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March 18, 1967
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weekly
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Harlem Awaits Powell's Retilrn#:. Fear Poverty May Breed More Violence



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I FOLKS SUES NEGRO EDITOR FOR $10,000



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n tl 5 4 agents have been called ''la to
Y AP Investigate the possibility of .
.
,, TEACHER ARRESTEDAS arson In fires which deltrOJf
ed a Negro church and an antipoverty -
..YAA headquarters also a
bombing which heavily damaged -
the office of the local
Bead Start Project.
AUTO VANDAL If Authorities said the blast was
i! caused by an explosive device
.1" hurled through front window.
U exploded about 4 a.m. EST
*. ,****** Monday. Jimmy Sharp a local I

Tucker Gets 3 Hero8 Is appliance dealer who owned the
Jax SegregationistSeeks : small building, said the front
was blown out. A number of
Trifl: Deity For Meyer windows were shattered
The office served three

$$$ Damage, GARY, Ind. -(NPI)-Three southwest Mississippi counties
Jacksonville school
A
Negro candidates were running and had been la the buiUlnc
teacher wu arrested last Saturday for In three Northern less than three months.
mayor
night and charged with Warren Folks, Jacksonville's arch segregationist who has cities At almost the same time, the

disorderly conduct and gained some reputation for a series of performances: which In Gary Atty. Richard G.. Macedonia Baptist Church 300
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mischief" MIi ".1'- -
malicious rowing include picketing City Hall, Toe NAACP Offices, getting arrested Hatcher appeared likely to Preeldemt'lotnec4presented miles away In Fort Deposit,
out .alleged care tire puncturing on various charges and suing the City of Jacksonville become the first Negro in history { a'ceremony on .Hit South Law at the White Ho se. Ala., went up In flames..Lessman
and auto vandalism the Congressional Medal of Honor to Army Spec. 6 Uwrence Joel of w Datoo-
,
24 hours earlier former
for $2,000,000 has filed suit against !the Eric 0. Simpsonand elected by popular Tote a -
which; had. been plaguing residents Salem, N.C. Joel Is the first medical corpsmen to receive the decoration In the Vietnam Church in
Episcopal Haynesville -
the FLORIDA STAR for damages! In excess of 10000. to a mayoralty post in a major
for nearly three weeks. War. He distinguished himself when he treated a number of wounded soldiers after be. about 20 miles from
Folks claims that his reputation extreme loss of business." U.s. City.Hatcher.
Arrested was Robert R. Robinson an himself was shot. (TELEPHOTO) Fort Deposit, also burned to
social studies Instructor was Injured by an article Attorney Walter C. Shea whoa who baa officially
a the ground It was the office.
which in the Dec. 31 and the filed as a candidate for mayor,
appeared representing Simpson
Robinson's a pew Stanton arrest High came School aftera 1968 issue under the headline, FLORIDA STAR has filed 'a has wide support\ among the Powell On To '""'* s... of ety the organization controversial called antl-pov-the
city's predominantly NecrpopulaUon. Way
West 10th Street resident "JAX RACIST FKESSHOTGUN motion for dismissal of the Lowndes County Christian

reported to police that she sawa AT NEGRO". suit r He was backed, at a" rally lreHI. Hew Movement for Human Rights,
Toe news article stated Input
,
.
man on bicycle wearing'aplaid Negro Gives by Julian Bon, who woo him Inc.
"Action of Racist, in
her home ,
shirt Election
leaving seat in the Georgia legislature -Martyrdom Xelther of the incidents
after her four auto 'aiding police aUra com
discovering Vielilt Ads caused injuries.The .
after being repeatedly ,
tires punctured. munity. Medal" Of H0or denied It. -- --- -- --- Justice Department in
,Shortly after the woman's report "The action of Folks, known In Chester Pa. Stanley E. NEW Yoax.NPIAdam: Powell was attaining his mar- Washington declined to com
was made police were 'si constant agitator who has Brancbe chairman, Compsittetoe' ,.Clayton .Powell was t man on tyrdom by, simply, sitting it WASHINGTON Wltnesseitestlfed s I sent but the '81 'aaI4'ft .was .._
called; to l Whom of 'school: deliberately triad to stif-m For GiliAtry Freedom, Now "* bis rr /, 'gp 'this week-both"out ii r Monday thai has,. Investigating to determinewhether \ .
principal W. DeVavgh Sweet conflict with Negroes is regarded was taming to martyrdom and back to Powell does not have to be tratlon among ll'ertfJoath li 1,, federal Jaw had been
14(9 West .6th Street, bored by many u a trigger- In ceremonies at the White .Capital Hill, as ,James Mere. eaten alive by lions or facety'J several sections ,of the country violated .,
air Escaping aDd'discovered happy:deed which could have House, Spc/8 Lawrence Joel tab decided not to run against himself' might lead to more summa: Rev. WJJ. James of Moot-'
that the tires on one car been/ fatal to the policeman, of Winston-Salem, N.C., a 39 him in a special 'election called violence the revelation cam ,
had been punctured., the suspect, ot, other citizens: year old father of two becamethe to fill the seat dented I the and, wait for others to fall in during bearings lnalourmoot1lleoatelnvelUptioo I Church bedsaid members and
In the meantime Sgt L.C. It is felt that pity officials 'line. of the antipoverty ',
first medic and second t ousted Congressman i he had been pastor for 12 years.
llllisms spotted I man answering shoed take appropriate action Negro to receive the nation's J t tr Thus, Powell was assured of Preaching to Ms Bimlni program.The He said it was not directly
the description bendingover to curb Folks keeping a gun highest military decoration l,the ::, v.r overwhelming victory In his "flock" on the salvation of initial hearing was: Involved infedmlnlsterlngsfetl-
a car on West 7th Street on Ida premises since be has Congressional Medal of Honor home district With no chal- those who fall, he declared: sparked with an angry exchange poverty funds or in the civil
As the patrol car approaced, proven himself impetuous and for "consplclous gallantry and yINrNt1GH lenger in the election coming "If you fall, God is going to of words when Republican senators rights movement
the man is reported to have reckless In his use of the weapon. intrepidity in action at the risk up April 11, the Manhattan pick you up If you fall on Ms persisted questioning the The Haynevllle anti-poverty
pedaled away north on Whitner It is recalled that Folks of his life above and beyond the Democrat could become Har side," In an apparent reference increase .... who unit had been a center of controversy I
Street. Sgt Williams has also stalked Into city hall call of duty," in Viet Nam. lem's almost unanimous choice to himself.. urged an in funds for for nearly a year
broadcast a message and with hie gun and on occasion It was almost a year after for the seat denied to him. "When a man falls, be shall the Office of Economic Opport- Former Cov. George Wallace
Officers Agustus Jones and has actually menaced the Mayor the Medal of Honor had been Powell's expected) election trl- rise again," he asserted unity. charged that it was administered
Maims from the Sweet hometo d the City." awarded posthumously to Milton mph was likely to elevate his, "He is risen," Powell emphasized The bearing are being conducted by Robert Strickland,
skit and WIDer where they Lee Olive Q, a young Chicago martyr status all the more -but'it was not quite by the Senate -subcommittee a pardoned convict.
arrested Robinson. Folk's charges that above- Negro Specialist Joel listened among his followers.-and further clear to whom be was refer- on employment Federal officials denied naming
Police said when Robinson was alleged publication "was published to the 21 gun salute, inspected 1b FROST confound Ms enemies In ring. manpower and poverty, headed Strickland director but
aprebended he had in his possession falsely and maliciously, the troops and replied softly, for mayor In the May.primary New York and Congress who "Christ was a revolutionary.He by Sam Joseph S. ClarkD. withheld $241, (04 la funds
an Ice pick, a large with a wanton and reckless "thank you, Mr. President" on a Democratic ticket hare sought to put him down. split history in half Christ ( ., Pa.) After a month of temporarily
knife and was wearing gloves. disregard U to the effect and u the light blue ribbon with But his chances of winning Meredith did dot' say wny was a noncomformlst I want testimony in Washington, the
When asked where he was going result of such a publication the gold finished cross was appeared slim, u registered be decided not to be Powell's you to be the same. He broke subcommittee will go to VfitRM. Vittte
police said he replied, "Pm relative to the PlaInUft'.IeelIDp placed around his neck by Mr. Republican outnumbered Republican contender. The from the mores of the day 10 states for a personal investigation -
going to see about that car I am and reputation. Johnson. Specialist Joel's decoration Democrats in the area by about. civil rights loner, who integrated I hope you will do the same," of the CEO's SLO billion -
paying for and can't ride In" That u a direct and proximate was recommended by three to 008.Braocht the University of Mississippi he sermonized. budget To Be tirlodIt
at his wife's house on Mississippi result of the defendant's those members of his companyof : who directs the has often been unpre- His followers are keeping the Mrs. Frankie Pace, a representative -
> Street Robinson said ,defamatory publication Plain- the 1st Battalion (Airborne), Greater Chester Movement's dictable. faith, both in BImini and In New of the anti-poverty JeckseiriNs
he knew nothing about the tire ,tlff suffered and sustained InJury 503 Infantry, who, because of Opportunity Center, has been But it was apparent that York. Beck In his church,Abyssinian program in the Hill district
puncturing.In to his reputation and Joel's "Indomitable courage, arrested and fined several Powell's almost unanimous, Baptist Church, they of Pittsburgh, sounded the
Municipal Court on Tuesday standing in the community in determination and professional' times for .leading mass demonstrations backing and the emotion-lad became so Infused with Ms warning of further, violence Funeral services for SPIt
Robinson stated he which he lives, and further skill" survived a 24 hour battle in the city. en issue Involved in his ouster' nonconformist religion that in the big city ghettos. Freddie Marshall, Jr., will beheld
remembered nothing about the that Plaintiffs regular CIII- with superior Viet Cong In Youngstown, Ohio, Hugh A. from Congress gave Meredith some of them booed when called "You go home to a comfort- on MapotltlasnBa 18,
Incidents. His attorney appeared 'tomers stopped coming by foreces on November I, 1965. Frost, member of the Boardof 'no chance in the election All upon toslng"TheStar-Spangled able home ..v.ry.Dlpt," she at Shiloh t1at
late and asked for a his barber shop for a haircut, The first VC attack killed Education was to oppose a Meredith could have expectedto Banner" told the paneL "You don't Church. Marshall the son ofMMumptiiniH
continuance until March 27- u the Plaintiff is a licensed or wounded nearly every man former policeman for the Re- do vas to fall fiat on his Some 4,500 persons jammedinto know what people in the Hill
which Municipal Judge John barber under tbII laws of In the lead squad of the company publican nomlntlon for mayor. fact. the church to take part in district need I do. I work
f Santera granted Florida, and Plaintiff suffered and Joel was wounded by Frost who will run In the Increasingly becoming a symbol a rally protesting their there 365 days a year. ; r
machine gun fire white aiding May primary, was believed to of resistance to his aggrieved minister's ouster from Con }
ROCKEFELLER MOTHERS FUND the injured. He attended to the be the first Negro ever to run followers, the deposed "Even though we're poor I
Floyd ''
J wound in his leg deadened the for mayor of Youngstown Congressman moved up a step B. McKlsslck, national we're proud. We've got to get
GRANTS $100,000 To NAACP pain with morphine, and continued higher on his way to racial director, Congress of Racial ,rid of the stigma that welfare
to search for wounded Billy Daniels Son martyrdom with each new development Equality, called Powell's exclusion gives. We've got motivate,
and help them. He was struck in Us celebratedcase. from Congress "the people. Don't be so technical;
NEW TORKw -The Rockefeller Brothers Fund has granted a second time but dragged himself emasculation of every black don't be so touchy over losing I
the National Association for the Advancement of ColoredPeople over the battle field and Released, On Bond The more be continued to be man who bad guts;' a few dollars. This is a new Si
$100,000 over a two-year period to strengthen the executive treated 13 more men before lambasted In the white press, With Powell on BlmlnlSNCC's program.. :
staff working on programs financed by the organization's his medical supplies ran out Oa Assaalt Charge the more his supporters ral-' Stokeley Carmichael announcedthat .w
tax-exempt Special Contribution Fund,it was announced Monday Later a platoon in pursuit of loud behind him and developeda Ms organization will be "These problems seem like
March: 6, by Roy Wilkins, elective director of the NAACP. the VC was ambushed and mare In Los Angeles Bruce Dan new unity of purpose they bad solidly behind Powell in his nothing to you, but they're .
Of the total grant $60,000 Is external assistance can never soldiers wounded. With a fresh Isle 21 year old,son of singer never known before. return trip to the voters of his mountains to people. We've got
for are this year,the remainder substitute for the continued and stock of medical supplies, Joel Billy bauble and Rite lapin, Powell was attaining his district for reelection to the to have more money"
is allocated to 1961 extensive membership support again attended to the wounded 42, sister of actress, Ida Luplno, martyrdom in his own special House seatCarmichael
The' special Contribution Fund which has always sustained the and shouted words of encouragement were arrested, booked on way-by taking it easy in Bimlni said, "We're going In a speech shortly before
was established two years ago NAACP. .We are proud of our charges of felonious assault -and calling shots designed to tell black people that they the bearings opened Clark miiMHMi n* fmHt fmttvmFREDDU
by the NAACP and embraces unique position in the civil Joel was evacuated after 24 and released on bond after an to get him back into Congressand should not be caught Charlie's charged that the war on poverty MARSHALL
such activltes of the Association rights field u an organization hours under fire and spent about altercation in which actor enhance his charisma all trick bag of playing one blackman was being hampered by
u programs for education whose members traditionally three months recuperating Peter Hornsby plunged from the more. against another )Powell "bargain basement funding" by Mrs Lillte Mae Marshall ot
housing youth provide more thai 75 per cent from his wounds. The citation the second floor of a West The Bimlni vacationer moved versus Meredith)." Congress. He said millions of 724 Court D, Blodgett Homes
work, employment, sjobla and of our tunas Last year membership with his award stated, "His Hollywood apartment. on two fronts to get himself Bumper sticker read, "Don't the nation's urban poor consider was tilled la combat by small
leadership training and voter dues and chapter and meticulous attention to duty Hornsby Is said to be' la avery back in Congress-or make the Bump Adam-We Need Him." the anti-poverty program arms fire on March Q, in operations -
and public education. This branch contributions amounted saved a large number of lives critical condition at nation sorry if it doesn't let Continue on Page 10 an empty promise. In the YMNam Theatre.f.war
establishment of the Special to almost $1 1/4 million. At and his unselfish daring example him back 1m. o He was a member or C. (
Co traottmFaadpermtttedtheNAACP the same time, our membership under( the most adverse County from General a vkul Hospital fracture suffering -His attorneys filed suit in ** ** ******* ******* Company, 1st Calvary, Air Mom

for the first time to increased to ,<<1,000 In- condition was an inspiration and brain contusion. federal court to have din seat Student Dies Of Knifing bile Unit .
receive grants from foundations dividuals. The increasing to all." Officers said restored. For the first time 10'U.s. ,SPCV' Marshall attended Nv
and corporations for many of Its participation of American Present at the cermony were out when Hornsby that afightbroke arrived at history, Cooer.'"'authorIty **** ********* :************.*<*. 'Stanton.High School from 1963M -
programs. Since men more than foundations and corporations Is Joel's wife, Dorothy, his son the swank apartment be re- to run its own affairs faces ghastly; tradgedy occurredat went e to press it was learnedthat and was a letterman oaths I
BO foundations and over 500 a recognition of our vast outreach Tremaine, 17, his daughter, Lady shared with Miss Luplno questioning by the judiciary and Stanton High School Thursday the killing occurred: after Stanton High School varsity
corporations have contributed and mass base within Deborah, 14 and other relatives and found her and Daniels the traditional wall between the afternoon u the FLORIDA another student (whose name football team.
to the Fond. the Negro community. ,and friends. His son,Tremaine,. a salesman, drinking and eating' branches: of government STAR went to pr.... Is being withheld because ot In addition to Ms mother, keis
The grant announced by Mr. "W1th aMWooa1 tlanfhrrytf. wants to an Army man too steak. : threatens to be breached. It was reported that s student age) allegedly made a dirty survived by a sister EDeaM.
VUtins is the first from the support plus the.efforts dour and used the opportunity toteD Hornsby was quoted assaying, Powell officially files in the identified as Alexander Hudson reference to Hudson's dead Marshall of Jacksonville.
Rockefeller Brothers Fund own membership, thereIs his congressman that be "No on is drinking whiskeyand special election for April 11, died u the result of stab wounds mother. An argument followed jbe remains may be viewed
"The trustees of the Rockefeller every reason to believe that would Ilk to attend West Point eating steak," Afightbreke my to fill his seat As usual he- inflicted by another male student that resulted in the knifing on Saturday, March IS from 1
Brothers Fund and other this outreach win continue to The' 17 year army veteran said out and the actor fell or was Isn't even bothered about cam- Hudson was rushed to Duval 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 pja. Military -
fcondatioa have stressed." Mr.Wllklns expand significantly m the years that he li willing to return to pushed over a railing 13 feet paigning. Although the investigation was Medical Center but died shortly. rites will be conducted
observed "that seek ..ahead," be concluded Viet Nam If needed. to courtyard below. Unlike martyrs of t the past not completed u the "STAR" after arrival. at the graveside. J


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THE FLORIDA STAR CLtida rss7tAwwrAbw U. S. Lags In Mathematics StudyIt
Q' WRLZMMOWILL$HlJFfLl,WELL e

NEWS .J Qr' =r., ,:=tttUHUSS l e Is not surprising that students In .

SOIfEJHI 71CkLE5HEJ the United States "fared poorly In an

Published by till Florida Star Publishing Comp.MEMBER \ 1 International study of how well students

in" 12 'countries learn mathematics. A

group of educators found this to be true.

This mathematical study conducted by the

NEGRO PRERNfloNAL 0Va' International Project for the Evaluationof

Educational Achievement, indicatedthat

'HfNAso the United States is among the least

,ERIC 0 effective of 12 countries tested in
SIKPSON
ViuiiBf HHtWOOTEH \ developing mathematical talent.

ILLJA ......Circilatioi Unapt o The staff of the mathematical study cited,
the high comprehensive education systemin

the United States and lack of

2323 Hiicriif lid Ploai Elfii 4-6712 opportunity to learn some phases of mathe

i 1W matics as reasons for the poor showing of
Mailiai Address _
students.
American
*1%
R4frA t According to the findings in this study
P.O. 599 Jacksmilli Flirida 32201 {
Bu
PROr&i'tZr Japan appeared to have the best overall
''StA lulJ Y"'* v system of mathematics instruction in
MIAMI
0 public schools.We .
m All ioSOI
may seem somewhat old-fashioi HI 7th An. Phis 751-3879
Y we risk the criticism. We are' aware that
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'A SMALL AMOUNTOF CONVICTION.A .5, the study was designed to locate talent
LAR<3 AMOUNT OF FEAR W
One Tear $6.00 Half Year, $4.00 A TOUCHOFPUKJTAHOMANDA f '' Cf .M 0. for mathematics and presume that the

, JUlled Co,Ton Anywhere in the United states urns RACISM* 11w study did not concern itself specifically

I subscription payable In advance 4 with the rank and file in our public

fiend Check o.r Money Order totS : schools. But the basic findings may be

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 applied to all .pupils this country in "

Jacksonville 1.Florida a more or less general way.

Students as a group tend to take the
.a u..a' tIT'S

Things Are Looking Up For Powell V ,, ..' attitude they do that english mathemasics. chemistry is and hard foreign justas

languages. And yet in each of these

Despite all the setbacks, things are THE''IALL'..THEY'ARE AFTERIr.r.rrrrrrrr..rrrrryrrrr.r..rr.rrr..r.! areas, success is dependent upon

apparently looking up for Adam Clayton old-fashion 'memorizat on and repeti-

Powell The more the ousted Congressmanjust tion" of the fundamentals and their

relaxes in Bimini, the more the 1V operations-- craze for modern mathe-

favorable news keeps coming in. 1 ,matics nothwithstanding.

Powell has begun a legal fight to regain YOUR Weekly The findings of this mathematical study

his House seat. The battle would, go as 1I concerns us gravely not because other

far as the U. S. Supreme court, if neces- countries were reported ahead of us in

sary, he said. 1 mathematical instruction. There is the

The Bimini vacationer.however is Guide tendency in this country to keep ahead of
leaving it up to his 'lawyers to do his Horoscope Russia at all costs. We are concerned
** *.
court battling for him. And he was 1 1 because a knowledge o f eighth-grade
leaving it up to "all Americansblackand ** mathematics algebra, geometry are vital

white, Jew and Gentile, friend and *'** By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 for each citizen who would function well
foe' --to provide the moral support neededin ** 1I in society.One .

the battle. 1 must add his grocery list, keep trackof

There isn't much for Powell himself to f' WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR his installment payments or be cheatedof
do but wait--and let others turn him intoa ,", times make a rough geographical draft

martyr--as he calls the shots in between 1 /R j1 of the floor plans of his proposed home

domino games. 1 1 BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL keep check on his bank balance, 'and1'keep

While waiting, he received the good news I I! a balance between his expenses and incomeif
that he was loved more than ever back home he would his
operate bUdget'in
and that much of the .__ .-. -.. _...._--- --, .-.. ----- -- _.:.:_. .- __ I family
New York court judge .. !t'"----- ------- ---- -.rndrr. w..rnrr.fCAPRICORN it t the black.

ment against him had been lopped off. While electronic equipment has taken'
The, New York State Court of Appeals ruledhe ARIES CANCER LIBRA
'" .. .. much of the drudgery out of mathematical'
V .. ,
'did not have ,to pay a $100, 000.,penalty ; '2 lotH I 4t. tI -. "y computations{in ,our everyday affairs: too;J

imposed by a lower court in the BORN MARCH JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. many people have come to rely upon it

defamation-of-character suit brought by entirely. We have clerks in
seen a store
21th APRIL 19tfca
Mrs. Esther James a Harlem widow. 22Bd-JULY 22It 23OCT. 23rd 22ndJAN. 19th use an adding machine to' compute the cost

The good news came only a day after Con- ukei wlsdom.Naturally,
of items
take composure.Whole there Have It out When two people amounting to less than one
to
most wishes
voted to exclude everyone pleas.the
him from his seat
gress
with whom one may be a noticeable Increase differ It generally sma- dollar. No wonder the scientists have
in the 90 Congress. shuts person life and aspirations. in ambition, there are possibilities rter to bring things out until one last Figure It left out. Perhaps somewhat the written that man is using only one tenth
that some Cancerlans may or the other gives in. Work, period you
WhIle-liberal.tendencies of his brain
Among those voting against exclusion were may shaken, but this is no sign power.
already have discovered that it sense of duty ordeep-roote eI
work for a while bjr tanning the that down. You Our students have too long docked for the
Democratic Reps. John Conyers, Charles flames of love eventually can be a two-eclpcllWorcL It inhibitions may be building up a you are are
they -
Diggs, both from Michigan Rep. Augustus put them,out when may no lln- has to be held in check when it wall between you and a key associate enjoy fast on the hitting royal road to learning, and they look with
threatens to create dangerous without whom you could the reputation of disfavor upon disciplining their minds to
Hawkins California, and Rep. John N. C. nations are placed on spending
back all tile harder after
Nix Pennsylvania.Rep. This could be the sort d apro- rivalries, friction in domesticand be lost. Try to dispose of the having master the truths found in their
taken a fall. Leave out emotionalism -
blem that is keeping Allans a- public relations or an exaggerated probelm if there Is one,by getting when with textbooks. Mathematics is not difficultif
dealing
feelong of self-import both parties to place themselves -
did not voteon wake nights. A showdown maybe mate, friends and all others taught effectively to students who are
Ill.
Dawson
William ( ) precipitated. The full Impact ance. De careful personal reactions In eachothers shoes to
the Powell ouster. of what you have done, or failed that could Increase friction discover the reasons underlyidg4hatadlvldual.standa dear to your heart. Those of willing to p a y the price in study to
who have mattersso
Powell could reflect on the moral support to do, could lead to the adoption between friends or loving .1 adoptW you as to settle arranged down in com- master this subject.
Those who have children otb could arrive at the
pairs. : con
d much sounder policies. Dear
him by his constitutents
given
being ones who know that really to care for could told It more clusion that it is to be preferred plete security in the company
Negro leaders and others. you difficult than ever to Impose to work band in hand rather than of those allied to you should
and truly love them will not resent THE URBAN LEAGUE
Harlem was said to be solidly behind him. till disciplinary measures discipline where it already is to reach a parting of the ways. consider the Job well done. STORYBy

The community "is shocked and ,angry at you adopt for their own good. sadly larking This would prove that the age of IIOnlWAQUARIUS CLANZELL BROWN

action taken on Congressman Powell said 6 60 58 17624 3.30.66.13.113 reason and maturity has caught

former Manhattan Borough President Hulan LEO up.
6.40.99.15.743 Project ENABLE has been in operation for more than
Jack. TAURUS eleven months and has been one of the most fruit bearing
Floyd McKissick 'national CORE director, BORN JULY23r'.AUG. SCORPIO BORN JAN. protects in the country. r
called'the action "a slap in the face of BORN APRIL It was the consenus of executive from M('
every black man in the country." 22id BORN OCT. 20t1.-FEB. lit cities In tile Southeast that project ENABLEhas
National Urban League Executive Director 20th-MAT 20th served as a catlyst In needed social:F
What to IPs now or never. It occasionally change.
be done? The real I
Whitney Young Jr. said the Powell ousterwas Tbe reckoning is due. If you isation thatthe going Is llth-HOY. 22nd takes a showdown to ENABLE is not cue of the projects that.
"shocking" in that it "denies the Dave the slightest inkling u to tougher and tougher Is meow clear the air and to progress stole headlines but It is one that has addressed
IPs the to
basic right of his constituents to repre- where attitudes or behavior are looming larger Intbe minds of have way ever called growth a Scorpio: Veryfew much further in the way of It self to till problem that concern the pooramong I

sentation of their own choosing." leading one, one had better take many of you. ,This should encourage person lazy In thereat sense of far-reaching understandings. us., u
the whole matter under advisement you to plan more carefully But before you precipitate one, u was tne lilt executives: that no real 1
-Philip Randolph, AFL-CIO vice- the word. 11 would therefore better mate certain that the treenagstrof
without further delay. 11 and discreetly andtocease : change can life. Project
pre sid e n i. called Congress' may prevent partners who depending on chance to cover up of come as a surprisshould any other party is in the mood for ENABLE has helped thousands of families toy receive gron>
refuse to tile
action "a mockery of democracy without should be working hand In hand your mistakes or weaknesses you that accept to responsibilities be talking and ready to give and therapy that has helped them to ace their problems realistically ,
.'1 precedent." from saying till words or making A showdown that may affect are apt take along with you. It alwaysIs and decide candidly whether the lack d Employment '
the decisions that will sever your home andprof.sa1ona1l1tecoulel thrust upon you during this wise to prepare facts and Rousing Education, Family Stability or a combination of
the American Civil Liberties month. The of
Meanwhile all situations may per all ties be rather severe, but it possibility taking .arguments In advance and to the above Is a block in their path to a more meaningful
Union said it would aid any court test between them. Tbe revelationthat may also clear the air for more exception at what your life or keep personal feelings completely eslstence. Above all ENABLE taught Its participants how
that Powell might bring to challenge the perhaps! you were at fault practical thinking. Many are public should partner Is envisaging out of the picture. Tbefailure and where to attack the Inequities In the vicious status quo-
not be allowed to break
House decision to exclude him. 'ACLU in such situations, may very seeing the trends for what they out into violent conflllct tbe to do so could have system.
called the House action a "mockery of well overtake one. really are and not with the eyes ,conflict, the consequences, o f quite an. upsetting effect on Project ENABLE proved to be till enabler for many Urban
.resembles Many of you will soon discover .of a dreamer of idealist. This which are never favorable for everybody concerned on the Leagues and family service association affllates because It
which
due more an
process, could induce it is to b e list. Is the first true out reach
that past mistakes or omissionsare yon any of the participants.Besides 5-50-55-11-6.78 program either of the two have
emotion bloodletting than an under apt laconic spin some mysterious hoped, to alter view along the yon could be in the even ever engaged Intact the project has served u an educational
wrong
standing of the vital constitutional. fashion.It could change line that will add to material' ,if you donot choose to admit It. PISCES catlyst for the agencies to begin to deal with one fifth of this
Issues at stake." the future.5.10U16785. comforts. '2-60-66.19.9S6 countries population (the poor).
The American Jewish Congress called the 1-'l0 77il-117 ENABLE has been a success throughout the country. Let's
BORN FEB. hope it continues to be the enabler for social change.
ouster "an unconstitutional VIRGO SAGITTARUSBORN
Powell arrogation -
These are problems that were identified by participants: of
of power and an infringement of the GEMINI, Project ENABLE:
rights of every voter." BORN AUG. 10Y.23r..DEC. 19th-MAR. 2011 Children grabbing for peanut butter sandwiches as if they

And to top ,it off as an anticlimax BORN MAY ITS tightening up. There has were T-booe steaks.
James H. Meredith who announced he would 23rd-SEPL 22.1 21st been much talk about economics A woman fainting from an undiagnosed illness, at which: a
local well-fed physician at Duval Medical Center merely smiles.
21stJUNE 21st on the state and
change from the Democratic Party and run
Men afraid to vote "yes" in a union election because
Isriser
Regret In vain Jt always Now you know. There should national levels. Although the they
as the Republican. candidate in oppositionto Now you know. Thai who ba". not to do something In the be little doubt remaining in your experts have disagreed on think the boss yets a peek at their ballots.
Powell had a change of heart. taken the alluring bait duringthe first place than to spend untold heart or mind regardlngthsfu-- many previous oceu1Oll8.there Each one of these episodes has happened recent weeks in
Meredith, who was the first Negro to previous quarter are likely hours in futile regrets. But you tune COIU'Iflou should follow. may at present be a consensus Duval County, and the were reported br" poor people enrolled -
may say-how can one know what of that the in a war-on-poverty program called Project ENABLE.
"fining pendulum
Since considerable
will
enter the to feel till barb in the course of : it take
University of Mississippi and this one. Be sure that it will be Is the right and proper thing to long-rang planning and extensive is now swinging the other way.
later was shot down leading a march bowed sharp, and the process of unhooking do at till time that it is being preparations to launch Intended People may be becoming more
out of the race against Powell without yourself can be a pain done? Many of yon nave Intuition projects 'give yourself conservative in their spending
e x pia n a t ion His reason is .ful u well U an expensive experience. and this 1s the first adviser all the time that may be necessary practices and this Inevitably
understandable. An avalanche of criticism Friends who are older that should be consulted. to reduce the'margin of leads to a slowing down of
and wiser can offer considerable If that fails, there are competent error to the bare minimum Keep the inflationary processes of I
made him rea 1 i z e he would be advice&Del comfort and they professionals who, for a your emotions well in check the past years. ADd what attIclI'
dead' duck. and a scorned dead duck as should be thanked rather this fee, are willing to look at your when you realize they may begetting the world at large will affect
long as he lived snubbed for their solicitous problems objectively and to furnish out of control U you individuals in particular. A
what they deem to be the this clash of views on this subject ...6E IRAOY NITR
So now, would the real republican candi- ,care. fall inlove on day, you may
date please stand correct answers. Just as quickly fall out of it on : may prove that trouble U.S. SAVIN S BONDS
up. Is
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EDUCATION] ROUNDUP Gifted, Yoeng, lax Soprano Macro Lodge IBPOE Betrothal Announced Beauticians In. Household Date


BY NEGRO PRESS: INTERNATIONALBAD Makes Staging Debut In Dayton a I Oratorical Contest '{,,1fi'If' .... .,,, 23rd Annaul Meet To 'B, CollectedQuestions

Slated For
Friday .:::.' .,' TUSCALOOSA, Alfc- DEAL -, tM The annual oratorical contest, The' Alabama Association of new national Information about

SAN FlUN co-NPI-8ecro children in the Inner !city sponsored by Macao Lodge 8, Modern Beauticians held its households and families will be
have access only "to a third or fourth rate education com Improved Benevolent Protective 23rd Annual Convention March asked in this area as part of
pared with the privileged suburban child." That was the Order of Elks of the 12-14 m StlUman College the Census Bum's monthly Cur.

view of Prof. Philip M. Hauoer University of Chicago World, will be held Friday at Center. rent Population! Survey the week
sociologist who found white children in the central cities 7:30 p.m., in the Elks Auditorium The chosen 25 committee de- of March 19, Director ThomasW.
not much better oft They have "access only to second .I.IA .Ib 712 W. Dural St. clod to build a state cottage McWhlrter of the Bureaus

or third rate education," be added. Public schools, he chargedare according to George H. for beauticians In Birmingham regional office Atlanta an-

falling to prepare a whole generation of urban and minority Williams, director of Ala. DOUCed today.
group children for life in a complex world. tion. Mrs. Gladys Porter authorof The special March Inquiry will
The participant will Educa-I "The Three Negro PioneersIn ask about the number of children

ARGUMENT student each from Beauty Culture," was a ban- in a family,the quarter of the year

JACKSONVILLE.Fla.-(NPI)-The 12 judges of the Fifth Anderson Eugene J. quet speaker. of individual births whether me
UJ5. Circuit Court of Appeals in a unusual move, convened I' I Matthew W. Gilbert, Mew Stan- Mrs. Flora McGhee and Mrs .household remained in the same
for reargument of nine crucial school integration cues. The L' ton, William II. Raines and Mrs Nadine M. Fossett an- Charlie Mae Glenn of Birmingham house or county during the previous -

underlying issue In each of the cases is the pace and extent Stanton Vocational High nouces the bethotbal of her and Bessemer partcipated ,year and family income.
of school Integration across the South and compliance with Schools. daughter Gwendolyn Irene In a hairstyles andfahlons show. Answers to these questions win

federal guidelines. The cases Involve school boards In the The contest subjects will pertain ,,Moment to James IIlddlebrook.Jr Stanton Vocational supplement the regular Decennial :
Louslana parishes of Caddo, Bossier and East Baton Rouge to the Constitution of the ., son of Mr. and Mrs.James Census of Population, which
and the Jefferson county Fairfield, and Bessemer Boards United State with emphasis on Mlddlebrooks of 1203 E. Weare Band Parents Club Is updated each year through
of Education in Alabama. ttT the 14th and 15th Amendments.For Street, Jacksonville.Mt. surveys of a sample of the

the past 28 years, the Ararat Baptist Church will Meets f Monday Night; ,population.

'ONLY IN...' Elks have given over $Z million be the setting for the marriageat The Band Parents Club of Stanton The Identity of those question Is'
AMERICUS GA. -
decided to try integration In reverse. David Wlttkamter than 800 students. Currently Miss Moment Is a graduate meet Monday at 8 in the the facts: obtained are used only
16, and Len Jordan, 13 of Xolnonia Farm integrated previously (there are 46 youths scholar of New Stanton Senior High school library with p.m., Mrs. for statistical purposes. These

all-Negro Sumter High. They were warmly receivedand a'Seprano ship. School and of the Bethune-Cook- Florae president in questions will be asked of all
Denton
fully accepted. David is on the football team, and Len George W. Lee of Memphis/ man College. households in the survey through

" is in tile band. Local wags said it could happen "Only infAmericus. Tena., has led the organization Mr. Middlebrooks was graduated All parents have been asked to out the U.s., Director McWhlrter
I ." in a campaign during the put from Matthew W. Gibert said.
attend the meeting and make final -
year to raise $1,000,000 for and the South Carolina State Census Bureau Interviewerswho
reports for the band project.
OPEN Padrlca Mendes, a 1957 graduate of Bethune-Cookman this purpose. The drive will College. Both are presently Other activities for the school will visit households here
. .01., PLAQUEMINES PARISH La.-NPI-Th.lcl1oolawer.sta- College will make her American Debut at B-CC In Moore end in August at Los Angeles, employed by the Lee County will be discussed and Band during the March: survey are: ,
log open In this domain of segregationist Leander H. Peril Gymnasium at 8:15 p.m., Tuesday evening March 2L Calif., site of the Grand Lodge. Public School System. Director year Charles T., Maxwell Mrs. Roslna M. Sullivan, 6805 f
,thanks to a black-white coalition which refuses to be The winner of this contest will Friends are cordially invitedto Caballero Ct.. Jacksonville;
Miss Mendes who was an Arten" by Mozart. will give remarks.
intimidated. Ever since a federal Judge ordered the parish' represent Jacksonville in a dis- attend. Mrs. Louise R. Raymond. 1904
.
outstanding member of the The versatile concert ,
singer --- ------- -- -- Euclid
schools integrated, they have been ringed by white pickets Con- trict contest to be held in --- Street Jacksonville;Mrs.
Bethune-Cookman will
add
College to the
variety -
urging other whites not to enroll their children. Their signs program Fernandina this month, com Fay A Colmar 7213 Hernando
cert Chorale has studied voice three
by singing spirituals -
bore the single word "Don't. Most of the harassment was peting against winners from I Ii Road, Jacksonville Fla.
and In Italy for "He's Got the Whole
directed against white parents who sent their children to opera Rome : St. Falatka Gainesville J i
Augustine Weddingsc
the past,eight years.A World in His Hands", Arr. ; Ciladion LadiesThe
the integrated schools. Negro parents for a change were Jasper and Fernandina
native of Jacksonville Forrest; "City Called Heaven",
not bothered. Beach. The district winner will
Caladium Ladles Social '
Florida, she graduated from Arr. Johnson; and "Oh, WhatA
Stanton High School matriculating Beautiful City", Arr. represent the First District In Sand Saving Club will meet Saturday
SENT BACK
to Bethune-Cookman Boatner. The program will culminate the State Oratorical contest in Johnny Roberts, Jr.. 1551 E. March 16, at, t p.m.,
1431 W 18th SL 18.
PHILADELPHIA {NPI)-The issue of integration at Girard Ft Pierce in .
April for a -
pos in
College where she earned the with four songs by 2Sth St, 28 and Dian the home of Mrs. Leola
College has been sent back to U.s. District Court, after t-Bible $500 scholarship and an 1141 Callahan ,Bryant 1435 Royal Court Lane..
B.A. degree with a major in Claude Debussy: "Beau Solr"; St.( 23. Richard
federal appeals court ruled that the school in Eugene Lawrence
whites-only opportunity to appear In the The Is
president all
Music. She received her M.s. "Mandoline" "Romance" and asking
A Negro area did not have to admit Negroes. The district ; ; in 1424 Johnson St, 21 and Debris
degree In Music from Colum- "Calmes Dans Demi-Jour". Regional Atlanta where $1, Arthur GartelL 314 W. State members to be present and on
court was to consider "grave constitutional questions" posed bia University New York City. .. ,000 will be awarded. St, 19 and Irma Jean Smith, Blvm. 522 Spearing St, 21. time. '
by the case in the light of the 14th Amendment's guarantee .
During her study in Rome
of "equal protection of the laws."
Italy, she won acclaim on the
concert stages of Europe. The
Band ParentsAre opera singer Is the daughterof

Deputy A.M. Frailer Mr. and Mrs Pedlo Mender

CoSponsorsThe Jacksonville.
Dr. Richard V. Moore, President -
Orchestra Parents of Announces Service Bethune-Cookman said, fOj e
Douglas Anderson High School "I think It is most significant
will be co-sponsors of the that she chose BethuneCookman -.
For Pain Sunday
Musk Department's Spring College for her American .

Concert which will be held in lJteandc:: the members of 1f.1 4
the school gymnasium Thursday Recently Louis Johnson madea m have

April,6, at 8 p.m. special visit with the Grand other choice but to support It."
Tbe Orchestra Parents will Most Ancient Marions and all r The progrm will Include:"Aer

also send the Douglas Ander- deputies of the State of Florida, Tranqulllo dl Sereni" by .
son's Little Symphony at the Masonic Temple 410 Mozart; "0 FI"ldo Desiderio" OJSTCRftfflONS
Orchestra to the Florida Orchestra Board St He was assisted by by Bellini; "Yaga Luna Che (
Festival which will be Grand V.P. Patrons Qt E. D. Inargentl" by Bellini; "Per Ae

held In Daytona Beach Florida, Gibson .Deputy A.M,,Frasier, Pleta', Bell'Idol Mlo" by Bellini -
in AprilV ; host.was assisted/ .state deputy ; "Rosttose Uebe"by Schubert It J 1i101 'I' lu't
Other sponsors of the Music l Maybelle Taylor who 'in ; "Mondnacht" by s J OGI $ r.. ,t avast don ndd4'
Department's Concert are, the turn asked prayer to be Band Parents Club of Douglas Deputy H.Gibson.The Gravel mann; "Meine Liebe 1st Grun" ; \ 4

Anderson and the Chorus Parents was presented to the Most by Brahams; "Verborgenhelt" ,
Club. The program Ancient Marions and the Grand by Wolf;, and "Martern Aller I ,

promises to be one of the!, Most Patrons. .
frtghiighta of the school year. Grand E.D. Gibson who In avery Anderson Adult

It will feature music from all divine way presided over nerve ( e.
the r
have .
of the historical periods, The the meeting. School To ", ;?
Baroque the Classical, the The deputy contest ermlnated :
Romantic and the Modern.In with a grand success. Deputies young look of spring
a recent election-the following from all over the Stated Present Musical.

parents were selectedto Florida was In attendance.The .
serve as officers of the Most Ancient Matrons and ; ', r
Anderson Adult School will !
Orchestra Parent Club: President The Grand Patrons was far t w. T ,
present the students of Anderson -
Mrs. Beanie Kenchion; reaching as they brought to us '
High School in the 6th
Secretary Mrs. Ann Jackson; some of the new by-laws and V
annual "We Dood It" J1i
Treasurer Mrs. Elizabeth facts which will be presented program
March 31, at S p.mIn the
Bryant; Business Manager in the Grand Lodge. school auditorium.

Mrs. Tnelmaer Ray; Chaplain, The deputies reported progress According to Assistant Prin-
Mr. James Kenchion; Membership in varlou districts.
cipal T.W. the
Montgomery
Chairman, Mrs. Lillian Grand attorney Perkins Grand ,
dances and
Motley; Reporter Miss Sherry Royal Queen 1.. I. Campbelland skits songs are futures all new, and entire \ 1 r
Sanders Asst. Miss Grand International
Reporter
; pass r J
show is to be r
Rutrlcia James. Conference Most Ancient Ma- expected one ,' t Register BOW at any
tron Janis Campbell was pre of the most entertaining ever r ; Vogue for FREE 21"
presented by the cast. ;
Iris Garden CircleThe sented.At the. noon hour a delicons The first edition of the variety \ .. w? fir" COLOR TVV. fully
G
show was at the guaranteed by
dinner was served by the Golden presented y, ,I
school five years ago and featured ,; r'p'' a 'u .
Iris Garden Circle of Circle, Ruby Herdon Lady only the boys. This year McDuff.
Mrs. Ruby Morrisette Ruler. .
which '"
first
will mark the time the
is president will have an At I p.m., the meeting was .
girls will in male '
Oriental Tea March 19th from recalled from refreshment to roles. parncpace ':.. : tsj

at the Garden labor. After the business was .. .
4 to 6 p.m., The present edition of the show .

Club House 344 W. 17th St complete the meeting was "We Dood It, Offbeat," will ,... ." ;. \ '
Mills will be closed with an d the
Mrs:: Klttte L. prayer feature Dannie Campbell Her
for the occasion. parting missle.SEAFOOD, ; 7
the speaker bert Griffith Oscar Beauford '
is
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James way Eugene Lawton, 1" t '
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Nathan Williams Paul Sims, : '
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Charlie Brown, Ronald Wright t. : ; '" 1
Arthur Davis Ronnie Lawton
,
Wilbert Andrews Kenneth x .r Yd'r' 1 r l't

Griffith, Alfrederlck Reid,
Louis Donaldson, Loucious.McCrary

George Wanton, It's time to unfold a new 'y ,
you ;,
Sharon Johnson Faye L. toll j
man, Thelma Campbell, Wanda radiant in spring's loveliest "T
Baldwin Caroly Badger Deborah looks! The Vogue has the most s"

Bartley, Jerald Waters,' complete collection of spring ,".

a, ., lsrkaenn'1Jlt'e Lor at.andBesf. Knotos. herbert Gadson, Joan Kennedy dresses, suits and costumes to help ti'' "
Susie Brown JeanetteMcClain 4
make this the lovllest Easter ever. ''
Debra Jones, Bar '
bara Ellis, Joan Reynolds Come in today to your nearest 'Vogue ',' / fr;

THIS WEEK OFF SPECIALS OUR LOCAL IIACHIS Carolyn Washington, Charlene and make your Easter selection from w ,' a 81 4c; Y'.
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I P AGE J trii' .Ufn,;, SATURDAY MARCH 18, 19(7 ,


Dayspring Baptist Church Features Coffee Hour Ante Sinai Baptist''



CHURCH NEWSWALTERS !:,11'1I ,'tIJf Y Holds Installation


5 I r yr For Rev. Thompson


MEMORIAL Installation Service at Rev

Services Sunday in Walters Memorial AYE: Zion Church .,?v Vernal L. Thompson, Mew
of Mt.-Stoat
will begin with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m., with assistant pastor Baptist
Church 1551 Lee street
superintendent Eddie Brown, Jr., presiding. The lesson,"Love were
Beyond Measure,"will he reviewed Rev \ held in a one day session,
by H.C.
Archie pastor. ? March 15.,with ROT. J.C.Sams
Morning service begins: at 11 o'clock with the pastor In
charge The Rev. Mr. Archie has asked the congregation among the speaker
to accompany him to Varick Memorial AME: Zion church The District mass revival
following the morning service to render .."Set.A meeting union will be hell,
\I 19 at 2.30
2 p.m., the missionary society will meet with Mrs. Mary March pjn. with
Leavy presiding. The Christian Endeavor Hour will be held at Deacon O.B. Sharpe in charge
5 p.m., and the evening service at 6:30 p.m. Choir land Usher Usher Boards 1 and 3 will
Board I will render service with Mrs. Vera J. Rogers at the Y worship in the Ushers Union
instrument. at t:30 p.m. at St. Stephen
AME: Church.
The Male Chorus win observeits

NEW MT., OLIVE e. f IS annlvemy April 25., and
Holy Communion services will be held Sunday at 6:30 fjn., will render Its Annual Musical
In New Mt., Olive Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Brooks, Easter Sunday Night The
pastor of Zion Grove Baptist Church In charge. Jil Chorus will worship with the
Sunday School begins: at 9:30 a.m., with Superintendent R. 1 Choir Union March 26 at 2.30
Cambridge presiding. The lesson will be reviewed by Deacon p.m. at Royal,.Tabernacle Baptist .
A. B. Ashwood. Church.
Morning, service begins: at 11 o'clock.Covenant meeting will be Scout Troop>> 77 will meet
held with Rev. T. Asbury presiding. Choir 1 will render the Saturday at 10:00 a.m. with
music with Mrs W. M. Davis at the piano, and Usher Board I Leonard E. Wilcox, Scoutmaster
will serve. in charge. The Youth Choir
will meet for rehearsal at

2.55: p.m. The Junior Usher
MT., CARMEL, BAPTIST \: 'board will meet at 4.30: pjn.1))
Annual Men's Day will be observed Sunday In Mt., Carmel Baptist The Reverend, Mr. Thompsonwill
Church with Freddie Jacobs as chairman;DetconMcklnley conduct services though-
Washington, co-chairman.: Deacon Jonathan Smith is serving out the day, beginning with
general secretary. PARTICIPANTS portion of the Jaxons who were In utner ottlcers Include Mrs. Minnie Hawkins, vice Teachers meeting at 8.55 a.m.

The services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with attendance at the annual I Coffee Hour held at president ; Mrs. Lucile Martin recording secretary; Sunday School at 9.25 a.m.,
Deacon G. W. Scott as guest superintendent. Guest teacher Dayspring Baptist Church last Sunday afternoon are Mrs. Vivian Duhcan, financial secretary and Mrs. with Mrs. Willie D. Lucas,

are: Robert Bailey, James Smith,W.O.Sinclair, James Riley, seen at left listening to Mrs. Sarah Washingtonright Frances Edwards, treasurer, Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver Is Superintendent in charge. The
Sid review Deacon lesson topic will be reviewedby
Russell remarks
Deacon Charles ; Wllkerson; ,
A. Heard. of Mt. Okive AME Church who was the speaker for pastor. the pastor.

Deacon M., Washington will preside at 11a.m.Order service the occasion. The affair was sponsored by Usher Photos by Bob Smith The regular morning worship

Rev. C. C. Daniel, pastor; devotion Deacon Rufus Hill, Sim Board 2, of which Mrs. Ojetta Oliver Is president. will begin at 10.40 a.m. Senior
Cooper; selections, Male, Chorus; presentation of speaker,pas. --- Choir 1. Male Chorus and Usher
tor; speaker Rev. C. J. Crosby; offering, Earl West, Deacon board 1 will lead the procession -
Henry Thomas; words of appreciation, Deacon M, Washington Passion Week RitesAt MI. Moriih .Mai's Day Rev. Shelby Rooks Homed with Mrs Erma L.

closing remarks, pastor. Bryant, Cass W. Shootes, JrH
Deacon E. Cissantanner will have charge at 3 p.m. Present- Mt. Zion AME OhservMco Held Sunday and Mrs Catherine V. Sykes
ation of speaker the Rev. Mr. Daniel; speaker Rev. W. J. To United Church Of God Post presiding at the instruments.The .
Smith; appreciation Deacon Cissantanner; closing remarks, Passion Week observance win Men's Day will be observed Sunday throughout the day la pastor will deliver a ape
pastor. Norris Anderson win have charge of the BTU a t 5 p.m. begin Monday Mt Zion AME: Mt. Marian, AME: Church with Daniel Bryant u chairmanand 'clal morning (message.' The

and guest director will be Luclous Sumlar. Guest captains, N. Church and continue through Eugene Alexander, co-chairman.: ? NEW YORK CITY-The Rev C, Shelby Rooks of Princeton, Male Chorus win meet for rehearsal -
Anderson, Roosevelt Holmes, Joseph Bailey, Vernon Crosby March 24 according to Rev The services begin with the Sunday School at 9.30a.m.: N.J., associate director of the Fund for Theological Education at 1:05 PA. at the
Bible Drill, Deacon W. G. Patterson; financial reports, Leroy C.E. Toston, pastor. The service Guest teachers and superintendent will be present.At was elected chairman of the Board of Directors of the Office church. At 7.00; p.m. Mrs.RubyF.
Hampton, appreciation, N. Anderson; remarks, general chairman will begin at 1:30 p.m., 11 a.m., Dean James Espy of Edward Waters College of Communication of the United Church, of Christ this week., Herndon and the senior
; flna 1 reports, secretary; closing remarks, pastor. each day.Special. win be the speaker, according to Rev. J.C. Bannerman, missionary circle No. 2 win
service wlUbe rendered pastor. Palm Sunday will also be oberved. Mrs. Thomas it. Wagner, with headquarters in New York present the "Birth AHymn,"
Abyssinia Baptist each evening with Mrs. M. At ISO: p.m., Rev. M.H. 'Merrlweather, of Central CME LakevlUe, Conn., was elected ,City.Mr.: ? Combined Choirs,Usher board*
Deputy A.M. Frazier W. Waterford at the vice chairman, and the Rev. Rooks is also vicechairman -
organ. Church choir, ushers and members will conduct the service and Male Chorus will serve
Each evening, a speaker will The public has been Invited to attend. Dr. Henry H. Hayden, Minister of ths C'a1ntr.'e on Mrs. Willie D. Lucas and the
District Sponsors Announces ServiceFor be heard. of College Community Church Structure of the Unltal :Churchan : Sunday School will be in charge

Monday night, the Sunday Fresno, Calif., secretary The of Flower decorations In the
Shoe Rally SundayDistrict School, under leadership of Aiinl Easter Drum Christian Endeavor new officers will begin their and a ,member\ ; of its Thepiodcd church Sunday.
Palm Sunday Mrs. Charlotte Stewart,assist- i I twoyea..trms\ July L Commission. He serves Christian Aid Society t will

13 of Absslnia Baptist Deputy AJI. Frazier of Dis ant superintendent, will have Te I. Presented Hoar Convenes wlti The United Church members of Christ In 6, bp the Executive Board of the meet, Monday at 7.00 p.m., in
2,007,224
charge of the service.Tuesday : Department of Ministry of theo the lower unit of the church,
Church will sponsor a shoe rally trict 5, Queen of the Nile, has 957 churches is union 01"th.
Sunday at 3 p.m.,In the church asked all matron, 'officers and, night, the missionaries At Midway AME a Christianand National Council of Churchesand The Heraldalres will'meet for
and leaders will At Mt. Ararat BaptistThe Congregational National Council's
auditorium. members of all Heroine courts class and Reformed on the rehearsal at 7.30 p.m., at the
The prattclpants on program In Duval and adjacent countiesto conduct the service with Arthur annual Easter drama, 'The moothly'procram of the Churches.Jhe.Evangelical. Commissloi on Higher Educa church.

are: Choir 3, Mt, Sinai Baptist assemble at Simpson Metho J. Glass prea1d1q.AnniyerSlfr. "Lilt, Death and RessurrecOlon Christian Endeavor Hour will Office of Communication Lion .
-tRev. B. U WynnpastorDea- dist-Church-SundaJ..aU pjau*. jrlllbtnresentejlMarch convene In Midway AMg;pburchi'TadJCarea '" .,is refipuDuSl: .*. lor the d&i4al'uali : w -
con WW1e Sheppard,),Ir..Helen* In full csgaUa forPalm Sunday' 26 during the evening service, < (Street,
Lawrence, Mrs., S. T. Blvins, celebration.The ObservanceDistrict at Mt. Ararat BaptistChurchw- .3 p.m. communications, carrying on ,
pastor, HeY J. Reddlck ccordlng to Mrs Basel Reynolds .
Williams executive
Harry public relations, advertising Musical
Wash Correctly For For Honor Event
will preach the sermon and the 9 of Mt Ararat Baptist Gross. assistant director, has asked production of motion! pictures
Beauty And Health choir and ushers of the church Church will observe its 29th The scenes, "Jesus Changing all youths to be prepared for The Blven Specials will rendera
When washing the face, It ii advisable will serve. Guest soloist will anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m., Water to Wine," "Peter Walk- the quarterly election meeting musical program in Bowden Choir 2 of Evergreen Baptist
be Mrs. Retells Hamilton. at the church. ;JOE the Water and the "LameMan
to use an upward motion, : of officers. ,Methodist Church, llth and Pullman Church and other groups win
spreading the soapy lather In ant All Easter Star chapters, Speaker will be Rev. Wilbur Being Healed," will 6'e Plans will also be discussed .. Sunday. The program Is sponsors an appreciation program
upward and outward direction to I Daughters of Isis Heroine ,Burgess, pastor of Jullngton featured in the first act :d'> for 'the scholarship effort All ; being sponsored by the women for A. McCaU, as pianist
avoid undue stress on due facial Crusaders, Golden Circle and Baptist Church.; Other clubs and "The Adultress and Her Accusers 'youth leaders and coworkershave .i. : of the church. Other singers In for 19 years service In the
muscles. This also helps prevent. Juveniles have been Invited at' boards have been invited to at- ," and "Luarus, the been asked to be present the city will participate. church.

sagging. special guests.. Beggar," 'wjro was brother of'' for. the attendance count: jJl.rtIclpantsloclude: Cos-
'Mary and Martha,and a friend of pel Echoettes Sunbeams
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tend.NOW Jesus, will be "raised from the Emanuel Baptist Gospel Singers Vyi4a4 of Jerusalem, Harris,
v dead," which will climax the Stars Jerome
Singers, Traveling -
Unit Slates r
e i third actBackground IB Siidiy Service Thomas Singers, Ethel D.
will be rendered Bannister, Mary Mealey, Mary
4 LOCATIONSTO by the combined choirs with EasterPageant Y( Y Nathaniel Jackson and the Celestial .and Art Goodman Thelma Edwards

SERVE YOU matthew G. McCoy In charge,; The Adult Division of the Sunday Gospel Singers will be Mrs. Sate Mae
assisted by Arthur Goodman/ School at Emanuel Baptist presented in an after service Thomas, Angela McBride, Rev.
Mrs. M. Cbeevers and Mrs, : if' ": program Sunday at 8 p.m., In "A.. Lanai
J ,....dAvi.N. Church will present wn Easter 01 .. Rev S. L. Badger
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Eartha at the Instru ,
Harper ML Morlah Baptist Church,1953
pageant Sunday at 7 o'clock In. Mrs. 0. McQueen, Rev W.
3701 EMERSON ments. .w. 9th St. Tbe fa in
the church auditorium. program Burgess, Heavenly Fire Singers -
130 CASSAT AVC. The event will be climaxed The theme of the pageant is, Interest of the annual Women's Jessie Powell, and others.
with the "Crucifixion and Re
"No Greater Love," and willcharacterize Day celebration.
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m Altar Call 'IIIII WORLD Coloring Easter Kggs .Religion And Race


THE NEW WORLD NEGRO NEWS H___" '"' ... ....-M,.... .. .._.. by NEGRO PRESS.INTERNATIONALTAKtTKffPLEDdE
Racism la American and throughout the world If the most :., :
severe of human problems. CaI/ibt-u CM Negro Men the CREDIT PLANSALISBURY NASHVILLE .{NH>-A plea to the Methodist Southeastern
midst of racism's venom In America, there Is a tendency Like \'l1, 'take
-
: Jurisdiction to the pledge to eliminate the racial
among Amerlcaa Negroes to consider their plight anlgq s.
most everything else the cost
structure In the Methodist
Church was made bj Mrs &M.
Thanks to 4he late French Negro psychoanalyst, Fronts Ii :
of the dowry-African-style
; Russell Morrlstown
(Tens)
president, Southeastera Jurisdiction
Fanon America's Negroes ought find cause to relate to
dark-skinned people throughout the world. skyrocketed to the point than I : Woman's Society of Christian Service, at the orpnlsat1OD' -
the "marry-now, pay later! annual
last
meeting month. In IIIr'me.sap she
Fanoo In his boot "The Wretched Of The Earth" (Grove
Idea is taking root. Now wham
urged delegates to pray "to create the climate that would
Press 1966)), speaks of the Third World-Afrlca-eji a challenge
a prospective: bridegroom I* make it possible" for the 1967 Methodist annual conferences
to all that and America has accomplished or :
Europe
confronted with paying lobo), ,to adopt such resolution.
Dote for the good of Han. He poses a shocking, realistic ,(dowry to his father-in-law to
'parallel between European f Jnnton m and Western world .
be--to compensation for the WANTED: NEGROES
racism loss of a daughter's service LOUISVILLE KyNPIA( drive
to advise and recurlt,
Of America be "two centuries a former European
says ago -be so much down, and
pays tTh Negro candidates for the ministry hu been launched by the
colony decided to catch up with Europe. It succeeded well the remainder on *nFMlmtfttplan
that In which Southern Baptist Theological seminary, under the leadership ,
the United States of America became a monster
after marriage of the Rev Robert B. Herndon Atlanta
the taints the sickness and the Inhumanity of Europe have a former any chap-
lain. The emphasis on Negroes result from the "severe- I
to dimensions.
grown appalling FIRST IMPOSTADDS shortage of ministerial students
IIDooi Negroes, as well as
Based the premise that Europe promulgated so-catted .
upon
ABABA-NPI The.first In interest in the quality and Quantity of the Baptist ministry."
brotherhood and fraternity In its decolonization processes,'
native Ethlaplentob'ecome
; Only S2S Negro students are enrolled in
accredited seminaries
,the fiery angry writer says of It, "your humanism claims we, director of carp sales Ethto-i throughout the country. -
are at one with the rest of humanity,but your racist methods: plan Airlines Is Aylei Wodajo,;
set us apart"Persons who was recently upgradedfroai fElT STEP
victimised by racism tend to search for surceasefor the assistant directorship which .,
..' WASHINGTON- (tPi> .m "next steps" to be taken involuntarily
their wounds rather than develop>> viable means to fight
be has held since February,;: Integrating Methodism
the enemy. The proponents of racism then are challenged 1985. hla new posetlce.WIdaJo' sued by the denomination at all levels are presently throughout being the Deep pur
'only to the wounds and never the doors
pour oil upon open responsible
will be
aslcally South it
was disclosed last week The aim Is to get acquainted -
'to full totthe "natives. .
citizenship for sales planning! organizing
and to consider
and
ways Implications of working
The AmerLin "natives of the ghetto" regretably
believe that the Negro meal, of escape Is to become like the oppressor >>' .ucI41rtcUncthe sales program. Be airlines'became cargo aa ,. toward diction. the goal of eliminating Central (all-Negro) juris-

-{)tower, manipulation of other humans and what have' airlines' staffer in 19S7 as a' ,,' .
Jf you. Fanoo advises "the wretched of the earth" (dark- 1nne4 transportation agent. I Long Dogs
people)" not to Imitate Europe." liberrately-Dachshunds were and
What be says of Europe's decolonized blacks can be said tot : DISPUTE bred to be long .
'low,
reports the Purina
muscles and I I I I" Pet Care I I I I I Io
all victims of racism "Let us combine our our'
: LIMA- brains in a new drectloo. Let us try to create the whole (25 year) dispute between Pen i.l. nre :bad is dens -
man, whom Europe has been incapable of bringing to triumphant ; and Ecuador, over the sparsely e 1' ,
birth." Inhabited, Jungle-covered provinces -,
This then ought to be the challenge to black youth, in particular of Jaea and Majrnas,: VETERANSTHE
and black dissenters in general 4be development of north of the River Uaranon. Is'
brains and pwer aimed toward redeeming. all mankind from' still unsolved. Ecuador claims:
the bondage of racial self-interests. the area comes within the JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC.
The Third World will be the Integrated world, and It Is' Jurisdiction of Quito, Its present -, ,
:Just as logical that it shall be designed by black people as capitol However Pen' i

by white. ,claims that when it recognis, { .. '; Of 630 DAVIS ST. Is Now Taking
:' .
The World of the Whole Han is man's biggest Altar. It can '. .i ,
ed Ecuador's independence la I ...,.,.
: .
$ .
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be reached by those who dare to lead mankind to it. Color will '1832, Ecuador accepted Peruhrlan ....,.. ( ... '
not matter. sovereignty over the two Easter can be a fun and creative time i I for the whole
'provinces family. while little brother is busy setting up a western scene :Applications For Its

Beauticians ConfabBEACHNPI Goes To Daytona with the contents of the Rit Easter Egg Coloring Kit, big sister ,

DrlToNA ; )- log and charm, art of make-up ROAD FORT BUILDING LAMY, ChaoMNPQ- is, dyeing ,eggs and preparing a lovely centerpiece to add a festive I

The 22nd annual International hair cutting, chemical hair relaxing In order to get its five-year touch. to a holiday"table setting. Veteran Class
,convention of the United Beauty permanent waving, development>> plan off to a healthy -
School Owners-Teachers Associations reverse permanent scalp' start the Chad governmentIs All Grades'
Inc., and Alpha Chi treatments and methods of, planning an improvement of FlqJ"ITC.tt'CEII' The Size Of Our ClassesIs
Pi Omega Sorority-Fraternity teaching; its transportation and com To Integrate ,.
Inc., will be held at Bethune- munications' facilities. ThereIs

Cookman. College March 29ApriU. GVita!' RIGHT and no the ran 513,000 line In square the country milesof In I ,New Orleans BURGLAR BARS

James Farmer, former CORE land still offer only a NEW ORLEANS->When Limited By Law.
chairman, will be keynote primitive road network.To correct :September, 1967 comes around,' ALUMINUM AWNINGS .
speaker at the conference MSO this, plans are in the offing aU of the grades in the: New''
Classes will be offered In to extend the Trans-Caaeroons Orleans public school system,
,wig'hmalrrssty tintinnrgmodel-' road from Kounde In the Central will be integrated. This year, CUSTOM MADE AND I INSTALLED Enroll l Now To Be Sure Of
I Unr. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS African Republic toArclwnabauJt. .It was 1n1eKl'ate4lrom kindergarten -.,
.. .. ... _...' --. through seven but court I='REE ESTIMATES 724.6557
orders open>> all grades through'JO. Place
NOT SO POORFRANCIBTOWN : and grades 11 and 12 will be ADDITIONS REMODELING SPECIALISTS CO
You Don't Have To Go To Town To ,Get) Botswana ;;open to those who choose toattend. -

I tlOW PRICES last NHMtatll Sept. 30,its Botswana Independence(formerly CALL 355-9874
tair. ;
< ; .. "
.
Bechuanaland -
u being the) was poorest regarded UPS: Bass. 'African-t f I -"It'!" -------

DRUG STORE NEEDS land area in Southern Africa., ,
Recently: ,"however, two large Port For Navy Ships
deposits of copper and nickel

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store, ore (approximately $33 million NEW YORK-The controversial -: 1
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL worth) have been uncovered policy of a11owlnQ"'u.s.
Papers We We at Ifatsltamma and Bathe) both naval vessels to make stopsat
deliver also fill all Doctors Prescriptions!
T'
of which are within 100 milesof : racist South African portsIs SUPER M'Ait K E
Franclstowo. being cancelled, the Defense
Dixie I Ma Department has announced.
Alpha
: Pharmacy Kappa UJS.The naval Issue vessels of stopovers la South by tHESE PRICES' GOOD THROUGH SUNDjir,AT EDKffOOD..ML

Honor Society Africa reached a climax on
1302 Kings Rod At Myrtle Arenn Jan 28 when the American '

'Annual ,Host Slated Negro Leadership Conferenceon SUGAR CURED HICKORY SMdKEDSMALL
t Africa coalition of the
-*
,.. Pious Elfil 5559798 TUSKEGEE, Ala.-Alpha Kappa major civil rights groups,
Uu Honor Society will hold Its, civic and labor organisationsdenounced PICNICS 35
: 29th annual convention at Tusks-. the government's SIZE I
: PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER gee Institute Tttskegee, Ala., decision to allow the aircraft
March 23-23. The theme of the carrier Franklin DelanoRoose-
; AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE convention Is "Opportunties for ,yell to make a call at Capetown,
the Scholar In Current Social South Africa.
Change." Three major addresses The resolution unanimously
U. S.
GOOD
adopted by the conference,
I on the theme win presented by:
i
Dr. C.C. Gomiaion, bead of the, meeting la Washington Jan.28-
Social Science Department,I 28, condemned the planned stop>> '
of the carrier at Capetown, CHUCK ROASTTIME
$rtg r Tuskegee Institute; Dr. Dorothy which Ian 49C
|L. Brown Mebarry UedlcalColt supports Smith'sracist
sf \ < and member of the Rhodeslan regime.
f
President'Johnson
Tennessee State Legislature and A telegram to
.. Judge Archibald J. Carey, Jr., which was signed by
Judge. Chicago JU. labor leader A.Philip Randolph,
I Two special features win be the the NAACP's executive director
.welcome address by Dr. Luther' Roy Wilkins and Leadership '
H. Foster president Tuskegee Conference executive director,. i1 Y2 GAL.
; Institute, and President and Mrs.' Theodore E. Brown, called fora SAVERCH' .10DIXIE

:. gates.Foster's reception for the dele visit.cancellation of the carrier's I LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 01 MORE FOOD ORDER

There will be several panel The government later softened
discussions on the theme by the ,its position, allowed the port
T f delegates, the reading of essays ,call at Capetown,but cancelled
fI on the theme and a forum on shore leave for the Integratedcrew
DIXIE CYSTALSUGAR
fi I alumni chapters. The activitieswill which would have been
be culminated by the business subjected: to that country's a-
i .
ii session and the election of of- prtheid policy, or strict sepa- 5 ,LB. BAG
ii i ;ficers. !ration of the races. 3'SCUMIY'
i Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor The Defense Department'scange
Society was founded In 1937 by In policy came after Mr., ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER:

1 Dr. G. W. Gore Jr., then dean Brown had met with Deputy
at Tennessee TAI University Secretary: of Defense Cyrus R.' '
Vance and Under Secretary of
i and a group of educators who
State Nicholas de B, Katxen-
Interested In the -

-sS i were college campuses.of scholarship It bu'erOWD on promotion the 'ba1bt Defense Department U. S. GOOD CLUB STEAK n. 79f


:'to campuses 63 collegiate of leading chapters colleges on and CM statement reviewing said:the"We use are of currently port- FANCY GRADE "A" SLICED BREAKFAST BACON <1LD.. mo 49*

universities.. There are three facilities in South Africa. This
i KEN KNIGHT alumni chapters located In review is not yet complete

,. Houston Texas Little Rock However, at this time,barring FRESH CARROTS 2 IB. ut 15*
mforseen emergencies, we do
Arkansas and Nashville Tenn.
,
i -invites You To Llaten To- The present officers are president not in till foreseeable Intone '

Dr. E. It'. Williams, ,see any requirement for U.S. HUE BIRD FRESH ORANGE JUICE H 4 til. 39* |
Sean mh State College; vice- naval warships to use such ;,
i IIG lAND: president, Kirby Klrksey, Tau, facilities.'' ,'
Southern University; secretary- The two government officials EATWEll GRATED TUNA, 19*
made the statement on the day
treasurer, Dr. G. W.Gore, Jr.,

I "DANCE PARTY" Adams Florida secretary JUM Florida University MM Dr. Lacy University; assistant Rose-;, the nounced'that missile-tracking Defense a Department United ship,States an-the MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE "; 'f''RES;\ .' cAN. i ii. m, 69*'

historian George *. Loder Sword Knot, had been ordered ;" .
'
11:38 II UN S Arkansas AMAH College and'";' to by-pass a planned stop>> at HUDSON GIANT TOWELS ASSUMED : 25*
i Nig tIy : : Sitirlir J.... director of public relations,Jota, Durban, South Africa, which ( nun) ? .
also discriminates against ROIL. I'
W. Florida
Riley, AIM University.
i black African and Americans .IEECH NIUT BABY FOOD /- : 10 '
1400 WRHC 1400 Negroes." STRAINED ,: ,,", h :. '.,', JW *
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PA6Ei",. STAR PAPERS 'SItuRDn"'IIARCH T8. '1961


Dyed Eggs 'Talking Shop't NAACP Protest 'Grambling .Shows,

Promise In Track
&w Removal Of Farmer
'i s!
Mean Eastern ; 'J .
.', Opener
j NEW YORK The United
the springtime rebirth of the world
States Department of the Interior GRAMBLING. LSvNPI)>-..--
Easter eggs are traditionally associated of Grumbling opened its
; t'r has granted stay an outdoor
with glad tidings and the Joy and wonderof i order that would have immed- track season recently with
the rebirth of life. Long before the y iately displaced 80 Clarendon something of a sentimental

coining of Christ Pagan people exchanged ., .' County S.C., Negroes from between a glorious past and
eggs 'as tokens of friend ship during their : .. their property to provide acreage .mIL hopeful resurgence for the fu-
for a wildlife refuge.
spring festivals '..' The Federal government directive Spelled out in terms cJ the
The Egyptians in the fifth century issued Feb. 17, by act- promising but unproven talent
before Christ were probably the first to ing Secretary of the Interior displayed In the Tip-Off Meet
Charles T. Luce came after with Southern University Arkansas
begin dyeing eggs, and the earliest color
Roy Wilkins, executive directorof it will require skillful"manipulation
used red derived from lichen.
was of talent to keep
the NAACP, had urged Federal -
Later on more colors were added such as i iY iZ intervention to halt the local fans placated.
yellow from laurel leaves and green and planned displacement pro- Only time and circumstances': ,
blue from indigo. Other sources of color ceedings against the Negro will Illustrate how well they I!

included roots, berries herbs seeds and ; home owners. meet the challenge. I

flowers as well as pieces of dyed cloth. .

The egg took on a deeper meaning, that of

eternal life, with the advent of Chris

tianity. The name Easter comes from the ,

name of the pagan goddess, Eostre. < ,' .A.a.ahGET FEELS 50 GOOD
Coloring Easter eggs became widespread Jn
the countries of northern Europe and Asia RELIEF FROM THE
ITCHING AND IRRITATION OF "UPSET SKIN"
after their conversion to Christianity.The r .
gaily dyed eggs colored with Y "Ski Pilmtrt.

vegetable dyes and then blessed, OintmentInduces causedSAVt

were"given as gifts. from blessed: ffc Rapilar tin I

Coloring Easter eggs today is as easy as miseries 440
a dip in a dye bath. With the modern Kit by certain' ltlon.minor I 4 containing4 times I at
Easter Coloring Kit decoration is I I.,
Egg egg Satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded.LOVBLIIM .
easy for the whole family. It is a craft } COMPLeXION .. Plus head-to-to protection witdMIHCtlnl /! the
p j foamy medication of"Skin SiKctti ".p. It beauty b.theswhile
project that can be used by .Small children 1 It fights germs that often aggravate peraplratlon odor makea.
who want to help the Easter Bunny, as wellas .... A you aura you're nice to be near.Paimara "Skin .u....." leap.I .

by more skilled adults who can create : ...... ,' .;. .SUCCESS"A';; I
-. .. .. A. -. "SKIN ;.
beautiful!, works of.art.lo To staroostageas singer and on screen u a actor at CM same Johnny Mash and Cannonball Adderly co-starring at New York's _
the Middle Ages the custom of giving time. Cannonball long renowned in the )Jazz world,has now Invaded Apollo Theatre take a minute out to relax and talk shop backstage -
dyed eggs to servants became very popular the pop scence with his bit recording Mercy Mercy after appearing before packed audiences. Johnny's award
and King Edward of England is said to have Mercy*. Johnny's latest recording 'Good Goodness"'looksm. winning movie "Take A Giant Step" was also being featured at
it's destined to be his biggest to date. the Apollo. Nash is probably one of the few U nnt the only.singer.
distributed more than 400 eggs to membersof

his royal household on Easter. Each o>(;
Metal .coop.used to "dish Have you ever heard about Negro Leaders'
the eggs was dyed and decorated by hand. up" uniform servings of mashed painting window shutters with a .Income Tax Refund.
Although people of all nations gave eggs, potatoes, rice and other starchy bucket of soap or detergent suds
to children as Easter presents each foods-now com with a non-stick.This is not impossible if the\ Take Top Posts Delayed Du'e'ToSocial
finish which allows the foods to shutters are made of solid vinyl.
country soon developed its own special slide out in perfect mounds. The These will continue to look new 1:
traditions and customs concerning eggs. special finish also makes this tool after seasonal washings with no Across Country Securi.tyJACKSONVILLElncome
In Germany the come clean by Just swishing it real paint needed. Vinyl blinds .
eggs are
usually provide the added advantages of
through dishwater.
sudsy E t,
blown out, dyed and hung on trees and not peeling or warping, and NEW YORKNPINegro -
(Stadt h' M. Gii.Wd.XI tau S. come refunds of 1,174 taxpayers in \
shrubs for Color.*, 0M, Ct19 in a wide choice of colors leaders have taken top positions
decoration or given to in three major titles Florida and 6 other states In, I
children for Easter games. In New York Bernard Jackson. the IRS Southeast Region are
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was named executive directorof being held up because Form <, .' 1
YOUR DOLLAR ;%' the Police Department's 1040 or 1040A sent in does ': :
civilian complaint review not contain an accurate Social
board, a post that pays $20,000a Security Number. a'f1 f filr
BUYS MORE jfl year: Roland H. Nash, Jr., Acting ,/<
1 1 1 "
IRS District Director for
Jackson, a former policeman, :
formerly acted U conciliation Florida said that In ;: \ .
AT YOUR BANNER. officer for the department's 'cues IRS will be som'j }"
review board.In Verify the correct number from '

STORE" Los Angeles, Herbert L. 'Social Security Administration
FOOD n QUANTITY PRICES GOOD Carter, 33; became executive records, but this will cause a I r 1"r
director of the County Human delay in processing the re- ,
THROUGH SATURDAY >jt1" "': .1\ft
'.'YOUR ''HOME TOWN GROCER" RIGHTS RESERVED Relations Commission fund.
C f MA WMtiUj .. t fiteiq u- -> A
refunds win
In other cases
In Philadelphia Charles Pres" .
1-.11 "f>> '" ;'>' ifI'
ton wws sworn in as the first be delayed until the taxpayerhas f'tlMI"' ..
Negro County Court crier. been contacted by IRS and r : '
Preston was first named to has sent in an accurate Social then reward yourself
mum HOUSECOFFEE the court as a officer in 1954. Security number he said. Cor- I with America's most
Before that, he was a clerkin rect numbers are necessary I
Orphans Court a receiver in' since this year all individual popular whiskey.
I 118. CAN tax returns filed Florida j
the tax office and the first by
44.CLIMIT Negro Sheriff assigned to a taxpayers are bing processedby Seagram's 7 Crown-<

ONE WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER, district computers at the IRS Service I The Sure 0neetCOACeltlalilr5.Pea'.ieyOe5CIf
Center In Chamblee, Georgia.
Quints' Mother $" .aiseEe.NnNEy'' MrlOtf! .16"1IIIIIIIlU'.1L 1'11111.

Wants Another Child *

YEGETOLESHORTENING But Only One -

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I 1 WITH $$5.00. 4SC ,Brooklyn mother who gave birthto /'f-r

OR MORE FOOD ORDER quintuplets said she "would 00 : clo t.1r -
"like to have one more But ." 11.
she emphasized that she wanted ., \ t>>""" *
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only one more. :.tt-
Mrs., Hlldarene Harris gave
HERSBEY'S birth to the city's first quintuplets OQLEta' $

three of whom survived. I'ii11'' .. ,
She had been taking fertility I
5 [B. BAG pills before she became preg-
SUGAR 38'C nant. Doctors said those pills LEO YANCSTa.ner.i
may have been the cause of the
LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER multiple births. They often are. Menage
Mrs. Harris said she did not
think she would take these pills Our NO HIDDEN
again Salesmen
"I would like to have one more, NOT CHARGES I i
FIRST CUT but only if God want to send one Pictured Come on down 1 i
to me. Pd be most happy to have
one more." I Are: NO AUE Deal with THOR! ...
Harris' indicated that he felt lili.....Williampe. ,Italy NETTUNO''
PORK CHOPS [LB.39C Wine" CLAIMS I '
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the same way. lehe Com.. Stlttmtn'
The Harrises' surviving son,
l Lionel Jr., wighlng 5 pounds 't Thor Chevrolet does not believe In Gimmicks- .
5 ounces has been brought home We do believe In just plain friendly sincere ..,1
form Brookly Jewish Hospital selling and dealing and making friends-
where the quints born'
[So #1 WHITE ." .. LEMONS "The surviving girls were Lianna,' l NO DEALER ANYWHERE HAS A BIGGER STOCK OF
., 29C weighing 4 pounds 15 ounces, ,
P" DOl.. and Louisa 3 pounds 14 ounces,. t BRAND NEW 1967 CHEVROLETSAll "" w r4
POTATOES wW'.. ;. will remain at the hopltal until '

their weight exceeds five The Models-. f Bounds. ;: AU The
{ Equipment-All
'r' SWIFT PREMIUM ALL-.MEAT Harris, a 31-year-old postal I Ready To GUY: SMITH

FRANKS clerk, makes $106 a week. He JA.C. MAISHALL.ataman gaN'"OM1
10 LB. BAG 39C : :. \ and his wife pay $72 a month' ( See Our Cars-Check Our LOW SellIng -
12 OZ.PUG. for their two-bedroom Brook Prices-

89 flat.
2ro lyn They however will not have WE SELL NEW Get Our Higher Trade In Allowance

to pay the hospital bIlL The CHEVROLETSanywhere con ON DOWN TO THE BEACH
I hospital said the bill would have in Jacksonville AND SAVE MONEY j
amounted to more than $4,000 Duval County, or
had the Harrises been requiredto Counties. Ovf leach ana' lew
surrounding ... oeew'a
it e. .tin. e.ablea .
pay
CAROLINA -SEE US OR ... to aell new Chevrolet ura
Any club group seeding ideas CALL 246.4871 cad hecks at law efefit eo4ermita
PEACH HALVES YCAN M to five TO* me*
4 for a special project might con-
Jar year ...4.treea-l.*.
eider one developed by a woman'sgroup HASRY TAl10Tdetr.
in West Monroe Louisiana _.Mnaim'
BLUEBIRD -where August was designated '

ORANGE OR GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4& 01 CAN. a.Members"Soap and collected Suds Month.contributions"

i j/ FOR of soap and cleaning supplies
which were then given to deserving -
MCKEIUY FROZEN organizations for distribution.
'\ among needy families.
COIIAROSYOSIARD This theme could be used anytime
1012. 51 of the year because everyday
GREENS : U a soap-and-suda day-and

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BEACH Medical Sfedcil, Gets Plaane 'teller Carriers Plan Signi's "Min Of The Year" Among The StarsWITH



Cerebral Palsy Drift

SHORTS LEE IVORY
Letter carriers throughout
INTERNATIONAL
'Dade held NEGRO PRESS
County meetings this
MIAMI BEACH-When boating, week to outline plans for the I
In Miami Beach waters, please. Sunday April 2. annual Door- The sparsely-attended "World Series of Jais" that finally
don't toss plastic luncheon bags To-Door for United Cerebral made it to Chicago might well blame the fickle weatherman lathe
overboard Giant Sea turtles Windy City for the \large amount empty seats in the Civic
Theme ,Opera House for theFriday! night performance.:!,
growing scarcer through the for the campaign Is,,
Some avid fan feel f that Che show wofth
well
Is The was the frigid tripm
years, eat the bags, proably "Happiness Mailman
Mailmen downtown, solely because of performances of.Sonny SUtt and
under the assumption they are Helping". and their:
Makeba.L .
Jellyfish, and die, of Indigest substitutes servicing
lal routes their re.ldellt-J .Ior one. feel the tame way
ion. Several victims have been pn ]
found In recent months order to help The show starred Count Basle, Billy Eckstlne lilies Davis,
dick Davy plus Stttt and Makebs.
butions from their patrons to*I
attaff further the treatments and a With llr. B acting as emcee, the show got off to a pretty wonderful --

The fighting ability of dolphin training provided by the Dade. start placed by the intricate musical maneuverings of:
'one of the favorite ocean-going County Cerbral Palsy Center) Basle and -Ilwtrceueatoamar. me how ohe group oft
16 breathe and like one
can-still play
gamesters hi these waters, is which Is the nation's second derf. guys ,, *'
demonstrated by a largest. .. Eckstine himself, laid the first"bomb of the evening when be
llshed Metropolitan just-estab-Miami Those in charge are the presidents ,essayed to sing an obviously )4ot'1tOD.lnsp1recl"'roct.nroU"IOUIIC11nI
f of the Dade ditty Some of us are too "refined" to sing rock and c
Fishing Tournament plug castIng branches ;.
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record for the species. The. AWARDSigma brother, H. Milton White is National Association of Letter CITED --When the Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi .roll Later-and In,the In Mr.show Bs, Mr.case B,redemmed it showed.himself by singing a tune:

dolphin wished at 28 pounds, shown presenting a plaque to George L. Carriers, Including:: James:, 'deta sigma fraternity observed its Social taken from his latest Motown album and a tow of the old stand-!
Klndley 6001 NW na Dr. Hla-
leu than 25 cent of the ,
tarpon for similar per tackle Sanders, a second year medical student at leah; Lester Dreyfuss, W7 1st Action Program recently, one of the bye that hare, in his words, "been very kind to me." We liked
the University of Miami. The presentation Are, Homestead; James F., high ) ithts of the event was the presen- "Cottage for Sale" '

fight was part of the activities in connectionwith .Dolan, 14431 NW 15th Dr.North tation of the "Man o f The Year" award. The rumors you hear about star actress Cecily Tyson and
Phi Beta Sigma fraternity's' Social 1 Miami; and Tony Montanes ohown making the presentation is BrotherH. Miles Davis are Just about truel! Even though Miss Tyson
would not confirm the fact that she and the trumpeter will wed
birth defects
Action Program observance. 1121 Rutland Sty Opa-Locka. Milton White, left to the recipient, this year she certainly could not deny it by her ear-on-ear grin.

Ir.'r. Lucius Crawford ': Jr. president of Phi First of all, though,she thougbtl thoqbtl was talking to Miriam -
Jeta Makeba-since they both effect the au naturel hlrstyle. No,
blgma.

I SINCE YOU ASKED MEDEAR baby The,Miles I know Davis Makebal segment of the"WorldSerles of Jauf was a

mite too much for me. Ifeel that Davis and his sextette have
Hair Coloring Is gone the way of John Coltrane in that much of the "tra-la-la",
(.ANNIE: My girl friends name was in the paper for bEAR LONNIE: Don't you think a person has a right to talk has been covered by excessive percussion work
graduating from high school. It told all about who her parentswere on the telephone? I think that is a right! that everybody has andI Ron Carter master bassist and holder of a master's degree in
and where she stood in the class and everything. I have don't think people ought to get all upset because a person talks music, could not be beard over the still-fantastic drumwork of
never had my name In the paper. She and I graduated togetherand a little long. My parents keep yel11nc at me to get off the phone Ancient Story youthful Tony Williams. This, without regard to the musical
An
I was higher In the clans than she was, but they didn't put my all the time. If my friends call me and my father wants to use content of their offering bugs me no end. Let me bear what
name or my picture I don't (know why some people get all the the phone he tells me tohangup. Isn't that rude? What should everybody has to say. .
breaks and others don't get any. want my name In the paper.Discouraged. I, say to my parents to show them how wrong they are? Was Cleopatra a bleached blond or did she Inherit natural 'goldilocks Miles was b a Wu1-u always; Wayne Shorter was lyrical,
A Talker. from her Creek ancestors? Did Elizabeth the Flrit dye her hair 'and probing.. .
1 WISH I KNEW. Igetthe'same treatment. From what bear, flaming red or did she just wear red wigs? Did Renaissance Italian 'Comedian Dick Davy known to some U the "white" DI e Id
JUST.TAKE THE TIME to godowntoyour neighborhood paper .slot of us are getting scolded because we talk too long on t b e women, as portrayed by the artists. dye their hair blonde or red, or Gregory-was most effective with predominantly-Negro
office andtakealOlleaplctureofyouand.omelntormatoo about, phone I certainly agree with you that It is embarrassing to have did I they all come from the north? Was Empress. Theodora's: raven dience. We have wondered, however, how many wattles squirm

you. Lots of papers will print people's pictures If they can,get' somebody tell youto bang up, but you needn't be rude to your heir nahrrallChanging the color of the hair in the Ota days was"take"gerang. Thllent.Ued me in tbelrseats when Davy is Joking about bow mean they have been
them. Some papers won't send a photographer out, but if you friends. Just tell them your father or mother wants to use the smelly mixtures to ',to "us." His spot was a highlight.
been a female beauty routine "fry dying'1 which in
take a picture, a lot of times they will print it. Your friend 'phone, they probably go through the same thing at their house Ian back Into the mob of time. summer was sheer torture for v stealing the show, and she does this an the time, was Makebaf
probably took her picture down to the paper office and that's and they'll understand. It seems that money can solve a lot ofyou amount of difficulty discomfort people who never heard of sunbathing She is consistently one of the most dynamic entertainers in the
,whey she was in the paper., problems. For Instance if had a part time Joy maybe and tedium discouraged the The dye or bleach had ,nation. Her very presence on stage often makes one forget that
could put in your own phoneandq our own phone bill. Then belles of history from Itching\ ,to be left on for three hours or we can't sometimes understand what her South African song
..t. ferfltrfrt nobody could complain about bow long yon talk. However, your hair shades according to the more, then dryed by sitting for' sung In Xhosa dialect really mean.
1 parents might not like this Idea, and yon might not like spend- model and their whims. hours In the hot sun, usually on She Is a very meticulous person when It comes to singing an
,DEAR LONNIE: I live In the projects-f on know, the government ''ing your hard earned money on a telephone bill when you already Some historians. credit Cleopatra a baking roof for privacy. Afterwards English tune and she II reminiscent me-of Oscar Brown
housing apartments. My father works at the post office and have one right there in the house. hope this helps you. for being a natural blonde ,olive oil was rubbed In Jr., with her series of graceful,yet odd movements her choice
t'W8 get along all right.We wear pretty nice clothes and we have; ,. Who may have dyed her hair for luster .and softness. Modern of tunes, and her excellent background musicians.
.almost everything we.need. The trouble Is,people loot down on ..tfr111. I tr black to look more llkeher Egyp temporary hair color which to F"or1te-tuDe for me by' Makeba was "Jesa," the Bradllaa':
Nan subjects. If so, the famous rinsed on In a few minutes and *
kids who live In the projects. At my school, they say I don't, had It since' going stays on without the old fashion prayer-chant that was first prpularlsed onthese shores by
'have any business trying to act stuck up because I know I live in: DEAR LONNIE: Yesterday my boy friend hit me in the face from queen light hair easy todark hair didn't rub off problems, would have 'Oscar Brown Jr., Jean Pace and Brazilian gultarlst-coaposer

'the projects.: How can,I get.my folks to move? and pushed me all up into the lockers at school. He called me require bleaching proc.... She been reserved only for a queen. Luis Henrique.
Proud some bad names and .&IeI1 wasn't any good. Now Pm ashamed probably used a black stain prepared The Victorian woman who Sonny Suit, the granddaddy of them all, still acts like a farmer .
to go to school because the kids were standing all around and from leeches. wanted to avoid dangerous substances on stage. I guess this is one of the reasons so many people":
'nITS NOT TOUR PROBELM. Your problem is trying to'flg- heard him say all that stuff. Recalled twice but I wouldn't talk Hair dyes before the twentieth boiled potato pedtngs love him very dearly.'No affectations, no false fronts, Just
,are out why you act stuck up. If you don't, then figure! out why to him. I think be wanted to apologize but Pm not sure. What were made of vegetable an Iron pot and strained them rich pulsating, melodic Jail at its very best.
the kids say youdoT Maybe'if you moved, the kids would still should I do? eentury metallic salts, hard to through a doth for brown dye. All In all, It was a good show. If the weather had been nicer,
say you acted stuck up. Had you thought of that? Now, If you Battered and citen very dangerous She had to sit In the sun to fix the we feel the attendance would have been greater. There was

don't really! Itt like they say cane! maybe they just want. your boy friend needs some lessons manners. to used health Creeks such as who the wantedto quicklime color too the, and stain then off her rub skin and scrub and something on the show for everyone, and everyone who did at'
to give you a hard time. If you It without getting! upset, It seems to me that be is not someone who know bow to act. No be blonde.by Saffron was also to off get everything else her -hair tend left feeling that they had been fully entertained.
maybe they'll let youalone alter awhile. People trv to make differences matter how mad he was, he should not have gotten out in public used for blonde shades. During touched later. f whlsh: I could say that for a lot of shows 1_have seen recently)
everywhere. They try to say these people are better cr and acted like that. Maybe you should let him apologize to you the Renaissance bleach alum, The price of beauty was highIn
worse than some other people. The thing is, 11 you try you can somewhere near the lockers so that the kids will bear him and black sulphur and honey wu the "good old days". Todayan ter
act Just like the people who are called the best people. 1fee'don't you won't feel so ashamed. However, most of (he time when popular. The leaves of the henna Inexpensive; package of color
try, you can Just act like the people who are called the people act like that, nobody believes what they are saying plant was an old favorite for dy capsules, In the exact shade you! Singer Dorothy Donegan, while working at the Ad Lib in Milwaukee :
worst. After you choose the way you want to act and the way y eu People think they are Just loud and ignorant.tf1lttrtl log the hair red or ,olden brown. want, gives only .pleasure.. and learned she has the inside track for a movie on the'
want to look,don/t let It worry you if everybody doesn't like; you. India Ink walnut shells chamomile beautiful hair.Court life of Billle Holiday. The singer-pianist, whose backgroundIs
'Nobody likes.everybody., flowers, Indigo leaves, bay steeped the classics, Is also one ci the most soulful female
rum, orange peel were mixed separately Upholds pianists la the country. She Is currently working tilt

rrr1r111rt DEAR LONNIE: rYe been taking dancing for seren years. Pm with metals and minerals Americana In San Juan, Puerto RIco, for two weeks.
to produce various hair shades.
still In high school but I'd like to drop out and try to get a Job These haphazard preparations Negro Applicants
DEAR LONNIE:' When went to the school dance the other day, dancing. I want to mate a career out of dancing and the longerI too often also produced baldness See you! Among the Stars............
this real good-looking boy kept dancing with me. He acted like wait, the harder it will be. My parents think I should stay in scalp rash or blindness If they got NEW YORK-(NPI)- ''Negro
be really liked me. found out his name is Edward, but I don't school and I can't convince them that they arebehlnd the times. In the eyes.Looking. applicants' high scores on an
think he knows my name and 1Ie'. not la any of my classes. Don't yon agree with me? back from fortunate apprenticeship test in the.sheet.meWlDdustrJ
.What. should I do to let him (know Pm Interested him? Dancer century where hair coloring u have been.
Fluttery easy, quick and safe as openinga upheld by State Supreme Court WAMEDIAL
ought to at least finish high school. If you.keep taking dancing Noreen Color Rlnsecapsule Judge William C. Hecht, Jr.
TRY TO RUN INTO accidentally in the balL Then say hello you'll keepinpracttceanditwon'thurtyoor They teach mix Ing with nothing but pur.w.ler.llaeemeamulngth.two The ease, brought by the State

and ask how bt'.been. Then you could tell him you really enJoyed dancing college, so evidently some dancers goon to I. a r amore and would have Commission for Human Rights,
too
dancing with him and say you're looking forward to the after they finish high school. Are you snrethe only reason en dared( submit men their)tresses to such defended the high scores earnedby
next dance. Also tell him your name,and if you get the chance,. you wart to drop out Is to start your career? chancy dyes. 26 Negroes on their entrance -
your telephone,!number. That ought to do It, It he's interested. The wont pan 01 hair coloring examination for the
rrr/r . To launder white shoelaces without apprenticeship training program : 1260'f
of Local 28 of the Sheet' .
tangling or lost, put them Into Omega Psi Phi .Fraternity
Your-professional beautician an old nylon stocking,tie hat both Metal Workers International

knows the answer. .. ends with,a and"white drop load.it Into" the washer Holds District Regional Meet Association.The union had propose to invalidate -'' FLORIDA'SRHYTHM :

.' the tests taken by the
WEST PALM BEACH-The 30th Annual Seventh District young men last Nov.12 because t tk tkV
Can hair be damaged Regional Meeting of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity will be held many of the Negro applicants
your here March 23-23. with headquarters centrally located at the who had received special tutoring -
West. Palm Beach Library Lecture Room scored exceptionally
from brushing alone? The George Washington ana Elementary high.
School get
acqua.InJed
Holiday Inn Hotels in the area ; In his ruling Judge Hecht.
of the headquarters will house party; Friday, reglstration said that the contention thaiwhite
All hair-becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural the members and their families.. second and third applicants were disadvantaged ,
elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals Im- Kappa Upsilon Chapter has plenary sessions, 7:30 p.m., because. Negro and
properly used also take their toll...not to..mention simple attempts i announced that one of the district banquet and formal Puerto Rican candidates were R
at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of founders Edgar A. Love, will dance; Saturday, final plenary tutored II, "novel but uncon l
natural bristles. The results are brittleness breakage dry and be In attendance participate ;.session. vincing." '
The and Queries u
dull looking hair. In of the members
many aspects pro- "The expectation that applicants
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles. gram. He will serve as a the Palm Beaches are working will come to an apltltude
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair panelist discussing the con.ventlon -; bard In preparation of many test totally unaware of. the
that give it body lustre and protection. And trained beauticians theme, "Reality, Reason .actlvites for the visiting delegates mysteries which await them Is,.
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition Beauty Pack Treatment and Responsibility and Quettes. In this test cOOIClOUI...world

for overcoming brittleness dryness and breakage. .. e Fundamentals 4i the Greet HELP FIGHT of ours, a perhaps noble but '
leaving hair lively and easy to manage, condition is an easy.to-;! Society." CANCER ,Indeed naive wish". '
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical hlllti ,, Other'peift fplDts on pro-, & BLUES
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been I gram will be H. Albion Ferrell, ,-,
previously relaxed condition Is the ultimate in repairing dee grand chaplain, who will make
down damage. And, when time is a factor for their customers;' the keynote address; Dr. C. L.
hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew'-the lotion conditioner Dennard, banquet speaker PhotographerMARYCOBB
that penetrates so fast many think of it as an Instant Cashes W. Richardson and Attorney ROLLINSP.O. RADIO STATION
''r t conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician Clairol Charles F. Wilson from :
Hair Dew adds body softens and gives glowing new look to''' the Atlantic Regional Office \
: your hair that many friends will notice and admire. Equal Employment Opportunity Box 232
WMIMSpotlight ,
t'' Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. ; Commission; Dr. J.T. Brooks, Phone 226-2645 ,

But damage to every woman's hair comes from.sd many other, .Product 'district representative and "WHAMMY
causes that all human hair ((Including wigs) needs to be re- other district officers. 707 Lester Street
.'v'talized' periodically. Visit your professional beadtician and ask The tentative schedule of
this expert to check the condition of your hair. Ot The Week activities Is: Thursday, regis- Thomasville, Georgia" .
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. .tratloo and first plenary IN: MIAMI"
session district talent hunt
C CUrol lite.seer Courtesy of Claliol Ino., TM "Miami, Florida ;
program at 8 p.m., Roosevelt.




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Track SIAC Basketball Champs Rattlers Begin --CAMPUS NEWSALBANTGeJx ---


Eaters BWI Races
,Baseball SeisonTALLAHASSEE

GftAUBUNG, La.-(NH)> -- a
Lennox Yearwood sophomore ,-Good pitchIng -
half-mller at Grambllng college is a certainty for the 19(7.

flew to Polnte-a-Pierre, Florida AIM Rattlers baseball
Trinidad last week to participate team, but good hitting remains
In the 1967 Southern Track a question mark as the Rattlers'
and Field Games prepare for a 28-gune schedule
y'
The International field will y'y. I that will see them play five
Include athlete from the IMfed borne games in three days beginning -

States, Europe, the Unwed I Thursday March 16,
Kingdom and the Caribbean against West Virginia Stab
lands. College.

Conceivably, a 1600-meter relay According bead coacbCosta
match between the United Kitties, "we'll be able to get
States and Trinidad will pro the ball over the plate, and at I
duce the meef most inspired 1e this stage our defense looks I

effort, as the race pits world ready for action However, k 9 9LJ
record.units for the mile and we're going to miss Carl Champion I
metric mile.Yearwood and Richard Williams at
was a member of the batters box." Top returning
the record-shattering Trinidad hitters for the Rattlers are I
quartet that established world Grant Talbot who batted 300
mark of 302.8: in the British and Theodore Taylor who batted
Empire games last summer. I 405. Taylor played in only 11
Last week In the Grumbling games. After Taylor comes
Up-off meet, he display great Thomas Lomax: with 278 and
promise In his !specialty of Chico Arenas with 270.
posting 150.6 In the 880. Sooth n>* Ernest-- Lee- Dream. ..
Bradenton who struck out 49
rely Nora Davis of Orlando, Fla, was
batters in 45 innings and bad
M.D. Advises Soap selected as the best dressed coed on the campus at Albany
an earned run average of 2.51
To Wash Out Ear Wax heads a strong pitching staff State College recently. .
Was Davis senior special education major, was one of
4 a
While wax is a natural :: :: that led the Rattlers to a 18-'
protective the four finalists in a campus-wide contest sponsored by'the
season lastear. Lee won four
inbstance for delicate ear T -- II" .-- college's Student Publications Board She has been entered -
tnembranes, It is far safer to washout games with no losses in seven in a nationally sponsored contest to select the Ten \,
any excess with soap, water, starts Bobby Thompson of St.
and a washcloth than to "dig" it 1967 SIAC CHAMPIONS-Nine members of the FAMU Rat na, Fla., Captain Freddie Robins,, Pensacola Fla.. Larry Petersburg also won four games Best Dressed College Girls in the United States.
out in any manner.A tlers' basketball team display their championship trophy Bowen, Palmetto, Fla., Ernest Jones, Green Cove Springs, but los two. Together Lee and Selected on the basis of good taste, an intelligent interestin
noted medical advisor explains and cape. The Rattlers won their 10th SIAC Championship Fla., and Clarence Allen, Gary, and Kneeling, left to right: Thompson represent two of the appearance good looks and good grooming Miss Davis
this Is all that it needed in 33 years Standing, left to right: Dennis Jackson, Newark, Charles Estes,.Gary, Ind. and Tony Shelton, South Bend, Ind. strongest starters in the was declared the winner of Albany State's best dressed
in most cases. If further treat- NJ., Larry Stead, Cambridge, Mae, Alfred Lawson, Havan- S1AC. Freshman Ronald Mack, contest by a panel of Judges composed of faculty and students.
ment is required, it is wise to Kenneth Rinant and Glenn Mrs Thomas Miller Jenkins, n serve:! as chairman of the
consult a doctor. selection commute.
Francis have also been Impressive -
Spring Turkey Gobbler in early A 5'4",108 pound senior who expects to graduate in June
NAACP Seeks FBI practice
Nora professes a likeness for skirts and blouses and solid
drills.
colored dresses that 'bt- set off simple Jewelry.Her .
can by
1 A duel for the
HI.IIRI Season Begins startingposltlon Interests cultural music and sports
Probe Of Shooting at shortstop between Alfred are programs, ,
HorioVs especially "racehorse" basketball A member of the Alpha
TALLAHASSEE Washington and Robert Jackson -
UCLA's Alcindoris statewide spring turkey gobbler key season in Alachua,Madisonand PRATTVILLE, ALA. .... The has added a little spice to Kappa Sorority, she is Interested in working in community
hunting season will open Suwannee counties, or in NAACP has requested that the Rattler practices Both players programscontribution provide for the individual to make
one-half hour before sunrise, that portion of Columbia County Justice Department investigate have demonstrated the ability to themselves and the community.
fake.I' south of State Road 240 and west of Nora lives with her mother, Mrs Mary Davis, at Carver
that to
a Saturday, March 11, In portion law enforcement agencies make plays from difficult:
southof of State Road 47. fatal Court in Orlando, Fla. When queried on her future plans,
of the state located Prattville, Ala., and the positions and both have good
Turkey hunters will be required back of she said, "Right now, I am only concerned about graduatingin
State Road 50. The season shooting In the a Negro arms. Talbott should have the
Alcindor greets with a to a valid buntIng June However, I am interested in going to graduate school
you north of State Road 50 will open possess by a white police lieutenant. third base slot sewed op and
curt "NO COMMENT". He'sa license and when bunting to the next year to work on an advanced degree in special education
two week later on March 25. In a telegram sent Charles Hangman will $ at
methodical plastic man., basketball He's a cold, According W.T. McBroom, on a wildlife management area U.s. Department of Justice the second. Arenas will be 'bbl: and then, perhaps, to later get married and raise a family.
ma
chine. Chairman of the Game and the hunter must have a manage- Rev K. L. Bufoid, Alabama utility man ready to fill in at

Don't you believe It. This Fresh Water Fish Commission ment area permit. field director for the NAACP, almost any position. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
month's Sport Magazine hunting will be allowed from The following wildlife man- said "murder charges allegedly '
slices through maze of ont-half hour before sunriseto agement areas will be open for placed against two NegroesIn Coach Simply The National Science Foundation bas awarded a grant to I
UCLA red tape and gets to 12 noon of each open day. the t turkey gobbler bunting season the fatal shooting of one white the University of Chicago which will finance: a program
the heart of the man. Hunters may take gobblers only March 11-26: J.W. Cor- man seem highly irregular." designed to strengthen the teaching of high school mathematics -
Pick up Sport and focus in on the real Lew Alcindor, with a dally bag of one and a bett, Avon Park, Richloam, and The the NCAA Finals and 17 other authoritative in depth season limit of two., a ,portion. of the Fisheatlng 42, and Charles Raspberry, 42, 20 teachers and 160 students from Chicago
articles on the college and pro sports scene. Pick up The springturkey gobbler season Creek. The Avon Park area both of Prattville, were arrested Fred Hobdy couches his public high schools will take part In the program planned.
on what's happening behind the will close at noon, March win be open for Sunday hunting in connection with the words in cautious style on most and operated by the University's Graduate School of Education

facts sale April Sport Magazine now 5 P ort 26, in that portion of the state only. ___ slaying Feb. 14 of white auto- subjects, is but'star when guard the James conversation and the Chicago Board of Education.

on Fin Mopli...he 1.f located south of State Road 50. Shower bathers can keep a clean mobile dealer William Cran- Jones he usually prevails with After a preliminary training program, the teachers will conduct -
The northern part of the state towel dry and within easy reach more, 43, also of Prattville. classes with the selected students for six weeks. In the
casual banter and humor.
will close at noon, April 9.There by dropping it into a zippered Mr. Huffman bad been arrested good autumn, the teachers will return to their high schools where
will be .no spring tur plastic pillowcase suspended from In a Veterans Hospital The Grumbling College sourdough they will teach courses based on their summer experience.
the showeftod.! : 9 I'. steps out of character to
: :
. ". ? in Montornery-: on the murder salaam in mock Thanksgivingeach : Scientists and mathematicians at the University of Chicago
charge. He was being treated sired as teachers and consultants in the course planning and
:'::" : '::':} >::. ... :.. : .. .....:.. :.::.. ; SHOP there for a bullet wound sustained time the name is mentioned in seminars for the high school teachers. They also are a
: : : AT POOR
; : ; while his
: ;; .: '' KIPWAREHOUSE adding own
;!!!!lfirt iiiJ;!!! !: during a dispute with evangelism to All-American .in seminars for the high school teachers. They also are advisors -
J Mr. Cranmore over an automobile in weekly meetings with the high school teachers
hutzahs for his stlckout
(-6
tt/4! : ,:: : STORE mortgage on his car. senior during the school year Consultants from the Board of Ed-
,,':!ii=):. : According to Warren S. Reesea ace.Jones ucation's Department of Curriculum oversee the organization -
5rlfPP. :.., ., 3000 W. 45th ST. Montgomery lawyer who represents is having a positively of the course
it
phenomenal season andltdeen'ttake
'c Mr. Huffman, Mr.
: < : Raspberry emerged from the an imaginative genlous to VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE
'PRICES /IN THIS AD. next-door apartment on Easy recognize his all-star credentials. -

:The store that 'cares..about: : : Street in Prattville during,thefatal Dr. Mary E. V. Hunter who served at Virginia State College

..; : : ..' .. :. :. .<';:.;you ? ; ARE 6000 THROUGH' dispute between Mr.Cran- He's an aggressive type with from 1931-1935 as head of the department and later director
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:: probably the greatest assortment -
1 t' more and Mr. Huffman of the School of Rome Economics, died recently in Peters
SATURDAY, MARCH II.FLOCANE Mr. Raspberry, who was taken of shots in the country.In burg.

to the Prattbllle police station his characteristically blunt She is survived by two sons: Dr. J.U. Hunter of Petersburg
for manner, Hobdy calls him "the and Dr. Theodore Hunter of
questioning later in the Tyler, Texas; one grandaughter;
: evening, was shot in the back Batman of college basketball. and two great grandchildren

OR DIXIE CRYSTALS __i_____,.. UP VACUUM PACKCOFFEE by Police Lieutenant Kenneth 25.3 He is difficult to defend as his Dr. Hunter js a graduate of Prairie View AtM College,
lUlL scoring average Indicates Prairie View, Texas: She received her master's degree
,Police Chief O.C. Thompson In 22 d'me this.season. be. from Iowa State College and was awarded an honorary Doc;'
said that Mr. Raspberry was has popped in 544 points. Last tor of Laws degree from Texas College.
shot by Lieutenant Hill while season James scored 596 point She came to Virginia from Texas where she was first Negro
fleeing from the police station for a 25.9 average while leading woman to be appointed as leader of Extension Service She
Rev Buford said Raspberry the Tigers to the Southwestern was a member of the Women's State Federation, State Interracial
!bad given: a different version Athletic Conference title and a Commission in Texas She wrote the bill which
\ in an affidavit signed shortly third-place finish la the NAIA was passed by the legislature: to provide funds to begin a
\5 IB. BAG 38C before his death. National Tournament state training school for dependent and delinquent Negro
Rev Buford also urged the The Tattulah hotshot earneda girls: devised a plan for purchasing county recreation parks
Justle Department to investigate first-team spot on the all- in various sections of Texas, and organized Home Economics
the arrest of four Negro tournament team. Week on a state-wide basis.
(LIMIT 1 WITH $J5.00 2 .18. CAN 129SUGAR youth charged with assault with Because of his brilliance asa
scorer his other
Intent to murder last year while skills are
OR MORE ORDER) fcst. ttatftr"> "defending themselves against sometime overlooked. POLAR PESTThe
attack by whites." Jones Is also an excellent furthest
south at which any insect has been found is
These defendants, Rev.Buford dribbler who makes good use 77"S ((900 miles from the South Pole) in the Case of
dald, bad been released on bond of body fakes, and is especially (order Collembola). a IIprintall ,-
I FRESH JUICY OR1N6ESORANGES and Identical charges were impressive u a feeder and g-
PURE VEGETABLE
SHORTENING playmater in
again lodged 'Pfnstthem while Grambllng's high-
BO Disposition sans been made ly retarded fastbrMk. IOn
SNOWDRIFT of the original complaint. one of his numberous trips
Ar to Grambl rag, Detroit Piston LAYAWAYFOR '.
scout Earl Lloyd labeled Jones

r Dillard Cager another coach on the floor

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RJttfiT of Dillard University, was last fast-break downcourt.
Pace week awarded
the "Athlete of

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SANDWICH SLICED of Foreign Wars New York and immediate star-
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DASH ting! 50 points In a game between Jones looms big in plans of
Dillard and Philander Smith the new American Basketball SIMS UtIIUIS"SKIES SUB-HEN

and for consistent high point Association where three clubs
I.I B scoring In all game He was reportedly are ready to discuss nun NYLONS
GIANT reportedly offered a $UOOOO packagd contracts in the
59c .EAc contract to play with the American 1100,00 range as soon as the S miDIS i CHINS'am
PXG. Basketball Association. .season ends. 1 1095 ,
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I Negro Teams Take High! School Basketball Championships In 3 States .


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Tan Cage Stars Little Leaguer Called Out Gibbs High Jars Terry Parker Bonavena To Fight


t. To Take State Championship' Clay In Tokyo

Lead All-State Basketball teams from predominately Negro high schools BUENOS AIRES- Argentine
in three southern states won major state high school basket heavyweight Oscar Bonanza
P 1 AI ball tournaments has agreed to ftptworldcIwD-
4 plait Cassia Clay in Tokyo May
Selection List An overflow crowd Jammed denied permission to participate 1'?.
,the University of Florida gymnasium In the national Negro cage "This Is what I have always
two to watch Gibbs High meet this year, because of an wanted," Bonavena said.
selected by
Metro stars led the list of players
prep School of St Petersburg representing
FHSAA ride against high school "I know ITs far from home
teams.
"all-star"
different for positions on
groups IH of the
Region but I I
participating In out-of-state can't miss this chance,
Leader of,till mythical team Florida High School Activities tournament. said the BeaUe-halred boxer.
elected by the FloiMaSporf 'Boone and Mike Scott Writers Association was 6- round out the first fiver High of Jacksonville the Into,the Georgia Tech Coliseum $ZOOOO offer to fight Floyd
foot-8, 18 year old Howard Even'though Elbert Crumb atGtbbs Region n representative by t In Atlanta each night of the Patterson Bonavena reportedly -
Porter of Sarasota Booker, an only played part of the' score of 69-55. Gibbs advanced five day tournament to watch will get $50,000 for the
all-Negro high schoo. Porter final game, be was unanimous to the final round by defeating the best high schools of the Clay bout
was selected u Florida's 1966- choice of writers and broadcasters Curley High in a thrill packed' state of Georgia play. Two all Clay will defend his world
67 High School Player of the covering the state 67-65 overtime tilt the previous Negro teams met In the finals title against Zora Foley at.
Year by the ports writer. This Class AA Tourney at the University night Gibbs woo the for the fhamptonfhp.South Fulton title against Zora FoUey
honor Is tanamount to being at Florida Cyril Bap-, FLU Negro) championship High School from Eastport at the Madison Square Garden
named the best high school date, star Junior player from last year and placed third ID was beaten soundly by Beach March 22."leant .
fogtpftttii player In the state. Miami Curley and Johnny Cay Jthe Negro National High High of Savannah, 94-54 for the tell yon Pll kill hits
Many veterans acclaim the of Curley were the other tan School Tournament Coach title. This was the first time because he is the champ'
soft-spoken young' giant u the stars selected for the all. :: Freddie Dyles sought and,was all-Negro teams had played In Bonavena said "But you are
best high school basketball tournament team. either the Florida or Georgia going to know who Is Bora-
,player ever produced Florida. -; Todd Lallch of Jacksonville 8' Gridders tournaments.In .
Coach Bruce Hale calls, Terry Parker a nearunaniousselection TAGGED-Uttle League balfclayers, sponsored by the Astro Cent Club are seen going Negro Tennessee Pearl High
him "further advanced than and Van Glnter of: through their early spring training and try-out for teams, currently taking place at the School of Nashville won the vena.ARMY
Rick Barry," the National Daytona Beach Mainland were Simon Johnson Recreation cent.r. Kenneth Brown Is seen putting Ronald Davis out u Selected In Draft' Tennessee State Riga School I \
Basketball Association Rookie the other picks. he didn't make it In tlme...so the Ump calls him "out". Tournament championshipThis RESERVE

o( the year In 1966, and likens Little League Teams For Pro leaguesA marked the third time
him to Lew Alcindor when the teams from predominately
UCLA AU-Amerlcan In high UPGA To Sponsor Memorial 100 Motorcycle bevy of Negro football stars Negro schools participated.. Watch
.. Holding Try outs led by giant All-American,Bub-
More than 100() major colleges ba Smith, were among the first Terrell May Need This Clown
offered him scholarships and Julia Bacon, President of the For Cliff Harrington In June Riders EnteredIN eight players selected In the
more than 25 major college Astro-Crents Men Club has an- first combined player draft of 31 88 -91
coaches cited him u one of nouced the beginning spring ,WASHINGTON, D.C_The Board of Directors of the United the National and American Professional More Eye Surgery
the top tin cage prospectsin training for the Astro Little Professional Golfers Association meeting here In executives Classics Football Leagues 41. 33. 17 I II
America. League Baseball Team.' session last weekend scheduled April 15-lt u a meet-and- Smith, of Beaumont Texan WASHINGroNHea""elgbt
Porter led Sarasota Bookerto Over 300 boys from ages 9 play period for Its members and friends while Inviting Interested DAYTONA BEACH The 110 and the 1966 College Lineman; Ernie Terrell revealed Monday
27 regular season victories to 12 are now trying out for amateurs to participate In the one day tournament, expert competitors entered for of the Year with the Michigan that he may have to undergo 5
and the No. 1 state ranking places on the twelve teams set for Langston Golf Course Sunday April.I the 26th running of the Daytona State Spartans was the No. 1 another operation to repair
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In the weekly Miami Herald the Astros sponsor (very year. According to josepn wutfleld, oers-get-iogemer event to DS 200 at Daytona International pick and was selected by the damage to his eye against the 5 2
poll at state sportswrlters. Last season the league ended DPGA president, the membersof played over the beautiful Lang Speedway next Sunday Include Baltimore Colts of the NFL. top rope championship fight with
Statistics dolt regal his complete with mgr. "Bo" Williams' his arganlsatloa are being don links in Northeast Wash 15 riders who have won AMA; Smith stands 6'7" and weighs Casslus Clay. 7 3
domination of the game. team, the New Deal Cabs taking invited to Wasbinton for a meetIng ington on Sunday, April 16. Mr jWhltfield National Championship racesIn 283 pounds. He Is 21 years of "I'm going to see my doctorIn
He averaged 87 points and 25 eight prizes and the first place on Saturday evening, April and the UPGA board the pastWinning age a few days and see what be 51 17 1524171S
rebounds per game and blocked .trophy. 15. In order that the group expressed hope that all mem one of these races The No.lpict..AU-Amerl. says, Terrell told newsmen. -
from 6 to 12 opponent's shots. Above in training are left to might consider various programs hers of the association, as well only 12 to 15 are run each, can running back Clint Jones He presumably meant the
Porter selected t four year right Kenneth Brown and Ronald which the UPGA board u professional golfers who year-tamps a rider u one also from Michigan State. 'PhIladelphia doctor who performed -
scholarship from Villanova because Davis at home base for has formulated and to make are prospective members of having the equipment, the skill, Jones, a speedy 0 foot, 201 the operation following
of the Pennsylvania the out. plans for the organization'sfirst the organization will avail and the daring to win any race pounds halfback, gained L921 his Houston fight against Clay Sometimes'. Sometimes"
schooPs Interest in his academic Boys who are Interested In major tournament venture themselves of the meeting and -even the Daytona 200, with yards during his college car er. He's Down He Adds Up, Subtracts
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welfare. the team spring training may The Cliff Harrington tournament Trophies; will be its punishing demands on both Steve Spurrier, the University He works It all ,
Ace Charlie Greene around
Other fast team selections call 765-29)3 or 768-3200 for Memorial Tournament, to beheld to amateur men and wo- man and, machine. of Florida's Helsman Trophy
were Elbert Crumb of St. Petersburg : information. In Baltimore, Ml, early given None of the 15 can be overlooked winner was the No. 3 draft 111 -32-05
Gtbbs and Johnny Gay Donations for equipment are In June.A UPGA was organized In the when seeking a winner choice and was selected by the May Shed Mustache
at Miami Cur ley, both Negroes. needed and donors are asked to 31,000-purse will be offered District of Columbia en'May of the closing and feature event San Francisco 49ers of the COMING ATTRACTIONS
David ,Chadwick, of Orlando. can the same numbers. la the 18 hole UPGA mem- 25, 1965 u a non-profit cor' 'of the Dayton Motorcycle ClasElci. nfl. DETROIT-ttebraska's Charlie -
Donation to be devoted to the Th es eriders chamninnnhtn Floyd Little, Syracuse All- Greene may have to shave 21 -24.139
.. improvement of the status and .Bart Marl Flint, American and star back of the off his mustache and shed his
stature of professional golfers Mich., present cham- Gator Bowl was I drafted by the eye glasses If he hopes to MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
who compete primarily In pica; Dick Mann, Richmond, Denver Broncos of the AFL become the fad three-time
Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans tournaments sponsored br the Calif.; Ralph White, Torrance, and was the No. 6 pick. Little, Individual winner In the NCAA
United Golfers Association and Calif.; Dick. Hammer Lake- holder of,the Gator,Bowl rushing Indoor track and field championships. ,
its affiliated units. The group's wood Calif.; Mert,LawwUl, I record, was the greatest run "
J membership 'Cooperates "with "San Francisco Calvin Rayborn, ,ner'L the history! of Sfracust., 'Crean.*iL be-one of a bevyof Health"Man's'' Days are Numbered. -
local amateur golf clubs In the San Diego, Ronnie Rail; Mans football which produced Immortals big name college track stars and Fortune Can"BlYours
handling of tournaments and in field, Ohio; Roger Reiman, Jimmy Brown and the who will gather in Detroit this When You Know Your
the promotion of youth development Kewanee, Ilk, three times win late Ernie Davis. weekend at Ccoo Hall. Lucky Days.Lucky .
+f programs. ner of the 200, Buddy Elmore, Mel Farr, running bact'from Greene won the 60 yard dash
In, addition to Mr. Whltfleld, El Paso Tex., 1966 winner of UCLA and an All-Conference in 6.1 seconds u sophomore ', Colors, etc.
p i. 4 Washington,, D.C., the officersof the race; George Roeder, Mon- selection was picked by Detroitof In 1965 and repeated last year Send $2.00 for your
Horoscope Guide for
the association are William roeY11le, Ohio; Gary Nixon, the NFL u the No. 7 choice.
ry' Bishop vice president'PhIladelphia I Baltimore Md.; Fred Nez,Milwaukee and Gene Washington, offensiveend MARCH
Pa., Moss H. Kendrlz, Wise and 1elllCeeD, from Michigan State was THREE THINGS must be remembered
executive vice president,Washington Azuza, Calif. drafted No. 8 by the Minnesota when teaching Fill In the blank below and
D.C., Gordon Charts, The competition is not limited Vikings of the NFL. school Know your stuff, know mall to ZODIAC Post Office
secretary, and Walter Stewart, to his select group, however; Five of the first eight draftees whom you art fluffing, and then Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla.
treasurer, both of Baltimore,, A rider given a great chance were Negroes and three were fluff them elegantly. Catholic, ..
MeL, Samuel Mcllvaln corresponding to win the $13,000 race, which from the nationally ranted Digest-February. NAME .
secretary Washington -! rants u the most important Michigan Slate team of the Big STREET I. .1.
D.C., and Zeke Hartsfleld,' bike event In the country Is Ten. JOIN THE DATE: OF BIRTH
chapllan, New York City Other Michael Duff of Toronto, MARCH OF DIMES Mo. Day
board members are Ted a member of the Yamaha team.
Rhodes, Joe Flowers, Robert Duff was runner-up to Phil
,Simms, Willie Brown and Howard Read of England for the 250
Wheeler, all well-known( cc title In 1965. and It" Jhe,
red K f golf personalities. first European Grand Prix
Mr. Kendrlz, who heads The' rider"to" compete in tne'iwy-
Moss H. Kendrlz Organization,. tona ZOO He will have Tony
the association's public relations Murphy of W. Covina, Calif.,
and promotion firm, u a teammate
"" recently assumed the role of Duff is no stranger to the
A r UPGA executive vice presidentby Speedway circuit He rode hereIn
17 in'aria appointment of the body's the 250 ce USMC-FDIorld
board of directors. Elrado championship race In 1965, and
r Dr. Daniel Hale Williams (1858.1931) ;Long Patterson, IW. was finished second. He knows the
'named UPGA tournament di1' ,high banks u the flat, tricky
rector while Mr. Mcllwalnwas Infield road
given the additional responsibility The AMA Classics get under
of liaison representative. way Friday with the 100milerace
He performed the first for amateurs. On Saturday .
,, Registration for the April 13, : the novices will go 71 .
successful heart operation. tournament will be $25.00 for :miles, :and will be followed DUFF k..f RUYFR '
pros $6.50 for men amateurs by the combined field of -
I : : amateurs-experts In the 100-
I I mIler for 250 class bikes.
On a cold, windy night in 1893, s tether enough money for an education Blessing! blessing! cc
man was rushed to Chicago's Provident Dan put himself through a local scad' ,

Hospital with a knife wound a fraction From The man born with the gift,Rev:
of an inch from his heart. Wisconsin he went to Chicago Roosevelt Franklin of Macon,
On duty was the hospital's young and with the help of a prominent family. Georgia It is through God that,
founder, Dr. Dan Williams. Instead of Dan Williams entered Northwestern I can remove all evil conditions.:
administering the usual sedatives and Medical School graduated in 1883 ,some questions you may wish
prayers, Dr. Williams summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's to know. 10
his colleagues to help him make history. Southside.
It Will a long shot. X-rays, sulphur- In 1891 Williams founded the Provident DO YOU NEED MONEY? 4
drugs,blood transfusion day surgical Hospital, the first Infirmary opennecessities IS MY. SICKNESS NATURAL?
,were little. known medical to all patients and physicians, regardless CAN MY HUSBAND STOP Y + r
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the first successful heart operation And Washington to reorganize and head the DRINKING {er-
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sucgeon, the man might have died Freedmen into departments, collected
within the hour. "Sewed up the human a staff of twenty specialists, and created They, call me the (RootmanX) +,
heart", headlined a Chicago newspaper. the beginnings of a nursing school. But 1 am only* servant of
That hospital operating room war a Under William administration, this God Because God is the s ,
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long way from the small frame house once primitive institution housed in six answer tor all lifts problems. 'wr
outside Pittsburgh,where Dan was born* pro-Civil War buildings, soon becameBy I am the King of all Day
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had died and his mother had deserted. Every time another heart operation selected Bible verses. To be \
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O. Boll 239, Dept. S Gary "Your Social Security.
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PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. public service to iUmanr readers -
DEfltDRES"HURT? Is making this space
Store rwtlltlt. btti't1ttl.ltntur'ClllII.rt. ''available each week so that yon
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about law which affects
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19.n'IINGS IOU n.3.1216'' :ipa'ca"Mr::: : .r.a.t:; : ; :; every man, woman and

MAID$. tt"".' '"" I,O-I'rli reefKIrMIII/i-at' 1aIJL.. II/ '==-r..J,......c 'hilid odlirnecmtbfg country. directly

$15JfIJt' Here you will find, answersto
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such questions as: "Do I
Top Jobs NOW, bestl ome.h1N. Ib have to have a birth certificate ,
CADILLACS.-BUICKS ,,Y. City, New Jersey. Friendly ?' "I am a house worker,

CONTINENTALS PONTIACS fun11Ie. Faresentrusbtefer., i Can I?"pay and my"111 own Social Security
s malamute
66 Cadillac Sedan DeVille .. ........$4685 (,.lICe .FREE GIFT :! 'NEIP'NI' inD I than! $1500, do I lose all my1'
WAII""NTY." .
III THIS ONI. ft Ton DIXIE AGEINCY '
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65 Cadillac Calais I .........$3n5 MAIDS N. Y. SLEEP. benefits
LOADED I\ Nle. Ala uroeNo.Ti, iD: f300 w.' 40th St., N. Y. C. D pt. J01fS, ss'laries to $8S fare 'When Lionel L. Hampton played a Jazz Concert at. Bethune-Cookman Here you will find the stories

65 CADILLAC COUPE DeVillE $379,5 m; 'advanced, Rush rel1rences' ;1 College this week, he held an impromptu audition during a rehersal of real people how they goo

NOPTHtNIs' CAP SNAP1UTTIK' MURKY O. IT hone number. ABLE 1WtS. Of the anxious voices, he.listened to Social Security benefits,, and
WON'T eE HEAI AIII CONDItIONED. earlier in the day, many
63 Cadillac Coupe . .. .. .. ......$1595 ,AGENCY, 161 N. MAIN,FREE. and liked was Sandra "Gatlin, a sophomore from Tampa, Florida.. He what the benetltsmeanttolbem:
66 Continental . . .. . .$4395 .PORT. N..Y his Miss Gat1in's performance with You'll learn something of the
to with band. work the
ONO. PATOKYWARKANTY.FACTOKYIKIC.CAK." invited her sing people la the Social
66 BUick ONLY/aMILES Special. ... ... $2395 'HErr I l'ANtE', the orchestra on the night of t concert was so outstanding she Security office do for you When
received a standing ovation and an encore Lionel Hampton said and If the Social Security law

65 PEOPLE., HIP WANtED she definitely has talent and could develop into a fine Blues Is changes changed here we'll explain the
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soloist the
65 Buick Electra 225. . . .. $2595 't1sIDr'.L1beral ''draw, liberal' .f.lIll le singer. Sandra is a music major and a in Your Social Security' ,office
MR CONDITIONED LOADED WITH EQUIPMENT A'NONIY. Bethune-Cookman College Concert Chorale. is located at 400 West
65 Pontiac Bonneville . . $2595 nim"lls100, N.1 wok, quick Street Ashley
.)NZ.,. THE HAIIO CLEA TOP,/!1ST.WHITI VINYL I51. AIR CONO. LOADI" pll'. You tatty $75 to $150 U TYPIST Jacksonville, Fla.

66 Chev. Super Sport ................ $259 .ywn "en Frbge benefits Powell Oi Wry(
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Mustanf! V-8 . .................. $2495 ':$Moncrief;;tor.13th. CtmATELyA'"D'Dp180 W P";AC.66 H
AIR CONo flONfO LOAOID. .'.,'I1\f.:...... Sports Te r AREA iIvi I 1
Martyrdom?
$5 Ford Galaxie 500 V8 . ......... $199. GUSH, SPELLING. .'I ParadeBy ,F k' !
t II MTO" Alit CONOITIONID. LOAOIO.
64 Olds 98 Ifolida v Sedan ......... $l995. Apply: FLORIDA STAR Continued from Page 1
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AIR CONOITIONfO. O I OW..... LIICI NIW. y 2323 Moocrlef'-. Jax Fla. NEGRO PRESS 1N'INTER'ATONAL Barmaids wore buttons reading COMBAT'AIR
65. Rambler v., AIR ONOITIONE.p.Wagon IOADID 990.,WOIITH. .MO".. ...t.... $1995' L E 0 S "Keep the Faith- Baby" Others FORCES WITH U., Vietnam S. -A1 r m an
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65 Ford :ountrby :Sedan .........."........ $199 HELP WANTED ,NAMED COACHSCCTrSDALE wore buttons saying, ds First Class Carleton E.Jefferson -
Ariiv-{NPO-Veteran first baseman Ernie: Powell Goes, So Goes Black aDd Mr..Edward
M Ford ITII'I( <'ast1ck .... .,......". ..........$129$ Se. Rearlal Banks, the greatest slugging shortstop in baseball history America." L. Jefferson, son of Mr of 1924. W. 13th St.,

Carl To Choose From Mile I last week, was named a player-coach for the Chicago Cube Harlem's million black citizens Jacksonville, Fla., his decorated -
Of Aq iid and joined Los Angeles Dodgers' Junior GIllIam u the only had become conscious of with the U.S.Air Force
WORKASREPORTER two Negro ever named to a major league coaching post a new power the Powell Issue Commendation Medal) at Blob

:R. S EVANS Is Our Ollr BlSlless WILL TRAIN :;REPORTER 4100,000 ANNUALLY had make given whites them angry: the and power afraid.to Thuy Airman AB,Jefferson Vietnam.was' awarded

ATLANTIt.-NPI-Cap1ta11dnc) on the record of one of "Tbere'. one good thing about the medal for meritorious service

934 E. Uilol SI. App,: FLORIDA STAR his ,best seasons in the major league slugging outfielder him, be seems to make the u a. communications
3rd & MAIN 2323 Moocr1ef Rd, i Hank ,Aaron of the Atlanta Braves demanded and received Caucasians very angry in whatever specialist at BlntCThay. Hewn
a two,year contract which will pay him $100,000 annually. he I says. Anytime the New cited for hLt outstaDdlneproteaIIooa1 -
EL 4-8382 Aaron, 33, who slugged 44 homers to top all National Leaguers York Times will spend so much skill and Initiative.He .
-in that category last season received about 182,500 editorial space blasting one man Is a member of the;. 1 r
HEAl In 1966 when he also hit .317 and drove in 127 runs. this man can't be all bad". a Force Communications ServiceIn
LUCIUS lEY resident told a Hayou-Act In. support of the Pacific Air

Minister of Muhinimari Mosque Sunday, March 19. Subject:. CUT IN PAY terviewer. Froces which provides s> 1 rpower

,.; .. ._ .. ,"Which Curds did Jesus BuUd1'! Steak P1D.ner WW be ,FORT LAUDERDALE Flay-{(NPI)-The salary d. T>e hfogglte ls located 435 W. Stab Strset. JtctsomtW; Fl>L Yankees catcher Dstai Howard was cut 'conditionally" from MM. "He's got his car and his r.DS'poatt 'A.
.$72,000 to a reported $62,000 in the aftermath a poor season boat and Us girls. He's a big fence posture In the Pacific and
MORE LOCAL for the Yanks in 1966. However,General Manager Lee McPhall man In the white world, and be conducts air operation. in
promised to give Howard part or all of the cut, depending on how spits in Mr. Charlie's.eye.'! Southeast Asks: -
,good season "Ellle" has this year, Powell was attaining his mar- Before his arrival InSoutheast
tyrdom by becoming what manyof Asia, he was,, assigned to the
ENDS TOUR his constituents would like 2045th Communications.Croup
0 MaJ ;i Margo LUSAKA Zambia(NPT- ecelvlng new of the death of a to be: a source of consternation at Andrews AFB, lid.
member of his family, ex-Olympic track star and globetrotting to whites. Or, simply recognized -' The airman 1s a 1959 graodateof
Palmist d. Advisor goodwill sports instructor Mal Whitfleld cut short a lect U somebody New Stanton Senior High
ure-training tour of the Copperbelt region to return to the United whether bad or good. School. -
She Advises on all Problems States recently.. However, Whitfield Is to return to Zambia The deposed Congressman His rie,Winifred,ls the daughter -
of low,Sickness and Busines. in May to complete an assignment in the Barotse province. also became symbolic of many of Mr. and Mrs. W
,a Karlemlte's hope of makinga .
HOURS 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. CLINCHES TITLE big hit one day and breaking *.* '

DAII.Y LORMAN, Miss.-(NPI>-Wlth James Kelly topscoring 33 ,out of constrictions of the system .
WINNERS Located l points for the victors, the Moors Braves recently clinched the blamed for keeping the U. S. AIR FORCES,Southeast ..
community down. 'Asia--Air man Rhird Class Win-
WINTER PARK FLORIDA Southwestern Athletic Conference basketball title with a 114-98
victory over Southern University, Baton Rouge La. Enroute to Powell had a nation's mInor- ;fred N.GrallaD,'son of Mr.; and
9.9 N. Orlando Ave. the title, Alcorn defeated Grambling Texas Sothern Prairie ity.behind him- tacking him all Mrs. Aaron Graham of 5370.
W:(Hi.Way 17.92 11.) View and Jackson-among other colleges-to finish the season the way In belief that be was ,Caner Circle :Vacksomrilto,
For'App1.. ..C.I., ....... with a 10-4 won-lost record. their redeemer their martyr 'Fla., Is now oodutyataTorwardU.
I I their free-swhtging champion S. Air Force combat base In
r1= v vJ WINS S5O.OO I unu f Super Stadium Southeast Asia .
Air man Graham,an air policeman

y'' Mr. Charles Conley, of Way- liyiiifcDfCQJMTHWS Ninth Wonder Of The World ? is a member of the Pad-
tic AIr Forces which provides
cross Ga. got a $50.00 winning
'cftenshe-detenslve a 1 r power
> Tigermo Ticket at Cleaning behind the refrlger for the U. B. and its allies In

Brown's Enco Servicenter, JACKSONVILLE SHIPYARDS or hat long been a chore forthe the Pacific Far East dSadh-

IMMEDIATELY REQUIRED housewife' particularly If the east Agla,

SHEET METAL MECHANICS ppUance Is In a tight spot in the Before his arrival InSoutheast*

/MARINE ELECTRICIANS tchen. One company has announced Asia, be was assigned to the Wfh
Combat Defense Squadron a t"
s' INSIDE MACHINISTS : an unusual accessory
MT Homestead AFB Fit
,
WINS $50.00 OUTSIDE MACHINISTS that fits 10 refrigerators of their The airman a graduate of

E SHIPFITTERS 1967 line. It's an air.lifting device Stanton Vocational High! School,

Mr. Charles E. Williams of i CARPENTERS BOILER MAKERS which floats our refrigerator bier of Mr.and If rs.William If/

Tallahassee, Fla.,won $50.00 CHIPPERS INSULATORS on a film of air so lJ Rose of Jacksonville. .'

at Parkman's Enco Servicen .RIGGE$ .' INTERS homemaken may clean behind

ter. n .AEPEk.( .. .LkOORER. |lt When connected to blower of A huge, domed weather sports stadium larger than the
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Houston Astrodome, ii on the drawing boards It would be by I
uichold
cleaner air
..""., vacuum far the largest clear I -span wood structure ever built Designed to. LE THE \
SOJJTHHDI DIVISIONMAINYARD Ifthig; pact lets homemaker move keep fans out of wind and rain.,,, it also shelters their cars.ground r V Jfte ,1M
RECORDS '
w It 840 feet 198 feet I
Aw. a across. -
"'tSt"c" ly loaded with '
':. ,refrigerator wider than the Houston A.troll'Indoor leti: v LINDA NORI;" J!;
i fingertip ease.JUsUH. stadium until now > .
'44 i. Isy St. hailed as the "Eighth Wonderof Mexico's new singing eta}ti
r WINS S500L00 PPAwl NIwN.MI.MI'rN. the World." Ceiling would Marla Bravo, U Introduced toothis
N.
260 feet from floor 48
oar country via her first album
feet higher than the Astrodome for Capitol of the World .
y Mr. Jimmy Dukes of Augusta, which stadium would fit iiuide, the new Recorded In Mexico City, the.'

Ga., won $500.00 at Thomas REIN Standard wood album (titled simply ,Maria
Enco Servicenter. cluding rritumt: Bravo), contains songs of 'the
Single man or single woman.* work and plywood walls, would tfancherat, that it, the song
GOOD PAYIN5 JOBS AVAILABLE! I I Call 353-3768. make this super.ctadium dome which are as much a part .of
far leas costly to 'build than anyother Mexico's festivals as. the
;3JtCLERIC TYPIST form of censtruction'an marlachls +
OTHER RECENT WINNERS! 'NCR BOOKKEEPING- William R. Reed. Reed Ta- Fred Roes, although not a',
Wash, architectural i
coma
singer, elected
CASHIERS -CHECKERS was to the Hall,
firm Harris Reed, designed
MR. W. B. HERRING MRS J. L BARNES f APT. FOR kENT the structure for Weyerhaeuser of Fame as tribute. to his songwriting .
Company. Incidentally the all- ability Many of the
$100.00 $100.00 Train Now Later. | Two bedrooms unfurnished. wood dome meets the 1 hour composition Rote wrote are
-Pay lest Jacksonville location blinding : fire the most stringentfire now country ttandardt. .
MR. RICHARD TURPIN MR. FRANK McHANN JR. #
Top Jobs In Jax area for code
stove, refrigerator, ho,] the nation. level snuggled inside Song Included In Wanda's sa
$50000 $50.00 trained people, high school \ rater and space neater. $70 a1 Four.level parking area three Die building pouredooncretefoundation lute are Jambalaya,'Try Me One
MRS. NELLIE .not A0ebe4'classesNo 11m1I. Apply 1643 Main St., or under cover, lets sports fans shell Surface matenal More Time, There's a New Moon
S. KENNEYMAN Day t 4odl. drive to same level.their seat is of prefinlshed aluminum Over My Shoulder, Jealous
$50.00 FREE PLACEMENT ing section,park and walk abort overlaid plywood panels Heart, Wabash Cannonball and
distance to seats.
I SERVICE L. .... The multi-use stadium wouldseat others. ,
a. Members of the would
press 60.000 for. baseball 6,000
.. .Accredited by K.EXA. walk through hollow.arch more aa a football arena. Roee Arranger-conductor: David
tiger moof framework to press box hung Engineering and COlt studies performs tome of the best
rlay 8 For Information BUT 'A GOOD; from center of ceiling Maintenance for the Weyerhaeuser colossus' known theme from motion picture
Call 353.4235 CAREER crews would use the were done by consulting eagi.neers epics that have been released
TIKE m same passageways to replace for 110-story twin tower during the past few years in his:
local Ort S. 3.
your lighting and maintain ventilat of New York's Port Authority's The Bible' .'. Betides the title
HUMBLE 1053 W. UNION ST. wnTRAlHIHG, $5.00 AT JONES TmEt ing wooden SUM concealed World Trade Center. The firm. song from the recently-released
in the ribs. The result
Worthington Stilling Hells A Bible, Roee
conducts the
Humble Station CM..4 MPMNa..COMmNV :311' Title Bldg., INSTITUTE H4,SERVICE 7564,1E, 2015 FIX KhpRd rLATS.! .Phone'. la with maintenance a no dean need uncluttered for crews.scsflolding ceiling for Jackson structure says would the proposedwood withstand Commandments In themes from, Exodus Ben Hur orchestra iCing,Ten

<* *" *-* now loads of 25 pounds per of
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Kings. The Robe, Song of
most aqua and 110-miU-an- .
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of the seats woulddbe below hour wkost Bernadette and others


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