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March 25, 1967
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weekly
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Duval County School Board,opposed -
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the construction of a new TTT
Junior-senior high school In till
Highland area (North Jack-, I
soovUle) on the grounds that If:
a Junior-senior high school Is,
built u board member Martinet1
Baker proposed, desegrgatloa STILL UNDER PROBE
of Andrew Jackson and Ribautt
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district. Lily-white Grand Jury
Don Wells said that he does. 1,000 Negroes
not see the difference between
desegregating Jackson and R1- 1 Draft Boards Asked To Probe
bault and In desegration other) j
schools such as those at the Under FireNEW Giving $1,000,000
beaches "I 1 don't get the point," Phony TicketsDuval
Wells said.Harden YORK -(NPI) Lily-
continued, "I am -- white draft boards came under and Jacksonville electors -
against Integration any place. ASHEYtLLK, .:C-Tne nation's First Lady, Mrs. Lyndon Johnson (Lath) In a classroom fire in three areas in the For Rights Fight may be spared the deluge
I think it worsens the education at the Lee Edwards High School's Adult Basic Education Course here March, 14 as Mrs country. .of election mall and endorse
system and is not conducive to Mildred Smith (R) continues the class Mrs Johnson finished her tour of education areas In New York, an NAACP unit ment tickets which have flooded
in the state denanded that the Selective YOUR Philanthropic Mr. Spaulding, 'calls for 1000 homes in the past due to a reported
learning when you have this with this stop and then went to Nashville, Thou, where she will meet the Preelfont NE.W;
type of forced Integration."The Service System integrate local history was made recently when persons to give or raise continuing probe of a
florist school board member draft boards. 49 of the nation's leading Negro $1,000.00 each counterfeited sample ballot sent
also stated that be did not think The demand was made bY'17 business and professionalmen "This new effort also brings out during the last March 14
that the desegregation of the Boycott Begun regional members of the National and women pledge d to all strata of the national Negro election
Jackson and Rlbault schools Is' Says Kirk Denied Youth Work Committee raise $1,000,000.00 for civil community into the fight for The Duval Democratic Executive -
of the National Youth and College rights litigation by next April.It first-class citizenship varied Committee In a resolution ,
Baker retorted, "when some To Protest Division, NAACP. selected the NAACP Legal but meaningful ways," Mr.Hen- : called for grand Jury
persons here want something The committee reportedly Defense and Educational Fund, 'ingburg added. investigation of (he sample ballot -
done, they,holler Peabody and' Legal Aid PleaThe Cop KIIIII.lsBIRMlNCHAM.Ala.NPI wanted "balance representa .Inc, (LDF)as recipient because Dr. John W. Davis, former ;: which only showed the names
when they want something stopped tion" or integration"oflocal the LDF serves as the legal president of WestVlrglniaState of certain candidates. .
they 'yell integration." He ) -A draft !board, appeals boards, arm for the entire civil rights College and now a top LDF The "sample ballots" wert'
continued, I resent the delays MAJOR CAMPAIGN TO STC and clerical personnel." movement. executive, said that this drive circulated mostly In'the Negro
that were created, regardlessof Miami attorney said that of two Gulf County Negroes MURDER OF Negroes by pol It also asked elimination of The new organization called would have far ranging areas and was accompanied byi!
what arguments were given.It the 14 or more men "probably whose convictions for the mur- has been launched in the formof deferments to college students the National Negro Business implications for educational a letter from a local Negro
was disclosed that a school wilf fry now"! after Got Kirk der of a gas station attendant a boycott of downtown mer unless a 'system to eliminate and Professional Committee in philanthropy politician heading a pollclalorganlzatlon. .,'
.plant survey team has recora denied his plea ,to give them are being investigated Miami chants. The campaign may -,Injustice Is devised Support of the Legal Defense '""College training very Important others were otstrK
mended that a Junior high school legal aid. ', Herat. The lawyer continued spread all over Alabama. The present draft system must Fund., to the middle class bided at a few local churches.
be built in the Highlands area In: Rosen's plea was denied by stating that 'some of the men Initial result of the drive has be made fair and equitable to Asa T. Spauldlng, presidentof Negro family, and higher It was learned from a reliable!
'the'Baker District. Previouslya the Stats Cabinet which sat are too Ignorant to know their 'been a major policy statement Negroes; said the committee, North Carolina lUtual! Life education in America depends source that Investigators have
1962 state department of education u the State Parole Board in rights and that the ACLU wantsto from the local police depart- which noted that more Negroes Insurance Company, Durham, very heavily on philanthropic, been checking: local Negro,
survey recommendedthat quarterly; sessions:: la Tallahassee tell them that they havea ment which lays down methods than whites, in terms of population N.C. and Dr. Percy L. Julian, giving. printers, one of them being
a Junior-senior Ugh schoolbe Wednesday, March 15. right to coun el. of procedure and says "ex are being drafted president, Julian Laboratories, "Neroes, u a group, have Elcee R. Lucas who operates
constructed in the area. Dr. Rosen sought to represent tillI.r. The ACLU was refused. permission cessive force on the part of In Los Angeles, Karl Von Key:, Oak Park, Illinois, who called not given to higher education a printing shop at 2545 Men-u
Cyrus Anderson disclosed the. to write the convictsand officers will not be tolerated." 21, and Norman E. Richmond, the unprecedented meeting, and, in turn, higher education crlef. Rd, and has been active
recent survey team report at, contact them In any way. However, civil rights groups'are 21, charged that they were improperly were named co-chairman. has not done all It could for 'in several political cam
the meeting His report prompt- The Pardor. Board refused to demanding that the state put in the bands of a Mr. Spaulding said that the Negroes. paigns.Lucas.
ed an angry outburst from board commute the sentence of1 ment be backed up by adoption lily white draft board Instead nationally noted business and "The vlslbe emergence of Negro prints by letterpress,
member Martinet Baker who Thomas Allen from Columbia of a procedure requiring an of one In the Negro community. professional leaders came to giving on this level can a process that differs from
claimed that obvious efforts County despite an emotional automatic grand Jury investl-j The two have been accused New York across the entire rapidly change that picture," offset printing which was the
are being made to prevent plea against capital punishmentby gallon each time police kill of refusing to report for the country on five days.notice, Dr. Davis said method used in counterfeiting
establishment of a junior-sen ., Us attorney. Allen's companion -, anyone. Police and city officials draft' on the grounds that they conferred four hours, and Mr. Henlngburg also suggested the "sample ballot". Thus,
ior high school in Highlands .. in the holdup was given thus far have refused to grant are colonial citizens" and pledged the '$1,000,000.00 that "once Negro leadershipgets Lucas declared, "They're
area. a lesser sentence after he this demand. should not be forced to fight during the next 12 months In the habit of flexing its barking up the wrong tree.",
Anderson said that the Highlands turned state's evidence against Civil rights leaders noted that' "the white man's war" In VietNam Each of the conferees-insurance economic muscle, local and Both Lucas and Eric O.Sump-
school problem Is "tied '.."- Allen. 10 Negroes, but no whites, have company officers, national political campaigns son were victims of a smear
up with the problem on the .... The governor stated that ute been slain by police during the Rubber Stamp real estate electives, business affecting the Negro communitycan sheet literature done,by offset
Eastside". He was referringto merits of capital punishment' past 14 months in Bermingham. No doctors, and lawyers--then be altered. an the long-timepressure which: tGOYD1QI, were not involved. During his'' Since the protest began, there signed a personal pledge of "Negro political candidates by areas during April-:
has been applied on the school .t campaign, Kirk stated that be have been street demonstrations $1,000.00 each. and large- are forced to run on 'May' election
board for construction of a --- was in favor of capital punishment almost daily. A cam- Gustav Henlngburg, assistant, meager campaign budgets because It Is expected that Negro!
high school which was providedfor CLACDt EBUC. paign of economic withdrawal to the president of the LDF, Negroes have not, before political operators will be '
an00d
doomed men. now, supported Negroes with their P. and Qs In this
in the 1960 school bond Is organizing people to quit: who worked closely with
construction issue. In an exchange with Rosen, 4 CoutiesOrder buying in dowtown stores and, Messrs Spaulding and Julian, this kind of 'green power'," coming elections, since Florida
Kirk said that there Is no change Henlngburg concluded Is fastly becoming a
two-party
M.C. Harden was unsuccessful shopping centers until definite said that "this marks the
In an earlier motion thata of policy, that be Is not preparing Negro action on police changes comes first time in American history The LDF, through its 23 New state where all won't be forgiven
Junior Ugh school be built for the mass executions from police. that Negroes have banded 'York based lawyers and 250 after the election figures are'
In Highlands and that a 26- "which bare in existed In' Plans were made at a meet. .q together under Negro leader- cooperating attorneys across counted.In .
classroom addition and library Florida over the years.",The Schools Closed ing of organizations to carry snip and pledge to support a the South, handles over 90 per- addition to statutes for-
be constructed on to Gilbert governor Indicated that he the campaign for "decent and Negro cause at this level of cent of the civil rights litigation bidding the altering and Issuing,
thought the ACLU had business Desegregation plans have led in the country. of sample ballots
Junior-Senior High on the East., no ; equal law enforcement poll. I living." there Is an
I to the consolidation of schools
in the affair. Under the leadership of election code
; that
side. Observers wondered 'land cies" throughout Alabama. The plan, as announced by gives the
relUltedlnprqlO8edcloslne'elleveral
The civil liberties group con Some 79 representing Director-Counsel Jack Greenberg guidelines for Issuing endorsement -
where could additional buIld- person, MRS. fRAlOOI PACKWASHINGTONMrs.
in the
schools
tends that the governor is pre- Negro civil and civic LDF attorneys now handle tickets and circulating:
lots be placed on the'already' 20 rights groups
crowded and outmoded site. paring to sign at least 14 death West Coast Area of the State!I from throughout the state met Frankie Supreme. Court 400 separate cases and repre- handbills, etc. *
warrants. of Florida to hear the Rev. Fred L. Shut. Pace, a representative' of the sent more than 13,000 in- Section 104.37 of the election
Leaders Take Part During the tenure of Demo- The Plnellas County School tleworth, president, Alabama anti-poverty program In the To ,Hear King Appear" dlvduals arrrested for peaceful ''laws of the State of Florida
cratic Governor Haydon Burns, Board voted unanimously to' Christian Movement for Human hill district Pittsburgh,testified protest demonstrations states: "All political atfvertlsments -
In Anti-War Protests no death warrants were signedby close the Skyway Campus of Rights and the Southern Con- before a Senate Labor subcommittee WASfflNTON -(NPI) The The LDF represents Rev and all campaign
Burns. St. Petersburg Junior Collegeat ference Educational Fund, say: which launched a u.s. Supreme Court presently Martin Luther King's Southern literature published or circulated -
NEW YOHK-: oi two civil rights organizations ment in Florida has been i academic year. Students from to have been.M'appre- Federal anti-poverty pro- King's appeal of Us Alabama* ; the Student NonViolent < of any election shall be signed''
will participate in April IS pro-' brought up several times in Plnellas, KiUsbourough, Polk'' bend appears an d arrest the whites grm. She clashed with Sen. I conviction for conducting Birmingham Coordinating Committee; by the author thereof, and If
tests against u.s. involvement recent years. A special leg-' and Manatee counties are affected and shoot the Negroes.. For George Murphy, (R-Calif.) protest parades In the Congress of Racial EqualIty the same is being publishedand
in the Vietnam War. islative committee recommended by the board action. The Negroes, this Is a simple mat- when he called her a rehearsed 1963. ; and branches of the circulated by a club or
While the Rev. Martin Luther continuance of the death Skyway Campus, in South St. ter of life or death. witness.: "Nobody tells me what Lawyers for Birmingham and National Association for the committee, then It shall be
King,. Jr., is taking part in a penalty. Peterburg was the previous "Let the nonviolent movement to say," she told Murphy. "I'm the state of Alabama contendedthat Advancement of Colored signed by the chairman and
anti-war demonstration outside Foofiner Governor Burns con site of the old Glbbs Junior now regroup and reorganize and no rubber stamp. I say what I the rights leader was openly People.In 'secretary of such club or commute -
United Nations headquarters, tended that be did not think College which was absorbedby let us creatively begin now to believe and everybody in Pittsburgh contemptuous of court orders addition, LDF attorneys and if such: literature
Floyd McKisslck, CORE director that the death penalty was St. Petersburg Junior College Insist and demand equality in -the mayor, the council and that the claimed he was present numerous other private ,Is in circular form It shall
was to participate in a necessary for, rape. Several two years ago. It had the total legal system throughout everyone, will tell you that" exempt from "unjust 1 laws and citizens with bona fide civil have upon it the name of the
similar protest In San Francis of the men on death row are remained predominantly Negro.Dr. .I Alabama.." (UPI TELEPHOTO) _Continued on Pan 12 rights claims. .. ___ printer publisher."__

co.Officials of the Southern white Negroes women.accused Attorneys of raping for of Michael St. Petersburg Bennett, president Junior- P1I == ==-
JustrceTWarren .
Christian Leadership Conference two West Palm Beach men in College., recommended the H' JDiiimI
of which Dr. King is the death' house lost In their closing of the facility and' L .. .. .. ... .. .. "III'1iiePCib \ .
LJ ---- -----
president were giving increasing -, pleas when they charged that stated that there Is no intention ,WASHQY TONtIPI*:: A: denied Us seat expressing held from Congress the "Im But the Implication of tne chief it1'Ci-thIs happening -
attention to the police Negroes often than white men of ever using it u a Junior' little-noted side remark made sentiments about the Vietnam proper and dangerous power" Justice's side remark was that recalled President Andrew
,action. are sentenced to death In rape college facility again.In by Chief Justice Earl Warren war and U.S. Military policy : Congress could not go beyond Jackson's famous remarkto
The Rev. James Bevel, one cases. No white man In Florida Pasco County school board in the Julian Bond case maybe with which his colleagues In 'ficatlons. these requirements and exclude' Chief Justice John Marshall:
of Dr. King's top aides, was has ever been executed for rape. engages !in heated the trick that clicks for Adam the Georgia legislature could Unless these are set by the a member for alleged misuseof "The Supreme Court has made
organizer of the anti-war protests Gerald Mager, legal aide to bate over the closing of three. Clayton Powell In Us bid to get not agree. Constitution, Congress "can by federal funds or his scandal its ruling; now let It enforce it."
which be said would the governor said that no appeals schools including the 40 pupil back the Congressional seat The court ruled that Bond degrees, subvert the Constitution behavior If lower federal courts nled
"symbolize the growing awareness are pending on U of the Booker Washington High denied to him. could be excluded only for fall ," the chief Justice And the possibility mounted against the House Congress
In black communities that. 14 men Rosen disagreed and School at Port Riche,. Powell, who has filed suit In ing to meet the qualifications said, quoting former President that the federal courts and Congress might strike back at them by
this is a racist war." contended that the ACLU is Board member Ted Williams federal court against the Houseof specified In the state con ,James Madison. might bump heads In a denying them Jurisdiction In
Negro people, be added, "are! forbidden to approach the men of Land 0 Lakes urged that Representatives, faced legIslative stitution. And If he were excluded No one doubted that Powell showdown battle over the Powell certain cases, as the Constlta-
suffering more from this war and advise them of their rights then Washington students be body which considered for other reasons, suchas 'met the three requirements for issue Urn empowers It to do.
spokesman for Dr. King,. to appeal. Some of them be transferred. County superintendent it none of the courts business his anti-war statements, the a U.s. House member spelled Even If the courts-end partl- It was announced that Powell t
the Rev. Andrew Young said contended have not exhausted (Chester; W. Taylor,Jr.:, bow it conducted Us affairs courts have Jurisdiction: to give out in the Constitution; that be 'cular, the U.s. Supreme Court would come to Chicago to help
SCLC has "decided to give their routes of appeal andeould said he wouldn't recommend But Chief Justice Warren, In a him relief, the high court said. be 25 or over, an American .ruled In Powell's favor the Gregory In his write-in cam-
more attention to the war In make addIt1ooa1 attempts to. closing the Washington school footnote in the Julian Bond case, Then, In a footnote Chief citizen for at least seven years, House night simply ignore the paign. Political obsei verswerewaiting
Vietnam," though it has not clear themselves because of overcrowding other.ConOaosdoaPaje'ia appeared to disagree. Justice Warren observed that and an inhabitant of the state orders, u an equal branch of to see vhat-tf aay-
........1 tights. Rosen _cited the caaysatloms Bend had been repeatedly the federal Constitution with- ,from which be was elected. the government.: thing would ....



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NEWS Po tLAYT'Of't U.IAT _
BY WHITNEY YOUNG
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Comp
ST1wuir Never has this country,had so many liberals. All around me,
MEMBER t.f. u I traveler at meetings everywhere I go, I meet people who
loudly declare, "Pm a liberal, but..."
But what? Surely< with so- manY' llverals around- there, shouldbe
no question of getting more and better anti-
NEGRO P
uTlONAL proverty programs, t ban on housing dtscrlm.
nation In the creation of ghettoes, and you
r tuition and other programs. But it seems that

ERIC 0. SIOTS6N Miiuiif Editor : what Vietnam.some of these people are liberal about u Esl

Start talking to someone about the role of
HILDA VOOTEN.......Circilatin Manager housing Discrimination the creation ghettos,
and you wind im getting a lecture on how weshould
CIVi( get-out of Vie_ There Is definitely room for differing -
2323 Moicrief load Phone Elii 4-8782 opinions about the war in Vietnam,but that Is no excuse for

the way some liberals seem to be abandoning their previous
Nailing AddressP.O. concern for the very serious problems of racism and poverty

IyMNDRRN right here at home.
BJI 599 Jacksonville; Florida 32201 Many "conservatives"" also have strong feelings about
R N Vietnam. Some of them want an even more "hawkish" approach -
with more bombing and a stepped-up offensive, but ,k
MIAMI OFFICE still find time to call for cutbacks in domestic programs and :

for a slowdown In the war on poverty. Why can't liberals also;;
5018 NW 7th Are Phone 751-3879 t.1' keep up the fight for their traditional beliefs as well as saying 3
t tJ what they think about Vietnam? 5>
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u ,lle& to You Anywhere In the United States 'momentum may go out of the drive for equal rights. It Is
Subscription payable In advance ironic that many individuals who are often thought of as
being quite conservative, actually give more support to
fiend Check or Honey Order to: liberals.
domestic programs than do some
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Jacksonville 1 Florida'foliticing" $ I a P one can come away from a reading of his Civil Rights Messageto
0 Congress without being moved. It is an eloquent document,
40 showing the desperate needs of Negro citizens, and the

i And The New Morality crying need for ending discrimination housing. He pointed to
the veil of myths which mislead many people Into thinking that
open housing somehow threatens them, and rightly said that
The scene seems to be shifting from the these myths must be dispelled by churches,civic organizations,
age-old question of sex and the new IS THERE A CONSPIRACY IN THE MAKING? public officials, human relations groups, labor union, and

morality generations after generationsto private industry actively working to support open housing. ,.,
politics and the And some of these are the same groups now bursting with v
new morality. r---------------------------------------------- 1 'liberals arguing the merits or the demerits of the Vietnam
Political scandals have rocked the very conflict The President's message Is a call to action to these% r

fabric of the nation many times before, YOUR people. Liberals are going to have to roll up their sleeves and
and perhaps many more times in the 'future. Weekly 1k do the bard work needed to make the American people aware of

There was the 'Whiskey Ring" and the the crisis our nation Is In.
Tea Pot Dome" scandal several decadesago. Complaining is a favorite pasttlme of allot us, but It doesn't
get people apartments,homes Jobs,and education they need ,'
.
1 and are currently denied because of their color.Progress only
The Adam Clayton Powell Case started a Horoscope Guide comes from the determined effort of people working it. And'.'

ball a-rolling to clean, house and bring the need was never greater than it Is now .
forth the new political morality in A lot peoplevho were once active In the civil rights movement '
.?* 1I will have to reaffirm their beliefs by becoming Involved

government. And Senator Dodd seeminglyhas *** By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 again They were distracted by Vietnam, by the lack of ex-
outdistanced them all as one individual ? cltment without the marches and demonstrations, and by the
in the U. S. Senate. There was the 1 fear of the hard work that is now needed the slow, Ulna consuming -'
Bobby Baker case and its vindication.; 1 Job of tutoring ghetto pupils ortralningpeople for Jobs.

One writer in the People Column of the WHICH: ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I can understand their newfound concern with people In a war- '
torn country 13,000 miles away, but there are cries of pain'"
criti-
St. Petersburg Times striking
gave and despair closer to home In the ghettos of all our cities.
cism of the situation in these words: 1 Rising above the cocktail-party talk about foreign policy,I hear"
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
"If every conniving crooked politicianand the words of a poor neighborhood worker from WashingtonD.C.'

every. wheel; dealing, lobby, bribing, 1 I who pleaded with the Rlblcott Committee studying urban'
pressuring big business agent would just problems not to cut the funds for the anti-poverty program. He'
..rrrrrwyrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrre.rrrrArrrrrrrrrr.rriteARIYS said.we feel the invisible people the whome'
we are people
dead would find that
kindly drop our
you Congress doesn't see, the people who by them cutting tldiWbudget
actual take in 'tax moneys is so huge that they don't care about, the don't see, they don't worry s)

inside of years, administered honestlyand CANCER ., LIBRABORN CAPRICORN about. We are the forgotten people We are the people> on the'

with the degree of efficiency these BORN SEPT bottom.
MARCH BORN JUNE22ndJULY BORN DEC.
metiwouldapply: to their own businesses, :THE.URBAN LEAGUE STORY
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we could payoff the national debt, bal- 21ti-APRIL. 19th 22 23-OCT. 23rd 22iTjAN..: J9tt BtCLANZELLBROuMThe ;,,:
ance, the budget reduce taxes and get '
vital am
concern of the Urban League touches every :
rid of this inflated funny money. If s the old story Every year, What to get? It probably has Anticipate things It Is If s what you make It. TryIng of community Interest. I have been gravely concerned about *
This is serious indictment for leaders around this time bit later quite to observe Easter In the
a or a happened too many times In the frustrating, after having to our local community problems that stem from governmental
of our times, and 'we regret much of it is the rush is on to acquire new pastthat you have purchased new considerable pains and gone traditional manner Is a very structure and even more so with the role of AfroAmericanand
headgear, outfits and all the accessories expense uncertain affair especially so how they relate to
true. items for Easter only to have 10.participate In the Easter day or respond change
that add up to the well early In the spring season. During the past fifty Negroes have not
the weather act up and prevent festivities to have the weatheract years
New morality checks will help but ,
some, dressed person. But the eternal wearing them. Simply select and Those who share your life maybe been totally Involved in the decisions that have (
our whole system of democracy is too question as to how cooperative ,things, that will serve, Just t as': yet,up there Is spoil no reason everything.And amenable to suggestions regarding far necking implications for each and every
wasteful and free with the people's tax' the weather may turn out to be well when spring really makes cannot why you the surest way to make citizen of our city. For, that reason most of
arrange plans so that the ;
money, There is no reason why government will be posed as usual on Easter Its appearance in fact rahter events planned could be held indoors this day an agreeable one for the time Negroes tend to respond negatively IW
cannot operated Day. This will depend mostly on than in name. Whether paradesor should this everybody, despite what the to every thing rather than scrutinizing each
business.It as efficiently as a the conditions existing in the displays will amount to much sary. It would be prove pleasant neces to weather may be. A social cycle suggestion or proposal carefully for Its merit.
.
various localities.the cover will depend mainly on the climatic hold reunions and to talk about that was starting out at a lively However, the time has come for the Negro to use his Judge,,
all answer could be uncertain.So conditions prevdtingiyour the present as well old timeson pace may hare to be pushed ment based on empirical evidence to make decisions in lieu,
u
if there are any plans for aside In order to take care of logical reasoning. .uIn
particular community and
they, the 27th. 11 could be that
Pays To Think Before SpeakingMost this day, Justtake the customary as you well know, are far from romance that was thought to a of more pressing responslbil the put few months I have heard many arguments against,.
precautions of being prepared predictable this time of the have died out be rekindled ties or for professional reasons the proposed countywide government. But the most vocal one'
of the newspapers in Florida has for anything year Marriage seems may to be the Give culture and the arts by Negroes point out that the Negro will lose his voting stren-:,,
taken Governor Kirk to task fora minds ofmany Llbrans and on all the priority when working out ght, should consolidation take place. The argument seemingly
n, unprovoked verbal lashing given to 1-50.66-13-132 46099177Z4LEO the factors shouldbe your program for coming act- has little merit when we use past experience. a yard stick to,.,
.. measure progress The Afro-American citizen in Jacksonville ,
State Senate President Berle Pope. Cer- TAURUS thoroughly examined before baa not been able to become a part of the leadership of our':;
tainly, we feel that the honorable citizenis reaching final conclusions 8 W 88 -19 333 city as a result of the election process under the present

no Claghorn. ,BORN APRIL 7-80-33-16-811 aystem...The reasons are many, but the facts remain the
Leading members of the Democratic BORN JULY23r..IOG. AQUARIUS same-no representation In the decision making process;
majority in the Florida Legislature SCORPIO What 1s the answer to his dllemea That is not for me to 01
con-
20U-MAY 20tlIPs BORN JAN.20tiFEB. decide but, maybe its Ms ability to help change conditions 2
tended .
recently that Republican Governor 22nd .
rather than using his strength to retard change '"
Kirk "blundered" when he criticized the a toss up. It Is naturalto BORN OCT. The most Improtant reason why Negroes should take a
It'l a pattern. The onceayear -
Senate President. expect that weather conditions probelm of what to wear 18th. careful look at the local government study commissions re-i

You may ask why did the Governor say country In, various and the parts world,of are the for Easter makes Its appearance 24th-NOV.. 22nd It'. as expected. In view of the1 port Is his numbers that reside in the central city. The higher/
that Mr. the somewhat earlier than us-, concentration: of Negroes in the central city has had its-,>
Pope was "epitome of the bound to differ radically Those experiences of the past, there
Claghorn generation" ? The St. Petersburg 'of you who live In regions where usual. This also means that the* If s a custom.Generation after must be few people who expecttoo or negative more. effects when the number approaches fifty percent
unpredictability regarding the! generation, year after year, much Easter But this
on day
Times in editorial in the unfavorable weather often prevails -
an March 17
The school
certain system become
normally Ineffective. The
world traditions observed economlc -.-
around Easter time c an weather Is also more pronounc-l Is not likely to diter the ladles
issue said: with all the fanfare that base weakens to the point where urban services are
ed. With this question finally from and the
buying wear Ing new
expect of the But
more same.
"Kirk, desperately seeking a way out of seeing that It gives the spirita settled u may be advisable<< to goes with them. Nearly all the hats and apparel that have been Inadequate and the normal growth of business and Industry
the self-imposed bind behind his no-new- boost, and your dearest ones buy with a sense of practical 'ladles, and most of the men, purchased especially for this e- cease and shift to suburban. Crime, dellquency and blight

taxes promise and a commitment to costly great Joy? go right ahead with Judgment. Easter day does not must simply buy new appa.reland vent Just try to br prepared,in Increase at an accelerated rate.
seem to have much excitementto accessor1e.todfsplainthe one or another for weather,
telephoned Senator Pope on the usualprojectsofaddingsub- way ,
programs, stantially to your own and the offer, anyway, and many may usual Easter parades And thlt changes that can be abrupt and Income Tax Infomition
Wednesday. He wanted the senate'sPresident's family wardrobe. There are find It prudent to remain' as IS'desplte the fact that the wea- drastic. It always gladdens! your
for Quickie actionon close to home. ther and temperatures are more
possible.
approval fine to heart when can add something -
many days come, and often than not you JACKSONVILLE, FLA.-MW married taxpayers filed separate
a new Constitution that would pave the brilliant social occasions the the nth degree uncooperative The to to your home that helps federal Income tax returns last year might have saved
bond program. Pope offing 5- -55-19-101 wary ones make It more attractive and return. This tax tip for
way for an expensive wlllhave arranged thing*to hm themselves money by filing a Joint
felt that the Legislature should take up KlKbU suitable alternatives to select inviting But, as usual, you may Florida taxpayers came recently from AJ. O'Donnell, Jr.,
2.80.66.15.844 not be able to heed the advice of
of Internal Revenue.
the constitution after a public hearing, from when they cannot remain District Director
friends whose tastes can far' The so-called split-income provision of the tax law usually
out.nrs
for which there is no time before the GEMINI BORN AUG. : outspread
your pocketbook. enables a married couple to pay a lower tax on their combined -
regular April 4 legislative session. 7-20-88-19-289 4-45-88-15-694 Income when they file Jointly than they would have to

The St., Petersburg Times editorial laudedMr. BORN MAY 23rdSEPT. 22idIf pay a separate money said. The provision
Pope, as an outstanding Floridian, and SAGITTARIUS PISCES will elsocsave the couple only one of them had

it proclaimed him 'as a man of high callingand 21stJUNE 21st the custom. It is difficult, URN Income.
HIV
dedication. We want to commend Mr. U not Impossible, to break with BORN FEB.U"'IAI. For couples do plan to file separate returns, Mr. ODonneU.
If s so-so. There does not tradition. For untold ages, the 23rd-BEC. 21st said they must be sure their deductions are handled the same
pope for not falling for the "quickie seem to be much exictemeniln deductions the other
peoples of the world have become on each of their returns. If one itmlzes
action deal. The Constitution is a very fine way or another, slated for used tc the Idea that Easter You are released.. Saturn has 20tlIf must too, be said
important document and there must be ample this f1narperfod.SomethfJiw( day Is the day when new finally left the solar 4th house a ritual. Those who cele- On separate returns, care must be taken to list only those
time to consider It if Florida wants a be lacking on what should be a eolthes should be dlsplayes to for good rellevingyon of certain brate Easter purely because of paid by the Individual covered by
fair and brilliant Sunday. But be admired by others. And this, family of'domestic responsibilities 'Its religious significance will expensesAarman filing separately should not claim any
good one. as long as there Imagination, regardless of the factthat the that may have been not be disturbed whether the deductions that were actually paid by his wife and vice versa.
Like a lot of other people' we know, the and we are surrounded by loving weather Is generally more unfavorable :quite heavy to bear. But where ,weather cooperates or not. But Also, if the wife has Income and flies separately, neither she
mouth can get a man into a lot of trouble.The (ices. It should not be too than otherwise. So- you are leaving off, the youngs many who find this the occasion nor the husband can claim the personal exemption for the
injunction "You will never be sorry, difficult to draw up t program when doing shopping for finery tars who may be under your to sport gay new apparel and other on their separate returns.Mr. .
think before speaking" has sound of entertainment. Opportunitiesof and accessories, keep these charge mayhavetotakeup.Tbls headgear may be taking the OTJonnell said II a couple does decide separate returns
if you a somewhat secret nature actors mind and regulate expenses will entail learning the value of chance of hating to remain Indoors to their advantage, they must use the tax rates for married
I advise for Governor__ Kirk too. may attract for a spell but you accordingly. There Is money and realizing the amount Instead Just watch newspapers couples filing separate returns. Often, a marrlded couple tw.nc
may very soon lose interest entirely nothing really exciting revealed of effort and training takes for the forecasts In your separately will mistakenly use the rates for Joint returns when
BuyU.S. The changes or circumstances by the planetary pattern on this to acquire it. Be very care individual localities and make computing their tax.
that bave todo with domestic day. Those who have been on ful about leading anyone Intoa decisions accordingly. Too Computers are used to verify and erect-reference Information
Savings Bonds ties and existence are opposite sides of the fence can romantic attachment with you1 should be feeling a bit more op on tax returns. When the computers find the wrong tat;
still keeping you busy trying to reach mutual understandings unless your heart is truly In it, timistic on account favorable table was used or that deductions and exemptions have been

STAR-SPANGLED SAVINGS PLAN .. keep up wlthtbem. on the 27th. news, or simply because if s 'improperly claimed by married taxpayers filing separately
.., spring.r the correct tax must be determined This often
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nation Ball and Coiffure to be held Easter Monday night in the Duval County Armory are ..' '
shown here as they assembled for a recent planning meeting. Proceeds from the affair :
will pay for a beauty shop which has been set up in the Eartha M.M. White Nursing Home :'t I "
Shown from left to right: Mrs Callie Cone, Mrs Vivian Crumblie, Mrs. Ethel Lee Jones,

Miss E. I. Brooklns, Mrs Charlotte Wilson Mrs Clydelle Thompson, Mrs Rose Lee .. .. .
Tould, Mrs. Bessie B. Harris, Mrs Gertude Crawford, Mrs. Tould. Back row: Mrs Bessie ., :"" 'S1t -
Harris{ Mrs Thelma Whaley, Mrs. Bernice Rhodes, Mrs. Retha Davis, Mr. John Spencer, '''''' : t,.... t
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Mrs. Val M. Jones, Mrs. Minnie Thomas, Mrs Birdie Martin, Mrs Alice Freeman, Mrs 1( '" Hti 4
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d.J Conduct RecitalVernon Carnation Ball ANNOUNCED S ,' .
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City wide Beautician Club will Dr. and Mrs. Rovert H. Wilson Y > Ii'L I
Smith choral directorat present Conation Ball and of Dallas, Texas announcedthe k
Douglas s Anderson mass Coiffure at the Duval County engagement of their daughter -
School, will conduct the Robert Elaine, to Daniel
Armory, March 21, 1961 dance
chorus, orchestra and band for Alpbonso Nlckerson, son of Mr. h\ 1
from 9.00: 'till. Music by Frank .. IL ffl4h
the music department's spring '
Legree's Blues and Rhythm and Mrs. Alphonso Nickerson .. ",
concert, which has ben scheduled '
of Jacksonville.Miss .
Band. Proceeds from this affair ,
. for April 6 In the school J ,
Wilson Is a sophmore at
will go to set up A Beauty j'C ,
gymnatorlum. :
Benedict College in Columbia,
Salon at the Clara White Nursing -
Featured from the vocal department S.C. majoring In the Social "
will be Bach's Home. :, .1:
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You tickets Sciences. The prospective .
may get your : :
Heart Ever Faithful, by
sung groom Is enrolled In the School
Music Store 605
Rosebud Dupree, who will be Hollywood W. i
St. of Engineering University of
Ashely Eutopla Beauty
accompanied by the stringed
Salon 815 W. Church St. of Florida, GaInesville '
or : ,
" orchestra. One other high point "
member of the club Dr. Wilson,father of the bride- .
of the program win be ezerpts any elect, Is pastor of the St. John
from Gershwin's "Porgy and The City Wide Beautician mo Baptist Church, Dallas and the : 41
bess." dels are Mrs. Eula Bell Tho- former pastor of Bethel Institutional -
The chorus will be heard renton, the featured model, Baptist Church of It EA'
singing selections, repre- Mrs. Gladys Trapps, Mrs. this city.Appointed.
, senting various historical Margie Kimble, Miss Pama
periods and literature, appearing Jean Kilber, Mrs. Elouise Head \
,) on the standard repertoire Washington, Mrs.Louise Smith, OfGiriilrics
lest for choruses, it was Miss Brend a Harris, Mrs. % .5 .5
announced. Jackie Sumac Mrs. Marl CliiicCUMICIAKtt 11 iII1 S

Also appearing will be the Vinning, Mrs. Zlgler, Mrs. .
;, concert, andunder4dlractI, lo Jansy; Taylor,i MrsJloselynXoleman :.,;. ..".. ""\ I I
J of MIss' Bettyfl Crew,*per#'' ,.Mrs ichrl&tlaa,Sasser. Jlt\\ lQ)1:1: : !
1 forming selections from' the .'.Miss Pauline Montgomery IJiH.1 r. ,. lOt X11 tr.frU ; 'W
" contemporary scene. and Miss Joann Montgomery.

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Newest of the fabrics used ,
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TEA TIMEThe
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Century Social and These fiber-glass cloths and
w Savings Club will sponsor a napkins are not only machine- i
Spiritual Tea April 23 at Hous washable In soap or detergent ij
.1 ton Hall, 1075 W. Monroe St., suds, but also have a deter- j
1 from <4< to 6 p.m. gent suds, but also nave a '
durable press finish which
eliminates even touch-up Iron
The Ladies of Leisure Social ing. ,r 'z'zIY I
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Seasonal Tea April 9 in Mt. All travelers even commuters ,I I
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The season will be represented adhesive-bonded roller that noticed that Miss Collette J "
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, by Mrs. Lelia M. instantly removes dust, lint, Simpson has been appointed to
oj Fowler, spring; Mrs. Marie and hair from clothes. When head the Geriatrics Clinic for
Smothers, summer;Mrs.Mable the roller gets clogged, the Physical and Medical Rehabilitation -
L Jordan autumn, and Mrs.Flor- manufacturer says that its usefulness at the Veterans Hospital
\ ence wilcoz, winter. can be renewed by a Buffalo, New York.
quick wash In soap or detergent -
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f will sponsor a Spring Tea April Into its own plastic case for Internship additional at Veterans training Hospital and n f.;i 3i;; :{4+{., }r.jl.; ./' };
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OEHinri Rollitas Week 'Grant I Memorial AMI E;

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CHURCH NEWSWALTERS Choirs To Present ALTAR CALLBY


EMORY G. DAVBDJ.

Services Sunday MEMORIAL In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church Easter Cantata NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

will begin with the Sunday School at 9:JO a.m., with Eddie. The combined senior choirs of RESURRECTION

Brown assistant superintendent, presiding Rev H.C. Archie", Grant Memorial AME Church OF The DEATH approach AND of Good Friday and Easter for the past two or,
wlU revlewthe lesson "Procla1m1nC Resurrection.:
pastor, will the Easter cantata -
present different I
has had a meaning shall be
three for me,
years
Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. The sermon will be "
"The Crucifixion, Sunday William Strintfellow an Episcopal
to layman/
delivered the At 3 the Easter exercises will eternally Indebted
by pastor. p.m.,
during the evening service, who has known and felt the
attorney, author and one pangs of
be presented and at 6:30 theevening service begins
p.m.,
which has been scheduled for
It his book "My People Is the
life In a Negro ghetto. was ,
Usher Board 1 and Choir 1 will render service with Mrs.Ancle .
Mae Davis at the instrument 7p.m.The story, dplctlng Christ's teells.Enemy" (Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1964), that posed a new

PENTCECOSTAL CHURCH OF FAITH suffering death' on the cross, The concluding chapter of the book telles of the death Pentecostal Church narrated Rev.F.D.Richardson -
its regular order 10:30: a.m., morning worship at 1130: a.m. A Jr. To tell the story as he tells It would require too much space
TIle featured soloists are:
HM Pentecostal Sunday School and Juniors will present an for this column.
Easter program at 3:30: In the church. Title of the pageant Mrs. Geneva Mangrum, Mrs Not to tell it as be told It would rob It of Its theological
Alvenice McQueen Mrs. Willie
"Flowers". Prayer meeting held every Wednesday nightat essence.To .
8:00 p.m.. Mae Hart, Mrs. Gene Melvin, miss the opportunity of another Holy Week without sharingwith
Public Is Invited Evangelist Bernice Slaten is the pastor. r. Mrs. Doris Smith, Mrs. Am- my readers would be unfair.
_____ YPARTICIPAN'15Dr. da Floyd, Mrs. Pecola Hopkins, Lou Marsh, the victim after struggling with his own self-
-;- Mrs. Betha Gelzer. Mrs. Pris- himself to his job which placed him in
St. Matthew Baptist Miss Claudia GolsonIs James Jedsoneessrr cftsptafe and bead Philosophy and Religion at FAMU, poses with student religious leaders and guest speaker Wilson McGhee W. the constant presence
Pearson Of him Stringftllow says, "be was so preoccupied In SpeakerFor drlng tbe Religious Emphasis Week on the FAMU campus. Left to right are: AadmsJ. Williams Wannamaker ,
Presents RecitalMiss Eugene for the kids in his gang that be forgot himself, so fulfilled In
Richardson, chaplin of the Methodist Student Union, Clearwater; Dr. SM. Riley Jr., and W.C. Drake. The director
guest speaker and pastor of Cory Methodist Church Cleveland Ohio Spencer Albert his love for others that he lost his self-interest, so confident
,
; and Mrs. Louella
organist are
Martha Nell Williamsand Youth ProgramMiss that he was now secure in God's word that be was not afraid of.
president of the Methodist Student Union, Fernandlna Beach, and Jerry Young, presidentof McBride and Mrs. E. II,
Miss Brenda Joyce Huey the Council of Religious Organizations Pahokee. death."
,
will be presented In a recital Claudia Golson, a student Photo by Earnest F l1y u.I Richardson. The writer goes on to explain that although Lou did not seek.

April 19 at ( p.m., in St. Matt- of Florida Junior College death, death came as no surprise to him,because he was ready'
hew Baptist Church, 28th and will be the .youth 's "Weekof Churches Of God In Christ Announced to to die and was without fear of death. "He was no longer in
Moncrlet Prayer" speaker, Friday bondage to the alienation of men from each other."
Miss Williams is a graduate night March 24 at 7:30 p.m.. There Is much meaningless ceremony in Christendom around
of New Stanton and was a member in tile Epbesus Acadeajr, AitfttorfaB ;. I CHURCH NOTESCENTRAL I Special Session April 11th-13th this time of year-Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good
of the Glee Club under Friday and the Day of Resurrection. But, these events areireenacted

direction: of Mrs. Alpha H. MEMPHIS-Bishop J. 0. Patterson, Sr., General Secretary almost daily, as men continue to five their lives,
Moore. She also was with the BAPTIST The Churches of God In Christ has announced that the next as Wharlest Jackson, of recent days.
Edward Waters College Chorus Easter services in Central Baptist Church Sunday begin special session of the COGIC General Assembly will be held As we think of the Man of Calvary's death, we can well include -
under direction of A.Green.She; with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Miss Patricia April 11-13,at the national headquarters,938 South Mason Street, the Jacksons, the Marshes. This not being irreligious*'
did further study at Florida Small In charge. in Memphis. As Stringfellow says of Lou Marsh; as Christians say of
A&M University and is presently -' TIle sermon at 11 a.m., will be delivered by Rev Leroy According toBlshop Patterson, Jesus ben Joseph, as we ought Wharlest Jackson.m"tbat is the
teaching at Oakland High Green, and music will be rendered by Senior Choir 2 and the the General Asemebly will con- Youth Council only way to die, which at the same time means that this is the
School, Halnes City. Miss junior choir with Mrs. Gussie W. Tucker In charge sider proposed amendments only way to live." Those who have died to self and have given'
Williams Is a member of St. TIle Easter program will be presented at 4 p.m.bytbe drafted by the Constitutional up their self-interest for others find "the freedom the Resurrection -

Matthew. Sunday School Department, under direction: of Miss Julia Commute The propels were Meets At bestows upon men."
Miss Huey also a member Monroe and Mrs. Betha Torrence. The Junior ushers win ... There Is an Altar of Death and Resurrection that most people
of St. Matthew, Is a member the youth choir and the Prim-, Marsh Jackson et al found.CALENDAR.
The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held Monday at 4:30: ,
ettes. At present, she is a student I
-- led Mrs. Julia Yates and teachers. At 8 the
at William Raines High tTW Efctwood ,IT*.'. ne Jacksonville District
Youth Council of<< the First Born EVENT
and plays the clarinet In the Her subject will be "Christ
Church of the Living God will
marching band.
The Advocate".
An invitation has been extendedto Miss Golson is 1965 be held at Howard Memorial DOUGLAS ANDERSON April'z.Programs.
graduateof
the public to attend. Thomas Jefferson High A 1459 W. Union St., Friday thru CHORUS IN RECITAL will be presented
Sunday. jach evening with the
mission-
School Portland Oregan and The Douglas Anderson High
An excellent exercise for Improving The citywide will beheld tries in charge. The
program public
and School Chorus will be
.the daughter of Mr. Mrs. presented
ankles i* to press feet flat Friday wit h outstanding las been invited to attend.OCTOVETTESSET.
William Golson 7978 Siskin Rd. in concert April 10 at 8 p.m.,
against the far end of the bathtuband talent in the city participating
The public is invited to attend In Day Sprint Baptist Church
,
then "walk"up the wall, from The participants will include:
bottom to rim, the services. : sponsored by Choir 4.
youth choir First Born Temple
The chorus is under the direction
.... Church of God in Christ 3 and

'n, '< Iv: '}" 1f' ",Iel\\) 4, Roberts Temple youth and 'will be of beard Vernon in Smith classics and, FOR ANNIVERSARY
: <'if- -f .oI' <' by>> special: co-,
senior choirs of the host church.
; : following the General semi-classics: spirituals and The Nathaniel Jackson's Oct-
tL' S'r: ; Session held Feb- The program will begin at 7:30: popular selections. The public ovettes will oberve their first
with Missionary A. Gar-
1-2, in Memphis. p.m.nett presiding, has been invited to attend. anniversary Sunday at 8 P.m.
,. : Louis Henry Ford, of In the Holy Church of the Living
<,.
C International Public God, 14th and Gruthal Streets.
Director,Churches St. Stephens Youth EASTER PROGRAM Special guest will be the
Christ, said all Saints 4T SHILOH Celestial Splrtltual Singers
: ted to attend the special The youth department Shlloh Other groups in the city have

To Present Cantatas Baptist Church Sunday School been invited to attend.COMMUNITY .

j el. Baptist Choir_ 1 The people's will present Sunday at its 4 Easter p.m., in program the-
young depart-
church auditorium: 0
: Perform Cantata mend of St.Stephen/ AME Church The theme is "Life Abun )PINNER
'1 under direction of Mr.and Mrs. "
: dantly. Larry Prison of the
Wilton
) Blake. Mrs. Carrie Com-
Young The West Jacksonville
People's Department
combined choirs of Bethel Adams ,
and Mrs. Essie Mason
will deliver an address on munity Center will be the
Institutional Church will will
present an Easter cantata
: "Freedom of dinner
as it Relates to scene a community
oar
in their 4th entitled "He Lives "
per- Sunday at
,
Crucified Christ, and Our Pre- Friday at 6 p.m.
of "The Seven Last 7 in
p.m., the educational building -
by Theodore Dubois sent Day Life According to the sponsoring
committees, the purpose of the
evening The characters are: Willis event is to have parents Involvement -
will be:: Mrs. Ruth Irving Noel Grant, James Cen- in maintaining voluntary -
: soprano, John Wright, wrlght, Warren Genwrlght, FIRST BORN CHURCH supervisory roles over
r and Herbert Pitman,bari Reginald Gundy, Cleve Adams, SLATES ANNIVERSARY the youth during the center's
The soloists will be Sharon Sbuman,, Jerald Sampson -
The First Born Church periods the of the
by combined adult
Freddie
Johnson Lillian
Living God will Local leader will be presentto
observe
under the its
direction
of
Lillian Johnson, Patricia Johnson, yst anniversary participate on the program,
T. Robinson beginning
or- Paulette Howard
Carolyn Gen
Monday and continuing through which will be held during the
wrlght, Charlotte Sampson,
cantata, one of the best Pamela Jordan, Charlene Tay- dinner
in sacred music letera- lor, Angela Taylor and others. I'to\.: 1_ A.
) f will be presented at 6:30 The narrator will be Mrs.Mary .::

RALPH ELLIOTT asks Blake. :
:
r, Bay'an& Girl OPEN
1 IS POPE. IN FAVOR OF A STATE INCOME TAX ) o\


REAP ON AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELFA :, Shop MoLthruFri'

( ) Hank Dranes column in the Florida WYF"p( BlACHBLVD.i 619;

Times-Union October 13, 1966, said, :31SOUTHS!!?.,.. ?A
.
"Pope is on record as saying he ....: .. .

doesn't think Ad Valorem Tax re- "
'
lief is possible unless a state ,
: income tax is enacted "


The following quotation is from a D

recent ,Verle Pope advertisement: lAr P PRESALE

"Verle Pope has for many years fore Up !

seen the day :when the ad 'valorenu) fr44

( tax .structure would need to be : : 1

changed, and has been and of the

leaders in the fight to reduce the for

burden on homeowners who now bear of

the major part of the tax load. 25 %

"
Does this mean that if Pope could : 7fimz'It -

accomplish what he said he was in qLy f

favor of in his ad that he would A :
OFF ON ALL
alsx be in favor of the state income /"t'w

tax he spoke of 5 months before r, r EASTER DRESSES

? Let's face it--he is one of 1

the high tax ganglOf e : ,, HATS and

/ / '
course, we must also remember POGKETBOOKSsiztriooottij

that old-line politcian Pope made a. t -rr, 9
the first statement (above) when he 110 4
: :w '
I r cms i TO 14
thought he would be Senator for four .
HE[ TUNS
; ) TO I IS!
The ad Quoted above appeared A
years.
< turn[ : i TO i 15
in the Jilddt of a campaign:
CHUIBETTB I'/i TO il'/i'
(B) To 'iepresent Duval Baker, Nassau, i. I
Union and st, John Counties. Note : i- BOYS' SPORT COATS

Dejocrats Independents You can HOB and SUITSJlZIJTOODlflJ
vote Repulblcan March 28th. $ .
sTOarls: 2 TI 4

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RELIGION AND Rights Leaders Attack Proposed Gets Scholarship Award CIVIL RIGHTS


RACENEW Housing Laws In Two States ROUNDUPBY

,
BOARD HEAD U\'DlANAPOLm-NPl-Propoaecl open housing laws In indiana -
NEW YORK-(NPI)-Named and Maryland have been attacked by civil rights leaders, NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
chairman of the board of directors .
of the Office of Com- In Indianapolis, the NAACP its power to promote open occupancy 'RIGHTS' RIOTALEXANDRIA
muncaUon: United Church of Us opposition to a bill In the predominantlyNegro
expressed Va.-(NPn-Yoif think the 1964 UJ5. Civil
Christ last week was the Rev which would legalize some city 1tiJtJ! ? Rights Act directed
was against Negroes, not white-only
Court
C. Shelby Rooks, Princeton, housing descrtmh atla4 Lake County Superior restuarants
Judging by a federal
Judge's reaction to discrimination
u
Indiana Judge James Richards at Hammond
director for the
(NJ.) associate The bill) passed
In Issued the temporary Injunction b complaint. U.s. District Judge Oren R. Lewis
the Fund for Theological Education House after being approved L1LaI scolded a
racially mixed that denied
was service at
The Virginia State the State Senate. However, the on the basis of a suit the Belvolr group
restaurant and said be would
take action
and Union slightly different brought by a group of Gary real against
Theological
College bill passed was
the
eatery only If It could be proved that the place refused
seminary graduate has as part In each house, necessitating estate operators :1 :
service to
: __ k Negroes who stopped there In their normal courseof
In Los minister
that Angeles, a Negro -
conference
of his new duties, the Job of a legislative activity. The "
called the
Judge
integrated bunch
piloting the OC directors In the could result In the bill's deathThe predicted that the "black of busybodies group a
current drive against racial bill) would amend the state's ghetto" would extend from Watts REVIRW: : around causing trouble.
discrimination In broadcastingand 1965 CK1 Rights Act to allow to predominantly white Westwood
efforts to bring) about balanced discrimination In real estate by 1980 If the embattled Rum- ,ON WAY OUT?
programming on the air sales or rentals If the discrimination ford Open Occupancy Act Is re- LOS ANGELES-(NPI)-This city's Human Relations Bu-
Is a part of voluntary pealed. reau may be on Its way out. Councilman Ernanl Bernandi
ON FRUSTRATIONS racial-balance plan submitted bya "the black ghetto will encom- announced that he would Introduce a motion In the City
NEWARK, N.J--NPI)-Concern neighborhood group and approved pass the University of Southern Council to abolish the unit. The bureau, be said, has wasted
/'Nlllr, the future of Negro by the Indiana Civil California and the University of Jia taxpayers' money and has failed to develop a positive
Presbyterian clergy has been) Rights Commission. California at Los Angeles, and program.
detailed by the Rev. Dudly S. According to Jeanette Strongof the residents of Westwood, who
Sarfaty, elective secretary, Gary, president, Indiana have enjoyed the almost privateuse 9 CHARGED
New Jersey Synod Commission NAACP Conference, discrimination of a public liberalism," said PASCAGOULAMlss.)-A Klan lawyer has been) charged
on Religion and Race. In his "no'matter bow limited* the Rev. James H. Hargettr In state warrants with kidnapping and beating a man he reportedly
paper, Rev. Sarfaty said, "Ata Is still morally wrong, whether Church of Christian Fellowship. thought aided federal agents. Travis Buckley, 32,
time when well educated Negro prosecuting attorney of Jasper county, was released on
leadership is beginning to who collaborate to practice It." Former Law PartnerOf bond, along with Billy Ray Pitts, 25, an accused Hangman.
get vastly Increased opportunity In Annapolis, Md., spokesmanfor Buckley Is representing U of 12 men Indicated In the J966.
In our economic life, the two major civil rights groups Senator Brooke firebomb death of Vernon Dahmer, Hattiesburg (Miss.) voter
frustrations which bear upon attacked a pending state open- registration leader. Pitts was one those Indicted. The kids
the Negro clergy represent a housing bill. They charged that Wins OYM Citation lipped man was not Identified '
deep discouragement and threat the bill, said to have a good tJostonmass.-NPI- 4
to their stability within the chance of passing, did not go
law of U.s.
former partner
ministry In our denomination... for enough. Sen. Edward W.Brooke has been) ACIEVEMINT'SCHOLAR-Covenor C. White, 17, of Dallas Texas, left, accepts an award VETERANSTHE
The results of this can very The bill would outlaw racial' selected for Inclusion In the 1967 u the second Humble Oil t Refining Company Achievement Scholar from R. C. Knowles,.
easily be falling away of pro- discrimination In the sale or edition of "Outstanding Young assistant manager of the oil company's Southwestern Enco Region. The youth Is'a top-
fesslonal Negro leadership rental of all homes and all apart- Men of America." ranking Donor student and leader in student-government and extra-curricular activities
within the denomination". ments of five or more units. Named by the editors of the In the senior class at the L.G. PInkston High School Dallas. He received a four-year JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC.
But It would allow realty agentsto National Junior Chamber ol scholarship to the college of his choice. Adolph A. Haute, center, represented Humble's
ASSISTANCENEW follow "expressed written in- Dallas sales district at the presentation .
Commerce William M.Gibson ceremony.Negro
was
YORKNPI)- The struction" of a home owner in the director Boston University Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking
United Presbyterian Commission sale of a bouse, if the owner Is I
Law School project on law
d Religion and Race baa not Involved In the real estate or Urban League Gives
approved 77,500 In grants to blldlng business. It also would and poverty. Political
aid programs on the local level. exempt homes operated by religious he A formerly lawyer and served social as worker social, Awards To NewsmenNEW Applications For Its
Chelf among the grants'u. or "bona fide fraternal
$10,000 to aid the 1967 programof organizations" for their own welfare referral coordinator YORK-CNPQ This
Service Parties OrganizedPHILADELPHIANPITwo
United Program
Legal ,
the Presbyterian Interracial members state's Urban League has presented -
Action for Boston Community Veteran Class.
council; $10,000 to the NatlonanCouncil John Stubbs, representing the awards to 12 newsmenfor
of Churches Com- Maryland NAACP, and George (anti poverty) Development, excellence In reporting
mission on Race and Religion T. James, executive secretary, Inc. (ABCD) Negro political parties have during 1966. Five of them
been announced both here and In Log Angeles.
and lesser amounts to various State Interracial Commission, worked for Negro publications, The Size Of Our ClassesIs
presbyteries and synods took Issue with the bill's ex- City Councilman state multi-service center in and seven for other periodicals.
throughout the country. emptions.Both In Philadelphia Cecil Moore; nearby Long Beacb.Announcement Employees of Negro publica
warned that developers Held local NAACP president, said of the Black tions receiving certificateswere
Funeral
TASK FORCE AREAS would establish "clubs" as a an all-Negro political party is Panther party's formation came James 1.. Hicks, former
CHICAGO-(NPI)-The four means of taking advantage at the PIDLADELPuu.NPI) being formed, and be would be after an all-day "black leader- executive editor, Amsterdam Limited By Law.
regional offices, set up by the fraternal organization loophotainey Funeral services have been Its candidate for mayor. ship conference" sponsored bya News; Jesse H. Walker his
? United Presbyterian Com- urged that the bill be made held for City Councilman "We do not Intend to ask black nationalist group cal- successor; Betty Granger Reid,
mission on Religion and Race, applicable to apartments of more Marshall L. Shepard, Sr., 67, for anything." We are going to led "US." New York Courter; James E. Enroll
.,. to expand and Implementc than two units. who once served as recorder take It, he said, after a Booker, Amsterdam News; and Now To Be Sure Of
CORAR's work have been) an- Stubbs said the bill's exemption of deeds for the District of meeting of 150 supporters. GIVE TO FIGHT Allan Morrison, Johnson Publi
Bounced. Only the synods of of homeowners would allow Columbia. In Los Angles, formation of jMULTIPLESCLEROSIS cations.
?; Washington, Oregon, Idoha- them to continue to discriminate Flags were flown at half mastIn the Black Panther party was Others receiving awards were, Place.
?: Utah, Rockies and Colorado through their brokers. a final tribute to Shepard, announced by John Floyd, Organization Ii Theodore Poston, New York
not included. Currently serviced In another setback for fair who died after brain) surgeryIn of African Studies. I The great crippler Post; Joan Murray, Columbia
from the national office, housing, the Gary (Ind.) Human the University of Pennsylvania '"Malcolm X Is going to be I of young adults Broadcasting System; Robert CALL
3559874INESE
cot saint. Our
political
they may later become a fifth Relations Commission was, hopltal. patron league, National Broadcasting ;
region barred temporarily ,from using:, :Rev. Shepard was pastor of philosophy is black nationalism '* Company, '. ,
,"be declared at a meeting
Mt. Olive Tabernacle Baptist -
second annIversarv
IT'.king the
You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get Church and once served as Harlem Malcolm
of the slaying bf
assistant pastor to the Rev.

: : LOW PRICES Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. D.C. X.Stokely. Carmichael, SNCC

Shepard was appointed leader, reportedly attended the
recorder of deeds by the late
meeting where formation of the
: DRUG STORE NEEDS President Franking D. Roose party was announced. The new
velt. He also was recorder of
political takes its name MARKETS
In 1951 group
deeds In Philadelphia SUPER
from a SNCC-afulated move- _
/ ,and In 1955 was elected council-
ment In the South.Carmlchael .
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store man-at-large.
,. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL He served three terms In the to aid a movement was In designed the area to PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EOGEffUDO AYE.
Papers. We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions ;Pennsylvania legislature between -
pack the welfare rolls in pro-
o 1934 and 1940. of the
test against the closing

;. Dixie Pharmacy LBJ Pledges Total War On Racism WESTERN CENTER CUTPORKCHOPS


.... 1302 Kings Road At Mjrtle Arem At Howard University Centennial LB.69C'''

WASHINGTOND.Cs ,President Lyndon B.Johnson in a speechat
Howard University on its 100th anniversary recently describedthe
Phones Elgin 555998 task of giving Negroes the same chances In life as every
other American and made the following pledge:

PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER "I have come back to Howard '=When nine million worker
today to renew my commitmentto -the forgotten ones at the bot- AZALEA SUGAR CURED SMOKED
that task, and to tell you tom of the economic ladder-
AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE that so long as I live, in publicor are assured a decent minimum *
private life, I shall never wage for the first time this
retract or amend that com year HAM LB. SHANK HALF 49CI
mitment." "I have seen these things
The President bared his deep happen, and much more-and
conviction that progress is possible I don't want to turn back."
I "despite the shortcomings Introduced to the assemblyat
of what we have done so far." the Howard Gymnasium by
He pointed out that "Ten short Dr. James Nabrit, President I
years ago as a Senator I Johnson paid tribute to the work -
fought to pass the first civil of Howard University GRADE "A" ,
Rights Act in 85 years. It was He said "This campus has
a frail instrument-1ncIeed-but been) the home and U the home L.. c
It was only the first. Seven today, of men and women who FRYERS 29CDETERGENT
years later as President, I knew their mission in life was
signed into Law a measure greater than service to them-
that bad the power to change selves. Many of them have been
the conditions of life for Negro my friends. Some of them have
Americans, and one year been called to the Federal service -
after that we opened the voting during my Presidency:
booths for good" "-the great lawyer, Solicitor
After almost a century of Inaction General Thurgood Marshall;
President Johnson "-Ambassador Patricia Harris

pointed out that "this Is the ; 59CTIME
work of ten years: Four Civil "-Mr. Hobart Taylor, director GIANT SIZE
Rights measures striking the of the Export-Import Bank;
I last chains of enslavement" "Commissioner John Duncan
The President said "I have, of the District of Columbia -
seen what can be done when, and many more.
hundreds of thousands of children -, "These sons and daughters

life;are given a Head Start In of Howard-together Secretary Ralph with Bunche Under SAVER BLEACH K GALLON LIMIT 1 im ji.ii ORDER 5*

KEN KNIGHT "When 8 million others begin of the United Nations, and Sen 43
to receive a better educa- ator Ed Brooke of Massachu I GOOD HOPE EVAPORATED MILK 3 mi SANS *

tion In elementary and setts, whom I am sorry te

Invites You To Listen To- secondary schools; say, I did not appoint -are a WALDORF BATH 'ROOM TISSUE 4 ROLLS 33*
"When million of men can testimony to Howard's maturityfar
find work In a thriving economy more compelling than the
passing of a hundred years." DELMONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL W
; in tins !
BIG BAND "-When millions of older "That Is your challenge, you
people have the haunting fear who will follow them. For the ,,'
of medical costs lifted from work that lies ahead Is too BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE lUll (' 43*
demanding, and Involves far '
"DANCE PARTY"i themwhen young men and too many lives In urgent needof
women are given the chanceto help, to be parcelled out U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES 11 li. lAC., 33*

take bold of their lives In by race. Tomorrow's problem I

>Ilj 11:30: li 12:00: Saturday 9 '..11.f Job Neighborhood Corps programs Youth;Corps and which your will hands be placed, will squarelyin not be FOREMOST ICE CREAM ALL rums H fiuir 49* :


, 1400 WRHC 1400 can" acquire When those them;without skills divided"white into"Negro problems.problems"and IANQUET FROZEN fRUIT. PIES FAMILY SUE PEACH mil 2S$ j!

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I STAR PAPERS SATURDAY MARCH 25, 1967IIIiRcis


Move To Water Down WORLDOF Prtxy Accepts Chick Opinion The very carp whites about "Negro who continually vio- '

lence" are the ones who are ,
Fair Noising Law AttackedSPRINGFIELD most secretly enamored of 1f.
BOOKS ttare a theory bout the Powell For the law-brea.k1nrattrib1ted"
affair that neither whites nor to the Negro, and projected
111.-{NPO-flllnois has become the third state Negroes elll likely find sailsfcctory. onto him, Is as much a part""'
where efforts have been made in recent weeks to water down fair YOUR CAREER'IN BANKING, But here it goes of Western culture as Is the "
housing legislation Powell has become maintenance of social ."
By Harry Edward NeaL New ?$ Adam Clayton control.:
In Illinois Indiana and Maryland apartments of five or more un. York: Cornerstone Library.191, a cause celebre not because Powell fits into the law-anti.:
rights leaders charged PP. $1.This. h be Is Negro who defied Taw syndrome as the Wesfs;;:
that bills masquerading as open its.But the bill also would allow informative book is most "'JbI Establishment," but because eternal Prodigal Son, Its free-v:;i
occupancy legislation actually realty agents to follow "ex' helpful, whether you are Interested be is a symbol of the living swinger, who Is outward -i
would nave the effect of legal. pressed written instructions" In a banking career or libertine and Bohemian manyof ly damned butinWafcllypra1secl.-
lung housing discrimination.: of a home owner In the sale curious merely as a depositor., us secretly would like to His being a Negro reinforces
Two bills introduced Into the of a house if the owner is not You get as rare look at the tot this Image. So, Ironically does
Illinois legislature by House involved In the real estate or inner workings of our nation's Negro leadership has rallied, the fact that be is also Rev.'I'I
Speaker Ralph T. Smith would building business. banking system. lonehat blindly behind Powell Powell, for the Issue has I'
increase discrimination i n It also would exempt homes Included are a direct and to his legal troubles by charging ligiously rooted overtone.But .
housing against the state's minority operated by religious or "bone simple explanation of our that attacks on him are I submit that his religious
groups the Illinois Com fide fraternal" organizations country's banking structure racially inspired. It has sought' ''and ethnic aspects of the question
mlttea for Fair Housing Law for their own members. the career opportunities it offers to interpret anti-Powell moves only reinforce the real
charged' Rights leaders In Maryland to qualified young men and, In Congress and New York as (Powell issue: our mixed feeling
These bills, which would void charged that the major thrust women. in assault on Negro political about the free-swinging behavior
local open occupancy ordinances of the bill would be tolegaUze To get his information the lr'a power. attributed to him.
in many cities throughoutthe housing discrimination: author talked with bank tellers, On the other hand, whites We all would like to be a
state, would permit a real Developers w ill establish trust officers, cashiers treasurers -, often point to Powell as an Powell, but, unfortunately the'
estate dealer to discrmlnate "clubs" as means of taklngad- bank presidents, Fed- example of Negro perversity law-abiding aspect of our West
when receives signed state- vantage of the fraternal organ eral Reserve and Treasury department ,. :and regard the deposed Congressman ern tradition win not allow
ment from the owner authorizing ization loophole, they said,noting -. officials and representatives _1 as an "uppity Ne- that. So we either curse Powell
him to do so. that the bill does not effect of various banking who go out of hand. -or make Mm a racial hero.
Introduction of the bills followed the major source ofhouslng discrimination associations in order to put Ina nation that has been
efforts in the Indiana and -the homeowner. together a clear account of fighting over the race issue

Maryland legislatures to pull In Illinois the setback pre- the banking world and the job COLLEGE ACCEPTS GIFT FROM' HUMBUJt (XL A special purpose gift to famish and eqmp since Its Inception, the Powell NEWS
the teeth out of to be found in it affair undeniably has strong
open housing sented by introduction of the two expanded placement facilities at Texas Southern University In Houston Is accepted by Dr. J.A.,,
legislation. House bills was even more ... ..... Pierce center T.S.U. president Robert E. Joyce prepresented Humble Oil A Refnlng Company'racial overtones.
In But the Powell question
Indianapolis a bill passedthe md goes
grave.!' the donor, presented Rumble's check for $3,133 to the school, Mr. Joyce is recruitment coordinator DIGEST
Indiana House which would, One of the bills "lsparttculaly beyond race. Powell has been
at the Houston headquarters of the oil company, largest U.S. refiner and marketer oi 'r
discrimination. voibthe GET THE MOST FOR YOUR made into symbol of thesweetliving
legalize some housing vicious in that it would petroleum products. Also a
representing Humble was Harold Odora right and 1965 of Texas WASHINGTON
graduate -4PI( _
Bohemian who )
fair housing ordinances that MONEY WHEN YOU BUY A
Southern
now a systems in the Controller's
analyst Department at the Humble Oil
headquarters -
The measure would amend the have been passed in many cities CAR. By Bal Moolman. New: Mr. Odom who does-or supposedly does- Middle-class Negroes have been ,
majored in while
accounting earning a buslness-adminlstartion is of
state's 1965 Civil Rights Act to and towns in the state,Including York: Cornerstone Library.140 the professional employees In Bumble's one what his countrymen wish they accused of running out on
T& U. recruitment
team. The oil also to
allow discrimination in rea 1 Chicago and Weston," said PP. $1. make addltonal office fruniture and available company plans :could do, though they cannot their poorer brethern and turning .
equipment to the
estate sales orrentalsif the discrimination Curtis Heaston, executive dire The simple Important message move Into their larger quarters university when its placement personnel .admit itPowell up their noses at them.
is oart of a r o 1- ctor. Illinois ''Committee for of this book Is that you., Is more than a symbol Benjamin H. Alexander Wad-
votary racial-balance plan sub- Fair Housing Law. should be careful and patient // lYe Art To Uavt Peace of Negro resistance. His hington school board member,.
mitted by a neighborhood group Effect of the bill, if It passes, when you buy a car. You must 'rebellion is as old as Western said middle-class Negro par
and approved by the Indiana could be loss of a proposed atom be careful and patient enoughto "Moreover, men has a.natural Among The StarsWITH society Itself and reflects the ents are prejudicing their child
Civil Rights commission. smasher to be built in Weston do some checking that can right to be respected. West's ever-present tension ren against slum-area Negroes.,
The bill, passed by the state a Chicago suburb. make all the difference in getting He has a right to his good :between rectitude and license This prejudice he dald, is a
senate In a slightly different Overturning of Weston's open the most for you money. name He baa a right to LEE IVORY between the law and freedom product of "insecurity or a.
form, was attacked by Jeanette housing ordinance which effects Moolman discusses: such freedom In Investigating 'the NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL from the yoke of the law, between desire to be someone else,".
strong president Indiana only real estate men, not topics as: "How to Avoid BuyIng truth,. and, within the limits'of the "letter that kWeth" Reagrdless ofooe'ssoclalclasS"we =
NAACP conference who said property owners could be the a 'Lemon"* "Where to' the moral order and the Brunswick recording artists Billy Butler Otis Leavllle and and the "spirit that maketh are the same people"
'discrimination was morally 'move that changes federal of Shop ans When to Buy" "De- common good, to freedom of Marvin Smith currently working Gene Chandler's 2 by 4 alive" lie declared.
wrong "whether practiced b y ficials' minds about bringing, speech and publication, and Algiers Lounge in Chicago-are running around the city like Powell represents the libertine -
realtors or groups who collaborate $375 million federal bonanza to Shop and When to Buy" to freedom to pursue whatever lunatics trying to decide which one will record a duet with side of the Wesfs inner JUNK HEAPANNAPOLIS
to practice It." the Chicago ..uburb.JO'I "Dealer 'Traps'Beware Of," profession he may choose,i sultry foxy Barbara Rinehartl! She's the young girl who had schism between law and is- Md.-(NPI)-
Meanwhile in Annapolis, Md., "How to Test a Car in the offers from five major firms to record her soulful, mellow order-a schism having strongly Maryland's ban on interracial
a bill was introduced the leg tea. Showroom as well as on the "He baa the right also, to tones. According to her manager Sam Phillips Brunswick is rellgous origins.His shenanigans marriages 306-year-old law
islature which would outlaw racial N THE MU'CHOF Road" "Facts about Financing be accurately informed about. the label she wants. According to AIR man Carl Davis, Bruns- : in Blmlnl are as mucha against miscegenation was sent,,
discrimination In the sale DIMES ," and "Safety Features to pirblic events." wick Is the label she can get... part of the Western tradition to Gov. Spiro T. Agnew. The
of rental .of all homes and all. Be Considered." Already getting letters from all over the country about the as the censorious attacks on governor has said he will sign
expose-type feature I wrote on Motown Recordcorporationnowon his character.For the bill, passed by both sidesof
the nations newstands in "IPs HAPPENING," the Jamie the West has a longstanding the legislature. A similar
"YOUR DOLLAR Greene-type scandal sheet out of Cleveland. First of all, It love affair with the bill was defeated last year
really works. If you dart believe it, ask Marvin Gaye Stevie libertine law breaking tra but reapportionment of the legislature
MOREAT Wonder, the Temptations the Miracles Tamml Terrell,Martha dition. Romaine love, basedon resulted in a shift of
;1 BUYS and the Vandellas, the Marvelettes the Spinners, Barbara the notion that true and control from rural to urban
McNair, Billy Eckstine Harvey Fuqua,the Monitors the Elgin satisfying love must be foundedon and suburban areas.According
: BANNER Sneaky "Shorty Long" Pete, David and Jimmy Ruffln, and, of violations of the rules of ly greater Negro political sten.
; YOUR course, tie: super Supremes. And this is not a complete list of chastity Is several centuries ght resulted
the top artists under one banner.We don't even discuss the team old.
FOOD STORE" n of writers Motown manages to hang on to with "Just a little bit Expressions like "I fell in PAID'BACKMOBILE.

\. QUANTITY' of contract and a whole lot of love I" love" reflects our feeling that Ala.- (NPI) Jim
'I. "YOUR HOME RIGHTS RESERVED PUCESATUR DAY Two of the quietest entertainers in the business are, oddly true love has to be a transformation Clark who gave thousands d
TOWN GROCER enouch.-the'two he-metis.who are never without. Well-paybhg.: -a .descent, into the I civil rights demlnstratlors a
gigs. It seems funny to me that In this'day and agtf when every, depths of our lust or an ascendancy hard time In 1964 when he was
entertainer Is constantly struggling to find "the record," to the heights of roman- Dallas county sheriff is getting -.
Scepter's winging Chuck Jackson and Mercury's magnificent tic bliss. paid back. He's been held
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Jerry Butler don't need Top 50 hits to pack a night club or However true love, according in civil contempt of court la
theatre. Incidentally though they do nave "that record" going to the Western romantic tradition connection with the forced
1 LI. BAG C for them now -but who really needs it? Chuck is copping is not to be found within march of 200 Negroes during
honors with his "Hold On, I'm Coming," recorded with the confines of one's everyday the 1964 demonstration. Federal *,
48 my baby Maxine Brown and Jerry is cooling it behind "I marital stuation. The Wesfs District Judge Daniel H.
LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER Dig You Baby"-followed with is first album In over three age-old romanticism demands Thomas ordered him to pay

years. lawbreaking as the test of $1,505 to Peter Hall, a civil
Whatever happened to Mary Wells? Fontella Bass? Jackie validity.So rights attorney "as partial
Ross? Three of America's finest female vocailsts...Well,. it is with civil rights protests compensation for losses sustained ,
ICs like this I'll tell later. First I'd better find out .
you Civil disobedience is no as direct result of this
SNOWDRIFT before I start spreading my lies all over the country. aberration of Western standards civil contempt of court." .
::0.
I know Mary Just returned from Europe, but her phone Is It is an equal part of the
either busy or she is out of town. I can't find hide nor hair Wesfs tradition torn between CRAVE ISSUE
3 IB, CAN of Mae Hampton since she upped and got married on me. maintenance of order and the WASINGTON (NPIJim

SHORTENING I LIMIT 1 WITH 5.00 48 She's Mary's charming personal secretary and acebooncoon belief that salvation can be Crow follows a man to the
and one of my very dear friends from the Detroit Minor found only in disorder. grave It has been revealedby

OR MORE FOOD ORDER Key jail days. Whether they like It or not, local undertakers who ells.
The Trio is to make strides in
continuing great
Young-Holt Negroes have become the sym- closed an "unwritten agree,
the comeback from the separation from Ramsey Lewis a few bols of this disorder which ment" segregating the area's
months_ago. They are .currently working a Jazz festival at the West secretly veneratesas funerals by race.. According
Lens Casino Cleveland and scheduled for a lour-oay uung
much as order. to the agreement white funerals -,
W -' at a postage stamp-size club in Chicago.
VEftSHEY'S Whatever crime there .
: PIES may are handled by white un-
Mur it tioiui nu u+uaan'vi MORTON
See You Among the Stars..unless you-know-wbo decides to be in the Negro community dertakeers and Negro fun-
l 11 beat my fool heacllnlMississippi! does not matter so much as erls by Negro firms. "Funeral

;" APPLE the fact that the Negro has directing Is really a segre
SUGAR ... County's Negroes become representative of gated thing" said Robert G.
; ,,1 PEACH flouting the law and living out- McGuire McGuire Funeral

: : HERSHEY'S. CUSTARD 203 29PHUODELPIIA Get Chance At Self-RYIe, May 2, 'side It. Homf'!!.

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28 *** &* < SUNFLOWER CITY, Mlss.-- egro citizens of at least eaotcr
two towns in Sunflower county, home of segregationists e n.
SUGAR; James 0. Eastland, will be given a chance on May to rule Li: a .
!themselves for the first time since Reconstruction.

LIMIT 1 $$10.00 ,; :;;. 1 5 Sunflower Is one of several be equal if we didn't let the.
MORENI1D Dixie counties where Negroesare whites
by represented by their
'OR ORDER. t : CHEESE FOR in the majority.Sunflower own people"
:tO'J"lICREAM City alone Negroes make up 70 Sunflower's elections campa amif'f4lair'
I _: : i oz. PIG \ 29} per cent of the population and igns could represent the first '

; i J have a registered voting maJority successful ate
: 4e -.
.
: ;: + successful attempt by Negroes,
The May 2 election date was set to oust a racist white minority AT THE
by a U.S.District court,following and take control of local polit-' DIANA $H.QPS'The
SEMI-00NElESS the March 1966 historic decision -, ics.
by the U. S. Fifth Circuit' If the
effort
Is successful, it
AGALEA SMOKED HAM PORK ROAST LI.. 49t Court of Appeals overturning: could pave the way for similar Easter Parade begins at the Diana
the June municipal elections bids by Negroes to take oven, Shops with the '
Jim mint it. throughout Sunflower the dozens of counties throughout -' fashions greatest collection ot
county. the South where Negroes are ever You'll find our selections
SUGAR CREED All MEAT This marked one of the first ,in a majority. are at their best in the newest ot the
times in the country's history In Sunflower City the offices of new for Mom, Dad Bother 'Sidter.'JUSrSAY
: : and
49' FRANKSFOR flQC that elections have been set aside mayor city clerk, five aldermanic ; .
because Negroes were denied posts and others heMby',
' 12 01. IIG. the vete. .whites are being contested.
The court found that the county "A ,victory Eastland's backyard
registrar had deprived Negroes will give hope and alterna
ARMOUR STAR of their right to register to vote,, tins to the thousands of Negroes '
I y by Imposing a pattern of racial who, out of fear,have still
HEN TURKEYS LB. 090 discrimination. The court actIon not registered," MFDP said.
was brought by the Mississ The county Is the site of Sen.
r ippi Freedom Democratlcparty. Eastland's 5,800-acre plantat-.
Mrs Fannie Lou Hamer was the Ion Eastland chairman of the
'
: 0,5. 111 1 WHITE FANCY ,plaintiff. .Senate Internal Security subcommittee -
Two towns in the county--Sunflower .
.-j SWEET CORNEAR City and Moorhe d-wl1J Local leaders have changed
'- hold elections May 2. In both, that Sen. Eastland's Influence '
P.O. T r A T 0 E S t '. ;" .t I Negroes are planning to run for the Justice department Is responsible in-'

,fines the entire range municipal of voting for registrars the failure to of visit federal : ,

tt' .tt WARDS BROWN I "We are leaving two positionsfor Sunflower county.
SERVE
10 LI BAG whites,". said Mrs.Lela Mae A victory for the Sunflower I
3.gc. \'t2, "r ,Brooks ,vice-chairman Sunflower candidates will give It-h
J encouragement "Charge
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ROllS i" 35* $ : MFDP. to Negro hopefuls in the :
"We want our people>> to represent 1967 statewide county elections. TAKE MONTHS '
us,, and we feel U wouldn't MFDP said. TO PAYran

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BEACH, FLAv-The swings to spring In Miami Former Dean Is

Beach, with its light breeze, mild airs and matching In- Dr.
door and outdoor comfort. Wiley S. Bolden former
: ,Dean of Clark College, Atlanta -
Vacation entertainment continues are dotted along the 10 milesof Georgia, has Joined the
cone to the unmatched Atlantic shore reserving Southeastern Education: Laboratory
schedule of mid-winter, witha altogether about two miles for r as Associate Director
full month more ahead. public use.Similarly. for Research effective March
Thoroughbred racing at Gulf a choice of rest- 'I, according Dr. Robert L.Hop-
stream Park, featuring the aurants and shops Is within per, SEL Director.
$100,000 Florida Derby April 1, two or three blocks of any (- --- As Research Associate Dr.
remains as an afternoon attraction hotel, although many hotels include Bolden will provide Laboratory
through April 24. For dining rooms and coffee leadership for the developmentof
evenings, there Is harness shops and shopping arcades evaluative techniques to assist
racing at Tropical Park through and offer modified Americanas educators across the South-
April 22; Jal alal untU May 1 well as European plans. eas In building better and more

and greyhound racing all Those who drive southward, t' 7 r V1 M effective educational programs.
through the summer. or rent an automobile after 1 ti F A Dr. Bolden will be responsiblefor
Many of the lavish night club arrival of course have unlimited the assessment of all
productions are billed through sightseeing. However, } .aspects of the Laboratory program -
most of April. Symphony concerts both buses and boats leave from through developing and
In the municipal auditorium mid-city for all major sight- refining basic educational Information -
'el
> are scheduled April 2, seeing attractions in area, so about the region Dr.
9 and 16 and May 7. Legiti the lack of individual transportation Hopper exlalned.
mate theater provides further Is small handicap: in SEL, a non-profit corporation
variety in the after-dark hours. visiting points of Interest. established with funds from
Winter-weary visitors from Fishing trips, either In the Title IV of the Elementary and
colder climes will find April bay or ocean, are arranged Secondary Act of 1965, Is designed -
hotel rates as mild as the blue easily at docks along the bay- 1r to develop programs
ocean waters outside their front. Costs for fishing vary aimed at the alleviation of ed-
rooms. Prices drop an averageof from $3.75 for space on adrift 'vcatlonal deprivation in Ala
25 per cent from February- boat for a half-day, to bama, Florida and Georgia.
March tariffs enabling vacationers $55 for four people on a char rJ Named Associate Professorof
to sojourn in luxury ter cruiser complete with : p U Psychology at Clark in 1948,
for, $20 .to $JO a day double crew: and tackle. wr Dr. Bolden has previously
and in thoroughly comfortable served as part-time Professorof
lodgings for substantially less. MiSs Ala Patterson Y Psychology at the NDEA
By the time May arrives, MI Counseling and Guidance Institute
prices will have been further : North Carolina College
reduced to summer's bargain Weds Kenneth J. Gay at Durham N. C. From 19<<-

levels. From May through October 46, he was a VS. Army teacher
rooms begin at $5 or $6 Miss Ann Patterson became d basic tool subjects to Illiterate
a day for the smaller, off- the bride of Kenneth J. Gay on Inductees at Fort Ben-
ocean hotels range upward to March 5 In a ceremony which jJi DIne, Georgia and from 1939-
$15-$18 for the most elaborate was performed by the Rev 44, had taught In Alabama
all rates quoted here as dou- W. J. Macon, pastor of First schools.
Baptist Church of Opa-Locka Dr. Bolden has served as a
ble.Accommodations are plentiful. Organist Charles Jones render- : consultant to varous local state
ed the marital music with
and
federal
Nearly aU but the most economical educational
Learmar Gay as soloist.
hotels have swimming agencies private foundations,
The bride is the of
pools for their guest, and most daughter schools and colleges and was
Mr. and Mrs J.B. Patterson
a member of the
of those without pools are within Visiting Committee -
a short walk of the beach. of 16241 NW,17th Court, Opa- PARTY-Mlamiani who composed tile wedding party when Was Ann Man, Nathaniel Bryant; Ushers, Herrln Smith, Wfflto Patterson, Larry fatter for evaluation of secon-
Most vacation recreational Locka and is in training at Patterson and Keneth ,J. Gay were Joined in holy matrimony are shown here son, J.B. Patterson, Jr.; Flower Girls Angle Brownie, Cynthia Dennard, dary schoos in the State of
facilities also are within a few North Miami General Hospitalas From left are Bridesmaids: Miss Janet King,Miss Rhona Shannon, Miss Bertha Sandra Shannon; Ring Bearer, Earl Tyron Deanard, Jr. Georgia from 1958-60.
blocks of all hotels and apart- a Licensed Practical Nurse. Brooks, Miss Sandra Knowles; Matron of Honor Mrs. Francis Kearse; Best
The is the of
groom son Rev.
ment
buildings.
and Mrs Samuel Gay Miami..
Miami Beach i is built on the 7J
He was discharged to January .
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southern of Education RoundupNECESSARY S
tip
a long narrow I
1967 from 'the VS.' Armed I
peninsula dividing the ocean
Forces after serving in Viet.
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from Biscayne Bay. The city
nam. RANGE
is approximately 10 miles from The bride was given in marriage -* WASHINGTON? -(NPI) Is U.S. Office of Education Is seekIng -
north to south and
averages by father. She to end federal assistance to
wore a gownof racial integration necessary to services -
about a mile In width. Thus the ,
what Chanitilly lace Sussex county schools are still were set for March
insure good education? U. Secretary Friday
three municipal golf course: .......
Mrs Wilder of 1735
sprinkled with segregated and "the Negro Maggie '
lightly
segquln;' : of Health, Education, aaeaa 24th at Range Funeral Home
two tennis
centers and dozen
a schools N.W. 68th Street died Thurs-
the slim bodice with bateau and Welfare John Gardner indicated are Inferior. The on Chapel.
playground parks are close to neckline and long sleeves con be wasn't sure, in the county's school board denied day, March 16.She Is survivedby Master Christopher Range of Mr. Edward Strother of 1425
everything. Nine beach parks trasted with bouffant skirt, take of a report by Civil Rights the charges. As much as $25, a husband, Mr. John Wilder; 417 N.W. 7th St. Apt. #4 diedon N.W. 65th Street died on Saturday aces
which ended In a chapel train. commission urging a federal 000 a year in federal aid is a mother, Mrs. Rachel Lee;one Friday, March 17, 1967. He March 18, 1967. He is
| MIAMI BEACB SHORTS |I Her veil of double illusion net law requiring school integra- involved. Exasperated federal sister Mrs Mable Godfrey; an is survived by his parents, survived by two daughters Mr. Jack McKenzie of 1562
was held by a coronet of lace, tion throughout the nation. A officials said the school board aunt, Mrs. Ines Dinklns other Mr. and Mrs Sammie Lee Mesdames: Romaine Hardy and N.W.157th Street died on tues-
pearls and rh'nestones. Her single study he said "does had made a little or no effortto relatives. Funeral service were Range; five sisters and brothersand Fleda Cremer; one son, Mr. day, March 21, He is survivedby
MIAMI BEACH FLA<-+Savage matromony honor wore a white not answer all the questions," get community: support for held March 23rd in the Church many other relatives Funeral Edward Strother; sixteen five daughters, Mesdames:
battles sometimes occut: between gown and the bridesmaids wore But he added that the evidence desegregation and has violatedits of the Lord Jesus Christ service set for on Friday, .grandchildren; thirteen great- Jacquelyn Queen Lula McKenzle -

sharks and bottle nosed rainbow color: gowns. though 'not fully conclusive, Indicated own desegregation plan. .........- March 24, at 10:00 a.m. in the grand children and other relative ; Evelyn McKenzie Clays
dolphin, the good-natured seagoing Following the wedding a reception that "equality of n. Range Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral service held on Goodwin, and Prlscilla McKen
mammal that is starred was held In the bride education opportunity>> cannot be $10,000 Thursday, March 23, in St. ale; three sons, Johnny, Jack
in many oceanic tourist at home. achieved in a segregated school WASHINGTONNPQEm- Mrs. Carmen RahmlngGalney, ....... James AME Church and James McKenzie;three sisters -
tractions. One or two dolphin After a honeymoon in Nassauthe system." peror Halle Selassie of Ethiopiahas (daughter of the late Ben Rationing Fannie Handrlcks Ann
seldom win against a shark, couple will live in Miami. presented$10,000 Howard ) died in Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs. Willie Lorraine BUfiS of eases.. Solomon and Nippy Holt; one
but a half-dozen can put a sharkto QUIETLY University. A $5,000 check and on Sunday, March 12, 1967. She 1701 Albany St.,Brunswick Ga., brother, Bloomer McKenzie,
fight LOS ANGELESNPlA $5,000 In $20 bills were givento is survived by a husband, four died at Baptist Hospital on Sat- Mr. Luclous McCray of 405 Funeral services were set for
A COURSE IN NEW MATH was theatrical program of poetry Lawrence Hill, assistant director children, two sisters two urday, March 18, 1967. She., Is Dania Beach Blvd.,died Monday Saturday March 25th at First
series being taken by a group of par. and prose was quietly touring of alumni affairs. The brothers and many other re- survived by a daughter and son- March 20. He is survived by abrother Baptist Church.
:: ents so that they would better the Watts area and providing emperor, who was in this country latives. Funeral services were in-law, Dr, and Mrs. Herbert Mr. Arthur Ward and
Several species of game are understand it and be able to help educational opportunities nota-' on a visit to President held on Tuesday March 21 stat Green and other relatives. Her
being 'released In the marshy their children with their home- vallable In the classroom. The Johnson Is said to dispense 3:00 p.m. in the Range Funeral remains were shipped on

lands of southern Florida on an work. entertainment, titled "For My many of his donations in cash. Home Chapel., Monday to Brunswick, Ga.,

experimental basis. Includedare : After struggling with it for a People Now," has played to seance where final rites were held WAMEDIAL
sambar deer andSitka deer, few sessions, one parent threw 4iv( audiences totalling 17,000 RECORD ROW
both native to Asia, antelope persons since 196S. The local esaa
her hands In
despair. "After Miss Alice Johnson of
up Mary
from the American West and board of education has allocated Cannonball Adderley Quintet
Royal ducks a non-migratory this New Math, what n lCt7" $9,000 for the performances ..."Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"... 5511 NW.12th Avenue died on Sylvester W. Williams of 3078
I species from South America. Her neighbor grinned "lIav II't which Include CAPITOL..Here'i a real big Thursday, March 16. She is N.W. 67th Street a victim of
you heard? Alt rmathr' selections from the works of one by Cannonball that is going survived by her mother, Mrs. accidental drowning on Satur-
Langston Hughes, Carl Sand- all the way to the top in a Lucille Johnson; a grand- day, March 18th. He survived -1260
burg, Richard Wright, and Paul hurry and will remain a Jazz mother, Mrs. Eva Mercer; by his,parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Your professional beautician Laurence Dunbar. classic. The title tune, "Mercy, three bothers, Albert and Williams; five sisters; two
Samuel James Edward
Mercy Mercy la five minutesand Johnson brothers and other relatives.
,
knows the answer.
Dozier; seven aunts and many Funeral services
held
REVIEW seven seconds of musical were on
other relatives. Funeral held Wednesday March 22 in the FLORIDA'SRHYTHM
WASHlNG'roNNPlAlpha delight. Other numbers on the ,
Wednesday March 22nd.
Kappa Alpha Sorority, foundedat groovey side are "Pun," ,
Can your hair be damaged Howard University, plans to. "Games," "Sticks," "Hlpa- eases
review the library collections: delphla," and CannonbalPf

from brushing alone ? of all major cities Including brother Julian's ever popular Mr. Mark Forest of 1401 N.W.
"
Negro archives in an effortto "Sack tf Woe. The stereo
61st St.died on Thursday March
of quality Is excellent
promote
knowledge Negro
16. He is survived by his par-
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and nature contributions to history.Sorority ......... ents Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd Forest;
elements. Certain compounds and chemicals Im- leaders said they would
greasy many five brothers; an uncle Mr.
properly used, also take their toll..not to mention simple attempts ask chapter members all over Walter Walker; an aunt and ,
at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of the country to interview local Aretha FranUln."Take It uncle Mr. and Mrs Hardle
natural bristles. The results are brittleness breakage dry and residents on their recol- Like You GlveIt"H.COLUMBIA ,Walker and other relatives.His
dull looking hair. lections. The sorority also ...Aretha is adding a whole lot remains were shipped to Glenn-
plans to operate in-service of soul to the eleven tunes
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles vllle, Ga.
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair training courses at several presented In her latest album.
that give it body, lustre and protection. And trained beautician! colleges to promote the teach- You'll especially "Why Was sass
claim that nothing beats Clairol' condition Beauty Pack Treatment ing of minority-group history. Soul.I Born" ," "A Little Bit of

for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage Mrs. Eliza Clears of 321 N.W.
leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition Is an easy-to- SEGREGATED .....arr S2nd Street died Thursday,
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical RICHMOND, Va.-(NPI)>-The March 16. She is survived bya

straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been brother Rev. J.R. Smith; a f1U111 & BLUES
previously relaxed. condition Is the ultimate In repairing deep- son, Frank Dean; and other -
down damage. And, when time is a factor for,their customers relatives. Funeral services,
hairdressers turn to new Clairol' Hair Dew*_the lotion conditioner Photographer were set for Saturday March

that penetrates so fast many think of it as an instant I :" MARY COBB 25, 1967 at 3:30: p.m., in the
conditioner When applied regularly by your beautician Clairol ROLLINS Ebenezer Methodist Church. RADIO STATION

Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to I ti
your hair that many-friends will notit* and admire. P.O. Box 232 ......

Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. t "' Phone 226-2645 WMIM
But damage to every woman's hair comes from.so many other Mrs. Manuals Smith of 321
causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be re N.W. 52nd Street diedSaturday, Spotlight Product "WHAMMYIN
vitalized/ periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask 707 Lester Street March 18tb. She If survived by

this expert to check the condition of your hair. Thomasville, Georgia her husband, Rev. J. R. Smith
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. and many other relatives Her
remains were shipped to MIAMI"IIIIIUI
C ca.InIIlnc. lltl Couftoty of C18lrollnc. TM www Miami Florida
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PARENTS BOYCOTT D. C. Urban Renewal Receives "Employment" Award Howard U. ,Dean GRADING SCHOOL' -

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NEGRO HIGH SCHOOL Plan PriidedByKii5HAZELHURST Plans To RetireWASffiNGTOlMNPO '

Dr. ,4
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UBS-Civil WASHINGTONNPI)- Urban # ....
dean of .
Isabel Burns Lindsay,
in thlsSouthwest ,
rights leaden renewal-often called"Ne -
Graduate
Mississippi community hart gro removal"-has a bad nameIn Howard University
vowed to continue last week'sboycott some quarters.But School of Social Work, plans to ...
retire at the end of the academic
of all Negro Parrlsh not In the Shaw area Just '.' :Ii
High School until their demandfor north of downtown Washington year.
Dr. Lindsay, the only woman 'B
the ouster at Negro principal where an urban renewal pro "
A.J. Dlllloo Is approved. gram "with a difference" is lathe dean of an academic division To recognize outstanding

The school boycott,which state works. of a Washington-area found the unlver.slty. scboolwork achievement by a school

field director of the NAACP Even Dr. Martin Luther King ,, helped 30 Today board the National Education
some ago.
years
p asld parents In community Jr., had kind words for the pro the school Is one of the Association and Thonj
had become "disenchanted withYi' gram. nation's largest. McAn Shoe Company jointly,
Dilllon because of the over The difference in the plan to, Dean Lindsay hopes to spend 'sponsor a nationwide awards: '
crowded situation the class rehabilitate one of the city's ,. program.Jarksnmillt'9 .
her time
f. traveling
rooms, the absence of an active worst slums is this: A !
Parent Teacher Association The attack on blight "would Y -
and charges that funds coordinate and concentrate all Y I
donated by parents nave not available federal resources-4n

been accounted for" housing construction, Job train 111 '
Mr. Dilllon has denied the ing, health,recreation,welfare, 10g R
----
charges and said that duringhis education, transportation and' i I \\i IfC
tenure at the school Improvements municipal services- to 1m- .
have been made prve both physical and social
i in classroom construction. He conditions for the people who
also, said the school's book live and work there."
are audited by an accredited That was the assessment of

accountant. the Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, g iarytst and lest Known*
"If Mr. Dlllion is not replacedby who has long supported the Je
a more competent person who "model Inner city" concept
will work In the Interest of the Many urban renewal programs

hundreds of disadvantaged have been criticized for putting THIS WftK SPECIALS
Negro children attending this up new buildings, but not providing PRODUCED Off OUR LOCAL ACHES
school" Mr. Evers said "Ne- for the full cultural,educational ,
gro parents will Immediatelyseek and recreational needs PAN TROUT SMALL

to enroll their childrenin of the community. Other, Aa award for "practicing democratic ideals In employment"'-Occasion was the group's recent annual awards dinner at the
the all-white schools"Meanwhile renewal programs have meant 'was presented to Arthur G. McNItt, (3rd left) Central division Sheraton-Chicago: Hotel here. Attending the dinner with Mr. BLUE FISH SMALL 3 gc
SchoolSuper- removal of fromareasto -I
City Negroes
Roebuck said manager of National Distillers, by the Chicago Conference for McNItt were National Distillers executive and wives (left to .
intendent A.A. be inhabited middleclass
the boycott came u "a com- whites, it has by been charge. Brotherhood Mrs. McNItt (with flowers) expresses her pride. right): Bev Wilder, Earl Gary, and Henry Dumoull. SPANISH MACKEREL LB.

plete surprise to me," Mr. This time, however, there was Board Of Directors
Roebuck said Mr. Dlllloo bad only praise.Dr. Urge Integration Of Employers Of NAACP Urges FiringOf LOCAL CAUGHTWHITING '

his full support. King urged the federal ToHold Annual Meet 35' Y'
Teacher AccusedOf
Political Parties
government to make a "lab- Slain Worker IB.
Urge Rights Visits oratory" of the Shaw urban Funeral Directors .
The call Pupil
ATLANTA CA.- BrutalityCORAL
II
renewal area to serve as a I
PRODUCED OFF MAYPORT
for separatism by Urged To Review
With Congressman political
prototype for the admini "black power" advocates is MEMPHIS-{(NPI) The red HILLS, Md.-(NPI>)- 5140

W WASHINGTON(NPO)--The!) stration's Model Cities pro dangerous because it would lead carpet will be rolled out for Hiring PolicyWEST The NAACP has asked local LgC. Whirs. I
Conference on Civil, gram. to and Justify exclusion of Negroes the board of directors of the school officials to fire a teacher SHRIMP
Leadership
The rights leader, making his the political National Funeral Directors and accused of breaking a I Roy,I $ '
from major
Rights has urged participating second MoL l'
U.S. since
appearance HAVEN, Conn.- Roy Red.
student's
,Morticians Association, when leg. ,
organizations to have their parties in this country, ac-
began working on a book praisedthe Wilkins and other repre- Earle
and
civil leader some 200 members arrive on Mr. Mrs Fltzroy
members visit Congressmen crdlng to rights
Model Cities program as a sentatives of the NAACP met .
April 2 to begin their annual said their son Fitzroy's leg
,
PRICED TO MOVE
Baker Lewis.
during the Easter recess on Alfred
"step In the right direction for national ,board meeting. They have selected recently with top officials of was broken in a scuffle with
behalf of the 1967,Civil Rights Mr. Lewis, the I
ending big-city ghettos. NAACP said the Sheraton-Peabody' the Armstrong Rubber Company 'his teacher, Laura Colon, at MO. MULLET 2OiLAYAWAY
,
bill. ''I have studied the Shaw treasurer of the LB
pro- "to discuss hiring policies" at Heights Elementary
Hotel, as the site for the. Bradbury
The March 3 Easter that civil rights attempting -
23-Aprll groups
gram in depth, and I have been meetings and headquarters.Miss the Natchez, Miss., plant which School.As .
recess is a good time to see to establish all-Negro
tremendously excited by what slain civil! rights
Catherine Payne, chair- employed Cora L.Rice,Prince Georges -
Representatives and Senators I learned. This Is the most political parties cannot hopeto worker Wharlest Jackson.Mr. .
NAACP president urged
man, Malverse H. Mack, pre- .
stateor
returning to their home states make progress on a
massive and
comprehensive assault Jackson, 36-year-old that the teacher be fired,ArthurA.
sident, both of New York'Jenhfer
and districts the LCCR national level.
said.
on slums ever initiated, father of five killed Feb.
W. Ranfro, chairman, was Marshall Jr.,Prince George
"Delegations should to The establishment of all-Ne-
-
try represent '
in this country said Dr.King. executive committee,Cincinnati 27 when a bomb attached to county state attorney, orderedan
as broad a cross-sec- gro political parties and com-
According to Rev. Fauntroy his truck while
tion of Leadership Conference plete exclusion of whites "is Ohio, and Felton H. Purnell, pickup exploded investigation of the incident.
the "model Inner FOR
cityprogram"would because it will lead chairman convention committee he was driving home from his Fltzroy, 7, was taken to
as dangerous
groups possiblethe organization do more than spruce up Job at the Natchez Armstrong
Prince General Hospital
Georges
all-white Houston, will lead the
added. to political parties,
the tto.IT'S plant. Jackson was a former
delegation. with a fractured lower ler-
,Mr. Lewis said last week In'
an address to the NAACPbranch Host for this three-day meet, treasurer of the NatchedNAACP The parents accused teacher EASTERGIRLS

here at the Phyllis Wheatley the Bluff City Funeral Directors Branch.Mr. of breaking Fitzroy's leg ,
'YWCA. Association;*under the lewder- Jackson had Just been upgraded by droping him on the floor:

94 PROOF. The goal of the NAACP, Mr. ,ship of prominent funeral at the plant to the Job of But school officials said the

Lewis added, "is to Integrate director, V.B. Barlow, has arranged mixer, one not held before bya child broke his leg during a BOYS SUITS DRESSES$ ,

Negroes into all aspects of the, an educational program Negro. temper tantrum, and that the .
JACQUIN'S existing political parties." ''and buffet; and a get acquainted Negroes claim that Ku Klux teachwr was in on way re-

While he charged that 'proponents party; banquet) with.Judge B.L. Nan members allegedly em- 'sponsible. SIZES ::2 TO' 20 + SIZES 1 :TO ii I
ployed by the Armstrong Co.,
of black power and the Hooks as Guest Speaker; and The parents, represented by I
participation of some Negroesin entertainment by the Bondol were responsible for Mr.Jack- an NAACP lawyer, have asked SLIMS REGULARS SUBTEENFRILLY I
riots and given rise to the Laboratories.N.J. son's death. that assault charges be brought ,
LONDON ,so-called white-backlash and Ford, chairman, local Mr. Wilkins, exectlve directorof against the teacher "We think HUSKIES NYLONS
Temporarily damaged the civil'! ,entertainment committee, said the NAACP, who met with this Is a terrible thing to happen
rights movement, Mr. Lewis that the Bluff City Funeral Directors F.L. Dwyer, Lee Stewart, and to any child" the NAACPs
g James Walsh president, senior : DACRONS & COTTONS
declared that "We must also are looking forwardfor ; Mrs. Rice said.
TOWER end the cause of riots which the meeting to be executive vice president, eeeeke $105 gt UP
and vice president respectively
have been triggered by trust Informative and enjoyable toall .of the Armstrong plant's West The ibis, spoonbills, herons LARK&( SELECTION
ration over lack of Job, poor who attend. and other feathered creatures
and inferior education Among the important items Haven, Conn., headquarters, BOW TIE
housing 'In the Everglades National Park FREE:
Double DislilledOnly ." on the agenda! will be the com- said: will have :
!. more privacy this $293 UP
"I think the company should &
pletion of plans for the 30th winter. Bird watchers and fishermen WITH EVERY SUIT
LLon annual convention, to be heldIn review its hiring policies. I
won't be allowed close
o GIN I : r'rAVERs E Chicago, at the Sherman Where you have one Iterated to .
major feeding and roosting .
,House, Aug. 13-17, formulationof 'murder after another, we believe .
plans by the educational com- the hiring and screening areas. Park naturalists say
:
policies are at fault." people will disturb the birds,;
her $ by mission; selection of recipient Another Negro leader, George adversely affecting their nestIng -
19 $285 of the Mortician of the Year BRDRPWRY
PINT Mirth,8nndt Award. Metcalfe, who Is also employed activities. Storms in recent -

DRYS stn "SEASONAL .SHORT CUTS" Among those In attendance will .at the Armstrong plant In Nat- toll years have taken-a heavy t
N In most parti of the country, be Lacy J. Kennedy, assistant chez, was seriously injured In, ,of bird life. .
winter lint the
PINT X145 of the year-It Just longest seems. season thatway secretary, Marianna, Ark.Ro-; a similar booby-trap explosion VOTE
But imleu you live on an bert H. Miller, general secre- 18 months ago. He lived, but
Iceberg thty* nc a good many tary, Chicago; Handy B. was crippled for life. Metcalfe
w 'tlilngi you ran do to streamline Beckett, treasurer, Philadelphia is president of the Natchez
,
.
your Mmvkeeplin for an easierIf Leon Harrison board NAACP Branch. ELECT REP I r r'RilTM9
;t ,
( not shorter) winter: ;
"We are not asking the Arm-
J Reeolor and repair at the vice chairman, Los Angeles;
aaVne time You can make a E. Perry Palmer, board secretary strong people to arbitrarily fire
At Your Store Fading. color on slipcover or up.bollt.y Sumter, S.C.; Perry J., people," Mr. Wilklns said, "but
to another se&son with Brown, Greensboro,N.C;Charles we do insist that their screen-
the aid of one the
of new aerosol
ing process be tightened""We
fabric sprays R. Law, Baltimore; Car- ,
nie P. Bragg Paterson. N.J.: are definitely asking them
C.B. Lltner, Raleigh,N. .,first not to hire people affiliated
tq fourth vice presidents, respectively -' with organization that prewch
; James R.Weatherly. hate and murder," Mr. Wilkins I

chaplain, York, Ala.; Terrell added. "There ecertalnly oughtto
C. Chapman, sergeant-al be company regulations
charges arms, Mt. Vernon, N.y.Jasper'w. ; against the hiring of persons

,1\" ana sewerage Williams, ass'tsgtatarmsMonroe. who practice." hate and use violence Legislature Scot 22 Dem,
w ate, La.; W. H. Jefferson, *
r soaring Financial chairman,Vlcksburg, Others attending the meeting CLfAN GOVERNMENT BEGINS
,u Miss.; Carl Miller, asst. financial .. with Mr. Wilkins Included Thomas 1

chairman, Camden N.J. Petteway, NAACP New WITH HONESf
: ;
\ ty con"nlilloni : P ulilitles\ H.D. ,Wilson, Shreveport, La., York-New, England field director REPRESENTATION
coU charges and Fulton E. Culkin, St. Louis ; and Connecticut NAACP
\ IIa&
G8WGteene' andS Mo., both lay members, executive branch!< presidents' Courtlandr
board. Wilson, New Haven; Andrew
I
Also in attendance will be Wise Mr ,Wilkins Norwalk. ."+ieM9d< +Fi9 . .' .. ..'.' -.'Y'al;, ,
state presidents and secret who attended the I''
tartan representing 24 states Jackson funeral in Natchez and, : '
TO P associations, district governors denounced the brutal bomb-

spiraling taxes offlcen, past of the presidents Women's Auxiliary. and- that murder city,by said racist NAACPbranchos elements In :; The Senator who created the law : \

.- in Des Moines, Iowa and Han-, :

: 'with Greene Little leagueleamsIn ford strong, Callf plants.would In contact those cities.Arm- : guaranteeing reduction of unfair property : "

GO for a constitutional Provision : assessments is now working for :
Spring Training us.Let's .
,allowing the State le.I'ature' to raise Knoxville brad Joins .

Homestead Exemptions for senior & practice Is conducted t Southern eI keep it that
to $10,000. citizens weekly In the local parks by Education .. way. :
the Astro-Gents Little t
League FoundationKNOXVILLE I
teams. :' j.:
An exhibition game has been Tenn-- :
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scheduled In April followed by Dr. Herman B. Smith Jr., a '
an opening day doubleheaderApril 1948 Knoxville
College graduate
29 at Scott's Park. has become the first full- .r
i t
GO GREENE The coaches and managersare Urn. Negro professional on the i I iLE
: N.Williams,J.Bailey,New' staff of the Southern Education; POPE :
Deal, last year's champions; J. Foundation, Atlanta. #;

Bacon H. Rhlm, Premier Born in Knoxville, he returnedto '
STATE .SENATOR DISTRICT II DEMOCRAT Meats; C, Paschall,C.'lbomas. his alma mater in 1965 to. ': PRESIDENT STATE SENATE DIST.12 : : :
Astro Hawks become assistant to formerpresident ;
; U. Ford B.Huff F ..
man, Times Union Bees; W. Dr. James A. Cols. t
Tlllman, Tigers; H. Burney, ton, and director of develop- '* Paid Political AdmtlMment ';4 .<<.'

PaId Political Adv, acksonvllle Thomas, Astro Journal Thunders.and J. ment.* A.,. .4M e e eee iteiee +Fe :. .. -': t





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: Bogalusi Masons Dr. Peoples Named Service Awards Presented' Entertainment, Hues' And CriesEASTER


Dedicate' New Lodge' President Of Jackson, CONCERT

BOGALUSA.' La.- (NPI)>- State. College, Miss. NEW YORK((NPO-Cospel Queen Mahalia Jackson will sing
This town was ablaze last week two afternoon and evening concert at Philharmonic Hall Easter
not with the usual rights demonstrations -: JACKSON Mlss.-NPI-) Sunday March 26, it was announced Columbia Records will,
but with the presence\ John A. Peoples Jr., has become record the concerts live.

a Prince..Hall Masons from; Jackson State College'ssixth '
.over the state cooperating: In,4he president RECUPERATINGLOS
ceremonies of dedication A native of StarkvUle Miss* ANGELES (HPT)- star James Moody is
he ha s served as the state-. Dunn Freeman after
a the new lodge hall of Wls- reported recuperating at the Hospital
"'dom Lodge No. 123 and East supported college'nic.-presl- suffering a paralyzing stroke while performing at the Tropicana -
:'Gate Chapter, Not, Order of dent since September 1964. Y Sf z n ne Club. A former key member of the Dizzy Gillesple
Eastern Star He is the college's first big band, Moody gained fame afterwards on his own with his
A parade featured a part of graduate to serve as its pre recordings of "Moodys Mood for Love", and "Last Train
the ceremonies followed by sident. From Overbrook."
Elected to appear in "Who's
the dedicatory services with
Louisiana Grand Master John Who in American Education" FOLLOWS FAMILY TRADITION
I G. Lewis, Jr.. residing over in 1952, be received his M.A. craCAGO- I the Masons and delivering the in 1951 and his Ph.D. in 1961 cury Records last week signed young rhythm and bluse singer
principal address. from the University Chicago. b 1 Jimmy Reed, Jr., 20, the son of famed blues singer Jimmy
He is a member of the Omega Reed to be recording contract Young Reed's mother Mrs.
Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc.. the Mary Lee Reed, is a well-known songwriter having penned
; 'local chapter of which elected many of her husband's hit longS
-8IesslolSl! Blessings !' I him "Man of the Year for 1965." t

The man born with the gilt Rev;[Yeifnaa Serviceman roWED LOS ANGELES-(NPI-An interracial romance which started

Roosevelt Franklin of Macon Back Hone Oa Visit on the Universal Studios movie lot is expected to reach full,
Georgia It is through God tba.tI flower soon when tan television actress Ena Hartman marries'
can remove all evil conditions, ', MaTmiian| Schell soon. ScheU who met Miss Hartman while
,some' questions you may wish filming The Battle Horns" and she working on "Games"

to know., 'I tuals.broke the news but did not give the date for the impending nup-

DO YOU NEED MONEY?
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?I I BREAKS TRADITION

CAN MY HUSBAND STOP LOUISVILLENPIFor the first time in the pagent a
DRINKING? ; Negro girl participated in and captured third place in the
CAN MY WIFE STOP :
She is
annual "Miss Louisville" beauty contest. curvaceous
DRINKING? I 20 year-old Moncia Jones a singer and University of Louisville
MY LOVE ,
CAN ONES student, and the daughter of Mrs. Battle Jones of this city.
BE RETURNED? 1 1Thy
;
"GOD'S TROMBONES" ON TVPHILADELPHIA
call me the (Rootman). f'
- But I am only a servant of I I directed by Jim Mapp was featured on television recently in
God. Because God is the Weldon Johnson's inspirational
answer to all Wes problems,' "The Freedom and Responsibility of the School Press" was presents Harold Hamilton, Marketing Specialist at The Coca- a musical adaptation of James
Presented the "Metrospect
Trombones.
book "GOD'S on
I am ,the King of all Day, ItI the them a of the Southern Regional School Press Institute ota Company pictured second from right with a service ," of Negro
the musical featured an anthology great songs
Prophets Send for my special, conference, held recently at Savannah State College InSava.noab", 'award in appreciation of the major participation and active Show and Johnson.College .
selected Bible verses. To bei I Ga. Hundreds of high schools and college throughout Georgia support of The Coca-Cola Company to the Press Institute for sermons as penned by
read on SPECIAL DAYS. \i were represented at the conference plus a host of other 16 years Other Company representative Jolnglng in the ceremony -
Send a self-addressed,stamped; distinguished guests and consultants. are Ezekiel Walker left, of the Savannah Coca-Cola: RoundupHoward
envelope and $2.00 for Bible)' VE1TIN6-SP/4 James Arnold -'"' Award presentations were made at a special lunchelon, spon- Bottling Company and William K. Bass, right, special con
verses and spiritual Message.You shown here, has returned sored by The Coca-Cola Company. Pictured second from left, sultant at the conference and manager, Information and
will receive Bible verses 'from Vietnam where he has Dr. Howard Jordan Jr., President of Savannah State College' Editorial Services The Coca-Cola Company. University officials have announced that more than
by return mall. been on duty for a visit with' $5,800 was cleared as the result of two recent benefit performances
Send To:' relatives and friends. CamouflageBecause YOUR GOOD HEALTH by comedian-actor BUI Cosby at the University.
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin Arnold is the son of Mrs. of the fact that radla The proceeds will be used to establish a scholarship fund
'630 Morrow Avenue Virginia Arnold of 1728 tori and similar fixtures,are unlovely Register- By SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN M, D., M. P, H. for financially needy students attending Howard
Macon;Georgia 31201 N. Myrtle Ave., and is a graduate best decorative, at best, you can get the 1a i CHICAGO COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH The audience of some 2,800 made up predominantly of collegeand
of New Stanton High School. these effect with by the painting AN OTE } high school students, enthusiastically received the popular
1 specialize in all case work. He plans to return to duty for color eyesore used on the wall against paint ; PREGNANCY star of the hit television series "I Spy" as he commented
,,Phone,area code 912-14.56475..1 additional six-months,hitch. .. which, they stand., Although pregnancy is a normal physiological state and not a satirically about education and life in the Philadelphia ghetto
disease it carries with it a rish of many complicating diseases where he was born. His guests for the performances included
E-- For this reason it is essential for every pregnant woman singek Nina Simone and her trio
,. SAYS to have periodic physical and laboratory check ups. Cosby explained that be had agreed to appear at Howard
rMr 4r The early weeks of pregnancy are the most Important in the without charge to the University because be was deeply con
development of the fetus. During this period the fetus is extremely cerned that Negro youths receive an education "The black
; susceptible to infections in the mother the drugs sjie man is the lowest person on the totem pole in American, and
takes, and to the X-rays passing through the mother's body.; the bigots know that without education he will stay there"
A well-balanced diet is Important,*but the mother must avoid he said.
overeating on the assumption that she "must eat for two." She
must gain more than 2.5 pounds in any one month or 24 pounds
LID during her entire pregnancy. Greater gains often..mean" an WHEN YOU ARE ILL
r overly large baby and a dlfficult'labor.The ,
e STOFty mother's diet should include one helping of red meat
fish or fowl, and one egg daily. She should also get at least
fI one, pint of milk three of four slices of bread with margar- ,You Seek The Best Doctor
'Ine or butter, anti four helpings of vegetable or fruit. I \jl ,:'When Your Doctor Prescribes.. lit
yS / One serving of liver or liverwurst a week will help to enrich 'Get Experienced Pharmacists' Ii
her blood. With such a diet no supplementary vitaminsare According To Your Doctor's'Ordan. t "a
V needed. We Use,OiJy The Best
I P'a.. OREEN Exercise should be continued at about the accustomed level. Quality Drugs
Ell w eTAMPs This is a time to maintain rather than Increase the amount of
s:: 1 exercise. Undue fatigue should be avoided and certain activities C. E. SLACK, Proprietor
+ r should be modified. '
1 Thus a woman who rides horseback may continue to ride but i Registered Pharmacists To Serve Your

"" should avoid jumping; a tennis player should avoid singlesbut ..............
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continue to play doubles; and dancing should not includ.-
? ,the violent gyrations of the Watusi type or the collisions of an Cosmetics .
tSe Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
over-crowded dance floor
In the last three months of pregnancy it is wise gradually to PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED, -
,. decrease all forms of exercise except walking.

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I SPORTS PARADE ., '. "" -. '. Albcoy State Sqveezedi Out 7.1.10.Dy .
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SIGNS NEGRO GRID STARDALLASjNPISouhera 1", ;
:. Methodist University, heartnsd /,, ,.'. : ; Kansas City, Mfc-Oth seeded Central Michigan scored the ..".
I basket five-footer by Bill Yearnd with :09 to play, .
by the eiwmpioosWp! help given them by Jerry Levlas, bu winning on a
signed uctlur Negro star, V0i Williams of El Paso, Tolls:! _'..1 I jqueesug. by Albany State CoUege 71-70 la the first round of the \ti
$MU National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics(NAIA)Basketball -
to a college football contract. With the a*d of LeVuu.
enjoyed a cSanjplonshtp! fotXtaU season to tt/)* Sov!:>w rt ,, Tournament here at Municipal Audiotolum on Tuesday after ;
Conference list emeu tor the first tine In many)'Iar.. : noon.
The loss was a heartbreaker 41-36. From the floor, Doth J
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LINE 'EM UP: CLAD for the Rams who made a serious teams made good on 30 field
CHICAGO-{(NPI)-Lookla ahead to a busy championship bid for an upset as they goals, but the Chippewa ;
schedule Muhammad (Cassias Clay) All announced last week streaked to a six: point margin, counted on 52.6% as they put
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that be Is planning to defend hU{ world boxing title at least i $ N mt 1ii 58-52, with 7.15 to play Willie- in 30 of 37 attempts. The Rams .....:-.
five times this year, inchnJirj; the match with challengerZor Iverson, a 6' Junior guard, put suffering through one of their
Folley. Among those Mentioned at possible opponents I Y the Chippewa back In the game coldest games of the season, ,
are Thad Spencer, former Olympic champion Joe Frailer u he scored six: of the next count make only 30 of 79 shots *-;
Canadian George'Chuvalo and Germany's Kal Mildenberger, seven points to narrow the for a 38% shooting mark.
both of whom All has already defeated Rams' margin to one, 6059. The',differerfce in the game '.
With 4:06: left, Yearnd put the bad to be at the free throw '
IN TOURNEY Central Michigan five in the line where Central Michigan
NEW TORK-NPI-Amerlcan Davis Cup star Arthur Ashy \ lead, 65-63 and moved four scored Just one more charity ..
of Richmond, Va., was among the top star competing the points ahead of Albany State toss, hitting on 11 of 155 as .
first Long Island Indoor tennis tournament at C.W. Post' with 2:38 to go as John Berends compared with Albany State's
College, Astie, the nation's No 1 ranked amateur netter, =:--- potted an easy layup sneaking 10 of 15.Wilbert.
competed with such other top stars as former Wimbledon- In for pass from Iverson under Jones kept the Rams'' ?"
champion Chuck llcklnley, Frank Fabling and Gene Scott. the basket offensive moving as he scored ''.
The Rams' Wilbert Jones,: hit 24 points 16 of them coming '"t
UNRUFFLED two straight long Jumpers, one in the first halL Be got scoring,; "'
FORT MEYERS, FLA.--Former Los Angeles Dodgers, ra l { ,p'A from 30 feet out from the connor help from Mack Daughtry with
captain and shortstop Maury Wills has reacted calmly and and the other a 35-footer 15 and Mel Jones with 13.
diplomatically to a charge of spotlight bogging by one of.Us from way outside, narrowing Berends was high for the
tan ei-teammates. Informed that Willis Davis bad also said the margin, 69-67. With 1.03: Chippewa with 17, while Iver- ". .
the team would get along well without him Maury, who was' showing on t the clock, Melvin son scored 16.Spring ;
traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates after abruptly leaving the + Jones, fouled by Greg Vossekuil Drivers :'
Dodgers tour of Japan last fall, declared: "I'm not concerned sAw sand a free throw and Wllbert ,.
about it. Please give my regards to all the guys at Vero Jones sank another long one,
Beach (!the Dodgers spring training camp), And Willie, too." r 'this time from way out front, Fancy Highways '.
tEYES some 40 feet, with :27 to go,. '
3D TITLE giving Albany State a 70-69 Says Patrol : .;.
ADDIS ABABA-(NPI) Abebe Blkila, a member of Emperor lead.
Mane Selassie palace guard, is dividing his time these days Central Michigan promptly TALLAHASSEE In sprinta
between guarding the emperor and preparing to capture his tossed in the ball, called timeout young man's fancy may turn '
third straight marathon title in the coming 1968 Olympic Games and set up for what was to to love, but according to the -: .
in Mexico City Blkllla, who won the marathon in Rome 1960 be the last shot. Moving the Florida Highway Patrol ever)'- : '
and In Tokyo in '64 and is favored to win In '68, runs at least The tan Diego Chargers of the American Football League jCookmah for three yeas:A premedical student,be rill grade' oval around, the Chippewaworked one't fancy turns to the huh- '
10 miles each morning in preparation for the Olympic. signed John Knight of Sanford, Florida to a slseable contract ate in June of this year. He is shown during contract signing inside for a fivefooterby ways. .
and presented him with a bonus. Knight, a graduate of Crooms .ceremonies with Bud Asher, San Diego Chargers representa Yearnd, going ahead 7170. The spring weather of March '.!
High School Sanford, Florida was a star halfback at Bethune- Live Keadcoach brings out the "just out for.* :
BLOW TO KNICKSS as Jack McClairen looks on. The Rams with one last ditch a ride" motorists who swell '
suffereda ;
NEW YORK-NPI>-The New York Knickerbockers effort, aimed one with :04 to go
our already heavy tourist traffic
severe blow to their championship playoff aspirations when Booker Wins Life Story Of Fftlipe Aloe Dillard but the ball fell off the side in to a danger point.
their fine scphomre forward Dave Stallworth was sidelined Cops
.the waiting arms of a Chippewa "To stay alive drivers must
with a heart attack. Stallworth, a former All-Amerlcan at FIAA Class "A" 'as the buzzer sounded the end of stay alert" says Col.! H. N. -
Wichita, was believed lost for the coming NBA playoffs. The To Be Published By Word Books What Be the game. Klrkman Director of the Depart- .,
Knicks are an Eastern Division NB entry. Last Albany State's frontline ment of Public Safety, "be- >
PAST COUNT? Over Hungerford The life story of Felipe Alou outstanding baseball player boasted a tremendous height cause more traffic means more *3
DALLAS-(NPI>-The quick third-round knockout of Boston's Sarasota Booker the state's with the Atlanta Braves (National League), will be publishedon In what maybe the last ,advantage, but they were out- dangers facing each driver .$
,
mile In the everlncreasJ
April 8 by Word Books of every ;
Waco Texas. Florida Interscholastic Athletic
busteled on the boards by the '
Ted Whltfleld by welterwlght champ Curtis Cokes recently
number one prep basketball log stream of traffic on Florida's, >
aroused in its aftermath the outcry of a "fast count" from team in the'Miami Herald's Alou, the Domlni&an who has sport. Association championship smaller Central Michigan quint !llrppt" lint! hld1': ';
the, 8,000 ring slde fans and the victim himself. poD 'toot the FIAA Class A Just been named as the The book contains some very playoff, Dlllard High School of o\Y5 ::!.
Braves' most valuable playerfor candid shots of some of the great Fort Lauderdale defeated
title with 92-60 win
an easy last season, was studying names of baseball- .nd that Is, Blanch Ely of Pompano by a
RALPH ELLIOTT over Booker's Hungerford brilliant Academy.Howard to be a surgeon at the University essentially, what the book is score of 87.82 in overtime to ROYAL ART STUDIO =
asks of Santo Domingo when all about..b eball. You'll cop the class AA Crown. .
: Porter, named the state's outstanding *
high school basketball his family's trouble with toe laugh with Felipe at the sportswriters The Dlllard attack was led
Trujillo regime forced him to by JosephusByneswlth3lpoints
HAVEN'T WE .HAD ENOUGH points player had as to teammate settle for Arthur 23 cut his schooling short. Signinga I_.of. -San-Francisco_. .,.-whoA and Melton Thomas who scored -. Going -
contract with the San Francis. 22 points. Both were named .
Johnson connectedfor4Opoints.. ..
co Giants, be was sent to the 'to the All-Tournament first I. '
POPE PROMISES Booker ened the season with
?, 31 victories and nodefeats complied class "D" leagues for seasoning team. The nip and tuck game Out Of Business
and later called up to the. between the Broward County !
primarily behind Porter's
It REDUCE PROPERTY TUES Giants. In 196S he was tradedto rivals was 78 all at the end
38 polntspergameaverage the Braves. His brother(Wattle I of regular play.In .
TO PROTECT HOMESTEAD JIENPIIOK and!. Peterburg sensational Glbbs ball ,hawking.St. always. with the Pirates) and Felipe' i the consolation or third i Pick Up Photos tAt
an FLU powerhouse and lastyear' led I the, National League In place game' Roosevelt High |
,hitting last year. : School of West Palm Beach
winner woo the FHAA'stitle I
LETS LOOK AT THE RECOREDPope in Gainesville, and was The first person story is told I defeated Howard Academy of
with Herm Welskopf, one of Ocala, 8665. The West Palm
the only Negro school In the -
has been a member of the Senatesince tourney. It was reported that SPORTS ILLlSTRATED's top>> I Beach team was paced by 1st Same Address
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writer and Includes some de.Ughtful team Tournament hoopster
1949. The chart below shows the more than a dozen predom- anecdotes about toe Gregory Lowery who pournedIn ...'...

continuous and rapid increase in property inately applied Negro for membership high schools in had the' problems and Joys of growing i i 43 points. Grades Flucker,
taxes from 1950 to 1966. up as a poor boy in the mldlst a second team selection led
formerly all-white FHAAS for of the tropical paradise which 'I-. --.., Ocala with 20 points. \

POPE S RECORD next In a year.recent ruling, Federal is the Dominican Republic.Felip'i .. FIUPIALOU 21st & Myrtle Ave. -
first baseball was one labelled Alvin Dark, master FIGHTCANCER
SPEAKS LOUDER THAN HIS WORDS Judge Bryan Simpson orderedall
athletic activities Integrated of the sweet green lemons which manager of the Giants, as "the
in that troubled country.. SAME PHONE 354-1894
I which may mark the end of grow mad magician, and called that .. .
600.000.000 and his first baseball bat was ,
great team "Alvin and bis chip -
594 YI111NY' FIAA participation by Duval
",,,,,,...,, homemade in bis father's work- munks." And you will sym-
County Negro teams.The rulingis
I ." among those being appealedby shc,. After representing his pathize with him as he .- __u,. .
the local school board. country in the Olympic.(participating experiences the frustratingly
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in Javelin throwingand difficult days when batting
JOIN THE the 100 meter dash) he slumps or injuries take the
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SCHULTZ WILL CONTINUE WORKING FOR YOU CRISCO OIL

by proposing legislation that will save millions of
: dollars and will generate industry and needed jobs. 24-01.

FRED SCHULTZ WILL CONTINUE SIZE LARGE : I
4 II'i WORKING FOR YOU by practicing
j -zoo economy in government and fighting for the: 3.9C

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WILL CONTINUE
FRED SCHULTZ
/ WORKING FOR YOU by fightingfor
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YOUR VOTE FOR FRED SCHULTZ. .a .5" 9'

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aaauaaNaiy petent man with years of ;; > tr FOOD ORDER : .

I TO REDUCE PROPERTY TAXES legislative experience' WILL -
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CONTINUE WORKING FOR YOU. y

:TO PROTECT HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS JEWEL MAXWELL HOUS'E ,
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STATE LEGISLATURE.VOTE ,SHORTENING COFFEE.69c:
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DISTRICT 24 WITH $5.oo rooo oton,

I Republican Senator District 12 Democrat. 'FRESH OR SMOKEDHAMS I,

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This Watch Clown AlfnRoRieo Florida( Grand Enters Prix S/rentb Rattlers' SIAC Attempt Cbinpioiship To Win [' Spotlight: :: :On: : : Sports : ] -


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U II !n3J SEBRING-Three brand DeW h' :
prototype sports racing cars r: ...BE RUDY MTU
"44 11 tare been tered In the Florida ADVICE TO FRAZIER: WAIT
S BONDS
grand Prix of Endurance for Joe Trader's six-round: knockout of veteran Doug Jones U.S. SAVIN

the Alitalia Airlines Trophy recently was a victory far beyond the expectations of Us ..
3 I to be run at Searing, Florida, most avid boosters, including this scribe
on April L However as stunning as was his victory, it should not be
1I The Ails Romeo factory at the basis fur unreasonable and premature planning by the
: : Milan, Italy, has notified Reg former Olympic boxing champion. Such a course is fraught Madam Margo
Smith, Race Secretary, that the with dangers of disaster.
I team, numbering about 14,wouldbe Many promising young pup have had their careers nipped In Palmist & Advisor
31 JI 14 at the Sebring course in time w the bud by I'1IShInIInto premature showdowns with more experienced -
for pracUceandqualifyisgruns. adversaries. Personally I don't want to see this She Advises; en all Problems
These cars have never before happen to Frailer. of Love,Sickness and Business;
54 81 97 been seen in competition, and Two years ago the then highly regarded Jones fought a
their completion has been timed neck of a battle with the then bragging heavyweight challenger HOURS -. 8 A.M. I* 9 P.M.

Sometimes He's Sometimes so that they might compete in Casslus Clay. In the pre-flght publicity, Clay pro- DAILY
He's Down, He Addn Subtracts. the Sebring Hours, over the mised to flatten Jones in three rounds. However, he not only locatedlnWINTER /
He works it all around. course which most closely approximates thatt full 12 rounds, but gave Clay all the hell be wanted I
in PARK, FLORIDA i
those to be used in :
12143 'n Europe for the World Championship So now along comes Frailer to flatten Jones in six: beats, 989 N. Orlando Are
races to follow. r and because be did it with such consumate ease pressure (Hi-Way 1742 N.)
COMING ATTRACTIONS SU of the top>> internationally Is mounting on Joe to rush into an early title showoown with forAppl Call 644-4941
3125 211MAN'S known drivers have been chosen Clay, who is now the proud heavyweight champion: of fistlana.
for the 2 liter V-I rear engine There are manJ prominent f1cw'e.(who will remain anonymousfor
Alfa Romeos. Four have the present) in fisticuffs who would like to see "someone
DAYSNUMBERED had previous experience over knock Clays block off"These are the people who dislike Clay's
the demanding Sebring course, former theatrics and now are equally vehement about his
having raced here as recently views on race, religion and war.
as last year.Giacomo Consequently, they ar$ casting about in near desperation End machine 001lllC8 I conlllci ollnleresl
"titan's Days are Numbered." Russo drove for the for a "Clay killer". And Frazier seems a natural possible
Health and Fortune Can Be factory last year and will be fulfillment to their dreams.But "
Yours When You Know Your paired with Pinto Enrico fort as an experienced observer of isle affairs, and one of BILL
Lucky Days. I 1967 classic Trader's avid but realistic fans, I would like to offer Jo* ( !
Andrea De Adamlch, Sebring this bit of advice: Don't do it.
Lucky Colors, etc. veteran win be teamed with Do permit yourself to be used as a guinea pig in a fistic STOCKTON
Is that
Send $3.00 for your Teodoro Zeccoli also a contestant TALLAHASSEE, FXJLr-FAMTJV-TBiS the season experiment rooted in anti-Clay sentiments There Is too
Guide for last year.Roberto when you refer to a Rattler strike, yon mean it literally, and much at stake for you Joe and too much to lose in such a
Horoscope Bussinello and Giovanni one of the key Rattlers throwing strikes this season is Bobby mad gamble.

MARCHFill Galll will join forces on Thompson lanky southpaw from St. Peterburg. A former You are big (at 220 pounds), strong, rugged and can hit
the third Gibbs High School and Glbbs Junior College pitching star, REPUBLICAN
entry. hard enough to scramble a guy's brains. You flattened Jones
in the blank below
mall to ZODIAC Post Office and The addition of the three Alfa Thompson has emerged as one of the main cogs" in the Rattlers' with one of the most savage left hooks Been in the ring in
,
,
attempt to win their seventh SIAC Championship in '
Prototypes turns the 2 liter recent years. But these are not sufflcent credentials to recommend -
1171 Jacksonville
Box Fla. class into a three way race, eight years.A strikeouts in 32 innings, only you as a serious opponent for Clay now. ...MM.__._....".
NAME since the Porsche factory has 1966 record of four wins four walks, and an earned run And don't be misguided by Jones' past tussle with Clay -

STREET ----- entered four 1967 Prototypes, and two losses, including 30 average of 2.56, has made either, for that was long ago (tlstlcwise) and several thlnp
DATE OF BIRTH and four Ferrari Dlnos are Thompson the number two have since changed.
ready to uphold the excellent starter on the 1967 Rattler Jones was little more than a trial horse, and at the ebb- t
Mo. Day ,record of this marque. Gambling Grid nine. "Bobby came through tide of his career when you flattened him. Clay, on the .
when we needed him last sea- other hand is at tilt tenitn of his career. Rechrlstened -
son. He bas the best control Muhammad All and realigned in his fistic thinking, All It r
Schedule Is of any pitcher on our squad now a serious wearer of boxing's tiara. '
and ['m certainly expecting Frankly speaking, Joe, you could not hold a candle to All L .
1 No Push-over another fine season out of him. in the ring at present. Despite your fine potential, you are
HOME OWNERSBORROW To getter with Ernest Lee, too methodical and inexperienced: to go up against the champ" A ''\ R
I think they make two of the "'Jl''f!'
the Gram- now.
No one can accuse 9
UP TO $5,000 bllng Tigers of fainthearted- strongest starters in the con- Guys like you who plod constantly forward, trying to get -

ON YOUR EQUITY! neS$ ference, says head coach over the big punch, are easy picking for All. He eats 'em for } :
Coach Eddie Robinson has released Costa Kittles. breakfast, tearing out their Innards and smashing their rS
,Consolidate All Your Bill and Make Only a 10-game football One of Thompson's four wins contours with plstonllki combinations. All would cut you to i ..
One Monthly Payment schedule that doesn't include included a 4-1 victory over ribbons, Joe. You're not ready for him yet.
a single soft touch. DePauw University. It was his So tell your tine friends whoa t to rush you into a showdown
HOMESTEADINVESTMENT While the Tigers are not likelyto finest game of the season. In ".u AH '10 ",gut tnemselves another man." Tell them I
be classified as ragamuffins, addition to limiting the that you have no wish to become another fistic sacrificial
CORPORATION they can't laugh off a situation Hoosiers to four singles and lamb, a la Terrell.
that will require them to play striking out six, Bobby also My advice, Joe, is to wait for about two years and then
tad 5 WEST IDCIWOOD Russian roulette with a loaded went two for three at the plate take your chance at that stage of development, but certainlynot ,
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CALL 765-7044 TODAY successive weekends. including a double and scored now.
MI COMM HI pistol on
Robinson a master strategist, two runs himself. I I It
'.0. lOX "., JACKSONVILLE FLA. 12201 that the One of the few Rattlers who
stubbornly insists It 27, you're still young enough to wait a little. When
--- -------- does not plan a career in pro-
-----------i it Tigers face a tough climb.With will you're more matured as a pro and have gained more experience
fessional baseball
Bobby
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I t I NAM J., .' 'i'.t..'tl1,!". ...,.!h >1t I lacked benefitted to remissness point extensively out that, from the he team last, ,receive, education his degree in Juno(in and elementary make- *...4.YOU can take deffenslvely on AIL Challenge as well then as offensively' ," then maybe. Paid Political Adv.

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j :. BUY"A GOOD NIOHT: CLUB, where they ge 4 CosstissOrikr
APT. FOR RENTTwo ROOM FORDingle UNT away with murder and you faC Fred Schultz Seen
I TIRE FOX .
the charges. Catholic DigestFOR -
unfurnished.iBest .
\ bedrooms DENTURES HURT? man or single woman.. Negro
\ $5.00 AT JONES' TIRE Jacksonville location Including Call 3533766.
,, 'I SERVICE 2015 stove refrigerator, hotwater I :;" the." 4rt ettne tftfiturm CM.hurt KMP -
Kings Rd.Phone I h.ndY (or tut Ion. liitlni n 10qll RENT As Man Deserving Continued from Page 1
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and beater $70 a 0.11 pals i M kn dtnlurn( nor com
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4-7664. WE space
# FIX FLATS.
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'. Ti:..toothti sonp.t.t..h.lYs ,. Perfer a nice couple or single schools and because its facilities
I ,month. Apply 164$ Main St., ordill rsv.nt. ,
I 3554061. I I .odsr and .: Ash 'e.Marw M.rae: man. CaU 354-7510. could be usef ll.In'o1ed .
!
I YlUr phsras.l.t.':L L:1,1: Is thecounty'seffortsto
LAYAWAY LEFT arU 1 MAIDSfOR.. HEW} .YORK Election To House comply: with federal desegregation

UNCLAIMED 216 ZAG UP 10 $15 Wf Eli: a questlonalre guidelines\ which concerning must
'NELP WANTED' Negro and white leaders In Duval County; are In agreement be sent to all
SEWING MACHINE LEO' Top jobs NOW, best homes Id K. + prospective
House of Representative
that Fred Schuitz member of the
In effort to them
We have two 1967 Dlal0Matlc HELP WANTED Y. City, New Jersey. Friend)' MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN ) District 24, who is running against a Republican to keep pupils"freedom an of choice;.give
Zlg Zaps, that have never I Female families. Fare sent,rush refer :JOBS, salaries to $65,:tore his seat Is better suited for the post In Sarasota County: board
been used. They: were layaways : -' She leM'iit ences. FREE GIFT. w,yMISS thane advanced. Rush rOfet, ernes, There is general agreement Fred Schultz is a member of member William Ifulrhead continued
'never picked. up. TYPIST DIXIE AGENCY; ( CENCY number. ABLE liAire also among local organisations numerous charitable and civic his fight against the
are Customers urible to left locate this them.area.You We Of ir Kind 300 W., 40th St., N. Y. c..Depr ( N.,.r.161 H. MAIN,FREE1Ot u well as working people that orianliatlons. He Oatstandlnj received the county's desegregation plan and
MtBTDO,60W.P.M.AC-' 216. Fred Schultz will represent all Jaycee Most bas advocated continuing some
can have these sewing machines the people of Duval without Young Man Award In 1964.Pre- type of a modified "Freecboce"
Business CURATELY.GOOD IN ENGLISH .
Is tit
for the balance of $47., each. Only ; neserfesontheBoardofrrustees
I ,SPELLING. regard to nee creed or color.It ; plan for at least one
Cash or terms.Phone 353-1946, Jacksonville Unl- '
I baa been pointed out that ,. more school year. Mulrbead
Apply FLORIDA STAR
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wll deliver obligation.
no -
,I Anytime., 934 E. Union St. 2323 Moncrlef Rd., Jax, Fla. Fred Sbchlti has more experience versify.Svprone. .maintains that he does not favor
FOR MEN AND in the House than his the freedom of choice plan asa
JtMlN( Court
ISABELLA of PARIJlTHAT'S
opponent and win be designated : means of perpetuating segregation -
HELP WANTED OF, ALL AGES -ME I 11 have the Anmih||< Speaker of the House for 1969. Continued from Page 1 but.only to allow the
Take New IMPROVED NATURE ,SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS, 'The position of Speaker would Injunctions' community: to study the problemfor
Male TABLETS for that tired Pep for all the things you want place Schultz In the position Counsel for the NAACP Legal a longer period.
.run down feeling that keeps to do. Box of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction to make all Committee appont- Defense and Educational Fund The school board authorized
you from enjoying life. 100 guaranteed or Money meats whereas a teaer-food 'and a Justice Department Attorney: Richard Cooney to
WOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN WORK AS REPORTER Tablets $3.00 200 Tablets Back. representative, new to the lawyer replied that city officials present the county plan, Involving -
************* I $5.00. $1.00 deposits onC.OJ ]ISABELLA House, would not be consideredfor had turned a repressive law Ithe phasing out of the
WILL TRAIN AS REPORTER EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES PO, Box 239, Dept. S Gary, the poet into a court decree to preventDr. Booker School complex to the
STORE ONLY Dept. FS 5937 N. Broadway Indiana! ." As Speaker, he will be able King and other civil rights court. Mulrhead Is the only:
Apply: FLORIDA STAR Chicago, II. 60626 to make certain that Committees leaders from asserting their board member opposed to thepIan.
300 Hoqan ST. 2323 Moncrief Rd. I affctlnc the growth and constitutional rights. .
welfare of Duval County are would involve transferring
The plan -
Use of police dogs by former
.
composed Interested, qualified Alabama Police Commissioner approximately 3UT Negro -
persons. Eugene: (Bull) Connor during i i senior high school students
Fred Schultz strongly recommends 'from Booker In 1967-68 and480
the .protest Is said to hare ,
caster that a of state '
gOfgenKe portion dramatized the case for the 1964 Junior Ugh students; In
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tax monies be returned to the September 1968.
Civil Rights Act
County to relieve the Ugh

:w .i '1.. 8"SIZE 198t,1 FREE !. FREE! FREE advlorem He Is economy a tax Democrat problem.to government who practices

: \ / and Is dedicated to the rights

kj.1>" of the Individual. Take Up Notes
He introduced the bill to create
: d Homemakers the tax reform commission and
i ; ,;; 6"SIZERAIBIT 119 serves on that body. Con Be Arranged
In addition, he served on both

the public higher schools education committeeand com By tilling EL M 4352

CUP CAKES 15* EA. mittee.
Born to Duval County, Schultz
Service ShowWill attended local schools, graduated 61 Pont. 2Dr., HT, Bony*************.****** $ S.OOwk
from Princeton University 57 Cadi., fully: equip.************************ S 6.00wk.
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GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE and attended the University of 63 Coralr, stick, nice ****** $ j.QOwk,
Florida Law SchoolIn 59 Pont. 4Dr., HT, extra c:1ean.--******* $ 8.00wk,
the Investment business 56 Chrysler, one owner**********************$ S.OOwk.
3.8" LAYERS 1 T-Blyd, like new*****.**********..******* $10.00wk.
Be Held Rawls 58 Ply, 2Dr., HT, nice*************:********* SS.OOwk.
Loa 57 Merc., conv., extra clean**************** $6.00wk.
Stud. Btt, like new*********************** $6.00wk.
I 1.89 To Perform 3 Falcon, Wht., fully equip***************** $9.00wk.
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
In Jax 1935 N. Main
I So moist,so rich so flavor pack.
ed with chocolate Butterscotch rf ff j
qi N ,, goodness. Singer Lou Rawls halledbytbecritics
ti coconut: shreds Icing topped and pecans.with tasty Delicious April 6th, 7th, and 8th u the most exciting
exponent of the blues come to
anytime.!
the Jacksonville Coliseum on
'FrUay night March 31 for an
Careluflg".tt."... DUVAL COUNTY ARMORY I appearance that Jacksonville MORE. LOCALWINNERS
y music lovers have been looking
EASTER forward to with keen interest.
r Stale aid Market Streets Acclalmef by TIME Magazine
LILIES as one of the truly great blues
singers Hauls has torn break. I
log box office records acres
Hudreds 01 I Prizes ;
the country.:
T
t 49 The :young singer was scheduled

: 2 Bigger aid! Better nil Ever to appear la Jacksonville


AND UP
DOORS OPEN 6:00 P.M. .


a k y Traditional favorite Delicate
trumpets of great
beauty atop green leaved JAX COLISEUMJACKSONVILLE

stalks. Enjoyed by__alL

/3 ., FLA.

er ee 'i.t
March WINS $50
Friday, 31 ,

?:a'ei'J 4 on Feb. II, tat ire show. vu I II "; Mr. Wally Sellers, Marietta,
2 SHOWS 8:00 P. M. and 11:00 P. M. I canceled when Rawls developed : Florida won $50.00 in instant
'' ADMISSION $2.50 and $3.00 mumps. Ken Knight who Is cash at a Humble Servi-
\ handling the Rawls Jacksonville-
TICKETS + t eenter.WINS .
ON SALE AT USUAL PLACES show has stated that Rawls'failure T
to appear was definitely:
.. AN due to sickness. Ken Lou
EVENING WITS says
..
and the sensational Patience
( orchid corsage
of
jf j-
;t t Valentine along with the Lou!
r Rawls Quartet will definite! ,+ S10T
: I.99 \ 1..i. be In Jacksonville on Friday: ,
March 3L ICs the show
,' j night, Mr. Robert K.Vickroy of Jacksonville
y that all Jacksonville and Florida
f Exotic flower to o Florida $100.00
spray won '
accent an Easter out Vt has been waiting for. Tickets
fit. Many color variations. are available at the usual picking up his winning! ticketat 7
.See-thru gift box. places.
Harmon's Enco Serviced- r
t _
t carnation corsage .. a, ter.
tr BEAUTY SHOP AD: "Book Up
With a Good CurL"Catholic Di-
1 50 jest-rJanuary. .
z + 4 1lf 'i.. THE NEW FAMILY was anxiousto

Wide election Includes make a good impression in WINS SIMP
the whole color rang. the neighborhood. But the neigh-
from deep red to white.Svmmltii. bon remained aloof. Mrs. Bernice Poston of Jacksonville -
.
Florida got her win
I tirrtch r ning $100.00 ticket at Taylor
LOVETA ;) Enco Servicenter.

: FISH NET way to love any'

thing it to realiie that it

a HOSE might be 10$'." OTHER RECENT WINNERS!

G. K. Chesterton. ,MR.. .W.- B. HERRING. MR. RICHARD BICKROY

y Je $ $10000 $100.00
I MR. BEN.M.SMITH "8. AMOS ADAMS
AUTO
FOR SUE
pair $100.00 $50.00)
Olds; 1961; futly'iqulp.'Mustsellco .
cash. Take up notes MRS.NELUES.KENNEYMAN$50X0. .
Over-the-knee nylons you F14TURZNO Call James, ,356-0243.. .

will love for casual town, '
:Lou Rawls Quartet &
campus or sports wear. Patience Valentine
C e Two smart patterns In a

C bevy of shades. Tickets, At BOB'S RECORD SHOP '7-28 W. Ashley St.. HELP WANTED Ploy

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