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FOR COMPLETE SCHOOL DESEGREGATION


W. 18 NO 52 SATURDAY APRIL 1 1967 15 CENTSIa1IOtiiEh1 .
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JAXONS SEEK BAN Playing Duval County School GUIles officials r

who have game been playing about the school delaying -

lesegregatlon received a Jolt
last Wednesday when the 5th
Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed


ON AT- LARGE- VOTE must integrate that the six far-reaching southern public schools states decision '

from kindergarten up .at the
start of the fall term this year.
...#*# .-. Although the ruling directly

Torture Killer Duval DelegationGets Court Actions Georgia affects schools Loulsana In, Mississippi Alabama-,:

Texas and Florida, Duval,
EWes Police Drain SNCC School officials are still clinging
to the belief that there
Jacksonville police have begun ProposalsFor ATLANTANPIFederal, will be no Immediate affect
a widespread bunt for a state and local court actions on Duval since the affirmation
man believed to be a torture against SNCC are threateningto t concerned a decision involving'Louisiana
killer and possibly a sex drain the militant "black :- 1t 1 and Alabama. .
maniac. power" organization dry. !' School board attorney Elliot
Last Wednesday afternoon the District VoteTwo Much of the organization's : i ; Adams who has been directing
body of 25-year-old Mrs. money is tied up in fighting --: .......... :-,'-.'.:;,""".""--'. __ =.a* .JI'f;: ". ,,'/1Jii 1',....... t" 1.1:0. ___ the board's legal maneuvers to
Vltallne Hugging was found Jacksonville Negro politicians some 130 court battles on three fronts. delay complete desegregationhas
were among DIbCU I-W1en the Qua* Bto Onega Chapter at Alpna Kappa Alpha Sorority
bound hand and foot by who filed legislative proposals with the Clerk of the Circuit There appears to be no relelf bid its South Atlantic Regional meet la Jacksonville with sessions at the Mayflower Hotel stated! that Dune has taken
an .electric cord. The vic Court which are being brought before the Duval delegation at In aI&ht. honored with Plaques of Apprlclatlon for their affirmative" action requiredby
tim's semi-nude body was public bearing which began Thursday.The Seven SNCC-alflliated workers service.week From u tMrsthe. Francunitonwere standing for Miss Edna Calhoun,, Mrs. Aldonia the federal court decision
her mutilated mouth.and a gag wu In two fliers were local be suspended until exonerated, have been aralnged on federal Hill Seabrook, Mrs. Mildred White, Mrs. Lois Roberts, Mrs Louis Sheffield/; Mrs. Vivian to Integrate schools there here.However is general.
politicians Frank Hampton and and any business firm bribing charges resulting from a Ingram and Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin. Photo by EmersonKirk's ,
Duval
Detective Sgt. R.T. Matthews feeling Negroes
of the among
in front
draft
protest _. .
Sam Jones, both of whom proposed an elected official would'forbidden b* .
said the body was discovered Atlanta induction center. -- -- -- that what Adams calls"aflnna-
the woman's sister-in-law legislation that would require to do business with tlve" action falls far short of
by seeking -
They were desperately Views
the election of city and the city and county forlSyears.
Mrs. Mary Waugh about 1:30 the desegregation order.
funds to repay a bail bondsman Negro Vote Seen
p.m., that afternoon when she county officials from district Observers were quick to recognize who bad given them credit. School Superintendent Into
went to the apartment at 613 rather than by voting at-large. that Hampton's pro-' If they don't get the money, Penilly Hit Brant who has been charged
Hampton who previously for consolidation of
posal city
Florida Ave.According .. have to to with "looking every-whlch-way
they Jail.
may go
to the headed the Westside Men'i Club and county officer were in line but the right way" on the school
police, wo- Four of them are charged As Vital Factorin
man had been stuck several. with the consolidation program with hindering administration OR DeitkTiir desegregation matter came-up
times on the bead and body which is being proposed by the of the Universal Military Training with a classic when he said
with a: heavy Instrument Her ._.." "\.....-...(.' \tJ......;.,"f L'o c Government Study com and Service Act. Florida Conference d the "Our schools have been under .I.
hands were tied behind her mission.ones Four SNCC members were National AssociailonfortheM- City ElectionsBY court-ordered desegregation u
with an eight foot extension / a retired railroad IlIaD'who arraigned in state courts on vancement of Colored People since 1081. As J understood it, .
cord 'He shambles in which has filed several briefs assault and battery charges Thursday condemned Gov. the decision in New Orleans ,
police found the bedroom to during the drive for reapportionment growing out of the same Claude Kirk and the State Pardon ERIC O.SIMPSON adopts the integration guidelines j
which the victim was mar of the Florida demonstration Board on their recent statements ; Although last Tuesday's elections swept 22 Republicans of Health, Education and I
dered Indicated: terrific strap legislature. Twelve have been convicted on capital punishment office, marking the first time in the history of Florida that Welfare schools presently :
gle or fight. His proposal calls for legislation of violating local ordlnacnesIn The telegram, sent by Marvin many Republicans will have been In office: the Democratswho under court order."
Mrs. Waugh who lives at Ml requiring the election the draft protest.A Davies, Florida Field Director got elected can thank the Negro vote in most areas. Brant points out that! BOO Negro
Florida Ave., told Matthew that f all city and county officials large sum of SNCC money of the NAACP viewed! In Dade County where the voting was far higher than expected 'students attend predominately
she and the victim had gone from districts rather than on Is being tied up appeal bonds. with complete and "utter the Democrats held their ground against the Republican attack white schools Du
downtown earlier In the day tad a citywide or countywide Meanwhile, SNCC Chairman disgust" the refusal of the and It was the vote which came from predominately! Negro val from kindergarten through
returned to their homes at abort basis as at present. the. 12th grade He said there
Stokely Carmichael and others Governor and the Pardon Boardto precincts that gave the Democrats their edge.In .
12.45 p.m. Jones maintains as the ma- were to go on trial in Selma. allow the America Civil Duval County Democrats beat Republican candidates in are 136 schools In the county
She sid she went over to the UII "...... _. As no Atlanta bondsmen was Liberties Union (ACLU) to Inform some Negro precincts by as much as 10 to 1. One Republican of which. 28 are predominately
Huggins home about 45, min .Identified himself as commissioner prepared to set ball for them. the 51 men on the death received 3 votes in one Negro precinct to his Democratic Negro. The student population:
utes after arriving at her own of the Civil Liberties SNCC had to raise the money row of the availability of free opponent's 237., Thus, taking away the Negro 'Vote from any is 118,000, of which about 30,000are
home and discovered.Hug- Commission of the itself or face the possibility legal! counsel. Democart who won and that candidate would have gone downto Negroes.
gin's battered body on the floor International Benevolent Protective of having its leaders and work In response to Kirk's statement Republican defeat. He said the central office ad.
of the bedroom, the only room Order of Elks, Maceo ers go to jail. that he would sign the There were Democrats running for the House of Representatives mlnlstratlve staff has been
which showed signs of a struggle Lodge, Jacksonville. At the same time, six SNCC who went down ,to Republican defeat for significant integrated since 1965 and that
Matthew said. His proposal calls for consolidating 1 members and 10 others faced reasons relating to campaign! strategy. "several white ,teachers and
Curtains were torn from a the city and countytax riot charges stemming from Roger West, a virtual unknown who recently won election curriculum assistants" are
window tables and chairs were assessors office and health the ghetto disturbances Luf to the County Civil Service Board was tackling the well-known working In Negro schools. The
turned over and night stand was department; the offices of the summer. Tom Slate and although West did not campaign! u hard u superintendent said Negro
upside down on the foot of the clerks of circuit! criminal and A federal appeal is likely. should have In the Negro areas he got the bulk at the Negro teachers are used In Integrated
bed. small claims courts; the city vote West was defeated by the Klrkltes. exceptional student pro
Police theorized that Mrs and county recreation department Grants.ln.AldUnder Williams B. Maness suffered a similar fate at the hands grams. He said be knew of
Muggins may have returned ; the cities of Atlantic of Dr. Jack Fisher who got the GOP supporters. The same no other Negro teachers
home and surprised someone Neptune, and Jacksonville Tome Greene the Democrat Incombent who got working In predominatelywhite .
who broke Into her home during Beach, and the City of Attack swept by William T. Stockton, .the Republican for the schools.
her absence. Jacksonville and Duval County .. ..,.... Senate. On the other band it has been
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It was learned that the ,Ic. fire departments. By NegroesNEW There Is wide spread feeling among Negro Democratic pointed out that most of the
FRANK HAMPTON
Urn had earlier cashed a check Hampton proposed abolishment Committeemen that bad the' Democrats made a real effort to Negro personnel In the administrative
for more than JGObutthemooej of the Budget Commission Jority of citizens do, that at- get out the Negro vote, those who were defeated might have area work in a
was not in her purse or on her and Its powers transferred to large elections serve to deprive ORLEANSNPI>- A been getting ready to go to Tallahassee. In many cases, as separate building the old
person IMatthew the Board of County Com Negroes from being elected to three-Judge panel of the federal in the cue of Tom Greene candidates did their campalging offices on Ocean Street. Adams
said a rear window missioners. Another proposalcalls office. court last week took under IWiVll'f' DAVID for the Negro vote through satchel-hunting: Negro political expressed concern that the New
in the woman's ground floor for changing the makeupof Under Jones' proposal the advisement a suit seeking the .blasted Kirk backs who pocketed what little money they got and sat on the Orleans order might write the
apartment showed signs of the County Equallation Florida Secretary State would abolition of the grant-in-aid curb. The results of Tuesday's election will bring in new end to the "neighborhood"school.
forced entry. He added that Board so it would Include the divide the city and county Into plan obtaining in Louisiana death warrant for Thomas demands from Negro leaders and citizens who will be watchIng Negro citizens how
several drawers in her dresser tax assessor, the chairman of districts approximately equal where the state gives to the :Allen, a 25-year-old Negro to see what the newly elected and re-elected Senatorsand ever, aren't wasting any tears
were ransacked. the county commissioners and population for election pur parents of children seeking to from Live Oak, ,"u soon as representatives will do in their behalf. over what might happen to them,
five citizens picked by the poses. attend private schools the sum orderly processes are fol There Is no doubt that Negro leaders and down to the man since the "neighborhood"school
county commissioners. of two dollar per day. lowed"Jhe telegram asked If in the street are becoming tired of being taken for granted are the instruments.
'Ge. Darts Hampton also proposes that Medic Resigns NAACP Negroes who filed the suit you decide to sip the warrant, There are Indications: that unless the Democrats, to usa < throuh which segregation has
all city councilmen would be claim that this is just a way bow many stars would be added commonplace expression, "straighten up and fly right" been perpetuated. ,
To. Leave Korea elected by districts rather than N.Y. Slate Post to operate a public segregated to your crown? How long before they might lose some Negroes to the Republican party. Negro citizens are aware,too,
at large, the same holding for school system and is uncon this blood will be dissolvedand Negroes are quite aware that they represent a hefty percentage that Ish Brant and the school
five school board members now stitutional. The plaintiffs were more requested? of the total vote in the city. Therefore, In the coming board up to a year ago were
Tour 01 Duty qualifying from districts. Annexation AMITYYILLE, N.Y,.-.Dr.Eugene joined In their suit by the Justice Davies stated that capital Jacksonville city elections the Negro vote will be all Important busy- getting "neighborhood"schools
of populous areas to T. Reed has announcedthat Department.In punishment must be abolished when one considers that there are many white pro- under construction
-SEOUL, Korea-(NFI -General the City of Jacksonville Is also he is resigning as presided New Orleans there are 38prlvat.schoolslD4lnFebruIrJ because It is an archalr, un Republican-Democrats in this area who are seeking to clean Adams said the board closedone
BeDjamIDO.DaYIIlr..ODt called for and all elected officials of the New York State civilized immoral ineffective out City Hall after numerous charges of misdoings by city predominately Negro
Negro general the U$.Armed under indictment would NAACP Conference of Branches the records show that 6,984 and racial discriminatory, officials which have been brought out by grand jury investi school, No. 125, in Arlingtonand
Service baa disclosed that be because he finds be can no students received the sum of tice. In fact be said In FloridaIt gations. absorbed the pupils in
,
will leave Us tour of duty in Howard Grad longer sacrifice the necessary 9245,000. The court ordered has grown more and more neighborhood white schools. He
Korea this summer. time to that post ,' 11111111111111111111111111 said another school in Wes-
briefs to be filed by April 11 into disuse until now it Is used ,
General Davis, who became Milled .To In a letter to the state's 71 by both sides. This year the primarily u a license to murder connett is In the process of
chief of staff of the United branches Dr. Reed said,"whenI Louisiana legislature appropriated Negro males The dignity CIVIL RIGHTS being closed and the students
Nations Command In Seoul In N.Y. Health Post agreed to be a candidate for $4 million for this fund of man and the protection and ; ROUNDUPBY assigned to other schools.
May 1965, said be would retire the presidency, in October 1968, and it is expected that another value of human life must not He added, "We stopped bans-
in four years. ALBANY N.Y-{4P1)-. Dr. I had no idea of the problems $1.5 million more may be spent. be left to the whims and selfishness 1111111111111111111 porting\ Negro children from
By law military men must Joseph B. Robinson has been which would follow with respectto In Montgomery, Alabama, the of politicians who are Baldwin, and 40 students that
retire dter 35 years service appointed assistant for special my health. However a second .. federal court dealt what is considered anxious to slaughter all Negromen NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL attended the New Stanton High
and "I have 31 years now," be problems to the New York healtheommlssloTir. operation relate to an a death blow to grants- he noted. School now go to Baldwin High.
explained.Gen. old chronic knee ailment means in-aid. They completedly outlawed Davies said that the deter CONTRAST Also, some from Douglas An-
.'Davis, Jr.. Is the SOD of A graduate of Talladega College that for the rest of the year I such procedure and in rent effect argument favoringthe NEWPORT NEWS, Va.->(-Appolntment of Negro doc tors ferson school now go to
Gen Benjamin 0. Davis, Sr., TaUadega Ala., he holds will be forced to devote my addition ordered entire state death penalty is falaclous sharply contrasted: at bopltals here in Chicago In Newport Fletcher High. However some
the nation's first Negro Gen a medical degree from Howard full time to earning enough entirely desegregated including ridiculous and illogical and represents News, the 323-bed Riverside hospital was ordered by the 4th Negro students preferred to
eral. University. money to cover my expenses.: classrooms, faculties, all the highest form Of U.s. Circuit Court of Appeals to let Negro doctors practice stay at the Anderson school
"There are great efforts being Vice-president of the State Dr. Reed will remain member activities la the 99 school that after plaintiffs had charged hospital discriminationagainstNegro to play on sports teams'and lathe
made to get more Negroes Academy of General Practice of the State Conference systems of the state those upon hypocrisy a Judo-Christian can be people.heaped .doctors and patients. In Chicago the number of staff bands."
In service academies,*' said and of the Albany County Medical Board of Directors, u well already integrated by court order A farce of this magnitude is appointments) held by Negro physicalns at non-government Brant said '""Certainly wt
Can Davis Jr,who recalled Society be will concentrate as of the NAACPs National and all others. The state too Inconceivable to be supported hospitals more than quadrupled during the last six years win comply with the ruling by
the torment of being the only la his new post on ways to Board of Directors, and says was ordered to produce a desegregation by aay,.rifbt., aUadet There currently are 139 appointments wlthadmltUngprtvUegesfceM the fall term, as it affects as.n .
Negro atthiU.LMiilaryAcad. improve the infavonble health he intends to remain active plan within the next individual. even less the by M Negro physicians compared to 29 shared by 21 could mean some far-
emy in 1932: status of the dlsadvantaged. in the civil rights battle. 20 riavs. governor of this state. Negroes 1960. reaching chanctIrrii ."


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NEWS, 4 jiYLIcAM'N -


M. YOUNG JR.
Published by bit Florida Star MibllshlngCompsa), By WHITNEY

THE NEGRO AND THE ARMED FORCES
MEMBB'R.tEG80
The selective service system is about to be revised. A

Presidential Commission recommended broad changes in

P 9NAl: + Qo J ,tTO the_-.1 way__.young Iou hvtl..atlld men art drafted mot h. into will the followarmed their forces sooesttons.and the
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Under tbeproposeddraft system, the reissued

ERIC 0. SIIPSO' Editif firstly age crOUP will-l9-fear-olds-WiU be chosen b, means"be of randoII

Miiniii J' : sometimes called a lottery. Whoa II i iVThe
Kumber those not
filled
t of men needed ,
HILDA WOOTEIt.Circilitiii Miiiftr selected will be dropped to the bottoms of the

for the new crop of W-year-
BA list. to_make. ___room_._ .__ _...... "a _.$....,t. .."rt"ftAd
ueiermenu wo. w. "" -.''j -----
2323 Mneriif had Pkni Elfii 4-1712 \ system of random selection is especially Important

because it' will Introduce into the draft what it has most
Nailing Addrm draft often works In
NC I I'r often lacked-fairness. The present
discriminatory fashion. President Johnson said as much in

P.O. BBI 599 Jacksiiiilli, Fliridi 32211 a recent press conferenceI think unquestionably in the
field of the Selective Service Boards and the draft machinery,

as In the general machinery of government at all levels,
MIAMI, OFFICE % \ that Mere has been discrimination\ against minority groups."

., At present, almost one out of every three Negroes who meets
5018 NW ?tb An. Pkni 751-3179 the Army's standards is drafted but less than one out of

cnN ,, > five qualified white youths is drafted. Every year almost
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'il tp
,rr itr 2 million men reach draft age, but the Army drafts only a
\ One Year. 16.00 Half Tear' $4.00 fraction of that number. To allow the burden to fall disproportionately -

Hailed Co You Anywhere In -the United State upon minority groups is Immoral, unfair and
p ;
Subscription payable In advance : dangerous.This .
t is especially true at a time when the nation at war.
Send Check or Money Order to: :
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1' ; ,; ,. : ,' When induction Into the armed forces may mean death or
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 69 "I j.. .'l ... '. maiming a far-off land In the midst of a bloody wart) it

Jacksonville Florida fJJmttlL is Intolerable for minority poups who share least In the'
'... .1'-"" """'" benefits of our society to share most In the burden of defending -
Negroes Mast Mister LtRfliigts _:i', ""', \ .. .. 1 \ it.
'1 : newscasts
;: As anyone who watches televised or sees photos

For some reason many of our college .a .. .' ,t wsP'W'i in the newspapers knows, Negroes are doing much of the
students view the learning of foreign fighting in Vietnam. Although only 11 percent of the population -

languages as a difficult task when it is. REACTIONARIES AT WORKI is Negro, 14.5 percent of the U.s. Army in Vietnam
are Negro. In some of the line companies the proportion

not. Unless a college makes two yearsof .-- --- --- --- --- -- -- ----- -- -- --_ -- -- -- is far higher, as reflected in the fact that Negroes comprise
foreign language a requirement 90 per 1 22.4 percent of combat deaths.

cent of the student body will "dodge" 1 The role of our Negro fighting men is perhaps best typified

these courses. r YOUR Weekly 1 by Specialist 6 Lawrence Joel, who recently received thenaUon"
honor the Medal of Honor at
We must admit that many people are adeptin 1 highest military a
For White House ceremony. Specialist Joel received the award for
learning languages. 1 extraordinary heroism during a attack on his company's

instance let's take the case of Arnold 1 position by superior forces. Almost everyone In the lead

Nygaard, translator for the National squad was killed or wounded In the attack, and Specialist
Horoscope Guide Joel, a medic treated the wounded men while still under
Geographic Society. This man retired *** ** fire. After being wounded twice, he still dragged bemself

recently, about 20 languages short of I I across the bloody battlefield to treat more men. Even after

his goal. his supplies ran out, be continued to help his comrades,

As a young man, Nygaard vowed to 'learn By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER saving one man's life by placing a plastic bag over a chest
** wound to congeal the blood.
50 languages. Through constant study he I The nation Is in the debt of men like Specialist Joel who

learned 30; including such rar'e'' ones ali 1 undergo such hardship and danger. It must soon face the

* Mongolian Czech,. Irish, Tibetan, and WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR question; '"Can we ask so much from ,these men without

Sanskrit. doing something about the discrimination which limits their
1 opportunities In civilian life?' Is our nation so morally backward -
Nygaard was with the society for 37
: BUSINESS LOVE as to ask for such sacrifices from people not allowed
years but recently retired and will live TRAVEL to participate fully In all aspects of life? Can white Americans -

in Mandal Norway, where he was born. ask a man to save their son's life on the battlefield

He' 11 continue his study of Arabic. .. and then refuse to let him live on their street?
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Those who are facile with foreign language -'- --- -- -- -- -- ---- -- President Johnson summed up the problem when he said
"The pack of the Negro soldier Is as heavy as the white
learning ,can carve ,out careers as CAKCER soldier'*-.but the burden his family bears is far heavier.
translators for national bodies such as ARIES LIBRA CAPRICORN rn war, the Negro American haw riven this nation his best-

the United Nations. \ BORN JUNE jut this nation has not given him equal justice" 'Inll&.1s:

Remember that to master any': course, one IORR MARCH2UhAPRIL BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. a bill to be Mid, In the form of open housing, better educational

,and job opportunities,'and the end of discrimination
has to engage in.continuous study. I ,
e ', 19th 22nd 'JULY 22 23-OCT., 23rd 221d-JAN. I9tb and it must be paid soon. -


Desegregation Of School FicilifiisMany Health Is priceless. The greatphysical Who's right? Ask a hundred" ', get Balance away accounts.with deficit Nations spending can It takes two. Even if many THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy
people and will receive a,
professional associations in pub- and nervous energy you for a while, but it is the rare Capricornians figure among the CLANZELL
hundred This BROWN
different
with which ''Arlans answers. extreme individualists In our JR.
so
many are
lishing their lists of jobs available can be pretty confusing to those Individual who can succesEfull midst It be for-
blessed should be carefully andcndc1net can a pretty
Individual who can successfully The physical drain on the ghetto Is one of the major
to all who have wills of their problems
indicate that these jobs are open expended. While this no lorn experience to go through
emulate this exmple. Should in this country presently Intact the civil
of own, let alone q>1n10111. It behooves Ufa alone. It is essential rights
who are qualified regardless race runs counter to the Inclination to is
struggle
you find yourself guilty of a no longer a problem for the Negro alone but
color] creed. of so many of you who pre you, therefore, to get have friends, social outlets, for
the whole
or into closer with similar charge, the time to society. Throughout the country, the major,
rapport and
above all
More and more in the nation, teaching fer to give whatever you are intutttlon. Each person is your an turn over a new leaf, while you who share, a loyal mate cities are in trouble, carred by slums and ghettos, threatened -
doing everything you've got still have a chance to do so can sorrows u by racial stride, and crippled by IrmfoTwrtt finances.ireoicuoos .
in the formerly
opportunities are .
open remember that the already entity and must be held accountable well U success. Those who
large white private and state collegesand years for decisions and effectively Is 4th-6th. Any Indications feel rather Isolated are our me nation's urns popu
should
exact a heavy toll without make
that be below lation will double the
you may by beginning of the nut
universities. The number of Negro helping them along. The deeds that direct his or her matrimony the cornerstone of unless
par as regards physical century adequate steps are taken to
professors moving into this :area of SUM theory may be said to 'life. It Is unjust to place the condition should be taken at long-range planning It is futile avoid disaster, so will the problems of the (II
apply to monetary resources responsibility of doing so on It Is wiserto to be deterred by the repealed big cities. Without radical
employment is indeed small for 'several which become Increasingly the shoulders of friends, loved bee value. always and ominous signs or action out clues
apply remedies at the start are destined to become centers of chaos.
reasons. portant with the ones or even wayside strangers. statements about the days to
passage The
since big before
usually are becomes
they more question us a
Although the ideal of the of A And of course, those who offer come since all question
professional years. friendly talk on effective then 6th-8th. Serviceor past generations or now to provide the urban resident, and most PartIcularly
association is laudatory, a Negro teacher this subject with your chosen unsolicited advice deserve also took the same dark outlook the slum and
nothing better than a rebuff employment problems are ghetto resident, with a stake In his
would partner would be productive of other factors that lie at regarding. the fate of man own community bow to
experience great difficulty in which you should not delay in may kind. diminish the sense of anonymity be
* splendid results on the 4th. the root of secret feels, bow to reduce the
getting employment in many of the state giving. misgivings. 7-90-21-18-722 Impersonality of the urban environment -

universities of the South One may not I40.J2146I2.TAURUS .3-50-33-14.-323 8.70-11-17-732 and In the process, how to approach all the'
problems affecting the soclety-at-large.
be 'able to support this fact with indisputable AQUARIUS
SCORPIO Urbanization, first of all, cause severe stresses both for
evidence but there are subtle. LEO the community and the individual. Housing shortages are
ways of keeping him out. LOIN APRIL BORN OCT. BORN JAN chronic in all our major cities. Educational facilities in

However one mustnot be discouraged by BORN JULY23rd.AUS. our slums are Inferior from the standpoint of social and

1 being turned down a few times. One must 20th-NAT 20tk. 24th.NOY. 22nd 20th-FEB. 1Kb found welfare impact services.on the Urbanization structure perhaps of family has Institutions.its most pro-The

try again until the moral barrier has. 22id Ask to be shown. As far as old traditions and values of the original family unit dis

been torn down. Do the picking. Some friends Your Joy returns. While you maystill strangers are concerned, you integrate under the Impact of urbanization. The problems of

otten we have heard it said that white .may enjoy nothing more than to longer near Is far the to top. There for the no tore be somewhat fuzzy about may just,U well be fromMlssouri. the ghetto Invade every aspect of We. It is our responsibility
teachers act u matchmaker If you Leos go your sentiments regarding In short, you don't want In this society, to insure the same skills, genius and creative
better who
are than Negro instr c- have bad one goal, romance, marriage, or related drive
allow to be Aught being used to
yourself to be told be save the ghetto, as we have used to smash
tors. This is not true, since 'we have in their tolls, you may have all one purpose and a determination matters, this really is the best would be a good two dear' The Jacksonville community faces these same problems

good and poor teachers of all races. the time in the world for subsequent in whatever to surpass all others time to give them earnest con velop just now since the plane- In depth. The only solution is an awareness of the problem
regrets. This does not job or profession sideration. Friends are not and a commitment to
have tary signs concur In the belief change the conditions that affect thou-
Is Regionalism signify that you have not the they chosen. While you likely to be the best judgesas that anything but the truth maybe sands of Jacksonville citizens
Dyiig are still climbing do not underestimate to what Is best for The
right to marry, but simply that you. said, printed, or bruited
The passage of t h e .civil rights and' .you mast be certain in the ladles to the power of the biggest mistake on your part about. Make any adjustments,
ease task. And would be to ask THISWEEK
your them for advice IN NEGRO
first place that are not HISTORY
you conduct
laws Johnson instead or dealings of a fin
Voting in the of
administration bel g awed Into making an stripping your assets -' after you and a certain party axial, Investment or security
has been' instrumental in to the bone, take advantage have come to an agreement. March 26 1831
Bfortanate choice. It would be nature without forgetting tilt Bishop Richard Allen, founder of the AME
stripping the Old Deep South of 'some of era nor tragic to cast aside of the institutions or Ycur own good judgment, plusa necessary safeguards against church died in Philadelphia. '
partner who are willing to touch of the
undertake dramatic
i its heritage, or its regionalism.:, This mate or or errors of any description.Read .
aeeuniving the
,Pastier the spell of financing of unexpected, should lead you March Z8, 1924 Birthday of Sarah
' is supported by a Baptist minister, Dr', charmer. promising enterprises.' Into drawing your own coocuslons. the fine print In all cues. popular jazz song stylists Vaughn, one of the nation'smost : ,

Kyle Haselden editor of the Christian 1-70-44-18-904 8-Sn '11 13.. 545. 7-70-66.13.458

Century magazine published in Chicago, VIRGO 6 70 11 -17 732 March 28, 1652 Samuel Sewall, anti-slavery author, born.

who states that the "South is coming SAGITTARIUS PISCES
GEMINI March 28, 1799 New York legislature passed law abolish
.back into the union after' 100 years and BORN AU'G.23rd.SEPT. lug slavery in KM: state.
the church is helping in the proceu. ") IOIN MAY ,MIN NOV.23rdIEC. BORN FEB.

"The South is learning that if it is 22ad 21st March 28, 1870 The 15th Amendment to the Constitution

to get its slice of the big pie, it's 2Ut- JUNE 21st Display abilities. It could require 19th-NAR. 2011Ifi giving freed men the right to rote, was ratified In Congress.

going to have to go along with the rest It bar a meaning. There Is a tabilities IPs life.that It Is so the often unpredic make the sheer force of achievement ter how somewhere you look at else.It, it Nomat-seems March Z9, 1919 Birth of singer Pearl Bailey in Newport News,
to convince those IL V.
of the nation. For instance this fact pronounced dissatisfaction still existence in this world so try. as If many Flscians will be
that deserve far
was never more true than in' the case of lurking somewhere Inside, but log, but seldom uninteresting power you far happier living somewhere
It, could prove difficult to describe Whatever Is to more recognition than you may April 1, 1854 Augustus Tolton, of Quincy, TO., became the
federal funds for schools in the south. happen will hap- away from their birth places
now enjoy. It is better to do first Negro to be ordained a priest In
' It enttrely.Sbould it stem U.S.
whether it wants rn pen, no matter what Instead It may be by personal choice,'
or not, the church something positive than to tutor -
in the south is from physical causes, obtain of succumbing to fears and in silence, even If you obtain ,or through the force of circumstances Drivers
ready beginning to Spring
flte services: of a qualified doubts) welcome each new experience ,but the fact that fate Fancy
results al
partial or no
', "
break out .of its former 'regionalJsm. practitioner to uncover them. with
zest and store
Is behind whatever is happen-
for
ill. Ste.lfourseU ordeals -
Dr. Haselden noticed thb Increase in Or If you job Is palling. It It away for future reference. any
you have reason to believe Ing to you unmistakable..Happy Highways Says Patrol
nay be meant for to start Ton have
you been
membership of the Southern Baptist singled out for may be lying in wait for are you who have a stanch
looking for a new The particular
convention by members coming from rs, : one. attention by strait you. The stab you now make aUy to share In your fortunes TALLAHASSEE spring a young man's fancy may turn
lmtlfatki"v that a change Is planetary
Influences, quite should make a dent, but it to make existence far more t to love, but according to the Florida Highway Patrol every
thus
outside the south and ft( and
; come due
bass' are quite positive on theM sometime ago. If you have faced could take few c one's fancy turns to the highways.
to be church. \ -" As long u the ordeals a more days rreeable than It conM ever be
a national you arecesTtoceo'i of the The
past, those spring weather of March brings out the for
out
to determine just what the effect In the cases of: "just aride"
The fading of regional** 'is a that you have much still to come should appear like will be. Rivalry, or the living along. I motorists who swell our already heavy tourist traffic'
good thing, for the Southern Negro, and ,U fate sod nothing to lose, do child's play by comparison. opposition of someone who is many who, remain unattached to a danger point.
let hesitate ma when this stead of losing patience and the possibility of plunging Into "To stay alive drivers must "
stay alert Colonel
with In authority, can be counted says H.,
regionalism
demlnishlng
.
v waves moving elsewhere. having it out with rivals or upon to at least delay expected: the sea of matrimony should 'K. Klrkman Director of the Department of Public Safety,
the industrial. South can blo..o."llk "
a associates.
pot be discounted. because more traffic means
more dangers each
results. facing
| 70 U
*" -IJ -100
rose.. 3 50 89 19 853 5 driver every mile In the ever-increasing stream of traffic
50 55 15 SSS 4-, 80 IS.II110. DO Florida's streets and highways."


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APRIL 1. 156 STAR PAPERS PACE 3


SlfMis Anniversary Conclave Royal Diplomats lislill OfficirsDOTALLATJOwMemoers YOUR WEDDING



Set For Richmond, Va., Dec. 2 b T, c SOCIAL BELLS


The PhI Seta Sigma Fraternity's 53rd Anniversary Conclave Henry Wilson,729 Davis Street
via be held December ttth through SOUl 1967 at SECURITY 75 and Margaret Hall,729 Davis
the John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Va. st.. $aLee

The board selected and of Sigma and e rmarkfID4S Coverage theSoclalSecurity
approved dilutes Program Is nearly universal Roy Robinson, 5610 Mlno-
"Leadership Tralnlni \ for a recommended bud- today. More than nine out of sa Circle W., 19 and Casandri
For Community Service"as the get. The committee's chairmanIs ''ten people who work for wages Gall Ellison,5739 AbeilaRd.l7.
of
theme Uwcooclare.lt It created! Ephriam E. Persons '
a National Convention Bureau and the members of the tifil art now earning protection for
Chicago Willie
,themselves and their families. James Whltlock,1231 W,
within the fraternity to run coo Finance Committee would consists ,For 30 social securityhas 27th St., 26 and Ruth Eleanor
,
ventlou hereafter approved of C. L. T0WD8',Sr.,R.o. A been years paying benefits ,Robinson, CampanellaDr..,
dates of regional meetings to be Sutton of Atlanta;; R. A. Hester, 22.
resulting from the bread1t1DDer' -
held around the country until William E. Doar, Jr., Richard '
retirement or disability
convention time. Alleyne, Allen Steward Maurice Lorenza Alonta Dales 723
and to his family the ,
Dr. Alvin J. McNeil National A. Moore and George D.
vent of his death. There are Court B., 20 and Myra Jean
President of Phi Beta Sigma Flemmlng. %' S'sr1 'currently more than 20 million Fisher 727 W. State St, 19.
Committee r
Fraternity said In accessing A National Office

the role of Sigma In this part d consisting of Brothers R. O* ,social security beneficiaries Orean Williams, Jr. 2123 W.

the 20th century Sigma would Button, C. L. Towens, Sr.,Austin the The rolls.newest form of protection lit St., 18 and lIerrl.'L/obD-;

have totakeamoreposltlveroleIn t E. Greaux, H.A.Howardand available through social secnrlTv son, 2103 Placeda st., 23.
Insprling all men to achieve Parlett Moore. The committee

their full potentials In leadership is to investigate,study and brine Is Medicare program James DwIght Dawklns, 7024
of wealth Insurance available
training for communlt to the conclave: for approval a.
Ken Knight Dr., 20 and Yvonne
to 65 older.
: or
.."iee.1D this role of responsibility site for a national office,as well C. Medicare persons was age devised because Asberry 1717 W. 22nd St., 18.,
the fraternity win take u a proposed building andcon-
In depth looks at Its membersand .slderatlon of staff to handle the r the vast majority of persons Benjamin Hoover 1011 Hobson
,
over 65 to a hospital at
age go
encourage them to partici responsibility of said national Avenue, 19 and Prtncella: Asber
least once during their remaining -
'pate In more personal rotes office.A v.a'c
Two-thirds of this ry 1717 W. 22nd St., 17.
whole| alerting their respective : Committee to promotecloser years.
number are hospitalized two or
between Zeta's
cooperation andSigma
communities to the responsibilities
Wados Hughes, 1145 W. 25th
times. the
more Upon entering
at level of Frat-
must assume every
Negroes
St.. 23 and Marcella MartiBusey
the find it
hospital aged necessary -
ernal life.Southern. ,
as they struggle for first class
L 1823 Francis St. 24"
,
Regional Meetings to stay twice as long u a
citizenship in the latter half of a "Ire? ;
ue scheduled for Arpil 21 and ? '" younger person. The financial
modern atomic Challenging 22 Paschal Motor Inn burden from hospital John Leonard Lewis, 1427
The 53rd Annual Conclave of 1961.at resulting
Atlanta R.O.Sutton and doctor can be Cleveland St. a and Mattle,
Georgia. care
Phi Beta Sigma will be hosted by
Ruth McKenzie 1272 W. 5th
past National President is Regional extremely difficult for an aged
Iota Sigma and Lambda Chapters }
St,17.Rudolph.
Conference hair He usually finds that
man, person.
of the Fraternity in the
Richmond area.Somel,000de- Fred G. Minis, Sr.,is regional his medical and health expenses:
legates are expected to attend I director. One of the highlight '' 1/IfI J.t have Increased, while his Income Earl Norton, 2318

the holiday meetings. }of this meeting Is a testimonial .. -- )- .- 7 and assets have de- Davis SL. 31 and Sulvia Car-
-
Among other decision revealed 'dinner honoring Dr. CorneliusV of the Royal Diplomat Cleft wtdcl- roe, Asftoy Cowart, toward Lang, tcaipa wastungtoal newness creased. dell Lawrence, 2607 LarkspurAve.

by Dr. McNeil were the formation TrouD. former President of held U s Installation of officers at the Holiday Rouse last manager; Rupert McLendon, Ernest Curry, Albert Beginning July,1966,Medicare ., 22.
of a National Finance Com Fort Valley Mate College: and March U are shown here. Seated from left are John Gripper, Nathaniel Small, Roland Gibson, public relations director; began paying for hospital care
mittee. The Committee will ;Former editor of the Crescent. president; Frank Donaldson, vice president, Alton Adams, Verdell Palmer.FRATERNAL. and doctor bills for nearly all Willie James Wilson 1156 W.
make a thorough study and analysis 1:Dr. Edward W. Brice of the U. secretary; Wilson Padgett. Standing, from left.. Edward Mon-- persons who were age 65 or' 13th St., 20 and Carrie Belle
of the Income and expen: S. Department of Education- older. Coverage begins with the Mime 1717 Wright Ave., 19. \
1 be the guest speaker. NOTESPaul month a person reaches his'

Meeting Scheduled 65th birthday provided a calm Claude Randolph, Jr., Klnston ,
Tea Lawrence Dunbar Lodge 1s filed sometime during the N.C., 23 and Jennie V. Jackson ,
I r r* CLUB NOTE s unUH TimeThe ,219 will conduct' Its monthly The Ladles Auxiliary to the\ three-month period preceding Rt 7, Box 60, 23. I

session Monday at 7;30 p.m., Brotherhood of Sleeping Car that month. It is possible to

., in the Masonic Temple. Porters will meet April 4, at enroll during the month which Ronald Jones, 1441 Francis "
v&.AI"""" """ and Mrs Catherine hostess. "Iris Specimen" will Delphinium Ladles Club The newly elected Worshipful 6 p.m., at the Myrtle Avenue the 65th birthday falls, or within St., 21 and Lavina fancy
cond; Other be roU call.SERVlER. will sponsor a Spring Tea Master W.R. Buckner has asked Library Officers members the three months following 3116 Myrtle Ave., 16.
The Y-Dlamond Bridge Club McKinney guest prize. Mrs., April 9 from 4 to 6 p.m., In all members to be In attendanceto are asked to be present. the that month; however the health 1
will meet Saturday in the homeof person present Miss were J. M. SOCIAL the YWCA. The public has been discuss business pertinent report of the March activitieswill insurance coverage Is delayed Rufus Wm. Marshall, 1936

Mrs. Clays tryant. ThepreYlous Margaret Day Lee Shannon The Servlr Social and Saving invited to attend. to the Grand Lodge and complete be made and other Important one or more months In this Broadway St., 25 and Eula Belle I:
Rosa ,
meeting was held at the Fisher, Mrs.
all financial information
obligations. case. Monroe, 1546 Franklin St., 28.
at 8:30
Waldon Mrs. Club will meet Friday
YWCA with "... Frances WIl- Mrs. Frances terra.Dlstr .
don as hostess. Prizes were Luvenla Newman, Mrs. Geneva p.m., in the home of Rev. and
awarded to Miss J. Maine White Mrs. Gladys Bryant. Mrs John Rowe, 914 Ionia St. 'ct 2 of West Friendship "YOUR DOLLAR ,
Fisher first; Mrs. Geneva Guests were Mrs Sula Wells The previous meeting was held Baptist Church will sponsor a
White, second; and Mrs. Catherine and Mrs. Minnie Tfaurston. In the home of Mrs. Gertrude tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m
McKinney, guest prize. IRIS GARDENThe Moore, 923 Palmetto St Several Mrs. Lucile Lowery will be the BUYS MORE fAT
Belamy was projects were discussed for the speaker and Choir 4 will serve
Mrs. Fannie
Iris Garden Circle holds
summer season which Included Other participants are: Mrs. o
second meeting
hostess to the and were its meeting Friday 7.30p.m.., t trip to the coon on April 30. Cora Anderson, Mrs. E. Forsterand YOUR BANNER
of the month prizes
in the home of Mrs. M McCoy
awarded to Mrs. Marian Reed, A lovely repast was served by Mrs. L. Simmons and others
6026 Bagley Road with Mrs.
assisted Mrs.
hostess
first; Mrs. Juanita Davis se- Justine Washington as co- the by atatra FOOD '
Omega Rowe.SEMINOLE STORE"ii!ii 1 QUANTITY PRICES GOOD

65 CADILLAC COUPE DeVlLLE $3795 CULTURE The Susie E. Tolbert School YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER" RGJ1TUEjERVFD; THROUGH, & SATURDAY.

: rr'NE\, CONOrtION' ': ORHUSSY Oa1T/ Semlnoie* Culture P-TA ,wUl lP9 80r' Its annual : .._, : 41"\ () I' ,
Itw Club Spring Tea April 16 accordingto 'J'
$1795
DeVille .
C6 Cadillac Sedan. ANTV. will meet April 3, In the home Mrs. Dorothy Hull, tea chain
65 Cadillac lEI THIS ON Calais! FACTORY eN..NED. ...........$4795 of Mrs Jennie Ford, 5298 man. A prize will be awardedfor
LOADED LIKI NIW. *l Frances Road, corner of the highest amount of finance
.. I.T: ... .... .$439f
,66 Continental AlII' ONO,. WAIIIIANTY, FACTORY exia.CAli. Cleveland Road at 7 p.m. According raised by the groups.The FLA. GRADE A
,.'AiTOIt. to the president, Mrs.
fie Buick: Special I........................ .$2595 Jennie Ford this is an Important aataat .
40005 IE UrgYER AIR CONDITIONED meeting u bylawawlllfie I .,.
'
65 Oldsmobile AUTOMATIM 98 Coupe .1......... ........ .$2695 read and discussed. Century Social and Saving WHOLEFRYERS _

65 Buick LOADED,Electra AIR CONDITIONED.'225* .. .... ..............$2595 Club will sponsor a SpiritualTea
Ale CONDITIONED lOAort WITH EQUIPMENT A HONIY. SIMPLICITY LADIES April 23 at Houston Hall,
68 Chev. Super Sport ... .... ......... $2595 1075 W. Monroe St. The pro- t

65 }Mustang: B; Heat.:HS peed ............ .$1595 The Simplicity Ladles will gram will be held from 4 to 6 3
65 Ford Galaxie 500 V-8 .'.... .. .... ..... $1995 meet in the home of Mrs Allie p.m. Other clubs in the city
Mae 1225 Harrison St. Invited
1 DOOR HW AIR CONDITIONED. LOADED. Evans have been to attend. LI.29C
64 Olds 98 riohday Sedan .. ... .... ...... $1995 Friday at 8 p.m. Members are
Ale q'kl.OWN.! ."-. LIKE NEW. asked to be All husbands
CONDITIONED present. DarnellCookmanStudents
65 Ford Country :Sedan .. ............... ... $199' of the Simplicity Ladlesare

6t Ford Fastback ...... ...... .... .........$1295 asked to meet in the home Appear In
TICK SHIFT.' '*MOTOR. I of W. Hosendolf 4459 Trenton
64 Volkswagen: .:..... ........:.... ..... 995 today at, 8
62 Oldsmobile 88 Coupe ...................$ 495 ,Drive, p.m. County Honor Band

64 Plymouth! Barracuda .... ..............$1595 Johnson Branch YMCA
V* AIR CONDITIONED. AUTOMATIC MM. Eleven Darnell-Cookman JunIor
60 Cadillac, Clean ..............:...........$ 795 High School Band students ""--*" f-f II I '

.. .............. $ 95
55 Olds. Runs Good .... Present Sixth Annual made the 1967 Honor ;
County
51 Chevrolet. Runs Good ... ............... .$ 125 Band, and will perform at the PILLSBURY OR BALLARD BISCUITS i ar z. HI 4 fiR 35t

Over too>Cars To Choose From Variety ShowThe Prudential Auditorium April 27
with other students from various -
Johnson Branch, YMCA county Junior high schools. 1 111116611111111111DETERGENT

R. S. EVANS will present Us sixth annual Three students won first

Boys Night Variety Show March chair placements were: Richie .
31 at 8 p.m., at the Little Reddick, bass horn; Angeletta
Theatre, Civic Auditorium.The Bullard clarinet and Gwenetta
3rd & MAINEL theme Is, "Boys Night Mcintyre, flute. "
Goes Co-Ed. for the first Second placements were
time, girls have been Invitedto earned by Linda Wltsell flute;

participate on the program. Pamela Williams bass clarinet ,
One of the major highlights ; Curtis Davis, baritone
Your'professonal beautician will be the crowning of "Miss. horn.

kl)ows the answer. YMCA" for 1967-68. Nine Dun The other students are t Gary
County Schools will be represented Griffin, Timothy Waters trombones ,
in the contest ; Calvin Wltcbellpercus- LIMIT 1 lIT $5.00 01 MORE ORIE8 3 8c

Special talent groups will come sion; Karrell Johnson, cornet IT 'IJX .
Can your hair be damagedfrom Pine Forest Rebus E. Payne and Deborah Robinson,clarinet

R. V. Daniels. blah Blocker The Darnell-Cookman Band t

brushing alone? A.L. Lewis R. L. Brown, C. will give its annual concert
G. Woodson, Mary McLeod Be- April 24 in the Jacksonville
thune S.P. Livingston West Civic Auditorium under the

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I'J Clinton Ohio, shown here will be presented

sensational blind pianist. N.G.StaggerRoil Pastor
said there will be no charge for admission
for the coming session erf the
of the church which is located at 825
General
Baptist State Convention -
of Florida along with
the Her. J.W. Toomer, Pastor
of the Shiloh Baptist Church
S. L. Badger
Roily Rey. Orlando, together with many
others has succeeded In getting
Is Speaker ForMen's the services of Professor K.
Clifford Davis, formerly of
Con Day bent Chicago, DUBois, now of Jack
speaker sonvllle, Florida, to train and
Saturday Rev. S.L. Badger, pastor of conduct a 500 voice choir that
I Emanuel Baptist Church, will will sing at the city auditorium
Day Ad- be the speaker April 16, at Orlando, Florida,Tuesday night
begin Sat- 3:30 p.m., for the Men's Day April 4.
9:30 o'clock celebration in Central CME: The convention will open properly -
2760 Church. Wednesday morning April
; The Rv., Mr. Badger attended 5, 1987 at the Jolt.Zloo Missionary .
; associate) Edward Waters College and Institutional Baptist Church
Mtadrtlt. Florida Memorial College in of which the Rev. N.C.Staggers-
.. Augustine, and has pastored is Host Pastor.
some of the leading Baptist Professor Davis Is known all
Churches In the state. He has over the enUre United States
also served as chairman of the
t and has traveled all over this
Board of Education of the Baptist country training singers and
State Convention of Florida'
conducting choirs. He is a song
and is the first vice presidentof writer and has set music to
the Union St. James Baptist hundreds of Gospel songs He
Association of this district. Is, also one of the Chief conductors -
of the one thousand
Mrs E. M. Hamilton voice choir for our Great
I National Baptist Convention,
'nc. He Is also General Director
Slated For Recital of the music for the Baptist
Convention of Florida.
The Blanche R. Coleman
Friendly,Club of Mt. Zion AME BODIES FOR SCIENCE
Church will sponsor Mrs.
Istelle Matthews Hamilton in ,Medical and, dental ichooli
recital April 23; at 7:30 p.m.;' require approximately 7.400
hi the church auditorium.Mrs. bodies yearly for instruction
Hamilton has served as the Catholic Digest states. But
1-- School. n. .... pest soloist for clubs and other only 600 are received each year
son topic for the day Is "THE organisations throughout the through bequests; in all, medl.
I RECEPTION OF JESUS." city. cal schools are able to obtain
Morning worship begins atU Mrs. Agnes Reeves, president (from unclaimed bodies and
o'clock. Elder Samuel Thomas has extended an invitation to other sources) fewer than 3,000of
o'clock. Elder W. S. Bandfleld the public to attend. the needed 7,400 bodies.
will deliver the Dorcas Rally
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J; I sermon.Dorcas workshop will be conducted I rf ".
by Elder Samuel Thomas
at s p.m. I
Teachers meeting Friday night
at 7 p.m. All teachers are requested Take Up Notes
to be present.
Sunday night evangelistic set- Can Be Arranged
vices will be delivered by ElderR.
1 B. Halrstoo, 7.30: p.m.
r d Prayer meeting Wednesday By Calling EL 6-4352
1
ay bight at 7:30.
; The public Is invited to attend
v? ill the services.The 61 Pont. 2Dr., HT, Bony*.........itse. ... la.oowk
i w ..Y ,, 4 n t Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist 57 Cadi., fully equip.**.***.........etMe4aa.. le.oowk
r Church will be the host 63 Corvalr, stick, nice*...eeeeegee/Mea4w.e. $8.00wi
to delegates from Live Oak, 59 Pont. 4Dr.t HT, extra clean***.********** $ S.OOwk
4r,1. n wM jL a y tip b tI'q Florida to Dixie, Georgia Sat- 56 Chrysler, one owner $ 8.00wk.
urday morning at U o'clock in 61 T-Bird, like new************************* JlO.OOwk.
the Ephesus Academy auditor- 58 Ply, 2Dr., HT, nice***********.***.******* $5.00wk
9 ium 2760 Edgewood Avenue for 57 Merc., conv., extra clean***.************ J8.00wk.
r the Dorcas Society Rally. \ 63 Stud. Blk, like new******.***.************ J6.00wk,
Elder W. S. Banfleld- the Conference S3 Falcon, Wht., fully equip***************** $9.oOwt
president, and alder;
Samuel Thomas, Conference 1935 N. MalariATuime
Secretary of the Sabbath Scnool,
Home Missionary Society and
Dorcas Welfare Society Departments -
Ace R 't r' a win speak and officiate.
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PACE S STIR PAPERS ...SATllln APRIL 1. IHJ

Students Wia Congressman Bennell t! Schllr I lsl Whair0CROLARSBIP

Bill eeelneate dgW College Roundup
1IIS'.lltCOLt1MBIASC Offers Election Pgttt

: A boycott WASHINGTON, D.C. OjB MOREHOUSE COLLEGE
of classes and planned march Rep. Charles E. Bennett ot
on tilt State Capitol by South Florida Introduced last week Morehouse College Senior James A. Reed Jr., was co-
CaoUna State College students % constitutional amendment to recipient of the 1967 Undergraduate Research Award of t the
vu called cat Thursday March provide for the direct election Georgia Psychological Association presented at the annual
16, when three campus leaders of the President and the Vice meeting of the GPA February 10-D at Stone Mountlan.
wen reinstated pending court President. The prize was awarded to the undergraduate psychology major
hearing on a show cause order. Bennett who has introduced<< who presented the best original research piper at the meeting
.. The court action, filed by the and pushed for reform legislation Mr. Reeds paper was entitled "The Effect of Varying
legal matt of the NAACP to In the election of Stimulus Figures on Children's Verbal' Output 10 Storr-TeU1nc."
V-'. District Court, charged President and Vice President Mr. Reed is a member of the Morehouse Glee Club and liver
that tile three students were for almost 10 years, said his. t In Jacksonville, Florida
suspended without a proper amendment follows the guidelines
nearing and vere denied the prescribed by the American ** *

due process of law In violation Bar Association, in its BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLLEGEA
of the Foutheeth Amendment proposal earlier this year,callIng t tea gM 4P
to the V-'. Constitution. for direct election of e..1 f Ii r ra riiIIII rt record $1,800,000 budget $41 .40S more than the currentone
The three, Joseph Hammond, President and Vice President. was approved this wet by the trustees of Bethune-Cookman
president of the NAACP State "The amendment I have College meeting annual session. The trustees also elected
Youth Conference; Benjamin drafted is clear and precise Bishop James W. Henlye. their chairman and authorized. a $5
Bryant Jr., and John Stromans, hand has been informally million capital funds campaign
both active NAACP members, checked by American Bar Association v V + Bishop Henley, Lakeland is Resident Bishop ot the Florida
were suspended for engaging representatives, who Conference Southeastern Jurisdiction,ot the Methodist Church.
In campus protests against have suggest a direct election He has been serving as the B-CC trusteea'first vice chairman,
"limitations of academic freedom of the President and Vice President ,and replaces Bishop M. LaFayette Harris.
and the quality of education abolishing tile present New trustees elected include J. Saxton Lloyd, president of
they were receiving." electoral college method," Lloyd Bulck-Cadlllac, Daytona Beach; and Jacob F. Bays W,
Their suspensions triggered Bennett said. i president of Independent Life and Accident Insurance Co.,Jack-
further protests by the 1500 "This amendment representsthe sonville. Their terms will expire in 1970.
member a student body and greatest forward thrust for
lit r led to a boycott of classes femocracy since the days of out
whqch reportedly proved to be Bounding fathers. Their plan
90 per cent effective. which unnecessarily compromised THANK YOU
The\ collegd discipline committee this democratic Ideal], .
d five faculty never worked from the very I /
consisting ....
members prior to Intervention beginning, and has now become WINNER-Michael Wunaas of New Orleans meat vcnourstip program. Hlchaei.j motner, airs t Catvm- .for your vote of
by NAACP lawyers bad a thing for special Intereststo (right) is congratulated by Jack S. Weobk, Woolworth store L. Williams department head ot toys In the Woolworth storeon confidence In reelecting -
The time Is for
exploit. ripe
,
given the suspended studentt manager, for winning four-year college scholarship sponsored Canal Street, was on hand for the occasion. Michael plans
this me
two hours notice to leave the greatly needed change. by the variety store chain thronch the National Achieve to major In mathematics, specializing in computer pro ,
campus. The Dean of Students "At the Constitutional Convention gramming. Democratic Legis-
and informed them that James Madison and lator District
they were "Indefinitely suspended Benjamin Franklin were early Negro Student Wins Urge UstM TALLAHASSEE: Dr.; IsraelE. Open Housinq I' 24. To eachof'r
," effective Feb24,1967. proponents ot the direct Glover, professor and head
The 1967 show election. The direct election of the Florida AIM University the thousands ot
May L cause Achievment Award The ..
NEW YORK- 55,000 PROVIDENCE, It. -Strong
plan certainly Is the best method
bearing la US. District Court member Youth and College, Department ot Mathematics resolutions on education and dedicated men and
will seek to set for one man-one vote participation has received a grant of who labored'' "
permanently ,
Michael Williams New Orleans Division ot the NAACP has housing, a march to the State women
In and since ,
government
aside the suspensions and r $8,515 from the National Science oenalf;
the draft be addressby of
each vote would count equally, high school senior, has proposed that of Capitol and a stirring in my
permanent injunction prohibiting Foundation for support a
It would encourage more people been named recipient of four- eliminated and replaced by a Mississippi NAACP Field candidacy I offer my w
future bearing from being voluntary armed force and I Secondary Science Training Director Charles Evers, '
to vote-tbe cornerstone ot our year college scholarship sponsored heartfelt gratitude -
.conducted under the of Program.
aegis
the representative democracy."My by the F.W. WoolworthCo. voluntary service to "fight ...... sparked Region IFs conference To all the
college. the National poverty and discrimination athome.1' here, March 11.
amendment through
proposed
NAACP general counsel TALLAHASSEE.William citizens of Duval
Including
((
More than 400 delegates
would require a Joint vote for Achievement Scholarship pro
Robert Carter assistant L. Peters associate professorin
L.
The YouthllldCoUegeDlisloowhlcb approximately 150 county, I pledge a
the election
of President and gram.
counsel Lewis M. Steel, and Is the largest youth arm the Florida AIM University youth) from the six New England
continued strong
NAACP Vice President who would have K.E. Peters, director of personnel School ot Agriculture and
South
Matthew attorney to receive a plurality of at In the company's South- In the civil rights movementsaid Home Economics has receiveda states of Maine New voice in the Houseof
J. Perry representedthe
that because of "inherent Hampshire Vermont, Miss-
,
least 40 percent of the votes central regional office said
students,who had threatened $1,000 grant from the Carnegie Representatives
ot the Island and
injustices" present acbusetts Rhode
,
cast in that "Mr. Williams' excellent
to lead a march to the State be an election, the day to academic record and his out selective service system the grant funds for asslstanci Connecticut; as well as New My legislative vote _
prescribed by Congress.
Capitol to present their" standing extracurricular accomplishments draft should be eliminated.The in a research project, "A Revision York, New Jersey, Delware and belongs to you ana
grevlences to the Governor. made at a ot the Generic Classification in
proposal was Pennsylvania participated
The youngster looked puzzled are convincing of the Leptophlebildae I will use your vote
FIGHT then asked "You evidence ot his ability topursue Feb 26 news conference following leadership and training workshops -
mean (Ephemeroptera: ). Judiciously.,
conference mayflies the National
I'm going to be that skinny?" successfully a college career a three-day .... ) spnsored by
ot 17 representatives Association for the Advance-
CANCER here regional
Catholic Digest-March. in his chosen field and bring TALLAHASSEE-The School
of the organization's National ment of Colored People.Sen. .
credit to himself and to the ,
d at Florida AM
Woolworth Scholarship" Youth Work Committee."We Pharmacy Eleanor F. Slater advised -
feel that it Is possibleo University has received an additional delegates from states
VETERANSTHE Mr. Williams is a student under the Health .d.If
at St. Augustine High School. develo a system of volun- $3,000 scholarships without fair housing legislation
Act for
Professions -
His Mrs. Calvin L. ary national service and a to seek advice from states which
mother
School of Pharmacy. -
in the
voluntary armed force that have been successful passing
is head
Williams department
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC. of Toys In a Woolworth store would meet the needs of our fair housing laws.
Nation both on the battlefronts Paid Political Adv
on Canal Street. ...- ..prto.
The Achievement Award win- if poverty and Inrrlmln&tknit

I ,Of ,630. DAVIS ST.,, ,Is ,Now Taking ner plans;' keeping to major his in eyes mathematlcs bfi-*' :unitary home activity and In ,any. theproposalrtated. necessary' .

computer programming as s :
The committee also extendedthe
career. Besides ranking verj
Applications For Its high in his class, he has been band of welcome to all
active in the school's Speechand youth committed to the civil
Debate Clubs since 1963 rights cause regardless of their
and the Drama Club since 1965. color, race, religion or national -
Veteran
: Class. He woo a trophy for being the origin. 5U1'ER M'I RKET3
most outstanding actor in the "Tbe NAACP Youth and College
State Drama Festival In 1966. Division," the committee

, The Size Of Our Classes Mr.one Peters ot 33 U.s.said Corporations Woolworthis make statement It as said clear, "wishes as possiblethat to tfESE PRICES R60D THROUGH SUNDAY AT ECSEWOOD AYE

sponsoring achievement scholarshios we are an organization oJ
,: for outstanding Negro many people and many kinds
1. of people. We are proud to say .
Is Limited By Law. ,students Each scholarship, he hat our membership, although
,said, is accompanied by a overwhelmingly Negro Is
!1\\ "cost of education" grant to highly integrated on all levels U. S. GOOD
the college selected by the win- "
of participation.
" Enroll Now To Be Sure Of ner. Mark Rosenman, director of ,
The acheivement scholarshipIs the Youth and College Division, ; CHUCK ROAST 49
part ot the company's over- said that "any change in the I
: all aid-to-education program.Woolworth.s present draft system should
\ I Place. also has been Include meaningful integrationof
' '" participating in the National
local draft boards, appeals
Mertl Scholarship awards an
\ boards and clerical per
CALL 355-9874 nually. Negro students across ."
the nation have been among Michael Mitchell of Baltimore TENDER SLICED
winners of these awards Mr. Md. chairman ot the
,

t, 1ft scholarship Peters said. In programs addition,to the the ,the special selective committee service reviewing system, BEEF LIVER LB.35C
annual
company has been an land Isaac Williams,of Charles-
t 1 contributor to the United Negro ton Heights, S.C., president of
College Fund for 22 years. .the Youth Work Committee,
"All ot these programs, "be said '
added, form a positive approach "We cannot accept present
to the problem of making practice of granting deferments
DIXIE CRYSTAL
available to
advanced education the 'edu
to college students,
students who can't otherwise national elite and the 'well- 0
afford It, and also of lending to-do' at the expense ot those, LB. BAG
financial assistance to the private particularly Negroes, who are SUGAR 15
undergraduate colleges economically and educationally LIMIT 115 1 LB. BAG VITH JIO.CO ORDER
whose very existence is disadvantaged by circum .
threatened by soaring oper-> stances beyond their control"
tlonal costs." The youth leaders also said ...

they would vigorously oppose
:ARMY any draft reforms which fcT U. S.N0.1
to eliminate "lacial In
RESERVE equities." '

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Leadership Confab Among The Stars Postmaster WORLD I CIVIL RIGHTS


LITTLE ROCK, ARK<-More WITH LEE IVORY -. ROUNDUPCIVIL

than from 150 a five-state civil rights area convened leaders NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL : ; : \. : t j; NEWSPRETORIA
/
here, March 17-18, to participate The Integrated music duo out of Chicago-George and Norma U ..., '! '.
television show over e; .. "I -(NPI) Two RIGHTS ROUNDUPBY
In the annula Leadership -hate finally been tapped for a regular -hi i't
and Training Conference sponsored an educational station, WTTWTV.This ; ,, II"... : g"j, moves were announced by the NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
by the National Association is the pair who have worked area elementary and high \ I ftpartheldmlnded South African
for the Advancement schools with their unique Operation H.E.P. (Higher Education fl. : government last week which SPIRITED
pf Colored Peq>Ie. Pays '\ observers feel are South West WASHINGTON(NPI)-The UJS. Supreme Court has bee
Mal Goode, the first Negro The formal Is totally Informal with attention-capturing \ t'- \ "I, ] ," .Ii i I .. I African territory. One was the told that Sen James 0. Eastland directed a secret: midnight,'
t.
,newsman In network television tunes sung and played by George Rembert, a former Ink offer of self-government to operation that spirited a civil rights organization's records
and presently a United Nations Spot, and a career guidance question-and-answer period I ,-iN h.c 'j Ovamboland in Northern section out of Louisiana. They reportedly were taken into the senator
Nlssenson associate In 1J. South West Africa, the Mississippi. The records belonged to the--
correspondent (ABC-TV), ad- conducted by Norma an professor iil : home state of
.% nonlsned the delegates to the graduate division of Roosevelt University. t '. ;: :/ :; largest and most populous area Southern Conference Educational Fund, now based la Louisville
"help eliminate poverty and George and Norma also appeared on Easter Sunday, on I" '" _;}: >: ; \1)) I, of the mandated region.The Ky. SCEF, which Is suing Eastland for$250,000, charged
ABC-network affiliate in \ '< ; ; other proposed an elected representative from its former offices In New Orleans
want wherever it exists In the Channel 7, the Chicago. ; ,' $, ; the records were taken
1 'i ;t'i\ ': council for colored
; /1't' In 1963.
World. In raids by state and city police
/ '
In ee-s I (mixed race) to be established
his keynote address, Mr. ) ">::1 '
; 7 t I II within the next two years as a
Gpode, a vice chairman of the \ DEFENDED
NAACPs We Membership The "Jail Festival" In Cleveland at Lads Casino was a I,I ., ", 1''<' \ new phase toward self-deter CHICACXMNPO-Clvll disobedience has been defended by
limn' "IW'y\'i\\ )}
)
'''''J'rw;; ,.
'Commute, told the delegates real blast, according to my spies there CanonballMierleyWest ;, \'( .1. "".""' ,w.) 'stt/1,/: ":"" 'iI" mination. The Ovamboland Is Albert A. Raby, convenor, Coordinating Council of Community
'representing. Louisiana, Oklahoma (who looks like me) Montgomery, and the Young-Bolt ,' 1\' : :,;r d r peopled by 240,000 Ovambos, Organizations, who, along with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
Texas, New Mexico and Trio gave their all for Leo, Jules, and the packed houses to j against 74,000 whites leads the Chicago Freedom Movement. Raby, facing one-
..Arkansas: the challenge to'change which they played. year Jail term for In Loop sit-down \
the climate of America Said my personal spy: "I wonder why Red Holt and Eldee THREE WAY SPLIT stration, declared, "Breagkinpart law is necessary to provide
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Is yours and mine. Once young didn't leave Ramsey Lewis years ago! They have more ,.1\ SAN JUANNPI))-Athree- minority groups with a forum toexpresstbelr grievance
you guarantee freedom and fun playing their brand of music than anyone else In show way slplit in the July 23 referendum -
equality to the least minority business! to decide the political VICTIMS
'in' thereby future of Puerto Rico Is in ue lour times u likely u
WASHINGTON NPI)
your community, you ( -Negroes
.........
the offering and because of this
assure freedom and equality whites to become victims of rape or robbery, a report of the
*for everyone." the voting Is being viewed as not President's Crime commission revealed. People making less

h Bob Hill, a former NAACP Maxine Brown, my darling, came to Chicago this week Dr. Elsie M. Lewis chats with Postmaster General Lawrence conclusive evidence of what the than $3,000 a year stand five times as great a chance of being
"National Youth Work Committee for a round of parties, press conference, television appear- F. O'Brien following her appointment to the Post Office Depart Islanders want. Currently, Islanders robbed as those earning more than $10,000, according to the
Chairman, declared: "If s a big sores and more parties. In between the parties and stuff, ment's Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee. This committee are split almost equallj report, which maintained that crime flourishes in radon
:"job: being a Negro. And what we she will maybe find time to make a few seta at the Plugged of eleven combines knowledge of history art, printing and between statehood,complete Independence neighborhoods regardless cI who lives in them.
really want is more of that Nickel, where she Is contracted to work. philately la making recommendations on the design and subjectmatter and the retention Sir
"intaglble stuff called Justice. Only, of course, If they don't Interfere with the parties! of Dew postage stamps. Doctor Lewis is acting head, of the status quo. BANNED

''The' plans of yesterday are of ......... of the history department of Howard University, Washington, BILLBOARD BIAS MINEOLA, LJ., N.Y.-(NPI- aclal discrimination in tight
no use to us today.", D.C. Doctor Lewis received her bachelor of arts degree from Long Island volunteer fir companies has been banned, for the
MURUURA Zamb1aNPIA
Workshop sessions Included'discussions fisk'University, Nashville, Term., her masters degree from )- first time, by contracts between the Town of North Hempstead
on developing programs Leave It to the Temptations I At their last official party In the University of Southern California and her doctorate from committee established by the and the companies. A report by the Nassau County Commission
1 to meet community Chicago, they managed to get E. Rodney Jones to present the University of Chicago She Is the only woman on the com city government to promote on Human Rights charged that the departments' admlsstoa
needs, federal programs, equal them with a trophy taller than "all five of them put together." mittee. race relations has found the procedures create racial tension. Only two of the county's
employment opportunity, and It was Just a "Good (iuy" kind of trophy and really has no first target for itnorb-bill. 10,000 volunteer firemen are Negroes, the report found
'political action techniques. significance-unless you are a Temptation! or an E. Rodney boards which bear "no work"
Jones. Police Brutality Negro Is Witness signs. According to the committee AT LAST??
These guys have been good to each other. the signboards and any JACKSON, Miss-(NPI) The slaying of'four civil rights
;Kaplan Says Apathy Lit Lands has signed with One-Der-Ful Records..and we Condemned By NAACPNEW la John F. Kennedy other devices used to discourage leaders will be avenged, after all, if the Justice Department
are sitting on the fence wondering Just what la heaven's work seekers are"dis gets it way. The department sought to have a federal grand
'Is More Dangerous name they think they're going to do with her. TORKv The NAACP Is criminatory to racial groups"and Jury bring In new indictments In two rights murder cues-
Liz, the Yma Sumac of the bubble gum set, has a voice expressing its serious concern' Assissinatien Case should be replaced. the killing of three rights workers, Michael Scbwerner and
Joan Ko Klux Manner that defies verbal desription, and more than one record about a continuing pattern of Andrew Goodman, both of New York, and James Chaney.i
company has lost Its corporate mind trying to figure out discrimination In law enforce NEW ORLEANS-(NPI)- No HOUSING FOR ALL Meridian, Miss., near Philadelphia, Miss., In 1964; and the
SARASOTA, FLAv-"Tbe man "what should be done with her" ment In Oisinlng, New York. Negro has been Implicated on MONTREA.I.NPIEzpt fire-bombing death of Vernor Dahmer,Hattlesburg(Miss)voter
who is complacent about the If the Leaner-controlled company allows hubby Tommy In a letter to Gov. NelsonA. the wrong side of the fence in '67 Montreal's world exhibition, registration leader, in 1966.
civil rights movement Is more Brown to produce Miss Lands' sessions, the results may Rockefeller NAACP general the famous Kennedy assassination which gets underway April 28,
.guilty and more dangerous than be gratifying to all concerned. Anyone else turned loose counsel Robert L.Carter states case. However, last week, will not be hampered by discrimination SURPRISE!!
etbe Ku Klux Wanner," according in the studio with the slender ultra-soprano-voiced demon, that "situations involving disorderly the bringing of VernonBundy In housing accommodations. NEW ORLEANS-(NPI)-Well, look who's boosting George
to a leader of the NAAC$. may cause the downfall of the company. groups of white teenagers to testify that be saw Clay According to Premier Wallace for President! None other than the Ku Klux nan's
Klvle Kaplan, NAACP national Wonder what Undo of press releases PR-gal Anne DuConge axe handled by admonishing ,Shaw and Harvey Oswald to- Daniel Johnson Quebec, front men, the Citizen Councils. According to a council
president, said "It Is easy to will write to announce the new nactee-4f anyl! the people> Involved. ghether In New Orleans on the Negro visitors will not be leader, the segregationists' membership has shot up since
efight the Ku Klux Planner who Similar Incidents involving Negro lake front and saw money victims of housing bias-despite Wallace, Alabama's former indicated his Interest
.comes out in the open, but It Named To Capitol Police Force teenagers have been marked passed, happens to prove that the fact that the province's In running for President. Council governor heads, however, are said
f is impossible to fight the comaplacent by police brutality, tear gas, whatever In the U.S.A, anti-bias laws are considered to be upset by Wallace' failure to announce his candidacy
man because It Is Impossible racial epithets, and arrests. there's always a "colored Inadequate. Johnson said, formally.
to teU where be This differential treatment on gentleman in the woodpile." "there might be a loophole
--atands." ," \ the basis of race has been occurring : Bundy, who openly admits being somewhere, but there L%we'll REVISED

In his address here at a re- consistently along a drug addict and who lives plug It." PHILADELPHIA- to Scent of the Sarasota '... \' of In fashionable residential center
: meeting period me. Is destined to have a Negro councilman under the revised
chapter of the NAACP, Mr. .. .,.r. Mr. Carter urgedthe Governorto Pontchartrala Park, says ENCYCLOPEDIA AFRICANA boundary lines which gives it a 150,000-50.000 Negro ma-
I Kaplan declared that"You can'tbargain direct the Attorney Generalto he saw Shaw and Oswald seatedon ACCRA-(NPl)-Work on the jority. At least five Negro hopefuls are said to seek the
with freedom. Right Inquire into matters concerning the beach one morning and massive 10-volume Encylopedia GOP nomination the post in the May 16 primary.
now, in every state In the union ':;; .1 the public safety and picked up a piece of paper one African originated and initially
NAACP members are working : : public Justice of them dropped.This paper bad carried out by the late Dr.W.E.
to obtain freedom." "' .,.". By doing so, Mr. Carter said.1 something one relating to Cuba. B. DuBols, with the presidential
He told the audience that "we "' the Governor will help"In Shaw has been ordered by the blessing of Kwame Nkrumahls
nave s moral, religious and remedying the.ituaUOIIandwW.demOliStnte three-Judge panel to stand trial. still being pursued, despite
legal responsibility to our disadvantaged ..' that a pattern of for plotting to assassinate the Nkurnmab's ouster and exile. EXTRA MILD! IT'S IMPORTED!
brothers and sis- '" .,'..,.., .v public Injustice is occurring." late President Kennedy.The Adler Dr. DuBols' passing, the
N.>oe of us are free unlest ,, ..... 29-year-old clother Job of compiling the encyclopedia TheGentle
;J1 of is are free" presser says he started using was successively In the
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Mr. Kaplan urged "all of those ." ..., Urges Support t For doe when he was 13 years of hands of Cr. W. Alphaeus Scotch HIGHLAND I
'who believe In freedom to Join .. age and still In high school. He Rube, Miss Silrley Grahnv
the NAACP..Most of the civil ... Model Cities Program said be was on his way to "geta DuBols wife-and now, Prof.
.irlghts victories In the last 15 .. fix" when be saw the pair.
years are due to the dedicated \i WASHINGTON, D. C.-Dr. tl1 MISTBlended
Martin Luther at the
;work of the NAACP." King
climaz of a mammoth rally
Mr. Kaplan said that this year
4 the NAACP, the nation's oldest here Sunday asked Congress WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou
and largest civil right organization and the people to support the
model cities well
program as
would concentrate on
u the civil rights proposals
getting fair housing legislation
In of President Johnson which are Seek The Best Doctor,
passed legislation CongressandFederal to punish hate- I I Senator Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) congratulates his appointee now before (be Congress. When Your Doctor Prescribes. SCOTCH WHISKY!
mongers who Inflict violenceon I Walter White of 5641 Lansdowne Ave., Phila Dr. King said: "I believe the Get Experienced Pharmacists I
civil rights workers In the dolphin to the U.s. Capitol Police Force. White is a Model Cities Program Is step According To Your Doctor's e 100% Scotch wriskiesMzs'
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I To Miami For Convens April 11

MIAMI BEACH, FLA. -4?< no fooling that April Is OM At Galilee
of the fittest months of the year for a subtropical sprint Cancer Seminar Baptist

holiday blending winter f1 summer fun in Miami Beac4With Members of the medical pro- Among the events scheduledIs
hotel rates 23 to 35 one of the best times of the fession throughout Florida and the meeting of the
per cent lower now, the budget year for fishing Is the April- In adjoinglng states are being Pallbearers Lodge 113 on April
can be stretched to include June period. Invited to attend the 13th annual 11, with the Grand Lodge convening -
more days and nights, Fishing boats and guides, u Southeastern States Cancer Galilee Baptist Church
more leisure and more things wen u U-drtvt boats and sailIng Seminar which will be held the 1305 Elmore Street, South.
to see and do. And it'. en- craft, may be engaged at weekend of April 28 ,and 29 Deacon Board meeting will
tirely proatable that a check docks along the bayfront. In Miami Beach. be held April Sat. p.m., at
on vacation package plant Visitors renting outboards and 'The Cancer Seminar cochairman Shady Grove Baptist Church.
through travel agent mighi sailboats should stay within the Dr. Victor D. Dembrow, Rev. R. J. Gainous pastor.
save additional money for additional protected waters of toe bay, Miami, and Dr. James E. Ful- The S. Improvement Leagqe
time here.Thoroughbred where there are miles d ghum, Jacksonville, said that will meet In the annex, April 3
racing harness cruising and fishing waters. the theme of this year's conference at S p.m. Eugene Mills 1s
racing and Jal alai as well u Skin diving caa be a vacation would be: "The Valueof president.
top night club shows, eon itself along the living coral Early Diagnosis of Cancer." Prayer meeting at Shady
cert and theater-winter at- reefsjust to the south. Boats There are five nationally pro- Grove will be held Tuesday at
trtctlons til-remain on the specializing in taking out minent physicians scheduled to 0 p.m. Wednesday at a p.m.,
April calendar. Culfstream diving parties and scuba gear give reports on latest findingsand : Choir 1 will meet for rehear sal.
Part continues thoroughbred can be obtained through sports studies on the disease. rT: Conference will be held Thursday -
meeting through the 24th, Tropical shops dealing in diving equip The reports and discussions i'' L1-1 at 8 p.m.
presents standard breds ment. For those who preferto will be given by: Dr. Leopold h1 The Calatheans will sponsor
through the 22nd and Jal alai sightsee underwater though Koss, Chief of Cytology Ser a program, April 10th. Elder
Is featured at Miami fronton glass-bottom boats, these too vice, Memorial Hospital foi ; a Joseph Camps will be charge.
through May 1. make regular trips to the Cancer and Allied Diseases, Mrs. Ruth lunacy Is worthy
Greyhound racing moves to marine gardens. New York 'Some New Know- counsellor. The City-Wide Missionary
the Miami Beach Kennel Club More usual sightseeing Is done ledge About the Early Stages Board will meet April
May 5 for the summer, cur- by bus and boat on regular of Human Carcinogenesis." 10 at the home of the President -
rently may be seen on the schedules from the city. Or, Dr. Cushman D. Haagensen, Mrs. E. Bell. The We-
mainland across Biscayne Bay for those who drive or rent Emeritus Professor of Clinical t Do-Our-Part Club will sponsor
at the West Flagler track. an automobile after arrival, It Surgery, College of Physicians a cup rally, April 19, with the
Weatberwise, days and waters Is easy. Most of the major attractions and Surgeons, Columbia message delivered by Rev. R.
ire warm enough now even for may be reached in a University, New York, will J. Gainous. t
the natives to swim, certainly half-hour or so by automobile. speak on, "The Problem of Y Education
will have no chills for northern Right in town the Miami Beach Operability In Cancer." Continuing
residents. Sailing skin diving Garden Center and the city- "Some Practical Points on the
and skiing can be added, with operated Bass Museum of Art Treatment of Cancers and Classes At MDJCN ,
fishing of course, for variety are recommended. Polyps of the Rectum and ....-- 7 11hm11n J Spring Term Continuing Education -
aquatic pastimes. Registration Open Colon" will be the topic of Dr. CIR'1U1ID-IIemben of the Morsts Aide tralamf elac vto and Mrs Dorothy rattan Saflng....Mrs. Dla MM Basderk, classes at Mlaml-Dade
Because Miami Beach Is on Rupert B. TurnbaU, Jr. He graduated from the Nurses Aide Division of the Cashier Miss Mary Gainer, Mrs. Dozell Matt Mrs Nancy PRouke, Junior College North begin the
the oceanfront center of all For Adult EducationThe Is Head of the Department of Training Institute of Miami are shown here with their certificates instructor; Mrs. Henrietta Hlebel, Mrs. Maggie Woods and week of April 3.Registrations .
activities In a metropolitan area Colon and Rectum, Cleveland presented by Director J. Bourque. Seated from left Miss Christine Hogan are now accepted -
of a million population, it Is ,Miami Senior High Adult Clinic Foundation, Cleveland.Dr. are Mrs. Lois Kemp, Miss Beda Cuerra, Miss Connie Allen at Scott Hall for the10week
easy for the visitor to see Education Center, 2450 S.W. Emerson Day, Directorof MIAMIBEACHSHORTSsouthward non-credit courses.
everything. Tropical Park Is a First St. will hold advance the Strang Clinic, New York, Heads NAACP Drive For most the fee
few miles west by expressway, MIAMI BEACH Armadillos to Miami Beach, are escaped from a sOO In the cen- courses,
Culfstream equally close on the registration from now until will speak on "Periodic Cancer Dr. George A. Simpson, the odd, armo-plated wtoften ; believed to have been IntroducedInto tral part of the state. There Is $10. For Information, phoM
north side. Gp.lf, tennis and the April 28, 1967 1, for classes to Lives Examinations Are Worth the-Effort.90,000" NAACP Miami branch president seen by motorists driving Florida about 1922. A pair now are thousands of them. 685-4521. t
begin on May 1961.
night clubs are blocks,not miles of announced that plans are
and Results
is from at the all door lodgings.,of many Swimming hotels. The registration In Room 171 office, and is it located is- Early"Management Cancer of the Oral Cavity underway membership for a drive massive in the NAACP city LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO IUY A CAR? SEE DESIRE AT BILL AUSTIN
and of
open from 2:00 to 9:30 p.m.A Oropharynx and Larynx
Although for entries only two in the weeks Metropolitan remain -- free brochure, listing the subject Female of Organs"Dr. Gilbert will H.be Flet-the and In in a series surrounding of meetings continuities.with lOaD) FOR THAT GO GO LOOK OF 47 GO ALL THE WAYIIN
Miami Fishing Tourna- days and hours each class is NAACP officers and executive
cher. He Is the Director of the
ment, a little luck still can win scheduled to meet, may be ob- board members and with other
-t cttau..a-CM of the..tilned telephoning the school Department of Radiotherapy, leaders of the city, the'organization -
,44 -9341 or,,443-5226 after 2.005'!. University cl TezasM.D.. Anderson "
Ip1 lI t, AsV normally,* ." Hospital and Tumor and toMuct of th 'cam-
e 1 A -' pja., dally. Clinic Houston. palgn are being ,mapped out.
The membership commute Is
It Is Jointly sponsored by the
still seeking workers to aid
Florida Division of American zrpwy
NA NTS in the campaign and all
,, Cancer Society,the Dade County interested persons are askedto
k OayHWtst'AU O'EMARINP. SUPPL1rr (Florida) Medical Assoc. and contact the Miami branch i
the Fla. State Board of Health. office.
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SPORTS PARADE : ] -
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Raise Hopes For SIAC Victory Fancy HighwaysSays

\ TALLAHASSEE days of Althea Gibson and the excitement Patrol
BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL she created on the Tennis Courts at Florida AIM
University have long been gone, but there has been a tennis
ICEY ROLENEW Roberston of revival at FAMU, and two young tennis enthusiasts are behind TALLAHASSEE In sprint
-ClnclnnaU' Oscar (Big 0))
YOBK-NPI) it all.Leroy a young man's fancy may turn
tjflan pnH played a key role u president of the Players association Long, Junior.ina leinaUe.' major from Tampa and a to love, but according to the
la obtaining a "written agreement from UM National 1964 graduate erf H.W. Blake High School, lost only one during Florida Highway Patrol everyone's
turns to the
Basketball association for a controversial players pension plan four year I of high school competition. He was the State High fancy high-
:bat bad precipitated a strike that threatened the NBA playoff 1 School single champion In 196Z, 1963, and 1964. Rattler tennis ways The spring weather of March
games. The plan, it was explained u the strike was called off, coach Robert Mungen call Long "one of the best to pus this xlngs out the "Just out fora
provides a $600 a month pension payment for a 10-year playerat way In some time. With hard work and dedication, be could tide" motorists who swellour
the age of 65,and Includes medical and Insurance prOll'am.NOW nave a fine future In tennis" already heavy tourist traffic

Reuben Patrick, junior French major from Orlando, is a to a danger point.
ARMY OFFICER 1964 graduate of Jones High School Jones High did not have "To star alive drivers rnua
NEW YORK-(NPI})-The nation's ranking amateur tennis a tennis team, but Patrick joined the Orlando Tennis Club and stay alert" says Col. H. N.
player and Davis Cup player, Arthur Ashe of Rlchmand, Va., is won the city championship In 1963 and 1964. After winning Klrkman Director of the Depart.
now a second lieutenant in the Army and stationed at Fort Ben- ment of Public Safety, "be
six of his first seven matches at FAMU in his freshman year
jamin Harrison, Indianapolis The disclosure came as Ashe Coach Mungen offered him a scholarship. cause more traffic means more
and to New York on dangers facing each driver
leave
made arrangements to obtain fly
Long and Patrick have proved hard to beat in double matches.
mile in the -Increu-
Island Indoor tennis tourna every ever
March SI to compete In the Long
Together they carried FAMU to the finals In the 1966 SIAC stream of traffic on Florida's
ment. He will be the top seeded player in the tournament. f tournament where FAMUwuco-cttamplonswlthClarkCollege. log streets and hlgbwjLVH

PLAYER OF YEAR
ST LOUIS-(NPI>-The players against whom he mostly T
compete in the National Basketball Association have voted v y i NOW!
big Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia 76ers the league's MURDERS! ROW-Five member of the Florida AtM University ....bal11q111d WHOM
Player of the year, a poll conducted by the Sporting News dis power at the plate and speed on the basepaths have led the Rattlers to eight consecutive LOCATIONSTO
closed. Wilt w s also the top pick for the laeague'a All-Star victories. Left to right are Thomas Lomack, Tallahassee; Charleston Bargman, Miami; 4
team, while Dave Blng of the Detroit Pistons was voted the Ted Taylor, Miami; Horace Lovet, Savannah, Ga.; and Robert Jackson. Tallahassee. SERVE YOU &.

NBA Rookie of the Year.ROYAL .

0- I. C.Car Race Week Jim MaloneyIs Fort Valley Star [3118 3701 Edgewood EMERSON Ave. W.


English SEBRING-A motoring group Journlists of twenty, Red's Hope Signed' To Contract 830 CASSAT AVE.

ART STUDIO representing the cream of Great
By Dallas Cowboys 1824 WEST BEAVEB
Britlan's newspapers,are being For The Mound
brought to the SEBRING 12
HOURS u the climax of the Jim Maloney, the Cincinnati FORT VALLEY, Ga.-Larry U.S.D.A. GRADED GOOD BEEF
Going British Motor Corporation Reds fireballlng, 26-year-old Wright, 67", 220 Ib. tight end
and defensive back of the Fort
World-Wide Sales Conference.As I
rlghthand pitcher,had just com
always, many English pleted a brisk workout at Lope Valley State College "Wild.
automotive journalists and Field here in Tampa that had cats" has been drafted by the
Out Of Business
photographers, other than those the eyes blinking of the onlookers Dallas Cowboys", Dallas, STEAKSCHUCK
in the BMC party, are making who watched the young Texas.
their Annual journey to Floridafor Californian explode his fastball Larry Wright,, a senior from
PhotosAt tfe SEBRING 12 HOUR into catcher Johnny Edwards'big Fairmont High hool of Griffin,
Pick Up GRAMD PRDC OF ENDURANCE. mitt."Maloney. Georgia, has been quite outstanding

Tiio State of Florida, In the ," declared Manager for the "Wildcats" in
person of its distinguished Dave Bristol as he watched Intently football and basketball. Wrightwas
cltlien. Governor Claude Kirk, Is destined to be one of selected to the all-SIAC SIRLOIN ROUND -BONE
Same Address will honor the BMC group and the finest rlghthand pitchers team for 1966-67 ana was a
has proclaimed March 27th to la baseball unanimous choice by the sportswriters

April) 1. as INTERNATIONAL "Jim is a man with a purpose," of the Atlanta Dally
SPORTS CAR RACE WEEK. World In their selections of
Continued Bristol "He sets
Among the well know scribesin outstanding individuals for the C
high goals for himself and
the BMC party is Alan Brin- strives to make them a reality.But all-conference team. 59 Ib 79289
21st & Myrtle Ave. ton, Chairman of England'sGuild the team comes first with Coach Leon Lomax announcedthat Ib
of Motoring Writers. Jim, ahead of any personal Wright and be recently
goals. made an all-expense paid trip 95cC

SAME PHONE 354.1894 "He'll pitch In rotation andwe're to greeted Dallas by members where they of were the
counting heavily on him.
front office of the "Cowboy"
When the going gets tough, Jim
Have you looked at the Help Wanted, lately? gets tougher," Bristol em- organization and attended the a
luncheon
1 sponsored by

Equal opportunity is in business, T phalzed.Has the big rightnander(6-2( "Cowboy Booster' Club"the whereIn fea- CHUCK ROAST
Larry Wright was
214 pounds) set any goals for ture attraction.
himself in 19677"well
After the lucheon *
," smiled personable Wright appeared

Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans Maloney, "my goal in 1967 is broadcast as for a an guest Inervlew.on a TV He

really the National League
pen
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highly
I cant I had a taste of the World spoke quite .
5 Series,.when we won the 1961 Valley State College where be Be LB.CARROTS I 5c

, 'RQ.v.4i pennant into another and I Series.really want to get Is partlclars':attending about; and himself.gave! some]I ONIONS :. : .

Contract terms dls s
i "Pitching wise, I'd like, U'' were
". most any pitcher would, do win cussed with Mr. Gil Brandt U.S. No. I
/ twenty but the pennant Director Player Personnel,
: games at the headquarters office. It LETTUCE
is the most important thing," 25c toes.29c'
Jim saId. was learned that Wright signeda
contract with the
Jim was asked what he thoughthe "Cowboys"two-year and coach Lomax 2 HEADS 10 LB.

/ pitching had profited in the big most leagues by that his and he were quite pleased with WATCH THE KEN KNIGHT SHOW ON WJXT Tf'CHANNEL '4
the teams and the bene-
L many
made him a better pitcher."I .
fits that entails.Wright signedfor
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believe the most Important
y r :;\ things that help a pitcher is an undisclosed amount.
; Wright stated that he was quite
knowing the batters, experience -
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',(," ., poise and control My satisfied with the "Cowboys"
& ,
and that be Is
organization
,
fast ball is probably my best JAX COLISEUMJACKSONVILLE
for the to
opportunity
11 waiting
s C ar pitch but on days when I have
4 himself is to
Wright
prove
the good curve It really compliments -
I fast ball." report for pre-season practice
,: < 1 1I Maloney,my in 1966, IedtheReds'ptching in July, at Los Angeles, Calif. FLA.

o', staff in wins (16)) win-
;
I' i :! ning percetage among the regulars Rattler BaseballersWin Friday, March 31
: (.667 with 16 wins and
i ; 4' eight defeats), most completeearnes Eight Straight
1! 4Irria >,'ft.1 ((10)); most shutouts ((5)) TALLAHASSEE Power on 2 SHOWS 8 00 P. M- and 11:00 P. M.

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;, f 7 ill the season ((216)); and more of the FAMU baseball

strikeouts for one game during team. The Rattlers have bowled AN EVENING WITH
I Dr. Daniel Hale Williams ((1858-1931)) 1966 by a Red (U-twlce). He over four opponents racking up _.i see
was also second among the Reds eight consecutive victories .
In low ERA with 2.80. without a loss.
On June 14, 1965 Maloney hada In a sport where pltclng Is W .
no-hitter against the Mets considered to be 70 percentof 1t 1te.
i He performed the first but gave up a homer and a the game by many baseball
single in the leventh to lose, experts, a college coach Is
; f successful heart 1-0 in eleven innings. lucky to find one or two player a
operation. On August 19, 1965, in the who can hit over the magic
.- first game of a doubleheaderat 300 mark. FAMU Coaches Costa .;

On a cold, windy night in 1893, a gether enough money for an education, Chicago, Jim pitched a ten- Kitties and A.H; Figaro have F.
Inning nn hitter winning, 1-0 such The entire .
man was rushed to Chicago' Provident Dan put himself through a local academy. no problems.
Hospital with a knife wound a fraction team is batting an amazing .321
I ., 'of an inch from his heart. From Wisconsin he went to Chicago, Weather Girl Slated in the first eight games. '
I' On duty was the hospital's young and with the help of a prominent family, The Rattlers have blasted 87
Races
For Sebring hits In 269 times at bat
founder, Dr. Dan Williams Instead of Dan Williams entered Northwestern ,scorlnr,
I administering the usual sedatives andprayers Medical School. He graduated in 1883 SEBRING-Karol Kelly, who 70 runs In the process for an
;. Dr. Williams summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's currently reigns as Miss Dixie average of 8.7 runs per game
: his colleagues to help him make history. Southside. U.S.A., and as Miss Florida Their opponents! have scored _
!'o It was a long shot. X-rays, sulphur.. In 1891, Williams founded the Provi International Beauty, will serve only 23 runs for a %.8 average .
drugs,blood transfusion-tOday surgical dent Hospital, the first infirmary open as the 1967 Sebring 12 Hour Most of the Rattlers' batting
centered around five
necessities-were little known medical to all patients and physicians, regardlessof Race Queen power Is :
tools at the time. Yet, with great ,skill race or creed. A native of Wheeling, West players so far this season.'
Dr. Williams performed the impossible: From ChlcagoWilliams was called to Virginia, the 22 year old,green- Leading the group is Ted Miami.Taylor F
the first successful heart operation. And Washington to reorganize and head the eyed, blonde has acquired an ,. a li senior from the Rattlersin
the patient lived. Freedmen's unprecedented double dozen Taylor leading
Hospital, then operated by hits ( ) batted in (QO)
05) runs ,
Had it been other hospital the beauty titles that
any or any Federal government. He organized including of (91'
stolen bases ( ) and
other the have died Miss Universe Miss batting
surgeon, man might Freedmen'i into departments, collecteda Florida
((469). Robert Jackson, a sophomore -
within the hour. "Sewed up the human staff of twenty specialists, and created and Florida Citrus Queen.Karol from Tallahassee is bat-
heart", headlined a Chicago newspaper. the beginnings of a nursing school has been a Jantzen model and ting 321 and leads the team In Ii4Lou
That hospital operating room was a Under William's administration, this before becoming the WLCY-TV cored with 12. Jackson
long way from the small frame house once primitive institution housed in six Weather Girl; she appeared on also runs has four stolen bases
outside Pittsburgh,where Dan was born. pre-Civil War buildings, soon becamethe TV with Johnny Carson, Jimmy (four In one ).
By the time he was twelve, his father forerunner of 6ur modern hospital. Dean and Men Griffin Karol's Charleston game Bargman, junior
had died and his mother had twice dally Channel FMATUXIJTO
deserted.So
Every time another heart operation. 10, St. also from Miami is another
; Dan took to the road and settledin saves a life, it is a living tribute to one of Petersburg's Weather Show has speed merchant. Bergman has
Wisconsin as a barber. Scraping to- the truly great ;'Ingenious Americans". helped Florida's make most her one of swiped six so far this season Rawls Quartet ft Patience Valentine
popular girls. and leads the Rattlers In home-
OLD TAYLOR On Saturday, April 1st, at with two. Thomas Lomack Tickets
At
KENTUCKYSTHAIOHT BOURBON U p.m., Karol will grace the runs sophomore from Tallahassee BOB'S RECORD SHOP 728 W. Ashley St

KENTUCKY STrAIGHT IOUISON WHISKY PIOOf.1HE ODTAYLOI OISTIIIUYCO..tANICIOIT&!OUISVIIIfKY. traditional Winner's Circle Orange to place Blossom the and cleanup hitter Is batting BUSTER FORD'S. 904 E. Union St.
MX with nine hits it
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TALLAHASSEE Donald Smith, P 3", 240-pound tackle for Big Switch .' the Cincinnati reds

Florida,A4M University, has signed a contract with the Den-
ver Broncos of the American Football League. Donal becomesthe In Operation w Most competent baseball observes rate LM May, powerful
second Rattler (end Andre White signed earlier) to sign 23 year-old rlghthanded first baseman, as "one of the finest
with Denver from the 1966 Rattlers' team. AI Dense (FAMU TAMPA, FIAr-The big news prospects ever to come op to
1963 la also with Denver. in the camp of the Cincinnati May's outstanding play at BufMojeearnnduchimrecognition
Reds here In Tampa Florida,
A native of Bartow, Donald Dolphins. To a freshman,names is the Big Switch. Manager on the Topps Chewing Gum AAA East All Star team in 1956
earned his first letter in his like these could easily strike Dave Bristol has moved Pet as an outfielder although he played first base.
freshman year. The significance fear In anon-competitive, Rose from second base to left After training with the Reds, Lee opened the season on the
of this feat is even more but Smith came to play and field; Deroa Johnson from leftfield parent roster and had seven unsuccessful plnch-hlt tries before -

remarable when you consider to third base and Tommy >
the caliber of linemen playingfor Helms from third base to second -
the Rattlers In 1963. "
base. RJiea M'Ltit811tkt
This included like !. :atelF j'M
players The seemingly Important man w a .a
David Daniels (Rattler All In the move Is Pete Rose who
American), now playing with moves from an infielder to P e a
the Oakland Raiders andCarleton become an outfielder. If Pet
Oats (All-Conference), also can handle the new assignment
with Oakland,Oven McKay(All- the move should prove to be
Conference), Robert Brown successful."I '
(All Conference), Archie like the move," declared
Williams (Ail-American, and Rose, one of baseball's greatest 'g AL
Johnny Holmes (All-Con Bustlers. "Pve really enjoyedit A
ference), formerly of the Miami so far.I think the big reason
is that I started out liking the

1 4 1! move a whole lot and more I ., .to
Watch play it the more I enjoy It," r"
Pete was asked what thought
This Clown about the move when It was
first broached to him. -
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"Well," said Pete, "Manager
be'.earned letter
a
every year.
4& Bristol was in Clncinnlt this
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winter and called me to his
such a markAccording hotel He explained the
to Ratter head coach room.
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whole situation and went over
Jake Galther "Donald has been being sent on May 1966 to Buffalo on 24-hour recall
and said how be
1 one of the most consistent line- our personnel With Buffalo he played In 128 games, batted .310 with 229
it would help the club
I thought
men we've ever had. For tour total bases, hit 16 home runs; stole eleven bases In 15 tries.
if be had these moves. My
years be has shown improvement r and drive In 71 runs.
1 He's a bright boy and thinking went right along with On September 4 be was recalled by the Reds and looked
.3. his and I said I'd be happy to .. .
can learn quick and should makea very Impressive, winding up with a season Cincinnati batting
I
it and would do anything
5 tine pro" Tackle coach Han- could try to help the club." BLAT ITAlU-Ittfene Milton breaks till tape in /.' during fee Wtt amoral Florida MM figure of.333 with 25 hits In 79 at-bats.
sel Tookes said, "We spotted "1 feel emphasized Rose, University Sports Carnival. Milton will be the key man for the Rattlers In the coming After the 1966 season Lee played for Valencia In the Venezuelan
21 Donald as a comer in his fresh- Florida Relays at the University of Florida in Winter League. Officially May Is considered a rookie
58 havea
II that in the 1967 club We Gainesville.FAMU
man'year but his performance good club. This is the most staff photo by Earnest Flllvan for the 1967 season.
year after year always exceeded: spring training I've Lee was an outstanding athelete at Parker High in Bermingham -
3419251Sometimes our expectations. He has a fine enjoyable Alabama and turned downnumerous scholarships toenter
been In for having fun and Tigers Drubbed The Wildcats
career ahead of him. pro bAlL
He'. Sometime the done. The main FAMU Slates
Up getting Job
: A versatile athlete, Donald In A In 1969, before reporting to the Reds on September 1, ),Jay.pla1nc ,
He's Down, He AddsSubtractsHe thing is Just the way that Dave 10 1 And 10 2 Doubleheader
has been the SUC champion -- In 143 games, hit 32 doubles, seven triples, 34 home
works it all and his staff
things.
around. in the shot put and discuss since He Is are handling anddoesn't Night Gomes Gibing redrew the battle their heavy bitting. Each hit a runs, drove across 103 runs and batted .321 for San Diego.He .
89 26 19 his Junior year,tat his first love very want systematic standing lines in the Southwestern Athletic towering homer. also led the league with 327 total bases.

is football. "I consider this to around wants you working all TALLAHASSEE After a decade Conference baseball race Grambong found Wiley especially First baseman Lee Andrew May born March 13, 1943. at
COMING ATTRACTIONS be the opportunity of a the time; you of daytime football the Tuesday and Wiley skidded Into vulnerable and slammed Birmingham, Alabama. Bats right, throws right; Is 6' 3"
I lifetime Al Denson, a former Rose, after starting the sea home stadium, the FAMU Rattlers the boondocks as the Tigers out 22 hits in the two-game and weight 205. Mv u married to Terrye Perdue, and U
13 41 69MAN'S I Rattler, is making a fine record son at third base, moved backto will play all but one of drubbed the Wildcats, 10-1 and set. Eleven were collected in the father of two daughters. His lifetime record:

at Denver, and I plan to his regular second base post their 1967 home games at night 10-2, in a double-header. the agonizing nightcap.The 1961, Tampa--Fla, St.; .260 26, 77, 10, 20 26, 2 2 0 -
DAYSNUMBERED give 110% to maintain the Rat- In 1966 and batted .313 as was under the lights recently installed The Tigers fairly sizzled in Tigers took their cue 0, 3, 9, 6, 23. 1962 Tampa-.Fla. St.; .260, 89, 339,
tler tradition" that he has named to the SPORTING NEWS In Bragg Memorial racking up their 11th win straight at the plate from Alexanderwho 45, 88, 134, 10, 3, 10, L, 9, 65, 22, 63. 1963 Rocky
started. All Star National League team. Stadium. victory and eighth league bad a pair of singles a Mount-Caro. ; .263, 144, 520, 79, 137, 222, 23, 4,
Athletic director and head play. double and a triple In additionto 18, 2, 11, 80, 48, 96.1964 Macowouthern; .303, 140,
"Man's Days are Numbered." coach Jake Gaitoer believes that Grambllng of SWAC stands and alone Is at the the four-master. 515, 91, 156, 263, 22, S, 25, L4, 110, 50, 18. 196' .
Health and Fortune Can Bt night game will give more top the showing As the SWAC moves into Its San Diego-fCL 321, 143, 558 83, 179, 327, 32, 7,
of and
Yours When You Know You Madam Marge people the opportunity to see no Frank signs Patterson wear Matthew tear. fourth week, Grambling is 34, 0 7, 103 28, 84.
Lucky Days. I Rattler games. "Night games Alexander giving every impression that Major League Totals--kS16, 30, 79, 15, 25, 38, 9, 1,
and Garr
.' Palmist. & Advisor 1 should provide ,more of our Ralph it will be difficult to cope with. 0, 10, o. n.
bruised Wildcat with
Lucky Colors, etc. ; Send $2.00 for your She Advisee on all Problemsof during the day, the opportunity
Love,Sicknett and Buun.ii to see more games than they'veseen ,
Horoscope Guide for in the past. Fans who have > i ';' SHOP AT TOUR HP

APRILFill HOURS 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. to travel far to see a game,can r/- : :
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Mo. Day UIFIflT November 18. The only game ::,;...;... : :.. :. .+ ..;"' .:
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fff'f-r'r r'f'
coming against Morris-Brown
College on October 14. Away SPECIAL! WESSONOIL SPECIAL IOC OFF LABEL
games tentatively scheduled
next year include Allen Uni- DETERGENT

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16; Alabama Mil College In
Normal, Ala., October 7; Tennessee FAB
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