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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 15, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Junior-Senior High School boyCotted povor advocate came up this
classes Wednesday and week .advocating retaliatory.
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WIFE KILLER GETS Thursday protesting proposed church burlnlng. He called for
addition to the school which presently Negroes to burn a white church
has an enrollment of each time a Negro church Is I
1,749. burned.He .
It was learned that on Wednesday said the retaliation pro,
students stayed out of I gram had already begun. Car.
25 YEAR SENTENCE school, while on Thlll'adal.lI- michael told Negro students at
actly 1,000 were absent. Tougaloo College that two Negro -
Matthew W. Gilbert describe i i churches burned lalowndes.

... ... .... u a dilapidated, rat Infested M County, Ala., recently and A
**.***** f-f- housed In the once condemned to the ground". He said,
Lifht Penalty P Pearson Holmes HarlemElects Coylan Haven School. "We'll .all worhslp In one
The school listed under two church or we'll all worship
SesteRcd To numerical Identifications. outside."
School No. 146 and 1463. Carmichael did not elaborateon
Daley And Jones The boycott went into effect Negro Soldier Shields Booty the cause of the fire at
Wile Slayer at the same time bearing were the white church in Alabama,
PowellWASHINGTON being held In Circuit Court on QUAN LOI, SOUTH vm'nlAM-Us1n Hs won body as a but he broke into a broad grin
an a suit seeking a permanent shield, a Negro member of Charlie Co., protects his wounded u he announced Its burning
While two young Negro men : Adam Injuctlon against boycotts. The white buddy under heavy Ore during Operation Junction City
remain the death row for the Facing ChargesCharges Clayton Powell won one and lost suite seeks to enjoin the NAACP about too miles from the Cambodian !border neartere.
alleged order of a white man- one this week in his bid. for and other organizations from (UPI POO..OI )
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murder to whlcb a white man restoration of his House seat encouraging boycotts.The a9i
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has confessed Jacksonvilleman A few days after a U$. District current boycott from all .. *
who; staled his ;wife and were dismissed racial boycotts in 1964 and 1966. court threw out his challenge Indication, was not inspired by
". stabbed her fatally to death was against all but four of the individuals If awarded on the basis of the of the' nous's March 1 an organisation.
... given 13 years in prison charged with promoting school system's claim the action ousting him, be won The priest comes after long i ir
4.- ,tut 0* murderer la this ease school, boycott' !inDutil\ ', :damage could 10.u.,high( as 'easily in a specially-called- controversy between Nags* residents ....,
was a Negro Willie Joyce Ward County $258,794.28. election to fill the seat denied;/ in the area and the
aud Ms victim, Mrs. Elizabeth: The four who are affiliating The case stems fromathree- to him. school rd over the construction -
Ward was also a Negro., proceedings are Rutledge pearson day school boycott December, Thus he,was battlng.500. But of a ne The sentence was Imposed last NAACPpresldeotWsndeU; 1964, in which 34,000 absencesby It was not known what the next side. '
Friday by Criminal Court Judge .. ITelaia cftalnsu of the Negro children were recorded pitch would be, or what batting rr i
,Hans G. Tansler, Jr., on till ; a two-day boycott in tactic he would use. Earl Johnson Named d ,CARMICHAEL
32-year-old Ward who lived at I March 1966, In which 34,000 House leaders were undecided The head of the Student Nonviolent -
7127 Doostie Dr. Judge Tanzler I. \; absences also were recorded; about what to do should he show Coordinating Com-
denied a motion for a new trial. and a one-day boycott last Oct. up and demand to be seated To Civil Rights Unit mittee (SNCC) said that whites
AssL State Atty. A.C. Scud, .d 24, in which 19,'lie pupils stayed after again being elected. The' have taught Negroeshowtoburn,I
Jr., produced evidence showing home. March 1 resolution excluding week + churches and warned that
that Mrs. Ward had been visiting The school board charges in him from Congress applied to It was announced this Negroes will use that knowledge
a male rind in Us apartment it suit that the boycotts were the 90th Congress-.which that Earl M. Johnson, a Jacksonville unless the burning of Negro
at 2179 W. 12 St. on the night- Inspired by the NAACP and means 1967-68. attorney, has been appointed churches the South stopped.
the
of
she was murdered, last June by the individual defendants, But Congress can always over a member Com- Carmichael, received a standing -'
L working together as an organi rule its own resolutions, even Florida State Advisory ovation when he called upon
Commission
UjS.
Evidence also show that when saline calling itself the Cltt- If the courts can't There was mmlttee to the Negroes to refuse to fight in
she left the rendezvous about tens' Committee for Better talk of voting again on the Powell ,.' on Civil Rights. Vietnam. "We ain't going hell
9 p.m., that night her husband Education. question. Other Jaxons previously no," the students chanted. ,
appeared on the scene. There 4 The school board claims that According to Rep. Emanuel named to the body include: R. The acid-tongue young militant -
was struggle u the woman Itrn.aJGI Florida's compulsory school Celler, chairman House Judiciary W.W. Schell and I.H. Burney, rbY said Negroes are being
tried to get tree. She was, Citizens Committee for Better attendance law requires children committee, a new vote Afro-American Insurance Co., drafted for the Southeast Asian
however, stabbed in the back Education: ; Rev. Charles Daley to go to school and that no admitting Powell would pro- executive. conflict in disproportionate
with switchblade knife. and Rev. R.L. Jones. fcably carry. Other Congress- Johnson Is l board member of T- numbers to their population as ;
It was reported that the young Those against charges were) Ben disagreed, saying any Increase the Jacksonvill Urban League; + a means of decreasing the
woman had tried to gain entry dismissed Include: Leander in pro-Powellsentiment a board member of the Jacksonville 'v .' ". "black urban population." "
into the love-nest which she had Shaw, Etrl M. Johnson, Mrs. was small.Cellar Human Relations Council Negroes must nowallowthem-
Jd,1IIt Mr attempt*Uad. Sally Mathls, Dr.Jean Downing, was concerned about and a cooperating attorneyfor selves to be used by whites u
Bev. Frank Wilson, Louis Car- env,. what might happen if Powell the NAACP legal defense "black mercenaries" in the.
tor m, and Rev. R.L. Badger. keeps getting re-elected and and educational fund. Vietnam war, he said.
The Duval County School wUch re-excuded from Congress. He Is a former president of His statements set off Ivemenutes
went Into court to obtain a "This kind hippodrome/ has the Jacksonville Branch of the of foot-itompong and
got to stop," he said."It makes NAACP and a former president chanting by students Jammedinto
court order that would
forbid a group of permanently Ne* -Xi the whole Congress look rid of the Florida Human Relations A Negro Student Gets If In The End the college chapel. "

leaders from promoting culous. The constituency has to Council. "Negroes. have never been vio- '
school gto boycotts was charged considered.. On two occasions Johnson ran NASHVILLE, TENNA., u.s.A.-A white police officer givesa lent.. we have been to non I
unsuccessfully for public officeIn young Negro the bums rush with his four-foot "
with "attempting to make a Cellar headed the select committee long club violent. And he blamed the
sew law," which is the right which recommended that 1962 he rut for the County during the demonstrations that were staged In near Fisk recent Negro rioting at Nashville -
of the legislature. Powell be seated and fined$40, Commission and last year besought University, last Saturday night and continued through Sunday.Airmen's Tenn., on "white cops"
"' So argued Atty. Joan Franklin 000 for misusing government a seat in the Florida he accused of beating studentson
v rrl aa NAACP representative from fyy .it. Howe qf Representatives.The the Tennessee All University
Mew York who with Earl M. Meanwhile, Powell's lawyers Commission on Civil campus. "
Johnson, Jacksonville attorneyIs filed a notice of anneal in the I Rights an independent bipartisan Bodies "We've got to develcp the
demanding the rights of Negro D.C. Court of Appeals after factflndlng agency created right to fight back with anybody -
leaders in Circuit Court .WZKDWU.BDLMB District court jurist ruled that by Congress 1957. John A. who messes with us."
before Judge Roger Waybrtgnt. the courts had no right order Hannah, President Mlchlagan he said. "The days of taps
The school l board is also asking promotion .of a boycott vie- the House to seat Powell. State University, is Chairman Washed Ashore coming iiilo our neighborhoods
the court to force the Na- lates that law. The establishment of a three of the Commission. running over us are over,"
But Miss Franklin contendedthat Judge court would have allowedan Carmichael dlscrlbed Georg.
tog the court to force the The bodies of Jacksonville
NAACP and 15 Negro leaders the NAACP has "serious appeal from Its decision in Negroes Share In servicemen stationed at TyndallAir Washington was a "H If&&le
WULBJOTCXWAB) as JadtvkfcsUs, to pay danagesfiCT. questions" about the constitutionality the case to go directly to the slave-owner" who "sold a
Following the slaying her.husband of the state law. She UJS. Supreme Court. Military Service City Force who drowned Base near in the Panama Gulf I 1 black woman for a barrel of
could not be found for more aid the law seeks to continue In his decision Judge Hart of Mexico syrup...but the only thing they
than a week. He finally surrendered racial segregation In schools declared that the doctrine WASHINTON, D.C-(NPI-A back here for are burial.being brought tell you in the history booksIs
to police who had by specifically:\ exempting students separating the powers of the study by the Defense depart The bodies were found Tues how George Wah1nctonchq-
Issued a warrant for his arrest. in Integrated schools legislature, elective bruchand ment has disclosed that Negroesare day morning less than a half- ped down a cherry tree. Now
Ward was found guilty'of from the requirements of the Judiciary prevented the courts well represented in the mile from where ain't that a Joke?"
second-degree murder by a Jury law. from telling Congress how to Armed Forces la direct contrast they dlsap- In the meantime, the Alabama
last February but sentencing She also sad the defendants operate its Internal affairs. to many past,and have also l \ House has asked that the Justice
was delayed Under Florida had a right under the UJS. The Judge rejected referencesto shared in the military gallantry enforce
law, the maximum penalty for Constitution's 1st Amendmentto the Julian Bond case, declaring of the nation.According ment agents bring promptand
second-degree murder is life urge the boycott. that the Powell matter to the survey, a AIRMAN LYNWOOD CALHOUf effective action against
Imprisonment. "There is no law in Florida pitted coordinate branches total of 44 Negroes have woo Carmichael for sedition and
Dr. Buck Artistes that says you can't alk to a against each other! while the the Congressional Medal of peared Sunday while swimming., treason."
Crisis/ li parent and seek to Influence Bond case involved a federal Honor, the nation's highest Airman 3.C. Lynwoocl Calhoun, Tare resolution, approved by
Hi UN them in ways to bring up their court appeal of a legislative award for military gallantry,. 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. the House Tuesday and sent
.
CHICAGO -4P1) Crises children," said Miss Franklin. action. since It was established In 1962. Cornelius Calhoun of 1608 Davis to the senate for concurrence,
confronting the UN In Asia and She said boycott leaders Bond was eventually seated, They are among 2,000 winners St., and Airman 2.C. Leon called recent acts by Carmichael -
Africa were described by UN committed no violence and after, the U.S. Supreme Court of the award. Cousar, son of Mrs LInda "seditious, un-Ameri
Under Secretary Ralph! J. threatened none against par- found that he could not be ousted The study, also showed that 'Cousar of 1544 S. 28th St., can and calculated to over
Buncne In a lecture sponsored tots, and she noted that other from the Georgia legislature Negroes make up 13.J per cent were last seen alive about 4 throw" !the government of the
by the Student Government,UbV courts have upheld the right of because of his political views. of the Army, ',I of the Marine +M p.m., Sunday. United State.
virally of Chicago, last week; puns into other persons Powell's lawyers !had con- lot of the Air Force, and 5.! The firs t body was found at The resolution was prompt
AaCXender-secretary since OUBL0 B. DAHJCT participate In tended that the Rouse violatedthe of the Nary.REGB1tR 1.30 a.m. Tuesday by Air Police ed by a speech Carmichael
19SI Dr. Buncbe discussed a racial demonstrations.! Constitution by excludinghim searchers, who reported the I made at Birmingham's Mile
WIde range of explosive developments equal to the money which the despite the fact he met the NOWREGISTER body was washed ashore. The College last week, duringwhlch
Including the cur- school board claims it lost BOOKS OPEN' .BOOKS OPEN three qualifications: outlined lathe NOW second: body was found about he alleged said "to hell with
". Vietnam crisis. la state funds as a result of -REGISTER NOW Constitution, BOOKS OPEN- AMMAN i S.C.LXOM COGBAI- noon 100 yards from shore. the laws of the United$l ten."


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Published by the Florida Star PubusIatnc 1 you If t1CCJ'1 YMi' t The campus rl the College of the city ot,New-1olki i1ualedon

r top cI a bill overlooking the central Harlem ghetto Iii
MEMBERNEGRO geographic position Is symbolic of the separation which exists
and the cOllulumltlel
between many urban universities they

P TIONAT:: + .. DopDS sene.Too often the university perches 011 i the bl l- ,
needs of the city. Forte t
top, oblivious to the
nately. many schools are leaving the Ivory i
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I tower and coming Into the valley, 'using their
ERIC 0. SIMPSON 'N313511, Ulfu expertise and resources Jo tackle the Immense I

problems freed by the urban pop' on.
.* .. to hfAoV. with_ tram__*
HILDA HOOTER.......Circilatiii Maiifir \ tlon'-'.'-'.by asking. receuuy the offer city-Board" -of Education u to let It operate

five schools 111 Harlem. The college Intends to work to-
gether with the community to develop programs to make
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these ghetto school Into model educational Institutions. In
effect, the college would become the Board of Education for
AddressP.O. these five schools, and would work closely with the community

to make them better.
Boi 599 Jacksmilli, Florida 32201 As of this writing the Board has yet to decide whether or not
to accep the college's offer, but I hope) they do. Such close

MIAMI OFFICE relations with a nearby college will help motivate pupils,
permit greater involvement of parents, utilize the brains
and techniques available to top colleges, and free schools from
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New York University, for example, is working with a school
Jacksonville l. Florida + in the Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto, attempting to make it a

model school. N.Y.U. also has a program whereby some
students from Harlem whose grades or finances would not
Charter Denial Practice ScoredThe JLi ordinarily permit them to go on to college, got full scholarships -

Florida Conference of the National : a to the School of Education in return for promising to
go back to Harlem to teach after graduation. Thus the students
Association for the Advancement o f WILL THE SCALES BALANCE? get the chance for a career in teaching, and the community
Colored people recently urged Secretary will get an Influx of trained, motivated teachers, to

of State Ton Adams to stop issuing i_- --.---. -- help other kids escape from the slums.
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Many colleges and universities are also involved In the
charters to non-proftt which .
groups expressly -
anti-poverty program The Ford Foundation helped the University
designate white-only in their r "TdlWeeW of Wisconsin to establish a Department of Urban
certicates of corporation.The Affairs in Milwaukee and launch a program to help the

NAACP has our unreserved supportin ,, poor there improve living conditions and opportunities, Rutgers -
I
this venture of .' to develop an anti-poverty effort in Newark; and Purdueto
or type
protest since
conduct a family service effort In Chicago. Downs of
the nonprofit organization derives cer- \ other universities are engaged in tackling the urban dilemma.
tain tax exemptions. In this connection, Horoscope Guide These activities pay oft both the schools and the cities.
the readers must remember that the *;* 1 1I The schools benefit because they become more vital institutions
training their students for Ute in this society,
protest does not *
concern itself with with
not some ideal non-existent one. By working together ,
chartering profit organizations which By PABLO The ASTROLOGER the community to solve problems affecting their common
will assume public tax responsibilitiesimposed *. concerns, they build a creative atmosphere in which they
upon them. I' 0 can grow and prosper. The university faculty representsthe
best brains in the area, people of ability, genius and
In the NAACP protest, it was urged that : ,WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR vision. By setting them to work on urban problems, cities
the Secretary of State should discontinuethe can get ideas and experttes available nowhere else.

practice of Issuing charters to non- 1 1 The public schools are perhaps In the best position to
profit : BUSINESS benefit from this partnership. Fresh Ideas and fresh faces
organizations that purposely LOVE TRAVEL
are needed more than anything else and the colleges have
practice discrimination in membership. i r them. But they are not the only source of new vitality for

ti Regarless of whether he feels I r public schools.
the Legislature has the power to do '....-, -- -- -- ......--.. --- .. .... -,. .. ... .. .!! .. .. ----.0_ _. Although It has been underfinanced and Is in danger of
extinction, the Teacher Corps has done wonderful workIn
this, the NAACP urged the Florida ARES( CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN slum schools. Corpsmen have brought vigor and enthusiasm .

Secretary of State to let the U. S. Con- to their task,of building rapport with poor young

stitution be his guide v' ...j BORN MUCH I ;. BORN .lUKE. '''i BORN SEPT. 1&1) }cr \&,",.. BORN DEC. ,sters and teaching and motivating them. Unfortunately, manyinsecure
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However worthy the int entions, the r. '. P. -- -S. 1" \ ,'''#'' ...I.- : persons in educational establishment fear these ,
: bright young people and prefer ploddlng;away in Jhelr unimaginative
1 t' must the APRIL"18th ;) 'UOc.f"23rd '
21t
NAACP, recognized that 22nd-ULY 22 22nd-JAN. 19thBe fashion to responding to the challenge' of our ,

Secretary of state has limitations and ,educational crisis. Our schools are In trouble and they need
Play for keeps Abandon the Consult your conscience. U Patch Domestic or public conclusive. In the face of all the
must operate within the frame work of up. help they can get, from parents, volunteer groups,
more recless approacb to the you are sure that you know relations that may have what has transpired up to this universities and the Teacher Corps.
Legislative requirements. Not, for a subject of your attention and what you are doing, and Intendto been under strain or disrupted point, there may be little lift
moment should the NAACP defy the state start playing the game according proceed toward your goal should not be allowed to drift to do other than to dig In where

laws, but rather it should work for a to the rules well come what may,you should have' down the stream to oblivion. the terrain Is most favorable. Want Summer Jobs High School StudentsThe
in legislative statutes established throughout the little difficulty making a promising The chances are that they are And it may be prudent right now ,
change through
years. This means being re- start on the 18th. The that
more Important to both sides to stick to the occupation
appeals to the various representatives .ser ved, even when you are doubts could come later when than either may be willing to provides for your needs rather American Friends Service Committee,
throughout the state. excited; Inside, and putting on you are running into difficultiesyou admit. A serious talk on the than to risk a change that could a Quaker organization with a long historyin

Keep up the protest is our adminition a poker face to mask feelings never dreamed existed. subject could form the basis fora turn our to be unfortunate. the Civil rights movement, is inviting
from friend and toe alike. There may still be time i for' solid agreement that can endure Specialization Is becomingmore high school students to make plans this
to the NAACP, but let the course of
While revoluntionary forces who second' '
are having
some to mutual advantage The and more the determine month for
summer employment. The commit
action keep within the framework of the have their justification unwind thoughts to change their minds rest of this period Is apt to factor when Jobs art belne IlaBd-
state laws. then, it turns out that and to alter course accordingly.The be quite uneventful, giving most ed out. "The younger Capricornlans -, tee has emphasized that February is not
conservative elements usually pressure applied by members Llbrans a chance to do a little I would be well advisedto too early to begin making applications.AFSC .
The Civil Rights "Pig In The Bag" manage to get In the last word. of the family may be openly serious thinking on their own. discover where their out- work camps offer high school stu-
This follows the natural principle resented and yet welcome In This could aid In bringing certain standing skills or abilities lie. dents an unusual opportunity and are
After 1965 it appears that any future that first comes the pioneer your secret heart Those of faults or omissions to light. Follow this up by an extensive located
over the nation
various
and then the builder and who wish to do Justice to on com-
you Do
is bound to not permit the opening to course of training that may aid
civil rights legislation organizer yourselves as well as to others make amends or corrections to you In meeting or getting aheadof munities where volunteer service projectsare
become a kind of "pig in the bag" ] .80-44 18-947 will find it fulfilling to review escape you. It may prevent the increasing competition In needed. A typical location may be a

since you never know what we will get past actions. stresses that are waxing. today's world. poorer neighborhood in a city, or a

until the bag Is emptied. TAURUS 3.50.68.17.932 1.70.55.16.304 8.40.12.18.379 valley in Appalachia.High .

President Johnson is longing for a school students who are interestedIn

passage of his newest civil rights brainchild BORN APRIL LEO SCORPIO AQUARIUS this kind of work get an opportunity

However, the Senate has splitit to live and work as a group, under the
20t NAY 2011 BORN JULY BORN OCT.
into six different measures having BORN JAN. supervision of experienced leaders and

several interpretations. Thus, it makesit If s there to see. While counselors, and plan their own recreationand
more difficult for the package to be dwelling in the put Is not, 23r'AU Go 22id 24th-NOY. 22ndOne 2Oth-FEB. 18th work schedules.

u a rule, desirable, there are Students who like this kind of "
enacted as the President had hoped. moments one's lifetime when It dawns on you. No matter needs solitude. Whetheryou Wisom beckons. Life has often service -
how have been go to a place especially been stated to be the best should write to the American Friends
Some of the southern leaders feel that It can prove of Immense value you trying to
It can be the storehouse from twist the meanings of certain created for the purpose, or remain teacher, a tact that you can Service Committee, Personal Projects
further attempts at passing additional
which you can extract the knowledge developing trends, the stark within your own tour walls, verify at this stage in your Office, 160 North 15th Street, Philadelphia .
civil rights bills "the there seems to be little doubt :
are same old or wisdom required to truth will come through to you. affairs. With maturity comes Pa. 19102. '
of constitutional worms" and This would that a certain amount of solitudeis the knowledge that there Is so '
can
an face an uncertain or troublesome require taking anew Permit us to give graduating school
essential maintenance high
for the
look at the future and the plans much more to learn than one
attempt to "destroy liberty on the installment future This may also seniors '
of Pleasures that a word
be a time of reckoning when you had previously drawn up well-being. suspected In the first flush of of advice. This kind
plan. the rewards for sensible living for Its coming. The way thingsare sway have kept you in a state youth. Once that philosophy has of project is not /or you, unless your
Not for the same reasons, however, but of excitement had better be replaced In then we parents
and meritorious deeds may be shaping up may prove once seeped only may are wealthy. what most of
inclined toward the thatwe again that the best-laid by those that have a recognized that we have finally you
we are position handed out. By the same token, plansof will need to do is to get
much more soothing effect on a Job and earn
don't need a lot of new civil rights reprehensible actions, past and mice and men can be over- Youngsters who have grown up. The posslbilty of money to help defray
you. may college
present turned by the force of unex- developing talents along more or technical
at the moment but rather may exaetcertalnpen- school '
legislation ; been problem-children: may substantial lines expenses.
alties. Some of them could be pected circumstances. The practical or
strong implementation of the ones we In the guise of a troubled conscience social side of local pursuits is have to be taken in hand and should be fully encouraged by Put the first things first!
already have on the books. being Illuminated but you cannot made to heed the voice of disci your own self u well as by
tall to take Into account Just pline. Some Saglttarians may those who are standing squarely
sit down
Then, Negroes cannot and wait THISWEEK IH
6.60.88.16.842 NEGRO
what this could do to your even decide: to marry In order behind you. HISTORY
for the laws to do everything for them. budget. to create greater stability 5.903319 459
GEMINI 9.90.33.13.487 April 10, 1887 Birth of late Robert Vann, founder-publisher

FAMU Must Define Its Role Soon BORN MAY VIRGO SAGITTARIUSB0RN PISCES of Pittsburgh Courier weekly newspaper.' He died In 1910.

April 11, 1947 Jackie Robinson made his debut at the first
In a series of articles in the April 2 2ht- JUNE 21st BORN AUG.23rdSEPT. NOV.23rilDEC. BORN FEB. Negro to play in organized baseball, with the then' Brooklyn
Issue of the Tallahassee Democrat, it Dodgers.April .
was emphazied that in the master planof Reality Is stark. Any hopes 21U- ISt -NAR. 20th
that you have harbored In the 22nd 1 12 1961 The
Confederacy fired on Ft. Sumter, S.. C.
the state's higher education program past may still be alive only Co by the facts. Let Gauge the trends. Any indications If s the truth. Now it the time opelng the Civil War, and struggle for the perpetuation and
the question is: "What is to be Florida when they were Used on the be said that is not that trouble Is brew- to assimilate the acts of life extension of slavery.
you have not Ing could
realities of life.Cutout received mean just that. So
everything and
role to aid
A&M University ? fair your closest collaborator -
warning during the instead of
else that may have been dlmisslng anything In April 1 12 1942 Ten firms with contracts ordered to
doing likewise war stop
This question it seems to us, ought purely Illusory or completely past quarter. All the sings you hear or read u quite unlikely Insofar especially racial and rellgous discrimination.
to have been answered in the Role and beyond your ability to fulfill should point to absolute order go Into it thoroughly material Interest as common

Scope studies conducted in the 'state The friends who are willing to linens and conservatism of in the until you have extracted the!last There Is something are developing concerned, AprU 13, 1758 Francis Williams, one of the first U.s. Negro
management the bit of
personal Information
lose that
or it could
because
institutions of higher learning several that It you Is, for your own the future know common economy. Those of you Contain. The farseeing among where you carry on your vocation college graduates, published a poem In Latin.

years ago. If a role was designed, the benefit, are those that may be to who have been looking forward you win see to It that the shortly or profession open op ,opportunities which could April 14, 1775 First abolition society In U$. was founded.
citizens of Florida are unaware of it. considered the most loyal.After blessings of security,of your personal or Joint economy Is to a
occupy more
It seems that Florida A&M University all. In these days ut rapid may own or now the be nation's in a making, could proof threaten against all dangers that position Just don't fret Important when April IS, 1843 Richard Henry Boyd, pioneer Baptist leader

should have at that time outlined vividly longer communications Is a problem systems to writeor It no start reaping the harvest position As to are In line for It.a Scorplos legacy,who or for it seems there to still be slow In coming ,publisher,born In Noxubee County, lrUaaIIIJAILAprU
could be
what it would like for Its role to be. considerable u It may be, it creditors'of some Importance a 3-
to pay hasty visits at frequent cannot month wait before you can truly 15. 1889 A. Philip Randolph, president, Bortherbood of
Maybe, it was waiting for the Board of Intervals. your own replace gainful endeavors the fruits of to should them go after what Is coming savor the fruits of success. Sleeping Car Porters and AFL-CK vice president was bornIn

Regents to do but dlcate, A&U s role.. 9-70-55-14-905. 8-70-77-17-568 7.30.88.19.347 8- 80 -' 99- 15 i3'1 Crescent City, Fla


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Mrs., Graves Reform Sigmos To Aid EcbcatloRal Fund State Eastern Stars Maku Swill Debit WEDDING BELLS TEA TIME I

Pallbearers Society M will j
,
From Conference Of And Honor Dr. Cornelius Troup t James Davis liable,'MS Car. sponsor a Spring Tea April'SOuthehomeofMr.andMrs.
Slated To ConveneIn oline St.. 41 and Cirri Times, I
'The graduate and undergraduates chapters of Phi Beta Sigma 1333 Caroline St., 49. Ransom Green, IUD W. tOth
Exceptional Children Fraternity the Southern Region of which Attorney Fred G. West, Pain BeachThe Raymond Walthour 1J05 Lee St., from 4 to 6p.m. :
Ml. Bis, Is regional 1 director,will memorialise the late Wharlest j1 SI, 21 and Carolyn Louis Myers,
Jackson and honor Dr. Cornelius V. Troup, former Presidentof 56th annual session of 1021 Julia St.. 21. -a j
Uri. Kate H. Graves at 6041 Fort Valley Stay College during their 63rd Anniversary the Royal .Grand Chapter, Or- Wllbert Harper U6 Nixon St., t
Rlbault Road hu returned to regional conferences scheduled to be held at Paschal Motor der of Eastern Star, State of : I ida 20 and'Sarah Ford, 334 ElmSt., A Spring Fellowship Tea will '
the city: after attending the 45th Inn, Atlanta, Georgia, April 20-22, 1967. Florida, working under the 18. be sponsored Sunday from S.30; t
annual conference for Exceptlonal protection of the Most Won- Cecil Thomas,Jr..180 Cooper to 8 p.m., in the Myrtle Ave, I
Children, which was Ia memorializing the late ner to be held on Friday shipful Prince Hall Grand Lane, 21 and Ramona Fare Branch Library.Commissioner. I I
held In St. Louis Missouri Wharlest Jackson, a Korean evening April 11, 198'7 and for Lodge Ancient Fret and Acceptef '" 2 2i Bryant, 1930 Benedict Rd., 17. T. E. Stokes
March 26th through April first which Dr. Edward W. Brice of Masons of Florida and Perktas. 3638 Owens
vetern, and father of five children Floyd will be the speaker, and Mrs.
March 29th through April L who was murdered by a the United States Department Its Masonic Jurisdiction. will Ave., 20 and Dorothy Mae Tbo- Olga Bradham, Mrs. Henry A.
The convention headquarters of Education will speak. Is a convene In West Palm Beach 5136 Pull St., 20.
bomb planted In his pick-up mss, Jasmin Mrs. I.R. Jones,Mrs.M. .
Hose the Chase-Park Plata truck on February 27;the frat former President of Fort Valley April 1820. Lavera Collier. 1177 W. ;nth r Meacham, Mrs. K. McKen-
;, State College of Georgia Mrs. Hannah B. Miller Is the St. 20 and Ruby Lee Denmark
ernity seeks to raise funds to 8 1 tie, Mrs. Meltonla Vaughan,N.
Mrs Graves was employedby be given to an education fund Dr. Troup has served Sigma Grand Matron and W. C. Jenkins ,131 W. 23rd St., U. McClellan, Mrs. H. Cleveland
the county: school board U set up In memory of the late In many capacities and was for grandmaster Johnny Roberts, Jr., 1515 E. will have charge of the music.
a specialist In the Held of, 'Hatches, Mississippi! NAACP a period of years the Editor 'The host chapters are Queen '26th St., 18 and Wan Sanders, Mrs Louise Graham U program -
a school psychology, last Fall. Chapter Treasurer of the Crescent He is internationally of East, Mrs E. Draft, worthy miCallahanStt3. chairman \ I
This new school service Is Mr. Jackson lost his We to famed as educator: matron; Bethlehem, Mrs.Ores- Arthur Gute 314 W. State j
a federally financed project. persons so far unknown because and Is prea.ntl1.nPIt4I11 conducting tha Randolph, worthy matron; $j., 19 and. Irma Jean Smith, Meeaee j
Its purpose 1s to otter help of promotion to a new Job In a Educational project at Lovely Mrs Eua; Bergman .q 1431 W, 18th St., 19. .
to disadvantaged children In chemical plant Natcheiwhich Coppins Teacher's College, in worthy matron, and Faith Chap :Richard Eugene Lawrence
trades one through six, who was never before held by a Baltimore, Maryland.The ter. Mrs. Mary Black, wormy 1424 Johnson St., 21 and Delorl. The Lily of the Valley Social
have learning disabilities due ,Negro and also because he was 53rd Anniversary South- matron.Monday. Shins 522 Spearing St., 21. and Savings Club will observeIts
to social adjustment problems. a militant NAACP member who' era Confernce will project at 3.30p.m.,executive anniversary tea May 23
She uoined the Psychologicalstaff actively engaged In protesting workshops In Education, Busl- board meeting will be held In 'I ; ..... from S to 6 p.m., In the Community -
after a year's sudy *ness and Social Actions St. John Baptist Church, 2007
racial discrimination and segregation Thomas Luke Ramsey, 1871 : Center, 29th and Chase. I
leave at Atlanta University: In Hatches Miss Among the scheduled workshop r Contentment Ave., Rev. A.E. Hartridge St., 27 and Sally Mrs. Georgia Stokes will be
leave at Atlanta University: issippi. leaders and directors of the ,Isaac, pastor. At 8 p.m., the Louise Williams,1208 A crooSt.; the speaker. !
wUre she received the Education Chapters of the Southern Region business sessions of the conference oratorical 'contest: will be held 25.
Specialist degree;having of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity are i Dr. Alvin J. In Tabernacle Baptist Church, emcee 1
been the recipient of aN.DJEJU were recently Involved In McNeil, Chairman of the Department ',Rev. John F. Neal, pastor. M. Maths Porter Jr., 1020 Van
Scholarship! Grant the promotion of a "Wharlest of Social Studies Saxon will direct the con Buren St., 24 and Margaret Lee The I-A Comrunlty: Club will'

Mrs Graves Is a member Jackson Day Program"in which GrambUng College Grumbling, test. Miss Judith Moore's Social Debut James, Lafayette, Ala, 23. sponsor a Fellowship! Tea Sun
of the Zeta Phi Beta Soroltyand : the Souther region led by FredG. Louisiana; Dr. McNeil Is National Tuesday morning the Royal day from B to 6 p.m., In the
serves the local chapter Mnnls, regional director cooperated President of the Phi Beta Grand Chapte r will open In James Btamon Jr.,1059 Davis
as financial secretary; a mem- with Marvin Davies, Sigma Fraternity: ; Dr. Richard St. John Baptist Church. At Is Sparking Pre.Spring Event St., 24 and Katie Mae Williams, ........
ber of the Jacksonville chapter Florida Field Director of the Billings and R.O. Sutten, two 6:30 p.m., the parade will begin 1009 Hobson Lane, 23.
of Links of America; president NAACP. The "day' sought to former National Presidents of at the Masonic Hall and 2-E Civic Club will sponsorits
Sigma; Attorney Jack Young of end at Payne Chapel AME TALLAHASSEE FLA,--.Mils Judith'l400re, a freshman Wilson Jr.
of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Involve the total community of Herbert Addison annual Mothers Day tea
Wives Club; and a mem- Negroes and white people to Mississippi Georgia StateSena- Church where the grand openIng honor student at Hampton Institute Hampton, va., was prevented 7006 Richardson Rd., 21 and May 14 In the Community: Canter
ber of Grant Memorial AME Jointly protest the murder of tor Leroy Johnson and City of the chapter. to society: by her parents Dr.and Mrs. Oscar A. Moore, Minnie Mae Braddy, 1173 W. 26 29th and Chase, from ,4
Church. Mr Jackson and to demonstrate Councilman Brown Attorney during the recent Easter holiday weekend which she spent in St., 25.Joseph. to 6 p.m. 'The group will meet
Other members of the Exceptional their faith In the American George Cunningham of Riverla Get Acquainted Day Tallahassee May 10 with to complete plans
Children staff who people, to rally to a worthwhile Beach, Florida; Councilman A beautifully appointed recep, throughout the reception by Mr. Herbert Jackson, Jr., for the tea at 6 p.m. I.
travelled with Mrs. Graves cause in the pursuit of the Wastes of Danla, Florida. lion carrying out a pink, white McCoy Ransom, University: or- 1122 Tyler St.. 23 and Callle
were Mrs Rosalyn Jones,Mrs democratic deal. National Program Directors of For Youth Slated and silver color scheme, at, ganist. Caterers for the reception Mae Griffith, 1044 Odessa St., ........
Dr. Cornelius V. Troop t the ;Sigma who will participate are; :the Moons' suburban Oak and dance that followed' 3T. J
Mrs
Julia Wlckersham, and .' recipient of a testimonial din- J. Nell Armstrong Education; Youth Get Acquainted Day will Knoll Estates residence mark. were E.L. O'Rourke and John Susie E. Tolbert School PTAwill ;
Donna B. Sutton James A. Grant, Business; be celebrated Sunday in the :ed the popular debutants presentation ,Steele of the Florida AIM University William Robert Robinson,1061 sponsor Its annual Spring
Clifton H. Felts, Social Act- House of God Church of a Living to adult society,where : Food Service Department Barber St., 35 and Verdell Tea Sunday at the school, according
Ions. To conduct a seminar In God. guests were received on Satur- Copeland, 2237 W. 1st St,19.Arthur to Mrs, Dorothy Hull, ,
fraternity: building are; Dr.Von Rev. Lemuel Bratlel will be ,day March 23, between the A native of Tallahassee, Judy chairman. A prise win be w:
EXTRA MilD I IT'S I IMPORTED I D. Mitell, National Directorof the speaker for the morning hours of S and 7 p.m. was graduate In June 1966, *****: awarded for the highest amount
Undergraduate Affairs and worship! Others appearing are: An "Evening with Judy" from the Florida AIM University of finance raised by the groups. j
the Dr. Parlett L. Moore, first Excelsior Singers Travelettes, followed in the Embassy Room High School as valedictorian James Wtstbrook,20J5
Gentle Scotch' : HIGHLAND National Vice President, of Ewla A. Jones, Edwin Wilson, :of the Florida AIM University: of her class. An out- Lewis St, 36 and Ada Mae ........ ;
Sigma and President of Cop- Miss Narcelyn Jones, J41a.Al- Student Union Building, beguiling standing student she has been Owens 2033 Lewis St., 30.
pins State Teacher's College, freda Smith and the Traveling ,' at 8 p.m. Here some 200 the winner of may distinctions, Curtis Holland, (19 LafayetteSt. The trustees of Mt. Tabor t
Baltimore. Stars. college friends of the nonoree nd honors. ., 36 and Margaret Clark Baptist Church will sponsor i"
MISTBlended Soror, Mildred Carter Brad- Speaker for the aft.rnoonpro- 'were entertained at a semiformal Currently enrolled at Hampton 519 Lafayette St., 37. a Candlelight Tea Sunday In, I
J ham, Grand Baslleus of ZetaPhi Rev Benjamin dance. Music was provided Institute u an English ma- Harry Only Jr., 3956 Fre.mn .- the home of C. Kite, chairman -
Beta Sorority: will represent HoovervOther, participants: by the Ambassadors of tor she Is a member of the Rd., 24 and Matechly at 1625 W. 9th ,
her organisation at the Church of God Choir 2, Stanley Soul, a Florida AAM University ,honors Program ana waa named Lovown McLendon 5050 Old St.
confernce. Green, Miss Laurletta Green, combo. to the Dean's List for the first Augustine Rd., 18. eeeeeea
The confernce will be hosted Miss Judy Coleman, Miss Attired in a short white crepe semester. During the summerof
by Lambda Sigma Chi Pel ft Gwendolyn Irving Buckman- 'sheath with a lace shift ex 1966, she was a scholarship ***** The Sarah UcGinnls Mission
Zeta Chapter of Atlanta, R. 0. ttes, George Brown Boston- tending from the yoke and wear participant In the Hampton In-' Glbbs 423 Smith St., ary Society of New Bethel AME
SCOTCH WHISKY Sutton, Executive Vice President ettes Mrs. Josle Adams and lag a pink rosebud corsage and itltute SPUR Program for 32 Eugene and Ruthle, Mae Williams, Chuch will sponsor) Its Calendar -
of the Citizens Bank and the Junior ushers of Mt.Ararat silver slippers, Judy receivedher selected youth 1562 Wlndle St. 19. Tea Sunday from 4 to 6
,
100% Scotch Niskits Trust Company of Atlanta is Baptist Church guests with er escort.Han 6041 I p.m.,'atthe church. I Iof
Flicker
.. Chairman of the Conference Rev. Ernest Chriswell will sel Tookes, ID, of Tallahassee, DlrlenCoobillPrlsl.'s Edward Prince '.r ,_
I Ave. 19 and Frances Lee1 Netbltt -
also of, earns.The .
Combe
HIGHLAND Committee, speak during the evening pro- Miss Pamela
896t Lankford Ave. 19.
49'MIST. Officers of the Southern Region gram. Appearing will bet Thomas Tallahassee, and John Wesley ,
$4' are Fred G, Mlnnls, Singers, House of God Williams of Bradenton, Fla Concert Arthur Capers;anA 7125 Irving Glendale Social and
JUr1I4.tJr FIFTH\ Director; Dates L. Edwards Gospeleytes, Miss Ullle Sutton For the reception at her home Scott Dr., 28 Lois Bernice Savings Club will observe Its
Denaldi 1150 W. 30th St. 29.
Vice Regional Director and Director Mrs Ella Williams and the debutante wore white peau de annual anniversary tea Sunday
The Darnell-Cookman Junior MelvIn Bentley 'Fields Jr.,,
!JI..J.ISfwI.l of Undergraduate Affairs Mrs Liszle Rivers The programs sole slippers with a floor length from 3:30 to 5 p.m., at BroouPrI1.r
School Band under direction Canton 21 and Barbara
George DeMyers Associate of white organ 'overtaffeta High Ohio House
TENTH $2.55 are being sponsored by gown
5d with Ira of Mrs. Norma S. White Dee Mitchell, 4426 Bessie
Regional Director; Mrs. Ella Williams fashioned an concerlApril
.... --' James A. Gayles Secretary; ported Italian lace bodice hand- will be presented In Clr., 12.LOVE rasa
1: Y z $1 65 Charles W. Moore, Treasurer; beaded with pearls and an A-line 24 in the Civic Audi The P-TA of East Jacksonville -
John T. Moore Jr., Director skirt with a flyaway panel. torium. Elementary: School will:
of Social Actions; AJU Alexander Poor people are mOlt likelyto The skirt was appllqued all over Appearing on the program will "r'" way to lore any sponsor Its annual Spring Tea
Director of Education; coniHer Cod ai a loving with individual pearlstuddedlace be the beguners band ensemble Ronal thing it to realize 1 that it Sunday the school cafetorlm.
Dematrius C. Newton; Director Father. Eight out of ten of medallions repeating the under direction of bt fat." Mrs Florida Cook and Mrs.
might
eINT of Public Relations. them but only seven out of ten motif of the Italua lace bodice Turner, Intern from Florida Marjorie Edwards are chair-
Onl Ai Stores The State Director of the In tie middle-Income group, She carried a nosegay corsage AIM University. G. K. Qietterton pen. '
Southern Region are: C.G. and only ilx out of ten in the of pink"and white carnations:
McGregor, Alabama; George upper-income group think of and pink rosebuds tied with
Falsoiu. Cod si a Father a !fountaln-sprsf_ of pink.ribbons -, NOW!
her gown was designed
by Dr. Emma Kitties,professorof 4 LOCATIONSTO

BECOME A BOLDENS' GRADUATE AIM Home University Economics: Florida SERVE YOU
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Mrs Moore wore a soft nile 3118 Edgewooc Av"-W.
green crepe gown styled with
draped over-bodice. Her shoes 3701 EMERSON
-SUMMER ;SES STARTING MAY 23Riflstir were of matching nile green 830 CASSAT AY6
crepe and she wore a corsage
k of double cymbldium orchids. 1824 WEST BEAVER
In the receiving line! with the,
honoree and her parents were
these members of her family; GOVT. GRADED "GOOD BEEF"CHUCK i
her paternal grandmother Mrs
Drusilla Moore of Cambridge,
Mass., her maternal grand
mother Mrs. Cornelia Jackson
of Cincinnati. Ohio her maternal 4S
aunt, Mrs. Mahala Entsmlnge'r -
Clnclnna ;and a paternal ROAST L8.
cousin,Mrs.Beryl Lockman
of Boston, Mass. Also sharingthe
social amenities were two STEAK OUT TIME
''youn cousins of the debutante J
Annette,and Celeste Enttmlnger

of The Cincinnati.senior Mrs. Moore wore CHUCK 59C
LB..
i floor length gown of aqua ST
Ties, Dir Frl. I Ti 10 P.M. crepe and corsage of yellow ,.\ ,
carnations; and Mrs. Jackson
wore a corsage of rose car- 69C
COURSES nations with her floor-length, RIB E. -
spring floral print crepe In
which pink and green predomi- A
uted Mrs. Entsmlnger wore '
I black and white floor length

] HOSPITAL AIDE CLASS I BAND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS carnations town with; a and corsage Mrs. Lockman of white SIRLOIN K lB. 85

accented her pink brocaded
con( with a corsage of varl- FLA. BUDGET BRAND


[* BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CLASS I *, KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS' COURSE pled ion Refreshments carried pink carnations.out at the the prevailing recap-, FRYERS 25

link, white and silver color
tcneme. Dominating the dinng -
table was a topiary erangement -
centerpiece of pink SMOKED
and white actors, pink snap-
w CASHIER SALES CLERK CLASS GUITAR, PIANO, VOICE UEOItIOlD'EN dragons. pink carnation, whiteypsophillla :
[ or baby's breath, PICNICS LB.33'YELLOW
era and pink grape ,clusters,
with, pink grapes and fern at
'5 COLLEGE the base. Through) the house TT
md on the terrace out of
doors, there were many lovely 19cNiCd
1816 W. 20th StreetRegistrar and elaborate floral arrangement ONIONS SLBS.

gifts from friends and .

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I Little Rock Baptist Church To Observe Annual -Women's Day Sunday I





Heroines Of Jerico Of FloridaTo BifiD Special Prepare, For Program SundayPRJAKNIVERSART Jax CksrchwoaoR To o


Hold Grand CommunicationThe .YLV ,h "'M1'l! ttR ARRVQ. Event At Little s.rY'1

,
throughout the day to
n Women's Day will be observed
Mrs Lois Mae Mercer
with
Church
Most Worshipful Union Grand Court,Heroines of Jericho .f Rock Baptist and MM. Irene Hartiog serving as -
of Florida, will meet in Its 85th Grand Communication beginning u chairman
Monday at the Masonic Temple, 410 Broad St. Heroine f .' Other officers Include: secretary Vera Mae Drayton; remarks,
Lulu Johnson is Grand Most Ancient Matron; E. D. Gibson, Mrs. Battle L. Lester; chairman and co-chairman;
Grand Venerable Patron, and Rudolph Bradley, grandmaster Junior chairman, Mrs. Annie final reports, remarks and

The annual board mlJeUnewillbe will meet In the Grand Court D. Stephens; finance chairman benediction, pastor.
t Thelma J. Thompson
Mrs. -.
third held floor at 9:30 office a.m.annex., in the At rite.Arts as* Craft CosuUdeeMRf. Thomas; tag; chairman program, Mrs.committeeMrs. Leola West Union Baptists |

10:30 the registration Ida Mae Ford and Mrs.
committee will meet on the Elsie LakQer; sponsor committee Plan To Observe
fourth floor for registration Mrs. Eula Mae Jones,
of aU grand court officers and Elisabeth Sloan Mrs.
Mrs. ,
211
Women's Day May
representatives.The .
i Rosa Mae Stalllngs, Mrs Mildred ,
committee on returns will Re.
Thomas, and Mrs.
meet in the office annex at becca. Whltehaed; publicity The Women, of West Union
11:30 a... Heroines and Heroer chairman, Mrs. Wylene B. Baptist Church will observe

r I Ii' Dunbar; musicians, Mrs. Ber- their annual day May 21 with
nice T. Hodge and Mrs. Yen Mrs. Dollie Ford u chairmanand
Mae Drayton; decoration chair- Mrs. Annie C. Ross, co-
man, Mrs. Ines Kearse; and chairman.
1 pastor d the day, Mrs. W. C. Other officers are: Sunday
t. l I Mitchell. School, Mrs. Ella R. Wise,
t.Y W Sunday School at 9.30 a.m., chairman; Mrs. Beatrice
with Mrs. Mary Washington u Evans, co-chairman; morning
guest superintendent and the service, Mrs. Martha E. Cum-
lesson will be reviewed Mrs. mings chairman; Mrs. EstherB.
Victoria Farrell. Guest teachers Barton, co-chairman; evening ,
',mxt are:Mrs.MarandaTennant, worship, Mrs.Mabel Mcln-,
Mrs. Ullle I41dd1ebrooks;Mr.. tyre, chairman; Mrs. Dorthoy
Mary Small, Mrs. Mary Huey, Brewster, co-chairman; BTU,
Mrs. Viola Hagens, Mrs. Mary Miss Tnomaslna Kelly, chair
Daniels Mrs. Beatrice Hawkins man; Miss Aft Bell, cochairman -
)lrs. Virginia Mack Mrs. Miss Angel Perry, Miss
Clara Oliver and Mrs. Mary Geneva Tasker sponsors and

JAMH F. GANNON AnD Benton. ads, Mrs. Evelyn B, Anderson,
ILL. ED. GIBSON, S3 GRAND MATRONwill Morning worship at 11 o'clock chairman; Mrs. Constance C.
GRAND VENERABLE PATRON 4 I I't I with Mrs. Guide Mannings and Anderson, co-chairman, publi-
assemble at 10 a.m. The Mrs. Annie Mae Todd charge city, Mrs. Ruby. C. Bryant,
will meet on the fourth floor at Grand Court will open Tuesdayat .-'.. of the devotion. Processional, chairman, Mrs. Tbelma C.
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1130 for 8:30: a.m. Deputy A.M., 'choir and ushers chant and Nelson co-chairman finance
,
: a.m., prayer. PROGRAM-Bishop Julia Brawn win of the devotional .services ; ; ,
The Grand Council meeting Frazier will call the courts Biven Pre-Anniversary program, veral singing groups and soloist' selection, choir; scripture, Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon, chairman '
be for the Special
speaker of the
will be held at 2 p.m., in the together to receive the Grand 16 8 at the Elks Auditorium 712 W. Duval city will appear on the program. There will be no ad Mrs. Gertrude Moore; chant; ; Mrs. Mildred Bailey, cochairman -
Grand Court room and the Past Most Ancient Matron, Grand Street.Sunday The April Vermel, p.m.Jones, Prayer Band will have have charge offering for mission and education ; Mrs. Wlllye F.Den.
Most Ancient Matron's degree Venarable Patron and other ushers; prayer for mission nis, Mrs. Lillian C.Bell,music
will be conferred. Grand Court officers. I and education, Mrs. Ethel Mrs.Catherine Baucom,chairman

Mrs. Janie F. Gannon, Inter- The closing session will be Shiloh Usher Appreciation Dinner mission.CHURCH Carnegie; chant and selection,, ; Mrs. Ella Mae Rate, co-
national Most Ancient Grand held Wednesday at 9 .m. The choir Introduction of mistress chairman, Mrs. Maggie Black.
Matron of the Heroines of Jericho annual banquet will be at 8:30 NEWS ,of ceremonies, Mrs. Alvenlce Auxiliaries, Mrs. Sylvia
of the World and Jr.,Grand p.m., in the Atlantic Coast Line. Board To Given By Choir For McQueen; selection, choir;wel- Priester, chairman ; Mrs
Matron of the State will participate Building. .come, Mrs. Lucille Ezell; response V. Fault co-chairman; Mrs:

i at the Grand Session the Meet Sunday Mrs., Quarterm WALTERS MEMORIAL Mrs. Annie D. Collins; Katie Downer; ushers, Miss
I Most Worshipful Union Grand Services Sunday in Walters Memorial AME Zion Church solo, Mrs. Jessie Cobb; Introduction Leila Rich, chairman ; Mrs
Court. General AssemblyFor Choir number of the Philadelphia School with Eddie of speaker, Mrs.Willie Pearl Hudson, co-chairman.
Usher Board 3 of Shiloh Metropolitan one will begin with the Sunday at 9.30: a.m.,
The Court of Sorrow'wiU be Church feted in The lesson D. Lucas; meditation, Mrs.
Baptist Church will Baptist Brown Jr., assistant superintendent, charge Adventists To Hear
held at 4 p.m.,and the deputies Mt. Zion Apostolic: meet Sunday in the home of Mrs. Rosanna Quarterman dinner with "The Call to Repentance," will be reviewed by Rev. H.C. Lena Eliza George Rich Perry; speaker Wise, ;Mrs.Invitation -

Women Day Set The first general assembly of Mr.5232 and Bunche Mrs.Dr.David Woodwar, a in surprise the dining appreciation room of the church. Archie Morning, pastor.service begins at 11 o'clock. The sermon will Mitchell to Joiners, Mrs. C.W.Mrs.Rattle Elder SingletonElder
announcements .
Mt. Zion Apostolic Faith Church Members have been asked to Mrs. Quatermaa has served be delivered by the Rev. Archie Choirs 1,2 and Usher Board ; ,
In Jerusalem Bishop E. W. Mabrey, pastor be prepared to make reports on u president of this choir fpr, I will render service with Mrs Vera J. Rogers at the instrument. Burnell L.Sims Lester, Mrs.;offering Annie,Mrs.R. H J>. Singleton will, a be native the

will be held at the church, 1329 the special projectThe 't Hicks, and Mrs. Carilnla Jern- of Jacksonville, I

Baptist Church Francis .St., beginning"11.30, previous meeting was held ,..1 ', Igan; words of appreciation, speaker for the 11 o'clock Seventh services -
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. SECOND BAPTIST of the Ephesus
a.m.MoOOlY. Mrs. Wylene B. Debar I
remarks
Services Sunday in Second Baptist Church, Jacksonvlll Beach, ; Day Adventlst Church Sabbath
Mabrey Samuel
Women's Day will be observed Missionary Artie B. Collins Mrs. Mary C. and benediction
will begin with the Sunday School at9.SOa.rn.: with Superintended morning in the Academy audi
Sunday in Jerusalem Baptist will conduct the morning ser- Cummings thanked the hostess. S p.m., opening selection,
Oceanus Fluellen in charge. torium 2760 Edgewood Ave.
'Church southside with Mrs vice, and Mayor Louis H.Ritter
to Morning service begins at U o'clock. Rev. John C. James, ,choir scripture; prayer, Mrs.Henry Elder Singleton received his
scheduled pveth.addreuit 1
Beatrice chairman Gospel ProgramSet
as
Singletary selection choir
pastor, will deliver the sermon. Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 Gay; ; educational training atOakwood
and Mrs Minnie Thomas, 7:30 p.m. ,introduction of mistress of
will beheld will serve. College, Huntsvllle, Alabamaand
The Closing session
I
co-chairman.
23. Evangelist Andrew For Sunday District 4 will observe its 7th anniversary at 2 p.m. Rev. A. ,ceremonies, Mrs. Verna Dan Union College in Lincoln
Other officers and committee April ;isle mistress of ceremonies
; ,
McCall and McCall Arnold, pastor of Roberts Mt. Plsgah AME Church, will Nebraska. His early pastoral
Miss Jeanette I
members Elvira
are: Mrs. selection
deliver the Evening service begins at 8 p.m. Nealy; ; work was done in Daytona
Bostonettes and Mrs.Alice message.
Cofer, secretary; finance com- Singers, Sister Rosetta Cohen well choir; welcome, Mrs. Terry Beach Ocala Ft.
mittee, Mrs. Annie Jones,Mrs. Boston, Heavenly Fire known gospel singer will reader ft' EPHESUS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Reynolds; response, Mrs. Ga1De1YWet. ,Fla.
Evelyn Jackson, Mrs. Gladys Singers and othe singing a program Sunday at S The regular services of the Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Louise Clark; solo,Miss Dianne ,bus the Associate,
Hunt, Mrs. Ethel Smith; cap groups will appear. p.m., at the Living God PU-' Church will begin Sabbath morning at 9.30a.m.: in the Academy Mathis; reading, Miss Carolyn Presently
.tains, Mrs. A. Thelma, Mrs Jar Ground of Truth Church Auditorlun1 2760 Edgewood Avenue. Mitchell; selection The Soul Secretary of the General Conference -
Corlne Waters, Mrs Leila St. Stephens AME which U located at 35. Ecbor .. f Sabbath School begins with superintendent Aaron Lockley Sisters; offering, remarks and of Seventh Day
Brown, Mrs Doris Grant,Mrs St., Atlantic Beach. :, ,1jo' charge. The topic for the day Is "Christ A Personal Worker." benediction. BTU at 5.30: p.m. Adventist in Washington, D.C.,
Vernette Blackmon, Mrs. Sister Maggie Brown Is the ... t Morning worship begins at II o'clock. Elder H. D. Singleton with the president,Mrs.Wylene and the Secretary of the Regional
Emma Williams, Mrs. Mildred Observes Youth Day sponsor and Elder R.L.Cooper IS years. The choir presented of Washington, D.C., will deliver the message Dunbar presiding. Department which Includes -
Jenkins, Mrs. Beatrice Slngle Is the pastor. The public and Mrs. Quarterman with a lovely MV Youth Hour will begin at 5:15 p.m. E. Rahming and associates Evening worship at 7 p.m the eight Regional Con-
tary, Mrs Minnie Thomas; Youth Day will be observed other groups ar Invited. gift and her children gave her in charge. ;'Processional, choir; selection, ferences and churches throughout -
sponsors andadsMrs.C.Smith Sunday throughout the day In a beautiful bouquet. Teachers meeting Friday night at 7:00: o'clock. All teachers choir; scripture, 23rd Pslams; North America.
Mrs. Evelyn Toomer, Mrs. St. Stephen AME Church with Spiritual Tea Persons enjoying the affair are requested to be present. prayer, Mrs. Susie Dixon selection Mil's Diy Olsirniei
Easter M. Landers; program, the youths in charge, under were Mr. and Mrs.Cuss Hayes, Elder R.B. Hairston, pastor of the church will conduct the choir; introduction of
Mrs. Thelma Ray, Mrs. C. supervision of Mrs. W. R. Sponsored By Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kirby, Sunday night evangelistic services at 7:30 p.m. mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Slated Sii.ir
Smith, Mrs E. Toomer, Mrs McIntosh, Mrs. Wilston Blake Mr. and Mrs. Learder Boggs, Prayer meeting is held on Wednesday nights at '7.30p.m. 'Althea Badger; mistress d observed
Annual Men's will be
Mary Alice Jackson youth, and Mrs. Mallnda Wilson Pallbearers Society Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Griffin, :"e public is Invited to all the services ceremonies, Mrs. Corloe in Day Central CUE
Miss Barbara Williams, Miss The pastor, Rev. J.S. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, and Wilkins 1490 9th Mrs Sunday
wilt Mrs. A.W. W. St. Water: welcome, Thelma Church, The theme for the day
has announced that be will 43
Rlchardeen Jackson, Miss Pallbearers Society and Mrs. Earnest Quarter-
Mr. District U will meet at 3:30: p.m., in the home of Deacon'and Thompson response, Mrs. Is "Christian Men Confronting
Demetria Merritt. preach a special sermon to sponsor a Spiritual Tea Sun, man, Mr Australia Perry,Mrs. Mrs. Nathree Turner, 1578 W. 23rd St. District 12 will Johnnie Mae Moore; selection, Responsibility in the Local
Also Sunday School: Mrs. the candidates who are to be day at C p.m., in the Com- Carrie Blount, Mrs. Lucille meet at 3:30 p.m., In the home of Deacon and Mrs. John W. choir; Biblical Skit, "Splrtitual Church."
Geraldine McMllllan Mrs. read in and fellowshlpped into munity Baptist Church Baker Davis, Mrs. Janice Horace,Mr. Clark, 1977 W. 16th Street. The Youth Choir will sponsorits Lifter-Holy Ghost", featuring Services beglnwlthths Church
Gladys Hunt Mrs. Adeline the church. Avenue and Decotte Streets. and Mrs. Sam Davis, Mrs Ruth annual Spring Musical Tea Sunday from 3.30 to 6 p.m.,, Mrs. H. F. Maxwell and Miss !
Brown, Mrs..Robinson,Ethel During the evening service, The participants will include: Malone, Mrs. Florida Johnson, Caralene School at 9:49 a.m.The morning
In the'mala unit of the church. Moore Invitation to
Smith; courtesy, Misses Rosalyn a pew rally will be sponsored Mrs. J. Fedd,Mrs.R.C.Weelts, Mrs. Leona Daniels, Mrs Luvtala Joiners, Mrs. W.; C. Mitchell service begins at 10:45 o'clock.
and Marla McCary;decoration by the Planning BQard.AIUNDANT Rev. E.Johnson,Rev.0.Senior, Newman, Miss Debris sob Mrs. ., Rev. M.C. Merriweather, pas
Gladys Canty offering
Mrs. Alberta Smith, Mrs BUDS Mrs. Nancy Travis, Rev L.M. Darts, Leander Boggs Jr.,Carolyn UNITED BAPTIST ; tor will speak from the subject -
Mrs.
Mary Robinson, Mrs. Shirley Jackson, Mrs. Lucelllle Mel-' Boggs, Noah Newman Jr., Services. Sunday in United Baptist Church will begin with ,words, of Slyvla Sullivan; Christian Men and.World
Massey, Mrs. Minnie Thomas, In all, there are about 9,000 ton, JacuonSlogersandothers. Item Newman and Larry Smith. the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Morning service begins at appreciation, Mrs. Encounter."
Mrs. G. Hunt; publicity, Mrs taste buds in the mouth, the West Jacksonville Trueheart Mrs. Margaret Davis was in 11 o'clock.A .
Evelyn Joiner. Catholic Digest notes. Club will be host charge of arrangements. Glorious Aim Tea will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., In Interest -
of the Dual Day. The BTU will begin at 5:30 p.m., and
the evening service at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday night, Rev A. Allen GATEWAY COLLEGE OF BEAUTY
/will preach in Interest of the observance, and Wednesday at
'- 17:30 p.m., Choir 3 will meet for rehearsal.
Tonight, an entertainment will be sponsored in the home of 829 Peart Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
Mrs. Betty Williams, W.OranpSt.beclDn1neat 7:30 p.m,
in Interest of the Dual Day.

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Services Sunday in Wf. Moriah Baptist Church, 1953 W. 9th Make
St., will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with oIG I M
Superintendent Dewitt Maddox in charge Rev. Levy Green,
UPHOLSTERINGSTANDARD pastor, will review the lesson. Morning service begins at 11
o'clock. The pastor will preach the sermon. At 3 p.m., the
Holy Communion service will be held. Choir 1 and Ucher
Board 1 will serve. No night service will be held
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Presiding Elder W J. Foster will conduct the second quarterly Qualified, Licensed Gateway College
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fREE Rev. J.C. Bannerman, pastor. Advanced Training Methods 1s one of the finest
The Rev Mr. Foster will preach for the major services, and Facilities and most modem'
Sqtcbzatdwl" and the business slsslon will be held following the evening Night Classes Begins Every beauty schools in the
service. All boards have been asked to make written reports. Tuesday south.
'} t MZiNN In the Sunday School, Miss Hazel Bartlett was selected
$49 No' to represent the church at the anniversary of St. James Enjoy the rewards
AME Church Sunday School. of a fascinating and
NO MONEY Stewardess Board 2 will observe Its anniversary April 30. successful carreerl I
The Women's Missionary service will be held at 6.30: p.m.;
DOWN! CUSTOM UPHOLSTERED Choir 1'. anniversary May 21, and Mother-Daughter contest
May 11. The pastor has asked all ushers to meet Sunday at (Register For Door Prizes. Complete WlO.CARS and SALES)
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-. ic :ii V it *w s* .- 31'. with the Sunday School at 9.2S ajn., with Mrs. Willie D. .
82) Pearl Street Jacksonville
Lucas in charge. The lesson, "Peter's Sermon at Pentecost, Fla.
Phone 353 0983I'
will be reviewed by Rev. V.L. Thompson, pastor. -,

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I Education "Roundup BoBROtt Offers COzort Artist. 'World News Digest

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THREAT ------r 1111'To Curb ,t, BISTROS LEAD
COLUMBIA. S.C.r-- A (j. LONDONQiPQAccording
WASWNGTON-NPI complaint has been filed in U.S. '' : '' to Britain's Race Relation 'By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
) -Cov. '
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that Property Fraud' "
District court chancing
Lurleen '' board la reporting on Its first
Wallace Alabama has three South Carolina StateCollect ., "'. STAFF POST
threatened to use state troops to "S ..'t. year's" work, taverns lead the
students were suspended WASHINGTON VS. Rep.
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maintain school segregation. without proper hearing.The Charles E. Bennett of: Jacksonville list of the (S complaints which ,CfflCAGO-flPO-Named) last week as director of the recently
Her threat paved the way toward three- Joseph Hammonds has Introduced a bill to came under its scope out of launched Medical Services Project, National Catholic
another federal-state showdown .president NAACP state youth eliminate fraud from the 309 charges alleging racial discrimination. Conference tor Interracial Justice U Sister ROM Claire Te-
on school desegregation. Mrs. Tavernsaccounted el Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration She wUlpuot
conference ; Benjamin BryantJr. Veterans Home Loan Program. rag. :
Wallace asked that state legis ., and John Stroman*-were Bennett an 18 -year veteran for 51 of the 85 complaints the civil rights agency staff IngMng aid to hospitals nursing
lature for authority to take over suspended for engaging on- the state's public schools. If campus protests concerning would get at the called r: with 12. Under the Race Relations the needs of Negroes, Spanish-speaking citizens and American
she closed the state's public act, the board can only because of a bent-
limitation of academic freedomand "equity skinner" and carries a Indians who "suffer special healthproblemi
schools. If she closed tbe state's quality of education. Both penalty of a $10,000 fine and ,handle charges covering placesof age of discrimination and lack of adequately placed medical ser
40 integrated school districts entertainment, hotels, cafes "
the national and state NAACP five years Imprisonment. vices.
she could face a contempt court attorneys have Joined in filing', "Because of lax real estate and taverns.
citation and prvoke the federal the complaint. laws and slow foreclosure proceedings NEW .tKBER'
government to call out troopas --. 'STUDENTS FETE
It did previously Arkansas, LONDON-(NPI)-Integration in persons many States are, assuming unscrupulous -- CmCAco-NPI- e Pan MINNEAPOLIS Mlmm.-(NPI)-The nationwide Project j
an old battle In the Unite
Students
Mississippi and Arican OrganisationIn theNatIonlCathollcc Conference
Alabama the mortgage on Equality program, initiated by
States, Is coming: to England property, insured under the the Americas, Inc, has outlined for Interracial Justice last week ..el1edttranklby adding U
NORTH, TOO -tn a different form. Britain's Veterans Home Loan ,. a well-rounded program Minnesota religious judloatorles-representSng more than 70
Socialist government was seeking Program ,d events In celebration of Africa -
In the state. An laterfalth
community
with the deliberate Intent of n per cent of the religious
NEW ORl.EANS.NP1)-A.rul-( ways d Integrating"the exclusive making few, if any paymentson Freedom Week, April 18-22. action It has the support of major Protestaut Roman Catholic,
log by the full 5th U, S. Clrcui] so called publicschools" tile mortgage and cashing Locally, the group proposes an Eastern Orthodox and Jewish faiths throughout the state.
and the state
schools
Court of African: fashion show and group
Appeals
requiring for the in on rentals or other profits ,
Cross-
school desegregation"In Dixie public. Anthony dancing: ; exhibit of African PROTECTIONLOS
that be accrued before
was expected to affect Northern, land, minister of education,said foreclosure may Bennett said scenery, arts and music a
schools as well. More than the government seeks to. "Generally; an 'equity skin symposium on Africa-''Africa ANGELES-(NFI)-The city council has beeq studying
school desegregation Is required broaden the public schools' enrollment ner1 Is one who takes advantage 'e and the West*'- .nd a danceIn proposed ordinances: submitted by the West Pico Democratic

by the U.S. Constitution,the all academic"to include pupils well of of l homeowner's desperation CONCERT ARTIST Caught by" cameramen to pensive mooou the exhibit hall of the club, that would outlaw acts of flolence against minority; groups
court held. Public schools must ability as Sheraton-Chicago HoteL the ordinances would ban publication or distribution of bate
who
u social background to\ sell his property. In desperation soprano Carolyn Smith-Meyer, will appear In a benefit
"bring about u integrated the homeowner Is willIng concert for Levis Jackson Delgado foundation at Liberty literature based on race,religion or color,make theTislble display -
Mary school system in which NEW YORK-NPI)- .boycott to sacrifice his own Investment Baptist Church, Chicago April 23. A singer with good pitch TOP COW d Nut d ICKY carb: ,or threat to thelife of a mlnorty group( ,
there are no Negro schools and at Harlem's public School to dispose of tie and clear diction, Miss Meyer's voice has been described u LtJSAKANPI) Vexour a misdemeanor; ar J the damaging of property of minorities, a
no white schools-:Just schools.., was called off, even though boy property. The 'equity skinner' "ravlshlngly beautiful" The church concert will be her first Vinegar, an 11-year old Jerseycow felony
If Negroes are ever to enter the cott leaders' alms weren't realized. owned by a Zambian
offers little or nothing down U$. appearance since returning from successful European
They'had sought greater breeder has copped the "top
mainstream d American life as and usually represents that the tour. (NPI PHOTO)
community control and a voicein producing cow" title in Africa
schoolchildren they must have
house is Just what his family ..
equal educational opportunities the! selection of a new prin for the second year running
relatives need.
or
cipal.! The boycott reportedly by producing 1,902 gallons of Firmer Hails
with white children. Tbe "Often the 'skinner' offersto Congressman's Son Knoxville Professor College StrieRts
'court's statementsforeshadow was cancelled becuase It was milk and 959 pounds butterfat
the deed of transfer -
working a hardship on the community prepare In her ninth lactation Undis-
ed style attacks de facto tocomeouNorthern school segregation -- but hardly fazing school not,record but in the most transaction.cases will The 'Arrested For Dope Plans ArcheologicalHunt putably the best among Zam- For Wearing 'Ndiul' Hairstyle

officials 'skinner' may then rent the LEE Mass.,--(NPI>- Suspended Near Galilee distanced hairs milk the cows output, of she a Fries-. out:; DAYTONA'BEACH, FLAvNPICollege( students have been
REPLACED property at a oheap rental rate only recently from the
W
ASHINGTON-NP1)-Selec-( land cow Q,616 gallons of milk hailed by former CORE Director James Farmer for wearingthe
tive Service In order to get occupancy Immediately Windsor Mountain Preparatory "
System Director "natural
Lewis B. Hersheys discourteous WASHINGTON-
treatment at Howard university Jr. High School woman principal rent, be does not make the .rules Infraction, the son of Knoxville College has announced "For far too long, wi have own market develop it and
OPERATION
that Edward ISOLATION
was deplored by a stu- was replaced in the wake ofa mortgage payments Congressman Charles C.DliP. Dr.of D.Grohman i LAcooNPIMded been ashamed of what we are market It, tab advantage d the
dent leader-whose statement free-for-all attack on a gym "This can be done for approximately -' Jr., (D.-Mlch.) was in trouble professor religion, has been to fuel and sought to be somethingelse latest fad called the 'natural
grated leave of absence and left t the mounting secessionist
was deplored by the editor of teacher. The new principal, six months in my again last week when be was ; we are allowing ourselves hairstyle/ "
the campus newspaper. Student Rodney,P. Savoy, was expected own State because foreclosure arrested by state police for for the Middle East where he i fervor by Eastern Nigeria to be brainwashed; we are re' Farmer continued "I under-'
Body President Charles L. to require tougher discip proceedings take about that long Illegal possession. of mari will partlclapte In an archaeo- against the federal government jesting Africa," said Farmer, ''stand there Is a large cosmetic '
,Franklin Jr., said the students'; line at the violence-torn school. to complete. Thus, the skinner juana. logical excavation project in i was signaled last week when the now a professor at Lincoln firm trying to devlop a
demonstration which kept Hershey Mrs. Alice C.' Games, who Is who has purchased the propertyfor Charles C. Diggs m, 18, of I Jordan. slon government announced suspen- (Pa.) University. product to cultivate nature
The will be at Teller- of all
from speaking was "un being replaced, indicated that $100 down and rented it Detroit, was arrested after digging flights of Nigerian "There can't be integration hair tn an effort to capitalise
forgivable and irresponsible.." she could not work as effectively for $90 a month has made a police stopped him on the Rumelth. about 15 miles east t Airways to. and from Eastern of the proud and unproud unlessNegroes on the latest fed created by
Carolyn Carter editor of Hilltop as she would like at the pov net profit of$440 for the period. Massachusetts Turnpike for a of the Sea of Galilee, which i region, as a means, of 'Isor maintain It," be de- :Negroes '
the student paper, said ;erty-area school, located in a "Equity skinners generally do minor traffic violation Tbe many biblical scholars considerto r lating" the area In rebuttal, clared. Earlier In the week during
Franklin's statement "stinks" community set for urban re- not operate in States where marijuana was found on.him,. be the city in the Old Testament the Eastern rulers have Issued Farmer was addressing the the convention's first session,
and did not represent Howard newal.VETERANS. foreclosure may be completed police said called Ramoth Gilead, a call to all "easterners living United Beauty School Owner Dr. Marjorie Stewart Joyner,
students' true feelings. promptly under the State's foreclosure Young Dlggs entered no plea where Isarellte King Ahabdied.The In what Is becoming enemy and Teachers and the Alpha founder-naUonal.uptnlaor of
statute and where thereIs and vas ordered held in $2,000 excavation Is sponsoredby i territory" to return to the region Chi PI Omega Sorority-Frat the beauticians group accepteda
: no State statutory period of baiL the Pittsburgh Theological 1 immediately. ernity during their 22nd Annual symbolic key to tie city of
,redemption."In Seminary where Dr. Groham Convention held at Betbune- Daytona Beach from Mayor
Florida's Third Congressional Reported Dead once taught Old Testament religion ale Cookmu College, Marcb 20-. Owen Eubanks.
District which Ira and the AmericuSchool. Plastic food bags hearty April 2. She also was prestendatrophy
lint Is Ally ,
kitchen helper., and can be
of Oriental Research many
present, there have been manycases -- _.- .- reused after a thorough washing, Unless Negroes develop pride for outstanding leadership among -
of a flourishing trade' Excavation Is not new to Dr. with soap or detergent suds To, in their subculture, the whites the Business Women ofAnerlca '
THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE'S INC. by these parasites Grohman. He and his wife,Sara, dry them quickly after rinsing will continue to capitalize on, from Dr. Richard V.
I "Tragically, servicemen are have participated in excavationsat stuff with crumpled paper towelIng It, he said, urging the Negro Moore president, Bethune-
.; I :. "' : .n, '1' P" > J/ ",' prime targets of the 'skinner' Bethel and. Ashdod in Pales and. then "stand" them to beauticians to "corner your Cookman College
Of'630'DAVIS '': ST.: Is''Now''Taking" because of the need to sell .( tine. drain'On a'dlsh rack
their homes a burry when they
are transferred.
/ "Tbe Florida State's At-

Applications' For Its torney's office in Jacksonville'has I I
I spent considerable time:
and effort In attempting to stop

this practice, but due to Inadequate ..
I Veteran Class. laws the task has be ..

.; come n.arly1mrcls1bJe. .) ARKF
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D.C. Home Rule eA ae J J. THESE PRICES GOOD THROUCrJ'SUWY' AT EDGEffOOD AY[.

k )/ ,; ,
Is Limited By Law. WASlNGTONN1'IADag-
peal to the courts on behalf of DENVER Pfc. Robert E.
1 home rule failed as District Brown Jr., 19. bad been reported -
Judge William B. Jones threw dead by the Army, but ALEZA SUGAR CURED SMOKED
Enroll Now To Be Sure 0" out a suit challenging the constitutionality Robert's mother Mrs. Pearl '
of the district's M. Pratt received word that
\'. appointed governing body. the body being sent borne was WHOLE OR SHANK H
I. The cue, brought by the not of her son Robert Is still HAM LB47C
Place. American Civil Liberties alive but the identity of the 10-14 LB' AVERAGE

Union, will be appealed-possibly body was not known.
all the way to the U$. (TELEPHOTO)

CALL 355-9874 Supreme Court.

The ACLU suit compla1ned'that In order to teach a young child U. S. GOOD
the U7I Organic Act :- i pride In his or her appearance, be
which abolished local suffrage i sure to provide the necessary aids
and established the present ap- Including a bathroom mirror
I pointed-commissioner system l placed low enough for a little
-was designed! to prevent Negro viewer CHUCK ROAST Le. 47
residents from voting. He will enjoy "washing up" If
1 1u The suit challenge the con- J he, can ice "his before and after'
"pictures. And tooth
tiny
of the distr'ict'sgoverning a
stltutionallty
"I,
brother takes great pleasure In
body, the appointed.watching his reflection
three-man "exclusive" Jurist 'PUREX
diction over the district. ,
The home rule Issue long has '
bad racial overtones In view 1Cl"o
of the district's Negromajorltr. BLEACH
Y2 GAL.
Home rule supporters charge 10

voting that continued rights to D.C.denial residents of the ., (LIMIT 1 VITI $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER)

stems from a desire not to ,
let the district's Negro citizens
govern themselves. WESSON




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Key To ModelingBY WORLD Civil Rights RoundupCHANCES


NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL i GOODANNAPOLIS
OF BOOKS _
/ ( Md.-{(NPO-Chances were good that Maryland
Q. U there any tpe of clothing a woman considered short would repeal Its 300-year-oldbanon interraclalmsrrlageas the

can wear to appear taller? RHODESIA: BACKGROUNDTO state senate voted, 35.7 to void the law The measure now goes
A. it Is suggested: that shorter girls dress "tall" by selecting CONFLICT By B. VILIN- to the State House where It fell two short last year of: a two-
and wearing vertical lines, textures and fattens DLELA MTSHALI l With fore- thirds vote required by parUraenatry rules.However two-third

suitable to their small deminsions. Basically there Is no ward by KENNETIDKAUNDA approval Is not expected to be needed this ession. The Senators
stigma attached to being short or tall. Women are of varying President Zambia Republic; passed the repeal masure despite communications sent to

jeights and with charm and poise one can be happy and makeethers Published by HAWTHORN York each of them by a white segregationist purporting to be a group
INC. New
happy. BOOKS ; I of: Negro ministers. The old trick of try Ing to defeat civil rights
Q.What is the advantage of a facial? 255 pp., $5.95. measure by representing Negroes as opposlngltwas> quickly exposed -
A. Facials, whether they be given at home or in a salon, The strife -torn country of by Sen. Verda Welcome (D.-Baltimore), sponsor! of the
are expected to cleanse, brighten and smooth the skin. Rhodesia is carefully examinedIn
Facial treatments are considered temporary in their effectQ. this timely writing. A devastating repeal measure.

I have heard of "permanent" hair relaxers and "per confrontation between GREG PLANWASHINGTON
manent" hair strighteneri. What is the difference? a white minority and a black
-{(NPI)-Dlck Gregory said he planned to go to
A. The meanings are the same and often are found to be majority has wrought a schism North Vietnam this spring, despite a federal judge'arullne upholding
of a chemical forulaUon. There are several formulations on) which has plunged the countryunto the State Department's right to revoke his passport If

the market. At beauty salons, as well as at drug, departmentand a state of virtual siege. he goes to the war-torn country. "The power of the Executive
snyndicate stores one will find chemical hair relaxeri Mtshall describes African"naUonalIsm"
,
forbidden
(branch of government) to designate certain areas
or stralghteners made by reputable and well-known com as two-pronged to conduct
to American travelers falls within! the power
... These products be used for moderately curly and affecting both whites and
may
I foreign affairs," said< U.s. District Judge Alexander Holtzoff'!
hair. Curl Free is one of the newer and safer products that blacks. Europeans who have I Gregory had announced his intention last fall to go to North
be purchased at drug strores. For best results, one made Africa their home and '
may ., Vietnam, but never did. Instead he busied himself in a write-
until hair fear losing material advantages : < .
should remain "permanently" straight new grows ,' "I in campaign for Chicago's mayor,
from the scalp. Key Modelss usually wear "permanents" or exhibit "settler national '. .,4:" 1, ,

give appearance of their hair, because of the "permanency"of ism." "The A FULL LIFE is led by Mrs. Carle Nolan, cI Chicago, shown at work on a map In the officeof RELEASED
author
the treatment, and because of the absence of undesirable 'settler According nationalists'to the bold, with the Department of Urban Renewal. Not only Is she a cartograhper, but on weekends she PHILADELPHIA-{(NPO-Cecil Moore local NAACP president -

olllness. doubles and painter-of protralts and commentaries on the social scene; plays the French who spent 81/2 hours in prison-was released, after
their feeling
fanatical teal to
Q. How would you suggest caring for dry skin? whiteman' horn an Instrument not too' popular> with women musicians; and is a homemaker. Formerlyof being jailed for contempt of court. He was punished for using
Is the
civilization
A. It Is believed that constant exposure to the elements that Cleveland Ohio, she received her BJS. degree In art from Central State University ,a derogatory word in describing an alleged rape victim in
contributes to dry skin. A face with skin that Is dry should gift to Africa. Majorityrule
Wilberforce, Ohio. (NPI PHOTO) court. The rights leader's troubles came when be failed to pay
have soap, perhaps Dial, and water applied not more than by Africans regarded a $300 fine, and Judge Edward J. Bradley refused to accept
once a day, If at all. One with dry skin should use every as the road to ruin, the return ball. The court later ruled differently
opportunity to oil, lubricate and nourish dry skin. Cleansing to barbarism: the end of YOUR SOCIAL CAMPUS NEWS
should be followed wit h a skin freshener or bracer which all the white man has tolled GROWING

does not contain alcohol or other drying agents. Choose the to bild. The African Is re- SECURITYAsk DANVILLE, Va.-NPI-Tbe number of persons convicted

products that do the best job for you. This might require a graded as possessing Inherent UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER. within! two days for participation in July 13, 1963 racial disturbance
incapacity to overcome nature
little experimenting.Q. any young group of people grew to 52, as 23 more were convicted In Danville
am always embarrassed when I receive a compliment. and rule himself about social security and you "frederlck Douglass was the man he was because of his Corporation court. Earlier, 74 persons had been convicted of

Do you have any tips on how should conduct my self? The book describes Rhodesia'spast get the answer "something to drives, commitment Integrity, courage wisdom, Interest in violating an anti-demonstration statute. Six of the new defendants -
A. Always try to be as gracious as possible and show sincere history,colonization,early he made to the challenges
live on when I get old." These his fellowman, and responses convicted before of violating the statute, were fined
appreciation. To make excuses would show less than ample self-government risings and young people are forgettingthat he met," Asa T. Spauldlng president of the North Carolina $30 each and sentenced to 20 days in jail with 12 days sus

consideration for the other person's Judgment and opinion. traces governmental the growth and of educationalsystems. economic social security Is a program Mutual Life Insurance Co., told a University of Rochester pended. Sixteen were fined $20 each, plus 10 days In jail with

of lifetime protection and audience recently. eight days suspended. The 23rd defendant, 13 years old at the
Catholic SchoolsTo Voting Listing is richly. human The -story said unfolded sordid should be an Important part of Spaulding, who rose from office boy to preseldent of the time of the disturbance had to pay court costs,
,
family planning for the future. multi-million dollar Insurance company, gave the fifth lecture
Report On sometimes humorous but mosl
Offices OpenedIn of all tragic Social Security can go quitea In the University's three-month Frederick Douglass OATH TAKEN

Anfi-Bias Efforts way toward meeting family Sesquicentennial series PHILADELPHIA-(NPIPennsylvania's first Negro state
Delta States neereeeINTERNATIONAL needs but certainly Is not the Spauldlng noted that Douglass' life and works "are constant senator, Herbert Arlene, took his oath of office in Graduate
ATLANTIC CITY -(NPIne )- whole answer to futre securityof challenges to all of us to use our individual talents at Hospital. The oath was taken privately In order not to upset

nation's Catholic School WASHINGTON- Announcement RELATION your family. Don't expect all times as best befits us In the continuing struggle for the state senator who was seriously Injured in an automobile
superintendents have been told was made by the Robert social security benefits to carry equality of opportunity and freedom and justice for all people." crash. Arlene has been bed-ridden ever since he was
to submit reports on their efforts Civil Service Commission that AMONG COMMUNISTS McNeal Published, By the whole load of meeting your, rushed to the hospital an unconscious state
H. by
to prevent racial segregation. starting April 3 offices for ; family expenses. Don't discount
RRENTICE-HALL New York
voter listing would bit openedin ; it when you are laying out your PURDUE UNIVERSITY
Msgr. James C.Donohue,chief 192 pp., $4.95.
Georgia, Mississippi and Insurance or Investment pro SECOND
education spokesman for the Louisiana parishes because of The infighting among the gram. Onevltalfeatureofsoclal Youths who enter college directly from high school are
American Catholic Bishops> ,announced "concern about difficulties in various Communist nations Is. security is the disability partof confronted by anxieties not experienced by their classmateswho PfflLADELPHIA- the topic> of this newest offering to form an Interracial country club.Months
'that he had asked each Negro registration." enter the labor force. after Jackie Robinson
our
diocesan school superintendentto The governor of Louisiana by an experienced writer. dlaabilityprogramhastwo program.Our And this "Identity crisis" Is related to and re-enforced by and others sought to organize one In New York, local
draw spelling out Robert H. McNeal knows his found residential said Ernest leaders organized the Greater Philadelphia Golf Club. Both
up plans stated that there was no need benefit features; monthly benefits factors on any campus, E.
steps that parochial schools for such activities and no complaints subject. An associate professor are paid when a worker Andrews, of Purdue University's Student Health Center, groups are said to be the only country clubs owned and controlled

could take to reduce racial iso I had been made of Inability of history at the University of becomes too diabled to work Tuesday March 21. by nonwhites.

lation. of Negroes to register Toronto, he Is the author of and benefits are also paid to Addressing the American Orthopsychiatrlc> Association's44th
Parochial schools, he said, for voting "The Bolshevik Tradition: LenIn certain dependents of the annual meeting in Washington, Andrews said POISONEDALLENSWORTH

must not become "refuges for In Louisiana the parishes con Stalin Khrushchev'and tbt'editor family. To be eligible, the In- "The basic thesis evolves around the socil-psychologlcal Callf.-
whites" from school desegregation. cerned are Caddo, DeSoto, and of "Lenin, Stalin Jury or illness must be one aspects of the student leaving home and entering universityto community is poisoned with arsenic. And nothing can be done
He was referring to the Bossier Offices In Shreveportare Khrushchev: Voices of Bolshe which has lasted or Is expectedto live under circumstances quite different from those to about It. The community's 150 residents sent letters to

fact that only a small percentage at the U.s. Post Office, vism." last for twelve months, and which he had become accustomed." President Johnson pleading for help, but to no avail All
of Negro are RomanCatho- Terry building, and Hollywood Through 45 orginlal documents stops the worker from doing He discussed three fundamental and Interrelated factors- the wells In the city are poisoned with arsenic, due to a soil

lics, and thus, enrollment. of Baptist Church In DeSoto and and pronouncements, the author any sustanlal work. The worker how able the student is to accept the absence of direct parental condition County health officials have advised local residents t
'one's children in a Catholic examines the history of to avoid drinking water frbm !the town wells. But few In this
Bossier parishes they are located must have worked under social support, how able his Is to exercise the responsibilities ,
'School' would likety put them In a trailer next to the relations among Communists security five out of the ten year of this emancipation, and the problems he finds In his poor community, have the money to buy bottled water so
In predominantly white surroundings post office from the early days of Leninto before he became disabled.The university environment. they continue to drink the polluted water while government
the difficulties officials do nothing
the present showing
work does not have to be con-
< In Washington, D.C., for ex- Wash Your Hands, and rifts they have encountered tinous but must total five years. Pointer On Politeness

imple, about 80 per cent of Then Wipe The Sink -the Slno- Soviet This does not apply to an adult At T COLLEGEAn L1y_ Immaculate cleanliness
( public school students are Negroes. split the Hungarian Revolution of rule
A mother of five, interested In disabled child of a retired, deceased .son and apparel Is the first
But only 39 per cent of Tito's ostrclsm. audience at ALT College was last week told that the
her brood cleanliness disabled worker. of a gentleman
teaching good
or or Tidy.
the enrollment in the district'sCatholic habits-but despairing over Many of these problems he All people who apply for disability world Is crying for young people> who have high alms and

Schools Is nonwhite, the sight of the sink after eachhandwaahlnrhaa states, are due to the levels of benefits have their preparation.The .
Is 62 communication that exist speaker was Dr. Isaac H. Miller president of Ben
even though D. C. per come up with ; sent to the Vocational
cent Negro this solution. Attach a clip-on meetings between delegates Rehabilitation names Agency for the nett College He delivered the main address at the annual ROYAL ART STUDIO'Going

Msgr. Donohue said parochial towel rack to the sink, and use it presenting the national parties. State of Florida where they Day Convocation, a progrm which gave speical recognition
schools must work to end the to hang a small "wipe-up" towel. These two levels, Me Neal considered ,for rehabilitation to ALT students who had made outstanding academic records.
isolation between white suburban Each family member is expectedand says not only complicate the1 are services. Where possiblethis Speaking from the subject, "They're Out To Get You, If
schools and inner-clty Negro = required I I-to always wipe process of negotiation between disabled You are Ready," he told the group at the Charles Moore --- -
the evidence 01ot the sink after agency will help a
Gymnasium "The world seeks people who have convictions -
parishes through experi- nations, they also Indicate the his handicap young
sudsing and rinsing hit grimy person overcome
mental and committments who have cultivated their. Intellectual
conflict the between
busing programs. hands. basic clash and become selfsupporting.The ,
an Ideology of fraternityand social security office for and spiritual resources, and who are prepared to Out Of
Business
inject new meaning and principles Into the tone of our
WHEN YOU ARE ILL Interest.the reality of national self- North Ashley Florida St. in Is Jacksonville at 400 W. times." new

The failure of the Communiststo The hours are 8:30 a.m., to
BETHUNE-COOKMANCOLLECE
maintain an easy course of 4.30 and 9:00 PhotosAt
: p.m. weekdays : Pick Up
'''You Seek The > relations the moves
Best Doctor, among a.m. to Noon on Saturdays.What'i .
'When Your Doctor Prescribes. the author contends, may cause The Summer School Session at Bethune-Cookman Collegewill
.Get Experienced Pharmacists{ "international relations among S SC begin June 12th and continue through August 5th, according -
According To Your Doctor's Communists to blend into Inter new in hobbies Hundreds to Dr. Joseph H. Taylor Director of Summer School

Orders. We Use.OiJy The BeatQuality national relations as a whole seeing of them things in the and itorei you'll in the be The schedule of activities Include: Registration, June 12th;. Same Address
Drugs. which should be a net gain for months ahead. Exciting new Classes Meet: Late Registrtlon Begins, June 13th; Last Day
.armr the cause of peace." ideas and equipment were pre for Registration or Change of Program,June 17th;IndependenceDay
viewed by hobby_manufacturer Holiday, July 4th; Final Examination, August 4th j and
C.: BLACK Proprietor
E. Southern at the annual Hobby Industry
Slims Association of America Summer Convocation 10:00 a.m., August Sth.
.3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You show in Chicago. trade The Admission to the'regualr program of the Summer
DAYTONA EEACH,-{(NPT>- School is restricted to persons who have finished an accredited "21st & Ave.

.......-...-....A COMPLETE LINE OF....-....----... Some 200 members of the Sigma Monogram attention Models with. Inc. attracted high School The Summer School Is organized to; Myrtle
Gamma Rho Sorority from three boats of the kind a seriesof back. meet the needs of undergraduates who are interested In

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries. throughout the Southeast met in Ing up U. S. forces in Viet- pursuing courses leading to the A.B. or B.S. degree, and in- SAME PHONE 354.1894
convention recently and elected Nam. One fs a dramatic-looking service teachers who are Interested primarily in taking'
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Soror Velma Mark of Birmingham Vietnamese Command Junk courses leading to certificate renewal.JACKSONVILLE' .
Ala. as their regional with two huge ..n.. Another is
a Swift Patrol Boat used by the Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer
I Lilly's Drug Store leader U. S. Navy and the third is a

FIGHT CANCER WITH A River Assault Boat, also used UNIVERSITYC.P. 65 Mustang, R, Heat., 3-Speed .$1495
by our Navy. All are in 1/48 Sort i ......... .$1195
Chevrolet
1907 liNGS ROAD EL-3-8276 CHECK UP AND A CHECK scale with moving parts and a Lee,..associate. : professor of English at Jacksonville 63 ,. vi. Impala, liLli Course .

1ne complete complement_ of arma-_ University was named JU Professor of the Year today at 63 Rambler, R&H .... .. .. .. .... ... ......8 795

a luncheon held In his honor in the Prudential Building. 65 CADILLAC COUPE DeVILLE $3795

The winner of this annual event Is selected by faculty MTTM HURRY OR IT
NM C
I I' EAYI I members in a secret ballot, and a professor can win the WONT?tt HERE. All DeVille CONDITIONED.. .$4795
award only once. He or she must be a full-time JU professor .EiTHltoM Sedan MCTORYWAMANTY.

f and must have been on the faculty for at lease one 65 Cadillac' Calais I :. ......,......$3795

Y I IAl year. LOADED tlKE NEW, AIR' CONDITIONED.. ....$1895
i ,. ..
4 Lee 6S Rambler "" '
52, has been with Jacksonville University for five Y.a. OWM. Ale CONDITIONED.
years. 66 Dodge hie WIoOON.Dart 270 Series. .. ... .. .. .. ...,,1.1895
i He received his B.A. and M.A. In English from Washingtonand rywR. sTEEAINO VTOM... FACTORY WARANTY. '
Lee He 66 Plymouth Station Wagon .p.W.$27,95
University was then awarded a Rhodes scholarship
4 to Oxford University;where he received a B.A. degreeIn $loT' "'.BUT WC.W WIoIlIIANTY. .. '
66 Plymouth ERINO Valiant 200 .'. ..... ,$1895.
and
literature.Violators :
i AOOO fT0et5I English language IWR..TEER. 'ACTMY WAIUIANTY65 :
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WoA&iMOTii.
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i.f Are Accident 00 Chev.AUTO u!Su AANS er s rt a .N'TOP. i...,. $2595

.f I : .e* ijiik 65 Ford vs AIR coNcL Galaxie) "oofcoNsou.i 500 V-8 :. .. .. $1995

'1 Makers Says Patrol 64 1 Olds DOOR MW 98 Holiday. AIR CONDITION Sedan LOADED... .11895
OWNER LIKE NEW.
to. eraAArEi nEeN: TALLAHASSEE-Colonel H.N. Klrkman, Director of the Department 65 Ford AIR CONDITIONED Country Sedan ... .$1995
of Public Safety says that traffic law violators are .
.. T accident makers and backs It up with some convincing evidence 64 AIR Ford CONDIT10NE Fastback .... .. .., .:.. ... ........:$1295
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Department records show over 85 percent stall accidents Involve 64 Volkswagen) .$995

r violations of traffic laws by one or more drivers. MPdntiac .,,.$1295AUTOMATIC
Klrkmaa pointing to the deadly month of March last year said RtH. POWER.TEEAING.
the three major accident causes were speeding,4,568 accidents; 64 Chevrolet Impala V-8 .,.. ,$1295
failing yield right-of-way 2,877 accidents; and following too AIR CONDITIONED; 11&11 AUTOMATIC 1 I
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., closely 2,174 wrecks
... a, The Patrol Chief observed, "Too many drivers think of traffic R. S. EVANS
.5 law violations In terms of traffic fines rather than In terms
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In First Border StateANNA.POUS.
Md.-NPl-- .'. : .' palm-clad holiday land during May
vote basis j The month marks the beginning of the major honeymoon sea
Maryland has become the first
In Dllnols,, there wasn't much sum here, as newlyweds take advantage of the bargain hotel
border state to
pass a fair hope even for a watered-down reates to start married life In luxury beside !the seas
housing law. Open occupancy .
legislation, however appeared housing bill."I First special event of May is through Sept. t. The nightclubs
do not tile of
doomed ID Illinois, tile "Land a fair-housing see law In passage tile legislature fI the Intercollegl.Music Festival -, of course, provide dinning,dan..
of Lincoln" to be staged In the munici- cIng and entertainment sum
at this time" said GOT.
The Maryland bill, now be- 'Otto )Kerner, whose attempt to ivP X V? aye pal auditorium the fourth fifth1 mer, but at reduced tralffs and
for eo,. Spiro T. Agnew Is require and sixth.This will present win without !the top>> names of previous -
open occupancy by executive
Mrs from five regional college months.
considerably watered down and
proclamation was struck 11 _J w. '
has many exemptions.Its down by the state's courts. yp,1 and untlverslty Jau festivals The Miami Beach Symphony
around the country. orchestra will In the
strongest feature appear
appears
Even if such a law didPU..besaid
On state wUI.be the winning auditorium May 7 inthettnaleof.Us
to be its prohibition of racial It would be a "weak "
discrimination by banks or Unless, one bands, winning combos and win winter concert series. Sunday -
legislators move by
Ding vocalists, all seeking national night summer pops concerts
lending agencies in approval
AprU SO there will be no nope
of borne loans and mortgages. r recognition Most of the also in the auditorium, will be
of such bill
added.
a passing
The bill will apply to little Persons who support fair a ,11 ey bands will be made up of 18 to launched June 25, continue

housing In the state for the h elawsar.puUtoblam.because 22 performers. Combos, this- through Aug. 27.
next several years and will they have not expressed year it seems, are mostly, ..In line with Miami Beach's
vocalists bargain summer vacation appeal
The art -
affect more "desirable" areas themselves to their legislators .quintets.
at least. Gov. Kerner said. soloists.All greens fees at the city's
Complaints of violations] of the music will be modern, two 18-hola golf courses wlllbe
"We always hear from those
tile law will be handled by the who arc opposed" be said. much of it composed or arranged cut to $3 on May land to $loGO
by the collegians. for the par-three links.
State Interracial commission "Our legislators want to bear W
fine Miss USA beauty contest Hotel rate drop on the magic
in the manner in which It now from those who
prosecutes other civil rights support legis ? finals will be held in the auditorium May 1 date to about one-third of
lation. Some of them need some
violations. May 20, a prelude to winter charges enabling vac-
starch in their backs, some the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant ationers to obtain luxury accommodations -
The bill, was passed Justhours need a "
Just push.
w July 10-19. Girls from for about $9 to
before the close of the 1967 He possibility that nilpols w
session;; The House of Delegates 1 ,the 50 states will begin arriving $18 a day, double, and more
not
approved It, 8059. Then may pass an open housing a week ahead of the big night modest rooms for $35 a week.
ordinance could result in the \ ( ,
for rehearsals public Apartment prices decline similarly -
fittings
the senate, which bad passed loss of a projected JJ75 million _-
,
'appearances and preliminary beginning around $75 a
it earlier concurred ID House atom smasher in Weston a I ew
amendments and enacted the Chicago suburb. 'Judging. To the winner will go month and provlndlng u widea

bill, 2614.Members. si e about $10,000 in prizes a year range in luxury as do the
of the reapportioned To scrub door and window of travel and the chance for the hotels

legislature were elected for screens easily and quickly, apply % Miss Universe title in July Daytime fun may include sightseeing -

the first time last fall on a one- of soap or deterrent rude with a wad The remaking days of April fishing, tennis surfing,
nylon net.
'mark a diminution of most ma- skin diving and water skiing.
jor winter activities such as May temperatures usuallyrango

Your k1ft 1 horse racing, Jai alal and lavish In the 80s during the days, in
professional beautician <
1 the 70s at night
t fl" night club shows. However the so a summer
knows the answer. Miami Beach Kennel Club opens wardorbe will fill the bill as to

May 5 for greyhound racing what to wear.

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color unwanted hair? ROLLINS

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Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray also the featured performer with a nightclub act called "Mud- Players Golf Tournament at the City of Miami Country Club: Phone 226-2645

hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical relaxing

-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older GOY KIRK Disposables Fight Rising Hospital Cost 707 Lester Street

than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging Illinois Credit Medicare plus hOllpltal-relatec1lnfection: ," said I Thomasviile, Georgia
The
program
effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide Llndholm.
effectiveness of
haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while TO SPEAK IN private the continuing hospital insurance "The only logical source of
Reform Bills
coloring gray. plant, U taxing the capacity help against each of these
Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of and efficiency of the nation's enemies of the hospital and Its
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"their customers' preferences when unwanted becomes hospital, according to W O. patients LIndholm continued,
gray a Appeared Doomed MIAMI "
U the ingenuity and capability
\ problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi, LIndholm for the, director Kendall of Company marketing of American technology, working

permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide SPRINGFIELD IU.-CNPT Gov. Claude Kirk heads a list one of the country's largest with hospital authorities. CASHIER TRAINING INSTITUTE
to color the without the natural And, the most promising of the
only gray changing shade They Credit reform bills appearedto of top national and stat spacers manufacturers of hospital
.also find Loving Care blends back color faded chemical weapons science and the manu
... by have little chance this who will address the Florida products. OF MIAMI
yearin facturer have the
developed
Because of its mildness "America's hospitals more
processing. Loving Care maintains Illinois Council of IOC's sprint meeting disposable!" _
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. Senate Minority Leader In Miami, April 20-21. than stand 7,000 embattled of them as never- today before "Disposable" what?

Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her Thomas A. McQoon of Chic- Gov Kirk will speak at a against such major adversaries "The answer," said Llnd-
hair, she is always wise to consult a professjonal beautician. charged that the bills win die closing banquet Friday night u rising labor costs, holm, "Is disposable nearly
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand because they offend "certain (April 21)) Mowing a formal personnel shortages, and bed everything In everyday use in

the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most industries that produced campaign reception honoring the governor scarcities in addition to old the modem to surgical hospital.Instruments From uniforms I II

personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon.If contributions" to Ke> and Us wife. enemies such u disease and r Continued on page 10 r e

you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your publican candidates Scheduled to appear before ,
beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care? "I have been told that these the Council's general member- -

C CI.lrollncl967 Courltty CI.irollnc. Industries were upset, and so ship meetin g Friday morning .. PAl IS I d',4"J'
William 1. m (C-.1J A A'
back are C. Beaufort ...
the bills are being sent ; *; fc k -' < "_r. :

to commltttee where they'll be Florida Development Commission tTNORTMWEST II lrro r,." ""AUTO, .. 'HARING. s SU AINIW 'ia I i JOW OPEIfNovy
killed the Democratic legislator chairman; Martin R. .
,
Galnsbrugh, senior vice presl-. m.:*ufo if r II.
said. ;
x111 iwvn AlWllt' : & GOOD
Republican-sponsored credit dent and chief economist, Na- J', 'AlICIA" 'u(r.." j
reform bills were sent to the tional Industrial Conference I'r

WAMEDIAL credit reorganization divisionof Board, and Holgar J. Johnson, \

the Senate Committee on president of the Council for ... ._ JIa' .
Banks. Financial Aid to Education ",' .., ,.,..
Council members from around -.' ,
McGlooo described the credit Jl
: .'
&\: "'- HIGH
reform efforts as "strictly a the state will gather at the Doral.

phony" Hotel and Country Club for the NORTHWEST. AUTO & MARINE SUPPLIES

semi-annual session. They are .

1260 Before washing a stained garment expected to tackle a number 4925 N.W. 22nd AVENUE MIAMI FLA. '
by hand, bait around the of key Issues Including oceanography ,
i.u I PC went
", tats with colored thread. This tourism air and water
.' '
way, the spot will be visible even pollution, constitutional re- NOW is the time to do your SPRING I'I ',

when the fabric U wet form education and other areas DECORATING and see how you can SAVE I I I
FLORIDA'SRHYTHM In which the Council serves in with MARY
CARTER PAINTS. .2 Gallons
to tile
an advisory capacity
for ,
governor and state agencies ONE LOW PRICE.ONfcOAT.NO .

Beaufort will give the busi DRIP LATEX WALL PAINTB
nessmen-educators: the latest.
I ONE COAT COVERAGE
rundown on Florida's economy, I NO-DRIP-ENDS MESSY
Including details on some of the PAINTING A MAIDS
major new Industries coming e DRIES IN 30 MINUTES
Into the state Johnson wUl I OUTSTANDING HIDING

discuss "Business and Higher I NO POWER PAINTY ODOR. ,

Education": while GainsbrugQ .. ... I WASHABLE AFTEP
\ -
will report on tile "National ONI WEEK

Economic Outlook for 1967",
particularly how Florida fits GALS,

into the picture 2 FOR $898Auto

"This Is the most outstand- NURSU Ml I KEYPUNCH
ing panel of speakers ever to
address a Council meeting" Paints? Qts. & fc pts. Lac. Tinnel
sad Fred D. Learey of Tampa Auto Plastic Putty..Gals. Only Fiber- IJUIIK WWR

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PARE i __ STAR PAPERS SATURDAY AAPRIL 19. I 1917


D.I.S. Event Adds 2150Mil. Lillli Leaguers Get Potato

. + ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIESIN

1 s Off Racing Action > w "s DEMAND
CHlCAGO-CNPIM'The Amen Corner" author James Bald,

DAYTONA BEACH,- The Continental. der two liters with a maxi win's religious comedy drama will open a limited engagement .
Daytona International Speed- Many of the drivers who com- mum S liters aUowed-will at the Dunbar Theatre April 14. The drama, which hi*
has added 250 miles of peted la February's Trans thrill any race tea as they tour toY played Broadway California, and is now touring Europe, will
way raeinc action to Its racing American event-Dan Gurney Daytona International Speedway 'be presented by four local churches through May S. Stare of
calendar. The newly christened Jerry Titus Sub Tulllus, Par headlights cutting through the play include James Brown, Bessy Watkins, Jeanne Knight!
Paul Revere <50 will get underway neW Jones, Jolt Chltwood, the darkness, creating dry, Barbara Ellison and Bernard Sheppard.
at midnight July 3rd, Charlie Kolb Dr. Dick Tnomn.- exciting and bea.utlfullptCtaclt.
and provide and exciting cur- son, Mark Donohue-re expected Gates will open at 8 p.m., WEALTH CONSIDERABLE
tain-raiser for the Firecracker to be on hand in their July 3., for the midnight ride LOS ANGILES-CNPIMlnsw Ray Charles, Is a man of
_ 400 on July 4. Camaros, Mustangs Darts! of the Paul Revere ISO. considerable wealth Including a large building RPM Enterprises -
The race will feature the Cougars, and Barracudas. A which houses Us own recording studio and numerous
"baby grand nationals"and will number of NASCAR Grand National othr Charles business ventures. In addition to an estimated

be run over the Speedway's driven have also expressed White gloves, nylon hosiery, bankroll of nearly $1 million, Charles also owns a 40 passenger
3.81 mile road course-
ame course used for the Feb night event. dainty accessories need to be
Speed Weeks Trans American The sight of these highly tuned sudsed out after each wearing' "FREEDOM SUITE"WASHINGTOlMNPIM'Freedom
300 and the Daytona. Z4 Hour automobiles-*ota over and un- to be worthy of any wear. Suite", a symphonic representation
....- of the American Negro's struggle for freedom
was presented with widespread acceptance In Constitlutloa
Hall last week Penned by composer Edward Baotner and
k scored for orchestra, the symphony traces the movement
of the freedom struggle from the early days of slavery,
x
through emancipation, and concludes with the present civil
rights movements

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1D'I-GIYtIIr' MM pointers to email try before the opening of the Lime League baseball RECORDING LP
season In the County Recreational Department Is Julius Bacon, president of the Astro CHICAGO-(-flusky-volced singer Betty Moore, who
Gents Club which sponsors the project. paned a singing date at the Golden Barrel nightclub adjoining
The youngster are members of the New Deal Cab Company team. Jacksonville businessmen O'Hare International Airport last week win soon record
who are Interested In sponsoring a tea m may contact Bob Smith, public relation director her first album for Cadet Records A writer as well as
Q. for the Astro Gents Little League project by calling PO 5-2149. singer Betty win include her own tune, "Wbatcha Gonna
I 're 4 Do., in the LP. She Is remaining at the Golden Barrel

Powell Will Donate RoyalitesTo ',Jack Flowers Gains throughout April.


Rusts Groups Chutes First Place In The FESTIVAL P.uus-NPI-Th.acr.en GETS "DUTCHMAN"adaptation of LeRoIJones'Broad-

'way play the "Dutchman", has been entered In the Critics

Congressman Adam Clayton seat In Congress.Miss Jeanette Big NASCAR Events Week section of the Cannes Film Festival April 27-May

Powell announced this week Crawford, College Student and DAYTONA BEACH-Apre- It. Although the author Jones, Is a American, the "Dutch
through bis recording company strong supporter of the Congressman race selection of Cale Yarborough man" was entered as a British film because it was produced : -

Jubilee Records that all of his has been selected to to win the Atlanta 500 : In Encland.RAVJSHINGLY .

future royalties from his recorded Coordinate the fan clubs at a speed of 130.001 miles
album: KEEP THE throughout the United States, TUNEFUL
,. Qtlti per hour gave Jack Flowersof CHICAGO(NPI>-The Lovle Jackson Foundation will benefit -
FAITH BABY will be donatedto as message of support have Today Cocoa, Fla.f first
financially nd the concert-going public artisticallyfrom -
Civil Rights Groups and come from religious organizations -
place in the Pure Oil Racing
the performance of coloratura soprano Carolyn Smith-
other Charities. Arrangements fraternities and all types Panel of Experts predictions
e have also been made to offer of groups from most of the on the big NASCAR event at Meyer who will appear In her first American concert sincereturning
t4PdP
''' the record album at a reduced States in the Union. Atlanta International from Europe at Liberty Baptist Church, April
:' Raceway 23. A singer with an accurate pitch and fine phrasing, Miss
1' price of $2.50 of
per copy through Any person or group personsInterested 2
April .
the Meyer has been credited with ".. of the most
to possessing one
one of the Adam Clayton Powell in establishing an Two other men picked Yarborough -
Fan Clubs which was launchedIn ADAM POWELL FAN CLUB in ravishingly beautiful concert: voices..." The foundation Is
Canadian win estimates
Smooth to but their -
named for the late graduate of the University of Illinois who
Brooklyn New York last asked to
,your area, are con. of his speed were not
Seagram's V.O. week. tact Miss Jeanette Crawford colic to true .was married to Charles Delgado Economic Affairs secretary
as Yarborough's
It is hoped that FANCLUB ADAM POWELL FAN CLUB Senegal Mission to the UN, and who was a radio commentator
UMOIM/ mui-t SUMO Of UUCHO WHlMlia HI TEAIII oho WI MOOT,IUUMI tUTIUUI COMPANY HI.0. speed 431.238 as was and had her show
own English-French language over
IDEA will catch on throughoutthe HORS, 185 St. John's Place, Flowers''.
UJS. In of Mr. New York.Slowpokes Radio Senegal, in Dakar.EDUCATION.
support Brooklyn, Second place went to Bob Hoffman
Powell's efforts to regain hit editor Southern Motor-

Sports Journal with Yarborough TODAYby
Must at 133.110, miles per
"YOUR DOLLAR "' ; hour and third went to Bob Charles Coa.n
Adams Roanoke Va.) Times
( There are too many children and further host'
precipitate a
BUYS "MORE 'Spring To Life' with dale at 136.8M m.p.h., In the nation who are growingup of loclal evlli.
; Fourth and final place wentto without the'-bulo iktlleMceuary In view of our economic
Dick Williford Stock Car for future success u
wealth and our great reservoirs -
Says PatrolTALLAHASSEE Magazine, for his selection of Glutens. This 1* I nationwide of knowledge we are
. AT YOUR BANKER ; second place finisher Dick Crisis and the convergence ofdlesdvantsged pending relatively less on our
populations In
at1S1.4UmU..perhour. Schools than many poorer
Hutcherson, alum arete, the lack of socloeoonomlo
: Slowpoke countries. School today lack
FOOD STORE"YOUR ? drivers wire told today by the Under the Panel rules, opportunities the the commitment necessary to
\ QUANTITY PRICES GOOD Florida Highway Patrol that when only three Pan.1Iat.nam. marginal cultural experience, fulfill hula educational needs.
RIGHTS RJSFRYED 'THROUCU &SATURDAY they must .f'spilng ,to life" the winner,, the :' second place u well u the exposure to Invpovertahed Well-meaning spokesmen, try
HOME TOWN GROCER" and move ,with, th. flow of flnishertU\ vu ed to,determine schools, perpetuate log to meet the crtels, do battleI
traffic to stay alive on Florida's fourth spot
busy streets and highways.
'Florida's spring weather
brings to our roads two types
of drivers and vehicle which
SMOKED SLAB often cause problems with slow
moving vehicles" said Colonel I

..OIUI HALF of the K. Department N. Klrkman.of Director Public BRJiadial990eliresoililiren

BACON lB.39C safety.
First there are more tractors
and slow moving farm vehicles
on public highways. Second
there are more Joyrld er. Just
out motoring for the pleasures
of> outdoor activities, especially
SWIFT PREMIUM around beaches or favorite : :

picnic grounds.Klrkmah .
went on to say,
"Florida' law prohibits anyone I e s e
CHUCK ROAST U.45C fro,,! driving so slow, aa to impede I t I fit's'I
or block the normal and reaaonable w
movement of traffic."
The Patrol Chief suggests
that operators of slow moving
farm vehicles pull off the road AGo
WHITE PORNPOTATOESj onto the shoulder when traffics
U.S. #1 :,,1' about to pile up behind them.

NECK BONES Joyriders should keep their
peed adjusted to the normal
LB. flew of traffic.
t 2/25t Klrkman concluded by say1ng. ahead-be'a little skepticaL

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traffic Is like
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APRIL 1S. un STAR PIPERS IMC !R
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Rookie Pitcher GRID ALUMNI, :AID ,At Sekriit stars in the makingCincinnati Richard Stebbins


Gary Nolad GRABBLING SPRING 65 Cars EaterTrewsAM wits 'Signs Contract With [: SPORTS PARADE :: :]


Foil Of Fire PRACTICE SC- tI reds New York Gains

The La.-N PI-- By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALGETS
A real Cinderella story Is opened Grumbling spring football College practicewith Tigers SEEKING-The Sebrlng 4 Leo Cardenas, ZI-y shortstop of the Cinclnatl Reds, Sprinter GRAMBLING.Richard Stebbins, an I :

taking place in the camp of old pros Ernie Ladd, Buck Hours, round two in the U race played for the National League in the 196 Altar Game, Olympic gold medal winner from RECORD PACT !
the Cincinnati Reds this spring Trans-American Sedan Championship the third successive season he has been honored Leo led. s0v
Buchanan, J. D. Garret and Al Grumbling college, has signed BOSTON<(NPI)-BU1 Russell the first coach in the
In the case of Gary Lean Nolan Dotson serving as coaching assistants has drawn an the National League Intentional Walks with IS and was one of substantaU bonus contract to Negro ,I'(
18-year-old rlghthand pit- outstanding 65 car entry three N.L. players to play in all of his club's games Leo football with professional National Basketball association established an- I
cher from Ororllle Calif. play professional other "first" last week when the Boston Celtics gave him a ,
This Ladd! the 317-pound Oiler Limited to FIA homologated played in 160, all the Reds played. the New York Giants ,t,
6-3 190 pounder is in of not new player-ccech: contract estimated to be more than $1Z5ooo"currenUy ,
trainingwith tackle Buchanan the Inspirational made In series-sedans Cardenas hit 20 home runs and drove in U while batting Stebbins willbeusedasatlankt. ..
the parent Reds while on all force in more than 5000 co-305 cubic .251.' Cardenas'5 20 home runs broke the all-time recordof He was the Giants'10th draft the highest in American sports. Russell still had a ....
the Cincinnati Club's Sioux Kansas and pro Dotson who inches-and with a wheel base, 19 for a Red shortstop set be Eddie Miller in 1947. Leo, year to go on his a three-year contract,but the Celts brass, apparently ,

Falls, &A, farm club. To say developed City into, a steadying, Influence of less than 116 Inches, Trans- with 81 RVIs, made a serious challenge for the all-time choice.Coach Eddie Robinson asserts pleased with Bill's coaching tore up the old pact and ,..,

that he bas impressed greatly at Miami will do what Am honors and both are making Cincinnati record for rwu-Datied-in by a Red shortstop that the 5-11,170-pound speedster gave him a new one.

with his pitching Is putting it thay can to see that the defense points are awarded equally to which Is 87 set by Miller In 1947. is destined for por stardom -

mildly.Here U what N.L. is vastly improved, while Gar both over and under two litre and touts him accordingly. EX-TROTTER DIESCmCAooNfIHalleyllardir. d.
umpire retfs main function is to shoreup categories. p A 20-year-old honor student
,
I ,veteran sports writer and a
Donatelli revealed. "He's and the Italian ( ,
Angle Ford's Mustang
.
the best looking pitcher I've the running game.Garretf Alfa-Romeo GTA captured 1966 0s Stebbins graduated last Januaryand member of the original Harlem Globetrotters basketball team,
seen'down here in Florida this s main function Is to Trans Am honors and both I, is currently attending graduate \ died last week alter suffering a stroke He was 56, and sports
and I shore up the running game. bids for school at Los AngelesState.; editor of the New Crusader weekly newspaper at the time of
mean best.
spring are making strong
Garret is a tq>>-notcb Boston A gold medal winner on the U. his
Manager Dave Bristol declared Patriot halfback wins at Sebrlng. The 10 Ford s S. 400-meter Olympic relay death.

"We're looking for The pros cannot be expected "ponycar" challenge is led by .team In 1964, he was the toolsto
WINS '
I love what I've coast scribe Jerry Titus $5,000
pitching. seen to provide a coaching miracle, west become offootball'.moshccomp11shed -' 1
of Nolan No kicking no tugging Washington D.C.'s Doc Thompson
,
and if this .
things go poorly receiver; aptitude, ,
Bob GREENSBORO, N. C.-NPl-CbarUe Sifford, Los Angeles
pulling. He Just to work LeMans veteran
no goes ,'.
spring, their will not excellent hands, surprisinglygood '
presence .
week when be netted
and puts the ball over with Grossman and former SCCA pro had one of Us biggest paydays last I.
something on it. be enough to keep Coach Eddie national champion Don Sessler. moves, and speed. $5,375 for finishing fifth in the Greensboro Open golf tournament t
Robinson placated.It of His presence,alone with Henrr won by George Archer. Several years ago Sifford!, one of
number
"To be practical about it, The largest any
is traditional for former Carr Homer Jones and Clarence
the best tee off in became the first Negro to play in
from men golf,
him to in comes
having ready pitch single marque
Grambling stars in pro footballto ChUds, will give the Giants :
the Greensboro tournament.
the National League Isn't what Chevrolet with 16 new Camaro'Z2Ps
return to the campus to help yan.. the fastest quartet in football. :0:: '
you expect at his age, but ifs Among their driver are
with spring drills. New York can also bout of the
Mark Donohue "DAD NEWS" SURGERY :.:;
nice to know he's around. To' Can-Am star ,
Robinson admits that he has only two Olympic gold medal
me be pitches like a man who Canada's Craig Fisher, who,;
few encouraging spots on the winners on one team in the AFL-
wants a Job.Bristol finished second: in the 1967. a LOS ANGELES-NPI-Jlm (Bad News) Barnes, Los Angeles
team, and points out that the Trans-Am Cutain Raiser andCalifornia' NFL. Lakers star underwent surgery last week for correction of a I
recalled Nolanon ,
seeing
road will be rough. Carr and Stebbins were Olympic -, Achilles' ,
'
Dick Guldstrand. 'ruptured tendon, but was reporting making a speedy
a bad day in the Florida-
He quickly added that "we teammates in Tokyo. They
Instructional For sheer class it will be recovery. However, the Lakers of the National Basketball association -
Winter League seem to have togetherness, dedication also participated in the UJS/-
beaten the San Frandisco Warriors for the
beat the LincolnMercury were by
this past off-season. "He had and drive and concluded hard to Russian Meet in 1963. t
therefore won't be needing Barnes
title and
of three works Cougars Western Division tt
back but be entry
his ears pinned : playfully, "I hope>> we Stebbins attended Grambling
his head. He's level led by Daniel Sexton services again until next! season t
never hung "
can come up with the talent. on a track scholarship and play tf
headed; older than his years. With such .slave-drivers as Gurney. Dan is fresh from an''' ed football only one season.Despite OPPONENT CONFIDENT tf f
He has a sense of responsibility historic victory at the Brands
Ladd!, Buchanan, Dotson and his lack of experience,
which may be the result being tacle coach Leroy Hawthooe Harch-Daily Mall, Race of Stebbins impressed Robinsonand i i
NEW YORK (-Curopean middleweight boxing chamlpon
where he drove his -
a husband and a father. around to add persuasiveness Champions, his staff with his natural tI
V12 Eagle to its first-ever Nina Benevenutl is the type of guy who is termed "cocky" by f
"His I ball has
curve really a lot of influence will be exert ability and scouts with his
!
victory smashing Jimmy veterans of the fight game. Last week Benevenutl,who is challenging
surprised me. He sure improved
ed on the defense. steady Improvement.
world Emlle Griffith for the title
Clark's track record. Dan is champ middleweight
it since I saw him in the
Robinson candidly sited the Stebbins can make long over-
up 17 minced words in that lift
he'll
April Emile'stitle
1963 500 no announcing
backed-up by lady Leo I
Instructional League last fall"Catcher situation by asserting that new tleG"berciiJOhnsoo for the Reds' RBI leadership with the-shoulder catches in full .
Jim Coker says "His rebuilding program will take winner Parnelll) Jones, the man 81; and was the only Red to hit two homers In one gameon stride, and Is exciting with'a'

ball Is alive. Gary's sneaky time. who broke Gurneys four year three dlffernt occasions, On May 31, Cardenas hit two kind of recklessness appreciated EX-LOUS BODYGUARD DIESPHlLADELPfflANPIDeath
fast. What surprised me was Initial drills showd definite winning<< streak when he won the homers off Juan Marlchal of the Giants, one with bases by fans.
t t
his good curve ball." signs of progress. 1967 Riverside 500. empty and one with one on. Robinson points out mat us last week claimed a former
Pitcher Joe Nuxhall said "To Senior Cougar pilot is Ed On June 5th, Cadenas hit two homers off Bill Hands of build is tough enough to absorb
me this kid looks like a Integrated Girls' Leslie the Monterey, California the Cubs in the first game of a doubleheader at Crosley ,battering thick traffic bodyguard of ex-heavyweight champion Joe Louis and one o f t
sleeper." grandfather who helped Field and In the second game hit two off Ernie Brogllo for Richard Is also an outstanding Philadelphia's most prominent law enforcement officers: In'
retired Milton Smith 66 Louis'
police captain Smith.
Nolan, wbo was born May 27, Carroll Shelby's Cobras bring four homers in a doubleheader In the first game be hit punter. was
Cage Team WinsChampionship America its first World bodyguard when the "Brown Bomber" was in the prime of his :
1948 at Herlong, California was one with bases empty and one with one on.
the Red's first draft choice in Championship Leo led the N.L. shortstops>> In fielding In 1966 with a mark Pirates TennisThe career. Smith died following' a heart attack,
ASK BIG TEN PROBE
June of 1968. He was assignedto Another 4 Hour favorite is of .930 which tied Roy McMillian's all-time Cincinnati Reds'. Institute Pirates and former
Hampton CHICAGO (NPQ A prominent businessman
the Red's Sioux Falls club round one winner Bob Tulllus season shortstop fielding set in 1958. Broken
percentage
"NEW ORLEANS-.(NPO- The who tennis team won the first conference graudate of the embattled University of Illinois last week
Church Va.
in Northern (Rookie of Falls down to four decimal Cardenas had.9'l9'7 and McMillan
the League points, ,
Andrew Jackson Elementary his Dodge Dart as an in- match of the current called upon NAACP General Counsel Robert Carter to conduct -
runs
League). Before reporting be School, one with an integrated litre 9795. season u they downed Morgan "a complete probe" of charges of discrimination in the
The under two
dependent. Leo tied Vada Pinson the 1966 Reds ,
went with the Reds on a West- on for being the most
attendance and basketball team, will be' led State College, 90. mini "Slush' Fund" cue, according to a sports story In the
struggle by
ern trip to Houston,Los Angeles proficient In getting timely hits according to a list compiled
showed that integration of athletics Jacksonville Florida's Peter The win opened conference current issn of Jet Magazine. Ppresldent of Supreme Life
and San Francisco.With work but It by Bill Smith of Dayton, Ohio Lastyear's
not only season in grand style. Insurance Company of America, Atty. Earl B. Dickerson
Sioux Falls Gary was In Gregg, Porsche 911, was fifth Leo hit ,335 vs. the Phils in 1966 with 22 for 62. looked
really pays off CIAA Champs pointed out In the Jet article the strangeness that of 14
overall and first under two
12 games, pitched nine complete is of When only 17 years old Leo broke in with Tucson and hit 23 Just
This team compose good U the Bears were athletes involved In the controversy which resulted In the
in this round
games, bad a 7-3 record in five white girls. They won the litres Six Lotus-CorUnas years including one. homers in 1956, batting .316 and was selected on the All-Star not a match for the strong firing of three Illlnl coaches, only five Negroes and no .
104 innings,. allowing 76 hits, in the Public team. ,
city championship Pirate Club. whites were ruled permanently ineligible.Old .
26 runs, 21 earned runs,walked School Athletic league. No incidents that of Australian ace Alan Leo was the shortstop at Savannah in 1957, batting .255 -
30 and struck out 163 while as a result of the racial Moftat ar" also entered., with ten homers and 63 RBIs.

fashioning :.a.tZ, > ,?earner-run:: mixture have scoured either at : As a 145-pounder in 1958 at Savannah be was one of the Jantj< "
average. the school or during the city- SquanderingTalents cleat fielders In the history lot the Sally League, batting Baylor Presents:Ingenious Americans '"

Nolan graduated from Oro- wide contest. ..267 with 13 homers and was on the All-Star team. .,, ,
villa High (Calif.) In 1966 The Negro girls included Cardenas was called "Mr. Automatic" around the Inter 'f .Iy..01.'0r \", :-, w

where he played one year of Brenda Smith, Limye Gosquet, ,national League In 1959 with Havana u he led the shortstopin : :
football and four years of baseball Dorothy Sumler, Belinda Yar- A nlne-game 1967 football fielding and played in the League's All-Star Game He Y i S St -
making the All Star team brough and Linda Thompson. schedule, with the addition of connected for 13 home runs and batted ..25f.In .
three times and Most Valuable ,Morris.Brown College was, released his first full season with Reds, 1961, he helped the Reds 12SATURDAY
Player on the loam four strlght. to atop here at Albany State win the pennant as he batted .308 in 74 games and he played ,
Nolan, who married Carol A CAR in College this week by Obie W., ,in three Series games t r' ,;1 S
Widener of Oroville on midtown Manhattan; and the> O'Neal athletic director and Leo I batted .294 in 153 Red games in 1962; in 158 games ; ); ,
February 26, 1965, played driver asked a man' on the head football coach. in 19C3 he I batted .235; in 1964 batted .251 in 163 games; and :(, .
Little League, Pony and Babe curb, ;, mister, wAercV The Rams, who concluded the in 1965 batted .287 In 156 games and won the Rawling Glove .n, ,
Ruth ball and thinks Pete 42nd S'P"rm '66 campaign with a 4-4-1 record -. 'Award for being the best defensive shortstop>> In the N.L.J' 3"s ;'<

Rose Is the greatest,. player pedestrian," the man open the '67 slate,on. the 19C5. At {
he has ever seen". road with Miles College in Birmingham I
/ don't
growled. help aulomo- !
on September 23. Rams .Schedule yeywW' r Ij
bile!
Catholic Digest ..
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I Their first home date pits them,, .: ;", 'Z

against SEAC foe, Morris College Is Announced For ,: "', ;' I
here on October 7. i T ';
Morris Brown College, added 67 Football SeasonCoach I .t (' ", :
f v
to Albany State's schedule for ,, ;
x the first time, replaces Lane Eddie Robinson doesn't + ','

:College on the grid card. The believe in squandering coaching -... )I
Purple Wolverines Journey hereon talent. f 1
October 28 play the Rams. Grumbling College opened } : -

Homecoming has been set this spring football practice Tuesday ,Watch 1.1' t
for November 4 with Alabama Ladd
,year with pro stars Ernie "
., State College providing; Houston Oilers;Buck Buchanan, This Clown .'' / '
and 8ea'Rsotan"T'This the opposition. Kansas City Chiefs; Al Dotson, sl 4+ I
onvillt'a
j dlp1. < Largvit. ,- All home games will be under and JJ). a,,
m rtmUl; -*- ** M4*v**>*****w./W3.W ** Miami Marlins; : t,
week Fred waxes humerously the lights at Mills Memorial Garrett, Boston Patriots, helpIng -: 89 41 f.. 4, '. '
How do you describe a farmer? Stadium at 8:00 p.m. except the the regular staff put the; t'

"HE STANDS OUT IN HIS OWN FIELD." Homecoming game which beginsat pieces together. 51' 32 82, "' j
Ot court*, Htthot Ctnttr md 4t* enttrt ilttf maid b. roiitirfBred ZOO: p.m. Traditionally, ex-Tigers with \J
ocean Ifrmerl mid they hew (toed atop (1. tMlooiit The 1967 schedule is as fol- return to lend their: .,, ,, J. _..y
t VMII 800 bdoa Mr the rewlt of par w.ehlrp the pros 1 3 adatl/p/
ofdub itllorttMATU lows: Sept. 23, Miles College;' assistance each spring, and if8

Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 30, Robinson has indicated that additional -
.,IN AGAIN .01 THI
THIRD ITIAI6HT WIIK Bethune Cookman, Daytona; players from the AFL- i S Norbert Rillieux (1806.1894)He ( )

BEACH WHITING 49 C ,BeacbFla., Oct.7, Morris Col- NFL can be expected to Join A :

WMkM' h.w lege; Albany, Ga., Oct 14, Edward the lend-lease coaching arrangement i
nwoW. hew a 1&
111 wu '
Waters College, Jacksonville 1
= ., ,
tntwt sad H r Mm tun I* Chi '
aKhted t de.SPECIAL i Fla., Oct.21, South Caro. Willie Young, New York! 11 135 81t made all our livesa
State; Orangeburg, S.C. Oct., Giants, added depth to the staff }
TREAT 28, Morris Brown; All>>.nyCa., Wednesday, and Paul "Tank"Younger

IUOHIMOMJ moo FT) OFF S Nov. 4, Alabama State; Albany, Los Angeles Rams' 34-132-51 little sweeter.Norbert
I Ga., (Homecouming), Nov. 11,' scout, will brighten the outlook
SHORE HWORT III TIE CutE muM FBES1 1 Savannah State Savannah, Ga., Friday. Sometimes He's Up;Sometime

Now 18 Fort Valley State; Younger arrived on the professional -," :Re's Down, He Adds,Subtracts,
REDS RiUleux life that turned Juice into finer
DEEP SEA ROYAL lb. Albany, Ga. scene In 1948. He : He works it all around. began on a plantation sugar cane a VJ
played nine seasons with Los! near New Orleans.He was a bright grade of sugar at about half the coat The

JOIN THE AMERICAN CANCER Angeles and gained 3,396 yards.'I, 12 36 100 child and eager to learn. So his father, Rillieux Process was quickly adopted by
PRODUCED Oft MAYPORT Tank ended his career after anxious that the boy receive a good education Cuban and Mexican sugar refineries and
I $130SHRIMP SOCIETY one year with Pittsburgh. i 'COMING ATTRACTIONS tent him to Paris. Norbert Rillieux was soon the most famous -

URGE FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECKUP He was the last NFL star to Rillieux quickly lived up to all expectation engineer in the state of Louisiana.
L"I I AND A CHEC Ltun. earn all-pro honors at two 42 10 IS'MAN'S *. He published several papers on Several years later Rillieux returned to

different positions fullback i the steam engine and its economy and France, only I to find Europeans completely *
and linebacker-and ranks ass' DAYSNUMBERED was soon an instructor at one of the fin disinterested in his new sugar

one of the league's immortals.: eat Paris academies procca.So,he turned to archeol9IJ and ,r
Tank make the pilgrimage to education and tralnlna behind him, spenttenyearsdecipheringhleroglyphics.Eventually .
Grumbling each spring.In Rillieux decided to return to the U.S. toput Europe realized the valueof
his talents to use. the Rillieux sugar process,and adoptedit
'Man's Days are Numbered." In the early 1840's sugar was manufactured In Its refineries.With renewed interest
Health and Fortune Can Be by ulowprlmldvemethod known Rillieux again turned to engineering;this

all such program the Yours When You Know Your as the"Jamaica Train".This made it an time applying his process to the sugar
primary effect of the law I if Lucky Days. slve luxury that only a few couldafford. beet.Results: Sugar production costs

nonreligious or seculars any were cut in half.
benefit to religion ie incidents Lucky Colors, etc. One day, Rillieux ran his fingeri Norbert Rillieux did for sugar what'
Congresa hu applied the So- Seed $2.00 for your through a small bowl of coarse, brown Eli Whitney did for cotton.We may take
preme Court's finding in all Horoscope>> Guide for sugar,and felt sure that something could his Invention for granted now, but each

kind of program With fed. APRIL' be done to make it better and cheaper.So teaspoon of sugar that goes into our cup'
eral fund he work. of coffee should remind of this ingenious
a needy woman can Fill In the blank below anu set to
retire to a Jewish reat home, a mall to ZODIAC, Post Office By 1846 he had developed a process American.

low-income student can attend a Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. OLD TAYLOR
Lutheran college a graduate

student can study at Southern,, NAME KENTUCKYSTIIAIOHT BOURBON
DBFFN.ef1HAVU Methodist University, or a' STREET KINTUCKY STIAICHTIOUMON WHISKEY MOOT THE OtOTAnOH OISTIIUIY COMAN 'OtTi IOUISVIUE.KY.'

scholar can carry on research: .DATE OF BIRTH
at Catholic UniJe..l y. MOo Day


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WANTED 1 taStyu Wfes s .. Cups ROOM FOR RENT
IllY LEFT ,
Beauty operators, and barters. laY. Porter a nice couple or singe BUY A GOOD.

i New Hollywood Beauty and ONCLAIMEB ZI6 TAO p1-- man. Call 354-7510. ...__. THE FOR
i
FROM ADAM CLAYTON POWELL- Barber Lounge, 682 Ashley St SEWING MACHINE YOU
Call 3549774. T IAIDS. FOL lEI .$9.00 AT JONES' TIRE
I We tare two 1967 DW- ), II D ;;, 1'a TO $15 JUEK" SERVICE, 201$Kings Rd.Phone'Ze45W
HElf L WANTED Katie lit Zap, that have never .ranY :DP '
!
WE FIX FLATS.
' A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDS SALES PEOPLEMen been ,used.never They picked were layaways alp- Top Jot*NOW, bestbomesUN.

Customers left this area. We Y. City New Jersey Friendly APT. FOl RENT
and women, tor sell adv rUsing. 'are unable to locate them. Ytm tVmilies. Fare sent,rush refer.
during these turbulent times. ., Liberal draw, UberaJcomll.11oo. can have these sewing machines ikes.. FREE GIFT. Two bedrooms unfurnished.
You are aware of the legal easy work, quick Best Jacksonville location In-
for thsbalance of $47., each. MISS DIXIE AGENCYWO
problems which have prevented You earn $73 to JIM) if eluding stove, refrigerator, bat
sales. Cash terms.Phone 353-1M6
or W, 40th St:, N. Y. C.DeptCO.
me from-being with you're keen. Fringe benefits 11 deliver water and space beater. $70 a,
Anytime, no ob .
in Yorkas j
you personally New 164)
Apply MalnM
Apply: FLORIDA,STAR, 2323 Imonth.
i well as elsewhere. How ligation.SPECIALI call 355.4064433}! ",,l&th Street.
Moncrlef Rct'cor.l3th.Madam
.
ever, "IP A MAN FALLS.HESHALLRISEAOAIN1", Til MEN AND WOMEN
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I have composed a SPECIAL OF. All ACES HELP.linED
MESSAGE to you and to Margo take New IMPROVED NA-I bomealdN.Y.
the world called: "KEEP TURK TABLETS for that tired Top jobs NOW.best
THE FAITH BABY,"a record Palmist & AdvisorShe _. rat down feeling that keeps City,New Jersey.Friendly
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During the put few months, album I ARRANGED HAVE PERSONALLY Advises on all Problemsof iA1'11Y-' RL CORA theater,a General Foods employee time.Maxwell you from enjoying life 100, families.. FREE GIFT.

we have received thousandsof FOR YOU TO HAVE THE Love,Sickness and Business House plant In Jacksonville beanies with pride u Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets C.O.D.DlPmE 300 W. 40 St, N.Y.C, Dept
messages from our friends RECORD OR MESSAGEFOR she surveys the 1967 Camaro she woo in an Employee Sweepstakes $3.00. $LOO deposits (IIi

and well-wishers. Among ONLY$2.50ptr copy HOURS A.M. to 9 P.M conducted by the company. Her husband Jesse and PRODUCTS t SALES' -,
these have been many invitations and all future royalties will DAILY daughter Vickie look on approvingly Dept. FS 5937 N. Broadway
to speak or appear be donated to charitabl.oraanlzationL Chicago 111, 60626 ;HELP WANTED
personally, it has been impossible Located ('n /
for me to answer all r MAIDS, N. Y. BLEI .INI,
of you directly but,from the Placi Your Orders Directly To: WINTER PARK, FLORIDA 7 r Maxwell House Education Today WIGSGET :JOBS, salaries 1 to JSSjJire

depths of my heart I wantto ADAM POWELL 989 N. Orlando Ave. advanced. Rushrtteienies,
think each and ail of you FAN CLUBS HOQRS. (Hi-Way' 17-92 N.) Employee Wins Continued from Page t YOUR GRADUATION WIG phone number. A&LE MAUD.

for your messages of encouragement 185 St John1 Plica fctAppe, Co1164errnantarrocrrtourtdlsnian for one oomponent or another FROM DIXIE SUPPLY CENCr, 1M N. MAIN,FREE-
your prayers Sports CoupeOne of a sound school lystcm. They :PORT, N. Y..
and your general support Brooklyn, New York may struggle for experienced HIGHEST QUALITY
of the newer employee teachers or smaller claim or HUMAN HAIR
of the Maxwell House plant In a full school day for every
*mowiwnT
IN MTUM ee.nmrtn.mnm child. Each of these component

FOR SALE' than Jacksonville ever that 11 more General convinced Food *; U but unquestionably a school U important a unit NO'FINANCING OR CARRYING TEETHING} PAID

U the Idealeompanytoworkfor.. whose health U Indivisible.The CHARGES
1.Beautiful Lovegrove Acres Homes And she has a shiny new automobile Effective Schools program M.I rut se-NMI *. lltc MMiiM tjr
to prove It.1Ir. initiated by the United ': awnr 11 ywi.trklYm..... IrMe1eMM'N ,
EnJ
.. Con Shealey, who Federation of Teachers New ALL S54-3438 ... 725-4180 rdl.t' A.t
York and sArreucbi
City now the fa
on vie ranrYn
started working in the coffee .
of i : : :
verge expansion across the I.If ;;;
plant last December as a pack- nation U bringing new hope to FOR HOME DEMONSTRATION -.. ara-Je"" 1 t
er of Regular Maxwell House, our urbaA schools.: Already evidence .
was notified this week by Plant point to success In .
Manager Harold A. Colle that terms of pupa achievement, DW( :SUPPLY CO..ipc.;
she is the grand prize winner reduction in school and claw-
room tensions In an increase
In a EmployeeSweepstakeacon- In teacher, pupil, and parent HELP WANTED
ISABELLA OF PAWThat's
ducted exclusively for General morale, and In greater -
Foods people Her prize: 1967 community Interest and fenile Mel I have the Amfc-
CAN FIND Camaro sports coupe, which Is participation. lag superior tonic tablets, pep
being delivered to her by Riverside (M,. Mlle it national ,",If- TYPIST"tiT for all the things yon want to
dent
A BETTER.' of 130MO mtmbtr
Chevrolet. American Federation of Ttachart do. Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction -
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Some U, 500 CF employees AIL-CIO.. .frtt copies of 00,60 W.P.M. ACCURATELY.GOOD guaranteed or Money
BOURBON throughout the United States On Sffectivi School Program IN ENGLISH lack For Men and Women..
were eligible to participate: in may bt obtained oy writing UltlU
:,BRIE 1 the sweep stakes which was 10at", at 111 North RutH SPELLING '.e, StrtM, *ttb s. Ivy, h.d...
I Street Chicago, luinoii &$ii.J Apply: FLORIDA STAR
to remind them
designed of
.,f. '
j 33 Moncrlef Rd., Ju Fla.
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of prodnctsprocetsed
the wide range

1 3-Bedroom Cedar )Wood Hone and marketed by the Miss TeenageJanice LEO'SShe
five di HELP WANTED
company's -
Tenco Gas Heated Hot Water Heater grocery Elaine Jackson was
visions Birds Eye, Jell-O,
Tile Bath Venetian Blinds named "Miss Teenap" In a '
Kool-Ald, Post and Maxwell Nile RipiritiOf
contest held at James Weldon
House. The event also
gave
employees a rare chance to Johnson Jr. High School,where
Price: 9,0002Bedroom 1 she Is a student Aiy Kin
IICIeI1tC tab part in a QF contest, for WORK AS REPORTER
Jabs. who wan aver isneal ******.******
,when of this
promotions nature -
Cedar Wood Home
'I- ... ewYpeMY WILL TRAIN AS REPORTER ''Is Oir Bisliiss
ally
to the
Tenco Gas Heated Hot Water Heater are open general .....
public, employees are
company
Tile Bath Venetian Blinds America's Largest Selling BYiarOld Kentucky Bourbon ,inegligibla. Z323 Apply:Moncrlef FLORIDA STAR 934 E. Oiiii. St.
Rd.
Price $9,000 Across the country, more than
I Both Located 2000 Blk Bartram Rd. 260 other prizes were offered
; Schools: Landon Lovegrove $1.80 $3.49 $5.49 $6.95 including fin color television

Or yd pt. ptt firth sets, eight mink stoles, 50 Polaroid
Can Oner: Pkoii 724423EXTRA Qt, color cameras and 100-. .-
4 ,coffee percolators Each employee MORE LOCALWINNERS
who submitted an entry
ei lilt teases ,... t4ao
will recleve a gift box of new
mroaja their eaatrl-
<' <\ SffOP'.AT YOUR W CF: products. bilious enabled her many to win the

:i'l I, ; WAREHOUSE STORE Regional Sigmas contest She .Is. the (laughter of Itr. I

> and Mrs. James Jackson of

: b S' ..H A .P' 3000 W. 451h ST. 'Elect Gr., BasileusThe ,1572 W. 9th Street.


\ r Southeastern Region of ,I
.fr.Vh' : < '" PRICES IN THIS AD Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, .'Seek Applicants' For

The store that cares..about you! :' ARE GOOD THROUGH Inc Mark, of relected Birmingham Soror, Alabama Velma Federal Prison JobsThe

: ..... ... as its Regional Syntaktes during
; .- SlTIIIIYIPlIL.I5. the regional conference held in VS. Civil Service Commission -

Daytona Beach, Florida this last week announced a
week. nationwide examination for
About 200 members gathered Correctional Officers In the
SPECIAL VALUE EIGHT O'CLOCK YUKON CLOBBEVERAGES from seven southern states to Federal Prison Service (Announcement
discuss sorority business and WA-7-11).
adopt new polcles. The conven- Successful candidates will be s WINS $100Mi1.
1 COFFEE lon theme was: "New Thresholds appointed to Federal jobs at

of Responsibility In a grade CS-6, starting at 15,867 v Robert Yickroy of Jack.

Changing Era." per year, and satisfactory x sonville Florida his
got
l Other officers elected were: completion of a prot&t1onar1tra1n1nr ,

1*. IB, BAG 49C Evelyn Hood, Board member year nay be promoted a $100.00 winning Tigerino
SAU UCSPECIALI 15 1CANi. M from Atlanta Co.; Arselle to grade CS-7 at $6,451 per ticket at Harmon's Enco Sec-

i'' Messier, Board member from ,ear. vicenter.,
Columbia, S. C.; Carolyn Copies of the announcement
I Favors, Grammateus from containing all essential Information
Tampa, Fla; Anna Klnnard,And and applications for tau
.irammateus from Nashville, examination may be obtained
Tenn.; Verneka SUva, Tamla- from any Interagency Board
chus from Miami, Fla.; Mag- of Civil Service Examiners or WINS
sior
LAUNDRY DETERGENT SPECIAL! CABOT BRIQUETTESCHARCOAL .41e Green, Reporter from Bes- from major post offices _

aermer, Ala.; Clara Hewitt, Mrs. Jacksonville '
Pine Forest School Bernice Poston,
Campus Coordinator from
COLD POWER Jackson, Tenn.; AltameseJttles Florida won $100.in .
To Present ComedyPine
Chaplain from Tampa, instant cash at Taylor'sEnco

Fla.; Rubye Lloyd, Sergeantiarms Forest Community School Servicenter.
; and Alberta Jamison seniors win present a three- e
GIANT
PKG.{ Parliamentarian act comedy Friday at 8 p.m.,

[LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00. kQQ Soror A. 0. Davis of Baton In the school: auditorium. The
19c' Rouge, Louisiana was selected comedy entitled, "'1bt Girl
OR MORE ORDER) I SARI210L5. u the nominee from the Southeastern Next Door." p
: Regional for National
The comedy revolves around WINS S5T
Grand Ba '
I -- eua. the Irving family of father,
I.4'I I 't 11 !Iv 1JMs The group also named future mother, daughter and high I Mr. Wally Sellers of Mariet-
i Rueterw. meeting areas u Spartanburg school: ace Andy, the son, 1s a #.1
Florida
BEEF FRESH FLA,. ORANGES 5 IB.II. S.C. In 1968; Miami, Fla. in Interested In the next door to, won $50.00 pick.
"SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN : 969; Nashville, Tens, In 1970; neighbor, Alice the daughter, ing up his winning: ticket: at

BONELESS FOIL' 'CUT ROUNDSTEAK Bessemer, Ala. In 1971; and has been in New York where an Humble Servicenter.
Memphis, Tennessee In 1972. 'written novel that
FLA.. she has a
GRAPEFRUITS ,
FRESH
SU. Visiting sorori and officers everybody In town la talking
from other regions included: about

k BAG Annie Lane Lwrence Synti&tes The characters are: Frank OTHER RECENT WINNERS!
Central Region, Chicago, OL; Harris, lletvlna Swill, Robert
i EASTERN hIpEf111flEi and Naomi Satchel, Chairman Jones, Linda Petty John Sam I MRS J. L BARNES MR. BEN M. SMITH
t ; of !Board Philadelphia Peon mle Thompson, Edith Law-1 $100X0MR. 5100.00MR.
Hw host chapter was Beta Iota axe Willie Lee Melton,Basel
Sigma and Beta Eta Chapters, Mae Donley and William Oils .WM.W.KINGSTON RICHARD B.TURPJN

Dayton Beach, Florida. Simmons, student director,. 51,060.00 $500X0 .
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IB, IS 3' ru 89JDfEIIISlI" Fight Cancer DISPOSABLES MR.HENRYWEIGAND' MR.W. a HERRING

1 tit BMiifir Continued from page 7 $50X0 5100 JX)
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ROOM FOR RENT today's trend is to use them
Tarnished room lor' rent. once and then dlipose of them
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Man ) In the incinerator. With nearly Play 7/gerino
a J .Single or Couple. Hot ax. week that new @
every pue
enld water. C ft 888-8863,
1 DELICIOUS TENDER SMOKED WHOLE .*' turn are added to the IM.-.
; Safety, savings, and efficiencycom It your 'local'
In several


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'I LB Bedroom suite and' miscellaneous JeDt fabric c a s be removed bJdabb1nC
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