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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 22, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates:
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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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The reason for GaltherpuHng'{ ,. Duval School Bd. MRS. MARY SINGLETON ENTERS !
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speculation. RACE FOR CITY COUNCIL SEAT

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Caliber to return to the Gate ,
A well-nown Jacksonville wo for filling the vacum that exists
IPIi way City where citizens have ** man threw her hat Into the on the City Council
lUll all out to support the political ring last Wednesday The dlstaticandldateforCoun
mot Involves 1$44 choice Compulsory ,School'Aflendlnce Law when Mrs. Mary Littlejohn cilman is a graduate of FloridaMM

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41r Kuied unconstitutional By JudgeIn "I as a teacher In Duval Schoolsfor
7 "., i a number of years. She
one sweep. Circuit Court Judge Roger J. ,Waybright currently operates the Singleton
I tossed out the Duval School boards claim against four Negro barbecue ribs business.
.,
\Leaders accused promoting boycotts which the school board Born on the Eastslde of Jacksonville
'1 ; say cost losses u high u $258,78448 and also ruled that ( ii Mrs. Singleton Is serving
I Florida's compulsory school an appointive two-year
: .. attendance law Is unconstltu- '
1 ..UIUo 'M1 I term on the Housing Board of
f. !; The school board was also state aid. 4 I Adjustments and Appeals u
,.1 .. ,seeking a ban against Negro The defendants denied they + secretary and was also named
boycotts against Duval school promoted any boycott,and charged ,to serve on the Local Governmental
.I.IIII Dismissed of the claims for that the school board laactulalry Study Commission

,damages resulting from the 1964 did not lose any money ,
and 1966 school boycotts were They contended, however, that I IIt.tI11'l
--- Rutledge Pearson,NAACPStat J they bad an absolute right to Whit ComesNEW

MERIDIAN_ Mlssv-Samuei H. Bowers, Jr., (L), Imperial Wizard of till White Knights and Jacksonville branch pre- cause such boycotts under the '
.,.- ot the Ka'XJIIr'1Clu-, militant Mississippi Wan organization: HesIWba County Deputy S S'a. ,(Jldant.r"' Wendell. P. Holmes; ,, freedom of speech.clause.!. oft- ? i1 I
I, .Cecil Price (R) leave federal court after formal arraignment on charges they conspired ; ._ chairman the Citizens Committee UJS. Constitution.
with, 'IS .others to kill three civil rights Corkers !neprr Philadelphia. Miss., ID 1964., for Better Education, In Judge Waybrlghf opinion; :' -
COACH 'MRS.
Both entered Innocent pleas. TELEPHOTO (JAKIGAITHZ9.Tribune. Rev.'Charles'B..Daley and. Rev. the boycotts occurred because MART L. SINGLETONthe 'YORK--NPI)- What
R.L.Jones.Some various members of the Negro City Council, representing causes a racial outbreak?
Whites What Gaither u well as 14 member of the CCBE ethnic group became discon- Ward 2, the seal held by Lem Leaders cam up with all sorts
18 Deny University of Florida, Florida and the,NAACP wendlsmissed tented because they conceivedthat Sharp who Is facing charges of answers last week-ranging
Harlemites Want State and the University of Tam- earlier the school board was not following a grand Jury Investigation from racial agitators,bad living
Killing Civil pa are objecting to u stadium Judge Waybrlght said It .is proceeding fast enough to desegregate corruption in City Hall. conditions, attempts to blame
tenants Is the withdrawal of "blatantly obvious that a 1959 the Duval County public A farmap' ftrhnAlfAaitiar- Ura- Communists for the trouble,and
1,344 choice seats from public amendment to Florida's com' schools" Singleton Is ;wife of the deceased charges of a frame-up by white
Rights Workers sale. pulsory school attendance law The Judge declared that the Isadore Singleton, them leaders to problems within the
Their I
Adam BackWASHINGTON made that statute four Negro leaders through
It comes u a result of the unconstitutional .D who made Jacksonville black community itself. I
'MERIDIAN establishment of a "slddity" in its application to both a well-publlclxed"direct action famous
Miss.-NPI)- for barbequed ribs and In New York, the United Presbyterian
Eighteen Mississippi whites -(NPI)- gress. Stadium Club that has a mem- Negro and whit children." program/ cause the boycotts.He was equally famous for his Commission on Religion ,
have denied conspiracy charges Where now, Adam Clayton In the nation's capitol, Congress bership fee of tai which en H* said, "It denies equal protection said Holmes was the"primemover" political activities. The deceased and Race blamed recent j I
civil speared unperturbed titles members to a choice seat of the laws to any child and Pearson "was almost
In the 1964 slaying of three Powell? by Singleton made two unsuccessful racial outbreaks In Nashville 1
rights workers., No one appeared to know, Including Powell's smashing victory in to all stadium events without of school age,". equally as prominent. bids to unseat Sharp ,and Louisville on "ghetto conditions -
They pleaded not guilty In the Powell, In the wake of the special election Rep. purchasing a ticket "A child, Negro or white, He described the NAACP'sparticipation before he died that cause minority
court of U.S. District Judge Dan his overwhelming reelectionto Emanuel Cellar (D-N.Y.), who Berlo Vending Machines Co., who enrolls In a school in In the boycotts,as In a telephone Interview Mrs. group unrest-massive poverty
M. Russell, Jr., who said be the seat denied him.by Con .headed a House panel which of Miami, a subsidiary of the which races are not commin. "more .diflcult to evaluate." Singleton said many people Ill health, miserable schools
would bold a hearing May 16 gress. investigated Powell's fitness to:', ABC Corp., has the concessions gled Is forded to go to school, 'He said, be was not convincedthat "from both sides" had asked and housing, and the lack of
to decide whether to accept their Powell wasn't say ing anything, serve, was asked whether be,contrjft but a child who enrolls In a the school board proved her to run. economic and political power.
motions lot dismissal of the Congress wasn't taking any actIon thought I display of humility school In which the races are that the NAACP was Involved., She said: "I am not a politician The assumption that ''re-
charges or require them to one way or another on his I lit)., Blithe commingled need not. "The complaint would be dismissed but I know the basic volutionary outbreaks and riots
stand trial. re-election victory, and the "Yet segregation of the racesis as against that defendant thing we need is representation. of the poor" are caused by'
They have been indicted in the Bimini vacationer's federal!r Kiss 'Mike no longer valid u a basis for that reason alone," I have a, lot of time to community agitators in the nation's Negro
slaying of Henry Schwerner of court suit against Congress Up for classification and has not be said.A efforts and believe that ghettos Is "fatuous and misinformed .
Brooklyn James E. Chaney peared to be at a standstill. been for some years. bill to take the unconstitutional if I get this (office) )jit win give ," the commissionsaid.
of Meridian, and Andrew Good The "roar" of silence from ; UNITED NA TloNSNPIDr. )- "It was the evident legislative tag off Florida's compulsory me a better opportunity to serve .
man of New York. The three all camps was deafening. There .. Martin Luther King Jr., intent, In adding that school attendance law the people of Jacksonville.Fore Th* only way to solve the
civil rights workers' bodies was a chance the Issue mightbe and Ralph J. Buncbe appear-' specific proviso to the law nt;; was calendar rushed to the House one thing, I know bow the problem of public disorder in
that school attendance Monday.The .
were found burled near Philadelphia was people feel and I am familiar
fading away as the former ed to have kissed and made' "our cities is to dispel the
Miss Congressman remained out of IE), after becoming embroiled in to be'compeUe4 unle..the races bill, eliminating an anti- with their needs and aspira, mood of decltlxenixatlon, hopelessness -
The 18 whites were Indicted trouble In Blmlni and kept his a verbal battle over the fpraper, were not commingled. Integration provision from the. dons" disrespect for law
on charges that they violated mouth shut on advice of counsel. "urging of a" combining of the Waybrlght pointed out that attendance law, passed theSen. Mrs. Singleton said she accepted and psychological alienation
an 1870 civil rights tatatute by One Indication of the way things y fervor of the civil rights move- "staying away from a Florida ate Just hours before Judee'Waybrllht the challege to seek now rampant In the ghetto"The
conspiring to get with each public school .is not a crime, struck down the law the post despite that she recently -
were going in the Powell camp ment with the peace movement commission took issue
and urging parents tokeep their as a denial of the equal
other and other persons... to was given by a new postloo f ." ; protection I underwent an operation with the idea that "any single
children clause the
from .cbool1.lnot of federal
Injure, oppress, threaten, and taken by his former top aide. Dr. Buncbe, under secretary away ,and later suffered a broken rib, Negro leader, organization or
Intimidate" the three dead men. C. Sumner (ChuckStone; Jr. ,for political affairs of the U.N. urging the commission of a constltltuion. because she recognizes the need movement should be blamed
crime.
The accused men, free on $', Stone Is In Gary, Ind., working ADAM CLAYTON POWELL, asserted that Dr. King should for the revolutionary outbreaks
000 bond each, face maximum for the re-election of MayorA. ....Fate is banging not try to lead both a civil "With reluctance, and some Win Medical ScholarshipPRil13N1A1UlDr. and riots of the poor.
of $5,000 fine and 10 1mprlslonment. Martin Kats. Katz sorrow, this court reaches that "We cannot the
years Opposing might boost Powell's chance of rights campaign and a crusade conclusion No long-term ------ accept argument
,In the predominantly Negro, being accepted In Congress."If against American Involvementin for the Negro ethnic good that social unrest In the
Among them are Neshoba steel city .is Richard Hatcher, he'd throw away that swagger Vietnam. come from group can ghettos .is the work of a few
County Sheriff Lawrence A. a Negro. stick, it would have a mark Speaking u a NAACP director keeping their children agitators Removing and repudiating
Ralney <43< hi s chief deputy, Stone denied his new job Indicates ed effect on the House," Celler Dr. Buncbe said Dr. King away frOlllscbooL""Whalenr the Negro leaders will not
Cecil R. Price, 28, and Sam a split with Powell He said-but humility was precisely should "positively and publicly for children future holds bring peace to the cities."
HL Bowers, Jr., 42, Identified significantly noted that be did what Powell was not give up one role or the other." children Negro or for all In Nashville, Mayor Beverly
by the FBI u the imperial not help Powell In the special likely to show. Dr. King retorted: "I'm not be that futre can only' Briley blamed racial disorders
bleak
wizard of the White Knights election because "there's no There was some question going to quit either publicly more for a child who' at local Negro,universities on
of the Ku Kin Nan. work to do." stays away from t poor school black
whether the March 1 House or positively He added later than for child power champion Stokely
In Harlem, a former Powell exclusion of Powell was still "A myth credits me with advocating whatever a who gets Carmichael, who made several
First formal .
Negro Woman political ally John H. Young civil education Is speeches In the area' week
; valid in view of the new election fusion of rights available.The a
asserted that"we've had enough victory However, it did and peace movements. I bold before the trouble broke out.
school suit
Named Medical DeanNEW board's
dilly-dallying in Blmlni. If s .not matter as long as the ex- no such view. ; "I think be and his aides and
charged that the
NAACP and
time for Powell to come back Conrressman remained InBimlnl. "We do not believe In any the their thinking have generated
YORK- Dr. Jane C. to Harlem and face up to his merger of fusion movements, three four Negro leaders caused tats situation," the mayor said.
Wright has been named associate responsibility." Meanwhile, the federal courts but we can equally believe that boycotts d public schools Many students differed.Some
dean of the New York A former member of Powell's by Negro children Dec. '-9 of aid the riots
added to the logjam when the no one can pretend that the 1964 were Just a way
Medical College,making her the staff, Young is now public relations VS. Court of Appeals declined existence of the war is not profoundly 24 ; March .-, of 1966 and Oct. "to let off some steam."
first Negro woman to attain director o f the poverty to hold an Immediate hearing on affecting the destiny 1966. Th board claimed Meanwhile, the Student Nonviolent -
that level In any VS. medical agency Haryoo-Act and chair Powell's contention that be of civil rights progress," be that between 7,000 and 19,716 CoordlnatingCommlttee
college, according to officials man of the Congress party, should be seated. said. .children were absent on those charged that students who rioted
of the Institution. which bakced Powell's can Thus, the case must go This statement apparently dates$3.33 costing the school system at Fish University Meharry
Dr. Wright, 47, Is a cancer didacy in the re-election. slowly through the normal appellate pleased Dr. Buncbe, who said per absent child In Medical and Tennessee State
researcher. Her father, the "The people of this district procedure. Earlier a be accepted "at face value" 'Young Turk1 Holds Colleges were victims of a
late Dr.,Louis T. Wright, was need representation In Wash u.s. district Jurist had denieda the disavowal by Dr. King of calculated frame-up, by white
the first Negro physician ap- ington. Powell's return means plea for a three-Judge federal any effort to merget the two NAACP Presidency leaders.
pointedC1tpHospltalandtbedUy'a that be will be arrested, that's court to bear arguments and movements."So NEW YORK.(NPD- Presidency i On April 18, a student was
: all right. People have been arrest Issue aprellmlnary injunction far as I'm concerned-and of the slat NAACP ) Dasell Deta Simpson, cnalraua of lilt arrested by a white policeman
first Negro police surgeon.Dr. against House leaders. stal)- I speak only for mysetf-Cr. remained In "Young Turk" scholarship committee of till Dad*County A.cademJcllled1c1De Onlookers protested"police
Jane Wright had served "It's Adam Clayton Powell's Ushement of such a court would King's disavowal of any such hands u Donald R. Lee a .is shown presenting the 1967 scholarship award to George called out the riot squad which
u an associate professor :duty to come back to Harlem have allowed an appeal from its Intent takes car of the Issueto Buffalo anti-poverty official, Sanders, a sophomore at the University of Miami School ofMedlcin was fully prepared and waiting
of research surgery at and go to Washington to demand decision directly to the u,. which my statement has been was elected New York NAACP *. (5** story on page 7) ,
.Ne>!' York University his rightful seat In Coo. Supreme Court. directed;" Dr. Bunch added. president In a special election( (Photo by Johnson of Miami) (Continued on PaCt Ten)

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SPACE 2 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY APRIL 22. 19&'U

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THE FLORIDA STAR
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NEWS 4

little that can be done to live S e i ,
be
;..; Published by the Florida Star Publishin t CDmDan.s '...../% extremists there seems from to their suicidal rush to defy federal laws aid
.7. In the lace d growing anreDe. -
;: cI
tNEGRO q the conscience ass must sear out
MEM $ ,lead.' by their Southern region to prosperous that future they marked by rscialpeace and

of
the their dreams a racist past
Confederate for their altl-
flag, prepare
P TIONAL and, clutching l the
mate oeieas,
The latest gesture of defiance comes from
*, Mrs. Lurleen Wal
d Alabama,
,, ERIC 0. SIMPSON Editlt : the governor of former governor George
lace rite
Mnallal' ;>: .' ....., -, -,. -- .- Wallace., She recently addressed the state legislature EI
-
O 7 I that Alabama's schools
'J' and proposed
Circ.latioi ,
HILDA VOOTEN ..... Muater'f' '
control to avoid com-
-t! ': : be turned over to her
,. ; ..: .. II..... with federal court order desegre-
; ._ _., ; .. .. ..'. "J she talked of
,
a 2323 Moncrief Road Phil Elfii 4.6112 S ._ ; ; '.. ,_ the gating'them.state police: To'back force.; ,-up.her threats, enlarging

swirling through the South, hit Mrs
5 The winds of change are
Mailiof Address Wallace refuses to come out and feel the breeze. Southern.

,31 style segregation Is doomed and demagogic appeals to defy

;2 P.O. Box 599 Jacksoirille, Florida 32201 federal and Judicial authority will only be met with counter-
force., Most responsible leaders in the South have read the
:l handwriting on the wall and are preparing to lead the South
OFFICE
MIAMI
back into the Union. Alabama cannot stand alone in defiance

tit 018 NW 7th An. Phooe 151.3819 of the recent United States report Constitution.A Issued by .the Southern Educational Reporting .

eit t Service documents some of the progress which has
SUBSCRIPTION RATES been made. last year only 6 percent of Negro school children
One Year $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 In the South were attending school with white youngsters. Now,,

Mailed to You Anywhere In tbe United states 16 percent of the 3 million Negro students In the region attend

i Subscription payable in advance desegregated schools.Of .
Send check Order course, this is far from a satisfactory number, but the
or Money to:
I S strides taken in the past year have been rapid. The figures
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 590 would be higher but for the Intransigence of Mississippi,

)0 Jacksonville 1, Florida Louisiana and Alabama, where less than 3 percent of Negro
"JoeP" students attend schools with white children. An Indication of

The Drunken Driver Must Be Curbed the need for progress here Is the fact that mor "
! nr """"*"
schools
students are enrolled in all-Negro
It Is high time for our lawmakers to 0 'when the Supreme Court handed down Its sob! i

J, enact laws that will deal effectively gallon decision. ;

, : highways.wJtA drunken drivers on our streets and "JUST DON'T WANT TO() GET INYOLYED"e..Irrr.rr.rrr.r..rrrrrrrr.rrr.rr..r..r.r..r.r.! school The UJS.districts Office comply of Education with the Is law trying by setting to be:guidelines era /

jlJ; Why we haven't done, much about
which measure in desegregating the schools. The
this problem be laid at the feet progress
may
r- M court decision which so enraged Alabama's governor upheld
"what will it cost?" and "what taxes these guidelines and left no doubt that the federal court will
.
.- can be levied?" 1 tolerate nothing shor of full compliance. Many Southern

Our State Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner 1! YOUR Weekly districts would like to do away with the guidelines and replace -

Broward Williams has devised a them with "freedom of choice" In which Negro parents
1 could "choose" to have their children attend white schools.
P'l a n which we think could be made We all know that such a "free choice" often ends in beatingsor

effective. His proposed legislationwould firing from a man's job.

include increasing the minimum ; Horoscope Guide The court said that the aim of the law Is "to bring aboutan

driving age, periodic driver reexamination Integrated, unitary school system In which there are no
"
Negro schools and no white schools-Just schools It wenton
vehicle inspection and I 1
periodic ". to say that "If Negroes are to enter the mainstream of
centr'al zed record and .' American life, as schoolschlldren they must have equal
PABLO
controls. By The ASTROLOGER "
licensing educational opportunities with white children
All of these are good, and the proposalto ; This Is obvious, as Ohioan as the will of the federal government
require a drunken suspect to consentto 1 I to enforce the laws of the nation. Nothing can be gained
'WH'ICH 1n and much can be lost by appeals to use force to close the
take .'alcoholic test" will do much ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR of slander
\I' schools rather than Integrate them or by campaigns
to crub drunken driving. '. ,'t,- -" .. against the government and federal officials sworn to carry
'
In addition to drunken driving, we have out the law.

other dangers on our highways, and they BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL. In 1963, Governor George Wallace reached deep Into the
include bin of outmoded ideas and came up with the pre-Civll War
: i} doctrine of the "Interposition" of state power against federal
: .
the freeways and _
1. The slow poke on .... -- --- -- -- -- -- ---. -.- "- He made a grandstand play for the television cameras
-- --J!!! '" _- rr.r, -- .- -- -- .. rrrra/ power.
byways. by blocking the door of the University of Alabama to prevent
registration of a Negro student He had to back down then and

2. The speed demon who casts aside all AWES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN the governor will have to back down In this fight. I only hope
that an ugly confrontation can be avoided for it can only make
caution! and' abandon" ""ii : .' .., a serious situation more tense and racist dl ardsil
Jor. y :.I)" .. BORNJIRCN : BORN JUNE BORNSEPT-" encourage ,,
+ <-' f f-V*:...< : 'a< .' t' l'"r:' : .. BORN' DEC \ to flout the law,, -
3. The drivers'who p pro c '1 211..I',1L, 19th 23-OCf. 23r( ; I can't help wondering ,why' some people'"In-Ugn I'tfflce in
main thorough-fares by side roads 221d-JULY( 22 22nd-JAN. 19th the South go on in their "lost cause" when the only outcomeof

without looking to see if the right- Acrimony creeps In.Hot words Have it out with your selfTherela Watch ttwpendulura.Thosewho their Illegal behavior Is to weaken local government and

a-way is clear for entrance. may still be exchanged simply not profit perpetuating the tug I have earnestly studied the universal Play about It close. The Intentions less you reveal the bring about the. very federal activities they,profess to fear

because no one wants to be the of war within yoursel1forthe. laws are well aware your or '

4. Impatient drivers whose tempers get tirst'to give In. And those who resulting tensions can become) there 1s a rhythm that responds to advantages those who you could already become possess re-, THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYRecently
may h a ve problems stemming very disturbing. All the differed to some sort of high command.
the better of their common ,sense ,from Job or health conditions, Ideas that crowd into your In the affairs of humans as wells vals, the better your chances of

and judgment. may be more hard put than most mind should be analyzed one by of nations,the pendulum first obatinlng an even break. There the manpower administrator, UJS. Department of
to keep from shoving irritation. one and disposed of ''> swings and are a few days when you should through
according one way then the o- not ask for Labor, approved a Demonstration project aperated
5. The discourteous driver, etc. The only trouble may be that the to your Judgment to which will ther. live would only learn to do or.loutospareyourae1taomed1sappo1ntmeDt.nor grant any fav the Jacksonville Urban League, Inc. Project ASSIST, as it Is
other party may be upset by contribute most to future happi likewise, in parallel lines,many titled, Is an action-orientated Job-upgrading program for
Discord in
domestic
same or similar dlfflcntles' ness. It may be helpful to your troubles we encounter would be high school graduates, men and women, between 16 and 35
We urge our Legislature to do whateveris making Just as hard to maintain pressing dilemmas with anyone avoided So ills In .the lives of and professional environments years of age, unemployed or employed who are having difficulty -

necessary to bring more safety into a calm and conciliatory at- In the family, or with a trusted many Llbrans at the m"ment.'It.. of hand could somehow get out, In obtaining entry Jobs that approximate the highest of
to the distress
of all
automobile driving. titude. It may be sensible for one friend, whose Judgment and Integrity is not timely to take either positive those The their potentials because of obstacles of special tests, needed
or both to consult special professionals -' are above reproach,especially or negative actions connection concerned. possibility educational background skills, or personal motivation.
of
Social 'Security Increase Coming Soon to get at the root of on 30th. with existing or projected hwerever reconciling they differences exist is, Charles Wilkerson, Jr., Area Coordinatorof
may ,
whatever may be on each associations but the is
wrong simply to project attempting to bring more
There has been considerable talk aboutan Me. 4-60-55-19-964 let nature take its course. Unnecessary most promising during P.M., males Into the program. [
of the 30th. You may be the first
Increase of social security benefits, 1-90-17-131IW LEO worry can get you one to recognize that peace and One of the lessons learned from the explosions 11
but we almost sure of it on the down and detract from earning tranquility are major requirements of violence in Watts, and other cities
TAURUS power was that much of the frustration which caused I.
September 1.Amendments. from now on to insure
BORN JULY
these explosions was resentment on the part
providing for higher benefitsand BORN 8-50-2Z-13-864 peace of mind. of the young Negro male at not being able to playa dominantrole
APRIL
other changes in the program have run 23rd-AUG., mi 6-90-88-15-132 in the family structure. This is a result of many factors
into logjam of legislation in the House SCORPIO .1 e. The traditional ease Negro women have experienced In

Ways and Means Committee. What is more, 2Oth.MAY 20th The moment Is decisive. Leos ,AQUARIUS finding employment as domestics etc., while Negro males
who have have been excluded from the market at the
been trying to postpone BORN OCT. effectively job
the
proposal is of the most
one compli- If s a bit rougher.While It can- an Important decision may unskilled and semiskilled levels, and is reflected In a
,cated pieces of legislation to come not be claimed that the preceding discover that this will not work BORN IAN pattern d illegitimacy and family abandonment that persists

before Congress in recent years. quarters were a bed of anymore. The moment has come 24th-NOY. 22nd In spite of all efforts to correct, it.

The Committee is in favor of increasing roses, these one could pale them to face life's truths and the realities 2Ot4-f EB. 18th The problem is both economic and psychological. This;
Social Into comparative insignificance. of the world, and to reshape Blame the right one. When one grogram is detinged to attack the problem on both fronts,
Security benefits, but it can be Is Don't in the dart It is
Lucky are the Taureans your lives accordingly. dissatisfied with one's self, grope> by providing role models, by this we mean to graphically
expected that the increase will be less who are It Is quite natureal to place the better to refuse to make up your
completely taken up by Travel conditions remain on the illustrate that choleces are really avaIlable now and that
than the 20 per cent proposed by our hobbles or artistic pursuits,and doubtful side as do financial blame somewhere else than mind when you have reason to if a man chooses he can Indeed find his place in the sun'
President. who reamln indifferent to the prospects at homeand In your where It belongs. This could doubt the validity d the facts or Through research, the Jacksonville Urban League has recognized '

Those in the know believe that the race in which the rest of the profession. Those who are not disrupt associations that had promises that are presented. It a need for this type of program. Therefore, special
world participates. Many who In the seat authority may consider -, better remain Intact for the sake could turn out to be too costly to training sites will be set-up on the Westside and the Eastslde
increase will more than likely come to are, will hare to strive along themselves a bit luckier of everybody, especially the ignore this admonition while in order that more people can take part In the program. We
around eight per cent as supported by .with the others and should take than those who are. Unless you younger members of the family. certain persistent but unpredic- have employed on the staff three special trained advisors to
Republicans who want to avoid an added both gains\ and defeats In their. have Incurred debts strictly of The social life may be going on table planetary influences arediU assist you in getting the type of Job that you want.A .

burden in taxes for the Social security stride. The art of living is a a personal nature, you should at a merry pace, but you must operating. The same risks special job market survey has been made to find out what
program.If problem In Itself, but It may assume have less worry about financesor also take into account whether that appeared previously are Jobs are available and the requirements for entrance or
second place to difficulties financing. your pocketbook as well as very much In evidence inconnection promotions The Survey Included Federal, State, County, and
necessary, we hope that Congress will that are to be found in 5-20-44-14-723 yourself can stand It for any, with travel. The feeling Local Governmental agencies, also private Industry.
secure the services of a language expertto romance. length of time .that you wlllrequlre more soil-1' Project ASSIST Is just a way for the Urban League to help

keep the phrasing of the legislationfrom 2-70-88.15-286 VIRGO rude than formerly, In order to you prepare for a BETTER JOBI This is a real, honest-to-
9.70.99.16.620 give yourself a chance to think:
becoming confusing Simplicity is goodness offer to Help You-Absolutely Freel
what we need. GEMINI BORN AUG. SAGITTARIUSURN or meditate within your, is apt consciousness to be growing Project ASSIST, at 625 W. Union Street or Phone 354-7622

,for further information.

CAN TIE POST OFFICE OPERATE IN TIE BLACK BORN MAY 23rd-SEPT NOV. 4..80.66.14.214,
22idK
THIS WEEK
PISCES- IN NEGRO HISTORY
The talk about raising postage on cer- 23rd BEC.
21st
21st. JUNE 21st can be vexing. You may be
classes of mail becomes significant to starting out this last week expecting April 16, 1862 Colonization plan rejected by Negroes.
the average U. S. citizen, especiallywhen Non one always agrees This is to dot some 1's and cross Don't venture. The more glitter BORN FEB.
'
a period when those in love or ft. indication there Is on the outside, the April 17 1918 Needham
so much junk mail is allowed to your Every visible Roberts and Henry Johnson destroyedmore
clutter transportation facilities at domestic companions may find seems to be absolutely fA- less value there may be within. 19th) -MAR. 20th than 20 Germans while on sentry duty during World War
up plenty to disagree about.Taking vorable. But, and there always This applies to people, as well I.
so little cost to the senders.It ,-au inflexible stand will not do appears to be a but, things are as propositions that call on you' Rave a steady hand. Temptlonis

has been suggested that the U, S. any of the parties Involved the not apt to work out Just the way to make the principal disburse ever around to lure you a- April 17, 1919 Birth of the late Nat "King" Cole, popular
from the of The.
slightest other than to meats Many who have intuition way path safety.
good
arouse -
Intended. An singer In
Postal System become a non-profit organi- you unexpected obligation Montgomery, Ala.
the passlons.By giving.In should have little trouble dlstlngulstung best way to trick it is tomlz in
zation free from political Influence. a little at the start It becomes or expense may force between waaTlstrue neBrom's affairs let alone putting -
you to revise Intentions or gc April 18, 1921 Robert R. Church, Sr., former slave who became -
'The non-pr, fit corporation, as such easier to give In more In the end. lock on your word. Be wary of and what is false. Some friends up hard cash to back uncertain one of the wealthiest and most influential men In
would be allowed to make its own rules, Your outside pleasures and at*. the gossip of neighbors or anyone may also fail to measure up to enterprises. The possibility Tennessee, died at age 74.
tractions could well be a expectations and It may be wiser of not seeing eye to eye
fix its own rates, and not be compelled very falsely claiming to be your
source of contention within the to drop>> them altogether than to with domestic or public associates -'
friend for could April 19 1912 Birth
they of Mahalla Jackson
perenially to go to Congress with its cause no should also beforeseen one of the nation's
family. The question as to go around lnanuneasyrelatlsnship. -'
hat begging for additional funds to makeup end of worry and, possibly, and task for which leading Gospel singers
prevented a
whether you an more Interested monetary embarrassment. Be especially on y o a r ,
:a deficit.We 'in materialthaniDhumauaJue guard against the possibility of you art well equipped. You are
Those who for April 20 1866 Fist
are looking better University, Nashville Tenn.
was opened
believe such a proposal can work could be posed on the 30. The opportunities In other climes friction In your key associations not one for socialising on a to educate Negroes ,
because if freed from political it can one may offer zithers, but theOther should investigate the possibilities one thatmay be broutht a- grand' scale and there is nothing
can bring you.,love and Drat bout by your ambition or professional to encourage you tostart April 20 1914 Bl-th
of Lionel
operate like Hampton orchestra
efficient any .other. business on an !happiness. activities. doing so.. and "K1nt' 01 the 'ibrabarp. jazz leader

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SATURDAY APRIL 22, 1961 STAR PAPERS PAiE3_


1iI Zeta Phi I Beta __Featured, Soloists." .I.,.. li):_,,n Danell Cookaai Concert Bolden's CollegeOf Hairstyle Show At MayflowerTo .r II'


Chapter Rites Held 4 ',' 1 Aid Cancer Fend Svidiy


1 Saturday, AprU first was a red I Music Slates A hairstyle show which will present a preview of cuts earls
letter day for serenfearful 1 F'---T:4 >II and perms, featuring wigs braids and exotic hair styles win
I ophytes had who tor several weeks /; F Fr Anniversary Event be presented Sunday April 23, from 8 to 9 p.m., In the main
looked with great trepidation l ballroom of the Mayflower Hotel.
1t t to their coming Induction Bolden's College of Music
Into the Zeta Sphere of Greek- s 14 I I > will celebrate founders day and The went is being presentedby better, recording secretary;
dom. However, the doubts and hold graduation Sunday May 23, a committee headed by Mrs.P. Mrs. R.L. Hill, recording secretary -
fears of these weary travellers, 3 p.m., at the New St. James Shaw for the benefit of the ; Mrs. B. Martin, treasurer -
were allayed when after enduring AME: Church. Eugene Butler Division of the ; Miss C. Burkes, parliamentarian. -
certain secret ceremonialrites 1, The speaker for the occasion Cancer Crusade. The decorating:
I they were pronounced will be Mrs. A.N. Session, a Mrs V. Jackson is servingas committee is composed of Miss
pledged Zeta Sorors. d graduate of Hampton Instituteand co-chairman to Mrs. Shaw committee Is composed of
This initiation, which was held Columbia University. She and members of the committee Mrs. C. Atkins. Mrs. Lamp
Chapter by Beta Alpha Zeta r la also a teacher in the public include: Mrs. T. Lumpkins, tins and Mrs. C. Burkes.
, of the Zeta Phi BetaSo- school system and Is active business manager; Miss Annie Serving as models for the
very
rorlty, was conducted by AntI- 1 L: In religious and civic work. Rose Breaker, assistant business show will be: Altamease Smith,
Basileus Geneva Wbeeler s- I ,. r. ____ The occasion will mark nine manager, Mrs. J&. Led- Patricia Watkins Jacqueline
listed by Grand Basileus Mil Plnkey, Brenda Poole, Vivian
years of dedicated service to
dred C. Bradham. Soror EvelynB. __ zs: : the Jacksonville community. Gateway Barracks Gibson Diana Pender, Johnnie
1 Wells who is Dean of Pled. -71' The college was founded on E. McCloud Carolyn Williams,
gee and several other members March 20, 1958 by five interested Plans ObservanceGateway Ava Williams, Sbeletha Lump-
3t of the chapter participated : educators who wantedto kins, Sherlann Jaackson,Vickie
3t in the.program! of the evening. :,;:,1 provide an educational center Barracks and Auxiliary Johnson, Maxine Sharon Shu-
3131 World War I Veterans -
The Initiation ceremonies
were where youth and adults could man, Phylllss Lumpkins, Prlscllla -
climaxed by a sumptuous dinner prepare themselves for the Job will observe the 5th Ann Williams, Pamela
given In honor of the new J market, and obtain cultural enrichment anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m" Hlckson, Pamela Nixon.
J sorors. The dinner which was through a in anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m., Mrs. R.F. Herndon will be
1 give at the swanky Holiday music education. program in Central Baptist Church, in the narrator.
,I House, was attended by 60.Per During the celebration sixteen connection with the golden anniversary
1 sons Including the sorors and students will receive their of the country's entry
1I Into World War L Stanton
their guests. certificates of graduation, they EngineersTo
Past Department Commander
Soror Alpha H. Moore, Bas are Bessie Brooks Barbara
: ,
J Deus, presided at this enjouable zx Harland J. Lloyd will be the
,. Jean Brown!, Wattle P. Brown, Feature Musical
speaker and the Gateway
affair, which all will remember. Ruth Coleman, Essie Cummings ,
I The new members ofBetaAl- i Genevieve Frailer,' Chorus of the ladles auxiliary The Rambling Engineers of
t I'J'
under direction of Mrs.
Zeta Soror Staton Vocational School
1 pha Chapter are: Theresa B. Frailer, Elois High
Barnes graduate Theodore Oree, will render the will feature Train A
Evelyn D. a Freeman, Jura Mae Croon, "Night
1 of Bethune Cookman College, Brenda King, Maud Jackson, music Go-Go" April 21 at 7.30 p.m.,
has done graduated study Mrs. Luella McBride will ting in the auditorium of the school
who SOLOBTS-Wben the DarneU-Cookman Junior High School netist who will be the soloist In "American Folk Rhapsody"' Salina Mitchell, Jacqueline the national anthem, and other
in field of Art at Ohio State Participants from the local
the Robinson Azerlee Stubbs
1 Band presents concert in the Civic Auditorium Monday night, and "West Side Story"Tlmothy Waters, trombone section city talent will participate.All .
schools'and
II University and Is employed by Cora Thomas and Rushle B. John Price will
; the county school board as an April 15J; four of the talented young muslcans who will have leader will be featured Ja 1 "Ruffin The Blues. Gwenetta Washington. veteran organizations and appear. Tickets are in the handset
Art Resource teacher ,and serves prominent roles as soloists are seen here.From left are: Vincent Mclntyreflute and piccolo section leader will also be featured the public have been invited to the school and at the school.,
1 five elementary schools, Harris, Jr., captain of the band who will be featured in In a soloist in "American Folk Rhapsody". Soap nU-walr cleanliness la attend. .
1 "The Shadow Your Bullard clari- the beat weapon against akin
Smile".Angelletta ,
1I Soror Ester B. Barton, is a blemishes I
graduate of Florida MM University
and Is employed as a. .
: Garden Circles
teacher by the county school I
board at Pine Forest Elemen
I tary School; Soror Gloria F. Observe Anniversary
Best, hold a masters degree
t tI tt in Education and Guidance from The Federated Garden Circles WARDS AUTO SERVICE
Florida MM University ands CENTER
t tI employed by the county school will observe their 39th anniversary \ ,
I board in the Exceptional Educa- April 30 from 4 to 6 OPENS
1 tional Department, Soror Mar p.m., in the YWCA Auditorium 8:30
1t tha P. Fillmore is a graduate 32S E. Duval St. 11 DAILY
of the Florida Memorial College The theme Is, "Together Wd
1 Build With Rowers."in
keeping
and Is employed as a Social
) Service Worker by the Florida with the bukldlng project
State Welfare DepartmentSoror : launched two years ago. t w 1
I Vicey F. James a graduate Each flower entry will be arranged ? \
of Florida MM University witha in relation to the theme.
Bachelors and Masters degree The pat parade will follow
in Supervision and Administration. the program. Twenty-five or
l She is also employed as a more ladles will serve as
Coordinator of the Public School models.
t Food Service Program; Soror General chairman Is Mrs.
I Marie B. McClain, a graduate Joshua Hlllman and Mrs. John 1I 1e J
of Edward Waters College and Rowe is the hat parade chair-
Is presently studying at the University man. Mrs. Essie J. Williams
of Florida. She is employed and members of the Amaryllis
in the county's Exception Circle have, charge of the pro-

Child Program; Soror Demetral '.
R. Wester, is a graduate of Other members of the steering
Florida MM University and committee are:Mrs.Sule Keith,
holda a masters degree and Mrs. Gertrude Moore, Mrs.
works as librarian at the For- Annie Cartwright, Mrs. Sadie

est Park SchooL Alexander. Mrs.C.C.Smith. "eertorfl' 'D1'S


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'PACE 4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY APRIL 22. 1967


St. Matthew PliBiiiQ Bible School Meet Adventist ChoirIn Elder Nesbitt Called
IElder

CHURCH NEWS Sunday's Schedule Concert To Tampa C urc.a. .


MT. ZION BAPTIST Mr. Paul Brantley, Principal
Services Sunday in Mt. Zion Baptist Church, southstde The Young People' Depart- of the Ephesus Junior Academy ('
will begin with the Jolny Sunday School at 9.30; a.m., with ment of St. Matthew AME announces that a benefit musical .
General Superintendent H. Bowman in charge Morning service Church will have charge of the concert will be rendered by the .:
begins at 11 o'clock. Rev. H.L. Herod, pastor, will deliver services Sunday under direction Silver St., Seventh Day Adventist .. "
the sermon. The Baptist Training Union will be held of Mrs. 1.. Rose, director; 4 t Church Choir, Sunday ., .....
at 4:30 p.m., with Deacon A. Jackson presiding, and the Beverly Randall president and aw a.r April 30 at 8 p.m., In the ,''" : ? .
evening service at 6 o'clock. Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 Rev Eugene Motley pastor. Academy Auditorium 2760 >.,; k
will serve. At 11 a.m., the service is: Edgewwld. Ave 'IJI ,
'
Opening Hym, Janette Mobley; e Philip R. Binkley a part- ..t :. :
ABYSSINIA BAPTIST prayer Reginald Rose; scrip ) time music facullty member of ... I ::
The Joint fellowship revival meeting will terminate Sunday ture, Simon Randall; mission + the Jacksonville University and : i
at 2:30 p.m., In Abyssinia Baptist Church. Rev W. Burgesswill offering, Mae Dean Jones; Tlmpanlst of the Jacksonville' "
deliver the sermon, and Choir 2 and ushers of the lost hymn, Gloria Rose; intro- Symphony Orchestra will direct "W"" i
church will serve Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m.,with duction of speaker, Gloria the choir. :
Deacoa W. R. McNeal In charge. Morning service at 11 o'clock Mobley; speaker Beverly Ran- The public Is Invited to make i

with Rev. B. 1.. Wynn pastor, presiding. Choir 3 and Usher dall; offering Mae D. Jones, plans to enjoy the concert there .. ,
Board 1 will serve for the morning and 6:45 p.m., services. Rose Mary McUoyd, Barbara will be no admission charge,an -- -" -
At 5:30 p.m., BTU with Deacon Hudson Jordan in charge. Jones; benediction, pastor. t offering will be taken duringthe Samuel P. Nesbitt has
The program for the night ser Intermission. Sponsor tick- been assigned to pastor the
NEW MT.OLIVE vice is: Opening hymn, Bar ets and demotion are being solicited Tampa Church of God Chirst,
The Youth Department of New Mt. Olive Baptist Chruch will bara Jones; prayer, Calvin by the faculty members located at 13Z6 Fuller St.
conduct the services throughout the day Sunday, beginning Mobley; scripture, Donald and students of the Academy. Before being assigned to the
with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.n. The lesson, "The Power Jones; mission offering M. Tampa pastorate, Nesbltt
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of Faith" will be reviewed by Deacon A.B. Ashwood. Morning D. Jones; hymn Altamease ,rte served as director of the
service begins at U o'clock. The Youth Choir 3, under McLIoyd; introduction of speak- I BTU CongressTo Neighborhood Youth Corps
direction of Mrs Rachel Brooks, will render the music er, J. Mobley; speaker, Gloria before resigning the post under
throughout the day, under direction of Mrs. Rachel Brooks. Arvls Rose; offering,Catherine fire.
Evening service begins at 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. Asbury, associate McUoyd, Wendy Gibson, Agnes i Meet April 25 He Is the son of Jacksonville
minister, will deliver the message. The closing sermon Gibson; remarks, benediction, Bishop '91 oR. Nesbitt, presiding
will be preached by an appointee. District 4 will meetat pastor. w+tMi81k" bishop of West Florida and ser
4 p.m., and Usher Board 3 will serve. The business session for the R Rev. D.B. Barnes, president ves as assistant to his father.
second quarterly conferencewill of the District Sunday School
QUEEN ESTHER CHURCH be conducted Tuesday Y and BTU Congress, of Union
The Singing Union will be presented Saturday at 8 p.m., night by Rev W. F. Foster, ; St. James Association, has Lilla Prayer Band
Church of God In Unity 1747 McQuade St.
In Queen Esther 4
presiding elder of the South asked all officers and members
The Is : Selections, Robertlettes, Soul Revivals, .,
program Jacksonville District. The pastor 1f to meet April 25 at 10 a.m., in
Vole of Unity Choir; solo Miss Christine Williams; selection has asked all boards to _.... .. Ordination Service
Southernaires of KIngsland, Ga.; selection, Miss make reports. 'Sweeffleld Baptist Church.
Matilda Allen; solo, Edward Harris on the guitar; solo, Miss CONVENTION Members of the Holy Tabernacle Church who are serving as officers and are The purpose of the meetlrg is' Ordination service will be
Margaret Harris; solo Mrs. Debris Chisholm; organ selection planning for the Bible School Convention to be held April 24 through April 30 are shown to arrange the program for the held April 23 by the Lllla Pray
A. Harris; solo, Mrs. Loiuse Cohen; reading, Mrs. here. Seated from left are Mrs Lydia Dlggs and Kiss Mary A. Smith.Standing are: O.L. Congress, which hasbeensche- errand the Eastslde Community
Queenle Robinson; solo, Mrs. Ernestine Roberts; selection, New Hope AME Meadows and W.J. Morgan, duled for July at West Union Center, beginning at
Voices of Jerusalem. Other talent will appear. Baptist Church, Instead of Mt. 4 p.m., according to Mrs Viola
Zlon Baptist Church,soutbslde.tor .
Johnson leader.
,
FIRST BORN TEMPLE Announces Events further Information concerning The service will be conducted
Youth Day will be observed throughout the day Sunday in Truevine: Church the change, contact the by Rev. Almeta Wheeler. Prayer -
First Born Temple, 825 W. Monroe St., beginning with the Rev. Z.L. Ty rus, pastor at TWO MINUTES' : Rev. Mr. Barnes at his office bands in the city have been
Sunday School at 10 a.m., with Superintendent M. McQueen new Hope AME Church, has Slates Activities {' on Harrison Street. invited to be in attendance.
presiding. Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. Rev. Led announced a church conferencefor
Smith, youth president will preach the sermon. The YPCW Sunday following the 11 a.m., Annual Women's Dar will be WIm 77BIBLE .
will begin at 5:30 p.m., with Margaret Johnson presiding. servke. observed Sunday in Truevine Iv COHNIUUI *. ITAM Mil.MIIAN .
Evening service will begin at 7:30 p.m. The"message'will Sunday School begins at 9:30 Fire Baptized Holiness Church CHICAOO, tltll ILLINOIS tOCIITT MM! \ L1 GATEWAY COLLEGE OF BEAUTY
be delivered by an appointee. a.m., wlthSuperlntendent beginning with theSundaySchoofat 1 J
Champion in charge. The pas- 9:45: a.m.
829 Pearl Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
COLOSSIAN BAPTIST for the 11 Guest superintendent will be
tor will preside
GOSPEL OF GRACE
OF THE
POWER
THE
Sunday Services In Colossians Baptist Church will begin a.m., service. At S p.m., ACE Mrs. B.S. Brown; secretary
wit h the Sunday School at 10 a.m., with Ambrose Marklson League will begin and at 6:30 Mrs. Doria Grant The guest'teachers
In charge Morning service at 11 o'clock, and evening serviceat p.m., the evening service is are: Mrs Aletha B.' ". the go.pel\. .iA come unto which; are railed the power of You Too Can
7 p.m. Rev. L. Charles Holloway will conduct the service. scheduled. Choir 2 and Usher Rosser. Mrs. AJt. Collins, you, ii il b in all the world. ., and God and the window of God" (I ,
District 1 will meet at the church at 6 p.m. The BJS.A; Gospel Board 4 will serve. Mrs. kllsabeth Klgdon, Mrs. brinKclh forth fruit, aM it doth aim Cor. 1:2 J. 24)). The power of Go l Make B I G Il 1
Singers will render an after service program the Deacon Choir 1 will meet for rehear Annie Ruth Brown, Mrs. Hor- In you since the day ye heard it, unto salvation to everyone that IV
and Deaconess Board will observe Its anniversary Monday at sal Monday night and teachers. tense Brewington and Mrs.' and knew the!grace at Oixl in truth" helieveth" (lom.I:16)).
8 p.m., In the church auditorium. meeting will he held Tuesday Marva Taylor. Mrs. Dealmar (O.I. t 1:5: 6). Mark well: it in "the, gospel! of
at 7 p.m. At 8 p.m., class Nelson will review the lesson How wonderful nee the gospel he grace of Gal" the "preachingof
ZION HOPE BAPTIST meeting will be held. Satur- "It Exercised a Powerful of the grace of Got! do in work! the croon' ,"*.that produces such
Zion Hope Baptist Church services Sunday begin with the day, the youth choir will meet Faith." Paul had never even seen the Colo mill II A. The law of Mow* never A Professional Hair Stylist
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Morning service at U o'clock. for rehearsal This Saturday The afternnoon service will man.*. He hail only sent miiwion- did, "For what the law could not Become
Rev. E.R. Simpson, pastor, will deliver the sermon. BTU Usher Board 1 will sponsor a begin at 4 p.m. Members of avian to them from Ephenuii with :do in that it wan weak through the
begins at 5:30: p.m., Mrs. A. Moore presiding. District 1 trip to Fernandina Beach. Tickets St. Peter F.B.H Church are the good new of (he grace( of Cod, flesh," God Dent HIM Son to accompplixh Qualified Licensed Gateway College
'. will meet at the church at 4:30 p.m. The evening service may be purchased from expected to attend. All financial but il I had worked I IWh Ij for im. (Kom. 8:3: 4)). This is i of Beauty Culture

begins at 6:30. p.m. ,with,,the pastor in charge Choirs 3,4 the board members reports'will be made. The c'TTr.'KTt t'lJf, the! tWFof \ \ WrhY.J Paul 1 prut.E--U'unetl' .at' /Aniiiirh! !!. Y,e Advanced Instructors Training Methods:' C< l is one of the finest
and Usher Boards.4_ and :", will serethroughout; ; the day,, Missionary Day"will be off captains are: Mrs. Bessie Sin:. Coil,IH. preached; ill'purity'i) l 'ulia-; "* t and Facilities and most modern

WALTERS MEMORIAL served April 31 with the gleton, Mrs Florence Epps, product reults.. ;Vo. one hearing "Be it known unto you therefore, Night Classes Begins Every beauty schools in the
In and Miss Doris E. Medlock. that the' and brethren,that through thin
Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church missionary society charge niiiwage can go away ume. men Tuesday. outh.
of the morning service. An age Choir 2 will serve for the services Either he will connider it utter fool man !I. preached unto you the forgiveneu -
begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Eddie Brown
inhnew and lie hardened il, of nine and Him all
also be
rally will sponsored by or : by
the'rewards
Jr., presiding Rev. H.C. Archie, pastor, will review the Enjoy
Evangelist Amanda Andersonwill he will nee in vital importance and that believe are Justified from all
lesson, "The Power of Faith. Morning service begins at of a fascinating and
U o'clock with the pastor in charge. The missionary' society, be the speaker, and Mrs. Mezzo SopranoTo be Kittened by it. Ultimately he things from which ye could not I Ix successful carreerl
Katie Richardson will be guest Will either b be eternally condemned Justified by the law of Mourn" (Act
under leadership of Mrs. Mary L. Leavy, will meet at 4 p.m.,
and soloist. or eternally saved and jumified by 13.38: 39).
the evening service will be held at 6:30 o'clock. The Render RecitalMrs.
sermons will be delivered by the pastor. Choir 1 and Usher hU re.ponK10 that meiwage. God'i message to tin in a menage (Register For Door Prizes Complete WIG CARE and SALES)
"The preaching of the it of love, proclaiming to even the
.Board 1 will serve Estella Matthews Hamilton crow
Young People Union Mezzo soprano will be to them that perinh fooliihnei, but vilest sinner that he may.be "justi FREE Gift with each hair color or hair relaxer
presented in recital Sunday at (into u. which are saved it !I. the lied freely by (Gays)grace,through
MR. OR MRS. HOMEOWNERDon't Slates AnniversaryThe 7:30 p.m., In Mt. Zion AME power of God" (I Cor. 1:18)). the redemption that U in Christ
Streets. "Chriit crucified unto them Jetui" (Rom. 3:24)). 6
let monthly obligations worry you to death.If She will be accompanied by Come In, Call, or Write for Information

you're overloaded with payments, give us af Young People Union will Mrs. Mabelle Ollphant Water- 829 Pearl Street Jacksonville, Fla.
chance to discuss a consolidation loan with you., observe its second anniversary *.* *
ford, organist. The program ... Phone 353 0983
You can pay off your present accounts and nave April 30 at 8 p.m., in Epheslan Is being presented by the Calendar eventsThe
only one small monthy payment. Loans are based on Baptist Church, Third andStaf- Blanche R..Coleman Friendly
equity In your home or other real estate which;: ford Streets Rev. W..Bellhost Stars of
your Club, Mrs. Agnes Reeves, pre- Friendly Singers
you own. pastor. sident. Brunswick, Ga., and the Sons 0 NOW!
CONSOLIDATION IS YOUR ANSWER Groups to participate are: The program will Include of Jubilee of this city will render -
Cleftones of Atlantic Beach, works from Shubert, Handel, a Joint recital Sunday during 4 LOCATIONSTO
Don't hesitate until your credit Is beyond help, but Celestial Gospel Singers, the, Beethoven, Bach,Giordan,Mas the evening service in Mt. SERVE YOU
contact;: us today for a first or second mortgage loan' Thelmarettes, The Versatile Beethoven, Bach, Giordan, Zion Methodist Church, Lone
and that monthly budget In order Call now 3118EdgewoodAve.W.370HEMERSON .
get Cberryettes, Tiny Boyd Singers Massanet, Metcalf, Rachmani Star.
.
-765,.7044,- or write us at P. 0. Box 9635, Jacksonville Sunbeam Singers, Nathaniel Doff, Sandoval, Calbreath, and The program is being sponsored 1 :
; Fla., 32208. Jackson's Octavettes, and Lehman. by Rudolph Stripling, and
.----------- --------------- Mrs. Thelma Edwards,who will The members of the Alpha will begin at 8 p.m. Guest 830 CASSAT AVE.

1st And 2nd Mortgage Loans serve as mistress of cere- Omega Club of William Raines soloist win be Mrs. Lillian 1824 WEST BEAVER
monies, with Mrs. Inez Harris High School will serve as .'Keyes. Rev. l.McPherson,pastor -
--------' --- ------------ slated to give the welcome address hostesses. They are: Prlscilla has Invited the public to

HOMESTEAD INVESTMENT CORPORATION' Ford, Vivian Culp Cecelia Watson ,attend. DUBUQUE SHORT LINK
Mrs. Inca Harris, president Barbara Rains Gall .............
,
1865 WEST EDCEWOOD AVENUE of the Union will serve as the
Wltsell Paschal SMOKED
Gwendolyn JoAnn District No. 3 of Day Spring A
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32208 guest soloist. Supervisor of the
Mclaughlin, WlndySpawaIDs Baptist Church will observe its
CALL ANYTIME Young People Union is Mrs. Gwendolyn Matthews, annual Anniversary Tea, Sun-
Alberta Latimore and Chuck SAUSAGE
Marla Potts Aldeaa Rivers and LBS.
day, April 23 in the Church's
765-7044 McClean U the reporter.
Cynthia Martin. dining area, at 4 p.m.
The speaker will be Mrs.
J.B. Klnchen along with other NO.1 SMOKED.

talents of the city
Mrs. Louise Graham, president -
Brother B. Brown, BACON 2LBS.
FOR PROMPT SERVICE deacon.
Call: TROPICAL EL 6-1876 QUALITY WORK ttagtteMtNt

The Zion Hope Female Singers
will be presented la .a PORK
musical recital Sunday at 8:30

UPHOLSTERINGSTANDARD p.m., In African United Church.
Sponsor of the program is CHOPS 2LBS.
Mrs. Bertha Bell, who has announced -
that refreshments will,
be served following the pro

SOFA & CHAIRII gram. FRESH GROUND

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Mrs. Jessie M. Polke and PORKSAUSAGE

Miss Sandra E. Pope will be 3
[ LBSa
Scotchg1 sponsored In a recital Sunday

at 8 p.m., In Summervllle Baptist -
Church Auditorium.
wltj aaslstPwes
ch Among the participants are: PORK
Crews Gospel Singers and the 3 IBS.
Faust Sisters. Sponsor of the
LIVERPOTATOES
NO MONEY program is Mrs.J.Richardson.

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DOWN! CUSTOM UPHOLSTERED
DistrJct 22 of Second Baptist
M EASY TERMS ALL SPRINGS AND FRAMES REPAIRED Church will celebrate its annual
SMALL MONTHLYPAYMENT .',COTTON AND MOSS WHIRI NEEDED INCLUDES LABOR fr MATERIALS homecoming Sunday at 3:30
a 29C
FREE ESTIMATES a nil DELIVERY 3pYrnrsEiperlence p.m., in Joe James Community I
i 'flMT .PAYMENT ALL WORK GUARANTEED Same Location 27 years Center, 12th and Grunthal .

IN 45 DAYS DECORATORS & UPHOLSTERERS, Inc Streets I
Rev. Levy Green
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To/!Wash', Princely!Rethune'\ -Cooknan Students Doing News Media FAMU DUB Wises Award Civil: Rights RoundupBYHD

Dishes ."..., ..... .a.... .
Next time your teeb... era pro- Accused Of' Bias
test against washing: dishes, remind i Teaching Duties In 12 Counties BRAIN
them that not even a royal In HiringWASHINGTONThe WASHINGTON-NPI>-tfecro leaders should atop "shoutini'
Prince ends it beneath his dignity' F Jy--one Bethune-Cookman College students are performing discrimination" and start finding qualified Negro applicants:
to make with the sod. 'etching duties in 12 Florida counties The field project is the NAACPhas to fill the police department's VacancIes Sea Robert C, Byrd
Prince Charles of Great Britain second phrase of atom-part program required prospective :ir (D.-VaJ has declared. Sen. Byrd seeme& surprised that more
with the
boasts filed complaints "
that "we often _
ash
.... up'at teachers. Negroes don't become policemen in 63 per cent Negro city slits
.
home" home, In this case being .. ...Ia u.s. Equal Employment Opportunity
from 6"J 20 cent "In,
Education; major AAUW&o only per Negro poUc'orct. Questioning Negroes'
Buckingham Palace! 'The student will perform Commission alleging
at Collins Illative he to concede that think
__ Florida, Interning was willing Negroes they are
actual duties until May that Industries and
teaching Elementary, DanIa and Ruthle seven major discriminated against but doubted It really was so.
How To Take 5th then they will return to Hall an Elementary Education two labor unions are guilty of
,
the classroom to discuss experiences racial discrimination against
A Basin Hath major from Birmingham Alabama TURNABOUT
"Basin bathing" can be easy, gained In the various Interning at Bethune Elementary Negroes.Herbert Hill NAACP director AUSTIN, T x.-(NPI) Tern, which as late as 10 years ago
quick, and thorough if you schools. Holloywood. passed laws trying to amlntaln school segregation,approved
soap
the
during for 'labor filed
yourself section by section-then Earlier this year pre- Duval County: Mildred Bell, program the state's first clvU rights act since Reconstruction days. The:
rinse with. damp towel and wipe internship which was the first a Business Education major complaints here April 7 with bill, which now goes to Cor. John B. Connally Jr., specifiesthat
with a dry towel as you go along. phrase of the program, the students from Moore Haven Florida, EEOC Commissioner Samuel state employees could be Jailed for racial or religious
Start with the face, were visited by City and Jackson, under Title VII of the
neck, and interning at New Stanton High discrimination in their official duties. Such discriminationwould
arms; then do torso,leg,and feet/ County Officials who discussedand Jacksonville Karolyn Council, 1964 Civil Rights Act which be forbidden in employment, licensing use of public
A sponge will hold more lather answered questions about a Sociology major from Jack- prohibits discrimination In employment facilities, participation In state programs and contract letting.
than a washcloth for this type of the classroom sonvill Florida Interning at on the basis of rice
bathlnp While the students are on the Darnell-Cookman Junior High or color. Including but not DEMAND
field, they are visited at least limited to promotional and ra-
Johnson
Jacksonville Jacquelyn WASINGTON- IMPO lgL-NOli four times by representativesfrom a Physical Education major the-Job training opportunities.> Equal Justice his demanded the immediate suspension of two.
Col-
Bethune-Cookman from Jacksonville Florida interning The complaints specifically policemen involved In a dispute with civil rights leader Marlon
lege. The Field Program Is charged that more than 50 plaintiffs r'
at Matthew Gilbert Barry Jr. Police officials denied Barry's police brutality accusation -
APao"o .under the direction of James Jacksonville Shirley Harris a had been denied their rights after he. was arrested for jaywalking The committee
Green, Field Supervisor. The Music major from Jacksonville under Title VU by the following charged that "agreatmaJorltyofthe citizens of this city have
Director of Interns is Dr. Florida interning at James corporations: tiF 'long been object of brutal treatment By members the District
Evelyn Sharp and William Weldon Johnson, Jacksonville; Bethelhem Steel Corp; Sparrows of Columbia police department"
Wheeler Is assistant. and Brenda Lundy Physical Point Maryland; Burlington
Interns In Alachua County are: Education major from Jacksonville Industries Inc: Reldsvllle AGREED
Carolyn Y. Franklin a Business Florida interning at N.C.; Davidson Transfer JEFFERSON CITY Mo.-(NPIA swimming pool-roller
Education major from Eugene Butler Jacksonville.Rhllsborough Storage Co., Baltimore Mary skating rink In Kansas City Mo., and a swimming pool In
Gainesville Florida, interning County; Merlyn land; General Instrument Corp., St. Louis have agreed"to integrate after the Missouri Com
h at Lincoln High School,Gainesville Gay an Elementary Education Darlington S.C.; RepubllcSteelCorp. mission on Human Rights moved in. The St. Louis swimming
; and Charlie Roberson, major from Plant City Florida ., Gadsden, Ala.;GoodyearTire CI'l'ED-Dr. H. Mannkng Efferxon, dean of administration at pool had denied a dmlsslon to a Negro patron because of his
an Elementary Education ma- and Rubber Co., Gadsden, Florida MM has been awarded the Silver Beaver
V interning at Simmons Elemen- University alleged Improper> behavior but the commission did not find:
can be jor from Gainesville Fla., Interning tary School Plant City Ella Ala., and ID. Precision Corp, for distinguished service to boyhood the territory of the Suw- this charge hire. The roller rink was accused of denying admittance .
resryled1OOX at Shell Elementary Jones an English major from Gadsden Ala. annee River Area Council by the National Council of the Boy to a group of a Negro orphans who were told the
Hawthrone. Orlando, Florida, interning at The unions hit by charges of scouts of America. The FAMU dean has been working with the place was a "private club." The Kansas City swimming pool
,,
j '. Brevard County: Gwendolyn Mlddleton High, Tampa; FloraW. racial bias included Local 2176 boy Scouts in this area since 1929. had given a similar excuse.
1.f5 HUMAN 'Haynes an Elementary Education Pettier Elementary Education United Steelworkers of America
major from O Brien, major from Tampa AFWHO Gadsden, Ala., DISSENT .

NOT A SHORTY WIG HAIR, But a Florida, interning Cocoa at and Polnsett Mary Florida, Interning at Gorrie and Local 190, Cement Masons Wilkins Rejects HOUSEWIVES MAY PHILADELPHIA-{(NPI)-Tbe city's police advisory boardhas; .
Beautiful Fully Styled l 100%Lone Elementary, ; Elementwry Tampa Barbara Union Everett, Washington.The been ruled Illegal by Judge Leo Weinrott of Common Pleas-
Mann, an English major from NAACP which is the nation
Wright, an Elementary Education Efforts To Link court
HUMAN HAIR WIG For ONLY Jesup Georgia, interning at major from Dunnellon oldest and largest civil CONVENTION PlANSClNCINNA'l1

$25.95. Blade, Off Black, Dk. Merrlt Island High, Merritt Is. Florida interning at Roland rights organization, had previously court. The Urban League'waa aghast. City officials said they
Brown New Dk., Auburn, No land. Vietnam With RightsNEW -(NPO) The
Extra Charge for Mixed Grey. Robert Park Elementary Tampa Fla., filed some 1600 complaints executive board of the National would fight to save the civilian board, which review citizen
Broward County: Gloria J. Smith, an Elementary alleging racial discrimination complaints against But Cecil B. local NAACP
tomes To You Ready to Wear Housewives League will Sat. police Moore
Education NPT NAACP ,
Barnes an Elementary since July 2, 1965 YORK( )>-
Education major from Plant president and. candidate, for mayor on a "black power" platform
and To Enjoy. JUST SEND PanamaClty CivilRights April 15, to map plans for the -
from
major when Title VH of the Eexeutlve
NAME AND ADDRESS PLUS Larkdale City Florida, Interning atSim- Director Roy WU-' league's upcoming 1967 convention. thought otherwise:"Now we can start locking up policemen -
$2 DEPOSIT State Color. Pay Florida interning at mons Elementary Plant City Act went into effect. kina has taken Issue with efforts instead of patting them on the wrist.The board was nothingbut
Elementay Fort Lauderdale Florida Emm J. Kelley an to drag the Vietnam war a debating society."
Postman $23.95 Plus Postage on A larger number of delegates
Ida R, Home, an Elementary-
Elementary Education major into the civil rights issue. be the World's Fair all right
NEW YORK-CNHMFU ,
Delivery OR..Send Full Payment Education major from Ft. Farm Families from throughout the nation is
from Florida interning "Civil rights battles, he said, ', That in the charge leveledby
Now t we Pay Postage. Lauderdale Florida, Interning Ocala expected to attend the convention -mlnos N3J:: es essence was
Money Refunded If Not De at Northslde Elementary Ft. at Howard Elementary Ocala "are going to have to be fought whose theme is "Com- the New York Urban League against the Canadian Worlds
Lula Richardson, an Elemen and won on their own merits Fair '67 set to April 28 In Montreal, where discrimination ,
lighted Supply Limited, Order Lauderdale Warren Clark, an Receive Aid o1 petitive Thinking for To- Expo open
irrespective of the state
Now. SPECUL..WIG BLOCK Elementary Education major tary Education major from Ocala morrow's Challenge."The cooventIon' -, Isn't supposed happen League leaders asked
interning at Howard 'war and peace in the world Asian countries to withdraw from the exposition
INCLUDED. FREE OF from Pompano Beach Florida, Florida date will be announced African and
From Wilkins made the remark as
Ocala Edwina NAACPPANOLA
Elementary, ; later.
CHARGE. Interning at Sanders Park Elementary -
he was presented the 1967 Freedom em
ROSELE BOX 21-N Pompano Beach Williams, an Elementary Edu Mrs. Pearl L, Bell is the
cation major from Day St. Ala.-Twenty destitute Award by Freedom House the Canadian of discrimination
BKLYN. 30, N. Y, 11230 Diana Curry an Elementary league's! president. director accused government
Louis Miss., Interning at Fes- Negro families here, "for outstanding contributionsto against nonwhites in housing and empoyment.
senden Elementary Ocala;and including 70 children, have received the cause of human liberty"The I,
Virginia Robinson, and Ele- $1,500 in emergency aid NAACP executive director" A 'CAR tame to a stop l tii GOONS
VETERANSTHE mentary Education major from from the N4ACP. disagreed with "extremists, midtown Manhattan, and the CLEVELAND-{(NPI-Clry Councilman Leo A. Jackson has
Ocala Florida interning at The families faced with eviction whose pain "drives them to .driver asked a man on the charted that white and Negro hate groups are being financed
Madison St. Elementary,OcalaN from tenant farms in this positions"that are, in reality curb, "Say;, mister, uhert'i from the outside by "goons." The Negro councilman feared
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC. Volusla County; Mae Lois west central Alabama community illusory '42nd 5/.r that white and Negro extremist fringes were falling under_ I
Bright, an Elementary Education recieved the NAACP While civil rights matters can-' the control of a new leadership who want to build an army
major from Lawtary funds after being notified in not be "altered overnight"change "I'm a pedestrian tile man to destroy all" The problem of racial radicalism In riot-
Florida interning at Osceola December of 1966 that they must "come more growled. "/ don't help automo- torn Cleveland Is especially dangerous he said, because
Of_' 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking ;Elementary 'Ormond Beach would have to vacate the land\ ,, swiltiy' than. _it has in the past" bile,,. .Catholic Dig tr.-: "problems have been swept under the rug for 30 or 40 years".''* J
''Cynthia Curry a History major they had farmed in many In- I he .aid.
from Sarasota, Florida Interning stances for more than 30 yearsto
Applications For Its at Campbell Senior High make way for the Hammer- z '
Daytona Beach; Peggy Garrett,' mill Paper Company which
a History major from Alpha- leased the property.According > .
retta Georgia, interning at to the Rev. K.L.
'I
Veteran Class. Campbell Senior High Daytona Buford, Alabama NAACP field JlUs '
Beach Herbert C. Richards director each of the poverty- :
a Physical Education major stricken fanatics was ordered T ti tigUPER
from Savannah Georgia, interning by the landowner to pay a rental IARKE
The Size Of. Our ClassesIs at Campbell Senior High of $15 per month if they .

Daytona Beach; Ella B. Glvlna, wished to remain on the land.A .

a from Business Daytona Education Beach, Florida major agreement stipulation however In the stated rental that 'THESf PRICES' fiftHlING b !' MOAY P UjGEOfif AI E..

Limited By Law. interning at Campbell Senior the families remaining on the
High, Daytona Beach Doria property> would not be allowedto
Hardy a Spanish major from farm, raise livestock or cut FANCY TENDER, SLICED
Daytona Beach,Florida,intern wood on the land.
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of' ing at Mainland" Senior High "These familes face disaster La.35C
Daytona Beach; Earl J. Jones, because they have no immediate BEEF LIVER
a Soc Ial Studies major from New means of earning a livelihood,
Smyrna Beach Florida,Interning even If eventual relocation or
Place. at Campbell Senior High retraining should become possible
Daytona Beach Mary E. Para- : ," Roy Wilkins executive WESTERN C
more, an English major from director of the NAACP said
CALL 355-9874 Jesup, Georgia, interning at in a telegram to Hammermill LB-
Mainland Senior High, Daytona President John H. Devltt. ERIBS -
Beach; Barbara Simmons an The NAACP has also calledon SIZE 55
Elementary Education: major' the Federal government to
from Daytona Beach Florida, investigate the plight of these
I.t; interning Turle T. Small Elementary families.
Daytona Beach Ar- Hammermill officials have announced
rena Scurry an Elementary I that they would allow
Education major from Daytona the families to remain on the u.1
Beach, interning at West Site land at a "nominal" fee. However
Elementary Daytona Beach; the elderly tenants haveno i5cLIMIT
1 a Eartha Watson, a Spanish ma- visible means of support,
,,, r t jor from Daytona Beach, Fla., and In most Instances are believed -
interning at Mainland Junior to be beyond the age for
High, Daytona Beach Minnie retraining if it were available. LIMIT 10 IBS. IITH 55.00 OR .UE fOO.D'DUEl.
Thomason, an Elementary Education "The situation is worsening ..
major Jacksonville, and could very wellendupwlththese
Florid, Interning at Kimball families living in tents "
AV Elementary New Smyrna one; civil. rights spokesman said.

Beach; and Viola Mitchell, a
Spanish major from Tampa ment Before by hand washing, baste a stained around gar-the DETERGENT
s ,
Florida, Interning at Campbell I stain with colored thread. This GIANT PKG 49C
Senior High, Daytona Beacb.I, ray, the spot will be visible even i
Florida when the fabric Is wet. ,

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Powell Case Could Spark Bilk kS PnsideitNORMAN t_ World News Digest Joint Annual Meeting Federal VotingExaminers

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SAME OLD POLICY

Coert-CoRgress Showdown I BELLVULE, South Africa- Move

NEW YORK -(NPI>- The friends and foes of the ousted (NPI)-The Council for Coloured
\ Adam Clayton Powell case,now' Congressman who recognized Affairs was toldy by Prime 1 .....,,__f1... .. .. ._ Into 3 StatesWASHINGTONFederal
being heard before a federal his role u a''poI1Ucalspoller'' Minister John Vorster recently 1 1f. 1--
court In' Washington has said yes. that "every promise which my Voting
threatened to provoke a showdown But even those who felt Powell prddecessor (the late Dr. Hen Examiners have begun to
between Congress and the merely wanted his seat back dril/: F. Verwodrd! ) made about open the door for the registration
courts that could result in fed recognized the explosive the future of political development of over 50,000 Negroes
eral chaos.A possibilities of the emotion- of the Coloured nation, In nine counties In Georgia,
suit by the deposed Con laden Powell question. will be carried out by the pre Louisiana and Mississippi as
gressman's lawyers in federal That Powell himself recognized sent government." The policyIs a result of the action by Attorney
court has been answered by a this was revealed bya that of separate development, t y General Ramsey Clark
House of Representatives state charge made in his federal which Voster claims has been f. last week.
ment, that its ouster of Powell court suit that women electors accepted by blacks, whites and The Attorney General announced
la none of the court's business. in his district were being denied Coloureds, u "not a denial of March 25 that he bad
Bruce Bromley, special counsel rights guaranteed under the A. SIMON, 45, has human rights, but a means of designated nine counties In the
retained by House Speaker Constitution.Fove become the first Negro to be selected creating opportunities for peon; three states for appointment
John W. McCormack and other of his co-plalntltts are president of apredomin- pies of all the various groups of federal voting examiners under
House leaders, cited a Constitutional women, who complained that antly wnite-owned bank, the such as there never were be* the 1965 Voting Rights Act
provision that "The they and all other qualified Guaranty Bank and Trust com fore." Wiley Branton, Special Aslst-
members of the House art not women electors in the 18th District pany, Chicago. Simon, whose ant to the Attorney General,
be questioned in any place, Including of New York were being harming career began 14'earsa- TV NATIONALIZATION revealed that in the nine counties
a court, for what they denied rights upheld by the go when he became the first Negro designated by the Attorney
may say or doss part of their Constitution.The commerical teller in the LUSAKA(NPI)-The Zambia General there are 75,000 Negroes
proceedings." women did not show, that Chicago bank at $204 a month, government has announced the : of voting age with only
At issue, he said, is the principle they, were any more discriminated hopes his election will encourage formal takeover of Zambia Tel' : 21,000 now registered
of federal separation of against than anyone else young Negroes to consider evision Ltd! because of "the necessity : Mr. Crouton said: "This
powers. And the court lacked by Congress ouster of their banking u a career. He noted to expand both the educational means that more than 50,000
power to interfere in the actIons Representative. that a.ruling by the Federal Deposit and entertainment facilities. -a Negroes will now be affordedan
of a coordinate branch But it did not matter. The Insurance Corporation ." ZTV came into existence ..- -- -'- opportunity to register for
of government, he maintained. showdown between the "outs" forbids fob discrimination b;; under private ownership the first ime. More than half
The American political system and the "ins" was the main banks holding federal money. after Zambia won its independence of these prospective new voters
has built Into it a system of Powell Issue and any discrimination (NPI PhOTO) from British rule. Priorto reside in the Greater Shreve-
Joint annual of United School l wueri and Teachers Association and Alpha Chi Pi "
checks and balances whlchpre- charge was part that, it was known u Rhodesia meeting port area in Louisiana.
vent any one branch of government of the television Omega beauticians sorority recently brought together this group of officials of the Alaba- Since President Johnson
from trying to boss the If Powell game loses his court case, NAACP ASK Federal ma Association of Modern Beauticians on the Bethune-Cookman college campus, Daytona signed the Voting Rights Act
others. he still has another chanceto NKRUMAHBM STILL PERSITS Beach, Fla. They are from left, front row: Mrs. Olivia Boyd, Montgomery, first vice president of 1965, over 600,000 Negroes
Miss Wilma G. Nichols, Birmingham, president; Mrs. Ruth J. Jackson, founder- in the
Should Powell win his case get his seat back or make Probe Of SchoolsIn ; have been registered
against Congress, the courts Congress sorry if it doesn'tlet ACCRA-(NPI) Prison sentences president-emeritus; Mrs Swanee Dunn, Tuscaloosa, past president, and Mrs. Clara W. South which brings the total
could be accused of Interfering him have It, of seven years were met Early, Tuskegee, second vice president. Back row inodes: Mrs. Bedella Richardson, registration of Negroes In the
in the activities of another He was to run in AprU 11 Indianapolis ed out last week to two former parliamentarian, and Mrs. Sara Lee, Tuscaloosa chapter president (NPI PHOTO) eveven Southern states to over
branch of government elections in New York far the aides of deposed exiled President 2,600,000.
The'House might retaliate by seat denied him. A landslide INDIANAPOLIS, ind. The Kwame Nkrumah of Labor Unions AccusedOf Religon And Race Hampton Pirates Upon signing the VotlngRlghts
NAACP Council
refusing to grant appropriations Powell victory was expected, Metropolitan Ghana. One of the flgurestorun Act In 1965, President Johnson
to lower federal courts, in the wake of a ruling by the representing five of tbe As- afoul the law was William M.Q. DiscriminationWASHINGTON HIRES DIRECTOR stated: "I pledge you that we
u it is empowered to do. The State Supreme Court dismissing sociation's units In Indiana- Halm, former Ghanaian Ambassador End Spring Drills will not delay, or we will not
courts could hit back by declaring a suit to bar him from polls, has called upon John to the UJS. who was SAN ANTONIoNplfor.mer hesitate or we will not tun
unconstitutional the. running the election. Gardner, Secretary of the Department convicted of stealing about$330, - laws that Congress passes. Again, the possibilities of turmoil of Health, Education 000 from the National Development rights leaders, a federal department has been appointed to head the ,Apr1l13,1961-The Hampton institute race and color and origin in
The result woud be political were tremendous. What and Welfare, to investigate the company.Fellowconvictee and union members Project Equality program of the Fighting Pirate football this country have the same
chaos, for each branch of would happen when the re- placement of Negro and white emanuel Ayeh-Kuml also drew have accused the nation's labor "Archdiocese of SaD Antonio, team concluded its Spring pra- right as all others to sharein
government would be seeking elected Powell goes back to teachers in the school system seven years for collecting bribes unions of continuing to discriminate which is designed to promote annual "Blue and White Game". the process of democracy
to stymie the other, Instead of Congress? Would he again be here. for Nkrumah. against Negro mem equal employment opportunities The Blue Team was composedof "so, through this act, and its
respecting its Jurisdiction rejected? Council President Andrew W. bers. among business concerns serving last year's veterans and the enforcement, an important instrument
Was It Powell's Intention to Ramsey presented figures NO OUTSIDERS WANTED In Los Angeles, John Cope, churches institutions of more promising prospects for of freedom passes
provoke Just such a show down FIGHTCANCER, drawn up by School Superintendent sealing for the ,NAACP, said the area. Alex A. Alcocer, for next season. Head coach Mel into the hands of millions dour
between federal branchesBoth George G. Osthelmer OSHAKATI Ovamboland the lack of Negroes in apprenticeship merly local representative of Labat guided this part of the citizens.
in Oct. 1965.! showing that onlY (NPI>)-The 240,000 Ovambosof programs is in the Southland Life Insurance squad to a 36-8 victory over the The action brought to 56 the
5.5 per cent of the teachersin the seven regions In South West Itself clear evidence of discrimination. company, Dallas, and a member "Whites", who were composedof number of counties where federal
predominantly white schools Africa, represented by some 40 of Alamo Presbytery, United, graduating seniors and those examiners have been authorized
ROYAL ART STUDIO are Negroes of their chiefs, headmen and An increase in the numberof Presbyterian Church of the U.S.A. players who were not membersof for the listing d
In predominantly Negro counsellors, are said to favor Negroes in skilled trades, is the appointee. the '66 squad. 'The overall voters. The total includes WIn
schools, the Superintendent's self-rule under the aegis of' he said, could help alleviate results seemed quite olea&lneto Alabama, 4 in Georgia 9 in
> figures showed 58.7 per cent South Africa rather than any some of the "hopelessnessdespafr Coach Labat who sees u his Louisiana, 28 in Mississippiand
Goingi of the teaching staff is Negro. form of government by another and desperateness that 'greatest weakness the middle of 2 In South Carolina.
As Mr. Ramsey says, "thereis foreign power.Including United breeds riots and causes social NEW EDITION ,the offensive line.
no reason to believe that The brightest spot of the day Jim Crow Schools
these ratios have changed for Nation. Chief Uushona Shi- disorganization.to California Assemblyman NEW YORK {(NPI) The first was found in the play of the Pirate
-i i Out Of Business the better in 1967." hill, senior spokesman for the; According Mervyn M.Dymally printing of more than 3 o o,0 0 0' backfield Headed by quarterback Seen IncreasingIn

The Association is asking the representative leaders, said:,. Negroes make up 6.2 per cent copies ofa revised edition of one Lionel Williams, it
investigation on the basis of the "This government( 0 u t b- of the state's population by of the most popular Bible study clicked with precision seldom ConnecticutHARTFORD
recent of the U.S. Commission Africa) Is our government..We volumes announced last
PhotosAt report only 2.8 per cent of its apprentices was seen during spring drills. With
Pick
Up on Civil Rights entitled trust this government like our ... week by Oxford University all members of ,the backfield Conn.The Connecticut
"Racial Isolation in the Public father and therefore do not want Th,'.apprenticeship\ issue,.he. pres The New Scofleld Reference returning, ((Sandy Bowers Ed State Conference of the
Schools." ,any foreign government like the ]J said, is dividing Negro and Bible, The study emphasizes the Importance United Nations,Damaras or He- labor leaders. Talk of a split 1909, uses in its revised form, Williams), Coach Labat lion the increase
Same Address of both the social class reros or any other government. between the two camps has the King James version with introduction foresees a season surpassing .there and Is urging that educational
composition of the school and We only want the government been heard. annotations and that of last year's 603 mark. parks be established
of their faculties. (South Africa) to help us until Dymally made public a report word changes designed to aid the At the end of the game Coach Jo end it in the cities.
Among factors in successful we are able to accept self-gov by the California Assembly modern reader. Labat released his 1967 sche- In a statement Issued by Mrs
school desegregation, the Com ernment Interim Committee on Industrial 4ule. ,Ella. L. Anderson of Stratford,
mission calls attention to the SET EXAMPLE president of the NAACP state

21st & Myrtle Ave. adding of Negro teachers to the NAACP Committee The report Relations charged that "the Boston Picked conference, and Charles B. Tin-
,staffs of previously white most desirable and prestigious ATLANTA-CNPO-A plea to sdale, chairman of the education -
schools.Registered Jewish parents intensify their committee, the Association
SAME 354-1894 Mans Annual \ mechanical trades are the most battle on behalf of the Negro's For NAACPMeet demands that "The state com
PHONE -
Illy-white. struggle for racial Justice and missioner of education in particular
-_ ,Convention PlansNEW Most white workers, the report economic opportunity, was BOSTON-(NPI)--When the make his position clear.
indicated, enter skilled made recently hv Mrs. Jncenh' 58th annual convention of the The commissioner (William J.
YORK.-The 58th annual ,i, crafts through the"back door," Willin, New York; president National Association the Ad Sanders) and other officials
convention of the NAACP will by being recommended by relatives National Council of Jewish Wo, vancement of Colored People cannot continue to ride the
'convene in Boston, July 10.15, without benefit of ape men, at the council's biennial convens in July 10-15, it will middle of the fence"
marking a historical return to prenticeship.Those convention in Theatre Atlanta. mark the historical return to the School officials, they slad,
the state that spearheaded the trying to get in through She warned that unless Jewish State of Massachusetts of the must make one of two choices,
19th movement to the apprenticeship route-many 19th century movement to abolish "either for
I II century parents follow this line, "your quality Integrated
O I I abolish slavery in America. of them Negroes-"encounter children may be lost to Jewish slavery In America. education, or for the preservation
The Committee on Convention extraordinary difficulties even life" This year's convention expect and hence an intensification
Procedure met here recentlyto In obtaining information on how ed to attraction than2OOOde. of segregated schools and all
prepare rules and regula to apply," the report said. EXPLORATION legates from 1,800 NAACP units their accompanying evils"
lions for the 1961 convention In Washington, the Equal Employment in 50 states, will have as The NAACP charges were
which is expected to attract Opportunity commission EVANSTON, ILL.-(NPI)--A, 'guest speakers Gov.John A.Vo timed to coincide with the open
more than 2,000 delegates from plans to put pro- thorough study of Catholic clergy lpe and Mayor John Colli.nsboth, ing day of the Governor's Con-
some 1,800 NAACP units in the posals Into effect which would Involvement in the racial .of whom have accepted invitations ference on Human Rights and,
I. 50 states. wipe out discrimination in apprenticeship revolution of the Inner city will to address the church. Opportunities, March 30. The
-von The committee elected Kees- programs be undertaken at a national conference Preparations for the conventIon NAACP suggests that the establishment
ler Montgomery of Boston, The Department of Labor, April 25-27, sponsoredby are in the hands of a Com. of educational parks
, ctalrman: and Miss Inca Hale meanwhile, warned officials of the Catholic Clergy Confer mitten on Convention Procedures and "regionallzatlon of the sub-
Brokers of New Orleans, secretary. about 500 apprentice training ence on the Interracial Aposto- headed by Keesler Montgo, urban-urban school districts''
Mortgage Massachusetts Gov. John A. programs that their apprentices late and the National Catholic mery, Boston, chairman;and must ultimately take place if the,'
Chamber of Commerce Volpe and Boston Mayor John\ will be excluded from work on Conference for Interracial Jus Miss Inez Hale, New Orleans, problems facing our society art
; Collins have accepted invitations federal projects unless pro- tice. Meeting in rington hotel secretary. to be adequately ecI."
to address the civil rights ,gram leaders agree not to conference participants will

We Pay YOUR BILLS. UP TO convention.The national office of the practice Union officials racial discrimination.were given an hear Class Negroes/Poor addresses on Negores"Middle

NAACP-the nation's oldest and< .April 10 deadline to comply the Civil Rights Gap," and IT'S 94 PROOF ..
5000.00 largest civil right organization with the department's anti-bias "Backlash and the White Con .
( -also announced that the management requirements.All science." Theme of the meet
of the Boston Red Sox apprentice programs registered is "The Ministry, Inner City
EW! WOOD-GRAIN baseball team will play host to 'with the departmentwere and Racial Revolution" JflCQUIN'S
ALUMINUM the delegates by making tickets required to pledge not ,
available for a game at Fen to discriminate by that' date. Occupation is another loflu
ALUMINUM SIDING PLUMBING way Park on "NAACP Night." Only registered progrms may ence on our concepts of G4d
AND use apprentices on federal pro
More than eight'out of ten
GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS MASONRY jects. Decertification would LONDON
farmers and service worker.
Western
Baptists, prohibit their use on such work.
ADD THAT MUCH NIIOED CAROOMWl WIRING WE but fewer than six out ol ten
Will PAT YOU IX.JTINO SILLSwlwr.LcoMINlvousnLts -
CEMENT Invites NBC Inc
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NO DOWN PAYMENT IIP TO 12 YEARS TO PAYEXTRA FLOORING western' slate 'l baptists

DENVER--An invitatl- Seek The Best Doctor, w Double Distilled
PAINTING THIS ,on has been extended to the National When Your Doctor Prescribes.
ROOMS r r Baptist Convention.U.s.A. J
Cet Experienced Pharmacists +h
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CARPENTRY ., Inc., to participate in the :According To Your Doctor's "J' t onbonaon GIN I ,
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annual convention of the Western
Aluminuin Sidl'nf ,Orders. We Use.OI1IyThe Best" To er
IRE States Baptist group, which
ESTIMATES Quality Drugs.
convenes in sessions Sept.4-10. '"
The NBC, Inc. headed by the '
PINT285muiiaosst
C. E. BLACK, Proprietor Q9
Rev. Joseph H. Jackson,Is the
--_._-- ----, largest Negro organization o f 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You 5thZr
Forch l J> Niew JRoo'ff F o. I Its kind in the world, with a DRYGIN
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1911 f..>(*... A... |*cl>ioill, *. rtPlm I million. % PINT .${
''9'DrivewoyJ,,'. your/bill" fwniift conwlidallm m* mart and building Wolta.< I flan.I 'qm. "Mwttltd fc' Some 30,000 delegates art ex., Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
I peeled descend upon the mile- -'
NAME : I High City for the Western Baptists .' PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED =
I* Till Flobri; Ne* KifcnW meet WBC president Is the 1 _'tae

ADDRESS .i..," . . Rev. A. Phillips, Denver. He is Lilly's Drug Store V

lu.Hipf.MeKH.lt CITY..STA1'e. PH. .I also entertainment chairman Only At Your Store
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t Scholarship Medical AwardTo SchoolDr.


t.J : \ Duelle Simpson, chairman *
of the scholarship com
II w mittee of the Dade County

j1 j1rt ,j I\ Academy of Medicine last week
t., presented the 1967 award to jb:

s o d School George the Medicine.Sanders University, a' sophomoreat of Miami

,r Sanders Is the first Negro to
I I
1I attend the school of medicine
and also the first in the southto
. be Initiated Into Phi Delta 4 1 9 1P
Epsilon Medical Fraternity.
A He serves as historian for the
.t local chapter.Mr. .
s Sanders has won many
e ;. ,f awards In his academic career.
L1Ie i '" ,.. He graduated as valedictorian
/A\ <, .. i' from Blanche Ely High School,
r Pompono, Florida, received a
BJS. from Morehouse College,
'. Atlanta, Georgia was an honor
ID student and exchange student I
to Bowdon College, Brunswick,
red
otn ri Maine.
: "I He was the recipent national ti'F'
.
7 i Medical Association and Florida

Board of HealthScholarship, pm
+Lae o and received the "student of

re 7t' the year" award from the local
Y. t ,. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. .
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tI Last year our recipient was a
,.. Members of the Nurses AIde training clue who graduated
laboratory assistant to Dr. G. Division of the Cashier Institute Mrs Ida Kelson. Standing are Mrs NancJO'Rourb.lnatuctor;
' : .o ;! from the Nurses Aide Training *
1'd d .At '.1 I Pail in the department of Mrs. Ida Lee Smith Mrs. Dorothy Lee LeerttM1. Betty
of Miami are shown here with their certificates pre-
: anatomy at the University of Mrs. Asenath Lane, Mrs. Rose Sprivey Mrs. Rosalie
.., .r; : sented by Director Mr. A.B. Chambers. Seated from left are Ephoed
'f School and this
Medical
Miami
Thompson Miss Ida Jackson Mrs. LIUle Mae Enrln and Mrs.
Mrs. Annie Ruth Crawford, Mrs Linda Smith Miss Nelsle
her .,; summer be will work as lab- Vivian Patricia Bonannl.At .
.. '' Mrs Catherine Mrs Jones and
Babooram. Dillard
1- .". f ., K.. .. a...."""' .... ,. ,oratory assistant to Dr.I.Been.
ci- WED-Miss Emily Louise Thompson and Charles Wllford' Marry were married recently Parasitologist at the medical "Drug" For Viet Nam Lady M.D. Rates Soap
school.
at ,the home of the grooms parents are seen cutting their wedding cab. Toe bride is the -
13 daughter of Mrs. Mamie Thompson of 1438 N.W.lst Place. She is a 1966 graduate of BookerT. Sanders Is the youngest son of "I had no hesitancy in listing soaps as being as important as vitamins or me UcauOlll..wheaasked Not to fre1ehttr.trneladdlrta t
.II Washington High School and attended Lindsey Hopkins Business School The bridegroom Mr and Mrs. Felton Sanders of to draw up a list of the dozen and a half most basic drug items..to distribute t o isolated carry a generous supply of soap,
pi Pompano, Florida. He has fine towns and villages in Viet Nam."
is the son of Mrs. Phoda Taylor of Miami and Mr. I. Murry of New York. He is a graduate detergent shampoo and tooth-
brothers and three sisters. This declaration about the vital relationship between cleanliness and health originates with Dr. pa.tte.peelally on ships of
of Booker T, Washington Higb School and is now a drapery designer. The couple will
reside in Miami. Alice E. Palmer a noted dermatologist who serves as Medical Consultant of the Far Eastern foreign registry
S Division, Agency for International Development
,
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was granted a '. '.
aed 1 Phone 226-2645 her husband for slightly over two years, on grounds of crueltyand $ "', '' / '> '
t t'r' adultery. Their marriage in June,1964"hit the rocks" last Hj U
Thanksgiving Day when Miss Jackson vacated her plush south- ;1I ; 4-

.. 707 Lester Street side home after a heated altercation with Galloway, who remained --. ...- ..lb .

tot Thomasville, Georgia unruffled throughout the trial ,

:}- COPS SEIZE WILSON, "OF AY" I
t COLUMBIA, S.C<-(NPI)- ock W Roll singer Jackie Wilson
tJD and a band member were booked for immoral conduct and

I- CASHIER TRAINING INSTITUTE released last week, after police raided their rooms in the
'- Downtowner motel and seized them in bed with two nude white
women, ages 24 and 25.'The women face the prospect of payinga
1. OF MIAMI higher price for the torrid Interracial relationship in "Dixie"
11 u their bonds were set at $ZOO each. Wilson and sideman
e Jimmy Lee Smith were released on $100 bond each.


d, WINS $13,500 JUDGMENTLOS
9 ANGELES-NPI-The District Court of Appeals last ;
ed week awarded "naughty" comedian Red Font $13,000 in back
royalties plus cost in his long standing suit against Dooto
loJ4 Records and its president, Donuts 'Williams The suit centered -
I on rights to Forts comedy records and ended a four
year injuction obtained by Dooto restraining the comedian
rt from recording from any other company.
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1ao JAZZMAN'S DEATH
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d.Ie week for clarinetist Buster Bailey 64, who died of a heart
t- attack after a long and colorful Jau career during which be
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Fletcher Henderson, Lucky MUllnder and Nobel Slssle. Bailey
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11 Baby Rattler Be cones Full Grown Burroughs Announces Candidacy 4 H Girls Play Day

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giving $10,000to For Commissioner Of Sanitation To Be HeldSaturday

fans installed at The Annual 4-H Girls' Play
the sport Iis grams are being
Dick Burroughs basamouncedthtit
to reduce cost Day will be held Satllrday.April
the City Garage
who know their stuff.Whatever be will be a candidate for of operations there. 22, at the 4-H Park Auditorium
s election to the position of City of McDuff and First
of the steps I corner
"Every one
Commissioner In charge of sni- few months Streets, from 9.00 a.m to 3:00
the past
have taken
know about tattoo health the Coliseum-
,
you s At this time 4-H Clubs
SPO,u I sports could pay oft big for you Auditorium and Sports Com has been dlslgned to Increase and p.m.from throughout the county will
reduce costs,
in Giant efficiency
Sport Magazine's Sports plex.
,
the Skit
be participating or
er Quiz, beginning in the May issue. In making the announcementthat give citizens a cleaner city.
conducted the
$5,000 first prize plus other cash My program for the future is active sports by
he will run in the Demo-
; and valuable prizes will be goingto cratic primaries In May and to continue what I have started City Recreation Department.A .
t-i fans who know the personalities and to constantly seek new ways Junior Club and a Senior
Juune Burroughs said
and events in the world of to get full value for every tax Club will be awarded a trophy
"In the 4 1/2 months since
Sports. dollar." as a result of havelng earnedthe
Also in this month's Sport, an my appointment to the City Burroughs is President and largest number of points
exclusive article, "The Ballplayers Pick the Pennant Commission, I have instituted Secretary of the family firm during the day's activities.
Winners" Plus the inside on Mickey Mantle and 21 a series of broad programs in of Jacksonville Marine Supply\ Points are given on percent
other authoritative in-depth) features on the collegeand the various departments under 4516 Appleton Ave. age of attendance winners of
pro sports scene. 1 ep / my Juridictton to achieve maxi Company is married to the former the active games, and participation -
He
For real close-ups of the personalities who make mum economy and yet at the in the Talent Contest
Caroline Ross and the:;; have
sports happen, put your money on : came time to increase the effciency soda and Original Song Contest.All .
Sport two sons.'A native Jason
Get the
Sport. May issue today. of services rendered
4-H members are invitedto
graduate of Robert E. Lee High
rem ueew.lerlpll1l to Jacksonville cttiMii."In attend.
School, he attended Virginia
uititanr Institute and Jacksonville -
'BABY RATTLER BECOMES FULL GROWN Tony Ash, football and baatttball star tat i1 University. Be served In Big bold button. are being usedto
Florida AUI, University High School signs a four-year scholarship to FAMU. Ash holds the U.S. Army from 1954-1956 give color accents to children's
COMING SOON 1 the all-time FAMU High School rushing record. The fleet halfback rushed for IZSO'yards and was stationed overseas in summer clothes Sudsable mato-
In his Junior year to set the record. Looking on from left to right are Bobby Lang FAMU Puerto Rico. He is an Episcopalian rids predominate in these fashions
of FAMU and attend St. Mark's and frills are eliminated to
assistant line coach, and Matthew Estaras principal High.
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I Eugene J. Butler's Boys Day Observed At covered hamper convenient]

CALLAHAN FLORIDA for stacking clean laundry out of]
Red And White Falcons James W. Johnson School eight until there ia time to iron It.
The clothes will com out especial]
11 t ti Monday at 9 a.m., the first H. Mitchell, Visiting teacher fresh and clean smelling\ if you
SATURDAY MAY 6 3 1 M.. Score In Track Meet annual Boys Day celebration Duval County;Rev.A.J.Hughes also drop a couple ban of unwrapped y
Eugene J, Butler's Red and will be held at James Weldon pastor St. John Baptist Church, soap Into the hamper.
Johnson Junior High School. and Sheriff Dale Carson.
Sanitation
White Falcons participated In the Department
ADVANCE ADM. 2.00 AT DOOR '2.50FREE four quadrangle track and field The spotlight wills focusedon Group sessions will begin at I have lDstaUed a Sen1ce CeDter --
meets during the current track the boys in the school. 10 a.m., and end at 2 p.m. During for all moving equipment, with
season, held at Northwestern According to Principal H. the luch hour consultants, foolproof record and servicingprocedures
Junior High Schoo. James Greene problems toe b counselors and student leaders which already Is
BUS SERVICE TABLES FREE The results were: Butler 82, discussed are: "Acts Whict will dine in the school cafeteria. reducing repair and maintenance FROM ADAM CLAYTON POWELL-
... Anderson, 47, Vocational 49, Lead to the Juvenile Court, Special eating carrells have costs. I have issued Instructions -
and Gilbert 0. The second meet "The Plight of the Juvenileand been designated for use by program for driver to treat
LITTLE MILTON found Raines Vikings running the Court," "The Boy participants.As the equipment with greater care A MESSAGE TO MY FRIENDSDuring
wild with 131 points Butler, 49! Grows Into Manhood" "With a culminating event recorders and helpers to treat garbage
points New Stanton, 35 and Adult Responsibilities 'nIe from each symposium cans more gently.have actedto
Engineers 19. Declining Status of the Negro will present a resume of the shut down an obsolete Incinerator -
i
AND HIS ORCHESTRA GUber took first place honorsin Male" and "The Needfor" Male session during the afternoon which cannot be during thew turbulent times.
.. the third meet with 7Z points. Family Leadership. chapel hour at 2.15, followed economically renovated, tohelpcut You are aware of the legal
second was Butler with 60; The problems mentioned and by a social hour In honor of air pollution. I have addedto problems which have pre-
a Vocational third with 36 and other pertinent problems,which all male student Boys will be trash pickup days each week vented me from being with
Extra Feature Anderson, 10 points. boys may encounter will be admitted free.,I for a cleaner Jacksonville. I you personally in New York
William Raines led In the four discussed, directed by persons Ashby Cowart will serve as am now negotiating the pur- as well as elsewhere. How
MISS KATHY DAYE meet. Coach James Day's who presently work with the master of ceremonies for the chase of the Vega Street service ever, "IF A MAN FALLS
HE SHALL RISBAOAINI"I !
Vikings came up with 127 1/4 boys In a professional capacity program which 11: Meditation property in order to save
.. points while Coach Henry Craw- it was announced. Edward hall, occasion Tyrone the City $109,000 and to end an have composed a SPECIAL
The consultants Include:Frank Male Voice j MESSAGE to you and to
ford's Falcons were second with Powell selection, exorbitant lease."EDlareement .
LITTLE MILTON 601/2 points respectfully. Coleman Juvenile counselor Choir; Introduction to panel, of the Gator THE the world FAITH called BABY'KEEP,"a record -
Volusla County; E.L. Vance Harold Hart; selection, Boys Bowl to 70,000 seats has been album" 1 HAVE PERSONALLY
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. STAR PAPERS pur.
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stars in the making Paul Revere 200 B CC Students SPORTS Note


L Sollll O. Sports J Road, Track Race Get., Study Grants PACES CELTICS

with Spring football practice at NEW YORK 11 IT 'ill 11JLL Cincinnati reds Starts At MidnightDAYTONA Bethune-Cookmao College Is Jam (Dead-pan) Jones last week lived up to his reputation
the
BY
CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON uterine Us final week. More as the Boston Celtics sharpshooter when he netted 51 points
FINAL TRIBUE TO FELLOW SCRIBE In BEACH- Final than 45 potential B-CC Wildcats to lead the Celts to 118-109 victory over tno,+ New York Knickerbockers -
a poll of Pacific Coast Gus Gil was
There Is a prominent slogan In Journalism-.more of an selected League managers, plans for the first running of have been put through sweat. ano and Into the National Basketball Association finals
as "the best defensive second baseman in the
attempt to placate and pacify the overworked, underpaid Coast League for 1965". In his second season with the Padres, the Paul Revere 250 track and grind sessions for the past two Alter Jones' brilliant display of shooting, the Celts pre-
newspaperman than anything else-which proclaims laudlbly Gus batted .250 in 145 In 1964 he hit .305 In 12$ road race at midnight of July weeks on the practice field at pared to tangle with Wilt Chamberlain and the Philadelphia
that fame games 3 are near Ing completion,it was 76ers for the Eastern
"newspaper does not mean being remembered the College Division title The winner will play
for San
games Diego and was named to the 1964 Cot-t League
when ,CAtre dead; It means being respected while you are All Star team. announced by officials of Headcoach Jack McClalren the Western Division champion for the NBA title

alive." Second baseman Thomas Gustavo "Gus" Gil born April 19 Daytona International Speed- .said, "The main purpose of this
That incidentally is why this column "A FJnalTribute ;way and the Sports Car Clut is
is entitled 1939 at Caracas Venezuela. He bats throws right ad spring practice to Iron out a
right
to. a Fellow Scribe," for the man who. passing recently of America (SCCA). few kinks that carried over from i
S feet 10 inches
weighs 180 Ibs.In .
__ ____ Speedway president Bill
Inspired it, was Indeed respected both as ally and adversary last season For instance, we
f1'.,\ : France, and Jim Kaser, SCCA lave bees concentrating on

Halley. Harding, former basketball star, sports writer, \1t q tompetltlon director, said that some offensive Improvement in
announcer, goiter and after-dinner speaker, was paid many I" ) :.' official entry blanks for the the area of an "isolation type ill
tributes during his lifetime. He was also called may ugly $10,000 race would. be put In the blocking" attack. This\ Is one
names because cI his constant crusading for fa1rplay 1D sports '" '. mail within. a week, and both of the things that we really
.
by those who wanted him to keep his blankety blank nose out i of said they were confident of didn't have time to concentrate 3 /'I i
their business.Yes Al enthusiastic responses from. on during regualr season. The
there is no question but that Harding, 56 at the time be 1"M drivers throughout the country. action Is designed to the defense -
succumbed to a heart attack in Chicago, is well rememberedin The Paul Revere 250 miles a little longer In an effort -
Journalism. But it Is also true that he never received the will be contested over the to give the Quarterbacka
credit nor reward he deserved u an athlete, crusader and Speedway's 3.81-mile Inter- few seconds longer to hold M fsffsa &SSSsSSi
1 nation circuit, which means that '
I < the ball.
publicist. 1 t t fig yt the cars will run through the ThtTwifr $altv_>yili I Himself one of those unfortunate Negro athletes who were On the other hand, I am try- i..L, ,
ahead of their time and were forced by the color line into dark round the 2.5 mile high- log to teach my Quarterbacks SHELL OYSTERS BUSHEL $5$0
secondary: roles, Harding was one of t the early crusaders for banked trloval, and then swoop now to throw accurately while
eradicating the color bar In sports. He was also the man who Into the flat, winding Infield getting rid of the ball quickly." SELECT FOR FRYING "NT 'I"

strove mightily to extol the greatness of one of the most tabled rtMe' road. McClalren said, "All four of
. and extraordinary men in American: sports-Leroy (Satchel) This is the same tough, fast the Quarterbacks who. were. car- STANDARD FOR STEWING '!"
layout over which the annual .
w1 ried the
r on squad last year,are
At member of the Kansas Monarches in the Q r W4 s Daytona 24 Hour Continental He DIUM..y., cue's a,. . .
City now attrI is looking good singled out ,, ., .LL'3250nkn ift.'S
defunct American Baseball bad run. tddie Campbell first SSCALLOSTIAKP1544Froa, C..k,. ,.
Negro league, Harding! played a year .
The Paul .
Revere Is .
with Paige and therefore was In an ideal position to speak I t to a newcomer 'man .who sat out most of last : : : .".".". .U.u. It.nonN T9.SHalu ..
of the remarkable talents of Paige, who has remained a t Speedway's Fourth year. Campbell was a star / SHAD .oi . .LI. n.
pitching star longer than any man in the game. of July schedule, heretofore Quarterback at Jones High iLOUNDIC COAT F,..WHITING., .LI. 5S.
But Harding' own athletic career was an example of the limited to the Firecracker 400, School Orlando."He Is showIng SMALL rioovmiu . .[LI.U59:
which off at 10 : ;
gets the
ajn., on ,
cruel racism against which he crusaded so ardently Halley some of the qualities of his
Fourth.
himself would have made It big as a basketball, baseball early training on the practice
The Firecracker 400 is SPECIALOCEAN
and football star, had It not been for "Old Man Jim Crow." for filed now, and I am expecting
late model Grand National stock
He was a member of the Original Harlem Globetrotters big things from him next
and the oldtimers tell me he was beck of a ballhawk. He ,cars, and the Paul Revere for season," Jack said. GRAY TROUT 49c LI

also would have been another Bob Cousey, or K.D. Jones, the "baby the grand national" machines "Another area of concentration NORTHERN CROAKER 39c LI'
the Barracudas
in professional basketball, hand not the combination of pre Mustangs, is kicking and punt re
judice and expediency not restricted him to the clowlng role Camaros, the and Darts, and the new turns. Pm havlogClewls Wright WHOLE RED SNAPPER 79c Lt'
Cougars the
-plus
of a Trotter. to kick for the corner and for WHITE
under 2 liter cars such the PERCH
He was a baseball star of gem, and ould have made It big 1965 Gil paced the Coast League second basemen In Porsches the Alfa-Romeos as the out-of-bound markers. Recently 49c Lt'
,
in that sport too had old man "Jim crow" not Intervened putouts ((389) and double plays ((106)). BMWs, Lotus Cartlnas, Austin, the NCAA ruled out fair BEACH WHITING 49c Lt'
One of Gil's best boosters Is Dave Bristol the Reds Coach. catches and that the offensiveline
Amend ,Coopers, Saabs Mini-Coopers SMALL PAN
he also football of professional worth. can't proceed down field TROUT 35c :
was a player Gus played for Bristol two seasons at Macon; In the Venezuelan and Lanc1u.I Lt
So with his own athletic career as an example of the restriction Winter League; and at San Diego for two seasons until the ball is caught by the

suffered by outstanding Negro athletes, Harding "Gus does a floe Job," declared Bristol. "He played a punt returner or hits the ground,'
turned to crusading for their rights, and took up the pen asa lot of second base for us and he can do an outstanding Job

weapon.He at third base. They tell me be Is also Impressive at short.
started as a sports writer for the Los Angeles Sentineland "The youngster has quick hands, has style all his own
at the time of his death was sports editor of the New. .and handles the double play ball well," continued BristoL
Crusader, a militant Chicago weekly. His sports column was ."He Is one of the best second sackers In the game at the ,
entitled "Just Breezing Along the Sports Trail," but there off-balance, throw to any base/' declared Bristol.
was nothing breezy about the Intensity of his campaign.To .' Gil, who. is a very quiet youngster and goes about his Job
quote one of his ardent fans, "Halley blasted the b.. .1 in a very efficient manner, broke Into the Reds farm systemat 4.i .
out of 'em," meaning of course, his attacks on those who Geneva In 1959 (.267), and in 1960 played nine games with L
would tone down or restrict the Negrds .role in sports. Seattle and In 119 for Missoula hit .318. He added .269 ;
know brass who would have likedto $- :
I personally of one sports figure at Columbia in 1961.
kick Harding right where he sat at his sports bench on Gus performed brilliantly for Macon in 1962 (.276)) and at

the basketbillsidel1D8s. i Macon again in 1963 (.277) before going with San Diego in
Thus, it was as crusading writer that. Harding made his 1964 and 1965. He was with the Reds from September 20.
most effective mark in sports. As a writer, he was more on during the 1964<< season but didn't see any action
of a provocative interpreter of events and conditions thana Gus played winter. ball this past off-season with. Valencia:
technician. A man of strong conviction he ripped into in Venezuela. .
anything smelly, racially or otherwise, and was a strong

opponent was quick of Jobbery.He to point. out anything he considered "a hustle" Balimore Orioles :jCoach Jacking;!

He also campaigned for better pay and conditions for atk-'

fetes, and once even criticized the Negro American league' Winner' In
on these accounts. He wrote. in his column at that time that For New Sparks
Negro baseball players in the league were forced to "ride rr Y
In buses and as as the human American Leaguenew
about rickety" play many games NASHVILLE-(NPI)-* dway,
body can stand Tennessee State
Harding never let up in his campaign on behalf of Negro york the Baltimore University's
athletes. ,Orioles will be runaway pen' 26-game baseball schedule,
A colorful individual with. an Intense love for sports, Harding nant winners in the American Coach Raymond Whltmon Is
still for the "certain
would often bound off the sports bench at basketball games to League race and the Pittsburgh looking
denounce anthlng that smacked of bias, slacker, or bad Pirates are heavy favorites in combination"to keep a winningstring T

strategy. He once criticized guard Slbago Green of the then the National League, according alive. ; __
senior center-
to an exclusive poll at more than Sparked by
pro Chicago Zephyrs of "bouncing the ball too much back- .
fielder Allen Robinson who Is
court. Pass It off. Get It down cout to the forwards," he 500 major-leaguers appearingIn :
the current issue of SPORT baiting the ball at a .408 clip! COMING ATTRACTIONS
yelled. the big blue batsmen are 8-5
There are too few men in sports with the fire, enthusiasmand Magazine.
Picked to fill out the first on the season and have managed
crusading spirit of Halley Harding and :ie deserves Infinitely -
to win only three In a
division behind the Orioles in games
more than the small tribute paid him in this column;
the American League are the// row up to now.Sophomore .
Sports writers of similar crusading fervor-like Chicago'sWGNTV
lefthanded hurler
Los Sentinel's Brad Pye Minnesota Twins, Detroit
Smith ,
Wendell Angeles
Ron Braden has been Whltmon'i
Philadelphia Tribune's Claude Harrison, and myself-fhouK Tigers, Chicago White Sox and
top pitcher. The Detroit-born JACKSONVILLE
Cleveland Indians followed in
get going on a salute to Harding In a more tangible way by cnrveball artist has woo three COLISEUM
order by the California Angels,
arranging a memorial for him and establishing a trophy In Kansas City Athletics, New'York and dropped two.

his honor. _____ __ Yankees, Boston Red Sox

FIGrfT CANCER KITH A,1 and Washington Senators. ,WatchThis
In the Nations League,the contenders
CHECK UP AND A CHECK
behind the Pirates according
to the player poll;will Clown

be the San Francisco Giants,
AUTO INSURANCE Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia April 22ri COUNTRY MUSIC
Phillies and Cincinnati Reds. S4 13 17I WQIK

In ,Unitr Pin Inilitli The 1966 pennant winning Los \ .!'

Angeles Dodgers, without retired 51 51 55 A
C Monthly continous coverage Sandy Koufai and traded

C Payable monthly-low rates Maury Wills, are expected to 1 9 April 29th JACKIE WILSON SHOW
No finance charges drop to sixth In the standings. '

e 10/20/5 Liability)i trailed by the St. Louis Cardinals 2"" 1
C Free SR-22 Filings Houston Astros, New
S Other Benefits York Mets and Chicago Cubs. 5 May 5th,. 6th t 7th ALL STAR RODEO

In the SPORT Magazine polling. 4 "

Cai Til Quality? CaU Today for by top American indlviddla performances Leagues, the 32-45-15 May 18lh I i.

Orioles' Frank Robinson was WRESTLING

ROBERT TRAVIS I ASSOCIATES chosen as the probable Most 99 35 98
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Valuable Player and Home-Run

Leader, the Twins' Tony Oliva Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes 'May 27th JOE TEX
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and Jim Kaat as Leading Hitter He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts,
and Leading Pitcher, respectively He works it all around.
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Reggie Smith as the Outstanding 69 100 98 '

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. What Censes Riots?? Who Really Knows (Continued from PapOoe) BradstreetAeecreces C.edii.ry' LEO'S ROOM FOR RENT
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for such an excuse to move in er buildup of tensions in low- board, warned that "If the Gardner is promoting an interracial For Commissioner Of Highways Sin KipariifOf I Furnished room for Hot rent.and
and take control"In borne visit Single Man or Couple.
income and"even program
areas greater spring or summer Is hot, it
Berwyn, m., police uncovered explosions; be said will be because the 99 per to bring whites and Negroes henry T: Broadstreet, the Incumbent Following) a plot to Increase racial Baby, convenor. Coordinating cent group (of moderate hard together for "continuing dialogue" Commissioner cHighways (! World War n, he 1 RIO Kill1 i
Government in
'returned to City
tensions by faking attacks on Council of Community Organi working Negroes) hu refused and Involvement in the and Sewers, .announced -
white youths and blaming themon zatlons, was referring to the to take a positive community' problems BisiiissS34 )
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Negroes. possibility that the House Committee position against methods which ment and poverty.Russians. to the post be was appointed (assistant City Engineer for the Only FOR MEN IMI WOMEN
The suburban police became to In January of 1963 {city of Jacksonville He was
suspicious when they kept getting might on Un-American probe racial Activities un-- threaten neighborhood his own, Ida borne own his person own Broadstreet Is sl native of(promoted to City Engineer in E, Uiiu St. OF ALL ACES
i96L and served in that capacity
Jacksonville
the same story of attacksby rest. and his Given and attended local
Negroes from different own positive efforts to public schools. He attended ,until he was selected to till the Take New IMPROVED NATURE -
In Cleveland, racial tensions to become middle
As prosper Shots in Arm night school and position {youths a result they swooped were said to be building to class." received his tired
?)' down on what they describedas such a fever pitch that insur-up He denounced militants who TORONTOThe Professional Civil Engineering missioner left open when MAIDS I FOR NEW TORK] run down feeling that keeps you
a "hate gIU1&" and arrested Certificate In 1929 from the former Commissioner Louis from enjoying life. 100 Tablets
ance companleswere hesitant to maintain "that white men hare 164 mrmlxri of the Soviet
several youths. State Board of Engineering Examiners. Ritter was elevated to the maj UP TO J75 WEEK $3.00; 200 Tablets $5,00.$1,00
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write any type of insurance no rights in a Negro community Red Army en
In Chicago, civil rights leader within city limits. and then proceed to intimidate route to a pctformance at He then studied law ority. Top joos NOW, best homes la deposits on C.O.D. EMPIREN.Y.
Albert A. Raby said a possible A local Negro leader Bert- whites tyr robbing them or loot- Winnipeg( got shots in the at Jacksonville Law College and' Bradstreet Is active in man) .City,New Jersey Friendly ,.PRODUCTS t SALES Dept. FS
U$. House investigation riotsin arm from Canadian health was admitted to the Florida professional and civic organisations. ,5937 N. Broadway, Chicago,UL
ram E. Gardner became embroiled Ing or maliciously breaking out families Fare sent, rush re-
Chicago and other cities could official Immigration and Bar II 11M. He is a llfe-longmem- *0628.
in when be the FREE GIFT
controversy windows of their stores ferences.
result Charges in racial that the trouble.riots were suggested that lawless elements leaving whole business areas check hpillh officlnU discovered In a lh.routine Rui" _r. '-rBradstreet- -- -r..I, tar of is the married Presbyterian to the Church.Be former. 300 W. 40 St., N.Y.C., Dept!?
Communist Inspired might within the Negro community desolate while at the same Ilanl| had left thrlr vaccination t IU14red/ones..They have one'
Itself may be responsible for time insisting that they as certificate at home. ,
Thomas Dale Broad- WANTED
temporarily "put the lid" on the threat of son, apl 1q HELP
summer violence. Negroes have a right to go -- ""
the Negro problem but ulti- ******* street.
mately would result in a great land's Gardner Community who heads Relations Cleve- please.downtown or anywhere else they BOOKS.OP'EREGBTER NOW In.announcing Broadstreet his candidacy stated, "I I IIII i ISABELLA OF PARIS Female"

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SATURDAY, APRIL 22. was first employed ,never run for public office; I and women, to sell adver The man born with the gift.Rev.
am not a politician, I am an of Macon
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