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Florida star news
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April 29, 1967
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Negro couple today asked the

U$. Supreme Court to dismiss

charges of contributing to the

delinquency of minors t

WIFE charge that grew outolapeacetul1nterraclalsoclal -
WHITE SAYS gathering

t { Attorneys of the NAACP Legal

Defense and Educational Fund,

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In relationships between

Wis Adept >r Noire adults and children.
LDF lawyers point out that
Race For
there Is lack of clear definition
a -
Adam Clayton Powell suggested the papers or bear from his
In this of the law In
wife Yvetle that he area
to his lawyers Mrs. Powell
was really not a Negro, she claimed an SO states.
revealed In an exclusive she Mr. and Mrs. John Henry '
Third Ward Seat today "What worries me most ,
Ladles' Home Journal article. concluded "Is something be Dokes face this charge "solely ,\

Although the official record told me through his lawyers. .-a__ ... __;...___1_ ..... _.. because they permitted t peaceable -' :\
In
states that three of Mr. Powell's If we get dlvoreced be demands Interracial gathering
Citizens Share Different. Views grandparents were white and custody of Adamclto. How canI their home," the LDF attorneys

the fourth Negro Mrs Powell child to who Cranford 18 is led after she in the asserted
give my a man LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Mrs. Josephine was struck
added that this Is
On Negroes Opposing Each Other said, "He told me be was not in recent months and years bas face by a rock during an open> housing match In lcIsv1lle's south end Monday night Some of They sbockincpollcem1sconductin a case

related by blood to his grandfather never even sent him a Christmas 83 demonstrators, escorted by 150 police marched for two hours In a predominantly white that the entered -
Powell and was the son card or a birthday card? area. (TELEPHOTO) police apeaceful
When the books closed for Interracial in Little
qualifying for city offices last party a i
of a1 white man. Mr. Powell Yet Adam seems determined.One .
Friday, April 21, no less than five Negro Jazons bad tossed Rock public housing project because -
claimed that be was adopted by of his lawyers told me,.
their hats Into the political arena.. and three of them wereopposing his grandfather Powell a Negro 'He won't even talk about this 2 Negro COIn lmea Leaders they saw whites and Negroes -
each other. enter and arrested all
molding the character of youth. and a former slave, and wasdaui point; be wants the boy. He's Rights ,
Running each
other
against participants.
for the Third Ward council seat The young concll-asplrant content to let the world think he prepared to fight for him, and Serve Rivera Beach Minors werechargedwltbpossession -
I served on the Municipal Court was a Negro However, In anew he's sure he'll win. He's got the ;
now held by Barney Cobb of alcohol and adults
Sam railroad1 are 1 I Juvenile Jury, an Innovation autobiography Mr. Powell connections; he's got the Important RIVERIA BEACH-With the /
Jones, a retired with contributing to the delinquency -
ViolenceATLANTA.
brought in by Judge John San- wrote for the Congressional friends.: election of candidate BobbleB. Foresee of minors.

tora, which was accallmed nationally Directory the word 'Negro," Brooks to the Rlverlan The evidence Mr. and
bf which was included In earlier Bfach council last Tues- against
social workers. city
The current campaign markithe 'edition, was omitted,the article Seek, ..4ajr April 4B..the number of, ... The rioting li!. slum'dwellers and"encouraged. .Mrs. Dokes. was merely that one Z
Mtrchrs them not to participate. minor "sm lted 'A
't(: alcohol.
... first time that Negroes disclosed."I Negroes serving on the council Nashville,Term.,and the street!t
said Kings
Mitchell
a Negro In LDF
summary, attorneys
still do not know' whether will increased marches In Louisville an
have ,opposed each other for be to two. '
had "created hate ,
office ,in Duval County. Some what Adam told me about his Brooks, 31, who Is employed merely, the, sparks of anotbei r i marches argue that the Dokes's convictions -
> Civil rights spokesmen charge the courts of Ark-
citizens regard the competition father was the truth or Just To Close Up as a chemical engineer at the summer of racial violence, 1 efforst have by
| that appreciable In
the fears voiced by civil right no ansas are violation of the
that another of his lories, Mrs.
as a sign Negroes are slum
leaders become a reality. been made to defuse Fourth and Fifth Amendments
Powell said.
maturing politically. areas, scene of almost all the !in that
On the other hand In view of At another time, Mrs. Powell Rev. William Sloane Coffin,
,
racial violence over the past 1)) There is
no evidence in the
Keificky chaplain at Yale University anda
the fact that no Negro has wrote, her estranged husband Dlr.JLOUISVILLE
four summers. record to the convictions
support -
been elected to office In Duval became so conscious of his longtime advocate of Negro Carmichael who has
Stokely .
In the as a Negro In Congress rights said, "Pm afraid the
there County are past who 50 interpretthe years, power that be believed she was a detriment KY- (NP1))- situation can't help but get been touring college campuses 2)) The contributing to delinquency -
many Local civil rights demonstrators worse" across the nation, Is urging statute under which the
aspect of Negroes opposing to him. "People might" have picked a new target This dreary outlook Is sharedby young Negroes to fight for their state proceeded .is vague and
each resent the fact you're white
other of ,
j
SAM JOM* as a sign
in their protest against segrigated freedom. Carmichael, who uncertain
:!1sunlt,. It is felt that when and "you Just don't like Negroes Negro leaders and civil
worker ; housing I the Kentucky beads the Student Non-violent 3)) The admission of testimony
; Mrs.SallyeMathls Negro candidate to be elected, ," Mrs. Powell said her right fighters across the nation. -
tired schoolteacher and local !lie: result it Is .is husband told her "Since I bad Derby. Coordinating Committee spokeIn regarding observations by police -
that
.. NAACP official and John said fallen in love with a Negro The marchers may try to disrupt "Progress once begun must Nashville the night before this officers Inside a home
,
Thomas a young Municipal that seemed strange," Mrs. the Derby on May 6. It accelerate or a peaceful revolution month's rloUbegan."Wherever entered without warrant or probable -

Court probation officer. Powell said, She is the former would be a severe economic 1 turns Into a violent revolution the buckles cause violates the Con-

Jones who is a vicepresident Yvette DlagoofSan Puerto blow' to this bourbon and ," Coffin said before (whites) got injustice, we're stitution.
,
of the Florida Voters League a Rico. thoroughbred city. the outbreak in Nashville. going to tear their cities The case Is being bandied

as for a long time been After her 1960 marriage to The threat to disrupt the Der- .S Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., apart," he told the crowd in by LDF Director-Counsel:

in the forefront of the fight Mr. Powell in Puerto Rico by, Louisville's chief annual : told a news conference In New St. Peterburg, Fla. Greenberg, Associate Counsel
tourist attraction made The clv'l rights attack has James M. Nabrlt m Assistant
for reapportionment and district Mrs. Powell described her was Jork a week ago: ,
voting as well u the life as "remendously happy. by the Rev. AJ).Williams King, 1 "Pll preach nonviolence with shifted from segregation to the Counsel Michael Meltsner of the

Surely no woman ever /,> a brother of Dr. Martin Luther ar all my might, but Pm afraid root problem of living stan- LDF New York headquarters

a more perfect honeymoon spent or King, Jr., and a leader of open -- it will fall on deaf ears. I'm dards Now the demand increasingly They are Joined by Professor
marches In the .Is for better jobs Anthony Amsterdam of the University
felt more cherished and sure housing city. sorry to have to say this, but
BROOKS
of the future than I." Derby Day Includes a pre-race BOBBIN E. the Intolerable conditions which houses and education. uf Pennsylvania In
,". in IfPratt "We are talking about realistic Philadelphia and Little Rock attorneys
.
n Soon after Mrs. Powell said parade, starting a narrow Chemical firm brought about racial violence -
,
downtown streets that will cele- -Whllney last summer still exist." goals," said Floyd B. John W. Walker and
the
Congressmantoldher"Youwill polled 1,881 votes, running in McKissick national director of Detector Tiller.
downtown streets that will King, president of the Southern ,
find that there two
are Group 1 against Harold Jaeger,
C.ra
create a serious traffic snarl Christian Leadership Conference the Congress of Racial Equality -
d MRS. SALLYE MATHS Adam Clayton Powells.There'sthe the white Incumbent councilman "We have found the First
I even without demonstrtlons. then singled out as average Negro Forenaa
one that you read aboutin who served as council chair-
Comedian Dick said man Is not seeking and beg
Gregory "powder kegs" such cities as
neither Negro would and the the papers, and then there'sthe Negroes should try to Interfere -' man. Cleveland Los Angeles the ging so much for integrated Of West j
Key
real I'm not Jury
.
whole purpose of attempting one. a play- Brooks ran for the Group 3
housing he Is adequate
with the Derby unless an San Francisco Bay area, New as seeking I Ia
to gain representation would be boy at all. Pm very serious, seat two years ago but was '
,
defeated. I go to bed early, I don't run open housing ordinance Is defeated by William Shannon York, Newark, N J., Washing housing KEY; WEST It was probably
around." "I'm ton, D.C., and Chicago. Dr. Robert Green, a Michigan first, In this century at any
It .is reported that efforts who did not run this year.
are When she diclded to work in not going to lie down in Most of the clashes between'' State University faculty rate, for Monroe Conty, when
being made to get two of the The election of Brooks gives
member who has been allied
front of a horse myself he
whites and Negroes Chicago a Negro was selected as fore-
her husband's Washington office
candidates to withdraw but. the city council two Negroes
said. "But I know a lot of cats last summer were the resultof with King, is convinced "the man of six-member circuit
Mrs. Powell said it was
thus far, nOn has yielded. that wilt" for the first time in history. riots are going to come."
King's campaign for court Jury
JOHN THOMAS Thomas made It known several because Powell needed a SpanIsh Meanwhile civil rights workers Malcolm F. Cunningham, local open "Unless there is a greater '
speaking assistant to handle housing in the city's all-white Cecil BalD was chosen fore-
months ago that he Intendedto poured Into Louisville from attorney, whose term has suburbs. effort on the part of the country man by Us fellow all white
campalng for an end of discriminatory seek election to the office relations with his Puerto Rican another year to run, was the
of leaders
the South to participate in key political
open King has said the campaign Jurors: Mrs. J. L. Marchant
constituents In Harlem.PoweU's
.
practices in the which was about the time that first Negro to bold a seat on .
and the Congress to indicate
housing marches in all-white -
William
of street marches will be re-1 Bruce W. Boudreax:,
office .
Jury system. Ekes R!. Lucas announced that was well run, a Municipal body in Florida. to Negroes that meaningful
areas. turned this summer. J. Francis, Sr., Dauane S. De-
she "From
Mrs. Mathls the widow of be would Thomas then told reported. everything -
run. There talk of a Negro changes are being made in em-
was
But the Rev. Henry Mitchell meritt and Walter V. Burns.
I I would have ,
saw to
0. Earl MathU who operateda friends that be would U ,
run only boycott of the public schools Yovth Creep ployment, housing and education decision
that the taxpayers: J pastor of a Baptist Church located The Jury returned a
say get
shoe and haberdashery establishment -, Lucas decided not to to enter more .
than their worth InAdam's -t. move that would free Negro I a block from King's apartment we can expect that the in favor of Mario Lacedonla,
has served for a the A few before the money's
race. days pupils to serve as rein- disorders we have bad will
in Chlcag's West Side who contested the possession
number of years a* a teacher qualifying period began it .Is Yvette office.Powell In forements for the demonstra Asb Probe alums, said an organization of only continue to Increase," of a piece of Grassy Key pro-
Puerto
In the Duval School system understood that Lucas changed was
Green
tions. I clergymen: social workers and said. perty occupied by adjacent property -
Rico when their Adamclto
son
her retirment his ,
Following from mind. Thomas qualified on ,
The marches set off I
were
businessmen which be heads
the school system, after her the last day as did Mrs.Mafia was born in 1961, and she did not by failure of the board of alder Of Knee disk J owners.
has contacted more than
5,000
husbands death she became and Sam Jones both of whose return to work In Washington ;
,
men to pass an open occu- 1--: 'TiIITiiii1IIIIIITale : = : ;
active In the local branch of qualifying came as a surprise, because her husband objected. ordnance '
pany 1 fens r Church BuildsLow.lncone
"Once be told em she said MASSILUON Ohio The
the NAACP, serving In voter to many.In The result has been the unity -
,"I love much Yvette 55,000 member and, increasing opportunities: for Negro participation in the
registration drives and the addition to Incumbent you very College
of moderate and militant Negro -
but you Just don't fit into the Youth Division of the NAACP affairs of this community have made'apparent the need to
I
campaign for school Improve Barney, the other white candidate leaders In the attack on ProjectGRAND
ment. seeking the Third Ward picture right now I just don'than has requested the Justice Department Identify those among us whose opinions are sought by those
the time to be botheredwith housing segregation.The to investigate PRAIRIE Texas. Jh power, and more nearly represent the true desire and
in
John Thomas. at 22, Is pro- seat Marvin E. Wood who marches also have rges ,
bably the youngest person to has previously run unsuccessfully a wife and baby." Mr. served of "one-sided justlce"bypollcs (NPI)> The St. John Baptist 'Aspirations of the Negro continuity of Jacksonville. Is be

seek office In Jacksonvilleal- for office Powell thought he was "per to recruit open housing, during two days of racial out Church, pastored by the Rev your pastor? Your neighbor? Your mailman? Or is he one ci

(hough! Mayor Louis H, Ritter The filth! Negro seeking office haps the most Important man A supporters. According to Rev breaks In this tense community. Bettram C. Collie, last week that small dedicated group who have over the years given

who was elected to the city Is Charles E. Simmons who was in the UjS., and boasted to Us D. Williams King, many new April 17-18. announced the comletioa a of their time and energy to keep a vigil over the operations

coucH in 1951 at the age of appointed to the Civil Service wife that "even the White House people, Negro and white repaJ.sed ,William H. Hardy, NAACP regional 124 unit modern housing development of our community to protect the interests of the Negro

23 was the youngest office Board by Mayor Ritter, with won't make a move withoutme by violent white reaction youth director, said that called the Medallion minority. This newspaper in cooperation with the Jacksonville

holder. the approval of the City Coun- .," she wrote. to the marches,have been' during the two-day clash be-, Apartments, for low-income Urban League .is conducting a survey to Identify the tree

Thomas b.dm.actin la community cil. Under a new ruling the Powell's visits to Puerto Rico drawn Into' the movement tween Negro and white Ugh! families leaders of the Negro community and we solicit your aid. If

youth work while still civil service board becomes to see his wife and son became Among leaders coming hereto school teenagers! office had, The completion climaxed a you have an opinion on wbo these people are then write !lie f

la his late teens and served IDa elective and Simmons Is running less and less frequent as time help In the demonstrations received complaints that "only drive began by Rev Collie with names (No more than 3)) on a poet card and mall before.

leadership role In the Youth to keep the post. went on, and then stopped alto is Hosea Williams, a top aide Negro students were arrestedby community backing several May 10th, to: Negro Leaders, 623 West Union Street Jacksonville i

Council on Community Affairs Councilman Barney voiced his lither "All I know about! to Dr. King and a veteran organizer law ,officers la the community months ago and be was quick Florida 32202. The results of this survey will be asnewspaper

which has.concerned Itself With disapproval of Simmons. Adam now' Is what I read In; of protests. ," to express I his gratitude )







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WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
1 aro! By
Published by the Florida Star

Pub11ah1Di'J r ... ; HATE GROUPS STILL WITH US

MEMBER '-

Some people use hate like a care uses gasoline, to keep
going. Most of us may harbor some petty prejudice about
NEGRO PR fllONAI which we are ashamed and fight against, but there are some
people so twisted and warped that they cannot exist without
belnr dominated by passionate hatred toward members of a

ERIC e. surrsox MHUJIC J Midi; 1 + I 0 minority Few know group.this better than do Negroes, who

h'I have been the prime targets for American

HILDA lo fEM ......Circilitiei Maiiier racists for year. But other groups also catch I' .1 Iv
of the poison spewed out by the hate-

D Puerto RIcans, Mexlcan-Americaw,
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2323 Moicrilf' Road Phut Elfil 46712Miiliif : O ,Jew, Catholics,-almost any group
x ;_.... e-? .foal... tha- hark-..... -And- _sometime_ ntJi '

Address t lte, of the haters.
Alter the horrors or app persecutions, which Jews
P.O. Box 5J3 Jicksurilli Florida 32201 million people in Europe because they 'Were
,
or had Jewish ancestors, It I* particularly: disturbing to
find that antl-Semltlsm still exists. In two Jews are not
MIAMI OFFICE : able to freely practice their religion or continue their
1 language and cultural life and are subject to restrictions
5018.NW. 7tb. Aie. Phone 751-3879 1 1f 1if not placed on other ethnic minorities. And there have been
1 incidents in Argentina and other countries in which extremist
SUBSCRIPTION RATES elements are reported to have attacked Jewish citizens:

One Year $6.00 Half Year, $4.00 Here in America, groups like the Ku Klux
Mailed to You Anywhere In the united States American Nazi Party bait Jews as well as IMST
Subscription payable In advance of the people familiar from Fascist movements :
I are crawling out of the woodwork to continue their favorite
Send check or Money Order to: pastime of sowing hate and piling group against group

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 1 And even people who should know better let their prejudices
Jacksonville 1. Florida k.e ,, get the best of them. An example of this was the recent school:
1 board election: In Wayne, N.J., In which two Jewish candidates
were defeated after their religion was made a campaign: is-
sue. It is not surprising that this revolting Incident toot'
Negro Grorp Seek Firiig Of PresidentA y------ a town which has few Negro families and where

minority groups are excluded from the "better" sections.

South Carolina 'Negro leader says a Negroes know that when some wone admits to hating Jews,

petition is'being circulated as "the TO WHOM.....? or Catholics, or Spanish speaking people, he probably has
It in for Negroes too. And they know that while extremist
only avenue" to Qualify education for rrrr..q's.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr/- groups fan the flames of prejudice, they succeed only because -
Negroes in South Carolina. We do not 1 rrras'rrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrq some people) are so insecure: and fearful of their own

what is meant by "the only 1 status that they turn to racism. Because of their Intimate
YOUR knowledge of the effects of hate, Negroes aren't falling for
avenue. i Weekly ,the anti-Semitic line
Putting the situation more specifically, : There has been some discussion of. this lately, but I know
a so-called South Carolina Task Force of no responsible Negro leader who has not forcibly spoken

for quality Education is seeking the 1 out aglnst hatred of other groups. When a Negro monthly

removal of B. C. Turner from the presi- magazine ran an anti-Semitic article, two members of its
dency of south Carolina State College at i I Horoscope Guide advisory board-author James Baldwin and actor-playwright
Ossle Davis-resigned and expressed their anger at the
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Orangeburg. And the 'Turn Turner Out"group immorality of antiSemitism.A .

said it wished there was a more : soon to be published Anti-Defamation League study made

pleasant way to remove him. I By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 by the University of California proves that, If anthlng. Negroes -

The NAACP field secretary in the state I. >*.>*. ; "feel more friendly toward Jews than toward other
whites" Asked about reatement by landlords, store keepers,
charged that the tate college
,, at 1 and employers, an appreciable number of Negroes said that
Orangeburg has been run by white people 11 Ir WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 Jews were better than other whites, while most said there
without consulting the Negro community.The was no difference. Forty-five percent believed Jews to be
petitions started being circulated 1 1 more in favor of civil: rights than other whites, only 3 per-

with a student class boycott that was 90 : 1 cent felt Jews are less In favor.
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Many of the groups which preach hate against Jews and
per cent effective early in march and j Negroes as well as against other minorities have Americanor
the removal of Turner as a barrier Is : Christian in their but un-American
names, they are as
__ _ .
one of the objectives of the campaign -u -- -, ... ---------1-- .r..rserrs.. nrLIBRA' .mmmm -- rit and un-Christlan as It Is possible to get. Fortunately, there
against him. are responsible groups of citizens dedicated to fighting and
true CANCER .exposing those who spread discord and hate The Anti-De.
It is perhaps that South CarolinaS CAPRICORNBORN
famation League of B'nal B'rith, keeps close tabs on bate ,
tat e College is run by white state BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. groups and reports regularly to the public their attemptsto

governmental." gfficials who .govern, ,all .,.... DEC subvert democracy So, too, does the Institute for American' '
state +j'institutions. : Democracy. A useful guide to.the activities of extremists IsM
Whategrpejcanridg
Stronger 21th-APRIL-" .- :22ed d.JUU(22 to 3.CJ3r 3. !; : .. 11ad-)JAN.. 19th .." Danger*on,CM. )Rlgrt, a-,book by ArnoMForster and Benjamin
that would be thantpetitioningwould ( ..!.< .... ? .R. Epsteln.-" ,. .... fc JJ. **_wvv.pM' ....,*.*.>M'...*..>.lf, q
be to enter politics with vigorous If s up to you. It Is a fairly You have a way. Most ,can Trust !to luck. Some may be Take an Interest. Even If inclinations It Is veryiody's business t to be vlgiliant In protection of
safe bet that the cerlans must not have failed to worried about what is happening democratic The ,
force and make themselves great ma- induce you to savor values. example of countries which have been ,
demand place felt enough to jority of people find their Jobs take full advantage of the benign In the world. Since there Is the comforts and protection of dominated by racists Is too clear for us to be complaceant
a
on policymaking agencies boring or unsatisfactory in Influences exerted in their nothing that any individual can home more than ever before it
of'South Carolina. other rising house through the do about It it! Is better to ,
respects. This is parti- presence try ,
not be the healthiest
may
Right now, petitioning will do about as cularly true of Arlans who need of Jupiter. Now that thismighty to forget It and to concentrate to do. A useful and, perhaps thing, The Court Stands Pat On IntegrationSince '
much good to correct conditions plenty of variety and excite- planet is moving Into on personal affairs, loved ones, gainful occupation is essential
college as at the ment to keep them Interested the next financial division, before interesting! hobbles, and the for moral as well as material
"demonstrating and boy- But it is not possible for many the end of the month,some I establishment of stabilizing reasons. And an interest In the 1954, the U. S. Supreme Court has
cotting" civil rights campaigns. to overlook the fact that a gain of the benefits may be translatedInto 1 ties. This could be doubly important outside world and In other ,been waiting upon the southern states ,to.
It may be that to ful occupation, that enables hard cash, Improved earn o to the Librans who canI -
up now, the state's one people must not be dropped in set their houses in order on the matterof
Negro citizens to provled for the family besides ing power or the acquisition i I not check extravagant impulses
order to
have been prolong the Joy of living school
waiting Jibe integration. the'
for But
of states '
oneself cannot be more worlds goods, and who, consequently, always
easily
President as much Even
as possible.
Turner '
to do what he can all thrown over unless there Is The troube Is that some may' feel insecure the younger Caprlcornians must have been weighed in the balances and
alone. be Intoo much of a hurry This i found ,\
something better to replace It. not allow yourselves to fall to wanting.
Tensions must also be held at may cause undue worry or even' the Hence the U:
8.50.44.17.620 doldrums and to retire from S. Court of Appeals refused -
Citizens Mist Be Interested a minimum errors of such a nature as to
In Taxation the main contributors for they to would unease be cause complications or frustra the human race. recently to recall or delay its :>,

Florida and physical letdowns. lions 8.80.68.19.123 total school integration order for six""
taxpayers through the Florida SCORPIO southern states. .:;

Commission for Tax Reform have spent 2.0.77.15.294 3.50-17-18-322 In an 8-4 ruling March &
AQUARIUS 29 the fUll;
$32,669 to learn how the people's burdenof BORN oct, ,: court ordered southern schools to lower -,

tax load ought to be increased, while TAURUS lED BORN JAN. racial barriers from kindergarden to the

powerful special Interest groups keep BORN/APRIL 24tb-NOV.. 22nd twelfth grade this fall. Thus tokenism;

silent. BORN JULY23rd'AUG 20111-FEB. 18tb is destined on its way out.
Something's amiss. Some
who
This amount has been spent by the Commission The court contended that .
20thMAYARIES 20th are professionals business Stop that urge. Popular ex "if Negroes -.
since its organization in 1965 22 oil may already have seen the signs ample should seldom be are ever to enter the main stream of '

at the urging of then Governor Hayden If s all wrong. Unconventional Is of something going on in the follwed for the statistics reveal American life, as school children or.
Prestige priceless. thel
Burns. The Commission is recommendingto attachments may 'seem exciting Many background which may not be' that It can be more often I must have equal educational:
may have noticed that the
the Legislature In the beginning, but are they pen entirely satisfactory. It consequently wrong than right. This is dulum "
new
some proceduresfor that marks oIImanklncPlevolutionary children.
worth the price they will exact would not be the right especially true in matters that ,
"eliminating tax inequities, the before running their course?. progress Is startIng moment to add to inventories concern: heart Interests,flnaces We hope that Alabama. Louisiana,
further reduction f ad Taureans who find themselves to swing the other way. A or to Increase operationalcosts. and economic ,Mississippi Texas
o valorem taxes. return to old values and moralities ties. Any one who Georgia and Florida ,..
the equilization of the In such a predicament would. Is Although there could be is .married may also have to 'will assume their rightful duties
present tax being indicated,much to without
do well to ask themselves these' for
room It
expansion, may be be more watchful than to *
ever i coming to
the
burden, etc.'Especially questions first before becoming relief of conservative individuals next month before it is at all see that one's helpmate does of grips with the awesome power
is the Commission against too deeply committed. The their who have deplored possible to determine exactly not pursue an ambition that < the federal government. '
lure of speculation also being apparent loss. It may become where it is. The actions
favoritism to special interest of could lead to loss and disillus
groups
cast In you direction, but the popular once more to attach partners as well as competitors ionment. Any efforts to alter
A Small
while taxing, an extra cent on every cast in your direction, but the greater importance to frugal -: could be mysifylng and the reason -' methods under the illusion that Big-Hearted Town

dollar purchase of the average citizen.It astute ones will recognize It as and saving ways. for confusion on your part. newer ones will be more lucra there
is gratifying to know that we havea something to leave strictly live rould be like barking up Often comes to the public's attention -

reference bureau which is constantly alone 3.70.66.18.853 6.80.55.18.200 the wrong tree. the generosity of a person and
tention the g e n e r 0 sit 1. of a
studying taxes in Florida and 1.80.88.13.856 t 60 88 -11 GM
other states. person and/or Institution. This was
SAGITTARIUSBORN true not long ago of Elroy located
The citizens themselves must organizeand VIRGO PISCES 60
GEMINI 'miles southeast of Phoenix in
Arizona.
demand ,from the their lawmakers some NOY.23rMEC. .,
BORN Erroll Weddle
AUG.23rdSEPI. who
runs an automotive
logical reasons for the new taxes they BORN MAY 21st BORN FEB. garage and mechanical pickerrepair shop

impose Otherwise, the legislators will in Elroy, found the town's
22ndThe citizens the
19t1
.
go haywild in 'passing money bills and 2h-( JUNE 21st Start cleaning: up. It Is not only -MAR. 20th ,most generous in the world.

tax bills, because they know that it is meaning lies deep. The our cluttered: closets with that useless can become; Why bother? Not only can you Striken by a serious illness, Weddle,
the taxpayer who will Ifs fate Whether It Is the beginning of the month could up things. not
lowly pay right We can also fill our lives with always obtain what you want, community worker, had to be rushed to 1
down to the nose state of weU-beinr, the nature find one in a rather explosive but it Is not possible !to please '
outworn cliches hospitals
harmful '
of one's occupation, or other frame of mind. But before one prejudices everybody. Instead of exchang in Denver and Phoenix.
THISWEIK IN NEGRO circumstances: beyond con- can say the words or take the and that inhibitions or obsessions ing cutting words that could finally, doctors suggested that Weddle'
HISTORYApril retard
trol, the state of instability actions that follow, as a matter The time human pro leave permanent scars: men Finally. doctors suggested that Weddle \
that exists In home life showsno of course It would be wise to gress. may be at tally the shoulders buy '
shrug when an artificial-kidney for in his
25, 1918 Ella Fitzgerald hand to do use
and something
jail singer perennial positiveabout
signs of abating. Before the consider what effect this the others want
to I
start
may something home. But
the had
pool winner, was born In Newport News, Va. such matters and tocharta man spent already con-
month runs out, a change of have In relations with persons and go off Into a corner, I
new course that will siderable I
free
one money and couldn't
environment afford
with all the work of firms without whom for
greater
April 18, 1888 Congress William L, Davion (D.-U.) success of all such Impediments. An peace and quiet.
political for
) excltment and expense that this may become impossible to achi As far as the rest of the world $3,500 the machine.
leader, was ton In Albany, Ga. He head*the House Committee upsetting development that
on Expenditures. entails Is an astrological possibility eve. Think in terms material starts off this month's jour- Is concerned: views are as The Elroy citizens put on a "I
for some Adjust as Interests as well ans swallow ney pinpoints attention marital varied and as numerous u the campaign" and raised the money in
April 27 1803 Toussalnt I/Ouverture seems best,especially when you :pride when needs be to Insure ,.public and professional on snowflakes that cover whole weeks. Not only this, the fund
j
died at age 58. are one of the more high-strung their full protection. Wishful- re- continents. It would be almost reached
, Gemlnlans, for too many ten- ness, deceptions and negative lationships. This may also induce a miracle to find two alike.' $4,675 with more pouring in the pot. I
April ZI, WI bteraatiottUKideat. of "AaUstad" mutineers., slons may have an adverse thinking are traps that shouldbe you to embark on a cleanup This also should prompt us not Most people like to live in big townsor
freed to
Captives by Supreme Court. campaign rid yourself
effect on) the physical condition avoided not lose to take I
as sides
so one's of deadwood and other handicapping unless itching i cities, but it is often in the little

AIIrQ 90, 1899 Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington, famous way on the 7th. elements. to get Into some battle royal towns like Elroy where. people know one
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BELLS Sponsored By.Aloniie ..

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EUtandlra Elisabeth ParnelL, Dennis Wesley Alexander,Sr.,

1328 W. 11th St., 35 and Shirley Callahan,Fla.,45andMary Frances TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 4Uss Jennifer Jeaa Engrun of Tallahassee The annual Sisterhood Dinner,

I Y. Long; 1738 Wright Ave.,Unit Waldon,, 7108 Rhode Island was wed Sunday moraine, April 2, to Mr. Joe Henry sponsored by the Brewster Hospital -

29. Dr., E. 38.Carlton Williams of Lawnside, N.J., in a double ring ceremony at the Alumna Association, will
st. IUchv4 and All Angels Episcopal Church, be held MaylJai7JOp.m..at
Phelemon T. Williams, 2723 Henry Allen 626 West the Heart of Jacksonville Motor
Waldo _____. .. .
Ave., 18 JacquelynA. Beaver St., 21 and Linda Marie a.I Hotel The aftolr I liChen each

Kellam, 3805 Freeman Rd, 17. Turner, 905 W. Madison St.,17. r r rfif l "T year during National Hospital
: Week Observance
Clemsoo Pinckney, 3237 Bar- Henry Lee Thomas, 1045 West 1' + of Florence Nightingale's birth'
sque Dr.,Z5 andCuolyu L.Bow- Duval St., 27 and Erma Lee McIntyre *y.

les Bess, 1171 W. 6th SL, 21. 2214 Westmont St., 22.Henry Mri. Nan Fletcher, program

committee chairman, and Urs.
George R. Vereeo 621 Lafayette
,
Telfalr, 2409 Westmont Mary Rogers, entertainment
St, 22 and Geraldine WU-
St., 18 and Jewel Carlene Chap committee chairman,are work-'
llama, 1428 E. 23rd St .ZI,
,
man, U18 Evergreen Ave., 16. tat hard with their committee''
members to make the event suc
Fleton Brown 624 E.1st St. 24
cessful.
Mack Freeman,Jr.,576SMarIgold -
and Marian D. Lewis 4038
AU
Rd., 29 and Deborah Laura
Lockhart Dr. 20. harebeeaievitedto
Jenkins, 1236 W. 20th St., 25. their guests
I It attend. Reservations are to be
Arthur S. Kohn 7232 Wilson
Jessie West Jr.,1028 E.Union.St. made by Friday.
Blvd., 39 and Irene Jones,Rt.7, ., 32 and Hendola\ Delores For reservation contact Mrs. s

Max 66,28.Arthur Kelly, 939 Oakley St., 25. Willie G. Morton, Mrs. Susie
Thompson Mrs.Helen Barger-
J. Brooks 96 Oak St
Leonard Enoard Carter, 1134 on, Mrs.Vine,Ford,,Mrs.Anita
24 and Cassle Roberts, 74 Part Community Ct, 18andCharlene Irvine, Mrs. Ophella Toston, I' -Miss Beverly Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Israel Hills who became the brkler
St. S3.Dalits.
Jenkins, 1516 Madison St., 17. Mrs. Alberta Bevel,Mrs. Jessie of Albert Lee Crutchfield, SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis In a ceremony performed ,
Purdy,Mrs.Carrie L.Hammond by Rev. Calhoun Williams at the Apostolic Shilo Holiness Church, recently are shown here.
A.Baldwin 6544
Green
land Roland Arlyo Idowu, 2038 Mrs. Maicle Alexander, (Photo By Bob Smith))
Rd. 26 and Berdle Mae
Frank E. Ave., 28 and Flora Mrs. Matilda Brown,Mrs.Ver-
Sanders, Rt 8, Bod 481F, Wade Cobb, 5814 ClevelandRd., mel Porter, Mrs. Annie R.Blue ,

Greenland, Fla., 15. 30. Miss Mildred Lyons and any Women Of Allen Set, Meafiaa
member of the Alumnae. --
Pernell Robinson, ALB, Box Henry Lee Green Newburgh, The next meeting will be held The Amy Robinson's Young St. ; formulation plans for
737,31 and Betty Cooper,1837 N.Y., 24 and Marveen Benjamin, Wedensday at 7:30 p.m., in the Women of ALLEN OF Mt.Mor- Mrs. Mary Nealey, activities. The pre
Bisbee St., 20. 1259 W. 27th St,24. home of Mrs. Carrie L. Hammond riah AME Church, will meet has asked all members desiring In'U will give words of ap I
1170 W. 12th St.All mem- Sunday at 4 p.m., in the home of to continue with the for the recent event

,ben are to be In attendance., Mrs. Bertha Sabb, 317 Beltort ization to attend and assist "Hymn Sing Along." :

MR. OR MRS. HOMEOWNER I
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The Impressive sunrise unptial -, 'bridegroom's mother
wore a
Dorv't let monthly obligations worry you to death.
service was performed by beige knit suit rochld
cattleya
If you're overloaded with payments, give us a
David Brooks vicar
,
the Rev. corasge and brown accessroies.
consolidation loan with
chance to discuss a you.
before an altar flanked by two The bride
a graudating senior
and have
off accounts
You can pay your present "
Iron candlebra,holding
only one small monthy payment. Loans are based on wrought majoring In sociology at Florida
your equity in your home or other real estate which white candles and floral arange A4M University, is a daughterof '
ments of white asters,gladiolil, i
Mr. and Mrs. Ulyssess B.
you own. iI
and fern.
asparagus fern royal Street I
Engram of 214 Osceola ,
CONSOLIDATION IS YOUR ANSWERDon't The bride, given in marriageby Tallahassee. Her father is a
her father wore a short white
,
/hesitate until your credit Is beyond help, but bridal of Chantilly lace prominent local electrical con
for second loan gown tractor and an instructor of electricity
contact us today a first or mortgage taffeta The
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oval neckline of was
write us at P. 0. Box 9635 Jack gown and the gram of the Florida AIM Uni
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sonville; Fla.. 32208. self-scalloped versity. Her mother Is a Home
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1st And 2nd Mortgage Loans hemline of the gown.A matching graduate of Florida AIM Un- \ i'

mantilla of Chantilly lace with Iverdty High School, class of ;(
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1965, the bride Is member of
HOMESTEAD INVESTMENT CORPORATION as a beadpeice. A bridal bou- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. s. sn"'srEVts I

1865 WEST EDCEWOOD AVENUE quet of white orchids was car Jack and Jill of America, Inc., '\
ried atop a white Bible, a gift Pi Gamma Mu National Social
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32208 to the bride from her paternal
Science Honor Society, the FA- I
CALL ANYTIME grandmother, the late Mrs. A- MU CheerlngSquadthe Univer- II
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rltona Engram. sity Choir and the Sociology aa-Mp
765-7044 Miss Pamela Combs,a lifelong Club. She was also cited in tr.
friend, with whom the bride
1966.67 edition of Who's Wnuin
nuicHT nrocn mortal mm m ma acitiiT MI wrruw co,nuwoiT,ramm made her bow to societyin American Colleges and Universities -

December, 1965, sang the She holds membershipIn
bridal hymn, "0, perfect the Tapawlngo National Hon '
Love." Miss Mae LaVerne Roberts RII IIDED

a longtime family friend or The Society. Is of Mr. Beef
bridegroom\ a son at its Best (
served the
u organist during and Mrs. Henry Williams of

ceremony. Lawnaide, N.J. His father is a
Miss Sennetta Engram, sisterof building contractor. ,
the bride, was the maid of A senior
physlc|._e4 | aUOA
honor. She wore Jewel-necked ..major at,Florida"AtM University
tent dress of pint organza, a he will graduate in Decem-'
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BOURBON Noma Alyce Bennett of Durham, were directed by Mrs Juanita;' ON LAND..AT SEA estinghouse r
B.C., wore a jewel-necked tent TUBESSAVE
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ALTAR CALL 'Gospel U.S.A. Award Presented Tea Time



BY EMORY G. DAYS, DO. Rev Louis Roberts is givinga Churches will sponsor a
"THE CURCH BUILDING IS TOO SACRED" Green Leaf Sprltual TeaSun- Popularity Tea Sunday from
t. What relationship does the church have with poverty?It was day April SO, 196'1 at the United 4 to 8 P.m. in St. Matthew
always." Baptist! Church, 1527 Cleveland AMR: Church.
Judas Iscarlot: who uld, "Tnepooryouhavewlth you
It was the Man from Nazareth who said, "Sell all you hart Street, at s p.m.
Rev Roberts is the advisor .
to toe
and give poor.
Perhaps neither of these enritloned the day of the War on of the Rosa of Sharon Prayer The Mary McLeod Bethune
Poverty, u It is practiced in the United States. And yet, the eM Dana! which holds regular Elementary School PT-A will
descendancy of the Nararene-the Church-as an institution, meetlns every Thursday nightat sponsor its annual Spring Musical
seems to have more of the Iscarlofs attitude of indifference I p.m. at MO Myrtle; Ave Tea Sunday from 4 to 6
than the direct concern of the Man. : Public invited p.m., in the school auditorium.
have related to the War Poverty ; e / Mrs Thelma Crawford
Sam minister and churches on Hsi Ip t Is
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with programs that enhance the church economically, pips t"A chairman.
Inescapably there have been those victims of poverty who ,
have profited by the use of church building facilities for Usher Board 1 of Mt. Tabor .e. .
such creative programs. But, the church has not really run Baptist! Church: will sponsor t
the risk in utilizing its acuities: and the poverty program "H Greenleaf Tea and Baby Contest Usher Board 2 of ML Olive
funds for the more during and unpredictable) programs. 1 ] r Sunday at 3 p.m.. in the AME Church will sponsor its
What has the church la metropolitan areas done for the / church auditorium. annual Spring Tea Sunday from
gangs? Has it been u ready to allow its building facilities The participants are: Rev H. 4 to 6 p.m., in the lower unit
to be used for those more destructive victims of cultural J T. Overstreet, Rev Geroge of the church Featured will
deprivation u it was to let the "little angels" come in for Cherry, Mrs. Emma Jean Kite, be the Gertal and Garlic students -
'a few hours each day? The answer Is, No. V Mrs. II. K. Williams, Mrs Josephine in a musical extra
A case in point Is one of a group of gang leaders who are s, roc Toy, Lena Porter, vaganza.
willing to lay down their switchblades of gang rivalry and unite Elizabeth White, Mrs Clyde
their energies in attacking the more subtle problems of their y krY Richardson, Mrs. Ollle Williams S. .
existence. Their efforts to find quarters for meeting are Mrs.Florine Benton,Tho- The Lily of the Valley Social
being met with the stern resistance of rejection of the church.I mas Sisters, Thelmarettes, and Saving Club will sponsora
know of one church whose doors are open to these outcasts Willie Gallon Andrew Grant Spiritual Tea May 21 in the
of our society, and despite the inteimldatlon of police the Golden Rod Club. Community Center, 29th and
and do-gooders, the church's administration yet has faith They baby contestants are: Chase streets, from 4 to 8
in these gang bangers, welcoming each and every opportunityto Rosemary Smith, SnenltaNaper p.m. Rev. G. Stokes will be
work with them. Cantena Hopkins, Chrylln the speaker '
The Man of Nazareth was not afraid of the mented demoniac I Glover and Holiday Twines.
of the Gadareneds.'church today must not be afriad of the .
social maniacs whose terror imprisons neighborhoods and 1 ace. .
schools. Perhaps a little love and concern on the part of the c- The Fidelity Social and Saving
institutional church would redeem teenagers.No 4 The Birds of ParadiseCharlty Club will sponsor its annual
church building too "sacred" for humans, particularlythose Club win sponsor a Coffee Sip Mothers Day Tea May 14 at
lost to violence and terror. The Altar of the Open Chruch at Joe H. James Cen-
Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m., the Community
is not Just for the well dressed on Sunday at 11 a.m. There are
Garden Clubhouse, 344 W, 17th ter from <4< to 6 p.m.
hundreds of teenagers despairing and some dying in violence St.
on the ,very threshold of the church with the closed door. l

Irs going to be IN to make like VISTA and renew, rebuild or eeeeee fled Anniversary
improve all the Junky colored neighborhoods-from the inside -
living there. J The Federated Garden Circles Observed Sunday
It's going to be IN to work for integration with missionary .. will obserce their 39th anniversary
zeal.It's. with a Flower Tea and Hat At YWCAThe
going to be IN to raise white moppets with colored-more Parade Sunday at 4 p.m., at the
d
cosmopolitan, you know. 4 YWCA, 325 E. Duval St. The Saving and
Irs going to be so IN that you'll have to get a map to find a .. Flowers." Ultra Modern
JIt' 1U
will celebrate
,rib Joint or a Negro numbers baron. Sewing Circle
Pm keeping the faith, baby. I believe that they're going to f eseseePallbearers 22nd anniversary Sunday from 4
show us they're not stupid. to 6 p.m., In the YWCA, 8th and,

They're going to show us that a mea ger IS per cent minority J Society wlllglve Calhoun streets.
group (meaning us) can't make ostrich-like Chicken Little WNJR disc Jockey, George Hudson, Is shown presentingthe winners of the "World Championship Quartet pia -" after a Spring Tea Sunday from 4 to The program is: Opening selection
idiots of all the rest of the American population. "GOSPEL us.!." Award to Ermant Franklin, Jr., manager a ten day stand at New York's famed Apollo Theatre with 6 p.m., in the home of Mr.,Mrs audience; prayer Miss
of the Mighty Cloud of Joy, while lead singer, Joe Llgon, James Cleveland, the Staple Singers, the Gospelaires, and Ransom Green, 1650 W. 20th St. Arlette Hines; scripture, Mrs
wears the "Crown of Victory" The Clouds, were voted the Mighty Clouds of Harmony.CHURCH. Geneva Mangrum; Introduction

I CALENDAR EVENTS I IThe Annul Reeilil -' eeeee. of Miss mistress Beverly of Joyce ceremonies McIntosh,;

Apostolic Church Young People Union NOTES The Blue Ribbon Saving Club mistress of ceremonies, Mrs

Happy Hearts Senior Held Sunday will sponsor a Spring TeaSun- Elizabeth Hendon; circle song;;
Citizens Club will observe its Of God IB Christ Celebrate Anniversary EPHESUS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST day from 4 to 6p.mlathe Myrtle selection, Grant Memorial Trio
solo Mrs Doris Smith solo,
second observance Sunday from The weekly services for the Ephesus Seventh Day Aventlst Avenue Library. ; ;
4 to 6 p.m., in Blodgett Homes la Ml. Ilea DIE Services HeldThe The Young People Union will Church are held at the Ephesus Academy 2706Edgewood Mrs Miss Clarice Lyles; reading solo,
Beverly Bradley ,
Auditorium, 1207 Davis St. celebrate their second anniversary Ave. ;
Miss Barbara SmlthduetMrs..
i A prgoram will be presentedwith I Mrs Audrey Brown 'Will be Fifth Sunday services will Sunday, April 30 at Sabbath School begins at 9:30: a.m. Superintendent Aaron 'Triscffla .W1lsoat, Mrs.; Esther
outstanding talent In the 'presented in her second annual be held Sunday in the Apostolic 8 p.m., at the Epheslan Baptist Lockley is in charge. The Lesson topic for the day is "The District S of First Corinth IMlltbn solo ''Vr.Alvenlce Me-
city participating. The public Church 3rd and Staf- Sermon On The Mount" Church will ; ,
on Baptist
'recital Sunday at 8 p.m., in Mt. Church of God in Christ, 2032 sponsor a iQueen request selection
has been Invited to attend. Zion AME Church, southslde.t Benedict Rd, with the evangelists ford St. Rev. W. Bell If'pas Morning worship begins at 11 o'clock. Elder R. B. Hairston ,Spring Tea Sunday at 3 p.m., at Woodrow; Carn; pianist, Mrs.
t Mrs. Brown will be featured in charge of the morning tor. and associate elders will officiate.: the church." "i Helen Cleveland remarts
aaaaa classic and and afternoon services The JJnJon Is comblnedgfJ2k 11! I Mrs Esther: ,Rahmlng! ,!,Youth.leader;will direct: the MV Hour* J t.4' II'; '/ ;
spiritual selections v Ii .le. Mrs. L. M..lUrls, president.
WEST JAX SCHOOL groups, and will be Heard singIng -,1 at 5:15: pjn.Teachers. '
and via be accompanied atthe Evangelist Annie'Bell Pearson The hostesses are Mrs Al-
PRESENTS OPERETTAThe organ by Wilbur 0. Jones will be the speaker for the 11 a. your favorite selections. meeting' Friday at 7 p.m. All teachers please tamese Roulhlae and Mrs. Susie .
be
this Blue Ribbon Club
The Saving
present.
Special guest on program
faculty and students of Serving as master of cerem m., service and a program will Coker. Other clubs and
will be the Sunbeam Singers, Sunday night musical concert rendered 'will a Spring Tea Sunday -
'West Jacksonville Elementary ,cafes will be Rev. C.E.Jenkins be presented at 3pm.Platfrom by Silver St. Adventist sponsor
to
lends have been invited attend -
School will present an operetta pastor.At speaking willbe conducted by The Celestial Gospel Singers, Church Choir 8 o'clock. from 4 to 6 p.m., in the .
entitled, "The Wedding of the the U a.m., Rev. T. E.She- Evangelist C, Collar The Nathaniel Jackson Octo- Mid-week Prayer meeting Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m. Myrtle Avenue Library
Flowers," at 8 p.m., May 5, Dee will hold the second quarterly At 6 p.m., during the youth vettes and the Cllftones of Atlantic Visitors are always welcome. .e. Drama Presented
In the school auditorium. conference. All 'boards hour, the Gospel Trotters will Beach. Other guests on
Mrs Barbara Blng, com- have been asked to make written render several sleectlons. the program will be the TravelIng In Foiifiin Chapel
GOSPEL LIGHTHOUSE: CHURCH. .
Stars, Toe Travelett. ,The District: S of First Corinth
mittee chairman, and coworkers and financial Minister R. Simpson assistedby
reports. Treadweli
Rev H.D. missionary evangelist and pastor of "
of
Excelsiors, The Voices Baptist Church will sponsor "The Challenge of the Cross
have invited the Minister
parentsand M. Jackson will
friends to be in attendance. BOOKS OPEN-REGBTER'NOW have charge. Jerusalems, The Dixie Jubilee, the Gospel Lighthouse Church, will conduct special services a Spring Tea Sunday at 3 p.m., a religious drama, will be pre-
The McCall Singers, The Gos- Sunday at 1:30: pjn., in the Holy Temple of Our Lourd and at the church sented InFountaln Chapel AME,
Savior Jesus Church, 1225 W. 1st Street.
Church Sunday at 7 p.m.
Specials ThesGospel Echoes, The public has been invited to attend. Special music win 'See. The drama is being sponsored
Mrs. Sarah Wilson, Mrs AnnieB. be rendered by the choirs. Mrs. M. Rains is overseer and by Mrs. S. D. Davis. The t public

Is Home Slngletary, The Austin, James Byrd, pastor. The laymen, of the AME invited to,attend.NOW .
yom SICM Twins, Gospel Chorus of Mt.
Zion AME, The Gospel Chorusof
Bible SchoolConveatioa
Mt. Olin Primitive Baptist,
t l of Faith and !
I I.K I.. The Voices many
other singing groups of the
city. 4 LOCATIONSTO
The public Is cordially Invited
Closes Sunday SERVE YOU
to come out and take a

part In this program. j 3118 Edgewood Ave. W.
Mrs Dies Harrlsj>resldent; The Bible School Convention
Miss Cynthia Jackson, Secre- of the Holy Tabernacle will 3701 EMERSON
tary; Mrs. Alberta Latimore, close Sunday.Bishop R.L.Jones 830 CASSAT AVE.
Supervisor and founder of this presiding. Sunday Morning 1824 WEST BEAVER
organization vice at 11 a.m., the speaker
.. will be the Apostle R.L. Davis. LEAN WESTERN 3/DOWN BAR.B-QPORKCVOPS39
Concert Choir A program will be presented
Registered Mortgage Brokers
at 3 p.m.. with Mrs. Lydia
'-' Member Chamber Commerce Set Diggs and Mrs. Lillian Raley, b SPARE RIB 53
Progran chairman. Mrs. M. Stafford
is In charge of devotion, Mr.

.e p YOUR BILLS UP TO AtEWC"Rhapody Ernest mistress Wards.Introductlon of ceremony; Ills of SMOKED FLA. BUDGET

ay $5,000.00- presented by In the Music"Edward will Waters be 'J.M.ceremony Balkcom; O.L., Meadows mistress, welcome of- PICNIC 35 6 FRYERS 25 b

Concert Choir Wednesday at 8 address; Miss Mary A.
p.m., In Lee Auditorium. Smith, Occasion.The FLA. BUDGET
EW! Selection from various eras The
participants are Holy MULLET
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Your Good Health Seek tads For YMCA Receive Donation"pRESENTATIONJlembers .Mistrial Declared Merging Civil Molts, I


GROWTH Delayed Grill '1. '' \" /, ':, "",' li Slaying Plot NEW' YORKs-JUter careful
Although this would be a dull world U we were all exactly: 4i 4'' ( M .It'> :consideration and full debate,
alike our teenagers are constantly bemoaning their failure NEW YOR1O-A Negro far MATCHES, Miser Charles the Board of Directors of the
to beyas tall as the others In their set. As a result there mers' cooperative In Alabama : ::11 Brers, state field director of, NAACP has. adopted a resolution -
has been much talk about growth pills-j)UI* that contain human seeking approval of a long-de- ir the NAACP, led several hundred cattingthe attempt to merge
growth hormone. 'This It DO magic solution to the pro-; laJed $503,540 grant In Washington Negroes to the county' the civil rights and peace movements
blem, as these pills are, perhaps fortunately, a very limited and faced with powerful courthouse la this racially a "serious tactical
value. white opposition at home, hat torn mistake."
city to protest the release -
In one small series consisting of children whose growthhad gained support from the coun of a white man accused The resolution, adopted by the
been stunted by disease, chem by severe asthama the. try's largest and oldest civil In the wanton slaying of an 60-member Board at its quarterly
hormone brought them back to the height It was estimated, rights organization. elderly Negro. meeting her, April 10,
'
they would hare attained had they not become ill. Die NAACP, April 11, called The orderly crowd. of Negro was Immediately released by
In another group of youngsters who had a deficiency the on Sargent Shrlver, director of demonstrators gathered at the Bishop Stephen G. Spottwtod,
secretion of the pituitary gland (pituitary dwarfs), a slightly tie Office of Economic. courthouse April U after a jury Board Chairman
different hormone produced a moderate Increase In height Opportunity, to proceed Immediately failed to reach a verdict in the The full text of the resolution
above what was to be expected without the hormone. Thereis with the granting of murder trial of James L.Jones,. follows:
one disadvantage to the use of both of these hormones they funds to the Southwest Alabama 52, the first of three whites to To attempt to merge the civil
cause premature signs of puberty. Farmers Cooperative Association stand trial for the murder of right movement with the peace
It is sometimes bard to tell the difference between a hereditary Ben Chester White,'65, a farmhand movement or to assume that
tendency to be short and pituitary deficiency, and It Is In a telegram to the antl- I whose body was pulled out one Is dependent upon the other,
also hard to be sure that an Increase In height that occurs pvoerty chief Roy Wllklns,elective II I of a creek here last June. is, in our judgemtn, a serious
after taking the hormone would Dot have occurred without director of the NAACP, Kn Klux Kansmen and members tactical mistake, It will serve
the pills. This Is because puberty .Is normally associatedwith charged that opponents of the .,i of the "Cottomouth the came neither of civil rights
sudden spurts but at what exact age they will Negro-controlled cooperative "' ""'.M 'Moccasin Gang" killed Mr. nor of peace.
occur in any given Individual be predicted Association.In : to the and- of me'ii c iii1i"eo'. Club are seen presenting a check to-' White to divert attention from The NAACP knows that civil
Some children who are unusually short Buffer so much from a telegram James Meredith's U1tatedI96G'march rights battles will have to be
Weldon Johnson YMCA Branch In keeping with
Wilkins YMCA official Joe Bailey for the James
self-consciousness that they fall behind In their school work. pverty chief Roy elective through Mississippi fought and won on their onmerltalrrespecU"ofthe.tate
for the betterment of Jacksonville -
director of the NAACP the club's policy of contributing to organizations working
When their growth is stimulated by the growth hormone the. cording to a statement read by
Bratlel Nathaniel Williams Thomas Cunnings
of the and the UJ3JL From left are: Adam ,
school work and social adjustment of some children show charged that opponents Sheriff Odell Anders to Circuit of war or peace in the world.
James: Dubose Jr. Robert Chaonan and Bid-
Julius Johnson
Negro-controlled cooperative"wish Julius Bacon, Joe Bailey, ,
marked Improvement. Judge James Toerry while For nearly 60 years,under nine
In others, the problem lies deeper. For this reason a Courseof to maintain economic ,well Chambers. ____. .the jury was out of the_room. national administrations In '
hormonal treatment should not be started without a psychological and political domination which The other two defendants, periods of depression and\ of
as well as physical evaluation of the problem. works best when victims" are 500, NAACP Brioches Oberlio To Confer NAACP Represenfiliv'Ernest Avants and Claude prosperity, through two World
This treatment Is. costly at best and this acts u a deterrentto weak and Impoverished Fuller were both Identified as Wars, the Korean War and now
its use on a large scale. Thus until more is known about The proposed grant which Set To Lunch Degree On Wilkins Seek Peace ID members of the Klan last year into tie War In Vietnam, the
this whole subject the best plan, U you are blessed with a would serve u a pilot pro by the House Committee on NAACP has consistently and
child of short stature, 'Is to Impress on him his worth as an' ject In determining new ways Spring Drive OBERLIN, OHIO Roy Nashville lean. .Un-American Activities. nncomprlmisingly stuck to the
individual. After all, a great many famous men have been of fighting poverty, reportedly Wilkins, a leader for mre than Mr. White," who bad never job for which it was organized
short. was almost ready for approval NEW YORK-All across the three decades In the strugglefor NASHViLLE, Teen l, The taken part in civil rights activities We are not a peace organisation. -
until Alambama's two Senatorsand nation, the branches, youth civil rights in this country, NAACP, seeking to avert further not even registering to The NAACP remalas
several of Its eight Repre- councils and college chaptersof will join a distinguished list racial violence In this vote, was killed on June 10, 'committed to its primary goal
I World Of BooksTHE sentatives expressed oppositionin the NAACP are turning every. of International leaders receiving mid-South city, has urged pub- shortly after Mr. Meredith was of eliminating all forms of
Washington. effort to launching the spring honorary degrees, June 'Uc officials "to accelerate ,wounded from ambush by a racial discrimination and achl-
: Many white country and city phase of the annual membership 12, at Oberlln College's 134th their lagging efforts to arrest white man as be began his racial discrimination and
officials In the 10 Alabama. campaign, which has a anniversary commencement achieving equal rights and equal
FAMILY REAL ESTATE need your lawyer, how to sell a discrimination march from Memphis to
counties that the cooperativecovers year-end goal of ane-half million Mr. Wilkins, exectlve director opportunities for all Ameri
ADVISER, By DANIEL J. DEB- multiple dwelling and what 7OU'can of Phillip 11. Savage of Philadelphia. Jackson, Miss
as well as owners new or renewed member-, of the NAACP-the nation's
ENEDICTUS, Published by do to help yourself Pa. an NAACP trl- During the demonstration at ,cans.
and manufacturing
packing ships. oldes and largest civil rights shall continue
state field director "assigned the courthouse, Mr. Evers Therefore we
If to
plan buy sell
CORNERSTONE LIBRARY New you or any
.1 fear a loss of
companies personal culminateson
The spring phase organization with a membership concentrate on efforts to secure -'
to work here Indefinitely charged that Klansmen had sat
york $1.Simple. property, it Is essential that
profits the cooperative June 30 with reports to be of 450,000-will receive tnactmen t of the 1967
are wen-Intormedaboutthe. during this'period of west/ on the Jones jury. He urged
easily understood you
Is sucessful. It was reported. presented at the annual convention the honorary doctor of laws civil bill fair
of rights including
language provides the answersto tricks of the trade Otherwisein said following three days Negroes not to resort to via
Several of the white politicians
in Boston, July 10-19. degree. housing legislation and Federal
here I lence because could not
rioting : they
today's complex market .
the'most common questions ; you have charged that the cooperative As of April 15, pledges and U Thant SecretaryGeneralof of civil
protection rights
and porblems faced the can make costly mistakes that "We are aware that the tension "shoot it out" with whites. Mr. '
I by aver-
which includes about' responses have been received the United Nations, will deliver workers to combat the defiance
despair frustration and' Evert brother Medgar who ;
might be ,
easily avoided The
; age buyer or seller In today'st 850 families Is controlled by '
In the National Office from commencement address
the wWeb against Federal' school desegregation -
I I real estate market. book points out the pitfalls and 'resentment has been accumulating he succeeded u his present
"Black Panther People, and approximately branches He will also receivethe for quite a post slain racist's decrees, to obtain
was a
spells out the answers- period by
I | Topics discussed include explanations simply,
. should not be funded. Negroes
A series of workshops devotedto doctor of laws
honorary new job opportunities for Negro -
of how to find the clearly and with authority. of time In the Neerocommunity" bullets In Jackson, Miss, In .
however, deny that the Negro membership and fun-raising degree, according to an announcement I ,workers; to protect Negro
Objective of this new text Is to could cause some form of civil ,,1963.,
for how
right property I
you, In '
political group, organized a techniques have been conducted by Oberlin Provost consumers from exploitative
disorder. George Metcalfe NatcheaBranch .
aid students In ,
much should for It how comprehending
; you pay few Alabama counties prior to national and state officers
by John W. Kneller. ghetto merchants, to eliminate
analyzing and evaluating ideas, "We are also aware of the president of the NAACP
to choose how
broker toknow
, a the 1966 elections In the state
Interest In the campaign. will also
spur Honorary degrees slum conditions to correct inequities -
facts and Issues in U.s. history futility of trying to correct the was severly Injured Aug. 28, ;
U broker is to ,
a really trying
1 has role In their coopera Sessions have been held In awarded to Paul W.W.Green
any be in the Selective
help how to so that they will be able to make situation by resorting to any 1969, when a powerful bomb
you, guard against'a
; historical interpretations and tive. Philadelphia, Pa; Jersey City, pastor of the United Christian form of vlolence..whether Initiated ., was planted In his car. Service, and to dismantle the
; "con artlst"broker when
you see historical relationships Mr. Wilkins, in his message to N.J.; New York City; Pittsburgh ChurcVof Caracas, Venezuela, by rock or bottle On Feb 27 of this year whole sinner sturcture of Jim
Mr. Shrlver, said the cooperative Pa; Memphis, Term.;' Julius P.Molnar,executive vice throwing by students or by :Wbarlest Jackson, treasurer J Crow.
"program of self- Columbus, Ohio; Plainvlew, president Bell Telephone Lab: policemen who indiscreetly use the Natches NAACP, was murdered We are, of course, for a just
: EXTRA MILDI IT'S I IMPORTED! hip with OEO funds .Is the best N.Y.; Seattle, Washington, oratories! Murray Hill, N.J.;' their nightsticks and guns or' by a similar bomb which peace but there already exist
present hope for thousands of; Palm Springs, Calif; and at Rudolph Serkln, palaalst. and their police powers Illegally. ,exploded In the engine of his dedicated organization whose
' theGen11e Alabama farmers and their regional conferences in Louisville Wolfgang Etecbow, professor: Mr. Savage also offered legal pick up truck. No. 1 task Is to work for peace
families. Marginal livelihoods Ky.; Providence RJ.; emeritus of fine arts at Ober- assistance "td those persons There have been very few arrests just as our No. 1 job Is to work
r; Scotch: HIGHLAND and Imminent danger of losing Greenville, S.C.; St. Joseph, lln College who allege that they were Illegally and no convictions any for civil rights
eves: that'are the dally lot of Mo., and Little Rock, Art arrested or subjected, of< (he above-cited cases ee. aeeeaq
thses Americans"The Recently appointed state Washable apparel and homefurnlihlngi
a brutality during the riot Buy U. S.
NAACP has already con- chairmen Include the ping
membership are greatest
: t MIST \ tributed $1,500 In emergency' Mrs Helen Currin Missouri, budget invert anybody can name_ HELP FIGHT. CANCER Ravings: bonds,
fuels and 1. eoaUaulag to help I irhawu recently- elected- to the i .. ,
20 Negro farm t.lmWesInSum- kcal school board la Charleston ;
ter County, Ala., faced with ; Mrs C. Delores Tucker .
'' Blended eviction "to make way for a who willagaln serve in Pennsyl' 1&
paper mill" after they Insistedon vania, and W. Burghardt Tur-
. receiving telr government ner In New York State. 'I .
I crop>> allotment checks which Major campaigns for 5,000 WfllJP.SUPER
SCOTCH WHISKY they charged had been inter or more members are In progress .
cepted by their landowners in Atlanta, Ga., Norfolk, M'AJlKETS
100% Scotch Whiskies Va.; Memphis Tenn.; Richmond -
__ .
I -- GAel Against .
T Va.?; Washington, D.C.;:
HIGHLAND' Mm.JUti $4' 49 HoesINgDlscnImINatior THESE[$ PRICES GOOD 7HMUWSUNDAY' AT EDfiEVOOD Art


FIFTH : fi.
U. S. GOOD
,1b. establishment of a
Z; TENTH $2.55 "handyman employment" service -
--4 at the Eastalde Neighborhood -
--J, : Center of Greater Jacksonville ROAST LB.47C
- CHUCK
.,.t.. t 65 Economic Opportunity,
Inc, was announced this week
by Al Wise, coordinator for

-.e' the Wise elderly.said people who want odd FLA. GRADE AHENS
It
jobs done around their homesor '
other places may call the "
Eastslde Center, located a 961
,E. Duval St., for the services FAMtfS SGA PREXY-tiervert LB.19C 1

,lof senior citizens who need J. Smith a junior chemistry ;
extra money and are capableof major at Florida AIM University .. .
doing the jobs desired. from Tampa,has beenelected '
The men range In age from president of the Florida .
CLOROX )
62 to 70 but are In good health A&M Student Government Association :
Ii I and there are 10 workers, for: Jhe 1967-68 school : !:
available who come from the C
year Smith Is the son of Kr. ..
!Eastside "poverty pocket. and MrsTHenry J.Smltbwbore- BLEACH "J oV. 19
One Is a master painter and side at 2205 North Grady Avenue Y2 GALLON
.
Another is an.
,paper hanger _ID_Tampa.
The
experienced carpenter. ,

work other and are other able odd to jobs to do around yard LIMIT 1 VITH $$5." .1. MORE fill 'ORIER
1
the home.
The GJEO office serves only ,
u a referral center and does
not set pay scales. Rate of pay, ,
is left up to employer and, SUPER SUDS "
the employed senior cltlzenj SIZE39"C


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Civil Rights Roundup Educational tttlnCOHFABJhhimat Upholds Megrois' On The Other Hand


dY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL High list Scons If it were not for the fact that I absolutely positively refuse -,

to believe in the superiority of one race over another

ACCUSATION MEW LORE-The Appelate Pd be led to make the statement that white people are un
ATLANTA-(NPl) The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committed
Division of the State Supreme commooly.tupld.
has accused the UJ5. Post Office of sestroylng its mall
ostrich who solves
the pea-brained
Court; in a 'landmark ruling They behave like pro-
According to Vol. 1 No 2 of the DeW SNCC newsletter, many vi of "vast significance\ : to minority blems of personal encounter by hiding his bead In the sand
copies of VoL 1 No I were chopped to pieces In the Atlanta workers unanimously and leaving the broadest part of his anatomy in plain view
,
Post Office, which explained that SNCC had not put enough, pheld the high scores earned They behave like the legendary idiot who cut off his nose to
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postage on its mall. The Post Office said it had tried unsuccessfully -
by 24 Negroes on their entrance spite his face
to Inform SNCC of the lack of fuffleclent postage A examination for apprenticeship They behave like Chicken Little who got a hit on the head
'But SNCC said had been notified. _
offlcals they never t training In the Sheet MetalWorkers and swore that the sky was falling.
: International Asso Wouldn't you say that each of these instances demonstrates

( HEARING elation: uncommon stupidity? And would't you agree that tbe characteristic .
'
JACKSON, Misr-NPI>-fhe Federal Communications The examination scores had behavior of the majority of the homo sapiens

missions, on Hay 1, vlll begin its long-delayed hearing on renewal been disputed as "improbable"by : Caucasian American us- of the license of WLiT-TV: of Jackson. This bearing results ?
the Joint Apprenticeship than Just slightly
from a petition filed by the United Church of Christ's Committee, representing employers Take Just for Instance, the matter of integration
Office of Communication In New York in 1964 The office wanted ,,
y. white facing housing integration
population
in the industry and The big city ,
renewal denied on the ground that the station failed to serve the k ///j Local 28 of, the Sheet MetalWorkers has yard by yard, house by bouse, block by block, moveda
public interest by discriminating against Negroes,who make up Internation Association. little farther out-a little farther away when a Negro has
almost half of the station's viewers
They planned a new. become a neighbor.
COMPLAIK7f.EW xainiaatton, and the State Com' Isn't that like the ostrich? Doesn't that suggest ahead-

mission for Human Rights took, in-tbe-sand attitude to you?
VORK (NPI-An East Side discotheque called Arthur '
.iI : : the case of court In a move, Historically, moving away has solved absolutely NOTHING.For .
has been accused of snubbing a white poet and his Negro date'
w validate the test scores.. the white homemaker the temporary ego satisfaction of
Dr Hans W Schwerln, grandson of Dr Paul Ehrllch, 1908 The, NAACP, which entered moving away from THEM is shortly replaced by the distressing ,
Nobel Prize winner in medicine and Miss Cheryl McNair I
the case as amicus curiae, necessity of doing the same thing all over again]
to the Commission Human Rights that NFi t1'.r
complained City on I
submitted an affidavit by Dr. Build an integrated community? Oh, not
their reservation was rejected and only grudgingly acceptedat .r, Kenneth Clark, noted psychologist Work for open housing? Oh, not!
the after the doorman ntoed that the couplewas
discotheque asa supporting the view that Just keep griping and moving.
interracial. They told the commission they were ''ability is not fixed !in child Claim that Negroes are causing problems. Claim that the
"humiliated and discriminated
against"HAD hood but on the contrary is place for colored people Is in wall-to-wall, floor-to-celling:

IT? subject to dramatic improve Jam-packed ghettos that are bursting at the seams. Claim

WASHINGTON-NPI-Laws interracial ment where Negro and Puerto that Negroes are deliberately making trouble, pushing and
against marriage on
Ric.uv children who had received pressing. Become a part of the backlash.
the books in 16 Dixie and border states to have had it
appear '
inferior education later All of these, yes. But try to solve the problem, no. The
criticism of such laws Court
judging expressed by Supreme
by received instruction from a white majority keeps moving. They put their beads in the
statute review
justices Virginia's anti-miscegenation under by li gifted teacher which they were sand to solve the problem.
the high tribunal, was compared with segregation statutes, highly motivated to understandand Only an idiot would cut off his nose to spite his face You
outlawed In a 1954 Supreme Court decision.Chief Justice Warren "
absorb would hardly disagree.
showed where be stood when be quoted from a UNESCO com
Robert 1.. Carter, NAACP So what do you call those white citizens of moderate income
mittee that scientific evidence contradicts racism
report ---. general counsel, said the decision who have invested in lovely homes In lovely communities: ? What
Printer, Lrnden a TiodUni; left, meets via Dr. Royal W. Parrear, handed down April 13 do you call: them when they panic and sell because a Negro of
CRACKDOWN president rf the Florida Memorial College, center and Harold DunskJ, right, to discuss "Should foreclose futrue attempts moderate means may be contemplating a purchase near their!
RICHMOND, V.v-(NPl>-Blchmond police swooped down on a the 'manner In which the college vlll serve Bahamian youth when the college relocates by building trades unions lily-white confines?

garage, where they turned up a sizable arsenal of shotguns, to MIami from St. Augustine, FU. In 1968 to eliminate Negro apprentices These "superior" and "important" can't bear

pistol black powder, dynamite fuse wire, four crosses, fledge for the college are coming: In from both Freeport and Nassau and a scholarship from their programs after they to have a Negro neighbor, so they worry personages themselves silly

lumber and burlap Closing in on Ku Klux Klan violence, program Is being developed for Bahamian students which will gel under way In June have demonstrated superior moving farther and farther, over and over, again and again
police made seven arrests and said others are expected
qualifications in Impartial examinations. One Negro in the block makes all the other residents behave
The Minutemen organization also was implicated in the vlo- Marines Help Capture News Digest Religion And Race ." like Chicken Little. The skies must be raining Negroes if one
lence. Carlisle Massey Slater, owner of the garage, was
Bernard Katzen, vice chair has managed to get In. So the whole area rushes pail mell to
charged with illegally burning a cross on city-owned: pro- :'NO man of the State Commission sell-and the another
INDEPENDENT FINANCING HOPE gettlng-away cycle begins revolution.
perty. H ,
Jobbery Suspects 4 LUSAKA {(NPI) Zambia, OXON HILL, Md. -(NPI)>- expressed "appreciation to the You may think this Is a little far-fetched. You mad say white

WASraNGTOPMNPO which plans to construct a Hope for the eventual merger of 'NAACP for Joining as amicus people aren't really stupid. They don't really behave that way

Area Serviceman t he Halls of Montezuroa the hydroelectric plant at Kafue; two local Methodist churchestollowlng curiae in support of our court But you'd have a hard time proving It.

!National Bank of Washington disclosed recently that the pro .- the pattern laid In application. The Association The city public schools in New York, Washington, DC.,

LIMESTONE, Maine Staff y'I I ,t ranch at Navy Yard. ject will not be backed by the 1965 when the predominantly made a valuable contribution Chicago, Philadelphia and Detroit are part of a growing
Sergeant Jake J, Riggins, son The Marines were fighting World Bank, but through the white Baltimore and Negro to the proceedings which led to list of northern cities where white pupils now constitute the

of Luther Riggins of 1970 Leon heir country's battle, this Organization of Independent Washington conferences merged the decision," which he calleda new MINORITY group.

ard Circle S., Jacksonville, ime by helping capture four ancing. The project, expectedto -Is viewed as fast dwindling "landmark" ruling of "vast Why? Because the white brothers are moving farther and

Fla., has been named Out inspects in a robbery at the be in operation by 1971,has an nothingness.The Negro significance." farther, over and over, again and again.
standing Fuels ManoftheQuar- lank branch. The Leathernecks estimated cost of about $103.6 membership of small St. Paul The Negro applicants had been I don't believe in racial superiority and I'm keeping the

ter in his unit at Lorlng AF3, o4 rere stationed in barracks million for its first stage Church had favored the idea tutored by Dennis Deryck of tbe faith. I believe that one day, soon, our ,good white brethern

MaIne jpposlte the branch. of combining but the Oxon Workers Defense League, who are going to see the light They're really not stupid, the Just
Sergeant Riggins, a fuel Arrested in the robbery were PEACE CORPS GOES SOUTH Hill congregation counterpart had previously taught mathematics act that way

supervisor, was selected for ) Barry J. Haley George N.Deal, APIA, WesternSamoa >- and 10 times larger-rejected to gifted high school' One day soon, a mass movemant of reverse inundation is

his leadership, exemplary con Fr., Reginald L. Mebane, and Contingents of the Peace Corps the idea last May. Since children and had given mathematics going to begin. The white population will come to the Negro
duct and duty performance. He : Isaac Taylor have fanned out to two countries then the two congregations Instruction to Negro vocational ghettosgoing thee hundreds, by the thousands, by the millions.

is a member of the Strtegic \ Fighting" for right and free- in the southern hemisphere, in, been operating under a quasi- school graduates which e IN to live among Negroes.

Air Command, the nation's lorn-but not for the accused different parts of the world, merger-both maintaining separate enabled them to go on to college.
combat intercontinental HES'STUDENT VEEP ATFAMUJonn In the South Pacific However the Union and Joint
the
ready men-were Marine Cpls.JamesC. : corpsmen existence, but yoked together ,
missile and bomber force. Edward Higglnbot- are setting up business : in a single Oxon Hill Apprenticeship Committee sub CAMPUS NEWS
Mc Cord and James C.
The sergeant is a graduate of ton, a sophomore history maj, Polynesia's first Independent parish mitted an affidavit by Dr.,
PFCs Gale Amyotte
Brlnkley
Stanton High School or at Florida AUf University ; country, Western :'Samoa. In Wallace Octets of the NYU
and Glenn Glselman L/CpL
He is a veteran of World War been from Charleston, W.Va., has Charlie A. Kern,. Ernest; '.W.i Africa, \'olunteers"'are beingset ,,, COMPLIANCE WQUffiEIES '. Testing Center which said that! 'More'than 500 AAT' College alumni, leaders in the field

II and of the Korean War the elected 'Ice'president of Williams, and Robert Pursell, to, the newly-independent: C? LANSING, :"-(NPIThe tutoring cannot'alfect aptitudeand 1i' educationv in' North Carolina, are to be honored at the
Student
,His wife, Ola, is the daughterof Government Association and Sgt Michael T. Kane, Jr. country of Lesotho, formerly Catholic dioceses of Grand that the tests given had Diamond Anniversary for the College to be held April 24-
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Swaint at FAMU.He is the son the British High Commission .Rapids, Lansing, Marquette been aptitude tests.

of Eta Z, Bartow, Cia of Mr and Mrs John E. Higglnbotton territory of Basutoland which ,Saginaw, have begun their'' At the same time he admitted 29.The group is composed of school principals and supervisors

2110 whose address is ]Showing' The Way became Independent last Oct.4, periodical check of over 2,000 that college students or graduates and teachers in vocational agriculture, trades and industries

Washington Street, W., firms doing business wits local could have received very vocational borne economics, and industrial arts
ARMY Charleston. In Employment GOOD IDEAOSLONPI 'parishes, schools and institutions high scores on the examination, and home economics and agricultural agents.

t : LOVE ( ) Sounds great on, determine whether they indicating that education: would They are to be cited: for "outstanding contributions to the

,'RESERVE "The way to love anything is, CHICACXMNPI major paper and U it works out, Nor.' have been complying with the play a decusive role in determining development of human resources, abiding interest in public''

to realize that it might be lo t." automobile firm was showing way will have come up with an, Project Equality program for the test results. service, and conscientious work in community improvement.

he way toward apprenticeship answer to how to maintain a,, merit employment practices. Crucial research submitted to The citations: are to be presented at the Awards Luncheon,

quality at the same time disirimlnatlon -, decent standard of living on retirement Previously the suppliers were the court by the NAACP revealed scheduled for Brown Hall on Saturday, April 29, beginning
ROYAL ART STUDIO in union ap- for the elderly. A new requested to sign a commit that scholarly authorites at II30 a.m.
irentlceshlp programs con- change in its social security ment form, now they are being such as the Mental Measure

,tJ inued to be charged across the security laws, effective as last asked to complete Merit Employment ment Year Book defined the PURDUE UNIVERSITY
latlon. Jan. I, provides that a workercan Analysis forms to see particular tests used for admission

Going The Ford Motor Company ison receive something like 50 what progress they have beenmaking : to this apprentlcship While affecting culture, jazz music of the future also "will
the lookout for qualified per cent of his annual income toward equality of employment program u achievement tests produce musical militants intent upon change and economic
upon retirement opportunity. which merely concern a limited recognition."
Negro apprentices to become
tool and diemakers at' $2.79 range of material. This Purdue University History Prof. Leslie B.' Rout Friday
Out Of Business u hour to start The Chicago TURNS AUTHOR TRAVELING WORKSHOPS material can be absorbed is night told 200 scholars at Purdue's second annual Conference

Urban League Apprenticeship'reject NAffi03KNPlJohn Okello, CHICAGO -(NPI) Two a 75-hour course such as the on American Culture that "racial tensions in the
the African field marshal who teams of five Catholic one given to the Negro examinees
P was recruiting young university nation will continue to make themselves felt in jazz"
', : PhotosAt len to fill the positions. led the revolution which: overthrew faculty members are with obvious success. Rout, a Negro jazzman and scholar, outlined at the conference
; Pick Up the Sultan of Zanzibar set to launch their fourth year the frustrations Negro musicians have had making

more than three years ago, has program of 20 traveling workshop Medal. Of Honor a living with Jail music in the last 79 years. He said while

GIVE TO FIGHT found a new avocation-author. institutes which will cover, Negroes orignated jazz and most of Its forms-swing, bop
Last week, the East African the nation from New York to and the new "sounds" white musicians copied and got "the

Same Address Publishing House, published California and Minnesota to 1 Winner' Gets Tribal lion's share of the swag." Now Negro Jazz is accepted but
D first book, "Revolution Zanalbar" Texas The Workshops is haven
: Traveling a for some.discontented! Negro musicians
which tells his life's on Inter-group Relations, WINSTONBALEMNPJ( )-
MS story from birth in northern under the aegis of the National 'The biggest rlbute in the city's

I Uganda, to his moment of fame Catholic Conference for Interracial during the revolution. After the Justice <6 Lawrence
affiliated with Joel, the city'sonly
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS overthrow was complete,Okello Loyala University will < native to
con- son receive the Savings s Bond
'1t&: Myrtle Ave.. found that he was no longer cider among other things, in- 1 Medal of Honor. .

the grtat crfpperfycung needed 'wrellglous tensions, Intra- Joel, wearing the Medal of,
SAME adults ** lultural problems, and issue 1 Honor around his neck. led a r
PHONE 354-1894 challenging man's humanity and procession that included several i 1 n f' i 1 t ; 1" l rt's

tiHgitttiMS C/*' tm.ttr II If IfO Ifi ARITHMETICOF creating conflicts of bands and a contingent
2,000 troops.

LOVEIn I The city proclaimed it "Law
AN UNSUCCESSFUL POET" Fence Joel Day," and the city's: 1' ,

; the arithmetic of married a rich wife.. At the,, Biracial Committee hnoredbim $
rINBDmLIA. love, one plus one equal wedding, when the clergyman'' at a luncheon. }

everything, and two minu read out the traditional words,. Mayor M.C Benton, Jr., said
one equals nothing. the poet tried to repeat them, the Chamber of Commerce pro .1(1h ( 1115Tr1LLED
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thee endow," he laid. Qatho&i. ceremonies had Joel been white FREE
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MUM BEACH. FLA.There art two ways to take a va- BY MATTE SMITH COLIN
cation. One method is to schedule as much u possible every NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALA
day. see everything to be seen, e"llf only a passing glance, a. kM
and end the .
holiday' DracUcallv exhausted------ preview of reversible Furs by Mr. Fred of Fur ami
The other school operates on faster pace of fun-the night!, / A aAr Sport will be shown at Bonwlts, New York...! Russian Gray
the tenet a vocation is a Unit clubs, golf, tennis, greyhound squirrel coat-reversed Is a striking window-pane plaid of
for relation, for leisurely enjoyment racing concerts and special nose green and brick, fur bordered, worn over a matching
of something Interest events of the more usual vacation wool kilt dress decorated with brass
log amid new and refreshing world. For Suburbanites it's Fred's coat of kit fox reversing to
scenes If possible This vacation center's program r bright plaid in olive brick, navy and (told,,accessorised by
While Miami Beach Is adapt- of special summer music the popular ribbed turtlenecked short-sleeved sweater In
able to either system, the Utter has been announced, even before black and plaid culotte.
will be extolled in this the final concert of the
discourse timed for the merry winter sense.Opening .......-
month of May and the beginning in the auditorium June
of summer's low, low ratesin 25!! will be Roberta Peters with Best in '67 Persian lamb ideas by designer-students of
this resort by the sea.These, the summer pops orchestra ID Parson School of design is Stan Weaver's high-belted coat-
bargins are conducive to a long' the first of 10 seasonal present dress In chocolate brown persian lamb with a white leather
and leisurely stay, at prices ations. Prices for this series belt. Lynn Ritchie designed a flattering and feminine pantsuit
well below half those of winter. begin at $1.50, range upward to in taupe persian lamb and a long glamourous sweeping pants
First, turn to the waters cm $4 for table seats. Tables with out by Marlon Dlgney was t grelge persian lamb.
every hand here, for recreation chairs for eight,where refresh No-season Fur? A new concept in furs shown at Bergdori
that grows more fascinating ments are served at intermissions Goodmans recently, Emerlc Partos' flowering mInt achieved
with .mWarlty-l1sll1nlr long have been a feat by working nine colors into flower Inserts and a pearl backgroundl -
and skin diving. ure of the Sunday evening con- '
Angling can take you Into the certs.
blue waters offshore for The July I program will be an J ........
dolphin, marlin, sailfish, wa- -Gershwin affair, Including
boo and bonito in a comfort a condensed version of Porgy Condorpelll of Bologna also Joined the color explosion in
able I charter cruiser at $53!! a and Bess. Soloists will be Ivan furs. At the Milan third Fur Fair, Condropelll unveiled a
half-day for four. If the budget Davis at the piano;; Blllle Lynn fox Michelin coat costume in pink, red,. yellow, green and
can compass severa of these Daniel, sopranoAndrewFrier-; pale bluel
trips, their Interest will increase son, baritone. The pops chor- 1Ia'j Lambs called Cumaflz by Glancarlo Verganl of Umbiite
U you learn the details ale will be another feature. (Milan) were shown in amber, brown, pearl, gray, yellow,
of rigging bait,finer polnti On July 9 the Peter Nero trio sapphire and green!
of boat-handling In presenting will be in the spotlight.The following Though he predicts bronze tones for summer, Lawrence of
the bait to a trailing but un. Sunday's program is as j wii!! Revlon (make-up director), for spring, says Lawrence,. IPs
interested fish and the sure but. yet open. RuggleroRlcci: violinist the honeyed look. At L Magln, San Francisco, be showed
economical moves of the matt will be guest star July 23. _. ladies the sweet taste of honey u it applies to the skin-the
in boating the prize once it 1* ------ -- --- ----
An evening with Cole Porter on new soft make-up coloring comes from Revlon's under makeup -
alongside.Or July 30 will present PhylU A- Members of Miami Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pat Jones, Alphonso Burnside, Samuel I Johnson, In the third row nutrient cream in the Ultima group. "Tint Aprlcota; (TX
as a vacationer you can rick, soprano; Salwa Merrlgo, Fraternity are presenting their annual "Black and White are Douglas McKlnnon, Donald Hollls C. Sullivan Culver, "11 a moisturizer with a hint of tint, very sheer, and is a
rent your own outboard boat meuo-. rano; KeD Corday Ball," Friday night April 28, are shown here. Seated from loom Fannin, T.L. Lowrie. Other members not shown include color booster.
and go for tarpon, boneflsh. tenor, and Ken Thompson,baritone left are; Caleb Crosby Robbie Wright, Herbert Ammons, : Dr. W.A. Patterson, Irvan McCaskill, Bennie Samuels,, Lawrence likes the soft apricot look extended by eye shadow -
permit snapper and sea trout as well u the chorale. G. Homer! Thompson, Oscar Edwards Standing in the second E. W. Burrows. in brown, green or beige and lipstick "flavored with
in protected waters for $15!! or Jan Peerce tenor, will be the, row;.:_*: Irving Hendrix, Walter Anders,Robert Seniors,Frank honey in beige or peachy tint." The honeyed idea is a new
$20 a day.Here headliner Aug. t and Jacques look be has created in his over-all Job u make-up director-
perhaps the fascination d'Ambolse and Melissa Harden! Jtcksci & Byroa Employs Tniiee the-molsturlzer in a colored tint to be used u "underground'*
mounts even more in learning on Aug. 13 in an evening of bal-. B.CC Students Given make-up!
the best spots, best lures let. Kern-Kammersteln compositions In addition to the apricot, there is a green-to give color
or baits and how best to pre- will be featured Aug.' Fellowship Grants pick-up to the face when applied- nd mauvesse, a lavender
sent hem. There's a thrill rarely 20, including a condensed vers- cream that picks up the skin tone, warms it and gives a
matched !in locating a school ion of "Showboat" with the Four Bethune-Ccokman College crocelaln luster to the complexion.
of tarpon,lurking a fathom or same stars who will appear in students from the Division Aprlcota Lawrence sees with spring navy and for night
two don in clear depths, or In the Cole Porter program.It of Science and Mathematicshave Lawrence adds! a frosty peach Blush On, frosty green at the
stalking tailing. 'boneflsh. on"the, Is anticipated Miami Beach received PostBaccalaureate lids and an extra pair of lashes, deep coral red lipstick,
sand JUls:,.' ivlsltorsnBgahv' will: have: the ,I Fellowship! grants .tl>' a hair piece and dramatic errings. .. >
Skin diving can open new vas Marine stadium series of summer study at Haverford College,
cation vistas, either with scuba concerts in one of the unique Pennsylvania, according to Dr. MIAMI IEACI snITs ---
gear or a simple mask and settings of the South. The r.J. gainous, Acting Chairman
snorkel. As intimate knowledge orchestra is seated on a float- Division of Science and Mathematics -
of the rocks and coral reefsis in front of the Bethune-Cookman Col- MIAMI BEACH FLA_TraffIc from'tilt central part of the<
ting stage 8,500- state has been so heavy it Is;
aculred, interest increases. seat grandstand that at other lege. on the Sunshine State Parkway forecast bonds for the road can, I
The inch of brilliant bole J'rr
on times serves powerboat racing br Chosen for candidates a ton expressway leading be paid off 21 years in advance:
a brown sponge is a neon goby. spectators.This throughout the United States into the Miami Beach area of maturity dates.
The velvet black fish with startling series,that can be attend are: Rosa Walker of Tampa, a
yellow stripes is ayoung ed either by automobile or boat, Mathematics major Louis
French angeL Gaudy parrot fish is expected to begin July 1 and Batch of McXeesport Pennayl- CASHIER TRAINING INSTITUTE
graze on alee covering the continue through Sept. 2. Already vanta, a Chemistry major,lien
rocks.It booked are such guest Blunt of Deerfleld Beach a OF MIAMI
may be added that no area stars as Stitch Henderson, Arthur > Chemistry major; Johnnie Mae
in the continental United States Fiedler, Leroy Anderson Meals of Miami, Biology and r I
can compare with this southeast and Frederick FennelL The stadium A k Chemistry major.
Up of Florida for undersea Is located Just off Rlcken-
slghtlseelng. backer causeway and Just southof
Ashore tip sightseeing Is dif Miami Beach in Biscayne bay. The faculty at Florida Presbyterian
ferent, too. Trees of the temperate Music, lnludln'dance tunes in College in St. Petersburg -

zone give way to thoseof the night cb."tI, Is of course but Mrs Mickey Walker is one of many graduates of Cashier Training Institute of Miami wlllgrow to 75 or more by
the tropics. The pear and one of this seaside city's vacation who are now holding good Jobs. Mrs. Walker a graduate of the IBM department of Cashier 1973 when peak enrollment of d
peach and plum here become attractions in summer. Training Institute Is now employed La the IBM department of Jackson*Byron Dept Storesof 1500 students is expected.
the mango, avocado and litchL There is the Miss ISA contest Miami. She is a 1964 graduate of Booker T. Washington High School After one year of
Maples and elms are replacedby May 15-20!! prelude to the Miss Social Studies at Miami Dade Junior College she decided to take the IBM course at Cashier The State of Florida's 67 coun- JOBS NOW OPEN
palm and sapodllla. The Universe Beauty Pageant July Training Institute. Mrs. Walker likes her Job and enjoys working with the people at Jackson ties divided equally well over
palms, in their many varieties 10-15!!; golf, tennis, sightseeing, 1 Byron. Mrs. Walker is fortunate to have Mr. Spier as her supervisor. He has a $2 million of the proceeds from
produce sugar or oil or coconuts fishing and boating. pleasant personality and understands that she has to be trained for the Job. Mrs. Walker the three per cent tax handle at
; the sapodllla the chicle And, perhaps best of all,there lives at 1948 N.W. 3rd Court with her husband, Willie Lee Water and 16 month son Eric the 1967 Hlaleah horse racing
that is the basis of chewinggum.
are the bargain summer hotel Walker. season.
.' and apartment rates that permit -- ----
These are some of the thinp'the the enjoyment of all in modern,
leisurely vacationer learns. luxurious accommodations on Dr. Jo.es A. Roberts
Details could fill books.If monotony '
.should threaten, there's sensible budgets. Since You Asked Me

always the easy change to a Speiker For MorniBi ServiceThe

BY LONNIE PRUITT
Rer. S.>. Cousin, Pas- with all present members and
Your beautician NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL in I fli I wKsiWii
professional ivyir
tor of Greater Bethel (Miami) their parents.
knows the answer.. AME Church announced that At 7 pjn., April 30th, duringthe DEAR LONNIE! : I have two teachers' and.they give me1
the Senior Missionaries will Evening worship hour, the r/s. I am making Ds in"my main subjects. I am afraid I I I I
present the Rev. Dr. JamesA. april Club will present Rabbi might stay back and I don't want to. I don't have but two
Roberts, presiding elder of Joseph R. Narot, chairman of more six week sessions la school. I participate in class .
North Miami District, The the Dade County Community every day. I don't make D"s; they give me D.. I don't act
South Florida Annual Conference Relations Board as speaker for up in class or talk back to them. 1 come to class every day.
the AME: Church at the their annual pioneer fellowship I have three friends. They make C'.. They talk hack, they
ll.W-a.m. morning worshln honoring all men, women, don't come to class, and yet they are making C'.. I shouldbe
hour, Sunday, April 30th, at clergy and laymen, living or making the C'. and they should be making the DM. I o stew i 1r
the Church, 243!! NW 8th Street. dead, who were members of study and bring in my lessons. What could I do to pull up
Why does some hair Mrs. Ella Jones, Is President Greater Bethel Church duringthe my grades? Please help me. '
: Mrs. C.A. Mills Boyer, is program first sixty years of its Wondering
chairman and Rev. S.A. life, and paying tribute to the
break off when combing? Cousin is the minister. pastor Dr. Sjl. Cousin who Is, TALK TO YOU TEACHERS.. Tell them you're working TYPES
From 4 to 6 p.m., April 30th, in his tenth year of ministry.: very hard to bring your grades up. Ask them what YOu'can'cIo
the Youth Department will have Mrs. A.. J. Barr, is chairman. to improve. Then try to do It. This ought to help. It might /
Your hair is precious and delicate and none of us like to see their annual Cotillion at Greater Mrs. loan Hardman, cochairman : also help to do some extra work, turn in extra reports. If s
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use Bethel, Church. All former ; Mrs. Willie Lee Slllmon, no fun, but the longer you are in school, the more you learn, I Ii
of hot combs and over.processing of hair with chemicals often members particularly those Secretary Mrs. Emma Mathls, 'V you try. So don't drop dead if you don't pass. It maybe a
are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But who were members at any time corresponding secretary. good thing mm -
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently! breaks since 1958, and their parents
off in everyday combing.Notice how irritated your scalp becomes will be special guests, along qNMM in'sr;

when Your you professional comb in contrast beautician to the knows way that your curly beautician hair mats does and? -' '-' -- .- _-.._--,-- '-.,, -.. DEAR LONNIE: I bate this boy in my first period class. He --- .. .... -
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tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. thinks he's so great. I can't stand him.He makes me sick. He's ,
Otherwise unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to always putting on airs and acting like he's better than anybody ''IV 1 ," .
PhotographerMARYCOBB Sometimes be doesnt even speak to people. Should I ten ,
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softening and a temporary relaxing effect. that prevents break- I ROLLINS him oi17 Furious I. I
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Visit your expert hairdresser who cares about your hair careand'your Lester Street way you
Comfort Whatever the nature of your hair problems, 1 I, ) they are. Sometimes they don't even know they bother '
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1 Spotlight; I ::: On: ::: SportsFROM J I Cosmetology Celebration -=--- Fir toil Jily Revere 3 Diytoei 250 Schemed Speedway



DAYTONA BEACH-A For- tonal course.
CRICKDT'TO BASEBALL TO SOCCER ache 911. to be driven by Peter Turner is expected to be joinedby
Cricket spawned baseball and baseball spawned soccer, Greg: of Jacksonville, Fla* other NASCAR stars, many
Yankee style. Is the first under 2 Uter car of whom have expressed a desire -
That statement, odd as It may seem, described! in capsule io enter the Paul Revere 250 and willingness to ma in
form the historical connections and trans-development, track-road race, scheduled fora the Paul Revere at midnight
of American soccer, which has Just attained professional big midnight/ start at Daytona and Firecracker 400 ten hours
league status. International Speedway on July later.
However, to get a broader picture of American-bred soccer The Paul Revere Is for the
3.The
one needs to examine Its present connections with baseball snits Paul Revere will be fol- "baby grand nationals cars"
baseball's former connection with cricket. So the story really lowed by the ninth annual running which ran in the Daytona Trans-
.begins with cricket, the so-called "Limey" game of bat-and- of the Firecracker 400 American 300 here in February
balLIt for late model NASCAR Grand The competition in the over 2
is doubted if many people, know It, but cricket pre-dates. National cars at 10 a.m., on leter class is among the Mus-
baseball in this country, having been Imported by early July 4. tangs, Cougars Darts, Barracudas -
English settlers In fact, baseball sprang almost directly from The first entrant In the Paul and Camaros, and in the'under
cricket, with many of the first baseball players being former E' y nk Revere in the over 2 liter class liter category Porsche
.cricketers. was Curtis Turner of Charlotte, .and Alfa-Romeo are the domi-
The organizer and first manager of the first major league N.C., who'll handle Jole Chit- nant machines.
baseball team-the Cincinnati Red Stockings of 1864-was a. wood's new Camaro over the Gregg's 811 has proved to be
former cricketer named Harry Wright, who, In turn,converted .Speedways 3.81 mile Intern., a highly competitive car.
many other cricketers to the "American game" and brought I
them into the then fledging National League
But the impatient sport fan might ask; "What does all this JACKSONVILLE'S MOST RECOMMENDED
got to do with soccer?' DEALER

The reply! is, plenty. In fact, baseball has Just spawned 65. CaJillac Colan . :$379$
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FISHGERMAN . .$1.20 LB. M. VA., Hamp- Phillips, Hampton Institute'i awarded the certificate of 61 Valiant, Our Best . .$ 495
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RARP $ .39 ace 60'Rambler. AC It's Like a New One $ 495
WHITE WINTER RARP . .S .59 LB. versus LunD smacked a two- to victory' in both the mile speech pathology during the 59 Chev. V-8 Convt..S 495
(BUFFALO) SCLEROSISthe run homer in the seventh Inning and the half-mile, to lead the centennial alumni day activites
YELLOW PIKE . . $1.20 LB. n to break open a 5-5 dead- Pirates to their third straight at Johnson C. Smith University, 59 Cadillac Our Best Buy .$ 695
.e lock as the Pirates downed claa track victory. Charlotte, N.C., on April .. Over 100 Cars to Choose From
LOCAL PRODUCTSPOMPANO great crippler !visiting Howard University, The Pirates amassed 107 The alumni day observance
51.19 LB. of adultsUld'Laylor 9-S. points to defeat Shaw University Is one of the activities during n.5.CVl1NS3rd
DRUM h.: $ .35 LB. young Lunn continued the action in 32 points and Elizabeth the centennial year, 1867-1967.
EVER POPULAR-BLACK SEA BASS S .39 LB. the eighth as be hit an .insurance City State College, 31 points,
ROE MULLET; FLASH fROZEN. ., $ .39 LB. home run to make his total in a triangular meet held last & MAIN
for the season five homeruns.The weekend at Hampton. BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONK
number ties the total hit all Phillips, a sophomore> from IL 4.8382RIVERSIDE@
LONG TIME StANDOUT LOCAL FAVORITI LJSIxEROSIS WHERE YOU WORK OR RANK,
last season by homerun leader, Demopolls, Ala.led two team-
CAUGHT OFF MAYPORT m iiiI Willie Spence of MarylandState.Howard mates across the finish line in
BOAT WHITING toed an early leadas the 880 with a time of 2005.
35' MULWIIpoerNlASTrnI\ they were ahead, 4-% at the Earlier he won the mile witha
:' end of three Innings of play. 4:36.6 time .
Sinall Pan Trout .
But the Pirates took the upper Other top, performances came .
hand with a three run rally In from Dave McDonald who took .
the fourth. Howard then returned -, the two mile from Phillips with, '
with a single,run in the a time of 10498. Phillips cameIn
Presents: Ingenious Americans fifth to tie the score at 5-all. second "
[ It was ,ln the seventh inning The,' Pirates'I)'relay team tookboth ;
that Lunn belted his first homer the 440'relay and the mile
over the right center field fence. as Hampton took first placein
1 For a clincher: Waverly Lawrence 11 out of the 166 events
1 was walked, stole second :Bert Robinson, unbeaten lathe
) and thlred and came on a shot put and discus In CIAA .
passed ball.Pitcher competition, took first In both
Danny Morgan went events.
I 1P the distance for the Pirates and
picked up his third. win against
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Rlllieux began life on a plan that turned sugar cane juice into a finer
tat Ion near New Orleans.He was a bright grade of sugar at about half the cos;.The
child and eager to learn. So his father, Rillieux Process was quickly adopted by rn.a.F e..wlrlsM..r
anxious that the boy receive a good edCuban and Mexican sugar refineries and .
ucation sent him to Paris. Norbert Rillieux was soon the most fa: Riverside' .....1.r 11/-Y Y..,.rlr....Mwnao .,
Rilheux quickly lived up to all expec- mous engineer in the state of Louisiana. Deluxe R> tations. He published several papers on Several years later Rillieux returned to
the iteam engine and its economy and France, only to find Europeans com 1288 Reg. outright III
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put his talents to use. of the Rillieux sugar process and adoptedIn city under normal driving conditions. '-' '' """'
the early 1840's sugar was manufactured it in its refineries.With renewed Interest, Guarantee.monthil engineOver
byaslowprimitivemethodknown Rillieux again turned to engineering;this
as the"Jamaica Train".This made it an time applying his process to the sugar
expensive luxury that only a few could beet. Results: Sugar production costs 670 other 100% remanufactured -
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Riversde $12
One day Rillieux ran his fingers Norbert Rillieux did for sugar what leave your engines 9
through a small bowl of coarse brown Eli Whitney did for cotton.We may take car while you INSTALLED FREE at Wards low prices:
sugar,and felt sure that something could his invention for granted now, but each NO MONET' DOWN Most ford- and Chev. V8 Less head.
be done to'make it better and cheaper. teaspoon of sugar that goes Into our cup shop Wards Tent Sale' with trod. less head $199.. exchangePhilips
So he set tc work. of coffee should remind us of this ingenious
By 1846 he'had developed a process American.



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!. I j Sports Parade I I 'S0.000 Prize Money TSU Highlighted A Winning Combination Collegiate Baseball 11111 To Change "

Top
Rags Grwibliig There ar pending before the

Posted For Car Race The E'It.t AI..I tucson, arts.-The Gram- legislature two extremely Important -

SPEED BEATS GRIFFITH bUng Tigers, 1967 champs of bins providing changes
NEW YORK-NPI)-The Inability of dethroned DAYTONA BEACHPrlle' 'the Southwestern Athletic Conference in the booming and fishing license -
champion Emlle Griffith to cope with the flashing mlddlevelcht speed of money of more than $80,000' Granbliig Relay : rank No. 1 nationallyin structure. One of these
I. Italy's Nino Benevenutl evidently cost him Ms title last has been posted for the running the current college division provides that all persons fishing
, week. Although Griffith floored Benevenuti with of the Firecracker 400 GRAMBLXNG-A fabulous 440<< baseball poll conducted by the In Florida between the ages of
a smashing
to the In and the Paul Revere 250 at relay quartet from Texas Collegiate Baseball. 15 and 65 shall purchase a
right Jaw the fourth round be was unable to catch up>> newspaper,
Daytona International Speedwayon Southern of Houston Louisiana team displayed fishing license regardless of
1t with the European "Fancy Dan" and u a result lost the 15- University The
t round decision He will get a title rematch soon. July 4. Tex., hlghllghiedthe Eighth impressive hitting and pitching whether or not they are fishing
The Flrecracer 400. midsum annual GrambUng Relays by credentials In winning 23 of Its in their home comely The other
WIN TITLE mer's longest and richest late tlelng the world record for that first 24 games is an increase in hunting

I GRABBLING, La. (NPI)>With pitchers Roy Maine and Jerry model stock car event, will event here Saturday afternoonDespite GrambUng 1s coached by the licenses from 17.00 to S10.00for
a of $68,240enIncrease the state resident license
Washington and sluggers Matthew Alexander,Alfred Gibson and,, carry purse a bad baton pus on school's president R.W.E.
Ben Williams leading the heroics,the Gr ambling College Tigers of nearly $3,000 over the third leg of the record tie- Jones, who has handled the Job and from $175 to $3.50 for the I
blasted Jackson the 1966 race. The winner of, of and since resident county license. Both
State twice last week 5-3..8-1 to win their ing run a Tiger foursome 'skillfully devotedly
the Firecracker which startsat of these bills have been intro-
sixth Southwestern Athletic Conference baseball Alex- Lee Smith, Bobby Evans, Clyde ,,1925.
ander, Gibson and Winiams blasted homers title. 10 n.m., on July 4, will earn Duncan and Jim Hines teamed Jones-coached teams have won duced by the Game and Fish
u the Tigers'flnlshed $19,100 with $8,29S going to second Committee of the House of Representatives. -
. the season with a 17-1, won-lost conference record up>> to clock a sizzling 39.8 to 450 games while losing only
and an overall mark of 24-L place and $5,630 to third. tie the world mark set by '77 since World War Q. ,
The Paul Revere, a 250 mile Southern University of Baton The National Association of

TIGER-TORRES FIGHT SET track-road race over the Rouge In 1966 The same four- :Intercollegiate Athletics inducted -'
Buy U. S,
NEW YORK-NPI)-.Nigeria's Dick Tiger will submit to the Speedways International 3.81 some came back In the 880 him Into NAIA College ,
mile circuit and which startsat
acid test of champions when be gives the man be dethroned S Is worth baton event to run a blIIterlDC'IZU Baseball Hall of Fame in 1963. Savings BondsNOW
midnight July ,
Jose Torres a title while the freshman unit
rematch In Madison Square Garden, May :
16. Tiger will try to beat the proverbial ring Jinx which $14,050.00.Many of NASCAR's top Grand. from Texas Southern won their "
places champions "on the spot" In defending against their National drivers have expressed division with 1: 24.S clocking o% !
victims In rematches. Tiger won the light\ Hurdle and sprint sensation OFF
heavy wieght crown Interest In driving '
an Tang and Tennis are Indeed t winning combination. Tennisbrings
from Torres on a controversial decision In the Garden Southern took top honors in the
Dee 16.FITNESS, last both the races, and one of century with a U cloctJqwb1le the thirst, Tang satisfies It. Orange-flavored instant '
them Curtis Turner has entered Kirk Clayton GrambUng sprint breakfast drink is a cinch to prepare on the spot; Just add cold 1 1on
POST both. Turner will drive, ace was a step back at 9.4. water and prepare yourself for the healthiest, most refreshing lFoS
W ASIJNG'roN-NPl-Wlth the a new Camaro In the midnightride Bristol came back In the 120 drinks around. You'll also be delighted when you use this very gepu
reported of various
backing which Is for over and versatile product in punches glares for meats, desserts, ands
civil rights groups former football Jim Brown high barriers to clock a 13.8
great was being, under S liter "baby grand na
and beat out even to perk up the.flavor of some vegetable
prominently mentioned last weak as a prime candidate to suc- tional" cars, Mitchell
ceed Stan Musial card Cage and Russell
as national consultant to President Johnson Both of the Independence Day
on youth fitness. Contending with Brown for the left of GrambUng who finished second
post vacant -
races are full FLA Internationals '
FIGHT CANCER WITH A $105
when Musical became manager of the St.Louis Cardinals meaning they are open and third respectively "A" ROOF or
are ex-pro basketball star Bob Petit,and Pet Rettlaff, formerly to any qualified driver, no mat: Host GrambUng which has been CHECK UP AND A CHECK Flat Built-up Sti.FL14e
of the injury plagued most of the season -
pro Philadelphia Eagles football team. ter his affiliation. The Fire-.
garnered three first placesfor
,cracker always taws a strong the test which Included a ALCOA $41100w
1L ALUMINUM
SELECTED
AGAIN USAC contingent to battle the Griffis Uniform Exchange PLUMBING
NEW: TORK-NPI)-While at least one of his former all-star NASCAR standard-bearers,and fine 10:06.0 clocking for the iW$ sine & ELECTRIC

teammates lost out on re-election, Cincinnati's Oscar (Big 0)) in 1964 and 1965 the race was distance medley relay which 1070 CASSAT AVE PHONE 387-1359 r WORK ot
Roberston last week was voted a member of the National wonbyU5AC'sA.J.Foyt was composed WinstonShort, 11 E, 8th ST. PHONE 355.2015 SIDING' $ 30 COST
Larry Hawkins Lennox Year-
Basketball Association's All-Star team for the seventh 1
consecutive The Firecracker Is the fastest WOOD
year. Bill Russell player-coach of the Boston'Celtics 400 mile race In the world, and wood and Marvin Solomon. ATTENTION! ALUMINUM IS.FL to Code
Soloman back after the
came HICK
and a perennial Robertson all-star
teammate, could last Sam
was won by
year
only make the second team.Stedut. McQuagg In a Dodge Charger distance medley event to grab MEN'S WORK CLOTHES Choice of Interiors
top honors In the mile run with 1.I Ga..P..dksn.hn,WaH
at the average speed of 153. !, P.Inbd Dyw.N
a 4:19,5 clocking and teammate
lewticiciM 813 miles per hour McQuagg Johnson 12 crf nn G 3, Flecn ArimlroflQ Vinyl Atbntai
the
Phillip captured 4,wad,SemMM) F?hh.dfr.ytf.
turned on lap of the race at
177.865 miles per hour. The long jump title with a leap of Complets COm .Ih1o 5500 : .+Axl.J e'inaclns./ruhSb

Voted Most PojivlirBmMftGHAM race Is run over the Speed- 23 Powerful feet relay teams from SUITS $$ SUITSprciud 4,3 PHONE 3SS-SS94 ka
2.5 mile trloval with its
-(NPI)- Mrs of Ruth's Coif Jere Guild, are' high-banked way's turns and long Prairie View, Tex., copped the n..It reed. th... clothes h... h.. w.ah.d, N.riliud.
Alma Donner, senior studentat combining the prom and Black straights. sprint medley with a scorching Id rady for long, tough ....,. 0.
Ruth's Poro Beauty School, and White Bait Mrs Beatrice The Paul Revere Is for the 3.18.0: and the mile relay TWO' LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU ASSOCIATED CON ST.
won the 1967 "most popular" Johnson president of the Guild same type cars which competed with a 3:10.0 clocking to shut OPIN SUNDAY Hit DILl V,'" E. Vllh SI.
student contest. She will receive Is expecting patrons and In the Daytona 300 Trans- .'out top seeded Arkansas AMiN.which
a war bond and will be friends to enjoy the evening of American race here In February -: *. finished a poor fourth. I
present at the Black and White But John Hartfleld of Texas
pleasures Mrs Virginia and Is expected to draw Southern
Ball and Student Promenade McCray Is 1967 Class presi- heavily from the TransAmerican came back after an '''YOUR'DOLLAR '
May 26 at the Exhibition Hall dent.We're machines. These Include early season Injury to clear
of the city auditorium. the high Jump bar at 7 feet
Graduates and the members the factory-backed Mustangsand but missed on three attempts BUYS MORE
Cougars, and the Camaros aH-2. t pAT
Darts and Barracudas. In the
Texas Southern quartermller r
under 2 liter class the Porsche Maurice Plttman logged In a BANNER
Alfa Lotus Cor YOUR + aFOOD
Romeo Volvo ,
giving $10,000 47.2 to outdistance GrambUng
tina, Austin Cooper, are the top ace Henry Noel who snatched Ui/

to the sport fans competitors.The down second place honors. STORE" ,
International Includes
course icii QUANTITY PRICES GOOD
Frosh relay units from Prairie
who know their stuff. the trloval. plus a windIng -- View made fine showings as GROCER" MWTSUSWH THROUCUSATURDAY
flat Infield road, and pro' "YOUR HOME TOWN
they were timed 41.0 for t the i
Whatever you know about ,vides spectatcular racing at. sprint relay 3.14.2: for the mile

i sp SETS sports could pay off big for you .a i ,'night. ;.. _:aUIDYoUKitfoW -":" ... ,relay and finished"- second! .behind .
in Sport Magazine' Giant Sports ? 1'exuSouthern'i fresh, t01i 01 III '(NIPORK f
Quiz, beginning the May issue.. I men In the 880 baton event.
as- $'.000 Ant prize plus other cash
a. and valuable prizes will be going
to fans who know the personalities i Drowning PrevenfioR ROAST 11.49C

Sports.ties and. events in the world of

Also in this month' Sport an Hints For Parents
exclusive article, "The Ballplayer Pick ,the Pennant '
Winners" Plus the inside on Mickey Mantle and :21 JACKSONVILLE Parents
other, authoritative in-depth features on the, collegeand planning motor trips this sum- FIRST CUT VESTED POIK
pro iports scene mer should learn what to look I
For real close-ups of the personalities who make for in swimming pools before PORK CHOPS'". 39CI SPARE RIBS 0.SWIFT'
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sports happen put your money on Sport MULtIPLE SCLEROSISAND allowing their children to use ..
Sport Get the May Issue today. them, the State Board of Health .
rNM ......M.Pwq RELATED DISEASES says "
AFFLICT ESTIMATED A government study found that
53 persons drowned In motel filll CRESTTURKEYS
500,000 AMERICANS pools across the United States
la 1965 because of p( ) an absence
It inS lara nee.. .
A Public k..k..1 P...blk.da........1..... of adequate protective 5-1I11. n. 11.39.C
it's haying every available policy,. .Jbarrlers' ; ((2) absence of lifeguards -
or qualified adult supervisors -
then picking the one ; ((3)) disregard for

that suits your client best.' ,Watch, rules of good conduct; and ((4))
This Clown not teaching youngsters drown-
ing prevention knowledge and -
skills. 1 ; :_;

CCWith what 11 123 299514I The board's Accident Pre- !.fl.
gins..it's vention Program (P.O. Box 210, 110' WHITT jeJl""

suits your taste best. I pickedGordon's. I. limited Jacksonville number, 32201)of ),pamplets has a Pus. AT 0 ES : !i\ :

I find it smoother available on request tltleoV'How : 29

drier, and a great mixer." I ..-.: ,I Safe Are Motel walk Pools?" It advises : :
"always never run, ..
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1. on the pool deck; don't engage 10 IB. BIG ;'. )...
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3 in horsplay such u ducking
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's-e.r__saw..N mvnry.ACMW or -"ON...nmmwry touting,hi tun Ofuo r.tM w.dw.a pushing, false cries for help;
__.noel it*M Sinar Cuam'I Conftnnn Wuhmgton aCv 1 1 stay in shallow aterlfyou aren't

;a good swimmer; never swim 1
II -. 34 .f alone; avoid trying to show how
strong your are or bow well, ,:{!tp'" n SLT.'" BLBEBIIB OUNCE e
you can swim under water;don't :. ':' .; : ry jTEftSHfn
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51 51 get tired; know tne limits of 1.,, ; ,', :? :, JUICE 4Icav.4 FOft $ I

Sometimes He'. Up,Sometime your swimming abilities; swim -',:!' 'J'r.2... SUGARs
He'. Down, He AddsSubtractsj, before-not after-drinking eating v

He works" It all around. or."taking drugs or medications. '.i HERSHEY'S" : S .

12 211 SS In Florida, nine person WESSON,
I drowned in public pools between '
'COMING ATTRACTIONS: July 1, 1965, and June 1,1966 1 ; : ': ::.!.i-.zcr.. ; C 0
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18 drowned In private fenced, I 28 24 OflljflE
1 II 141 3SMA.N'S pools and 6 in private unfenced ,'; SUGAR OIL l 28
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pools. Of the total of 33, 26 '
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DAYS'HOMIERED were 19 years old or under; 19 ) 4 'i' ,
were 4 or under. There are :.': :.;\./. :" .", '. [II m
approximately 400 public pools :. "; \. ,," / .
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operating under SBH permitin I" :. .;....r .LIMIT't WITB S5." 01

''Man's Days are Numbered." have Florida.a listing The of board does pools not r,; ,. .:: ';,:: ./ /:;,. LIMIT 1 1.Iin. *$5."| HUE fin 'lUll

Health, and Fortune Can Be private \IIIA: ;END PACILOIM' IN;hA': 01 IOU Jill CRIER
Yours When You Know Your :

Lucky, Days.
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I Lucky Send $%Colors.00 for etc.your Russians Shots in Arm Given COFFEE 2OCIEONSwr.; ,I ( '

Horoscope. Guide for TORONTOThe 29CMNTON .

May ". 164 members of the So

Fill In 'the blank below and\ vlet route Red to a Army performance Chorus en at :1IMIT I WITI 15.00 II.Hit ffi8l OIBEI
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mall to Post Office
ZODIAC "Winnipeg got shots In the
Pox 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. arm from Canadian health IIMtEIfBEEFCHICKENTURKEY

Carton'i Om.tmtta'tienaonlngummmt w-r officials. Immigration and
lAM8STREET: i health official In a routine
Iff tit frMMT.m tn&ndiAnHrtomdihtworM. check discovered tb* Rw- ,IIIZ. 2 fOi 7JC!
PATE OF BIRTHMo. slim had left their vtcclni-
\ Day, ton certificates at home.

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.,, /fUE 10 --STAR.. PAPERS. .. SATURDAY APRIL 19. 1967,:

HELP WANTED ..DI.fl.. RENT FIGHTCANCER
BOOM FOR RENT Yoir Social iTAR-SPANGLEO SAVINGS PLAN 1
MaleWORK Nice working People, nice lo 'It.h' A Check Up and A Check' FOR ALL AMERICAN ,
Furnished room for rent cation. Hot and cold water. On
Single lion or Couple. Hot and, AS REPORTER bus line.Call 355-2282 Sorority
Cold Wtter. Call 3562503.
: ******** SISTER BESSIE

WILL TRAIN AS REPORTER, FIIRN INN FOR RtNtFurnished tics TIPS-To Whatever Insure the Prompt beginning Ser- FREE CANDLE WITH EVERY READINGShe
.
Apply, FLORIDA STAR, 2323 ,
JACKSONVILLESHIPYARDS Moncrlef Rd., Jaz., Fla. room, working ladyor of the word "tip" they are now will read your entire life--part,present and AUTO INSURANCE
Hot and cold water. covered by social security.Beginning future. She asks no questions but will tell you
NEW man. in Januar,19U,because what want to know date and facts of
MAIDS FOR TOR* 2828 Woodland St EL-41288. you giving Kit lusty Plu Mil 'Aeailalle
of the 1965 amendments to the .business, love health and family affairs. Will
Immediately Required UP TO $75 WEEK law, people who receive tips help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will
FIRST CLASS MARIN Top Jobs NOW, best homes in must now pay social security marry and when. lithe one you love is true what Monthly contlnous coverage j
N.Y. City New Jersey.Friendly tax on this Income. part of the country luckiest for you and what r Payable monthly-low rates
PipefittersFIRST families., Fare sent, rush references TOOTHACHEDent If you work and receive tips to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, No finance charges
CLASS FREE GIFT s.condsed nil N that add up to a least $20.00a locate absent friends and relatives, and cause 10/20/5 Liability
300 W. 40 St., N.Y.C., Dept that lasts with 05*-151.. Sp*.<>"-rl* a month you must report, in' happiness between man and wife, Make up Free SR-22 Filings
SjieetmetalMechanics .pnUy formula to pup atop It to throbbingtooth.ch.palnsos.t.doo word In- writing the amount of the tips lover's quarrels. Tells,sickness or bad lack is Other Benefits
HELP WANTED Mtors to your employer. This must natural enemines, evil influence and bad luck. Does not tell to From $7.50 per mo.
r.commsnd It for Pijf*' be done within ten days after please you, but will tell the truth.One vlstl will repay you for
'
SALES PEOPLEMen tsuhinsora JeI' the end of the month. The report for disappointments in all others. I not only read your lift like Robert Travis & Associates
FIRST CLASS
and women, to sell adver- must show the amountof an open book,but I also help you out of your TROUBLES, Come
ShipfittersMARINE &1or. Liberal draw llveral tips you may have received and see why you are so unhappy, who everthing seems to go
quick while working for another employer ''wrong. WhY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you Street Collier 'hil.iIC
commission, easy work 121 East Itb
sales. You earn $?15 to $150 if can be helped and everything made clear by consulting. THIS ,
Laggers you're keen. Fringe benefits. HELP WANTED In order to pay the 'tax the GIFTED MEDIUMI Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.'I PRONE 354-7897
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 employer will withold the tax make no ,house calls. Don't.mistake the address MADAM
Burnpre moncrlef Rd., cor., 13th. Female' from any wages that may be BESSIE is located north of Callahan on Hwy.30L1/2 mile from
\ due the worker. If the tax on the. City of CALLAHAN Florida Phone 8792250. .
tips is more than the wages the WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FPONT OF HOUSE
OF PARIS
ISABELLA
Welders TYPIST employee pays the differenceto Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
Thaf ,Mel 'Diave the Amazing the employer If this Is not Open dally 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., including Sundays M / / Ste

Boiermakers: superior tonic tablets, pep MUST DO 60 W.P.M. AC- done the employee pay the dif- TiaS: CLIPPING ENTITLES YOU. TO A S5 READING) for $2
for all the tings you want to do.; CURATELY. GOOD IN EN-i ference directly to the Internal :
Riggers Box of 30, Jl.OO.Satls- :GUSH, SPELLING. Revenue Service. The employer 1 ,
faction will pay the usual tax on the X
guaranteed or Money Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 r
APPIASouthside ,ack. For Men and Women. Moncrlef ftd., Ja*., Fla.B.1MU1SAYJU. wasges he pays but will not ,VETERANSTHE
DivisionBLESSINGS .match the tax on the tips.
FOR If you receive tips in your
PT O "I.Nr II rp AVe MEN AND WOMEN
work, It is Important that you
OF ALL AGES keep a correct record of your JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC
tip income. To help you do this,
BLESSINGS Take New IMPROVED NATURE and give you a easily read set

Roosevelt The man born Franklin with the of gift.Macon Rev., I 'run down TABLETS feeling that for keeps that tired you ,I a of small instructions booklet we that can containsa supply Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking It-

from enjoying life. 100 Tablets
Georgia It Is through God thattI place to keep a record of
$3.00; 200 Tablets $5.00. $1.00 tips and it has a supply of
all evil conditions,
can remove
wish to deposits on C.O.D. EMPIRE forms that can be used to make Applications' For Its
some questions you.may
PRODUCTS & SALES Dept. FS
the reports to your employer.If .
know. '5937 N. Broadway Chicago,QL you will call or drop us a

DO YOU NEED MONEY? 0626. postcard and ask for the Em- Srrr 11gCIA4 ?
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?' tAG ployees Daily Record of Tipswe Veteran Class.
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP RIG SEWING will be glad to supply one.
DRINKING? r We can supply a few of theseto O1L.
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE MACHINE 6 employers who hire people The Size. Of Our ClassesIs Rrr.tr '9Ipoi.
RETURNED? We have two 1967 Dlal0MatlcZig who receive tips. It is not required -
Zags, that have never been that you use these forms
They call me the (Rodman). used. They were lay-aways, f but I think you will find them
But I am only servant of God. never picked up.Customers useful In keeping record and
Win Business Advancement
Because God is the answer to this area. We are unable to locale -' making the report. Limited By Law. "
all life's problems I a m t h e them You can have these' Enjoy Social Popularity When every you need help with
King of all Day Prophets.Send sewing machines for the balance -' You'II fnl confident that your hair It social security get your help
for special selected Bible of J47., eacfi. Cash or well Groomed all diy and vcnlni when from the people who know and
my
verses. To be readonSPECIAL terms. Phone 353-1946. Any you DRESSING UK MURRAY POMADE Suplor keep HAIR heir work with this law. Our office Enroll Now To Be Sure Of"
DAYS time, will deliver no obligation.LEO'S firmly ireuy fan In place without. no that Ikillei tlkky, Of, in Jacksonville is at 400 W,
Send a self-addressed,stamped other harsh IrrlUnu. Ashley St. and is'open on
envelope and $2.00 for Bible Look for lh man and weekdays from 8:30: a.m. to
can with the Place.
verses and spiritual Message.You lady on t lop, -iLAces 4:30: p.m., and open Saturday
will receive Bible verses size lot morning from 9:00: a.m to n.iilon r "OII t vntY / ''u r ar n r
"by return mall. Slot Rep.riaf TRIAL SIZI SS< noon.
NuR-A1'L
Send TO: tA.la lM ssl.u drug, store.. mc1t1'' CALL 355-9874.
otdrss
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin mans and barCarshops -
630 Morrow Avenue Of Ai| Kills If your dealer doss not hi.
Murray Pomade h. cm let II quickly
Macon, Georgia 31201I [or you or tend only (I and w. will 1EADY RESERVE'
fn.ll you 1 ilutt tin blur Ponudepotuii '
Our Oily Bisinss pahLMUIUV I
specialize: in all case work. 'S suptalle l netUCTI COMPACT A RMY RESER VET Jacksonville Cblisevn
\ Phone area code: 91E-74.564i5 934 E. Uiin St. IN Clurititp Aw, Irtrttt, Kiel.4UHAut. MORE LOCALWINNERS

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"I BELIEVE"
FLO-CANE OR
VACCUM PACKCOFFEE ,
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DIXIE CRYSTALS "1.IS'flS""fAiIEST I I
WINS' $50000

M4 Th Mr. Jimmy Dukes of Augusta

SUGARS Georgia got his $500.00
OF
winning Tigerino ticket at
THEM ALL" t Thomas Enco Servicenfer.


BAG 49 1. L.A..w6 $129 I

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LI. CAN WINS $5000

(LIMIT. N04EIOp1Ej 1 '.00
OR ) Mrs Jacqueline Harvin of no +v

Jacksonville, Florida won

w fit"HOWLIN' $50.00 picking up her win'w' r
I ning ticket at Jack Goolsby
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FRESH JUICYORANGES ASSORTE'FLAVORS WOLF Enco Servicenter.


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cash at her Enco Serves

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1 I FREDDIE SCOTT L.n\\Jilt ,
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FLAVORS JAKE IAAAERDUTCH "Clllar" lines

HAWAIIAN PUNCH APPLE and RECENT WINNERS!
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1 $50X10 $50.00

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