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I 'NEGRO CITIZEN CHARGES POLICEMAN




SHOT HIM WITHOUT ANY PROVOCATION .



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Mayor Urged E-X-C-UU-S.I.V-E 4 &

Peirson Death Auto Wreck Scene ,

To Order End .

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To Brutality ,
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By Jax Police

SCHOOL CEILING
Although the vole of Rutledge f
Pearson has been stilled by the
Great Quieter, the echo of his

charges of "police brutality" '
by members of Jacksonville "
force has bounced back to haunt
city hall and the office of the :
CAVE IN
chief of police. INJURES

It was reported to the ,
FLORIDA STAR that Edwin Lu-
verne Gunther, 25, of 1435 East
24th Street was shot by a white


patrolman while the accused ',.", ji r 4 JAX STUDENTS


,
d' '
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J'\' : \"f/: 71V, Matthew Gilbert Core-le Proves

Foul Rumors
'. Play I

J?.: : j,,.''',, ',i Need For New Eastside SchoolThe


',>", Dispelled By Pix
; : :, proof that the 41-year-old board had done as it promised, I
/ ';\ : Matthew W. Glblert Junior- and done what was needed,muchBENNEftfA'C'K'
.. :' ** Senior High School Is a bid*

'.. _, i j Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist ChurchTo state of disrepair came last
Tuesday' when a class-room
ceiling fell In,. injuring four .
Be Scene 01 Rites For PearsonFuneral students one of them seriously.

And it took .such a calamity
V u
EDWIN L.I GUNTHER t i services will bee held Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.,
.shows where he was Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church, Eaverson and Beaver'
treated for bullet wound. Streets, for Futledge H. Pearson State and local president ofthe
National Association for the Advancement of Colored,
speeding violator was sittingIn People.
a city police patrol car. ., killed pated in the demonstration
:, l Pearson was neat r
Gunther said be was stopped
which resulted In bloddy riot-
Tenn. early lasafonday t
by the..patrolman who charged ''"--r..." .. ''', ,. "' ,' ..' '" "Vaynesbors .ing.whea.vbitesattacked Nh
that he bad been'speeding,"last i" t,. '.r'; whenblsautoraoblleappaxently i
Friday night April 29, where ."..,.' .""c ".r,i.':!.,,. "' ;:' went out of contro 1 handles.I.gro demonstrators. with ax /
II '. \ 2' VICAR$
; rain-slick highway ani
upon After frisking him, the i ; ., ,t.. :: ,, I i crashed on.a. into bridge abutment .' His activities' with the NAACP; of this couldn't happen she'
officer placed him in a patrolcar. .: ; J was the source of dlscofortI ,
!
His attributed t
death
was < said. "This is evidence that thepeople
.
to school,officials and, apparently
f head However wheiRUTLEDGE
injuries. .n in the educational field
The bullet victim said the to "spank" him he wai
patrolman asked him what he are right In stating that a new}
relieved of his extra job coach-
about the DEATH SCENETwo'exculslve photos show the death scene 'and the demolished car In school needed."
had to say speeding ing the Stanton baseball team,
charge, and according to Gun- which Rutledge H. Pearson, Jacksonville civil rights leader met his tragic end. An arrow Instead of curbing his activities She said some of the parents,
ther, he told the officer It was points to the spot where Pearson's car was found after It struck a concrete rail and the extra time him mon feel the entire building needs;
"okay" with him if that was the careened Into a ditch. The picture below shows the wreckage after the death car was hauled time to devote the gave civil rights PATRICIA! ASKEWto condeminlng and provisions be;
officer's charge. away. made for the children to attend;
Gunter said the patrolman accused (Editor's Note: The Pearson accident pictures were photgraphed by Term, Highway Pa- fighting.Pearson admitted that his ambition get School Supt. Ish Brant some other school for the remaining -;
him of "getting staart"! trolman William E. Pettus who granted the FLORIDA STAR permission to publish them, 1- was to be a baseball to order the school closed for five weeks of the school:
and pulled his service revolver to ofset any doubts of foul play in connection with Pearson's death.) player; but he said, due to the rest of the week to repair year."
ami fired Gunther said It was f discrimination he was not accepted the second floor of the building There isdoubt the school board:
along with 10 other rooms where can have the II classroom cell-'
minutes before he realized t
several after a tryout bid, How *
broken plaster will be replaced Ing replaced with acoustical tile
that he was shot When he NCNW To Train
ever he played for one season
,
with acoustical ceilings. ceilings by next when:
Monday
discover that he was bleeding Cfyff lights Baudu' with the Harlem Globetrotters ,
The accident occurred about the school is scheduled to
re-:
he told the officer "You shot
Women Volunteers basketball team, and then returned ,
me." .e'i to Jacksonville due to 10.2. in'the morning while students open.

The victim was taken to Duval BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALINTEGRATED WASHINGTON -(NPI)- 'The the illness of his mother. were changing classes. Raps Suspects'Lawyers
Had the fallen a few
ceiling
Medical Center where he was National Council of Negro Women Several efforts were made by
minutes earlier about 30 students -
treated and released.In has embarked on a program certain school board members
view of the circumstances KANSAS CITY, Mo.-(NP1)-A local employer has agreed to to recruit and train women 'i ... to oust Pearson from the may have suffered in- See
la this case coupled with provide integrated restroom facilities for its white and Negro volunteers school but the suggestion never juries.
PEARSON'the
of as a result of a compliant filed with the Missouri in Ford H. The Injured students are;
charges police brutality recently employees, Some $300,000 secured the necessary votes .
the FLORIDA STAR Is Commission on Human Rights. After a former Negroemployee Foundation funds will be used, news ofhls d9ath was flashed for his ouster Jury MinuteswASHINGTONNPs
urging that Mayor Louis H. filed a complaint, the commission investigated the firm and over a two-year period, to enlist 'across the nation there was Mayor Louis H. Ritter paid
Ritter as commissioner of public found that women Negro and white employees were requiredto and train 6,000 women volunteers widespread speculation that his Pearson a tribute when, upon )- Attorneys
Safety and overseer of the use separate facilities and that the area assigned to Negro and to establish a van- .death might have been the result hearing of his tragic death. for two men accusedof
Police Department take some employees was substantially inferior. The two areas were guard of 90 Negro women of foul play. Jacksonville Mayor Louis H. raping a 16-year-old white,
action to curb the shooting of physically separated by a prtltlon which the employer has equipped to prepare other women Tnnessee Highway Patrolman Ritter said,"News of Mr.Pear' girl have been given permission
citizens by policemen without agreed to remove. for community service. William Pettus, In a n interview son's tragic death was a great AI. to examine secret minutes of
any obvious provocation. Training will take place in with the FLORIDA STAR, shock. He was an outstanding j a grand jury that Indicted the.
MIXED 30 clUes. Volunteers will be said he found Pearson's car leader. His dedication and devotion 118A. men for rape six years ago
hEW YORK-(NPI>-As the nation watched to see whether given the know-how to workon on the side of the road with to the interest of mem- A .'i Montgomery (md.)County Circuit
Plague tie U.s. Supreme Court would strike down laws prohibiting a variety of community action the doors locked. He said Pearson bers of his race will be a great .. Court Judge Walter H.
Misfortunes in'racial marriages In 16 states, the Seattle Urban league programs in child welfare, had apparently hit his head loss to all citizens of Jacksonville Moorman said he allowed,attorneys -
rele&sed t'! results of ayear-long study of 128 mixed marriages public health, consumer fraud, against the door post as his body' and the State of 'for John and James
Congressman. Diggs In tie Seattle area. The couples were found to be meeting few crime and delinquency: illegitimacy was thrown toward the glove Florida' Giles, to see the minutes in
,. proUems based solely on interracial marriage. "Their birth control, housingand compartment. He was of the Heals survived by his widow, order to remove the "aura of
children," the survey found, "carry no special heavy. burdens stregthenlng family life. opinion that the driver was Mrs Mary Ann Pearson; two ,''' ; suspicion, speculation,and conjecture -
DETROIT -- Detroit from different races" at high rate of .-' with which this case
because of their parents are The organization is also plan traveling a sons, Rutledge H;Pearson Jr.,
Congressman Charles C. Diggs ning to train women to workas speed when the car went out and Roderick L. Pearson; a GENEVA GRAY has been saturated."
has been plagued by a seriesof COURT SUITLITTLE volunteers In delinquency of Control and hit the abut- daughter Patricia Ann Pearson The Giles brother, of Spencerville -
misfortunes within recent ROCK-NPI-An Arkansas Negro couple has asked prevention with girls who seem ment. He added that Pearson's ; three brothers, Lloyd H. Patricia Ann Askew, daughterof MuL, have been serving -
weeks. the U.s. Supreme Court to dismiss charges of contributing to the to be beading toward serious seat belt bad not been occupied; Pearson Jr., Frank B. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Zack Askew,. life sentences for rape
First, his son was arrestedon delinquency of minors-charges: that grew out of a peaceful trouble. and said that if he bad been and Samuel O. Pearson; of 3214 Franklin St.; Geneva since 1962, when they were
a marijuana charge. The Interracial: swlal gathering. Lawyers for Mr. and Mrs. John The UJS.Department of Health, wearing it his life might have and thre sisters, Mrs. MaryL. Cray, daughter of Mr and Mrs sentenced to death.
Congressman was beaten and KerrDot, ;es clarged: that police entered a peaceful Interracial Education, and Welfare has been saved.Explaining. Crumley, Miss Deloresz. Robert Plnkney, of Ft. George, Former GOT.J.Millard Tawes
robbed In Miami. And to top pasty la t res: housing project because they saw whites and granted NCNW $154,193 to help why he did not havea Pearson and Mrs. Ruth A.. and Beverly Ann Jenkins, commuted the sentences to life
If off, his father feU to his l.e4'1( e. e'ter trd arrested all participants.Minors were charged the project picture of the body in the Smith, all of Jacksonville. daughter of Mrs Ethel Jenkins, imprisonment, and last Feb
death. ':t.'l'> :(ssession of alcohol,although the evidence was mere- wrecked car, Officer Pettus Funeral services are under of 1320 Bridler St., and Bennie ruary, the U.s.Supreme Court'
Rep. Diggs' son Charles C. ly tit ie minor "smelted" of alcohol said when be arrived at the the direction of Holmes and Mack. Vicars, son' of Mr. and sent the case back to the Maryland
Diggs, m, was recently arrested Dedicate Blood Unit scene his first impulse was West Funeral Home, N. Edge- Mrs.: Zack Vicars, 1422 E; 21st Court of Appeals.The .
wit b a college com- INFLUX to try to get the victim out of wood Ave., where the body will St.Each appeals court ordered the
panion In Massachusetts and .WASh1NG:'ON-NPI-Tbe Metropolitan Police department To Negro Doctor the car in the hope that he be on view Friday night. of the youngsters stated case 'reopened on the circuit
charged with possession of has been told by D.C. Commissioner Walter N.Tobriner not to NEW YORK-.(l."PI)- A blood might still be alive. The officer Pearson will be succeeded as that the cave-in came with out court level.
marijuana. recruit policemen from the Deep South, even though the department center Inl&e new Harlem"Hos-; later made photographs of the state NAACP president by warning. All of the girls are
Later, the Democratic Congressman has many vacancies. Tobriner was believed to fear pIta bas been dedicated in death car. Rev. J.E. Atkins, pastor of reported suffering from head- FBI Probes Bonding
was robbed and that an influx of Southern-bred policemen many of them white memory of Dr. CharlesR. The 37-year-old Pearson had lion Hill Baptist Church In aches, but the boy who was
beaten outside a Miami bar could aggravate racial tensions in the predominantly Negro .'Drew, whose research made left Atlanta Sunday for Memphis Winger Haven. The Rev. Mr. knocked unconclous is reported Of Judge's Kifl Hone
while on his way to visit Adam city. His statement was anwered by Rep. Basil L. Wbatener possible the development of for a meeting with members of Atkins recently was reelectedto undergoing considerable .
Clayton Powell in BlmlnL (D.NC.), who said Tobriner was catering to the"professional blood banks. the Laundry, Dry Cleaners and his second two-year term School MONTGOMERY, Ala.--
said a strongarm rob- the Union who principal Charles J. The Federal Bureau of Investigation
Diggs haters of South. Dr. Drew devised a methodof Dyehouse Workers is first rice preside
ber took $ISO In cash, a gold separating plasma from red are out on strike. James said that it wasn't" the is locking into an explosion
watch, and diamond ring from ORDERED cells just before World War Pearson who became recognized Liberia Official'sKin first time such an accidenthas at the home of the
him. RICHMOND, Vas- A fewdayslaterDlggs, Columbia, S.C., has been ordered to admit Negro saved thousands of soldiers' leader joined the union as an School ordered the state's schools de-
Charles C. DirPL Sr., fell to patrons. The Fourth U.s. Circuit Court of Appeals overruled lives during the war, came organizer last year after resigning CHICAGO (NPI)- Othella "Within the last three yearswe segregated.The .
his death osplta! win- a decision by the U.s. District Court that. Negroes Into being. from the Duval School DeSheild, 28, nephew of Llber. have had four ceilings fall; home of Mrs. Frank M.
dow In Detroit. need nto be served at Pip Park Enterprises, Inc. Ironically, many of those banks System where he had been employed la's postmaster general, was three within the last year-and Johnson, Sr., an elderly widow,
Police investigators labeled did not accept Negroes' blodd for 14 years., stabbed to death in the apartment t-half." he said. was hit by a bomb that knocked.
the death an "apparent, at first, although it was later Pearson began making fie of a friend. "Mrs. W. E. Young, school out several windows and rocked,
suicide," but a spokesman for ACCUSATION accepted on a segregated basis. headlines after he was elected Arrested in the stabbing was Parent-Teacher Association nearby homes.
the Diggs family maintainedthat JACKSONVILLE. FLAv- tile elder Diggs bad been the NAACP of continuing to treat Negroes brutally. Callingfor directed the "Blood for NAACP branch in I960. In that, by police as a former suitorof the accident squarely on the the bomb attack, and GOT.Lurleaa .\
"Immobilised by a multiple an investigation, local NAACP President Rutledge Pearson Britain" project He died In a year he directed the picketing Mrs Helen Nuby Simon, school board. B Wallace: offered i !
stroke he suffered. said police brutality was of long standing this city. car accident In 1950. of lunch counter and partlcii 26. "We feel that If the( school $9,400: reward for the bombers,0.11 ,.: I

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2 STAI PAPERS'; SATURDAY MAY I, lit

THE FLORIDA STAR'

I

NEWS .." riD


Published by the! Fit/Ida Star Publishing Company IBTNAM AND CIVIL RIGHTS

-4o-
MEMBER kpcE The fighting In Vietnam has resulted In a war of words here

at hone between the "hawks", who favor stronger military.
R action, and the "doves", who favor a negotiated settlementof

NEGRO PR the war, the soon the better.
TIONAL; OF Caueht between these croups Is the struggle for civil
rights for all Americans. Both the hawks and'

D HESS TNEYAREREGp the doves for different reasons, say we
ERIC 0. SIMPSON Mailii Editor ArrTEAUSrY can't fight a war In Vietnam and carry on a
war against poverty here at home 'Iendlrig i

mH w00TEN..Circlhliii", iUIII.r Both sides ate wrong In this matter. Many
hawks seem to feel that the war must get

Y top priority and that domestic Issues like
poverty will have to wait, since we cars afford thecpf
2323 HflBcrief' Road, Pleat Elfin 4-6712 labelled
PE ,of pofo wau.1Iut we can. The federal programs
'MaU1. I" R P "war on'proverty" are costing less, than the farm subsidy
Address program, me proposed supersonic airplane, or the space
program. For every dollar spent to help someone out of povertywe .

P.O. Boi 599 licksoiillle, Florida 32201 i Mu6&1N i_ spend almost $4 to put a man on' the moon.
So we can afford both wars U we spend more wisely on those
MIAMI OFFICE programs which will pay off by getting people Jobs and*
L i1/JL helping them become tax producers Instead of tax consumers,
,- instead of spending on programs which shouls have lower
5018, NW 7th Ave Pkooe 751-3079 priority becaue they are less Import

Besides, we have the resources to raise more money for
SUBSCRIPTION RATES necessary program. Nobody likes to have his taxes raised,
One Year $6.00 Half Year $4.00 but sometimes it is essential for the good of alL Americanare

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United states taxed less !than any other industrial country.The .
Subscription payable In advance doves would probably. agree with this, but many of them
\ could get the money now spent .
Send Check or Money order to say that the war on poverty
:
\ on the Vietnam estimated at $24 billion this year. This is,
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 that this would
unrealistic. There is no guarantee money ,
< Jacksonville 1. Florida go to the war on poverty, in fact, Judging from recent ex-,

perlence it is highly unlikely.
Governor Kirk Budget Ending the war in Vietnam won't mean that the money won'tbe
Mesmerizes spent on other foreign needs. Billions will have to go to.

Instead of asking for an increase in Vietnam to repair the damage done to that war-torn countryand
billions more will have to go toward bolstering the poor
Florida's budget, Governor Kirk requests nations of Asia, Africa, and Latin-America to help end conditions -
$101-Million cut in the new proposed A NATIONAL DISGRACE! which make them vulnerable to social upheavals. Like

1966-69 budget. Thus, he has, it would It or not, America Is the prime power in the world today

seem, mesmerized Floridian minds under and It mus bear the costs which go with the responsibilitiesof
_
-- -r -- -- -- ._ -- .
the disguise of 'financial savings to - -- arri Its position It Is highly unrealistic to expect this situation
1 to change in the near future or to expect national priorities to
the citizens, as well as no increase in
i 1 shift overnight
present available sources of taxation. YOUR Weekly i 1 But why do both sides put so much stress on money? This

The mesmeric claim that the drastic reduction 1 nation can do much to advance the civil rights of its citizens

in ,certain aspects of the I I 1 without spending one cent.
Look at the current civil rights proposals to end discrimi
proposed budget is imperative. Does it 1
i nation in housing. An open occupancy policy would give Negroes -
have the effect of giving the feeling Horoscope GuideBy 1 the right to lie wherever their Incomes and desires

that it will place 'Florida first? t ethe, and it would be a giant step toward ending the
No kind theory of this nature has not 1 current practice of forcing Negro citizens Into overcrowded

fooled all the people. Thousands know .: *,*.* : 1 overpriced ghettos. This is not a spending proposal, it.Is a

full well that what Governor Kirk pro- .I *.* PABLO The ASTROLOGER j 1 1 human rights proposal. This does not cost money.
The same holds true for proposals to end the Intimidation
poses is not possible under his economy. .I *. 1 of Negro 'citizens attempting to exercise their rights and

His recent speech proposed: .I II 1 citizens, or tne proposal to end discrimination in choosing

1. Allocate $1.5-Million for a new Department 'I I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 Juries. The federa 1 government could drastically Improve
of Criminal Justice. 1 : 1 opportunities avalalable to Negro citizens simply by stringent

2. Hold the line on new state employees .: 1 endorsement of existing civil rights laws
i None of this costs money, so the statement that the costsof
"until we are sure they are essen- I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL the war automatically stop further civil rights progress

t1 al." 1 is false Both the doves and the hawks sho spend so much time

3. Provide $R5 7. _million___ for_ teach- 1 1! and energy talking about costs and money should spend
Tn. nn n nn ,: ---- -- .srrrrrrrrrrr their time fighting for these important civil rights steps
pay raise rrrrrrrrrrr.r .... ,
which are getting lost in their debate.
4. Increased tuition at the state uni- ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN Whatever our personal feelings about the war in Vietnam

versities. .. may be, we hare to recognize reality. It does no good to say.
? .wi 'of k-
5. Increased student-faculty ratio in 'BORN MARCH '-''' BORN JUNE{ 4.BORN $[PT.23.0C.J. i BORN DEC. to. the nation: "Civil rights or international securitycbgose' -
< I \indicates'
junior colleges. -' .Reality: -what the nation's choice would
.
23rdIt be. That is why civil rights should be kept separate and
llth.. .
APRIL
19th
6. Shelved plans for 600 new kinder- 22od-JllY( 22 22nd-JAN.: 19thThe apart from questions like Vietnam.

garten units. Ifs confirmed. What was all earlier the better. Those
comes back. There ,
Shun undoubtedly
7. Cut $6-million from textbook programin written for the first quarter the limelight. If one are Librans who are at liberty to choose
makes too much of show of his many THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
grade schools. applies doubly to this one. advances who have dedicated themselves the time and locales for trips
8. Cut 66.4-million from education Health and remunerative em- status or privileges, to the furtherance and vacations may arrive at
of
ployment are indicated as one's he or she runs the risk of tartan humani the rightful conclusion that now While preparing to write this weeks column I was Interruptedby
budgets. most Important possessions, inviting the attention of unwel projects or principles. is the moment to a telephone call from a friend Inquiring If I had heard the
More and educational facts come rivalry or publicity. This While this may not be the road get going. sad of the death of
more
and nothing should be under- Not only will be ahead of news my good friend and comrade in the
to you
the
are becoming known in Florida. The taken when there is a risk of can only work to one's disadvantage acqulstion of material the usual crowds, but there struggle for human dignity, Rutledge Pearson. I.was shocked
them since this may bring 'possessions, it may lead to far to the point of disbief., I could not imagine that
state has not ever been first and yet losing as a consequence.The in may also be better chancesto
more the
to light past events that spiritual sense fate would be' cruel to
dangers inherent In loose one so deprive us at this
Mr. Kirk calls for Florida being first financial management are again might sooner forget, let alone and with it, much greater happiness reservations secure the which facilities and time of our greatest need this young and virile

in education. And the Governor must brought to light for study and telling the whole world about Some who are still' ferred. There always are are pre individuals leader. But alas it Is so and my shock turns rsll i
keep in mind that Floridians want good 'avoidance. Many have reached them. Real and false friends struggling for personal recognition who see only the worst to the deepest sadness. How can one with a few

education and are willing to pay for a point in life when it is necessary could separate themselves by well in this world side cf everything, including puny words even begin to assess the value of any' I
may consider
revealing their the
true
to think seriously about colors life. To attempt to do it for a life given BOeageny
love travel most .. ,
or anthing
it even if it requires form of around possible ,
a new this futility
time. of
future that continuing ana to
the and the steps else that can be named. Should unsungingiy me service of his fellows is an
tax. should be taken to remain free 3.60.88.17.92LEO to do so. Once you have become you be contacted by such impossible task. But I think again and 1 am sure that'there Is*'
Florida must not be lulled into thinkingit of want or pressing obligations. convinced that this is nothing that need to be said. He has with his life and death
can become first on a hold-the-line If nothing has been done to date'In true, you may be on the vergeof 79066169110U1RIUS said It all. We knew him and we loved him, and be is gone and
of finance. this direction appears to be( Joining ranks with those .we are better for having known him. For life is lived in deeds
policy
Talk will
get us time to make a start" who are dedicated to some noble .. ..... not in years, in thoughts, not breaths;in feelings, not in figureson
nowhere in raising standards of education service -- --
our BORN JULY or crusade. a dial

3.50.55.18.118 9.30.85.19.78 BORN JAN. Rutledge Pearson was a man of deep feeling,profound thought,
23rd AUG. and a compulsion to act In the causes his conscience dictated.
TAURUS 22nd
SCORPIO The voice is silent but the
now message pounds In my ears
PfrfsSi Gives Dowries I. La. 20th-FEB( 13th like the sounds of trumpets.I .
BORN It matters not how. As long
APRIL as one is not slipping backward BORN OCT. It gnaws. The desire to get suggest a foundation to continue his work of closing the
something concluded at home gap between Negro and white persons. He truly believed In
Dowries for newlyweds may be out of 20th-MAY 20th. it really does not matter or in your economic 'arrangements human dignity.
fashion most whether you are making any 24th -NOY. 22ndyou For all Man Kind.
everywhere but in Port both and
possesses you
What now? Anyone who Ispur.uing headway or not. Steady returns
Allen, Louisiana, located just the one who share your interest
across a heart interest will may even be better than excep-
' from Baton Rouge, the practice Is still find the chase thrilling and, tional ones coming along one day position can or believe.experience Anyone provides whose in opportunities such matters.are It seems there that but THIS WEEK IN NEGROMay
perhaps, even fruitful. If the and vanishing another. Leos ,
in
vogue. And what is ample for
more couples backing statementsor
there could be difficulties in
quarry is one of the Muses, may be In for some momentsof I, 1885 Mrs. Maudelle B. Bousefield, first Negro
expect to receive them. you will be on the trial of one uncertainty regarding the careful prognostication may deservea the shape of red tape or official elementary and high school principal Chicago, was born
the parish police jury, the governing .of the most Interesting episodes permanency of a home addressin belief hearing and possibly restrictions negating them to in St Louis. ,
body of the town has just approved that this world has to offer. particular and life In generalNo ,to even the when this goes contrary some extent, if not permit anything -

routinely the distribution of its annual But If it Is a person who is matter what one is Inclinedto cause grain.to accept There the Is sufficient fact- to spoil pleasures or to May I, 1946 Mrs Emma Clarissa Clement of Louisville,
do or think the cause a departure from well- Ky., was the first Negro to be named "Mother "
dowries to couples who were married in exerting a powerful attrac- say, way that Scorplonlc persons are of the Year. ,
planned long-range objectives.
tion and things turn out defy all
find may
you yourself already
1966 in' Port Allen. wed, this may be asking predictions. The wise Leo will and easily that aroused this often, emotionally, Family gathering are favored May. 2, 1889 Nannie Rice Burroughs, founder of the National
How m u chis the Dowry? It is ''the for more trouble than can be keep the bank account well replenished incapable of renders at them since the right tone may be Training School for Women and Girls, Washington D.C., was
arriving
sound
handsome sum of $85 each will receive. handled Consider status and and allow circumstances conclusions. There is set by the persons participating born on Virginia.
one day
and
the unusual circumstances
Some couples plan to bills others prestige before they are in any to rule everytlng else. when words of advice
.pay ; offeredby
then prevailing. Do not miss
May Macon B. Allen
3,1845 first lathe
way threatenedbyuncoventfonal Negro to practice law
will 1-90-33-18-84 allies and friends
buy clothes or appliances with the could be conclude
behavior or hasty decisions. worth any opening to a pro- United States, was admitted to the Massachusetts bar.
their
weight In gold
money. Parties that are arranged will fitable piece of business,

Perhaps more important than the dowry ally playing the dominant role 'VIRGO 2.20.77.16.35SAGITTARIUS. whether It is finding a new Job May 3, 1920( Birth of Ray "Sugar" Robinson, the "best fighter

itself ,is the history behind the custom in getting the members of the or better living! quarters. pound for pound", In Detroit, Mich.

which began 143 years ago when Juliende family !together.. BOU.AUG.. 480331348PISCES
May 4 1921 Oldest
Negro lawyer In Washington, D.C., slave-
Ialande Poydras set aside $30,000 in 3 70.99.15.398 23rdSEPT. 22nd BORN NOV.J3rdDEC. born John A. Moss, died at age 92.
his will for dowries to couples who are .

resident of the parish; According to a GEMINI Start early. Those who may 21st May 5, 1865 The Rev Adam Clayton Powell Sr., father of
be horborlng notions of sail- BORN FEB. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D.-N.Y.) and
legend, Poydra? did this because his don't stop short.; It may' be pastor of Abyssinian
BORN MAY ing, driving or flying off to Baptist Church, born In Franklin (Va.) County.
beloved could not marry him for lack of distant places may discover Just when on the eve of a 19th.MAR. 20th

a dowry. that it is not bit too grand success that the temptation May 5 1941
one earlyto Emperor Haile Selassie, exiled for five years
The police jury should be commended for 2ht- JUNE 21st secure accommodations and arises to falter and stop Who says so? Before one can and 3 days in London after being forced out by. the Italians

investing the original sum, and thus Accept yon. lot. The path to ,reserve hotel rooms.Favorable! trying. Should this happen, seriously accept any claims or returned to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
to which preceding events have days for such purposes nay'be charge it up to a physical breakdown statements, it generally is desirable
manage the dowries
pay out of the
interest 'pointed. seems to be the right the 10th, llth, 15th. Arrangements a built-ln-psychologlcal to consider the source. May 6, 1790 The "Almanacs" of Benjamin Banneker 0.731-
to newly married couples. barrier, slycompetlUve moves Should
one. There may be some inclination for study courses may, there be any question 1806), mathematical and mechanical genius and one' of a
Once there were many stipulations in to take the contrary also be undertaken and brought or the treachery of an ally as to their origin or reliability, three-man team who planned and surveyed the site for the

awarding dowries, but presently the only ;.view, but this would be the to successful conclusions.Many Should Inkling as you to have what the to look slightest for take the additional steps of city of Washington, D.C., were published. Banneker, an astronomer -
requirement now is that source of additional worries who may be more Interested In seeking confirmation In places and inventor of the first
a couple shall you could still walk off with striking clock was a
which can now well be religious and higher-mind sub that are'above suspicion. The noteworthy American
very scientific
have been pioneer. His Almanacs
married were
the
previous in the prize. And then it is
.
year -
possible favorable
environment
'done that is
without. The day of surprises jects may also be quite active widely used throughout the United States in the 17971.r .
the to be conditioned .
parish.
that calls for quick re- ,,in pursuing further the search so by conducive to harmonious public; <<
It must be exciting to live in this actions the llth. Should one's for truth enlightenment..But past events as to expect con. domestic, and neighborhood relations May 6, 1931 Birth of Willie Mays San Francisco Giants'
town. :response fall to be positive, mining connected with the trary results, from what may may be said to be at its contender for the home run honors held Babe Ruth possible
: truly seem to be a pattern' best by ,
hold on the llth. This
nothing or no one other above-mentioned categories may provide in Wesffleld, Ala.
than self responsible for any. should be ventured during the which cannot be. charged This the key that eDldoors to ;
Buy feelings frustration that could two days when confusion may be also is a day when thinking opportunities of many.sorts,Including -
about others may help to lift those that
ensues at its height are matrimonial -
U.S. Bonds .morale somewhat .. FIGHT CANCER
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New Stiaton Edvird Waters WOlle Tea I Time Campus Coed Handyman Service .

l'r"a; ... -__ I INapoleon
Siring Orchestra To Prescit Progrn Offerred Housewives Wedding Bells

District 11 of Day Spring Baptist -
Attend Slate Contest Church will sponsor Its By GJEO Center

For Mother's Diy annual Pineapple Sip May 14th, McKnlght; m, 1117 E. Robert Lee Campbell, 15281/2
The New Stanton Senior High at 4 p.m., In the dining area of The establishment of a 1st St., 17 and Zella Ree Cummings Mt Hermon, 19 and Frances C.
School String Orchestra attended the church. "handyman employment" ser 6m Flicker Ave., 16. Dixon 1523 Mt Herman St., rt.
tile Florida Under the of Miss ,
Orchestra Association's leadership The participants are: Walter ,ice at the Eastside Neighbor
State contest which Eleanor Toombs, local graduate Spralllng Rev. J.C. Barney, hood Center of Greater Jacksonville George G. Hamilton, Danville, Samuel Dona1l Porter,Norfolk,
was held In Daytona Beach at of E.W.C., the female students Mrs. Bertha Lowe, Mrs Car- Economic Opportunity, icy, 23 and Arlenea Curio, St. Ya, 20 and Sara Eon Hugo,
tile Plata Hotel.It and female faculty rie Mallard Mrs. Blondell Inc, was announced this week Petersburg 22. 1162 E. 24th St., 18.
was the first appearance of members will present a Matthews, Miss Agnes Robin- by Al Wise, coordinator for Namon EltonRodgers.1018 Tyler -
the orchestra In the event, and Mother's Day program,Sunday, son, Miss Rosa Lee,Prldgen, ytt the elderly. Frank Smith, 510 State St St, 21 and Annette Elnora
received good ratings in con- May 14, I p.m. at St. Paul's C. Cummings and Rev. C.A. Wise said people who want odd Lane, W; 34 and Lucite Jones, McClendon, 1320 Van BurenSt.,
cert and sight reading for AME Church, 2225 N. Myrtle Weaver. jobs done around their home 1018 W. Monroe St., 44. 19.
Class "A" ,Orchestras.. Avenue, Rev. AC. Chandler; Mrs. Clotee Prldgen, mem- or other places may call the
Sixty-two students: seven Sr., pastor. ber of the AME Church of the Eastside Center, located a 961 Burnace L. Shaw,S742 Castel- C.J. Stokes, Jr., 1078 W.12thSt.
chaperons and the director Misses Marie Oliver and Alberta Masters, and a teacher In the E. Duval St, for the cervices lano Ave. 19 and Pamela D.Shu- ., 22 and Patricia Estelle
made the trip,which was spear Floyd E.W.C. students public school system, will be of senior citizens who need man, 5925 Moncrlef Rd. 17. Alexander, 830 W. 18th St., 20.
headed and sponsored by the from At. Augustine, Florida, the speaker. extra money and are capable
Orchestra Parents Club at New were chosen as chairman and of doing the Jobs desired. Benjamin Fountain, Jr., 233 Rejected Stui ClirchtifistiriBi
Stanton, James Weldon Johnson co-chairman: of this fifty member assesses The men range In age from Oak St, 28 and Velma J. Sas-
It.V. Daniels and Bethune- committee. Miss Eleanor 62 to 70 but are In good health berry, 413 Oat St, 22. Scuts
Elementary Schools Toombs, having served as the The Matrons Council of DaySpring and there are 10 workers
The club officers are: Mrs. first chairman was unanimously Baptist Church will a available who come from the Hubert Wilso, Deland, Fla., 21 Announcement has been madeto
Dorothy Bacon, president,Mrs. named as the sponsor a Pretty Hat Tea May Eastside "poverty pocket." and Annie Mae Drift, Deland, the effect that the Rejected
Rhea Hart, vice president;Mrs. mistress of ceremonies.Honorary 21 from 4 to 6 p.m., at the One Is a muter painter and Fla., Z1.Richard. Stone Church of Success Inc.
Jennings Best, recording secretary members named by the church. Mrs. M.L. Brown will .paper hanger. Another Is an is holding registration for boys
; Mrs. Tommy Mays, planning committee are Mesdames give a background of the originof experienced carpenter. The L, Rlgglns, 714 West and girls to Join the Scouts of
assistant; Mrs. Russell Brad- E.C. Hatcher and hats and teas. other are able to to do yardI Monroe St, 18 and Julia Mae America.
well, financial secretary, Mrs. William B. Stewart. The lady wearing the most I work and other odd Jobs around Johnson, 1042 Madison St., 15. Registration Is also being held
Gladys Vaught, treasurer; The main feature will be a .beautiful hat will awarded a the home. for youngsters of all ages to
Tommy Mays, business manager panel of four representative prize. Mrs. D. W. Green Is r The GJEO office serves only Johnny Martin, 5242 Dodge Join the the drill and marchingteam.
and Alfred Denefleld,chap leaders from Alpha Kappa Alpha program chairman, and Mrs. MISS FRESHMAN Petite and lovely Sandra YVonne Pons, as a referral center and does Rl, 24 andSandraM.WI1la1ms, .
lain. Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Alice Johnson, president. "Miss Freshman" at Florida A&M University, sits here enJoying not set pay scales. Rate of pay 2064 W. 17th St., 21. Parents who are Interestedin
According to the president,the Phi Beta, and Sigma Gamma a few moments of relaxation In sunny Florida. She Is .is left up to the employer and registering their children
club Is planning to uniform Rho sororities who will discuss assesses the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Johnson, 404 South Fremont Ave tthe. employed senior citizen. Untie Marcus, 4021 YuleeSt, for either or all activities are
the Junior and senior high orchestras the theme: "The Role of nue, Tampa. sociology major,Sandra spends her leisure time 22 and Johnnie Mae Rowe, 348 requested to contact Elder
the Sorority College CampusToday" Lee Brook at 5841 Paris
provide logical assistance on A pre-Mothers Day Tea will reading and dancing. eee Copeland St., 17. Willie
The committee will 768-8024.
to the orchestra in sponsored Sunday at 3 p.m., _._ _____ Ave. or Phone
u
the meet weekly at Salter Hall until -
area and do everythlngpos-
In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
tibia to enable the children to. May 14. Mrs. Ida C. Clark, Willie F. Smith, 1062 W. Duval
progress and make first clas.appea.rances. Dean of Students, will serve
St Districts
by 6 and U of
as the coordinator.The l
.
:
First Corinth Baptist Church.
All parents of the parUcIpat1ng annual award will be presented -
schoos and other Interested by Coach Ferman Martin
persons have been asked to participate to Lynwpod Simmons, 1961 ONTGdJVtERY
In the actlvltes. A fund football captain, for the honor Chi Eta Phi Sorors 1 1IMAGINE pR06RESS
raising trip has been planned bestowed upon him as a draftee W tN tt
N0
May 27 to Daytona Beach. A for the Kansas City Chiefs Football ,
summer instruction program Club with a $50,000 con Sponsoring Recital 1
has also been planned. tract.
Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc,
VOTE FOR Sigma Chapter will sponsor
Mrs. Mary Mealy in a musical t
recital at its annual Spring Tea,
LEE M. FISHER Sunday, May 21, 1967, from WARDS EVERYDAY LOW PRICES HOW CUT EVEN LOWER!
3:30: to 5:30: p.m. at St. Paul
CANDIDATE FOR ,CITY COUNCIL AME Church 13th Street and
Myrtle Ave.
WARD 3 VOTE AT LARGEI The publice is Invited to attend.
Contributions given will be used Wards dress
seek the support of all people who know me and believe In my toward the Eye Glass Projectfor biggest
capabilities, to aid In my campaign. the needy and scholarshipfund
My platform Is: sponsored annually by the
To honestly represent the people of Jacksonville. sorority.
To use my full capabilities in working for improvement Inefficiency Mrs. M. Alexander is Basellus

better and and respected honesty government In government, In so Jacksonville.that we may achievea "Under' glasi" term familiar I( event of the season
-s
To make a study of taxes to determine how they can be
to homemakers from the field of
lowered and still maintain necessary services.To .
gourmet cookery-li now used ala '
seek cooperation with the City Commission for planning fashion phraM A new wet-look 1
long range expenditures for improvements and allotmentof vinyl coating, applied thickly to .buy 2 and 2.98
funds on a priority basis. heavy cotton, gives a glau-lik save
To thoroughly examine,all expenditures assure that no surface that both protects and re .
funds have been or will be misused or misappropriated and real the grainy texture of the 4. i
take legal measures to effect recovery.To fabric underneath.
work for enactment of ordinances for enforcement of Just sponging with soap or deterg c
practical and efficient water and air pollution controls. nt suds Is enough to keep FRESH, NEW SELECTION IN MISSES', JUNIORS', HALF SIZES
I am 47 years of age, married: the father of three children, luch shoes and accessories clean
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( _4 STAR PAPERS SATORBAT MAY_ S, 1917


To Appear At. Elks Anditorian'CELEBRATION Ml. Calvary Baptists Calendar

CHURCH NEWSMOUNT ." "- --, ..- -- .. --- -
'. 1'.t,';. ,'",,.,'iI:, ; Slates Women's Day heats,

.
CANAAN ',p."', Annual Women's Day will be

Services in lit. Canaan Baptist Church will begin Cal-
Sunday observed June IS in Mt. Senior Choir 2 of Mt.
with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., the lesson Is, "A Witnessing vary Baptist Church with Mrs. Baptist Church will be featured Calvary
Fellowship," and will be reviewed by the pastor. Gussle Gray as general chairman -
musical
in recital
Morning serve begins at U:15 o'clock. Choir 1 and Usher : ; Mrs. Martha Butler,Mrs. 3 a An Sunday at
Board 1 will serve. The devotion will be conducted by Deacon Erma Muldrew, co-chairmen. p.m. arrangement of
E, Slmpkln and W. Baker. The pastor,will deliver the sermon. Other officers are:Mrs.Lottie hymns, spirituals and I.tbems
District 9 will observe Its homecoming at 3 p.m., and the ..' Hutchinson, Junior chairman; will be featured on the program.
Other local talents
evening service begins at 7 o'clock with Deacons W. Adam Mrs Creola Threadcraft, secretary willpartlci-
pate.
and Ts Brown in charge of the devotion ; finance, Mrs. Merce-

I des Wesley, chairman; Mrs .........
Sophroola Me Gar rah, Essie
WALTERS MEMORIAL Parson, Lecura Shorter, Al-
Holy communion service will be held Sunday during the :"j'/) bertha Johnson, hills Lockett, Sister Flowers will sponsoran
major services In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church, Hannah Holman; program,Mrs evening of Gospel and spiritual
t with Rev. H.C. Archie, pastor In charge. Saturday at Z p.m., Carolyn Burner, chairman;' program, Monday, May 8,at .
the Junior choir will rehearse. Mrs. Helen Williams, Evelyn First Born Church 03 26th
,. The services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: Peck, Mattle Simmons. The and Witchens Street, at 8 pjn.
a.m., with Arnett B. Rogers, superintendent, and Eddie Brown committee will also be responsible Rev R.L. Lambert of Gospel
Jr., in charge The lesson topic, "A Witnessing Fellowship"will for sponsors. Evangelist will be main speak
be reviewed by Rev Archie. Publicity chairman, MrS A. er. Elder Robert Hogts, pas
Morning service begins at U a.m. with the pastor presiding, F. Douglas, publicity( chairman; tor.
and the evening service commences at 6 o'clock. The pastor Gwenlyn Holman; decoration,

will preach and Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 will serve with Mrs. Mary Williams,chairman; ........
Mrs. Vera J. Rogers at the console. Marie Blackman, Arle Agent,
Emma Pinkney Marva Wright
The
FOUNTAIN CHAPEL Mrs. Wilhemenfa Francis,deacon FidelltySoclalandSavings
The 20th annual Leonal Daniels Day will be observed May 21, chairman;Mrs Bessie Hill, Club will sponsor its annual
.In Fountain Chapel AME Church throughout the day. Service pastor for the day. Mothers Day tea May 14 from
Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. The contest between Mrs. La- 4 to 6 p.m., In the Joe H.
Morning service begins at 11 a.m. The combined choirs and von Killing and Mrs. MaggieB James Center. ,

ushers will serve, and Rev F. W. Jones pastor will deliver Robinson, in Interest of theWomen's ..
we and administer the Holy Communion. eeiee.p
sermon h. 'ell Day drive,will terminate -
r ;June 18.Gateway. The Blven Specials and.their
WEST UNION BAPTIST "Instruments of Faith" will
Annual Family Day will be observed Sunday throughout the 1 Barracks observe their 10th anniversary
day In West Union Baptist Church District 12 and the trustee Sunday at 8 p.m.. In the Elks
board will meet following the morning service. Meets SaturdayGateway Auditorium with Mrs Inca
District 3 will meet Monday at 8 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Blvens manager, presiding.
Frances Matthews, 1519 W. 2nd St. Barracks 3131, World The devotion will be conduct
Annual Women's Day will be celebrated May 21, with Mrs War I Veterans, will meet Saturday ed by Deacon James Byrd;mistress
Dollle B. Ford and Mrs. Annie C. Ross as chairman of all at 3 pm.inJoe James of ceremonies, Mrs.
-: The Biven Specials will celebrate their Miss Gwendolyn Blvens Ruth Miss Roberts
activities Jenkins Marylinn Center Grunthal and Hurst. Marlon WhItehead; occasion. ,
10th anniversary Sunday, May 7th, at the Elks Auditorium, Miss Charlette Brown, Alphonso McBride and Glen Jones. Mrs. LIllie Mae Smith.
712 W. Duval Street. Shown from left Delegates will be elected for
MONCRIEF BAPTIST are: Miss Louise Blven, ROYAL ART STUDIOS and Groups appearing will include -
Convention
Services Sunday in Moncrief Baptist Church will commence the Department : Gospel Echoes, Slim-
with the Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning service begins at the bidding drive pledge roll aires, Celestial Gospel Singers,
11 a.m. Choir 1 and Usher Board 2 will serve. Evening service Hf.. Carmel Baptist' Emanoel Baptist' Pre aretioa For Woman's Day will be read for all their members Gospel Ecboettes Sunbeam
begins at 7:30 p.m. The communion service will be held. Tues- Women's who have paid on pledges'and Singers, Jerome Thomas and
In behalf of the Day Peacock, 1414 Golfair Blvd ai The memorial
day night, prayer and business meeting will be held. To Honor WomenWomen's terminate' Contest of Mount Morlah Baptist Church 9 p.m At this time the raffle service donations.will be held May 30, Other the Thomas Singers have been and others.

EMANUEL BAPTIST'Sunday an entertainment will be given of the bedspread will be terminated and final plans, will be made groups Invitedto

services In Emanuel Baptist Church will begin with Day win observed The baby contest, sponsoredby ,in the home of Mrs. Arlene Mrs. Ora Lee sponsor. attend.
May 21 in Mt. Carmel Baptist Districts 1.9 and 11, will I I
the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Mrs. Mamie Fields and
Church with Mrs. Ruby W. F
Deacon George Smith in charge. The lesson topic is, "A terminate Sunday in Emanuel
Morris as chairman and Mrs.
Witnessing Fellowship." Morning devotion begins at 10:50 a.m.,. Baptist Church, beginning atSp.m.
Dose H. Johnson, co-chairman.
.
with the deacons in charge. Baptismal service will be held
Mrs Mary Daniels will serve District 1 will
The BTU begins at S p.m., with Deacon James Phillips pre- sponsor Johnnie
as pastor for the day. Other Mae Jackson
daughter of Mrs. ;
siding. Evening service begins at 6.30: p.m Choir 3, Children's
Edith Ho- M1
officers are: Mrs. Fannie Plalr District 1 Pamela
; ,
Choir and Usher Board 3 will serve with Mrs Marlon Carter
ward, secretary Mrs Grace Lee Qulller
; daughter of Mrs.Johnnie .
and Mrs. S.L. Badger in charge of the Instruments.MT. .
Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Gresham, Qulller, and District
TABOR BAPTIST Mrs Ella Hill, finance committee 9, Miss Marlon Densise Flair,
; Mrs. Gussie Gordon, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Plalr. 1\'
with
Services Sunday in Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will begin
Mrs. Ellen Tisdale Mrs. P. Mrs Susie
Badger wife of
-
,
the Sunday School at 9:30 am., with Superintendent Barr ,
Smith music committee Mrs Rev. S.L. '
;
in charge Rev. H.T. Overstreet,pastor will review the lesson. Badger, pastor, will 00p 5t0etS
B, Herndon, Mrs. D. Washing be the speaker.
The consecration service begins at 10:45 am and the morning
ton, usher committee; Mrs.
service at 11 The and Rev. associate ,
m pastor George Cherry, Mary Daniels, Mrs Ruby Morris +
s
minister, will preside. The Holy Communion will be Sunday School secretaries RECIDIVISMAbout
administered at 3 p.m. All choirs and ushers will serve. At. ; 75% of the mm re
Mrs A.Cook,Mrs.Hampton, ,'
5:30 p.m;, BTU with Deacon Paul Beta in charge. Mrs. Carrie Styles, Mrs. Ruth leased "rom -penal 1 fogtitutions; ,

Taylor and Mrs. Mary Mobley, will return to prison statistics
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"A.far me and "'yltou", ev: will
lent the Lord" (Josh 24:15): ),
There is no place In all this world BECOME A BOLDENS' GRADUATESUMMER
Christian home,a home here Christ :
is truly loved and honored.

This writer was brought up in CLASSES STARTING MAY 23-
such a home. There were ten of ,
us: dad, mother and eight children /IH'I.
There was lots doing all the time,
but a truly happy home It was, for
t' IS MAY 14thFor dad and mother never let us get

so busy with temporal things that
we brushed eternal values aside.
On the basis that "1114"1 ihall not t ,

live by bread alone, bat by every word ,
a) Cod" (Luke 4:4)), we read some
small portion of the Bible before
every meal, and had family devo
tans before retiring at night. _
Result: all eight children bless
the dear dad and mother who led

I them aright, morally and spiritu
ally, and best of all, taught them

the importance of trusting In the
Savior who died for all our sins,

the finest selection of lifts... Visit More the: live grandchildren of the children have and manyof given Register Ties, Thor, Fri.. I Te 10 P.M.

themselves for full time Christian

yoir Nearest Vofve.Free service, and have become pastors, COURSES
college deans, Christian writers and
missionaries In various parts of the
world.


gift pnckain with a lovely bow divorces are Counting now exactly and the broken grand 100 of children homes us and there that the I. HOSPITAL AIDE CLASS I BAND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS


have brought sorrow to so many
are not even known
among us.
le sere to register for tie FREE Color T.V. This is not because- we are one
whit better than others, but be.
cause we experience the help and BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CLASS KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS' COURSE
to he given away May 13th. grace of God In our live. But it

all began as, one day, a young
American, like Joshua of old, came
to a decision and declared: "As

for me and "'yHU", we ..jll.".*
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Civil Rights Roundup Education Nero Veto Accept Woolwork's Gift NAACP Urges 'White Press Blasted.


OB Increase State' Agency For Unfair Coverage

.By'NECRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL The.growth of the.Negro vote WASHINGTON -(NPI>- The
EVIDENCE RoundupAGREED la the South continues to tit Impressive Hill New Coisf white press has been blasted
JACKSON, Miss-(NPI>-A Senate subcommittee Investigated and each Presidential by Floyd B. McKlsslck, national
poverty conditions in this backward state and went home after election: will find an ever-In CORE director, for not reporting
finding "substantial evidence! of malnutrition and hunger' creasing number of Negro NEW YORJUobert L. Carter Negro events fairly
according to Sen. Joseph Clark (D.-Pa.), a panel member, voters lor candidates to appealto. general counsel of theNAACP McKlssick charged that the
Other members of the Subcommittee were Sens. Robert F. MONTGOMERY, Ala.-(NPI)>- In 1952 the total Nero with filed a petition, April) only two kinds of statementsa
Kennedy (D.-N.YJ Jacab K. Javlts (R.NY,), and George Segregationist governors of registration in the eleven states Z1, the New York State black man can make and
Murphy (R.-Callf, Sen. John Stennis (D.Miss) told the panel four Dixie States came up witha of the Old Confederacy was only 't 41' ; 7d Human Rights Commission asking expect that the white press
the controversial Child Development Group of Mississippi, proposal few integrationist one million and this Increased it to go into New York Supreme will report:An attack on another
an anti-poverty organization had misused funds and employed would disagree with.The governors at about 200,000 every four Court to halt construction black man or threat of violence
"Immoral beatniks. But Sen.. Javlts disputed his remarks. challenged federal author- years and In 1960 stood at 1,410, already started at the urban "the verbal equivalent of a
000. renewal site in New riot-Watts put Into words"
ities to see that school desegregation -
FOURFOLDNEW decisions are Largely as a result of the work Rochelle. The CORE leader, addressing
YORK (NPI)-Gov. George Romaey has come up witha "applied to all states of this of the Voter Education Projectof It is the NAACPs opinion that. the American Society of New-
four-fold answer' to the nation's racial problems. "The natlonH.and not soley to the the Southern Regional Council unless construction is stopped paper Editors, said the punish
elimination of social Injustice, be said, "depends not onlyon states of the South." Issuing between 1962 and 1964,there, the buildings will be ment "for sounding rational
federal action, but on state action, local action, and private the statement were (;oYl. Lur- was an Increase of nearly 700, finished before the final actionof and deadly earnest is a total
personal action.. All four are needed" Gov. Romney, leen Wallace, Alabama; LesterG. 000 during the next four years, the Commission, and before blackout. And I. use that word
a possible Republican candidate for President In 1968, called Maddox, Georgia; John J. raising the total Negro voter subsequent appeals from that advisedly"
for more federal civil rights legislation. "Overreliance on Me KelUien Louisiana;and PaulB. registration to2,100,000in19&4. action are completed.This The Negro is being rewardedby
individual action in the field of civil rights clearly mistaken Johnson, Jr., Mississippi. As a result of gains made move comes after several the public media, he said,.
*' be said. "It can provide an excuse for those who wish following passage of the 1965 months of demonstrations "only U he turns on another
to avoid needed state, local, personal, and private action." ACCUSED Voting Rights Act, the total against alleged discriminatory Negro and uses his tongue u a
stands today at nearly %,800 hiring practices at the partially switchblade
LONG BEACH, Fla.-(NPI)- or only if he sounds
PROBE James Stevenson, a nationally 000 and should be well over S Federally funded site. outlandish, extremist, or psychotic -
JACKSON, Miss.-(NPI) The local bar association has begun known swimming Instructor at 1/4 million by the time of the ii These efforts have been ."
.an Investigation of "unauthorized practice of law" by Long Beach Polytechnic High 1968 elections: Jointly sponsored by a coalitionof Last year, headded, be tried
Northern lawyers who come to represent poor Negroes, often School, bas been accused of In the five states principally] community organizations Including to give "responsible warnings"
without a fee. In neighboring Alabama and Louisiana,volunteer knocking down and choking a covered by the 1965 Voting; local and state NAACP of where racial tensions might
lawyers from the North have been arrested for the unauthorized Negro pupil who had been Involved Rights Act (.Alabama. Georgia. units, the American Negro Labor turn into open violence, but the
practice of law. Mississippi, where few white lawyers are In an interracial light Louisiana, Mississippi and Council, andSt.Catherine's warnings were"unlversally Interpreted -
willing to handle civil rights cases and not many Negro Negro community leaders met South Carolina), we have wit- During activities of the 21st Annual Conference of the National Community Action Program as a threat.as black-
lawyers are available, Is expected to bo next. with school officials to discuss nessed an Increase of more than Alumni Council of UNCF held in Charlotte, N.C., Patricia New RocheUe's own Human win._ ,. "
a boycott of a school track a half million Negro voters Ann Smith, Miss UNCF from Huston-Tillotson College acceptsa Rights Commission, after What would he prefer that the
DISTURBED meet by 20-25 Negro membersof since the signing of the Act. gift from the F.W. Woolworth Co. Miss Smith, a senior from seven months of investigation, white press write about: "I'd
SALEM, NJ.-(NPI)>-Some 400 civil rights demonstrations, the track team which resulted In August' of 1965 there were Mexla Texas Is the first runner up winner In the National UNCF reported In mid-January that like to see the newspapers say
Annual
disturbed by a mounting number of cross-burning and distribution from the incident. 706,000 registered Negro Queen contest. Making the presentation on behalf of "flagrant racial discrimination that black people don t have
of bate pamphlets by a group called themselves the voters In these five states/ F.W. Woolworth Is Thomas Bell.I exists in certain building trades ,pwer. We are the only people
"White Knights," marched to the county courthouse to seek BIGOTRY representing 29.8 %O of the Negroes unions working on the site," in a capitalist society.who don't
support of anti-cross-burning legislation.. There have been KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. 15 incidents involving cross-burnings In Salem county since Highlaader Polk School has there are more than 1,216,000 Uncle 'Sam-has a ofplans have resulted In neitherthe McKlssick invited the editors
rouple
early last December! moved from Monteagel, Tenn., Negro voters In the same states, hiring of more qualified to walk Into the slums. and
to Knorvllle. And white bigotry representing over 50.6%. to make your money.. minority group workers, nor in discover the bitterness, des-
PEACE? has followed it. The school Is Alabama Negro registrationhas easy to save as it Is to spend, postponing construction at the pair, and cynicism left over
NEW YORK-NPI-Who run the elections to decide who'll said to have been the place more than doubled since There's the Payroll Savings site. from dashed hopes.
:run the anti-poverty program in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area? where Dr. Martin Luther King, 1965, going from 112,864(23.4( %) Plan where you work. And the
Several groups were competing for the honors,*and city officials Jr., got the idea for his Montgomery to 259,936 ((54.0)1)) ). Mississippi Bond-a.Month. Plan where you You Don't_ Have To, Go 1.9' Town To SAt'
were trying to make peace between them by giving bus boycott In 1955 registration hat more than bank.
each a role in running the election, set for May 20. An and 1956, that started his civil' quintupled in this same period, LOW
official of Youth-in-Action, the area's anti-poverty agency rights career. Stokely Carmichael going from 35,000 ((8.0%) to PRICESDRUG
said Its own people would supervise the voting. CORE and was inspired by sessions 177,'l00 (4.1( %).
others wanted to get into the act, too. So the Human Resource at the school to organize In January of 1962 there was STORE NEEDS
Administration, a city agency, stepped tnandannouncedthat Mississippi farm workers. Apprehensive not a single person of color ser WEDDINGS & PROMS
city personnel would be "heavily Involved" in the elec- about the school's ving 10 any Southern legislature,
tion. Influence white bigots have border states excluded, but In '
advertised In and January of 1937 there were (, OUR SPECIALTY Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Stork.,
STRIPPED newspapers twenty such person serving ''WE mL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
presented recorded phone messages There are now two Negroes \ s NEW STYLES ;Papers. ,We deliver We also Oil all Doctors Prescriptions.,
CHICAGO--((NPI) The mother-in-law of a Negro soldier in attacks on the school's I .
stationed in Germany has asserted that Negro troops in alleged leftist leanings. in the Georgia Senate and nineIn
Germany "have been shinned of all their rights as American the- GeorrU Hnusa.' ,lr In \ 'PERSONALSERVICE
citizens." Mrs. Elizabeth M. Melcher, 39, whose son- BACKED the Tennessee House, one i in s PERFECT FITTING Dixie 'Pharmacy
in-law, Harold Dukes, was stationed in Germany for 18 months, WASffiNGTONNPl A the Texas senate and two in
said Negro soldiers face resentment from Germans and mis- white philosophy Instructor Texas House. Negro Democratic "Complete Formal '
treatment from white American personnel. Mrs. Melcher whose contract was not renewed candidates won primary 7 Rental Service, 1302 kings Road At Hyrtle luau
made her charges after returning from a four-month stay in at Howard University election for the North
Germany. is being supported by groupsof Carolina and Florida Houses,
students and faculty mem- General respectively Election, but lost In the I fnAjounq fflen's Shop Phones Elgin 5559798'
CONTRIBUTIONS bers. Miss Lynda 1.. Blumem- Republican ,
CHICAGO- ((NP1) Three noted Chicagoans are beinghonored, thai was Involved In a loyalty opponents.
one posthumously, for their contributions to civic liberties and oath episode in 1965 In which 340 MAIN ST. COR. DUVAL DOWNTOWN' .. PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER
.
civil rights fcj"Clarence Darrow Center,Saturday April 29.Deceiving -/: he agreed only to sign.an ,PHONE 35J-647I: ? ,
the 1986 Clarence Darrow Humanitarian Awards are' "oath" she' had written 5 her U.S.. Considering ,1, AND TELEPHONE BILLS' ,AUDIT: -"TOE
State Rep. Anthony Scarlano; Fred Hubbard, defeated candidate self. Her supporters,who seeking
for U.s. Representative and community organizer; and the to bring her back for a
late Samuel Levin, a founder of the Amalgamated Clothing year, belelve her liberal cam- Several Negroes For.
Workers Union. pus activities resulted in her a

ouster. Federal Jodgesnips
MORE THAN EVERWASINGTONNPINegro
) American face "more school DENIAL
segregation than ever before," Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark as- CHICAGO -(NPIVDr.. WASHINGTON! -(NPI)- u.s.
serted. "More people are living in segregated sections of Herman H. Long, president, Atty-Cen. Ramsey Clark said MARKEt
cities than ever before," said Clark, who added that-the Negro Talledegan (Ala.) college, has the! Administration is consider- gU P E R
may be slipping behind in the race to gain his rights. denied assertions by some ing several Negroes to fill a
scholars that Negro collegesare vacancy on the Fourth U.s.Circuit -
inferior and fall to servea Court of Appeal. THESE PRICES GOOD JHROUfiH'SUNDAY' AT EDGENOOO 'AYE.
ACCUSED vital function.These colleges, If a Negro Is selected, he j
CHEAPEAKE, Va.-(NPI)-A man identified as a Ku Klux he said, remain essential to the would be the, first non-white
Klan official has been accused of shooting a former hate task of bring Negroes into the federal Jurist In the South. The AZELA SMOKED 1
group member, Ronald Lee Ivy,25,of Portsmouth,was charged main stream of American seven-member Fourth Circuit
with attempted murder after Jack George of Chesapeake was society. bench has Jurisdiction in Mary mm A mm WHOLE OR SHANK HALF
wounded in his backyard. George told police he quit the Klan Addressing the kick-off lunch land, Virginia, West Virginia I
In 1966. eon for the 1967 United Negro and the Carolinas. c
-" College Fund drive In Chicago, Among those considered for HAM 45
t\l yr PLATINUM PRODUCERS the post are John R. Hargrove,'
:; o- Dr. Long said at least half of SMALL
4th ;. Russia Is the world' leading all Negroes now receiving Baltimore and S. W. Tucker, LB I IU.S.
Richmond
Va. The selectee SIZES
s \,1 higher education are enrolled '
producer of platinum, followedby
In Negro schools. would fill the post made vacant -;,
I Canada, Colombia, and by the recently deceased I
South Africa, the Catholic Di CAMPAIGN Judge J. Spencer Bell of North GOOD

gent states. ATLANTAAPI (;ov. Carolina.
y Lester G. Maddox is organizing Clark met with a group of
a'campaign among Dixie Southern Negro attorneys, who
governors to fight federal urged the Johnson administration CHUCK ROAST 47
school integration guidelines to name a Negro to a high
federal LB.
"We've got to do something to Judgeship in the South
the
protect our state, our schools, Administration, they said,
owes Southen Negroes a political -
and cur children from what
we believe to be unconstitutional debt because of their sup- WESSON

A t guidelines set up by big. port the 1964 for President Johnson in
election.
w I be people said,behind indicating shiny that desks Ala-," Clark said a list of candidates ". 24 OZ. 39
OIL
bama (;0,. Lurleen B. Wallaceand submitted would be considered, BOTTLE
"not because
her husband George were of any political .
debt" but .
because the Administration
Involved In the .
plans.PRIMARY
___ ,
wants to review the I
qualifications of all potential BLUE
END nominees PLATE

OF MARRIAGE"The He added, however, that thereis
a dire need for. more Ne-
truth is that marriage -- 'gro attorneys."It .
MAYONNAISE
as a natural institution would be much more 1mportant -. ;
la not ordered by the ," he said, to have) T35C
will of the Creator towards ,5,000 Negroes In law school .
personal perfection than It would be to have five LIMIT 1 Will $$5.N II HUE FOOI filJU QUA
of the
husband and wife or 50 on the bench
as its primary end, but to ... aea.etaaaa.as
the procreation and edu FLA. GRADE "A" FRYERS ?'e"-
u
cation of a new Hie; [the
procreation and educationof
the child as a human DURING HIS WIFE'S three-week fLA. GlADE "A" SMAll EGGS Dal. I. CAITI CHITIN 25$ i
person]. The other end. slay in a hospital, her husband
of marriage, although part hired a woman to take care of
KEN KNIGHTInvlt'es
of nature's are not of their family. They were a bit ill I
the same importance as aprehensive about it, especially U.S. 1 POTATOES. 'is l', III'"e

You To Listen To-' the superior.first. Still On the less contrary.are they surprise before mealtime., every evening Much a to familiar their. ,! 1 ,. j't ",' .... I

they are to essentially it. This principle subordinate .. the and table.favorite meal appearedon TENDER GREEN POLE lEANS L l 'L1. 15e'I I

BIG BAND holds good for all

marriages unfruitful.,"even if they are all from When praised the their hospital the mother new, the cook.returned children PILLSBURY, FLOUR ;!p :' :tlI! '> n.)1S"; S5e I

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"DANCE PARTY"litilll Catholic Diftit- "However did you figure out JEWEL SHORTENING .. 55
just what to she : ',.' .
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sill PAPERS SATOtDAY MAY I, 1111


Jersey Governor Plus .To' lasire7 A&N University Honor Grade utosL1 fAMU Callers 363 Bachelor's


I.e. Representation In Demo Meet iit 11 31 Mister's Degrees At Commencement


-(NPI-New Jersey's governor is working oa TALLAHASSEE Fla. Three A.BARTOWDora Simmons. J. Bryant, Texas; Madam Crawford, Dot-:

to insure Negroes representation on state delegations hundred and ninety-four students Eima Jean Long and Betty ban, Ala.; Norma J. Foote, Ok-
1961 Democratic National convention received degrees from mulgee, Okla.;Julia M.Holmes

GOT. Richard i, Hughes is, vention Itself. Florida AiM University during Stephens.OCALA-Llndell 1.. Vernon, Baton Rouge, La.; Leonard
chairman of a special Equal The Hughes committee has the spring commencement convocation L. Inge, Prichard, Ala; Adol-
Rights committee charged with before It a proposal that would held here recently. A Sylvester Smith, Cora L. Aldrich phus W. Jordon, Charlottes-

drafting a plan under which, require states with a- Negro breakdown of the graduates Althea L. Jacobs, Mary vllle, Va.; Harry S. Juster,

state convention delegations population of 20 per cent or shows that 363 students received Jennings, Loralne Johnson, Chicago, HI ; Paul D. Kid,
would be open to Negroes in more to make their delegations bachelor's degrees and Lance Lancaster, Rose M. Le- Albany, C .; Thomas L. Mitchell

rough proportion to their percentage at least 10 per cent Ne 31 received master's degrees.A corn, James M. Ford, Betty Bowling Green, Ky.;

of the state population. gro. list of the graduates who Coins, and Mary Hope. cbelL Bowling Green, K,.'
GOT. Hughes stressed that his According to John M. Bailey, received bachelor's degrees P..LAT1CA-,1oyce E. Cowan, Carol' Roland, Carrollton, Ala.;'

group would be only advisory Democratic National chairman, follows: Charlene R. Williams, Kenneth Margaret L. Sealy, Brooklyn,
and that the "ultimate reson- even Southern pollticans-out TALLAHASSEE Settle F. El Thornton,andSmirley Smith. N.Y.; Hiram Seymour, Columbus

slblUty" for Insuring fair Negro of "self-Interest" be expected Davis, Vivian S. Jefferson, DAYTONA BEACB Carolyn Ohio; Gwendolyn A.Strut

representation at the convention to be receptive to the Mary A.W. Alexander, MaryW. Sessoms and David Scott. her,_Mobile, Ala.; JacquelynD.

would lie with the con Idea of Negro representationat Allen, Jorge ....C. Arenas, JACKSONVILLE -Trixle Andrews W. Ward,Allanta, Ga.; Jack

the convention in 1968. I Mary A.Austin,Larry E.Clark, Frances Artlmus, AnnaD. Wllllngham, Brooklyn, N.Y.;

.Arthur Clemmons, George Bryant, Erma J.Davis,MaryC. Harry M. Wood Jr., Philadelphia
_ SICKWORRIED.TROUBLED' n Cooper, Betty Crawford, Alice Frailer Jessie M. Heck, Pa; tidies Y Wllkerson,
l Deaderick, Janle L. English, Clifford Holmes Jr., Emily J. Mobile, Ala; James Bryant ,

I am Indian Rev. JOHN; the Audrey A. Gallmore, Aldarsle Holt, Meltonla Jenkins, Clydell St. Albans, N.Y. ; Donald G.

man of God, rom the Holy Harris, Mathls Harris Jr., Eddie V.W. Koon, W. Bernard Koon, Turner, Ronald G. Turner, and

Land; I have a package for L. Haugabrook, ChristineJ. Gwendolyn P. Lewis, William Richard BurdIne, Memphis,

you! I know you want It. Come Henderson, Vivian J. Henry, J. Lynah, Armanda Purefoy, Tenna; Eleanor Hudson, New

and get It.SPECIAL. HONOR GRADUATESlght: members ,of the 1987 graduating class of Florida AiM University Betty J. Holton, Rosa L.James, Joann D. Scott Doris, Rosa J. White L. T. York, N.Y.; and Mamie Y.
Thomas ,
MESSAGE: who graduated with distinction pose for a photo before participating In the commencement Vera A. Jefferson, Gwendolyn William, Wilcox Shirley Smith, Thomasvllle, Ga.
B.
.5 exercises. The honorefes are left to right: Warnle V. Adams, Winter Haven; David 'J. Jenkins, Burnease Johnson, Bradwell Minnie handler, Graduates in the Graduate
,
Because I have performed A. Scott, Daytona Beach; Sheila y, Howard, Sarasota; Elsenna D. H. Jordan, Melbourne. :Genevleve Knight, Marian JJS. Yvonne Holden, Vivienne Peppers School include:
,
strange feats, some say I am Second row, left to right: Jessie B. Davis, Winter Haven; Patricia Bronson, Orlando; Martha Laurin, Joan B. Lee, CharlesJ. Eleanor Simmons, Barbara Helen R. Davis, St. Petersburg
a.pocamanlan. Voodoo Doctor, Brinson, Naranja; and Learlean Connell, Pensacola. Lightsy. Robert ; Helen Felix,Jacksonville.
Thompson
But Indian JOHN Is only a messenger Photo By Ernest Fillyau Also Daniel D. Manglamele, Spencer, Verlan W.Goff.Adel,Ga.;Jonas
of God least out the Gwendolyn T. Miller, Cester and Kenneth Tolbert, Eugene Holmes Jr., Sparta, Wisconsin,

evil of Satan through my pray Moore, MaybeUe Overstreet, Holder. Ines M. Holt, Quincy;Linn A.tr;

eft. I banish through prayer, World Of BooksKEEP i NU I fzu, 4"ntt 4) Nlfl Consalfinl For Myml C. Roberts, Gayle Russell M. uel L.WONT-PatrlclaAmlMan., Earnestine J. Gamy, and Jones, Tallahassee; Howard L.
Ross Conchlta C.
all spells, voodoo, bad luck, Warner Perry; Zlmmie H.
cross conditions, Jinks and TIE FAITH EASY, NEW ORK-{(Npr>) -The United Janle M. Simmons, Evelyn Missouri K. Shuler. Alderman, Moultrie, Ga.; Jua-
spells cast upon you and re- By ADAM CLAYTON POWELL Presbyterian Churches Summer Seminar Stafford, Elizabeth S. White, FORT PIERCE Betty nita R. Baker, Monticello; Robert

all spells, voodoo, band luck, cross conditions, Jinks ana 'JR., Published! by'TRIDENT throughout the nation have set TALI.JJf.ASSEEFli.The Carolyn Williams, Victoria Brooks, Clarence Brown, Alexander, Tallahassee)
Coleman John Ed.
spells cast upon you and return Peace, Prosperity, Happinessand PRESS, New York, $4.95. Sunday, May 14, as a day for >"> C.s. Williams Armetha Howard Walter J. Berry, Leesburg;
Success to you and your.loved ones. A picture of Adam Clayton collecting a "Fund for Free Pennsylvania State University'sDepartmeDt 1: WillI<<._Armentha L. Abrams,. wards, Johnnie Horton Jr., Geraldine J. Black, Havana;
of Human
Powell from an ecclesiastical dom" offering Coinciding with Develop' Elizabeth Caswell, Gerrl D. Ellen L. Rogers, Betty Foxx Beatrice Carson, Jacksonville
meat has Invited EmmaH.
Dr. James TuesdelL
and
TESTIMONIA SEVEN YEAltf OF BAD LUCK perspective !is given in this new the Pentecostal season the 1 Dixon, Ruth L. Frailer, Ernest Also Vera F. Daniels,Havana;
Kittles of home ORLANDO Patricia G.
CONDITION OF EVIL SPELL BEEN REMOVED. book. fund-raising is carried on an- professor I Kill Jr., George Jones Jr., John R. Green, Live Oak;
"Just a line to let you bear from me and my family. I For more than 30 years Rev. nuaUly to aid the continuing economics at Florida A&M Charles T. McFarlln, Alma R. Bronson, Carolyn Epklns,Joyce >Virginia Harper, Jacksonvlll;
thank God for his helping power and his blessings and also Powell has been delivering sermons work, of the denomination's 'University, to serve as acloth-' McGhee, Johnny McQueen, Mc Coy, James Thompson, and Velma E. Hayes, Sanford; Cur-
Willie L. Danner.
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your prayers. Truly your prayer has been heard. I am happyto at the Abyssinian Baptist Commission on Religion and consultant s for its Seminar on i ''Jerry Moore, Vera Spradllng, SARASOTAIennls W.Alexander lue G. Huger, Jacksonville;
say God has truly blessed me andthe condition has changed.My Church In Harlem to a Race. Carol Walker, and Peggy Yarn and Sheila Y. Howard. Beatrice Jenkins James, Hawthorne

husband bad not worked for 7 years, he !is working now. congregation of 12,000 people WASHINGTONNP1)-- TAMPA.-Charles E. Collins, DELRAY BEACHJohn H. ; Loretta B. Jones,
Our car caught fire and God made a way for a new one. Since '-one of the largest Protestant Praise for the "growing effectiveness Pearlle M. Hlgdon, Barbara L. Berry and Helen M. Orr. Bountstown; Johnny L. Kirby

I have been blessed Rev. JOHN, here is a donation which to me congregation in the country.The of Project Equality 'Johnson, LaVerne Mack, Andrea BASCOM Glynette C. Thomasvllle, Ga; J.Leroy!
is not very much, but God knows my heart." book then is a collection ... and the greater responsiveness f.L I I McDanIel,Maxine Stewart, Bowers ,.Jacksonville; Martha Me Ken-!

Sister E. J. Reed of the most representative and and sensitivity to the Edward L. Rogers, Ethel Richardson TARPON SPRINGS Sadie ,', ale, Miami; Lola Stokes,

Columbus, Ohio ,provocative of those sermons. problems of equal employment Robert Sumbry, PearlIE. M. Brown. Quincy; Tiny M. Thomas,JacksonvlUe -.

Reflecting, as they do, one of opportunity on the part of many Bass, Margaret Dawson, LARGO Eleanor V. Brox- ; Willie R.B. Williams,
ATTENTION, FLORIDA STATEAll the lesser-known aspects of Dr.PoweU' Federal contractors, "was Juanita Keeton,Joseph Sykes, ton. Quincy; Herman H. Howard,

that are standing in need of God's Help and Blessing i personality and career made to the National Catholic and Beverly Weeks. GOULDS Mae D. Benson. Jacksonville; Mary J. Lynum,
"I these sermons are of the Conference for Interracial Justice D.Carter Leesburg Joyce Davis Oates
and Special Case Work, Bills Piled Up and saying can't PENSACOLAPercy STARKE Milton C. Eller- ; ,
make it" Don't give up. SEE REV. JOHN IN PERSON greatest importance to any undemanding Chicago, by U.s.Secretary Learlean Connell, Thelma Tallahassee; and Vicey F.

God revealed to me something very, very special for you. of the man who is of Labor W. WIllard Wlrtz. In a Guyton, Doris Klrland, Barbara BLOUNTSTWON -Gwen. James., Jacksonville.
COME AND GET IT. perhaps the most controverlaland letter to Chairman Rawson L. J. Lee, Cassandra L. F. Echols.. GRACEVILLE .:. Minnie

2661 New Kings Road, at corner of Darrow Street paradoxical figure In VS. Wood, Wlrti said, "The exist- Mitchell, Timothy J.Shumaker, PLANT CITY Mary J. L. Keys.
Jacksonville, Florida politics today. ence today of professionally- Henry E. Turner, Velma L. and Letricla Brown. DADE CITY Altamease
Few have any knowledge of staffed Project Equality offices Williams, Vera M. Willams, King Plummer.
BRADLEY
Hardee.
TESTIMONIAL THREE TIMSE IN A ROW, I GOT Dr. Powell's activities as a and the attendant publicity given Areas of Importance for-Professional Willie E. Cole Lucille Gordon, SEEKING-Edmund Mary Jr. EUSTB Henry G. Wall

WHAT I WANTED preacher, and the fact that his to Roman Catholic Training. Horace Graham, Jamsle John LAKE W"'LESJacue11ne Henry P. TAVARESGwendolyn Mani-

sermons-far from ,being The seminar will be held April son and Janice Jordan. Jones Jones and pult,
Joyce C. PerryE.
"My name is Charlie Cain of Florence, S. C. I thank God couched in the empty rhetoricof ,28-29 in University Park, Pa. QUINCYRuth Campbell, McKay. LAKELAIfb Annie p.

for you Rev. JOHN for helping me with my troubles I was a demagogue- re concerned Brad Tredimilck Her specific responsibility for Joan DuPont, Irene Ford,Doris BRADENTON Charles A. Meade.
having all kinds of, bad luck, Jinx and couldn't save money.I with the rational and practical the seminar will be a lecture on Hicks, Goloria Jackson, Robert Kelly DELRAY. *-Thamas. C. New.ton.

stayed broke all the time. Bills and bills. owed everybody.I problems of everyday living. the function of clothing and Kenon, Carolyn Lewis, Erma PANAMA .
CITYGwendolyn
came to .you, and you told me a thing or two about myself : They stress above all the realities Seeks Election textiles in society, In terms of, J.. Lincoln, Marguerite Lambert Arthur Green and !i STi AUGUSTINE John.
that no one in the world knows but me... You placed and possibilities of living communication as'it' 'relatesto McCain, Connie L. Pendlton, ,J.C. Ford ralleyT -f*e" l)

something In my hand and prayed a secret prayer. You told peacefully and productively as To Cowwissioa role, status, acceptance, and Brenda R. Vance, and James Dorothy ., King. My- WHITE SPRINGS Barbara
me what to do with It and all good things well come to you a Negro in 20th CenturyAmerica. personality BradwelL Leon Law. Williams
WEBSTER L.
and Thursday and Friday night it will appear to me if I believe Speaking to and for the Negro Brad Tredinnlck, young Insurance 'Dr. Kitties will appear on the GAINESVILLE Allen P. APOPKA --Lloyd Law Jr., FERNANDINA BEACH-Leola

and you know, it worked out Just as you sald..tbree population of New York, executive, is seeking program with such well known Green, Hugh Anderson Jr.,Nac- Sarah Sapp, and Evelyn Pitts. M. Albert
times. Dr. Powell preaches what he to return to the political life personalities as Miss Kittle erine Burney Aaron A. Green, H03E SOUND Marlon F.. LACROSSE-Sally Bradley.
This $85.00 contribution toward your temple was a blessing refers to as Practical Christ of Jacksonville, because as he Campbell of the New York Couture and Susie... Spence. Major and Edith L. Mayers. NARANJA-Martha Brlnson.

to me. I am glad to give lt.JRev. JOHN, I know that ianity. says, he sees the need for good, Business Council;Dr.John POMPANO BEACH JamesA LAKE ALFRED Calvin N. HALLANDALE Isadora
you are a true man of God. Keep up the good work." The subjects of his sermons clean government run by ener- H. Dillon, president, Textile Allen, Elmira Reddick, and Maultsby. 'Comberbatch.
All those who contribute to Rev. JOHN'S TEMPLE sup range from Palm Sunday to the getic young men who recog- Research Institute; George Betty A. Judson. RIVIERA 3EACrf- BerniceE. EATONVILLE Shelly J.

port of $10.00 or will receive a package u well as a special massacre of Africans at nile the vital need for improvement Norman, vice-president, Burlington WINTER HAVEN WarineV. McCrae and Nicholas .Davidson.,
secret prayer on how to be lucky and win many rewards. Sharpeville by the South African Industries, Inc., and Adams, Harvey L. Allen, Waler. NEWDERRY Wimmle Jones.

Be sure to enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for government; yet, throughout several others. an) Jessie B. Davis. AL..CHU.Embry McCray. DEERFIELD:..-Gail A.Jones.

sure answer. DO IT NOW. them, he consistently emphasizes M.ftArthur! L. Mathls, CLEARWATER Harold E. MELBOURNEElsennaJor
the responsibility of Edward Oliver, Roy K. Rlley, dan
B. McKahand.
the individual Year Soctal 1 Fredericka Rolle, Rosa L. SANFORD Willie Brown..
In his sermon on "Christ in Shorter, Dorothy L. Speights, p"'LA.CmCOLA.tenJamin"- DUNDEEDorothy 1.. But- x,
I am here now come and see me the Nuclear Age," for example Frantic M. Swain Dolores Sealy Jr.
For Information and Appointment Call be contrasts the advance of HOMESTEAD James L. ler.WINTER
Security Walker Grace Wallace, Alfred PARK Clayton
355 -7839 with the L Smith and Gwendolyn McKay.
technology problemsof Williams Shirley N. Clark
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learning to use and to live cannon, Annie MjS. Chandler, PERRY Mae E. St RIVIERA BEACH-Richard
2661 New Kings Road, corner of Darrow Street with the powers that technology Moving Day-Confusion-Head- Charles Davis, Lillle Herring, LLOYD Bettye J. Thompson Danford.

Jacksonville, Florida gives: aches These could be some of Annie Ferrell, Sheila D. Kelly, DANIA James Griffin
the definitions of what will be Henry Thomas, and Ronald BROOKSVILLE Mae D. 'T.
-ii happening at 400 W. Ashley St. Thompson. White.

on Friday, May fifth. On this OVIEDO Annette Browdy, HAINES CITY-Leslie Wiley. Hubs Thr'elloasPrh

MEET day this day the sun will rise and Martha L,Stallworth.. JASPER Joseph B. Vaughn
and for some people It will WEST PALM BEACIT-, Jr. and Sandra Thompson. 1 Cleanup
be a nice day. But for the folks George W. Brown, AltameaseN. NEW SMYRNA BEACH _
JAKE GODBOLD at the North Florida social security Bue, and Bernard W. Kin- Michael W. Williams.OUTOFSTATE 'TLA."iTANPl>1Gov..
office it will be a day sey. Elmer Lester G. Maddox has threatened -

in keeping with-.the of trial and trouble On this day PORT ST. JOE William Bryant Jr., Corona, N.Y.;Warren to close down a work camp

THE ONE MAN WHO CAN LEAD ALL THE PEOPLE ,jet age in which we are living. we are moving to our office on A. Fain and Sarah A. Riley D. Bryant, Itta Bena,Misl.; after four escaped Negro convicts -
the second floor of the new FOWL" LAUDERDALE :-- Raymond E. Enynog, Nigeria, surrendered to him and
Tredinnlck is seeking to fill ''Federal Building at 400 W. McArthur Burns, Betty Eth- ,W. Africa; Chamberlain Ferguson told of mistreatment at the
the office of Commission of
Bay St.Friday. Islington, Ontario; camp.
ridge, John D. Kelly, Bernice'
Finance Parks and Zoos
Is the day we have set F. Randalll Arthur Walker Claudette W. Glover, Bedford, The fugitives were identified
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: ''l'j' Group 1, to replace George aside to get everyones desk in Warren Davis,Jacqueline Pope, Ind; Annie R. Harris, George as Booker T. Gary, 20; Mac
} 1' Carrison who was appointed the proper place, get the files John Turner, and Willie C.Ben E. Collier and Freddie Wood- Arthur Davis, 26; Douglas May
,, to the post by the City Council. set up and in general take time son. son, Savannah, Ga.; Madle A. 24; Twiggs county and Henry

'1 I to find the best way to get things ST. PETERSBURGMoods Berry, Freeport, N.Y.;Richard Lewis Jackson,22,all of Macon
; The young Insurance executive ,done In your new space. Whilewe Blount, Johnnie M. Brown, .McCreary, Evergreen, Ala; E.' The four complained punish

i previously served on the are doing this we are not Willie C. Cook, Lois H.Halley, Gerald Parker, Newark, N.J.; ment in solitary confinement,
Council which
City during period forgetting that some people will Bessie E.R. Kirnes, Carolyn Fleming Samuels, Richmond,. a lack of rest room facilities,
he chalked record of
up a and have business to see about. We L.T. Macon, Shirley M. Proctor Va.; Livingstone. Sykes m, no visitor privileges, mall delivery -

in aggressive the forefront leadership of the blueprints was will keep our old office open on Betty... Thompson, Bobby Lanett, Ala.; James A. Turk,' only once a week, and 12

I:! for of the improvements May fifth, but will only have a Thompson, Loretta Y. Clarke, Brewtlbm Ala.; Cyrilla Miles working hours from 6 to 6.Go' .
i" many ,very few employeees to handle Mae OWe Clemonsand Char lie and Ruby L. Hunt, Birming Maddox said he believed
"" that have come about In
.1. .j recent any business that comes up.Because L. Mlnton. ham, Ala; David N. Addison, "there is a lot of truth in their
years. of this we are asking MARIANNA Robert McEl- Springfield Gardens, N.Y.; statement"

street One of and primary sewer problem concern which is the people to try and find some roy, Dorothy L.s. Harris, Barbara Peter L'. Wilson, New York, "If they're telling the truth
other day to visit the social Y.H. Long, Georgia D. N. Y. this camp ought to be shut
confronts the
City of Jackson Also Elian Brown Galveston down."
,
seer
vile Moultrie, and Joe L. White
security office. Our new office
LIVE OAK Richard L.
He that streets and
says sew will be open to the public on Mayhue and Mercy Felder. WHEN
ers...today in Jacksonville are YOU ARE ILL
MEN- Monday, May eight, at 8:30a.m.'
ViteJ "On if Americas Oitiiiiil Yiiif among the worst in the State. MADISON-Mary.Edwards,
ready for business as usual. Villa Franklin Ulysses Glee
Much money has been wastedby ,
Our hours will remain the Helen B. Williams James Edwards
Presiiiit if Dnthirs which have
costly
Iii been repairs same as th7 have been in the and Cora L. Peacock 'You\Seek The Best Doctor, ;
Brad *
only temporary. '
past houtl'ai.. When Your Doctor Prescribes.
our weekday MONTICELLO Mattte F.
Tredinnlck has a of
Presided BIJS Clik if Diul Cinly preventative maintenance program that from 8.30; a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bryant and Joanne M. Hugans. Get Experienced Pharmacist lI
According To Your Doctor's
and we are open Saturday mornings OPA LOCKA Betty Jean
will result in
streets and sewers.permanent good from 9.00: a.m. to noon. Webb, John Williams, Ronald Orders.. We Use.Orly The Best

,Caipaifi Ckiirui, 1SI6-S7 Miseilir Distropif" Appnl Drill a t'e:must says today, slum if we clearance are to have.. is something While moving to be slightly nearly dreaded always Smith.GREENVILLE Evelyn L.Miller. 'Quality Drugs.

tomorrow Brad and Is always a lnconviencewe C. E. SLACK, Proprietor
progress ,
looking forward to being In
are CHATTAHOOCHEE Joyce
HE HAS HELPED OTHERS LET HIM HELP YOU positive Tredinnlck plan, will to eliminate Introduce this a our new office and having much' A. Quarterman. S Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA

blight Finally from Tredinnlck our city. avers thata make needed our space.work This a move great should deal .BELLE Ford, GLADE Clementine-Prultt MaryJ. r--.....,--.- COMPLETE LINE OF--......-..._...

easier, and of course bring us, Hoover Tolbert, and Lorain II.
great city cannot prosper and the chance to give better service McDonald. Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
VOTE GODBOLD .
advance unless all of Its citizens '
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PALMETTO OzeU Acker-
regardless of coloror PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND
race DELIVERED -
wna! creed, enjoy the same op- fJorl a. man, George E. McKinney and

.. ; Harris D. Wells.
portunltteiftjoft employment, Lilly's Drug Store
housing recreation and Justice HAVANA- Mlckens.. .

COUNCIL Pd. Political Ad. WARD' 1l 1 citizenship.which go to make up first class :Fight: Cancer. Edward FORT MYERS-Ellenwood, Char.etta and LeQa L,' 1907 KINGS ROAD EI3J276PICE' I


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GROWTH-The quest for first class citizenship by this time Rutledge. Many risked spending a night In Jail for tie cause NO PETS--No phase of public service or faculty missed press editorialized about and others Just talked about. Here
had caught nearly everyone. Clergymen, many of whom In the of freedom .Pearson's constant jabbering for equal rights and opportunities. members picket City HalL
I past were lackadasical, grew strong and stood firm behind Pearson put Into action the fight for rights which the Negro I

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e> s campaign to desegregate Duval Schools, the home of a Negro M i HMt supporters, Henry Roberta as ne is about 10 entrain for me un. .-.
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ADMIRATION-Rutledge is congratulated by J. Phillip Randolph
one of the,foremost Negro leaders of our time.


THE FLORIDA STAR Joins with the thousands of citizens:
throughout Jacksonville and the state of Florida In payinga
,, final tribute to Rutledge 0. Pearson who fell In the line
\ of duty following a brief and turbulent career In the fight
for human dignity that goes with the attainment of first class
citizenship.The: .
pictorial tribute above merely depicts the Incidents
S In which be was Involved, but only the future will record
4 the results of his Involvements.We .
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BOGS MAN-ferrsoo poses vita t the boss, NAACPexecuUve family for their and Floridalns'lnvaluable loss.
secretary: Roy Wilkins during his visit to Jacksonville for the mm m mmmmm*** FINALE:-Possibly>> his last public act was when be appeared .-
s e annual banquet. At left are.his older brother Lloyd and his before city officials with Dr. C.L. McNair and another Jason Eric 0. Simpson
-ems.,. 'wife, Miry Ann. At extreme right is Lewis Carter of the JGEO. mmmitmmm l fmimmimmmm complaining of police brutality. Editor and-Publisher ,


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I Mayor- LOlls H. Ritter Called "The Mae Who Grew UB With The City" Of Jicksoiville


Mayor Louis H. Ritter who into politics;" He was just about ''started talking about paving there helping to the audltorlum..time was when another thing," be went on, AI Engineer..KO lot o Political
is seeks | a full term sad 25 then and he had some difficulty streets and improving sewers right bring you couldn't get a flea circus "Lou is Just a darn nice fellow:
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the city of Jacksonville was last getting Ills name on (heballots. and drainage", like he had about have many improvementsthat about in to come to Jacksonville he ain't stiff and uppity and I HBOT BIOADSTREET
week labeled "the man. who He fought them oft said, never beard anybody talk be come be recent ...But that's all different now. don't think there's an ounce of ,
pew with the city" the 'old pro and went Into the fore. Old pro said In those '. years.Hall "Look that said Jacksonville is t big town andit prejudice in him, except
It was t active civic worker, City; Council as the ydungest days he never missed a commission 'a City building any- looks like a big town. WUafs maybe he prefers Florida CITY
who though not so old, bad .man' in the history of did Cow or council meeting. body can be proud?of..you' he ever more skyskrapers and comingup oranges to the California grown
old asked"Hump"
seen Jacksonville crow over Ford, (to hold an office). The point the politically wise seen the one And every dayl I brand." CIMMISSI9I
the past 20 years. At 29, in 1955 he moved up one was trying to make was that he humped that The Wise One scratched his As a final word the Old Pro
The old man went bock to the to the City Commission as .Jacksonville had come a long new library It sumptn oughtago ear "Now I'm not trying to ventured a prediction "You
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time, back In 1951, when "Lou"as Commissioner of Highways and ways from the fifties when Lou what In about there the sometime Coliseum and and tell you Lou did BlL All Pmt warms know something", he IP. 3, llCIim t SEIEIS
he called him," was J Jut Sewers. Young and aggressive, went into office and he Vas telling you that he was there said "I'll bet you the citizens
a. young squirt trying to break "this young squirt", be said, and he helped heaps And are gonna vote him In on the *
first primary.
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FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEDGED- the appointed Mayor, Lou Ritter visits a headstart ON THE JOB-Mayor Ritter as Commissioner of Highways and (liCiT IN YOUR OVN
program of Jax children under the anti-poverty program. Ritter who spearheaded the Sewers initiated a drainage program to relieve the city of t
I effort to bring frederal funds under the Office of Equal Opportunity Is seen inspecting drainage problems is seen inspecting work on 18th and Myrtle IIYIXC HIM)
one of the facilities With him are Mrs. Charles Brooks, Headstart official, GJEO Director Ave., which has ended the flooding .t 16th and Myrtle and .

Gordon Bunche, Projector Director ,Adrian Oliver and mID K. Rothschild.pre- surrounding area. LIYINfi CAIN
silent of the GJEO.

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\ CL DE8 A NEW City R.Roberts RecorderRobert ,well-known don't student know. We blurted can't get out it, on"I CALL TODAY! 768-3200
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IF / spoort of citizens: In his bid
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m INSTANT MOUNT 1hro.;o 'enterCF ,..,
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Roberts who enjoys a fine relationship Installation! "foR"'. .horrid, servicing. model
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Pull wlndiw i lenv beck T-I40
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Fill double hung windows
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this means from 21" to 36V '140
of this publication their sup-
because he realizes that it
Rising Costs'' Can Reduce Your Home Savings! port will be virtually impossible\ to AMERICAN MADE EMERGENCY AUTO FLASHES CONTROL'
personally contact all of his BATTERIESEvery.RsaeV Converts parking end toil lights en ..
A new home will probably never cost less than it does right now. Homo prices are rising friends in the Negro areas. #216" vehicles with directional/ Ighti tofloiWng e

-as they have always done. He served briefly as Justice Or 49C small t volt warning or 12 volt lights.W.teml Operates
of the Peace under appointmentby Burftti #20$ Simple Iratalkitlon Inttructloni '
Take advantage of these rising prices buy now and watch the value of your home Gov. Farris Bryant when

increase. Instead of waiting while your savings try to catch up. Justice of the Peace George
iI. .., Harris was removed from r "SpaceAge"WALKIE CONTACT
Immediate; 100% financing Is available to all qualified property. owners at Jim Walter office. His handling of cases in
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an afford it this time.and you can make even bigger dollar savings by doing some of the Interior finishing your governmental agencies" were EACH
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self. You may purchase packages of Interior finish materials from Jim Walter and Install them yourself...purchase taxes, /
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I Northwestern? High School Is Scene Of State Track And Field Meet Ii




local ,High Schools: Are Hosts Nigh JuMp Artls I FAMU's (Olympics Hope WORLD News i iLUSAKA. 1..1


I To First Stale Meat !II 27 Yrs. Kenneth Browa 1 y Zambia-N, apartheid -system in -force/ I

Labor Day In Zambia was observed At the UN, it is contesting
Local high schools vlll be hosts for the State Track and ,Is FAMU's H'olFor I, :. on Monday, May 1,underan attempts to wrest from its coo1
Field Meet this weekend at Northwestern Junior High School .. ... .r official decree from the trol South-West Africa, which
Track 4errrrr Ministry of Home affairs Inline it holds under the defunct Lea
Friday, the Class "A" meet petted to be back to defend 68 Olynpic S with the amended Public gue of Nations mandate. Local
will be held, and Saturday their title.Northwestern"team Holidays Act 011911. However it Is
ly, tightening Immigration'controls
Class, "AA" teams will take was In town last month to participate :: : r- i ..Ca.. In
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.,-,\tall ; .,... gaining t holiday, Zambians to curb Illegal entry;
the spotlight; This vlll be the
In the Bob Hayes Meet, and lanky sophomore transplant will lose no.ot this year, and rigging a ban oabroadeast-
first state meet held In the city which it won for the second
but
-ed from Oakland, Calif., next To be dropped In Au. lag of any material "which
for approximately 27 years. year In a row. The Magic City be Florida AIM University's may 1 gust ((7)) Bank Holiday. disturbs the peace, order or;
Schools represented In the team racked a total of 120
up public safety" of the country
new hope for the 1968 Olympics.
meet had to quality In Regional points In the meet. The closest ON ALL FRONTS
Meet held throughout the William Raines with Kenneth Brown doesn't run as
was
pursue
JOHANNESBURGNPI( })-
fast as Bob Hayes but he Jumps I
state last weekend. The first 82 points. For further information South
Africa Is busy on all
t lot higher and If he gets any VOTEVETERANS :
places from the meets are contact Coach E.S.Kltchlngs fulfillment fronts fighting to keep Its ,
higher, of a We.lone -
eligible to enter the weekend at Raines, official'
event. host. dream may be achieved.
This Brown has already set three
year's thlnclads will be
shooting for Florida Inter meet high Jumo records,and according i
scholastic Athletic Association Ju Driver Enters to FAMY bead track
official state records, which coach Bobby Lang he is no where OVER-Kenneth Brown, Florida AIM University sophomore from Oakland, California*
120 hurdles near his potential as a high clears the bar easily at 6'8" as he prepare for the Penn Relays. Brown has set three THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER .
are: yard high ,Harrey COLLEGE
Narln, Miami Northwestern Porch 911) Car In jumper. In the Jesuit Invitational meet records this year Including: a 7' 11/2" Jump in the South Carolina State College Re INCA
14.6 100 and The University Florida lays.
; yard dash,
Eugene Milton, Howard, Ocala Relays Ken set high Jump records Of 630 DAVIS ST.
; Paul Revere 'Grind Is Now Taking ;
of 6'8 3/4" and 6'11/t ,
one mile run, Eugene Bell, respectively 2 Aggie Basketeers Before Execution Selma U. President
t
North Dade, Opalocka; 220 yard
dash, Edward Keel, Miami; 440 DAYTONA BEACH.A Porsche It was at the South Carolina Killer Charges Bias Reportedly ResignedSELMA
911 to be driven Peter 'State College Relays that Brown Applications For
yard dash, Johnny Brown Mays, by Assigned To Africa Us
Goulds; 180 yard low hurdles, Gregg of Jacksonville, Fla.,. ,served notice to the track world SAN QUENTIN, Calif.--Dr. it itt t
Acey Peters, Carver, Miami is the first under t liter car that he may be something spec Two star basketball players A convicted cop killer who asserted James H. Owens, president of
and Harvey Nairn, Miami to enter the Paul Revere 250 ial and should bear close watch with the ALT College Aggies that racial discrimination 75-year old Selma Universityhas t
Northwestern; 88 pole vault, track-road race, scheduled for ing In the future. He high Jump nave been selected for special bad doomed him to die was resigned as head of the Veteran Class. !!
Thomas Whitter, Mays,Goulds, a midnight start at Daytona ed 71 1/2" and wasn't feeling assignments this summer in gassed to death In the nation's famous Baptist-sponsored Institution.
and James Denmar, Jewltt International Speedway on July well when he did It. The feat Africa with the Operation first 1967 execution. i
alone was enough to make him Aaron Mitchell 37 had While no official announcement The '
C. been
Florencevllla. 3.The Crossroads Africa. Size Of Our Classes j
Also, 880 yard run, James Paul Revere will be followed the most valuable player of the Sylvester "Soapy" Adams, fighting for his life ever sincehe has been made, the resignation :. i
Smith Miami by the ninth annual running meet. killed rookie was learned from *
Northwestern; Brooklyn, N.Y., forward, and reportedly policeman '
shot put, Homer Boatwright, of the Firecracker 400 Setting records is not a new Carl Hubbard, Danville, Va., Arnold Gamble In a .authenic sources. !
for late model NASCAR Grand trend for Brown. In 1965 while a Selma University, sponsored
Rocbelle Lakeland In Sacramento four
fight
; high Jump, co-captain and playmaker, both gun
National at 10 senior at Castleman High In by the Alabama Baptist State Is Limited Law.
Michael Hart, Miami Northwestern cars a.m., on Juniors, last week signed upfor years ago. By !
; discus, George Hudson July 4.The Oakland, he high trumped 6'8 the Gov. Ronald Reagan rejecteda convention, Is located in the
Miami Northwestern; long first entrant In the Paul 1/2" to set the state prep re program.The two will be part of a last-minute appeal to save his :heart of the Alabama Black
Jump, Thomas Whltter;880 yard Revere In the over liter class cord. The California Prep Writ team of eight star player from life "The law Is the law and .Belt. Dr. U.J. Robinson is president
relay, Miami Northwestern;440 was Curtis Turner of Charlotte, ers Association voted him leading colleges and universities must be upheld," he declared. of the sponsoring convention Enroll Now To Be Sure ,Of
yrard relay, Union Academy, N.C., who'll handle Jots Chit. "prep of the week"and"prep of expected also to Mitchell, whose last words which claims to represent -
Bartow; mile relax Mays; wood's new Camaro over the the year." He was later selected include: Lew Alclndor of UCLA were reported to be,"I'm Jesus 450,000 Negro Baptist
Speedway's 3.81 mile interna to the high school All-Amer- Christ had that be in Alabama
sprint medley relay, Lincoln, and Dave Newmark of Columbia charged Place.
Tallahassee tlonal course. lean Track Team. University, which will conduct wouldn't have been "In this spot Founder's Day was celebratedat
The defending champions, Turner Is expected to be Joinedby Lang sets no limit on Brown's basketball clinics and work had he been white. Selma University last April
Northestern of Miami, are ex- other NASCAR stars, manyof capacity to jum; "The ground closely with national teams beIng "It's pretty hard to understand 18.
was soft in the South Carolina Rev. Owens was rounding out CALL 355-9874
whom lave: expressed a de- promoted by serval African that similar people>> In similar
-Ire and willingness to run laDe State Relays and I'm sure that nations. circumstances are not being his 10th year' as president of
This winter, when your car I Paul Revere at midnight if be had Jumped off an asphalt The group will visit the following punished as bard as you are the S.U. 'e
spins' at the curb, try this and Firecracker 400 ten hours floor, he would have gone much African countries: Mauetanla .
measure from the later. higher," Lang said. "We realize -
emergency I Chad, Central Africa DOLLAR' "
Catholic Digest: give the fender The Paul Revere Is for the that we have something Republic; Senegal and Cam "YOUR
behind each wheel a solid kick "baby grand nationals cars" special in him and we're going
The dirt loosened from the blow which ran In the Daytona Trans. to bring along slowly, meet by eroun.Rudy D'Amico,beaeS basketball BUYS MORE r
meet, and hope for the best y
might be enough to give traction American 300 here in February.The coach at Brooklyn College, will A J
added the FAMU track
op the ice. competition In the over 2 coach. ,head the proJect. The group will /
leter class Is among the Mustangs Brown would like nothing bet depart for Africa on June 10 AT YOUR, BANNER i /
ter topartlclpate In the 1968
Darts Barracudas
Cougars, and return on August 25.
and Camaros, and In the Olympics. "It would be the fulfillment ,
,Watch under liter category Porscheand of a lifelong dream for Raines FOOD SlORE't n i?
C Yikins : | PRICES GOOD
AU -Romeo are the dominant me, he said "This Is one of QUANTITY
L Tlils4Clown machines the reasons why I chose FAMU', I "WHTSWWEVSD THiouoMATOiDArFLORIDA
Wins title ear HOME TOWN GROCER" ? .
>
.e Gregg's 911 has proved to be- If FAMU can produce a track "YOUR ,
,a, highly competitive car. star like Bob Hayes, I figured
44 72 32 that maybe they can help me. >\ the William M. Raines VIkings .'
The Jacksonville driver Is re- feel I won the baseball title in
that have made the right GRIPE "A" MEDIIN
cognlted as one of the most decision In choosing FAMU. the Group 4 Baseball activity I '
X6311'I 1& talented Porsche drivers In the The 1968 Olympics is a long from the Howard High School 011.llMii .
country and the Speedway's way off and the Penn Relays are Wlldbulls of Ocala by a 5-4 .
,9 3.81-mlle circuit is no mystery this week "I hope that invita ,score on the strength of Jerry E G GS 19 I

2 I banks to and him.straights He has ,ridden and its Its tions around to the other country major will track be meets com. Ramsey's of the seventh homerun Inning In the bottom '10111 WITH $$5.00 IR MIRE Fill ,IRIEI
l\
J. winding Infield road, many ing to me soon," Brown said, The Wildbulls bad held the _
times. In 1968 Gregg won two Brown Vikings scoreless and bltless
1 : 4 Isthinking one meet aft
SCCA national races over the time, but FAMU fans would like for five Innings until the Vikings WILSIN CERTIFIEI SK.XEIHAM 1
layout, one of hem being the nothing better than to see another scored four runs In the
13 244 .11 celebrated Paul Whiteman Rattler win a gold medalin bottom of the sixth to tie the '
;, trophy race the 1968 Olympic Games., score and set the stage for Ram WIOIE H IAIF 11.: 48'C
75 31 22 The Paul Revere carries a sey's second homerun of the I
purse of $10,000, not counting season.
Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes- accessory money, and has been' The victory set up showdown
He's Down, He Adds,Subtract(; enthusiastically received by the battle between the Stanton Blue -
He works It all around. Trans American series Devils who had defeated Douglas MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT J
drivers and owners. The Mustangs Anderson by a 9-5 score.In .
l1-32-I! and Cougars: are factory the championship game, the '
backed, and drivers Include Vikings gave up two first Innings
COMING ATTRACTIONS such men as Dan Gurney, Par- runs, and went on to pound a COFFEE OI.IIDI4f': : : !

I 13 -/ 41 l 61 nelli Dick Jones Thompson., Jerry Tit us and Dr. w !13 host hits of,Blue Including Devil pitchers four extra for (LIMIT'1 1 WITH $5.00 )

The race shouts provide a' ,bases. The Stanton's shaky defense .
N'S'DAYSNUMIERED, spectacular addition to the and the Vikings hit .
Speedway's July 4thraclngpro- barrage enable the Vikings to '
gram. smother the Blue Devils by a

,17-6 score.Winning GIANT lax
pitcher In the championship DETERGENT 3CJ
'Man's Days are Numbered COLLEGES NOWADAYS ore i Jerome
was I
,Health and Fortune Can Be phasizing\ education. One j Hutcherson,game who came on In LIMIT 1 1111.$11.00Ii

Yours When You Know Your university has become so strictit I relief oil U U-' .Unm...........n .I... .h........ MHE FMI HBEIMQXOCRAM
Lucky Days., won't allow a basketball HIT MAKER: Former Los ihld.Inning: ; 7
player his letter unless he con Angeles high school track star Eddie Wilson came on In the
Ducky Colors, etc. tell which one it !i.. Catholic Ditea. .Brenton Wood now leaping to second inning of the first game IEL MINTE 1; ,
Send $%.00 for your ,fame with "The Oogum Boo- against Ocala to take the credit 5
Horoscope Guide for gum Song" will soon appearin for victory In the game.

,May eyr: his first motion picture., The wins over Howard and RICE ll. PIG 33 PEACHES CALORIES '
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I his teacher. "Mn. Alien could Lincoln High of Gainesville, I

NAME ."f 'you please tell me what we, Group 3, Class "AA" champions 1
STREET I t': learned today? Became when I and a possible trip tothe MONTE

pATE OF BIRTH + get home, my mommy ts tare to state tournament to be held In, $
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SPORTS PARADEMOBBED Program To CirbDrownings Recipient, Of The '" Order Of The Owl" Awerd.I'i Athletic Department' AGGIE CHAMPS

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In Dival Gels Helping Hind GIVEN HONORSGREENSBOROALT

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BY TEAMMATESSAN
College
: FRANCECO-(NPr-Wllt Chamberlain great standout The Duval County Chapter of From FAMU's Preiy varsity teams III'basketball,
all season, was mobbed by jubilant teammates his dress- the American Red Cross has celnunlng and rlflery two of
Lag room last week after his all-round playing led the PhIla-
started FLA. 'Hie
a new program this TALLAHASSEE them CIAA champions were
delphia 76ers, to their first National Basketball Association _
summer Operation N.OJ emergence of prlng sports u a honored last week at a dinner
championship. After the 76er, defeated the San Francisco Warriors "No Other Drownings." major phase of the Florida session at Holiday Inn, South.
125-122. In the playoff series final in the Cow Palace William H. Shearin ffl, Water AIM University overall sports The Rifle Team this spring
before 15,612 tans. Wilt was subjected to much backslapplng Services Director the hand
Safety program got a helping captured the title in the conference -
and a champagne dousing In 76ers, dressing room. Duval County Chapter and Mrs.. from FAMU's preside Dr. Championships at

WINS Fin Hyman, safety chairmanof George W. Gore athletic Washington, was presented by
AWARD
the Jacksonville Women's x director Aj. "Jake" it coach, Sgt. W.R. Anderson
NEW YORK-NPl-Basketball's superstar Wilt Chamberlain !; { ir .x
Pilot Club are directing the Caliber during the first annual The Swimming Team, was Introduced -
cf the newly crowned world champions Philadelphia 76efs,
.
program. Spring Sports Banquet.The by its coach, Forriest
of the National Basketball Association last week was voted Other person from various banquet honored all spring Willis.
winner of the Hickok"Professional Athlete of the Month" award
will assist in
areas carrying sports participants including The Basketball Team,coachedby
for March. In the balloting by the nation's sports writers and out the program. Among them members of the baseball,bas Cal Irvin, after closing out

broadcasters Wilt outpolled runner-up Bobby Hull of the are: Julius Gulnyard,American ketball, golf, track, swimming, the repair season in fourth
Chicago Black Hawks hockey team, 222-115. Red Cross Water Safety In-' and tennis teams. The Rattlers place won the CIAA Tournament -

structor of the Jacksonville were conference champions in crown in the champion-
SUSPENDED FOR BOYCOTT Recreation Department and tennis golf, and track in 1966, ships played here In Greens-
LONG BEACH Calif.-(NPI)-Their protest boycott of a
Julian "Bill" Walton, American basketball conference champions boro.
track meet on a behalf of a fellow Negro student, last week
Red Cross water safety in 1966-67 and the baseball Several of the players were
led to the suspension of 36 Negro members from the track Instructor of the Duval County, team has woo the conference singled out for special awards,
team of the Long Beach High School The 36 had boycottedthe Recreation Department. championship six times Ted Campbell most
Including: ,
meet to protest of to the Negro student
alleged brutality
The purpose of operation during the past seven years. valuable player; William Gil-
by a white teacher. They had charge the teacher with using NOD is to reduce drowning Gaither promised all of the men top rebounder; Sylvester'

"unnecessary force" in restraining! the jiegro pupil who had In Duval County this summer. participants that they would, Adams, high scorer; Carl Hub-

,been fighting with a white student. In 1965, 414 persons drowned have a banquet every year in bard, most unselfish Daryl

in the state of Florida, in Duval their honor. According to Cherry, outstanding freshman;
TRIES INTEGRATING County alone there were 23d Galther, "This past year we. George Mack, best all-round
MONTGOMERY Ala.-(NPI>While ex-Gov. George Wallace .have participated In 57 events James Montgomery most improved -.
was traveling up North to Syracuse N.Y., to preach "state next week editionof and won 44 of them. I doubt and Essroy Watts, best
rights," a Negro youth was trying to Integrate the football the star, the FLORIDA whether any college In the coun team attitude.
'team of the University of Alabama. He Is Dock Ronem trying STAR, the first in a series' trycan make that statement, Members of the Tournament

out, for the team coached by Paul (Bear) Bryant. Rone a of "learn to swim articles TV star and comedian i Bill Cosby left, and Dr. Mlllard r:. uiadfelter, president of Temple In his closing remarks Dr., Team were presented champ'

linebacker candidate, stands 5-foot-S and weighs 185 pounds. written by GulnyardandWalton, University, right bold plaque signifying the "Order of the Owl" award presented to Cosby; Gore said that be ..oulcIlIke lonship watches by Dr. Lewis.

will be published. by Temple University's General Alumni Association at Temple's annual Founder's DIn- to see lights for all of the C. Dowdy, president of the College. I
BANNED IN BRITAIN Each month, May June July ner on Saturday'April 8, 196.", at the Bellevue Stratfrod Hotel Philadelphia. sports. "would like to lightup I
. LONDON-NPI-Perhaps recalling that ex-heavyweight and August will be specialproject Center Is Nathan C. Barr, president of the Alumni Association who presented the awardto this hill. We have lights Dr. Artis P.Graves chairman I
boxing champion Sonny Liston had "cut" an exhibition tour months with emphasis Cosby at the dinner. The "Order of the Owl" honors Temple alumni who "have attain- for football, and now we're of the ALT Athletic Committee :
of Britain in 1964 to return home in a huff, British officials1 on a specific aquatic hazard. ed a respected position In their community, professional or business life and have in this going to think about some light presided.
'last week slapped a ban on Liston without even bothering to For further information pertaining manner brought honor to the University" .for the baseball diamonds.

,immediately explain the reason. to this program con- cosby, a former track and football star at Temple University, left the University In his The spring sports participants -

tact your local Red Cross Chap junior year to enter show.business. gave a thundering applause Des Moines Citizens
Toil Collafe Foothill Combes ter, 2525 Riverside Ave. to the announcementsfor

196768. Next year the Back Open Housing
swimming pool will be enclosed -

Set For FAMU ,Coitkiig' Cliiic Table Tennis Assn. IRS Moves To New Federal Building to provide year-round DES MOINES Iowa-(NPI)-

swimming and four new all- A
"good neighbor" campaign
TALLAHASSEE Fla.-Six of the top>>college football coaches In Holds ExhibitionsThe JACKSONVILLE FLA.- IRS: the move was completed.IRS The official mailing addressis weather tennis courts will be was held locally In an effort

the country and one of the wlnningest high school coaches in was the first agency to move will opened business at the 400 West Bay Street, Jacksonville ready. to promote open housing.

Florida have accepted invitations to serve on the faculty of the Jacksonville Table Tennis into the new Federal Building new Federal Building at Pearl' Florida 32202 and the A key part of the campaign was'

23rd annual Coaching Clinic at Florida AIM University June Association put on a grand exhibition located at 400 W. Bay Street and Bay Streets Monday April new telephone number for tax- All Weather Courts the signing of pledges supporting -

12.15' of their skills during aj] oPDonnell, Jr., IRS District 24. Mr. O'Donnellltated that payer assistance la 791-2641. the "moral and constitutional -
Vince Dooley, the young bead went on to play in bowl gamesat the annual Wilder Table Tennis Director of Florida announced as a convenience to the taxpayers T TALLAHASSEE Fla.-Four right (of all) to pur-

coach at the University of. the end of the season. They matches held here recently. last week. the Taxpayer Assistance all-weather tennis courts are in chase or ent a home or an
Georgia, has needed only three defeated the University of Southern TIll big move began last Friday area will be locatedon apartment anywhere without
The event was held at the BONDS store for Florida MM University -
to put the life first floor of the )build BUY( Q. s. $SAVINGS! limitations based
Bull-
years Georgia California 00-7)), Georgia Wilder Community Center witha and conlnued over the students during the 196'(-6S on race, religion -
dogs on a lot of coaches minds. ((7-6)), and Florida ((21.16)). large number of participants.The weedend around: the clock until ing. HfHLRE YOU WORK OR BANK school term. The 1966 Rattler or national origin."
His first team in 1964 was run- Doug Dickey's 1966 Tennessee About 900 persons signed
event was sponsored the tennis team was 1966 cochampions -
ner-up to the national championsfrom ) football team was ranked ninth pledges"In which they agreed
Jacksonville Recreation De- American of the SIAC with Clark'
NAACP
Alabama in the Southeastern best Inanll.memberconferen- partment.The Justice Dept. Legal Action College and presently Is undefeated to "welcome Into my neighborhood

Conference race and defeated ce at the beginning of the sea following members of the in 1967. any responsible person."
Texas Tech in the Sun Bowl.In son. At the end of the season Jax Table Tennis Associationtook Largest Civil RightsOrganizatioa
Probing .In
1966 the Bulldogs sported a the Volunteers were ranked part In the matches: Andy Against NAACP LOVE Buy U. S.
9-1 record and defeated South- seventh nationally final polls love Istdxeatlse Savings
Walker Doc Russel S. Porter "The wiy to anything Bonds
ern Methodist in the Cotton Bowl ,of both AP and UPI wire ser and J1. Villanova. Powell Case JACKSONVILLE FIa.A that it might be.lost,"
".9. vices. The SEC rewarded Doug NEW YORK- The NAACP ,
in the exhibition
Miami's Charlie Tate Participating oldes and largest civil rights circuit court judge has dismissed -
pilotedthe by voting him coach of the year.
matches were: Thomas Barton, W ASHlNGToN-NPl-( unconstitutional legal .. .. .. __... .
has as .
Hurricanes to an21 season Other members of the faculty organization In America ... '," .. u..., "
Sheila
the nation's number ninth include: Don Fuoss assistant Hightower, Debora Justice Department moved into launced a major campaign of action brought here against the ,.fIt" "'
Dixon, Regina Gulnyard, Lawrence the deadlocked Powell affair NAACP for Inducing "
allegedly
support for PresldentJobnson'sproposed
rank and
bowl
a championship. the
coach at Purdue University( :
Dixon, Foster Turner, last week and threatened to 1967 civil rights legislation parents to keep their child .
Tale's 1966 team has the distinction
big ten representative In the- .. I I.
Fred
Carter Joseph Turner, make it "a whole ball ,
of teams that1 new ren out of school to protest
beatlngthree Rose Bowl). Leon Harold
Jones. Mathes. game." Roy Wilkins executive direc- segregated facilities jI
Daniel Zigler, Walter Green, The department, which began tor of the 5S-year.oIdNAAACP In October 1966. the Boardof ',

Jr., William 1..Dixon Clarence a full-cale Investigationof 'which has a membership of Public Instruction of Duval : /; ...'i.

Gallon, Willie Turner Billy'Hart Adam Clayton Powell's alleged about 450,000 in 50 states, announced County Fla., brought action t. ... .

James Edwards Bruce wrongdoings could spur on April 19, that his against the NAACP and U other '1;:_ ..... ...,. ,. ;
AUTO Howard, and Mack Clark. 'members of the House of Representatives organization has had reprintedfor persons to enjoin them from i'' "'".. ..,j' .l..t}(
Among the spectators were: to take action one distribution inducing parents to keep their r ar till. Ldrgi4lvd'es!%r. ,,1t'f
national copiesof >> ........._. ....... _
Mrs. Viola Brown and Miss way or another. President Johnson's special children out of school March .. 4,. A. .... .._.. .ttl

Emma J. Hlghtower supervisor The ousted Congressmanwas civil to the Con- and October of 1966.NAACP Hilt TIlE BEUEJ'EllS: .
rights
message ,,. .
of recreation. J. Guln re-elected in a smashing victory General Counsel Robert I//Ii. it l/i. Ian tnfh e/ tin t. nUtJ/ Oyr Seems /""
gress. In /he R months hat run nut V'. sura..t ,''"., rt""T Nark *P
INSURANCENew yard conducted the ear ent.U238 after being excluded from The civil rights message delivered L. Carter Miss Joan nnir.
the House. He is presently to the Congress Feb. Franklin! of his staff and EarlM. roll 7'UE f'ON.DEiJf'ERSif' ,
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to U-235: marking time to tee what action 15, 1967, Is reprinted in a 7x10 Johnson of Jacksonville,represented are hnplf tn mnnunrt that around tt.. art faint.la no Bute
la rnur thtm for rear enrapment.Sra
If any the House Intendsto inch booklet with a excerpt on the defendants who eprM .. .. .
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Policy Now Available Costliest Process take- whether' to bar him the covering which states that also IncludedRutledge Pearson, Sony-nodal:: ApilicMcol, Fli..--
Qajlily Tk" Ti"rr-
,. Atomic weapons can be made again, or extend a Invitation to "The bullets at the battlefront president of the NAACP Jacksonville $550
from uranium or plutonium,the him to take his seat and then do not discriminate-but the Branch and Florida SHELL OYSTERS IUSHEL.

10/20/5 Liability Free SR-22 Filings Catholic Digest state. The mete out "such punishment as landlords at home do. The packof NAACP State Conference and SELECT FOR FRYING PINTS 9 l"
bomb dropped on Hiroshimawas it deems fit and proper>> the Negro soldier is as heavy Wendell Holmes chairman of

From $7.50 per month, payable monthly a uranium bomb; that on Before the department moved as the white soldier's-but the the education committee of the' STANDARD FOR STEWING FT:925LONG !
Nagasaki, a plutonium. Into the case full speed, House burden his family at home bears branch.
members appeared to be set to is far heavier." In a joint statement Issued
Uranium exists in nature STANDOUT LOCAL FAVORITI
plutonium does not. But it isrnuch ; deny Powell his seat again. The 15-page booklet also contains Immediately following Judge CAUGHT TIME Off MAYPORT

ROBERT TRAVIS more difficult to produce However when the department a statement by Mr. Wilkins Roger J. WaybrlghP! decision WHITING
uranium for than to announced it s inquiry many calling for passage of the to dismiss the action Tuesday BOAT 35
weapons Congressman said they would 1967 civil rights bills which April 18, the civil rights lawy- Pan Trout lb
produce Only seven Small
& Associates in rlutonium. uranium withhold judgment until the Investigation would outlaw discrimination in ers said:
parts Is completed housing, strengthen existing "As a result of this decision
will fission This '
easily.
Thus, the Justicedepartment's i t 1 i Federal criminal laws against Boards of Education are JUST.ARRIVED

#10 Collier BIdg. 07 The%rest is called is uranium uranium 238.235.To active could have an unexpected Interference with Federal stripped of one means to LIVE CRABS ... .,.. .. ... .. eI 100 m MX.u.39.

transform U.238 to U.235 is. effect, if it clears Powell.Congressmen rights! and ban discriminationin threaten parents who absent KEG WEST GRUNTS . ..... '
who hesitated to give the selection of Federal their children from schools to
121 E. Sib Street without exaggeration the most the New Yorker his seat might juries and insure that they are protest against segregated
expensive process in the wo ld. change their minds, and be representative of the community ditions and inadequate educational CATFISH 'I" ,LI. 59CCOMING
The first American for it
plant would be back In the Congressional facilities and programs. "..A.filets ..s.Mks
Pboae 354-7597 For (gaseous diffusion) cost about This is whose
Rite Onote fold again. Mr. Wilkins referred in his a legal victory
$1 billion. The British have a Although not pressing the statement to Wharlest Jackson, effect will be felt throughoutthe r

gaseous diffusion plant, Russia House directly Pwell continuedto NAACP Natchez, Miss., Branch State of Florida."
has and the Chinese is SAT. NITE MAY 13
two, it push his case through the treasurer who was murdered The NAACP lawyers had ar- ,

IT'S generally assumed, have one. federal courts from the vantage last Feb. 27 when a bomb ex-, gored that Florida's Compulsory -
94 PROOF point of Blminl. ploded In the engine of his truck: Education Law was un- Admission: Advance $2.00
BLESSINGS! ILESSINSS He announced through his recording just after he had left his job constltitulonal because it con-
company Jubilee Records at the Armstrong Rubber Company tained a provision which stated At Door 2.50
JACQUIN'S The man born with the gift Rev. \: that all future royalties In Natchez. that puplsl attending Integrated

Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, from his recorded album "If Wharlest Jackson could schools were not subject to the tiklis Fni .. lis Siriici Fru
Georgia. It Is through God thatI American'people Education Law."In .
"Keep The Faith, Baby, will write today to the Compulsory
can remove all evil conditions be donated to civil states where segregation
rights groups from coast to coast he
some questions you may wish to and other charities. would urge that all of them Is a fact of life, no compulsory GillS KITE. CLUB

LONDON know. Then too, a difference views write their Senators and Congressmen education law could be

has cropped up over his "third asking them to pass held constitutional since Its
DO YOU NEED MONEY? force" Idea. While he himselfwas the 1967 civil rights bills.These operation, in effect, would be Cilliin, Hi.NGMEAT .
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? backed il-1 for reinstate bills have section which makes to compel Negro pupils to attend -

CAN MY HUSBAND STOP ment in Congress, his "third the Wbarlest Jackson bomb- segregated schools con-

TOWER 'DRINKING? force" Idea seems to have garnered murder a Federal. crime trary to the Brown v. Boardof
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE lukewarm Education decision of 1954 "
only support. punishable in Federal Courts, ,
RETURNED? A. Philip\ Randolph president Mr. Wilkins said. the defense added. .

Double Distilled, Brotherhood of Stepping Mr. Jackson's death marked .
call the (Rodman).
They me "
Car Porters was one of a number the 304th recorded racially-1 Negro PrilCipall..ed
But I am only a servant of God.' MARKHAM
of Necro leaders who looked inspired Mlsslsslpl murder in ,
Lonn don GIN Because God is the answer to askance at the Idea. He said, in this century. To Post
all life's problems. I a m the High aa
; To er, "It would be strategically unwise "At present, the Federal
King of all Day Prophets. Send to form a third force in Government la limited to using I
;for my special selected Bible view of the urgent need to pass a conspiracy statute which provides -' RICHMOND Va.-l'I I-Tbe
PINT$285 (verses To be read on SPECIAL Civil last president of the now-de full rei .
99 DAYS. the 1967 Rights Act. only a' fine and a short funct predominantly Negro .
Ruin .Jack, former Manhattan imprisonment even for mur association '
Send self-addressed Virginia Teacers ,
a 5th a ,stamped borough president, said be der. been named lirrj lilifiati' ShiBi
DILYCIW envelope and $2.00 for Bible Fits Turner, has ,
the idea it would civil bills similar
rights
opposed as The servicesof
director of special
;; PINT verses and spiritual Message. "weaken the Necroes' strenlib. to those proposed by the Education
__ $145 You will receive Bible verses' ." President and defeated in the the integrated Virginia -
"by return malLSend Association.
In Chicago Atty. William R. Senate In 1966. would also Show
TO: It will be the first post t ever ,
Rev Roosevelt Franklin Ming, Jr.. noted that "Negro authorise the equal; Employment held by a Negro in the formerly
Americans are a minority Commissionto
e30 Morrow Avenue Opportunity all-white organization..
in labelling the third force issue judicially enforceable \ of James
eax Macon,,Georgia 31201I Turner principal
"ridiculous. jcease-and-desist orders, and 8. Russell High School Law- AidDuce

Only Ai Your e ; Store specialize in all case work would extend for an additional will be in chargeof
,'Pione area.code 912-74-56473 FIGHT 'CANCER five years the United States: certain YEA membershipservices. .
Commission on Civil Rights. .

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MIAMI !NIt..., _., I --.r Visits Howard U.. MOON OVER MIAMIMIAMI i Enjqying Sunny Weather: I I'J.'Io

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DEATHS BEACH, FLA.-Tnls is where the girls will be next J
week. In another few days they start arriving,51 beauty queens
from the 50 states and the District of Columbia, for the Miss
Mrs. Mable Gibson of 2240 d y tA USA pageant in Miami Beach's municipal auditorium.
N.W. 50th Street, who recently i
died is survived by a husban Finals of this first phase of tending some 15 miles south n
Mr. Vincent Gibson; her the two-stage Miss Universe from Miami Beach before .f,
parents, Esekiel and Evelene t '1 contest will be the evening of Featherbed bank restricts
20. The Miss USA into single channel q
Fennell"; eight echildren; seven May new cruising a
sisters; Mesdames Nancy :win represent this country In leading to more Island -d ted
Lewts, Bernlce Andrews, Alice the International show here in waters. Both outboards and F
Collier, Rosa Broxton, Odessa mid-July. Present Miss USA sailboats can be rented for
Clarke,Ruth HoJ"?-t=i! -.yes Is Marie Remenyl of CalUor- forays Into this area. Anglers .
nla. may expect catches of bone /
Harrington; two brothers,Daivd -
and Solomon Fennell. Funeral The USA title will be worth fish, permit, spotted weakfish
services will be conducted Saturday approximately $10,000 in cash and pan fish.
May 6th in the Church and contracts, pageant officials An addition dividend can be
Apostolic Faith,h'2 at 3 p.m. say, plus extensive travel In obtained by taking along snorkel -
the year to follow. And the and fins for a bit of skin
........ possibility Is far from remote diving. u
the winner, as well as Evening diversion during May
Mr. Fred Chatman of 5033 several other contestants, will revolves primarily around the
S.W. 23rd St. W. Hollywood find the door opened for career night clubs, both within hotels ,
passed away recently in the in television or the movies. and separate operations. The
W Unlucky American not en- Miami Beach Kennel Club also ttrf
Memorial Hospital. He Is sur- Stage, screen, and TV star Sammy Davis, Jr., chats with friends following his two benefit Joying Miami Beach's many presents greyhound racing six
vived by his step-mother, Mrs. performances at Howard University Monday night. They are Howard Secretary G. Fred other attractions In May can nights a week through Sept.2.
Alice Chatman; a sister, Mrs. erick Stanton (right) and Ambassador of Guyana and Lady Carter, Lady Carter is the view the finals via live broadcast Several restaurants as well as
Lucille Taborn; many other relatives former model and actress Sarah Lou Harris. Davis performed two concerts at Howard on CBS network from the the coffee shops in the larger
Funeral arrangementsare and contributed the proceeds, some $14,000, to the University's scholarship fund. A scholarship auditorium.This hotels operate on a 24-hour
Incomplete. in his name will be established for deserving but needy students. Sammy said he is the month hotel and basis.

........ will perform at Howard annually in the future to supplement the fund His performancewas apartment rates adjust to summer With more than 350 hotels In
one of the highlights of Howard year-long 100th anniversary celebration. '! bargain levels, the fish- the city, the vacationer proper-
Ing Is perhaps the finest of ly expects wide range In rates. '
Mr. James Dixon Towns of .
Hold the year. Temperatures hover These start In' May around
638 S.W. 10th Avenue, Home Muslims Of Miami -
around a balmy 80-degrees $30-$35 a week, double, In the '
stead passed away recently at <
ENJOYING SPRING-Mlss Nlkkl Lisa NIm.
average made for the fullest smaller, off-ocean hostels and a sophomore re-
James Archer Smith Hospital enjoyment of swimming, golf touch all price levels up to tail merchandising major at Florida A4M University, enjoys '
Among his surviors are Mr.: Black ConferenceThe the spring weather in Florida. She is the daughter '
Unity and other outdoor sports. J16-J20 a day, double, for the sunny
and Mrs. D. H. Harris and Greens fees on Miami Beach's ultimate in luxury right on the of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nims, 502 Bragg Drive, Tallahassee. In V

others. Funeral arrangements Muslims, -followers of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad (Message of Allah) held their ,two 18-hole municipal golf beach. Many of the larger ho- case you are Interested, Miss Nlms spends her leisure time tJ'
ire Incomplete. first'annual unity forum and dinner at their newly dedicated mosque, 5245 N.W. Seventh courses are down to $3, and tels offer two meals a day sewing, swimming, dancing, and Just plain listening to music oO\
......... Ave..'!last week. the par-three course fee is at about $4 4.50 per per- FAMU staff photo by Earnest Flllyau_W In"

The muhammad mosque #29 in ter Rudolph Bradley (33rd de- all begin to find the ways and $1.50. Courts at the two tennis son. Lions have little fear of automobiles ';
center rent at 50 cent hour Coral Gables with !
an a population
Andre Kirk of 2267 N.W. 50th Miami has taken the initiative gree) of the Masonic Grand means to achieve real black making close approach of about A-3
extra for
> the Latin
play.
'slightly night 40,000.
Street, son of Mrs. Edith Mae to form a coalition of black Lodge was Invited but unableto power and solve the problems possible, according to' merican r"
Boating combined with fish'ing headquarters site for
Kirk Wednesday,April 26th leaders from throughout the be president. facing all black people here in PIGilT CANCER WITH A Richard T.S.Chipper field, zoo- industrial
Among his' survivors are his Miarril area determine means Awards were presented to America." offers days of relaxing CHECK UP AND A CHECK ogical.director of LlontountrySafari concerns such as Es-7J
father, Mr. Augustus Kirk; five by which black people can ach- Commissioner Athalle Rangefor J.L. Chapman, local presidentof fun. Biscayne Bay Is a well new tourist attraction In Glass so, Dow and Chemical others. Corning ,
sisters and brothers. Funeral ieve freedom,Justice and equal- ber outstanding work In the SCLC spoke in behalf of protected body! of water ex- Palm Beach County. ,

services were held Saturday, ity in this stronghold of American community, Mrs. Alberta Saw-, Nobel Peace Prize winner, I
April 29th in the Range Funeral white supremacy. yer, who beads the only hotelIn Martin Luther King and stated LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO BUY A CAR? SEE DESIRE AT BILL AUSTIN
This "First" for Miami
Home Chapel. new Miami, owned and operatedby he too was in agreement with

......... brought standing together citizens several to discuss out-: (American associated Guild with Of Variety AGVA 'the ,Honorable that the national Elijah Muhammad leaders- FORD FOR THAT GO GO LOOK OF '67 GO ALL THE WAY! ;

W.r. >A;; >.'"'.Cwlwf.hanBe Done To Ira Artist) who has .been-.lnstru of the 'various. civil rights. h ... w ''''''Yt-i :;1h4; Jn.'rt .',' .n...,:."T. ,'illn arnctl"" i '.11 4451
'prove Race Relations in Miami? mental to the Miami ;.. i, '
Mr j Milton Richardson of 3162 bringing groups should sit down with ... re' kTN
N.Wj 42nd Street died Sunday, Public relations man, Charles area some of the nation's top the messenger and "Get to the ,,..i :" !r. .
Lockhart was the moderator. entertainers... also Charlie ".. .
April 30th. He survived by a 'root' of the black man's ', -
Sonny Wright, real estate Neaves and Willie Williams who u
wife; Mrs. Carrie Lee Rich plight. II ., ,
ardson; his parents Mr. and broker from Universal RealtyCo. head the Society Cabs. T. Willard Fair, president of IfJ. \
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called out of town national -
Mrs; R J.. Richardson; a sister was W.O. Perry, presi- the local chapter of Urban Lea- I
,Mn. Vera Mae Brooks. suddenly and bad taken the subtopic dent I.B.P.O.E.W., gave high gue pointed out statistics of ....
The remains were shipped on of "Deplorable Housing lights of the great work the Elks the Negroes in Miami which ...
Wednesday, May 3rd to Americas Conditions" was replaced by are doing throughout Americaand his organization has helped and
Ga., for final rites. Sam Moncur of the Miami office stated that the local chapter stated he too endorsed this '
of Equal Opportunity, Inc., has In mind to take a stand In forum as one of the finest r+ 1
......... who told the audience of the housing and employment. Civil moves of bringing the "Black
squalor and distasteful con- rights organizations present attracted Mind" together.
Mr. Mary Lee Nix of 7465 ditions that need the rehabilltatlon much attention becauseit Minister Troy Bey, served :
N.W.21st Avenue died Tuesday, program with which he has been predicted In the as a panelist and also gave "
April 25th. Shis survived by a is assoicated. past that a confab of this sort the concluding remarks. Thefiery .
mother, Mrs. Carrie Lee Nix; Panelist, Rev. Ernest... Hut- would bring great minds together minister received a thuj>-
a brother James Nix; a sister cheson treasurer of the alliance derous applause and standing I IIN
Llllie sell: Morris;two children to speak on the part the ovation when he outrlghtly k 7
Sandra Nix and Clifford Shep- church will play in race relations blamed black Mlamlans for the
pard. Funeral services were and in their absence, ghettos and stated it is ashame'
held,, Tuesday, May 2nd In the were substituted by popular Bill when the Mayor and his com-
Range'' Funeral Home Chapel. Wynn of the United Fund. mittee has to come in the black p
Wynn pointed out that the Fundis belt and "point out to us how
......... instrumental In caring for filthy we art llvlng".Mlnlster r
the needs of many poor Negores Bey stated the Muslims will
Mr. James Thomas of 1290 In the area. .cooperate In seeing that the
N.Wi 61st Street, Apt. #9 died An apology was sent by popu- community Is kept clean to a 4 A
Wednesday, April 26th. Sur- lar W.M.B.M. Miss Blanche degree that the Mayor or any-
vivors are four sisters, Mes- Calloway and Cleveland Turner one can ride through the area
dames, Leslie Green, Annie of the Longshoreman'sLocal and be unable to detecf'who
Lenton, Leola Brookins, and 1416 who was scheduledto lives" in this block and In this KEEPING WITH THE HIGEST TRADITION OF
Daisy Denson; two brothers, bring out statistiecs of the community. THE EVER GROWING AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS FORD

Walter 'rand Edward Thomas, Negro and employment the theme statusto of FALCON CONTINUES TO OUT CLASS-.OUT SELL AND OUT, FORD
tether relatives. Funeral supplement :
many PERFORM ITS COMPETITORS AS SHOWN\ IN THE PHOTO AUTOMATIC
services were held Tuesday, "What Can Be Done To im- on a united black front. IMW SH0SYS: ,
.May 2nd at St. James Baptist prove Race Relations In The amiable Dr.George Simpson WITH SALESMAN RICHARD DESIRE AND THE FORD G, T. -
RADIO V8 (ENGINE,.
Church.. Miami?" Panelist Grand Mas- president of the NAACP MIAMI BEACH, FLA,- Although MARK 1..THE FORD G. T. IS THE SAME CAR THAT

-- local chapter and stated that botanists shudder, WON THE LE MANNS IN 1966..DESIRE IS ELATED RADIO, HEATER, .

professional beautician his choice of Catholicism did picturesque descriptive names HEATER OVER HIS SELECTION TO REPRESENT FORD MOTOR '
Your not hinder him from fighting still are used for most plantsby 1/
and t Air
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'COMPANY ON THE AWARD WINNING BILL AUSTIN Factory"
knows the answer... for his people here In the Miami the Miami Beach gardener. .
area, and It is high time fora These include the"monkey puzzle $1779.85 FORD SALES FORCE
solid black front. tree" to describe an exceedingly SEE DESIRE IN BILL AUSTIN NEW CAR SHOW ROOM $2544.95 K

AD. Moore of CORECongress thorny-trunked palm;, HE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH APPOINTMENTS AND
Of Racial Equality) Praised the the "cannon ball tree" for the SPECIAL CONSULTATION
great work of the Honorable loud crack with which Its tough,.
Elijah Muhammad and gav round seedpod explodes; the 3801 N.W. 27th AVENUE OR CALL 635-0311 /
., much credit to the official organ Chinese bat plant, a shrub with OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK MONDAY thru SAT.
of the Muslims "Muhammad flowers somewhat resemblinga
Speaks" as the greatest mediumof hat. and the "llbstlck" bush, FREE RADIOS AND WHITE SIDEWALL TRIES
Why does some hairbreakoffwhencombing getting a "New and Great also descriptive of the flower.'
Message" to our people.A The gumbo limbo, a dark red- FREE GIFTS WITH THIS AD
? letter was read by moderator barked tree that grows in this
Charles Lockhart sent in area is called "naked Indian"In !
by black power advocate, several Caribbean Islands. GALAXIETHUNDERB1RDMUSTANG
Stokely Carmichael, who expressed -
Your hair is precious and delicate. ,and none of us like to see his regrets for beingunable .......... I
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use i to be present. His letter '
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of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often stated, "This event is indeed a. Soccer may be added to the \PMAj4'k4 ).
are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But step forward for Black unity professional sports attractions '
hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks and should be very helpful in '.avallable to Miami Beach visitors !
.off in everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes bringing together many of our in the winter of 196768. .. ;: jFAIRLANE .
when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? black spokesmaen and representatives Plans have been announced a THUHDERIIRD : ;
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and to sit down, Iron out team will be formed and seek AUTOMATIC. ti .
tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. "differences and present united affiliation with one of the national FOLLY EQUIPPED : t
Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to. black front-whereby we can' soccer leagues. I '
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed ; JADIO

softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break EAW EXin HQKET I YOUR WARE ff/FACTORY# HEATER;
age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely .
on Clairol' Hair-So-New spray-on creme rinse. For combingease from AIR t'
and for beautifying your hair in many other ways, trained IlHf At Mill COKVEHItKCLGiyiHiiHOMI .. $2135.45
beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for 4367.00 .
your specific needs. MRIlK W MH SUKOR JIEMW ,
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care
aVid'your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems,
only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure.
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PUt 1 t2 STAR PIPERS IltliilT S. 1317.HUBS _.

.. FOR lEI YORK..!',j ROOM FOR RENTOn NAACP Request Dick Burroughs Seeks To Retain Post Receives Promotion I

UP TQ 575 WEEK Bus Line.Christian gentle Area ServiceWomen

Top Jobs NOW best homes in., man perferred. Call 764-4816. Committee. On() City Commission On Bisis Of Deeds

N.Y. City,New Jersey Friendly
CHICAGO, HI.-The NAACPhas
families. Far sent, rush references ROOM FOR RENT
I that the
. FREE GIFT requested Joint Dick Burroughs Is seeking the support of Jaxons to re-
Furnished room for rent Congressional Committee on lain the post he now holds as Commissioner of Sanitation
,300 W. 40 St. NYC, Dept L.
Single Man or Couple. Hot and SAN ANTONIO, Tex.-Alrman, Atomic Energy investigate
cold wajer. Call 3562503. Jane E, Smith, whose mother charges of racial discrimination A former member of the City Jacksonville Marine Assoc.;
Is Mrs. Ella M. Bowens of in hourlng in Wheaton, Ill., Council, Burroughs was appointed twice president of Rudder Club, .
HELP WANTED 1770 W, 10th St., Jacksonville, site of a proposed multlmiUlon to the City Commission twice president of Southeastern
WANTED Fla., has been selected for dollar atomic energy plant. to fill the vacancy which Marine Hardware Distributors
Female' ,beauty operators, and barbers technical training at SheppardAFB Syd Fonley, quad-state field occurred when Indictments Assoc.; president of YMI
New Hollywood Beauty Land Tex., as i U.s. Air Force director of the NAACP and were brought on CommissionerClaude Alumni Assoc.; member of
Barber Lounge 622 Ashley St. medical service specialist. Fred Crockett president of the Smith.Burroughs Jacksonville and Jacksonville 4rs
TYPISTMUST
Call 3549774. Theairman recently completed Illinois NAACP State Con who established an Bch., Chambers of Commerce;
ference said they were "ex- enviable record for action,out- member of William B. Barnett
DO 60 W.P.M. AC- tremely concerned about the spokeness and tackling issues Lodge 187, F&AM; member of
CURATELY. GOOD IN EN HELP WANTED Issue of fair housing opportunities forthrightly has already caused Clvitan Club; member, Gator s
GUSH, SPELLING. MAIDS N. Y. SLEEP-IN for minorities" In citizens to sit up and take notice Bowl Assoc.Priest .
FLORIDA STAR 2323Moncrl IF i of his accomplishments In the
Apply .
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aasss.
JOB salaries to JG5fireadvanced. .., ... ...,
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t Rush r -f i "Certainly Title VI of the in Vietnam
phone number. ABLE MAID 1964 Civil Rights Act requiresthat post. "'.. VS. COM2AT: Am FORCES, Vietnam-Crawford C.
AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN, FREE- Federal agncies plan and Shortly after he was named to Richardson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford C. Richardson
;PORT N. execute all programs in a fash- the post he ordered a clean-up Left Last MessageThe Sr., of 1431 W. 23rd St., Jacksonville, Fin, has been promotedto
''HELP WANTEDMale Ion that will offer maximum of the city's garbage trucks, senior master sergeant in the U.s. Air Force
equal opportunity to all citizens. so that the once-end for along Sergeant Richardson is an air police superintendent at Nha
Frankly, we feel that time- Illinois political figures have garbage removal machines look actual battlefield combat in the nation's combat-ready air arm guarding the 10,000 mile
WORK AS REPf\-:,, misadvised the Atomic Energy) shiny and presentable.In Vietnam and the fifth American Earn boo Curtain
**..,**** Commission and the Joint contrast to past years when chaplain killed there wa Father Before Us arrival In Vietnam, he was assigned to GlfflssAF3

WILL TR IN AS REPORTER., Atomic Energy Committee of garbage collection workers Michael Quealy of Mobile, Ala N.Y.
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 DENTURES HURT? Congress," the civil rights looked untidy and sometimes bama, the Catholic Digest state The sergeant Is a graduate of Stanton High School and servedIn
Moncrlef Rd Jax.. Fia.ItLF Inn tni' bed flttlfli finturtt cm Kutt.'Kttira basic training at lack- leaders said in a telegram to as filthy as the garbage they lie could have stayed behind the Korean War, .
r .HI> from>-e>piln MiUti honor dinturn for. hot, I loot fill more laillnf com I. land AFB, Tex Her new schoolis Sen. John Pastore, (D-R4.), were collecting. The crew, with his own battalion, but *
ortible...soothe ton i>*- **.. pad of the Air Training chairman of the Atomic Energy under Burroughs have been put when he heard that another battalion st_
f.poll and hilpi Infection privintr"f:.. sole .ONaes.al. Jidor *>|. Command which conducts hund- Committee. Into tidy uniforms that give bad stumbled into J jungle
WANT: 'JOur vhirmaclit l for d V"'a.",-. llaraM reds of specialized courses to Mr Finley said that under dignity and more wholesome combat near Saigon he rushed For America's Securityand
SALES PEOPLE provide technically trained per present housing conditions In appearance to the men as they go In with the reinforcements.
sonnel for the nation's aero- Wheaton "Negroes, as well as about their work for the city Your Own
Men'and women, to sell advertising. space force other minorities, will suffer and its citizens. Under fire he went from man
Liberal draw, liveral Airman Smith Is a 1966 graduate tremendously from housing Inequities _In_keeping with.Is dedication to man, administering the l last
Commission, easy work, quick of New Stanton Senior High as practiced by Illinois rites and helping carry woundedto
sales. You earn $75 to $150 ifyou're ZIG ZAG SEWING School. realtors." a helicopter. A* he bent over buy U.S.SAVINGS
keen. Fringe benefits. Mr. Finley said the NAACP r a Viet Cong soldier burst .
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 MACHINE A CAR come to stop Inmidtown' would continue to object to the through the bushes, and Father

moncrlef Rd, cor., 13th. We have twol967 Dial-O-Matic Manhattan, and (lie' Federal Government's plan to Ouealy fell, machine-gunned in

Zlg Zags, that have never been driver asked a man on the' pour money Into Wheaton for I the head and stomach.A BONDS
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I used. They were lay-aways, curb: "Say, mister where'*. an atomic energy plant "until diary fell from the dead
'never picked up.Customers left .I2nc( St.?* Negro citizens of Illinois are J' priest's pocket. A soldier
fOR MEN AND WOMEN openedIt
afforded safeguards against the
this area. We are unable to locale
and read the last
for
I'm a pedestrian, the man evils of discrimination when entry
have these
them. You can
OF ALL
AGESTake "/ don't help aiUomo- to real that same day, Nov. 8: "So will
sewing machines for the bal growled.: attempting secure pro- I IEIP ELECT
my heavenly Father treat
'f. Catholic, Digest- perty." you
New IMPROVED NATURE ance of $47., each. Cash or' ; unless each
TABLETS for that tired terms. Phone 3531946. Anytime Announcement that the pro brother of ail.hu you forgives" his R. IAVERHREYNOLDS
run down feeling that.keeps you ) will deliver obligation. posed AEC plant would be located faith heart.
from enjoying life. 100 Tablets ROOM FOR RENT in Wheaton, a short distance I.
$3.00; 200 Tablets $5.00. $1.00 from Chicago has broughta
deposits on C.O.D. EMPIRE 431 W. 18th St., modern one barrage of charges of dincrimination .
PRODUCTS ti SALES bedroom kitchen, living room. in housing: from
'5937 N. Broadway, Chicago Dept.,111.FS Secret Prayer Kitchen fully equipped.Convene Negro: residents' of the; com to Improvtnc' service to the Area Service Men
60626. iently located on bus line.$65.00, munity.GVI. citizens Burroughs Instituted CITY COUNCIL
month. Apply 1643 Main St., ,
per more
Formula Chart! frequent garbage collec-
or call 3554061. tion service by ordering two SAN ANTONIO Tex: -Airman
days per week for trash pickup. William D. Cannon, son of Mr. WARD 9
PSChYO PHYSICAL TEMPLEOF ( n I FIGHT He also Instructed truck helpers and Mrs William D. Cannonof ,. M
LEO'SSties TIlE DIVINE MOT1.ER ISABELLA OF PARIS not to abuse citizens trash cans. 1519 W. Fifth St., Jacksonville '
SECRET PRAYER FORMULA As the director of the operationof Fla., has been selectedfor Vote City Wide for R. Lavern .
:* CHART. That's Mel Diave the Amae the Gator Bowl and the Base technical training at Lack- Reynolds.. Worth the time, a
Riparinc My Prayers are being sent out ing superior tonic tablets, pep M.SD ball Park, the recently appointed land< AFB, Tex, as a U.s. Air effort and Vote of All Good 'j .WE; .
I and blesslns are coming In. for all the tlngsjrou want to do. Commissioner reduced Force air policeman. Citizens! Sound Planning Today \

Of Asp Kind Send for Free Daily Blessing. Box pf 30, $1.00.3alls- parking fees to 25 cents at all The_ unman recently completed ... Better Government
k How to get what you want faction guaranteed or Money MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS events in both facilities, and Tomorrow I
through this of pack For Men and Women started tighter control L
I's( Oir Business new way Prayer. of parking -
Oily Mail.self-addressed envelope to ISABELLA ,th great crlpplor: tickets and revenue from the I + (Political Adv., Paid for by R, tavern Reynolds),
Rev. C. Forster, P. O. Box 56, P.O. Box: 230, Dept S, Gary, parking; lots
934 E. Unlu .SI.. St. Albans, NY.11412. Indiana of young adults Dick Burroughs Is President
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