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

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: JAXON KILLED BY WASJDNGTON-NP1)-AdaDi'
Clayton Powell's lawyers hare I
decided to take their appeal aU.
the war to the top. They are ex-'

gourd tot ask theme thusual't I .

WIFE'S BOYFRIEND appeals route and hand down I

an Powell Immediate ease. decision In the I

Powell was excluded by the,
*. *'TTTTTTTShiloh* ******* House of Representatives last I
March L He[ was later re- ,
Estranged Wife Pastor's School( Funds elected by his constituency but'

6' aK the House has failed to take
a 1 ) any action on his latest bid
Sees Boyfriend Totaling $600 "
for reseating one way or the.

Son Denies $100 other. I

Shoot Husband Found MissingTAMPAThe trot An attempt Court overrule to have Congress'U.S. Disc II 1 '


A Jacksonville man who became Fee For FuneralAmazed principal of Just ; :: blocked.action -The or question Inaction became"-was1'-

.widely known as a mem- High School and two female ___ bung up In the Appeals Court,:
ber of the Florida A&M and Shiloh members of the staff have been '' ---"- So Powell's legal represents',
appalled, sometimes Coleman pastor of for :
University Rattlers football indignant Jaxons have verification or denial of the suspended from the Hlllsljoro tires, in an unusual move, de-
team was killed by his estanged deluged the FLORIDA STAR reports have failed. However, Schoool system pending an investigatlon -.' sided to to to the natico'i
wife's boyfriend during an argu- during this track with telephone a telephone interview with the of a shortage highest tribunal. An appeal may
ment., calls concerting reports thata funds amounting to some. e vr be taken directly in a ease

The ,victim was Benny StokesJr. fee of 3100,was charged for the Ben D. Griffin, affecting vital national interest
of Shiloh Just Junior High, has denied '-which Powell's attorneys will
., of 603 Cleveland Street. use Metropolitan Bap-
Police said Mrs. Barbara Lee tist Church for the funeral services any wrongdoing !in a $600 funds try to show the.Powell issue is.

Stokes told them her husband, of Rutledge H. Pearson, 1t shortage discovered at the Meanwhile Powell's strategywas
school last week to bide his time in Blmlnt
from whom she bad been Jacksonville NAACP leader by county tt
school audtlors. Exasperated Congressmanwaited
separated about a came to
year Griffin the for him to act but he
a principal In ,
the.house and found her la bed.
He asked her if she had been couty for 28 years, was sus- dlctft "The next move is up to !
drinking and she told him she pended by Supt Calvert Craig Mr. Powell," House Speaker
unttt the discrepancies are John W.McCormack(D-J4u..).
bad not. She said she came
home clarified. Craig said that the aWl in voicing the thoughts of
from work at the Naval
Air Station feeling 111. suspension does not Imply guilt ,the House.
"I want to make that clear; Still, Powell did nothing
She told the officers her husband -
the Supt matteris public-And the rumors of his
Invited her to have a drink
In the = and actions
now s possible abounded.
Which be bad brought with him.
no further be taken Some said he would soon show
She refused and argument followed
until they clarify the situation.OrttfflMrt *' up in Washington to reclaim
,daring which tiDethe'Douple
rA 4ecl the leverf Imminentcourt
went out on the porch. ttftit ? "seat Others expected .
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The related that al years ago for equal salaries action'ln hli behalf.
woman
young -
for Negro teachers in the county That Congress has not decided
George Thomas her boyfriend
prominent in civic and frat, with finality was revealed by
drove while she and Stokes
up --- -'- --
ernal affairs of Tampa and the continuing of the
r al' prsence
were fussing on the porch Rev
A. B. Coleman
whereupon Stokes told her : reportedly wealthy la his own unseated Congressman's belongings -
lover to get out the car and ....couldn't be reached right said the shortage is like and furniture In Us old
for comment a "nightmare." f House office. Two clerks re-
come in. According to Mrs
-- "I had no knowledge of a malned on duty t to answer phone
Stokes Thomas remained in Rev. L. J. Coleman minister's son drew a deniaL shortage until recently when I I I calls from his constituents.A .
the yard as her husband told
Young Rev. who said
Coleman
rumor had It.hat Powell'seffects
the man he wanted.hlra to stayBENNY ...pastors son denies he bad been several
_.. questioned ( had been removed, but
-- -. payment. t t
J" times about the report said 1 House officials denied this.
j whose life was snuffed out in be .did not know of any such >e I In New York, the producer of
a tragic auto wreck. fee being charged. N I Powell's record, "Keep the
Mos t callers expressed Wa.may He said he did not see how a Faith, Baby! ," said the disc
j that such a fee-any fee- fee could be charged for the tY I bad been a monumental Dap.I .- I
should be charged by a local funeral of a man who had doneso Jerry Blaine president of Jubilee -
church for the holding of the much for the community.He Records said he was left
I final rites for a man who had said be had talked to several RM "holding the bag" for the 332.
contributed so much to the officers in the church including 460 he advanced Powell to pay j
k community which still lives. his father the pastor Seri i i defamation suit "Adam left
y t Efforts to reach Rev. A.B. and receive d no information I me high and dry. I thought I was
w- r that the rumored charge was smart, but Adam was smarter."
Mayors Urge applied.On Blaine estimated that he would
the other hand, Wendell 1 lose more than $152,000 on the
D.C. Home Rule Holmes of the Holmes and I waxing Powell predicted would
West Funeral Home who bad make him t millionaire. 200,;
WASHINGTONNPI14a,- charge of the funeral arrange- .000 copies distributed so far,
ors of ..verallup cities have ments said that fee of 3100 was BEN D. GRIFFIN only 97,000 have been sold, he
urged that the District of Imposed. Holmes also told the ...denies said.
Columbia be given home rule. FLORIDA STAR that the money wrong- '
The Congressmen and Senator was paid in cash for which he dolstrwas i- (
cnmathlnvabout has a receipt in hlspossessloo. Wallace Is
whn could
An told that $53 was miss- .. I
Thus .. ____. _, __ 4____
It, meanwhile did nothing. the story remains. ing and then an additional $40

STOKES JR. Support for D.C. home rule, .within a four dayperlod,"Griffin Mrs. Mary Ann Pearson, wife of the noted civil rights leader and immediate relativesof Picketed By
...Jellied by rival came from the mayors of Philadelphia Indictment: Returned noted. "It has mushroomed the auto victim arrive at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church for the services. Jaxons
Vtwaukee Detroit since" from all walks of life almost filled the 3,000 capacity church building to paT final tributeto
away from his wife. New York, Los Angeles and Cassius Funds at the school were the most effective civil rights leader Jacksonville has ever produced. NAACP And Other
Officers O.Bowman and W. Baltimore. All sent messages Against Clay handled by Mrs.Doreath Larry Pall bearers return the body of a fallen leader to the hearse followed by a brave widow
Wiggins who investigated the to the District Commissionersand HOUSTON-(NPlMuhammad who operated: the school's store as admirers say a silent good-bye. Photos by Emerson Photo Studios PITTSBURGH Par-Dixie see
murder reported that the vic the Washington Home Rule (Casslus Clay) interrupting and Mrs.. Reganla W. Shirks, ,, gregatlonlst George C. Wallace
tim's estranged wife told them Committee urging<< that residents his nationwide tour under his school clerk. Both were also Map New Legislation Third Gets was greeted by more than 1,090
that after making a threat her of the nation's capitalbe other calling as a Muslim suspended pending investigation Leaders Serve City pickets protesting his appear-
husband slashed at Thomas with allowed to rule themselves minister recently heard a 21- of the shortage But Griffin ance here April 27, to address !
a knife, whereupon Thomas Their messages were sent on man grand jury Including a said he had the "highest con- To Halt Connecticut Jail S'IIIelC8SLOtJISVlLLE. Negro Postmaster the annual dinner,of Amen Corner -
pulled out a .%Z caliber revolver the occasion of the 165th anniversary Negro-band down an Indictment fidence" in both women.GrWlD a group of Pittsburgh bus!*:
and shot Stokes in the of Washington's first against him on a said four person were School SegregationHARTFORD K,. -Leaders ness and civic leaders.
right! chest charter. charge of refusing to be drafted authorized to go into the safe. ;Conn.-GOT John of the Southern Christian Leadership WASHlNtiTON-NPI- The pickets protesting the former I'
Police found the death weapon Philadelphia's mayor JamesH. Into the armed forces. He declined further comment Dempsey has been strongly Cooferecne and the R.: Strachan has become the Alabama governors
,,in Thomas's car which Tate, noted that "165 yearsis The indictment was issued about other persons. urged to appoint Negroes to the Southern Conference Educa- third Negro to be named post- appearance at the Penn-Shera- .
was turned over to Mrs. Stokesat tar too long for citizens against tie fighter and listed "Really ifs a nlghtmere andI Connecticut State Board ,of tion Fund are among seven master of a major city. ton Hotel dinner engagement
. the boyfriends' request. of Washington to have waited him as "Casslus Marcellus don't know what to say about Education. people serving jail sentencesin President Johnson nominated included the NAACP tilt
Stokes was taken to Duvalfed1cal' to be grantef full rights as Clay, Jr., also known as Muhammad it," Griffin said. "The investigation In a conference here with the connection with open housing Strachan to the high post. Stra- American Jewish Congress and
) Center where be was citizens of the United States." Alt"Immediately should turn up the truth." Governor on April25,Mrs.EllaL. demonstratilons here. chan, who pronunces his name other groups.
treated but nt pronounced dead According to Los Angeles U.S. District The .suspension statement issued Anderson president of the They were charged with con- "Strawn," has been acting Manhattan It was the second protest within
shortly after Mayor San Yorty home rule Atty. Morton Suman announced by Supt Craig last Friday Connecticut State NAACP and ,tempt and sentenced to 30 hoursIn postmaster since November the ffrst24hours of Mr Wallace
was the intention of Congress he would recommend to U.S. said: "I have, this after- other Association leaders also prison and a $30 fine each, four-day swing through the
Hill NIWSIIIliciNes when it established the city District Judge ,Ben C. Connally noon, relieved B.D. Griffin as called for amendment of the after open housing supporters Two major cities having Negro North to state his views U a
: Kein in 1802. that the fighter be free on principal of Just Junior High Aid to Disadvantage Cblldren'I .ignored an injunction limiting postmaster are Chicago, whose possible third-party, Pre-
In that year, he said, Congress 15,000 bond-provided that he School in Tampa, pending a full demonstrations.They sidential candidate.
Act in such a way as to postmaster is Henry W.McGee
Tel "establsibed a munici- appeared for all bearings scheduled investigation of the school's Integration.In began serving their sentences and Los Angeles whose postal Several hundredSyracuseUnJ-
Triply pal government chosen throughthe and, that be accept, as financial accounts by the pro- encourage Gov. Dempsey May 1. The state.court chief Is Leslie N. Shaw. versity students Jeered,heckled
suffrage of the electorate his legal custodian, his Houston per anthorites. approved response a meeting betweenthe of appeals had refused to overturn Stracban's appointment as act- and chanted when the avowed
WASHINGTON-NPI-) But no action has been taken attorney QulnnanHodges. "Samuel B. Brown, dean of NAACP state education the convictions and a federal Ing New York City postmasterlast racist ex-governor addressedan
sident Johnson's trophy for the by Congress to let D.C. residents The indictment was in sharp boys at Just will serve as court declined to take the November audience there.
committee beaded by CharlesB. was announced I
"Handicapped American of the rule themselves.One contrast to earlier reports acting principal, at the school Tlsdale, and officials of the casey away from circuit court. by Sen. Robert F. Kennedy Byrd Brown, NAACP branch.
Tear" has been presented to a reason is the large per which Indicated a s possible two- "I have also>> suspended from state to draft legislation designed The seven are among plaintiffs (D.-N.Y.) Postmaster General president, said the invitation to
39-year-old blind Negro newsman centage of Negro residents the rear delay before an action their duties Mrs. Reganla in a class suit which Lawrence Mr. Wallace was not t ".treespeech"
to assure quality Integrated F. O'Brien was said
and musical director on nation's capital has long had. would be taken against Clay, Wanda Shirks, bookkeeper at education throughout .challenges the constitutionality to have consulted him on the issue. He said Us or:-
WTOL-TY, Toleod, Ohio. Now that D.C. is more than 60 I and follows swiftly on the heels Jut; aid Mrs. Doretha Larry Connecticut. was of the injucntlon and of state move. ganisation objected to the bonor
Vice President Hubert H. per cent Negro sentiment I of the stripping of Clay of his matron reached to complete Agreement the draftin and city laws under,which the Strachan will take the post being conferred oa a racist. I I
Humphrey presented the trophyto against home rule is stronger heavyweight! title. "My action is the result of a time for presentation to the demonstrators are being char if the VJS. Senate confirms his More than a dozen dignitaries. :
Art Edgerton, who was abandoned than ever In Congressespecially As U presently stand, he faces spot check of the school's books General Assembly during the' ged. A local newspaper calculated -. appointment Including Pittsburgh, Mayor,
by his parents In Philadelphia among Southern CongressmenandSenatorswhoare- i a fine of 310,000 and prison by accountants from the school1JItem' present session. recently that more than The new s postmaster, who Joseph M. Barr boycotted the
and raised in a foster / I term of five years if convicted business office. The meeting with the Governor 600 people have been arrested Joined the Post Office as a clerk dinner after major groups Ud
none. Edgerton was blind at loath to allow Negroes to run Clay had returned to the city Just has an enrollment of 575 followed issuance,March since the fight for open. housing In 1941, is a graduate of New protested Mr. Wallace's ap
birth. their own affairs. J Sunday from Tuskegee Ala students and 25 teachers. 29. began York University pearance.

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tAll 2 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY MAY 13, lp._

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THK FLORIDA STAR .

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NEWS, L. .
BY WHITNEY M. YQUNG, JR.

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co fpM) A NATIONAL HOUSING GOAL NEEDEDA

\ recent Ford Foundation-financed study took a look Into the

MEMBER ('it4; future and its picture of the V.s.1n the year 2000 is fascinating.The .
study said that 60 percent of the population will live in three
jN" urban belts-r4n California, In Florida, and in asnpermtropolls
NEGRO P ONAL Pdjd stretching from the east coast through the Great Lakes area In.!
the Midwest. This is all based on projection of current trends
'. which show Americans flocking to the big cities and their sub-

ERIC I. SIMPSON urbs.
MIIy Ultar. What will llf e be like in these superclties Just 3

years hence? Again, based on current trends,
llft.A' IQOTEN ........ jjdtJuu IlIal" I think We win be awful.I IIY thisbecuase nothin
much U being done to meet todays needs in pro-
decent housing for all who need it,and no

2323 .utJleJ..t1r'' I EISi14.1712 Whig ghetto Is being done to stop the spread of the .

.. Miiliif Address It life in 2000 Is to be bearable, the nation must start now to
e '" ; t end discrimination in housing and to build homes and apartments -

P.i.dns 599 9 Jicksoivilli Florida 32211 rTu ',t tJ on a scale appropriate to the need.Of prime Importance
is a fair housing policy which: would allow Negroes to live
I1 4 ; : ; wherever they wished, Instead of being forced into overcrowded -
(it MIAMI OFFICE f slums. Of equal Importance are measures upgrade existing -
housing in the ghetto and make It attractive to live and work
tL-
5B1I Mff 7th Aie. Pkiit 75MI78 ; : I'M there.
:
: : ; One important step to prevent the spread of the ghetto is the .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES new policy recently adopted by the Department of Housing and

"s One Year, $6.00 Half Year, ".oG AE Urban Development which provides that low-rent balancer
Mailed to You Anywhere In the Unite ; .t.te. M r projects be built on sites which will encourage racial )
f i Now It will be harder for local authorities to build in the ghetto
Subscription payable In advance
f has'i\ without considering alternative sites
Send check or Money Order to: r Edward Logue, director of Bostonredevelopmenthaspraposd -

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599. that sumlords be denied tax depreciation on decaying buildings -

Jacksonville I. Florida ',' 5 1P4L which don't conform to building codes,thus taking the profit
,, out of the housing exploitation business. He also suggeststhat

KM Offers Reward In "'Iro' Cill special tax benefits called urban investment allowances be
given to attract legitimate businessmen and developers Into'

Even the Ku Irirttx Klan is not always ghetto areas, especially for owner-occupledslumpropertren-
couraging Its Improvement.
wrong, and there is some good in.eachone Similar incentives are going to have to be developed if we are

of us, or each organization. regard. JUST A MATTER OF TIMEIr to get a housing industry which can meet the needs of the present -'
less of its purpose. much less the needs of the superclty of the year 2000.
The Johnson County (N.C. )' Unit of Ku- When the government decided it would land a man on the moon

Klux Klan recently dffered a $1,000 re,- -r rrA- rr rrrrrr -rrrr rrr -rr -ar- rr -r rrr- r-rr rr F by 1970, it formed a "team"to do the Job-government, scientists
g universities, defense industries, all combined to create a
ward for information on a threatening I vast aerospace Industry which worked to overcome problems,

telephone call received recently by a YOUR Weekly .. I of space exploration. Housing needs are at least as important

Negro who moved into a house previously i I and therefore a national housing goalmust be established It
occupied by a white family. The Klan should become the focus of a vast effort which will create a
.national housing Industry to provide the housing the nation so '
did much better in the way of reward, it 1

offered $1,000. while the town of / desperately About one out needs.of every five Americans lives in substandard

Smithfield offered onoy $500. i Horoscope Guide housing. Yet to meet this need for better housing, and to pro

It would appear that there should have ** ** vide for our rapidly growing population, there were only about ". '

been no trouble, since Negroes and whites : L2 million new housing starts last year, less than In 1965. And ,.
when. Matthew 1 only 40,000 of these were for families with low or lower-
already lived on the street ; By PABLO The ASTROLOGER I. middle;! class incomes. If this trend continues, we won't have:
Saunders, teacher, moved there. I I supercittes 2000, we will have superslums.

He hope that the reward will be the II I The number of housing starts per year should be doubled with

means of apprehending the culprit who is I special emphasis on low and moderate Income housing.A broad

infringing upon the rights of a citizento r WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR > I ly based national housing industry could do the Job, and it could
support the research needed to fully expolit modern materialsand
live wherever he can afford to pur- ,. I
building techniques which could lower the present high construction -
chase or rent a house.On I costs. .
: BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
'
-
most counts, we can't go along with I Taking peek at what the future holds Is always Interesting, ; :,CI CIbut ;
the KKK, but this time the Klan has seta I I I Its value lies primarily in showing us what must be done to ::: !:
1' I prepare for it W.are not properly houslngall of our population : ,'
noble example. .... ---- .. ---r .. -.- .... -rn.rrCANCER r. .. -" r.r r.. -----.1 I I of about 200 million people; we had better start now to prepareto

"LIBRA CAPRICORN house the 311 million people predicted for 2000. If s only 33'

Sine Shoe For Everybody Is A Goal ARIES I ". years away. .. .;.. ... ,,:x vr ')

Every man : ::1p ,Jilgl)J, of f Ice; bCJiftJJOlJt'l'f :-.a. BORN MARCH. ;; -, .";;' --iQRN.JUNE. ..*;*C :'f r \i I 1:1"11 ''BORN' 'DEC. t M ff ?;. ,, : r- :? ', .\"" =

cal, education military, and so on, .
should be required to measure up to the 211.-APRIL 191k. 22nd-JULT 22It' 23.0CT. 23r' UiiiAN.f : IStk 'THE' URBAN LEAGUE STORY

responsibilities required of him. The ICs life.Material or other It keeps one alive. Excessive
your
You need allies. Many Arlans s fifty.fltty. Fulfillment and BY CLANZEL BROWN JR. .j i
recent cases of Congressman Adam Clatyon sold disappointment seem to be..unDlDe similar ties are bound to standin ambition can destroy, but a .
the idea -
are that
on they
the way of the Llbrans who version of it indispensable to The summer of 1967 is almost here and our economy seemsto
Powell Dodd and Bobby Baker neck to neck The
Senator can go through life better, and days when
more porblemsarecreatedthansolved may wish to alter the course of keep one a live, not only be u strong as ever Unemployment for white and Negro
should serve to illustrate this point. perhaps less expensively, by their lives. No one can really physically but mentally. This citizens Is about the same. It Is still easier for a white person .
Powell has been meted out his justice, traveling alone. Those who are 24th. The may be the 17th,23rd,and provide ready answers or solve may also prevent some from becoming -. to find a Job then It Is for Negro.Yes .'
still very opposite be
Baker has been sentenced, and the censureof not be fairly young in years in may true on the 20th-22nd.This may furnishes the problem but yourself One too critical of home andpbuUa we have the Civil Rights Law that applies to employment ':

Senator Dodd of Connecticut has been on to this entirely assumption.wrong holding But the a timetable which you can way out would be to get together associates for lack of There are many merit employment companies and many ::
to with''the person most concernedand anything better to'do. Interests programs that are Job training oriented, augmented by vocal '.
demanded by the Senate Ethics Committeeand mature have reached use advantage when are
more may you
after to arrive at decisions that should take a sharp turn upward, leaders that continue to prick the conscience of employersyet ,
to be considered .seriously, the point of realization that In important objectives,such
ought by ,
as and will satisfy both sides. It couldbe especially when love enters the thousands of persons are unemployed. Is there an anwer '
money personal
there be recognition. -
governmental Dodd allegedly practice may as many heart interesting gainful to the dilemma of the ?
persons. drawbacks u there advant- The need of keeping vital your'lot to make the concessions or an Job poor
diverted political campaign funds 'to his The are information under one's hat remains -' or sacrifices that are en- occupation Is opened. What Housing is really no better this year than It was last year for .
and ages. possibility olhavlnja in tailed. But since there may be other people think can often be the poor Rent is still excessive for inadequate housing. Our :
own use, that he doubledbilled.theSenate complete change of heart,in this forcetoprevent others '
from future rewards as well, do not interesting but not always Instructive Federal Government has many program, low rent public '\
beating to the
and connection, is one that should beliv.n you trigger.
private organizations for at dismiss any possibility without a fact that many may housing program and other designed to alleviate poor homing !Ii+
least seven trips made between 1961 and. 20th-22nd.serious reflection on the 4.90.55.16.871LEO due reflection. Those who still have already discovered in the conditions. Jacksonville has a housing code that guarantees :'

1965. place ambition above everything past. every citizen a home with basic necessities such as screens, .;1

Ideally, Powell Baker, and Dodd should 1-50-88-15-954 else are not likely to allow any 5 -,80.88.13.821 Inside baths, a good roof, adequate space and other minimum ,
have been men of the highest honor and scruples to deter you.However, requirements but housing for the poor Is still Inadequate.The .
it Is wise to be governed b y Negro and other disadvantage citizens have always
integrity, when they failed to measureup TAURUS BORN JULY sound and generous\ principles. AQUARIUS strived for quality education because It Is the one vehicle

to the expected criteria they .should a BORN IAN. that has lifted the poor from poverty. Millions of dollars 1 II.

be either criticised officially of per- BORN APRIL 23rd-AUG. lied' 1-80-44-14-8Z4 have been spent for special programs to help educate the Ii

secuted, according to how serious the Never mind others.It stands to poor. New schools have been built, curriculum has been j.;
charges might be. '2Oth-MAY 20th reason that strangers will try to SCORPIO 20th-FEB. 18th. strengthened, staff Is has been augmented and yet the educational f:
system not the
equipping students to meet
In the Dodd Case ethically the businessof 'The reasons lie within. Confession get Into the act when you are well Do it anyway one simply can* sent Job requirements. pre- :i
known BORN OCT. not avoid to do
denying., Powell may be good for the soul. as public figure or in having many Health and Welfare services i
a seat in the House are more Inadequate than ever :
that tradition
financial
circles. An things are expected by -
But, at the present time it attempt to Issues in the 1
not
is relevant.We may ; community are resolved with a minimum ;
be wiser to share in your gains or favor 24th. and by other people. It
dolt strictly to yourself -NOY. 22nd of friction.! These problems ar e multi-dimensional ::
must treat ;every member of our high :should be nipped In the bud. may be wiser, in tb4 long run, our
prevent secrets from becoming city as we approach the summer of 1967. What ls the answer? :i
Official positions alike and as one editor public property.Depslte From then on, it will be all pro- If s a pain. People being what to hide annoyance and to tackle A critical problem ;
commonly referred to Hot Summer,
said 'Feed each one out of the same the fact that these are two daysof fit and no worries for the Leos they are, it is inevitable for the Job at hand thanto try to put Employment for hundreds of Negro youth must as be accomplished ;;:
', : rest who have learned the golden rule them to be irritable recalcitrant up any reslstnace. The happier
'spoon. the active ones may this summer to help them continue to believe the system: ::
.find them' silence As long as one golden': or uncooperative at days during this period when
made to measure to Without the Jobs they begin to reflect and think about their ::
of luck can truly be expected to Intervene -
arrive at profitable agree silence. monents when they are needed plight and become hostile that '
result in
Year Ideas Cm Eiru Honey should be the 20th 21st. riots. Lets have -:
ments. You can afford to widen most. Should this be one of your COOL SUMMERI
Too many workers think about, things, ideas u well as the scope of ,7.80.44 -15 -181 probems get around these difficulties A friend desirable may be considered asa ::
dally activities when it is realized -' through soft-soaping marriage partner
time clocks, coffee breaks, and beyond that this will speed the'march 'Or similar tracttcs that ire'most without this being farfetched in THE
up VIRGO LETTERS TO EDITOR
these activities nothing else matters. toward.ucce...But first1' likely to put them back in tbeleast degree.Sucbadevelmp rEach r

Because he took more Interest in his make sure that you are In top BORN AUG. the proper mood.No matter how ment would have a very steadying
than physical form and In late the hour may be, continue influence the lives of many
job just getting a day's work done possession :
to press for the closure of a Aquarians who may have been on Editor: :.
a 52-year-old man has earned more than of essential skills. 23rd-SEPT.( lied deal or accord on the 19th,20th. the reckless side heretofore. week when I read your paper, THE FLORIDA STAR,I ;

$10,000 in addition to his wages during 2-40-to.tti.396. Future success and greater Consult your feelings to deter- 'turn directly to the editorial page to get some general idea ::
the last ten years. prosperity may be the rewardsfor mine your true desires in mat- of your management's opinion for the week. Since I am
GEMINI It's history. One can very well who ters of security. particularly Interested at the present time in developments in
those have been willing
Thomas Gawlik received the money in Judge the shape of things tocome :
to sacrifice the time and the health, education, and welfare area I have been seeking -:
rewards for 85 suggestions he had.sub IOU MAY by reading biographies of famous to reach a specific goaL energy. 1-70-55-17-264 to learn from the printed page your feelings about the role
mitted to a Detroit company that employs people or the histories ofancient that higher education institutions are playing across the nation ..
him as a tool Inspector.In civilizations There 9.30.22.18.332 PISCES in this area. More specifically, I am in a dilemma u to
21st. JUNE 21st really is nothing new under the role the the college
the
present being played by sorority on
his 35 years with the ,company, Gawllk sun and if s simply a matter of SAGITTARIUSBORN
Sharpen your wits. An unwise BORN FEB. campus in relation to the nation's health, education and welfare -
has submitted
215 ideas to the company. repetition. The advances that problems.
attachment or investment could'
His largest award was $4,100 for improving pose the gravest threat to family they have made, and the. mis-4 NOV. 19th-MAR. 20tk. There is an ever-widening gap between the graduate leader-'
an out-of-balance condition that ,unity Anyone offering what may mess of which they were guilty, ship of the nation's fraternities and sororities and the undergraduate -
have not always brought enlightenment I 23rd-IEC.( 21st ICs nip and tuck one MI u.
be to members of their chapters on the college campus.
he found on a metal-shaping machine. trying capitalize on credulity
or may simply not know to existing generation Show determination'me world aspects discloses .om.s.r1ou The students are really the "forgotten men and women". In
What was the secret of the man's prize- have to learn the around canonly financial or emotional pro
what the Issues involved reallj who simply Judge byappearances my opinion the early place of the sorority and fraternity
winning ability, simply this, he: !has: amount to. The advice of old same lessons wnly by personal or by possessions. And a blems. Another Implies a very on the campus was to assist In answering the needs of the
been with the that he experience. The trends testers,, show stemnessmaycommand profitable deal might be closed.
company so long timers or one's own instincts mdergrads; in contributing to the student's social adjustment;
could tell when something was not goingto would be worth its weight in gold now developing are the consequences -' respect but scare away love. It Arrive at an agreement In whict in the development of leadership; In vocational proficiency; in .
of actions and fallacies is your task to decide which yon love plays the principal part.The the making of dedicated citizens and In the ..tudeDUdevelq>>- ,
he 'could be worth its weight in ;
work. to
So thought make
up a way
that could have been ,would rather have and then alter dates should give the clues
Have the
gold. These are really the only meat of Christian ethics and Ideals. May I ask you?
it better. abolded better informed looks and attitudes accord- u to when one should and should
two days when it might be difficult yb being .your sororities and. fraternities out-lived their usefulness? Car
Firms are willing to pay for good ideas. to make a mistake even if about the past. But many of ingly. Excellent openings towln not act in order to have the bet- to comment?
Leos will be hearts and to gain friends ter of the deals. The buying or
suggestions in Industry have become 'so one Intended to.While intentions 'you lucky enoughto new Respectfully yours
come out wed if prudence should not be lightly passed over selling of old houses may be far Clark
Ida C.
(Q&r..) ,
important that 243' frims are members of may be of the very best, the Involved
more rewarding than getting -
when force themselves
.and they
foresight govern your re- Dean of Students '
the National Association suggestion manner in which one goes about : in new projects, the cost -'' .
actolns. on your attention.This Is not always 1- Edward Waters CollegjjWO ;
Systems In 1965 the last year. for carrying them out may be all an easy matter and It maybe of which eaDDotbedef1n1telrde-
A sudden
infatuation
records wrong. nec..sarytoatW pnUcal-' termined la advance. And the-
which complete are available
must be guarded against for it be made to THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY-AEMEMBER
whole should
the firms paid $24,500,000. In, .awards for contains the 8eedsaIO.Tf19Z1J -10 SS -13 3 I ,. ly all the tricks to br extracted family
ideas from one's bag of. QmacY. mdorstand TO FIGHT CANCER. WITIJ A CHECK UP .AND A CHECKJt
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SATURDAY MAY 13, 1887 STAR PlPEIS PARE 3



r......... Tea Time .... ... EuGene To Present Butler DramaThe Class I CALBfDAK EVENTS J JTb Gateway Yets To Barracks Honor WEDDING BELLSSylvester I



Usher Board IofMtZIonAMEChurch ciety 11 will sponsor a SpiritualTea by Auxiliary Board 3. senior class of Eugene Thelmarettes Gospel War Dead Str., 32 and Nesmith Annie,Bell 1103 Lewis Daniel 7369 Kyland Dr., West, 24.

will sponsor a Musical May' 21 from 3 to S p.m.,In Butler Junior-Senior High Singers will be presented on 110 Daniel St., 25
Tea May 21 from to 6 p.m. at St. Joseph Baptist Church. The 55e555The School will present Its class program May 14 In Blbleway Gateway Barracks 3131, World Willie Jay Jackson, Jr., 420.
the church. participants will Include: Choir play, "Reserve Two For Mur Holiness Church. War I Veterans, and auxiliary James Edward Jackson 1911 Jessie St., 20 and Patricia Ann
2 of Redeem Baptist Church 2E Civic Annual Summer derMay 15 In the school Others appearing will be: will decorate the graves of all W. 3rd st., Wand AJvealaCara- Dorsey, 1338 Harrison St., 18.
eeeeee Mrs W. P. Carter Mrs. L. Tea will be held Sunday from auditorium. Travelettes Gospel Singers, veterans with flap May 28 at thera Neavlns, UU W. 3rd St.,
Brown, Miss C. Neloms, Mrs. 4 to 8 p.m., at the Community! Members of the comedy cast Miss Bertha Harris and Harris 4 p.m., Commander J$. Irving IB. Leroy David Graham, 4388.
District 2 of Friendly Baptist J. Dennis and others Center Chase and 29th Street. which Tan last season In New Singers, Nathaniel Jackson and Sr., announced Sunbeam Rd, 20 and Terry Ana
Church will sponsor a tea Sun- The program Is I Presiding, York, include:Evelyn Williams, Octovettes, Dlxonettes.Thomas All families have been askedto John Lee Bethea, Callahan, Swan, 303 Stockton St., 18.
day In the home of Mrs. Ullle eeeeee Mrs. Willie Green; selection Darryl Baker, Katie Williams, Singers, Traveling Stars, Andrew -, see that their deceased tallies Fla., 22 and Rose Ann Johnson, Cornelias
B. Farrell, 1657 W.I'thSt.: ,beginning congregation;prayer, CbarUe Sammle Shepherd Walter Ellis, McCall and Singers Mrs graves are clean for the 7925MoncrlefErt.,19. Johnny Brown
at 3.30 p.m. Mrs. cOurtney Carley will Jones; introduction of mistressof Andra Diggs, Eddie Faulk, Gladys Davis Is the sponsor Memorial service, which has Archer, Fla., 25 and Johnnette
present a Sew-an .show-lt ceremonies, Mrs. Alice Cathie Cain Barbara Green, been scheduled for May 30. Billy Sytes, sns Carver Cir, Christine Shepard IMS W.45tn
eeeeee Fashion Tea Sunday In Mt Zion Johnson; mistress of ceremonies Alphonso Hagan, Jennifer Seeeeee A special committee of the I.23 and Shirley Ann Johnson, St., 24.Jimmie.
AME Church from 4 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Crlssle Byrd;select- Brown, Joseph Carter,Patricia barracks has been assigned to 5218 Dodge Rd., 19. 2434
Morning Star PallbearersSo- The affair Is being sponsored ion, Miss Leola Roberts; wel- Jackson, and Gwendolyn Smith. The dedication program will work with the Americanism Richardson, Jr.,
come, Mrs. Eva Satterwhlte; Ralph Green is director of the be held May 28 at 4 p.m., in Committee. Starting points for Rudolph James, 1932 McLean E. Lincoln: Ct., 20 and Sheryl ,
Williams 1109 Grothe St.
the decoration Mt. Olive If t.
are
response, Mrs. Leona Hooks; senior class play. Carter G. Woodson Elementary Road, 20 and Evelyn Whtte.HSJ
'mAIOHT mrruatr sure WHISKY.5 mnrUCIOT All!MSTUIN-co,ream'-57.tamari reading, Mrs E. Woods; trio lilt'. a secret" Is the phraseof School Caletorlum. A program Memorial, Pinehurst, Old City 'Louisiana St., 18.
selection, Miss Charlene Jones, the members of the cast. will bepresentedfeaturingoutstanding and South Jacksonville Cemeteries. 1
Paula and Kay Francis Jenkins Other senior events scheduled talent In the city. The The dedication service Richard L. Rigjins, 714 West
reading, Mrs. Bessie Leonard; are: May 17, Parents Fun Night; p been Invited to at- ,will be held May 30 at I p.m, Roy McKennon, 539 Carl St., Monroe St, 18 and Julia Mae
introduction of speaker, Mrs. May 19, senior outing; May 23, ulihas in the Coliseum. 32 and Johnnie Mae Bryant Johnson, 1042 Madison St., 15. '

dorothy King; speaker, Mrs Senior Chapel program and Student .
Bernice C. Green; remarks, Government Day; May 26'1
Mrs. Willie Griffin. Junior-Senior Promenade;
28, Senior Vesper;May 30, -
eeeeee iors Awards Day, and June 1, .

Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Sigma Commencement.The school held its first ring. I.I I.
Chapter, will sponsor Mrs ceremony for the seniors.Principal I
FYOU Mary Nealey in a musical recital George B,Nairn presented '
tABETTER at Its annual tea May 21 the rings, which were blessedby a 4i !
CAN FIND' from 3:30: to S.30 p.m., In St. Rev. E.C. Newman, pastorof .. j
Ebenezer Methodist Church.
Paul AME Church.Contributions ,
given will be used Other participants were: Rev. I; ]
___ toward the eyeglass project E. A. Jones, pastor of New faaDfi0 5 i I"i j
BOURBON for the needy and scholarshipfund Bethel AME Church; Mrs.Bar- i,
sponsored annually by the bara Walker, dean of girls; j
BUY IT group. Beverly Hills, Patricia Jones,
.r. Eddie Faulk, class president; ..-
Patricia Jackson and the Butler

District 11 of Day Spring Bap- Chorus w l eRPe j jJ.
list Church will sponsor Its annual New StiBtoR
fJ to Pineapple Sip Sunday from
4 to p.m.,In the church dinning

ndertteAmerica's room.The program is: Opening selection Slates TeaThe \.4 : '
audience scripture, first annual Birthday Tea : (#bLh4
; will be held May 21 at New :
Deacon Welter SpralUng. prayer Stanton Senior High School from .w+ ,, ,,'
:
Rev. J. C. Burney; song, 4 to 8 p.m., in (the school / &IuEaI4
Mrs. Ber-
audience. occasion
Largest Selling 6 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon tha Lowe; introduction of mis- library, under supervision of
Mrs Willie L. Lucas, program"chairman.
'BRA a D'
tress of ceremonies,Mr..Carrle -
.
I Mallard; mistress of ceremonies Members of the staff and 4 s a
Mrs Uondell Matt- Beef at its Best
faculty are serving on a com-
3.49 5.49 56.95 hews; solo, Miss Agnes Robinson mittee in accordance with his I
Introduction of
M.JO ; speaker, ,
or her birth month and will assist -
U PT. PT. fc'IFTfl QT Miss Joann Mathls; speaker, with a table arrangement.
Mrs. Clotee Prldgen;solo,Mrs.
Rosa Lee Prldgen; remarks,
saws sataat Deacon Cummings;benediction -
Rev. C. A. Weaver; re-
freshments. -

555 ONTGOMERY Starts Tomorrow..Wards greatest dress event


The annual Calendar Carnation A of the season..new styles rushed I. in daily!!
Tea will be held Sunday at 4 p.m. .. < t : jt. f ".

Plants In Church.Shiloh ,Metropolitan HI >v"a Baptist r Misses' juniafYhalf-sizes'Comesee, : : them alii / 2
>0ages ; .
The table captains are: Jan- 1 ?
uary, Mrs. Maybell Parker, -Of
Downtown 300 Hogan St. Mrs. Mary Stubbs; February,
Mrs., Helen Johnson; March, .ITARDS H
Mrs. Juanita Holmes; April, SUMMERPRESS PAGEANT
Mrs. Blanche Scott; May, Mrs.
Susie Smith Mrs. Laura Mars I ,
ball; June, ,. B. Bennett; July, r "
Mrs. Arlene McClaln; August, 1
Mrs. Leona Marshall, Mrs. r 1

i tressle Hagan; September, r4iL i
Mrs Dorothy Andrews, Mrs Y' JUST LOOK
Thelma Sampson; October, % ,
Mrs. Dell Green, Mrs. Patsy '

HID, Mrs. Mildred Carrier, ,I I
Mrs. A. Drapers; November, r WHAT YOU GET
Mrs D. Owens, Mrs. Ada Mae 1
Johnson, Mrs Ernestine Den- H f

rt Cummings ton; December, Mrs., Victoria Mrs. Mary Cal .l. ': \ : FOR 'ONLY ;,

lahan, Mrs. Chester Sapp;Carnation \
v Mrs. Josle Sharps,Mrs. .f '. r
G. Grant; contestants for !the S .
Carnation queen, Mrs. Delores a o t
n Hatten, and Mrs. Betty Cole- : :

f man. ; : \:, $1 10Doubfe I

t : ,5,555 ? ;, f .L 0 Ii i

l 1 1b i
.__ The Fidelity Social and Savings I
i Club will sponsor its Mother's '
U. Day Tea Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. 1 t'' 1 ( ) knit ATM!* MOCMM/ rich (OCM, 'I
at Joe H. James Community .Oacran polyester Whipped Cre mae and i

Choice ot mums or hydrangea Center. I, fs "crinlcf b crepes, bonded ace ot. /froyf I,

t Shifts, rwo-picn/ iklmmtrt, orarbfovmExciting
******* ( t 1
HIL 'PITTES' PINTS The Twelve Christian Club will t f' print.. ifript and solid colon
sponsor a Pretty Hat.Tea Sun % t b I
from 4 to 6 at 913 t I
day p.m. -
? f 4 1 Here, pt'five of !Ih* fantaitic drew value.
Jefferson and Gospel St The Trotters Harris Singers will I 1I, ? l l f y t, Hour /jam" -puek.d oaortni del This b fwi j

J1 he ey typical of the values, the new-now bob, the
appear on program. l a
J
in 1 u
bloom Flower favorites mike HTDKAHiUS $ 50 ,i, I carefree fobria you'll find at Wards for your J
55,55A '
'r need for occasion.
f ,
summer
/ every every
a beautiful reraera- A.... .. t
4r. a Sentorional opportunity to pUnUh ward. .
bra nee. ZtoS Spring Tea will be sponsoredby 9 '
rob** hurrylQ l.
each by* i
blooms on
District 1 of Revelation Baptist -
drangea plantcrmoms Church May 21 at 3 p.m, r 5 i
In MUMS $ 99 in the church auditorium Mrs. ) SUmmer,Am.I*-Fortrel*polyester rayon I

; fed Cud .. Earlle M. Alvares Mack will be fir, .I ''% Hnedj'cotton lace. Aqua, pink, HIM. 7 to 13. 1S I ,

the speaker, and Mrs. Ruby A. r .J iI;' : (Q) Blue, preen or black on white in acetate I
mistress of J
Stewart will be the a
gal Jersey print, acetate bonded. 16ft to 24ft.e i
how trimmed ceremonies. The devotion will ; ; )
i Ii
be conducted by the WhoSoEver I d 1( ) CottorMiykjn lace over acetate lining
CARNATION Prayer Band,and guest soloist j'I,;' r 1/ Whit over grew blg or pink. 12 to 18.D .
will be Mrs.Bernice Harris. }
Refreshments will be served : f ( J Striped double bit Amel (jny In red,

t CORSAGE following the program., 1: 1' blue or maize on wh *. 12.1', 1.cYJ.22V1.

555555 r, % e (7J( Rich Dacron Whipped Cram print in .
white with navy, brown, block 1218. I
tt .
District 5 of Evergreen Bap-f 0r
$159 tint Church will sponsor aSpir-' ., :
Ita CMAtai rr ON WAIOS CONVIMINT
final Tea Sunday at 4 p.m., In t n I
j e CHAHO-AU CttMT PUN )
Prayer
Peace Community d
House, 819 W. Church St Elder -
Mose Davis will be the .
y Perfect for mother on her : : t
special dayl Two beautiful speaker.

Towers bound with a colorful ,.t5555 o
8., ,. ribbon. Buy earlyl
District Sot Evergreen Baptist S 1

SOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT Church Tea Sunday will at sponsor 4 p.m.a, Spiritual in Peace Philips HiwQyPlam+ Gateway JON Center, 5j 1rZ1 Normandy Blvd. ,1III
819 ... C..I4'I-S.U.. .y> "">> III
House
Community Prayer OpMII./i-'U' | c.rsyree H&nMn7ll IV*
i LWRTH'Sail'E W. Church Street. Elder Muse _
Ship fcy pfcwie ever 110,000 item I In WotJt Cctafoa! .
.
:Davis, will be the speaker. -


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WHEN YOUR I Gives Pliqae For Comma Ii" Work E K" CHURCH.. .. NEWS liIfit! I ImW

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SKIN CRIES... AMi-a.d I r cus ,

Rev: HOPE W.F. Foster, presiding elder of the South Jacksonville of Rev and Mrs. H. Robinson 312 Goodwin St. Tuesday night;
at 7 Wednesday at 7
p.m.
jPI District AME Church, will bold the second quarterly conference prayer meeting conduct p.m.,
its business meeting.
business session Tuesday at S p.m. Usher Board 1 will

Rev Z.L. Tyrus, pasta, has requested all boards to make
t Get hours it relief from reports, Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9:30:

the Itching and Irritation of a.m., with Superintendent Lewis Champion In charge. Morning ,GRANT MEMORIAL
"UPSET SKIN" service begins at 11 a.m., with the pastor presiding. Annual be observed May 21 in Grant Memorial

Idms' "Skin luc...," Olnl Choir I has scheduled its rehearsal for Monday night and AM E Church throughout the day with Charlie Wiggins,"PhllU-
mini Inducts tail bland rallif class meeting will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. Saturday after- ton." M general chairman, and J.W. Jones, "Israelites,",
from Itching mlMrl.i' eiuMd by noon, the youth choir will meet for rehearsal. co-chairman..
.*....''n minor ililn Irritation t Members of the program committe who have planned the

UNION PROGRESSIVE I activities for the day are: Albert Milton, chairman; Rev.FJ.
SAVE Service Sunday in Union Progressive Baptist Church will Richardson Sr. 'co-chairman; Otis Williams, Adolphus Mer-
begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with the superintendent ritt, Gale ColltasD.C.PoweURlchardMcBrldeAmosV.Rose,
> In charge. Rev. T.E. Olds, acting pastor, will review Will Mitchell Rev. F. D. Richardson Jr., Hamp Dawson JS.
with d _4? the lesson. Deacon S. B. Pollard and Robert King will have Irving Macao B. Williams, Willie Elliston, Otto McQueen,
Rd :: :Ilrp17c:; : charge of the devotion at U a.m. Choir 2 and Usher Board 2 Ira Hemby, Harold Baker and James Cohen.
4 will serve, and the Rev. Mr. Olds will deliver the sermons
Only..' for the major services. Evening serv1r.begins at 6 p.m FIRST NEW ZION
6a Monday night, the deacon board will meet. Services Sunday in First New Zion Baptist Church will
"tI.,..".. ......to".",..,. commence with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., under leader-
many nMNN.LOValIUN ;ir FIRST SAMUEL ship of Deacon Joseph D. White. The topic, "Gamaliel Advises
COMPLEXION Services Sunday In First Samuel Baptist Church will begin the- Council" will be discussed by Mrs. Ruth D. White.

with the Plut dp-cllni hradto-to foamy protection mdlutlon with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with the superintendentin Award banners will be given also. Morning service beginsat
of.Skin SUCC.H": toi It charge. Rev S. M. Gatson, pastor, will reveiw the lesson 11 a.m.. District 2 will meet at 4 p.m., in the home of
b..uty bath. while It flghtiftrmi "God Will Prevail" Deacons Levy Hansell and H. Petersonwill The
that often Mjtnvit" par 1A Mrs. Mary Murray, 2126 W. 41 st St. evening service
.plr tlon odor*...miwt you ours .. conduct the devotion at 11 a.m.Choirs 2,3 and Usher Board begins at 6:30 p.m. Choir 2 and Usher Board 2 will serve
nina to "b naar.'ulmol'sskin
t r* f
you lucent" l.ip. AWARD-Mrs. Mary L. Singleton Is seen receiving a plaqure from Carlton Bryant director 1 will serve. At 3 p.m., the Choirs Union will meet, and at with Mrs. Lillian Saunders at the organ. Rev. C.C. Brew
PALMER'S'SKINSUCCESS of Simon-Johnson Playground 28th and Moncrief Road, for outstanding serviceto 5 p.m., BTU. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. pastor, will preach for the major services. Monday at 7:30:
the playgrounds and community. Mrs. Singleton has sponsored a Junior League Base- p.m., the deacon board will conduct Its monthly meeting.
t ball tema in the City's recreation dept. league and played an Important role in helping GRACE BAPTIST At 8 p.m., all members of Choir 4, Usher Board 3, Young
the Simon-Johnson Park secure night ground lights. She was also voted "Women of the Services Sunday In Grace Baptist Church will begin with Adult Choir and members have been asked to accompanythe
Year" for the year 1966-67. (Photo By Bob Smith) the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Superintendent Clinton pastor to First Timothy Baptist Church.
James In charge. The J Juniors will have charge_of the 11 a.m.,
worship. At 3:30: p.m., a Mother's Day Tea will be presented EMANUEL BAPTIST
WANT DIG VALUES?GO GRANTS Stanton Band Cooper's AcademyCommencement honoring all mothers. Prayer meeting and Bible study will Service Sunday In Emanuel Baptist Church begin with the
be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Choir 1 will Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs. Mamie Fields and

Gels Ratings At Event meet for rehearsal Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson topic "God

Will Prevail," will be reviewed by an appointee. Morning
'lfltdt liJ.cNOWN Slated ROYAL TABERNACLE Service begins at 10:50: a.m. Fellowship rites will be held
State Band Contest For May 29 Services Sunday in Royal Tabernacle Baptist Church will for new members. The Holy Communion service begins at
commence with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Morning
2:30: p.m., with Rev. S.L. Badger delivering the message.
,VAlue New Stanton Senior tllgh The commencement program service at 11 a.m.; Communion at S pm.,with Rev. L. McQueen Choirs 1,2, and Usher Boards I and 2 will serve with Mrs.
for Cooper's Academy will be pastor In charge. Tuesday at 8 p.m., the Fellowship Prayer
School Band received "super Marlon Carter and Cecil B. Fisher at the Instruments.
In the held In the auditorium of the Band will render service In interest of District 6.
ior" highly com-
ratings Apostolic Church, 2032 Bene-
petitive North Florida State MT. TABOR BAPTIS'l"Services
dict Rd.
lAiidmasters. Association, May SECOND BAPTIST Sunday in Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will begin
The for the kinder-
4-5 in the Civic Auditorium, program Second Missionary Baptist Church, Jacksonville Beach, services with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Deacon Jason
Panama City, Florida.This was garten will be May 29 at 7.30: Sunday commence with the Sunday School at 8:30 a.m., Barr in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Rev. H.T.
p.m. Welcome, Cooperltes; with Oceanus Fluellen in charge. The school
Superintendent Consecration service at 10:45
a rewarding climax to a season Overstret:! pastor. begins :
N of intensive study and practice. skits"Johnny, "Thumpklns Works With! Five"Play Ham-, will present a Mother's Day program at 2:30 p.m. and the morning service at 11 a.m. The pastor will
the bands that deliver Mother's At 3 District 1 and
z Only success- Introduction a Day message. p.m.,
chorus
mers selection -
fully survived district elimination ; ; -MACEDONIA PRIMITIVEMacedonia 7 will meet in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown Johnson
participated in this event. of speaker Bishop Primitive Baptist Church services Sunday com- and 5th Streets. At 5:30: p.m., BTU with Deacon Paul Behen
M.C. Cooper; speaker Dr. L. mence with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. The lesson will
New Stanton Concert Class AA presiding. The evening service begins at 7 p.m. Choir 2 will
Jones; selection, chorus; offering be reviewed by an appointee. Morning service begins at'11 a.m.
Band was the only Duval County sing and Usher Board 2 will serve throughout the day.
band to receive "superior" in selection, chorus; presentation The sermon will be preached by an appointee. District 4 will
both concert and sight reading at graduates, Craig meet at 3:30: p.m., in the home of Rev. and Mrs. H. Robinson ST. LUKE BAPTIST
Rawls, Johnny Tolliver, Robert 312 Goodwin St. The evening service is scheduled at 630. Choir
competition. Eight out of nine Service Sunday In St. Luke Baptist Church will begin With
solo and ensemble entrees received Jones, Milton Boston Eric 1 and Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve. Tuesday night, prayer the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Percy Clarett in charge.

"superior" ratings. Cherry Glover, Leslie remarks LewisClementine adJourn- meeting and Bible study will be held.FIRST Morning service begins at U a.m., at 5 p.m., the Holy Com?

The selections played were ment recessional.The ; \- munlon will be administered by Rev. M. J. Trowell, pastor,
E.F. Goldman's march, "Jubi- JERUSALEMThe who will also deliver the sermon. Choir 1 and Usher Board
lee," the required selection program for the elementary held- order of services Sunday in First.Jerusalem Baptist 1 will serve. The pastor lias asked all members to accompanyhim
"Phedre Overture," and the department will be Church will begin with the Sunday School at 10:30 ajn. Morning to Antioch Baptist Church Monday night to worship In
May 30 at 7:30 p.m. Welcome, service at 11:15 a.m. Rev.T.M: Simmon, pastor will deliver
selected number, "Finale to the church and pastor's anniversary. Choir 1 and Usher
r ;Ipia Symphony #5 by Dmitri Cheryl D, Jackson; selection Election, the sermon. The Mothers Day program will be held at 5 p.m., Board 1 will serve. Prayer meeting will be held Tuesday at
chorus art
1 Shostakovich. After the ; display with Gwenette Jordon as mistress of ceremonies. Evening 7:30 will sold at the homeof
per- chorus Introduction of : p.m. Barbeque be today (Saturda)
; speaker, service at 7 The church and pastor's will be
formance the audience gave a p.m. anniversary Deacon Walter Jackson, 1524 Florida Ave., in interest of
tremendous standing ovation.No Bishop Cooper; speaker Rev May 16-20. Tuesday night Rev II.W. Walker and members the Dual Day.WALTERS .
: K other band received such S.A. Thomas; selection chorus;, lot St. Matthew Baptist, eastslde, and Rev; R.J. Crawford and ,"
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1
an ovation. offering, remarks, adJourn- members of Elizabeth Baptist Church, Mayport, w111'con- MEMORIAL

Other local schools surviving: ment. duct the service. Friday night, Rev. J. Williams and members Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church

1 ir and participating In the con- The May commencement 31 at 7:30: p.m.Selection programis of Morning Star Freewill Baptist, eastside, will have charge. will begin wit h the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with SuperIntendent -
test were: N.B. Forrest Senior Arnett B. Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie
chorus solo, Miss Yvonne
;
High, Robert E. Lee Senior NEW MT. ZION Brown, Jr. Rev H.C. Archie, pastor, will review the lesson
4 4 I High, Terry Parker Senior High, Cooper; reading Miss Shirley Services Sunday In New Mt. Zion Baptist Church will begin "God Will Prevail."
Whitaker; introduction of with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. At U a.m. Deacons Wo3.
,
and Ribault Senior lnp.I .
Morning service begins at 11 a.m., with the pastor presiding
I speaker, Bishop Cooper;speak- Cooper and 0. Lamar will conduct the devotion Rev R. p
This makes the seventeenth
Stewardes Board 1 will meet at 4 p.m., with the president,
er Rev. 'W. E. Young selec-
; Bennett pastor will deliver the All members have
sermon.
,
consecutive the band has
4 year Mrs. Marie Lawrence, at the church. The evening service
tion chorus remarks
,offering, ,
been asked to the pastor to Messiah Baptist
received aU rat- accompany
"superior"
has been scheduled for 6 p.m. The pastor will preach and
Ings. The marching band received adjournment. Church at 3 p.m. Usher Board 2 will serve throughout the Choir
1 and Usher Board 1 will rende r service with Mrs.
its "superior rating day. Annie Mae Davis at the Instrument.MT. .
at Jacksonville Beach last November Songfest Held
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE

On Thursday, May 4, the New Service Sunday in Friendship! Primitive Baptist Church VERNON BAPTIST
Stanton Band presented a con- Sunday Night begins with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Mrs. L.
1dr cert at the Rosenwald High Smith in charge Deacons T. Houston and J. McPherson will Services Sunday In Mt. Vernon Baptist Church will begin
School in Panama City. The A co songfest will be held have charge of the devotion at U a.m. Rev. H. Robinson, with intendent the in Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with the junior super-

band Is under the very capable Sunday night May 14, at Beth pastor will preach. At 4 p.m., District 1 will meet In the home charge.
14 direction of KernaD.McFarlln. lehem Baptist Church, Madison

Its activities have had the solid and 6th Streets, beginning at Mt. Carmel Baptist
support of New Stanton's principal 7:30 p.m.
Charles D. Brooks. The program, under the sponsorship NOWfl
of Mrs. Gllberta To Honor Women. 1 4 LOCATIONSTO

Jackson, is being conducted In .
I 'the Interest of the church's Women's Day will be observed SERVE YOU
I
annual Women's Day obser- May 21 in Mt. Carmel Baptist 3118
EclJewooi
vance. Church with Mrs Ruby W. j-r"---
An array of artists are sche- Morris as chairman and Mrs. Ave. West

duled to appear on the program. Rose H. Johnson, cochairman.Mrs. 3701 EMERSON
Some of the fewtured artists Mary Daniels will serve
include; Evangallst Andrew as pastor for the day. Other 130 CASSA AVE.

YOURARMY McCall, The McCall Gospel officers: are: Mrs Edith Howard 1824 WEST BEAVER
Singers the Union Singers, secretary; Mrs. Grace
the Harris Singers, Thomp- Johnson Mrs. Ruth Gresham,
kins Singers, Celestial Singers Mrs. Ella Hill, finance com- MEATY
ipnpiin9 Mrs Alice Boston Mrs. mittee; Mrs Cussle Gordon, S
\ Ot Ol\\'f Mary Nealy and Mrs.Catherine Mrs. Ellen Tisdale, Mrs. P.
'I, IN Samson, The Voices of Jerusalem Smith, music committee; Mrs. NECK BONES
and the Thelmarettes, B. Herndon, Mrs. D. Washington 8

\ j0 RESERVEARMY and many others. LOS.

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A City Recorder who has been a Cii.i.Jti Fir ". 7 LO S.
DACRONeasycare City Councilman? OLEOENDS


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batiste prints The & PIECES .
appointment of Charles LB.
E.
Is It Nicissiry 5
Simmons Jr. to the Civil Ser- BACON BOX
vice Board. For a City Recorder who takes

fines ($13,000 per week) to be
SiiM/ for Mi..., 11-20; f. lil.., 3-11;
Junior 7-15; Woman, I4W-23V. II Hit Ti Pay Pack trustworthy?
I..I It it FLORIDA FRESH GRADE A
Public monies ($2,335)) to the list

Expressway Authoirty when the To have an educated man keeping LARGE EGGS 3 DOZ

investigations started. the City Council records straight

'Charga-It'...NO MONEY DOWN,.!..Monthly Unit ?
The above describes Robert R. If Yn Tkiik U. S. GOOD BEEF
Roberts your City Councilman
who wants If You Think It's best to have an
>> now to be your City
Recorder.. educated, trustworthy man keeping CHUCKROAST
W.T. GRANT 1C 0. our city 'fecords ; LB' 49C

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SATURDAY MAY 13 1 1)67) $ PJ6t '9
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lit NEWS DIGESTPLEA Banquet Speaker For 25th Anniversary J

VETERANS __._ Qualified?
WINDHOEK, -(NPI>- While ,
.
THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC. the ridiculing South the African UN's press discussion was U ; 25 Years Experience Does
of a takeover of Southwest Africa Qualify
ht the Colored (halt-caste)' ''w't
'
" Of 630 DAVIS ST.., Is Now Taking' Organization of Southwest Afa :
rica dispatched a cable to .
Secretary-General U Thant: BOOKER H. SUITSAs
which read: "Racial harmony
Applications For Its
peaceful co-existence and unequalled -' ,
I prosperity are the :
. fruits of the policy of sepal Your
, Veteran Class.. rate develpment. Please give!,
the South African govern. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD REPRESENTATIVE
ment time to show the world:
e
that the population of this
; The Size Of Our Classes territory wants to follow the GROUP 1
traditional path towards self- rl'
r determination.:; All of the Tier vats Viii Bi Appreciate. t
20,000 members of the Colored
, population will stand or fall Ask the Board Members or City employers If I have been :'
Is Limited By Law. with white South Africa. fair and,impartial i" tnv decisions.
,

I I THIRD CARGO PLANE I
LUSAKA -(NPI)>- Zambia's, I
: Enroll Now To Be Sure Of cargo plane fleet has grown

to three with the recent delivery ,. I>e lex"J'aikionviUe'
bv Lockheed company ''\" ,,)
of the newest addition to the. .'
:
Place. J
: 'fleet The plane purchase VJ Rep Charles E. Bennett, Jacksonville, Florida, center, Is shown at the Tf h1DgtOD' u
price was 96,566 pounds commemoration banquet .of the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of Datoan. Left to right, JoseA. .,
i ($270,484.80)). Naldo, Labor Attache, Philippine Embassy; Cyrlil F. Brickfield, Deputy Administrator ;t.:
I CALL 3559874WOOLWORTH', Veterans Administration; Bennett; Dr. Jose F. Imperial, Charge tfAflalree! and Inlerim f
EDUCATION Philippine Embassy, and Dr. Dlosdad M. Yap, all of Washington D.C. Bennetta
KAMP ALA.-NPI-EducatiOll Silver Star World War n winner spoke at the banquet and was recognized as a "heroof t
t Ilatlsssaet>esuas received a boost financially In the Battle of the Philippines" In a special award sent to the banquet at the National
two recently independent Af- Press Club by Philippine,President Ferdinand Marcos. )
rican nations-Malawi and ,, : # Lttrgttt and Stet Known*
: : ,
'Uganda-from the International Give FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECK UP AND A CHECK km to CNANCf y.o..Mn ", iTi Ib..MMI..5Or.a.. ,.$....
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: DOWNTOWN STORE 300 HOGAN STREET Delved credit of $6.3 million UT AT IIAF00 D'CINTIa PICK A WINNER"NUl I'..NO. ..,GA''U.r YOU ALWAY
'to aid In COIlstrUCtinC and equipping tOMS
WHEN YOU ARE ILL
a new college for trainIng -
of elementary schoolteachers THIS WEEK'S SPECIALThe
i and additions to 12
secondary schools. Uganda will You Seek The Best Doctor, Ever Popular 1
use its $10 million credit for When Your Doctor Prescribes. *
MULTIPLE N
expansion of its high school ( Set Experienced Pharmacists t
Ali, I ; } programs-70 per cent of which i' Vccordlng To Your Doctor's y BOAT WHITING ib 35
SCLEROSIS Best
.LY will go toward constructing and Orders. We Use Oiily.The
1 equipping 24 new high schools, Quality Drugs.
1 '" and additional facilities for 15 SPECIAL BULLETINUST
'
: ''\ existing Institutions. the great crippler C. E. BLACK ProprietorS
.; .t't ... of adults / ARRIVED
young
REQUIRED STUDY Registered Pharmacists To i serve tou

I 1 Under DAR reorganirathonprograms ESS SA.LAAM-NPl- .........,......A COMPLETE LINE OF................., LIVE CRABS........ .. ,,, 'po 1 nReoi.

1I Introduced at the Dar Es Salaam SALT WATER BREAM .L.39cFRESH
.
I University College, a required Cosmetics: Rubber Goods Candles -,SundriesPPrXRIPTIONS
course of study Is politics Tie HlSDlI1t1P1
A M : CALLED FOR: AND DELIVEREDLilly's -
RX y recommendation for Inclusionof PICKED CRAB. MEAT

I this as compulsory course \ SCWOSiS Drug Store FLAKE WHITI LI. $1.50 CLAW 'LI. $1.35lUrinfin
was made by a conference oi \ 1Ie."I!; ill $1"15 All l.m. ,LI $300.CATFISH
'OSTM"srE"I
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, .,./ d erf MAGISTRATE APPOINTED ;
LUSAKA -(NPI>- The first
Zamblan to be appointed as .
1t senior resident magistrate Is F
Godfrey Bill Muwo,35-year-old TLL A FAIR !
lawyer trained at Greys Inn,
Lort'ly irrist or pendant; ntylc London. former,magistrate I i
,at pdola. Broken *
Lusaka, he has been attached IA I
FASHION WATCHES to.the High Court to gain ex- _
portend In registry work and JUDGE
general administration of the f

I Elegant dress or sports Judiciary.

wrist watches...pendants
Stanton InstructorTo
: in heart shapes, petites !i8.

: and more on 24 chains Study In FranceWilliam
i I Swiss movements. Boxed. ,tII WILL BE
R. Rice of Jackson-
vile, Florida is among fifty- .
,four secondary school teachersof
Many loetlg tlftlgmt
French selected topartlcl-
pate in the advanced level National

a EMInOIOEIEDHANDKERCHIEFS at Institute Arcachon Defense to be, France.held Education this summer Act itjhj A FAIR II

:
13
The Institute one of five In : 5
I France, Is sponsored Jointly II
- by the U.s. Office of Education :
and the University of Massachusetts
31
Amherst, Mass.
t
Rice teaches at New Stanton
Senior High School and even
z before finishing from this same MAYOR :
school in 1949, he had already .
____1I Soft cotton lawns. Scal developed a high degree of .
loped or hand rolled hems. fluency In French, Portuguese
Some solid or printed bore and Spanish under the tutelage
of Mr. Alvin L. McFarland
3 A ders. White, colors.
many (Ret.) He Is 1959 I
Akron
University of B.A. ,
and of Kent State University

DUPONT NYLON SATIN at (The following is reprinted from the Flu.' Tiwes-UnioB February 5, 1964)) )

BRIEFS




1 Criminal,1-Court Judge Hans Tanzler yesterday said he favors abolishment of the death penalty; I



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1\ '. with Smooth elasticized comfortable waist and fit He said he believes 'that' 'the 'taking of' one life for ,Mother is wrong, but' 'that there sorely

4 ... ![ legs. Double crotch. In i i'D1
Imo I ... .- .el'- ti unite,colon..Sizes 5-8.


\Irr..I.r mrmmlm t : SI be punishment. He made the comments in answer to a question from the t. audience ;'

SIEEIHYIIMSJ ._ .
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M.Ed. 1966. Be attended two !
previous NDEA language Institutes N
Spanish at the University

,.,$| French at of West Florida Virginia, 1964 Unlverslty,1965. and after, speaking' on "Crime in Duval County as Viewed from the Criminal Court Bench." ':

He appointed

Rrg. 49C ,r. as a temporary of French was part-time and Spanish Instructor .......... ..... ..... .......... ..... .......... .,............... ............... ..... ...&....... ........... .......... ......... ......................

Tiny flaws will not affect a at KentState University 1961.62, YI. M. AI
of these and taught for a year at an All
wear
beauty or ,Force School while stationed
clear knit dress sheers.
'
In North Africa.
(Choose tuntone, rosetone Married sad the father d six
taupetone,mcketone,cinnamon 'children Rice will spend aim : I
Sizes 8X to 11. weeks In France, from June 15 I
to August 15. I Qjj
The Institute Is designed to \
.. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT Improve teachers'professional
? competence in areas language
I I Ir.
I.W R M and culture and la the teaching '
of advanced high school e e 1 1
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6 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY MAY 13 SSI I
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"Positive Battle' 10 Negroes Holding NAACP Urges Cities Arfn Scholarship Award Presided Duke Ellington Gets Expect Racial PeaceIn I

'Fred Coigress Unit Honorary Degree Massillon Ohio
;Urged For Rights ,
State Public OfficesIn ,\: .; BAL ORFNJg.EdwatdIlennedy

To Probe Housing I'.' "Duke" Ellington has MASSILLON, Ohio.-''We be-
DETROIT, Mich. "''While we I
Mayor William Keen
California been awarded an honorary degree 'lleve that
might not be able to legislate at forward with
of doctor of music will go our recommendations -
called the Council here
morality we can and should leg on City
,. which will work
to reconsider and restore $10 ;: Morgan State College.
isiate pound rules that provide :
SACRAMENTO Ten Negroes million allocated by Mayor John During the award ceremonies, towards restoring racial,harmony
for former equal opportunity"deoared Georgia Congressman have been added to the rolls V. Lindsay to help rehabilitateslum Ellington played, for the first here In Massl lon," says
Charles L. Weltner of California Negroes who hold areai In Harlem, Central time, an original composition, William H. Hardy NAACP regional -
public offices In the State u the Brooklyn and South Brats Here's to Morgan State," In youth director.
14 address to the 12th an-
rival an NA.ACkpoored result of recent local elections,, Gloater B. Current, NAACP honor of the college's centennial After series of meetlnp with
Fight
freedom Dinner.Mr. according to the Conference of director of branches and field celebration.The Mr. Hardy, Frederick Hanna,
Weltner, who turned down Negro Elected Officials of Call, administration, speaking the' bandleader, composer, Masslllion NAACP President;
third-term:: bid for the fornia. 16 New York City branches arranger, and pianist per Dave Wilson,executive directorof
Congress: rather 'man endorse Chairman of the Conference, of the NAACP urged the Coun formed several solos at the the local Urban League, and
Senator Mervyn M. Dymally, ceremonies; "Prelude to a Randy McDue, coordinator of
ttji gubernatorial ( andldacy of cllmen to restore the funds "In
segregationist Lc ter Maddox Los Angeles, announced today order that our city may obtain .. Kiss," "Don't You Know I the Student Negro Movement,
that the new office holders have the t I Care" "New World a'Com- Mayor Keen accepted recommendations
d(Georgia told the Cabo Hall minimum amount needed to.
taken two Petal of a that special .
aoflience Sunday, April 23,that: positions as City help rehabilitate ghetto and fog, and "A Single committees
Councilmen and eight positions Rose" be established to work
other rundown
for freedom areas
fight must
as school board members "There should be His trio with John Lamb, bas; in the areas of youth employ-
no politics
+
a positive battle. 1k r
throughout the State. Bobby Durham, drums, also ment and recreation.
[ passed most of the laws played with the vital mattersof : t :
Dymally stated the Conferencenow According to the plans, members
t now call on white : New York's poorer citizens," performed.
citizens the rich has a total of sixty- Current said in his telegram iiij Presented were such Ellington of the local Chamber of
,
members, ranging from a Con J.Ir. sent to Councllmenon favorites as "It Don't Mean :Commerce: Merchants' Association -
North and South; In gressman to a City Clerk, and Wednesday April the 12. .....--... ---w': ._ ... A Thing (If It Ain't Cot That and the Board Education
| to win their atti" is optimistic that another Negro The Council slashed by $10 :HAPPY DAYS-Tie three happy smiling faces shown are left to right: Mr.Jesse A. Gibson Swing)," "I let a Song Go Out will work with so-called
a common cause. will be elected to the Compton million the J25 million allocated assistant director of the United Negro College Fund's fund-raising division and national of My Heart," "Do Nothing grassroots representatives t,
address to the City Council within two by the Mayor for the Model director of Alumni Affairs; Mrs. C. Delmar Williams vice-president of the National Til You HeSir From Me," "I formulate plans for youth especially
lattempt dinner which weeks. Two members of the ,Cities Initiated by Alumni Council board member of U.N.C.F. and chairman of the Greater New York Alumni Got It Bad And That Ain't Good," during the summe;
of some$129,000 Conference were defeated In Congress program Congress is expected Chapter; and Mrs De Vera Edwards consumer service coordinator of Pharmaco Inc., "Satin Doll," "Solitude," months. .
deputy chairman National re-election bids for school .to appropriate $400 million for which Is presenting the Artra Scholarship Award. "Don't Get Around Much Anymore This agreement follows a

j received applause board districts.The the program throughout the ," "Mood Indigo," "Pm racial flare-up here, April 17-
newly-elected members, Go Beginning to See The Light," 18, Involving students at the
ing from the the affair 2,400 sponsored gu&ests attend by the their positions and hometowns country.The Council's reduction ofModel Chicagoan Wins Jim Wilier Homes ,. Agnew UrgedTo "Sophisticated Lady," and local high school
are as follows .?'
Caravan.
Detroit Branch of the NAACP Cities funds, Mayor
Berkeley City council Ron Art Institute Prize Sign Housing
when he lashed out at statements ; Lindsay clad, "indicates a lack Now
made recently by some Dellums. of sense of urgency for the rebuilding CInCAOONPI Aviilibl II You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get'
Compton; Elementary School ) A BALTIMORE, MeS.'Ibt
lnerlcans advocating a unliraral of our blighted neigh Westslde studenthas State Conference of '
District, Dr. William K. Payne, 13-year-old Maryland
troops from withdraw Vietnam of and U.s. Jardine Wilson, Wendell Handy. borhoods.Mr. Current told the Councilmen won a scholarship to the Various ParisOf State. I. the NAACP has urged Gov. 'LOW PRICESDRUG
agerger white Phillips- T. to into
Jardine Wilson, Wendell Handy, "The full Model Cities predominantly Spire Agnew sign
of the civil rights andpace High School District,Dr.Walter appropriation, is urgently Exeter Academy in New Hamp Once within reach of only the law open housing legislation
movements. Tucker; Junior College DIs- needed in the ghetto areas for shire. very wealthy, the coveted second .. recently passed here by the STORE NEEDS
J-OS. Sen.Phllllp Hart of Michi- trict Matthew Donald Johnson a top student General Assembly.The .
Dr. Jenkins. home nestles
now com
offered the that the housing, street lights, side Trade Your Neighborhood Drug Store
(tan opinion with
at Grade State Conference
School McKInley Upper Maryland
Mllpltas,
Elementary fortably Into budgets of families
walks recreation in Harlem PRICES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL
J967 civil ANY
rights bills MEET
WILL
WE
pro14
Disrlct Center discovered the of NAACP
Gilbert Brooks. was by in the $710,000 Income Branches
Central Brooklyn and South fill all Doctors Prescriptions.
by President Johnson Sacramento Los Independent Schools Talent federation of 26 and Papers. We deliver. We also
Rlos Junior Bronx." :bracket. As a result upwardof a city
of stand a much better College District, Dr. George Most of the Councilmen,whose Search Program, a national effort 100,000 people a year are county units in the state, described
"If
passage people Stewart. to (identify gifted but needy .discovering how Inexpensive the 'housing legislation
districts Include
14 stop civil injecting the war" San BernardionoCityCouncil; 'explained after their ghetto vote areas that, students, for prep schools Exeter and delightful It is to look and as "admittedly a bill considerably Dixie Pharmacy
[ rights debate.
Detroit annual dinner is Norris Gregory they were In support of the Is providing the full scholarship live like a millionaire many limited in coverageand
San Mateo; Elementary School Model< Cities but .cases with house number two for effectiveness."
single fund-raising District, Mrs.Mary Joe Howell Model j Cities program, but The youngster expects no problems under $3,000! In its letter urging Gov.Agnew
( sponsored consistently program at the prep school. "If Whether for a vacation* and to sing the pending legislationthe
felt I the city would not use the
civil rights organizat anybody wants to be friend State Conference 1302 Kings Road At Myrtle
entire( $25 million in 196768. my weekend hideaway, as a retirement Maryland
The U. S. TCpartment of Agriculture I'll be theirs," he said. He investment or as a said it had endorsed the housing
j :; listi 18 basic type of. will enter the school In the profit venture through rentals, bill because it represents "a
FIGHT CANCER cheese: with at least,20 varieties BE SURE TO VOTE fall. the second home Is all yours- significant step along the road Phones Elgin 5-5597-98

to .go to whenever the heart to the ultimate democratic ideal
i "YOUR desires. It represents a wel- of equal opportunity in housing
I come departure from the well for all of Maryland's citizens." PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
I DOLLAR"t worn paths of routine and habit.
BUYS It can be the house you fill
I 111 with riotous color, paint pure TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
white or not paint at all; one
AT YOUR BANNER ;; in which you cook up a stormor
simply sit and watch the
sunset; for roughing It, to be 1
FOOD STORE""YOUR H lazy in, to fish, sU or swim
QUANTITY PRICES GOOD from. In as many ways and with DEANIHI L

HOME TOWN GROCER" RIGHTS RESFRVED JHgpUGU; SATURDAYBACON 'alter-egoes as many means, a second as there home are

r J"1" nourishes the Inner self which
f$ SEMINOLE 5 not-so-rich.everyone has, be he rich or

," "'. Statistics bear out that more
C and more people are allfor this "
E1 48 kind of nourishment. According DROPPER :: .
to the Jim Walter Corporation, .
:;
Sc; SLICED IB. one of the nation's leading home
builders, nearly 2,000,000
Americans already own vacation
STANDARD
retreats, a figure that predicts

i $' 00 the second second home car boom boom rivaling of 15. CArj1tArn _

: TOMATOES 7s::: 1 years bought ago. Many basic of she11s-com-these families -

pletely finished on the outside ttt t '
with flooring and Interior framing E. e'

partitions in place--which V. V*

;,. can Then cost the less family than can 2000.finish the ask for V.0.the Smooth Canadian ***'* >'

job, perhaps contracting for ,. ,.'
: electricity and plumbing while
DETERGENT doing'the bulk of work and saw

48C ing many hundreds of dollars.
Painting, flooring and cabinetry
ard popular do-lt-yourselfpro-

LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER GIANT BOX I jects which some families hav* l Ax.wxn-- .
fun doing on their weekends, Clears,WHISM-I KIM V uncut swards/ ill rust HI.NI MOW suns,.SIIUUS COMMIT 11C.
Although second homes can be
DIXIE CRYSTAL ,purchased for a low price tag,
I living in them can be as con.'venlent
or comfortable as in

:SUGAR; ewe:: 28CLIMIT ,I first Walter homes.spokesman According Its average to a

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place second suitable home for buyer all seasons wants a, VOTE ffOR AND SUPPORT!

with privacy In the oedrooms
1 WITH $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER. : and a large area for entertaining
and family fun. There
ill! are a host- of layouts and -- signs from which to choose,and w
35Cr each one packs a lot of living JOHN
KRAFT DELUXE SLICE CHEESE PK. within its confines.

Based on experience gained A
'''In custom-building more than ,.

VELDA 150,000 homes In the last 20

lAND AID PLASTIC STRIPS uG 191 42C years offers,these Jim Walter suggestions.Corporation M y TOMBERUN '
4 Y
Shop>> for your Shangri-la set
ting. If you're a fisherman,

I BLUE BIRD ORANGE JUICE 4 :.::- $ SHERBET availability make nearby.sure Chech there's of on electricity access good fishing roads and, tJ e FOR


potable'water proximity to your ) ;
' 01. "firs home, nearby shopping CITY RECORDER


i I BLUE BIRD GRAPE JUICE 44 CANS .$1.00 1 29c property facilities Choose taxes a practical beach, etc. privileges building, ;r' MAY 23rd-DEM.Proporty .

plan. Avoid oddball designs and .r ..It.aI'.lt and hcN;a IS run
far-out materials which hike
. _I.,I"I Duvtl County since'

I MORTON CREAM PIES 4 14 01. $100, costs.Select a builder with proven e 131Mtrrkdforll vin h knees Cljri
experience in second home construction Mdralo-1, childfoit Jean f tltoftdin
one who Is set up to Univ. .l florid! "John, ttondinf F.S,UOwntd .
build on mountain top, at seashore e and.p.need] Wholtulo'
or anywhere in-between. Diirrihirtins, Co. lor 19 runS
a Decide how to pay for your Manlier" Southiido
C lipriil Church
A PORK I flIUV ((11'16 IB m.] WHOLE OR HALF second home. Your builder may e 'John Tomborliii" oiporionci ,In hininou,
aC be able to finance it which canto ovliiii hi* for city recorderlu
LUIIU WILL SLICE FREE LB. an Important advantage considering .

the reluctance of many
SWIFT'S FULLY COOKEDPICNICS financial institutions to grant
financial institutions to grant e .
loans for partially completed
second homes I I f

38 j
IB. Buy u. S.

7 ...ga Savings bonds

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STEP As Ritter
Mayor appointed the first yl
but during the time that Louis Ritter has been In office-from the City Council to the City Negro
to serve on the City Civil Service Board *first In the
history
Commission and now to the Mayor's office, many significant improvements have been, 'fll
of Jacksonville The Mayor is seen with Charles E. Simmons I
made. Jacksonville Coliseum and Civic < as loa
now has a a Auditorium that matches some of the ht
was sworn in offlce..l966.ITS ..
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ON THE: JOB-Ritter says he believes In getting a first-hand
EASY TO FORGET when look at bow the taxpayers' money Is being spend. He doesn't sit
streets looked like the one at left and much worse. But Jacksonville
I streets to take In his office He seta out and oversees the job..1962. I
began
on a new look, as seen at right when Ritter became Com
missioner of Highways and Sewers..1964.


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'I Everyone talks about ad valorem tax relief but n o one does

anything about it.So go ahead. .let George Mosely do it for
you. Your utilities Department, under the capable leadershipof kt1
Commissioner George Mosely is already doing something! 4 r,


WHAT THE Cm UTILITIES IS DOING: _a= T M.w _

Your city Utilities Department is the largest business in North ( i ,I llp 1MY

east Florida and as such contributes vitally to Jacksonville. a
It takes a load off your ad valorem taxes because profits from

the Utilities: department are used to pay for the greater portionof I
the cost of city government.
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This year the utilities Department will pay 16 million dollare J ,..,
to the city compared with 8 million dollars from ad valorem

taxes. Therefore. the Utilities pays for 2 3. of the cost of

I might city government be tripled. and were it not for this your ad valorem taxes ( '. '


I WHAT\ GEORGE ... .
( MOSELY IS DOING: .b., w -- --
j J AID FOR JAXONS-Throueh the swift action of the Mayor's 1 fa seen visiting one of the Keadstart programs operated under
fr Because of Commissioner Mosely's efficient business-like utili- I office Jacksonville was able to secure federal funds to carry the Greater Jacksonville Equal Opportunity when' Mrs. Edith I
if ties out President Johnson's tight on pvoerty In Jacksonville He Anderson is principal at John E. Ford School..l966. I
i program aimed at reducing department costs, the profits of'l' .
the Utilities Department for fiscal 1967 will exceed
i those of Brad Tredinnick Wins Citation
1966 by more than one million dollars-and I
most of that addi- .
tional .......A.-. .
'l' profit will go to the city to oower the-tax load.
President Johnson

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WASHINGTON-Barbara M. ;
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Watson has been named ActIng h I 1,
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Security and Consular Af- i .
fairs In the State Department, ypl IV
I 'I' .. and Dr. Samuel C. Adams, Jr.,'
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MOSE3LY was nominated by President
Lyndon B. Johnson U one oft
f "H I. '1' .' t five U.S. Representatives tothe ...

UTILITIES COMMISSIONER : a4 t ,1', United Mist Nations Watson who has been .._..
j. serving as Deputy Administrator .
GROUP4 '" In the Consular Bureau 4 ,,
since. August S wu formerly, __ .. ;. -
I. b.i lpnW, Executive Director of the New ; .

A4 cluil. f. k r : York City Commission to the At.,
kifefV'Pild United Nations and Assistant
ld : Attorney in the New York City
Corporation Counsel's office. WiNs AWARD-Brad Tredenntck, shown her receiving an award for his efforts in I the
She is the sister Judge James community has pledged] to work for the elimination of lums..to Improve streets and sewers
.t"" Watson and now holds one of .and Initiate a program of preventive maintenance to provide better facilities and save
\ the highest postions ever held 'the taxpayers money. An ardent, in the of JoutJl, Tredinnick ha*
AdmIMme1l& ,
Political JifS. I State De- supporters the city thtt he will provide Tooth
by a Negro in the unreel Ms growni Dl number of throughout

". \: ; '. 11 ,' .',>'I ... partment. programs in all races. -
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Among The Stars --.-. Funeral-- Directors And Morticians Convention Moon Over MiamiMIAMI


NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALPm 4 BEACH-There's a way to beat the high cost of
vacations this summer, yet to enjoy the holiday in comfort:
sorry that I missed the Norman Crane-produced "Jau A within blocks of ocean swimming, golf courses, tennis courts
at the Philharmonic" recently, as It toured the United States. -nlvflt ..111M and ...M.w.eni..r- "
I missed It In Cleveland. I vas In Chicago when they were The; mtbod of getting the utmost ,are the Miami Beach Garden

in Cincinnati. And< when they arrived In Chicago, I was from a vacation budgets Center, Fairchild Garden, various
>fleavlnj for Detroit to rent! one of the I ,OOO county parks Including
,". 2% I didn't really miss seeing them, though. Harry Dale vice- iI v apartments available here during Crandon Zoo. A 50 cent charge
5>j>resident: Press Clipping Ltd., and I were out atO'Hare May,. June, July, Augustand is made at the cityoperatedBass
: jg&Znternational! airport waiting for our flight when we saw them 4 September. Museum of Art.
.; Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Song, was decked out In Selections' range from a studio Commercial attractions Include -
=. emlmod apparel and Duke Ellington, who confessed he had not 1 for two to two and three- Tropical Paradise,Parrot .
.::. lept a wink on the flight In from Clncy because of turbulent bedroom units accommodating Jungle, Seaquarlum, Monkey
was barely making It. "a family of five or six. Prices Jungle, Serpentarlum and
dm And they had about 9,000 pieces of luggage! start below $100 a month, go Orchid Jungle. The Spice put,
& &; We chatted with Oscar Peterson for a moment, and he agreed ?, ; :'upward to $ZOO or even $300, with free admission is within
'with Harry and I that "Soul Espanol," his most recent Limeflight depending upon size and luxury the fruit growing area south-
album, was probably the best thing he's done In a long ; Quotation include furnishings ward on the mainland, where
time. with complete kitchen! groves of ripening mangos,avocados -
We all liked "Mas Que Nada," although I didn't have the I facilities and other delicacies maybe
:heart to ask what It mean' As with Miami Beach's hotels, sampled.
heart to ask what it meant I Harry, who doesn't speak Spanish apartment buildings can be Boats for fishing or cruising
either, refused to display his Ignorance also. chosen for location-on the in Biscayne Bay can: be rented

Louis Hayes, Peterson's flue drummer,and a fellowDetroiler, : beach, close to a golf course, by the day or week. Ocean
chewed our ears off He didn't talk about their string of success I on a waterway where a boat fishing Is done on crew-ope
fut concerts. He taled about another Motor City personality: i I II many be docked. Many have rated charter boats or on
Aretha Franklin. 1 swimming pools on the grounds larger drift boats where rail
"Pm realyy glad to see Aretha making like this," he said. Stores, including groceries, space Is rented.
.-..!'She is one of the most soulful young singers in the country are but a five-minute driveor
and deserves this recognition." so from any point within Texas Lady Senator
f'll 'I Dale, a cousin of Ted White Aretha's husband and LL the city, as is a playground
mayobec
tnanage1'-6tated that Aretha e the first female where youngsters may work Has Met No Bias
., ftUst! to the world to have two number one records going for ..... off excess energy under the eyed
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States. by the city Barbara Jordan,the state's only
Her "I Never Loved A Man" has recently been surpassed by MIAMI-A-10 member delegation composed of state and national of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., president of the Florida State' Use of any of the 10 public Negro Senator, says she has
another cut from her first Atlantic album, "Respect." members of the National Funeral Directors and group, Max Starkes, Orlando, Fla.; Robert H. Miller, Chicago, .beaches dotted along the ocean- met no prejudice in t the previously
"They could have taken any one of the tunes on her album and Morticians Association, Inc., comprised the convention inspection national general secretary; D.T. Larkin, Clearwater, Fla.; front Is whites-only Texas sen-*
released it as a single and the result would have been the committee that visited Miami recently and chose the W. J. Bruton, Orlando, Fla.; C.H. Cause, Bartow, Fla.; F. H. free. Fees at the city'stwo ate."I
same," said Dale. "This Is the first album I've ever heard luxurious new Four Ambassadors Hotel as the site of the association's Purnell, Houston, Texas, Robert Stevens, West Palm Beach, IB-hole golf courses are expected none-neither because
where all of the cuts arenumber one hits;' August 3-8, 1968 convention. From left,John R. Ray Fla.; Perry Brown, Greensboro, N.C; and John Stevens, West $3 during summer, $l.50. at the I ama woman nor because

rTed white, In a telephone conversation, said: "We werervalting Palm Beach, Fla. .Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo cntirti par-three rent short far course.Krt rant_ Tennis. .nap.. I am a Negro. And I was right
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for the chance to get with a record company that would ,. hour: i louna none.
heavily promote Aretha because we know just how much po- the most The lady senator said she has
Probably
tentloal she really has. Now I think To satisfactoryway been so well-accepted in the
the entire country will Keys ModelingBY For In which to select an apart-
know It. We're happy with Atlantic." America's Securityand met: Is to wait until after senate that she credits .ber
I have no favorite song on the album. I want a tape cartridgeof arrival and make Inspections presence for passage of the
the entire album so I can hear all of the songs without NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Your Own meanwhile personal staying state's Fair.Employment Practices -
turning the record and law.
over, over, and over.
a hotel A day two will allow
"Do Right Woman Do or ."I couldn't bring myself to
Man" }
Right Is getting a lot of airplay '
In what is meant "hesitation? time
Q. modeling, by enough to call at a scoreor
in the Southeast Clinton vote against it, not with a Negro -
accrodlng to Moon,"Drown In My Own A, Hesitation Is a pause sometimes used by Key models beforea so buildings Items to check "
Tears" Is buy U.S. lady in the senate Miss
getting ,
says my man Booker preferential Griffin In Los treatment Angeles on the West Coast, pivot (model's method of turning gracefully),to show what the Include parking space, air conditioning Jordan quoted a senator as say-
model is wearing or to pose for photographers. To execute the and utility charges
Everywhere, the reports are all the same: "the number one hesitation a model stands straight with right foot slightly The family automobile Ing.
a
record here Is by Aretha Franklin..." The Houstonian, a graduate
The should be and left area rental
left foot toe
pointed forward. on SAVINGS car or a sightseeing
Well of
It's about.time. Texas Southern Universityand
Bless next to heel of right foot,making sure the left knew points to the BONDS or boat can be used to visit
you, Aretha Franklin, the new Queen of the Blues right and the leg Is close to the right leg. The right hand should the many attractions in the Boston University law
See you..Among The Stars I Iv school, said she was appointed
be across the front of the body pointing left, and the left Miami'BeachLana, some of to every committee which she
hand should be down toward the back of the body. Practice beforea which are free, others commercial
requested and has been treated
mirror f In the first
category nnllfalv In MIA 91rnmM.h.Ar. .
Q. Where should a model apply perfume? r----' -- -- -

: MIAMI DEATHS A. Perfume Is usually applied to the "pulse" areas of the

':. body; such as, the inside arm bend at the elbow, back of the EARNING and
H ..' knees or on the wrists. Key models select their scents to LEARNINGBoys
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.: Angella M, Bell, the young fit the occasion or mood-light or floral perfume for day,
: daughter of Patricia Bell, died aw.avas and a heavier, musky type for evening. Cologne and perfume
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:. Monday, May 8. Funeral services should be selected In the same fragrance.Sometimes cologneis & Girls Can Mak
:., were conducted\ on Wednesday Mr. Ed Gooden of 1832 N,W. applied all over the body after bathing, but perfume to the Money
:r'. May 10, in tile Range 4th Avenue died Saturday,April areas mentioned Be careful not to offend others by using
; Funeral Home Chapel. 29th. He Is survived by a cousin too much perfume. It is easy to get "nasal fatigue," which Hundreds of Florida Star NewsboysAre
:: Mrs. Minnie Graham means you, yourself, cannot smell the fragrance
:' nasals Q. Models who chemical curl relaxers sometimes
.' and many other relatives. Funeral use use
o. services were conductedon the "buddy system". What does this mean? EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Weekly <.:,:.,3: .
t r Darnell L. Jones, the young Saturday, May 8, In the A. Not only models, but also families with several teen :
.:' son of Barbara and John Jones, Range Funeral Home Chapel. daughters and many women do this The "buddy system" And. LEARNING to do business.
.:' died Tuesday, May 2nd.Funeral should save about $10-15 for each woman, help maintain hair
';: ';. ervlces were conducted on beauty, and prove to be convenient. It appeals to the "in"

.':, ..Monday. May 8th at the Range female group who know the hot press and curl Is only tem YOUNGSTERSI! If you are smart and
;, ::Funerar Home Chapel. porary The name "buddy system" was borrowed from those sriq

:.:. GIVE: TO FIGHTMSLJ who swim, and was suggested by Curl Free, the cool, pleasant "
.:. : a.atal' curl relaxer that may be purchased at beauty counters and want to earn your own
money
used at home. Usually two women or teens work together until
0:: Mr. Howard Gason of 2121 H.W. each become proficient in the proper application of Curl Free this
is the
.:. 64th Street died Wednesday, and styling of the hair, using one box for each bead. Not way to do it.
.:: May 3rd. He is survived by a only is It a lot of fun, but also: only your "buddy" knows
;:' wife, Mrs. Versle Cason; two that you have not spent a lot of money at a beauty salon to PARENTSI! Your child "
.;:: daughters, Emma L. Cason and MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS have beautiful hair. Always be sure to follow directions may not
'.;. Brenda Cason, a son, Howard, Q. I have been asked to model a spring ensemble, but 1 do rP .
':, three brothers, one sister and not know how Key models remove their coats correctly
.;: other relatives. Funeral services ,the treat crlppler while modeling need money, but the training gainedas
.,r were conducted Monday :of yeuinc adults A. Key models perform their regular modeling routine first.
:! May 8, In the Range Funeral To remove the coat, first complete a half pivot with back
f. Home Chapel. StnitiftttMS C/lfiJtmast.f to audience. Begin unbuttoning coat from bottom to top, but do a newsboy will help him to be
not look down. With both hands at top front, the coat should be
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dropped gracefully from shoulders. Remove left arm,then right p- .Z :_ ._,
.t Your professional beautician arm, catching! coat by inside collar with right thumb. As. successful in later life Many of the
3 knows the pivot Is complete, bring coat around to right side and gently \
answer.. ,
;;, fold It over left arm.


4' most successful men were, Newsboys taM

?, Civil Rights Roundup r

IA' Start A Route Anywhere
.2I WASHINGTON -- Hundreds .to be used for Segregated education ",
possibly thousands of Proposed by Rep. AlBert -
students participated a MayDay H. Quie it would scrap You Live In Florida'f
school boycott that fell the present method of making ,
Why does some hair short of its goal of 10,000 but funds available specific pro-. ',;""
,managed to shake up Schools .'
grams only and would Instead t
| break off when ? 'Supt. Carl F. Hansen. Julius provide for block grants to the We'll Pot Too lo Business a -
combing
: Hobson, organizer of the boy states for educational purposes. \
cott, charged school officials
> used "police, threats of lowering AGAIN FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY I'

V Your hair Is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see grades, and other methods MONTGOMERYAla-NPI- FLORIDA. STAR.--t3 Moncrlef Road Jacksonville Florida a
4 'it break off for ,
any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use to Intimidate students from Another Alabama effort to
4 +iof hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often participating/ in the boycott." nullify desegregation requirements

f: are major causes of brittleness/ resulting In hair breakage But I The boycott was organized to has been struck down by .... ... ..N_._-'---".. -"..._.- ., f r
j!' hair that Is naturally curly and protest Hansen's reappointmentto
tangles S.FmsT
easily frequently breaks a federal court. This time, an NAME S'T NAME "
> off In everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes another three-year term. Alabama statute designed to / lI o
it;V when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does Hansen praised students for combat federal Integration "
.
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and showing "a sense of responsibility guidelines was overruled by a v'
I tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. in their rejection of Uj5. District Court. Ruling on

Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to hysterical Incitement to dis an NAACP suit, the court said ....--....--.....-...--...--..-..-.....-.-.-.-........--
Jt the shaft and ends of the hair order" by not turning out In
occurs. To achieve this needed states cannot nullify federal' ADDRESS, STREET t NUMBER PHONE NO.
.J softening; and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break. large numbers for the boy agencies' rulings except

age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticianswely" cott. through court action review-

on Clairol' Hair.So-New spray-on creme rinse. For combing able by the UjS.SupremeCourt, Send my child 20 copies of the Flolrda Star on ',, :
FOUGHT
ease and for beautifying your hair in many other ways trained .credit to start him business.. I will pay the
beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for NEW YORKNPI)- An SELF-SEGREGATION Florida Star 11? for each copy be sells. Those

.1 your specific needs amendment attached onto the NEW YORK-NPI A cam- that are not sold, I win return and win, not be
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care Elementary Act is Secondary Education pus newspaper study has found required to pay for unsold copies. .
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and your Comfort Whatever nature of your hair problems, the being fought by Negro students at Columbia
only your'professional beautician knows the answer for sure. natlon'acivllrighlsleaderskip -. College to be segregatingthem-
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to -450oF., .
can withstand
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Mrs. Mildred C. Bradham, ..
BRAND NEW MOBILE HOMES Grand Buttons of Zeta PhI f!:=-t

ri Beta Sorority, Inc., wu OM
$195 DOWN ; t. of six prominent educators and
R Rt buelnessmtn selected by Hon
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of Office of Economic
JY ; TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE Opportunity, to lilt the Alba- ARMY RESER'EELECT
WAITING-CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOTI ., querque Job Corps Center for
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rOACtppAvAAlOa! Women May lit and 2nd for a ::
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nEPO, seminar and fact finding tour I
RIdD.14rm p ant, p Ar'-'N': 6pyP,0"tJR'r.Y mMll" of the facilities. ,
8th lire. Bradham attended
SI6G.'i s i9.C7 May -
R. S. EVANS MOTORS & MOBILE: HOMES the Conference on
3RD &: MAIN' 331-8381 N Women in the War on Poverty
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r also scheduled by Sargent
Shrlver. The purpose of the
meeting was to review special
.
e ; : w problems of Women in Poverty
special programs and projects
affecting.women and families
rJ! poverty and to suggest broader a
r d Involvement of Women's }
I Groups.
1 fl Under the dynamic leaderships
and guidance of Grand Basileus s
Braham, most of the two hund
red-fifty chapter are actively:
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e 's 11 v engaged in eight ten or twelvemonth
programs and projects
reaped to the Anti-Poverty --
Program such as: Curving Juvenile -
Delinquency through Parent HENRY D. ROGERS
company's Training Programi;help-
in unwed mothers help themselves -
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IMPROVEMENT-Three Jacksonville Sanitation Department workers are in agreementthat ,
the Improvements made by City Commissioner Dick Burroughs since be was appointedto [<
the post hardly a year ago. The uniforms which give dignity and better appearance to ..\
1 garbage truck operators, Anthony Robinson, James Smith and James Scott was introducedby .-(..,.., DR. A. P. CHITTY DR. EARL R. HORQIITZPkysiciai
Burroughs. These men also have been assured by the Commissioner that they will t. dF
be given promotions purely on the basis of merit and experience. I Sirini Podiitrist-Foct Specialist
makes it Burroughs, shown at right, has begun keeping his pledge, "Pll give you a clean city'by "
a party ordering two extra days per week for trash pickup. While other city and state legislators
are increasing the cost of living Burroughs has been able to save the citizen's money by 1
reducing the parking fees to 25 cents at the Coliseum', auditorium and Gator Bowl. Ill PHONE 764-2537 :


W'wN Juvenile sneakers will com I Refuted Still Church BE SURE TO VOTEr
cleaner quicker If you apply thick /
Seagram's 7 Crown-The Sure One suds with a stiff brush and let this i Kifistiriit Scutsi
SUGftM DISTILLERS( CO at.C.Ml MM MISHIT.69 MOOT 6S%CUII ttUIRHL Pllltt coating "set" half an hour to i AIIOICIS. tie opening of, their offices
loosen the dirt. Then put the footwear Announcement has been'made I $ } COYeON n
into the washer along witha to the effect that the Rejected FLORIDA RA.t; MED. : jj jA
load of towels to serve at buffers Stone Church of Success Inc.: ) ; ; '
is holding registration for boys'' Ilrc"'ftMi. 5418 Sootel Drive
.1 and girls to Join the Scouts of I r.1tuu : j
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AIII"nCI&oRegistration Is also being held d;
WOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN for youngsters of.all ages to I if II at the Helical I Foot 1 Bldf '
Join the the drill and marching\
team. Armour Star e
Parents who are Interestedin I I FULL POUND OF FRANKS 39 CH.r
STORE 300 HOGAN STREETMOTHER'S registering their children' I :: c.... M....thru W.4.,M.,10, Wt : for the practice of
Disoriers.
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for either or all activities are I
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DAY. Leetlrook
Willie at 5841 Paris
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Economic Gap Between Negroes And WhitesIs Scholarship Award Winner ,Paul' Rewre 250 LING' H TO"&'SWIMI

I Race To Be Ron Oi, JEAR !
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Not "
Widening Harrowing Says Corners
Flat Circuit Track The first In a series of articles on "Learning How To

Swim" by Operation NOD (No Other Drownlngs) sponsoredby

DAYTONA BEACH The Paul the Duval County Chapter of the American National Red

I DALLAS, Texas--''In the last few years Negro Americans have been making significant 1 1Y 1a 1i Revert 250, which starts at; Cross The local chapter takes great pride In sponsoring this,
advances towards legal and political equality but the economic gap between Negroes and Daytona International Speedway program hoping that many of the FLORIDA STAR readers will

:.whites has been growing," declared Congressman John Conyers, Jr., (Dem-Michlean). at midnight of July 3, will bema be sure to read the series and put them to practice.
It Is learn how to swim without proper
He said, "In the last ten years throughout the country," said 1 but also In both producing and over a course which possible of course, to themselves to swim,
Instruction thousands have taught
Many
many promises have been made the yougest of the six Negro i marketing products and service Stirling Moss describes u a their
but swimmers by
few have expert
only a become truly
regarding the final achievementof Congressmen. "Many foolishly which can compete in the i "deadly combination of banked

equality for all disadvantage Imagine that the smoldering: general community Negro track and a flat circuit.: own As efforts.a rule self-taught swimmers swim very poorly. The best''

groups in our society. But the anger in the many squalid American businessmen have a This Is the Speedway1 celebrated to learn the basic fundamentals of swimming Is to be
actual results of four federal' ghettos of America can be particular responsibllty to assure 3.8-mile Internationalcourse way
and to
Red Cross Instructor
taught certified American
by a
civil rights laws a federal quieted by simply reducing the that we have equal access cite each year of the Swim" which
enroll In the Red Cross "Learn To program
anti-poverty program and a promises. Only b finally making to economic ai well political a 24 Hour Continental. The layout will local and YMCA.

wide range of new domestic truly large-scale efforts will we life. Negroes must be' able to Is a combination of the high- Good get under-way is very based soon fundamentally at the pools good Instruction,
programs have been distressingly fulfill the Constitution's pro- effectively and vigouroulsy use banked asphalt oval and abend- swimming upon
and thorough
small in basic economic mine to both 'insure domestic the buck as well as the ballot. lag looping, flat infield road. good Instruction Is founded involved primarily upon

terms. Since the mld-flfitles tranquuility and 'establish jus 1...... Despite the darkness and the understanding of the principles I
the spread between the average tire!" stern challenges of the circuit, (First Phase of Learning:)
FLORIDIAN WINS $500,00 I. Physical and mental to the water: The first
ROYAL CROWN COLA adjustment
family Incomes of Negroes and Speaking recently to the second the under and over two liter I
whites has been widening Instead annual Negro marketing Are Hashed With Suds CO. SCHOLARSHIP-Spunjheon Hawthorne, right "taby grand national" cars phase of Instruction Is concerned wholly with adjustment to '
a senior at Florida A & M University, Tallahassee the new element (water) the effect of cool water on the body
was will In the'Paul Revere -
of narrowing. Negro unemployment seminar sponsored by the Pylon What the well-dressed missile which: run
recently awarded a $500.00 scholarship effects people differently It depends upon the age, physicaland
is consistentlytwice Salesmanship Club, a group of given annually art expected to average
man wears on his job at McConnell
the white rate, and Incejtaln leading Negro businessmen in Air Force Base in Kansas tq- to Alpha Kappa Mu national honor society by close to 100 m.p.h., for the mental condition of the individual. One should enter the

Dallas, Conyers emphslzedthat"the a butyl rubber uniform that cost. Royal Crown Cola Co., Columbus Ga. The presenta race, and to bit 165-170 on the water gradually U you take you hand and sprinkle water on

I time is long overdue for $962. These expensive duds are lion was made to the Marlanna, Fla., native by Harry high banks and long straights. the various parts of the body, then submerge to the chin until,

G (: the Negro businessmen and the worn by men who handle the toxic Stephens Jr., manager special market activities Mid Speed alone win not win the you are wet all over. The purpose of this to to adust the body

\ business community In general fuel and oxidizer used in a Titan western Division, Royal Crown Cola Co. Announce- $14,050.00 Paul Revere. Then temperature to the cool temperature of the wader

to provide forceful leadershipIn ,II ko ment! of Hawthorne's selection was made at the road-track circuit allows for 2. Now step number 2, submerge your face below the sur-.*
wonder then that
every suit face and bold your breath for a few seconds Your face should
the freedom struggle Econo- get meticulous after banquet which highlighted Alpha Kappa Mu's annual brute horsepower on the trfoval'
a washing be in a position so that If you should open your eyes, you would
mic opportunity is the key to each wearing. national convention held.. recently at Tuskegee but demands superb suspension
G .... ),. the future of the Negro American Institute Tuskegee Ala. and stamina on the inside road.' look straight at the bottom. You should get accustomed to this
because while will be in the water
and all othe r mlnlorlty As Moss says of the Daytona phase swimming, your face

I ; Ii.I groups. Without It no demonstration FBI Called To course in the current Issue of most of the time.
3. The third swim Is concerned with
phase of learning how to
"When
nor law can be effective Mater Trend: the cars
; Investigate Failure buoyaoce. Buoyance Is the ability to remain afloat with the
employment categoriesthe in providing first class citizen- Isports Parallel art on the banking, centrifugal
least amount of Some remain afloat
'difference is even greater ship for all. We must strive to for ce Is acting downward assistance. people can
To Serve without must their
any assistance at all, while others use
wheels that
broaden the Negro economic through the so
then double.
I base and tires have to- hands or feet to assist them. It depends upon the physical
"The tragic gap between pro by assuring that we not NAACP Group suspension
structure of the of
body. More women are capable remaining
only have access as consumers'bean much greater loads. On
mise Is carry
and perfomance rapidly' BY NEGRO'PRESS INTERNATIONAL ST. JOSEPH,Mo.-After more afloat then men, because most women have light bone structureand
increasing social unrest open and equal market, the other hand, the cars can'tbe
than 35 Negro delegates attend- set to counter these men have heavier muscle and bone structure.
BACKING ing an NAACP regional meeting up would't TRY THIS TRICK-Jn shallow water place your hands on
GEORGETOWN Guyana-(NPI)-The 68,000 Moslems who here refused service at loads perfectly, or they the bottom extend to the
KEEP' HIM ON THE CIVIL SERVICE BOARD were handle well enough! on the flat... while on your back, then your legs
made up the bulk of former Premier Chedda Jagan Opposition the Red, Rooster Lounge, the so they have to be designed to surface. You will notice that if you are a floater, you will
champion Muhammd All FBI 'asked to investigate lose win to the surface
party stoutly supported heavyweight was fit rome where In between, a gradually weight and your arms come
w (Cassius Clay), after he refused to be inducted Into the VS. charges of violation of the 1964 compromise which makes the We will continue our "Learn to Swim" Program next week

VOTE FOR ""I.\<-,, ; Army Led by Jagan, the Moslems supporters picketed the civil rights law In the denialof task of every component that with more basic fundamentals. Don't forget the slogan "NOD"No
VS. embassy to protest the decision of the World Boxing services based on race and much harder throughout the Other Drownlngs.
Association and the New York State Athletic commission in color. The NAACPalsoehargedthat "
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race.
CHARLESSIMMONS : stripping All of his title. a conspiracy existed between Tie Paul Revere midnight race
several of the local law
is for the same type of cars "Under I'I.si"-a term familiar
BAD LUCK DOGSCmCAcoNPICbicago enforcement officers, the which run in the Trans-Ameri Richard Petty PickedTo I| to homemakers from the field of
Bears Football star Gale Sayers owner-manager and the employees -
to gourmet cookery-is used
can series, and Is expected now asa
JR. seems to be plagued by a spell of tough breaks. Within aweek: of the establishment. draw heavily from the Trans- fashion phrase. A new wet-look)

Sayers wound up In the hospital twice, once,suffering froma The disturbance at the lounge Am contenders In the bigger Win Rebel 400 ,vinyl coating, applied thickly to

mild case of ptomaine poisoning and then from a twisted broke out after more than 300 class the dominant cars are the heavy cotton, lives a class-like
right ankle He injured the ankle last week as bet stepped delegates had heard a keynote DAYTONA BEACH-The con (surface that both protects and reveals -
CIVIL SERVICE a hole while working out in a park near his home banquet address given by ABC- Mustangs, Cougars, Camaros, census of the nationwide Pure ) the grainy texture of the
Darts and Barracudas and in
TV correspondent Mal Goode, Oil Racing Panel of Experts fabric underneath.
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BOARD W OLYMPICS RACE PROBE rho was presented with the keyp the under 2 liter field the Porsches is that Richard Petty will gain Just sponging with soap or detergent

TEHERAN Iran- the the Council and the Alfa-Romeos. his 55th victory in the Rebel suds ii enough to keep
Tie Paul Revere 250 is the< such shoes and accessories" clean':'
1968 Games in Mexico impending President James Nash Sat- 400 at Darlington Raceway on
I Olympic hinges on a probable and
opening part of the speedway'sFourth shiny
of Its racial in athletics 22. May 13 to establish a record
investigation policies by a urday night, April
-of July doubleheader
GROUP 2 At ceremonies the number of NASCAR Grand National
I fact-finding unit of the International Olympic committee. opening Seven or so hours after the
That much was learned after South Africa was barred last conference the night before, is wins.
Paul Revere finished the
week from attending preliminary meetings for the '68 games Mayor Douglas Merrifleld had The Randleman, N.C., ace now The BestGroomedMenUieMURRAY'S
model stock will
I trig late cars
The First Negro Appointed To The Board because of its racial discrimination in sports/ presented keys "which open go to the starting line in the Is tied with his father,Lee,with
the doors of St. Joseph" to 54 wins.
Civic Leader-Boy Scouts Pioneer ninth annual Firecracker 400
Rebel
the
In
the
Dr. Aaron Henry Clarksdale balloting on
'Sponsor of bill for full Civil Service tllss.; Miss Lucille, Black,secretary -, worth $66,240. 400, Petty received 19 of the Superior,Hair,Pomade
Status to Labor Class Employees for New Both races are full FIA internationals 14 ballots cast topping Dared
J BUY V. S. SAVINGS OONIQ; 'I t membership, open, to: all of,the Dieringer by 2 votes.
Si "The Qualified Candidate"Paid York City, and touts Garland,
I world's qualified drivers, and
The Panel named a total of
Sioux Iowa former
City
Pol. Adv. ..
i many of the world's best are
e" regional chairman.All 12 drivers as possible winners.
the have expected to run, some of themIn Following Petty and Dleringer
recipients pleged
both the Revere and the
i ,to return the keys which proved came Cale Yarborough with 9
Firecracker. The FirecrackerIs ,
votes and Paul Goldsmith with
not to the doors In St. ,
open !the world's fastest 400 mile, .
7.
MILLS SMITH ANNOUNCES FOR Joseph.
EXTRA MILD!!I I 'S IMPORTED According to Miss Althea T. race. Buddy Baker and Dick Hut-, R.
Infield gates for the Paul Revere -
cherson tied with 5 votes'ewch
were
L. Simmons director of training
The 8th WARD COUNCIL .. one of the policemen at will open at 8:00: p.m., and then came David

the lounge pushed St. Joseph July 3.B.CC's. Pearson, current Grand National -
SB,*. Md' HIGHLAND Mills Smith:: I really men product of Jacksonville public >. Branch President Mrs. Kelsey champion, with 4.
:
schools
who attended the Unlvernlljr. of Florida announced ,. Fred Lorenzen who retired
.
I', Idle candidacy for the vacant Bib Ward Cily Council port. 4 (Beshears and threatened her Larry Little
He reiides with his family at 132) Edpwood Avenue ] r and other Negro delegates after the ballots were in the
Smith father of s married daughter, has an older< while white delegates who had hands of the Panelists, was
t MIST son In his hle year at Georgia Tech, while the yonnier son,4 arrived before the others were And John Knight given 3 votes.
Kent jut completed his Hrrt at Jacksonville VaI."lt .
.wn year Sam McQuagg received 2 votesof
: served without harassment at
rams "Our community lion the threshold of tremendoua
0'' growth" said Smith, "It therefore II imperative hIt leadership the lounge. Signed By San confidence, and Jim Paschal
Kinky Stubborn Hair
: ,
should In the lands of honorable men. of Integrity" During the conference Lee Roy Yarbrough, and

i Blended Ha 1-Ca.outlined;ethics, In essence for all elected some of officiate:the things be edvecann sessions attended by delegatesfrom ,Diego Bobby Allison, each received Responds HAs If By Magic"

'. 2-AU cltisens lo be heard at public hearings. Colorado, Iowa, Kansas one Now hair you ta cm aatly km roomed all- :3-Council members to atop waning public fund InvellntMabout Minnesota Missouri,Nebraskaand Jack McClalren Headcoach oJ Petty deserves his role of a deb of MURRAY'SKMrior ray ip.fly
the country on nnneceieary tripe t Wyoming, resolutions to the Bethune-Cookman favorit on past performances at HAIR l DRESSING, POMADE in themomlea
SCOTCH WHISKY t-Th College No ma ta H you war a bee
city accepilnc leadership In the,
solving orille.lairInol Rebel
the
eliminate housing discrimi- Wildcats sent a record number Darlington. He won end lUck or ehorl 'or cool comlort
,
water pollution problems.
MURRAy' don II be. Contains
100% Scotch WhiskiesJIIIcUILAND Ii* added two other prime planks of his platform are for > nation in St. Louis County,Mo., of players into the pro ranks 400 last year with a record alkaline en.harsh lnillall, ..edIressnsc so
,, abolishing the eontlnifnt fund given each member of council and to prevent the spread of this year He announced re- speed of 131.580 miles per hour, .....,. .

and commencement aceompliihment ol' a citywide major street< ghettos In governmentsubsidized cently the sgnlng of Larry after setting a qualifying markof .YoultflodMUR..RAY'S Surtrlar ,
Improvement i
profru housing were passed 140.815 m.p.h.Estimates HAIR DRBSSINOPOMADB-
Little, a 263 pound defensive
MIST $4' unanimously. tackle and Captain of the 1966 of Petty'! winning, oe sail. at your ( erus.pi

; FIFTH ELECT NEW MAN. Office elected for 1967-6 B-CC Wildcats and Star Halfback speed this year ranged from _f.odto III'. cosmetic If your 'URA _

.i NM JJJr r 4 were: Chester I. Lewis, Esq., John Knight to the San '133.632 to 120.111 miles per gave dead Murray's don sot e ,

.i Wichita, Kansas, regional Diego Chargers of the American hour. ros.G be .
MILLS : WII. .UTAI reset
SMITH \ The Panel will make its next : it quickly /
\ chairman Fred Deveraux
,
Football
::= TENTH $2.55 I : < \ Casper, Wyo., vice chairman; player received League.a bonus and Each a prediction on the World 600 at 'pen r.slut eta. hI raii.b ':J
..w1 -, T4 COUNCILMAN 8th WARt a Joseph W. B. Clark St. Louis Charlotte on May 28. eoerav'e.woemePsesacre C'''''.'
f sizeable contract. 4N ala.s a A.., Mn, Ml**. Wen
to PINT $1.65 AS YOUR DIRECT UNI Mo., second vice chairman; Earlier in the month, Jerry
.amsen sea : Raymond Thomas, Springfield, Moore, a former offensive
I' TO CITY HALL Mo., third vice chalrmaan, and tackle for Bethune-Cookman

( W DEMOCRATICCANDIDATE Herman Johnson, Kansas City College signed a contract with

= Mo., treasurer. the World Champions Green
C The Youth Conference elected Bay Packers of the National SUPPORI-VOTE-ELECT

i Onry- Stores Rudolph Smith, Omaha, Neb., Football League. The 255 pound
? ,,,;, e e Fall Political Advertisement chairman and Dr. Fredda lineman played the put two GEORGE F.

; Witherspoon, St. Louis, Mo., seasons with the Wheeling :

( I advisor Colorado Springs, Ironmen of Continental Lea

-- Colo., was selected as the site gue.

... of the 1968 leadership training McClalren's most recent pro KNIGHTCity.

i conference. "pick" is Collins Smith, a US

ri pound halfback from Mulberry

Florida, who Joined the Wheel
iS ing Ironraen of the Continental Councilman

League. The Wheeling Virginia
As of the close of February: Team Is a farm club of the DEMO. Ward 2 AT LARGE
ii 1967. J150 million had been com Kansas City Chiefs according

mitted for 309 water and sewer to officials of the Continental

projects under the Departmentof League Rudolph Barber, a 196* Pd. Political Adv
Housing and Urban Develop graduate who saw continuing

ID nt'. new basic Water and actton with this same team will'

Sewer Program The program be given another chance to make

got underway 1966. the Kansas City Chiefs squad, WEDDINGS & PROMS
'A major goal of the UJS. Department when summer practice :eglns
of Housing and Urban In July. '
(I OUR SPECIALTY
Development Is the establish- Barber, a 243 pound tackle ;
ment of a comprehensive mar- shoved outstanding potentialsin

ket analysis to Identify local pre-season drills last y year NEW STYLES

housing market requirements however he was sent to Wheeling PERSONAL SERVICE

more effectively and to' discover before the first game of the C PERFECT FITTING
how Federal housing subsidy season to acquire what the pro

resources serving low and cboaches termed "seasoning. Formal
moderate Income families can "Complete

be best utilised. This will enable Rental Service"

HUD to develop broad overviews As of the""close" February .

of Individual local 1967 JIM million had been com-

lousing markets so that bousing mitted for 309 water and sewer i t ounq (Ren's Shop
may be programmed for those
r e e e projects under the Departmentof
families needing it most. Housing and Urban Develop
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B .CC Commfccement Yesr Social Hnk Atroa Stirs la Baseball Promotion SCLC's Drive Wins Big Pact

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Set For May 28-29 Security For Jobs, Bssiaess la Chicago


The Bard calendar Annual Commencement announced A young lady stormed Into our' CHICAGO unique five-point agreement for new Jobs and
was
Administration office and demanded to know; economic development in the Negro community was signed today
at a recent +r ministers of Breadbasket of the
by Operation a
program
at Bethune- what was wrong with our bookkeeping -!
Council Meeting
: system. She had received Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and top officials
Cookman College. Baccalaureate a record of earnings of Jewel Companies. Inc., a major grocery chain.
speaker will be Dr.RalphW
Sockman Minister Emeritus from our central office In Baltimore I It was the third, the largestand up a marketing advisory service.
.
Christ Methodist Church!!, and it was not correct.It most tar-reaching victory for Negro outnesses.
York City.and Commence seems that some of her wages negotiated In Chicago between 3)) Assure new and expanding-
New were not posted to her record. Operation Breadbasket and major Jewel accounts in two Negro ,
will be Dr.MyronF.
ment speaker
Wicke General Secretary, Her problem was easily solved. food chains during the last banks, afty National Bank and .
,
Methodist Board of Education, She had not changed her nameon half year. Independence National Bank of .
Nashville, Tennessee. Both exercises our records when she Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Chicago), thus boosting investc .'
will be held in Moore married. We re-checked her SCLC president. Joined the ment funds needed for ecO Oreo.
employers quarterly report Chlcao ministers and Donald mlc development of Negro
Betfiune-Cook-
Gymnasium on showed her married name so It. r S. Perkins, president of Jewel, neighborhoods. .
man College Campus, May 28- the record was corrected. This In signing the agreement.As 4) Provide Negro building COB,
29.Earlier little event gave me the Idea a result of negotiations, tractors the CJAOrtW11tytowor';
In the week,the senior for this column. Benefit amount the program assures not only on new Jewel stores to be built'In :
class will be presented in a and the right to benefits depend new and upgraded positions for the Chicago area. .
chapel program followed by a on the wages you earn Negro employees, but also a 5)) Utilize Negro scavenger
Tree Planting Ceremony.Other under social security. It is hiring and training center to services: In garbage collection,
senior activities are follows: important that you get the era serve the Negro community and Negro firms specializing: .;>
Senior Consecration Service
; dit for the tax you pay. 1 .A several features to stimulate In pest and insect controb.
At home with the president; To be a little Hunt, it is careless Negro ,bus1nessel-tnclud1nC Operation Breadbasket has or.,
Junior-Senior Prom, Student to put your money in a account contractors, food firms, banks, pnlred) an Independent allianceof
Achievement Hour; Nation) regardless of the kind t :+ 1 1 and sanitary and other ser- Negro scavenger services
Alumin Class
Meeting Reunion of account, and not make cer-. vices. to gain accounts in and around
Banquet.Laying of Wreath. tan that you are getting credit Jewel, which is Chicago's largest the ghetto which previously have,
Senior Alumni
and Breakfast for the money The Social Security retail food chain, agreed gone to white firms.
Harrison F. DeShields,Registrar Administration rattans with Operation Breadbasket The precedent-setting agree,
announced that 17) senior that people make mistakes so ministers to do these things ment with Jewel brings the
students are candidtes for the we ask and advise that you 1) Open 512 new and better total number of jobs opened
Bachelor of Arts
Science and Bachelorof check your account every three paying Jobs for Negroes, and by SCLC's Chicago Breadbasket -
Degrees, years. U some of your wages -- an additional part-time Jobs program to more than 1,500.,
are not shown our office will Famed major league baseball star Hank Aaron ci Harmon Klllebrew. and Willie Mays, from both the National for Negro youths. The full-time Income from these Jobs now will
CIVIL RIGHTS be glad to help you correctthe Braves expresses his approval as be inspects the theta and American Leagues In local point-of-sale, television Jobs will amount to more than soar past $10 million each year,
record. This Is often a saver sheet exhibited by one of his young admires who Is, and newspaper advertising as well as personal appearances three million dollars In a new for Negro families. The pact(,,.4
simple job, requiring only one participating in the current "Match The Star- Pln With on behalf of the promotion Involves special bottle caps for annual Income for Negro fami with Jewel, and earlier settle--,;,
ROUND UP or two brief visits to our .office Cok" baseball promotion offered by Coca-Cola Bottlers and the Coca-Cola, Sprite, Tab, Fresca and Fanta brand flavors lies. At the same time, the meats with National Tea Con'.
Coca-Cola Company throughout the nation. This new promotion with pictures. of well-known players under the crowns. The company is establishing a recruitment pan and High-Low Foods Com",,
SAN JUAN -(NPICorapulsory -. We have a postcard form designed which features popular Hank and other top players, Including crowns are collected and redeemed for prizes at local hiring and training pany in Chicago, will enable the,j
military service-with a to use In checking your Frank Robinson, Ernie Banks, Carl Yastrtemski, Coca-Cola Bottling plants. center for the new and future Negro community to obtain <
possible eye on the Vietnam record. The form number is e Negro jobholders. millions more by Increasing,
war-4s being tied In with the 7004 and the title is "Requestfor 2)) Guarantee,shelf space for earning powers of Negro owns$
proposed referendum on Independence Statement of Earnings". Negro suppliers and Negro pro .and operated businesses,..

issue is being for Puerto raised by Rico.the The In-' Complete stamp and the drop card In the, put mail.on In a ,.,......,.......,,........ .,. ...... .,. ...... ,.......... ...,..................... .....,.......,.. ."'\j. ALTAR CALL ,.,...... .,....... ,............. ......... ...,.. ...... .,. ...... .........,........,..........M I:ducts In Jewel Stores, and set ...

dependence-minded who are a few weeM you receive a WATCH( REPAIR
objecting: to be drafted for service statement that will give total "THE FUSE IS LIT" "The respnse to that campaign by officials and common $
"In a foreign North Amerl- earnings from 1937 and 1951 Unheedingly, both Negroes and whites go along, Ignoring the people alike has been to criticize both sides, but the net "SPECIAL"
.bra Army" and show the last three years foreboding forecasts of long, hot summer for 1967. affect has been a total movement of the community against
in detail. It will probably be Us critics movement and a total increase in racial anxiety",
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,makes predictions and the rights
Your Choice
NEW CHARTER correct, if not get in touch him of fomenting riots. These then are the steps:
KINSHASA-(NPI)- In pre with us and talk it over with'the accuse Roy Wilkins points to current conditions as ingredientsessential L Mobilization. and demonstration, by Negroes and< liberal STEM MAINSPRING
paration for the first presidential experts.We to summer riots, but when they happen, everyone whites. CROWN S.T STRING
election, to be held in are now In our new office: will be asking: What started the riot?. Why do they burn,. 2. Violent reaction by white bigots. CRYSTAL 'CLJCK SPRING"
1970, Congolese will go to the Federal on the second floor Our of the hours,New loot and kill? 3. Organized movements, political and otherwise, against Jo t.Say Charge'.It: '
polls on June 4 to vote on Building. Stokely Carmichael shouts, "burn, baby, burn" and when civil rights activity I DAY II."CIn." CUARANTIf
Constitutional changes which are still 8:JO to 4:30: through Sat they burn, "he" Is accused of inciting riot and we never 4. Racial anxiety in the Negro ghetto. MENS STAINLESS STEEL ,.
week and 9 00 to noon on
will concentrate executive : question the fact that those who light the fires may have had 5. RIOTS I WATCH BAND
power in a national assembly.If urdays. a rationale of their own. We commend Fr. Groppl and join in his statements relative $268'Compar.
approved, the constitution1 When the fire breaks out In Milwaukee, Wls., please find to the church, particularly when he states, "This question of at 5S.Q$
will provide for the election civil rights will make or break Christianity in the United
of a resident for a term of AN UNSUCCESSFUL Potr Times'o editorial States"
seven years, extend the franchise married a rich wife., At the April 23, 1967., The basic story tells of the heroic leadership Fr. Groppl adds "It seems to me, the survival of this churchSt. Me CRORYSJULIA
to women give all Congolese wedding, when the clergymanread of a Roman Catholic Priest, Father James E. Groppi. Here ( Boniface, Milwaukee) and the whole Christian Church, and BAY
over 18 the right to out the traditional words, is what writer D.JJR. Bruckner says of this country and others and of myself and the black people at '
vote, guarantee private pro- the Doet tried to repeat then. "What Is happening in Milwaukee seems a repetition_of soperry and the whites, Is at stake." ___ _____ _
freedom .of the press wjh ; ) word.t many gad histories,'as Fr. Groppl and his Youth council pro- .
and expression and Introduce thee endow7he, .sail Gl ; duced an Issue,(Aug., 1966. demonstrations) which literally Folk are saluting Muslims for

a two put IIVAt .. Qi"st,1 tla.V V tlsty..Tji disturbed.the. peace of the.jommunlty,, U him.THESE vociferous. ,, and. ?, that unusual meeting. at their Old.Tailor Presents: Ingenious Americans
.iea ; ; t' extreme enemies started a campaign against new 1135.000.00 edifice Not _
'only did they have a unity forum
and dinner with some of the top ,1
.names In Miami as panelist,but ....
their welcome mat was out and r

we saw their nursery,and other ", ....
facilities...during our tour we, "
saw the private office of fiery ;::0:
minister Troy Bey who displayed -'
an expensive desk donated ; :
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SUPER SUDS 75 37 '22 When someone needs a couple of pints surgery at Howard University Medical
SIZE of blood for a transfusion, his doctor School,Dr Drew trained and encouraged
'COMINGATTRACTIONS simply telephones the local blood bank, hundreds of young doctors. Under his
and the proper type and quantity will be strong arid inspired leadership, the enrollment
LIMIT I Will H.il$ 01 MORE fOOD ORDER 13 244 .i.iMAN'S there inminutes.Wetnke this for granted.But at Howard swelled.
what most of us.don't realize is Shortly after the war, Dr. Drew was
DAYSNUMBERED that only twenty.five years ago this simple named Surgical Consultant for the
TENDER SLICED BEEF LIVER ': ", 35e phone call was Impossible. UnitedStatesArmy.Thenayearaterhiscareer !
It was not until 1941 that Dr. Charles was brought to an abrupt halt by
35* Drew, then director of the British Blood his untimely death in an automobile ti
U. S. # 1 MAINE POTATOES 10 u. BAG Plasma Project Introduced the revolu- accident.Dr. .
'Man's Days are Numbered." tionary idea of a central depository for Charles Drew left an enduring
FRESH CARROTS ) IB. tic JOe Health and Fortune Can Be blood-a blood bank. mark In many fields. He had been an
Yours When You Know Your Drew's next step was to Improve theme outstanding athlete and coach a magnetic -
25$ Ijucky Days. thO<' if preserving blood.Andas the speaker, an Inspiring teacher and
BANQUET FROZEN CREAMill. FIUIIS, FAMilY Y. SIZE I first diu .or of the American Red Cross dynamic administrator a gifted scientist
'Lucky Colors, etc. Blood F ink, he supplied much needed and above all, a skilled surgeon
; : Send $2.00 for your plasma to the United States Armed Memorials and monuments arc unnecessary -
BALLOT FLOUR : : ; ,' LB. Box 55c.. Horoscope.Guide for Force for that simple phone call
May But it was not only In the banking of serves as a constant reminder of the
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Moncrief Rd.. Jax, Fla. HBKY BROADSTREET
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That9 ,Mel wave the'Amat- tin I
Ing superior tonic tablets, pep HELP VARIED
LOANSTO for all the tings you want to do. PEOPLEMen 1 k w hI4 y COMMISSION
''Box of 30, $L00.S a t l s. SALES
faction guaranteed or Monty and women to sell advertising. I4 ,
AND back. For Men and women Liberal draw, liveral IP. 3, RIGIWAYS & SEWERS S.

ISABELLA commission, easy work, quick
ANY / ALLHOMEOWNERS P.O. Box 230, Dept. S, Gary sales. You earn $75 to $150 if .efeee
you're keen. Fringe benefits.
Indiana Apply: JLORTOA STAR 2323 SOLVE ALL YOU.
,moncrief JW., cor., 13th. I
SPOrBORS-Members of the Duval County Chapter of the Big Brothers Club America SHEET III'SEiEl
". UP TO Secret Prayer have Joined forces with the Astro-Gents to sponsor a big kick-off of the Little League
LEO'SSin Baseball series. The event which jdckml off AprU 29 at Scott will find members of the PRIHEMS. FOR ellllECT'
:\1: $5000.00 two organizations in leadership roles. From left are: Julius Bacon Astro-Gents presi-
Formula Chart! dent; Tom Poston exectlve director of the Big Brother of America; Dr. Clarence
; 1st and 2nd Ripariic McNair, chairman, Big Brothers Committee of Duval County; and Jake Godbold, presi (
dent. Big Brothers of Duval County.
MORTGAGESANTriHERE PSCHYO PHYSICAL TEMPLE Of Alf Kill ML political Ad. 0W HOABSTREET t
OF THE DIVINE MOTHER,

: : ; IN SECRET CHART. PRAYER FORMULA Is Our Oily Bisiuss Brad Tredinnick Winning Support

tLORIDA My Prayers are being sent out
and blesslns are coming In. I E, Uiiii St. For -Election To, City CommissionJacksonville Homer HUMPHRIES
*Balance Your Budget Send for Free Daily Blessing
,, How to get what you want citizens who recognize the need for young,.
C-nsnHdate: Your Bills through this new way of Prayer. FOR MEN ANDWOMEN I energetic men In city government to give the necessary pushto makes
Mall self-addressed envelope to 1 bring about progress }have Just about conceded that Brad youR
Have One Payment only, Rev. C. Forster, P. 0. Box 56, OF ALL AGES Tredinnick is the best man to fill the post of City Commissioner.

i; Reduce Your Payments 50'% St. Albans, N.Y. 11412.ILESSINSS Take New IMPROVED NATURE Group LAn I
insurance man by profession Tredinnick has pledged to Introduce this
TABLETS for that tired
EXAMPLEYour New and not tied to any eli
to
a "positive plan
You now pay: Payment Cat BLESSINGS run down feeling that keeps you political machine Tredinnick minate this blight from our
Bank ......$37 Be This from enjoying life. 100 Tablets of the"newbreed" "
who represents one
...utO..78 I The man born with the gift.Rev. 13.00; 200 Tablets $5.00. $1.00 city. SOLEMNPLEDGE
$56.00 of Jazonswhoareworklag served the City
Having on
1'. V. ...... 20 Roosevelt Franklin of Macon deposits on C.O.D. EMPIRE diligently to build a greater Council 0959-1962)) Tredinnick
Georgia. It Is through God that PRODUCTS t SALES Dept. FS
Payments I all evil conditions, and better Jacksonville city Is familiar: with the problemsof
can remove 5937 N. Broadway, Chicago,Ill
; Include Life, wish to I buzzing with business and pro- streets and sewers mat have
some questions you nay 0626.
Finance.. 35 Health &
buzzing with business and faced Jacksonville citizens for
Misc. .......20 Accident know. prosperity a city of high moral many years.He .
TOTAL $188 Insurance DO YOU NEED MONEY? HELP WANTED and ethical standards, a citya declares that Jacksonville
7 clean government, a city streets and sewers "are among
SICKNESS NATURAL?
IS MY .
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:Above Appro Figures$1900.Reoresent Loan CAN MY HUSBAND STOP Female where children can be rearedin the worst in the State" andy I "As your City Councilman for Ward 8 I shall wage total .war
wholesome atmosphere,
DRINKING? a selfish interest I shall!! seek the true needs
of racial relations, on at every turn.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPT. CAN MY LOVE ONES BE TYPISTMUST a city good
'i I .. RETURNED? with equality and 'Justice for_ of our City as a whole and fight to fulfill them against all

MURSON, INC. DO 60 W.P.M. ACCURATELY all.Brad Tredinnick has foughtin selfish opposition."
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They call me the (Rootman)
GOOD IN ENGLISH the past for the things that
6735 1st Aye. So. But I am only a servant of God.
SPELLING. will make Jacksonville a better
St. Petersburg Fla., 33707 all Because life's God problems.Is the I answer a m t h to eKing Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 place to live for everyone... lg Humphries Qualified to Make Such a Pledge?

24-Hour-A-Day Service of all Day Prophets Send Moncrief Ad., Jax., Fla. areas of minimum standard 11 Let's look at his record: Former Assistant Duval County Solicitor -
housing... more Jobs throughnew
Bible
for special selected
CALL 894-0116 COLLECT verses.my To be readonSPECIALDAYS. industry..addltlonal Youthfacilities ; presently, Assistant State Attorney. CLEAN GOVERN-

ZI6 m SEWING throughout the City... MENT IS HIS BUSINESS IT'S THE ONLY BUSINESS HE
;* (St. Petersburg) Send a self-addressed,stampdenvelope elimination of waste.-
and $2.00 for Siblt MACHINE He recognizes that slum clear- KNOWS. For clean government. .
../ASKFORMR.MURASSO.., verses and spiritual Message. We have two 1967 Dlal-O-Matlc ance, as he put it, "18 a must I
:x:' You will receive Bible verses today if we are to have progress
Call Or Write Today Ue Zags, that have never been ELECT
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return mall tomorrow. He is aware that
r by used. They were lay-aways,
citizens suffer most because -
Negro
MAIL COUPON 10D1YVim Send TO: never picked up.Customers left
Aev. Roosevelt Franklin this area. We are unable to locate of the existence of
: ........................ 630 Morrow Avenue them. You can have these disease ridden slums, but be HOMER HUMPHRIESCITY

AiUrett ....................... Macon, Georgia 31201 sewing machines for the bal- also knows that slum-born affect Please Adds that much money has which been
could repairs
eventually our In costly
ance ot $47., each. Cash or wasted ,
OJ' .. .......'.n rho ..,.... I specialize in all case work terms. Phone 353-1946. Any communities.To have only been temporary.One COUNCIL' -WARD 8
.;,.;".. Phone area code: 912-74-56475 time, will deliver no obligation remedy the dreadful threatof of the main reasons cltl. Born in Jacksonville 37 Went through public schools here. College
years ago,
diease that slums pose,Bra zens of all races and religious
beliefs are rallying to the support graduate. Attorney. U.S. Air Force pilot, Family man Churchman Homeowner.
k' SNIP XT TOUR AlP the candidatefor
of' young; Paid Political Adv.rtl..m.ntLlIIwtiI1I1
'I the City Commission Is
WAREHOUSE STORE that be has assured them that
I he has a program forpreventa-
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SH +- tive,maintenance that will result -
3000 I 45tk ST. in permanent and service- ; !

.> able streets and sewers.
Tredinnick said he welcomes
; ::. : y. suggestion for helping him to The
The store that .aboufr PRICES IN ills AD win his campaign as well as
cares Little Old
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ARE GOOD TRROUKN city faculties. He estimated LadyGoes

SATURDAY, MAY 13. that several hundred white and y 3 ," SUMMER On
colored citizens have volun- FUN A
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past weekend urge anyone who AR RADIO SummerSelling
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MAYONNAISEQUART Manual.Tuning 7 Tuned iCrcuits low Battery PATIO
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