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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 3, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 3, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00462

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PresideetWASHINGTON For 'RightsWASHINGTON _! _- I
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CAMDEN, Ala. The NAACP has called on the Justice De DC,- More JOB THAWING FOR YOUTB-Mayor Louis B. Ritter 11 seen presenting to lob Training --.-...--.... --,
President partment' to Investigate circumstances: ae/roundlng the death than 25,000 signatures of support Project Director Gardner SUDS ,Jr. a signed contract which would provide cn-tbe-Job
Lyndon B. Johnson announced of Bedell Williamson, a young Negro civil rights worker for the 1967 during training for youth In the Electric Utilities Department for a period of Z4 weeka. Looking that a l large 'number of Negro
Wednesday his Intention to whose body was found in the Alabama River In rural Wilcox bills were received a 011 at the presentation which took place in City Hall are, from left, T.W. Bostwick, Elec- citizens stayed away from the
nominate John Douglass Faunt- County.. three-day period here at the Dept, engineer manager; 1.14. Peterson, Joe Gibson and James RlcoardsoUrUuague -
leroy, 47, well know Negro In calling for the Federal first member of his race to Washington bureau office of the Job Training program representatives. Witnessing the presentation are AH survey of the votes in the

lawyer Juvenile m Court Washington bench, of to the the probe, the Rev. ILL Buford, serve as poll watcher during NAACP. Utilities Commissioner George Moseley and J.H., Fortenberry Coordinator for the city predominantly Negro precinta, I
Alabama NAACP field director this year's Democratic pri The NAACP announced two
training
District of Columbia. job program. shows that about 11; ,8Z3 Negro
said "the initial report week ago at a New York City ,
mary. ;
voters Just plain old stay-
Fanntleroy was bon in Wash Lnmmle Jen- hews conference the .. .. '. : were
give reason to believe" that Sheriff P.C. ( ) launching / Y -
at-home neglecting to do their
Ington Terrel Law and School Is a ,graduate having done of Williamson's death' resulted Jdns of Wilcox County, priorto of a nationwide drive to gain 'Gen. Davis Tikes NEGROES ASKED TO URGE duty,.a*,citizen, *, and as Negroeswho
from foul play." a scheduled autopsy, described one million signatures to support want representation IncoY.roment
his ", dercra4uate.'wortat' According to Rev. Buford,Mr. the death as "acci. enactment of the 1967 civil( .
affairs.If
American. He and.is a Rutgers member Universities. of Williamson was last seen alive dental and said there was right legislation Over' '13ft Air Force SENATORS TO VOTE AGAINST only L on Friday May 19, some four no reason to believe that foul Clarence Mitchell, NAACP citizens had voted, Mrs ,Mary
the D.C. Democratic Central
,
miles from the river where Us play was Involved. Washington bureau chief, said WASHINGTON.-APILt(
Committee and has been activein body was discovered on May 23. "The Initial response has been, Ceo. Benjamin 0. Davli will HAS DISTRICTING BILL ',
public affair He is marriedand LeRoy Randolph Wilcox ONCE GIveS overwbelmlng..At this rate we take over command uf tilt 13th
has four children. County NAACP Branch president should achieve our goal of one Air Force In the Philippine
In naming Fauntleroy to the said that Mr. Williamsonwas million signatures." on Aug. 1, the White Hew! tM BALTIMORE -- Rep. gressmen make up about 1.2
Judgeship, President Johnson "very active" in civil $5,000 Grail Responses have come from announced.He John Conyers ( r-MictIs) per cent of the House of' a.presentatlYe8eompared .-,
Improved his own precedent- rights activities and was the states in the Far ,West, including is now chief of staff of UJJ. battling a measure approved to a' .+. t
shattering recored of Judicial PHILADELPHIA United California; from the Forces In Korea and chief of ,by the Senate Judiciary Com 11 per cent Negro populationin
appointments of Negroes to the Fund has been Midwest from Texas, from staff of the United Nations com- mittee that would let Congressional the country.
PIN Attacks On Negro College!
Judiciary. October last year districts be changed
several southern states Including mand there. Thus, Negroes are approxtt -
$5000
named recipient of a
President Johnson named four Louisiana Davis M whose father by state legislatures and thus
Georgia Gen.
grant-in-ald from ,the Atlan- ,
Negroes to the Judiciary one Housing Conditions tic Richfield Foundation, supported North and South Carolina, Virginia was the first Negro general In reduce Negro political power.
day, more than all the Republican "I intend to Immediately contact -
by Atlantic Richfield Co. u well as from the northeastern the U.s. Army, la the nation's ,
Presidents combined Job Discrimination Fund officials said the grant seaboard states, Mr. highest ranking Negro officer. Negro poUtlcallea4er.IU'arouncl ti, "
throughout our history. Mitchell reported.At A native of Washington, D.C., the country to request t
was one of the largest single J
Among the Negro appointeesto contributions ever made locally his news conference he attended school In Cleve- them to urge their Senators to eRJ r
the federal bench In the NEW YORK. -The adult and la support of UNCPs Executive Director Roy Wllklns land and went to Western Reserve vote against this discriminatory
Democratic administration: branches of the New York University and the University and unconstitutional bill when
youth
and would has stressed the need for"em-
educational program, the Senate SALLYE B. MATHS
Judge James B. Parsons, U.3. before onsiders It on June'IS
the NAACP
State Conference of of Chicago
momentum phasizing support for the -
District Court, Chicago. provide "significant passage "be said would have been elected -
in Singleton
have announced plans to attack graduating for West Point
of the 1967 civil
drive rights
fund underway -
tothe 1967 now
Judge A. Leon Hlgginbotbam, ghetto housing conditions and 1936. "The Congressional Redistricting as the first woman city
bills and visits
UJS. District Court, Philadel launch a drive against discrimination "here and across the -civil, right pledged delegations by to He had flight commands in Bill approved by the council member in the history.

Judge In employment.In country.Annoucement of the grant was pro Washington during the debateon North Africa, Sicily, and Italyin Senate Judiciary committee will' of Jacksonville and the first
Spottswood W.Robinson, a recent press conference World War D. surely perpetuate discriminatory Negro member in more than
r... UJS. Court of Appeals, Washington Gerald Taylor, 18-year-old made Jointly by F. Markoe the bills. gerrymandering be toldan CONYERS fifty years.
: D.C. president of the Youth Division, Rlvlnus, president of Smith, : audience at Morgan State Had 10,000 more had voted,
Judge Wade McCree,U.J.DIa- outlined,details of a project to Kline and French, now serving College. mately 900 'percent underrepresented Mrs. Salley Liable would have
trict Court, Detroit. "abolish the tenant -laDdIord UNCF as Philadelphia area ,'r"I The bill, be said, leave the In Congress, been elected also. 4
Judge Constance Baker Motley relationship and replace It witha drive corporations chairman, \ '' shaping of Congressional district counting Adam Clayton Powell's Last week's failure to elect
o' UJ5. District Court New cooperative plan supportedand and Thornton F.Bradshaw,president 1 ... ( K \ boundaries to almost complete vacant seat possibly three Negroes to office
York. nurtured by an administrative of Atlantic Richfield,and i rr -, discretion of the state If Powell's seat Isn't coveted In Jacksonville Is something of
Judge William Benson Bryant. setup." a trustee of the Foundation.Mr. i legislatures," said Con Negro representation Is about I the past1 4 there Is still another f

U.S. District Court, Washington This would constitute an attack Rlvlnus balled the grant ,- '.. -. '.'"-'-- .. .. .. _. l ,q .. ; yers. per cent or> about 1,100 per chance On Tuesday, June 6,
D.C. on substandard housing in the as an early Indication of campaign BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL. "Those In power have traditionally cent less than what It should citizens In the colored areas,
Judge James 1.. Watson UJS. ghettos. The first step wouldbefor success and commended TIRED drawn political boundaries be.Lack will have the opportunity to redeem -
Customs Court, New York. the tenants to acquire deteriorated Atlantic for "this outstanding LYNCHBURG, Va- (ffP1)-.Student) editor,, tired of being to favor their own reelections of representatlonlnCon- themselves.
Judge Aubrey Robinson, UJS. buildings negotiations example of community-wide Interest lynched by unfair Jounallsm, have banded together to condemn and their political, gress Is and old story, The FLORIDA STURJ, Jwlta
District Court, Washington, with landlords.that and support"In behalf the local press1 biased handling of racial news. Repercussions ethnic, or geographic group' and Powell' district is a casein Mrs Mary Singleton and Mrs.
D.C. failed, Mr. Taylor said the of general education. of their joint editorial may mean a new trial for This provision would discriminate point. Although Negroes became Sallye Stable Is urging all registered -
Judge Richard B. Atkinson, tenants would be encouraged The United Negro College FundIs Thomas Wansley, convicted of rape and robbery March It and against all disadvantage predominant in northeast voters to get out and
D.C. Court of General Sessions to ask city, and Federal agencies the fund-raising body for 33 not exactly. loved by the Lynchburg dews and Dally Advance: group who have so long been Manhattan by World War I, It ,vote. If you have a transportation -
Washington, D.C. to share the costs of Independent fully-accredited, denied their proportionate Influence was not until World War H that problem see page four
Judge Harry T. Alexander, buying such properties, and principally Negro, colleges and APPROVEDNEW In political life" Negro representation from the for a list of telephone numbersyou
D.C. Court of GeneralSesslons, selling them back to the tenants universities across country. YORK.-((NPT)-Jnterfalth hospital, a non-accredited institution Rep. Conyers, the most recently area was' possible. can call to secure transportation
Washington, D.C. to operate) as nonprofit These institutions currently enroll operated) by Negroes in Jamaica, Queens, has been elected of the six Negro Until.4hen,Congressional districts to the polls, rain or
OOO students.UNCF's .
3
cooperatives.He nearly approved toprovide medical care for health department patients. Congressmen, led the opposition were so divided in Man shine. If you have any difficulty -
lax Airman Wins stressed that "It has to Philadelphia office bin The approval came despite vigorous objections of Dr. Edward to the bill when It hattan that Negroes were In a. contact the FLORIDA.
be the tenants who do this-what Juniper the Witherspoon and Walnut Building Streets. O'Rourke, the city's health commissioner, who said "We can't passed the House of Representatives majority In none of them. STAR. ,
they want must come from the lower medical standards to please community groups." The a few weeks ago.
William J.C. Rnghson, a Philadelphia -
Mask Talent Contest tenants themselves. The National Bank vice- hospital has no approved residency or internship training pro- In every other aspect of NAACP Leaders Issue Program
American w., Negro ghetto
Youth
NAACP has than 40
more gram.
'
DAYTON, Ohio -Sta Ser president Is chairman of the
whose Councils across the state which are treated as totally separate HOUSTON, Texas. Student The five-point program presented -
John A. Thomas current drive
. grant will be working In this anti- DISMISSED. entitles, the Congressman said. leaders at racially-tense Texas to city officials and
mother, Mrs. Glennle L. Lang slum drive. NEW YORK.- lives at MM 26th St. Jacksonville
W.
Almost simultaneously, the has dismissed a complaint of discrimination filed by a groupof ) political boundaries, Negroesare for the release of all students NAACP branches called for the
Fla.in the,' was UJ).Air a recent Force Newburgb Cbpater of the Association COOL SUMMR" prominent Negroes, Including former baseball star Jackie suddenly paired with white Jailed and compensation for relased "In reasonable bond"
participant talent contest at voted to Institute a Rob against an upstate country club. The NAACP plans suburbs order to keep Ne- personal property of those students being held on'
Worldwide AFB Ohio. direct action program to over to = the decision. It.was charged that the $1.4 million groe* a minority. In every die"This police during a damaogedby suspicion of riot or assault.
Wright-Patterson come segregation In employment PLAN ADOPTED Putnam Country Club, Mahopac. N.Y., withdrew fashionable trict the predominantly Negro cam- The student demands aI.soeal-
He participated the music According to Mrs. Jan layout from the market after learning the prospective: purchasers technique: also Is used pus on May 17. led for the elimination police
category.A Shlarella, a branch official, SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.- In of the IH-acre'II-boIe golf course property were to insure than only in the smal- Cleve McDowell, a spokesmanfor records: against the 461 stern,
.. graduate of New Stanton "selective buying Is positive an effort to head off any summer Negroes lest number of districts are the campus chapter of the dents arrested Id the'aftermath
t j' Senior High ScIIooI. the sergeant support of business which practice disorders In both poverty Negroes a really significant NAACP, released the student of the riot, sodas
attended Allan Hancock: fair employment. stricken and minority group) FREE FOR ALL < political factor. demands to newsmen In a five- "honest and thorough" investigation
College during his off-duty To Implement the program,the commwtties. the NAACP has NEW YORK-NPI was a free-for-all between Dr.Martin Tilt and reasonable formation point program "tobring Justice* "using forces other
hour at Vandenberg AFB, NAACP has requested a list proposed Imaginative plan Lather King Jr: and Freedoll JIouM.-.w1thROJ WUtIna,NAACP of the size and shape of to t the TSU campus." than the Houston police" to
Calif. He also attended the University from the Human Relations Com- for a "cool summer in San executive director: caught la the middle. The fend began when Congressional districts pro- The'/ National Office of the determine the cause of the'
of Maryland European mission of those business whteh Francisco." Freedom House, a civil rights-oriented group, said Dr. King bably would result In the dentin NAACP baa called on the UJS. flare"",. ,
Division tit Turkey, during his say they support fair employ As anacuncedbySanlranclsco was lending his "mantle of respectability" to an anti-Vietnam I of Negro Congressmenfrom Attorney General and state and John A. Morsell, NAACP assistant
o -dutJlaour.. ment. Each member will be Branch President Ray Talia- war coalition that includes know Communists. Dr. King Brooklyn, Chicago's local officials to launch a"vigo executive director: and
His wife, Catherine, Is the sent a copy, and advised to ferro, the plan would Incorporate ,denied the charge and accused the Freedom House of using West fide, south Los Angeles, roes Investigation" of the riot C. Anderson Davit NAACP
daughter of Mr. and Mr*.Henry patronise stores where statements both employment and recreational "McCarthy-like tattles" WUkins, a Freedom House director, Newark, Cleveland, and Bait- and "wanton destruction" of special: field director, nude
Flectber of 1020 W. Monroe of good faith In employment activities for young was ti the meeting when the attack on Dr. King was approved," more, he said. student property by Houston a. on-the-spot Inspection CI(I
St., Jacksonville. have been Implemented people. but later said he did not go along with It fully. The nation's six Negro! Con police. the campus

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TH1.Z P.C'LonrDASTAR..
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NEWS


Published by the Florida Star ftMtohing, CoupiyMEMBB'H THE HIGH COST OF HOUSING DISCRIMINATION

are few areas of life In which discrimination haras
Ther.
But it also harms
Negro cttlzeM more than housing. tbe
comes with! t
wholl country. Housing discrimination veryhigh

NEGRO P.tNATIONAl' The price Negro tag, -of and course everybody, pays pays.most. Because

discrimination prevents Negroes from moving
//i "captive market", '
become t
elsewhere, they fl
;
bad housing than do
rent for their
Ule paying more
0. Ik SON
) .Miiifiae' Mill people in better housing.
.
.' In Harlem, more than one of every five I
BIOA 'OOTEI( ......CircilatiOQ Maiajer ..._11I.' ._ ., ,.-.. In An.nU2.A: houalnr-DaY more
than $80 per ;"rlLRent per square foot for some of
s these apartments is higher than it is for some luxury buildings.

2323 Mucrief Rud Phone Elgin' 4-6712 VO A Labor Department study concluded that poor families in
the ghetto get less value for their rent dollars than those who I

NailiiC Address are better off, and Chicago Urban Leaeueltudy recently found
Ad4y that Negroes' pay, on the average, J10 per month more for
and $1,500 more for comparable
comparable apartments
P.O. Box 599 Jackjoaiille, Florida 32201 homes than do whites.

And that is Just the money cost of discrimination. Beset
MIAMI OFFICE the figures and the statistics is the daily battle with no

heat, poor plumbing or none at all, lack of space, decaying
SOU Ntf 7tk. Are. Phil 751-3879 surroundings, and the nightly war against rats. This is the
tragic background that breaks the spirit of so many people
and It is the background to the valiant struggle being fought

SUBSCRIPTION RATES *'Eve / ONt dally by the majority of slum families who create homes,

One Year $6.00' Half Year 4.00 STAMPS HIS OUN of dignity and cleanliness In the midst of despair.
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United states I VALUE ONHIMSCLF.THCKRlCe/ 1 Children pay the cost of housing discrimination too. Almost
half of Negro children live In'overcrowded housing, moslljr
Subscription payable In advance CHALLENGE in the ghetto. President Johnson told Congress: "Achlld grow
Send check or Money Order to: FOR OURSELVES ing up in such an environment must overcome tremendous
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 IS GIVEN //JS.- 'N man-made obstacles to become a useful citizen. The misery
Jacksonville 1, Florida ISMADE GREATOR we tolerate today multiplies the misery of tomorrow."
until evrnOWN Discrimination In housing also results in an almost unbearable .
WILL/ e ex"KU4 cost to our cities. The social cost of slum housingand
FAMU Alumni Must Wake Up Now !IIt w Y1 the spreading ghetto contributes to the tremendous fin-

ancial pressures on local governments. It Is estimated that
looks like the Florida politiciansare THE SURE WAY! the municipal services to slum areas cost almost twice
determined to reduce Florida MM University what those areas pay In taxes. And as segregation increases,

to a status of inconsequence. -- -- ----.- -- ---- __ __,_ -! __ these costs rise. Even in the most Integrated northern cities,
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At a packed room meeting of local alumni I I the vast mjoriry of Negroes live in segregated housing.
in Tallahassee area last week Negroes must have the same housing opportunities as white
A. W. Conley indicated that the I 1 ;; i -----------------1 citizens and must be allowed to move into the suburbs or

institution' appendages are being cut I YOllRWeeklyHoroscope other sections of the metropolitan area which are now often

off "one at the time and rendered ineffective closed to them. If the majority of Negroes are forced into
If this happens, what will .1 blighted slums, then the future of our cities is> dim indeed.
,. That cost of discrimination. .
1 is a pretty high
become of the opportunities for Negro 1 1 White families living in our metropolitan areas pay a high

citizens to get a college education in Guide 1 cost, too. They must pay higher taxes to support the greater

the state? >* >* *j.* 1 social services made necessary by conditions caused by
The whole problem grows out of the. 1 segregated ghetto dousing They are deprived of the diver-
existence of two state institutions of I sity of experience which only a neighborhood composed of

higher learning in the city of Tallahassee. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER I people from different backgrounds can bring.
1
*- But most of all, their children are deprived of contact with
in the of financial
name economy, .
'-' ;. 1 children of other races and nationalities. In a world which is
it has been'proposed that be
FAMU merged 1 1 three-fourths nonwhite, In which business has overseas Interests -
with FSU also in Tallahassee. If this 1 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR, 1 ud requires its employees to be capable of meeting
happens, you know what will happen to 1i 1 all sorts of people and situations, these youngsters will beat
FAMU employees each year gradually.Now a disadvantage. They also face the danger of becoming
since the white officals of the Infected with a smug sense of superiority which will be
state put two state institutions in the :BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I shattered when they enter the diverse, democratic modern

same city for sezre gation's sake. then 1 world.
should be willing -to -let each institutiongrow That Is what one suburban mother meant when she told

to its fullest without 'merging. .:rerrarlnrrrrr, rrrrrrrrr -I rIrrrrdrr _rr _. .. -.r..eerrj 4 me: "You know, my kids are Just as segregated as the kids
in Harlem. There are no Negro families In my neighborhood,
This should be a penitence for past evil ARIES CANCER LIBRA and I'd like to help Interest some people in moving to It. I
doings. CAPRICORN want my kids to have a realistic environment." The children
FAMU alumni had better watch the pro- BORN MARCH BORN SEPT. who live in the hothouse environment of such gilded ghettos
I BORN
posed bills designed to save ,the state IUNE22QMULY BURN DEC. may, hi the end, be those who pay the highest cost of discrimination.

money, for it one were, to read, between '23.. "cf 23rd''It's .. ,. .. ..
"
lines he would se'e bubbling springs'"of 21th -APRIL 19tb 22 t 22nd-JAN.. 1 I3lb'

discrimination with" deliberate Intent. If s & challenge. The surest It can be yours. It looks as entailed self-made. The sacrifices Ifs a grand feeling his. a We Owe Migrants Better; ''Pay'Those J
not
While efforts are being made to dis- way to get a rise out of AllansIs If one can write his or her may make secret natural reaction to feel self-

continue FAMU's School o f Nursing, to place obstacles In your own ticket when It comes to are attachments made out as to thrilling be. There as they is satisfied when you have finally persons who have observed migrant

Pharmacy, and Agriculture, it is already path. BUs could be the significance obtaining a Job with a good always the risk of giving others achieved your main purpose in camps in ,Florida and elsewhere have
known that the law of the problems and salary, tiring capable help life. Whether this was the
school ill be phased something to gossip .about or accumulation witnessed a need for improving the living
cropping
difficulties that keep
out in or going about creating the of sufficient
reserves
a year to those
or
so. The allied to ample
constant you conditions of these
and the workers well
of as
as
up during the course home that comes up to re- to insure each day and
regular .
h
p a.s i n out cause for Jealous scenes. Of
g of various better
second quarter. They may ma- The that pay.
educational quirements. one thing way, or the establshment of'a
programs of FAMU would soon terialize. In the form of delays, could really stand in the way course, the Llbrans who are chosen niche In the world, It was gratifying to read the news
make it a junior college' under the aus- breakdowns, competition or the would be the fear of not being, eral frowned \upon by society In gen it appears as U many have account that Florida migrant workers have

pices of Florida State University. lack of cooperation on the partof able to defray the costs, now majority, and will they not may be be botheredby in the succeeded In Urge measure. demanded 10 to 20 per cent boost in piece

The Florida A&M Alumni cannot afford to those who should be In there or later. Until fully reassuredon such ,problems. It is a time But despite any and all precautions raises for harvesting crops and a labor
sit down on the stool of do-nothing and pitching for all they are worth. this point, it would be wiser for the Bcul-mi dedamongyou that may have beentakes leader promised these will be followed

let this thing happen. If so, then it Of course, that may to show be Just the. not to become committed to to establish the pace and fashion there are some unpre- upwith organized activity in northern
what Is necessary any extent. It Is clearly revealed dictable factors
will be too always -
late cropping
to do anything about is that will be emulated by farm areas this summer.
world how Ingenious one that speculation hold to take the
it. may friends. up Joy our of The Florida
and the quality of the resource- an attraction for you but thatit everything. United Packinghouse Workers
We suggest that the total alumni over fulness possessed to carry the also is deceptive and hazardous. 2.50.44.18.872 3-30-22.15-833 Association's agricultural workers local
the nation be alerted to what is about day. SCORPIO called for $1.60 minimum wage, four and

to happen. A legal fund should be estab- 8-90.77-15-835 3.80.99.17.348 AQUARIUS one-half days a week work at least, no
lished to fight to the bitter end. And BORN' OCT. holdout of wages bonus payments and
while the legal contest goes on, the TAURUS LEO BORN JAN. and board at grower's expense until room
fight should be extended to Include wages
equal are paid
salaries for the teachers at FAMU in line BORN APRIL BORN JULY 24t6- N Ov. 22nd 2Otk.EEB. 18th No one can Justifiably deny that the
with those at UF, FSU and UF- -- those Faith llvles on. The developing demands of the
Instructors 23rd-AUG. 22nd trends The urge II upon you. Marriage migrant workers are fair
with not too
equal training .from may appear and
of some '20t.MAY 20thIt but appears to be the only step reasonable. Then let the farm owners
the best promising, for those who
foreign and Know
United your potential. It matters -
States that reciprocate by
Aquarians who wish to being fair and
universities nags and nags u your Heart not whether belonging to have faith in the futre and In create reasonable.

For their own best Interest Florida has been overwhelmed by the the world of art, science or the Higher Forces regulating'the should consider.a future of And happiness there,
Negroes will need .lobby appeal of an attractive personor commerce in order to make world, they are far from should be no strings attached Negroes Must Enter Local Politics,
experts at the t nagging to take frightening. It is natural for
Legislature urge monetary ones mark and to be -
Interest. to seek help in their own risks or to indulge In any as a natural-born recognized leader the public at large andcertaln both other sides than that the true expectancy affection on, Isn't it strange that, so many Negroes
sort d activity that prevents Those industries In particular to fall must be campaigned in
who also have to order to get them
We mutually shared. Be careful of
must be doers at a time like thisl! one from doing his or her duty, depend on luck for the proper prey to mass hysteria when certain those who have revealed to the polls? Ii

you must expect to have to face Introduction may well find crises are in the making indications that may they are being Perhaps we should consider the reasons
the consequeones.Domestlcand It because of the But those who respond to the for
LflRgstoi Hughes Is DeadOne public relations may then be conjuctlon In your Venus-Jupiter solar rising more benign vibration, or motivated by ulterior or mercenary they their apparent apathy. we know that .
motives You cannot are enslaved
under severe strain, and It may house. This cannot fall but attract who have a partner who does, by fear.many of them,
of the best-known Negro writers and be necessary to apply the full attention, sometimes of will not scare-so easily. Cer- permit taking the yourself chance the luxury of Most of all they don't know what to do
poets in the nation was the late Langston force of personality to prevent the kind one would rather do tain c* you who are in the professions because anyway Just for their own salvation.
under
Hughes of New York City. them from going to pieces without. There are some who should enjoy high pressure.you are And anyone emotional eo How to get them involved into the mainstream -
honors
He will be remembered for his numerous altogether. For some Taureans are bound to claim a share and that the rewards and breaks up a successful team, of hhe community is a puzzling
who privileges
are interested In selling, .of gains, or try to lure one come along with under the QUestion. But surely
creation of the philosophical character them. Pay no heed to mistaken notion that we have people who
buying or expanding rumor or
property, Into marriage,arrange backIng someone else can tea c h them the
character called Simple. This lovable can provide know-how
the combination of Venus and for gossip which may be emanating The
ventures
character made us laugh over the words Jupiter In the solar 4th house which may be from dubious origins greater thrills and excitementmay Question is, however, are they doing
beopeless to
begin with. this
"life is liable to kill us before death is considered 4705514792SAGITTARIUS ha.ve( plenty of time, even ?
does, 9-50.81-14-350 ..l.8o44.13.987YIRGO: tually, for unending regrets Local citizens must get Interested in

It Is known that Hughes was a prolific' 8CO.68.16.616RISCES close-to-home' r o b 1 ems like

writer of some 30 volumes. They Included GEMINI street lights, annexation, fire protection -

autobiographies, collaborations o n BORN AUG. BOB NOT police protection, safety, and
operas, 20 plays, thousands of articlesand BORN MAY '23rMEC. 21st BORN FEB. holding local offices.

essays. 23rd-SEPT. ftnd, We must get practice in the small things

Harlem, his place of residence, held a 21st. JUNE 21st other Believe indications In yourself. Despite .19th-WAR. 20thDo confronting the local community in order

warm place 'in his heart. He wrote about Rein yourself In. It appears Hold that urge. Awash that having difficulties that you are it your.... 11 you entrust t to gain the experience to tackle problems
be know to but In !
this place where he lived smack in the beyond question that curiosity may be no one yourself sanction from Lighter obtaining t task to someone In the family affecting us on the state and
may granted with good up or In
or to close national level. '
a
heart of its tenement area that and Intellectual Interests range collaborator/ it
measure. It have to do with overcoming competitors who
may .
for and wide appears as If the risk of
teemed with life. so much so as may have"
your home and family Interests (vtWv against
you,
making a serious
The man's writing will make him Immortal to create possible domestic or distant places, and their fin- a fine Venus-Jupiter conjunc Too error Is multiplied. '
related should therefore
as long as the printed word remians. May problems. Members of ancial counterparts. But the tin in your solar 9th house rely only SUMMER JOB PROGRAM STARTED
the family who on your Judgement and ,
the Almighty let his soul rest. In pea e. depend on your message of which you should suggests that future trends and direct your own course when
management of things for the The Jacksonville Urban
not reveal word to developments may be on League sponsored Summer
anyone, your the goal
common welfare could make an who Is not an active partici- side As long as you believe Important you are aiming at is Employment program for youth moves into high gear
Issue of the fact that yea have pant, .is crystalclear.Thefati- yourself in your abilities, and particular enough. Devise your this week with the announcement by Mr. Clanzel T.
hobbies, outside duties,or other .In ultimate methods, run per- Brown, Executive Director that
ure to protect secrets, when your_ destiny, exist owl! or two of the areas
For America's pursuits that keep one absent there are any, may entraina Sing problems are not going to give no Joint economy, and largest employer have agreed to participate la the
one partners and
Securityand from home for any length of series of events that could be allowed to stand in your way alike, the rival program. These firms are actively seeking college
slightest chance
time. The to
idea'ci acquiring bring powerful forces to the for very long. Nevertheless, throw students for Summer Jobs paring as much as $2.54
a
Your Own or disposing of real estate may point of wanting to look more I u b be especially tactful and diplomatic works. There money.is wrench another In the per hour. Employers Interested in Summer help and
remain ,
Implanted In mind day youngsters interested la
your closely into toward those in earning money during the
your affairs. Even power, ,when the
.and it can be carried out only when as well In temptation to be an- summer vacation are urged to contact kUss
\ you really have nothing to as your dealings with { : Christine
rue or to
take
'when sure that the results will bide the close associates some sort of tgamble Watson,, Coordinator "Summer Jobs For Youth"
ordeal Involved can be so as to facilitate
Isy U.S. SAVINGS BONDS be favorable. may be gnawing at yon. 625 West Union Street
quite unpleasant) you task of solving them. until you surrender Telephone 3564292.r .

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DouleuddrecltoAt2lt ( Tea Time Jaye i Receives Qr1i. Gel. .obert T Speak Rtines High SchoolCommenceeoent l

S.A. Degree
Closes Te New StfftfoR Graduates Set,
District 9 of First Corinth Miss Carolyn ChlstineVieRojr
The ttcugfcu Andwjoo AMt Baptist Church will sponsor daughter of Mr. and For Auditorium
School closed for the wkool a Summer Tea Sunday at 3:90 Mi a, Charlie McRoy of 724 Brigadier General Elvy Benton Roberts will deliver the
year on Ttwratey, May ash/ p.IIt., in tee dl.itrclltUlW.orblm. West 18th Street Jacksonville commencement address for the members othe 1967 graduating The senior worship and annual
with partite fiven by 't:1'lou: Mis. Ells Mae S..v( will f'tori la will receive her Bachelor class at New Stanton Senior High School.The commencement commencement program will beheld /
clasaes. be the .spotter and selections it Arts degree at graduaFbrtda program will take place Sunday beginning at 4;00 p.m. in for 308 graduates at
A plaque was pr : eced to the via be rendered by Uw! Soul received her Bacne- the Civic Auditorium. William Raines Senior High
Enteitilnws CJtjb frost the Stimrs Gospel Stoats at fur of Arts degree at graduation School, Send ay at J.JO: p.m.,and
sent duties.Other .
Cen. Roberts is Deputy
the -
adult tool for tbelr e Iea- Dayori cernonles OB Mar 21 fromBarry the commencement program
the
Uonal specialprojift Members """" n. \ "" of tot club 5Wtps Fort Jackson, South Carolina. formal commencement pro- rhrto Auditorium
are Mrs Wielma
Armstrong Mrs.; Jackl* Bit* The Del Rio Ladles will sponsor ,- 't He is a native Manchester, Charles gram will D. Brooks include Mrs.Principal Lillian ...........
let, Illss Eleanor Coot lira. a Spiritual Tea June U Kentucky and graduated from ;
Eartba Napeoleon, Mri. Louis from 4 to pjn., In tie home the Eastern Kentucky State T. Robinson, Tray King, a
College and the West Point Isaac Candy JoAnn Hicks, the .
Bush, Miss Lena Hayes, Miss ut Mrs. Dorthal Montgomery band; ,
Military Academy. His Symphonic directed by
Wllbelmenla Hammond Urn. 1521 Powhattan Si. Mrs.Georgia military
Loretta Strokes win deliver the mes education includes the basic K. D. McFarlin, Sr., Mrs.
Christopher Mrs.
and advanced Myrtle B. Greene, tab
courses at the
Alice sage. Bran
If. Pearson and Mrs.Rosetta .
Infantry School Fort Banning superintendent of the
Clark. students presenting ....a.a Georgia; Command and General Board of Public Instruction.
McCrUf the plaque; Mrs. Staff College at Fort Leaven- Principal Brocks has urged all ,
Miss Sylvia Wilson worth Kansas Armed Forces parents and friends to arriveat
The Mungln Holy Faith Prayer ;
Mrs Mary Lee Cooper Mrs.
,
the Civic Auditorium early
Staff
College.Norfolk
Band will sponsor a SpiritualTea ,Virginia;
Mary Jones and Marie "
Williams. Mrs Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., ,.tr'I; '. .and the US Army War College enough to park and be seatedIn
.
at 1028 Oakley St. Rer. Wanda ;} : order to observe the hour
"
Principal: Theodore W. Montgomery ',
Mungln will be the speaker.The 'Jf !i long program scheduled for this
announces that any Information "tt annual occasion.
In members will observe their : : +
regards to registration c
anniversary from 4 to 0 p.m., ,
may be secured: by
balling the school on any school at 1675 W. First St. Elder College, Miami Shores, St. John Day Rites Use
cia,. Zelllna Wilson Will speak. Florida.A Your
Sociology major, Miss FATHER T.V. HARRIS AccountAt
Set For Jue 25
McRoy attended New Stanton Rtv. T. Vincent: Karris,pastor
High School, Jacksonville.After at St. Gabriel's Episcopal 'I ,
MRS. SAil YE' I. MATHIS SAYS: travelling around the Church, will be the speaker Wards J
northeast section of the coun Deputy Henry Simmons has Sunday and Attorney John H. t! < ' try. Miss McRoy plans to con called all worshipful masters Bustamante, a former Jason,
THANKS tinue with graduate studies officers and members of iiiblue now residing Cleveland,Ohio A M
r
Barry College, conducted bo lodges to attend the St. will deliver the address Mon > t ,
I the Dominican Sisters of Adrian John Day celebration June 25 day.

Michigan, Is, In its un- at 2:30 p.m.. In Tabernacle The Rev. Mr. Harris of St. Y
.; 7,911 TimesIsiecerell dercraduate program a s... .-. Baptist Church, Union and Mary's Ga., received early tf 4
i Catholic liberal arts collegefor at Carlisle'Barracks: Pennsyl Spearing Streets. training at FL Valley Normal
( ) women, but In Its Graduate nnIa. The pastor, Rev;'W.E. Young, and Industrial High School, Ft.
I Division and Its School of Social During World War II, General will delive the message, and Valley, Ga. He received the #'
I Work, Barry is co-educational. Roberts served with the famed the choirs and ushers of the B.A. degree from Johnson C. Fa
Fir leer fetes
501st Parachute Infantry Regi- church will serve. Other Smith University, Bachelor of
rir Mrs. Rich Elected ment, 101st Airborne Division masons, ladies auxiliaries, and Divinity degree from Bishop>> 4
.1 1 For Your Votes ,u a Company Commander; regimental the Masonic family have been Payne Divinity Schoo, and did 9
t Support In The First operations officer and invited to attend.Selections further study at Virginia Theo-
PrimaryWe President 01 LodgeMrs. battalion commander. AfterWorld be rendered by Juveniles 1 and logical Seminary at Alexandria,
? War n, he served in 2i
Va.Prior
various assignments In the to entering the priest- '
George Etta Rich was United States, Germany and Gateway BarracksTo hood, he was principal: of Cam-
have won the first lap. We elected president of Lily White Iran. den County Training School.. c C
must get out and vote to win' Lodge 149 in Its business meeting He was assigned to Vietnam In Meet Saturday Camden, Ga.. and has servedas
the 'final lap. for 196768. 1965 with the 1st Cavalry chaplain to Episcopal stu-
Other officers are: Mrs.Mary Division and commanded its dents at Texas Southern University
J. Barry, vice president; Mrs. 1st Brigade Airborne in the Gateway Barracks 3131, World Houston and Prairie
Vote Tuesday June 6 For Rosa W. Cook, recording sec battles against the Viet Cong War I Veterans meeting has View College, Prairie View,
retary; Mrs. Mary L. Smith, throughout the central high been scheduled for Saturdayat Texas. He has served at epis-
financial secretary; Mrs. Lula lands area of South Vietnam. 2 p.m., In Joe H. James copal congregations in St.
Sallye B. MATHISCity Thomas teller; Mrs. Nancy In March 1966 be was assignedas Center. This will be the final Mary's, Augusta, Ga.; St. Luke
Carson, general manager;Mrs. Secretary of the Joint Staff, meeting before the Depart- Houston, Texas; St. Phillips,'
Stewart, inner-guard and Junior US Military Assistance Com. ment's Convention In Clear- city; and his present congre
conductress; Mrs. Lizzie Jack mand Headquarters, Vietnam. water. gation. He is a member of the [ \
Cmcil, Ward 3 son, and Mrs. Mary Rlgglns, He returned from Vietnam in,, Transportation will be avail- Urban League and YMCA,where
sick committee. The election August 1968 and arrived at Fort able for the members of the he Is a member of the Board Eii
Paid Political Adv. was conducted by Deputy Pearl Jackson in September of that barracks and auxiliaries. For of Directors. ,
Washington. same year to assume his pre- further information, contact Attorney Bustamante is a
Robert L. Morgan quartermaster graduate of Stanton High School,
or JJS. Irving com- received the B.A. and Literary NMtt'Lk4'L /
mander. Law degrees from Boston
I:. t. f. a. The bus will leave June 10 University and'jthe:; Master of '
from 15th and Myrtle 8th and Literary Law degree from
GEORGE MOSELY IS Davis, 8th and Myrtle and Kings Harvard University.He -
Road and Myrtle at 5 a.m. Is engaged in numerous 'u f)

civic, professional and fraternal -
activities. Currently he is
Weds
Newly president of the Cleveland

WORKING FOR ALL OF US Douncll on Human Relations
,
Willie James Rogers, Jr.,1145 co-chairman of the United Negro
Lincoln Ct, 18 and Okal Marie College Fund, member of (
Caryle, 2151 W. 41st St., 18. the executive committee of the 1
Cleveland liar Association,
Richard Leon Burns 1573 W. trustee of the legal Aid
i 14th St., 18 and PrIscWa! Butler, Society and Citizen League, fdA
5333 Bunch Dr., 16. and other organizations.


: 'if North Carolina Educator SpeaksFor

5M

Anderson Commencement

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Mrs. Elizabeth D. Koontz, teacher in Exceptional Child Education
!j Public School System, Salisbury, N.C., was scheduled
';t, to speak Friday for the 108 graduates of Douglas Anderson
High School.
(
The event will be held In the was awarded the American Wo i
,"I Civic Auditorium. This win be men's Service Award in recognition -
the 45th school of unsurpassed educational -
clsotng and the
..:? and cultural contributions'
eighth senior high commencement
}' .. '. ,. .tf. ,:?>' at Douglas Anderson.The to her country bytheAlpha Kappa I" .
." I speaker holds a Bachelor Sorority. The program will begin -
degree from Livingstone College at 7:30 p.m. The public has
Masters degree from Atlanta been Invited to attend.1MPOSSIBLE7NOH!.

Utilities CiiRissimr Giirfi Mesely has take nether lint step li dill extensive University graduate and workatCol-has done .

umbla University Indiana Un-
i ear Utilities Dipartuit ai EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER H' >" Inverslty and North, Carolina

College Durham.She has served -

set n i jrifrai with. tie Drlai LUlU iler which tie Utilities .Deiartieit wijl .trail as of president Classroom Teachers the Department of- 0i PrellyShifts

21 fir Classified 11th Utilities Deiirtueit.fieeue the National Education Association
in jib City 1965-66, and was afforded

'the privilege of traveling extensively .
throughout the world in i

Mesely let eily ielieies ii isiif tie talents if all ear people, ie IS USING t.... Interest Mrs. Koontz of education.has served one MISSES: )H-SIZE DRESSES

of the
consultants at the Cover-
II's tie Peeple's Mae, a RII wie. is wirkiif fir is. Hi has set ip a traiiiei prs ram nor's Conference "
'
mer. .A IN BEAUTIFUL PKINTS!

fir pewer plait ipwatirs aid paiiters..ail ii lily, Ii will ietfi traiiiif en for f Bin jets Orlando, and, has represented v
education and this country in lame can berestyled
lit" Utilities Ifpartieit. meetings held in Berlin, Soviet N'Mt : !; $ 97
Union, Rome, Athens New 2Rifiarly ,
Delhi, Hong Kong and Tokyo. 100%
She is a member of President R5'5 HUMAN t.

(urn Mesely is wiriiif fir is ail waits is ti wiri fir the Utilities Bepirtmt. Let's Lyndon B. Johnson' National HAIR '
Advisory Council '
on the Education A SHORTY WIG
NOT But a

keep this EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER werklig
Education Assokatlon Council $25.95. Blade, Off Black, Dk.'
North tor Carolina Exceptional Slate Children, Brown, New Dk., Auburn, No Most delightful way to spend your summer
Federation
Extra: Charge for Mixed Cre,.
of Exceptional Children National -In the prettiest shift-shapings Imaginableat
-
comes To You Ready to Wear
Association for Retarded ,'and To Enjoy. JUST SEND this low price. You'll love the brilliantly-

Children and the American Association !NAME AND ADDRESS PLUS colored prints on soft, lustrous cotton sateen
of S
ELECTGEORGE University Women. $2 DEPOSIT. State Color. Pay the cool comfortable they
poised
Mrs., Koontz Is aa honorary Postman 23.95 Plus Postage on way
MOSELYUTILITIES member of Zeta Phi Beta National Delivery. ORM end Full Pay shift "to'any situation with a casual ease.

Education Sorority and ment Now A we Pay Postage. Here shown, are lust two of many styles.-
Money Refunded If Not Delighted. -

Supply Limited, Order ,fillips Riway Gateway

5121 Ninaily
The Moncrlef Needlework Club Now. SPECIAL..WIG BLOCK
will sponsor a Summer Tea INCLUDED FREE OP Plan Cuter
COMMISSIONER GROUP Jlil. I
4 June II at the 2-G Community CHARGE. I

Paid Political Adv. Center, 29th and Chase Streets, ROSELE BOX EI N 5 fi. 35J-271I' n 711-2271 Pi. 1.14-2H1'51iDiSS
from 4 to t p.m. BKLYN. SO, N. T. 11230
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Scbol Meet St Mslihew Baptist Wooea' s Diy Observance Ctarch Of Got)' Groej j


flanged By Biptists"tot To Sponsor NAACP

_
District Sunday School __ Freedom Sunday

aid Baptist Training UnlonCoo*
-vi- 4 NEW TtNI .-Bishop Frederick
mHon, auxiliary, to the East Idrtry -
Florida tad Bethany Baptist- D. Washington, pastor ofto
,Association will convene with ( Washington Temple Churchof
the Friendly Baptist Church la God in Christ Brooklyn, .has.
Its Mto Annual Session June announced plans to designate
11-15. June 18 as NAACP FREEDOM

minister.Rev. B.H. Hartley, Is the host' r I I : M w i Jersey SUNDAY area.in the New York-He,

The various periods will be F ca The one million member
presided over by W.G. Patter- Church: of God In Christ, whlck
.son, leader of theSundaySchool Includes 132 churches: la the
Department and Alexander twostate area, will launch a
Heart, lever of the Baptist, drive to solicit NAACP memberships
Training Union Division. among its membersand
The purposes of the convention present a life membership
are Christian promotion 1 payment from the Washington
of churches and schools. Temple Church: to NAACP Executive
"Teaching and Training In the ... 't Director Roy Wllklns
k'Ir
Church", is the theme for this during the NAACP FREEDOM
years session. The program is SUNDAY ceremonies, Bishop
designed with emphasis on the ,Washington said.
Sunday School and its Bible- THE NAACP FREEDOM SUNDAY -
teaching ministry; evangelical activities will also Include
-
program, and tte training phase -- a special radio broadcast appeal ..
Including<< four vital areas: by Bishop>> Washington, according
orientation of new members, )." I a4 to Miss Lucille Black,
the training of all members to r a u I ; ., a s rc 'NAACP secretary for member
worship, and witness, learn and __ r }! .'.,:f1 -- '''''--", _.-c Other.
minister to the community. participants in the program
additional to the church education PAlTlClPAK'IS-IoaIt of the ladles who participated In the Women's Day observance program.Other Jaxons who participated on the program Include: Misses Patricia Bradley, Patricia .l include Dr. Arenia Mai
win also be It. Thomas Baptist Church reeenUy are seen here. At left 11141.s. Betty Brown Knot Mae Fos- loy, president faints Junior
Importance Ito at center Is Miss Sheila Williams who Dawklns, Bettye Clayton, Barbara McCray, Julia Holmes, Cheryl Georgia
placed on higher secular education -, for right Young Adult Hour. At sett, Brenda Tatum, Brenda Jacksonand Dorlstein Smith. College, Lexington,Miss.;Mist
theeadspeaker solo the
Stand Is Miss Marva Wright who rendered a on same
and development of ing and at Bernice: Bass, radio commentator *
skills In effort to encouragethe ,. (Station WNJR-Newark,
Teen-tgers and adults to Game Wins Highest'' HonorsIn Paul N.J.); and Edward B. Muse at
St.
take advantage of the present Youth Day Program Waynon Chapel AME St. Stephen ANE Program Set BaptistAnniversary the NAACPs life membership

opportunities for better to prepare living themselves and- At Friendly BaptistYouth Slates Observance Anniversary SetThe For Kids At YMCA Theolgy Sfudies SetSt. department. h..

contribution to the churchesand Paul Baptist Church will
communities. The Women of Waymon Chapel 6th anniversary of St. Games and activities for boys :
Forums, classes and detailed Dayobservancehasbeenscheduled June n in FriendlyBaptist AME Church will observe their Stephen AME Church: will be and girls ages three to eight <1I serve it s 94th anniversaryand HELP
the second of Rev. E.E.
addresses along with sermons Church. At 3 pjn., the annual observance June n in observed Aug. 13, according will begin Saturday at the Johnson -
Lillian Saunders Community to Rev J$. Johnson Taylor,pastor, June 11-16.
win be in order dally. fashion pastor. Branch YMCA
!mOIl those scheduled to committee has with planned Miss a Gloria- Center, Hartley and White Ave. The mortgage committee was Started as a neighborhood revue The officers Rev Mrs.Cora Byrts, general chairman: ; Mrs.
are: also
the organized.The "small
participate Rev. L.M.on Jones program, Rev LeriGreeD art Jeanne Brown Brown as chairman and Miss. Floyd, pastor for the day; members are: Mr..SaDIe Saturday fun group morning, the idea has fry"been i L.V. Crumady, Mrs P.R.Love,
co-chairman.
R,,. R.C. Robinson, District 2 wIn observe Its Mrs Gloria Wright, chairman, Tlllls, chairman; Mrs. Eartha expanded into a regular community eJV' lets co-chairmen co-chairman; Mrs. Annie Dan.Mrs. HIS FATHER *
Rev. V.L. Thompson, Rev. anniversary June 25 at 3 p.m. Mrs. Rosa Mannings,cochairman McGowan, co-chairman; Mrs. wide club program, it ,
Francis Thurston
TJ. Daniels, Rev. David Johnson in the church auditorium. Dis- ; Mrs. Joan Davis,program Mamie Taylor, secretary;Mrs. was said. The hours are from secretary: flower; ELECTf
Rev. Thedore Lee, Rev. trict 1 will sponsor a Pretty chairman; Mrs Bessie Smith, Mc Veela Pauline, treasurer; 9:30 a.m., to 1:30: p.m., each chairman Mrs Mary Mrs.Mercer Annie,Collins,
C. Donell, Rev. N.B. Williams, Hat Tea June n at 3 p.m. co-chairman: ; Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs Jennie Vee Crockett: ,program Saturday. co-chairman; Mrs Mamie
Rev. Rudolph McKssick, Rev. Prizes will be according Floyd, secretary; Mrs Addle coordinator and public The program wnlbeconductedby : ;
..C. Mitchell John Payne, and to Mrs. Annie awarded M..,lrkland B. Ingram, treasurer; Mrs. relations chairman; Mrs. Maggie Miss Chlqulta Guyton and A Ross Daniels, banquet co-chairman chairman; Mrs.L.V. Mrs.
Rev. A.?. Hughes, Rev. E.R. chairman. A program will Hallle Elliott, Mrs. Mary Simms, C.A.Duke,courtesy Miss Janice Cobb, senior Crumady, finance ;chairman Rayt
Simpson, Rev G.T. McCall, also be presented. Merrltt finance committee: ; committee: chairman graduates at William Raines
Parson cochairman
Rev.; BA Hartley, Rev. J.C. District 10 will sponsor apro- Mrs. Frankle McGee, decorations High School. A fee will be ; Dorsey -
chairman: Mrs.Mary Mr- ; Mrs. Mary Foster, Mrs.
;
Sams and Rev. W.M. Hill.
"Talent charged.
entitled
gram onParade" rltt, food chairman =; Elder Elizabeth Hartley, program
Chorlal and laymen THEOLOGIAN
groups June 13 at 8:30: p.m. chairmen. WELLSi
from the various areas of the The deacon and minister with DDmnMSl1 Thomas Brown, pastor of the Mrs Lee Artis Silas will
Northeast district will also appear the longest service record CATHOLICS IN AFRICA I Church of Christ Written In have charge of the blackboard
on the Heaven, 1430 Kings Rl, received ;
program. will receive. gift, also the
Elect
Mrs. L.A. ads and
Toe host church will present, Ten cent of the population the highest honors In George,
chairman of the deacon board. per sponsors chairman welcome, Don Wells is the man'who .
a welcome: program Wednesday of Africa Is Catholic, the the B.F. Theological Sem- Mrs Francis Thurston; Mrs. is helping'to
LARRY LEWIS the commence- ,
:
evening June tl at 8 p.m. inary during
Catholic Digest states; almost Linda Mitchell Miss Brenda solve the
problemat
held at Edward
G.W. Scott will give the response ment exercises:
sessions begins at 9:SOa.m. FIGHT CANCER 50% of all school children at- MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS r Waters College The exerciseswere Collins, Miss Eugenia Crumady Matthew w. Gilbert
daily. teed Catholic schools. ?1 held last Monday, May Miss G. Byrts and Miss School. '
I/ Johnnie M. Billups..Ministersand
e 29.

e ., ., "ro ATTENTION, VOTERS!!! .\ n ,,',f,If,., ,1...,_. 'd ,d'r, Sf, Phis'' Announces :the services congregations each night.will conduct Ray+ -
r
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\ .
RenenberTo W ELl S.
... Rev. Pierce T. DaltonS.S.., .

DO YOU KNOW THAT 13, 23 REGISTERED \. -. pastor Church, 1470 of St.W.13thStaas Plus Catholic-

I ',<\ :' I nounced new summer scheduleof Vote City Council
; Sunday Masses, beginning.
NEGRO VOTERS DID NOT VOTE MAY 237? 'cc l/; 'Tjt ; Sunday.
:, ,:: Mass will be at 7 a.m., and 11 Ward S ;
,.: Lm., at St. Plus, and at 9:30( Tuesday June 6
: at Crucifixion, the Mlss-
a.m.,
WERE YOU ONE OF THEM ? ': ; on of St. Plus A Paid Political Adv.
:r. .
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'.'r,'?< ,;. IF 1,215 OF THIS NUMBER ,HAD VOTED... ;ivil Service Board o NOW!

CHIP; 4 City ffi.i 4 LOCATIONSTO
SERVE YOU
Larry Lewis believes,
protection of'Civil Service 3118 Edgewood
Rights for city employees,
:,' Ave. West
a continuous: study and adJustment
.
of salaries to costof 3701 EMERSON
Utilities Commissioner George Moseiy presents Gardner Sams, Jr living, protection of promotional }_ 830, CASSAT AVE.
of the Urban League with the contract for Job training in the exams a chance: 1824 WEST BEAVERGAWT.
Utilities Department. for an people of our city to
take civil: exams when open-
,..
aI Honesty in an of our city
business at all times.RldPolltlcal. GRADED "GOOD BEEF"LEAN
I Adv

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waving curling straightening
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Accepts Plaque li KecogBilioaHON07ZD JYOC Registers Negro luirttce Cp.,

THE OTHER HAND: Over 1,000 Youths

'" Reports iSO MillioBli

: {--" ; ,' Seeking Sinner Jobs Insurance Sales
BY LOUISE DtlKETZ ; :V: (::: ,:
NEGRO PRESS -'i' ...'. Gordon Punshon Manager
INTERNATIONAL ;. ; '" of' Negro owned lift insurance
; the Jacksonville Youth
nil'I Opportunity ,companies moved closer to the
I E .Meddling In the affairs of other is Center ,
reported
people a satisfying way '''' today, two
: ud a bait bfllloo dollar
of life for acme. it, unity Center reported recently -
Fortunately, nto every one embraces this exasperating habit. 4 5 l,! ,,.'':. 'iij ',\"\"\, that the Center !has registered I force mark this la week life Insurance reporting an la
Some people find that It takes most of their time and thinking \" : ( ,. over 1,000 college and high <1 1 estimated $80 million IB tales
to keep their own affairs on an even keel. They may offer 1' \ '';1'I' 1\"'' school students who are looking 'between Uay 8 and May 13.

to lend a helping hand in an emergency 'situation or they may '"."11'!,,',' ,for a summer, part-time, or ,,, TIle surge in business is equal
cooperate when asked to extend themselves- s a thoughtful or \" .full-time l Job.Unfortunately. to a third of last year's net
kindly gesture. But mostly, they mind their own business. \ ., : ., .tMf ,. Punshoa 'said, IDcr..... It was chalked up in
The others the meddlers-seem to feel that they are both iZ1' << \ {summer Jobs lor students are
; concentrated
: a "National Insurance
(
: : -
omnipotent and omniscient. and : .Just not
They are all-powerful, they materializing as they Week"'
effort TIle
know EVERYTHING. fr ::\\1'', I 1rj. shave In past yeas.The .
sales push Involved ,
some 8,000
"Janet Is a toot She thinks her husband is working late every Center, Punshon\ added,
; men In 500 district and branch
night. He stops by a tavern every evening and drinks like a fish. has only received 18 summer offices In 23 states. I
Pm going to tell her what going on." job opening from employers ,
formal
Pending tabulation
of
This conscientious meddler-type feels she is all powerful .' !, jso; far this month comparedto ,NI Week salses, a spokesman
being able to get Information unavailable to the person con ;, the well over 150 summer put the amount of Insurancela
cerned. And she feels all knowing in that she knows positively 'job openings the Center received force with members of the
that the best things for the people) Involved is for her to tell during May 1968. National Insurance Association
the wife what Is happening ,i Pushon pointed out, that again at $U billion. Insurance in
0 f course, there are many variations--the tattling sister, this year, u In the past two "force Is the face value, or the.
brother, cousin, parent grandparent, aunt, neighbor, student years, the President of the ,J I amount the company agrees to
employee_on and on, ad Inflnitum. : United States, the Governor of
to beneficiaries
,pey of an ln-<
The Norweigan playwright, Hendrik Ibsen-a powerful writer Florida and the Mayor of the

century of realistic drama social, "The drama Wild-Duck.uses"the meddler theme In his 19th \ !it r jtV&! : & r ; ii! ; City Issued of Jacksonville Proclamations have pro-all ; surance The t promotion committee policy. was beaded designedby by'

TIle character, Cregers Werle Is obsessed with the Idea that h'' + I claiming the month of June Earthmon Fort, director -of
be most help his old friend, ;Ihialmar EkdaL, by revealing a as Youth Opportunity Month and .agencies for Mammoth Life Insurance -
devastating truth. have asked for the assistance
Company, Louisville
Hlalmar does not know that his wife, Cina was pregnant when tot every employer to provide Kentucky. It's theme-Security,
be married her. its believes their daughter, H*' 1g. Is his a summer Job for a young Who Needs It?' was carried out,
child. student
wherever
possible. In posters and
; publicity in all
The marriage is one of warmth, affection, and discerning A summber Job, Punshon said, I j i offices of the 4(company mem
..
'contentment. It has lasted for 15 and to make the difference
some years seems be -<-- may be- I fibers 9f.NA. I
stable and -" ,
enduring I 'tween a young person being
I ,able to return to school In Reason
{ 1 the Fall or dropping out. In'add1tioa
,SISTER BESSIE .. of the NEW"
---- 'rw. many more YORlUflfn- Junes '
FREE CANDLE WITH E.VERY READING BY MARKETERS Junes/: S. organisation and now Its board chairman. A vice: president d ''than 6,500 high school graduates 'B. Meredith has given his reason -'
;'i' She will read your entire life-fast,present and' relations coordinator of Humble Oil A Refining Company, left, organization and now its board chairman. Mr. Avery, also, will either be looking fora why be withdrew as R..''
future. She asks.no questions but will tell you accepts a plaque In recognition of three years of service u is presently serving for a third consecutive: year as a na summber Job to help pro- publican challenger to Adam.
f what you want to know, giving date and facts of! president and another year as chairman of the board of the tonal vice chairman of the annual fund-raising drive of the vide funds to enable them to' Clayton Powell In the April
National Association of Market United Negro College Fund A graduate of Columbia University 'start college or will be seeking
I business, love, health and family affairs. Will Developers, a professional organization Congressional election; Jackie
f help" you Owl loot art. TELL you whom you will composed chiefly of executives and management with B.A. atrd M.A. degrees, he lives In Plainfield, Nee their first Job to start them on1' Robinson criticized him. According -
marry aa!vbca. If the one you love Is true, what i people in the sales and public relations fields. The presentationwas .Jersey, where, among other civic activltes, be has servedas 'their lifetime careers. to Meredith, Robinson,
part of the country Is luckiest for you, and what' ; made by H. Naylor Fitzbugh, outgoing president, of the chairman of the Local Assistance Board, which supervises Punshon urges all employers, .accused him of "gross mal.
4 to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, the activities of the Plainfield Welfare Department.UOUYOTU1OtffiTS both large and smalL to contact feasance..c Robinson A prc.mlnent -
5 locate absent friends and relatives, and cause the Jacksonville Youth Opportunity Republican leader and
-I j happiness between man and wife, Make up tilover's WORLD OF BOOKSTO Malcolm Sister Center at 3549021.for aide to New York Cor. Nelson
quarrels. Tells,sickness orba4l:1ck: r_ a college or high school Rockefeller, bad been quoted
I natural enemines, evil influence and bad luck. Does not tell to I ] student to fill a summer, as saying Meredith "sold bJa-
4 please you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay you for Clears Black MuslimsIn part-time or full-time job sell for whatever he can pt'"
1 for disappointments In all others. I not only read your life like SIR WITH LOVE, by E. opening they may have .In,,running against Powell. __
r I J an open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come R. PYRAIQT BRAITHWAITE BOOKS, publishedby New Death 01 BrotherNEW -
,
and see why yon are so unhappy, who everthlng seems to go
wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you York; 189 pp. 060. "YOUR DOLLAR:.
THIS Stories about classroom savages YORK-(NPI)-Malcolm
can be helped and everything made clear by consulting.
seem to be In good sup Vt sister has cleared the Black I
I GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody NO MAIL ANSWERED.
1 make no Jiouse! calls. 'mistake the address, MADAM ply.This Muslims In his 1965 slaying, BUYS MORE : t :'
I I BESSIE is located north of Callahan 011 H..,.301, I/Z mile from one is special, however.It but blames the Central Intelligence ;
,City of CALLA1IAN, Florida. Pbooe 8792250. makes rewarding reading to agency for the deed '
I WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE learn how the diligent, conscientious which she says, arranged his AT YOUR BANNER ?,,1
MOTEL effort of a dedicated slaying because "it was neces- .
Across the Street from SPORTSMAN ,
Open dally 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays teacher can cut through the sary that the white power struc FOOD STORE""YOUR ?
c'i
sharp veneer of his hardbitten ture remove this man. '
I THIS.CLIPPING, ENTITLES YOU.TO A $5 BEADING for $2Yne delinquent students and arouse Mrs. Ella Collins added, "We QUANTITY PRICES GOOD
In them both self-respect and can say what we please about HOME TOWN GROCER" RIGHTS RESERVED THBOUGtt SATL/RDAY/
a respect for learning. Elijah Muhammad or others, M
..... Released by Columbia Pictures but Elijah- Muhammad is a black
Don't Have To Go To Town to Get as a movie, starring Sidney man in America and his powers / t.. : t? :a f it i! .. _
I Polder, this lively heart are limited."
LOW PRICES warming stroy Is probably more She claimed the killing was
enoyable on film for those who supposed to have occurred "In
I completed the novel beforehand. Egypt when be was poisoned. MAXWELL HOUSE IflJINICOFFE FLORIDA GRACE 'A'
It was supposed to have taken
DRUG STORE NEEDS ........ place in France and the State
BONO! FRESI WHOLE
Trade with Tour Neighborhood Drug Store Department In France became JAI 68
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADY. IN YOUR LOCAL SIP!;. by JOHN ICILLENSpubl1sIIed aware of it and would not allow
'Papers. We deliver., We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. by TRIDENT PRESS,New him to come Into the country." 7 OZ. FRYERS 11, Z9
York Immediately after returning
In this ambitious novel, Kil- the UJS., his borne was bombed, LIMIT ONE PLEASE ,RI"55.O' 01 MORE FOOD ORDER
lens expands further on his and a week later, he was as-
\I' KRAFT .HRE
Dixie Pharmacy favorite premise; That the sassinated. Two of three men
psychological castration of the sentenced to life imprisonment JUICE
Negro must b* resisted by the In his slaying-Norman X But-i ORANGE
most basic of human rights ler and Thomas Q5X)Johnson-
the right of self-defense. were members of Elijah Mu- F AI
CUSS
1302 Krill Rod At Myrtle CJ. 25CFLTINC
A black boy grows up on a hammad' Black Muslim organization. GIANT SIZE 48
Southern plantation, Is sent to .
college by the "nigger-loving" The third man,Talmadge Hay '
LIMIT
v Floats Elin 5-5597-98 white man; and finally has to er, Insisted that the Black Muslims DIE PLEASE WITH S5.00 OR MORE 'fOOD ORDER JIB BREAIEI
choose between his ambitions bad nothing to do with the .
for a career In New Yor, and slaying. MAHATMA LONG GRAIN SHRIMP
? PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND
his loyalties to the struggle ILl. 4H P 59C
.back: home. RICE 10 OZ. PK6.SWIFT'S .
TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORL A spoiled and clever white
girl shares a room with a Negro '
In Northern college, and PREMIUM
learns painfully the real mean- POSITIVE PROOF ( ROAST 481fIUCK

Ing of political commitment. u. .
Kittens makes good reading "YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE
.
Eloquent, impassioned and $
timely, he rarely faisl to move FIRST CUT WESTERN
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f YOUR GOOD HEALTH Gruftst. liqior Stfaau World News ReligioaAd. Race NAACP leftes

LUSAKAPIOlssdunon: 'UNDERSTANDING
r
; By SAMUEL U ANDLMAN, iU>., MP.H: of the Central African airwaysand PORTLAND, Ore/- & CHICAGO COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH the management and operational exhortation to the 3.3 mIllion
control of subsidiary members of the United
K AIR-CONDITIONING airlines of the CAA corporation Presbyterian Church in the .t4
lg Most people like air-conditioned rooms In hot weather, but by member countries Involved U.S.A. to "view the phenomenon ;
35 whether fOIl Ute It or not, most of the stores, restaurants, are the subject of talks of black power with under
theaters and offices you to into In the summer will be air between senior ofQcals: of standing seeing in it both the MILWAUKEEWis an attempt
P conditioned. Zambia Rhodesia and Malawi legacy of frustrated aspirationand to offset the increasing
Some person can't sleep in room In which the alr-coo- ,currently meeting In Zambian the promise of a newly tensions caused by alleged police -
Kj; .
slogle-room unit-prefer to cool the room before retiring and completion of all negotiations contained in "The Church and youth council members and advisors
IN then to turn the motor off In either case, the object Is a good i has been set for next Black Power" pronouncement here, a meeting was held

._ nighf sleep. 1 1 Aug. 31. The airline was pro submitted to the 179th' General Thursday, May 18, with Mayor
Many houses that are near a !large body ei water CaD be duct of the now-defunct Cen- Assembly, meeting in Memorial Henry Maler to discuss ways
made comfortable on hot humid days by using a debumldlfier trial African Federation which Coliseum last week Thepronouncevent of establishing at least
In the basement. This require keeping the windows closed 'sirr Included Zambia (then Northern approved by the. "a simple dialogue' between
and keeping the doors to the outside closed u much of the Rodesla), Rhodesia (Southern assembly was formulatedbythe the conflicting groups.
,
time as possible.In yN 71' r Rhodesia) and Malawi Standing Committee on Church Youth advisor Father James
the early days of air conditioning, Indoor temperatureswere (Nyasaland) of pre-indepen- and Society. Another pronouncement Groppi l, youth council presidentFred
reduced too drastically. We now know that even on the dence years.JOINT backed the principles Branson, and NAACP regional
is reduced to 10 to 15 youth field director
hottest days if the indoor temperature of the civil rights bill of
degrees below the temperature outdoors In the shade, we can USAGE 1967' "including Title IV to William H. Hardy spent an hour
be relatively comfortable, provided the humidity.is alsobroughtdown. PRETVRLtNPIPortugal) prevent, discrimination on account with t the Mayor Police Chief
Harold A. Breler and other city
South Africa and Botswana of race color religionor
,
There still remains the problem of individual difference in (formerly Bechuanalacd have national origin In the purchase .offi"'als without achieving any
the rate of metabolism.Whit is comfortable for one person maybe gotten their beads together to rental, financing and occupancy direct results.
too warm or too cool for another. discuss Joint usage of the of throughout However, Mr. Hardy says the
housing
The person with a overactive thyroid, for example, usually Okavango river, which flows' the United States" NAACP Is recommending that
feels too warm in a room where others are comfortable, and along the border between Angola the Mayo r establish a police
'* the arthritic may suffer an increase In Joint pains If the surrounding and Southwest Africa and TEN'S ENOUGH community relation departmentto

I air is too chilly. GREAT 8ALSWA.lt-11Irtt National Distrfflsrt rice presidents congratulate Homer AlFred cuts across around general MT. VERNON, & ,-(NPI- relieve the tensions in the
Air-conditioning Is a boon to most victims of heart disease. principles that will the trouble-torn city. At present,
Sobel Wholesale San his elected to govern Though there was only ID-vote
of Max Liquors Francisco being
((2nd ) on
right ,
must carries the
When the temperature approaches 93 degrees, the heart Joint utilization of water of only one man responsibility
'? the Old Taylor Hall of Fame, a tribute to the great salesmen of the liquor industry. Left margin for the retention of the
and this is "cer
it the .
: work harder to cool the blood by circulating through common interest, and exhangt ,
to right are t National Distillers J.H. Mclnerney, general sties manager; Louis Roden- Rev. Martin Duffy u pastor of tainly not sufficient to handle
skin. of
chief of production Mr. Alfred and John Lethbrldge charge of Old Taylor mar hydrological and other re the 70 per cent Negro Vernon
The normal heart can accomplish this with relative ease but berg ; levant data.ALMOST the situation developing in Mil.
of the Class of 1966 named of to be electedto Heights Congregational Church,
Alfred
10 not the heart that has been weakened by coronary disease or keting. Mr. was part by a panel j Judges waukee."
at dinner here at the Phoenix Hotel in the Blue Grass it was sufficient The pastor
a leaking value. Air-conditioning is a blessing also to per. the Hall of Fame a Country READY Mr. Hardy was sent to Milwaukee
elected salesmen in nationwide The Class of had been on the block for what
Mr. Alfred was over 2,500 competition.
sons with hay fever or asthma because its filter traps the TOKYO -- Only 150 at the direction of thenaacpt.
1966 of aloe salesmen were honored in a round of two days of meetings and ceremonies some members thought was his National Office immediately
causative agents-usually pollens. more miles to before the
To date 48 have been elected the Hall of Fame the first go over-indulgence in civil rights
for to here, Taylorton, Kentucky. to following the -
: It Is wise even on the hottest days women carry a light ",OOO.mlle $690 million highway unproductive
matters to the exclusion of
vehicle established to lasting trubute to great salesmen. ,
'
,ever pay
shawl or sweater to wear in an air-conditioned building that linking Saigon and Singapore meeting between members
rut they might have to enter. This is especially Important if they Standards by which salemen are elected to the Hall of Fame Include, participation in with Paris and London is church duties. of the Milwaukee Youth

cs must sit near the cold air Jets. community activities good moral character, superior salesmanship, and demonstrating compl"te. Called the Asian Council and state officials.
initiative and Imagination CALLED TO ACCOUNT
13 selling
Highway Number 1 It will
open SALT LAKE CITY-{NPI})_
up a two-way traffic to the Far Charged With

: t t/V1/VW EIONT CANCER WhifneyYoung Blasts Negroes Are The Major Victims East networks.Middle by 1970 through Eastern Europeanand Highway full was The fellowship attacked Mormon's last against policy week Negroes denying by one Resisting ArrestJust


Bias Welfare WorkersDALLAS Of Riclal Violence In U. S. of the church's nationally known last May S,Father'Growl
ORIENTATIONST. members-Interior Secretary, 'was arrested In a dispute with

WHEN YOU ARE ILL TeJ.NPINa.( SACRAMENTO-California State Senator Mervyn M. Dymally AUGmTlNEFla.-NPI- Stewart L. Udall. In a letter to !the police, charged witn obstructing -
tional Urban League Executive (D-Los Angeles), a member of the Senate Education During the coming summer session the unofficial Mormon periodical them and resisting
Director Whitney ... Young Committee, recently called for positive creative alternativesto at Florida Memorial College "Dialogue," UdaU noted arrest. He then accused the>
111 i Jr., has chaged that "too many the type of disturbances which occurred at Houston' Texas some S3 students from the that It la a "sad Irony that the police of "extreme hartus-
You Seek The Best Doctor, aa. welfare workers" are afflicted church denies full fellowship ment and bloodboundlng.
Southern University and recently at Jackson(MississippiState) Bahamas will be undergoing an
When Your Doctor Prescribes. ++ v with either residual crefudlce ,College. orientation in to Negroes(Not permitting them The NAACP further plans ta
course
I Get Experienced Pharmacists( or an Insensitivity to "ques "Negro youth and young adults several lectures last'Augustat for entering the preparation regular to Join the priesthood) while attempt to arrange a meetingwith :
According To Your Doctor's tions of race and religion" must direct their new-found Texas Southern University, school term next fall. The 35 extending It to virtually all devout Wisconsin Governor Warren
Orders. We Use OIly The Best and Is scheduled to return! Mormen and
t Addressing the 94th annual men youths Knowles early this week.
racial selfconsciousnessracial Bahamian
.' are the first of 100
Quality (Drugs. forum of the National Conference there August & 7. "If we can't get anywhere with
self-respect, and racial students to receive full four-
of Social Welfare, of self-defense Inlo positive The first Negro ever to sit in from the HOUSING SERMONWASHlNGTONNPI him, we'll have to ask the
year scholarships
.e BLACK which be is be said the 117 year-old California State ):Local Justice to intervene '
E. Proprietor president, channels," Senator Dymallysaid. Arthur Vlning Davis foundation. Department
"many of us look down our representing the Watts area of ministers heeded the call last ," said Mr. Hardy.
i Registered Pharmacists To Serve You noses at the poor, despite "We need to reorganize the Los Angeles, suggested that GRAPES OF PLEASURE Sunday by the Rev. John Wells Mr. Hardy directly contradicts

............... liberal commitments." total student administration federal aid !programs such as DODOMA Tanzania {(NPI) Mt. Vernon Unitarian Church, the newspaper statement attributed .
.A COMPLETE LINE OFCosmetics ................ Social worker's "Upward Bound" be implemented -
prejudiceshave in to Fortune Jr.
relationship on your college A new industry has blossomedin Alexandria devoting a pore Humphrey, ,
made it twice hard to on a large-scale basis tion of their to the council officer
u Our futre this East African sermons a youth stating
campuses. independent
mayors, -
Rubber Goods Candles SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS ca Negro as a part
campuses
communicate with Negroes who congressmen senators and nation which is being predicted need of military personnel for "The Black Revengers art tak-
:; CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDj have moved Into the big cities political and business leaders ial answer to the problem. will bring added revenueto open housing Speaking In his trig over."
In the last 15 he "Sargent Striver, Director of role as a member of the Committee "There Is such
years, said. cannot be expected to accept the OEO should be asked to the country. It Is the pro- no thing u
Lilly's old autocratic ways. Negro colleges con duction of Dodma wine, a sacramental Concerned for Military Black Revengers either within
Drug Store fer with Presidents of colges -
: House Rev Wells held it NAACP
VOTEJUNE lag behind white collegesin vintage which was was the or within Milwaukee -
receiving "Upward the duty of ministers and other to the best of know.
my
1V 1901 liNGS lOAD El.3.121& ..... making democratic' proceases Bound grants to examine ways first produced in the area in community leaders in the area Even the local
; available to students"The In >whlch student' leadership the late 1 5O'. when Italian I ledge. papers
a former educator gave missioners brought Barbera to press for sale or rentalof tare repudiated the idea that
training and other experimental housing units without regard "such an extreme contingent
projects might be developed to wine stocks from Italy. There
devise new ways of dealing with are many types of the wine, to race exists here, Mr. Hardy said.

problems. but the present complaint Is, .
). "Creative alternatives to this 'there isn't enough of it."

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< : action. among student leaders. Is reported to be declining -
: "I intend to meet with Shriver public engagementsfrom
BLEACH :soon and discuss these pro now on until after the 3rd & MAIN / ,
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Your beautician

MIAMI DEATHSMr. Pld\:\'t ":t!.,[, "' '''1, 7.'fJB'o SNI"-. J MIAMI BEAT I INeat 'knows professional the answer. ..



James C. Banks of 65JJ Y Adams, president of the Rudolph Pullman relative to
S.W. 60th Avenue)outt Miami! l Brownsville Improvement Association getting more people conscience
of the benefits of cases brought
His remains were shipped to Is pushing hard for
before tenant and landlord
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recreational facllltles.Mlntroduced -
court..Mrs. Dorothy Baker was
to the Brownsville P.T.A.at .
fggqii chosen to be panelist to
Is needed to
their annual tea;county com represent Dade County real peroxide
ErroU Smith of 14240 N.W. missioner Joe Boyd last Sun-
estate board at Miami Beach
23rd Place: Monday, May 29th. l day in the Brownsville Junior in the Washington Federal and color unwanted gray hair?
tt High School auditorlum..j
Re Is survived by his parents Loan Association Building
Mr. and Mrs. Farley and Hflda r were made for suitable play- ..***.

Stevenson; a sister, Dorothy pound. and'S.swimming... pools. Music lovers surrounded Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
Smith; a brother, Thomas popular "L.C. Cooke" (brother hair and of natural color after chemical
"Ghost" Marshall and even slight fading relaxing
Smith two uncles,Rubin Host, sensational
; of the late Sam Cooke) la the
dull woman's and make her look older
Five Sharps continueto -can a appearance
and Orient Bowe. Funeral arrangements -
lobby of the Mary Ellsbeth Ho-
are Incomplete. bring the ladles out every than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging
teUtoks like old times to
week-end to the Fiesta Room seethe effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
.***.****. (Editor's Note: Second Avenue eeUbrlUes> stopping In I halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color: while

Mrs Annie Thomas of 7423 becomes alive again.) "Sul's-Tflle....... coloring Bray.Professionallytrained.
N.W. ITtk Avenue, Monday,May *..... hairdressers know the Importance of
Tailed with Art Green who
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29th. She survived by a daughter A salute goes to J. Chatman, their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
beads the "Hot Line" show
These also know that Clairol created semi
Mrs. Ida Strain. Funeral president (( problem. experts
arrangements are incomplete. Christian Leadership Conference nightly on radio station WAME permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide '
...sari's Art: never In the to color only the without changing the natural shade. They
) with a new "First" for gray
Willie Smith of 2331 West 5th
the teens and young adults.He history of his radio work has also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical;
Avenue 29th. He '
Monday May
has Inaugurated a summer he bad the pleasure of meeting processing. Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains,
Is survived by a son,Mr.Frank .. and having u a guest on my
hair of
and lasts month
-- -- -- workshop to keep the youth healthy looking through a shampoos.
Griffin two '
; grandchildren. show such a dynamic personalIty -
woman's for Care for her
In the central Miami district Whatever a reason wanting Loving
Funeral services conducted
were Muslim Minister of
Friday, June 2, In the Range GOLF SPEAKER HONORED-Miss Ten L. Jackson, an Accountant. for the Gulf Cll Cor- occupied this summer. Many Muhammad's as the Mosque 129, hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
Funeral Home ChapeL poration In Houston, Tens, accepts a present for being principal speaker at the annual are enrolling for these free Minister Bey..J further Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products
Effle Jane Sancho of Secretary of the Year Banquet of the Tuskegee, Ala., Chapter, National Secretaries Association. classes arts, crafts;recreation stated Minister Troy and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most
Mrs Making the presentation U Mrs. Baylies S. Davis, President of the Chapter. employment and enter- Beyopenedtheeyes his personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon.If .
67th Street May27th of listoers and made
1228 N.W. Miss Jackson, one of only two women accountants working for Gulf spoke on the topic tainment. you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask: i your
She Is survived by a most interesting by
"OR>ortun1Uel Unlimited" and also got a chance to tour the Tuskegee Veterans Administration Dade Coumy real estate board program beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care?
husband William Sancho; a son clearing up so many questions
amotherMrs. Hospital god the Tuskegee Institute campus. More than 200 attended the dinner. met at the home of Mr.and 14r1.I. in the pub11c's mind. e Clairol Inc.1M7 Courtny of Clairol Inc.
Robert uppermost
Mamie Ramsey Shaw, ; two brothers, Including Dr. J. W. Giles, Director of the VA Hospital, and Tuskegee Mayor C.M. Keever. .

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Funeral Williams services and Lola will be Curry con-; MIAMI SHORTSMIAMI | SINCE YOU ASKED, ME| FOR THAT 60 60 LOOK OF 67 60 ALL THE WAY!

ducted on Saturday June 3, at BEACH-Top names iflBiB BJHBMNHBHBBBflaBEMMBMllDEAR .. .
3.00 pjn. In the Church of in the show world will be around LONNIE: They keep on moving the time aronud. First I ITSUA tlUIa .A. s
Christ this summer. The Monkees,, they move It back. Then they move it up. They keep fiddling
Willie Dennard of 2903 N.W. Idols of the teenage set, are: with It until you don't know hat to do about it. I get all set to
64 th .Street Sunday May scheduled on stage In July, wake up on time so I can get to school early. The next thing 1TUMe'
28th. He Is survived by his about the time Frank Sinatra you know I'm all fouled up. I wake up an hour late or an hour
wife, Ethel Dennard and many Is expected back for some more early. Then I have to get started trying to wake up on time O
,other relatives. Funeral services movie making and Sheila all over again. Don't you think irs a nusiance "
were held Thursday,June MacRae returns to a nearby Bothered
'1, in toe Range Funeral Home hotel night spot. YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. However, I think you ought
,Chap I., to get an alarm clock. Then you wouldn't have so many pro-
aqi blems. Try depending on an alarm so you won't get so mixed
..qitaBruce tip and bothered.
First 10 pairs of South American DEAR LONNIE: Our library Is really boss. It has so many
McCartney, a student black ducks have been released .good books I could stay there for years. I go almost every
,vyt Carol City ,Junior High In the Everglades west week. I have a lot of favorite authors. My best friend took me
659t 311Q6 I4W.SL go f,Miami Beach,In u effort to with her one day and that's bow I found out about Jit A library
his pan Is really a swell place. They have some books that are really
,"He: is,,survived by irestock hunting areas.The duck
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Brinson. Is non-migratory. More will choice YOU COULD! REALLY GET AN EDUCATION just by readingall
Funeral services will be con- be released if the first colony
'ducted June 3 at the tine. You'll find that the more you read, the easier Jt
on Saturday, succeeds In establishing it.self.
5.00 p.m. In the New Bethel will be to get good grades In school Reading helps to Improve
Baptist Church. your reading and when you can read, you can undertand your
school work better.NOW .
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FRIENDSHIP BLOSSOMS V.A. PATIENTS Granhliig Sports $1 Millioi Gridiron Stir stars in the Mel Allen Is Speaker
making
In 1912, the Mayor of Tokyo Averse daily costs per pa

.presented Mr* William How- tient in Veterah Administration Price Tag As Baseball Harem Gets $45,000Coatrcct wills At Grambling Banquet

are) Taft 3,000 cherry tree In hospital during the first

1952 Japan requested cutting' quarter of 1967 were $31: in GRAMBLING, & {(NPI)>-n with a to dedication the point eccentricity.and drive almost Bonus the Cincinnati reds NBC Sportscaster, who has kept Mel Allen millions of

.from the Washington, D.C., general hospitals'and 18.26 in might sound slightly exaggerated The 21-year-old 5' 11" 180- transfixed before radio and TV

'trees to restore their own plant. psychiatric hospitals, the Catholic half, but the scouts teams representing in the- pound senior Is not the only BATON ROUGE-OHPO--All- Outfielder .Johnnie Lee Fenderson, born July 29, 1944 at sets, provided a speical flavor
had deteriorated Digest whose efforts have Southern University's Alabama. Bats for the Grumbling College all-
I Ins which reports. American and National baseball player con American gridder Pete Barnes Birmingham, rlghtthrows right.
greatly from lack of care during FEARLESS FORECASTS leagues are calling the Gram- tributed Immeasurably Ir has a pretty expensive signa John Fenderson, 22-year-old outfielder for Knoxville, led sports banquet.
The U.S. Park bling College squad a $1 million making Grumbling a powerful the Southern League In batting with a .324 mark and also The famed announcer was the
the war. Weather predictions have an club. baseball Juggernaut. ture. paced the league in triples (05)) and tied for the sacrifice fly main speaker. In 26 seasons
Service gladly sent them. Calhotic accuracy rating of 87%, the The statement will likely bring Tiger foes have also been 000 Signing from a the bonus Houston of over Oilersof $45, lead with eight. His One play won him an outfelld berth on as "the voice of the Yankees,"

Digest Catholic Digest claims. a lot of fans out of their seats spooked by Bob Williams.413)) the African Football Lea the laegue All-Star team and be was also named to Topps be aired more world series
I with a look of incredulity that John Thomas (C340)),Mike Cum- to Tom W1l11amIoUer' Chewing Gum's AA Ail-Star (East) Team. Fenderson during games than any other announc
-- -- can be translated only one way; mings C353)), Frank Patterson gue, according. assistant at the oft season, played for Grenada in the Nicaragua Winter. er. His association with the
"TANK" I don't believe lt..but a $1 (hoe), Ben Williams (.315); director Pete League) Fenderson played In 113 games and hit leven homers, Yanks ended in 1964.
Matthew Alexander ((357), Robert player personnel, "gives stole 19 bases and drive la 87 runs. Basically baseball announcer
: THANKS million description tag hardly for a seems team pro-with Atkins (.314)), Alfred Glp- the highest bonus ever for a Fenderson was born in Birmingham,Alabama but his family Allen currently handles basket
per player from a predominantly ball football boxing and other
such distinguished character son (.347), and Victor Tweedle ,
((.384)). Negro college sports fee NBC.

Forjour vote tkatim istics.Even President-Coach R.W.W. Patter Alexander, and the another And Williams"first"has for predicted the two- I Tiger coaches presented
awards to a mixture of out
Williams boys-fen! and BoI>-
Jones, Imperturbable after 42 bonus $$$ sport Southern University all- standing veterans and versatile -
are outstanding prospects :
rt me the lead in tke fears on the coaching line, admits and they are maturing American. "Barnes could very ; exciting freshman
that "this club provides a
u well be the first Negro middle All-American James Jones
special quality of excitement" fast. linebacker in football history .
first Primary pro and Emanual Cannon were
Grumbling alsoblessedwlU
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Grumbling has compiled an i
l' said Williams. it cited In basketball while
overall pitching balance Lefty ,
unmatched 35-1 record this season r
: I will deeply and rates as one of the Jlmmle Jackson (11-1)) is the the Barnes Oilers, who which inked calls a pace for more with t Norman Leroy Carter Davts Essex and Johnson Clifford
bellweather of the staff. His
collection of college
greatest
appreciatePLEASE ERA Is 0.79 for 89 innings, than $120,000 over three-year Cafford were honored in toot-
players ever assembled. exclusive of the bonus
span,, ,
balL
and he has fanned 136 batters.Jackson .
to
VOTE roar continued mind Their Hemingway's performance classic brings de- has blazing speed and was also a two-year baseball I Kirk Clayton, a young sprin-
) AU-American at Southern, but
heart te r of astounding versatility
is blessed with a big
scrlpttom of "Grace Under for the Longrlew, Tex., native
and a supple arm. was applauded in track along
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JUNE 6. sipport.
Pressure.
football talked louder with the
Other pitchers particularly effective with Lennox Yearwood and Mar-
The Tigers won the South- check-book than baseball.Middle I
vin Solomon.
this Charles
Elect "TANK" TAHKERSIY" western NAIA area Athletic five Conferenceand championships Jones (8-0)),season Roy Maine are ((7-0), linebacker, center the ,and Ralph Carr, a .582 hitter who
quarterback have been posi-
and Jerry Washington (7-0). has impressed scouts with his
by making a fetish of tions In American professional ,
t has solid skills, was accorded accolades
Pal Po11Ucal Adv.COMIM6 stinginess and frustrating Grambling hitting, football which Negroes haYelitbeen super
in baseball. Baseball
strpng pitching and steady
rivals with tight pitching and
allowed to fill previously
fielding. The proud haughty awards also went to Robert
heavy hitting. Southern Coach
University Williams and JImmie Jackson
Tigers will not be satisfied ,
is the modus
Power
hitting John Brown who -
played professionally
both widely acclaimed in the
until the NAI National Championship -
north Louisianaclub
for the
operandi for the old Los
33-1 Southwestern Athletic
pennant is flying from
as every member of the Angeles Dons and later in the
GillS MITE CLUB starting team Is hitting over the flag pole in the campus Canadian League, was what is Conference Conterence championship drive

.300. The team set an NAIA quadrangle belelved, the first and only dim. champlonsnip

playoff record by hitting seven Zili CiuikalGiiit Negro to play center In the -1 Cheatham
CALLAHAN FLORIDA mill Murphy was embraced -
homers in one game against pro leagues.No .
In golf while certificates -
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Frostburg State (Md). inn Ti Celebrate records were found of Negro -
of achievement
SATURDAY dominates current! wert
JUNE 10TH Grambling middle linebackers or
awarded to three members nf
NAIA national statistics witha The Fabulous Original Zulu quarterbacks who logged enough '. --.. ..... the swimming team.
.355 team batting average Jungle Cannibal Giants professional playing time to cause even mild _
11 P.M. to 3 A.M.
and a 0.88 pitching staff earn- Independent Baseball conversation. moved north when he was quite,young. He mates his home HENRY D. ROGERS
edrunaverage.The Team will be celebrating their Asked who Barnes could] look in Racine, Wisconsin
ADVANCE TICKETS s2.00 At Door 2.50 ;Tigers have commanded 35th year of touring coast to to for the stiffest competition An all-arond athlete at Washington Park High In Racine,
unequivocal rating as the No. 1 coast, meeting all comers on for the position, Williams men- Wisconsin, Johnnie was swamped with college scholarship
TABLES FREE college division team fn the the baseball diamond. tioned Ronnie Caveness of the offers for football or basketball but when Cincinnati offered
U.S. from the NAIA and the The Zulus have the worlds University of Arkansas who him a contract and a modest bonus be Jumped at the opportunity
ill PERSON BOBBY MOORE newspaper collegiate baseball most unique baseball team, came up as a rookie last year to play baseball. 11
Second Baseman Ralph Cart wearing their native dress of after about 10 games had been After finishing high school the speedy Fenderson reported
Ul IIYIIM ICES 'has been a dramatic and relevant grass skirts, long hair, barefooted played. late in June to Cedar Rapids where he hit .%89 in 52 games.

force inGrambllng's drive. with their faces painted Said Williams, "Barnes'was, He finished the season with Macon, playing seven games (.188).
He leads the nation in hitting In grotesque designs.They keep in the estimation of the Oilei Fenerson was on the Cincinnati 1963 Varsity roster as "first- ,
with a flamboyant .585 average the fans in an uproar as to coaches, the best middle line- year player" and trained with the Reds. In 1965 he played in
and II triples. Who's on First, etc. back prospect In the entire 86 games tor Tampa and tatted 305. 5
r Scouts insist that his credentials The Zulus many sideline antics country, major or minor college He was hitting close to .400 In June when he Injured his
are impeccable. They analyze including their famous and he was the only one right hand The inside of the hand was pulled apart but act
him as a super-star of Jungle ball routine Insures the we drafted this year" ual no bones were broken When he returned to the lineup
? the future. His versatility could audience a laughttme of a life- The hulking- 3" and 230 he had difficulty gripping the bat as previously and he had
t command a bonus in the neigh- time, plus playing an extra pounds-Jaguar AU-American trouble getting back into the earlier sensational groove he
borhood of the $200,000 received ordinary brand of fine basebalLNo didn't have the advantage of had been In.

by Rick Reichardt from wonder this novel team is per-merger bidding for his In spring training in 1966 the bones were back in place
the California Angels. the worlds greatest drawing, services. He came along abouta and the hand was okay and Johnnie got off to a fine start.
Garr would like to follow in attraction In baseball too late that. At Washington Park in Racine
year or jto for High Fenderson was Captain, Thanks for support in
you your
the footsteps of ex-Gambling Civic organization from Canada -' But his worth went soaring All-City, All-Conference: and All-State as a football halfback, the first primary and asks for
*Searching For My Love star Tommie Agee, 1966 to Cuba have built their anyway because he was an all- averaging 9.9 yards per carry; Captain, All-City; All-<:on- your vote on June 8 for Civil
SIMfilNfi IIS RECORDING. Try My Love Again American League rookleoftheyear revenue for Charity greatly on American for two years in ference second team as a basketball forward averaging 15 Service Board Group 3.

Many More Hits with the Chicago White Sox. the promotion of this baseball baseball at Southern University points per game; Captain,, City Batting Champion two years; He Is a Harvard graduate,,
This ambition has spurred him extravaganza. .. also. Eager baseball scouts All Conference baseball, posting bat marks of .373; 418 and successful businessman, and

looked at him for four seasons 457. active in civic and charitable
and left drooling each time. organizations. !t
Thanks to A four-time all-SWAC selection PLEASE. VOTE JUNE. L '
Barnes ended the seasons Youth Conservation Political Adv.)

tops In college division
all' our RBIs, third in homers for $e Camp RegisteringBoys
CLAUDE season with eight and a .452 ELECT
batting average.

PONTIAC f "Barnes was drafted by us in Girls, .8-14
the sixth round "
sa1d Williams,
but we knew that as badly as I

customers N 0 LAN to baseball go Ugh.wanted" him, we had 8 TALLAHASSEE through 14 years Youngsters of age may (E) JOIIHNELSON

IHMPI Recently at Southern's allsports begin to make plus for tie!
sixteenth annual camping session -
banquet, Barnes was selected -
at the Youth,Conservation
for the coveted W.L. (
LIKES BEING Braford Baseball Award to the Camp in the Ocala National
Forest, according to W.T. I
"" ,:. Jaguar player who contributesmost
Me Broom, chairman, Game nd
,: over the season to the
AI i Fresh Water Fish Commission.

'*( NORTII FLORIDA'S '. team.Barnes was the second Applications are being accepted -
:
F Southern University player for the following camping -
sessions for boys: June U-
signed by the Oilers since the
17; June 18-July I.; July a-8j;
close of the
NUMBER ONE .. son. past football sea July 9-22; July Z3-11I. July CIVIL SERVICE BOARD-GKOUP 4

i Thomas Crissmoo 30-August 12. Thecamplngses-
a Jaguar
i lion for girls begins August
:. a defensive free agent back,by was the signed Otters as 13 through August 19. WHO WILL SERVE, PROTECT AND
,

.1 j .1 .,r t : PONTIAC BASED ON "and,"he said looked Williams great in A workouts Houston -- regarding Applications Camp the may Youth and be information Conservation obtained HONORABLY REPRESENT YOU

native, he is to play either
1967 NATIONAL from offices of the Game and
"
t safety or cornerback: accordIng
'f" -
'A Fresh Water Fish CommissionIn
!. SPRING to Oiler plans. BUSINESSMAN ATTORNEY
a Panama City, Lake City,
Barnes will to the
report
y : TEM PEST PONTIAC SALESE's Oilers camp July 11 at Kerr- Ocala, Lakeland West Palm Paid Political Adv.
Beach
and
Tallahassee. Applications -
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CONTEST vllle, Tax, and said Williams,
and camping fees ire
"We have every confidence that filed with the office of the Youth
Pete Shipyard Workers
will report In the best of
Conservation Camp 2520 E.
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FIREBIRD condition and ready to play.
Silver Springs Blvd Ocala
f'\ Thaf the kn""t of pride he Florida. ,
has." '
According to Me Broom, the Of
DEALER weekly schedule for the 1967
I' Youth Conservation Camp will
Include an improved programon

.... fish sad fishing archery, J.S.Y.It's .
.. firearm safety and bunting, a
: study program on conservationand

\ I 1 I 1 1 1 I $ 1 wildlife, as well as camp Time We (In The Labor Dept,
I 1e fog, boating and other outdoor
I sports and recreation This

years camp program will for induce boys an who advanced Had A Voice In The Independent. 1 1Worker's

have previously attended the
1 Youth Conservation Camp;
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, JUNE 3, 1967 STAR PIPERS FARE_ ._ I
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Lady Pharmacist At Diiie! Pharmacy Bobby Isaac Enters. I,
YMCA Tennis Team Veteran Jim Baker Learning To Swim .. ._. ._ '

Steps Into Biglime DIXIE I. Firecracker 400 Race
In Paul Revere 250
Weldon Johnson The fourth In a series of articles on "Learning How To
The James Team: Swim" dean with combining the arms and leg strokes tor-con DAYTONA BEACH Bobby .1
W fret chance at big-time Speed Race July 3 tinued progress In the water. The beginner stroke on front Isaac, the beavy-footed North'
got when they participated Is composed of the op and down alternate thrash of tile tog' .Carolinian who fought wlnne*"'<
tennis Jacksonville Invitational DAYTONA BEACH Jim and the dog paddle of the arms.Lef AJ. Foyt right down to the-,
In the Championship at Boooe Baker, veteran Atlanta driver s begin with the leges,' if you are in a pool you may we In the 1964 race, wig",
Tennis who has woo seven of the nine brace yourself against the side with your arms extended and make Us third try for victory ,
Park last week. YMCA players sports car races be has at body in a prone position with face In water, begin the up and I In the ninth running of the
The following I ,
I Luclous Albertle Daytona International Speedway down thrash of the legs. Bend your knees only slightly, kicking Firecracker 400 at Daytona In"
participated: has entered the Paul Revere skill mustbe 4...
Jones Preston from the hips. To perform this efficiently, you ternatlonal Speedway on July
Julius Uoman 250 scheduled to start hereat relaxed. The toes ciculd: point away from the body and Tbe battle between Foyt and,
Julius Guinyard.
and Man's doubles midnight of July ). you may kick your feet above the surface or below. M Isaac three years ago was one
In the open Baker will drlvun Alfa Romec Now after you have accomplished this skill let's put it to of the most exciting duels evtfr
Jones and Luclous A1-
Julius GTA in the midnight ride over t
the In'closing t ,
practice.Do seenat Speedway. %
bertle lost to Lee Steele and ,
the Speedway's 3.81 mile International '
you remember In our previous lessop we worked on the stages of the Firecrak-f
Jamie Pressly &-1. 6-1. both
track and road prone glide? Well, now we will do the same thing over againi er the two swapped the leada
of
members the University! jiTh
are
of Florida team. In the quarterfinals cause and bring in our leg kick. As soon u you begin your prone i score of times, and with lessg
Julius Cuinyard and The PcdRevere, worth more glide, start the up and down beat cf your legs. than a lap to go Isaac held ag
Preston Uoman lost toGardnar than $14,000 in price money, While you are doing this your face should be in the wild car-length lead. But Foyt, run- 9
Mulloy and Kenneth Terry in is for Trans-American series in a face down position. You will notice that the thrash of your nlng deep" in the bottom lane, 6
the Men's Junior Veterans di type cars of under and over legs will drive you along in the water. To regain you tooting wheels almost on the apron j?
vision. 2 leters with S liters as a remember, press down with both arms simultaneously and passed Isaac near the end of j 2
maximum Baker's Alfa Romeo draw your knees up to your abdomen which should bring you the backstralght and held on to p
was ranked In the
Mulloy Top GTA will race in the smaller to a standing position. You, may also develop this kick while win with next to nothing to
Ten ant 16 frem 1939
years category where it will have
gliding on your back. .
to 1954 and was the numberone the Porsche 911 as major com- Remember to point the toes away from the body. Isaac drove a Dodge in than
player in the countryin petition Peter GreggJackson- Next week' we will take up the arm action in the beginner race, and he'll be in a DodgejS
1952. ville, winner of the under 2 stroke or deg-paddle. this July. He'll drive for owner%
in 1952. Mulloy is a former liter class in the Trans-Ameri Nord Krauskoph under the Kg
captain of the United States can races at Daytona and Se- h and K Insurance
Davis Cup team. bring this year, alread is en- UI'I'UCTU.NlTY-Mr.. Vivlloria tracer web is one of the few remale ner.
The tournament was sponsor tered in the Paul Revere. Aft Pro Receives into Negro pharmacists in the State of Florida is shown here with the operators of the Dixie Isaac drives companyban-i
ed by the Jacksonville Recreation Baker knows the Speedway '", ,." Pharmacy Kings Rd. and Myrtle Ave. At left Is Robert (Bob) Palmer with Charles 0. Speedway
department. trac'i-road course u well as : Mitchell Sr. won a 50 mile
Moman, Jones, Cuinyard and anyone. He first drove its high ;: .j'9'\ Palmer who is a candidate for th e City Council Ward 6, who was instrutmental the before the 1964 Firecracker,g
Albertle .are members ojt the banks, long straights, and flat hiring of Mrs. Frailer said he supports President Johnson's program for equal employment and earlier in the year came Pl
United States Lawn Tennis Association infield road in 1963, scored' f< j. opportunities and will continue his policy as as a City Council member. home first In a 100 mile Grand A
and Florida State the first of his many wins la 9 National that was part of the g
Tennis Association. a G-modifled Lotus Ford. In Christine ThomasIs Daytona 500 preliminaries. .S'
1965 the Atlantan drove Lotus ViHce Dooley Charlie Tate Atid
a i'ma8f8YRIt4 The Firecracker 400 is a fuBftFLA
23 victory in the American International with drlverr-:
Negro Dramatic Road Race of Champions, beat- Does Rickey Tole PanelistsTALLAHASSEE The Winningesl interchange and'always attracts .. .
Ing out the top sports car Tennis PlayerMiss the top stars of mAC
divers in the U.S. May as well as NASCAR. Foyt and
Company To Swim The Paul Revere is expectedto The 23rd Coaching Clinic at Florida Mario AndreW are scheduled
draw heavily on the Trans- Aill University,'which will be held June 12-14, will present Christine Thomas leads to run, and such NASCAR top
American series drivers and) three of the youngest but most successful coaches In major the Wilder Park Tennis Club hands and David Pearson Sam
NEW YORK -(NPI) Plans cars, including the factory- college footbalL All three piloted their teams to bowl games players for the month of May, McQuagg, Curtis Turner,Bobby
have been announced for the backed Mustangs and Cougars,i and emerged as winners, although together they have been winning most of her games dur- Allison and Buddy Baker
establishment of the Negro Ensemble and the Camaros, Darts, and head coaches for a total of only eight years ing the month. already have entered.
; Company, which will Barracudas in the ever 2 liter t( Vince Dooley, the young coach of the season. As a result his Mrs Rometa Porter is second, The Firecracker, worth more
seek 'tp develop Negro dramatic category. Drivers in this d the University of Georgia 1967 ball club has already been Mrs. Mozell Thomas, third; than $66,000 in posted awards
talent. division include Parnelli Jones,. Bulldogs had probably the most ranked as high as fifth by Miss Barbara Bonner, fourth; will be preceded by the first
A $434,000 grant from the Dan Gurney, Dr. Dick Thompson : successful season of the three. sportswriters in selecting the Miss Esther White, fifth; Miss running of the Pau} Revere
Ford foundation will help eta Mark Donohue,Jerry Titus[ d'w' Dooley missed a perfect season top teams of '67. Tate finished Betty ItcCray, sixth, and Miss 250. This track-road race oveil
flab the company, which and Bob Tullius. I by one point when he lost a with an 8-2-1 record. The three Josephine Kite, seventh. the Speedways 3.81 mile In***
to expand opportunities for experience The Paul Revere is the first( heartbreaker to Charlie Tate's bowl teams he knocked oft included Other club members are:Mrs ternatlonal course, starts at
Negro theater artists half of the Speedway's Fourth! --.-- University of Mlaml ball clubby Georgia ((7-6)), University Joan Meeks,Mrs.CaroIRogers, midnight of July 3, and is for
and offer professional trainIng of July doubleheader. When the MICHIGAN STATE star George Webster takes the wheel a score of 76. Dooley has of Southern California Miss Elynor Williams and Miss cars of the TransAmerican"baby
to potential new talent. midnight ride is finished, the of a new Dodge with the same aplomb as when he captaJ.nec1MS's been a consistent winner sincetaking ((10-7)) and University Florida Luvenla Kite. Ratings are post grand national" type
The company, organized by track will be readied for Fire- grid squad, Webster, the No. 1 American Football over at Georgia in '64. ((21-16)). ed cache month to show the progress cars.
Douglas Turner Ward, Robert cracker 400' start at 10:00 League draft choice, was gifted with the auto after signinga In his first season Georgiawas The 1966 coach of, the year of the players, according
Hooks, and Gerald S. Krone, a.m., on the Fourth. The ninth professional football contract with the Houston Oilers of second only to AlabamaIn in the SEC is only in his third .to Julius Guinyard and Preston The Department of fiousingani
I plans to present four productions renewal of this late model stockcar the AFL. Hailing from Anderson S.C., he was co-captain the Southeastern Conferencerace as a bead coach but a Moman, instructors. urban Development remind*
year
State team. Show presenting the 1967 Dodge Tennis classes are held each FHA home buyers that their;
each year on racial classic bring together the of the Michigan and Dooley won his first great future is predicted for
themes, starting in the fall. top NASCAR drivers,plus many Charger to Webster for the Oilers is Robert S. McCurry, bowl game that year against Doug Dickey of the Universityof Monday, Wednesday and Friday mortgage payment Is due on the;
of USAC's stars, and is worth general manager Dodge Division Chrysler. Corporation. Texas Tech in the Sun Bowl. Tennessee. Unranked at the from 8 to 9 p.m., for adults first of every month. Tbe leni
QJPI PHOTO) Last year the Bulldogs ended and Tuesday and Thursday from der expects the payment on oc
than Curtis Tanner beginning of the 1966 season
I more $65,000. 4 to 9 for children. The before that date. If a home own*
all-time NASCAR great, the season with a 9-1 record the Volunteers finished with a p.m.,
Watch is careless nil
er about
is sponsored by the keeping
first driver to de- and clobbered Southern Methodist 7-3 defeated Tulsa in program
record
was the Jacksonville Recreation D e payments up to date, he may brf
This Clown, clare his intention to drive A management information- Pickers Pure Oil hi the Cotton Bowl 249. the Blue Bonnet Bowl!,and wound liable for a late charge or may
.partment.Fouft.YlEuoOLD
both the Firecracker and Paul Charlie Tate's 1966 ball club up with a rank of seventh in .
control system for transit operators even find that his mortgage lit
't< Revere. Others are expected to that will furnish the kind Race Panel had the distinction of beating both the Associated Press and to his mOothrr default.
31.J'
21 52 Turner's lead. three teams that went on to United Press' International : "/ like yen better than f,
follow ;Il
I. ,." I. -. ... I ." t' "'I ,/' ..., of data to transit operate management a successful requires Poor. Winner play, in bowl games at;the end ratines. any other leading brand.: "_ ;
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.. 2& 94 Tree experts suggest adding rapid transit system will be developed DAYTONA BEACH- sier AT YOUI oar
t9t1 some soap or detergent to spray and tested by Kent State Pure Oil Racing Panel of t* ? : < 'v'Y' 'iv I
:1 tree trunks and branches. University, Kent, Ohio with a perts, a nation-wide group of ,4s';'
1 Either one acts as a spreader $304,999 grant from the U.S.Department racing authorities, completely : $ WAIEIOUSE ST0IC
J which helps the spray stick to of Housing and Urban overlooked Jim Paschal, winner + ;
the tree surfaces Development. of the World 600 Sunday, 5HwrS i 3090 1. 45tk ST.
J at the Charlotte Motor Speed-
way and runner-up David Pearson ;
211
1& 49 was used to select the Panel ,

winners Murray Forsvall of the PRICES 111 HIS.. AO
53 abouy
35 31
[IAUWIINSURANCE Dallas (Tex..) Times Herald.Forsvall I [ .. store that cares>.> .. .. ... ::.you!
picked the :. .. :.. ........< : ..
Sometimes He's Up,Sometime* winning AlE (001 TII09CI
He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts, speed at 136.011 miles per hour
He works it all around I and Paschal came home the SATURDAY. JOKE f
winner at 135.832 miles per I.
32 -15 -13 hour.
Second place in the balloting

COMING ATTRACTIONS went to Marcus Holland of the "ttlPA-AI61i" QULIIY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF BONELESS FULL CUT
Savannah (Ga.) News with Pearson
87 -, !1 5E at 136.042 miles per hour.
Bob Smith of radio station ROUND STEAK 88
New Quality Policy Now Available
MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED WNDB, Daytona Beach, Fla., u.
came in third with Pearson

10/20/5 Liability Free SR-22 Filings at 135.007 m.p.h. Fourth spot --- --
went to Evan Bussey, Charleston i
i CS.CJ) News and Courier
From $1.50 per month payable monthly
lin UN ill MOD mm
"Man's Days are Numbered." who selected Pearson at 134.989 SPKIIU
Health and Fortune Can Be files per hour.
Yours When You Know Your Sacs in an exclusive department DEXOLA SLICEDBACON'
Lucky Days. ROBERT TRAVIS store: "Don't Forget Fa.
there Day. 'Open a Charge Account .
Lucky Colors, etc. ." Catholic Digest .
Send $2.00 for your & Associates "JOHNNT, how do you spell OIL
?" the teacher asked : /
Horoscope. Guide for fmbtcile a
6th grader."I.mbui'iuV.
JUNE I
#10 Collier Bldg. *
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mall Fill in to the ZODIAC blank, Post below Office and spelled out laboriously. 'I IMPT. 1Ll. PI&

Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. 121 E. 8th Street That'e not correct" the. 3.9 Asst. IIHatirI 63
teacher replied. "The dictionary Mint
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NAME spells it imbecile.

STREET Phone 354-7397 For Rate Oaele "Ye but you asked me how

bATE OF BIRTHMo.--- / spelled it," Johnny replitd.C .-
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CANCERVETERANS PLEASE VOTE JUNE 6 BUY U.S.SAVING BONDS '
Robert (Bob) Palner Is Ckoses.


There's A Great Lineup Of .. As Best Men For City Coiacil

feLEUINiS! ILESSINfiS Jacksonville citizens whohave form or. better recreational ployment opportunities for all
SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTat The man born with the gift Rev. come to the realization that facilities and a program to meet to the extent that the Dixie
THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER the needs of youth. with which Be- is
COLLEGE, INC, Roosevelt Franklin of ( what Jacksonville needs In Its Pharmacy
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Georgia. It la through God that government intelligent young He is concerned about water associated employs several Negroes .
:men who are willing to work rand airy oll.o&n because he has among whom is a female
1 all evil conditions,
can remove
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Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking W some questions you may wish tC in an above board manner to ,been personally affected: by it. registered" pharmacist.
know. make this city a first class He has expressed the view
one are placing their hopes the city Jobs should be made
DO YOU NEED MONEY? on Robert (Bob) Palmer, can available to all citizens regardless
Applications For Its ,IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? dldate for the City Council. of race and that employment
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP FardJ.. in city Jobs should
DRINKING? Palmer who polled 8,192 votesin w tie based on experience and
Veteran Class. EDGEWOOD LOUNGE CAN MY LOVE ONES BE the first primary 11 a tl qualifications'.
RETURNED? licensed pharmacist and a Palmer eels that a program
member of the Duval Pharmaceutical to provide Job training and rehabilitation -
MOl d.y- L.ADIESMTE Free Champagne !They call ma the Rootman). Assn. as well as the of young people Is
American Pharmaceutical Asp desired to Improvethe
But I am only aservaatof GodBecause : strongly
The Size Of Our ClassesIs God is the answer Uul SD. earning power of the poorer.
TuesdayJOHN STANBERRY (Rec. Artist) life's problems. I a m t h eKing As a manW'hotnowi'.omelh1nc classes and those below par,(
Station WRHC of all Day Prophets.Sendor i about flUingprescriptlons,Pal- As a member of tnecity couoZD- educationally.
Broadcast
Live .
my special selected Bible mer says Jacksonville needs he will apearheadthenecesunry Bob Palmer has been selected
W.d.IS d IY- -erses. To be read ooSPECIALAYS. a new prescription to heal its legislation as well u Implementation by a number of civic groups
Limited By Law. JAM SESSIONGreat Fun for Everyone many Ills. He says he is ready to improve the air and leaders,in the community
Send a self-addressed,stamped to fill the prescription that the and water problem. as the' man best suited for the
,..rs d IY- THE JOHNNY SHAW SHOW 'envelope and $2,00 for Bible youth of this city needs in the Palmer believes in equal em- post of Councilman In Ward 6.
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of verses and spiritual Message., r -- --
MANTES
You will receive Bible verses
Great Entertainment by return mall. i lEO'S'arl"ll HELP ffftlTCI Beauty operators, and barbers"
Place. Friday & SalnrdayLeo end TO: 'S SALES PEOPLE New Hollywood Beauty and
Doe Sanders Rev. Roosevelt Franklin Sin ", ;Barber Lounge, ,622 Ashley St.
Dorsey 30 Morrow Avenue sell adver
H "M"Bubba" Men'and'women, to .Call 3M9TK'HELP
John Sanders Macon, Georgia 31201I Liberal ,draw, liveral
Using
Sid, Clem* '
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Of All Kill commission, easy work, quick
CALL 355-9874 Plus GUEST STARS specialize In all case work. sales. You earn $75 to $150 If N. T. SLEEP-Df
Phone area code 912''M.: -. 475.t U Sir till\ list"( keen. Fringe benefits. :JOBS, salaries to $65, fare
--- Apply. ,FLORIDA STAR, 2323 advanced. Rush references,
moncrief. cor., 13th. phone number. ABLE MAIDS
E. UilM St !AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN,FREEPORT -
MAIDS. FOR. NEW TOItfUP N. Y.


GRAND OPENING FRIDAY & SATURDAY Formula Secret Prayer Chart! l N.Y.Top City Jobs,New NOW TO Jersey.!S75 Best homes WEEK Friendly in HELP WANTED 1I


families. Fare sent, rush re- I Mile,
ferences. FREE GIFT. '
PSCHYO PHYSICAL TEMPLEOF WORK AS REPORTER
MISS DIXIE AGENCY
THE DIVINE MOThER, 300 W.40 St N.Y.C. Dept. 216 I *aaa
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SECRET PRAYER FORMULA WILL TRAIN AS REP 6
CHART. FOR MEN AND WOMEN Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323
> My Prayers are being sent out Moncrief Rd., Jax., Fla.
-41 ,' ; and blessing are coming in. OF ALL AGES
<
:' Send for Free Dally Blessing.
; ; How to get what you want Take New IMPROVED NA-f HELP WANTED
: '; : through this new way of Prayer. PURE TABLETS for that tired
/ ,1t.; Mall selt.oaddressedenvelope to run down feeling that keeps you Female'
Rev. C. Porster, P. 0. Box 56, from enjoying life. 100 Tablets
St. Albans. N.Y. 11412. $3.00;' 200 Tablets $5.00. $1.00
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fl; < ; ', 'E" 1f'1 I i PRODUCTS deposits on t C.O.D.SALES Dept.EMPIRE FS

HUP MUTER '937 N. Broadway, Chicago,m. MUST DO 60 W.P.M. AC-
,IV\ .,I FISCAL ASMS Am ;K DIRECTOR $Q626.cZI8 CURATELY.: GOOD IN ENGLISH -
''H-;;;; >' ::::; : + Community Action SPELLING.
Program. Work entails pro- ZA6 SEWING 'Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323
ject preparation,with emphasis Moncrlef *d.. 11.1., Fla.
I on budgetary matters, and
\'" maintaining financial recordsof MACHINE
=-- : non-profit corporation. Requires ISABELLA OF PARIS
,,: \. Bus. Aim. degree with We have two 1067 DIal.QlrfaUcZII ] That's ,Mel lhav* the Am i-
A 4 J ''' ::1 emphasis' in accounting, or Zags, that have never been ing superior tonic tablets, pep
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,' "' ,;&" >> tj (t equivalent training and experi Bused They were lay-away, you want to do.
j4 '" Ball they
: >,1. ence. Minima salary $6,000
> [never picked up.Customers loft U.OO.Satis-
dependent on qualifications. Tits area. We are unable to to-/ faction guaranteed or Money
I Submit resume and references (Icate them. You can have these pack For Men and Women,,
to P.O. Box 6605, West Palm
I ,sewing machines for the balance ISABELLA
., y Beach, Fla. 33405.OPPORTUNITY"EMPLOYER. of $47., each. Cash or P.O. Box 230, Dept. S, Gary,
AN EQUAL terms. Phone 3531946. Anytime
will deliver obligation.. Indiana
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Robert R. Roberts Says:


r THANK YOU


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% Here's t at Tlgerl Jacksonville Citizens
f--- P. 4 for your vote of confidence
; I w w which had us needing only
icaswt. I 13 votes to beat the other
: 2 candidatesYour

w
._ _. i f fi help again next Tuesday
i June 6 will make me equally proud
that you believe:
.. ...-.- ,,. ,. ------...,.. I Will Do A Good Job
For ALL Of Jacksonville


Vote For A Proven Friend One You Have Known For Years
4k

r Elect Robert R. (Rob,) Roberts


City RecorderJAKE

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