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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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 10, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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JPEPPER AND SALT Congressman Claude Pepper confers administrative aides '*** .

James F. Southerland (]left) and James Taylor, Jr., on a constituent problem in his Wash- .TAMPA..-A Just Junior High School matron, who wu suspended ,
Pepper office. James Taylor, Jr., Negro the Washington staff of Congressman Claude Mrs. Mathis Faces RepvUiccaIn YORK -Investlgatoriare last month alone with the school's principal and clerk,
I (QD-Fla.) to become the administrative aide of a member of the Florida being sent into the Delta has been cleared of all wrongdoing in connection with reported I 1
Congressional Delegation Taylor, 30, Is a former student at Miami Booker T. Washington counties of Mississippi by the fund shortages '

Junior-Senior High School and a former administrative assistant to the District of Colum June 20, GeMral Elections NAACP to make an on-the- Mrs. Doretha Larry returnedto I case for the State Attorney's
bia's top legal officer Corporation Counsel Clark K. King of hungej,,
,spoet probe charges work at the school Monday office, said be is still taking I
By Eric O. SimpsonTwo and malnutrition among Ne morning. She presented letter testimony

groes. to Acing Principal Samuel IfU be another two weeks of
.AII-WhiteJury... Funds Granted Negro Jacksonville women became first of their race The two-week investigation social,la this, along with investigation.

in 50 years and the first of their sex to win the democratic headed by veteran .before the case can be pre- t
,_ For' Head- -fteminattba'to the City.Council in t second primary election workers Alex.Waites andRoUli. ..\.seated.trteMttorae 'Psul, ..I
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that has left the political analysts in finger-nail-biting eon- Eubanks, president and' secretary AntlnorV'. Thury said.' *>'? s,1**.' \11',
: Frees 8 Whites fusion. respectively, of the Thury added that.the latest
.. Jax'villeProject NAACPs Department of Welfare findings completely vindicatedMrs. :
Mrs. Mary Uttlejohn) Singleton take office on June 23- unless, Branch in New York: City. .. Larry, "and we're DOW
a former schoolteacherand of course,. she is denied her The NAACP representative an other
checking developments -
Of Beating KidsOXFORD. Head Start has been widow of barbecue chain 'office through some legal technicality were scheduled to meet with It. ." he said.

...... approved for Jacksonville for operator Isadore Singleton won as in the case of Ernest Department of Agriculture officials I'I
MissMlsslssippljustice' the third straight year.In Jackson whose election In in Washington and confer I
raised its biased head i. .desegregated schools In Granada a Joint announcement,Mayor 1958 was thrown out on the with Mississippi) NAACP
last Tuesday night and acquitted Miss., last fall. Louis H. Ritter and James E. basis that the District in which state officers prior to launchIng Civil Rights Leader

eight whites Including a Jus The verdict of an all-white Workman, Jr., president of he defeated his white opponentwas their investigation .on June
UJ5. District Court Jury came, V
Greater Jacksonville Economic not constitutionally set up.,
tics of the 10.
Peace
of
charge Job Bias
after a little than three Charges
more Opportunity Inc. said GJEO white voter of
of attacking Negro students tAsk "The city's apparently Earlier this year thousands
hours of deliberation. officials on last Monday received was determined not Mississippi Negroes were eliminated -
ReversalOf The eight were charged with confirmation from the 1w to let a long-feared possibility from a Federal Food
interfering with US. District Office of Economic Opportunity I I become a reality: A Jacksonville assistance program that had PASADENA, Calif.-Any attempt

Court Judge Claude Clayton's that $224,913 in federal funds .i mayor elected by the helped sustain more than COO BEN D. GRIFFIN by the Pasadena Boardof '"
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Conviction order calling for desegregation have been allocated for this < Negro bloc vote. 000 of the state's poor. Localofficials ...denies wrong Education to rescind Its re-
of two formerly all-white summer's. project. The program So, he turned out In even In a number of counties toning plan, designed to reduce I
In Draft Case schools at the small nortt also was conducted In greater numbers than did the have ended free distribution dot racial imbalance in the city's
Brown vindicating her la short*
Mississippi town of Grenad. will be resisted
1965 and 1966. Negro voter. And he cast his of surplus food to schools by'
NEW' ORLEANS The US Maximum penalty upon conviction Ritter and Workman said this ballot for Tanzler, the antithesis the poor and have turned instead ages Mrs.which Larry totaled was over suspendedwith $600. the local branch of the NAACP.

Court of Appeals for the Fifth would have been one year's federal grant repre 1 of the bloc vote;' to the sale of Federal Food the school' principal Ben Announcement of the pro: i
year in prison and-or a $1,000 Huts a increase the Journal staffer jected NAACP action was made I
Circuit here was asked by attorneys slight over Another stamps. D. Griffin and a clerk at the
of the NAACP Legs! fine. $218,171 that was allocated for MRS.SINGLETON somewhat _perplexed_.. pros The Senate voted May 31 to school, Mrs. Reganla Wanda here by Samuel Shuts, president
Among the defendants
were W If of the Pasadena Branch
last jt
Defense and Educational Fund, year's program. They .. wins election extend for three years and expand Shirks.
Justice of the Peace James ?
added that the Increase was due following the revelation that'
Inc., to reverse the draft evasion the Federal food stamp
Joe Thury, attorney in the
conviction this week of a i Richard Ayers, Archie Larry to the addition of several non- with 21,370 votes over her white program. Families with the pressures were being exerted
civil rights worker. a 19-year-old; Donald Wayne professional Job positions,such run-off opponent William El- lowest incomes pay about $2 on the Board to rescind the

Barry J. Wallace, a voter Bain, a Memphis sheet worker as social work aides, and the bert (Fishtail) Thompson who for coupons worth $10 a per-. NAACP Fights EffortsTo desegregating coning.
education worker affitiatedwlth who lived in Grenada at the recent Increase in the minimum drew only 15,158 votes. Mr. Sheats said his first move

SCLC, is currently under tile. time of the violence; Duke Reynolds wage from 31.29 an hour Mrs Sallye B. Maids, alsoa son.Most of the povertystrickenfamilies Retain Jim CrowIn would be to seek an injunction

maximum sentence of 10 yearsin William Bryant Flana- to 31.40. former schoolteacher received however, are unable to keep the plan in operation
Jail and a fine of $20,000 gin Clyde Perry and Jerome Head Start classes win begin 19, (38 votes to defeat to pay for the food coupons.A Pasadena Schools and then bas his court fight
Imposed by a district court In Shaw, all of Grenada. at 8:00: a.m., June 19 in eight self proclaimed "statesrights" Senate subcommittee headed on the State Administrative
Savannah, Georgia. During government testi public schools and will end candidate Barney Cobb by Senator Joseph S. Clark BIYEKHEAD! N. Y. Be- Code whkj requires school

LDF attorneys charge that the mony, Negro students described August 11. A total of 1,000 who drew 16,895 votes after (D-Pa.) held a series of hearings casue Alponso] Anderson, first districts to exert every effortto
attacks by an angry children from did not want vice president of the Eastern! avoid and eliminate segregation
sentence is excessive since the< : Impoverished proclaiming he In Jackson Miss, in April
evidence in the case shows more mob of whites Sept. 12-13 when tamllles will be enrolled. any Negro votes. Oddly enough, MRS. MATHS ,and reported "substantial"- Long Island Rlverhead) Branch"of of children because of ,

of a misunderstanding than any] they tried to enter the schools. The eight schools, and the Cobb was among t the first white ....faces Republican dence of malnutrition and hun the NAACP, "attempted to race or color.
criminal Intent on the part of Ayers was identified by three number of children assigned teach .officer-seeker to solicit the claimed Bloc voting solely on assist the residents of a segregated Although therewnlnSmeasarel
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the defendant to evade the draft. Negro students. as the red- are: East Jacksonville, Negro vote in the early fifties the race of a candidate Is still Kenneth Dean, director of the Riverhead slum, he was adopted by a 4-1 vote of ..
haired man who pulled a 150 Grand Part 100 Brent- elected four has been dented reappointmentto the Board, two of its opponents
According to the LDF attorneys ; ; and was years ago a fact of political life in Jacksonville Mississippi Council on Human
Mr. Wallace answered pistol from beneath a trench- wood, 150; Arlington No. 46, by vlrture of the so-called Negro but cracks are appearing Relations, filed a report with the Suffolk County Human will take office on the Boardon
coat and treatened them. Defense 100 Thomas Jefferson 75 A. than 20 Relations Commission, Is the July I, and It anticipated
his call for Induction In May ; ; vote, after more In the blocs and in the subcommittee In which he
attorneys Murray William Lewis 175 Jacksonville charge leveled by Commlsion that they may attempt to reverse -
1968 but was sent back becauseof L. ; unsuccessful attempts. In
yesterday'selection
I some Instances described "a widesbpread problem
a wound on his arm, where and Hugh Cunningham Beach No. 144, 50; and Mount Mrs. Mathis, however, will there were. obvious of poverty that could at Chairman Edwyn Silberung.t the rezoning ruling
upon he resumed his civil right! challenged the credibility of Herman, 200. have to face a Republican opponent giving moment turn into
ray ,
the Negro students during gaps. Cited Bi Fritem! Order I
activities.His Ritter and Workman said about T.C. Forsyth In the There was no denying that acute hunger or a slow starvation
their final anil in.talned
next induction notice arrived argument ma 1,600 children already have been general election on June 20. Mrs.. Singleton received a if Federal programs are
a day after he was to their clients had not recruited by GJEO workers and What has left the would-be goodly number of votes to give not upgraded."

report to the Selective Service taken part in the attacks. volunteers for the Head Start political analysts in a quan her the largest total of any The Senate subcommittee, in
said the testimony
Cunningham
Board. & Program. They added that the thelesecond candidate in the second its report to the White House
of pries just
Mr. Wallace, because of his a Negro girl who 1,000 children to be enrolled primary.The said some Mississippi Negro

constant Alva rights travels! Identified defendants as men rill be selected on the basis 14 days after Negro, Charles same Journal proclalmer families "subsist on grits,rice t
who struck
"made attempts to have his paper her.was "a (i family need. Eligibility is Simmons was elected to the made the following pundit-Uke soybeans and whatever is
transferred loanotnei inauctiod figment of her Imagination"and lefermineOy the age of the City Civil Service Board in observation:: donated, with a serving.of
center nearer to Us current that a Negro boy who hUd, who must be entering the first primary. Negro votes for white candidates -' chicken or other meat about
suffered a broken leg during the first grade next SeptemberIn that is the fact
residence However by this time Coupled with are apparently no longer once a month."
he was declared delinquent to the flareup had not been able order to quality for the pro- that Jacksonville's Louis H. bought and sold as they The Office of Economic Opportunity

rested, and tried. "Identify." a single defendant cram and the OEO poverty Ritter, the incumbent Mayor reputedly have been In the turned down the sub .

In appealing to the Fifth Circuit line Index, a sliding schedule was defeated by a flrst-tlme- past. Workers in the campaigns committee's appeal for emergency -
US.
Court of Appeals the LDF Atty. HJI. Ray had ased on the number of per- runner, Hans Toaster, who was of both Negro candidates action to provide food x
attorneys argue that the presiding urged the Jurors to "lay aside tau In a household and the not a favorite among the Negro Inist that the Negro voteris for the families, declaring that
my feeling you may have and total annual Income derived by voters whom the analysts
Judge erred in refusing involve becoming more indepen- "It Is unlawful for the Depart-
to, postpone the trial sonsclentiously yourself that household. are quick to label "the Negro ,
by one in If believe dent and is not as susceptble ment of Agriculture to issue
week so that Mr. Wallace could beyond a Justice.reasonable you doubt that Local participation In the pro- bloc vote." to the 'Instructions of a food stamps without cost to C11'ID-'I'W'o' Negro Miami police officers were among the1"gronj

choose his own lawyer. He was these defendants are gulllty put cram this year amounts to a Although the "analysts" on ooUUcal ticket the recipients" >>> selected to receive the highest awards of the Fraternal

defended by a court-tA>o1nted till acquit them it will belike ollar value 368,029accordig the white dally newspaper got There are many however, It Is known, however, that Order of Police, Lodge 20. Left Officer James D. Dicker son
lawyer. .to the announcement This all twisted up trying to explain who have come to the simple the Mississippi delegation in who was given the Silver Medal of Merit for "bis coolness In
giving license to all
The Judge was further cited a ,I sum is represented mostly in the strange trend of conclusion that white voters Congress has refused to acknowledge a dangerous situation" when a gunman confronted time with
who will flaunt
the
by LDF attorneys for falling to arsons In the Lure" volunteer time, free use ofthe voting that elected two Negroes have decided the time has come that a hunger situation a loaded pistol last June at Flagler and tad Ave. .
Instruct the Jury that a guilty jaw eight school buildings and Journal staff writer to elect qualified Negroes to exists in the state, and Officer Arnold Smith, right was the recipient of the Bronze
verdict should be reached only One defendant Archie Larry donated medical and dental serIces. Monroe Campbell conceded. offices and at the same time some of the Congressmen have Medal of Service along with white officers Wesley Spe maD

if it was proven that ilr.Wallace Campbell, danced a Jig out Since Mrs. Singleton does not enable them to be represented forked actively to halt antipoverty and Michael P. Wood for "alertness,, attention to duty, good
bad willfully attempted to evade' side the courthouse to show Hiring of personnel to operate have a Republican opponent In in government.'It could be as funds for the poor. patrol techniques, teamwork and consistency Of effort."
the draft. his elation .over the decision) Head Start was begun recently the general election she will simple U that.




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PulilUtod; M!; the Florida Star PubKshtag COiI, fI&A7' THE ROLl OF THE NEGRO COLLEGE


MEMBER There are few positions in American hl ereduc. UcB more

important or sought liter tbaA\tI\II.t, an s 4conece
r There are few pos1UOIIS'lt' t Wat\ itanr aab that

NEGRO ONAL of Stan'member fl a small,. '1'cS..Nep ed1II the
South. H\V'1
Yet the Dean of Harvard College, Dr. John
:( U. Mayo, recently quit his Job to take the
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niii MiBifii Edify position of Director of Freshman Studies at ,
(Miles College In Blrminghan Ala. This step /I

KIIOA WOOTEtf ......Circilatioi Haoanr No rHF had the effect: of an atomic blast oa the educational -
Q Mf SO/TNfQN community. Many people, Just diatft understand
why anyone would leave a position
2323 Moocricf ,Rod Phil Elii 4-6712 STATE' laden with prestige and status to face the tasks of working
in a Negro college In the Deep South.
/ Address Dean Monro gave the answer. "I want to disassociate myself
Mailinf from any idea that this is a sacrifice," he said, "1 see

d it as Job of enormous reward" Be set an example other
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P.O. Bn 599 J Jicksoivilli, Florida 32201 4 educate should follow. The challenge of deeply influencing

-" ', the come of education in college whose student bodies come'
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MIAMI ;y DCI from backgrounds of poverty and segregation is tar more!
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sense of moral Justice than teaching our established and
5018 HW 7th. ATI. Phone ) th' prestigious Institutions.

: Miles College is an excelleut example of the Important work
being done by the Negro colleges In the South. For the past
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three summers, under Miles' brilliant and dedicated ire
One lear $8.00 Half Year, $4.00 'sident, Dr. Lucius Pitts, Dean Monro has taken part in the
ylled to You Anywhere In the United states ,! development of a new curriculum for freshman and a program ,

Subscription payable In advance of grooming high school students for college work'

Send Check or Money Order to: 4I\TI\ Miles Is the only college accessible to Negro students In the

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 999 Birmingham area. Most of them attend the segregated Ugh ,.
4 Jacksonville 1, Florida school which has a student body of 4,000. By focusing on
,these students, motivating them to continue their educationand
: providing remedial work to heal the scars of their Inferior -

Cost A Reason For FAMU's ExistenceWhen "" -- segregated public school training Mites is living
up to the highest responsibilities of American Colleges.'
the newspaper report stating that ;Few others with greater prestige and resources, are doing
merger plans had been designed to combine WHEN THE MASK WAS REMOVED! nearly as much.

Florida A&M University with Florida State About half the Negro college students in the country: 10,000attend

University loose.by 1975 It, led a kind the of leon pandemoniumbroke county r -- ........-- .. -- III .. ----.- -...-- -- Ii ,,;.. -.. f' -doing so predominately at great sacrifice Negro to colleges their families Many and of their them own are

Chapter of the FAMU Alumni Association to efforts to help others often keep them from continuing their
own education. One student said: "Pd like so much to go to

arrange the Florida a public Legislature meeting with subcommitteeon the membersof E 1E! ; YOUR Weekly I It first grad "school, but I've got to get my sister through college

appropriations Thrusday evening in This sacrifice and dedication to the goals of higher education

Perry Page auditorium.The Is one of the great unsung stories today. If Dean Mourn
speeches by Dr. Broward Culpepper of f did nothing else, be deserves the gratitude of all Americans
Regents, members of the sub-committee of Horoscope Guide for focusing national attention on the needs and dedication of

the Legislature, and forum arguments and 1 1 ,the students attending these schools.
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questions from the audience led to the They labor under great handicaps. Our big universities have
the conclusion that the dead 1 h millions of dollars endowment Income, but these schoos have
1 to scrape along on a shoestring While some support comes
line for FAMU' merger be postponed By PABLO The ASTROLOGER t; from the United Negro College Fund and other institutions
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Indefinitely until a thorough and 1. ,and Individuals there is a crying need for massive help to
scientific study is made of the situation.Of 1 1 enable them to do the Job which must be done.

the many. arguments for the maintainte- 1 I They are certainly being shortchanged not only by private
nance of FAMU, even though it is one of 1 :WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR :source, but also by government For exampleonly 2.7 pet.

two state institutions in the same city, .1 I cent of all state LId to higher education went to predominately
the economy ,of cost to students attendingFAMU I Negro colleges, and they got a shameful less than 1 percentof
is a strong argument for its exist- '.BUSINESS -' LOVE. TRAVEL. : all federal aid. Some non-monetary help is coming from
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ence. programs like the Urban League's Summer Fellowship pro-'
I gram. This program enlists business firms which provide
Across the nation, the average cost of
1 "" -- --- -..-... -- ._ I summer employment for faculty members, giving them the
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attending a state university, consideringall -- -- --' -- -- --- -- rrr -. ---. -".- ... experience with the techniques of modern Industry which they

expenses, is nearly $2,000 a year. AirES CANCER ;LIBRA can then Impart to their students.
For some private schools, the annual cost CAPRICORN The Negro colleges offef the only chance for most Negro high

layabout ,3000., and the bi$ ,named j institutions BORN MARCH21th'APRIL BORN'SEPT. school graduates In the South to continue their education.

considerablymorea?* i''\11''' .Rho. _" ". -..t.. \, ,BORN ,TUNE BURN DEC. ,And in addition to this task, many of the colleges art also .
.Until the effect of a century of "2I-OC,1. 23n enrolling poor white students from their areas. .
segregated schools is wiped away, FAMU m 22nd-JUlY 22 22ad-MH. iSlfc. This year Howard University marks its lOOth'anofvetsary
will be needed far longer than certain You mean it. The sooner the Compose differences. This Is and this month, thousands of Negro students graduate from
persons around you learn that Try the old way. The Can- by far the best quarter of the Perk up. You may feel like Howard and the more than ZOO,other predomlntely Negro )
lawmakers realize at the time
present ierians: who have tried and month to settle shouting out your Joy from the
you mean exactly what you say outstanding colleges Both events are reminders of the Important role
Crash remedial programs and haste the more rapidly will they earn failed should not consider the sues that have stood between rooftops during this quarter these schools play in American education They have educated -
to effect institutional mergers won't you r trust and support Discipline battle lost It may be that you you and the one who is your because of developments in many of America's most promlent artists, lawyers
eradicate the damage done educationallyto that is Just and motivated omitted to heed the advice of chosen companion.Your nature emotional and financial affairs. doctors and other, most of whom would not have been able
- the Negro citizens of Florida. by the best of Intentions someone older and wiser in poise and diplomatic way make They engender a feeling of com- to attain the heights of their professions without the training.
favor d methods that were you exceptionally well qualified plete safety and should enable they at these schools.YES .
When we ,hear that certain members are will also command the respectand got
but you to make certain plans for
newer Do not
admiration impractical. to make the overtures in sucha
several addi- of the
the creation of youngsters -
proposing fall to take prompt action should I the future that you never dreamed -
to insure
as their
tional state universities limitation of who are in your charge. way being < WE
Your mate or other responsible the possibility of gaining your accepted by the other side. were possible before. Those ALL TALK
the enrollment at FSU and UF, and the collaborator should be original objective come your Your sentimental nature Impels among you who have sacrificed

elimination and merger of the 80-old-year good in helping you to remember very' way once: again. It also never you to make the moat of such much in the past In order to QUESTION: ,As a member if a club if one
FAMU, we can't reconcile our lawmakers' dates or other matters hurts to plan more carefully and, days u the 18th. U there is insure security for dear ones wishes to ask information, what kind of

thinking and neither can they until they that are important. A change to refrain from building upyour: something to be arranged, you feeling and self of, elation may fall that prey has to a motion is made?
never
far too
of expectations higb.Some- can be depended to be the
home upon
address
until they look at the question your could met its equal. Some of who --Mrs. F.
merger be charged to the demandsof thing of a surprising nature may first one to start and tile last you C.
emotionally and objectively.The duties and should come to your attention giving one to leave. Many of you like may be suffering from an ailment ANSWER: The motion 'Request for In-
your you ,
proposal to merge FAMU with FSU is be prepared for eventuality that, you Joy or an opening to reveal to carry on an extensive correspondent or other, and there always formation" falls into the class of
more than an economic question and saving Could eene unexpectedly. your sentiments. with persons near is certain percentage to be motions known as incidental motions. The

the taxpayers money, it is a question 1 60 J3 -13 909 7.80'88 -19 555 and far .found, should consul with professionals -' motions in this class seek to get
best able to treaty
that affects the feelings of thousandsof 6-80-77-16-356 information, prevent parliamentary law

people. TAURUS UO 1 20 44 -IS 545 errors from being made, or to correct. a

How Can Highways Be Made Safer? BORN APRIL. BORN JULY AQUARIUS mistake The motion that has'Request been made.for Information"

How can the highways of the nation be BORN OCT. should be made as follows: 'Mr.
23r BORN IAN. Chairman
UGt 22n
< I request Information "
The
made safer? Certainly, those in Floridaare 20tkJW. 20th. chairman
Get down to facts. More constructive replies, 'State your request. "
One no class exception of cars to the rule.roads is the It's reassuring The load that forces are working 11tt8'.NOI. 22otf 2Oth. -FEB. 18ti This motion cannot interrupt a speaker
on our
small compact automobile and their seems to hart been taken off during this third quarter faci Roll up your sleeves. There Reason comes forth. This is nor can it be debated it is a situation
accident ,' poor TOUT shoulders should be making lusting the final seal of approval is Important work to be done, a much better quarter than the of the chair nan deciding to grant the
records could
result the
in you feel as U walking on on long-range plans and or an ambitious objective to preceding one for arriving at request or not. .
banning of small cars from 41,000 milesof ,air All's well that ends well, projects. Sign up for a trip, be won, by you alone or Jointly the conclusions that will insure READERS
the nation's super highways. and that about sums up the study course, or whatever else with associates. The prize is a excellent domestic and For
Highway experts have found out that small ,whole story for this stimulating may have been decided It best. worthy one and, depending on public relations.Marriages send my Parliamentary Law Motions Chart,
cars, high winds, and fast roads are 3rd quarter Those who When needing information,consult the nature of your particular are officially sanctioned on ,and 30 cents .to cover cost and handling
incompatible. And overdriving appears to are sentimentally inclined only the most authoritative professional pursuits it couldbe these dates should have lastIng postage to M, H. Boulware, Florida :

be the chief factor in the higher accident should not find it beneath your for sources that have a reputation a considerable sum of money qualities beyond those now A&M University, Box 310-A, Tallahassee,
rate for the compacts. dignity to show it without restraint. integrity and reliability. But take into account the posslblltly ,customarily expected. Another Florida32307.
Another day when the While t the earning of money of having to wait while
Whether it is a compact or larger car day when you may bring your
should net be too
heart could he taken by surprise much of a before you can get your hands economic interests another .
driving training will ,
promote increased J and subsequently problem for most Leos, the o on it. This maybe due to Mercury notch forward mr.
wad through an unexpected
highway safety. However, there should be rected to management of it could be
the altar, it one coming to a stop>> before
no let-up in eliminating unsafe driversand the 19th. Many unmarried persons of magnitude.' starting out on a 24 day retrograde -' 19th. Resist development the persuasive, is the THIS, WEEK( IN NEGRO HISTORY

vehicles from our freeways.In may then realist that a 5-30-66-17-853 Journey.Life Is a game tactics of friends who believe
1966, some 20,000,000 automobileswere home can be real home only of patience and the one who they know better how to man,
involved in.14,000,000 accidentsand when it is shared with a family possesses the greatest store age your finances than you do
took the lives of nearly 50,000 peopleIn of your own. 'n lGO flit generally reaches the tape ,yourself.
4-70- 12 -14. 897 first. June 4, 1M9 John Mercer Langston
lawyer Congressman
this country, as well as permanently BORN AU6.23rdSEPT. ((4'90( 55 -18 43Z' ,
from Virginia abolitionist minister to Haiti)
and
7.90 acting president
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disabling 200,000. These statisticsmust 18 -,134
GEMINI of Howard University, 1873-75, was graduated from
be reduced.
PISCES Oberlln
J2ilIf University

miEIOUS 'SCHOOL MUST KEEP' THEIR INDEPENDENCE BORN MAY s and general.the The years do add. SAGITTARIUS BORN FIB June J. 1758 Frances Williams, one of the first Negro
up, Vlrgoans who realize
BORN
MY.23riBEC. college graduates, startled academic world in the United

The Rabbinical Assembly meeting, in 2ltJUNE 21st 1 credit that are they becoming have many more to their andmore : 21st. 191h.MAI. _2011, States by publishing a poem in Latin.

Washington recently defeated a resolution 'fie at band This should be .
aware of the upward
necessity of Co The vibrations June 6 1831 First annual national
an convention of "The Peopleof
favoring federal aid to private and a very active period Insofar feeling secure. Those whose Incomes much more favorable Color" in
religious schools.,, Aftef two hours of as your social life and neighborhood from all sources are Something clicks: Experience this quarter opening during opened Philadelphia
up new
opportunities
debate, the 67th, Assembly: of delegates And' It events art doubtful concerned adequate may consider establishing -, may make have a final taught decision you never or commitment to to advance on the June ?, 1799 Alexander Pushkin, grandson of a noted African
that
'outright subsidies such as appears a new home that re-> obtain better
opposed Job remunerationor warrior who became Russia's foremost poet and writer
1 until hear distinct was
would want to miss you :
you any quirei less cash to
other lie s run than even in business born in
textbooks-. or sup p of them when this click inside that the momentis p for Moscow.
even requires is the cast in
large urban
centers. self. It
win
your be
whether Jewish Protestant or Roman essential
a bit of traveling! to Besides right. Those of you who are
the
need for! for you get ft wheels going June 8, 1950 Bishop A.P. Shaw established
Catholic. get there. Your should M gifted should be on the alert precedent by
presence greater and
Wh.ile the reason for opposition to be highly appreciated because more peace acute as quiet time becomes ,on the 1M1, 17th. These are and then to drive on ill your being the first Negro prelate to preside over Callfornia-
goes ,objection destination Arizona
or
conference of
governmental .a 1 d is doctrinal, the of the life that you Inject Into en. Those who are on the youthI I days when you should prevent :reached Whatever is accomplished lot, the Methodist Church.
resolution states a practical conviction. ,any: gatherings of note. Wits ful side are more any deterrent from interring
likely to be ) at this time may havea June 9 1911 The Carnegie corporation, which became the
and creative talents should with the evolutionary
be lured process
action'of state and federal by communities
the govern- where for
crbearlDC on tow the basis the philanthropic fund that built libraries
many Negro -
ments over the affairs of schools these of rasoretged under the impetus you can find room to further that development may now be that taking is as place.A nupig future tt likely to shape up, received its' charter to do business in the state of
major
days seems to make the Assembly's stand planetary configura your ambitions and fill your'I It Is sudden It may also mean marrlagt New York
could
tions. The Foil Moon is symbolic pocketbooki.' I u
practical. ::1 for a few among yoa who are,
of alliances that take place add to status and monetary .
:1I
Remember that he who plays the fiddler, In gay 11U' 0UIId1np. I reserves. eligible. June 10, 1945 Dr. Horace Mann Bond was elected by the
,
calls the tune. -70-99-18-777 6.iq 'l'l-'II-'IOt trustees as the first Negro president of Lincoln University
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Mf. Oiiifi AME la' Hf. lion AMEDeglnnlcg will sponsor Moncrtaf Needlework a Summer Club Tot NEGRO by PRESS LONNIE INTERNATIONALDEAR PRUITT i

Mrs. Sunday from 4 to t p.m., at I
EHaaith Nelson Sculls &..0 Community Center, 23ta! LONNIE My mother and father took my little brother i
of New Sunday at Zion
: Mt.
York City: formerly and Chase Streets. A program away yesterday. He Is Just eight years old. put he cute do (1
of Ala Church
this there via be
!
city, win u presented an will be presented with outstanding anything lor himself. He can't even tell when he has to J
111 innovation fa the
& recital Sunday at 7.JO worship ser- talent participating. to to the bathroom.They took him toput him ia a bome.1 think -
p..* in lit. Olive AHE Church vice. A new morning worship a r S a a'' we should have kept him here with as. He was very sweet and 1
At 8 i
Auditorium. time until 9
a..m. a.m. license affectionate. I don't think he was much trouble. He Just
Mrs Small Is a member of Tht regular U a.m., period h could't learn, that's all. Don't you think we should have kept
Salem Methodist dumb where of worship win continue.
,
The Del Rio Ladies will sponsor him ?
she terns u le&tin soloist. According to the minister Lonely
She Ji also a member d tIle Rev. CJJ. Tostoo and members Spiritual TeaSundayfrom ,
of the official the addition 4 to 6 p.m., In the home of
Budojpa Grunt Clara! family, '
Group Mrs. Dorothy Montgomery,1521 NO, I DON'T. I think your parents haled to see him go u
of of the 8 service
Now. : York sad a former.... has been scheduled a.m.for, the convenience Powhattan St. Mrs. Georgia much U you did. They evidently decided that It was best
of the members of Stokes will be the speaker. for him and for the family. Maybe you can go and see him

the church and more particularly A often. I
nsensns tt.alttt
for those persons of other ___________ + iiiiiF'
denominations who prefer an ha, I
earlier hour of worship.It Usher Board 3 of lit. Ararat k DEAR LONNIE: I collect football cards: and baseball cards.
was Indicated that there Baptist Church will sponsor a Pve got hundreds, My little sisters are always bothering them
are those in the Jacksonville Brlda Tea June 18 from 3 to and .throwing them around. Then when I look for them I
y J community: who because of the S p.m., in the educational build .i' can't find them. My mother says she will throw all the cards
longer day, are taking early ing. out If I hit my sisters again. Do you think that Is fair?

morning trips to nearby resorts ....... _r p Pestered
on the weekend and find
that the later worship of U WELL, I THINK It ought to make you stop hitting your
a.m., does not always allow Usher Board 2 of St. Stephen listers. And It may make you put your cards up out of the i I
time to attend church.It AME Church will sponsor a ,' way. Put them where your sisters can't get them, and you
was pointed out that the Summer Tea Sunday in the din j will solve the problem. :
_
of the church from
lag rood) t.ttut.tt
downtown location of Mt. Zion
voice student of Constance on the corner of Newman and 4 to 6 .m. A program will "w r r ,*

Zerkstelner and PeW Shaw. Beaver, Is centrally located be presented, 1s DEAR LONNIE: My mother cuts my hair and it looks awful.
While living in this city: the near some of the entrances and Annie's Chapter 17S, Order of The boys all kid me about the way my head looks. She
aftlst served U soloist of Choir exits of the city.: The sermon Eastern Star, will sponsora absolutely refuses to give me the money to go to a barber, I

Z of lit. Olive AME and with at,8 a.m., will be delivered by Spiritual Tea July 30 ....... a shop. Don't you think she's wrong?
Hall from 4 to 6 -- -" .
the Mt. Olive Trio. She was a the pastor. at Prince Scalped

member of Zeta Amlcae Club Each Sunday, the service will p.m. Mrs. Louise Nelson will Shown here Is Mr. John Crlpper (right seated left) president of the Royal Diplomats Inc., M
and was employed in the accounting last for one hour. At 9:30 a.m., be the speaker. presenting a check to Mr. Marcus Drewa, administrator for the new Methodist Hospital. YES, 1110. She ought to practice until she rap:cut your

department of the the Sunday School will begin the ....... The check In lathe amount ,of $150.00 was presented to Mr. Drewa at the last meeting of hair so it looks nice, Instead of sending you out looking
Afro-American Insurance Co. activities, followed by the regular the Royal Diplomats.The funny. There are lady barbers, you know, so your mother; I
Mrs. Mae Pope Spearing, organist 11 a.m. worship.The Royal Diplomats, Inc., is a social and civic organization dedicated to the Improvement could Improve. Tell her Just what change you would like :i j
at Ebenezer Methodist third quarterly conference Usher Board 2 of St. Matthew of the Jacksonville community and has recognized the urgent need for the opening of for her to make, and maybe she can learn to do It. I know J
Church, will accompany Mrs. will be held Monday at 7:30: Baptist Church will sponsor a the how you feel. i
new hospital facility.
Red Rose Tea Sunday from 4 to I
ttt.tttt.t
Smalls. p.m., with Presiding Elder T. Nelson will Seated left to right: John H. Gripper, president; Marcus Drewa, administrator Methodist j jIf f I'
Louise
The program Is being pre E. Shehee presiding. All boards 6 p.m. Mrs. Hospital; George Mc Ivory, Chapllan. Standing left to right: Alton Adams, Secretary; Delano you want to ask a question, send It to "Since You Asked ,
sented by the Young Women and clubs are asked to have be the speaker. build- Mackey, Treasurer; Roland Gibson, Public Relations Director; Ralph Washington, Business Me," Negro Press International, 5708 South State Street,, Chit I r:
Allen of Mt. Olive with Mrs. 6 p.m., in the educational
of written and financial reports.The cage, Dllnols 60621. '
will manager; Edward Monroe and Edward Lang. 'Ii I
Gertrude Peele and Mrs.Mattie date of the conference Is Ing. The participants } j t
Campbell serving u chairman changed due to women's convention include Mrs.Alberta Lawrence, '
and cochairman.Also in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Ernestine Cross and Mrs. Royal Arch st t
participating during this O.B. Price. : 'f

affair Betsch, win Mrs.be Delores: Mrs.Roberts Mary, Daughters Of Allen eeetee. Masons To MeetThe Fashions At A Glance .

Mrs. Hortense H. Ford, Mrs. Schedule MeetingThe A Spiritual Tea will be spon- 9th General Grand Conference BY MATTIE SMITH COLIN
Mercedee Chandler,Miss Josephine sored Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., of Holy Royal Arch NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Prince, Miss Paulette in the home of R. L. Rudolph Mason and the Affiliated York
Owens, and Miss Margarett Daughters of Allen of 2523 Stuart St. A program will Rite Bodies, Prince Hall Affiliation
Nixon. Grant Memorial AME Church be presented. will meet In Durham, Big Fashion News in coats:...exquisite Is a zippered mini replace* alcohol.
have scheduled their meeting North Carolina, June 24-28, ...in son black glove leather by Boyd Clopton for Scully... Day cream with vitamin Is used beneath makeupn.tnea the
BRING YOUR NOTICESTo for June 14 at 7:30 p.m., in ...... 1967. The Convention will meetat William Pearson's elegant after-five corduroy gold in color, moisturizer, porcelain cover base (mauve tone cream covert +I'1:

TheFLORIDA the of Mrs. Celestine Jacobs, the Jack Tar Hotel. Registration lavished with rows of bugle beads..l lderneath a little crepe lines, marks, pores and scars).
STAR 1429 Hart StMembers The women of Mt. Tabor lap will begin Saturday June dress... For lubricating and casting shadows away from the eys, 1ft ,
2323 Moncrlef Road have been reminded tist Church will sponsor a Seasonal 24, at 9:00: a.m. The Grand Shov-stoppers: Cheetah-spotted kid trench (with matching "Cover-Away". Oover ALL goes liquid powder, liquid blusher
Or Mall To: of the birthday gifts for Tea June 18 from 3 to Parade will be Sunday at 5:30 spots), accessorized with domed hat over a red woolen shirtdress and lastly-crushed pearl I ,
P.O. Box 599 followed by the Public "Eye Sheen" is brushed Just below the brow-platinum or
Mrs. Ruth Taylor and Mrs. 5:30 p.m., at the church. p.m., --4Ielen Rose... I
Jacksonville Fla., 82201It Mozelle Meacham. All mem Representing the four seasons Service which will be held at Luscious white mink (Nehru-styled) over pink matelasse bronze. Brush on Is applied to the brows with t hard stiff

I Covers Hair ben have been asked to attend. will be: Mrs. Jessie Cave,Mrs. North Carolina College with harem pants, cuffed In white mlnk..by Richard Tam. brush to form a browllne All is kept in place with fixative I
Gray According to Mrs. K.McKenzie Eugenia Brown, Mrs. Maude the Dr. P.R. Cousin, Minister put on the brows..jreputed by Adrian u "remaining on, white r
president new projects will be Hayes and Mrs. Josephine, of the Greater St. Joseph AME nse walking In the raln..or swimming!
lrm.,?. Brandt's Liquid discussed. Crews. Miss I.M. Fleming is Church of Durham, as the guest For the sensltlve..Jlve new fashion nail lacquer shades-

chairman !land Mrs' Bernice speaker.The New prexy of Lilly Dache Cosmetics advocate's\>eauty'ai( all sun ballet pink flair, 'good nf pink, gold lustre and apricot I
EAU DENNA ""t "" .,. Holiday, co-chairman. banquet w ll:be ,held at times-excludes day or evening looks Ifs natural and pretty fluff-hue harmonized, with- MarceUe Lipsticks.. I <- "t i ui 4"/
the Civic Center near the Hotelon at any hour I ,.i l.t. M *** .", *, )t"
WEDDING '........ Monday evening at 7:00: p.m. Adrlen Arpel restricts cosmetics to privacy of the salon. f I,

HAIR COLORER with Dr. John W. Davis, Past The beauty plan teaches fair sex to apply make-up In 10 Exciting maternity fashions now de-emphaslxe the front,.
TELLS The 20th Century Social Club President, West Virginia State minutes (with fingertips). Exception: brushes used for, eyes... through the use of an attractive wide obi-sash, putting fashion
Will cover gray hair in 10 will sponsor a Father's Day College and Special Director and no black, but brown-black. interest In the back. At Stork Bound, a heavy-ribbed brown

to 20 minutes. No pack. No Christopher Sabb,Jr.,314 Bel- Tea June 18 at 4:30: p.m., in Teacher Information and Special Arpel begins with a liquid soap replacement foams, cleans turquoise striped ottoman, has a high squared off neck and a
mess. Anyone can put it on at fort St., 21 and Bernice Tookes the home of Mrs.Ruby Ragland, Service Project, NAACP and comes off like soap. Patting on lemon and lime fresher simple "A" shape front.
home. 244 Magnolia St., 22. 2045 Thomas Court.Evergreen Legal Defense and Educational
Foundation Serlce, as the guest
....... speaker.
WILL NOT TURN HAIR Tommie James Milner, 1502
This conference is
REDDISH W. 8th St. 21 and Jean general
Betty
Williams, 1616 Rowe Ave., 18. Court 103 will sponsor composed of Royal Arch Masons This Week At All 3 Stores r Ry
and and : .T
It will not rub off, It stays on it s annual tea June 18 Knights Templars b.t .
several months. Shampooing Milton Lee Wilson, 702 W. at 4 p.m., in Joe H. James their auxiliaries (Herlones of j

sea bathing,' .sun, permanent. Duval St., 22 and Alzada Dixon Center. Jericho and International Order
Cyrenes) from all of the
parts
508 Lee
St 26.
waving, curling straightening ,
eeeeens United States and Canada and
Iron-nothing takes 1( off. You I.
the Convention Officials
are
can cover any gray hair no Bennie Hicks, 1032 W. UnionSt.
matter how stubborn or how ., 34 and Edna Cash, 1032 W. Usher Board 1 of Mt. Ararat expecting more than six hundred
caused: BLACK STAYS BLACK. Union St., 42. Baptist Church will sponsor a officers, delegates and
Fashion Tea Sunday from 4 to other Masonic officials to be i
WONDERFUL FOR 6 p.m., at the church parsonage. on hand for the meeting.
TOUCHING CF Edw. Cushion, 1758 W. 13th 1428 Helena St. As an added attraction a
St., Apt. 3, 28 and Ida Mae The models are:.Mrs. Rutha new automobile will be given ,
Simmons 1061 Logan St, 26. Mae Deal, Mrs. Martha Brln- away to the person with the
DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH
Permanent Waving Albert Ulysses Harris 1532 son, Mrs. Bettye Solomon Mrs. lucky ticket. 11 x14"OIL
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Ruth Valdez, Mrs.Helen The Most Excellent Chapter
CAUTION: Use as directed on W. 23rd St., 21 and Janet Rey- McRoy
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Mrs. Margaret Williams Miss Holy Royal Arch Masons,
label Colors: Black, Dark nolds, 4616 Moncrief Rd., Apt State
Mary Wilkers of North Carolina is the
Jacque Barrl
Price Brown, per Medium box Brown.$2.50 plusFederal 8, ZOo and Allye Clark Mrs. Hattie Official host and the arrangements t r COLOREDPORTRAIT a C
Deveaux will are under the super-
serve
as narrator.
Henry Atkins, II, 1003 W. 15th vision of Mr. E.C. Turner,
TaxDIXIE St., 19 and Raymell Carter, Grand High Priest, and a resident
1423 Royal Ct., 19. There will be Spiritual. Tea of Durham. According

at the home ai'Mrs. Rosa L. to Mr. Turner, everything is
PHARMACY Willie Frank Robinson, 4157 Bell, 5346 Dodge Road, from In readiness for a grand set Bust Vignette
Burroughs Lane 24 and Elizabeth 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 11. ting and all roads will lead _
'Bacon, 1991 W. 20th St., The speaker for the occasion to Durham, Jack Tar Hotel!, Finished In genuine oil tints
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22.
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R-CC Will Host Anna w Session Heroines Of JerichoIn E.W.C. Chorus Feature In, Program Baptist Traiiiif Uilon NIBS I


Observance.J. I IThe
Of Florida Methodist Conference Sun I'- School Traialsg Moot

C. Phillips Court 104, District Sunday School Sunday School Convention ot

Bishop Edgar A. Love, resident bishop of the Atlantic Coast Heroines of Jericho, will observe r and Baptist Training Union Convention Florida.
Area (CJ) announced that Bethune-Cookman will host the Its eighth anniversary *, aorUJtry to the East Rev. W.M. Hill, moderator,
96th Annual Session of the Florida Conference of the Methodist June"sit In"18 at 10.49: sm., In a I Florida and tathany Baptist will present the presidents,
Church June 7-11, 1967. During the Conference, Pastoral service at Emanuel Association: will convene in W.G. Patterson and Alexander
Baptist Church. Friendly Baptist Church In Its Heard the morning of June 22.
appointments la the State of Florida will be announced.Of .
Honored guests will be members $ 64th annual session June 21- Mr. Patterson Is leader of the
special Interest this session ChapeL when Bishop Love will of Zerrubabel Chapter 1, r 25. Rev B. H. Hartley, host Sunday School Department and
will be a vote taken by bring the sermon. Holy Royal Arch Masons. 6 t pastor. Mr. Heard, leader of the Training .
the Conference on a Resolution Reverend Sulvester Gillespie.! Special guest will be District k i iot The theme la, "Teaching and Union Division.
to the Southeastern Jurisdiction minister of Stewart Memorial Deputy Henry Simmons, Master Training la the Church" and Speakers on the theme will
this eliminating the Mason; John A. Smith deputy the motto Is all out for Christian be t Reverends Led Green
racially structured Jurlsdlctional high priest, Royal Arch; Education. A program. fea- Theodore Lee, W.C. Mitchell,
system within theMetho- Mrs. A.M. Trader, deputy :,taring 22 ministers and lay- Thomas J.Daniels,David Johnson
dist Church. The Conferencewill Heroines of Jericho, and Mrs. h men, will be presented during V. L. Thompson EJR.
bear and discuss the document Janle F. Cannon, past International the five day meeting.The Simpson L.M.Jones,C.Donell
of "inclustveMethodism" grand most ancient ma purposes and objectives HA Williams,, R.C. Robinson,
drawn up by the Commission tron. International Heroines of ,w, e f 4.wt will be emphasized on the Sunday Rudolph McKlsslck, A. J.
Interjurisdictional Relations Jericho. School and its Bible teach- Hughes and J.C. Sams.
at its Chicago meeting January St. Stephen AME ing ministry and the training Choirs from the various
1, 1967, setting forth the first tasks, Including the four vital churches will render service

major step for the Inclusive Anniversary 'Set _.__.___.nn._._ _. .n. content areas, orientation of and the youth will present
church In Florida. 'new members to worship, witness several skits on the programs
Hundreds of laymen from The btn anniversary of St. IN RECITAL The Edward Waters College Chorus will be featured on the educational learn and minister to the
across the Conference beaded Stephen AME Church will be day program Sunday at 6 pja., In Philadelphia Baptist Church. community, it was announced.The .
by Richard V. Moore, Presi- r observed Aug. 13, according The group It under direction at H. Alvin Greene. Others appearing will be: Choir 2, New host church: will presenta St." Mattfhew Baptist
dent of Betbune-Cookman College to Rev J.S. Johnson pastor. Hope Baptist, Fernandtna Beach; Mrs. Mildred HOI, William D. Cannon, Mrs. Annie Ruth welcome program June 21 at
will be represented at the Methodist Church, and cohostto The mortgage committee waS Brown, Mrs. Mary Alice: Simmons, and the Lyrical Longs, featuring Mrs. Prlscilla Lang 8 p.m. The response will be
session and will vote on all the session, has announcedthat also organized. Scruggs, Mrs. Ruby Lang Johnson, and Mrs Mercedes Lang Slmms. given by G.W. Scott, president District Plans Event
his combined choirs will
tones Importance to the Concnrence. -
of the Progressive BaptistState District 2 of St. Matthew Baptist
Including the election furnish music during the session
of delegates to the August, 1967 and that the Communion Church will observe-Ita
session d the Central Jurlsdlctlaul Stewards from the church will / -' Tri-State Program anniversary June 19 at 8 p.m.,
Conference at Nashville serve at the Service of Holy / CHURCH NOTES \\- Planned In the church auditorium.Rev. '

Tenn., and the 1968 General Communion on Thursday, June Jane 12th Jo Calhoun will be the
Conference of the Methodist 8, at 9:00: s.m District I cI St. Matthew Bspfist speaker, and Choir 3-B of Zion
will render the
Qurch. The Conferencewill TABERNACLE BAPTIST charge. The Youth Usher Board Z will serve throughout the Church 28th and Moncrlef Hope music.
; The devotion will be
beer and approve reports Mt.' Sinai Baptist Annual Youth Day observance will be held Sunday In taber- day, also the choir will present a Trl-State pro- by Deacon Anderson Rash conducted:
from three DlstrlctSuperlnten- nacle Baptist Church, commencing with the Sunday Schoolat gram June 12 at 8 p.m., in the
dents and 67 pastors, as well District Slates Event 9:30 a.m. ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST educational building. Ml. Ararat
u witness the annual program Mrs. H.M. Lawrence Is supervisor; Miss Geneva Jackson Services Sunday in St. Matthew Baptist Church, 28th and Three students of Douglas Anderson District
of the Ministers' Wives and chairman and Miss Melody Pittman, co-chairman. Moncrlef begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with High School under leadership -
Daughters Alliance In the Interest District 1 of Mt. Sinai Baptist The speaker at 11 a.m., will be Rev. Alvin Jones At 3:30 Emma Watkins In charge. The lesson,"Peter and the Gentiles" of C. Linwood Lee, English Celebrate' Event

of the retired preachers Church will sponsor Columbus and p.m., a Pretty Hat Tea will be sponsored by the young people. will be reviewed by Rev George Price, pastor. Morning ser- instructor, will partici District 1 of Mt. Ararat Baptist -
of the Conference.The Smith, professional pianist 18 at Revival meeting will begin Monday, with Rev A, Avery vice begins at 11 a.m. Usher Board 2 and the senior choir pate. Church will celebrate its
in concert June
public Is cordially Invited organist, audi- preaching each night. The service will begin at 7:30: o'clock. will serve with Mrs. Victoria Terrell at the Instrucment. The They are: Miss Lynette Paulin 44th anniversary June 18 at
3 in the church
to the Mass Meeting p.m., will be delivered the
sponsored torium.Mr. sermon by pastor. who will give the history of 3 p.m., in the church audi
by the Board of Lay MT. OLIVE PRIMITVE Florida; Miss Occlude Jones, torium.
Activities on Saturday evening, Smith serves as organistat Youth Day will be observed Sunday in Mt. Olive Primitive FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE history of Georgia and Miss Rev. G.L. Boyd pastor at
Church Rev.
Baptist ,
and to the Sunday Morning Service Trinity Baptist Church. William Barker will be the speaker at 11 am. Friendship Primitive Baptist Church services Sunday will Connie McCray who will give Summervllle Baptist Church
when In t. ,
of Worship In the Gertrude the n.j) crosby At, pastor present, he resides Rlcardo Job will have charge at 9 p.m. TJe participants begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 am., with Superintendent the history of South Carolina ,will be the speaker. Other.
Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial city.in Miami.Fellowship are: Daniel Wright, Patricia Ann Holloway, Linda John, L. Smith in charge. Morning service begins at 11:30 a.m., Other participants will also participants will appear on pro-
Day will also be Dorothy Dupree, Felicia Jones, Brenday Byrd Patricia Ann with Deacons J.R. McPherson and Winston Ware in charge of appear on program. gram.
Foster, Willie Stokes, Rudlne Johnson Lotte Mae Green the devotion. Rev. H. Robinson will deliver the sermon. At
11
Paul served Following the a.m.,
St. BaptistAnniversary and Earnesttne Dupree. Odell John will be the speaker.The 4 p.m., the deacons will celebrate their anniverary with DistrictL
service The public dinners has will been be Invited served.to Junior choir will sing with James Kinchen at the Instrument Tuesday at 7 p.m., prayer meeting will be held. Choir 1 XouJDon't! Have To Go To Town to Get
SetSt. attend. and Usher Board 2 will serve. will rehearse Wednesday at 7 p.m., and Friday, barbecue will :
besoldat312GoodwonSt. PRICESDRUG
Paul Baptist Church will LOW
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
observe It 94th Talent Set
s anniversary Program The women of Bethlehem Baptist Church will observe their FIRST SAMUEL BAPTIST
and the second of Rev. E.E.
annual day June 29 with Mrs. Annie Reese as chairmanand Services Sunday in First Samuel Baptist Church will begin STORE NEEDS
Taylor,pastor, June 11-16. At House Of GodMrs. Mrs Annie M. Grant cochairman.Other : with the Sunday School at 9:30 ajn., with Deacon H. Peterson
The officers are: Sammy officers are: Mrs. Eula Nelson, secretary; Mrs. in charge. The lesson, "Salvation for All Men" will be Trade with Tour Neighborhood Drug Store
Byrts general chairman Mrs. Cassle L. Young blood Viola Norman, treasurer; Mrs Ida Buggs, Mrs. Pearl Shar, reviewed by Rev. S.M. Gatson, pastor. Morning service at WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
L.V. Crnmady, Mrs.Annie P.R.Love Dan., and Rheuben B. Smith of the Mrs. Lettle King, finance committee; Mrs. Helen Wright, 11 a.m. with Deacons H. Peterson and L. Hansell in charge Papers. We deliver. We also flU all Doctors Prescriptions.
co-chairmen; Mrs. House of God, 1725 W. 28th, Mrs Georgia Floyd, program; Mrs. Margaret Edwards, of the\ devotion. Choirs 2,3 and Usher Board will serve.
leis, co-chairman Mrs. will sponsor a talent program choir chairman; Mrs. Mary Glover, usher chairman; Mrs. At 3 p.m., a musical tea will be sponsored by District L
Francis Thnrston, secretary; the church June 11. Tiney Rivers, youth chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth McGoogan, The evening service begins at 6 p.m Dixie

Mrs.chairman Mary; Mrs.Mercer Annie,Collins flower, Guest speaker will be Rev. co-chairman: and Mrs. Vivian Wilson reporter. Grant MemorialTrio Pharmacy
H.L. Herod of Zion Elder
co-chairman ; Mrs., Mamie ,.pastor Mt. WALTERS MEMORIAL Presiding
Baptist ChurtW souths Ide. He
Ross, banquet chairman; Mrs.A I Services Walters Memorial j To
will be accompanied his choir I ( Sunday' In AME Zion Church
L.V.Daniels, co-chairman finance ;chairman Mrs. and congregation. Other choirs j will begin with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., with Eddie Will 'ConductBusiness 1302 KI'BIS Roil At Myrtle-'
Crumady -
Parson, cochairman and gospel groups will partici Brown Jr., presiding. Rev. H.C. Archie, pastor, will review Reader Recital
; Dorsey the lesson, "Salvation for All Men."
pate. Session The Greater Grant Memorial
Foster Mrs
Mrs.,
; Mary Morning service begins at 11 a.m., with the pastor In charge. Club will
the
Elisabeth sponsor Grant Pious Elcii 5-5597-98$
Hartley, program
At 3 p.m., the stewardesses will meet with Mrs. Lawrence Memorial
Trio In recital
chairmen. presiding. The evening service begins at 7 Choir 1 and Rev. A.R. Richardson, presiding a June
Youth p.m.
Day ProgramAt 11 at 7.4S In
Mrs. Lee Artis Silas will : p.m., the church
elder of the West Jacksonville
Usher Board 1 will render service with Mrs. Annie Mae PAY
auditorium. YOUR LIGHT WATER AND
have charge of the blackboard;; Davis at the IntrumentQUEEN District, AME Church ,
Mrs. L.A. George, ads and Friendly BaptistYouth will conduct the business session The trio will be heard includes -

sponsors chairman; welcome, of quarterly conference semi-classics: spiritualand TELEPHONE( BILLS AT OUR STORE'NOW
Mrs. Francis Thurston, Mrs Day observance has been ESTHER CHURCH Friday at 8 p.m., in Allen popular selections.
Linda Mitchell, Miss Brenda scheduled June 11 In Friendly Services Sunday in Queen Esther Church of God in Unity Chapel AME Church.
Collins, Miss Eugenia Crumady Baptist Church. At 3 p.m., the will begin with the Sunday School at 10 am., with Deacon Rev J.W. Jones, pastor, has
Miss G. Byrts and Miss committee has planned a fash- Roscoe Vanadore in charge Morning service begins at 12 asked all boards and auxiliaries !
Johnnie )I. Blllups. Ministers ion revue with Miss Gloria a.m. Artie Buckner, pastor, will deliver the message. The to make written and financial ,,
and congregations will conduct Brown as chairman and Miss Holy Communion service will be held at 3 p.m., and the reports. The presiding elderIs 4 LOCATIONSTO
the services each night. Jeanne Brown, co-chairman. Young People's Union at 9.30 p.m., Mrs Sadie Vanadore In also scheduled to deliver SERVE YOU
r
the sermons Sunday at U a.m.,
3118
and 7 p.m. Edgewood 't-

All choirs,stewards,trustees, Ave. West y
ushers, stewardesses missionaries 3701 EMERSON
I BECOME A BOLDENS' GRADUATESUMMER and class leaders will
serve throughout the day. 830 CASSAT AVE.

Services begin with the Sun-' 1824 WEST BEAVER
day School at 9.4S a.m., with
CLASSES. NOW Amanda Gay In
STARTING Superintendent
charge. At 4 p.m.,trustee meetIng LOOK WHAT 89c WILL BUY


I -r I : Washington Adrian will King be presiding.,held will with sponsor Fred a FLA.FRYER BUDGET PARTS 3 LBS

: bus trip to Magnolia Lake June
17 In interest of Men's Day, LEGS Cr BREASTS
which has been scheduled for

July 9. MEATY PORK


it olds Kiddie Commencemeni College SHORTRIBS .5 LBS c


The second annual commencement
-
program for Jones
Kiddie Kollege will be held
Saturday at 3 p.m., at the FLA. BUDGET
Myrtle Avenue Branch Li
,rye brary. Mrs Shirley J. ToneyIs FRYERGIZZARDS 4 LOS
the supervisor. '

Register Ties, Tbir, Fri. 8 To 1 10 P.M. The certificates will be awarded WINGS
by Mrs. Joann Kelly, and or
remarks and presentation of
COURSES former graduates will be made DUBUQUE
by Mrs. Toney.
The graduates are: Zack Bel- SHORT LINK 2 LOS
ton, Jr., Bonlta Brazil Michael
Brown, Renee Brown, Rosario SAUSAGEU.S.

*: HOSPITAL AIDE CLASS' 'BAND ORCHESTRA.. INSTRUMENTS, Burgess Brenda ,Fowler Quinton, Randolph Edwards Gar-,

lington, Angela Green Cassandra -
u.au. Carol Hayes, Torrl
Hill, Robert Howard, Yuanda
Jones, Ben Jordan, Valarle :
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FINEflMANAMEiCLASS KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS' COURSE Kelly, Charles King, Kimberly
McGbee, Cynthia Morris, Jac- .
quelyn Paige, Wylle Robinson,
Jerome Tlpplns and ftephanls

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CASHIER SALES CLERK CLASS GUITAR, VOICE. THEORY

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officers and members of albblue 'C 39'JATCJ

1816. W.. 20th. Street Johif Day lodges celebration to attend,June the 29 St. SHORTENINGSAVE 75' SUGAR s S2
'.11 ;WITH $5.00fOOD
at 2.30 p.m., la Tabernacle: ORDER
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WITH LEE IVORY : To Aid YarioBS Cosuwunities

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

LU Lands .U a funny girl. .Charles WASHINGTON E. Bennett-UJS.of Florida Rep. ,Inc the present war situationand
OM mints she send chins racing and down spin t announced our national deficit of$320
up Jour F a 'kd today that a Federal billion
with her hit meant dollars But I feel that
amazing ability to accurately high octet 1 Assistance Program Library
only for the ears of German shepherds.The ii would be established Jackson information) on federal programs -
next minute she makes you feel like crying with her rule for the use of city ''to Interested should be made available
citizens and taxpayers
amazing ability to project pure, unadulterated soul. and county officials, Interested and
Not bigger than a 15-minute coffe break, Us has won citizens and local groups who that since the programs
legitimate awards In of America where only pedigreedcats want to know more about federal will be no more expensive
bold forth. She ion the Itaballa Jackson award some aid programs availableto if our area shares them,'
years ago at Carnegie Hall In New York and hasn't looked communities. there Is no reason not to consider
tack since- uslcaUy, that .1s. / "Over $15 billion annually In sharing" locally such

Career-wise, though It has been another story altogether : taxes from the people are going programs Bennett said there bad
"Maybe it has been my voice," she said, and you could Into domestic spending programs interest been a
feel the hurt in her declaration. "We've always bad trouble at the state and local about great what in know more
trying to record It." levels federal funds are
Bennett said "In the available to ;
A Qret etthLizznaLands Third Congressional District He said the Jacksonville our community Area.
1 In Detroit when we both were affiliated of Florida, comprised of Duval Chamber
with l4 town Records. She sang; I wrote. ''County, there Is a great demand of Commerce had already
Uoton engineers hand not a little trouble trying to contain AMy' |for more knowledge of these established a Federal'Assistance
her vocal range on one track of a four-track master ,tax dollars and how they are Programs Study
tape when they recorded her singing "We Shall Overcome"for j 'being spent through hundreds Committee Franklin Bunch, whoa chairman Ix
the Great March on Washington album back In 1963. of authorized programs and was enthusiastic
And It was the same thing when they cut "Midnight Johnny"that t I "I am plesed to announce that this about cooperating in
same year. .the Jacksonville Area Chamber
i Her fife-octave voice would bleed onto the remaining tracks !;of Commerce has agreed to
causing all sorts of distortion I d1T ;'be a recipient for information
Comic-emcee Tommy Brown, her manager-husband, found ;;on these federal assistance pro'grams. project.y
t the perfect medium for her when Us and I played together .
at*the now defunct Retort Club In the Motor City. President Ash Verlander has ;
-She sang; I played bus violin. agreed to establish a Federal ,
The result was fantastic. Not my playing mind you, but the Assistance Programs Library
complete freedom afforded Us by the solo bass as a foundation 'at the Chamber's headquartersat
as it were for her own lyrical and profound Interpretations 604 Hogan Street."I .
of the tunes that we played. have already gathered ma- YOUR
For several months, the Retort broadcast live performancesby 4LI .terial and forwarded It to the
Us Lands and the club Itself would always be Jam-packed. T ;Chamber on some authorized
"I think that fcrlod In my career was the most rewardingto ) and appropriated programs and
me musically' she said a few days ago. "I did Just what n N projects now pending in Congress ARMYIN
1 wanted to do and there limitation. I didn't have toworl'J --i
was no b which local officials and
n twough president and ambassador to Liberia, who
MARSHALING OF liARSHALS-Jn preparation for $69m Veterans'
about distortion I didn't have to about musicians
; worry citizens may want to consider
holding the grand marshal plaque awarded Dr. Ralph Bunche
Assolcatlon Memorial Parade New ;
'getting In the way/ and I could fully concentrate on my Day recently applying for to the federal
Gen. Wllmer F. Lucas (U.S.A. ret) 1964 marshal
singing." York City, A. Philip Randolph (second from right), president grand ; More
government material will
William K. DeFossett president of the 369th Veteran's Association
of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and member of the ,
Currently working the Peppermint Lounge in Chicago and be sent RESERVE,
on a continuing basis
Inc Charles T. Williams, vice president of Schenley:
AFL-CIO executive council Is installed this grand ;
as year's
the proud possessor of a record ("Don't Shut Me Out") that "1be creation of some of the
Distillers Co. Mr. Randolph Whitney Young Jr. executive
:looks like a hit Us now feels that her biggest problem .Is marshal. At same cermony at world headquarters of Schenley ; available programs has been
director of the National Urban League and last
Industries, Inc distinguished service award plaques were year's grand f
over. marshal opposed by me because of the' ARMY RESERVE
"The people at One-Der-Ful Records have done a magnificent presented to the Association's distinguished grand marshal great cost involved consider

Job of capturing my voice, I think, and if 1 can only get array. Left to right; Judge Edward Dudley, former Man- __ ______ ___ __t
the right material for future recording sessions, my career
may yet surprise me." World News Digest NAACP Presents Check To Slain WHEN YOU ARE ILL
There are two people I know who won't be surprised the

least. Civil Rights Leaders' Wife Childrennew
One of 'em is Tommy Brown. OTOIFFERNET villagers ether around the com 'You -Seek' The Best Doctor, ,
The other one Is me. PRETRORIA-)- With a munity television set, for an yorE-. the-MAACP funds for the stricken mother When Your Doctor Prescribes ; k
Se you, Among the Stars. marked show of Indlfferene to evening of televiewing tare. has fcaUted to the wife and and her calldren.: 'Get Experienced Pbarmac: sta.
what the rest of the world This village one of about 250 five children of slain civil rights Besides their day-to-day civil According To Your Doctor's .
thinks about Its apartheid(strict out of 500,000 in India, is located leader Wharlest Jackson checks. rights action-4n underglrdlng Orders We Use.OiJy: The Best' .
separation of the races) policy, within range of the sole In excess of $2,000, represent the civil right movement with Quality Drugs.
o 0 A RICH MATRON customarily South Africa has launched its transmitter In the country- t ing funds raised by NAACP needed resources In tunes of
shunned buses and taxis and did second five year plan for the the New Delhi, only 12 miles branhes in a nationwide drive ,tragic emergency-4t should be e: E. BLACK
Proprietor'
tell your neigh. or her errands on foot. Then, sud development of the Bantu(black) distant. for the family.Mr. recalled that NAACP branches ,
denly, she began calling taxis areas with a price tag on It of Jackson, treasurer of the gave over 4C,000: in 1955 to 4 Registered Pharmacists To" Serve You 1 1A II
shortest distances. 1686 million, double that of the NEW ALLIANCE Natchez, Miss, NAACP support the Montgomery, Ala.,
for the
even first five year plan. Object Is' MANILA-.(NPI>-Another alliance Branch' was brutally murdered bus boycott, later rallying to ................ COMPLETE LINE OF-' ...............
I I II One day a neighbor saw her to "enable the Bantu, as far of nations In South East 'last Feb. 27 by a bomb the aid of Fay ette County,Tenn, .
stepping into a cab and called, 'as is humanly possible, to think Asia is slated to come into planted In his pickup truck. Negroes caught in a economic Cosmetics.Rubber. Gpods Candles -.Sundries,
I "Why, Mr.. Jackson, are you and for for himself;' 'being shortly, involving the The NAACP,which has launched squeeze by whit landlords for .
taking a taxi again" Philippines Indonesia, Thai a nationwide campaign to exercising their constitutional PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND'DELIVERED. ...:.
gain support for enactment of right to vote.
BLOCK BLOCKED land, Malaysia and Singapore.
i'
1 00 "Yes, she replied" firmly.:*: SAN JUAN--4. Second The organization,' an economicculturalrtechnlcal civil rights legislation which The 1,800 NAACP branches In Lilly's Drug Store
heirs walk. Catholic ,,
1 "Let my I attempt by [he Statehood Re. Association: ,, would\ provide stiff punishment the SO< states totals 450,000 "
1' *
publican party, aligned with the will be in addition to the pre 'tor such murders, also sponsored members. ..i9.01.KIN6S' )) ROAD 11.3-8276 *r I'I'ER I
:
Southeast1Asia national drive to raise
J .Mainland GOP, to block the sent Association of a
r proposed plebiscite on July 23 -Malaysia, Philippines> -
Here's A Great Lineup Of I on Puerto Rico's future, was and Thlland; and Maphillndo
thwarted in federal court last Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia.
SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTEDGEWOODLOUNGE week. The party, which already .
'is. boycotting the vote,Is against \I
II possible independence for Roy WilkINs /
Puerto Rico, preferring that
the commonwealth be linkedto '
W Voted Member MAR
the U.S. as a 51st state. KETS

UNDERSEA DEFENSEJOHANNESBURGNPI .Of Yale UnionNEW U

)-- HAVEN, Conn.- JohnM. .
: ,
South Africa has ambitious Townsend, president of the THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY] AT EQKWOOD AYE. .
plans for the defense of all Yale University Political Union, :
the territory it holds. Recently has announced the selection of 1
the government ordered from civil rights leader Roy Wilkins
France the first three of a six to honorary life membership
submarine fleet which it proposes "Each year the elective FLA. GRADE AFRYERS
M 0 a d IY) LADIESMTE Free Champagne1 to use to protect the board of the Yale Political Union 1
southern sea route,and possibly votes to offer honorary life
defy the UN on the Issue of membership to those guests of 29
T.sdIY- JOHN STANBERRY (Rec Artist) the League of Nations mandate.I the previous term whom it feels''' ;

Live Broadcast- Station WRHC I over Southwest Africa have made outstanding con.trlbutlona
to the Union by their
W.i.sdIY- EXTENDED LIFE visit to it," Mr. Townsend.
JAM SESSION Great Fun for Everyone Kt4JrfPAu-NPl-) tem.orU'J said in making the announcement TENDER
suspension of Uganda'splans on May 25.
T..rsd.yTHE JOHNNY SHAW SHOW to make Its Makerere Mr. Wilkins, exectuve director LIVER
'!University College a University of the NAACP,addressedthe BEEF 35 '
Great Entertainment of Uganda, has given a new Union, Yale's largest student *
lease on life to the Universityof organization, last Feb
Friday & Si.irdiy- East Africa, Nairobi -operated ruary.

Doe Sanders Jointly by Kenya, Uganda COLD POWER
.
Leo Dorsey and Tanzania. Two years ago, Five Phila. Units
'Sf' Hawkins
John Sanders Uganda threatened to pull out,
"Bubba" Me Cruder Sid,.wem ft Ty Ty but was convinced to stay its. Designed To Give

'. Plus GUEST STABS action Now the university is DETERGENT 59t.
1970.expected to run to at least Better Service GIANT SiZE .

DARBY Pa/- Speaking at an
VETERANSTHE
': FIVE IN FIVE annual Freedom Fund banquet,
PORT MORESBY, New Guinea sponsored by the Darby Area :BALLARD
--About i0,000NewGui- NAACP, Executive Director
hlghlanders gathered recently Roy Wilklns said that dividing
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE I nea
INC.
the nearby Philadelphia chapter
: for a five-day feast that FLOUR
took five years to prepare. into five units Is a move designed

0(630( DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking tribe The ,feast is a given traditional by the Moagal means leadership.to" "discover young 5 LB. BAG 45.c

of repaying tribal obligations The new setup, which: should ,LIMIT 1 1111iN 55.00 OR MORE. FOOD ORDER
and cementing relationships.Why take effect within two weeks,
long? The hosts had to will provide "an outlet for our
M
.. Applications For .Its. breed 1,800 pigs first, and that young Negroes" and will make CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 18. 6.9C
r'j.: took up to five years. possible "overall better service
to the people In the organization

4' Veteran. Class. EX-STATE SYDNEYNPIAborlpnes WARDS The ,last" he legal added.obstacle to the FLA. GRADE A SMALL EGGS '3 DOZ. '1M eAtitoM "C

won their point recently when division of the branch was recently

Australians went to the polls. Supreme removed by Court the Pennsylvania when It 1 MAINE POTATOES 10 u. lAs 35 .
#
and voted 10-1 to give the federal U. S. *
.,The Size Of Our ClassesIs government powers to refuse< to rehear an appealby
legislate on matters affectingthe Cecil B. Moore, president
natives. Previously, the of the branch, who sought an. RITZ CANS DRINKS wnira ruirt 49*.
aborigines, aWl living under injunction restraining (he
Limited By. Law. trial conditions, were subjectto NAACP executive board in .
seven widely varied sets New York City from splitting, JIHISIH'MH '
ZEST SOAP 35
of state laws. the branch. *

Enroll Now To Be Sure Of TELECLUB9SULTANPUR the Mr.plan Wilkins for the emphasized division of that the 3.5 .

India-(NPI) branch Is "no special punitive JIM DANDY GRITS 5 it, us *
In countries throughout the' action against Mr. Moore, or. ." .
Place. world where radio, television against the Phlldelphla
and even the telephone are IUD Branch. It Is definitely not anI.Dt1..cecU HUDSON PAPER TOWELS cum sin 25* ,
"
considered luxury items, a Moore move. Mr.
new rage has come Into being Moore is expected to bead the

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CHICAGO (MPT)- Three her Stenyonjo, of Uganda, believed :, .,..
(State Baptist crops are hold.- that racial bias In the M ww.wwnwwwaa .,p,
tine their annual conventlou UJS. Is "not unlike apartheid f rr.eawfOgaee ? 9 Y

during the tarn period this in essence" while Kenneth /IME./lar wwa.rt RI 1 I' '7 g.: f; I
y..rwrrr..wrr.rr. ..
week la toe city. Tin Baptist Hugglns, the priesthood candidate r".rrwretwrrw ; +
!:state Convention of fillnois Inc. argued that "In country ,r MI ?wr.n..wr.ewrrlWaww rnRerrwMeeMWr.nree.r",. :
'Is In session at Pilgrim Bap'tlst after country American Investment r

'/: Church; the Baptist General has brought a better arl.er ,,,, ;
State Convention of Illinois, Is way of llfe..and business has 1 r ,
'meeting at Olivet Baptist an established policy of refraining c,:. Y ?
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Church; and the Baptist State from interfering In IB t
Convention of Illinois at Beau- Internal affairs of a country"
tiful ZIOn Baptist Church. All r1F
are sponsored and supporters LOSES BID

'of Chicago Baptist Institute and WASHINGTONNPI)- Attempts .

the multi-million dollar Baptist to secure the services '
o ti .
Towers Project now In lit final of a Black Muslim ministeron y p1' ( S 1: r ?
stages of construction regular duty in local jails
failed when U.s. District Judge
POSSIBLE UNIONPORTLA.ND. Howard F. Corcoran ruled

Ore.--(NPI)>- "there Is no pattern of discrimination.
Posslbly unity of local Pres- ." The denial resulted -
byterian parishes with thoseof on a petition from a
other denominations being Muslim minister asking full.
studied by the United Presby- time duty because he preachesto .I

terian Church In the V.S.A. 60-80 followers weekly,while
Among other denominations jail-employed Protestants and
volved are the AMEs, AME Roman Catholic clergymen have
ZIONs, CUEs, Methodist Episcopal lesser lumbers to which they
Evangelical UnitedBremer minister.

; Methodist, and
Presbyterian Church, U.S.- TOTAL 85
all participants in the Consultation CHICACiONPJA total of ... ..- -, .
on Church Union. 85 Judicatories are currently

participating in Project Equality -.,.- ....-
DEBATE!: the nationwide Interrell- The (3rd Annal Commencement exercises were held in Moore Gymnasium on BeoraneHarrison r. DeSbieUs Registrar announced that 173 senior students were CIIddatea
NEW -( =')- A debate glous program, aimed at fun Cookman College Campus. for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Degrees
on what moral positionU.s. nailing denominational money

Christians should take toward behind the equal job opport : HEAR YEI PAINTING POINTERSome
South World Of Books MAYOR OPENS Dr. Denies ,
Africa's rigid unities program. Among the King Rites Held For
separation of the races was 85 judicatories are 48 Protestants The earliest electrical hearing aid homeownen mar like to
undertaken by a Ugandan mini- three Unitarian- HOMERMAKER'S GUIDE TO The first In a series of con- 'wu a huge device larger than many change the color of the aluminum

ster, and an Espicopalianprlst- Universallsts, two Eastern Orthodox REFINISHING AND RESTOR- tracts to provide on-the-Job Campaign Efforts Arthur Wilson p It lOnt-day weighed console television than let the*. tiding aluminum on their tiding homei with You either can
actually more
hood candidate at the Eplcopal, 14 Jewish and 18 Roman ING ANTIQUES By Julia training in t number of city penon wing it. According to the paint conventional oil modified or acrylic

Church of the Epiphany last Catholic Spurlock; Published by departments was signed last For Presidental Seat CHICAGONPsFuneral Hearing Aid Industry Conference, latex-type house paintt, according:
week. Though' both condemned cornestrone library, week by Mayor LouIs H.Bitter. joday'i hearing aid are to tiny to The Aluminum Auociation. A
n.w.York; 191 pp., $1.This The contract Is the result of services for Arthur Wilson,68, that they can be molded Into eye. brush or spray paint equipment may'
war, folksy storehouseof conferences and discussions DENVEB-CNPO-Dr.. Martin .the first Negro to be licensed glau framei, built into burettes, be wed For directions on good surface -
I Religion And Race refinishing advice is as Interesting between the City Commission Luther King, Jr.,las asserted a certified public accountant !in brooches or tie clasps or even fit preparation, follow the recommendation -
as It Is helpful and the Urban League In a positively that he would not run the state of Illinois, were held completely into the earl of your paint tupplier.
Collectors will enjoy the Julia cooperative program develop for President In 1968. at St. Edmunds Episcopal
TWICE ad apprenticeship to His statement followed reports Church last week, followingUs
: FAILURE Spurlock way of simply, carefully program AT LEAST China' ChairmanMao
>NEW YORK -NPl- ThIscity' MONTGOMERY {(NPI)>- Ala and thoroughly explaining an apprenticeship program.The ,that he was considering such a death in Presbyterlan-St.,. CONCILIATOR: one who trttt Tie. must be
school struck campaign.The Luke Hospital of a heart attack.At look both sides the lung pre"y'thankful
system bama's efforts to postpone such topics as "Turning first contract was to provide to at of ar. that he doesn't haveto
back twice at Negro demands court-ordered school Integra- Trash Into Treasures,"'"Rais on-the-job training for 24 Rev. Andrew Young atop the time of hls death Wilson gument and get caught in the deliver State of the Union
for quality education. First, it court-ordered school Integration log the Grain," "Recondition trainees In the electric utilities aide to the civil rights headed the Arthur J. Wilson meddle. Catholic\ Digest-May. Catholic a '
curtailed Its open enrollment have failed. The U.s. Supreme log Wood," "Stenciling with department The program calls leader had said Dr. King would Co., a flourishing accounting message. Digest
policy in the city's high Court refused to delay Brons Powders," and "Reju for reimbursement to the city, make his plans (known In January firm located on the ..outbs1de.He .
schools as of this fall. The a lower court order requiring venating Paints, Prints and of $ZD. Oa weetfor each trainee, or February. also was prominent In sev :, -
policy was Instituted In 1959- the state's public Documents." up to a period of 26 weeks. Dr. King had been boomed ems community and other organizations .
60 to encourgae: school Integration. schools to desegregate In the Comments on the pressure tor For the 24 trainees to work In xor President by the National including membership .A"JarkeoHOilk'a
Then, Schools Superintendent fall. Cow Lurleen Wallace had conformity are an invaluable the electric utfl department Conference for New Politics on the boards of the NAACP ,J
Bernard E. Donovan asked that compliance with a part of this writing.She the city will be reimbursed up and Rampart Magazine. 'Wabash Avenue YMCA, Halfway \'
,retaliated against efforts to school Integration order by a' maintains that "peopl.planners" to more than $5,000.00.The Many candidates deny political House and Woodlawn
have Negro teachers and principals aspirations until the "last Boys Club. He also was part
threejudge federal court In control the econom)'. program Is being developed j
assigned In Negro areas Montgomery be put off until "When all products are the by the Jacksonville Urban -, moment" when they are "draft- chairman of the Chicago Cosmopolitan -,
tj charging that "overtones of ed' for Office U Dr.King should Chamber of Commune -
Alabama officials could file a same in every place, then that League In cooperation with;
'racial or religious bigotry" formal appeal. Instead, the high which was great becomes the apprenticeship training division choose to run, be would have ,;

,.wer.lnolvedlntheeffort..The court, without explanation, upheld commonplace!! ; and the virtue of the U.s. Departmentof several months before! letting Wilson was licensed a CPAIn I'
Varnlng was an outgowth of the lower court of interest Is lost in a worldof Labor. Attending the contract his intentions become (known. 1923 after graduating from targttt md heat k *
,.CORE demands that more black monotonous existence. border signing was Mr. Gardner Even If be doesn't run, he the University$ of Illinois. A "owh" ''.
;teachers must be assigned in SEEKING : to ,prevent 'apathy from Sams, Project Director for on- stands to be powerful politlj native of Oman, Neb., where I
sine Bedford-Stuyvesant com- J cal force' in the 1968 PreslI he attended elementary school, TWIH LOCAl FAVOKlTtS
NEW, -YORK-4'1)-.CORE( ?.decaying the spirit among he( the-job training of I y 'tnunlty or areaprlnclpals, would Director Flyod B,. MeKisslck beloved middle blass; It was ,,tile Urban tbeJacUQDI. I'I dential elections he bad previously attended the< I WHITING I
lobe moved. said he was seeking to deter- necessary to establish certain said he li In the process of According to pollster Louis University 01' Chicago Ux SHEEP HEADS LB.. 3901 .. '
mine whetheranti-Jewtshanti- goals of achievement so the discussing further contracts for Harris, Dr. King has the potential Northwestern University I
FIGHTING Catholic introduced to the trainees with other city commissioners to Influence between one- A Republican and former two-
or anti-black threats Jonese were
PAN TROUT .
: W ASHINGTONNPlClvU are being directed against the scene." and hopes to have :third and one-half all Negro time (0948 and 1952)) delegate LARGE OP
CROAKERS Lb
lights: leaders were fighting a city's school teachers. Citing The Joneses are "...someone these contracts ready for signature -, voters In the forthcoming presidential to the Republican National Nominating FRESH MULLET .' ." tJv
proposed amendment to the 1964 convention Wilson In
his organization's policy of with a standard which Is alwaysa In the near future race."Pressure ,
:Civil Rights Act that would from Dr. King 1997 named former
; pull ousting anyone expounding anti- little above our own, no mat- was by
'Sxit t the law's teeth. Theamend- could make the consideration President Dwight D. Eisenhower CAST NET CAUGHT
Semitic makeIn
doctrines, be was answering ter how many steps we
-meat offered by Rep. Edith of Sen. Yobert F. Kennedy for to the Federal Assay SHRIMP, HEADS-ON, FRESH. 79c
charges that membersof advancing our standards,and .
NAACP Urges WHILI THEY LAST ... .... .. ..
Green
(D.-Ore) would ticket with Commission. He served for "
a
reqlre his organization were harassing which can be reached only by vice president on a
that school desegregation white teachers and means of credit term pay President Lyndon B. Johnson year
guidelines enforced uniform prlnclapls Negro ments." a significant factor, If It meant In local politics, he was I SHRIMP
areas Construction Halt ,
ly throughout the nation. The Mrs. Spurlock concludes that that 25 per cent of the Negro Sixth Ward Republican Committeeman MIOIUM ... ,$1.10 Ik. LAIGI ,..SI,40 U
guidelines have been applied the credit term payment vote might bang In the balance.'* for 12 years
prac- ROE MULLET Flash Frozen .39c lb.
'mostly in Southern ana border I BUY U SAVINGS tice has not only enslaved the Until Bias Is EndedNEWYOHKflerbert Harris said. He Is survived by his widow, SPECKLED TROUT , '. lb. 6Sc
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states of the amend S. 1101Q06With Sen. Evelyn four children F.
Passage Hugh
head of the home to various Dr. King has designated SALTWATER BREAM .39c lb.
ment could make it difficult| to mortgage companies but has Charles H. Percy of Illinois Arthur, Jr., Mrs. Maurnlce '

'enforce them anywhere enslaved the heart of the home Hill, and Sen. Kennedy as the only Thuesdee and Mrs Dolarlte FRESH PICKED CRAB MEAT
I Las well director for labor porgram of two major party contenders he Woods..
I sees the National Assoclationforthe could super tin the forthcoming FUKI WHITI LI. $1.50 CLAW ,LI. $1.IS
insurance.. THE ORGANIZATION BABY Advancement of Colored People elections. CMkrul tinges LI. $US All Lump ,LI. $1.00
on June I called for a "mor- Area Servicemen
it's available CONSTANCE BANNISTER
policy By .
having every ;
atorium all construction ..
on public Far ell non-eon/ormltf who nfoy oysters INC year round,
Published ESSANDFSS New
then the by In the City of New York" SELECT FOR "
picking one FRYING
,.
York; 98 pp., $l. I TilE ALCONBURY, En&1aDd- ?
that suits your client be st." ,' Snappy repartee Is the forte frelly until Negroes Into the are building admitted trades J.ARMYHESERVEJTVI win R. Hysmlth, son of Mr. STANDARD FOR STEWING *, IP'!
of this lively collection of baby and Mrs. Louis F. Hysmlth
unions. He noted that the reportof
A bright-eyed serious REPRESENTS UM St. Jacksonville -
pictures. the New York City Commission of S827 Doeboy ,
cherub"says "Of has been promotedto
course on Human Rights concludesthat J Fla.,
e you can take me home. Where LIBERTY airman first class In the
With gins..it's what "a pattern of exclusion
do live?" Another !
you purrs, U.s. Air Force.
continues to exist" lathe building
suits your taste_ best., I pickedGordon's. "I don't expect to much from trades unions. Airman Hysmlth Is an administrative e

this businessworld-justahus- Mr. Hill said that this SiSfc specialist at Al-
I find it smoother, band to take me out of It." report y conbury RAF Station, England.
confirms the NAACPs Independent .A
: And another Oh, Pm so of the U.s.
drier,'and a great mixer." investigations regardIng He is a member
'
sorry Miss Evans 4 plnchyou the presistence of anti-Ne Air Forces In Europe the aerospace
?' force assigned to NATO.,
The Constance Bannister gro practices by some of the of
baby
UN airman Is a graduate
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t+ttmmric**rY.Ace..I.caimmly KatMtf,la.0/100. photos are' as charming and Northwestern Junior Senior
-If M 'w" C<> "wcvMaCCa ; and
expreetlve as ever- High School.
He further said that "the con-
there's a warm chuckle waiting -
tinued expenditure of public tax
.u. on every page money to subsidize racial dis-
65 fontiac Grand Prix .$2395
crimination Is unconscionable, AIR! CONDITIONED

? immoral, and In flotation of 68 Ford Country Sedan ,. .. .$1995 Ir
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lic hearings beldbytheCltyCo- LOADED 4 LIKe NEW AIR CONDITIONED

Colloquim Banquet' mmlsslon on Human Rights on 64 Pontiac Grand Prix ....$1595
the exclusion of Negro workers RADIO NEATER, POWER AUTOMATIC. VINYL TOF

from Jobs and from union controlled 63 Pontiac. Bonneville Coupe: .'iif
AIR COND. LOADED Wl .
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Nigerian ambassador to programs, also said that "the ]16 Chrysler New Yorker..' ..$3395
the United States, will give the City Administration must do Am CONDITIONED, FACTORY WARRANTY ONLY tm MI
keynote address at the fourth more than merely deplore these 66 .RlA Plymouth VallantZOO. .. .$1395
annual colloquium banquet and practices Action, cutting off 65'Chevrolet AUTOMATIC Sport PWR. $STEER FACTORY WARRANTY
dance of the Nigerian Student construction, Is now required.'" VI. Am CONDITIONED Coupe .$1995

Union In the Americas, Inc;, He noted that the Federal gover 65MUatanj? .. ..$1395
to be held June 14-17. at the nment recently announced that It RAOla a NEATER I SPEED 'kEN'KNIGHT'
iL Central YMCA. had ceased all construction on 15 Ford Country Sedan .. $1795
Mayor Richard J. Daley win Federal projects In Cleveland, AIM CONDITIONED

jj'N be guest of honor at the coUo- Ohio until the racial discrimination 64 STICK Ford IHIPT.Fastback IN MOTOR. ..$1295 -Invites_ You To Listen To-

quim, whose theme Is "Nigeriaat by unions and contractorsis U Chevrolet, Only 23,000 MI. ...........$1295 :
the Croasroadn"Ahmadu eliminated. RAN, AUTOMATIC,
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New York, will be guest speaker of a ntt-discrlmlnatlon
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all," Mr. Hill declared. "Aand 'RIS.EVANSSrd ""DANCE PARTY"i&'i

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MIAMI BEACH-Vacationers: using the air-conditioned hotels I"-
c. and partments at Miami. Beach tor a summer holiday hare a I
unique sightseeing area within coe-dar rouod-trlp driver of
this seaside city AMONG THE STARS WITH LEE IVORY !
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NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Probably topping the list are giasa-bottom boats, or by the !
two parks utterly different from more adventurous through theface Mercury: Records''has a blue-eyed; soul brother with a heedful
anything mksthe United mask of skin or scuba of white hair.His name is Wayne Cochran and you really have to a good entertainer. And you can't hardly get that no more.
F *- tiaaat diving gear. see Urn to believe him.I Scott, who records for Chess Records, is currently working
and Pennekamp Coral Reef. As in the Everglades fascination goes I like him because be is soulful U he had not one a club In Chicago called Jonesvilte U.s.A., along with blues
Both tall be reached within Increases with the tune strand of hair on his head, be would really move me, because singer Garland Green, Eddie Tyrone the Yibratooes and
two hare used In watching underwater of bis amazing vocal: qualities. Andrea Davis.If .
Y I Much closer drhrlngtlmeless plant and animal life. In the Another reason that I like him Is because of his band-C.C. s one neckuva show too.
than an hour, are commercial marine park, the Monger the Riders. At last count there were nine. All from the South. The Yibratooes-eM this la a rarity among soul folk lng
attractions where a driving observer remains quiet the Swingers aU Especially the red-haired trumpeter, Julian and play. They supply beautiful harmony for band singerTyrone
M//{ morning or afternoon can be more Is to be seen Shy colorful Sparks) Wowl and they play their Instruments u If they know
spent among fish, flowers,' reef dwellers such as angel, People say that Wayne Is a Cq>>1-ca1. He sings songs first what they are doing. Another rarltyl; I
birds coral parrot and butterfly flsh emerge introduced by Otis Redding James Brown, Wilson Picket You The feature attraction: however, is the scruptious and
The reef park, exceptfor from their retreats In the crevices get the Gdft. delectable Andrea Davis *
dockslde: amenities, Is under to go about their dally: These same people don't seem to realize that Wayne: has his Billy Davis (no relation) discovered her working u a re-f.
water. It areas Is about 100 business. own very personal Interpretation of "soul" tunes. This is not, ceptlo lit for Chess Records. Sorta reminds me of Martha,
square miles, Includes: the only In the 'glades, the birds- to my Way Of thinking Imitating, Reeves, the Motown secretary who Is now world famous as.
ci
.. living coral reef off the UJS. spoonbills, cranes, egrets and Said Wayne "Let 'em laugh at me. I don't care. I came from the leader of Martha and the Vandellas. :
,"jm+ mainland It Is viewed through( Ibis-perform In a similar' the same town u James BrownIpicked cotton Just like James Andrew though, Is not loud singer and the band sometimes
manner when undisturbed. Brown, and I don't think there Is a color line lathe world cl.oul. covers up the tra-la-Ia's when backing her But this petite 't
Bishop Nark Ktrriss S At the commercial attractions : ." your miss can stand flat-footed and deliver a stag with
there are of course, And, bless his ham-hock-and-greens hearts there ain't! unmistakable feeling and emotion Another Nancy: Wilson? ;
fewer retreats for the Inhabit You'd better believe Itl *
Ordaines Priestess ants. Porpoise at the Sea- It Is quite refreshing to witness the birth of future stars *
r quarlum apparently enjoy the warbf: m them iron out all the kinks J
"The church will remain on show they put on for the people Speaking ofWaJDIICochranremlDdlme: cl DIYld Scott. Chances Dalvld and Andrea will be cutting some duets this month, 1
Chuck Berry, Mercury Records star, recently.. the guest solid ground u long u it u much u the audience. The are you haven't heard of this guy. and you'll be hearing them on your radio for years to come. 3
on the nationally-syndicated "Upbeat" television show. Thappestaxe serves the people" says arch reef risk are In tanks wars He is a Negro, but his wild mop>> of bleached: hair (a la Wayne See You Among the StarsW/ *
marked a return by Berry to national television bishop Karras in Miami. "If the bigger denizens of the deep Cochran: ) has proven to be a snow stopper.On .
after a lengthy absence. In the photo, Berry is being greeted the people's conscience: Is not -fays, sharks and eels. him though, it looks good and fits perfectly: with the typeof FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECK UP AND A
by Herman Spero, producer of the show that is seen in more expressed through the church, Spots like Tropical: Paradiseand snow David is famous.for. His wardrobe Is great, and he'. CHECK
than 30 major U.s. dues Berry's latest single is "Back to It" useless for Its existence the Parrot Jungle feature -
culled from his LP to even be supported," birds such u macaws, parrots
Memphis new Mercury "Chuck BerryIn
Memphis: he adds. toucans and cockatoos: OWING FOR A PLACE TO BUY A CAR? SEE DESIRE AT Illl AUSTIN
On the strength of this theme, many: trained to appear In the

U.S. VIRGIN m1..ANmAft.r' working for ear| :years to Is bishop titled Mark"Archbishop A.C. Karma>> of who By- a hourly background shows. All of are ornamental against FORD FOR THAT 60 60 LOON OF '67 60 ALL THE WAYIj

cala'separation status the door now is open for U.s. Virgin tanttum" and who is the founder jungle.At _
Islands athletes to participate on thier own in the International of the Universal Shrine of Divine the Serpentarlum,however, :
Olympic Gam... Acceptance of V J. teams u representatives Guidance in Miami, has the visitor leaves to professional ,
of the Islands rather than under the auspicesof thrust forward In unique move personnel the "milk
the U.S. Olympic Committee was granted this month by of ordaining u a priestess and ing" of cobras and other deadly
the International Olympic Committee during its meeting in consecrating the Right Reverend snakes for their venom, used
,Teheran. Veronica Perweiler u In various medical experi
Abbess of Florida with episcopal ments. Monkeys run wild In the
equivalence "It Is time Monkey g1ewhl1e their audience
Your professional beautician that worthy recognition and authority remahuproteetedlnwirs-

knows the answer... leadership u shepherds enclosed paths during the tours.. Pr
of the flock: ," states bishop
>> Karma

I on The Sunday consecration May 21st took at place the [ MIAMI TEAT I|

Apostolic, Universal Center' of
I 't"A1 JWITIMW f MIsrperoxide the ,Universal Shrine pivlne By SHARB1EFF
l' *, ) ..", Guidance: "with 'holds services' The announcement (of Minister
needed to temporarily at 3890 West naler ,- Muhammad All, undisputed
Street. The function
primary heavyweight boxing champion
of the Shrine is to offer of the world versus Milton
color unwanted hair?
gray eucharistic and divine healing "Butterball" Smith on the marquee -f--- a
services. of the newly purchased
'
Bishop>> Harris said that the Muhammad's Mosque 129, -
Hair care and: beauty experts know that the first traces of gray consecration was scheduled for Miami, Florida had the curious
hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re Sts. Constantino's and Helen's coming to see this sensational. il'r
laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older Day which falls on May 21st bout by the hundreds. kha'yi
than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging according: to the calendar of For those who would like to
effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide the eastern church, with the know who challenger Milton ,,
tiaircoloring which may change the natural hair color while express purpose of supporting Smith is: he Is one of the most 1
coloring gray. the premise that women U outstanding disc Jockeys in
Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of well u men merit the graced Miami and the whole south,
,their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a episcopal: authority and duty. who hal questions sent in by
problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi. The eastern church in which his many Ushers on radio
permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. Bishop Karras was consecrated: station WAMEM."Butterball"
to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They upholds St. Helen u equal to' u he is affectionately: is known
also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical the Apostles. "This presents al! stated, although I am not re-
processing Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains most plausible Justification of glstered u a Muslim. I1' get
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos the act of consecration of
Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her Abbess of Florida," declares:
hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. Bishop>> Harras who in a dual
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products ceremony also ordained the
and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most deaconess Eunice M. Van Wyk.
'personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon. Assisting U co-consecrator: :
*',lf you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your was Bishop>> George F. Ehr-
:.beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care? line of the Eastern Province -
.e Clairol' Inc 1967 Courltiy' el Cl.irol Inc. of the American Catholic IN 1 KEEPING WITH THE HIGEST TRADITION OF
Church. ''THE EVER GROWING AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS FORD '

FALCON CONTINUES TO OUT CLASS--OUTSELL, AND OUTPERFORM .FORD I

'CARTER'S RECORD CENTER... > ITS COMPETITORS AS SHOWN IN WE PHOTO mimic.it .
UNO WITH SALESMAN RICHARD DESIRE AND THE FORD G.T.

1'" ARE YOU A MUSIC LOVER? MARK, 1. THE FORD O. T. IS THE SAME CAR THAT mm.
a thrill talking to the heavyweight
WON THE LE MANNS IN 1966. DESIRE IS ELATED RADIO mm
Then you want the latest in champion about Islam 1111E1 ,
,
OVER HIS SELECTION TO REPRESENT
and I learn something FORD MOTOR
every-
i" Gospel low! low and prices.Rythm n' Blues for Urns I am in the company of 'COMPANY ON THE AWARD WINNING* BILL AUSTINII' factor III 1 1THUNDERIIRD
Twenty-six Musllms..and when they talk
: (26)) Great Selections for about the "Greatness of our' $1779.1$ BILL FORCE ,
SEE DESIRE IN $2544.95
AUSTIN
only 595. This month's annestors" and the "Greatness NEW CAR SHOW ROOM
Lon Iauls Gospel Special: Rev., James of our present athletes and I HE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH APPOINTMENTS AND

id. o Cleveland, T ve Come Along entertainers I say "Nowon- SPECIAL CONSULTATION ;
w, 1" Way" The Caravans. "Remem I dam soul-sister Aretha Franklin 3801 N.W. 27th AVENUE OR CALL 635-0311:
ber Me' Dorothy Norwood, Is on the top of the list... OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK MONDAY thru, SAT.
:
I see why Muhammad All
: "Old Lady's Shirley says:
"I am the Greatest" FREE RADIOS: AND WHITE
Caesar "Don t Be Afraid' Muhammad All received a SIDEWALL TRIES

Five Blind Boys. S.W. thunderous applause when be FREE GIFTS WITH THIS AD
Michigan State Choir
gave All the credit to his success -
and others. to the most Honorable

;;, \ EUJah Muhammad, messenger -THUNDERBIRD-MUSTANG I
.:: R Rythm n' Blpes Special, Artha Franklin, "Respect, of Allah for the wisdom he has
!5 ," Baby Baby" "I Never Loved A Man and .others: chuck endowed him wltX-goest left .

&, 1- Jackson, M a x i n e' Brown, 'Hold, On I'm Coming, picture the Masque of Islam with and a cleared as the Jv'I.A/J:: .

Something You Got' (, 'Daddy's Home- "I Need You champion left to catch an early ,
So." plane conceded: and gave the ; I
Carte s Record Center "First round" to "Butterball"and AIRIAN

759 N. W. 54th Street promtaedtoreturatMlaml -
.' Miami, Florida 33127 (where I first saw the light of .II'I.IJJ .
Islam) with an appearance .
-1 either on the Butterball show HUT tiiirrti :
r--I : .." 1 or at the Mosque.Minister ,I 1111
Muhammad All is ,/f ICllt' .
-... I II forceful and dynamic u Mini ,11111q.
STREET : 4
I ,:, : :1 I ster sad has full command of fralD AI.
: _._ STATE his ante the same u when 'I
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I 0 I he is Ifrtte ring. Says Minister : $2135.45
; Gospel Special c $43'7.CO) '
r Blues o.D, (ci will pay postman I ,Muhammad AlC/'Iaa accused: .
Rythm n 0r
r r' on delivery plus postage of bragglng.Mwell Islam is
I '0' CJOJ, Charges.) I Freedom, Justice and Equality

{ We'll pay postage orders Accompanied by I for the Black! Man (the so- "f
.
I cash,check or money: order. called 22 minion Negroes)
-_ -...... -- _-. .then why shouldn't I brag?
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t ROBINSON SEEKS University s Bowling Team Rattlers Handbook To Swim

tIGHT: CAN WITH A CHECK UP AND A CHECK. j TRIPLE CROWN ., ;,; Receives RilingTALLAHASSEE Learning


The fifth llnuer1e.olart1clel onlearning Bow t o swim by operatlom -
NEW YORK Frank Robinson
-The Florid NOD deals with the irma.
Baltimore's! most single Important Ail University football team In the starting position for this stoke,one arm Is extended beyond
) .
THANK YOU factor in winning bu.ba.ll'
lias another All-American, one the !head and directly line with toe eyes.
world championship last hand is allowed to drift down
the
which did not score a touch- At the beginning of the stroke
season, seems to have designs down or make a block or tackle below the surface about 4 to inches.. At this point the hand
on accomplishing a double triple
all season If* the 1966 FAIITJ catches the water and 11 pulled'tcorouslJ becknrddlrectlJ beneath -
crowc. football handbook edited by the body toarertlcal position,with the arm bent at the elbow
As the 1967
campaign near n David C. Colllngton and Eddie .
ed the Memorial Day milestone, Jackson, FAUlf director of When\ the arm comes to a vertical position pull begins to
the bard bitting outfielder paces public relations and director of dirminisb and tilt hand Is allowed to drift back to the thigh
the American in- +
League sports Information respectively The recovery Is made by rotating the hand until the thumb is
home runs while occupying therunnerup i ,sparta Information respec turned downward and with a quick lift and bendol the elbow the
: position in batting lively forearm la drawn up and out oi the water. Be sure to close your
and runs batted in. He took the
The National Assolcatlon of fingers In coordinating the arm stroke they more alternately.
triple In the AL in
crown 196S ,IntercoUegUte Athletics selected Don't Forget while you are practicing your swimming skills
with a .316 batting mark, 49homers ,
: 20 football handbooks you should continue to work on your rhythmic breathing, and
and 122 RBI.
to an Ail-American rating your leg kick .
Rogers Hornsby of the St.
Louis Cards and Ted Williamsof There were two categories,reproduced Next week we win combine the arm and leg stroke and swim
the Boston Red Sox have and printed. The Rat- away
been the only palers to tler handbook was listed as
r cap-
vII! tare two number eight among the hand.boot.IiD 1ftrat4 'hat'
triple crowns. Hornsby Uncle Sim a couple, ofplan
r I la 1942 and 1947. the printed category.
make
to u
Rotilnson Winning awards Is not new. your money
homers In last slammed weeks's four ,to the Rattler handbook,despite easy to live u it it to spend,

and took over the lead with games 13. 'Its short history .The.first There's the Payroll Savings
drove handbook was printed in 1958 H Plan where you work. And the
in nine
fle runs, boosting
taPow" and .was also edited Coiling' ilond Month Plan where
s his total to 34 and climbed to a -s-. you
lIt of ton. Since that time numerous bank.
wining one Detroits'sAlKa-
1.
line the leader 'awards have been; presentedto
I Collington and FAMU for
Kallne's '
batting lead was reduced excellence in publications. l
considerably He dropped -,
The handbook is prepared to SISTER BESSIEFREE
76
points to .345 by. collecting -
only five hits In ZOo assist the press, radio and CANDLE WITH EVERY READING
f AMU COEDS HAVE ftAno t RANIaN The Florida AAM television in covering football'at
times at the bat. Robinson has
a University woman's bowling team Is ranked 34th among 99 col FAliU. It contains statistical '
.325 mark while
RlcoPetrocel11 .She will read entire life--past,present and
leges and uniyerslties in the national ranking women'.lnterDat100al -' and historical data on the Uhl your
of Boston and Rod Carew of future. She asks no questions but will tell you
Bowling Championship The team is in Its first year versify, biographical sketches
Minnesota are tied for third at of collegiate competttlcsLefttorighthmeetngueRuth Aaron of the president and vice pre. .what you want to know,'giving date and facts
.319. Scoring, and Antoinette Beckley, Tampa.Standing are: Jeanne sklent a history of the famous business, love, health and family attars. Will]
Carbon Monoxide: Manning, Talhnassee; Mamie Robinson, Orlando; and Teralyn FAUU marching band, and extensive help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will f
Robinson, Alacbua.. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. coverage of the pre marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what ; w
Canny :MurdererCarbon vlous Orange Blossom Classic. to do to be successful.W1l1 reunite the separated,
has been ont of the greater pleasures of my lifeto ,Gibbs Track Star Pallbearers Lodge However the main facts concern locate absent friends and relatives] and cause I
serve the city I lion in various capacities for the monoxide takes more the RaWer football team, happiness between man and wife. Make up Ilover's
lives each Tells.ifslcknessorbadlucklsj
han Amrrican
past 16 years. The people have been good to me year,1,000 most of them in automo- Joins Rattlers Hold Meeting the a prospectus coaches, indlvldualplayers of the comings natural quarrels.enemlnes, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell.

and to my family. II... and statistics on FAUUfootbalLjJating to please you but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for]
I have asked all my supporters to follow me in all ST. PETERSBURGGibbs back to 1933. disappointments in all others. I not only read your life like and
of P cognizing nymptomt of CO High track star Ken Robinson Pallbearers Grand Union 'japeD book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Com et
out Hans Tontler the Democratic nomineefor
support poisoning, the Catholic Digest parlayed the fastest half-mlia Lodge 228 will hold its regu- ,and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems to g e o
mayor. He is a more able person, in my opinion, advises, might save your life. ever run in St. Petersburg Into lar meeting .Tuesday 7:30 wrong WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried
to discharge the duties of the office than is his Republican Remember that though exhaust a four-year scholarship to .p.m., In Mt. Ararat's Lduca. .can be helped and everything made clear by when[
opposition. fume and smoke can be teen Florida AIM. tional Building with the president GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.,
and smelted the carbon mon Rattler officials are in the Miss Marguerite Dennis I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER,
oxide in the exhaust cannot process of mailing scholar presiding BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on UJS. II, 1/2. mile from;
Sincerely Engines of new cart produce as ship papers to Robinson. All members and new members City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 679-2250.
much carbon monoxide as old The slim senior ran a 1:97.2 are requested to attend WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE
engines,but older cars are more to set the city mark for 880( this meeting. Business of im- Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
LOUIS H. RITTER likely to, have leaks in the ex yards. He has also broken 50( prtance to be transacted. Open dally 8 s.m. to 10 p.m., including Sundays
haust system. seconds in the 440( and helped THIS CLIPPING ENTITLES YOU TO.A $5 READING for $2.
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GrfiRbllsg Tigers Practice For Holiday Opening Ex-Race Driver GrmMbIi= Tigers

ParadeBY .
Sports -

Defeats Frosthrg 1 I -/ Returns To Sport Predicts Will III

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALPLAYS As A Sponsor

Stole, 21-1 Ck'jwplossl.ip;z '
2000th CiA.MICINCINNATlNPIInaJe

Grambllng'f.baseball Jugger- : Banks last week reached a ma Joe DAYTONA BEACIV-Bob After watching the Tigers ma
eau t rtlrted into the National milestone his long and colorful career with the Chicago Cubs bert, America's finest road tire slowly and precisely, fans
Association ot Intercollegiate when be plaedlD his 2.000th game since comtag to the Chicagoans race driver until his retirement stool Grumbling College
Athletics World Series ben on Sept. 14, 1953 from the Kansas City Monarch of In 1964. has returned to dropped all pretense Monday
Friday night u the Tigers the former Negro American League.Afterwards Ernie received the sport as a sponsor) and and predicted that the team win
cracked seven homers to hundreds of congratulatory telegrams from "home" (Chicago) plans to have a car in the win the national champ1on hIp.
crush Frostburg State, tl-U Including one from bin wife, Eloyce, and wu so pleased Paul Revere 250 at Daytona The prediction will draw quick
The one-sided verdict enabled that he said he had no thought about quitting as an active International Speedway at midnight reprimands from President-

Grambllng to sweep the player Meanwhile, Banks, now a player-coach, is enjoying one of JulyS.Holbert Coach R.W. E. Jones, but U is
NAIA Area Five Playoff. of Ms best seasons, batting .314 as of June 2. lie has never who established his no secret that an all out dive
GrambUng bombed four Frost batted over .300 In toe major league. 'fame at the wheel of a 'Porsche Is being launched to wii the

barf pitchers for 22 bits, 10 win campaign a Col: ge Division World Berl...
for extra bases, while GOOD SUCCESSOR Porshe 911 In the remainder The arduous\ eight team
Tiger barters were limiting BAL'lnIORE-NP1)-1be( ) Baltimore Colts last week signed of the Maryland visitors to tin Michigan State's Star Bubba Smith 22-year-old.! 6 foot 7, 295'' aeries St. Joseph, Mo.,June 5-9.
hits. 'pound defensive lineman, to a National Football League contract The Paul Revere which carries Grumbling owns scintillating
Frostburg State Is one of four giving the Colts the first real fast and ferocious de- more than $14,00 In post- 33-1 record and is generally
predominately white colleges ,feDHID&A since the late "Big Daddy" Upscomb. An Ail- ed awards,Isfor Trans-Ameri regarded u one ot the greatest
In District 29. The Bobcats American at Michigan State, Smith was the NFL first draft can type cars, and will be college Juggernauts ever as-
of the Colts and was acquired In a maneuver in which the run over the Speedway's 3.81 sembled.The .
in members of the Maryland
intercollegiate Conference and BalUmere sent a quarterback and a lineman to the newly mile International circuit. team has horrific hitting
; 10-0 spawned New Orleans Saints for Bubba. Robert said that veteran and pitching.
compiled a league re*
sports car driver, Bert Everett Nobody blinked an eye last
Robert f Williams and Frank STILL HOPEFUL i1iSAo. of Doylestown' Pa., should week when American and National
ANCSLES-tNPIHEx-heavywelght champion Floyd Pat. drive the Porshe.
fatterm pounded out a pair torsos league scouts labeled the
of homers apiece and NAIL has indicated he is still hopeful of participating in a "Everett Is a fine driver*' talented crew a $1 million aggregation.
.hitting leader Ralph, Carr, championship fight with tltlist Casslus (Muhammad All) Clay Holbert said, and Everett re* .
Charles Jones and Victor despite All's tbeorltical dethronement by boxing authorities tor vord bears him out. He Is a The Tigers are loaded with
Tweedlt blasted each. refusing to be drafted into the U.s. Army. "There Is a slim former SCCA National champ, players of consequence. No t
Cue: of Patterson's one blows' posstbllty U (the Clay title flghtcouldbe) held, depending on the and has been racing against the member of the starting bins Is '
raveled( over 400 feet. outcome of Clara trial," said Patterson, whom preparing to best In this country for seven hitting less than .300. I
The victory raised Ciramblint. leave for Vietnam to entertain U.S. troops. or eight years.Everett Grumbling dominates NAIL '
record to 35-1 4 says that his association team statistics with ..355 team
while daullog was sent BOXER FACES "LIFE" with Holbert has greatly ,batting average and a 0.88 pit :
limping Frostburg borne with a 19-' record PATTERSON, N.Jj (NPI)}-A Jury of eight! men and four women Improved his driving! ability. chlng staff earned-run-average 'J
last week recommended that hard-hitting boxer Rubin "Bob knows more about racing according to figures released J

.,Carr., entered the series with (Hurricane) Carter and a companion be sentenced to life Porsches than anyone, and from Kansas City. {
highestin Imprisonment after their cODIcUooIiDrat-decr..murder he Is Just as tough a com Second baseman Ralph Carr t tIs
a lofty NAIAhlstory.andwent.582 average, the fatal shooting of three persons in a tavern holdup last petitor in the pits as he was the big man in the torrid :

He hits summer. Superior Court Judge Samuel A. Lamer then set behind the wheel" :
tor-five Friday. got
June 29 for sentencing middleweight contender Carter and Holbert was the SCCA road They tt-year-old] 180 pound :
three-at-bat Thursday.
in Patterson was John Artis, both charged with slaying bartender George Oliver racing champion In 1960, and ,senior has reached such a degree
flv-for-six Friday night and Ben Williams and two patrons at the Lafayette grill last June 17. during his years of racing won of excellence u a hitter I
..
Innumerable championships. In that experts have placed him lathe
four-for-slx in the batting
was for MAKING $30.000 DEFENSE \.: '. 'c ,, 1960 he drove a Porsche to class with Rick Reichardt I
Grambllng. rw-
department Jackson struckout 17 DALLAS-(NPO-JVeltenreight champion Curtis Cokes of .RANWOMZGOLFES PRACTICE FOR CLEVELAND HOLIDAY OPEN-Getting ready for 'second place overall in the 12 the $200,000 California Angel j

men Jimmy and allowed only two hits Dallas will defend his title against Gypsy Joe Harris for a the heavy, action of their -Znd ANNUAL CLEVELAND HOLIDAY OPEN" are principals, Hours of Se rlq. bonus baby. !
Thursday u .the Tigers won, $30,000 guarantee according to the Greater Dallas AH Sports Clarence Watson, president, Sixth City Golf Club; John Wooten, vice president, Negro' The Paul Revere is the first Garrs .585 batting average *.
the 4-1. Association, headed by Kenneth Hayles and Tommy Bullock. Industrial and Economic! Union (and a Cleveland Brown) and Sixth City Champion, Herman part of a double scheduled and brilliant fielding qualify' :
opener The match was arranged in conference with the manager I Ferrell u they await call to first tee at Seneca Golf Course in BrecksvlUe, tournament' for the Independence Day festivities him for this special dlstinc- J
BRING YOUR NOTICES of Cokes and Harris who will received 15 per cent of the site. (Photo by A. Polk) at the Speedway. The lion '2
To The live gate receipts. Paul Revere should end about His amazing average Is the J
FLORIDA STAR 300: am., and seven hours highest In NAIL. history Other *
2323 Moncrlef Road YOUTH MEETCHICAGONPi.Boys later at 10:00 a.m, the field top hitters, all proud and competitive I
Or Mall To: and girls from four states Including Tom Einstein Your Good HealthBY will lake the line for the startof are Bob Wllliams.4U( *.

P.O. Box 599 Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky, will participate me the ninth annual running of John Thomas .540)( Mike Cummings :

Jacksonville, Fla.,32201Watch ninth annual Invitational Track and Field Championships sponsored Gains First Place SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN M.D. M.P.H. the Firecracker 400. (C35J), Frank Patterson .'
by Mayor Richard J. Daley and scheduled for Stan CHICAGO COMMISSIONER,OF HEALTH, This is the world's fastest C308)), Ben Williams (.375),
Field at the University of Chicago on June 11. Women's national 400 mile race, Is worth more Matthew Alexander 0357)) '
AAU championship will be a special feature of the Region In Panelists Poll BICYCLES than $66,000 In awards, and Robert Atkins C.314)), A1frd;: ,
meet sanctioned by the Central Amateur Athletic Union. attracts the best late model Gipson (.347)- and Victor
This Clown : Riding a bicyle is an excellent form of exercise for
DAYTONA BEACH,- A lire your stock cars and drivers In the Tweedle (.384)).
SUPPLIES PRO TALENTS diction that was close to per child provided he learns and follows the rules for safety. You world. It Is open to all quail-.,
31'-45-51 must also him that if he is involved In accident
feet Tom Einstein of the impress on an
DAYTONA BEACH, Flav-NPI)}-Four players from the foot gave fled drivers, and always provides
while riding his bike the tact that the other fellow to blame
,greensboro (N.CJ News first was .
ball team of Bethune-Cookman College were signed to contracts a battle between the top .
25 77 Those place in the Pure Oil Racing is a poor consolation for the loss of a limb.
by professional teams during the past year. NASCAR and USAC drivers
14i Panel of Experts poll on the Each year the traffic on streets is getting denser and, there- Cl'oi i il
signed from Coach Jack McClalren's squad Includes defensive A.J. Foyt, winner tithe Firecracker .
fore more dangerous. Some public schools have enclosed areas
I 4 tackle Larry Little the Wildcats 1966 captain and halfback Indianapolis 500. in 1964 and 1965, and > :
John Knight, both signed by the San Diego Chargers of the Nine ot the 72 Panelists poll that are Ideal bicycle. riding. arenas. Encourage your child to Mario Andrew, are expected l '

AI1''U' aHr fl the r j :League, and ,offensive tackl4 Jerry,Moor voted for Fort, ,.but .of these, ,1 use them. ride i...to be among the starters*. .i'i \f .1
: I signed tithe world champions Green Bay'Packers. Collins Sustain i had #tie :closest est- If he uses public highways to on,he should observe'the .. ,'t I f .
following rules: rriHt Limit en..rba.ip1.1. ,
.Smith another Wildcats the Wheeling roomeD mate of Foyfs winning speed. .
was signed by la aodutt
Stein? any coo room
Always ride on the far-right-hand side of the road in the .,,
Einstein said A.J. Foyt, would nick win ka appradaMdlor
1' 11 10 51'3t a farm team of the Kansas City CtJefs.MAY .
1 .1Ioe1l..IIIe..IIt1ookdtd.
win at 152.000 miles per hour, same direction as other traffic: .
BOYCOTT and he won at 151.207 m.p.h. -J"ark the bicycle off the road on the sidewalk or parkway. .

40 72 TEHRAN <(NPI)--Tne black nations of Africa last week Runner-up to Einstein was Always ride In a straight line-avoid weaving.
-
the, International Olympic committee with a virtual Jerry Undqulst of the Rich- Always obey the traffic signals at controlled intersections
Sometimes Rees Up,Sometime. served ultimatum that they will boycott the 1968 Olympic Games In mond (Va)Times-Dispatch Always give the proper hand signals for turning stopping.
He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts, Mexico City if the segregation-steeped Republic of South a predition that Foyt would take Always give the proper hand signals for turning stopping. Jim
He works it all around, Africa is permitted to participate without "fully complyingwith the whopping Indy purse with an With the exception of giving proper signals, always keep
the Olympic charter's ban against racial dlscrlmnatlon in average speed 150.150 m.pJu both hands on the steering wheel.
9fi 38 !ISCOMT1G'ATTRACTTONtt sports." The declaration against South Africa, which follows' Third sport went to Al Tfaony .Never hook a ride behind a car or truck.
a rlgU governmental policy of separation of the races, was of the Atlanta (Ga.)) Constitution. -When' riding with others, always go single file.

delivered by Jean Claude Gangs, of Cong-Kinshasa. Thorny favored Foyt at -Doot carry passengers. Ross
a speed of 152.628 m.p.b -Don't speed in busy areas.
84 16 (5 SOLD FOR $3 MILLION Fourth and final place went Always dismount to cross a busy Intersection
CHICAGO--(NP1)-The sale of the famous Harlem Globetrotters to Km Mink of the BristolVa Always yield< the :Tight of way to pedestrians.
':MAN'S DAYS for a reported $3 million to a sports firm called ( ) Virginia-Tennessean who When repairs must me made, make them well off the

Metromedia, was announced last week. Georgty Eby, bead predicted Foyt would take It road 4.30P.M
the team offunmaking -Keep the bicycle in safe operating condition at all times
NUMBERED"Man's of Metromedia said that "for the present all with a speed. of 153.271
Negro basketballers-famded by the late Abe m.p.b. -Don't coast down long or steep bills.

Sapersteln in 1927 will remain Intact. The Trotters were The Pure Oil Panel, with predictions -Be on the alert for obstacles.If .
child observes these rules he should have serious
Days are Numbered. sold by Sapersteln's heirs. on six races behind your no
Health and Fortune Can Be next take a try at the .accident. Of course, It behooves all drivers of automobiles to
:Yours When You Know Your NEW COURT DATE Carolina 500 at Rockinghamon use special care In approaching and passing children on bikes Played bad golf. Goes to

Lucky Days HOtBTON-{NPl-U.S. District Judge last week panted June 18.OVERHEARD. club house. Orders
heavyweight boxing champion Casslis (Muhammad A.11)) Claya Seagram's 7 Crown and

Lucky Colors, etc. two-week extension in his trial for refusing induction into : "Her father gave [ For And About Teenagers ) soda. Sips. Smiles. Says The
Send $2.00 for your the army rescheduling the court appearance from June-5 to away the bride. He told hrr Sure One makes
Horoscope Guide for June 19. In granting the extension, Judge Joe Ingraham noted age. everything
JUNE "Clay and his attorneys have received adequate notice'JUMPS TBS WtIK Limit you an ratbw young to fit toMriou better. Especially drinks
.. firt lourMn yaan of(ft *a to (Iva up olkafrlanda >
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TO ABAMINNEAPOUSCNPIMxn PLANS for a family outing eon to uk von. About: boyMod. avm narrlad ptopu talk to pn>
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office St. Louis Hawk's top- discussed. "Should I don't rmey bfllava' ittUua son other this tht Individual
Hudson
were being .. or .ka down1! think 1 .Buy. ara marrtod bad.whatulxadup
Box 1171,, Jacksonville Fla. scoring rookie who starred at the University Minnesota IM bring field world. thto would. .bo
South not lha laaa.Additionally
to. W.laO to nth otharat wan
last week Jumped leagues and signed a three-year contract aked. llit four-year-old school and during pmn.dw lout you think
NAME -- I with the Minnesota MusUes of the rival American Basketball daughter gushed excitedly in do thlngl loanhn.:: Anotharpcoblm II to nthar onway lot a boy tobacoma
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DATE OF BIRTH- in th NBA last season. Hudson signed with the otnboy. yat b..om.e.mmilk. and donn'Ik.iboundtoab.wsths
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ALL FLORIDA CAR OWNERS AND DRIVERS "

The recent bankruptcy of a Florida Insurance Company 1 4'] THANKS

has left many motorists without Insurance coverage. The '
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"FAILURE TO CARRY AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE ,
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FECAL ASSISTANT TO DlRECTOH II Beauty operators, and barbers. Four roomsreasoaable. 768- MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN.
: Community ActloL: New HoUywood Beauty and), 4760. JOBS, salaries to $e, are Female Press Club Bioqiet Stool Segregation Civil Rights GroupNEW
:Program. Work entails project Barber Lounge, 622 Ashley St. advanced. Rush references

preparation,with emphasis Call JM-9T74. 2G( lAS SEWING alone number. ABLE MAIDS TYPISTMUST WASHINGTON-{NPt--D r. HARTFORD, Conn.-follovlng YORK-Again the Mai
on budgetary matters, and \AGENCY, 163 N.MAIN,FREE. Luther Association for the Advancement
Martin King Jr.,will be Education local
an "Action-Planning:
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;maintaining financial recordsof SECRET PRAYER MACHINE PORT, N. Y. I ,
: Requires FORMULA CHARTpSYCHO.PHYSICAL DO 60 W.P.M. ACCURATELY the major speaker at the Capital Workshop," representatives ciconnecUcut' of Colored People,
non-profit corporation. I
; Press club's 24th annual a- the nation's oldest and largest
Adm. with Responsible party to assume : GOOD IN ENGLISH 19 NAACP
emphasU Bus.in accounting degree or $8 per month payments, or pay MAIDS FOR NEW SPELLING. ward banquet today at!the Sheraton branches issued a demand that civil rights organisation, has
; training and experience. PRAYER TEMPLE off cash balance of $54. This YORK Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 Park hotel. the Governor "call a special been lilted by a nationwide
equivalent' Minlmun salary $6,000, machine makes buttonholes, UP TO $15 WEEK Moncrlef RL. Jax.; Fla.LEO'S Theme of the affair this reap emergency session of the General survey of Negro opinion U the
Send for Free Dally Blessings Howto
will be "Poverty Crime and doing the most to help
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sews on buttons, blind stitches, Assembly to consider an group
dependent on qualifications. get whit you want through this Top lobs NOWI Best homes in Home Rule" Negroes.' "
fancy stitches and monograms act to eliminate racial Imbalance -
Sub mi' resume and referencesto new way of Prayer. My Prayers are W.Y.qttyNewJersey.Frlendlyfamilies.( ; Dr. James M. Nabrlt, The findings of this latest survey -
president in the state's
Gus
without attachments. public
Palm being sent out and ran- sent rush
: P.O. Box 6605, West blessings are Far re-
33405. coming In. Mall stamped, self- teed. Must see to appreciate. FREE GIFT. Howard university,win schools" unless the State Legislature conducted by the University
'Beach, Fla ferences.
addressed envelope to Rev. C. Call 353-1946 Anytime, ask for., MISS DIXIE AGENCY receive the Capital Press considers such an act of California Survey Research
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Forstor, P. O. Box 56, St. Alton, Credit Manager. Will deliver, 300 W.4Q St. N.Y.C. DeoU fit nil Ripiriif. Club's top award at the banquet. before the closing of Its session Center under a grant from the
I EMPLOYER. New York 11412. I no obligation.SIP I Dr. Nabrlt will be cited for his in June. Anti-Defamation League of B'-
i Of Kid leadership at Howard university State Conference President ml BTlth, were made public
ILESSINCS! BLESSINGS ,Ail and his former role u UjS. Mrs. Ella 1.. Anderson,and Education here, May 26, by Dore Senary,
Representative to the United Committee Chairman ADL national chairman.
:' The man born with the gift Rev. Is flir Ml lulllSS Nations Charles B. Tisdale point out According to the survey, "the
Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Among others to be honored that "there Is no legislationin NAACP received 79%of the vote
FOR YOURSELF Georgia It is through God that E. Klin St. will be Mississippi NAACP the State of Connecticut that in metreyolltan areas; 70'"% in
I can remove all evil conditions, leader Charles Evers. declares (school) segregation New Yort; 84% in Chicago 87%
some questions you may wish tfi Television stars Bat Cosby UlegaL..that school segregation In Atlanta;and 92%, In Birming
know, FOR MEN AND VOHENPF and Robert Cnlp win receive is tepidly on the increase ball ham."
special honors for fostering a of Connecticut's major cities, In surveys conducted by various
DO YOU NEEb MONEY? All ACES spirit<*fellowship on their NBC thereby making this an emergency independent groups since
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? show "I Spy" situation." 1957 the NAACP has been the
Lt r aI CAN MY HUSBAND STOP Take New IMPROVED NATUBE The state NAACP also passed consistent leader in the civil
DRINKING? TABLETS for that tired resolution pertaining to school rights field. A poll by the Catholic
\7' CAN MY LOVE ONES BE ,run down feeling that keeps you TEETHING PAIN construction. It states in part Digest, 1957, revealed that ,
RETURNED? from enjoying life. 100 Tablets better than 90 cent of U.s.J
% MilllMM *f .1 H\l\ M NM-0IWJSL that "prevention or elimination per
$3.00; 200 Tablets $5.00. $1.00 "-HH| PM.-4y I IMnr 'd.4 Negroes regarded the NAACP,
1, Htfutrteim. r., k::"e of racial Imbalance must be an
They call me the (footman). PR DUCTS C.O.D. EMPIRE rrd"e:.< .it. p objective in all decisions involving u the most eUecUtulv11rJ&ftsorpnlzat1cn. !
ct"J But I am only servant of God SALES Dept. FS ahu..rht,Iww the selection of new .
..v Because God is the answer to 5937 N. Broadway, Chicago,01.' "':1'-y school sites and to construction These findings were later con
tall life's problems. a m t h e 60426. I 'a.Jele of additional school facilities." firmed by two Louis Harris
\ King of all Day Prophets. Send The resolution petitioned Go?. polls published in Newsweek In
for my special selected Bible NOTICE TO CREDITORS i r- 1963 and 1965.
verses. To be read 00 SPECIAL
DAYS. HELP WANTED -
To all creditors and all persons .
Send a self-addressed,stamped
envelope and $2.00 fort:Bible baring claims or demands Hale FAIRNESS SINCERITY JUSTICE:
I verses and spiritual Mei age.: against said estate.
You will receive Bible verses You, and each of you, are WORK AS REPORTER
tJy return mall hereby notified and requiredto *****.. ,
\ with theSmooth file claims and demands '
Send TO: any ,WILL TRAIN) AS. REPORTER.
Canadian, IRev. Roosevelt Franklin which, or either of you, may Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323Moncrlef ''
have the estate of Milton
against
Seagram's e30 Morrow Avenue Rd., Jax., Fla. I'' ElectA
Macon, Georgia 31201I Bonner Curry, deceased, late
of Duval County, Florida in the
j office of County Judges of Du r
specialize in all case work.
CWUIM: "HI&<<14 IIUD Of SU.ICUO CM U ta.HI tuna Oita M.8.NOW.IUUUM BISIIIUII COMMIT! ,U.C. Phone area code 91Z-'14.56475 val County, Room 101, County HELP WANTED
Courthouse Jacksonville,Du
val County, Florida, within six SALES PEOPLEMen man who is 'Civil Service
/ months from the date of the minded. A man who knows;
of its kind. first publication of this notice. and women, to seU adver 4 ', because he received a permanent
New-the first gasoline Each claim or demand must tising. Liberal draw, liveral civil service appointment.
be in writing and must state commission, easy work, quick !. He Is now retired and cane
the place of residence and post sales. You earn $75 to $150( if work for you.
office address of the claimant you're keen. Fringe benefits.
and must be sworn to by the Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323,
Now the Tigeru claimant, his agent, or his attorney moncrletJM.. cor., 13th..
or it will void according !

to law. Franklin (Frank) P.
Each creditor shall deliver ISABElLA OF PARIS
suffcient copies of his claim to I
enable the County Judge to mail mars .Met Diave the 'Amai-
has extra punch! one to each personal respre- log superior tonic tablets, peP'
an sentatlve. lor all the tings you want to do. KINCADERepublican
,Box !of 30, $1.00.Satil-
Dated June I, AJ>. 1967, Edna faction guaranteed or Money
D. Curry.as Administratrix of :ack. .For Men and Womea.
the Estate of Milton Bonner Candidate
ik4"ar Curry, deceased. P.O.. Box 230, Dept. S,Gary
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