<%BANNER%>

Florida star

UFPKY National Endowment for the Humanities LSTA SLAF
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID E20090114_AAAAEM INGEST_TIME 2009-01-15T05:11:09Z PACKAGE UF00028362_00464
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES
FILE SIZE 391802 ORIGIN DEPOSITOR GLOBAL FALSE DFID F20090115_AAAAMP PATH 00241.jpg PRESERVATION BIT MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM MD5 e7ba43453909274eeb75b751dcca8371SHA-1 37054075783087bdfe90747b7b04fd6d21e0c6e2
53975 F20090115_AAAAMQ 00241.QC.jpg 56179fcbb81ba3ab061691924576302c213267f9ff6093fb3797ac63f6230e93233042f4
6277057 F20090115_AAAAMR 00241.tif 02b61d68143710ef292a7b953ac521c7d38efaef90d1fefc1a1daca08f0c21fe1f25b1c6
45760 F20090115_AAAAMS 00241.txt 891056bc1129c7de702500fa5821c730df6d34ca7dc2eeb5520d2f6afb98b19ed5ad9c84
12980 F20090115_AAAAMT 00241thm.jpg 526379b6e3f1868625e522f0c1d963fa2b8847725fc28e015fa0a117ef76d30e8ea08626
799159 F20090115_AAAAMU 00242.jp2 d4ab01dc7f7282c9404a4029afaec6e6ee387e3cfaa011ff585af7c430bf8ebf87b49b2c
299593 F20090115_AAAAMV 00242.jpg 479ede6bba94289b6c115ca41ec5399b221ad3411f039310c628596798abc4c25cbf7457
45940 F20090115_AAAAMW 00242.QC.jpg 8d1fac4359b6ddb3e02658365eac91ba2785f10b816025c2ec2350c6a4111068347bb4a6
6388307 F20090115_AAAAMX 00242.tif dc435dd4cd8919b08603b82b9a1617fd7c9b953ffc7c34faeadca7948f25b2b0b23cee35
51196 F20090115_AAAAOA 00247.QC.jpg c8db527a76a30d387daf33936773216fb2d7c154d54cf19ced5478571590b07815f9c7c5
30912 F20090115_AAAAMY 00242.txt 736fea73455127fcbe47b7857cb4b18abd25e81bd9dfba66578b14b3e7eb806302be38c5
11937 F20090115_AAAAMZ 00242thm.jpg 83f4bf1ed6039166801992d8ae04524032ddb07760dfcf407cbfa738ecbedfeda2dc6934
6378728 F20090115_AAAAOB 00247.tif b67a2cab4ffd29f06ceb1a417cee6eded0805e2a274ad10a2821d9cae3742e1c7b7760d1
28112 F20090115_AAAAOC 00247.txt 2d2b7542a513072ef2d70c7c6d1794221ce180cac5b25c2ceae3721a1ede5be57ee440a3
12913 F20090115_AAAAOD 00247thm.jpg e687fcfa46ff10a03fa2539c26891cca6d0a50fbdba20586c1628358c766dc99d1c74c31
791645 F20090115_AAAAOE 00248.jp2 cfc20ee642ce49810700201230bd8f23fe155644e7b5161ffbbba45451e060bf0aa9e126
363951 F20090115_AAAAOF 00248.jpg aff944e3b67d87d0a49b43d49c7e8231e1545b367f3f12543e8e761196399a49246da735
51890 F20090115_AAAAOG 00248.QC.jpg 7d91f8c6c721cda00c2429ac840d1cd811de6af46bb032e1cf353b4a3e2f622e13ac846c
6326759 F20090115_AAAAOH 00248.tif 92a1bbf06ed07161af3bfa67403efdd4ea3560303c4db12667936626caef0512b89a5f74
40247 F20090115_AAAAOI 00248.txt edebc69a98e6bba0f0fe4f8d2342ca8d84fd255d4fbcda22583a6335aaa29a9d563ee5dc
12639 F20090115_AAAAOJ 00248thm.jpg 61c019d5f0479955c782a17809cb447970ee99cfc1a2f742cc8726cf0a265b37a0897fe3
805011 F20090115_AAAAOK 00249.jp2 1aae34df02ec3423bc7f04ca702a3847522551932f967d1523c8f88619b3c1f206d89e83
357393 F20090115_AAAAOL 00249.jpg 127f237db545f4ee53fa71110c0acc728af6e2bf499fef142bc18e46a827323fb58f24c7
52901 F20090115_AAAAOM 00249.QC.jpg 8cb556a5e2a0e4989fd244d716a51eca5dc6c7ef02c6651deb03106296d7071b373244ad
6440269 F20090115_AAAAON 00249.tif c875fde85cf2f361e9b37591b62570025ac5e18ccd32e76df8098d5cc2266185a81a359a
44680 F20090115_AAAAOO 00249.txt 132f17ab1c855322448cae24e34e8ed01a579a90ee82be7b56a935c5bdd26251b717aa4a
13301 F20090115_AAAAOP 00249thm.jpg 80c4863c1e90f91a61b0ce1f72b03302b3d44dbb9814be84e380bb08407235716ecc2ab3
15888 F20090115_AAAAOQ 1967061701.xml FULL e302ac6c99eacd5bad3f0230f1f0e3dd41da1a374103bbd8ee2c0996764e75d7d31cbbc0BROKEN_LINK 0240.jp20241.jp20242.jp20243.jp20244.jp20245.jp20246.jp20247.jp20248.jp20249.jp20240.txt0241.txt0242.txt0243.txt0244.txt0245.txt0246.txt0247.txt0248.txt0249.txt0240.tif0241.tif0242.tif0243.tif0244.tif0245.tif0246.tif0247.tif0248.tif0249.tif0240.jpg0241.jpg0242.jpg0243.jpg0244.jpg0245.jpg0246.jpg0247.jpg0248.jpg0249.jpg
21506 F20090115_AAAAOT UF00028362_00464.mets a6ad688b69371497d7267676795c48b011ec18c1530b5a6806e4623384f5d1492bb35005
800825 F20090115_AAAANA 00243.jp2 dd01c1677510944870fe5e3ed7748c5277269e3fb9ae50ec295b90230f9c63c5d598ed2b
24704 F20090115_AAAAOV UF00028362_00464.xml 47392f16e7f668120cad8328f1403695ae2e53eb4cc0b541d74d57868b62d98a35bab430
333866 F20090115_AAAANB 00243.jpg 6b7a1c0c7921cda7fc54c26160abf27f3445b58334faad5da7a61457f37f17beeee5adc8
50354 F20090115_AAAANC 00243.QC.jpg 3760ecbbfcf73a6bfa6cc836919479eed7e0500149acc5b9ca14ba66ea54963956aea6c6
6403502 F20090115_AAAAND 00243.tif 2a31e7a8f373540fc2b3c6fbb3a771d5acfb52302276782255b50a2803ee79c8adf4de99
30316 F20090115_AAAANE 00243.txt b6c9e55268c64388d9fbba9e2689761be567f4dc3bd2ce8e5a041059bd7687df0a26cc45
12556 F20090115_AAAANF 00243thm.jpg 5d44ca997de280635e239aecee2d1bbf9861b09815e99341d2489fb77c709e4b7d469af8
816916 F20090115_AAAANG 00244.jp2 5dce6e106b92147bd32777c316432d38be7b7e0a6162ccf0bd26761fffabd59f3ec9ff9b
303635 F20090115_AAAANH 00244.jpg d2605d7e51ad5ee100fbd50011d8fe82a0013d4dcccb93b4f39669592ccfbe44ba4690d7
45787 F20090115_AAAANI 00244.QC.jpg 1bc18ea6627c31de6bebb819be027aa799eab9484ec26427c58f69c7a4db47ec3036c878
6532835 F20090115_AAAANJ 00244.tif 4b88cc21b6ec03538a82649f00cad270ddb2adc64f568c688cc5c9df91c3748257c50463
28361 F20090115_AAAANK 00244.txt 5445a4bd26a045f08291b75b380ef5711df41891d9f596c899b8b8576968cf6a6621a787
11763 F20090115_AAAANL 00244thm.jpg f5d31a0fb7b751379b6a0b63acde100d953b971bb23a5059fd2df4463bd7bf2c5354be6f
804808 F20090115_AAAANM 00245.jp2 964ba0b9ac61325affd571a1eb18c1612b4c242ac9389f87f023a9adb163536b09d2297e
333835 F20090115_AAAANN 00245.jpg 8785b1bb46c1a0ed8bc6023203c2c3fa6f207265377592513ab2866866c7dc46e52f291e
48966 F20090115_AAAANO 00245.QC.jpg d7eb56e94d1efac68104a543ff446cbf734fd387b0c95dd020b7d1cf3fd349ebd8189fd8
6428999 F20090115_AAAANP 00245.tif 1c41f699d07de41f2a9b67059fadea88485abc092730669f3215d38f8acaaef707b40f5f
44787 F20090115_AAAANQ 00245.txt 5b0944387795924d0d0840ad66552d2cea9098fc80c818faeb4fb42f47f5a4e6ba015639
12453 F20090115_AAAANR 00245thm.jpg 12705d9f999639bdb11b769419015abc1f2b92f918f9b28d67b14f541aff2a4bc2bef594
797390 F20090115_AAAANS 00246.jp2 e7e9115a42d8f1d664011ab948e4c1a90efb1966d871871af7bb6d3c374ed0c85fcee94d
363154 F20090115_AAAANT 00246.jpg 67f3c8970a2f506234dcf3ad3d2363143e4c79c3ec8c56ead2c2b0cbb8209710d6263f98
50422 F20090115_AAAANU 00246.QC.jpg af4a168aef7afda0d386db357682b5cf416c2350d4b3109263cb364cba8eba1b2fd6b68e
6372739 F20090115_AAAANV 00246.tif f9bda923a2a3e55028fe3b2fa7725d8f325c5c8848498e6777adec51282aa2570bb1d7df
44088 F20090115_AAAANW 00246.txt 565da9b9399db9b6f66a06398c11f1342476102bdf1a65a52e8058a94ebda8dd7a2e87af
12145 F20090115_AAAANX 00246thm.jpg 56e2d15758810ee300ad7de86ee3a432ec479e1719e9707b207717cafd043e4c2992294e
797707 F20090115_AAAANY 00247.jp2 dfeb3cba80f306a1d8600ab9a73ada5e5f8aa0bfaec16b6b4e5c36fb08fd89235fd3ed24
325538 F20090115_AAAANZ 00247.jpg 993dfa483b6cf1f85d4f471d6edf13a4495ab7f243cae7e5d4005a1893092e2a3a94bca6
790229 F20090115_AAAAMI 00240.jp2 288edbbf58d546b823f7ec0cacec5f2baed8e6eceee52a9ec8e953bac8bfe0a85c0a480c
358613 F20090115_AAAAMJ 00240.jpg 4d9bf7b166a11b1b6aaa1574ab3c4dff60b7af4f7e858dd7fc3e71f81bbe77eeb8b2590e
51532 F20090115_AAAAMK 00240.QC.jpg d16a0bf5ffac0b53d2fd02a4bec7300e0721d9b4944b069f445f69118691b8e0a985bc48
6321865 F20090115_AAAAML 00240.tif 9969f1108dbc5e37c03b4866fcfca5fd3d626e12163743ba8527cf7906020a46647b5843
39992 F20090115_AAAAMM 00240.txt 0d24a85f57b9640427fa08f50c93785f34b8508716a2824035929d491b14a0a94097295e
12696 F20090115_AAAAMN 00240thm.jpg 6ce09b9989bfd3ac39ad88ff91b3d6abd9e8f1e03ffce2be02fabcd555440866c79f10e4
785407 F20090115_AAAAMO 00241.jp2 3dd74b89e09ab564451a31d95662c7c664a53a37019302c97b13aa7449c41a84ce3bcc41


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID E20090220_AAACDJ INGEST_TIME 2009-02-22T23:12:34Z PACKAGE UF00028362_00464
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES
FILE SIZE 363154 ORIGIN DEPOSITOR GLOBAL FALSE DFID F20090222_AABOXZ PATH 00246.jpg PRESERVATION BIT MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM MD5 67f3c8970a2f506234dcf3ad3d236314SHA-1 3e4c79c3ec8c56ead2c2b0cbb8209710d6263f98
22174 F20090222_AABOZB UF00028362_00464.xml FULL 78d6c57f9cab852d94f4828c0a4c9c5aab36ecd5d2e9aa47864e7ad5ab40f2b8dacd3c46
790229 F20090222_AABOWO 00240.jp2 288edbbf58d546b823f7ec0cacec5f2baed8e6eceee52a9ec8e953bac8bfe0a85c0a480c
358613 F20090222_AABOWP 00240.jpg 4d9bf7b166a11b1b6aaa1574ab3c4dff60b7af4f7e858dd7fc3e71f81bbe77eeb8b2590e
51532 F20090222_AABOWQ 00240.QC.jpg d16a0bf5ffac0b53d2fd02a4bec7300e0721d9b4944b069f445f69118691b8e0a985bc48
6321865 F20090222_AABOWR 00240.tif 9969f1108dbc5e37c03b4866fcfca5fd3d626e12163743ba8527cf7906020a46647b5843
39992 F20090222_AABOWS 00240.txt 0d24a85f57b9640427fa08f50c93785f34b8508716a2824035929d491b14a0a94097295e
12696 F20090222_AABOWT 00240thm.jpg 6ce09b9989bfd3ac39ad88ff91b3d6abd9e8f1e03ffce2be02fabcd555440866c79f10e4
785407 F20090222_AABOWU 00241.jp2 3dd74b89e09ab564451a31d95662c7c664a53a37019302c97b13aa7449c41a84ce3bcc41
391802 F20090222_AABOWV 00241.jpg e7ba43453909274eeb75b751dcca837137054075783087bdfe90747b7b04fd6d21e0c6e2
53975 F20090222_AABOWW 00241.QC.jpg 56179fcbb81ba3ab061691924576302c213267f9ff6093fb3797ac63f6230e93233042f4
6277057 F20090222_AABOWX 00241.tif 02b61d68143710ef292a7b953ac521c7d38efaef90d1fefc1a1daca08f0c21fe1f25b1c6
45760 F20090222_AABOWY 00241.txt 891056bc1129c7de702500fa5821c730df6d34ca7dc2eeb5520d2f6afb98b19ed5ad9c84
50422 F20090222_AABOYA 00246.QC.jpg af4a168aef7afda0d386db357682b5cf416c2350d4b3109263cb364cba8eba1b2fd6b68e
6372739 F20090222_AABOYB 00246.tif f9bda923a2a3e55028fe3b2fa7725d8f325c5c8848498e6777adec51282aa2570bb1d7df
12980 F20090222_AABOWZ 00241thm.jpg 526379b6e3f1868625e522f0c1d963fa2b8847725fc28e015fa0a117ef76d30e8ea08626
44088 F20090222_AABOYC 00246.txt 565da9b9399db9b6f66a06398c11f1342476102bdf1a65a52e8058a94ebda8dd7a2e87af
12145 F20090222_AABOYD 00246thm.jpg 56e2d15758810ee300ad7de86ee3a432ec479e1719e9707b207717cafd043e4c2992294e
797707 F20090222_AABOYE 00247.jp2 dfeb3cba80f306a1d8600ab9a73ada5e5f8aa0bfaec16b6b4e5c36fb08fd89235fd3ed24
325538 F20090222_AABOYF 00247.jpg 993dfa483b6cf1f85d4f471d6edf13a4495ab7f243cae7e5d4005a1893092e2a3a94bca6
51196 F20090222_AABOYG 00247.QC.jpg c8db527a76a30d387daf33936773216fb2d7c154d54cf19ced5478571590b07815f9c7c5
6378728 F20090222_AABOYH 00247.tif b67a2cab4ffd29f06ceb1a417cee6eded0805e2a274ad10a2821d9cae3742e1c7b7760d1
28112 F20090222_AABOYI 00247.txt 2d2b7542a513072ef2d70c7c6d1794221ce180cac5b25c2ceae3721a1ede5be57ee440a3
12913 F20090222_AABOYJ 00247thm.jpg e687fcfa46ff10a03fa2539c26891cca6d0a50fbdba20586c1628358c766dc99d1c74c31
791645 F20090222_AABOYK 00248.jp2 cfc20ee642ce49810700201230bd8f23fe155644e7b5161ffbbba45451e060bf0aa9e126
363951 F20090222_AABOYL 00248.jpg aff944e3b67d87d0a49b43d49c7e8231e1545b367f3f12543e8e761196399a49246da735
51890 F20090222_AABOYM 00248.QC.jpg 7d91f8c6c721cda00c2429ac840d1cd811de6af46bb032e1cf353b4a3e2f622e13ac846c
6326759 F20090222_AABOYN 00248.tif 92a1bbf06ed07161af3bfa67403efdd4ea3560303c4db12667936626caef0512b89a5f74
40247 F20090222_AABOYO 00248.txt edebc69a98e6bba0f0fe4f8d2342ca8d84fd255d4fbcda22583a6335aaa29a9d563ee5dc
12639 F20090222_AABOYP 00248thm.jpg 61c019d5f0479955c782a17809cb447970ee99cfc1a2f742cc8726cf0a265b37a0897fe3
805011 F20090222_AABOYQ 00249.jp2 1aae34df02ec3423bc7f04ca702a3847522551932f967d1523c8f88619b3c1f206d89e83
357393 F20090222_AABOYR 00249.jpg 127f237db545f4ee53fa71110c0acc728af6e2bf499fef142bc18e46a827323fb58f24c7
52901 F20090222_AABOYS 00249.QC.jpg 8cb556a5e2a0e4989fd244d716a51eca5dc6c7ef02c6651deb03106296d7071b373244ad
6440269 F20090222_AABOYT 00249.tif c875fde85cf2f361e9b37591b62570025ac5e18ccd32e76df8098d5cc2266185a81a359a
44680 F20090222_AABOYU 00249.txt 132f17ab1c855322448cae24e34e8ed01a579a90ee82be7b56a935c5bdd26251b717aa4a
799159 F20090222_AABOXA 00242.jp2 d4ab01dc7f7282c9404a4029afaec6e6ee387e3cfaa011ff585af7c430bf8ebf87b49b2c
13301 F20090222_AABOYV 00249thm.jpg 80c4863c1e90f91a61b0ce1f72b03302b3d44dbb9814be84e380bb08407235716ecc2ab3
299593 F20090222_AABOXB 00242.jpg 479ede6bba94289b6c115ca41ec5399b221ad3411f039310c628596798abc4c25cbf7457
15888 F20090222_AABOYW 1967061701.xml e302ac6c99eacd5bad3f0230f1f0e3dd41da1a374103bbd8ee2c0996764e75d7d31cbbc0BROKEN_LINK 0240.jp20241.jp20242.jp20243.jp20244.jp20245.jp20246.jp20247.jp20248.jp20249.jp20240.txt0241.txt0242.txt0243.txt0244.txt0245.txt0246.txt0247.txt0248.txt0249.txt0240.tif0241.tif0242.tif0243.tif0244.tif0245.tif0246.tif0247.tif0248.tif0249.tif0240.jpg0241.jpg0242.jpg0243.jpg0244.jpg0245.jpg0246.jpg0247.jpg0248.jpg0249.jpg
45940 F20090222_AABOXC 00242.QC.jpg 8d1fac4359b6ddb3e02658365eac91ba2785f10b816025c2ec2350c6a4111068347bb4a6
6388307 F20090222_AABOXD 00242.tif dc435dd4cd8919b08603b82b9a1617fd7c9b953ffc7c34faeadca7948f25b2b0b23cee35
30912 F20090222_AABOXE 00242.txt 736fea73455127fcbe47b7857cb4b18abd25e81bd9dfba66578b14b3e7eb806302be38c5
19485 F20090222_AABOYZ UF00028362_00464.mets f5c6397e52691788303b19a71e2f3a4ada7c961aca4d3d342d2f7ebc922fa03f44caf9d6
11937 F20090222_AABOXF 00242thm.jpg 83f4bf1ed6039166801992d8ae04524032ddb07760dfcf407cbfa738ecbedfeda2dc6934
800825 F20090222_AABOXG 00243.jp2 dd01c1677510944870fe5e3ed7748c5277269e3fb9ae50ec295b90230f9c63c5d598ed2b
333866 F20090222_AABOXH 00243.jpg 6b7a1c0c7921cda7fc54c26160abf27f3445b58334faad5da7a61457f37f17beeee5adc8
50354 F20090222_AABOXI 00243.QC.jpg 3760ecbbfcf73a6bfa6cc836919479eed7e0500149acc5b9ca14ba66ea54963956aea6c6
6403502 F20090222_AABOXJ 00243.tif 2a31e7a8f373540fc2b3c6fbb3a771d5acfb52302276782255b50a2803ee79c8adf4de99
30316 F20090222_AABOXK 00243.txt b6c9e55268c64388d9fbba9e2689761be567f4dc3bd2ce8e5a041059bd7687df0a26cc45
12556 F20090222_AABOXL 00243thm.jpg 5d44ca997de280635e239aecee2d1bbf9861b09815e99341d2489fb77c709e4b7d469af8
816916 F20090222_AABOXM 00244.jp2 5dce6e106b92147bd32777c316432d38be7b7e0a6162ccf0bd26761fffabd59f3ec9ff9b
303635 F20090222_AABOXN 00244.jpg d2605d7e51ad5ee100fbd50011d8fe82a0013d4dcccb93b4f39669592ccfbe44ba4690d7
45787 F20090222_AABOXO 00244.QC.jpg 1bc18ea6627c31de6bebb819be027aa799eab9484ec26427c58f69c7a4db47ec3036c878
6532835 F20090222_AABOXP 00244.tif 4b88cc21b6ec03538a82649f00cad270ddb2adc64f568c688cc5c9df91c3748257c50463
28361 F20090222_AABOXQ 00244.txt 5445a4bd26a045f08291b75b380ef5711df41891d9f596c899b8b8576968cf6a6621a787
11763 F20090222_AABOXR 00244thm.jpg f5d31a0fb7b751379b6a0b63acde100d953b971bb23a5059fd2df4463bd7bf2c5354be6f
804808 F20090222_AABOXS 00245.jp2 964ba0b9ac61325affd571a1eb18c1612b4c242ac9389f87f023a9adb163536b09d2297e
333835 F20090222_AABOXT 00245.jpg 8785b1bb46c1a0ed8bc6023203c2c3fa6f207265377592513ab2866866c7dc46e52f291e
48966 F20090222_AABOXU 00245.QC.jpg d7eb56e94d1efac68104a543ff446cbf734fd387b0c95dd020b7d1cf3fd349ebd8189fd8
6428999 F20090222_AABOXV 00245.tif 1c41f699d07de41f2a9b67059fadea88485abc092730669f3215d38f8acaaef707b40f5f
44787 F20090222_AABOXW 00245.txt 5b0944387795924d0d0840ad66552d2cea9098fc80c818faeb4fb42f47f5a4e6ba015639
12453 F20090222_AABOXX 00245thm.jpg 12705d9f999639bdb11b769419015abc1f2b92f918f9b28d67b14f541aff2a4bc2bef594
797390 F20090222_AABOXY 00246.jp2 e7e9115a42d8f1d664011ab948e4c1a90efb1966d871871af7bb6d3c374ed0c85fcee94d


MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00464

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00464

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news


This item has the following downloads:


Full Text
..n-- rry .n. ....+.-....
."- .._ ._ .r.--y .. ...r .. ._ Y. . TTt
.1
.


I Ii





,...tBOJc ... ._ ,e .r. ;0.-9" : : ; :::. 1plt D1f. hU. \ ;


.. ...




NEGROES CALLED. : BEFORE GRAND JURIES




# ## ###########'. .###### q. ## ...# ..k # .... *#T.*##.#*....".."..


UNIVERSITY' or FLIRID1L1 r J fear' ':More Tampa ,Riotsl i ,


U'7 .
GAINESVILLE a FI 1. I :; p -=----- ==_- ----------;---- jyot j-! :: *********.*.** '*.*'*.*.**. *-**



._ WANr1&'MARTLXiNGFINTERNATIONALVEJT FOR






MEET



.***** ,


Titnpa Riot l Scene Ip.o,

17 NO. 11' ,SUIIIAY JIVE 11, 1SI7 : 15 CENTS #

.**** ******>*** ,? ** ;| diliWifeiTosses *W-, *



Lye ,>iiii1tllSb.al l l ic ,"II, .


*** *** ** ** t%* ** ** ***** **.]i. -
-i



GO V KIRK SIGNS I BILL "" TTIT : iL ,t








BANNING NTE SCORES ra i,



"
********' "*'*'********


Dr. J. I. E. ScottIs BOB HTE FIrCertHkltlol Jax PoliticiansGive



Firemen battle OM of several large fires set- during a night of wild rioting here ;lastSooday -

SubpoenaedFor Of TeachersTALLAHASSEE TestimonyTo and early Monday morning UPI TELEPHOTO .1


Gov. Claude
Kirk signed Into a law a bill "Justifiable"

Testimony exempting the National Teachers Federal Jury P.O. Discrimination
Rule
Examination U a reqlre- Killing ,

ment for teacher cerlficationln *'*
Jacksonville is u tense as a group around a powder-keg "

ready to blow up following a report this week that the County 'lehhelegislature gave the bill to Mrs. Hatlie Dii; 'Funk Hampton; Irks NegroesTAMPAAn Labeled "Gross"WASHINGTONtD.CAsnby

grand Jury currently In session calling In several Negroes ,the Governor on Wednesday
who are connected with the Board of Public Instruction totestily It without official ruling cI'
was signed complications. J.J. And
Nixon Edward Holt
at bearlogs.Foremast be probing Into purchases of Since the law was approved > Justifiable homicide was issued G.Smith,Prestdentotthe National I
among the list is and mater by the legislature on Wednesday In connection Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, has charged the
maintenance ether
Dr. JJ E. Scott, a school ials by school officials and the It has been handicap to Florida Involved In Federal. Jury J Probe 'with a white poUcemWD shooting United States Post Office with gross dtrcrlmlnatlon and called:

supervisor and assistant to in recruiting experienced .f. a 19-year Negro onSunday.] This for immediate action to provide equal employment opportunity
Supt. kh Brant who was possibility of kick-backs which teachers. While the action of the County Grand Jury u Involves announcement has brought fear' for all postal employees. Smith called the U.s. Postal Service -'

SIqO DUI( to testify at bearing had long in been Informed a subject of discussion State SchoolSupt.Floyd Christian Jacksonville Negroes has local citizens butting another Investigation of possibly more rioting In the "one of the most politically oriented operations in the

Friday nlaht. sources.Another complimented the Legislature -the Federal Grand,Jury-Is causing much ex.citementiapolitical area.
Federal
government", and said Negroes do not play a sign-,
which Is
it '
: Otlerswhites) WBOBAvebaeaDR. believed the matter panel Is investigating and the Connor for lifting -... circles., ->> \, .-., ., .,.As alghUallapprcecbjtbe4OO) ,flcantroletatne.l'poliUce' the.sjstem.. '.'
.this requirement The till was National Guardsmen, allowed
It was learned this week that nesses whom' the FLORIDA
is
alleged Jobsellingwhich Stating that only one Negro predecessors. .
backed Florida to home Wednesday -
the returned
strongly by ,
several moths those called In to give STAR ,contacted would divulgeInformation go theNAPrt>V I
among
was aired Education Association. Christian to their armory when .In Post Office today holds a' Smith said that ,
ago but saw the brining of no said be has already directed testimony concerning mattersthe concerning the 100 more, stood ''by all day policy-making position,' the union with formal recognitionin

charges by the State Attorney's his staff to ahead and start body is investigating were bearing. Sheriff Malcolm Beard however JUPFE official said the postal the Post Office Department
office for lack of conclusive processing go applications for In view of the fact that Mrs. said be would not send' agency is guilty maklngwell- "rejects the theory that there
'
't
4 I ; evidence. Dix and Frank Hampton have publicized appointemtns to Is a halfway bouse on the road
.. certificates for thecomlngyear the troops or the masstrepoliceriot
.. \! Still others believe that the without requiring the National been at odds' for more than squads under his commandInto create a false illusion of equal to equality to which consider

I J'i; grand Jury may be looking Into Teachers Examination: score u a year over his alleged attempts the troubled areas unless !"opportunity able portion of American clti

1 vi some of the charges leveled at a requirement. to dictate hiring under new riots erupted. Beard reported "The Department Is playing a tens can be consigned." He added -

: Supt. lab Brant by School Board, the Equal Opportunity program to Gov. Kirk that at the :said, "and has created an EquaT that hlsorganirationieprepared
member Don Wells who Is continuing Youth Shot which she charged In a letterto first sign of violence be would i.Employment Opportunity Unit to use all legitimatemeans
jlit. the Proverty Chief Sargent to focus attention the
'- his campaign for take the troops into the area( which Is entirely inadequate and on
removal of the school super Shrlver and other state and Department's Indifference to
with no holds barred. which is apparently devoid o f
intendent. From VehicleJACKSONVILLE federal officials: there Is belief He the promotion of minority employees -
corrective authority.
the uniformed
JJJ. SCOTT During day a any
With the calling of Dr. Scott that the federal grand Jurymay watchman said two Negroespul-1 said present the EEO program and will enlist the assistance -

subpoenaed are Sarah Dowllng, there Is a feeling of certainty Ruben be looking into the matter. led alongside his car on a Is understaffed and poorly fund- of other unions civil
comptroller, Board Public Instruction that several principals and or It Is also recalled that Mrs.I fullstaffedand rights groups, Congress aDd the
Evans of 1220 1/2 Davis St, highway and tired a shot that ed. Calling for a
Samuel Schuster of I I Dlx, In her political rued with "White House about
; teachers of both'sexes will be 19 assaulted from a ,shattered his window. Joseph well-tuuodedprogrammann- In bringing >
was
Unlverslal Seating Co., 1106 S. called, to give testimony. age vehicle the Hampton following the airport W. Lenelin 39 said he ed intelligent and dedicated meaningful change.
passing on mornIng pulled I
Edgewood Ave, Peter CarOol- bond election took Hampton to The union bead said that It Is
of June 14, around 945: from the road and fired back but' personnel, Smith said his group
ter, 1508 Glengarry Rd., John task for the manner inwhlch operating against an "estab:
is seeking enforcement regulations -
T. Parker, 9170 Boo Air Drive JIX Man Is a.m. be handled his end of campaigning no one was reported Injured. lishment" that makes promises
the
The victim states that be was Sheriff Beard's decision to that can shorten per-
East Ralph W. Ogden, 1157 I for the passage of the I it has no intention of keeping,
and
going South over the Lee St- keep the thousand-man riot iod between complaint relief -
East 15th SL, John D. Thomas Victim Viaduct sidewalk on the Eastside ... MRS. HATTIE HZ bill.J force in reserve apparently was,: and provide disciplinary promulgates programs it has
4417 Palmer Ave., Katerlne D. Lye J. Nixon is an eastslde businessman no idea of putting into practice -
and as be got halfway over Frank Hampton, Mrs Rattle an effort to preserve an nn-. action against violators.'Snrttlfsald .
Wilson, 2002 LibertySt,Junes who has played an IeEDWARD and talks about ideals It
unknown In a truce worked out Tueo. that the equality of
some persons Dix, ?.J. Nixon and Edward J. easy
H. Savage, 205 East 7th St.,and Is determined will never be
1956 Cbevorlet four door light been day with Negro leaders. opportunity win only come Into
Tossed By Wife Holt, nil of whom have .
Mrs. John Parker
T. 9170 Bon translated Into r itles.
leaders the postal service when patron-
color fired a shot from the in
actively" engaged politics. '
Air Drive East. struts lulls He said that If I e white ma-
front seat None of the reported witIll's4 during.daytime age and special Influence are
cc ,
Because the grand Jury investigations I )only continue &e "absurd
JACKSONVILLE Joseph In the rioting beard complaintsabout ruled out. Not only are the positions '
.-
are secret and witnesses "' of Postmaster and Rural practice of misusing Its color
Jackson, 47, of 217 1/2 North IE5111111t1! : shabby housing joblessness -
involved are prohibited ; to be a badge of superiority,
toDMCoo and poor education and ;Letter Carrier achleveathrough
from discussing the nature tithe Myrtle Ave, was rushed ', NAPFE it cannot complain when other
June 13 after a heated argument recreational facilities. But' political assistance the
,
the of the Nation resortto
of
bearing Y segments
issuing subpoenas for purpose the persons with his wife, Elizabeth rAMWT VOTNKAt mostly, they said.Negroes were official stated bud so at are the equa'ly' Irrational cries of
bitter about their grade
treatments positions
has not been divulged. Jackson, of stated the same that address.when became }J":." "" fI"::: ;' \' .from policemen. Department's GS-1 and above. The regional black power and riot In -the

There is,however widespread' home around 7:00 p.m., HSgJdi. i'r: IE- ...... ... r. :" ,1" '" The results of the inquiry concernlng -, positions are a part of the patronage streets."
speculation that the might'
panel on the evening of,June 13', be J T ;races ,iB.part1cu ar,8bould\, Gl' the shooting on last system and above first King Sought

found some wine bottles in the triswst laportance to everyvoer OH--O.rR.d Sunday was announced by State level supervision allpost of

Jonkin's Bar-B-Q I car. Upon mentioning this to 'i' Running'' a Deaiocratic ',..i-.e: Atty. Paul AntloorLNegrolad-that If Cal- flees In spite of the who efforts obtain of As Keynoter
bad
predicted
ers some postmasters
his wife there
were
Elisabeth tot., is Nans''TanIerr'aedrau1g
mfrr } vert, the policeman, were found some promotions on merit,out
Hit ByJACKSONVILLE GunineN some them. Later heated the words victims between asked, *efeoja
his wife to give him the keys to .These,"are candiia' *. ..{ .ba.t\.M: live role in elections including: Tuesday could be shattered by Smith added, because minorities STOCKHOLM -CNPQ Dr.

< -A branch of .the car. According to Jackson,' m3 'ta'aqppart' becanae, th., '.,....-tf the airport bond election and the return d mobs to the are not proportionately', Martin Luther King is being

leDt1 s'. Bar-B-Q was the Instead d giving him the keysto MFyu'tatraema'udproir, 8"h iwl j-1 y : the waterfront bond election; streets, rioting shooting;burnIng ,presented the Congress,they sought U the keynote speaker

f cane of a holdup. the 'car she threw some' 1I1111'j't'. r,J,. Holt, who serves u a deputy and looting. receive less of toe available better for a major international conference '

According to reliable sources "Lye" In his face and body Mr.,:Tangier's: S Republican. opfitw i! *l constable under Constable I' "Under the facts, circumstances Jobs. He said the present that will try to find away .
one of Jeaklrfs Bar-B-p stands,' which caused extensive Injury | Harry Sands has also bee n1 evidence and law of the system also,discriminates against to bring peace to Vietnam
located on the Eastside of Jacksonville to his left eye.The 'oIan'entire; supporter. lt'twi"toc4.sIda'at.r"andwlabels :' active to sober of elseFBAMCHAMFTOHj State of Florida AnUnorlsald, many of the aajolrty, The International Conferenceon

at 1084 Florida Ave,I, victim told authorities, .. hl.s.lf"a; *: aV *-'rMnat4M "the death of Martin Chambers race. Vietnam will be held in

was robbed by three Negro mea., that the incident occurred ln[ J Republican. ._ *MpnWlewi: :0111JU F. must be ruled Justifiable homicide. "It Is our appeal that the Civil Stockholm from July .... ,

Sources say that the men entered the backyard of his residence. < Bawbee!.has. .publicelly.: stated:kin sI ." Antlnorl continued,"we Service Act of 1883 be extendedto One of the confeence organ!-

me establishment around Shortly after the Incident, ..,..lUoD, to Federal.,program in,,:lcl: cannot simply for the purpose provide for a merit system ters, Mrs. Perry Duff, a veteran .
12:49 a.m.. and said this Is a Jackson was driven to DMC by I vemat. in ,other words, Mrs" Rwbree, of appeasement, discard the In the postal service. We know figure In the British peace
,.. hold op don't anybody move. private car and according to' : laws. To do so would mean that there are many numbers of movement, recently flew to the

'Each d the were armed with a reports be was hospitalized and Mead-tart that society Is nothing. the law Congress who favor a total merit United States to urge Dr. Knjg
22-callbre pistols. is nothing." system and tie: National Civil
treated the session
by Dr. Chase. to address opening
Mel bborhood youth Corps On*Job- fraifhing< ."
,
After made <
the had
suspects Authorities attempted to pickup .. tde Audi of Job opportunities Service League has stated Its d the conference In the Swedish
their intentions know to the suspect at the home of Joe and Baay other programs that have:given a lack of genuine communication convictions that the present capital on July 6.turns.to .
customers and employees one Jobs and fostered the needs of our is not the vehicle to
Jackson but, when they arrived. as> with the masses by local system ; Duff O her nI -
of the gunmen made his way children, us Smith con- olmthat *
she had vacated the premises. > officials were listed as two carry forward 8tockh Dr. Hag *
behind the counter and opened Jackson stated that be will takeout I ,In.,addition to these two .facts we must sible causes of the Negro pos unrest tinued. I had been unable to make a

the cash register. The cash a warrant for the suspect: remember that |irs. Mary Littlejohn The Negro leaders The NAPES he said will ask definite commitment becaaae:

register was robbed of 35.00' as soon as possible. 1 Singleton has already been elected a I* e strongly believe vice and cor-. Postmaster General Lawrence of the tense situation expected
but the bandits had not finished
the Job yet Before leaving the Jacksonville man is In Aral >. *e r:' of tne council that'. she,::is ,alDe.creta + V iruptloo stimulated by "politi- O'Brien' to for equal an "bonest opportunity commitment la many' black gbettoes this

'prem1se.IIIt.mpIoJeellldcuatamers Medical Center suffering from and in order '.for" 'fc*r t. '*<5 al !cat bars" operating In the Negro for and at summer The Nobel Peace prlxe
severely burns suffered during minority employees" winner recently criticised W. .
lifted of their job it 11 I', 'be aece+.tiiry tkMfr neighborhoods to be, tilt
I IUaIi.
were a heated dispute with Us wife, ; tri ; the same time will seek more policy in Vietnam and argued'
valuables and cash, also. r last Tuesday evening. .... support.',of> a Dett. ocr_ I..r,\ -- i major cause though. ;vigorous enforcement action I that It was draining away vital
the sourcesof
that
It
Authorities are still looking :. ... II "_t what w* mm air 1laf*.. Since several d the persons seems :form the civil Service Comml-1 I resources that should Instead
the Yic.aDd corruption comes
for the gun sling bandits. Reports 4h called In by the panel have been radon' under Executive Order I
t f. : :
. .. u (from ",absentee owners" who be spent on the war against
have It that the three .
Identified u political activists 11248. He noted however that
!IHVoteH! !!! take of thousands poverty IDSldethSUotie4SItes.One
the men time were of casually the robbery dressed, rang-at.,' there lation 1s regarding considerable whether specn-i ctber'poUt1ca1 :dd'cfsis from neighborhood, I the only Alliance CM"brlefaudleocv'bythepresent has been granted of Dr. King's top aides.
the James Bevel las
back to the Rev. ,
login ages from approximately ;'. Vote JIM 20. v- <.wd. figures and ticket pur-, Negro and give.delinquent nothing teeanagers.| Postmaster General ;agreed to participate. Ia tile Juryconference. ..'
22 to 29 ,
old. ?
years ver ors.will be called In._ .'J ,contrary to the practice of his_ "V*

,

h.! } \


.. ..... . .. & ,



I

2 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JUNE 17, 17THK



FLORIDA NEWS STAR :IiiJLi: Equal j



By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
Published by the Florida Star publishing C

CONSUMER FRAUDS IN THE GHETTO

MEMBER
Ira tough enough to be poor and discriminated against
but the poor in the ghetto also pay a "color tar" In the

NEGRO P TIONAL: 1E form of higher costs for food, housing, credit, and Inadequate
t services due to discrimination. And they art also the victims

E of outright fraud ,
Consumer frauds and cheating cost the nation -

ERIC 0. UtfPSON' Miiafiti HIM many billions of dollars per year, a'cost
paid mainly by the poor who are victimized j)
by these practices. is the legitimate -I
IIDA WOOTEN ......Circnlalioi Maiiier businessman who loses sales to the *'.IIII

I 'rn I crooked outfits and who often is tagged with

2323 Moicrief' Read MlftfflfiM.r7n"CJ} (on the, the distrust poor. caused by the crooks who prey'I I I

Not that all of them are crooks in the eyes of law. Tnt law

Mailing Address v doesn't cover many sharp practices and the poor, who are
likely to be less educated fall for many a dodge which: maybe
P.O. 3oi 599 Jicksiiriljl i 'fiVldi 1 32201 legal, but is dishonest and unfair. A fraud by any other

name Is still fraud.
i One of the ways poor consumers art victimised is through
MIAYb d1FCC( excessive credit charges. Since poor people don't always have
k u the cash to the need and since they can't
buy things they ,
t..
5018 Ntf Jih !AriVnoDi' 751-3879 get the credit they need from banks which consider them poor
"\\ risks, they have to buy on time. Even legitimate business
rarely tell a customer how much: real Interest he is paying.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Liy' Fore example a monthly Interest charge of 11/Z per cent a
One rear, $6.00 Half Year, $4. 00 'h 4 r .wa 1 Li4'dk.. month could figure out to IJ percent a year.A .
Called to you, Anywhere in the United states New York housewife who bought t freezer unit otteres an,
'
Subscription payable In advance example of the frauds which socommon.Sbe called a company

Send<< Check or ,Money Order to: which advertised a plan on television and the salesman
said she would save so much on food that the freezer wouldbe
FLORIDA -
STAR
P.O. BOX 599
free. She signed a contract for t freezer priced at $995
Jacksonville
1, Florida
and two months of meat and frozen food at $189.With three

years of credit and other charges, the bill came to $1,454
FAMU'S FUTURE: WHAT'S NEXT? without the food The "two months" of food ran out in fin
weeks, and when she realized she bad been gypped the I
Two strikes are already against Florida housewife turned to the Legal Aid society for help. They got !,
A&M University existence as we have her out of the contract, but the real moral of the story is

known it for nearly 80 years. found in the fact that a comparable freezer In a reputable

First, its location in the same city FORCES OF HATE..ON THE OFFENSIVE store sold for $459-about $1,000 less than the shady deal I,
A6AINIYOlWeekiy !
(Tallahassee) with the Florida State she was trapped Into. :
University is a retarding factor. If you are victimized by frauds complain to the state and
have .. -..--'-.- .. local authorities whose business it is to stop>> consumer
Second FAMU' educational programs -- -- .. .. .. --- .. -.. ..
been geared to traditional course r- frauds and to the Better Business Bureau. Door-to-door

offerings that have been challenged salesmen with furniture, books, and other goodies, should :
be checked out carefully before anything is signed. They I
but they were not
educational changes, j
with the arrival of the E may be perfectly legitimate, but too many people have signed I
forthcoming even
contracts and ended up recreating that they did.
and its
desegregation directive conse-' A common >practice> is for outfits to sell goods on the Installment
quences. ( plan and then sell the contract to a credit company -,
Now, on the basis of financial economy a or a bank which then collects the Installments from
proposal has been projected that FAMU Horoscope Guide i the customer. If something Is wrong with the merchandisethe
*
should be merged with Florida State Uni- original company can't be found and the credit company

versity, the larger institution having is free from any responsibility.
12,000 students.A I The Senate Banking Committee recently beard some testimony
number of proponents for the continued By PABLO The ASTROLOGER from people who had been victimized by these credit
of FAMU have been shaken into : sharks. One Jersey City man bought a $l4 television set to
existence be payed for by monthly installments of $17.50 adding np to
at least an alertness. For instance, I a 229 percent interest rate more than twice the cost of the

its sleeping Alumni Giant has awakened WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 'I'Ii set alone.

from it lethargy of inaction to consider I There are other tricks to bilk the poor besides the credit
'Where do we go from here?" i A angle. Some companies will Imply that they are part of the

We are afraid that the Florida Negro I BUSINESS LOVE. TRAVEL poverty program or say that the books they are selling mustbe
leadership has waited too late to have I bought because the local school: insists on it, or other

much influence upon the action of the M falsehoods. The merchandise is nearly always inferior and

Legislature. Administrative and alumni --- -- -- ,- -- overpriced.This .
----- -- -- ---- -- -
-1.---------- -.----------d kind of preying upon those who can least afford it mustbe
"shadow boxing" and evasiveness lead to ARKS stopped. The only people who benefit from it are the unscrupulous -

nowhere ., CANCER LIBRA few, while everybody else is Y1ct1ml -legitimate
CAPRICORN
So fat 'a, we are concerned, the\mergerof BORN MARCH ., "' business, taxpayers, and,the poor. A lot can and should
the two universities is inevitableand BORN JUNE BORN $EPT. ,BUN 'DEC.22idJAN. bo done to crack down on these practices, and more should
the Negro citizenry may as well accept be done to educate people to stay clear of them. Schools

this fact. There is little that can 211h.APRIL Utk 22nd-JULY 22 ,n.OCT.23r.. 191k should teach students about comparative values, the use
of credit and realistic
be done to ward off what is bound to Sat. 17th-Perhaps a loved one buying patterns.But .
can show you to true Sat. 17tb-Keenness. Do' not t Sat 17th-Choice. Forming an Sat 17th.-Satisfaction. You the biggest step in ending this would be improvementin
within the next few meaning
happen years. of selflessness and let the fact that this Is the alliance may mean abandoning may celebrate a certain occasion the economic and educational condition of the poor. When
Since the merger of the two universi- Sun. 18tn-father's Day.devotion.Personal weekend prevent you from putting ,a career for. some of you or by holding a family or people are earning good wages and have cash in their pockets -
ties will come Just as the phenomenon of attentions are the best- across a profitable deal: becoming secondary to partner.Sun. friendly reunion at home. Sun. they can buy what they need from reputable dealers

death for everyone, here's is what the and only gifts that are expected or IDt n1ew. Sun. 18th-Fat lath-Father's Day. You lath-Father's Day. Whateverit and, If necessary, get loans that aren't usurious. But when
FAMU administration, alumni and Negro by real people Moo. 19th-- her's Day. The bother putting are not one to forget anyone is that threatens to mar they are poor they become the targets of the loan sharks
leadership can do. Fascination A certain task that up cash or handing out a present or anything and,may feel hurl the day, it should not be given and the fraud merchants,, and there Is little they can do

Through 'some means, representatives from excites imagination and tests should not stop you from when someone overlooks you. any, importaoce.I Man. 19th- to protect themselves
Won. 19th-Barrier. Deals that
both sides (which are involved in the skills is something to look forward doing what's right Mon. 19th Preparedness. Be ready for
are made behind closed doors
Tryout, No matter bow surprises that
to extraordinary may come from
must be invited by a special
merger) will be far
more profitable
an idea method direction. Tue. 20th-Con-
Legislative committee and sit down around Tue. 20th-longlng. Those who or than those any THE
conducted in the URIAN
LEAGUE
are still waiting tor romance may seem to everyone, Including -. tentment Enjoy own company STORY
table unhurriedly and work out the design to appear may shortly run Into yourself It should be tried, open.. when you are in high spirits
for the merger in order to effect the "* out 6.5041.18 213 since this is the only way to
least amount of dislocation of FAMU's 12-70-44-13-210- 7.30.12.19.777LEO really appreciate it Wed 21st
By CLANZEL
faculty and students. Why 'shouldFAMU'steachers -Full Moon. There always are BROWN, J1t.

have to worry about losing their TAURUS differences of opinion, even between -
jobs? They certainly are not worrying at SCORPIO those' who love each,other' To the 1967 Graduates:

Florida State :University about being BORN APRIL dearly. As is commonly known by all of my readers, the primary
phased out. BORN JULY BORN OAT 4-60-55-16.215 emphasis of the Urban League is in the area economic

In ,the planning discussion, the following 23rd-AU6. 22id '2-M-NOY. 22ad opportunity and Job development When I began working for
20th the League I
-MAY expected greatest
20th my. challenge would be the
made clear
items must be factually
: Sat. 17tb- 1recUon, it seems AQUARIUS oeveopmeni or Jon opportunities. I could not
and will not Sat. 17th-Reason. No matter Sat. 17tb-Check. Your mateor ,
faculty staff
1. FAMU's which pretty certain as to which way have been more wrong. I had been laboring
suffer a loss of jobs by the merger. actions way you be look at It, past you are going. Sun. 18thFather'l -, someone who has your Interest BORN JAR.20U.FEB. under the false delusion that once the gates
Continued employment can be assured .may the a mirror revealing Day. Family relation at heart may be trying of opportunity were flung open wide, there

by Tome practical plan of placing Day Thief Sun.is 18thFather'1 ships mean a great deal and le get you to be more modest would be multitudes waiting, wining and able
Just the and conservative. Sun. 18th
you may expect as much 18th to take advantage of the
all teachers and staff on both sor of a day when atten- new opportunities.
Father's
no family tion as your Day. Many of you are This has not been the It
generally Sat case that
give. 17thethod. appears
I campuses at equal pay. disputes9th be permitted Mon not demonstrative but this does Accords ,
Mtu-Discretlon/Mooe- that rae evu institution of segregation and discrimination has
the :
cover future well
u
2. If by the merger certain jobs and The unusual tary dealings should not mean that you are not sentimental done its Job well
will exert a be kept U the present are bound to very indeed. It has robbed countless generatlons -
positions are discontinued, the drawing power tremendous in the dark when this will Insure Inside Mon 19th- sunned and bring credit orpro- of Negroes of any opportunity for personal fulfillment
faculty member so affected should be it is in a on you whether good results Tue, 20th Enterprise. Action and intuition fits to all sides. Sun. 18th- and left horrible scars of apathy and Indefference on my own
person or,
r paid a lump sum severence pay irj the pursuit creative Cleverness.. Fall back on Ingenuity on you side from backed by news or Father's Day. You may feel generation. All of this was accomplished by denying us the
suggestion other add
amount of at least $18,000 fa r /-80-,68,14.393 to and resourcefulness 'up to a surprise ending may Tue. somewhat off balance today but right to hope
obtain
persons with ten or more years of what you desire most. 20tb-flarvest The results of you should not allow S t to get We could not blame those Negroes In generation past for

I service to FAMU. Besides, it should 9-50-88-13-927 steady and efficient work may you upset Thing settle downsatisfactorily not striving for goals they had no hope of achieving. This
is not to
that all
i be clear that the dislocated employee GEMINI come in the form of a raise or later. Mon, 19th tainly there say Negroes laW down and did nothing. Cer
Promptness. Be quick CD the was among those generations. Negroes of that
will be entitled to full retirement promotion
highest breed of
men who would
trigger once sure of overcome all obstacles/ and
benefits when he comes of retirement BORN MAY, VIRGOBORN 1'80 '17 If 51f cround. Tue. 20th-Coordlnatlon. your- who would achieve in spite of aUadversUy.They did strive and

age. Sound nunamm rI they did achieve, bat they were in the minority. By and large
3. Faculty members with administrativeand 2lstJUNE 71 1st AUG. fiscal affairs by both"sides of there was no hope for achievement so there was no general
outstanding teaching ability n_ .... SAGITTARIUS"IN a could double struggle to achieve. '
benefits
ought to expect placement in positions ( Sat 17th-.aegard. People of '23rd-SEPT. 22id d team. In the past 12 years, revolutionary changes have taken

on the administrative level if mature years should not only Sat. 17tb-DepriTatlon. It is not NOV. 3-70-66-13-12 place. We liven/ an era of opportunity and an age of revolu-

they merit it, and race should not command respect but should so difficult to do without many Hrd-DEC. 21st tion, social and economic revolution Employment opportzm-
also be asked to forward sug PISCES ties are opening In j Jobs that were completely unheard of when
luxury Items which
be deterring factor. when all
a is
gestions. Sun. 18thFather'sDay. I was in school At that time if
were desirous of
& btb- you improving
The members of the Caucasian race said and done, really have little 1stanc.. It be
may Allow nothing to interfere may your condition and making some contribution to
humanity
practical value. Sun.18th-Fat- your fate to go to a distant land BORN FEB. you
think'
these
provisions are unnecessary, with what you know to bo her's to find did it through the traditional fields open to you at the time.
but Indeed they are., For instance, the duty today. lion. 19th-De- fer Day. Even if you pre romance or to build You were a doctor, a lawyer teacher or one of the other
not fortune.
to make up Sun 19th MAR.
a fuss 2011
Negro has learned the'hard way that white lay. While an interesting offer anniversaries and over Day. No matter lath-Father's professional type of people. today there are hundreds of
may be made more appealing the like, you on which side Sat 17th Energy. Unless of other occupations and '
officials in educative and political power cannot prevent other from the fence' vocations opening to Negroes. Most ,
cannot always be depended upon. still it may be wise to Ing contrary views. Mon.hold-19thReal1zaUoa. not likely to you are, you are everything! is closed in your of them requiring higher degrees: of skill and education: than !

Take the case of the FAMU Law School as put off saying the final word ,- What you fcnfcre today. Mon.appreciate> Wtb-Safe-any community, stir around maul would have been required a decade ago While it Is true that
Tue. 20tb-Probe. Dig someone may you have found what you are education is not the only road to success and achievement
a good example. In the logical approachto up who can tell everything not know that you are probably guard. Important talks or tranSlCUoaabaY1Dctodowltbmoae- seeking. San. 18thFather' it is becoming increasingly so. ,

the merger of these two Institutions, you want to know regarding the only one who can brlngyour 1ft.. ..,," '. .I _...___ ) Day. Personal attentions will The day is rapidly approaching when men win in truth be i
it would that instead of hopes to materialization. Tue. -- -
appear 'phasing real estate matters and the WIiU4Irl snouta remain be apreclated by yourself or Judged on their merit and their contribution to the betterment
out' the FAMU Law School in order to like. Wed. 21st Full Moon. found ZOth-lnqu.Iry. Much can be strictly cOllfJdentla1. TIle. anyone else who receives them. of the human condition and it becomes Increasingly obvious,

establish a new one at FSU, the ethical Something is likely to come inqulreies out by and making discreet to zoth-lait1aUv.speak It's your tarn Mon. 19th. Unexpectedness. that the best method; toprepareyoarselffortUc day Is through I
,thing to do would have been upgrading the up preventing you from closing behlnd-tbe doing a little reCUdlnl1nterests al Proposals made today could education.

FAMU; Law school to serve the people in a deal that would be more pro- Wed. 21st-Full- scenes Moon.research It Wed. 2M-Full Moon.or tID come u a big surprise. Tue. I cannot say to you that this vocation or that career is best

this area of the state. fitable to the other party. Thu. be more prudent to remain may any official blocks that Consider 20th-Query. There may be for you. You alone can nuke an assessment of your talents and
22nd-Inaction. Leave cash and may pre many questions yon nave to askyourself your aspirations and determine,
the
Recently the newspapers called attentionto qnitetly at home when you feel vent you from traveling course for your life.
or ex
other -
the possibility of others programs, touched valuable assets un irritated or out of sorts The pounding views.Thu.22nd-Depressiveness. before commiting However, I do say to yw look beyond your hem, your school I
Frt Z3r -Statlll quo. yourself irrevocably. Wed 21st your community. There are fields yon have never beard ol
being cut off 'at FAMU, such as pharmacy, Conditions where yon reside 22nd-ooderatloa.Frngal ways' There is a more -hD Moon It may be anther and opportunities beyond your Fittest dreams. Look out Into
an d economical sober view I
nursing, and agriculture/ Unless, our and work should,not be changed sound practices are section taMng over II con- difficult day to go through. But the mainstream and pick yourself a place then. Study and
but If with ,
leadership bestir itself vigorously at just to satisfy a whim. tremes, 'not carried/to ex vestments. finances and to- the evening should proved a work and give an that you have to give of yourself, toward

once, you will see these programs disappear I 20 55 1. 678 romantic sett1nc for those seeking achievement of your own goal. The rewards for achievement
eventually. 1-90-83-15.683. 1.90.77.15:440 itf are greater and the penalties for inaction are becoming more I
severe.fACE .
40 -.U IT 400

(I' I i
b
i
i, :. 1

_.......... ._ ....- ---- -- t ___.-- --- __ a. i



,



JIIUY: .JUNE li;,1967 STAR PAPERS __ :PACE J;

Stuntonians halos Class Of '41 Hold; Colorful' Reunion r
r
$ ____ __, > ,_ : __

Of 47 Hold


20th Reunion r 6 I i k q
'
The 1947 class of Stanton f e
Senior High School celebrated
its 20 year reunion during the .
..
week of 28 ,
May through June 3. .' .
Activities for the week Included
Sunday morning worship
at Bethel Baptist Institutional
Church, Her. Rudolph McKIs- tr
sick, pastor. Tuesday, House
Party at Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Preston. Wednesday,
Beach party at the home of '
Mr. and\ Mrs. Daniel Roux., } r R 1 \ AI

Friday, Parry, Mr. and Mrs.;
Joseph Thayar'8 home. Saturday -'
Banquet at Holiday House.
Special tribute was paid to the
j jI
late Pearson class
Rutledge jj
'member and NAACP leader. ( VS I ed j
Toastmaster for the occasion 4 I
was Rodell Roberts. I
Prizes were awarded to the : : :
following: Baldest male, Earl "
Williams; Fattest male, James 'Ph
(B.O.) Wooden, North Carolina; 4r\
Fattest female, Jeanette Likens
Ford and Farthest distance, ,

William Geiger, Okinawa. h y o'5' .4I
Persons attending from out of
town were Helen Glllis Howard .'...... ___ \\:3II\J'lJLLif.: ._._.

Cleveland, Ohio; James Wooden REUNION.Members of the Stanton Senior High dais of'47 who participated') Johnnie Preston Mrs.Mary Coleman Rodell Roberts,Mrs.Maple dorm, Mrs

Prlscllla, Method McLendon North Carolina William; in the '20th annual get-together which was Mghllgted by a series of social Vivian Chester.Mrs.Vanetta Clayton,Mrs.JeanetteFord,William Geiger, Mrs.
events are shown here. Seated\ from left are: Mrs Helen Howard Cleveland Dorothy Laster, Mrs. Catherine Cotton and Mrs Prlscllla Williamson, New .
son,
Springfield Gardens New
York William R. Ka- Oho; Mrs. Ernestine Cross, Mrs. Dorothy Mangram, Joseph Thayer, Mrs. York, New York. Third Row standing: Mrs Dorothy J.ones, Mrs Barbara Smith .1ZES1 ; :
dena,; Okinawa and Geiger Doroth, L. Juanita Williams, Mrs. Dorthy Lewis, Baltimore, Maryland; Mrs. Teresa Harrison, Mrs. Martha Washington, Mr.'Carl Williams,Emltt Randolph. WalterW. Ml ES';JUNIgRS', 1
Lewis, Baltimore, Maryland.,, Mackey and! Mrs. Mildred Geiger. First row standing: Mrs. Pauline Davis, Anderson and James (Bo) Wooten, A.P. Perkins and Johnnie Hlgglns. '

Other participating were Wal- R Y TO WARDS OM6RROWI

Chester ter Anderson,\ Vanetta, Vivian Preston Seldon Clay 'WEDDING tELLS -I I Citywide BeauticiansMeet ? ''

I ton, Willie Clayton, Mary Far- s Tea MondayThe ve \
mer Coleman, Catherine Mack '
Cotton, Charles J. Crosby, Geo. Russell Hill, 1481 W. Carey Grant, 429 North St., 19 John White, Jr., 1330 W.StateSt. Time! will ,
Beauticians
Earnestine Wesley Cross, 21st St., 29 and Brlnnle Mae and Omega Diane Wllliams,944 ., 21 and Brenda Gale Jackson, Citywide ,
Pauline Exson Davis, Jeanette Wilson 1606 Madison. St., 21. Pearl St., 16. 6827 Dunmlre Ave, 17. meet Monday at 5:30 p.m., at ummeidress tj ri
the Eutopla Shop, 815 W.Cburch
Alkens Mildrend Board 2 of Grant
Ford Proctor Auxiliary
Geiger, William R. Geiger, Coney Leon Bennett, Jr.,3521 Wm. Bernard Langley, Jr., Geo. Johnson, 533 Cleveland Memorial AME Church will St. Election of officers will be pU !
Johnnie HJggins, Leroy Hutc- Japonica Rd., 23 and Deloris 5819 Moocrlef Rd., 21 and La St., 22 and Reba Ardlne sponsor a Father's Day Tea held and reports made.
biDS, Dorothy Johnson Laster, Yvonne Tlmmons, 4822 Iris Verne Mervin, 5245 Dostle Dr. Williams, 1551 W. Steele St., Sunday at the Garden Clubhouse -' All beauticians national planning to attend In- b
the meeting
McSwain Blvd., 18.Curtis S18. 20. Street. beginning -
Dorothy Jones, Maple 344 W. I1Ib Atlanta, Ga., have been askedto ,
Jones Mamie Reubln B. '
McNealy Mathis at 4 p.m. ;
Jordan, Martha Joyner Washington Johnnie Williams, 1659 Leonard Franklin McKenzy, Geo. Howard Norman, in, 1710 Brooks win be the speaker. register. A motorcade is
Theresa Bryant Mackey, Steel St., .24 and Beverly 8219 Siskin Ave, 21 and Eames- Campus St., 19 and Betty Lenora, Others to appear are: Henry being planned by bus.Interested q
Andrew Perkins, Fred Perry, Zenora Smith, 1731 W. 16th St. ten Wilson, 8015 Waxwing Ave., Matthews, 1654 W. 23rd St, 18. Shepperd Timothy Engram persons have been asked to con- ,.
tact Miss I. Brooklns at 606
Josephine Ford 17. Male Chorus of me Church andRobert of
Plnkney,
W. Ashley St.,for reservations.
Johnnie Joyner Preston, Em- ZZ.Jos. Curtis Miranda Thompson, Curry. clearance
mitt Randolph, Rodell Roberts, Leon Wiggs, TampaFIa., Matthew Herbert Jenkins, 1915 W. 4th St., 23 and Harriet
Daniel Roux, Barbara Smith 43 and Argie Mae Simmons, Washington, D.C., 40 and Es- Elaine Howell, 1915 W. 4th St., ae.ae Grand UnionPallbearers
Harrison 1240 W. 15th St., 38. ::eUa Regena Hamilton, 1362 W. 22.
13th S District 32 of Second Baptist 'I I
Church will sponsor Its annual
Summer Tea Sunday at 3 p.m., Ht
In the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. Lodge Held flection SAVE/NOW!

Sanders, 5538 Avenue B.
The participants: Include:Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Johnson was elect- t
Beneta Sumlow, Albert Harris, ed president of Grad Union Pal
M. Cummings, Mrs. Phillip lbearers Lodge 216 In the previous
Levy, Mrs. A. Sanders, Mrs. meeting. The election was
Ida Scott, Gurnell Quartet, conducted by Mir Margaret
? Mis. P. Peterson, Mrs. Mary Dennis. Prices cut
HAIMS Nealey, Dan LeIlllOll,' Thomas Other officers elected were b i. .
4 r b Wilson, Mrs. Laura Rose,Mrs. Mrs. Mary Huey, vice president -
i, 1... Blount, Mrs. 1.. K. Wright, ; Mrs. Lillle M. Harris,
D. W. Balden and 1.. J.Sl Dlar. recording secretary; Mrs. Irene -

B. Parker, corresponding
5- secretary; Mrs. Ruth Clark, II
financial secretary; Rev. Dennis -
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church women H. Rhodes, general manager -
l will sponsor a SeasonalTea ; Mrs Mary Odom, teller,
Sunday from 3 toS:30p.m., Mrs. Aretha White, treasurer;
b at the church. Mrs. Amy Johnson, inner-
The four season will be represented guard; Mrs. C.Scott, chaplain; 1/3/ :
STANDS FOR :
by Mrs Jessie Cave, Mrs. L. Hogan,program chairman -
Mrs. Eugenia Brown, Mrs. and Mrs.AnceleDa nocau
'Maud Hayes and Mrs.Josephine reporter.
4CRI" Crews. TTO

?- ......-.. Veterans ,Slate

Saturday Meeting
Stewardess Board 1 of fit Paul
AME Church will sponsor a Gateway Barracks 3131 World
Spiritual Tea June 25 at 3,30Mrri : War I Veterans, will meet Sat-
::Z PREVENTION in the home of Mr. and urday at 2 p.m., at the regular
membersare
All
H. Sease, 1779 Davis St. meeting place.
expected to be In atten

5- dance.A .
welcome program will be

The pulpit aid board of St. presented for the returning

REDUCED OITYTAXESHONESTY 'sor'Stephen a Summer AME Church Tea Sunday will spon-from members The delegates from from the hospital.the de In- 1/2/

held
4 to 6 p.m., in the home of Clearwater convention, .
reports.It
Mrs. Alberta Rufus 2044 Mt. ,will make
Herman St. Bishop Ferguson

INGOVERNMENT will be the esseewe speaker. (, Covers Gray HairWm. AND MOREAll

.,J. BraDdt'.1Jqu1d

The 20th Century Club will the newleif, pretHest fashions at phenom-

sponsor a Father's Day Tea EAU DEH A. enally low prices I Sheaths, shirty-typesday

Sunday In the home of Mrs. timers, after-fives, one, two-and-lhree-plecesl I
Ruby Ragland 2045 Thomas
Court at 4:30 p.m. HAIR COUORER Plenty of easy-care, easy-to-wear styles I Bonded -

ELIMINATION OF AIR ....... Will cover gray hair In 10' acetate jerseys, Amel triacetate jerseys,
100% cottons
to 20 minutes. No pact No cottons blended with polyester,

The Women's Auxiliary to the mess. Anyone' can put it oust. and acetate crepes. Come, pick yours early I
National Alliance of Postal Employees home. -

AND WATER POLLUTION will
hoeto
larship Tea Sunday WILL NOT TURN HAIR $'4

I p.m., at the Garden Club- REDDISH ORIGINALLY to '8.99 NOW
house on West nth Street.
U will not rub off, It stays nab
A CANDIDATE FROM YOUR OWN PARTY eeaa. several months. Shampooing, $6
sea bathing,',sun permanent ORIGINALLY to 10.99 .. .. .
Annie's Chapter 175 Order waving, curl
straightening
THAT YOU CAN BE PROUD OF! of Eastern Star, will sponsor iron-nothing<< takes if l off. You NOWS'8 J
a Spiritual Tea July 30 from .can cover any gray hair ,no
.
ORIGINALLY I to
12.99, ,
4 to 6 p.m., at Prince Hall. matter how stubborn or how a
Mrs Louise Nelson will be caused. BLACKSTAYS,BLACK. 1
AI the speaker $
WONDERFUL FOR'
vtJC<ytvp ORIGINALLY to16.99.NOW 10y

SEWING CLASSES
/ t
DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH
;
FOR ADULTSStanton Permanent Waving CHAROI IT"* ON WARDS CONVENIENT :

Vocational CAUTION: Use u directed on PLAN
HighScbool CHARO.AU CREDIT ;
label ColorsBTae : Dark
521 West Ashley Street Is offering
Brown, Medium.BrOWn.' ,
classes in
sewing for ,Price box $2.50 plus
per
adults, Monday through Friday t
Federal Tax
from 9:00: am. to 3:00 p.m. GATEWAY CENTER MILK PLAZA
Adults may enroll In Basle
Sewing, Advanced Sewing or DIXIE

I' I I' A 1 I' I I Dressmaker's Registration Tailoring are currently PHARMACY

being accepted. For further information 5111 NORMANDY BLVD.

3563273. call, 355-5581 or tits II'IS '.1. "JII,jl ;




I,

,
& /



.- n j. n .JI" '

I'un --1-.J. : 1


STIR PIPERS OTMIT Mi 17. M



I Baptist Sunday School Training Union Holds 64th Annual Session l I





St. Stephens Baptists Program Slated for Friendly Missionary Baptist Church Colonhs Smith Second Baptist Sets *Hour of Music School Workshop


Hold Dill Day St. Thomas Baptist Hosts District Sunday School Meet In Recital Father's Day RitesThe Presented Monday Terminate Sunday

The Sunday School Workshop
On Sunday June 25th, St. Stephen Rev. H. B. Hartley la the host dotph McKlsskk of Bethel Bap. "Father's Day" win be Roslyn Burrousb win be presented for the Church of God by Faith
Baptist Church,. .201 A1- The Courtesy Commute of the pastor aDd also the tad vice tilt Church will speak on the District 1 of Mt. Sinai Baptist observed at Second Baptist In an "hour of music" Inc., began Thursday and will
.
meda St., will bold Its first East Florida and Bethany Baptist moderator of the association.The them, "The Church In Its Church will present Missionary Baptist ChurchSun- Monday night In ML Sinai Baptist terminate Sunday at the Evangelist
annual Dual Day Program. Association Senior WOmeD' host congregation win Training Program" will be the Columbus Smith of Trinity day throughout the day. Church. She win be accompanied Center, 1101 Jessie St.
Mrs. Clotee P. Prldgen a Department, will present present a welcome program Baptist Church In recital Son- The small children and teenagers by Vernon 1CJII(. Members ot the administrative
teacher of mathematics of "The Way" of the Cross Wednesday evening at! I p.m. day evening In the church audi of 'the church will befeatured Miss Burrough Is a senior at group are: Overseer
Darnell-Cookman School aDd Leads Rome, June 25 In St.' The response will be by G.W.. torium. In selection and readIngs Morris Brown College,Atlanta, Nathaniel Sclplo, Bishop W.
an active, devout member of Thomas Baptist Church, beginning Scott, the president of the Progressive Mr. Smith has traveled on during the Sunday School Ga., where she serves as one W. Matthew, G. Matthew, district
the AME Church of the Master at 7.30 p.m. Baptist State Sunday concert tours to Europe and and Baptist Training Union of the leading soprano soloists superintendent;Thomas
will speak at the evening hour The program will benefit School Convention. has given recitals New York hours. In the college choir. assistant superintendent, and
at 7 p.m. Florida Memorial College Teaching and Training in ther City and Chicago, HI. The activities for the day will She has also appeared with the Miss Julia Calne, national
Rev F.D. Richardson, Jr., of The coordinator Is Deacon The other participants include: begin with! the Sunday School Atlanta Pop Symphony and superintendent of the Sunday
G. W. Scott. The participants Mrs. Ante Huff, Mrs. Lucille
Grant Memorial Church win at 9.30 a.m. L.O. Chester assisted appears each Sunday morning Schools.
deUver the morning sermon Include: Mrs. M.L. Johnson, Mote, Trinettes of Trinity Baptist by the assistant generaland during the worship service with Among the speakers are: Elders
at il a.m. Mrs. Marie Merritt, Trinity Deacon Hilton Carter and departmental superintendents the special chorus First Congregational A.J. Williams and
Everyone Invited to all services Choir Chorus S, St. Thomas Female others will be In charge. Church of Atlanta, T. Brown of New Jersey Registration
throughout the day Deacon Leroy Mallory, The lesson win bee reviewed under the direction of Dr. G. periods win be held
,Rev. WasbIngtooW1Wamlaey: ; St. Stephen Baptist by the pastor, Rev. J.C.Sams. J. Hurbert who directs the college daily. The opening programs
Keep America Beautiful. C. J. Crosby and Rev. W.C\\; He win also deliver the sermons choir. begin at 10:30: ajn.
,,Neal. REV. W.G. PATTERSON for the major worship Her repertoire win Include Workshop films and lecture
Slates Activities hours. songs from the Folk Opera, exhibits have been scheduled
the key thought for the day. Consecration rites for the deacon "Porgy and Bess" by George for each session, and talent
Rev Theodore Lee, the pastor Weekly activities at St. Stephen deaconesses, ushers and Gershwin; and win conclude programs will be presented
I IWOOLWORTH'SI of Sprlnghin Missionary Bap- Baptist Church will Include choir win be held at 10:45 a.m. with a "Tribute to NecroSpIrItuall"latroducedb1 each third session. A Sunday
tist Church will discuss the choir rehearsal,on Tuesday Morning worship begins at Mary School "craze" will be presented -r
sub-topic "The Program Com- night at 7:30 p.m., and n a.m Louise WinxUey. by the Jacksonville
-- REV AJ, HUGHES mittee", Rev. L.M. Jones, of prayer service, followed by Baptist Training Union win Attendants will be Mildred Heights members.
I First African Missionary Baptist Bible Study on Thursday night be held at S.4S p.m. with Mrs. Pearson Jo Ann Canady, Friday the Voice of Faith-
Church Is the theme for the
DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY ,and"ADOutforChrlsulna Church of Green Cove The dinner sales win continue R.H. Morrlssette assisted by Flossie Cooper, Carla Lucas Church of God and the junior
session
Springs win be beard on "The on Saturday. other leaders In charge. EvenIng and Janet Wilson choir of the Jacksonville
300 Hogan St. The Education", convention, Is the motto.win Membership Committee", and Sunday School is In session worship win begin at 7,p.m. Pallbearers Heights group, will render
proper Observe
the Rev. Vernon L. Thompson each Sunday morning' The Rev. Mr. Sams will be musical selections Friday,
be Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
open
o{ Mt. Sin Missionary Baptist The American Legion will In charge of the order of ser and District Superintendent G.
Rev V, M, Kill, the moderator Church win speak "The 69th Anniversary
win formally present G.W.Patterson worship with the congregationon vice. .Matthew will be the speaker.
to preside for the official Bible Readers Committee. Sunday June 18th at then Weekly activities includes the The 69th anniversary of Pallbearers A featured workshop outline
Sunday School Day and Rev. David Johnson of Bethel a.m. service. "Prayer of Faith Hour",Tuesday Grand Union will beheld will bepresentedSatardaycon
.also present Alexander Heard Baptist Church of the South- The Vacation Bible School begins at 7 p.m., the deacons will Sunday at 3 p.m., in Mt. sisting of lectures and films.
on Friday morning to preside side win be the preacher for Monday, June 19th at 8 a.m. conduct the devotion and the Calvary Baptist Church, Dora At 6 p.m., a Sunday School
for the Baptist Training Union the night service and Rev. J.L. Rev. B. F. Addison pastor pastor win be In charge of the and Spruce Streets. play win be presented by the
Davis will serve as the alter Bible period. V.W. Edwards and Callahan of the Church
Deputies group
Day. The two leaders will alternate GUN SILENCER
i a the presiding durlngthe ate Rev George Price L of, Basement target shooter The Sunday School officers E. H. Campbell have called of God In Christ
evenings and Saturday and Sunday St. Matthews Missionary Baptist can muffle the sound of their and Teachers Council will meet Lodges 43, 48, 109, 189, 192, ODDS FAVOR PRIMERS
of
sessions. Church the chairman rlflei I'hrP IIol'lpl'nJ. Friday at 7 p.m. 191, 211, 215, 216, 222, 224, If a cartridge miiflret, rarely -
the Education committee will pair L.O. Chester win preside during 228 shooter blame the
Rev Levi Green the pastor board lined with accoustlcaltil 225, and 229 to be In can a
conduct the financial rally. the business period, and attendance primer. The primer production
of lit Morlah Baptist Church impended from the cellar
of standard observed by the Cai-
will discuss the theme Thursday Rev. N.B. Williams pastor DII Ifo'n Cascade Cartridge Rev. Sans win be In charge A program will also be presented cede Cartridge Division of
f
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
,
morning and Rev Donell of Omark Induttrlei. of the Bible study. with leading talent Omark Industries, Inc.
of Paltaka, win deliver the
of Mt. Pleasant Baptist! Church
sermon for the Saturday mom-
of Green Cove
Springs will Ing's service at 10 a.m. with
preach the initial sermon at
Rev B.F. Addison serving as
11 a.m., Rev W.G. Neal win the alternate
alternate the order of ser' The President's Hour will be SAY, r4C

vice. held at U:45 ajn. when the
At 2 p.m., the Youth Devotion -
leaders will deliver their annual -
ri Hour will be held and addresses and at which
2.30 p.m., the speakers on the
time the election: will be held
teaching phase of the church Rev. Hill and the vice moderators -
win be held. Rev EJt. Simpson will preside. I
will speak on "The Superintendent Sunday morning the Mission
," Rev G.T. McCall, School win be the honor guest
Short sleeve nylon knits "The Teacher",and John Payne of the Sunday School, at which
will be heard "The Stu Roooroatsr
on
time Mrs. Annie 1.. Huff of .
dents" Second Baptist Church will re- ."\
BAH-UnrSnlRTS Rev. J.C. Sams will speak on velw the lesson .
"'1bt Church In It* Teaching"program : Rev W.C. Mitchell of Little ,\ ,' n
ri during I.the-morningsessions. Rock: Missionary Baptist

)Luxury knits that machine Church win preach for the ,ewy
wath'n dry and stay Rev. BapU&!R.C.; Robinson, of St. morning worship, and Rev.
Mark Church of
May-
win be in ofthe
Hartley charge
in shape I Placket collar. .88 port will deliver the sermon pulpit service \T :

Choice of eight handsome for the night service and Rev.JJ. Rev. AJ. Hughes will deliver mqT

colon. S-M-L-XL sizes.Cotton Jones of Antioch Mlsson- the( sermon for the Mission A
try Baptist Church win serve Hour at 2:30 p.m.Dining .' F ,
j as the alternate. .. .

''I'Ii i TOPSALLm '.' Friday morning! the Rev.Ran- Car *'" \

j V.

} Ml Holy Tabernacle Memorial ,Day

Slates Youth Day Services HeldThe BR A DED

Holy Tabernacle Church located Dining Car and Railroad ;Beef at its Best I
at 9tt and Pearce Streets,
annual Memorial
will observe Youth Day on Employees 30th '
Day services will be held
Sunday, June 18.
The Young People will be In Sunday at 6 p.m., In Jerusalem --.-
charge throughout the day beginning baptist Church, southslde.
with Bible School at William C.Brown will serve as
10 a.m. Miss Cynthia Smith master of ceremonies. The
will act as Superintendent. participants are: Gabriel Hopkins BECOME A BOLDENS' GRADUATESUMMER
Teachers for the various A. P. Rogers, G. E. Jenkins -
classes are Miss Sandra 1.D1gp. H. W. Rogers, Mrs. Mel-
Primary Class tonia L. Vaughan Rev R. W.,
,
Lyn-
dell Dlggs Junior Class; Miss Jackson, Mrs. Lucille: Wallace,,, CLASSES. .NOW STARTING
Cora B. War mack,Senior Class F. C. Lindsay C. 0. Bolt,Mrs..
\ and Andra DillS the Adult Callie Dowllng Kyle Allen.
Class. Mrs. Y. L. Breaker A. 1..

Morning Worship will begin at Johnson W. D. Witsell,ElmoreT.
Arvellt, Mrs Oladean Bryant :
U:30 a.m., with Acting Deacons
Anthony Smith and Calvin Raley Reverends S. B. Bennett,*
in charge of devotion Gary A. D. Harris E. Ward, Miss
Ward and Calving Raley will Fannie Sampson, Reverends L.'
accept the Announcement J. Perkins, M. D. SheD andJ.
offering. -
knits and broadclothMEN'S .
M.
will be made by Warren SlmpUns.
Woody and acting Apostle Miss
Paula Woody. The Sermon will _.-.t
I UNDEH WEAR be delivered by acting Bishop r _
McArthur, Smith Miss Catherine BRING YOUR NOTICESTo
Levy will serve u mistress The
Full cut for comfort and of ceremoney for the, FLORIDA STARt323MoncrteRoad
perfect fit Combed cotton 33 Youth Day Program.
knit briefs T-shirts.Color. 32Iteg. Evening Worship will begin Or Mall To:
at 8:00 p.m. The message to P.O.1IoI 599
fast boxer shorts. Sizes 32- Jacksonville Fla., $2201ypJloi't
be delivered by the Pastor Bishop ,
42. Shirts In S-M-L.XL, 3 tor 3.93 R.L. Jones Resister Ties Tbir Fri. I Ti 10 P.M.,


Hare To Go To Ton To Getl COURSES


I"\ -. LOW PRICES


\ :" DRUB STORE_"un ... BU'II IL IIIE CUSS UID DlClESUA INSTRUMENTSr .

.. :",.. jTrade:.'with..Tour" Neighborhood Drug Store I
T ,WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCALPapers.
'V4lJ: : We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. sew

Au.rttii fabrics Hmg fit flmtlleATTACHE .\ BUSIIESS .IIAGE.En cuss II [IUTEACHERS.- COURSE

MEN'S TIESfairlnhands CASE Dixie Pharmacy


.I 9.99


and redl-Ue Diplomat cut with 2pocketl'I l' '1302. Kins Raid At t Mjrtli [CA$1IIImIERXCUS' $ IIW. PIANO. YIICE TREIRTloWai's ,

Solids stripes 1 Land Inild file. Molded plastic
I note In every wanted color. Black or pey17dlh3.IiH. '
I Pints Eltii ?.5597.91. :
CeU818.
-

f ,.,? ,,,, .,.; TOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE, ATWOOLWORTH'S PAY Y03I LICIT WATER AND f 1115 w. 1016., Street


a TElEPIONl AILS AT OUR SJOU '
'.lsti'I': 356.6465


.,


-r
a&



JOKE 11 IK Jill MPEIS
Her r ....- S
"
There's A Greit' Liieoo Of f Insurance Executive Participants II CcswiticiCpHYOCATON ARGUMENTS Barns

SUMMER / I f.I I IaTOK-NPI-Tbe: Massachusetts NEW TOIUtNPINeero
ENTERTAINMENTat .
Urges
Advertising Supreme tours li students at Columbia collage
f'!' bearing arguments la a suit burned 30 copies of'the campus -
!I'll ', challenging the constitutionality humor.. magazine "Jester"
Public Relations
And of a 1963 statute which bused

and
w : ria; off with L470 others,
racial
Imbalanced schools as they protested what they considered
TORT WORTH; Texts-(NH) The
\( l; Boston school committee to be racial slurs In an
Urging Negro business persons i fJ pressed for a statewide showdown article stalrintlng the college
to attend the First Fort Worth on school desegregationU administration's relations with
Negro Market Sales Seminar to It pushed Us attack on the Negro members of Us students
be held at the Tezas Hotel JIIIII
statute. Members of the Massachusetts body College officials met with
20, Joe A. Terrell, president k'w a Board of Education
Negro students as a for
EDGEWOOD LOUNGE Tecu Capitol Life Insurance have accused school officials the drat time la an group effort to
Company, ad'rIIed.Neero of falling to comply with the cool tempers off. -
business need to be better Informed law.
on the trends and aspects
1
Mo.d Free Champagne
I'- LADIES KITE
of the Negro market Tnef
need to know more about advertising ELECT... '.

'..Isdl'JOHN STANBERRY (Rec. Artist) I appeals and promotion
of their businesses through a r f
Live Broadcast- Station WRHC sound and effective public relations -<
Wedaesday program." Dwight
SESSION Great Fun for Everyone Terrell, vhoheadtthe seminar
JAM
warned, "1f Negro owned and
operated businesses persist la
.rsdayTHE JOHNNY SHAW BRADDYRmst
SHOW taking the Negro consumer for
granted, they will forever .
,
Great Entertainment main In the status group than .
fridiy & Saturdays stymied their progress over the I Irear. STANDOUTS-Onong those participating la the Fourth Annul Convocation
.." He said the public U1 l of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) In New York City iTipiiialli,
Dorsey Doe Sanders paying for" their family group recently were William D. Movers left former White House press secretary: ; Lucius America -
John Sanders "SY" Hawkins policy. center sheriff of Macon County Alabama; and Jack Greenberg director-counsel of Fair Uibimd .
"Bubta" Me Grader *Sid, Clem TV Tjr He accredits the tremendous. the LDF. whet key speakers Included Bayard Rusttne, Kenneth Clark, Saul AHusky.and
Plus GUEST STABS growth of Texas Capitol Life Attorney General Ramsey Clark cHews( Voice International Photo)' DWIGHT BRADDY .
Insurance Company to consls-. .

71967 HIGH SCHOOL SENIORSNew tant public advertising relations and an program.effective' White Cop Cleared Texas Methodist OK :Boston NAACP Asks Braddy Deserves Your Vole

Within approxlamately year
the company !has grown from a Mergering ChurchesDALLAS U. S. Probe Of Riot Civil Service Burl, Groip 4
small local concern to a stipulated 01 Your Slaying Paid Political Ain
Stanton WM. R. Raines Gilbert premium company, and
recently became a sate-wIG WASHINGTONNPI A Texas-(NPI -Tte Continued On Pace t

Vocational* Boiler Douglas Anderson premium sation of House company B11l1055.by authorl- ed white by policeman a reaclally has mixed been clear grand North Methodist Texas church Conference overwhelmingly of the- 'BOSTON." Mass,: Cehneth; I,

The about a year Jury In the death of a Negro approved a proposal to branch president of the local M ee ,
ago established a policy ofpaying youth Clarence J. Brooker. eliminate racial boundaries of the NAACP has called -, rj i'I
claims promptly and Marion Barry civil rights within the church last week. on tJS. Attorney General :, : '
10 PROFFESIONAL COLOR PICTURES adopted this as Its slogan. leader who testified before the By 1970 the Negro Methodist Ramsey Clark to Investigate, j

Living up to this in every sense jury said the white Jurors mlt, the Central Jurisdiction, "numerous complaints of mal :
e CAP AND GOWN of the word "prompt", Terrell were generally hostile to him nil merge with the white govirnlng practices"recent by police during the. ,
Ms as they deliberated the fate of Roxbury riots.
says this policy has gained body. Some Negro Bis- ,
company more advancement and Pvt William L. Roll lops Including Texas and Louisiana Mr. Guscott, who worked with
MxlO growth than any other operational Barry said be learned from Conferences Bishop Noah community leaders in the riot- :'"lsefi/ortoujt's, tttrfttt and &ttt Kteowti"
1.5x7 effort.The eyewitnesses that Bull fired u Moore, have opposed the m.r.J> torn area to restore'ocder and '
seminar wUlleatur.aom. Brooker ran from him after ger, ft&bt1ncdesperatel1tobanc'' work out lolutlons to longstanding hla wish Frail OVOTU OLD pn wsopnER. It"J
nationally acclaim experts In the youth was arrested on, on to the Central Jurisdiction. rlevences, said his office f 'In fury 'hit/ Utltt rate mn .. 23x5.WALLETS the field of marketing and public charges of disorderly conduct In another vote the delegates, bad received numetoucom- IlIkOII'I-: In |A< lint tod ttemd primary
,
relations and Terrell feels Negro One Juror asked Barry whether! passed i2A-Z$ a resolution plaints from Negroes charging the naluri km Mwnfoiw itttlf1r .
,
II SEAFOOD CENTER came rain/ mote, ilttt' r Aatroe'U
business men and Industrialists his fiery statements might merging the Methodists with the police brutality during the four find tht /"" "'_* mil tvlth tkt //I.! .'. .
,, but, Terrell said "If spark trouble. "1 don't know' Evangelical United Brethern days of rioting which broke F.rhair r.w.rdMg.ad. winnfiforti//. e. cWw// l.i lists
"All Cilir law Fir Oily $10.55 out .. ..
June ,
anybody needs to learn more what It bad to do with the church. t. "

about the Negro consumer, the Brooker case," Barry .commented Both actions had already been In a related development John' rw/A LOCAL'Av.OAlrll-t.IJllrrO AIIOrlNf

'I 1 Meal lilifiry-Sermi Our 150 Scknls Negro heads the list" later. taken by the General Conference C. Curt, director of the Commonwealth WHITING . ,
lop speaker at the seminar The u.s. Government moved of the Methodist church In Service Corps said LARGE CROAKERS LI. 39c
Into Investigation after being 196S but fo trrtvi rrf day r M
rill be Frank 1.. Stanley president a othlrdiconfirmation he
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY National Newspaper spurred Into action by protests j, byallMethdbstawaa needed to be saw "wbate seemed to me
unnecessary firing by
from the Citizens Committee,, The
Publishers Association and Integration move was described FANCY LIVING
}police" during the riot. The
publisher, Louisville Defender; .for Equal Justice, which Barry as a step toward developing BIG $ 00
heads. state official said he bad hadIt JIM CRABS DOZ. 1
and Dr. Anthony Davis, president "greater understanding
stopped., lUIHIO 'ao"" PHI. 'IHLIT
PHONE TODAY-768-3200 Davis and Associates and Barry wasn't through even and brotherhood In the Methodist '
: also Bronze Knights Paints though Hull was not Indicted. church." Mr. Cort'was aloe highly cri CAST HIT CAUGHT
I Company publisher of INSEPLA Ha was rounding up Negro tical of.Boston's welfare eyea3- SHRIMP HEADS.ON
FRESH 79'n
I DALLAS and Circle News. Dr. ,witnesses In an effort to givea WMIll THIV LAST .
Davis will speak on "How To different picture of the kill COOLER -
I
,
,
WEDDING SPECIAL ,,
BRIDE AND ing. Accordlngto police Brooker'wu 'iI .1
... Effectively Reach and.Sell. the I A ,. -, "
KhtfuUynfaUngt
beye I SHRIMP
4l *
killed after hitting the I I : g ,
I Local Negro TlUman Market"Theodore ,'New Tort policeman at J least 15 times and Ilor a hot summer day i.Lemony "' ., .. ?....0 LAeel, .."1.40 .... "
MAY JUNE JULY Fruit Qooler It'i quickly preparedbjr
Life Insurance Company agent !I'.stunC.tor his gun. ....... .. .. ..
diuolving 1 ubkipoon corn d I...,,... 'rUay. P. .... Ik* .&. .... _-
who !has sold over $7 million lyrup or confectioner' sugar in 2, a3 w.r N. Ate. YIrLN." 00TQ.<
worth of Insurance past four tablespoons ReaLemoa bottled lem iLOUNDERLARGE.tlLAVO.. U.
COLOR OR HACK AND 'WHITE years will discourse on n 1 on'Juice. Add 2/' cup canned or Fl kES .
TMake The Big Sales In Ten I BUY U. S. SAVINGS BOb I froien fruit drink and top with a L... a. 1"r.ur f t* IS IM., Ndi'Tw'w p'N1h.ii lw. I vwwmm
PHONE 768-3200 Negro I4artet," coop of sherbet j a1IPLE SCtEL.






OREATElCrffiAirtiflMHiMiiiiiiiiiiHi; ,



4 {N {rdb .t. I i y

Y.+...m.--. -.- ,. -, ......nnwxw.nrwaw.v..w cons



S. FATHER'S DAY Gift Special !


twhard sus


,. For Cum ort-loving Dads



r .. Who Don't Expect ANYTHING
.. #
.. e; 'pou'f a01Ut1 Up ronC ..

,""- t 4' ) ( BUT THE BEST) on


I. sl Fath|'s Day, Sunday, June 18th





I 2 Big Luxurious Pillow-Back ,




King Size RECLINERS !





Hundreds of These $ Cfi 95


Chairs Have Been **



Sold for $99.95 !
EASY TERMSI I Months To Pay!

-MV S. Iz.I

What a perfect time to offer the OUTSTANDING RECLINING CHAIR VALUE OF THE YEAR .

r 1'' For Father's Day, June, 18thI I From.the long list of "glveables" we. believe: that most of all, most
"
f dads would choose a fine reclining chair to enjoy for his very own. Here's one he will go for In a big way
r frr? because THIS Chair has every quality feature found in recliners selling for $1001 1 All-position ad

(lustment o' deep cushioned pillow.back comfort Soil resistant, easy to keep clean long lasting

Ndugahyde cover ,,heavy spring mechanism .f select hardwood ,frame: Yes, without a doubt this
,r Is the greatest recliner value we have ever seen. < and we believe you'll agree when you see itl!
M .
:

.' ::: : DOWNTOWN Laura at Duval 1 SOUTHSIDE! 6160 Beach Blvd.

Other Rtcltnen Priced .,
OpM Mwt. thrw tit. 10
Phone El W711 .
29.95 to Ml 9.95 INI., aaaSSfi72' 00 ..m,M e p m. l rt. 'ill
.. 130pm.SATUIIA .



I

:b 1. .. '. .
1.w



.
-
: -



; fi: STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JUliE 17. 1M7FwBfleroy

;.

Gets NAACP Moves 0 Educational, Workshop Seminar Held Texas Southern'

______ ____ .._ .u _.__._.____ __ _.___ SOB. Dyaally _


Javeaile Appointment' Notional Office R tiffs DeMos Students" IndictedNOUS7bNNPRFhe

\ o ..

NEW YORK _-NPI)-Tbe students

NAACP plans to move its national WASHINGTON. at Texas Southern University
WASIDNGTON-NPR-. -NPI) -
John Douglas Fauntleroy 47, headquarters this cum k'' 'California State. Sea Mervyn bane been indicted on,
hu been named President'' mer from Freedom House, M. Dymally (from Watts) has charges of setting Into motion
by '
where it has been located for the violence that led to the';
Lyndon B. Johnson to the Juvenile kissed off the Democratic party
22 years, to a new midtown to slaying of a policeman durinj a'
Court bench of the District and announced his Intention
of Columbia. location. build a "third force" coalition campus uprising.
The move wu dictated by the The students are John Parker -,
Born in Washington, Fauntle d Negroes, peace groups, student
roy Ja a graduate of Terrel need for more room, NAACP orp.D1. .t1on1lIdllex1can 20, Galesburg, HI.; Doughs
officials said. The new NAACP Wayne Wailer 21 and TraxweQ
Law done his Americans.
School
baring
address will be 1790 Broad. Franklin Jr. 10 Houston
j ,
undergraduate work at American .9 ; Declaring that be was no longer
and Rutgers Universities. wa,. I a part of President Johnson's Floyd Nichols, 25, Dallas; and

Re it a member of the D.C. OVERHEARD "Her father ,,, program In his district, Sen. Charles Freeman, 18, Port Arthur
: gave Tex.
Democratic Central Committeeand Dymally said be would not
the bride. He told her The students were not accused
e Uncle'
has been active in public away "be a flunky or an
affair*. He is married and hu age. Tom" for the Democratic' of the shootings, but of acting
In to aggravate the violence that
four children party 1968.
PLANS for a family outing I The; senator charged that local led to the slaying of Patrolman

werp being discussed. "Shouldwe .r 1 officials are not consulted or Louis Raymond Kuba, a policeman I

A Box bring field glasses?" the father ., Involved In Great Society pro- only M days.

hit teacher. "Mr$. Allen, could asked. Hu four-year-old grams. The President fails to Meanwhile Dr. J. A. Pierce,
;!
you phase tell m' what, ,we" daughter gushed excitedly in h maintain contact with "little acting president of the Univer*

.learned today? Because when I reply, "No! We don't have 'taf guys like me," he said. sity, revealed that students

get home my mommy it sure toask. Mommy it bringing paper;J i ..JJtt "Pm not opposed to President including the five charged ,
; have been suspended or expelled
Catholic Digeuj cups. _' Johnson, but Pm not doing
to be Ignored the way I was since the riot because "their

In 1964. They, the Democrats, performances were not In the
didn't think needed but Interest of the University."
they us,
this time I expect they will."

I. I Robert Mitchell, a New Albany Group Welfare

'Nit JI / Li1LtI lad, civil rights leader,becamethe
; I
:'',I{ ", : first Negro nominated for a

x i /" public' office In that city. He Gets New PreiyDALLAS .

.. ------- wu named to the City Council
BETWEEN sessions at the recent all-day workshop-edu; 'Don MaratOll'aecood from left), chief Planner, War On In a recent primary election -WhItney M.

cational seminar of the United Beauty School Owners and 'Poverty's Urban Renewal Opportunities, and Atty. Russell In Houston- Raphael- D. Atlas, Young National Urban League,

Teachers Association and Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority- R. DeBow. administrative assistant to Mayor Richard J. 43, a family counselor and executive director, has been

fraternity, held at the University of Chicago Center for Daley, while Mrs. Florida Dunlap, grand baslleus of the psyehoteraolst announced. replaced as president of the

Continuing Education, principals on the program gathered i, Greek letter groups, registers assent. The seminar recapped plans to run for mayor.A member National Conference on Social
for a brief chat and assessment of the program's activi events of the 22nd International convention held earlier of the National Association Welfare

ties. From left are Mrs. 'AnD Foot, association's deanof at Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Fla. of Social Workers, belsone> His successor is Wayne Vasey,
institute, voicing appreciation for addresses given by, (NPI Photo) of the few professional social dean, George Warren Brown

workers' to enter private prac School of Social Work, Washington

I Giles Bros. Hopes For Release NAACP Mourns Death i Senator Brooke To tice.In Selma, Ala.,the news wasn'tso Vasey set University Louts'poverty, St. Louis.

Of Langsfon HughesNEW Receive The NAACP good. Former Sheriff Jim program in 1964-65 general

.SPENCERVILLE, MD.-(NPI) 1961. He noted that this wu a Clark announced his intention manager d the city's Human
John and James Giles may be Capital cue and that the state YORK. The NAACP MedalNEW to run for the U.S. Senate in Development Corporation
celebrating their freedom form should have a "reasonable Joined millions of Americansthis SPINGARN 1968. He would seek the seat:

Jail on July 4, unless the crandJIU'J time" to seekanew indictment. week in mourning the death now held by Democrat Sea
Edward Lister
YORK. W.
comes up with a new rape Obtaining that indictment may of Langston Hughes, the noted Brooke m of -Massachusettsthe Hill. 2ARMYRESERVE

I Indictment againstthembytben. be difficult, u the woman Involved poet, novelist, short-story :
to winpopular
first
Montgomery County Circuit in the supposed attack writer, essayist,playwright and, Negro ever FIGHT CANCER
election to the Uj5.
Court Judge Walter H. Moor I hu left Maryland. onetime busboy who went on to
Senate hu been named th1ayear'
man dismissed an indictment Prince George's County achieve worldwide acclaim.

KEN KNIGHT against the brothers, accusedof State's Attorney Arthur A.Mar "Of many men It Is said 'We, Spingarn. recipient Medal of the awardedannuall.1 coveted WHEN YOU ARE III
,
raping a 16-year-old white shall, Jr., said she was now shall not see his like again,' the National Association
girl in 1961. living In Florida, where she but his tribute applies in truth by -
for the
Advancementof
The Judge said he would seriously married and hu two children.It to Langston who won our love
Invites You To Listen To- Colord People for distinguished You Seek The Best
Doctor
considering the brothers is not likely that the woman In his own special way. He gave ;
freed unless the grand Jury now 22, would want to returnto to people his riches of cheer, achievement by an 'When Your Doctor Prescribes.
American of African descent. Get
produced new Indictment within Maryland to testify and thus of compassion of righteous in- Experienced Pharmacists II
30 dignatlon over "The medal is presented annually According To Your Doctor's :
to
BIG BAND days. expose herself public em- wrongs,
to the man or woman of Orders. We :
UseOnly The Best
The indictment wu dismissedon barrasment and animosity. NAACP Executive Director Roy
African descent and American
the grounds that the grand But Montgomery authoritiessaid Wllldns said In a telegram to Quality Drugs.
who shall have'
Jury wu made to swear a she could be forced to Mrs. Toy'Harper Mr. Hughes'aunt citizenship,
"DANCE PARTY"Ktf.tljim belief in coo.- requirement return u a material witness. who lives in &;lem. made the highest acievement C*. E. BLACK, Proprietor

outlawed by a 1965 Court of Whether they would want to Mr. Hughes who passed on during the presiding year or )
years in any honorable field Registered Pharmacists To Serve
You
Appeals ruling. bring he backwasariother ques May 22 in Polyclinic Hospital Wll-:

.a. -- ; .tl t 12:00: 'Saturday 9 p.m.w ., Judge Moorman refused to free' tin here at the age contributor of 65, bad beena of tins human noted endeavor in announcing, Mr. the ............-..A COMPLETE LINE OF-....-...?.?.
since to the
the Gllles Brothers.Jailed r *i regular
% "w The'D.'S. 'of ; fNAACPs ,official, magazine award on June 6.
department Agi ,
; CoslmetIcs .
: In 1966 Brooke scoreda Rubber '
rj' 1400... :WRHC1400 BE; SURE; TO VOTE J-iculture lists 18 basic,types.,o!; THE CRISIS.,"We count it u Sen.breakthrough Ir' Goods Candles -.Sundries
Dollttcal
cheese with At least; 20 varietW a special nrlvileee that it was Massachusetts where the Negro .- PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's _
THE CRISIS,which gave Langs-
ton his first publication any population Is under three

where, in 1921, when appeared per cent-when he swampedhis :, Dug Store
Governor
with his poem, 'The Negro opponent, former
Speaks of Rivers/ Mr. WU- Endlcott Peabody, by J.Zl3n3to 1907 INGS ROAD (L*.I2J&
kina said. 744,761 votes. He had pre

In accepting the NAACPs viously been elected to two

i coveted Spingarn Medal in 1960 successive .terms u Attorney

UP.E M'R Mr. Hughes said he did so General alMassachusettsonthe, l!!!
'
BE DEMOCRATIC
"only in the name of the Negro Republican ticket. First In the
face of the John F. Kennedy
who
people have given me the

THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH JUMf AT EDGEWOOD AYE. poems materials and out stories of, plays which and my landslide and of again 1960 In In Massachusetts 1964 when' ELECTE

Lyndon B. Johnson woo his
songs, have come; and who over
I the years, have given me u overhelmlng victory.
The of the medal Is
well their love and understanding purpose
two fold first to call attention ( ) JOHNNELSON
CLOROXBLEACH and support. Without them, of the American peopleto
on my part, there would have
the existence of distinguished
been no poems; without their
1/2 GAL. hopes and fears and dreams, merit and achievement M1 '
American and
among Negroes,
19CLIMIT no stories; without their struggle
Secondly, to serve u a reward,
no dramas; without their
for such achievement, and asa
music, no songs.
stimulus to the ambition of
1 WITH >$5.00 FOOD ORDER Langston Hughes wu born In colored youth.
Joplin, Mo., on Feb I, 1902.
Sen. Brooke, the first elected
His mother was a schoolteacher
: official to receive the Spingarn
and his father wu a store CIVIl SERVICE BOARD ROUP 4
award Gold-
keeper. He was graduated from repudiated Barry
Central High School in Cleve- inter's candidacy in 1964, and WHO WILL SERVE PROTECT, AND
GIANT later published "The Challenge ,
SUPER SUDS land and later went to Mexicoto
of Change book critical
a highly
collect material for future

SIZELIMIT 29C works.Mr. Hughes' Initial employ the electorate of the 001"for'. the approach past 50 to HONORABLY REPRESENT YOU

1 WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER ment included Jobs u a cook years.A .
graduate of Howard University BUSINESSMAN
busboy and seaman. A scholarship ATTORNEY
enabled him to complete in Washington, D.C.,
his education at Lincoln University and the Boston University Law Paid Political Adv

FLA. GRADE "A"FRYERS' from which he graduated School, Sen. Brooke saw com- .
: in 1929.Articles bact action IB Italy and won
storiesIn the Bronze Star while climbing "
poems or VETERANSTHE
: LB.27C volume by Mr. Hughes have to the rank of captain.
His Negro predecessors In the
been Included In numerous anthologies.
Senate were Hiram Rhodes Revels -
He authored a two- '
volume autobiography, seven a preacher picked In 1870 JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC
,
the ,
by Mississippi) Legislatureto
books of verse, two novels,
two books of short stories, a fill the seat once occupiedby

CENTER CUT photo essay, three books of Confederate President Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking
Jefferson Davis and Blanche
,
humor on the fictional Harlem
character, Jesse B. Semple; Kelso Bruce, who wu sent to

PORK. CHOPS LB.69C three books of biography, two the Senate in 1875 also from

Juveniles anthologies and, and numerous five books other for MJ When 1ssIw he.receives the.52nd Applications/ Its

works. Spingar Medal at the NAACP's

Recalling the source and Inspiration .annual conventldn Brooke ,Veteran Class. 'I$
of his writing, Mr. July 10-15, Sen.
U.S. GOOD CHUCK ROAST IB. 49* Hughes once said: "There is Join a distinguished list of past ,

so much richness In Negro winners, including Dr. RalphJ. i

U.S. #1 POTATOES 35 humor, so much beauty In black Bunche Thurgood Marshall, l
10 LB. BAG Randolph
dreams, so much dignity In A. Philip Dr. Martin The
our struggle and so much universality Luther King, Jr., Roy Wilkins, Size. Of Our ClassesIs

,; PIllSBURY OR BALLARD BISCUITS ,', 3 CANS 25* In our problems, in .Langston Hughes B. Leontyne
'" us-In each living human being Price and John Johnson.
I The Spingar Medal wu instituted -
of color-that I
do not
FRESH CARROTS 1 LB. BAG 10* understand the tendency today In 1914 by the late Limited By Law. ;;

; that some American Negro J.E. Spingarn, then chairman


FLA. GRADE "A" SMALL EGGS 3 DOZ. IN CARTON 67* artists away from have from themselves of us.seeking.." or to running runaway the of the Association NAACP and late until Board president his of death DIrectors of- Enroll Now To Be Sure 01 ,,:


DELMONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE '4, 4& oz. CANS $1.00 A protest constant writer touch who maintained with, continue in 1939.the A fund award sufficient wu set up to

:events of the day, Mr..Hughes by his win "to perpetuate the Place. "
SPIC & SPAN CLEANER RED sin 23* submitted "The Backlash lifelong Interest of my brother,
Arthur B. Spingarn, of my wife,
:.Bines," one of his last poems,
B0m to THE CRISIS for Amy E. S 1nrarn.; and of myself .f
; LUCKY MACK ROACH & _ANT KILLER 49* :lust prior to Ms death.publication the American In the -achievements Negro" of' CALL 3559874tfiCt



v I


-A... ... .. I
-



sIJUI1 r im IT. mi STU nmt r ;



I


,
II I I


I
I

I
41 4

4 !

:t
j-1
t _.... 24
-- --- --- -- ----


Moon Over Miami MIAMI DEATH NOTICESMrs. '!!. Iiltil" Helps Uiiklllti Slice Yes Asked Me


......... BY LONMK PRUnr
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.Summer's vacation Mason la abloom Alice R. King of 090 NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALDEAR
in Miami Eeach with such special events as the Miss Universe
N.W. SUtStreet,Thursday,May LONNIE: My boy friend wants me to come over to Ms
Beauty Pageant, a world-wide orchid show, two series of eoncerts She is survived threedau&ht.r.
25th. by
and, la August, football. Mesdames Maggie house when no one is there. He keeps Insisting that I come by.
I These are to addition to the usual attractions bargain\ Geraldine, Lowrle: and I went a couple of times, and you know what happened. Be says
rates for luxury accommodations, swimming, fishing grey- Days, Parker Kermit na 4 Ax' he win see to It I don't get in trouble, but Pm afraid he win get
Mary one son,
bound racing, golf and sightseeing. Reaves of Rhtnes; ,Ga. Her remains tired o me If I make myself so common. What do JOIIII1at7

High point of the Miss Universe contest wW be the selection were shipped to Rhine,
la municipal auditorium the night of July 15 of the prettiest Ga. ReluctantIF
girl fit the world as judged from entries from more than SO s
countries. The present titleholder Is a lovely blonde from ....- ALL YOU'RE WORRIED about Is mkamgyourself com
Sweden, Margareta Arvldsson. Competing u Miss United moo, ,ou're lucky. Toucan solve that by Just being available often .

States is Sylvia Hitchcock, a University of Alabama co-ed Arnold Strachan of 1421 N.W. enough to be Interesting.I guess In a way you are tacky since
whose home Miami. 25th. you have a boy friend who says he wlllprotect you and keep j you
71st Street May
Thursday
The orchid show will be held In Miami Beach ExhibitionHall survived, ,wife Mrs. from getting into troubl. Lots ei gtrisprobab1 wish their boy
He is by a ,
Aug. 3.6In connection with the American Orchid Society's friends were like that. '
Emily Strachan; a son,Linwood
Eastern Conference. Those the show are anticipating !- :
planning Willie t
and a daughter, Mrs. .e. .
more than 50,000! square feet of exhibit space with Mae Duncombe of Detroit,Mich _
flowers from Europe, Latin America and many sections Funeral
d the United States. They expect it to be the largest and and services four grandchildren.conducted ji DEAR LONNIE: My little slsteris Just IS and she Is pregnant.
were Can you Imagine that?She Is 131 The school told her she
most comprehensive show of Its kind ever held in the South. June 1 In the Range nurse
Preseason football comes early on the scene across h a- Funeral Thursday Home, Chapel., should give the baby up for adoption when it Is born,, but my mother -
cayne Bay in the Orange Bowl with the Miami Dolphins playing says she will raise it as if It were our sister or brother.

San Diego Aug. 12 and Atlanta Aug. 19. Mrs. Sylvia McPhee, of 1273 What do you think it best?

Miami Beach's summer pops concerts open In the auditorium N.W. (1st TerrFriday, May Humiliated: .
June 25 with Roberta Peters as guest star. A series 26th. She Is survived! by four o y+l lI "
of 10 Sunday evening programs win be held, most of them Ethel Davis Fan- I DON'T BLAME YOU FOR FEELING THAT WAY.Some of
featuring Internationally known stars. Prices start at $1.50 daughter nette Linda Jones, and the kids now days can't get through teething before they start i
range to $4. McPbee ; Anthony trying to get in trouble. Your sister wiUprobably have todo,
Marsha McPhee a
son,
The popular Marine stadium concerts, also a series of six three what your mother says. I Just hope she doesn't keep making

10 begin July 1, continue through Sept.; 2, all on Saturdays brothers; Prince grandchildren Hepburn,,Vernal that same mistake over and over. If she does,'your mother's

nights. A gain, well known artists will be in guest star roles. Pratt, and William Sey going to have an awfully big family.

Performances are on a floating stage in front of the 6,500 Funeral service win be
mour. *
seat stadium In Biscayne: Bay Just south of Miami Beach. conducted on S&turda"lune 3,
Greyhound racing Is held nightly except Sundays In the Miami
.... Beach Kennel club, will continue through Sept. before moving at 1:00 AME: p.m.Church., In the Metropolitan DEAR LONNIE: How old do yon have to be before yon can

to the mainland for the fall and winter. leave home? Pve got to get away. Everybody hates me here,

Swimming golf, fishing and selection of night clubs and **..****.. they fight me and pick on me and beat me. I can't stand It.
restaurants are practically at the door for visitors here.

Many hotels and apartment buildings have pools on their Mrs., Ann Watson of 775 N.W. II18eraJieYOU
grounds, while a series of 10 oceanfront parks serves vacationers 41st Street. She Is survivedby '
with palm-dotted beaches within a few blocks of CAN LEAVE ANY TIME you can persuade your par
her husband L.D. ,
Watson ents to let live with some other
every section of the city. you member of the t mIlr.Do'OU
two brothers R.B. and Thorn:
Two U-hole golf courses and a par-three, nine-hole course; ton Williams, a sister Essie'I have a grandmother, older sister, aunt, cousin,-anybody
; I who would look alter you? If so see it they will
get
two municipal tennis centers and numerous playground parks Grace a nice Mary your parents
provide both exercise and leisure for all hotel and apartment Lewis Thompson sister-in-law; ,Mary' r4 to agree to let you live with them. If not, I guess you Just
a
guests: Williams; Her remains, were' have to wait until you are old enough to work and support your-

Fishing boats and guides may be engaged at docks along the shipped to Valdosta. Cia. Mnttl-talented Sammy Davis Jr., was In Buffalo New York to help generate Interest .elf.
bayfront and sightseeing buses and boats may be boarded In to "unemployed" head
and employment
mid-town for. trips to all major attractions, in this,area. ......... 'In of Project households.lET He a plan 11 shown to give above training with Geary W. Hasten, president of Haston Associates *.**.*.....*.

Inc. who is handling public relations for the program. e" U Negro to ask a question, send'lt to "S1Dce You )liked

Tops In Horn Ecoioailcshy. Davis, cut radio spots and taped several TV promos for Projet JET; Job, education, traln- Cbcagq! / WIDo1s DMM 60621.Iate Mu.--. 5701. South Stwte Street,


I log The procram.purpose of the program is to find Jobs for Ubemployed bead of households, and then '

have them tutored and trained on the Job site, u they earn a paycheck. The idea is the State Women Club CALENDAR EVENTS
um brainchild of Buffalo are businessmen and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, who Jointly ,
formed the Opportunities Development! Corp/,The J.C. In turn handles Project JET which TALLAHASSEE. Fl .r- The

is under contract with United States Labor Department. Meet In Lake Wale!I :calendar of events involvingIthe
Iwas lucky" Mr. Davis' said when he arrived in Buffalo for the{aplngT realize that first quartet of the 1967-

thousands of men aren't lucky as_I am. They have no marketable skills,not much education 68 year at Florida AIM University
i4 wrF ++ and very little challC.ei breaking off the welfare Pr'ojecct JETjbbeecauseesseceety LAKE WALES 7b1'"zero has been released bye

thing I say will give them the push they need to Investigate hour" Is fast approaching and. ,Edwin M. Thorpe, director of

with dignity Is a mans most Important commodity. I think it's thejgreatestl" .. :local club women are entbuslastically admissions and records.
winding up their preparation
Per.OOIIpp1J1Dc for entrance
,i for me invasion of what, ;during the fall
quarter are
reminded
'1 I Is expected to be the largest that 15 Is the
August
Po37 1+ tiiH'11[ 'Wins AppointmentAt 1 MiamiB Beat I delegation to attend the annual last day for making applicationfor

meeting of me Florida Association admittance. Students who

Miami.Dade, ,Sharrleff of Women's Clubs, and have not met the entrance requirements -
Girls Clubs next week end.
-Joe Lee Smith who Nothing like being in tee right place at the right time-_ Toe annual sessions of the are also remindedthat
Tuesday, August 1 L, is the
handsome Thomas Washington got the break of his life last
'halls from Fort Lauderdale, ''week on the Art Green "Hot L1neShow"....poor"Old Faithful"Art .'two groups with the, which regional are and affiliated national last day to take the entrance

; { Green was knocked out..overslept and almost missed' examination.The .
'pointed' associations, will be held
faculty reports to duty
Consultant Charles Lock-
hls "Gig" at WJl.M.E".even P.R. June 17-21 at the Walesbilt Hotel
(
Physical Education Departmentat ,heart wasn't around at the tlme..but Tom Washington was September 15. FAMU like all
Late Wales Wo
here with the
-
the Mlaml-Dade Junior College I all other Institutions In the'
there... A young hopeful sitting around the studio nightly and man's Club as hostess.
north campus. I getting orientated in the field of radlo..all can say Is when Miss Alice E. Moore of West State University System .of
Smith received Us Bachelor I he took over the controls he .0UDdecIl1te a uPrd'..JmmecU- President, Florida, Is going on the quar
Palm Beach FAWC
of Science' and Master.. of Arts. ately followlngcalls came in from several of the women'sgroups announced this, week that the. ter system for the first time
"" (naturally) for ".C. and commentator for local In September.
theme of the !59th annual session
f'twf" actlvltles.that's not all folks) he got a call from W.M.B.M. will be"The Club WomaD' Dormitories will open at noon

fi 'and landed his own show "Yoke of the Community" from Responsibility For A Beautiful .: Sunday, September 17, for,aQ
1LOO p.m. until Midnight..$ee What Perseverance will do? Florida" and activity's of new students. Faculty and staff
Another success story of being in the right place at the right the convention arebelng plan- conferences will be held
tlmeM.you find a Id of show people contacting booking agent September 18-19 and aa orlen'tatloo .
'
ned to give keynoting emphasis I I'
Johnny Burke who 'recently acquired Us AGVA (American ,perlod will be held for
to most of the activities of the .
Guild of Variety! Artist) Franchise... reporting In the office meeting.The neirBtudents' from September
was noble "Thin Man" Watts formerly with Lionel Hampton, Executive Board meeting 11.14. New students win
of Home Economics and Us wife thrush June Bateman M.C. and versatile begin registeringSeptemberZO,
,RECEIVES AWARD-A Junior in the Florida AIM University Department on Saturday, June 17, will continue .
Mrs. Margaret Castleberry (right Is shown here receiving the Crlsco Trophy for singer lerrllOll8., Dwight and Homer (The Tampa Boys) through Wednesday, June 'and the dormitories win open
outstanding work in home economics. The award Is being presented by Mrs. Ullle U. dancing and acrobatics duo..an excited promoter came in the 21. for returning students September

Robinson, assistant professor of home economic education at the University Mrs. Castle- offlce..told Johnny of a big cancellation and could be get him' ZO..CARTER'S .

berry Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gamble Williams of Wllllstoa. a show together... all Johnny Burke did was to call the artistsIn
FAMU staff photo by Earnest Flllyau. for a talk over...put them on the next plane to the Bahamas,'
Nassau to fill an engagement at the famed Cat A Fiddle RECORD CENTER..,

Supper Club.. "There's No Biz Like Show Bis. ,
Your professional beautician MIAMI CIURCI NEWS Who are the most beautiful women in the vorld?...The Miami
(degrees from Florida AIM II Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,Inc. produced ARE YOU A MUSIC LOVER?

knows the answer... Ebenezer Methodist Church, 1959 and 1963 respectively. HeIs them when they held their 17th annual Debutante Cotillion at '

1042 N.W. 3 Avenue, Aaron currently working on his doctorate the Miami Beach Auditorium.,jome of the Debs were seniors Then you want the latest laGopel ,
D. Hall Pastor. at Indiana University In from local Ugh scbools.nsome of the talented Debs are dedicated : and Rythm tf Blues for

Can hair be damagedfrom The 97th, Annual Session of ,Bloomlngton, Indiana. to community service".wlth high standards of behavior... Loa low! low prices. Twenty-six
your the Florida Annual Conference Smith was a physical education with a desire to acquire a higher educatlon..some who represent !d (26) Great Selections for only
of the Methodist Church will teacher and coach at Gibson various denominations and active In church work.,.you $3.93 This month's Gospel I

brushing, alone? convene at Bethune-Cookman High School In Titus 111e, .would have had to be present to witness such poise, grace 't\t\ Come James Way ,'
College Daytona Beach, Fla, Florida from 1959-63. He also and charm each possessedM.you could see the proud parents Along ', The
from to sun and natural June 7-11. taught at Rock Island Elementary smiling with assent and each Deb was accompanied by a Caravans, "Remember Me",
All hair becomes damaged exposure
compounds and chemicals, Im The pastor Rev. Aaron D. and EYlr&lade.lua.lor handsome escort (some on their first dates) to make their Dorothy Norwood. "Old Lady's
elements Certain greasy many School: Fort Lauderdale from committee had If Bouse" Shirley Caesar "Don'tBe
Hall pastor of Ebenexer Methodist debut to society each debutante.Mevery s ,
at-
used also take their toll...not to mention simple ,
properly ,
the hair with brush not made of, Church, along with Mr. 1963-67. respective function and it has been marked u the "social Arald", Five Blind Boys
tempts at beautifying any and W. H. Fuller and Mr. JamesE. A versatile athlete In Ugh I event of the season"-A tip of the hat to the most beautiful S.W. Michigan State Choir and
brittleness, breakage, dry
natural bristles. The results are
Martin, left Tuesday to beta school and college, Smith will' women in the world. others .
dull looking hair. beautician knows how artificial bristles' attendance. coach track In addition to his Never have Mlamians witnessed such an Informative meeting Rythm rI Blues. Special, Aretha Franklin, "Respect. Baby

Your professional deal of the "lubricants" of the hair At midnight- Saturday- buses :teaching duties, like the one held last Sunday at Muhammad's Mosque 029... Baby", "I Never Loved A Man" and other. Chuck Jackson
actually brush away a great And trained beauticians will leave from the church the headlines on the Marquee would make you think of a world Maxine Brown, "Hold On Pra Coming," "Something ,Toe

that give it body, lustre and Clairol4 protection condition' Beauty Pack Treat to attend the Sunday morning .MIAMI I SHORT heavyweight bout via "early bird lattWte'.1t read: "Minister Got, "Daddy's. Home", I Need To*So?
Claim that beats
nothing "
services of the conference Muhammad All vs "Buttertall" Dee Jay d WJLM.E. curiosity -
merit for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. .' the pastor's aid board. Those sent us running& with PHOTOGS, ete..flrst thing we met Carter's Record Center
leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition' Is an chemical easy-to- who take the trip may purchase MIAMI BEACH, Fla.- Caliber 'was S.R.O. (((Standing Room Onlv.lt) was a question and answer 759 IC.". I14t1a Street
work-with creme which can even be applied during a tickets from Mrs. Margaret of South Florida tarpon period with th e heavyweight boxing champion of the world Miami, Florida JSU7 .
has been'
of hair that
straightening retouch to prevent drying Clark and Mrs Isa-' fishing needs no description who showed Us ministerial q1pllf1..H".1D auwerinl"Butt.rbal1" .
-- -
In deep.
ultimate repairing
previously relaxed. condition' is the other than the rules -'' to Mu
.
beU Francis.liy. governing .our eyes were really opened messenger -t
down damage. And, when time is a factor for.their customers,, : a tournament In nearby 'hammad's program..Mlnlster annswered some questions
Dew-the lotion conditioner NAME _________ ______
Hair f
hairdressers turn to ne* Clairol ,
waters. Anglers
using casting that have been in back of my mlndH.Thanks for the Invite...
that penetrates so fast many think of it as an Instant tackle are penlised if they eater 'I shall return... I

conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol, : U.S. a fish under 50 pounds UNSUNG HEROINE: Dolly Graham, the Miami representative I STREET-
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to and fishermen using boat rodsIf and circulation manager of our peper..ahe has proven, you I
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. they submit a catch under :can make a barn loot like a palace..come Into our office (CITY -STATE -..
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles., 75 pounds. and Inspect: it..jemlnds you of one of the downtown news I Gospel Social C.O.D. (I will pay postman
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many odor SAYINGSBONDS ....... ,offlces..Jwr creative female touch, her object d'art are a Rythm n* Blues 011 delivery, plus hostage I IF
,causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be re-l' One sf the most-traveled bottles real collection of antiques, comtemporary and modern and t C.o.D. Charges

_vitalized periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask) of all times was found each Item a "conversation peice", .we are proud of Dolly f
:
'this expert to check the condition of your hair. "i' recently on a canal beside a and the office at 5018 N.W. Seventh Avenue Is breathtakingand F[ We'll pay postage on orders accompanUd' by

Only your professional beautician knows the answer for lUre golf course on the mainland I the finest on Seventh Avenue..so sorry tohear 1JIe' 1aalDltoquit. cash, cheek or! money order. ..J

Ctlrallnc.l9t7 C4uftwo! CI lrflllno. Ttf west


t


... ... I -n .....rlo.! r. 1. "' ... .



... . .
n. n .. .. "P" on. "mTO m m. ..m. n. 'ho no. 0. '

I r. CEI--- J1-1

mi PAPERS, MTBRDAY IBNE I 11, I

Divld Pearson Riled June Taylor Donohue Will Drift Receives Award Of Heroism Willie Davis LA.'s Speedster I

I LOS ANGELES-Willie Davis, rson and as wu to be expected
Tops By Race Experts Shatter RecordsDAYTONA IB Paul Revere Rice ,of the Los Angeles Dodgersa be got a very slow start.
short time ago was tabled From this Inelegant start in,
BEACH David JACKSONVILLELackawanna Daytona July 4 by Ms Manager aWaltthe tools 1967 Willie slowly started to
Pearson driving a Holman- Park wu the site for Region as the player with roll until be became the team's
Moody Ford, is the man to beat One AAV Junior Olympic Track DAYTONA BEACH Mark to become a super star. leading hitter on May 26, when
in, the Carolina 500 at Rock- and Field Meet, which ended Donohue of Murray Hill, N.J., "Davis has Improved his be went Z-for-4 at bat against
Ingham'f fast Speedway onSun- on Friday. During the three day ODe at America's outstanding strike tone," Alston said. one of the National Leagues
day, June 18, according to the stand sixteen records were ports car drivers, will show "He's more particular with leading pitchers Juan Marlchal,
Pure Oil Racing Panel of Ex. broken and eleven of them were his speed and skill In the Paul 'yi'1i/p 1 1a choosing his pitches to bit." in a loosing cans as the Giants
perts. in the dashes or relays. Revere 250 road-track race / Willie was out until May with defeated the Dodgers 4-1, In
The Panel, made up of expersts June Taylor figured in tow of at Daytona International Speedway a sprained ankle, missing 14 San Francisco
from all parts of the the.records that were set Running .. during the Fourth of July games at the start of the sear
United States, cast 76 ballots
on the Carolina 500 and Pear- racing Donohue program.will drive a blistering Twinkle, twinkle Superstar,

son's name was on 24 of them. last Camaro that Is owned and. How we wonder where you are.
Estimates of Pearson's winning set up Roger Panske, until his
{ r
speed ranged from 119.420 retirement one of the SCCA's 1Wr
m.p.h. (nearly 4 miles per hour most successful drivers The:
faster than Rocklngham'i Camaro wu seen here In the'
qualifying record) to a rather Daytona 300 Trans-Amerlcan -- What happens to the American League
slow 100.000 m.p.h.Unaccustomed > la February and reached speeds h PORTz sa'e' When superstars like Mantle and Robin
as be is to taking approaching 180 m.pX, on tile I Ibactstra1gl1t. Y S'" 1 '?"? :- son are.aone7While the National League
second place in any polL comes on strong with heroes like Richie
Richard Petty bad to be content Donohue, an engineer by profession "r'v'. Allen and Roberto Clemenie, the American .
with the runner-up spot In this and a protege of the League managers h nervously
one. Petty, who has won more late Walt Hansgen, Is the hottest for boy-wonders of their own See how
races than any other NASCAR sports car driver In the they size up Sam McDowell,Boog Pow.'
driver, past or present, wu U.s. right 'ow. He I Is far aheadIn u :"oir: | ell and 8 other superstar possibilities.I \,
this month's Sport Magazine Along witha
given 22 votes of confidence.
the battle for the United
Nine other drivers were named new section on 'Sports' New Golden Age", including 8
winners Panel States Road Racing Championship stories and articles on golden boys such as Richie Allen., Jim
u likely by
having won three of four Ryun and Joe Frazier.
racing authorities. races so tar against the stUf- Plus Sport's Giant Sport Quiz offering 10,000 in cash and ,
Third place went to Cale Yar- out of Wilder Playground, est competition Col. Louis Gersbenow, Deputy Commander and Chief o f Staff of the Military District other prizes to the fans who know their stuff.
borough with 9, and Darel' she set new marks of 9.2 In Young Dooohue, (known to Us of Washington, D. C. left and U. S.Senator Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) congratulate Sp.4 Anthony For.an authoritative, in-ddepook at,
,Dieringer took fourth with the Junior girls 75-yard dash rivals as "CapUn Nice," has Gray of Philadelphia, right, who received the Silver Star for heroism. The presentationwas the personalities who sports happen .
Paul Goldsmith wu in fifth and 6.4 In the 50 yard dash of won SCCA national championships made in Senator Scott's office in Washington. pick up Sport. July issue now on sale. rim+ ......s to s,.rtSPORT
spot with 6, and Bobby Allison the Jacksonville recreation department In many different size

followed with 3. sponsored meet. cars, and has been a factory R. W. E. Jones Prexy-Coach FAIRNESS SINCERITY JUSTICE
Five drivers received one vote Miss Taylor is the daughter driver for Ford. He finished -
each. They were Dick Hutcherson of Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor thlConte
of 5861 Road. She Named Coach Of The Year I
Curtis Turner, Buddy Marigold Continental of 1966 In a Mark
Paschal and James is also honor student at Northwestern a1'' a'wF
Baker Jim a .
Hylton., Junior High Schoolmaintsininga n, and has made strong showIngs ST. JOSEPH, MO.-Presldenf in baseball as hobby wu presented hall ci Fame and in 1963. He F (''
at LeMans. Coach R.W.E. Jones of Cramb- with Hanna Batrlte award was honored with a special N" I
The Pure Oil Panel will mate 3.8 Average.
In the Paul Revere, Donohue ling College and former bees on behalf of the Hanna Manufacturing award from the American Association -
The
Its next forecast on tile Fire- norldaMUJunlorOlympic Elect
and ah1 coach Bob Lee Sourthern University of Baseball
Company of Athens, College
held in Clearwater
cracker 400 at Daytona Inter- will be ,
and his Camaro will race cited tile NAIA Coaches.
were by Ga. which annually honors the
national Speedway on 'July 4. on July 22.
through the darkness over the along with a major league NAIA baseball coach of the year. Lee and Jones received turnabout
Speedway's 3.81 mile circuit manager and player during the Don Protester Uorningslde honors.The Southern University
. Add Zip. to Your Camping Trip. In competition with the fastest annual Baseball Hall 'Of Fame (Iowa)president of the baseball mentor was honored u
uteniib -will need- for each meal. Mustangs, Cougars, Darts, banquet. coaches usolcatlon announced coach of the year In 1961.Honors ,' f- A man who is Civil Service
Summer b the season for million you Barracudas, Porsches, and Lee veteran 'for duo minded. A man who knows
You or not need a port. a 33-years the national selection and presented distinguished were reversed 6 ,
may may
of take the fresh
outdoor American for to teuurely to able grill or camp stove, dependingupon Aid-Romeo CTAs in the coun- of coaching baseball,basketball the award. in 1967 lID what turnedout Y because be received a permanent -
boating hiking just camping simple what will be available at your try. and football was inducted into Gr'amb ling has a scintillating to be a big night for Louisiana civil service appointment.
or a
day' excursion to the beach. camp utei. The Paul Revere will be followed the NAIL Hall of Fame which 35-1 record and tops tile NAIA with citations going to He is now retired and can.
A picnic meal for a day'i outing Try to keep all equipment at a some seven hours later Dave Bristol of the Cincinnati and NCAA in team battlngCSSS) Jones, Lee and Causey. ," ,r work for you.
tt relatively eaiy, but packing food minimum. It', belt if everything ,,by the ninth annual running of Reds and Wayne Causey Chicago and boast the nations lowest Like coach Jones, Lee ranks
for several days becomes somewhat U unbreakable, and make lure con. the Firecracker 400 for late White Sox iaflelder.Causey, earned run pitching average as one of the most successful
Involved. A few minutes tauten for such things at salt and model stock cars. This race, is
more spent a graduate of Northeast State ((0.88)). men In his profession. His
in advance planning and wile ,hopping pepper have tight lids.Even worth more than$66,000,starts College Monroe, La. In three previous trips to col- southern squad won tile NAIA
can lave you much time and if you have a toteable cooler at 10 a.m. on the Fourth of President Jones was named lege world series Jonesiirected world series in 1959. Lee's Franklin Frank) P.'
trouble later foods that require refrigeration and will feature the (
July, top NAIA coach of the year. The his teamtotherunnersup baseball team won eight South-
should be minimum.
Make bit of the foods and kept at a
a drivers of NASCAR and IBAC. eminent educator who dabbles stop in 1963 and again in western Athletic Conference
-r 1964.<< championships and his basket-
"YOUR DOLLAR: ._ The present Grumbling team ball club won five titles. One KINCADERepublican
not only ranks as one of the best of his star players on the '59
In the schools history but is team was Lou Brock St. Louis
BUYS MORE t listed u the number one college Cardinal star. Although he re-,
baseball team in the U.s. by llngqulshed the Job u head
the newspaper Collegiate coach two years ago Lee still Candidate
AT YOUR. BANNER, "I Baseball. remains active u an assistant
In 1964 President Jones was in the games he loves. CIVIL SERVICE IDAHO GROUP 4
FOOD STORE"' n? elected to the NAIA Baseball
i ; QUANTITY PRICES )ODi Paid Political Adv.

RIGHTSUSERYfQ; THIWHSMIWAY I M
i "YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER" [ ears' and Years of Promises. .' ; -

Year after year after year the negro

HERSHEY'S SWIFT PREMIUM' fULLY COOKED' And What Have You: Got ? community! of Jacksonville has heard

5 LB. PICNICS, the politicians' promises. And what

SUGAR BAG 380 4 TO i LB. AY G: (IB., 39. C For Fears the politicians have taken have YOU gotten?

YOU for granted. They think they
9 More houses turning to slums. Rundown
-
LIMIT ONE mm imnoni MORE FOOD OIDERNIGER'S SWIFT PREMIUM
/ can have your votes with cheap schools and poor facilities for

I INSTANT) CHUCK ROAST, IB, 48*, talk and cards distributed just before your children. '


S&S LONG GRAIN election. They have degraded Dirt streets while those elsewhere
OZ.
i COFFEE, lOl JAR 980 RICE 3 LB. BAG 390 and tlisftraccd your city. are paved.

9 Something CAN be done to make
0 Lack of police protection for your

tOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00 OR MORE. FOOD. .ORDER. thing, better homes and stores.
SWIFT PREMIUM'
'
,
BANNERCOFFEE 1 CHUCK STEAl DR. WILLIAM HEMIIREE is runGood jobs going to others.
11-:: ti.,59
380 ping for mayor. Dr. Hembrre care
The worst taxicab service in the'
about Jack onvlll..'* negro com
KRAFT CHEDDAR U. S. A.

390 munity. He'll get things done for
DOLLAR ITEMS CHEESE B oz, The poorest playgrounds for your

you. children in Jacksonville.
BLUEBIRDGRAPEFRUIT -

JUICE 41 }Z. 4 $ AZALEA ALL:MEAT',SLICED It takes courage to change. Rill Hot old buses while air-conditioned

SWEET OR UNSWEETENED CANS fIR BOLOHGA Hembree has it. Do you? Declare,

BLIEBIRB LB. 59C your independence. buses run in other parts of town.


: 4fi IZ. AZALEA ALL MEAT ------ 'J..F:
ORANGE JUICE

SWEET OR UNSWEETENED' CANS 4 FOR FRANKS 12 0I. PIG. 390 : f'i'f'i .

"TIE REAL THING FROM FLORIDA !,--r/'B'" \
.
FLORIDA GRADE "A MEDIUM .ff. dI

OSAGE RAGGEDY RIPE EGGS

PEACHES W. 4 "R DOl. 29C_ '


SILVER COW tVAPORATED BAKER1TE

MILK TALL CANS 6 FAR LIMIT ONE PLEASE, WITN J5.09.

II MBRE FOB ORDER QQS

DEL MONTE GOLDEN CREAM STYLE 3 LBO caNS t tt1 x

CORN, '/#/303 CANNIBLETS 5 FOR .' S i 1 i
'
CABIN HOME PLAIN OR SELF RISING

WHOLE KERNEL MEAL'

; CORN 12 oz. 5 FORM 5 LB. Bit u.39c I

KING PHARR

I OKRA & TOMATOES #303' 4! "I IICkENZIE GREENS


GREEN GIANT TENDER SWEET COLLARDS A

PEAS. 303 4 SIR MUSTARD .. _


IDEAL, n' TURNIPS WITH ROOTS "R : Elect HEMBREE Mayor


DOG FOOD'hi i &1 FIR 1101. POLY BAGS $1O0: Paid Political Adv., r \


J I
I, 1

.. .. .. .. ... .
'-' ',: '_ .::...,.: ,: _'_' "0.6.... -- 6. ....._ .:. ".:":,.. ._. _._



.... -- . . _. .. . _-_._ -.--- -.- .. --_ .- .TI -


.' I
.
invr
n. Ull

.111I.. .... m1I" ", .... u

Soathera U. Coach Goes Into little AI Downing Top Athletes Hear Cassius' Side Fit L I

Some SEC Colleges Dragglsg Feet

I NAIA Baseball Hall Of FameBATON Finds Confidence

h RecrBittog Negroes Mug
ROUGE Ice-NPl.So ghern Unimlty Bob Lee Al Downing Is working harder Says

tux been Inducted into the VAIL tautaii Hail nrr. >m*.. by throwing easier wbIc1c0QJ4add NEW YORK-TIM UnlversiSes/
--- -- -- of Mississippi
up to being the solution to Alabama Aa-
A veteran Mjrearaotcoach- .'17 winning average-and five the most successful season in beta and Louisiana State is the Southeastern Conference have
log baseball,bubu.uaouaDdtootb&11 i
not recruited Negro athletes, according to u editorial
SWACcbampionshlps his major league career. the I'
Lee-eJcofwUh Wayne I
current lint
ft SPORT Uinrln
'
*
.
has two
Casey Chicago White Son Infielder Around th e SWAC, Bob Lee The young south pro
is known and respected u a shutouts In his last three starts
aodClnclnnatl Reds Manager The chancellors at these Universities athletically, and Alabama said
best record the
teen and and the on
bate highly preceptive dedicated owns
Bristol- ru Inducted and other colleges that he wasn't good enough academically -
in ceremonies at St. man who, no matter bow New Yorkyanteelpltch1nc1tattIS.
Joseph, do not have Negro athletes all
serious or crucial the situation !"
Mo." Its recently.Just hard to believe that can always see the bright In 1963, when Downing first "w j lag say to they recnit have tried Negroes.or are try In the Atlantic Coast Conference .
this Is happening to me said and light side of things. came to the Yankees he had a I A "Ap whose academic standards
parently they haven't tried hard
Lee bordering After serving chief assistant blazing fast ball that accounted r enough5 are similar to the SIC'.
on
choking
up comments the SPORT
victories. The following 1 1ve
In an obvious show at emotion to the late Coach Mumford, for 13 editorial. league commissioner JIll
when he learned of the coveted he became director of atheltlcs year be had the same number The case of quarterback Bill Weaver points to a number of
honor. at Southern In 1952. He served of victories and led the American Triplett of Negro athletes on scholarships
Temple Rich in
The likable former Jaguar ashead football coach for three League In strike-outs with Ylcksburg, WI"I'1JppI.1Iclte4 and says emphatically, "As far

baseball basketball, football seasons.A )W. ; to illustrate the contention According as this conference concerned
and athletic director becomesthe native of New Cretans Lee Al states, "I think working in to the article SPORT- race is no longer a question"
as earned a total d 14 letters in the bullpen the first part of the the athletic director at Ole, "Race should no longer be
the second Southern university high school and college. He was season has helped me."Myarm Miss claimed he was interested a question In the S.E.C elttur"

coach to enter the Hall of Fame. quarterback LeUoyne college is stronger now than Itever has .. _. la Triplett. But Triplett, an states. the SPORT editorial
The late: A. W. Uumford was Memphis as a member of the been." With the stronger arm -- -'II.A''iMIaJI&i.. -' outstanding football player and 'It'. time the Southeastern
Inducted into the football Hall famed ''LeKOfUlofag1elans. Downing has new found confidence CLKYELAND-NaUoif top Negro athletes: gathered for a at B-plus student never beard Conference Colleges stopped,
meeting the
of Fame He coached Booker T.Wash- and is once again Is the and Economic Union to bear Casslua Clay's view for rejecting: Negro Industrial IromOlt...... dragging their feet. ICs time
ington High school, Memphis starting rotation shows (front Bill army induction News conference for them to face up to the
Lee's tenure u Southern's row) Russell, Boston Celtics, Cassisu In another case, SPORT cites
Jim
baseball coach began In 1949 before moving to Southern for Alcindor. (Back rowleft to right! : Carl Stokes Democratic State Clay Brown and law the dlfflcnlities encountered by law of the land, or face" of
the first time In He then Browns Rep; Walter Beach, Cleveland financial assistance
1942. federal
the the ; Bobby Mitchell, Washington foot
year sport was adopt- Powell's Attorneys Redskins; Sid Williams, Cleveland Browns Curtis seven basketball star ArtIs article
served a stint at Central McCllntoo, Kansas concludes the SPORT .
one-year
ed City Chiefs Willie Davis
; uumore
as a championship activity Green Bay Pakcers Jim Shorter former ot uotnan, .uatama.
in the Southwestern Athletic State college Xenle, Ohio Brown and John Woolen, Cleveland Browns. UPI TELEPBO1 who has offeres from 115 Ltmpi and Japanese lantern
Conference. Under his guidance in 1946, and the following rIUret1ll'Jl8d Confident Hell Win colleges. According to a' lighten tummer1 night but don't '

the team placed second in the to South.rn.lie I spokesman for the U$. Office let the lumiiutlon explode into aSr. I
initial SWAC race. remains active as assistant WASHINGTON -_NPI( )>_ At of Education, '"Auburn said ..LtPage'i often the precaution.
lee-coached teams won a total baseball coach to Emery torneys for Adam Clayton Young Disputes BiasIs U.S. Court Upholds Gilmore wasn't good enough ,Apply ptaitic electrical tape around .
of eight SWAC championships Hines after relinquishisgthetapjob Powell have asserted that aU wire.
between 1940-1960. His champ three seasons ago. they'll "overcome someday,"
despite a Supreme Cause Of Negro Purchased From Chrysler Corp.
ionship seasons were 150-52-53 Court setback -
; co-champion with Wiley college Clay Stands delaying court action on Peaceful PicketingRICHMOND Famou>,50,000, Miles or Year Warranty
Some Air Conditioned
In Powell's bid for
1954;conference champ- restoration of
ions In 1955-57-59 and again his Congressional seat. Deaths In Vietnam M Dart 270 4-Door .$1795
Firm Belie!
In 1960. OR The Ugh court was unlikely to Va.-A Federal Court victory scored here by 66 Valiant 200 Door.$1795
In the baseball the take up the Powell NEW YORK-{NP1}- Whitney the National Associations
wars over Muhammad All, former heavyweight case until for the Advancement of Colored lnrhl.D( ?t.rltl'o'\y'.Jll.UING./ AND
14-year period, Lee's Southern boxing 'king' was denied )ate this year. But Herbert M. Young, Jr., National Urban People has significantly broadened the scope of activities 65 T Bird Super, Clean.$2795
teams won a total of 209 games a request by the United States O. Reid, one of Powell's seven League executive director which may be participated in by civil rights groups accord- I AIR' CONDITIONED. LOADIO.

and lost only 52, for a phenomenal Supreme Court that the government lawyers., said the court, in delaying between has disputed the alleged link log to NAACP officials. 65 Pontiac Catalina... ....$1995
.819 winning percentage.One action, was trying to discrimination and thedfsDrODOrt1mAte ,
of the National League's be boctedf1omprOllCut- ._"nltt. "..-....I.Ir1.e.. ....v. ......... .,._.__._. numKoi.- nf M>_ Judge John D. Butzner ruled, let stand an $89,000 Judgmentin -- 66 Falcon AIR CONDITKSNIO.Futura 4-Door $1695
brightest young stars-Lon The ousted Congressman Sao soldiers fighting and dying' that the NAACP couIdlaYMlJ a similar case in Savannah, AUTOMATIC TDANL. .,... .
Brock of the St. Louis Cardin- eventually will win his suit for in Vietnam. conduct a nonviolent boycott Ga., in 1969.: 64 Riviera Buick..,..$2395
als-Is aproduct of Lee's coachIng reinstatement Powell's attorneys The high proportion of Negroes against Victoria, Va., merchants The Virginia case grew out 66 Al* CONDITIONID. NIW TIRII LOADIO.
at Southern. said. serving in Vietnam, he who refused to denounce of a selective buying campalgan Camaro .$2695
Brock was on the 59 squad "I think the Supreme Court will asserted, Is "due to the tact the anti-Negro Ku Klux (dan. staged in Victoria in September CONDITION1Da Ci0CYQWA IANTY.WI! ITlllNp Am
which won the NAIL championship r accept it when It comes up again that the Army offers more Opportunity An an-white Jury also dismissed of 1969. 65 Chevrolet Impala Wagon.$2195
to go along with the SWAC and I honestly think that it will for advancement for the suit in which Stan- The NAACP and the Virginia V* All CONDITIONID. LIKI NIW.

title Two seasons later. Lee rule in favor," said Reid. learning skills and using natural ley Homstein, owner of a re- Student Civil Rights Committee, 65 CADILLAC SEDAN .. .$3495
won the NAIA baseball coach sI The Supreme Court, in an talents for dignity, for tall dry goods store, sought both active in the community LOADED a. LIKI NIW, AIR CONDITION/ .
of the year award. unsigned order refused to grant self-respect, and a sense of damages of $180,000 against in promoting voter registration 64 Cadillac Sedan DeVllle. .$2695
As Soutbenfsbasketballcoach Powell a speedy hearing on his worth than does the present the NAACP, other civil rights school integration and political AIM CONDITION W. W.TIRII AND JUIT LIKI A NIW CA*.
for 13 years Lee guided his charge that be was unconstitutionally condition of civilian life.;. organlxatlons and 11 Individuals. action programs, had charged 64 Chevrolet., Only 23,000 Mi. .$1295
teams to a 206-81 record& barred from the That high proportion, be aid. NAACP General CounselRo- that Victoria merchants dls- 65 Mustang R1H AUTOMATIC.
House of Representatives.The Is not due "to gross discrimination bert L. Carter, and NAACP 'semlnated Nan literature from RADIO a .': $1395
Fear case now goes back to the u has been charged." Associate Counsel Barbara A. their establishments prior to
Rape Suspect Court of Appeals for the District "For the majlrlty of capable Morris and S.W. Tucker of Klan rallies in the area. f ciL 11'.1"lf.\', OWA.'::::: ::
::
rt'......:............ II .
of Columbia which Powell young Negroes, the Army Is Richmond, who served as trial The NAACP and the student ulClC .......... ,....."11
Has Neck GrowthNEW attorneys had tried to leapfrog their university, one result of lawyers in the case, noted that group countered by passing out OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM:
in their efforts to have the which is the very high proportion the VJS. Supreme Court had vlrculars in the Victoria bull-

ORLEANS-CNPI) -- Supreme Court handle the cut. of Negro reenlistment. Hal ness district urging Negroesnot R. EVANS
"And the high Fraizer spend their In the
who awaits Inc him on draft defiance charges proportion of money
Edgar libel a second -
until his battle with the Selective Savannah Negro combat deaths is due to stores "which do not publicly
trial In Seeks
case, Is.being a 17-year-old checked..for a Service System is com- Negro the simple fact that, eager to Turned Entertainer denounce the Ku Klux Klan." 3rd & MAIN
.P prove themselves,aNgherpro- In his suit, Mr. Homstein
posaibMcrwtItoaJaia.Ik Doctors to find;;T. Trial bu'1en ietor( rlWii'lfl"County Commissioner' portion of Negroes"Yolunteer' ,( As a. ,youngster. Fr"sterf charged (hat the boycott direc- .- EL 44381 OPEN TILL 9.30: P.M. EL 4-6382 .
were trying
on a charge of refusing to be Inducted for hazardous duty" thought be would spend his early ted at his store infringed on .'
"whether: the -
growth was Into the Army. Ail contends Writing in Haprer's Magazine adult life playing professional his right to remain silent under ,
malignant Young noted that the football Instead that phasr of the First Amendment which
he would have been exempted SAVANNAH Ga.-'lbt local white
Alton Labat now' 44, and 38 Clifton from the draft because be Is branch of the NAACP has soldier fighting In Vietnam is his life Is that of a rapidly rising protects freedom of speech.In Martini
Poret now were In a minority, although baritone. his charge to the ?
sentenced to in 1953 in a Black Muslim minister. requested that a Negro be considered some Jury
i the death to fill a vacancy on three-fourths of American Hal, tells It that be went to Judge Butzner directed the
reported of New
Orleans white rape a Boston NAACP the seven-member County troops there are white. Florida AIM on a football panel to consider only actual ,
woman. Commission. The white soldier "needs the Scholarship from Stone High damages resulting from violence -

aside Their by convictions the Fifth were UX Circuit set Continued From Page 5 In a letter to the com- friendship and help of nonwhites School in Melbourne. "At first harassment or illegal r
entertain-
whether Vietnamese music was purely an picketing.
,
Court tern which allegedly triggeredthe missioners Savannah NAACP or
of Appeals In 1968
on the riot. President W.W. Law said: Negro. Thus, he has taken great ment for me." Mr. Carter and Miss Morris .
I ners and grounds that wage-ear Meanwhile, Mr. Cuscott said "Although you have had numerous trouble to understand the Negro Choral director and associate said "The significance of this
Negroes were systematically DrCiIuaor rf moscl at FAMU.
ftehttne beside him. case is that It has broadened
excluded from the that his organization would soon coDortimlties to do so. ---re
Orleans parish Jury venire release a program aimed at not once have you favorably "As a result, the Negro sold rr the scope of activities which
The two have probably spent public information and legisla considered a Negro for appoint let has developed sophistication w may be participated by the,
more time on death than tive action to eliminate discrimination. ment to the County Com and self-confidence," NAACP units so that they may
row
mission. Young said, on the basis of I take affirmative action when
anyone Confined else to in the country. The program, to be presented "This is unfair and undemocratic recent trip to Vietnam. 't .A. the situation in their communityso
Charity Hospital
Labat was examined by Dr., to the 1967 NAACP annual convention and futbermore is a rejection "He is not going to fall Tic- demands'"'

Fred Eisenbrod, according to here July 10-15:, "will of a large reservoir of tIm again to his old sensed BRING YOUR NOTICESTo
Criminal Sheriff Louis direct activities to positive talent that should be available stunted purpose. The
Jr. Heyd, social, political and economic to the community." It he returns home to the FLORIDA STAR
mobility," said Mr. Guscott. same old discrimination, the 2323 Moacrlet Road
Negro soldier "may find good Or Mall To:
I 1 reason to use his skills and P.O.
Box 899
for.
Vote ... r
risk his life against the Jacksonville.Fla.: ,,32201 ,
enema of personal
Injustice as
he did against the enemy of s,.
Ted FORSYTH Watch .Y
I Communist aggression," Mrs Rebecca W. Steele,'dIs-
Young warned covered Frailer and encouraged This Clown

; Council l Ward 3 him to seek a career in
.'i City music and entertainment
Since Frailer left FAMU be Ie 51 3.

,I has taught school, appeared on
a1Clb the Joey Bishop Shorn Art Link- lea 11 21
I. letters Talent Scout. He is scheduled -

Many citizens remember Ted asa I Martin for and appearances Jackie Qeason on Dean 3S

catcher for the Jacksonville I T. r J Shows this summer 3

Tars and Jacksonville Braves Hal Frailer An Entertainer .
Baseball teams. Ted made many ...thought he'd play football 1 I

friends In this area when the 11 12. UI Make it perfect
*
team
played at Durkee Field at --
8th and Myrtle Ave. '
He was a team mate of such .131 .- 151 111

baseball stars as Henry Aaron, IMPORTANT AUTO INSURANCE NOTICE TO sometimes. t ,SometinUi
Horace Garner, Wes Civington and ALL FLORIDA CAR OWNERS ANI>DRIVERS fie'. Down He Adds,Subtracts,
Preacher Williams. Reworks it all around.. A
The recent bankruptcy of a Florida Insurance Company
has left many motorists without Insurance coverage. The 111 114 111COMWG.ATTRACTIONS .
(tare of
Florida Financial Responsibility Law states in part;
FAILUBE TO CARRY AUTOMOBILE LIABIUTT INSUR '
ANCE MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
TED FORSYTH believes that TED FORSYTH will work for AND MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS FOR A PERIOD OF 14 -. 16 65
'a City Councilman should a realistic millage con- THREE YEARS"
4
r art
not be influenced by any t r o 1. To assist all persons subject to (the provisions of this law MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED '
radical special interest ROBERT TRAm ASSOCIATES have made arrangement
group. TED with the FIRST AMERICAN INSURANCE
FORSYTH believes in a COMAPNY ID issue
check and balance or a NEW low cost 10/20/9 monthly auto policy payable monthly i
TED FORSYTH will insist "two party" with NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES. SR-tt filings
system
fair of will be made free d charge. 'Man's Days are Numbered."
on bidding on all government. Monthly premiums vary from $7.50 per month according Health and Fortune Can B-
city purchases. to the ages and driving records of all operators. Yours When ou Know Yow:

TED FORSYTH will render TED FORSYTH feels that he To find out If you qualify for this NEW low cost quality Lucky Days.
careful Judgement can represent the best protection contact our nearest office today. 'An accident
zoning matters.on all o f AIL citizens. without insurance could mean the loss of your license Lucky Colors, etc. Spa ratrisextra
Send I.OO for your

Elect ROBERT TRAVIS Horoscope JUNK Guide for

; '

; Ted FIll in the blank below and
Forsyth t ASSOCIATES INC. mall to ZODIAC, Post Office ,

Eon 1171, Jacksonville,. Fla :

PLEASE VOTE Republican 121 E. 8th Street Rood 10, Collier
Bldg. SM-7897 NAME -
iA E Paid Political Am.I 11115 MS Edge Roosevelt wood Avenue Blvd. S. U9-MU STREET Seagram's} Extra Dry/ toe perfect mtM gwluius

M8-35SJ DATE OF
BIRTHMo.. Dad- iitnuui. MIMIX scam "'0' iiiTiuu HI iii. nil isuicu itua,

,
t' t t.Iweeely +,

A. ... _A A .... --. -- -- ---- -



I' J::;'" "
.

mi 10. SHE PAPERS SATOIIAY filE II, miJUXORS


''MIfDS TU"NEI' [ ..tORt 'HELP WANTED :,ICuf CANCER. Say Broddy Deserves Promoted To Second Lieutenant -Your Sld.1

III TO 515 lEEK ,CALUMS fEMALE

'T )obi Nowt Best homes In Mile' BASKETBALL Election To Civil Service Bd. Security
'l PLAYERS
1tyNeWJerser..Fr1ehndle' WORK AS REPORTER
JaIl11l1J1.. .......
f.rentes. FREE GIFT. WILL TRAIN AS. REPORTER; Calling all'female basketball The fact that Dwight W. Braddy Is making a second attemptto # f The is ghost not even of the the next school
year on
$ DIXIE AGENCY Apply: FLORIDA STAR, ISZS players, between ages 11 and secure election to !the Civil Service Board indicates that From horlion.
(,(3IL, W.4G St, N.Y.C. Dent Zl tj ..Iloocrlel Rd.. Jo. Fla. 1:1.: This II your chance to put he Is a man of perseverance which an attribute that goes years my than vantage I :care point to,,admit of more, I

.. lour dribbling ball-hawklne hand in hand with honesty and Integrity. know that summer vacation
and shooting to good use. Braddy, a successful frozen 'Of merit
will end and the school term
''ISAIUU If PARIS HELP I.IUI. If you ar.lnterestechD41Ul1 meats dealer Is seeking elec- The young personable candidate will begin before :you know it.
have the desire to play basket- tine to the city Civil Service has Impressed Negro
SALts PEOPIE The end of a school term
That' Mel 'llave the Amu. ball, caD now play for seems
you paJ..q Board, Group 5 and Is opposed and white voters that he will to be the
auperlor tonic tablets, pep Men ancf women, to sell adve- Young ladies should be of good by a Republican be fair in his hudgement of about of right the place 1965 to talk
stir all the tings you want to do. Using Liberal draw, Uveral: morale character and realll As In his previous platform cases when civic services are in the Social one changes
'Bar of SO, $1.00. S. t I. commission, easy work, quick want to pial. You caD get morefsetion stand the young candidate for :'on trial. is Security law. This
guaranteed or Money lales. You earn $'15 to $150 11 lntormaUon by wrWnr to lothack. the Civil Service Board has Braddy who Is winning citywide change important to every
for Men and Womea you're keen. Fringe benefits Century AttnCUOIII, 126 Dunn stated that be will bea''strong support as a result of know young person, and they should
about It.Congress
something .
/
Apply: .YLORWA STAR, 2323 Drive, Rockton, Illinois, ZIp
member of the board and will ,
Us apparent sincerty has as*
'P.0. Box 130, Dept, S. Gary 13th. Code 61011. k took an important
fDOIIcrlef..Iid'a cor.,
not be a "rubber stamp" for sured voters that be will be step by changing the law to
Indiana prlvlledged groups or political ,fair in his judgement of cases -- recognise the modern need for
,cliques. where civil service employeesare education through Ugh school
HELP WANTED'S A MONEY MIRACLE' lBl.m on trial. Re promises to and beyond. In years gone by,
ll fY\ felllle expand Us energies to preventing b!, I have seen many youtg people
'
C taN COME to YOU f the railroading of persons ; ,t forced to stop their education

iuCTOR, Community .AcUoL'' on trial to dismissal. because the breadwinner had
,hOCl'am. Work entails ro"o th18 new Prosperity Negro and white citizens, to retire, became disabled, or
ject prepAraUon, emphasis Movement) Write today for free alike, are voicing the belief died. With the money< sharply
00 budgetary matters, and MUST DO 60 W.P.M. AC=: lnformaUon. An individual I that Braddy who baa never held reduced, or maybe completely
yr
pintalnlng financial records CURATELY. GOOD IN EN- I-You-mll be energlred, a public office deserves a 4 S cut off, the chance of continuing
Don-prot1t corporation Re- pUSH, SPELLING magneUzed and polarized to'of chance to join the "new breed" y M 0. school was reduced, or maybe
:quires Bus. Alm degree with \Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 I attract the flow of money. Pro- I who are going into city offfices completely cut oft, the chanceof
I.mphasls In accounting, or Moncrief !d.. It' Jax., FIa.,, urly magneUr.ed, any human with the sole purpose of making continuing school was rely
RAPHAEL McE hNZIK of Jacksonville Fla.
and be.... can summon _oney'ence. Jacksonville a better place in ROTC CADET A. ,
!tQlllvalent training expert- duced. In recognition of the
receives his second lieutenants' bars from !his mother before ,
MIracle. Write for deistic about which to live work and rear our
Mlnlmun mbar
talent the
$8,000, this new Prosperity "ovement.ft children. being awarded his Bachelor of Science Degree in art education country was losing,
dependent 'fOR MrN AID WOMEN
amended so"
on qua11f1catlons. Congress the law
Write to..u : af the 100th Anniversary commencement of Morgan State College
.to b P.O.m It resume Box 6605 and, West references Palm O F ALL ACES OBADWI'S. Board Official Baltimore. He has been uslgned to the U.S. Army Reserve 18.benefits For thlstobappentheyoung-could continue past age4:
Police .
Military Corps.World
peachy Fla' 33405. MONEY MAGNET. ter must attend
a public
Take New IMPROVED NA- Quits After 21 Years'. ... or
INFORMATION, '
AM EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TUBE TABLETS for that tired accredited school as a full time
iMPLOYER. 1 k-un down feeling that keeps you 9204 S. Cmnmerclal Ave. l WASHINGTONNPI! student, and remain unmarried.
from enjoying We 100 Tablets Chicago, nl.. 60617LESSIN6S1 West A. Hamilton retires this News The benefits can continue up to
i I iLESSIR6S $3.00, 200 Tablets'$5.00. $1.00 month as a school board member the 22nd birthday. This not only
deposits on C.O.D. EMPIRE --- --- after 21 years of service.As applies to children receiving.
'le man born with the rUt.Rev. lRODUC'IS 4i SALES Dept, FS HELP IANnD DWIGHT BRADDY a result school board By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALAS benefits before age 18 and to
Georgia through Macon, 5931 N Broadway, Chlcagofll. Be has pledged that be will minutes should be shorter and 'young people who are past age
It Is God that Q 28' Insist that all civil service meeting duller. Hamilton 81 18 when a parent becomes elig
I can remove all evU conditions, NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER Is know for his lengthy, witty EVER ible bor benefits or dies.. t
employees be treated and
some questions you may wish tll DIRECTOR, for work In AntI. fairly speeches at school sessllons. If you receive benefits u a
given consideration for Jobs and NEW The labor union movement has beer
Poverty Prorram. Desire ma- YORK-NPI-)-
know. child we will be In touch with
LEO' ture, dedicated person, pre. promotions purely on the basis 'rom luring;speaking a public on everything relations !doubly accused of continuing t* be a bastion of discrimlna.tlon. you well before your 18th birth

00 YOU NEED MONEY? ferably with Decree In social specialist to paying football The City Commission on Human Rights charged that the day. If you are over 18 when.
IS "Y SICK1 Z NATURAL? Stott Re'a rli j studies or equivalent expert- ROOM FOR RENT coaches. building trades talons still bar Negroes. Asserting that the parent dies or becomes eligible,
once In social welfare ''onions maintain "almost unsurmountable barriers" to nonwhite -
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP I' or re- you mus make an application to
DRINKING? hablUlaUve work. $600 per Respectable couple. Christian Journeymen William H. Booth, commission chairman, get these checks.
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE 01 f I.r k I I.d annum, 40 hour week. Submit ,,home, no children. Call 353- Church Of Christ promised speedy action to discipline unions making hard for We have recently received anew
RETURNED? : resume and appbcaUontoCom- 9942. nonwhltes to Join. Meanwhile Herbert Hill, NAACP labor secretary booklet called "Social Security ;
Du Osly lullus'' munity Action Council, P.O. Aids Membership DriveNEW charged that the AFB-C10 has broken its "public pie-. Information for Young
lively call me the CRootman). Is Box 6605 West Palm Beach, dge to eliminate the broad national pattern of racial discrimination Families". It is an excellent,
Hut I am only asenantot God. 934 E. UNION Si.'ti't EQUAL OPPORVTNlT1; HOUSE FOR SALE YORIO Roy Wilkins, within organized labor" Twelve years after its merger easy-to-read booklet designed:
God Is the answer te AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 3 Rooms $45.50 mo., car executive director of the ;; theAFL-CIO "has been either unwilling or unable to eliminate to show the young person what
Eause I problems. I. m the EMPLOYER line.Ph. 764-4816, NAACP, has appointed Bishop racist patterns from it major affillatedunlons," Hill he is buying With is Social
all Day Prophets. Send O.M. Kelly, Pastor of the Kelly said. Security tax. It. is free so
tor my special selected Bible 21 G lA I S EN IN 6verses. ASSISTANT NEIGHBORHOOD Temple Church of God in Christ, drop us a postcard or plant

To be read OIISPEC1A.L CENTER DIRECTOR, at least WANTED u National NAACP Coordinator and we,will be glad to sent
kiYS. M I CHI I N E h1gII school graduate, 'wlthtend Beauty. operators, and barbers. for the denomination this NO GO you one. Our office is at 400
a aeU-addressed.stamped satisfactory experience In capacity, he will guide the nationwide
W. Bay Street the second
New Nerro men hafe ,
Hollywood and JACKSON< Waa-NP1)-M1sslsslppl'l
Beauty young
Responsible to ,
party
assume
lenvtlope and $2.00 top Bible social or welfare work, and churcn in taking a bore
floor of the New Federal Build
$8 per month payments, or Barber Lounge, 622 Ashley St. been urged to refuse military service until state draft boardsare
.
'verses and spiritual Message. pay capabWty of progressing to dlou 'active part in the work of the ing. We are weekdays from
Ca11454.9774' Charles Evers NAACP field secretarysald he open
off cash baleDCe of $54. This integrated. ,
wm receive Bible rector pootloo. $5200 NAACP.
verses per to examination center with Negro youth who, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,and penfrom
machine makes would an any
buttonholes go
return mail annum, 40 hour week. Submit Miss Lucille Black, the Association's -
sews 011 buttons, blind stitches, didn't want to be Inducted by an all-whlteboard. "Let them put 9.00: to noon on owurda: ,.
rend TO: resume and application to HELP WANTED secretary for membership -
Roosevelt Franklin fancy.sUtches and monograms Community Action Council made the me In Jail," Evers asserted.
f. MAIDS announce .. ..
N. Y. SLEEP-IN
30 Morrow Avenue without attachments. Guataa p.O. Box 6605 West Palm ment at testimonial Bishop
,loon, Georgia 31201 teed. Must lee to appreciate. Beach, JOBS, salaries to' $65, fare Kelly,June 7,at the Temple.The POSTPONED- BOMB RANGE
1, Call 353-1946 Anytime, ask for advanced. Rush references t Count Indoor shooting ranges
number. ABLE MAIM :meeting was attended by leaders MERIDIAN ....., {NP1)-U. S. District Judge Harold Cox
I L apeclaUze In all case work Credit Manager. WW deliver, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY phone of the church from New York among the outgrowths of
tbona code 912':7.-56475: nq obUgaUon. AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN,FREE. and New not known for his viol rights mllitacnyhas postponed the trial the population explosion. Ur.
area EMPLOYER
I Jersey. Nationally therhnrrh
; D RTji. Y. of 18 whites accused in the slaying three civil rights workersin ''ban and suburban shooters
I inn a membership oI have travel far to Isolated
for the indefinite to 10 an
postponement.
-- --- 1964. Cox gave no reason
[WrV* SHOP AT YOUR AiP 1,000,000.Bishop Frederick D.Washington Among the defendants are Neshoba County Sheriff Lawrence that thousands spot or outdoor of pistol rang and
*iF4; : ;:;r.n''': pastor of the Ralnejr, Ids chief deputy sheriff,Cecil Price; and a Philadelphia low-caliber rifle ranges are being
,
: Washington
i ;: WAREHOUSE (Ulss..) policeman, who with 15 others are accused of rtolatingthe set up in basements and.rages
.
STORE .Temple in who will
: h&y Brooklyn .
;:;: rights of Michael Schwermer and Andrew Goodman of reports the Cascade
r 1 serve u Assistant National Cartridge Division of Omark
:; .' New York and James Chaney of Meridian.
>f< i:::, :; 3000 W. 45t. ST. NAACP Coordinator, has designated Industries, Inc.
:::;' :,; 4 ,
t : }ii';: { ::ii':4i: >
y (: iyiiy:; : ii: June 18 as NAACP
+'.#> ., ,. r } 'r' .: ''y} ;
v r r };;ii;; ;}:}: uthi. :s FREEDOM SUNDAY for the 132
}v'rJ.:4:}}}:4' i'rabifi: : v}:::{;{ x::: PRICES IN THIS AD
,. :<<. >; ,... churches In the New York-
N [The( tfwf.thgt' cares N'' ARE GOOD THROUGH New Jersey area. Summer
:. :. ... out:yw. That Temple's regular broadcast Big Festival Of Stars)

SATURDAY JUNE 17 hour at 9 p.m., June 18..
aired over both stations WNJIi'and
WADO will be devoted to

MILD; & MELLOW IOC OFF LABELDETERGENT the NAACP membership drive. Jax Coliseum Fri. June 23
Among the participants will Dr.
EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE John A. Morsel, assistant executive
director of the NAACP; 1 featuring ....
r AJAX 1Dr.Arenla Mallory, presidentof : ty n
Saints Junior College, Lexington CHUCK JACKSON
Miss.; and Bishops
Washington and Kelly.On *** ** *
that occasion Bishop Wash
ington will get the membership
MB. BAG drive under way by purchasing -',r fr: MAxiNE BROWN.

a fully-paid $500 Life,
"
(3LB. BAG 59C In NAACP
: 49C GIANT PK6. his Membership Temple. the for' fe Georgeous Bill George ""

$JI.45)) Murry w

Asst.. HlftfTMici (LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00$ ORDER) School Bond Issue Emcee 1l.1 ,.

.'
I '.; 9 Worth
ANN PAGE BRAND i' LONG WHITE CALIFORNIA( BIKINGMAYONNAISE '
DefeatedBENTON '"

e A rer ,
'
HARBOR, Mich: -A
i POTATOES
school board proposal for a
bond Issue of $9.5: million,
coupled with an increase in ,,
school taxes, was soundly defeated I
I her after the National
QUART JAR 4 9C 10 LB. mS9CJ Association for the Advance ; :1'l..2:1

,ment of Colored People con ;
ducted an intensive onemonthdoor

Miitfir -to door talk campaign ...... .1.
t '
agalsnt eh proposal
..
ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BRAND J im ,PARKER The NAACP quastate area .}\ '" ;!! r
field director, Sydney Finley,
; ICE ILACOERYCREAM'Tp stated Tueday, June 6 : "By
beating this proposal by a two- MITE t THE BLUEBELLS
to-one majority vote, the thousands
of Negro residents of this .
-
community have expressedtheir Peaches & Herb i
; : PIES feelings with regards to \ :
further financing the mentally
: crippling and discriminatory. .WILLIAM BELl ;
educational system here.. ,

I C Benton Will Harbor Branscumb Branch President said, Ruby & Tie
5 9C : 1
MB.1 | OZ. 3 T "Schooling here is Just u segregated
t GAL. CTN. 7 u it is In the South. RomanticsPEG
L ,Mint Maaattr SIZE With over 100 of our members _

and church workers talking to "
the people about how these evils LEG HOFFET :
: would be perpetuated if the '
school bond felt .- '
FULL CUT pretty sure we passed could offset we the JERRY BUTLER Bobby Cott' 8'" BEN t. Him;

the power structure's full-page

ifN'iiiiEFSi advertistments and other Inducements ADMISSION: Advance $2.50At Door

K 88C" A total of. for, approximately. a "yes vote.15", Tickets on sale: Bolt a Record shop -$3.00, Abe _
.
elementary and Ugh schools a>t Llvert s Buster Ford' s Bubber* s Berrier _

are affected by the vote. <
;
, j t
:' 1
,

_:::. & A .I __ A. 0 .1.1 ..... '_'_...:..' ._....:.:: ..o_._. .. o .00 .. .. .. .. n.1-.a" 4aaar .. ...J.q.L.wAl.1l..wa3F-... af4' .:.';..[ '.1.._ _.