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Florida star
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 24, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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WASHINGTON-JTesident Johnson, June 13, named Thnrgood Marshall to be the first Negro : ,
Justice of the Supreme Court The President personally announced the telectloo at the Improvement: ;

I White House u Marshall -stood beside him Marshall Solicitor General of the U.s., will Hushed Press To Kill
By Leaders
replace Justice Tom Clark who has retired (TELEPHOTO) The City Council in Jacksonville -

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I Abandonment Of T-U 'Star1 Page Rioting Negroes Miami' 'Radio'Man, Art Green Democrats hire Sallye and B,two.Mat "firsts.it stated" And Seize. .Power,


Airs Plight Of 19 Victims NEW YORK-Roy Wllklns, .Is the actual!.founder of'RAM.
Hailed As Democratic Step Police tattleATLANTARioting executive director of the He was last reported. Peking,
NAACP Was named the prime China.
The Florida Times-Union announced democratic of '
last week that It was the into step the Integrating Negroes A case that has been described as "vicious and unwarranted" M assassination target of a plot One man described u acting
abandoning that section of Its news &eDeralnew.- ,and shotgun-armed police tattled brutality by Miami's Couty police has aroused Negroes to a that was broken up by police bead of RAM was arrested
newspaper known to many u the paper long delayed.even though it has been with guns In Dixie Bins point of imminent explosion at the beginning of the long hot In Queens. Brooklyn and Man Philadelphia. Police In Philadelphia :

"star edition" which was devoted We that section of Atlanta recently.One summer..and. Miami hot, in more ways than one. hattan. said when! the picked'up
are happy the editors .
entirely to the news of Negro man was killed and at New York City's finest moved Maxwell Stanford, a,young,
Incident Involving the
of The '
the Times-Union have -
,colored people.As after least three other persons to $150.' and bearing was set Into quiet residential neighborhoods Negro who has been at "black
it Is with all these years,evidently! ,come wounded. man-handling, beating and for Thursday June 22, before early Wednesday to power" rallies In Harlem they
change
any
to the realization that the"starId1t1oD' gouging, of innocent citizens Justice of the Peace Charles
here ,are many woo halld the arrest 16 Negroes, some professional found a portrait of China' Mao
before them
or colored news page Mrs Catherine Duncan, 51, with guns pushing B Snowden., men and break np Tse-tung on a bedroom wall
announcement u signal of advancement ,
for it meant the end* -despite( .2he.1itt11 help,it gives; war -w0\lllde4 when tpolk Into paddy wagons into which*' ,However Judge ,finowden Is ,? ?JiRS, MATIDS. k what they ;said; wart plod to,:4 .30-callber carbine and a .
to segregation of MWS concerning to some groups) has also beena "officer opened fire with a shotgun :'*u"u:of the tossed Miami, has leafke'iff. reported to have contracted assassinate Negro leaders and ::.M' great disservice to the Negro.This out newspapers.both on Tuesday night after all precuts "
Into an apartment house pneumonia! and has rescheduled "seize power 1a'the United rounds of ammunition;
Negro people, and the beginning ( white and Negro) and out
"I'm
dessenrice was done by the hearing for August 11 In the had reported, so
of after a cherry bomb explodedat States and throughout the world Six members ot the group
Involving Negroesand
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printing crimes that Negroes of the television news, possibly proud, this means that all our
Metro Justice Division "
his Building -
their activities in the total feet Police Supt. JJ. avert outbursts.But by force \were accused of conspiracy to
commit or are accused of committing Brown denied of his to any C., a larger courtroom people now will be represented National leader
Urban
,community news,' on the basis Into the one men Ironically It is this vir- ,: in the League commit first-degree murder In >
general newspapers government.
of merit and fired the shot capable of accomodating the Whitney Young, Jr and others
importance. Incident!
of the
tual black-out
On the ,that go into Negro and The blast Into the apartment crowd. expected.Among Counc.Ujnan.Mathls.,predicts were on the assassination list.
other hand
there
are that has left the victims and racial relations r
white homes alike. But the decent 'improvement u
killed Timothy Ross 41 and those facing Those accused of Included
charges plotting -
who '
some for selfish '
reasons the
of community
members "a!
this of she
200,000';
things that Negroes were n city
have wounded Urs. Duncan 9-year- ranging from disorderly conduct an assistant elementary
received the news of the frustrated to a point that the In
Involved In received substantial
such honor support
new policy with great dis u old Rivers and Marion Ward, slightest aggravation could to resisting arrest are: white school principal, aNa"
societies, concerts, raising 34 Condition of the wounded 23 3820 predominately' precints.Urs. teacher
appointment. To of those outburst. Bobby Durden N.W. management analyst, ,
many terrible
cause a
persons it means that some of Cancer money for the United Fund, the was not believed serious. The cups of young men and 6fith St.; Bobby Washington, 23, Mary L. Singleton who a Welfare Department clerk,

their items, regardless of bow Fund and so on, were Violence broke out after women In their late teens and 5311 N.W. 30th St.; Lawrence an exchange student and an

frivilous it might be, will be segregated on a special page Stokely Carmichael urged Negroes early twenties, many who are Wllfcox, 2233 N.W. 71st St.; antipoverty worker.
omitted; it also probably meant that did not go Into white homes. to Join ,In revolution drop-outs with records of minor Johnnie Jinks, 1246 N.W. 58th Some were members of a secretive -
The result was that the white against whites The Rev.Joseph Terrace Lee Jinks Ft. Bragg Negro
that some people might not be offenses are about to run over. ; violence-prone. S'
able to secure publicity free of and community saw only the bad Boone, a SCLC fieldworker.aa1d And to them It seems, "nobody N.C.; William Gordon, 21, Z34S extremist group known U the
immoral side of the
charge for many of the little of his Negro that people believed If Is doln' DutbID'*...Just a lot of N.W. 71st St.; Alfred Williams Revolutionary Action Movement
none good side Carmichael disappeared things N.W. 22nd CtJ also cRAM( ) said.Others
money raising and moneymaking talk, talk, talk." 24,15939 : police were
events that filled the The "star" page has been ,would be all right,but,that-*the That Is except for one man Arthur Burke 19;Cornell Hurd, members of the "Black
ROY WILICJNS!
a symbol of segregation; it is biggest lie ever been told. .20 Jackie James 17 Joel Pratt Brotherhood Association "
page of "News For And About who aired the whole brutal ; ; Improvement -
Colored People." the page that said to Negroes Searchlights prowled the area mess Overnight be has become' 26; Eric Russell Jr. 24;James e ," authorities said an' the plot against the civil rights;

It .Is to be recognized,however be every segregated--evenyournews.morning: Negroes are to and an armored car was put Into a sort of a saviour to depressed -' Scrlverner 31; A.i. Morgan, offshoot of thepro-Castropro- leaders. The Included Herman

that there will always be somepeople service. Riot-equipped police deprived and victimized Negro 20; Benjamin Moseley,24Mrs.; Chinese Black Liberation Benjamin Ferguson, 46, identified -
who doo't like changeeven *-, But the abandoning of this symbol surrounded the area and prowl- In Miami. And be Is white Jessie Butler 24; Miss Gwen- Front. Four members of the u assistant principal of:

when they art for the of bigotry constant charge ed the area for rioters and man. Art Green Is the name. dolyn Griffin, 19; and Urs.Ilarleen front were convicted two years ""a Queens elementary school,*
better} History recalls that of Inferiority and second class police checked everything that He runs a program over radio Coakley, 21, who Is, ago of plotting to blowup the and Arthur: Harris 22, of
when Abraham Lincoln freed the citizenship says something dif moved In the shadows. At least station WAME known u "Hot reported to be six months pre Statue of Llbery the Liberty Jamaica, Queens.
slaves there were many who ferent. It says to Jacksonville eight persons were arrested. Line" In which folk call In gnant.ID MRS;'MART J.. SINGLETON Bell and the Washington Monu The 'raid followed an Indictment :
balked at the idea leaving Negroes: You are now Integrated Gunfire. erupted''*thraugi the their gripes, or complaints or the meantime Miami Is ment. handed up'Tuesday by a.
ole Uassa's cabin and plantation Into the fabric of the doorway slightly wounding Ward what have you. oos the verge of a racial ex- broke the all-white council lineup Affidavits filed by police In Queens grand Jury accusing the'
to go Into a world of freedom total community. in the face, the youngster in In frustration someone called with a victory In the primary obtaining search warrants said 16 of conspiracy to commit
unshackled. Even the idea Indeed, It is a welcome change the side and Urs. Duncan'In Art Green to tell him about win go Into office with RAM, also pro-Castro andpro- arson, anarch and homicide.
few and certainly one for the better the hand. Boss fell backward, Urs. Mathis.She was unopposedIn Chinese "teaches advocates The anarchy-conspiracy in-
'c( a acres of land! and a ,!how Negroes were brutalized; ,
... -fl''If >Sfltfe of his own wasnotlR'lal- race relations fatally wounded, down the steps. on the night of May 28. the general election advises and plans the murderIIARTINLUTHEKKINa dictment against all 19 accused.
log to some. The responsibility Negro state Sen. Leroy Johnson It was reported that it an Urs. Mathls, who beaded a them of conducting classes far

to cultivate his own land, reap Jax Woman,, who urged the neighborhood began when the proprietor. of voter registration, drive last a form of karate and mayhem -,
the harvest and sell It was too to take Its grievances to City Latta's restaurant at 79th St.,, year for the National Assoclatlon -. ,". and Issuing/evolutionary -:
great for him. He preferredto Choosey About Hall, went through the chopping and 7th Ave., allegedly ordered for the Advancement of literature.,One newsletter,

stay on to plant and pick center Tuesday nlghtcalUngfor cars parked on his premises -. Colored People beat veteran the Indictment charged, told of
Uassa's cotton and live behind Police Help nears and anklet nrrfhan- in moved away includingthose Councilman Barney Cobb In I t plan to,pull dovn high-ten-"

Uassa's btg.white house_ Just asa keep: their cWdrn-- the of Negroes who had been June 6 primary and won out : aloe wires and ,"action Involving -
zew people in Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE$ Dorothy streets He and the Rev. Boone customers In the restaurant over her Republican opponentC. deadly force against

would rather have their news MaIlgram, 38 year old Negro predicted It was going to be a before, going. Into the establishment Theodore Forsyth.,Tuesday the police."
in the back of the white man's woman was a victim of assault bad night that only a rain shower next door. by nearly 5,000 votes.
u she visited the home could cod.Johnson CouncUmen Singleton and
classified ad page than to go out Lara's restaurant has the reputation -
and cultivate their ova of her brother Alphooso .earlier In the day or- of being not midful Mathls have quite a few things 2 Gumch l Hold' Up

The FLORIDA STAR Joins with Weathersbee, 41 years .old ganised a youth corps to patrol of 'having Negro patronage. In common in that both are s

the many throughout the city' of 1404 W. 13th St. the area at night to help Therefore, u soon u the news widows and former school Jax Oil Company
and state In commending the The victim stated that she keep down violence. The group reached patrons in the Double ART GREEN teachers. They are the first
Florida Times-Union for this went to her brothers home to was not evident! after being denounced Peck Lounge next door that cars ....aired police brutality women ever to serve on the JACKSONVILLE .Easters
get a package and while' she by (he Student Nonviolent would be moved several went council'and they are the first Oil
Negro was there an argument de- Coordinating CommitteeNegro out to their plosion u the baste Ingedients Negroes to be elected since Co., located at 1107 W. Beaver
Ganmen secure autos. of racial outbursts frustrated St., was held upend robbed by'
veloped. Uangram, stated the youths who Joined the As people milled outside the 1907. of various members the fa-
Rot suspect hit her on the bead corps are "selling your black eating place a rock was thrown youth, unemployment Job discrimination Urs. Mathls and Urs. Single gro race whom It considers two The Negro attendant gunmen Moses, this Gnnaa week,

Cripple with a small hand gun. and brothers out and we view you Into the window and shortly poor-bousing-and ton were scheduled to be sworn to be In oppostlon to Its own of 1723 W. 29th SL reported I ,
then shot at her. u a black traitor" said Ralph after City police arrhredtollowed high rents poverty lack ofWel.fa.rl Into office on Friday along with principles. .
at
W.H. 'hey. who is confined As police rushed to the sc.ne. Featherstone, program director ual-tanee-laJ simmering that be was working Easier;i
by the County police since all newly elected city officials. Wilkins was not aware of aplot
to a wheelchair, reported that the victim stated she did not of SNt C. Negroes began the county at the Double in the long hot summerof to assassinate him. Be added: Oil Station on Beaver St. and
the gas station which be. want a Negro officer The patrolman gathering In clusters In theshogping Deck Lounge begins degrees-plus sun., Street Brawlers "There are so many of these around 1.03: aja., the gunmen,
walked Into the station ask;
operates on U.s. 1 South of answering the can then center which was and .
Altogehter the County police groups that are extremist.They
Dlnsmore was held up by two put in a call to his sergeant hardest hit by the rioting. They arrested 19 most of Suspects Arrested hare no dlsirable or Important ed U they sold bro ene/
persons Land JillJACKSONVIL1.EJobn' Graham
gunmen and robbed of $Zoo.OOOQ B. Kendall,. car ZOo When he milled around talking, and the whom were pulled out of the In roots In the Negro community but referred didn't to give the any names,t
Wednesday night. arrived Dorothy stated she conversation was about the riot suspects t
Ivey-told .Patrolmen S. K. PoweU' -, didn't want him neither because and the wounding of Douglas Double Deck Bar or snatchedat For Shoplifting GOod- Apparently Its minlscule the mem-most u No land No. 2 One of the i
the point of u they bershlp represents
and' guns { men pulled out a rusty .22:
E.E. Tborbnrn the be was a Negro too. Richmond, 22, a Negro by a win
made their way out when they 62-year-old, 1035 Davis) extremist of the extreme elements caliber revolver and said"1bJi I
two, both Negroes walked Into She told authorities that she Negro policeman during a disturbance. realized that an incident had Wyvonnte Patricia This 26, St., and Lonnle Green, 42, 801 among Negroes. I do Is a bold '1)." Then the other'
the station at approximately would get a warrant for the occurred. 1841 W. 13th SL, and Eugenia Caroline St., were arrested for .sot believe they come from what suspect took $21.00 of Gra'
9.15 P.... u be was closing suspect's arrest later. At her Many Negroes In the area Mae Johnson W 13th fighting In a lot of out
Three women, one of whom Is 29,1839 parking a .'usually called extremists. hams shirt pocket and bat*'\
for the night. request the officers answeringthe were dismayed at the violence. six months preganant, suffered St, was arrested for shoplifting bar on 919 Davis St Young discounted the significance suspects fled the
The suspects grabbed his call carried her to DMC One man sitting on his front roughing up before being thrown at J.M. fields, ,'201 W., Green stated that head Good of the plot,saying It could As of this issue scene the suspect tare
wheelchair, pushed him around for treatment. porch, said: "Why can't the 48th win
wife
Into theWhhaese paddy St.Security. was arguing about his not involve "more than handful '
still at
behind the station and took the After carrying the victim: to police go and get those people>> ythat tossIng guard Donna C. being at Goodwin's house Tho'led lof the most desperate people"Wilkins described larp.follow:They area
u of the
:
one
money from his pockets. After the hospital another check was making the trouble." them Into the patrol wagon, Monda at J.M. Fields had eyes to a flghrin which Goodwin, and Young have long suspect was 21.
approximately
taking the money the two raaIero.l made In neighborhood and Someone setoffachorrybomb, of assaulted Green with butcher .
officers squirt "some sort an eagle u she apprehended a been branded "Uncle Toms"by years of PS" :tall and I
the street and jumped no one seemed to have heard and many of the Negroes Jumped two knife. Green received lacera-i, spa
into of gas" Into the enclosed wagon., Nepoowom.aUtUnulOrt- militant young Negroes. weighed 160,bush hair eat IIMd1?'
a waiting auto,, arid fled or seen what happened, according and then broke Into a raucous: The 19 persons arrested posted ment of clothes and shoes from don on right arm and abrasions' Robert F. wauamj, a former I am complexion green. t
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pat scene, to reports. laughter., the counter; on his left arm. NAACP in N.C. '
bonds; ranging from ,$300, leader Monroe I Il. dark r"tf.Florida .;"

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. STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JUNE 24. 1967

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THE FLORIDA''NEWS STAR HO15''t' ,s ( lo Beiquai


',' ": By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

'Publlshe, jItJ P Star Publishing Company ,' '
I qia : : ; THE GHETTO NEEDS'JOm
MEMWsE'Q1T

10 t.. r .f: In an attempt to humanize their corporate Image many
to using pictures of employees In
; large firms have taken
NEGRO! P ONM. ;? their ads_ In the last few weeks Pve seen many such ads-
bank clerks pilots, auto workers.-ell showing the people who
". ;make up the company. I have a special Interest in watching

..... I for these ads because I just can't help counting the Negroes
ERIC 0.. liiiiilii .. ,' I j1' hr H. *k..- n, Mirhann I should sav searching for the Negroes
SIMPSON -
EdittrKILDA Ek ; :in them; ; because they are so rarely shown.It
Is almost u If these companies were advertising -

W001EK ......Cir'cilatiti Maealer.I I. "." that they didn't hire Negroes although
/ ... I know that some of them actually have good& 1
?' .recoreds on that score. Duty why hide It?'
I 2323 Moicrief Read ," 6; was found
Phone Elfii 4-6711 ; One of the most flagrant examples I

l in the nromotlonal magazine one airline puts
Nailing Address : : .out:They ran a story on what wonderful cooks they had working
: aI for them and ran a photo of 14 gentlemen' decked out in chefs

- P.O. Boa 599 Jacksonville Florida 32201" : ,'. uniforms. You know the rest of it not one Negro In the lot,
,
known throughout the South for
I 'PH even though Negro cooks are ,
their excellence.
:
MIAMI OFFICE I : This isn't Just a small complaint, or a minor thing which
In the civil rights field would notice.
only a Negro or someone
.
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{Oil NW 7th Ave. Phone 151.3819 .|t Is Indicative of the way the Negro is treated when It comes
to the Job market. Everyone know by now that the Negro unemployment
rate is double that for white workers and that

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Negroes are often denied opportunities for the better jobs but

One Year, $6.00 Half Teaiv $4.00 S a recent Labor Department study shows that the situation Is

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United states 1 even worse than that.
RSa
1 j Since most figures show national unemployment averages, It
Subscription payable In advance
.was decided to make special study often ghetto areas in major
Send Check or Money Order to; cities. That way the real situation of the ghetto worker would

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 be learned. The results are shocking.

Jacksonville 1, Florida It was found that the unemployment rate in city slums was

"L'r" 10 percent about three times the national average. More
than a fifth of the males were "unfound" or not available
that they are probably Jobless and
for counting, indicating
HERITAGE OF THE NEGRO homeless, drifting around the edges of society. About 7

i. percent of those employed held part-time Jobs only because

"Black Is a proud color. The white man has messed over the jet Low And Order Must Prevail! they couldn't find the full-time Jobs they need.
'
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black man for 400 years. Our people have had the patience of ''' And this grim situation only refers to unemployment. Under
saints Its time for us to start being proud of our color." ..' employment Is at least as big a problem. One of every five
Tall, clean-cut,voluble and decisive polite-well-mannered, liiii..W'' (..... ....__ ...___ ......-lIiiil .iif"..... iiii iirtii.. .. .. .. _._" r people who had a full-time Job was making less than $60

youngster was obviously talking about his favorite subject He 1 I per week, or what the government has defined as the poverty
said lie considered it his personal responsibility to build 1 I line. More than one out of three ghetto families reported
pride in the heritage of the Negro. :1': : YOUR Weekly I I their Incomes were below the $3,000 poverty line (the average

Another youth of similar stance also in his teens, com- : I I American family earns 36,300)).
pleted the Damon and Pythias combination. 1 I Themeasure Department developed a "subemployment Index"'
Both ,were Ugh school Juniors and both were attired in those aspects of the employment problems not
beautiful ankle length robes which resembled those worn I' covered by other Indexes. This subemployment index covered

by native Africans. A matching cap added to the ceremonial Jobs with low wages part-time Jobs etc. The subemployment
look. They said they had worn the robes to school "several \ Horoscope Guide 1'rate showed that almost half the people In some ghettos were
times" to inspire pride in their fellow students.' .** *j* 1'I underemployed. Add to these figures the unemployment rates

"We'll wear them Sunday. We're going to help honor the hI 1 I,, and you have economic disaster areas which are urgently in
>*t< > *
birthday anniversary ell.Wco1mX.. ; 1 I ,, need of help.

The Ideologies began to be confusing I i ,j;. .., PABLO, The ASTROLOGER 1.I This tragic economic gap between the ghetto and the rest ofI
But since the Negro mixture of races Is as varied as any : *-* I 'the nation must be closed. Nothing short of massive reeducation

kaleidoscope It should not be surprising that these fair- I' and re-training programs, Involving government at
skinned youngsters choose to wear African robes to Identify i i / : I /I; all levels, business, labor, foundations, and voluntary groups,

their heritage-while they pay tribute to a man whose phlloeo- t: ,' "we,: ,, .r.,WH ICH. ARE: YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I r can begin to tackle the Job. With limited resources the Urban
ply! was as changing, u the Negro mixing pot origin is varied. i League last year was able to place 40,000 minority group
k(
The two chose not to discuss the religious aspect of Malcolm 1' : citizens In Jobs adding about $160,000,000 to the nation's
\
X. A button established their allegiance. announced, "Free 1 :': : BUSINESS LOVE Income through their wages and it has helped train thousands
dom bJ any means necessuy.Our BlackSb1nlnC Prince Malcolm TRAVEL'j\'j more. How much more could be done if all elements of our
_." society became Involved.

Interspersed In the conversation of the ''I The will to succeed is much alive In the InBrooklyn's
such statements talkative .lads were ._......., __.._._.. ___ _._ _____ __ ._... __ _ __ .....:_ __ ..hi....I very ghetto.
as "We believe you should be peaceful and -- - --- -- -- -- -- Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto 83 percent of the unemployed -

passive. You should obey the law.But if someone puts his hands AKTR CANCER -, LIBRA Included In the survey said they were willing to
on you, send him to the cemetary," and "No, we're not nonviolent / CAPRICORN take on the Job training and more than half said they would
Only a Tom Is tun-violent." return to schoo If necessary. They have the will, they must be

6mouldering, resentment for ,the racial humiliation black BORN.MARCH ,,,;;...,.i B00N.IONEa; : ;. _.? ,.BORN ,SEP! .f ,.BUN, DEC.. ,given the opportunity.
have t
people' endured erupted forcibly whea'the boys were t,
*
told, "You've got u much right to claim England or France or 21th-APRIl 1 1It. 1 22iMULY; :) ; 22 ,* 2HCT. 23rd, .22.d.UII. 19tb.
Ireland as your homeland as you have Africa. You know Negroes Press 'for conclusions. Now THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
by definition are not Africans. They are a mixture of You can't have both.Loyalty to It so happens. Love Js an Insidious that the summer can safely be Not everyone Is tiiie. People
the white race and the black race;. one person, cause,or organisa power that has many here who can apply the name friendto
proclaimed u being a
The two lads nearly exploded. don spells out greater tranquil' tricks at its command to cap- you are fortunate Indeed. By Claniel Brown Jr.
slowdown must be
general
ex
"I can't be proud of someone who has kept his foot on my neck ity in life and In the building up ture its victims even the most pected. And due to Mercury It is In your make-up to be As look about to Negro Community In Jacksonville It occurs
for 400 of a sound But courting .unwilling. No matter what loyal and constant, even when
years."Pm economy. you
marking time for the start of to me that while many of our problems are caused by forces
ashamed of my white blood. I'm proud of my African chance or atachments of an may do to sidestep It, It could Its retrograde journey this your patience Is tried oo occasion. outside our community the real and lasting solutions to those
unconventional nature catch with It is a the
of pity
heritage. can lead up some you on same
process may start earlier and problems are to be found within'> the confines of our ghetto. Regardless -
A pin they wore established this. It said "A without to domestic complications and the 25th-27th. Anyone who is a cannot always be said cf thoseto
race go farther than might have been of what the purveyors of apathy might say, man is
knowledge of its history like a tree without roots." financial reverses that could slave to a particular Muse or anticipated. Make the most of whom you offer friendshipand indeed the master of his destiny. The much discussed self-help
Two clasping hands stretched from the Unites States to leave one exposed to the winds of hobby should also look into the this knowledge by pressing for devotion but who cannot concent for rroun imorovement is merely an

Africa. | adversity. Since contradicotry possibility of turning the fact the closure of deals commercial stand the fact that your successes extension of this premise.: Which-Is to say that Ii
"People all over the world know the whitejnan is dying out.l planetary aspects are of equal to profitable account.' A few and financial, by or before and accomplishmentseclipse men who find themselves In similar circumstances
Negroes ought to open their eyes and see that the white race, power In connection with such Cancerlans who may be toying the 27th. It could cost you their own. If you have would use Imaginatively use the the
Is through. The coming world belongs to the black man." matters you may be the one who with the notion of abandoning enough to worry about to put revealed any of your secretsto available resources, they could Improve the IJ
They explained that they were In the process of organizing. can cast the te11lDcvote u to the home and family in quest of off necessary actions until a them during a weak moment quality of their lives.

Their group of Black Nationalists was not affiliated with any direction finally to be selected. what they believe to be their later date. Deceptions await they may utilllM them to try All over,America, Negroes are pulling themselves
existing sect Your heart and your conscience .true love, bad better have sec- I and discredit or otherwise
Theydw'tbaveasponsoruyet. They were going some of you who listen to glib up by near own boot. self-help programs NeifJ -
to call themselves "The Man Maus." may unite toaidyouinmakingup>> id thoughts on the subject create difficulties for you.
sales talks or who put up cash borhoods are organizing to secure the political and economical
"We've got a lot of guys who meet with us on weekends. IIdon't your mind.' on something you know little 1904413.989. power necessary to move forward. Credit unions buying
know just how many. We read books and discuss things. 1. .89.1.lOO 4-60-77-18-231 about clubs consumer coops and even efficient political machinesare

We read about Negro and African history." '5 40 8819 341 being organized by the people themselves to shake once
It is good that they read, and study and are proud. LEO80RN' AQUARIUS and for all, the economic and political bondage that bad
But another aspect does not seem as complimentary. TAURUS characterized the ghetto.

There were, according to police reports about 250 of them in SCORPIO JAN.20thFEB. This summer over 30,000 youth bursting with energy and

Washington celebration. Park for the Malcolm X birthday anniversary BORN APRIL JULY BORN OCT. BORN Imagination are sitting idly among us longing for relief from

23rd AUG the oppressive) boredom Inaction creates. This an available
When several were arrested following a disturbance the lid ..24'' .NOY, lied, 18th resource. Will we permit all this potential to be wasted or
crowd followed (the police to the nearby station where they 2HMUT 201k' Pus in review. Mercuty is Keep In step. Now that the win we put it to imaginative use for the betterment of us all?
hurled abuse, rocks, bottles and Molotov ,cocktails. More turning retrograde giving good Keep preparing Anythingthat summer Does: your home peed a coat of Mint ? Can your yard bet
months
than one paper called the Incident a riot Blessings are mixed mere reason,to puase and meditate. is done In the way of stands to are with us, It .beautified? Do you need a baby sitter? Can you use some extra
The beautiful robes-worn to mate the black man proud of his are some excellent planetary On may have to take a new look studying or traveling may be reason that the work help In your business? If you can answer yes to these and
African origin can't Inspire much pride when they are worn aspects disclosing that the best at the surroundings In which one charged to the necessity of tempo, In some places or Industries similar questions you can begin to contribute to the cause of

by black men hurling bottles at black men in, a black police cf goodwlltandcooperationmay lives and earns Many to decide catching up and getting yourself It may be slowing down. improving the quality of life In our own community. For nflJf f"' '
be expected from both sides of certtanly in Interest
station. 'r r whether this is sufficient in shape for the great to your Information on how yon can help to help yourself, contact Jacksonville -
Anger and bate breed violence. The "Man 4au." should ,any partnerships. There are to satusfy your real ambitions. step forward In the monthsto do likewise and to start pre Urban League's Operation Green Power..
carefully examined their objectives. Surely that Sundays others, considered detrimental], Should you deem that you must come. You should have little serving your energies in order
that suggest that there are elements to withstand the hot to
days
embarrasing episode was not planned demonstration. If so. 'seek elsewhere order to relish dlfficuUty inducing friends to
were they demonstrating for dignity? Pride? Housing? Jobs?. perhaps not visible to the complete fu1111mentdonot follow your lead In furthering come. The desire to travel THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORYJune
outside world that the contrary may be there but It not
,
Schools? What? hesitate to pick spot obtain causes that are dear to your may
coula also be the It could your be the best time
And surely Molotov cocktails thrown at a police station are case. the essential Information, and heart, u long as you do not to drop everything 18, 1941 George Washington Carver was awarded the
.not their accepted modus operandi.'There be you who Is putting on a happy make the tip your whole hadE and act and go. It may be necesCsary
are problems and necessary arrangement honorary doctor of science degree by the University at:
of for
there are solutions to problems. Are the Black Nationalists .expression because preslthe ?. But don't build up Illusions with the proper reserve and dis professionals and business -. Rochester for his research at Tuskegee Institute.
of financial reasons while, Inside people to be hand
a workable solution? ; that such radical changes cretion. Let well enough alone on In
you' may be brooding and the event that Important matters
are for they not. and allow what you have pro- June 19. 1809 The First African
are
easy
Baptist believed
Church
ers Educate To Help Youth Gel Jobs building up resentments.This is posed to sink in without applying crop up and demand personal lime
far from being a healthy frame '130.3315101VIRGO that could attention.e60.33.12.212.. to be first Negro Baptist congregation in the United
any pressure States was organized in Philadelphia.June .
,
of mind and could
Impair
Our high schools are graduating' youths your scare away potential support- .

by the thousands, and many Negroes, for wen-being to a serious and extent work efficiency *". 4.80.77.19.158SAGITTARIUS- ZOo USI Charles W, Chestnut, noted author and teacher,

by the thousands and many Negroes, for was bora la Ohio.

example find themselves unable' to get 9.50.99.18.878 PISCES

Jobs for the lack of work skills that are BORN AUG.JJrlSEPT. June Z1, 1931 Death of Henry 0.Tanner, internationally famous

in demand. GEMINI BORN FEB. painter.
'
It seems that .this counsel falls' .upon ; ( lied. BORN NtV.ttrdIEC. )U'.MII.'. 20th. June 22, 1937 Joe Louis defeated Jimmy Braddock in the

deaf ears but we are glad that one BORN KAY The pace slackens While the < 21st eighth round of t fight at Comlskey park in Chicago to win

Florida editor keeps his ears to the heat is picking up in the north-, Live your own way. There Settle matters. With Mercury the world's heavyweight championship.
slated
to
pipeline on this 2ht- JUNE list era latitudes, the pace in social Is something to be said about start going re-
matter namely, trograd before the end of the June Nat Turner led
as well as business circles ; 24,1831 the famous slave Insurrection
C. Elythe Andrews of t h e 'entlnel Duty cornel first irs not all be slowing down. One may also mayt living away from places where month, It is possible that there In Virginia
play for many Cermlnlans who the action Is taking place. You
may be the necessity of
revising
Bulletin, Time and time again the have have to pay mor heed to ; not only will enjoy greater
responsibilities peace
or who the wishes of TOUT long-range plans June 14, 1844 M. Harriet Bailey mother of poet Paul Laurence
editor reminds us that our schools must ,-rtust provide for the day and or requirements ,of mind, but you may add years and in making Intensive preparations Dunbar was bora
D81U'ShelbyvWe. Ky.
do something to help prepare our children way, even If one would prefer create the closest situations ally so that as trouble not to to your Ufa as well. It can be for the days or eventsto ,

when they come out'c/ high school. have more leisure time at your mind or conscience The highly satisfactory to com- come. Simply leave nothing
necessity
disposal. Those mune with nature which. In the
Those young persons' will 'need jobs,. good tog a new position who should are seek-read of having to retrench final accounting Is the aojy to chance and try to anticipate Keep home beautiful-
that your
homes, in order to live normally. Many 'the ads or ask questions floatIng when costs are rising and reserves arbiter of clesUnle8.lWt. ego work any against developments as well as may for '

youths get jobs, but can ,they. put the .about Even If nothlngcotnes a factor are that running low have Is to again betaken may lead him to believe that be you. The best day for the advancement :keep'America beautiful.'
Job over? ;out cf endeavors because of Into may has her tamed or mder his of pecuniary Interest -. .
consideration Those
The principals of our schools can become ;Mercury turning retrogradetbe ;who wait too long to apply the I control, ,but time has proven through personal effort; Litter doesn't throw itself away; litter doesn't!
and will continue to that
right path may be discovered prove Is the 27th. Extract all then I
:creative that and make innovations that will kid telYetualfllUll1I brakes may be Inviting serious this Is one of his most dan- cooperation that Is available just happen. People cause It-and only peoplecan
complications.
I
Justify
prominence.
The principal- ,Dt.. gerous fallacies. then and furnish as..much of "
it. "People" ans .
ifihip IB more than a job where one sitskbehind -11.41Z' the same. prevent you.Keep / ,
a desk and does nothing. 1 'O.,8 3-70-M-n-KZ, 2-80-55-16-823 America Beautiful..PIE
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Mrs. Corrie Retires LLS'I IDennIs
Recently OrganizedThe 1 Te.m.I' WEDDING .


Krlooo Club of National

Phi Delta Kappa Sorority wu GJ E.O.: Moncrlef Day Care Hicks Wilson, Jr.,1031 Leroy Williams 3151 Brasqne
organized la which seven ladles Madison St., UandRosaRollins Dr., 41 and Margaret PIpes,
Center fl will a tea
became pledgees to the orgnllatlon. sponsor 1709 minds St., 17. 1358 Kings Rd., 50.
on Sunday June 25, 1967, at

Mrs. Mary Green wu elected ,the Moncrlef Center. From Robert Bennett Mangram,1744 Wilde Clyde Bean, 1031 West
president. Among them were 0 0i 4 to 6 p.m. the speaker tor Tyler SI,Apt.A..23andEtbelyn Grunthal St., 21 and Justus
Lewis
this affair will be
Scrapebook projects. Each1 Mr. Eugenia Thomas, 2935 Bethel King, 1182 E. 27m St., M.
Pledgee made books carrying! Carter and Mrs. L. M. Wright Ct., 23.Robert.
out a theme of will be Mistress a CermOD1e8.A .
her own choos Clarence Taylor, 1757 E. 22nd
ing. Mrs. R.V. Randall took a James Baker, 2924 St., 19 and Brenda Joyce Jones,
app of electric lamps,printed /d Willow St., M and Delores 1102 Pippin St., 18.
In sorority colors. Spiritual Tea will be sponsored Jacquelyn Pearson, 2471 Doby
She submitted theme la which by Annie's Chapter ITS, St., 25.
she told how this work of art Ir
i
Order of Eastern Star, at
done by one of her pupils helped] Prince Hall July SO from 4 to Cleveland WUmore Eneas,,Jr., Richard Demlng McCreary,
him to find! himself. 6 p.m. Mrs. Louise Nelson will Nassau, Bahamas, 24 and Joan Jr., Evergreen Ala., 20 and
These projects were placed be the speaker. Raynette Barnes, 1712 CalhounSt. Barbara Jean Pearson, 2471
on exhibition and presented at ., XL! Doby St., 19.
the program given by the club
pledgees at Chase Street Youth
Center. Beside being enjoyable, Mrs. Mildred Hill and Mrs. "NEED A PROFESSIONAL
It was Informative and cultural. Lillle Mae Smith will sponsor
A beautiful arrangement of a Kickoff Tea-forthe activities
Calla Lilies, the sorority leading up to Dual Day at the PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL
flower, was presented to Mrs. AME Church of the Master, located -
Hassle Solomon la apprecia! at S736 Vernon Rd., June ONE OF FLORIDA 5 FORM05T
tion for her help to the pledgees. 25 at 4 p.m., at the church.The -; .i

A_The......._next_. .affair_ .. was the en- refreshment committee,headed PHOTOGRAPHERs
UllUlIlment M me sorors a] by Mrs Ella Lawson,, Mrs Carol FOR QUICK &
the pledgees in the Patio of Miss Tonya Nlta Toney daughter bury, Coos was best'man. Webster and Mrs.Ida Jefferson -
Howard Johnson, Phillip High Dr.and Mrs.Wmjl.TOIler Ushers were Robert S. Toney, will carry out the Hawliaa EXPERT SERVICE.
way. At the formal dinner, the and Solomon Harding Smith,Jr., ,Bob Gardner, HI,George Davis, theme in music and refresh- Mrs Amy S. Carrie Is seen receiving a girt from Mrs.
president took charge. The son of Hr. and Mrs. Soloman and Rodney Hurst. Master' manta Helen R. Scott for the faculty of New Stanton Senior High
menu consisted of turkey dinner Harding Smith Sr., Meats Wilson was ring bearer. Mrs. Mamie Lou Ray Is hostess School who gave the veteran teacher a Testimonial Banquet LOW DISCOUNT RATES THESE MONTHS
, with all the trimmings. D. C. were married June The reception held In the Education chairman and Mrs. Margaret recently at the WILMINGTON Dining Room of the Atlantic
Each pledgee presented her at Woodlawn United Presbyterian Rooms of the Church Grant is program chair Coast Line Building. Mrs. Currie retired from her position
sponsor with a gift. A beau- Church. The Rev. F j). was beautifully arranged by man. Mrs. Rose Robinson and as teacher and chairman of the English department of New News Paper Coverage
tiful gift was given to Mrs. Wilson officiated.The Mrs. C.C. Cobb. Mrs. Frede- mrs. Annie Pearl Brown are Stanton after completing forty-four years of service. Acapa- :. rjj.u Family Pictures
A.E. Ceradeau who had work bride chose a family gown rick Davis, Mrs Bernadrld leaders of the finance com clyt crowd of relatives, friends, co-workers and well wishers Weddings & Receptions
ed as dean of pledgees In behalf of white silk peau de sole Codling Mrs. Vernlce Jenkins, mittee. attended the banquet and showered many gifts and expressions ',' .. Club Group Pictures
of the Krlnon Club. The with rose petal and seed pearl and Mrs. Charles Hill assisted upon this noble educator and well known personality. .
club also presented to the sorority trim. Her veil was attache ton her. The gifts were received Photo by Emerson's : ", '\' .,
a cash donation which small rose petal hat and she by Mrs. Benjamin Powell and 'I'i.: '
was accepted by the baslleus. carried a white Bible covered Mrs. Bob Gardner, Jr., while Usher Board 1 of Day Spring i lICIT( III mi UNHYING
Initiation ceremonies were with an orchid and stephenetta Mrs. Carl Senior, Sr., kept Baptist Church will sponsor a Ladies Auxiliary; Slates Meeting > '" .
1"\\
held in the home of Mrs. Marguerite shower. the Brides' book. Fellowship Tea June 29! from 4 '' WEI)
Smith. Following congratulations The matron of honor, Mrs. Out of town guest attending to.6 pjn., in the church's din JACKSONVILLE-The Ladies'!. make their reports. Don't forget '
given by the basl Wendell B.Richardson of Wash the wedding were Mrs. James log room. Talent in the city will Auxiliary to Gateway Barracks! our Fourth of July celebration ':, Lull CILII
lees and national officer, Mrs. ington, D.C. wore a green silk B. Mitchell, maternal grandmother participate on the program. No. 3131, Veterans of World War' atthe home of the President ,
S. Eloise Brooks, other sorors linen and Ilk chiffon A line Mrs. Agu&ta''Jackson, I, U.S.A. will hold their regular, Mr. and Mrs. Elnora II,
offered congratulations. formal with a matching giant paternal grandmother and Steve meeting on Saturday June 24,at, Hemby. Dinners will be served -
On behalf of the chapter, the rose head piece; the brides- Cochran, great uncle. All of 2 p.m. tAll throughout the day. Tickets HACK Ml VIITE
basileus presented a gift. to mades, Mrs George Davis,Jar, Detroit, Michigan From Wash- Stewardess Board 1 of St. Paul officers and members are for dinners are now In the hands ,
Mrs. Giradeau for a Job well Fla., and Miss Shirley A. Durham Ington, D.C., Mr. and Mrs. AME Church will sponsor a expected to attend. The delegates of the members of the Ways and
done. ,--Wasfalngton, D.C. were Soloman Harding Smith Sr., Spiritual Tea June 25! at 3;30 to the Department convention Means Committee, Mrs. Ines CALL TODAYI! 768-3200
the identical dresses In gold parents of the groom, Miss p.m., in the home of Mr.' ft at Clearwater, Fla. will Wright Is chairman. .
if Covers Gray HairWm. and they carried matching carnation Delete A. and Pamela M.Smith,. Mrs. H. Sease, 1779 Davis St.
showers. The flower sisters of the groom.

..J. Brandt'. Liquid girl, Lori Hunter, wore pale Following a honeymoon at Sallifatli.n 051..., ..d
yellow with emborldered organdy American Beach, Fla., the .r Y.ul M.n y Sock
trim.Reginald 'couple will reside at 1445 Otis Usher Board 2 of Grant Memorial Auto ServiceSpecials
EAU DENNA Maye,Sr.,_of WaterMcNelllecaes- Place, N.W.,.Washington, D.C. AME Church will sponsor -
its annual tea June 25! from
Club 4 to 6 pjn., In th lower unit of
HAIR COLORER* Pledge the church

Mrs. Gerogia Henry is program
Will cover gray hair in 10 Mrs. HightowerMr. Organized Recently chairman for the event. MONTGOMERYWARD
to 20 minutes. No pack. No The program Is.:Selection,aud-
mess. Anyone can put It on at Seven new sorors and their lence; scripture Mrs. Grace

home. guest were: feted by National Lane prayer, Mrs. Elizabeth '
Sorority Best Introduction of Mistressof .... "
of Phi Delta Kappa d-,61 ;
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WILL NOT TURN HAIR .r.. i" '. in Downtown Heart of Jackson Ceremonies, Mrs. Jennie ,Auto, Centers:- -open weekdays '8:30 A.MRiverside
REDDISHIt ville. Yea Crockett; welcome address "
'
The color scheme of gold and Mildred Martin; response,
will not rub off, it stays on red, sorority colors, was fea Thresa Westley; solo,Miss Anita r qi Yr. wA1Jto -
several months. Shampooing: tured. Cocktail hour was pre-' Carr; reading, Juanlta Law;
sea bathing, ,sun, permanent ceded by a most delicious dinner selection, Emanuel Baptist e
waving, curling or straightening I consisting of Rib Steak, Church Choir I.; solo lira.Ro-
iron-nothing takes if* off. You Baked Potatoes In Jackets served vena Hughes; selection. Grant
can cover any gray hair no j jr with sour cream, green Memorial Trio; solo, Mrs. G. 1iFL
matter bow stubborn or how beans, gravy tossed salad, Mangrum; reading, Gloria Rl-
caused, B4CKSTA.YS.K. coffee or tea and apple pie. ley offering, P. M. Douglas,
Walter Jacobs; remarks, Miss
Mrs. Alicia Cash was toastmistress -
WONDERFUL
FOR
Willie Mae Richardson, financial -
of the occasion.BaslTeus -
TOUCHING W Dollle Murry presented reports, Mrs. Alice Bel-, .. r. ,
Mrs. A.E, Glrardeau who in bony Miss Maggie Kellum, /
DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH turn gave to the new sorors Mrs. Altamease Gardner; remarks -
Permanent Waving Mr. and Mrs. H. McNeal take gifts of remembrance.The Rev A. J. Reddlck,
CAUTION: Use as directed on pleasure Inannouncingtlie new members are Mrs. pastor.
label. Colors: Black, Dark marriage of their dang hter Mary Green, BjS., degree, Presiding at the punch bowl r a 'r .
'
Brown, Medium, Brown Linda Joyce to James Howard Florida AIM : Mrs Ruth will be Gloria RUey, Mildred Sa
Price per box $2.50 plus Hightower, son of Mr. and Mrs. Splvey BJS. Florida Normal, Martin and Gloria Holmes. sty Installed
Federal o. c. hlghtower. The wedding Mrs. Idurtal Golden, BjS., Belts, M s Free
TaxDIXIE took place January 21, 1967,In Fla. Normal; Mrs. Clarissa I 11 f
the City. Bradley, B.S. EWC; Mrs The Westslde Community Club ..
A reception will be given In TV. Randall, B, ., Florida will have its Anniversary Tea r' Daytona 500
PHARMACY their honor June 24, 7031 Ken Memorial College;Mrs.Teresa. Sunday June 25 from 4 to 6p.m., sports
Knight Drive. dOn ld, B.S., M.A.; Miss Betty in Henry Gordon AME Church,
Friends and relatives of the Ruth Smith, B.S.,Florida Memorial. corner of 23rd and Wilson styled seat covert
1305 Klip II. In. Hi will be
couple are Invited. Regular meeting Streets. Clubs of the city are invited -
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The, Most Worshipful Union I Sunday 5 o'clock at the Acorn Reg. 30.99
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Win! Win! brats St. John Day June 25, All clubs are Invited! to attend.T.e's .
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PARE L: STAR PAPERS SATURDAY TONE 14, nil



1- Annual Men's Day Observance Set fFor Mount Salem Baptist Church Ii,




Program Slated For .41h Anniversary Observance. Ml. Canary Hold Rev. F. Brown To Be Key Note


St. Thomas BaptistThe Women's Day Speaker For Ml. Salem Men


Courtesy Committee Win Mt. Salem Baptist Church will observe 1l'. Annual lien's.
Annual WOMEN'S Day wfll be on Sunday, June 25.
be presented in a drama entitled Day Program
"The Way Of The Crow Leads' observed June MatMt.Calvary Many pst from other churches bare been invited to pan lci
Home," June 25, at 7:30 P...., I Baptist! Church, beginning with pate. Deacon C. Jackson will act as Superintendent during the
in St. Thomas Baptist Church. the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Sunday. School which Is set for 9:30 a.m.
with Mrs. Teresa Donaldas
Some of the participate guest superintendent. The Deacon Jack'Clinton Green Is Mr. J. Hicks will accept the
Some of the
participants areas
lesson will be re viewed by Mrs. general chairman and Deacon offering
follows Mrs. M. L. Johns
: Rosa B. McCray.The George Tucker program chair- Sunday afternoon has been set
win act as Mistress ofCeremonies
and will be intro- teachers are: Mrs. B. S. man of the annual men's Day aside as Youth Hour, with Alton -
duced by Mrs. Marie Merritt. 'Brown, Mrs. Lois Cain,Dora L. celebration to be held Sunday Rogers presiding. The welcome -
Jenkins Geneva Cotton at Mt.Salem address for this
Mrs. Leno George will present Bettye throughout! the day segment
the Courtesy Committee aDd 'Oliver, Alice Stone, Nellie Baptist Church. Rev. F.Brown will come from James Ellis.
Rev. C. J. Crosby will make Brown Pauline Bryant JoneUe .will be speaker at the o'clock Rev. A. Jackson Is the scheduled -
observations. Wilson, Evwlyn Wells, Alfreda service and Rev. Joe Calhoun speaker for the young
Choirs serving the occassloo I Ya Webster, Winifred Randall and speaker at (the 8 o'clock people, ,introducted by Eugene
f Mrs. Jacquelyn Jenkins. wservice.. Calhoun.
are the Female Chorus of St.
s _. ,
Mrs. Bessie Hill will presideat ---- Evening Devotion will began
Thomas, Choir No. 2 of Trinity e
Baptist Church and the choiro the 11 a.m., worship service. at e.OC: pjn., with Rev. Oren
f Friendly Baptist Church. Devotion, Mrs. W. M. Tlsby, Wilcox presiding. Devotional
Lenoye Mollery, A. Jackson, Mrs. Mary Huey and Mrs.Mary'Daniels. service win be led by DeaconS.
r r Consecration: prayer Brown of Friendship Baptist
Jason
BorundRey.Washington r
Williams will also appear.Deacon r A a 1 'Mrs. Jessie Myrlck; call to Church. Zion Hope Baptist! Male
G. W. Scott Is tilt worship, Mrs. ,Bessie HILL: Chorus will lead the processional -
selection Female Chorus, line. Announcements will
sponsor and the publicis
cordially, invited to attend. Jlt Abyssinia Baptist;prayer,Mrs. again be made by Deacon Cal
} Rosa Jackson; scripture, Mrs. r houn. Rev. C.W. Span will Introduce -
J. M. Bryant; mission offering the speaker for the
Mrs. Liole Frailer;solo,Mrs. evening; Rev. Joe Calhoun ofSt. ,
Myrtle Barton; meditation John's Baptist Church
2 nd Baptist Plans moments, Mrs. Hortense Neal;

speaker, Mrs. Mae Miller; Invitational -
Bible School CourseThe r hymn, Mrs. Hill; DEACON 1.C. GREEN *A'
offering Mrs. Verdett Deacon J.C. Green will be presiding
Sunday School of Second Copeland, Lucile King Grace aj Horning Devotion is
Baptist Church will sponsor its Cody, Thelma Mosley, Arletha called to order at 11.00: am.:
annual Vacation Bible School Madrlck; observations, wordsof Assisting Deacon Green will be
June 26-Joly 7. appreciation, M r .. Erma Deacons A.J. Robinson and John
The hours are from 9:30: a.m., Pfctand art aeabers of Usher Board of Second Baptist'' 'gram reatartnca panel discussion win be presented for tne Muldrow; remarks, Mrs. andrews. The processional rw
to 12 noon Church which will observe its Mm anniversary Monday night, occasion. The Belle Waters Choir will render selections., Gussle Gray,general chairman.) will be led by lloncrlef Baptist!
The purpose of the study in the sancutary at I p.m. The group will also give recognition Special honor will be given Deacon K. Thomas who servesas Youth hour win be observed Male Chorus. Deacon E. Calhoun
course is to help the children to Mrs. Mary K. Heard, for 19 years of service as the auxiliary to the courtesy group. it 3 p.m. The participants will make announcements!
from and strength their religious the president, and other officers for loyal support. A pro- are: Emanuel Baptist Junior and Rev Oxell Wilcox Is programmed DEACON GEORGE TUCKER:
habits and develop a religious choir, Miss Patricia Jackson to give the welcome Orange Park.
attitude and appreciation St. Mary's Baptist 'R.1. First Mission Miss Sandra Rutchlngson, Miss address. OteUWllcoxwillacknow--
for Bfblclal knowledge that will Grant Memorial Rudolph Mangle Overstreet, Miss The speaker for the morning ledge all viators and remarks I
be of immediate value to them.In .' Recital Alveda Wright, Mrs.Lottie win be Rev. F. Brown and will win be made by Deacon George
additional to the Bible phase, .Musical SiteMrs. Observes AnniversaryR.L. Conference Set Hutchinson, Miss Belinda be introduced by Rev. W.Q. Tucker. Closing remarks will
classes wUlalso be held in art will Plan ActivitiesChoir Jackson, Miss Doretha Jones, Rogers. Mr. A. Vickers and offered by Rev. W.Q. Rogers.
Essie Mae Thomas The Women of Florida
crafts,,and personal manners, Baptist Miss Maggie Overstreet, Miss
health. be presented in a musical recital 3 of Grant Memorial Rudolph will oberve his will conduct their first Mission Blanche Watson Miss Beverly
,
and physical
The pastor, Rev. J. C. Sams.ans .o July 2 at 8 p.m., in St. AME Church will sponsor trip 22nd anniversary Sunday at and Fellowship Conference Brinson.
assistant J. Mary's Baptist Church 3848 Aamorican Beach July 22 at 8 p.m., in the annex of Mt. June 29-30 at the Baptist Assembly Mrs. Leola Thomas will be ALTAR CALL
L. Hall putorleRu. St. Augustine RcJ.Shew1Ubean- 4 p.m. Ararat Baptist Church with several near Eustls on State guest president during the BTU
during the noon day period. St. AugutUneRd.She willbe accompanied The bus route is:Edgewood prayer bands in charge Road 452. hour and Miss Synetta Drayton
by Cecil B. Fisher.. Avenue "B", 6th and Powhat- of the devotion. Mrs. Susie C. Holley, presi- guest pianist. The participants WHOSE INFLUENCING WHOM?
Others appearing will be Solomon tan, Kings Road and Myrtle, The participants will include: dent of the General Baptist State at 7 p.m., are: Mrs. Mary Southern Baptist ministers-some 10,000 of them-meeting
Thank You Notice Tlmmons, Deacon Ernest Davis and Caroline, Grant AME Traveling Stars, Heavenly Fin ,Convention of Florida,has made Palmore Mrs. MattleFeacber, .In Miami Beach, were told that "bartenders reach about 95
Thomas, Choirs S,.B,and Male and Florida Avenue and Union Gospel Singer, Mrs. Ethel D. plans for the success of session, Mrs. Irma J. Odom, Mrs. cent of the voters In the nation while Protestant preachers
We wish to extend our many Chorus of Mt. Ararat Baptist Street. The public has been Invited Bannister and the Versiteers, and expects a large attendance Martha Butler and Rev. W. M. per about 25 cent
thanks to all of our friends Church LatImore Gospel Sing- to attend .Mrs. Mary Goodman, Mrs. influences only per
from the other
; missionary conventions Hill, pastor. This evidently came as a shock to many of the ministers
who contributed to our Educa- ers, Thelmarettes, Essie Mae On July 23, its an annual Sadie Mitchell Mt. Ararat. in the state. for the
really a good Job
who were doing
tional Day Program at Philadelphia Thomas Evereadys Nathaniel "Hour of Charm" in the church Quintet, Thomas Singer, and present though they
Abus will leave from this city Rev W. C. Mitchell people and God. The ministerial critic was Dr. George Sen-
Baptist Church.We Jackson, Octovettes, Mrs.The- auditorium, beginning at 8 p.m. others. The Gospel Trotters 'June 29 at 10 a.m., from PhIladelphia wearer research scientist at the University of Tennesseea -
thank those who Ima Edwards, Traveling Stars, Outstanding talent in the city will also appear with Mrs.Ban-0 Baptist Church and will -
participated, sponsored and ''Travelettes and others.. The' will participate on the program. ulster as mistress of cere* 'stop at Mt Salem Baptist Convention Speaker Baptist address himself.His was. directed. to the problem of the population
advertised. Knights of : beguest I> ,Other clubs, boards and aux1llarle.o monies.- Special guest will be burcll.'( -FOr far Ujt't' "Rev. W. C. Mitchell, the pastor -
andMrs.JJames vie-a vls birth control. .
May God bless and keep JO 1. M have been invited to at- "Princess" Naomi and the Bandof information explosion ,
group, ; contact Mrs. S. L. of Little .Rock Baptist at
There Is anothe r explosion taking place in our nation
Robert L. Spruill, president,! Is the tend. Groups of the church have Truth.
Bryant sponsor. Rice and Mrs. C. I. Williams.Ushers Church win deliver the sermon the
at
this moment, and me thinks more and more men
Rev. J. M. Johnson, pastor. been asked to support the event. very
'for the District School
Sunday cloth need to ask themselves: Whose influencing whom?
I and Baptist! Training Union Annual As explosive summer of volatile racial unrest is already
To Observe Session which beginbeld' upon us, with riots having broken out in several sectors.
at tee Friendly Baptist Church And, this is Just the beginning.
Section Florida Times Union through Sunday afternoon. Rev. Admittedly, dear Reverends, the rioters are for the most
Mitchell will be heard at U 0',
64th Anniversary
part, not those who occupy your pews on Sunday morning.
a clock. The choirs and ushers of However, unless and until Reverends in pulpits get with
Second Baptist Church which Little Rock Baptist and Friendly the people who are doing the rioting And out why-and go
will begin with the Sunday School Baptist will serve for the oc-' out and do something (or them,very little win be accomplished
at 9:30 a.m. L. C. Chester ,casion. during the usual U a.m.Sunday. spiritual bash.
assisted by the general and The convention will close Its Dr. Schweitzer really has something in suggesting that
departmental superintendents 64th annual meeting with the more influence Is peddled In bar rooms than in churches.
win be In charge. Official Mission Hour at 2:30 First of all, most church people take the grossly erroneous
: e The pastor will review the p.m. Rev. A. J. Hughes,' the position that politics dirty and the,are too clean, themselves
lesson and deliver the sermonsfor chairman of the Mission Board and too good to soil their hands.
the major worship hours. win preach, and the choirs and Yet, behind the conditions that are causing racial conflict
Consecration for the deacons, ushers of St. John Missionary and unrest is vicious, dirty white-oriented and controlled
deaconesses, ushers and choir Baptist Church will sing for the politics.Is .
.win be held at 10:45: a.m. ,worship hour. the Church its preachers and people, too powerlessly
Morlning worship begins at good to do anything?
i 11 "First Of
: o'clock. lily The rioters are those idled by raclstlc segregation oppressing
Baptist Training Union with ( 'Cls,11 I IB s. them. Since they are idle, they're most apt to be found In
l'
,
: Mrs. R. H. Morrissette in' pool rooms, bar rooms on street Corners, and at any otherspot
charge will be held at 5:45: p.m. Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bam 1s-. conducive to idling.
Weekly actlvltes Includes the ter, "First Lady of Gospel Preach from the pulpit, Reveraed, until your tongue falls out
"Prayer cf Faith Hour" Tues- Songs," win observe her ann about the wrongness of riots and the ones that ought near
O day at 7 p.m. The pastor will iversary July 9. you never will.

administer the baptismal ritesat The participants include:Miss But, go rooms, bar rooms, honky-tonks and
this time. Anita Cm, Voices of Faith relate otogfullytolt the victims of our oppressive system
The monthly business meeting Valorle Malbory, who win appear of segregation and you'll not only find out why they riot, but
win be held. at 8.15 p.m. TIle in a sketch, "God's Power you may find a way to help solve their problems; the best
th Sunday School Officers and ," "The Two Marys,," Mrs. cure for rioting. .
Teachers Council will be held Rutha Mae Deal and Mrs. Irene Your Altar of Influence, dear Reverend, may be Just down the
Friday at 7p.m. L. C.Chester Williams, Mrs. Harry Mat street from the Church. Perhaps you ought hurry on down,
will be In charge of the business Armstrong and "Princess Nao' meet, and get with the people.
Rev.;Sams win conduct the Bible mi." Others will

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Security benefits paid $67,207; and finally Si NEW YORft-NPO financial VelcometoDR'1AF ; .DISCIPLINE
. amounting to $36,711,156 were dependent parent were paid study of civil right organizations / ., Although many parents think of discipline u punishment, the
, ; paid to Duval County residents $4,427 every month in 1966. has found that the essence of good discipline U training your child to that to
In 1968. This Is $3.059,263 If you will stop and think National Urban League baa the knows what is expected of him, especially u regardthe
largest followed in
each month. This figure does about these figures a little bit, budget, order rights and property of others. Punishment is reserved for
by the NAACP SCLC and
not Include lump-sum payments you can see why I say U is the_black power groups. those occasions and they should be rare when discipline break

or'any Medicare payments Important for you to know about The Urban League has an When
Social Security and what it can budget of $1.8 million operating plus :J Jt'i properly trained, your child will not develop feelingsof
By far the largest group to mean to your family. As I special project finds of about frustration or resentment u a result of discipline or even
receive a payment was the 21, said In an earlier column, this $2 million. In its last fiscal I punishment that Is deserved, but be will recognise In it yon
513 retired persons who received can be a real cornerstone of tbeleague bad an Income love and your concern for his welfare This will strengthen his
$1,629,477 each month. your protection. By basing your of $2.37 million. sens security.
We bad 3,250 disabled workers Insurance savings or invest- The Southern Christian Leadership -. The restrictions yon Impose on lour child's behavior art
who received $301,847; there ment plan on Social Security Conference was found to partly to protect him from bodily injury and partly to insure
were 4,376 wives and depen- you can go a long way towardelvlne have a $1 million budget in 1966 that he will not be a social outcast. is Important as he grows
,
dent husbands who were paid yourself and your familya compared to a record $L3 million older to give him a gradually increasing amount of responsibility -
$181,244; and 10,077 children for his behavior.In
solid and secure future. in 1965. own .
I received $500,614 each month. Our office is in the new Federal sclc cut its staff ant trimmed his infancy there are occasion when punishment necessary.
Monthly benefit to 5,054 wi- Building at 400 West Bay Street. Its operations reduce its bud On such occasions, It should be given without delay
dow and dependent widowers We look forward to helping get.Dr.Martin Luther King,Jr., *o that there will be no doubt In your child's mind as to what
amounted to $354,447 while you with your Social Security SCLC president,said the organization be is being punished for.
1,403 widowed mothers were problems. is now in "fairly good Furthermore it should be given without any show of anger.
(financial) shape." Cine you are punishing the misdeed, not your child, you must
The black let him know that the punishment in so way diminishes ,ourl"'e
CAN YOU PROJECT YOURSELF TO 1984 power organiza for him.
tions' budgets were not disclosed
Fantastic growth-arid change-is In the outlook for the next 15 to but they were said tote When the punishment has been given, yon should consider the
20 years and the ingenuity of the American businessman will in the tens or hundreds or thousands incident closed. For the child d two or three, a firm "NoNo"
prompt sweeping innovations throughout the economy. Staff expertsof of dollars annually. ILECTED-aomer Alfred (center) of Max Sobel Wholesale Liquors, San Francisco, Call: accompanied by a look of disapproval,to often all that Is needed.
a new magazine project the exciting expansion which will affect CORE recently reduced its Indebtedness fornia, was elected to the Hall of Fame honoring outstanding Old Taylor salesmen. He When he reaches the age of five should be able to explain -
you and your daily life. Know how programming and computer from $400,00 in holds the "Hall of Fame Award" presented at a dinner here by James H. Mclnerney left) the reasons for the rules\ you lay down. You should, however -
service will enter into everyone's everyday experience? Will money February 1965 to 137000. vice president and general sales manager of National Distillers. Adding congratulations mike you explanation brief, or you child may use Infractions -
be obsolete, and centralized credit at the "root of all evil"? Auto- SNCC picked up$lO.OOOatare- is John Lethbrldge vice president of National Distillers. of your rules as a means of getting your attention
mated supermarkets, household helicopters, programmed travel cent fund-raWngdtnner In New for a longer period than you can sometimes afford to give

route things you will want to know about the future-now! York. Many of the speeches by Gregory Tests NATIONAL NEWS RIGHTS ACT NO him.
former SNCC chairman Stokely At the age of six, witholding privileges, brief scoldingsor
Carmichael at the nation's colleges confining your child to his room should replace spanking
65 are designed to raise Ordinance BETRAYAL??? SOLUTION TO UNREST and other form of physical punishment.The .
CADILLAC Park
,
SEDAN WASlDNCTON-NPI- Idea
$3395 money for the SCCC. that punishment should never be given for fear of
LOADED I LIKE NEW AID CONDITIONED. man who runs the Defense De- interfering with your child's emotional development is com-

64 Cadillac Sedan DeVille. . .$2605 CHICAGO (NPIDick partment's civil rlghtsprogram RAL61Gii: ; N. C. Harold pletely erroneous Nothing more damaging to his emotional
Ala CONDITION W w.TIces AND JUST LIKI A NEW CA!. J. J. Mason Gregory deliberately got himself has quit charging that the Howe II, U.s. Commissioner growth than a complete absence of discipline. Neither is there
Purchased! From Chrysler Corp. arrested in order to Pentagon had betrayed President .of Education told the graduation any need to worry that discipline will spoil the close relationship
Famous 50.000 Miles or 5-Year Warranty challenge a Chicago Park Din Johnson's fair employment seniors of Shaw University between you and the discipline
Some Air Conditioned Receives Award trlct ordinance which closes policies Girard P.Clark, Sunday that the passage of is administered fairly and inanunmistakaWas spirit of love.

66 Dart 270 4-Door .$1795 Chicago1 park to the public director Pentagon Contract the Civil Rights Act of 1965 Good discipline must be a joint effort of both father and mother
66 Variant 200 4-Door INDlANAPOlJIN PI) from U p.m. to 4 a.m. Compliance office, was said to did not provide a simple solu- working in harmony. Any disagreement about the course it
.$1795 J.J. Johnson, one of the greatest The comedian decision to be concerned about the expected tion to race relations. must take should be aired well out of earshot of the children.
i lfr TdcNE'D:; ? ;W&JSKJMR?*"*. AND Jazz trombonist in the country challenge the ordinance was reorganization of his office Speaking at the 102nd annual

65 T Bird Super: Clean. .$2795 last week received the prompted by reports from that would reduce civilian control commencement exercises at the Rights Bill In Offing
AJ* DI LOADED Crlspus Attacks High school friends and other associatesof over its anti-discrimina predominantly Negro, Baptist Supreme Curd Rules ,

65 Buick Al!I CONDITIONED LeSabre, CLIAN.. ,: .. . .$2195 distinguished alumnus citation police harassment in en- ton program. supported university,Howe said But Backing Is Needed
during ceremonies in that white Americans feel
65 Pontiac Catalina vesper forcing the ordinance.He many
.
I Al* CONDITIONED $1995 the school gymnasium. He has said he was concerned,too, ORDEREDLOS that by supporting the 1965 act Against All's Plea WASHlNcroNNPIIIqe)
66 Falcon Futura -R.or. .$1595 won more nation-wide and International about the tension surrounding ANGELES-{(NPI})- A until it was enacted into law for passage of a civil rights
AUTOMATIC I THANI ? musical polls- the park In recent weeks and panel of deans from San Diego "they had done all that couldbe bill in 1967 has been expressed
64 Riviera Buick . . .$2395 which Include Paris-than any the possible violence that might State San Jose State, Fresno expected of them." CLEVELAND -CNPI) by Clarence Mitchell local
Al! CONDITIONED. NEW Tim. LOADED. other musician. State and San Fernando Valley "Now we know that the Casslus (Muhammad All) Clay NAACP chapter director.
67 Mustang .. . result from a thoughtless act world's
. .$2395 State heavyweight boxing
ItIMo AUTOMATIC. cowls ITEMING FACT J.J attended Attacks from by police officers toward Colleges has ordered passage of laws will not alone "We have got the vote for
65 Chevrolet Impala Wagon .WAMANTV..$2195 1937-1941 during which time Negroes who might seek to use Sigma Chi fraternity chapters,, solve a problem with a history champion dethroned non-ring civil rights legislation in Congress .
V.. Aid CONDITIONED. LIKI NEW"' he studied under the great J. the recreational area after at the campuses to prove they as long and agonizing as the opponets for refusing to accept U we work to get them,"
64 Chevrolet, Only 23,000 Ml .$1295 Harold Brown, molder of many closing hour are free to select members of denial of equal opportunity to fast in the his draft, remained stead- Mitchell told about 150 Negro
I MM AUTOMATIC. famous musicians. with any race or color without fear our Negro cltltens. position Sunday when elected Democrats gatberedfor
went to the
65 Mustang . . Gregory park be was closeted with six of his
i IIADIO & HEATU. U'IEDI .$1395 After graduation, Johnson als wife Lillian, an attorney of a veto of the national sfflce. He said whites and Negroeswill athlete brothers a two-day workshop conference
started playing professionallywith and a Chicago newspaper pub- The deans charged that Sigma have to continue working -top men all sponsored by the Democratic
0! P00W ... .. : :t the Lavon orchestra. ChI's national has together to solve this domestic in their respective fields in a National committee.
I 'NLET .:.. lill afi&a-o" :: ::: jjj:::: Kemp Usher a procedureof
OLDS. ......., ; Later, be toured with Benny They were walking around the revlewLig membershipswhich problem racial justice in the searching appraisal of Clay's"no He said there was hope that
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Carter Count Basle Dizzy park when they encounted "has discriminated and United States. Violence I I. the The drp't"athletes situation some of the crippling amendments -
Glllesple Oscar Pettlford and police. Gregory said he was does discriminate on the basisof result of Negro frustration that led by the fab- tacked onto the education -
ulous
R. S. EVANS many other "names".Incidentally "determined to provoke his arrest race." has been simmering for years .Cleveland Jim Browns Brown, former bin would be removed
he was one of the youngest in order to test the park he said "Having sown the wind, fullback and either in the Senate or House-
sidemen In these groups at that ordinance" PROTECTION America is now reaping the I, currently president, Negro Industrial Senate conference committee

.., ., 3rd & .MAINwEL time; The officers twice asked Gregory CHICAGO -(NPI)- Unscrupulous Whirlwind. Negro requests for included and Economic Union, which it must go through.
alaq..l .,? I Johnson ,,1s, also .-considered to leave the park, ,but.to undertakers are' ...saidto Justice .hav. Jqr the most part, Celtics John Bill Russell Woolen, Boston Mitchell urged the legislator .,,
.. 4-8381 OPEN TILL 0:30;: P.M.i'EL: 4-8382 one of nation's top arranger- no avail. Then the comedian be gouging families 111 Negro been met by apathy at best and prawns; davle, SavtJ Cleveland -. to mobilize grass root*
) composers. provoked the arrests.( areas of the city. So the repression at worst." Chicago Bears: ; Bobby" Mitchell:' support for new civil rights
Chicago Memorial association legislation by flooding Congress -
and Lew
Washington Redskins
Is launching a memorial driveto King Blast Alclndor UCLA. with letters telegrams _
and telephone calla.Mra.larbua .
protect Negro families from Alter what Brown termed wasa
the gouging during times of "heart-to-heart" session, in Jordan, a Hous.::
bereavement. Paul Hanchett. ton attorney who became Texas'.
Supreme Court which the athletes probed Clay
Association director and from every "possible angle", only Negro state senator last:
Roosevelt University economist January, said she does not condoms -
the results was that "we heard
said a $15 fee enrolls an the "black power" push
'ETS his views and know he is com-
U1'E .entire family. Funerals are offered ATLANTA Dr. Martin pletely sincere in his beliefs. but prefers to work throughthe
from $157 to $257. Lots Luther King Jr., charged that His position 1* complete in accord political process tofurtherthe
J. cost extra, as much as $300. the UJS. Supreme Court ruling with his religious beliefs." Negro objectives.
upholding his contempt of court Clay is scheduled to on According to Carl H. Russell
'THESE PRICES' -GOOD THROUGH [ AT E06ENOOD.AYE. go
JUNDJU LAUNCHEDNEW tern
.
conviction a "sinister prece- trial, in Houston, on June 19, mayor pro ,Wlnston-Salem
YORK -(NPI)- An dent" whlck could "break the for refusing induction last N.C., "Public demonstrationshave

WESTERN CENTER CUT educational program to inform back of the nonviolent movement April %8. !If convicted the served their purpose.Now
I Negroes of their legal rights ." 24-year-old pugilist face a It's up to the courts and the
has been launebec1 by the NAACP King stated that these same five prison term and/or politicians.
Legal Defense and EducationalFund tactics were used in the early ,I 110,000 year tae.However Most Cooper, the first Negro

PORK CHOPS LB. Inc. The three-year project century to prevent formation of be seems unperturbed elected to be six-member
69 to be called the Division labor unions and break strikes. over the outcome, u council In Hiltonla G., said l
.of !.epllnformaUon and Com .He added that this gives the I he scheduled a 15-round ex-< "Black power people only make
munity Service, will be financed racists a free hand when Negroes hlbltion bout with Alvin (Blue) things worse. Pm trying to gqt

SIV L 12U by a $300,000 Rockefeller are desparately in need Lewis Thursday, June 15, in my people more interested 5
BARBECUESPARE Foundation grant which LDF of orderly channels. for re- Detroit the first since the dethroned government so they can have
must match. The program formation.Dr. champ refused Induc- a better chance
which will function through civil King and seven other Negro tion. However Edward Davis\vice-
LB. rights groups, churches and leaders were sentenced to president Akron (Ohio city
RIBS 59PUREX community organizations, will five days In jail and fined council cited the role "black
tell Negroes In simple terms $50 for criminal contempt In Wet lecu its Niciflii power" plays In"doing something -
what their legal rights are in 1963. The ruling said the Negro to spouse people from

education, bousing employment leaders had no constitutional WASHINGTON -(NPI) ._' I their apathy and. keep elected
I. PUREX and government services. right to ignore all Richard if. unto bas become I officials awake;
procedures of law in And Mrs. Yvonne Brathwaite
Birmingham -
the first police cadet to be
RIGHTS FIGHT Ala. The leader were Los Angeles member of the
BALTIMORE-)- Aa In- arrested for violating aq\ In- .ber appointed of the u metropolitan full-fledged police memI I California state legislature,
BLEACH Wine i tra-cMl rights fight shaped up- uction forbidding them to kid force. I noted that "blackpwoer"while,
between CORE'S former Baltimore desegregation marches on Good Hinton was given the oath of j It is an overstatement, shocks:
; chairman and the New (Friday.and Easter Sunday. society Into dealing with problems -
office Police Chief John B. :
by
LIMIT. 1 IjnTI *5 $5.00$ OR MORE FOOD ORDERy] York CORE office Waiter Car-, Layton on btu list t birthday. it would otherwise
y" ...... ter, ex-CORE leader I.accused J ignore.i _
"the Does in New York" of
DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR ordering the Baltimore mar- Negro Youths

vbes to cease. But Lincoln Lync, YOURARMYIN
CORE associate national director -
... .; ..- 1ACfLA. 1 i said no orders had be issued Served Ammonia
.- on the demonstrations. IN

,;:. ;. :r; I LUMBERTON, N.C.Three
member of the NAACP Youth
.. vwwws/yvs
GRADE A FRYERS ;" '."r rt- .LB.J 29 Am Service*** been Council hospitalized in Robeson as County a result have of ,

ammonia thrown Into their ye*


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Cloulse Robinson of 7214 Rhode Fifteen Youth Council mem- '
< stand Drive W. Jacksonville bers, led by Joseph Ratcllfl, You'Seek The Best Doctor
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ACLU Argues Demonstrations Bring NAACP Exec. Urges Capitol Meting Education Roundup I


Powell RightTo Needed Changes Cool SummerOf .
DISAPPROVAL changing the morality whim

NEW YORK-(NPI)-Demonstrations PeaceWASHINGTON.04P1 CHICAGO((NPI)>-Unanimous Ignores, condones and accepts
HoltJ Seal at the annual meetIng disapproval of race rioting and organized crime" rather than
of some of the nation's professional agitators was registered uses more rigorous enforce-1!
)- The ment of stricter laws by more,
largest companies are influencing I : by the Chicago Minis-
NEW, YQRK--Tie American the firms to take another federal government plans to terlal Association,AME Church police
Civil uoenies Union Its affiliated look at their employment prac spend $67 millionthis summerto f last week, In a 14 point state
New York ClvU Liberties tices. prevent street violence, ment, approved by some 95 SOCIAL CHANGE ROLE
Union 'and the American Company officials usually deny Part of the money will &\! to members meeting in Greater KANSAS CITY, Mo.-(NPI>-
Jewish Congress last week that the protest have induced hiring some 50,000 young Bethel AME Church. Specifically The church's role as L force
urged the U.s. Supreme Courtto them to make any needed people. Businessmen will be the statement criticized for ..ocW'change In cities
bypass the, UJS. Court of changes. They've practiced asked to hire a million more. .' r the "unwarranted and unlawful throughout the nation, will be
Appeal for the District of Columbia nondiscrimination and falrplayall Some 275,000 Jobs will be filled conduct" of a rally in the point of Interest at tile,
and detemlne the constitutionality along, they typically insist by l the Neighborhood Youth 'Hit Washington Park designed to five-day annual convention of
of the exclusion But out of the protests, and Corps. Others will be sent to change the name of the parkto the National Catholic Confer
camp and given more recreational "Malcolm X Shabau Park. ence for Interracial Justice on
of Adam Clayton Powell by the the protests against them,some >Ot
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House of Representatives bow cOllIe more jobuDd better opportunities 'LG l Calling participants in the racy the Rockhurst College campus
The civil liberties groups will break for the Negro. Company R. Sargent Shriver, director professional agitators, the Aug. 17-20. Co-hosted by the;:'
submit a: friend of the court officials are made to see that of the Office of Economic Opportunity statement, charged that the rally college, the Diocese of Kansas -
brief contending that a U.s. they must make at least token has defended the expenditures "not only failed to bring about City, St. Joseph, and the 1
Supreme Court rule providesthat Improvements in their employment by declaring that orderly solutions to our problems local CIC group Its principal,
the! first level of appeal opportunities or face amounting lower-class children have as but did a disservice to speaker will be Archbishop>>JohnF. I
can be passed "upon a showing crescendo protests.. much right. middle-class kids r I the cause of civil rights." Dearden, Detroit president,
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that the case is of such Imperative One such firm was the Eastman to go to summer camp and bold National Conference Catholic
public Importance as Kodak Company of Rochester summerJobs. 1 Y. "STAR" MINISTERLOS Bishops
to Justify the deviation from which distributed leaflets But the federal money Is really ANGELES-NPI)-Master -
normal appellate processes and telling of its "Equal Employ to buy off summer unrest, according of ceremonies for Friday's DELEGATES
to some observers.The (June CHICAGO-{(NPI)-Among the
to require. Immediate settle ment Opportunity." 9) Children Spring Festival
ment." The firm announced that It cool-summer efforts will sponsored by the Los Angeles 14 persons named to officially
The(ACLU, NYCLU and the had stepped up the nlrint of lower the possibility of vlo-t Council of Churches at represent the Methodist Rock
AJC argue In their brief that Negroes and had several train lence by taking children off the First Baptist Church, will River conference at the Methodist
the denial of an elected con ing programs going the streets, said James Banks, PRINCIPALS INVOlVED-in recent Office of Educational 0pporta mhty's grant of $599, be former Los Angeles Rams General Conference in
gressman's right to assume Kodak asked stockholders to outgoing director United Plan 967 for a demonstration project in a 10-county Alabama cooperative prgoram gahter In football star the Rev. DanielL. Dallas, Texas in 1958 are two
his seat for reasons not 'enumerated send slongthe leaflets toclergy- ning Organlrtlon, Washington, Washington to discuss the award. From left are Nelll Freeman, director, USDA Commodity Towler. The ex-grldiorn Negro ministers and lay members
In the Constitution men, many whom have backed D.C. But the efforts fall to Distribution division, Consumer Marketing Service, Washington; Dr. Carl Robinson, hero is currently minister to The ministers are the
"strikes directly at the foundation Kodak's opponent, the civil "eliminate the causes of riots Bessemer Ala., and Atty. Orzell BUlingley, Jr., Birmingham, both prime movers in securing the campus and director of
of representative rights organization FIGHT, and violence," he added. the grant; W.M. Seaborn, assistant to the Secretary USDA and Rodney Leonard, the Wesley Foundation, California Revs. Edsel Ammons, a head-t;
government, there being no which has protested the firm's Mitchell Svirldoff, director deputy assistant secretary, USDA (UPI PHOTO), State College 'quarters staff member,Rockford -.:,.. '"
right more fundamental than the repudiation of a job training New York City Human Resources .------- -- m.; and Harry Gibson,
of the Administration, charged BETTER REMEDY Oak Park, superintendent,
right people>> to participate program for Negroes.
and be beard in the councils In another efforts to bolster that the outlay of federal To Defend Gordon Punshon Freedin Tea PlaaaedCIIICAGONPI BOSTON-NPI- better' Chicago-Western district Lap
of their national government its racial Image, Kodak sent funds to prevent summer violence NAACP The 1st means of eradicating crime in members are Dr. Arvarh E.
\ through their properly out publicity announcing that It "informs people that the International Tea for Freedom (VIe streets is to wipe out all Strickland, professor of history
elected representatives.." Arguing had presented an Instamatlc way to get some money is to T. S. U. StudentsNEW Speaks Up For will be held Sunday, Sept. 17, vestiges of poverty, unemployment Chicago Teachers College
that it is Powell's 804 camera to Bejamln have a riot or threaten one." 3-7 at the South Shore and slum conditions, deb South; and Mrs. William H:
to sit, and his constituents Blakeley, outstanding graduate And Austin Thompson, a community Ballroom.p.m., cured the National Council of McCallum, wife of a retired
.. right to be represented. of the New York Urban League's worker inSan Francisco The Churches policy making general minister, Chicago
Youthgordon sponsoring organization
Negro
'In the present sessionof Street Academy college preparation Indicated that putting youths to YORK.- The NAACP the Foundation for Freedom 1 board last week The board!
Congress", the brief urges program. work could only aggravate will defend four Texas South and Democracy Community
that the' Court avoid further Blakley, 20, special existing problems ofstreettur- ern University, students Indicted M. Punshon, Managerof Life is seeking national
is in business
delay.',"Such delay would only' citation at the Urban League's bulence. In toff\ slaying of a the Jacksonville Youth Opportunity support for the affair. Equal opportunity
prolong the period in which'the Fredrick DouglassAwards Din "What yon get for being in policeman last month when rioting Center made a plea Have you checked your wanted ads lately? .
voters d the district are wth.| .; ner as the youngster who most the Neighborhood Youth Corps erupted on the campus of ''to 3,000 Jacksonville employers
out representation and increase symbolizes the things for which Is $1.35 an hour," he added. the predominantly Negro )today, Wednesday June 14,1967to
the risk that the people of thedistrict Douglass, a 19th-century protest "Thats not anti poverty school. make an all out effort to Appointed Secretary
Thafs wine and the aftermath of the riot
will be alienated from leader, stood. money. gambling In provide as many summer part-
the government In which they Not long before officials of money Thafs money to which broke out on May 16, time and full-time Jobs available
are denied representation." the Xerox corporation, which get in trouble with." NAACP officials requested that to youth this summer.
Powell's right to be seated -like Kodak--Is headquarter Meanwhile, Sen. Edward W. Federal state and local authorities Punshon pointed out the over
has been supported by the civil in Rochester, upheld FIGHT'S Brooke (R.-Mass.) said the nation launch an Investigation of 3,000 high school students,hlgfe
liberties organizations on the struggle for Job opportunity was creating a "useless, Houston police who "engaged school graduates and college
ground that only the constitutionally at the firm's annual meeting.In alienated, and potentially revolutionary in a vengeful and destructive students have made appllca
,enumerated qualifications return, the Rev. HerbertC. underclass." rampage" against students and tlon for summer and full-time-,
of age. citizenship and Shankle, FIGHT vice-pre He did not specifically blame ,property when they entered the employment at the Center ana
.
Inhabitancy can be used by the sident, read a telegram from War on Poverty spending for university building with axes this number is Increasing at /, frlq {
House of Representatives to his organization at the annual this development>> but he linked and "smashed doors,destroyed 'an average of 150 youngstersmake
deny .a congressman his seat. meeting. The telegram congratulated ,his assertion to a charge that personally-owned radios and application every day. wrNv
This argument was acceptedby Xerox on its "will the anti-poverty war has television sets ransacked ,Punshon said these young
toe Speical House Judiciary ingness to shoulder communityand become an "administrative closets and cupboards and people are looking for any kind
Comrrilttee., chaired by Cong social repsonslbillty In nightmare" ripped tile from hall ceilings" .of work that they can get regardless
ressman. Emanuel Cellar, tackling the hardcore.unem.. At the same time, the San NAACP General Counsel of how menial Is or,
whoeVrfeport! recommended thai ployment problem." Francisco, Calif., NAACP announced Robert L. Carter said the whether it is for an hour,w....
Pow te seated and then ceo. At Gdnerai"totors'"annualmeeting J a "cool summer" plan NAACP would provide legal or for the whole summer. ". ,tn'.t '+ va I
"lbs House chose to Ig pickets protested the that would provide both employment counsel for Trazawell Frank Many of the young people
IIOr,'the recommendation andvoted firm's operation of a plant in and recreational activities Un, Jr., 20, of Houston; Floyd, looking for a Job this summer
to exclude Powell. A new South Africa. for young people>> Nichols, 25, Dallas; John Parker have very good skills that would
election was ordered in C.M. runs the South African San Francisco Branch President 20, Galesburg, 111., and satisfy the most demanding employer
Powell' district, and he was plant "in its usual nondiscrlmi- Ray Taliaferro said local Charles Freeman, 18, Port AT- requirements and they
overwhelmingly re-elected on natory manner within the laws business would be asked tohlre ther Tex., all charged In theslaying are serious In their search for
April 1L of the country" 5,000 young people.>> Youngsterswould of patrolman Raymond
be given free tickets to .Kuba. a Job in their desire to work

baseball games, movies, and Also Indicted in the slaying is It Is unfortunate, Punshon
SISTER BESSIE cultural events. Douglas Wayne Waller, 21, of added, that many of these youngsters .
In Los Angeles, a youth patrol Houston who Is reportedly being will have to drop out of
FREE.CANDLE WITH EVERY READING. funded by a $238,429 fed defended by a family lawyer. high school or college because 'I
eral grant was to operate in Several hundred police fired they were unable to find a'' ,
She will read your entire life- past,present and I Watts this summer more than 3,000 rounds of ammunition summer Job and its really dis-
future. She asks no questions but will tell you Acting VS. Welfare Commissioner into the dormitories, couraging to a young person F / J.t
what you want to know, giving date and facts of I Joseph H. Meyers said charged into the buildings and who has Just graduated from ,,.:.....-- t\'
business, love, health and family affairs. Will] .. the patrol would act to keep arrested 488 students, many in school to find that nobody wants Miss Anna L. Owens (center) arpointmects secretary to Illinois State Treasurer Adlal ;
help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will f street violence down, not pajamas and underclothing to hire bim.Punsbon Stevenson, gets assistance from Mrs. Dorothea Bridges (third from right), In cutting a n;
marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what I ; inflame it. Mrs. Mattie Harbert, bouse said that the Center birthday cake, during a joint celebration held recently In South Shore ballroom, Chicago
to do Lobe successful.Will reunite the separated, I Many members of the patrol mother in one of the dormitories has received only thirty-two Mrs. Bridges, a former Insurance agent, is co-owner of the Bridges Bridges Real Estat ,
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause I have criminal records. They said that when police Job opening for summer work Company. Other joining in (from left) are Mrs Ann Hunt; Miss Jean Blakeny; MesdameS l
happiness between man and wife. Make up I will cruise through the area broke Into her building and ers since the first of May Barbara Simmons and Georgia Oens Campbell; Mrs. Owen's mother; and Mrs. E. Rodney f'"
lover's quarrels. Tells if sickness or bad luck Is| spotting trouble, reporting it began to arrest students, "they and with 150 youngsters coming Jones wife of a local (WVON) radio disc jockey. (NPI PHOTO)r i
natural enemines evil influence and bad luck Does not tell to police, and acting as a po- made me lie on the floor and In every day,' this is an extremely -.,
to please you, but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for tentlonal butter between police two or three of them (policemen dismal picture for
disappointments in all others. I not only read your life like an and the community. ) walked on me." She also summer Jobs in Jacksonville in Warm Coats and Suits
open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come The patrol became a controversial reported seeing police carry this year Cool Looks
;and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems to g o issue when Ronald "five or six students out bloodyas Employers who are Interested
wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you (Brother Crook) 'Wilkins, its beef." In providing summer part-time In the woilil keeps you Is I study In contrasts: coat and mild ones like dyed beaver and''

can be helped and everything made clear by consulting. THIS commander, said the patrol The five students were previously or full-time job for a deserving WHAT and warm-yet are the suit lengths are generally very Persian are just as in,
GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.I would report police brutality charged with felony student should contact the coolest beauties on the fallwinter short-but watch for "maxl"
make "no house calls. 'Don't mistake the address SISTER Jacksonville Youth Opportunity Fabrics have pizazz I They have
not crimes. rioting. Three are still In Jail. scerte? Coat and suit fashions, lengths, too- down to midcalfor
BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on UJ5. II, 1/2 mile from Meanwhile, NAACP officials Two are free under $10,000 Center 400 West Ashley Street of course, for there Is a sparkling longer. Suits may have short softened surfaces but interesting
City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 879-2250. met privately with California bonds. or call 354-9021 Punshon said. and weaves such as nubbed tweeds'
HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE vintage to choose from-refiesh- ish waist-defining jackets
FOR
WATCH Gov. Rooal Reagan, asking the diagonal ribs or brushed wools
and colorful in new, body- paneled soft sklrtl-but don'tminimize
Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL Ing
to help prevent sum '
governor Mahalia Jackson Love those Shetlands, Donegal''
Open dally 8 a.m. to 10 pjn., Including Sundays' mer trubulence. conscious shapes, the Importance of the
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THIS CLIPPING ENTITLES ,YOU .TO A $5 READING for $Z. The governor was asked to Negro's Sentence long Jacketed, vested suit. or Harris tweeda..meltonsfleeces ,'*
"The role of coats and suits has chinchillas Wonderful ]
help start a youth employment Surprises InmatesINDIANAPOLISNPI :
the smoothies like gabardine !
and -
during the summerto broadened developed says ,
program
Yof keep youngsters out of To Be AppealedLYNCHBURG National Board of the Coat and Definitely, the suit Is big brash, 'the checks, plaids, stripes;;'
fashion word the last word, in "
troble. Suit Industry Now, one can go end printed wools .;
)}- Students (act.The updated two-piece clas :
Va. -(NPI) at the Indiana Girls' to the swinglngest party in a suit
sic, or costume which includes Colors zlngy.In blues lTeens":
Two court appeals were madeon school were entertained recently and coats cover all occasions,
dress with matched coat.Three- and purple vartances. And,:>
Pres. Johnson behalf of Thomas C. Wan- by famed gospel singer, too.
sley after be was sentencedto made a surprise appearance. piece, with jersey blouse or vest, speaking of opposltes-aedate:

Appoints Marshall two life sentence in the supposed The affair was both a graduation Military looks including fatigue four-piece with pants keeping brown la bigger than ever,Faih-,

.> .. rape of an elderly white for high school, elementary suits continue-but they play live pace. Coats may be fur-less or ion has decreed that coats and
woman. and beauty school pupils lier tunes.Collars stand-up dash trimmed with flat furs,The wild suits for fall be a bit unpredlcU-
,Jackntnclllt'i Largest t and Btttl; Known To Court Bench The case now goes before the and a dedcation of the new activities ingly as a generals...belts and ones such a* Cheetah, show ble but faahlonablei,-find them!

Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals building at the school tippers close-up the ranks.There strong fashion fanga-but the more Intriguing 'than ever, t
nil weak Fad QUOTES *i> OLD PHILOSOPHER .*. rid. The Jewish. Labor Committee where Defense Attorney west J. Speedway City. ,
"/... mntf lift t huh Yin MUll !aU" Howmtr, tmtnl local last week told Thurgood Marshall Philip J. Hlrschkop said be is State Correction Commissioner 4
p41ir 1i4". (vbvlouily IOMTI In tin fit* and ttxoxd primary) that "all of us who have
few rtauint ,. latin* thai lulurt .., .".rd.... JIMHvt !/. confident that "the abundant. Anthony S. Kuharichnad
it SEAFOOD CENTER cam rain, mow, $!..!, or A.."; worked wiry you these many errors allowed at the trial"In sought to have Miss Jackson -
''' find A. /untrman out with thtml.. years in the fight for equality Lynchburg/s Corporationcourt come for the event, but it
Far iKtir rnranfinf and winning .//erf. M* cmndiJaUi lulti are heartened by your appointment will result in reversal. was not certain until a few '
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to the Supreme Court.
A separeate appeal over the hours beforehand that she plan
The 500,000 member organization Jenlal of ball to Wansley Is ned to make the trto-ead even 4"-t
TWIN LOCAL rAVOttTIS-lUtlTlO AMOUNT in telegram to the former before the USSupremeCourt, then it was not assured The

WHITING ". . ,' NAACP counsel, said your elevation Hlrschkop charged that Corporation Inmates were not told she would
LARGE CROAKERS . .1. LB. OwC to the Courts Is a testimony Court Judge 0. Raymond come, and she entered th.. udI.
1'0 arils rres.y r.1l. to the Important and Cundiff made "an obvious torlum In the.middle of the
enduring attribution: to social
effort to help the prosecution" i program
FANCY:' LIVING Justice which you have made. and by refusing to delay"lbn- Miss Jackson told her audience
S 1 I'00 The JLC also wired President tencing until the defense could > of how she was able to
BIG JIM CRAB.DOZ. Johnson, saluting the appointment obtain a trial transcript bad overcome a poor background
SUIHU MOM DM INtiTchar "as an Important reaffirmation -, "purposefully cut off the de by developing>> her singing

dour Administra fendant's right to appeal" further 'talent,' and said that all people
KIT CAVOHT tion's commitment to equal in Corporation court. have gifts they can learn to
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WHdl ,TMIT UUT ..... ... s Wansley didn't appear to be use. Afterwards, she sang for
The message said that "all upset by the decision. "Don't ;nearly an hour .

American must surely take worry ,about it, baby," he said. Later, she visited Gov. Roger .
J SHRIMP Lt.1 pride" In the appointment. "Everything is going ,to be all 1 D. Branlgifl for a few minutes P
N1010M$1.00 neet..st.40 right. ;in his Statehouse office He said
i bUT y.s. SAVINGS BCTC6.WERE Now 22 the accused Miss Jackson "a lot of fun"
was
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.'. .,I NN.. a.er, YN.ML' 69' YOJ toHC CR has been In Jan since his arrest -, i and "a very interesting and
I), FLOUNDER-LARGE-. .. II U. AVe. ll.LAA WHEHEYQq.BANK. In 1962,. when he was IS, :attractive person." '

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MOON OVER MIAMl Kbs Per A Qaecn.' FAMU Announce .MIAMI. Tvts,

Scholarships To Mr. Julius C. Jones, a trade He. Sammie
MIAMI BEACH, Vacation seekers who must watch their Instructor for the Dade County the United
budgets can have a real holiday in Miami Beach at less cost High School Graduate Public Schools, of SS2S Florida killed in line of
than almost any place in the world. ;I Ave., Coconut Grove, Friday Before entering
This .is true despite, or perhaps because of, the vast facilities June 9th. He is survrived by Holmes lived at
here to lodge, teed and entertain visitors. 1 TALLAHASSEE, Fla.,.- Dr. his widow, Mrs Lillian Jones; Street. Funeral
It Is true that a room for two in one of the larger, luxury y i'M George W. Con Jr.,presidentof a sister, Mrs. Nancy' Rawls; are incomplete.
hotels may cost from $15 to $20 a day, that meals la the v A Florida A&U University two brothers Jesse and Robert
finest restaurants are not economical, and that night club '* announced the awarding of 'Jones. Funeral services wefe ...
tabs can, as elsewhere, get a bit out of hand U one Is In a spending Florida AIM University Pre- ,conducted, June 17th at 10:00 i
mood.It sldenttal Scholarships! of$2,500to ;a.m., in the St. Agnes Episcopal Mr. Morse ear
.is Just as true that comfortable, air-conditioned: rooms 32 high school graduates in' Church.Mr. 17th Avenue, .
with pool or beach only steps away, can be obtained for less Florida. eral
than $10 a day, double; others, a few blocks from the beach, Tie FAMU president said that acne plete.
for less. Many restaurants and cafeterias: feature moderate l be scholarships are awarded to Mr. Richard H.
1', prices, while a night club tour by sightseeing bus providestwo students who have exemplifiedeicellence Leroy Garard of 2265 N.W. 60th
1, to three floorshows for about ill the evening. In scholarship. The .N.W. list Street passed away vived by a
Families can obtain completely furnished apartments at recipient must be a United on Monday, June 12th at Jackson nelia Avery .
"! rentals beginning less than $100 a month during summer, &T-; States citizens, must exhibit Memorial Hospital. He is Funeral .. : hau
t thereby saving on both lodging and meals. Children can en.'' positive character growth,capable survived by his wife, Mrs. ,ted on
.!l Joy sightseeing, fishing and swimming along with their parents of prusulng a regular col Leona Garard; three daughters, lia the Range
.. also have supervised play In municipal parb.I' loge corse at Florida A&U that Margaret, Carolyn and Elln- ChapeL
Aside from the beaches, Miami Beach vacationers have a leads to a degree, and must berth three sons, Leroy, Jr.,
w things to see and do, and many more at a maintain at least a"B"average David and Barry; a mother, ....
fly free ;each quarter In order to have Mrs. Nora Walton;a step-father

The family automobile will be very useful for sightseeing this scholarship renewed each Mr. Louis Walton; a cousin, Mrs. Catherine ,
although bus and boat tours are available. Free attractions quarter. Students who fail to Cress Walker Funeral arrangements N.W,13th Street ;
Include the county too, the Miami Beach Garden Center,* + r \ maintain a "B"averagewlllnot are Incomplete Is survived by ; J[
Fair child Garden and Hlaleah race track with its flamingo : I i,1 be eligible to continue this cho- George Johnson
colony A drive through the area's fruit growing district, : larshlp but will be given other cane Cynthia Johnson;
20 miles southward on the mainland, is especially rewarding financial aid if funds are avail erick Johnson. ::
in summer when the mangos are ripening, along with other Mr. James Tbompkins of 1825 rangements are '
tropical fruits. L N.W. 89th Terrace is survived
Courts rent at the two Miami Beach tennis centers for .,.. able.Beach by an aunt, Mrs. Llllie ...
25 cents an hour per person, while summer greens fees i Brook. There were no local
at the city's two 18-hole golf courses are but $3, half that services. Mrs. Mary 1.. I
for the par-three short course. Sunday evening pops concerts I -.... N.W. 62nd I
In the municipal auditorium cost as little u$1.50. Admission r, ShortMIAMI vived by her I
to the city-operated Bass Buseum of Art is 50 Preston; two I
cents. Mrs. Cora Allen of 2047 N.W. Wilson and i
Fishing costs can be held to almost nothing through the BEACH Although j 69th Terrace: Jackson Memorial 'grandchildren; ,
free use "of catwalks on bridges and the municipal fishing tots! production honors must I j Hospital. She is survived grandchildren; '
pier.; Greater opportunity for sport Is obtained through the go to states like Iowa Florida by two daughters, Cora Willie and
rental of an outboard boat for about $15 a day. These can is 'a substantial producer of : Lee Coley and Jessie Rosier; Funeral i
be used quite safely in the protected waters of Blscayne corn. On the mainland In the five grandchildren; seven ducted on June utut
Bay, where game includes bonefish, permit, snook and spotted southern part of the state westof brothers and one sister Funeral "Macedonia
weakflsh. Miami Beach field produce services were conducted
Vacationers also are welcomed at Miami Beach's four community : tow crops of roastlngears June 17th In the New Hope Bap .

centers, where there are dally and evening programsthat --. 6 year. tint Church. Mr. James

include cards, checkers, square and ballroom dancing NASSAU, Roohtl.-RUabttb Knowles, crowned' Mlis .....a lieu receives a Uss ease ...... H.W.lOth
and other entertainment. Much of this is free, although thereSa
a 25-cent charge for from Sandra Jarrett, Miss Bahamas 1966. With tears of Joy filling her dark brown eyes, HospitaL
smoe.
Elizabeth was chosen over eight other beauties in the Bahamas Beauty Pageant. The crowning Traffic at International airport Mr. Barrel Williams of 16310 b
marked the end of Sandra's one-year reign. H.W.I9th Avenue Rl.June 10th.
serving Miami Beach, Is APT. FaR
Your professional beautician 1 so heavy a third satellite alr- He is survived by his widow, ATQO
knows the answer.. port Is being sought probablywill Mrs. Mary Ann Williams; a Furn. :
AMONG THE STARS AMERICAN BROTHERS be constructed 80 or 40 .mother Mrs. Essie Walker Private ,
rM ,I l' miles west*'will be used for 1 I I f'uncral services were conducted children, no ..
There
13,000 Religious
: .4 WITH LEE IVORY' .: J* are '."' training'-flights1 probably' on June 15th in the Range couple ,
r Brothers In the U.S.: Catholic CJ
the
Can: ,* it 1 vllle '
your hair be damaged ), Funeral Home
Chapel.
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Digest! itate freight planes.EARNING. ..... and bus stop !

from brushing alone? With the Yardley Lavender frgrance of lovely model Jean A'r
Shrlmpton still hung in my sensuous brain, I checked into the to0 0"b I
Sahara Motor Hotel in Cleveland last weekend. *
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural "Shrimp" and I shared a United A.1rl1De.l11ght from Chicago and LEARNING
'elements. Certain greasy compounds. and many chemicals, Improperly and, u tar u I was concerned, we were the only ones on the
used, also take their toll... not to mention simple attempts darned plane. With little trouble at all, I think I could have
'; at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of kept the aircraft airborne Just by flapping the wings on my Boys & Girls Can
I natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and heart a few more revolutions per minute I Wake Mona
: dull looking hair. And the Miracles, who were appearing at Leis Casino, didn't
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles meet me at Hopkins airport like they said they would.
x actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair They were on the golf course practicing for a big-money Hundreds of Florida Star NewsboysAre
that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians match with the Four Tops

5 claim that nothing beats Clalrol condition Beauty Pack Treat- And it was two d clock in the mornlngjl EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Weekly :. I. ,.. 'of,
3 ment for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. Warren "Pete" Moore was carrying a flashlight while ; 'I' yr '
leaving hair lively and easy to manage. condition Is an easy-to- Bobby Rogers acted u caddy for Ronnii Miracle and Smokey And LEARNING to do business.
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical Miracle. The golf course looked like a weU-bombed battle
\ straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been field and the damage to the green cost the Mighty, Mighty
previously relaxed condition ,is the ultimate in repairing deep. Miracles something like $400. YOUNGSTERSI If ar.e smart and
down damage. And, when time Is a factor for,their customers, On the way in from the golf course, the Miracles Four asked you :
hairdressers turn to new Clalrol Hair Dew-the lotion condi., me to tell everybody who golfs that they're ready for, 'em. .
i tioner that penetrates so fast many think of it as an Instant "All we want," said Smokey Miracle, "Is a six-stroke want to earn your own
conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairo, handicap" money
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives glowing new look to' Ronnie Miracle added: "And they have to tie one band behind this
is the
your halt that many friends will notice and admire. their back." 0 way to do it.; I
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles.. Bobby husband of lead singer Wanda Marvelette, told me
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other about this new "thing" for entertainers. A color antenna. PARENTS! Your child
causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be revitalized "Whaf thatI/ sure can ask some stupid questions lie may not
periodically. Visit your professional beautician/ and ask was carrying a box labeled "Color Antenna.
this expert to check the condition of your hair. "This," be replied, "is. a color antenna. ,
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. Okay.. need' money,, ,but the training; gained
.o I.ItvII"!=.1M7 MurtMy Of Clilrol I 'Inc. *TMCARTER'S "What does It do/" I thought maybe it might color antennaor ,

..,.. something."It '
o makes any television give out color pictures." as a newsboy will help him to ;be.successful .I
Okay...
"You mean that U you book it up to a black and white TVaetL1ou'n
RECORD CENTER.. television/"' Pm stupid.
get color-picture in later life. of themost
Many
"That's right," be sail "It's Just the thing for these, .

ARE YOU A MUSIC LOVER? In hotels color.where" we never get to watch our favorite programs

Dray.. successful,,"men were, Newsboys.Start .
Then want the latest In
yon "Who manufactures 'emI/ never learn.
Gopel and Rythm if Blues for "Berry Gordy Jr." .
Lou low! low prices. Twenty-six "You mean Motown Record Corporation is now In the color A Route 'Anywhere
lid ((26) Great Selections for,only antenna business/" ,'
$U5. This month's Gospel'I eab. We all own stock in this new thing and we're going ,;5 -V '-' .
I 1 Special: Rev. James Cleveland, to mass produce 'em u soon u we get a patent You Live In Florida : I tuil
"tit Com Along War', The Smokey Miracle and "Pete" Miracle nodded agreement :, g
Caravans, "Remember Me", "We've also perfected the phonograph antenna too," said ,f a j0'"
Dorothy Norwood, "Old Udfs big, fat, lying Bobby Miracle. "This Is the thing yon attachto :'
: '
House", Shirley Caesar,"Don't your stereo set and yon get live performances by the Will Pit Yu li Bisluss ,;. ,
Be Ara1d", Five Blind Boys artist who's singing on the record." !' ;:, .
S.W. Michigan State Choir and Here I go again "You mean that with the phonograph antenna :.
'otters you'll have a live performance each time yon play a FJLL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY.:
Rythra n' Blues Special, Aretha Franklin, "Respect, Baby record/"' '
FLORIDA STAR: $018 M.W"'ltb Ave., Miami, Florida, ,: J:,
Baby, "I Never Loved A Mao" and others. Cbuck'Jackson, "That's what I mean," he said. ', 'f.I ; '
Maxine Brown, "Bold On I'm Coming," "Something You That did ill Pve known Bobby Miracle: for 64 years, and
Got", "Daddy's Home", I Need You So." hour been lying for 60. He didn't start talking: until he was --...................................-......-....-. .
four I INobody FIRST NAME LAST NAME "
Carter's Record Center In his right mind Is going to believe this phonograph 't ,
759 N.W. Mtb Street antennal
Miami, Florida, 13127 Okay..j5uppose you had one of those things on'your set and
"- yon were playing Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite" featuring /,;
r'lU the Boston Pops Orchestra with Arthur Fiedler conducting. -..--...-......-.-.....................--.-...: '
i ( Where would they an sit la your living room? ADDRESS, STREET A NUMBER PHONE NO.1 ,
I I don't even have a living room I ,
I STREET- Then, too, where would the "Firebird" fly In my crowded, r
messy, dingy ghetto hotel room? iSend my thud 20 copies of the Florida Star on
CITY STATE-: I And we all know that many white people would never come'into ,'cr6Ut" to start him in business. I will pay the "''
I Gospel Sects CAA ((1 rill pay postman our neighborhoods after dark. The entire string section Furida Star 11? for each copy be sells. Those
Rythm tf Blues on delivery, plus postage I would be missing. And one of the bassists might be a that are not sold, I win return and win not be'
I C.OJ Charges I I IL ,Mgotl required to pay for unsold copies. A
Does this mean that we would have to clay only "sod
We'll orders 4 I brothers" after six! p.m.? '
pay postage on accompanied by :
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cash, check a_mOnej! _Order._ i What would happen if two people owned this phonograph/ .N..NNNNN..N. 1.j
_... antenna. and they both decided. to listen to Lou Rawls' "Livealbum. I 1 SIGNATURE: OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN 1.

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Centipedes No. I Bowling Crsmb Signs Astros Rookie Game Of The Week i


I. League Receive TrophyPresident ,With Kentucky Fires No-Hittor Tie league-leading Chicago Spotlight Sports

White Son, the speediest teamin
Don Wilson,
: HOUSTON -
James Key of the teams, 5th through 12 places. Car, Wysse Mitchell DotXbhn- ST.; PETf: RSBlR6- Multitalented right-hander of the the American League, and ,
rookie i
Sigiersports Bowling League For this reason, the president son and Willie Pollard, who Elbert Crumb will play sros. pitched the the Minnesota Twins, strong on
has announced the presentation and the committee requested led the league most of the 38 football and basketball for Kentucky Houston National League no-hitter offense and pitching meet in .
that all membersbe into State College in Frankfort -* first a "Major League Baseball"game by Charles J. hvingston
of trophies was held last Sun- Supersports weeks of bowling, fell a against the Atlanta
in two years international
It,. to be colorcast negro press
day at Sherwood Lanes, concluding in attendance. slump the last month, settle Globe High nationally
activity of the league At the conclusion of the presentation for third place.Panthers a graduate of Sipping Us first bap- be the NBC Television Network
AllStatein from hard acts
Jhe'hard; like the
be was facts of the are
school where fight game
of trophies, the or- Captain Frank said."it Saturday June 24, starting at
of competition Wilson
after a season and a in to
champagne
Trying
flanker tim with reallsttely.
be reckoned
football as a of life they must
;
2.1S
Mrs'Louise Nealy, chairman sanitation of the summer league Chapman, Johnny Brown Dot selected the got to be the greatest approximately p.m. sport from which
boxing into
guard remake overnight a gentleman
of the Trophy Committee,stated was completed.The Wright and If.C. Johnson, also basketball UstclschoIarlb.ps hasIn life." Facing $0 Cart Gowdy, Sandy Koufax and to the
my ambassadors
from a long to recruit choir or gentlemen
Thorobreds boys
ended with Pee Wee Reese will be the NBC-
winter
for the title
season
most beautiful a league pacer Wilson burled
"we chose the included batters to
that -
feelers Atlanta like to automatically
Court of King James is trying
TV commentators for the ,
Louise Nealy national -
trophies in Jacksonville;we felt the Centipedes, finished fourth after slipping, Schools Iowa Houston Astros to a 2-0
Big Ten the Christianize Islams or vice versa.
Levertlse Mealy Lucille colorcast from Mlnne-t/
,
captain
deserved the best ; badly.
the after bowlers such a bard-foughtseasoo. Grant, Emery Handy, Last year's champs, the VikIngs and ..Minnesota.. He originally victory.foct8 right-hander, sola's Metropolitan Stadium This brings us to the point at issue. That is., whether the ring:
muhammad All) Clay's heavyweight '
College lords can really pull Casslns (
la a ddltton to the first, 4th emerging as champions.Gators never were la the race, planned to attend Parsons entered the game with aWILSON'S which will immediately follow
who in the U$. Army even
but title for his refusal to serve ,
placed teams and the Individual Captain James Steeley, Easter finishing A disappointing fifth In Fairfield, Iowa, "The Sandy Koufax Show" at.'.
awards there were also token Howard, Pearl Blacksbear, place. rtanged his mind when the 2 p.m. NYT. amid his pleas for exemption as a conscientious objector?
Lewis Jackson The white Sox uur manager Apart from the sanctions which might be brought against
awards for the remaining runnersup.Dragons Coot: page 10 .,.> ,
OD b ,: and him-even by those hyprocrttlcaUy espousing our beloved
Captain Shirley Me j..f.- :O" Eddie Stanky, hare run ,
; i a_ ',1. pitched their way to the top American Way of L1fe-I submit that the ring chiefs really
With insurance. ,: of the league standings. Jim cannot take away Clays title.
O'Toole, Tommy John, Gary They can withdraw recognition of him, yes, but they cannot
it's having available policy ( ;rI T:? Peters, Joe Horlen, John. Busbardt erase from the minds of sports public and boxing fans in
every .. :\!' Bob Locker and Hoyt particular, the fact that Clay, or All, must remain the right-

then picking the one 0-. ....... "t Wilhelm satisfy Chicago's pitching ful champion until be is beaten in the ring retires, or dies.
: ". ., ', needs while Tom McCraw, No matter how laduatory the reasons of how rillanous the
that suits client best.W .h Don Buford, Tommy Agee and victim, you Just can't ab away a man's title with a single
your 'i ,.: Walt "No-Neck" Williams sup- stroke of the pen. Neither can any tournament that excludes
:ll( ply the base-path thrills the real champion achieve the same objective.
\!. i., '" : The Minnesota Club, under Clay is the heavyweight champion of the world who won his
WWith gins..it's what : newly-named manager Cal crown in combat in the ring, and he'll remain the champ
until either of the three conditions mentioned earlier defeat -
Ermer is led by pitching ace
,
suits your taste best. I pickedGordon's Dean Chance, slugging first retirement or death prevails. This, plain and simple,
baseman Harmon lCWebrew and Is one of the very hard facts of the boxing game, and the
I find it smoother, second base rookie star Rod fight fans are the first to recognise it. In fact, they'll tell you

.IJ: Carew. Carew and inflelder Cesar -
drier, and a great mixer. .. Tovar are among the lea- so.Admittedly, Clay's troubles started l.ause. of Ills attitude.
t NO-HITTER gue's top>> ten batters and Kille- To put it another way, be began getting into hot water early
Sanders Stone. President of Sanders Stone Inc.is among the ten top Insurance brew is among the runs-batted in his professional fight career because 'M refused to toe the
First in NL In 2 Years
salesmen in the country. Active In community housing he was Ohio I t 'in top five.ClaY's line and dared to be different
representative to the test Senior Citizen Conference in Washington.O C. ,.S record and a so-so earnedrun You see, there seems to be an attitude that has grown up

'q average of 3.38, struck around boxing in past years which virtually dictates that a
out 15 and walked three. He. Biggest Bout ? colored fist fighter, in order to gain universal aceptance
'-retired the first U batters before In this beloved land of ours, must be meek and humble and.
walking Denis Menke In the HOUSTON -Muhammad All, virtually as faultless In Ms benavloi Just like a maiden.
} 'i fifth Jim Wynn doubled home began the biggest fight of his Yet, the same exacting standards J deportment are not
.1' .. # s M1 4 the only run Wilson needed.in life last Monday He went on demanded of causcaslan boxers.
the fouth inning and scored on trial in federal court chargedwith When it comes to the heavyweight championship, the powers
Ed Uathews1 forceoutgrounder. vlolatngtheuniversalMll- that be carry this attitude even farther: They require every
ityary TrafningandServlceAct. Negro who wins the title to be a "nice, obedient, colored
The no-hitter, the third in the Attorneys settled on an all- champion."
r.- Astros' six-year history, was white Jury of six men and six That is why they castigated the late Jack Johnson for intermarrying -
tAy the first in the National League women. and that is why they are now belabouring Clay
since Sandy Koufai former pit- Clay, who has won 29 straight f r Ms bragging, conversion to Muslimism, and insistence on
""I ching ace for Los Angles fired fights including 23 by knockouts be..,a conscientious objector.Yet .
a perfect game against the Chicago was stripped of his heavyweightcrown no one can prove that the conduct of every white fighter
Cubs on Sept. 9, 1965. by domestic groups mo- has been above reproach. But they got away with It while the
.
Wilson, born In Monroe, La., ments after be refused to take colored flrghter or champion must toe the line. .
f, on Lincoln's Birthday,1945,now the oath as a draftee last April 1 am submitting no brief either for or against Clay's objection
lives in Compton Calif. He was 28. Ten days later he was Indicted to the draft. The object here is merely to point out
signed by the Astroes as a free' by federal grand Jury. some of the harsh facts surrounding fist fighting and the on-
agent in 1964 and ptiched one He ntered a plea Innocent realism of believing that Clay could really be dethroned at
game for Houston at the tall- and was released on $5,000 the whim of nonboxers.As ,
GORD08'S s sDl end of last season after workIng bond. I said, I am passing no Judgment Although if I were
,1, most of the year in the Texas It was not until 3:40 p.m. that in Clay's place I would want to serve my country. But Clay
League were he was named Clay entered the courtroom. Is Clay, with a definite mind of his own and the right to makeit
iuB pitcher of the year. Judge Joe Ingraham introducedthe up.
Losoonkfratitrr case as "The U.s. Govern- What I would like to convey to the ring lords and those
ment vs. Casslus Marcellus boxing or sports fans so inclined is that they should stop
.,.
Clay Jr." and red the brief demanding Negro athletes-.boxers or otherwise-that they
Cordon Cm,cntttd m London, England In 1769If -B- t.. Hot Weather-.. _____m
behave more exactingly correct than their white counter-
a.the biggest M ev m Ingtwd America and the world.ra
UCIOFIS.llIOIMUTIIM.tnMTIDIITiauniOMaMMMMOOFCOIIlo4tDliyGI. CO,UO.UhOtNNJ. Hazards.ToHealth I parts.
d
Times have changed and the sooner we recognize that the
better it win be for everyone. Colored "Soul Brothers" and
NowWinter "Sisters" are "All up in Heah" in demanding equality and

Justice.
AK for the tournament which is to be conducted to allegedly

it commonly the time select Clays successor as champion, I can think of nothing
for colds and flu and tnttm but more ridiculous.
ATTENTION JAXONS there are tome diseases and acd Most of the so-called contenders were already beaten by
dents that do their wont In hot e.. Clay, yet if either of these should win, the laughable World
weather. Boxing Association would recognize him as the new champion.
The American' Medical Asso Would boxing fans? Certainly not, for they know better. You
". datlon points out that tome of can't fool 'em like that.
them are obvious. Sun strokes and Whether to is cursed blackballed
Jailed, maligned, or Clay,
heat strokes are more likely to In the minds of sport fans, will remain the heavyweight
occur In July and August than in ", champion of the world.
The Florida Star Will Publish January Too much exposure and r By
\ too much exerdie In the hot nun You Just can't get around tiI!

may produce fan atroke Pro-
longed excessive heal, either In
I of doort, heat
lor out can cause
';:. ..... stroke. The symptoms are the Indictment that was returned YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CAMPAIGN 1967
Your same and In either use it It Important 10 days after Clay refused to
;I''Ir. "'. to keep the victim cool accept induction April 28. The
and call a physician at once Heat
asked If
I Judge then anyone
I Ir. .
It ",prostration alto U caused by getting knew Clay personally. As Clay.
Church Hews Club Hews overheated but Instead of de.
1 veloplng a high fever the victim stood facing the Jury panel, his
become cold and clammy. Prompt New York City attorney, Hayden -
; 'medical attention and keeping the Covlngton, said. "11 you
patient at warm at pouible are please your honor, he is also
;F Social Holes Wedding Announcements. important. known by his Muslim name,
Sunburn hat hospitalized Muhammad All." No one'

many a vacationer Everyone responded. a
thould know that gradual expoiure Ingraham then asked if any of HELP

T f :" FREE OF CHARGE to minute the .un.a day beginning it the recommended with a few the Jurors had any religious .
J beliefs that might cause themto
coune' But many of ut forget to
lean one way or another. ? "'"
watch the dock and to take precaution THEM
against sunburn In the Again there was no response.The ,
,'excitement of the first day at camp questioning was suddenly
We'll Publish Your pictures ,"or at the seashore changed after the defense began -
'S The bacteria that cause dlar asking the 12 prospects who HELP
'. rhea multiply much faster in lukewarm had relatives in the ArmedSer-
l ( Except Color Photos ) foods, and It'. important to vlces. Quinnan Hodges, a Houston -
keep cold foods In refrigeration attorney, also representingClay .s,
and to keep hot foods hot. asked Earl Ashley of THEMSELVES
*
ls fine exercise and
Swimming :
Houston, who has a son in the
also b for off
good cooling on a
Air Force and nephew in Viet-
hot day. Those with sinus or ear .;
trouble thould be careful about nam, if this would Influence him "
'. ;.' Do You Want A Photographer To Cover swimming Swimmers thould make in anyway. "I don't think so," .
certain that the water la safe from Ashley said
I pollution A clear mountain stream this makes me think there
may look attractive It also may be might be some doubt Mr. / &
loaded with germs And there still Ashley," Hodges said."Is there
are cases of typhoid and dysentery any doubt -Well I think he'.

'- Teas Banquets Weddings Social Events? from....drinking untreated water. guilty myself," Ashley said.
1' : d Judge Ingraham asked Asheley
r to return to his seat. After a
t. short conference with thepart1cfpat1nc

/ Call 354-6782 attorneys, Ingra-
I bam said to the prospective

Jurors, "There was a statement WORK WANTEDI'!

... made by Juror No. 1L. ,

: DEADLINE FOR HEWS: TUESDAY 4. P. M. you not. may 1 ask haw if anyone heard was or may Influenced YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN, 16 to 21

Campers can disinfect water by and if so please rise." years of age, want summer fobs. Short '
boiling or by commercial disinfectant Again there was no response.
Bring Hews To Mail News To: tablet Both defense and prosecution on experiencelong on deiir. Wilting
:
there bone brief If is
If are or cows predict a trial. Clay and eager to tackle any talk want.
around, there I* likely to be tetan found guilty the penalty wouldbe you
:.% Florida Start Florida Star us. Tetanus (lockjaw) lvery seri !five years in prison and a done. ,... ..work. to begin careers or to
otia. It can be prevented by Injections $10,000 fiDe.Ernie earn money for school next fall. Proven .
I of tetanus toxold If your .
i 't. family hasn't had tetanus boosters success for almost 200 years in building

." ." 2323 Moncrief Rd. P.O. Box 599 recently to the get country.your shot before goIng Terrell Mix America's future. e References ..

FLet roaches, mosquitoes and Work While Playing President of the United States, Vice

, Cor. 13th Street. Jacksonville '1 Flu. 32201 month ticks are Insecticide troublesome and In the screens hot ALBANY, N.Y. Ernie President, Secretaries of Commerce.and I
: ,
I usually can keep them under controL Terrell, one of the leading Labor, U.S. employers. To hire, call your
\ 1 In tick c- tc la essential tenders for the World Boxing local state public employment service t
to make a dote examination alter
,, IOC1at1on's heavyweight '
disrobing to remove all ticks office today. I
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Daytona To Host Southern Prepares Cincinnati Reds' Scouts Sports Parade ..

'JI -<
I" For ,67 Grid Season

Two: Nascar RacesDAYTONA BATON ROUGE,U.-- ... w by negro press International

Now that track and field Is Just

BEACHThe about settled for '67-witt the I \ NETS $1,350CRm

Firecracker 400 has always have a try for both prices. Jaguars winning an unprecedented "= BLANC, Mfchw ( -flard-drlvlncaarltoSifford, ;

an unlucky race for Paul Peter Revson of New York, third straight NAIL .' .. l": '*" erf Los Angeles pocketed $ ,350 for finishing in a sixth place ;
been but the Munster young, wealthy bachelor who is championship roar of the .t.. ., f.,. '" .": tie with seferal other players, after shooting rounds, of
Goldsmith will, be in the starting, on the graded driver list of football Jaguar, which has been ,.::. }' "I: ,( 'I tf. ..t """ 72-74-77-69 the $100,000 Buick Open Golf tournament last
star the 30 top competitors In the relatively faint Is suddenly >,htiil4: ;' .. > ;: week. in the classic
field when the rich event has i \- { ; Although netting over $1,000 woo by
at International world, will be on the starting growling with new found .j ,. ;: '; ',{ : careful Julius Borg Sitford-recognlsed; u the top Negro '
its ninth running Daytona !
Speedway on July grid when the Paul Revere 250 volume. "". t':#' ; "" )I' ,, (: golf pro- has yet to win a majar tournament this year
track-road race is run at Daytona The Jaguars' roar will be, : ;
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4. ', : : : ( :
In his two tries for the big International Speedway at beard through ragged 10-game i ; /\f : PROS WINCHICAGO
Firecracker 400 Gold midnight, July 3. schedule which gets off the iIr r ( -(NPI)-Fancy dribbling,adept passing,good shooting -

smith has run well purse with the Revson, whose family con- ground Sept. 16. against Texas ,,: ; tf.. ', > ," ; ", .', ',. """,.; ,' ... ,. and tight defense were the ingredients that speller victory -
\ w
trols the Revlon Southern in Baton! \ ) .
giant for the team
cosme- University I" 1" Chicago Mustangs professional soccer over
leaders until misfortune force ', : 'YV//
him back of the pit wall. Last tics firm, will drive a factory- Rouge. :' : : : the New York Skyllners in a fast-moring game at White Sox

Goldsmith was never backed Mercury Cougar, pre- Ever since the Southern annual r. i'i'"f" .. ,'" .' "' Park Sunday night. Actually it was Cagliari d Italy, the stand-
year, pared by Bud Moore. This is blue-gold spring game,the ; < 'f/ ,I ." in for Chicago in the UhltedSocctr Association,posting the 3-Z
sixth 100
worse than through the same car which Revson Jaguars have been in the buxs- \, :, ,It...... ',,,.: ., win over Cerro of Uruguay, for New York, and the Mustangs'
of the 160 laps, but had to retire -
the lltth with drove to victory in the SCAA- circles and the heir-apparent first victory in the -team competition was began last May
lap
a
broken on windshield.A Trans American champion- to the national championship Farm Director James M. Mclaughlin! held a meeting for the Cincinnati Reds' Scouts and 28.

former national motorcyle ship race at Lime Rock, Conn. worn by Tennessee State and Manager In Cincinnati The Scouts and Managers present at the meeting are shown avove.

champion Goldsmith will drivea on May 30 to give Mercury the a ruler and keeper of theSWAC (Bottom row, left to right): Jack Cassinl, Al Zarllia, Dale McReynolds, Tony Robello Bill CLOWNS FVNFESTCHICAcoNP1)The

Ray Nichels, Plymouth la his lead over Chevrolet and FordIn title they:won last year. Lajole and Gus Lombardo. (Middle row, left to right): John "Red">av1s, RonSqulre. Dick Indianapolis Clowns, the famous base

battle for the major share of the the Trans-Am series. Main causes d the big noises Cernert, Ripplemeyer (now a coach with the San Diego Club), Gene Bennett, Jim Drips ball magicians known as the "Naptl" clowns to sports hippies,
Firecracker's more than The Paul Revere 250, which in favor of the Jaguars are the Ralph "Bute" Boyle, Bob Thurman, CUff Polling and Terry Boyle. (Top row, left to right): will bring their foulest to White Sox Park, June 23, when they
in awards will be run over Speedway's quarterback duet of Joe Harry Steinrlede, Jack Vilely, Jack O'Reilly. Ned Carver, Bill Freese, Merrill "Pinky" take on the Baltimore Stars in their menth annual appearance
$66,0000 posted 3.81 mile International circuit, Williams and Willie (Picayune) May and Vince DeBenedetto. Winners u well u baseball entertainers, with 91 wins in 134
The field is limited to the 40
fastest qualiflerswibtheapenlog Is for the same cars which race J-lmson, both excellent AH4j -, games last season, the Clowns' leading performers will be
In the Trans-American series, .trican prospects, and "Crazy Boy" Williams, Midget Billy Vaughn and a character
of set for Wilder's Summer
day qualifying
and most of them are expectedto auoJter twouome which is slatedto SPORTS IN BRIEF known as Birmingham Sam, at short.
July 1. The six fastest qualifiers -
compete. The cars are of be Just as devastatfngAllAmerican
on this day will each two classes-over 2 liters witha defensive end Alfred Program Bolstered PLAYER OF MONTH
run four laps (10 miles) on Cleveland Indian outfielder Landry was asked if there is
.
maximum of five, and under Beauchamp and solid All CiNC1NNATI4PQPittsburgh outfielder RobertoClemente
July 2 for a $1,000 bonus Leon Wagner was explaininghis anyone taster than his flankerback -
2 liters. The major competitionIn American candidate Richard JACKSONVILLE, Wilder Bob Hayel.According was named Player of the Month for May after hitting at a
All of NASCAR's top aces ewrly season batting slump ,
will compete in the Fire- the larger division Is among Neal. Park will work in conjunction In the current issue of SPORT toSPORT Magazine terrific clip of .400 while driving In 29 runs in 27 games
,cracker and quite a few of the Cougars, Mustangs, Cam- Southern; Gr' der. win get with Edward Water College this Magazine. Tom answered: He was selected by a poll of SO sports writers and broadcasters -
already aros, Darts and Barracudas, a little more of an acid test summer under the Health Education -, "Yes. San Francisco's pitching star Juan Marlchal was
Buckpasser.
them have filed official "I was in real trouble, says
with Porsche and Alfa-Romeo each weekend of the tough slate. and Welfare Program second in the polL
entries. These early Wagner "I developed a flawIn
dominant in the smaller classi Sept 23, it'. the Jaguars versus Ten students were assigned .....
entrants Include David Pearson th. hitch in swing.
current Grand National fication. Prairie View in a Houston(Tex.) by Mr. T. D. Dansby, Directorof my "ONE MAN SHOW"CHICAGOQIPICbfctgo'Cubs

champion, Sam McQuagg 1966 The Cougars and the other game, and this will match the Student Loans, Welfare and cer Phillies' ,sluggerJRichle Allen outfielder Adolfo Phillips
; "baby grand national" cars are Southern team against one of Placement at EWC. The personnel has was credited by Ernie Banks with putting on" a onemanshow"after
winner Bobby Allison former a three-year batting
; extremely swift, capable of the real threats in the SWAC assigned will assist he blasted four home runs and collected six hits in a
king of the modlfleds, and the Mickey Mantle has a lifetime average of .367 against left-
speeds of 170-180 miles per this season. Playground Director, Julius doubleheader Sunday at Wrigley Field. Phillips' bat splurge
father-son team of Buck and .341 batting righthand- handed pitchers .and only ,280'against
hour, and are handled by manyof Morris Brown college comesto Guinyard in carrying out a more average enabled the resurging Cubs to soutslgu the visiting New York
ed and !! rlghtanders
Buddy Baker a .283 as a lefty accordingto
average ,
the top drivers In the coun town Oct. 7 for an Intersectional l wholesome recreational, program Mets, 5-3 and 18-10.
The Firecracker is a full International according to an article in the an article in the current
with driver'ex- try.With clash with the Jaguars In the community. The current issue of the SPORT issue of SPORT Magazine
a midnight start,the Paul and Oct. 14, the Southern contingent program was approved by Miss
and draws
change mAC always a. Revere 250 should provide will hit the road again Emma Hlghtower, Supervisorof ,Magazine.However, the SPORT article MUSICSummer I
strong contingent.mAC' USE VACATION TO LEARN
spectacular racing, for the 3.81 in a return toSWACplay against Recreation.A .
Mick's left-
also that
A.J. the reveals
Foyt won race mile circuit is one of the most Jackson State College, In Jackson wide variety of activities vacation II prime time achievement. Achievement II the, ant, Hammond Organ t',mpany,
in 1964 and 1965 demanding in the world.It combines Miss.Southern's. have been planned for Wilder handed homerun rate, one in for launching junior on a musIcal key, according to expert from the' but It'. up to the parents to bring
The Firecracker is thesecondand 12.7 at bats is better ichool.
the
every Hammond Organ Company. If out the talent. "During
the hlgh-bankedSpeedway old grads will task this summer All City playgrounds bent.
major half of a Speedway than his homerun rate right- of the when there' one thing junior let lacks, yean, there are too many activities
the flat It'i :
proper and winding to the campus Oct. 21, when the will open at 9.00 ant a time year :
July 4th doubleheader. infield road. Jaguars take on strong Alcorn and close at 9:30 p.m. banded :one every 14.8 timesup. children are looking for new Gelds It'. patience. The organ U the perfect ',i vying for a youngiter1 attention these.
ck
Veteran Curtis Turner the since the call and they automatically p
was to It'i the perfect time for answer youngster
The Paul Revere carries post College in the annual homecoming Students assigned through this conquer '
first NASCAR star to enter both their actually be playing simple tunes they feel will be the mOlt fun
.ed awards of than parent to put offspring on I'
more tilt This will be an project were Robert Knight,Jr., I' *
races. He will drive a Jole earn the path to mutic. after just a few lewoni. |I' "The tecret U to Introduce the
.
J14.000. Important battle and one in Eddie Lee Rhodes William E.
Chitwood Camaro In the mid. It', important to select an Imtru- "Children have an inborn love, children to mutic when they have
night ride. Others are cure t? which Southern will be seeking Howard, Charles Malpress, ment that'i both fun and provides for music and rhythm," lay Mildred plenty of time. Once they tart ton'
revenge of sorts following a tie Beverly J. Amos, Juanita Gre- Dallas Cowboy coach Tom children with a_quick sense of.. Alexander, teaching coniult- play, if they find it easy and ..-
ball game last year. shan Joann Truett, Mae L. --;---- ---- "

\ It's the general belief that the Gaskin, Evelyn V. Wilson and "YOUR DOLLAR.
Watch la CrOk national championship will be Rosemary Williams
,lti 4 settled Oct. 28 when Tennessee Tennis classes are conducted '
This Clown State and Eldridge Dickey Invade also. Children' classes BUYS MORE

VI Baton Rouge for a show-. are scheduled for Tuesday and /
89 55 39 _I down with the Jaguars. Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 l I
And in the only neutral site p.m. Adult classes are scheduled AJ YOUR BANNER I 0 l,

64-100-19 game of the season, Southern for Monday, Wednesday,

is slated to collide with a vastly and Friday nights 8:00ty9.30 OOD
8Sometimes 3 improved Wiley' College p.m. All persons must furnish ( STORE""YOUR

.. ,The Bs.iGioomeiTMenUse sqai, NOV;"1"10'SBreteporfs their Jiwn tennU ftek tiballs : _
Fairgrounds Stadium. will be furnished by the department HOME TOWN GROCER" QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY
: 1MURRAY'SSuperior The final two games will be Instructors J. w

1 Halt Pomade played on the road and irs Gulnyard and P. Moman.
anybody's which will be
31 5& 40 the toughest guess Southern Invades .Elected Dilipte DIXIE CRYSTAL CHASE I SANBORNCOFFEE ,

Tallahassee (Fla.) Nov. IL for

21-118-21 an Important Florida AAM BAL11MORE,'W4. Mrs.

He's Sometime* game, and on Nov. 18-tin season's ,Juana Jackson Mitchell president SUGAR 5 29
Up,
closer for the Jaguars of the Maryland State
He's Down, He AddsSubtracts I the head-on clash with Gramb- Conference of NAACP : "PLEASE Will 15.00
all around LIMIT ORE
He works it '
at The Negroes
llng Grambllng. Tigers, Branches, is one of seven -
52-98-12 smarting from the humiliating elected delegates to the WITH $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER OR IDlE FOOP DRIER

defeat last year, can be expected ,90-day Maryland State Constitutional

COMING ATTRACTIONS to fire their host potent salvo 1 Convention openingin 48'Y

of the season. September in Annapolis BANNERMAYONNAISE' 1 LB. CAN

82-20-391

Learning How To Swim '

MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED ,SIS lONG RUINRICE
-
LEARNING HOW TO SWIM

The fifth in a series of articles on "Learning How to Swim"by I

opertlon NOD deals with the combined strokes d the LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
'Man's Days are Numbered." Kinky, Stubborn Hair arms and legs; known as the beginners stroke or the human

.Health and Fortune Can Be Respond"As If By Magic"Now stroke 39tSiiiEORTENING

Yours When You. Know Your .hi.. ,llt. confldMicc In the combined stroke, several items need attention. First. ,
yaw nil r
of all stroke is basically described as a two stroke
Lucky Days your:- you to- beginners LIMIT ONE PLEASE OQA
HAIR DRESSIPOPOMADB Hi DMMoralni with arms recovering tinder water.
Lucky Colors, etc.Send No mater If you ..tir It lone Are you ready to demonstrate the basic swimming skillsof
$2.00 for your and Ml'UKAY' slick or don chat H for Mot cool Contain comfort 110 the prvlous lesson First line up with your back against the 3 LB.1AG&Uyt

Horoscope Guide for .Ikaloa M.K...or..,..bank h-rluatt, .11 JUNE 'Ymllnnd 1 MUR now bend your knee and submerge your body up to the shoulders.
RA Y'S S.Per..r As you lean forward l hold your hands together bring your t

,Fill in 'the blank below and INO HAIR POMADE DRESS- i other foot up against the wall and push off with both feet In PREMIUM
toll to ZODIAC, Post Office oa tirarlu MI* comMttocounur ., your "unaiO a prone glide postion. Now begin the up and down beat of the

Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. If your NURRA 'S feet and the pull of the arms.
.dealer.... doll not Cado Remember in the the strokes are a little crude
dog-paddle
Murray MORE FOOD ORDER CHUCK!( ROASTLB.
NAME get"1I. k M'" : WII .....''AL I"I but you will make progress through the water. The knees LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITI $5.00 OR

STREET == or tend only II. end we oil. ),mid should bend a little more than in the progressive flutter 3 IB. tAN39T"DOLLAR
2 I Hilt Pomade -l p.dMUII1T
DATE OF BIRTH.Mo.----- lantin.I IBftIIM PRODUCTS p COMriNT kick. The arms slide straight through the water palms down, 450'
Da; site torMU M. ('''",1. Kiel. 4IJM then press downward until the arm is vertical, then the other .

arm goes through the same scycle.On ,
recovering the arms the only put of the arm to break SPECIALS"TROPI.CIL.lO

the surface should be the elbow..Don't forget your rhythmic
breathing u yon swim. Be sure to keep the body straightand S
IMPORTANT AUTO INSURANCE NOTICE TO streamlined while swimming and don't try to hold your COLD POWER

ALL FLORIDA CAR OWNERS AND DRIVERSThe bead up too high. Bringing the bead up too high will lower

the body and make it difficult to swim. You must relax in CALORIE
recent bankruptcy of a Florida Insurance Company order to carry out the required maneuvers. DETERGE

has left many motorists without Insurance coverage. The Remember as yon swim yon should bring in all d your ORANGE DRINK 3 690

State of Florida Financial Responsibility Law states in part; basic skills that were taught in previous lessons. Remember CAL. FIR GIANT
FAILURE TO CARRY AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE as you swim you should bring in an of your basic skills
MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE that were taught in the previous lessons.
AND MOTOR VEHICLE'REGISTRATIONS! FOR A PERIOD OF This ends the series of articles on "Learning HOT To Swim" UMIIUII

THREE YEARS." by operation NOD. The program is under the direction of FRESI GROUND LEAN .
To assist all persons subject to the provision of this! la. William H. Sbearln, Safety Services Director of the Doval EVAPORATED MILK 6 M 35

ROBERT TRAVIS ASSOCIATES hare made arrangements County American Red Cross and Miss Fin firman. Safety CANS
TIll sot
issue Services Chairman for the Pilot Club., BEEF
with. the FIRST AMERICAN INSURANCE COMAPNY. Jo 3 LB.
a NEW low cost 10/20/9 monthly auto policy payable monthly i The Beet series beginning next week will deal with arUflcal

with NO KTERESTTOR FINANCE CHARGES SR-22: filings respiration. These articles are written by Julius Guinyard, (UU SHUT tOUM
American Redcross Water Safety Instructor and Committeeman -
will be made free of charge.
Monthly premiums my from 17.50 per month accordingto of operation NOD. CREAM STYLE CORN' 5 WESTERN

the ages and driving records of all operators.To .
find out if you qualify for this NEW low cost quality Tenn.. State Severs 303 fiR

protection contact our nearest office today. An accident PORK LOINS
Ties With Lincoln
without Insurance could mean the loss of your license :iaitoo hJP. -The problem seem' HOUKIX (IUIIIOOMI!

ROBERT TRAVIS NASHVILLE-floward Gentry;' to have' developed as a result TISSUE '1 0 .
athletic director at Tennessee d a.controversial basketball 1I.59C
,
IOUS f g hNORTIERN TOE OR HALF
All stated, a letter was written game last season which was :
to UneolntlWversltyoletter- awarded to Lincoln 2-0 on a

t ASSOCIATES INC. son City, Mo. Informing them forfeit after Tennessee State's >
that athletics ties between tbe coach Harold Hunter pulled his
two schools bad been team off the court. WOODSMAN
la*. 8th Street Rood 10 Collier severed TOWELS
Bldg. 354-7897
for this '1967-61: school year, Gentry continued, "We regret
#
D6S Edgewood Avenue S. 349-9483
,rlll.69C
this has sre
After 32 years Lincoln University occurred and we
6483 Roosevelt Blvd. BACON
38-3583
and Tennessee Ail University now in the progress of reest -.: JUMBO ROILS 101,

broke off athletic re? .listing relationships. ,

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SA NGXEYNIRACIE TOO I HELP WANTED -FEMALE IELP WANTEDStudio J "CoigrailotioH- Extended"RECEFVWC World News

CAN COKE 10 YOU J I Girl Beauty Advisor. >>; r
Must
Mile Experience necessary.
Join this new Prosperity be 16 or over. Call: 76I-488J.
Movement! Write today lor free WORK AS REPORTER JUNIOR COPS
Information. An Individual C-" FEMALE HELP WANTED I whllljW
na.-
-You-GI1Y be energised, WILL TRAIN AS REPORTER TAMPA,
the poUce keep the peace afttt the
the to belp
between elected
YO\IDIlad,, ages helmets, have
magnetlwd and polarised to Apply FLORIDA STAR 232JMoocriefRo.Jax.
,
foDowlDr tile s1I1IDrcl. a Negro
of 21 and 35 to operate cleanIng several radal rioting
attract the flow of money. Pro FU.
councU has
The city
praIsed -
Must drive car. a white policeman.
suspect
agency. bug1arJ
human
perly being magnetized can summon any a Hooey Apply to person at 1836 W. 45th the youths for their role In helping to restore law and or-

Write for details about St, ask for Mr. Moran.
tUracle.
"ru shooting of Martin Cham-
the ;
Movement WANTED rioting was touched off by
HELP
mis new Prosperity
APT. hers. 19Tbe policeman, suspended pending investigation, was
FURN. FOR RENT
Write to
: _
OBADIAH'S SALES PEOPLEMen returned to duty when the verdict was handed down that**
Respectable couple. Christian shooting was "Justifiable homicide.
MONEY MAGNET and women, to sell adver
Call 1539942.
INFORMATION tising. Liberal draw llveral home, no children. -
commission work, quick KNIFING
9204 S. Commercial Ave easy
Chicago 01 60517 sales. You earn $75 to $150 If HELP WANTED r NEW YONPlClvic leaden are seeking to cool ten-
benefits.
you're keen. Fringe I
Kalian youth was knifed tothe
after an
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 MAIDS N. Y. SLEEP-IN alOIII In a Brooklyn park and Italian area*.
mopcrlef 4ML. cor., 13th. JOBS, salaries to $65, tare back. The park workshed divides Negro reads: "Part closed to riggers."
A door to a park
advanced. Rush references, the area to an effort to keep: the lid on
HELP WANTEk phone number. ABLE MAIDS Police are patrolling

FISCAL ASSISTANT TO DI HELP WANTED AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN,FREE- tempers.
RECTOR Community Actlot PORT V. Y.
Program. Work entails project Female REPLAY

) preparation,with emphasis MAIDS FOR NEW TORO LOS QSPIM'or awhile It seems that Watts was
on budgetary matters, and
hurled bricks
TYPIST Replayed when Negro bystanders
maintaining financial: records V? TO S75 WEEKTop ..... Sdbottles at firemen battling: a blue In the riot-torn area.

of non-profit Bus. Adm.corporation degree with Requires MUST DO 60 W.P.M. AC- lobs NOW! Best homes Friendly in -congratulations, from P resident Lyndon B. Johnson! for the fight which be SII persons were arrested, Including the director of tile Negro .
New Jersey. Gothard a.He
.Y. was
emphasis In accounting, or CURATELY. GOOD IN ENGLISH temllies.City Fare sent, rush re and his integrated committee waged to secure a $399,967 OEO grant for a 10-county demonstration Community Alert drameo driving. ,
equivalent training and experi SPELLING. ferences. FREE GIFT. project In the depressed rural areas of Alabama Is Atty. Ortell Billlngley, booked on susnlclon of
ence. Minlmun salary $6,000 Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 MISS DIXIE AGENCY Jr., Birmingham. The project, operating Dallas Lowndes Wilcox, Perry Hale, Greene
dependent on qualifications. Moncrlef ltd.. Jar, Fla. 300 W.4Q St,; N.Y.C..Dept. 2V Monroe Marengo, Choctaw and Sumter counties, Is designed to help. poor farmers raise Mikan Yokes NAACP Condemns
Submit resume and referencesto their Incomes and become self-sufficient. (NPI Photo) I
P.O. Box 6605, West Palm THE F.S.A. --- '
Beach, Fla. IMOS. LEO'SShe Ernie Terrell Mix NAACP Executive Ffiichbe Deilol Vigilante Groups

AN EQUAL: OPPORTUNITY WANTS YOU! School Begin At
EMPLOYER. Ripiriifoi Cont from page 8 PITTSBURGHCommission INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Upon
The Future Scientist of America Mobilized Units Academic Summer er George L. Mlken of the 'learning of the creation 'of a
is a new science club which tournament American Basketball Association "Clttmes Patriotic Police
his
BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS AM Kill began preparation
wants you as A member. For for the eliminations witha said Wednesday neither Council and Patrol," NAACP
the man born wiutne pn,1 Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Is Sir lily Disiiiss are between the ages of U and bag and an electric guitar. Baylor have applied for a fran- the Director of the Safety Board
Georgia It Is through God that 18. write to: Terrell, who Is soft-spoken YORK TheNAACPmobllized Academic Summer School chise In the newly formed lea- and the local Chief to condemn -
I can remove all evil conditions 934 E. UNION ST. Future Scientist of America almost shy talks confidentlyabout many of Its units'for will begin Friday at 8.45: a.m., gue. the organlxatlon and demand -
some questions you may wish to 1405 Australian Ave. his chances In the WBA duty in strUe-torncommunlUe. at William M. Raines High Mikan however at a news investigation.
know, West Palm Beach, FIa.,33401 elimination tournament. throughout the nation last week, School Students in grades 7th conference prior to the opening NAACP Youth Field Director
lie lAS SEWING "If I win tha elimination, then in an effort to calm racial through 12th have been askedto of three day meeting here by William H. Hardy stated, "We
CD YOU NEED MONEY? I will be the heavyweight champIon tension s and to bring peaceto report for the classes. DIsmissal the ABA, confirmed there were do not need vigilante-type pro-
IS MY SICKNESS:: NATURAL? MACHINE Simond Johnson ,Park of the world," Terrell said. ghetto areas in which vio- time Is 2:45 p.m. rumors the National Basketball tection. We want a stronger
CAN MY- HUSBAND STOP The WBA planned the tourna- lence has erupted.In The subject offerings include: Association stars were Interested police department with more
DRINKING? Responsible party to assume ment Jo fill Its vacant heavy- Tampa, Fla., where three English, Mathematics,Algebra, to becoming part training not citizens group
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE $8 per month payments, or payoff Presents Ladies Day wight title, taken from Casslus nights of rioting erupted aftera Science Social Studies and owners of a Los Angeles fran- with unmarked cars, tear gas
RETURNED? cash balence of $54. This Clay when he refused to be Inducted white policeman shot and Typewriting. Students may enroll chise. and that sort of thing."
machine makes buttonholes, Simond Johnson tart Playground -. into the Army. killed a Negro burglary sus- for advanced subjects or It was reported earlier that The Association's metropolitan -
They call me the (Rootman). sews on buttons, blind stitches will present "Ladles Terrell also Is a part of pect, NAACP State Field DIrector for makeup work. The six- the ABA may grant the West council: president, AndrewJ.
But I am only a servant of God. fancy tcbe. and monograms Day" on Friday, June 23, at a professional musical group Marvin Davies and other weeks session ends July 28. Coast City a franchise luring Ramsey asserted, "We view
Because! God Is the answer topD without attachments. Guaran- 3.30 p.m. Girls 2 to 10 years Ernie and Jean Terrell with civil rights leaders toured the The summer enrichment pro- the meetings, called to discuss this situation with a great deal
life's problems I a m t h e teed. Must see to appreciate old are asked to participate.Each The Heavyweights. The Heavyweights Central Avenue riot area and gram will offer recreational topics ranging from scheduling ,of alarm. It Is certainly not
King of all Day Prophets. Send Call 353-1946 Anytime, ask for' girl Is required to be opened! recently to this urged teenagers to stay off the and sports activities band, to a pension plan. along the lines of the police-
tot my special selected Bible Credit Manager. Will deliver, dressed, In their mother's city at a motel here and the streets. arts and crafts and library. Mikan said the ABA already community relations program
To be read oSPECIAL no obligation. clothes or any women clothes. heavyweight began what he Mr. Davies and other Negro The driver's education pro- has lured some NBA playersInto we've been discussing with Po-
DAYS. Ribbons will be awarded to calls the "bslc training" of leaders later met with Mayor gram is open to any student the new league but he men- lice Chief Daniel T. Vera".
Send self-addressed,stamped ISABELLA OF PARIS first, second, and third place boxing today. Nick Nuccio to discuss racial eligible to obtain a learner's tinned no names, Safety Board Director ArthurJ.
envelope and $2.00 for Bible winners In each event. During the two-week engagement grievances. After the meeting permit. Each applicant has to Sullivan assured the NAACP
verses and spiritual Message.You 'That's ,Met 'ttave the Amat- The event win Include the Terrell plans to work Mayor Nuccio agreed to with- have a health certificate and representatives that be would
will receive Bible versesby lag superior tonic tablets, pep following:: 0) the prettiest lady, out a nearby Camp Nassau, draw 500 National Guardsmenand learner's permit before the Cn** Signs recommend police Investigation
return mall for all the tings you want to do. (2) cutest lady,(3))most comical "where I've been told there's more than 150 policemen opening! day. Dr. Andrew A. of the group which claims to
fiend TO: Box of 30, $1.00.8at 1stactlon lady, smallest lady, most unusual lots of wood to chap from the Central Avenue area, Robinson is principal of the Cont from page 8 have 150 members, and a sufficient
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin guaranteed or' Money lady, most colorful lady, in the heart of the ghetto. academic program and center 5footill'tlpouoder supply of tear gas,guns,
E30 Morrow AvenueJacon back. For Men and Women. best dressed lady, and the lady Occupation it another Influence The NAACP and the Commission director. Crumb, a varsity ammunition and communication
three-year
>, Georgia 31201 wearing the highest heels. on Community Relations was a facilities to "take care, od
P.O. Box ISO Dept. S. Gary on our concepts of Hod. also recruited 100 Negro starter In football and basketball "
The girl winning the highest some trouble, as It leader A" .
I specialize in all case work heel contest will get a ribbon More than eight out of let) youths to patrol the streets In Special Enrollment at abbs. Be participated basketball Mr Hardy added "We'll have
and workers state
farmers service couMCuUve
In six
Phone area code 912-74-56475: Indiana plus a surprise. an attempt to prevent further to take other steps unless we
but fewer than six out *tf fen tournaments and helped
outbreaks of violence.
have assurance that this group!
For IRS ExamsJACKSONVILLE Asa
win five champion ships.
In a "red alert" message lent can be stifled before It causes
Ynn1Si'SriiL: : :j i'.y;}:; ry .SHOP AT YOUR UP June 15, to branches of the flanker, he scored 16 touchdowns : more trouble.
NAACP throughout the country, Those who to become the No. 2
wish to take the enrollment In Plnellas. He led the
Roy Wilkins outlined scorer
:: : < : : <::: :<::>:::<:+;; ,; WAREHOUSE STORE to be used by civil rights proposals leaders exams to qualify to practice basketball team In scoring. FDRN. ROUSE FOR RENT

to calm racial tensions and, before the InternalRevuneService At Kentucky State. Crumb will
': 3000. W. 45tli ST.. hopefully, "help the whole sum may obtain application join basketball teammate 3 rms., $43.50 mo. Call.764-
*:;: >yi:.k"ib i:; .r.. mer be a cool one." forms at the Jacksonville Dis Thomas Daly. 4816. '

.. PRICES IN THIS AD Mr. Wilkins, said In his trict Office A.J.O-Donnell,
: : : :: ;:: ; message to the more than 1,500 District Director of Internal Youjton't! Have To Go To :Town To Get

ARE GOOD THROUGHSATORDAY local unites In the 50 states: Revenue for Florida,announced .
"Don't just be against riots; recently.Mr. LOW PRICES
JUNE 24 be active !In preventing them." O"Donnell emphasized that
I He urged officers of NAACP the right to represent clients
chapters to meet with "the la tax and other matters before DRUG SlDU'REEDS
, IRS Is limited to those who
people who have
grievances"and
ALL FLAVORS MARVEL BUll "plan bow the chapter can meet the highest standards of Trade 'with Tour Neighborhood Drug Store
i help them* technical proficiency and ethical WB WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
He also called on NAACP officers conduct. Papers. We deliver. We also fill ell Doctors Prescriptions
ICE MILK throughout the countryto The examination will be held
confer with city and state in Jacksonville, Miami and
officials, religious and civic Tampa on Monday, September
a.v .\ leaders, and representatives of 25 and Tuesday, September 26, Dixie Pharmacy
, S% CAL CTN. QQfc "} .. labor and political parties to 1967 for those lax practitioners
ac seek solutions to the who are not attorneysor
UNIT 2 PLEASE 03 t. \ growing
f iAsst. certified public accountants.
'
ii '
] "
4 : \ 'A.t1 ', unrest In urban ghettos.
i
I iJ, -. : r .. One formula that could be used Applications, accompanied by 1302 Kins lid At Until
a fee of $25 payable to the Internal
,'.'': :;, to Insure a "cool summer and
tall Wilkins said wouldbe Revenue-Service, should
Mr. ,
"I'' GRADE "A" FLA. OR GA. anfit flit liiifir to gain assurance from elect- be sent to Director Audit Division Plates Ills 5559738
Internal
I FRESH ICE PACKED ed officials that they will acton Revenue Service
Washington D.C. 2024. ..
the following: I. w. .
WHOLEFRYERS JANE PARKERPEACH "More Jobs, eseclally for our by August 31, 1967. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND

youth WANTEDBeauty

+s PIE To Study School Bias operators and barbers and, TELEPHONE I BillS AT OUR SJOftt
New Hollywood Beauty !
Barber Lounge, 622 Ashley St.
h I Conn. Assembly Votes Cat 354-9774.
1 LB. VETERANSTHE

39C BRIDGEPORT. Conn.As JACKSONVILLE
a direct result of a series of -

: lB.25C 3 02. EACH meetings initiated NAACP by State the Connecticut COD-- SHIPYARDS JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, 'INC

ference with Gov. John Dempsey Immediately! Required

I (liMIT 11 lAGS PLEASE) rules Haiiitr the has state's called General an Immediate Assembly FIRST CLASS Of 630' DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking

I study to eliminate racial SHEET METAL

1j!! sl1 i 6:! RixHiIT: : \ a1tq\:( j 1 I!: Lean!11! segregation NAACP Bis.esentatlves. 'MECHANICSMARINE Applications For Us

AlP DRANDCOFFEE .::.:.t.... .. .. .... .. .t!;..,......... ,.. .. .. ...... W. ., ,.. .,....,... ..!:.::.::.::. beaded by stat Conference pre
sident Mrs. Ella L. Anderson

\ UB and education Charles chairman B. Tlsdale, had state met ELECTRICIANS Veteran. Cllss.nie ..

t IIBBq 11 with the Governor, April 25, i
; calling his attention to the Increase MARINE
of segregated schools
llIbB In all the state's major cities, PIPEFITTERSMARINE
/ .... .... .. ,. .. ..... and urging prompt remedial ac. Size OT Our Classes:



2 NOW". m IN .NO$119 RETURN 1I>.%$ fjl ;; ::] '' ':;:::]:.; l r ll and lion state Commission The Opportunities terms that "the of on the Human Legislative direct resolution Rights its INSULATORS FIRST CLASSWELDERS Is Limited By law:


first priority to study the prb-
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CANS of racial In
Moms segregation .
: ,TUDOR the schools of the sate...and FIRST CLASS Enroll 1 Now To Be Sore Of
wli'@II' advise u to what corrective SIGN PAINTERS
ALE ii steps may properly be taken."
BEER
: jl An MAACPspoketmansaysthe APPLYSOUTNSIDE Place
; : passage of this resolution DIVISION
rr. MNMKKI AVI.
., CTN. 6 12 OZ. 9' ; tton"must necessary be followed to finally by the eliminate ac--. MAIN YARD

Of CANS m racial segregation In Connecticut ... .. .., It.
schools." All ....! 0.r L.ax aMIMMk CALL 355-9874

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