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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 10, 1965
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00658

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 10, 1965
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00658

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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40. ear attacked without / a Bupereede property II.....*' He seat oa lo I
a Pl pour eeeka. ..,, pole to Or. C.N. vaahlacteaand "
According to ,0Uet.t flfltD" t1 provocation by a bite i any that the' attache of the "ua. tad coal earacial "
elate act upoa bmettit' hla bark toMrs.
Kelley lOt a line oat tee aaa *lle valklag hcae of ehtte eta den.trot. dlccrlalsctlaa. la heualsg "are baaed. on
l..dU..bo.
Of kit telerlaloe.eilpped fro. eonS the night of thin aocltllttlc pr......*'
Ao ) retm.. TAo ..re vteltlagPlorlda Aero.ahe .tt pronouarodAecordlni
ear sad ordered the ed the .MI | ipn/u the FLORIDA ....orhl Col 4..... Apparently silk a vice to keeping black ghettoes ,
,IVI er. *o ,.( coal eg ahoe "to,.f j: leaned I.... a Negro scads ti polleereports. 6 aa tkey are, hep. atalllaia proposes to aoead. tilt
oat to "atop" choreke Palled aldevalk1th .
to the
atate eonatltntloa to spell out I
only ta I tutloa. had an slledaed right
Y They told
.... I IOOftrrvett4 one Corbett 1
I a knockout punch j
of property oenero to bar Its sale rental
Into hlte oroccupancy
o cklcken omrera that Ii,.. ."n It la reported that theproeler over tat eye, Ira. TV ,
to certain racial .
or rellgloua
1th the aitu .twstark for n air) of beta Intoned bla abe groupa.at
fired severs) barrel and of a eaedoff .. lot ear "'IU, b Bouthern fried Q Idea. ... tick but "tented htr al 11 act is not ao dash. that be cIo...' boos ,lit
shots fro. tilt ...tal,. ahotom.Joaeph aad alded..1It layanconacloaa but after they. left they U.s. ... ,,... Court>>. lea forblddea tie ace ef nay

drier to of tklchatrock Roll,. over of for .... ere ......1' beaten hy Ocolo Prunes C 41'/'/) tXJUrTT court to enforce racially reatrlctlve koaalag
11011 17. she ace to. her sect his and his else barred cltlea and eoualleBfroa
the store at 442 Pevlaft. a bud of hlte hood*, be did not boos ao- covenants,
The flcUa na taken to. told Detective seta sad other parts of her laaa .*x had be. ,nice Voter List then ass dead call Or.ttahlaitoa aapplag out. realdentlal ..... for ebllee orNecroea
aural edict center "Una and fao<% ere badly kntaed.Tw eeakeaedblo.latettliatlai only,
f.N.Oray Jess Vinej* tin
day light with tn. shots eon he ... la bteh of > ehtte toartete ei OCALA" -l, *clal$ to STAXPtperaAltbeeib offtttera The unconatltutlonal amendment ."Ieb8t.l1Inl'

oae la Ma threat aad the stet about 3:30: .1 ta..... the nttnck. Texas Cities ) theaatleaal ere "|ta. K. "adl .. propoaea be written Into Flo

s.ntberi.the. era .. and ,... wise eo.< 'aa operated oa earlr thm..tt to be a cuttooer spa tilt ehlte aaa ran Elect Negroes oa votltc nights ordaa aloateithPatrol The etate shall guarantee. to every oeeer ef
oaday. He aalaed lathe ranc the bell. off. The toarlata .*." la Ahll.... tits central .n M. ,N..... sad A. private property the abeulute right' lo oea. eon"

recovery rooai aatllefeeedty Holler '-"t to tie front era Taylor dire they To Offices Plerlda city la la the ..t w+a.Chr1e. trot buy, tell,, lease or real ouch property toeboeaoevtr
sad la atlll ead eoald find the police t breea of a rot lag be stases and shall' pratecl every
ear net b, to et e |
Hated la critic) coo youof .. roeeehoero>re
dttloa.Holleya. too to lie on the floor and also kelpej her to The In. RMJnea, 44* e a.H. by ail ladlvldaal, pertaerahla, corporation or j
eatebllatwenta) "tfI!.. the oowter. her .... oa keraerdtreet year-old Motltt alnl o.(h local reilttrtra other legal entity Including Meals sad repre* ,

bad leas the target of One beadlt ._! to the klcfe .at only a tier. n. elected to thee are sot each liven to $190,000 aeatatlvea thereof '.
atlcB9 inlets eadtltla sash resister bet tore a.ey.IbDut Vn tetMle, Clll Cmeri eb triictla. )Negro r.ilatraata Bwch aa eaectaeat eon. 14 apply to reetauraala,

.II.," fit h. k*.. OEM] ..n.' aa a ass she MrHes). latera police car droveop first acme to held en ...1.. to praae taereels property But tlnce It fllee la the teeth of the
carried large awta efSvprene to sad tbe .rrl..,. rl.IsleIrstbeenuatdpdepos. by *oli 1 fir beck public accoe >4elliiaa provlaloa ef the Civil ill,.,.
get
ao ..,. p eel Of"It to a ... bu."t r..t.". ..t.I.....| tnreeKite aad arcvtltf ...iro r lttraataef California i geMI feeTohNP real eatate-Tee Ue. II ....1. be Meaferceekle. I

Court or. 'T drove off etttoat aufclng oftme-nta. trlwt crt... ay purpose le to preieat the elate "roe ca*
leraardOarrett.
preootere S.
& 111111bl any Ufilry at. era Tutor Another h>ira alaleter. ta tke ,..t sad seas croechlag' spas tbe rights of private properly

May Get Negro ,..." e Pica. the;. he., -*. quills.rn. ..P atly ttrlklt their. ) sad 4J.Jeeeeberrle of LeeAaielee S. ....r. by lucre leglalttarea .'1... eight con*
Taylor la at a a Met free the 'oc.,. celvably by duelaated by srbaa leglalatora and
l q eon toIlK', list his aeooodhid u 41 of QatlMd,
District lodge e r d cr4lioiw tal lea ao far ae the. fer a rest .. the Hat ere Indicted by a federal radicate ae..tredlg ee pregreeelvee, the orbealeclalater
souse of her eAMtlo&tle Ot City! ,, toes 10 local eeirecltlieae *o mete site like radical reactionary
e
QItAriOtvP1e a t. Met to tie Ooacllg Oread jar'. la Cl
District /He? Jeaee a.Ptntoat. fleer after be opeaedtbe eoaceraed.perbape> in Pert ortb, ft, .e* live lees e* taetlcea sere last ...., of <.. lien a e.uoaeralle ae be ,,.cha.. hleeelf
list ".1, aa ee Euo.X.ZULML.J1IfJ.
united to be. retleter. The oeaaonooed CII..d-t.Ut/ yen. \ arms pnaTtnentphyttc4ancleche4 sere atrtckea for frMdla- a aov defaactT
la II.. to nil tte nest .. t_.....y aadeere ten alchte earlier a Mfr < a earprlalac eachreaeeaa .... beak of nearly In snottier |ast teaaey: oa Ike B.ft. 'er. reety to flee den oaa aleo r.eltta< ooaenard ate la his ems isataare, Oae eta told, let 110.000. outlaecd legislature to turn back the

pr.e OMrt, ass la wl- Saw, r ralne Jr..t..... Street ee.a at. to' > .."I I effort to ea tad lees eta he Tie Udlctaeate ..,. clock, P>p. fttalllaaa plugged for ratification
eaeolieeeehaapltel hat He eee forced he crtel locked 1, a **lte aaa. ...t veteraa City Coea* telllaf 'tklae tavIt.d.f bitk ......... by Ally GttI. of an ./.", rtaf'ftt to the U. B. census
IstOehlsed
.ea oa4eraelng a e phytlcel, cfcerfc >et. "CMtleeed P.,. litley sole atreet. Tie mite' oa Pace I.( ) courts eiclnalvo Jurisdiction over school


I ,_i 1. ack1r+itiwn'7her Integration le tie pet cases prje, l etc.Thlt .,. Ou., e..,.. eeJIece' of

....., atalllage said sad bee olready" lea

Missal *1C*. .- old Otaae Carter*....e ,.guns.,.,|'> ,..,.. oldtMlereo atraagled at aaotherlocalloa first dklld. her thloha Ir* the bat- ratified kf teverel toss S<.tb .......

tNPl/-, It nil ..... bed l looked h,..,. oe Te... ..G., .f sad her bocytraato era. Tea eaa ....1.. lochs to her kneea. Like his pr,...) lo amend lie elate eat*...u..

reJ--llke e horrible ....rlr .. eeerln heraee tee cull dll".. eee .rted U the akeadoaed pi.rbrpol I, Pr public fttra f..|atl.oj tee llttelec lie atalllaiftalleee kid to ..... the PederalCeaalllellaa

aleftt.*re.ISt teeter dreee, .,.. f.... la a ttraedeetfree 110.... Police aid tor ker tw caU'" the ,.... of death.ehe la clearly sa- eetllell..dsl.0e
...,.* for a eeiaaalac 011. ",or. a *lte.parttlae bellolBg.Her sold ehe had bees >.. id her Mf at the u.. ... a e"4.., ., Pederal scant hate a.* .-,1,.. right lo uphold

killer of thru leendreoeleftpleye ko% e.. dlaeoeered for oalp a abort Hoc ef the t,.....,. ta...... .,. taN Sdel. the Bill. of Mchla. at they effect aca.ola.hoalag.a .
rM( tnoe* nad a e.v..> ; ead tra. vary .eteo'yetr-0ld MaoeCerter 44 |a the ee Md pst+. ,oue>dal|<.t. sad ..."UI', else,

,...,-.1. url still .*.. tether Jan.*. a 31*,.arold bed less r'*.rtdelMla h, funeral ... held ant eoateat. ellh !.. beb
ea.*ereead the elect.Tel. _th: oa *arr* M atker lest ". ,..., el the .4*<... a bill le chetc1 Pier Ida*o eleetleo h...
If a bard fir ". zee ....." ef their 11m e.tber, tecoia. J*. letloaary ItptlttCitrta la eeca a want at sell. .i.treetly eeakle. ,..,-
peaeilo of Beaton Barter b*.rafc Jrja sill hy i 1'2" .,e bee three other eh the lee.fc tlra/a to be are dle.rlaiaaleryPlaelly

sad the .r.,..ac area .t play ends ta...., hebreecht children, ell bye .Leray. .. .rt 'U.., offlcla* ke lelredecH e bill lo appropriate
t. believe ttatltreeJIyBeea to the sewn, ....,. Jr. eadUrry. II.'" of net se soy le kelp Nlld a ConfHeretoerltl

>.ed ,... a>*.*ly t.w.dw ..&- ,... ) Itbellsed e. PM al i. at axtytaerg

Last ee.*. they tariedUe llaht of tra..- M tale "" Carter bee keemdl Tb.8Ltat .
M.c sea __ .... JO.A Mecca tt0ieo
chaatlr r**> lae ., sail faralac ead oaaaierreeert by a aaa aad eeeta*. ... ..r the three Intent ttcUee area, ||l as h. aid they eereoot look* ehea dleeaeered.reeerde. ..... ....n. eta.. |M. .

*.... Cede sad sit) end of Chloaco.toeever. lag far ->ed to stele .- Isdlceteaae ale rea/rlig r*lle Is Its 15tb Tear

Ia,.. h-eie sere 41 a- tao ineeeeieatery tide etoeo.letherttlee. feroerl lived Isaecaeeae. 14 ,.elllUe drl adb

covered lest Sandal laa actetJlyb... |set aald Ueyeaag He,. ead ..a ae*...lF raped eadker Of OMaUINOG' '

aalaao tree ire' **. Felt H .ea Uo body of ..... had appareatly eaa breeght U hinges side ke* bare ball j'

There ... aeeea-yeer* the first of the _, k... need a.d Barter kr the fatter ef .1..... oa Ue loch of fn..tsaty service


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THE FLORIDA STAR 'BIGOTRY MURDERS 00V. WALLACE '

HELICON TO FRIGHTeN FloridaStuff, :
NEWS FOOLS WITH HtR GHOST' "
AND AGAIN I WANT TO
Prfbllahed by the Florida Star Publishing Co.4RIC cec f
CONGRATULATE THE

0. SIMPSON..........Miniiif E.itir PEOPLE POP THCIR ALABAMA RESTRAINT!/' The City Hall Crowd.!

,,*"ALYSON E. WISE........... Km E.itir Lloyds of London, which will insure just

'. .....' about anything from a flea circus to a war
4 "
HILDA WOOTEN......... Circilitiii Miniir ." effort, has said that the one thing which

has kept Jax, Fla. from growing up like

MAIN OFFICE i PLANT Ga. has been a moss-backed political

2323 Mucriif Rid Pint Elr.ii 4-6)12 > i machine and power .structure.the scene than
'#iz5s. \ >frv S l* are a whole lot closer to
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Mailiit Minis | ** Ll01d1.'.aad we agree with thea! 100 percent

C'lA'fe'b Lloyds was thinking of such natural

P.O. Box 561 Jicksmilli 1 fliri.i assets as our georgaphic location and excellent

harbor, and such liabilities as
MIAMI OFFICE narrow-minded politicians and big frogs

'W iwJf sit their plaster nest eggs.
who Just on
An. 311-1025
738 NW 3ri Phil /* But we are thinking too of the central reluctanceof

; both city and county adilnlatratlon to give

our Metro cltlstaa an opportunity to serve In

SUBSCRIPTION! RATS public office and appointive Joba

p. One'Tear. 19.00 Half Tear, 14.00 On the state level things are looking upa

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States 5MUST bit in this regard over a year ago

Subscription payable In advance r Florida's forward SecretarIat

Send Check or Money Order to: State Tom Adamsof Jacksonville and orange

park. pioneered as the state's first cab-

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 941 inet member to employ a Negro as a top

Jacksonville I, Florida assistant.

Yore recently, Oov. Burn has appointed a Metro

to the Board of Regents which runs our colleges

Government Failure To Aid and insurance Coaalaaloner Broward tllllaia hu

hued a Metro to fill an adalnlatratlve post In

Negroes Cited By Wilkins his office.
Jacksonville and other Florida cities
Yet

Government has failed to meet its respon SUCH HYPOCRISY GO UNCHALLENGED I continue to lag behind. (

sibilities' Negro citizens In four vital Last onth., 114 layroa from Aierlca'a hunt

areas, Roy Wilkins, executive director of cities were Invited to lashlmtoa to dine with

the National Association for the Advancement president johnaon--aad beat V-P Humphrey urge

of Colored People, said at the annual them to hire Negroes and write their own nodlacrlnlnatloa I

Vanderbilt University symposium In Nashville clauses Into city-fiauced construe

Tenn. tloa jobs and service contracts. If the cities

These areas, Mr. Villeins said are protection will Just do this theamelvea. Uncle Saa won't haveto

of the right to vote, maintenance of da>> It for the. Hiwpnrey pointed out.

public school systems providing? City Hall please note!
quality Integrated education, [
failure to break the ghetto]
pattern of housing, and con Without here iLntthe merits or deerlta of

tinued denial of equality of| those need to l.n.OD the 49-ian coMlttee which

job opportunity. will adilaleterprealdtnt Johnson'a anti-poverty

"The citizenship rights and! proira in the Jag area we are happy to see that

privileges guaranteed In the| i our town la finally snvlnt on this vital front.
Constitution are not yet WILKINS ---------- in this respect we are behind some, but

fully enjoyed by Negro Americans even though ARIr.n 7 CANCER LIBRABorn CAPRICORN! ahead of others. In neighboring St. Augustine

they have been In the country for 346 years Born March 21st thru Dom June 22nd thru Re:t. 23rd thru Born Dec. 22nd thru for Instance, dopey county official

and have been free 100 years" the NAACP April nth July 22nd Oct. 21rd: Jan, 19th resolved that "there is no poverty in St.

leader said. He cited the "bitter con THIS EVEN WHIN YOU HAVE A ALTHOUGH THC PRESSURE Johns County and filed the whole antipoverty -
COULD ae THC MOST THC PITPALLS MAY BC MANY
flict in Alabama" as an illustration of UNCOMroRtAm.5PC5IOD WHIN SUSPICION' THAT YOU ARC COULD BC TURNED ON,THIRI program in "drawer 13.whichis

one phase of the break down in meeting THI MATTERS TNAT ARC WITtlItNU"HUCTlCAlLY THC ONE WHO HAS TO SHOUL WOULD BC NOTHIN ,IN IT to say, the wastebasket.The .
"democratic responsibility," the topic T"OU'LINQyOU COULD HOW- NONIXISTINT DUlliNG THIS DIM ALL TNI ONEROUS TASKS FOR YOU TO SUBMIT" TO claim that there la no poverty In St John

of the symposium. Ly COMC TO A HCAO. HUD RATHt TURBUOINT PIRIOD. OR BURDINS, MAINTAIN' TERMS THAT DO NOT MIST will coat aa news to many, such aa the migratory

Two Alabama counties, he pointed out, had THI INNER MISGIVINGS OH,, CONTINUA TO POLLOW THI HARMONY. IN YOUR 'INTIMATE WITH YOUR FuLL APPROVAL far workers out around fuda and Hatlacs.neranot

made "doubly sure" that white supremacy OTHER PHYSICAL' SUNS' LINCOPLCAST' RISIITANCC. RCLATIONSHIPS.' THIRI YOU ARC WILL AWARt THAT a whole lot that those folks don't ae 4. Like.
would be maintained. "Hllcox County with Do NOT PAIL' TO AVAIL' WILL SOON BC A CMANQI 'IN
: TAKI PROMPT ACTION TO THC COMPORTS AND SECURITY vise a little literacy training ud laatnctlo

only 2,624 white eliglbles, nevertheless DIAL WITH THEM AS If.PICTIVtlV YOURIILP OP CUPCRT 0 THC ATTITUOCC AMONG PIO YOU ENJOY AT HOMC ARC In American democracy wouldn't hart ,. Yfoea"varacwy ..
,registered 2,810 a percentage of 107.1. AS''YOU OR PROPtlllONAL PINION WHIR| THCftCkifTII PLU 'N' ICKCRAL YOU THE PRODUCTS' OP A Will' tad his Raiders one-bit. % ",; ru

Lowndes county went Vilcox a few better: AOVIIERS CAN PPI I CULT DU UTI Oil t,,TOANSWIR. SHOULD WIAT PATIENTLY' AND ORDERED FINANCIAL' The Johnson antipoverty program is still

out of 1,900 white eliglbles it registered DO SO. ANY MONKS SPENT THC POSSIBILITYOP UNTIL CONROBORATIVI IVI'* "MANAOIMINT.' |IT WOULD so new that its provisions are' something

2,250 or 118.4 per cent. Until recently FOR THI IMPROVIMENT' OP FLAKING OUT OP TURN" OINCI ASSUMES A MORE MAIL NO SINSC TO YOU, of a mystery even to those entrusted with

neither of these black belt counties had YOUR SKILLS, TICHNIOUIS ,IS IVIR PRISINT. TNtV CONCRITI FORM THOSI OP AT THIS STAGS, TO RtVIRSI its administration. But certain things

any registered Negro voters. OR ISSINTIAL IOUIPMINT'' MUST SI WATCHID CLOSILV YOU WHO NAVE ALLOWCD THIS OPINION." TIME' stand out very clearly: it...* the causes
"Ranking second in the break down of WHEN YOU AI AGITATED OR YOURSELVES TO II
SHOULD Bt CONSIDIMD AS PLACID WOULD NO DOUBT PROVE of poverty aa being both widespread and
to the PROOOID BY 'INDIVIDUALSWHO IN A .
responsibility COMPROMISING
government Negro P0
GOOD 'INVISTMINTS PROM YOU TO Bl INDISPUTABLY deep-rooted and proposes to attack the
minority," Mr Mlkins asserted( "is public THI LONa-RANQC POINT' OP COULD THIRI TAKE ISSUC SITION. MAY FIND IT ADVISABLC RIGHT SHUT YOUR EARS accordingly. _, _
WITH -
YOU. SUMS"' TO
education. An effective democratic society vit' *. ALTHOUGH THIRI TO START DOING' TO ANY PROPOSITIONS THAT _
HAN INCLINATION' TO NIO Another thing la that the law calls for pittlagaoe
to Soul HEAVY ,
in which citizens help shape THINNING RIOAROIN0
policies scat TO at ROOM POR 0. DO NOT TARE THISI PAC
LCCT lONE OP YOU DOMESTIC aho-auff poor folka o* eoaaitteta which
and government through their votes RIOINAL' ''OUIORMI"OOI. THE PUTURI CON. TORS INTO CONSIDERATION
depends upon a system of universal public YOU HAD MUM NOT PRISS RISPONSIBILITICS' ,IN SIOUINCCI WHICH' COULD Bt 1.70-tt.I U.71.m are tolas to ram the thug Loebh at tk* JaicoMaittM

education. The United States has been com TOO HARD WHIN YOU HUN 'UOIO'IIIOIIWOIILD\., QUITE OISADVANTA' COUS. wo doa't wee anybody yet wko fits this

mitted to such a system, but Negro cit UP AGAINST INDIVIDUALSTO ,INTIRCSTS. t.Do....17.25-134 AQUARIUS dtaeriptio. Thong there are sass there who .*.

izens, especially those In the areas of dls- WHOM ANYTHIN1 NEW I IS 5-20-I,,11.45-.2'' SCORPIOBorn Born Jan. 20th thru doubtedly have "et the cake" of poverty la. the

franchlsement.have had to fight every ..te"' PRACTICALLY' UNTM I NU'L I. LEO Oct. 24th thru Feb. 18th put ud ao know a this' or two about It. There

of the way to get even a small share of 470551'3473 Born July 23rd thru Nov. 22nd THERE IS SO LITTLE TO lao oueattoa but that they are all gettlag their

such schooling for their children." Aug. 22nd TMCRC is Lime TO IN. RECOMMEND PIRSONAL INI* chaps regularly no.. At hut oae real po' boy to

And finally he said, 'if we add here TAURUSBorn COURAGE YOU TO TRY TO TIATIVE QUIllS I THIS A*. floe herd oe thM wovlda't hurt a tklag.e .

the two other major areas of discrimination April 20th thru NoTHING BUT THC PIRPCCTBLUIPRINT BUCK THC FORCE OP CIRCUMSTANCCS TIR THAT I IT WOULD Bt A have heard tell that some top admlniatrators -

or deprivation, ghetto housing and( May 20th COVERING' IVIRVPHASt DURING THIS" SITTER IOTA FOR YOU TO of the anti poverty program ID

racially restricted employment opportunities UNTIL YOU CAN MT YOUR. AND CONTINGENCY RATHER OCPRtSSINC OUAR.TtR. TAKt THC ROAD OP LEAST Washington are being paid $22.000 per year,

we have a monumental failure of government SUP COMPLITILY 'IN 'HAND, THAT COULD ARISC" WHIN OBTAIN THI RIST YOU RCSISTANCC. Mill YOU UI which is all right with us provided theydo

to meet its responsibilities." THI POSSIBLITY' OP MAKIN4' YOU REACH OUT FOR SUC- NEED, ADOPT MIALTHPUL NOT SATISFIED WITH THE a good Job. But dom" bert at the grass

MUCH HIAOAV "RIMAINS ON CISS WILL SIRVC HIN YOUSu1NS LIVING' HABITS. ATTEND QUALITY 0* CONDITIONS' pots w* bet that the Jax committee would
'INTO ACTION GO
OP THC: ITEMS"' YOU MAY al move a Viol lot faster lf.lt had at least
THI SLIM' SID\ (. YOU SUM'" TO YOU UTIIS IN THE
Kite -Flying Time Again TO SI HILD UP BY THC IN- OVIR DISCOVER IVIRV DCTAIL.INHCRCNTWCAKNISSCS TRYTO Say' THAT WILL BC SATIS' SIIKIN., REPRAIN,. PROMSPCNDINO any feller on there who hardly knew ..o.rebis

All L'rt TO MAR( UP YOUR FACTORY WITHOUT' 'IMPOSING MONCV. THERE next meal was coving from.
WITH A VIES ARt OTHIR DAYS ANO OTHER.
MIND aiCAUSI OP THI LACK UNDUE STRAINS' ON YOURINOURANCI. .
Kite flying has been one of the more harm OP RIPLACIN' THIM WITH'
PLACES WNIRC YOU CANLCXM
less and inexpensive pleasures which people COOPERATION PROM THC FOOLPROOF. PORUULAS.AVOIDPRIMATURC ALTHOUGH YOU =, =
FOR THINM THAT Ml A Frill ReedOne
have ICY 'IOPLI'III YOUR ROSTIR DO NOT SUM TO BC MUCH
long enjoyed. For hundreds of MOVIE THAT
OP ALLI' ( '. ALTHOU 'IN THC MOOD FOR PLAT OR MORE "' TAkl. II .utl
years, it has been a national pastime In WOULD ONLY OCCASION' A
TO LISTEN WMIH YOU aOSIST -
THIRI ARI STRON ROMANTIC ( LlflHTHtARTID ANTICS IT
Asiatic countriessometimes connected with LOSS OP TIME, CNCRSV AND paragraph in the President's Fconoaiic
UNOCRTONIS YOUR COULD DO YOU 0000 TO TRY ALLY OFFERS tunSE110NS.
religious ceremonies or superstition. The PRECIOUS CASH. twit 1 IS Message deserves more public attention than
PRICNDSHIPS' THI TIME AND REVERIE IT ONCE IN A IT MAY BI a
Chinese, Japanese. Koreans and others developed NOT EXACTLY THt MOST PROPITIOUS 0000 POLICY, TO PUT OFF it has been given. It is this; "'DIe technological
Don NOT SI CM TO SI QUITE Hill.' THIS MAY EVEN'
complex kites resembling dragons MOMfNT TO EMBARK' revolution la transportation .
TRIPS THAT TARE 100 MUCH
RIPS" TO ARRIVI' AT ANYDIPINITC BC NECESSARY WNC YOU
butterflledfisheven musical kites..their FOR A LONe OR SHORT THIS and large public and private investment
OUT OP YOU BUCIT.
construction and flying became and remains UNDERSTANDING.! TRIP' "UU THC MATTE LOVED ONES FilL DCPRIS- in our highways, railroads airways, and
MAY APPLY TO THC ACQUISITION
,
BC COMPORTID I Y THC C0VICTION liD FOR ANY REASON WHAT* .
an art in itself. IS REALLY URSINT. IT II waterways have greatly altered the natureof
THAT, WHIN THC SOLVER Pill OP NIW OBjtCTSAS .
SILL YOU
The process Is much simpler in this coun .'ISC TO LOll A DAY 0* wtLL.t.Jo55.u.ns. our transportation aystea. Our national
PROPIR MOMINT DOS ARRIVE AN OBLISATION TO PERFORM
try. But the winds and weather of Springare TWO. transportation policy should b* revised
bringing the usual tens of thousands ,THCRC WILL SI LIT 5-<<>-77.11.4).W YOUR DUTIES TO THC ICSTOP to reflect these changes particularly by
TLl TO 'INTIRVCNC ,IN ITS YOUR ABILITY, You
of high flying kites attached to an equal PISCES placing greater ecphasia on competition
CXCITIN DEVILOPMCNT.2.1D'eeI.M2I6. VI R 00 ARC ENTITLED TO SOMCCONSIDCMATION
and private Initiative la
number of children. Born Feb. 19th thru laterstate trans
He should all be reminded that there are Born Aug. 23rd thru AMEN YOU March 20th portation. Fair and adequate user fees for

hazards in this sport and every parent and GEMINI Sept. 22nd DO .NOT QUITE MEASURE THC CONStRVATIVC COURSE Inland waterway oar Federal airways and

child should be familiar with tone of the Born May 21st thru A STRICT' ACCOUNTING UP TO TMI CURTIDNI IN. THAT vow SHOULD NEVI our Federal-ald highways will improve e-

"DCIf TS" of kite flying: June 21st MARES 1000 FRIENDS" AS VOtVIO. MASS YOU 0.N DURINO THE qnlty lad efficiency :\lIe' oatof tbeie"" .
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1.100.16.14.53.111SAGITTARIUS
THC OLD SATINS THII public "
Don't use tinsel string wire or any 1011. resource
pRcvioui QUARTER SMOMDBC
TWIst ARC NOT TOO MANYOPPORTUNISM
twine with metal in it. P01 YOU TO MIAMI PAVIN UP BILLS AOHIRIB TO Isis MOI Mr. Johnson ta 1m agree* at with his Immediate *

Don't fly a kite with metal in the frame MARL YOU VOICC MCARD ON TNIIR" Ml DATES MOMUTIM Born No,. 23rd thru STRICTLY PMRIN THIS predecessor ia of flee.The case of

or tall. JUST NOW. CVIN If IT II, ALL OTHER OKIATIOKS Dec. :istTHI ONC. THC RIWS INMtACKT the waterways particularly shows the
Don't fly a kite over TV or radio aerials PROMPTLY AND Deed for quick act loo. The inland
WORDS IN SICWLATION ARC *A- water
TMOSI TO WHOM YOUR AT TI TV MS or I II.
or near electric power lints. If a kite WITHOUT DIMURIN' WMCN TMC PRONOUNCES. UMCSSYOU carriers enjoy' totally frt use of facili
ARC AOORCSSCD ARt NOT ONE VITM MOM YOU COME
becomes entanjled in electric power lines, THIS REALLY BICOMCI NCCISSARVITWIIL ARC lUIMAftOMAOrTO ties provided and financed by the pabllcUterway .
APT TO PAY THEM MUCH AT. IN CONTACT ARC IIKILY
leave it there and tfont touch the string PAY NANO- ACCEPT TIll CONSIOuCNccs spokesmen loan on an article incorporated
TINT I ON. THIS LIAVIS YOU TO BC lOvCWNAT TOO U*
or in any othjr 'manner attempt to get It SITTOPLLIN SOME IIVIDINOS IN Till or ooi.. orucRwisc.MCY ia the Nortawtst Ordinance of
Ltmi CMOICC' PRIDICTAH.C FOR YOU TO
down. PO.DP UTCMDCO CRIOITS. CANNOT M ICNORCO.Ma 1717 which says that the waterways are
WITH TMCACTIVI'Till OPPailNOS. TAE C ANY VNNCCCCSSABYCMANCCt.
Don't run across streets or highways while THC URt TO SET '0IN' MATTER MO. MUOI pecsuC "common highways aDd forever fret. .
Scat .
C TMIN
p |T MAY M MT
flying a kite. ON tOIl IMU SCAtC '110- PVT. without any tax.Impost or duty therefor.' .
AJ FAIRLY' CIRTAIN, IT II Tea TO SPINB' as MVCNTIMC
Don't fly a Ute in the rain.lhether JCCTSVOUNAVC MCN PiAH.NINO TIN ON YOU. VOW MUST Bat this is a frail r* d.Tae SoprrsM Court
THAT TNt MANY MONO YOU A 1 YOU CAN BY YOURSELF -
you are flying a dragon' or a butterfly WHO possess ANY TALINTNATSOCVC SHOULD 1C IUWRCSSIIPO T9 CVAL9ATI TNC BlCItt Tl ASSUME THAT keld. la 1SJ, ttlt thw clause ". .has
or one of the familiar diamond shapes a WHILC 10 41 NOT VOW OWN MORI WOCRATCINCLINATIONS reference to their navigation ia their
SHOULD ,INVCITI TRENDS -1M' VIC OPPICURINS
fron the corner grocery store theme safety 'ATC THC POtllllUTYOP TO COMPBOMISC YOUR CHANcci OUT JUST MOW ARC MUDSMORI natural state. It did not contemplate that
"Don't*" still make sense. They spell OP success. TMCSC that such navigation mitdt not be roved
ptoTicTivc. THUS lap
TUMIN IT TO PROP'' YOU MAT PIT IN .'1M THC
the difference between safe fan and possible AUK ACCOUNT. SILL' BC MORE PROWISIN LUll ON. ARC sum THAT YOU .ILL.HMTLY by artificial ...... .For" emtlays canted

serious injury. CVCNTVALLY. Ptex Tilt _cc' oIA by such works Ute Stats say exact reasonable .

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THE 'BIGOTRY AMSffAfAS GOV.WALLAC[

RELIGION TO WIGHT -Florida Stuff
fOOLS WITH HER GHOST'CM.
i_AND AGAIN WANT TO
Published ,
by '
CONGRATULATE THE

7RI( C 0. PEOPLE fop THCIH Of RESTRAINT ALABAMA !,' The City Hall Crowd!

(".'...;; ALtSOH Eo Lloyds of London which will insure Just
''t about anything from! a flea circus to a war
.
.. HILDA 1r effort has said that the one thing which

has kept Jax. Fla. from growing up like

Atlanta. has been a moss-backed poli-

tical machine and power ,structure.
2323 4J CJI 10 Sri a whole lot closer to the scene than

Lloyds..-sad we sires with the 100 percent
Vtt
Lloyds was thinking of such natural

P.O. Bn 1 assets as our georgaphic location and excellent -

: harbor and such liabilities as

r narrow-minded politicians and big frogs

4 < [- who Just sit on their plaster nest eggs.
131 NW
But we are thinking too of the general reluctance

of both city and county adaiai strati cna to give

our Negro citizens an opportunity to serve la

public office and Appointive jobs

"- Ons'Yesr On the state level, things are looking upa

Mailed to You bit in this regard. over a year ago

Florida's forward Secretary of

': Send : State tom Adams,of Jacksonville and Orange

r park. pioneered as the state's first cabinet -

member to employ a Negro as a top


assistant.More recently Oov. Burn baa appointed s Hem

to the Board of Regents which, runs our colleges

sad. insurance Coaalsslonsr Browsrd tilllasis has

Baaed s Negro to fill an sdalnlstrstlve post IB

bin office.

Government MUST SUCH HYPOCRISY GO UNCHALLENGED I continue let Jacksonville to lag behind.and other Florida cities

(
sibilities' Last sonth. 114 ..,ro. fro, Aserlca's largest

areas Roy cities were Invited to Tashlngtoa to dine with

the National president johasoa--asd heap V-P Husphrey urge

ment of them to hire Negroes aad write their own nodlacrlalnatloa I

Vanderbilt clauses Into city-financed construction

ville. Tenn. jobs and. service contracts If the cities

These areas will just do this themselves. Uncle Baa won't have

tion of the to do it for the. Huaphrey. pointed cut

public school City Hall please notet!

quality PS Poor Iou
failure to )
pattern of without here going Into the Merits or demerits of

tinued denial ] those Baaed to serve OB the 5-aan coaalttee which

job will adalnlster President Johnson's antipoverty

"The prog_ la the jai area, .. art happy to see that

privileges our town Is finally saving on this vital front

In this respect we are behind some but

fully enjoyed ARIr:7rJ: CANCF.n LIBRA CAPRI COTN ahead of others. In neighboring St. Augustine

they have been 21st thru Born June 22nd thru Born Re; ;t. 23rd thru Born Dec. 22nd thru for Instance dopey aunty official

and have been April nth July 22ndTHE Oct. 21rd Jan. 19th resolved that "there is no poverty in St.

leader said. | EVEN WHEN YOU "HAVE" A ALTHOUGH THE PRESSURE Johns County and filed the whole anti-
1C THC MOlT PITFALLS MAY SE MANY
flict in PERIOO WHIN SUSPICION' THAT YOU ARE COULD BE TURNED ON,THERE poverty program In "drawer 13.which

one phase of III THAT AM( IINI'ITIUCTICALLY THC ONE WHO HAS TO SHOULDER WOULD BE NOTHING IN IT is to say, the waste-basket.
"democratic NONEXISTENT DURING THIS ALL THE ONEROUS TASKS FOR YOU TO SUBMIT TO Th* clala that there Is BO poverty IB St Johns
YOU COULD SLOW-
of the TO A HIAD. HElD RATHER TURBUOENT. PERIOD. OR BURDENS, MAINTAIN TERMS THAT DO HOT MEET will Come as news to aaay. such ss the slgratory

Two Alabama U MISGIVINGS OR, CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE.. HARMONY IN YOUR INTIMATE WITH YOUR PULL APPROVAL" fans workers out around apuds and Hastlaga,There's

made "doubly PHYSICAL SIGNS. LINE OP LEAST RESISTANCE RELATIONSHIPS. THERE YOU ARE WELL AWARE THAT not a whole lot that those folks don't need. Uke-

would be "" ACTION TO DO NOT PAIL TO AVAIL WILL SOON SE A CHANGE 1 IN THE COMFORTS" AND SECURITY wise a little literacy trslnlsg and lastrvctloala

only 2,624 TH THEM AS IT- YOURSCLP OP ..IOUT..O. THE ATTITUOEE AMONG PIOPLKVIN YOU ENJOY AT NOME ARE Aaerlcaa deaocraey wouldn't hurt. 'I' ''foes":

,registered injury.'r AS'VOU' OR PRO' PINION WHERE.. THEREAfDIPPlCULT 'GENERAL. YOU THC PRODUCTS OF A WISE MaiMCwy aad his Raiders on*"bit, s V

Lowndes : ADVISERS CAN QUESTION POSSISIIITY, ,01, SHOULD CIA PATIENTLY AND ORDERED FINANCIAL The Johnson anti poverty program is stillso

out of 1,900 ANY MONIES SPENT OP ANSWER.SPEAKING THE OUT OP TURN UNTIL CORROBORATIVC EVIDENCE MANAGEMENT |IT WOULD new that its provisions are' something, .-

2,250 or 118.4 IMPROVEMENT OP ASSUMES A MORE MAKE NO SENSE TO YOU of a mystery even to those entrusted with
neither of TECHNIQUES ,IS EVER PRESENT THEY CONCRCTC FORM. THOSE OP AT THIS STAGS, TO REVERSE its administration. But certain things

any registered EQUIPMENT MUST SS WATCHCD CLOSELY YOU WHO HAVE ALLOWED THIS OPINION. TIME stand out very clearly: it sees the causes
WHEN YOU ARC AGITATED OR
"Ranking BE CONSIDERED AS YOURSELVES. TO REPLACED WOULD NO DOUBT PROVE of poverty as being both widespread and
PRODDED SY INDIVIDUALS
government PROM IN A COMPROMISING' POSITION YOU TO BE 'INDISPUTABLY deep-rooted and
to attack the
proposes
WHO COULD" TAKE 'ISSUE
.
MAY PINS
IT ADVISABLE SHUT
minority"Mr. -NANGE POINT OP WITH YOU. THERE SEEMS TOIEANINCLINATION RIGHT YOUR CARS accordingly _.
lic education. ALTHOUGH TO START DOING TO ANY PROPOSITIONS THAT
THERE Is that the law : M* for setting
TO NEGLECT Another thing t
ciety In which SOME HEAVY THINKING REGARDING
SC ROOM ION 0- DO NOT TAKE THESE FACTORS
SOME OP YOUR DOMESTIC THC FUTURE CONSEQUENCES sows sbo-aaff poor folks os coaaltteea which
licies and 'IDEAS METHODS INTO CONSIDERATION.
depends upon SETTER NOT PRESS, RESPONSIBILITIES ,IN WHICH COULD BE I.70- *- -m are solas to raw the thing. Looking at the Jai

education. The WHEN YOU RUN PAVOR OPMORIWOSLDLYINTNESTS QUITE DISADVANTAGEOUS. coaalttM. we doa't see anybody yet wfto fits this

mitted to INDIVIDUALS -90-44-t7-lS-/ AQUARIUS description. Tbosih there art soa tier who ..-

izens ANYTHING NEW .IS 9-SMI-I4-4S-92I SCORPIOBorn Born Jan. 20th thru doabtdly have 'et the cake" of poverty la "the

UNTH I HIlA II.I. LEO Oct. 24th thru Feb 18th past, sad *o hsow a tblag or two about It Tier

of the way to -I 3-e.475 Born July 23rd thru Nov. 22nd THERE I50 LITTLE TO la BO ojaestloa but that they. art all tettlas their

such schooling Aug. 22nd THERE is .LITTLE TO ENCOURAGE RECOMMEND PERSONAL INITIATIVE chops regularly ao.. At least one real PO' boy to

And finally, YOU TO TRY TO DURING THIS OUAR- tide herd oa tbea woalda't hurt a thlag.le .

the two other 20th thru NOTHING BUT THC PERFECT Suck THE FORCE OF CIRCUMSTANCES TER THAT IT WOULD BE A have heard tell that some top attainatrators !-

tion or May 20th BLUEPRINT COVERING EVERY DURING THIS BETTER I IDEA FOR YOU TO of the antipoverty program in

racially YOU CAN GET YOUR- PHASE AND CONTINGENCY RATHER DEPRESSING QUARTER. TAil THE ROAD OP .LEAST Washington are being paid $22, 000 per year,

ties we have .. 'IN HAND, THAT COULD AISC WHEN OBTAIN THE REST YOU RESISTANCE. WHEN YOU ARC which is all right with us provided they

ernment to OP MAKING YOU REACH OUT VON SUCCESS NEED ADOPT HEALTHFUL' NOT SATISFIED' KITH THE do a good Job. But down here at the grassroots
WILL SERVE WHEN
YOU
REMAINS ON LIVING' HABITS. ATTENDTO QUALITY o* CONDITIONS' we bet that the JGX coamlttee would
SWING INTO ACTION, no
LID(. YOU SEEM 'YOUR 4UTISS IN THC OP THE ITEMS YOU MAY BESEEKING move \hole lot faster lf.lt had at least
OVER EVERY DETAIL TRY
Kite : [ UP IV THC IN- WAY THAT WILL BC SATISFACTORY REFRAIN FROM one feller on there who hardly knew where
TO DISCOVER" INHERENTSEAANESSES '
TO MAKE UP YOUR WITHOUT IMPOSING SPENDING MONEY. THERE his next meal was coming from.
WITH A VIEW ARE OTHER DAYS AND OTHER
OP THE "LACK UNDUE STRAINS 01: 'YOUR .
Kite
thin OP REPLACING THEM WITNPOOLPROOP
PLACES' WHERE YOU CAN
PROM THE ENDURANCE. ALTHOUGH YOU .
less and FORNULAS.AV01DPSEMATURE I =
ple have ... 'IN YOUR ROSTER MOVES THAT DO NOT SEEM TO BE MUCM LOOK FOR THINGS' THAT ARE A Frail ReedOne =

'. ALTHOUGH 'IN THC MOOD FOR PLAY ORLIOMTMEARTCD MORE SUITABLE.! BE SURE
years, it has WOULD" ONLY. OCCASION A
TO LISTEN WHEN YOUR CLOSEST
STRONG ROMAN. ANTICS, IT
paragraph in the
Asiatic LOSS OP TIME, ENERGY MO President's Pconomle
,IN YOUR COULD DO YOU GOOD TO TRYAND ALLY OFFERS SUGGESTIONS. deserves
religious PRECIOUS CASH. THIS IS Message more public attention than
', THC TIME REVERIE IT ONCE IN A IT MAY BC A
Chinese, NOT EXACTLY THC MOST PROPI it has been given. It is thisThe: technological -
GOOD POLICY TO PUT OFF
SEEM TO IE QUITE WHILC" THIS MAY EVEN revolution
la
veloped TIOUS MOMENT TO EMBARK transportation ,
TRIPS THAT TAKC TOO MUCH
ARRIVE' AT ANY BC NECESSARY WHEN YOUR
and large public and
For A LONG OR SHORT THIS private Investmentsin
OUT OP YOUR BUDGET.
UNDERSTANDING. LOVED ONES FEU DEPRESSED -
construction TRIP.' l) LESS THE MATTES our highways, railroads, airways, and
MAY APPLY TO THE ACQUISITION
BY THe CON POR ANY SEASON WHATSOEVER.
an art In IS REALLY VIIII"T, IT ItWISC waterways, have greatly altered the nature
THAT, WHEN THC WHILE. YOU PIn OP NEW OBJECTS
The process TO LOll A DAY OR of our transportation system. Our national
AS
WELL.
MOMENT DOES AR- AN OBLIGATION TO PERFORM
try. But the TWO. transportation policy should be revised
.SS5IH1.n5PISCES!
are bringing WILL SE LIT 5-<<>-n.II-US47 YOU DUTIES TO THE lilT to reflect these changes, 'particularly by
of high INTERVENE' IN ITS OP 'YOUR ABILITY, YOU placing greater otpbasis coapetltloa
DEVELOPMENT. VIROU ARC ENTITLED TO SOME
and private initiative in
number of Born Peb. 29th thru interstate trans .
$- -i1S Born Aug. 23rd thru CONSIDERATION WHEN YOU
portation. fair and
Te should all March 20th adequate user fees for
hazards in S.Pt. 22nd DO NOT QUITE' MEASUREUP inland waterways oar Federal airways and
THC CONSERVATIVE COURSE
.
TO THC CURTIONS INVOLVSO.
child should 21st thru A STRICT' ACCOUNTING THAT YOU SHOULD" HAVE our Federal-aid highways will improve equity -
MAKES GOOD and efficiency : ':
"DOTTS" of PRICND1, AS 'in"1krnseoftie':
: June 21st MOO-M-14-as-tta MAM YOU OWN) DURING THE .
Don't use THE OLD SAYING IOU.TN.. public resources."
PREVIOUS QUARTER SwOUL I
ARC NOT TOO MANY
twine with "II roi YOU TO MEANS PAVING UP BILLS. SAGinAUCS .AOMCREB TO EVEN MORE Mr. Johnson is in agreement with his I.-
Don't fly a ON THEIR DUI DATES AND mediate predecessors la of
Born flee.The
VOICI MCARD Nov. 23rd thru STRICTLY' DURING THIS case of
or tall. MEETING AIL' OTHER OBLIGATIONS the waterways,
psrtleolsrly.
'. EVEN IIT it, Dec. 2lst ONE. Tc SIMS INHERENT shows the
Dont fly a PROMPTLY AND need for quick action. The inland
IN SPECULATION ARC RATHER otter
WHOM YOU* WORDS THE ATTITUDES. or (T.T-
or near ARC NOT WITHOUT DEMUR'ING. WHEN ODE WITH WHOM YOU COME PRONOUNCED." II' carriers enjoy totally free use of facili
becomes & THIS REMIT BECOMES NECESSARY ties provided and financed by the
YOU ARC WIUIN4.AMBMA0YTO public
PAY THEM MUCH AT IN CONTACT. ARC LIRCLV
IT WILL" PAY ""'D- Uterway spokesmen leas
leave it there << ACCEPT TNC COllie CJte oa aa article la*
.
THIS LEAVES YOU TO BC SOWSWMAT TOO UN.
or in any Sort DIVIDENDS' THEPORMOPCXTtNOCO CES OP DOING OTMStWISE.T corporate In the northwest Ordinance of
CHOICE BUT TO FALL PREDICTABLE rot VOW TO
down. caUl IS. EY CANNOT BC IGNORES.NO 1787 which says that the waterways are
THE ACTIVITIES OP TAKE ANY UNNECESSARYCHANCES.
Don't run THC MICE TO SET GOING "COBSon highways and forever fr..
.
MATTES HOW MUCH PRfS- .
pet THING SEEMS IT MAY K BETTER
flying a kite. ON SOMC EMI KAU PROJECTS SURE ANYONE MAY K PUTTING without any tax.impost or duty therefor* '
CERTAIN' IT IS
TO SPEND AS MUCH
Don t fly a YOU HAVE BEEN PLANNING ON YOU. YOU MUST tat this Is a frail reed. The &iprea! Court
MANY AMONG YOU YOURSELP
TIM AS YOU CAN BY -
ether you / ANY TALENT SHOULD .( SUPPRESSED TO EVALUATE" TNC BECIDE TO ASSUME THAT held la 1SJS. thit the clams ". .has
terfly or one POR A WHILE" GO AS NOT YOU OWN MORE. MBCBATCINCLINATIONS reference to their navigation la their
SHOULD 'INVES TRENDS. WITN A 'ICW OPMOUSING
from the THE POSSIBILITY TO COMPROMISE YOU DAN.ICE OUT JUST HOW ARC MUCMMORC natural state. It did act conteaplste that
Don'ts" OP success. THESE that such navigation might sot be
.' IT TO '10" ,- YOU MAY PIT IN WITH TMCM .0 TC CT"I. T>CSC lac raved
the difference .. WILL" II MORE PSOI SINSIVINTUAIIY. LATE ON. ARC SJGNS "'AT"" 11uan by artificial .......ror, outlays cause*

sible serious PEEL TWC .((e OPlAGCa by such works the State say exact reasonable

* oUoI&-Ue7S1 S-to-Uel I5 52.311T 7-G-UoI.-.7Q LIVING OUMTEtS tolls.'* And this Is BO aaall mat
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. llit. FLORIDA SUI PAPERS sunm APRIL 17. III!

I Rev.-Dallas Graham To Narrate Friendly Baptist Preparing Per future Assignments


Easter Drama Al Mt. Ararat Slates Events FI L G MT i CHURCH

1,1 f<.,Doikth nd Resurrection" portrayal scenes Services Sunday In

of 'Voter talking the water" and the ''La e Man Friendly Baptist Church

Being |fuelo.t| t." will be featured In the first actor begin with the sunrise NEWSNEW

the eiual Raster drama wnlch is scheduled Sunday service at Little Talbot
Ir. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church during the ereuiu -
,
"Lr\'lCO. ._.'._..'dduddUU.................__.. Island. The motorcade
will leave the church at iIT' .
The llftt of Jesus fn>noarly assisted by Arthur Goodman 5 a... and the BCD will

biyhood and HCHICS and Mrs. Earth Harper -' serve Breakfast at 8 -. GALILEE--
wliorc lu nadoHis triumphant .
a.a. in interest of Services Sunday In New Gslllee Baptist Church,
) entry into Jerusalem The presentation will Men's Day. Sunday School i 425 Woodlawn A re. ,will begin with the sunrise service -

I'll! bu depleted be cliaaied with the begins at 9:30: a....witb k at 5 o'clock at United Baptist Church The

In th>> amend. act, according "Crucifixion and Res- Superintendent Nathaniel b r .e pastor and members of Galilee will have charge

t. Mrs. Hazel aurrection" scene with Brooker in charge. Rev.B.H. .. with
Sunday School begins st 10 a Superintendent
twos d1 recto r. 250 people as ambers of
Reynolds .
Hartley, pastor
1 Sarah Strickland In charge Rev. J.w. Carter
Climaxing the drana In the cast. Narrator for a
will give the review. lesson. Morning service
the
pastor will review at
the third act will be the program. will be Rev. Morning service will beheld !:;-'f. ,.
__ 11 o'clock. Choir 2 and usher Board 2 will serve
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"'DIe Adul tress and HerAenuserd' Dallas J. Or ah an, pas !;
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at 11 O'clock. The '; ,} .. .w At 3 P..., the rally will terminate. A program
and'tazrus" tor. .. f
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Sunday School will present will be presented. At 9 p.... evening service

the beggar who was the Walters Memorial the Easter prograaduring :.. ,ff.-. .... -NCT HOPE LEThe -.

brother of Mary and Martha the BTU hour with -:6:, 'o Easter Sunday in New' Hope AME Church will be

and a. friend of Activities Slated Deacon Jesse My rick in .,*.. ; ..., v observed at 3 p..., according to Rev 1.... Tyrus,

Jews. charge lj,.J :\. III pastor. The services begin with the Sunday School
Choir of falters ,
Background; music will 2 prayer aeeting and] : J. It. Hendersonin
Memorial Church left rd.ard "" at i: 30 with Superintendent
will
be rente red by the combined AWE Bible study will be held ONE HUNDRED and five students Waters College caapue the second: se- charge. A question and answer period will be

choirs with Matthew meet for rehearsal.Saturday at 2 p.a. Tuesday\ at 7:30: pand ester to engage In teacher internship over the state. This will bring the total held. Morning service at II o'clock. At 5 P...,

0. McCoy in char- The sunrise choirs 1 and 3 will rehearse number of Interns from Edward Waters college to 140 for the school ,..r. league hour and at 6:30 p..., evening service

ge. Mr. McCoy will be will serviceSunday Wednesday evening. The second: semester group will I be scattered over 10 counties with Duval having Choir 1 and Usher Board 3 will serve.

Greater Payne AME O'clock. Sunday begin Schoolat at 9 Choir 2 will rehearse more than 70%. The counties and their assignee numbers are:; Madison Suwannee. Monday at 5 P. ... the Easter Egg Hunt will be

0:30: .... with Miss Thursday evening and Taylor and Volusla one each; Nassau 2: Baker 4; Clay and Pain Beach 5; St. held. Tuesday\ at 7 P... there will be teachers

Plans Men1 Day Amy Morel and la charge. teachers letting la Prl John 12. and Duval. 70. for Duval Schools new stanton and \. Lewis lead with meeting, and at t p.*., clsss ... .

service at day at 7:30 p. .. Toe revival ,S eachSchool; us and Northwestern follow with 4 each; John & Pord, Matthew W.GilbertForest .-SECOND!' BETHEL"
Morning 11
Greater Payne /ji Church hour will be held
O'clock with the pastor Park. Bethune 'lenentary 3 each; test Jacksonville. DougiamAndermon Services Sunday in Second Bethel Baptist Church
held a meeting with Rov. at 3 p. .. Sunday in Isaiah Blocker, Rufus E. Paine. Pine greet and Start Pope Livingston .. .
in charge. At 3 P... ,tne will begin with the Sunday School at 10 with
to
R.A. King pastor Easter program till be Magnolia Baptist Church. 2 eachMU; Heraan. Moncrlef :1w. Susie E. Tolbert George f. Carver Oakland. Superintendent H. Moss in chafge. The Bible verse
organize fur the annual Arlington and Stanton vocational 1 each (Photo by lermn' Studio *
presented Evening: service a ) b.pnaI th the letter 'T4." 'n. ff.8. Murray,
Men' s Day ceUbrntlon.
at 7:30 O'clock. Church Of God pastor will review the h.. ... Morning serv ce
Selected to head the
up
celebration were David Usher Board 1 and Choir New Redeem Second Baptist Honors PlannedFor at 11 o'clock. Consecration>> service will be held

1 will serve with Mrs. In Christ Holding la the annex. Easter exercises are scheduled for
general
Praser. as
Jr.
coalman and Vernon E. Vera J. Rogers at tbe Baptist lists Presents Pageant Rev. E. JonesMrs. 3 P..., with the youth In charge
console. State Convocation! --BRHCL BAPTIST--
King co-chalraan. The Dawning, a Gladys Csson Is
Tuesday at 7 p.m. Events Services Sunday la B tbel Baptist Church South-
The Rev. Mr. King baa The 44th annual aessi% Coming pageant of the Reesurrection serving ss general chairman -
dais and prayer aeetlng. side will begin with the ftinday school at I: 30
emphasized importance of the State Holy Convocation will be presented for the welcoming
.... Morning service at o'clock and evening
11
of the celebration to At S p. the Rev IIr.ROI.r. of the Cnurc rvlces Sunday in NewXcdtea April 18 by the reception tonight (Prl
has asked the service at 9 o'clock. Rev. David Johnson
the Indebetd- Baptist Church pastor
liquidate day for
4 of God In Christ 'n'.- youth andcoablned choirs ) Rev E. Jones,
1 ness of the church. choirs and members to.cco.panl era Florida, la convening begin with the Sunday of Second Baptist Church pastor at New Bethel Mil will preach and. Choir 1 will serve throughout the

included In the present him to Varlck in the Church of School at 9:30: a... Rev during the evening ser Church which is sponsored day. Prayer Meeting and teachers meeting will beheld
facilities ore the church Memorial AWE Zion In E.I. Norman, pastor vice. by the officers Tuesday at 7:30 p... Choirs 2 and 3 will rehearse -
Sh.leand
God Audltorlua.
and an educational interest of the renovation Blue streets, with will review the lesson The psgeant deplete the and members of the Wednesday at 1:30 P..., and 0:30 P..., under -

building. prograa. Morning service at 11:30: church. direction of M. Mccall.DFLAMD .
Bishop '.R. Nesbltt sr. feeling of persons who .
presiding prelate in O'clock Choir 2 anduih.r were with Jesus during Other chained areMrs.; BAPTISTHceco --
Board 3 will serve .ing Day will be observed Sunday in Del and
Willie
charge. His last days and per- Mae Johnson Mrs.
, \ "Photography With A Stylo1One The session began Tuesday with Mra. Fannie Jackson He appeared to after the Helen Hawkias, Mrs. Baptist Church sweetwater beginning with the

..1' and will continue In charge of the music Resurrection, it was an- Olivia Harrell and Mrs. Sunday School at ft 30 ......ith Deacon Oscar Jones
The Easter program will Alberta Morris A 8r.ln charge The lesson will I I be reviewed by Rev
r through Sunday. Each nounced. prograawill
be beld at 3 p... be presented beginning J.C. nnDe,. Consecration service at II o'clock
district superintendent The leading roles are
District S will Beet at with devotions by Jeaoons Jackson Henry and Jasper
st 1:3IJ O'clock.
is representing his district the "Centurion. portrayed
4 P.M.i in the home of A parsonage shower will Kirce. eeraoa by the pastor. At 3 P... the Bun day
and each pastor by Samuel Washington -
junell Holmes E. 27th School will present the Raster Program. (Evening
also be held at this
the delegation from the ; "John by
church. St. District 7 meets In Emerson Thompson jr. ; U... service at. o'clock. Deacons James Smith and

the hone of Mrs. Viola The Prank L. Willises Thomas Urn la charge of the devotion.
District sup'erlnten- "Rhods. by Cynthia .
Smith on E. 26th St. Chorus set with the Rev. -rttXDOM BAPTIST-
Kendricka Magda-
dents are: Elder Louie ; ry
Sunday School coawjencea Sunday la Predoo Baptist
)
District
6 meets at S
Mr. Jones and elected J
Hart, Orlando District; line b1 rankle Taylor
) P. .. at the church. ." officers for the new Church. 193$ Tulee at. at 10 av>-ltb Dtscos
and
,1 Elder R.L. MCL Od. Gulf 'he Lose Man by
: r Cout District; Elder R.B. District s will also Heuston Jackaon 7 ur. They are: p.J. John H. Rogers la charge It 11 a.... Joint Raster
meet at the church. Even- Wllllaaa, president service will be held la Mt. Pleasant Baptist
1 Belford Ocala District The Apostles are portrayed ;
lag service at 6 O'clock.The Willlaa D. Cannon vice Church choir 1 of rre.lb.111 serve, and Rev
f Stop Shopping For All ; Elder John Brown.St. by Harold Carmichael -
will John L. will be the
Petersburg District: pastor preach Walter Randall president; Mrs. Olivia Montgomery pastor speller

Your Photographic NeedsEMERSON'S Elder W..1. Davis, Tampa the seraons. Douglas Hall. Willie Harrell. secretary: ; ollie Rev. A.B. Reed Is host pastor.
Men's Day will be observed Jackson.assistant; Louie April 29, the Home Mission Board will .have. charge -
District; Elder Reese James Bush James Mason.
of the service la rrH 1,.. Muatgoaery. -
April 29. Prayer < Mrs. Msrjerle
Daniel Troy. Scenic LeePlttsanMatthew w.jones. treasurer Mrs.
PHOTO SUPPLY Brown pal Bet to District:
meeting Tuesday at 7:30 Hubbard. I.L. Bryant organist; pastor has lavttH all aisaioasry boardsto
Elder a P. Nesbltt. East
P... with Deacois C.H. attend.JU.MOTW.
Burton Bellaay, chaplain
1817 Coast District and Elder Solomon Jones, Walter
N.
MYRTLE
AVE. Salth and Lee Blocker In -- BAPTIST"
and
P.P. Donaldson Jr. .
Mute ressley, Jacksonville Lee Louis Mitchell and
charge. reporter. Rev. Willie Birgesa. pastor of JuMacton. Baptist

(Opu Sundijj, By AppoiitniBls! ) Preaching District.is conducted Deaoonvaa Boards | and 2 Dallas Cook and VlrOnla paaelaHstsMtld and It. Canaan Baptist Churches. will deliver the

will 1 celebrate their anniversary District Ushers seasons for the. revival service la o-un1t1 Baptist
Thomas will the
each night also pene- give
Phone 354-3212 Wednesday st Church. beglsnlng Naa.tay and contlaalsg
prologue.
costal and
group singing.g a P... at the church. Music will be renderedby Union Sponsors throat ....1eI.,. ,... J.'I. Jones, pastor.

Little Rock Baptist the coabtae choirs Musical EventThe -'nUNUL BAPTIST--

seder direetloa of Service Sunday lahassel Baptist Outre ttegia

Observe Women Day Charles T. Msiwell and District ushers. with the Sunday School at f:30: .... with fturerlstendwt .

g 1824 W. BEAVER Sunday April 18lh Albert Henderson. The Calon. Auilliory to the. fI.oUi.1 la charge
East Plorida end.
Cost will consist of 100 Bethany
! --"'. TAIOI BAPT1T"
-- Little Rock Baptist Baptist Association.willsponsor
EMERSON youths' and will be sponsored Mt
Tabor Baptist Chare services Sandy tegla
Church women will observe SB "Afternoon
by the Youth Council
with the Sunday School at tJO: .... wti taper
"
830C their annual day of Music. ia Little
SS TAYEuanoh
of the church.
latfMi. it James Ian pr.eidiae 4l 10: n ....
April |$. beginning with Rack Baptist C..rc"Alrll

: rottm the Sunday School with Friendly Weslside 29. beglnnlag at

ror Mrs. Lettie Hicks as 3 p... HOUEY'S BARBECUE
chairman Ushers To Present The program will feature

Mrs. Clara Bell Jonesis choirs sad vocalists lAIIECIEli

HAM co-chalraan. and Mra. Scholarship Award frw tbe vsrlovs cnarcbes

SALE '.C. Mitchell will serve pr."hUouUl sad the. purpose of the rs-\s\\ (; ICIER
TWO
ss pastor for tbe day. event Is te crests Interest -
be made Sunday to two
Mrs. Flora Holloaaa In Christian Edueatiea \ IEEF
SWIFTS PREMIUM or HY-GRADE will be speaker st 11 atudente during the sssang stadeate la

M-16 LB. AVG. WT. a. .. sad Mrs. Barbara aoathly the. Prlendly revival westslde hour of the city. and to lasplresspport ri SIKH PMC !

Richardson Mrs. Elnora of cksreb. re*

WHOLE Clipper and Mrs. Cleae- Ushers Union. lated schools It was
HAM LI.45e tine Wiggins gsest The prograa. is scheduled anootia III. "un fill IllS ,

la Grant Meaorlal AVE
soloists Mrs. Willie Tie proceeds will be
BUTT PORTION D. Lucas la alstress of Cburcb. beglnnlag at gives Plorida Memorialtblleie CIIIIIPITATIESl. yN

49C ceresmnles. scholarship 2:4) p. .. A and$100.00 aUSBavlaga St. Aagttstlae.Waynon I I2S ,,..

soloists for the evening
Bond will be Chapel ARE St. Nisi* M. 1II. \
SHANK PORTION service are Miss Cora- r.--
LB.LB.. 39C lens Moore and Mra. MaryMealey presented, according to 2- a
president phllllp Alwact. Selects Cfciirmin Ionle


CENTER SLICES 89C Applied ChrisMy SeirHual. Temples, be. For Women's Diy H7I Ilif Reid LIUtH


-PresentsThe Miss Dorothy J, seal*

FRESH HAMS LI. 49C MM Of DeJirerwce From Coast To Coast .has..eraJ been chairman selected for the as

: aaaaol III...' Day eele-
FLA GRADE 'A1 LARGEEGGS RT. POPE W. SIMESII bratlca la Wayeo Cftepel Perfect Link

All Cftirth. Miss
Mel HeJ.
N.Y.C. illicit: Is co.dllr- lltilli yes Aid .

Doz.39CiL Ifcitiur leer Pietism Miy It, .... Test Pkjsiciu:
COM It tee members are:

T.riii. Hi Puir II fiii Asrear Fiitfc.It Progrea.Mlss D.J sly.
Mrs. N.J. Illlett. wrs.Beesls .
SAVE 10c DOZ.
Ahithdeoorotl... Mervon's Pharmacy
Cii h Siliii
.
Mrs. Nee koaalMS. irs.

NANAS IIUINt SEITICES liCITlY I '.1. Llstttte Earth Nspeleoa.hones irs Mrs Tin Prmritiii Pkirntf

10 faille Mae J cat las, iro.Plesste .
LB. Ijril 2Kb Tin 23ri Bell; flsosce.Mrs. 2112 I. ClfttiH in.PI544IS .

VlcterU jebaeoa.
FLA. GRADE A It 1131 ImiiU H.SNIIIBU ekalnsn ins..loam Davis, << list r1If1t..ij |.5.I5U

C llflCE IAIIT: 1 II ten Ti Km. Mra. catta Peeler Mrs.nelaa 11Nt
271TCI a1.;'. ICIt1..ra. t\t\\ I
FRYERS tn'n
Doris Heel Iron I.
3 p.1. Tl 7 ,... ckolnoa; MM EllsobwUPlejg I"Ith l Iftl,.
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TIE lit[ KXICIT Sill IN HIT It CIIHIU 4 At 413 III St. lilifiilUi Pint: 355.III! icGee. and Mrs. hankie "



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SATURDAY APRIL 17, 1SSS FLORiDa STAR PAPERS

State Treasurer Sigma Gamma Rho Observes Founders Day 8
NAACP Seeking Support
Seek Action Perish In


I :: For Voting Bill Amendments Against, Drivers In Slum. .

jourr in. :
strengthening Men,hents TALLAHA&XI: (l ?.cial)-- a dish fir
/ WASHINGTON-ThS'NAACP proposed by Mr. well aa in Federal state Treasurer Browaxdtllllana roan Blum hone
has urged Its nearly The House and ec tions; today issued a muffed out the
2.000 local units to BO- diciary .. of the pre stateside appeal to eistit snail diU
(Iblliz. support behind ooBpleted their bill's requirement every chorchaaa.! every efkarven in !
four anentaenta to the on the bill and prospective rust civic loader every U,.
I pending voting rights paring their apply to a at ate citizen to Join la a Mrs. Irene. .
bill. action by the before going to caipalgn toaeek leglalatlvo mother of se
I The aaendntnta were 'Senate. Federal registrar or action against,, 'vletlae, ...
proposed by NUCP Executive Testifying on to r.l.terE&ttDeSed ; drunk drivers. cape the bl
Director Roy nikias the NAACP and coverage of The State Trssaursr- with a H-jeer
In testimony before a tional registrar or euai Insurance Coaalssioaar Jlswi LH.
} .ubcoBBltteeof House filiated with elertton".s provisions of the declared ho will *ake Mrs. Katherine )
oj f Judiciary Coaaltt on ership COD to include all per every honorable effort S IS, who lived
j March 25. 11 Rights of wrongfully denied la every reasonable : L LOPAND Harris, was not
In a Bern ran dun to branches Is chain. sir. right to vote, re- forusi to give our sober, I Her cia eeke
this week, Clarence called for the !eas of locationand Innocent drivers an even .drlsn, sac
I B !\ILRUS ttTRTlIN-llrs' cleo S. Higgins (thlrd.fron right), Grand Baaileuaof -
IIUdlelJ, cUrector of the strengthening p Maxlsusi protection for chance to return hose to vIctlB to
Sims Ganna: Rho Sorority, Inc., entertains students from Palatka haring -
Association's Washington to the bin: voters and their loved ones when blue.
a reception following the) sorority's observance of Founders' Day st Flo -
"'rnu. called upon thai Total registrants they aust take to the Altogether,
rids MM University, Soror Higgins wss the guest speaker for the progran and
fo urge their Senatorsand the poll tax ah.t economic and hlghwaya." ren and two .
U instructor of Digital/ and HunanittM at St. John River Junior College in
Aepresentativ.s In quirement for ,. Intlaldation llllaaa said lit has sided in the
Palatka.] shown her, left to right, are: Vivian Allen, Walter Junior.Shirley, /
f Congreaa to He for the state and local I coercion. hid "a rising tide o.reIlPOD. tar paper ".
, A. fialth. Charlene VillisBa, and Urgl 1.. fisher FAMU students troll ,allth.
.. to his appeal house" located
Yrs Higgins; Mrs I.B. Will hI" and Miss Toaessna Oreene, also of pal IU..
Cancer Caused Air Force Recruiter Cites for tile alcohol chealcal related and un
test law which will bs ted area kno.n
F, Several Deaths changes For Reenllstees introduced during tb.e.rr.lt $4.5 MILLION GRANT TO NEGRO EDUCATION lout,
LegislativeSession. The trade )
Last year January NF! YORK-(NPl) -The business and Induatry. help aotivate culturally started by
through Oeceaber. 1984. Sweeping new changes for re-eollstees In the U.S. To those who questionthe Ford Foundation has an The Boat recent series disadvaatagedhigh children ph,
there were 4.341 deaths Air Force prior service pro gran wers announced fairness of tile proposal pounced further steps of grants includeIn ; school students with utell..,
la Dual County> 'These today Sergeant Bill Koentgkraaer of the Jacksonville ho said the Isplledconssnt to help overtone the educational .- Durban, N.C. a college potential and au tho rl'U es.

deaths were attributed Air Force Recruiting .Office.During .........................................-. law will go handicaps of school-iBprovenent center help then correct gaps Tier are no
to forty.lIbt diseases .n 9 9.9 9. further to protect the children from poor and In which schools, ill their education. dranta in the
and causes. recent Bonths, prior service progran ia Innocent against false culturally disadvantage colleges, universities, The ne publicationyet eater Mad to
Of these forty-sight accessary restrictionshave wide open charges then It would to fad I lea-Negro and whit, and local antipoverty untitled, will be pub- four sites by
held
causes, cancer took the the progran to Prior service personnel ferret out offenders The fsrreecMng pro- agencies join forces Halted bl-Bonthly or Both Mrs
lives of 110 cltlseas of certain exclusively fro all 1 branches of Us The Coaalasloaer said gran will be financedby --A new Bagailne, to quarterly. It will follow Mrs. Halltna
Duval County nil represents needed electronic specialities Armed Forces, baring experience 'all too often ee hear foundation grants be-published by the the SUM traditionof porttdljr .
>> Bore than is and only all.- In ore than! or read where a citizen totalling118,000.. .Southern education Re- factual, objective to Dependent
percent of total deaths 310 skills, are now eligible Involved la an accidentIs WO ,IC.tnt of the new parting Service covering reporting without advocacy relief.
for the year.Tnese to apply for re.dIlU.nt. alstaksaly believedto grants cue on the heelsof the iapnvenent of Staffed by three Funeral .."1
statistics were Orals de- h* drinking, when the a U, 190,000 foundation education for culturally fuItlBe writers, It viettBS were
obtained by the Florida tenlnatloa elll largely fact la that lit say be drive to divert Bore dlssdvantaged Southern will! report oa effortsto Tuesday 1I
Division of the ABsricsa depend oa skills, si- soffertsg froa shock Negroes to careers IIItutu. children overuse the handicaps / church' near h.
cancer society froa provisional perlence and length of from some sslguresptlspsy. ... These grants t-ln Baltimore, a pro of disadvantage 'THe children
data recently tine out of service la or a siallar include 1100,000 to the ,rill for training teach touUisrn 'Negro and white Harris err .
supplied by the Florida Ian, casts, they will 1 be condition, National ,uitan League to ere specially attuned to pupils and students.Contributors as:
Stats Board of .Health. able to enlist la the "Through us* of the give faculty sobers. of the needs of pupils tram till In- Deborah, U..
According to 1.... Peter grade held st tics of chsulcal tilt that per Negro colleges first depressed neighborhoods, duds edutstors and II; OlorU! ?,
'oa, [Executive vice discharge, son's actual condition hind knowledge of de* "In several parts of others In addition to 4i: Robin, 4;
president of the So* Itsd seeker of prior Re-enlistees sill fled would bo learned, and velopvents and current the country.aa expansion and, LIt r I. tltU-
oltt,' Division office srvlceaea were able a side choice of assign ,ro.,' trsatBeat could e aploysent! practices, of of susner Institutes to (Omtlausd oa pigs 10'] "t.a,
la Taapa these vital to rt-enlist la the Air Beats, with base. of be 11'ea." r __
statistics have sot bees Fores, but scoordlni to choice guaranteed/ oa a. Coaalssloasr lllllaaa
released to aura people.> Sergeant Koenlghkraasr vail able vacancies Sues aid .*.e have received
Rather they are pre- this restriction has now direct overssss aaeiga I treat response to our
(Continued oa pare 10) bass rsaoved. sal theMANUEL'S Beats art ales BOW a' stand favoring Passaic
fill abl e. of aa lapllsd coaseat 25"l
The new Air Force pra las which la eeeeate
TAP ROOM
,r. and Its broad ohaa provides that any driver
gss will be a booB to. ta Florida would have UPER MARKET
626 West Ashley .aIIJ toner service peraoanel issued his or her ooa-
who have long eat to take a chealeal

Presents Nicely Entertainment sought theirusllltsry a say to ctreers.latertttel coat lavs. aa test"tor.where...requested.' officer by O'Uf SUHOAY AT DGEW08D AHa AYE I nOM I 1M. TO 7 1RM.

1'rn"tr tJ should contact persoaa*ergsatKosuigkraner tssssac aa a prs.of rsqastts his or her for SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE 8

One Leg JOEThe at the UrForcscniltlagOfflc lleeassTvea. .

T rrl11 amTennessee then the driver AZALEA SUGAR
la too I4< of the! *.... caa refuse to take ouch
tows Post Office .Bull ..th. t te.t.S t. the result CURED SMOKED BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE
.. to deteniiae their that the llcease wosldsstoBstlcslly
lattviiua! Tiallflc* revoked "
On Hron4PLUS Onl"
lions nielldMllty for The' CoMtaalfraer polatsd -
MllstBsnt It tie Rite act that the proposed SHANK
tales. Air rbrt.NAACP *. bill all... a choice of HALF HAM
several typos of proves
FRANK LEGREE rOn fight
tests. sad that th* per
rnr.m soa to be tested caa re.
To Save Cobb guest that his or her 12 to 14 LBS.
..
'T'J'"til\1 t 'elne1zy JIt ..""Inn eta pkyslclaa give the
At.S,TL 6*. "Tie B/UCP/ test sr B* preststwhile 39
EXT TAaFfXT NIGHTLY fight to ektala jsstUe It Is belie gives. QUART
far prestsa Cobb, 00" lllllaas salt the I- LB. 39
S P.M. 2 A.H. taste1 for the sllegHasrtfer piled eesstst atstsrthss
of a white sea bees atsptet la
over three years s.e ether states, aid that
7et still MStlsses ss felssttoney It hae bet afflr.4 .*
filed a so tit* several ccaalss ss i
for a ae* trial ...ntltl..l FLA.GRADE A
Taw ye,tB use OM-UtH He CoMletleser said .
fer the set .c lleeA cc he Is "a fir believer SMALL
rll I fer the elajlagf la the Costtltstlessl
his 'I..r.ellBloyer en. bights of every AstrlcsAast FAB
rrasfc Cleaa that belief eiIssts -
BUMS. sal eel states ted t* th* csrefel EGGS
U life hrl-.I. weber Issoctat trlveraat
The erlitsal convlttle peteetrla ta* aeee
drew a death sttttse user street Bat highways REGULAR *
then the hoy was sly II la i.rsalt *f a heel 25 DOZENIN
rests ell Toe ease hoot et hapflieee SIZE
tAlcft tree .,,14.1" ... He declared that lee 33
teat tea .e.aese of his tragedy of the trasstrlter
y.ath, has been fesglty Is that he hsrts CARTON ,
the BAACF throats others the' are hel.!etthefer
several state .o rts Isclsltsg hiss 5 e sect reBeaker -
aa appeal U tie that probably
0, a Suyreae Overt, half u. a. toO Flsrltlsat U. S. GOOD III STEAK u
At the Use of his ... she ere hi llet la
victlea teergia la* per traffic ssclteats a..,
silted eietstles of year ere la the rust GRADE A HENS u.
cklUren ss ,..sg as9 They sere laaestat efwrsagialM. '
years. 'The la* ear sat1sespestly : yet they ore "
GREEN POLE TEAMS u.
KEN KNIGHT revised Ml .eat TENDER
the BlalM MS set st 'ASle far lo our

Invltci You To Listen To- It.Male lot.sewllJCF( IsetiMe eetrlMtlsg. alstel fetter... ia s McKENZIE FRESH FROZEN IAIY LIMA lEANS t .to II. ,us.

attorney la the S.... their "MU, "
w .. IIG lAND hsrd-ftsgkt ...., nag tllllBss ssit B rt.rt CLOROX BLEACH uir linn
able to overtara tie free th* tetrtvelltssOat
rtslaal sMvlctloath .. Cssty c restrsffls
"DANCE PARTY" gr...* that aegrM for nee resestytsr PILLSBURY FLOUR sus. ,
; ... been systeajstlcallys tlstl**. that M
lB,H free J rise. iajuoer percent of th* treflsfstslltlee GREEN GIANT NIIIETS COIN 2 u II. cm
Rite IUI U 12.11: C:.waty Mere U* latslvisg a
yBt. WM first trie. sidle veatele *r peteetrteas -

Situlij I ,.., II I2H: I.*. The' .....< trial, sis were beat wfMttffsy FARMHOUSE FROZEN FRUIT PIES
by aa all-wilte jsryfs t* hat alwfcelIsttesrstei
.s4 Ua aallty a.< h* of are ,*r> wit. nut. nUll rum sin
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:: FLORIDA STAR PIPERS SATURDAY APRil 17, IDES l .


Jacquelyn Fort ACE League Sigma Gamma Principals In B-CC Alumni DayDATTCNA "ThespI s On Parade"" Features -:



Featured In Meet PostponedDirector A.W. cottrell Rho Sorority Douglas :Anderson. ,Debaters :.


Gospel Sing of the ACE: Leagues AME Presents ShowThe '"Thespian.oa'parade" will be presented by the

Church, has announcedthat Douglas Anderson High School Debating Club Monday

Jacquelyn Inez Fort along the regular Christian annual financial beginning at 7:43: P... ........................

with the Gospel Endeavor Hour and and cultural project of TWO one-act plays will Lou ; Barbara DeVeaui andO'Hara
Ui e non thly th service Gamna Davis as Mr. and
will you Sigma Rho Sorority
Echoes sponsor a t be featured 'love Hi tsIUbur.
progrsa Easter Sunday has been postponed until Is given under the nameof and "OaD, Mrs. Msiwell and June

1I1 t.Aprl1 18. entitled April 25 Instead of Sun "Rhomanla" and this I vats > sters Over Harl e.. Williams as Connie.

day. year Gamma Omicron Sigma ti "Gangsters Over Harlem
'
ospel Singers On Parade \' The symposium on The

/' The postponement Is be- Chapter will present .'. It). Profile of the New Negro ," by Randolph Fd-

Mispress: of ceremonies cause 0 f the Easter pro- their first "Rhomsnla." .If la a capsule course moods of PANT, will star

for the occasion will be grans in various churches The sorority has chosenas ", Wr. in Negro History. Appearing Gloria JohnsonasTrilie;

the First Lady of Gospel Sund..,. its theme and has in the symposiumare Ronsld Davis as Prank;

Songs. Mrs. Ethel Davenport He also announced that several girls competing Barbara DeVeaui. Clarence Anderson as

Bannister. The Dean the leaguers throughoutthe for the title of "Jun. Jeanette Miller, Matte Earl: Elmer Hartley asBlackle

of Hostesses will be state are engaged In lorMlssSprlng Fantasy"and Scott Brenda Mannings. and Samuel Norria -

Mrs. Thelna Edwards. a financial drlre to contribute Wlss Junior Rho i Paulette lIerri tt, Bern e- as Harry.

Appearing on the program to the buildingfund manias, L. dette Turner Josephine

will be the Gospel at EWC.CLUB. Participating on the : Wanton Msrva Taylor EWC Dean

Echoes, The Bivens Specials non-competitive basis 1 June llllaa and Clarence
Gives Dotes ForSIIIIIII'
The New Bethel NEWSThe are Stanton Vocational Anderson C. Len-

Ensemble, The Triumph SchoolGretel and Gertie BEACH RIDA-More than one-hundred over Ir atea returned w wood Lee is director.

Holiness Church Gospel Brotherhood of Dance School Cronetts, campus for Annual Alumni Day. From left are: Mrs. Ernestine talker Alechua 'Tore Hits Wilbur SessionThe

("110 ru a, 'Ib e Angelic Spiritual Y-Teens, New Stanton County whose chapter won the trophy for being the Alumni Chapter of the fear; comedy by Donald Pay
Citizens Club will celebrate summer school session
Senior and the
singers The Junior their 12th anniversary High Mrs. Louise B. roster. Can ford, Florida who won the Alumni of, the Tear award; ton will feature. Winston at Edward waters
Choir of the First Tim- Marastatlsum Cloud Dr.John W. Nixon Alumni speaker; Mr. John S. Prink, president of the National Dixon as Wilbur;
Sunday April 25at College will begin with
othy Baptist Church, Mra.. .. The schools competingon Alumni Association, and Mr. Carver A. Portlock Executive secretary of the National Mary Smith as Virginia;
3 in the youth
p. level registration June 10-11
the
junior high
Mary Nealy, Little Mary Alumni Association Joyce Grant ss Betty
Center 29th and ChaseStreets. acm rdin a to an announcement -
Kathy Brown, The Sunbeam; are: Darnell-Cookman
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Rev. Dallas J. by Dr. J.A. Espy,
Spiritual andmalY Junior High Northwestern St Luke
singers Baptist WEDDINGBELLS
0 rah an pastor of Mt. Socially SpeakingBy Dean of the College, and
Junior -
other singing groups High, Douglas
Ararat Baptist Church director of the summer
Has Easter
Anderson Junior Program
of the city. The public High
will be the speaker.The Imisi Giiiyari school.
Is cordially Invited. Jacksonville Beach Junior -
Samuel C. Jones 440 W.
public Is cordially Along with the regular
Die Sunday School De- week
High Baldwin Junior A significant social event of the put was Monroe St., 22 and Maxine
invited to attend. High, and James Weldon partnent of Et.Luke Baptist the marriage ceremony uniting Lottie M.Jones and Cruse,040 W. Monroe St. courses there will be ,
-BIRTHS- Mrs Nadine Oil pa an is Church will presentIts three workshops. These I
Johnson Junior High William M. "Bill" Broadway, performed April 10
chairs; Miss ElizabethBest The Phi Jos, an auxiliary Easter program Sun in First Baptist O1urcb.Th. Reverend C. B. Valley 21.David workshops will carry ,
P.Abynathys Newark
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BORN 10 co-chalnan; Mrs. group of Sigma day at 5:30: P._., in the officiated. threethours cnd!t.
: N.J., 21 and Bar.
financial
Leila Poole
Gamma Rho Sorority are church auditorium Among witnesses to the ceremmy were Mrs. C. B. bara J. Wheel The workshop for 'ftur-
er Newark
Mr & Mrs. waiter Dennis secretary and George working dllllgently with Introduction of mis Dailey daughter of the bride, and Evelyn Jasmin, N.J. 19.Samuel sery and Kindergarten
.
Henry president.The Rducatton'runs from
1427 Morgan st. Boy ... the corers and contest tress of ceremonies, nelce of the bridegroom Gene Maddox ,

Mr. ft Mrs Elmer Datson,. Gateway Civic and ants. The Phllos are James Taylor; mistress The Broadways are .home at 1450 Van Burea Street 2302 Palatoi St. 23 and June :21-July 9. and has

4317 Trenton Dr. .8. .Boy.Mr listed. follows: Mr. of ceremonies, Miss Doris until the middle of May when they will tour the Josephine sawyer 5210 as Its purpose the development
Social Club held Its
& Mrs Richard Hill, last meeting in the home Amanda Parker.Mrs. Janet Armstrong other participants Northeast visiting relatives and friends in Connecticut Rita Ave, 18. of a better and

1631 W. 26th St. Girl. of Mrs. Liberia Bailey Willlans, Mrs. Susie are: Willie and "Massachusetts. Upon their return to Tyrone A. Cook, 1930 E. understanding of,

Mr ft Mrs Arthur Dow- at which tine'dell clousrepast Baker Ruby Johnson Lee Daniels, Cynthia the state, they will spend the remainder of the 20th St. 21 and Janice greater sensitivity to I

dell 1515 Francis St. Mrs. Helen Bruce Mrs. Crafton Deborah Dan suomer at their Pernandlna Beach be... D. Johnson 1010 PearlSt. the three four end fiveyear -
was served. I
Girl The next meeting will be Julia P. Gilmore, Mrs. idle Windy Glover Kenneth . . ., 19.Pblllip. old child.. I ITh.IIQJ1I..op
Mr ft Mrs. willlaa Bald- Gertrude Harrison Robinson Alfonso for"Teadr
Mrs.
held Monday, April 19th H. Williams,
win, 3219 Haines St. Boy. at the home of Mrs. Au Jennie V. Crockett Mrs. CraftonJackie Araatead Nan Fletcher entertained members of Kevinettes 1435 Franklin St..20 and ers of FJementsry Science I
Mr. ft Mr*. Cunnings Ann McGee, Mrs.Irene Avis Campbell Detty Bridge Club last Saturday evening In her Durkee ," runs from July 12-
rilla _. Lucille J.
Carter 1519 coney, 1539
Jacobs 1247 W. 16th St. Jerkins Mrs: Llllle Seabrooks, James Belcher Drive hoe Frances Johnson was guest player. July 30. and Is designedto
26th St. at 8 P.m. The Van Buren St. 19.
Boy Mae HamiltonMrs. Elizabeth Wynn Den, Marion Scoring high la the bridge session were Dorothy provide a selected
president is asking all Kenneth R. Harris, 1007
Mr ft Mrs. John T. lard Morgan Mrs. Mary Crafton, Beverly Green Mackey. and destine Nicks. group of teachers with
Broad and Do-
members to be present St. 35
1511 W. 0th St. Boy. Lane Mrs. Chrlstella Carey Robinson Hattie Daisy Cilllard. Geraldine Hi Hard, Pauline Davis the opportunity of la*

Mr ft Mrs.J.C. Williws. for business. of importance Whitish! Mr. Georgians Mae Daniels Farnestlne Ann Monroe, Barbara Harper, Nor.an White Doris Broad breaths St..U 32.Farmer 1007 creasing their knowledgeof

2557 W. 43rd St. Boy. Whltsell Mrs. Delores Daniels, Marshall. Dorby, Lovett were among participants to the meeting recent developments

Mr. ft Mrs Query Byrd, Mrs. Clara Singleton Is Payne, Mrs. Nadine Mas Dianne Lewis, Johnetta . . Ike Brown, 424 OdessaSt. la the physical and biological
president and Mrs. Fssle 77, and Christine
1308 Johnson St. Girl. Steward Campbell sciences.
and Roy
McGee
Mae Smith Is recording sey.Mrs. Joyce The Darnell-Cookman Band Concert was presented hYlI>a. 123 Oakley St. .
Mr. ft Mrs. Richard Wilson Mrs. Theresa Mackey. Ronald Backmons Maurice The workshop: for "(be-
secretary.The last night la the sale ball of Civic Auditorium. 44.
1056 Alameda et. "Rhomanla" will be Backmon, Larry Ann stead. parattve Governments and
Oliver n.lalker Introduced the program, which wasclimated Willie F.Hall jr., 1931 ."
Girl presented on April 30, Also Leslie Lewis, Arthur Economic But. will
D-I-U Charity Club with The Music Man selections W. 25th St., 21 and Gloria
Mr ft Mrs. James. .Clark at the Duval County Armory Daniels, Gall Armstrong r be ia session Jane 21*
will hold an Easter Egg Mrs. N.white, director of the band expressed her J. Pupree, 1931 W.
1424 W.. 19th St.. Boy at 8:00 p.m. and diaries Ar.stead.i July 9. It will have emits
Hunt\ Monday evening on gratitude for the wonderful support given by the 23th Rt.. 18.
Mr A' Mrs Roosevelt tickets may b.' secured Joseph! Dorby; Terry Am- purpose an eiMlnation -
the lawn of Miss Debris community to this affair Larry Wllkersoa. 359 .
Cooper 1H64 CarolineRd. from members of the Sorority stead and Prlscllla Res- of two major p0.lttlcal.philosophies
Girl Shield' home at I860 . . Dellwood Ave. 20 and
and the Phllos. brooks. ,, apwcompetiag
Bessfe Circle.
Barbara Ana Bryant. 912
Mr. ft Mrs, j.w. Ray. The event will be con- Tea smoking of rolls of""'t obacco now known as cigars Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorotlty will meet Stonewall St. IT, for the minds

4909 Mississippi Court, ducted from 5 to 7 P.m. was acquired by Spaalah Conquistadors who took the Saturday April 24. to cumplete preparations for Fallen Moses.2310 Westsnnt of men: Coamualam aad

Girl custom back to Europe ire it spread. their Jabberwock skit. st. 22 and Lueldean Deaocracy.According.

The meeting was called by Ruth Bolomoo Baaileus, Martha Waters, 2337 West- to the. announ
who stated that Sadie lllaoa is cBsiraaa of the eeaent ty: Dean Fjejiy.apon
We Will committee"Wonderful. aunt At. 20. petition to the director
Build A Home On Your LotNo Simon J. Bradley, 1040 the

. . K.pearl SU, 3S aiM Jue- of aummer session
the College will
world of Television' the theme for sits Reynolds, 311 <'. offer any course scheduled

Delta Sigma Theta sorority 1943 Jabberwock. The Orange St., 23. h rl.g the regular

affair will be held ..,ndll1. April 20. la the auditorium Larry Ciena Williams, academic year, but the
:3087 Bun 1C, 18 and Barbara
Down
Money of New Stanton Senior High School. College reserves the
L. Nelson, 244 0.
Vying for the .iss Jabberwock" title will be right, aot te offer. a
ceo la St., 17.
Cynthia Clark, Deborah parsons, Thelme Geiger coarse for."which tere
Nathaniel Ruse Hartford tare
1i Payments Low As Janice Sutton Sherrie Nell testos, sad Felicia Connecticut, 23 re..r"the .8 .U.*
Vtllarla. dents
and Maxine Simmons, 914
% Queen Bruton chairman of the event stated that tore .wl JI!| he ooarses
Oakley St 22.
i prizes for outstanding skits will swarded oa the .offered Humanities.
Grover Lee Stroejaa. 723 -
$69.50 high school and the fraternal level. IIcIced.UIaUes..
Palmetto It., 21 and tothOwlBB
;,.. . 5 . Mueatiom psychology,
83. Cemetery St.,
and Social Stmdles.The .
A mid-week report of the Ticket Sales Committee 19. calendar for the

Per Month of the Freedom Dinner revealed that tie event Is "Nathaniel Adams, 1314w. 1943 steamer actool calls

beiag well supported by the community. 21st for a alae-week seeslom -
i St., 20 and Grace
:
The Freedom-Dinner scheduled for tiOO: p. .. Sunday Lee Sslta. 1491 '. 30th beglaaisg Timraday

low Income Families April 2$. la the Mayflower Hotel, will feature Roy St.. IL Jmae X> and eadlag Friday

Illklas as priaclpal speaker Tae affair la betas fetast 13.

sponsored by the Jacksonville Branch !NAACF. with

vR. Can Now Qualify proceeds to be used for. mamauth voter regietra

lion drive. q

Tickets are still available sad may te purchased

Modern Homes BuiltDon't fro members of the committee or from tae NAACP .

office oa Broad Strut

S 555 a
lit That Vicnt lit Gi Ti lasts Slip 2 I 3 lilrui CBS CoistrictiuAiili ,. w
Jonathan Mccone.jr. BOB of wr. sad Mrs. JoaathaaMcCoae

sr. of 2709 Begoala Rued is speadlsg aaapriag

Parinl Rut........load A Hwi 01 Yur Owe 11th. Nit I CaW liter vacation with his parents. Josstfcaa la a A ;i

first-year student at Howard:>> V.h.raUlla,- M ;

tom, DC.Marte .
Cupid I Hiltf Elsa ,
555 . .
,

Let Our RepresentativeCall McClaia. Lets Aver, sad Catherine Jacked
were reclplests of B rises reel. myrtle Thomas em-
(
tertalaed 0 ma Bridge due last Friday evealag.Marie .

streets varlaa talker. Alveala tcrlvea,
On You Today
r elya Galvia. Zelda Jo ha torn. Sylvester ftossard.Lllltaa .

Davis, and Oeaeva Wheeler were aaoag

participants.

And Discuss Your Building Plans . . .

Snlrely Csrloa was hostess t. tie most receetmeetlag

of CatreUag Doalaettee ridge Cla..

Victors la the bridge seealoe were RadastaA Rul Tki latest )Nt.'s Hair Styles


Coll! El 5-4608 For An A"o..t..t..Or. Bring Your Deed To lard.Other*members lrley McODjr.eajoylsg and Ruby tae event talker were tocrgetteWright. Are Taught At The

Leola Powell, Vivian 11'... feeld Mite.

Shirley Aalersom, Adell Pollard. larbara apere.aad .

0)ra jcfeaeom.Marlly JacksonvilleBarber

GULF CONSTRUCTION COMPANYCall . . I

fops> .( Aaa Arbor Mica I.... dmejater
College Inc.
Rayo d sad Carol/a Oilier ws called U Ue city :

hecaaao ef Ue IU.... ef her father .. la ac-

Today 1831 East 21st St. Call TodayEL coaaaaled by Nr daughter Little Miss CUtinp.

630 DAVIS STREET
Ir. Killer la eoaflaed to Brewtor Bjgapltal there

EL 5-4608 Jacksonville, Fla. 5-4608 le recently nad.rw mt "' 1'1'1. Its treeemt rate of hchU, I.. tisrila

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APRIL IJ; IMS FUIIBA Sill PAPERS 'PACE II 1

NAACP Plans "Summer Project ESSO Launches Program U. Of F. Glee Clubs Slated.. (


I For Mississippi, Alabama ;r To. Appear At Virginia Union

NEW' YORt-NAMP branches the project will be on The combined Men's ud legiatt style blazers

throughout tile,country voter registration Mr. ,, omen's Glees clubs of will sing traditional
have been asked to re Current Bald, attention rrC. so the University of Plo glee club classics as
emit volunteers for the. will also be given to rid will appear ID concert well as selections written -
NAACP "Boner Project"in inpleatntatlon of the at Virginia union for mired chorus
Mississippi and Ala Civil Rights Act. the A University Narco*St.- Director of the groupsis
bsmGloster & Current. Antipoverty program and vena Hall on April 24. Guy B. Webb, a ember
director of branches and adult education. at 8 P.M. Their appearance of the voice and choral

field administration Sponsoring NAACP FtSp ,.Y sponsored bj faculty at the University
announced this week. branches will be re* the VUU Concert Series of Floridaa School
The project till in* sponslble for recruiting in the Centennial year of Music.
volte a, total of 460 volunteers with qualified of the University, laon The Glee Clubs are Joint
volunteer workers to experience and of fourteen ooocerta ly sponsored In their
assist In voter reft* raising the neceaaary in a nine-day tour up tour by the Department.
titration progress in 29 funds for their participation. the eastern seaboard and of Music and< the Student

Mississippi cities and Each task force terminating at the Government of the University
20 Cities In Alab.... worker will receive a huvt tori* a ral r. of Plorida.Wilkies' .
NAACP branches'have two-day orientation Mr. Samuel J. Roberson,
been asked to "adopt' course which will be Director of the Virginia Hears

the various cities Involved supervised by the NAACP Union University Choir
and to pay for secretary for training t .1 baa completed arrange 10 Years As
the traveling and living Miss Althea Simmons. I. : \. cents for the ooacert.

expenses of the NAACP The project will run AID TO touts**Llawood fright and Gary Tierney studies by spending one week in class and workingthe He announced that tat NAACP 'Exec1Ntf

workers. from June :21 to August right go through the steps of removing an air next, Helping them, center above, is Richard adalaaioa to the concert
while the aria focus of 27 In Alabama and from filter from the engine of a car and replaclag It Klein an Ilea training instructor Twenty members ia free to the Richmond TORR- -Ten years
July S to August 27 la with a new one at the Eaao dealer school In Clifton. of the Newark program were provided jobs at Ksso CDsmunlty.Thsuniqut. alO.en.. April U, !Roy
Miss Urban League Mississippi, individual New Jersey They are two of 100 young men and stations of Humble Oil ft Refining company, after touring croup Wilkins was elected by
assignments will run women who art part of a pioneering program at each had been given two weeks training at company of two separate glee the Board; of Directorsof
Contest AnnouncedThe from one week or longer. Newark. New .Jersey finishing their high-school: schools la Clifton and Plainfield New J rsey.ys clubs dressed in col the National Association -
Jacksonville Urban NAACP staff members, for!
League announces plans the AdVance.ant-
will be assigned to
for Its Initial Miss several cities Powell Gets Advice To Parents Planning Dream Come True I

Urban League contest tor TM1'1'lll" of colored
I the year IMS Ibis aa, What Kind Bomb Scare To Enroll First Year Kids '. f'9, People to I
test will be open Jto sue ce .41
young women from the agerange Of People '.4SH1NOT01.8. Rep. If you child Is starting to school this tall you ; SalterIhlte .
of twenty through Adam Clayton (D-N.T.) MUTT have a birth certificate: for him or her and I\C":: as -

tbrity-five. it Is the !I. AhmHMIB? learned last week that a the child FIIOU.D be vaccinated aa quickly aa possible '..." ... 7.If. secretary W.IU1NSleoitlve Mr.
discarded medicine cabinet the ,
childhood
against common diseases, the
hope these of the League ladles will that DCTM.T" (NPI)*- The which he thought state bard of Health at ................... '\! '' t"'" white, wed had held the
young dirty rats the dirty might have harbored a A birth certificate can ter must Include the full f /,'"' VIIIllltll! t el' t top sdsinistrntlve post
be sponsored by the various la the Association atace
ratl.lbat kind of peopleare bomb!>>, proved to be harm be obtained more quickly uses of the child; thefull u
el vie and business living down there less. now before any lastmln nest of the father :.an tlllnll, $ ee 191 died on .March 21,
In e
organisation the oosi 1969.
bat kind of people can Powellwho bad earlier ate net a.lhe certlflcati full maiden name of the
sanity. although la di During the ten
they betThis talked with the P 11 over is necessary because MUir; tb. daymonth .I F year
vidual eoete.taat'.11 period in which til-
Mr
was the first reaction having received numeroua without it the child year, city and county of :
enter.The kina has been In that
of Teamster official phone threats said be could lost an entire birth; whether the child .
deadline for enterIng pontoon, NAACP membership -
Anthony j.Liuuo, had finished a teak year of school. If the Is sale or female; and .
the contest is April / more than
91. upon learning of the dinner and had walked to child was born In another the dill d' I race: Theo doubled
11th. Additional information brutal slaying of his the back porch of his state, application must rlglnal birth certificate lir : general fund Income tripled

about the curtest wife Viola. 3*. while home en route to the garbage be lade to officials of number should be Includ- \ sad circulation of
rules, may be obtained participating In Alabama can then he din that stats. del If possible.A 11\1INe CWU ixU"--*very secretary u a.. r aNr the Crisis, the As.>cla*
fro Mrs.Corn til a ore., civil rights demoastrs covered the "slnlsterarreariag" bee countlesholdearly fee of f 1 must 1<<0.- which she hopee will come true before her lift Is tlon's official organ
administrative secretary uo... white catl .school pan the requ..t.Ioard over This secretary Is one who literally has her Increased by 200 per
Jai D.Lo'Cal1&II'' He described "her as "a ..t. pre registration officials also cake and In eating It.too. She Is Mrs. ftith" NJIIrlaeeltutts Cent.Today. .
EL: 1 4292. or ooatact- chew ion of the people" He ...a"ota to say that tome the e.rtlflcat.hu-starting soon, and said that by the time of ..prlagfleld. ..... Md a all year .. In 99t, the
lag the office at lOt K. and 'the biggest hearted he had been In the saws an Infant ia all months resident of Kenyaa East Africa she holds one NUC1' remains the Isr-
Union It. The presentstiooofprlMS ssry to complete thin old he should begin Im of the most enviable positions In the worldper nest civil rights. organ
woman In
you ever saw arm earlier and <&d not work sad make It water
and asrda your life." seen the white" cabinet for the child to enter munisation series against sonal secretary to President Jomo Kenyatta of the .I tat loa and, accord'.
tar contest winners will 'no.. people fought a Powell thinking the school nest tall Certificates ell II)choOo1 dlsesses. Republic of Kenya. (NPI Photo) Into recenturveya.
be Mde at an urban League
civil ear over 100 yeara metal cahlaet: might have c... obtained --
SPOl80 reel loci).will eta
ago and they are atlll a tomb called Sib Precinct fro most county health
will be held date
on a later. fighting It." LI aito who cope arriving departments; or they maybe (a.
to be announced
said bitterly on the scene, gingerly obtained from board CRISCO
placed the cabinet into headquarter la Jact**.
their seuad car, sal villa II
HE TIP ARE III paced by another sisal The application or let. ,
of vehicle with! their /
Tom Seek The ,,1Ct.or
II eserIeM4lIahta risshlng Sex Mirder i
hem Tour Doctor prescribes. Picgs QUANTITY
sad sirens
screening,
Get experienced pharmacists raced two wiles to the (Outlawed from Page ntla. Tlu J.tur.sr RIGHTS RISIRVID III.59C
According to your Doctor .. Interment was In 3
_ostla River.4drop
Orders we use Only The Met Crystal Springs cemetery. -
Co L BLACXProprietor
Ckiallty Drags ped It I.. i PIEASEIII

The following day, Navy Mrs. Jones lived with DIXIE CRYSTALS $$5.13rii HUE MOO IIIEIfilll [
-1 MBHTOtB ntAJDUatn TO lOVE TOO avers flatted: the cabinet
her anther Mrs. *erthaPesgsln. !
A COMPLETE LINE OP tmm the river and with A ..,1. James I Ieol
Cosmetics-Rubber QuodsCandlesSundries.PRCKUPT10NS the use of tray and flectrenle SISALFLOUR
tea resides h. m-
: CALLED: Putt AMD. LI nu.DLilly's eeel eest.foMsd torn Hirtor.
the cabinet to l.-
Her. body wee discoveredeith
Mr.Some the bead severed,
Drug Store tad with most tf the upper SUGAR

.M trail eetm by animals.ee /,apparently

(EIM27
1111 HIM Illl Police were able to ldentlfy -

her by fleger' PIAII II

prints, which sere tn
flit with the lemt.nTttHtUlp SUP 115115
3 9c
polite and the
teflffs office .f her 5 IIS.
rltji a....,, l..UIor1 U.. US. c
.\ said she feel a ,tU.. 5 2 9 LIMIT I PLEASE

rtosrd dstlag bach toN lAD
Illl SS.II II HUE fill IIICI
!.Her |fssersl s N awls.services aa. tla. _

eere held last 'MtH4. Mill mi inn nit HUn
tin 111.111
at are Pllgrtn MptlatCkerrt. 29C
people urn 1 PHASE MARGARINE u

Her fssersl ss well
.. these tf Miss Ttmsg 'UII MIIIIIAM HIS dill/ CAIIAflll EIAPIIAIEI


stick label on 'end I cm little I all fas paid Detsrttent plate tor Carter.eert bf the ef. ICE MILK RICE MILK


eel fare

their diet cola. .,....,.,. M, Ueoslrwnltt s

vlttle, eat last I1IIIHI 39 330 7 Illl CAMS 1
sees early 1 mm the snn- rurm C C
lag tf April I 1m tbtImwmdrttst J 11I111 ) IB.
where. eke

embed.
Westake ..e.m 4le .""', her
SMOKED HAM"
PREMIUM
"SWIFT
bmdy wee ..... the bed
teem stabled ...U

onrname sad throat sliced U her fret abettjem.Pellte the. '

are aetrcmlng SHANK PORTION u43CHALF

few t large tog etildiIs
on ours. t /lle.t."', ts.

a.., tie lead tf Mrs.

t James At tit ptltt 1m the OR WHOLE 49C

seercm fer ..killer, II.
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; ever 200 etete reran
end city sIU.o cite
.t., .'. .' halt..&., mteller "f t. IIIEI ItPE
t': em4 still wortlsgtbe atw.al

dad toll e*... TISSUEKill
... B.t. Lt. Robert>> 1.111
BANANAS
.f tte tests ..,.., ph'

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after t ..t.res.. ells ZB3
2 HW
m p.y.*lalrlst astan Hill 1
,.o.ehd. .U, Us tb.v
had t better Item tfUe 9 sun 1arur n;;;::
trtetf ,.r.. tmey '
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I Dade Outstanding Cltlm Award Puce Corps' Test Miamians At FAMU Beach Shorts


Set For April 28 At Evarades! To Be Held May 1 1I
MIAMI BEACH-More than 100 scientist and technicians -

of the University of Miami'a Institute of
The Dade county Outstanding Citlzas Award presentation in response to request
Merino Science moon will bt in
working tot Institutes
Lunchoen has been lit for Wednesday< from interested students
I Aorll 28, 1965, 12:00 noon, at the Kvsriladti Hotel arrangements have been new allllon blur laboratory Just south of
llMl Bach Investigation of sea life ocean currents -
It was announced by Sanford SwerdllnChair side for a special administration :
.r chemical content of
ocean waters ud other
llII1.and Per spent Secretary tor the Award. of the & '
data gathered from here to the River
Amazon mouth
... .. ) :
The set our of the .e..e..a. Peace Corps PlacementTest.
for the purpose of nominating and across the Atlantic to the Aorta of Africa
date to the end of the ,.
a Dad Count Ian. '''' :'' will be correlated In the new university facility
month made It possible The competitive '
to extend the deadline The gamut of nominations test used only la assisting > .,' now under construction
........
Is typical reported .......
.
for nomination to April In the placementof '
swerdlln ranging MIAMI BEAOI-Although Ml Ml Beech la but SO
f"i'. : years
17th be, accomplished with the judgingto du from! the Molt Rev. will potential be liven volunteers on May 1, : :: ;: : i' : :,;r{ :.t.\: \:?;!' ,f, old.several laadaarka la the city a early development -

ring succeeding seek Bishop Carroll through at 9:00: a. .. at the ;, \ \ {!;d':2: : ;' .- are dlaappearlng. Already coat are the polo
civic leaders of all fields of yeateryear. Near titloetion, due pri-
Joseph M. Lipton, as Llndaey Hopkins Education -

President f Dade Federal walks presentation of life. cereaony Center ; l\' '': > manly Interboae to Mounting* sad 100-foot loooae plus taxes'yachtaof are' the the 40-roo wealthyof

Savings and announced Loan that Association The 1_,open to the public than In addition 8,000 Americana to the sore who (J 4li'ijlt! !; tl a generation aco.

the honored, guest and and reservations can will co Into training la100S 1 .................
be Bad through IIr.S.erd11ft' ,f., > MIAMI BEACH-Clghtseelng tours In and around Ml-
speaker of State.will TBB be Secretary Adans, office by enter, enamor 1,000 Juniors, 1983 train will "II,.J
Originated by fiholen presenting a check to ing to begin preparingfor take visitors to points of interest via aurfacetransportation.

Lodge 11024 B'Nal B' cover the modestly priced overseas assignments Plus bslioosjers and in wintera
aeeks lunch eon.pace In nee after completion blimp, provide a look at the area fro the air.
rlth, the aware Mlsulana who attended the Florida MM University Barrtaters'BallIncluded
CHATTING TIME
llaitatlon
the
to with
Boats glass panels la the bottom Introduce
of their senior year for
to honor one man and who one of only 1,000 seats, further information OB Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cherry (center). The Cherry are show here chat the undersea world of odd fish corals and marine
In the
woman county deadline for reservations ting with the Walter PJlises of Tallahassee. Mr. tf"rry 1* the principal of theNorthwestern plants to the vacationer.
the test and how to
has In the preceding will be the 21st Vocational and Aciilt FAuc, lion chool In Miaul, Alls Mrs Cherry ......-.........

lear performed a distinguished of April. J.apply Rellly contact, supervisor Wllllaa of Is a senior In the College of Law at Florida AIM. Mr. 311s Is head of the Department MIAMI BCAOi-Oneof the lost colorful as well as

service without Adult Guidance Services of chemistry at FWU and Mrs. nils is secretary to the preald.ntof Florida hardest-fighting game fish In Miami Beach waters
thought of personal Jackie Robinson
return or self-aggran- Telephone F* 74311Custoater VIM. la the dolphin Ta* largest ever entered on light
Raps Rights DriveCHlCAOO" tattle la the 30-year history of the MetropolttanMl
dizement, said Milton K.
Hahn, president of the E.foreTAMPAMPIU' :es Racial Bias Space Official Visits [FAMU Fishing Tournament weighed leas than 23
(NPl)--rerl.r pounds whereas sailfish" weighing more than SO

Lodge.Swerdlln announced that baseball star Jackie e the Receiving no reply, he pounds have bean bostedonsplaning gar and tarpon

the nominations have Robinson last weak rapped customer not the management pushed one of the girls well above 100 pound*.

been coning In very rapidly mouthful extremists"bo who takes action toward the door. A male

,and to date, there peril the progress against Negroes seeking employe of the car wash MIAMI B'ALU-A It. 000.000 building: to house
asde la civil rights service at the Rents cafe cane to their aid, but
are twelve am and eight the physical science division of the Instituteof
first known Negro
The here.Two. was halted when the whit
nominated.The .
women Marine Science will be completed in the autumn
league
In major
to play
teenaged girls man pulled a and
en- gun
Interest of the baseball IB recent times.Robinson of IMS on Virginia key Just south of MM!
ployed at a car wash across threatened to 'Mow
organltatlona -
participating Indicated he Beach.Studies of ocean waves, currents and tides
the street from the brain out"
this year hulOarkel2 your light and rimed under
and eater see floor eompoAltlon. -
meant both Negro
cafe, were told by the For some unexplainedreason
an all tine high
sea eater chemistry and other research
bite youngsters. He was that they wouldbe the gun-wlelder
:Swerdlln said, Ib that at the manager will be centered la the bulldlag. The Institute
keynote speaker didn't stick around but
served. However, a ,
hehad received long distance of conferenceon la a division of the University of Ml sal.
call Is from throughput opening a white customer took exception fled In his esr. He MS ....-..........
Youth la the Sherman to their presence later apprehended by
the state and one MIAMI BUCH-Oldest 11I11 cUll In the Miami Beach
HOI1.I."Ul1tanc7 saying: Do you police because the Negn\.
from Boston, from a national doesnt area MS erected SONS toO years .so sad more them
all want throw trio jotted torn hie license '
to
a*
headquarters of Itself la dirty 2.000 wiles from Its present site. It la a easy
prove number be sped
as
these algger out, or
an organization which de- clothes and screaming atery built la Spain, dlsaantled and rebuilt
.,.
will do a.
aired to have the snot he declared. you l.t? here. It presently la b lai operated by the api ><

scop al church U a tourist attraction

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Champion Disc Jockey IN !RACK\ PROGRAM-Nathaniel Pilate, right of th* Oh That Young; Blood Feeling !

National. Aeronautics aDd Space Administration Cocoa -

Mach Fie., chat with Florida MM Cniveralty
Director of Placement Clinton C. Cunning during

a recent visit to the campus of his alas aater.

Pilate, a 1957 graduate of Florid MM University Oh! That Young Blood Feeling!
sense as a personnel specialist with NASA. During --

his visit to the FAMU campus he served aa a consultant ss .-
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!: U la a series of career conference seealoaa. -,
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*J J>1 Vitamin enriched LIQUID TABLETS

i Social SecurityQ. I FEEL GOOD AGAIN FAST!


Lei I M now put U. hut when X checked oa By so* IRON/VITAMINS

Nicky clal security a fn years aso I was told I had mot

waited long enough to be eligible for cash. bene .
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Alfonzo Holder o f eBroadcaatlng [red henna
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I Houston's Spectacular Roof Covered Ball Park Is Mad Mad Mad !


Julian Black Pretty Ushers Zany Scoreboard Dodgers Stars Visit EWC Fayetteville
As Slum Owner Look Up! Look Up! .J ,.. '
," -- Features Of : '..4' Slate
CHICAGO-(NPI-Jul' iaa tAre Slier StiHKum r:11/ : ; '' ir Given

Slack, one u.. ..ua..ro HOUSTON Texas-It's coma boo.) edge that when Baseball Game

t former heavyweight Texansdo anything they go all out... and it's no( ,
chs-plon Joe Louis, took different when they build baseball stadiums N. CAthlttlc ..
u exception last week Veil LBTs /ho.e-state ........................ PATKTTSVILLC.Director Harold

to being listed .. ul urn folk have gone and done the county; for 40 years, L, Scott has released anll
lanlord b, the Illinois it sgaln. They have pot: ranies froa $1.50 for a >gaae slat for ttitPajrettevllle
Public Aid Department. opine. air-conditioned,. grandstand seat for one State col-
The list believed to allenclosed sports areoa gale to $18,000 for a .... Bronco Juriiu the
been tuned to the tune of Ui.6 akybox for the season
bar over to 1905 baseball aea*>n,
u Illinois Legislttivo all lion that out classes The sdvanc sales have g Lilted on the scheduleare
1 Investigating Committee, anything that Billy Rose already provided enough 1 4 r Norfolk state col-

omitted the word"Inc." ever conceived in the funds for four( years' MA I.... April : (home)
behind the DI... Julian way of bombastic lavish runt Haapton institute, April
Black I'.. Even if the Astros are 3. (home); Nor nib State
Blackwho formed Julian Before getting Into the no better than last season April 5. (a***); Hampton
Black Inc. a real estate vital statistics of tbt.up.r the fans will getat lB tltute. April .

fire. In 1933. protested spectacular sta- least sans tiel t.eat (u.); Maryland State
that be had disposed diua.it suit be Mentioned from the Scoreboard, April 1 (away).
that the n_boIQIDC, why an opposition pitcher
of nil his: e.iar<*,, Also Delaware State
in. tbs fin in 1961. He of tbs park la the antithesis la sent to the college, April 8 (awayjHoward );
says he has no. present M of tbs teaa which showers, the Scoreboard university April
connection with the fin It houses. por ids Houston ( shows a cartoon o f a Ban B (sway). and April 14
although It still car Mtrodoae la th* taking a bath, mini (hose), Delaare State,
ries theoriiinal II.... boa park of tb. Houston pealed by such tunes U April 3J (hose), Shaw
Attres who wound up ninth April SM..,.. university April 24

Hunting Season in the 10 teaAa rican Ho. the tone( will affect (hose); Maryland State,
TIOTW STIR" -arts US OLYMPICS: Edward Waters high" Jut "JULIC on the exhibition traiT7tn"Los dele) Kidgera -
Leaps year. th* gins, however April 2? (hose); ART
Closed April 11 jump stir Levl Davis undefeated in track COB Be that an It..,. the la stopped over in Jacksonville, and showed the cOlI..., May 9 (boa)
petition thin season is shown pointing out to low tan oa the AmericanLeague's causing sharp debits Edward Waters CDlleie co-eds aoa* baseball tricks. and Sha university Mar
TALL AHASSEF-The final Conch Jack Paul, tae height he expects to attain to tea pole can Same baseball Ben They sreluft to right), Sandra Holla-ay, a junior 12 (hoe).
phase of Plortda'a 1944 this ...uoa.Tb. boast ofahoa part with say the lack of wind la elaientary education, 11H* Crawford, outfl 10- The faC Tennis tea la
69 hunting season ess sensational sophoMr. a recent winner at th. tk* following appoint will keep pltoher from er; John Kennedy, third bateaan, andttorla 'Mack, carded for 12 aatchea
closed st 12 noon. April rnu Relays, has cleared 67" twice this sessoa, Bwats; throwing a fast-breaking freahaan. majoring in music Including North Carolliaoolleie
11. tat last Jay of the and hopes to crack the 7 foot barrier la the nearfuture. -A $2 all lion,474*foot oath. Boae players say I April 2 (boaes;

spring turkey gobbler long scor.aardthat does th* specially grass la grownBerauda the Chargers' Star Westmoreland Livlmston college

hunting season, according everything but shake the outfield too April 9 (V"I; tlnston-
aoigy,
I to o. t. 'r,., el- /hand of a homerhittingAttro. / At A&T Sale. state college,
that For
.cutlrs with the result fly Returns Degree
director a.. April Illie-
Parade balls have little! I (sway)0;
Sports asy
Q.s1uIo.Only and fresh later pub/ -Plfty three plash"skyboiM" bounce when they bit ORCR48BOKO, II. e.-Richard 'Dlell"" leataore- beth City State college,
oa the At.trodo. the ground. land toner star halfback with the AT College April ))0 (hoael; .naton--
certain IMS ani SIPTORD PLACES 10ThGMCISBGNONC.HPIChsr11.s ..* upper tiereacneatlm And when the Astro Agla, now stir coner-back with the Ian Diero rfalei state college,
slsnndunprot.cted
sis and birds anl betaken 81 f ford,the ranking 24 to30prons worked out la the stadium Charger of the Minoan fOotball League, I* beck April it (hoae).
lay Negro golf propocketed a total of 1979. after end each/ equipped with a ,.dl..d., afternoon la after the closing placing 10th In three bar TV telephones want ay degree, for I State college, April 2?
a way tie with/ Kd largo .t. they bad difficulty N* enrolled Uat weak
day.Prye. and Avery Beck In th. Greensboro Open Golf towns- louag chairs/ and prl- catching fly ball because at AnT In what should be plan starting on graduate ("y))0; st, Auiustlne'n
said, "the sea.* sat woa by veteran Saaay need her/ last week.Slfford rats washrooms, of the liar Hoe his flail quarter of work in California college, April 39 (May),
son on rabbi raccoon flnlahed strokes off .A 14.1 Billion air during the offason North Carolina Colleie,
14 the pace, as he th skyllihta. BOB* college work Vlth more
!, opossum, lbs and compiled rounds of 74'71- 7-79. He Integrated the players solved the probla than the .!alma. hours
bob cat is open year "I bIG reI and. Iho works college, 1
Ue Isslde cool 72 May
Greensboro Open a few years ago by wearing auaal a.*- retired for graduation,
round and with/ an aa* degree aad Ue humidity Westmorland returns to as an Insurance counselor (slat); Johnson C Smith
Halted bag Unit, however /NO: unity not' COMOQtYDnPIEvm at 90%. a welcome relief eS participate in the stu for a leading Call imtmalty.May 4 (sea);

the hunter Is required at the gymnasium. where he Isin la what ta on* of tilt Rattlers MainstayBASKSAU dflit teaching proiraa, are forntn insursnc COB- St, Aui.tttne'a college,
to have B relid nation's not humid elt- pan in the ott-na.ou, May I (honeiend); Johnson
training for /his fight with onanploa Cassis hunting license before day la Boston on May 25. heavyweight ehalleaier lea Th* .,.t. la con In his field. rclvd leave to ooapltte C, ttlth university MayS
/banting these gins sal his education. M* ,
Sonny Uston gets BO relief froa hi a f re vent has trolled by a 1900.000 After three weeks aore (home)
.al to return to that
a. r pKt
.h. with the law. tlston last week was charted weatker atatioa atop of orientation procedures
Tae Bunting season forIie.ns.dbeetlagpr. position In Jun, and Jsn.n." ..n-tilt'fin* ma.ltt .u
headed
with/ failare to heed P lrol..n Donald B. Mulattfa the stadium and Is her on the caMpus, .
/ ** month1l ailinr>..J'I',. < fain |I'" "ealw
order to reaov his 1M9 Cadi 11 so tr'I' la front by a fwll-tlae B** he will) be aaslined for
serves will r.at.op. of the gym to inks for / teorolodat. f jytl. practice "irt at one of
until April :20. way another car reportedly You ,Dun't Have 1b .fti To To**) Tvi Oet
lawlved la aa accident N* was booked tor>> an spa And pretty girl ..dendubb.dlpueettesdresse4 I the nearby high schools,
'..r.... la Deaver Mualcipal ,Court on May 4, 20 and .lth the completion
A&T Aggies days before the big title tight .la tiC blue and gold.;' of that .111 b* ell LOW PRICESOn
.And If an Antic hits glble for his degree
Drop Openings Ml JEUS til "a hams ruea./ 10.000I. in I ht. .,.,. four

cu uoao. R. c. un. DlIC"GO-ICPI-4" by Collie Hswklss with 22 ...." oa the scoreboard teetorel l kss just DRUG STORE NEEDS
UT College Lulls last polaU.u.. fssHMirlmi) Olobetrottere defeated the produces .0-seo>*d apee Completed bra second
.eel dropped their two 17.&Itar.. their ..". .tonl.. oppoaents. ....l, asUtey taoular. It starts silk year In, professional Trade fith. Tour Nelgtitwrbuod Drug Store
opes lag baseball gases entertained 14,407 fun wllmttelr traditional a pi cure stmslstlsg ta. football I. 1C ILL MOT AMY CHI CM A VIN, YOJR LOCAL PAPER,
to Norfolk state college /hi Jlnka. Tae gaae was played la Chicago Its AUt>">**' roof lifting Br*.klni Into the start we Deliver. ie alto fill all Doctor Preacriptloae,

104. Bad to Hastea InstlUte. dim last Pride night.IXX'tY off a* a baseball oats lag lineup with the
90.IB U a target tlgnallag a I Chergers la his tint
the opeaer. the : WttATWS' A COTCT home Nlo nro the core-. itaton In the tall of Dixie Pharmacy
Spartan exploded for LOS MOO.!*-(HP--Both the re tar. *f Ue Lo.AII..I. board rtctare two cowboys IMI, nesuorelaad mil
.. Lakers and the career of their big star bet
fierce
Ian gum awed "Rookie of the
threw runs la the/ third
inning to wipe nay a Mils Baylor are bellevH to t* is Jeopardy as a u, sag flaslly It de STAB' ToySlmmoa Veer," oa his lean was 1302 Klin till At Nulls Amu
retail ef aa Injury which retired eargieal run ,.". a flre-Mortlii aelected to Ute VI All
10. AMI lead, sad els ef aalaitoa, him Uiii S5SSMI
iota) of a part of Uie left kae csp ef the Negro
going a.ay, ball racing serous U* D.C In Up baseball Pro aeeond h.... Thai ...
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lint last oorcbosrd milk aa A* tar for ace plorld AMOalversity year his team ins the ""- .., -_ .. ., "- .q -4I'JI

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I New Mt Qfve Pr.S9nts Passion Play $4.5 Million -NEA OfficlaT I Instant Law T'Xls-CIt Elect Negroes- I

t the> youth department of Miss Wilma Corbin, MUft newspapermen.(Continued" from Page 5)) Will Speak To (Continued from page 1) (Contused fro Page 1)
New Ht. Olive Baptist Anett Miller, Nina Cyn- mom, where the door was cash register along with
It will be an additionto cilman Sbarkeytofall.., ir."fn.* to predictions. No
Church wll present a thla Jackson, Miss Fvelyi Southern School news, Duval TeachersJanes braced with a chair. Canine' SRO, and two Quinn-' compiled over influence was evidenced
three-act passion pity Miller,Diaries Lang, which consists of reports H. Williams National Henry Archer of 1030 W, wrist watches. 10,000 Of the total 33.000 in the multi-Iplit Negro
Monday, beginning at 7 Miss Karen Blue, Miss by working newspapermen Education Association Duval St. who was passing Policeareseardting fbr votes cast in a contestof leadership and indications -
p.m., in the church au. Patricia Blue, Nadine throughout the Cervices Field representative the store while the a third aan--tb. look- three. 8 to vail led are that this is
ditorium.The Lewis, Joe Blue Harell)) South. The news, cir for the robbery wss in progress, out who fell down on the ticket with 18.000 what coat Pre gamin him
characters are: Joe Tel(air Pamela Jackson. culated to editors, ed- southeast will appear spotted the masked men.He his job. votes. defeat; although he was
Blue, Nathaniel, Fred here In a public education the street
ucators public officials ran across
EWC Postpones '
The I. UC Henegan opposing one o f the ci ty s
crick, Melvin Dennis, scholars and libraries meeting April 30 at and called police from a Ocala Prunes
another Negro, placed most popular and influential
Ronald] Cunnings, B.J. Sports Banquet Is the lain 8 P..., according to the store. (Coatiaaod from Page 1) fourth in a fl'.-... contest city officials.
'ebb-n. ,Juanita Bright, bnnlttee authoritative source of Of tic.of Urban Services. Detective Sgt. R.t. Bar
Tie Athletic 1925 and had never had tor.anoth.r city Dr. A.I. Harris, woman
data on school desegregation. Die! pron_,under sponsorship ker arrived on the scene
of 5dard waters College his civil rights, re council: aeat. chiropractor, was also a
FOR SALE announced the postponement of the nuval and was confronted by stored. In Dallas, two Negroes victim of unlnfluential
'59 Ford station Wagoa.First of its annual banquet In 8.)tlilore.tn. found County Classroom Teachers the robber holding a The cases are being lost their drive for a Negro leaderahlp.She WM I
one with 1200 getsits vfilch was to beheldat ation Is making 1431,000 Organization will shotgun Seconds later, challenged In circuit city council seat One, contesting for a school:
Hotel, grant to the city departnent beheld in the New Public three-wheeled motorcycle board .
HurryM Fla. star. the Mayflower Court here, with Tampa Oeorge Allen prominent po.t.Sunrise
School Patrolman woodley buret
of education fora US 3663
2323 Monerief Rd. April 19th. attorney Pranclaco Rodriguez insurance executive,suffered -
cooperative effort with C)anIOn A'.. into the store pistol
representing the his second defeatin Service
three area colleges- The representative will drawn and ordered the
.
INDEPENDENT Oil COMPANY disfranchised persons aa many elections.Following
discuss the services of men to drop their Was
Morgan State, coppln his last In Sunrise service will be
I\o'nn: ?N r.' Uft): r itvrnY.ltCHNIC State and Towson State- NE3 and Issues facing Police arrested Charles Douglas Anderson 1943 Allen J was appointed observed Sunday at 5
*he education profess E. Byrd 20, of lUg
to train teachers specially O'clock in the Apostolic
:M : ON nlTY) to the powerful Dallas
Ike Joseph.PrnnrlPtor' equipped to meet the sion. Such topics ss Spearing! St. and CharlesMarvin '.. Dood it a Planning Commission a Shiloh Holiness Church.
State and Je'fersor "treet "', rl-qs'!, needs of elaentary and salaries,, tenure Insurance Ingraa, 23, of musical comedy will be first in the city's his At 3 p.m. the Rasterprogram
junior high school pupils welfare, retirement 217 N. Myrtle Ave. and presented in its fourth tory. A Dallas Negro attorney will be presented
who are handicapped rights and lodged thai in city jail annual event April 23 in lost In another ,
Lots socially, culturallyand responsibilities of ed without bond on armed Douglas Anderson High council seat try On April 21. the church
t economically.As ucators state and national robbery charges. School Oyatorlnm. beginning Tire pattern of Negro, will reader service at
,any as onefifthof legislation for Officers recovered at > p...- voting In Port worth ran 12th and DancyJci
the pupils in the Baltimore education will be dis un. u in cash and .
Of public schoolsare cussed. change taken from the

considered disadvantaged Cancer Caused \
NAACP FightOInUnu.d
\ and, like
EasterSpecials Many (Continued! from PIKF 5)) ( : from Page 5)
other large cities Baltimore -
has had difficulty rented to the public to was sentenced to lifeimprisonment. :%;
make everyone sore aware .
recruiting talented .
!! teasers to schoolsin of cancer and do something The negro youth has l

depressed neighborhoods about it.p.t.r.on spent the last three-
pointed out and-a-half years on
'The project Is designedto that many lives could be death row at ReldsvllleStste
'Ask About Themll
saved from
cancer ifprecautionary prison while the
attract able LIQUORS
nee teachers t- (
to these schools Measureswould NAACP successfully won a Hr';
be taken to guard of execution tour : '
stay '
Art StudioSOCIAL through a special two- "
Royal year college training oneself and family be- I U.... there .-
and Internship progran.The fore It Is too late.These After the death of
Measures include: Dumas' son in an automobile -
COMMERCIAL STUDIO SERVICE foundation granted
Regular\ medical checkupsby accident in
1963.
1123.000 to the St.Louis .
qualified physicians; Cobb accused the son is
.
515 DAVIS ST. school st.district.The Louis Institutes also recongition of with committing the
sysptons such as described fatal crime, stating .
which startedlaat 'XI'J: Ji )
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year under an ear- lo "Cancer's 7 that he bad helped the one )

ELGIN 4-1894 lier foundation grant, Danger Signals'pamphlets younger Dusts remove his
offered without
father's body and was
will enroll about 500 cost by the A..rlc.acancer told not to tell or be near
CLOSED All DAY TUESDAYS students each in 1349 Society.Early detection and his mother would be r/
and 19U V"
.3
and prompt, killed
proper treatment has Commenting: on his motion you
saved thousands of lives, for a new trial, Mr.

,. SHOP and SAVE At Your Peterson contented proofof Hollow.ll said: "It has
this is found In sorethan taken us four years to
1,300.000 Americans reach this point and it
alive today, cured of may be a long road up."
cancer based on a five
)U.U.WAREHOUSE year period oho further
Indications of the
,
disease after original
SANDBLASTERS AND LABORERSOf
diagnosis and treatment.;
:,tt; t'f' A.P STORE During the 1993 Crusade
i throughout the State,
Peterson said Many thousands -
of Society volunteers '
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3000 W. 45th Street raise 11,300,000 will endeavor so that to

control the socetty's prograaa cancer of AERO JET GENERAL SHIPYARD

lust Oil Hallway u. S. 1 li Plinhli scientific research

public and professional

OPEN SUNDAYS ti:;:d are: 'services education may and be patient expandedand

I I, 9 A.M. to 7s P. mm ugh good Saturday tbroI save Intensified Bore lives. to help An Election Will Be Held Montfay April) 1 19, 1965 To

: r' "- April
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