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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 7, 1966
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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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:
May 7, 1966
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:
UF00028362:00714

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Preceded by:
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Johnson Proposes Complete Housing Bias Ban



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WASHINGTON -
Negroes making up the bulk of WASHINGTON (NPISegre-
CM national unemployment gation in Northern cities is the
rank, problems confronting main target of civil rights legislation -
them ue being attacked from proposed by President "
several vantage poinU. Johnson in 1966. .
Tbe House of Representatives The President has asked Congress Fulfill These Rights.

has passed a bill introduced by to pass a law banning .
tepr!>A. C. Powell (D-N.Y.), Q sousing segregation everywhere -
'giving enforcement powers to In the country-with no *

r the Equal Employment Opportunity exceptions.
Commission. The bill Hardest hit were expected to
also more effectively prohibits be Northern cities like Chicago JUR'juFREED YOUTI
f discrimination in employment __ and New York,where housing :
bccaus of race, color, Million segregation, while not officially -
sex or national origin.In rt' sanctioned, Is as prevalent
Oakland, Calif..%3 million u in the South.
in public works grants 4 A would-be homeowner or ,
-and loans was awarded with a a iA renter could recover $500 damages I
IN JAX KILLING
special proviso to insure that or obtain an Injunction \
poor Negroes get a fair shareof ending the discriminatory refusal
the jobs.A if be- could prove that ;

separate Labor Department his religion or race was the .... .... .... .... .... OW' ... .... .... # # *
program would provide transportation reason he had been excluded.
to Job training and The President's'package: of Hunt
counseling centers. There civil rights legislation also Couple, Mother Of Victim ConferenceTo

would be also a Job shuttle r- MI a------ called for federal controls over
service for NeighborhoodYouthCorps Jury selection: la the South, '
trainees Willie. Mae Johnson (left), "Miss Tan America" congratulates stiff criminal laws to protect 'For Abandoning Wants Study
In Birmingham, Ala., Negro Miss Cheryl Tyre (right), who won the title of "Miss Tan rights workers against race Court TrialA
leaders plan a massive demon Dallas" at the Miss Tan Dallas Pageant held on April 2nd. violence there, and legislation, Minor ChildTAMPA
stration against U. S. Steel' to speed up school desegregation. ProblemsWASHINGTON
Company to dramatize alleged -A warrant was Issued 17-year-old Jacksonville youth has been released,from a Top
discriminatory hiring NAACP To Appeal Under the administration pro Thursday for the arrest murder charge In the slaying of another 17-year-old boy at
practices.Dr. posal, the murder of t civil of a Tampa couple for depriving D Street and Iris Boulevard May 3. -The 29-mem-

John Nixon, Alabama rights worker could resultIn a. minor child, after leaving However, the mother of the operator of Weaver's Pine Inn. ber Council to the White House
NAACP president, accused the life Imprisonment Bodily Conference "To Fulfill These
their three-year-old daughter victim Is far from content with A coroner's Jury ruled that i
federal government of falling Injury would be subject to $10 Rights" has agreed to concentrate
six days with a friend. the ruling Mrs. Coley told the Andrew Calhoun of 5839 Iris
to Implement civil rights laws $85,793 DamagesFor 000 fine end 10 years prison. Mrs. Sadie Warren, 1522 Lamar FLORIDA STAR she felt the Blvd shot and killed Haywood major work sessions at
pertaining to employment. The President faces two ob- the forthcoming June 1-2 Con
told police that last Friday Jury erred in its verdict and Coley, who lived at 1849 Me-
Ii Richmond Va. the FourthU. stacled to his 1966 ference three problem areas
rights pack- Roberta and Harold Hunter that she Intended pursuing the harry Ave in self defense. on
,
S. Circuit Court of Appeals age. Jobs and Economic Securityand
left their baby with her for a case further. The Jury empaneled before -
ordered the reinstatement of Boycotting Threats of a Southern filibuster short while.They failed to check She hinted that then was 1m- Justice of the Peace Jesse Welfare, Education, and
three Negro nurses who said are already being heard. with her about the baby's needs, '_......... 'Leigh, was told that the victim Housing.
,
they discharged from the And While recognizing the Importance
were Republican support Is needed she reported, and she did not was Calhoun
approaching
Dixie Hospital, Hampton, for NEW. YORK -(NPI)- Another try at having the $85,791 if the bm U to pass.I see either until ,Harold camefey 8,fr with a knife when the shooting of many other areas in
,". racial '"*ID'. "- ..* }>- 1 damages "nt1*set'aside by the Supreme Court will be mach;,. However, some I of the' sting for house jri Monday.When *4f + occurred., Calhoun said Coley; 'tuUUllnt.1b) ; *"rtt" "ts*ol-the
The nurses told by hospital by the NAACP declared Robert L. Carter, the organization's Has been taken out of Southern she asked him to take the baby, failed to heed his warnings to American ,N'llo.tbe 'Council,
authorities not to In the counsel filibusters was of the opinion that tbe*e ,
eat general last.week. 1_ by the phenomenal be refused claiming that his stop.
cafeteria, ignored the, orders The upr.meourt; in a :504 The illnrH opinion:' written i Increase In.the number of registered wife would be by shortly for it. The two boys had been in several -. three areas are of the utmost
and were fired. by Justice William O. Douglassaid 'Negro voters summoned urgency and magnitude as to
then decision and without explanation In the When she police, fights during the previoussix
"
The court ruled that the hospital refused to take up the : "The rights of political South. they reportedly checked their weeks require the closest attention,
clearly interfered with the NAACP's appeal 'against the association are fragile enough Many Southern politicians, house on Central and Palm Ben W. Helneman, Council
constitutional rights of the nurses verdict handed down for the without adding the additional having few Negro voters in but discovered that they bah; Negroes Are Doing Chairman, declared.Mr. .
who refused to abide by the 1962 boycott of a Savannah(Ga.) threat of destruction by law (heir districts, were u unabashedly moved recently. Mrs. Warren Helneman said the decision
hospital's established policy of market by the Savannah branch. suit. racist In the past; only further stated that they had had been reached in a
racial discrimination.In Carter said the application In expressing the view that to become more "mellow" as not left any clothes with her Double Their Share series of weekend work sessions
Noblesville, led, the Job would be filed soon.The NAACP the majority decision was In Negro voting registration Increases. for the baby, w.hlch,accountedfor of the past month. The
hit error, Carter said "the dissenting Council has held meetings on
Corps program another snag had protested the verdict because the baby's dirty condition. "
as teenage ..gang members it "had no knowledge of opinion of Justice I In Viet Nam War March 5, 19, 26, and April
boasted of plans to start a riot the Savannah Branch's picketIng Douglas "embodies our views ANDREW CALHOUN 1 and 2. Mr. Helneman added
on the merits of our claim that staff papers are also being
and take over the camp. Three at respondent's market- Blamed NPI
Cigarettes WASHINGTON -( ) -
that the decision of Supreme prepared on the administration
youths ran and were caught until it served
away was with the petition partiality due to the killer being Negroes are dong twice their
for
Court of Georgia sustaining an of Justice and Health possible
by sheriffs policemen on a it defendant in
making a
the relative of
a well-known share in the Viet Nam fighting
theConference
award of damages against the Inclusion on
highway near Camp Atterbury. this
action. It did not supervise
whiskey store operator-the President Johnson has revealed
They told police they bad been the conduct of the Savannah National Office and our Savannah agenda.

trainees.In threatened. by a gang of armed employees Branch, nor there did"it have any decided Branch" was erroneously For Cole's, Deathlegal i Draft Objector He said, "Negro Americans posed The Conference by. President was Johnson first pro last-

22 cent of the
comprise
the meantime a complaint However the Court action. Plans per June In a speech: at Howard University
Supreme LOS ANGELES Maria Cole
Truck Driver AppealCHICAGO enlisted men In our army com when he said its object
filed by Jesse Perry Baker, threw out the appeal from the widow of singer Nat King Cole, Urs.j Cole's attorney, Leo bat units in Viet Nam and 22 ,
a Washington Negro is being Georgia ruling that the NAACPcan In Wreck threatened to file suit against Branton said that he bad filed -(NPO) Donald M. per cent of those who have lost Would be "to help the American which
considered by the Commission be held liable for picketing., two cigarette firms alleging a summons against the two Weatherall, 22, announced last their lives in battle there." Negro fulfill the rights
*rs's Council on Human ordered by Savannah Branch. IIAINES CITY An Orlando that cigarettes caused her hus unldeatlfled firms within one week plans to appeal his conviction About 11 per cent of the after the long time Injustice to ",
Relations. The case: Involved IIaldred truck driver was killed and a band's death. year of the singer's death. on charges of violating nation's 195 million people are be is finally about secure.
Baker was fired from his Job Overstreet, a white grocer who passenger Injured Saturday She changed her mind, however Explaining the decision to halt the Selective Service Act when Negro About 2,000 persons will participate -
with the Chesapeake Poto- sought to collect $85,793.05 in when the tractor cab they were and the latest word is the legal proceedings, Branton he comes up for sentencing "We fall victim to a profound in the two-day session at the
mac Telephone because damages from the national riding in went out of control that she won't go through with said "No one has ever won May 27 before U. S. District hypocrisy when we say that which will be held
Park Hotel A. Philip
company foremen said he wasdifficult. organization its Savannah and turned over on U. S. 27 one of these cases, so we gaveIt Judge Joseph Sam Perry. Negroes cannot buy or rent Sheraton
." Branch and two branch officers. near here. DiscriminationIs more thought and decided to Weatherall has challenged the dwellings among citizens they Randolph, dean of the nation's
However, Baker said be was The five-Justice majority- Dead at the scene was Leslie abanjUn the Idea. Furthermore, United States' right to induct fight to save the President civil rights leaders, 1s the
fired because of racial discrimination Hugo L. Black, Tom C. Clark, James Douse 1122 W, JacksonSt. ChargedWASHINGTON this kind of thing Is too difficult him into the armed services added. Honorary Chairman of the
This is the first case John M. Harlan, Potter Stew His passenger, Charles Lee to prove, and the tobacco to serve in Viet Nam. Conference
to be heard by the Council art and Byron R. White-did Montgomery, 43, of Lake Mann -The National companies have strong lobbies. Mr. Helneman, who is chairman
under the provisions of the not state their reasons as they Homes was admitted to Heartof Association: fo r the Advance We figured up the difficultiesof of the Chicago ft NorthWestern
Fair Employment Law that became Joined In the nine-word order Florida Hospital, Haloes ment of Colored People> scheduled : proving our case, the personal Writes Bonanza Script I Railway Company' explained
effective last July. rejecting the NAACP appeal. City. the filing'of' complaints of inconvenience and the expense that task forces, under
Job discrimination against 27 and we decided to drop the supervision of Edward C.
I Get Music companies and three local trade err Sylvester Jr., Vice Chairman
Scholarship
onion before the Equal Employ Branton also said that the emotional of theConference, have been
ment Opportunity Commission expense of rehashing the assisting the Council in developing

here, May 9. singer's death would have been actiOll-orlentedprocram.
The complaints Involve too great a strain on his widow.. in Housing Education, and Jobs
.. charges made by 74 NAACP and Economic Security and

". !, members in seven states, Her- Tampa Mayor i Welfare.
: : ; bert Hill, NAACP director for "Without in any way mlnlmi-

"' ." "(;J ... ; ,: labor program said The filing Vetoes Bar slog the vital role of the Federal
>. 'j"'f i'l of these complaints, be added, r Government, the major purpose
) "' "continues .the Association's TAMPA-Mayor Nick C.Nu- of this Conference is toattemptto
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straggle to make equal employment clco Monday vetoed a liquor bring other segments of society
: .. opportunity available to ordinance which would have allowed -business, labor, and
f .,;. .i. all." the location of a bar near state and local governmentsinto -
:. A large number of the complaints the Maryland Avenue Urban the cause of helping to

,', '. ; :4j are against southern Renewal development make the American Negro an
; -C transportation companieswhich City Council had passed the equal partner In the society,"

"I ; ,.. 'J"I \. .." : Mr. Hill charges, "have ordinance April 26 allowing Mr. Heineman said.
.. .>, :'J-: '!" ";, """',':';''.','', il\i: 'i:. ;, traditionally excluded Negroes sus CohaUa Jr. to operate the Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, alsoa
', ,' '" : "' : liar acroaflhe street from his Conference Vice Chairman,
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.' J -r; : : 'II : :\" from the long-haul or over-the-
"., ,. ::: : ', '" '" ,..', .t':: road category of employment." present location at the corner who is Washington Director,
''i of Sixth Avenue and Nebraska. Southern Christian Leadership
;: ." Among the companies citadels:
'
.,, ; General Motor Lines,Observer The present site Is being ton Conference, has been meeting
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I '". 't' '" Transportation Company, and down for the aria renewal with leaders of a cross section:

the Johnson Motor Lines System project recently awarded to the of groups and organisations
'/ : all of Charlotte, N. C. Lily Whites aadLongsnoremee. throughout the country to further
,' the Conference
The three unions cited lathe The Mayor's veto statement explain
and to solicit their ideas
to u follows goals
complaints are Local 1441. International :
Carriers "The cUr has and suggestions in the major
expended
FAMU STUDENT GITS MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP M Red large
Gerald Davis Daft) receives a Basic problem areas.
of
Building and Coastal Laborers sou money to take advantage
scholarship from C. Ausbury GrkOey (second from right), local Tallahassee business of the urban renewal Currently staff members
man Sharing' the occasion are Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of Florida AIM Universitysnd : United Memphis Local 425 aid, tt Is our desire intent program 8CRIPTER TV viewers will see Robert L. Goodwin's third under the direction of Berl I. +
Wr. Rebeeea W. Steele. director: of the FAMU Choir. Mrs. Grldley a native of Laurel Papermakers aid kcc.thattheseixpendtur story written by him for the"Bonanza'.shog when they witness Bernhard, Special: Compel to
Miss. the hone of Metropolitan Opera Singer, Leontyne Price: He gave Qw scholarship In Paperworkers Roanok be jwtUtJe4bytbe, swill '"A Dollars Worth of Trouble" Sunday night May 15 on N B C, Mr. Helneman and the Conference -
honor of Miss Price to a promising FAMUstudent Interested opera singing Miss Davis, a Rapids International, N. C.) awl Local 6M of, and betterment of improvement sot only chancel 4. Other stories written by Goodwin for the Bonanza are seeking to.developthe

Junior voice major Is the daughter of Mrs. Mercerlue Rutledge 421 N. W. 4th Street, Po a- Firemen and Brotherhood McComb the project areas but..adjacentareas. series Include "Might Is The'Word", televised Nov. 7, 196 widest possible par)
Duo Beach, Florida (FAMU Photo by Ernest Flllyau. .Miss. Oilers and "The Fighters" last April 24. ticipation.President .




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.AIE 2 5111. PAPERS SATIIIAY. lAY 14, 1.
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TMK FLORIDA_ STAB, m s g v;% -if u < ,i; The Urban

NEWS'
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by the. FIorStll.a.r: PoDlshfn Story

MEMB R, $$$ **& : "' ::4 : League

BI CLAP4ZEL T. BROWN.

NEGRO P fiI01VA WA ASSOCIATE ORECTOR

ta tad
>Mff Job Development is the number ode area

litbC of concern for this month. In fact
: E.itir It
UMrSON.
III
,...... nil is Job Development And Employment month

unit. wOOHK..CircifHiii Hnifir23irMncril for your local League.
It One of the ways we can increase the job

.. : ,.., \\. opportunities of the Negro is to help him
t apprenticeship appointments.
'\ get The
Usi .r.II' Elfli 45)82Mailiij : ... schools, employment service, NAACP, Urban

A.irisjf. League and Interested citi-

zens should encourage young
K : ,
;:;, r people to take advantage of
0. Bu SSS Jukjiiiilli, Flirili.:J2ql i tf: these training programs. It

has been Drought to the attention -
MIAMI IF lCD ; /d r' ,f \ of this offlce'thatnot

131' -KW 3rf .nUI: 3)1.1125.) r. ,k one Negro has applied for I
luJ EDUCATION a A COMPANION MICH noDtSTROY ,
apprenticeship training as
..;; ;;" rnSfORTUNfCANDEORESS-i WEt" a
AJ./ENATI-NO electrician
-HO CNEIfY plumber or
SUBSCRIPTION RATES DEPOT1.sNENLAV Aroe, '
One year $6.00 ,- Half tear; $4.00 AfgllMD;ttBOM AN INTBODUCriOH. ; metal smith, and surely there are others.
*SMACr. AUDI This is important area to
Milled to YOU Anywhere in the united states "ocitrr.AH o* eiir VITMOUTITAtlA30HIH an concentrateon
subscription payable in advance wMA r I1 A MAN'-A S P m*f ND/D SA AVr r 5 4 because many young people have average
} MM ft Intel Iigance, and if steered to
Send check or none order to: VAaLt good
training programs after high school ,
FLORIDA STAR P.O. QXJS99l would become good citizens and good em
J.U}Jet. Florida. .
.
ployees. On the other hand, if he goes,

to college his change of success is

r..r- / i limited because of his lack of ability or
Governor Run Will Be to
Tough
;Off .. circumstances. Getting Negroes into apprenticeship -

Those Negro voters who banked their MAKE THAT bREAM COMETRUE..STAY IN SCHQOLIi programs can help close the

,hopes on Robert King High of Miami got a TO gap in income and employment.

good scare when Scott Kelly threatened According to Sylvia Porter, if the Negro

several times to take the' lead. In a unemployment rates could be suddenly low

tortotse-like finish, Mr. High regained ered today's unemployment rates for white

second place to force a runoff with Incumbent workers, the nation's' gross national product -'

Governor Haydon Burns. Your Weekly would jump an extra 5 billion

Have you asked yourself objectively why dollars in 1066. If both Negro unemployment -

you voted for Governor Burns a/gr.h1:: and productivity could be suddenly

you considered Robert King High the lib- m Equal lied at today's white citizen's'

eral standard-bearer? No, and ,probably standards, the rise in gross national
:::: Guide ::::::
you won't.' There is something about Horoscope product would be an astounding 27 billion

human beings that makes them stand pat on dollars, a gain of U percent in our year-

their decisions no matter if "the deal ly output of goods and services.We .

goes down. ..........!et..y .'.(....."t,),.. know there are many problems facing
Governor Burns turned out better than By PABLO, I The ASTROLOGER, minority group workers, but apprenticeship -

the prognosticators predicted. He pro- program training is one way to help

mised little, but gave much to the Negro, WHICH ARE YOUR LUCK Y DAYS FOR Increase the life chances of minority
and set the precedent for appointing group members, especially the Negro, and

Negroes to hih places in government. He BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL raise the gross National ,product at the
-
did what no other Florida Governor had -.. same time. Each person should work withan

done before. organization or as a citizen to help

.The King and Kelly followers accused young people get raalning for the skilled

Burns' of doing these things in order to tARIESt. genes should enable yon to car- lly when both sides insist on within themselves. There have trades where the average hourly rate is

win reelection. Are you absolutely sure in Ii.. 17 considerable weight. being In the right. The idea of been many successful men la better than $3.00 per hour.N.8.rols.WIIOUlcll.Posts.
about this opinion? .-60-88-18-84 -385 a compromise or friendly meditation the past who have rued their
'1".Ap.t9tb is the that is ambition
one more and fame and who
Now that two of the Governorship candi- ..CAXCE apt to restore complete harmony regret not having remained
dates have yeenellmingted reevaluate If t the sam*. No matter boa '
: .rn ".J4dcluly I among those who lead quiet and .
new the two who will J I defy, all odds to wall ther may bu,camouflaged : ,2n.1 2-90-77-18-72-986 simple) lives. Of course, each
Dd'tbe bad wmalnUM .
tile food *
win on,Nay ,211th. .. person must make up his mind The
same nnderneatt. What WM While recent elections over the nation
Yon caD't have both. .lIBRI._ put
.. 1-70
the forepart of the -66-17-83-697 In office
food daring stability and security are esseatlal ,Dorn e'i- Negroes who had vever campaigned -

We'' Can Eontrol Pests For Better,Health wa month* not remain also !has that not way.chanced Wbat to your happiness, WCd, !W.1l before In political elections./ Many
which is It should be
'on* Iota. Hit slfalfic UaeeOl1tf'.ttOQ u you morn felt defeat at the -moment.when their -
ca; Jot topple them over to Strive and conquer. Idleness opponents
Florid is noted for its many lakes and of the policies that satisfy your emotional does not contribute one iota to ;22nd.Jan,JJifiT1IJI1k overtook them in the final ballot

swamps, and in many cases they consti- are protective la character, cravings. All seem to be on a happiness. Serious endeavor calmly. If there is anything reporting.Two .

tute a health hazard. This coupled with for yourU koaom, the family. A solar and the. solid footing and every precau- do, even if you feel that you are Important to arrange especially Negroes were elected mayors in Southern
feneral ec
tics should be taken to maintain being overworked now andthen. in connection with tra- California
unthoughtful citizens who throw beer Ups,backed 19 by rather contrary by their fellow councilmen. -
v.1
education
thl:' position. The possibility The Utter coarse Is by far UM and long range .
cans, liquor bottles, and trash along the planetary upect are DuBois McGee, 5U, of El Centro
of your feelings getting out of most fruitful in the sense of, projects get everything concluded ,
highway make the problem worse. the authority for the warning hand 1 II being heightened by a personal achievement u well while you are benefit- 'California and Thomas Yarborough of

While local citizens must depend upon spinal with taking fund 1D11111118CeUU'Jrlatl or other pre solar eclipse that throws a u in the maintenance of the tine from extraordinarily Elslnore;California, became mayors ..respectively. -
shadow over your friends and living standards that you and favorable planetary aspects.
health departments to provide healthy en- It 1 DotJet
does poesesslon This would .
dear ones beside your self.Take yours have established U In- make tt Impossible
viroments in their areas by disinfectingswamps time for you tohigh make a bid, a couple days off to study the dispensable. The combination of for the busybodies or Insidious A Lubbock, Texas, dentist, Dr. W. D.
and improving low level drat gage, for a position or toward. -jdeteloplnf trend and to determine a solar eclipse and adverse Influences from Interfering to (Dud) Rogers, Jr. was elected by a
the fulfillment of mayor
ambition
big
the people can help tremendously in this your Just bow you should go planetary indications emphasizes your eventual frustration. A
surprise write-in vote
but the moment 1* soon solar of the town'scitizens.
eclipse be the indicator
enterprise.This about diverting the unfavorable all the more the necessity may
due. ones. You may require complete of maintaining a strict of thwarted desires or Down in Tuskeoee, Alabama,
can be achieved by placing beer 7'80>-55-II-S4-483lOlhMay solitude during this time In watch over personal and Joint something going amiss hi the Attorney Fred Gray, who led right up to

cans and whisky bottles in a paper I litter TAURU order to pass Judgment. material. The attempts to enmesh lives or minds of your dearest last tap was overtaken by his opponents.
,
bag which can be deposited II the nearest II I 5-10-115-15-68 r-132 you in a venture that have one. The Caprlcornians who Now he will campaign In a runoff for a
sensed such
could make inroads possibilitiesahead
trash can, rather than being thrown on dangerous
seat in the Alabama
26)nIf in of time have been House.
be may
.UO' your reserves may now
the shoulders of our streets and high multiplied. able to set up the essential St. Petersburg Attorney Frank Petersonwas
ways. 'fan -Ju,>>d safeguards good time. Showyour
tempting There seems k 6-90-66-16-54-893 recently nominated as the Democratic
If each person will keep his own pre- be a regular tar of war between Ar AujhpdThere authority.. candidate for the seat In the State Houseof

mises clean, we can I lick mosQuitos, polluted row heart, material and is a very advantageous SCORPIO 4-60-88-16-84-386 Representatives In this State. He defeated -

l waters and streams, and many more professional Interests. Slice situation developing that could 2'e4ln. a Clearwater businessmen Frank
only one can come oat the win Nov2na JltJRIV1:! ,
enable to make
things. yon a monetary -
; Kunnem ,
by a vote of
ner;you may be well advisedto killing. But you will have to be 23UU9 to 16,089
consult the most reliable authorities I"fth with 171 of the 173
quick on the trigger to prevent Ti1 : precincts reporting
Find Pride or am
your way:
Teachers Must Work For Integratiop'The problem.retarding Apparently your pressing the machinations of others fromPlacing bltlon may be pulling you boot If* all wrong. A promised i in May 3 primary.i
{ insurmountable Qbst -
heart ha the hand direction whereas commamsense could materialise
upper gain during
des in
have. and Is driving you one way. But your path A solar eclipse are urging yon to adopt: this quarter In the event that YES
, newspapers been full of reports practical considerations also ((20th) disclose that your the opposite course. Try to get It was prevented by opposition WE All TAU
of Negro chance of
teachers achieving end
being displaced by your your mind made up while you
are very much la the pictureand from rivals or other restraining
whites rn the process of Integration. may be practically nil after its are being favored by the best
may claim priority. A solar circumstances. Should yon receive
at least for the .Casting
advent duration the
Just as we have been of aspects. Good may come Ballot
Is not snhstantlal outright
fighting to get eclipse facilitating of this, month. No matter how any sum
pupils, I integrated into our Southern your task and may even leave hard you may try It probably of through the the sudden willingness the safest procedurt One of my readers wrote me saylng'th'at
school systems, so must teacher organizations you more at sea than ever. It will.be only the Leos who ha. friendly lDrputDertoarr1'ft'at solutions because would be to put It In the bank or she was the secretary of her organization
ever 1* a pleasant task to la guaranteed Investment such
use their might to effect jobs break off alliances especially: been laid foresighted, &DC1who have' of the Interve-P of a mutual as government bond*. It would and also delegate from her local unit to
for Negro faculty I members. away a sizeable nest egg friend via t. fOIl both in es the national
those of loaf standing. The who will feel not take long for unscrupulous convention. When it came
comparatively
One educator said the "time for buck- opening to do something constructive cure. U you are among th.m.se teem. Should and there! you remafnadacunt characters to get wind of your time to vote!! by ballot, she wanted to know
are
passing on this Issue may be visible on many good fortune and to start scheming how could she
has get do this
run out. away bFlour..1f for awhile chances that yon will, the end and represent qualified i-
Indeed It is and we must not expect the 4-SO-44-17-29-US DIre and plan for new cooquests. result may be a definite parting cutting on la way.ad on the pte.means/* ,**on membership of her local o ganlzatlo,;.
school officials to do this without .- of the ways.Such is the message According constitution
a Vh11!? of an organization -
8-20-77-19-64-893, brought by a solar eclipse and 360991492697 ,
strong nudge from our teacher associa- &GEMINI( rather delegate may represent at
provocative planetary
tions. ,fliir.ft'irt.,"' -. t.. configurations. Try again to n. the national convention his local l -membership -
While we are pushing for desegregationof atgLygr 21* store harmony. .1 of eligible voters. Let "s assune(
the teaching let 3 ,that the delegate is to
force
be
us sure Remaa rider cover. There ao g40881536- 413 represent 20 persons -
that we can measure up when placed in doubt are many among you who Let events decide.Allow your- If* all the .... The aTfchanges' from his 'local unit. Thus, when It
competition with any man under the sun. have ceased what 1* coming and ;.self to be guided by the force of s ju a US that the more a thing comes time to vote, the delegate ( In this
who nave made the necessaryprovisions levects or circumstance so as Jhe more It is the same certainly case, the secretary) can
cast
In Negro Hisfory, to cope wife tt.Those not to commit any serious errors f' !JC.,1tJ T_ holds true for this rather !his local a ballot for
membership
.' who...not still have a couple of Judgment. And Incases unfavorable third quarter.Swong QUESTION of twenty Persons.
Mal 6, 1911 Birth (f Willie Maya, su Francisco Glut 'day la welch to try and catch where they do not seem clear The point 1* reached. All the into action, get or sign : Often at our meeting, I see
I possible ec.t.eDdIr'for1he bom run honor held by BabeRwth, ..,. You had better be getting ;to you, you may call upon the promises and ldmoa1&luDtAtI agreement and collect all member raising their hands to get the
la Westfleld, Alabama. busy without further delay even services of an old and faithful to date still apply. Only at this needed facts to back your CUt. opportt7rfity to spea-k' ','S
when you have to resort to 1mprovlcatlon. ally for advice: and clarification time the a solar eclipse disclose If any, while you are under the ---R.L.P.ANSWER. thls.correct
Hay T, I798- Ttodcus>*!iu koiaPollsh Revolutionary War The solar eclipse Do so before trouble overwhelms that climax may be reached. strongest protective Influence *
to his fnmn that have to If"you sacrifice all to ambition of the month Be sure : No, this is incorrect.
hero, provided tor the education of Negroes will. you may you, and not after when you we properly.
ordeal of there will be a penalty. U fully prepared whatever the member should
undergo an no mean It may be too late. The solar you nuy rise and
proportions. This could mean don't, you may have subsequent ,be coming. A solar IC1.III9I1aJ chair by address the
d Ifay 7 1843-The Airlctal/etbodistLplscapefCLreL! organ eclipse signifies the possibility say tp: "Mr. Chaff
" 1. 1 UnlJTm,ICy.,by So U> raU thall t Episcopal Con abrupt change: affecting your of plan gone wrong pro- regrets thinking that you missed lie n back of mis Judgment,travel READERS: For my panel rmanri
tt '. home *M professional fttnf. jects delayed or ab&DdoDed.aDda your chance: of a lifetime. mishap*and fouled-up cosaunlcatlon send two discussion pamphlet
Make,it your main business t a general date of confusion 1D1011I' Those of you who are very Intuitive *of alleleseristtoM.Keep velope !'to stamps and a long business eQ.-
M $7 1857-Dred Scott of the U... Supreme CourtlaadeI be on the right side of thosewho mind or environment. The or perceptive can find your emotions strictly Dr. M. H. Ooulware I Florida I A&M
4m, which held 'Negifq hart no right which white sit Ia the seat of the mighty. weekend could be Oiled with the answer to this or other wader. control at all times7109911Hni unldversl23207ty, Box 31a-A Tallahassee
AM an bond to,.. ." Tour personality and Intelli contention and strife Ispec"I I similar riddle way down deep Fto-

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MAY 14/1366 STAR PAPERS
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Douglas AndersonTo William Raines Spring Pas hionation Unveils Chlcqu

SchoolTo -- ----
,Present Drama High


Tbt Douglas Anderson Boy Present, Drama StylesH
will present their annual "We
Dood It, Co-Gp" show Friday William Raines High School
at t I p.m., In the school audi will present Tra-Co-Dram, the
torium. dramatic guild of Bethune-
The participants are:Clarence Cookman College, In the first
Polke, Donna Campbell Her. performance In this city: May
bert Griffith, Jessie Kennedy, 23 at 8 p.m., In the school:
William Kennedy, Macao How- auditorium.
ell, Louis Donaldson, Leonard The group has been presentedby
Jackson, Epheslan colleges and civic groups
Hartley,Na- p I' a.I ';'
throughout the southeastern ..1
ttan! Williams, Roland Hayes,
United States, and will appear I h .
Gregory Job I '
a son, Gilbert
In an original play written and : I
Wright, Kenneth Griffith, Robert _
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Fields, Perry Shepard, directed by Dr. Thurman W. 1 t 1 p (4Y 1 f __
Phelemon Williams, Artice Stanback chairman: of the Division -
of Humanities at the col 4
Bartley Albert '
Jones, Le on { rt +
Smith, Bobby Thomas, Dennis leg.
Cannon Ronald Wanton, Theodore

McIntyre, Eulene Bryant Annual Hobo Dance .
Willie Brown, William UurrelL
Ronald Wright, Frank Adams, ,
Larry Adams, Rudolph] James, Set For May 21 t .
Gary Simmons, James Brown,
Fortson Spratllng. The third Annual Hobo Dance '7I .
,
Also Richard Williams, Lants sponsored by Nu Chapter of
Cooper, Samuel Davis, Lester Beta Phi Beta Sorority will be
Logan, Ralph Tisdale, O'Hara held May 27th, 1968, at UM .
Davis, Eric Wallace, Rodell Duval County Armory. Music
Bartley, James Way, George will be furnished by a popular
Bell, Eugene Lawton, Rodney band. j .
McIntyre and Oscar Beauford. Proceeds from this rfffalr will ,'.
Featured skits are: "Go-Go" help the Retarded Children's ><
girls, "Batman and Robin," Foundation Tickets may be obtained -
"House Party," "Telephone from members of the
Hotline" "Moms Kable)" and Sorority. JAXON IS GUEST MODEL---Miss Elaine Holaen GUEST MODEL---Attractive Mrs. Benjamin H. 'OP ART'' FORMAL---Erma Armstrong of Tallahassee -

the: *"Helnt-Slmmons." Commercial of .Jacksonvi I lei was a guest model duringthe Groomes, the former Miss Freddie Lang of models an "Op' art" formal in
recent Spring Fashlonatlon at Florida JackspnvlIle was a guest model in the the recent Spring Fashlonatlon annual

A&M University. She is pictured "here Spring Fashlonatlon given recently at show sponsored by the Florida A&M University -

wearing a garment created for her by her Honda A&M University under the direction Department of Home Econmlcs un-
191 Don't Have T.O oo To town To Get sister, Yvonne a senior majoring In home / of Dr. Emma L. Kitties. Pictured verslty Department of Home Economicsunder

economics at FAMU. The formal sheath here, Mrs. Groomes models an at home out- the direction of Dr. Emma L. Kit k

LOW PRICESDRUG fashioned along empire lines, is designed fit created especially for her by Hazel tIes. The attractive gown was copied
with embroidery-outlined front panels Perkins of Dade City, Fla. Miss 'Perkins from the pages of Harper's Bazaar Magazine -

The model and her fashion designer sisterare Is a freshman majoring in home economics .

STORE NEEDS daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. education. Mrs. Groomes, also a FAMU

Holden I I3U9 W. 12th Street Jackson- alumna, Is now serving as a counselor in
--------- Fashion Show For Cancer DriveAn
ville. ---FAMU staff photo by Er'nest the Operation .Upward Bound program at her
Trade with Your Neighborhood I
storeWE
Drug
Fillyau.I alma mater.FAMU staff photo by Ernest "Evening in Paris," featuring other singers. The orchestra
WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL Fill I I yau. music, fashions and will be conducted by Frank
papers we .Deliver fe also fill all Doctors ____________ talent, is scheduled Sunday at LeGree.
proscriptions. Fletchei 7.30: p.m., in the East and West Mrs. Pauline Shaw, Mrs. Ruth
Mrs.( Nannye r WEDDING BELLSJohn Urban League Office At New Address Ballrooms of the Hotel MayM.. Deal and Mrs. LUlle M.
flower Smith will present the hairstyle
Dixie Pharmacy Is Speaker For Wesley Warrick, 1830 W. Dr W. W.Schell Jr.,chairman component of the Greater Jack- The event, sponsored by the models, and Mrs Beulah
Sisterhood Dinner 20th St., 21 and Sherry AnnBlau of the Jacksonville Urban Lea- sonvUle Economic Opportunity, West Division of the 1966 Cancer McClellan will serve as nar-
5518 Mahalla Dr., 17. pie, has announced the relocaInc.. Is also located at the ad- Crusade, is headed by Mrs rator. Roland Paul will be
tlon of the Urban League Office 6" Road At MTrtle A unue, Mrs. Nannie Fletcher will be Richard Bossard 1543 Davis The League's new address Is Persons desiring the register Mrs Ethel Spears, guest The Citywide Hostess Club, ,
1302 KialS the speaker for the annual St., 23 and Virginia! Lee Hum- 625 West Union Street-Boom for employment through the Ur- model will appear In exotic headed by Mrs. Irene Williams, I
Sisterhood Dinner, which will phrey, 1616 W. 26th St., Apt. #4. ban League Skills Bank program creations for the summer ApwUl greet the guests, and a I
Phones Ellis 5559798 be held Saturday at 7 p.m., lathe 3,21. Project ENABLE, a consumer **. requested to file appllca- pearing in latest popular selections :hampagne fountain will be featured -
Thunderbird Restaurant education program directed by Uona, as several unfilled posi- will be JohnStanberry, courtesy of Hugh Wilson. I
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may
Vlrgie Kline Mathews, Mrs. Marian Walker, and a lions are on file recording artist, Tonettes, W. R. Hill will serve Master
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE contacting Brewster any Hospital member Alumnae of the, Julia 320 Woodlawn Hlerrezuelo Ave, 1679, 60 W.Mc and Doris Mack. Billy Bradford and of Ceremonies
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sponsoring group, before Fri Conine .,St.
BILLS ,AT OUR STORE, day. All professional nurses
"' .. ,' have been Invited to attend. Johnny Lee Bartley, Rt. 8, Box
iMrs.. Fletcher is a graduateof I58C 21 and Joyce Linda Till-
,.. .. 1'm
Brewster Hospital School man, Rt: 8, Box 458C, 19. h if Jt t.'>.' '"'
of Nursing with affiliation at --
( :
Freedman's Hospital! Washington John Alexander Simmons, 642 ifI
.r D. C. W. LAval St., 56 and Melvlna I ;- :1:1f !
A She attended the University Roberts, 642 W. Duval St., 27.
of North Carolina for Public ,
Health Nursing requirements \
1 Enjoy the extra smoothness of' I and received the associate arts Jobs Opened For
degree from Edward Waters _
7 Year Old Kentucky Bourbon I College. Mrs. Fletcher Is a
member of Mt. Zion AME Colege Students
Church, American Nurses Association f
and other social Persons with two years of
many
and civic organizations. college and college graduatesare I
4Y She has served as secretaryand urged to attend a meeting T
to beheld May 16al tile;,
on the board of directors
Internal Revenue Service office
of the Florida Nurses Association Universal
located In the :
I District 2, and is presently Marion Building.
I serving as chairman of | .
A meeting was arranged by
I the Public Health Nurses, City the IRS OD May 10 concerning:
Health Department. the need for qualified Negro> QiJ _
I She will be introduced by Mrs. applicants Organizations such _

and the I C.chairman.L. Hammond, progrm as the NAACP, Urban League,!
Citizens Committee for Better;
extra
agedoesn't Education, Human Relations
? cost Rev. S. Nesbitt Council, and other interested _
Bou4'bo one extra cent! citizens attended this meeting .

Speaks For SororsRev. and were assured that equal _
opportunity does exist in the _
Samuel Nesbitt will be Internal Revenue Service.
guest speaker for the annual Persons interested in further (
tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., .Information concerning this
in Brewster Methodist Hospital meeting are asked to contact
M/t00rMME31rn Cafeteria. the Urban League office.Florida's .

The occasion Is the National
lemon industry was
M a',teeleMllc.
., ar .aaa Hospital Week observance by almost totally destroyed by the
Sigma Chapter, Chi Eta Phi freeze of 1894-95, after which
Sorority. the 11m.'industry expanded,

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Williams I I Arthur and Annie Bell Jones received Ing the trip. .t. ;r/''1ff.;..

friends formally at their residence ............ kl
58IU Begonia Road. Their marriagewas ,
I solemnized April In St. Paul Lutheran
,
deliver the address
will
Paul A. Labrenz Nan Fletcher
Church with the Reverend
for the Annual Sisterhood Dinner to be
officiating. Sunday May I IU, at
7:00 ,
held at p.m.
headed the '
: Virgie (Mrs. John) Martin re-
receiving line, presenting guests to the Thunderbird Restaurant.
Fletcher will be Introduced by Mrs.C. .
newly weds; Mrs. Versle Mlnatee, mother Mrs.

1 of the groom; Mrs. Daisy Mae Prince and L. Hammond sponsored by the
Is being
The dinner
Mrs. Grace Russ, sisters of the groom; Alumnae. Mrs. M. W.
Hospital
Brewster
i Mrs. Mable Lamb Abbott; and Hezeklah has extended an Invita-
Brown president
,
Godwin brother of the groom.
to attend
I' Louise (Mrs. John) Wash was In charge of tion to all professional nurses

gifts, assisted by Johnnie Mae (Mrs. the dinner.

Ambrose Mitchell I Josephine I Cleveland I **.*........ .

Evelyn I (Mrs. Riley) Anderson and Verne I II

i I (Mrs. Edward) Robinson. Doris Jones kept Sigma Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Is

j the guest bOOk.< celebrating national Hospital week witha
Thomazlna (Mrs. (Kernaa) McFarlln servedas tea to be held ,at U p.m. Sunday May I IU, '

consultant for the reception. Barbara in the Brewster Hospital Cafeteria.Rev. .

Robinson assisted with refreshments and Samuel Nesbitt will deliver the

Ruth (Mrs. Thomas) Myers furnished Instrumental address. '

t music.Outoftown Mazie Alexander Is baslleus of the soro-
guests Included Mrs. Vernie rith and Nellie Harris Is program chairman -- -

\2"I Mlnatee, Mlcanopy; Mrs. Daisy Godwin and for for Sunday's tea. The unvaillng of Memorial ceremony to Mrs. Gertrude Morse, widow of the late
J Marvin Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. co finder.
Mrs. the late'co-flnder of Phi Beta Sigma Fra-
Rudolph Lamb, Belcross, North Carolina. ************ Inc. Prof. Leonard Moore. From The unvailing ceremony was held' Sunday
ternity,
April 23, 1966 at Edwards Waters College.
............... when Leana left Morrise Moore National president It was the 52nd Southern Regional (Con
Emma Morgan was guest player Mrs. Mildred Boone National Basileus, Dr. ; -
Bennett entertained Les Elites Bridge of Jax. Phi ference.
J. I. E. Scott, president
Owens Sr. planed west last Durkee Drive home. The founded I9IU.
The Paul club recently In her Beta Sigma Fraternity. organization was
week to attend graduation exercises of Verma McCone and Johnnie Mitchell were Star Photo by James Singleton-

their son, Paul Jr. a student at Pacific among recipients of club prizes.

University. They will also visit their Melvin Grace 'Culture And Arts'

: daughter, Paulette In San Francisco dur- CHURCH NEWSFIRST
t Dr. J.D. Grier Is Speaker Renders Program Slated
Program
._
: Melvin Grace of Orlando will

i Mt. ZioN AME Oi MAY 22 CORINTH render a program Sunday at
"Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer" Services Sunday In First Corinth Baptist Church begin with 7:30 p.m., In Roberts Mt, PinThe East Florida Conference
j 1 the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Rev. R. L. Jones, pastor,will gab AME Church, Atlantic Branch Missionary Society,
The Rev Dr. J. D. Crier Jr.,pastor of the Fort Street Methodist review the lesson. Morning service at 11o'clockwlth the choirs Beach, In Interest of the buildAME Church under auspices<
i R. S. EVANS Church in Atlanta Ga., and a member of the State Legislature and Usher Board 3 serving Dinners will be served in the annexat Jog fund Outstanding singers Mrs. Abiah Shehee,will present
22 at 11 at the
will deliver the sermon Sunday, May mm.
Its "CultureandArts"program
12 o'clock and the Holy Communion service begins at 3:30: have been Invited to appear on
Mt. Zion AME Church, corner Beaver and Newnan Sts., Rev The will Sunday at 3:30 in Mt.Zlco
I p.m., pastor preach and administer the Holy Communion program. \ p.m.
: Charles V. Toston pastor' terminating; the revival meeting.'Prayer meeting Tuesdayat The senior choir will bggin AME Church.
3RD & MAIN Rev.:Crier br..;; of McDonald will be Dr.W.B.Stewart,presl- 7.30: p.m. Choir 1 will sponsor Its annual tea May 29 at 3:30 Its anniversary celebraA prize will be given to the
Ga., but has lived In dent of Edward Waters College; p.m., and Men's Day will be observed June 26. lion Friday at 8 p.m., and area making the largest financial
Atlanta for a number of years Mr. Eric Simpson editor of the continue contribution.
through Sunday at 3
'60 MODELS LOW AS 1500 MILES He U a graduate of Morris FLORIDA STAR; Mr. P. J.Mc- GRACE BAPTIST p.m., In the church auditorium.
CHOICE OF COLORS Brown College In Atlanta and Intosh, president of East Services Sunday In Grace Baptist Church commence with the
Gammon Theological Semi ;;Florida Laymen, AME Church; Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Deacon Clinton James presi .. ""I\'''
.
66 MUSTANG Prof. Charles D. Brooks, principal
FACT nary. ding. Rev. B. F. Brown, pastor will review the lesson. MornIng -
t ta.PR.AVIO A 1f1t4TU no He was elected to the BeaM of New Stanton Hilt service at 11 o'clock, and evening service at 6 o'clock. f

.. 66 CHEV'IMPALAgoer (>IA'Mmr. ;SChool; Atty. Earl Johnson, and Prayer meeting will be held Tuesday night; Choir 1 will 111R I
: VA :
; & "o'.iirt TU AL'TOMAATIr>' ''Arty. Releford McGriff. guest rehearse Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Choir 2 rehearses Thursdayat I
66 PAA\ t XCppF $195 choir from St.Paul AME Church 5 p.m., and the B.F.Brown Clubmeetsfollowlng the morning, .
I", Al'rf'M"fIC' IILH. 3 ,will render selections. service at 12.30 o'clock. \
FORDT'....'A cFJ": AlfTor.>10AND. ARL6 .i-r4.iia. ..-" ,The publIC is cordially Invited I, f
;
66 11 : :' io'atiend r the church with a ANEW MTZION i

1 .C'o\\:; 'A < ,,:.wi? :
: I
: : Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., Superintendent A. M.Lewis In t "
Earl T. Brown charge The devotion at 11:30: a.m., will be conducted by Deacons Jj: a renolltc'i Lerpiat'andaSaeKaosan ftl4

JUST LIKE NEW-LOW AS 4,000 MILES W. Cooper and E. Lamar. Rev.R.D, Bennett, pastor will ./ ......, '" -*-_ -....... CORP. CARS .Renders Recital preach. Evening service at 6 o'clock. Usher Board will serve, N, MYRTUAVf.Uffk .
CHRYSLER TAU frrd notfi two' titrrmt rntrttlt' Lant tmn k'ty.l .
and the
pastor will deliver the .
sermon.
vekwiittitto Suit an HOW tlr britntt .(or, m LA, /rfrr.attonot
LeaOuR" with rte .t might unna end the etet.Arta.n
AuSwKre" $1895 $195 Earl T. Brown will be the ':MT. TABOR BAPTIST ."ankee..ratght toss.ar, now.In tea"" "'dnormat.,a.l.tow..In.","CA.,al Amercan Seafood Center Lrapue there W :t"e_to f

Fac. Warranty rmc 1"\JLL: fYwr OOWIf, featured culture artist for of the the annual Meta, Services Sunday In Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will begin with ".,'tghe.t"'' .ve"qualliv rrvMeI, al "the-towe.t"'". afwaya prfeea. ester, the tIUAfur trade 'h'
I program the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Superintendent BarrIn
65 VALIANT $1795 SI95 kas and GeJedas Department I charge. Consecration service at 10:45 o'clock and
: morning
!' -200"Auto, R&H, t of t' > Sunday School of Second BLUE OCEANBREAM
service at 11 o'clock. At 5:30: p.m., BTU with T.Smith In
iris cif
PS,Fac. Warranty # of Representatives In May 19 Baptist Church,which 1s scheduled charge, and evening service 'at 7 o'clock. Choir 1 will render:
$2395$295 65. He Is marriedandthe father to be presented Sunday the music throughout the day with Mrs. Ella Singleton at the Lb.35C
I' Stf&ffiS. of two children. night, May 29 in the sanctuary console. Usher Board 2 will serve. Rev. H, T. Overstreet,
Wr. On to bring greetings of JM church. pastor will deliver the
warr program sermons
PS, AC, Fac. MICB:
Mr. Brown is a gifted pianistand red th. colt tAe .
: 'd/'to :,. /aftll" trade provtd. the above
___ organist, and choral direc
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tor. He' has received training Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church services Sunday com BEACH
WHITING
:\ Locations under many outstanding mence with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. At 11 a.m., Rev. W, Lb. 45e
3
structors In the various
o / A. Mack, pastor, will deliver the sermon. Evening service at
to Serve You Student schools, Director and presently of the it Glee the 6.45: o'clock with the pastor In charge SHRIMP BOAT WHITING. lb. 32c
t A LOCAl
Club of Stanton High SchoolIn PRODUCTLARGE
MT. ZION BAPTIST
': 1824 WEST BEAVER addition his school activities .
to ROE 35c
services MULLET
Sunday In Mt. Zion Baptist Church southslde begin Ib.
the musician is
A young with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Morning service at 11 o' PLASH ritoziM
\ 830 CASSAT AVE. a member of the music staff :clock Covenant meeting will be bald. At 4:30 p.m., BTU with .511"..,.uclnualll II"Itf, the eater tine fn .eke rat tAe, me,,.., U. tie .ust ef tAw
of Second Baptist Church, and Deacon Jackson moue f'.II ,
A. presiding. Evening service at 6 o'clock.
3101 EMERSONLEAN also serves u a director for Rev. H. L. Herod pastor, will deliver the '
and
the Young People's Choir of the Holy Communion. sermon administer WHITE. PERCH . LB. 490
Jerusalem Baptist Church. A fl., ,t* ikwnr. fit turn 11>"'!,, f to back tit /lief por.h' rtemAn0 .
Others appearing on the program -
WHITE are Mrs. Rosa Lee Ed. Women's DayObservance Philadelphia .
wards, Miss Bessie Collins and
,
$ Charles T. Maxwell.
BACON 2115. Members of the Young Women's Day will be observed Baptist ChoirIn II .
People's Usher Boards No. 3 Sunday in Mt. Carmel Baptist
and 4 will be the hostesses forthe Church beginning with the Sun Anniversary
occasion. day School at 9:30: a.m., and I I_
FRESH continuing throughout the day. Choir I of the Philadelphia
Baptist Church will celebrateits I II
anniversary Wednesday, I
PORK CHOPS 2LBS.
'VETERANSTHE May 18 at 8:00 p.m. Intheaudi- I r

torlum of the church.Some of i __
the choirs that are expected to
MEATY be in attendance are Choirs 91'from

JACKSONVILLE BARBER C('" AGE, INC. Little Rock the following Baptist,churches Redeem:

OXTAILS 4 Baptist, St. John Baptist,Orange -
IBS. I Park; Holy Temple Churchof
i God In Christ, Mt.. Calvary
Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking, Baptist, Friendly, Baptist,
Church of God In Christ
I H,
FLA. BUDGET BRAND
St. Thomas Baptist, Friendship
Applications For Its June t;Baptist St. Matthew Baptist, I Y.
I Eastside; Mt. Bethel Baptist,
4
FRYERPARTSWINGS ;St. Matthew Baptist, Westside;
IBS. Choir 12 Abyssinia Baptist,and

1st Veteran Class. Simpson Methodist, Gospel KEN KNIGHT
or GIZZARDS Chorus and Choir 12, Philadelphia -
Baptist Male Chorus and '
A Choir MB, Mt.; Ararat Baptist.., -Invites You To Listen. To-.
The Size Of Our ClassesIs .I Zion Hope Baptist, Choir tl
QUICK' FROZEN GRADE"A" .will be the serving choir The BIG BAND
I B, W. Williams Choir will be
TAILS Gus. Limited By Law. guest choir and The J.W.John
son Chorus will serve as host "DANCE
TURKEYPARTS 01 esses. Mrs. Catherine Newman PARTY"Nightly :
NECKS 4 us.ot will serve u Mistress Cere
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of monies. Mrs.Rosanna Quarter-
WINGS 3 LIS. man Is president and Rey4W.: 11:30: til 12:00:

OR APlace.! Johnson is pastor.

LEGS 3 us. Saturday 9 p.m. til 12:00'pm: ,
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Coagress H Sweatt set .r.Vistiii HeediMrtarsFACING MISORS To Acquitted In Miles Davis,


Program TO Address """"".," Dedicate
., ..".. ; Camp Watts Riot Ministers Applaud
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CHARLOTTE, N. C. -(NPI) Business Meet BATON ROUGE, U. {(NP1>J Murder ChargeLOS
The National Sunday School and The first unit of the Chlcota Roland Kirk
Baptist Trala.alUldoD Congress ATL.UCTAem>- Herman Youth camp recreation crater ANGELES -(NP1) A
of the National Baptist Sweatt, who was toe first Negro for Iaeislanaycutbwlllbededl- Jury os six.men, and six women NEW YORK -(NP1)- Jail
Convention, U. 8. A lac., will to apply and of be Texas-wtth admitted to fbeUniversity the cated Sunday (Hay 15)) u partof last week acquitted: Philip star Roland Kirk and comedian
hold a six-day meet Jane. 80-28 a half,million dollar project Bentley Brooks, 23-year-old Dick Gregory shared top bil
help of the U. S.ihpremsCoertwul
to launch: a MW four-year pro- financed to date with funds of Negro charged with the Watts ling and performed to cheering
be the
principal speaker
gram-Qom 1W-C9. Prince Hall Masons and the riot slaying of Deputy Sheriff SRO audiences of celebrities
The general theme of: the June during the Atlanta BusinessLeague's Order of Eastern Star croups. Ronald E. Ludlow. and Jazz greats during their
session wm be "Christian Education May 11-20 Ecomoa.lcDevelopment In announcing the public dedlcatlon Brooks was the only defendant recent engagement at the Village
and the Challenge of Institute. ceremonies, Dr. John to face trial on a murder charge Gate.Included.
Now associate director
Change' southern G. Lewis Jr., crud muter growing out of the riot which in the audience of
The sessions will offer 92 area. National Urban Prince Hall Masons of Louisiana clamed 35 lives. More than well-known personalities was
classes for the trainingof League, Sweatt is the 12th and Mss Mary McGrlff 4,000 arrests were made. Miles Davis, who became so excited -
Christian leaders, 34 discussion speaker darlig lends.Although the locally- Bell, worthy crud matron Charged with bumping Deputy with Kirk's music that be
groups, seven special sponsored Ms constitutional Esther Grand Chapter, OES, Sheriff William Buford Lauer Jumped onto the stage, and
project Including a laboratory to enroll Into the iP'f4P disclosed that although the Jr., causing his gun toacclden- shouted, "'DIe baddlst (best)
school for children guarantee camp is a fraternal project, tally discharge and fatally musician playing in the world
workers, and a Christian education University of Texas was upheld children of non-Masons will wounding Ludlow, Brooks had today."
administration work by the nation's highest tribunal, be admitted on an equal basis. malntalnced his innocence. : Thirty-five tera roman
Sweatt elected to enter Atlanta
shop.>> .,., Nor will there be discrimination throughout the trial.* parts of the country, present to
School of Social '
D iing the dosing sessions of: University from which be was \\\i\;,.- ..... as to race, creed, rell- Testimony revealed that the bear Kirk's original competitions -
the program, there will be a Work l ; glom or fraternal connections gun went off when Lauer bumped gave the talented blind
"Booker T. Washington Night! ," served ted. Since then, he has .V" of youths or their parents, they Brook's elbow after the officers musician a standing cheering
i. the Urban League locally ",.,..... *
end youth parade will tab said. $ii dormitory buildings, had stopped his car. ovation.
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place. Special Congress sermons : and 10 Cleveland, Ohio capable of housing over 300
FACING THE FUTURE At tumble 0Il6RennJbCompaD1'.beadquarteralD Houston
will be delivered. Texas, boys and girls, also have been
design draftsman George Boer shows five boys,all graphic-arts students in Junior high school
Dr. J.N. Hunt
I
For the new program the constructed on the 112-acre The Peace Corps brings
what their Jobs may be like In a few years, when they .have finished the training they will need
schedule and format will be plot with a 12-acre lake. The
for a career in the Dullness world., Bumble's young visitors, from left, are Billy Evans, Tal-
changed-classes will be held site Is in the center of the state,
Chief Deputy Sharp, John Alston Grant Davis and Joseph Frits. They' were 30 who
in the morning and discussion mage among teen-agers midway between Bunkie and Villa idealists down to earth.You .
were shown various career opportunities at the oil company's headquarters in the Humble
P'cqI.I1t111 meet in the after- Platt.
W ASIDNG'roNNPI) Dr.
ItulldDng. could join. For information, write
DOOD. James N. Nabrit Jr., currentlyon The modernly-equipped camp,
The Peace Corps, Washington, D.C. 20525
Special messages on the them. with electricity, gas, telephone
leave from his post u
pre- '
will be delivereddcring and sanitary facllltes, also Includes 'PuMltfc'' f.pvbltt....'..,In MoM,"M vlth,, The Uwlrt"'..Cun.ll 1.
sident of Howard University
morning periods, and will include will become chief deputy to UN President's Aide Schools Files Bookie OpertionIn a cafeteria t building,
an address by Dr.O.Clay Ambassador Arthur J. Gold- gymnasium, two swimmingpools
Maxwell Congress president. ber. Reviews Progressin New StatQwents several cottages and WHEN YOU ARE ILL
A special study book and study Dr. Nehru 64, wfll have the Project Found buildings for caretaker and
guide has been published for the All but one of: Florida's county managers.
dual role of deputy representative
program. Beading the list of: to the Security Council and Civil Rights school systems met last week's CHICAGO special projects will be the William deputy permanent representative deadline for filing new statement a-day bookie operation was courts for baseball, Softball, When Your Doctor.Prescribes,
.H.Jernagln lecture series. for the U. S. to the UN. CHI CAGO -(NPI)- An "off of: compliance with the smashed by vice detectives In volleyball basketball tennis Get Experienced Pharmacists F
the cuff" recapitulation of the Civil Rights Act u required the Stateway Gardens public and badminton.The .According to your Doctor's 1
progress of the civil rights by the U. S. Office of Education housing project last week, In camp program provides Orders. We Use Only The' Best '
movement was given by Atty. (WOE). and which the occupant of an apartment year-round weekend conferences Quality Drags ,ps j
Clifford Alexander Jr.,White Two cOUDUes-lIoll1"s hid apparently rented his convocations, institutes f': : H
Royal Art Studios House civil rights coordinator Jefferson-reported early last quarters to an outsider. conventions, assemblies, Proprietor
and deputy special counsel to week they had filed the state Raiders found hard cards, girl and boy scout sessions, 3 Registered pharmacists To serve rod
Predldent Johnson last weekat ments. (Holmes filed directlyto scratch sheets, two telephones, Jamborees, eam -outl'ud J
civil rights seminar-lun Washington). and 3800 in cash. Arrested as outings.
a (USOE extended the deadline ----A COMPLETE LINE 0 K---.
keeper of a disorderly house
cheon in the Palmer House.
LOST from April 15 to May Sit the
was Robert Williams, 51.
The affair was sponsored by
:
school ttflculj: t
the DePaul University College request of Lt- 1'11eaputJlentODth.mtJafloor' Clinic Scheduled Cosoetlea-Rubber floodscandlessundries
Pasco County was the only
of the is incited '
complex -
; AND
of Law. "PRESCRIPTIONS: CALLED FOR DELIVERED
,
of the 47 counties required
Emphasizing that be movement one by Clad records u being TALLAHASSEE Florida \
OUR still has a long road ahead to submit new statements which rented to James Jordan an AIM uUnlversity Football an
did not,The school board there invalid Police feel that Jordan basketball Store
Alexander advised his audienceto coaching Clinic sill. Lilly's Drug
make a careful appraisal of plans to file suit with the Federal sublet the premises to Williams be held June 13-17, 1966. Porn!
what the movement has accomplished : District Court in Tampato for the.bookie operation. lCD11nter.atecllD attending the 1907 KINGS ROADEL3.8276
test USOE's 1966-67 guidelines I
l LEASENOW with an eye toward ascertaining clinic should write to Coach
for compliance.The Equal os'Portumtydoet work.OttP
what lies ahead if guidelines stipulate thatschool Jake Galther,Florida AIM University .
.
the cause is to be meaningful. systems must insure good__ Mucction: ,and 10 willVSl\\&. Tallahassee, Florida.
A
DaUveN."YorkeraDdWorld
LOCATED AT War n veteran, Alexander served substantial progress: (1) In 1
pupil desegregation under free-
as associate special counsel dom-of-cholce plans ((2) In
to President Johnson before ;J< .
the desegregation facnltle'and

, 710 'RUSHING ST. being He was named also tob1lpr.seDtpo5t an "assistant to staffs of ,small and,(3)inadequat) in the dosing Ii.tu

McGeorge BuDdy, former advisor lChoo1l.stab1bbtdforN.crouor .

SAME. PHONE' ,- ,3541894 to the President. other minority groups.Pasco iii. .. :.f .." (
\ ,; '* suit will seekadecla ', n ) \;
I ratory Judgment to determineS .S U. E'ER M 1 RK E 15 .
the U. 8. Commissioner of
Education has the authority aDder -
the Civil Rights Act to require -
truroet mnuacr eouma wsian w vtaoa tyj ass ,sttuneoidl faculty desegregation and THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AVE. 8 ;
set percentage requirementsfor ,
pupil desegregation. r
Pasco school officials say,
however that they will proceed FLA. GRADE A DRESSED & DRAWN
In the meantime to desegregate
Y! under the voluntary plan which
was submitted to and approved
,by, WOE last year. FRYERS 29
At that time, school systems
could qualify for federal aid by LB.
,filing statements of full com-
pliance with the Civil Rights
Act, by supplying evidence that
they were desegregating under "t'II'
i
court order, or by submitting : r

voluntary. plans for desegregatlon. FRESH PORK ; ,.,, -

This year, those which had
submitted voluntary plans were *
required to file statements of: ROAST 3S
compliance with the new guide '
IA- lines.In : !t ,
s Florida,48 tithe: 67 counties ,

__ feU In this category. Two of '. .
them'did not file the new statements I.
-Pasco, which is going
to court, aDd Frantlq, which
:i filed instead S a statement at, PUREX
full compliance.
Plans in Franklin are to close *
the single all-Negro school, 10
and accomplish total desegregation BLEACH I
next fall. Franklin brings
to three the number of counties V2 GAL.
filing full-compliance: state- \
BUY meats UNIT ONE WITH $5,00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

There arc 17 counties operating -
under court orders. One !
of them St. Johns, filed the WESSON
new statement of compliance, J
even though the action was not
--I required. .
Here is the present status of OIL 240Z,
all the counties, with the exception i $
of Pasco, in relation to BOTTLE *&
I compliance with the Civil Rights
Act: LIMIT ONE flTH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
Enjoy America's Largest Selling 6 Year Old FULL'gJDMPUANCE; ((3)) '
Charlotte,. Dade and Franklin.

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Hlllsborough,
Escambla
complete range of sizes! Indian River Lee, Leon, Monroe 59
Orange, Pi alas, Polk, SMALL BARBECUE SIZE SPARE RIBS LB. *

St. Johns, Sarasota and Voluisla. -

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Martin Nassau, Okaloosa, :
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!; :'AU 'WR MPERS 4tuulMr Yll:uuu


Member Of Georgia Legislature To Speak At Mt. Zion AME

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I' SOCIALLY SPEAKINGWith Edwards Waters Held Unvoting ,Ceremony' I



Louise Gulnnyard


Will I I lams Arthur and Annie Bell Jones received Ing the trip.
friends formally at their resi- y
************
dence, 58IU Begonia Road. Their marriagewas
solemnized April In St. Paul Lutheran
Church with the Reverend Paul A. Labrenz Nan Fletcher will deliver the addressfor
officiating the Annual Sisterhood Dinner to be

Virgie (Mrs. John) Martin headed the re- held at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, May IU I ., at .'

receiving line, presenting guests to the Thunderbird Restaurant.
newly weds; Mrs. Versle Minatee, motherof Mrs. Fletcher will be Introduced -by Mrs.C. .

the groom; Mrs. Daisy Mae Prince and L. Hammond
Mrs. Grace Russ, sisters of the groom; The dinner is being sponsored by the
i Mrs. Mable Lamb Abbott ; and Hezeklah Brewster Hospital Alumnae. Mrs. M. W. ,

I Godwin brother of the groom. Brown, president has extended an Invita- x. Jx
Louise (Mrs. John) Wash was In charge of tion to all professional nurses to attend 1.-.

gifts assisted by Johnnie Mae (Mrs. the dinner. -& -- j- F
----
Ambrose Mitchell Josephine Cleveland, ************ .
Evelyn (Mrs. Riley) Anderson and Vernell I

I I (Mrs. Edward) Robinson. Doris Jones- kept Sigma Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority is J4

the guest book. celebrating national Hospital week witha
Thomazina (Mrs. (Kernaa) McFarlin servedas tea to be held ,at U p.m. Sunday May I IU, ,
consultant for the reception. Barbara in the Brewster Hospital Cafeteria.Rev. I I
Robinson assisted with refreshments and Samuel Nesbitt will deliver the
Ruth (Mrs. Thomas) Myers furnished instrumental address .

music.Outoftown Mazie Alexander Is baslleus of the soro- lir-; i-: !:L l'\l: L..'.._._
guests Included Mrs. Vernle rlth and Nellie Harris is program chairman -
Minatee, Micanopy; Mrs. Daisy Godwin and for tea.
for Sunday's
Mrs. Gertrude Morse
Mrs. Marvin Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. The ,un val I Ing of Memorial ceremony to widow of the lateco

Rudolph Lamb, Belcross, North Carolina. ************ the "i late'co-flnder of Phi Beta Sigma Fra- finder.
ternity, Inc. Prof. Leonard Moore. From The unvailing I ceremony was held Sunday
************ left Morrise Moore National president April I 23, 1066 at Edwards Waters 'College.
Emma Morgan was guest player when Leana It was the 52nd Southern Regional
Con
Elites Mrs. Mildred Boone National Baslleus, Dr.J. -
Bennett entertained Les Bridge
The Paul Owens Sr. planed west last club In her Durkee Drive home. I. E. Scott, president of Jax. Phi ference.
exercises of recently Beta Sigma Fraternity.CHURCH. The organization was founded 1914.*
week to attend graduation Verma McCone and Johnnie Mitchell I were
their son, Paul Jr. a student at Pacific recipients of club prizes. Star Photo by James Singleton-
University. They will also visit their among

daughter, Paulette in San Francisco dur- Melvin Grace 'Culture And Arts'
Dr. J.D. Grier Is Speaker NEWSFIRST Renders ProgramMelvin

Program Slated

'Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer" Mt. ZioN AME OH MAY 22The CORINTH render a Grace program of Orlando Sunday will at
1 Services Sunday First Corinth Baptist Church begin with 7:30: p.m., in Roberts Mt. Pis- The East Florida Conference
Rev. Dr. J. D. Grler Jr.,pastor of the Fort Street Methodist the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. Rev. R. L.Jones, pastor will gah AME Church, Atlantic Branch Missionary I Society,
R. S. EVANS3RD Church In Atlanta Ga., and a member of the State Legislature review the lesson. Morning service 11 o'clock with the choirs Beach, in interest of the building AME Church under auspices
will deliver the sermon Sunday, May 22 at U a.m. at the and Usher Board serving.. Dinners will be served In the annexat fund. Outstanding singers Mrs. Abiah Shehee,will present
lit. Zion AME Church corner Beaver and Neman Sts., Rt,. 12 o'clock and the Holy Communion service begins at 3.30: have been invited to appear on its "CultureandArts"program
I Charles E. Toston. pastor. p.m., The pastor will preach and administer the Holy Commun program.The Sunday at 3:30 p.m., in lit.Zioo
& MAIN Rev. Grier Is a native of McDonald .> wW be Dr.W.B.Stewart,presl- 'ion, terminating the revival meeting Prayer meeting Tuesday senior choir will begin AME Church
Ga., but has lived 1 ii I dent of Edward Waters College; at 7.30: p.m. Choir 1 will sponsor its annual tea May 29 at 3:30: its anniversary celebra- A prize will be given to the
MILES Atlanta for a number of years,,. Mr. Eric Simpson, editor of the p.m., and Men's Day will be observed June 28. tion Friday at 8 p.m., and area making the largest financial .
MODtLS LOW AS 1500
66 } He Is a graduate of Morrli I I FLORIDA STAR; Mr. P.J.Mc- continue through Sunday at 3 contribution.
CHOICE OF COLORS Brown College In Atlanta and Intosh, president of East GRACE BAPTIST p.m.. In the church auditorium.
Services Sunday in Grace Baptist Church with
commence the r
Semi I
66 MUSTANG. . Gammon Theological j Florida Laymen AME Church; Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Deacon Clinton James presiding ,s" '
Prof. Charles D. Brooks print -
.. nary. ,
\ HK4TCR: ACTO FACT <
Rev. B. F. Brown will -
review the
JAD10 pastor, lesson. Morning
He was elected to the Hoc* 'cipal of New Stanton Hlgt I "
66 CHEV.IMPALA :School Atty. Earl Johnson, and service at 11 o'clock, and evening service at 6 o'clock. I
roar iirE.nH""ct.vimfi: (! 1x>WM ''Atty. Releford; McGriff. guest Prayer meeting will be held Tuesday night Choir will SEAFOODCENTER '
', MYLR rehearse Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Choir 2 rehearses Thursday "A f
'choIr from St.Paul AME Church
1 66 P : $19 5 at 5 p.m., and the
rJA CoCpL: AutOMATICh:} UK... "' will render selections. B.F.BrownClubmeetsfollowlng the morning ft
ARLI ....1. service at 12.30 o'clock.
66 ORD' o.r'"lhllt.No. '-;-:...-...-...... "10 Tii attend*public'the Is cordially church with invited a j,. .. !; r Myrtle Avenute t
'y .
e .CO rR,, ...O7b1ATIC'TNAApIlM\ t. hand NEWMT.ZION' Sh l HOE
"friendly "" .
: I New Mt Zion Baptist Church services 7. EL 4 14 : '
Jro'-T TIEw/Ah YLRWARRANTY, ? Sunday begin with the ":
Earl T. Brown Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., Superintendent A. M.Lewis J : i"i / '; f,
JUST LIKE NEW-LOW AS 4,000 MILES charge. The devotion at 11:30: a.m., will be conducted by Deacons a'ZiZ;; ; Largest anti ;:;lK.r.c.t:
W, Cooper and E. Lamar. Rev R.D. t r4aAr.. :
.
Bennett pastor, will A+i Aiu r '-.4- ""' 1i4I" _...J
CHRYSLER CORP. CARS ,Renders RecitalEarl preach Evening service at 6 o'clock. Usher Board will serve,
and the pastor will deliver the sermon. Thle we.k Fred no/ra1/rM'esir, mefrAra, ,' LtFars lonlw., ,
63 DART 270"Ajto.R&H.PS $1895 1 $195 'cl..oltvll Su," sra saw 'A. brlphtat tan.'n 1hI".
,
T. Brown, will be the ',, National Leeu toltA Ms trapht "' end ", *, /*
t'ankeea :
a. nom the :: : t"
; ;
:MT. TABOR deormeb fts
BAPTIST A+ner/on
a-ro/eht/ bear.. ,.; League ill
Fac.Warranty KKk:l ww featured artist for the annual m."u Itow"w",a' Seafood Crater flier, ,r,,
culture program of the Metokas -,, Services Sunday in Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will begin with "', Ter' :m7CLUE w, IIrtDaY' o//pr. tAe /a/th/uf trade fI".
65 VALIANT $1795 $195 and Galedas Department I the Sunday School at 9:30 a.in., with Superintendent Barr lowest pr/ce
200"Auto R&H, of f > Sunday School of Second* In charge. Consecration service at 10:45: o'clock and morning
PS, Fac. Warranty n'lFs wr. of Representatives In May, IS I Baptist Church, which.scheduled i, service at 11 o'clock. At 5:30: p.m., BTU with T. Smith In OCEANBREAM
charge, and evening service at 7
o'clock. Choir
65 PLY. FURY III $2395- $295 65. He I* marr1edaDdthefatherof : to be presented Sunday the music 1 will render
the
night May 29 in the throughout day with Mrs. Ella Singleton at the
HT V-8, Auto. RH two children.On sanctuary console. Usher 35
PS, AC, Fac. Warr. i/lows Wl! program to bring greeting J of JM church. pastor, will deliver Board the sermons.2 will serve Rev H. T. Overstreet u,.
Mr. Brown is a gifted pianist
---- _. -- and organist, and choral direc- NEW JERUSALEM at lied th4enaatfona' AeMMp the!::&:,'.the *""It/VI trade Prootdee 'h. .bot>
tor. He' has received training
under Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church services Sunday com BEACH
3 Locationsto istrnctors many In outstanding the various mecca with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. At 11 a.m. Rev. W. WHITING Lb. 45c
schools and II A. Mack, pastor, will deliver the sermon. Evening service at
presently the
You
Serve 6:45 o'clock with the pastor in charge SHRIMP BOAT WHITING.
Student Director of the Glee Ib. 32c
Club of Stanton High School A LOCAL PRODUCT
1824 MT. ZION BAPTIST
WEST BEAVER In addition to his school activities -
1 the young musician It with Sunday services in Mt. Zion Baptist Church southslde begin LARGE ROE MULLET Ib. 35c
830 CASSAT AVE. a member of the music staff the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Morning service at 11 o'- HASH ROSIN
:clock Covenant meeting will be bald. At 4 30 Sltm Aotd, tll.1", to
of Second Baptist Church and : p.m., BTU with mtuAought.fte, 'ntte M the. tnereaa 'ft the M" ef tllll
i 3701 EMERSONLEAN also serves as a director for Deacon A. Jackson presiding. Evening service at 6 o'clock. mullet /"" .
the Young People's Choir Rev H. L. Herod,pastor, will deliver the sermon and adm1n1-' WHITE
Jerusalem Baptist Church of star the Holy Communion PERCH LB. 49c
Aut.r.11" sharer, tlf hM .
Others appearing on the program VOc. hell tit fake aj IIM.r.tH./ .
WHITE are Mrs. Rosa Lee Edwards Women's DayObservance Philadelphia
Miss Bessie
Collins

BACON 2185. Charles Members T. Maxwell.of the Young Women's Day will observed Baptist ChoirIn I I'I'I'

People's Usher Boards No. 3 Sunday in Mt. Carmel Baptist
and 4 will be the hostesses for Church, beginning with the Sun AnniversaryChoir I'I
FRESH the occasion day School at 9:30: a.m., and c
continuing throughout the day. 1 of the Philadelphia I
Baptist Church will celebraU
PORK CHOPS 2 its anniversary Wednesday. I:
leS. VETERANS May 18 at 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium
of the church. Some ol
MEATY the choirs that are expected tc
be in attendance are Choirs j I .

OXTAILS THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER C\ AGE, INC. Little 1'from Rock the following Baptist churches Redeem;: ,

4 Baptist, St. John Baptist,Orange
LB. Park; Holy Temple Chord

t Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking, of Baptist God,in Friendly Christ, Mt,, Calvar Baptist,

FLA. BUDGET BRANDFRYERPARTS !Church of God In Christ A4, ,
St. Thomas Baptist Friendship +
Applications For Its June I Baptist St. Matthew Baptist, I Y,
4 I Eastside; Mt. Bethel Baptist
IBS. ;St. Matthew Baptist Westside;
Choir #2 Abyssinia Baptist and .
WINGS or GIZZARDS 1st Veteran Class. Simpson Methodist, Gospel! ; KEN
Chorus and Choir #2, Philadelphia KNIGHT
Baptist; Male Chorus and
The Choir HB, Mt. Ararat Baptist. -Invites You To Listen To-.
QUICK FROZEN OIADE"A" Size Of Our ClassesIs Zion Hope Baptist Choir e 1
will be the serving choir The BIG BAND
'B. W. Williams Choir will be .
TAILS 6us.OR Limited By Law guest choir and The J.W.John
TURKEYPARTS son Chorus will serve as host-
NECKS 4us.WINGS0" esses. Mrs. Catherine Newman "DANCE PARTY"Nilhth !
Enroll will serve as Mistress of Ceremonies -
Now To Be
Sure Of Mrs.Rosanna Quarter-
3 us.OR man is president and Reyv 3::W. 11:30: til 12:00:
AlPlace.: |,Johnson is pastor.

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C.r.ss H Sweatt Set Visor' HeiasesrtersFACING. Mucus To Acquitted In Miles Davis,-


...IIS Program To Address L _.. _" Dedicate Cusp Watts Riot Ministers Applaud
;;:

CHARLOTTE, N. C. - The National Sunday School and The first unit of the. Chlcota Roland KirkNEW
Baptist Training Onion Congress ATL.UfTA.NPI- Herman Youth camp recreation center ANGELESNPI) A
of the National Baptist Sweatt, who was the first Negro for Loalslanayoatbwmbededl Jury os six jnen and six women YORK -(NP1>- Jail
Convention U. S.'A.., Inc., will to apply and be admitted to the cate Sunday\ (Hay 15) u part last week acquitted Philip star Roland Kirk and comedian
hold a slx-dsy meet Jim 20-26 University of Tens-with the of a half-million dollar project: Bentley Brooks, 23-year-old Dick Gregory shared top billing -
to launch a new four-year. pro- .help of the U. 8. Supreme Court tk financed to date with fund of Negro charged with the Watts and performed to cheeringSRO
gram-tram It6I- l. -4rUl be the principal speaker Prince Hall Masons and the riot slaying of Deputy Sheriff audiences of celebrities
The general theme of the June during the Atlanta Business Order of Eastern Star groups Ronald E. Ludlow. and Jan greats during their
session wffl be "Christian Education League's May 18-20 Economic In announcing the public dedication Brooks was the only defendant recent engagement at the Village -
and the Challenge of Development Institute. ceremonies, Dr. John to face trial on a murder charge Gate.Included.
Change." Now associate director, southern G. Lewis Jr., crud muter growing out of the riot which In the audience of
The sessions will offer 92 area, National Urban 1 Prince Hall Masons of Louisiana chained 35 lives. More than well-known personalities was
classes for the training League Sweatt La the 12th and Mrs. llcCrtff arrests made.
4,000 were Miles Davis, who became so excited
of Christian leaders, 34 discussion speaker durlig the locally- Bell, worthy grand matron, Charged with bumping Deputy with Kirk's music that be
groups seven spec sponsored series.Although II 1 Esther Grand Chapter, OES, Sheriff William Buford LauerJr. Jumped onto the stage, and
JaI projects: Including a laboratory !Us constitutional y'dq disclosed that although the ., causing his gun to accidentally shouted, "The baddlst (best)
school for chlldrens' guarantee to enroll Into the camp La a fraternal project, discharge and fatally musician playing the world
workers, and a Christian education University of Texas was upheld children of non-Masons will wounding Ludlow, Brooks had today."
administration work by the nation's highest tribunal, be admitted on an equal basis. malntalnced !his innocence. : Thirty-five ministers from all

shop. Sweatt elected to enter Social Atlanta ... .:,...... Nor will there be discrimination throughout the trial.' parts of the country, present to
During the closing sessions of University! School of : ....." ;: u to race, creed, religion Testimony revealed that the hear Kirk's original compositions
the program, there will be a Work, from which be was or fraternal connections gun went offwhen Lauer bumped gave the talented blind
"Booker T. Washington Night," graduated. Since then, be has \ of youths or their parents, they Brook's elbow, after the officers musician a standing, cheering
and i youth parade will take served the Urban League locally "' -'" said. 'S1Z* dormitory buildings bad stopped his car. ovation.
Special and In Cleveland, Ohio capable of housing over 300 --
place. Congress sermons -
will be delivered. FACING THE r1J'I'UREIIambIe OO&Reflnl&gCompany'sbeadquarters in Houston, Tua.s.deslp boys and girls, also hare beeDcODStructe
For the new the Dr. J.N. Kflbrit draftsman George Boer sbowsflvboysallgraphlc-arts students Junior high school, on the 112-acre The Peace Corps brings
schedule and format program will be what their Jobs may be like in a few years, when they have finished the training they will need plot with a 12-acre lake. The
for a career In the business world. Bumble's young visitors, from left, are Billy Evans, Tal-
site Lain the center of the state
classes '
will be held ,
la changed the morning- and discussion Chief DeputyWASHINGTON were.SbarP, John career Davis and the Frits.. They were among 30 teen-agers who midway between Bunkle and VUI. idealists down to earth.You .
shown various opportunities at oil company's headquarters In the Humble .
groups will meet in the after- (NPI) Dr. Platt.
Buildmg. could join. For Information, writes
IIOOD. James N. Nabrlt Jr., currently The modernly-equlpped camp,
with The Peace Corp Washington, D.C. 20525 tr;
Special messages on the theme on leave from his pod u president electricity, gas telephone "
.
.,... .
will be delivered and sanitary facilites also Includes LNiMN' 111 xiMM l I.MOMrallM wild Th A..N/U CMMII.
during the ,
of Howard University,
morning periods, and will !n- win become chief deputy to UN President's Aide Schools: Files Bookie Opertion a cafeteria building,
dude an address by Dr.0.Clay Ambassador Arthur J. Gold- gymnasium two swimmingpools
Maxwell, Congress president. bar. Reviews ProgressIn New Statements In Found several cottages andbuildings WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou
Project
A special study book and study Dr. Nabrlt 64,will have the for caretaker and
guide !has been published tor the All but one of Florida's county managers.
dual role of deputy representative V
program. Beading the list of to the Security Council,and Civil Rights school systems met last week's CHICAGO special projects: will be the William deputy permanent representative deadline for filing new state a-day bookie operation) was courts for baseball, Softball, When Your: Doctor Prescribes, -
H.Jernagin lecture series for the U. S. to the UN. CHI CAGO -(NPI)- An "off ment of compliance with the smashed by vice detectives in volleyball, basketball, tennis Get Experienced Pharmacists G*
the cuff" recapitulation of the Civil Rights Act u required the Stairway Gardens public and badminton {..According: to your Doctor's ''
---------- progress of the civil rights by the U. 8. Office of Education housing project last week, in The camp program provides Orders. We Use Only The Bed"
movement was given by Atty. (tOOE). .. which. the occupant of an apartment year-round weekend conferences Quality s a
Clifford I. Alexander Jr.,White Two counties-Holmes and kid apparently rented his convocations Institutes 1 s, r.:. V.iProprietor '
Royal Art Studio House civil rights coordinator Jefferson-reported early last quarters to an outsider. conventions, assemblies,
and deputy special counsel to week they tad filed the state Raiders found hard cards, girl and boy scout sessions, 3 Registered pharmacists TO serve you
Predldent Johnson, last week ments. (Holmes filed directlyto scratch sheets, two telephones, Jamborees, camp-outs'and
at civil rights seminar-lun Washington). and $800 in cash. Arrested u outings.
a (TJSOE extended the deadline ----A COMPLETE LINE 0 P---.
of house
keeper a disorderly
cheon in the Palmer House
LOST The affair was sponsored by from April IS to May 6 at the was Robert Williams, 51.
the DePaul University College request of school cfflclalCJQ<< t The apartment on the sixth Clinic Scheduled CoSBetics-Rubber ooods-candles-sundries
Pasco County was the only floor of the complex Is located "
of Law. ; -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED-
Emphasizing that the movement one of the 47 counties requiredto by CHA records u being TALLAHASSEE-The Florida
OUR still has long road ahead, submit new stdementswbich rented to James Jordan, an AIM uUnlversliy Football an
Alexander advised his audienceto did not. The school board there invalid. Police feel that Jordan basketball coaching Clinic wJU Lilly's Drug Store
plans to file suit with the Fed- sublet the to Williams be
make a careful appraisal of premises held June 13-17. 1966. Persons -!
what the movement has accomplished art District Court in Tampa for the,bookie operation. Interested In attending the 1907 KINGS ROADEL.3.8276
to test-USOE's 19C6-67 guidelines
LEASENOW clinic should write to Coach
with an eye toward ascertaining -
for compliance.The Equal opportunity don work.00
Jake Galther
what lies ahead, if ,Florida At M University -
stipulate that
the cause is to be meaningful. school guidelines systems must Insure 4 good Miration: ,and towillygu. Tallahassee,' Florida.
A native New Yorker and World
e 1
In
substantial (1)
progress:
LOCATED AT War Q veteran, Alexander served -
pupil desegregation under tree-
u associate: special counsel -
dom-of-cholce plans, ((2) In
to President Johnson before
the desegregation of faculties: I
ST.. being named to his present post. 'sand 1
710 RUSHING He was also an assistant to staffs of ,small and ((3)lud.qutellCboola In the closing -:

McGeorge Bundy, former advisor edabushedforNegroesor 1 I I
to the President. ., .. A ;..;
: other minority groups. : : '. (
SAME PHONE. 3541894 satturb-
_" Pasco's nit will seekadecla-. .\ '. {t.1 '
story Judgment to determine g U. Es R .M 11tK 11 I
U the U. 8. Commissioner of
Education has the authority under .
the Civil Rights Act to require
ITMIQHT mmwor MIIMM twin M mat<8MOtff l JMr jJSla sawaa'tS I faculty desegregation and IHESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH. SUNDAY AT ED6EWOOD AYE. BI'
set percentage requirementsfor ,
pupil desegregation. r
Pile school officials say,
however, that they will proceed I' FLA. GRADE A DRESSED &, DRAWN
la the meantime to desegregateunder
the voluntary plan which
was submitted to, and approvedby ,
moB last year. FRYERS 29
At that time, school systems
could qualify for federal aid by LB.
tiling statements of full compliance -
with the Civil Rights
Act, by supplying; evidence that

they were desegregating under ', ft ..
court order, or by submitting t. ;

voluntary. plans for desegregation. FRESH PORK '. '" te

This year, those which had
submitted voluntary plans were
required to file statements of ROAST. 35
compliance with the new guide .,'
lines. LB.
<. In Florida,4of the 67 countiesfell "
in this category. Two of : .
them1 did not file the new statements -
--Pasco, which is going
to court, and Franklla, which
filed Instead a statement of, PUREXBLEACH
FIND tall compliance.
Plans in Franklin! are to close
A BETTER the single all-Negro school,
and accomplish total desegregation 10 I
BOURBON next fall. Franklin brings
to three the number of counties Y2 GAL.
filing full-compliance state 1
ments. UNIT ONE WITH $5,00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

There are 17 counties operating -
I
under court orders. One
of them, St. Johns, filed the WESSON
.new statement of compliance,
even though the action was not 1

required. ,
Here Is the present status of OIL 24 OZ. 3S
all the counties, with the exception -
of Pasco, In relation to BOTTLE
compliance with the CirURlghtsFUGLa'DIIPLIANCE
Act: LIMIT ONE WITH 5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

Enj oy America's Largest Selling 6 Year Old (3) -
Charlotte,. Grade and Franklin.

Kentucky Bourbon..available ina thus COURT, Bay ORDERS, Brevard(17), Broward-Ala-, U.S. GOOD RIB STEAK 11. 75*

Dural Escambla,HlUsborough

complete range of sizes! :Indian, Orange River,, Lee Pinellas, Leon, Polk Monroe SMALL BARBECUE SIZE SPARE RIIS u. 59*

fit. Johan Sarasota and Volu-

A isla.; NEW STATEMENTS ((46)) McKENZIE: FROZEN WHOLE BABY ORKA MO u. PKG. 35*

iBaker, Bradford, Calhoun, Citrus

Clay, Collier, Columbia, FRESH GOLDEN CORN URGE EM 5*
'(DeSoto, Dixie, Flagler, Gads-
'
des, GUchrlst, Glades, Gulf,
Hamilton, Hard u, Hendry, FLA. GRADE SMALL FRESH EGGS w. m turn 33*
Hernando, Highlands j Holmes,

aet Jackson Lafayette, Jefferson., Lake, Levy, Liberty FAB DETERGENT ," IUUUR SHE 45cPILLSIORY

Madison, Manatee, Marion, I
Martin, Nassau, Okaloosa,
y Bach Putnam, Osceola, Palm FLOUR 5 u. m 49* :
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awards. Two named for their I .. .. I"I' ''It" .. f _
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NEW YORK-(NPI)-An : "i'\jt@/ii": : ; i; '
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of four one-act plays. The .._r..ill"/\t., i;\ ,'. ', .. .'. '" : J. ; .
a Northern surveyor who meets a -shades of science fiction! ...i'. '. 'I '. ,' ... '. .,'!'''' '' ::: .
from ber home toe sort of 'fi.z '
move prints-some electricity '
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student and a Carolina different in each individual. Why ,. .. .. ... }//.i.:1!
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of representing the human\ Te1y
four years of research.
through spectrographtest* ";. "

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had supervised 50,000 volceprldt : ,1
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N- : i executives are confident that "He's ready 'will follow this
Naturally Healthy .'" be washed STARS Epic Records has announced the immediate release
CHOWS from the HAIR ROOTS can or dry-cleaned, talented vocal trio highly successful sales pattern.
"He's Ready a new single by the The
in YOUR SCALP. The condition el removed when hemline fashions The
your hair often dapenda bearllyn Poppies Epic is releasing this single at a time when the Poppies Poppies, Including lead singer Dorothy Moore, Petsye
tho natural health el your McGune and Rosemary Taylor began singing hhree
years ago
I are enjoying tremendous success with their debut Epic
redp Yew din DOCTOR CAR- also can be used for curtains, while
MOP Invented a medicated tar single, "Lullaby of Love." This hit single was listed on the they were attending the Jim Hill School Jackson )(1as1salppL
formula l called CARBONOXb rtenID boys' slacks and shirt They are all currently students at Jackson State College
which U mlied with many pro.. to the homemaker's blood best-selling charts within two weeks after its release. Epic
in Jackson, Mississippi.
n beneficial Ingredient CAR.
BONOCC la such a strong. power. .
fill ntliepUa and doei starts (In* baste In and
even( place) press
work m
BUMPY, DANDRUFF helplnr an scalp ITCHY thaimany strokes Instead long strokes The 21st annual Pan American
and PRKSCRIBC DOCTORS :retard It tot It highly many careful not to stretch the hem out Current Voting Drive Recalls Hotel and Restaurant Exposition
snip trouble. Many annoylntf will be held Oct. 31 through Nov.
.externally* are greatly cauwd".acatp condition tha one-half wide.Trim off excess 2 In the convention hall of Miami
u( a o( .thla Triple I'm tarorrnula over the raw edge of the fabric History Of Southern Negro Beach.
CUiUIN ritJu.h"I'ORMUll .. lightly with dry Iron at the cor- ,
now. It will be lent *o ysn alt : -
fabric ta tack ,the hem In : t-
"jed! and ready to UM. VU. JT / J- "
DATS and U .. not < of his master and a slave '
aattefled. your money.. Pay By,H. J, MCFALL son being enunciated now by
.onlr 11.55 on DoThis Inludea the Iron In place for a few woman and served as the body Negroes in Alabama, Mississippi
Penay more everything.. You pit It; with full a fully visible on the right side. The current swift tide of black servant of his white half- Florida and Georgia.
4lr GATED.ctlaiu SCALP, Uee the flnoM MXDI- / ; : : until the tape Joins, then allow revolution on civil rights which brother. He escaped from ser- James Lewis gained prominence -
money can buy.FORMULA Your hair your and :: : I before wearing the garment. is 'sweeping the deep South t vitude and made his way to in Louisiana during the
state. .. flno care. Jluat tend Missouri where he enrolled in
.. addreee -COLD vividly recalls the early accomplishments Reconstruction when he servedas
kUMI/KAUl PRODUCTS IMC. of the Negroin a school for Negroes. Later surveyor-general for New
Br Dop'..yn.a,33' NY.Sheepenead NOTE.: THIS: 'r. : : the,(mon,which dates back southern politics. he attended Oberltn (Ohio) college Orleans. He was also a colonel
.N4 FORMULA 'ffl11 10fl c wrll. I | part of the story says that an Never since the nation beganwas and completed his educa of the second regiment of the
noney guarantee. contact with the lemon. a better chance offered to tion. state militia, a naval officer
way Into American cooUore via a long enslaved people to free Robert B. Elliot served as U. and superintendent of the U. S.
MIAMI"I"4n that order. Today, 45 per cent themselves of the ties that have S. Congressman from South Bonded warehouse New
times from California. restricted them. Carolina from 1842-1884 as Orleans.
telling< but the column for now The passage of the 1963 Voters did Richard H. Cain but from Plnckney Bentoo Stewart
of the lemon, bottled for conven Rights Act has revived a wide- 18251887. Cain was educated Plnchback served. lieutenant a.
spread Interest in political action at Wilberforce College. governor of Louisiana from:
uses for the bottled lemon Juice directed against traditionally John Lynch represented Mis- 18371920. He was a delegate
W A all-white local and federal sissippi the Congress from to the state constltlutlonal convention .
Juice added to a cup of fresh elective offices in the South. 1847-1912 and Jetrel'loo'Lo and successfully introduced PtLIII.
: sour' cream recipes. The Negro started this climb was Georgia's representativefrom the 13th amendment to
added to a'cup of fresh milk and in southern politics after the 18371900. the state constitution guaranteeing -
milk recipes. Civil War when South Carolina Hiram Revels occupied the civil rights to all the
cut fresh fruit prevents the fruit had 87 Negro legislators and U. S. Senator seat from Mis- people of the state.
to the air for any length of 40 whites. Two Negroes were sissippi from 1822-1901 while Thus the Negro played an Important -
Heutenant-governors -AlonxoRansler James T. Rapier was U.S..Representative part in the political life
Juice mixed with a half-glass in 1870 and Richard from Alabamafrom of the nation during Reconstruction. -

rinse. H. Craves, 1874. 18391884. He Is once again returning
different proportion two table- Francis L. Cardoso was suetesslvely rapier is quoted as saying, to the forefront with a displayof WMIMSpotlight
and a glass of water-taken on secretary of state "I accept the civil and political solid strength in an old-line
DIAL and state treasurer. JonathanJ. equality of all men and agree South to turn the tide in manya ProductOf
quickies using bottled lemon Wright was an associate not to attempt to deprive any plltical race.
and others not so commonly Justice of the state supreme person or persons on account He will continue to do so, as
to achieve certain effects could court for seven years and six of race, color or previous condition America progresses toward total The Week
time. Negroes served In Congress.On of any political or civil freedom for all its citizens.
the other hand, in Mississippi rights." Miami Florida
( Executive Director -where Negroes were a These are the same.principles *

.'Jr'. majority of the ,population.
there were only 40 Negro


: '/" ," ,, .. ,' ,,j 'I legislators In Louisiana out,of three 115. Negroes IT1AICMT lOUMOU WHIIKT M IKOOf oust,OLD CHMTTI WIT.CO,lOUIMLU, ...
: :{ ; ,:,'d'!ii, Ur served as lieutenant governor: K
i : ':: ". '":. ''' Oscar J. Dunn, P.S.B. Pinch-
; L';: .. .. ''./ :.1 back and C. C. Antoine W. G.
.. : : : Brown was superintendent of
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1 .. .'.. public instruction and Antoine Tick-tock..tick-tock..
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Ity .
A4 ; Dubuclet was state treasurer.
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r Lost Negroes who came into the Bourbon thatdidn't
the political '.' \ in the South
T already had wine ,experience
'II t : ,,.,. ,< In civic affairs, and many had watch the clock!
,, been members of constitutional
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conventions in states seeking
readmission to the Union.
OLD CHARTER
Others had been state senators,
representatives, sheriffs and
f1 '
RHYTHM
[ tax assessors. Finest Bourbon
I Kentucky's
'1 I .." This era ended when northern
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from life. 7
: drove The Negroes Negro's performance public yeazs old

i;. during those early years of
'.': .' I freedom in the South showed 0
...,.i.: .' .. .. they were studious e&rlMlltaDd a
.. ( ambitious men whose public
'RADIO ; conduct would be an asset to

.. any race.
{ .- Robert Smalls, Negro navigator
slaver hero and a Congressman -
from South Carolina,ser'ved -
In the U. 8.House of Representatives -
+ from 1873 to 1887. k

),has been named executive direc John Mercer Langston servedas
.Announcement appoint U. S. Congressman from "
IdIse P. Woods (right) of Los Virginia from 1829-1897, and \
of the 19,000 m-naber public service Blanche K. Bruce, as U. 8.
'IN Senator 18411897.from Mississippi from

BEFORE YOU:START-A- "' FIREI I ,Follow local regulation I Bruce was born a slave-the


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SATURDAY Y1t t1966 STAR PAPERS "AU{ -7'-iI



FAMU Football Season Hinges! On Caliber Of Incoming! Freshmen '< I


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Sports Parade Versatile PlayerFAMU Gaither Gets 32 New Boys; For Grid. I Svud. I .1

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i, TALLAHASSEE Fla -Tht In Its football program, but It LAKE WALES-Frederick "Lincoln Memorial High School:
)>J f outlook of the 196 tootballsea.MO seems that the 32 ,yearlingswill Fields center, 6'2", 175 Ibs., MULBERRY-Wlllle Amos,
"MUCHO" DOLLARS for tilt Florida AAlf hare the best opportunityfor of Booker High School end, VI", 190 a>s., Mulberry
MEXICO CITY -(NPO- With an eye always for the dollar, ...", \ University Rattlers maydependto landing a starting berth SAHASOTA-Eira: C. Pear High School
former world featherweight champion Ultlmlnlo (Sugar)Ramos "'*! ... a great extent upon the caliber with the Rattlers than any of cey, end, VI", 175 Ibs., of :WEST PALM BEACH-Sam-
declared that he will quit t the ring unless he gets an early chance "" 'I'J,",;"" "\.., i of the Incoming freshmen i their predecessors I Booker High School eel Lee Malncr. center, 6', 225
to win either the lightweight or,Junior lightweight titles held by A If this generalization Is true, According to Calther A4M ST. PETIRSBURGmben Ibs., and Theodore W. Lawton
,Carlos Ortls of Puerto\ Rico and Flash Elorde: of the Philippines, ,, ;\ / J::{ 1 r" toe Rattlers may be climbing will hare some specialists but Scruggs,quarterback.6T', end, 6'2", 195 Ibs., both of
,respectively. The lightweight Utlelapret.rredbecl..1tproduetl ,, ,. the ladder back to success. will be basically composed of 175 Ibs., Glen Edwards, back, Roosevelt High School
the most money," says the 26-year-old Ramos, whose I It's seldom that one hears Rattier ''I offensive and defensive units. S'll", 175 Ibs., and 'MelvinRopers BELLE GLADE Johnny
assets are calculated at about a million (about $$O,000 In U. S. "" Coach Jake Caliber singing Some players will hare to play tackle 6'2", 198 lbs., Brown, tackle, 6'2", 256 Ibs.,
currency). Always careful about the"way he handles his money, ":Jf" '" :" 'j.: a tune of satisfaction. Things/ both ways, he said. The specialists all of Gibbs High School.GAINESVILLE and James Freeman fullback ,
Ramos emphasizes hare ":'" : 'l''' are not pumping roses either S'll" 193 both r
: "They'll never to hold any benefits ', up will be punters, kickoff -Lawrence Ibs., of LakeShore
for me.. ,, at All II out Jake Calther Is well and punt returners. James Jr.,fullback 6' ZOO Ibs., High Scboo1.CLEARWATEREarl.
Pleased with 50 per cent of his I'I Here Is a breakdown of the 32 of Lincoln High School. Washington -
RECORD BREAKER'S TRIBUTESAN -ii preparations for the incoming freshmen expected to reportfor i TAMPA-Bobby Wilds, back, tackle, 6', 230 Ibs..
FR.UfClSCO(1(1'1)- Willie Mays received one of the iIi"'t.I'' year He recently expressed fall football drills at Florida 175 Ibs.,.jof Blake High ,;PlDetlasHigh School
greatest tributes of his colorful major league career last week, : : r, satisfaction with his recruiting Aft If in August: 5'l1"t WHITE PLAINS,NEW YORK-
after be blasted Us 512th career home run to break the former and spring training programs."Oh HAINES CITY-Willie R. MeDanleL Otis Hill, back, 8', 185 Ibs..
National Leagw record set by yet Ott. After the blas which, we had a good spring JACKSONVILLE 1118 E. guard, S'10", 202 Ibs., I helped tilt Su Francisco Giants to a 6-1 victory over'the Los training this year" he said. Jones, tackle 62, 213 lbs., of Oakland High School. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Willie
Angeles Dddgers, the highly partisan, pro-Mays Candlestick "We got a lot done. The boys Matthew Gilbert High School, LAKE CITY-Roy Gene How- Miller, center, e'3", 210
Park throng stood and almost cheered Itself hoarse until Willie OUTFIELDER Richard Williams of Havana, FU. Is know the Job they face the next and William Thomas center, ard, tackle, t'2", 200 lbs., and n*., and Horace J. Lovett,
emerged to acknowledge the tribute. Willie also took two other one of the most versatile players on the Florida AftM University two years and they are willing 6'2", 18'l1bs., William Raines James Owens, fullback, 6'3", tackle, e',2171bs.bothofTom-
persons with him Into the record book--toe Dodgers Claude Rattlers' baseball team. Williams Is a senior and plays In to give us all they hare this High School. 220 Ibs., both of Richardson pklns High SchoolINDIANAPOLIS
Osteen off whom be hit the homer,and a pipefitter's named the outfield as well u pitcher. He Is one of fAM.U's'leading fall. I could feel the enthusiasm VQAMJ Tyrone L. Wescott, High School. INDIANA
!Henry Garron Jr., 17, woo caught the ball after it sailed over batters and Is batting .328., during spring training."We tackle, 6', 198 Ibs., Northwestern ALACHUA.-Alfred Dixon Rufus Payton back, 5'10",165
we right field Peace. hare bad the best recruiting Senior High School; back, 6', 180 lbs., of A. L. Me- lbs, Shortrldge High School.TOOTHACH:
this year than we have Charles Stockton tackle, 6'2", bane High School. '
ANofHER MAYS Swim Classes 2 Funerals had In a long long time. We 195 Ibs., North Miami Senior PLANT CITY-Bobby Holley,
CLEVELANDNI'I)- Tommy Agee of the Chicago Whit have been down two years, and High School; and Raymond Wll- quarterback, 5'10, 165 Ibs.,
Sox returned to familar< surroundings last week riding the crest If 11 take at least two more years cox, guard and linebacker 5' and David McDonald, back, 5' ,
popularity and success: with the Windy City Club. The speedy For Adults Week for us to rebuild" 11", 180 Ibs., Carter High 11", 197 Ibs., both of Marshall joi.i wirer iiony,,In seconds pt NlttI.t i':J
rookie outfielder, who is the top hitter with the Sox with an; Within Coach Calther and his staff School. High SchooL !law, with, ORA-JEL. SpMtfnformula ..
average of .288, was traded to the Pale Hose by the Indians stumped Florida and nearby T ALLAll.ASSEE-.A.lt rt d d t eSykes PALMETTO-Walter H.Spencer '' to putt top It to throbbingooth.chep.inso"tedoc.work Intlintly ,
last year. He was described by Sox teammate Tommy John Open At YMCAThe For Coaches states signed what he calls 32 end, 6'1",175 lbs., and Jr., guard, S'll", 220 Ibs., -e'
also an ex-Indian, as baring "the potential of being the Willie of the best boys available It'sa .Leroy Jackson back, 5'11". Leroy Bellamy, end, 5'11",178 tori rieommtnd It for
Mays of the American League" second annual Earlyblrd LORMAN, Miss. '"Learn to Swim" program at funerals within a week were to depend upon freshmen to fit |School. tackle, 63", 225 lbs., all of
ANOTHER FIRSTLAURINBURG James Weldon Johnson Branch held for college coaches whose r
N. C.-(NPI> Another "first" Insportswas YMCA for adults will begin passing hare left a void In the
racked up last week when muchsoughtafter basketball star May 23.Classes. Negro college sports world.
Charlie Scott of Laurlnburg Institute was signed to an athletic will be heldeach Man- The deceased are Dr. Eugene
scholarship by the UatverWydNortDCarolIna,the tamed "Tar day through Friday from 7, to Edward Simmons, Alcorn AftM'
Heels." Previously sought by some 93 colleges, the 6-foot-S 8 a.m., and Saturday from 11:30 College athletic director and QUANTITYRIGHTS
Scott, who averaged 26 points a game at Laurlnburg, thus became am., to 12.30 p.m. The American basketball coach: and Harry R. I RESERVED
the first Negro athlete to make the "Tar Heels" roster. Red Cross will certify "Big" Jefferson 66, longtime
persons completing the course.Julius Southern College football coach. SPECIALS
PATERNITY SUIT Gulnyard.'American Dr. Simmons, who Is credited GOOD
CHICAGO -((NPI>-Star outfielder Tony Olin of the Minnesota Red Cross Water Safety with developing the Alcorn THROUGH SATURDAY
Twins was threatened with arrest last week, after a 27- instructor, and a member of Braves Into a small college
year-old divorcee charged him with being the father of her the Jacksonville Recreation basketball power, was killed
three-month old daughter named Melissa. The suit was filed Department, will conduct the In a head-on collision on U. S.
by Mrs. Margaret Thurmond in circuit court and a warrant course !80, east of, Tallulan La. HERSHEY'SSUGAR
was Issued for Olivia's arrest by Judge Joseph B. Barnes, Julius Jones, program direc- With the Alcorn faculty since'
who set $1,000 cash bond tor, YMCA, announced that only 1950, he served u coach, pro-, I
fessor of health and physical
YMCA members are eligibleI
ON THE BLOCK
education, and as chairman of
SAN FRANCISCO-(NPI)-Rumors circulated last week that I participate. Interested per- the school's department of
San Francisco Glints ailing slugger Orlando Cepeda might be sons are to be registered by Health and Physical Education.He 0 G
traded to the St. Louis Cardinals for lefthanded pitcher Ray, May 21 at 12 o'clock. is survived by his wife. 39 a
Sadecti. However Cardinals scoffed at the The first session will begin 5 IIS.
,a spokesman rumors,, Mrs. Audrey D. Simmons mo.
saying, "Why should we relieve the Giants of their biggest pro-'i May 23, ending June 11, and ther, Mrs. Nettie D. Simmons; ; LIMIT t PLEASE WITH( $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER i
blem. They're got a stationary ball player they can't play."i'' the second session June 13, sons, Michael and Allen;daughters r
Cepeda is still suffering from the effects of a 1964 operation i terminating: June 30.The course;!:; Audrey and Carolyn; and
will consist of the basic fundamentals j
his knee. MAXWELL HOUSE
on right of learning bow to swim a sister, Mrs. Roberta Butler.

JACKIE SCORES AGAIN and dire, elementary safety Ohio.Burial InStenbenrllle,,

NEW YORK-(NPI)-Baseball's Hall of Famer Jackie: Robinson methods and rescue and arti- In Philadelphia rites were "..
is returning to familar environs In Brooklyn this year, afterbeing .' tidal respiration. held for Jefferson longtime ,COFFEE C !
named general manager of the New Brooklyn Dodgers of[," The tennis program Is also :college football coach In Virginia -" -. -" .:, '.; 1 l.LI. 69-. ,. .
the Continental Football League The first Negro named to a' Included for toe .umm.r.Clu-i North Carolina and West ;
Jackie who broke the color barin 't lei are conducted each Saturday .
major sport managerial post, Virginia. CAN
baseball with the old Brooklyn. Dodgers of the National. |1 f t continue from through 9 to 11:30 July a.m.2. Henry, and Jefferson retired last year UNIT 1 mm $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER t
League. as the first CIAA commissioner
Daniels Jimmy and J.
Walker
the circuit In which he
Guinyard are the instructors. coached at four Institutions continuously -

... -._ .. FAMU Coaching I the from of 1925-57. He was '/i 6A1 c CRISCO 3 IBS 69C s I
: :;"; ':; ,;'-.t ,. ;* recipient citations and many awards.outstanding Including CLOROX PLASTIC 2 9 .

Behind every great drink there Clinic Set 1961.the NAIA Hall of FameIn ,:LIMIT"' 1 ?'?.? M MORE FOOD ORDER j

is a great whiskey. For June 13-16 The deceased Is survived by
Seagram's 7 Crown his wife, Mary; and three sons, "DOLLAR SALE"LUCKY
,
Sgt. John Jefferson, Philadelphia -
The Sure One. 'TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Floriaa ; Lt. Harry M. Jefferson,
AftM University holds Its 22nd with the U. S. Army In Viet LEAFAPPLE
annual Football and Basketball Nam; and Arthur, a student at .. ill. PILLSBURY
Coaching Clinic June 13-16with Howard University School of JUICE .
a staff of nine clinicians scheduled Law.
to lecture, demonstrate, FLOURPLAIN
Watch
and Illustrate the latest coach- COLLINSWOOD
ing techniques and trends In 2M 4 $1
fOR
football and basketball LThls Clown SWEET POTATOES
Selected by clinic director OR 49'KING
Jake Caliber for the 1966 staff 15 71 22 SELF RISING '
are: Bob Deraney, head football HUNT .
.. coach at the University of Nebraska -
4 ; Charlie McClendon, 461-16-936 FRUIT COCKTAIL. 300 .CANS 5 IBS.
head football coach at Louisiana -,
3K i
State University; James' 5 9
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Wanxa, head football coach si! 4a PHARR

J ry ,- School Northwestern in Miami Senior; Jim Sharpe High, ,0 OKRA & TOMATOES 303 CANS

j assistant football coach at the 3"
University of Alabama; and 1 VAN CAMP 5 ,fOR'$1|
Forrest McKinney, former
I : head coach now athletic director 345 ID 93 PORK & BEANS NO. 2 CANS

at Union Academy, Bartow.
I These coaches will lent on 40-11-64

{ ,. I the football staff. FLA. GRADE A WHOLEFRYERS .
i I Frank McGuire head basketball Sqmetlmes: 'Inure Up Sometimes 'PORK
coach at the University of
He's Down He adds subtract.Ie ,
South Carolina, will be the lone
works it all around, -
clinician during the basketball LB.29C
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section Coach McGuire Is a 30 612
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.{...: ; y- ... >_. J N' :'...,,: ., .:.:&i';>f.'? former Warriors coach: of of the the Philadelphia National- COMING ATTRACTIONS'MAN'S STEAK
Kabul MTUIIJ,are.:noon wmsoi" ,M noor,"%turn hUt mmt 1 1I
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FREE W S1AMManltxare.eK. Nt. Olive Primitive Cherry Blossom Club Hold Party Ten Greoi W III.Support

Sils Anniversary 1rl
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For Electiei' To Suite
How Otter Board< S cl lit. Olivefrtetttvt As
ire IhcdaioHull' i Baptist Church will "
: Iieetyrti obserre totaalversarv Sunday lest Silted For The PostTom
..,. it J has. fa the church audl-'
ier3sr.AaeMh. Greene, candidate for the State Senate surged,forward
NATIUAI. liKUL g to KM. aorta F. this week as the man Jaxons feel Is best suited for the position
.Beet, 'fresUeot, Rev. A. /. which Is also sought by Charles W..Bostwick
ttIB i. .I htttft' will be .fee speaker.Gnmtiii ., "Early conversion for the new
votes to lead his opponents
1Sh ic:__.ail.. trr
to aDJ-
getting the support from local Junior college four-year
civic and community groupson versity.
TJSAIE f the basis of his record in "Special consideration for our
the Florida House of Representatives. -
Mirkirs Ail.Muiiuts; : T .

: snCIL''Rl t t tFII IEcillnl1, DAY Y +,r I Is The the 33-year-old son d the now native deceased Jason

former County CommissionerRay
Greene who was widely
INDEPENDENT MONUMENT CO.: bon among northside Jaxons.
\ '. Young Greene served two
CALL PI 50122 ANYTIME terms In the House and, u
i 'pointed out by his supporters
-- wu a member 0 f the Dun
delegation which was declared
"the most effective In the 1963
session" He serves as vice
chairman on the Committee on senior cltlcens.
Banks and Lonsandamemiber "Effective air and water pollution
t'Fa1' ofthe* Important Constitutional controls.
This is- Amendments, Finance Greene has also pledged that,
M u his past record shows, his
and Public
and Taxation, Health
the nicest Utilities committees. efforts will not be dictated by
: color
race,
or creed. His

supporters
:;J a promotion to the
Seeking
"', point out that unlike
: be
smoothest Senate, which manyfeel
his
deserves, Greene' who has opponent, Greene has never
bourb6n : worked prevent over-taxation- been associated has with! a law firmwhich
has pledged to devote his efforts' protected and defended
member or leaders of antl-
ever to come SPONSORS'-When the Cherry Blossom-Social tod Savings- hekh. ""Marshall, Mrs. Lucille: Jones,president; and Mrs. Blanche relief in to the property Senate owners.to give tax Negrow anti-American groups
its party Jut.week In the home of Urs. Susie Foster, sponsor ,Juniors, assistant secretary.Standing, also from left are Mrs.'
'o r f' ...- of the event were members shown here. Seated from left are .Lottie Moody, Cooper Brown,Mrs.Carrie Miles,John McCloud. Among for the _thlngsGrtenestands fcain now for

Mrs. Falretha Bold, business manager; Mrs. Ines Bayless, .Mrs. Susie Foster, secretary, and MrsC.B. Parson .M tilt..are.*:itnHnn without tomorrow', fobs
I Kentftcky.Find treasurer; Mrs. Leona Marshall, recording secretary,Andrew chap>ain: (Photo bY Billy Bron) -

.> He! WHO LAUGHS LAST prob- I

Ml.Elect Moriah Women Zion Hope Baptist Seeks Damage, ;umself.ibly )Intended Catholic to tell Digest the-itory'Defmber. 11966 AUTO TAGS ON SALE

President
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f The Amy Robinson's Young Slates Anniversary:, NEW YORK The National -1 Myrtle Avewe Tag Agency --
Women of Allen of 1ft. Moriah Association for the Advancement INFORNATIOM.RANTED
AXE Church elected Mrs. The deacons and trustee of Colored People will .
out Mary Nealey as president for boards of Zion Hope Baptist apply for a rehearing before the Would anyone knowing the address
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the ensuing year. Church will observe their anniversary Unite States Supreme Court in of Willie Mae Jones,
Tile election meeting was held Jointly Sunday at 3 the Court's dismissal of the 'widow of Alvin Jones, please Now At
for }yourself In the home of Mrs Delores p.m., In the church auditorium.. NAACP petition for a review of call'Miss Gundry at 781-1855::,
Jackson 137 Magnolia St.with Rev.: George A. Price, pastor) a damage case In the 1962 boy- Jacksonville. 2422 Myrtle: Ave.
Mrs. L. M.. Jones presiding., of St. Matthew Baptist Church,I cott of a Savannah market by :
Other officers elected were;: will deliver the sermon. Other* ,the Association's branch In that i
Mrs Shirley J. Harris, first;11 1,i.participants include:'JHfttcoft{ Georgia city. WANTED Corner 15th St.-
vice president;':Miss Lavern! 'Willie I Jones, Richard Davis, Robert L.Carter, NAACP general : MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP IN
Bryant, second.Tlce president;I\I I'Robert Hartley, Deacon J. B. counsel, announced on ''JOBS, SALARIES TO $65.: fare
l .e it.>.ECHO s"rna ountunv.LOUISVILLE KV Miss Gwendolyn Nelson, recording Simpson Deacon A. M. ThomU April 27 that such an application i. advanced. Rush reference, -Conv nient Hours -
secretary; Miss Gwen and Rev. E. R. Simpson.) would be filed. His announce phone cumber. ABLE MAIDS
dolyn Smith assistant secre- ment followed the Court's 5 to 4 I
AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN, FREE- Open Plenty 01
decision not to grant the
tary; Mrs. Motella Myers, financial I PORT
N. Y.
KAACF'M petition for a writ .
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secretary. 1 Saturdays
t of certlorari., I ; Parking Space
In Its brief supporting the petition I I
'IIAIE A FLA. OR U. for a writ of certiorari,*i
the NAACP said It "had no
FRESH ICE 'ICKJD'FitYER knowledge of the Savannah I
Branch's picketing at respon PROTECT 'YOUR TAX DOLLARS
dent's market until It was served -

BREAST Akv a defendant with the In petition this action making ltdid Stop Nee lis1! SpailiijId .
ICG 01 not supervise the conduct of the
.Savannah Branch,nor did have
390EXTRA any employees there." Oir Schools
Expressing the view that the ,
majority decision was in error,
.
Ur. Carter said that "the dls- Vote For -
I I seating opinion of Justice Douglas
II I J Ii embodies our views on e .. Joe
i the merits of our claim that
I the decision of the Supreme ,' :
EXTRA SPECIAL: PLAIN, Court of Georgia sustaining an
Ql.'SEIF-RISIN6PILLSIURYS award of damages against the CULLENSchool
National Office our Sa-
Tannah Branch was erroneously

L "A.f':';. '" ... ... .. I decided. Board, Dist. 4 '
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> ; Damages In the amount of
BOLl MEDAL ,
1 + :::::!wom; wot &QHttscoora:: :tj:, .$85,793: were awarded the owner Paid Pol.,Adv,
;::;::::: :::::! ;: :: : ::: : of the store, Haldred Over-
1\: :\\i street, by a Savannah Jury.This
LflfldPICfliC* award was upheld by Georgia
FLOUR Supreme Court.
Nut( MaianrjMuiiir "We cannot take the view,"
Mr. Carter continued, "that the
J.1.1 majority of the U. S. Supreme .
5 it: 490 Court, by Its action intended I
In any way to limit the right of
peaceful protest accorded under it liNT SODa

lIMl1.1.1 WITI A $5.DO .the First any event Amendment.In this.Is not a I I

OR MORE ORDER decision on the merits and we
I will continue to engage In peace
ful picketing and other forms
of peaceful protest In furtherance
of the civil rights cause."
EXTRA ne d1s.seoUDcql1D1cm,written I
by Justice William O. Douglas
SPECIAL. and concurred In by Chief Popl1
Justice Earl Warren and Justices -
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0 PURE 'iAsst. 11I31er) William J. Brennan, Jr.,
1 and Abe Fortes, charged that
I 'rEGtulLECRISCO .the majority opinion opened the'
*Sway for "crushing verdicts that
,may stifle organised (foisen'"
I Further, the dlssentingJustices I
:said the majority J opinion I I .
raised "a thmt ot political ".
"
SHORTENING asaoc.U"RThe I I..
majority reJec'Je'A
the NAACP petition In the following
words: "The writ of

.3 & 790 ,PRICES IN TIIS AD ARE GOOB, t,certiorari granted dismissed" u Improvidently -

-.1.1 THROUGH SUNDAY MAY 15 AT The NAACPplcketlnggrewout
LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 of t report of the brutal beating

OR 'MORE .ORDER' OUR AlP RARE STORE year-old of Robert Negro Let boy BoJdeD.employed a 14- CO q

,('lIl1ce ) LOCATE0 AT 3000: I. 45TH $', at OYtr by the{"owner's 'l'rqI1calJlW'-: 28,
'1198 mother
The youth's appealed '
to the NAACP Branch
.which, after Investigation,
launched a boycott said to be
1 99 per cent effective. ,

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