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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:
February 24, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00754

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 24, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00754

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Johnny Stroman, 14, or Savannah reported to have been victims Raines, New Stanton and Eugene
a seniors the South Carolina attempted Intimidation.The Butler high schools boycotted
a Savannah State College.He James Weldon Johnson classes last Tuesday The But. t 4y 1I
had taken a lead la desegregating school In i predominantly Negro ler students marched to toe Syn- .1 '
the alley, which also has area. It Is named for one of der National Guard Armory
an .ater,.United States District the famous Johnson brothers, where the Florida T.acbers.q.
Judge J. Robert Martin Issued the one a poet the other a mu- sociation have been bold dally
,, I temporary order to Mr. and Iidan. meetings v '.J"'
Mrs. Floyd bad vowed they Pollce'protecUoo has not? been' 1bur.ot'I11Dtftf >jf; '., I
would never admit Negroes on deemed necessary for the Negro and white parents from I .
u equal basis. However, the schools or for those resigning Matthew W. Gilbert and Rflault 1 CHARI4 IVIM
court emphasised that they or staying u teachers. It could high schools picketed court..
would be violating the Civil not be determined whether the house and carried signs supporting politics: Evers lives at Fayette,
Rights Act of 1964.According call was from a radical or whether the teachers and urging Considered
the Jurist, the order would stand It is part of a city-wide settlement of the school crisis. Negro students of Stanton Senior and Matthew Gilbert High School showed >y patfty for tee the strongest and
:striking teachers of Duval County when (hey went to the and banner suck
until the Floyds could convincethe scheme of frl&bten1oct.acberl Rev W.E. Young a member of Armory displayed a most effective Negro In his
court otherwise. during the present chaos. the Matthew W. Gilbert High |u the one above Wednesday afternoon Incomplete totals Indicated that more than 200 students state, and widely heralded
backed up those teachers who have resigned and Intend to remain South
so. throughout the for kisag*
Stroman said
Jubilant young No further Indication of promised School Parent-Teachers As
,The present teacher-Board of Educatbu-Legklature dilemma is for the
enthusiastically, "Yeah we violence was reported. soclationwholedthecourthousemuch responsible presence gressiveness/ Evers worked
made it," with a broad grin. said the march was to of these Duval County teachers at a strategy and discussion meeting In the Duval County bard, making many can+plgespeeches
Armory Wednesday afternoon. The school board suggests to teachers that return and towns and
to the tow line resigned they visiting
Floyd, brought serve notice that citizens"want
upon being Interviewed, said Ex-FootballerMiddleton the governor and legislature "with prejudice." They say No. (ppecial on the Spot Photo By Bob Smith) hamlets throuthoat bias .

"Everything is going alright* to grant the teachers': demands ridden state of MisslssipptUke
Pm not about to buck federal his brother, Medgar, who was h
a
which are Just and reasonable. Gin Bottle
H, JAMES GREENE High Spat
slain Charted
order." some years ago
Judge's Rev. Young pastor of Tabernacle Judges UnanimityDulls
Stroman was joI.ne4l11h1atlrst 24 and was asked whether be Baptist Church, 903 E. Evers has remained a strong
Intended to attend meeting of opponent of Black Power.He has
game non-segregated bowlingby Union, with a congregation of Brings FriendsTo
James P. David, 18, Charleston the striking teachers Dies Instantly"Oh 1,000 said a movement is afoot promised to represent all of the
also a Savannah College Later, according to Greene, to boycott business firms Future people If elected. '
student. the same person called and Lord, don't let him die. that are lending their employeesto Fatal Fight HopesOf Ever gained ZI,'" votes
On February 8 three Negroeswere asked whether be was driving. cried Mrs. Josephine (Jo) Bar. teach in schools in an effortto from 266 of 309 precincts in
killed In u encounter with, i Cadillac. The suspect Is reported ton, 37, IOU Harrison street, undermind the teachers' efforts Jimmle Lee Chambliss, 34, the Third Congressional District
state troopers, and more than to have warDed "Just b Tampa, when she realised to secure quality education S40 Eaverson street,dled Tuesday Adam PowellWASHINGTON counted Griffin trailed
SO were wounded In the racial as sure as you are driving a that her firing of a .38 cali in Florida. morning in Duval Medical with 22,!50. Most of the missing
fracas which left the school Cadillac, before the strike Is bra pistol toward Gee (Reggie) Day by day more citizenswere Center, from a fatal gunshot precincts were in Hinds County
town in turmoil,and which resulted over, we're going to blow up Battle, 22 year-old, In Gene's voicing support for the wound in the left chest Former Reprsentatlve Adam Clayton Powell Jackson, where lies thestate's
cannot challenge his ouster from his seat In the United States
in an effective boycott your Cadillac and you in U. Bar last Thursday might have teachers u it became obvious Booked In the City Jail earlier largest population.The .
consersaUonaUst Senate, according to a ruling handed down by the United Stun led In half of
against local businesses,a boycott Principal Greene's caused his Instant death, thebullet that Governor Kirk is attempting lathe week, after the February politician
according to a leader, didn't identify himself. going throughthedeceased's to put the teachers "in a 23 shooting was Eugene Court of Appeals. the 12 counties in the district.
"without nonsense." Order was However, according to the educator eye and out of(he back of trick" by stalling on signing or MathIs, 36, of 3114 Breve Drive, This ruling further supports e powerful politician-preacher.: The white voters spread their
restored later. The Ku Klux his voice was that of a his head. The barmaid was vetoing the bllt It Is felt that charged with assault to mur- district court ruling and is regarded The leader was excluded from balloting among the six otbtrwhits
Klan was told to stay away white man. booked investigation of mur by prolonging the school crisis oer. u a setback to the once the 90th Congress on March, candidates
with its cross burning. The This is first of reported bel- der. local school boards will take According to the dockett, 1967, by vote of his former colleagues. In the eleven-county. Third
State Chleft of Police was censured Battle, a married man, former action accept resignations with Chambliss and MathIs, 36, had Raiford Prison The seat has remained District, eventual means that
vacant since that time He had Evers may have to gamer many
by the powerful NAACP. Middleton High student, prejudice and cause teachers known each other for more than
Ralph Brown tried to call the Supports TeachersST. and ex-footballer,had been seeIng lose their benefits and suffer a year. For many months they hoped to be seated votes from the whiles There
governor,to no avail. Mrs. Barton motberof five, penalities. worked on the same construction Refuses Negro An opinion of the court however is a total of 125,000 white voters -
Orangeburg Is a typical college PETERSBURGMarvin from time to time, according Job. is that the House d Representatives as against 70,000 Negroes
Davies Field Secretary of the might have erredin Evers has had the strong support
town. The total population reports. Apparently,arguments On February 28 Chambliss and
NAACP for Florida said members Printed to seat the ex-solon. of the NAACP and of prominent -
refusing
Is 17000. For years se- became a part :of their friend MathIs got Into an argument at PapersA
of its 64 branches will beurged Boycott In The Jurists wrote "That each Negro and white leaders -
CONTINUED ON PAGE U
last the R and R Bar at Beaver
to withdraw their ehilt Thursday, police records and Davis, at about 3 p.m.ovel Raiford prison deathrowconvict branch may thus occasionallywe throughout the aim
---- Indicate, ex-footballer Batty OrangebnrghGets a bottle of gin. MathIs is said Herman Jackson, Jr., pay for this independence,
Ala. Demons beat the barmaid mother and, to have walked a block away, of Lake City, has complained this separateness, of each coequal Rip Irowi Is
later, returned to the bar for to anotherbar. Chambliss came that no Negro publications are branch and for the desired
Elect NegroesFor I If another round. Results behind him and said,"I'm going permitted into the prison. supremacy of each within. Its
I As the story coos Battle came to kill you. He Is said to have A three-judge United States owned assigned spehere.,
back to Gene's Bar on Twenty. iteacberfinto his back pocketto Appeals Court panel has taken Judge Warren Burger, author Ordered lick
National f / second where the accused ORANGEBURGH, S.C.-boy. get a pistol He fired atMathIs. the complaint under advisement of the major opinion, said that
killer worked, and began arguing cott of white-owned businessesin Mathls fired backJour Jackson has been an Inmate courts would have no power ovtr
MONTOGOMERT, ALA.- Two t I and grabbing at her over this city has apparently. been times, at 3:50.Chamblss for seven years balking House, if they favored Fir NY TrialRap
Negroes, one a lawyer,the other : the counter effective. was armed with a The presiding Judge of the panel Powell's return.',
u attorney, will be among the Suddenly, Mrs Barton is said drastic reduction is sales 22calibre revolver. This was Judge Elbert Trutle, Atlanta Powell bad been in Congressfor
official delegation of the Florida to have pulled] a .38 pistol from has resulted from the boycottand found on the floor after the said,"It seems Inconceivable 22 years and excluded, not Brown, vehement and provocative -
Democrats at the Chicago beneath the counter top. According the curfew imposed after shooting, near the dead man's that any pr1soocouldbaveao'thloc expelled, following charges that civil rights leader,
convention in August to witnesses,Ia 's.Her- rioting erupted leaving three right band so unreasonable" during his six years u chairman must stand trlalis.YortforbarusmeDt
Attorney Arthur D.Shores, 59, ton shot at Battle. The bullet dead and 36 wounded. MathIs was arrested on Feb. Prison offlcals have answeredthat of the Education and Labor of police charges,
Is from Birmingham and was struck the ex-athlete in the Tile boycott was"' called in response rusty at 4 p.m., at 829 Ashley reading material is a mat- Committee,be misused travel according to Judge Thomas G.
unopposed as the bullet went to the "Orangeburga ter andpayroll funds under his Waver New York Criminal
qualifying r right eye. The fatal street. He was also armed, according of policy not of race
deadline passed. Joe L. Reed, through his bead and out the massacre" of three students by to police records. He Assistant Florida Attorney care. He was labelled with Court Jurist
28, executive secretary of the back policemen. At least one of the was charged with Intent of assault General David Tuman told the bringing discredit on the House Judge Weaver has asked for
AH Negro AlabamaState Teachers MARVIN DAVIES Battle died Instantly students was shot in the back after to murder. This wulater court That "there is a high degree because of his defiant attitude the return of the leader and has
Association, will be elected dren from classes In schools Mrs. Barton screamed Oh the students began breaking changed to death because ofChambliss' of homosexuality at Rai toward New York courts during set a trial for March 20.Brown
in the May 8 primary. He was which are "Inadequately stet 'Lord, don't let him die, didn't windows in stores in protest passing.< ford, and we try to keep out a costly libel suit is charged with shoring a patrolman .
not questioned as the deadline fed" by substitute teachers. mean to kill him" against their being turned away Harry Walker, a bystander, publications that would arouse Again Powell was refused in January In front of
for qualifying passed. Attorney Davies urged the Battle's brother, Robert Lee, from a whites-only bowling alley. was shot in the back during the men sexually." He alluded to a seating on March 1,1967; by a the Cuban Mission d..the United
This is a history making pre- branches to establish schools though stunned by the fatal occurrence same argument degree of unrest at the prison, vote of 307 to 116. He neededa Nations.
cent, according to Alabamans. in churches and to encourage gathered the dead Police then fired on the reportedly with "racial outlets two-third majority. The New York Judge made .the
For many years, the state of teachers who have Sralkedout married man's clothes before unarmed students in a Big EmployerNEW Ebony, Sepia and national e. decision following :nqnMtjtf
Alabama fog had an all-White to staff them to provide the the ambulance came. display of"oversUU"and massive YORK-The business gro papers are banded. Chicago Young Thieves Brown's attorney feat the trial
organization. The delegation proper education for the cbil- "'Jbe deceased athlete was the retaliation. The boycottwas of property and liability iruur. and Plttsburgbpapersarenot NEW YORK-Sixty three per should be speeded' op, M that.
this year will be predominantlywhite. dred. father of one child. His wife;, called by local civil rights ante in he United State pro. permitted. According to. Jacksonville cent of the persons arrested for there might not\ be any Jeopard-
According to Robert S. Davies further urged the branches Mrs. Linda Battle, Is said to leaders In response to the por vide employment for 'approximately NAACP Attorney Earl automobile thefts during 1966 sing of Brown's chances for red
Vance, chairman for Florida, to give strong and active be expectinganother.Mrs. Bur. lice action. And the no-buying 540.000 people the In. ),I. Johnson,only white'papers were under the age of 18, ac duced bail in New Orleans;
more than 12 Negroes are running support to the moves of the Jon is the mother d five children campaign wiU continue the turance Information Institute are accepted. The prison has a cording to the Insurance In where he Is now, in connection .
with white opposition. teachers. leaders say report listing of 50 per cent Negroes formation Inl lule. with a federal weapons charge






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Eta Phi Beta Sorority recently held a Valentine Party for are: MJ.Stepbens D. Matthews Mary Jones, Loclle /. Wei-
members and friends at the Club Eldorado. Shown above, don, I/Questra Everett, Jimmie L. Rogers, Genelve Thomas,
from left, seated, are ; Helen Felix, Martha Matthews, Gladys Gladys LJackson, Dorothy. Kennebrew, Fletcher Allen and Cleveland Sapp.Ophella) Hannon Herman
C. Vaught, Louise E. Parker, Ethel M. Thompson, Mildred N. Rev. Nathaniel Roberts. '.HOTO By A. PAUL CRAWFORD. Golden Dream Social and Savings Club held Its first anMiller, Emma Wyatt, Pool and James ,
Brunson. Clevel D. Isaac and Lunette H. Williams from left. niversary recently Shown above, from left, are: Members Owens, James Stubbs, Dennis Sparrowjiresl-
Mable Matthews, Bernice Williams, Mattle Ramsey.Altamese dent., A. PAUL CRAWFORD PHOTO

Golden Dream Social-

Duke's Standards And Savings
Duval-Stanton Nurses' Alumnae
YOU DON'T HAVE TO. GO TO TOWN TO GET

Set A Music Club CelebratesThe

Golden Dream Social and
LOW PRICESDRUG
Pattern For All Savings Club held its first anniversary *
recently. Participants

Duke Ellington U believed by on the program were: I
STORE NEEDSTrade many critics to have made the Rev. Janus'HayesStStephens,
most all-pervasive contributionto Deacon Jordan, Mt. Ararat,
the development of Jut In Miss Colles Austin, Mrs De-

with Your N e ighborhood urng Store the United States though the bores Harm-Id, Mrs. Mattie
Ramsey, Mrs. Janice CampbellMiss
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL lion's share of Ellington's
PAPERS We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. tame hinges on the numerous Betty Pool. Mrs.Plnkney Elizabeth, Mrs.
Evelyn ,
"standards" be hu composedIt
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Is Ms work u the leaderof Stewart, Phyllis Levy Ella Mae
a Jan orchestra that has Hutchinson and Deacon S. D.
won him respect and admin Williams, Mrs. Bernice Williams
Dixie Pharmacy ration of fellow musicians. sident.and James Sparrow,pre

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Mrs. M.D. Ryder Joins
1302 KINGS ROAD AT 'MYRTLE(

PHONES ELGIN 5--5597-9R rDR. Associated Constructioi

REX SMITH Mrs. M. D. Ryder, formerly
PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND associated with Argus Builders,
now resigned Is now with the
TELEPHONE BILLS AI'OUR S10RE 300 I.. STATE EIM1I Associated Construction Com
pan,. Mrs. Ryder hu resigned
from Argus Builders.

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FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered Now!
: Pecertly,0 DvnlStufton Vocational Licensed Practical' Mrs. Julia Reid, reporter and Mrs: GerakUne Griffin, vice
'J 1 Nurses Alumnae held the installation of officers at the Eldo president. Standing from left, are: Vice Presidents, Catherine!
rado. Shown above are officers, seated from left: Mrs. Shirley Jones, Rosa Lockwood, Betty Sledge, Linda Mitchell BenetaSlmlar
McGee, business manager; Mrs. Dorothy Gllmore, rlaln.; Mayfern Clark, Miss Gloria Hendrlcks, Mrs. Beatrice
Mrs. Ruth H. Winner,tecretary;Mrs.Sucle.Fields, treasurer Jenkins, Mrs. Sandrai Hartley, Mrs. Alma Badger and Miss
; Mrs Lois A. Tremble business manager; Mrs. Estella; R. Elltabeth Mllledge, financial secretary. A PAUL CRAWFORD
Wilson President; Mrs. .hazel S. Cherry, business manager; PHOTO.


r Negro Director Chosen By Newark Cornelia Ladies

3 Is First In Music
a Symphony History
Semi Civic Social' Club's Social

NEWARK-(N PI)-The designation of Henry Lewis as musical
Savings Club MeetsThe director, New Jersey symphony, comes at a time when Meet InstallsThe
; y black people are beomine increasingly prominent in fine-arts

activity Lewis first prominence as violin soloist Camelia Ladles Club
Semi Civic Social and Negro chosen as
Savings Club will meet with musical director of an American with the orchestra Other violinists Social Meeting was held wWI'Ir.
orchestra In training with Civic \ .. Estella Lee, with Mrs.
Mrs. Ruth Burroughs, 15S7 W. symphony ,
Seventh, Monday, March 4, at stands in contrast with Dean are Earl Alexander,Virgil Shepard Pearl Jefferson u cohostess.
7.80. Mrs. Elnora Small Is Dixon, also a symphony conductor Royal Spur lark, and Anita Officers Installed were Mrs
president. Mrs. Arabella Baker who was obliged to Myles. A.M. Hartxog. president; Mrs.
Is reporter. leave the country to gain recognition Roosevelt Pilot is the orches Louise Graham, vice-presi
.xt and an opportunity to tra's lone bass player dent; Mrs. Rucker, secretary;
t' n nr
Third Congressional conduct leading orchestras. Many Negro Instrumentalist Mrs. Louise Hagen, recording
Dixon has maintained that racial have achieved greatness despite secretary; Mrs. Maybell Jenkins -
iuu. discrimination was behind Jim Crow practices in both the sinking fund treasurer;
Voters' league his non-acceptance in the United North and the South which excluded Mrs. Mary L. Wright Rainy
States. them from minor and Day treasurer; Mrs. Josle
Meets March 1 The story, however, was different community orchestras. Stamps, Club Savings; M i ..
for Lewis, and for u. view of'the resultant lack Ethel Walker, Sinking Fund;
.
You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR The Third Congressional scores of other Negro musicians of musical background some Mrs. Pearl Jefferson, Sinking
Voters' League will meet who are working their way conductors have waived experience Fund, Mrs L. Johnson,Assistant
Thursday March, at 7.30 at up In the musical world requirements.New Sinking Fund Treasurer;
Chase and 29th Streets. Lewis formed the Los Angeles Jersey Conductor Lewis Mrs. Mildred Gllllam,Business
This Is the last month before Chamber orchestra In 1958, himself was once the beneficiary Manager; Mrs. Ruby Garrison
The STAR Is the convention. Delegates will later becoming associate con- of such a waiver nd Mrs. Ruby D. Williams,
Carrying More Of The News be chosen for the convention. ductor of the Los Angeles phil The requirement was waived Assistant Business Manager;
Suggestions wjll be accepted and harmonic when he was admitted to the Los Mrs. OUe WadeCb, l&1D.J4ra.
discussed. The state meeting Other Negro instrumentalists Angeles philharmonic in view of Bonnie Frailer Is reporter.Mrs. .
YOU Want To Read AbouL.Bnt will be April ft and 28 at the are appearing with symphony his musicianship bass play Albertha Johnson heads
Mayflower Hotel. L.V. Davis is orchestras from coast tocoast, er. he slckcommitteewHhot, hers.
State President. Sam Jones Is Among them Is Sanford Allen, Guests were: Mrs. WUhemlnt
local president. hired by the New York philharmonic Gateway Barracks Young, Mr. Wade, Mrs. A.H.
You don't have to borrow neighbors
your paperto as a violinist,even though Hunter, Mrs. L. Johnson, Mrs.
read about the activities in your churches, Pride Of Macee be was short on musical ex- 3131 Will Meet In Allred Johnson Mrs. Price,
clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 perience. Conductor Leonard Mrs. V. Jackson'and Mrs. A.
homes in Jacksonville alone are having their favorite Bernstein was so impressed by I.. Bagar.
Temple Plans Allen's exceptional talent that New Home Saturday The club's next meeting will
Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Saturday he accepted him. be In. the home of Mrs. Gussla .
why not you? Meeting March 1 Earl Madison became cellist Veterans Gateway of Barracks World,War No. 3131 Nol, Rucker, 1326 W. Tenth street. .
with the
Pittsburgh symphony. will hold the first meeting in
Start' Home Delivery 01 The STAR This Coming Week The Prided Macao Temple after conductor going William to the residence Steinberg to of the new home, 1509 Kings Rd., Raines Girls
No. 186 will meet March 7 at audition. Saturday at 2 p.m. ConvocationEmphasizes
712 West Duval street.As.&p,. New members will be accept
Steinberg was not home, but
r Mrs Hattte James ed. Veterans should Strong
m. Daughter bring their
Just. after being admitted Mrs.
Fill by
f in The Blank Below And Say.. II. Rulerhas announced business Steinberg, the cellist discharges. The dedication of
FG began '
G, '. Importance. The meeting playing his instrument. the,new home will be announced Precepts
;, : Florida Star begins at 7 p.m. When Steinberg returned. h. In the FLORWA STAR. The Second Ann Senior High
.\ listened to Madison Girls Convocation of Rain"
P. 0, Box 599Jacksonville ; perform and
Florida "; Worthy Matrons OfOES told his wife "That's my cel- 'City Wide Beautician High School was held recently:
S
\ 32201 list. :! with Mrs B.L. Clot, u prin-

Madison got his start with the cipal speaker. .
Deliver The Florida Star every week to: Will Meet Chicago Civic orchestra,'as did Plan Meeting Monday Participants on the prograc
Donald White, another cellist, The were: Olga Christopher, mil,
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,1./ March 5 who later was hired by the Citywide Beauticians League tress cermonles;Hattie Fowler
':;" Cleveland symphony.In will meet Monday, March ; Girls Ensemble Sharon
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NAME The Worthy Matrons of st. addition, a black violinist at 5 p.m., in the home of Home, Janice Paris Corliss
: \ h Matthews Chapter 143 OES will has served with the Denver Mrs. Clydelle Donald Thomp Bailey, Edna Boyd Jacqueline
son, 1497
). ,J ADDRESS meet Tuesday, March S, at the symphony, and four Negro Those West 35th Street. Jones.
-APT--- Masonic. Hall, 913 Jefferson, at members with the Nashville who have not contributed Dr. A. A. Robinson, principal,
B p.m. Plans will be made for symphony.The to the Queen's Dinner made closing remarks. Mrs.
should
: CITY PHONE : 1ie' anniversary. Grand lodge Chicago Civic orchestrais come prepared to do Hortense Gray Is dean of gkl>
?: ', assessments will be accepted.' a fertile ground for training Queen.so. Mrs. Ethel Lee Jones Is The motto was: "Real Joy
Mrs. Marie Smother is Wor many of these instrumentalists. rllll Miss Brenda Joyce Har- Come Not From Ease or Riches
the
-I will pay the'carrier.15 cents per weekfor-my paper thy Matron. Edward Green has gained Is IA EWC scholarship this year donor.She or From the Praise of Men,but
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I [:W dd1 Fashionettes Have Tea National Confab Of

ing Bells -1. '-',., ..", .._. ;;J ; :, 'I'

'U a.: .Q Tiberous ,.' r "' Colored Women'sClubs
Tinsley.lUS Lincoln Christopher Fleming, 6221 ,,
Ct, 52 and Helen Louise. Brown, Cleveland Rd., 58 and bola: .
350 W. 17th St, 39. Jones, 5221 Cleveland Rd., 50.' '" ., '
"'d Inc. MeetsWASHINGTON
Theo. Roosevelt Mobley, 5352 Percell Hopkins, Jr.,422 West !, 'f ,
Cord .j -
Ave., 21 and Gwendolyn Orange St.,22 and Mary H.Mor-1
Homes, 5334 Cleveland Road,' nix, 1432 W. 13th St., 21. ., ".'H'-' D. C.-The 36th blnnlal convention of the National
18. ; Association of Colored Women's Clubs,Inc.,has been set
for 3-10 at the Palmer House The
Anthony R. Cooper, 4226 Harrison xIre e. .t August Chicago. announce
Edward Daniel Sprott, m, St., 19 and Frances J. :1,' ment was made by Mrs; Mamie B.Reese,National President ofu11.

Beaumont, Texas, 24 and Sonja Hayes, Rt. 8, Box 768, 17. Dianne Matthews,6569 Manaht- < NACWC, was organized 1896Is of 120,000; women and glrto;'
tan, 22., Albert A. Williams, 4132 San- I 1L the oldest organization of Negro from 40 states, the assoicattw
tee Rd., 26andEmmaJ.Wright. women. With membership was founded to raise the economic
William Clarence Carson, 611 348 N. 4th SL Lane, Jesup,Ga., cultural and edUca .o
W. Beaver St, 31 and Debris 26. -- al status of the Negro _.
I Semi Civic Social
Candy, 942 Jefferson St., 21. f g; It was among the first orgw-
Marvin Lewis Johnson 4428 Miss Fletcher I. .. iy ration to sponsor Scholar_
Homer Rd. St., 18 and Gloria Club Plans Meeting programs for needy famflto.
Jean Lily, 2110 W. 41st St., 19. Plans JuneWedding ; The approaching conventtaa
The Semi Civic Social Club will attract 2,000 delegates ...
Algie Demps Jr.,1321 Causey will meet March 4 at 8 p.m., at visitors and will center areori
Lane, 31 andSophia Yvonne Dizon the home of Mrs Ruth Bur the theme "NACWC at III
5800 Harris St, 27. roughs, 1537 West Seventh St Crossroads." The program wm,
Charles Ronald Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Fletcher, iV The last meeting was with Mrs. feature speakers national asA
Washington 5 Bessle Allen. The Bible verse International fame. Severs
the
Sr. announce engagementof
1181 W. 28th St. _
20 and Emma
their daughter, CassandraAnn I f t begins with the letter D. Mrs. professional workshops will be.
Deloris
21. Sanders, 1181 W.28th., to Dr. Alan R. Butler son .T i Elnor Small is president. held.

of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel But- Chit Chat Civic Highlighting the convende
ler, New Orleans.The wedding will be the first National Debutante -
Ivory Manuel, 1086 26thSl,63 presentation la conjunction -
has been scheduled for June,
Club Has EighthAnniversary
and Alberta Martin, 422 Belfort The blrde-elect, presented at with the National Association ,
St., 39. of Girls' Clubs wbJe
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Edd R. Brown, 5314 Spring 'A <11. -- '/1' '. will be meeting Jointly with tile
Grove Road, 24 andShirleyMae '. The Chit Chat Civic Club will adult group
Young, 4116 Katana Dr., N.,20. i :t- ",-: celebrate the eight anniversary
The Fashlonette Host and Hostess Modeling Saving Club, Jeanette Solomon: ; Mr. Charles Dopson. Mrs. Ruth M. Deal, on March 10 at the Lewis Branch Mrs. Barnes
Ellsworth Conroy Jackson,Rt. :_t. -, gave a gala tea on February 25 at the home of Mrs. Ruth M.; Mr. Jaccque Barrl Parker, Mrs. Martha Brlsbon, Mr. Allye I of the Eight and Calhoun
fr.' Box 488, 23 and Phyllis ; j Deal, 633 West 17th. Shown ibo*are, from left; Mrs. Ru* Clark and Mrs. Christine /. Pinkney.-A PAUL CRAWFORD from YWCA p.m. Many will .
: Sponsors Tea
dlaudlatm Holmes, Green Cove .. dolph Walker, Mrs. Ella Dopson.: : Mr. Tyrone: Townsend, Mrs. PHOTO. participate. The anniversary FMScholarships
Strings, Fla. 20. open to the public.
x Jacksonville Barbers Former School Teacher Will
:3ohn Edward Spigner, 1262 W. r Host And Hostess
Z8th St.. 46 and GllbertlMBlltabeth L Will Hold A St. Patrick's Tea, a bear
Prime, 717 Court B, Meeting Give Concert March 17 Club HostessIs fit affair, wll 1 be held for fee
3J. George 0. Sumner Scholars"
r On March 6 Mendet a New Proceeds will be used for Sunday, March 17, In the Greater .
George; Rufus Prince,Jr.,1204 Miss Padrlca varsity, receiving from the lat Mrs. MincyThe
Swee'fiiU CbwcLMrs.
Qrothe The Jacksonville Barbers'Association Stanton High graduate and for scholarships for deserving boys ter a master's degree. Baptist
St., 18 and Annie Lucille
Friendly Host and Hostess D.B.Barnes Is sponserleg'the
teacher in the Duval County and girls. This known artist
will meet mer nationally
Twiggs! 1573 W. 34U SL Wednesday
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,
afternoon, Sam Williams
Club meets Sunday event. Deacon
will be Miss Mendes is a member of has
r night March 6th at Cole's Barber School System, pre studied Italy.For further
March 3, at 5 p.m., at the home will be co-ordinator. The time
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Dorcas Society Honors Senior Members ,


I Palatka News I t CHURCH NEWS

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UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST ,.
at 9.30 with Mrs. Lull Robinson
Sunday School begins : and
Willie Hankins And Son Discuss teachers In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by tile

pastor or his appointee Deacons Major Hicks and Oats win fe
The Florida Teaching ImpasseA ID charge of devotions. The pastor will deliver both sermoot.
Choir Nol and Usher Board No.l will serve throughout the da;.'

parents conversation with his sixteen year old son, about The evening service will be at 6 p.m. Prayer meeting trW b
the school crisis. Tuesday night Rev Jake Ray pastor Mrs.Leomla Miller, h.

Dad my instructor of this extra eucatlon possible but to quit \, porter. The church Is located at 613 Pippin Street.

course I am taking to pass my job for It,that Is asking lot. .......,.. FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST ,
inis test in March has resigned I can'really be thankful for hav- .,'....it Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent born h,
dedicated to ',,' charge. The pastor Rev. W. L. Jones, will review
He asked me if I thought he was mg teacliers so use'
deserting us. I told him no, I the children. This seems kind .. The morning worship begins at 11:15 a.m.All choirs and
Rev. A. Jones will be at
the
didn't think that he or any of of Christ-like. will lead the procession. organ
the other teachers who had resigned Now son, I can see why you c The devotions will be led by the deacons. District No.ll wfll
had deserted us. He gave students might resent our not meet at 3 p.m., in the church annex. District No. 14 will sponsor -

,me a book an11: I >!M ma :o studyso doing anything. Yes I am readyto the annual tea in the auditorium with a program beginning
could :! the loot help in any way I can. I at 3:30: p.m. The evening worship beings at 6:45 Choirs No,1
Now'dad, {Pas a lot ofthepa- can't do as the Instructors of and No.2 and the Gospel Chorus will give an after-service pro.
rents' felt as my teachers An some of our state's colleges are gram for the Pulpit Aid Board.The president raising the largest
Dad, he has four small child- doing giving a days salary.But amount will be crowned. Rev. Williams will narrate the pro-
ren to support. He told me the being your father and one of gram. Districts' 8 and 12. Rev. W.L. Jones is pastor.

reasons, he was doing this,was those parents you wish were : SWEETFffilD BAPTIST CHURCH
that he believes the teachers like your resigned teachersand Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. Superintendent Raited
shoult take a stand for quality students. I am supporting(: McKinnon and teachers will be in charge. The morning ser
education. Even though his standis this cause. vice begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge of devotions.
Jeopardizing him and his fa- Son, maybe there are many t 'fiD The morning service begins at 5:30 p.m.The pastor, Rev D.B.:
mily's future. Son, do you main' parents who don't know how Barnes will deliver both sermons. Consecration will take plact
your teacher gait! his Job because to help, Just as myself. I hope ?YYYtr In the prayer room at 10:45: and at 5:15 p.m. Choir No. 1 and
he doscn't think the m xiey some of the teachers will tell Usher Board No. 1 wlU serve throughout day. Prayer meetIng .
the state of Florida has appropriated 'us were to send our help Is every Tuesday night at 7:30. Bible Study is every Wednesday *
will meet the needs of Thanks son for letting me know at 7 p.m. Rev. D.B. Barnes Is teacher. Choir No. 2 tt-

quality education?Son. the tea how you children feelabout your hearses at 7:30 on Wednesdays. Choir No. 1 rehearses Thursday
chers get good salt: muJtney teachers. By Willie Hankins. A at 7.30. Choir No. 4 rehearses Saturday at 5 o.m. The D,
would have gotten a good raisein father of four Junior and Senior B.''Barnes Choir rehearses Saturday at 645.: Mrs. Mimi

this new appropriation. Dad )sigh School students.ATTEND day Hines will be at the.organ. Mrs. Dorothy Green will bill
he showed, that this is not a r the pinao all day Sunday.
fight for teachers' salaries. a- t GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST

lone. This is so, my chill n, ,... Services Sunday begin at 9.30: with Deacon John_E. Single ud
as well as myself will be able THE Dorcas -=-- only.--.. p. -' ..6IZIU teachers In charge. Rev J.C. Rogers, pastor win review tII!
to get quality education for the The Welfare Society not gives food and clothing blnson oldest member present was presented a token of love lesson. The morning worship begins at 10:45 with the deacon
Jet age world. Dad I know we CHURCH OF to those In need, but, annually the Socelty honors th Senior and appreaclatlon for her help and inspiration to the society and deaconesses in charge of devotions.Music will be furnished
can't quaL'y' using horse and members with a program and a dinner at the Ephesus Academy by Mrs. Lucy Ellis Elder R.B.Halnoo church pastor gave by Choirs No. 1,2,3 and 4, with Mrs. Battle Bess at the cos-
wagon text books and equipment. YOUR CHOICE 2760 Edgewood avenue In the picture above Mrs Rebecca Ro- the closing remarks. Bob Smith Photo. sole Holy Communion will be,administered at the close of tile

Son, I have been thinking want 5 p.m. service. Both sermons will be delivered by the pastor

all four of you to get the best Bronco Star AI Denson Will Bell Choir Is Grace Baptist's Usher Is Board Tuesday No.niht.1 will Bible serve Study throughout Is also featured.the day. Prayer Mrs.Besslt meeting .


WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou Preside At Bethel Men's Day St. Stephen's Women's Day Will Merchant DAYSPRING Is reporter.BAPTIST CHURCH

Af Denson a member of West Union Baptist church, and Loaylty Month will be observed from March 3 through March
Seek The Best Doc- a member of the Denver Bronchos will preside at the annual Next Art Unit Be Held March 17 31, inclusive Rev Cyrus Weaver,pastor,asks members to register. .

tor. hen Your Doctor Men's Day program of New Bethel AME church for the Holy Communion services will be observedisthe evening .
Jaxons will The Women of Grace
Prescribes Oet Experienced 11 a.m. service on march 10. hive an opportunity Baptist worship at 7 p.m.Rev.Weaver will be assisted by Associate
Denson is a 01 tne local On March 24, at 3 p.m. will celebrate Women's Day on Ministers J.B. Kincben Malnor E
Pharmacists To product faculty of R.V.DanleU elementary E.W. Gardner and by Brother -
to bear of the most March 11.
J' schools and a graduate of school and also serves one unique WP. Smith and the deacon board. Music will be In chirp
Fill Prescriptions According Mrs
Florida AIM University The u insturctor In adult education musical 'organisation of the Gladys Keys Is chair- ,of Choir No. 1,2, and 3 In the evening worship. J.F. Pattern
To Your Doctor'sOrders. county The Boll Choir of Enlonla man.Mrs. Idealla Jackson is
chairman. Is Arthur O.Mitchell at the Eastslde NeighborhoodGJEO will sing Sunday School will be at 9.30. Edward Benthone and
school co-chairman.
of Eulonla Officers have
an outstanding citizen of Jacksonville Center Cannon Is activein mis widely known Ga. been chosen for the associates will be In charge of music for the Sunday School
We Use Only The Best amember of New Bethel Faternal and Civic organi children comes to aggregationof St. Mrs. Eliza Rich day. Wise Choir. James Kincben Jr., and Mrs. P. Askew will be at tile
Stephen' Perry
AC church, where he serves instruments Rev. Weaver will review
C. E. BLACKProprietor rations and recently receiveda AME thelellon.lnth..mOJ"ll"'nc
Quality Drugs. ... church at the behest of West Union Baptist will speak '
,' on steward board No. 2, and citation from the Young Men's of Rev J.S.Johnson pastor in the morning worship at U service Rev. Weaver will speak Choir No.1 will sing the
sings In the Frank Williams Christian Association of Jacksonville and lading officers and lay ara. Mrs. Mary Goodman will :consecration: : will be at 445. Other services will be: BTU, 5:45.
. 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You Chorus. He is a member of the for Leadership In the men. be guest soloist. Mrs. Irene Evening worship 7 p.m. Future events are?March 10, Anna

youth program, Edmund Sneed Dell are the Instruments used Mungu of Day Spring Baptist Coffee Hour, Usher Board No. 2. Wendell P. Holmes, pest

-----------A COMPLETE LINE or----------- USSIK.S! IIESSIICS Is director of public relations.It The group mode Its Initial Jacksonville will speak f v bt a p.m. service speaker; March 17, Joint Anniversary of District No. IS ud
appearnaca on the airwaves with Mrs Alma Cook u 30; March 18, Douglas Anderson High In Concert I p.nuj;
with the the soloist. Mrs. Cook Is March 24, Anniversary Tea of Missionary Society March 11,
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries The man born gift. on Ken Knight Show a member
Rev Roosevelt Franklin of Ma- They have also appeared In the o f Mt. Carmel Baptist. Association Day with Carrie B. Solan Hour at 1:30.ItY.!
con, Georgia It Is through God Covers Gray Hair Plata Shopping C.nt.r..Th1s Is Rev B.F.Brown Is pa.tor.Mrs. Cyrus A. Weaver is pastor; Mrs. E.W. Malnor Is church re
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED- that I can remove all evil conditions Wm. J. Brandfs Liquid their first appearance the au- Pearlle Mae Robinson is re- porter.
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: ., questions d/orlum of Jacksonville porter. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
\ 1901 KINGSROAD 3538279Lilly's some .you may any
wish to know. EAU DENNA ', church. Sunday school begins at ':30 with Superintendent Eugene,.
.. "' yer charge. The morning service begins at II a.m. The Ui-
1\ HAIR COLORED These children are of ages B to
Drug Store DO YuU NEED MONEY* Will cover gray hair in 10 to 12. They come from the fifth, St. Luke Baptist trees' Scoelty will be In. charge of the dining room. The COli'munion
'IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? No No sixth and seventh grades. Mrs will be administered at 3 p.m.Re.v. W.Hooks wlllbt*
20 minutes.
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP pact it at home mess Harriett Pickens and T.P.Wll- Church's District the speaker. There will be no evening service. All cblor..w
CALLWHITTINGTONROGERS DRINKING? Anyone can put on Mimi are directors the Utter Monday, March 4, the Usher Board will hold its second universary. -

FUNERAL HOMEFor CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED WILL NOT TURN HAIR principal of the schooL No. 2 Holds Meet : The annual men's' day Is Sunday March 24. Rev
? REDDISH The Bell Ringers will present Earnest William, actor pastor Mrs Vivian Wilson 1s n-
It will not rub off It stays on
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a varied program inclusive of District No. 2 of St Luke Bap porter.
They call me the (Root man). several months. Shampooing spirituals. Special seats will be tist will meet Sunday March Lat ,
sympathetic
TABERNACLE
But I am only a servant of God. sea bathing sun, permanent reserved for school students the home of Mr. and Mrs. BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL BAPTIST
serviceof to waving curling or straightening Mrs Jennie Sunday school begins at ':30 with Mrs Beasts Solomon
because God Is the answer Vee Crockett Is Alton Armstead 2218 College
distress all life's probelms. I am the iron-nothing takes it off You chairman. Circle, at 4 p.m. M Armstead charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Class No. 2 adults.

Courteous attendants Kind of all Day Prophet. Send can cover any gray hair no matter There is no admission charge. is leader Mrs. MjStllls U president Mrs V.O.Young Is teacher. The morning service begins at

01 duty 24 hours for my special selected Bible bow stubborn or how caused. A silver offering will be taken Rev, ".1.TroweU pas U am. Rev W.E.Young, pastor will preach All adult choirs
the senior
I BLACK STAYS BLACK. male chorus and Usher Board No. 11 will sent.
verses. To be read on SPECIAL for expenses far the grouo. lor.
to serve you DAYS. WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHINGUP Holy communion will be administered at 5 p.m. by the pu-
UP tor and the deacons. The teachers' is Wednesday
Send self-addressed stamped meeting
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Mrs James Mary Crawford M. Rogers envelope and $2.00 for Bible >ES NOT INTERFERE WITH Bethlehem Baptist at 645.: The pastor will review the lesson. All youth choir

SAMUEL C. ROGERS Baldwin verses and spiritual Message PERMANENT WAVING DEATH NOTICE rehearse at 5:30. Prayer meeting will be at 7:30. The coronation
Joseph
You will receive Bible verses CAUTION: Use u directed on Usher Board. of all districts will end Sunday,March 10. Mrs. E.Alkeas
]abet. Colors Black Dark Is chairman
:
800 West State And Madison by return mall. Brown Medium Brown. Plans AnniversaryUsher

SEND TO: Price, per box $2.98 plus Federal ST THOMAS BAPTIST
Phone 354-7879 Rev.630 Morrow Roosevelt Avenue Franklin Tax Board No. t of Bethlehem Holy Communion will be administered Sunday at 9 p.m. U

Baptist will hold the anniversary the church Rev W.C.Nealpastor.will be In charge of the rites
Our Only Establishment-No Branches Macon specialise Georgia31S01I in all case work. DIXIE PHARMACY Monday, March 4, at and trill be asslted by officers and associates The combined
8 p.m. in themain auditorium choirs and ushers will lead the procession. Sunday school
Phone areacode9127456475. 1302 Kings Rd.jax.Fla.. of the church. Miss Florence EltiEdward be gins at 930.: The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Tbs

Do You Know Shaw will introudce Mrs. Al- pastor will speat.COODSHEPHERD.

vents Allen "the'speaker. Mrs

WRITE WRHC TODAY Viola Norman Is president;Rev BAPTIST CHURCH
Earnest Williams acting pas*' The church is located at 1722 West 29thSt. Rev.Alex Garvin
WHAT TEACHERS WANT TO tor, and Mrs. Vivian Wilson pastor. Sunday School begins at 945. The covenant meeting

reporter.St.ThoMosBaptist. will begin at 11 a.m. with Deacon Joe Amous in charge of
IMPROVE FLORIDA SCHOOLS? Win $25.00 For Yoar Church prayer. BTU begins at 6 p.m. The Holy Communion service

win begin at 7 p.m. The sermons will be delivered by the pas

Senate Bill 77X (Or Its Equivalent ) Cut out the coipoi below .1" tor. The Senior Choir and the Usher Board will serve.


write .sllo. then NEW REDEEM BAPTIST
(The same salary money is includedin your ... mil Plans For fl District No. 5 will have a pew rally March 1 at 3 p.m.at

Senate Bill 77X 'and the com- | ONROE-.J mea the church. The annual men's day win be April 28.Deacoo
promise bill which was passed. Senate to radio station WRHC, P. 0. Monroe son of Mrs. Tiny Eunice Dunson Is chairman. Sunday school begins at 9.30:
Musical MondayA Thomas of 7008 Rhode Island with the superintendent In charge. The pastor Rev. LEJtor-
Bill
77X distributes overall
Box 2467 Drive E., passed away man, will review the lesson. The morning worship at 11 a.n.
finances to1 all counties fairly. Jacksonville, Flu February 23, at G:30a.m..ID with the deacons in charge of devotions. The choir and Usher
The compromise bill penalizes "Gospel Sing Out" will be James Andrew Hospital Board No. 3 will serve throughout the day with Mr!.
PHONE presented Monday, March 4, at '
counties making 'the greatest effort : 389-1111 st. Thomas Baptist Church at 8 Tuskegee Ala Mr. Monroe Jackson In charge of music District No. 2 will meet at 3 p.m.
served In the
VJS.Air
-AUCTIONS The WRHC Force at the church. The Home Mission will meet at 4.30 evening
1 such as Duval. ) : "Mall Box" will artempTto ge p.m. Various choirs and was a graduate of Matthew W.
PROFESSJJOl/ALT an ar.swer to any question you may have! on any subject such choruses will participate. Gilbert Senior worship will begin at 6 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study
2. High School-
NEGOTIATIONAGREEMENT'LAW as schools rents, taxes, city and county government and so Proceed will benefit the local Class of '57, a graduate of are 30th.on Tuesday nights at 7:30Te church is located at 1614 East

&II. Jacksonville Sing Out, an Integrated Tuskegee Institute where
he
( Teachers :want to take part in Write your questions below and mall at once. Your question organization made up was named "Who is Who" !nUENDSmP BAPTIST
policies concerning their teach- and the answer, along with your name and address will be of young people. American Study school
Colleges
.broadcast from time to time WRHC and begins at 9:30a.m.Deacon Arthur Brown will be
ing) on so please print your Universities coordinator of in charge. The morning
c&me and address. Write worship begins at U a.m. The deacons
as oftn u like
6 : you and listen-tor Club and Group Activities at will be In charge of devotional I 3 and
\ 3. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS BOARD vour answer on WRHC,1400 on your radio your total services Chin No. ,
community Tuskegee and was also Field 3 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No.2 will the day.
station through
WITH NO LAY MEJ.IBERSr' ? on the air 24 hours a day. serve
For the best Organizer for Southern Con Communion sevices win be held at 330. Mrs. Maggie Black
(Teachers want to raise the stand- question each weekjjurlng this mailing Radio Holy CoMMHHiOR
Station WRHC sumer CorporatlonDevelop- win be In charge of music. Both will be delivered by
,: will award $%5.00 to the church of sermons
ards of teaching to a true professional QUESTIONS IS: lour choice went Program Survivors the pastor. Rev Remus Smith.

(. level ) Will BeAdministered include parents, Mr. and
4. SCHOOL MAINTENANCE MONEY Mrs. Willie Thomas; father EMANUEL BAPTISTThe
n'. Jerry Monroe daughter Rosalyn teachers' held
meeting and the prayer meeting will be
Teachers want schools
( where
children Monroe 6 aunts 2 at the usual
; ; hour with the pastor and officers in charge of till
r go to J.earn to be .as fit as Holy Communion' will Dead- 'uncles. cousins other re service. On Wednesday Choir No. 3 rehearses at 7 p.m. Choir

places where most adults go to work) ministered at both servlqbs datives and friends. Funeral No. 2 will hold the regular meeting.Thursday at noon prayer
: 5. CORRECTIVE LEGISLATION TO TAKE Sunday at Allen Chapel AME will be at 3 p.m. Saturday service will be held at the church. On Friday the Senior
,
PLEASE PRINT Church. Rev J.C. Bannerman 'Day Spring Baptist Church Chiors No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. On Saturday
CARE OF SOME RETIRED MEMBERS MY NAME B; will officiate Communion for with Rev Cyrus A. Weaver Cub Scouts will meet at 10:30 sin The children's choir wfll
; UNDER OLD LAWS. WHERE SOME RELIEFIS I the sick will be administered mInlster.of1c1atlnc. assist rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. On Saturday Cub Scouts will meetat

NEEDED .MY ADDRESS Mt .. in the afternoon. Comlngevents ed by other ministers. The 9:30 with Deacon George Smith and Mrs Mamie Field i II

.' *V"' AND my question la Judged best, please send $%5.00 to th*-church.- -? include the Friends Pew Rally body can be viewed in the charge Preaching begins at 12 noon. The BTU meets at 5 p.*.
I and a recital by Fred Washington Chapel after 6 p.m., Friday. with Deacon James Phillips in worship
REINSTATEMENT pf my choice which is charge. The evening
'. \. OF EVERY TEACHER WHO church choir Burial will be made in
; soloist Sunset begins at 6:30 Choir No. 3 and the Children's Choir will sure
HAS RESIGNEDwHO. :, DESIRES REINSTATE- Memorial by Carter's Usher Board No. 3 and Usher Board No. 4 will also serve.
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MENT. (PRINT.NAME t NAME.OF l!QAL CHUBCH,} FIGHT CANCER I I.i l Davis Funeral, L.F Home.D. Sammie L. Mrs. S.L.Badger and Mrs. Marion Carter will be In charge of

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music.
MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH .
fnf Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, 1551 Lee Street, will welcome the:
".4, new minister, Rev. B.J..Lane ot Winter Park, Fla., Sunday
fU March 3. Other services will be as usual.Sunday Schoof begins
at 940 a.m., with Mrs. Willie D. Lucas, superintendent In
charge. Deacon A.W. Wilkins will review the lesson The morning
service begins at 11 a.m., following the devotions, at 1045.:
Senior Choir No.l, the Male Chorus and Senior Usher Board No.
1 will lead the processional; Musicians will be Mrs. Nora G.
Anderson, Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes, Willis E.Hughes Jr., and
Mrs. Erma L, Bryant The Lord's Supper will be observed at
on7r 345. The Communion Choir, the Male Chorus, deacons, deaconesses '
7rI'f and combined usher boards will participate.The pastor
will speak. The BTU opens at 45wlthMrs.: Nora G. Andersonin
charge Senior Usher Board No. 1 will meet In the lower
+,K .unit Monday at 7:30. The Hearldaires will meet for rehearsal
.d at 8 p.m. The weekly prayer meeting will be Tuesday at 7 p.m.
0s4 The deacon board meets at 8 p.m. The male chorus rehearses
at 8 p.m. The deacons and trustees will meet In the board
'room on Thursday at 7:30. Senior Choir Nol will rehearse at.
7:30 Friday. Scout Troop>> No.77' meets in the lower unit Saturday -'
at 10 .with Leonard E.Wilcox,scoutmaster, In charge.
The youth choir will meet for rehearsal a business meeting
at 4:30 p.m. The junior usher board. will meet at 4:30: p.m.
COLLOSIANS BAPTIST
Sunday school beglnst at 9:30: with the superintendent and
7 teachers in charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m.
The communion service will be held at 3 p.m. Choir No. 1
hftrf and Usher Board No. 1 will serve through out the day Prayer
service is held on Tuesday at7:30: .Rev.E.J.Crawford is pastor
The church is located at 1154 West 31st.
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MT. SALEM BAPTIST

"Girls of Today-Women of Tomorrow," wu the theme at womanhood by "serving In a gracious,courteous manner wnen continuance of high morals; service and cooperation with tacui- Holy Communion will administered at 3pm.with the pas
Impressive ceremonies at Raines High School, with the Ladies called upon and to continue to preserve their lives the ideals ty. Mrs. Hortense Gray Is dean. A PAULCRAWFORD.PHOTO. tor, associate ministers, and deacons in charge. The pastor
..Jiof Raines as sponsors of the Girls' Convocation. The above and phllosphy of William Raines. Objectives Include: service Rev. Rogers, will bring the message.Morngdevotlonswill be
It picture shows Raines young ladies In the demonstrating of to the school with honor when requested;rapport with the public, at 11 a.m., with Deacons Acle Wilbert and Cornelius Calhoun in
charge. The convenant meeting will be at this time. Choirs No.1
and No.3 and Usher Board Nol will
serve throughout the day.
: Westside Choirs National Leader Negro Church's Unit Baptist Head Is Choir No.3 rehearses Monday. Prayer meeting is held on Toes-
Friendly day Choir No.l rehearses Monday afternoon at 5 p.m., for the
Back Easter service. Rev W.O. Rogers, pastor; Mrs. Catherine
From
t q I. Union Has BUSY.. Music List Has 700 Pastor MembersNEW Trip Sampson HOUEY CME reporter. The church .is located at 1281 West 2nd.. .

..... The Friendly Westside Colors Union announces a series of .YORK-Appointment of the Rev. J. Mett Rollins, Jr., as To The Bahamas Sunday school opens at 9:45 with Superintendent Bertha Griffin
Important meetings and events leading up to the gala "Sing Acting Executive Director of the National Committee of Negro and teachers In charge The morning worship begins at U
'Chlor ot Chlors. Sing" to be given on March 31, at 2.30 p.m. Churchmen was announced today. Dr. R. Leander Jones.presl- am. with the pastor presldlng.Tbe evening service begins at
.. The union will meet for rehearsal Shootes, Jr., In a musical recital Announcement of Mr. Rollins' D.C., to Join Martin Luther King, dent of the Baptist Ministers 6 p.m.Holy communion will be observed.Stewardess Boards No.
March 9 at 7.30: with March 24 at 7 p.m. appointment to the post was Jr., In his April confrontationthere Brotherhood of Duval and adjacent 1 and No. 2,will be charge. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No.
Mrs. Catherine WSykes and The Male Chorus will worshipwith made by the Rev Dr. Gayraud for Jobs or Income. counties, the ,Director 2 will serve during the day. The church Is located at Tfilrd
.. Joseph p, Long in charge The the Friendly Westside S. Wilmore, Jr., Chairman of "The National Committee of of Christian Education for the and Franklin. Rev Dave McElvln Is pastor. Mrs. Eva Mat
'. District Union Mass meeting Cbiors Union at 2:30 at Royal the United Presbyterian Negro Churchmen Is working General Baptist Convention in Gilbert Is secretary.
.;, will be March 17' at 3 p.m. Tabernacle Baptist, 1320 West Church's Division on Church closely with the SCLC In this the State Florida,has returned MT. MORIAH AME
with Deacon O.B. Sharp and 21 st. and Race Mr Rollins, who Is undertaking and there Is close to the city after having attended Communion will be administered In both services, one at 11
,- Chlor and Usher Board No. 3 in Senior Chlor No. 3 of the Associate Chairman of that Division collaboration between the two the Bahamas Baptist Education a.m., the other at 8:30 p.m., Sunday. Rev J.W. Jones will be
.:.: charge. Usher Board No. I will church will worship at West has been seconded for groups In the New York area," and Missionary Conven In charge. Communion will be administered to the shut-ins and
worship with the Westside Ush- Friendship Baptist, 945 Carrie, the NCNC work and will be Dr. Wilmore said. tion In Nassau, Bahamas, Dr. the sick In the afternoon Plans are being carried forward for
;" era' Union at St.Stepben'.AME at 6 p.m. on March 3. giving full time to it until a per- "The NCNC," he added, "is R, E. Cooper president. Dr. Men's Day Sunday, March 10. The church Is located at 99 Oak
:' Church and with First Corinth Musicians and directors for REV CLYDE H. MILLER MUter JR. manent executive director Is moving ahead to organize black Jones delivered the closing Street
'.. on March 31 at 2:45: at each the gala musical will be Mrs. CHICAGO-Rev. Clyde 11. selected. Choice of a permanent churches all over the country." message for the Convention and
church. Cathrlne W. Sykes and JosephP. Jr., has been named deputy director Is expected after the The organization Incorporated presided ove r the election of
,. The Male Chorus will present Long Deacon Perry Robinson director ot Project Equality, a National Committee's Board ot under the laws of the state of officers He was presented by
: Wilbur Bellamy and Cass W. will be master of ceremonies. nationwide, Interrellgious effort Directors next meeting In Chic New York, and has a related Reverned A,Samuel Colebrook. '
!," .. to put the purchasing power ago May 4-5, Dr.Wilmore said subsidiary, the Economic Development While there he was the special PllEEAASSEE Remember ,
: of churches and synagogs behind The NCNC was organized In Corporation which Is guest of Dr. H.W.Brown the '
01
:-: the drive for equal em- Dallas, Texas last November 1, seeking funds to rotating loansto chaplain ot the Bahamas House The Deadline for .

: Friendship Church ployment opportunities and has a membership of about ghetto Institutions a n .d of the Assembly, and of Dr G. News '
Baptist Rev. Miller, 40, ordained In 700 Negro clergymen from especially to Negrobuslnesses. W. McPhee, the moderator of
the United Church of Christ, across the country. Its purposeIs As a result o his InvolvementIn the Calvary Baptist Missionary Is ,'
: Holds Twin Anniversaries was executive secretary of the to mobilize power within the civil rights during his ministry Association. Prior to his departure Tuesday Noon .
Church Federation ot Greater black churches ot all denominations In Florida, Mr. Rollinswas from Nassau, the manager News To :
Friendship Baptist Church, US No. 1 New Kings Road, will, Chicago's department of Christian for more effective confrontation called as a member of a and owner of the Grant'sown Bring
from Monday night, March 11, through Sunday March U, celebrate education. of racism within the special bl-raclal team to work Hotel honored Dr. Jones
the ,sixty-second anniversary of Its founding and the religious establishment,ana for In areas1. of racial crisis In the with a farewell brekfast.Bap- 2323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th St.

eight anniversary of Rev Remus Smith, pastor. economic, political and cultural South under the Office of Church tlst Ministers were Invited and Notices Most Be Mailed By Hon.Noon.
OnSundayRev.A.F.Cummings, will come from the Friendly W.D. Cannon Will development within the Negro and Society of the United Pre- attended this affair The special .
I West Union Baptist and Rev Baptist, Rev.E. Mobley from community. sbyterian Board of Christian Message of the occasion entitled YOUR COOPERATION IS NEEDED
S.A.Tboroas, Mt. Bethel Bap St. "Matthew AME Church and Address New Bethel The organization opened its Education. During five years ot "Why Are We Here?"was delivered
I ." list, will be present. On Mon- Rev. Dallas Graham from Mt. national office earlier this service In that post he worked by the visiting Minister SO WE CAN SERVE YOU
Ararat;All units will accompanythe Men On Anniversary month at 354 Convent Avenue In In such crisis areas as Little
ministers, as well. officers. New York City Sharing the office Rock Birmingham: Nashville,
W.D. Cannon, prominent educator until April are the Rev M. and Jackson. Ha was an active GJEO Gets Big
Each night will feature the presence and lay reader, will be L. Kirkpatrick and James Collier participant In the early sit-in '
t. of one or more pstors the keynote speaker for the annual Field Secretaries for the movement andfreedom rides, Sendoff At Grant Howell Funeral
and their churches. men's day service of New Southern Christian Leadership and later he took part In the
::: The scedule follows:Monday, Bethel AYE Church on March Conference. The two SCLC re March on Washington,the Selmato
';I Rev. J.J.Jones, Antioch Baptist 10, according to Rev E. Jones, presentaUves are organizing Montgomery March and the Memorial AME Church
and Rev C.E.Dmlth, New pastor. 200 poor people In New York Meredith Mississippi Freedom
C; Bethel Baptist; TuesdayRevJ The services at the church for a march to Washington, torch. The Greater Jacksonville Economic Home
ol. J. Jones New Hope Baptist Sunday will be highlighted by Opportunity, Inc. GJEO
,,1 1 and Rev David Johnson, Bethel the Holy Communion. Sunday was the honored guests of the
". Baptist, outbslde; Wednesday School opens at 9 a.m., with Grant Memorial AME church 5879 MoBcrief' Road
I' Rev E.RjSlmpson, Zion Hope Arthur Michel, Edmond Sneed Ant Sunday. Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck
Religiofi Race
Baptist and Rev. R.J.Crawford. and Robert Maxwell In charge. ) : Is pastor Ther service was attended
CoUosslans: Baptist Thursday, PJ. Williams will be In charge by members of the board 24 Hoar Aibiliace Service
Rev Perry Mt. Herman bap- of music. of directors and the technical
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;II' list and Rev H. Walker, St. TELLS THEM advisory barod. W. Gordon

u.I Matthew Baptist; Friday, Rev Woodbine Ga. CINCINNATMNPI-Jt took StokelyCarmlchael no less to describe Bunch, executive Director of
oat_ D.V,lngletary, First Baptist, GJtO: delivered the morning
the church and black
the between Negro
REV; REMUS SMITH Yulee, and Rev.ILT.Overstreet relationship sermon. Mrs. Zelda Anner Is Serving All Faiths]
power, one which be sees as aiding and abetting the other In the
B.H. Mi. Tabor Baptist. Church Visits director of volunteer
Rev. Hartley workers
e ,day night elevation of the Negro to his rightful place in the nation's pic
ture. According to Carmichael, "the church Is uniquely qualified
Magnolia Here to unify the Negro because has been the one free agent In CtT FAST BLESSED RELIEF! Convenient Location
Methodist Church Defines the Negro community, controlled by Negroes, and (a means to) ,
I The Gethsenuna Missionary preserve Negro culture and free expression. ITCHINGSKIN

>.: "Block Power" At Meeting Ga.Baptist, Rev Church S. Gaston ot pastor Woodbine,will CRITICISM

give service at the Magnolia
't J' The Methodist Church per se has been given a definition or Baptist Church, Rev.W. W. CHICAGO-(NPI)-The seven Negro priests assigned to the SCALING
I .,>>" Black Power by the National Conference of Negro Methodists: Peoples, pastor, Sunday,March Roman Catholic Archdloces of Chicago took issue last week with SKIN
This forward move has been occasioned by the seemingly list 3. the church's "follow-the-leader" approach to the problems of Ample taking Facilities
less attitude of the church toward the movement Black Power. On Sunday, March 17, the Magnolia its Negro members, and also its disdain of the militant black IRRITATEDSKIN
:" No opposition was placed aiAgainst ;ou black brothers, not as a Baptist Church will worship power forces. Noting that the militants "whether we like it or
a policy paper of the.istigma but rather as a blessing. with the St. Peter's Baptist not, are de facto in touch with grass roots in the black commun-' 768-2054
:.': ( group, whlctf declared' that Rev. James M.: Lawson .ot Church at 3 p.m. Rev E. lay," the priests urged that the church take the lead in helping PALMER"SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT.. 765-6664 -
..1' Black Power must be recognl'n -'''Memphis chaired the meeting. 'M. Tolbert will be the host pas- Negroes achieve their legitimate aspirations Relieves Itching Scaling and
zed as a heritage and just lead ..The general conference will tor. W, Parrlsh is reporter. Irritation of Psoriasis
iJ to a sense of community develop ,a church discipline FIRST ON FACULTY C n.In air Gurgle' Lewis J. Howell L.f.D.
IIIU II
"'' Further, the Negro Methodists. Conferences based on race will IN MEYSRIAMPFC. its I AMY NI

ti said, "It means the development eliminated. CORAL GABLES, Fla. {(NPI) The distinction of being the GET HEAD.TO TOE PROTECTION Service With
>-.,and utilization ot the gifts of Understanding
first Negro to serve as visiting instructor for the Christian mm t i to" miicniM
's.,.. black men for the good of black Enrichment School the Miami District at the local First Methodist .1 ::1.3ccl'I.hI,, II hAN' ,.ow<.!. Utfl it bttutrkllK.1 (III..IIXMl. .
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;t. men and the whole nation. It is Church last week went to the Rev. Roger P. Fair, an ftf. .Ult'. MWI U.....UMI'". Dianlty And Distinction .
Is Is called for us to respondto alumnus of Clark College, Gammon seminary, and Atlanta UnIversity KlHfi't I..'ll'ilMMM' W.. _
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God's action in history which Rev. Fair teaches "The Modern Message of the Cos-
is to make and keep human life Grant Memorial {>el of Luke" to a class of more than 100.
*'. human" BOB SMITH COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
5This aggressive croup,which OPERATION ERADICA TlONDAYENPORTlowaNPIIn
>.'. established Club Annual IsSuadayAfteraoou
met in Cincinnati,,
PRIVATE SETING AT REASONABLE RATES
.%*:-a continuing national organization a pastoral letter to the faithful
*'' known as "black Methodist in the southeastern Iowa Catholic diocese Bishop Gerald
',-1 for Church Renewal." One of O" Keefe urged priests, religious and laity "to become more
its first tasks will be the initiating The Greater Memorial Club active In efforts to rid our diocese ot racism and poverty." His WEDDINGSPARTIESCHURCHFAMILY.
of conversations with will celebrate the twentieth anniversary letter urged support for local bousing laws,use the vote to elect
black members of other predo- Sunday afternoon at legislators sensitive to the problems of race and poverty; and
/.:.V-fninanHy white denominations 3:30 p.m. with the Rev FJ. the use of Catholic schools and religious education classes to PICTURES
*.U: looking toward a similar meet- Richardson speaking teach the truth "about the equality and innate dignity of all
'U<. jog on an Interdenominational Other services will be as us men."
-" basis. ual. Sunday school begins at EDWIN JONES. CLUB GROUPSRECEPTIONS"RESULTS
."Jn; Significantly, a phrase was 9:30 a.m. with A.V.Rose, superintendent. In loving memory'of Pic.. INTERIM DIRECTOR .
-V deleted, which read that their In charge along Jones who departed this life
t! position of poser wwiWI be with his staff of officers and on March 3, 1967.' Killed In,' NEW YORK-(NPI>-Pending the next meeting of the board of GUARANTEED""HONE
tyjr iiC 'rleclout'wbetheritbewtb- teachers Rev. A. J. Reddlck, action, he died In the service1ot directors of the National Committee of Negro Churchmen in
m (, in or without the' institution pastor will speak on "Spiritual his country.Let Chicago May 4-5, the group has named the Rev. J. Mets Rol-., 76B-aaOO(
./-and wheffier it be pleasing or Presence at the 10:45 service every thought, and work liDs, Jr., as acting executive director The NCNC,organized In
I also deleted reference to the desire -' ,discuss the theme: "Prelude ToYlrtory. given..Tben life shall be thy 700 clergymen from across the country, proposes to mobilize TODAY
'>>', of Negroes to be recognizt. ." Holy Communion service, Lord..And. death power with the black churches of all denominations for more
: t'ed as white by whites.The ministers will be administered throughout the gate ot heaven effective confrontation of racism within religion, and for econpolItlcalsndculturaldevelopmenwithinNegrocommua PHOTOGRAPHER
said that we must em- the cla,. All choirs will sing Mrs Geneva Jones,mother, omic, FOR ,
brace. according.to God's. plan and all usher boards witf evt. ,and family. ties. JAYVILLE; RECORDING CO,.: BOBSTSW COUP-LORIDATA;





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THE FLORIDA STAll To Be EqualBy


CTHEENFORCE- THE 'l
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M. YOUNG JR.
NEWS WHITNEY .
/ A"MENT OF' THIS ENFORtEMENT Yj THE '
BILLSHOULDON OF THE PRO'- "> OR77IERN SCHOOLS THAT CARE .
Published by the Florida Star Publishing CO yMEMBB"R THE COME UNDER TECTIONOF '!;p U8ERALoACIS Last month I'vlsited with the youngsters of Barren\ Prep

''? THE COMMERCE CIVIL RIGHTSSHOU / 'That's a college preparatory school run by the New York Jir-
ban Most of its students were dropoutsfrom ttte
R T I League. city'sschools.
,CLAUSE? BE UNDER THE ; .
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1 14L"AMENDMEN These youngsters were branded "Impossible to educate"by
.the system. The authorities said they couldn't learn; that they
NEGRO PR I NA'TION L faLC r
weren't college material;; that they were unruly
) Well, Pve spoken to many groups aroung tea country, in-
eluding several Ivy League colleges. 1'" talked with students
((1 who grew up not In urban ghettos but on fancy estates with
"servants trim the lawn and take cared the house while
ERIC O. SIMPSON -- NaMii EJitir the family vacationed In Europe. But I have never spoken to

a more intelligent group of young men than those at Harlem

HILDA WOOTEN -- Clrcilitiu Millar Prep. smart assured Their
They were bright questions were to
t the{point revealing that they had thought long and hard about
who they were, what they wanted, and where the country is toIng. -
2323 Moncrief Road Pkm Elli 4S7I2Miiliif .

They've; got pride. They know that they grew up with the
cards stacked against them, but they are determined to deala
Address new deck for themselves to go on to college and to beta

their community. ..
I arrives at the school, which Is housed in an old armory
,'.t.. in 598 hchmillt. Florida 32211 Urn e to sit in on a class in African cultural contribution to
the world. The walls were Africa. SeYeD

MIAMI OFFICE or eight youngsters were seated arotmdja> large table, listening
Intensely to the instructor
5018 N.W. 7TH AVE. PHONE 751-3879 They were studying black writers and poets and historians
They wer e tearing that African was not a continent of savages
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES useful only to play extras in Tarzan films, but that it has a
One Year, $12.00 Half Year. T.OO history of artistic, cultural and political conrfbutlons as impressive

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States as any.
When the class ended, I spoke briefly to
Subscription payable in Advance ,the whole, student body and then they asked
Send Check or Money Order to: some questions. So did t

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 1'"Why did you drop>> out of school?" I asked. 11-
Jacksonville 1. Florida 'Because nobody cared" answered one boy.
Another said: ".w the teachers taught about
other cultures, but they never mentioned my
SUCH AN ELEMENTARY GUARANTEE OF CIVIL LIBERTY!
own heritage. I lost Interest." I:I didn't have
Get Guns Bad ,any black teachers.", said another.
i- ."What about this school I asked. "Most ok your teachersare
= = l = l = !
white. Dosen't that bother ?""No" said
you they "they'reall
Advice For NegroesAn r I t right, they care about us."
YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE "Do yon plan to go to college?' Everybody said yes. "What
audience of 600 Negroes, attending a will you do when Joucraduate'l-' Answers shot back: engineer,

memorial for Malcolm X last week I I teachers social worker.
program Can you imagine a ghetto school the city system in which
in New York City, was urged to obtain I : some one asks "what will you do when you graduate from col
weapons for"self-defense" against whites I GUIDE lep?,' The students would either laugh or sit In quiet anger
and to practice using them. I IBy because they were being mocked. But at Harlem Prep.college -
is a living reality not white
JutlOmthlnCfor young
The memorial speaker was Herman B. 'Ferguson -
ters.
who was suspended last summer as t PABLO The ASTROLOGER t They knew that over 100 others bad taken part in the Urban

an assistant principal at a Queens pub- Leacu.e's program were now in college across the country,
lic school after being accused of con- and that scholarships and other assistance would be available
t tt 1o them when they graduate. And they knew that when they
to
spiracy assassinate moderate Negro
leaders.It : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS leave their places would be taken by other youngsters in the
.street academies of the Urban League (so called because they
is too bad that the memorial speaker I t tI are storefront schools which prepare droupouts to enter Harlem
and performers denounced "'the white Prep and prep schools and then go on to colHege.'

man and his bitch," described the United FOR Why are these schools succeeding while the city system is.failing
t ? The bask answer is that the teachers care; they lavish
States as 'the fourth reich" and urged I
time and attention on these young men and women which
Negro youths not to serve in the armed I they couldn't get in the public schools. They start with the
forces and not to fight their "colored I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL assumption that their students can succeed. They see no rea

brothers" in Vietnam.In son why three out of four ghettos youngsters shouldn't go oa
= = .' to college Just like they do in the more affluent subrubs.
the presentation of a play, staged by :!' .. f- r ={ The Urban league wants to expand these street vifrmlti

the controversial leroi Jones, the theme ARIES CANCER f LIBRA CAPRICORN and Pve been trying to Interest businesses in sponsoring them.

was that "all 'Niggers' referred to as BORN MUCH BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. IBM and the First National City Banta have already done I,
BORN JUNE and I hope others will Join them. I want major corporation
subservient
who
Negroes content to
are 22ND IAN. 19IH to teyal visible to the ghettos, identifying with the .
23RD OCT. 23RB communlty.
accept 'slavery' should be killed along 21IH Mill 19TH 22ND JULY 22ND they back these school it would not only be
tangible
Strengthen your grip. Be certain Tall the authority. So-called Hit back. No matter bow hard
The evidence
with white people. Keep reaching. conjunction of their concern but would
also
of Mars and Saturn in your, to have a firm grip on antagonists-should respond affirmatively the knocks of We may be, you lure of help break the strut-
complacency of the
No doubt these fiery sentiments brought solar sign can exert a powerful, yourself. It should be even to offers of friend have the singular ability of picking are falling to educate out chJlc1rea.present city school systems which
forth thunderous applause from listenerswho and constructive Influence for steadier when coping with an, ship. In cases where Ubrans'' upurself up and making a
didn't think for themselves. Anybody good. It must be used with restraint ambition that could threaten to* 'share the authority with mate fresh start. Take this as a cue
run with Once It is or other trusted counselor,they should a phase in your existence
with an ounce of knows full well and common sense by aways you.
brains some Allans who may have realized that material rewards would be well-advised to relinquish : have come to u>end happy, Letters To The Editor
that Negroes cannot solve their problemswith cause to believe that these two outweigh the glory, it will betaking their part and turn It over or c herwlss.7he test for living
and That tried dur- in the dir- to the partner. will Imbue greater fixity of
guns weapons. was planets are not as friendly as a step right unconditionally purpose SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
ing the days of slavery, and the movementmet they should be. Ambition ection. It also is a.good period The ensuing results will definitely and steel the determina-
ignominous defeat. also being activated to a high to start gathering addition be to advantage of all tion to find another route toward -
degree, but it must not be allowed al friends in the community as .parties concerned, eventually if a major objective. The
Negro leaders, regardless of the type, to possess your body and well as in alien parts. They are not BOW. The spirit of cooperation knowledge that good results can
have always been criticized Once, when soul. The reins control should .the ones who could aid you in should be extended to the be obtained only through care Martin Luther King Jr., President .

Negro leaders came under the wave of be firmly grasped and never relinquished developing long-range plans and financial department for there ful and meticulous planning
particularly insofar interests along more lucrative remain indications of ten should not be ignored First discover .Ralph Abernathy, Treasurer
criticism at the time when
Paul Robesonwas as Joint economic Interest are lines than heretofore. And if dencies on your part to be extravagant. what is lacking within
a target, the late P. B. Young of the concerned. Friends and as- in need of additional schooling Some may even be and without, and apply yourself Andrew J. Young, Executive Director
Norfolk JOURNAL AND GUIDE said, 'There is oicates seem to be well disposed or training, see to the matter sompulsive rlsktakers, augmenting to the task of making up for Jt
no technique which has not been tried by to be hepfu1lhould there without further delay. This the already existing In a large way If finances figure -
be cause to approachthem for world is moving faster and taster possibilities of upsets and as one of the principal problems -
leaders Dear Sirs
i Negro except perhaps physical any reason whatsoever. Encourage and if sup to each ad every monetary setbacks. Be it stands to reason that :
violence. And to resort to this would be loved ones to come to one to keep up with it. especially mindful of these dangers they come first when it comes to

absolutely futile." you with confidences. The response 3 60 44 19- 56-Z32 during the coming quarter finding a solution.Get the prlorWel1llperspecUnandthJDp On behalf of the Southern Christian Lead

Malcolm X was an inspirational Negro may.surprise you. and stick to the usual routine. ership Conference and the ministers of

j leader in his own right, but we hardly 7 90 66 19 IS2 LEO 6-30-77-14-59-678 will 9 go 80 better.- -17-58-458<< Operation Breadbasket, I would like to ex

think he would have endorsed.a revolution BORN JULY SCORPIO press my heartiest thanks and appreciation

I against white people by menas of guns TAURUS SAGITTARISBORN to you for'-resolving to support Op

i. and weapons.' BORN APRIL 22nd IAN. 19ti BORN OCT. NOY. eration Breadbasket.

\ We hole that no Negro youth will be so It draw near. The time fora 24TH NOV. 22ND I extend my personal thanks to you for

foolish'as to refuse to serve his countryin 20TH MAY 20TH reappraisal of religious You have it. If there lea big 23RD DEC. 21ST. your contribution to us as a people down
the armed forces This is one area in 'Do something; Ifs so easy to views, a change of outlook, or a Job to be done, Scorpios can Breeding tells. Youngsters through the years. The white American
reunion of kindred souls
fall into a negative fram of appears tackle If there who have had the benefit being
it. are great responsibilities
which most Negroes have served with dis- mind; and so difficult to snap out to be at hand There tp be shouldered, guided by a firm haDe!,backed by press considered us less than human, thus

tinction and valor, and therefore, they of it. Whether the problem is should be no hesitancy on your who dies but you is the one to fairness and sound principles, few things that affected black people were
have always demonstrated patriotism. spiritual or physical, the only part about initiating the moves accept them The conjunction generally prove to be the ones considered newsworthy to it. You have always -
way to lick it is to take positive that will turn dreams or plans between Mars and Saturn is who become our most substantial known that
steps in the proper direction. into realities. For'some of you citizens. Saglttarlans who we were somebody.
of constructiveness at
symbolic
A Message From 51 Resigned Seek professional advice enjoying security may mean In its task of building economic viabil-
according work, in the highest sense of are now in a position to try out
to individual needs,and moving away somewhere else the word. But if this great energy his theory for themselves are ity in the black community, Operation
Teachers From Matthew W. follow it regardless of the personal and abandoning the present happens to be utilized for being backed by a MarsconjunctSaturn Breadbasket sees black newspapers as ab-
homestead. The hand of fate
sacrifices entailed. Relations aspect symbolic of
negative it can also solutely
could be pointing. It would be purposes essential, for the most basic
between
youandfriends, constructive and level-headed
Gilbert SchoolWe backfire and bring trouble to
High or loved ones, could reach the easier to follow the direction those. who set it in motion It thinking. Apply this power for element in our reconstruction is com

the 51 resigned teachers from Matthew W. Gilbert High breaking point when the emotions -' willingly than to wait for circumstances would also be a good time to good in your own We and eradicate munication. Our joys, sorrows, accom
School, wish, publicly, to make this position statement In an effort are premitted to run rampant to pry you out of arut. correct physical shortcomings handicapping traits and plishments and problems must be disseminated.
Your mate other clos
to clear a misinterpretation of the meaning of our resignations. ally seems to be or well qualified. but only on the recommendation beliefs without.mercy. 'Our story must continue to be
1.70.99.16.81.908GEMINI to offer constructive advice in of a qualified specialist. Now is 5 60 55 18 63 -116 told ."
We did not resign our positions because of salaries, an act of the moment for many Scorpiosto
which we have been falsely accused.We did submit our resigna this connection. check on .talents, whether PISCES As an organisation. Operation Breadbasketis
lions, however, in an effort to Insure,by law, adequate financing 4 70 55 18 43 289 awakened or latent, and to decide developing a national economic pro-

of the following: safe and secure working conditions and BORN MAY whether they can be used BORN FEB.DTI gram encourporating the type of strategy
facilities: proper and sufficient teaching materials,aides to take VIRGO more effectively Ins gainful oc- and strength that
care of non-instructional tasks to free us to teach, adequate 21ST JUNE 21ST.Put uipaUou40i. MAR 20TN will enable us to assist
maintenance and improved custodial care. This list could be in your two cents. Although BORN AUG. ; 55 .17-26-456 Find out. Suffering In silence .your companies individually,. and the black

continued endlessly. We have made every conceivable attempt it happens to the best of may sound noble in the novels newspaper industry as an institution. For
to make,our needs known and eradicated but 23RD SEPT. Z2ND but it seldom if has contributed this ask
to no avail. There us to be rebuffed now and then, ever, we no thanks or special recognition.
! fore, we welcome wholeheartedly this statewide attempt to appeal there are other moments when Listen for a click U will hot AQUARIUS a thing toward providing For this is our task. this is what
to our legislators and our who do be to ask any remedies. Talk over
governor, can something people can hang on one's every necessary anyone on we've been
BORN IAN. called
about this,U they will. word. Gemlnlans who have the the outside to decide: what to do health or occupational problems: to do.
. Since past efforts, both individual and community, to change right mixture of c1arJor and conservatism regarding investments, econ 20TH FEB. 1ITI 'with persons who are equippedto With this kind of cooperation and mutual
t our educational picture have failed, we resort to this extreme of experience and .omlc ties and security set-ups. There's Just because identify them and.authorized concern, a long and exciting future awaitsus.
I sacrifice:.our positions and our security for our families. Can the pioneering instinct, should What you have known and done a right way. to aid in finding the right solu .
the rest of the world
we offer any more? No, we are not resigning for salary in have little trouble making the right along, in a constructive tins There is strong emphas- Thanking
' creases. We want better educational opportunities for the present desired impression where it way, should finally come to the bead seems is to be slowly for losing its td '11 now on Income, outgo and tinued you again. I remain with con
students at Gilbert, as well as for future youth who will will do the most good. But don't fore with a sharp and encouraging -' no reason anyone good administrative management best wishes,
follow its example. When all is
I attend Matthew W. Gilbert High School be click Should number of finances in general
surprised if a few friends are you '
I said and done the builders
We wish to express deep appreciation for the support and understanding edgy and overly sensitive. This among the few, and very few and-, wiser heads,conservatives Adopt the most constructive
shown,us by our students, parents, and citizens! of, would be the signal to become they should be, who have been wond policies, such as are recommended
have the last Sincerely
the Eastside Community It is the sincere Interest and reaction more suaved and diplomatic remiss in this connection by renowned experts yours,
displayed by you which strengthens us at this time in our 8 70 66 15.56.556 bankers. Rev. Jesse L. Jackson,
2.50.33.15.76.101 5.80.22.13.23.111
supreme effort. I 50.- 33.15.29.683 National Director
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\ t. Nehru-Collar In A And Dress
Smart One Cape
Spring Fashion By Nanette Hold ThatHairdoI.

Streses The''' little Misses V I !,
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Good things come In little- packages.. That fact is once again Droopy, hard to"manage hair
proven by the Nannette Srping Collection for Infants and tod- can be one of the most frustrating ,
dlers. It is full of ''pretty'11ttle girl" and handsome little beauty problems. Yon )0
Vintf' looks shampoo it, set It, brush It Into
sprlngstyies for little girls lens organzas and batistes,) your favorite style, then it Immediately ,
Include th dirndl, the clncA Tfennette introduces for the # collapses. What A
waist, the coat dress the'tu- first time a Designers Collec- L dispirited hairdo needs Is Adorn
ale, the shirtwaist dress, the ion which Is a bit more avante the self styling hair spray with
ensemble, and the ever popular grade than the Nannette regular extra holding power specially
A-llne. On the whole, the collection In these groups are formulated for bard to control ,1
silhouette Is closer to the body Crib Sets, Babe and Toddler 1 hair. C;. '" I : -.
and has a shaped-tn look-which Frocks as well as Nanneklns. 1At There are all sorts of trick 1L r;, I, ;t .
nevertheless will not restrain In the Designers Collectionare you can rescue a droopy hair .r:iJJ1t a .. .. .
'active young bodies An example dresses with capes coat' do Transform lank locks into a "'' 'I ; J I I4t ; '.'.:' and dress ensembles in happy flip by first lavishly < :' \
is the A shape which per- spraying ; I" ''' : '
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than here-to-fore and is often'. pleated lace party dresses. the ends with short, choppy ,( .: r J.. ,,' J t,,: ". .\' ,. ..,
softened with pleats. there are pant suits and pant :strokes. Or, glamorize longish '" : / 'l' ;; ; ;: ,
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.light brights and the ever so suit consisting of a bolero jac- do by spraying first, then back- ,, :!- ', : ..,
Important light neutrals in white ker and dress. There's even a combing gently to make a puffy -.1, AI
'and natural. Gay floral printsare Jacket and knlcer suit. The Designer pillow. Smooth over this cushion '1tIf1i' i. :::: j L Ly ;!
Important as are stripesand Collection Is full of fun, with top hair and scoop up the
dots. All are to be foundIn and fashion a winning com hair in back Into sort loopy cur Is
mail, midi and mini sues: bination. 'An A-Ilne Jacket 4 with Nehru Hole the tail atomizer can
A great many fabrics are given All of the Nannette collectionIs collar and show-off tipper tops about seven Inches, from your
added interest with tex. was }ble. Much of it Is in this pant cult by Nannette. The head as )'ouspray.The floe mist :f'i\ .'
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stripes and satin patternson beautiful. The problem will be lid white plaid, has patch poc fragrant and completely free I, ::., : .
matte grounds In the sheers bow to make a choice when so kets which boasts show-off tippers from dullness and flakiness. .
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they bake. Sandwiched petween the steaks Is a stuffing seasoned with California white dinner t" I ,I :' .
wine. Interesting accompaniments are spiced pears and spiced apple rings on the fish platter
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Little Bit Of
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fish Aid Wilt RECIPES


Herald law Hms Food. for the/ Soul/

For tIqOU"iI Busy schedules do not allow for fo blend.'Spoon'Into a 1-quarl
a lot of time to be spent In the casserole Sprinkle with 2 tablespoons
kitchen like la the past, for so brown Iupr.COYer
Brighton sap) yov Mi wUter many Joined the working ranks. and bake at 370 degrees for
menus with a pre-sprlsf meal. Let's face it, times have changed 25 to SO minutes or until pip
that will mate Teryos feel and food and eating habits
Inc hot. Makes about 2 cups or
spring toOOed is "Just arowd MM corner have changed. Nevertheless 3 or 4 servings. General Food
If s easy to become a little Products Used Tang Instant
fish streaks are the perfect ;
nostalgic when thoughts of heavily Breakfast Drink.
L1b L1bi entree when served In twos ladened tables reeklngwlth
with u herb staffing and drenched soul food come to mind. Although -
In a saw made with Ca- most of our food come Baked Stuffed Fish Steaks, .st.
lifornia Vermouth. For a, packaged, canned or frozen today Cermouth Butter Sauce, Green
delightful. beverage accompaaiftient ,we can still prepare hearty Beans! Baked Tomatoes; plced.
; serve chilled white dinner and healthful dishes with a Pears on Spiced Apple Rings,
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/ California California Rhine Wine California 1
vine such U a bitofthatold-timesouL y
Rhine wine, Trimmer or This recipe for Sweet Potato -, Pineapple Sherbert, Macaroons (
i ''r Riesling. Casserole is an excellent (Serves 3 or 4) ,. r,
Arrange half of fish steaks example of what can be done
In a shallow baking pan Top>> to modern convenience foods bake stuffed fish steaks
with Herb Stufflag. then cover to make them taste like they've,
with secondHsatteaks.: Sprin- been made from "scratch." If 6 or' small thin salmon or
kle with salt and pepper.Brhgremalofeg anyone can remember how long other fish steaks
; 1 lngre eas to boIL It need to take to make this Herb stuffing
Spoon a little of tile hot ssxcaon mild tasty orange-flavored casserold -' Salt and pepper
fish. Bake lnahotoveaaboat this shortcut method 1/2 cup California dry Vermouth
15 to SO minutes or ail fish will certainly be appreciated. '1/2 cup vegetable brothSS .
Is done. Baste oAea wttk bit Tang Instant Breakfast Drink 3 tablespoons butter or margarine
w t of Vermouth sauce. Serve the supplies the subtle orange flavor -
yN. remaining sauce, hot will the to canned sweet potatoes 1/Z teaspoon grated lInOD rind
y fish. If athlcker sauce is preferred so there's no need even to PS. ar C.N.1/M/ C..
thicken wttt half of fish steaks in
slightly a squeeze or grate oranges. Just Arrange '
little cornrtarch mixed with coM measure from the Jar. This ia a shallow baking pan. Top>> Good old soul food la getting to be aa popular nowadays
aa pizza pie. Originating In the South, of the tasty
water with Herb Stuffing, then cover many
delicious side dish of mashed '.
out food dishes are made with evaporated milk. The
sweed potatoes flavored with with second fish.Sprinkle with recipe featured here for Hominy Grlta Souffle calls for
Tang and brown sugar certainly salt and pepper. Bring remaining eggs, seasonings and a large can of Carnation evaporatedmilk.
has a "little bit of soul" ingredients to a bolLSpooo The same evaporated milk can be used In most of
that you'll be happy to a little of the hot sauce on fish. your cooking--main dishes, soups salads, desserts. It
recap- makes meat loaves Juicier and soups and sauces cr.aml.r.And .
Bake In a hot about 25
Note If fish steaks :arc large, tore, and proud to save to oven It whips Just like cream for use In whipped salads or
: to 30 minutes or until fish Is
family and friends. chiffon desserts.
prepare u directs above bid done. Baste often with half of
J::,, cut number of streaks used. Sweet Potato Casserole HOMINY ORITS SOUFFLE
the
: / Vermouth sauce. Serve the (Makes 6 lo I ",,'Inl"
Cut large steaks tabalfwbenserving. 1 can sweet potatoesmashedabout remaining sauce, hot with the
W cup hominy gtita U cup softened butter
Vermouth 'duct'aDd t
cups fish. If a thicker Is
k sauce preferred 1 taaapoon lilt 4 {;eta separated (at
stuffing amounts uenmcleat 1/J cup water thicken: slightly with a IVi cups water room temperature)
to serve S or 4. I tablespoons brown sugar little cornstarch mixed with 1% cups large can)
6 or I small, thin salmon or a tablespoons buttermelted cold water. undiluted velvetlted
other Dab steaks I teaspoons orange-flavored Use vegetable flavored bouillon evaporated milk
The young lady Is preparing to serve a most deUeloul-rt of the evening menu.Sweet Potato Herb staffing Instant breakfast drink cones or canned vegetable Mix together grits and salt In top of double boiler. Gradually
Casserole. This "little bit of soul" goes along with Tang Instant Breakfast Drink with u Salt and pepper I teaspoon satttablespoons Juice cocktail, chicken broth stir In water,, then evaporated milk. Cook coveredover Remove
boiling minutes.
water
stirring occasionally
orange flavor. A choice of meat, possibly baked bam or rout beef, with a side or so, completes 1/2 cup Calif oral*dry Vermouth I brown sugar may also be used, If desired. from heat; blend In butter until melted. Slightly beat
u evening of pleuure dining. Courtesy of Tang Instant Breakfast Drink. I/I cup vegetable broth" If fish steaks are largejn-e- egg yolks; gradually etlr grit mixture Into egg yolk.. Cool
I tablespoons butter or margarine Combine mashed sweet potatoes pare U directed above but cut to lukewarm. Deal egg whiles until stiff but not dry. Fold
,water {tablespoons of the Into cooled mixture. Gently turn Into ungreaaed 3ft quart
number of steaks used. Cut
: souffle dlah. Bake In ISO (moderate) oven 45 minute or
: Recipe 1/X teaspoon grated lemon rind. brown sugar the buter. Instant large steaksln half when ser until knife Inserted In center comes out clean. Serve hotwith .
breakfast drink, and salt; stir .ving. melted butler, \If desired.t' .
MUSTARD BUNS ... .
smooth about 30 times Roll Spread cut surface with pea
1 package active dry yeart dough Into oblong 12x6 Inches.
M cap warn water Cut Into Itt Inch strips Place nut butter. Wrap In a strip of Risks Fire Loeere "YOUR DOllAR.
bacon secured with a wooden
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bacon I* done a* desired turning a IUYS MORE
tablespoon prepared buns. Cover Let riM In VMM cawed by fire In the
Serve bested buttered
once on
mutant warm place (ISO) about I United Sum roes' from $161
Batter hour II U Ural U even ml*to.tea 400,. Bake until bun. million In 1900 to $13 billionIn 1 1 / AT YOUR BANNER
Duuolve yeait In warm water browned Bruah with butter. 1964 the Insurance Information
Mix In Blaqulck.and mustard Serve with hot dogs Makes Inititute report The 1966 FOOD
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woks and publication have been "
brought to our attention for re- 1 \:
riew. It has been our policy to "

elect current publications relating -
In an Interesting and Informative "

way to the Negro as
a people, and to the success or

j '!' failure of their struggle for,
+0 1 1j freedom and equality In Am

j erica. There are sometimes
publications which do not necessarily
was axons ; ., rr present news, or Information
(;)tip-QKYlll t d but which are none
the less Interesting and'lnfor-
\ maUve. Below Is review of one

) 4 (rWNld lrb pJ'lIwqV such publication.)
llr.Jurllall!
'Upiuprlwlrr1r "NEGROES IN MISSOURI

Compiled by REX. R. CAMPBELL -
and PETER C.ROBERT-
,r SON; Publlshe d by MISSOURI I'i

COMMISSION ON HUMAN j i
:RIGHTS. (Copies available by ;
J1 writing the commission at 314 'tr 1 1't

/etv .r E. Jefferson City Mo.)
High
,
Dr. Joe HalL former Dade County Superintendent of Schools, and Miami City Commissioner The pamphlet is not an attempt
Atjalle Range have been designated the "Radio Man and Woman of the Year" by station WIOD
The selections>ere based on "the'one man and the one'woman who have done the most for by a state agency to pretendthat +

out community during the last year," according tocltatlons on the scrolls present themand, things are great for non- .r
mark the first time WIOD has ever made such choices. Left to right, Dr. Hall, Mrs. Range, whites by writing about cele ?
It Is rather honest
and WIOD General Manager James W. Wesley, Jr. brities. an
and _factual, "telling It like
it II."
The Missouri Commission on

Human RIgmts has the responsibility -
under state law to encourage '

equal opportunities for

Johnnie Ann's Beach all citizens of Missouri, regardless *

of race, creed color,

religion, sex, national origin,' Joe Tex record from Atlantic Record Buddy Klllen
accepts a gold Company's right owner-producer of Dial,smiles appronng-
Shopping Center ShortsMIAMI or ancestry. In a study entiled vice president, Jerry Wexler, in recognition of his Dial hit ly. The presentation was made In Nassau, at the Atlantic con-
"Human Rights In Missouri; tune, "Skinny Legs and All" "Skinny" walked Into a million ventlon.
1960," the Commission founda
BEACH, FLA.- Dr. general pattern of discrimination
Jacques Plccard famed undersea against Missouri Negroes
March In Miami Will Feature
explorer,. will ger a free In such areas u employment, -
ride out of Florida the hard way public accommodations and ( The ; iPShhdsrslB ;
2994 N.W. 46th St. this year. With five companions housing. Big Horse Races And Betting
from 300 This Is the result
PIcard plans to drift pamphlet DORIS BROWN
to 2,000 feet dowm in the Gulf of studies and research which L NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL .J
Stream in a 48-foot submarine will tend to promote good will I l i = <=- MIAMI BEACH Fla-There's no doubt March will come in
Groceries.Meats-eget.bles all the way to Nova Scotia.Th. and mlnlmlu or eliminate discrimination like a lion at Miami Beach and >{o out the same way so far u

purpose is to study underwater In employment and horse racing fans are concerned.Both _
Are black people in danger of being wiped out-.nr one of "
other areas. Primarily usia.tlsUcal Florida for run! entertainment
sounds and observe fish life. them? precursors nightclub ,
.
report of population Some people who think so,believe that the Negro' community Is the Triple Crown come March concerts, ,theater, sunshine,
in the and their, '' and '-*
changes state -the Flamingo at Hlaleab March' flsh'jig swimming
destined for "genocide. They see this coming in two wayslWhite I
BEU I WINE TO 60 effects it does the The
point Includes
up officials' stockpiling of arms in preparation for the 2 and the Florida Derby at Gulf- new Grapefruit
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.Two distress of persons, familiesand much-predicted "long hot summer." stream March 30. Both these League baseball, the $100,000
South communities resultlngfrom'racial classics for three-year-olds Doral Open March ".10 and
species of snails from -Th. use of public schools to so "culturally deprive"
free Delivery rim &34.115&j America, both with voracious discrimination. black people that they will perish spiritually. carry purses of $100,000 and Holiday on Ice March 11-17.
promise of "Negroes in Missouri" was are two of the richest stakes in Baseball spring training will
j appeties give some In answer to the first apprehension, it should be noted that
prepared by Rex R. Campbell the find the Baltimore Orioles
helpful four-month thoroughbredseadon a
being in clearing excess far more Negroes than' whites die in most race riots. And
growth from Florida's lakes Department of Rural Sociology, thus, if summer outbreaks are coming, scores of black people here. 15-game schedule in Miami stadium
University ci Missouri, and Hlaleah closes of its better against major
and canals. Similar experiments can be expected to lose their lives. one league opponents
The Grind Opening 01 with manatees wore-disappointing Peter C. Robertson, executive But this hardly qualifies u "genocide"-the extermination winters of Flamingo day and starting March 10 and
Announcing However, Miami director, Missouri Commission .a whole of people. Gulfstream opens March 4 with concluding April 3.
Beach visitors usually fish on Human Rights They and The second group apprehension Is even more unfounded. However, $470,000 in stakes events that Golf week opens with an It-
.JJalt ocean and bay waters and soars the state of Missouri into be bad educational provisions for black people might be now, they will continue through April 23. hole qualifying round for players
ffunt
unaffected by overgrowth in In. congratulated fOr their honest, 100 when March also brings, like the on the PGA nonexemptlist
were even worse 25, SO, or years ago they were
Wigs Wiglets & WIG .ASHIONS land areas. frank revelation of these facts virtually non-existent. bride, something old and something with Tuesday reserved for
and statistics. new for the practice rounds.
vacationer.
U educational facilities are poor in low-income areas, the
In 1967, a book based on case The old Is a continuation__ __ __ of_ la._
is to be official indifference to black n
culprit likely a plot put
Switches \No Money Florida School studies of Negro apprenticeship people down culturally. .
unions result ad: In some
in trade first to the talk about I-HOMB OK 1.441 HOHm OK IOIII
Systems Stand direct corrective actions by And this points up my major objection
We can only "genocide" plots: It presumes that major conspiracies are "A LIVIN* S1 v'.. IOn TMC UVIM*"
)own 1.25 PerWeek federal agencies." taking place, when what is really happening is nothing
Losing Monies hope that more such publications In this vein, a problem experienced by college associate maybe RANGE FUNERAL HOME
from other state, local, illustrative. Being of Italian origin, be complained that his
TALLAHASSEE- e venteen and private agencies will be 737 N. W. I7TM AVBNUB
American classmates were not only avoiding him but were tryingto
Florida counties stand to lose forthcomlng-and that their publication M. ATMAUB RAHGII N. f'.T.UC..ftANGIl
get him kicked out of schooL
II Til W.T. SUit Increased _. ..... .
in 0
"
HEW will result
federal assistance from MANANII
Stirs His landlady, he said was threatening throw him out into the ..-..... DI,...cy.... ..
lipirtmt unless they speed upon desegregation success in the struggle. sold. The girls he wanted to meet made slurs about his back.ground IYNUA OI..TOS

s i. fUiiei' moves, according to Dr. "THE CRISIS OF THE NEGRO and his professors made fun of his accent.
li Floyd Christian, state superln- INTELLECTUAL," Written by His problem, I answered might be, not that he was the target .
Mill, flexile tendent -of schools Dr. James HAROLD CRUSE; Published by of concerted attacks, but that he was simply lonely for company I p. 'ncmcrrhs" UtHl IS
Pkiu 311.3115 Campbell considered the move WILLIAM MORROW COMPANY and resented being ignored.
as a "considerable increase in suspect: that some people who see "genocide" coming their AUTO IKSUWLE SERVICE 15% DOW"
strictness in enforcement of the "...Crisis" is a rather lengthyand way may have the same feelings. They imagine plots against 5HELL'SOTYh.J.

Civil Rights Act." Campbell is critical historical analysis them, when the real problem may be indifference;they fear the ruiuiiY PHYSICAL DAMAGE N... 7tfc AVE. 1 soul IT.

associate state superintendent.The of Negro intellectualism in Am white man's vengeance while feeling inadequate that their tir.-. I SI 11 HUNG .. _::1IIII."WUI: : _
erica. It is book which should
counties are Columbia a much official and
rantings haven't stirred up as opposition, consequent ,
691-7661 Hernando, Hardee, Highlands, be read not only for its his recognition, as they would lItA.
Jackson, Jefferson, Lake,Marion torlcal contents, but also for the
Nassau, Osceola, Palm light it sheds on the Negro's efforts -

Beach, Putnam, 'Semlnole, St., to become "a whole"Am Miami Beach Hotels Will Have Your
John's, St. Lucie, Suwanee andWashington. erican. professional beautician
Cruse knows his subject, and knows the JO
Available Rooms Soon answer. .
the people who have made and

Poitier are making' history as Negro MIAMI BEACH, FLA.Two more months remain in Miami
Sidney leaders and Intellectuals. His
Beacbes's winter season, along with the prospect of obtaining
style is individual, personal, accommodations in most hotels without difficulty in another
Avoids Tobacco probing. He makes strong state two weeks.At .
ments nroduces tacts with foot I
present the town is loaded IS an 16 Dodgers; March 17 Is peroxide needed to
notes aid Quotes to back up what
And All
Liquors he with visitors and things for visitors Reds; March 22, Yankees;

If says.s his i opinion that the Negro's to do. But traditionally, March 23, Tigers; March 24 I color unwanted hair?
HOLL YWOOa-sidnei Poitier efforts toward becoming first the Ides of March presage a Mets; March 25, White Sox.! gray
is a teetotaler and avoids the class slowing in demand for rooms March 28, Senators; March 29,
citizens is tied in a
use of tobacco. This might lead peculiar and a corresponding drop In Red Sox; March 30-21 Pirates
to the
to an obvious, but in this case way and/or leadership thinking,of guidance the rates by April, although most of April 3, Senators.On Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
false, conclusion that he has Intellectuals of the art winter's special entertainment the night clue and theater hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re
race-
religious or moral scruples ists writers actors remains. circuit, name entertainers are laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older
against the use of alcohol or,4 i and,that presently, these, efforts etc.- Gulfstream Park,for example, booked well into April, while than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging

'2iakc no iU4akc, ittkc the smoking of clgarets. Not are in a crisis of confusion and is Just launching is March 4- attractions in the Miami Beach effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
so.On uncertainty. April 24 thoroughbred meeting, auditorium include opera March halrcoloring which may change the natural hair color while
the set of Stanley Kramer's The. intellectuals have either featuring its $100,000 Gulf- 20, symphony concerts March coloring gray. '
powerful picture,"Guess Who's failed as leaders or"sold out" stream Handicap three-year 24, April 9 and May 5."Holiday Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of
icwi o[ 6wtwcnc t call. tsf Coming to Dinner,"which stars themselves and their, people so olds and up March 23 and its on Ice" opens March U for a their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
Spencer Tracy, Poitier and Katharine often that their ideologies sound $100,000 Florida Derby for week's showing. Ballet is scheduled problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi.
Hepburn he explained March March 16 and 30. permanent Loving Care' hair color lotion
like broken records. And yet it three-yeu olds, 30. without peroxide. .
his reasons for such abstenUous must be the intellectuals who, Greyhound racing continues at. Golf tacUttes in Miami Beach to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
conduct. will provide leadership that will the Miami Beach Kennel Club and the surrounding area are also find Loving Care blends tack color faded by chemical
"If Just that they aren't essential bring about real achievements. through May 3 and Jal alai at accented by the Doral Open. processing. Because of Its r-ildness, Loving Care maintains
to me. I tried drinking.I .the origins of the the Miami fronton through May Visitors may play Miami healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
tried smoking. The state of many Beach's two 18-hole municipal Whatever woman's for
factors leading to the Impassethe L a reason wanting Loving Care for her
being 'up on alcohol or'down on Negro movement has reached Just beginning is major league courses, the city's par-three, hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
and enoY clgarets is not necessarily the baseball with the Baltimore nine-hole links and on numer- Hairdressers equipped with of
"W"" service begins never as of this moment, 1967,.... are a family fine Clairol productsand
state I prefer. Being sober is a lies within the larger American Orioles opening 15-pmeexb1. our public courses on the main the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most

Three locutions to.serve you: state. Just as being high is t crisis, and that in turn, within bition schedule across Biscayne land. Numersous Miami Bead personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon
state. I elect for the sober state the international crisis of war bay March 10. Meetlng.the Os hotels make arrangements! for If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your 1

W1..1 0e-l!I.ck. feirUt because I am more control a and poverty, race and culture after the opener with the'Yan- their guests to use private club beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care?

myself, my awareness my sen and the politics of national sur Lees will be: March 12, Athletics c urse.. .CUM Inc.lasr Courttty of Clalrollnc.p
sitivities. ; March 13, Braves; March


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YMIHHJLMCI 2. \1968 STAR PAPERS mi 11\\_
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I" Social Circle Ga. Negroes Battle With Troopers In Race Row : I



!! i -M

Dismissal Of Ole White And "Rap Brown" Law FAMU Welcomes Exchanges r.(World New Digest '


Two Negro Teachers Blamed On Florida Books LBy NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I

SOCIAL CIRCLE M' G*. ;Two demonstrators were' arrested as TALLAHASSEERap Brown t- **- ****
Negroes and patrolmen clashed at the all Negro Social .bin Is the other attachedto :
Circle Training Schoolln name TOPOLO BAMFO, Mexico: - a renewal of race defiance; a statue which: proposes to
said, and the 500 families peopling this village have displayed
Trooper dragged 50 kicking crowd: and began pulling them clamp: down on trouble makers an extraordinary amount of the bit "P". Back in 1871, plans
bitting demonstrators out of the away. Two were arrested. One on campuses: of colleges: and r for a railroad over the Sierra Madre mountains, were laid,
path of school buses when they was Ann Nesbit, a white teacher : universities In Florida. : but it wasn't until 1962, that the 500 mile line from Presidio,
prostrated themselves to pro- fired because she refused to This anti-roll bill had been Texas to this village was completed. Now the villagers are
test what they called: "deplor return to offered by Senator Home of M for work to of
class when ordered on Ni waiting "patiently" begin on the development
able conditions": at the school: January 23 by Superintendent Tallahassee and has gone : its harbor area, considered one of the world's greatest natural
Governor Lester Maddox announced G.W. Wilson. through the senate, although an iJ !harbor sUes.EXCHANGE.
: after a meeting In Atlanta The other arrested objection: as to Its constitutionality
was a Juvenile
with States'Attorney Gen Negro girl has been raised. PLANS
eral Arthur Bolton and State Both 3
were charged with assault
School Superintendent Jack: Nix and battery. Negro Woman TOKYO-(NPO-While South African schools have turnedthumbs
that additional patrolmen would State Patrol Chief Cot R. H. down on a program of student exchange: with the United
be on "had to "maintain law and. Burson said one trooper was States, Japan Is eagerly looking forward to Its program to
order. struck and another bitten during Named Illinois send Japanese students to New York in July for a six month tout
'tier"We are not going to stand fot the encounter.: of social work In Harlem. Next )year 10 UJS. students will be
patrolmen to be attacked Major Porter Weaver went to brought to Japan to do similar work. '
Poet
.and Laureate
beaten, Maddox said."We the area 50 miles east of Atlanta J LkL *
will use"whatever force: Is necessary Wednesday to consult with CHICAGO--Pulitzer Price, FREEDOM IN SIGHT? :r
local officials: and oversee pa- winning poet-author Gwendolyn II ii .'
About 18 troopers were on tro activities: personally. Brooks has been named Poet FAMU Dr. and Mrs. George W. Gore Jr. of Florida AtM University flank exchange: students MADRID-(NPO-Spanlsh Guinea-consisting of Rio Munlaq)
hand when demonstrators appeared Leaders of the Southern Christian Laureate for the State of Illinois from FAMU and Smith College, Northampton, Mass. Students will spend a week on the Fernando Poln West Africa: -may be making It toward indepenj-
at the school and lay Leadersh1pCootereoce.: .s- succeeding: : the late Carl Sand. respective campuses living In the domitories and going through the regular activities: as ordinary dence: within the near future as a result of action by the Spanlsji
down In the street as school hinting the local Negro group, students do from day to day. Students at the reception: at Sunshine Manor are kneeling: government At a recent cabinet: meeting It was decided: th$
buses turned Into Fair Play planned a meeting to outline fur The appointment by Governor Kristen Monroe (left), Leela Wood and Darlene Brown, all from Smith. FAMU students are scheduled local elections: In the Spanish possession would tj)
Avenue. ther demonstrations.It Otto Kerner is the latest in along Corolene Jones, Philadelphia, Pa. Ruby Bradley, Jacksonville Helen Johnson and Marsha suspended to allow further constitutional: conferences: on Inj
Troopers walked Into the was dismissal of Miss Nes- list of awards bestowed Nlms, both of Tallahassee. dependence: for the 260,000-populated area. t

bit, 23, and two Negro teachers upon the 50-year-old writer.In I..
Selma MinisterEnters '00 January 23 which set off a 1945, she was named one of
series of demonstrations at the the 10 Women of the Year;
school, resumed alter a five- the following year she was cited:
City day truce. by the American: Academy of
Tear gas was used at one Arts and Letters, and in 1946

Council Campaign point when Negroes dropped to and 1947 she received: two Guggenheim CONDENSED STATEMENTOF
the pavement in front of school Fellowship for creative

buses. Later the protesting writing. CONDITIONA
group agreed to call: oft demonstrations Miss Brooks, in 1950, became:
r' 1 to give the Walton the first Negro woman to receive
County School Board time the coveted: Pulitzer Price
to consider Negro demands for for her "Annie Allen," ballad ASSETSCompany
reinstatement of the teachers: of Chicago: Negro life.

and the resignation of the BONDS U. S. Government .......... .., ..................................... I 1697196.69
school's principal, C.C. Carr. Young Motioned t State, County & Municipal ................. ........ .,......... 10995036.99
The school board refused to reporthorn Public Utility ..... ..... ... .................................. ......... 21056627.40
accept:: the coollng-off: terms Industrial .. .... ..... ... 59.469.135.01
made Mist Nesblf dismissal, For Secretariat Railroad ..... : ... ................................. ......... 6806760.72

official: refused to tire Carr I STOCKS

and postponed action on the two the Public Utility Preferred .. ............................... 2554496.94
Negroe teachers: Allle Bell In LBJ's Cabinet Public Utility Common .............................. '.. .. 1512588.00
Norris Bind. Trutti end Insurance CompaniesPreferred -
and Lillian Hill. WASHINGTON, D.Cum ..... .. .. .............,.......... .. ...... .". 101078.10
The teachers
were suspendedby Banks, Trusts and Insurance Companies
Dr. Wilson because: they refused ors, in this city of rumors. Common ...... ....... .... ........ ........ 593540.00
to leave a group of par- not substantiated, therefore, I Industrial Preferred .... ,....... ........... 389118.49
'cots who wanted to discuss point to changes in faces and Industrial Common ... ...........,........ ..... 3952081.44
: positions. 1.O Railroad Preferred ,.. ....... .. .., .. ... ..... 211.848.50
school: conditions with the superintendent
ANDERSON Urban League Executive: Sec: 'E Savings and Loan Association Shares .. 70000.00
L' Investment in Herald Lift Insurance Company 3896864.12
retary Whitney M. Young, Jr., ... .. .
SELMA Ala.-ev. L.L. Anderson The board decided: to postpone First Mortgage Loans on Rill Estate 71286950.36
minister Is ,, action on the two Negro may become a second: Negro Rill Estate ..... ... ...' ....... .." 8827083.42
r mnlngfor member of the cabinet: following Cash and Bank Deposits .............. 3740574.05
mayor of Selma. teachers pending outcome: of a Weaver. He has been mentioned Premiums Due and Uncollected .. ... .... .. 3.754.293.49
Six other Negroes are seeking hearing before UJS. District Investment Income: Due and Accrued ..... .. 1.865.958.75
City Council: posts. Judge W.A. Bootle on a Negro for the HEW post held by Loans to Policyholders .. ... ....... ....' .... .. .. 1.585.212.25
request for an Injunction against John Gardner. Collateral Loans ..... ... ................. .................... .. .. ..,.... 1580000.00
Negro Officer In the teachers' dismissal. Robert C. Weaver, secretaryd : Other Asset .. ...............,....... .. ................... ........ 443.033.01

Negroes are protesting lunchroom HUD, wants to leave,rumors TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS .............. ... .... $ 206385477.73
conditions, overcrowdedbuses : .'1. r .
New Jersey NamedTo .' -
use of upper grade students 100,000 1 New VotersIn f f r
to fill temporary teacher ... '
Command Post vacancies: : in lower grades LIABILITIES
and what they is a "euuSJstem" NC SoughtBy
say ...... ... .. ..
N. J.-Capt. Edward Reserve for Life Policies: and Contracts $ 146.584,356.79
NEWARK of education: in Walton
'. Reserve for Accident. and Health Contracts :: :. .. 2,136,13805Supplementary : :
D. Williams, Newark's County. NAACP WorkersThe Contract Claims Payable .. ... .... .. .. 142877.06
highest ranking Negro police: Willie Bolden a field leader '. Poiicy and Contract Claims Payable ...... ... .... ,.. 3494267.47
man, has been assigned to corn-: for the Southern Christian NAACP hopes to Increase. : Premiums Received In Advance .. ...... .. .. 1037659.00
man a precinct. In the predominantly Leadership Conference, s a I d Negro votft registration by two .. Commissions Due and Accrued .. 778670.98
: : : : : : :
in this election: General Expenses Due and Accrued 541,020.36Taies
Central million people
Ward hold oft
Negro Negroes agreed to on
Licenses and Fees Due and Accrued ..... 3782874.01
where last summer's rioting further demonstrations while year. Amounts Withheld as Agent or Trustee .. ....... ... 239965.83
erupted. awaiting court: action: scheduled The goal in North Carolina is Unearned Investment Income .... .............. 3570.30
Mayor Hugh J. Addonlxlo announced tomorrow. an additional 100.000 to 125,000 Notes and Interest Payable .. .............. ..,... 8549222.23

: be is assigning Wil. The suit seeks reinstatementof voters. about Other Security Liabilities Valuation I .Reserve. ... ..:. :: ::.::..:::::::.:::':::::::... ....... 580668.21 30910.81: :
hams to command: the Fourth three teachers fired during There are now 281,000
out of a .. ........... ....
Precinct: replacing: Captain the controversy and an end to registered Negroes, TOTAL RESERVES AND LIABILITIES ( 168202201.10
white officer: is dual total lton-white population of Stock ... .... 4867937.00
Charles who a city: Zitza spokesman, a said will, what school Negroes system. say a 552,000, who are of voting age. Capital Paid In Surplus I "'::'::::::::':::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::: .::::'::' 5.782.500.00: :
'
be "placed: in a top command: SURPLUS S

pea pp." Clay Is For Group Contingency Reserve .................... .. 1.080.356.02Unassigntd
The change: of command: is Cassius .. ................................................... .. 26.452.483.61

Addonlto's latest step toward TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .. ..... .. $ 38183276.63
supplementing the recommendations Separatism Minus Uprisings TOTAL RESERVES. LIABILITIES. CAPITAL

of Governor Richard J. AND SURPLUS ........................... ...... .. .. .. .. $ 206385477.73
Hughes' blue ribbon commission Muhammad All- or Ex-Boxer Cassius Clay, is preaching separatism HIGHUGHTS OF 1967
on civil disorders, which: of the races: but is avoiding violence in the streets .

accused police and National u a means toward accomplishing: separatism. Life Insurance in Force .. .. .. 1592109990.00
Guardsmen of using "un Admitted Assets '..... ... ...........'" ....... ...... 206385477.73
world heavyweight DIRECTORS
The deposed until
Is still world champion p.ci; to
More than 32 Million Policyholdersand
justified and excessive force"to : champion compared: the someone defeats Muhammad Beneficiaries .. .. ... .. ......... ...... .. .... ... 32229148.72
deal with the July 12-17 black militants who riot in the AlL Reserve for Protection of Policyholders .. ..... ... ... 149.020.494.84 Jacob F. Bryan III, ChairmanWilford
riots. ghettoes to a bull running head AU said be was glad "these C. Lyon Sr. Cecil B. Carroll
long into a locomotive. boys are fighting it out to see James H. Stanley Q. M. Baldwin
Flint Michigan Ha said the black man is not. who's good enough to fight me." G. Howard Bryan Burton C. Bryan
equipped to fight the white man
He predicted that James Ellis Charles A. Snead William A. Howard
and that "Allah fights our Us mould emerge as the victor J. Alex Howard Lucy B. Gooding
Passes First In battles." among those who seek to succeed R. M. Lyon Virginia Y. Hcndry

All, speaklngaCaliforniaState All "because: he was my .k ,
College at Los Angeles, opened sparring partner for seven
Housing StatutesFLINT himself to questions from the years. He'll win because of what ur'
1,500 students assembled in an rubbed off from met"Taxation
M3CH.-Fllnt voters outdoor stadium.
approved by a 43-vote margin The onlywayco-eristencewlth: : Suit
what Is believed to be the first the white man is possible, he THE
open housing ordinance in the explained, is to seprate the

United States to stand. referendum races completely. On Powell's'Seat INDEPENDENT" LIFE
balloting. The boxer,who describes: himself
Negro Mayor Floyd UcCree as a minister of the Islam -
had strongly pushed passing of Religion said America Thrown AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANYHOME
the measure. The tally showed must give the black: man dignity

20,172 for the statute 20,129 and pride. OFFICE: 233 W. DUVAL STREET/JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
againstliter "Black: is beautiful," All de- Out Of CourtNEW FOUNDED IN 1920
mistake in tabulation clared."The: Muslimshavebeen
showed that the bill did not preaching that for 38years.The YORK-f ederal Court
of 54 votes. les threw out a suit seeking to
pass by a margin Negro is Just learning
restrain President Johnson and
Flint Journal newsman dls son."
covered the error. "The Negro now has an African the House of Representatives
It was assumed that opponents haircut: and African clothes: from levying taxes on Harlem
: residents unless Adam Clay Jacob F. Bryan III President and Chairman of the Board

would ask a recOunt. McCree and a white girl on his arm," ton Powell is seated in Con Wilfoid; C. Lyon. Sr. .. .... First Vice President Robert; A. Mills ..,... .. .. ...... .Vice President Robert H. Ivey ......... ..... Ass't. Vice President
confessed: be expected: the mea he commented.What: James H. Stanley ....... Second Vice President Peter A. Massaniso .. .. ..Vice President Jack W. Rice ............... ...Ass't. Vice President
sure to lose three to one. Toe. the black: man is doing Several G. Howard Bryan ... ..... Third Vice President George M. Baldwin .... .. Vice President Etheridge Jordan ....... .Ass't. Vice President
recount would probably concern: : said All, is moving toward one of Harlem's residents Charles A. Snead ... .. Secretary-Treasurer Thad.P. McEntyre ... Ass't. Vice President Gerald C. Hand ......... ... Ass't. Vice President
only the absentee ballots. Machines .culture: and stillclingingtoano: brought the suit more than a J. Alex Howard -Vice President! J. E. Harrison Ass't.: Vice President! Nell C. Vlasselaer .Ass't. Secretary Treasurer
the others. year ago, claiming: they were Richard M. Lyon .. Vice President J. E. Crouch Ass't. Vice President Robert D. Wslliams..Ass't. Secretary Treasurer
tallied ther. being taxed without representa Cecil B. Carroll ... President John M. Ingalls .Ass't. Vice: President: Arthur P. Sterritt......Ass't.: Secretary Treasurer
with irIlX
Last August MCreethreates Of his refusal to serve and ) ; of Agencies Richard Brooke Jr. Ass't. Vice President Treasurer
ed to resign after the city commission the armed forces, All said no tion. They sought preliminaryInjunction Burton C. Bryan .... .......Vice President Dana H. Estenson -. ..Ass't. Vice President Carroll Robert L.M.Cox Vestal.........Ass't.Ass't. Secretary Secretery Treasurer
rejected an open housing Black: Muslim fights in a war : pending a decision: by and General Counsel James B. Windham .,Ass't. Viet President 't. Secretary-Treasurer
Federal panel.U. William A. Howard... ..Vice PresidentJames Wilford C. Lyon. Jr.. .Ass't. Vice President George F. C.r well..Ass.
the mayor
ordinance, urged by or kills people. a three-Judge .. .. ...... Jack W. Hatfield....Ass't Secreta -Treasurer
.... .. .. ..... J. H. Ass't. Vice President
after last year's racial All said he Isaetutlncother.to S. District Judge Irvin.Ben C H.Craig Pate ....Vice President.Vice and PresidentThomas Actuary R. Wendell Bailey Sheppard" Ass't. Vice President Earl M. Barker ........._...................Comptroller
trouble. He remained,however. Join his CAUSe: He is merely Cooper dismissed the suit at the James E. Reeder ......... .. .... ...vice President Boyd E. Lyon.. .. .. Ass't. Vice President John J. Sittig ...................Ass't. Comptroller
The measure passed by a 5-4 defending his religious beliefs. request of the Government on Robert H. Abbott ................. ..Vice President John E. Finley .. .. .. .Ass't. Vice President Wilbur C. Sumner, M. D. .......Medical Director
vote in October. Canvasserswill "I am not protesting ties draft grounds that the plaintiffs had
certify: the votes. by Jumping from windows, or failed to state a cause of action.
leaving the country, or burning Government attorneys pointed TOTAL LIFE of Life with Independent Life
ARMYRESERVE effigies of the President.not out the Internal Revenue code ...a way
i runnln' or hidin' I'm standingup specifically: prohibits action -
= for my religion," All said to restrain the assessmentor
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Southern's Hawkish Wilson Sparks Jaguars To Victory 110-82 I




Atlanta 100% Club. Ploys High Atlanta's 100 % Club Awards Controlled Opening Tip, Cut 1:



Roll li City's Civic PlansATIJUrrATheAtlantalOOClubplaysastrongrole 'k Tie, Before Capacity CrowdBATON

Nw ... nsulPpliy !'
in'the local 1'r !' ROUGE; U.-(NPI)-Never let It be said that South-

activities of the sports world here. This unique club has .,.II'P.,. !! ern Unlver!llty'. Jasper Wilson Is a dove.. He's a hawk of the
honored several for outstandingwork.Several days ago ..
persons ... 11III' deI' first decree
Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Was presented a bronze plaque for his tar lid'..,, ,:>..'
leadership In the construction of the Atlanta Stadium and the W' ,, 1 111" In an assault which caused reflections prepped at McKInley High
t Itcval.ohs' t City or the Braves Base tea .,. 'I't; back to Chicago's In- school. No such attraction de-
e f and Chiefs or eI' If.r.: II Wilson went his shoot-
cootr)bfo\ to professional Soccer.Atlanta'S fates .JS. u If'. famous St. Valentine Day Massacre veloped.
sports.
.; Wilson gunned 38 points Ing way with 12 points In the
The pioneer citation honors son, Club president, Atlanta n as the Jaguars named Gramb- first half of 17 in the second,
the memory of the late A.F. Regional Office of the UjS.De- l Hog College 110-82 In a South- while Hilton didn't work too

Hernon, a suscessful Atlanta partment of Housing and Urban western Athletic Conference well from defensive swarming -

business, who, born a salve, Development, and Charles W. battle February 17. of Reid who Is of freshman -
founded the Atlanta life Insurance Green, Atlanta Life director of A private kind of championship vintage like Hiltonand the

Company the world'slar- public relations not the SWAC, was at Baton Rouge Tiger's total output
gent Negro owned stock Insurance The Club, a project of the Atlanta stake as the two Intra-state was 13 points.

company.The Dally World, Is cosponsored rivals set out In pursuit of a Oddly enough,Hilton had sub-
first 100% pioneer citation by The Coca Cola Company victory In the rubber game of par performace in his home-

was given baseball statesman Atlanta Life Insurance the previous split earlier con- town while Goree, a Grambling
Branch Rickey In 1956. Above Company and Gulf Oil Corpo- tests. !native hammered away to 21

from left are W.AjScottm son ration Each of the persons seen Grambling had defeated South points against his hometown
of the founder of the Atlanta Dally with Mayor Allen as well as ern In the Twin-City tourna vaders.

World Moss H.Kendrlx.TheMoss Atlanta Life President NorrisB. ment early In December but Five Jaguars scored In double

H. Kendrix Organization Herndon, and representatives vrr.tJ t ; Southern pulled off an early figures. Joining Wilson Goree
James Paschal Brothers Motel of the Atlanta Braves, .e surprise In conference play by and Stewart were McKaln with

Mayor Allen, Dr. A.L.Thomp- Atlanta Falcos Atlanta Chiefs opening League activity with a 12, and Reid with 10.Cramb-

Coca-Cola Gulf Oil and Delta T1 r 93.79 triumph over Grambling. llngs Rich Johnson scored 26
AIr Lines areceived copies of ? Jaguar head Coach Dick Mack points and Emanuel Cannon,another -

Pie paquet headed into the fading phase of Baton Rougeanwhodldhls

A5KETBALL the SWAC race in third place, high school scoring at Scotland-.

Accident Lostre and, on the brink of sewing up vile, high-meshed 20 points.
his sec on best year as top South
NEW YORK-The total cost
ern basketball mentor.The Jaguars -
of the nation' traffic accidents Eartha White
are 17-3 overall and ,-.
rat more than $12 billion in
In the tough SWAC.
s 966, according to the Insurance
Wilson, playing what was possibly
Teams
Information Institute Boxing
the finest game of his college -

''- career drove for difficult
Having received "The Pioneer Award" of the 100% Wrong Atlanta Dally World; Moss H. Kendrix, The Moss H. Kendrix layups against superior height

Club famed Atlanta Sports group, Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., 3rd Organization; James Baschal, co-owner of Paschall Brothers and weight, sank the long ones Get WilliamsTerry
ADMISSION from right proudly shared the recognition several Atlanta Motor Hotel, In background Dr. A.L. Thompson Club president, which count three points in the
ONE I I fJ business and sports figures by giving the community leaders Atlanta Regional Office of the United States Department of American basketball league and Williams joined the

replica copies of the beautiful bronze plaque.Others In the Housing and Urban Development, and Charles W. Green Atlanta came on with a brand new as*' Eartha M. White Community

4S HEAl. tIGHT CHAMPIONS picture are, from left, W.A.Scott, m, son of the founder of the Life Insurance director of public relations. sortment of twist Ing crips which Center boxing team last week,
Indicated that he could be Just This brings the total number

as potent as a gymnast. About of amateur boxers at the Centerto
d Bob Hayes Ernie Banks Off To Arizona the only thing Wilson didn't uncork three. '1

\1 was the dunk. And lonly Terry Is one of the best ama-
FEATURING because IPs been outlawed In teur prospects to come out of
_._. Vs Wins World
jeoUegebalL the area In a long time. He

I JOE Wilson controlled the opening stands six feet and one Inch tall

] \. FRAZIER MATHIS Sprint Title tip and be also dropped in the and weighs 132 pounds. Terryis
game's first bucket for a 2-0 fast and clever and will be
.
I. CHAMPIONSHIP
: MIDDLE WEIGH MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA- Southern lead. The score was a strong contender to r champion -

cham- tied up at 2-2 within the first honors, the Florida AAU
Former Olympic sprint
minute. Then Leonard Core boxing championships in Jacksonville -
and Dallas Cowboys split
plan
MEADOWLARK LEMON 9vs end Bob Hayes running with an broke the stalemate for the Jaguars on March 29 and 30.
with a crip. The lead belonged The event will be held In the
upset stomach In 107-degree
WASHINGTON GENERALS heat, captured three of the four to Southern for the remainder Snider Memorial Armory.
of the ball John JocaFlorlda AAU chairman
PLUS S IftllUANT ALL-STAR MIlE NNO events Saturday In the World game. -
.
ItrtertiteiiMi Annette Plucky Robert Stewart who said amateur boxers from
Professional Spring Champion
Mto MAnmiNOjvto GRIFFITH BENVENuniii played much of his game experiencing throughout the Southwest will be
10.-' likMHwi. e.lwsCLOIETROTTERS .* ships. slams to the floor Invited. Two training stations
Hayes who took the 100 meter -
which left him grimacing from are now In session, one at Du-
title at the 1964 games
Ul t tIll W ElllaPJACKSONYIU.L
In Tokoyo, captured th e 70, pain and limping on each court, nl and Florida, for the Eastside -
tests to win pilfered the ball and went all and the other at the Ear-
I 100 and 130 yard
with the way to score to up South- tha White Center tor the West-
\ he overall competition ,
COLISEUM _. lead to $.1.
;'u. ,'M. 18 points. ern's early side.
TUESDAY. MARCH 5 However he was beaten by Mel Then Wilson, Stewart, Link Tim Ford, local professional
JACKSONVILLE COUSEUM bourne soccer star Dave Irvine "p.-_ +. Rid and Gores Ignited a quick fighter and former Wilder AC
i
Prices which set Southern Into Amateus Is charge of training
Doors Open 8:00 P.M. In the 220 yard event over the Jag rally
'$2.00 $2.50 $3.00 Fights Start 9:00 pass track in Melbourne's a 13-6 lead. for the eastslde. S. Gulnyard,

Al tkktft NM. wit(.!.sI CMmi. ... PRICES 3.00 and 5.00 Moorab. football grounds. Davis ; : Most of the overflow crowd Florida AAU district chairman,
.
OtM
N.-I.J o.t Pat*..,Txlrt Ik* J.. Ott sews Nine -* who finished second to Hayes *. ; packed into University 0m had will train the boxers on the West
ArN.N.aa181VATIONI -k4ppaI..toy.. comelnanUclpatloooflicorlneduel side. All amateur boxers from
tkhvtt : racesclocked '
your In the other three ,,' i.sOl. .
AttunepeoN th. Aud.lo.iun. : TrtM 011wM between Wilson and 6 to 26 are Invited to try out
COUIIUM 1141041JIMUII _. fah I.I.halNn. a personal best 20.9 seconds .
NYIDOCSPIOMOTIC .....,.. 1l.on. 4.2041, ... Crambllng's Fred Hilton who for these teams.
isi-ttu In the 220.Hopes. ,-. ...-..' Iii: ... i,
\
'.
1't'; Florida A&M Nine Coach Sees

Ernie Banks, known throughout Chicago as"Mr.Cub,"gets ready t leave one Job and return

it-So Evans Motors at 1303 For Bout to another. Ernie, Chicago Cubs star first baseman who played a key role Inthe team's strong

Main- St., the corner of 3rd, DALLASTEX.-World welter- O'lnglast season, prepares to Join his teammates at the club's spring training camp In Ari Silver Lining Above Trouble

4s asking question do you zona. Last summer Ernie entered into a partnership In a Ford Dealership, Ernie Banks-Bob
want to buyea good use car? weight champion Curtis Cokes Nelson Ford, Inc., on Chicago's South Side. While Ernie is at camp his partner will conductthe TALLAHASSEE FLA-Severe personnel losses from the 1967
Have a little money but credit manager said Monday be Is flyIng dealership business. baseball season have put a cloud over any forecast for the 1968

problems? Ernest Redmond to Johannesburg to try to Florida AIM University nine, but Head Coach Costa Kitties

will sell you a car. Any old set up a fight with South Afri- thinks a silver lining Is lurking somewherebebind that cloud

car and a little money will can champion Willie Ludlct.Fode etJi o0a even though It may have to rain a lei&tines before he finds it.

make the down-payment. J Parade "Anytime you lose your leadIng fielded. .948.

Walk on the big lot and ask Sports hitter, an excellent shortstop Kenneth Hinnart (2-2)) and

for Ernest Redmond, or call S'$_ DttltWINE aJ1't and your two top>> pitchers Richman Young (3-1) will carry

him at 354-8381 and get the ..-;, a-P o..N.. By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL you're in trouble," says Kit most of the pitching loads with
'car you have In mind. Here tles, "but. have a strong nucleus .Alexander Davis (2-1) Jerry
/ are Just a few'or this week1P8C1als. PLAY "EM RIGHT of ball players returning
. Hamilton
=tC: r BATTLING AILMENT Frierson )%- ). and Robert -
The hardest thing about fishing and I think we have the ability (1.0) In supporting roles.
CHICAGOFormer heavyweight boxing champion Euard
68 BUICK WILDCAT..............................................$4195 is the getting most strikes.disheartening But probably U Charles last week was In Passavant Hospital battling a spi- If not the experience to have a Frank Lyons ((2-20))led the team

t dr. H.T. Blk., Vinyl Top yellow bottom, fully equip., to hook a possible trophy then nal ailment that has forced him to use a wheelchair. Charles winning season.whose teams have won In earned runs average with a.
new A/C lose the Ash before its netted who ra n through a ring fortune of more than $799,499 later Kitties .692 and could become one of.
Southern Intercollegiate
the
67 CADILlAC SEDAN DEVILIE...............................$4995 Landing Huh, say the expertsat was working for MAYOR Richard Daley's Youth Commission the top starters.
(two) 2 dX: and 4 dr. H.T., all power, new car warranty Mercury outboards, always is said to be suffering from a spinal nerve condition. Athletic Conference Championship The 1968 schedule Includes:
six times In the past seven -
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA......................................$2495 Involves some luck but, by March 15- Alabama State College -
(three) 4 dr. and 2 dr., H.T., air, ps, V8, Clean odds using can the right be shifted techniques in the STILL CHAMP years the tdam, lost In Ted hitting Taylorwholed (.366) ; March 16- Alabama State.

67 FORD GALAXIE 500..........................................$2695 fsvor. your NEW YORK- Muhammad All Is still the world heavyweight College; March 26- Depauw
batted in
hit (26)) (20.
4 and 2 dr. Il T. air cond. radio and heater ps. new "Bible" of runs University; April 10-Morehouse
dr. First the hook must be set boxing champion in view of Ring Magazine, the runs scored (22), and stolen
car warranty firmly the exact force required professional boxing. In its latest listing. The Ring rated All College; April 1%- Falrfiled
farm team of
bases (16)) to a
66 CHEVROLET IMPALA........................................$1395 depends. on the fish. For as "Champion" above a heap of contenders for his controversial Pirates. He also University; April 17-Universlty
5 to choose from! some fully equip., some are not, such instance as bass soft and mouthed pan varieties species title- and said It will continue to recognize him pending the lost Pittsburg pitchers Bobby Thompson of Miami; April 18Morris

starting price call for comparatively little to come of his appeal of a draft conviction. (3-1)) and Ernest Lee 0-1) byway Brown College; April 29-South

65 CHEVROLET IMPALA........................................$1595 soul VWlNitV JACCIONVIUI.IOIIDA power to sink a hook home of and Carolina State College; May 4
graduation shortstop
3 to choose from, S Sport 2 dr. Il T., 4 dr. Sedan Start- but for fish such as muskiesyoull FILMS TO CUBA hitter Tuskegee Institute; May 6- Allen
Robert Jackson a .298
need a stiff rod and a University; May 7-Allen
log price MIAMIHeavyweight boxing champion Muhammad All has
and .858 fielder to the
64 FORD GALAXIE 500 XL.....................................$1295 hard solid strike. been featured .in a number of motion picnics InHavanna thea- military University; May 13- Flrt Valley
New Eng., aut, p.s. new paint, new tires .. r /rrrr. Playing a fish requires a tres recently. One was entitled "Cassius Clay" and centered draft. State College.
good deal of discretion The 1967 Rattlers 15 and
65 BUICK 225 Elect...............................................$2395 should never baby It. but.you on on what was termed All's fight outside the ring against Yankee los seven, and also won lost the Rolle saw little action the past
H.T. Blue with Black leather Interior full the two seasons because of Injuries -
power other hand, don try to Racial discrimination and warmongering. SICA
Championship despite
65 BUICK RIVIERA...............................................$2595 .. r "horse" it In. TOO much pressure the season with a 10 but has the speed to make
Console shift air conditioned, if s a honey is the sure way to snap $280,000 PLAYERS starting The club the team. He scored a 75 yard

65 FORD GALAXIE 500...........................................$1495 I leaders Finding or happy jerk medium hooks free.calls BALTIMOREMorgan State college which reportedly enjoyedthe batted game winning.317 and streak.had a fielding touchdown run in the 1966 homecoming
H.T. Aut., extra clean V8 eng. BRAND NEW for patience when a fish U longest collegiate winning streak last season, with 25 victories average of .9S3- game against ALT University

64 BUICK ELECT 225.............................................$1495 strong and heads off across now also enjoys the distinction of having seven of its The 1968 team pu oaths: u of North Carolina.Stall-
1968 VW open water on a Unestrlpplng players signed by football worth made the All Southeastern
H.T. new Urea all power professional teams for a total of $280 strong as the plate in terms of

63 DODGE DAft T.....................................................$795 against run. The the line further, he goes 000. Morgan player signed thus far are Gerald Boyd and tho- batting but the Rattler Intercollegiate' Athletic
4 dr. Sedan, one owner good running condition : SEDANX116850 he becomes thus the more the more tired mas Dean, to the New York Giants ; Carlton Dadney, to Atlanta will have average plenty 01.DOWer.in Fonterence team in 1967. He Is

62 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX.............?.......................$695 pressure you can safely bring ; Daryl Johnson, to Boston; Alvin Mitchell to Cleve- third baseman Horace Lovett 61" and weighs 140 pounds. '
Jet Black, a pretty car : against him works for you. land; Jerry Queen, to San Diego and Harvey Palmore. to and right fileder Thomas Loa Milton who runs th 100 yard

62 OLDS NINTY-I:ICHT...........................................$895 ; The most Important point Cpncinnati. mack who-drove In 21 and 20 dash in 9.3 caught 12 passes
2 dr. H.T. Clean to remember U to never give runs respectively. Lovett .iln for 236 yards and onetouch-

52 CHEVROLET......................................................$295 DELIVERED IN JAXThan the fish a chance to pull TO GRID HALL Ished the season with a .322 down In 1967, and will probably -
against anything solid.
Should
Run and looks good new aut trans. has Beauty oU"" U he. Jump give him plenty of CHICAGOClaude "Buddy" Young former track and grid try.out at flanker for the

59 T BIRD.. ..............................................$495 rU alack by dropping the rod star at the University Illinois who later played professionally average.Senior Al Washington, who hit Dolphins.
. Buy at a steal,tut, momentarily, then recovering with the Baltimore Colts, recently headed a list of nine Milton ers two other foot-
and had fielding averageof
* $6 CADILLAC........................................................$195 cautiously with the rod high. ex-football creates named to the National Football Foundation .352 will a replace ball play who plan to wait
'' r Work .the rod In a pumping Hall of .966 probably and sign after track season
Good Fame. Young is with
7 2 dr. H.T. Very Engine now a publicist the Baltimore Williams
motion at shortstop. Joe -
as you reel In line Jackson and one who plans to sign after
dYER 100pCARS TO CHOOSE FROM Catlin- lift then lower and reel In a who bit .291 has Indicated baseball season. When all

WI TAtMM r8:1DO iiOTIEfU3E, regular pattern. club.Willie that he will wait until the signing by the players who
Griffin ing AU the the quarry fun in fishing to the U play.net. Simms Negro Jockey after baseball season before he were drafted and apporacnedas

Whether you release a battler signs a football contract will add free agents is completed U
R. S. EVANS Volkswagen or put hint on the table the Won All Six Churchill Races strength to the outfield. members of the 1967 squad will
fight U the
one
thing that
r INC. makes a certain trip memor- During the last century Negro Simms who won all six races The key man In the Rattler own.pro-foetball contracts
able. Jockeys were the most popuin one meetatChurchhillDowns lineup will be Captain Charles
3rd & MAIN 1250 EAST 8th ST. lar. The three most famous Today these brightly colored Baragman who hit only .259 IUY U.S.

r 354-9093 a were Isaac Murphy winner of hltchlngs posts made inrecog- last season but Is the man to
HELP FIGHT CANCER WITHA three Kentucky Derbies Andy nltlon of these have be- whom Kitties refers to
Jockeys u a
: 4-8381 OPEN TILL 1:30: P.M. EL 4-8382 ; BONDS
EL rr I'V UU r SAYING
CHECKUP AND A CHECK "coach "
Wlnkfleld, two; and Willie come museum pelces. on the filed, Baragman







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I Grambling's Henry Davis Versatile Lineman Signs With Giants" 'j!


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Big Player Became J..r..t Tournament Champions CIAA B'Boll IntercollegiateFans .three Sports '1


Footballers Every WhereGRAMBL11iG Await Tournament Start 1 Stars NamedAilAmerican .\( ,i

GREENSBORO-NPI-Fans In the Gate City are impatiently, .
UMNPO-Henry DaIs, an all-purpose lineman "awaiting the final standings in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic -* .-
who used to excel on defense, but moved to offense where Association race.
Gambling College needed his blocking skill and stalwartness; They are speculating on which teams lose to make this year. NEW YOR&-It's.voting '
has signed *bonus contnct"'th the New York Football Glants tight teams will be in the 23rd Teams sure of the tournamentare time again for the college;
Coach Eddie Robleson called < annual CIAA Basketball tourna- NorfolkState,averaging 106 basketball All-America and
the pact one of the best negoti- blocking and tackling do the- ment, scheduled February 29 to points a game; ALT, giving up there may be three repeaters'from .
ated for a Grambllng player talking for him while be is busy March 2, at the War Memorial only 71.7 points a game; NCC,. 1967.
since the AFL-NFL armistice foiling the pq>ositloo downflelcL coliseum. permitting only 66.6 points an Lew Alclndor of UCLA, El-
ended payment of outlandish Davis is the latest of a distinguished Two teams, the Norfolk State outing; EUrabeth City and Johnson VIn Hayes of Houston andWest'ley
bonuses for college stars. list of Tiger linemen Spartans, and the ALT State C. Smith. Unseld of Louisville are.
Davis, an uninhibited 6-S superlative at their Job. He'll University Aggies, are battlingfor Maryland State, which has the the three who loom as re;
seemingly Indestructible, 237- Join 30-odd ex-Crambllnggrld- first place. Norfolk State, record, may be eligible because turnees. Jim Walker of Pro-
pound guard, worked diligently den In the AFLNFLplayforpay the CIAA's lone undefeated teamIs It has not played the mlnumum, vidence, and Clem Hasklns of
and endlessly to become the tanks next fill. In first place but a loss number of games in the confer Western Kentucky, the other ,.
most devastating downfleld The Giants plans to convert could drop it to second. The ence. two members of the 1967 All-
blocker In college football him Into a linebacker Spartans were at home to St. Wlnston-Salem, St. Augustine, America selected by The Associated ,

While his forte was clearing Paul's out of the race, Feb- Virginia Union, Hampton and Press, have graduate ,
path for Tiger ban carriers nary 19. They play at Elizabeth Howard are fighting for the re are many candidates ,
was, to take the pros' word for FAMU Basketball i City February 24, the final other three available spots. who will be considered as replacements -
It, "the fastest guard in foot l day of the season. Elizabeth; This torunament promises to by the voting sports
ball." City is in fourth place and could be one of the best in history. writer and broadcasters.. ;
The Slaughter (La.) native Is Stars Get So.1Free pull an upset. -
built for rough work. Most of ALT has concluded conference -
his weight Is concentrated In schedule.The ARies played -
his upper torso, be has c Agent Look two nationally ranked teams,
spring-like charge,and Is wide Kentucky Wesleyan February 22 frg1jxjj;
ly respected by teammates and and Akron February 24,both on ...
opponents throughout the tough TALLAHASSEE, FLA- The St. Plus Catholic School: recently won tilt city championship la a tournament clan the Catholic the road.
Southwestern Athletic Confer football draft Is overbutmem- Grammar Schools the area. Shown In the picture, from the left, kneeling, are: Eugene Mackv Third place North Caroline1
ence. hers of the 1967 Florida AIM and Othar Burks and standing, from left: Father Meldon Elwood S.B.J., Samuel George, Coach; college ends with Shaw at home ,_ .
Davis was an unanimous AU- University football team are Carey Presto; Alton Yates, Coach; Claude Harold; W. O. Redding, Coach. In their final game, February 24. Fifth place John .$".r., N uhM.)I.dl.$'"..w"a.r .v S.r. e.an. ..
American choice during the being approached by pro scoutsto played at Bishop Kenney's Gym before about 800 people, they defeated Assumption Parish by son C. Smith has one conference .
1967 season He served as team sign as free agents, twohave 49 to 32.Albany. game remaining, against St. WHITING !
captain and played on three received contracts and plan to Three Negroes Augustine, still fighting for a SHEEPSREAD lb. 39C :
SWAC champion squads. sign soon, and one had Indicatedthat State's Bellamy Casts conference berth. St. Augustine
Almost Introverted, be doesn't he will sign Immediately Earned plays at Livingstone Thursday. SILVER DRUM, unbeatable !
MoneyIn
.say much on or off the field after track season. Another team still uncertain of
Instead to The four who signed will go a tournament spot is defending TROUT . . .Ib.| 69e ;
perferrlng let his to the Kansas City Chiefs of Lot With Atlanta Falcons TeamALBANY Golf Meet CIAA visitation champion WlnstonSalem new M otII hMM. MM .rt.. .....Ht lM..c.
the America n Football League. G*. Tbe National Football League cast their lost LOS ANGELES-Three Negro also national NCAA LARGE ROE MULLET s i. .lb. 35eThe '
Frailer Gets They include quarterback El- with a local product and signed Albany State College's James golfers earned money In College Division kingpin.: Win-
roy Morand of Ocala, defensive ston-Salem had two must win 49er't Return"
Bellamy, known by amckDam.thatonc.bt1oacec1to the Dallas the Los Angeles Open Golf
guard Rudolph Sims of Tampa Cowboys' mercurlaa split end Bob Hayes, was signed a full Tournament. home games left, Layetteville RED BASS 'I'b I
offensive Sharon Stall-
New PartnersAt guard back although be has not played this position since high schooLAt Veteran Pro Charley SUford February 19 and Livingstone 49
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worth of Plant City, and half- 24. ROE SHAD
Albany State, where original plans were to run him at fullback earned $1,150 with a two over February .
back John Rolle Miami Dolphins
of the I-I, 135 pounder played offensive tackle. par score of 286. Ray Botts, In Virginia Union, another doubt- BLACK SEA BASSPRODUCt.OF .
Flight Camp of the AFL after the track his second year on the PGA ful starter, had one game left, ,
season. "We recruited him with Intentions at home February LOCAL SMAFMI SAKES
played prep football at Lincoln Tour made $812.50 for a three against Hampton
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. The Richard Ford of Boca Raton, of playing him as. a High School fits Ideally In the 287. Lee Elder, a 21. Hampton also is fightIng '1.30
only two fighters who have met defensive guard and co-captain fullback because be has tremendous Falcons' plans to move to a over rookie par on the tour, earned for a tournament spotHampton SHRIMP ii'" '
both Joe Frailer and Buster has also been offered a contract speed and power," "big'back" offense next season. in his fourth straight also Is fighting for a UMno QUANTITY MtD. USSL la 1.15
Mathis as pros turned op at with Kansas City, and halfback Bobby Let, the Rams backfield the nickname money tournament spot. Hampton also
Bellamy picked up
Elder had a 7 over
par .
tourney. WHITE .
CRAB MEAT t.- .Ib. 1.60
Frailer treeing camp and James Long of Tallahassee recently coach said."Howeverbe "Big Willie" during high must play at St. Pains February
291 and collected $141.13. CRAB COCKTAIL FINGERS $1.45
.Ib.
worked out with the unbeaten received a contract from cause we were shy of site In the school The Lincoln High Track 24.Howard. I.

Philadelphia heavyweight. the Dolphins. Both have Indicated line, be somehow never got lobe Team at that time worked out Akin dor's Records another team that KING FISH STEAKS . .lb. 59c
Mike Bruce of Philadelphia and that they plan to sign. used u a running back" with the Florida A. M. track could speak Into the tournament -
Charley Polite of Holyoke, Koran will try to make the Spotted by the Falcoms scout, team- team that boasted of Have Always played two home games, SPANISH MACKEREL I. i I. ,lb. 45e
Mass., each boxed a round with grade u a defensive back although Nat Borden, who was viewing Bob Hayes, the world's fastest against Morgan February 20
Frailer, who fights Mathis In a he played offense through one of the Rime other more human Him At Top and Delaware State February I FRESH STEAK FILLETS Ib. 89c: I
Much 4 Madison Square Garden his college career. He had his heralded prospects, "Big WU- It seems that Hayes and Bellamy Kept 24 Honrd, a Cinderella teamIn
bout for the New York version best season la 1967 when completed lie" caught Borders eye Im- bore a strongphyslcal Ferinand Lewis Alclndor ,Jr, the tourney the past two I
of the world heavyweight title. SI passes la 122 attemptsfor mediately. "He was faster than semblance.lrhat's more, they T1-1-1/2 tall,was easily sought years' bad to win while other
1 wouldn't like to take sides," 8S5 yards and nine touch- most of the backs on the field." grew to be close friends. Hayes after blab school basketball
said Bruce, "but there Is no downs. Sims will probably Borden said.Bellamy was called "Big Willie" player during the 1967s '
chance of this going the limit," switch to offense because of his ,who Inked one-year Naturally his look-alike picked cutely after be
Bract floored Frailer before speed and size. He was voted pact u a tree agent, said that op the Dicknam and It stuck. New York City record of
losing on a third round knock- by his teammates as the outstanding be "always bad a desire to play As a senior In nigh school points and 2,002 partt.\\ ,
our la 1969. He was stopped la defensive lineman for fullback one agalns.! The Tallahassee Bellamy was clocked 9.9 Jar ,.f .
five by Mathis la 1964. 1967. Florida, native, who the 100 and believes be can still leading.thrH stMemorial! !

go under 10 fiat although he's boy championships.
FAMU Football Banquet Honorees gained 88 pounds. He was fine 95 and lost only six daring J

( __ 440 runner, having been clocked clndorU years with the team;; VAIl i I
,: t.'I t la ca.. and 49 flat 71 of these victories were con
Although be will be trying to secutive.:
lake It at a new position, Bellamy !
bubbles with confidence. Jack Johnson
t b cJe "I told Gene Cronin (Falcon :
assistant general manager)that Was First I Negro :
Fm going to make the team,"
Bellamy said "I really believe Heavyweight ChampJack :

will"" ... .. ._. ...
\ 1 Ironically, Bellamy will be a Johnson the first Negro : .
y rookie In the Fateem'camp with beaveywelght champion,won the sof. matinee post 2 If
I'. : Canton Daboey Atlanta' No. t crown from Tommy Burns In, .

t' choice, fells his brother,Riley Sydney, Australia on Dec. 28, tonight osf 8 .' 'bA _
w
1 r Bellamy, will be replacing In 1908. Nat Fletcher, the famous'boxing
Morgan State College's lineup authrolty said "After
r next season. years devoted to the study of
heavyweight fighters,I have no
hesitation naming Jack Johnson -
Fight
4 ChaMp u the greatest of them all. :
: He possessed every asset."

: Betting Goes Tigeramawinners

.1.18ts Watch

J To $250,000HOUSTON
members of the 1967 Florida AiM University football team who received trophies for outstanding This Clown
achievements In 1967 pose with bead coach AjS.Gatther during the annual FAMU football Texas--A Astrodome 19 26
banquet (L-8) Horace Lovett of Savannah, Georgia, offensive lineman of the year.Hu-; official said the bidding. 22 -
bert Gina of Savannah, Georgia, offensive back of the year; Ken Riley of Bartow, sportsman for the Jimmy EUle-Jerry 61-10-98
ship award;; Coach Jake Gaither; Major Haietton of Brtow, player of the year and back of the Quarry world heavy-weight
year; Harry Passmore Homestead,rookie of the year and Tony Ash of Tallahassee receivedthe boxing yhjtnpHncfrln fight tT

snake pit award. FAMUof Photo.: reached 250000. 'W't'
Fred Hofbeinc, president of
Kirkland Goes Astrodome AaJPPlooihIp Enterprises '\ UJ 1t home
Tampa Tennis Ace Is Key To inc., said Ellene .. : take
Eaton aos Angeles has offered J'
To Japanese a $250,000 guarantee to -
Success Of FAMU Net Stars Houston, Miami Beach, and 49 53 48

TALLAHASSEE, FLA-Ltroyl..Anc. senior mathematics ma- Baseball U.IIHONOLVLUOuUJeJder Oakland.Ho IeSAI. also Is vice president 31 18 44 loot :
jor from Tab the keyTennis to a successful season by the Florida Willie of Sports Action, which the
University team according to bead coach Robert Kirkland, who socked a league- bold contracts with both fighters Sometimes He's AddsSubtracts UpSocaet1me.He'
Mungen, after releasing the 1968 schedule. leading M borne runs for the who have reached the finals Down, He ,

We are going to miss Ruben May 10 D S.I.A.C. Conference Hawaii Islanders last season, of the World Boxing Assoica- He works It all around.
Patrick who graduated Atlanta, Georgia. was sold to the Hanshin Tiger tiotfs tournament to select a 71 18 21
1967," Mugen, "but Long of Japan's Central League February successor to Casslus Clay,who
says
is fast developing Into an exceptional 3 after long negotiations. was stripped of the WBA title COMING AmACTIONS'&I s.
player who will be Ezzard CharlesHospitalized The sale price was in five when be refused to be Inducted 972 LOOWWin ., ,:>
bard to beat la a single match. figures and KIrtland signed a Into the armed forces. 16 ,{.
1 don't know who will team up lucrative two-year contract Pnftmin said a temporary ,..
with Long in the doubleS. but it with the Tigers. date of April 27 for the fight is MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED '. ,03'
looks like we're In good shapein "I hate to leave Hawaii" said contingent on the availability of '
Kirkland after the signing"but prime live televslon time .
ether.csse.The Sclerosis
.
Rattler tennis squad won For Ibis opportunity Is too good to though the American Broadcasting a Pontlac Firebird! ,

the Southern Intercollegiate CHICAGO.-.Ezzard: Charley, pass up.rmgettingabetterdealthan Co. Should ABC decide -
Athletic Conference Championship former heavywleght boxing >I ever did In the major league against live coverage, be "Man's Days are numbered." WIa Up to $1000 Cask!
in 1967 and tied for the champion vas reported undergoing *. It tops thehlgheedsalaryl said, the tight probably will be Health and Fortune Can Be '
home treatment at Passavant ever received there while with held April 22 or 23 with closed Yours When You Know Your
title 1968
in 1968. The
Win
schedule: March 15 t 16 Tus- Hospital for a nerve condition Cleveland." circuit television. Lucky Days. ether treat prizes!

kegee Institute Fisk Univer- In his spine. BoQfthe sale and ignlngwere Colors
etc.
"Fm not sick, I Just can't completed In Los Angeles, Million-Dollar LoMce Locky ,
ity, Morehouse College; April Play TIGERAMA at Enco
work let right," be said where Kirkland met with Islander Send $%.00 for your participating
my
10-Morehouse College ;Ap- NEW YORK-The Insurance
Guide far
rU 18- Clark College; April Monday. "If a nerve condition General Manager Jobs J. Information Institute re Horoscope stations. It's Just the ticket to win cash
In the spine called later (Jack) Quinn Jr., and Kaiu-
29 South Carolina State College port that there were 15 catastrophe or big prizes-
rYe bad It for tab Tozawa president of the MARCH
sclerosis. ,
Institute. al
May Tuskegee in the United Slate in
; *
well .
over $3000 each)
Hanshin Club.
March 29 years. Nmany'WoI1h
Games away; 1966 which caused $1 million or
Georgia "I read that they can cure "This 1s a one-in-s-lifetime below and
Clark College Atlanta more each in insured property Fill In the blank necessary .8
ballade tt now, so Pm in for some financial opportunity for Office
; April TuskegM lottes. The greatest damage was mall to ZODIAC, Post .
and treatment. I ought Willie. said Quinn after announcing
AlaApril 26 tests Box 1171 JacksonvilleTls:
Tuskegee. winds
done tornadoes and :
South Carolina Sate College, to be out la a week or so." the f.termtlaoaltnn- which by struck Kansas in _oa 5 MY.e C.D.y...... .Uodbvj Eowvy a;. ;
27- Charles, 46, said be first saction. "Be win be cotDCto the June
Orangeburg. S.C. April la 1956 causing in one day $58 million, NAME
noticed the condition very .1III1D It of his career at
South
College
Carolina State ,
ret1rlfrom in insured losses. STREET -
Orange, S.C. May J" 4 Tus- a few years before be this stage and we eouldnotdeny .DATE OF BIRTH.
'bpe Open, Tuskegee, Ala.; the ring him the opportunity." *

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the Band Wagon with the elective _
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Driver'sense.
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dinner.Mr. Thomas retired alter 40 years employment New Car Service Manager, and Elmer GUbertNew and
EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT! with Duval Motor Company, now located at 1616 Cassat Avenue, Used Car Salesman. All friends and customers are cordially
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Paying Jobs FOR MEN AND WOMENOF History 1857, In the In Scott BriefIn vs. Ephesus Academy Roy Wilkins Supports LBJ's

ALL AGES Sanford Case (The Dred
Open For Women Scott Decision), the United Youth Will Visit Expanded School Ed. AgendaNEW
Take New IMPROVED TURE States Supreme Court pro
TABLETS for that tired rundown claimed slavery a national
Trained In In Ocala
On YORK- support of President Johnson's message to
feeling that keeps you from concept and states that Negroes -
Graphic Arts enjoying life. bad "no rights white the Congress proposing new and expanded educational programs
NAACP Director Wilkins has
Executive
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets man is bound to respect." Sabbath DayThe Roy pledged backing
of the Natlona 1 Association for the Advancement of Colored
45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S.EMPIRE _
For women who can type 50 PRODUCTS People to help secure enactment of legislation..
: SALES
35 young peopl of Ephesus In t telegram to the PresidentFeb. in this telegram to President
words P.M Age 19 to Dept. FS, S937 N. Broadway FURN. ROOM
Seventh Day Ad vent 1st Church
6, Mr. Wilkins said: "We Johnson whole beartedly
(A Course that normally Chicago, Illinois 60C26 Prefer a Couple or a Single will worship In Ocala, Fla. at call upon the Congress to enact supports your new proposalsto
costs over $500. ) Lady. Call 354-7510. the War Memorial Building on all of your'recommendations the U.S.Congreu canine for
OWN YOUR HOMEOwn Sabbath, March 2. The theme to make equal educational strengthelng and expanding educational -
Fill Out
Apply Today -
wilt be"Christ Is The Answer."
opportunities a more meaningful cpportuoltiesatallevet. -
Blank And MallRUSSWORM your home, FHA A VA CARDS OF THANKSMere The bus will leave the Acdemy reality for millions of Americans giving the digest priority -
INSTITUTE Financing On your own lot, in words are Inadequate 2760 Edgewood at 6.30 Saturday from the preschoolchild to the most critical needs.
city or county, easy monthly to express our profound gratitude morning promptly 'Mrs to the graduate school Your recommendation for the
P.O. Box 1171 Jacksonyille, fla. payments, not down payment,all to the many friends who Esther Ratrniag: leader. student. expansion of Head Start follow-
you need is a lot, good credit came and called: and the expressions President Johnson,In his message through programs In the early
and a steady Job. (U you dotf of sympathy cards, Feb. S, noted that "The elementary school years promises
NAME : -Phone-- own a lot now, we may be able flowers and telegrams duringthe Wont 1966CaUiitrop1irNEW phrase, 'equal educational opportunity to make secure and lastIng -
to b.IpOII find one). recent Illness and bereaue- %'ORK-Tornidori ,* to the poor family the Impressive gains achieved
ADDRESS CITY RURAL HOME BUILDERS,, ment of our dear one the late and winds vhlih buffeted TOo In Applachla and to the Negro ID pre-school programs.
INC.-208 Arora Blvd., Orange Mrs. Mabel Walker.Especially, pcki Kinut, ndi Park, Florida. Phone 7716373or do we thank the church family June, l6. mulled in elm )wars' raise- not a reality."
TYPING SPEED \\VM EDUCATION information.V and pastor Williams of Bethany coMlieu Insurance ulallre.pltt'| Ills messaxecoveredthewbote North Caroline
t also the Rev. E.L. Wilcox for cording to the Insurance In. range education, from Head
their untiring efforts toease the formation Intutiite The norm Start programs to g raduate Bowling Alley
pain of sorrow. Deacca Wil- ?inflated $58 million in insured study, both private and public.
lalm Walker, husband; Mrs. property loses tUninging\ or de- His objective, the President
cis
oar F r Jennie Campbell, Mother; Mrs. straying 3.755 dwellings l killing said. Is to secure for Americans CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
ass ne Rosa L. Thompson daughter. 16'penom and Injuring 106. "the fifth freedom," that gregation has been rampant.
Rah k.4J sale i Is, "freedom from Ignorance" Negroes were treated U In colonial -
you
Ijdt
wokSt% Wed. In pursuit of this goal we must times. However with
arch lhY he said, ".1lm1Dat.rac.andlD- the outbreak of February,
jct ; cone as barriers tobl&beredu- the first occasion of the attempted -
GENpKA BUyaHQMEonly69nioniliiMAKETHE cation." entrance Into the bow-
The NAACP, Mr. Wilkins said ling alley by the Negroes, violence -
pare Reg,
x,50prtnk broke out. Six hundred
T be R 1 IMPOpFED MOVE NAACP Leader troopers were called Rev.
TO FINER LIVING 1. DeQulncey NewmanNAACP
9q: ._ SOLD Outlines Field Representative, beadedthe

'. 3 SCOR'S ALL BRICK! Big Jr., boycott.local NAACPpresldent.es-Dr. C.II.'Ibomu.

Racial Needs limited Negro buying power at
0w BEDROOM 3
3 FOR 4495A 3FIFiH No" between 60 and 70 percent
I' "Poverty Is not racial
wholly a
s S o V0 The boycott has been about 60
A4A1 Gt ?,ton probelm for there are plenty of
= Reg. 9.50 jest oaf SALES OFFICE at poor whites," but Negroes do per cent successful.
S "' DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP. suffer from
more poverty In
12 YEAR OLD
?* s,2o CASE HONE 354-6746 proportion than whites, and
CHIVAS 63195 would gain more from making
REGAL
,i GRAND PARK the war on poverty a real and
NAACP BlastsSC
OR successful war Instead of Justa

L.OWJ& HAIG & HAIG Reg435r Is skirmish all it is now.with"toy guns which OfficialsFor

Those are among the strong
and thought-provoking remarks

WHISKEY otocj ..E BOTTLE SCOTCH WALKER'S h BINGO BINGO national made by treasurer Alfred Baker of Lewis t h e, Murders

3 FIFTHS NDRY NAACP, who came to Jacksonville ORANGEBURG, S.C.-The National -
3 FIFTHS CRYSTAL on January 29 to addressa Association for the Advancement -
meeting at the local head of Colored People Is
GIN Every Wednesday Night Starting 8 P.M. quarters at 411 Broad Street. giving full support to peaceable
Lewis continued, pointing out demonstrations for desegregation
the effect of automation and technology the Rev. L DeQjlucy: Newman
JACK POT $100 on Jobs in Industry. He NAACP field director In
felt that a "massive program this state, assured the students

FIFTH Myrtle Ave. & 9th St. of help.useful He public suggested works" might more of South Colleges Carolina at a State Joint and protest Claflin -

SPECIALS COPE schools college classrooms, rally here, Friday, February
PRICE, PICKED / Walker's Business College libraries, laboratories and dor 1e mass meeting sponsoredby
12
the NAACP
college chapter
.n mitories. The leader pointed to
'S.U ANCIENT AGEurt. iu>m35lu11.95 4115 i Sponsored By the need for mass urban transportation followed the killing of a State
i*noor flood control recreation College student and the wounding

WALKER'S DELUXE s.h.11.95 41.n KING SIZE BEER ST. PUIS facilities and water of some 50 other persons
5.85 ayioifi CATHOLIC SCHOOLNo pollution control. the night before, apparently U

One Under 21 Years Admitted "Above all," said Lewis, "we the result of gunfire from a National
.45 OLD FITZGERALD VON"+ 3 .h.15.50 60.95 Y-.Ir 4 need more slum clearance and Guard unit stationed

KIM SIZE urban redevelopment, with a across the tracks from the.
GUCKENHEIMER 33, -3.50
4.65 imoc* 36.95 larger program of more public college campus.

4,85 .RON RICO (w ..-ww3s.m10.50. ) BOTTLE low rent and moderate rent In a telegram to' Governor
40.95 6/PAK 1 / BRAND NEW housing" Robert E. McNalr, NAACP Executive -
CASE Director Roy Wilkins
.25 BEEFEATER gNGUNC uLrPa 3 SI'"..15.15CRAWFORD'S 59.88 OF 24 RICK HOMES said:: "We are shocked and out
Postal
3i.u12.45 511 Black. raged at the news"of the shooting
, 4.19 43.95 Employees Show on the college campus;
, RELSKA 3 9,85 "There Is no report that the
4.69 loraoor POI CASt 31.95 KIN CARUKG
E Increase In Number students were leaving the campus

1.29 HENNESSEY BRAS ARME 311 .18,50 71.88 Sll BEER WASHINGTON-NPO-The( ) or that their conduct was

percentage of black postal em- disorderly or threatening the
5.15 WAtKER CANADIAN MTM4.4D" 3 ,.r 11.95 SIlE ployes increased from 1S.7 per public peace. We request em-

LIQUORE 23.00 4 KING cent In 1965 to 18.9 per cent phatically that the reason for
18.58 GALLIANO 3s.h 89.95 34 bedroom pkmi with 1,1 Vt, In 1968-almost double the percentage their being shot be ascertained:
1.00 RARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM nm" 5.99 17.50 1 ; C N 2 both and garage. of Negroes In the through a prompt and thorough
Modem schools, churches and a complete nation's population. According investigation beginning with the
1.89 MOGEN DAVID OUAIT 1.29 3.65 hopping center close by. to Postmaster General law- appropriate and responsible officers
2.25 BULLOCH LADE' 6 SCOTCH FIFTH: 4.49 3 5ths 12.95t CASE OF L 4"i rence O'Brien they have been and commanders In the
lII It 1, LINCOLN ESTATES "substantial increases" in National Guard' unit on duty.We
minority>> group members on, are confident that you would t
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 supervisory and policymakinglevels. order troops to fire unarmed:

students on their own campus.


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