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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 30, 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:
UF00028362:00758

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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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:
March 30, 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:
UF00028362:00758

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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of such aa agreement" Hm two Negro brothers last Incident, happened at about former mental patient.A "We are not going to be stop "
said, "These are the same unions week.' 7.25 a.m., at 1175 Commonwealth home argument nearly re-, peeS by mace (chemical dlsab' r
which historically and at LBJ Pleads For Nonviolence Officer Jack WbeelertSSer- H Graham lultedlndea1bwbeaWUUeWha- )
where Edgar ling gas or injunctions or any :\
contunue tocxclude Negroes 30 Officer by S3, at Oil Bessie Circle
present geant Terry Denlsco IS, rOM Yulee, wasvbltlng. other method that the city plans .
from membership." Wayne Clark, 16, were ordered West, at about It40 p.m., last to use," King said ',
The law provides for *. * suspended by Sheriff E. According to witnesses, Earnest week, was shot In the mouth and" King claimed injunction,or
"mal mum opportunities for chest by bis girlfriend,the sus*.
Wilson Purdy.
Alexander, the suspected temporary restraining order, I
employing residents of I area Report Outbreaks In Florid Two brothers Arthur Sorer uallant, liSt Yulee, asked pect. was a "basic denial of First
Jn aU phases of the program In U, and Donald Sorer to. Graham for a cigarette. When. According to witnesses Wha- Amendment privileges. I
order to expand bousing Job and' charged that about five Mlamt the answer was that the victim ley and hb girlfriend were at City officials soughtibe Injunction
Income opportunities. Kirk Calls For Togetherness officers kicked and beat them In did not have oat Alexander. the Deals, Court address in vew.of the violence ":
Hill alto reminded his listeners the parking lot of a Junior higtr said to have knocb4 him to the where they bad been arguing and that flared last Thursday when J
that'the memorandum does school where they were breed He then Cra- drinking. Whaler, according to
.ground. grabbed ,, King led an earlier march.. One
_DOt .require .compliance.wltt'f tit lathe fa.c:...* _....;.....a.... riArirt|' tAN, M* .
federal state or municipal and- MEMPHIS Tie0.&i King had Just told Ben Branch:. streamed onto the streets :! disorderly? conduct the police report and, holding bay trleod. She ran Into and *76 "e.tecSa the after
discrimination! taws sassin's bullet ended the life of "My man, be sure to sine the announcement of King's "Wti. the ) appreared before the victim securely; proceeded the rear yard. There, when be math of that demonstration ,'
Local .Joist union-contractor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blessed Lord' tonight and sing sassination.Politician. the internal security officers to work with the scissors. swroacbedshe, shot him two National labor leaders and t)
committees will decide to olDOD-IoI- times. The offense was recorded
u America's disciple It ..0.". to identify himself after ,hundreds of other outsiderswere
trainees;;Individual union locals ence, last Thursday evening as A shot then rang out, Jackson Says )leaving a restaurant. While be Alexander was booked for assault u assault to murder. The expected to Join the Monday t II
It .was said, will decide bow be stood on the balcony of a said.Tennessee's. was betegcbeckedsldhemadea to murder. He was turned pistol was given to Sergeant W. march '
many trainees should used on motel In the city to which he Believed C. Carver at D.M.C.
Governor Buford Jesus chuckling sound when be saw over to the homicide section for 'In Issuing his temporary restraining -
each to In behalf Meted three $JOO
job.Milwaukee had come leadprduts three Inapt Robbery men
Ellington ordered 4,000 National a prisoner among further lnesatigatloa'Patrolman order, U.S. District
of the cites striking pr- Guard troops back Into the lice car The handcuffing followed R. E. Crawford, when they held up Wilson's Grocery Court Judge Bailey Brown
Adds Two Legs workers most of whom are city of Memphis to cope with In Revolutions ./He was hustled into the first officer to the scene,chas, 9219 Lenox Avenue with Tuesday barred King bb aide, and""all

Negroes.The violence which broke out following TALLAHASSEEAdam Clay 'ba.ck.tit of the same squad car, ed the suspect several blocks morning. Fortified a nonresidents acting; concert"
To Council death of the 39yearoldNobel of be sail before catching up with him.The pistol they also toot a pistol. with them from"organitlng or
:Negroes Peace Price winner setoff the announcement King'sdeath too Powell, indomitable and unpredictable After the looting, the suspects.,
friends
at 7 p.m. Thursday. The ex-Congreumaa Arthur Sorey called by fracas happened in front of a engaging In a massive paradeor
MILWAUKEE Negro attorney a series of outbreaks of violence President also canceled a visit and aspirant to the same seat came to the officers and suggested truck company. According to fled to a parked car... .And dis march la the city of Memphb -

and a lone Negro woman across New the York country to with former President Dwight be was forced to vacate, told they arrest the brother police records Alexander b a appeared.Earl Tennessee"
have been elected to office*previously stretching from Eisenhower which was set for more than t.SOO persons in a without abuse or mistreatment.When ..- King said hb aides in the
occupied by Milwaukee Tallahassee and Tampa, Friday. capacity audience at Florida the two were taken to the Justices Warren MarshallScore Southern Christian Leadership

. 'whites. Florida. President Johnson who w.ntin AIM University Sunday that parking lot, they saldtwoother Conference bases met the local
la Tuesday's election. Mrs. Stones and firebombs were radio and television to express OD-Violenc. is definitely out. squad cars were present.No militant youths' King blames for
Date Phillips was swept Into office hurled at business establishments sadness and make plea for "The days gone, baby," he further Information could Biased Va. Schooling Thursday's violence "We feel I
of the two DeW Negroes near the campus. It was secured at time u to have this .
u one non-violence announced be was said "Jesus ls not; even pushIng be press we under check. be f
, for the council,, Mrs. reported that a white youth died cancelling his trip to Hawaii for 11, He said "Turn the other what would happen to the other WASHINGTON-Chief Justice Warren said Wednesday said. "Those who got out of
Phillips will be the only woman" of asphyxiation from smoke a conference oaths Vietnam situatiin. cheek but after that kick the five officers suspected of bru 'the prejudice of centuries" Is written Into a Virginia county. hand" the other day have nowbeen ,
on the law-making body. fumes when two buildings were tality. 'I talked with sufficiently to
bell out of them. Some In the freedom-of-cholce school plan.
K Attorney Orvllle E. Pitts became fire-bombed late Thursday Johnson said, "I ask every audience were open r mouthed Miami, Just a few months ago In a hot exchange at a Supreme 'Students are permitted ,to'choose guarantee than nothing will take
the second Negro on the :night. citizen to reject) the blind violence The great majority shriekedand rated front pages because of the Court hearing. Warren which of the two they' place in terms of violence".
Governor Claude Kirk who flew wish to attend.
Common Council by defeating that has struck Dr. King screamed approval of the alleged use of police dogs by Joined with Justice Tburgood Following the city's .third
Alderman Francis 6. Dlneea back to the state capital Thursday who U'ed" non-violence." dynamic speaker's expression Chief Headley In the Negroareas Marshall in.questioning about Samuel Tucker attorney for day without major violent in.
Phillips night toured sections of the when It was said the NAACP Legal Defense cidents more than 4,000 National
He JoIn.I..r. In Tallahassee students at Powell came to F \Uoabil the New Kent County school
place city with Sheriff W.T. Joyce In churches had cut and Educational Fund, told the Guardsmen
Clinton E. Rose woe a members'of were sent
visit to this
first college part pjan
unmarked rls- court county officials have a
Board an ear. of the home
OB the Milwaukee County attendance because Wednesday with the understanding
Scheduled for stalk Richmond FrederickT.
of the state. attorney
over Gus G. Menos, white. Governor Kirk In a statement fat crime rate., Headley also constitutional duty to mix the they could be recalled -
Business Must at Florida State University Powell Gray asked rhetorically:
The racial makeuponthe County released from his office said, : made news when be suggested races In the schools and that the 24-hours notice
perturbed about a rumor J?Who )in New Kent County couldsay
must not be
the "Dr. King's death weeks a complete
Board remained same, a few ago W Ne
of possible sniping at the be was being denied equal
Negroes the catalyst to set off further predominantly school In
Incumbent high
Inasmuchas two search of the
Must
Alabama
white ?
violence of kind! Help NegroesSays school.c an- fatally protection ,
had to face each other any of celled aa engagement there.He which one cod tegedly Warren fired back: "If\ were
after redistrtcting. There Calvin "I call upon all people alluded in aa interview to a{ stabbed another. a Negro In New Kent County
C. Moody defeated Isaac N.Coggs. Florida to Join with me -and ExecutiveRamon radio broadcast which interred would say so." Mix .Athletes
with Americans everywhere
violence. More than 1,000 tic- Prize Winner The New Kent case b one of
In an unending quest for equal
opportunity for every Ameri S. Scruggs, personnel kets were returned to purchasers. three In which the high courtis Say Jurists

NAACP Fights Naming can. Let us resolve now, In the director, American Telephone unraveling the requirements j
Powell's most of its 19J4 school decision. That MONTGOMERY A federal
spirit of brotherhood that from and Telegraph Company told a powerful epithets Ala.-
Lawyer To Ga. Court this day forward each of us will meeting of bankers that business were thrown in the area ruling made compulsory school court here, ruled that all
, live togehter In a true family cI "must attempt to create of a youth revolt. This was one> desegregation illegal. The athletic, programs' involving ,I
BRUNSWICK.GA.-The NAACP men." nurture and develop not only the 'of his toughest speeches since question now b whether It also more than two Alabama high I!.
,Georgia branch through Its Negroes' belief in the dram of his setting out one speakingtour < requires compulsory integration school teams must be conducted .,l
state director J.C. Hope and Roy Wilkins secretary of the' America but also the faith that of colleges and universi of the public schools without regard to race but refused '. f
its Atlanta Field Secretary, National Assoclatlonfor the Advancement ,they are a part of It." ties. He called for a black and In New Kent County a rural to order schools of predominantly
..Sherman Robinson has asked of Colored People Scruggs spoke at the closing white revolution among -oung area east of Richmond. opposite races to
President Lyndon B. Johnson said "I am shocked and grieved session of a two day national people. "The world of our forefathers there are two combined ele JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL play each other .
:to refuse to send to the United by this wanton murder of apeaceloving marketing conference sponsored is finished, gone with mentary-secondary scboob. Tbr tribunal mite ruling Monday
States Senate the name of Savannah man, a dedicated, by the Americas: Bankers: the wind. There are enough freedom of choice plan was evasive left the scheduling games !
Attorney Alexander courageous man. This murder Assn. About 700 bankers attended leaders. and uncle Toms. to keep Carswell Loses Bid of this duty. to school authorities with the
Lawrence for confirmation on certainly does not solve anything tn. Gray contended that the plan Implied wish that preponderant
.Pit: Federal..Court BeDCb'SouUa of and It will be deeply resented The AT&T executive saidXhe These apeeches are called by For Rubbish Pickup squares, with a 1954 decision and ly white and predominantly Negro j
Georgia by Negroes throughout burden is on private enterprise tile travelatloo "saturation \. t with the 14th Amendment command schools will compete a-
Vehement opposition to the the country and by other people because Negroes living In low speech They will Include The collection of garbage and that no state shall deny pest each other withouj*court
southern lawyer's" seating Is who believe in nonviolent pro income slums "have seen little guidelines for specific pro \ d rubbish In the Magnolia Garden anybody the equal protection of order. .
, hued on Lawrence's "clearly test." or no Improvements despite new balms He said that present poingeneralltles Floradale area, will be hand the laws.He The court found that the functional
demonstrated Inability to accept -' King's speech the night before laws, court decisions and government and pointed to Paulette K. Owens )buwathe led by the Waste Control of said the county bad taken of separate athletic u-
or Interpret the Constitution intoned a premonition of death programs""Tau Senator Kennedy as an example. first prize of the annual essay Florida. Inc. The company was down the segregation 'fence"by honing of separate athletic associations
and Supreme Court decisions that a man dies Inwardly at 19King's social revolution will be Powell. said. that American contest of the Florida Stater given the franchise early this instituting freedom of choice. for white and Negro
l which are the bw of ( age)even though be lives successful and peaceful only I! .ciety is sick As he spoke, Chapter of the International Association week Warren Injected "lso'ltheef., schools discriminates against '
the land." of Personnel Employment Waste Control bought the Magnolia feet they took down the fence athletes f
Negro and ordered the
to be 80 without standing. up for all community segments flanked by security guards be ,
In a formal reqwst forwarded what he believes business, labor government sent out reminder Governor Security and will be area service from the but laid booby-traps down. Immediate merger. of two high
to the President the two The Rev Jesse Jackson said religious and clvilrlghs groupsare Claude Kirk Jr., that anything presented the pritemoney and owner, Mrs. Aldeen Carswell. Gra1'replied: "If the free school athletic associations.
leaders wrote: "We vehemently be and others tn the King party willing to make a total happened to him while" in the'scrool of the association at When the company moved into choice of an American citizen The order demands that .all
oppose Alexander Lawrence to to dinner commitment aDd then, only if the state convention In Orlandoin the section for business request is a booby-trap, this plan has schoob In the city must belong '
,
were getting ready go Florida they're going to lighta
"
The will also be made that the award b00b1-t PI' one association \
the United States District in when the shoUng occurred. the Negro community participates fight that will burn up Amer- May. essay was to athletic
:South Georgia and call for President -' "King was on the second- in the decision making," Ca." entered the International con shoul4.be made by bidding ly*. 4f they belong to any, and all
Johnson to refuse to send balcony of the motel" be said. WIleD Powell called for test. Miss Owens is an employee Willie Carswell brother-in- Ivy U.S. athletic programs and contests
( .this tif irfrngnt to the Senate floor said "Be bad jut Scruggs said any advance In evacuation of the Florida State Employment law of the seller. Mrs. Cars- involving more than two teamsmad ]
. fo confirmation." Both officials Jackson U be had been standing Jobs education and lousing for of Vietnam be receiveda Service. She is also well made a bid but 'losU be conducted and held \
are outstanding rightsworkers bent over.be wouldn't nave been Negroes will benefit the entire tumultuous ovation. He said the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waste Control has offered the Slvll' Buds without regard to the racial

,, In Georgia up, communtty.La .Paid Owens of Jacksonville, most satisfactory bid. composition of these schoob. .::1:1j .IY1.







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2 STAR PAPERS .SATURDAY APRIl, I, 1968 _



I. Statewide Conference On Prejudice Is Planned For June 21-22


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nf rfJ* l flg11,!, Shaw University Receives Check \'

I xl\\ ,flJ.n rttonslder -AheaIJlNt.' r'EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP

: ., -f3aL&ttajevwN, .. Conference on Prejudice" and *.. r By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL*

man Rights,wljl. be held In Miami, June 21-2. under the sponsorship L
'
oMhe' M1knLBaha'i' Community. The Conference. 1j&'t / ,

ooen to.aU .t tested oreanltations and individuals. .

The slSnlMrZhc/' 'will ittle,,' Memphis, Cleveland, Richmond : ACCEPTANCE
the area of prejudice as It relater (California), El Paso and Bel* CHICAGO-"We have a new friend. Her name is Cynthia. We
;
to human rights and make ItaRham (Washington). These like her. She like us," was the reaction of one student, Sharon
recommendations on future conferences will cover human Weiss, to the busing of Negro students to the formerly all-white
courses of action In this area. rights as they relate to employment school she attends on Chicago's Northwest side.While Sharon and
Meetings will be held at the housing prejudice, other white students readily accepted their new black classmates,
Sheraton-Four AmbassadorsHotel youth, the American Indian and some white parents Jeered the newcomers and demonstrated at
in downtown Miami. The the Mexican American. the eight receiving schools
-"$nferaace, will open with a Recently the North American
,Winner meeting on Friday night Baha'i Communities issued a AGAINPhiladelphiaGirard
and will dfjlde into workshops" statement on human rights entitled I College has again been ordered to admit
for its Saturday sessions. : Human Rights Are God- / Negro students Whether it ever will remains to be seen. The
The Miami Conference is one Given Rights. The statement ,latest order was given by the Third UJS. Circuit Court of Appeals
of a series often regional con points out, "The greatest chal- which upheld an earlier desegregation order by U.s.
ferences on different aspects of lenge to this age is the recognition i District Court Judge Joseph S. Lord m. The school excludes
human rights being held In the of the oneness of mankind. : 41f ii Negro youngsters in accordance with. the will of its 18th cen-,
United States, under the aus- The painful but Inevitable tury founder, Stephen Glrard. '
'
pices of the North American broadening of each man's allegiance
Baha'I Office for Human Rights, from his own ethnic, DISTURBANCES
(NABOHR), during the month of racial, religious, national, cultural LOS ANGELES-Mexican-American and Negro students were
June. NABOHR, with headquarters and economic group to toe involved in dlstrubances involving complaints about educational
in Wilmette, Illinois, was wider embrace of all mankind : conditions. In one incident,a group of militant MexicanAmericanyouths
recently established by the American constitutes the central revolution 1j (known as the Brown Berets broke up a meeting of the
Baha'I Community to of our time. Every person board of education and put most of its members to flight. Later,
promote International Human Is affected by this revolution, 4 a boycott was called by Mexican-American pupils at several
Rights Year (1968)), Other Con. which calls for changes in schooly, and students at all-Negro Jefferson high school protested -
ferences in this series will beheld the provincial attitudes and behavior the fact that their principal white.All result, the board of
in Boston, Oklahoma City, of all the people of.the ;, education named a black principal vice-principal and head coun
Gallup (New Mexico), Atlanta, world." a k ;:ft: sellor at the schooL


When it gets so jammed around the bar 1 4. FOOD FEUD .
MILWAUKEE-flow's this for student protest?Pupils at a local
that you can hardly move- bank school, after staging disturbance,explained that they were
I3C protecting the lack of "soul food" in the school cafeteria. Re-
this 'is probably the bottleneck.It's i \ peated disorders have broken out at inner-city schools, where
t "integrated history books" are being demanded. Vandalism at
( called The Sure One.) those schools is said to be at an all-time high.

]. R.'Tlmmerman. Raleigh, N. C., District Sales Manager foriJtCX about $2 minion to institutions of higher learning in the United
011 Corporation, presents a check for $5,000 from GultloStat...At left Is John W. .Wtntera,Cbalrman of Shaw's Buildings "TOO MANY"
Dr. James E. Cheek, President of Shaw University,Raleigh. The and Grounds Committee, and at right is Gulf Sales Representative NEW YORK-For many Negro youths, not enough educational
gift was given to help Shaw build a new library, and was made Clydell Johnson. doors are open. But for Alice Louise Reid, winner of a National
under Gulf Aid to Education_ program which annually distributes Achievement Scholarship Award, the problem is just the opposite
"There are so many doors appeasing now that I don't know which
one to pick," saV. the local 17-year-old Springfield Gardens
HELP FIGHT CANCER WITH
CHECKUP' AND A CHECK Commissioners Meet high school student who has been accepted at Boston Universityand
also has applications in for Smith Swarthmore, and Mot
-- -- Holyoke
,-, -

GET fAST HISSED RELIEF I ".. ,. "
t PISTOL-PACKER
ITCHINGKIN HATTIESBURG, MISS.. -A:.St-callber pistol isjsf ound on Mrs.
...., Cecil Victor Sessum at the trial of her Klansman husband, who
j : was the first man convicted in firebomb death of civil rights

SCALING #.. -1 1e. I leader Vernon Dahmer to 1968. A policewoman making spot
checks among women spectators hound the loaded pistol la Mrs
SKIN Sessum't purse. The,Klansman's wife was allowed to remain in

IRRITATEDSKIN 'the courtroom.


Wiley College Celebrates
pAiMtrs succor OINTMENT
Relieves 'Itchlni, Scaling and 1/
Irritation of Psoriasis.nuiv Annual Founders Exercises

AALa f fC I I tWMit,>.>..null Three annual observance
of
I AUNT NICE Wiley College: Founder's Week
"fCONOMT$1rr t ol ON1T Willis J. King Lectures, and Religious Emphasis,will b be held
SET dur1nr the week of April 6.il,
NEA.TPOE PIOTICTION
'
.l* IM Ml MIII.tWBt IWN"w The speaker for the Willie J. .
.I "UI. tVCCIII1lul 'Uc a1'cpeaker"hiitorlcal'pageant
II tout
'T'Nu.e u U'U_VMM N 1"MIa i u,,,.),.. King Lectures and Religious of the development of
pWlfUtllM *Mft .Mkn
NrlNwrwdwetl Y4.kiln a"mN OOI MYiul setalta uVirtViuil iStf'"' Emphasis cervices will be the Wiley College will presented
IYCtlll Rev. Allen M. Majres, General The..Founders; Day Ball .will
Board of Pensions of the Methodist be Saturday April 6, at I p.m.
church. The theme for the Open House for the tbJ'..DeW
4 t two lectures will be :" Man's buildings Aaron Baker Science
-
BIG 17 CU. FT.PhuLco yj Vision of God and These
Hall, Thomas Winston Cole,Sr.
,, *
Times and they are scheduledfor Library, and the Willis JJUng
NEW/ Sunday April 7, and Wednesday Administration building will be
April 10, at 7 p.m. on Monday April a, .-. p.m.
1 t;;:;:::: "The Years of Expansion and The trustees of the college
Enrichment: The developmentof will be the too for
on
III'I campus
AUTOMATIC Commissioners James E.Huger,Paytona Beach,and Athalle Range, Miami, perhaps "Florida's'finest" togetherness, interest and at their spring meeting, of April
in government, are shown together in rare meeting during a Honors Convocation Celebration sharing of finances with the land 9.
at Bethune-Cookman College. Commissioner Range was in Daytona to receive a plaquefor College by its alumni, local
ICE MAKER! outstanding services rendered in local government Both won landslide victories their respective citizens, merchants, industriesetc. Governor's Beef
bids to be elected And each has been commended for performing outstanding duties ."

RtptlClllMCubM / Two concerts will express the NAACP Refutes La.
,, YOU \\J"Them / Georgia NAACP State CollegeIs cultural aspects of the Found-
rr. z" cubes tub Virginia ers' Week theme. They will' be NEW ORLEANS-A massive
btomlher++.\00,No Dr. Stephen Farlsh, baritone demonstration disputing Governor
to fin, Iplll| or Scene Of Boycotting soloist, from the faculty of John J. McKeltheori claim
bays _
Leader Scores
loose. III I North Texas State University that Lou1aIana leads the nation
'
pry MI PETERSBURG VA.-Studentsat About 90 per cent of the student on Wednesday, April lOr' 11a.m. in race relations was scheduledto
I' predominantly Negro Virginia body had staged an orderlydemonstration and a piano on be held here,Satirday,March
White Apathy, State College boycotted against the college Thursday, April U, at 11 a.m. 23, by the New Orleans Branch
Ji classes last week in a new surge ; complusory ROTC pro- by Samuel Brown artist in residence of the National Association for
SAVAftNAH, Ga, -W.W. Lav/ of discontent over college rules gram.; poly about 20 of 430 at Wiley College.A the Advancement d' Colored
president of the NAACP SavanA and regulations.Only rote students showed up. special Recognition Service 'People.
nan Branch, ,charged that'pub- a few of the college's I No precise list of grievances celebrating the 10th Anniversary Emmitt J,'Douglas, president
Uc officials "have been palp J, '2300 students entered classroom has Seen made public by the Vlrgnta of Dr, T. Winston Cole, of Louisiana NAACP State Conference -:
fully silent in advocating meaningful -' buildings Most of the State Students, but they Sr., as' president of Wiley CoU was programmed as
,# I j action leading toward others gathered in groups outdoors reportedly are protesting, legs will be held on Tuesday'April the main speaker at the rally
.l S positive community harmony on the campus for what among other things against t, at U a.m." I preceding the goups march to
Big 152-Ib. among the races.; His charge. they said would be student-led compulsory class attendance, The annual Alumni\ Banquetwill the Governor's suite In the State
'I' I was made before the Cbatabani classes.. compulsory attendance at es- be on Monday, April 8, Office Building here for presentation
FREEZERUUoftpaceforloUellMd County (Savannah) Human Relations The boycott followed mass sembles, complusory attendances At 7 p.m. Instead of the trait of a list of grievances.

i Council at a recent meet- meetings, at which the student at assemblies,by fresh I
discussed their grievance against -'
ing.He man and sophomore and strict
NO DEFROSTINGEVER said that southern govern- the VirgtniaStateadmin. social regulations.
ment officials were quick tore- istration. There was no immediate com- BEST OF
Ject the "unanimous, hard-hit ment from the Virginia State BROADWAYSeason
formi anywhere ting report" of the National Ad- Negro Named Aid administration.
Frost never visory Commission on Civil The students, aside from their of 1968
Itll Disorders instead of "submit- Guard about college -
Coast complaints regulations
BAR In BROADWAY
DAIRY
M ting the Commission's findingsto also have protested that THEATRICAL

.. STORAGE DOOR careful" and prayerful an-I WASHINGTON PIE:art the food and housing are bad. EXTRAVAGANZA
I alysis. Hunigan, 38, has been selected and that members of the faculty .
Splil-'level' convenience "Whenever Negroes begin tdtJemand as the Coast Guard's assistant have too large a voice in student -
I I their rights long. chief of the service's civilian affairs. f CtYOI TUINU, OIUCTOI I

Exclusive PHILCO 'overdue.a. Wallacea Talmadge/ personnel division in the litUOII'S "AROUND THE WORLDIN
a Maddox are quick to piously 1.
capital.
e uuuom POWER SAVER proclaim ihat' *we will maintain -' In this new capacity" the black Mississippi 80 TUNES"
on Saves (ton electricity Law and Order,when all of official FEATURING FOlIC DANCES FOLK
? will assist the planning MELOOIE5, OPERATIC
i : GEM
them, themselves, defy the law Bvsiiesses ,
directing administration
whenever it suits their political A
TWIN CRISPERS : and evaluation of the civilian TRIBUTE TO

e fancy personnel, program for the entire Employ lucks ( GILBERT t SULLIVAN
In the life of the Negro, Coast .
MEAT KEEPER Guard.In COSTUME
often the most lawless .
x people 1963, Hunigan Joined the CHARLESTON .. (
Miss.- Just
..and only .be; kfows" are white shertifs4! Federal Aviation administration one week before the announced ... 1fT fAIR "unr'
.
WIDEDAVIS policemen whiter Judges,may in Washington as a .. ,
personnel .
INCHES start of NAACP demonstration*
30 ors and congressmen." LAt ,""t :ql\ IBCIIJCHTS OF
staffing specialist and 1
one stage in the work of the protesting Job discriminational ...au: :
ONLY was promoted to personnel! officer Baddour's. Bargain Center Store' COlE PORTER lid
President's Commission, Mr.. DOLURPS BAUER
P: for the Washington area here, the store's 'personnel ,Soprn. IRYING
\.. Law said, investigators came to |IA 1966. DUN
U:90 NMA Savannah. A police officer told manager arrived to interview
t During FAA tenure, Hunigan applicants. Civic Auditorium
the commission representative Monday
: April 8
WEEK served as assistant administrative He hired two Negro employees
,v- I that the city had not had any serious officer for the White that same week, to start work a'10 P. ii.
racial incidents. Mr. Law House Conference on Civil the evening the boycott had been Admission-.3j.
quoted the officer as saying "u Rights.He Matinee $1.00 .
scheduled to begin.
; Although ,
; we had we'd call out the Na- B./; ScboLrdip fwd M4 Cat
any, spent 15 months in Korea s.r .
these two students work part- Awiuiliu.N.n
5 arnLure tional biggest Guard and we'd have the in the combat infantry, during time, the management representative Sponored by Alp Pbl Alp... F.llerall.rawnr)',lea AU; UpI., ,.
Negro killing around
< an active duty period,with the has also promised to For '
Re"I'\.Li ,, Jl:
135 Broad St. 353.5791 here you ever saw' Army. He is now a major I.Dth hire 'a full-time salesperson C.U A riui 3542011
;;: *.* Army Reserve. within three months. tA JL


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I' Student FAMU Students Pledge Troth In Tallahassee Twilight Nuptials ?* .


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Nuptial At FAMU Y.M.C.A. Drive Gateway Barrcks Isaiah Blocker Jitksoiflle J ..?. r'V| t



II [: }m i: : =] Goes The Into April II HiM Gateway Usual Barracks,Confab till, Veterans Aa Offers Adult Iducaton Courses Class ,is. The Beach regular PTA meeting,Meets ef 9h.. 'H.. v*".'t\*.(\ t'

Membership .or.Mlee and Wednesday f
;: being held on Monday Jacksonville Beach ElemiaUrf .
'.' AJnert Black, High Springs Earnest Lee Prod KM4 of the YWCA will continue Ms of World War I, will at the Isaiah Blocker Junior High School P-TA vfl ,
bile
fnx, 71 and Amy Porter John1 1 W. Ha st., 29 and Gwendo solicitation of members**> tts regular meeting Satarfcy School, IMS Davis, from 6:30 be held Monday, April .8, at

.ea, 1746 W. 20th St., 74.. i 1 lyn Buckholts, lHO W. ItttSt. through the month of April.Top April 6, at the Bar- to 9 p... Books and matetlal 7:00. p.m. All parents sAasked
., 22.Roger. leaders at this release are Mrs recta. .ISO Kings: Road, at I are frees AD are invited. to be precut. 1IIIftrt-. #.; ;
Jots Henry Palmer 1220 E. C.A. Ward, Mrs. Ylcey F. ,. ,
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MOM St., 19' and Carolyn Ann Richardson, 520 H.Jefferson .JamesMrs. Carole A. Meets Al officers should be pre Gladiola Ladies ant informatira win he Mrsl. +..' '. .1.

Moon: MO E. Beaver St., H. j St., 19 and Phynis Joyce' New Stanton Nigh Schcol.Mrs, ..... Members of the firing concerning Ninth pad guidancefor t the Ssa.e!_. ''1.r. _

Crews, 605 Court F. Blodgett FJ. Dixon, Mrs. Hortense I; nisi nave been listed for ape .
Dandelion Social !Homes, I'. ? Brewing ton, S.P. Livingsta ,..rue.. The dedication of the Celebrates AnnualThe delegates Headstart to Program the Ccerveataea,' raaurt : r

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Elementary School Mrs Debris arracks and of the Ladies Anttary ?

And Savings Rafts Henry Jones 1216 W. Baker,Mrs.Maggie; Siena, win be Sunday, "'yll. Gladlola Ladles boclal and the Annual Spring'rechne P-TA raaatf Thaw. ,;
Savings Club will celebrate the Parents may
Mrs Eels si 1 p.m. The State Department .
19th St., 23 and Donna Jeanne B. Eaves Lire Annie 36th 'WIth ateaand cards and view eshttits at 8m I
ef Florida and anniversary
Hicks 1157, W. bib St., 20.Johnle Burnett Mrs Frances AHander prominent cltlSVM .
Club Will Meet children's work .Mrs. A '
Mrs SaUle A. Harris of the city will be in attesce. the M anniversary of the president
Kirkland .is P-TA PreMlsr
Jackson Moore, Billiard and Mrs. Ora Mae Foster Opea house will be held. on Sunday April 21, at
The DtsdeUnSaWandSav Fla., 1* and Corine Elisabeth The YWCA will also serve Membership .is open for new Wilder Center, Third and Mt. Theodore W. liaeaerer.rI

msjs Club win hold the regular Griffin, Billiard, Fla. 17. YWCA.Week. April 21 to the ....... Meeting are the sec- Herman Streets, at 3:30. The I M principal. t.,
sneettag on April I at the homed 1'F ,1 Gretel and Gertie Talent School '\
7 with aaid fourth
i1 programs and apes Satudays at t
wait Mr. 2703 and Mrs.West Francis 18th. Mrs.M. Ronald Daniel Cherry 2117 i house. April 24 is World YWCA ,,a., m the new home will be featured. The club with New Stanton Class ..
the attendance will receive
largest
Jupiter St., 23 and Patricia Ana Membership Day.
Attt Swan la Franla

M. Willis Is president.reporter. Tllman 1279 W. 20th St, SX. Branch Classes YWCA now In are progress Karate at the ea Stfti Civic Club will be a shared prlte. by A birthday guests. Mrs cake. Of 59' Will I MH T. \

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Edward Livingston, Jr. 2174' 1 Monday and Thursday at hill Coral H. Lewis is. president. :\ .

leisure Ladies Calvin St, 20 aad Evelyn Da- P.m. Young people are mvlts Pills Meet The New Stanton R>at auhaaf,.,
April Has .
lore Jackson, 2M BelfortSt, t enrolL THE Children's Dane Century Club Class of 1959 met .... .\ ,3
Meet Class' meets the band ball of .hase ... '
April 9 on Saturday at B:
Club will '
Semi S.S.
The Civic: '
17.Robert 00. Gala Social Hours. School to establish a Only"s
The Ladles of Leisure Social Lee Gilbert,toI W." meet la the home of Mrs.Arbel- Howard Fund.English .4 h

and Savings Club will meet val St., 23 and Johnnie Mae Cover .iy ** M MM, MI Jessie Street, at The Century Club's Social hour WhIM Jr. Y... ,'''I(':
9 at 830 InM I t *. MB. The Bible Verse begins was observed In the home of .mto '
Tmstay. April : 805 W. Duval St, 11. Elects said the pupoee of m hm
wM the letter F. Mrs. Mrs Louise Jlles, 1166 Hart,
home of Mrs Ernestine give financial aid to fcuawt
aX Denton, 2313 Payne Avenue. Anthony James Rock, 1197 W. Charhne Michael, Dwight'Jlckso. Dahlia Garden L all 1s president with President Mrs. Maebel a former school toaehst tt6M. .

d Mrs. Mottle King is president 26th St., 22 and Valarte Diana Breeden la charge .is partially paralysed fret m 1.

Ureatha L. Bush 1s reporter. .Oliver, 4220 Owens Ave, II. Two F Comnunity Participants on the program automobile accident, aatf to saw?: '. .
Wed Floral Scene Meets
In Circle were: Mrs Lilly McPherson, .
wife and two small .......,.-..
Willie Davis Jr. 2237 W. 15th Mrs. Louise flies and Mrs. Contributions to aM mauava**f t'
EngagedKTESLT st. 29andSandnLPTOLravle TALLAHASSEE Miss Charlene Catrella Michael daughter at The Dahlia Garden Circle slit Club Plans Heel A.B. Houston. :
Mr. and Mrs Charles Michael at beams UM birds lag medical eipsaais ant pr.
Tallahassee v
meet April 11 at 7.80 Ia M The new was celebratedwith '
1813 Tyler st., 27. of Mr. John Jackson of the and She Two F Club year soot support may he seal I*.+, V4
Dwlght son Rev Mrs H. a home of Mrs Maude Brown, Community >> a meeting In the home of ** .
Jackson of Spartanbor, South Carolina,Saturday evening March wH rut atgaoJahua Part "Tb George Sewn -
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2273 CaMs St 4214 Spring Grove Rood. Mrs Mrs Mlhired Francis, 1156
22 Larry and Wllma Hodge ItoalyaCteddkk It, In u impressive twlllht ceremony at the Mt Pleasant Missionary Queen B. Williams is president. Thara*?, April 11, at I.... c-ar CourLefreshnests P.O. Box 12157 aehaswj. .
Baptist Church Pearl Washington is president. White Bald
were served "
'" 281 Claude St, 19.
Rev T. T. Jackson, pastor
performed the nupltal rites before :
teller
/ I-. .0 Eegene u altar decorated with aa "" 0

archway of white gladioli and
laid '.r..ls eesrciil greenery and flanked

hy tall baskets of gladioli,
chrysanthemums and ferns.The

Plan Musical wedding march a1 organ accompanlmeat Handbags Easter l''
for the soloist l'I
The Band Parents Cl Eugene I
were played by Michael Jack
L Butler High SchooLjUdte son, music major) from FloridaA
1 Gibson president will present and M University, Ronald DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY 300 HOGAN ST. J JI
the band la Its first concert April ?.
Cable FXMU music
another j** **r
S la the school auditorium .
tllAt "
0 Promise Me
major tang ,
J at ':30 Friday night George "Because" and "The Lord'sPrayer. I (7ANelo '
Malraa .1s prlicl i1. ." /or ....1 .
Themes win he from 1-t:
presented
Circa la marriage by "'rf&12Mr..tIIt
ANN' REYNOLDS

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Key Beethoven's Varies' other. Third selection Symphony.will be A-Uae bride floor-length wore aa gown empire dwhite .SWIN6ERSJ, 4"i i/: ;, J

neMs of I7ZI Crunthal street, presented.The orcanta over taffeta witha
band .1s under the direction
the ofMr .
assMKes engagement detachable Camelot train.Thebodice .
daughter Beverly Ana to of Herman Grew ef the featured aa oval neckline '
class of 1955 of Matthew W.Gil .. \
... Charles Loving son ofMr. and lone tapered sleeves endedat : '
Forrest T. Loving s ofJacksonville. bert. Be attended r AMU and was her wrists. Her head-piece ; } .

Miss Reynolds 1s graduated from South Corolla was a pillbox accented with : ,
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Sate
College tie is a member :
a graduate of Benedict College pearls and silk Illusion veiling. S. .
of Beta Delta Chapter at Alpha 199 ... "
c.. U South CaroUna.Mlss ...."' { ,
and attends St Paul LotheraaChurch. orMiss t! S
eynolds .is employed by the .

Portsmouth, Va. Board of Ed.satloa The band attended CUltrktleIt1n.l Lynettra Michael, sister -, ,
and .1s a member of the of the bride, was maid of hon '
on March oa received
National Sorority of Phi Delta 'a rating excellent la Concert! or. She wore a shin of pink j :';
Mr. Loving ls a graduate accented with
Kan* crepe a yoke o(
try f fI
and superior la sight reading. +
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Carryall pouches! Hipsters ,
I
ef the University of Florida Viennese lace with oval neckline *
ale .U William Sub, tromboaisVetcehred and I with swinging shoulder
presently employed u a rating of superior elbow-length .leeY"t I straps.
aa electrical engineer for the The clarlnej ojuartet received* and featuring a Soft grained textures in I

Heaeltlae Corporation in I rating tf.s uperior. Others train. She carried a nosegay I i leather-look vinyl Bright shiny' ,, br.
Thee
GreeaUwB Long Island. of carnation
corsage "
participating wareReglna Kelly plastic in hot'n''cool i
ten Misses Thelma Williams and r I patents *
lng date has set for
Battle Louise U Bland
Watts. ,,
colon chain handles.
.JeneU.Ituty. and Genuine Winiaau Me. Attamease Young bridesmaids l 1 :

,Arthur Smith n, French harm wore identically-styled skits ofaojaa "
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Group Herman Saunders IL French crepe, and carried bouquets Drt'aag handbag"tFASHION .,,
of All i<
horn, Regina Kelly.To, carnations. wore
Pleas AIRIQ! Marietta LeBlanc, n )men matching headpieces of floral
clusters with tells POUCHESBags
Louise,Le Blanc, ID, Clatlnet brief In

Jacqueline Jones, n,rll ..Wil. matching colas .
I. Mid Al/C Charles Jackson of Detroit 1 s1I
July
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lie Comet
Hunter ,
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Officers of the dab are: Bts- Michigan was his bro to dre-up any out- ,, : ; ;, !
DALLAS Tex.- hers of Lipbt Chi Pi Omega hop>> Sadie Gibson, president, : Darryl T.male Corham and AI.pbouo f fill .Soft >'irt>'Is with the B. \

'aererlty and frateralty the Mrs Eloise LeBranc vice- Wade. look of leather All !hoed! ,
president, Mrs Eels Start, second '
Greek letter beauticians Inside '
grog, Little Wanda Belie
McPherson
vice president, and chap a 0- zippers. t :
are making final preparations lain Mrs. Katie Allen Lewis tired In afutfle-and-lace-trlm- black navy bone, more. :.
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hr the 23rd annual national convention med white pique A-llne dress,
which ell convene at the recording secretary;Mrs.Rosa 4
was the flower ctrL Carltoa
::1ta -Hilton hotel July 711. Myers corresponding secretary -- '.
Bl'1mm. la a white suit, served
Louise Donaldsoa
These are the beauticians who ; Mrs. u the ring bearer. .. .
'mm travelled to Europe oa assistant secretary; Mrs Mildred r7yji ,..
Both the bride bridegroom 4t
financial !
Stdveas secretary
tnree dlflereat occasions to 1marere -
and "Mother of the Tear..' are students at Florida A and M :
'. their skills. They attend- Mrs. Rosa Lee Johasoa treasurer University., She .is a Junior elementary
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schools in Paris, Rome and education major
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Lee Jones
; Mrs. WJOie II
also travelled and I ,
la education. .s.4
pre-school
apeclallxlng :
'rda1tthe Nathan Love Johnnie Holder .
Holy Land, Monre1a business eat Mrs, Vice president of the _________ .,. .
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(Liberia) and Accra managers FAMU Student HE A chapter,*!* pM .1a;;tt": : _
adtter.Those ,
Betty Bryant, publicity ,
,tea-). .1
fa.alao.-a member of the Ivy -
committee
'- They aade'thetrip with mem- on the were.Mmes. : Leaf J :
Geneva Pledge Club of Alpha Kappa :
Ruby BradweH.
hers of the United Beauty School ,
Alpha Sorority a member


,.(C:.Owners Creek, the letter and parent Teachers orpoiutkos.TM body Aisoclatten of. the-. Jones Wilson theleen Colton,Johnnie Bernlce Minnie Mantfault Molder Grlffla Bradlev.,. Victoria; Mnttte AQea Ka- the NAACP City Baptist Women's Student Council Union and, the the :.IImi1w! ) \\ ; j; ,If..'; i..1 : I

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fratemlty'sororlty was memberd _
Tie is
Gamble Alamese He- bridegroom a ,
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Locked ,
\ ersnolsed by Dr. Majorle Stewart reltta Irene Evans the famous Florida A and M j
Altamese
Pander
Joyner Chicago. founderf :
Alice Fisher University Marching 100,a Mathematics !
argaalser with the help of the a.ter. .
major and vice .
; president
Ruth Diva VeraMll Saw 1:1:
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i1 ))0'" Dr. Mary McLeodBethane, Grace Bailey kaheBe of the FAMU chapter of ,, -. 'i J
KaUri
,r7 f Hat lep. William 1.. Dawson,' Pal Beta Sigma Fraternity A .,
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I' Margaret Wilson, Marie Fw.ler I : t ii : .t,. .
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I R. Williams, l.UJnckaea eernior be is also u advance 't.J"W ,ll'q.h ""\'J'
The sorority has gtvea to Be-' .\
B.O.T.C. student with the rut .
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Henrietta Pander Irene wane ". '
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; thaae-ruijlsiis College $5,000 of CWt/u. CoL In the FAMU ''h"ft .I"
Bamese Hunter, Alice Fisher; P .if.'ti. o
.. an* shore each for the past
year
Heists Alkeas, Earn WUUoms, .Brigade. Upon graduation be r.t.: f
tl+ U years to aid the college's Tat CoCee, Chriedne ArMY will be commissioned with the P r ;')1.14
aeaJssak program to improve' .rank of Second Lieutenant lathe
'", he skills of .beauticians and and AUeaa RyaJII.r UJB. Army Air Defense Artillery ; t ( .

raaee their educaUanal standarts. Savings Corps. Among his other affiliations -- -:. ; ,
Century membership! lathe ,

f A aa o a g utknal'dflcsnteM&W student military organization, Smooth or grained, cill jla ; .
.t. to attend the Dallas Holds Annual Tea Scabbard and Blade.He has also :;
Of sntet are: MattIe "tof". Col- been nominated for inclusion In }
muMs, Ohio,president:Florida The Century$ v1 andSodal. the 1968 Who's WholnAmerican DRESSY HANDBAll

". Dunlip, Chicago national grand Club will have tts annual tea. Colleges and Universities at :

York treasurer; l.c1Wtar Scha- Sunday, April 2t, frost 4 to 6 Florida A and M University. r i :
Brooklyn, chairman, board p.m. In the home of Mr. nndMrs. ,
( at directors; Eugene Roblnsoa, Gary Breedea, 2059 West Gulden Drew Civics Pouches satchels enve y n .f$ 'f'i i'
:\ fcattua 12th Street lopes. Assorted frames. .
fraternity president; r'..; f1
numheth O., Newton,' Boston, Mrs Mary Woods U pre a.chairman Cub Holds'"eefing Single or double handles. 4 4' .. ,

'. raw president. MoUle B. Mur- Mrs Mildred Francis The Golden Dreams Social 1d Bright colors plus traditional ;
JIll Los Angeles, aatlonal dlr- .Is la charge of refresh'meats. civic Club will meet with Lit. "
taker; Bernlce Kent, IndianaV They will be nsatotiiby and Mrs. Don Montford Monday Spring favorites. V,; ",'t.i I
\' V I, director executive comi -' by others. ,.. "'" .... .)J..
night, AprU I, 1303 Gladys at .., S." "' *
"> FosAbfu thai add fo lh. total' 'look--af Woo/worth'/
smttee, and Dr. Joyner. Sabtrd y Anrfl 20, a party I p.m. Business importance, up : ;
laaalag the host chapter aalisauintluu will be gtvea at the home of will be transacted. J.W. : WOOLWORTHS ; ,
Spar
chairman are Battle Mrs. Lilly ,McPhersoa' t. row .Is president; L.B. Haanoa ......,......... _!'.j1!'NVp/0 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATunuIY ""OOL""O"TH. t

heart. and Velma Brooks. Johnson Street Is reporter ; -- :.- ,,

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4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY APIRl 8, 1II!||


I Bishop' Hatcher Of A.M.E. Church Delivers Last Sermon Before Quadrennial' l




Rev. Toslon And Mt. Zion Young Adult Choir

: A.M.E. Will Hear PrelateBishop ;- --,---- CHURCH

I : Z .. I r ..If'' fI f\ x NEWS
E. C. Hatcher, the Presiding Bishop of the AUE Churchin I I l r
Florida and the Bahamas will deliver the sermon Sunday morn. .
ing at Mt Zion AME Church on the corner of East Beaver andNewnan "''J l .

Streets. Reverend Charles E. Toston ,Is pastor [' :' ':' NEW REDEEM BAPTIST :

The service win begin with 'will have charge. The Gospel Easter exercise will be held Sunday, April 14, during the
the Church School at 9:30 a.m. Choir of Mt. Zion Church will morning hour of worship, with Mrs. Florence Smith and Mrs
:with the superintendent Ray furnish the music. Reverend T. Ward in chrge. Men's day will be observed all day Sunday,

mond Wade In charge. The combined E. She bee will deliver the mes- ?F1 April 28, Deacon Eunlve Dunson and Roosevelt Bacon are
choirs of the church will On Wednesday the Stewards -
sage. chairmen. The deacons win meet in their business conference
,furnish the music with Mrs. and Trustees will be in r
1 Saturday at the church. The monthly conference will be held
Eleanor Williams at the organ. charge, Chester Moss will pre A Monday night at 8 p.m. Sunday school will meet at 9:30: with
This probably will be the last side. Thursday, the Stewardess
Deacon Eunice Dunson in charge. Rev. Norman will review
sermon by the bishop>> In the. will have charge. Reverend 8.
the lesson. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the
East Florida Conference before E. Felder, pastor of St. Luke deacons in charge of devotions., Choir No. 3 and Usher Board
his departure to the Gen AME Church, in St. Augustine, 1 No. 3 will serve throughout the day, with Mrs. Fannie Jacksonin
eral Conference In Philadelphia Florida, wUl give the sermon charge of music. The educational board will meet after the
In May. The ministersand Friday the YOung Women of Allen morning worship The Missionary Board will have a musical

laymen of ,Florida have will furnish the music. The tlar ten at 3:30 p.m.at the church.Deaconess Board No. twill meetat
planned an elaborate reception Seven Last Words of Jesus win I ii ,i 4:30 at the church. B.T.U. meets at 5J6 followed by Bible
honoring Bishop>> and Mrs.Hatc be discussed by four Laymenand t Study at 8 p.m. location 1614 East 30th.
her for their! sixteen years of three Ministers. The four < tla '

service as Episcopal leaders In lay speakers are:A.C.Da Vault, I 1 -. NEW MT. OLICE BAPTIST

the church. This affair will be Mrs. Ablah Shehee, A.B. Wlllaisra Sunday school at 9:30: with the superintendent In charge. The
held April 19 at 7.30 In" I' and Mrs. Sarah Smith.
p m", : lesson will be reviewed by the pastor Rev W.L. Glanton.
the Lee Auditorium of Edward The ministers names will be i if 4 The morning worship begins at U a.m. Rev. Glanton pastor.

Waters College. The leaders of announced later. Mrs. Delphlne will preach. The Gospel Chorus will sing throughout the da},
'each Conference and the Conference Thomas is the coordinator for + with Mrs Lambert in charge The evening worship begins
Branch Presidents will these services. k ,4 at 6.30 Rev. W.L. Glanton, pastor. <
lead the hosts that will be pre- Early Easter morning services :rw-. 'S1-

sent as they come to say thanks will be held at 5:00 a.m. *<
for the unparalleled leadership *. with the combined choirs furnishing 't
of these dynamic leaders. the mauls, and the combined ... EMANUEL BAPTIST- Tuesday the Teachers' Meeting.e4
Passion Week service will be Usher Boards serving. t the prayer meeting are held with pastor and officers In charge.
held at Mt. Zion nightly begin' Easter rehearsals arc being Young Adutt Choir of New Bethel AME Church app Irsla Janle B. Jones, Brenda Robinson, Jeanette Jones, Beverly For- On Wednesday choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. twin
ning Monday night, April 8th, held Monday, Wednesday, and formal concert Sunday night in the main auditorium of the church, Us, Henrietta McCrary and Mrs.Gertrude Morse.Not shown are: meet at 8 p.m. On Thursday the noonday prayer service
through Friday night, April 12. 'Friday at 5:00 p.m. ,Third and Tyler Streets. Mrs. Ellsha Jones, wife of the pastor, Verona Mitchell, Betty Jones, Jeanetta Brooks Marion Wagner,' will be held at the church. On Friday Senior Choir No. 1 and
On Monday night the Sunday ;is coordinator and founder. Mrs. Gertrude Morse organist and James Gloster, Virgil Jones, Forestine Donaldson, Frank Don.' No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at 7 p in.on Saturday the Cub Scouti
School will have charge of the directress. Rev. AIm E. Jones is pastor. From left to right' aldson, Jr., and Frederick Horse. Photo By, A. Paul Crawford. will meet M 10:30. The children's choir will rehearse at 4:30:
service, with Mrs. Charlotte Pastor.RET. are; Alvin Jones, M.A. Jones, Regena Jones, Jacqueline 1008.. rJ Sunday school will begin at 9:30: with superintendents Mrs.
Stewart in charge. The JunIor Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge. The lesson
Choir of St. Matthews Baptist will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration begins 10.50.
Church will render music. :J Hundreds Attend Banquet Royal Grand Chapter OES The Morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons

On Tuesday, the Missionaries charge.Preaching begins at 12 noon. The BTU will present

Honoring Dr. J.C. Sams ProgramHundreds Meets In Jacksonville talent program at 5 p.m. with the presldentDeacon James
i ':N Phillips, and Mrs Minnie Cook,charge..The evening worship
The fity-seventh annual official call of the Royal Grand Chap- begins at 6:30. Choir No. S and No.4 will serve. Mrs. S.L.Bad-
: Dayspring BaplisfPlans of}persons attended the recent testimonial banquet ter of the Order of Eastern Stars in the State of Florida will ger and Mrs. Marlon Carter will be In charge of music

I 1 1r .for Dr. J.C$ams, president of the National Baptist Convention convene in Jacksonville April 16, 17 and 18 u the gust of the
: Gala Service of America at the Atlantic Coast line. fourteen chapters. *

I The affair was sponsored by grounds. I hope we will have The Royal Grand Chapter is tron; Beacon Light No.1)3 Mrs. ALLONDALE MISSIONARY DAPTST- Sunday school begins
i Palm Sunday services at Dayspring the Baptist Brotherhood of morea had in the past." working under the protection Alice 1. Thomas, Worthy Matron at 9:30 with visiting deacons charge. The morning worship
I Baptist Church win be of Jacksonville and adjacent counties. Rev. C.A. Weaver presented of the Most Worshipful Prince ; St. Mathews No. US,Mrs. begins at II a.m. The evening service begins at 6 30. The
a twofold nature Rev. Cyrus Rev. R. Leander Jones, Dr. Sams to the audlence.Tne HaD Grand Lodges Ancent Free Marie Smathers Worthy Ma devotion will be in charge of Deacon Ellis On Tuesday at 7
I Weaver, pastor L will speak at president was muter of ceremonies boooree expressed appreciation and Accepted Masons of Florida tron White Rose No. M9Mrs. p.m. the rehearsal for the children will take place, preceding
both services. The Lord's sup Rev. B.H. Hartley was and presented Mr. Sams. Dr. and Its Masonic Jurisdiction Rosa Mowlle, Worthy Matron; Easter The Easter program will be April 14 at 3 p.m. J.T.
per will be administered at 7 chairman of the program com- Royal W. Puryear, president of as chartered by the Supreme Mclendon No. l&d,Mrs,J. Brevlt Tilley, reporter. Rev. W.G. W.G.Tilley pastor. The church.
p.m. Rev. Weaver win be assisted mltte. Other ministers and lay Florida Memorial, spoke of the Grand Chapter, American Dominion McLendon.. Worthv'lIatron address 1S97 West 24th.
by Rev. J. B. Kincnen, Rev.E. men of the city gave excellentsupport ; convention's progresslveness. of Canada and Isles of 1..WL: Howard No. 171 ,Mrs.

W. Malnor, W. P. Smith, J. as members of various Mrs. G.C.Vaagbt, third rice the Sea. W.C. Jenkins Grand Able Williams,Worthy Matron; *
B. Butler and the Deacons committees.Rev. president ottheSenforWomen'sconvention ..Muter thritv-thlrd dene Star pf East No. 172 Mrs.Essie
Bard I. K. TAYLOR Theodore Lee os Spring- of the National body Mrs. Hannah J9. J.f1Uer1lGran4 Mae Carter, Worthy Matron; SWEETFDELD BAPTIST- Church school begins<< at 9:30 with
All Senior choirs will render Rev. E. E.,Taylor, pastor of hill Baptist Church offered the and Rev.' and Mrs Eddie Bur- Matron.. Annie Chapter No. n5, Mrs Superintendent Ralford McKlnnon in charge, along with his
music in the evening service St. Paul .Baptist Church, will Invocation. Rev. A.B.Barne of roughsspoke. Rev.Burrougns The fourteen chapters, with Annie M. Perkins, Worthy Ma- teacher. The moraagworshfpbegtosiilamwilh the deacons
Sammie L. Davis, Mrs. R. P. preach the Thursday night sermon Sweetfleld Baptist church, gave third rice-president of the Progressive beards, are: Pride of East No. trn; Elects No. 169 Mrs.Flos in charge. The evening service begins aiS.13.Rtv. D.B.Barnes
Askew Mrs. W. M. Willis, sad at Mt.Morlah AME Church, the occasion. Mrs. Allle Faye 19, Mrs Auertta Bloodworm sie Brlnson, Worthy Matron; pastor, will deliver both sermons for the day. Choirs No. 1
Mrs.: N. L. Smith wills a u a' part of the services Maxwell was soloist CharlesT. Convention. Rev. L ii. Matron; Queen of East No. 20. True VIDe No. 181, Mrs. Rum and X and Usher Board No. 1 and 2 will serve throughout the

special number. commemorating Passion Week Maxwell served as accompanist. King of Clewiston Chief Sbep- Mrs. Mallssa Biggins, Worthy Clark. Vorthyllatron. days. The consecration of choirs and ushers will by In the
Sunday School begins at ':30 April B to and Including April' bered of the Children, spoke. Matron; Phlllls Weatley, No. 5 The Roayal Grand Chapter will prayer room, with Rev Dennis Easton In charge. Mrs. nityiu
with Superintendent Edward 14. Rev. J.W.:tones is pastor.. Rev;J.B.Adams of Belle Glade Mrs. Puryear and d large number Mrs Pearl Hudso,Worthy Ma* meet in the Day Spring Baptist Mae Hlnes will be at the organ The Women's Day '
Bethone and associates in chairman of the convention's of faculty members from trooj M. E. Edward No.S7.Mrs. Church IMI Jefferson Ia DOW ??" ..*. ** *3* t c Geneva
charge. James Klncben, Jr., educational board, spoke of the Florida Memorial College came Mettle Merrlmans, Worthy Ma- lie,. d.AWeaver: Il P ttlt.-oD Wright -halrllWl,'ReivD.B. Iii pastor* ..
will be In charge of music. The SI. Luke work done by Dr. Sams. Dr. and paid tribute to Dr. Said Monday, April 15, at 2 p.m. a
morning worship begins at 11 District A.H. Parker of the Missionary Several gifts were presented Grand Lodge Will spiritual meeting of the State *
SJB. Baptism will be observed No.2 and Educational Convention of students. Brotherhood made a and District Deputies of the
Will GREATER
A Be West Florida also presentation. MACEDONIA BAPTIST
consecration service will commended Grand Chapter M.J.H. Hunter
be'beld at 445: led by Deacon Meeting Sun Dr. lama on his achievements Among other notables present Hold Annual MeetThe presiding will 'be held. At S:58p school Palm Sunday at will be observed, beginning with the Sunday
James Webb assisted by Deacons a ;: Others who spoke in glowing was Mrs.Hannah B.Miller,pre .m. the executive Board Meet- 9:30: with Deacons John E. Singleton and teachers

and Deaconesses.. Mrs. / District No. X of St. Lute4Baptist terms of the ministers administration sidnet of the senior women 98th annual session of the Ing of the Royal Grand Chapter in charge. Ybe lesson will be reviewed by the pastor Rev.

Gladys Crows will preside. Church will meet Sun. were: Dr. A.B.Cole. Most Worshipful Union Grand. of Grand Royal will be nellAt J.CJtogers. The morning worship begins at 10:45: with Daces
i Future emits include: April fey at the home of Mrs. Gertrude IIWI,vice president of the General Funeral Services Lodge, F. A A. M. PHA Of Florida $ p.m. the Annual Oratorical James Melton and deacons la charge of devotions. Music will
14 Ud Dentist Convention will meet April 16th lath be furnished by choirs No. 1 No. 2
I PulpU Board's Anniversary Rush 664 West 17th St. of Florida Contest sponsored by the educational No. 2 and No. 4 with, Mrs.
;
; ,April 11, Joint Anniversary at 4 Rev. Charles Toston.Pre- Masonic Temple with Qlustri- Hattie Bess u director. Usher Board No. 1 will serve. The
Mrs of
p.m. M. Stills department the
lspr.- For Royal
Mrs.
of Deaconess Boards sident. R. Arnutead is leader sldenTof the A.M.E. Alliance; Jones our Rudolph Bradley GrandMaster Grand Chapter Prof and evening worship begins at 8 p.m. The Holy Communion will be
April It. Annual Dr. Irving E. Scott presiding.! Registration held at the close of the service Both
Tea, District directorof sermons will be delivered
Rev. M. J. Trowel is Mrs. Saxon will
No 3, April 19, Joint Andy ) pastor. specil services for the Du- Saturday begins in the Grand Lodge office place. Mrs.presiding Hannah take by the pastor. Weekly activities Include: Tuesday night 7.30
B. Miller
ersary of Choirs; May 12, Annual *. val County Board of Public Instruction at B :00 a.m. Monday, April 15. is Grand Matron J.H.Hunter Prayer Meeting and Blbly Study, Wednesday, 8 p.m. rehearsal
Pineapple Sip, District No. and Bishop>> C. R.Hat- Funeral services for Mrs Highlighting the session will Is Grand Patron. of Choir No. 2 and 4. The church is located at 3333 Franklin
11,' May 19-27, Church and char presiding prelate of theFlorida Alice Jones will be Saturday at be the awarding of the Annual Mrs Bessie Merchant is reporter.
Pastor's Anniversary. Mrs E. Business Professional and Bahama district U.30 at Mt. AlonA.MJ.Church "C.H. Henry Scholarship" In

i W. Malnor, reporter. of the A.M.E. Couch; Mrs Newman and Beaver streets the openpng session Tuesday. *
Memorial Service will be held .Candidate
Deputy Pearl Washington 1s calling
Hatcher
Rev. Victor D. Glass
C.N.E. Guild secretary; of the boys work of the Lily Whites Benefit Association Tuesday night at 8 p.m. with SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH
Reverend A.]. Roddick Rev I.'C. Sams
Southern Baptist Convention and all deputies and lod- pastor pastor. 954 Kings Road.
Mrs. Rosetta Has AnnualThe with offices in Atlanta, presented -, ges of Bunt county to attend of Grant Memorial A.M4C. Holy Communion will be beld Sunday at 6 p.m. Rev. Sams, as*
Dr. C. Emanuel Carl- the funeral. Chuch u spoken, the solo- slsted by associate ministers, will administer the rU... The
ist is Mrs. Alice Burrough. combined choirs will
sing Sunday School begins at 9.30 with
Business and ProfessionalGuild son, executive director of the
Cohen Plans of Central Baptlt Joint committee public Local No. 191 Reports from the Grant Treasurer L.C. Chester, superintendent, in charge, assisted by his staff
C.M.E.Church Consecration
Robert rites for the deacons
affairs, of Washington Dr. R. Pettiford and deaconesses and ashen,
will observe its first annlver Grand Secretary Roscoe F. and the choirs.'will be held at 10:45.The
Easter "I Carlson delivered the morning worship begins
ProgramMrs. sary Sunday, April 2L during 'address.Dr. keynote Plans Important Johnson, will be beard during at 11 a.m. Rev. Sams will speak. The Baptist Training Union
the morning service at U a.m. thw meets at 8:43. Mrs. R.H.
WednesdaY's Morrissette
session.As-
and Alexander Heard
Carlson '
Rosetta addressed his attention MeetLocal
Cohen April
win Wendell
Holmes will be the
will be In charge of the
Listing the Grand
render to the theme "The Role Master will activities The Prayer of Faith Hour will
a programSunday principal speaker. Mrs. Essie '
7,'at 3.30 p.m. at the Church of Tucker is president. Rev. M. of Man In This Generation" No. 191 will meet at be a ATlemlng, Deputy GrandMaster be Tuesday night at 7 p.m. The officers and teachers' council

God in Christ United 12th and I, .1=. Merriweather is pastor. He spoke of this u the time 946 West Kings Road on April to participate in the parade meets J. C. Sams Friday at .7 p.m. Alberta J. Williams, reporter. Rev.
Danson. Mother M.C. Suttonsponors. is of emergence of all people Dr. 6 at 7p.m.Important Issues will of Bethlehem Grand Chapter pastor. <

., Elder R. Grace is Carlson said, "It Is my dream be discussed. The latest news in observance of its 75th (i
pastor. ; : that the Christian Church will from the national office In Diamond Jubilee celebration at rYT
*
q ? rise above all cultural back- Washington will be presented. lOo:00 a.m. Tuesday morning. .. .SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH '
-
UI\. V. K. HILL
EASTER IS ,THE'"TIME FOR COLOR * SHADDOCK, Pa -Or.: V. R. charee.Sunday School The lesson will Will be at be 9.30,Superintended nl'.tact Green in
reviewed
PICTURES by the
Life Heroines Of Jericho Hill pastor of the Holllday Memorial willbeIncbargeotthemormsgderotioos.Chotrallaland QIIS
Plan No. S
AME Zion Church of Braddock <
EASTER SAT has announced his candidacy Board No. 1 will serve The testimonial service will be
SUN MON at 3 The
p.m. pastor, associate pastor and deacons will be ID
Palm for the honor of the bishopric
'" Sunday For Calvary charge Rev. W.L. Rogers
in the church. Dr.Brad- pastor,.will deliver both sermons. On
Monday night Choir
I, No. 3 will rehearse. On
Monday at 5 p.m.,
dock, a minister for 29 years, the Easter Rehearsal
wW be
The Heroines of Jericho will observe Palm Sunday at 2.30 is a graduate of Livingstons night Choir No I held Prayer meeting a'11Maday
p.m. rehearses
r at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church College and of the Hood Teho- pastor: Mra. C. Sampson Thursday night Rev WQ Rogers,

w This special and impressive .lug Officer, Mrs. L. Campbell. logical Seminary, from the latter Ull West ZZnd Street reporter The church Ia located at

FULL LIVING service will draw hundreds to Ustress of Ceremonies, Mrs. of which he hold an honorary
the church. Heroines of Duval Uoria: Best; The Occasion, degree indlrtnlty. Dr. Hill *
BLACK & WHITE and adjacent counties will wear I"'s. La Dessa Johnson; will support a minimum sal TABERNACLE BAPTIST
COLOR 'white j The church is located at lerolne Songs, Waving of ary fund, working toward the Holy communion be administered
Sunday afternoon at 5
;, Spruce and Don Streets Rev. Palms, Society and Choir; establishment of a centralize moo Sunday school begins at 9.30, with Superintendent Solo
William Km is pastor. leading Juveniles; Responsive agency for 1nsurtncchurchpro.perty in charge. The lesson will be reviewed
'. choirs will add to I leading, Heroines of Jericho and will encourage the les Weaver. At 11 a.m. the by Deacon Char
pastor Rev.
the solemnity of the occasion. S Society; Duett, Frailer Sisters, operation of kindergartens and the message. All adult .Young, will deUrYer -
choirs the Senior Mate Chorus,
Usher Boards will serve. I Irs. E. F. Attack and Mrs. V.F. nurseries throughout the connection and usher Board No. 1 will ,
Among special guests will be f. James, Solo, Mrs. Alice ,wherever possible Dr. April 14. Mrs. Pauline serve Queen Women's Day will be Sunday -
Brother Made Interprinrus, imlth: ; Sermon Rev. William Hill and Ms wife, Helen M.. Alkens is chairman

the Royal MasonShriners,. Hill, pastor of Calvary; Observations and their son Michael reside at FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST
Sublime Prince Knight Temp. Walter R. Lewder. 420 Talbot Avenue, Braddock, Sunday school
BOB( lars Fellow Officers will be Pa. The elections will be held begins at 945.: At 11 JS a.m.the devotional ser
SMITH FASHION STUDIO Craftsmen Daughters presented by wise begin, with deacons charge. The
.j of Isis, Heroines of >Irs. Janle Cannon Most An- in Detroit during the General Tat 6.4S Rev. W.L. Jones is pastor. pastor will speak also
Jericho, Order of EasternStar lent Matron and Mrs. R. L.ohnson. Conference, beginning with May
GRAHD
OPENING, EASTER SUN. APRIL 14th -Crusaders of the Golden ClrJ 6. '

'de, Juveniles and other auxiliary COLOSSUNS BAPTIST
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES groups. They will be escorted Location U54
the Attorney Johnson Is Guest Sneaker : West list Street Sunday school begins at 9:40
by Royal Arch Masons with the supelntendent and teachers
-' and their families. Attorney Earl V.'Johnscm, direction of Mrs. Olivia Smith Worship begins si U a.m and will be incharge. The morning
followed
I\.c 7683200 The program follows: Processional will address the Palm Sunday and the Darnell Coalman's service at 3 R.J. Crawford by communion
Sollders' Society; Invocation -. ,gathering Sunday night, April chorus under the direction of sermon. Choir Aland Usher Board, pastor, will deliver the
No.1
2422' Brother Henry Cotton, 7, at 7:30,10 the auditorium of Mrs. R. P. Askew. Rev. E. W. out the day. The Deacons will serve through
N and
MYRTLE Deaconesses
AVE
15th & MYRTLE < Joshua; Scripture, Rev D. the Ebeneser Methodist Church. Newman 1s pastor. joint anniversary on April 29. win bold their
Green; Presentation of Presld- Music will be given by the William Choirs No. I, No. 2 and No. J Tuesday night at 7.30p.m. Prayer services will begin
Raines Chorus, under the will sponsor the program >
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I Mt. Moriah A.M.E.Church Plans Passion Week Service '
April 8-14
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ir' ( Monday Night's Program. Mahalia Sings ,

r Features Singing Groups Hattie C. Dandridge Pallbearers, Society :

:fi;
f Will Hold SpringTea
''Mt. Moriah A.M.E. 99 Oak w ill begin at 7 p.m. Sunday ; r e pg Conclave Is April 13 ;
Street, will observe Passion school begins at 9:45.: The The Pallbearers' Society No.
Week from April 8 to and in- morning service begins at 11 11 will sponsore the spring tea 1\
eluding April 14 A.M. The afternoon Easter program The fifteenth annual Grand ,
according to Sunday, April 21, from 4 to 6
Rev. J.W.Jones, pastor. Outstanding and tea will be at 4 p.m. Conclave of the Hattie C. Dan. p.m., In the Friendly Baptist \
churches, headed by Class leaders will make their 'drldge Grand Guild will have Church on West 19th Street. f.V j'
their pastors, will be partlcl- reports.Participants. 'Its setting AprU 13 at 9 t.m., Participating will be: West Un-
paling. on Sunday's program ,In the Masonic Temple, 410 Ion Baptist Church Gospel |\t\l|
Churches, In'order of appe r. will be: ReY.'J.W.JOOts, Broad Street, with Grand Princess -' Chorus; Choir No. 2 ofShUoh' i
laces are: Tuesday, April 9, pastor; Re,. W.F.Foster. pre Captain Mrs. B. Louise Baptist; Ruth.Fedd, Theodosla, .
St. Paul Baptist, Rev.EETay.in ding officer; Rev E. Mobleyvocation Rolle presiding. She will be tree,' Nora Anderson, Mary'
; Mt. Zion Choir;Rev. accompanied by Sir Glasco: Smith, Wattle Smith, Lillian B.
J. C. Bannerman Scriptures; Davis, Grand Royal Advisorand .Johnson, Beatrice Copeland,
Roc R. Shanks, Decalogue and Princesses and Sir Knights Leila B. Rich, Bernice Parker,
Missionary Offering; .Rev. M.McCray from over the state. Mary Cummings, Ora Brooks, J,
Rev T.E. There will be Social
hymn, a Friendly Annie Mae Sims, Willow Dean:
Shehee, Introduction of Speak. Saturday night, April 15,at 8.30 Fisher, Sarah Love, CarrieHance
er; Rev C.E. Jenkins, Invitation at 1910 West 6th Street. Sir and
; Rev. A.R. Richardson Knights Tempura are invited others. Hostesses
N will
be
members
of
the Good
C Communion Rev. F.W. Jones i\

*James GW. Smith Houston Education offering Tbe and' t ) \ 1 : Club.Neighbor. Social and Savings

introduction of visitors will '
; c F
.
close the meeting CALLWHITTINGTONROGERS
Rev E.E. Taylor, pastor of
St. Paul Baptist, will preach FUNERAL HOME I
the Tuesday night sermon Rev.
C.E.Jenklns was recently elected r
a delegate to the General For sympathetic
Conference in Philadelphia. serviceof
Jte will deliver the Holy Communion distress

REV. C.E. JERKINS sermon Thursday at8p.m. Courteous attendants

for pastor, with prayer bandsfcnd Rev Jones Is a graduate of '. on duty 24 hours
choirs; Wednesday, 8 p.m. of to serve you
Robert Mt. Plsgah A. M. E.burchAtlanUc Edward Waters Theological: i I
Beach, Rer. B. Department. He has pastored Mrs: Mary M. Rogers RN ,
t. Arnold pastor; Thursday; Allen chapel, Midway, Payne } : James Crawford I
p.m. communion SerrlcejMt: ; Chapel Mt. Zion, Macedonia ejLe ; iEINASSAU SAMUEL C. ROGERS Joseph! Baldwin
Zion A.M.E. ChurchjSobthslde A.M.E. Fernandlna St. An Q
Rev. C.EJenklni pastorFrl- drews Jacksonville Beach ana 800 West State And Madison
day, 8 p.m. Mt. Calrary ;Baptist Mt Zion Hastings. Bahamas famous gospel singer Martha Jackson In 0- Garde nt r-wernnwit House. From left; her secretary,
Rev. William Hills pas The service s Monday night, Nassau for a concert, was entertained at a luncheon by H.E. the.Mrs.. Gene Chlldres; Miss Jackson, the Governor and Senator SCESBIVICPhonei3547 79'
tor. April 8, will feature Prayer Governor Sir. Ralph Cr.,. She Is seen with him and other, guests the Hon. Dr. Doris Johnson, Bahamian educator Bahamas News
Sunday at 5 a.m. the Sunrise Bands, Choirs of the city.'Many..soloist Bureau photo by Lorenzo Lockhart Our Only Establishment-No Branches
service' WIU be held. The re- and musicians will be -
gular service and breakfast present New Bethel A.M.E.

Church Stress waoLwaT1 rs
Little Rock
St. Johns Harmony, Dodrine

Will HaveAnniversary Holy Communion will be commemorated .* '
Baptist Holds at New Bethel AME right young world on f *

Church: Sunday, April 6. Rev clfc
Palm ServicesRev. E. Jones will be In charge the fashion scene"iDOWNTOWN
Little Rock Baptist Church's Emphasis Is being placed on s? .

women are making plans for the A.J.Hugbes, pastor of St. harmony, religious fervor, and STORE ONLY 3 00 HOGAN JST. ." !
annual Women's Day Sunday, church: doctrine. 'r.a. '
John
April 21, with Mrsi Gush J the services Baptist that Church-announces will: be held at Sunday School begins at 9a.m. 11 b b4l ii iiLt
Mannings U general chairman The Christian Endeavor begins
|the Church on Palm Sunday Ii
and Mrs. Juanlta Russell as April '1.Sunday. at 8:30. The Young Adult Choir ,,
.
co-chairman.: Mrs. VerdceYltcbe : school will at presents Its first formal recital .'-
begin
\l will serve u pastor <9.30 a.m. with the Superintendent Sunday at 7 p.m., accordIng -
for the day. Mrs. M.L. Johnson Deacon J.A. Meander In to Mrs. Olivia HarreU. The
will be the guest speaker dur- charge.,: Sirab McClnnls Missionary ., .
tile 11 ciety holds Us mammoth tea on '
tag morning worship at The Baptism will be held during '( '
1
a.m. Mrs. Theodore Ore will i April 21. Mrs. Serena Tolbert.
,are u mistress of ceremonies. the 11:00: worship services. president of the Bethel ;
The Pastor win be l
., speaking on Boosters, will present a muslxal ,
I I the "If
subject These Should
,At 8 p.m. the Senior Women'sSociety ;Hold Their Peach.: tea on Anrll 28 at 4 p.m. t 1

will present Biblical At 5.00 p.m.,tbe1' Lord's Supper 'Bivens Specials PlanPreAnniversary i''
play entitled "The Way of the will be administered with
Cross." Mrs. Corlne Waters }
,
twill Pastor delivering the mes .
be mistress of ceremonies. ,sage. .; '.

The second rehearsal for the ,' (,
!Dual Day music: will be held The Bivens Specials, young I
Grace Baptist Thursday, April 4that: p.m. gospel group of Jacksonville, ,
All choir: members are wee with their Instrument of Faith
:1, Has Revival 'to be present and prompt Ensemble, will have their pre-
anniversary program at the
..Grace Baptist will hold an old Elks auditorium Sunday night,
'fashioned revival meeting Royal Masons and will feature t citywide pop.
'beginning April 15 with a prayer clarity contest and Easter Par
meeting, for one week and preaching Prepare For ade. A gospel sing completes
for one week. Rev. Cleo the fare for the evening Mrs
'Epps will be the speaker for the LUlle Mae Smith will narrate. Six bmll.m Irmgt
'revival. He Is the pastor of the. 1968 Session Among participants: groups

Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist The annual session of the"OIJtEKC.Uent will be the Gospel Echoes,Celestial NYlON glOVES
Church of Gospel Singers, Voice of
: Tampa. Rev. B. F.
Brown pastor. The Church Is Union Grand Chapter. of Jerusalem:Robert Williams,.
Holy Royal Arch: Masons of f
Soul Hevivors Mrs. t :
located at Jones and Slat Sta. Thelma
Florida will be held Monday Edwards and the Thomas Sin 2"Shirml .
April 15, Lathe Grand Chapter '
gers. Mrs Louise Bivens Is /
. *
Room of the Masonic Temple, president Ther Is no admls .-
Illustrious Fred Alexander .
,
Mt. Olive Grand Priest > flan nvlom In white, k liclm1., "
A.M.E. High presiding.
f block and the M-aMm'ii: +t .4 I "
; :
Memorial :
service will be sheld colon. One size itrrtchn lit
Hen Plan Big Day Jointly with the Heroines of: Dr. Reddick Will all perfectly! ,
:
.r. : Jericho Sunday evening, April V rev 1 .
a ,-sid ;; 14, In Mew Bethel AME Churc a Use Palms For A: .
vi. "f. The Holy Communion will be The Grand Chapter will formally '
U 'administered at Mt. Olive Ala open Monday morning. Sunday ,ThemePalm p 4SiL' :
11 .Church Sunday at 11 ajn. and Monday n 1 g t h, the first
.
i. at 7 p.m., by the pastor Re, "Florida Talent Festival> Sunday Services win begin ::1
I el
B.J. Williams. Music will ;x sponsored by the Department with the Sunday School at etYPe
by the combined choirs: under of Royal Arch Masons 9:30 a.m., with A. V. Rose,
the director of Alvin Crete, Dr. Andrew Robinson, superintendent, officers, teac
Usher Board Wo. Z will serve chairman) and under the direction hers and staff In! charge: Double ico re n nylon Pretty allow'ofajylea t
'Sunday School convenes at of Mrs. Norma H. Bland The United Choirs and Usher's f
111 (0. '9:30 a.m. Paul Owens Is sup- will be presented In the Little| Board No. 1 will serve throughout ,,1 /
I1S '.'" erlntendent. The A.C.E. League Theatre of the Civic Audi the day. All choir members GlOVE CLASSICS VEil HAT FASHIONSi"
3 ;: meets at 9.30p.m. torium. Tickets mabesecuredfrom : and ushers will partake of the ,
IJe '. The men of the church will any member. Holy Sacrament during tilt lame
111 '-'' organize for King's Day after Distinguished guests of the analog Worship period Three-button- slip-ons! Whispy veilings on '
:c :i" service. Grand Chapter will be Most Excellent At 10.45 ..m. the pastor Dr. Shorties! Many with elastic 17 and straw cloth crowns. ;

I., 41,,*All parents wishing to have In- Herbert A. Bates of from A. Joseph the Reddick: will preach wrists. In the season's Every one beautifully designed -,, ,
theme
q "'- tints baptized Easter Sunday Washington D. C., G e B era 1 Palms" "Pilate and newest white and bright I 'to show-off your '
and at
6:45
9. .' 'are asked to give names to the Grand High Priest of Hojy p.m., be
at '* "'church clerk this week. Royal Arch Masons d the United will exhaust the theme: "Tied colors. Basics, tool! One coif. never hide it. In
Sacrificial: offerings are et- States, who will address tilt to What?' size made to fit all. V many shades of Spring.
The
petted April 14.Sunbeam. gnmrianinnf QQ Monday. administered Holy Communion will be tGY"
The annual banquet of the 1 vices.I during both Mr-
Singers Royal Arch Masons and the Heroines r
of Jericho will be held I
*
Wednesday night In the Coast ,...,.. lift ;, i Ii.1I ./.. e'IIl a
Plan Musical
--' Big
L1De

:. The Sunbeam Gospel Singer BuIJd1Dc. Bethel A.M.E.. NYLON HEEZE t : SMOKE UNISCARVES r

-.vwlll give an after-service pro-
Youths "
,: gram Sunday night, April 7, at SingThe IONNETS :
the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.19S3 Eight '.11.. trmftk .
West 9th Street, for the St. Paul l A.M.E., Young Adult Choir of New
. Bethel A.M.E. Church: ,directed '
Women's Day Observance. MIIIILIVES
< :
by Mrs.MAJooeswillprese : t it .
) -* Holds RevivalA aa Easter cantata "Hallelujah I .1 ,'

What a Savior" Sunday night In .,
the lr first annual event Rev t ,r
Deaconesses Plan "Revival 217
For AU"
.. began at Alvin Jones will direct. Mrs.
St Paul AME: Church: on March: Gertrude Morse will accompany Pure flattery! Our breeze Costume brighteners!
i n': Meet For April 1 1n 11 1 tl and win continue throughout
bonnets of .
t flu Group. filmy nylon net. e. Here.In an exciting Spring-
April 14. Soloists will be Janis 8. Jones Ties prettily with! match. Longer length fhlrred nylon time assortment of prints,
.
a:ts The Cltywide Deaconesses wUi'j Rev. John Allen Sabb> 01 lab ribbon clove. One ilze fits inioothly! '
Beverly J. Portism Frank Dooaldson ing grosgrain pastels and bright solids.
-
: Frrfectl! In SprinJl"molt
t meet at 3 p.m., on Thursday, City South Caroline, will be Jr. fJ
RevOAMn Jones popular colon, black, white.
'-S-April 11, at Dayspring Baptist, preaching from Arptl 7 through and Rev, LJPMant... Brenda ,
'.';cl033 West Jefferson. Riv.I CyU.TUI April 14. Music will be fur-.. Robinson and .C9'\N......
A. Weaver Is pastor. Mr.. tiered? by the combined choirs will prsent Verona Mitchell Com. .ee our comp I.te .. edlon/ of exciting n.wspring fashion
ft duet.
Eda Cordon is presldentMrs.Eliza of> the church.: : Rev.A.C.Chandler >- Rev E. WOOLWORTH S
Jones Is> !
pastor. The cantata YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
Richardson is reporter.i Is lDID1ster.i 1AfOOL1AfOR.TN'S
; will bed at I p.m.
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THE FLORIDA STAR -- To 88 quaff"


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NEWS c' By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

THE PEOPLE BLAME CONGRESS A A MATTER OF PRIOPRITIES
Published the Florida Star Publishing Company f
by '
jrl' FOR THE
LACK ACTION
OF ON
The International monetary crisis has ted to calls for austerity.
I CIVIL RIGHTS. BUT IT IS THE FOLKS V That means higher tales, cutbacks In federal spending,and posslbly -
.ME'MBENEGRO )\:- BACK IN THE HOMC DISTRICTS I higher Interest rates on loans.

THAT FLOOD CONGRESS WITH This hits home; It', not Just a matter for bankers tad government -
PROTESTS THATARErOBLAMKSENATOR officials to worry about. The decisions on I
P tNATlON. i. HM1I3 Of OKLAHOH4 how these policies are to be Implemented will
effect all Americans. Negroes and city dwellers

I r'. especially, will be effected bJ the measures take
since the call for austerity comes at time whet
ti our urban areas are In desperate need of funds.
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Miniiii Edits Although the monetary crisis Is serious, the I
1 I poor shouldn't be made to pay for a national belt-tightening
taxes with spending cutbacks result In
nt spree. Higher coupled a
HILDA WOOTEN -- ClfCilltlli kHiijir iw4p lessening of the economy', expansion. That always means higher
unemployment yon knowwholsflrsttobe lalf off. Higher Interest -
on loans means that housing construction Is cut back, add
2323 Moncrief Rut Phut Ufil 4S7I2Miilin yon know who suffers most from the lack of decent housing.It's .
4 bard to believe that a nation as rich as the United Statescan
T find Itself In such a position but now that It has been decided
Address that an austerity program is necessary, we hare to make suit
that the poor aren't forced to bear the burdens Involved We're
got to take a hard look at national priorities and cut back only
,p.0. los 588 Jicksiiflllt, Fluids 32211 on non-essentials.
i "' dr Number one priority has to be the eradication of poverty and
MIAMI OFFICE discrimination. This is the core of our urban crisis, and we
-j can't pinch pennies while our cities stagnate and poverty
5018 H.W. 7TH AYE. PHO E. 751-3819 : flourishes. The child that's bitten by a rat doesn't Wit to hear
'HELL IS BUT THE London He
about the gold exchange. needs help- nd now.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES 'COLLECTED RUINS 4 fl ixOFTNEMORALWORLO Some people would say that Vietnam should get the highest

One Year, $12.00 Half Year, fT.OO I priority. Without going into spending and wrongs of that tragic
situation we are already about $30 billion per year
in the United States AND SIN IS THE
Mailed to You Anywhere NEED ACTION ISAHASHADETHE there.

Subscription payable in Advance PRINCIPLE THAT" 0 TWO EDGED Further the cost of the war Is always used as an excuse to
Send Check or Money Order to: t' rrrM4RLOW put off costly programs like housing construction. Some people
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 l want more cuts like those already being made In anti-poverty
..fa..w programs, but don't want to cut back on luxuries like supersonic -
Jacksonville 1, Florida
planes and the race to the moon.Putting a man on the moon
LET THEM HEAR FROM YOU TOO! by 1970 will cost more than putting the poor la decent homes

Are We At Tomorrow'sCrossroads Since astronomers assure us that the moon will still be up there
.. -. past mo, what's the rush?
j All the talk about Vietnam costs has to be de-escalated. Some
? r Important domestic measures won't cost a red cent Open housing -

As we view the problems confronting the YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE I for example, would let Negroes live where they wish, yet It
costs nothing. So why use the war as an excuse not to do the right
nation at this very, moment, we can easily thing?

conclude that we are at the crossroadswhere I If we can spend money on search-and-destroy missions Vietnam -

the very walls of the United Statesare 1 I.I : we can also spend onsearcb-and-employprograms at home,

beginning to shake. Our leadership is .I GUIDE to recruit and train unemployed Americans for good- Jobs.
I People are always telling me that if the war ended, we could
divided and what
on policy decisions: spend $30 billion a year to end poverty. But what guarantee Is
make in Vietnam, as well. as upon. ; the racial there that the money would be spent on massive domestic pro
Issues at home. t By PABLO the ASTROLOGER t grams? The last time the government had lot of unspent money
Of one thing we are sure, our decisionshave la 1964, it decided to cut taxes and to let Industry get tax creditson

no clear view or purpose upon whichto I So new if the machinery war ended tomorrow (as we all pray)that $30 billion

base hope. We seem to be living day by WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS t might be spent on aid to the new government in Vietnam more
day trusting that the dark clouds will : space programs, and a tax cut. Unless we move now to come up

vanish, and we'll awaken on tomorrow I with domestic programs to break the poverty barrier which
t tt
traps 30 million American find less
citizens we might even
morning to witness that all is well. FOR money available later.

But let us remind you that these pro- t If sensible steps are taken this nation can afford both its International
blems will be solved only when enough of commitments and a Domestic Marshall Plan for the

us put our shoulders to the wheel and move J underprivileged, and It can also cut spending on what should be
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL lower.priority Items. Austerity shouldn't mean placing the bur-
things out, We must stop standing idly by t
::: den on those who can least afford it.And Vietnam shouldn't mean

watching our liberties vanish. We must let __ K. B. ................ M b b to i __ the end of social progress at home.
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our voices ring out loud and clear to demand America faces a real test here. It can exploit the poor and the
that our representatives act in our ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORNBORN Negroes la the ghetto making them pay for a war and a gold
crisis which are not of their It .
doing or can clearly establish
I interest. Is the general welfare of the BORN MARCH BORN JUNE DEC. to end the
BORN SEPT. priorities misery which stalks the city streets
\ people being protected? If it Is, why do
division and' trite exist to put'usjin: a 2UN APRIL tSTR 22ND JULY 22ND 3RD OCT. 2311 22ND IAN. 19TI I Nashville Banks Set The ExampleMayor

state of anarchy? Spare yourself. Just because Irs a way up. Ambition U a Waste not, want not. The too Be sestfuL Enthusiasm often
r Yet lee possess more thai a normal powerful force that cuity) overrule rapid dissipation of precious sweeps everything before It.
The people must their elected leg- chare of vital energy does not the yearnings of even the vital energy should be condonedeven While this Is of benefit when Beverly Briley of Nashville, Term. ,
,islators know definitely what they want excuse expending it at too rapid most loving hearts. It Is being less than the spendthrift courting or creating, there are and Rep. Richard Fulton met recently with

:The actions of our lawmakers should bejspeakof a rate. No matter what the circumstances fueled by the lure of greater habits that can be cultivated. In occasions when more subdued Negro business men for the purpose of exploring

'our. ideals, and those ideals may be, health his earnings or material veneflts this month's stetlarpatternthe tactics are called for. Be more ways of providing financial as-
to be given priority above all and privileges. To some emphasis restrained when driving or arguing
seems to be about
should stand forth beacon to all cit- sistance to the Negro business in
as a else, during this quarter in particular Cancerlans, who are still eligible equally divided between the departments with Individuals who may concerns
izens. Courage and forthrightness should and the whole month In marriage may be the way containing the pur- be one-track-minded and disposed the community.
ever: be* the people's badgeof distinction.The general. Whether It is ambition, to achieve all main objectives. suit of related activities Sound to harbor grudges. Joint THE GOOD NEWS: All five of the city' s
reason" that many of: our national issues recpoosivillUes or higher-ups A disparity of ages Is not likely Judgment, no matter from what and personal economic Interests banks have enthusiastically endorsed a
that are driving you It Is of to prove too much of a hindrance source it emanates, should regulate are well protected when adhering '
stand unresolved is traceable to our personal safety and well-being when the desire to rise every thought and action to the basic alms that proposal to .make available "a large sum

bands which are slackened, and to our ini- that you must think about. AK Is strong enough. Others who: on the 1st. Llbrans who have the naturally are part of your makeup of money for immediate loans to the Negro
tiative which is dull while our'vision though spring is in the air, or have talents or who have made good fortune of being united with Should you be diverted from business community. The loans would be

.dim. We must reassess put problems if: we should be, the right clothing for. their marks in an outstanding a partner who possesses caution them by certain modern-day processed through Citizen's Savings Bank
the prevailing temperaturesshould profession should find themselves and wlsdon would be doing philosophies or codes of behavior -
would wake"up and live and
always be worn on the eve of savoring themselves disservice by not you may windup like a Trust Company, Nashville's only Negro
We are now having our day of neglect and 1 ro zi u -19 -997 their successes. But no matter taking full advantage of It. It fish out of water. owned bank.Banking .
"irresponsibilitybut what about spayofCan bow grand the reward,there always would not be a good Idea to fall 1 ."'80' .66 17.15.693AQUARIUS sources indicate that the proce-
We face ourselves and the scorn inRUSIUI is a price that has to be In love with a coworker or to dure for Implementing the loan program is
paid..
(of our children :;:tor such parentage and .....n.. .APRIL.. -.- -4.30.33.16.73.718 become more deeply Involved safe yet to be worked out. However, they will
direction? Since they deserve something 20TH than may be considered or BORN JAN. confer with their boards and meet again
20TH NAY LEO sensible. Try to refrain from,
better, what is our answer to be? Snow power. You are satis- any emotional. iivolvemeatnow. 20TH. [FEB. 11TH within a few days to discuss the proposalin

fled enough to achieve success BORN JULY 7 80 .44 -14 69 -.4tr IPs a ri. e. Those who cm more detail.

The Presidential and build up material resources manage to keep ahead of the MTBA (Metropolitan Tennessee Business As-,
Political Scene 19th.Lers
AU6
without fanfare. This is not a Uii SCORPIO tax man, rising living costs,and sociation) President Flem Otey 'stated that
bad policy whenthlngs are going face u.When needed cash the forces that are arrayed
The political race for the Presidency is smoothly. But as soon as there Is simply not there, there Is no BORN OCT. against efforts to remain solvent this gesture by Nashville's banks "showsa

getting hotter as each day rolls by. McCarthy are threats -of strong opposition wishing one's self out of a pre 24TH .. NOY.:' 22110 have ample cause to cele- very good ray of hope" and called it

had.shown treat courage, and then from friends and foes alike dicament. Leos who have been Why do It all? While no one brate. It often appears u if Industriousness "a far-reaching step by the banks. "
Robert Kennedyhas considerable gall. And It may be necessary to provident In the past should have can accuse Scorploa of skirting and conscientious "MYBA is a Negro organization.
show the steel beneath the velvet sufficient resources from which endeavor .are punished
since 'Robert' F. Kennedy has entered the sutles or respocslbilltiesthereseems The
over-all plan is to relocate
glove. Just make sure that they can draw freely. This may jitter than rewarded. This J* Negro
campaign, we try to reassess the issues right Is on your side and that be the moment when a full appreciation to the be offers no cause of collaborators for rejecting -- food for thought and could lead business in a shopping tenter where it

and the situations. you cannot be accused of unfairness of the fact will come to share them with you. It to some serious decisions that will have room to stretch ,}ts arms and
Popular as Kennedy may be. there is little or favoritism. The home to many of you. Personal would be no reflection on personal are shared by a mate or legs.
necessity of retaining the trust freedom is sotrsthlng we all business partner Costly social
question that he is widely disliked and skills or talents to concede The Nashville Bank
becomes
and loyalty of friends and associates have, In theory. But it cannot be activities on either side shouldbe plan, the magicof
that two often do bet
distrusted in the South. Nonetheless and is quite apparent and enjoyed until one has amassed ter Job than can It a even- frowned upon when they Impose one idea, and like the gospel let us

without doubt, his candidacy will make a this should never be forgotten, assets large enough to make one pervent a serious one. error may that too rapid a drain on the spread the good news to other cities like

real political!donnybrook out of the race especially when under emotional absolutely Independent In every could take on rather serious Joint cash reserves Aquarians Jacksonville. -Tampa, Miami Atlanta, Birmingham -
stress Taureans become way. Ambition too, is playing do not like to play second fiddle -
,any may
for the Democrats and the person they no- proportions and for which you Mobile, and Jackson. Mississippi.Negro .
and this
Impatient because of the major role. It should drive you would solely be to blame. may Induce themto
minate. slowness of the pace In reaching -', strongly enought to look after Scorpios who are free and The- try and outshine friends who bussineses need money to place them
Kennedy had entered the race late and in their economic objectives. material interest rather than log to offer their hearts should have more ample funds to play selves in ,competition with other concernsby

the role of an opportunits. 'This is what Hits may cause taklngfoolhard- Just the pursuit of pleasure. have no qualms over doing sot with. Restrain associates who having the most modern facilities and

a politician these days has to be, remarked ly.risks. ,5.60.77.16.89.108 regardless of what certain display the same tendencies.This services.
Ralph McGill in one of his columns. 2 40 88 U 76 600'CEIIIII VIRGO friends may.think regardingtheuilvinabilib. childish.sort of behavior Is

The Democrats now have cause to worry BORN AUG. f;.- 90-99-17 Z3 8051 6 .'40 77 19-69-798 This Week In Negro HistoryApril
about McCarthy's surprising show of
strength built BORN MAY 23RD J5EPI. 22NJL SAGITTARUS PISCES 1. 1854 Augustus two ,beo Qulncy DX,became the
anti-war
upon an campaign
,
first Negro ordained t prlst I in U.S.
'21ST JUliE 21ST Control thoughts. Individuals BORN FEB. "
against the President in the New Hampshire BORN NOV._ April t. 1867 Howard University Washington, D.C., chartered -
should be
primary two weeks ago.. Friends should tel ..Somemingthat complete masters I9TN IAI. lOTI by aa Act of Congress,
.
of their thoughts.Whenit'sthe 23RD DEC. 21ST.
These front-runners well have falls to come off, despite now makes her home In
may a profound other way around the danger You won't like LIZ this Is to France.
sound planning and valiant efforts Experience U for The April 3 IIU
impact not just the use. be of E.H. Hale, anti-slavery author, born.
upon political of becoming a slave to alien a day parting by agreement
could leave somewhat
many more mature Saglttarianswillbe 3 1867
In fact It does not April James Walker became the first Negro to vote
fortunes of the individuals but the nationas discouraged and dowD- philosophies, Inhibitions, or better able to wltht.&m1- or seem
self. reattnr obsessions is cope as if this Is what you'trulywant. in the State of Nebraska, casting his ballot at
a whole. hearted. This is a time when ly situations whenever they a city charter election la Plattsmouth.
will have to move old friends can prove their magnified more and more with arise,as arise they will during It may not yet be apparent April 3 1921
Pretty soon Mr..Jphnson the passage of time. This, in but the possibility remains Organisation iaChlcago of the Natioaa1 De SaI.
out on the cad aJn trails and meet this woth. Take hard problems and turn, makes the maintenance of this let quarter. Gossip In- that It will be made painfully ble Memorial Society for the study of the life
special confidences to an older laws and too vivid imagination
even an -
political challenge while struggling with and more experienced person family and marital relationship may be providing clear u life moves onward., and history of Jean Baptist Point DeSalble,explorer -

awesome decisions involving the war in and benefit from the advice and increasingly fifficult to uphold. ample food for worry distrust In cases where the reputed Pis- April 4, 1798' Thaddeus and Stevens first permanent dealer Chicago.
reconstructlonlst bora.
social revolution at home anda reassuring and obtain the position The climate for getting together and other negative reactions cean Intuition or occult powersare April 4 1825
Vietnam, $ with dear ones on program DOt dormant It simply Is William Syph x, pioneer educator la the Dlstrlct -
trade of Important .
or ear an Instead of
allowing showdowns
threat to the dollar poased by gold person when It known of thirst and frugality is definitely to take place any consulUn- matter of consulting them before of euodr born on George Washington's/
getting better. It is arriving at conclusive decisions. estate at Virginia.
speculators. that and merle refra1D'fromI&1Ine -
are capable
you net feelings and
:April
5,1770 Cripus Attacks
was the first American
wiser to benefit from It B is to be martyrla
possible
now
rather
what will lay the nation'sI torious in 'fJnJ.SboullSouDOt
Come may-we or doing anything until a, the fight for independence British rule
to wait for the rainy \l1D4ed'bJ ambition malicious ,
burdens at the feet of President L. B. succeed, and the possibility daysto reasonable answer Is forthcom. during the Boston Commons
come around. gossip or Insidious Influences massacre.
Is as blgas life take It In stride.J .
ing..
,
April 8 1954 William CotlegeA
,
Johnson Indeed. W'.will! 50 -19.89.835 6.70.88.15.52.114 9-80-88-19-56-627 Plckens farmer dean. Morgan
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.SATURDAY APRIL 6. 1968 STAR PAPERS pier ? S

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Businesses Suffer Marine t ::: {
Negro -w Honoring Corps History *. -'-. J,
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t I .'t .
With Federal Intervention"Unless .
n. -
the new Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 '. "rl. "s .. .. .'

Is specifically amended to provide Negro small business and -. ..
workers with a "piece of the action" In rebuilding their
ghettos" charges Berkeley G.Burrell, President or the National M
Business League, "We may have an urban guerilla warfare com This isJhe
mission In IQfiQ.-jn.
:
"The present bill Has : nicestT
already community development corpo- :
the ah "
Davis Bacon Unlonman writ- ration to be monitored by'indigenous '
ten Into It ; /) Y
and Senator Ken non-profit groups suchas :. ,. smoothestbourbon
ney Is trying to write General the Mason the National -
Motors In. What I want to know Council of Negro women and his
Is where our Negro contractors own National Business League. f ,
and entrepreneurs and the urban -
minority worker are going NC RegistrationIs [ ever to come
to get Jobs and contracts out (
of It? Right now Section 409 I [out ofKentucky.
and title IX leave him so far out NAACP i,

this that bill.we are" forced to opposed ; / [ :

"To remedy the bills' deficiencies Crash Program

Burrell proposed; abolishing ,
BIRMINGHAM
Ala. The 118 .
or radically modify branches of the Association In 1 _
ing bonding requirements; a North
Carolina
are kicking off
Small Builders r ,
development a 30 day Crash Registration I # I
Fund to -
operate like the insure
campaign on March 30. Announcement -
ance pool proposed by the Pre of the drive :
was
sident's Advisory Commission 1 Find out
Panel made here this week by W.C.
Insurance
on In Riot-
Prone Area, a national urban Patton,' associate director, for
Development Foundation NAACP voter registration cam yourself.
specifically paign. I

Indigenous aimed at Involving the Special campaign headquarters Only *3..n Pt
populatln In rebuildIng with paid staff have been

under Title their ghettos to operate established in Wilmington, r MB BHtB HBiBB nm I":'m t ." -- -----...
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4 "partnership"provision Greensboro, Southport, Wilson. KEY PLANNERS of the 25th anniversary dinner ceieorauon ot Sol Griffin, Chicago, national public relations director; U. Col. 1
; Identification and Rocky Mount, Wlnston-Salem, the Negro's inception into the U.s. Marine corps are these five Kenneth Berthoud, vice-president, D.C. chapter and one of the 1
.Involvement of both
potential minority business actual ca-and Burlington, ReldsvlDe, Warrenand officials of the Montford Point Marine association, a threeyearold senior Negro officers in the Corps; Attorney Arthur Early, II poor e 1965 ECHO SPRING DISTIIIERY.iquisyiue. KV.
panility. "This time around Raleigh. organization, formed In Philadelphia, which Is currently the Philadelphia, national president; and Frank Brown, secretary, ,
can't afford to be we Sunday, April 7, has been designated nation's only Negro national veterans group. From left are D.C: chapter. The celebration will be held In the nation's capital -
other than
Joseph Carpenter, president Washington, D.C. (host) chapter
;
radically effective" in crovld- as "Registration Em- on April 20. (NPI Photo) .
log better ways Into the'econo' pansls unday"anywhenExecutive
mlc system for the excluded. Director Roy Wilkins Urban
"Entrepreneurshlp stimulation bas asked ministers of the state League

programs are our business In to urge all the members of their
the League and congregations to register. That
we are ready Head
to help In every way we can. afternoon, the branches will Decries
Burrell also proposed local stage "Crusade for Voters
Marches" In cities throughout

PhiladelphiaIs the gister.state to contact people to re Race StudiesThe

Fifteen hundred volunteers are Washington Urban League,
expected to be Involved in the acting to counter the trend toward
Eyed ForGovernment campaign to reach 269,795 Negroes "two societies, one black,
who are not registered. one white," has opened a diverse -
Bias There Is a potential of 550,929 program aimed at building -
Negro voters in the state. cultural bridges between the

PHILADELPHIA NAACP officials Menawhlle, South Carolina two races.
here have charged that branches are coming Into the Keystone of the project will be DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY 3.00 HOGAN ST. '
.
home stretch of their stateside to .
discrimination Is rampant at a summer program bring -- .
the Frankford Arsenal which campaign to reregister "cultural enrichment" to about 1 t
has a work force of 5,500. 130,000 voters before the April 200 white area teen-agers by ,
The leaders, Dr.Harry Greene, 20 deadline. This campaign was having them study Negro history -
president of the Noethwest Philadelphia started In September of last and culture and, possibly, I I II r1ra
Branch, and Preston year when the law requiring all by living with Negro families.
Savage, president of the West voters to reregister became In addition, nearly 800 more 1 I ,
Philadelphia Branch, called effective. Youth Councils and volunteers will be urged to help Met.
upon the Secretary of Defenseto College Chapters have been In a program to upgrade the .
"take Immediate corrective most effective in reaching the situation of domestics In Northern r
actlon..and remove officials fa,lOt Negroes of voting age Virginia, to provide tutorial IfllHI
responsible." in this state. services for ghetto children and
to work In a project geared to
A
which the Civil Service
probe -
Commission Initiated after keeping the Rev.Dr.Martin Lu-' .

the NAACP filed complaints In Ither King's Poor Peoples' S r r r .
t I
Washington found "someer* Negroes SuggeAdopting + on Washington peaceful ? Ye
.
.. .. cSe'lll IIltratton.' ,.' ,
'rorc time InvolvU the plate j: rS ) (\ t ;; t ) V n
ment of both white and Negro Plans for the Urban League i'
employees.Dr. A Cop I I program were announced by Executlve ,
Greene and Mr. Savage Director Sterling Tuc-
said that a disproportionate leer t'
number of In his announcement, Tucker
Negro employeeswere
In Oakland Calif
is
being laid off In a reduction I Indicated that the program
greared to overcome a lack of .
In forces which took place i : .
OAKLAND CALIr> "Adopt a. -
positive federal reaction to the
about a week ago. It Is estimated .
that 17 per cent of the arsenal's cop," a Negro leader Is advising recent Riot Commission, or H .- _
minority groups here.
Kerner, Report.
total work force Is Negro. -
.Neither NAACP officialsnor U they do this, says Donald "We get the feeling already 'l

arsenal personnel would McCallum, "People in the ghetto that this is simply another report ,t*..rf>" ,.".,..,."* .
Small
tilled to auortfd
wW begin to see him as a that has been shelved," f'"nmfllrult-nnd-nut large :,.
how
say many Negroes were human being charged with doing Tucker said. "I'm afraid thatit
among 332 employees who were FOILED E6GS
laid a Job for us." has not really generated any
off And, said McCullum, the local DECORATED EGGS CANDY FillED BASKETS
national Dr. Greene NAACP, a member Board of of Directors the president of the National Asso- Echoing the Kerner Report (

said his organisation ciation for the Advancement of warning that America is moving 9ge
has documented 15 cases In Colored People, the policeman toward "two societies, one Traditional family favor Choose from a vast 'array
which Negro employees believe will see us as concerned human> black, one white-separate and ite. Hull .irutt-nut tntcr e /*. of colorful woven straw 1ge tie J
beings and not Just as cromestatistics. Tucker said "U we
unequal, ,
they were improperly laid off. ." He said police ...hand rolled and covered 83 Eiu.h 'Iota contain hollow milk Iwskcts filled with manh-.
He stated further that ".ppro- are going to close the gap, it cMeolutrran, in iniall to lameInt.
should be Invited to cmmunlty that have to havea with creamy null ilioco- mallow bunnies, creme.
priate action will be taken in the means we got I I*. luuh II wrapped in wild 3 99 I
Federal Courts" meetings and the like. single society." late. Floral decoration. color or brightly patterned foil eggs, jelly beans and toys! .
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.Frederick Anthony Reddy, (center), 17-year old Tampa, Florida honor student Is presentedwith *. The family Lute treat Huwf>r. bit in a colorful has top hat I talU.Hollow chocolate. lul. candy tutu and a marl toy. sand piukaK<'. Milk cln aw.
a four-year college scholarship from Continental Can Company, by Armand R. Zazueta .
'(left), manager of Contiental's Tampa plant A.J. Ferrell, principal, TAMPA'S Middleton High .
School, looks on, while Frederick receives the scholarship awarded as part of the National WOOLWORTH S .
Avhlevement Scholarship Program and designed to seek out honor, and encourage the nation's. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOM AT WWOOL.--.H..II.' .
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I. i- 'EM-I NINE Tampa Continental Student Can Receives AwardA


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full four-rear scholarship has been awarded to Frederick
Antony Reddy, a 17-year old senior at Tampa's Mlddleton High
School by Contlental; Can Company.The .
Scholarship presented Explorer scam) post for boy
at a part of the National Achievement Interested In becoming physi
!Jewlry Glows Smoothly And Uniforms For Hertz Scholarship Pro- cians.

.gram's award designed to seek, Reddy, currently president of
Makes Fashion'A Gentle Aid out honor, and encourage the both Mlddleton HIA's Student
nation's outstanding Negro secondary Council, and the'Episcopal
and private schools Council of St. James Episcopal
Fashion this and Trifarl matches
Is in a gental moo3 sprint is well
students. Reddy received his Church, liked by his fellow
the feeling with a collection of Jewelry thatfeatures soft colors, scholarship! certificate from students. His prlnclpaLUr.
femininity and 4s chock-full of allure. Clrly girls are back In 1' Hr. Armand R. Zazueta,manager AJ.Ferrell, says that "Fre
fashion, or have they Just been hiding?Cold,hard. chic has given / of Contlnentlal Can's Tam derick Is an exceptionally bright
way to the romantic approach An approach that knows no II pa plant, la a short presentation young man, and Is bound to do
age barrier,for the woman who wear their fashion with as much ti' $ir ;n wrv luncheon held recently in well in the future. He definitely
dash as their charming daughters,get the same message. Spring the Tampa Sheratot Hotel. shows strong leadership characteristics .
Is the season of romance. as In evident in
The softended feeling shows up dramatic Trlfarl's ceremfc Frederick, who hopes tobe- his activities."
particularly well In a ces- enamelled "Sea Treasures". com e a doctor, Is among 280 Frederick is a student teacher
sories, often called the poetry The delicate shadings delight students selected to receive the in English: physics, math analysis -
of the ensemble.Heels are high the eye in various pins; and college awards from more than and history, and member
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way to the romantic look pseudo pearls. In tact the I never thought I'd make It," player of his school and has
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by Ethel Moore t iw For those who like to lead A busy social life in spite of heavy

working schedules, shortcut Ideas for entertaining are always
Here are a few good food ideas from the Kraft Kitchens, in welcome.for .
time,to spark your lenten meals.The first is a hearty tuna loaf, r
topped with a velvety smooth cheese sauce,sure to please now a light refreshment, few Orange Cream Cheese Sandwio.
or anytime.The second is a budget-wiae meal,prepared in minutes things are as tasty and eye Filling u_
with packaged macaroni and cheese dinner and the thirdis r t ti
appealing as tea sandwiches.
1 1 package (Bon) cream cheesi
an elegant seafood specialty that'll bring you high praise t
from company as well as family One problem through Is the usual I 6 tablespoons thawed from
time consumed making and, concentrated for Imltatlot
\ t mixing the many different fillings -
4 orange Juice
51 ,
for variety.
necessary 2 tablespoon sugar
Y 1 ,r; Here's something from the 1/4 teaspoon salt '
pr 'x { 31 : good news department good >,l/4 teaspoon cinnamon
: \ basic filling mix with plenty of

; \ ___ tip and taste. Beat cheese until III1OO a; Add
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Orange Cream Cheese Sandwich remaining Ingredients; blend

Filling made with Birds wen, Chin, Spread on white,
6f Eye Awake Frozen Concentratefor while wheat, or brown bread.
r Imitation Orange Juice Is, Makes 1 to 1-1/2 cups fining,
the beginning of a wonderful'/.'enough for 24 to 32 tea sand f
variety of sandwich fillings. wiches.
Just by adding different Ingredients Nut Cream cheese Sandwich

to the basic filling, Filling as directed, adding I/I
and changing the type and shape cup chopped nuts to the cheese
4/ of bread, assorted tea sandwiches Ingredients. t
will appear almost like bate Dream Cheese Sandwich
? 4 magic. The texture of the filling
Is changed by merely adding, ,Prepare Orange Cream CneeM
chopped nuts: spread this onwhole Sandwich Filling as directed,
TUNA LOAF WITH VELVET SAUCE wheat bread to bring out adding 1/2 cup chopped nuts to
2 cups fresh bread crumbs 1 tablespoon chopped onion ,i the full nut flavor. An addition the cheese with other Ingredi
1-701.can tunadrained' 1 teaspoon salt of dates provides another tasty eats
cups:: ;i teaspoon pepper variety and Is especially good Fig Cream Cheese Sandwich
1H hot milk k Ib.V'elveeta PasteurizedH j on Boston Brown Bread. Chopped Fining: Prepare Orange Cram
S cup chopped celery Process Cheese Spread, r figs or flaked coconut are Cheese Sandwich Fining u directed .
eggs,beaten lUred "r t
2 tablespoons chopped U cup milk also good Ingredients to add to adding 1/S cop chopped
pimiento I : the basic recipe for a slightly figs to the cheese with other
sweet, texture fining. The addition Ingredients
Combine all but last
tt3o .tii.uhl into greased 8x4. of powder providesa Coconut Cream Cheese Sandwich
Inch loaf Bake *. hour. curry
pan. 1 with milk In t _+ wA
top of on' : stir until sauce I* smooth Pour Velvet I hint of the exotic to the filling Filling: Prepare Orange sCram
Sauce :loaf which has been turned out onto platter. and is best served on white Cheese Sandwich Filling
6 to 6 servings. bread. as directed adding 1/t cap

ELEGANT MACARONI CREME Choose one or all of the variations flaked coconut to tile.cheese

Prepare 1 package deluxe-type macaroni and cheese dinner """ ; you may even have with the other Ingredients.Curried .
a* directed on package. Cook 1 a-l. can sliced mushroom, The fellow who first flSeted fish certainly nao to be a genius. '/melded with other foods. Our specialty of the day is a oortsbing some Ideas of your own you'n Cream Cheese Sandwich .
drained and 2 tablespoons chopped onion In 2 tablespoonsmargarine This was the approach that opened the way to quick fish cookery appealing entree of tomato-cheese topped flounder fillets la addition want to tr>. Filling- Prepare Orange
until tender.Combine with I cup cooked peas,1 cup and easy sea food eating. Fresh tomatoes team well with about to the prime eye appeal and flavor of this slab, It will With this one good basic recipeants Cream Cheese Sandwich Filling '

meg half,.aa"na mix,well',4 I teaspoon and heat.salt Makes and a 4 serving dash of .pepper and nut. any variety of fish you can Dame It Is well known that tempting prove the solution on days when time has flown by, and you need can have a heyday creating as directed, adding to >teaspoons I
appearance, aroma taste must be the end results of an exceptional to prepare supper In a matter of minutes. Remember tomatoes pretty and Interesting fillings curry powder to 'the t
LOBSTER TilERMIDORU recipe. That's why Juicy, red fleshed, vitamin C and A- when you serve sea food salads, baked and broiled. fish entrees. for an attractive tray of tea cheese with other Ingredients. I
cup chopped onion 1 3-os.ran slicedMargarine rich tomatoes are so popular In mealtime preparation. Raw or They will add the special touch! sandwiches. i
mushrooms,drainedI ,
',* cups milk !4 cup shredded cooker, tomatoes bring out the highest in flavory pleasures when III
18-ci.pkp. Philadelphia I Parmesan cheese I DOLLAR
Brand; cream cheese 2 tablespoon chopped .. "YOUR
m cups cubed cooked parsley Dinner With A Turkish AccentYou ([

lobster '( teaspoon lilt a .

Cook onion In margarine until tender. In double boiler ,gradually BUYS MOREt.. .
add milk U> softened cream cheese, mixing until smooth III
and well blended. Add onion and remaining Ingredient. Heat
Serve with rice. 4 It'nlnJrl.rANCAKF..

SUPPER TREAT II
For this easy supper Idea, you'll need: 2 beaten egg, 2 BANNERNEASNEr'S
tablespoon milk, 2 tablespoon flour, '4 teaspoon salt I marKrine .
4 tomato ,lit... 2 tablespoons chopped parsley and '<
.. pasteurized process cheese spread cut In 4 slices
Combine egg, milk, flour and Mil mix until' well blended.: ... __ i
For each pancake, pour half of batter into hot, slightly
greased d-inch Cook until lightly browned Turn. Top MOOSE iS o iloRLFoouoRDEEw.w''M"
half of pancake with 2 tomato slices and I tablespoon chopped MAXWELL
parsley; continue cooking 3 minutes Cover with 2 slices of
Velveeta; fold over and rook until cheese melts. Enough for 2
servings, double recipe a* needed.

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nestled on a bed of pilaf. The rice be made In almost 5 9 c
meal In dish AVOry can "
This recipe make what Is a* close to a a a* any RiM I. .
It take to Sesame with beet
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Cheddar cheese are all you need to round out this family dressing mix about S minutes ',-,... DETERGENT MOKE FOOD ORDER
dinner menu. Vinegar water and salad eU I medium or 4 large '" fJ ,
This main dish U named for the verdant valley of Western mushroom rap (outlonal) .
Oregon and Washington beans of the Blue Lake 1 pound lean lamb cut In ':)
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and serve sausage S cup biscuit mix
aalad mix with vinegar water, and salad oil HAMS
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I can (l Ib. rack) cut Blue | tablespoon melted butter
aa directed on envelope Pour over lamb In small pan or bowLCover 35ca' J' I
lake variety green beans margarine
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1 1 Ib. 1 ) cream style 1 mixed herbs (ore- ."
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sprinkle with herb Roll up from long aide; cut Into 12 slices. from the rice mix to the marinade In saucepan. Briar to a full 'DOLLAR SPECIALS'roR '
Place each slice a cut-side down onto hot vegetable mixture. boil. Stir in rice mix. Cover; remove from heat. Let stand 1 ,
Bake 15 to 30 minutes longer until biscuits arc golden. minute Stir In parsley. Spoon onto serving platter and top with
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I : BURGER Ill Ornette Coleman, a wide-eyed t
talented youth with a horn who
f '. settled In New York In the fall
' of 1959, left his home In Texas
CASTLE a with a vision or rather "a new
J ti } thing.'
fj't? S o'6new was his vision, that his
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: was "way out", while others
, : r -\1\% 'ti. 'Jti' t considered"true soul."he Just didn't have

Despite these criticisms,
: fJt tlNEW1): Coleman nnassumedly went

about his music seriously and
! -.7i ..-: several years later, found him-
'", UIAKTTRUTFRIED self and his leda vindicated. He
" \ 'SIR LUNCH '0 lOT' I bad really become an Innovator
of something profound and different -
1 In Jan-thlj new thing
CHICKEN which has become known as
f "avant-grade Jan."
He had made the grade.Everyone -
1 1.. DINNER 3 PIECES OF CHICKEN COLE FItEH04 SLAW fRIES ROLU 97 uptown and downtown" began
to "get with him. Even If they

2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Cfclckti 210 they didn't pretended understand they his were music"dig,',

ging" It.Along .
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3. BUCKET 375 ; came his New York debut -
of 15 Pieces of Chicken at the Five Spot, when be

i. 'shook up the Jaw'world, The

4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 brothers talked, while their
cousins from uptown hailed
f 2 Coleman as a dynamic new talent -
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The Artra Scholarship Award for 196ft-presented under the Also pictured are STANDING,SECOND FROM RIGHT) Donald fact, the music of Coleman
t U ,.. auspices of the United Negro College Fund-Is warded to Robert L. HolloweU, President, National alumni Council, United Negro 'recorded and released on RCA
........... &eMIIMt'Ae.rd'w Andrew DeLeon! a sophomore at Atlanta'! Morehouse College College FundTANDINGRIGHTHaroldParU; ) ,President of the Victor's Red Seal lablel shows
..,.. .........,1' (STANDING,SECOND FROM LEFT). Making the presentation on Pre-Alumnl Council; and (SEATED, FOREGROUND) Mrs. Bar- vivid imagination Really this
,, ,r,. ""_ ...,,,,__ behalf of the Artra Cosmetics Division Pharmaco,Inc., Kenll- bara King, Community Services. Presentation was made at the boy has class and the ethereal
( .,,.It-.r''f' ", '' .................. worth, New Jersey, is Alan B. Cowley, Pharma Brand Manager. 22nd Annual Conference of the National Alumni Council of UNCFat quality of his Saints and Soldi-
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CHICKEN DINNERI holding veloped.the The office office was, or known person as dlcapplng system will be used 5,000 travel agents throughout '

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the years since its European the Bahama Reef Yacht and Freeport, Grand Bahama Island,
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Adoptions In Family Plan Scores Congress's ViewThe '

CHICAGO White adaptive parents of two dark-skinned girls Honorable Majorle M. Lawson former Associate Judgeof
of Negro-white family backgrounds told a meeting of social Juvenile Court in the District of Columbia and U.s. Representatives -
scientists here that adoption of socially unadoptable children on the Social Development Commission of the United
"1s an idea:.whose time has come" nations called upon 250 delegates to a LINKS Inc. regional
Mr. sad Mrs. Kenneth Know meeting In Virginia last week-end to make "t'omn Power"the
Ron of Plainfield NJ., explained their children are comfortableand brldee across the many cans in American society.
the of the need happy. -
urgency "Relationships with people ii Judge Lawson referred to the
for real homes for parentless poverty representatives from
children outside the home are another "gap between youth and adults; 'rural and urban Virginia com-
."Increasing numbers of home- matter," they said."Here each the economic gap between haves .munitles.
less children and the inadequacyof (adopting) family has to make its and have nets; th racial and ethnic Describing the "grave danger,
institutional and traditional own accommodations to the prejudice gap between blacks and of losing the was on the home
foster care make it impera- of relatives friends and whites; the credibility gap bet- front vs. Ignorance, disease,
1 live" they told the annual the society." ween promises made by governments crime and poverty "Judge
meeting of the American Ortho- They said ttey found little preJudIce and their ability or Lawson called for .1 a commitment -
psychiatric Society.Knowlton among their friends and failure to deliver." to our fellow citizens
a research many of them "remarked that A& She was the keynote speakeron In the barrios and ghettos that
scientist, and his wife,a college they wish they had thought of k a panel discussion that included we shall walk together, talk,
instructor, live in an Integrated the idea before their child quota 7 ; Mrs. LaDonna Harris together sacrifice together.Let .
neighborhood. They have three YU fUTrd" ,t .1R pEt Chairman of the Women's Advisory -. the word go forth to friend
boys born to them along with Council on Poverty for and foe like that we too have
the adopted girls. Negro Bus Owner the Office of Economic Opportunity Joined th War vs Poverty and

The boys are 11, 10, and 3, and Mrs. Mildred Rob- we shall not stop fighting until
the girls, both of whom were bins, President of the National a victory won."
Checked For Tai Council of Women of the U.s.A. .
adopted at 1 year of age, now! One foe Judge Lawsonreferred
6 and 5. Links, Inc., a national Negro to was Congress, which she
The knowltons said fewer than NEW YORK-NPr: evasion % women's organization has a- blamed for having more "con
10 per cent of the adoptable charges have been filed dopted a national policy.of cern for property and things"than
Negro and part-Negro child against Dr. Thomas W. Matt- ., "maximum feasible participation "Compassion for people."
hew, founder of unfranchlsed in the War on Poverty."
ren In the United States are ft the war in Vietnam stopped
bus lines and other self-help The week-end brought together -
adopted and the rest are "lost
usually to a succession: of foster projects.The members of the group and 100 CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
charges represented more 'e i, rt
homes or institutions.
"Children of part-Negroherl- trouble for the quixotic neurosurgeon t TOO DON'T RAVE TO GO TO TOWN TO GET
whose bus lines have
tage are presently mosttUffkott
been challenged In New York's
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to place in all t
our states;Hawaii "

Included, and In Canada;they courts.In a three-count Information LOW PRICESDRUG
art harder to place than white'ch11dren
who fled in Brooklyn by U.S. Attorney -

handicapped." are seriously. Joseph P. Hoey, Dr. .. .... ...---

Telling of their own experience Matthew to was file ace federal sued Income of neglecting ATLANTA: tlel Walker (left), sates and marketing representative In thai division; Garland Riddle, Nortll-we ten State College, STORE NEEDS

the Knowltons said all tax returns for' 1961, 1962. and The Savannah Coca-Cola Bottling Company, is shown Natchltoches, La., winner in the college division; and keynote
following the presentation of awards sponsored by his company Dennis : Information
196) speaker, Askey, U.S. Agency, Washington,
on Income totaling $106,
$200,000 Given 003. during the recent annual Press Institute and Workshop Savantnab D.C., who received a plaque for "Dedicated Service" Ia the N S to r'e
trade with Your elghborhood Smug
(Ga.) State College. The recipients are left to right): Myra of Journalism.
The Internal Revenue service Frank,, Alkon (!South Carolina I Hlcfi"_" School. m_ BC Is still Investigating Dr. Matt- PAPERS. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescrip
College By hew's income subsequent to Chicago (fret Negro
1963, It was disclosed. Virginia's Negro
Carl S. Swisher Dr. Matthew reportedly told "Big Daddy" Powell ReturnsTo Police Sergeants tions.Dixie

federal officials be would not Sheriff Found Dead cmCAGO-NPJ-Two black Pharmacy
Bethune-Cookman College of pay taxes on the Income until
NY Civil WarNEW police sergeants Fted Rice,
Forecasts
Daytona Beach has received a the National Economic Growth CHARLES CITY VA.- Vlr-
$200,000 grant from Carl S. and Reconstruction organisa gtnala's first Negro sheriff, Jr., and Lee Harvey, have been
Swisher, Jacksonville philanthropist lion (NEGRO), which be founded YORK "Big Daddy" Powell, better known u Dam James N. Bradby of Charles promoted to lieutenants. 1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE
and a trustee of the repays him money advanced Clayton Powell, Ex-Congressman Powell. The Defiant Powell, .City County, was found dead In Their appointments Increasethe
schooLDr. to start the organisation. Powell the Exile,Saturday at midnight rode Into New York for- his car In a wooded area of Dumber of Negro police lieutenants Pill 353.5591PAY
Richard V.Moore,the college NEGRO operates bus lines In mer stomping grounds Invaded Harlem,on the shoulders of admirers the county yesterday In the city to 10. The

president said that the South Jamaica,Queens and Harlem surrounded by thousands of white and black supporters, Dr. F.W. Woodward, u as police department lour of them has five district black YOUR, LIGHT, WATER( AND
proposed $150. OO college library despite a court order obtained blasted the Johnson administration grinned, grimaced, argued exami-ner captains
will be named "The CarlS. by the city. The organi and, with all the arts of oratory and psychology known to him said death appeared to be commanders and the other a TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
Swisher Library. The library saline recently opened u advertising alone, as one of the world's greatest, most controversial figures suicide by carbon monoxide watch commander.
which also received a agency In Manhattan. told the world that "A Civil War" will come this sum- poisoning. A green garden
federal grant of Illl.MS, will Other NEGRO operations are mer, but explalnd that this "Revolution" will not be a black hose was taped to the exhaust( Old Presents
have space of 150,000 volumes Interfaith Hospital In Jamaicaand versus whit thing. pipe of the car and led through Taylor : Ingenious, Americans

Construction Is scheduled to chemical textile, and paint Adam Clayton Powell came and allowed him to go tree with a wlmdow vent which was also -' ____ .,. "'
begin October 19. factories In Queens and In Pit- back to Harlem, facing the the understanding that Powell sealed"with tape. .., ., .
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Swisher stated that be had tsburgh. much publicized matter of would Immediately appeal the State-police said BradbyS8, .
visited the school recently on ,embarassment for Congress contempt of courtcltatlens in wh6 tan as an Independent and ., *
a tour of inspection and had t rand contempt of court, as well. the State Appeals Court.: defeated the veteran Democratic VM. v4'4- I +,
learned that construction of the Wilkins Says Civil u the matter of failure to pay The agreement was reached, sheriff last November, f''
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new college library was held up libel suit monies with any re-. slnced Powell had been was found in.civilian clothes a r" ,
tor lack of funds. gularity. brought to court by a woman slumped in the front seat of TJ ( r eat t..l":' i
"They had raised all the money Rights Act Is Good Thousands yelled, "Daddy's called byhlma"BagWoman." his car.
except for $200,000.1 decided back." He had defied seven courts or- Commonwealth's Attorney '
then I could be of assistanceto NEW YORK-"The coverage Bareheaded and smiling at ders. Madison Macon Jr. said the :.,:
the college," he said. of the 1964 Civil Rights Act Is $'.great accoladeol greetings The ex-congressman was sherlffwho had been In office \ I
Swlshers philanthropies have significantly broadened an4 accorded him, the handsome, flanked by more than 12 "Soul since only Jan. 1, apparently: ,'
assisted several Florida colleges made meaningful to people of somewhat grayer, former Bi- Brother." He told white news was not having any dlfflcul'ties ; 1
notable Jacksonville University whatever economic status," mini resident, stood at the men In his Abyslnnla Baptls\ with his Job. Macon went f
The Bolles School and NAACP Executive Director Roy Theresa Hotel and shouted: Church that "You old people to the scene. I
St. Johns Country Day School. Wilkins said after the Supreme "Cu you hear men." Rain, better get in line" He said be Bradby defeated MJ).Lamp- .
"Education of the young Is of Court ruled that proprietorswho falling steadily did Dot dimADAM will later go to Oxford,England kin who had been sheriff for ,
paramount importance to our discriminate must pay law- to organise world youth."I 43 years by a vote of 1,25110. i
community, our state and yers' fees if Negroes take their preach black leadership, 615 In the predominantly Negro ,' ..
nation," be said.NAACP case to court and win. for .white young people. We county 15 miles southeast '* ,-.. ,.J
The ruling, "makes possible welcome them u troops, of Richmond. "' a ,
Happy for poor persona denied serviceto said the ex-solon.
lie *. !#
without fear of having
suit
file
The griumphan march to Harlem
About New to pay legal fees beyond their followed the court session r t.'
means," the NAACP leader ad- in the Judge's home. He NAACP Head Speaks
School RulingNEW ded. The Supreme Court decision had faced arrest since 1966. I
reversed the findings of He was re-elected April 11 to
YORK-+'Tbe new HEW the United States Court of Appeals the seat from which he was At U. Of Alabama

desegregation poilcy...wW help for the Fourth Circuit la ejected. He did not try to regain e
Eliminate de facto school segregation Richmond, Va. it. He has spent 22 years TUSCALOOSA, Ala.-Some 1
In states not previously Those who are discriminated In Congress and was chairman 2,000 University of Alabama ':
covered by.'the. Department's against serve "the public In-' of the powerful House of Education students turned out Thursday v( ),L '" ,:,t' \ : ,4,
guidelines according terest" by going to court, said : Committee, was boI5 night March 21, to hear Roy 'Oi". lenq ; -\ -
to Executive Director the 8-to-O unsigned ruling of large group of office workers Wilkins, exeuctive director of
Roy Wilklns. He was referring handed down oa March 18. and occupied one of .the the National Association for the
to a new policy statement of the The ruling grew out of a request CLAYTON POWELL finest office suites in the Capi Advancement of Colored Charles Richard Drew ((1 )
Department of Health, Education for an injunction to prohibit tol. People, speak on current civil 05..J950)I
and Welfare, announced on racial discrimination at the enthusiasm of the rntllnij A Jacksonville daily uses the rights issues. The meeting was
March It. Under this policy 1 1 y. eating establishmentsowned throngs, which reminded New the title Representatives Po- under auspices of a campus
northern school districts must by Piggle Park Enter Yorkers of earller.days when well. In u article there he is group (known u "Emphasis
end segregation caused by factors prises in South Carolina. conquers and heroes came into reported to have said that there. '68." ,.
other than housing pat- Presumably because of his recent the metropolis. will be a civil war of black
terns and must take steps to association: with the Justice Powell's hearers hung onto against the structure. I He found a way to save
assure Negro children same Department, Supreme Court every word. When he said,. As soon u be hit the streets "Unlles1 IUSSI
educational advantages u white Justice Tfaurgood 1Iarha1141d "Sock It to 'em" the crowds of.Harlem, the orator said that ,
children. not participate in the decision. went Into frenzied yeUing.Tbe non-violent, days are over.He 'Ib\ man born with the gift. lives by saving blood.
preacherpolitician, ,It was further sajd, "I'm no longer Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon
Islsprrt said, was'well protected by Georgia. It Is through God '
Martin Luther King saying ,
When needs of Howard Medical
someone a couple plots at University
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sober-faced Black Power surgery
enthusiasts. that I can remove all evil conditions -
"We shaD overcome.
of blood for a transfusion, his doctor School,Dr,Drew trained and encouraued,
some questions you may simply telephones the local blood bank hundreds of doctors. Under his
old tobowJt young
SISTER BESSIE Fifty-nine years a veteran wish
politician, a minister Negro Mayors Given and the proper type and Quantity will be strong and inspired leadership the enrollment
She will read lour entire life--past, present and I and a several times former Du IUU NEED MONEY? therein minutes.wetake this for granted.But at Howard swelled
future. She asks no questions but will tell you! husband, Powell was'nonchalant Rosswarm B MY SICKNESS NATURAL? what most of us don't realize is Shortly after the war, Dr. Drew was
what you want to know, giving date and facts of I defiant and provocative. Citations CAN MY HUSBAND STOP. that only twenty.five years ago this simple named Surgical Consultant for the
business, love health and family affairs. Will I The DRINKING? phone call was impossible. UnltedStatesArmy.Thenayearl.terhlsIt
Re chose every word with the NEW YORK-(NPI>-
help you find lost art TELL you whom you will I usual effecUYeness.Th1s Ume nation's three black big-city CAN MY LOVE ONES Bft RETURNED was not until 1941 that Dr. Charles career was brought to an abrupt halt by
marry and when. If the one you love is true, what not attired Powell, the 1968 ? Drew, then director of the British Blood his untimely death in an automobile
sartorially are
mayors among
be successful. Will reunite the separated Plasma Project, introduced the revolu accident.
to do to Russ-
soaked to the skin in the rain selections for the annual
locate absent: friends and relatives, sob cause I Ihappiness radiated his historical spirit, wurm Awards of the National I, They call ma the (Rodman). tionary idea of a central depository for Dr. Charles Drew left an enduring
between and wife. Make lover's blood-a blood bank mark in fields He had been an
man up of confidence. He was In his Newspaper Publishers usocla-' But I am only a servant of Goo\ many
quarrels. Tells, U sickness or bad luck Is natural ',' shirtsleeves. tions. because God Is the answer to Drew next step was to improve the outstanding athlete and coach, a magnetic
enemlnes evil influence and bad luck. Does 1 His was not unexpected Mayors Richard Hatcher of ill life's probelms. I am the, methods of preserving blood.And.as the speaker, an inspiring teacher and
not tell to pleas you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay: appearance. His supporters a- Gary and Carl Stokes of Cleveland Kind of all Day Prophet Sendor first director of the American Red Cross dynamic administrator, a gifted scientist
yon for disappointments In all others I not only read your life waited him. HIIattorDe1HenWWIams were honored for becoming my special selected: Bible Blood Bank, he supplied much needed and, above all, a skilled surgeon.
Ilk*' an open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. ry made arrangements the first Negroes in historyto verses. To be read on SPECIAL plasma to the .United States Armed Memorials and monuments arc unnecessary -
Come and see why yon are so unhappy, when everything seems for his surrender and serve u elected chief executives DAYS. Forces. for that simple phone call
to fo wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick ana worried his subsequent quick release of major cities. Send a self-addressed,stamped But it was not only in the banking of serves as a constant reminder of the
when you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting to parol. Washington's Mayor Walter envelope**! $2.00 for Bible blood that Dr. Drew made his mark. In momentous contributions Dr. Charles
TUB GIFTED MEDIUMI! E"rJbod1w.kom.NOMAILAlG- Nil appearance.was.:.drama- Washington was cited for his verses and spiritual Message the 1930's, as a professor and head of Richard Drew made to the world.
WERED/.make. no house calls. Don't mistake the address, tic. He arrived late In the night "distinguished" service In his You will receive Bible verses
bessie is located north of Callahan on U.S. I 1 OLD TAYLOR
tester ; by plane and surrendered to appointed position. by return mall.
1/Z mile frnm City of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone 879-2250 New York Supreme Court Among those also honored are SEND TO KENTUCKY STRAIGHT,BOURBON

WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE Judge Arthur Markewkh.Thls Pearl Bailey, currently starring Rev. Roosevelt Franklin KENTUCKY AICHt OUMON WHISKEY,M MOOT THE OlD TAYlOR DISTUU CO.,fRANKFORT S lOOIVUU KY.
Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTELOpen In the smash hit (30 Morrow Avenue.
Is
dally 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., including Sundays. was Ninetieth fronortbejlldp'shomtat and Riverside '"Hello Dolly Broadway" and Tom Hawkins ,' Macon Georgla41301t Mould you like to own this handsome sculptured bust of Dr.Charles' Richard Drew It's 8"tall, mode of I
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bronze cost stone, and carries the complete1 Dr** It costs $300 (which Is what It |
THE CLIPPING ENTILESnrdU: TO A $5. READING for 32. Drive, Just before midnight of the Los Angeles Lakers, .1 speclallte in all case work. antique story
Judge Markewich held the who Is founder of Athletes for Phone area codA!Dl .'l45-M'l5. costs us), Send check or money order tot Old Taylor Box 4865.Grand Central Sta..N.Y., N.Y, 10017.

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I Eugene Butler High's ,Glenn Kleckley Qualifies For Ohio Glove Meet <




Terry Willians Of Eartha General Davis Is Gridiron Strategy I Nester. Mmrlcks Enrell .



White Center Suffers Loss CLARK RaceWar AIR FORCE Critic BASE. i 1 ; Player.As One Of' The Greatest

tlen Kleckley a Eugene Butler High School student, qualified The Phlllipplnes-(NPI)-U. f f JAM DCOO-Ovta. Btsw, svsftM's AD-Lerkso: raM I..

for the National A.A.U. Boxing Championships in Mauraee.Ohlo, Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.,- c.-.. BathaU Wr tt sx. year .has signed wh I'

on April 4,5,6, by winning the State A.A.U.nnals here last Sat believes his presence in the ...... De ....... Isrt+s..d Aa8OCWSea. n. aaoeeil ...'

urday. Far East has helped disprove .,..,..,. II ......

Kleckley 18 years old, woo a frost Jacksonville Beach District, and the non-whites contention are that on a whites collision"and 1 6y.e- has tow eyed toverks w- 600. The choice ...abe a
Julias Guiayard,
unanimous decision onr fast lea Diegs MIl .. Behr lkm- e.laflip with fte BfeJtJKr MMs. -
ford Jefferles of the St.Peters- Chairman, Jax Recreation De- course. } Bares.
The nation's only black general e fee Aawkia ... averaged 3M tsr Llama
burg Police Athletic League latin partment. drib whkh
Coach Guinyard complimented commands the 13th Air Force, 'tIftIaa Me W1...& was B4eMtol -
127-pound open class. This for extra cooperation "RuorbaJde" which has it headquarters in the The maIt Heine.. Bas atU the ..-.. tf"
was his first amateur match. fee 1CAA national Qa. ...
Jackson. Arthur Mitchell Philippines. bm_. to to .ton If .SN. *
He fought clever fight accordIng -
stay Ntraat. le to tmaKayvlUe
General Davis said he Imagined -
to Julius Guiayard, his and Tim ford.Arlhnr that being a Negro makesa S J Le, Be sesn. MM

coach. difference in dealing with host points Airtag the hut S..-.
Morris Reeves another Jack- Ashe Gets a FAMU SweepsMtrehtttt
> countries fire more thaw the recer. set
sonville youth,won the 154 pound "It's clear that Asians are IY % ''sy Fmk Setvy ef fans i S*

championship la the apeacYae, Lead Over EmersonNEW proud to be Asians, and resentful nil ,
Reeves, 19 years old, represented of some western attitudes !II byes Pea to cemsJns I -
the Jessie Street
Boys YORK- U. Arthur Ashe, and some Western MstlaMoabaskeAaB.to .
Home. He won a split decision-
riding behind the force of a blistering practices." ne Rarlela Qdtro/ht.N1
over James Rumph of the Earth serve, methodically "There is just a short bop, :. 22-1 Viet." get Hayes ake, tat tar BBS*.
White Community Center In the : '
quered Roy Emerson of Australia step and Jump from Asian ... The Recfcetsi ka4sat.ts|..
dlvlslo.most exciting bout of the open ...., ...., "-5, Saturday conscientiousness to relating ATLAjrTAherMa ATsMttoftstnerahreMrtleaBC ef-,_ ter tall psasw.efcn '

St. Petersburg won the night to win the men's final of to color problems in the United ptyK tlmwee 1..... sla amd B.a byes slap siUarrersity lion.
open the Madison Square Garden International States and to some i of ...; tessM
division team championship establishing .... rmr (4ftaK Bm ....--
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tennis tournament. common bond between otter Gwrp
with 13 points followed
Eartha White,Center with kytbe 11 Tat United States made a complete than white people," he added. fktIr1...,-.....- ... ef the GkMretaan ssJSV
\ and Jessie Street Boys' Rome, sweep of the Indoor com- The general commands 60,000 ...mod/. Celts ". I Is mosey MIJM vnsssuw
with five.Eartha peUttoa u little Nancy Rlcbey Air Force personnel and has ... .. are folag. to to. .....* I
brooch down her second giant responsibility for about the v. LLwAwhew tlpellr'.1tat.fM .etifer,Hater Marts*, ens
White Center won the'Novice while Stuart Millar's "Paper Lloa whlca atari Ala Aide Lave .
fflmtac ,
Between scenes
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In as nights by beating number of Asian civilian Maverick*, was ar...nd /r
many same c-: ... flaws rar
Team title with 20 Lions football team Bill Cottrell and .
Roger *
points Button and members of the Detroit professional ,
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7-5 male he l eflar CsBsfJa
Australia's Judy Tegart, workers. He formerly was U.1. all higher
and Boca Raton was second witk In a of chess. "Paper Lion" based on George Plimpton' best- r- PselumwY.m1.
Brown are engaged game .
"-5 for the women's championchip. and United Nations commanderIn remi the theory MhMarity >
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10. released United Artists Corporation & Transamerica Corporatist
book will be
Other results followed a the. .. South Korea. selling by n...... lawar tor.. wars asl aJM a Is.
MIle didn't lose a service years. TtoBMsaferoffteGsstrotUrs -
Novice Division Tai WBajesy wtowy ..flt.t *
Eartha White Centerlost Gary Jaekwxt to Peter throigheat the match which Elvin Hayes Denies He Forward e( Bve attotors ,castot spesuto sagpiiil that laytiBBMd '.
Jimmy lasted almost 11/2 hours while' Outstanding the war. tor I ....n. son tan With ttl C;IIIIt
MallDlncciBocaRaton. registering one break of his a Mv.ho.wl''fnrterssaMM Qwgle.tM trotters if for a* men tha/ef. 3

close Slaughter fight from 111 Jimmy pOMda Smith1, WOll'a own U each let. Accepted Any Bonus Money ne IliNlMea ehsetLahr ,,",-=-. ..

le 11 .... The Trailers mre er/
Both from Earths '
are White. Will H, ScHENECTADY Elvis. shy seta tttlereslrlrAlefesdor -'.,,
irvin Cohen 147 pom don defeated Hayes .T<- Hayes emphatically denied a > weep- ....
Alvorda Ferfosoa both of charge by the Houston Mavericks that the San Diego Rocket.that ih r 1'v
Eartha White. I the San! Diego Rockets slipped money to him while he was' .r.s ef 1 I 8Apra ...-. .. ..... IMa
'In an exhibition Match Jimmy Ol I.y ..Ip I c. [tie is playing for toe University of Houston. 1 1 0 "Tans a4 WOT Rayve,

McFadden won over George" EAST HA 'TFORu, Conn,- The 6-foot-91/2, 2Z.year-old 1.-. 1., I 'tI
offered him the 1750,000 Mor- .
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Austin both of White Leroy An-Amerlc Elvis Ha who with San of 1 *
:el, Hares'Il&ned Diego rew said Thursday that Mavericks .. > *
.James, 139, lost to Jimmy has be. critic! *1 for passing the National Basketball Association 'R ww 1 1.
were willing to pay Hares c....., 1 1
Syldsley of Boca Ratoa.In op the Olymp'c! basketball Wednesday and is expected .
the open Division Norman trials, said Saturday night be to receive 1440,000over for three years. b I set ,; LmYong Mt I Edwards Waters
HAYES of
the
College Player
Goings, St. Petersbw&acored will help the U.S. team with four years. .. I 4 1la.aeh
the Year came to this area for .
only knockout in the tournament mooe,. Singing drew a declaration of ,.e.s 1 I 1 "
exhibition with the Stan '
by'knocking out Steve Hayes, who signed a pro con "all-our war"against the NBC of Texas games ; ... .- ... 1. 1 Win Track MM!
i, Joca of Jaz Beach U the tract this week with the San by T.C. Morrow president of u. I ,
second Mu Shapiro San Diego scout
I Diego Rockets of the National the Mavericks in the American CUtortCM I IWan. s
round. In
the S
heavyweight traveling with him, claimed the e1ai. sea I 1Mr lophoaMre Elrer Greewwahe
division Hydra Basketball Association, said Basketball Association.At .' j .
Lacey of St. Houston Mavericks were mere- i -. 1 O. 100-,.ed fesfc aad (to I**
received .
receipts .
Petersburg upset hijy-rata4 by a touring a news conference la Houston .e
ly seeking publicity s W thee avden/tnttl..
Terry WlUianuof Earth White tear be leads were earmarked Morrow said the Rockets trial I I. J-
NBA Commissioner Walter .. t tU Yens. 1 ward Waters Goth** ee t/
Center. for the Olympic team. had given Hayes at least $5,000
denied earlier that o' e4s
Kennedy ..
hoar
tsl
a 1 1 victory M Ttojaraeaptaretf
Tournament was sponsored by "Every cent from this 10- 30 days ago, while Hayes still Hayes had received any suck '
the Snyder Memorial National game tour of ours U going to was playing college" ball. Rockets President e/tt Holy I .1 a SNr4easilrttfeSMet
payment at Uckawaam fart last
Guard Armory with the U.s. Olympic Fund," the Hayes told a news conference :
eooperatloa the In the
Robert Breltbard Joined t. .
e.
f .e.+ ataNay aJUnoo.
of the Jacksonville 6-foot-9 former University of la Schenectady that San Diego l.
Recreation .e .e ..
deDIa1. .
Department. Houston player told DI..mea. had not approached him before = .m e r r hB Creesv a 1 traAarte of MrW'abert
; Breltbard rejected Morrow'sstatement ee lie .t1 I. lap Icteel, iMtsrii
3r'eB
Co-directors were John Joca, The team nets about $.500a the NCAA game In Los Angeles would .
State last that his team I I iaa .a 10 -yaH. .Mh ta Mew* ,..
AAU. be said. Saturday was over.
Boxing Chalraaa game, He also said Houston never had have paid$750,000 to sign Hayes .. S I 1tar. salt aM .tees .e 'kar )Hari 1
\ \ M "Thev can offer him a million i 1 1Mlri wD a 1w of 21,1 ...... -

now that be'. out,their I' 1alee.r IWC ace..taM 7f passs
reach. I could sell bananas for 1 1 1 while ,..... CaDege stlMS "
15 a pound if I had any bull," Lairs 1 1Yip droMaa placed. secoM .. '

Breltbard sail I I SBI 44 potato. ...... Mala kan .
k 4 1 1 aa4 Florida ...... etfSt.

1. 0 Aaga iM grabtod ....
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r W- lselea fl I 1 raced to victory ka 6h*
I Athletic Director and Basketball Coach, Filter fcrf .m < .,.
lJ Smell I S 11I-, dull with a HA
i'41i Florida Memorial College Lions basketball star tor- .
'w gratulates t cold Portor brake sha ass*
ward, Sylvester Slngletary for his achievement of outstandlngfor- FlorM AAM Totol aft r h r the fto wi" a tin or....
In the South Eastern Athletic Conference during the W1-4I
ward Nil IIhh Lad, Arthw Fergusoajrst ......:'.
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". Florida and la a senior majoring In Elementary Education. The ...aii.e CiHige. .. r h wsa a ln.5.:

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and business officials from a means of preserving story 11sl

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The seeser/s ; ;' Is being sponsored by the Mont-' Corps, "To promote and preserve -
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Milton, Jones,, Hazeltoii AndAshcroft Coach Lang And FAMU Record 'Setters 61 CADILLOITIONtO.. .. ., .,.. .. .. ... ..... .. .,.toot

88 'tJI K I ''r ro'l\ e1 FD{,IsnJT'

Are Top On Field 68 cHIW.'WP A: 'W&t' ffmWlb.ae 9S

65 Ft 500oGrA1r.INDITNNrlD) (! ..HVIUtYI. .. .HVllltY. 1895.Nt
TALLAHASSEE FLA.Florida AM University made clean r.g : ;qNdATIf lIJ1 IAT. .
sweep of the 18th annual sports carnival recently taking Drat 67 F RffGAL X '500qr r.4; : :.fss

place honors pn track, baseball tennis, and golf. t l N 1t"1I '1 'nA. ItADID a HATIIt, POWI"

67 i RO rt'.. ..... .. .. .. ...$2695
struck out nine In
track
enroute to his and field, the Rattlers '
ERRp0 y' rI'rt lP TJ TtR1.f 1i'n'h'tIlADIO a NlAT
first win of the N0.
Th literally
Rattlers now season. ran away from their 67 CH V. WAtte ASS. .... .... .. ..$2995
are 2-2 regular opponents, racking up nine first $ ,season play and 2-0 In the South places; six second plates and CRIEF'i .$2095

ern Interolleglate-Athletic Con- four thirds for a total of 64 / ? SW fWWoW1"I "' AIR' CONOT.ON.D..
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ATSWellnlvertcompedtt 67 !fUSf'ANG vs ,. .12395
AI| ,.CONDITION!* AUTOMATIC TRANI. poweRTIiNINS..
Nine Returnees sity of Greensboro', N.C. 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III V-8 .$2695
Relay records were shatteres AUTOMAT R!I.t It ITfl. IR'' OHO. /ACT.WAR' ANT'n
as Eugene Miltoa Major Ha- 63 FORD UALAXIE 500 WUPE ... .. .. ....., nil

Will BolsterOpportunity telton James and Nanthanlel James and I s- 65 VIRA EA TIFULtARWITNNIWRlCONDITIONEDMOTOR.. .$2595
James Ashcroft put AI N tT1 NED '
on their finest performance c 65 C Htf VROLE'I EMPXA: COUPE. ... ..$1995
since they ; I AIR I COND.
started
running together 67 R1B'L R77bA1 iC kb $2295
as the 440 and 880 --- :;.. ,
relay Yes TOMATIC. RtM A O Y WARRANTY
GREENSBORO N. C--With team two years ago as sophomores :111 53 .. : 9r" !61t! D i ....w

nine valuable returnees from In the 440 they ran &: M OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROMWi
last season, TbaSebaU coach 40J' one and five tenth secondfaster TAlIl U'l"n8lDo' :\ M\I..U.\ .
Mel Groomes said the Aggles than Johnson C. Smith
could find themselves In the rr, ,
University who came In second.

thick. of another championshiprace. in'880 relay they set another R. S. EVANS3rd

record with a winning time of t
"This should definitely be our ..
1,25. ..

best Grooraes season u Intouryears"said ALT prepared tot Other records set by FAMU L- -__ uu_ _._A ._:Y & MAIN
included: high Jump -6-8 3/4 -
> b e n a ragged 18-game by Kenneth Brown and the 440 RECORDS SET AT FAMU SPORTS CARVTNAL-Florida AIM, respectively Q-r) James Ashcroft, Eugene Illlton, Major Ha-
schdule. "For one thing wehave intermediate hurdles in 54 seconds University set records In the 440 and 880 relays In the 18th annual telton, Nathaniel James, and coach Bobby Lang. ET. 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9.30: P.M. EL 44382

more proven players back flat by Kenth schoolfield FAMU Sports Carnlvalrecentlywith times of 40.1 and 129.4 .
man we nave bad in many a Johnson C. Smith University

set records in the mile relay Albany UCLA Boycott
The Aggies were scheduled to laughfry
and In the mile run.
entertain Marietta College In a Schoolfield also won the 120 May happen. PmLANT.V
single game March 29 and a yard high hurdles and madean "
doubleheader March 30, all in exciting run as part of .theRattler Will Go O .ver Seas In Bias DisputeBERKELEY
.
Greensboro Memorial Stadium. mile relay tarn lor his
ALBANY Ga.-Albany State ALT opened the conference ,
finest Sports Carnival perfor .
-Bobby
Mack Daughtry has accepted anon Invitation to participate in Gulf ,
season at Hampton Institute onApril mance. Elvln Bethea of AtT All-Star Basketball Tour. Smith, football star and spokesman -
Corporation's Fourth oven
J, then move to Norfolk State University of N.C. was for the Black Athletics-
State for an April 4 encounter. voted the Meets outstanding ath "Daughtry, who completed the Italy is also being planned. said their threat to boycott all

It has been five years since the lete. Bethea won first places in 1668 cage season as AlbanyState's Labeled by many cage experts sports,at that University of
In headIng
Aggies woo the championship the shot put and the discus Mo. 1 scorer as the "man with the golden California still stands. He cal-
and Groomes thinks that "this the "running, 88"Rams
throw. led an investigating committee
moves, Daughtry ended the 68
has been a long time." In tennis. Rattler Captain Leroy to a 52 and 8 win-lost cage season with 821 points for report recommending "affir
Heading the list of returning record, received hlsInYU.here
Long degeated Tuskgee'sRoy an average of 20.S points a maUve measures to prevent
lettermen are shortstop and Tinsley 6-1 and 6-3 lathe late Friday afternoon from the game. An A1l-GeorcllCoIlecl- discrimination and prejud1 ."

captain Lloyd Llghtfoot and single finals and then teamed Gulf All-Stars' director-coach, ate selection: for the second i whitewash.

firstbaseman Royal Mack up with Branch Currlng to defeat James B. McGregor. straight year be has a career "We don't appreciate the way
Llghtfoot, a native of Buffalo Tuskegee In the doubles The 6-1 Nashville, Ga., native total of 1,874 points.A the university has handled

New York, became the Grit '1-$ and I... will report to training camp In two-time winner of the said Smith, who Insisted that he
Negro last summer to play In The Rattler Golfteam defeated Miami In late June. The tour Southeastern Athletic Conference's now was speaking for himself.
the Sbenadoah Valley College five teams with a total score presently expected to end with valuable- He said the Black Athletes would

League in Virginia. He was of 676. Individually the Rattlers a series in Puerto Rico fromSept.em award r 6 to IS against the player Daughtry
chose the league's outstanding placed second and fourth with week.
player. scores of 162 and 166 by Alfred Puerto Rican Olympic team. team In assists assists with 286 for anaveraI' But Smith said,"We can expect "' Op We call V.O. philanthropic

Mack, a 240-pounder from Smith and Mike Taylor res The tour will carry the squadto of 7.1 per con- nothing from Pete Newell" because it gives you more

West Point,Va,Is being count- pectively. John HoweU of UMoyne Martinique Guadeloupe test.In addition to a relentless athletic director who recently 4n v'e, :w than the other whiskies
ed on for his big bat. Other returnees tookllrst Venetuela, Colombia, Panama effective '
College place resigned, mid-July. ,
Peru andchill schedule which last year Included More flavor. More smoothness
Costa Rica Ecuador
Include catcher Wills ,
:
with 155. "Newell said In effect be didn'tare
Haygood and outfielder Lewis An extension of the tour nearly 80 games up and
In baseball Rattler center- ; he's leaving everything Seagram'sV.O-
down the length of Europe, the
Argentina
Cummlngs, Greensboro, N.C.; fielder Joe Williams, who recently to include Brazil, Uruguay, for his successor," still to be The Smooth Canadian.SUMMER .
and a two-neknlll&to Gulf All-Stars condut frequent
Clarence Williamson, Lawn- underwent a minor eye named.
dale, N.C.: and Mike Bushrod operation and no trouble with clinics demonstrating the American "tilt boycott U still threat,"

Fayetteville N.C. and pitcher his eyes as he blasted two singles AlT University style of playing the game sel- continued the halfback who made tuaa,*tww-A alas a uuuu wrwu $d runs OIa NI nor.MMs esnuts)rouses,ass,
of the team are
Roo Bowden,FayettevlUe,N.C.; and a triple In tour times Members the second All-Star team of the.

JututBf atek;LauMMTf,N.C/ it bat and drive to three ml ; voted from among the top available Paciflc-8 Conference .-' T 41. \ """ ":'d : .. _
and Wilson Stallswortt, New to lead the Rattlers to a 1-4 Will Get IdeasFor players graduating from I

Brunswick N. J. victory over Alabama State. American tmlversltiesadcot.loges. -

Groomes feels that his beggest It was the second straight win .
former
boost thfs season will be the four for FAMU In the two day ser Baseball Buddy Jeannette a
or five fine freshman candidates lee cage great with the Baltimore ICE SKATING PROGRAM \
GREENSBORO N.CUCLA Bullets and now general manager -
betas been able to
pick
up. For the second straight day.
coach John Wooden and Dayton NBA Club will be
of the ,
"Some of these boys will. be able th Rattlers held the Tigers
coach Don two of the for the tour.
Donoher associate coach
(o do the Job for us," be sail to two hits u Alexander Davis biggest names la college basketball JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM .

have been named consultants Million-Dollar Looses '-

to the annualAtTSUte NEW'ORKT Iniur- APRIL 1 r SEPTEMBER 30 1968 ,
University coaching clinic to beheld
nee Information InM lute report s
here next summer. ..PI
that there were 15 taut ,t '-
Clinic dlector Bill Ben became '
irophrt in the United Suit in
assured of having thenatIoa's
huh cured SI million or
1966
cards when
top drawing
UCLA wo its second consecutive more each in insured property I APRIL Public Skating -19-2 hour sessions '
"' :
Ey iC1C wocFF NCAA Tournament last loue The greatest damage war f .
K
weekend and Dotfoher's Flyers done by tornadoes Kansas and in wind Adult Skating Lessons 17 y.rs.nd older.- 9 rosloni. approximate!
vhich truck
June ...
STEELHEAD: A FISH FOR ALL SEASONS breezed to the championship causing in one day $58! million i 'IVi 1 hours each $15 Includes skates and qualified I !instructors. : -

of the National Invitation Tournament Inwre loue, '
This U a warring to Eastern trotft fUhemen. Don't venture In Madison Square Gar- I. in Croup and Private Lessons available throughout April by qualified In-
West In search of aleelbea4. It you do. the BeaverUU. Neveralnk lessons
deal skating on request.
structors. Figures
and your favorite local streams will never have quit the cam Watch

appeal.It WM early December and the Aral blanket of snow covered obtaining"We are the Indeed services fortunate of these.in MAY: Public Skating -42-2 hour sessions ; ,:

the East. Tying Nee and recalling last fummer'a rainbow outing two distinguished gentlement," This Clown
just wasnt enough.I said Bell He said that be is Se/lor Mens Hockey School 1 17 yean and older 9 sessions, pproxlt -
had been promising myself a go at the winter cteelheads for 9061 40
yean and the time teemed right. A call to "Pappy" Davis In expecting more than 150 coaches I irately".1 1 1/hours each = $25 includes'skate's,...uniforms I and qualified '*

Portland. Or, reassured m* the run war on. from North Carolina Virginia ,551 39 Instructors.
Th steelhead U one of the mere fascinating specie available Maryland and South Carolina 14 .' V.. I
to port fishermen Bona In the rushing riven and streams of the to attend the clinic. Croup and Private Lessons available throughout May by qualified In-
Northwest they make their way to the Pacific Ocean to grow big
Consultants lathe football section ,
and atrong At spawning time they return to the site of their will led Penn State's \ itructors.. Figure lessons on request. t., \ .)
be by
birth fighting the currents for months and traveling perhaps '
1.000 miles without food. Stout and silvery as they leave the young coach, Joe Paterno, wh 1 E 1 JUNE: Public Skating -42-2 hour sessions
ocean the steelhead gradually assumes the traditional rainbow guided the Nlttany to a 17-17 tie "
markings of his non-migratory cousins"Pappy" with Florida State In the Gator '
1 'I.a
Childrens Clinic 7-16 10 uu pproxlmtely
Skating : ions.j
\ years
met me at the Portland airport and w* beaded southwest .'Jowl last Devember Bill Dooley 4 *
to a spot on the Kestuca River about 20 miles from the bead coach of the; University hours each-$12 i includes skates and qualified instructors.; '
Pacific. Few men know this wild wonderful country the way t _. '
Pappy" does., and the ability of North Carolina;and Tom. 64 47 97 i Croup and Private Lessons available throughout Jun* by qualified instruc-

to locate holding water where : Pagna offensive coach at Notre 'tors. lessons "5 .
: skating on request.
steelheads rest on their long A. i A Dame. 81 .I 15 65 Figure ?

kind swim of play angling.a major: role in this :" ,r\: \ !' .", : Ii. Other faculty members villa Sometime He'. DpSometimes JULY: Public Skating 57.2 hour sessions : % V ,:
Baxter Holman who guided Anderson
Th weather was terrible. A rU'g Down He Adds,Subtracts,
cold driving wind swept the Junior- Senior High He works tt all around. Pewee Hockey School: 10 days $20 includes complete equipment. '
steady drizzle across our face School, to the State AAA toot- 4
as w* took to our small boat. fell championship and George 10 84 21 : sticks nd skates: l Instructed by professional hockey players. .

Just to keep upright In Foree of High Point's William in both'. ,
the muddy swollen river ATTRACTIONS Professional I Figure Skating Instruction Private and group .
COMING
seemed Ilk an accomplish lest Penn Hlghm the 4A basketball children f d sessions Price based type and length of Instruction .V:
ment. "Pappy" assured mean that champions the past season. 10-99-428 .
the discomfort would be Dr. Frank H. Bassett,, m of i requested. k -.

first worthwhile"bragging when size"landed steelbead.my +# M, "4 Duke will University gala conduct Medical the Center -. MAN'S DAYS'NUM.EIEP. Weekly PeeWee and Senior Hockey games-2:W PM Sundays.. 1,

I was using a Mitchell 410 feat retrIeve reel on an eight-foot. popular '
light action Conolon rod with ID-pound teat Bonnyl mono section of Injury care and I % AUG.: Public Skating 31.2 hour sessions a".
"Pappy" and I each chose lure of artificial salmon egg clusters. prevention Additional information '!..

The lures are cast deep. the sinker bouncing along the river about the clinic may be Referee and Linesman School -Sanctioned by Eastern Hockey League. ,- A
and delicate feel to tell a hit from
rocky bottom. It takes time a securd from Dr. Bell at the U- "

a my snag first But steelhead soon a strike throbbing: He took rod and off down singing stream line told as U me be I was bad adversity "Kan's Days are Numbered,, e Croup and Private Lessons available
returning to the sea. Suddenly be broke through the bubbling Health and Fortun Can Be}! 1, throughout August. ::;
surface and arched his shining body like a crescent moon. My I .Yours When You Know Your
V Opening
mur-lM ached from the cold and my numbed fingers were hard Ashe Wins Lucky Days SEPT.: Schedule incomplete '
.
put to line. spectacular aerial
offensive right tpto the net eight poundsso fighting fish still gab ._ W
trying to make his way home. Match In TournamentNEW Lucky Colors etc. 1 skate and times. entire Ice :
B* bad provided me with shining new memory and earned Send $2.00 for your Private skating clubs may be formed and at special prices Then 5-: t:

the right to make his contribution to succeeding generations. I YORK Arthur Asbe of Horoscope Guide for arena may also be rented for private skating parties by individual groups or ,companies.: The :,.
released him. under the and Instruction of Coach Bob SabounrJ.'of: our .own J::.;
Richmond, Va. won his opening entire program is supervision .. ,
It didn't take long for Tappy" and I tq boat our limit of two '
stwlrnf and bead for the warmth of a nearby lodge Funny match lathe Challenge( Cup International APRIL; "i : Jacksonville J Rockets. ifcft -\ *.i ,
but from the time that first steelhead bit my line until w* found Tennis Tournament ''' :t F- : Yt

shelter. I hadn't thought about the cold and rain.Poppy" at Madison Square Garden yes Fill In the blank below and! CALL 353-4381 or 354-20411 SIGN UP' TODAY "3 ,..
could see I was bitten by the steelhead"bug and pit beating Boro Jove -' ,
by to Offic '
terday mall Post
the book in a little deeper. "You should try fly roddlng for the 6-2. ZODIAC. I ".,7 -. I
summer run in early October." be aaIcLAnd DOYle of Yugoslavia 1-8. Box 11'11. Jacksonville, Fit. Schedule Subject to O>'nf. Without Notice ,' t. V V -
I did. Th steelheads were close to borne then and carried In another match, Zeljko
the familiar rainbow marking Th earth still held much of the1D1UJ1I8r'1 Franulovic of Yugoslavia fought. ,MAKE. I NOTE: INTERESTED PERSON SHOULD CLIP AND SAVE THIS ADm!!! J..o"
warmth and the air was clear and sweet. But that's off two match points in the STREET .. .....a1iIIi:!
.another story. Allen Fox I
third set in beating
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BUY U.S. Prime Minister Church News =
"CIRCULATION 1 FOR MEN AND WOMEN Polatko News -

Man to work part time. Able to OF AU, AGES SAVING BONDS'TOOTHACHE CONTINUED FROM. PAGE 4

.work til day Friday. Drivers *
Take New NATURE Central Academy students in PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
Jk BS*..Good retprences.W IMPROVED UNION
TABLETS for that tired run general science, with H.O.G11- Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and teachers |.
REPORTERTrainee. down feeling that keeps you from .' lie as instructor, will take partin In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastoror
'Don"I luldr else. bet DRA.ln. 'In Me001)1 the fair
science-engineering
The morning service begins at 11 a.m. with
,
enjoying. life you |it tillit from tfirobolni tooth- an appointee.
Must be good in 100 Tablets $3.00,200; Tablets chi piin Put M-ptln' 't ton.. Until youClII Y to be held at the engineering Deacon Major Hicks and James Bolllngton charge of devotion-
English. Apply 45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. 'uti see out your III.dentist Ricom do it..million-do- building of the Unlyerslty'or als. The pastor will deliver both major sermons. Choir No. 1, -
EMPIRE 'PRODUCTS A SALES mended by miny dm: + Florida, Gainesville, on April along with Usher Board No. 1,will serve throughout the day. The
FLORIDA SUR13THf'MON.CRIEF tIstl.Alb phlllMcI't for.'.......,...... S.
'Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway ."...=. evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Men's Day will be April 28.
Chicago, Illinois 60626 ora.jel. Unconfirmed reports are that Rev Jake Ray pastor; Mrs. Leomla Miller, ijporter.. TIlt
"
Eugene Small, CA graduate,has church is located at 613 Pippin
been killed in action in the Vietnam -

No Phone Calls! fURN. APT. FOR RENT, War. FIRST BORN TEMPLE

2954 -Thomas Street, 3 nice* The members of the FHA. Sunday is Pastoral Day. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m: Deacon -
water Geraldine Jefferson, Vannester M. McQueen is snprelntendent. The morning sermon will be
rms., prlv. bath, elec. :
turn, conv. to bus. Adult .or Brown Jeff' GeeAsia, attended delivered by the pastor. The Y.P.C.W. will begin at S:30, with
BRAND NEW Child. $17.50 Wk.Call 388-6472 the Home Economics Mrs. Margaret Johnson as president.The evening worship begins
Career Day program in the medical at 7 p.m. Elder Hill will speak.The church is located at 825 W.
RICK HOMES ; center of the University Monroe. Elder A. Rill is pastor.
'TV SERVICEReasonable of Florida.
Mrs..Lee Ella Asia, CA bead H01.8EY CME

__ h- ''w- Cbannel'17. WASHINGTON, D.C. -CJS. Rep. Charles E.::fienwtf! Florida, of Home Economic, was with Sunday School begins at 9:45 with Mrs. Blrtha Griffin and teachers -
; r left is shown with His Excellency Mohamed Ibrahim Egal. Prime. pthe travelers.ss in charge. The morning worshp begins at 11 &.m., with the
Minister of Somali, in the U.s.Capitol.Bennett a senior member The annual freshman ball wasa pastor in charge. The evening service begins at 7. Holy Com
I( ''i398.3030Worried of the House Armed Services Committee, was selected by the success. It was sponsored by munion will be administered through the day.Stewardess BoardsNo.
Speaker of the House as one of the members of Congress to meet the CA freshman, 1/il Abe and 1 and No. 2 and Choir No. 1 will serve Church Conference
I with the Prime Minister. and to escort him on a tour of the the House Rockers furnished night is Monday Rev. Dave McElvln is pastor. Mrs. Eva Mae
health? Capitol. music, The decorative theme Gilbert is The church is located
3 A 4 bedroom plant with 1,1'Vt, about down your fast with ___________ was reminiscent of paradise. Streets.secretary. at Third and Franklin -
Get weight
2 baths and garage. your The decor was prepared by Mrs.

III Modem schools, churches and a complete Super-Keen with Super Reen Reducing Time plan Capsules free Politics As Usual Wedlock's art class.Those aiding BETHLEHEM BAPTIST

shopping center close by. $3' were Mrs. Sheila Alexander Sunday School begins at 9:30: withSuperlntendentEugene

: KOZY KORNER Lawrence Bryant, Mrs. in charge. Mrs. Ldllie Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fedd will be in

III LINCOLN ESTATES 3611 Moncrief Road. ERIC O. SIMPSON Blanche Barnes, Miss Mary charge The morning service begins at 11 a.m.Communion service -. .
, By Medlock, Miss Druscllla Gar- will be at > .
p.m. There will be no evening services. Dis-
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE 765-1685 POLITICS has burst out all over the country with a terrificbang ris and Mrs.. Vonclel. Thomp-
trict No. 4 will
sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lake on Saturday,
The and most surprising move came
this biggest
tins.
\ year. April 30. Rev Earnest Williams 14 Mrs. Vivian
Rite-Way Tax ServiceNO when LBJ announced his decision to withdraw from the nomination The annual state FHA convention Wilson is reporter.COOOSHEPHERD acting pastor; *
for the presidency. LBJ's bomb shell was so devastating will be' held in Jacksonville
HARMS HERE that Jacksonville's perennial bomb dropper, Sam Jones is April 4 to 7 at the BAPTIST

SILVER SHRIMP DIUM COAT WHITING Nr1 h NN lb 39c $A Same Diy Service $fi going around these days with a dejected loot because everyone George Washington hotel Rev. Alex Garvln, pastor. Sunday School begins at 9:45. The
for Sam to sort of suit about early this
drop some
was looking Geraldine Jeffersonlocal CA
** covenant meeting begins at 11.a.m.1V1th Deacon Joe Amonse
r,.!...ROE MULLET n. 3Sc wraxaronroaWZPATPZNALTY&IKrxagS? week. Com- president, and Mary HeaD Mel In charge of the prayer services. B.T.U. begins at 6 p.m. The
GOOF DEPARTMENT-The State Democratic Executive
ton are delegates. Mrs. Lee
14tk a Mend' C t >M. IIMM4 Holy Communion service will be presided over by the pastor.
mittee of with Pat Thomas in charge deserve'sa Goofer's Me- Ella Asia is
Fresh Medium MULLET ..29c WHIRl THI EXPERTS AU sponsor The Lord's Supper will follow. Choir No. 1 will rehearse Thurs
dal for the way they blundered the selection of persons for the TJe C.A.: Bulldogs are getting
The Junior Choir rehearses at 8 Location
day night. Monday -
p.m.
slate of to the national convention.. PickingBob .
delegates demq ready to open the baseball sea '-
1722 West 21st Street. ReY.CiarYlD
FRESH FLA. LOBSTER $130 Hayes ( a fine athlete)but a non-voter, then selecting Mrs son. Coach WE Cooper will pastor.
WIN. N.. MN. N..A.I"Ln.N... Ib ISABELLA OF PARIS Mereedes Ferre the beautiful Latin lady, but not a VS. citizen make announcements later.
That's Mel I hare tlwAmating to be deligates to the contention.. How inept can you getl Duval Mrs. Rosa I(. Rags dale, Mrs. FRIENDSHIP BAPTBT
LOBSTER lb$23o Sunday School begins at 9:30. Deacon Arthur Brown will be in
TAILS ,superior tonic tablets, pet Supervisor ofRegistratlon'soOlcerunssecondplaceinthe Boo- Rachel Williams and Mrs. C.
charge. The morning worship begins at11a.m.wtth the deacons
for all the things you want to do. Boo Stakes. The 1968 list of offices to be elected published by J. Grady were ill this week.
MAiNE LOBSTER MEAT $300 of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction in charge. Rev. Remus Smith, pastor, will preach. At ISO: P.IO,
14.? till Box the Registration office Includes that of National Commltteeman Steve Denby, state directorof
Back.For the Communion service will be held. Usher Board No. 1 and No.
guaranteed Money and Committeeroan..That ain't anymore..Maybe Pat Thomas's VItA
so was a visitor last 2 Choir No. 1 and Chorus Choir No. 3 will the
CA V WISH Men and Women. sing throughout
65cs. office neglected to notify Harry Hearing's office of the Monday. He is arranging the day. Mrs. Maggie Black will be In charge The church is on Newfling's
change. program for the state meet in
DEVILED aA. CRABS .30e P.O. Box 230, Dept. S., POLITICAL BATTLES have gone beyond the "shaping up" Daytona Beach, April 14 to 16. Road
.. stage; they are moving In to the physical battle stage U evidenced Andrea Wright will have a leadIng ST. PAUL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
SNAPPER Gary Indiana by the display of fisticuffs and wrestling prowess that roleln the conference Services will be u usual Sunday, beginning with the Sunday
RED .. 89ctAlGI occurred outside that Pullman St. Church between a local political School at 9:30. Deacon E. Jefferson and staff will be in charge
FOR SALE leader and a political activist last Saturday night.. The of the Sunday School Hour. The Palm Sunday sermon will be delivered -
1 SHRIMP MIOIUM lb. $I.JO big political battle insofar u the brothers Is concerned is bet- Big Daddy by the pastor, Rev Taylor. Choir No. 1, along with
''b.I.I Call 354-8703,12101/2 Davis ween John (Monteray Club) Pinkest, J.C. Perkins and Bill Usher Board No. I will serve throughout the day. The evenIng -

OYSTERS Street. Sbellman who are opposed by Herman E.; Goodwill,a white contender CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 worship begins at 6 p.m., with Deacons Parson and Shep-
mw Ne IN SHELLS PI T,'. IRVIN CONSTRUCTION CO. for the District 11 Constable post. The race between Further, the returnee said, pard In charge of devotions. The church Is located at 716
L 11.25 N. '5.50... 1.50 N. An Important Co. the three brothers and their respective backers seems to be '1 don't call for any violence Stonewall Street. Rev. E. E. Taylor is pastor.
HURRYI' HURRYI HURRY' more personal than political. and I don't call for any riots,
SPECKLED TROUT U. 469c Houses by owners $100 Down. PREDICTION: If one or two of the Negroes in the Constable but the non-violent days are
-h City home for you: 1368 WJtSth race don't get out of the running the white candidate will come over, and if we must dieslet
PAN TROUT 49C St., 1366 W. 25th St., 1218 W. out the victor. us die Ilk hogs in some Inglorious Politician Says LINKS HEAR
\ '26th St., 7708 Federal SI, 1151 A FUNNY THING HAPPENED IN THE SECRETARY OF spot" CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9
SEAFOOD CENTER East. Florida Are., 1742 East- STATE'S OFFICE last Tuesday morning. Frank (The Vote Get A widow ,Esther James In COUNTWUED FROM PAGE 1 .
tomorrow would
brook St., 427 Goodwill St.,1774 ter) Hampton qualified for the House of Representatlves.Hamp- Harlem a native. of Montego congressmenvote
M4 N MYtTLt AVI Grothe St., 1767 GrotheSt,1726 ton's entry increases the number of Negroes seeking House Bay Jamaica, was responsible that there Is nothing more to put $)!< billion into the
\\ 'Florida Avenue Call $5}.n03.. seats to two, the other being Lewis Carter,also of Jacksonville. for the contempt of court there than colored men fighting( War on Poverty: ? It Is possiblethat
proceedings. He.aUr! colored men.demanded also; Congress would rather
'I us tMach.. I, 1967.Members appropriations for helping poor build more highways dalD .and
Solution To Puzzle and machines to put a ma OB
of the Ninetieth Congressvoted
"( f .P PRICES $4.40 GAIVERt CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11Negro to ezcludge him,307-D6, PHI did not hesitate to criti the moon, before it would wipe
out the ,
RE6. from office, on charges of else Martin Luther King and strench and humiliation.the tilth: the degradation -
misuse of public funds and called him, Martin Loser
: GOOD OR WALKER'S NLM contempt He will seek reelection :- King." He said however thereis
d ML In November. still some hope for "Martin

LONDON DRY : Charles Kenyetta a Man Matt Loser" But be 2(3 BR All
THRU w said "King
( : A CH 5 lader led the guard and carried
must the of trlcks/'Fur-
dig bag
I El.T .
II a machete with a Bttty
GIN PROOF Impaled thereon Police were ther, Powell said, "You've got BRICK HOMESIN
'A SAT. F Dot permitted close tob.. to cut the umbilical cord. Forget -
P M speaker. Powell and several you patents' world, your BEAUTIFUL

/ APRIL 3 anti Powell members of the preachers' world." 1
950j The leader mentioned powers
crowd were knocked down,but which CARVER PINES
or premonition helped
He seeks to represent
not
injured.
j 13TH FIFTHS again the eighteenth- him to decide not to appear at "
a
the white
Marines district now vacant. university campus.ln (10,500 10 $11 .000
will spite of the fact that the new
Powell
Adam Clayton appear -
CONTINUED FROM.PAGE 12 at the University of Florida chancellor felt that speakers
menu to insure more peaceful should be welcome where
no
( WINE SALE BLENDED WHISKEY times." Saturday, March 30, at violence would moss likely oc-
Auditorium YA.FHA.VOLCAN
sF1FT The association takes its name 7 p.m. in the University -. cur. He said be bad received i
'.M &. R'Vermouth soon.aL.2.49..3For,6.75 5' .Bourbon Deluxe............; !!11.75 from Montford Point, N.C., Public according Functions to the University of* warning message from emissaries -

j5.Nolllr Prat Vermouth lit"2.49..3or.' W.MateusRpse I.c REG.>o .Carltalrl....................... ;...11 ,95 where"first"the Negro training leathernecks camp for was the tine of Governor Kirk, Jr., .
He will appear under an He spoke of Shootout in front of
located.
1,7G' sth 2.19..3For5.95 jEgp'Corby Relerve.............. \!: 10.75 Originally it was made up of agreement securing his safety: Pops' tavern InGainesvllle.Po-invitee
while here. It is not known well spoke at FAMU u an -

A RE on' .''U arvey'I Tlco- Sherry 5J1! 2'99...31'or8. ,.g EG.Fleschtnarns I .....Preferred..3.FIFTHS1 11 1 50 Marines LeJeune between who served 1942-49 at Camp, but. whether he will be accompanied of'the Veteran's Clan comprised :

B. REG. by his NewYortl'&U4s.AA of Negroes discharged INC.
has since
been
8.00. .Harve ',1 Bristol Cr.w 5.99...3For17.4 Is 39 .Hunter........................3..QUARTS....... 14.50lies cover all Negroes expanded who have to earlier invitation bad been recently from the armed ser
REU. ., stopped by University authori vices. He said that, eventually,
4.35 ,L ancer- '* Vln Rose 5th 3.19..3For9.2 ..J,,W. Dant Red Lab e.I ....oS..FIFTI......>.10.00 1 since seen service in the corps. ties. .iPowell whites will have to take orders 168.3419
REG.. .. REG. also was in Washington from Negroes. -

9 ,.Jacqutn's:, .BeaujolaUsth. \1.99..3For5.55 .16 .Imperlal.-....;...........MKIK.11.50; WANTED where his saggin political

,.\ mac's,7s ..Dry Sack: Sherry! 5th4.99..3Fori4.2. U5 AEC.Old Sunnybrook' ..............3..FIFTI. ,..?,11,50 on Someone the following to take: BRAND up payments NEW cording Image might to Chuck be bolstered.Stonehls Ac-

Rte' REG. tlUARTS COLOR T.V., selling for a little and Mrs
uo' .Duff Gordon Pinta 5th.98...3'For,8.4SB l .' sMCestler I .......................*.?......12.95 above cost.STEREO Jean press Camper secretary: Cain:, the politician -

.Bertolll Chianti 5.755RE.Z5G ..acneniey Reserve.............*. .T. ?11.75 radio 1 month old, console or'campuses. He will speakat .
REG. model. Balance $67. or $8. per Florida AIM on Mach 31,
s.65TennesaeeWalker..F'r:15.50' MAKE THE MOVE
2..65. ..Jacquln'c Moselblumchen. month. at Duke on April 6, at Howard

5th 1 1.89..3Fo' 5,35 4.05.G REG. &W 5 Star...............'..t.1FTla.....10.25 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER on April 2 and Amherst SOLD -TO FINER LIVING
lightweight. Balance $41. or$8. on April 3 and 4.
REG.
345 .Jellnek Blackberry I Sth1.88,3 1 For 5.2 REG.530..w. L. Blend.,8's I ; :.;?rFIFTFil111,95e.? per month. One middle-aged woman, o ILL NICK!
SINGER SEWING MACHINE ardent admirer, when Powell HOMEY
'Sews good $25, terms. Guar shouted "Keep thetul h,baby" MOpE1. p15P 3IEIINMSALES
":. anteed, complete with all at said, "The greatest man in N 0
E.&r OLD tacbments. 1 er' .
J IMPORTED REfiv THOMPSON n the world has returned. e on
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$5.6i
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