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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 6, 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
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UF00028362:00759

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COCTAILS Hargett, 18 years old, a Negro lost his life, accordIng On Peace Talk
to witnesses standing before 3851 St. Augustine Road Tuesday -
Firebombing and attempted night, at about 11:30: ,when from a car of roving white youths TALLAHASSEE-Florida
\ arson followed upon the week of cruising down the road, a passenger in the car fired the death students were reported somewhat -
the assassination of Martin
: Dr. dealing bullet-which snuffed out his We.Ha cooled down after an exchange t
Luther King, Jr., as part of an ._ .... .. of bitter words with the t
1 T_ l epidemic of destructive acts on 1(CU war IK a U omarrivalat in the nine hundred block of president of the school, Dr.
the part of arsonists throughout Memorial Baptist Hospital, a state. Homemade fire bombs George W. Gore, who In'a student
_, the country bullet wound through the head. were simple paper cups filled convocation last weektried :
Bennett's Grocery, 1196 East This, apparently, was a partof
Rita Mar-
with kerosene. The to put over the thought of Dr.
Third St., was the scene of a the aftermath of disturbances -
ket at 1065 Davis was a victima King of non-violence. The convocation -
late-hour attempt on the part of because of the tense unrest 9.10, Tuesday night, This was intended tobepartof
two suspects, unidentified. Investigation which followed the dastardly
stored also suffered Monday the hundreds of observances ,
revealed that someone murder of Dr. Martin Luther night. A vacant bouse at Wister ,following upon the assassination \
threw a coke bottle filled r near Phillips was flrebomb- of Dr. Martin Luther King.More II
with kerosene through the plate tel, damaged mountt.nato$I!.o600& than 1,000 students attended at f
glass windows of the grocery a' A tire company was the sceneanother 01 FAMU.
i' i\ store. The botUe was on fire visit by firemen,at 1854 Gore, president of the predo-. I
when
thrown. Damage was estimated
scoot
at Beaver. mlnantly all-Negro was
JJO.OOO. called an Uncle Tom by a student -
Banner *.
Food Stores, 162? Many students Joined In I
.. Kings Road, was damaged early .
a hrr choruses: of "heU No" when he :
", r Saturday morning by a fire- Brown Is '
Rap
referred to the non-vlotont approach -
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r. bobm thrown through a window. : of the late SCLC leader.
fia+U| ,.was estlmeated $Zoo.o .
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Most of. then refused to tine
LAST MARCH-Thousands people"froaVail- In'the bottom photo; a'wagdnfdr'fven'by: arrests were dada;* Refused IqHd , walks of life: "marched" (top photo) to two ,nules symbolizing Kings struggle The Self Service Market, 1061 _o them trf the rights movement. If- '

final tribute to Rev Martin Luther King for the .black' people--takes the Ne.gro Florida Avenue, early Monday The memorial se"lcetollowI I
the"Apostle of Nonviolence"" and probablythe leader to his final resting place morning, became a total loss to By U.S. JudgeRICHMOND ed several disturbing Incidents, I I
a firebomb.< The remains of
In the school town Travis Crow,
greatest exponent of the philosophyof Photos by Bob Smith. (See pictorial 'highlights three bombs were found In the Va.-JUp Brown Jr., white, was asphyxiated In
Brotherly Love since Jesus walked the on pages 8 & 9)) debris black power leader, was taken his father's firebombed More

streets .nt.... .1---Na-rarath...._ ... The Dry Kiln Company, 1220 from New Orleans to Virginia, More than 150 policemen were
-- -- West State suffered damage of for extradition to Maryland,and mobilized into service. They

Black People more than $1,000. Investigation refused bond. II.has been Jailed were Dot intoned during their:
there revealed that three broken RUDOLPH HARGETT In New Orleans for sevenweeksIn maintenance of order.
Rev. bottles had been thrown Into the lieu of $30,000 bond on At 9 last Thursday students -
Mrs. Abernathy p.m.
: King Need Firearms building, and all had been filled Above Ilua picture of Rudolph charges of violating travel restrictions at the school began throwing -
with kerosene.At Hargett u be looked In 1967.Funeral imposed by a federal rocks. Fires were started.
I attempt at Inca at 102) services will be held court He was spirited away Firemen were unable to putout
Says Militant Broad Street last Saturday was at St. Mary's Baptist Church from New Orleans last Saturday the fires until police came.
topped when a bomb, thrown on Old St. Augustine Road, Saturday
No connection: was placed on
SCLC Millions See Dream WASH GroN-Carmichael According black to Into the building here, bounced at 4 p.m. !WIman.Pritt United States District Court Crow's death and the firea.fea
Stokely Funeral Home 525 West Beaver
of after hitting an obstacle behind Judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr., though a firebomb was found
,
and non
power violence fighter."When white enemy America a plate glass window Three unidentified Street, la in charge of arrangements refused last Friday to grant rplnning In front of the store.
young men were seen bond to Brown, who wanted When President Gore asked
declared war
killed Dr. King it in the area. The only damage *** .** .**
outcome of
release pending the to stand and sing
Tanzler Negro Barber on us." Carmichael, speakinghere was a broken door. King In 'Memphis last Thurs- students
Mayor Prays to reporters In the bead- funeral another appeal to a higher court. there. were loud and'Ytbemeot
dau. Dr. King's
different
However several
of th Violent was He was expected to try again In shouts of "Nol"Gore was beck-
t Is quarters Comm cases were repotred. Penny's Tuesday Atlanta.As court on April 16, when the led. Apparently be kept his
Campaigner Coordinating ,
a result much of the predominantly -
Gateway Store at 6200 Norwood
Fourth Court of Appeals was to
"Black men composure and,according to information -
continued, saying Negro residential
Satruday evening was the sceneof
For Dream's Success are dying every day.They might under curfew meet. received the sympathy -
Clewlstoll area was placed a
in u well take u many white u a larcenous act. One man entered Sheriff Dale Carson Identified The Court will Inquire into a of more than halt th student -
stood by the cash register -
decision -
by Judge Merhige revoking
ATLANTA-Last Saturday death,'and ha struggled with CLEWBTON- Negro Barber possible with them"Carmtchaelwho weeks where he removed money Hargett. According to the Sheriff a $10,000 nonsurety bond body.However., the president was
only two days after the brutalslaying every ounce of his energy to a naturalized Jamaican, several totaling more than $200. The the young man was sitting he granted Brown last September. ask when be plans to retire.
of Dr. Martin Luther save that society from Itself" is the first Negro candidate in agospoke against non-violence, suspect, apprehended by a security In front of the. St. Augustine This was done while the When the school bead returned .
King, Jr., whose "Dream"materialised Mrs. King pointed to the fact this town of 5,500 within the pointed to the end of such a officer, was Jailed. store on a bicycle. The car, leader was fighting extradition to the theme of non-violence he I
into realities that cjtys history. He is Ovell D, phllosphy in the death of Dr* The filled with white youthsjassed
strong Dr. King wished that Rev only d.r.magedonetc.AJra- from Virginia to Maryland was greeted by another "Not"
and even whose death at a Abernathy, his closest friends Lewis, 40, who came to Miami King. won't be ham's Grocery and Market,921 one time. Rocks were thrown where be is wanted on chargesof When President Gore said that I
sniper's hands has forced Into and adviser In the civil rights six years ago and secured his "Our retaliation the Jefferson, was brohea window. .at a group of young Negroes'standing counseling followers to riot Jesus Christ took action through I
averred
fruition the beneficences of the movement, should follow him at papers. In the court room, "It will be Nothing was taken. There \'er.DO outside the store.Thea, and commit arson. The bond was nonviolence a student yelled,
stricken consciences of Am the helm Lewis Is interested in becoming black power leader. attempts toward ent': according to Carson, the unknown revoked In February '
erica's law-makers,America's Rev. Abernathy, who sat by commissioner of Dis- lit the streets of America. Idon't Nick's Market, 852 7. !e.,100t murderers returned.One "Jesus Is dead, too" I
,
bigots, killers and segregationists Mrs. King u she made her trict No. 1 in rural Henry County think there is "any alternate $20.00.to a robber' uesday. He shot was fired. "Get:; whitey" war;; the theme
Mrs. Coretta King, the radio and television appeal,said In the souUiwest'coruer of to retribution simply snatched r e/ from t Hargett: sitting near a telephone folloed-bj-students for a few
bereaved widow, asked the entire "Even though you may have been Lake Okeechobee. Carmichael Indicated that the cash register.and Jt& lurried- booth, was fatally injured Negro TeacherAt moments. White reporters were
world to SCLC and air white population of America i* Involved and died without regaining coscloune. In the audience. "Get the bunkles I
Join able to stop the heartbeat of The candidate sold, "The colored ly in a car. Three :::.eo were
others, perpetuating D. Martin Martin Luther King, Jr., you people pay tax and they "incapable of coping with the ... Then, following the out," they yelled Gore,
Luther King's "Dream." cannot stop the movement be feel like they should have a black" He pointed to the need shooting the car 1s said to Florida U. having then gripped the lectern,
Mrs. King said that Dr. King led." colored person in the County of guns for black people, not SCLC Leader have beaded south. proceeded to astern point ofview.
knew that society Is "sick In the state of Florida the Commission" Present registration to the need of intellectual dis- As a result of this and other .
i totally Infested with racism and mayor of Clearwater, Everett shows there are 754 cussion. disturbing circumstances, all Reveals Threat Finally, the college president
violence. .Nothing hurt him more Hougen, said "'1be untimely Negroes registered U aganlst No one can replace Dr. King, Charged WithIrregularity businesses and bars In the Ash advised, "We all want the same
than violence. Mrs. King's death of Martin Luther King, 3,397.whltes. according to Carmichael. Nonviolence ley area and the east side were GAINESVILLE Negro professor -- thing. We want to be men and women -
plea was In response, it was is ample cause for me u mayor Lewis feels that be will garner died with the leader he ordered closed. Several buses, at the University or recognized for out individual -
said, to a can by the White and speaking on behalf of myself many votes from whites. said He said survival will be readied for troublemakers Florida in Gainesville left the worth. That what Martin
House. Mrs. King spoke from to publicly express heart There has been little racial only by guns and battle. were stationed nearStanton Vocational city and resigned from the, Luther King stood for, and that
sanctuary of the Ebeoeier Baptist felt and sincere regrets at this tension in the city. The local All reporters to the conference Jimmle Lee Chatmaonj>resident Tuesday night. The school acuity after having received what FAMU is standing for."
Church, where Dr. King vicious and unthinkable method high school Integration program were searced before entering of the Miami chapter of bars were closed, as well as the a death threat telephone Dr. Gore's nonviolent lecture .
served for many years. of trying to solve racial and based on freedom of choice,has the office. the Southern Christian Leader- businesses by order of Acting call, according to the school ending on thse words: Let us !
Mrs. King continued,"He gave moral problems." He continued beenapproved by the trail examiner When asked to what part be ship Conference was charge d Police W.F.Johnson. They were paper The Alligator ", do what needs to be done to I IJ I
J his life in search of a more "Racial problems ran of the United States Department played in the devastations in with stealing part of a grant open again Wednesday, and Spencer Boyer, visiting professor show to the world that we are
excellent way, a more effective and win be solved through this of Health, Educationand \ Washington, Carmichael' emphasized his organization got last summer peace had returned.On in the University's Col- men and women of character
way, acreaUveratberthanade-: nonviolent philosophy of Dr. Welfare.As that "be did not have from the war on poverty.The Tuesday night, also, several lege of Law, the first Negro, and dignity"
structive way." "We," continued Martin Luther King's.The most to getting votes from the in mind stopping Negroes from grant larceny charge filed fires were set in the said he received this latest of
the dignified, quite messagek"lntend commendable steps along the whites, Lewis said,"They know going Into the streets without by. the State Attorney's Office neighborhood A large crowd most threatening calls from an Wife Of Memphis
to go on in search road to progress and under their colored people are faithful .protection. is in effect, the last chapter In gathered but was dispersed. A unkown person who asked him,
of that way" standing were made when his to those whites..They realize Carmichael 26 years of age. the cotroverslal investigation scout car patrolled the Ashley "How would you like a white' Hotel. Ower Dies
Dr. King was constantly aware principles /ere applied and we need something in return. 1 He was born tithe Port Spain, of Dado's antipoverty agency area. An officer warned all loiterers southern boy to put a .30 caliber .
of impending danger, said Mrs. practiced." He felt that the plan to speak everywhere I Trlnadad.: He is what some call ordered last November by Gov.Claude. and bystanders to clear bullet in your head?" Boyer MEMPHIS -M r s. Lore
American
King. "We faced this possibility spirit of Dr. King will continueto possibly can to white and co the product of a second .Kick. the streets or be faced with ar-. said be had received several Bailey, wife of the owner of the
revolution
Revolution. This
squarely and honestly," she light the way to future mu- lored." That Investigation failed to rest. other calls. None were as motel where Dr. Martin Luther
continued. "My husband faced tual goals Lewis further said. "It helps began In what,in the 1960s Mar produce any evidence of wrongdoing The curfew order was finalized threatening as this last. King Jr., was assassinated,
the possibility of death not with Pope Paul VI reminisced from kids in school a lot because they tin Luther King was calling"America's by any employee of the after'coosultattoo with Mayor Professor Boyer and Us family died Tuesday.
bitterness or hatred. He knew the Vatican on the visit of the feel they won't get a J job even Unfinished business anti poverty agency, Economic' Hanes Tanzler. An old, ram- were threatened. Mrs Bailey suffered a stroke
that this was a sick society, late leader, when Dr. King assured a they try. When they see a Negro OPPORTUNITY Program.Inc.bidid I shackle building, at Ashley and According to the educator, he Thursday night shortly after the
totally infested with racism and him that his fm was Dot holds a position here u a Carmlchael's position wa that. show that the SCLC as unable Madison was set afire It became had received many calls, all of slaying and was found m-
violence that questioned his integrity violence but harmony between county commissioner, they will .ate of the from extreme.the Howard Hewasagradut to accound for $2,160 of a u easy prey to flames, which seemed to be trivial in,' tenacious In her living quarters
maligned his motives the blacks and the whites of the try harder Pll give them something Division University 1964 $',000 grant prom the EOPI and was about ready for tumb their intensity He came to the at the motel.
of in
and distorted his views which to believe Even if I don't' Phllosphy :lor a summer recreation pro. ling.Flrebomblng. school in January and was to Mrs. Bailey was about 59 years
would ultimately lead to this CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 win, Pll have done part of that." CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 gram. hit a vacant house remain until June of 1968. oilI





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Crescent City Congressman And Seal TwinsMississippi Noted Rights Worker And



t EDUCATIONAL By NEGRO PRESS'TNNEA9hTI0NALIt'ROUNDUP; t Apparent HotSpot Politician I I Talks SaturdayCharles I

1868 Evers, NAACP field representative In Mississippi,will
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address women leaders from five Southern states on Saturday,
'rVEW ORLEANS- 13 at the biennial Southern Regional Conference of Delta
is not yet April ,
.
CONCERN summer and the demonstrations Sigma The...??_.f. the Chaca-Plua" Hotel. in Memphis.i .". Tens--
CLEVELAND-NPI- local Urban League has expressed and maybe; whatever riots in Focus of the two day meetIng will also discuss ways in which
concern that "few Negroes teachers apply to suburban schoolsfor the planning stage are not supposed to be held Friday, April 12azJ their local chapters can implement
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The organizations: also noted that black April 13, will be
teaching positions. to start until old Sol gets. Saturday, Delta's national projects
teachers "are not aware of the opportunities which do exist for hot up thre in the sky. on the potential of Negro youthin and its Social Action Commission
them." In a letter sent to suburban school districts, the league But in the Cresent City last todaY's society. ,I program and will formulate
told of its program to recruit qualified Negro teachers fok JobsIn week, there were evidences that Mrs. Frankie Freeman, of St. local programs for next year

outlying areas. demonstrations were bursting 1 Louis, national president of the Mrs. Ernestine Cunningham,
out all over the city. and not a 45,000 member, predominantlyNegro conference coordinator, is also
ATTACK PLEDGE only because of racial causes \ women's public service president of the organization's:
MAYWOOD, ILL.- Court action has been threatened against but even religion and businessor \ __ : i organization, will be the prin- Memphis Alumnae chapter.
Proviso East High School for requiring 300 students to signa lack of business in religion. cipla speaker at the formal ban which is charged with making';
non-violence pledge in the wake of disorder at the schooL First, a group of citizens led quet closing the conference Sat all arrangements for the meet: '
The threat was made by the Maywood NAACP branch, which A.Z. Young demonstrated a- urday evening. tog She reports that several: .
called the school action illegal, according to William Graham, round the parish prison, pro Negro heritage will be the sub hundred members of Delta
an NAACP, spokesman, only one group of students, describedas testing the JaDing of H. Rap ject of a special session to be Sigma Theta from Alabama.
"Troublemakers," were required to sign the pledge. Brown, who is nelng held under held on Saturday morning Jac- Florida, Georgia, Mississippi! >I;,' .
$30,000 bail which has seem- ques E. Wllmore, regional director and Tennessee are expected to:
SEGREGATION HIT ingly not been forthcoming. of the U.s.Commission on .
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. .-School segregation will be attackedby Then, there was a large group Civil Rights,will be the leatured attend.
the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, which plan to of members of St. James AME speaker at the session which
initiate complaints against Missouri school districts which church demonstrated in front will be followed by five work- Presides
keep shite and accommodations.. The 11 member commission of the church, which is the old- shops.
agreed that a number of Missouri schools are segregatedin est AME edifice lathe city.They Charles Evers, the first Negro
terms of pupils and teachers. While the commlssson noted were protesting alleged actions'of since reconstruction to run for a
that in some of the schools, segregation might be the resultof their prsldlng Bishop Ball. y national office from Miss-
residential patterns, in other districts and the existing segregation He has been accused of many rI issippi, will speak at a public
appears to be the result of former segregation by things including loose haM: I /f meeting at noon,Saturday,April
law. ling of funds and unwise trans- 13. Mr. Evers Joined the national -
ferof ministers* staff of the NAACP following "
Over 500 citizens both Negro his brother's death Irf
and the, Catholic and Protest- 1963. He will be Introduced by .
tants, demonstrated by parading Mrs. Hobart Taylor,Jr.,executive -
r from uptown park to the down- director of Delta Sigma ....
twon city area, including Canal Theta.
street and winding up in Mrs. Fannye Harris, of IC ,
front of the State Office buildIng Tuskegee, Alabama, the or- -
FASHIONS and City Hall. ; ganization's Southern regional '1-4'
I They were protesting what they director, has announced t hat
called lack of Jobs for Negroes, this year's keynote presentationwill
1l pour housing and numerous consist of four papers on the L. V. Davis, president d me
I FOR 1 tJ subject of youth that have been Florida State Voters' League.Inc. .
other forms of mlst.eatment prepared by Deltas prominent In ., will preside at the Annual
accorded black Americans. their individual fields of endeavor. State Convention in the Mayflower -
They called the governor a bad Hotel April 27 and 21
name for saying thersls racial Inadequate Housing Is The four papers,to be presented all day each day. Davis willcome
J harmony in Louisiana This demonstration on Friday, April 12, at 11:00: from Gainesville, Fla.
was led by the local a.m. and followedbygroupolscusion -
I NAACP Forces
NAACP, with the state pre- Negro LeaderIs Cities' Biggest ProblemOur are: youth and politics,
sident in the forefront. by Joan Burt, assistant U.S.attorney Hartford To

I ;! There were not incidents many nation is a land of titles Most of our people, seven in ten, Washington, D. C.;
of the demonstrations. live today in cities. When we enter the Twenty-First Century, changing morals and mores, by Drop ChargesHARTFORD
DischargedWOODVILLE 250 ml \lon Americans will depend upon them for their homes/ Sara-Alyce Wright, director of
i Roosevelt City their livelihood, their future. youth projects In New York and CONN.-As art-
MBS.-One For goon or bad, our cities Long Island; education for living suit of a law suit filed by tilt
t j jr the Negroes elected to office provide environments makeus ptheria and pneumonia.In by Dr. Gloria Scott,assist National AisociatoafortheM
Grew From In Mississippi year has the kind of men and women, fact, inadequate housing ant to the president, ALT College vancement of Colored Poeple,
been ordered removed from we finally become. The kind of means lowered vitality, which Greensboro, North attorneys fo the City of Hartforfl .
r : his post as a Wilkinson Coun people we become in turn makes makes the occupants more sus- Carolina; and movement at-, and the State at ConnectIcut
Problem Of Bias supervisor after being con- America. tfeptlbl! t4t every kind of disease feeling youth, by Charlayne agreed to drop all charger
I + vlcted of a felony Inevitably, there has been neglect Hunter, first Negro to graduate against six persons arrested
ROOSEVELT CITY, ALA-; James Jolliff, Jr., was ordered and today our cities art from the University Alabama, connection with civil disorder
eS6S Roosevelt City Mayor Freddy removed the day after fee threatened by growth and decay, now oo a Russell Sage Foundation on Sept. 2122. 1967.Chirtt
0 } Rogers is a Negro. So are all was convicted of interfering two giant opposing forces. Too fellowship at St.Louis University. against the remaining U fefp-
five of Roosevelt City councilmen .. with state liquor agents who many of out people are living in dante in this cast will also be
the city clerk and the tried to examine a beer permitat dilapidated houses, walking on Delta's national president Is dropped.
lire chief, The police chief,, a Woodville cafe Circuit unsafe streets, breathing polluted the only woman member of the The suit had challenged tile
J 4" when appointed will be Negro Court Judge James Torrey air, raising children la k U.s. Civil Rights Commission constitutionality of Connecti
t also. ordered his removal which slums where the spirit Is demo A practising attorney M r a. cut's anti-riot and brick ot
; Roosevelt City. is the third was mandatory understate ,-allied and opportunities are p 'Freeman is now associate general peach laws, and two Hartf loitering
} allNegro city In Alabama. It law. narrowed. counsel of the St Louis- ordlances.
i represents a new form black Jollif was convictedby a Juryof Shelter will always be a baste Housing Authority. She has also Wilbur Smith, preslent of tilt
.o is power in the South- kind its 10 white men and two Negro need. Therefore, cities of the served as a U.S. District Judge Hartford NAACP Branch, u-
city fathers say win be con- men, then sentenced to two world art plagued by the same and worked as co-counsel: with pressed the blast that "the resolution
structive, not destructive. years in prison for five years basic problems, Inadequateand Constance Baker Motley on the of this suit will ban
ItWHRY k ky Roosevelt City would never probation. He said he would blight. Some older nations L. L. BASS legal staff of the XAACP.addition wide implications in demonstrating
,. have come into being if its hive found new solutions to Urban germ. Naturally, disease to heading the 320 chap to local and state officials
.. ;' residents had not felt the white The charge grew out of an Incident problems which can be spreads rapidly from one person ter women's orpal&aUoaUrs. the effectiveness of
community had turned Its backon. last Sept. 5. when two adapted to our own needs. Nextto to another, where a house Freemu serm ai r*govera- NAACP intervention and can be
} the problems of Negroes. Alcoholic Beverage Control Income, nothing else Influences lacks proper sanitation from ing board of the ft. .his community a great lever toward more harmonious
Division agents tried to Inspect the We of a family as household and in crowded tenements action program is a relalonships in the fu-
: ) Cn FAST ILESSCD RELIEF! the beer permit at a cafe does its home. There is a close lacking adequate plumbing member of the Missouri Association tore vHe noted also that the po-
owned by Gladys Davis Jolllff connection between health and Epidemics usually begin of Social Welfare! and lice dad agreed the estabUsb.ment -
i 'Yi ITCHINGBKIN said be tried to keep them out housing. Overcrowded homes in the worst housing sections of the Herbert Hoover Boys Club, of human relations unit
1. because they did not have a have twice u high an infant a community. Delegates to the conference within the department.
warrantalthough they told him mortality rate as ones not Inadequate housing affects morals
'GLOVES : they did not need not for a license crowded and a much higher in overcrowded homes NAACP's Wilkins Urges
: SCALINGBKIN sickness and death rate
i inspection among where there is no chance: for
t The ABCD said the law contains all ages. Lack of air and sun- privacy, especially when there
I e no requirement for a light and proper heating are favorable are lodgers or boarders. Morals Re-Education Of WhitesBERKELEY
IRRITATEDSKIN warrant to Inspect permits. to such diseases as hazards are high decency
rickets, colds,tuberculosis,dl- requires a certain amount of CAUF-MThe monumeDtattaskposed"b'ther.port -

t C PAIMEI-S "SKIN SUCCESS" OINTMENT privacy and dignity in personal of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
,. III. n I Relieves Itching Scaling and relationship. The dellquency is that of the re-educatlonofthewhtte America,".Roy Wilkins,
115/1 N Irritation of Psoriasis rate is several times higher In executive director of the National Association for the Advance

5154NoawOOD IOIIAAK eOlO'itl Ga neighborhoods where the house ment of Colored People, said in ad address prepared for delivery
ONLY 44 I NAININA' .1111. ing is particulary bad. Fewer at the
d aTaET ot AO Ml HUM lel' i:5 Centennial Charter Day observance of the University
AvE a 6 voINTSrW ECONOMY Ill III,on ONLY Me aJamif,41Iab' than half of the houses in America o f .California here, Saturday: afternoon: March Z).
.
I/N M../ SET HUD.TO.TOE PROTECTION standards measures of health.up to Yet minimum, this Is In this task, he told the stu- will feel the iron dslppresionIndividual
.ILO-tI. ".A"11.11e..ryAIN ':::= dents, faculty,admlnsltaUoD and have
will
/ { { Cclu' SOAP n the standard below which no freedom
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"OLIO N I4Ab .or. Ut friends, "a great university
wawaIAIYA' American family should be expected taken flight from our nation.
: a role to play..not
: merely role reverberatewith
{ "1IN {Viii{{ Oil. to fall. This does not include "While campuses
to add to its academic lustre of t
electric lights or central insistent delineations
heat; it does not include beautiful but one which could save the combat 10,000 miles away.mejr
surroundings ample and'pure peace of the nation. Universities cannot remain silent while a
,
EASTER IS THE TIME FOR COLOR PICTURES can the
running water inside the spread truth about Congress indulges in unfeeling
AT THE DIANA SHOPSThe house, a modern sanitary toilet race and racism to their students and naked political delay, ID
in
for the exclusive classes and seminars this election on civil
EASTER* SAT SUN MON use of the to the year .
wider publics of alumni the
family, located inside the house, rights legislation'and on
rooms of sufficent site and and the general community of other measures essentla to racial -
Easter Parade begins at scholars'
the
Diaaa number to give necessary prr- justice"
Shops with the greatest collection of racy to the members of the The universities, the NAACP And further, he Insisted,"col l.
fashions ever. You' 11 find our selectionsare family. It does not include leader said "can make cer lege students and their mentorsas
at their best in the newest of the sunlight and ventilation and tain of their own policies are free they inveigh against whit
new for Mom Dad freedom from dampness. Adequate any taint of racism." He racism, cnnot compromise oo
Brother and
; lister.JUSFSAY called:
them
FULL LIVING fire protection, prompt upon to "campaign black racism. If any diligent
collection of wast material,and. against the inferior elementary scholar convinces himself frO f
COLOR :'" BLACK & WHITE rental fee not to exceed twenty- and tems secondary educational sys- the open record that white racism -
that
five percent of the family Income chop down as many has brought the nation to
are not provided. aspiring Negro youngsters before this pass, how can he blink as
Both in cities and counties a they reach a campus" black racism? Is not the other
large proportion of the houses Moreover, "the universities but repeating the monologue -
falls far below these simple can keep a vigil and loss a cry ? Why, then, should I
over the
standards. The effects of bad trigger of practically student of logic, a seeker after
all
housing are more serious lathe racial outbreaks; the police truthm a practitioner of the humanities
city because of congestion. In and their relatlns with the stoop to this accomo-
most of the cities of the United Negro community. Civil dis dation?

BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO States stand miserable slums. because orders is everyone's business- As in the time of Frederick
( For example, one fourth of the everyone suffers." Douglass, the NAACP leader
.f. people of New York still live in Wilkins warned that "the pre concluded Is
today's problem
GRAND OPENING, EASTER SUN. APRIL 14th wretched tenement biddings in with sent trend toward a'crackdown "to ,establish firmly the validity
armored
a manner declared illegal since cars, personnel of constitutional democracy
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES 1902. At the present rate of destruction carriers and other, automatic weapons in a multi racial society. Such
it win take 138 yearsto riot control device of so-called an endeavor toward bona fide
get rid of them. These tenements is definitely not the integration commands the enlistment
768- 300 "Charge It" have over more than ZOO, can way beat to peace down in our cities We of out g-eaiest institutions
000 rooms without windows to disorders in and our most resourceful
fashion
outer air frequently a hall toilet but we will emerged either *
minds to
2422 N.: MYRTLE AYE 15th & MYRTLE TAKE MONTHS TO PAY is shared by as many as Z5 Police black but state white in which not only rending or a perversion avery of out

"r. CONTINUED ON PACE 16 dissenters on ideals and our national purpose.
any Public
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Cancer Society Committee MetropolitanClub WWOOi."ORTH'$ ; '

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The Metropolitan Has Tea Club will DOWNTOWN ONLY-300 HOGAN ST. ::1:1I

present its first.tea SundayAp- ,I ,
rU 21, at the Garden center,377
w West 17th, from 4 to6p.rn.Mrs. NATIONAL INFANTS'AND

Clotye Pridgen Instructor at I II
the Darnell Cookman Junior TODDLERS' WEEK II
High School, will be the princi- I
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Ii.I tM jj jl pal speaker. Mrs. Pridgen will
speak of Dr.Martin Luther King i
Mrs. Edith Jones will be guest
'hite [N.ilw soloist.
Ijifr lll.elirarllinu, Others appearing'will .be the
Young Peoples' Band, the Ensemble
Till
rl II I IUt, n 1111 of St. Stephens A.M.E. .l
Church: Mr. Brown. Mrs Ro-

..,. tiiilifllilsll+ wtne Hurtles Louis Howel!*.
Ielii rta1111 Mrs Eula Mae Williams, 01- lc 1
ill!!!!" >} ft
lie Clarkmaster ceremonies \d1
e Rills \
t' and Chairman, Mrs. Llllle Mae r.t .
.1 Smith and Mrs Janle VeeCrockett. '

a ylt Proceeds will go to
1'r
lie building fund of thk Metro
politan Nursing Home.


Delphium Ladies
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Spnsor MusicalThe t

Delphium Ladles Club will !
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sponsor a musical tea Sunday, .
April 21, from 4 to 6 p,m., at ,\
the YWCA, 8th anil Calhoun. ,
Mrs Theresa Aaron is prsl-
dent Louis B. Jackson reporter K e n \
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CosmetologistsTheme

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TIM Special Events Committee of tile American Cancer Society, Itarlon Whitehead, WRHC Gospel Queen, Mrs Hthel Bannister- Will Be W /7A\
Eugene BuUer High Branch, has planned two outstanding affairs, Mrs. Olivia Forest and Mrs Audrey Jones Standing, from
both In May A tea will be sponsored on Mar S In the home of right, they are: Mrs. Birdie Malbor, Mrs Jennie Vee Crockett, Future Action
Mrs. Evelyn Hansberry, Thlrleth and Lee. An Evening In Paris Mrs. Irene Williams, Mr. J.W Brown and Mr. Lewis J. Howell. '
will be held at the Mayflower on May 26. Above are Interested Mrs. Bannister Is chairman. "Preparing the foundation for ,
Cancer Society workers. Seated from right, they are: Mrs the Future" Is the theme of the
twenty-ninth annual convention II


Jacksonville Urban League C ]ill n i: dells of be Cosmetologist's the held Orange In the Nora Blossom Association Mayo auditorium State to


Gets Aid From Union Units 19-23, Mrs.in Winter Cathlean Haven B.,Ross May ustei'

ATLANTA, SpecUlRecruiting( ) drives and "cram" Is state president. L.( 1 QOW \
eouses for apprenticeship examinations will be conducted In Will Mart Hardy, 209 Ulsey Raymond Anderson, 3119 Brl- The spotlight will be on Mu
Rd. 71 and Rebecca dler St. 38 and Gloria Jean Patterson Chapter of Theta Nu Sigma National ;
:Jacksonville to help at least 20 minority group youth try for Louder,209 ,
apprentlcshlps In the building and construction trades. Utsey Rd., 84. 1503 E. 25th St., 18. Sorority, May 19, 4:00 :!
p.m., when they present their
Secretary of Labor Willard and coaching wUl be provided Franklin Lewis Ellis, Jr., 758 State St., first annual "Spring Enchantment" Choose
Wlrtc announced Larry Mathews,6569 a wardrobe of these soft, premium tot- \ ,'
today that agreements for 300 to 400 hats for all
apprenticshlp Manhattan Dr., 21 and Eleanor 61 and Carrie Earls, 806 W. featuring '
knits and
for ton clilnot for Infants and toddlers, e.
Apprenticeship candidates the
by are'a AFL- Attain Daniels 7226 Richardson 1st St., 63.ArthlU' occasions, shapes and colors, "
-
Outreach programs had also CIO Building and Construction Rd. 1$. at tea-time. Mrs. Marion E, Mix 'n' match polos, cardigans, thortt, ovcralli, J
been signed In four other cities, Trades Councils. Lee Brlsby, 1122 Muldrow, of Miami Is baslleus. skirts and more. All In allilOrtool.'Olon. ::t

Los Angeles, St. Louis,Colura- The Labor Department's Man- Alvin West Harold, 1956 West Spearing St., 42 and Elizabeth Highlights of the trade show '
busm Ohio, and Plttsburg. power Administration has provided 24th St., 21 and Helen Jennings, Stokes, 1548 Spearing St., 31. and work-shop will be the fabulous A. trilPie role, CripiMrihouldrr. C. tOUMIS rote, CrlpprfplackrtSixr 'i
In each city, expert guidance. more than $230,300 for 1956 W. 24th St., 22. hair style revue, the coronation SII.f'II.4. 1.4 : 1..1.45 .
this latest group of cities participating of the State Queen and OlM, INOtn with '""'" ;
Florida Gets Grant In the/ Apprenticshlp William Henry Junior Boyd Robert Leroy Demery, 1928 the dance The theme will be style waUt. 2.4..lee ,(tUwai NIT" lONeitt.'t I.with'. ..hour.La
Outreach program 10S3 Logan St., 19 and Jeanette Brooklyn Rd., 30 and Joyce Ann "Invitation to Summer" May a. tits rote with Crlpprr ,
Severla hundren unemployed Elaine Manns, 1053 W. LoganSt. Battles, 1128 E. 24th St., 19. 21, D.A. Julius of Miami workshop shouhh Sires 1.1. ,ntKMT e. MMMt tlf. Crlpprr 'shadrkrpdbs
For Anl-Poverty WorkA youths are put though the courses ., 19.Robert. and trade show administrator snd lion-
to help them to Professor Lemons 1520 N. MMTt with hour, rr wait pant*. Knittedstyle ,
federal anti-poverty grant of the top In score near Myrtle Ave. Mrs. Bessie DU of walrt. 13....,111 cotton.lN inn*., ,"......
any tests held by 65 and Lester
Benjamin George, 1034 ls chairman. Mrs. R.
$168,828 to the State of Florida Tampa
':... announced today by William .Joint apprentlcshlpcommlttees. Fairfax St., 20 and Altamese Lesane, 1520 N. Myrtle Ave, Louise Busty of Orlando Is
The will "
youths be tie
W. Suttle,'Acting Southeast Re- recruited Laura Graham,--174 3 W. 2nd chairman of the.Artist Bureau.
glonal Director of the Office of from I variety u 6f sources, Including -. 'St., 16.; *,On May 22 the annual Chosen
the local State Emplo-
Economic Opportunity, Atlanta, "SO" and President's Banquet
ment Serflces Apprenticeship will feature Mrs. Louise Dupreeof
.Ga. Information Centers, and Social Bell Telephone Special I
Grantee for this program Is Cocoa, chairman. I
Leon County-Tallahassee, Fla. Service agencies.The The historical event In the organization ,L
The executive director Is Jim course of Instruction will Will Be Seen April 26 will be the GroundBreaking ri I I '
Baz. be of four weeks' duration for Ceremonies for the

This grant will provide tech specific apprentlcship: examination Louis Armstrong, one of th world's greatest Jan trumpeters Research Center in Washington
hlcal assistance and consultative such as carpentrysheetmetal will be seen recording: a new none on the Bell Telephone, Sunday, May 26, at 3:00: p.m. Imlmmt fro***, fir It1 lalaals's.ersackcr
services to staff agencies: electrician plumber, Hour Special "Jus i The Intimate Art. Friday, April 26 A beautiful "Ground Breaking
and Institutions u needed to etc. Union members and other over NUC-TV. Aso featured on the colorcut will be Jazz musicians Banquet".will be held on Sunday COTTON NESSES DIAPER SETS COOl PHUFMES
enable them to participate ef qualified people experienced In Dave Brubeck, Dizzy Gillesple and newcomer Charles night to end this event The
tectivelyandpertormtheirprojper apprenUcshlp examinations will Lloyd. President of the United States

roles In a statewide coordinated be employed material to for assist study in developing and Stepping out of retirement, also feature three Ditty's Jaxx has been Invited. There will be 1.99 1.99Fssycsre 1.99itlnm
and television
radio
attack on poverty. pace-setting pianist- composer cohortsLouis Armstrong, newspaper,
for coaching and tutoring. Mock
Dave Brubeck will also be heard coverage All States are to be
oral tat will be held tq acquaint Dave Brubeck and Charles Wanh-wear broadcloth Import luttons whIt nUuto iirtliin with rrrmliMMIIU
Walter Harris the prospects with the In a performance of his new oratorio Lloyd. represented. with mocking, appllnue or lined punts! Many tlvfei. fur full kwii-tw. link, I>|IM>,
routine. "The Light In the wilder The wild, new sound of saxophonistflautist embroidery trims. 9 to 18 mot. buy or gUU., Sire tt-18 arias,' Inhil. Sims U. 12, IN mo.
The five cities announced today ness," The program,which will Charles Lloyd, Cooper's Academy
Choral Plans bring to 26 the number of citieswhere also feature Louis Armstrong, favorite of today's younger generation a -
Apprentlcship Outreach Ditty Gillesple and newcomer will be heard In an Imfmmlt9SHEER r'F
programs are being conducted.The Charles Lloyd, will explore the excerpt from one of his own Announces Contest T.ddltrs'
Grand Musical tutoring concept, now personalities of these four composition, "Forest Flower Cooper's Academy Is In the / DRESSES COTTON SLIPS
The Walter B. Harris High called Apprenticeship Outreachwas artists In attempt bshow bow on the Friday, April 26, Bell midst of a contest, "Most Popular r s I
created and conducted by different characters produce Telephone Hour color special Boy at Cooper's' This will
Concert Chorale will be sponsored I
In a musical extravu- the Workers Defense League in different kinds of Jus. Jass The Intimate Art," Louis terminate at 4 p.m. SUDda,,"-- J299 'I19eaek
The
za, at the First New Zion Baptist New York city with highly acceptable free-wheeling of mercurial armstrong, Dave Brubeck and ill 14. Many participants will ; F
personality Dizzy Gillesple
will aUobe featured
Ditty Gillespie
three be present.
success nearly ,
Church
April 28, at 3;00P.m. Is revelaed the Bell
years ago. WDL In operating Hour on Telephone on the program which will Michael Keys Is among the Nylon or beds, runty will: Built-up or ktrap styles of r I t
The chorale has a vast re- programs in six communities The Intimate Special "Jut: show how different personalities !- contestants. A special effort matching slip. Lace or cmbroidery fine Supima. cotton.White '
pretoire. They have traveled The Urban League has become Art. Presented produce dlffernet kinds of will be put forth Saturday afternoon trim*. 0-18 area to sixes 1. 2. 3.Crmlvr .
expensively In Florida The Ken the largest contractor for such on Friday, April 26, over NBC- Jazz for him. The churchIs Iv- ,t
TV, the full-hour colorcast will {
located at 2032 Benedict -
Knight Show was the scene of programs today with programs
of one of their most dramatic In eleven cities.The League refers Bell Artists Bishop M.C.H.Cooper Is pas
concerts this year This Chorale to its program u Labor Telephone tor and founder. J Jl'
Is under the leadership Education Advancement: Pro- t
'of Vlrdell Jakes. grams. 'a, Raines PTA MeetsTo
Jakes Is a graduate of the New Other programs are being con
.Stanton Senior High SchooL ducted by the Trade Union Lead
Discuss Confab
There be accompanied the glee ership Council in Detroit and J W
club for two years. And later the Opportunities Industrlallu- The William M. Raines P.T.A. c
attended and finished Edward lion Center InWashlngton, D.C. meets Thursday night, AprU 18,

.Waters College He enrolled at at 7:30 p.m The agenda will ",..."' ,tI Irds.r. limm fmmrlTMININi ....... Air"
the Florida State
University
emphasize the Florida State
the summer of 1966. He tile a Congress Mrs.Cornelia Prime COTTON DIAPEIS PANTS COTTON PANTS
return to FjS.U. the following L: L Is prsldent.Dr.Andrew Robinson .
summer to continue work towards Y.M.C.A. Drive Is principal.
his master 57$ 3 !'IIt
Some of the soloist are: Audrey I fe>.. Pr.
Williams, Johnnie Ver- Goes Into April 18 Ultra Mod ernettes a,.. Sic .,. .19+ fr.Rrlijorcetl .

dell, Floretta Spaulding. Patri- The Wider center panel for greater Super alworlient panel... : training pant of
cia Floyd Annette Smith, Curtis Membership Committeeof Meet On BibleThe dborbency.Woven selvajir fur ble fabric sides. crotch keep soft aUorUiit cotton. Triple
Murray, and many others. the YWCA will continue its looser wear. Soft, wun t iKjfe baby dry kmger. Cotton.M. crouh. Whi..... Slut 1 to 4.
Mrs. Lucile Mote Is president. solicitation of membership Ultra Modernettes Social
Mrs. Genwrlght Is public relations through the month of April.Top Club will meet In the home of
officer. leaders at this release are Mrs. The' mercurial personalities of Gillespie and the flautist Mrs. Mary Clark,1720 West Utb SPECIAL OFFER
C.A. Ward Mrs. Vlcey F.Jame..r. technique of Chart Lloyd will be part of the Armstrong- o n Apr 1113 at 7 p.m. Impor I
.. Carole A. Meeks GUlespleBrubeckLloud Bell Telephone Special of April 26, tant business will be discussed
New Stanton Nigh School.Mrs; 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. on NBC, Television.This special Is designed Tb Bible verse begins with E. This Coupon entitles the bearerto .
Century Savings FJ. Dixon: Mrs. Hortense J. to show four different treatments of the Jazz Idiom through .The club plans a.trip to the zoo j
ton
Brewing S.P.
Livingston dour of the world's greats. In May. :
Elementary School; Mrs. De- a FREE GIFT for baby in our
Holds Annual TeaThe lorls-. Baker,Mrs.Maggie Sloan,
Mrs Buts B. Evwns, Mrs. AnOle Gladiola Ladies Isaiah Blocker Jolly S.S. Club Downstairs
the
and Social Infants in
Century Savings Burnett, Mrs. Frances Alz- Department
Club will have its annual tea ander, Mrs Sallie A. Harris Celebrates Annual Offers CoursesAn
Sunday! April 28, from 4 to 6 and Mrs. Ora Mae Foster.. Will 'Hold Meeting Sites Floor
in the home of Mr. and The YWCA will also serve The Gladiola Ladles Social and Adult Educate Class Is
Yrs. Gary Breeden, 2059 West YWCA Week, April 21 to the. Savings Club will celebrate the being held on Monday and Wed- meet The Jolly In the Croup home SJS.Club of Mr. will and PLUSA
12th Street. 7, with programs and open 36th anniversary with a tea and nesday at the Isaiah Blocker
Mrs. Mary Woods is program house. April 24 Is World the 34 of the School Mrs Manuel Huff, 21)7 Jupiter
Francis YWCA anniversary pre 2335 Davis, from 6.30 Saturday April 13 at7.JO.Mrs. 10 % Discount on ALL purchases
Mildred ,
chairman. Mrs. Membership Day. sldent on Sunday, April 11, at to 9 p.m. Books and materialare Geneva is
is'in charge of refresh Classes now In progress at the Wilder Center, Third and Mt. free. AU are invited. president. Mrs. M.
ments. They w1\1' be assisted Branch YWCA are Karate on Herman Streets, at 330. The Wilson Is reporter. This. Offer Expires April 11 1968

,by others Monday and Thursday at 6..00 Gretel and Gertie Talent School
On Saturday, April ZO, a party p.m. Young people are Invited will be featured. The club with To for your baby including Lay -Ways
will be given at the home of t enroll THE Children's Dance the largest attendance will receive CURE MORE OIVE.MOREto
Mrs. Lilly McPherson, 1534 Class'meets on Saturday at U: a prize. A birthday cake
Johnson Street. 00. will be shared by guests. Mrs.
AMERICAN
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Hostess St. Stephen's Heroines Are Bible For A President. St. Philips Sunrise Services Feature


'4 A.M.E. List Holding eighty-sixth Annual ConfabThe Grand --r Church GuildAnnounces TeaThe Many Religious Programs I

Communication of the Grand
Unique Service Court of the Heroines of Jericho Bishop Delaney Guild of St. Easter Sundaylncludlng early sunrise services, will be fea-
will be held April 15 Philip's Episcopal Church is tured In many Jacksonville churches. Apecial choir music win
SL AME through April 19. In charge will sponsoring a Musical Tea on hA presented. Sermons. will be delivered on the value of Easterthe
F Stephen's Church will
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Ir and
have a sunrise service at be Grand Master Rudolph Brad- w ; Sunday, April 21, 1968 from 5 to ie of Jesus, namely 1 His suffering deliverance
6 a.m., Sunday. A choir of 100 ley, Heroine Lola Johnson, n- 7 p.m., in the Parish HalL Grant Memolal A.M.E., 921 with the service at'5:30 t.,
boys and the Ensemble band will lustlous E.D.Gibson and Vener- The featured organist will be Clam will feature a five-o'clock The combined choirs will sing'
r .. appear. The two will able Patton. Henry A. Mack, organist at Bethel service, presenting United Sunday school will begin at9:30'('
+ la the groups Meetings will be held at the.. Baptist Institutional choirs and the Male Chorus. with Nathaniel Singleton and the
: participate morning ser
Board Communion will administer teachers in charge. The Bible
vice at 11 a.m. The Choir will Masonic, Temple, 410 Church.
k present a cantata at 7 street. Also appearing on the program ed. Dr. Reddick, pastor, will verse will begin with P. The
p.m. On MondayA rU 15 at 9:30: will be Vocalists Madames June spear.. on"5The Eternal Pre- morning worship will begin at
the annual board meeting will Davis and Luella McBride. Instrumentalists sence." The combined usher 10:45.: Devotions will be led by.
Royal Arch raters take place. The agenda for the, are: Julian E. boards will serve at 10:45 Dr. Deacon James Melton and his
y At Bethel day has been planned to provide White, Kenneth Tolbert, Reddlce will speak on Peter's staff of deacons. Music will be
k Meet New for each activity. Degrees Charles Sykes and Ernest Easter and Ours. Choir No. 2 furnished by Choirs No. 2 and
'The Royal Arch Fraternity will be given at 2 p.m. The White. and Usher Board No. 2 will No. 4 with Mrs. Rattle Best,
', s + will hold its anniversary Sun- Grand Court of Sorrows will serve..At 6:45 p.m. Rev FD. musician In charge. Usher
dayatNewetbelkMEchurchpa convene at 3:30. Deputies will Richardson Jr.,win speak.The Board No. 2 will serve. The
at 7:30 p.m. James Hawkins, meet at 5 p.m.Memorial Pride Of Maceo Easter program will be presented deaconess board will meet after
vice chairman of the trustee services will be in the auditorium at 4 p. the morning worship. The Missionary
board Is chairman. Rev. E. Sunday night, April 14,' at New Temple Has Meet m. Society will meet at p;
HEROINE A. M. FRAZIER Jones.pastor, will deliver the Bethel A.M.E. Church. Fred Grant Memorial's Sunday m. In the church. The Easter
Mrs. A.M.Frazler Heroine keynote message. Alexander is high priest. The The Pride of Maceo Temple school will begin at 9:30: with exerclseunder the direction ti
of the Heroines of Jericho is church is located at third' NEW YORK President William V$. Tubman of Liberia is presented No. 186, IBPOE of W will meet A.V. Rose superintendent, In Miss Mattie Gantt and Mrs.Emma -
... in the host demartment which Central I Baptist and Tyler Streets. a silver-bound Bible by B'nal B'rlth the Jewish service Thursday, April 18 at 8 p.m. charge The pastor will review Melton will begin at 5 D.
will handle matter pertaining Missionaries Meet On Tuesday, April 16, the organization, in recognition of his country's friendship and close at 712 Duval. Daughter Ruler the lesson. The businesses session m. evening. The worship begint
courtesy for the eighty-sixth .' courts will assemble 8:30: and ties with the people Israel. Making the presentation are Sen Hattie J. James wil 1 be In of the second quarterly at 6:30: On Monday at 5 p.m
annual Grand Communication A missionary program will be 'directed, by Deputy A.M. Frailer ator Jacob K. Javlts (left) of New York and Eugene Sugarman, charge. This Is the last meet- conference will'be conducted the annual Egg Hunt will take
of the Grand Court of Jericho.. given by the Central Baptist will receive the Grand president of B'nal! B'rlth's Northeastern district. Mr. Tubmanis Ing before the state association Friday, April 12, at 8 p.m. place. Sunday school students
B.Y.P.U. Sunday, April 14, at Court. The parade will begin a student of the Bible. In accepting gift, he described it as in Clarwater, Fla. Queen B. West Friendship Baptist, 945 are invited. Tuesday at 8 p.m.
8p.m' after 10 a.m., and will honor the "a light to illuminate the pathways of man." Williams, reporter. Carrie, will memorialize Eas the regular prayer meetlngwin
75th year of founding. Awards Presides ter. Sunday school will place be held. Bible studying will be
CALLWHITIINGTONROGERS and presentations will be madein ....a MH fcUr stress on the Easter season. featured. On Wednesday and
the main auditorium after .a_ Deacon Henry Cotton will be In Friday at 8 p.m. Prayer meet-
FUNERAl HOME the parade. Memorial services charge, assisted by his staff. tag and Bible study will be fea-
will be held on the fifth floor at [J CHURCH NEWS TI j The morning service begins at turned. Choirs rehearsals are

'8 p.m. 10:45: with the pastor preaching.. Wednesday and Friday nights
For sympathetic The annual banquet will be I Combined choirs and combined at 8 p.m. Mrs.Bessie Merchant

service' Wednesday April 17, In the Atlantic FIRST BORN TEMPLE usher boards will participate.At Is reporter. Rev. J.C. Rogers

of distress Coast Une building.WU- Sunday Is Missionary Day Sunday School begins at 10 a.m., with 1 p.m. Holy Communion will Is pastor.
lemma A. Young is B.C.P.R. Mt. Olive Baptist's Youth Department .
be administered. Rev.A.V.WlI-
Deacon M.McQueen,superintendent, charge.The morning worship -
attendants
Courteous The motor cade from Jacksonville Rev. W.L. Glanta
son will be assisted by thedea- ,
begins at 11 a.m.The missionaries will lead the devotlonals.
on duty 24 hours to Pomona Park and the Mrs. Matte Johnson will be the speaker The Easter program will cons. The Easter exercises by will present a Passion Play ot
to serve you laying of the cornestone of the be given at 4 p.m. The church Is located at 825 West Monroe. the Sunday school will begin at Easter Sunday, at 6:30.Twenty
new building will begin Friday at 4p.m.At characters wll 1 perform. Deacon
Mrs. Mary M. Rogers RN 930.: HOLSEYC.M.E. Goodsheperd Baptist webb will be In charge as*
James Crawford Church 1722 West 29th the special slated by Mrs.Edith Turner an
The Easter program will be at 5 p.m. Sunday School begins at ,
SAMUEL C. ROGERS Joseph Baldwin Heroines Of 9:30: with Mrs. Births Gruttnand teachers In charge. The morning Easter program will be at Mrs. -W.L. Glanton, Miss Wilma .
worship begins at 11 am., with the pastor in charge All 3 p.m. Rev. Alex Garvln Is pas Corbin will be the musician.
800 West State And Madison Jericho MeetThe babies will be christened Sunday morning after the service. Rev. tor. The Sunday schoolstudylng The life of Christ will be pore

24 JIOUlt Dave McElvln pastor. Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert Is secretary. the Easter theme, will beginat rayed.
AVBILANCE SERVICE Phone 351-7879 Heroines of Jericho will The church Is located at Third and Franklin Streets 9:45. The morning worship At Friendship Baptist Church,
meet April 13 onthe fourth floor. begins at 11 a.m. The Senior New King's Road the East
Our Only Establishment-No Branches of the masonic lodge building- SECOND BAPTIST Choir and the UsherBoard will program will be Sunday at 1 p.

at 410 Board street at 10 a.m. ILL. E. D. GIBSON 33' Sunrise services will be held Sunday, 5 to 6 a.m. Rev. J.C. serve. The evening service also m. Sunday school begins at....
Sams, assisted by the associate minister, will conduct the dedicated to Easter,will feature with Deacon Brown In charge
Grand Venerable Patron rites. Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. Consecration rites for the message by Rev. W. The morning worship will beJil
Heroines of Jericho the deaconesses, deacons, choirs and ushers will take place at M. Morris, at 7 p.m. at 11 a.m The Chorus and Usher
]International Joshua.tJ.S.A; 1045. The Youth Department will present a program In the after At Mi.. Olive Primitive Bcp- Board No. 1 will serve all
Illustrious EJ.Gibson.Grand noon. The evening worship begins at 7 p.m.The combined choirs Ust the Easter program will day. The Gospel Chorus will
Venerable Patron of the Heroines will sing, directed by Charles T. Maxwell and Albert P. Henderson. be presented at 5:30 Rev. J. celebrate the fourth anniversary
The F.W. Woolworth of Jericho and International Church address: 954 Kings Road. M. Dixon Is pastor. Sunday Monday night, April 15,
Joshua of the United school. Sunday school will open at 8 P.m. Mrs. Cora Albertte
States of America, wit I be NEW BETHEL A.M.E. at 9:30 win Mrs. A.M.Fmler is president. Rev.1.tmusS.lI11t1
among the distinguished fraternal Easter will be ushered In at 11 a.m. Sunday. The Rev. superintendent, In charge. A Is pastor.
workers in attendance 'at E. Jones, will speak. All choirs will sing The btchoolwill Sunrise service will be held also Easter will be emphasized it
1\ Company joins The. Nation the eighty-sixth Grand Com- present the lesson study at 9a.m.and an Easter program at Bessie M. Foster Is reporter Dayspring Baptist Rev Cyrus
munication of the Heroines at 3:30.: Monday at 8 p.m., will feature the annual Easter Egg Hunt Weaver, pastor, will spent
\ the Masonic Temple,410 Board.' which will end at the home of Professor PJ. Williams On April At MU Olive A.M.E. Easter morning and night Music wffl
21 the Sarah McGlnnls Missionary Society will present a talent service will be held at 5 a.m. be furnished by the seniors
program. Four babies will be in a contest. The four seasons of ke,. B.J.Williams, pastor.will choirs, with Sammie Lee Di-
St. Matthews Unit the year will be represented by local citizens.Mrs Serena Tol- deliver the sermon.Communlon vii In charge as well u Mrs
bert has announced that Mrs. Elnor McBride will be hostess for will be administered. 'J'bII.tQm; R.P. Benthone and Mrs. W.
In Mourning The Tragic Plans Hat Affair the Bethel Boosters C1J on April 28 at 4 p.m. bind choirs, directed by Alvin M. WUUa. Sunday school betUa!
i Green, will sing The Easter It 9:30, with Janes Kindles
UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST message will also be brought
ge
I District No: 1 of St. Matthews Sunday School at 930 with superintendent and teachers In at II a.m. The Sunday school president Easter Service
Baptist Church will sponsor charge. The pastor will review the lesson.DeaconsD.B. Pollard will bold the Easter exercise wil 1 be held at 4 p.m. by bt
Pretty Hat On Parade '
Tea Sunday and Robert King will be In charge devotions at 11 a.m. The pas during the afternoon, with Paul Sunday school.Mrs.Luclle
April 28, at 4 p.m. in the tor will preach. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Owens u superintendent. tin will be In charge. The 8.T.

Loss Of A Great American educational will also be building.featured Coffures The Easter program will be at 4 p.m., with Mrs. Lucille Gay In U. will begin at 4 p.m. Usher
Edna B. Calhoun by Mrs. charge. The deacons meet Monday night. Rev. Jake Ray Is pas Friendship Primitive Baptist Board No. 2 will serve ft-
will Many Clubs tor. Mrs. Leomla MUler Is reporter. The church Is located at First and Pearce streets, will lure events are: April Zl, S p.
Watkins participate Is Mrs. Emma 613 Pippin Street.BETLEHEM have its Easter program Sunday m., Joint anniversary of tilt
general chairman
Mrs. Johnnie at 5 pm. The Sunday school anniversary Deaconess Board No.l 2, and
B. Marshall
Is
president. Deacon BAPTIST will be Sunday at 9.30: 3; April 14, 3:30 p.m. anniversary
Is leader. T.C.Wiggins- Sunday School begins at 9.30; with Superintendent Eugene Saw- District No. 1 will have the for the Pulpit Aid Board,
yer in charge. He will be assisted by Mrs. Lillie Webbert and mothly meeting at the church April 25, 4 to 6 p.m. Calendar
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Mrs. Sadie Fedd. Rev J.C. Flnney will speak in the morning at 4 p.m. Mrs Leaster Smith Tea, sponsored by Choir
service The Easter program will beat3p.m. At 5 p.m. District will be in charge of the Sunday No. 2 April 28, Anniversary
Pallbearers No. 1 No. 3 and District No. 8 wUl meet at the church. The evening ser school procram. Deacon Tea for District No. S.Aprl;
vice begins at 6 p.m. Usher Board No. 2 and the Young Adult J.R. McPherson is leader of 29Jolnt Anniversary of choirs.
Choir will serve throughout the day. On Saturday, April 20, District No 1 Rev.H. Robinsonis
Announce Big TeaThe District No. 4 will sponsor a trip Magnolia Lake. Rev. Ernest pastor.
Williams Is acting pastor. Mrs. Vivian Wilson Is reporter. Sandhill Florida's St. James
1929 1968 Pallbearers Society No. EMANUEL BAPTIST Baptist Church will feature the Emanuel Baptist
14 will have the spring tea Sunday
Lambet
Sunday
On Tuesday the teachers meet. Prayer meeting 1s also held. Gospel Express -
April 28, in the educational Will
building of Mt. Ararat Baptist On Wednesday Choir No.3 wll meet at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. at 8 p.m. In an Easter pro- Sponsor Tea
Celestine Harris 2467 West 28th. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 gram. Rev. s.s. Rachlo is pas
Church from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. tor. The Douglas Emanuel Baptist Church will
JordanSingersl
will rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. On Thursday the noonday
Clara Tillman Is president. prayer be the scene on April 21 of a
service will be held at the church. The monthly conference Georgia will also be pre
Dual Day tea. Mrs. Luella B.
will be hel at the usual On sent.
hour. Friday Choir No. 1 will meetat
Carter will
8 p.m. The Easter Sunrise Service begins at 5 a.m. Sunday Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church of Galilee Baptist
school begins at 9.30 with Superintendents Mrs. Mamie Fields will celebrate Easter in all its be the principal speaker.,

.and Deacons George Smith in charge. Consecration begins at programs. The Sunrise Service
PL9LCt I e @
a 10:45. The morning worship begins at U a.m. with the deaconsin begins at 6 ajn. Morning wor-
,charge. The band of fellowship will be given. Holy cm- ship will follow. The youth IN MEMORIAMI
munlon will be administered at 2 p.m. with Rev. Badger, pastor church will glveaprogramSun-
.tl1R faEG1 WASH S in charge, and delivering the semen Choirs No. 1 and No. say at 4 p.m. Rev. J.C.Banner- love you John, I love yon,
2 and the usher boards No. 1 and No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Marion man pastor, has announced an but God.loved you more,andba
c Carter and c.b.flsher will be In charge of the music. official board meeting at his sweetly called you to yonder
The committee for Dual Day will present Fashions on Parade home 3543 Gladys street. shiny shore..
Heavy 'Duty big Family Sunday night at 8 p.m. The adult division of the Sunday school Greater Macedonia Baptist Signed: Wife, Ada Mae Sprt-
sis. washers guarantee ii. rs4C will present a pageant Sunday night sifter communion. 3333 FranklinRev. J.C.Rogers g e r II, Sister-in-laws, Bro
clean washes every & I F % .. MT. SALEM BAPTIST pastor will celebrate Easter ther-In-laws, nieces,nephew
time. Quality construction +, Sunday school begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Jack Green all day Sunday. This will begin and family.
for long life and t in charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by Rev. Tony .

.===: rj service free operation. ,. y Neal. The morning devotion begins at U a.m. with DeaconsJ.L. YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO TOWN TO GET
Sims and Eugene Calhoun In charge. Choir No. 3 and
j d Usher Board No. 1 will seve. Rev. W. Jackson will bring the
sermon. The Easter program will be presented at 3:30 p.m.
$ Mrs. Virginia LoU, Misses Viola Johnson and Gladene Neal LOW PRICESDRUG
will be in charge. On Moday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse.
.. !i1 Prayer meeting will be Tuesday night. On Thursday night
Choir No. 1 will rehearse. The church is located at 128122nd.Rev. .
i DOWN W.L. Rodgers is pastor. Mrs. Cathrine Sampson re STORE NEEDS
porter.

V4
2 large rinse tubs on NEW MT. OLIVE WEWILLhMEET }{ I r b b 0 r boo d Drill store
rollaboat stand and r Sunrise services, will be held Sunay. Choir No.2 will serve. ANY PRICES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL
I large supply ot Tide. Services will begin at 5 a.m. Sunday school begins at 9:30.The PAPERS We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescrip-
pastor Rev. W.L. Glanton, will review the lesson. Morning tines
worship begins at 11 a.m. with a sermon by the pastor.Choir
No. 2 will sing. Miss WUma Carbin will be at the instrument.The .
Easter playlet will be at 6:30 with the Youth Departmentin Dixie

charge. Pharmacy
TABERNACLE BAPTIT INSTITUTIONAL
The women of the church will have Women's Day on Sunday,
May 19, Mrs. Alkens Is general chairman. Sunday school begins '1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE
at 9:30.: The lesson will be revlewedby Miss Joann Poole.
I The morning service begins at U a.m. Rev. W.E.Young will Hilt 3535597
speak. All youth choirs and Ushr Board No. 2 will serve.The
teachers' meeting will be Wednesday afternoon at 6:45.: All PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
youth choirs rehearse: Wednesday afternoon at 6:45.:

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1'- Presbyterian Church Will Pledge Financial Support To Dr. King's :SCLC fiI




Leaders Bethel A.M.E. Youth Sings Catholic Unit "

Deplore Racism rJE: ,. Equality


That Led To His Murder .? Names Three DirectorsCHICAGO


l Three regional field directors have been named

NEW YROK-fllgh officials of the United Presbyterian Church ]| to the national staff of Project Equality, the nationwide inter- 1

inthe United States if America have expressed sorrow and symI religious drive to utilize the purchasing power of religious Institutions }

pathy over the death of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and 'I to achieve equal opportunity loaD aspects of employ 7 7ment J
have planned! strong assistance for SCLC. I .

me following statement was ]Master that he served, Martin The field directors ar: EddieW. ligious bodies Baha'i Eastern

Iss'Jed jointly by the Rev. Dri; I Luther King set his face Gibbs, western reglonRev.; Orthodox, Jewish, Protestant,

Eugene Smathers and WlHllm i steadfastly to challenge the tfal Richard Islerm eastern region, Roman Cahtollc and Unitarian

P. Thompson, Moderator and ]leadership of the Mtin to do y and John P. Sisson, southern Unlversalist and two private

Stated Clerk, respectively, of ]Justly and to follow after peach. region.PE agencies. Additional offices will i
the United Presbyterian General field directors are res- be opend In major cltls this I

Assembly: ponslbl for Interpreting the year. A national PE counclel I j'

"Martin Luther King was a College Park goals and methods of the pro- Is the programplanning body. I
committed Christian, a great gram to religious institutions The NCCIJ, founded in 1960,
American, a dedicated servant r R in local communities and for serves 150 Catholic hlman relations

of all manklng. Wisdom and Fla. 1 helping set up new offices in and urban organt rations,

courage were the hallmarks of t I varlojs: states or metropolitanareas. Including 29 In the South. It
this man who occupied a right First Baptist Church College works to end racial discrimination j

ful place of leadership in the Park, will celebrate Women's Gibbs 38, was a senior'staff and tor foster interracial 'Ii

long and sometimes bitter stro- Day Sunday, April 21. Guests member ofthe Detroit Comr's- Justice and eaual opportunity, It
.gle for racial Justice in our land In the Sunday school will be : v .tAAi sion on Human Relations since in all aspects of life.

"Martin Luther King had a Miss Eloulse Goolsby and Mrs I late 1964. Previously he was In addition to the PE programit

dream. His dream of freedom, Bartara Jones.Participating. '. I a field counselor for the Ohio provles services in education,
Justice and equality for all men in the morning l Youth Commission and a district housing and medical care, available -
did not die with him. It must service will be the Get Toget- I executive for the Boy to persons of all races,

'and will be realized. her Prayer Band, Mrs. Rosla I Scouts of America in Houston faiths, and natlonalltles.Head-

."Let all men of good will Lee Campbell, Mrs. Cornelia ro Texas. He Is a graduate of quartered In Chicago NCCU

pledge themselves anew to work Scott, speaker; Mrs. Nettle An- hr Texa Southern University, also operates a Southern Field

for a speedy completion of the derson, Mr. Bessie Kindler I married and the father of five Services project based In New
course for which this great man At 3 p.m. the young folks will I children. Orleans.

lived and fought and died." be In charge. Mrs. Magnolia Rev. Isler, 42, was 10 years
The following statement was Davis and Mrs. Pearl Price the executive director of the

,made by the Rev Dr. EdlerG. will be In charge of devotions. J Council of Church_of Greater TW
Hawkins, Chairman of the Mrs. warn Williams will sing. : N Cincinnati Ordained the United -
United Presbyterian Council on Miss Genetter Jackson will ,. ?- -- J Church in the
Church and race, and the Rev speak.Mrs. Ethel Johnson will The Young Adult Choir of New Bethel AME Church presentedA Beverly Portia, Forestlne Donaldson, Virgil C. Jones, James USA Presbyterian he Is a graduate of Cornell MINUTES

Dr. Gayratd S. Wilmor, Jr., be in charge of the B.T.U. at cantata on Sunday, April 7. Members are shown above, namely Closton, Frank Donaldson Jr., and Rev Fredrick Morse. Rev. ,University and the Union,
: Jenle Jones Betty Jones, Henrietta McCray, Brenda Robinson -, Alvin Jones Is director. Mrs. Gertrude U
:..Chaiman of the United Presbyterian 6:30.: Mrs. Julia Hast and Mrs pianist, Rev Elisha Theological Seminary He was Ht1H
Jane Nlta Brooks Marlon Wagner Jeanette Jones Becky Jones Is THE BIBLE
pastor.
Division of Church and Pearl Price will lead the evenIng also chaplain several Hawai-
Race: devotions. Mrs Barbara Mennefee, Jacquelyne Jones, Verona Mitchell, Malanle Jones, ian Institutions, including the M. I'niil) "I"| li. ItU f/iii/rV In Ilifllummt

"The United Jones of Trenton New .. .. Ir) Mating drat UK- I,OtCt
Presbyterian Jersey, state mental hospital, reform i
Church In the United Presbyter- will speak. Rev. FJJ.Davls Is Simpson Choirs due en Esther Has schools and Oahu prison. Ilia( I.hi 14iUilal.il. Hi In- Ihr '

ton Church In the United Statesof pastor. Church News Big Easter ProgramThe Slsslon, 41, Is sourther field Vfll. llf lf ilnlninl..1 l Kit It In|.>,lir,,'r.Ilirun" Irt "/.W.ifrrrVt ..\-

America Is profoundly service director of the National
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 Present CantataThe 1.Ir Ilir rr.imrrr 1.>n frontflr.lr.l t,
ShOcked and saddcded by the Queen Esther Church of Catholic Conference for Interracial '
tragic death of Dr. Martin. Luther Masonic Family colosslans baptist God In United, 1747 McQuade Justice, sponsor of Pro P J/:It. n'
Jr. An Easter program will be held at the church at 4 p.m. Sunday In I..... S'It. re hair lilim.: Ill
King will lie will devote
comnlned choirs o Simpson sponsor the annual Easter ject Equality.
... school begins at 9:30. The morning worship begins at 11 |poplNrs..niup| : ''I I Mill t4,tljir lltr
"Since 1956 he :- of his time to PE and
npre- Methodist Church Kings program Sunday, April 14 at part
emlently the Plans A ParadeThe and the evening worship at 6. Rev: R J.Crawford, pastor will ...,"," I In' mil ball will mini lit,..
male ?in- 1 Road and Clevelanc1ltreet..wUl 3 p.m. Four short cantatas will part to NCCIJ under the new ;
'splratlon for deliver both sermons. Choir No. I and Usher Board No. will I IUMI mi M, S.MI: ilij_ ibt lutr I
the wU o racial Masonic Family parade present at the sunrise Service to presented Mrs. Sadie arrangement, malnUlnglng the
The of the deacons and deaconesses will I. llllf.;' Olll llHll llfIIHIIV
anniversary raw
serve. fi4ll1l
Justice born by the ministers will start on April 16 at 8 a. Easter Sunday, "The Conquering M. Varnadore and Mr. Mary office in New Orlans he has
.
at Church location .
be April 29. Prayer sevice Is Tuesday 7:30. III'c. I1"h IIN' Ia.IIN
and laymen of this iteno- m. The parade will proceedto Christ", and Easter Cantata Harmon are sponsors. Elder A. occupied since 19&&. He Is a .
'mlnation who have worked inthe. Pomona Parkwhere the Gift 1154 West slat written and selected by Elsie Bucker Is pastor. graduate of Duke University, a r. Illll ItN'r..l/t''In' KII4U1I lllIVintuit

civil rights movement of Love cornerstone lying will *.* Duncan Yal with music former seminarian at St. Dona- .IIIHII lw.ii I. |I.Is.. i<(riling
tin Ilir ilulil
111
"No man hat made a greater take place. by Lawrence Keating. NEW \'OR K-'ille ttoraiyfoil venture, and was for five years mmHII KMi4lultflU

contribution: to peace, freedom The lineup time Is as follows: The choir will be directed by ( upliraiali In Detroit (luring a management trainee with General fitfxint In InI the fjllirr'tlull
... .
and Justice for allpeople. No Master Mason an d Eastern Carler T. I. wts. The service July. l7! readied In nlxMit Electric. HI.mil '
man has made a greater per- Start I to 1:30: a.m. Royal Slsslon set up the firs two Illll Hll.llll.lt. Sit llllflllillfelllOn >
; Palatka News will begin at 5:30: a.m. sits million in intuml Inwt, .
;,'sonal. sacrifice. Arch and Heroines of Jericho. I I Other services of the day will cording to the! limiraiur; In conference on rliglon and race "h..c|. iljt. lnl IIMUiiMr irfliUII ..-
We < il.tl.il. I haw' .I l.it luiiU.
are sure that the United Inthe South In 196.
8:30 to 9 .m.Knlght of Templar Include the Church School at
( : ; formation I nil hUll!. Tliii; *'11Imol'C .'.
..
I I. I
INaiiMMt U ( |
HUH
Presbyterian Church will res- PE operates In 12 states K< Crusaders Thirty-second ':30 a.m. The monlng worshipand llun l,,'he the toM of the
,in MlM-tr .
1,1. 1111 cl IK- untilUir -
'pond to the death of Dr. King through U local offices (
degree Masons, Golden Circles CjC HIGHLIGHTS service of Want and Children riots in the Want area of lnAngrlit representing .
.
'with t renewed determination llul ( .1| ",i..l "I"| J...,.
Shriners, isis and all other baptistm will begin at 1& in AIIRVUI. I l3. U participating re' .
Delegates were selected by the legates the :
Dot to turn back. At this time we Accompanying girls vc.NssrAu11at1rracx :
9 to SJS.
groups 9:55. The 45 The Rev.
: parade a.m. pastor
faculty of Central Academy to was Mrs. L. E. Asia local
can do nothing more meanlllI (- ,
will begin at 10 a.m. Robinson Jr., will deliver the l xsism/alillOEaaNa1I/WNtM I
till than to make a commitment represent the school with the chapter sponsor se.mlCtrom the subject"Comesee II

of the total resources of this Putnam Education Associationat The C.A. High Band Pledge Co tell". Music will be
the Florida Education Association night will be held April 9 at ,
dtnomlnstlon to the cause for ,
Young Peoples'Union rendered by choir No. t Mrs
IIt.
Which n,died. Convention Miami the cafetorlum. All classes, The
Rosa Walker president
;"We vlUbegio by calling upon I Dead, Florida, April 26-27. clubs; groups, and Individuals church School i Annual Easter
'.our church to give financial and Has MeetingThe Selected were: Mrs Louise art urged to be present and will be rendered at

moral support to the>Southern Seabury, Mrs. R.D. Williams, personally make their Individual program 3:30 with the superintendent t.t.II
.Christian Leadership Confe- Young Peoples' Union will W. J. Seabury and Lawrence reports Mr. Amos : p.m.Mrs. Marryn Jenkins, II

ference which embodies Ur. meet Sunday afternoon at 3 p. Bryant.E. Sermon Is president 01 the Band ptesiding., The evening worship

King's dedication to nonviolent m. In the Acorn street Community L. Jones of the Florida Parents Association. will be held at 6:30 p.m. carnival
'direct action Further, we will Houe on Acorn at Butler High School Activities Assocla- Members of theCA Facultywho ofHERWINWlLLIAMS

ask every Presbyterian, minister High School. The Friendly officers tin was a visitor last week. were lit last week Include

and layman, to do something will be host for the Union Jones Is general field supervisor Mrs Rosa K. Ragsdale, Miss

personally In support of Sunday. An Easter program has of the association. Central CJ. Grady, W.J. Seabury and PAINTS
the demands of the black poor been prepared. Academy expects to become MJS. E. T. Sermon. Nathaniel /

this summer both In their local Miss Terry Boyd, Miss Fay a member after June 30. Harris and Mrs. E. K. Pinkney Mrs. Edwards

communities and in the na- Boyd and 'Little three-year old C.A., with 198 boys grades 10- were out because of the Illness PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY APRIL 20
.'tlon's capital. Tena Williams will give Easter 12, will be classified U Class of son and sister respectfully. Funeral Rites ,

..It Is to our shame that the greetings Church McClaln will B.Also I

'white racism which took the Ufo give a solo for the Occasion visiting the campus last ZION TEMPLE Are Saturday :
''of this great man being per- The Mrs. Ins Harris presi week was Miss lanceda S. PERMANENT

monies both cbiirctw and the dent. Church McClain is reporter Howard, C.A. '6Q, now a sophomore Zion Temple Church of God HOUSE PAINTSALE FORCRACKSJOINTS
REPAIR
'the society. United Presbyterians at Bethune-Cookman No. 1 will hold anniversary services EDWARDS-Funerallervlcel
must redouble their efforts College, Daytona Beach, Fla. from April 22 to and Including for Mrs Nancy S. Edwards, a
to strike It down In both- Miss Howard Is the daughter of AprU 28. Elder Williams well known young resident of ,

places, not only to prevent the Prayer Band Will Mrs Ollle Howard, Teacher Rutledge Is pastor. The 1062 West Duval street,will be : WEATHERED

recurrence of tragedies such Aide at C.A. church Is located at 16th and held at 3 p.m.,Saturday,April-

.as we have witnessed in Memphis Present Spring Tea David Alexander, brother of Bronson. Pastors and churches 13, in First Corinth Baptist SURFACES

but to save this nation Abram Alexander, visited C.A. will be: "'ODda"\prU 22, Rev. Church, with Rev. W.L. Jones
from violent holocausts which The State Interdenominational last Thursday Robert Wright, from MU officiating She was born In SAVE $100 Ki ON THEEXTERIOR '
Band of America will lON
Prayer Dawson. Ga.. and bad lived InMiO.IAMCY
will destory it unless we act The general science classes Moriah, Palatka; Tuesday,Calvary
.without further compromise and present a Spring Tea Sunday, sponsored by H.O. GUI, travel Baptist, PaUtka, Rev. G. EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT

delay. April U. at 1336 West 534the led to Gainesville to take part W. Warren; Wednesday, Greater ON ANY SHERWIN.WILLIAMS

"We have already expressed Prayer House. In the Engineering Science Department ShIloh, Rev. J.A. Wright; OF YOUR J
Mr
On will be
,;our most heartfelt condolences Frankie program Southward Mrs: Mattie s.. Fair held at the University Thursday, Elder C. D. Klnsey Buy now .t teal uvmn with Ihu coupon. Wt'lldeliver

,:to Mrs. King and the family. Miller Mrs. Maxine Dol- of Florida. Jacksonville Church of God In your paint Uter, when you're ready lo HOME
;a tragedy such as this not only k The Putnam County Board of Christ, and Church of God In apply it. And/ you co budget your I pjymennover
demands the lea, Mrs. T. Sampson, Mrs Public Instruction hosted a team reveal week without. exlr th+ran of any
makes great upon Olustee Elder OAS An-
(' Nettle Ross Mrs Luclle Cease Christ, kind! --IUFFKOIE
,
immediate of curriculum advisors from the :
faith of the
religious Mrs. Luclle: Lowery, Mrs. Elsie derson, pastor; Friday, Church f w ,
/
state ?
family, but calls the while McDuffle Mrs. Jessie Bell Department of Education of God In Christ East Palatka I/// / / 1 AND GLASS FABRIC
_nation to Uskneestoprayfortheend Representatives from C.A., Included
WUkerson "'fIII.Rosa Stephen, Elder Horace Sermon, pastor; THIS COUPON GOOD FOR SAVINGI Of .
in Fred
violence Principal
and R.
of hatred
and Church of God In Christ,
Mrs. Lillian Mannings Mrs
the hearts of men and in the Viola Brooks; Student Council mem Sun Garden, Elder C.W. Howard r
/Ickers
of the society. bers. Bobble Miller and Margaret -
structures pastor. On Sunday, April $10O
furnished
Music will be by
.' statement was Hopkins. PER GALLON 4w
The following of
Church
Miss hands Lowery. "'rs.1da 28, at 12 noon the _
Issued the ReV IM. Kenneth The Annual Dance,sponsoredby .
by God In Christ, Palatka, will be '
Dixon is chairman. Mrs. Rode the 10th OFF REGULAR PRICE! OF ANY
G. Neigh General Secretary grade of C.A. Elder William Tut-
Cook is president. The tea will present, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS EXTERIOR HOUSE
of the United Presbyterian be held from 4 to G p.m. are getting ready for the gala ledge pastor. At 3:30 p.m. The T PAINT. NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY. : I /
Board of National Missions: affarl which Is scheduled to be Southslde Church of God In 'I'I'I'I'I'I.j'I'I'I'1'I'I'I'
the presented April 26. More 1111 1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'l'I'.. .. ...., .... ... ResurfaceWeatheredrotted
"All who are Involved in details Christ will be present. Elder / "' "" 1/lil/I"' 111 I/ill/ -
v work of racial Justice and all New Bethel will be given later.Sponsors
Is
William Rutledge pastor.
25% OFF Of! ALL LADDERS! tills for as little as SOc
who espouse the faith of Chris. for the class are R. K. Mrs. Lillian Battles reporter. .
S. EDWAKUt
tuna must surely mourn the A.M.E. Unit Ragsdale, B. Dowdell. M. E. Jacksonville for a number of TOMiffiiWM I
death of Martin Luther King,Jr. Gamble N. Harris and L. N. Pastoral Day will be observed ,
Survivors Include her
man who lived Seabury. years. Bring in this coupon and get arnrr "NEEDPAINTING
"Here was a Sunday April 14.
husband Mr. Tyron D. Edwards
Plans Hat AffairThe The Beautification Committeeis ,
out his beliefs, and Indeed died
a son, Tyrone D. Edwards 5 FOOT WOOD
for them. His life stands as a still working on the campus.The .
of Inspiration his death Sarah McGinnis Missionary latest project concerned Jr., Parents Mr. and rnttSTEPLADDER
cource ;
us Society of New Bethel name plates on the reserved Mrs. Willie FrankSmith,City; ADVICE?
Is a tragic Judgement upon
for the racism America hasal- AME Church, Third and Tyler parking spaces. Westside ChoirsGo Three sisters, Mrs. Marguerite with purchase of 130.00 or more, any Sherwln- I

loed to exist. We can do not Sts., will have a tea and a program The C.A. Marching! Bulldogs Myers, City; Mrs. Williams Paints Limit-one to a customer Offer
less than redouble our effortsto Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. will take part In the Diamond To FolkstonThe Gracie Wilcox and Miss Bed- T flood only with this coupon.

obliterate the evils that made Mrs Olivia Harell Is pastor. Jubilee Eastern Star Parade, die Smith, City;Two brothers, '
Mrs. Anna Laura Pinkney will April 16 In Jacksonville Mr. Johnnie Smith and "'r. 1 1 1111 1111111 11 1/ IIIIIII IIII .
this The tragedy Rev. John possible.Coventy Smith be chairman, assisted by Mrs The 1968 production of the Friendly Westslde Choirs' Amos Smith, City; Her Grandparents
Hattie Nesbitt Mrs Marvin annual Union will render a Saturday Mr. and Mrs Moses THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co.
General Secretary of the Commission senior play, "Shock of
night Jubilee Revival Service Smith City and Mr. and Mrs
Eumenlcal Mission Wright Mrs. A.R. Sbee and His Life", Is now under way ;
and Relations on said: Mrs. P. J.Williams. The Frank Leads are Marvin Knowles father in Sone. April 13, In the main Whit Choice, City; Gr.a t- '" ..."".*..MIN luk..III. Dud
Williams Chorus will slog The auditorium of Mt.Caramel Baptist grandmother, Mrs. Rozenia sus P.k str..I |||. T5J uesn
of Martin Diana Wilson mother
assassination
"The ; ; ...
Luther King has shocked the Young Adult Choir will also ap Trudy Edwards, Elnora Cotton Church, Folkston Ca.at Hogan, Dawson Ga.; Seven T It UnlMr.il, 1..UI..rtl.tt.JicktMilUeCriw\ T2IOII1T7IJI7I 410 N.UkeCWv M"l.. IflMtTll0401
1:15 p.m. President, Ruby Allen aunts Five Uncles Two Sis
pear. Mrs. M.A.Jones Is coordinator ; ; Hllll
world. History are daughters Anthony Boyd
nation and the and chairman of the ; Stewart, requests that all members ter-la-laws; Five Brother-Ia- ITM al.../I.. !!... .LIr.O.k cv 1
U. O.k tsar
pro- and Charles
record that this was son; Puryear, a
well
may be present at 7:00 at !"tal.u1.. .N.._.Jr J41107SPtUllu u.N
p.m. laws A host of cousins
gram committee. Mrs.Simpson The class ; _..
the man who made the greatest pal. sponsors are Silt N /, 11.1. IM-4II '
contribution to our nation and I will speak. Rev. Ellsh Jones is Miss C. J. Grady, Mrs. Mar- Mt, Olive Primitive Baptist nieces: nephews, other relatives locloMo.UI.Io.'k 110 ..1111410It.. I.b. A...y.
Church 1319 N. Myrtle Avenue. Hit AllMlle
and friends. IM. ll- 00II4ISTI .
In this pastor. Jorle W. McClaln and Mr. T. AvltutlMIt
the Christian Church ; Buses will leave at 715 .f.N.l/l.Id. o ...< UrMl
decade. The possible tragic Implication Four babies win be lathe con- L. Collier ; P.m.HELP Interment will be In Sunset HOT ...1. ItJuk..vIIN 114-1141

s of his death are, test. They are Floyd KIrkland, The Future Homemaking Association Memorial Ceiretery under the '

matched by the depth of spiritual Jr., 'Colous Stockton, Donald was held last week in FIGHT CANCER WITHA direction of the Howell Funeral : f

commitment that he challenged mcLaughlln and 'rlnn L.i Jacksonville Mary McCoy and CHECKUP AND A CHECK Home, 5879 Moncrlef
Ford. Road, Lewis J. Howell,L.F.D.
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THE FLORIDA STAR' *THC REAL ESTATE LOBBY HAS SCORED TffEMENPOU I :
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0/LLPRBVIOUSIVOKVBVTIIESENATC By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
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NEWS, DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
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'' WASNINGWNCOMM/TTEEANDOTNERSAEGANA Dr Martin Luther King,Jr.,was a fighter for equality and racial
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company'MtMI3RR w < CAMPAIGN TO GET THOUSANDS OF LETTERS FROM jus ce-but he lived In a nation which racism is rampant. And
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REALTORS IN EACH CONGRESSIONAL
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racism and
to hate.
isrRA'TTOTHE7RCONGRESSMfNNwASNINOTOI so he became still another martyr
r We will all cherish our memories of this great man I f''tll
( OREWPEARSON NEWrORRPGtr marching with him In Selma and In MississippI, ""

and I worked closely with him for years.Mostus ofj
will always keep the momory of his"I Have.ai
ATlON.\L Dream" speech at the 1963 March on Washington.
NEGRO PR.'U He bad a dream of a democratic society In whit
white people and Negroes worked together for_
peace and Justice. He had a dream of hope and beauty, e
a vision of what we could all become when we tree ourselves from
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR'HILDA hate. ,
f But our society Is too sick to share that dream, and he was
oP dot
WOOTEN -- CIRCULATION MANAGER rip I brutally struck down by an assassin.We .
weep for him and for his family.But the pain that eats awayat
us should not obscure the message he left us.
He preached non-violence. It was his creed,and he was its symboL
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD
PHONE ELGIN 4-6782 It would be a tragic betrayal to turn our backs on this

.. philosophy today. His death brought anger and disgust to the
MAILING ADDRESS Jos hearts of all men of good will, but these emotions must be re-
OS j 6 pressed and channeled into other avenues.
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If we do otherwise he will have died in vain. Nonviolencegave
P.O. Bli 599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 his life its meaning, and we've got to resist those among nj
who wish to get down to the level of his murderer. He lived bywords
MIAMI OFFICE and actions of peace, and we can't betray his memory by
+ worshiping the gods of vengeance and hatred.
5018 N.W. 7TH AYE. "PHONE 751-3879 ;: k We must instead rededicate ourselves to the ideals for which be
: fought. We who believe with him In non-violence have been dealta
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES THE MIND IS ITS OWN PLACE WHIT y. -it4 t t mortal blow, but we've got to redouble our efforts to prove thatit

One Year, $12.00 -- Half Year. ST7. 00 ANDINITSELFCANMAKEAHEWENCAN can work.
orHcuA, HE1.L OF HEAVEN. The day after his assassination I saw the hurt and the shock on
Mailed to You Anywhere_in the United States MIL TON the faces of people in the streets.Whites and Negroes were united

Subscription payable in Advance that day in pain and in a sense of personal loss. There were

Send Check or Money Order to: others too-those who used his death to loot and to vent their

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 anger in the streets. Their actions were committed In his name,
Jacksonville 1. Florida AND WRITE! but were acts against his memory.But .
THEY Kill IT? IF THEY WRITE he must not have died in vain.We Negroes and whites_

must create a living memorial to! his memory.We have to stampout
the racism that took his life
r I fear for this nation. It is divided; it is racist; it lives by the
Martin Luther King ; A Sage YOUR I gun and the bullet. A Civil Rights Bill is held up in Congress.A

WeeklyHOROSCOPE Riot Commission Report pointing to white racism and the terrible
economic and social deprivations faced by Negroes ai being the
causes of our domestic crisis is ignored. Nothing has happen
Of ,The Aget AgesIf : to change things.

GUIDE : A white reporter tried to assure me the night of the murder that
I I the vast majority of whites bear no ill-will for Negros. But I

there is anything in the words, "a told him that that wasn't the problem. The problem Is that they
have no will. They o nothing. They Just watch while Negroes
cause is worth dying for, surely the t fey PABLO The ASTROLOGER I art beaten killed, and exploited.
late Martin Luther King, Jr. did this. As Dr. King will not nave died in vain if his tragic death moves

proponent for the cause of th ..Negro, he Americans from seeing race relations as a spectator sport to
laid down his life for the things he believed 1 1t becoming Involved in the fight for justice They've got to fight
for the things Dr. King fought for open housing, anti-
r. about a democracy and people in : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS poe.
erty measures, a national rededication and reconstruction: and,
general.Not f u his death so tragically demonstrated the need, federal pro
many of the presnet-day"black power- I tection: for civil rights worker

ites" could give him support in his en* fI FOR : His death must be given a meaning.We can't allow it to become
deavors. While we think that the technique t Just another example of the results of the senseless and tick
racism that permeates our society The man who pulled the
r of demonstration has coased to be effec-
trigger committed
an Insane act, but be functioned In a society
" ive, King had a great deal of faith in its BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL whose racism Implicit/ condoned and fostered it

power and in turning the other cheek to t J'j His death must be occasion for a great upsurge of Immediate

ones enemines.A -- -- ..-- -- --- -- -" --- -- and continued action by all American_ The decent r u_mla__ can't__ .
remain silent. A great void has been created. The moral and
photograph on the front page of the ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN .
Nashville Tennessean showed King lockedin can take Dr.Kings place national
,resurgence morality and trededlcation
arms with Reverend Abernathy and another BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. to his principles can help to fill the void.

minister In Memphis, Tennessee, dur- 2UH mil 19TH 22ND JULY 22NDYou 23RD OCT.. _23RD 22ND JAN. 19TH

ing the demonstrations there. We note an ICs bldeo. Arlans often dream can't win. There are some Lend not, lost not. A friend They're trick,. Those who are
expression of fear engendered by the un- cl faraway places and of the rather ticklish matters that may In need can be a friend indeed. out to get something for nothing
controlled t that broke out; it was wonders they contain. And, of stump your or anyone else's efforts But lIlt becomes the habit of a unfortunately are more numerous Youth Critical After
unexpected. Apparently he understimatedthe course, the fortunes to be made to bring them to a satisfactory borrower to call too often for and cunning than ever.
trouble that a few troublemakerscould there always rise to fabulous conclusion. Money assistance, you could eventually Even the hardheaded Capri-
figures. Should this sort of mood wishfulness or even hard work become the one who will cornlans could be taken In by a
cause. capture the imagination at present will not provide any easy solutions sorely be in need of a friend smooth operator. Be especially Immolation, Attempt
The man. may have made mistakes in the try and come right/ down to at least until after the And this would be the time to cynical when someone approaches -
application of his racial strategy but he earth. It would be wishful thinking 19th. Instead of breaking your discover there are very few, if you with a glamorous
was certainly faithful to his principles.As of the most fanciful sort andit head trying to do the impossiblesit any, to be found anywhere.This sounding offer or proposition on Whitney Young, executive director of the
can only lead to disappointments tight and attend to daily obligations is part of the process of learning the 9th. And otft forget It may National Urban League, was in Nashville,
an orator his words grew sweeter to that are as painful as they as they come up.Placeno We through practical experience. be after the 19th before It can Tennessee last week to see if he could
the American Negro as the time went on. are extensive. Speculation that bets, Invest, if you have to, The lunar eclipse re- positively I be said that you are persuade Nashville' business leaders to
Now that his tongue has been silencedand appears under any name or only in the enterprises that areas velas that It can be as difficult, off the book. A lunar eclipse
we will never hear it again, except guise may not only strip some safe as human ingenuity can if not more so, to deal with allies verifies that you must guard, establish the Urban League in the city.
from TV And the melody of valuable cash or holdings but It make them. See to it that the than it is to vie with rivals. with Jealous care, reputation, The leaders already know how effectivethe
excerpts. yet could also undermine faith in the younger members of the familyare Of course, Llbrans, with their professional standing, or domestic National Urban Laague has been improv-
of it lingers onl future and, consequently, in not getting into bad com well-known graces and techni- and public relations. ing human relations
in
yourself. And with a lunar pany or serious trouble.Don'tbe ques, may be the ones who can Look Into possibilities to eliminate 88 cities in the
nation.
erlinsft elated- for- nrettv late so busy, to the point where give the lie to this concept the sources: of Insecurity
nih.IZ take good care so you may be neglecting the family and lack of self-assume. Speaking at a Frontier's banquet Young
Love Your Neighbor as not to antagonize the other and all loved ones. Climbing 8 80 33.13.58.582 3.70.55.18.43.654AQUARIUS told an audience of 100: "Will you give
half nor any other allies. Material to the top or getting rich is SCORPIO the initiative in
race relations to 'burners' -
interests may suffer not quite enough. One needs
Dear CitizensConcern 1 80 88 19 23 313 things of the spirit. BORN OCT. BORN JAN. or 'builders' ? He indicated that if
4-60-55-17-79-108 the builders are not in the forefront
TAURUS 24TH NOV. 22NDAre 20TH FEB. 1BTH ,
LEO the irresponsible
you sure? With two feet Irs a bubble. The bigger the leadership will take
for
our fellowmen Is APRIL over.
BORN
not only a BORN JULY planted solidly on the ground, proposition sounds, the sooner
religious truth, but a social re ponsibi- 20TH MAY 20TH there is amply reason to know it may burst leaving only debris Warning that the Urban League is "not an

lity.. Men who once accepted poverty and Hud AUG 19th when or whether you are right in its wake Whether it Is organization which will help. anyone se
Find a meaning. Life has a -
discrimination as their lot do ,not or wrong. But this fact, as someone close or a complete gregate with
accept "
meaning only when it is shared more sophistication he ad-
You must know. Guesswork it ,
it anymore.If plausible as maybe,still does stranger who tries to draw you
with loving companions and will not do during this quarter. not take into account the long- in, refuse to take up any offers, ded:
this isn't meaningful then the riots, trusted collaborators. This fact It wools lead many Leos far term presence of Neptune In the that require you to put up considerable 'e believe power has a color. It is the
the strife and the dissent in our country can escape the notice of those wide of the goals they have solar rising house. It sometimes cash. Be as vigilant maroon of the textbook. It is the whiteof
should make it meaningful. We who enjoy who are so intent on being successful chosen. Emotional reactions also causes a person to insist as possible clear up to and the ballot. It is
the and amassing wealth will trick some into try Ing to that black Is white, or that the past the 19th when the danger of the green of the doll
so-called American way of, life in that they have little time for lar bill.
bring about results that may truth is only a fabrication.This being booked should start abat-
this country and want: to keep it that way anything else. Well-being, too, cost far more than bargainedfor. is not necessarily intentionalon ing. A lunar eclipse confirms Last week Negro rioting broke out in

had better begin to be more concerned should have priority when circumstances The following ten days maybe your part, but may more that good Judgment may not be Memphis Tennessee, and this incident
about those who do not enjoy the advant- so dictate.The lunar deemed rather critical for often be caused by misinformation at its peak then making it rathe/ like all of the
ages. eclipse on this day is indicative personal, family and housing deceit on the part of risky to arrive at decisions or, others, challenges city
of depressing Influences projects which could be based others, or mysterious cir to accept firm commitments. officials and business men to help the
These folks, white or black,. need our In connection with health service more on wishfulness than on cumstances. Plans to make Easter an outstanding 'builders' to take charge. '

help. And they need more than material and employment matters. logic. The lunar eclipse re- 9 80 99 16 42 777SAGITTARUS day may be over
help. They need to feel their worth as I 90 99 18 46 235 vela that misinformation, ru- thrown by circumstances over

people. They need to have a sense of belonging mors"or someone else's influence which humans have no control

to a community, he will not be GEMINI Judgment.could contribute The travel to plans faculty BORN NOV. 8 60 99 15 87 885 This Week In Negro History
BORN MAY
too concerned about its laws or the bet- for the coming summer season 23RD DEC. 21ST.Something's PISCESBORN
,terment of it. tf Rnrtr 21ST JUNE 21ST. seem to have more favorable FEB.

Many opponents to ""TIots, often say, "Whatis Irs big A dilemma that stems backing immediate from ones the planets than is presented as wrong.the gospel Even truth lilt 19TH MAR. 20TH April 8, 1863 The African Methodist Episcopal Church,"under

the matter with people anyway?" "Why from methods used in protecting 42 432 by someone who appears to be Bishop Payne purchased Wllberforce University -
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can't they live and let live?" "Isn'tit health, Job associations,and 5.50 66 above board propositions or offers Ckeck: it out. Take nothing Yenta, Ohio from the Methodist!
relations with higher-ups should said written or Implied at face Episcopal Church for 10000.
be
obvious? Too people do not have VIRGO thoroughly
many value, especially the April 9, 1898 Paul
during
should not be taken lightly. The checked for the catch that lies Robeson,dramatist-concert: singer-actor
the kind of life that makes for the kind reprecusslons are apt to be felt BORN AUG. somewhere. Evading tbetraponthis whole period 9th-lttb. Pros scholar-author-traveler, was born in Prince
of life that makes for the philosophy of at home and in close associations. day does not mean that it no mlses from above do not appear ton, N.J. Robeson, whose scholastic: abllit]
"live and let Hve. These who are con- Whatever transpires on 23RD, SEPT. 22ND longer dangerous.On the con- reliable. You also may be earned him a Phi Beta Kappa Key, was also III
this day is leading to a climax the pursuing a goal of huge dimensions athlete at Rutgers He woofour nrslty
tented with the "status QUO" are those up Irs baffling! What, who and tray need for exceptional but of University.
that may be expected when to believe comprise the vigilance, skepticism and distrust sucb.ephemera) letters In track, basketball, baseball aDd
an way
at least enjoying average
who
are around the 19th. This offers at dilemmas of many Vlrgoans keeps mounting clear up substance as to be no longer existent football; was picked by Walter Camp as AU-
of life. '. least ten days to delve into these days. What sounds like the through the 19th. To find who the when there is cause to American end in 1918.
must be and causes and find to think it has finally been reach April 10, Kl'i Don Juan latin at Se-
Justice and fairness done a way cope truth may be a lie.What is false object of all this attention is may Latino a Negro taught
effectively with them. A lunar be the ed. Whatever is written or vine, Spain. He died of 117.
the time is now! may appear as real as life.And most difficult problemof at the age
eclipse also signals some sort to compound the confusion, it all. Should It be Impossible to spread around verbally may be AprU 11, 1947 Jackie Robinson made his debut as the firs!
of complication in the social or may not be prudent to trust even fathom it out, the best approach 'so untrue, distorted or exaggerated Negro to play in organized baseball, with till
love life in the affairs of cherished as to have no value then-
own usually would be to remain silent and Brooklyn Dodgers.
your good Judg
ones and in how some ment. The significance of all uncommitted to any person or whatsoever other than as potential April 12, 1734 Anthony Williams Amo, Guinea, West Afrl;
Keep freedom in your future with eccentric friends behave. this is to take nothing seriously course. A lunar eclipse could trouble maxers.A much deep ca, was awarded the PbJ, at the UniversB,
of what constitutes
Hopes too, may be blacked out dim fond hopes and cast shadow understanding of Wittenberg;Germany.
oral or written, until after a
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS but this is not likely to" be for the 19th.Make no vital decisions between friends and loved worldly personal interests', financial,should and be AprU 12, 1942 Ten firms with war contracts ordered to atop
long. ones/ racial and religious discrimination.
put off trips
3 70 77, 16 56 690 yours on 14th. AprU IS, 1758 Francis Willlas. one of the first U,$.Negro
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MAI. MILLER, IR, Rights Workers Are Sammy Gels An Award .' j

RECEIVES ARMYCOMMENDATION AREA KEN-HIL1

MEDAL Bonded For $40,000 au

Maj. Ernest B. Miller Jr. re- SERVICEMENSAN Discount S'foY'"s

celvered the Army Commendation GAINESVILLE curfew, Imposed on the city Tuesday,seemedto ill
Medal for meritorious bring some quiet on the strife-torn Florida town. The curfew
service performed as the medi- was backed up by the presence of a large number of armed of-. (TON1 -A 1 r man W. Forsyth St. 0 j;,
cal supply officer at Seoul Mi ficers.. No widespread acts of violence were reported.Bonds were James Simmons, Jr., son of
litary Hospital In Korea during set in excess cf ?65,000. store. Mr, and Mrs James L. Simmons -
the perldo September 1966 Governor Claude Kirk dispatched Still other bonds LflMhti S Sr., of 2955 Noble Ave.,
through October 1967." 60 specially trained Professor Marshall were Jones set. / Sarasota, Fla., has completed Easter.Special .t
Miller Is now assigned as me- state officers into the city fol. released under$50.00 bond was for basic training at Lackland AFB,
dice supply officer at the 249th lowing the arrest of two civil a sit-down Tex. He is now assigned as a
demonstration. The
General Hospital in Asala, Japan rights workers who were demonstration vehicle maintenance specialistwith
a suburb protested a a unit of the Tactical Air
of Tokyo. His charged with Inciting to riot. "racist "
wife, Leona, and two children Levy WUcox, a $65-a-week Waller and city. Connell Command at McConnell AFB, 100%
Judge
have Joined him there. Janitor was put under bond of exchanged Kan. Airman Simmons Is a 1966
Miller who He heated remarks in graduate of Dooker High School. tI..tlf' ;
attended New Stan- $7,500. is president of the court. The
ton High School resides with Jacksonville chapter of the public Judge defenders agreed for to them.appoint Human Hair '

hU Frieson Mother at ,1614 Mrs. Margaret Southern Conference.Christian Judge JohnConnell Leadership The two spoke at a rally Satur- Sgt. Crawford .. 13 ; 88
here Is Jacksonville W. 13th St., set the high bond because otthe day in the Mt. Olive Baptist Sammy Davis, Jr., receives an award for Us outstanding contributions -,,., ,
situation. Church. Waller Is said to have to the entertainment world from Los Angelex City Councilman 14
: 41 Wt ,: Connell reminded the court that fighting Billy Mills. The award was given on the set of "Sweet MedalAir
set
Judge a bond of must be done in Gainesville not Charity", Davis's current movie. Receives
$25,000 on Joe Waller, head of in Vietnam. }IIJIGS j
NOW2 BR the St. Petersburg Chapter of According to Sheriff Stanley Force M. Sgt. Crawford ; Reg.

the SNCC. A $7,500 bond was the march had been designed to C. Richardson Jr., whose par- n o
WATERFRONT HOMES set for Mrs.Carol Thomas,who free Dawklns from jaiL After Mayor Tanzler Artists' ents live at 1431 W. 23rd St., $29.95
was charged with resisting a the setting of the curfew about has been decorated with the
WALL TO WALLCARPETING police officer. 30 persons were arrested. Bronze Star Medal at West- FREE

Waller was recently releasedon Twenty were arrested on Monday FROM PAGE 1 CircleIt over Air Force Base, Mass.for lJ7AH! !,, Customers ,
CONTINUED
bond on appeal of a six monthto when the King memorial "meritorious service while engaged -
five-year sentence for rip- march took place. in military operations a- Pick Up"A Teasing BrushAt
ping down a mural in St.Petersburg's According to Rev.T.A Wright, United States. gainst Viet Cong forces. ";,

$85.00 MONTH city hall. The curfew arrests inflame the tempers The National Alliance of Postal A 1948 graduate of Stanton
mural shown Negro minstrels. of the locality. and Federal Employees has offered Is difficul realize High School Richardson served The Wig Department
that less
He was also released on $2,500 Rev. Wright said, after having $10,000 as a reward for than two centuries during the Korean conflict.

bond of grand on March larceny.26 after He came a charge to received a call from an aide of information leading to the arrest -. .......,_""....... ...v...I".. _I.ago.'.'.'_''_.Russia_sow.... .j
Governor Kirk, he concluded and conviction of the per-
virtually a cultural
Gainesville to organize a pro- vacuum for GRAND OPENING
that the national guard's son or responsible for .
test march In sympathy with pre- persons foreign musicians and artists.
I'I'V aJUed power leader irvin Lee sence was not required. Gasoline the murder. Ashby G. Smith, Today, her artists circulate, Hank Hodgeand
was not sold said "Dr King was
"Jack" Dawklns. Mrs Thomas except by certification. president, the globe and her composers' Puw
was again arrested last Satur- Liquor and beer were champloolng the cause of the op works are performed in rapid .
,
also off limits during the cur- pressed as he worked achieve successlm. t i
day for hinder officers
trying
: few. Business of and econ Bill Render
were closed dur- a measure dignity Through the llteraty pen of
Wilcox and Waller at
arresting
INC. her home. ing the curfew.Onlyper.OII8 out omlc security to the underpaid Alexandre Pushkin the great

J Judge Connell also set a high on business were premltted on employees of the city's sanitation balck Russian poet, bor May Present
the
bond of for Lee streets. employees"On 26, 1799, the very nature of RusSian
$15,000 Larry
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*** the half-hour NBC News life was emphasized. Desert Inn
Davis 18 old who His
years was
768-3479 ... last
.Maf.fMfIntegration Special Report Tuesday father's family was one of the ,
charged with throwing a firebomb -
'l ,, "' at a white-owned fruit ************* Chat Huntley said, as program oldest of Russian gentry, and (FormerlyMack'sRanch )
narrator madeto
"Again we are his mother, the granddaughter
look like a nation of killers.H !' of Abraham Cannibal, a Negro Located End Of Moncriet Rd. West
was speaking in an interview In th serviced Peter
WRITE WRHC TODAYWin Is with Rev Jess Jackson Great. the Grand Opening April 12
aide to Dr King, who saw the Dipping his pen into the fertile
killing. NBC was first on the soil of native history and Igcnd L .
Improving New air on April 4 with the report he inscribed their traditions 9 P.M. Until '
c'
$25.00 For Your of the and the death. the
Church shooting upon tables of their minds ... ....
t. < ,
LDF of the NAACP said,"The magnified their heritage and :
Cut out the below Orleans SportsNEW most effective spokesman for turn their native tongues to herald :a: Show & Dance '<,
coupon and peaceful resolution of Am- the greatness within her r
erica's most crucial domestic bounds. \1'-j l' I
write your question then mail ORLEANS (NP1)-The program has been struck down It reminded, however for Ca-; t :: Starring Art Freeman r
New Orleans Recreation department by violence. This country is no vos to show Clinks what must tw
long a sore spot In longer the same." emphasized in music. Through PLUS t Jacquelyn lord : \1
to radio station WRHC P.O. the minds of Negroes because Dr. Benjamin Mays, former blinks, the seed of Russian nationalism -
of Its racial segregation and teacher of Dr, King and a close took root In the fer- t
Inequality of operation faclli- friend, urged the continuance of tlel soil which Puskln had cul Herman Fox M. C.
Box 2467, Jacksonville Fla. ties and athletic opportunities Dr. King's dream. All major tivated. {
bas been seemingly benefited church organisations have deplored AI Hall & The Soul Messenger 9\

PHONE: 389-1111 by integration. the passing of Dr. King _
The addition of Negro Boys but see, also, the continuance !
S IIUC',7OlThe: WIT.C: "Mall Uox" will attempt ta and girls to the various play- of the dream.
Eel FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered
ftor to any question! you may have on any subject Suet pound*and their activities has Mayor Hans Tastier mayor of Now!
as eJiools, rents, taxes, city and county government: and po meant much to racial goodwill Jacksonville, delivered a prayer ,
en. and to better play by the boys Sunday parts of which are' .
Wrl.e: you qicstioai l below uid mall: at once lour question and girls given here In the conclusion of
ad tic answer, along wiUi your name and ad tress will lIP Many Negro youths have made iconAt
:<.r,'f d PIt from time to time ai WI.IC.; so pleas print you. callable contributions to the
ve u it address. Write as often as you lIe! and listen for teams over the city where Integration the memorial service for
J i M cnsw*< .111 WI.i:: .HOG on YOl.1"ad11your total community) has occured. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at
sfrUou! fin tic sir 24 IUMC a day. Gerald Penny, 12 ytar-oidNe- the Civic Auditorium Sunday
Fur Um best question cacli! week during tills wailing, luuilc. playing with the NOKD afternoon, Jacksonville Mayor
StaUoti. WR..C will S--L.d $23.00 to Uio church of yoar: dial c.. Biddy squad, made quite u enviable Hans G. Tantler, Jr., offered j
M QUESV1ON 15: record on defense and the prayer of invocation :p
offense He goes to Augusta Thenare the words which .'
with the team when they playIn bespoke:
the national Biddy bourn "O God, our Father who hast
ment. Biddy Is a diminutive for made one blood all nations of
little bit. the earth In this aoment.of
Six others played on the Sui darkness and fear, of bate and
PLEASE PIUKTMY tings Playgroung basketball bigotry when man turns

NAME IS -_ team which won the championship against his fellowman, raceThis y
for 14-year-olds. against race threaten the very \
itADDRESS BV play ground is located In one of existence of our great nation-
my question is Judged best, pleaso send $25.00 to the church the lower middle class sections help us to draw closer to each
bf my choice, which is ------ whet racial prejudice was at other as we come to Thee .x 1u( i
Us greatest "The purpose for which we
Negro team members were meet reminds us that we*are
(PRINT NAME t: NAME OF LOCAL CHURCH: :). Gary Prison, Tyros Dixon Harold like the grass of the fields,
w J Edwards, Ernest Ferrier which today groweth up and .
Vic Dubernay and Sal Margin flourished and tomorrow Is
WOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN No incidents of a racial nature cut down and wltberetb away
have been reported on any Give Wisdom
of the playgrounds. What objections "Give us the wisdom 0 Lord,'
that nave been raised to realize that which even little You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR

STORE ONLY have cromp children understand: That the
have come from some parentsand way to live in peace and bar J
some politicians, hungry mony with your neighbor hoot
HOGAN
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person try to understandh1mandtoeU-or his property, but to The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News 1 1

Mrs. KennedyIs mlnate any barriers to mutual

respect and love; and realise 1'
YOU Want To Reid AbouL.But: r
Seeking that to follow any other path
would cause the crucifixion of
Thy only begotten Son to Lave j

At' Our Music Department love-Not HateNEW been"As in we vain.assemble to honor the You don't have to borrow your neighbor paper

memory of They servant Martin to read about the activities in your churches, '
YORK Mrs. John F.
Stereo 33--1/3 Albums Kennedy appealed to the nation Luther King Jr., we pray 1 clubs and sewing circles etc. More than '10,000 ,' )
last week for "love not bat Thy tender blessings upon those homes in Jacksonville alone are having theirfa' j

in its reaction totheas.asslDa- beloved. vorite Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat :
"Enfold his wife in the
strong
tion of Dr. Martin Luther King. urday., Why not ? 1
arm of Thy comfort and keep you
Aretha Franklin 'Lady Soul"Otis The text follows:
his children
sate In the hollow "
"I weep for Mrs. King and for

her children for this senseless, of Instrument Thy hand. of Freedom Start Home Delivery Of The STAR This C Inl"Week J
senseless act of bate which took
"We know, 0 Lord, that Thy
away a man who preached love
Redding"Dock Of The method bas been
Bay" and hope. always a man,
and we are grateful that Thy Just Pill in The Blank '. j
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that to live by the sword to to
RECORD ALBUMS perish by the sword? freedom of Thee as Justice an Instrument and peace.of Florida Star .!&?' Q, 1
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"I pray that with the price be t C)
paid-his life-be will make "By Thy grace, heal the P. 0, BOX 599 ... ..y .
wounds of the nation which
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I ness Deliver :The every :
but even to speak of another
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with hatred to the same andcuases .
see that every man Is the work I' t 1J I
: death. of Thy creation
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led, who have suffered so much above 4urdulmessanddistreato .;"PHOrq;; ... : ... ;;,
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YOUR MOWS WOITH IDlE AT and who have so much still '" 't"; .1
hope for, I pray that his sacrifice day.
WOOLWORTH'S will belp to bring them all "We pray in the name of the I will pay the carrier 20 cents per week for my paper
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3/25/65- MONTGOMERY, ALA. : Dr. Martin Luther King(C) leads estimated 10,000 or more
civil rights marchers out on last leg of their Selma-to-Montgomery march March 25. Others
identifiable In front row Include; John Lewis of SNCC: King's aide, Rev. Ralph Abernathy ((3d .. '
from L) ; Dr. Ralph Bunch (!Oth from L); Mrs. King (next to King); and Rev. Hosea Williams 3/21/65-SELMA Ala-Dr., Martin( Luther King leads the long-delayed Setma-to- ontgo-
(carrying little girl, R). 'mery march as U'leaves Brown's Chapel Church here March 21. Beside King is front row is

. . . . his chelf aide, Rev Ralph Abernathy
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t.. and checks his long line of followers before offering prayer on
the sidewalk following their arrest en masse 2/1.. After the prayer
.f the group marched peacefully to jail.

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King's, "I Have A Dream.. "
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SELMA ALA.: Selma-to-Montgomery march leader Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(right)
SELMA, Ala/-Aev. Martin Luther King addressed his follower t after they returned to the and his chief aide, Rev Ralph Abernathy change socks during bedside pass March 22nd. bour.c must not despair we must not become
Brown's Chapel AME Church here following their abortive march Montgomery March 9th. Their warm clothing is topped off with fur-lied caps. The civil rights marchers hope to reach bitter-we must not lose fait in our
The march which ended March 7th.In violence, was peaceful March 9th, as Negroes halted, the Alabama capital Montgomery, by March 25th. white brothers. -1963, after the bomb-
prayed, and returned the city .5S. 55 SSSSSSS .S-S.SS.S SSSSS 55 55 SSSI IS 555 ing of a church in Birmingham where four
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"I say to you today my friends, even
r though we face the difficulties \today
y yj h and tomorrow I still have a dream. It is

.. a dream deeply rooted in the American
dream I have a dream that one day this
nation will rise up live out, the true
t\ meaning of its creed: "We hold these truthsto

be self-evident, that all men are.
created equal. '

"I have a dream that one day on the red
hills of Georgia sons of former slaves and
sons of former slave-owners will be able
to sit down together at the table of
brotherhood. I have a dream that one day
even the state of Mississippi, a state
sweltering with the heat of injustice
sweltering with the heat of oppression
will be transformed into an oasis of free-

1 ____ dom and justice.I .
Y have a dream that my four little children
1 % E.I E. will one day live in a nation where
they will not be judged by the color of
their skin but by the content of their
character. I have a dream. .1 have a
dream that one day in Alabama with its

11/13/67-BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Rev. Ralph Abernathy (L) Dr. Martin Luther King and Rev vicious racists, with its Governor baying
Tee Wyatt (R) emerged from the Jefferson County Jail November 1) wearing a four-day growth his lips dripping with the words of
d beard. King, suffering from a virus cold, said he felt fine after his release. These three interposition and nullification one day
1l i\ in along 1963.with a.d king had been serving a 5-day Jail sentence for contempt of court conviction right there in Alabama little black boys

: . . . . . and black girls will be able to join hands
., with little white boys and white girls as
7 ;t7, sisters and brothers-Aug. 28. 1963. The
I rl March on Washington.

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"A great revolution is taking place in our world, social revolu
{ k'r ton in the minds and souls of men. And it has been transformed
Into a unified voice, crying out, 'We want to be free/ "-i960.i .
{ "U may get cruclfled.Imayevendle.. But I want it said even
.. if die in the struggle that 'He died to make men free' "-4962
r "So listen to me, children: Put on your marching shoes;
r don'cba get weary: though the path ahead maybe dark and dreary;
we're waling for freedom, children."-1962

ii "The question is not whether we will be d
of extremist will Sate oTwill
we be. Will webe extremist we
be extremists for love? Wm we be extremists the preserva-
UOI1 of InjusUce-or will *' be extremists for the cause of Jus-
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1/18/65-SLEMA, Ala. Dr. Martin Luther King Rev. Ralph Abernathy and Rev. Fred "Some c! you have .;n1ves, and 1 ask you to put them up. Someof
Shuttlesworth (from right), lead a group of Negroes from a church January 18 as they begana you have arms, and massive voter registration dim. An estimated 300 persons participated in the marc,,. of nonviolence Ue breastplate of righteousness, the armor of

. . . . . . truth"f believe and just that keep marching"_.1964
Publication of this Picotrial Memorial Tribute to the final word In unarmed reaUty. That truth Is and why uncondWoDallove right temporarily wW defeate4 ban-
is stronger CIao evil triumphant."-1964
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is made possible through t the .A'.I you"What wit good buy a does hamburger-l965 It do to be able to eat at a lunch counter If

cooperation of the following firms; ? : The"The..hite Negro man needs Deeds the the Negro white to man free to him free from him his from cuUL his"-fears.1966

"LIke anybody, I would like! to live a lone lUe. LOC eYIt1 baI
': Cavalier Cleaners Daylight Groceries Duval Motors Goers it place."'111.But. .I'm.I've not looted concerned about that now. I just want to do
; '" 3/3/65--MA.RION. Ala.-Rev. Martin Luther King (C) eulogizes Jimmie Lee Jackson, at 1 may DOt get there with over and Pee lee the promised land.

Furchgoll's Dept. Store-We. Grant CorGulf Life Ins;C 3. funeral Evers and services others.here Jackson March 3 26, ,as Marlon another, was martyr burled in civil here rights after struggle he died of along gun with shot Medger wounds we aa a people wW get to you the,promise but I want land you"to know tonight that

suffered during demonstration here February 18. -.Last Wednesday Memphis
S. H. Kress & Co. Rosenblum's -R.C. Bottling Co. "I want you to line for.me tonight
: . . . . me, 'Precloue : Mand'I want you to do that sang*.

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2/9/65 WASHINGTON: The Rev. ,Martin Luther King Jr., (left) meets with Vice President I.
Humphrey (center) and Attorney General-designate Nicholas D. Katzenbach in Humphrey's
office February 9 to discuss legislative steps which he feels are needed to assure voting ANGELES-The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., (center with overcoat) has
rights for Negroes. plenty of police protection as he arrives at International Airport February 24 from his Atlanta
t . home for a series of public appearances. At a airport press conference King rededicated himself L4
: : ; : ; : I : r to nonviolence in the Civil Rights movements even to the point where he said there shouldbe
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NOTWSon"OTWSon r 11/3/67- BIRMINGHAM, ALA: Dr. Martin Luther King appears -
l .. in deep thought as he stares out of his cell in the Jefferson -
n ; County courthouse in this exclusive United Press International -
J photo. King and three others were serving S-days for con-
A tempt of court arising out of a 1963 demonstration here. They
;\\ r were released early November 3. This photo was made by one
of the men serving his sentence.

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S/25S7. CHICAGO: Dr Benjamin Spock (L)and Rev Dr.Martin Luther King: Jr. lead nearly -
9,000 marchers through the Chicago Loop In protest ot the U. jx>Uc> In Vietnam.

942867CHICAGO: Donald S. Perkins, Pres. Of Jewel Co. ((2nd left) huddles with ministers
'rif of Operation Breadbasket, 4/28, in a effort to build a stronger economic base for Negro "\
people in the Chicago community through the programs With Mr Perkins are; (I-r); Rev,
Stroy Freeman; Rev Martin Luther King and Rev Jesse Jackson.

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,1i daughter, stands on tip-toe, but still isn't quite tall enough to
see over the table decorations u she tries to have a word
with her mother and father during testimonial dinner in King's
honor January 27. The 1964 Nobel Peace Prize winner was fetedat
J-5/18/67- CLEVELAN.Dr.Martin Luther King (L) talks to Sonny Denton of the Hough Opportunity dinner In downtown hotel
Center Just before he announced May 16 that Cleveland will be one of the 4 project 4/23/65-.IX TON-Dr. Martin Luther King C, leads march from Doxbury to Boston Common -
cities for civil rights action by bUSoutnern Christian Leadership Conference this summer The AprU 23. The march is in protest of racial imbalance in Doston Schools and slum housing -
Houge area was the scene of some of the nation's worst racial riots last year. conditions. At left Is Virgil A. Wood, pres. Mass., unit SCLC and Ralph Abernathy

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Baptist Church. Isadore Singleton, left, deceased and Mrs. Mary Singleton, now a City Councilwoman -
hosted the leader in their home. Seated from left are E. J. Norman, Rev King Ernest 8/13/67 WASHINGTON: The Rev.Dr.Martin Luther King Called
D. Jackson, Frank Hampton, holding Isadore Jr. Standing are Singleton, James Brown on Negroes August 13 to disrupt the black-white status quo in
Otis Speights an unidentified guest, Dill Shellman, J. Gardner Sams, Jr. Dr. Robert Swain, northern cities with militant nonviolence rather than the destruction -
Henry Arrington. of life or property. King is shown being made-up Just

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vestigatlon December: 1 to meet with FBI Director J.- Edgar Hoover who called the Negro Independent . .. . . . Star'
leader "the most notorious liar in the country." Dr. King said he asked for the meeting to

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it .t,iPt'f: 7 RECIPEA Wine And Food For Mid-Season Lift I

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ASSISTANT
hintsCARNATION A ever the homemaker needs her
tomato fish dinner works won
skill and Imagination to revive
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Quick and easy but still good
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Warm spring days call for eating outdoors. Serve 1 tablespoon milk; are ning. Simple guides food touched with

Chocolate Hippie Pie to family or guests soon. They 1 teaspoon salt; the lift of good wines served
will like the rich, flavorful chocolate and vanilla filling 1-1/2 pounds flounder fillets; graciously In the warmth of
made extra-good with whipped evaporated milk. 1.1/4 cups fine dru bread home and family. The Winter z

Keep evaporated milk handy. You will find dozens of crumbs; months can be the lovely Interlude .
ways to use it. Salad oil; of hearth and home comforts ,
1 pound tomatoes.sllced; before the hectic stirringsof t
1/4 pound American cheese, Spring push us Into the xu tS
grated; garden and the outdoors.

Combine eggs, milk and salt No doldrums ever when wine
In pie plate. Dlo fish fillets first clear and sparkling, boosts our
Into egg mixture,then Into bread spirits and refreshes our ap
crumns. Saute in a small amount proach. Served before, during S

of oil over medium heat until or after dinner, with lunch .. .
before bedtime at any time
browned on both sides. Place it
and In any kind of glass ,-
fillets in shallow baking pan; wine's beautiful color and
.J- top with tomato slices and sprl- aroma and refreshing taste can
kle with cheese. Bake In 375 F. make any occasion special ,
oven 10 minutes or until cheese without extra effort.

east. h C.m.n.e e.,, melts. Makes 6 servings.Fresh
arcs PUFFY WINE OMELET
tomato and cheese looped seafood
A sureny to please your family ftl dinner Is to serve served with a fresh green (Serves 4)
.1CHOCOLATE tasty Hc-ef SteiThe featured here combines fresh .
recipe
of the
salad Is a tempting dinner fare. Prove the versatility
zucchini, carrots, potatoes and beef. Carnation evaporatedmilk
egg serve an omelet light asa e'
In added to the stew, making the gravy creamy arid feather, fragrant with wine es W w
nutritious. Convenient evaporated milk can be used for all and grated cheese. Add a crisp
of your cooking needs. It makes' soups and sauces and salad, hot crusty rolls and a CHICKEN AND WINE LOAF
meat loaves Juicier. And it whips Just like cream for use Imperial Since special lunch Is ready (Serves I)
In whipped salads' and chiffon desserts.
RIPPLE PIE BEEF STEW I tablespoon corn starch C eggs, separated A great use for leftover chicken so good It makes you wish
(Makes 9-Inch pie) Vt cap water Ji cup Niagara type wine you'd invited company. Quick creamy mushroom sauce spoonedover
(Makes 6 servings)
each cook It for the next family dinner.
I (IT:-ounce) can crushed 1 teaspoon sail slice
1 tablespoon (1 envelope) 1 cup water 2 pounds beef round, cut 1-M teaspoons lilt
pineapple Parmesan cheese aalt
In 2-inch cubes Vt !14 cup grated tt cops finely chopped yt teaspoon
unflavored gelatin 1 tablespoon lemon |Juice teaspoon pepper t tablespoons soy sauce J4! batter or margarine ground cooked chicken
2 tsblespoons butler 1-V4 pounds potatoes, pared rap !yt teaspoon pepper
)
1 package (3\4 ounces 2 ounces melted semisweet 1 tablespoon wine vinegar l-/i caps soft bread cramhsS
vanilla pudding and pie chocolate 3 tablespoons flour and halved or quartered Beat egg whites until stiff but beaten 14 teaspoon poultry
filling 9 Inch cooled baked pie 1 medium onion, sliced 3 medium carrots, cut In scalllons.. diagonally slicedI not dry. Beat egg yolks until 1 eggs milk seasoning
V4 2 cups beef bouillon 1-Inch slices medium lomsto, peeled and light and foamy. Beat In wine cop
cup sugar shell|| wine 1 can lO-/i ounces)
Niagara type
l-/i
1% cups undiluted Carnation 1 clove garlic I pound zucchini, cut InV4lnch cat Into thin wedges salt, and Parmesan cheese.Fold cops chopped celery condensed golden
finely
J/t
I bay led slices Blend com starch and waterIn In egg whites. Melt butter cop
Evaporated Milk U teaspoon marjoram % cup smsll can) undiluted 1-quart saucepan. Add pineapple In a 10 Inch skillet and pour In / cup finely chopped mushroom soap

Combine gelatine, pudding mix and sugar In saucepan. leaves Carnation evaporatedmilk soy sauce and vinegar. omelet. Cook over low heat cooked carrot
Milk water. Cook over medium heat stir about 10 minutes. Then place Combine chicken, crumbs eggs milk 1 cup of the wine celery,
and
Add 1 cup undiluted Carnation Evaporated ring constantly, until mixture skillet In a preheated slow l carrots salt pepper and poultry seasoning. Spoon mixture Into'a
Mix well. Cook over low heat until mixture comes to a full In hutch oven or large saucepan, brown beef In butler comes to boll and bolls 1 min oven J25F) for IS minutes or well buttered 9 xl1l2 Inch loaf pan Set pan Into another pan
boll, stirring constantly. Chill until mixture mounds from Stir In flour, then onion bouillon and ....onlngs. Simmer ute. Add acalllona and tomato. until top of omelet Is lion Cut with hot wrier Bake In a preheated stow oven (32SF) for about
spoon. Chill remaining 21 cup Carnation In refrigeratortray covered 45 minutes. Add potatoes and carrots; simmer 20 Cook 1 to 4 minutes. Serve Into wedges and serve If desired 40 to 4S minutes or until firm. Let stand for 10 minutes; then
until soft Ire 1 crystal* form around edges of tray minutes. Mix In the zucchini and cook 10 minutes longer over fish pork or poultry ,with your favorite tomatoor loosen edges and invert on a platter. Heat mushroom coup with
or until vegetables are tender. Lower heat. Remove meat Makes about 3 cups mushroom sauce remaining wine. Spoon sauce over slices of chicken loaf
(10-13 minutes)) Whip until Miff (about 1 minute), Add and vegetables to serving dish. Stir evaporated milk Into

lemon Juice. Whip very Miff (about 2 minutes longer). pan liquid's pour over vegetables and meat.

Whip pudding until light and fluffy. Add whipped Carnation. ---. .
Beat until thoroughly combined, scraping bottom and
Ides of bowl ocrflftlonally. Remove about 2 cups of mix.
lure. Add chocolate to remaining pudding. Beat until well Snack On Peanut /

blended. Spoon pudding by 1/2('upllinio pie ,h'lIaU'rnat. X10 ,

Ing flavors. Swirl with knife. Chill 1.2 hours or until firm.
C-1WOC Printed In UAA. (M) t T+ryser EVENTS FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS

It's In to be out. Weather permitting, no one
.4 need an excuse for a barbecue. And when
Candy Baskets Assure Bunny's Popularity you'rc out turn the event into a party a
Shish Kebab Shindig or an Hawaiian Teriyaki
3 Supper or a routing Fourth of July barbecue
For party Ideas with Ihcmcs. poses and red.pck. .
r ) there' a new "Swin in Party Bonk,
inspired by the National College Queen
Pageant. The booklet I h planned for college
tS girls but would be useful for hlghtchoolen or

,/ anyone who would like to give a swinging
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cheese dip tiling hungry anarkrrs to "dig In.'' .. OPEN SUNDAYs

Salted peanut snacks are u old and popular as snacking itself PE R MARK E t S
Plump golden Virginias, and small crisp Spanish peanuts remali
$ top favorite nibble bait. 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Next time your husband has his friends In for cards and you
-
arc In charge of refreshments
whoa more popular than the Easier Bunny right 'now? He arrange a sampler .laxy Susan I stirring in small amount of
will delight the children by raving Puffed Easier Baskets her of all three kinds for the men peanut oil.
them. Tasty u well as nutritious, the pulled rice.marthmallow' to munch on along with their 01' Smok,,: Blend .t cup
candy mixture !. flavored with lemon extract. Green tinted game. As an added attraction smokey Cheddar cheese spread
coconut Is the "grau" and lemon drop "...." repeat the sparkling whip up one or more easy and '." cup chunk-style peanut
flavor accent o( the miniature baskets. peanut butter-based "dips" or butter pan am
AIAIA SMOKED
The baskets are quickly formed In standard custard cope; "apr ads" to accompany an Open Sesame Stir 4 tablespoon
pipe cleaners make Jaunty handles. If you like, attach name assortment of crackers. touted sesame seeds into
cards to the handles and use the baskets u place markers for Here are recipes for several 1 peanut butter.
cup creamy
Easier dinner. such flavor.filled dips You'U seeds in
Toast sesame pie pan
PUTKU KAMT.K: HAsKKTKBtSKKTK find them just a bit different., In very hot oven (450'P.) for wES1EaNCENIER
HAMS
a and just u popular with the i
about 2 minutes watching care
Makes g DMkrUoxmiT
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&
men (and with your gal friends fully) CUT
: C.KAS.V4 too as their peanut parents.
Combinations of peanut butter Bermuda Plead: Stir '/ cup
,.\\11 cap puffrd eke Oite 3-tioe. can U-J'i cups) with other pantry shelf items dehydrated onion soup mix Into
Jolt t cups miniature ....nJt. shredded. coronal like smokey cheese chill sauce, I cup creamy peanut butter.
rsall..wa ',4 cup water Parmesan cheese onion soup Blue Dip: Stir f package
'/ nip butter or margarine 10 drop grrrn food coloring mix and sesame seeds are Justa envelope blue cheese salad
1 teaspoon lemon citrarl SJ Itmo drops few Ideas. No doubt your dressing mix Into 1 cup chunk-
own imagination will suggest style peanut butter,
baskets, heat puffed rICe in shallow baking pan in preheated
For other favorite foods and flavors Blushing Parmesan: Blend I*
moderate oven 1350'F.' about 10 minutes Pour Into
to create personalized peanut cup grated Parmesan cheese. I .
!large greased bowl. Melt marshmallows and butter In top d butter dlpa. tablespoons chill sauce and 'A
double boiler over hoi water, stirring occasionally. Remove
buter.
HINT For best result pre.pare cup creamy peanut
from heat. Stir In lemon extract.
Pour over pulled rice stirring until evenly I coated. With greased these dips or spreads Bar-BOie Tang: Blend 1 to 1
hands press pulled rice mixture to line well greased tot. cuss several hours before serving tablespoons smokey barbecue
tard cups. Bend S pipe cleaners to form hsndles. Insert ends time to allow flavors to blend.If sauce 1 tablespoon celery seed
Into bakkets. Press purled rice mixture firmly around ends of pipe you prefer dips to spreads and 1 cup creamy peanut
cleaners tit mixture hardens before shaping Is complete place thin to desired consistency by butter. DETERGENT

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Entertainment Hues And CriesBy

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NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL


CONDUCTS SYMPHONY
ATLANTA-NPI-For the first time In Its history, a Negro
last week conducted the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and was
credited with leading the orchestra through an Impressive con j
cert. He Is Dr. Paul Freeman, a Fnllbrlght scholar and graduateof
the famed Hochschule Fuer Music in Berlin,who was also adding -
Atlanta to his won Impressive list of "firsts." lie was also
the first Negro to conduct the San Francisco, New Orleans and
I Oklahoma City Symphony orchestras. He Is native of Richmond
Virginia. -q

NEW SOUND
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-(NPI)-The rich, ebullient sound of t
bell chimes Is currently being heard thougbout Daytona Beach, as
a result of the recent installation of an$8,000 carillon Instrumenton
the Bethune-Cookman College campus. The carillon consisting
of mlnature bells, bronze metal and metal hammers,was the gift {
of Dr,John A.M.Stewart, Minister of Music at Community Methodist -
Church who was honored by Bethune-Cookmanlastsummer
for his contribution music.

WARWICK CONCERT
BOSTON-(NPI)-Popular singer and recording artist Dionne
Warwick gave an outstanding performance last week, In a con-
cert sponsored by the Boston University Student Congress in the
Commonwealth Armory There is already talk of a repeat per-
formance for her soon. TIME OUT- Shirley MacLalne and Sammy Davit, Jr., take time from their starring roles laUniversal'i
Sweet Charity" to share a Joke. Sammy tings and dances one of the move's big
SCORES RACISMCHARLOTTE test numbers titled "The Rythm of Life."

N.C. (NPI actsm in such countries
)- as
South Africa and Rhodesia took a theatrical lampooning last South Bend Gets Miami Beach Offers Much
week, In a musical show titled "Wait a Minim" with an all-

white cast of eight With Paul Tracey, Mignot Pegram and NAACP Suit For Summertime Fun EnjoymentMIAMI
Michel Martel In starring singing roles the show, currently
touring America, pokes fun at racism In a series of
songs,
BEACH, FLA.With the choice of Miami Beach for
skits, dances and pantomlne and comedy Slow Bias MoveAOUTH
an Easter or Passover holiday, the choice of things to do and
The Is almost limitless.if .
IND.- National see
BEND
KEEPS 'EM GUESSING -- .. -
CHICAGO-(NPI-Mirlam Makeba, internationally famous Astottatpn for the Advancement Almost aroung the clock entertainment or rented automobiles and makeup
black South African-born songstress confirmed last week that of Colored People Is a vacation requirement itineraries. Within Miami
she will wed Stokely Carmichael, but decided to keep the public baa filed a motion In the United awaiting U horse Beach U It suggested the ma.
Frank Williams guessing about the date because she says she like to keep her States District Court for Nor- racing, dog racing and jal alai; Uoner drop drop by the city's
private and professional lives separate. The upcoming: marriage thern Indiana punish the South a selection of night clubsthea- .Garden Center lust west of Convention
of Miss Makeba, 33, and the outspoken civil rights activist 27, Bend, Ltd Communltu School ter aDd sightseeing Hall, and the municipally -
will bo the third for her and the first for hum Corporation and Its officers for For recreation there It swimming operated Bass Museum of
And His Rocketeers contempt of court, citing their skin diving<, tome of the Art, at Colllnt Avenue and 22nd
failure to produce a school de- best fishing anywhere golf street. The flower show In the
tegregatln plan. required by tennis and sailing AU with, Garden Center conservatory U
Featuring LITTLE BEAVER"Soul NEW AND USED CARPETS AND RUGS the court's order of September of course for, lazy hours In bet tree, the art display free in the
ween relaxing beneath ttubtrople
I
13. mornings SO cents In the af-
Under terms of tha order the spring sun .
Stuff' "Do Right Man" "I Feel My Love Coming Down" LINOLEUM ALL SIZES Board school Trustees was required Easter weather In Miami ternoont.Free attractions on the mainland .

t develop, within 80 Beach It at near ideal a*can be Include Kalleah race track
Appearing NightlyCONTINENTAL days, a long-range bulldlngplan fround. April temperatures with Its famous flamlngocolony
LINOLEUM CITY designed to correct racial 1m- average 15.' degrees. The Fairchild Tropical Garden with
CLUB balance la the South Bend school average maxtum for the month the largest coUectloo of palms
GEORGE SILVERMAN '5658 II.I. 7TH AYE., MIAMI tystera. At the end of the pried, It' 819 and' the average minimum In the Western hemisphere; the
the South Bend school officials 10.S.Accommodations. county-operated too at Cran-
MANAGER 151.8021 requested an addition $0 days now ark and the Spice park
don Dark
6000 N.W. nth Ave. Miami, Fla. NAACP attorneys peed to the plentiful and priced tome 2} In the tropical fruit growing
extension provided there wouldbe per cent below tariffs, of the Redlandt district to tne touui.
FLOWERS BY WIRE PHONE 693.4531 norequest for further extension busier winter season. Roomsare Three types of saltwater fishing -
NITE 621-6056 On March 12, the attorney obtainable for $10 a day, may be enjoyed within tight
arrrnrrvmTm 111 n i i mwiTrtTmnrrrmTmrnrTTynTNOW for the School Board double upward to about $S0-S5 of Miami Beach's hotels deep-
flowers "SINCE 1949"J Informed the NAACP that It la for lodging In the ultrs-IUI- sea trolling drift fishing and
i unable to give ironOclad assurance rims hostels. For J15-J20 the light tackle casting. Both white
that complete agree visitor will*find a wide selection blue marUnaswellattall-
and
THE THERESA FLORIST
BURGERCffSTtE ment on the adoption of a building in oceanfront hotels Many fish and dolphin) may reward
program can be obtained offer two meals a day for $3.50to blue-water anglers. A half-day
5841 N.W. nTH AVENUE within the next SO days.In $4.50 per person, while rettaurantt aboard a drift boat it the most
its motion to punish for contempt always are neaby with economical trip, cosing from
of court, filed March 25, prices to those
comparably
$3.75 to around $6 per personTarpon
HOMER HAWKINS, JR. the NAACP charged that the elsewhere In the country bonefishsnook and sea
'
conduct on the part of the defendants Thoroughbred: racing U scheduled -
HW 7th AVENUE PROPRIETOR MIAMI FLORIDA trout are found In inshore wa-
,5780 is clearly contemptuous. daily through April 23 af ters.
." The eleven Negro chi Guustream Park, a few miles Golfers play nay of the three
": ,1 "" dren on whose behald the original north of Miami BeachGreyhounds -
.
.., I 'i.fJe'4 Miami Beach municipal courses
1 WILLIAM (BILL ) PARKS JAMES ( PETER) GUNK 'complaint; was filed"sought race at the Miami Beach while courts are available
; Orcm equal education opportunity se Kennel club nightly through May ia the city's two tennis centers.
NEW Du
Jt Wdg g } THE N[IKIKI'S necessary for them to enter the 3, while Jai alai 111 MiamUrooton -
mainstream of American life." offers pari-mutuel wagering Lincoln U.
.....;-. I BAR the present petition asserts through May 1, ,
// .\<< A CIAXT TREAT "They cannot and Indeed should An easy way to choose nightclub

'SIR lUNCH '0 lOT' not, be required to wait a single entertainment Is through Missouri Commends
DRAFT BEER ON TAP additional day for the opportunities the amusements sections of the
which have been abailable local newspapers and an economical
Maker
FRIED CHICKEN to white Americans for hun way to visit them in viaa Picture ,
5910 N.W. TIN AVENUE dreds of years," the petition bus tour. Several such tours JEFFERSON CITY MO-Columbia
adds. are offered, some including Pictures has been named
1 1.. DINNER 3 PIECES OF CHICKEN COLE UEN04 SLAW FRIES ROLLS 97 PHONE 757-9317 MIAMI FLORIDA 33121 Representing the children In show at two clubs others recipient of a 1968 Lincoln University
this suit are NAACP attorneys shows at three with dinner Award for Significant
Charles Il Wills of South Bend included. Contributions to Better Human
2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Chicken 210> and Robert L. Carter and Lewis Sightseeing buses and boats Relations it was announced to

I. Steel, both of New York may be taken for all-day or afternoon day. The award is given annually
H Your professional beautician City, NAACP general counsel tours to the numerous
3. BUCKET .of 15 Pieces of Chicken 3 to communications organizations
assistant' counsel re- major attractions in the area.
knows the answer. and which contribute to the Improvement -
spectively. Or visitors can use their own of human under-

4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 standing through information,

I ei'4*fezfc FiYUliUMiil lillis IS opinion or entertainment.
2 PIECES
OtICKEN, i
Columbua
was selected for Its
5. HACK-PACK FRENCH FRIES, ROLLS 69 1UTO INSURANCE SERVICESHELL'S DOWf' high acclaimed motion picture -

l CITY .Mth W) "To Sir, With Love,which
: N... 7* AYE, i SOIlo n. according to the University

.......tt ..... ,... Why does some hair n.. _:. .Jin."IIU1: : "serves at a vehicle for generating
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''',. -...tll..:.......:::.... S4Ci' ,9C'i' Your hair Is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see "A UVIUM ...vice fox TN. UviNa" The award will be acceptedby

'' '''''" ..,.................... 'J'Ci' it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use RANGE FUNERAL HOME Columbia Vice President Robert
''' .... ... ,. of hot combs and S. Ferguson at the annual
.. ,.... ... ,oc over-processing of hair with chemicals often
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,,..,..,.1'0,0"..... ...... hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks M. ATMAI.IB RANOK6yvMBft N. PATRICKBu RANoa here on April 3. others to be
;.. .,... ," Otl68tll ;ATINtI1Ni off in everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes .. MAN.... honored at this year's ceremonies -
r.e",.",.; ..va when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician doe's?. ""NKHAU PlftECTBM ""..'", DIM' KOTO N Include the Wllmlnton News-
., '" TAKI Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and Journal andthe Gannett Newt-
OUT tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. papers.
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THIS COUPON GOOD age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely encourage and recognize those
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SATURDAY APRIL 13 1968 STAR PAPERS II




I Pigeon Psychology Course At Bethune-Cookman Draws Many Students il I




Jewish Congress Appraises Dealer Of The Year Behavior Theory Is Used


Antl -Bias Legislative MovesNEW r With Birds As Performers

YORK-The enactment of civil rights statutes In two
Southern states and two border states marts a"slngUtcant turning One of the more spectacular courses at Bethune-Cookman-'

point In the legislative aspect or the struggle for equalIty lege Is that in Experimental Psychology In which 10 pigeons
,
the American Jewish Congress reported today In Its biennial ---. participate. The course, under the direction of Dr. Paul M.
survey or state anti-bias leglslatlon.lThe Decker, head of the new psychology area at Bethune, gives even

study showed that the beginning student the opportunity to control as well as to ore.dict .
d 1 l ,
Kentucky and West Virginia last measures prohibiting s- .Th h and interpret behavior
'
crimination In state employment Gr, There Is considerable evidence -
year passed broad statutes for. (c t experimental boxes.
bureaus and divisions
agencies
,
In the literature that the '
bidding discrimination In
private Pigeons have replaced rats as
while Texas also enacted *
,
of studies
flndigns using such
and public
employment and the experimental animals In this
a limited public accommodations e animals as and rats
pigeons as
In places of public
accommo course and one pigeon has been
dation. Florida and Texas law. subjects can be generalized to .
to the according The report said that duringthe describe some of human behavior assigned to each pair of stu
ted dents. The conditioning of the
past two years, 27 states However the main
1 i purpose
pecking operant In a and
Adds enacted 70 laws covering dis py. of the course at B-CC is pigeon
NAACP the extablishing of a chain of
criminatory practices affecting to get the students to think and
employment, education,housing behave behavior are dramatic examples '
as experimental psycho-
16,000 To Voters and accommodations. of behavioral control,
public
Ilglsts: to bring some behavior
since pecking a disk Is some
This compared with 67 statutes under the experimenterscontrol

Rolls For 1968 passed by 31 states In to observe, precisely thing that no "normal" pigeon
In
does. the classroom,pigeons
49 such
the 1964-65 period and measure, and accurately record
WASHINGTON-More than laws passed by 26 states in the effects of various experi- have been taught during the
early part of the course to"peck"
160,000 qualified voters were 196263. mental operations.
According to the report fair at red colored dls, but
registered In a crash drive Although the psychology area
to "turn In crick" when
employment statutes are now a a
spearheaded by the Association 'at Bethune-Cookman Introducesits
for the Advancement in force In 36 states and the majors to various psycho- CONTINUED ON PAGE 16

of Colored People In associationwith District of Columbia,as against logical models In different

30 other organizations, W, 34 two years ago.Thirtyseven courses, the chief model used in a mmr.rm.. .

C, Patton, associate director of states and the the experimental course Is .
the NAACP voter project, reported District of Columbia now prohibit known as Behavior Theory .
.
this week. Some 80,000 discrimination in places of More specifically, it is that .
of these were registered on the public accoraodatlon, against ': variety Behavior Theory associated .
last day of the drive, March 23, a previous count of 35. Eight largely with the name .
be said. of the 50 states have laws expressly of F. B. Skinner. Behavior BRAND NEW U

Mayor Walter E, Washington prohibiting discrimination Theory differs from many psychological .
personally participated In the In universities, collegesand models In that It 1968 VWSEDAN
door-to-door canvassing. The other educational institu confines Its subject matter to

campaign committee, under the tions. the relations between observable -
direction of James Cunningham, Twenty-one states and the District measurable behavior and
Involved the churches and other of Columbia have prohibited observable, measurable condi
major organizations in the District discrimination in a substantial ;: i, Uons. Nothing In Behavior Theory '1768s0CIUVIRID
L'i: ;
of Columbia The potential portion of the general denies the existence or importance

Negro Tote in the District is housing marketThe of Intervening variable U IN |lAX
estimated at 132,000. prospect of further gains or constructs but It does
by means of state anti-biaslaws ""Thil lt ...*'' .f ft" tI
\ not find It profitable to specu-
now depends primarily on the p alte about Immeasurable. Some U
A&TU Leader Southern states, according to critics say that Behavior Theorists I

the report It stated: ignore much of the subject .
Asks ChanceFor "In the North there remains matter of psychology Catlin-

one great frontier that must still Q but whatever position one takes ;
NegroesCHARLESTON be conquered-air housing leg j there 1s much to be learned by

islation. Four states adopted any rigorous approach.The : Griffin ;
ne w fair housing laws during
S. CT h e 1966-67; even with these additions NO. 1 IN THE CITY-Jesse L. Wicker, right,.acceptes aa convention of Humble Dealers from the company's Central unique in laboratory that the students course themselves is Volkswagen .

failure of one Negro at a par award from Humble Oil and Refining Company and the com ;
less than half the states marketing region held at the Broadwater Hotel In Biloxi!, Miss perform all of the
ticular Job Is no excuse for an "Dealer of the Thomas M. Potts essential U INC.
have such laws." The report pany's New.Orleans Year. issippi. Mr. Potts Is Humble's regional marketing manager for experimental Including
employer Negro a chance.not to give another noted that the failure of the U. presented the Distinguished Service Award to Mr. Wicker at a Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee construction operations of the ap- : 1250 EAST Sth ST.:

That was the S. Congress to adopt a Federal paratus. Most of the students,
last week message by Dr.presented Lewis fair housing law thus far underscored M -- i Bethune Cookman Head Gives who nave never used a saw or 154.9093 a t

C. Dowdy president of ALT the :'continuing importance I crew driver before have been m mm/r //iw
,
State University, to a management of state legislation I World News Digest able to build excellent cages and
this field." Latest Data On New
Institute at the Polaris Agenda
The study noted however,that \ NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I Ii
Missile Faculty of the VS. By I
Naval Weapons Station here "the limits for statutory prohlbltlons l I J On the 20th anniversary of his inauguration as president of WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou
on discrimination in B = B B B-CC Dr Moore brought up to date onthe growth In the numbers
"Equal employment opportunity -
will.new be successful If Jobs and public accommodationsoutside MORE BARRIERS of students faculty, staftm divisions of instruction, major Seek The Beat Doctor
the South have been field salaries end teachers qualifications since 1947. He
,
ap- determined Nationalist partyruledSouthAfrican Doctor
we follow this course of action, PRETORIA-NPI-A then Your
proached. Hence, particularsignificance another last week to make reported that the schoool's 56 full-lime and flee part-time
said Dr. Dowdy. "What can't government took yet step Experienced
Get
understand ,Is that la the employing \ must be given to complete the isolation of racial group s from each other, by faculty members earned an average of $7,593 this school year Prescribes. P
of Negro personnel It the fact that broad laws against introducing measures which would "segregate" the national and will earn an average ($ otr.tear.1II 1941, the salary Pharmacists) To_

is often felt that If one falls, bias In employment and accommodations douse of assembly, bar interference by one race with the political range was $900 to 2,400 a year, he pointd out, It now is $7,000to Fill Prescriptions According

we cannot employ another." were adopted during activities of another, and ousting Colores w from memberships $14,000. To Your Doctor's
Dr. Dowdy said the United this period In two border states, Twentyone faculty members versity. Or de ra-. \'''- ,erSe :
States has failed many times .Kentucky and West Virginia,and bershlp inthe House 'of Assembly. First to feel the bite of have doctor's degres, 37 mas Associated Mid-Florida Colleges The Best \! ,
Only
That anti-bias laws of limited law when passed would be the multi-racial Progressive ter's degrees, and only three Abroad Use
In Its attempts to reach the such a new Junior year pro C. E. BLACKProprlllQt
moon, "No one," be added, scope were adopted in Florida party, which currently has one member in Parliament are teaching with Just bache gram. Quality Drugs. '
and Yew lor's degrees Dr.Moore statedHe
Federal Educational
College
"has suggested that we discontinue
"If this Is the beginning of a told of a number of Ford to bring
though millions our of efforts dollars, even are trend in the South, this period BLACK POWER DRIVE Foundation and other special freshmen Achievement with project substandard, preparation 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You

invested" may well turn out to have been NASSAU-NPI>-"Blck Power" as an issue has erupted in the granta and fellowships won by up to college levels

"The heart transplants were a significant turning point in the Bahamian Political picture, with Premier Lyden 0, Plndllng faculty members' and students, ,of reading writing, speaking, . A COMPLETE LINE OP. .. ... ...
not all successful evenhere legislative aspect of the struggle seeking to gain a solid majority in the House of Assembly, and of $30 ,100 In scholarships, and mathematics.
for equality," American loans, grants, work study and Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
DO one has suggested that we. in order to press for complege internal control over the affairs National teaching fellowship Cosmetics
discontinue this experiment," Jewish 'Congress survey com of the colony Plndllng has dissolved the House and ordered work aid programs awarded by Summer institute on psychological .
mented. nationwide elections, in which his Porgresslve Liberal Bethune-Cookman College this and socloloeical oro-
said then DELIVERED-
Dr. Dowdy "Why FOR AND
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED
The American Jewish Approximately percent blems of desegregation.
37-page
year.
should not equal employment party will be pitted against the predominantly white United
we opportunity pursue with the Congress survey reported that Bahamian party Th prize, if he wins control will be complete of the students are receiving Summer reading and study 1901 KINGS ROAD 3538279Lilly's
determination dedication 74.1 per cent of the American independence from Great Britain some financial assistance, the skill program for 10th and llth
same people are now covered by state president said. Dr. Moore also graders.
? I assure you that If this laws prohibiting discrimination outlined special programs in Work conference in cooperatives Drug StoreTicktock..ticktock.

'Is done, we cannot falL"Blacks in places of public accommodation ELECTIVE SUBJECTPHILADELPHIANpr which B-CC participated during program among three colleges

; 73.7 per cent by fair employment >- Next fall, the curriculum of South the year, including: B-CC Edward WatersIn
laws; S6.3 per cent bylaws Philadelphia High School will have a course in Swahili, the Faculty exchange with four Jacksonville and Florida Me-
Do Not Want against bias intiouslngand African language spoken predomiantly East Africa.Instructorfor private Minnesota Colleges mortal in St, Augustine A pro-

32.4 per cent by fair education thecourse: in Tlmona Omblna, a Kenyan who graduate from Southern Education Foundation gram was developed federal

laws. State University of New York, Oneonta, last August.In addition teaching Improvement pro- funds are being sought to Ira- ...
'Mixing .SayS Leader The anti-bias study was prepared to teaching the language, be will be putting finishing toucheson gram, in cooperation with the .plement itInjuring

by Mrs Beverly Coleman a. bookentltled "The fhllosphy of Colonialism In Aflrca." University of Florida.
VALPARAISO, Ind.-(NPI)- AutomobilesNEW the Bourbon that
a staff counsel the American Southern Fellowship Fund teacher
"Fre blacks want to be Integrated Jewish Congress Com STALEMATE improvement research YORK To proicd

," according to Floyd mission on Law and Social Action SALBBURY-NPr white minority settler-ruled project. themselves igainU financial lou
McKlssick, national CORE,ure' (CLSA). Joseph B. Robinson of Rhodesia is having a problem with enforcing government segregation Freshmemt accelerated pro- brought on by automobile accident didn't watch the clock!

ector. Is the commission direc sports, especially at the school level. The government gram, for above average freshmen !, American car owners paid
Addressing students at Valparaiso tor. Howard M. Squadron serves has decreed that multiraclalism be banned OIISchoo I sports about $9.25 billion in auto in. .
University, be declared CLSA chairman.The Journalism couses, in a new in 1966, w*
as fields but U is fading great opposition the order among the aura nee premium according I "
: "Black people must American Jewish Congress white people, who "see nothing wrong with their children playIng program organized by Elwln to the Inaurance In.
solve their own problems.Black in its 50th McCray Michigan State Uni OLD
now year, a game with nonwhite children" formation Institute.'N'SEAFOOD '
folks don't need white folks to works to strengthen Jewish

tell us how we're going to free life and advance human rights ALIEN ARMY I ; ff

ourselves. CHARTER
"You can't tell me about crime California NAACP PRETORlA.NPlApparentl, with an eye on the 6.1 ration
in the streets," he said, "whenI of its black and white populaton. South Africa proposes next FISH
know there's $70 million of year to augment its rmed forces by drafting white non- Kentucky's Finest Bourbon

drugs going Into Harlem with Helps Citizens citizens into its various services. Those eligible for the
draft will be male immigrants between 16 and 25 of SLACK SEA un
the full consent of those higher years PINK SNAPPER
up folks In New York." Understand Law age, who lived for five years in South Africa. C.pturedoffNaapo.taaapparbaakd' C ,
liD lASS L B
OAKLAND, Calif.-The National 'or boldsePEACH 49

Black Power Association for the Advancement Displaced Negroes In Alabama I.ocel Ju WHITING BeecC product'
of Colored People WHITE 'IRCHSTEAK '

here bas initiated an Adopt ACop" ; 7

Revolt Book program designed to Are OR Labor Dept. ListNEW FISH Plllats. ... SUe
familiarize the community with
and of YORK-Alter 15 months branch at Panola and its state .,
the workings personnel SPANISH MACKEREL asr (
Is Favored the police department of providing financial and other organization has been involvedin I u: I?. 39c oyel

BOSTON-The Black Power Donald McCullum: ,president of assistance to impoverished Ne- efforts to aid the displaced
KINO
Revolt, a new book, authored the Oakland Branch NAACP, gor families dis placed from families since December 1966 FISH STEAK la.. 59c
their farm homes in Sumter At that time complaints were
Porter Sargent the April selection says that the program would
of the Negro Book Club. encourage anti-poverty groups County Ala., the National Association filed with the Department of A- CRAB MEAT RETURNS

It is a collection of 36 essays and other neighborhood organizations .. for the Advancement of grlculture on behalf'of 75 families ..... ...." .. '1'0 Claw. .la. '1.4S. /r"ea:: ... 41 141 41 ,
Colored People has been informby who charged that their
and traces the concept: of Black to cultivate their own
Power to the first shouts of particular police officer.The the office of Secretary of allotment checks were being intercepted RED SNAPPER' 8ge
black protest three centuries project designed to Involve Labor W. Willard Wlrtc of a and retained by farm Ca.ahf S. MwrM bash. .

ago, defining its demands for all neighborhood citizens grant of $200,000 to assist owners. In retaliation, some SHRIMP to"G' lb. $1.30
power in 1968. In the malnteance of stability some 50 of these families. 25 of th families received notices MEDIUM Ib, $1.15

Stokely Carmichael, Malcolm in the event of civil disorders The grant, effective March 28, that they would have to pay OYSTERS
Powell and has drawn favorable was allocated from funds of the rent on bouses they had occupied -
a
Z and Adam Clayton snw IN SHELLS
Man power Development and rent-free for 30 years.Meanwhile N' ,aY ws
leaders represented from Police
black response
'
are among, Reflections by Nat Chief Charles Gain Training Act and will be used the land had been 1.25., 5.50... '1.50 n.Fmh .
for talning,migration and allow obtained the HammermlU w
Turner, in 1831, and a letter "A dopt A Cop" win permit by
written by Benjamin Banneker neighborhood people to air their ances for the famlliesTbe pro Paper Company on which to Medium MULLET Iw 29C

to Thomas Jefferson in 1791. law enforcement problems with gram involves a contract developed grow timber.
by the NAACP and Tus- As of mid-summer 1967 the'
are included. their policeman. He, in turn, SEAFOOD CENTER
will attempt to Interpret his kegee Institute, which will administer NAACP had paid out close to

role and responsibility to the it. Funds Are made $3,000 to help 20 of these dls-, 144 N. MYRTLE AVE FH EL 4 1461
available to transport some 350 titute tallies their rent
HELP FIGHT CANCER WITHA particular community. pay .UTMIGHf BOUMON WHISKY.: M MOOT.elSIe,OLD UtttlW BIST.CO,teuISYi z.KT.I .
Alabama Negroes to Iowa. and food Most recently
expenses.
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ATLANTA-NPI-For the first time in its history, a Negro I
last week conducted the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and was
credited with leading the orchestra through an impressive con-
cert. He is Dr. Paul Freeman, a Fullbright scholar and graduateof
the famed Hochschule Fuer Music in Berlin,who was also adding U ix
Atlanta to his won impressive list of "firsts." He was also .. ,
the first Negro to conduct the San Francisco, New Orleans and
Oklahoma City Symphony orchestras. He is a native of Richmond ,: wi t .

Virginia. ,
'I n.

NEW SOUND
,
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-(NPI>-The rich, ebullient sound of t
bell chimes Is currently beingheardthoughoutDaytona Beach, as
a result of the recent installation of an$8,000 carillon instrumenton
the Bethune-Cookman College campus.The carlUon,consisting s&L;
of mlnature bells, bronze metal and metal hammers,was the gift
of Dr.John A.M Stewart,Minister of Music at Community Metho-
dlst Church, who was honored by Bethune-Cookman last summer .
for his contribution music.

WARWICK CONCERTBOSTONNPIPopular
singer and recording artist Dionne
Warwick gave an outstanding performance last week, in a con
cert sponsored by the Boston University Student Congress the M 1
Commonwealth Armory. There U talk of
already a repeat
formance for her soon per : OUTShirley MacUlne and Sammy Davis, Jr., take time from their starring roles In
Universal'* Sweet Charity" to share a Joke. Sammy sings and dances one of the move's biggest
SCORES RACISM numbers titled "The Rythm of Life.

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-(NPl>- aclsm in such countries as
South Africa and Rhodesia took a theatrical lampooning last South Bend Gets Miami Beach Offers Much
week, in a musical show titled "Wait a Minim," with an all-

white cast of eight. With Paul Tracey, Ulgnot Pegram and NAACP Suit For Summertime Fun Enjoyment
Michel Martel In starring singing roles, the show, currently
touring America, pokes fun at racism in a series of songs, MIAMI BEACH FLA.With
the choice of Miami Beach for
skits dances and and Slow Bias MoveAOUTH
pantomime
comedy. an Easter or Passover holiday, the choice of things to do and

KEEPS 'EM GUESSING BEND, IND.The'National see 1s almost limitless

CHICAGO-{NPI)>-Mlrlam Makeba, Internationally famous Assortzrpn for the Advancement If Almost aroung the clock entertainment or rented automobiles and make
black South African-born songstress, confirmed last week that of Colored Peoplehas Is a vacation requirement up itineraries. Within Miami
she will wed Stokely Carmichael, but decided to keep the public filed a mutton In the United awaiting U horse Beach it is suggested the vaca
Williams guessing about the date because she says she like to keep her States District Court for Northern racing, dog racing and Jai alai; boner drop drop by the city's
Frank private and professional lives separate. The upcoming marriage Indiana punish the South a selection of night clubsthea- .Garden Center lust west of Convention
'
of Miss Makeba, JJ, and the outspoken civil rights activist, 27, Bend, lad Communltu School ter and sightseeing.For Hall, and the municipally -
will bo the third for her and the first for him. Corporation and its officers for recreation there Is swimming operated Bass Museum of
And His Rocketeers contempt of court, citing their skin diving, some of the Art, at Collins Avenue and 22nd
failure to product a school de- best fishing anywhere, golf street. The flower show In the
as required by tennis and sailing. AU with
segregatln plan Garden Center conservatory U
Featuring LITTLE BEAVER"Soul NEW AND USED CARPETS AND RUGS the courta order of September of course, lazy hours In bet free, the art display tree In the
ween for relaxing beneath a
13. mornings, 50 cents In the af-
Under terms of tha order the subtropic spring sun. .
Stuff" 1'>0 Right Man"' "I Feel )My Love Coming Down' LINOLEUM ALL SIZES Board school Trustees was required Easter weather In Miami ternoons.Free attractions on the mainland

t develop, within 80 Beach Is as near ideal as can be Include Halleah race track
Appearing NightlyCONTINENTAL days, a tong-rangebulldlntP 1 fround. April temperatures with Its famous Oamlngocolony
LINOLEUM CITY designed to correct racial Imbalance average 75.9 degrees The 'Fairchild Tropical Garden with
in tbeSouth Bend school 'average maxlum for the month .the largest collection of palmsin
CLUB GUISE SILVERMAN '5658 N.W.7TH AVE, MIAMI system. At the end of the priori, Is 819 and the average minimum the Western hemisphere; the
the South Bend school officials 10.3.Accommodations. county-operated too at Cran-
MANAGER 5-8021] requested an addition 30 days. now art don nark and the Spice park
6000 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. NAACP attorneys agreed to the plentiful and priced some 23 In the tropical fruit growing
extension provided there wouldbe per cent below tariffs, of the Redlands district to tne snow
FLOWERS BY WIRE PHONE 693-4531 norequest for further ex busier winter season. Roomsare Three types of salt water fishing
NITE 6216056"SIKCE1949" tension. On March 12, the attorney obtainable for $LO a day, may be enjoyed within sight
I for the School Board double, upward to about $30-35 of Miami Beach's hotels deep-
Informed the NAACP that It Ii for lodging in the ultra-lux- drift and
fishing
sea trolling,
I (lewirs i unable to give IronOclad assurance rlous hostels. For J15-J20 the light tackle casting. Both white
that complete agreement visitor will*find a wide selection and blue martin,as well as sailfish -
NOW BURGER 'J THE THERESA FLORIST on the adoption of a building In oceanfront hotels. Many and dolphin, may reward
program can be obtained offer two meals a day for $3.50to blue-water anglers. A half-day
5841 N.W. 17TH AVENUE within the next 30 days.In $4.50 per person, while res aboard a drift boat U Uft most
Us motion to punish for con taurants always are neaby with economical trip, cosing from
CASTLE F tempt of court, filed March 25, prices comparable to those
$3.79 to around $6 per person.
HOMER HAWKINS, JR. the NAACP charged that the elsewhere In the country. boneflshsnook and sea
nr Tarpon,
i
Jj t MIAMI conduct on the part of the dePendants Thoroughbred racial< Is scheduled
FLORIDA
: 7th AVENUE PROPRIETOR trout are found In Inshorewa-
,5780 HW Is clearly contemptuous dally through April 23 ifCnustream ters.
." The eleven Negro children Park, a few miles Golfers play nay of the three
\ 1:6-r. on whose beheld the origi north of Miami Beach.Grey-
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lJe'41t4 Miami Beach municipal courses
WILLIAM (BILL) PARKS J JAMES ( PETER) GUHH complaint was filed"sought bounds race at the Miami Beach while courts are available
equal education opportunity se Kennel club nightly through MayS la the city's two tennis centers.
NEW ; 1) THE NEW necessary for them to enter the while Ja1 alai In Miami fronton -
av mainstream of American life" offers pari-mutuel wagering Lincoln U.
.. ;-... I << AtlMTISUIFRIED KIKI'S BAR the present petition asserts. through May LAD ,
"They cannot,and Indeed should easy way to choose nightclub
'SIR LUNCH '0 lOT' not, be required to wait single entertainment Is throughthe Missouri Commends
DRAFT BEER ON TAP additional day for the opportunities amusements sections of the
which have been aballable local newspapers and an economical -
CHICKEN1..DINNER to white Americans for hundreds way to visit them in viaa Picture Maker
5910 N.W. 7TH AVENUE of years," the petition bus tour. Several such tours JEFFERSON CITY, MO/-Co

adds. are offered, some including lumbla Pictures has been named
3 PIECES OFOtiOCEH J rsP1R ROILS 97 PHONE 151.9311 MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127 Representing the children In show at two clubs, others recipient of a 1968 Lincoln University -
this suit are NAACP attorneys shows at three with dinner Award for Significant
Charles H. Wills of South Bend included. Contributions to Better Human
2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Chicken 2' and Robert L. Carter and beats Sightseeing buses and boats Relations, It was announced to-

I. Steel, both of New York may be taken for aU-day or afternoon day. The award is given annually
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: knows the answer... and assistant counsel, respectively major attractions In the area. which contribute to the improvement -
: Or visitors can use their own of human under-

4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 standing through information,

: ts 'uCImnu Uttle IS opinion or entertainment.
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APRIL 13 1968 'STAR PAPERS




Pigeon Psychology- Course At Bethune-Cookman Draws Many Students I




Jewish Congress Appraises Dealer Of The Year Behavior Theory Is Used


Anti BIas Legislative Moves With Birds As PerformersOne

NEW YORK-The enactment of MI rights statutes in twoslnglflcant
Southern states and two border states marts a" of the more spectacular courses at Bethune-Cookman'

point In the legislative aspect of the struggle for equality turning "- lege Is that In Experimental Psychology In which 10 pigeons

the American Jewish Congress reported today In Its biennial participate. The course, under the direction of Dr. Paul lol,
surbey ct state anti-bias legislation Decker head of the new psychology area at Bethune, gives even

The study showed the beginning student the opportunity tocontrot as wen_ as_ to n orediet -
that measures prohibiting d 1 s.. and interpret behavior.
Kentucky and West Virginia last
crimination in state employment There Is considerable evidence
year passed broad statutes for experimental boxes.
bureaus and di .
agencies in the literature that the
bidding discrimination in Pigeons have rats
private replaced as
while Texas also enacted
visions Dndlgns of studies using such
and public employment the experimental animals in this
a limited public accommodations animals as pigeons and rats as
in places of public accommo- course and one pigeon has been
dation. Florida and Texas according law. subjects can be generalized to assigned to each pair of stu.
said that JHk
The during
report t describe some of human behavior.
to the dents The of the
survey adopted conditioning
the past two years, 27 states ai However the main purpose
i
pecking operant in a pigeon and
enacted 70 laws covering discriminatory wJ
t of the course at B-CC is
NAACP Adds the extablishlng of a chain ctbeh'.l.vlor
practices affecting .k to get the students to think and
dramatic
are examples -
employment, education,housing .T..j behave as experimental psycho- '

16,000 To Voters and public accommodations. llglsts to bring some behavior since pecking of behavioral a disk Is control some,
This compared with 67 salutes under the experimenters

Rolls For 1968 passed by 31 states in control to observe precisely thing does. In that the no classroom"normal"pigeons pigeon
the 1964-65 period and 49 such measure and accurately record
have been
the
WASHINGTON-More than laws passed by 26 states In the effects of various experimental taught during
early part of the course to"peck"
qualified voters 1962-63. operations.
160,000 were .
at red colored dls but
registered in a crash drive According to the report, fair Although the psychology area ,
to "turn In a crlcle" when a
spearheaded by the National Association employment statutes are now at Bethune-Cookman introducesIts
for the Advancement In force In 36 states and the majors to various psycho- CONTINUED ON PAGE 16BRAND

of Colored People association District of Columbia against logical models In different'

with 30 other organizations W. 34 two years ago.Thirtyseven courses the chief model used In R. U r. ..

C. Patton, associate director of states and the the experimental course Is .

the NAACP voter project, reported District Columbia now prohibit known as Behavior Theory.

this week. Some 80,000of discrimination in places of More specifically. It is that : ---cr :

these were registered on the public accomodatlon, as againsta variety of Behavior Theory associated

last day of the drive, March 23, previous count of 33. Eight largely with the name .
be said. of the 50 states have laws expressly of F. B. Skinner. Behavior NEW U

Mayor Walter E. Wayhlngton prohibiting discrimination Theory differs from many pay
personally participated in the in universities collegesand chological models In that it : 1968 VWSEDAN :

door-to-door canvassing. The other educational institu confines its subject matter to

campaign committee under the tions. the relations between observable : :

direction of James Cunningham, Twenty-one states and the District measurable behavior and

Involved the churches and other of Columbia have prohibited observable measurable conditions. :

major organizations in the Dis discrimination In a substantial Nothing In Behavior Theory 176850

trict of Columbia. The potential portion of the general denies the existence or Importance .

Negro Tote in the District is housing market. of Intervening variable DELIVERED 'IN |lAX
estimated at 232,000. The prospect of further gainsby or constructs but it does "
-Tfcit the leans ef If'
means of state anti-bias laws not find it profitable to specu-

now depends primarily on the site about immeasurable.: Some :
A&TU Leader Southern states, according to critics cay that Behavior Theorists

the report It stated: Ignore much of the subject .

Asks Chance "In the North there remains matter of psychology CatlinGriffin

one great frontier that must still but whatever position one takes : :

For NegroesCHARLESTON be conquered-air housing leg ,J there is much to be learned by

islation. Four states adopted any rigorous approach.The : :
M w fair housing laws during laboratory course is
8. C. --Tbe 1966-67; even with these additions NO. 1 IN THE CITY Jesse L. Wicker right,.acceptes an convention of Humble Dealers from the company's Central unique in that students themselves Volkswagen .;
failure of one Negro at a par award from Humble Oil and Refining Company and the com
less than half the states marketing region held at the Broadwater Hotel In Biloxi, Miss perform allot the essential
U
ticular Job is no excuse for an "Dealer of the Year." Thomas M. Potts INC.
have such laws." The report pany's NewOrleans, Isslppl. Mr. Potts is Humble's regional marketing manager for experimental operations including
employer not to give another presented the Distinguished Service Award to Mr. Wicker at a Louisiana Arkansas and Tennessee. EAST 8th ST :
Negro a chance. noted that the failure of the U. construction of the ap ::1250
S. Congress to adopt a Federal paratus. Most of the students,
That was the message presented fair housing law thus far underscored = *n who have never used a saw or 354.9093 ..

last week by Dr. LewisC. the :'continuing Importance J Bethune Cookman Head Gives screw driver before have been r UI

Dowdy president of AtT of state legislation in World News Digest! able to build excellent cages and
State University, to a management
.
this field." Latest Data On New Agenda
Institute at the Polaris
The study noted, however,,that | By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I
I
Missile of the
Faculty UJS.
Naval Station "the limits for statutory r proI,I On the 20th anniversary of his Inauguration as president of WHEN YOU ARE ILL
Weapons here hlbltlons on discriminationJobs In !! sW B-CC Dr. Moore brought up to date onthe growth In the numbersof

"Equal wlll.Dever employment be successful opportunity and public accommodations MORE BARRIERS students faculty staffm divisions of Instruction major You Seek The Best Doctor

we follow this course of action" outside the South have been ap PRETORIANPI determined Nationalist partyruledSouth field salaries end teachers qualifications since 1947. He then Your Doctor
proached. Hence, particular another last week to make reported that the schoool's 56 full-time and flee part-time
said Dr. Dowdy. "What can't African government took yet step Prescribes. Get Expert'v
must be to faculty members earned an average of $7,593 this school year
given
understand that la the employing significance complete the Isolation of racial group s from each other, by
the fact that broad laws against which would "segregate" national and will earn an average of$9,625 next year In 1947, the salary enced Iar.aclats) To
of Introducing measures
is often felt Negro that personnel if one falls, It, bias in employment and accommodations house of assembly bar Interference by one race with the political range was $900 to 2,400 a year, be polntd out. It now is $7,000to Fill Prescriptions According

we cannot employ another." wert adapted during activities of another, and ousting Colores w from memberships $14,000. To Your Doctor's .
this period tntwoborderstates Twenty -one faculty members t
Dr. Dowdy said the United versity. Orders.
.Kentucky and West Virginia,and feel the bite of have doctor's degres, 37 mas ,
States has failed times bership lithe House 'of Assembly. First to Associated Mid-Florida Colleges The Beat v
many Only
.that anti-bias laws of limited law when passed would be the multi-racial Pro ter's degrees, and only three Abroad pro 1e Use '
in Its attempts to reach the such a new Junior year C. E. BLACKProprietor'
moon, "No one, he added, scope were adopted In Florida gressive party witch currently has one member in Parliament are teaching with Just bache gram.Federal. Quality Drugs.
and Texas lor's degrees Dr.Moore statedHe Educational
College
"has that discontinue
suggested we "If this Is the beginning of a told of a number of Ford Achievement project to bring
our efforts even Pharmacists To Serve You
3 Registered
though millions of dollars are trend In the South, this period BLACK POWER DRIVENASSAUNPI"B1ck Foundation and other special freshmen with substandard preparation
invested" may well turn out to have been Power" as an Issue has erupted In the granta and fellowships won by up to college levels
a significant turning point In the faculty members and students, LINE OP. .. .. .. .
"The heart transplants wen Bahamian Political picture, with Premier Lyden O. Plndllng ,of reading, writing, speaking, -----------A COMPLETE
not all successful and ber. legislative aspect of the struggle seeking to pin a solid majority In the House of Assembly, and of $305,700 In scholarships end mathematics.
no has even that for equality" the American In order to press for complege Internal control over the affairs loans, grants, work study and National teaching fellowships Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sun-
one suggested we.
discontinue this experiment," Jewish *Congress survey com of the colony. Plndllng hu dissolved the House and ordered work aid programs awarded by Summer Institute on psychological dries.

said Dr. Dowdy. "Why then mented. nation wide elections In which his Porgresslve Liberal Bethune-Cookman College this and socloloelcal problems -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED-
The American Jewish Approximately 80 percent of dcsegregatlonn.Summer
37-page year.
party will be pitted against the predominantly white United
should we not pursue equal with em.ploym.nt the Congress survey reported that Bahamian party. Th prize U he wins control will be complete of the students are receivingsome reading and study 1901 KINGS ROAD 3538279Lilly's

opportunity 74.1 per cent of the American independence from Great Britain: financial assistance the skills program for 10th and ntb
same determination and dedication people are now covered by state president said Dr. Moore also graders Store'lickwck..tickwck.
? I assure you that If this laws prohibiting discrimination outlined special programs in Work conference in cooperatives Drug

is done, we cannot fall." In places of public accommodation ELECTIVE SUBJECT which B-CC partlcipatedduring program among three colleges

; 73.1 per cent by fair employment PHILADELPHIANPiy- Next fall, the curriculum of South the year, Including: B-CC Edward Waters
laws; 56.3 per cent bylaws Philadelphia High School will have a course In Swahlll, the Faculty exchange with four In Jacksonville and Florida Memorial

Blacks Do Not Want,' against bias Innouslngand African language spoken predomlantly InEast Africa.Instructor private Minnesota Colleges in St. Augustine A pro

32.4 per cent by fair education for thecourse Timona OraUna a Kenyan who graduate from Southern Education Foundation gram was developed federal

laws State University of New York, Oneonta, last August.In addition teaching Improvement pro funds are being sought to Implement ...
'MixingSayS leader The anti-bias study was prepared to teaching the language be will be putting finishing touches gram In cooperation with the it.Injuring.

by Mrs Beverly Coleman on bookentltled "The hllosphy of Colonialism in Aflrca. University of Florida.
VALPARAISO. Inl-(NPI)- a staff counsel of the American Southern Fellowship Fund tea AutomobilesNEW the Bourbon thatdidn't

"Fre blacks want to be Integrated Jewish Congress Com' STALEMATE cher improvement research YORK-To protect

," according to Floyd mission on Law and Social Action SALBBURY-NPI white minority settler-ruled project. IhcmwKtl against financial lou
government !
McKlsslck: national CORE dir (CLSA). Joseph B. Robinson of Rhodesia is having a problem with enforcing segregation Freshmemt accelerated program brought on by automobile accident watch the clock

ector. is the commission direc sports especially at the school level. The government for above average fresh. *, American car owners paid

Addressing students at Valparaiso tor. Howard M. Squadron ser has decreed that multlraciallsm be banned spots men. about $9.25 billion in auto insurance c'\

University be declared ves as CLSA chairman. fields but It is fading great opposition to the order among the Journalism courss. In a new premiums in 1966 ac

: "Black people must The American Jewish Congress white people who "see nothing wrong with their children playIng program organized by Elwin cording to the Insurance Information

solve their problems.Black now In Its 50th year a game with nonwhite children." McCray Michigan State Uni Institute.YSEAFOOD. OLD
'
folks don't need white folks to works to strengthen Jewish :;

tell us bow we're going to free life and advance human rights ALIEN ARMYPRETORIANPr. a'J1.
ourselves. CHARTER
"You can't tell me about crime California NAACP )- Apparently with an eye on the 6-1 ration

u the streets," he said, "whenI of its black and white populaton, South Africa proposes next FISH
know there's $'10 million of year to augment Its rmed forces by drafting white non- KentuclcFinest Bourbon

drugs going Into Harlem with Helps Citizens citizens into its various services. Those eligible for the
draft will be male immigrants, between 16 and 25 of LACK SIA lASS
the years
full consent of those higher PINK SNAPPIR
up folks in New York. Understand Law age, who lived for five years In South Africa. Capture* oMilport tntpptr btnkt cSTEAK .
RED ASS LB
OAKLAND Calif.-The National tor "' 49

luck Power Association for the Advancement Displaced Negroes In Alabama Local EACH Jt WHITING Breeh protection
of Colored People WHITI MUCH

here has initiated an "Adopt ACop" 7

Revolt Book program designed to Are OR Labor Dept. ListNEW FISH PIIIds. ,... 98c
famlllarltt the community with
the workings and personnel of YORK-After" 15 months branch at Panola and its state SPANISH MACKEREL39 fold I
Is Favored the police department. of providing financial and other organization has been involved : c

BOSTON-The Black Power Donald McCullum: president of assistance to impoverished In efforts to aid the displaced KING

Revolt a new book, authored the Oakland Braqch NAACP gor families dls placed from families since December 1966. FISH STEAK .... 59c
their farm homes in Sumter" At that time complaints were
'
Porter Sargent the April selection says that the program would
Book Club.It County Ala., the National Association filed with the Department of Agriculture CRAB MEAT RETURNS
of the Negro encourage anti-poverty groups
for the Advancement of behalf of 75 families '1 4S Cxklil 114!
Is a collection of 36 essays and other neighborhood organizations on *ua.ha. Ik Claw. .Ik. I. fro" ... t
Colored People has been Inform who charged that their
of Black to cultivate their own
the concept
and traces :
by the office of Secretary of allotment checks were being in RED SNAPPER 1'
Power the first shouts of particular police officer 89c
to Labor W. Willard Wlrtc of a tercepted and retained by farm .. Mb 1k.
black protest three centuries The project designed to Involve -
grant of $200,000 t o assist In retaliation, some
owners. LARCI
defining its demands forpower all neighborhood cttl- SHRIMP lb. $1.30
ago in 1968.Stokety tens In the malnteance of stability some 50 of these families. 25 of th families received notices MEDIUM lb. $1.15
The grant, effective March 28, that they would have to pay
Carmichael, Malcolm In the event of civil disorders OYSTERS
was allocated from funds of the rent houses they had occupied -
on
Z: and Adam Clayton Powell and has drawn a favorable 5TnvtNe IN SHELLS 5r
"
Man power Development and rent-free for 30 years CUING

presented.are among Reflections black leader.by Nat Chief Charles response Cain from Police Training Act and will be used Meanwhile the land had been '1.25.,, 5.50.. 'LSD ,.,.

and a letter "A dopt A Cop" will permit for tsWngmlgratlonandallow- obtained by the HammermlU
Turner in 1831
written, Benjamin Banneker neighborhood people to air their ances for the famillesThe pro Paper Company on which to Fresh Medium MULLET a. 29c
gram Involves a contract developed timber.As .
In 1791. law enforcement problems with grow
to Thomas Jefferson
by the NAACP and Tus- of mid-summer 1967 the
their policeman He, In turn SEAFOOD CENTER
are Included.: which will administer to
out close
will attempt to Interpret his kegee Institute NAACP bad paid
role and responsibility to the It. Funds are made $3,000 to help 20 of these dlsUtute 144 N MYRTLE AVE PH EL 4 1461

CANCER WITHA particular community. available to transport some 350 tollies pay their rent UtUUSMT SOUMON anion.M noon,CHU. ,OLB CHMTU WIT.CO,lOUUVILU ST.f .
HELP FIGHT Alabama Negroes to Iowa. and food expenses. Most recently -
CHECKUP AND A CHECK The NAACP though Is local *


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I National Business Head Sees Trick In Housing Act-Wants Changer


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CIVIL RIGHTS Ac t res s. Box e r. Adm ire r Equal Opportunity Book


I I ROUNDUP Will Aid All Employers

By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL J
j CHICAGO The first national directory of 3,931 business firms
commmitted to equal opportunity In all aspects of employmenthas
CLEARED been published here by Project Equality
'
ATLANTA-(NPI)--A black combat veteran,Special 5 Emmett : It will be used by more than lotion and urban organizations -
T. Doe, Jr.,26,has been acquitted for calling a captain a "white 7,000 churches, synagogs and including 29 In the South.
bastard." Doe admitted using the word "bastard", but denied religious Institutions participating It works to end racial discrimination -
using It and the racial designation with specific reference to In the interfaith fair em- and to foster inter-
Captain Larry Tyree. The Third Army board, sitting at Ft. ployment drive that will give racial Justice and equal opportunity -
McPherson, cleared the specialist of disrespect, after an preference to the listed firmsin in all aspects of life.
hours deliberation. all purchases of goods and In addition to the PE programit
services. provides services in educa-
POSTER FURORECHICACiONPlAn PE offices In five cities are tion, housing and medical care,
apparently "anti-Negro" poster at the publishing local buyers' guidesas available to persons of all races
Civic Center was removed by State Senator Fred J. Smith, well. faiths, and nationalities. Headquartered
who failed to realize that It was a campaign ad used by Mayor They areColumbus: In Chicago,NCCIJ also -
Carl B. Stokes. "Don't vote foi a Negro," the poster said In for the state of operates a Southern Field
large type. Below, the' implication was that Stokes should be ; Ohio.Detroit Services project based in New
supported because of his qualifications, not his race. So much jJI for the state of Orleans.
fuss was kicked up over the poster that it was premanently re* ; Michigan.
moved-In order to prevent a possible disturbance. Connecticut-Hartford, for the state of Southern Bell

-Omaha, for the state of Nebraska -

SOUTH ST. LOUIS RISES-{NPI)-The young woman who helped Integrate the : i -San. Antonio, for South Gets Slap From
University of Georgia In 1961 believes that the South Is making I Texas
greater strides In civil rights than the North. The former Miss { _
Charlayne Hunter, who In 1963 married Walter Stovall, said she t s 1 The national of 976 guide national is a com-and NAACP For Bias
pilation
has "seen attitudes change drastically in small Southern cities.
added the 2,955 local or regional firms CLARKSDALE, Miss.-H ere
North
But I haven't seen anything like It In the now
doing business with religious In Coaboma County, where Net
25-year-old Russell Sage fellow at Washington University.OUSTER ( '
,'G., : -A institutions. They include 40 of groes comprise 65 per cent of
MuhammadIA l11(7aYYnd ) _,, the top 500 U.S. corporationsand the population,Southern Bell
URGED his charming wife Belinda visited across,, He asked for an autograph Miss Kelly asked for his autograph. range down to small neighborhood Telephone Company has refused
COLUMBUS, Ohio-(NPI) The Immediate resignation of Dr. Paul Kelly on the set of her current movie, "Sweet Charity" Belinda smiled In approval.Operation businesses
Harold Sibling as schools superintendent has been urged by consistently to employ Negroes
Listing in the buyers' guide except in menial Jobs. State and
the local NAACP, which charged evasiveness, continued bad
faith, and failure to provide leadership In a time of educational Market Heads Encourage Negroes Breadbasket means a firm bas signed a National NAACP forces, In
pledge to hire and with
promote
seeking to end the discriminatory -
also accused of aborting a proposed
crisis Dr. Eibllng was NEW YORK- (NPI)) T w o "If have abilities and out discrimination, has filed a practice, are bringing
Education for Columbus"and fail- you any
study of "Quality Integrated black vice-presidents of the OrdersOperation report form with PE detailing
Ing to comm inlcate with anyone from the Negro community' capabilities, the rewards will Follows King's pressure against Southern BeU
Waldbaum chain the number of its
under consideration. supermarket come," says George Brown. minority- and AT&T its parent company
while the was
study believe opportunities are better "Today, young Negroes have Breadbasket of the businesses and developing group employees-broken down with offices In New York.
PLANTATION?*? than ever for Negroes In the tremendous opportunities. Southern Christian Leadership sound financial institutions, by Job classification has Over the last six months, the
WASHINGTON-(NPl-Charglng that Howard University is business world. Ernest is in charge of sales Conference, Dr. Martin Luther thereby overcoming the econ- pledged to take further affirmative Clarksdale NAACP has referred -
"nothing but a contemporary plantation," student demonstrators The two identical twins, Ernest and merchandising, while his King's primary economic omic destitution which results actions. at least 40 applicants to
took down two American flags to drama'.lze! their insistence and George Brovn,started younger twin-by 15 minutes- thrust, took its initial plunge Into in the physical and spiritual destruction Cooperating businesses also Southern Bell, but each of these
that the school "must be made relevant fO the blackcommunlt working for the giant firm 31 handles the chain's division in negotiations on a national of the black com- have agreed to undergo periodic has been rejected without stated
,." The flags were lowered, a student spokesmansaid years ago U stock boys Brooklyn, Queens, and New basis last week, when black munity. Compliance reviews toassure reason. Each applicant had been
"because the American flag is supposed to wave over The Browns feel they have achieved Jersey. clergymen representing twenty The cities represented were continued affirmative employment screened carefully: before being
the land of the free and the home of the brave. The demonstration nothing that other black To distinguish themselves, cities In the U.S. met with top U ceograpbica1cUverseuHou- actions, according Thomas sent to the telephone company.
was In part a response to the slaying of three students people cannot, particularly In George wears a moustache, officials of the P. LorUlardCo. stop and Newark, Los Angelesand Gibbons,, Jr., national dir- Some had beenprt-testedby
during a disturbance In Orangoburg S.C. the current political and social while Ernest doesn't. ., manufacturers clgaretts Detroit, New York and San ector of PE. local Office of Economic Opportunity -
environment. and cigars, with subsidiary enterprises Francisco. O. B.B.is now functioning In addition to the firms listed .
r that Include In the guide, more than 12,000 Aaron
candy in 22 cities with strike Dr. Henry, president of
....__,BI.Z .tJIiII making, pet food products and forces who sent in telegrams other businesses have filled out the Coaboma County (Clarks
with the Federal Tin and Paper indicating their readiness to commitment forms pledging dale) Branch and president of.
Co. The meeting was held at move upon call from the National operation with the program but the Mississippi State Confer-
"the Bethany Baptist Church in, Director. Also Included have yet supplied the necessary ence of NAACP Branches, has
Brooklyn, where 0. B. leader, In the negotiations team was the statistical employment reports, called .for demonstrations
Rev, William Jones is pastor. Rev. William Banks of Thomas- which are similar to those required against Southern Ben because of
GGANTi Rev. Jesse 1.. Jackson, Na- vile, NC.a state in which by the federal govern Us refusal to employ Negroes
tional Director of Operation the tobacco industry Is highly ment. u operators or In other of
Breadbasket, presented a detailed concentrated. The names of firms listedIn the better Jobs.
list of demands covering Representing P. LoriUard the buyers' guides arnall- AT&T, parent of Southern BeU
Jobs, their quality,category and were its chief executive officer able only to religious groups has been commended for the
quantity: 1. e. the number of .and chairman of the board,Man participating in the program. employment practices It has
balck people holding significant uel YeUen. B. Lowell Jacobsen, Here are details'on the local enunciated nationally. Officers
positions with the firm, the Vice Presidentischargeofper- buyers' guides: of that firm are being consulted -
number of lawyers physicians, sodhel and three other company COLUMBUS-Carl Murray about Southern BeU's intransigence -
CASH RAISING SALrEvery accountants etc., employed and officials, including two public director of Project Equality ol ,
persons holding distributor relations representatives. Mr. Ohio said the state guide contains The Coahoma situation is part
ships or Jobber positions. The Yellen made the following state 193 local suppliers plus of a wide campaign by the
demands also covered the nature ment: "P. Lorillard Co, Is definitely 978 national firms of which 50 NAACP to obtain equitable
and extent of Involvement of concerned with the economic are Ohio-based. It will be distributed treatment from Southern Bell
Item In Store On Sale P. Lorillard in black advertising problems of the black to the 2,000 churches: In the past, the southern company -
media, including nationaland community. a spirit of cooperation + synagogs and institutions represented has refused to install any
local newspapers and magazines we plan to continueour by 17 major religious phones at all in the homes of
radio stations and black efforts to assist In resolving bodies In the state participating rural Negroes The NAACPhas
NOTHING HELD BACK 1 disc Jockeys) and the whole these problems". In the program. In addition succeeded,, however, in getting
question of black imagery, with Rev. Jackson clarified the the first step of filling put Southern Bell to initiate a $%5,
models, radio TV personalities position of the ministers and the commitment forms. Of these, 000 rural program In nearby
etc. critical significance of this first 150 are also filled out statistical Leak County. Similar pro-
FROM WA 7TO/ OFF The banking policy of P.Lorillard confrontation with a national reports but sent them in grams art under way in Canton
to I with reference to placing firm by a national committee of after the prlntefs deadline. and several other communities
funds I n Negro banks was also ministers He noted that: HARTFORD-Connecticut
pursued during the negotiations. "Operation Breadbasket, representing Project Equality lists 404 local Pennsylvania NAACP
The ministers persistently black people who supplier in its guide plus 976

F ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK OF 1 pressed for concrete programsthat have more than the margin pro national firms, according to Says Scaliest
would Incorporate more use fit of America's major Rev. Arthur E. Higgins of North
yw of Negro insurance firms and a businesses, has come preparedto Haven, president of the state
FAMOUS NAMES YOU'LL RECOGNIZE total reassessment and distri- bargain and not beg, prepared group. This includes 71 firms Boycoftf Holds
bution of the philanthropic to do whatever Is necessaryto who missed the printer's deadline PITTSBURGH Spokesman
monies of the Lorillard firm. participate in the substance for the national guide. The for the Pittsburgh Branch of
Operation Breadbasket, an economic of the P. LorUlard Company, guides will be distributed to the National Association for
development program of not Just the surplus. The demands 1,300 churches, synagogs and the Advancement
ALL SALES FINAL of Colored
NO CHARGE LAYAWAY Small
or Alteration Charge the Southern Christian Leader- of this team must be Institutions represented by 19 People announced that "our
ship Conference, consists of realized for the sake of the soul participant bodies In Connecticut. selective buying campaign
SPORT black and white clergymen of of th black peopl". An additional 1,500 firms against Sealtest Dairy Is still
SUITS SLACKS : all faiths who are working to The meeting of confrontation have also signed commitment in effect, with ever mounting
build a solid economic base on demands with P. Lorillard forms but have not yet submit-
Reg. W Now W COATS Reg. 1500 flow 516'. 'among Negro people, by increasing was set for April 8th at the Bethany ted statistical reports. tonally members We're not to patronize urging all those our
fair employment opportunities Church in Brooklyn. OMAHA Project Equality of who "
e $75 Now > 5 expanding Negro Nebraska lists 150 local discriminate
Reg. $37 Reg 530 Now l500 0 Reg. 8 Now 5" national suppliers The branch cites investiga-
the 976
Reg. 5100tlo Now W o Reg 'W Now *20 Reg. 5 G Now 4 National Scholarship Unit firms, plus said Its director, B.L. tions E. McFadden made by the which Re,.show Clarence that
Greens. Included will be 34 the
company's hiring
Names Trent To Chairmanship firms that missed the deadline is practically the same program today as
ALLBOYS ALL for the national guide. The it
SPORTS & DRESS __ was two year .Then there
guide will be distributed to the
NEW YORK-William J. Trent, Jr., chairman of the Board of 150 parishes and institutions were 455 persons working, of
SHIRTS WEAR JACKETS Directors: of the National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese whome 21 were Negro u of
Students, announced today the simultaneous election of HughW. of Omaha. Some 350 March 18, this year,there were
Lane as the new president of NSSFNS and the election of businesses have the PE 410, of whom 21 were Negro.
Reg 8,00 Now 5511 ni ni Richard L. Plaut, this pioneering organization's first and only commitment form signed but have not Other statistics show that two

Reg: 5:00: Now $3" 75 OFF 60 OFF president during its twenty years of existence, as president u yet filed statistical reports "years ago there were 17 unskilled -
Negro workers, now
0 O emeritus upon his retirement, May 31, 1968. with the Nebraska unit. .
there are three: only one Negro
Lane for the four
past -
Reg. 4.00 Now 2" years school-age children. SAN ANTONIO-Joseph R. recently hired works
the director of the National among
NSSFNS is a non-profit, non- Edeten, director: of PE of San
40 other office workers there
Achievement Scholarship Pro-
fee-charging educational Antonio, said 341 local suppliers -
is one Negro driver 90
gram of the National Merit agency supported primarily by are listed In the local* among
white
Scholarship Corporation will voluntary contributions from plus the national drivers, and there. are no
ALL SHOES guide, groupof
WALKING take office on June 1, 1968. foundations, corporations, college 976 firms The guides wilt Negro salesmen at all.
010 SHORTSSWIMWEAR Before NMSC,he was research, campus chests and indivi be used by some 500 churches YMCA Is Biased In
BOSTONIAN 50 OFF OFF F associate with the off Icf of University duals. It presently administersa and institutions In the Roman
I 3 Examiner,and research yearly I $500,000 program for Catholic Archdiocese. More Opinion
HUSH PUPPIES Of U.S. Govl.WASHDJGTONAP
associate (Instructor) In the Negr o students Including recruiting than 600 other firms signed .
1 Graduate School of Education individual counseling commitment forms but have not >-Tbe gov
the University of Chicago. Mr. referral plans and aid through yet filed the required statistical ernment has charged a Young
MANY, MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Lane studied at the Universityand supplemental scholarships. In reports.PE Men's Christian Association
later became a member'ofthe recent years, it has expanded sponsored by the National with unlawfully Negroes in rental -
staff for the period follow its services with Federal Catholic Conference for inter- of rooms.
ing service with the U.s. Aimy funds provided under the Higher racial Justice, operates six The government charges wert
in World War IL In 1964 he. Education Acto to college- other local offices touching made in papers filed In U.S.
I 1i Harry Sachs left to Join National Merit able disadvantaged youth, as seven more states. Together, District Court at Columbia,S.C.
Lane is a product of Louisville weU U counseling Upward- the 11 offices represent 115 against the Columbia YMCA,
Kentucky public schools, Bound students on a nationwide participating religious bodies the Justice Department said.
and continued his education at basis under a $150,000. Baha'i, Eastern Orthodox,Jewish The YMCA was charged with
Louisville Municipal CoUege, grant from the Carnegie Protestant,Roman Catholic' violating the Civil Rights Act
l MEN'S Morehouse CoUege and the University Corporation. and UnItarian-UnlversallstIIId of 1964 by refusing rent roomsto
& BOY'S SHOPS
;: of Chicago. At presenthe "Clearly NSSFNS is the most two private agencies.Addi. Negro because of their race.
Is serving u a member of important single agency work- tonal offices will be opened In The government is seeking an
Ir -X 5402 NORWOOD AVE. GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER the steering committee which Ing with Negro students across major cities this year A national injunction-to restrain the YMCA
will convene a national confer the board in the interface between PE council is the pro from refuslngto provide lodging
ence of Afro-American educa- the high school and the gram-planning body. and other services to Negroeson
...,..' tors In Chicago, June 8-10.Mr. American college," Lane The NCCIJ, founded in 1960, the same basis as they are
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I A&T University Adds Winning South Carolina Coach To Football Staff .j





YOUR GOODHEALTH William E. Jeffries Will :i
Sports ParadeBy Stressing Quality

; ....- --- Take Over' Assistant Job ,:

NEGRO PRESS 1
INTERNATIONALUNDER CREfcNSBORO-N.C-Willie:E. Jeffries, a successful South {

14rt.r.-.J": t. CYSTITIS Carolina High School football coach, has bee n named assistant {
KNIFEDETROITNPIJoe r.f'., I'I't Many people at one time or line and defensive coach at ALT State University. AIn

'. In Louts, the "Brown Bomber of yester- another have bad attacks of IYs- selecting Jeffries, new head Jeffries will complete work:
the !
year 'World's title inflammation of the wd-
beaV'Welght or
pugWst rants last week, underwent t coach Hornsby Howell called the for his master's degree this
for The vlctora complains
who held the crown the x1949 gall still;. Now 52 Joe I nary baldder.of urination with South Carolinian, "the man who summer at South Carolina State
from frequent
1937
Is is one do the for Howell
,
or the regarded can Jon us. He is married to the former
ring's best the of only scanty -
examples or the painful passwge
SPOrt. also announced that veteran line
t 1 amounts at any one time. Mary Cauthen of Lancaster.The
coach Murry Neely will rem ln-
Jeffries are parents of Valerie
EMULATION l This disease may occur as a
1.00 ANGELESNPIThough p compllcaton of an acute infection as his assistant and that Ag'giebd 5; Willis Jr., 2; and Tamara;.
the b Y
rules
have changed since ettall coach Mel Groomes'will 10 months
the days of Henry "Hammeritf Hank" Armstrong Raul Ro- such as lnfluenzascarlet Join the football staff asa
: Neely a Florida MM graduate
Jas.candltote for the WBA sanctioned fever, spetic sore throat or a ,
featherweight champion- 1 backfield coach. is now in his 16th yearat
tr1
ship, would Ute to accomplish the feat of winning not only teh common cold.'I'lje.causatlve. Matt Brown, a former standout A&T Groomes,offensive spe-

featherweight title, but also the Junior lightweight and lightweight reach the bladder germ or throughthe virus quarterback at Ohio State will specialist, is a former University
crowns as well -- as without a defeat. That would be J may assist Howell in spring prac- of Indiana star who came

the nearest possible way for him to emulate Armstrong, the bloodstream or lymph lice, which got underway. Mon to oUT in 1955. He did not coach
taly man is history who held three world's titles simultane k channels or may travel up the day. football
last
.
11' .l, season.
ously. urethra from outside the body.
Ai Mild The 30 year old Jeffries wilt Howell said that there is a
attacks are sometimes come to A&T after serving se- possibility that the Aggies
LUCRATIVE STABLE caused by a highly acid nrlnr' may
cen years as head football coach add additional personnel.
Persons with acute cystitis
at Grandard High School Gaff-
of nausea or .
NEW YORKNPI) Marlon Tolson, who started ot life as often complain ney, S.C.
one of 15 children of a dairy farmer in Parkers, MD. has found vomiting U the dlasease Is While Jeffries coached ai r

his Interest in harness racing a lucrative one. Since last January c-:: !J"' .. 1 '" ",. not treated promp rJ the infection Grandard, the football teams
when be begin his own public stable at the Yonkers.Race- ,".. ; >. ". "h may tTavelllP to the kidney compiled a record of 62 victories -

way paddock, his seren-horse remuda has been entered In 51 (F==:-- ., making the disease much harder seven losses, and two POMADE
HAIR
.
races, winning U times, taking second and thrld four times to cure. ties. Granard won successive

each, for a total earning of $29,048. Walter F. Miller, manager of the Ford Motor Company Dearborn Framp Plant, stresses the In general, the treatment of State AAA football championships tg Keeps Hair
of forcing
importance of producing quality frames in talking to Gerald HoUowell cystitis consists in 1964 1965 Neat endWeMGroomed
HOUSTON-NPI Ernie Ladd, controversial. 300 pound second r from right: fluids to flush.out the bladder- and 1966. i ?
t
defensive tackle, formerly with the San Diego Chargers and Charles TIsdale right, and production superintendent Robert Renfroe. and reduce the acidity of the Jeffries played four rears of

Houston Oilers, now proposes to quit the Kansas City Chiefs, urine by dilution. Fruits to al- football u a center at South AH Day

provided be can make the grade in another sport wrestling.He Learning kalinlre the urine are often Carolina State. His coach then New. Imorend MURRAY'a HeliIhe.Nn'
Pom.d..ork. wooden
is pitted agtnst Gebe Klnlski, for a heavyweight championship given. Furthermore,a lowprotein was Dr. Roy D. Moore;chair kinky, hud to-minii* hilr Applfedta on
match sanctioned by the National Wrestling association. diet will help to accomplish man of the physical educatln nxnkmllook Ox mornlni, *htlt ll ter.kccpt SithfKlkmruaram )ml

the same purpose.In department at AtT. *d. OH ,.. .
studies After from MURRAY la. r, ",
chronic cases, are graduating collegein dir On wli HIdra tlr
usually made to identify the 1960 Jeffries served as an ( and count) fNumrt

National Medication Unit causative germ so that a snl- assistant coach one year at Barr N Canlnn., emywhn. ,TUwA A

fonamlde, or appropriate antlbioticm Street High School, Lancaster,
1888( silt 11 NURRAYS
can be prescribed.When S.C. SMALL 812( 25
Hold Mid Annual ConferenceThe A $
such treatment is started knowledgeable football coach

It si important to continue Jeffries was a consultant at a surniot MOODCTJ ct4M .
Board of Trustees of the National Medical Association held t I'siI it for at least 10 days even football clinic at the University Ckirttttt tttrait, MH*. wni

its regular interim meeting of the year at the Americana Hotel, thought the symptons are relieved of Iowa last Spring.

New York City, March 22-24, 1968, with the Board Chairman sooner otherwisethere -

Dr. W.T.- Armstrong of Rocky Mount. North Carolina.,-presiding- may be a recurrence. ------- ---
This mull-purposee meeting of-
Urinary antiseptics are
concerned itself with progress tog success art being expedit- ted prescribed in combination

reports from various officers, ed" and received Board approval with antispasmodic drugs and NOMEOWNERS'

and from the Chairman of its for the working plans that pain killers.In some persons,

many operating and special nave been formulated for the the baldder irritation persists

committees that carry on a Convention. after the' Infection has cleared

year-round program designed The Convention report from ..

to further the medical profession Houston included an outline of oIf rge doses of vitanfln C maybe CONSOLIDATE
and make it more meaningful the planned social activities by helpful in such cases. In ,

not only to practitioners Dr. A. W. Seal, Chairman of persistent cases, when aU other YOUR BILLS
but to their patients and to the the Social Committee of the : : u forms of treatment nave failed WITH A lit OR

community at large on a locaL Houston Medical Firnm. The it 'may be necessary: to irrigate 2nd MORTGAGE

state, regional and national kick-off will be a Golf Tournament the bladder through the LOAN ANDREDUCE

basis. on Sunday, August 11th, urethra with antiseptic solu YOUR
As has been true through the for the golfers, followed by a tion.

years, at this meeting Board poll-side Party and a Bathing MONTHLYPAYMENTS

takes an indepth took at preara- Beauty Contest and Water SkiIng / .......
lions for the Annual Convention Show at the Olympic Pool of r

usually held in August at various the Shamrock-Hllton Hotel. HOMESTEAD

cities throughout the coun Another highlight of the social Watch
try.; The 1968 Convention will claendar will be a Texas Jamboree During training sesslo, Gerald Hollow,I1. center, and Charles TUoaie, right listen to Harvey Investment Corporation

be held la Houston Texas, August and Rodeo at one of the T, Procter, industrial relations manager (of the Ford Motor Company Dearborn Frame

IMS, 1968, at the Sham- Texas Ranches: near Houston Plant. This Clown 1865 W. Ea twooi t Avenue
rock-Hilton Hotel. and a Cabaret Party which will MAILING ADDRtiSt P. O. BOX 963S I

The Medical Forum of Hous- feature a special floor show Lloyd Lighioot Carries 81-51-42 ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 3220S

tin, under the leadership of with outstanding entertainers. Sugar Ray Robinson 22 ANYTIME! : 765-7014

Dr. John Lawson, its president Dr. John T. Covens, Norfolk, In BaseballGREENSBORO 42 19 -
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and Dr. C. A. Barnett, Virginia Chairman of the Convention A&T Cast Of Movie. r r1
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Relations Counselors Reed- Chairman of the Scientific Program -
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Smith & Associates, Inc., gave and Exhibits, also repor college baseball the cast of "Paper Lion, \ \ eE:*aix***oIflONr '"
But, his hitting ability has been beat Marietta two out of three starring Alan Aladau. The motion ffiffi $7595
in ,
reports Indicating that various ted outstanding success connection is now filming in 64 .
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somewhat a question in Greensboro Memorial
details involved in malng the with their phases of the games 1 .
Stuart Millar AIR CONnilinNED RR UlaN
1968 Convention aa outstand Houston Convention That is, until the current base- Sadlum last Friday and Satur- New York with
ball season started last week day. lie connected for hits the producing and Alex March directing ; 2323 45 65 PONT BONNEVILLE COUPE $1995

end. first four times he went to bat. for relase by United AiR IONDITIONt a filet,WINDOW VINVX INI. AND VINYL

In the Aggie first three outIngs The Aggies dropped their Artists, a Transamerlca Cor- 81-51-42 61 CADILLAC H. .. $995
s a d Uugglc Ughtfoot hit safely in seven opener to the PioneersJ-2 Friday poration. TMf ClfANEIT IN Tn| TATff AND ORIVI' IT
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of his first ten trips to but bounced back Saturday Robinson, an all-time boxing'great Sometimes He's UpSometimesHe's I WILDCAT 2-DH. HARDTOP $

I a ) 1 9 to tlI the plate to give him neat.700 to win 3-0 in the first game and former middleweight Down, lie Adds.SuUracti, 66 C1mV'"I {p LA ri3 YN OOI AIR rnNMTI IIAHD rop" BUT. $2195 IUY .

batting average. That's not bad and t-1 in the second game champion of the world, appears .lie works it all around. ilk W, MR t1NDI110NID, NUeeYI HU"
b'5 oGN {
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non-hitter. In a ring sequence
) 1Is for a known A&T gained the first came vic
Ughtfoot, a native of Buffalo, tory behind the four-hit shutout with alda, who portrays 17 12 34 V ..t U/.NDATIICtt: N lcH A'. ron SIUIHG. All toNO"

toI N.Y. was a big factor when A&T pitching of Wilson Stallsworth George Plimpton in the motion COMING ATTRACTIONS 67 I"$RJC&LAX1E' f5p00A .t2693
is the author I 010 a NEATER. 'OWn
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picture. racr.IN 'Ac 11Y W n .N''t.
and Dave Smith, who came into
I iio Bob Hayes Will pitch in the sixth inning, was editor and man about-townwbo 15 88 823MAN'S 67 CHhVROLEV Ep IMP ALA . .. $2695Ren.'ER.Fl !
series of articles and : 1A010 t NCAT
credited with the second game wrote a r: : E11BNM6 'Ji : : *11RAM1Y
u u2S books based on his firsthandexperience DAYSNUMBEREP 67 CHEV. STA. WAG. S'pASS. $ !' .
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"Paper Lion" is about his adventures 4t>OOI HTOP lOAOiD WITH laUIFMCNt AIR CONOITIOMO.
Job Plans Hubbard, who doubles as A&T while training with the 67 MUSTANG .. . $2393
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u a9 basketball star,got on via a walk Detroit Lions football team. {RM CONOITIONID. AUIOMA1IC TRANS. POWIR ITEiRINO.

1ey Bob Hayes an olumplc track and scored: the winning run when The session in the ring with "Man's Days are Numbered." 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III V-8 $!693
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) 38 lastest man alive" will return on a passed ball for the Aggies when the real-We Plimpton! Yours When You Know Your 65 RIVIERA .. ... . . $2295
to his hometown of Jacksonville donned the gloves and enteredthe Lucky Days AH CONDITION
to help promote the Jobs in the first game to get the scoring right with Archie Moore 65 CHEVROLLT 1MPXLA COUPE $1993
40 underway. AUTOMATIC TRANS RAM ROWER<< ITCfRINS' AIR COND
for Jacksonville program. Other top hitters for the Aggies George was happy to escape Lucky Colors, etc. 67 RAMBLER 776. AIR COND. ... :. .. $2195
Hayes, who has played as with only a damage DoSe Send $2.00 for your V4. AUTOMAT C. RiH. POWER TORY WARRANTY <1.
41 flanker with the Dallas Cowboys in thelnltial games were Cummings Horoscope Guide for 59 CADILLAC ,...-.$195 66lbAD .. ,$125 .' ,
for the past two seasons will who hit .222 andbugh OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM :
Royal Mack of West Point Va. BUSSI06) WE '
speak at the membership forum who batted .200. BIESSIK6J! APRIL IAED11 ArrROVEO ON\=UllFu'l

of the Jacksonville Area Chamber A&T will return to Greensboro The: man born wlffi the gilt
of Commerce at noon Franklin of Macon Fill In the blank below and
for a doubleheader against St. Rev. Roosevelt R. S.
Thursday, April 18, at the Robert Augustine's on April 9, then Georgia. It is through God null to ZODIAC, Post Office EVANSi

Meyer Hotel. travel to Shaw for a pair of that I can remove all evil conditions Box 1171, Jacksonville Fla. 1 1.J
The graduate of Matthew Gilbert
April 13. some questions you may
games
High School and Florida wish tcfknow .NAME 3rd & MAIN
A and M will
serve as a consultant -

for the employment pro Dr. William Bell DO YOU NEED MONEY? DATE STREET OF BERTH i EL 4-8381 OPEN'TILL 9:30 P.M. EL 4-8382

ACROSS 23. Big Mine, 45 Script: I. Clip edge gram, which is administered by IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? .J
for short Abbr off coins the chamber throgh the Of A&T NamedTo CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
1. Radio tour- M Goes wrong 48 -- andCrunch 10. Paler of face Mayor's Advisory Panel on Em- DRINKING?

ference, 37 Conspire or U. Soooper of ployment. CAN MY LOVE ONES BB RE- N
7. C.....y.ICbemI toPbillP W, fish Commenting" Hayes' effortsin Hall Of Fame
fruit lies fishermen TURNED? a
gather 12 Appraise
behalf of the programMa-
13 P leasure trip 30 Iron range Judges WASHINGTON, DC-Dr.Wll-
by boat Of Ulnne14 DOWN hammer yor Hanes Tastier said, "Bob liam M. Bell, athletic directorat They call me the (Root man).
: Heranllke ou Hayes, who grew up on Florida But I servant of God. t
only a
1. Bits of fish 21. Throws out oUT State University, was am
bird Avenue and went to fame
insect on
33
God is the to
the line because answer
for bait lone of three inducted
U Starboard person
plaguing as an Olympic champion and
and port camper 3. President againGrounds Into the Central Intercollegiate all life's probelms. I am the
Urop. while 37 Great before Ike 23. professional football player, is :Athletic Association's HalTof Kind of all Day Prophet. 'Sendor
1. Usually where the going to help up recruit people -
cruUlni, inventor Farm at the league' annual { my special selected Bible
older re1aJIah gather and firms in the .
(2 wds ) 38 program.We verses. To be read on SPECIAL
17 Amount.Abbr Taker tive 28 WoodwindInstrument are pleased he has accepted meeting Saturday.
39 4. Can of food BeU was presented a plaque\ DAYS.
18 Theater exams {. Egyptian ?. TerriblereaIdeDt consultant our invitation to the to become "a and a We-size portrait of himself Send a self-addressed,stamped /
U Suffix for 40 Upper goddess and jprogram. In recognition: of his achi envelope ud $%00 for Bible I I
30. Iron
House Hayes
6. Middle axis made the U.S. Olympic
and spiritual Messages.
verses
Associated with the
evements. :
aluminumLike
41 Insects of boat
20 a team in 1964 and won a gold)
How
many CIAA 24 Bell was a You will receive Bible verses
IkIa plaguing 7. Devices to SI. Paradise metal for hlecountrytthe400.toeier ofr years
need you picnickers force water former vice-president of the by return mail.

'12. Nightfall 42 Dads Mom out of boat 33 Nun relay, on which be serve conference, and served u representatives SEND TO. ,,, .
mR ep
23. Charges for 43. Where thegoU bottomsj. Toothed. M as anchor man.Following to the NAIL and. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin ',1.:'". '\ :II\. '''' i.1 l' '
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11o0tlaea ball (2 Wds. .) a wheel his draft by the Dallas NCAA. He also formerly served 630 Morrow Avenue S a I. ma II nee post 2 1< ;; .>
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I Long running -
:34. Snicker lens Broad M. Property team. Hayes became: fourth as chairman of the Cult Basketabll Macon, Georgia 031301,
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44 European
knife sharp) war theater way role X Shorthand rookie In. National to Football more Tournament, currently I specialize in all case work tonight post 8 :-f. .
League history gain
held each year in Greensboro. Phone area code9127456475.
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SATURDAY APRIL 13. 1968
PAGE 16 STAR PAPERS ._ .
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:.TV SERVICE ROOM FOR RENT Presbyterians Aid In Black People Top American Students

rhof Reasonable Furnished Room and Apt., for Need Firearms + i '

1J.1? ( Cl 17yfr Street.rent. Call 3530420.475 W.19th Peace.- Mission Travel A,
iConvertors 15.95 FROM PAGE'land
CONTINUED
NEW YORK-The United Presbyterian Commission on Ecumenical
| 398-3030 Mission and Relations has voiced support of American civil then became Interested In
| Want to be popular? Get rid rights leaders' proposed peace mission to Nigeria and allocated SNCC.At fly )'
of overweight with famous a sum of $10.000 to help-with their travel expenses. the age of 20 Carmichael
I Super-Reen Reducing Plan,free The proposed peace mission,, 'civil rights leaders also have was jailed In Mississippi In
FOR MEN AND WOMENOF with Super-Been Time Capsules tentatively scheduled for mid- attempted to intercede. Mr. 1966, Carmichael attempted to
death knell of
the non
All AGES $3. KOZY KORNER April, will be under auspices Brown, on behalf of the American violence.sond The shout thenbecame
of the American Negro Leader Negro Leadership Conference _
3611 Moncrier Rd. Conference Africa. The has made "Black Power ) r
Take New IMPROVED NATURE ship on on Africa Most recently CarmIchael has
national-level Is com several trips to Africa to confer
group
TABLETS for that tired run
traveled to far lands,preaching
down feeling that keeps you from ISABELLA OF PARIS .posed of civil rights labor,religious with heads-of-state and the need of active rather that
enjoying] life That's Mel! I have the Amazing and other organizationsin other high-ranking government passive reaction A favorite
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets superior tonic tablets, pep the U.S.Purpose officials. His explorations have saying Is that only Blacks can
45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. foi ali tie things you want to do. of the peace missionis led to the formulation of plans help Blacks. Recently he organized -
EMPIRE PRODUCTS d SALES ,Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction "to seek Immediate ways and for such American civil rights the Black United Front
Dept FS, 5937 N. Broadway (guaranteed or Money Back. For means to resolve differences" leaders as Martin Luther King, In Washington.A .
Chicago, Illinois 6002C Men and Women between the Nigerian Federal Jr., Roy Wilkins Whitney M. feature article loa Washington 1 1r
Government and the seces- Young Jr., and A. Philip Ran
newsoaper last week Inferred
P.O. Box 230, Dept. S., sionist state of Biafra said dolph to attempt mediation efforts that' Carmichael's actions 1I
Theodore E. Brown directorof the I
FOR SALE through Nigerian may be! guided by a stronger
Gary, Indiana the American Negro Lead- peace mission.
Call 354-8703,1210 Davis force It was noted thatupooreceiving
Street .. r... _.-----IlnMY. ership Conference on Africa and The supportive action on the Information of Dr.
coordinator of the Nigerian part of the United PresbyterIan 44,
IRVIN CONSTRUCTION CO. King's assassination, Carmlc
An Important Co. NOW2 & 3BR mission. Commission on Ecumenical hael seemed to relax Into ).
Civil warfare erupted In the Mission and Relations was taken -
state of stupor, from which be
HURRY! IIUKkYI! HURRY! eastern part of Nigeria In July at a two-day quarterly meeting
only after receiving
Houses by owners $100 Down. ALL BRICK HOMESON 1967, a month after Biafra declared of the policy-making body. a emerged mysterious phone call. It Was
City: homo for you: 1368 W.25th its Independence, which The meeting was held earlier
St., 1366 W. 25th St., 1218 W. has yet to be recognized and this week.In then he launched upon the matter
P2Cm St., 7708 Federal St., 1157 after Eastern Nigeria proclaimed other actions, the Commis- of asking merchants close r.1 ,_
East. Florida Ave., 1742 East- LOTS Itself an Independentstate sion approved an allocation up In deference to the! late rights THE!: CUP runneth over for Lawrence Douglas (seated), 18-year-old senior at Gary (Ind.)
brook St., 427 GoodwinSt., 1774 LARGE of Blarfra. A total of approximately to 120,000 to help provide leader.It oosevelt High School. Not only was he designated the top student recipient of the CIT National
Grothe St., 1767 Grothe SI.I726 50,000 persons scholarship aid to 50 African has been brought out that In Achievement Scholar Award of 1968 which gives him a four-year-scholarshlp to the college
Florida Avenue Call 354-8703.;; CARVER PINES have been killed. students who have been denied this entanglement all suffer as of his choice-but the presentation of the award was made to him by another top man, Gary's
-- Offers of mediation and recon entrance to the University College compared with Dr. King,Insofaras Mayor Richard G. Hatcher (far left). The ceremony," In the school's office, was also done before -
CIRCULATION ciliation have been made by several of Rhodesia at Salisbury the leadership Is concerned.The some of Douglas' favorite people' Ms mother, Mrs. Ernest Douglas; Thomas A.Sporer,
$10,500 TO $11,500 third parties such as The Rhodesian government has writers continue by saying Vh'caeo' division vice president, Universal CIT Credit corporation; and Warren
. Man to work part time. Able toi Ghana Organization of Afri- reduced scholarship aid to that Dr. King's power was wan Loosevell's principal ( Anderson
in the face of the attitudes
work all day Friday. Driver'slicense VAFHAVULCAN can Unity, the World Council of African students. Ing
Good references. : and the Vatican but The Commission's action of the younger generation. Dr.
Churches, was APT. FOR RENT!
Abernathy not exactly
arepre-
hostilities have not ceased. taken In response to an appeal National Church Council
REPORTERTrainee. Since last March AmerrlcanAPT. issued by the Christian Coun- .sentatlve of the younger generation 551 Goodwin St., 3 nice rms.
can be of little Influ Pvt.Bath-420.00 Wk. 3886472..
Must II* good in FOR RENT cil Africa of Department Rhodesia through of the Dl-j the ence. Powell, says the writer, Attacks Racial ProblemsNEW 531 Goodwin St., 3 nice rms.

English. Apply: St. 247 W. 16th vision of Overseas Ministriesof YORK, Y.-'Jbe president of the National Council of
lights and hot water. Furnished.Call the National Council of These writers see possible Churches Else t water Furn. Both Aptsi
FLORIDA STAR INC. the Invltable of Carmichael announced today a nationwide, cooperative church pro-
I moveup
child.
Couple or
8565045.ROOM Churches. The appeal urged Powell cram to attack root problems of racial. injustice and th. growing
calls for vengence. -- -- -
13TH & MONCRIEFNo I American churches to contribute crisis In the cities.
has emphasized fighting Worried about health?'
168.3419 FOR RENT a total of$50,000. Warning that the nation facet Ing called for implementation your
but has never taken part In it. Get down fast with
With the United Presbyterian a "domestic Pearl Harbor," of recommendations of the National your weight
Phone Calls! t- -" Nice neighborhood. Working overseas mission agency's response Dr. Abernathy will, supposedly DR. Arthur S. Flemming revealed Advisory Commission on Super-Reen Reducing plan,free

man. 455-8995. a total of 148,000 has continue the non.vlolentphi-, that 34 Protestant, Orthodox Civil Disorders, whose reportwas with Super Reen Time Capsules
now been pledged. The United losophy. Rap Browns, at the and Anglican denominations released February 29. $3.MERVON'S
APT. FOR RENT Church Board for World Ministries -* momnet in segret governmenthiding. In the Council are together He stated that the National C.UJII:11 PHARMACY
has approved an their constituent of Churches had earlier 2802 W. EDGE WOOD
BUY HOME onli69monlhl Furn. Apt. For Rent. Elec. St.OOO calling on M
furnished Call 384-72 54 contribution and the Methodist churches to Institute an pointed to dangers cited In the
Board of World Missions appropriated Inadequate emergency study and action report through action by Its '
MAKE THE MOVE APT. FOR RENT a grant of $20,000 program among their members. policy-making General Boardin TOOTHACHEorajol
TO FINER LIVING FURN. for scholarship aid to African Housing "We hope," be said,"that this session last September.! In a
SOLD Furnished Apartments For students. program will reach the hearts February meeting at San Diego, DM't... ,,,II., .1011'. c.t...O".IIL III i.e.S. .
ALL BRICK! Rent. Call 359-3301, $17,50Wk.BiteYlay In a related action, the 60- CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 and minds of all concerned be said, the General Board ".M PI"run .lot rut.lIef M'. p"" .',Lr.1.u,... ""III.' loot"..
member adopted a special order calling .UII ". ,_ 1oM111. .. .. ",.11100' N'
policy-making body common in practically every Christians and that It will before .. .
y 5t .fir*),J'Vj"" .-... voiced concern over the recent ''other American city long take on the dimensions on the churches and the council ::c,e11.UL. :, ::::: ,...... .
3BEDROOMSAL hangings of black African (. Backyard tolttes shared by of a new crusade." to launch its crisis program. It'1 tot tewllw..lgf.: ,

erfl / Tax Service prisoners by the white rebel! regime several families, ire numerous In broad outline, be said, task In its special order, the board iSWANTED-=..i
net'1 p leio OFFICE.t in Rhodesia The executions 'in such representative cities as force groups in the council and composed of official representative -
DIVISION d.201h ST. EXP NO iur.es HERE were carried out after the Jacksonville, Chicago, member churches have put together of the member denominations -
Queen of England had commuted Cleveland a new and basic body of said: "this nation
Philadelphia ,
Someone to take
HONE :3546746GRAND $A Same Day Srivlce ?C up paymentson
is In the midst of its most
the death sentences.The Cincinnati St. Louis, and Los study materials, keyed to the the following:: BRAND NEW
** wrr nmirr nit Commission directed staff Angeles. Most cities have a section race Issue and designed to take threatening domestic crisis of COLOR T.V., selling for a little
PARK! xrrsyrN1l.ryINrrRrarn.4I members to: participate projects where nether city waternor the place of current curriculaover the last one hundred )'ears..ua
a ...... t to r.M. 4Wltftt -A./1 that nation we rapidly approachthe above cost.STEREO .
support Rhodesia'sAfrican city sewers penetrate. the next three months before combination with
Tint tXMRTS Aft people; urge the U.S. Those persons who do not live summer. brink of armed conflict in radio 1 month old, consple
I titles" It directed that "a
our
in substandard Member denominations nave
__ __ dwellings_areviuum __ model. Balance $67. or $8. per
IA award 01 oJ the bad !conditions urged that these materials form special action program be undertaken
1 that exist. Slums buildings the basis for study of the pro at once to reorder, month. TYPEWRITER
PORTABLE
irs' smart to shop Jax a .s MUN REG. 9.50 may look decent on the out blem of youths and adults and strengthen, accelerate and fully

____ __________ Chivas Regal side but, check the inside, as I to help guide local church coordinate the resources of lightweight. Balance $47. or$8.
( :: ANCIENT 1 have done several occasions. people along lines of constructive the churches and the National per month.
\ Scotch The chief cause of Inadequate action: to meet tensions Council of Churches in the SINGER SEWING MACHINE
' AGE 86 PROOF lousing is the fact that the majority where they may develop. crucial struggle, for Justice in Sews good, $25, terms. Guaranteed
0 R of families cannot afford Included in the 29 piece study the nation. complete with all at.
.... SEAGRAMSCROWN to live in good homes. packets is a basic new booklet, It also said that the program tachments.
,
w.M OR In 1939 the average city family "Crisis in America: Hope 'shall stand along with the Priority Ar-4 WAREHOUSE 1606 Main

\\iP ROYAL In the United States had an income through Action," which not only for Peace Program (previously St. Ph. 3531946. Will deliver,
.Iw:: Jim Beam CANADIAN. of lSOOdollars.The most cites issues, facts and"myths" adopted) as the highest no obligation

\ 3 FIFTHS WHISKEY they could afford to pay for rent for study but suggests action priority of the National Council
was $32.00 a month. Sixty percent lines for churches and thler of Churches."
I $' 4S 3Sths $ 5 of the city families! dote communities to follow to bring Dr. Flemmlng, who is president BARBERS NEEDED
1. 219 fact pay less than $40.00 a about change In attitudes and of the University of Oregon
Es month rent. It is very difficult social opportunity for minori. and former U.S. Secretaryfor
to: find good housing in this cityor ties. Health, Education and Welfare -
REG. CALVERT REG. PANT any city for 140.00 a month. Suggested action lines Include said that the cooperative Learn how you can Earn Your

-. J5.50 >4 The government has been attacking ((1)) opening up Job opportunities church program be announcedwas Barber! Course Free.
." for nonwhites church staffs the HAIR CUTS 75fCALLOR
OR RED LABEL the housing problems on "Just beginning.
since the first world war. The (2)) investing church funds in "We do Intend to develop from VISIT
PRICES GOOD THRU Fleischmann lendedWhiskeyi building of low cost homes has enterprises where racial Justice this beginning a crusade on the
been the principal method is practiced, (3)) opening part of the churches that will
GIN abroad. Germany has built over a p summer camps to interracial carry beyond the emergency of The Jacksonville
SATURDAYAPRIL Boston\ a million homes for low-income living through special Summer 1968 Into the years
families, France The Netherlands scholarships and other provisions ahead" he said. "We look fora
Rocking Chair Austria Belgium, Italy, (4) helping to break down strong and sustained effort on Barber College, Inc.
20th : 3QTS. Turkey, Japan, Canada, and neighborhood or community the part of the churches to help
& t 3 FIFTHS Australia, each has gone farther barriers to open housing, and bring about peace with Justice
At 630 Davis Street
numerous others.In our own American
\ than the United States in replacing among
..s iciaPaJ 'fr( $1195 $895. substandard bousing. other areas. Dr. Flemmlng people-all of them."
f \ said, the campaign will work in 355.9814
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