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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 13, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 13, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00760

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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t ", * .* ** Over King's Death Equal.. Rights "


' ;;chief l Headley Says "Shoot Looters" Leader Points ? j


' * To Race Bias "


GAINESVILLE-111* Gainesville -

CHILD POISONING police department,with 1U
"rough, ruthless arrest methods

, Illegal,"bo14lDclpersooapluu local excessive bonds,

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general low-score attitude on
the part'of Gainesville officeholders -
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and lawmakers, caused I
MURDERED
WITNESS prominent white and Negro leaden -
In the school town to speak
va out this week In loud terms fora

cessation of prejudices and
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mistreatment.This

Ex-Cellmate Of Asks EliminationOf Police Chief most recent and bitter I'
1 kf outburst of protest was preceded ,
Richardson Was r r by the presence of a
Agrees With Florida Black Front leader,

Segregation At Moses Davis,ci ofJacksonvllle
Killed In BarA Mayor Daley ,x the city last week "Only the< :'
black community can avert \
witness In the approaching riots," said Davis. "White
Arcadia poisoning trial of Close Of Checkup 1.UO--W .1 t e r Readley, :: 4j people cannot avert riots," be '
James Richardson was killed. Miami Police Chief Mayor continued "They can only put i
He had stated that Richardson Richard Daley of Chicago, and e them don with police after they. !
told him be killed his tots last Councilwoman: Mary Singleton, October i. Jake Godbold, another the new state.head of police In I" start." He said,dur ing bis stay,
year.A one of the two Negro women committee member, suggested Ohio are all on one accord about that blacks and blacks must get I
Georgia woman lIb'tlnahe14 members of Jacksonville's)' that copies of the recommendation arsonists and looters-shoot to together He was here la the
today in connection: with the fatal Council: la a Tuesday meeting be given other kill the II.rst-cboot the others. Interest of Levi Wllcox, state
shooting of a key witness of the city governing unit's public Headley, who made headlines .... president of the Black Front,
the first degree murder trial of welfare and health commit last year for his use of dogs In \.. DOW la Jail la Gainesville.

fruit picker James Richardson. tee, suggested that the present the tracking down of lawbreakers Dr. Martin Luther King was admired by many la life. In death, be was mourned by millions. Tuesday, Mrs. Stephen Con>
segregation of the Parental said that be with the president of the Gainesville
The woman whose Dame was stands Uncontrolled emotion Is shown la the picture above by aa unidentified woman who cam with latmmberable roy
withheld until formal chargeswere Homes, operated by the City of mayor of Chicago.Rev. others to view his body before it was sent from Memphis to Atlanta. Women For Equal Rights
filed was taken Into custody Jacksonville, be reevaluated la Tbedford Johnson,Negro World wide Photo accused city officials of "not I
after Earnell Washington terms of complejA Integration.Mrs. e minister of St. John's Baptist publicly accepting the responsibility \
23. was shot to death with a22cauber Singleton's recommendation Church, said that Headley's Judge Conned for leading the entire
pistol la aa Arcadia bar U followed, would farts; I policy helped fight regular King's Murderer community la directions which
.Jt t Saturday.At ter the old pattern of nee wtUdI crime and aided la keeping the Refuses PleaGAINESVILLE could help to eradicate the most \
At a bearing for RIchardson the cttys Institutions. The tag* city quiet after the assassination crucial problems facing our
, last month, Washington had gestloa came rather Informallyejtd'Vt of Dr. Martin Luther King.. city." Mr..C rOJbea4auor- ..

: s .testified that wfctle the two were. '', *. part of a dise!saloo< HeaU. y.polkK"getting:j t f l II'III.__...i' Committed.6F'atal ujwUftttpn which ,Us ftfifty*
cellmates, the Itinerant,, fruit concerning'both home; 'ooe J .A tough" was used la a Mlamrfte-* TEfV "clal1a1anC.'ne: i o ''
picker from Jacksonville told' white, the other Negro. t"1' MART SINCLETOt gro area. He claims ft drastic urged the sponsoring of evening u
him ci leaving food poisoned Councilwoman Singleton .for decrease la the crime rate. He -.An 10-year- social activities and the creation
with parathlon la his apartment. tbtrT.I'D1Dded..r..n: that .members.la said, further, "an arsonist Is a old Negro girl Shells Pteston Act FBI States of summer jobs for more
Seven of Richardson's children dependent girls of both races addition to these suggestionsMrs. murder and should be shot." wu bound over Wednesday for than 800 young people who will
and stepchildren died after shoud hj separated from thoseIn Singleton reminded the Headley claimed that five percent trial on second degree arson be out school.
eating a poisoned meal. He another category,.' "depen committee tha' at the momentno of the population commits charges by Judge John Connellof WASHINGTON-Dr. Mar (.In least one other man. The Attorney A Negro, Nell Butler,19 years I
was charged with first degree dent" girls of both races. Statistically place Is available for the de- crime of this nature and that the Circuit Court In connection Luther King, who wu mowed General first spoke told, a life long resident of
murder In one of the deaths. the councilwoman tentlon of delinquent white boys they must be met with force.He with a firebombing In down by a bullet fired by sniper against conspiracy. Gainesville, la his, prepared
Richardson's trial Is set for dicated that the borne for white other than at the Juvenile Shelter said be thinks his policy worked Gainesville In March. la Memphis on Thursday, April' statement, lashed out at the methods

May 27 In Fort Myers. He Is girls tas a campus totaling 160 in the county.Murder following the death of Dr. King. Miss Preston Is the first Negro 4, u be prepared for a Monday White Man employed by the police.He .
being held la the Lee County jail. acres Mrs. Singleton felt that However, be added, Negro and protest march by sanitation wrote, "We object totneexcesslv -
girl so accused. She has
white leaders had workers, was the victim of bonds assessed la an
helped
this would be enough land for a Of keep been suspected of Is Of
participating
Suspected
Thirty--Nine complex for the delinquent the peace.Headley's. In the a conspiracy other words, obvious effort to prevent the
firing of Gene's
blast drew repercussions be had wen "marked" for assassination potting of bonds. This amountsto
girls, thus separating them Dr. this time from Attorney Grocery on March IS, 'along according to a holding these people Illegal
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Died In from the dependent King Hargett DeathLee
Riot ones. with Militant Irvin Let"Jack"
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General Ramsey Clark, lengthy release from the office ly. He was alluding to the recent -
The
former Jacksonville educator
Destine, who has been
who "I do not believe that jailing of Joe WaDer,16,of
Areas In had been askedby the welfare Bald In jail for several weeks. C. white 2)
U.S. Was
Bradley
and health committee to Error the use of deadly force by law St. Petersburg and of Levi Wilcos -
An state's witness
enforcement Important years of age, was arrested on 32, of Jacksonville, both
All but five of the 39 persons check 'Into the situation at the Stokely Carmichael, black power except officers la self Is defense permissible Tyrone Wilson, a Negro, lib Tuesday, April 10, and ) taken charged with Inciting to riot.
killed following the issasslna- Negro setup, following criticisms disappeared from the local
advocate, said earlier this or when It Is to from his Lakewood apartmentto They were still la the Alacbua
necessary pro
Uon of Dr. Martin Luther King of the Institution scene after expressing fear the office of
week in New York that the assassination tect the lives of others." He Justice of the ja11.arller la the week.
were Negroes. More than 12 Councilwoman Singleton said for his life. Wilson, arrested Peace ,
of Dr. King was a said that fraction of the Hugh Gralner for a Butler spoke employment
only a
of them were under 21 of she found a staff which,because with others for flrebomblng.
years mistake >rw1 that the tftlnln Negro populace Is prepared to preliminary bearing on the a great problem. He suggestedthe
age. Twenty-five were shot, 11 of the lack enough workersls changed his mind, apparently, murder the
charge of saytogogRudolph
should have killed him or H.Rap resort to violence. employing of a secretary: for
by policemen. Ten died in fires. unable to do aa adequate job. a ova The Governor of New about testifying for the state v..1 j nay, Hargett, 18 In front of the Employment Opportunities)
Four were women. Mrs. Singleton also deplored the The leader spoke this opinion Jersey, against the others. Rumor has 3851 St. Augustine Road. Council.
The tally was ss follows:Chicago 'fact that the staff is both underpaid in .. news conference In New Richard swift: law J. Hughes, prefers it that he left Gainesville. An HargetL fraternizing with Gainesville has been la thethroes
toshoot1Dc..H.po1Dted
11; Cincinnati and Detroit, and .emp hasizedathat York. "Then." he said, "they sanctity of human life. 'order has been sent nut for his friends in front of the store, of firebomblngs,accusations -
2; Baltimore and Kansas City, maker apprehension. He was released struck bullet fired
could have said that they lived was by a have been thrown out pro
The Miami police chief said
6; Memphis. Minneapolis, Tallahassee higher salaries should be provided by the sword and died by the that the use of the "stop and from jail with the understandingthat from a passing car. According and coo, js lings have beta
Jacksonville, Trenton and asked that the staff be sword." Carmichael said there frisk" law helped reduce crime be would testify at the to witnesses, several white men widespread. On April 12 Judge
N.J., 1 each. The youngest enlarged to sufficient proportions Is no way for them to make an by 83 cent. trial:: were In the slowly moving-car, John Connell set a high bond of
victim was Everett Austin, 11 for efficiency. Following excuse for the murder. "Dr. per According: to latest information which made its appearance $7.500 for Kelly Scott, Jr., who
months old. In Chicago. The that, the Councilwomen made twice In the .
neighborhood.The
King preached love, forcln- was arrested recently and
Wilson drove the car which
oldest was Annie Mae James, the bias-breaking request. ness and mercy." He said that Big Business carried Miss PrestouDavtins offiae of the sheriff charged with second degree ar
52, 420 pounds, who suffered Chairman pm Basford of the the killing of the late'Dr, King and several others on their mission. launched an Intensive investigation. son. Scott was accused of firebombing -
smoke Board asked the Councilwoman
Inhalation in
her Washington Sheriff Crason
will simply encourage those who Gene's Grocery is about s personally a Thriftway grocery.
to her In
place requests writingfor
apartment. preached peace to arm themselves. Outlaws Bias the twentieth victim of local directed the Investigation.After Mrs. Carol Thomas, who has
In the state of Florida submission to the Duval '
the
damage
Bridle)" arrest three other stood in the forefront of the
amounted to more t b an County Board of Visitors,over- firebombings. EKICGALTof white
boys were questioned
In another area, Carmichael rights fights, along with Alvin
Wilson has already revealed
$1,000,000. This was attributedto seer of of the the two Board homes.extends The authority .to- said that white and Negro anti- li Building[ that Dawklns carried two Attorney General Ramsey They were later released.An Dawklns, was released last Friday

firebombings. draft organizations should be whiskey bottles filled with gasoline Clark, through the FBI,Federal Interested citisen revealed for the second time la two
Negro Gets Honor separate. Avoiding draft Is a under his jacket when be got Bureau of Investigation. the killer of young Hargett The months, on bond,and returned to
, matter of life and death for Negroes NEW YORK-Uvitt and Sons In the car. Wilson also testified A white man, Eric Galt, Is the killer car was Identified by her home. Her husband Is a
be said, but it is aa intellectual one of the nation's largest homebuilders that, unwillingly, be was told togo object of a nationwide search. witnesses, since It lacked faculty member at the University
I .jX der exercise for whites. took full page advertisements near the grocery.There,according Trails lead to a white Mustang,' strip of chrome on the side. of Florida. Her bond, originally ,
c Carmichael' blasts do not in New York newspapers to recorded testimony, to tale drivers, rooming bouse Bradley was held without ball $7,500, was reduced to
please Whitney Young, director Wednesday promising be remained in the car while the owners and observers. Gait has. for the preliminary hearing of $2,500. Mrs. Thomas bad opposed .
of the Urban League, with offices eliminate segregation anyplaceit others approached the grocery.. been described at 5 feet and 11 Thursday, April 18. police la the arrest of
I in New York "811 following builds u a tribute to Dr. They came back later without. Inches tall, weighing 160 to 170 Homicide detectives worked Joe Waller following charges of
amounts to about 50 Negroes Martin Lather King Jr. the bottles. pounds. He Is said to have brown day and night to solve the mur- Inciting to riot after a rally and

and about 5,000 white reporters The company ft subsidiary of According to Gerald Shackow, hair, blue eyes, a straight and der. .march to Alachua's County j jail,
," said Young. They the International Telephone and defense attorney, eveldence for narrow nose and straight,clean Stlte's WitnessIn a march designed to get sympathy
have created him," said the UL Telegraph Corp., said that'lor. holding Miss Preston was not teeth. His birth date has been for Black Power Leader
leader. many years its housing policy sufficient. Judge Connell ruledto given as July t0,'1931. Gainesville Jack Dawklns.
Young's opinion was that Car- "has been to abide by local the contrary. According to the FBI release Waller Is la Jail on $%5,000
jnlchael's importance is no law or custom.'' Accordingly, Dr. King was marked on March Fires Is Misslni bond. Dawkins bond is$10,000.
greater than a hole in the bead. the ad said, "there have been These firebomblngs, allegedly 29. Gait was said to be In Memphis Mrs. Thomas and Dawklns
But, said, Young, Carmichael Levitt communities that have the result of friction between the on the day of the slaying.He GAINESVILLE-A 20-year-old were, la 1967, jailed because,
becomes a "dIU, diet" for been Integrated and others that races in the school tows have Is ft graduate of ft school of Negro, Tyrone Wilson,a state's according to Judge Adkins of the
many. were not. kept the city on edge since the bartending and once worked u witness in recent firebombing local court, they, through their
Young said that the Imbalanced "So far there Is no law or Utter part of 1967. The disappearance a merchant seaman. He Is said charges here, cannot be found pamphlet, "Black Yokes'*
news on rights leaders might executive order eliminating segregation of Wilson, a key state to be nervous, pulling at one and is presumed to have left the were too critical of the local
ultimately lead to ft Negro-To- in the United States witness, somewhat stymied ear at frequent Intervals.It city. According to information, grand jurgy decisions and because -
Africa movement or mJ.chtpro- and we shall not wait any longer the state prosecution. Local was revealed that Gait bought Wilson feared reprisals for his their remarks were In.
yoke Negroes to the performance for such action to occur," the authorities argue that retali- a rifle In Birmingham on March having agreed to turn evidence Oammator)'. '
of criminal acts ,He announcement said. "As a tribute lion is involved in the bombIngs SO. The rifle Is registered ass against the a g reheDded. Wilson
U said he felt that millions of to Dr. King this companyhas most of which have been In 30.06, equipped with ft telescopic was arrested In connection
whites would like to destroythe adopted a new policy -- the NegroareaolAachua.How- site.It was found on South with five fires, one causing THERE IS '.
Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr. widow of Dr.Martin Luther A
King Negro. effective at once eliminating ever, the local judiclaryandtbe Main Street la Memphis immedIately damage of $5,000 In the pre
Jr. In the of Southern
now orr1clalletap the Christian Leadership
Another Rights leader and segregation any place it local newspaper have not been after the fatal shoot- dominantly-Negro A h c b ua
Conference, until a few days ago beaded by the martyred fighter Dick Gregory, called builds whether .it be the la most Ing.
spared eases no woman of Gainesville.
neighborhood
leader, is asking that all contributions for the Martin Luther King .off the demonstrations be planned United States, or any other participated* The charges This Is the first rsierencetoa 'nIel1rtbomb1qlaoat of more FLORIDA STAR;
Fund be sent to the Headquarters la Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. King is In the "
at the National Democratic country world. 'against Mis. Preston, If successfully conspiracy. Attorney General than two dozen. that have struck
shown here accepting Margaret Sanger award for Dr. King and Convention. Be said be felt more The firm urged other housing carried through, Clark earlier meationeda'"lone rhue-owned businesses and
receiving ft check for $1,000 from Planned Parenthood leader violent demonstrations might construction firms "to adopt would make this the first time man on the run." The conspiracy homes in this university town, IN EVERY
HOME
In national In
ft conference
Washington. similar policy without "
result. deny for this area. Is said to Involve at recently.




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'tfHalJ\ Y{ q Jaxons Enfoy Annual Costume Ball

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GALA EVENTSome__ of the Jaxons who were In attendance at the Royal Walker. Mrs., Everett is a standout with a lei. Next are Mr. and

Ambassadors Annual Costume Ball held at the Snyder Memorial Mrs. Edward H. Robinson Mrs. Dorothy Wilson and Mrs. Addle Pipk-

Armory last Friday night are shown In the photo-scenes here. In dey. It's easy to recognize the bunnies. In the picture four are

the picture, first at the left, are: Hobert Norwood Miss Barbara Mr. and Mrs. AI Helms, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wilson and,

Spears, Mrs. Ethel Spears and Mrs. Barbara Bentley. Norwood, need- in the picture to the right, are Mrs. Louis Chappell and Mrs.

less to say, must represent some pirate. In the second picture are Inez Butler, moderness in attire.

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I the Ambassadors' Ball we see Mr. and Mrs Nat Small exotically ; Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Hall strikingly attrled aid Mr. I

attired; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson Sr. remlnscing on Indian Jimmie Johnson, who did the photographing.



Washington Will Be Host Schaefer Brewers Seek Talent Kellogg Foundation Aids


"- Universities and CollegesThe
At Gala Political Event j
< Kellogg Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to the
Approximately 500 Negro and other elected and appointed officials ,1: 6 c National association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges .
from minority groups throughout the nation will be honored for a project to help increase private support of predominantly -
at a 'Salute to Political Achievement" banquet to be held la Negro public: colleges and universities. The grant warannounced
Washington D.C., May 17, the fourteenth anniversary of the U.S. today. t"a meeting of the Association's Executive
Supreme Court decision desegregating the nation's schools.: i committee in Washington, D.C.
Vice President Hubert H. and Washington Correspondent The grant will provide$25,000a lie: Negro institutions. The remainder
Humphrey will serve U honorary for theSengstacke Publication year for two years to supporta of the supporting funds
chairman of the event which The President of the Club Is I development office to be for the new office will come
will attract nearly 2,000 persons '- Mrs. Charles M. Jackson of. establisLed in Atlanta,Georgia, from other private 'sources.
from across the nation. Hyattsvllle, Maryland. I on behalf of the nation's 35 pub. The office's functions will include
gathering information
Sponsored by the Metropolitan
Women's Democratic Club of ladies about these institutions, organizing -
Washington, the black-tie, $25 Gladiola workshops and Internships
per plate affair will be held at Ford Compay to help train development
the Sheraton Park Hotel, and Celebrate Annual officers, presenting their case
will brine together for the first to potential donors, and other
The Gladiola ladles Social and I
time in the nation's history activities designed to focus on
Savings Club will celebrate the Gives
many of the recently elected GrantNEW their need for greater support.
and appointed officials who have 36th anniversary with a tea and No funds will be raised or
spearheaded political break. the 34 anniversary of the pre YORK The Ford distributed by the new office.
through in their local communities sldent on Sunday, April 21, at Foundation has made a grant of Each participating Institution
Wilder Center, Third and Mt. $160,000 to the office of Com. will be responsible for the de-
In addition to those to be honored Herman Streets, at 3:30. The .4 munication of the United Church velopmett and presentation of
Gretel and Gertie Talent School of Christ to assist the
,for their recent political church Individual or Joint proposalsfor
will be featured. The club with agency in fighting discrlmina. funds
achievement, more than 50 to prospective
prominent Americans who have the I largest attendance will receive lion against Negroes in tele- sources: The idea of a Joint of*.
long supported the cause of civil a prize. A birthday cake ; vision and radio programming. flee grew out of a workshop
and political rights for the na wUl be shared by guests. Mrs. Receipt of the grant was an.! hel d last June for the presidents
Coral H. Lewis is president. f nounced by Rev. Dr. Everett
tion's minorities will be cited. C. and development officers
Among these dlstinguslbed Individuals ,Palter, director of the office. of Negro public colleges.:
who have been askedto Walter Harris The church agency's program The project activities will be
serve as co-sponsors of the was begun inl964 and expanded guided by an advisory committee
"Salute to Political Achieve Choral Plans last year. The expanded effortsare made up of representatives
ment" are Illinois Congressman concentrated on assistance of the Executive,Vol\ll1tar1Sup-
William U Dawson;George Grand MusicalThe to local groups to deal with radio port and Minor try Groups Comport
Meany, President, ATL-CIO; and television programs In their and Mimority Groups
Illinois Governor Otto Kernerj Walter B. Harris High own cities. Committees of NASULGC and
Bronx (N.Y.) Borough Presi- Concert Chorale will be sponsored : The organization of local committees representatives of the American
dent Herman Badillo; Walter in a musical extravan- is being aided and they Association of State Colleges
Reuther, President, UAW; ta, at the First New Zion Bap are expected td analyze orograns and Universities. Ser
Vicente Xlmenes,Commissioner list Church April 28 at 3.00 THE: POPULAR FIVE **> the first group to he audltlon.oamong years ago, each member of The Popular Five sang with topflight \liscrmiaatlon.Whea( vices of the new office will be
Equal Employment Opportunity close. to 1,000 respondents in the finals for the Talent combos. Cince then they have backed up such notable patterns of discrimination are available to predominantly Negro
Commission;Clifford Alexander P.m.The Hunt' conducted by The F. t H. Schaefer Brewing Co. performers a Elvis Presley, the Ink Spots and Jackie WU- discovered, the comm. are public institutions in the
chorale has vast
a ra- Ten finalists will be selected. record the familiar Schaefer son. Among this talented group is James Keys (second from expected to ume char.
Chairman Equal Employment pretolre. They: have traveled two associations, as well as to
Opportunity Commission Jingle. Listing intently to the group are, left to rlghtJohn left). Who co-wrote the Crew Cut's hit "Sb-Boo- Sh-boom." ges and discuss the subject: with other public:
; and Dr. Robert C. Weaver Knight expensively Show in was Florida.the scene The Ken of Messner, musical arranger and partner in PM L Music, Inc. The group last week signed a recording contract with Liberty forts the staUoa management. U et.' Negro colleges degree-granting not affiliated
Secretary: of Housing and of one.of their most dramatic Lloyd Oppenheim head of radio and music services with BBDO; Records for a record to be offered in mid-summer. Plans to achieve balance programming with either organization..
Urban Development. and C.J. Villante, BBDO vice president and Schaefer account are being made for a throe-month Las Vegas stint in the Fall. fall,formal monitor Commenting grant,
concerts this This Cho- on the
year. six ing Is to take jftace
management supervisor. Before forming the singing group : and petitions -
Among the highlights of the rale Is under the leadership filed with NASULGC President W. Clarke
evening will be a graphic: pictorial of Virden Jakes. Communications\ the Federal Wescoe, Chancellor of the University

display portraying historical -, Jakes is a graduate of the New Isaiah Blocker Century Savings Itawls Sinarfra to prevent renewal Commission of station of Kansas, said: "Thisis
and current Tops
political Stanton Senior High School. licenses. one of the most important
achievements of Negroes and There be accompanied the glee The first' ventures on which this Association
other minorities. club for two years. And later Offers CoursesAn Holds Annual TeaT NEW YORK-Lou Rawls' versatility and dexterity with"Soul" monitoring-cities where local has ever embarked. These
Proceeds from the affair will attended and finished Edward and blues singing in 1967 enabled him to top former perennial formed include commttties are beIng institutions have provided educational -
be used for the 1968 Democratic Waters College. He enrolled at Adult Educaton Class is Century Savings andSoclal winner Frank Sinatra as the favorite singer of the readers of Ala. Birmingham opportunity for the
Presidential* Campaign,earmarked *- the Florida State University being held Monday and Wed. Club will have its annual tea the Jazz magazine Downbeat. Besides wlnnlner the poll,Rawls Little Rock, Ark., Jacksonville majority of our Negro college
for organized political the summer of 1966. He the n nesday at the Isaiah Blocker Sunday y, April 28, from 4 to 6 also earned Income in the "Seven figures," according to his Charlotte, Fla.N.C.DaUaTand Meridian Miss., graduates. They have been
action In critical areas. School, 2335 Davis, from 6:30 p.m., in the home of Mr. and San
return to F.S.U. the agent.
following press Antonio poorly financed parUcularlylDrespect
HM Salute" Chairman is to 9 p.m. Books and material "Mrs. Gary Breeden, 2059 West Tex, Atlanta and Co- to
summer to continue work
towards lumbus of their inability
Ga.
kltt Ethel L. Payne journalist are free. AU are invited. 12th Street. and Monroe and
his master. New Orleans La e&Ublisha substantial sources
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Business Guild :MetropolitanClub Honors For 'A Debutante



Plans Business and MeetThe Professional < SponsorsA .1 ,\ \r\ / e I C ddLng l :Bells' I


Guild of Central CME: Church Tree TeaThe ) I #
will observe It's first anniver-
Alex Johnson 1844
W.14thSt.
Metropolitan club' wit Johnnie Been 431 W.
sary Sunday, April 21,1968 dur- 35 and Mercedes Johnson 1581 Craig,
ing the 11 o'clock hour of worE a Tree Tea Sunday, W. 36th St. 36. Beaver St., 43 and Elvis T.
ship. Wendell Holmes will be the April 21, from 4 to 6 In the Garden \ Jordan, 431 W. Beaver St., 31.,
principal speaker. Mrs. Essie Center, 344 West 17th. ,
tl Johnnie Lee Sinclair, 1245 W.
Tucker Is president, Rev. M. Mrs. Clotyee Philyau Prldgen !, I 30th St., 29 and Pealean Cope- Good Wilder Club
Merriweather will be the principal speaker.
pastor.
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land
J 1329 W. 29th St., 23.
Mrs. Pridgen will talk on the

Elks late Dr. Martin Luther King. Thomas Gaines Jr., 333 E. Meets April 21
Lodge Others appearing will beMrs. Union St.
sI 23 and Lola Patricia
1 The Good Wilder Club
Edith Jones, guest sololstMt. ::41f. : Sapp 1616 Savings
Nellie : f :v Ii W. 17th St., 23. will meet April 21 In the home
Sinai Baptist; Mrs. :
Will of Mrs. Bettie 1119W.
Host Bentley,
Spates, Louis J. Howell, pro Leroy Holloway, 264 Watts St., 26th Street. Club friends are in-
i minent business man; Mrs. Enla \ 18 and Iris Jeanne Parker,2235
Mae Willlamd, Mrs. Ruby J. Thomas Ct. vited. Mrs. Truly Isham, president
16.
Annual Meet Mrs. Beatrice Thomas
Johnson, Occasion: Mrs.James ; ,
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The Springtime and Genwrlght, J.C.Brown and the ;//1 Videll Valentine, 1984 YuleeSt. reporter.
the
Lodge Young Peoples' Syjphony of St.Stephen's 23
Temple of the Improved Bene- and Josephine Raines,
volent Order of Elks of the AME. lJ' 0 \ 1984 Yulee St., 23. PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT !
And Mrs. Roneia Hughes,Mrs. '
World will host the annual con- \ \
vention of the Florida State As- Mary Crane WllsonChurch A" Ronald Clarence Elps, 1623 W.
sociatlon In Clearwater from ;of the Masters A.M.E. Choir .,' Jf' j \ 8th St., 22 and Sandra Williams, REX STM SMITH
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No. 2 Mt. Bethel Male Chorus, V'. /--'l'to.; 1514 Wilcox St., 21.
Sunday, April 21 Wed- .
through .
Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Audrey ( I
nesday Highlighting, April 24.the convention Mercedes Ben. ;> .'. < ;I; .)l't[ '! Clarence Edwards, 1430 West 900 W.STATE "Lt-." ,

Ollie Clark will be master of \ Davis St., 19 and Patricia Jones
"
this year will be the first serIous "
ceremonies an will be intro- ; > 1430 W. Davis St.
: 17. "j
challenge for the office of Ii t
i
duced by Mrs. Rutboe Mae Deal It Covers Gray Hair'
state president held for the past Mrs. Elizabeth Day will serveas i l' McArthur Diane Davis Wm. J. Brandt's Liquid -
of' : : ; 1116
eight years by O. 0. Perry :

Miami Jacksonville., by Ralph Maultsby of Friendly Dean of Host hostesses.and Hostess The Junior L : :.. : .. !,! /' \ l. \ Fairfax, 1116 St.,Fairfax 23 and Phyllss St., 19. Thomas EAU DENNA I

club, directed by Mrs. J.; I; "="1'M". I JLM \ HAIR COLORED
Maultsby is a field represen- Irene Williams wil 1 be hos- .t: .r ] King David Hughes, in, i538 .
tative of Tom Adams :.:, .. 't' -. Will cover gray hair in 10 to
,Secretary Clubof : .... ... .> Steele St., 23 and Carolyn '
tess. The Unique Saving -' -- --4'011. -" ---- ,-.., ... 1:'" 20 minutes. No pack. No mess.
of State, He was elected second Jewel Mathews was the guesTbT honor at a Wright, 20J8: York St., 23.
New Stanton High will assist. Miss Gwendolyn seated on April 28 in the Cotillion sponsored by beta Alpha Anyone can put it on at home.
vice president at the conventionlast Mrs. Lactic Mate is president. luncheon given recently by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Seta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Pictured above,
year. He claims a majority Porceeds will benefit the Metropolitan Raymond TunsUl, 1072 West 24th.Miss Mathews is the daughter from left, are Misses Charlne Jones, Louise Howard, Jackie ,Schononer Social WILL NOT TURN HAIR
of delegate votes. Nursing Home. Mrs. of Mr. Edmund Mathews and of Mrs. Delores Mathews and Is Jones, Beverly Caldwell, Barbara Rhlra, Miss Mathews. and REDDISH
On Sunday morning the Memorial Janie Debutante Coterie which will be U will not rub off, it stays on
Llllie Mae Smith and Mrs. a member of the Junior pr- Janlc Paris. Bob Smith Photo.
Services Club CelebratesThe several months.
will open and will Vee! Crockett are in chage. Shampooing
be followed by the annual par- sea bathing, sun, permanent
ade. A civil liberties program Schononer Social andSav- waving, curling or straightening
will be presented. Other features Delphenium Ladies Celebrate ladles Of log Club will celebrate wlththelr Iron-notblnittatesUoa.You

will Include the annual annual tea Sunday, April 21, lathe can cover any gray hair no mat- I i

binquet, a fashion show, the Acorn Street Recreation ter how stubborn orhowcaused.
,oratorical contest and the grand Leisure Plan Center, from 4 to 6 p.m. BLACK STAYS BLACK.WONDERFUL i I
!
ball. Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins will be FOR TOUCHING;

Business will begin Monday mistress of ceremonles.Other UP
morning and continue through Annual Tea participants will be Mrs. Mar- bOES NOT INTERFERE WITH

Wednesday morning.Headquarters garet E. BrownMrs. Viola Mc- PERMANENT WAVING
The Ladles of Leisure Social
will be In the recently remodeled and Savings Club will have the Teer, Mrs. Little McAlster, 'CAUTION: Use as directed on I
Elks' Home. Its Wllhemlna Anderson label Colors: Black, Dark I
seasonal spring tea on April 28
Mrs Beverly Brown Brown.
Young Medium
speaker, ,
from 1.30: to 5:30: at Mt. Olive Fcidd Mrs. Nadlne FUgner
Si. Matthew Itt 4p'r Price per box $2.98 plus Fed-
Church
Primitive Baptist Mrs. Annett Thomas"MrsMargaret : eral Tax.
Fourth and Myrtle. Mrs. Mattie Brown is president.Mrs. .

Baptist Presents King is president. LoreathaL. Dorothy Burrs Is secretary DIXIE PHARMACY M
Bush is reporter. and Mrs. Viola McTeer is

in charge of programs. 1302 Kings Rd.Jax.Fla.
Chapeaux lea

1968GRADUATES
District No. 1 of St. Matthew -

.Baptist burch, West 28th, will
present a Pretty Hat Tea Sun & JUNE BRIDES

dar April 28, at 4 p.m., in theupstairs '
auditorium of the educational -, Once In A lifetime

building. .,
Models will be: Mmes. LouIse "
Hargrove, Lena Kirkland, Cal- .- Special f f -J.
Ue Edward Maudella Green pw j
:;
:
Irene Johnson, Virginia Sams, On Calat Picture PKG. .
Johnnie Mae Gates Alma Craw- .
.ford. ... .,.. I .

Other participants will be Miss r ...Studio Pictures... 1
Martha N. Williams, Mrs.: Em- y
:
meral Johnson, Mrs. Oreter I I I:

furnished Price, soloist.by Mrs.Music Lucille will Ber-be New Brides or Brides To Be:

nal. A musical program will be

given. Mrs Erma Watkins Is One Full Black& White Gown 8x10 Picture
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general chairman.Mrs.Johnnie The Delpbenium Laths Social Club will celebrate the second Mrs. Annette McIntosh.Standing.from left,are:Mrs. TDorothy

B. Marshall Is president. Dea- anniversary Sunday, April 21,at the Y.W.C.A.E1gItand Calhoun Rtlfv. Mrs. Janle Macon Louise Jackson Mrs. Rosa Walker, ,
con T. C. Wiggins Is leader. streets, from 4 to 6 p.m. with a musical tea. Shown above are, Mrs. Louise Jackson Hargrove, Mrs. Theresa Aaron and trs. Only $3.95 Special Rates !
Rev. G.A. Price Is pastor. from left; Mrs. Eula Walker, Mrs. Nagger L. Freeman, Mrs. Beulah Hughes, Mrs. Mattle Reid Is now shown. +

Gateway BarracksHas Pinkie Johnson, Mrs. Rose Nell Wilson,Mrs Ella Jean Jackson On Complete Wedding Service


lilac Ladies NAACP Plans Jacksonville Beach Florida Choristers Cap & Gown -


Regular Meet Get Set For Honor Guard Junior High 1968 A High School Graduates : (Full living Color)
Gateway Barracks, Sill Veterans At New Zion

of World War I will Oyster Fete
BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO
hold the regular meeting at the ,The Lilac Ladles Social and Luncheon SoonThe Plans Annual Tea Church April 28 ,
home 1509 Kings Road, Saturday
April 20, at 2 p.m. Savings Club will sponsor an Jacksonville Branch of Jacksonville Beach Elementary 2422 N. Myrtle Ave. At 15th 768-3200
Delegates will be elected to the Oyster Roast Saturday evening, the National Association for the Junior High P-T A will pre The Walter E. Harris High
Departmental Convention. The April Z7, at 8 p.m., In the home Advancement of Colored People sent Its annual spring tea, Sun- School Concert Choral of Hastings

membership roll will be called. of Mr.and Mrs.WJ.Sams,1609 will sponsor its 2nd annual day, AprU 21, at 4 p.m.1n the Fla., will be presented In
Sick buddies are: Ira W. Hem- West 21st. Hero Guard Luncheon at the cafetorlu. A program centered a musical extravaganza In the
by, Assistant Chaplain; James The club will meet Saturday In Robert Meyer Hotel Saturday, around the P-TA's theme"UnItour First New Zion Baptist Church & SPEED QUEENaillsh
the home of Mrs. Mattie Morgan April 28 at 3
Challenge" has p.m.
AprU 27 at
laymen, Luther Williams, 1.00p.m.: _. sl and
D
James W. Dicks, Jerry Barton, 661 South Lincoln Court. Mambos of th NAACP Honor been planned. Mrs. Brilla T; This outstanding group has appeared *t *
Professor William 'F. Oney, Business of Importance will be Guard are those who are currency Stevens, a member of Edward on the Ken Knight show
John Knight Clarence Lomax, transacted. Mrs. Jessie FraIler enrolled In the Life Membership Waters College Faculty, will be and has traveled extensively
Ernest Daniels, E. bess, Ve- Is president. All members program and those who the speaker. The program will Vlrdell Jabs Is director. He .
terans' Hospital, Lake City, should be In uniform. Intend to make initial paymentsat be open to the public. Is a graduate of New Stanton I I
this annual Senior High and later was graduated -
Fla., Sylvester Ferrell, Lake meeting.The
(;1ty. The new home will be dedicated Illinois Ladies speaker for the occasionwill ExclusiveLadies from Edward Waters M1'i
He has done work toward
College.
be Rev Joel Atkins
on May 19 at 3 p.m. E. ,
President of the Florida State the master's at F.9U.
Memorial services will be held'
May 30 at Mt. Olive cemeteryat Hold Meeting SoonThe Conference of NAACP branches Savings Among the soloists will be:'
.
The local branch is currently Audrey Williams; Johnny Ver-

noon. Owens Illinois Ladles Club meeting each Wednesday night dell, Floretta Spauldlng, Patricia .
Pilgrim Charity will meet at 7:30 In the home of in this month at First Timothy Club MeetsThe Floyd, Annette Smith, .e.

Mr. Nellie Myrick, 1521 West Baptist Church (HarttBarnett) Exclusive Ladles Social Curtis Murray, Mrs. Ethel D.
State Street. Flower reports All meetings and affairs of Bannister, Mrs. L 111 e May
Club will have a
and
Club Plans TeaThe will be made. Mrs. Emma Mel- NAACP are open to the public. spiritual Saving tea Sunday, April 21, Smith, Mrs. Ruby Herndon,
'
Lewis H. Howell, G.W. Scott,
ton Is
reporter. in the home of Mrs. E.Hans-
Pilgrim Charity Savings AmericanLegion Mrs. Gladys Vaught, Charles
Club will have their annual tea i berry, 3922 Lee street from Simmons, Jr., Mrs. Cussle
,
Mt. Zion A.M.E. 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. I. Gunn will
AprU 21st at 29th and Chase Page Gray will preside. Mrs.
Street Center. Hostesses will L Post Will Meet be the principal speaker. Mrs. Lucille Mote is president,

be: Mme. M.RUeyP.Holdea, Honors Businessmen Cora Brooker, president; Mrs.Dorothy James Genwrlght chairman of:
Wood
H. Davis, A. Robinson. Mrs. reporter. public relations. I
Bessie Mae Allen is president.Mrs. Negro business and professional Friday Night

James Brundage Is vice men will be guests of
president and Mrs. Beatrice the Mt. tlon A.M.E. Church,' Post No. 197 of the American Wooolworth Scholar 1
Thomas is reporter. 3811 St. Augustine Road Sun Legion will meet Friday night
day, April 21, at 11 a.m. at the home, 2179 Benedict Road I
at 8 Election of officers
Friendly Baptist Lewis J. Carter will deliver p.m. V
will take place. The Pose and
the main address. All candidates -
the Auxiliary will worship with
Tea for local and state offices
Plans Spring
the New Hop A.M.E. Church
are asked to be present In order
Friendly Baptist Church on that the Southside communitycan Constitutional Conference will This big family size &
West 19th Street will be the meet them. Rev. C.E. Jenkins be held Sunday, AprU 21, at Speed Queen washer $ y ; ",

scene of a spring tea Sunday, is pastor.Epicurean. be Dayton the hose Beach.Wlllard Post No.Morris 50 will is !is specially' priced and 5 "" ,
Mem- includes 2 large
April 21, from 4 to 7 p.m. rinse
bers of the Good Neighbors Club WillVisit Post Commander. tubs on rollabout Stand

Social and Savings Club will be with large supply of .I. :: h
hostesses. Allen ChapelThe Century Savings tide _=_ 1ttIDOWN
Hostesses will be Willow Dean i ,
Frazier Sarah Love,Lillie Bell Epicurean Cultural Club ,
Has Party
, Johnson and Annie M. Simms. of the Allen Chapel AME church'will Social :

I' Participants will be: Mrs.Nora be guests of Allen Chapelat The Centruy Savings and toclO,
I Anderson, Mrs.'Rut h Fedd, the morning service. Sunday Clun will hold a party at the WINNER of a four-year college scholarship: sponsored by the F.
Bernice Parker, Choir No. 2 of' Miss Barbara Robinson home of Mrs. Lily McPherson, W. Woolworth Co. Is Jeffrey M. Blunt, East Providence, R.I. ct it

Shiloh Baptist, Mary Smith,' leader at Douglas Anderson 1534 Johnson, Saturday, AprU Senior High School. The scholarship certificate was presented by DillS
, Matte Smith, Llllie Johnson, school, is president of thisgram. 20. Mrs. Maebel Breeden Is "VUllam T. Lord (left), Woolworth's northeastern regional per crurntture.: ::,
. Ora Brooks, Mary Cavanaugh, Mrs. Alvesta Mae Bellwill president. ionnel director::: in the presence of Gordon D.Davis (right), headmaster 135' Broad St.
be guest soloist. Rev J. of the Moses BrownScbool.The scholarship Is part of the 3535791SATURDAY
CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 C. Bannerman Is pastor. National Achievement Scholarship Award program.








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I *. Senior Women's Baptist Auxili ary Meets At Friendly Baptist *** ]





Miles Memorial College AspirantSPENCER Thinking African Methodist Meet Miss East Florida And



I Will Sing At Central CME I Outlines Unique Ideas Bethany Tryout FeaturesThe

pI pIh r I The Rt. Rev. H. Thomas Primm, 71st Bishop of the African
t I Methodist Eplsclpal church, will preach the 38th Quadrennial 38th Annual Conference Day of the Senior Women's District

The Miles Memorial College gers has appeared with ire Birmingham Sermon of the General Conference at the 10:00 a.m. opening Conference Auxiliary to the East Florida and Bethany

Choir of Birmingham, Ala. directed Symphony. The reper- worship service on May 1, In the Quaker City's tamed Spec- Baptist association WU 1 be held Thrusday May 2, at the Friendly -

by Andrew Kormany,will toire Includes sacred selections I' turm Auditrlum In Philadelphia Pa. The worship service Baptist Church, 1721 West 19th. ... .L .._..
appear In a free concert Friday spirituals and secular numbersThe wUlcome after the 6:00: a.m. Communion Service In Mothoer Mrs. M.L. Johnson is presi- will leaa we meauauon.
I light, April 19, at 8 p.m. is group appears several .tr Jt Bethel, In which African Methodism wa born dent. Rev. B.H.Hartley Is. pas The Children's Hour will be
featured at 5
pastor. times annually on television The Rt. Rev Frederick D. 1th Episcopal District former p.m. Mrs. Mary
This renowned group of sin It is now on an annual tour. Jordan, 72nd Bishop of the A. president of the Bishops' tor.The theme will be "Power Daniels will direct. Mrs. Es-
P M.E. Church will read the Epis- Council. All of these Bishops Given For World Witness.!'Tbe sie Mae Brown is counselor,

i copal Address at 3:00: p.m. that were elected at the 1948 General theme song will be "Come Holy and Mrs. Lena George is in
HELP fiGHt CANCER \ same afternoon. Conference Spirit charge of the Tiny Tots. The

The Bishop Address repre- The Rt. Rev E.L.Hickman is Sessions will be held at 9:30". Miss East Florida and Bethany

sents the thinking of the Bishops president of the Bishops 11:45: 3.15: 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.. Contest will terminate. The boy
Council and In the sevice Mrs. or girl raising the highest amount -
J of the A.M.E.Church on presides over the morning
WRITE WRHC TODAY MCLAUGH1A, JR. CORLOIS S1OCKTON Importants matters pertain 6th Episcopal District, William M.L. Johnson will present and of$25 will receive$50.
F. Ball Introduce workers. Mrs. 00 donaUon as a scholarship.
ing to the church and usually Secretary of the Bis- new
CampaignerMARIAM sets the stage for much of the hops'. Lena George, first vice presi- Other cash prizes wU be a-
Contestant
important action at the General The Rt. Revs. George Wayman dent, will be incharee. Mrs. wareed. A program will be pre
Win $25.00 For Your Church Conferences Blakely, 16th Eplscopla District Mary Washington and Mrs.Emma sented by the young people

Bishop Jordan bas spent more Harrison J.Bryant,14th and 15th Melton will be in charge of At 7 p.m. Mrs. Renalda Jenkins

: Cut out the below than six months preparing this Episcopal Districts: ; Harold I. devotional Mrs. Annie L. Huff thrld vice presidential
coupon and Important document. It has been Bearden, 17th Episcopal District or an appointee will review the be: In charge. Choirs of First
read and reread before the and Hubert N. Robinson Bible lesson. Mrs. Johnson will Baptist and of Friendship will
write your question then mail Bishops' Council to be sure It of the class of 1964 elected enter into organization.The panel sing. The inspirational address
in Cincinnati. will come from Mrs. Gladys
Is reflective of the combined discussion will be highlighted -
radio thinking of the bench of Bishops. by Mrs Ellner D.Thompson Vaught, thrid vice president of
to station WRHC P.O. Jordan Bethel the National Baptist ConventionRev.
Bishop presides over Masons Will Mrs. Lucy Ttlmble.Se-
the 13th Eplsclpal District. cond baptist and MrS, Gmnte C.B. Bailey will speak He

The Rt. Rev E.C. Hatcher, P. Gray, Mt.Calvary..Mrs.Ma is pastor of th First Baptist
Box 2467 Jacksonville
Fla. Confer Church. Rev. Remus Smith .
73rd Bishop of the A.M.E. DegreesOn rlnda Tennant of Mt. Ararat .
.i Church is chairman of the will make the summary. A alternate and is pastor ofFrienshlp
PHONE: 389.1111I -:... General Conference Commission. April 20On speakers' panel will concludethe Baptist The Courtesy
Committee will
-4 morning session.At exprss
S RUCnOHS: The WRrx "Mill Cox" will attempt to get tJ; It Is perhaps unique that these 11:45: Rev JCSams, or his IR>rec1atlon.
;il..1 ts.. ever! to any question you may have on any subject, such E_ these three Bishops, the Rt April 20 at 7:30 p.m. at alternate J.C.Rogerspas- The official: roster follows;

,as schools, rents, taxes, city: and county government and $o' TLOYDKIRKLAMD.JR. Revs H. Thomas Primm Fre- Masonic: Temple, 410 Broad, tor of Macedonia BaptlstwUI President Mrs. N.L.Johnson;

'on. New Bethel Unit derick D. Jordan, and E.C.Hat- the First Degree will be conferred speak. Dinner will follow, at 1 First Vice president. Mrs. Lena
1 Write: your qiestions below and mall at once. Your question LEA TRICE FORD riser: are all members of the on a class of candidates P.m. George; Second Vice President

(raid the answer, along wit your name and adlress will be Plans clendcs class of Bishop elected at the with D.D.H.T. Brown presiding.( A; ?::30 Mrs. Susie Sandlin, Mrs Susie SandllnThlrdVice
,'.rC4. .d.ast from time to time on WRIIC, so please print you- Grant Memorial 1952 General Conference In Chicago On April 28 the Master Masons second vice president, will be President, Mrs. Renelda

./'IIe arid address. Write as often as you like and listen for Plans Big Tea lee Foi Sunday Illinois. of Duval County will worship In charge Mrs. Mary Newb1and Jenkins; Recording Secretary,
p sbiUoj! on the air 24 hours a day. I j Choir No. 1 of Grant Memorial The Sarah McClnnU Missionary tram Is chaired by the RtRev. Baldwin Cars will leave the the devotions. A chorus will cretar. Mrs.Beatrice Hawkins
For the best question each week during this mailing, Ladle Church will have a M"'her'1Day Society of New Bethel AME George Napoleon Collin He temple at 5:15: p.m. The Coordinating sing. Corresponding Secretary, Mr.

Station WR.C will a.'s. d $23.00;; to the church of your: choice. Tea Sunday, May 12, In the main Church, Rev. Ellsha Jones pas Is Bishop of the 12th Episcopal Committee will meet At 3.15 p.m. three State Pre May Washington; Treasurer,
JM-QUESTIONS: auditorium of the church, from tor presents the annual Calendar District and was host Bishop to make plans for the St. Johns sident will spearknamely Rev. Mrs. Rosa Mozelle; Editorial

4 to 6 p.m. Dr. A.J. Reddick is Tea Sunday, April 21, at at the recent ConnectlonalMeeting Day', June, 23, and the Apprentice J.C.Sams, Mr. Hannah B. MilJer Secretar Mrs. JUne Cook;

pastor. Eugene Wanamaker Ispresident. the church Third and Tyler held In Tulsa *Okala- program honoring the Il- and Deacon G.W.Scott.Mrs. Pianist, Mrs E.M.Slngletan
Mrs. beatrlceGayts: streets, krom 4 to 6 p.m. ma. He was elected: the I960 I lustrious A. Fleming, thirty- Mary S. Huey of St. Mathew and Directress, Mrs W.CJteal
chairman.- Music will be furnished by the General Conference in Los Angeles third degree Deputy Grand Mas Rev. B.H.HarUe1Ismoderator.

Friendly BaptistHas Frank Williams Chomsn and California ter, July 27. H.Slmmonslsdls-
the Young Adult choir. Among The Rt. Rev. John D.Brlght l first deputy grand master.
PLEASE PRINT Tea participants: will be Mrs. AD. Sr. host Bishop, and Is being History Making Agenda Also

VV NAME B i CONTINUED FROM PACE 3 Shobee, P.J. Wtniams'Eric praised by many for the excellent

Carrie Barter, Alzada Floyd, 0. Simpson, Mrs. Annie Everett work be is doing towards Union AFL CIO Favors
MY ADDRESS IS Programs Laymen
Beatrice Copeland. Mrs. Anna and Mrs. Mats Wright making this General Conference
V my question Is Judged!; best, please send $23.00 to the churcnW Bird will Introduce the speaker. Baby contestant art Floyd tops. Sponsors Mass

nj choice, which It Leila B. Rich will be mistress Kirkland Jr., Carious Stockton The RL Rev George E. Barber For the first time in the 152 years of the African Methodist

of ceremonies Mrs. Theodosia onald Mclaughlin: If.and will come into the General Meeting Sunday tplspoal: Church th bishops of the church will prslde only
Ore will speak. C. Sapp is Mariam Leatrlc:* Ford. Mrs. Conference perhaps the record one half day instead of the customary whole day. This new
I (PRINT NAME i, NAME: OF LOCAL CKURCKX chairman. B.C. Copeland Is co- M.A.looeslscoordlnator.Mrs. of being the youngest senior The Retail Wholesale and Department procedure. was taken by the blshps themselves U Council.

I chair man. OUvlals president Bishop in the history of the Store Union AFL- Heretofore, Taco Bishop was make it outstanding.Some .

church. He presides over the CIO, Local S89, will sponsor a chairman for a day. However, of the national personnel
tnd Episcopal: District and is seldom did all the Bishops have at the General Conference -
FLORIDA STAR mass meeting Sunday, April 21 speaking
Home Delivered known u the peat builder of the
Now; at 5:30 p.m., at Grant Memorial an opportunity to preside. This will include Vice President
A.M.E. Church. He elected
was AME Church, Orange and Clay was particularly true of the last Hubert Humphrey; Arthur
In 1944 in '
Philadelphia Pa.
Streets elected.: Fleming of the National
Other Bishops of the A.M.E. Another new feature is that
This meeting is open to the Council of Churches; Mayor
i Chunk according to seniority the laymen will have one full
public. Erskine Hepburn is pre Carl Stokes of Cleveland, Ohio
art the Rt. Rev. Joseph Comer sident. night at the General Conference Roy Wilkins of the NAACPthe
. Williams Connectlonal: Prime Minister Siberia with
chairman of the General Board; President, is working with a o
special the Y.P.
: emphasis
I.H.Bonner, 9th Episcopal: District Bishop And Mis.Hclchei Connectional Committee to D. and deputantes.icon
and chairman of the Gen- .
make this night one of the highlights Senator Brooke bas been invited
trlct and former"
president of of the General Confe
to speak to the General -
the bishops' Council
and generally Will Be rence.
Conference, and Dr. EJ.
known u the author of
Youth will be spotlighted at
Ambassador
to Israel'
Christian Education in the local Guests At Fete the General Conference MIssEUr.abetb from Yancy.Liberia will be one of the
cfiurch: ; and Carey E.
-w /i\ Glbbs. Maze, who is now speakers at the banquet, pon-
Bishop and Mrs E.C. Hatcherof : studying in Eurpoe, willbe featured sored by the Local Commis
in a piano recital. She
the Eleventh sion.
Episcopal District
i Primitive Church of the A.M.E. Church will is the dauther of Dr. and Mrs. The Rt Rev. t:. L. Hickmaois

ij be honored at a Testimonial R.W.Mance.Two president of the Bishop's Council
0 nights will be given to the William Ball
Women Plan FeteMrs. Appreciation Program Friday Rt. Rev. F.
j ( youth Dr. Andrew White bead
April 19, at 6 p.m., In the Lee Is secretary. Bishop John D.
I Lucille Johnson of the Auditorium of Edward Waters of the Department of Christian Bright Is host Bishop and chair
II I r Friendship Primitive BaptistChorea. College. fcductttlon; Mrs. Mamie Alken, man of the Local Commission.

A First and Pearce, will The program is sponsored by Director ofConnecUODalY.PA The General Conference will
r end Mrs. Jima
sponsor a French Tea for U t the Presiding Elders' Councilof Crawford, originator be held at the Spectrum Audi
of the Chrlstaln
benefit of Men's Day at the Florida, Rev KS Dupont Debutantes torium, Philadelphia, Pa., May
and
I chuch Sunday' April 21 at 4 president. others are working 114.
II p.
II I on this phase of the program to
m. Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher have
I Sunday school begins at the served u episcopal leaders in!

church at 930. District No. I the A.M.E. Connection for 16 Methodist
will meet at the church Sunday years. Before coming to Florida Quadrennial

You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR at W.4 Ware p.m.u with leader.Deacon Rev Winston H.Ro- they onset were, Kentucky in West Africa Ohio,,Tenn West Will Convene In Dallas

bin KM is cutoff Virginia and Pennsylvania. DALLAS-Npl-For
I I Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher have the Methodist the tlrlt the Gei iralU'.erencecfKBasaattarSSSttss

i i, made outstanding contributions

The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News Mt. Love UshersCelebrates work.in education and missionary !
UDDeQ use "Uniting conference -' luncheon
Immediately following the program it is the
to
Tea the IeaderswiUdepartfor preludge On the opening day of the conference

: YOU Want to Read About..Bnt Philadelphia, paratlon for the the church merger with of the the Methodist April 21, Bishop
Usher Evangelical
I Bqard No. 2 ofMtOUveAWE Prince
II I General Conference, May 1 to Albert Taylor' Princeton -
II Church will celebrate the United Brethren, with a new
(
I 14. N.J0 area, will deliver the
: annual sprlng'tea Sunday', April Ministers and laymen from name being United Methodist keynote sermon at SL Paul Methodist

You don't have to borrow your neighbor's paper 28, from 4 to 0 p.m., in the throughout Florida will meet on Church Church during the morning -
The Central
to read about the activities in your churches lower Franklin auditorium of the hthe campus of the College in appreciation composed entirely Jurisdiction of worship hours, the Rev. L
and Pippin Sts. Mrs. Negro B. Loud
of the host '
leadership pastor.
.I clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 Edith Foster is president. Re,. Dual eoaterenceswiilbeellm- Special
given by The Right Rev. and music: will be offered
homes in Jacksonville alone are having their fa- B.J. Williams is reporter. Mrs Hatcher. lasted after 27 years,and will be by the -Tlllotsos choir,
'
vorite Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat- merged with the white conferences which will also give a concert

nrdav. Why not you? in adjacent a to them, or that afternoon at the church.
nonsegregated juris
motion. The historic uniting cession
CHURCH NEWS will begin of

Start Home Delivery Of The STAR This Coniig WeekJust FAITH TEMPLE bishops There in are the four Methodist active denomination Negro April 23 at on Memorial the morning auditor

I Pastor, Elder Amos Darring.Location 1635 East lIst St Sunday : Bishops Charles F. ium.gent On the following day,a pa-
depicting the of Negro -
School begins at 10 a.m., with Deacon Lewis Verses presiding Golden, Noah W. Moore, Jr.. education history

Fill in The Blank Below And Say. The morning worship begins at 11:4 5.At 3:30 the Harrell Singers James Thomas and L. Scott church will be in staged.the Methodist
.
will present a musical: The Southern Echoes and the Starlight Allen.
Gospel Singers will be present also. The evenlngworshlp begins Three are on the retired list Pre-conventioo meetings and
Florida events, and the Council of Bis-
Star :'. {: atlp.m. Bishops Willis J. King New.
bops
'P. 0, Box 599Jacksonville ALLENDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Orleans; Edger A. Love, Baltimore room will be held in the Houston
ofthe5heretoa
Florida 32201 Sunday school takes place at >:SO.The morning service beginsat and Matthew W.Clalr.SL tel daIl,. Sermons arescbedul--Dallssho ,
11 a.m. The communion service will be at 3 Lou s.
Rev.
p.m. II.T. ed to be delivered at 4 p.m.,
Deliver Overstreet will be in charge He is pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist. Preceding the conference's dally in
The Florida Star every week to: the First Methodist
I Rev. W.G.Tilley is host pastor. Mrs. Tilley is reporter. regular sessions,a Dallas-Fort Church
Worth area dinner
t FRIENDSHIP> BAPTBT-fleSr Kings Road bishops and their wives,hworugtha The conference has designated

Sunday School begins at 9:30. Deacon Author will be in charge. held at the Sheraton, Dallas will be April 27 u Texas night, tot

J. NAME -- -- The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with jhe deacons in hotel Thursday, April 18. observed at EMU'S' Moody
charge: Choir No. 1 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 win serve On April 26, a women's Coliseum. '
luncbeon
ADDRESS all day Mrs. Maggie Black will be in charge of music..District will be held in the On April 28, a Festival of"
I APTPHQNE -- No. 3 will bold their monthly meetlngSunday ZI, at 3 p.m., ballroom of the hotel, grand Hymns will "unveiled at.:
la the home of Mrs. Frances Patterson 6018 Dunmlre. Deacon Miss. Ann Landers featuring the auditorium under the d1rec.s
CITY ,, John Wilson leader. Choir No. I will newspaper lion ofSMVsDr.CirUto
"I' have a tea Sunday, April columnist, as guest
-- 18;at 4 p.m., at the church Miss Brenda Robinson president. On April 13, the speaker Young
ministers'
District: No. 3 is sponsoring a trip to Silver wives
Springs on June 8. will sponsor a
Nieman-
I. will pay the carrier 20 cents per week for my papers tor.Mrs. Frances Patterson is president. Rev. Remus Smith is past Marcus Style show at the Stat- BUY U.S. .

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uu *. Celebrates and Pastor's
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New Bethel Church 01 God Pallbearer Society Mt. Sinai Churches, Ministers And :1
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[ CHURCH NEWSNEW ] A.M.E. Plans Pre-Rally Will Meets at Ml.Olive Church Choir Citizens Feature Agenda

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Be Held SundayA The Pallbearers cletyNo.l1
4 Seasons Tea
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4Nev. Mrs. Ella Rush president, will Plans Tea
MT. OLIVE BAmT.
Pre-Rally program will be The Spring Hill Baptist Church will celebrate the third anniversary j
hold
WL Clanton pastor Sunday School begins at *M *-*., New Bethel AME Church, given by District No. 3 of the night the regular 22 meeting in the Monday Mt. Choir No. 3 of Mt. Sinai Baptist of the pastor, Rev. T.R. Lee, Jr., and the 97th anniversar; J:
with the superintendent in charge. The lesson will be reviewed'' bird and Tyler, will give a Holy church of the Living God, Olive Primitive, April Baptist, Church Church will have a musicalon of th.religious organization, beginning with Sunday night, April
,
oy deacons the charge morning service begins at 11 a.m.. services Four Seasons Tea Sunday after- 1598 14th, Sunday, April 21, at In the basement, at 7 p.m. The Sunday at 7 p.m., in the main ii, at v p.m. appreciation will be expressed
in (tevotlons' loUowed by the covenant noon from 4 to 6 p.m. 3p.m. church is located at Fourth and auditorium of the church Mrs. On the opening night Rev J. by Deacon W. Hall
The
the Holy Communion services will be held at 3 p.m., with, The program will symbolize Devotions will be by the Sunday Myrtle Ave. "Plans will be made Gussle PageGray will be narra C. Sams, pastor of Second Baptist On Thursday night, April 25, I 1
de1acODS in charge of devotions.Rev.Glanton will speak. Choir the seasons of the year. Participants Morning Prayer Band Mrs. for the Grand Lodge. tor. Rev. B.J. Lang is pastor. Church, and Rev R.A.King at 7:45: Rev B. L. Wynn and
No.
the direction of Mrs. W.M. Davis, Will-sing. are: Mrs.AbiahSbehee, Alice Williams will be mistress Mrs. Mary Harper is in charge. pastor of Payne Chapel A.M.E. Abyssinia Baptist will be
Prayer services will be held Tuesday at ':3. The deacons will Eric O. Simpson, P.J.Williams 'of ceremonies.Mrs.Ella Jones, Church, will speak Deacon L. sent, as well as Rev. W.I. Norman pre
be in charge of the devotions. and Mrs Annie Everett. DAm will preside. Mrs. W.
Mrs. missionary, will bring the welcome Redeem Church
Baptist
Mt.
GREATER Is chairman Moriah Will Hampton will make the welcome
MACEDONIA BAPTIST M.A. Jones program address Lucite George .and Rev. M. Trowell, St. Luke
Rev. J.C. Rogers, pastor. Districts No. 1 through No. 6 will Mrs. Olivia Harrell Is will give the response. Miss A, Delia Chapter address. Mrs. B. Spencer will Baptist. C. Schumann will
celebrate their of the Sarah McGlnnis Mrs. Viola Steward will a1 Host Second bring words of appreciation. pre-
Joint anniversaries Sunday, April 28, at 3 p.m. president give side. Mrs. B.Spencer will bring
District No. 4 will meet with Mrs. Annie Hanson 1173 East 26th Missionary Society and has developed of God 1 Christ Choir will sine, Meets In On Monday night, April 22, at words of welcome. E. P. King
Sheet, Friday night at 8 p.m.ServlcesSundaywlll begin with the a new method of Intro Mrs. Viola Steward will give a Quarterly Meet 7:45: Mt. Canaan Baptist will will bring words of apprecia
.Sunday School at.9.30: ,with Deacon John E.Singleton and; teachersin duction. solo. Mrs. Sharp and Mrs Ada. Masconic TempleThe be present with Rev. J. M.Hazelton. lion
charge. The Bible Verse will begin with the letter R. The This work is shared by the Brown will be in charge of the Dr. W.F. Foster,presiding elder pastor, speaking.Rev. On Friday night, April 26, at
morning worship and consecration service begins at 10:45. Devotions young people and the adults. offering. Mrs. Ruth Splvey will of the South Jacksonville Della Campbell 198 will A.J. Hughes of St. John's 7:45, Rev. R.J. Lovett and con.
will be in charge of Deacon James Melton and his staff The Sunday School will be in star. Edna Robinson will sing District, will conduct a second meet Thursday, April 25, at 6 Baptist will be present and will .gregation of the First Baptist I
of deacons. Music will be furnished by Choir No. 1 and Chor No. charge of F.J. Donaldson. Mrs. Remarks will be made by Deacon quarterly conference and p.m. in the Temple, 410 Board. speak. Rev. C. Jenkins of Mt. Church of St. Augustine will be
3, with. Mrs. Battle Bess directing.\ Usher Board No. 1.and Usher Ollle Williams and Mrs. Wini Joseph Brinson. Bishop M. business meeting Sunday at7:30 Mrs. Eliza Robinson Is Most Olive, Southslde, will also be present, along with Rev. G.
Board No. 2 win serve. Choir No. will meet for business after fred are co-chairman activi .Baker is pastor. P.m., at Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Worthy Matron. present and will speak Deacon Price of St. Matthew Baptistand j
morning service. Districts will meet at 3:30: as follows: No. 1, ties The morning worship begins Church. All reports will be Willie Hall will preside. MissREV. Rev. R. McQueen of Tab- .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jordan, East 25th St.,No.2, Mrs. Bernice at 11 a.m. Arthur Mitchell New Hope Will made by boards and auxiliaries. Il ernacle Baptist. Deacon A.Holt
Street in the home of Mrs. Lucy and the Usher Board No. 2 win Sunday morning Sunday School will
Campbell, East 31st ; No.3, Barn preside. Mrs. F. Jackson
Gray on East 22nd St.; No. S, fa the home of Mrs. Doretha Smith serve throughout the day. Mrs Honor begins at 9:45. The morning first will deliver the welcome. Mrs I
East 27th St.; No. 6, in the home of Deacon and Mrs. Jimmie Beverly Portls is president of Founding service begins at 11 a.m.and the J. Hastings will deliver words
Baldwin on Plateau Street. The B.Y.P.U. will begin at 5:30: the Allen Christian Endeavor evening service at 6:30 p.m. Church Plans of appreciation.

with Mrs. ilL. Polite presiding. The evening worship begins League. April 21 To 22New On Sunday morning,at 11 a.m.,
at 6:30 with the deacons In charge. Both major sermons will be Mt. Ararat Pastoral Day April 28, Rev. B.H.Hartley will
delivered by the pastor. At 8 p.m., a program called "Hymns Hope AME Church will be the guest speaker.
That Touch The Heart" will be presented by Mrs. Mary Lou Second Baptist 'celebrate the 53rd anniversary Baptist Ushers On Sunday afternoon at 3p.m.,
Flanders On Monday night at 7 p.m., the Christian Aid Society Sunday, April 21, and Monday, Sunday, April 21, will be Pastoral Rev. C.B. Dailey of First Bap-
will meet with the president,Deacon Melton,presiding;On Tuesday April 22, at 8 p.m.stthe church Plan Day at First Born Church, tist, Rev. W. E. Young of Tab-
night at 7:30: the Prayer Meeting is held. Bible Study Is Will DelebrateDay On Sunday at 3 p.m. four pastors ProgramThe 825 Monroe Elder A. Hill Is ernacle Institutional Baptist andRe
featured also. The pastor and the deacons will be In charge.On will speak, namely, Rev. pastor. Other services will be ,. C.C. Brown, First New
Wednesday and Friday nights choir rehearsals are held For Youth A.J. Reddlck, Grant Memdrlal as usuaL Sunday School begins Zion Baptist, will be present. I
at 8 p.m. On Thursday at noon the Missionary Society will conduct and Rev. A.M. Dixon. Mt. Olive thirty-fifth anniversary at 10 a.m. The morning wor Rev. C.C. Brown, former pastor I
a prayer meeting. Mrs. Bessie Merchant is reporter.The Baptist.On Usher Board No.2 of Mt Ararat ship begins at 11 a.m. The deaconesses of the church, will deliver
church is located, 3333 Franklin Street. Second Baptist Church, 954 Monday five pastors will Baptist Church will be held will lead the devotion. the anniversary message. S. j
Kings Road,Rev.J.C.Sams pastor speak namely; Rev N.McCray Monday night, April 22, at 8 p. als. Elder Hill will speak The l Cleveland will preside. Mrs.
REVELATION BAPTIST will observe Youth Week Union Community AME;Rev.F. m. In the auditorium of the Y.P.C.W. will meet at 5:30: E. Jasmin will bring the wel
Rev. C.L. Telfalr, Pastor. Men's Day will be May 26. Deacon from April 21 to Inclusively W. Jones, Fountain Chapel AME church. p.m., with Mrs.Margaret Johnson T. R. LEE, JRr come Mrs. M.K. demons will
A.B. Hoggens will be general chairman. Deacon P.H. Felton will Under the supervision of adult Rev Eugene Mobley, St. Matthews Participants will be: Marvin as president The evening Lois Gantt will give thewelcome bring words of appreciation. I
be co-chairman. Deacon Wesley Singleton will be in charge 01llnaDce. leaders, the young people will AME; Rev. R.L. Smith, Teal nariarpr; Choral Class worship begins at 7 p.m. A address. Mrs..Jones will give On Monday. April 29, at 7:45 I
.. Deacon Charlie Tunson will be In charge of programs. function u deacons and First Timothy Baptist; Rev. selections; Rev James DryanJScrlptues special sermon will be deliver words of appreciation. Appreciation Night will be featured.
Dr. C.B. Mcintosh will be a principal speaker in the morning., trustees will conduct the prayer C..;. Crosby, Trinity Baptist.On ; Madem Brlnkley, ed by the pastor. The church is On Tuesday night, April 23, Rev. Lee, Jr., and his
Attorney Earl M. Johnson will speak at night Location of meetings and serve as'presiding Sunday the Usher Boardp prayer; Edwin Wilson,welcome located at 825 West Monroe St. at 7:45, Rev. J.C. Rogers and family will be honored Mrs
church: Fourth and Evergreen East (CORNER) officers, during various No. 1 the Deaconess Auxiliary address; Deacon T. Moreland, Macedonia Baptist will be Eva. Davis Is chairman Mrs !
business meetings of the auxiliaries. Stewardess Board No. 2, Stewardess response; Rev I. BryantIntro- guests, along with Rev. B.F. Maggie K. Clemens co-chair !
EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Board No. 1 and the ductlon of speaker, Rev. Wll- Central C.M.E. Brown of Grace Baptist and man. A musical will be presented -
Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will be held at 7 p.m., on This special week has been Pulpit Aid Society will be in bert Murgress; Choir No. I, Rev R. Wilson of West Friendship with Mrs.Beatrice Williams -
Tuesday, with the pastor and officers charge. On Wednesday designed to give the young people charge. On Monday Usher Board Mt. Ararat; Mrs Julia Long- Baptist. Deacon W. Jones organist, in charge. E.
Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m.On Thursday noonday prayer definite insights u totbelr No. 2 theStewardslipardTtus- worth, announcements; Rev. D. Will Feature will preside V. Jones will give P. King will preside Mrs
services will be held at the church. Usher Board No. 1 will places and responsibilities ai tees and Choir No. 1 will serve J. Grahamremarks; Deacon C. words of appreciation. Eugenia Wright will bring the
meet at 8 p.m. On Friday Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Christians and worthwhile cltltens. Choir No. 2 will also serve on Cunningham, Phillip Alback, Easter On Tuesday: night, April 23 welcome. Mrs E. Hill will express -
On Saturday the Male Chorus will rehearse at 7 p.m. Sunday Addresses and formi I Sunday. Mrs. Leola Morris, Count ci Togs the welcome address. Mrs M. appreciation
School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon will be centered around tba subjects Ushers; Marian Aaron,presen- Woodford will bring words of
Geroge Smith in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an ap- that might nave to dc 1 I Queen Esther tations. appreciation *
pointee. Consecration Is at 1050. The morning worship begins with .their needs la the borne,, Usher Board No. 1 of the An After Easter Revlewparade Wednesday night will featurethe
the church and la the comma church will serve. The guest will be held Sunday April 27, .
at 11 a.m. with the deacons charge. Preaching begins at 12 Church HasBenefit presence of Rev. E.R. Simpson
Calendar b.ldinthe from 3 to 9 ally board will be No. S of Mt at 8 p.m.ID the Central C.M.E. Zion Hope Baptist Rev. ATTEND THE
noon. A Tea will be dining room ;
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'- astir Iti t ao. Olive AME church The bomor ,
p.m. B.T.U. begins at 9 p.m., with Deacon James Phillips vuwr es or William Hill, Mt. Calvary and
charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30. Choir No. 2, the will Include the Sunday .;blat Program guest board will be No. 1 of Mt Brown Is general superintendent Rev. C.A. Weaver, DaySpring CHURCH OF L

Male Chorus and Usher Board No. 2 will ..n.. Mrs. Marlon 9:30.: Rev J.CJSams pastor, Queen Esther Church, 1747 Ararat Mrs Rosa Lee Merrill of the sponsoring unlttbe Baptist William Jackson will
.Carter and Mitbew McCoy win be in charge of.music will review the lesson. Consecration McQuade, win sponsor a benefit Is Church Reporter. Rev Dallas Sunday rtweat school is Rev. M.C.Mer- preside Mrs E. Hall will bring YOUR CHOICE
J. Grahas is pastor. err pastor the welcome
I' rite for the deacons, program Saturday night at address. Words of
COLOSSIANS BAPTIST deaconesses, choirs and ushers I p.m.
Sunday School begins at 9:30wIth the superintendent and teachers will be held at 10:45.: The morn- Elder H. Buckner will present -
in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendentThe log worship will begin at 11 a.m. the speaker Rev Edwin
morning worship begins at 6 p.m. Choir No. 1 and U s h e r The pastor will speak.The Baptist Sermon. Deacon Clarence Williams
Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day Rev. R.J. Crawford, Training Union will be heldat will Introduce the master .
pastor, will deliver both sermons. The anniversary of the Deacons 8:43.: The evening worship of ceremonies Deacon R. VOTERS of DUVAL NASSAU
and Deaconesses will be April 29. Prayer Service will be begins at 7 p.m. The Youth Department Vanadere. Reginald Harmon ,
Tuesday at 7:SO p.m. will present its initial will deliver the welcome address

TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL program at this time. At 8.30: wlththeresponecoming
from Mrs Rosetta Hoover and CLAY COUNTIES
Memorial services for Die Ward will be Sunday afternoon. All p.m. the pastor and membesof Among the participants will
districts will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m., in the church the congregation will sharein Soul Revivals
be: The Mighty ,
School at ':30 with Mrs.Hessle Solomon the anniversary cervices of
auditorium. Sunday begins
superintendent, in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the Springhill Daptlt Church, Mrs Griffin Dorothy, The Unity Byrd Choir, Elder, Mrs W. Elect A. C. SOUD Your Next ; fF
Other activities of the week
Miss Eyvon Wilson. The morning service geglns at 11 a.m. Rev. Roberta Williams, Miss Chris
W.E. Young, pastor, will speak. All adult choirs,the Senior Male Include the Prayer of Faith Hour tine Williams. TbeBostonettes,
Chorus and the UsherBoard No. 3 will serve. Teachers meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday Claretha Buchner Elder L. C.
,
every Wednesday at 6.43.: Prayer Meeting at 7:30.All adult choirs school officers and Teachers Lewis and the Prodigal Son
rehearse Wednesday night at 8 p.m. The Annual Women's Day Council will meet Friday at 7 Mrs. Diana M. Harmon is spon STATE ATTORNEYAs t'*
will be May 19. Mrs. Queen Likens 1s general chairman. p.m. sor.


NEW Men's REDEEM Day will BAPTIST be observed all day Sunday, April 28. Deacon WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou

Eunice Dunson will be chairman and Roosevelt Bacon cochairman. :

Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Deacon Eunice DunsonIn Seek The Beat Doe- Your STATE ATTORNEY r. .,;-:, '... .. ; ..
charge. Rev. E. I. Norman will review the lesson. The morning tor. When Your Doctor Vi ', .
worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons charge of devotionals Prescribes, Get Experienced ', : t4' ," '": ,
Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will serve in the A:
,morning worship. District No. 3 and No. 6 will meet at the Pharmacists To A. C. SOUD will concentrate onTh :".C.so cI Fa'"ily: :
church at 4:30 p.m. The B.T.U. meets at 5:15 with Deacon S.H. Fill Prescriptions According ., '", Jeffrey ud A.C. '
Smith in charge. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Both, To Your Doctor's .' : .
will be delivered by the pastor Rev. Norman. f a,
sermons Prayer Orders. ;
meeting will be Tuesday night at 730. Bible Study will follow, at We Use Only The Best 'y x. Teen age moral mobilization fxpccnce:
8 p.m., with the district deacon in charge.Mrs. Jessie Ward, re C. E. BLACK Chief Assistant Stale Attorney.
porter. Quality Drugs Div A. Criminal Court of Record,
Prop r 1 tlClt
MT. SALEM BAPTIST Consumer protection A Legal Adviser To County Grand
Pharmacists To Serve YouA
3 Registered
Sunday School begins at ':30 with Superintendent Jack Green In Jury \
charge. Rev. Rogers, pastor, will review the lesson. The morning
service begins at 11 a.m., with Deacons Cornelius Calhounand ... ... .. COMPLETE LINE OF- .. Member National District Attorneys'

Eugene Calhoun In charge. Choir No. 1 and Usher"Board Sound legal advice to grand cuting Attorneys'Association Associ.tlon, Florida Prose-; Lo. "
No. 1 will serve. The pastor will deliver both major'sermons. A Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sun uf.l State. Federal and American
program will be presented at 3 p.m., by Deacon Eugene Calhoun dries. Bar AssociatIons.'
interest of the Trustee Board. The evening devotion
in the fury
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED-
begins at 6 p.m. On Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Education: !
Prayer Meeting will be held also. Choir No. 1 will celebrate its 1507 KINGS ROAD 353-8279 I
'tenth anniversary on April 29. District No. 1 will present a Local Public Schools, StetW1 Unit !
Musical Tea April 28 at 3:30 p.m. Rev. W.Q. Rogers Is pastor. Lilly's Drtjj Store A get tough policy on crime versry.
Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The church Is located at 1281
Personal
West 22nd.

''UNION Church PROGRESSIVE Location: 613 PiR D. Pastor, Rev. Jake Ray.Sunday SISTER BESSIE I Impartial efficientadministration Baptist Layman and Sunday ScrtoolTeacher

'School begins at 9:30, with the superintendent and teachers She will read your entire life-past, present and I ,
.charge. The pastor will review the lesson The morning worship future. She asks DO questions but will tell you! Jacksonville Jaycees. Trustee. Lu
begins at 11 a.m., with Deacons A.J. Robinson and L.B. what you want to know, giving date and facts of I ther Rice Seminary.
Brooks in charge of devotions. The pastor will deliver both business, love, health and family affairs. Will I
..messages. All choirs will serve. Usher Board No. 1 will serve help you find lost art TELL you whom you will|
'also. The Holy Communion will be administered at4 marry and when If the one you love is true, what ,
Day will be April 28. P.m.fli' to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated EttctA.C.
.BOUEY CM.E locate absent friends' and relatives, and/cause I
Dave McElvln is pastor. Church Location: Third and Franklin happiness between man and wile. Make uplovers
-Streets. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Bertha Grlflen quarrels. Tells, if sickness or bad luck Is natural
'and teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. enemies, evil influence and bad luck. Does I '.
The evening service begins at 7. Choir No.1 and the Ushers will not tell to pleas you but will tell the truth. One visit will repay
'serve. Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert Is secretary. you for disappointments all others. I not only read your lifelike
''BEHTLEHEM BAPTIST an open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES.
Church Location: Myrtle Avenue and Eight Streets.Pastor,Rev. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems'to
.Earnest Williams, Acting.: Sunday School begins at 9.:JO,with Superintendent go wrong WHY be sad and downhearted sick ana worried .
Junlous Sneed, Mrs. Llllia Webbert, and Mrs. Sadie when you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting
; THE GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcom.NO MAIL ANS-
Todd in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with
WERED. ,1.make no house calls. Don't mistake the address,
He 'M. M. Smith speaking. The senior choir will serve In the
fining? B.T.U. will be at .The evening service beginsat sister beasts is located north of Callahan on U.S. f 1;
room. New mile from City of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone 8792250.WATCH STATE ATTORNEY
6 pjn. Rev. D J. Jones of Hope Baptist, Menus, Fla, 1/2 : -
FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE
vUl speak. On Saturday, April 20, District No. 4 win sponsor a
SPORTSMAN MOTEL
,trip to Magnolia Lake. The bus leaves the church at 9 a.m., and Across: the Street from Ptlrfiul N... pi. to kr A. C. Ieoo4 c..I" TIIMWW
JMoocrlel and 45th Street at 930. Open dally I a.m. to 10 p.m., including Sundays.THIS .
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Miles Memorial College Aspirant Thinking African Methodist Meet Miss East Florida And



Will Sing At Central CMEThe ji Outlines Unique IdeasThe Bethany Tryout FeaturesThe

ii Rt. Rev H. Thomas Primm, list Bishop of the African
S Methodist Episclpal church, will preach the 38th Quadrennial 38th Annual Conference Day of the Senior Women's Dis

Miles Memorial College gers has appeared with tie Birmingham Sermon of the General Conference at the 10:00: a.m. opening trict Conference Auxiliary to the East Florida and Bethany
Choir of Birmingham, Ala. directed Symphony.The repertoire worship service on May 1, In the Quaker City's famed Spec- Baptist association wit 1 be held Thrusday May 2, at the Friend

by Andrew Kormany,will includes sacred selections. turm Auditrlum In Philadelphia Pl.. The worship service ly Baptist Church 1721 West 19th. .. ... ..
!appear In a free concert Friday spirituals and secular numbers wUlcome after the 6:00 a.m. Communion Service in Mothoer Mrs. M.L. Johnson is president will lead the meditation.

bight, April 19, at 8 p.m. Is The group appears several Bethel, In which African Methodism wa born Rev. B.H.Hartley is. pas The Children's Hour will be
pastor. times annually on television. The Rt Rev. Frederick D. vth Episcopal: District former featured at 5 p.m. Mrs Mary
This renowned group of sin11 is now on an annual tour. Jordan, 72nd Bishop of the A. president of the Bishops' tor.TTie theme will be "Power Daniels will direct. Mrs. Eg.
M.E. Church will read the Episcopal Council All of these Bishops Given For World Witness."Tbe sie Mae Brown is counselor,
Address at 3:00 p.m. that were elected at the 1948 Gen theme song will be "Come Holy and Mrs. Lena George Is in
HELP FIGH1 CANCER same afternoon. eral Conference. Spirit" charge of the Tiny Tots. The

ctJ,1'P, The Bishop Address represents The Rt. Rev E.L.Hlckman Is Sessions will be held at 9.30. Miss East Florida and Bethany
the thinking of the Bis- president or the Bishops 11:45, 3:15, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.. Contest will terminate. The boy
J L r* hops of the A.M.E.Church on Council and presides over the In the morning sevice Mrs. or girl raising the highest amount -

WRITE WRHG TODAYWin SPENCER MCLAUGHIA JRf CORLOUS S7OCKTONContestaut all importants matters pertaining 6th Episcopal District, WilliamF. M.L. Johnson will present and of$Z5 will receive$50.
Ball Introduce workers. Mrs. 00 donaUon as a scholarship.
to the church and usually Secretary of the Bis- new
CampaignerppS sets the stage for much of the hops'. Lena George, first vice president Other cash prizes wll be a-
important action at the General The Rt. Revs George Wayman will be incharee. Mrs. wareed. A program will be pre
$25.00 For Your Church Conferences. Blakely 16th Eplscopla District Mary Washington and Mrs.Emma sented by the young people
Bishop Jordan has spent more Harrison J. Bryant,14th and 15th Melton will be In charge of At 7 p.m. Mrs Renalda Jenkins
Cut out the below than six months preparing this Episcopal Districts; Harold I. devotionals. Mrs. Annie 1.. Huff thrid vice presidential
and
coupon Important document It has been Bearden, 17th Episcopal District or an appointee will review the be in charge. Choirs of First
read and re-read before the and Hubert N. Robinsonof Bible lesson. Mrs. Johnson will Baptist and of Friendship will
write your question then mail Bishops' Council to be sure it the class of 1964 electedIn enter into organization.The panel sing. The Inspirational address
,
Cincinnati. will come from Mrs Gladys
Is reflective of the combined discussion will be highlighted
radio thinking of the bench of Bishops. by Mrs liner D.Thompson Vaught, thrid vice president of
to station WRHC, P.O. *rt.Y Bishop Jordan presides over Masons Will Bethel, Mrs. Lucy TrimbleSe-, the National Baptist Convention
the 13th Episcopal District. coed baptist; and Mrt. inmk Rev. C.B. Bailey will speak.He
The Rt. Rev E.C. Hatcher, P. Gray, Mt.Calvary'Mrs.Ma Is pastor of th First Baptist
Box 2467 Jacksonville
Fla. Confer Church. Rev. Remus Smith ,
f 73rd Bishop ci the A.M.E. DegreesOn ride Tennant of Mt Ararat Is
.1 Church Is chairman of the will make the summary. A alternate and is pastor of

PHONE: 389.1111 \ .. sloe General Conference Commis April 20On speakers'morning panel session.will concludethe Frienshlp Committee Baptist will. The exprss Courtesy

',J S RUCTIONS: The WR.1C "..1111 Cox" will attempt to get It Is perhaps unique that these At 11.45: Rev. J.CoSams, or his appreciation.
;;ui. t, ever to any question you may have on any subject, suck; "f these three Bishops, the Rt April 20 at 7:30 p.m. at t alternate Re,. J.C.Rogerspas- The official roster follows;
,as schools, rents, taxes, city and county government: and co1 FLOYD HRKLAJtD. JR. Revs. H. Thomas Prima Frederick Masonic Temple, 410 Broad, tor of Macedonia Baptist,will President, Mrs. N.L.Johnson;
'on. New Bethel Unit D. Jordan, and E.C.Hat- the First Degree will be conferred speak. Dinner will follow, at 1 First Vice president. Mrs. Le-
|Write; you qiestions below and null at once. Your question MAR1AM LEATK1CE FORD cber, are all members of the on a class of candidates p.m. na George; Second Vice Presi-
(raid, be( answer, along wilii your name and adlress will be Plans ( clendcs class of Bishop elected at the with D.D.H.T. Brown presiding. A; ?:30 Mrs. Susie Sandlin, dent, Mrs Susie SandllnThlrd;
.'
.'"IIe and, address. Write as often as you like and listen for Plans Big Tea Tec fOI Illinois. of Duval County will worship in charge Mrs. Mary Newby Jenkins; Recording Secretary,
SundayThe
a t'j answer! un Wi:RC,1400 on you radlq your total community The General Conference Pro- together at St. Paul Baptist,. and Mrs, B.H.Hartley will lead Mrs. Bessie Hill; Financial-
stntloi, on the air 24 hours a day. I j Choir No. 1 of Grant Memorial Sarah McGlnnis Missionary cram is chaired by the RCRev. Baldwin. Cars will leave the the devotions. A chorus will eretar. Mrs.Beatrice Hawkins
For the best question each week during Oils mailing, Kadio Church will have aWther'sDay Society of New Bethel AME George Napoleon Collins. He temple at 5:15 p.m. The Coordinating sing. Corresponding Secretary, Mr.
Station' WR.C will axt/d $Z .OO to Uio church of yo-ir: choice Tea Sunday, May 12, In the main Church, Rev Ellsha Jones pas Is Bishop of the 12th Episcopal Committee will meet At 3.15 p.m. three State President May Washington; Treasurer,
Id QUESTION E: auditorium of the church, from tor presents the annual Calendar District and was host Bishop to make plans for the St. Johns will spearknamely Rev. Mrs. Rosa Moselle; Editorial
4 to 6 p.m. Dr. A.J. Reddlck Is Tea Sunday, April 21, at at the recent Connectlonal Day, June, 23, and the Apprentice JC.Sams, Mr. Hannah B. Mil Secretar Mrs. Rule Cook;
pastor. Eugene Wanamaker Is the church Third and Tyler Meeting held In Tulsa *Okala- program honoring the Illustrious Jer, and Deacon G.W.Scort.Mrs. Pianist, Mrs E.MjSlngletoo
president. Mrs. Beatrice Cay is streets, krom 4 to 6 p.m. ma. He was elected II t the 1960 / A. Fleming thirty- Mary S. Huey of St. Mathew and Directress, Mrs. W.C.Neal
chairman.- Music will be furnished by the General Conference in Los Angeles third degree Deputy Grand Mas Rev. B.H.HarUey Is moderator.
Friendly BaptistHas Frank Williams Chorusn and California. ter, July 27. H.Simmons Is district

the Young Adult choir. Among Rt. Rev. John D.Bright, deputy grand master.
Sr.The
PLEASE PRINT Tea participants will be Mrs. A.D. Bishop, and Is being History Making Agenda Also

V\ NAME IS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 Shehee, P.J. W D am.Erlc praised by many for the excel

Carrie Barter, Linda Floyd, O. Simpson, Mrs. Annie Everett lent work he Is doing towards Union AFL CIO Favors
Programs LaymenFor
MY ADDRESS S- Beatrice Copeland. Mrs. Anna and Mrs. loW a making this General Conference .
V my question Is Judged best, please send $25.00 to the churcnM Bird will Introduce the speaker Baby contestant are Wright.Floyd tops. Sponsors Mass
i my choice, which Is Leila B. Rich will be mistressof KIrkland, Jr., Carious Stock The Rt. Rear George E. Bar the first time In the 152 years of the African Methodist
ceremonies. Mrs. Theodoila tonDooald McLaughlin Jr.and ber will come into the General Meeting tplspoal; Church th bishops of the church will prslde only
Orbs will speak. C. Sapp Is Mariam Leatrlce Ford. Conference perhaps the record Sunday one half day Instead of the customary whole day. This new
I Mrs.
(PflJN r NAME d NAME OF LOCAL CIURCii: ). chairman B.C. Copeland tae a M.A. Jones Iscoordlnator.Mrs. of being the youngest senior The Retail Wholesale and Department procedure was taken by the blshps.themselves In Council.

chair man. Olivia Is president Bishop In the history of the Store Union, AFL- Heretofore, each Bishop was make It outstanding

church. He presides over the CIO, Local 889, will sponsor a chairman for a day. However, Some of the national personnel
FLORIDA STAR End Episcopal District and U BUSS meeting Sandal April !lat seldom did all the Bishops have sneaking at the General Conference -
Home Delivered Now! known as the builder of the
great to This
;: 5:30 p.m., at Grant Memorial. an opportunity preside. will include Vice President
A.M.E. Church. He was elected
AME Church, Orange and Clay was particularly true of the last Hubert Humphrey; Art-
la 1944
In
Philadelphia Pa.
sireet,. elected. bur Fleming of the National
Other Bishops of the A.M.E. Hits meeting Is open to the Another new feature is that Council of Churches; Mayor
Church according to seniorityart public. Ersklne Hepburn ls president the laymen will have one full Carl Stokes of Cleveland, Ohio.
the Rt Rev. Joseph Comet night at the General Conference Roy Wilkins of the NAACP.4
I chairman of the General Doard; President, Is working with a o the Y.P.
emphasis
I.H.Bonner, 9th Episcopal District Connectional Committee to upon
I, Bishop And Mis D. and deputantes.
and chairman of the Gen-
make this night one of the highlights Senator Brooke has been Invited .
trlct and
former"president of of the General Confe
K4 'tJ the Bishops' Council and to speak lobe General
gener Hatchet Will Be rence.
Conference and Dr. EJ.
j ally known as the author of ,
Youth will be spotlighted at
Ambassador to Israel'
jI Christian Education In the local Yancy.
the General Conference. Miss
4 church Guests At Fete from Liberia will be one of the
I j and Carey E. Gibbs. Elizabeth Mince, who Is now speakers *t the banquetspoo-

3 /r rL Bishop and Mre. E.C. Hatcherof studying In Eurpoe wlllbe featured sored by the Local Commis
In a piano recital. She
the Eleventh Episcopal Dis sion.
: _. < S Primitive ChurchWomen trict of the A.M.E. Church will Is the dauber of Dr, and Mrs. The Rt Rev E. 1.. Hlckmanls
R.W.Mance.Two
: gwrMrp be honored at a Testimonial president of the Bishop's Coun
Plan Fete Appreciation Program Friday nights will be given to cil the Rt. Rev. William F.BaU
\ April 19, at 6 p.m., In the Lee youth. Dr. Andrew White, bead Is secretary. Bishop John D.
Mrs Lucille Johnson of the Auditorium of Edward Waters of the Department of ChrlstUntducntlon Bright Is host Bishopandcbairman -

Friendship Primitive BaptistChorea. College ; Mrs. Mamie Alken, of the Local Commission.
Director Connectional
First and Pearce, will The program Is sponsored by Y.PA The General Conference will
end Mrs. Julma
Crawford
sponsor a French originator be held at Auditorium
Tea for tt > the Presiding Elders' Council the Spectrum
of the Chrlstaln
benefit of Met Day at the of Florida, Rev. KS. Dupont d others Debutantes Philadelphia, Pa, May
an
are
chuch Sunday April 21 at 4 president working 1.14.
p.
I on this phase of the program to
Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher have
II I m.Sunday school begins at the served as episcopal leaders In

church at 9.30. District No. twill the A.M.E. Connection for 16 Methodist
I meet at the church Sundayat years. Before coming to Florida Quadrennial

; You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR W.4 Ware p.m.as with leader.Deacon Rev.Winston H.Ro- they eases were, Kentucky In West,Africa Ohio,Tenn West Will Convene In Dallas

blazon Is pastor Virginia and Pennsylvania.
I f Bishop and Mrs Hatcher have the DALLASNpl Methodist Church)-For the first time, the Gel ualc....-.erenceci
I made outstanding contributionsin wW meet In the South. This quadrennlel
conference having met 1D the UnIted states sb..e 1184 Is slated
The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News Mt. Love UshersCelebrates education. and missionarywork. for the Dallas Memorial Auditorium April _l.ll..v4. ,
Tabbed the "Uniting Conluncleon.
Immediately following the .. : .,
program Terence." it is the
Tea the leaders will depart for preludge to On the opening day of the conference

: YOU Want To Read About....ButI Usher Philadelphia paratlon for the the church merger with of the the Evangelical Methodist April 21, Bishop
I Board No. 2 of Mt Olive Prince
II General Conference, May 1 to Albert Taylor, Princeton
I I II AME Church will celebrate the 1/. United Brethren with a new (N.J. area, will deliver the

annual sprlng'tea Sunday, AprU Ministers and laymen from name being United Methodist keynote sermon at St. Paul Methodist

You don't have to borrow your neighbor paper 28, from 4 to 6 p.m., In the throughout Florida will meet on Church.The Church during the morning
Central
lower auditorium of the church, the of the College in Jurisdiction worship hours the Rev. L
campus
to read about the activities in your churches appreciation ,
Franklin composed entirely of
and Pippin Sts. Mrs. of the Negro annual B. Loud host
clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,060 Edith Foster Is president. Rev., given by The Right leadership Rev. and conferences will be eliminated Special, music pastor.will be offered

homes in Jacksonville alone are having their fa. B.J. Williams is reporter. Mrs Hatcher. after 27 years,and will be by the Haustcm-Tluoson choir,

vorite Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat merged with the white confer which will also give a concert

'Irdav. Why not you placed ences in adjacent a nonsegregated to them juris, or that afternoon at the church.The

diction. historic uniting cession
------ CHURCH NEWS --- will begin on the ci
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Start Home Delivery Of The STAR This Coning Week FAITH TEMPLE bishops There In are the four Methodist active denomination Negro April 23 at Memorial auditor

I Pastor, Elder Amos Darrlng. Location,1635 East 21stSt. Sunday : Bishops Charles F. ium.gent On the following day,a pa-
depleting the of Negro -
II School begins at 10 a.m., with Deacon Lewis Vereen presiding. Golden Noah W. Moore Jr.. history
education
I Just Fill in The Blank Below And Say. The morning worship begins at IMS.At 3.JO the Harrell Singers James Thomas and L. Scott church will be In staged the Methodist
.
will Allen.
present a musical. The Southern Echoes and the Starlight
Gospel Singers will be present also. The evening worship begins Three are on the retired list Pre-conventlon meetings and
events, and the Council of Bishops
Florida
J' StarT ; at 8 p.m.ALLENDALE. Bishops Willis J. King New,
>. 0, Box 599 *. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Orleans; Edger A. Love, Baltimore room will be held In the Houston

i Jacksonville, Florida 32201 Sunday school takes place at 9.30.: The morning service beginsat and Matthew W.ChairSL tel dally.ottheShertton-Da11uDaJ Sermons arescheduled -,

u a.m. The communion service will be at 3 p.m. Rev. Il T. Louis. to be delivered at 4 p.m.,
Overstreet will be in charge.He is pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist. Preceding the conference's dally In
Deliver
The Florida Star every week to: the First Methodist
Rev. W.G.TUley Is host pastor. Mrs. Tilley is reporter. regular sessions,a Dallas-Fort Church.

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST KeSr Worth area dinner,honoring the The conference has designated
Kings Road bishops and their wives '
will III
Sunday School begins at 9.30. Deacon Author will be In charge. tald at the Sheraton April 27 as Texas night, to
NAME ---_----___ The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. withihe deacons In hotel, Thursday, April 18.Dallas be observed at SMU-s Moody
f tharge: Choir No. 1 and Usher Boards No.1 and No. 2 win serve On April 26, a women's Coliseum. 'J
lunc
ADDRESS all day. Mrs. Maggie Black will be in charge of music..District hem win be held In On April 28, a Festival of
the
APT No. 3 will hold their monthly grand Hymns will be'IIIIYeUec1 sf.
meetlngSunday.April 21, at 3 p.m., ballroom of the hotel,
CITY in the home of Mrs. Frances Patterson 6018 Dunmire. Deacon Miss Ann Landers featuring the auditorium under tile dfec-ilion

t' r PHONE John Wilson Is leader Choir No. 3 will have a tea Sunday, April columnist, as guest newspaper ofSMVsDr.CarUto
'"" 2S;at 4 p.m., at the church. Miss! Brenda Robinson Is president. On April 13, the mlnJ.sters'speaker Young

I District No. 3 Is sponsoring a trip to Silver Springs on June 8. wives will sponsor a Nleman-
I. will pay the carrier Mrs Frances Patterson is president Rev Remus Marcus IUY U.S.
.. 20 cents per week for my paper I, tor. Smith Is pas Style show at the Stat-
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I UUh Springhill Baptist Celebrates Founding and Pastor's Anniversarv ::: JI




New Bethel Church Of God Pallbearer Society Mt. Sinai Churches Ministers" And 'r


JHURCHNEWS i I A.M.E. Plans Pre Rally Will Meets at Mt.Olive Church Chair Citizens ,Feature Agenda


NEW MT. OLIVE BAmT.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 4 Seasons TeaNew Be Held Sunday Mrs.The PaUbearersSocletyNo.18 Ella Rush president, will Plans Tea

Rer. W.L. Qanton A Pre-Rally program will be hold The Spring Hill Baptist Church will celebrate
the
the third anniversary

pastor Sunday School regular meeting Monday
with the superintendent In charge. The lesson begins win at be 9:30 reviewed: a.m., bird and Bethel AME will Church, given by District No 3 of the night AprU 22, in the Mt. Choir No. 3 of ML Sinai Baptist of the pastor Rev. ,T.R. Lee, Jr., and the 97th anniversar;
Tyler give a Holy church
of the
by the pastor. The Living God, Olive Church will have a musicalon of th religious organization beginning with
morning service Primitive Baptist Church Sunday night, April
begins at 11 ... ..
am.. with the Four Seasons Tea Sunday after 1598 14th & "
deacons Sunday, April 21 at ... .. -
In ,
charge in the Sunday at 7 p.m., cote main V p.w
devotions followed by the covenant services noon from 4 to 6 p.m. 3p.m. basement at 7 p.m. The appreciation will be expressed
The Holy CommunIon church is auditorium of the church. Mrs. On the opening night Re,. J.
services located at Fourth and
will be held at 3 ; The
With will Deacon
p.m., symbolize Devotions will by W. Hall
the program be Sunday
the
deacons In by Gussie Page Gray will be C. Sams of Second
charge 01 narra pastor
Re,.Glanton Myrtle Ave. Plans will be made Baptist
potions. wUl speak Choir the of the On
Participants
N o. I under the of Mrs. seasons year. Morning Prayer Band.Mrs. for the Grand Lodge. tor. Rev. B.J. Lang Is pastor. Church, and Rev. R.A.King Thursday night, April 25, J
W.M. Davis, will sing. Mrs.Ablab at 7:45
are Alice
Rev
: Sbehee. Williams B.
,
Prayer will be mistress L. Wynn and
services wW be held Mrs. Mary Harper is in charge. pastor of Payne Chapel A.M.E.
Tuesday at
'l:3O. The deacons will Eric O. P.J. .
Simpson Williams 'of Abyssinia
be in charge of the devotions. ceremonies.Mrs. Ella Jones, Church, will speak. Deacon L. Baptist will be present ;
GREATER and Mrs. Annie Everett. Mrs. missionary will bring the welcome DAvis will preside. Mrs. W. as wen as Rev. W.I. Norman
MACEDONIA BAPTIST M.A. Jones Is program chairman address. Lucile George Mt. Moriah Will Hampton will make the welcome Redeem Baptist Church .
Rev.
J.C. Rogers, pastor. Dlstklcts No. 1 6 Mrs Olivia Harrell Is will and Rev. '
through No. will give the response. Miss A. Delia Chapter address. Mrs. B. Spencer M. Trowell, St. Luke
will
celebrate their joint anniversaries Sunday AprU 28, at S p.m president of the Sarah McGinnls Mrs. Viola Steward will give ar Host Second bring words of Baptist. C. Schumann will pre
District No. 4 will meet with Mrs. Annie Hanson 1173 East 26th Missionary Society and has developed of God In Christ Choir will sin*:, appreciation.On side. Mrs. B.Spencer wiU bring
.
.Sheet Sunday, School Friday night at 8 p.m.ServlcesSundaywlll begin with the a new method of intro Mrs. Viola Steward will give a Quarterly Meet Meets In 7:45: ,Monday Mt. Canaan night Baptist April 22 will, at words of welcome. E. P. King j
at,9:30with: Deacon John E.Singleton 4 teachers duction. will bring words of
solo. Mrs. Sharp and Mrs Ada. be apprecia
with
present Rev J.
In charge. The Bible Verse will begin with the letter R. The This work is shared by the Brown will be in charge of the Dr. W.F. Foster,presiding elder Masconic Temple Hazelton, pastor, M. ion

morning worship and consecration service begins at 1045. Devotions young people and the adults. offering. Mrs. Ruth Splvey will of the South Jacksonville The Delia Campbell 198 will Rev A.J. Hughes of St.speaking.John's On Friday night AprU 26, at
will be In charge: of Deacon James Melton and his staff The Sunday School will be in slnr. Edna Robinson will sing District, win conduct a second meet Thursday, April 25, at 6 Baptist will be present and will .7:45: Rev. R.J Lovett and congregation I
of deacons. Music will be furnished by Choir No. 1 and Chor No. charge of F.J. Donaldson. Mrs. Remarks will be made by Deacon quarterly conference and p.m. In the Temple 410 Board. speak. Rev. C. Jenkins of Mt. of the First Baptist
3, with.Mrs Hattie Bess dlrect Usher Board No. land Usher Ollie Williams and Mrs. Wini business Church of St.
lg. Joseph Brlnson. Bishop U. meeting Sunday at 7:30: Mrs. Eliza Robinson Is Most Olive, Southslde, wlU also be Augustine will be
Board No. 2 Win serve. Choir No. Iwill meet for business after fred are co-chairman of activities. .Baker Is pastor. p.m., at Mt. Morlab A.M.E. Worthy Matron. present and will speak. Deacon present along with Rev. G.
morning service. Districts will meet at 3.30: as follows: No.1. The morning worship begins Church. All reports will be Willie Hall will preside. Missj' Price of SL Matthew Baptistand j
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jordan, East 25th St.,No. 2, Mrs. Bernice at 11 a.m. Arthur Mitchell New Hope Will made by boards and auxiliaries. Rev. R. McQueen of Tab- .
Campbell, East 31st Street; No. 3, In the home of Mrs. Lucy and the Usher Board No. 2 win Sunday morning Sunday School ernacle Baptist. Deacon A,Holt
Gray on East 22nd St.; No. 5, fa the home of Mrs. Doretha Smith serve throughout the day. Mrs begins at 945.: The morning First Born will preside. Mrs. F. Jackson I
East 27th St.; No. 6, In the home of Deacon and Mrs. Jimmie Beverly Portly is president of Horror Founding service begins at 11 a.m.and the i will deUver the welcome. Mrs.
Baldwin on Plateau Street. The B.T.P.U. will begin at 5:30: the Allen Christian Endeavor evening service at 6:30: p.m. Church Plans J. Hastings will deUver words ,
with Mrs. M.L. Polite presiding. The evening worship begins League April 21 To ; of appreciation.
at 6:30 with the deacons in charge. Both major sermons will be 22New On Sunday morning,at 11 a.m.,

delivered by the pastor. At 8 p.m., a program called "Hymns Hope AME Church will Mt. Ararat Pastoral Day AprU 28, Rev. B. H.Hartley will
That Touch The Heart" will be presented by Mrs. Mary Lou Second Baptist 'celebrate be the guest speaker.
the 53rd
Flanders. On Monday at 7 the Christian Aid anniversary: Baptist Ushers On
night p.m., Societywill Sunday, April 21, and Monday Sunday afternoon at 3p.m.,
Sunday, April 21 will be Pas
meet with the Deacon Melton On Tuesday Rev
president ,presiding; C.B Dailey of First Bap-
April 22 at 8
p.m.at the church toral
night at 7.30 the Prayer Meeting is held. Bible Study is Will DelebrateDay On Sunday at 3 p.m. four pastors Plan ProgramThe 825 Monroe.Day at First Elder Born Church, tist, Rev. W. E. Young of Tab-
A. Hill Is
featured also. The pastor and the deacons will be in charge. will ernacle Institutional Baptist and
speak Rev.
namely
pastor. Other
On Wednesday and Friday nights choir rehearsals are heldat A.J. Reddick, Grant Memorial services will be Rev. C.C. Brown, First New
For as usual.
8 p.m. On Thursday at noon the Missionary Society will conduct YouthSecond and Rev. A.M. Dixon. Mt. Olive thirty-fifth anniversary at 10 Sunday The School begins Zion Baptist will be present
a prayer meeting. Mrs Bessie Merchant is reporter.The Usher Board No.2 of ML Ararat a.m. morning wor Rev. C.C. Brown, former pas ,
church is located 3333 Franklin 954 Baptist.Monday ship begins at 11 a.ra. The deaconesses tor of the I
Street. Church church
Baptist five pastors will Baptist Church will be held will lead the devotion- will deUverthe I
Kings Road,Rev.J.C. ams pastor speak namely; Rev.N.McCray Monday night, April 22, at 8 p. also Elder Hill will speak. The l anniversary message. S.
REVELATION BAPTIST will observe Youth Week Union Community AME Rev. F. m. in the auditorium of the Y.P.C.W. Cleveland will preside. Mrs.
Rev C.L. Pastor. Men's will be May 26. Deacon to ; will meet at 5:30: E. Jasmin will
Telfalr Day from April 21 inclusively. W. Jones church. bring the wel
Founla1nChapelAMERev. with Mrs. REV. T. R. LEE JR.
,
A.B. Hoggens will be general chairman. Deacon P.M. Felton will Under the supervision cI adult Eugene Motley, St. Matthews Participants will be: Marvin p.m., Margaret Johnson come. Mrs. M.K. Clemons will
as
be co-chairman.: Deacon Wesley Singleton will be In charge of leaders, the young people will AME; Rev. R.L. Smith, Teal narntpr: Choral Class president. The evening Lois Gantt will give thewelcome bring words of appreciation. I
finances Deacon Charlie Tunson will be in charge of programs.. function as deacons and First Timothy Baptist; Rev. selections; Rev. James Bryant worship begins at 7 p.m. A addre..Mrs.V.JoneswlDprewords On Monday AprU 29, at 7.45 I
special
Dr. C.B. Mcintosh will be a principal speaker In the morning.. trustees will conduct the prayer CJ. Crosby, Trinity Baptist. Scrlptues; Madem Brlnkley ed the sermon will be deliver of appreciation. Appreciation Night will be fea I
Attorney Earl M. Johnson will speak at night Location of meetings and serve as presiding On Sunday the Usher Boardp prayer; Edwin Wilson,welcome located by pastor. The church Is On Tuesday night, April 23, tured. Rev. Lee, Jr., and his
at
church: Fourth and Evergreen, East. (CORNER) officers, during various No. I the Deaconess Auxiliary address; Deacon T. Moreland, 825 West Monroe St. at 'l:45. Rev. J.C. Rogers and family wlU be honored. Mrs. I

business meetings of the anal Stewardess Board No. 2, Stewardess response; Rev. I, BryanLIntro- Macedonia Baptist will be Eva. Davis is chairman, Mrs. !
EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH liaries. Board No. 1 and the ductlon of speaker. Rev. Wil- guests along with Rev. B.F. Maggie K. Clemens co-chair
Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will be held at 7 p.m., on This special week has been Pulpit Aid Society will be in bert Murgress; Choir No, 1, Central C. M.E. Brown of Grace Baptist and. man. A musical will be presented I
Tuesday with the pastor and officers charge. On Wednesday designed to give the young people charge. On Monday Usher Board Mt. Ararat; Mrs Julia Long- Rev. R. Wilson of West Friendship with Mrs. Beatrice WIl.
Choir No. 2 will rehearse at .p.m.On Thursday noonday prayer definite insights as tome No. 2 Stewards Dpard,Trus. worth, announcements; Rev D. Will Feature Baptist. Deacon W. Jones hams, organist, In charge. E.
Cervices will be held at the church Usher Board No. 1 will I places and responsibilities as tees and Choir No. 1 will serve J. Crahamremarks; Deacon C. wit preside. V. Jones will give P. King will preside. Mrs
meet at 8 p.m On Friday Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Christians and worthwhile citltens. Choir No. 2 will also serve on Cunningham, Phillip Attack, words of appreciation. Eugenia Wright will bring the
On Saturday the Male Chorus will rehearse at 7 p.m. Sunday Addresses and forms Sunday. Mrs Leola Morris Count of Easter Togs On Tuesday: night, April 23 welcome. Mrs. E. Hill will ex-
School begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon will be centered around the sub Ushers; Marlon Aaronjiresentatlons. the welcome address. Mrs M. pies. appreciation.

Geroge Smith in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an ap ithth.tblr might have come Queen Esther Woodford will bring words of .
pointee. Consecration Is at 1050. The morning worship>begins r needs la the Usher Board No. 3 of the An After Easter Review parade appreciation. I
at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge. Preaching begins at 12 the church, and In the community. Church Has church will serve. The guest will be held Sunday AprU 27, Wednesday night will featurethe
noon. A Calendar Tea will be beldlnthe dining room from 3 to 5 board will be No. 2 of ML at 5 p.m. in the CentralC.U.E. presence of Rev E.R. Simpson .
p.m. B.T.U. begins at S p.m., with Deacon James Phillips Other activities for Sunday Olive AME church. The bomor Church. Mrs Clementine Zion Hope Baptist; Rev. ATTEND THE
charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30. Choir No. 2, the will Include: the Sunday school: Benelil Program guest board will be No 1 of Mt. Brown Is general superintendent William Hill, Mt. Calvary and ,
Male Chorus and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Marlon at 9:30 Rev. J.C jams pastor, Queen Esther Church, 1747McQuade Ararat Mrs. Roar Lee Merritt of the sponsoring unlLthe Rev. C.A. Weaver DaySprlneBaptlsL CHURCH OF L

.Carter and Mitbew McCoy win be in charge of,music. will review the lesson Consecration win sponsor a benefit is Church Reporter. Rev. Dallas Sunday school Rev. M.C..r.rlw.athe preside. Mrs.William E. Hall Jackson will
will
COLOSSIANS BAPTIST deaconesses rites for the deacons program Saturday night at J. Grahas is pastor. is pastor. the welcome address. Words bring of YOUR CHOICE
choirs and ushers 8 p.m.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with superintendent and teachers will be held at 1045.: The mornIng Elder H. Buckner will .
In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent.The worship will begin at U a.m. the Rev. Edwin present
morning worship begins at 6 p.m. Choir No. 1 and U s h e r I The pastor will speak.The Bap Sermon. Deacon speaker Clarence Williams .
Board No. I will serve throughout the day. Rev. R.J. Crawford, lift Training Union will be held will introduce the master

pastor will deliver both sermons. The anniversary of the Des at S.45. The evening worthbegins b of ceremonies Deacon R.Yanadere VOTERS of DUVAL NASSAU
cons and Deaconesses will be April 29. Prayer Service will be at 7 p.m. The Youth Department Reginald Harmon ,
at .
Tuesday 7.30p.m.TABERNACLE will present its Initial will deliver the welcome address .

:. BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL program at this time. At 6.30: with the response coming
Memorial services for Die Ward will be Sunday afternoon. All apt the pastor and membes from Mrs. Rosetta Hoover. and CLAY COUNTIES
districts will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m., in the church the congregation will share Among the participants will
auditorium Sunday School begins at ':30 with Mrs Heists Solo in the anniversary services of be: The Mighty Soul! Revivals
mon, superintendent, In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the Springhill Daptlt Church Mrs. Dorothy Byrd Elder W.
Miss Eyvon Wilson The morning service gegins at 11 a.m. Rev. Other activities of the week Griffin, The Unity Choir! Mrs. Elect A. C. SOUD Your Next
.
W.E. Young pastor will speak. All adult choirs,the Senior Male Include the Prayer of Faith Hour Roberta Williams Miss Christine
Chorus and the UsherBoard No. S will serve. Teachers meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday Williams The Boitooettea,
every Wednesday at 645.: Prayer Meeting at 7.JO.AU adult choirs school officers and Teachers Claretha Bucsner, Elder L. C.
rehearse Wednesday night at 1 p.m. The Annual Women's Day Council will meet Friday at 7 Lewis and the Prodigal Son,

will REDEEM be May 19.BAPTIST Mrs. Queen Alkens Is general chairman.NEW p.m. Mrs., Diana M. Harmon Is sponsor STATE ATTORNEY



Men's Day will be observed all day Sunday, April 28. Deacon WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou
Eunice Dunson will be chairman and Roosevelt Bacon co-chair:

man. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Deacon Eunice Dawn Seek The Best Doctor As Your STATE ATTORNEY .' .. _-
in Rev. E. L Norman will r r :
charge. review the lesson. The mornIng When Your Doctor ; ; .
worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge of devotlonals. ; f .,
Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will serve In the Prescribes Get Experienced .\ -<' "I ": .
Pharmacists To .: ',',A.i.,0.. ... ,\, .
morning worship. District No. 3 and No. 6 will meet at the
church at 4:30 p.m. The B.TU. meets at 5:15 with Deacon S.H. Fill, Prescriptions According A C. SOUD will concentrate on: :tJ: :ndAlC d :
Smith In charge. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Both To Your Doctor's ... ., Jaflrcy + ,
sermons will be delivered by the pastor. Rev. Norman. Prayer Orders. .
meeting will be Tuesday night at 730.: Bible Study will follow, at 14! Teen experience
8 p.m., with the district deacon charge.Mrs. Jessie Ward, reporter le Use Only The Best age moral mobilization
Quality Drugs. C. E. BLACK Chief Assistant Sure Attorney,
ProprlgjQr Div A, Criminal, Court of Record.

,, MT.Sunday SALEM School BAPTIST begins at 9.30: with Superintendent Jack Green in 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA Consumer protection j Jur Leal'; Adviser To County Grand

charge. Rev. Rogers, pastor will review the lesson. The morning .

service begins at 11 am., with Deacons Cornelius Calhoun .. ... .. COMPLETE LINE OF. .. .. Member National District At-
and Eugene Calhoun in charge. Choir No. 1 and U Board Florida Prose-
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'No. 1 will serve. The pastor will deliver both major'sermons. A Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sun- Sound I legal I advice to grand 0 tinygAttorneye' Association; Ln.
program will be presented at 3 p.m., by Deacon Eugene Calhoun dries. el and American
in the Interest of the Trustee Board. The evening devotion jury Bar Associations.
begins at 6 p.m On Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DEL VERED- I

Prayer Meeting will be held also. Choir No. 1 will celebrate its 1907 KINGS ROAD 3538279Lilly's Education:
tenth anniversary on April 29. District No. 1 will present a
Musical Tea April 28 at 3.30: p.m. Rev. W.Q. Rogers is pastor. A crime JSS Public Schools, Stetson: UnPersonal .
get tough
Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The church Is located at 1281 Drug Store policy I on ,. ;
West 22nd.
'UNION PROGRESSIVE :

Church Location: 613 Pippin. Pastor, Rev. Jake Ray. Sunday SISTER BESSIE *
and
Sunday School l
'School begins at 9:30, with the superintendent and teachers In She will read your entire life-past, present and j I Impartial efficient TeacherLayman: ;
charge. The pastor will review the lesson. The morning worship future. She asks no questions but will teD you] x
begins at 11 a.m., with Deacons A.J. Robinson and L.B. what you want to know, giving date and acts oil administration Jacksonville Jaycees Trustee. Lu
Brooks in charge of devotions. The pastor will deliver both business, love, health and family affairs. Will I ther Rice Seminary.
;lI1esages. All choirs will serve. Usher Board No. 1 will serve help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will|
also. The Holy Communion will be administered at 4 marry and when. If the one you love is true, what ,
Day will be AprU 28. P.m.fri. to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated, "
'HOLSEY C.M.E. locate: absent friends' and relatives, and/cause j EttdA.C.
Dave McEMn is pastor. Church Location: Third and Franklin happiness between man and wife. Make up lover's
Streets. Sunday School begins at ':30 with Mrs. Bertha Griffen quarrels. Tells, if sickness or bad luck is natural '
'and teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does I ,_
The evening service begins at 7. Choir No. 1 and the Ushers will not teD to pleas you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay.
'serve. Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert is secretary. you for disappointments all others. I not only read your lifelike
BEHTLEHEM BAPTIST an open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES.
"Church Location: Myrtle Avenue and Eight Streets.Pastor,Rev. Come and see why you are so unhappy when everything seems
.Earnest Williams Acting. Sunday School begins at 9:30,with Sup- to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick ana worried .
;rintendent Junlous Sneed, Mrs. Lillie Webbert, and Mrs. Sadie when you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting .
.Tedd. in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with THIS GIFTED MEDIUM I Everybody welcom.NO MAIL ANS
JW'. M. M. Smith speaking. The senior choir will serve in the WERED. .1.make no house calls. Don't mistake the address
dining room. B.T.U. will be at5p.m.The evening beginsat sister bessie Is located north of Callahan on U.S. f 1;
6 pjn. Rev. D.J. Jones of New Hope Baptist Menus, Fla., 1/2 mile from City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone: 8192250.WATCH STATE ATTORNEY
will speak On Saturday, April 20, District No. 4 will sponsor a : FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE
trip to Magnolia Lake. The bus leaves the church at 9 a.m., and Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
.Luoncrief and 45th Street at 930. Open dally I a.m. to 10 p.m., including Sundays. ftlillul eft. MM f. .T A. C. k.a C..Ml|. Trawww
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THE FLORIDA STAR 'INSTARK AND UNSETTLING LANGUAGE o.Be! la IJa"

THAT THE UNITED STATES ISA RACIST ; 'r,w't' Y, By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
NEWS SOCIETY AND THAT THE WHITE MAJORITY \ ''. t;, ,
MUST BEAR THE BURDEN OF GUILT FOR ', ; OPEN HOUSING AND JOBS
THE EXPLOSIVE CONDITIONS THAT + }
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company RESULTED INR10TINGIN THENEGRO xr + ,, t r Everyone agrees that two of the most important employment issues facing
SLUMS LAST SUMMER: / tiTHE Negro citizens are open housing and equal opport-
PRESIDENT'S NATIONAL ,unities. But most people don't see the strongconnectlon betweenthe

ADVISORY COMMISSION v f two.
MEMBER CIVIL USODDEPS '' Let's look at some facts:
Central clUes are gaining in numbers of |
middle-class whites. Back in 19 50,only
percent of the population in central
rNA'I'I0.ERIC
IN.GR l' Negro, now it's 20 percent and still Negroesllwhlle
And for some cities it's still higher;
ton, for example is two-thirds Negro.
same period, it Is estimated that 11
0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR 4 i iJt it whites moved out of the cities. I

White citizens are moving to the suburbs which are still

HILDA WOOTEN .-. CIRCULATION MANAGER closed to Negroes. As the cities get blacker, the suburbs
around it still say: "color me white." Since 1940, Philadel
phia's Negro population has doubled, but its suburbs actually

:' 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE ELGIN 4-6782 j t COMMISSIONS CVIL ., have fewer Negroes on a percentage basis. The same holds
,
DISOROERREPORT s true for St. Louis and a lot of other cities.
; t.
:'I" faster in the suburbs.
But Job opportunities are growing Our
MAILING ADDRESSP.O. economy is creating new Jobs every day but most of them are In
plants and offices outside the central cities.Three out of four new
Job openings in the New York area took place in the suburbs. Almost -
Bat 599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 all of the new j Jobs created in the Baltimore and San Fran.
cisco area took place outside the central cities.

MIAMI OFFICE \I ''''\, :," ." '; And that's Just in newly created Jobs. In some industries, like
"I!!;; :: manufacturing and ragde, which employ many unskilled and semiskilled -
::1 5018 N.W. 7TH AYE. PHONE 71-3879 ,'t1' : .:. Negroes, many cities have actually lost Jobs. New York,
\ for example, lost about 50,000 manufacturing Jobs between 1962
'UE'RE' ON OUR WAY REACHING
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES and 1965.It .
IJr1 a THE MOMENT OF TTlUTH.IT'S THEFIRST is obvious from this that high unemployment
Negro
One Year, $12.00 Half Year. $7.00 TIME WHITES HAVE SAlffWEKE among
You t I workers Isn't going to be solved unless there is a determined
Mailed to Anywhere in the United States .1 PACISTS.'NOWSTWETHETOSEEN
effort to open up housing opportunities for Negroes in the sub
Subscription payable in Advance COMMON TRUTH: urbs.

Send Check or Money Order to: '.:\ FLOyD g.HcKUStCKThe The white executive with a big salary can afford to commuteto

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 4\ work, but the poor man can't Lets assume that a man la
Jacksonville 1 Florida v\0ya Harlem has a chance to get a Job In an airplane factory out on
Long Island. It would cost him $40 a month to commute to and

'Confession' Could Be Our Finest Hour! from work Obviously, he couldn't afford that expense.
Students Want To Take Over There is no reason why he should have to, either. The day
when this country can afford to have racially and economical'
There is a growing trend on the part of 1 r segregated suburban white ghettos over. All people have to

students to want to take over the adminis- t live where they can find Jobs, and the suburbs are going to have
tration of our private and state univer- YOUR Weekly to end their obvious patterns of segregation.
The first step In any national program to end the housing
sity for predominantly Negro enrollment. segregation which also creates unemployment is to pass a
Why? The motive is not altogether clear. : fair housing ruling with teeth. Racial discrimination in housIng -

Admist the turmoil caused by the death of HOROSCOPE GUIDE : is as insane as any of the racist practices of Nazi Germany
Dr. Martin Luther King as well as other. I or of South Africa. It can't be tolerated in a democracy.

situations we had students threatening Secondly, we'll have to build more housing for low and moderate
income families. Urban renewal's bulldozers have levelled
administrations at Howard University. t many homes, but because privately financed housing Is too expensive
Bowie State College in Maryland and fey PABLO, The ASTROLOGER t and there isn't enough public housing, overcrowding and

Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.A slumlsm have increased
group of students held the presidentand I Third, we have to put public housing in the suburbs too. ThereIs
t tt no reason why public housing should stop at the line
city
,
the board of trustees of Tuskegee Institute -
: : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS especially when the Jobs are In the suburbs. The rent supplement
captivity for many hourslocked in program which should be greatly expanded, also should
I
the convening roomS a result the boardof apply to suburban towns.

trustees closed the school for several FOR Another way to break up the white ghetto 1* to cell houses
I whose mortgages have been foreclosed to Negro buyers. Thousands
will
days but it reopen on April 22nd. At t
of homes are upend up this way every year, only to go on
that time all applications for, readmis- an "all-white" brokers list.

sions will be gone over carefully.The i BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL A We also ought to be building "New Towns." Government and
Industry ought to be planning for new "total communities"with
students have had bona fide com-
may Jobs and homes at all Income levels. Such new towns have
plaints, but they went about getting redresses i_ __ been built In Europe, but the few that wen announced for this

for their grievances in the wrong country seem to be slightly different suburbs. Planning for DeW
manner. Furthermore what could they hopeto ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN towns Integrated both racially and economically, is necessary
BORN JUNE to Insure that the city of the future doesn't repeat the mistakes
gain by holding captives the president' BORN MARCH BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. of the present

and board of trustees? Administrationsrecent 21TN APRIL 19TH 22NO JULY"UNO 23RD OCT. 2311 22ND JAN 19TH Assassinators Are CowardsIt

any evidence of force to make them React positively' is to be Ask and listen. No one has It takes skill mere are more Look closely As mendbefore
do certain things. hoped that most Ar lans will have all the pat answers When it propitlo.ii indications favoring attempt to Impose It may be true but we have never heard
Even if given the opportunity to run in- taken the previous quarter's comes down to it intuition Is individual Initiative But before 'of an assassin standing his ground and
stitutions, it is evident by the students' dications serioustatlon in all its about the only power that maybe you can really recongize the good will or generosity may facing the music voluntarily. No, indeed
forms then, it is due to return said to furnish most of them.It fact the social or financial crisis take the most unrecognizable:
actions that they lack the full maturityto with greater insistence than could bother many no end that threatened previouslymay shapes No one can do too sure the rascal is a coward and flees for

do it. ever. Once one can manage to to decide whether to change to reappear to you dismayor until the truth emerges which his life under the cover of darkness.

get over this hurdle safely, it the Job and locale. It looks likea discomfort Right off the It should lifter the 19th. The They are.faceless. and no one hardlyever
will be time to retake the very risky affair to do eitherOn bat the tables may be turned red-letter day when he future gets a chance to look them in the
Killer Of The DreamTo threads of life in your hands the othe r hand certain placing you and favored long- outlook Is rosiest may be the
eye. They run for their lives faster
and to manipulate them to ad- developments, some of them range prospects right back on 20th. Common Ideals and purposes than
think that a dream may die is the vantage. Job, health and security 'apparently mysterious may be top of the vorkLPatch up disturbed may bind friends closer a rocket to the moon.

concern of those who review the life of prospects would aid in restoring intervening to get you back on relationships and a tlian ever before. The kind of a The bad men to the West stood head and

the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. self-confidence and in the right track. Letters calls straighten out the financial home In that has been uppermost shoulder above the assassin. Their code
revitalizing the fondest hopes complications that seem to have day-dreams may be acquired
This idea was put more succintly by Ralph And it may be a fine day to reinforce or should offers be that taken have seriously your address and plagued so many for some time long with the wherewlthall to was never to shoot a man' in the back and

McGill on April 10 thusly: 'The height of a romance that was on accepted on the 20th. Should past. support It.Many should also feel without a weapon to defend himself. Violation

t stupidity was the killing-to think that the verge of tottering Into oblivion. there be any doubts go to the 8 33,13.52-582 free to to give real talent a chance of this code made a man the most

i death kills an idea a more force a legal now .emerge Many Arians older now in wisdom emerge highest authority within easy SCORPIO always develop doubters and thrive.who There can see are dispicable creature upon the face of the
reach and ask for advice or globe.
obligation. experience, if not in years. Les no good In anything doubters
The results should be BORN
: If that noble idea is killed what then sons learned the hard way have support.most favorable, OCT. who can set no good in anything A bad man in the West challenged their

: will become of the nation? What will be" more lasting effects. 1. 60. 88. 15.4E 643 24TH NOV. 22NDIt's them There hearing Is no reason let alone for believe-giving enemies and sometimes former friends to

: come of the leadership of the Negro? 5.70.77.16.50.690TAURUS LEO baffling. If you consider lag them. drar in wide open daylight before a

Will the new leader be Dr. Ralph Abernathy yourseu sufficiently forewarn spectator crowd.
1-80-88-19-23-313
E of SCLC? Will the mantle be taken BORN APRIL BORN JULY ed by the quarter events there of will the preceding beno AQUARIUS Not so for the cowardly killer. He lurks

over by individuals like Stokely Car- hesltency about sitting it out BORN IAN. in the atmosphere of darkness in some hid-
20IH MAY 19th
e michael or Rap Bfown? 20IH Ua.d AUG through the 19th. This may be den alcove where he cannot be seen by
Know limitations.. As free as Gratitude exists Persons who said to be the one day this month 20TH FEB. 18TH others He gives
: As much as we don't want this to happen we consider ourselves to be, are on a high Intellectual planeare when mistake false names in order to
S the spirit of Carmichael still have to a assumes hugh Set the terms. Just go alone cover up his real identity
may take hold of we conform to accepted more likely to express their proportions"',CJ tar beyond I quietly busi
go minding you own
the resentful' Negro This idea was well views and customs.Tblsis gratitude for services rendered, the limits of reason. But the ness. But don't overlook the More and .more individuals would give up

described by Evans-Novak in their recent the keep price a civilized that has to be paidto past and present. Due to a crisis Taffling part of it all is the picture fact that a very unpropitious day the idea of becoming an assassin, if thee
column in society Intact that seems abot to erupt on which to make a bid for law meted
this manner: and to insure the services 'You may be enabled to find out presented on the following out strong justice whenever
'What makes the source of Carmichael's that come with modern day liv this interesting possibility for day. No better endings could be recognition is the or 19th.substantial Its returns they are caught But history has shown
u entirely

tactical aberrations so frightently per- ing. If each and every one were yourself. Advice upon which ym pl'omlse4fulfUments could be different story,on the day that the law has been to lenient with the
tinent is that he may be the void left'by permitted to do exactly as he or may reconsturct your life to more than fondest expectationsand following when your point of killers of Negroes.
she pleases in complete the rewards for a Job well
,
come along much more fulfilling -
; Dr. King as the charismatic leader of the disregard of neighbors' rights lines should be solicited done, financial or other wise, view should, Judgement be and the methods Make Hard Ot
Negro accepted as proper Way TransgressorLike
masses. where would the world be?This and followed on the 20th. This may also transend the wilctost basis for greater

Dr. King had an oratory that swept people is a rather interesting question also is a day to close deals in dreams. The tendency to doubt and material gain The progress value the "transgressor" in the Bible

along by its spellbinding magic. AlthoughRev. that may arise on the 19th. connection with housing and real yourself and the good fortune of patience has been coming the way of the American racist must be
Abernathy has become the titular head Whatever your particular situation estate transactions. Associates that arrived should not encouraged home to may during the past made hard
may be.turn to the hert Recent, events, make valid this
have the right angels regarding few months.. It is a precious ,
of the SCLC he and his immediate associr rather than to material considerations the ways and means of thought.
asset that should
S 10 -18-43-554 never be allowed
ates can never command the militant youthsof for the proper answer cashing in on them a factor to get away ever again We can say that the assassination of Mar

the nation which must not be overlooked. 'SAGITTARUS in the future tin Luther King Jr calls attention a
4 60 55 Success is closer for
Thoroughly dedicated 17 79 108 those
to non-violence. GEMINi who have always striven here- BORN NOV. 6 40 55 15 79 056 victory of sorts many uninformed racists
Ralph Abernathy lacks the resevoir of Extended who lurk throughout the
tofore. efforts now begin PISCES nation in gas sta-
ideas carried Dr. King to the climax of BORN MAY to pay off. 23RD DEC. 21ST. BORN FEB. tions dingy cafes smoked- :filled bars

success as a persuasive leader. fin it down. There appearsto big business, city
21ST JUNE 21ST. VIRGO be little doubt about the ability 19TH MAR. 20TH on halls and regrettably
.Tread softly While waiting to to respond to artistic and University campuses.

; This Week In Negro HistoryApril see Just what will happen on the BORN AUG. cultural influences and to pass to It takes Judge feeling.people is or so circumstances difficult> One news report remarked that a race-
19th confine yourself to pursuits them on to those dearest to you baiter said, 'we have
3RD SEPT. 22ND purely by their physical got rid of that
that frlens In instances ambition
: bring and indlspenseable where
15 1889 A plty' buck
Philip
Randolph, president, Brotherhood of aspects. Many Pisceans have once
allies A little longer.. It remains"chancy" and for all time. The
; Car closer than stands in the way, the happiness battle
Sleeping
Porters and AFL-CIO such has
dent born in vice presi ever before. It has been claimed to take anything: for you would extract from acute powers of perception been won" but we say "No.
was
Crescent
City Fla. and discernment that
: April 16, 1862 Colonization plan rejected by Negroes., that there is safety in numbers granted and to.relax your vi- loving associations may practically have little to about in they this indeed since right is bound to prevail
!i April 17, 1918 Needham Roberts and Henry Johnson destroyed but it can be added that it is gilance. Skeletons in the family be nonexistent. You maybe respect. But for worry those vnodont in the long run "
better that it is to have them closet should remain pernnoally Involved in Race-baiters
well hid- anj
; 1 more than 20 Germans while on sentry duty dur for rather than against you den and nothing that could be gossip rumors or falsehoodsthat and there are quit number, grow up in the world as
ti 17 1919 ing World War L Once YOU are assured that the turned against you or yours are bruited about on the too, the necessity of having a faceless people who are condemned tq.a
April Birth of the late Nat"King"Cole, popular singer tcUmu' has been reached should trusted counselor always avail- life of frustration
ajwj, be revealed to a single 19th. Believe no one and accept in their worlds
I ti in Montgomery, Alabama. sateiy passel it will be a pro-- soul. The able is emphasized. all over 4 x 8 .
for been Hence
reasons all this nothing until there has they
April 18, 1723 Governor Drummer of Massachusetts pltlous moment to are destined to
I k accused plan more may be made crystal clear on enough time to obtainthe right again Do not try to ann,1mysteries struggle defeat in the
Negro fugitive slaves of arson in Boston. imaginatively than ever for the the 20th. Discreet of any sort unless all for racial equality, justice must
most
Vigoans the
information from reliable -
I I .April 19, 1912 Birth of MahaUa Jackson, one of the DatIon'1I sort of future that comes up receives their rewards for discretion may sources. This could be the threads are firmly in ybands. our prevail th.Viiff to SUrvive natlon-
leading Gospel singers. to high ideals. And if willing The value of having as a
r'-RprU- 20, 1904 Joe Walcott, the "Barbados Demon," lost the backers are needed to pep you' came from, including heaven. It those may be that a- done to complete, and with personal positive satisfaction results someone close to point the way foryrace"h terns of King is a vJctory

world welterweight title He is not to be con- up, this also is a perfect day about time to look at that house on the 20th. From then on Is solidly reinforced by several worlds ln their little matal
",' fused with Arnold Cream,the"Jersey Joe Wal to get in touch with all legitimate that you have always dreamed stick to the facts powerful planetary aspects black
cott" of recent. prospects about the 20th. the larger for
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I $150,000 Blitz Campaign Gets Off To Good Start For Bethune-Cookman :


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Liberties Union Civil RightsCommittee Congratulations For Service '

Motto Is "Enter To Learn"And


Asks Bias in Is Receives Generous AidA


Housing BreakNtw Holding Meet "bills campaign"to raise$150,000 In local funds for Bethune 1
Cookman College's development fund started here this week .
; XUa "Never before today have so many White members in this i
-The United States WASHINGTON, D.C.-The u.s.
Supreme Court will be urged Commission on civil Rights announced community gathered together to help a Negro institution,"said I
to bar all discrimination in today that it will hold J. Saxton Uoyd, chairman of the drive and master of cere- J
monies at the luncheon at the Daytona Plaza Hotel.
houlng. a public hearing Montgomery, Y
The appeal involves Joseph Alabama, beginning April 27, 2 "The college motto'Enter tc totaling $150,000 are In hand. i i
Lee Jones, a Negro and his wife 1968, to collect Information : Learn. Depjt to"Serve'isiftJust The money Isparyofthenatinwide '
who sued the developers of the concerning the economic a platitude, Dr. Richard campaign to raise $1.2 4
Paddock Woods subdiclslon in security and economic opportunities V.Moore, B-CC presldenttoldthe million for B-CC's development 1
suburban St. Louis for refusingon of Negroes in 16 counties more than 100 assembled fund, aimed at providing a new
racial grounds to st:11 them 1& of that State. business and professional folk. library and a fine arts building
house and lot. The counties are Autagua, He contended the motto was so on the college campus.

The couple contend that open Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Inculcated in the students' Davis, a member of the B-CC
housing Is the law of the land Choctaw Clarke, Dallas, f2 minds, they were able to "resist board of trustees for four years
the taunts of about 7Choodlums"
under an 1866 civil rights law Green, dale, Lowndes, Macon, said experience had taught him
who invaded Ufe B-
impllmenting the abolition of Marengo, Monroe, PerrySumter CC that the way to strengthen democracy -
last week
slavery. The law said: All and WilcoT. Negroes com- campus one night Is to "support strong
and tried to the male students
citizens of the United States prise 62 percent of the population get people and make them strong-
to them in
Join a riot.
shall have the same right In of these counties. I _er" through education.
"Do
not
succumb to
every state and territory, as The hearing also will appraisethe continue to render service grlefbut" Phillip H. Elliott, speaking
is enjoyed by white citizens laws and policies of the said Rabbi Leon Hurwitz the board of trustees of Embry-
who
thereof, to inherit, purchase,. Federal Government which affect in giving the closing benedic, Riddle Aeronautical Institute
lease, sell, hold and convey the economic opportunities tion mentioned the deaths of here; announced that ERA has
real and personal property.* and the economic security of declared a moratorium on
President Kennedy and Dr.
Th U.S. Court of Appeals for the residents of the 16 counties King ERA?. capital fund dine "un-
and quoted from the Old Testa-
the Eighth Circuit ruled lust as well as the efforts of til Bethune-Cookman's fund
ment to stress the need to
June that neither the constitution Federal, State, and local officials go on drive Is over the top."
his
nor the 1866 clvUrlgfcU ,law and private organizations even The main though tragedy struck.JamesE. Daytona Beach Mayor Eubank,
cited by the couple banned discrimination to ensure equal opportunity speech was by expresse gratification at the
Davis board
chairman of
in private housing in the area of economic "cross section of business and
transactions.The Winn-Dixie Stores, who with
security.The professional people"
turning
suit is being sponsored by hearing will be at Maxwell j his brothers has given the drivea 'out for the meetlngstressed
the American Civil Liberties Air Force Base in Montgomery "challenge gift" of $100,000which 'the need to support the drive
Union. Samuel H. Libermanwlll. on Satruday, April 27; will be turned over to B- by saying.
present the oral argument. Monday, April 29; TwMday, CC only after gifts and pledges CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

April 30; and Wednesday, May ,

11968.In accordance: with the stature YOU DON'T HAVE TO 6r( TO TOWN TO GET

governing the Commission's LEXINGTON, KY,- William Henry Wmlth Is congratulated by the Phoenix Hole 1 here in honor of Frankfort plant employees t
NAACP Head Is hearings the Montgomery hearings Louis Rodenberg, vice president of production of the company, who achieved 25 years of servle during 1961. They were enrolled !
may involve. on 25 years of service with National Distillers in Us Grankfort Into the 25 year Club which! annually, sponsors these LOW PRICES
Dr. John A. Hannah, President area. Adding congratulations areGeorge Donehoo, resldnet dinners Mr. Herrmann, principal speaker at the dinner, ,
Outspoken On of Michigan State University, manager of the National Distillers Frankfort distilleries, and lauded the 25-year men and women for their dedication to i
is chairman and Eugene Pat- Raymong R. Herrmann, Jr., of New York vice president and. the company's Interest.Tuskegee.
terson, Editor of the Atlanta general manager of the company. The occasion was a dinner at DRUG STORE NEEDS !
(Georgia) Constitution, is vice- '
Race Violence chairman of the Commission. Closes Doors
Other members Include: trade with Your N. g b b or boo d Drug StoreWE
WASHINGTON-T o o many Frankle M, Freeman,Associate r 1 WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
local governments appear bent General Counsel of the St. Louis ('World News DigestI Alter Trustee Lock-in .PAPERS. We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescrip
on suppressing racial violence Housing and Land Clearance tins

rather than on devising ways of Authorities; Rev. Theodore M. I By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL TUSKEGEE-Tuskegee Institute,internationally known Alabama
removing the causes of the outbreaks Hesburgh, C.S.C., President of J school, primarily Negro, was closed earlier this week,for an Indefinite -
Roy Wilkins, eiecutlve Notre Dame University;and Robert !ice period, until the president Dr. Luther Roster,bis locked Dixie
director, of the National Association -. S. Rankin, Professor of in trustees, and officials can straighten out the matter of student Pharmacy
for th Advancementof Political Science at Duke Uni TO OUST OK TO QUIT demands, and agreements. Students were told to apply for admission. -

Colored People, told tOO of versity. JOHANhtSeURGNPQTwo moves affecting South Africa .
the nation's top newsmen in an membership in the United Nations have been announced recent- The school, along with others, body voted 1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE([
address before the National Carmichael Asks lu, both of which would mean that South Africa would no longer has been in the throes of administration There were yes. DO demoastra-
Press CHID. be counted in the world the world body.A pro-government newspaper problems These problems Lions The ROTC should not be Phi 353.5591PAY
lie cited proposed legislation Die Beeld, quoted political sources as saylngSouth Afri- resulted,last week,in the continued from a moral
pointof
,
to absolve, automatically, law Brotherly Love ca might quit the UN by the end of April because of strong locklng-ln of 12 of its noted view, according to a student YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
enforcement officers for any opposition ti trustees In a guest douse They
authority It was felt that "Ne
maiming or killing they may do opposition to Us policies On the other hand,the UN Conferenceon were released only when Negro groes are not treated wen, so TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE'SEAFOOD
In the course of disturbance. And Peace, Moves Trade and Developmnt went on record by a vote of 49-18 Sheriff Lucius Amerson reminded why should they prepare them-
Such proposals are nothing less with seven abstentions to ask the UN to amend Us rules to allow ,them of the nearness of
sieves to fight outstd.th.countl7. -
than hunting licenses to kill CHICAGO--Stokely Car- suspension of South Africa unless the country drops her policy the National Guard, already .
when they are second class --
michael has disclosed"undying separate summoned
Negroes development. by orders of the "
citizens at home?
Armored cars, tanks and automatic loci for out people" u one of office of the Alabama governor
weapons are not riot the awn tenets of his new Black NAME CHANGE These trustees spent 13 rather CENTER

control equipment, be sa Id. United Front In Washington. LIS AitA-NPr>-Continuing the Zamblan policy of Africanizing trying hours,along with the president I I" I .--1.
"They are weapons of destruction Another key tenet; That mem the names of the major towns through the country, Fort Jlm..011 .- and, needless today,embarrassing 144 N MYRTLE AVE PH EL 4 14(1
and have no place In an urban ber organizations may not Is now to be knwon as Chlpata. The change promulgated hours, u students .

community irrespective of attack one another. Thus, gang by a statutory Instrument tendered by Slkota Wins, beadof the attempted to emphasize the Importance ... ,... .....| TWIN IMCIAl,
the eaten words and the hot members belonr1nrtobl.rontKrOll ministry of local government and prisons, became effective of their demands. .1 II C
rhetoric of WOIUQ-oe provocateurs participate;) would in rumble. against to last March U. More than 100 National I I BED BASS ,. ..?., lb. 4 9

we are not at war In our Guardsmen wereon hand.There, ,
other black cane members. u BRAND NEW.: BEACH WHITING.... ...*.HeII
cities. The weapons of war. have oth1nc Is more Important APPROVALCOTONONPIVoters were 10 state troopers They .
no place there Chicago now hats to stop these in Dahomey,the former French colony came down, surveyed scene, 1968 VWSEDAN : SPECKLED TROUT lb. 69e
Wilkins warned against letting gang fights' said the formr approved a new draft constitution by a vote of 846, SZMLC93, found everything quiet, and,
/ the tar-out threats of a tinysUver SNCC chairman, whoreported- last week. The approval is caid to be the f1r. step In a returnto after a stay of two hours, left :
of the Negro population ly Joined other black leaders civilian rule following the army cop last December the campus. LARGE SHEEPSHEAD 39c
convert our urban communitiesInto In Among the bisitors was General
breaking up a gang dispute.Carmlchael's .
battlefields, complete with emphasis on AGE BARRIER Lucius Clay, who was released '176850DIUVIMD : FLOUNDER ?. 59e
troops, command posts,general self-lace and the avoidance of NAIROBKNPO- amendment to the Kenry constitution Is by several friendly students .
headquarters, deployed Infighting was a far cry from prsently being considered by parliament which will stymie after he told them be had POMPANO tIO
weaponry, communications the violent Image often given effots of Tom Mboya, minister of economic planning to succeed to catch a plane. U IN |AX .J JU lb
centers and the horrifying war ,to him. tome Kenyatta to the presldvucy. The amendemtn sets the minimum Dr. E.B. Goode, Mobile, said .r"'c',time seat, el 'c- .1 nOUN

Implements of cS., rucUOD, Meeting with representativesof age for presidential candidates at 40. and Mboya Is the students were disgruntled MULLET ROE 89eSHRIMP
Turning to the political ceoe, several militant organizations 36. Kenyatta, now 75 proposes to retire won, because of the denial of certain ::1 1 ?
the NAACP tender uau.d m- Carmichael said another student demands.The lock- .
ardent Johnson as.the man who tenet of his D.C. unbrella organization wtbHALLKtVENGELUANSHYA:: ; In was used to emphasize the I TINSTEAK 110., 35c
"has pointed the way for the was that everh "Ne ZAMBIA-NPI- new protest slogan, bearinga importance of their demands. ; CatlinGriffin-
nation to proceed out of I b e gro" is a potential black man. resemblance to the U.s.toW" Shall OVercome' cropped up Two weeks ago there was a FISH 98c
thicket of racist Injustice .nd The degree of unity, rather recently in this town, during the demonstrations by some 10, flareup at the school The stu- : ::1 ,?., Ik..
confllc' and who has been bet- than the questioned"Communi 000 peope in protest against the slaying of African freedom dents, among other demands, SPANISH MACKEREL
fighters in Rhodesal and South African. The are for the A1-39c:
ter "in pronouncement and In new slogan is asking elimination of Volkswagen I;
ty" or land is what Is Important "
"We Shall '
performance on America's old Revenge compulsory ROTC. '
and emotional problem of race indicated.to the Black front, he The president Dr. Luther H, INC .' KING FISH STEAK .. 59c

than other President in LOST LINK Foster, was also"Prisoner."
any our In : 1250 EAST 8th ST. :
the front, be said, there !Is
history. He has been forthright HomroNNPIRenewing( the ever-pouplar Idea that the Representative Frances Bol- ; CRAB MEAT

on racial discrimination In room militants for,"God conservatlces.,Allah,radicals Uncle western and eastern hemisphere was once a single bodyof ton, Republics of CJ1Io.and Basil 1 354-909J 6I I 6.a.ka.w.. silo CUw ft cues ttaim CMhUN If Iuu&iu 41

housing in education, in em Toms, non-violent and violent land with no ocean separtlng them, a report froma HumbleOil O'Connor, were among the hostg P..LP.L/_. S a
ployment. He has struck at t Refining company's exploration department claims the s.
poverty, the Negro's great thing phllospophles be The maiD parts of Florida and souther-most Georgia were once joined' The annual Founders' Day was
hingedls
bringing with the Mauritanian plateau. called oU.Tuskegee.
enemy. black Deoole together... _"
n. is
one of several
wnigy-i HIM v tmcTH mi sun tiim oil M i MOOT ttutut iisrum cwur, me
schools whose
Blackstone adminstratlve
"Raid"Denied
Rangers MINI-SKIRT RIOT patience has been tried by the

ADDiS ABABANPIA mini-skirt fashion display at the student body, mostly without
By Research Unit HaDe Selassie I university last week was the trigger which violence. However, Claflin College
set of three day violent student demonstration which caused of Orangeburg S.C., ALT
ARGONNE ILL. (NPI-Rumors tbt the Blackstone Rangers the school to close, and in which students battled police with University, Just a few weeks ago % CAKApI@q
gang is going to take over th stones and casualties were reported on both sides abe students were scenes violence Flare-
are flying at the nuclear research center and surroundingareas. were incensed over the DlnI- J.rt fashions worn by ups between state troopers and
wives of foreign ambassadors, prominent Ethoplan women, Negro students resulted in the
The reports became so widespread tht they had to be denied and models. death of one,the Jailing of some,
by the Argonne Advisory Committee on Fair Employment the disrupting of the South t
Practices which said the rumors apparently grew out of the NAIROBI USA Carolina legislature, suspen-
fact that the research center is "considering the mployment" EAST PALA ALTO, CALIF,-(NPI-U Donald Ried technical sions, and the like. t'1NkO.
of some members of the Souslde Chicago gang. wrUer for a local electronic company has anything to Trouble at Bowie State College -
"They need employment Just u you and t We are not in a say about it, the name of this California community with a In Maryland broke out tytuUN
position to remake Indiciduals, but we are la a position to offer Negro majority, will be changed to that of Nairobi, in Kenya. last week, requiring the presence
opprotunities to thoe who can qualify," said the advisory His thinking Is that other cities bear names reflecting thlr of the Guard. Howard
committee. European origins but the African origin of black Americans University, some two weeks

IOU people have meaningful Jobs and opportunitels, they will is not similarly evidenced" His des was so (n of the ordinary ago, was forced to close its

be far too busy trying to do a good Jon and won't have time to the municipal council decldeo to hold a public: bearing doors until peace could be re- Seagram's VO turns up at a lot \ ti.
be molesting the community," added the committee, continuing on the proposal to teat the feeling of the community. stored. The students locked the of parties,That's because it's so popular

: administrators out of the build- Thats because it's so smooth.Seagram's .
"Ture some of these individuals have varied and sundry 12 STATE COUNTRY ings. In all cases the students
backgrounds, but most of these people are not proud of this. LAGc -(NPINot thatlt will do much toward were demanding fairer treat- V.0.The Smooth Canadian. ,

They are, however, turned away by society and have no place Stairs conflict but the vast Federation of Nigeria ending the ment, more say-so In school ,
other their gang to turn to for acceptance and security. 12 new states last March 2L The states assume the functions split into of they affairs called ant the unbearable relaxat on restrictions. of what

"An opportunity to get from insecurity and fear, coupled the four former regions of the country-East West North and -

with a sincere desire by other to lead the way, can make any Midwest. At another school, all'Negro.

for man ganted.or woman" appreaclate the things that many of us take QUIZ SHOWS ,Norfolk State College, Norfolk,

requests were granted for voluntary
The committee cited these rumors, which it felt impelled KITWE, ZAMBIAFifteen Inter-town quit programs of the
ROTC unlimited class
type that if familiar
to refute: fare on American television began the last cuts
and
That the research center In going to allow Individuals to week In March at the local studios of Television Zambia. The English abandonment of an
proflcency examination
run around the site, carrying switchblades guns to "ter programs contents will be centered on various subjects includ required for
graduation An 18-
rify and molest all the good, honest, hardworking people." log politics literature and art. member policy making body



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Bathroom Feature Wearing Wrong The Right Makeup Solves There'll Be A Wedding


Shoes Is A Painful Problems For The BrideWhen


American i Habit the lovely I bride turns from the altar and walks proudly

It will soon be "summertime- back down the aisle on the arm oilier brand new husband her day w rr.
when the ,limping is easy," If Is far from over. In fact, Ifs Just begun! And, for those who are
you're! wearing the wrong shoes sharing this Important day with her, she wants to remain beautifully
groomed.U'uot easy to make repairs such a time but the
Nothing can be more of a dragon
summer fun than hot, aching Avon beauty authorities have come to the lucky bride's aid with / /
helpful tips for her "all-day"
makeim.
wedding
e4
Leather Industlres
feet notes
a.dy ,
Selecting the right paper Press them / 'v
of America. Sunny Days and makeup lightly over
sizzling sidewalks call for foot- should present no problem for the face. When the tissues come i
'Vfl wear that will keep you cool this year's bride. The sheer, away clean, dust on pressed
.. transparent makeup that is The result is \
and dry. Too often,womenwear top powder. a freshly t .
fashion now Is ideal for achievIng mot
made-up look without the invon- ...
flimsy non-porous canvas or : .
plastic shoes that trap moistureand the natural look most venlence of a start-f r o ra- "
brides want. Products such as scratch makeup.The l\
heat and multiply foot dis
comfort. Avon's Vltra-SheerUneotfotlD- wedding over, the honeymoon -

; This summer, show away foot dation, powder, lipstick -and begins-and the bride has .
,
cares with sherbet-cool leather even nail polish-create a lovely a makeup problem that is sharedby ;
footwear. Leather,being an animal glow that complements the every wife: how to look $,
bride's natural f
hide has a built-in "air beauty beautiful at the breakfast table. 1 '
A little extra care in applying Avon has developed this one-
conditioning" system. Its millions w r.
of natural makeup will help It last throughthe minute for a fresh-up before
tny pores per-
mit a contlnous change of air day.Foundation hold makeup coffee: fluff on loose powder i
inside the shoe while slmul- In place, so be sure to use It. with a makeup brush- IS sec ,
'tanelously absorlng foot mlos- Then apply loose powder lavishly. onds; bruch on a powder blush-
ture. This breathln g action .. IS seconds; brush brows ,
keeps feet dry and helps pre- Press powder on with a clean 20 seconds; stroke on lip ii
cotton puff. Let Is set for one gloss- 10 seconds. _
vent chafing and blistering. r
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minute then dust off
excess Brides are also advised to
If, In addition, the shoes are powder. Wring out another piece Invest In a hairpiece for instant The beauty of the bride-to-be U most important I ror that reason, Sally Dicksoo Associates,
Complimenting the trend In bathroom and kitchen fixtures lined holsery In will soft not luxurious and leather shoes, of cotton In cool water, until recofflng. To avoid nighttime representatives of Avon, presents us with this picture of a typical charming bride-to-be. The
:to more dynamic colors, Abitibi plastic finished decorative will slip onand off snag with rlrctlon- quite dry. Press moistened cot- rollers, a wilted hair set can be season of weddings Is approaching. Everything must be Just sot! Beauty tips, then, must be
'panels now include a new avocado florentlne pattern.Featuringa less eII"O.ChoosinG. ton lightly over the face. This revived In the morning with this followed with the sincerest Interest.
long-lasting plastic finished sheild the panels are resistant tool leather shoe routine helps to meld foundation five-minute method: Damp- ,
to water, soil and children.They &iso are scuff and scratch styles best suited to you this and powder so that makeup comb locks onto rollets,secureIn Wood Panels Make An Excellent Decor
resistant and dirt and grease wipe quickly away with a lamp season will pose no problem. lasts longer. place, then douse generously "
cloth. The attractive light green avocade panels harmonizewith Tor ilglitseeiiig, shopping or Before putting lipstick,app. with hair spray. After five (I 1 : '-. Keep Mon Pleased
othr colors and textures of bathrooms, kitchens shower Just strolling about townthe ly foundation and powder over minutes, comb out i I ; i
stalls or utility areas. Family handymen find the Individually current crop of leatherpumpsand the Upline. Draw the lip outline : Ii I With Maxi Sized
wrapped 4x8 foot wall panedl easy to handle,saw nail and drill. sandals will kepp you lighthearted with a lip brush, using a I It I Ij' t _
They make older walls look like new because they completely and Ugbt-footed.They' slightly deeper shade of lipstick FashionsAt I
eliminate wall bulges, cracks and other wall imperfections. re available In ever type of American than the one that is to be worn. Leather BagThis
leather, from sporty Fill In the outline with the A Glance
Welcome nrwi for women brushed waxy and antiqued lea; lighter shade. These techniques Ica l Mother's Day, giver her
with varkonllki. l'omJlanlt'CI thers to the dressier smooth, should get every bride througha They are handpined holsery, ri the gift that's really up to the
the cdtke from the nrlrnllM: surfed and real patent leath long receiving line of hugs that is in black and white, by minute- new mail-sited lea-
DImrn, "A dramatic break through finishes,. and kisses! Val.tlno. The blacks have a ther handbag. The fashion pendulum
hu been Kcompllnhrd: In theM Take your place In the sunleaU.cr When there's time for a touch- rope design running like clocks ha swung back to the big
pprannce serviceable of elastic but plain BlockingsThe bos, shod In fashionable full- up, make the most of It. Be down the sides, and the whites bag, and Mom's wardrobewoo'tbe
lery which hu nerved well for toes flatties, pretty sling-back sure to blot up the excess oils are flocked in white or gold complete without one.
S I generation U ktlll viltablebut hlgU-fronted:. pumps and sum- before adding pressed powder. roses $65 a pair 111! Not only have handbags taken ,
today woman can walk me. sandals. The latter come Have available for this purposea This Easter will highlight mother 'C''ra on added dimensions, reports I
Into any department or drug bcSi In "vlllagey" and stripping few 2 x 3 Inch rectangles of and Daughter costumes with Leather Industries of America '
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS tore and find truly sheer fashion casual and youthfuUDe- ;1i
elastic how. models. plain white tissue wrapping ; ..: they've acquired a whole new
signers are featuring lame .
4wr ', 'to look. Construction loiter,A-
style for mother and daughter
They IURtst,however that duo- BIRMINGHAM, MICH, April I, 1968- New wood trained, vivyl .merican leathrs are at their
"YOUR DOLLAR costumes he confined "young plywood panels, featuring precision cut wide accents grooves, most supple, even detallia Is
mothers and th petit and sUm. look and feel so much like expensive hardwood panels that more feminine.
There are very pretty dresses you'd have to be a woodpecker to tell th difference AvalUble New bag shapes vary from deep
BUYS MORE suits and coats in whltepastel no In from Abltlbt four exclusive color tones olive pecan roomy pouches and swaggers to
i hues, green yellow pink and American walnut spice pecan, and colonial blrchthe handsome the flattest. pancake-y totes.
lavender, acented with lots and vinyl covered wall panels with their low gloss oiled finished, Soft creamy leather textures
I AT YOUR lots of ruffles. look more like wood than wood. Ideal for addmrwarmth and especially to watch for at the
BANNER A number of dresses lor little the look of luxury to any room of the bouse, their low cost grained, smooth waxy,antiqued
and makes them sensible for either homes saffian, embossed and real patent -
girls, some organdies new or for borne Improvement -
QUANTITY SPECIALS GOOD other labrlcs, feature Easter projects. Family handymen find the tad, to handle leathers. To Insure that r
RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY FOOD STORE" egg colors navy and white, red 4x8 foot panel can be nallf sawed, or drilled without worry Mover's gift Is authentic UJS, I
RIGHTS
of face cracking and cpUm.i A tanned leather and not an Imitation -
white and navy, and aU-beige f. professional finishing touch I
or all-yellow, pink and.green. Is provided by Ablllbl color oordlnated moldings and acces or Import check for its
TENDER A pretty dress for girls in sories. Designed for easy care, the wood-grained vinyl wall black-and.Kold< "genuine .Leather" -
the 7-14 Is panels art compltely washable and look tag. This Is the mark of
age group princess new with a wipe of a
BEANS style, slev.eless, and the color damp cloth. They resist mars, scratches, scuffs, as well as maximum value, whether the
is pink. U has Pierrettes stains, burnr and fading. bag ls mail or mini In sice.
JEWELFANCY ruffled colar adorned with a If an everyday handbag of a
burgundy velvet bow and a mod Gift Of Luggage Made sportier type would be to her
cutaway Jacket. liking the collection of casuals -
LB.19C
For Mummle navy blue dres- For The School Grade Is loaded with goodies for
\ sescoats and suits Mom. There are goodsizedtotes
are plentiful.
Give a graduate new leather luggage and take him happily
r Navy is frequently Combined pouches and satchels In
JewelTOTAL from sheepskin to cowhide In
one elegant gift.
handsome
with white or white and hard-wearing trained -
LIMIT FRESH GOLDEN BANTAM red. Navy accessories are Receiving a diploma is an im- of both the high school senior waxy, antique, brushed and
TWO
portan should
PLEASE2 3 LI "In* tats shoes, gloves or event be marked soon off to an out-of-town college smooth leathers. Here youjll;
WITH S3 OR ,$100 by an Important gift. Onethat's
hosiery and the who's
and college entering find there's more In the way of
FOOD CANS CORN 690 Although patriotic red, white sure to reflect the presl' our Jet-age buslnss brass trim, heavier stitching,
10HERSHEY'S EARS of the occasion Is Amerl-
and blue are front runners, ce; world. In fact, It will also serve more extra pockets and compartments -
( 6 IBS] there will be other gay colors cia leather luggage, anything valiantly for vacations of all and even more space
for Spring. White, red and blue t'ira one piece to a coordinate kinds and po a few years or than In new dressy styles.A .
are teamed, black and white, set. There's nothing to matchIt so for family trips. gift sure to bring her plea
u14 and blue end green and brown for elegance, good looks and Another choice, or perhapsan sure Is a beautiful leather bag
._. a <>aeAOKtK.wecu ww. and white are mixed. Stripeswill durability. additional piece, might be a for cocktail: or evening wear.
\ be prominent. Newest luggage leathers are fitted weekender or overnight
Though It
not get the
r may use
''s
NESCAFE INSTANTCOFFEE Striped bonded orion Jersey fighting trim for the hard bag. Also sure to please wouldbe that other tyles do. It will sent
will be seen and plaid with red road ahead. Weight Is down, an unfitted smaller companion her with elegance and galmour
SUGAR has promise. Black patterns but their bides are tough.Lea- case to match his gift sui for many years: Lovely little
and narrow or balDer pole stripes ther Industries of America reports ter. For a change of shape,consider envelops, totes and box bags
HERSHEY'SSUGAR in "psychedelic" color in that special new tanning leather a leatherdufflt roll or many with their own fittings are
such brilliants as orange,green processes Imbue the the top-opened club bag. gleam with Jeweled closings in
S _.e.X. and cerise will make the Spring with a unique resistance to wear For a change of case, a hand- a variety of designs. The
10 oz. scene. and tear so tha hardly a dent, some leather will stand him In leathers exquisite
$100 Among the mix-ousters are scratch or scuff mark will show good streaa on campus,at business these fashioning
JAR
evening accessories include
1 00 /i..l7 .Z. cuddlttcoats by Victor Jorls.He after years of travel.To or while traveling The glowing metal-colored-
0 choose the right piece or newest
LIMIT TWO PLEASE WITH $5.00 mixes plaid and tweed pleated cases range from super leathers smooth and lustre lea-
OR MORE FOOD ORDER 5 IB.mm tweed mid skirt with checked keep of luggage for your grad slim to five-inct job roomy enough thers, saffian genuine patent
of traveling
tweed midi cap and pulled aown in mind the type t hold an extra shirt and wather and
BAGS he will be doing. A full socks on an interesting turtle
overnight
rip
..." p sweater vest with a silk shirt. IDS replle- emnossed leathers.
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IV HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR .lye
For a change of pace, let's take our tastes traveling with Japanese ;
food. Well serve Tempura of course. Very popular today and
Ideal for small informal dinner panies You bring the electric Treat family members to an easy supper that will
skillet to the table and the carefully arranged Tempura foods bring smiles of approval. Baked potatoes are scoopedout
double as'your centerpiece. Then guests dip In and prepare their then restufled with a tasty potatocheesepicklerelish
own dinner. Serve tea throughout the meal. For dessert, fresh
mixture. The potato mixture is extra-light and
fruit with rich little almond cookies. To add more Oriental flair, )
seat guests on cushions around large coffee table. Choose a red fluffy because it is made with evaporated milk. The
r tablecloth, some black accessories fingertip towels ss napkins finishing touch for Hot Potato Dogs is the wiener
us scented with jasmine cologne Simple? That's the beauty of that crowns the stuffed potato. Serve this family-
Japanese hospitality. approved entree soon.
Pour salad oil (3 Inches deep)
Tempura
Into electric skillet or other
1 can (7 ounces) Urge shrimp suitable pan; heat to 350. Dip
9e.y
NI ringed and drained shrimp, pork cubes, vegetable +
4 1 pound lean pork cat Into pieces and pineapple chunks
I/a-Inch cubes into Batter. Fry a few pieces at
a time in hot oil until light
1 green pepper cut Into strips golden brown, about 2 minutes, The meat balls In this main-dish skillet are fashioned! of savory
each 2caInch! Turn pieces to brown on all pork sausage instead of the usual ground beef-and good they
1 stalks celery, cot Into strips, sides. Serve immediately; are. As is customary bread crumbs are added to the meat mixture,
each tyt! Inch guests dip foods Into Sauce and and the ingredients blended with evaporated milk for richness,
y pound fresh mushrooms then Into grated radish. I sere easy shaping and tender moist cooking Though pork sausage is
washed trimmed and sliced ings. seasoned, a bit I of sage I is added:: to the meat mixture and is addedalso
1 can (1 pound 4'/f' ounces) Batter Blend 1'4 cups Bis- to the cooking sauce for flavor emphasis.
pineapple chunks, drained quick 1 cup water and 1 egg Sausage and Hominy SkilletI
Batter (below) until .large lumps have dissolved pound bulk pork sausage V/) teaspoon rubbed sage
Sauce (below) :V4 cup fine dry bread crumbs 2 cans (8 of.each) tomato
How do you like fish? know l II shredded radish,drained Sauce Combine Vi cup soy U teaspoon' rubbed sage sauce
If your unsaturated. So by Finely sauce VI cup water 2 tab % cup evaporated:: milk IV4 cups water
you're like most Americana, serving fish cooked in corn oil Mound shrimp In center of spoons cooking sherry tablespoon Vi cup flour I can ((1 Ib 4 os.) hominy
you like it fried-fried crisp you can cut down your fam- large round serving plate. Arrange drained horseradish 2 I teaspoon salt drained
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and golden and served with a ily'a saturated fat intake. pork cubes,green pepper teaspoons sugar and H teaspoon Dash of pepper I green pepper,cut 'In strips
wedge of lemon. Here are directions for shallow and celery strips, mushroom salt In small bowl. fiend pork sausage with bread crumb' V4 teaspoon
Now,how you fry your fish frying fish in an electric slices and pineapple chunks In. You have a flair for gracious evaporated milk. Divide and chaps| mixture into 18 halls.I Roll; In
is altogether another kettle of frypan. wedges around shrimp. Refrigersta Japanese entertaining I read flour to coat; save remaining flour for sauce. Cook sausage halls
fish. First of all,it depends until serving Ume. It In my tea leaves. HOT POTATO DOGS In large skillet over low heat, turning to brown well. Dip off all

the fish. If you're frying oysters on MIXED FRIED FISH (Makes 6 servings) but 2/to teaspoon 3 tablespoons sage. Stir fat.in Blend tomato In sauce reserved' ,water flour,drained, salt hominv pepperand

shrimp, crab or other (lean finh and dry ?.II. Dust Tricks With Frozen Foods large baking potatoes V4 cup finely' chopped onion and green ....P|...,. Cover and tclltkmo, low heat until sauce feIhirkened ."'
amall fish, Perky about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serves B.
you may prefer to wish flour,cor dunk In anon meal % cup undiluted Carnation V4 cup shredded Cheddar
fry it in shallow or deep fat, falter, nr mat with a eramhling. Evaporated Milk cheese
while if you're frying a fish ..... 2 tablespoons soft butter 1/4 cup sweet pickle relish
att'ak.llsh fillets or whole fish Por MaioU rom oil Into a Vi teaspoon salt 6 wieners Tasty Nutritious
it's better to pan fry it in Vir .klllrt or'frrp.n -.Imbdepth. \4 teaspoon dry mustard
r to V4-inch of fat. Heat ever mediant heal lo 375.
I For frying fish It makes degrees F. on a deep; fsl iKer. Wash and dry unparcd potatoes (do not grease). Bake In Lunches For KidsWhen
I sense to use an oil, such asmometer. or as regMered on ac hot oven (423': F.) 45 to 60 minutes or until done. Remove .
1100 per cent corn oil, that fry pan. Fry fish In kmenra from oven. Cut 'In half lengthwise. Scoop out Insides being the children arrive home for lunch be sure that the
oil 2 !. 3 minute, l.mln. meal you've planned If not only tasty but also nutritious. A
[provides active polyunsatu- ,. brown both cideiw Dr.,.. miitxorbent careful not to break akin Mash potatoes. Add undiluted well-balaneed menu centered around the four fowl groups, If
Irate*. The fat in all fish you paper Carnation Evaporated Milk butter salt and mustard. Reat Important for proper growth and development.The .
until light and fluffy Add onion choose and relish. Mix wise homemaker; serves errant soups often for she know'n;
well. Spoon mixture Into shells. Simmer wieners S min. that they make a valuable contribution to dally nutrient; require
IAMB STUFFED PEPPERSMakes utes. Make 3 diagonal,: silts In each wiener. Place one ments. All the protein, vitamins and minerals provided by milkas
a beverage are also provided by milk I used aa an IngredientIn
wiener cut side up on top of each stuffed potato shell. recipes. Recipes for cream soups, custards I pudding, and
( 6 servings) If )nu are one of the millions of women with IIC'hool-a1r1' children l Place on cookie sheet. Return to oven. Bake 10 minutes cream sauces for uwtablea use liberal amounts of milk and
who has returned the business world, noun fond
to aretitibably
should be served free
.; large green peppers 2 tablespoons chopped |:: high on your list of tlntesaters.. Rennl"as I Is" they' are longer.': Serve Immediately. This i lunch menu includes II creamy onion soup, vegetable and
J Boiling water parsley plenty good, but >ou ran add I >our own Inimitable touch with C-1IWD Printed In UJl.A. (M) cottage cheese ,sn1n l, crackers or bread slicks, an apple for dessert .
(Sail ti teaspoon seasoned salt Wasoninga. and flaxoilngs; or make hearty casseroles of fiwwnegetatiles and milk a* a beverage.
", 'cup butter Dash pepper \ In cream mum and leftover or canned. meat, 'h.h. orneafiml. Onto Soup
Creamy
|U 2 cup sliced onion Vi cup fine dry bread crumbs miiuth'Wateiing. With frozen desserts. fruits In a and jiff concentrates)'. Fur a iMIrlous>ou can fruit whip saute up, Dixie's Breakfast Pancakes 4 cups thinly! diced onion 2 egg yolks,beaten
diced cooked lamb 2
cups tablespoons gaud Ill butter 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
)yet whirl a'parkagi' of frown hejries or jteaches 'In a blender cup
I Cap cook.d rice Parmesan cheese until silksmooth.. SI".n over Ire rream and other tlesserU.Here's 2 tablespoon I flour sauce
jr iy&\ thin lico from stem end of poppers, remote needscook a salad of given beans In dill sour cream that's sophisticated ( Irs It tmatt i>arnkrii) 2 teaspoons. salt 1/2 run shredded Parmesan or
)et quirk and easy to make 3 eggs, separated S/4 cup Bonlrn's amall ru.1I 1/8 teaapNonpxpper Cheddar cheese
covered In small amount of lx>lllna water" 3 lo Siles. flour cottage cheese" 1 quart milk
4
all-purpose
Drain; '|*lnkl. Inoido with alt. Cool. Moll 2 Cues beam ln 1)111 Seam Warn I 4 cup teaspoon salt Haul onion In butter until tender and golden. RI..nlln flour
I iiarkagn (DoLt) Iliiils K: 'e 1 I/il.L) sour milk and cook, stirring constantly, untilsauce
spoons butter auto onion until lightly browned. Com > cup | dram with baleruntil salt and pepper. Add ;
with,, lamb rlro, pnraJey, iipaaoned nail and pepper Krenrh Green Hennswllh 1/2 teastoun| salt In a medium-slue bawl beat egg yolks a rotary Is thickened. Add: a small amount of hot mixture to eggyolks
/Toasted Almonds ,,1/8 laelN"M.1111 w... | thlcki soil lemon-colored. Add flour, salt and cottar constantly. Return yolk mixture to hot mixture
preen uppra with mixture. Molt temnlnlnR'' 2 table vl F I cheeW jth'ntll1I blended.. In a medium-site bowl beat eggwhites beating
I Cook green beans: as directed: on package, irwrIng the 1iag ofalmonds. ; j and add Worcestershire sauce Heat thoroaRhly.'Serve In hot
n.< butter! and comb In with bread crumb and Parmeaana until stiff but not dl')*. Carefully fold beaten. whites 'IntorlMese
Ito not drain. Cool then stir in salt and l .bowls. Sprinkle with Parmesan or Cheddar cheese. Makes
sour ,
.; aprinklo over top of each pepper flake In 375 ; cream mixture. Prop batter by "trasnoonfulf onto a hot, lightly soup .
ilill. Chill. enough for 8 to 8 sen Ings.EDGEWOOD
Sprinkle with resetted almonds before Makes 6-1/1
orate) oven :25 to0 minutea. Serve with aftuce, Ifred. sen-Ing. pressed gilddle.. Cook until golden brown on both side Serve cups soup
about 2 or 4 to 8'Inr"
t ( cups hot with apricot preserves, more cottage cheese" and sausage.

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BEACH, FLA. One of the May features in Miami
Beach vacation entertainment program will be the Miss U.S.A. ..-
Deauty pageant, to be seen close-up here or via CBS '
and television set at home.

More opportunity for public tertalnment honoring the new r
participate Is plan for this Miss United States, with all the !"
1968 edition of the contest ut girls In attendance.
which the United State*delegate Final concert of the winter ,
to the Miss Universe pageant season will be given May 5 by
will be selected. the Miami Beach Synphony oren -
May 13 all the girls from chestra In the auditorium, but
the 50 states and the District the regular summer season d
d Columbia will be on the beach "pops" concert will begin in
in swimsuits for press photographers June.
then will linger an First of summer.long series h. 1
hour longers of free entertainments in Miami
..
hour longer so that amateur Beach's t on Festival'* Is .. "
shetterbugs can give their len scheduled May 1 on the board 4i
see a workout. lawn In front of the Convention
The city will establish a desk hall. Trumpeter Al Hlrt and i:
eta
In the municipal auditorium his band will be featured with :
where the amateurs may sub- fireworks following the musical
mil prints of their best efforts program. r.I u
for prizes, aU of course with- Headliners for other May lawn
out charge. parties will be Thr Brothers 1

Everylbe will be able to get Four on May 8, the Mitchell ....... .
at least.a passing glimpse of Trio May 22 and the Greater \t
y the girls In a motorcade May Miami Marching String band Winfleld Lee Ossle Dads)from of the
% 1 Joe Bass, left) (Burt Lancaster) aDd Joseph/ ( one
14 that will start at the north May 29.Sammy. "mantoman" tight scenes from the "The Scalphunters": This fight was labeled one of tins"dlrtlest"
city limits on Collins Avenue Spear and his orchestra with mud when the
fights in movie history. They are completely covered fights
pass hundreds of hotels south from the JacleCleason show end.
ward to the Miami Beach KenwiU play for free dances' on
nel club and back to the auditorium Saturday night for 12 weeks beginning -
at Wahington Avenue and May 4.Vacationers ENTERTAINMENT AND Golden RushIn
17th Street. of course will CRIES
On May 15 preliminary judging will have all the entertainmentwill Bahaah As
be held In the auditorium, and recreation always available CAMERAS ROLUNQHOLLYWCXDNPJ.A
with the finals sheduled May 18. In this holiday playgroundjjlus new film on racial problems before
7 .The latter will be telecast with bargain summer hotel and a- the cameras: at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios. Entitled Attracts ManyNASSAU
June Lockhart and Bob Bakers partment rates that give unmatched night Hunt, it concerns racial bigotry In the South and wlU
serving as masters of ceremonies luxury for unmatched have Raymond St. Jacques and Barbara McNair in starring roles BAHAMASWhile
before the cameras: prices. speculative activity keeps world
Frank WilliamsAnd The following night Miami SHUTTERED gold markets humming, the Bahamas -
Beach's expanded Convention HELP FIGHT CANCER WITH CHICAGO-Npr>-The Afro-Arts theatre of Phi Cohran was Government has started
hall wlllbe thrown open for the I 'A CHECKUP AND A CHECK ordered closed by police last weekend ostensibly because of a minor gold rush of Its own.
His Rocketeers first time for a dance and en-. lacked an amusement license However,director Cohran claimed The Government has placed on
the closing was ordered after Stokely Carmichael put In an ap sale In .London and Nassau an
penance at the theatre Cobran said be had applied for a license issue of commemorative 2-ka-

Featuring LITTLE BEAVER"Soul NEW AND USED CARPETS AND RUGS last February 29, but had not yet received it rat The gold coins coins.are issued primarily -

ON THE WARPATH as collector's ttenu. They
StuffDo Right Man" "I Feel My Love Coming Down" LINOLEUM ALL SIZES SANTA FE, N.M.-{NPI)>-Memtri of the sprawling Navajo are legal tender but to col-
Indian nation are up In arms over proposed motion picture pro lectors are worth more than
Appearing NightlyCONTINENTAL ject which Is entitled "Nobody Loves a Drunk Indian" The pic- their fact value In toll They
LINOLEUM: CITY ture,,. a proposed product of National General Corporation of were struck.br the Royal Mint
California, was classified by Raymon Natal tribal chairman of to commemorate the first General -
CLUB SEGUE SILVERMAN '5658 L.L TTH AYE., MIAMI the Navajo taste"nation, as "an Injustice to Indians and In extremely Election under the new Bahamas
poor constitution, held in 1967
MANAGER 151-8021 Instantly, collectors all over the
6000 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. world started clamoring for the
5I p.crnnmu: : little IS rate and limited Issued.Splnkft.
FLOWERS IT WIRE PHONE 693-4531 illTO INSURANCE SERVICE _J.'l Son Ud. London and coin of
riTriTriT TnTr n'rrrmfr the Realm Ltd. Nassau are exclusive
Tr T 'i 'iT riTiTnTnTrrrrnri i i NITE 621-6056 ,
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tHCLL'f CITY 'h )
ltUllllVfHYSIC! ; l DiMAGlSI NW. 7* AVE IMthft. world agents.
flewea! "SINCE 1949"THE d.... il HUNG >.JI 'lllI.nIUI_ The coins ae in denomina-
tions of $100, $50, $20 an $10
NOW BURGERCffSTLE All bear on one side the sam
; THERESA FLORIST
lit J portrait of Queen Elizabeth as

P404. 0) ,..... that appearing on current Ba-
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5141 N.W. nTH AVENUE NON OKIO..IA hamain coinage.On .
klVIM* .k""'O. fO* THt UVIN the reverse side, the $100

fj. l: HOMER HAWKINS, JR. RANG FUNERAL HOME: piece, the depicts Santa Columbus Marta flagship -
p
,5780 NW 7th AVENUE The $20 shows
PROPRIETOR MIAMI, FLORIDA 8787 N. W. I7TM AVCNO piece a lighthouse
of the scattered
typical
many
k M. ATMAU
t MANOK N. PATHICK MAMOB
c throughout the 700 coral
''''\ ......,,'"'Wwa."....C'."... riMMM.PHONE .w. MAN. .......*. islands and cays of the sunny
; WILLIAM ((1111)) PARKS JAMES (PETER) CUNN'1NE Bahamas
..."7tIISNEWDCa2 The $10 coin bears the pictured
NEW a fortress a symbol of the

"; ( <<, AtunnuTFRIED KIKI'S BAR .-- 759-8307 Islands'On sale storied we 1,200 past.sets of the
four coins are 180 Bahamian
'SIR lUNCH 0 lOT'
5 ; dollars plus incidental charges
;
DRAFT BEER ON TAP Al'S UPHOLSTERY 5,000 ten-dollar pieces at face
CHICKEN value plus a small fraction. Ic
O;: additln there are 850 proof
5910 II.' 7TH AVENUE DECORATORSAl set Issued at 257 Bahamian

1 1.. DINNER 3."I.ECU OF OI CKEN COLESLAW FIUNCH FRIES ROLU 97< PHONE, 757-9317 MIAMI FLORIDA 33121 TRESVANT i5rj9 N.W. 7TN AVENUE dillars.In Britain under Treaure restriction -

on gold coins and medals
2. BOX of' 9 Pieces of Chicken 210 MANAGER MIAMI, FLORIDA 33121 orly registered collectors
are eligible to buy the issue.In

3. BUCKET 15 Pieces of Chicken 375 Your beautician Nassau the coins may be pru-
professional chased: by national of any country -
knows the answer... not subject to similar re

4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95 gulations.'itie Bahamian $100 gold pieceis

2 PIECES CHICKEN. 4419 N.W. 17 Ave about '{be size of the British
5. SNACK-PACK. FRENCH FRIES ROLLS. 69tTHIS five pound piece and the $10
.. coin corresponds in size to the
>e>
British ball sovereign.
Miami Fla. 33142

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APRIL 20 1961 STAR PAPERS
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The College Student SpeaksOne Dr. King's Breadbasket Works Florida I II''s Negro |"



Teacher Quits Faulty f- ;

of the characteristic tendencies of our post-modern age
is to stand In pious Judgment of those who do not practice our GAINESVILLE r ofe s sor oney said ,last Thursday, that!
'
own brand of nonTlolent violence Spencer Boyer, first' Negro Boyer pointedly stated that be
teacher on the faculty of the University -
We Increasingly find ourselves In a world In which turn the would not come back, althoughhe
other cheek 11 a One Ideal-for other people while "1IJi eye of Florida, who hastily enjoyed his stay and wanted:
left, several days ago, after to remain until June Ms
when
for an eye" Is an accpetable mode of conduct for us. :
But even the "eye for an eye"people do not so designate them r having received what he believed temporary tenure of service;
to be a serious threat
selves '10 hear them tell It,their acts of pillage and belligerence would end = :
from an unidentified caller has tai
are but manifestations of love and efforts to build a more brother But, Boyer argued "Let :
alOCbltJ. given the administration and point out that this was not the:
q student body a firm "No" u to
first threat I received. I had
It Is certainly a hypocritical world we live In, but perhaps the his
return.
West has always been that way. a.. been geeting threatening calls
More than 400 students urged ever since I arrived at the
Our Sacred Scriptures have produced an Ite-than-Intended
effect by calling upon people to abstain from retaliating against Boyer, a visiting professor University, but I didn't believe
from Howard, a graduate of they were serious. The set
their enemies In the name of "turning the other cheek -n expectation JIIt I
few can realistically and seriously live up to. George Washington University Ions call was In the form of 4'

As a result, the Christian West has committed more than Its and of the Harvard School of question, "How would you lil Law, to return. They attemptedto i.
white
share of barbarous acts against Its own kind and others, often In a southern boy to put
explain that be might possibly .32 caliber headfc'
the name of high and glorious Ideals. bullet in your .
Recall, for example, that the U.S. Declaration of Independenceequal have too strongly underscored Dean Maloney said: "We d-:
the call be received which call
plore the event and the serious
; yet chickened out on condemnation slavery truffle.
caused him to evacuate with his
interference
with our acadenfl
And the destructiveness of todays young world wren is buta :
continuation of an ambivalent tradition combining actual violence ,family, to less hazardous processes. We wish for all f&
spheres. know of the outraged reactionin
with of nonviolence.
professions
Law school dean Frank Yatf the loss of
our colleacue.
Somehow, the west cannot strike a happy medium between self

protection and the need to respect others'rights.We must either

clobber our neighbor in the name of loving him, or efface wir-


selves a altogether.That nation takes. steps to defend Itself from its enemies Gibbs Night Club]::

evokes our disapproval, rather than admiration. 4

Such was the fate of the state of Israel, with found itself condemned -
Callahan Fla.I 11 to 3
m a.m
by a unanimous United Nations for attacking Jordanian z p. ,:

guerrilla camp that had been a base of terrorist forays. tw Saturday May 4, 1968 <


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Present-day "morality" is lood.nd demanding.It has an exalted .

sound; yet It suffers from two serious flaws: .. f.. _
It tries to be something the next fellow has to do,.not oneself Ministers of SCLCs Operation Breadbasket open negotiations Associates, public relations firm and the Revs. Edward Rid- In Person

-It subsltutes pious advocacy and lofty musing for one's own with P. Lorlllard at a meeting in Brooklyn. Leading discussion dick, National Research Director, Lorenzo Shepard, Philadelphia -

moral acts, thus covering "a multitude of sins Is the Rev Jesse L. Jackson of Chicago, National Director at William C. Pinks, ThomasvUle N.C. George Criss, JOE 1 1
Even the Presidential elections have not escaped the Influence bead of table, with Manuel Yellen, Lorlllard Board Chairman on Bronx and William Jones, pastor of Bethany Baptist Church

of our nation's presumed Interest in moral values. his right. Others In photograph Include: Robert Brown of B1C where the meeting was held

Whether Robert F. Kennedy, fcugene McCarthy, or Lyndon B.

Johnson should be supported has become largely a debate over l = = = TURNER
which one Is more politically pure and can shed the g- Your Good Health
,
CIVIL RIGHTS

which one Is more politically pure and can shed the biggest crocodile Jr I I By SAMUEL ANDJLMAN:; "Thi Mistir

tears over the suffering of the Vietnamese people. I ROUNDUP SKIN DIVING He should take k course of if Tbi Blies"
The contemporary church has swung from a"SwInCLow, Sweet I J Along with other water sports instruction get the
necessary
Chariot otherworldllnes' moral" concern about current Issues |d By NEGRO PKESS INTERNATIONAL ,1 skin diving Is become Increasingly and have a
equipment, always
that makes the church hardly distinguishable from a political popular. Like all sports, diving partner with him in the

your pleasure in It will depend It Is also to JOE TURNER
sexual water.
ON U necessary
a NONVIOLtNCfc!:
Even Immorality Is given Its aura of propriety. As understand
"communlcs- NEW YORK-NPI)>-The ",ast majority of the nations black on your thoroughly have someone on the surface Sing: Shake, Rattle And Roll Chain Of Love; Flip, Flop And
reflects and
sexual relationship sharing and Its hazards
u a
long people still support nonviolence,Dr.Martin Luther King,Jr., has ing avoiding who know where you are and Fly and many others
tics," it Is moral, we are told. But old-fuhlooed sexual restraints that the The first precauUo n a skin how
long
asserted In answer to Adam Clayton Powell's statement you plan to stay down.
are to be regarded as immoral. diver should take Is to make
The chief hazards
dead.toReuonabl. meaningful nonviolence result from
The civil rights movement has properly made reference to moral era of nonviolent protest was to sure that he Is physically fit; the Increase In With Bobby Williams
according to Dr.King,"Is Just arriving so speat.1b. pressure on the
principles In battl1nCd1scrlmlDatlooan4d.D1alofopportunlt1.But free free from respiratory
dvL-r1&bts remained committed to non- ; any body with
leader slad be gases foot of
this has turned Into a moralizing which tries to make a "blow for infection, epilepsy, perforated descent.Tfaese every the sir Bit Show Aol Dance

social Justice'- ot of every brick thrown through a window. violence.COUKTAClION.. ear drum or any impairment In the middle earnasalslnuses gases are

Race riots are I'fprdeclusoclalprottstsadvocaUncthe; overthrow of btarlnr.I and lungs

of the government, a sign of pious dissent; and disrupting and studentleaders
FRANKFORT, Ky.NPiycivil Nights, peace,
traffic, the building of a new society.In .
close down the
have asked the U.S. District Court to
Chicago, recently, a group of 'peace demonstrators took
Un-American Activities Committee. They and others
over a museum exhibit featuring a game In which one would Attack Kentucky
Vietnam village charge that the committee's actions restrict "the right to dissent Know Your Candidates
of local state and national governments
from the policies ,
It was regarded as immoral the museum to have such an exhibit

.which it may well have been. But the demonstrator's own
strong-arm tactics cancelled out any moral Issues there might BOMB VICTIMS
BOLL,'ueen.-N M -nineteen local white youths have been
have been In their protest. charged in the fire bombing of the home of Mr. and Mrs Howard
The trouble with so much of this morality essentially
Interracial Police said Mrs. Ackerman
couple.
this: It protects against what other people do,while Ignoring what Ackerman an
one does himself. .*. and ber wait husband have experienced several Molot v gpck- V, > 4j.J A \\f..b;
and rock-and-bottle-throwlng attacks, for several ) .. r
talL fire-bomb,
one's behavior and
The business of morality Is to refine own i
months. The charged with arson and conspiracy
teenagers
to make It a shining example and Inspiration to others. i
In from 14 to 18 old.
to commit arson, ranged age years
,
Morality Is characterlcek by one's own self-control: desplot I
' temptations, and one's unwillingness to compromise his principles '
:
. HOW IT FELLS:
In a world which can only shout Its morality.
NPl 1; wonder ba.a American Indian feels
NEW YORK-( )-: vsr I
The moral
Morality s touchstone Is unassuming character.
like when he's presented. on television as a savage, bloodthirstyfiend .
He --
man Is the one who says little about morality-but does much.
John Be Undo executive director National Congress of .
/ ,
.
Is the person who quietly goes about his business avoiding
American Indians answered that question when be declared .
.
wrongdoing when be can, but not making himself a pompous :
before the City Commission on Human Rights,that such depiction \
bore by always talking about morality.
J
Indians them severe economic
of the nation's half-mlWoo causes
And upholding the social order not by organizing '"
morality means ,
problems and loss of self-esteem.Ass.rtlnjthat the Indlan-s situation .:
a committee to study national problems, but by settingan
American black Bellndo aKIowaIanjowarned ;
was similar to that of the man, ,
example of orderliness to eons children. ,
that the Indians parallel that TOPol.LS
response may
leaders their time to
Row many of our community spend trying
save the world," while ignoring their own families? of the Negro.

And who, so often, are the people who fall to shovel their snow
ACTION TAKENANNAPOIZNPOAction
or keep up their property? The leaders of the local propertyowners' *
to stop places that serve liquor e
I
association naturaltylFinally
from discriminating has been taken in Maryland and In Missouri.In ..
is of cause-and-effect.
morality a simple proposition
Annapolis, the House Delegates approved a bill outlawing
One reaps what be cows. racUl discrimination in MaryUnd Uverm, after the state Senate ...(
U one spends his time with his children, offering them the discipline "
for
took similar action. The measure back to the Senate
goes
V
love and training they need be wW likely not have Juvenile concurrence on a minor House amendment Meanwhile Jefferson

delinquents on his hands. the state Commission Human Rights satisfactorily ,
Mo. on
"
,
But if be ignores his children while blaming everyone but himself .
settled complaint of racial discrimination lodged against'
for their shortcomings, his will be the burden of guilt when a oJ
Colville s Liquors in Macao The commission upheld a woman ""-

they mess tp.Oldfashioned. who said the place refused to serve her and threw other per. Don't Let Anybody You In To Vote
morality may have been to crotchety emphasizing because they were Negroes. The establishment agreed to Inte Rope For Some. Jerk 3
to cursing dancing
cpposltlqn drinking gambling, ,

carousing.But it, at least, had undeniably a virtue that today s mod. grate. Attend The 3

moralitydoesnthave.. On Your Feet Mississippi
It had a central concern about how we ourselves conduct our


lives. -.... WARTSA wart.common and adolesence disease of the childhood plantar Negro LeaderIs Know Your Candidates RallySt. i



President Johnson must be as baffled as anyone else about his The exactly cause of this disease Discharged

forthcoming departure from polities. is unknown but may theories

Only four years ago be had achieved one of the most overwhelming have been put forth.The Paul AME Church-13th & Myrtle

electoral majorities in any Presidential election But most common accepted theory WOODVILLE, M S.-oneof .
DOW be was one of the most unpopular Presidents in U.S. history is that this disease is caused the Negroes elected to office ,

challenged by two major contenders in his own party and bu a virus. in Mississippi last year has .

disliked by many members of the very minority groups on whose This, disease takes the formof been ordered removed from
behalf be did so much. a corn or vailous because his post as a Wilkinson County SATURDAY, APRIL 27
.
Before announcing his decision not to run for re-election the the actual growth Is usually supervisor after beingcon -i

President must have .wondered: "what can I do to regain my covered by a layer of callous vlcted of a felony 7:30 P.M. ;

favorable mMb. But on further thought, be must have realized that nothing couldbe This growth can be very pain removed the day after he

done and that be was simply the innocent victim of circumstances ful upon Its location. was convicted of interfering .Ask Question ;

beyond his control.In A wart In thfl arrh of the end of with state liquor agents who
19M, Mr. Johnson was the hero of many of the very people the toes may not be as painful tried to examine a beer permit .w.

who so scathingly denounce him today. He was warmly admired in as one located directly on the at a Woodvllle cafe. Circuit v Heir It FroM Their Ow Months J .

liberal circles for getting more civil rights measures passed ball of the foot.It Court Judge James Torrey .
than any other President in history. Is improtant to consider ordered his removal which "

Never mind his Texan accent. It was his actions that counted. these_ growths as contagiousand wu mandatory under state R .* :

But then, the Vietnam conflict s deadly fury began to mount. And to take precaution law. .

With it came a rlsingantlpathytothewar It Is officially against spread every to other individuals JoUiff was convicted by a Jury 4 11 let Them Tell YOU What n
caled action.
a police or other parts of one's of 10 white men and two Negro
But it wasn't Just the warfare that was hated. The "powers. body. men, then sentenced to two %

that-be," the ".5tabl1 .ment," were blamed for promoting it. A child must not be allowedto years in prison for five years They Will De Is Office J

And that, ultimately, mean President Johnson run barefoot in the house probation. He said be would
The President IliAd another cross to bear, on the domestic appeal.
or in such places as the school
scene. shower. Even the transference The charge grew out of an Incident
Until i9S9, be had, u U.S. Senator from a Southern state, of a stocking from one foot to 'last Sept. 5. when two All Citizens InvitedFREE

opposed most civil-rights measures-which was Just fine with the other could lead infection ;Alcoholic Beverage Control
the white folks back home.
Treatments for plantar warts Division agents tried to inspect -
But then be dramatically shifted first by disassociating himself at cafe
are many and vaired but the the beer permit a
from the pro-segregation Southern Manifesto, and then by owned by Gladys Davis.Jolllfl !
most commonly used Is the destruction -
getting two civil rights bills passed as Senate majority leader. of the growth by strong said be tried to keep them out REFRESHMENTS FOR VOTERS j'

.They weren't praticulary stone laws, but they were the first chemicals. This is easily carried because they did not have a t.I"
such measures In this centuy, paving the way for later rights warrantalthough they told him
out In the podiatrist's office
legislation. I ind Is relatively painless. they did not need not for a license Sponsored Iy The Dvvsl Civic Association 3 3II
Mr. Johnson had stuck his neck out to get those bills passed at Otbe methods of treatment inspection:

a time when civil rights was not a popular Issue. It was obvious with The ABCD said the law contains .
are freezing carbon dioxide
he had more In mind than representing his white constituents. I With The
snow, el tr -surcer) and no requirement for a Cooperation Florida Stir :
direct surgery. warrant to Inspect permits.









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Ford Motor Company Gives 5 till "a n College: Honored Tuskegee Architects Are

.

I Two Negroes Big ChancesGerald 4 ':;I'l': t. J\\ .1, f i 'I t t,. .,I It Tops In SE Competitions


Hollowell and Charles Tlsdale both have new Jobs at I i 'f.f''f.f'1; Tuskegee Institute's senior architecture class wasamongthreeschools

Ford Motor Company-es trainee foremen at the Dearborn ; I ; I In the Southeast selected participate in the Association

(Mich.) Frame Plant :! :' I of Collegiate Schools Architecture Southeastern regional meet-

lor a department held last week at Institute In
Each Is responsible A graduate of Highland Park i Ing Hampton Virginia.

In the plant and deny School, he Joined Ford in Sep.tember,1964asastockhandler l Although representatives of plore In the field, the urban
must blend the right combination
several schools attended the
}.I problems that best our cities.
of personnel, material and at the Dearborn Iron Foundry in conference, only three gave.esenations. This approach gives the student

machines to help complete finished the Rouge manufacturing area.A ,.. The three in- of architecture a better under-
frames for Ford and month later he was trans- c.uded, besides Tuskegee Institute standing of the people for whom

Lincoln-Mercury passengercars. ferred to the Fram plant At the Clemson University, and with whom he will be designing
time of his promotion, he was a and North Carolina State University the future of urban Am
Hollowell, 27, Is a high school
$3.46an at
press operator, earning Raleigh. erica."
graduate. Mr. Tisdale, also 27, hour. In keeping with the theme of the Professor Slembleda also emphasized

is a college gradutate. He and his wife, Emma Jean, conference, "The Contribution the significance of enabling -
fut-
both have a bright
"They" have three children. They live at of Multi-Disciplinary, Community students to attend a regional -
.ure, says Harvey T. Procter, Vista Detroit Problem Soving Projects
123 East Buena conference. He said,
Industrial relations man-
plant Hollowell is one of many to Architectural Education "The students gained much
age. "There are plenty of opportunities and i ," Tuskegee students presented
trainee foremen production. from attending this conference.
for both of them to
supervisors to come from the a project which they They had the opportunity meet
move to jobs of greater responsibility -
up hourly ranks at the Dearborn completed last semester entit- with other faculty and studentsof
and pay. It s up to Frame plant and other Ford Mo- led "A Housing Program for architecture, and to see whatIs

them.* tor Company Plants within the Tuskegee, Alabama." being accomplished outsidethe
The Dearborn Frame Plant recently -
Rouge. Two students from Tuskegee State of Alabama."
sent a letter to hourly made the after an
"After six months of Instruction presentation,
employees of the plant, urging andon-the-Jobtrrudngtheybecome Introduction to the project was
them to consider submitting an full-fledged production r given by William Slembleda,. Tops In

application for the plant trainee supervisors, nocter bays professor of city planning at
foreman program. Hollowell Tuskegee Institute. The first AdvertisingKathryn

responded and was accepted. student, John Gilliard,presented -
.., results of the student surveyof
the present housing situation .y

p1 in Tuskegee, and a supply and
I HOME demand model for housing from

( the present time up to 1972.
The second student
: 11 Riley t
OWNERSCONSOLIDATE Jacobs, presented solutions to
the housing problem Includingeach
of the areas where a demand -
exists low-cost s
: housing,
.
YOUR BILLS tit moderate Income housing, elderly

WITH A lit OR housing, college housing
2nd MORTGAGE Dr. Harold Stinson, President of Stlllman College Tuscaloosa, lion to Institutions of higher learnin mthe United States. Attending and speculative housing. tf.:'
Ala accepts a check for S2.000 from Il.K.Meyers, Birmingham the presentation with Mr. Meyers are Sterling Kltiiah After the presentation, the ,.
LOAN ANDREDUCE District Sales Manager forth Gull Oil Corporation.The check Manager of Miller OllCo.aGulf distributor In Tuscaloosa, and audience was allowed time to JJ LL

YOUR covered and unrestricted grant to the school under Gulfs Aid Emerson H. Packer Gulf Sales Reprsentatlve. ask questions and offer com November
MONTHLYPAYMENTS' to Education program which annually distributes about$2 mil- ments. The audience was composed Grigsby,
14, 1967, became assistant to the
of architecture facultyand
students from several col- regional advertising director,

HOMESTEAD J r SLAPP Attorneys Battle Wins Bowling BerthMamie leges in the Southeast. W.L.of Crowe the F.W.Woolworth, of the Pacific Region -

According to Professor Stem
?
Miss Crisgby also advertising

Investment Corpoi or: For Young Negro's Life bleda well, the received student and presentationwas the pro- graduate pony of coordinator.to Massachusetts She is A

1865 Avenue ject was praised for its method
ATLANTA-SLAPP Howard Moore College of Art Brookline She
ADDRESS attorneys Jr., and Peter E.
MAILING P. O. BOX 9( o of involving students In their
Rlndskopf are appealing to the United States Court of Appeals for has served on advertisingstaffs
32238:
FLORIDA community. He stated "More
JACKSONVILLE the Fifth Circuit today to keep a young Atlanta' father from being n e of several Boston-area
and more architecture schoolsare
ANYTIME! o 765-7014 condemned to possible death because of a telephone call. moving to give their students department store chains is an

"""...trr. :: 1 their Moore brief and that Rlnskopf Sylvester state Nel-In of the community (it's all white) the opportunity to ex- assistant.

that the board members do not

the loins Nation, a Negro of Islam and a, was member ordered of- understand understand the nor religious did they teach-try to :: ; Canidate For State Attorney

to report for induction after

draft case board was not members worth reopening decidedhis ings Basically of Nelloms', the SLAPP religion.Attorneys I Named Negro As Public DefenderNEW

are charging that Nelloms,
during a telephone conversation (NPTV-New York send Us first Neiro!Senate'
a member ot a well known Atlanta YOKK- may
; that the composition of family who was an honor tow candidates win In their recently announces: campaisns.
the board Is not representative.
This isJthe student in grade school and now In New York, the contender too, who wants to represent his
studying at Georgia State College Is Manhattan Borough President district In Congress.

nicest HISSINGS! BUSSING) seeking a degree In Business kdevl Percy L=:. Sutton, whp u Missouri has never bad Negro

Admlnstratlon, has fallen running for U.S. Senator u a In Congress.
-, The. man born with the gift. representation
) Rev Roosevelt Franklin of Macon victim to a racist Selective peace candidate. The first black man to seek
smoothest Georgia It is through God Service Board and has been denied In Mlssorul, Its Erne,i Cal- election to the U.S. Senate from
of his rights as a assistant director of
many loway
,
that I can remove all evil con- New York Sutton will run
Bourbon citizen research for th_Reamsters Un- COP Senator Jacob Jav-
ditions against
some questions you may The SLAPP brief that
wish \ know, says Its.
<
ever to come when Nelloms turned in his LBJ Tells DAR Sutton described himself as a
Form 150 asking for conscientious '
DO YOU NEED:: MONEY dove-or opponent of the Viet-
out of IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? objector status, "...thi 'qS I Ir Equal Rights man conflict He noted bow .
board members decided on the
CAN MY HUSBAND STOF ever, that be had served In the
DRINKING? telephone that there had been no' Korean War and World War, U.

Kentucky.Find CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RE- change in circumstance author Are Paramount As a black man, be said, be

TURNED? ising them toreopeaappellant'sclassUication. was pioneering in "swimming
The Clerk herself WAS 1UNCTOH-President out Into the mainstream."
roc admitted that she knew nothing London B. Johnson,In greetings
out for
candidate
They call me the (Kootman). The came
3ut I am only a servant of Cod of the Religion ollslam'and sent to the seventy-seventh annual greater domestic spending

because God 1s the answer to that the Board members Robinson, Florida AIM University junior physical convention of the biased, despite the Vietnam war.

all life's probelms. I am the with whom she spoke, each of ucation major front Orlando, displays the form that earned her hard core, perennially pre lie 1s running In the reap-
whom were also white; did not a berth In the judiced, Daughters of the Am- Frist
Kind of all Day Prci heL Send wrman'.Inler stlon4CoUegtate Championships, portioned Congressionaldistrict
for aske her any details of the re- that will be held San Antonio erican Revolution, declared, which -
my special hekcted Bible in Texas on April guth through nt s.ua. geographically
out verses To be readon SPECIAL ligion. 23rd. Miss Robinson was Invited to participate the national "We have given our solemn covers one of the
Nelloms has challenged the pldege that we will guard the
DAYS. championships after she place first In all events of the regional many massive urban problem
authority of his draft board to freedom of those who call
yourself. Send a self-addressed stamp. association ofCollega Unions Women's Bowling Tournament, he upon pockets that dory sea the Am-
order him for Induction at from Can
ed envelope and $2,00 for Bible all is the daughter of Mrs.Anna Robinson of BIde 46 Apt. U, Mur- us foreign lands. we do erican economy and distort the
Only 3.M Pi. verses and spiritual Messages.You "based upon the ecluslon of chlnson Terrace Orlndo.EDUCATIONAL. any less for thulgbtundfreedoms social fabric of the American
will receive Bible verses members of his race from the of our own citizens? city"

''by return mall Local Board and the Boards of President Johnson was repre- Former NAACP branch president

SEND TO: the State of Georgia;' (National 4'WM ....,; Calloway said be would,

Rev. Roosevelt Franklin Adivsory Commission figures ROUNDUP : ..-:.... as Congressman, tackle civil
the Selective Service
630 Morrow Avenue on rights problems, and others,as
SC PROOF O IMS. ECHO SPRING DISTILLERY. LOUISVILLE, KY. Sys.e: show the State of Geor
'Macon 41301 well.
Georgia to have By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALLAB
gia 0.2 of
percent the
I specialize In all case work. The two candidates are part of
.Phone area code:912-745-6475. 509 Board members who are \ large group of black contenders
Negroes while 28.5 perceii of
I the population of 't Site is COURSE) lor seats on Capitol Hill.
:
Previously announced candi
Negro.) WASHINGTON-{NPI)-How's this for a lab course In race dates for the U.s. House of Representatives -
SLAPP is a rapid. growing relations: Two California universities will offer full course to
OWN organization de e.o''''ng across 70 students spending the spring quarter amid Dr. Martin Luther James Farmer are:

WHY : {{ the south in res o..i tl 9 increasing King's spring demonstration In the nation's capital.At the seen Brooklyn; A dam, running Clayton in

numbers of people of the ucul MSt-X; the Politics of
protest action., Analysis : Powell; James Meredith Louis
;
PAY f YOUR who, because they are engaging Race RelationS' will be offered to 40 students from the University Stokes running in Cleveland .
= 1 in peace activities which are in of California at Berkeley, and :3u students from Stan- .. WILLIAM SULLIVAN Miss Geraldine Williams ;
,campaigning -
y OWN! opposition to the interests of ford University also will observe the goings-on for college ...DAR president -against him: A. A.
RENT?
the "power structure"are likely credit. The students will live In the tentcity being set up for the sented by Mayor Walter Wash (Sammy) Rayner. challenging
to face prosecution harrass-
April 22 "mobl hratim for the poor." ington Negro Mayor of the Incumbent Re. Dawson
ment, or even persecution. The city ; Augustus -
NEW BRICK HOME! SLAPP Attorneys are enteringthe TUSKEGEE BOYCOTT of lawmakers. The historical A. (Gus) Savage, running

WE CUSTOM BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR ACRES Nelloms case after successfully TUSKEGEE, Ala.-(NM>->cud<;nts boycotted Tuskegve! insti- and almost critical communication against a white Incumbent la
defending Emmett Doe, i tute ana picketed its building: in it protest ginst conditions at was given by Mayor Wash. Chicago; Wesley South, running
BRICK VENEER HARDWOOD FLOORS Vlet-Nam Negro veteran accused the private college Their complaints dealt with the awarding of Ington to Mrs.WUllamSuWvaJl, against white opponents in Chic

TILE BATHS AMPLE CLOSET AREA of calling his superior officer athletic scholarship grants, campus curfew rules, and relaxation president of the women's bastion ago,
BEAUTIFUL BIRCH WE BUILD FOR ANY.
CABINETS ONE ANYWERE a "white bastard;' A of the compulsory ROTC regulations. of prejudice.The .
special court martial consisting message came one day Negros Can
of five NEW PRINCIPAL .after a somewhat nonsensical
DOWN PAYMENTPAYMENTS Army officials acquittedDoe
NO of the charge against him NEW YORK-NPI-Controverslallntermediate School 201 has declaration by Mrs. Sullivan to
Now
a new acting principal, Ronald Evans, a black educator, who the effect that Crlspus Attacks, Have CareerIn
AS LOW AS 48.15 MONTIIr.YF.IIA. emphasized that the bcnool was stun run by the board of educ history's Negro hero on Boston

FINANCED SOMETHING ELSEWASHlNGTONNPI uon. Evans said his control of the institution was nebulous, Commons in 1770, was a rioter Foreign Service
but he asserted that he would exercise, administrative leadership The southerner further said,
)>- Discrimination .' The school is to be turned over to a Harlem governing "He actually took part In a riot WASHlNGTON-r-(NPI)-

Lifetime Homes Inc. D.C. are nothing new.. board, which so la has not been regognized. which was held before the estab Negroes with a,penchant for a

But when they're made In Wash FIRST IN DETROIT'DETROITNPIMarry lished date of the Revolution, career in the U.S. Forel'gnservice
ington state, that's somethingelse. April 19,1775.Crlspus may be able to realize
) Minor 21 of Washington has become
-------------------------------- The accusations Attucks: was killed in 'their dream now that the State
I were the first Negro to be elected president of the University of Detroit ,
LIFETIME HOMES the department has Instituted
INC. MAIL THIS COUPON aired before a Congressionalwho Boston Massacre of 1770. an experimental -
I 10455 ATLANTIC BLVD. FOR MORE INFORMATION said automobile Insurance student government. A psychology major Minor got almost as He has been recorded In history program which enables

I PH. 724-6222 I 'copanles Jn tha Northwest many votes as his two opponents together. as one of few Negro fight limited numbers of sel

KAMIADDRftl ., ... .. state discriminate against Negroes WORDPLAY ers. ected young Negroes and a few
I Indians, aircraft work The DAR created Spanish Americans to
h a furore bypassthe
.. .. .
I CITY .. : ., .. ..... STATI ::::':':: :::::: ::':::. ers children's, and parents hair cut who the have wrong theirs to CIUCACiU--\Nt'I-The replace the word Negro loc with i oord the term ot educ African-American ton has urged In official many to years permit ago Marian when Anderson It refused and after eight-hour three years written training exam,

TILIFHONI .. ., It N. .. way. Vertrees recommended a use. The plea came from the Conference on Education renowned singer, from ap win direct appointment to the
I T.NM... .... d I.I..d ,.,. "., .. federal study of Insurance com- versus Racism, a parley sponsored by the Chicago Teachers UnIon pasting In concert in its hallow service-if they are competi

I I tm ...1..4..1 rj 2-t<4iMM Q a-..4._ Q ...<4rMmMr ponies. The terms African-American and black are preferred by ed halls. However, several art- tive. Despite expanded efforts

U to ,.14 Iw C *" D NS lone many militant Negroes, the racially mixed confernce noted. ists have since appeared there. to recruit Negroes over the past
at
L nJ your "pr<.."t.tI.! t* .1.l MI* mere informttio* Q Yi 0 N. I Mishaps YORK Death in Miss Anderson was presented seven years, few have been able
.J NEW TARNISHED MODELHAR'lSDALE :: on the steps of the Lincoln to clear the written
---------------------------------- Mem exam.
I home atddenu in the United N.Y.-ym)-woodnnds high School,often citedas orial, In 1939,and sang to thousands hurdle. If the experiment is
States increased 5.4 per cent a model of quality, Integrated education,bitS been hit by fighting more than could have en- successful. Orientals and American
from 28,000 in 1 1165! to 29,500 between Negro and white youngsters. Four white students Indians will be Included,
in 111*f were arrested after the fracas. in the program



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SATURDAY APRIL 20 1968 STAR PAPERS PAGE 13..



Jimmy Williams Joins Eartha White Community Boxing Team Kluxei I caps I


May lose 11

'Raines High Takes LeadIn Physical I Fitness Coach Guinyard Believes law Prevails


Pugilish Has Big Future <"
Bob CfflCAGONPlDonaId Heath *
Hayes Track MeetRaines
Jimmy Williams Is the newest amateur boxer to Join the Ears Illinois grand dragon of the Ka

tha White Community Center's promidlng roster of pugilists. Klux Klan, has another kick In ,,
High School swamped an competitors in the Bob Hays Coach Julius Gulyardcoach at puncher. His defense Is poor'at the pants coming after being 9
Invitational Track Meet at Northwestern High School Ust Frl- = I
suspended as a policeman.Ris
the center, has expressed great the moment, and he is not as j
d4. satisfaction at the addition of aggressive as Is needed.A landlord Is planning court ac5

Raines accumulated L5 points Lewis James,Cummings Jerry ? Williams to the list. Gulnyard good prospect Is Irvin Co-. tlon to get Heath to move out. ,

Including s.Vvu first -.lace' Hall and Ronnie Hall, Ronnie has said that Williams possesses hen 147. He is In fair con- The Chicago police board Is to (
rule 5
filed
matches next closet great possibilities dition has a good defense and April on charges ,
wu Je- Hall also set a 100-nrd dash the the
sup, Gal Nortnwisde, with 71 figures In 1967, came out witha "Williams Is a perpetual motion Is the state .A.U.. champion. by department against
KKK
boss and two other
\/ points. final of 9,8.Following athlete," said Gulnyard.He .He Is a student at William alleged ;'
members of klan cell for of-
Individual honors went to VIkIngs the top two teams runs an average of 25 miles Raines High school Jimmy Mc-. a <
racial
lithe
misconduct
Dallas Robinson Ronnie were Savahhan Johnson, 6 ,S.- "-per week. e Is continually mo -. Fadden, 160, is a good prospectIn Klansmen charges will
the
Hall and James Curamlngs.Eacb vannah Tompkins, 43; Butler, log, keeping himself In top con good condition, fast ,a light are lose upheld their j,
collected 12 points 33 1/2; Brunswick, Ga Ristey, dltlon. Williams is 18 years of puncher and aggressive. police Jobs. {

Leroy Lewis accounted for the 24; Palatka Central 14, Swuton age and weighs 162 pounds. Levaughn Stokes, 160, show .

only record change In Individual Vocational H; CUy High,!!. Gunlyard has praise for all good potentialities. At the mo- .
events with a 6-5 high lump Ronnie Hall won the Nat Wash the members of the team. He ment he is In fair conditionals
British Trophy of Northwest Ington award for being the most said that, because of their vitual coordination 1 II moor, but he Is 9 tt

held the old record la 1967 outstanding performer. He won .Invincibility the Center has a hard puncher. He is fair on

Tyrone later .et a record of the 100-yard dash and was on difficulty finding competition. speed I HAIR POMADE
two winning relay teams. Ro The Center Is busy with ath- Rochester Vlck, 145 pounds is I P dR Keeps Hair
Raines erased die old takings binson was a two-time relay .n" letes, Clen Kleckley, co-cap- Neat and
figure for th 880, coming In victor and was the No. 3 run- Eartha White Community cusses In physical fitness have helped maintain good betttn or to taro, returned fro m the Nation in poor condition fast, without' t WeU.G roomed

with R 81 1 6 and a closeout effort ner on two relay outfits Improve. Physical fitness condition classes are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 3 to AAU Boxing Cahmplonshlp defense a soft puncher, not aggressive ", All Day
of 1.29.5 Fast on feet were 3:30 p.m. The half hour Is well spent. John M. Robinson is the instructor. Julius Gulnyard Is In Maumee, Ohio last week. He and cannot take the solid i

general supervisor of the center. All insterested In better health are free to visit or contact spoke atf the fine type of work punch. Ne.Dmtlni. InBfOtttf Pomade MURRAY'S orkt woixlm Halt M ;
Mr Guinyard. done the tryouts and said Coach Gulnyard and his staff kinky nirdwn.n..|. hlr. ApriMhi
I Horace Lovett And UM mornlns. hilt keep that 1.o.lk.d"
FAMU he might go back for the Olympic are lending every effort toward took >U day. a.IW5.lloa K
trials on September 4,5 an' set of athletes tuiranixd. O t cn..r..a
building a good MURRAY'S ,
Join Hands On New Records Hints On Wrestling 6.Gulnyard Training session are held at dnilndcotmctrtecounuti. On ula today M/

Is now In the process the Center Monday, Wednesdayand tmyumiiHiit-| ,

TA..LAfw. E-, ..LA.- Superstars come and go on florid. ....". of arranging bouts with United Thursday from to 8 p.m. N.NNM! '
I .AIM University athletic teams, but the latest addition to th. States Service teams. Ke listed Boxers must be in good co- MU3PA s

list present a start contrast when compared with former Rat- .... some of qualities of the Ear- ditlon before trying for the shall slit 35 i iMDRun ll..r_+

ler heroes He cannot run a 100 yards In less than ten. econds. Itn:1''ma Into competition which should with team. soraioi nototn ti.4N .

wears glasses and answers to the name of Chubby. the U.S.Boxers. CUfWti MrMI, aid 4Ot

nu actual name U Horac big stick and a very accurate Jimmy Slaughter, 135, Florida _

Lovett, he.stands six feet even AAU novice champion, Is fasta
weighs zv pounds, and he is toe.Using his toe he has scored smart boxer, and is In extremely -
a sophomore from SavannahGa 62 points for the Rattlers football good physical condition WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENO

He speJcs suftly out carries. a team In two years. For He is aggressive and alight WAITING-CREDIT APPROVED[ ON SPOT!

his efforts his teammates and puncher G3 BUICK LE SABRE H.TOP $1791:
coaches voted him the rookie Smith 133 Is
Livestock Team Jimmy a runner- IN,
of the year In his freshman: up lathe state A.A.U. novice division 64 aiavMCftif: STA. rra
and offensive lineman fwaTl .
season 66 I3'O IlK; hlviERAiH.TT: S3203WRXiTi'iyv'Siiviiiv' !)
Wins Honors of th t year this past football He Is rated u a good ;' ';: uroviMi' flEC, wiwco-**, "<"

season. y boxer, with a much itamlna.He &.1 VOLKSWAGEN rUH . $ 7Q5
TALL HASsk.E .x-. F. rl- Using the stick, he u emerged Is a student at Northwestern "
67 N>NT. CATALINA .. $2895
da AIM Unlvers\t took first: of the most powerful hit- Junior Smith
u one HIp Isaggreslve 1.'Z.h.H.fO, AIR CONDITION LIKI NtW. MCTORV W'.11.
place honors In team ratings ter ever to play on a Rattler and fair at punching. BUICK
66 WILDCAT 2-DR. HARDTOP .. $2493
during the 15th annual Regional baseball team. lie Is of the Jackson 125 Is
one k Gary a run v'v coot WIT 5C, SCSI Nuv
Collegiate Uvestock Judging few baseball players to hit a ball r= ner up In the state novice division 66 CHI IMF oC 4-DOOR HARbTTOP .,, .$2195

Soceity that was held recently out of the spacious Rattler diamond At the moment Jackson 65 ... I'ib.5 D f t Y: } I 7NDITIOND.: .NUARYI I.NURAY$i695VI
at All TStat.University of North than three is In need
on more occa of forwardnessand "OWl" IiltilNo. Ale tOADY
g wDArKit
Carolina In Greensboro. sions. Recently, be became the Wrestling Is one of the real popular sports at the Eartha White Center. In the above picture 1s working toward building 67 CII' vnotih M IMPALA Iu.r .$2693

Representing the School of first Rattler to bit three co- John Robinson, a student at Edward Water College is the Instructor. These classes are held up physically His strongest DOS : va lilt 0. UIIIO a NIAe
r rtflNTI
Agriculture Dr. Lee E. Evans secutlve home runs In one Monday and Wednesday from 3:30: to 4:30.Weight. session now Is the ability M ,, lt'/:: tl1 '
67 CII :V. STA. WAG. g PASS.$2903K'VloS
and four student Agriculture of them cleared the about
game, one move fast. *'* *'"""". *.*". AUIOWAIIC ISAAC< AIR CON.
majors racked up.2178 points* centerfield, fence that had a 4 to George Austin, 139, II a good 65 PONTIAC CATALINA .$1795
than AT State mark Lifting He 1s !
Twenty more on It. prospect. an aggressive '
University, their closest competitor Long home runs are not new smart, boxer, fast and In good 67 iwsTAMiVT" rvr'Tr-r I. "rrsAI
to Lovett u a sophomore In physical condition. He Is hard .M CONOITIONIO. AUTOMATIC TRANS fOWIR lltlRINO.

The FAMU team received 14 high sncool, he bit what has puncher. 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III V-8 H $2695
awards including four Indlv- been rated as one of the longest fIJ. Alvoda Ferguson 149, according Utn AtcRN.r0W1RIItt5.ASSCONO.PACT.waps"Iv I :
lUVIERA . ,$2293
dual participation awards, four home runs hit In the state 1J to the coach Is In fair "

Individual high team awards, of Georgia during the state q {f condition, somewhat slow, a 63 CUlRLWvV SUPER SPORT .. $1795
two awards In the beef cattle baebtll tournament-- Reportedly ,light puncher AUTOMATIC T TAX V5 (TIIRINO. AIR IONO
67 RAM BLEU 77&. AIR COND. .. ...1..,..$2193
the team ball stul when.U John another promisIng
category, over'top the ws rising Young, WARRANTY
overall award, one award wach cleared a SsO: root mark In' r boxer weighs 145 pounds. 59 CAI Li.s5 Ti CHRYSLER WAO. $125 ,

In the dairy, and meat animal left centerfleld. ( I .i Attention Is being placed on OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
categories and the team championship Lovett like to work with his -(1" .,k his learning the basic fundamentals WI TAlIl t ...AII' :1Docrnr.lfu'.
trophy. hands His senior year In his ot boxing. He Is a light

Team members JOT FAMU, in. high school he won first placeIn puncher an slow at the mo-
1
eluded: Chester olbson A.rl- an art exhibit with a cabinet I ment. Young is a student at R EVANS

culture Science major from De- be built for a hi-fise.. Matthew W.Gilbert High school

funiak Springs; Er Stephens ". Is majoring in Inud.irlal Art Another Gilbert High Punches

Arlguiture Science major from to linprov his craft Is Leroy James, 145 pounds. 3rd & MAIN
Bartow; Charles Alexander A- Kattlerbfctd coarch C .sta KIt- He was a runnerup at the state

nlmal Science major from Madison Us consdlei Cubby to be a natural meet. James ls working on co-
4J1 EL: 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30: P.M. EL 48382saf.
; and Clarence Codgell hitter. "He has a swing ordination. He Is poor on co- :

Animal Husbandry major from that we have not tampered with ordlnatlonslow, and a light

Ocala to much, says Kittles, -when .

yin have a hitter like Lovett,
best to just let him swing He ,,,
has good judgement at the plate l_ _._____ ,
4LltA ool4Ulre and rarely swings at a bad ball" The Eartha White Community Center 743 Ashley,ls one ot toe major promoters of the good "
Lovett carries more than a big health theory. Weight lilting, a centuries-old sport, Is a part of the agenda. The exercise develops -
gftck. He has a glove and the muscles. Each young fellow above seems to to be ready to tackle the job. Leroy

IT ace s.swemy has probably toe strangestthrowing Dlllard from Edward Waters Is the expert. The classes are held from 5 to 6 p.m.

arm In the Infield
erw.e I
Uh
IT STARTED HUMAN WITH A a oast fielding yer avenge he baUed.nhndbad of .314. FAMU ROTC Annual Week Watch


thought While of Aching M a U man'usually port, Aggie's ParsonsIs Scheduled For April 30 This Clown

the first Ashing expert was a
really a woman.A Reason TALLAHA2&C.C. ..L*.-The Prof.ssor of Military SJence at 11 64 11 I (
printing of a bit of outdoor WinsCiREENSBOKU,1'C.c..a Florida AIM University has announced that the Annual Rotc
Big
writing penned on parchment. For Week this year will be celebrated during the period 3u April 66 90 14
around fourteen fiv has
twenty *
before to 5 May 1968.
been credited to a sweet little
English nun named Dame Juliana the current baseball season As alwaysthls year. week
"
Bernera. got under way, ALT coach Mel activities promises to bo big. the cadets ,during. the past matinee --
had his freshman and school year A full cadet brigade posf2itonight '
Juliana was born of a royal Grooms eye on ger better than previous .
family in England and did prospect Steve Parson one *. review follows at 4:00 in Bragg g 6 .' '

some fishing and hunting u a from Buffalo, New York. The program Is to be highlighted Stadium. post 8 1. : _
girl with some of her spotting Parson bad little difficulty: In by the appearauce of Dr. Thomas M. Jenkins will
she cousins and friend Later on. becoming the Aggies starting several outstanding guest be the guest speaker at the En- )
entered a nunnery at St.
Albans and wrote the first second baseman and after little speakers to Include Lieutenant richment Hour In Lee Hall Auditorium

known works on fishing. more than two weeks- plan General John L. Throckmor- at 5.1)0) Sunday.Tbe 22-13-45 ST1AICMTIOUMON WMfWY M MOOT SINS.OLD CHAXTII WIT.CO,lOWIVIUI.*?.
Juliana wwnt any slouch more than two weetr play Is toll, Commanding General, public has been invited to all 37" 58 77
toncrrnlng the art of anfling.ay the teiu's top hitter with a Third U.s. Army; Dr. Thomas events
the lUbing experts at Merlrt.y .615 average 1&. Jenkins, President Albany Sometimes He's UpSometlmes
outboards. For Instance Parson has connected on eight Ga. State Karate Clinic He Adds Subtracts
hrre's how she recommends College and Dr. Frederick He' Down, Tick-tock..tick'tock.
nuking a Uhlng rod. of the 13 times be has been at Humphrell,Dlrectofl.J- He works It all around ..

First' cut a smooth six- bat and is one reason the Aggie college Curriculum Develop
you Opens At Eartha 16
foot staff of willow or aspen. owned a 4-3 record going ment Project at Florida A.U 52 35 the Bourbon that

Heat It in an oven, get it good Into the taster break University. COMING ATTRACTIONS
and straight and let it dry for On their first road trip of the The fm-fWnd wee begins on White Center didn't watch the clock!
four weeks. The next trick u
to season, ALT dropped at 7-5 Tuesday, 30 April wits the CaW 44 36 521MAN'S
of
get a piece plumber'swire
heat it red hot and burn decision to Hampton Institute Field Day at 4:00 in Bragg A Karate Clinic will be con t
a hole clear through the staff. then bounced back to whip the Stadium. Here tile cadets of the ducted at the Eartha White Community DAYSNUMIERED

Then store it in a smokehouse Pirates .u-5. The Jiggles down- various companies are pitted Center Friday, April 19, OLD CHARTER
fi
for a while. ek Norfolk Sole 12 5 on the against one another In athletic at 6:30. The public Is Invited.

Now you take a stroll in the saga trip. events ranging from egg Sam Mack Murry, who attended
woods and cut a slender slip There is little doubt that hitting tossing to tug-of-war with the the Karate Institute in Newark Kentucky's Finest Bourbon
of hazel the Soakit
same length. has been the key factor in results being hilarious New Jersey for three and one
thoroughly, straighten it out, "
and let it dry in the smokehouse JUTs early successes. Besides At 8.00; on Wednesday the half years, will be in charge "Man's Days are Numbered.
too. The next step Is to Parson, the Aggies have ROTC Band will perform ii: Carolyn Peterson an Paulette Health and Fortune Can Be 7 years old
trim the hazel whip so it can gotten a lot of power from outfielders concert In Lee Hall AuditoriumThis Malpress, students at Edward Yours When You Know your.-
be Inserted Into the butt sec Carl HuDbard and Clarence 1s always a well attended Waters College, students of Lucky Days.
tion. Now. fashion a metal pin Williamson, shortsop event and last yearwaathesubjtlct Murray, will participate. Classes -
to hold the two together andy
'ou have a two section fishing Lloyd lightfoot and catcher HUUsHaygood. of a 30 minute black and begin Monday at 6 p.m. and Lucky Colors, etc.
white movie. will participate. Classes begin Send $2.00 for your

rod.Juliana advocate such a two Hubbard, who doubles as an Thursday brings to campus: Monday at 6 p.m. and will be Horoscope Guide for

section rod because it forms a ALT basketball star, and Williamson Wee RuiC sponsored activi held on Monday, Wednesday d
good walking staff for a Sunday tuwndale, N.C. are ties At iOU: Howard Hall and Friday from 6 to 7. Teenagersand APRIL {-

easily afternoon be transformed atroU, and into can a both batting .:00. Haygood is adjoining: ground will be open adults are welcome.Tb8'
sporting a .375 to the public for a display of course is conducted the
fishing rod if you happen by a average. by Fill In the blank below and
good fishing hole. Several'po&tpooementa have large assortment military Jacksonville Recreation Department mall to ZODIAC, Post Office

For a line Juliana advocatesthe caused a reshurrlmgoftheALT equipment. Dr.Frederick Hum- Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. "2:
long horsehairs woven together scheduled, but the Aggies are phries will serve as guest 1. 1
and colored with a mixture scheduled to meet Fayettevllle speaker u an award ceremony
of ale. crushed walnut' State In a doubleheader April at 2:0010: Cnaries Winter Wood Ivy U.S. TENET 1 ,
leaves and alum. Such a line, ---
19 and Delaware State in a single Theatre. This occasion recog bATE
she says, blends with the water Saving Bonds OF BIRTH >
and fools the fish more readily. contest April 20. pif. y the pi j flfnpHchmont$ oft ,





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'WE 14 ;STAR PAPERS SATURDAY APRIL 20 1 1968


Room and board for aged maleor 1 APT. FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT | Ed Austin Visits Dixie Pharmacy Seeking Support
female. Excellent meals. bedroom $35.00 a montfi. Nice room in home 2eouplet .
NOW 2 BR : Home tray from home. Call Stove furnished quiet neighbor. 765-7725. r 4r r ,
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3542700. hood. 1911 Phoenix Ave. 725-
8635. r ---- .
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WAIL TO WAILCARPETING I,! That's Mel! I have the Amazing if t
e Reasonable 313 W. 6th St. $17.50 Wk. Call f (t, .. i
superior tonic tablets, pep 359-3301. "' ., '"'"\ ..(''"
.Channel 17oovertors lor all the"things you want to do. f >"
15.95 ,Box of 30, 100. Satisfaction :
398.3030 guaranteed or Money Back.For 247 W. 16th St., 2 room apt. I II I '
$85.00 MONTH ,Men and Women. Lights and hot water. Furn II I I I ai : :

fished 3565045. Apply 140 W. I
P.O. Box 230, Dept. S., 5th St.Want. 1ti..F
FHAVAVULCAN FOR WOMER. i

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of overweight with famous .
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TABLETS for that tired rundown I POSITIVELY with Super-Reen Time Capsules I.Fd
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INC. enjoying life KOZY KORNER f
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets I Positively Guarantee sucess 3611 Moncrief Road. '
4500. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. In matters of money if my Instructions i
EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES are followed. I chal-
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Chicago Illinois 60626 co-ordination system." Send a 551 Goodwin St., 5 nice rms., u"i
self addressed envelope for instructions. ; Pvt. bath, down. Elec. t water
Want membershipcard furs $18.00 per wk. 388-6472.
"i IIc7a
also send $1.00 to cover 531 Goodwin St., 3 nice rms.,

cost.IOREL Pvt. Bath, down. $17.50 perwk.
T. EGAP to bus line 384-
Both Convent
BUY a HOME onli89rnonlhl 32201.P.O. Box 151 Jacksonville,Fla. 6112.TOOTHACHE. e'r


MAKE..THE MOVE ; >

SOLD TO FINER LIVING CIRCULATIONMan

to work part time. Able to,
ALL BRICK! work all day Friday. Driver DM'I want icenr. C.l OKI.III. I 1ft MC.OM .
)m set renal from throbblnf tooth-
AY Uc.e'BS,.food references cut "'*. Put 01\-Mil"I tout. Until! you .
D 5P 3BEDROOMSALES cm in your dentist. t 0 tt milllwtt. *oII -
N ON REPORTERTrainee. : ::\III.,,Dicoffl', ........., .
1 Ve plvlelon mti Aorajel"ph"m.cht 'Of:....-.,.M...

Joel put OFFICE at Must be good In .'=. .,I. ..
DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP English. Apply Steels
Mrs Adeline Putnam of 1136 Street and Mr. Charles O. date for the office of State Attorney, was assured by "Doc".
HONE 354-6746 FLORIDA STAR HELP WANTED Mitchell, owner and operator of Dixie Pharmacy, were visited Mitchell they the well-bownpbarmactst would support him In the
Seaman National MarlUme Union this week by Public Defender Ed Austin.Ed Austin is now a candl- coming May election on the basis that be (Austin) would render
GRAND PARK 13TH & MONCRIEF Requests Intelligent, Sober, the best service to all the.citizens In the area be will serve.

Religious, Girl to stay with sixty Insuring Glee .
No Phone Calls! year old pother (Hard of hearing NEW YORK-American* '
) only, and five months old pent some $42 million to Insure Public Defender Ed Austin ,
abandoned baby.Free room with glow[ during 1966 the Insurance World Of 'bl

all$30.00 modern per. month.conveniences Must plus love This information l II more institute than double reports.the Runs For State AttorneyEd .

mother and baby. Call ,765- $118.fr million in glass insurance
VOTE 2798. premiums mottled in 1946 Austin, the Public Defender In Duval County Is now a candidate FAVORITE RECIPES OF
for State Attorney.. U Austin I_*n well. n_ _known_,,_u th_*_ first CALIFORNIA WINEMAKERS:;
BOLDEN'S SUMMER Public Defender In this area Compiled by WINE: ADVISORY
I BARBERS NEEDEDLearn Ed Austin was appointed Public mental In assisting the Greater BOARD OF CALIFORNIA;Published
CLASSES Defender In July, 1963, and was Jacksonville Economic Opportunity by ESSANDESSSPEClAL
elected without,opposition In Office In obtaining a EDITIONS, $1., 96 pp.
ED AUSTIN how you can Earn Your Starting May 7, 8 p:m. Regis 964. In October,1963,the well- $160,000.00 grant' to establish The use of wine In cooking Is
Barber Course Free. ter Tue, Thursday( Frl. > to 10 known Negro attorney, Leander legal services program In Du surely the happiest, and probably
HAIR CUTS 75f p.m. Shaw was employed by Mr. val County This program now' one of the oldest, of man
CALL OR VISIT Austin. Mr. Shaw was the first has three legal offices providing kind's culinary: discoveries
7 'Hospital Aide Course Negro appointed to a Public Decoder such services to the com.I almost u old u wine Itself
Cashier-Sales Clerk Course office In the South and his munity. Ed Austin recently received A group of California vintners
appointment was front-page a national award In Philadelphia hay banded to
STATE ATTORNEY The e together pro-
Jacksonville Kindergarten Teacher's Aide news In this area at the time It Pennsylvania, for his duce an elegeant cookbook called ..
was made. Mr. Shaw advanced leadership In providing legal FAVORITE RECIPES OF
EWBIENCED-QUAIIFIED-ENERGETIC Barber College Inc. Adult Education rapidly and is now a First Assistant services to the poor. CALIFORNIA WINEMAKERS.Esctndess .

: :: ,... ,-.. ALMb.w.M a, ..F........ 3olden's. College with the Public Defen Mr. Austin has been active In : Special Editions has'
about
.... der's Office. bringing reforms in our
'-'" -- 1816 W. 20th Street packaged this In a handsome
I AI 630 Davis Street, Registrar 356-6465 Through the bard work of Ed local government As the State four-color cover, and Issued It
II Austin reforms were made in Attoroeyfor this area, Mr. In a large-sited paperback edition
3559874 EL.; )Johnson B.S. our ball bond system. Mr.Austin to work toward (8 1/." X 10 1/2").
Acting President-Director obtained: a $30,000.00 Ford a reduction In the crime This cookbook was originally
Foundation grant to commencea rate lie has also pledged to Issued In.1963 by the Wine Advisory -.
ball bond. This program has use the full resources of the Board of California In a
It's smart to shop at WANTED now become a part of the State State Attorney's office to encourage spiral-bound paper-on-boards

PRICES Someone to take up paymentson probation system and Is work. fair and equal protection edition that sold for $2.60. It
w ACQU1NSGit the following: BRAND NEWI log very well. of the law to all of the has already achieved phenomenal -
GOOD UJ COLOR T.V., selling for a little I In 1966,.Mr.Austin was Instru people of our community. success--Knore than
above cost.STEREO. 227,000 copies have been sold.
; FRENCH NAPOLEON combination with All the major recipes of this
1 WEEK radio 1 month old, console Motional Funeral Leaders widely accepted book have been
model. Balance $67. or $8. per retained Intact In the Essandeu
APRIL COGNAC month. Special Edition.
p U % $175 I PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Meet In Here are SOOprize recipes reaffirming
Soon
Philadelphia
a simple truth: If*
19-26 JFOR $1.75. pu.RtG. lightweight. Balance $47. or$8. easy to cook with wine. Wine

.per month PHILADELPHIA-(NPI>-JThe City of Brotherly Love and theKe'stone blends with a variety of roods,
SINGER
SEWING MACHINE State Funeral Directors association will rollout the red I Inevitably improving the taste.
REG. Sews good, $25, terms. Guaranteed carpet for officials of the National Funeral Director sand Morticians Here is wine cookery at Its
3.i5 OLD $4.65 OLDFLORIDA complete with all at. Association Inc., some 200 strong, who will descend upon finest. The recipes are easy to
tachments.
A-l ,Warwick Hotel for their three-day 31st annual Spring meet, April follow, do not require expensive
WAREHOUSE, 1606 Main ZI-Z3. Ingredients, or Involve long,
St. Ph. 3531946. Will deliver, Leon Harrison, board chairman elaborate preparation..yet the
1 no obligation. Los Angeles Perry J. commission will be busily for- results taste like gourment
RARITY
1h1rarllr
Brown, national president, mulatto;. Its plans,and selectionwill cooking.
Greensboro, N.C.; Malverse H. be made of the 968 recipient The contents Include hors d
RUM$2995TH I Mack, chairman, executive of th annual Mortician oevures, meats, poultry, fish,
95 rP15. }j, committee, New York; and of the Year award. sauces, cheese and eggs, pasta
NOW -2 c 311 J Felton H. Purnell, chairman, Other otficui sui.o for parUcipaUon and rice, vegetables,salads and
convention committee,Houston, In the baud res.toware dressings and desserts.
.Th .
ALL BRICK HOMESON will lead the delegation.Host Robert H. Miller, general[ There's also a guide to Calif or
., ala wines, expIa1n1n&w1ne types
and hostess for the flr- secretary Chicago Lacy Kennedy
d ectors meet the Keystone State assistant general secre, and uses; a wine cookery chart;
Funeral Directors Association, tary. Marianna, Ark.; Handy B.Beckett. and tips on storing and serving
/ 10ao YR. BOURBON LARGE LOTS under the leadership of En- treasurer, Philadelphia wine.
rr1kJt OLD manuel Johnson, have planned ; E. Perry Palmer Sum "Ombudsmen....", Is more
social than a worthwhile book, in that
.... many activities. ter, S.C.,vice-chairman of the
'"" REG ''_ Sunday, April 21, will be given board and C.J. Clark, Dallas,, it presents a relatively new,
FALLS
wwa- $4.85 PROOF over to a Get Acquainted reception board secretary. objective political attempt to
CHARCOAL PERFECTED' WHISKEY I $10,500 TO $117,500 ; Monday, a theatre supper Sundries other national officials deal directly with problems oft
STRAIGHT WHISKEY party will be held in u weU **state prwM&.n racial dIscrtminatIonHlegalor
$ 50 Cherry Hill, N.J.; wall a banquet and .tiwt.._>. i.*4".ent1na,, unethical government or bust-
iN 3 S FOR ... i VA. FHA will be the tour de force 4 state dllOCWloos4lstrle1CQvernors [ neupractiees.Dutltalsoglvesthe
DECANTER $388 on Tuesday. past presidents and i ordinary reader a good first
I! BOTTLE JB1WOLFSCHMIDT S 1 0.95 Among important items on the officers of the women auxiliary hand history and a look at both
1FTHS: VULCAN agenda for the directors will will be In attendance. sides of the arguments.
be competion of plans for the We will undobutedly be bearing
31st annual convention In and reading a great deal more
:i INC. Miami at the Sheraton Four BetkmCookmaiCONTINUED about the development of some
SEA-BO I
Ambassadors, Aug. 3-8,and the form of Ombudsmenship
concurrent exhibit display at FROM PAGE 12 erica in the near future. And
4 768-3479 the Municipal auditorium. "BethuneCookman has.contributed this book is a good opportunity

-- 10 TH FIFTH r In addition, the educational I IrI more than Its share to for picking up a blab understanding
GENUINE WINE and appreciation of
( ) th growth and development of the
this community. Later, Fund subject.
Chairman Lloyd noted that Bet-
VODKAS199 ES88C BRAND NEW hune-Cookman College, discounting LBJ Tells
I the cultural Impact the
t (RICK HOM SLINCOLN
rIi colllge has here,"means more CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12;
than $4 million to Daytona tered the Constitution Hall
Beach's economy" eac year. The DAR contends that Negroes .
W He &Is p noted that about 95 are not entitled to memo
JACQUIN'S percent of this sum represents bership, since the bylaws state
money which comes into theBCC that only descendants of Revolutionary .

ED LABEL BOND HALL WHISKEY uUC"O.'O other than treasury local. from sources soldiers, and citizens,
I can qualify. She felt that no.Negio -
1 The wok of the campaign,
: OR J.W. DANT can, under those circumstances
KING SIZE 34 bedroom plans with 1,1 %, which hopefull will near completion qualify, since at that
I IOIIDII.\U RED LABEL 2 both* and garage. by Apr 1130.will be under time, all Negroes were slaves.
BIIdwtJ! l8-9 Modern schools, churches and a com- the direction of three team captains Mrs. Sullivan claimed that the

F P1. wide shopping confer don by.I each assigned about 40 organ!atloo Is not prejudiced.One .
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: 895 2 8 workers. The captains or vice
member said
"We don't
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; FIFTHS NO RETURN Y. ClarkandAluWr1&bt Is important manda1 .
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 A. fourth Ice chairman in 1 yea
tory, says the DAR through Its
i charge of campaign support, Is
;; :.. ,, Robert Haughton. president, Mrs.Sullivan.
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