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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 20, 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:
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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 20, 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:
UF00028362:00761

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Abernathy, who immediately s'fd't ,f I NEGRO SCHOOLS :
succeeded to the directorship r Ilti 1k !tf "
of the Southern Christian Leadership t I v
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Conference upon the : 'll f J I 1 '
'death of the recently assassinated htllt ,IlAtPf '.a 4v 4Ith
Dr;; Martin Luther King,

throughout expressed fears America conspiracy by bigots to I : t'I I NEED SIDEWALKS

assassinate rights leaders.its most active I


However, said Rev.Abernathy,

be will carry on, as will other, IJ r9'f M *. *. *. *. *. *. *. *
as the bead of the SCLC. The e e IINkR

order of succession has been Candidadte's James Ray SaidKing's
established and will be followed Kids Are Stepping

according to the leader. Racial Views
"The forces of evil have triedto /rPnN Killing
defeat our movement by kil t

ling off our leaders," spoke the +t Are Valuable i Into Mud Puddles
new leader, before a news me kA / Would Pay Well

dla gathering where be outlined. ( f
his "poor people's" march. ill it'' "We will interrogate each' Dr. Martin King, according to

Further, Rev. Abernathy said, candidate and see how many Ne- Tanzler latest press releases, might I
Mayor SaysTwo
"The grave concern on my part t frees be employes at his place have been killed for ft price. I
Is that there actually may be a r A of business, and, to those who This information comes from

conslpracy in this country to have practiced discrimination, a prisoner, Raymond Curtis,, r
pick off the leaders one by one $qq I tu we will tell them they will get of Jacksonville's Negro schools have been revealed as la the MlIIourlStat.prIJoowbo j

or three by three." no Negro support ill they hire being without sidewalks. The City Commission has blamed the claimed to know fugitive James

Since the assassination the u I Negroes." county school board. Children are being forced to step into Earl Ray. Curtis, waiting for an

Atlanta office has been under --- There is the terse, frank and mud puddles, all because no forceful action has been taken on appeal of a murder convention,
strong guard Locks have been 1 -- outspoken view of Joel Atkins, the matter. now in the Missouri State prison
changed Dr. Abernathy did not NAACP president for the State EuUernthis week Darnell- marks made at Tuesday's Com at Jefferson Clty.taid be
of Florida, whose agenda for Cookman Jr. high and Isaiah mission meeting reminded he
further elaborate the
with la once
on conspiracy served Ray Jail
PROMOTEDCity Commission Dick Burroughs seen extending congratulations to Akmo"Duck" Blocker Elementary School commission that "a lot of kids
the next few weeks and certain
saying< be would leave and that the matter of King's
Davis on his post Inspector otSanltatlon. Davis, who has been employed in the Health ly throughout the coming elections were named as the two "side- are stepping off the school bus
the crlmlnologists.
to for
the matter assassination war matter j
Department for a number of years is the first Negro to attain the rank Inspector of Sanitation emphasises the motto, walkless" schools. Both are In Into a mud puddle. Commis-

, lie concluded, by saying, "We in the city of Jacksonville. Burroughs who Is Commissioner of Health and Sanitation ls '.Votene Rascal Out" predominantly Negro neighbor sioner Richard Burroughs The fugitive Ray ls now I
currently seeking a Senate seat. Atkins, who baa come to the hoods. brought out that the lack of sidewalks
I are going to do our Job. We are charged with conspiracy and
going to leave it up the the '- forefront in the last few weeks Mayor Tanzler, during re*. creates a safety hazards, murder la the assassination.

FBI and law enforcement a- as one of the Soulh's most aggressive because It forces children to He has not been farad Tnedls*

ii t. gendet to do their Job.-We ,Ashley ,Street t representatives of the ,NegroStudents walk In the" street' after leaving. --'. ,evasion came up.shortly after I
Both
going to set people In motion Young) Says National office, beaded 'by Roy choot11 the amstlnatlon'MfVl IsIOent

toward Washington and preys Argument _Ends Wilkins, has Initiated a high Jailed Without, came A strange when the turn school la attorney remarks, John F, Keuiedn4JV,, .1
voter registration for
beyond the shadown of a'b program "Well somebody made a
beyond the shadow of a doubt In Negroes. Every effort will be Valid Reasons William Madison, said "If one pretty penny on flat," Ray told
Fast Death school sidewalks aU will
that you may kill the dreamer, Races Must JoinTo made to get every eligible Negro demand gets them" Curtis after bearing of
but kill the his to register and vote. Ten Three J
you can't dream. Scarely one day after KNOXVILLE, n.- Mayor Tanzler said, "If they Kennedy's death.
release from three-year stint The NAACP does not endorse black students will go on trial About week later, In the yard
Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy do two now and two the next
candidates. In view of that fact
Southern in Raiford State Prison, a 43- here April 29 because police are cube Missouri State Prison,at
President of the ultlmatly all schools will
Insure PeaceNEW President Atkins that the year,
Christian Leadership Conference year-old man died Wednesday says unable to find the killers of a have sidewalks Otherwise.Cbey'U Jefferson City, according to "I
today revealed detailed night following severe beating state setup will prepare reviews white taxicab driver never.o It. Ray, Ray said a "new man JudInotfthestreet"toldthem"the

plans, for the Poor People's YORK-Whltney Young Jr., executive director of the National on the bead on Ashley Street, Ing their of records all candidates.cneck- The three are not charged with ,The.matter came toa bead when 1
compliance
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Campaign which is to be the Urban League, suggested Tuesday that top echelon white near Davis.' murder, but are being made the the school board refused to sign businessmen's association bas \
with non-bias '
Cecil Howard Smith, no address requirements, scapegoats to satisfy public demand a mlJUo - most massive and militant non leaders organlte a hugh "white march" on Washington to demonstrate checking also as to their records a petition for sidewalks as evidence I'
identified through action the Martin Luther
was for on King
violent movement in history commitment to racial equality some of its Intention to pay for
papers on his person, as having ,past and present.No killing. They have bees in Jail Ray smiled be said"If there's
Ibe.Campaign starting April Such a march of hundreds of for me to make effective contribution completed his term in the pains will be spared, said six weeks. Everytlme they,or them. This is stalling a city a million dollars out on King I 1
29 with presentation of PoorPeople's thousands of whites followed to lessening of racial the leader, toward bringing to sidewalk project along Davis '
up state prison Wednesday. Here- their friends seek to post bond, believe If I ever get out Til
Road to 13th
demand to street from King
government by white marches on city halls tensions. turned to Ashley Street and apparently light all information, pro and police file new charge and thus collect it"
officials In Washington, all across the country, la "the Meany had no comment on the became embroiled in. con, concerning each candidate. raise the amount of ball needed. Street Curtis said the subject of King
D.C., includes ft march from last chance" to avoid rebellion suggestion, but Rockefeller said an argument. This Information will be released The students attend Knox. The Commission policy 1s to came up "a couple! of times"thereafter

Memphis Tenn, from the spot by poor and frustrated Negroes, be wondered"Whether business Smith was so severely beaten to every Negro. In other vffle College. where the body of get the signatures of 60 per Curtis finally was
where Dr. Martin Luther King cent of the property owners In
be said. cannot contribute more effectively that be died about an hour after words the records will be laid AJ. Boruff was found on the freed. Ray fled the prison last
Jr. was assassinated; a wagon "Black people have marchedfor tothuolutlooofracialdis- the incident Floyd Parris, 37, on the-table. morning of March 9. He had the block.,The before school laying side.walks. year by hiding In a bread truck.
train of poor peole through the a long time and It hasn't crimination." 920 West Ashley, was question According to Latest Information been shot with a ,22-callber would board'spartlclpatlon the Curtis said be had no idea what
town in Wash give city Us
South; a shanty gotten us much more than sore more than 300,000 Negroes
ed by police, and was later pistol. His burned and batteredcab 60 cent in those the "businessman's assoctal
movements of people to per rwoMocks.
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ington, feed be told about 700 have registered In Florida. .J
newspaper charged with beating. Police, was nearby. tion" was. Authorities said they
Whites Want Broadstreet the
from all part of the was only cd-
Washington However continued AWns the
at the American ,
publishers however, Thursday, were .Investigating There was a rumpus on campus spoken are pursuing several reports-
United States; a hugh march on Association total be brought to 500 opponent on the commission I
Newspaper Publishers the of can up la '
possibility the night before the body some circulating prisons -
Washington; and continued escalating annual meeting. Faster Integration 000. His answer Is, "There is against providing side- ,j
Smith's dying from wounds received was found. walks for the two that there was a "contract"out
demonstrations In theNaUoo' schools. He
Young said the white march from a pistol snot inttte power in the ballot" The discrimination was found. Police said they went said his reason that the for King's death. l
Capital.Dr. would demonstrate to Congressthat According to the Gallup polls, face Plans were made for an of information will to the college to look into a report should was city "I didn't think much about it '-
Abernathy, the closest associate It must regard the urban the assassination of Dr. Martin "expose the racist and the adopt a uniform policy "
autopsy as to the cause and friend of Dr. King crisis as Its top priority. It Luther King has made a distinct According to Sergeant R.T. bigots in government to the voters to be burned. or none at all. prison, you bear all sorts of
Many schools white
for 13 years and Us successoras would tell be attitudes be concluded.In and Negro
white Americans change in the of Matthews of the Jacksonville The officers tried to halt a have Ideas."
SCLC president, will lead said, that they must end their whites toward segregation orlntecraUoa. Police: Department man was addition to that, the Florida of men,one of them the same problem said. Curtis said be was with Ray
the start of all major activltes :'conspiracy of silence and Injustice" NAACP will ask the federal group young City engineer E.E.Bentley
pronounced dead on arrival at, carrying a bag outside in the Jackson County Jail In
paper asked to
in the campaign both In an outside toward the Negro and More than 20 per cent of the Duval Medical Center. Other government to watch elections the campus. The youths dropped mate cost come of up with an as- Kansas City, In federal prisonat
Washington. It would show the Negro that whites think now as comparedwith In the state. This will be done paving sidewalks
homicide investigators on the the bag and fled. Police said the near the two schools Levenwortb, Kansas, and In
Monday, April: Dr. Abernatb there is cause for hope In a 14 per cent some Ume case were W.E. BeachmanW, because of Information that underhand sack contained bottles of gasoline commission watts for/wlle the the state prison at Jefferson
and about 100 poor people from tactics might be used. an answer
white-dominated society.He ago, that President Johnson's
L. andW.C.
Glgger Barber. stuffed with City, Mo. .
rags. from the school board.ing's .
throughout the nation and other called on such men as In- Integration program is not accelerating Jacksonville police were able Atkins, asked about the "hot The ofiicerslsterwentontothecampus He said FBI agents question- I
national leaders begin presenting dustrallst Henry Ford, financier rapidly enough summer," said he Is concerned I.
to track down several robberies and arrested Gary Keel. I( ed him about his talks with
demands to government officials David Rockefeller andWIOl On the other hand the findings of recent date after arresting a about Polk county, which is, as They said they had seen him in Photographei.r Ray. i
and Congressional leader George. MeanV to be described It '\powder keg.
of the CommlssloGooClvODIJ- trio of St Curtis said
young men on Orange the group that had the gasoline Ray never mentioned
ers. The group of 100 will do lead the march. Atkins said that lines of communication
orders have not strongly affected engaged In a conversation with When It was learned that police racial matters. "liedidn't
this for three days. Ford said: "I am InterestedIn have been torn down
the thinking of whites. More a young woman. had and care if a man was white
come the ;
upon campus f
Wednesday night, May 1; Mass !his ideas and I have great respect than four of ten still think integration James H. Hampton, 24, 424 ,between the races, between the made an arrest, there was a or colored," Curtis said. "Hewas .
for his
meeting In Memphis. Judgement but I officials and the Negro. There
is being pushed along Broad Street, was charged with protest demonstration by the only interested la money"
Thursday morning, May 2;Dr. am'not convinced that marching "too fast." robbing the Gate City Oil Com-, fore, It Is vital that we realize student body. t He said Ray used to talk about

. Abernathy will lay a memorialstar on Washington is the best wayHargelf In the Negro community thinking pany at 3020 Liberty Street of that we might nave a hot sum- While this was goings,Boruff how be would handle an assass ,-

in cement on the balcony is different. Only about four $200 and cigarettes. He was mer. drove his cab onto the campus ination. "He said be would buy
outside Room 306 of the Lorraine of every 100 Negroes think that also charged with pasesslonofa Alleviation of the situation now but was warned to leave. Instead ft gun under a false name and
Slayer
Motel in Mempbis.where 5 integration Is moving too fast. firearm by a convicted felon. might be found to the allocation be drove to dormitoriesat have everything ready for an

Dr. King fell Apr 114 when struck Politically, about 41 percent Sammle Lee Everson,23,1723 of more Jobs. He also suggested the rear of the campus. Later i escape," Curtis said "lie used
by the assassin's bullet. The Held For Action of the Republicans think a youth corps teenagers out of !
we are McQuade was charged with some shots were fired,and still to talk a lot about escaping to ,
SCLC President will Immediately going too fast. Thirty-four robbery. He was said to have school for the summer. He asks later his body was found. Police New Zealand, Brazil or Argentina. -
lead a mass march out oi Airman Rudqlph HargetTs alleged ce.nt of the Democrats think the held up the Enco Gas Station at wages of 75 cents or $1.00 per have offered no theory as to who .'!

Memphis toward Marks, Mis slayer was convicted last same. Fifteen per cent of each Interstate 95 and McCoys* hour, with ft plan for giving fired the shots or where they He said ne was "about as ,I

sissippi. Thursday by a coroner's Jury party are notable to say. Twentytwo Eversoo It was said, took t them money for their pockets. came from.HowIYer. close to him as anybody In Jeff :
Saturday, May 4; The Memphis when the Jury ruled that the fat per cent of the Demo say television and $ZOO in cash ,Atkins also suggested clearing they have kept Keel, JOSEPH LOUW City," describing Ray as ft

march arrives in Masks ally shot young Negro was killed we must go faster. Eighteenper after holding up the attendant, away vacant lots in Negro Hope Tlgner HI, and Joseph Joseph Louw, a native South "loner" who used dope while la

location of some of the most by Lee C. Bradley. cent of the Republicans say Monroe Harlan. In addition to neighborhoods for recreation Scott in Jail since shortly after Africa, was Just a few feet away prison, and like beer, weightlifting -
extremely poverty in the United Bradley was arrested in his the same thing. that, Everson was charged with facilities for the Negroes. the saying Police: claim that from Martin Luther King when miniature golf and

States. A mass meeting WID till apartment after Hargett was Accordingly the Black Power theft and possession of a firearm the "whole campus Is under Indictment be was assassinated on April4. pnker.
held that night.Sunday shot on April t on St Augustine movement caused whites to oppose by t convicted felon. Kirk Plan ScoredTALLAHASSEEGov. until the murderer is He was In Memphis with the He talke about having lots of

May 5. The first of Road as be sat on a bicycle rapid Integration Another man 20 years old, found." They seem to Ignore the eminent leader on a documentary .women. None special. He'd

three major caravans to Wash talking with friends. Witnessessaid ,Monroe Hicks, 622 West State, Claude possibility that Boruffs killer film for the Public Broad- pick 'em up and leave 'em,
ington begins outside Jackson, thatBradleyflred the death ** .was charged with holding up the Kirk announced a two-day gov was not a student. cast Library, where be Is an Curtis said. He could not re*

Mississippi. Poor people from dealing bullet from a slowly AHONDA K.O.Service Station at 810 Gol- ernor's conference on cities to Public opinion has been associate producer. Life Magazine call Ray ever talking about

Mississippi"Southern will start this moving car.Hargett fair Boulevard.He was reportedto solve the problems oI1J lnito.ðer whipped up by charges of a has also been working with dancing; despite an FBI report
leg" of the campaign was shot during the unrest STAR have taken $250 and cig- but Joel Atkins of WJor "black power" plot Offers of PBL. Louw, therefore, was the which lists him as an avid dan

walking to Jackson for a mass associated with the murder ettes. Bandits pistol whipped! tar Have,Florida: NAACPChap- aid, Including money for legal only photographer on the spot cer, or mentioning any family

meeting. of Dr. Martin Luther King. the operator Peter Gottlieb, ter president, blasted the moe fees and ball bonds, should be See Life Editorial on Dr. King except Us. sister.It .
Monday, May 6: Abernathy The Jury held the white man VERY HOME before laving the premises, ft* Just another of Kirk's attempts addressed to Curtis Johnson, and Story on Louw on another was learned the FBI in At-

over without bond for grand. ,IN according to Investigator NKt to placate the Negroes, KnoxvUle College, Knoxville, page. Photo Courtesy Time,
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The Black and White Ball given by the Jacksonville Alumni social season. The pictures above indicate the Importance of the affair. Seen In the above pictures are, from left Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, and Mrs. Bob Smith, with Mr. and for .. Gordon Neat
I Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Is a virtual must in the spring two opposite in color schemes which make the Ball a unique Julius Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawrence Mr.and Mrs. Willie fhotos By-BOB SMITH FLORIDA STAR


AlphaPsi
Bethel Boosters Ladies of Leisure Delphenium ladiesfete Kappa

Dinner For A Deb Ball Is

Will Serve TeaThe Tea is, SundayThe Many At TeaThe i'' iIII I
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Bethel Boosters Club, Ladies of Leisure Social Delphenium Ladies Cluo I 1

Mrs. Serena Tolbert president, and Saving Club will have their entertained Sunday with a tea. :I Black and White Hall sponsored
will present its spring tea Sun- annual spring tea Sunday, April This is an annual affalr.and is .1iy ,. '. by the Jacksonville

day, April 28, In the home of 28, at Mt Olive Primitive Bap-- always expected with extlclpa- Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pal 1s

Mr. and Mrs. Groover McBride list church, Fourth and Myrtle, tion. an annual event which gathers
IMS West Seventh SL from 3:30to: S:30 p.m. Participants on the program together hundreds of social
A program has been planned by An elaborate program has been were: Miss Bettye Bullock, ites. This year's ball was held
Mrs. Elnora McBride prepared. the.theme will be Mrs. Beulah Hlges. Mrs Vermeil i Armory last Fri-
at Sorter's
RIsaK.Wat'
Cross' Deacon Glover, Mrs. _
the
'Near ker, Tyrone Williams, M r .. ____ day.Officers
Grant' will pray. Mrs; Betty of the alumni association
PALMER'S"SKIN Eula Walker Charlie Cervine
Jean Taylor will present the are: Polemarch, George
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Choir HI Metho-
SUCCESS" mistress of ceremonies Miss No. Simpson Lawrence
H. Hill, Vice-Polemarch, -
OINTMENT Geraldine Johnson Mrs ElSie dist Hostesses, Miss Joan Cooper.Mrs. Mar- t y'ii V. Jones. Keeper of Records
were
Mae Clarkson will deliver the. John B. Cain Assistant
tn tin KIWI tn.fi mn im grett W. HandeU, Mrs Estelle
M. welcome address with the r- Bernard
HH wntiwi mt KMM si notiMa Griffin Mrs Ida Wiggins Miss Keeper of Records!,
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TM urn tmvcin muni, tut sponse coming from Mrs. Al- Bryant, Keeper of Exchequer; ,
IT t uw Pile L IMI wu nun TMnu Christopher, Miss Debra Hall
tamese Johnson. Mrs. Genecla
Johnson. Strateguslra
ii *nm wcettr 1IITII(1If and Miss Marjorie Scott William
Tasker will Mrs Mamie
.. sing Wright. Lieutenant Strategus,
nMmt Hit dM| wtf IrtiMKK rf Mtftf Officers of the are: Mrs
"' tut kwklt. R rinxiit Idt tuln.ikt Lee Davis will give a reading. group i Henry Daniels; Chaplain, John-
Wp tun- N nMn ml Thearesa Aaron president; 1 AJ
= : Mrs. Bernice Hlckson will i
lw tilt M IMIMtoM B. Darby, and Historian,
.... ,aMn.+.. out,..... toy MUM IIvi sing. Miss Joyce Butle will Mrs. Ella J. Jackson, yte.pr.- Williams.
fiitcttr oimMtin, .!,* sident Mrs. Eula L. Walker, George
h"Nr. give a reading. John Henry
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.KOMt: MNMIM' NI 04 Kill.*tl> .l..li>l>l. Johnson and Mr. Willie Gallon recording secretary; Mrs.JanUr / i *\ / 1 *t>f < Nl i Miss Charlene

I N0TNn costs: will be in charge of the offering Mason, aulstant recordIng -
0lu44C \ secretary Mrs. Nettle
ot | lIlT PlIW Mrs. Bertha Harris will sing ;
rc0NOOsu ,-. on 011I TWcCtTHUDIOTOEmOHCTIOH Mrs. Mattie K. King, president Freeman, finance, Mrs.Dorothy ) : Jones Has
will make closing remarks.Olivia Riley sinking fund. Mrs
,. Rosa Walker,business and Mrs. } 6
/ .wlwlMLN Hagans will furnish music. A Debut Dinner
t jtmnStti: M1 :3. : sick commit- v
j Pinkey Johnson *
..... Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson Is IIICC4/
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....-.. I M.1111...I.I.......WNr.rr..u. chairman of programs te. Members are: Mrs.Beulah iJI ,. Miss Charlene Lynnettia.Jones
: ,i*- IMt MM Hughes, Mrs.Louise Hargroves ,.. daughterof Mrs. and Mrs. Emanuel -
Mrs. Mattie Rled 1
Jones, 5435 Minost
.. Court was feted with a bund
dinner at the Y.W.C.A. on Fri

day, April 19, one week before
VOTE' her appearance at the annual
Cotillion Ball sponsored by let

l Phi Beta Sorority.
I Those attending In Miss JOM

Miss Charlene Lynnettla Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs antes to be presented by Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi honor were: Miss Dybann H

Emanuel Jones, S435 Mlnosa Court was guest at a buffet dinner Beta Sorority, Inc., Friday night, April 26, at the annual Cotillion. honor were: Miss Dyhann Jooes
D AUSTIN at the Y.W.C.A. on Friday night. April 19. The young lady was Photo By BOB SMITH sister; Miss Alverla Jones,
feted by members of her family Miss Jones Is one of the debut 010" Miss Mary Graham Mis Wanda -

.. Sampson Miss Janice Paris
Miss Gwendolyn Matthew
Orange Blossom Beauty Stanton High's Ray FowlerIs Miss Carolyn Harris,Miss Wa-

., scellla Shannon, Miss Sandra
STATE ATTORNEY Thompklns, and Miss Evelyn\
Convention Opens Soon Elected To DECA ClubsRay Copland.

Chaperones were: Mrs. E-
EXPERIENCED I .QUAUFIEOraGEJICJACKSONVILLE WINTER HAVEN-The 29th Annual Convention of the Orange A. Fowler of N.w Stanton Senior H1gbSchooI has become the manuel Jones, mother, Mr. and

,.1<1I 'tliliul A'.otIIt_.. ar .. .. "Ma. Blossom Cosmetologists' State Association, Chapter 123, Inc., first Negro youth In the state of Florida to become elected to Mrs. Walter Lowden, aunt and
G.wI. ,......_ will meet May 19 to 23 In Winter Haven. Mrs Cathleaa B. serve as an officer In the Florida State Association of DECA uncle, Mrs Clementine Brown

Ross, state president, will have headquarters in the Florida. Distributive Education Clubs of America). Ray was elected to aunt, Miss Jacquelln Lorrain
Citrus Building, Third Street and Avenue E, NW. serve U vice-president at the Eighth Annual State Leadership Johnson, cousin, Mrs. Harriet

Registration will begin at 6 Mrs. Bessie Dlx, In charge, Conference of Florida DECA April
on May 19 The executive are asking all beauticians to Fowler Is a Junior who Is currently ordinator of distributive education man.
board business meeting will be come prepared for the clinic A full corse dinner was served.
employed as a sales clerk at New Stanton Senior
SAT. 91 at 1 p.m., Sunday the Citrus On Tuesday at 9 p.m., the Hair at May-Cohens also woo third School He also High Miss Jones was the honor
Building.Mu Style Show will get under way. place honors at the conference Smoak DE stated that Morgan a this dinner of her family.
of Theta NuSlgma coronation of the coordinator at
Chapter The queen in the sales demonstration
COLISEUMIAPR.i. Sorority is presenting the first will take place. Mrs. R. Louise test. The son of Mr. and Mrs student Technical Dale High School, whose Private First

I Hat Extravaganza at 3:30: p.m.. Bassey of Orlando chairman Theodore Fowler Sr.,Ray Is an second In C. Taylor, won
place the
Area Dis
Mrs Marion E. Muldrow Isbaslleus. Wednesday will feature the honor student and Is currently tribution Manual Class Scott
I Contest
The First Missionary Cities. Mrs. Louise at the
: Parade of serving as the vice-president of leadership
ADVANCE ADMISSION Baptist Church, 128 Dupree of Cocoa Is chairman. the Future Business Leaders of of the adult conference is one Sent To EuropeBREMERHAVEN.GERMANY
$2.50 members
Avenue R, will host the guest, Delegates and visitors are America organisations at New Florida DECA of the
TICKETS ON SALE AT USUAL PLACES night activities. All members urged to see the Testing Cen- Stanton. He is the assistant John delegation ,-
of the state board will be special ter of the State Board of Cos- superintendent of the Sunday'School E. Frailer and Edward Private First CLASS Joe Jenr
SUPERSONIC ATTRACTIONS present .HELLO guests Rev. Columbus Bridges metology. The annual conven- and president of the state state supervisor and Scott Jr., whose wife, Gloria,
W""HIONER is pastor. tion leadership is stressing inspiring Friendly Baptist Church Youth advisor of distributive education lives at 1263 West 22nd street,
a.d HIGH LR On Monday at 8:30 Talent Night and benefittlng each Mission. and Flbrlda DECA will Jacksonvill. Florida, has been
"ON HOW will be featured. The A-S. Wai- cosmetologist In the state of Ray stated that he Is looking be in charge of the delegation to assigned to th 59th MUller
r IT NURTa" and from
I the National
Leader- U.S.
don Educational Scholarshil Florida. toward to a career in the fieldof police Company at the
A "Yo. ''MRUDY" program will be given These distribution and Is currently ship Conference. Army Terminal Command,Eu
) affairs will be held at the Nora Washington Court making plans to enter college within This will be the second time rope. He will perform duties asa
Mayo auditorium. Mrs WUmaD. upon high school graduation anda the past three years that military policeman.
I JJ-a Thompson of Jacksonville is major in distributive educa students and coordinators from USATGEGR a major command
chairman. Has Temple Meeting tion. Duval County were part of the under the United States Army

BarbaraMASON On Tuesday morning at 9 a.m., Other students: elected to serve national official state delegation to the Communications Zone, EuropeIs
the State Beauty Clinic Workshop Washington Court 206 will u ftfllcers for the FloridaStaie leadership conference responsible for the proces-
will be featured. BUI Simmons meet May 3 at the Masonic Temple Association of DECA for 1968- The Florida Association of sing of all Inbound cargo dot-
t OON'T WANT TO LOSS YOU"
DECA
will be the national de- 410 Bread Street. Mrs 69 were Phillip! Odum presi- Is celebrating its twelth Hoed for use by the US.Forces -
monstrator. D. A. Julius and Eliza Robinson .reporter. dent Maynard Evans High year as a part of the twenty two in Germany, the Nethe-
year old national DECA
School of Orlando; Peggy Owens or- lands, Elands
ganlzatlon.
The goals of the as- Belgium and th Scandinavian
: &qE JIMMY secretary, John L Leonard High sociation are to further
School of Lak Worth Charlene a develop counties foe the F"
CHURCH Elect JUDGE IAMARWINEGEART Boyd treasurer, Colonial High marketing respect for and education in ceasing of outbound cargo front

School of Orlando; and Bever which will distribution those areas to other parts of the
QJIIER8 contribute to Vocational world and for the processing
EMORY ly Montgomery historian Ly-
I man High School of Longwood. competence. To promote embarking and debarking of all

T1MCOMMANNMINreer10W Aid ThDynamic Jr. Fowler along with twnety sir for understanding the responsibilities and appreciation military personnel arriving or.
of cltl- departing Europe through the
r other DECA students from various In
=4 tenship our free
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CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE parts of the state,Including enterprise system. competive. port of Bremerhaven.
Chris Taylor of Technical High The command supervises and

our School and eighteen DE(Distributive operates water terminals at
Clean
OOOM, BABY PEG LEG "The Man Education) coordinators, Outdoor Markers Brenerhaven and Vannl'lnl-

B Slab L MOFFETT and state department of education Reflect 11 os vitality Germany

STEPS 'TIE &OCKU' WellQualified"Candidate officials, will attend the Evening visitors can find their Military policeman stationed
National Leadership Confer- way to your door more easily with here have a variety of duties
KING for 4th Judicial ence in Houston, Texas May the help of a reflecting house sign which Includes the enforcement

CASUAL BAND L'Joh ,nONfs Circuit Duval Naitau. Clay 1-9 as the official Florida Deilegation. and/or driveway markers of law and order among
Counties Croup 4 This release was made These htld' when '. cannot personnel who make up the U.
Tiepin.hpedsn-ith fill by Rodell F.Roberts vice-pre reflect dulled by dirt. S, military community, troop
TICKETS ON SALE Abe Uvert's ,
: Record Shop, 115 W. Adams- Bob's Record Shop, 728 They should be
W. (Pttd Political AdT) sident of the Board of Trusteesof sponged Ire control, I security and serving
Ashley Bubber's Berrler's quently with
W. hot
Moncrief Rd.Buster'Ford's
938
E. Union-The soap or deter. u Honor official
the Florida Association Guards at
of
Record Bar, 36 W. Forsyth. cent suds, then rinsed.wiped
t DECA. Mr. Roberts is the co- clean water. with functions. .
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:"Miss Gwendolyn Capers and Miss Millcent Norton, daughter Misses Prlclfla Ford, Josephine Lloyd, Sharon Flemmlng,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Norton, were feted with a luncheon in the Chancy Daniels, Ana GIg Williams Rhonda Blaylock, Brenda .
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Joltn A. Washington, 647 West 17th St. Argrett, Sheila Flemming, Gwendolyn Capers and MHUcent Nor t, /., : ', ,
The young ladies are: Williams Raines High Seniors and, being ton. Others attending the affair Included Wyndl Spaulding, Elea- It. ,: :.;.\< :,.,)>.:,i;. ,J .....,,1. i
Junior debutantes, will be presented Friday night at the Cotillion none Bennett, John Harris, Jr., Arthur Singleton William Blay ...:. \'J,1t I\:1': '' ...."f'I .Ii; it;. "I ." ., (" i A .\ .
sponsored by.Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. From left, they are: lock and David Brinson. Photo By BOB SMITH .. -..." 7 _...,.' .+. J : :.......: ', .' s; ,. : :. '. .' .. ,' ; r : .

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Mrs. Ruth Mae Tiller Is Group No. 5 Debs The Delphinium Ladies'r Club held"the annual tea Sunday, April man. Mrs. Rosa K. Walker was co-chairman, with Mrs. Beulah

21, from 4'to 6 p.m. Some members of this aggressive unit art H. Hughes as program chairman Mrs. Theresa Aaron president I
Surprise Natal Honoree List Impressive ScheduleSponsors shown above. the general chairman was Mrs. Nasser L. Free--! Photo By BOB SMITH

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A surprise birthday party was home of ),Ir. and Mrs. Stripl- of social events for On April 20 a breakfast honored Stanton High Will Sunbeam Club
given for Mrs. Ruthie Mae Tiller ing, 1439 Grothe Street. Debs of Group No. 5 gave sev- Miss Hartsfleld, Mist
Saturday, April 13, by her The guests arrived at 830.: eral affairs recently.A Brneda Cooper and Miss Cynthia Werldin i:Bells ]
Goddaughter and husband, Mr. Mrs. Tiller was greeted at the cookout was given by Mr': Kendrick, between the Present ,Annual TeaThe Will Hold
and Mrs. James Stripling and door by the refrain of "sur and Mrs. Charles Stewart for morning hours of 9 and 11.Mrs. - -
fcy the honoree's husband, Dea- prise" and "Happy Birthday" Miss Brenda Fields and es Victor Sampson was hostess. New Stanton Senior High Carl Edward Westbrook, 1624Davis Lebon Watson Stewart, 83 'B. Annual Hat TeaThe
con Mack Tiller. The Stripling home was beautifully corts. A birthday party honored A tea was given on April 21 School faculty will present the
St., 27 and Barbara Jean Chelsea St. 54 and Carrie Jan
given In the decorated the table being Miss Pamela F. Hartsfleldand by MRS. Annie L. Huff honoring second annual tea Sunday,April ,
The party was Hartley, 2112 Yulee St., 27. Lasseter, 83 B Chelsea St., 48. Sunbeam Social and Savings
overlaid with a lace cloth centered was given at the Afro-Am Miss Hartsfleld, Miss 28, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the lib Club will have a pretty
Housewives league with a huge birthday cake. erican Insurance penthouse recent Kendrick, Miss Suggs,and Miss. my of the school Earl Williams, 5910 Avenue Frank Parting, 1339 VanBuren hat tea Sunday, April 28, In the
Refreshments were served.Assisting 1,. Mrs. Gloria Grant was Brenda Cooper, along with escorts Mrs. Gwendolyn Chandler,lib- "'11', 22 and Margaret Annette St. 19 and Savannah Robinson home of Mrs. Ollle Mae Bell
were: Mrs. Ida Fowler, the hostess. of Groups No. 1, No. 4 tartan in the arts and music 1316 VanBuren St., 19.
Thomas, 1717 Wright Ave., 19. 131 West 18th St., from 4 to
Will Meet May 1 Miss Diane Nesbitt, Mrs. Gen- A buffet dinner party, even; and No. S. This was a closed department of the Haydon Burns 6 Mrs.Gertrude Hatcher 1*
p.m.
eva Baker and Mrs. Josephine by Mrs. V.L. Suggs and Mrs.: affair. Public Library, will review the' Elijah Brooks, Jr.,2MOStuart Selvln Holmes, Jr., 1642 West president, Mrs. Mae Cox re
The Housewives League of Lockett. R. H. Morrlssette, honored book "Where Do We Go From 30th St., 2} and Queen Ester
St. 21 and Katherine Elizabeth
porter.
Jacksonville will meet with Beautiful and useful gifts were, Misses Delores Suggs and Pamela Sister Alumnae Here?', written by the late Dr. Johnson Dawklns, 5216 Avenue C, 21.
1056 W. 19th St. 19. :
Mrs. Anna Byrd, 425 West Beaver received Including money. A Hartsfleld. This was givenat Martin Luther King, Jr. Hurley Lee Brown I
St., Wednesday, May I, at call was recelvedfromadaughter the Y.W.C.A. Will Give Dinner A second feature of the program Union 1130 E. PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT
John Davis Jone.IISOW.Z5tb st.1H and Edna Mae Cor.
7.30. Mrs. L. Davis is presi- Home Miss Hartsfleld Miss will be a panel discussion I
Mrs. Emma Pearl Cynthia
belt 1130
St., 27 and Yvonne Undfy Tate, E. Union St., 31.
dent. from Staten Island, New York., Kendrick and Miss Brenda Maxwell The Brewster Hospital Alum- by several outstanding local North St. 29. !
Invited to share were: Deacon along with escorts, were nae Association will hold the annual cltltens on "Where Do We Go 111)) Howard James Smith, 1515 DR REX SMITH
Ultra Modern Mack Tiller, Deacon and Mrs. honored at a closed Patio Party Sisterhood Dinner meet From Here?' The panel will relate Richard Reed 5110 Paris Ave., Madison St., 27 and Barbara
Andre Thomas,Deacm and Mrs. by Mrs. John Rowe and Mrs. May 18, at 7.30: p.m., at the to outstanding local pro- 36 and Sammle Jane Mayfield! Jean Foster, 1i-W. 28t St., WO W. STATE EL4-1187 If I
Abe Fowler, Deacon and Mrs. R.H. Morrissette, on April 19. Heart of Jacksonville. blems. Louisville Ky., 40. 29. f
Saving* Circle John Lowery, Deacon and Mrs. I i
Willie Bruce, Miss Florence
Will Celebrate Nelson, Mrs. Lettit Stephen,
Mrs. Josephine Lockett, Mrs
The Ultra Modern Saving and Helen Newsome, Mrs. Ara-
Serving Circle will celebrate tada Floyd, Miss Jaunlta Law,
the twenty-third anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie L11 You Will Never Better
Sunday, April 28, from 4 to 6 Ewing Mr. Norab Cotton, Mrs. Buy a 2pc.
p.m.Y.W.C.A.at the Lewis Branch oruie Lucille Counsel, Mr. Willie
&, 8th and Calhoun. Poole Mrs loss Brooks, Mr.Cleveland .
Streets. The club with the largest Williams,Deacon and .


prise Mrs.attendance! Agnes W.will Brown receive will be a Tiller Mrs.Mrs. tannie Lester Mrs. Bernice Johnson.Ebonite Mann Mrs..KlUlon David and for The Price!

participants mistress of ceremonies.scheduled art Other: Sofa-Sleeper : I

Mrs. Doris Smith, Mrs.Motel- Social
la Meacham,Mrs.Bedle Singleton .
Mrs. Maud Campbell,Moncrlet I
Baptist Church Choir, Club Will HaveAnnhersary

MRS.Mrs. Hughes Martin,Miss Mrs.Charlie Christian Mat Compare Elsewhere at $129.95. .13995. even 149.95 1

Gardner, Mrs. Janlt Hill, Mrs. ;

Susie Williams Coker Mrs., Mrs.ClyUe Altemest Harp, celebrate The Ebonite the Social fourth Club anniversary will- Chair and Sofa with Durable Vinyl or Nylon Cover! $ 9 995 ti,i

Mrs. Alvenlct McQueen Wood-. Sunday, April 28, at Payne
row CarD, Mrs. PrlscUla Wilson Chapel A. M. E. Church, East
Mrs. Esther Milton Mrs. Twenty-third and Plateau, at
Evelyn adorn, Mrs. Janie Cannon 3 p.m. For young homemokers{ and others who want to furnish their home on a

Grant Memorial Male Participants will be Mrs.Ver. conservative budget,, here is on exceptional opportunity to save on an
Choir, and others. Mrs ......
mail Bennett, Mrs. Virginia
Harris is president,Mrs.Helen Mallory, Mrs. Dorothy Davis, attractive and durable piece living room suite. The sofa does double duty

Cleveland is panist. Mrs. Parlle M. Robinson, Mrs. too it opens up to moke a comfortable bed when needed! Comfort.

Marlene Laster, Miss Eleanor able coil spring and foam construction, this sofa:sleeper and chair ensemble "

FAMUon Plans Cook Mrs., Miss Catherine Katherine Sampson Marshall and may be had with either vinyl or nylon fabric upholstery in choice of Your Credit is Good at Haverty's

I Mrs. Maxine Dallas, Mrs. A. colors Haverty's makes it easy to take advantage of this wonderful Tike Months Td PlY on EASY TERMS! I.

Hatch, Mrs. Dessle McCray, value too Pay only $10 down and take months to pay the balance '
June WeddingTALLAHASSEE Mrs. Bernice Sanders, Mrs
; Katherine Way, Mrs. Alice on terms to suit your budget. Free Delivery up to 200.miles!

Fla.Mrs.Jacqueline Phillips, Mrs.Queenle.Davis
Mrs. Alice Garmon Mrs.MaxIne
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ridge Drive announces the engagement Router and Rev.R.A.King, ., ...-
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Frances Jones, to WUI ,
!I bert Alexander. He Is the son Camelia Ladies : t' .' J t 'i'if

Club Meets "; :f .
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F Camelia Ladles Club will :
I meet With Mrs. Margaret Cos- '::1"': .
tells, 757 Monroe, Tuesday at : ,.:; .
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j jt 8 p.m., on May 7. Plans will be 1 1 -

jt made for a trip to Butler's. ,
I t Beach on June 30. Mrs. A.... a 7e I II,
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t.r. Studies Verse A I

The Epicurean Club will be
entertained In the home of Mrs
J Mildred Newton, 4912 Fortieth
ANDREA FRANCES JONES Circle. Mrs. Mary Nelson will
be co-hostess. The Bible Verse
of Mrs. Maggie Alexander of begins with A-
Dunn Street and the late Robert rl!
Alexander. Miss Jones was graduated s I Iw
from FAMU High and is Jolly Twelve Meets
presently a senior speech cor-
rection major at Florida AIM
University. Mr. Alexander was With Mrs. MerchantThe .'
from Lincoln High
graduated Jolly Twelve Social ta.awea.ehus
School In Tallahassee and attended
Saving Club will meet with Mrs.
AIM University
Florida -
Rosa Dick 1776 West Fifth,
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with Eastman Kodak Tuesday night at 8:30p.m.Mrs.
Mattie L. King is president.
Company in Rochester, N.Y. A Mrs. Loreatta L. Bush is DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE! = '
Tallahassee garden wedding Is porter. re- ;MS:,II ;;3 zIOO:

planned for June 29 at the homed LAURA at DUVAL 6160 BEACH BLVD v .
. Mrs. Sue K. Russell. aunt of tailat ao nut Iii sort.

}i the brlde-to-be. HELP FIGHT CANCER WITHA Perk Free at Park Central Scull Mon thru Fril 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. lit 9.30

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Aid Group Has TeaThe Union Has Revival Organizations Plan To Help Poor Needy

The Every Ready Choirs' Union

Bethel Pulpit AME Aid Church Board, Mrs.of New Alberto revival will hour bold at the the monthly Mt. Herman mass South lax Mission Bible For A President Efforts Will Be Made To

Morris president, pre Baptist Church Sunday, April
sents Its annual Mother's Day 28, at 2:45: p.m. Deacons Prime Units Meet Saturday Problems Of GhettoNEW
Tea Sunday, May 12, from 4 to and Camel will be In charge Reach

Rev, J. H. Perry is pastor. The South Area Jai Missionaries ..
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6p.m.Ml. Mary Spence is president. F. will hold a semi-annual yykk:;:,: S YORK N.Y. The leaders of the nation' four major

Moriah Has Brown is spiritual advisor and meeting Saturday, April 27, at religious bodies today asked Congress for an Economic Bill
Elsie Jr. 10 a.m.ID Payne Chapel A.M.E. the late Dr.
Washington Murphy, of Rights for the JIsadvaDta&ed.adYocated by Martin
Singing Fete is reporter. Church, Twenty-third and Pla Lather Klnc/Jr. urged citizens support the Government "even

Zion Singers teau. taxation as it seeks to achieve Dr. King's objective -
Hope 10 Ole area or : ,
There will be a contest between
The Arts and Craft Committee to "the private sector accelerate Its program
and appealed
the B.S.A. and the Soul Revivals Plan For MusicalThe will present a program. Mrs. for Improving conditions under which the disadvantaged
Gospel Singers In Mt. Moriah Fannie M. Foster is supervisor _
Church 1953 West 9th Zion Hope Singers will live and work,"
Baptist ; Mrs. Lenora G. Jones is interreUgious tine of implementing the recommendations .
St. 28 at 8 give a program at the African The unprecedented
sUOOaYtAprD p.m. area chairman. Rev.R.A. Kingis present of the National
the
statement on
Mrs. Is United Church, Sunday, April
sponsor. pastor. Rev. W.F. Foster is Commission
Civil
Advisory on
Rev. H.L. Herod Is pastor. 28, at 8:30 p.m. Mrs.be-"'x presiding elder.Macedonia. crisis-issued for publicationon to
Disorders
Belle is sponsor. Easter Sunday was signed extraordinary
by the Most Rev. John F.Dear- action to achieve" the late Dr.
Units den, president of the National King's objective when he said:
: NOTICE Council of Churches; His Em "I hope.?that what comes out

, To: All Resident of Duval County, Public and Private Agencies Join AnniversariesGreater thence, Archbishop lakovos, of these non-violent demonstrations
and OrganizationsFrom chairman of the Standing Conference will be an Economic Bill

, : The Board of County: Commissioners Duval County, Fla. Macedonia Baptist of Orthodox Bishops in of Rights for the Disadvantage
: Subject: Designation of Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity Church 3333 Franklin Street, f1I1 "' the America; and Rabbi JacobP. requiring about 10 or 12 billion
will be the scene Sunday at 3 of the Synagogue dollars."
Rodin
Inc., as the contlnulngCotnmunltyjActionAgency president
for all the Communities of Duval County. p.m., of anniversaries by Districts Council of America. The religious leaders said they

Pursuant to Public Law 90-222 of December 23, 1967, knownas No. 1 through 6. In 'behalf of their respective "urge the private sector to accelerate .
"Economic Opportunity Amendment of 1967," and OEO Among participants will be: church organisations, the four its program for Im-
Memoradnum No. 80 dated February 15, 1968, the County gave Mrs. Emma Melton,Miss Diana '. religious leaders said they providing conditions under
its notice on March 11, 1968, of the County's intention to designate Matthews, Mrs. Bernice Campbell "bow together in grief before which thedisadvantaged live and
Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity, Inc., as Deacon Clarence Jarrell, ..- the shameful murder of Dr. work and,at the same time,urge
the continuing Community Action Agency for Duval County and Miss Ullle Ruth Crews, Miss Martin Luther King Jr., a unique the public sector to encouragethis
the Greater Jacksonville Area. Angela Jones, Mrs. M.L. Polite apostle of the non-violent acceleration by the use of

In further compliance with the laws and regulations named Samuel Bryant, Mrs Lucille drive for Justice,and affirm that appropriate financial Incentives. .
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herein the Commission is holding a public meeting on May Jarrell, Miss Brenda JarreD :::. :' ).i. no service of remembrance or ."
6, 1968 at 11:00 a.m. o'clock in room 305 of the Duval County and Mrs. Bessie Merchant local memorial Is equal to the They declare "our intention
Court House to give each resident and organization in Duval Music will be furnished by the greatness of his labor or the take Immediate steps bdeYelqla
County an opportunity to publicly express their views and to combined choirs of the church, vastness of our national need." coordinated sacrlfical efforton
submit written comments on the designation of a Community with Mrs.Hattie Bess in charge. While commending members tbepart of theAmerican

Action Agency and on the intended designation Greater Jacksonville Devotional will be conducted by of Congress for passing the religious community to belpthe

Economic Opportunity, Inc., as the continuing Community Deacons James Melton andW.M. Civil Rights Act of 1968, the disadvantaged to Implement
Action Agency for Duval County Residents. Wright. Rev. J.C. Rogers, statement urges Congress "to local programs," and affirmed

Signed: Board of, County Commissioners of pastor, will make remarks. NEW Y,.,tiG- President William V.S. Tubtnan of Liberia is presented t silver-bound Bible approve immediately the balance "that only throughnassive contributions

Duval County' Friendly Westside by B'nal Brlth, the Jewish service organization in recognition of his country's friendship and of the $1,980,000,000 authorised by the American
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By: Fletcher Morgan, Its Chairman close ties with the people of Israel. Making the presentation are Senator Jacob K. Javlts of by the Economic Opportunity people can this nation duly honor -
New York and Eugene Sugarman, president of B'nal B'ritb's Northeastern district Mr. Tub Act for fiscal year the life-offering of MartinLuther
Choirs Union Holds man is a student of the Bible. In accepting the gift, he described it as "t light illuminate the 1968." King, Jr., and responsibly -
pathways of man." The statement requests Pre lift up the burden of the

FOR SALE Mass Meeting sldent Johnson and Congress"as poor ,and oppressed in our
a first step in the dlrec- land."
The Friendly Westside Choirs I
Union will observe the regular Second Baptist *:: *

monthly mass revival meeting [ CHURCH NEWS 1 Dr. Puryear Is
Sunday afternoon, April 28, at Church Lists HI. Salem's Choir

2:30 p.m., in the main unit of

1 Mt. Canaan Baptist Church, MT. SALEM BAPTIST Nome LeadersTwo No. 1 Celebrates10th Scheduled For
1055 Van Buren Street. The
Sunday School begins at 0:30 a.m., with Superintendent Jack
Male Chorus and the combined
John
Annual St. Talk
choirs of Royal Tabernacle Green in charge The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. The outstanding personalities
morning devotionals take place at 11 a.m., with Deacons G will be guest speakers at Second
o! Baptist Church and Combined Mt. Salem Baptist Church's
Usher. Boards Tucker and Ode Wilbert in charge Choir No.2 and Usher Board Baptist Church Sunday, April St. John's Baptist Church,
of Canaan Choir
Mt. No. 1 will celebrate the
No. 1 will serve. The evening devotions begin at 6 p.m. Rev. W. 28. O 1.yand Bridler, will celebrate
will Senior Choir No. 1 tenth
serve O. Rogers or his appointee'will bring the message. At 3:30: In the.morning service Rev.W. anniversary Monday night, the Annual Dual Day Sunday
of .Mt. Canaan is the host 29
April at 8 in the church
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Rev J.M. Hazelton host group min p.m., District No. 1 will present a musical tea In the church S. Hart fkldpt Kansas City, auditorium. p.nu, April 28. Guests will be
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auditorium. Deacon George Tucker will Mo. present throughout the day.
serve as master of will speak. .Rev. Harts-
Islet Mrs. Stewart
Ruby B. Mrs. Minnie Lie Clark will be
ceremonies. Mrs. Mary Von Elllss will give the welcome ad* field is a former resident of mistress The guest speaker for the

president.The Choirs Union will hold dress. Hostesses will be Misses Vlnda Nelson, Call Madrlck, Jacksonville lit Is now pastor those scheduled ceremonies.to Among morning service will be Dr. R.
the Mrs. Clara Brown and Mrs. Evelyn Wynn Ousts scheduledto of the Metropolitan Missionary appear are: W. Puryear, president of
quarterly business conference Mrs Vera Thomas Deacon
and In the main appear are: The Harris Singers, Mrs. Renova Cook, Mrs. Baptist Church of Kansas City. 1. Florida Memorial College. Dr.
banquet Ulysses Johnson
Shirley Klnson, Miss Geneva Tasker and the Gretel and Gretel He is a noted evangelist and has b. r y H. James Green will preside,
auditorium of Church
Mt. Canaan Baptist Choir No. 1 Mt Canaan
.Talent School Mrs. Maxine Dallas Is program chairman. Rev. traveled throughout America representing Mt OUv A.M.&
Church, Monday evening, v. Baptist Choir No. 2, First Church. Mrs. Ruth: G. Gray d
is and
: .c.CI.lsleader.? MrsvC. Sampson Europe.
May 13, at 7.30p.m.The -- reporter. Corinth Choir No. 2, Mt. Salem Bethel Baptist Institutional win
I Friendly Westside Union Attorney Don Nichols will be Baptist Choir No. 3 .
I FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST the ,MtMorlaa read the Scriptures. William
Male Chorus will hold rehearsal keynote speaker for youth Choir No. 1 Mt. Bethel
II The young people will be in charge services all day. Sunday Sunday evening. Attorney Nichols Choir Broadway of Bethel Baptist lest -
this Saturday afternoon, April No. 1, B.W. Williams Chorus
I School begins at 9JO. The diooal will be In charge of
morning service 11 is
II 27, at ,:00 pm..1n the main unit begins at a.m. a leader in the First Redeem Baptist Choir
Choir No. 3 aid Usher Board No.3 No.2. missions. The Florida Memorial
will all
+ of Mt. Sinai serve day. Choir No. 3 Baptist Church downtown. lit
E. Missionary Baptist Midway Tabernacle Choir
No. 1
I Church, 1551 Lee Street. Rev. will have a tea Sunday evening,April 28,at 4 pjj., at the church will speak at 7 p.m. Evergreen College Choir will sing.
); Baptist Choirs No. 1
; Miss Brenda Robinson is prestdent.DtstrlctNo.4 John H. Morris will present
Ephesis .Sneatb -Oar Alieitist Chirch Benjamin Jefferson Lane Is will hold Wet Regualr services will begin and No. 7. Mt Vernon Baptist
monthly meeting Sunday April 28 4:30 with the President Puryear.Dr. .
pastor. Mrs Catherine W. evening at : p.m., in the Sunday School Members Choir
I located Corner Jessie at VII Birei East ,Sykes and James. Harvey will borne of Deacon Issac Robert, 5619 Bree Road.He is the leader. of the young peoples department Choir No.No. 1 1,and Varlck Springhlll Memorial Baptist J. Irving E. Scott of the
District No. 1 will bold Duval School Board will
be in the monthly meeting the home of Deacon wljl-asslst, Rev. J. County
charge.
Site is Fir Sale To The Hifbest liHir. Baleb Crayon Sunday April 28. He is the leader. The regular C. Sara .Wor,will review the of God Gospel in Christ Chorus. The Choir bring obersvatlons. J. J.Nixon
monthly conference will be Tuesday night, April 30, at Sunday School lesson. The Bap Choir No.1 will will introduce visitors. Mrs.
The Coieretatioi has .Oitfrowi The 8 p.m. The deacons will meet Monday night, April 29, ft" .:n. tist Training Union will be held Deacon serve. Rev. W.D.Jones,pastor Claryce Hughes chairman will
Attend The Deacon Robert Kendrick is chairman. The Missions;, Scf:;; at 5:30. The Prayer of Faith George Tucker is president make remarks. Those on the
Pmtit licitioi, Mal Is Wirshipiii At will hive a project Saturday, April 27, in the Lome Da jca Hour Is a popular church event tithes and offerings committee
John Wilson. Rev. Remus Smith, pastor. and takes place Tuesdays at 7 are: Miss Helen Price, E. J.
27EO W. Edteiooi1 li The SckiilAitfitiriiB I Church Of p.m. The pastor will administer Crisis In Norman, Leroy Jackson Mrs.
NEW MT. OUVE BAPTIST the baptismal rites at 7:15.The Florrle Walker, C.-W. onrt
CALL 16$- 946. 768-5636 Your Choice Youth Day will be celebrated Sunday Sunday School begins at' monthly business meeting will and Mrs Christine Jones.

9.30 with Miss Jennie Taylor, acting superintendent, In charge. be at 8:15.: Mrs. Alberta J. Nation Program Professor WJ Sweet of Stan-
The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor or his appointee. The Williams Is reporter. ton Vocational High School will

morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge Ends Sunday preside In the Sunday School.
Rev W.L. Glanton, pastor, will speak. The evening service Guest teachers will be Mrs.
VOTE begins at 8.50: with the deacons in charge. The devotion sermon New Redeem'sMen's Frontiers of Faith, "Crisis In Maude L. StorreyMrs.Colotee

will be delivered by the pastor.Deacon Brick Grant is chairman. the Nation: White Racism",will Bridge Doxell Varner, 8....
DayIs terminate Sunday Pauline, Summer Wiles and Arnold
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GRANT MEMORIAL A.M.E. the appearance of Rev.David R. Burndy.Julius Mack will be
I Services will begin with the Sunday Church School at 9:30: Hunter of the Council of the reviewer.-
Church
a.m., with A.V. Rose and his staff of Officers and Teachers. April 28 James Baldwin and Dr.William Councilwoman Mary Singleton

/DAU$1IN The Youth Choir will serve at both services, supported by the B. Kennedy, speaking oa. will preside at the evening service
Male Chorus, during the evening worship period. Usher Board New Redeem Baptist Church panel. Doris Ann is executive which begins at 7 pm.,
No. 4 will be on duty at both services. The pastor, Dr. A. Joseph 1614 East 30th St., will observe of this nationwide Music will be featured. Rev. A.
ReddIck will deliver the messages throughout the day. At the'' Men's Day Sunday, April 28. prod. J. Hughes, pastor of the church
close of the evening worship, there will be a program sending Deacon Eunice Dunson will he will make remarks.

the Pastro to the General Conference of the A.M.E. Church chairman. Roosevelt Bacon will *
: Ii STATEATTCRNEY which convenes in Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Reddick is a Candidate be co-chairman.

for the Bishopric in this Meeting which convenes May 1-14.. Rev. ...... Smith will deliver Buckmanettes Traveling Stars
the main address in the
: EXPERIENCED-QUAUflED-ENERGETIC EMANUEL BAPTISTOn morning. Other participants Sing At Magnolia Present

i, hMdMk.l AMMwwM. Iy .. e.J.A.C.wNp Tuesday the teachers' meeting will be held at the church will be: Deacon Leonard Davis ProgramThe
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.at the usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge. On Deacon McKinley Washington, Church
I Stars
Traveling Gospel
Wednesday Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2 devotions; Rev. Lorenzo Monroe The Burkina nettes will sing at Singers will be in
Ij will rehearse at 8 p.m. On Friday Choir No. 1 will rehearse mission prayer; Jerry Magnolia Baptist Church Sundayafternoon musical presented a
j 1968.GIIADUATES at 8 p.m. On Saturday the Male Chorus will meet for the monthat Richardson, notices; Rev.Monroe at 3 p.m. Sunday May 3 at the m Friday night Faith
of
7.30: p.m. The Junior Choir will rehearse at 4:30: p.m. Sunday prayer Rev.Norman prayer School will be held at 9:45. TheIDOJ'D1ng Spiritual, Unity
Church
School begins at 9.30: with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon for the sick; Deacon J.H. worship begins at 11 3116 North
: & JUNE BRIDESOnce Geroge Smith in The lie Crawford Myrlte Ave. Elder M. B. Harrington
charge. lesson worship begins at ,welcome;Allen Jackson a.m. Rev. W.S. Peoples will Is
, con George Smith in charge. The lesson will be reviewed solo; OfferlngSamuel Bryant speak. Rev. Walter M. Tinsley will pastor. Many groups
j ID A lifetime .. by aa appointee. Consecration takes place at 10:50. The mora, and Johnnie Swain. The New will speak at 6 p.m. the participate. All groups of
city
.. ing worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge. Bap Redeem choir will sing. Ushers are welcome. The service -
'tJ" ( tism will be observed in the morning service. The B.T.U. will be in charge of seating. begins at 1 p.m.
. Special J will be at 5 p.m., with Deacon James Fbllllps in charge. The Participants in the six o'clock Joint Sunday

Of :i evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. Choir No. 1, the Junior services will be Deacon Robert Holsey C.M.E.

!s I.. ;. ( ColorPicture, PKG. Choir, Usher Board No. 1 and the Junior Ushers will sent. Stephen, Deacon Willie Akins.. School PlannedFor

'-. ',, .... .' .. Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B. Fisher will be in charge of devotions Deacon Jessie My- Church
! music. Choir No. 1 is asked to serve in the fellowship ser rick, missions Jerry Richard. Mt. Mea'sDay

I; { ; ;afudio S. i Pictures i .. vice. con, notices Larry Norman Zion

r ,t., t.t ,.. MT. SINAI HOLINESS welcome; Tommie Logan, response The fourth Sunday Joint Sun Is In May
and Charles
r The monthly missionary services will be held all Rev. W.D. Bacon,solo. day School will be held at Mt. Holsey CME Church will hold
New :Brides or Brides, To Be: day Sunday Young will deliver Zion Baptist and will begin at Its
Sunday School begins at 10:30 a.m. The morning service begins the address. 9:30 with men day on May 19. Edward
at 11:45.: Evangelist Bessie Mason a.m. Mrs 8. Alston Coley is
will Ell-
speak in the morning, chairman.
in charge. The lesson
One Full Black& White Gown 8x10 Picture representing the Church of God at Steele and Blue. Minister reviewed by the host will be jU. Avery will be co-chairman.
Larry Boston of the Church of the Living God will speak in the Friendship Primitive pastor. Wmrod Pollard win be secre
.afternoon as a guest of the young people. The service begins 1 i. tary, Tommie Lee Mumford

Only $395! Special Rates at 330. The Y.&H.A. begins at 7 p.m. The night service begins chairman of finanace and C.F.
;. at 8 p.m. Mother Isabell Vickers is president. Elder L.... Announces Rose of Sharon Hoglocated treasurer.Tne'churchti

Complete Wedding Service Sparks is .pastor. Tn church is located at 1136 West 21st.COLOSSIANS at Tbrtd art Frankjln
On
French Tea Club Will Hold Sunday services will be as
BAPTIST usual. Sunday school begins at
{ Color tCcfp' & Gown. Pictures1968HiKhysTftrr Sunday School begins at 930. The morning worship begins at Friendship Primitive Baptist> Meeting Soon 1:30: with Mrs Birth Griffin
: 11 a.m..The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Craw- Church is sponsoring a French u charge. The mona1DrwordJI
.. I.:;Graduates- : Hull iliiu Coto'BOB ford, pastor, will speak at both services. and Usher Tea on April 28 from 4 to The Rose of Sharon Bible Cl* begins at li a.m wElder tilt pss'

SMITH* Board No. 1 will serve all day. The Crusader. will give p.m Jo Ann Hicks is speaker. will meet Sunday with Mrs ..tor presiding At 6 p.m pre-

,. FASHION STUDIO a program after the service. The Deacons and Deaconesses will Mrs Lucille Johnson is spin Junett Jordan 1740 West hold.u' MJiBoi-eni will'
celebrate their anniversary prayer. service Tuesday night at sor. Mrs. Rosa Anderson Is Eleventh, at 4 pjn Mrs Naomi the second quarterly meet-
2422 N. Myrtle l Ave. At 15th 768-3200 7:30. president of Usher Board No. :Alexander Is president Mrs. tog.Rev.DaveMcEvlnlspai.PIC(4 -
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Revivals Men's Women's Feature Church Weekend .* ** ., .

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Jacksonville Churchgoers Union Progressive Jacksonville
Winner Economic


Will Hear Prominent WorkersThe I Church Hold Men's I Palatka News I Opportunity Helps NeedyGreater i


men of Simpson Methodist held each night at 7:30. Em- Day CelebrationUnion r

Church, Rev.S.S.Robinson,Jr., phasts Is being placed on drop->> Jacksonville Economic food

pastor, will _celebrate Men's nits. u __ Progressive Baptist The members of the sociology: class at Central Academy Rich program Is now offering low-income Opportunity's people who distribution have not-
Church 613 St. Rev.
Day Pippin
Sunday, April 28. Ne w Mt. Morton Methodist ,
under the of Miss S. A. Smith qualified to receive the food
sponsorship are keenly aware of an oppotunlty to apply during the
V.D. Hawkins,assistant director Church's Annual Women's Day Jake Ray, pastor, will observe
the problems that exist In society. However, no amount of psy- regular distribution time in the Mazvllle and Jacksonville Beach
of the G.JJE.O., will be the celebration will be beldSjnday: Men's Day Sunday, all day. G areas.
chological terms or scientific investigation can eliminate these
speaker for the morning ser April 28.Sunday. Services start with the Sunday problems that occur within the society.: That Is why we took It Alphonso E. Scott, director of properly certified clients ire
vice. Carter School at 9:30
T. Lewis will In
be begins
: School at 9:30, with Guest Sup Into our hands to take a trip to Sunland Training Center to the program for GJEO, has announced chopped beef, peanut batter,-
charge of music. The Grant with Mrs. Beulah Alston
sup- observe of these problems of margerlne, lard, meal, grits,
erintendent Elijah Toley in one retardation. mentally. and tthv- that people desiringto
Memorial Men's chorus will erintendent In charge. The
Teachers will be Dea sclally. become eligible for the com- rice, flour, dried beans, split
sing for the morning service morning worship begins at 11 charge.con Willie Adams, Louis Jones, Our departure from the school ion, Bradford, Alachua, Levy, : modities may make application beans, raisins, dried milk and
The Douglas Anderson Chorus a.m. Mrs.Elizabeth Perry Wise
Sam King, Deacon Willie Jones was Wednesday, April 16, at Gilchrist, Hamilton, Suwannee, between 9:00: and 11:30 a.m., rolled wheat
will will be the .
sing In the principal speaker.The
evening. and Columbia. will visit
Wright
II jI bi
and Deacon W. Jackson.Deacon 12:30.: We arrived In GaInes- every second Thursday In the
Officers James serving choir will come
are: Morgan his
area to explain the
A.W. Grant will review the les- ville at 1:45: p.m. We were purpose .r .Maxville Civic Center;and from
Jr., General chairman; James from Mt. Olive Baptist Church. of VICA and encourage nonmembers BUY U.S.
greeted by Mr. Meserve the
8:30 until 11:30 second
Williams and Roosevelt Paige, Mrs May H. Harris will be son. to loin. : : every .
11 director" nf social service. He
In the morning service, at Fruday at the Teen Town Club
,
co-chairman Tyrone Williams pastor for the day Mrs. delegate }
; Miss Claudia Jones was a ft SAYING BONDS
Deacons Willie Sison and 'then to Mr.
a.m., Introduced us Penman and Second Avenues,
program chairman; Frank Josphon Wanton will be in and a contestant for the ..: F! .
Clint James will be In charge Proctor: a social worker, who South, Jacksonville Beach.
Cooper, publicity. charge of the young people'sprocram Job Interview Contest In which
SHARON JONES
at 3 of devotions. Rev H.Brown will was to be out guide through the During these hours applicants I
Rev.D.B. Barnes, pastor of p.m. Mrs.Sallye ,speak. Rev. Glvlngs will be tour of the Institution.A special she was first place winner. She Miss Sharon Jones, above was may certify and will be notified In MemoriamIn
Sweetfleld Baptist Church, has Mathls, councUwoman, will pastor for the day The Willing program had been set up for us recleved a trophy and a Gold the winner of the VICA Trophy, whether or not they have
announced that a revival will speak In the evening service. Workers Male Chorus will serve to follow while at the center. Medal. The trophy will be displayed Jn the Interview contest. James been apporved to receive the loving memory of our beloved

begin on Monday night, May 6, Outstanding artists will also appear throughout the day. Willie The program that we received IntheC.A.HighSchool's WrlRht is the new VICA president food stuffs, Scott said brother, husband, father
with Rev. W.E. Sims, evangelist Rev Willie Smith is pas- Wade and Deacon Singleton will was follows:2:00-2:1Spec: Trophy Room and the medal Both are Juniors at Central Offerend to supplement the and uncle, Mr. Governor -
of Miami, Fla., In charge. tor. Mrs. Beatrice Gray Is will go to Miss Jones. Academy High School.
take the offering ial training school; 2:15-2:30, diets of needy families and tndlviduals Amerson, who passed a-
services lead- Mrs. Norma Mc- Mr. Fred R. Brooks, principal ,
chairman.
Prayer meeting In the seven o'clock service Academic school; 2:30-2:45: these free surplus way one year ago today,April
Ing to the revival will begin on Crary is co-chairman and Mrs. Deacons J.C. King and Willie Occupational therapy;2:45-3:00: also attended the meeting commodities are distributed to 29, 1967. Our hearts still

Monday, April 29, and will be Mary Gantt Is secretary Donger and A.W. Grant will be Music therapy and motion picture The out convention of interest had much his schO to offer (. -, New York persons who qualify according ache with sorrow. Our eyes

in charge of devotions Rev. W. ; 3:00-3:30: : ,Lilac,hibiscus, vocational educat It to a formula based on family still fill with sad tears. But
B. Hooks will speak.A.C.Lock- and Hickory Cottages;3:30-3:45: to \ Income and the number of persons in our hearts we will never

CHURCH NEWS ett and Deacon Thomas will Boys and Girls Half-Way was quite a very a enjoyable success for expe..enceand both the In the family. Applications forget your loving smile and
take the offering. Houses; 3:45-4:15: : Chapel and must be made by the head dear sweet voice. We loved
and the advisor
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 Ushers for the day will be 4:15-4:30: Special services delegates of the household, single persons yon very much and always

GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTISTRev. Johnny Knox, Luther Holloman; The facilities provided for may apply If they are not will. As long u we have life.

J. C. Rogers, pastor. Services Sunday begin with the Sun- Ira Allen, Ruther Jones, people>> at the home are for approximately boarders. Applicants must have We hull meet you some day

day School at 9:30 a.m., with Tyrone Merchant and teachers In Brother Jackson and Eddie 2,000children.Be The Youth cooking facilities and must nor- in heaven. Sadly missed by

charge The Bible verse will begin with the letter P. The mornIng Reid. fore leaving from Sunland we mally prepared meals home. Wife; Sons, Sisters, Nieces,
consecration: service begins at 10:45 with the deacons tanked our guide for the tour. Urban Among staples avallabel to .and Nephews and Friends.
charge of devotions. The music will be furnished by Choirs No. Pretty Tea At Our departure was most sor League

t and No. 3, and Usher Board No. 3 will serve. Baptismal ser- rowful, because wt had found out
vices will be conducted Deaconess St. Matthew that'2200 people are not aware
during the morning worship Green PowerThe
of the status which WRITE WRHC
Board No. 2 will meet after the service Districts No. 1 throughNo. in they stand. TODAYWin

6 will celebrate their anniversary with a unique program. Will Fete ManyDistrict Nevertheless, we realize that
their lives lie In the hands
of Youth Urban League of
The B.T.P.U. how will begin at 5:30 with Mrs. M.L. Polite in
charge The special feature will be given by Miss Call Ham- No. I of St Matthew God and trained specialists. Jacksonville, having taken partin $25.00 For Your Church
monds and Wilbert Weston. The Bible drill will be conducted by Baptut Church. West 28th Furthermore, we realize that Initial planning and drafting

Mrs Bessie Merchant. The evening worship begins at 6.30: street ,will present a Pretty Hat words cannot express the actual of Operation Green Power, Is
Both day will be delivered by the Tea Sunday, April 28, from e experience that we had.Every throwing Its full support behind MILDRED MCKNIGHTMrs. Cut out the., coupon below and
form majorHogers.A fellow for one can have this opportunity this worthwhile community
Re,. hip hour will be conducted to 6 p.m.Musical. Mildred McKnight and
all candidates. Weekly services are u follows: Tuesday, 7:30 numbers will be fur see and understand what It projectand we urge other daughter, Betty McKnight, write your question then I

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study; Wednesday night rehearsals nlshed by Miss Martha N.W11- means.C.A. HIGH NEWS youth community action agencies widow and daughter of the tote mail

of Choirs No. 1, 2, 1 and 4, at I p.m.; Thursday, 12 noon, Hams, Mrs. Emmeral Johnsoa to do likewise. James L.McKnight,are visiting

Missionary Society Prayer Meeting; Friday, 6 p.m., Friendly Mrs. Edna Underwood, Mr..0.B. Mrs. L. E. Asia, Head of We feel that there Is a distinct In- their grandmother and mother to radio station WRHC P.O.
Usher Board No. 1, meeting Deacon W.M. Wright presiding Price. Music will be furnished need for this program In New York City, Mrs Rosa ,
Home Economics Department at already -
worth has
its
our city u
Mrs. Bessie Merchant is Mrs. Maudelle Green ,
reporter. by Gilbert, who Is UL Mrs Mildred
C.A. attended theA.nnualFuture
Mrs. Virginia Sams. Mrs, been proven, la the past McKnight Is a member of Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla.
Homemakers Association meetin
TABERNACLE BAPTIST Louise Hargrove. Mrs. Irene for, while other cities went the Abyssinia Baptist Church ,
Tallahassee last week.
Sunday School begins at':30 a.m.,Mrs.Solomon,superintendent Johnson Mrs. ALMA Crawler through turmoil and racial and sings In the choir Miss
will be In charge The lesson will be reviewed by Miss L.P. Mrs Johnnie Mae Gates.Mrs. The C.A. Bulldogs baseball strife, the "long, hot summer JacobMe Settle Is a member of PHONE: 389-1111
team "
Is scheduled to the
play "Cool here In Jackson
Worthan. Rtv.w.E. Young will deliver the Usher Kltchlng will serve u was
message. Elaine
=
Henry Gardens a'S UCTIONS
: The WRHC "Mall Box"
Murray Bulldogs ofSUAugiis- will
Board No. 4 will serve. The af-yodb choir rehearsal will be narrator. Coiffures will be featured ville.la attempt to get
lead- Une this week. order that this program an a ser to any question you may have on any subject: Such
Wednesday at 8:30. The teachers' meeting will beat 645.: Prayer by one of the city's
The C.A. Marching Bulldogs u schools, rents, taxes, city and
be carried ot county government and
sucess-
might so
meeting takes place at730a.m.The Young People and Willing ing beauticians Mrs. Edna B. ATTEND CHURCH
la the annual Bethlehem
participated fully, theremust be a total Involvement Write
Workers Clubs will meet in the home of Deacon and Mrs. Stone Calhoun.
Grand Chapter O.EJS. your questions below and mall at Your
of the youth community once. question
at 1919 West Fourth at 3:30 p.m. The annual Women's Day will The Friendly Hostess Club and
the
answer with
parade last Tuesday. There U along your name and address will
Gol la the program from be
be May 19. Mrs Athens general chairman will serve, along with the
broadest
were fine compliments from time to time on WRHC please
so
den Dream club. Mrs Cora many Inception throughout the pro DEATH NOTICE print your
on their superior performance. ixine and address. Write u often u like and listen
for
you .
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST-. Scott will be dean of hostesses gram. TROTTER-Mr. Eddie'Tro lOll: aDI1Ar
?
Charlie Mutton C.A. mathematics There rtust also be a Uasoa 'unWKJKUOOonyour your total communlf-
Sunday School begins at 9.SO with Deacon Junious Sneed la Mrs. Emma Watkins will teacher, has resignedhis and the administrative tter, Sr., 63, of 1645 Burlln- atatloa, on the air 24 hours a day. .

charge, assisted by Mrs. Ullie Webbed and Mrs. Sadie Fedd. be grand chairman. Deacon T. position here to take t Job between the parent end of the program gome, Detroit,Michigan,and For the beat question each week during this mailing, Radio
The morning service begins at 11 a.ra. The c1totIoDaIltnlces is leader. Mrs. former resident of thls city f
C. Wiggins a sward $13.,00
to tw church of
In Atlanta.
in Industry for It can only succeed through 5RuES10N? Sf your choice
will be In charge of Lawrence Pratt an Alfonso Urllla. Rev Johnnie Marshall president.hev. Several of the C.A High Schoolteachers and passed away April ZI, le61.
Earnest Williams, acting pastor, will speak The Deaconesses G.A.Prlce is pastor. plan to attend the Annual total community support He was a former member of
will be la charge of the dining room. The district mass meeting knowledge. West Union Baptist Church :
Florida Education Association factor In ..j
will be at 3 p.m. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. Junior Another contingent and served on the Deacon
In Miami
Ushers and the Junior Choir will serve W day. Rev. Earnest Williams Unity of Faith Beach meeting the success of the program Is Board for' many years At .
April 25-27. Delegatesselected
Informing the public of thepro- I
acting pastor Mrs Vivian Wilson, reporter. are Lawrence Bryant, gram and recruiting participants the time of his death, Mr. f

Church Plansjwo Willie Seabury, Mrs. R J>. Williams of the program. Extra Trojter was a member of

and Mrs. L. N. Seabury. curricular activities such u Greater Ephesions Baptist PLEASE PRINT I
New B elh el AM.E. Rev. Johnson AnniversariesUnity Others planning to attend Include recreation and cultural enrich- Cburc', Detroit, Michigan, MY NAME B I

Henry H.. Wright, Mrs. ment should be undertaken u and waved U Chairman of I
of Faith Church. 3116 Incentives that will attract youth the Deacon Board. He leaves '
WillHoldOuarlerly Of St. L. N. Osgood George Dean and MYmygeestiADDRESSis .
Stephen'sConference North Myrtle Ave., will bold Fred R. Brooks.H. and encourage them to participate a wife, Mrs. Roberta trot- on Is Judged best, please send S25.00 to the church.

two anniversaries soon, the one O. Gill's science classes in the program. ter, two sons,Eddie and Lui- W my choice, which Is
that of the pastor Rev ...8. ous Trotter of Detroit four
Will Be GuestThe will attend the Florida Engineering Training should also be provided ,
the other that ot the daughters Mrs. Hicks "
Harrington Fair at the University of so that the admlnlsratora Mary -
Dr. A.RJtlchardson,presiding church Itself. Detroit, Essie M. Jones (PRWTNAME NAMEOFJJXALCHURCm
of Florida, Gainesville, May 4. of th program will be knowledgeable ,
elder of the West Jacksonville officers and members of The first anniversary service Mrs. Rosa K. Ragsdale, C.A. of the duties they are W'. It I. Ree Singleton, i
District of the A.M.E. Chuch Saint Stephens A.M.E. Church will be Monday night May 6. Mathematics instructor reported expected to perform,an so they R .:rta Wilson and AuleM.

will speak Sunday morning at, Davis and Fifth Strets, Jack- The last will be Sunday night for duty on last Monday will be totally Inform about bave.s, City, four sisters,

sonville. Florida. Invite you to May 12. morning. She has been seriously program objectives, etc. Carrie: B. Petty, Louise
New Bethel A.M.E Rev. E. attended a service from 6 p.m. Rev L.... Laney will presenta Ill for the past three weeks. Finally, we believe that a mean Haney, Lillie G 1 bb s and VOTE FOR AND ELECT .

Jone Is pastor. The music will to 7 p.m. Sunday, April 28, spiritual Us June 2 from 4 to Miss Charlene Williams, of evaluating the program Annie Hartfie Id,one brother,

be under the direction of P.J. 1968, In honor of our pastor 6 p.m., for the benefit of the Homemaking instructor, was away should be provided so that necessary John Trotter, three bro

Williams and Mrs. Krma Bryant Rev J. ..Johnson.The service. The theme will be last week and has returnedto Improvements may be thers-in-law, Charlie Glbbs, !
and will feature wj.Can- minister Is one of the "Finding Yourself." duty following a visit with her Implemented, Its value to the Willie Jackson, and Leroy

non of the Frank Williams Male great civic workers In Jacksonville The Baby Contest will end on mother who Is 111 in New Jersey community assessed, and the Hartfleld, two sisters-in- D"M

Chorus G.W. .Bruton, Sr. will His Interest la religious June 9. Mrs Jllberta Jackson Mrs Mary T.Maxwell,mathematics overall may be Implemented, law, Essie Willis and Lebla
present Usher Board No. L and social affairs, and will be mistress of ceremoniesfor Instructor has returned Its value to the community assessed Trotter, three sons-in-law,

By popular demand the Youth the Human Right movement Is the program._ after being out for one week. .and the overtl involvement William Hicks: Roosevelt C.

choir will repeat its Cantataat oustanding, not only in his community Miss C. J. Grady, Junior high of the program may be Jones, and Benjamin Baw-
7:30 p.m. Sunday.Mrs. E. but throughout the State science instructor, has returned documented In late vein, the ers, slsteen grand children
Jones and Mrs Gertrude Morse of Florida. Spelcal committee Jacksonville to school after taking Youth Urban League plans to and four great grand children M ,

are sponsors. members are, Mrs.Eartha Mc- part in the 75th Anniversary be represented on the Advisory several nelces,nephewsand
Mrs. M.L. Cooper expects ali Gown Mrs Sadie Tills, Mrs Celebration of the Bethlehem Board of the program many friends.

leaders to make reports Sune' J.V. Crocbett. Mrs IDea BInDS -" Urban League Chapter, O. E. 8., In Jacksonville Funeral services will be : t
Rev Jones will Oscar and others 27th at 2 p.m. .
pastor Taylor Florida, April 1620. Saturday, April
ve for the General Conference appreciate your presence. If Mrs. Corene Battles,cafeteria In the Greater Epbestons Y Fy
in Philadelphia Monday. you cannot atten please mall Receive FundsThe manager, attended the Annual Help Baptist Church, Detroit, I I'j

Mrs. Birdie Malbory is con your contrlnutlon to council convention of the Florida School Michigan with the Pastor :

valescing. P.J. Williams and man Oscar Taylor, 1505 Layer- Jacksonville Urban Food Service Association held Fight Cancer Reverend Charlie Jameson

Us sister Miss Helen Williams son Street. League has been granted funds at the George Washington Hotel officiating. .

have return from Georgia where by the National Urban Leagueto from April 18 to 21. .
they attended a funeral of re Bivens Special conduct and Economic De- On April 18, Mr. Edwin r

latives. velopment Survey In the under Williams, tailoring AUTO INS. AGENCY
1\1
Reports will be made Friday Celebrate AnnualThe privileged and underdeveloped at C.A. High School, and

night. There have been eight areas In Duval County, u well delegates, ClaudlaSharon
accessions to the church within BInDS Specials will cele- overall The Economic Andrea attended -
as aa surrey and James Wright, WE FILE SR 221IIUllY
the past two weeks Presiding brate the tenth anniversary Sun Development of the low the first Annual Leader

Elder Richardson will hold the day, May S, at the Elks audi Income families In the ghetto ship Conference and Constitutional

quarterly conference Rev E. torium. Many groups win u- here In Jacksonville can pro- Convention at the Veyager PAYMENTS YOUR FULLTIMEJustice

Jones 1$ pastor. pear, among them being Voices duce greater dividends for Jack Beach Motel In Daytona Beach,

of Jerusalem, Sunbeam Singers sonville than can be imagined. Florida.

Traveling Stars, McCall Gospel America, after four hundred This conferece was spon-
QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICE Peace
Singers and Gospel Echoes years of contusion oa me Issue sored by the Florida Asseca- ::
Ml. Olive's Youth Miss Louise Blvena Is presi has finally reached the decl- tlon ef the Vocat1ODallndustrla\

dent. don and made a commitment Clubs of America.VICA Is a national 528 ROAD ST. 353-3414

on the role the low-tmcome families organization which is designed DISTRICT 11
Present Famed Faith Temple Ends will be able to play la to promote ,OCat1OU1educatIoD

Its social: system u the economic All schools with a In your Justice of the Peace, personal' Integrity

SingersMt. Miss Faith Contest development survey will membership with VICA were to BARNES DINING ROOM, Judicial. temperament end adequate law training count
show what can be done to pro- attend the convention.

Olive Baptist Church's Faith Temple 1635 East 21st more IM .Mipl achievement The purpose of the convention Looking For Soul I Food? mostBOB ROBERTS his these qualities, and, you can
was to elect state officers
Youth Department will presentthe based on Individual merit regardless ,
will be the
of the
scene termination restore the confidence of the BOB
Austin TWINS IN A MUSIC of ethnic background. amend the constitution, make people by electing
of the Miss Faith Contest
CH
Yn Fill It
PROGRAM Sunday night, Api Sunday at 4 p.m. Minister We suggest that if we areto resolutions and prepare a pro- Mere ROBERTS Justice of the Peace for the 11th District.

28, la the auditorium o f the David Brown will be the principal continue the present upward gram for the up-coming year. Hut Cask Mills Sirutf ally
church accompanied by. Professor speaker The YPWW will trend in the economic development Andrea Wright was Master of

Robert Blaylock. Other begin at 6:30.:the evening worship In Jacksonville, we must Ceremonies the VlCARallJ.Be Shirt Iritis- Siifvlciis
to with facts that was also elected Vice President
Talent will The come grips
appear. pro
begins at 8 p.m. Sunday OPEN 12 NCOS UNTIL
for Area II which Includes -,
gram-begins 8 p.m.following school begins at 10 a.m. and we cannot devdlop prosperous Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Barnes, Proprietors
Xra evening worship Deacon morning worship at 11:45. Elder economo with our society thefollowlng counties
James Webb is supervisor.Rev. Amos Darling Is the par' shaped u It Is. This survey Duval, Nassau, St. John, Mar 5775 Mncrlif H ; At Ins An.
W.L.dantoa4s pastor. tor. will begin May I, 196$. lon, Putnam, Clay, Baker, Un' PAID POLITICAL ADV








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Ny60Mfl01 ,, By WpiTNEY YO\JNG.JR.

A TIME FOR ACTION
NEWS

Since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., my desk
with mall, mostly from whites.
overflowing
Published the Florida Star Publishing Company bas been
by n falls into two broad categories. The first II from people who
how sorry they u. that the
Just want to say
tragedy happened. As t.u'' as I'm concerned,thIa
Cainy 15 not enWgh. Negroes have had sympathy
MEMBER > f and it has done
westialf t wen-meaning whites for years, I
them little good.
overcome Many who are so full of sympathy today never
NEGRO p.'lNAJ'ION.\t a Congressman to civil rights Uw
passed', they never lifted a finger to help get Negro -

** fobs and decent housing; and.their silence helped create !the
climate of racism which a madamn to pull the trigger that Wiled s
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR a great man of peace.

The other tetters come from those who are genuinely concerned
HILDA WOOTEN .-= CIRCULATION MANAGER with the future of our country,"What can I do?" they askthem t to
tell of being silent for too long,and they honestly want to know how

they can help bring equality to Negro citizens an decency to the
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE ELGIN 4-6782 1929196$ W 1 nation.In .
this tragic period, they offer the nation hope. The vast untap
ped resources of th silent, decent people have been awakened.
MAILING ADDRESSP.O. They know that this is not slime for vague sympathy, but for
; action. And they know that the passage of a civil rights bill doesn't
f'4 begin to pay the debt this nation owes its conscience.
Bit 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
People can start right in their own homes. They have to examine
what they teach their children.don't mean teaching them bat nice
MIAMI OFFICE : people don't use certain words to describe Negroes-even bigots
/w today know that vulgarity Is bad form.But they have to teach their
5018 N.'. 7TH AYE. PHONE 751-3879 children positive democratic: values.
They can't do this unless they themselves>setjhe example for
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES 'fJ fj their children. They hive to reach out for friends and neighbors of

One Year, $12.00 Half Year, ft. 00 all backgrounds. They have to treat their household help with the

Mailed to You Anywhere the United States c'' h triect'to fo"1somlo same respect they want for themselves. And they shouldn't ex-
Subscription payable in Advance plolt Negro household help by paying less than a living wage.
,r In their community tosmorldeo
The can use their standing )
Send Check or Money Order to: fight for textbooks which
mocratic: values. They can accurately
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 ;, ",.. jeflct the contributions Negroes have made.They can speak out
Jacksonville 1, Florida at PTA meetings neighborhood associations: and other communitycroups
to convince other of the Justness of their cause.It .
LEADERSHIP.. .AN IRON Will COMBINED WITH INTEGRITY OF PURPOSE I Ir Is Immoral to talk about equality and then go to an ah-white
An Alternative For Poor's March country club or take kids out of the public schools Instead of trying
to make the schools better. It's immoral to accept the fact of u
A massive and frontal attack on crime is 1 1l l = ili all-white neighborhood instead of helping Negro families to mon

in the making, but.somehow such an onslaught I
nearly always gets nowhere In confrontation YOUR Weekly In.People can work through church groups to teach their fellow
with the politicans. President church-goers lessons morality. They can help get their unions
and employers to take action to recruit Negro workers. They cu
Johnson recently called upon Congress to write their local papers legislators and let them know that they

devise ways and means of curbing big-tine I : support equality the"Birchers can write these letters and can In*

gambling, gun control, and drug curbs. I HOROSCOPE GUIDE fiend public opinion wny can'tthedecentpeaple7l assume theft
One of the President's proposals would s sBy are enough pens to go around
None of this takes much effort. For those of you who want to devote .
make it a crime to cross state boundariesfor
I the time and energy which will make more of a difference,
the purpose of Inciting riots.In MHO, The ASTROLOGER I there are hundreds of things you can volunteer for, from simple
such a messagethe Chief Executive must tutoring to more complex tasks. You can go to your local into

of necessity deal in generalities, but he ) League or NAACP chapter and volunteer for lWt'IIeroualmpor1am

touched on some areas of serious concern f projects.
which local towns and counties WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS But Negro citizens have to work for change too. It won't Just tall
must
carryout from the heavens, and It certainly won't come from grumbling
mId enforce. For instance, state criminal t about the system. The system has to be beaten, an the way to do
laws, local enforcements and problems of I It 1s to beat It at Its own game.

tile courts. FOR .. That means organising effective power, economically and politically. .

President Johnson appealed to the several I' .. I It means getting the whole community together to bruf
states to review their criminal laws and about change, and it means making small sacrifices to get big

the process of justice. Still more, he called BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL gains. If white youngsters could ret haircuts and shave their
L i beards to win. New Hampshire and Wisconsin for.Gene McCarthy,
on governors and to be
mayors sure. then Negro militants can tone down their extremism and stop
their police are efficient and well-train __ ___ craping at other Negroes who are fighting hard to bring about
ed and not prone to violence. equal opportunities

"Crime' is entrenched and ARIES CANCER LIBRA
to
seems say: CAPllCORN
1 1BO'N
. "I shall not be moved. It is like an BORN MARCH BORN JUNE r BORN SEPT. DEC. WHAT ABOUT THE RECENT CURFEWS ?

I 'octopus with many arms that can crush the 21TN The aftermath of events following the

r very life of this country. Put pieces APRIL together.19TN This 22ND JULY 22NDBe 23RO OCT. 23RI 22ND JAN. ISTft death of the late Martin Luther King, Jr. ,
Whatever Congress is persuaded to do it logical. Act on the strength Ifs a cushion. The man without Revise your long-term plans led
should be the most fulfilling of what has been beard or the shirt maybe the many city mayors to Invoke the cur
must keep in mind that crime is both a period of the mouth. Do what achieved without making any happiest person la the world,or a Changed new look situations at often call for few. Some mayors had the know-how to

political and social issue. It challengesus ever appears to be necessary conditions holding mental.. so the story goes. But the one jects. They may long-range also entail pro.al avoid the riots without the presence of

all make firm the intagible values of to claim world.your Also rightful benefit place from lathe servations. Also keep high with a healthy bank account and tering the way they are being the National Guard and curfew.In .

democracy so that the roots of crime. will hopes close enough to earth to substantial tangible holdings 1s bandied and directed.Many may New York for
outstanding City example with
capabilities and a
not thrive.It keep them from soaring Into the the being wh o can obtain the discover that creative work that
achievements to solidify the realms of fantasy and improbability. things that contribute most to Is done In the gigantic black population and a larger re-
of
privacy the
is now up to Congress to provide the economic structure to the This should prevent a happiness. This Is ft practical home could be tar superior to sevoir of alienated Negroes did not need

necessary weapons to make the campaign degree assumed where It can be reasonably heartbreakinc disappointment. way of looking at life, and what that carried on under the gate of the National Guards and only a limited
that It
will withstand
against crime effective. There Is going to be considerable can be wrong with that? The collaborators or
supervisors. curfew.
all f olure
shocks.: excitement generated In planets seem to agree that partnerships Should this
be
should also be clear lathe minds establishing a firmer basis for last longer when the so,take Immediate A majority of law enforcement officialsfeel
steps to select the
Massive Assault On Crime of most Mime that environment
finances can gainful endeavors, ft happier Joint economy Is stable. U It is and conditions deemedap.prqll'lat. that the curfew served the purpose of
benefit
only through personal home life, and a more Import. not quite up to the mark considered .
.. Affairs easing tensions. But
of the heart we wonder if keep
endeavor by
and i ,
With much misgiving, and we have slightly tnltative. All ant role In worldly or professional desirable, the chance to cultural and dramatic
other practices that are on the pursuits, ing people bottled up at night, they are
Just
hinted milieus. make bring it there should
this also, it is the general accepted and the desire
"chancy" side should be discontinued sure that this does not go tothe without equivocation after the freedom gain moreperonal more ready to explode when the next crises
opinion that if hundreds of thousands of should be given
not only now but forever arise.
head
and cause you to lose 27th. The day when everything
poor people march on Washington and more If It Is priority during the coming
camp,
necessary Someone
dear. Is right and
everybody In an month. What we need in this than
all hell is going to break loose. But we to seek happiness, find a Job 4.60.77.17.75.712LEO expansive mood Is the 29th. 5 90 55 .19.67 110 country is more
suppressive
that calls more on creative ap 4- .. methods. It seems that city of
must remember into all of our lives some 60. P8 16 52 333
titudes. This will give you AQUARIUS ficials have searched in vain for construc
hell must be experienced in one way or an
a sense of fulfillment. SCORPIO
tive
BORN
JAN. measures to insure municipal and
BORN peace
other. JULY
1 90 88 .
19 2J 679
The followers of the departed Dr. King intend TAURUS BORN OCT 20TH FEB. 18TH stability when the National Guard is not

to carry out the march come what may. BORN slid AU6 1911 24TH NOY. 22ND Result count. Most Aquarians present. In order to have racial peace,

The question has been asked: "Instead of APRIL Send out feelers. Whatever the Tighten the knot. Whoever Is should be breathing easier now must we forever reply upon the National

the poor people, what is the alternative? 20TH MAY 20TH underlying cause may be, It can bound by the vows of matrimony that they have cleared so many Guard?

We feel inadequate .because we don't have Ifs your move. The feeling happen that a person has to exchange or friendship should not, for a hurdles.matter of It is here onward a We are not city experts in this matter, but
that all is going to be well with one gainful occupation: single minute, dwell on the perpetuating harmony our city officials must demonstrate to Ne
the real alternative.Yet the world In general, and with for another. It could be automation notion that life may be better .In key relationships and professional
groes, as must all
we also know that we must do more than yourself or cherished ones In tighter times, or simply U they had never been uttered circles. The fact that a about whites, that they care
particular the quirk of circumstances. It chapter is now closed IJI4 a new what is happening in the cl ties. Ibite
sit supinely by and'wait'for politicans to should be allowedto appears as if personal happiness
become dedicated humanitarians, dynamoesof permeate. The new lunar Should this eventuality threaten and prosperity may hinge and lively one is opening up Is people must be moved, individually and
phase that Is to develop, sell out or cash in on how suggested by the New Moon. collectively to
'" ushered in later firmly the parties on both help in the solution-even
progress in race relations They never on assets that still Home cu be made ft more exciting
are
on the 27th may flash the signal negoti- sides honor their commitments. without the threat
have, and probably; 'won't'-in the near fu- for the use of 1D4ldual1n1Ua.! able. The advent of the New There is additional confirmation as well U more beautiful No doubt of violence.
ture. tive of the most imaginative Moon discloses: the possibility that alliances may shortly place worthy of the gracious violence is merely the alienatedand

. In the words of the Columnist William A. kind. Romances that were of a major change profession be playing a vital role In the development Aquarian presence Friends poor R way of crying "i am here! Do
would also be drawn ino
or location: which could sharing something for "
: Rutherford, Shall we take a Horatio's threatened should obtain new be of short as well as domestic and pleasurable me--Just don't ignore me.
lease on life. Family relation turned to personal profit by the long-range projects. pastimes
stand at the bridgeY"even if faced with with greater ease and frequency
ships could also become closer more far-seeing Leos. One fine 5 50 66 18 42 4J2
, imminent dangerser be like Hamlet who lost and turn Into the sources of day to do some constructive SAGITTARUSBORN than ever before But LET'S ENFORCE NEW
HOUSING
; all by listening_ tV'ghosts?" happy endings, complete hue thinking in this respect may bethe.29th. 9.80.66.16.73.510PISCES LAWIt
: and .
many Improved
financial NOY. has been
; :111':1: status. You may have been waitIng 3-70-66-18-98-907 our experience in the past

#I This.. Week', In ',Nearo. ... History. for a long time for distinct YIRGO 23RO DEC. 21ST. BORN FEB. that been many existant of the new civil rights laws have
i signs that there wUlbeaehanm.. S 70 44 18 34 637 only in theory. Far too
-- ---- many
'
J" l" V t| (1.- for the BORN AUG. 1 1STI MAR. citizens
I April 21, p80J The Rev.J. Bishop,.Negro pastor of Court St., better. Strive to win. Most Sagittarl- Regain confidence. Ev201K and businesses "winked" at what

j Baptist,,, Church (white), PorUmo Va., 2.80.99.17.47.191 .?3DD SEPT. 22ND ass may at this point consider that happens to one In life con was supposed to be the law.

i Benedict Negro church In New York. GEMINI Ifs clearing. Optimism now themselves past the main danger tabs a valuable lesson. Bnfor- The new fair blousing law is .to
April 21, 1589 St. Moor, black saint In Catholic BORN MAY seems to be In for a big boost spots. It now is simply ft Innately, too few recognize. this allow colored Americans to designed
t' w- find decent
Church died. that will keep it roaring duringft matter of getting down to business basic truth to their deterlment homes outside
April 22, 18ZZ Benjamin G. Brawley, preacher-teacher, born 21ST JUNE 21ST. good part of the followingmonth. and carrying on the destined In times to come.This furnishes federal the slums and apparently the

In Columbia, S.C. Where but home?It is possible Fly off. sail or ride to mission to its logical con- another reason as to why teamwork government means to enforce it.
AlrU 23, 1856 Birth of GranvlUe T. Wood-Inventor of telephone to be that enchanted land And this is the only
happy working away from you have elusion Occupational and health can succeed where lone efforts attitude left for us
receiver and various telegraphic devices home, but th1IisaprlUegethat long wanted to see; or, at least, Interests are belting featured fail. Disclose whatever Is to take.Our -
-in Columbus, Ohio. may be reserved for only a few 'make the necessary arrange great personal advantage with In your mind to the one who past record with the
April 24,1942 Jack Blackburn,trainer of former heavyweight Real Joy,besides personal free ments. For the moe intel lasting benefits for at least another shares the same outlook and schools in the desgregation of
champion JI,Joe Louis,.died In Chicago at age of dom, comes to persona whose lectual-mtmded, there may be thirty days. Many should have frank discussion: as to 1964 civil South since the passage of
58. free lances or who somehow Interesting courses where go unhesitating on the trip of how to go about working for the rights legislation has shown
April 25,1918 Ella Fitzgerald, Jazz singer and perennial poll have the liberty of being able to foreign languages or other vat their dreams. U you prefer to common cause and welfare.Tne. non-whites were slow.to exercise rights to
winner, was born la Newport New, Va. pursue gainful vocations: within .uable subjects may be added t to enlarge on existing education, the lunar phasebegtnningo527th the transfer voluntarily to
Apr 26,1886 Congressman William 1..Daws on(3-Ill.poli their own four walls. You will the store of knowledge. This it also would be an excellent verifies that the power of Because of this integrated schools.
tical leader, was bora In Albany, Ga. Beheads soon be able to expand percent would be a way for many to rid period to make all the necessary the mind can be the most effective has been the federal government
the House Committee on Expenditures. living quarters or to move to themselves of existing handicaps arrangements on ft long- weapon for those who seeking more court authority to
April 27, 1803 Toussalnt, J/Qtverture, died at age of 58. larger ones It would not be a or inhibitions that act u range basis. Optimism n cI know how to handle it.Tlsceans require local school authorities to take
April 28, 1839 Inter national ) 1ci4eJlt[ of"Am1sta4" pnittperf bad Idea to start thinking along deterrents to further Individual Ughtheartedness are two qualities who have striven hard to reach "affirmative action" where
Captives freed by Supreme court. these lines to simplify related growth or progress. A wonder that mate for happiness, the top should exert themselves Ing the door to merely open-
April 29, 1899 Edward. Kennedy(Duke)Ellington,famous composer tasks when the moment when ful day when everything you and certainly can make the going more on the 29th. The results suits transfer gets little reIe -
band-leader, was born In Washington, this can, or has be done tin- touch should have near-magic a lot easier for ell could be surprising too.
should
f D.C. ally appears qualities may be the 29th. not let this kind of -
thing happen
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APRIL 21. nn nil runs rm 1 I



I "Columbia University Honors Negro Among Best American Writers"'_. itw" !II


Columbia University last the roots of the Revolutionary Texas Southern University In Sociological Society and the International "sought Its Justification in a ham Young University, Provo, wrote Oscar Handlln In a fore- Competition for the awards Is
Thursday awarded Its 1968 Ban' Ideology. It Is an elaboration of Houston since 1950. He was Society of Crimino- common denominator applicable Utah, since 1966. He was born ward to Dr. Bushman's book open to citizens of all countries.
croft Prizes, honoring the Dr. Ballyn's Introduction to the born In Tarboro, N.C., and received logy. to the development of all In Salt Lake City By the eve of the Revolution,' The awards are confined to
authors of "the best books In first volume of a projected: four an A.B. from Virginia In the preface to "A History of people. This wa a not a very. Dr. Bushman's book, "From he said, the community "took works written In English or In
American history In ItsbroUe'st winning book, be says In its Union University and an M.A. Negro Education in the South," diligent search, some intellec- Puritan to Yankee: Character on a new character" u the English translations.
sense, American foreword, confronts not only the and Ph.D. from University Dr. Bullock gays the book "re- tual crusade that waged;It was and the Social Order in Con- "old prescriptions lost their Last year's winners were:Dr.
diplomacy, and question of "why there was a of Michigan. He has written presents the search for the vindication only a gnawing need to pre- necticut, 1690-176 5," describes compelling power" and "the James Stellng Young for "The
American international Revolution but how such an explosive widely on criminology and the of a faith. .that the serve and foster myself-re- the changes in the role of the individual was re- Washington Community, 1800-
relations." amalgam of politics and impact of culture personality Negro college was to develop the spect. structure of Puritan soclty dented"' 1828," Dr. Charles Sellers for
Tie winners of this year's awards ideology first came to be com- development.Dr. leadership for the emancipationof Dr. Bushman,36,holds an A.B. which took place in that period. The Bancroft Prizes were established "James I(. Polk,ConUnentallst:
for works published In1 pounded, why It remained so potent Bullock Is currently vice the Negro American as a per and Ph.D. from Harvard. He "Colonial Connecticut provides at Columbia in the 1843-1846 U" and Dr. William
1967, are Dr. Bernard Ballynfor through years of surface president of the Mayor's Com son." was an interdisciplinary fellowin a particularly fruitful example will "'I'be Ideological Origins of tranquility, and why, finally, it mission on Crime and Delinquency Having adopted this faith at a History and Psychology at of the processes that torian and former librarian Civil War: The Nullification
the American Revolution," Dr. was detonated when It was" -Houston.. He is a Negro University, Virginia Union Brown University in 1963-65 shaped' American society and of the Department of State. The Controversy In South Carolina
Henry Allen_ Bullock for "AHistory Dr. Bullock, 61, has been at member of the American Dr, Bullock sa let, he and has been teaching at Brig- the character of its people," first awards were made In 1948. 1816-1836."

oi negro Education In
the South from 1619 to the Pre- .
sent," and Dr.Richard L.Bush. ,
man for "From Puritan to Yankee I II'
.. .' .....
Character
: and the Social .
Order
in Connecticut, 1690-
1765." The awards, among the

are richest worth available$4,000 each.to historians, : "> : .: ; ">'r:;; l\'< a.C. .' ; ; r'* i: '.;" ; t :



Southern fessor versity.man Dr.of Is Ballyn an History of Dr Unlversly.associate Sociology;Is Bullock Winthrop at Harvard professor Dr.at Is Professor Bush-a Teas pro-Uni oT- :-I'; ":/ri&v. : : ;: :: ;'. ;:: { i; : ::: : :" : : : ;; ti;[ ::A :: .



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books of th same publisher Y.k '/ ; < \ k1 f ) :
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presented "
at the annual Bancroft Awards fi!'" Yj.tt- : \ Iit ,Ni'.. \ ; } .''' t' : ( ,,{'" tt51-",1o. 'J, "" '"; ''''1t .;I' { ;f.' .:'j ri t""" : ,'r-<' "

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Memorial Library Colum ;,1G 'w7
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pus.bia's University the The Mornlngside Friends dinner Libraries.of was the Heights sponsoredby Columbia cam > ; < i J )' *f tf.1 fia't t \! :. & Jt

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versity Press at the dinner was t' .Uycyt r .' : Fy't iS #igpw! .
Mark was Carroll presented, the director a Bancroft,who ttivdG; ;; i ""wrrS {Wt:1A't.: : ; ....:.';.o"il''X"; ,' .!t' tf! .x'l.''''' V."f "<:' ':,',;:
Prize citation by Dr. Morris 0 M M i m M' :

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the raries.A.B.lrom Hartford Dr.M.A.Ballyn, Conn.WUllams and, 45,,1'b.D.Is and College a holds native degrees and aa of r r ..l.14.. f ;ziq } ff i:_ w:.: ft ,' ;



from A.M.Harvard.and Williams He PhD was College degrees awarded and from the aa e !1 ? k 1ff'i i l ff !i1: ,{: i:: :.\ '. ,:.' : fj 1 tJ 4i! ) ;liN :' :

honorary degree by Lawrence 'J LP.{ :t'ii .:';''f \Y 4 Fl'l.f{ ,fart <<'I lrr.ri P'.i: L' ,"' .,! '4 '.',' '. ;, '. 'Jl". : : l.::. t 4f; 1t' 'V lt? ":'\. !; il.."" ,: \r ,-
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taught becoming: at assistant Harvard professor since 1M9 la, f '(1!+tr 4.i j.f1'.fJifjJ1t f ic. ;!a,;,,)f 1 !ft1t.. : l.W;(.. t. :::: ;\t1t;-I':" : .{ :4'k': .f.lI1.tlf J Y'f lJ. 1 .I .g; ,f'rJ.ff +4 1ii; \ r'1. it y "<"

1954, associate professor U195S j.l'r,; .' "'t ti '\\T: tidj,,'1-I.t ..,, ,,14EsS ,ttr: :'tl M I I ; : : .e leve: : : "l; .;'V. ., ( \ ;t'.. N \ ;'/." i, ., :
and professor In 1961.Two 43 /,. .: : ,.' '''''...'(!P1: I! : Jt. +. :\ "" J. :;,.,".:; .ttJjU.i9,. !i1.. I':: h... ." ;,; 1i1.-r: :
years ago be was named Win- :"! r T." ; ', : L"'iJc.t.r: r: 1Ij ..;tI' "'tl: ,": {'' 'l o'(''' 't.'I r.ea ",..O'ou.:jf re IS.IoI.m' '.tM.'Jh f' \. lt"i' i1f t.f' :" '\V

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1962 and'Is'co-editor of the iJi"'T: : >if"7"F.1\i N' l. fi' 'jJ.t'r.'fI'D \{ r ." :1 "' '; t. 1' "I j:.. J'f1t''ntl 13! ,a., .

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TALLAHASSEE FLA.-VU additional ...s!' .1\ .
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mound of $1200 per year for this happen to us? persuade men of good will, as Corporation bought an abandoned To make a truly effective beginningall soon have Watts citizens farmingsome
fburyears has been added tothe Could our families? To our businessmen and as private plant in Watts, staffed it with 430 businesses and industries must 30 acres for themselvesfor
list of scholarships provided of life? Could this individuals, to act and act now. unskilled employees and secureda help. For the cost will be huge.What profit.As .
for Florida students
attending
happen to America the beautiful l? 2.5 million-dollar Defense
Florida colleges. Concerted action now can be a start,individuals, local
High scool seniors in Florida Well, look around.You can see effective. For the very cities that are Department contract. can the individual businessmen, and corporations in .!
who ca qualify may apply for signs of it this very moment in suffering most have at their As a start, United States Gypsum do? St. Louis have contributed over
a Regents scholarship to attend every major city in this country. command human and economic Company has rehabilitated 12 slum the private citizen 150.000 to a neighborhood
Florida AIM University and You can see it in the slums in the resources unmatched anywhereelse tenements (250 units) in Harlem must educate himself to the organization to rehabilitate slum
other colleges or universities jobless in the crime rate. In our in this world. Now it is up to all and is now engaged in other dimensions of the problem. By dwellings and make possible
in Florida
qualify. The porivdlng fund was they setup can by polluted air, in our foul rivers and of us to see to it that these resourcesare projects in Chicago and Cleveland. reading. By listening to what his resident ownership.

the 1967 Florida Legislature and harbors and lakes. You can see it in put to constructive use.What The Avco Economic Systems own civic leaders have to say. I
will commence with the openingof our roads strangled with traffic. Corporation recently opened a By pondering what responsible up to all of us.
school In 1968. You know the can business and broadcast and newspaper
problems confrontingour
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scholarship printing plant in Roxbury, cities have now become one
Presidential have recommends.He .
do? leadership
cities. Now we must all do .
with 69
Massachusetts employees.The the greatest challenges
been setup at Florida AIM U-
niverslty for high school students something about it. White there is job of rehabilitatingour operation marks the beginningof can take a further step in facing this country. We feel
who qualify Some 26 still time. Before our cities become cities, of making them fit for all a training and permanent joining citizens' organizations, America has the means to face
freshmen are enrolled during unfit places in which to live. to live in, must rest primarily with employment program for an working with local educational and this challenge and win.
the current term on these sti- government. But it's a job too big eventual 232 hard-unemployed planning boards, and lending his
oients of $2500 for four years are the insurance for government alone. support to community effortsto What about youWhether you are
DM Office of Financial Aid at The Fairchild Hiller Corporation moved to'act out of compassion or
concerned?
Why so lick the problem.And .
It's everybody's problem. Business,
FAMU is offerng nearly 17- working with the Model Inner City self-interest d'o act. For whoeveryou
million In financial aid to needy business involves labor, private citizens. Negro and Community Organization is there are things he can do are,'whatever you do you, in
students in an effort to encourage people. Our service is security for white alike. establishing a wood products plant personally. your own way, can help.And
their future. Unless the of
more capable high school problems So is needed it.
everyone to solve in Washington D.C. that will you can begin today.
to continue their edu our cities can be solved we are As a start interested groups are
graduates Help is needed in building and eventually be communityownedwith
in cooperation with local
cation. dismayed at the prospect of greater improving housing, creating newly employed slum working for suggestions/ about kinds of
According: to the report a Florida personal tragedy and at the labor unions helping young ghetto
constructive action/ ,
and job-training centers, reevaluatinghiring residents sharing in profits.Agroupof residents of Newark, Cleveland, you your
scholarships .
regents economic consequences.The
practices participating in business;religious, social, or civic
hasbeeacreated life insurance companieshas Buffalo and Brooklyn to enter the
loans programs alarm has already been community of health organization can take, send for the
programs
shall be awarded to all and construction trades.
which made a commitment to invest building
seniors in Florida sounded. By the President of the and education. free booklet, "Whose Crisis/ ?. .
high school United States. By concerned peopleall 1 billion dollars for housing and By recruiting screening counselingand "
Yours.
whose performance on the Florida Here are some efforts already :
have
wide twelfth grade over America. America's jobs in slum areas. More than tutoring they already
batter state ranks them in the top ten insurance companies-so long a under way: one-third of this has already been helped 250 men from the Brooklynarea Institute; life insurance
oer cent of the students tested part of the American scene and As a start Detroit auto companieshave earmarked for specific projects.. alone to gain union 277 Park Avenue

and whose high school grade quite probably of your own life-are hired some 30,000 Many other businesses throughoutthe membership.As New York, N.Y 10017
average is 3.5 or higher on a adding their voices to a call for ghetto residents.As country are taking up this call a start, a former auto worker has On behalf of the Life Insurance
who havethe
four recommendation point scale and of their action.We hope that call can help a start, Aerojet-Qeneral to action. But it's only a beginning. formed a committee which will Companies. ( ,In'.AmericaSATURDAY \1

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Irish Linen Decorates; The Kitchens and Dresses

for aL'o l1erKome Austine fa mar OUR Mother Daughter

s BY LIZ GCT/AK .

r Be of good cheer don't fashion 4,
despair could be described pattern HEALTH I
as cardinal rules in decorating
your home. The reason! is that
you can do wonders with the HOW SERIOUS IS Tti..MB-
furnishings you already have. SUCKING IN A CHILD?
There are very few persons r,1 If he is on his way to high
who can start out fresh with school it is serious Indeed.
just bare walls and floor space. Infants and young children
And today, manufacturers derive pleasure from touching
offer the novice decorator things with their lips and
many aids In planning her In. tongue. Obviously adults do
teriors. too. Witness the great numberof lyi.V
It is Important to rememberthat adult smokers and gum
the four walls are the chewers.
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largest, most dominate featurein Thumbsucklng or other similar .
the room. It's up to you to habits like hair twirling
make them represent you, your ear twisting or
family, your way of life. a #r' blanket suckIng -
Wallcoverings are the exciting j usually
new way 'to personalizeyour cause more
0 c home. Never before in Q concern to the
history has there been such a parents thin.r. .
varied selection of wallcover they do harm
togs for you to choose from. to the child. Dy'
Never before in history have the age of six
i wallcoverings been so maintenance a child should
free so e a I y to put these
away
hang so easy to remove if habits feat.
redecorating is needed. t though he may
For wallcoverings have been Dr Ambf'non pickup others
Improved radically by modem just as objectionable).
technology. There are thick, Don nag the youngster
velvety flocks which not only about his thumbsucklng or
Impart unusual richness to whatever seemingly weird I
walls but help reduce the habit he has developed. He
found level. There are wild ( will probably stop It on his
pop art designs for those with own If you are relaxed and
psychedelic tastes. There are gentle In your admonitions.If .
perky stripes, checks paisleys you are worried about the
and medallions for those who habit, have child
Treat your kitchen to a colorful and exciting new look with the enjoy scale and harmony In his pediatrician.ARE your. seen by
help of Irish linen. Irish linen has adopted modem ways with their surroundings. There are
bold colon and prints both In place mats and towels simulated animal skins FRKQt 'T LEO
Liven up your snack..bar by setting It with brightly colored zebra leopard and tiger to MUSCLE CRAMPS AT
ran linen pines matS wiui contrasting give the den or family room NIGIIT SF.RIOUS'Nearl
brightly colored nap mats, towels and the new oversized the exotic flavor of an African everyone experiences
kins. For an especially dramatic towels that come with a safari. There are brilliant foils nome muscle! cramps, usually
effect UM a third bright dowel for easy hanging on the flocked foils me tallies and embossed brought on by fatigue or whenan
color In earthenware dishes wall above your snack bar. The patterns of depth and arm or leg Is held In an unnatural
that are so right for casual bandy housewife can easilysew l l luxury capable of evoking the position for a rather
dining most Intlme moods long time. But "frequent" muscle
In a mood for mill another from up an a extra pretty kitchen matching towel.apron A practical, colorful booklet cramps may indicate an In.
look? Try coordinated print has been prepared by the sufficient blood supply, Inflammation
on Irish linen sophisticatedscroll Decorating your kitchen with United Wallpaper Company to of a muscle or nerve,
patterns or casual coordinated Irish linen U funand introduce consumers to the deficiency in thiamine or other
stripes and checks. The trick Inexpensive. Not only that, wonderful new world of wall. more serious conditions and
to this decorating Idea II to re all your Irish linen accessories coverings It is called "Wall. R-284 1 should be discussed with your
peat the print In all of your ran easily be washed, rightalong coverings the Secret: of Distinctive family physician
kitchen accessories place with your towels. Rooms," and contains Sites 1J-18 WHAT DOES AIR
33 pages of helpful material, POLLUTION IX TO eJo

I put on a pretty face Including: directions full color for hanging Illustrations Industrial TIIK 1 1 sir r pollution nonir, auto 1

and a chart for determining poit after five a simple tailored slieatli framing attention at the exhaust fumes, and smog in
EYEBROW PENCIL brow, accentuating the arch. how to purchase wallcovering, touch of softness In tIle pleated sIumMcr and of the gently troduce Irritants Into our
Eyebrows frame the eyes Fill In any sparse areas with There are decorating suggestions gathered bodice. Stand-tit) collar! OIK! bow trim add the breathing apparatus. Some In. HJghUght th holidays with Motherand Daughter party dreg
and aged Urn character of feather strokes. and finishing veil lfdtda! \ have Indicted air
short examples for Improving ouch. Excellent 'in silk fiiuti bltitdx. ass made from McCall's Patterns. Mother's overdress Is made
your faa So, proper eyebrow Never draw a line. All eyebrow every room In the or pollution as an underlying
from C0% SUit American
Nylon /40 fabric from silk Kills.
pencil application la vital pencil ctrpkes should be house The booklet. may b. obtained IVk $1.(X) it-CHI In available In sixes 12, 14, 10, 18. Size cause of lung cancer and em.
Choose a pencil shade one tone made with an upward motion, by sending J5-cenU In 14 takes 2H yard of 41 inili fulxk-. Standard laxly incammmtitu physema. Other have accused The undersllp Is Rayon/AceUtt crepe from Princess. Pattern
darker than your natural eyebrow especially at the outer end of coin to: The United Wallpaper for size H are: llust 31, \V M 20, llijw .30. It of causing chronic pharyn 09041 In sizes Misses S to 16 and Junlon 9 to 13. For daughter
color. The brow shouldbegin the brow to prevent a droopy Company. Box 9377 D, St. Paul, gitis (throat soreness) as well a deem In black velveteen from Amity. Pattern 18413 In girls
above the Inner corner look. Minnesota 65177.AHiwrpone as eye Irritations. sizes Z to 6x. THIS PATTERN S SUITABLE FOR Cnubbles.
of the eye, taper to a peak After gently patting on trans Send One Dollar for pattern, plus S rents for postage, in rash or Although we 'now have the .

directly. above the outer edge lucent powder, brush your I check. No Stamps. For FirM-Ctaxs mailing, send 15 cents extra. Add aclentUic know,how to effec .,...............................
of the colored portion of the brows again tively control most causes of .
eye and extend down to a One Dollar if you wish NE\VAUSTINELAMAR: : PATTERN BOOK air pollution. It will require' the : .
point at a tS-clctI"'I' angle with EYESHADOWEyeshadow! t'In111 teaming up #complete selection of High Faction designs, including ALL; combined' forces 'iof government r
with fubilc In all of : '
the now. ls available In sorts Imaginativu beat-eelkn. Send to Al'STINK; IA MAR fVMon Pattern, (name of Industry and Individualswith J
Next brush brows with an many matte or Iridescent ways for striking fashion generous helpings of (
upward stroke. Working from shade Choose shadow to looks In sKirtswcor, rusts, beach your newspaper), Box 1615. G.P.O., Nt'W'ork, N.10001., Print and money to eliminate time the JiIIi
the top of the brow, feather match or compliment your y'cng5arringsandupholstery, your full name a.lHrcM. PATTERN: :NUMBER! AND: SIZE. problem. ,
In the outline of your natural eye or coatume color. : (1J.- :

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&RMA.15 OPCN SUNDAY Hit fiivlilon pages thU )tar, but Rub iulnl where fingers and
0t. I runt seem to lie harm for She palms'pet really dirty. Pour a
rigid look. !Mum 1at I look little drleirrnl directly from the
like| a "wither woman" with "Mile on stubborn" spoil. Slip
9 AM. TO 6 P.M. one m! How ran UK) he worn the miitrm off la rinse in clear
silk long Umlvlil hair "aii i S.iKi/e: lo remove u.

A How right you arc' ir*s ntiiitiuic then roll in a
FLA. 6RADE T hearses are "in" head-gear now luwit I IWl wring Plump each
hul not in the old fashioned milieu with a wadded Kleenex
""nbu.hl.." 'I)It. To wear a paper/ Inel or two and placein
scarf ai a hat link: your hair a atom place to dry. They'll
inln an up-do with no loose he white md! 1'liJlhl!
FRYERS 29LEAN ends! fold! a niedium-ii/cd! scurf U- I'M
il! \l"i a party nest
into a U(angle and! tie under! weekend and e'er)thing U all
IB. the beck of your hair. Leave Ml evctpl the room. It's any
the point of the triangle out of dull
drub, batement! AU
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greet cover-up bate card
) are tables and chain
t. ,_ 11111of when your hair dnetn'l look and a lung snarl tuble.Thafsnot
in best If
hair '
)our it belowthnuldirlencth. !
ten hip How can I fit if
WESTERNPORK .. fold! a start up wlibuul Coding a lot?
H' into a strip and! tie it around!
s 'J,3; t hair A. Go pMudo-psychedelic!
# jour at the nape of )our '
69o J neck 1 li fun to decorate with adheMve .
CHOPSSUPER 0r :J letting the scarf end fall
.lB. t: : -- : prettily to the length of jour e.i"ring in Ion of bright.
.... T r hair. !Md K.lort cut into wild psychedelic

Cosette Taylor, left, Los Angeles demonstrator for Proctor Q. Help! How can I gel ni)' shapes/ Marvalon vinyl-
sUes Incorporated, displays the eomany'leDlire: Lifelong lineal while wool milieus clean They coated to adhesive! covering sticks
the home of Mrs Gwen Roque, 4619F.ourtllA.vetlue. Mrs Roque, look just as grubby when leg but table tops and chair seats
active in social,civic and political circles in Los Angeles, invited washed' them as when l',e worn without comet right up afterwards
jiany of her friends to witness the demonstration in her home. them for a while! the room any with damage. Blanket

SODS 6T.; SIZE 29c Cotette has done approximately twenty "home parties" in Los A. Let jour fingers do the terns and jou'll psychedelic get raves pat for

Angeles where housewives have invited their friends to see Life washing! Put the mittens on the "hippiest" party -of theseason

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Carnation Five Minute Fudge.It is quick and easy to
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meat ball in thin main.dish skillet are fashioned of savory 4'e
pork sausage instead of the usual ground beef-and good they
era As i III customary. ,bread crumbs are added to the meat mixture,
and the ingredients blended with evaporated milk for richness,
i'any shaping and tender moist cooking Though ": is
uknrl
sea+nned. a bit of sage is added to the meat addedabo 4T ,
to the cooking sauce for flavor empha. 1 4tat4t
Sausage and Hominy SkilletI
I pound bulk pork sausage V4 teaspoon rubbed sage
V$ cup fine dry breadcrumbs 2 cans (Sot.each) tomato
V4 teaspoon rubbed sauce
% cup evaporated.:ntl'l'.i' cups watery f JN, ,rt
cup flour I an (I Ib 4 M) hominy,
I teaspoon salt drained
Dash of pepper I green pepper,cut In strips t
Blind. pork sausage with bread crumbs */& teaspoon ..
evaporated milk. Divide and shape mixture into 18 balls Roll in L''
flour to coat: save "remaining flour for sauce Cook sausage halls :
in large skillet over low heat turning to brown well. Dip off all Y
hut 2 to 3 tablespoons fat. Blend in reserved flour salt, pepper
and Vt teaspoon sage Stir in tomato sauce water,drained hominy FIVE MINUTE FUDGE
and green p<'pper. Cover and cook over ,low heat until sauce isIhirkrnid (Makes about 2 pounds
about 15 minutes stirring occasionally Serves 6.
2 tablespoons butter 1>4 cups (1V4 frounce
Smoked Beef Sandwich % (tmall can) undiluted packages) semisweet
cup
Peppery with Is Dumber one favorite for PTA and
Homespun dessert for a tail sapper Apple Crisp cinnamon, Apple crisp a Carnation Milk chocolate piece
\. r.. i I plxle peaks of frozen whipped topping.Spicy with nut met and church snipers. 1% cup sugar Evaporated 1 teaspoon vinllliV4
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cup chopped nut
V4 teaspoon salt
Snack On PeanutsHINT desired
2 cups (4 ounces)miniature
RECIPES! : For best result, prepare (Toast sesame seeds In pie pan marshmallows
these dips or spreads In very hot oven (4SOT) for
Molasses Cereal Cookies several hours before serving about 2 minutes,watching carefully : Combine butter, Carnation, sugar and salt In saucepan
2 cup sifted flour % cup hot whole wheat time, to allow flavors to blend. .) over medium heat. Bring to boll.Cook 4 to 5 minutes, stir
2 teaspoons soda cereal,uncooked If you prefer dips to spreads, Bermuda Blend: Stir Vt cup ring constantly (Start timing when mixture starts to"bub
thin to desired consistency by dehydrated onion soup mix Into
1 teaspoon cinnamon 1A cup butter or margarine
ble" around edges of ) Remove from. heat. Stir In
I teaspoon ginger 1 cup brown; sugar,packed stirring In small amount of t cup creamy peanut butter pan.
V4 teaspoon cloves 1 egg peanut oiL Blue Dip Stir I 1 package marshmallows, chocolate,vanilla and nuts.Stir vigorouslyfor
% ..a.poon..1t % cup light molassesSift Ol' Kmnkryt: Blend 'i cup (envelope) blue cheese salad 1 minute (until marshmallows melt and blend). Pour
together flour,soda, spices, and salt Stir In cereal Cream amokey Cheddar cheese spread dressing mix Into 1 cup chunk Into 8.Inch square buttered pan. Cool. Cut In squares.
butter or margarine well Add 'brown sugar, egg, and molasses: and I.i cup chunk-style peanut style peanut butter. C-lflfiC Printed In I'AA. (117)itIYOUR
cream until light and fluffy. Blend in dry ingredients. Chill dough butter Blushing Parmesan Blend ',1
and shape into balls, using a tablespoonful for each Dip tons of Open Sesame Stir 4 tablespoon cup grated Parmesan cheese, 2
balls Into augar Place on greased 'baking I sheet.' Placeseveral toasted sesame seeds Into tablespoons chill sauce and 't
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drops : on lop of each, Bake In moderate oven 1 cup creamy peanut butter cup creamy peanut outer.
(375 F.) until done 10 to 12 minutes. Yield: 44 doyen cookies I
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Sometimes the simplest Ingredient combinations make the best thick and creamy. Add vanilla SUr a little pudding Into beaten
eating For tbla I'eppery Smoked Beet Sandwich, you probably have egg yolks, stir all Into rice mixture and cook S minutes longer
all the Ingredients. on hand right now In fact yen might dream up Turn Into a buttered a by 6 by 2 Inch baking dish Arrange
a similar C'OnrOt'lon.after! raiding pout own refrigerator. chocolate bars over pudding Make meringue from egg whites YOUR BANNER
Peppery Smoked Deef Sandwich often chewy hard rolls, spread using favorite recipe Remove beaten from meringue and using
silk rreaaa cheese and horseradish then topped with layers of rubber spatula fold In Instant ouflae Spread meringue over pudding GOOD
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** URS.'HARVEli. In Armstrong Stadium. Among the top entertainers lated to per expected In late April and May,
form In the Hampton Jazz Festival are Count Basle, Dizzy marked the close last week of
Order Direct ..Wit As Shown ClUesple, Jimmy Smith Dianne Warwick, Thelonlous Monk, the 33rd annual MetropolitanMiami
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Ramsey Lewis and Nina Slmone.. 24 leads changing hands In the'
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15I.. ** Get Smut Order Now. ..... Frank Silvers listed among a number eluded aaothr chapter In sports
f'-r. 'XWS of other film stars who have been given key roles In the upcoming angling the fishing will Where
United Artists movie "Guns of the Uagnificlent Seven" which all summer with dolphin sailfish -
) ....ORDER liST.... went before cameru onAprll 23, with Spain, as the locle.Be blue marlin bonefish,
fJt IIIL(N EW Dd sides Silvers other-stars of the movie Include AcademyAwardwinner permit and wahoo leading the
*. George Kennedy, and 12 year old Tony Davis. pack u UB most prized species.
NAME: As a sampling of the current
""';--"l' A GIANT TREAT NAKM PREXY DIES angling pace, bonefish recordsfor
ADDRESS -- NASlMLJE.NPIFUDderal services were held recently the Just-ended toumeywer.
'SIR LUNCH 0 lOT' for Clarence Wilson 68, president of the National Association set in both the fly and spinning
CITY .ZIP nATE- of NEGRO Musicians since 1966, president of the National Association divisions while plug casters
FRIED CHICKEN of Negro musicians since 1966, following his death in St. raised martsfonmberjactaDcl)
-Aubura- Louis. An outstanding musician. Wilson write the school for
COLORS: Blk Off Elk -Bra song African pompano A new mark
AU Other Colors Add410.00..Send money order only, we pay Tennessee State university, his alma mater. so amberjack also was set in
FIlEH04 fRIU 972 posUge..C.Q.D. You Pay Postage Check your color by-X Or the heavy tackle division.The .
1 .. DINNE R 3PIECES OtICKEH COLE SLAW ROLLS send Hair Sample. TALENT HUNTATLANTIC bragging-size bone fish
CITY-(NPI Larry Steele. promoter of the Inter
were a 12-pound, 12 ounce beau-
2. BOX of 9 Pieces of CMckei 2" nationally famous Smart Affairs stage eview show for the past 21 ty boated on fly tackle and a 13
years, Is currently conducting interviews and auditions for his 1/2 pounder taken on spinning
Your professional beautician show, which will premiere June L He Is particularly Interested In
the division
gear. plug was
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3. BUCKET 15 Pieces of Chicken 3 : knows the answer... in dancers show girls, models singers and novelty acts. an African pompano weighed In
I at 29 pounds and an amber jack

4. BARREL of 21 Pieces of Clicked 495THIS II II I I II I NEW SAN FORMAT FRANCSICO-NPI Composer band leader Duke EQln- of amberjack 75 pounds.tipped The heacy-takcle the balanceat

2 PIECES I ton, a musical genius In the field of Jazz for the past 41 years; 133 pounds.
CHICKEN 692I reportedly plans to channedl much of his future creativity toward *
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5. FRENCH examples of what the
FRIES. ROLL
$ sacred music. Ellington 68, is currently writing a musical Bummer angler may run into-
score called "Freedom" for upcoming concert of sacred music may be taken frm leading fish
U does hair for his orchestra. In the tournament that began last
Why some
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a'Ia' .. ,06 dies are fro m Nevi; York and range in ages from 8 to 13.
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,fII't".iG,0"., .. ... hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaksoff more plentiful
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te'"' ,. .......c-oJ' when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does? I.U'7.DOWU 1OINSURANCESERVE May and June while snook also
,"' .,Ioe""" TAKtI Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and hit their peak In the same two
I out tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. $HElL'S CITY hwth 1..) months. White marlin and king
Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to N... 7111-AVE.a sale ST. mackerel become scarce, but
J..l... .. .. ... .. ... the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed ><+II _:lhn..Ut: _' the big blue marlin and king
softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break. mackerel become scarce, but
COUPON GOOD age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely the big blue marlin taku up any
on Clalrol Hair-So-New' spray-on creme rinse. For combingease tJ1f1E: ox 1-44* slack among the blllflsh and sol-
PHONE ox
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t 1 CHICKEN DINNER ,only your professional beautician knows the,answer for sure., 'M. ATMAUB RAN_ N. P T"icit KANOB the most fishing of but planning to
ca.lrol.c. OWN.3 _.... .. ;devote his holiday to golf
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Texas' First Negro Woman Senator Warns About State's "False Serenity"



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senator Barbara Jordan Helping Veterans Minority Groips MakeUp ]


I Urges Ghetto ReclamationDALLASNPITexas Twenty Two Par Cent J I

should not be lulled Into a sense of
false serenity its present"relatively quiet"racial relations, the Eleven years ago The American Tobacco Company and Its em
first Negro ployees developed a plan to provide equal
states woman senator Brabara Jordan of Houston employment opportuni
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"We've got ghettos with the spectrum of problems In jobs, or national orgln. Employee statistics reflect the results of this j
same kind of frustration and housing and welfare." program as follows:
The recent report of the Pre-
hopelessness as other
areas. sident's Commission Civil js jsJ Manufacturing: Since 1963 theCompany' laf operations.
We ought to use this on
period of Disorders which advocated I four cigarette cen- American Tobacco sales ma-
quiet to cure the problems that
open housing maximum de- ters( Louisville Kentucky;Rl- nager have been carried: Negro -
might in the future,cause massive segregation minimum Income '- : ) mood Virginia; Durham and media for more than tO
racial disturbances."It guarantees and other h Reldsvllle, North Carolina ) years In recent years, 33 Negroes
'We won't should do not make us say she said, is "the kind measures of program / have hired 1, 299 new emplo and 8 Puerto Ricans have
anything because yees and of this number 1,009 been employed as musicians
all is well' we ought to adopt tran-
she said. "All is slate into local terms." -t ,7. or more than half,are Negroes. vocalists for the Company television -
not well. Young people particularly She noted that state and local Of the total of more than 3,000 and radio commericals. -
are constantly pushing open housing legislation is still minority group people regularly ..Other have been employed.
and prodding to get something needed, despite the recent K employed In manufacturing and u extras. TY production crews
started-and they might do It If sage of a federal law, because pas- leaf operations, 31% minority and srlpt! clerks. American
we don't take the stick away before J' group people regularly employed Indian has been employed u an
"we need '
an Interlocking con- @r ....
they get a chance to use cern. .)0 Inmanufacturlngandlaf j announcer.

it. "The federal law will not be operations 31'% have been upgraded Approximately 22 per cent of
A practicing attorney who Is in position and in rate the company's employees
fully Implemented until
1970 A'I
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the first Negro to sit in the Tex and we need state enforcement of pay during the ladt five years are members of a minority
as senate since 1883 -
Sen. Jordan
Negroes are employed as
supervisors froup.
prior to 1970. Too, I think we -
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her running unopposedfor are all a bit weary of regula- and In office and clerical -
second term. tions and enforcement always > positions in the Company's (AMD Teachers
She in Dallas
was to
accept a factories
coming from the federal level..
Trailblazer award from the Negro '"A state law I A substantial number of th e Attend Social
Business and Professional would be a commitment open housing of the -: s Company's nationwide Sales,
Women's Club and to Science Confab
address Texas legislature and this kind -. Force are Negroes. These Include ,
a meeting sponsored Citl-
by
seven executive a national -
of statement TALLAHASSEE
would mean muchto FLA Three
lens for a Human
Relations
field sales
and six
commission at Warren Negroes." manager members of the Florida AU
Methodist
disrlvt
The seantor advocates a city managers. University faculty will be active
Church. She Is on the board New York HeadquartersSlnc
human relations commission of participants during the 35th annual
of the Houston Council
of Human
IMS the number of Negroesat
the type local committee is. convention of the Association
Relations.At .
the New York
seeking as a useful point of con- City officeha of Social Science Teachers
a press conference Sen. s increased from IS to 49
tact between ethnic groups when it convenes la New Orleans -
Jordan said she will introduce an Increase of 68
cent.
where pr
La.
"people to
can go state April 2427.
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legislation for a state human resource In part, this Increase has resulted -
their
problems before they h Robert H. Smith assistant
"solutions development In depth to agency the whole for erupt into violence. 1.: t.... from special programs professor of sociology and
At the Women's Club luncheon FORT KNOX-JTivate first class Arthur Adams, shown on the Ian life. Adams a Vietnamese veteran,andSergeantDon Hendon, to train minority group members Alfred Morris, assistant professor -
Sammy Davis Will Sen. Jordan decalred, "This right was one of 19 sollders at Fort Knox selected for the first left, study a brlke assembly at close range and get some tips for office employment economics, will pre-
Research
state and country need new men training program developed by private industry the depart from Instructor Richard Langner of Humble Oil Company, and Development sent papers entitled "The Role
At NAACP and women as leaders. Are you ment's Defense Project Transition, an effort to provide a great :.sponsor; of the program. General Engineering: this of LearnedSocietlee'and! Planning
Sing willing to accept the responsi- er opportunity for service men nearly ready to return to civil- phrase of operations 239 new Family Finances" respectively.
bility?' regular employees have been Smith a member
Chicago Meet She pointed to what she called ProminentGeorgian NAACP Demands hired since January 1, 19S.of of the convention planning com

CHICAGO- Sammy Davis, Jr. "Inadequate" welfare programs whom 40 are. minority group mittee and will chair a session.
chairman of the We member In the state and nation Negro InsuranceCompanies Is Named Apology FromChicago's members.Golden Belt Dr. Charles U. Smith chairman
ship committee of he National and said they were designed to Manufactuing Department of Sociology,
Association for the Advancement keep people on rather than get By NAACP Office Company This subsidiary, II also planning to attend the
of Colored People will be them off the welfare rolls. Mayor which manufactures textile products meeting and speak on "Pro

the featured guest at an affair awards at the luncheon were: Launch NEW YORK-Appointment of CHICAGO, m. -to a telegram and printed labels has blems and Possibilities for the
hired total
of
Branch of th Association May Dr. Emmett Conrad, first Negro Sherman L. Roberson, Jr., U April 18 to Mayor Richard J. a 1,102 new regular Predominately Negro CollegesHe
S. to be elected to the Dallas NAACP field director for the Dalley, National Association employees since 1963, of Is second vice president of
whom 298
School Board; Pettls Norman, State of Georgia has been announced were minority grop the SoutheraSociologicalSocU-
The tea will be held at the Pick for the Advancement Colored
Congress Hotel The admission first Negro to become vicepresident Out For $85 Million by Roy Wilkins,executive People la Chicago demandedthat people.Other .ty. While attending a meeting of
price of $50.00 will be created of a state bank; and Dr. director of the National be make a public apologyfor bars have Minority also been group hired mem- the regional\ branch last week
U an initial or renewal payment Edward Gulnn, first Negro to be Association for the Advancement his remarks Interpreted u the Inl Dr. Smith served chairman of
elected a city councilman In of Colored People.A company's smoking and the second General Assembly.
oa an NAACP Life mem meaning "shoot-to-kill" riot-
bership. Fort Woth. "Security In Power" Is native of Savannah and a twist tobacco plants, la Its cigar Robert Smith also attended the
graduate of the Savannah State CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 plants and In Its seasonal regional meeting la Atlanta Ga
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The Collage Student Speaks Motto For Huge Agenda College leader ,on Mr.campus Roberson where was be a !

helped tnititate the 1960 kit- Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious
By DORiS BROWN A nationwide- goal writlng$8S million In new coverage during ins In his native city. He also
I I NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL. the second week U May 1s the aim of 8,000 agents for the 46 Ne- was Instrumental launching
gro-owned life Insurance companies that make up the National .successful selective buying AmericanS'I"7'i'
I have a clarification to stake.If Insurance. campaign in Savannah. -5- (

In previous columns, I was too hard on antl-draft protestersand This week George S.lUrrU, mllles close to that enjoyed by Among his publications near 44 ; a /
I even the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Pm sorry. Per president of the National Insurance the average American family article on "Programming for .. !

haps I was trying to offset our society's current anti-authority Association, announced The gap though narrower,stW Leadership in the Predominantly .. ,, '
extreme with a pro-authority extreme, when what Is needed is a the 34 th annual observanceof exists today. Recent statistics Negro Institution. Working .. '
balance between the two. the National Insurance Week- show the national average pro under the immediate supervi \\. >
la the columns I have accused opponents of the Vietnam war of from May 13-18. In his official tection to be $15,000 per family lion of Regional Director Ruby .\
merely expressing a vicarious rebellion against parental and proclamation,'Harris reminded Average protection for Negro Hurley, be will work with local i'jj\
NAACP units in Georgia in executing j.F
locletalauthorlty. member compaalfk! p( their families Is estimated at
I deplored the political "assassination" of President Johnson, responsibility to extendjjyi eco $3,000 per family. Negro owned the NAACP program
charging that his major "offense" was being an authority figure. nomic services of life insurances companies alone have over
At the same time, I emphasized only the negative aspects of to all families. $U5 billion of Insurance la ,USSIICSI IlUsrlc

Dr. King's efforts to build a more Just society through nonviolence. Participating agens will wear force and $400 million in U The man born with the gift. ; i

button declaring that "Security sets. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon -
I still maintain that the nonviolent doctrine can easily be turned Is Power", theme of the nationwide Georgia. It Is through God 1
Into Its opposite by those who talk out of both sides of their sales promotlntlonwide Postal Alliance that I can remove all evil conditions .
mouths But I doubt tha this was Dr. King's Intention or the sales promoilonwhlch some questions may ,
major thrust of his campaign for equality and freedom.My is being directed by James S. wish to knoi,
argument was-and Is-that the "institutional problem" Isbell, administrative assistant Offers RewardFor (
American life is respooMble for much of the turbulence that afflicts agency director of Chicago Metropolitan DO YOU NEED MONEY t''t.
us today. By this, I mean breakdown of a strong family Mutual Assurance IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?
system, community control over people's behavior, and respectfor Comoany, and a special com King's KillerThe CAN MY HUSBAND STOF j
cultural tradition.But mittee. E. Earthmon Fort, Agency DRINKING?
authority Is not the whole picture. Dlsclollneand order are, officer of Mammoth Life National Alliances of Postal CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RE-
also the characteristics of a totalitarian regime and a mindless and Accident Insurance Cora- and Federal Employees has TURNED? 't.. J
return to these "old-fashioned virturs" mal only produce new panu, Louisville, developed the announced that it is offering an i'

tyrannies. campaign slogan. The theme award of ten thousands dollars They call me the Rootmin). ., ;:.- t
What 1s needed is the development of a society which leaves appears In a series of posters for information leading to the But I am only a servant of God + : 6'.;; I
room for both the old and the new, disciplined living and the which designed to motivate arrest and conviction of the per- because God Is the answer to '... 't 4'1
quest for a better II'*,free Inquiry and a reprd for the wisdom of agents and public. Additional son or persons responsible for all life's probelms. I am the h. '. : "'''' Jr;
the past. displays and special programs the brutal cowardly murder of Kind of all Day Prophet. Send r -
Our society does not seem able strike this balance. Either we In various cities have been Dr. Martin Luther King. for my special selected Bible .e in 11" '
must blindly pursue an "ism" so fantically that we efface ourselves planned by Individual companies In announcing the offer of the verses. To be read on SPECIAL
before It or we must spurn all older Ideas and institutions to keep the goals before all reward, Ashby G. Smith, President DAYS. Charles Richard (
altogether. The ""in-between" rejected out of hand. personnel. of the fifty-five year old Send a self-addressed,stamped )
Read a liberal magazine, and you will see authority figures like National Insurance Week was union of Federal Employees, envelope $2.00 for Bible DrewI90s1950)I
school administrators and political officials lampooned and rebuked instituted by the association In pointed out that it was a labor verses and spiritual Messages.You .
mercilessly. Liberals' views of the "establishment" areas 193:} u a means of bringing problem that took Dr. King to will receive Bible verses I
predictable as H. Rap Browne stand on "bookies." the protection of Negro fa- Memphis and to his death.Here by return mail.
too he was championing the SEND) TO: i
cause of the oppressed as h Rev. Roosevelt Franklin He found a wayto save
Overcoming Handicaps worked to acieve a measure of 630 Morrow Avenue ,

dignity and economic securityto Macon, Georgia-31301.
the underpaid employees of I specialize in all case work. lives by saving blood.When I
the clty.s; sanitation employees. Phone area code:9127456475. .

1- someone needs a couple(pints surgery at Howard University Medical
of blood for a transfusion his doctor &hoo ,Dr.Drew trained encouraged
YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO TOWN TO 6ET simply telephones the local blood bank, hundreds of young doctors. Under his

t"v and the proper type and quantity will be strong and inspired leadership, the en-
there in minutes.Wetake this(granted. rollment at Howard swelled.
t"e' LOW PRICESDRUG But what most of us don't realize is Shortly after the war, Dr. Drew was
that only twenty-five years ago this simple named Surgical! Consultant for the
t a phone call was impossible.It United SratcsAtmy.Then.a yearlaterhls
l was not until 1941 that Dr. Charles career was brought to an abrupt halt by
STORE NEEDS Drew, then director of the British Blood his untimely death in an automobile
Plasma Project, introduced the revolu. accident. '
tionary idea of a central depository for Dr. Charles Drew left an enduring

Frade with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE blood-a blood bank.Drew' mark In many'fields. He had been: an
st'Z next step was to improve the outstanding athlete and coach, a magnetic -
WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
methods of preserving blood.And.as the speaker an inspiring teacher and
PAPERS. We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. .
first director
of
the American Red Cross
dynamic administrator, a gifted scientist
/.'' ( :,, A 1, Blood Bank he supplied much needed and, abpve all, a skilled surgeon.
Plasma to the United States Armed ..Memorials and monuments are unnecessary
for that simple phone call
Dixie Pharmacy But it was not only in the banking of serves as a constant reminder of the'
'S; ( blood that Dr. Drew made his mirk. In momentous contributions Dr. Charles

the 1930's, as a professor and head of Richard Drew made to the world.

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antique bronze cost stone, and carries the complete Drew story1. It costs $5.00 (which Is what H
Miss Joyce L. Turner, totally deaf and with limited speech ability is now a full-time employee BILLS AT OUR STORE .
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Vice President Humphrey Will Address African Methodi!st QuadrennialNAACP I


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NAACP Session NAACP Adds Ne*" Honored By Radio Station Lauds New


Maps Plan For Staff Mi..fiber York's Governor For Attitude


Urban Units For Training
;.. NEW YORKMayor John V. Linsay's rejection of the use
of excessive police force in riots has been praised by .oy
Wilkins, executive director of the National Association for the
NAACPs Clarence Mitchell, NEW YORK-MIss Beverly J. Advancement of Colored People, who, at the same time, reiterated
Dr. Maurice Dawklngs of the
Pearson, who Joined the NAACP condemnation Mayor Richard J.Daley'.order to shoot
Office of Economic Opportnlty STAFF IN October 1966, has b to kill arsonists" and "shoot to maim looters."
Lawrence Spelser of Civil LIberties -
Director r
transferred by Executive In a telegram to the New York maim loUers. That order vests
Union Marvin Caplan
Leadership Conference, on Civil -, Roy Wilkins to the posi City Mayor, dispatched Thrus- In the police the power of life
tion of assistant to the As. April 18 Mr. Wilkins
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Rights, William J. Haskins director for trainIng day or death over persons who, In
sociation's
of National Urban League ar Miss Althea T. lauded his position on riot control their snap Judgement, are arsonists
among the spakers who will programs,Previously Miss ,; condemned the Chicago order The legal penalty for
addressed the more than three L.Pearson Simmons.had been an assistantIn kw/Ai/ that "vests In the policethe these crimes, once a suspect
hundred members of the National NAACP education department power of life or death over has been arrested,, tried and
Alliance of Postal and Fe- the persons wo in their stop convicted, Is not death of
deral EM PLO A graduate of the National t p 1r4 I Judgement, are arsonists"; asserted marring for life. Intensive In

deral employees, who, on April College of Education In Evan- that the crimes of lootIng Yestlgatlonslncltleswberedls.orders
Hill and arson "cannot be and occured In 1967 revealed
23 converged upon Capitol
ston, IlL, she received the M.
for the Alliance's Intensive Citizenship A, degree from New York University : must Dot b condonedi;and warned that under stress many law enforcement
Seminar. that "these cannon be stamped officers, state ant
In 1966. Her special Interests 4 I IJ
Education Charlman, J. Leon as a graduate student L' out by an official policy f local, made grievous errors
Henderson has acquired the auditorium were race relations and social killing. which resulted in the killing of
'of the New Senate Office psychology. In Evanston she yr'", The full text of Mr. Wilklns' Innocent persons A.'a consequence
Building! for this session on was instrumental in developing 4Co. telegram follows both the reports of the
"How to vpraoch your Con- a tutorial program for elementary National Assoclatlo Advancement New Jersey commission examining
gressmen", "Pending Civil school children and In "...>...,.". Ji' of Colored People applauds into the Newark riot and
Rights and Employee Legisla arranging cooperation betweenthe : your statement that New that of the National Advisory
tion" school and the community' York City will not Join In any commission on Civil Disorders
Alliance President, Ashby G. for guidance, books and pro- policy which calls for shooting warned- against the use of excessive
Smith opened the Seminar. Following fessional staff. children In a civil disorder sit. force by policing units
morning session and She has been an elementary : uation. We have strongly condemned Looting and the terrible and
the members visited the offices school teacher in Chicago and' ; the widely publicized cowardly crime of arson cannot
of their respective congressmen has served as a Negro history announcement that Chicago police be stamped out by an offlcal
to put Into practice what teacher and consultant for the t have been Instructed to policy of killing on sight unlessour
they learned In the morning sessions. Brownsville Community Council i'E shoot to kill arsonists and to governments become at the

In New York City. same moment Garrison states.

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