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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:
May 4, 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:
UF00028362:00763

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 4, 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:
UF00028362:00763

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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neon faster In the field of education Quadrennial Session In Philadelphia. The Vice President, who was a keynote speaker Is. newspapers calling attention 17, 6883 West Virginia Avenue, was released from all charges Richard Daley's recent suggestion
than Florida. He felt flanked by (from left) Bishop O.L. Sherman, of Waco: Texas; Bishop E.C. Hatcher, Jacksonville to the tact that they stemming from the shooting of a fellow high school student last that looters be shot on

that every effort should madeto Florida; Bishop F.D. Jordan Hollywood, California, and Bishop W. F. Ball, of Miami, '' continue to run racial: designations Friday afternoon on the Spring Park Elementary baseball field. the spot as well as arsonists, I

continue the floe work of aU Fl wide In their housing Robert Walker 17, 448 na,. Duval Medical Center Wednesday and laid, "1 only agreed with

the schools. advertisements, and that this wood Street still hospitalized morning, young Walker had UA Chicago mayor, speaking of ,
This decision Is right alone Is In violation of the 1968 Civil was big Just before the start of returned to satisfactory con the situation In Chicago."
with the appointment of a com Editor Suffering Failed To Heed Rights Act which subjects these a baseball game between Raines dition. According to the statement I II

mIttee of eight faculty members publishers to suit for such ad. High and Douglas-Anderson. Testimony at the bearing on made by Bradley short ley after IJ I
and eight student members who, vertising. The bullet caused temporary Monday revealed that another the Cblcagoan's outburst, there

sccordtq.to. a release from Officers' Call Fifteen attorneys from key paralysis, and Walker was bospi student William Andrew, 17, was no mention of"situations". J
Fracture Of Skull northern and southern states tallied in the Duval Medical 1857 Arleth Road, had broughtthe However, Bradley was some
are conferring In this officeon Center. gun a .S! calibre pistol what nonplussed when faced by I

M Y. To Turn In Gin this housing Issue and other Justice of the Peace Hugh to the ball park before the game. I

Simpson Delayed Filing Warranty housing discrimination: which Grainger, following a prelimInary He showed U to Wise Just before

.... A twenty-one ,year-old inan. the, LDF attorneys will move bearing In the shooting the accident According to
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Because Hampton Was CampaigningLast Broad Street, for whom officers passed Fair Housing Act of lie held tb* pistol, ruled that Beyo and Investigator J. M.
bad been Instructed to be on the t.'1968. there was not sufficient evidence Beck later on the scene Wise
Friday night May 1. Just four days before the May ? lookout, because of the, report This Is the first such: campaign : for charge against the was examining the pistol The
primary elections: Frank Hampton, a candidate for the House that be was carrying a loaded under the New Act. young man. He further ruled weapon dlscahrged. A bullet
of Representatives, attacked and brutally assaulted Eric gun with him on the streets, LDF attorneys an proceeding that the cue was one of an accidental struck Walker.A !
O. Simpson, editor and publisher of the FLORIDA STAB lost his life while resisting under 804 of the new act.: discharge. shattered soft drink bottle

Simpson currently In Methodist Hospital, was taken to the arrest and when, during an In our wire to the southern According to information from was presented by Coach 1

emergency ward of the hospital suffering from whit appeared ensuing scuffle with police: be publishers, we said: Nathaniel Washington of Doug
to be a fractured skua.E tried to shoot, after pulling a "The Fair Housing Act of G lllesvilleVisit las-Anderson High at the bearIng. -

E CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 1968 prohibits publication ofadvertisements He said the bullet ricocheted :
The at about
Incident occurred their
office to file
the outer
after the bottle and
t 11 p.m. in the Jacksonville respective charges with the Indicating Planned bitting COMM 10NER RANGE I II
Shell racial discrimination and
1 Telegraph Press, 2545Moocrief III I And preferences struck Walker, the latter standIng -
clerk a television cameraman
lathe sales and rentals only about 50 yards away
DR. ANNA GA TLES' Elcee R.'Iucu.Road, operated by appeared, paused to take Hampton pictures Carter Rate of houses. This provision Carmichael from Wise Andrew,andanotber i I

the office of the president, Dr. Describing the assault, whereupon became effective April 11,1968.We By student, Bernard Hayes, 2979
I this Is
Gore, will work toward the Simpson said that, having completed declared "Oh, see, apolitical With Voters note that your newspaper Old St. Augustine Road. On the
frameup. continues to GAINESVILLE Stokely ball of this evidence and
more communicative operation publish housing : support
of philosophies between the administration his work of putting out It was then that Simpson Although only about six of advertisements containing Carmichael, Black Power of witnesses Judge Grainger I
edition of the FLORIDA STAR I
huddled with a few of his friends leader will be in
the faculty the be every 10 Jacksonville registered racial: preferences. We call GainesvilleMay ruled that Wise could be
d paid one of his frequent u well u one of Hampton's voters to the federal 11.14 to help/ raise bond released.At i
Stan and the students the visits to Lucas went to the polls Tuesday upon you obey new I
printing shop. aides and decided: that he would for Jailed black: leaders of this
there law and to Intention 6 Television
schooL were enough votes announce your p.m., Saturday
About
45 minutes later while
This faculty-student committee several not take out a warrant so that cast to bring the names of two to comply forthwith. community: Accorlng: : to Pat Channel 4 made room for a Ii I

It 1s hoped, will stave In the small persons outer were office sitting: of Frank Hampton would not be Negroes to the fore, both of Such violations of the Act may Davis, a spokesman for theorpwDUOD statement by F. Lynwood Lee, f
off such untoward Incidents: and the printing shop Hampton able to blame the outcome of whom will be able to run In be enforced by suits for sponsoring his president of the Jacksonville i
continue to !happen in other burst Into the the elecUU be lost-on the the election of May 28. There damages or Injunctions stateor visit National Association: For The I
and
states. Only a few days ago shouted, "I want compartment to see fact that Simpson bad taken outa were 29 contests on the bal federal courts by private Miss Davis, a Negro,is chair. Advancement of Colored Q i
you warrant for him a plot to
FAMU Itself wu In the throes while, at the same time be as let Tuesday. There will be only parties or by the Attorney People. President Lee likened
bid for
defeat him in his
of dissension. grabbed Simpson below his eight on tbenext ballot. General of the United States. '" the shooting of Walker to the CHIEF W. HEADLEY

This new, and precedent-: throat and started slugging him election. about Lewis Carter, the only leg- We would appreciate response Q& slaying Still from pain
breaking committee, results about the bead, even before the head suffering returned to .islatlve Negro candidate to be Indicating your plans." cell, 18, several days ago,during Athalie Range who..
from discussions held separately victim could get on his feet. the Simpson in the runoff, will run against The LDF pledges that,through I ft night of racial tension following some weeks ago said she would "
and jointly by faculty: and Elcee R. Lucas, who was Justice of the Peace in Medlock view of: Harry Westberry, whit served Its New York staff, assisted by in the wake of the assassination support his fight against crime
that
students an effort Improve-- sitting nearby, jumped up and the and told her election he would terms lathe Florida House from 250 cooperating attorneys, it & & nl' of Dr. Martin Luther It did not go to race destruc II IIU
relationships educationally. A pulled Hampton, cautioning him coming 1953 but lost to Ted Alvarez will sue for any violations of King Jr. Lee said be did not tion. However, the widely known
warrant "for the
list of proposals was drawn up to "respect: my place;. He not time file befog the" In delaying the a dairyman In his eighth at- the,Civil Rights Act of 1968 1 .. u.., know whether the shooting bad Mlamian, reminded Headley :.
and to the brought to its attorneys.The L racial that the committee be- i
by a faculty presented added, "If have : Involvement came
you something f1l1Dr,rl a warrant for bit u. ... jtttlt
students for acceptance. Then, to settle with Simpson, do It sailant, Simpson said, "Hamp, new Housing Act: says' S Walker was taken to the cuase "the statement made Inflamed j
a'a' faculty-student committee that It Is unlawful hospital Coach the Negroes of the community '
some other place, don't do It f m giving you a better chance: : ', by Cyrus D.
made proposals which wereac- here. (a) To refuse to sell or rent. Jones. The accident: occurred ."
tepted. Hampton bad whipped out a than you gave me. In the after the making of a bona fide 1 between 4:10 and 4:45 p.m. Headley became a nationwide
.The campus will also see the black and by that time "Due to severe pains offer or to refuse to negotiate character during the Christmas
erection: of a statue In memory Mrs. Maxine gun Ledbetter who bead and neck Simpson did not for the sale or rental of, or STOKELY CARMICHAELman season when be used a

of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was sitting next to Simpson, c* get out of bed until after the otherwise make unavailable or of the,Committee for the "get tough" policy which: according .

X>r. George Gore, with permission the settee, crawled In a corner the noon hour. He was ward taken to of deny, a dwelling to any person Defense dale Black Community Mrs. King Will to some, reduced reduced

from the regents, will also behind Lucas' desk. Methodist emergency about 6.45 because of race,color,religion, She reported that confirmation crime and reencouragedthe :
establish a Martin Luther King, Others who witnessed the Hospital : or national origin of Carmlcbael's visit was attendance of church mem
'Jr., Memorial Scholarship. attack Include Leroy Lucas p.m. and later admitted as a (0') To discriminate against any made by phone from Lead Mothers, bers. It was on April 16 that ,
:At t b. same time, regents 7138 Ken Knight Drive, Welbon, patient by Dr. L.. B. Child. 3. "1 ......:4 person in the terms,conditions, Washington, D. C. Chief Headley agreed with Mayor '

warned that further college and Wallace, 2007 Myrtle Avenue, Simpson is reported lurt.r1ncfrom LEWIS CARTER or privileges of sale or rental Carmichael has been kept Daley's proposal.' At that

university demonstrations such and William Green 2018 a fracture of the skull tempt In 1966. Westberry, according of a dwelling,or in the provision abreast of Gainesville Negro In Poor time, be said, "That couldhave
but Is considered out danger. March
as have !happened will not be Pullman Street. told to Wednesday figures of services or facilities In connection problems and arrests for been me talking I concur: com
tolerated in the future. The Although Hampton never : therewith because several months. Earlier this pletely. An arsonist is a murderer
of
City Police were called to the his victim what he wanted to garnered 21,688 votes. Carter ATLANTA Ga.-Mrs.Martin
FAMU Incident: required the scene of the attack but him about Simpson said won 15,738. The will compete race, color, religion, or year he sent a "sympathy" Luther King Jr. has Issued and should be shot"How
stetn and unyielding advice of Hampton had left before they see in the 28th district. Dat1ona1or1g1a. telegram to Jailed irwin Lee an open letter to the women ever, he told thecommitteithat
became
Chancellor Mann of the University Hampton evidently enraged (c:) To make, "Jack" Dawkins who be was thinking more of crime
arrived to make their investigations. over an article which Carter, former Urban League print, orpublish"., was arrested of America asklngthelr supportand
system. Executive or cause to be made printed March 17 on a charge than of r1ots.Commissioner.
appeared In the May 4 Issueof : Director, form. participation In the Poof
Florida AIM Is the largest or published notice of arson In connection with the Range reminded
Saturday morning when the FLORIDA STAR dealing er government official,.a col. any statement Peoples Campaign including:
predominantly, Negro Institution Simpson appeared at Justice of with an Investigation of the loge graduate with a master's, or advertisement, with firebombing of a white-owned the Welfare Mothers March on Headley that the Negro
of higher learning the state. the Peace Gen evleve Mattock's: Greater Jacksonville Economic in social work, has pledged to 'respect to the sale or rental grocery.: Sunday, May 12, in Washington committee, in the face of the
tt 1s widely known in many fields chambers to take out a warrantfor and the cut-off of continue his campaign vlg-, of a dwelling that Indicates any Miss Davis Is a University of and other cities. lack of racial: violence In
Opportunity
as'well u for the progesslvepointsofvUVtaken preference "m'tatton Florida student and memberof Miami, "spoke what was In our
Hampton he found Hampton its fiindft Simpson said orously for the second-prim or discrimination a Mrs. King and her four
in Its curricula In the judges office waiting to Hampton's name was mentioned: try votes. He said he will continue based on race, the Afro-American Students children will lead the minds." Headley spoke his mindto
The Marching Band is. color,Religion national Association.: the Associated Press on April
or origin
file a warrant for the man he In the article but the contents placing stress upon city- Washington march next Sunday
perhaps the greatest of all agpegregations had assaulted. He claimed that d the article bad appeared in county ,consolidation Carter or an intention to make any Trial for six persons charged to support the National Welfare 16, following the assassination
of Its type. said he such preference limitation with firebombing a Gainesville of Dr. Martin Luther King., Jr.
Simpson also bad a gun. other papers including the was "elated" over the Rights Organization and the demands -
Dr. Anna R. Gayles Is one of Judge Medlock suggested that FLORIDA STAR and was also strong support given him by or discrimination. grocery: has been changed from of poor people for reform Attending the conference: bis
the members of the faculty: the two men try to settle the aired on television previously voters. (d) To represent to any person the original date to June 24, of the welfare system. office were: Mrs. Range, City
student committee named recently matter between themselves to The other Negro, who will re. because: of race: ,color,religion, because of the scheduled Prominent women, welfare Manager Melvin Reese, Bernard -
at FAMU for working avoid unfavorable publicity that man In the election of May 28, or national origin that any dwel appearance of Carmichael mothers and women of all Dyer, director: of the Liberty
out ,student-administration would be brought upon two Buy U. S. Is William Shellman, who will ling Is not available for However, Irwin Dawkins rat walks of life are expected: to City Community Council
problem, so u to assure the prominent c mil DI. But run against Herman Godwin for such sale or rental when scheduled: for trial Monday of march for welfare rights Sunday and Garth Reeves, editor of the
continued smooth operations of Simpson Insisted he wanted to the Job of constable In DistrictNo. dwelling Is la fact: so this week, charged with possessing In the nation's capitol and In Miami Times, Reeves called
the. school. file a warrant. Saving Bonds 2. Godwin received: 2,558. available firebomb.Carmichaelis simultaneous demonstrationsacross for the resignation of Headley'''

."u.. iy>apr the two men went Into SbeUman received 2,835. *:.* .* former. director of SNCC. : the country. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14


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.. fI1P.t I..1I1 11- COO k man Royal Diplomats Ocala Junior Is Matthew Gilbert


Choral l Club MeetsThe New BethuneCollege Boosters GatherThe

t Choral Parents Club of monthly meeting of (be
Darnell-Cookman Junior High Queeft Matthew W. Gilbert Booster
I will meet May IS at 7 p.m. In '. Ocala Junior, Club will be held Tuesday, May
v% Mary Finley, an
1 the Chorus Suite. Money from 1968 at 7:30
Queen at Be- 14, : p.m., in the
crowned May
y the concert should be reported. was duringthe home of Mrs. Elease Williams
i YRO I.JfT > LMrs.7 Mamie Taylor isIfresldent thune-Cookman Annual May College Day Pageant 2304 Grunthal Street. '

Mrs. Mildred Mat. Delta Alpha Programs for the summer WIll
the
by
..11'1 f sews Is reporter. sponsored All
outlined. graduates
be
,: Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta who

Fidelity Savings : Sorority held, Inc.in Hayn The ceremonywas Memorial are on the interested Annual Alumni in participating Program

i .. Chapel.The to be held Friday, May 31,1968
were Miss at 10:29: a.m., in the school auditorium .
Club Plans TeaThe runnerups
arealso asked to attend .
Brenda Goodman, Daytona
FldelitySoclalandSavlngs Miss Patricia In- this meeting.The .
Beach, first;
-, ,.. Club will sponsor the annual gram, Miami, second; Miss Matthew W.Gilbert Boost.er .
Mother's Day Tea May 12 from Shlrely Murray, Jacksonville, Club Officers are:President
4 to 6 in the educational building third; Miss Doris McConnlco, Herbert J. Owens, Vice-presl-
of St Stephen's AME Chruch. Pensacola, fourth; and Miss dent Frederick Clark, Recording -
MYRTLE FULTON ,The oljtb with the largest at' Jacqueline Russaw, of St. .Augustine Secretary Mrs. Thomasem
tendance will receive B. OWens, Assistant Secretary
Mis a prize. fifth.
Myrtle Fplton, 1631 East
20th St., a senior at Stanton Mrs. Annie M. Paige is presi- Miss Finley is the daughter of Mrs. Elease Williams,Trea
'
Vocational High School, has dent. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Finley surer, Mrs. Gloria D. Jones,
of Ocala, and is majoring in Parliamentarian Mrs. Lob)
been granted a performance
award for superior performance Stanton High 1948 Sociology. She is a graduate of Johnson, Public Relation Officer .
studiedin Roy L Mitchell, Chaplain
under the Department of Howard High School She
Labor Europe during her Junior Jessie Johnson, and Business
Employee Recognition Grads Meet At
Program. Miss Fulton is the year. The gala program Included Manager, Carlton Jones
the traidtional platting of the All members and'interested
first neighborhood Youth enrollee William RainesAll
with the Department of May pole. Tributes to the Queen participants are asked to be

Labor anywhere in the countryto members of the 1948Stanton .. '. :'-. were a solo by Charles Britt, present.

receive such a n honor. Her High School graduating class J 1 .t. .' / a creative dance designed
local supervisor reports that has asked to meet May 14 at 4 5 i' .. especially for the Queen by the AME Lewis Club

lUll Fulton is a distinct asset p.m., at William Raines High ,. ', 1' 4 Bethune-Cookman College

to the department. School. Bennie Nickerson is ... "4 .;t. .. dancers, and piano selections by Sponsors Pink Tea
president. George Nairn is' .. Theodore James.
... .
'1. \L crowned by A.L. Lewis Club of the
sponsor. -: '* Miss Finley was The
The Royal Diplomats are shown, above, as they take time out they are: F. Donaldson, J. Cruppen, A. Adams, Attorney t ; Earl last year's May Queen, Miss Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church will
Rising And Study Skill for a Bob Smith Photo at their recent banquet. Len to right, Johnson, R. Washington, Mr. Mazeke, J. Demp and D. Mackey. Donna Leggett. sponsor a Pink Tea in the home-
of Mrs. Maggie Campbell, 641
Jessie Street Sunday, May 12,
Classes Listed For 8'nil (- C FAMU's King And Queen from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Jessie

I ,Sixth Summer Reading and Study Skills Program for J vu aaE i:Bells ] ,I Jenkins is presidentAI '
Iota and ''llth graders will begin at Bethune-Cookinan College Harper

AQIUt, Daytona J.' Beach, Florida, June 19, and continue through

The SUlls program in co- recognize and observe sociological Rudolph F. Jamison, 1248 Jimmie L. Williams, 145 Walters West Cfb5Has '
opaitttoa with The Jessie Smith and psychological aspects Odessa St., 22 and JacquelynB. Dr., Atlantic Beach, 20
Noyei Foundation/ Inc., New of reading difficulties and to Robinson, 1407 Franklin St., and Harriett A. Ruffin, 98
York H.Y.; is open to a select provide a variety of reading 21. Church Rd., Atlantic Beach, 18. EventThe
grotp ef M students who have skills deemed necessary to r4 .
successfully completed the 10th meet the challenges which may John Adams, 4032 Leonard 4. Al-Harper-West Club win
and 11th grades, who show aca- be encountered in the future CIr., 26 and Dollle Mae Jacobs, George Smith, 2243 W. 44th sponsor on May 10 ft special
derate promise and who have academic life of the student," 1558 W. 26th St., 25. St., 20 and Johnnie Mae Heck, affair in the home of Mr. and
ben 'highly recommended by Miss Speight said. She also 2243 W. 44th St., 18. Mrs. Al Williams, 1585 West
their, principal and guidance added, "We have programs de- Curtis Heads, 5059 Bergman 25th Street from 8 p.m. Aprize
director, according to Marion signed to improve basic skills' Rd., 19 and Joyce P. Walker, Graham Mc C. Thomas, 809 1N+V r 1 1t : will be given each person at

Speight) program coordinator. develop competence, boraden 5551 Rumax Crt., 17. W. 3rd St., 46 and Doris Smith, r tending.BethuneCookman.
"Tfce program Is designed to. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 805 W. 3rd St., 44.

Practical Nurses Eddie L. Byers, 2439 W. 23rd t ll lls

St., 35 and Mary L. Williams, I Itun Will Have
HOMIOWNUJtCONSOLIDATE I 2439 W. Urd St., 24.
Will Hold Alumni Meet Soon
BILLS Selven J. McCray, 421 W. 1st
.. Meeting May 17 St., 20 and Willie Mae Robinson, The Annual Bethune-Cookmaa
MtiNTtMtT* rtMTcti* le'I.' I MM cieimo COIM A
lumni and
319 1W.. Orange St., 16. College Meeting
$2000 $5000 $66.74 The Duval County Stanton Class Reunion Banquet will be
1000 .s27.91-1 I $8000 106.77 Vocational License Practical Nathaniel Henry, 1883 JuniorSt. held at 2 p.m., May 25, la
,$4000 | $10.000 133.47 Nurse Alumnae will meet May ., 22 and Rebecca E. Russell, Heyn Memoiral Chapel on ttx
.. HILL CO. ITU IMIASSV 'k. m-OJII 17 at the Eldorado Club. Mrs.E. 2561DobySt.,22. B-CC campus, Daytona Beach,

R. Wilson, president, will according to James H. Keys
2nd Mortgage Loans Our Specialty! transact business of Import- Eddie L. Terrell, 7813 Mon- executive: secretary.
ance. crlef Rd., 20 and Carolyn E. The election of National office!
.t: CAM Wl MU vne WITH Odum, 5514 Vernon Rd., 19. is on the Meeting ageada.

ffrt..finc Porches Eta Phi Betas Don Jose Lee, 728 W. Moo* ? 'cwliC'i I'J U&tfJ: !all 'LLadles'
'. Plumbing Siding roe St., 32 and Gertrude 0.Walthour of, '"LeisureWill
'.feinting Room AdditionsRemodalingImprovcrosntsl Allen Hobo DanceEta 726 W. Monroe St, ,
21.
Phi BetaSororlJy will have Meet May 14
Fml CO. 725-0521 the Annual Hobo Dance at the Edward McBride, 4605 Bessie
J .... nUIMIASS'f OR Duval County Armory on May Circle, 27 and Linda P. Steele, 1 1Jf The Ladles of Leisure Social
31. Prizes will be awarded. 1372 W. 4th St., 19. and Savings Club will bold the
regular meeting In the homed
Mrs Ernestine Gary, 1585
EngagedMr. West 31st Tuesday night at
rI 8:30. Mrs Mattie 1.. King Is.
a
president. Mrs. Loreatna L.
and Mrs. Curtis McClen-
Bush is
Philco-Ford don, 1129 W. 13th St., recently reporter.
announced the engagement of
Raines Has
their daughter Margaret Shepherd High

to Willie James Smlth,.on

No Frost Special Classes In Skills

I Classes In the development.
of skills began at the William
Raises High School on May 7
and will end oo June 14. Instruction -
-- -c--- II will be available in
IIi crafts typing or speed reading.
I i -.5,. ir FAMU'S KING AND QUEEN OF ORANGE AND GREEN-Jackie L. Johnson ana Verina Qualified Instructors will be
1 1t r Mathis pose for pictures during the annual Orange and Green Ball It Florida AIM Univer in charge. The Florida Junior
O" sity. Johnson is a choral mulsc major from Lakeland, and Mathis is a business education College will be in charge" of
:J major from Jamesborg, N.J. They were elected King and Queen by a large margin during the instruction. C. P. Thompson is
g.. J recent spring elections at FAMU. chairman of publicity.

$ ..

EngagedMrs. Miss Glee Club William Raines Class


DOWN Grace B. Scott announced : :, Play Will Be May 19

this week the engagement of The senior class of William
!
l her daughter, Miss Shirley A. '
151 CII.!!. total capacity 'Iol' M. Raines will present Its annual
I MARGARET SHEPHERD Tarver, to Mr, Alfred H. Fea- ;
; class May
play Sunday,
i Big 152 lb. freezer with of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, gin, son of Mr. John M. Fea- I {, e, 19, at 6:00: p.m., and Monday,
storage doorPortable 1984 Baldwin. Miss Shepherdand gin, ST., and of the late Mrs. 1:; i May 20th at 8.p.m.lnU e

I ice cube keeper Mr. Smith are graduates ol -Annie, P. Feagin. The bride-- t" school auditorium. The playa
t
A the New Stanton Senior High i comedy, is entitled "A Bit
1 0 Twin vegetable crispers *
School. Each spent one year at I ) of Hooey". The public Is invited
Philco Power Saver cuts Edward Waters College. The I Y to witness the hilarious
'-e operating cost wedding planned for July 13 at f incidents to be portrayed by

w Dairy Bar storage door with 7:30: at Emanuel Baptist Church, these energetic and hardworking -
!enclosed butter keepers will be followed by a receptionat ., seniors. The play is being
the church. Miss
Shepherd directed by Mrs. C. B. Johnson
an employee of Blue Cross Blue 'i J and C.Le Lee.
Shield of Jacksonville, while 1
Mr. Smith is Jacksonville's
Mother's Day
first Negro meter reader.
Model 16RD6C I I
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ll Tea Listed
i11i'
\ f ALMER'S"SKIN

I SUCCESS"
;;
19 cu.ft. Philco Side-by-Side OINTMENT By DistrictA

J. '\ Diamond Jubilee Special mtrr FAst. luwi aw' non TNI SHIRLEY TARVER Mother's, Day Tea will be
', 245 Ib.No Frost MITMHM sos iUlHM OF now
1 Frttztr dtuiisic112
: AIlS YOU MCVU THOUCHI sponsored by District No. 3 of
POSSWU. *M ,
twit No Frost Reirgentor in eabmetonly AI A low met INM wet uua tot elect is also the daughter of Mt.
32V rude! No ,. Ararat Baptist Church on
.dtlrosbng. IV. i- Mr. Tarver and the
Mat*198T7C I l runu't "win tuccur oiimun. Ulysses May 12 in the home of Mr. and
/ UduM M* kulMiM el of Mr. and Mrs.
: tkitul goddaughter
& \\r.tM
.> Mrs. Miller 1559 West 22nd,
IVUMM tht tcla Tar
," Ellis L. Stoudemire. Miss
ualMt k m tkM.Ha eoduif tr4UMhini. from 4
to 6
'I'r: Deacon George
nlrnkn tkt Iwo No mittM !is a former student of the p.m.
ver
;"IE'II OBI OWN FINANCING( .ln toM VM kMt .i.tt.d art PAUIU1urn School p r Henry is the leader of the dis
wecur OWIWHT. .. Matthew W. Gilbert High
M y
UNUK
rid wtus ...." ,.. us. trict.
INed 1 and of Florida Junior College.Mr. .
r ilckut IHIIMWI.. w4 icilM ol imaS.Q1 Sandra Lafaye Bailey above
| of New Stanton
Feagin was graduated from Senior High School
: C'furntture.:1k fLfL O I I I NOININtflNQ tOHPUt the New Stanton High School and with three years membership In the Glee Club and Modern Maw
D 1'1.5 I T ThOil AI AIIT null' from the St. Petersburg Junior ters of the school, was named "Miss Glee Club" during the PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT
7 tCOHOMT SIZE 1H Oil OMV MeEET College. He is presently, attending sixteenth annual concert of the Little Theatre in the Civic AuditJ .
( NEAO-TO.TOE PROTECTION the Florida Junior Col- orium. Miss Bailey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
.
135 Brood St. 353.579r t 4Ct< te. n Bailey. The lady will SMITH
: :t\11..ewc: iit- Hut.MtKMlM II MYry lege. The wedding will take young major in music in colleee berinnina DR. REX
taum iriiiu 1 M I>IMI HIM u..1.HMIIKMl. with next year. The Glee Club has been invited to
.. 28 and will be sine In
H *'I' OY.IY;.ion'). N k. u kt H. ". followed by a reception. Bahamas on July 26. Soloists at concert were, other than Miss
>m Hniii /
tiKtiu" s Bailey, Joyce.1.. Taylor, James Kinchen, Steve Owens, ponitoe 900 W. STATE EL4-UM

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Silhouettes of the Debutante; Beta Alpha Zeta Of Zeta Phi 1 Beta Presents The 1968 Junior Cotillion

Zeta JP Beta Sorority Presented slxty-sta Junior debutantes at .
toe >*M *M"* *"* **** -""" -"- *--- ? MMMB1 <
1968 Junior Cotillion and Blue Revue Friday,April 28, In the I- *
Duval County Armory. These beautiful young ladles were chosen .1i
from the Senior High Schools of Jacksonville, namely Matthew
w. Gllrrf!New Stanton, Douglas Anderson, William Raines and A
Eugene J. Butler.

Escorts for-these young ladles represented the finest of our ,
future citizens. The 1968 Coterie made their formal bows in' 4r ; nr
white flowing gowns, at this time,abl-annual tradition. The presentation -'
1
of these young ladies is the culmination of the dreamsof
earlier years and stems from ancient customs of many nations
and people. ,The Cotillion Is one of Jacksonville's most cultural "I
affairs and is anticipated by friends, relatives and members of
the younger set. It is toe earnest and sincere hope of Beta Alpha
Zeta Chapter, toe sponsoring group, a chapter of Zeta Phi Beta
Sorority, Inc., that each debutante will continue her education and 'IJ
prove to Jacksonville citizens and society that she is worthy of

DEBUTANTES toe Issue.presentation. Twnety-flve of these debs are shown In this


Galls Monleco Anderson is a Senior in New Stanton Senior High
School the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Anderson, and a
member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Her activities Include
membership In the U Bell's Social and Savings Club, of which

she under Is Mrs.secretary A.H. ,Moore.and membership In the 12-8 Homeroom class ale a irsoa Brjrada r rttt Caret a a er Sandra Baiey laaice Baldwia

Brenda Marie Argrett, a senior in William M. Raines High

School, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Argrett. Miss 1li "--'- _._-- -- .... .....
Argrett 1s a member of t toe Bethel Baptist Institutional Church. ,
Other activities Include membership In the Psychology Club
Dramatics Club, Newspaper Staff Club, Youth Council of Civic t .
Affairs Mathematics Club, Student Council, Bible Club, Youth .
Urban League and Junior Achievement .
Carolyn Yvonne Badger, Senior In Douglas Anderson Junior
Senior High School, Is the daughter of Mrs. Althea Badger and t1Vr
a member of Jerusalem Baptist Church.Miss Badger's Interests
lie In band music and choral music. ATE. ,.+dd bi 4 H i
Sandra Lafaye Bailey is a senior In New Stanton High School \
She U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bailey and 1s a
member of West Union Baptist Church. The deb Is Vice President !
of the New Stanton Glee Club, Vice President of the Modern
Music Masters and a member of the Yearbook Staff.
Janice Baldwin; senior in NewStantonSenlor High School, Is the j :3
daughter of,Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin. Miss Baldwin Is a L
member of First Baptist Church. .
Rosemary Lynnette Baldwin, an Eleventh grade student at Mat L
thew W. Gilbert High School, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Renton ActlclUes include membership on the Young Women's Counciland
the Marching Band and Symphonic Band.
Deborah Holiday Bartley Is a senior at Doublas Anderson Jun
ior-Senior High School and the daughter of Mrs. Deborah L.'
Bartley.Deborah U a member of the Church of toe Living God.
Interests are In the school band, the Chorus and the Journalism Rose Mar Baldwin Debra BartIe Elaaaer Beaattt or a rare 6weado a airs

"aielnor Joyce Bennett, an Eleventh grade student at Matthew
W. Gilbert Senior High School, ls the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,,
James H. Matthews. She is a member of St Matthews Church.
Activities include participation In the Marching and Symphonic "
Band, U Cercle Junes, on the Yearbook Staff and on the : ,
Council .
Loretta Braile U a senior in Matthew W. Gilbert She Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hockey Fellow Bratle, Sr. The deb Is .
a member of Bethel A.M.E. Church, New BerUn, Fla. Her '!1
activities include membership on the Yearbook Staff, in the "
Art Club, oo the Student Council and on the St John Water Ski :V
Club. ; : AA

Gwendolyn Mattle Capers, senior In WiUlam M. Raines, is the 1'4l.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford N. Norton and a memberof \
Dayspring Baptist Church. The young lady is a member of the .. .. I .
school Chorus, Dramatics Club,, the Church Bible Club, school :...
Annual Staff. Ladles of Raines ,Club Lea Ingenue and is aa w I
honor student .' I It
Olga Cacelia Christopher Is a Senior at William Raines. Mr, '
and Mrs. Ira L. Christopher are her parents. She 1s a member t
of Asbury Methodist Church Affiliation include membership
with the Ladles of Raines Club, the Newspaper Stat, William ,
Raines Chorus and Bowling League. Miss Christopher Is also a .,
library assistant
Brenda LaNette Cooper, senior, New Stanton High Senior High
School, 1s the daughter of Mrs. Sylvia N.Cooper. She Is a member *
of Second Baptist Church. Miss Cooper holds the unique
Cotillion.distinction of being this year Miss Blue Revue for the Junior Ba Chrlsto her reads ooper Ertl a Ca elaad a e aril Cbaoace sat

Evelyn Elaine Copeland is an eleventh grade student at William
M. Raines. She Is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wells
and is affiliated with Mt Zion A.M.E. Church. Memberships art \
held in toe Thespian Dance Group,Delta Twenty Club, Us Amiss
Club and the OUrta'H. Baldwin Y.W.C.A. Club. Evelyn represented j
William Rallies at the Sears Roebucks School for
Young Charmers of 1967-68 ;

Gale Yvonne Curtis, an eleventh grade student ai new wanton i
Senior High School, is the daughter of Mrs. Mildred N. Davis. //n
She Is a member of Second Baptist Church. Activities Include
the New Stanton Senior High Chorus, Charles D. Brooks, Chap A / 1d
ter National Honor Society and Vice>Presldency in the Epsllon:; ,
Gamma Omega's Social Club. I
r .
Chauncey Renee Diary Is an eleventh grade student at New ; r ;' _i.: :e
Stanton Senior High School The daughter of Mrs. Mary L.
Danzy, she is a member of Shlloh Metropolitan Baptist Church. 'r. ,
Activities Include membership in the Armed Services of America *
Club and the Upsllon Pal Phi Club, of which she is
treasurer. She Is business manager of the Epsllon Gamma Omega
Club and In the 11-2 Homeroom at New Stanton.
Sberryl Denise Taylor, eleventh grade student at New Stanton
Senior High School is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman D.
Taylor. She 1s a member of st. Paul AJIE.Church and serves barnMrnd
on the McNeal Usher Baord.
Denise Sharon Diamond, eleventh grade student at New Stanton
y. Senior High School, ls the daughter of Mrs. E.L. Diamond. The
deb 1s a member of the St Plus Catholic Church. She is a. Shtila flemmiat Itmplt 6 orer
assaalra
member of the New Stanton Symphonic Band and Orchestra, laloiattta 6adlieg 6raatrtez
a Majorette In the Marching Band and VicePresident of the

Caprice Club.Cassandra ,.tt- ..,-- 1q
Renee Edwards, In toe eleventh grade at William
a
Rate High, is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. James.
Miss Edwards affiliated with the Woodlawn United PresbyterIan -
Church. Activities Include membership In the Drama Club, i
Club Phi Delta Epsilon and on the Viking Annual Staff. t.
Brenda Joyctlyn Fields, in the eleventh grade at f MatthewW. :
Gilbert, is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Paul Francis .c k : 1 JI
Fields Sr. Her membership Is with 'the St Joseph Methodist t
Church. Activities: include the Marching and Symphonic PfiMlt. I i
Beverly Pope, senior at Douglas Anderson High,is the daughter r
of Mr. and Mrs Joseph W.Pope.She is a member of the Jerusalem r z4
Baptist Church. AcUltlellncWde the D.C.T. Club, Chandl :
Uer Social and Savings Club and the Prudential Recreational
and Athletic Club. -
Sharon Yvonne Flamming senior at William M. Raines, Is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. nemIJ IIC. She is a 4, t r u ; g r'
member the Ebendzer Methodist Church. She is president of
toe Methodist Youth Fellowship of the church and is a particle 14 I I
pant in the Distributive Cooperative Education Program.
Sheila Yvette Flemmlng, senior at William Raines,is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. .Willie L. Flamming and a member of the
Ebenetar Metbbdlst Church. She is a Parliamentarian of the
National Honor Society, member of the school chorus. Drama
tics and Psychology Club, President of the Florida Conference
Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church and Most

Versatile Temple Glover Senior,Class senior member.at New.Stanton Senior High School, Is glint ir+l ,r f aruu roc war rata a IsiI UUII 1a

the daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Sylvester Bryant.She is a member
I
of DaySpring Baptist Church, Activities: include the New Stan Cassandra Lucretia Grant is a student in the eleventh grade U.S. State Department Wants Career Women
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ton Glee Club, Charles D. Brooks Chapter of the National of Douglas Anderson High School. She is the daughter of Mr. The dream of visiting foreign
Honor Society and the Olivia H.Baldwin Chaptered toe Y.W.C.A. and Mrs. Clarence Grant Service offers a unique com*
Leroy and a member of Jerusalem capitals may soon becomereality ,.. .he recruiters who has served
Antoinette Marie Gadllng. senior New Stanton Senior High Baptist Church. Interests Include Dance Group, 4-H Club and when U.S.DepartmeatocState lunation of service to our coverumena 3 continents must be AmerlcuclUItDS,h
on at four
School is toe daughter of Mr. John A. Gaoling and of Mrs.,. Hostess Club. recruiters visit Jackson and the opportunity to different school graduates, at least 21
M.L. Crumley. She is affiliated with the Woodlawn United1Presbyterian ., vllle May IS through May 17,*. live in and learn about foreign Foreign Service posts. years old, single without dependents .
< countries and cultures."I visit-. The Recruiters are looking for in '
excellent health and
Church. Activities Include that of Majorette in Debs
in search of women as
the New Stanton High School Marching Band Clarinetist in the Story Service young secretarial ted, the remote outpost of TImbuktu flexible young women with good willing to go anywhere in toe
Concert Band and m.mberabJp,1D toe Y.W.C.A and In the Foreign while I was serving at toe secretarial sBlls including at world. They are also subject to
Les Social Club. .Continued Next Week candidate American Embassy in Niger, least one year of experience 'a background investigation to
Legtonettes
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r United. Methodist Church Leader Pledges Inter-racial ProgressBishop Baptist's Jerusalem Women




E. Frank ,Sees Need Councilman,.,. Addresses Diplomats' I Dual Day Is Plan Affair i

( The Annual Women's Day of

I -4r f fri Scheduled For Jerusalem Baptist Church will
For Emphisis Oif VelvHtirism m be Sunday, May 19, throughout
the day. Mrs. Corine Waters Is
ChurchDual
DALLAS-The bishop soon to be named to head the United Emanuel chairman. Mrs. Lucille Merritt

I Methodist Church said recently the new giant of protestanlsmwill Day will be observed on is co-chairman.Is Rev. R. w.
pastor.
make and vigorous" efforts to become "completely Jackson
new Emanuel
at the
19
Sunday May The entire Women's Day Com
InterraciaL"If jjj4k't
more racial progress Is "many of us may have todesert" Baptist Church. Cross will mittee was selected on Feb
Mrs. Ernestine 3. Officers were
that method.He ruary chosenas
not made, he said, "some of service..
speak In the morning Chair man Mrs.Co-
us will have desert the methodof said "new and vigorous member of follows: ,
voluntarism." efforts will be made to convert Mrs. Cross Is a rine Waters; Cochairman,
St. Louis Bishop Eugene M. united Methodist people: to a the Friendly Baptist Church. Mrs. Lucille Merritt; Secretary
will speakat
Frank also said the church true Chrlst-inceness in matt Miss Mercedes Key Mrs. Jennette Holmes;
must develop new spiritual our church utterly and com- 3 p.m. and Rev. J. C. Boydof Treasurer, Mrs. Minnie Thomas -
Inter-racial. Albany, Ga., at 7 p.m. .
the 12-milllon- pletely
energies or
will be:
member denomination createdin flU white members do not Officers for the day Also: Program Chairman!
the will be "some-' convert to full Christian love Mrs. S. L. Badger, acting Mrs. Gloria Reid with Mrs.
thing dead merger and empty." many of us will have to desec4the pastor: Mrs. A. B. Blair Mamie, assistant Thelma Ray and Mrs. Bettye<

Bishop Frank, president- method of voluntarism, for pastor; Mrs. Law; Finance Committee, Mrs.
designate of the new church's we are all one in Christ." ; Coleman, chairman chairman; Alfonso for Minnie Thomas and Mrs.

,council of bishops, also said He did not elaborate on that Montgomery Jenette Holmes; Youth Department
the United Methodists will be statement. There was contro- Men; Mrs. Fannie Horne Brown, co- Mrs. Gladys Hunt; Pub-
more open toward further union versy in the plenary session chairman; Robert Mrs. Mozell Jones; Sun
Allen
with other denominations and yesterday at the uniting con- Attorney Earl M. Johnson, Jacksonville Councilman, was guest gavel with John Uripper new president. The annual affair co-chairman;Mrs.Mrs. Mary Celestine, day school Department, Mrs.
will reach "new levels of understanding ference of the former Methodist speaker at the recent banquet of the Royal Diplomats. In the of the Diplomats is anticipated. Bob Smith Photo secretary;financial secretary Beatrice Singletary and Mrs.
;
and cooperation"with and Evangelical United other picture A. Adams, new president is exchanging the Harris; Minnie Thomas; Ushers, Mrs.
Roman Catholics. Brethren (EUB) churches over Ted Sterer,financial secretary; Mozell Jones; Beautification
integration. Mrs. Lena Mae Scott, Mrs. M.C. Christopher Mrs.
The bishop of the MissourI. ,
area of the former Methodist Group called Black Methodistsfor Rev. J. L. PhiladelphiaChoir treasurer. Marie Williams and Mrs.
church said "we will maintain- Church Renewal, demandeda [Religion And Race Others are: Mrs. Barbara Louise Adams; Hospitality

our position of voluntarism on 1972 mandatory date for complete Williams Is New Celebrates I Taft, Rivers program chairman chairman of; Mrs. Evelyn Joiner;Tags,Mrs.
the race Issue," but added that integration in the church. Shirley Gladys Hunt.Second.

*. *. *. Pastor Here Young Women;WilliamStarkes Men Mrs., *
T T' FoundingChoir chairman of Young ;
PROTESTANT CHIEF Rebecca Lacy and Mrs.Alverla
Baptist
NEWS" Rev. J. L.,Williajns Jessup, Mo. 1 of the Philadelphia Sneed, Ways and Means; Mrs.
| CHURCH ] Ga., is now pastor of the Beth- Baptist Church will celebrateits NEW YORK -(NPI) The board of directors of the Pro- Willie Pearl Coleman, pub-
I Ioo lehem Baptist Church 6th and anniversary on Wednesday, testant Council of the City of New York announced recentlythe licity, assisted by Mrs. Jewel Youth Will

Madison St. He is the former May 15, at 8 p.m., In the selection of the Rev. M. L. Wilson, pastor, Convent Baldwin; Courtesy Mrs. Vera
pastor of the First Baptist auditorium of the church. Avenue Baptist Church and president of the National Committee Mae Long and Mrs. Geneva Honor MothersSecond
SHEPHERD BAPTIST Church of Alma and Scriven Listed for participants are the of Negro Churchmen, as its new chairman. Rev. Thomas Music Mrs. Settle
Sunday School begins at 9:45.: Rev. Alex Garvin, pastor, will Ga. following musical groups: Wilson replaced A. Philip Randolph, the first Negro electedto Burney ; and Erma Badger; Baptist Church 954

speak. The Senior Choir and the Usher Board will serve Sunday School begins at Be- Friendship Baptist Choir No. 1,. the post, who resigned recently because of poor health Decorations, Mrs. Naomi Kings Road, Rev. J.C. Sams
throughout the day. BTU begins at 6 p.m. and evening worshipat thelehem at 9:30 with Super- Little Rock Baptist FriendlyBaptist Glover. minister, will 1 support its young
7 p.m. Deacon Solomon 11m moos and his Gospel Singers intendent Eugene Sawyer in Choir No. 1, ML Ararat CONFIRMS QUITTING people in the observance of
will render a song service In the interest of the church and charge assisted by Mrs. Lillie Male Chorus and Choir 4-Bt Mother's Day Sunday during the
of the pastor's anniversary;Mrs.Willie Bryant Is sponsor. The Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fedd. St. Matthews Baptist (Eastside WASIUGTONNPI)- The announced resignation of the Allen Chapel Baptist Training Union serviceat
church is located at 1722 West 29th. Rev. Alex Garvin is The morning worship! begins at Choir No.1, Mt Bethel Male Rev. Duncan Howelett as pastor of the All Souls' Church 5:45.

pastor. 11 a.m. The Home Missions Chorus, Abyssinia Baptist (Unitarian), effective June 30, was reaffirmed recently by the Plans Mother's In the Sunday School, which
Society will be in charge of the Choir No. 1,Mt.Calvary Baptist minister. He reiterated his determination to resign so thata begins at 9:30. a short program

FRIENDSHIP BAP'mTSUDday dining room. The Home Missions Choir No. 1, Zion Hope Baptist Negro successor can be selected. Day FeteAllen will be presented by the young
School begins at 9:30. The morning worship begins at group will meet at 4 p.m. Choir No. 1, St.Thomas Baptist people. Consecration lor the
11 a.m. A Mother's Day' Tea will be held Sunday, May 12, The Matrons Society's Annual Choir No.1, Redeem Baptist FOUR-YEAR PLAN Chapel A.M.E. Church deacons deaconesses ushers
from 4 to 8 p.m. District No. 2 will hold the monthly meeting Mothers' Day Tea will be from Choir No.1. Holy Temple will be the scene of a tea Sun- and choirs will be held at 10:45:
Sunday, May 12, following the tea. Deacon Robert Kindrick is 4 to 6 p.m. The Young Adult Church of God In Christ, Union PII1LADELPIlIANPIA four-year experiment designedto day beginning at 4 In honor a.m. The morning worship begins -
leader. District No. S will hold Its monthly meeting Sunday achieve Intergrated educational goals and programs with p.m.,
Choir and Usher Board No. 2 Community AME Choir No. 1, of the mothers.Mrs.Amanda at 11 a.m. Rev. Sams will
,May 12, at 5 p.m., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mervin, will serve all day. Mrs. Vivian Simpson Methodist Choir No.2, other metropolitan mission enterprises, was approved by the Gay and her workers art in speak. The morning worship begins -
524S Dostle Drive, South. Deacon Price is leader. The Chorus Wilson is reporter. Church of God in Christ Board of Christian Education, United Presbyterian Church in at 7 p.m. The Council of
and Usher Board No. 3 will serve all day. Music will be No.4. J. W. Johnson Chorus the USA, during Its recent four-day annual meeting In Krlshelm charge the Sunday School and of the
Bannerman
Rev. J.C.
i furnished by Mrs. Storey.' Rev Remus Smith is pastor The and Philadelphia GospelChorusand Study Center. The program, to be funded with $308,000, will pastor, Teachers will be Friday night at
is
church Is located on New Kings Road. Friendly Westside Choir No. 2. Mrs. Leona be under the direct supervision of an eight-man task force of meeting calling for an Saturday official at board his 7 p.m.
denominational educators and urban mission experts.
Daniels will be mistress of .
home 3543 Gladys.
FRIENDSHIP ,
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
ceremonies Theodore Newman
Choirs Meet MondayThe
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent, Mrs. will sing. Usher Boards No. 1 TAKE THE LEAD
Luster Smith, in charge. The morning service begins at and No. 2 of Philadelphia will
Westside Choirs
11:30 a.m. with the deacons In charge of devotions. Rev. Union Friendly will hold the quarterly serve. Mrs Rosanna Quarterman DETROITNPl> -. The priesthood should take the lead in AMEZ General i Conference Is
H. Robinson, pastor, will speak in the morning service. A Is Rev. J. W. solving the nation's racial unrest and should encourage the
conference and president
Banquet Monday
Mother's Day program will be given at 3 p.m. District No. 1 Johnson is pastor. use of non-violence according to the Rev. Peter J. Riga, Now I In Motor
13 at 7.30 in
May City
night
Meeting
p.m.
will hold its monthly meeting at the church at 5 p.m. Deacon the main unit of Mt. Canaan Roman Catholic theology professor from St. Mary's College
J. P. McPherson of District 1 will be in charge. Rev. H. Oakland, Calif. Speaking to the Catholic Committee for Urban
Church 1055 Van Buren
Robinson.is pastor. Street.Baptist Mrs. Ruby, B. Stewart FellowshipWeek Ministry gathered in Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel he said, "It The 38th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference of
'r' < '*'' CONTINUED ON'PAGE 5 Is president. Rev. J.M. Hazel- is not a question of unleashing vlolenct..tbe only question is the AME Zion Church opened i at St. ,Paul AME Zion Church

.. ton is pastor, and Senior Choir Held how if we can, to direct and use the rage. of the Negro 11359 Outer on May 1. More ban 500 delegates, and perhaps
No. 1 are hostesses.The community before we reach the garrison state; 5,000 members and friends wen to converge on the Motor

Union's monthly mass revival City to chart the program of the denomination for the next
may we help you meeting will be held May At Holsey IMAGERY four years.

26, at 2:30 p.m., in the main Even church polity will claim W. Romney Dr. F. George
WASHINGTON (NPI!) One minister who Is dissatisfiedwith
auditorium of Mt. Bethel Baptist A Week of Fellowship will be much attention, current Shipman Dr. S. E. Duncan,
protect your Church 5637 Annlson St. the feature of services at Hol the image which the Southern Baptist denomination presents topics-Black Power,Violence and Dr. E. W. Brice
Is the Rev Paul G. 34-year-old minister of Takoma
Glllesple
secular politics will be exploredIn W. J. Walls senior
Rev S.A. Thomas, host pastor sey C.M.E. Church beginning Bishop ,
Park Church. Rev. Glllesple noted that 1,300
Senior Choir No. 1 of Mt Canaan with May 13. Baptist among a ramification. prelate will open the session
WINTER CLOTHES ? and Combined Usher Boards On the opening night Rev.Say- Southern Baptist churches surveyed, 69.4 per cent exclude National and international and the other 11 Bishops will
his be has to do about
At church sought something
Negroes. leaders will address the convention -
of Mt. Bethel will berve. mer Blrdler of the Christian rotate the chairing daily.
it. During his three as a pastor be has been able to
Cbuch and Rev.CatUen 01 Merc- years during the 15-day ses The budget for the Quadrennial -
P t Induce 100 Negroes to Join-the largest number in all-
any
ARROW ZORIC CLEANER'S'CLEAN bin Temple will speak.On May sion. Among those being Mayor will be realized thoroughly
white Baptist church in the Washington area Four of the
: TabernacleWomen's 14, Tuesday, Rev. Killing and Carl Stokes Governor George by the delegates with much
Negro members are the board of deacons
on
his members will be present. emphasis on education and
STORE BOX'gives Day On Wednesday May 15, Rev. foreign mission. The matter
Collins of Triumph Holiness of minimum salary for pastors
Church will be present. 0 n First Born Temple Is high on the agenda.

Planned For May Thursday night, Rev. B.W.Nel- Pentecostal St. Thomas There will also be a discus-

you a relaxed, son of Palmer Grove Baptist Hears Missionaries sion on government grants for
Tabernacle Baptist Church will speak. On May 17, Rev. Church DedicationIs physical improvement to churc '

will bold Women's Day on May M.C. Merriweather of Central Missionary's Day Sunday will be Missionary. buildings Including Day Care
carefree 19.Captains C.M.E. Church will be present. Sunday at the First Born Temple 829 Centers Nurseries and housing

are: Queen Aiken, On May 19, Sunday Men's Day On May 12 the Pentecostal Will Be May 19 West Monroe St. Missionary for senior citizens.
summer U.O. Young, Ida King, Ida King, will be celebrated. The earlier Church of God In Jesus 6362 W. W, Grant, president, will be
wif. Lola Brown, Sarah Watts, services are designed to aid the Jamie Road, Westconnet will in charge. Elder Hill is pastor. Plans GalaMother's
Geneva Grant Juanita Wynn, services of May 19. Edward be dedicated. The sermon will The Annual Women's Day at Sunday School begins at 10a.m.

Olivia Gay, Helen Lawrence Coley is chairman. be delivered by Bishop L.Gates. St. Thomas Missionary Baptist Minister M. McQueen Is superintendent DayA
Mary Jackson, Alma Glover, Regular services begin with Sunday School begins at 10:30.: Church will be Sunday, May 19, The Morning wor-
and a Helen Seabrooks Leola Johnson the Sunday School a t 9:30. Elder Johnson will teach. throughout the day. Mrs. Lo- ship begins at 11 a.m., with devotions Mother's Day program will
;; iiLM ilA Dorothy Burns and Peo- Mrs. Birtha Griffin and tea- Connetta Young Weston will in charge of the mis- be presented Sunday night at
to cola Forester. chers will be in charge. The St. Ann'sPrayer serve as chairman Mrs. Flor- sionaries. Misslpnary Brookle 8 p.m. at the House of God,
ready go"
I morning devotions will be In House ence Sumpter will be cochairman. Mae Adams will speak. The 1725 West 29th. Appearing on

I charge of the mothers. Rev Mother's Day program will begin the program will be:The Golden
I owardrobe Grant Memorial Dave McElvin, pastor will deliver Honors MotherMothers' Many outstanding citizens will at 4:30. Jubilees, The Sons of Jubilee
the special sermon. Mrs. participate in this annual affair.. The
evening worship begins at Alice Boston and the Boston-
Plans ConcertGrant Eva Mae is Day Services will beheld Musical will
Gilbert secretary. organizations be
I at St. Ann's Prayer House 1 p.m., with a special sermonby ettes. The House of God Choir
also. The
present services will
e l'for Fall Wax the pastor. The church and Mrs. Ella Williams.Deacon
8038 Wing,Sunday,beginning open with the Sunday School..
Memorial. AME: Church Rev. Richardson with the morning service. rally will come to an end. John Harris is sponsor. ElderJ.

; JtOOOtt Choir No. 2 will present Mrs. The youngest mother and the I M. Tarner is pastor.

Iu 't ,\ Priscilla Wilson and Mrs. Speaks At Grant oldest mother will receive
Esther Milton in a recital on -19b8GRADUATES -
Sunday May 12, in the main
Provressivi
011L auditorium of the church. The Memorial A.M.E.Rev. & JUNE BRIDES
concert begins at 8 p.m. ThereIs Sr.
F.D. Richardson ,
no charge. will deliver the evening mess- # .,: -'. Once In A lifetime .
Mrs. Alvlenlce McQueen is age at Grant Memorial A.M.E. 'j _
president. Dr. A. J. Reddick Church, Sunday. Rev. F. D. P$ "
Call EL 5-7595
to.l.y Is pastor. Richardson the morning., Jr., will speak in t- Special Itth r

"
$500 Sunday School begins at 9:30 On Color Picture PKG. .
only plus cleaning ch.rf ti Secend IItist'sCh.ir a.m., with A.V. Rose superintendent .
in charge.
Choir No. 2 and Usher BoardNo. .Studio
..
Pictures. .
..
Flans TeaThe 2 will serve throughout the f

day. Dr. A.J. Reddlck, pastor,

Senior Choir of the Second is in attendance at the Quadrennial New Brides or Brides To Be
r Baptist Church will have the in Philadelphia. :

initial spring tea Sunday May

19, in the home of Mr.and Mrs. One Full Black& White Gown 8x10 Picture
Walter Calhoun 1830 West innl Memorial

24th, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. All
11 R..BlW.ZOftIC choirs of the city are invited. Mother's Day Tea Only $3.95 Special Rates
Other musical talent will HEY F. D. DAYS

CLEANERS"SERJlNG.4CKSU.VJILLE appear. A program has been The Mother's Pay Tea of Grant Rev. F.D. Davis, above is On Complete
planned. Mrs. Madle D. Jonesis Memorial A.M.E. Church will' pastor of the First Baptist Wedding Service
o IT.K 30 YEARS president. Rev. J. C. Same be in the church auditorium. Church of College Park North
400 lest Ftrtyth Street Telephone' llfbt .7Sts is pastor The choir of the Fernalldlna New Jacksonville, the scene Sunday Color Cap & -Pictures

Hope Church will sing. Choir May 19, at 2:30: p.m., of the
FREE PICK-UP All IEDVERY No. I of Grant Memorial will cornerstone laying. Deacon 1968 High School Graduates : ( Full livinz Color )

IY RABI0 JPATOHEB THUIKI IUY U.S. also sing.Mrs.Eunice. Richardson Kade Thomas Worthy Master
is organist. Mrs. Beatrice will officiate All Masons andfriends BOB SMITH FASHION
18 Conveniently located Subur Irmhis Gay is general chairman. Mr. are invited. The church STUDIO

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I ; 6,000 AMEs Applaud Bishop Baber's Hope That HHH Will Be President II!




Humphrey Reminds Mammoth Royal Diplomats I


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P1ILADELPHIA' P-VC| President Hubert H.Humphrey

celved his first group "endorsement" for the Presidency at the ACADEMY NOTES

38 h Quadrennial Session of the African Methodist Episcopal: Memorial and the Jefferson
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FAME) Churclx" k Cassandra Jackson, high

The endorsement came during fought hard and relentlessly for school student from Bloomfield Memorial. from C.A.
remarks Senior the Conn., was a visitor this week. Representatives
by Bishop rights of Negroes and other
High attended the Twenty-Ninth
She is the daughter of Mr. and
George Baber, following a minorities. He added, "I shall Annual Student Council Convention
speech by the Vice President stand but not rest on that splendid Mrs Preston Jackson Mr. 2-4 in Gainesville
+ Jackson Is a graduate of C.A. May ,
before the Conference 1 n Phil record of accomplishment." x Y 4 Fxt High School. \
adelphia. Mr. Humphrey asked the AME Yr High.
The theme for the conventionwas
Johnny Young, C.A. graduateof
When Bishop Baber exclaimed: delegates to be "missionaries
Hand in Hand
"Walking
stationed at
"I hope and pray that Hubert for opportunity". 67, recently "
for a Better Tomorrow. This
Lakes
'Great U.,has completed
Humphrey will be our next Pre "There are thousands of young theme was carried through each
his boot and Is home
sident" most of the 6.000 dele souls| who have lost their way training and their
speaking part
leave. He visited C.A. this parts
on
gates and visitors Jumped to and need help. You must go into The
of the
program. speakerswere
week on his to his new
way
their feet and applauded and the community and find these the Honorable Tom
shouted their approval. young people who are struggle .. assignment.
adams of
John "Brother" Thornton Secretary State
Moments later, the Vice Pre ing to find their way in life. William
class of 1960 wife and daughter Talbot Superintendentof
,
sident You
Joined the Methodists In must guide them through
were visitors at C.A.last week. Public Instruction, J. T.
singing "We Shall Overcome." the fog and mist of Ignoranceinto
Hudson of the
Principal
Thornton Is now in law enforcement ,
In his speech,which was Interrupted the marvelous sunlight of
work In East Orange N.J. Gainesville High School, and
by applause 66 times the knowledge opportunity and human L I h Miss Shirley Smith social Hugh Ingram, FASC executive {
Vice President pledged In the dignity," the Vice President ,
toil studies teacher at C.A. was secretary.
a ,
months f
ahead "to formulate said.
a painfully bruised when Involvedin Reports were given as follows:
new and a complete national Congressman Robert N.C. Nix
auto accident. Several WUliamsburg Student Burgesses
an
commitment to human rights." accompanied the Vice Presidentto "
Walter Fulerton Senate
This new commitment is Philadelphia which was his other persons were Injured. ;
necessary ,
Youth WorkshopEverettRains I
The annual dance was a big ;
the Vice President said first out-of-town trip since he "
NASC Toneis
R.I<. Conference Byrd;
success. Sponsors were i
"to meet the hard announced his candidacy for the .
tough
pro
FASC
Workshop,Kathy Burkett
Ragsdale M. E. Gamble B.
blems Democratic nomination for \ ,
two
centuries of the Indecent
I
Many projects were discussed.
Bowden, N. Harris and L. N.
denial of human equality President. The Vice Presidentwas ..-.. Seabury.The Central Academy will be very
in this country has created" greeted at the airport by
C.A. Band Parents art busy during the school term
"This means meeting the pro Bishop John D. Bright AME .,.. planning an outing at Daytona of 68-69 carrying out its obligations
blems of hard-core host for the Conference .. .-.
unemployment Bishop ..J IBF. .. ." ..... Beach on May 18. The Band and duties to the state
and Ignorance in America's Philadelphia Mayor James H.J.. The Royal Diplomats entertained recently. This gala affair Adams Geneva Adams Viola Monroe Bonita dripper, forrestlne Parents should be commendedfor organ!rations. I

urban and rural slums," Tate and other dignitaries. attracted many. In the above picture are seen, from left: Donaldson Zelma Waite, Lillian Small, Rlchardeen their 100% support of theCA The delegates for previous

he asserted. "It means action Vice President Hubert H. Carolyn Peterson, Linda Peterson Catherine Lang Wonnle Davis, Jacquelyn Odol, Theresa Mackey, Johnnie Padgett, Marching Bulldogs Mr. convention were:Bobbie Miller, I
against rotten houses Humphrey he too Is a
and says
Margaret and Charles
Carolyn Palmer. Hopkins
photo by Bob Smith Amos Sermon is president,
"Soul Brother' .
roaches. Abram Alexander band master. Green. H. O. GUI was advisor.
"It means listening closely Speaking before the 38th Qua- Mrs R.I<. math Instructor The delegates would like to
I drannlal Session of AME Presbyterian Church'sGeneral Fernandina Beach OES Grand Ragsdale,
as have this week through the the Royal is back at work commend the citizens. and students
offices of Church In Philadelphia the Vice
government to the their aboveboardbehavior
demands of the poor people's: President, in stressing racial Meet Is May 16 Church Celebrates Chapter AnnouncesDual following nest. several weeks of Ill- on as a society trying

marchers In Washington- unity commented: "AU of us Mrs Lee Ella Asia Home to bring about a better tomorrow
theirs Is an authentic voice of are aoul brothers-In. the NEW YORK Two conferences will precede the opening of Annuals Grand Winners Economics Instructor attendedthe .

America which has been left brotherhood jf man." the 180th General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Central Florida Home The next FASC convention will

out" He explained: "The same Cod Church USA to be held May 16-22 In Minneapolis FERNANDINA BEACH Fla.- The one-day session of the Economics Association held be held In Daytona Beach under
Vice
President Humphrey who gave you a soul also gave A Pre-Assembly Conference ecumenical service of worship New Zion Baptist Church will Royal Grand Chapter oftheOES May., in Starke Fla. The the sponsorship of Malneland
praised President Johnson me a soul. So that makes us all
as a honor the Rev. J.W. will be in Florida members met at Ralford State High School.
man who came to the soul brothers. And let no one on Evangelism Is scheduled May at 8 p.m. Sunday May 19. Rev. pastor Orlando
House White divide 14-15 centered around the Edmund Stelmle Brown Professor Marshall, who is completing The Supreme Council will meetin Prison. M.B. Jordan, director CHURCH NOTES
as
a Southerner us.
and theme of "Authentic Styles of of Homiletics at Union three years at its helm,and will August in Ohio The Grand of education, guided the tour The St. Joseph Primitive

Evangelism in Mission. The Theological Seminary New pay particular attention to the Lodge next year will meet in of the Vocational Horticulture Baptist Church, will hare an

OKHrCH; NlfVYS conference will open at 9:30: York City will speak Music 96th anniversary of its found- Lakeland Florida. Department. There are three outside baptism, Sunday, May
a.m. Tuesday with a worship will be presented by massed Ing. The Grand Chapter closed out green houses with many types 12, noon at Booker Auditorium

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 service conducted by Rev choirs of Twin Cities churches. This church, established soon an enthusiastic meeting In Jacksonville and varieties of flowers and swimming pooL

M f. SALEM BAPrpT Eugene Smathers moderatorof after the Emancipation has Many guests were pre shrubs. Orchids wife the Pastor Rev P. H. Frison, I
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Jack Green the 179th General Assembly. Sweetfield been a forward organization in sent. Mrs. Maggie Cole, Royal featured attraction of the tour. reporter Mrs Bobbie Sanders

in charge. The lesson topic will reviewed by the pastor. Deacons During the opening<< session, Baptist service within the communityand Matron of Ohio was present. The state prison has tht largest TOTS GRADUATION
J. L. Sims and Jack Green will be In charge of the morning Rev. George T, Peters chair- within the state. Mrs Frledler Smelly came collection of orchids in the Tht Rosa B. Lane kindergarten -

devotionals preceding the morning service.: Choir No. 3 and man of the Division of Honors Mothers Services will begin Monday from Ohio also. state 1510 Bronson, will havt

Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day At 3 p.m.a Evangelism will outline the night May 13, and continue On Monday night tht annual oratorical The academic and vocational its graduation exercises May

Mother's Day program will be given At S p.m. the Horn conference's general purpose. And Has Revival through May ZOo Each service contest was held Contestants building and classrooms were 19 at 4 p.m. at the Mt. Zion

Mission Society will meet The evening devotions begin atC Participants also will hear a begins at 7:30 p.m. Churches w Ire: Miss Gloria also toured. It was Interestingto Primitive Baptist Church, 1500

p.m with Deacons EupeneCalhoun: and George Tucker in. presentation on "Theological A Mothers' Day Programwill pastors, musical groups officers Mack, Duberry Florida; Miss note that inmates art given Brunson. Little Miss Theresa

charge On Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse Prayer Dimensions of Mission and be sponsored by District and well-wishers will Margaret Gamble Day ton a an opportunity complete their Larqulta Williams, 6, a prospective I
meeting is Tuesday night Choir No. 2 rehearses Wednesday Evangelism" by the Rev. Edward No. 7 of Greater Sweetfield make known their esteem for Beach first prim winner;Miss high school education and earn graduate will speak I
night and Choir No. 1 Thursday night. Rev W. L. Rogers is M. Huenemann the Baptist Church on Sunday at the pastor and their respectfor Market Gale Riley Deland, two years of college The Lake Theresa plans to enter Central

pastor. Mrs. Catherine Simpson is reporter The church is dlxislon's Associate for Theological 3 p.m., In the main auditor. this church. Fla., second prize winner;Miss City Junior College has agreed .Academy Elementary School d
located at 1281 West Twenty-second. Studies. lum of the church Rtv.D.B. The schedule follows: May 13, Betty 1.. Surges, Jacksonville, to make available to any inmatean this tall Mrs R. B. Lane and

NEW MT. OLIVE BAPTIST At 2 p. m. that day, Paul Barnes pastor O'Neal Memorial Baptist Rev. Miss Blenda Denim Palate, opportunity to receive this Mrs R. L. Watts Utlpon{or.. .
Sunday School begins at 930; with the superintendent in charge Heineman member of the Deacon Most Brooks will S.L. )Morrison Trinity A.M.E. Palatka Fla., Miss Vcnamg- education. Music and band art An Expression of Thanks

The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor Rev W.L. Clinton. Linwood Presbyterian Church read the Scriptures and pray.. Rev E.J. Brown, May 14,Macedonia line Williams Jacksonville, included in the curriculum. "Gratitude is not only the

The morning service begins at 11 a.m.,with the d.aeons In chargeof in Kansas City Mo., will speakon Mrs. Doris Gray will pre Baptist; St. Paul Baptist third prize winner Miss Und All members wert Invited to memory but the homage of the
devotions. Choir No. 1 will/ serve with Mrs. W.M. Davis In "The Reality-Shape of the side. Miss Judith Stephens Rev. Eddie Taylor; May 15, Francis Green Cove Springs attend their annual flower show ,heart."

charge A special Mothers' Day Program will be held in the Congregation" will bring the welcome ad. Friendly Baptist Rev B. H. May 16-18. lam'flry desirous of showing

morning. In the evening Rev. John R. dress Mrs. Claretha Hooks Hartley pastor; Macedonia A. Jefflt Lee Asia, along with my appreciation to the

Fry pastor of the First Presbyterian will sing Mrs. Madelyn M.E., Rev. Killings; May 16, TWO her mother, Mrs Lee Ella numerous persons and organi-
EMANUEL BAPTIST Church, Chicago UI., Judge will give a reading West Union Baptist, Rev. A. Asia, attended the Senior Girl I sations for their benevolenceand :
On Tuesday the Teachers' Meeting and Prayer Meeting will be will address conference participants Miss Geneva Rasberry will F. Cummings Rtv. Randy Scout Annual tour to Washington goodwill shown in various .

held with the pastor and the officers charge On Wednesday on "Judgment in Our blng.Mrs.. Heteklah; May 17,.. Fir. t MINUTES D.C. Tot Council meetingwas gestures of generosity (visits, I
Senior Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. Time." Gertrude Barnes Timothy Baptist nev, R. 1.. held In Jacksonville for flowers cards, etc.) during my
On Thursday at noonday the Prayer service will be held at the Following I his I presentationthere speaker will be presented by Smith and Mt. Calvary Baptist, cadets and senior scouts before recent lengthy illness

church. The monthly conference will be held at 8 p.m. The last will be a panel discussion Miss Carolyn Murrary. A Rev E.J. Durr; Mt. Olive Bap wn1HE BIBLE departure for Washington.Many Vis: My pastor, Mt. Tabor

rehearsal for the Slabtown Convention will be Friday at 7.30. moderated by Dr. Peters The duels will follow, with Miss tist, NassauvUle, Rev. W.B. l"l fit. Mill II..,. |I'IHltIIMIII' l < places of Interest were toured, First Baptist Church members,
Choir No. 1 will meet at 8 p.m.The Cub Scouts will meet at 1030; panel will include speakers of Ruby Coleman and Miss Thomas 14 (..1 l Jl| 4MIMIIIHK I,, namely Bureau of Printing andEngraving Women's Missionary Society,

a.m. The Male Chorus will rehearse at 7:30.Sunday School beginsat the day in addition to Rev Hazel Coleman singing Rev On May 19, Sunday Rev. B.L. Illllll .11..,.... :J''lllu : National Archives fellow school teachers, Zeta

9.30; with the superintendent Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon Donald P. Butejn of Berkeley, D.B. Barnes pastor,will ex Wynn and the Abyssinia Baptist ,.... .\ uiwt 14 11............ :y Building, FBI Building, Islamic Phi Beta Sorority,Spelman Club
George Smith in charge. An appointee will review the lesson. Calif. tend the invitation. Deacons Church will be present. The alNa. >. "..,1.. IIH Illllll III IMII I Illlllll4lllll '. Center, Shrine of the of Jacksonville, WESCA Club

Consecration will take place at 10.50 a.m. The morning worship On Wednesday Division of Roscet King and Acy Me- closing portion of the serviceswill ,,llll till lull tiding Illlll. Immaculate Conception, Wash.. and a host of friends in and

begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons charge.. Communion will beheld Evangelism staff members will Klnnon will superlse the of- be conducted by Rev. D.V. '.4 lull l>'.'I'l'i /...N.IS,./... ington National Cathedral, out of town, and acquaintances

at 2.30: with Rev. S.L. Badger speaking. Choirs No. 1 and discuss "Evangelism Re- Ex fering. Slngletary pastor of the First ill. Ind'lii lu.1 l MI<| \\IMI. Jull I Iil Washington Monument, White These deeds of thoughtfulness \
No. 2 and Usher Boards No. land No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Marlon amined. Regular Sunday services Baptist Church. Deacon P.E. .. in iiiluin. iiniul. III.UN rI 'House and U.s. Capitol. Also and kindness will remain with

Carter and C.B. Fisher will be in charge of the music. On Monday The conference will adjournat will be at the church Sunday, Staten is chairman of the week. I I...,I .."....zed l in illnlllt toured wert the graveslte of me forever.

night the Slabtown Convention will be presented in the Inter- noon Wednesday followinga Sunday School begins at 930. Mrs. Marie Sessions is co. \\ .(.. INIalI im ....1 IIN'nl the unknown soldier the Most thankfully submitted;

est of Dual Day.COLOSSIANS presentation by Dr. Peterson Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor chairman. IHMH ....I .lull |M.1 I ..l ll I I 4111Bi.il Kennedy graveslte. the Lincoln Mrs. Rosa K. Ragsdalt

"The Word Incarnate" will bring the speical I ,...... III f-..I.! Illll iki l.'illII4111

BAPTIST A Pre-Assembly Conferenceon Mothers' Day message.Tbe III ll..,,, "...., III lltl III Illllll.Iilmul f
Sunday School begins at 9.30; with the superintendent and teachers Interpretation and Steward Sunday service begins at Woodrow Corn '/ lili- \ini.l| > ..!. > ilu I ImllH

in charge The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The evening ship will be convened at 2:30: 530.; 1/111....-..,.IHIIIM1IIIIllll WRITE WRHC TODAY
worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev R.J. Crawford will deliver both p.m. Wednesday. The key The revival meeting is in Is Artist At I.N.11) IIUIKI ..... mill)! .

sermons Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout speaker will be the Rev. progress. Rev. W.E. Sims, I i IM .l..,.. llu ,....... wall lll.ll a"i. ..4.
the day Mrs. Carolyn Limbed will give a recital on May Winburn Thomas secretary of pastor of the New Hope Baptist Fidelity TeaI| |...v1,11' III 14111 wlt4lHIII I lit "/.. Win
$25.00 For Your
Church
26 at 3 p.m., for the benefit of Dual Day. Mrs. Boston and the the General Council's Depart- Church of North Miami, The Fidelity Club of St. IMJ IfiWMf: III 1.1'| lilt |4* ..... IIH

Boston Singers will appear in concert on May 19 at 8 p.m., for ment of Interpretation and is the principal speaker. He Stephen's AME Church will have |...MM,. .... 4ii, Inlil i4 \.1..".. 4ml

Dual Day. Prayer service is held on Tuesday night at 7.30: p.m. Stewardship. His topic will be is known as one of the o u 1 t- a Mother's Day Tea on May 12 I.....llHL llu I..M IIIIlM. ...I, .III HIDIlllll Cut out the coupon below and

Men's and Women's Day will be June 23. "The Theology of Stewardship standing preachers of the in the educational building of kllllMIHNIim .

." country. Special emphasis is the church, upstairs. \ iln 4l...ilnii IIIMHI, i. lluluxtM write
MAGNOLIA BAPTIST Later a panel of laymen and placed on sinners and drop- Mrs. Beulah Cooper will preside Ilii, 'I.1 1.. ", .......I,111'x'IN your question, then mailto

Sunday School begins at 9.45 with Deacon T.L. Hackley and clergymen will discuss a re- outs. The church is locatedat Mrs. Helen Cleveland will c..-I,

'teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. cently-established program 1356 Harrison Street.Revival serve as organist. Mrs. Mamie radio station WRHC P.O.
At 3 p.m., a Mothers' Day Program will be given. The evening called "Dimensions Steward services begin at 7:30 Taylor will present themistress ,
service will take place at 6 p.m. Rev W.L. Peoples is pastor. ship Commitment"At each evening. of ceremonies Mrs r MEMORIAMIn

The church is located at 5729 Avenue B. 8 p.m. Wednesday the first Jennie Vee Crockett. The wel Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla.
loving memory of my beloved ,
of two will
"popular meetings" come address will come from
MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST be held. The speaker will be Prince Hall Mrs Mildred Terry, with the husbanded our father
Sunday School begins at 930.; On Sunday night.May 12, the Sun tip Most Rev. Ernest L. Unter- response coming from Mrs. Mr. Sam Walker,who passed PHONE: '389.1111

beam Gospel Singers will give a concert sponsored by Choir No. koefler, Bishop of the Roman Masons Plan Minnie L. Holliman. Mrs. Jen- away one year ago today May S R1x:',' ONS: The WR.fc "Mail: Uox": rill Vgei
attempt
9 1967. Our hearts still ache
3, Mrs Girall president. The youth will render a program at 3 Catholic Diocese of Charleston, nit V. Crockett will ,
19 the present with grief We love and ,a. "S'.or to any question you may hue on any subject, sucL
p.m., the same day. On Sunday, May Evangelists are S. C. Bishop Unterkoefler's appearance MeetThe the artist of the you
Masonic evening, t&s schools: rents taxes city zed
shall meet one day in heaven. county government and GO
asking members to support the program R.J.M. Dixon Is pas- will mark the first Woodrow Carn. Other guests *
tor. Mrs. Bessie Foster is reporter. time a Roman Catholic of his will Sadly missed by wife, Mrs. n..Writ
give special numbers.Mrs.
Prince Hall Masonic Club :
Mary Walker and children. you: questions below and mail at one Your question
standing has made a major will, meet at the Masonic Hall, Lennie Terrell, Mrs. SaDye -:'d 4e! answer, along wit; your name and address will be
TABERNACLE BAPTIST address on a General Assembly 915 Jefferson St., Sunday at 4 Roberson and Oscar Taylor will 1':r .d.rst from time to time oa WRHC, so please print
Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Hessle Solomon, superintendent Other in you
participants
program. take the
IN MEMORIAM
p.m. All Wishful Masters art offering. Carn will .. me ud address. Write as often as you like and listen,tor
in Miss Pamela Grant will review the les
charge. the event
Wednesday evening
close the rr-
expected as well as Heroines program. Mothers 'y'1 answer. ..aWf.C.140Conyonndl; total
community
son. Rev. WE Young will deliver the message during the morn will include Moderator
will be
of Jericho. Lady Juanita !'Ic. presented A club court stfU:., ontlieair241oursaday.|
ing service ill youth choirs and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Smathers and William P. &
will be made. Observations
Clendon is reporter. will For; the best question eacL 1 week during this
mailing Ktdio
All youth contra will rehearse Wednesday afternoon at 5:30: Thompson Stated Clerk of the .
be made
by Mrs E. McGowanand Station WR::.C will axed S23.00 to the church of
p.m., for the musical. The Teachers' Meeting'will be Wednes General Assembly. Music will closing remarks by Presi fa QUESTION: your: choice
day at 6:45. Prayer Meeting takes place at 7.30. All districts be presented by the Macalester Matrons CouncilOf dent Annie M. Paige.
will meet Sunday afternoon at 330.: College Choir.

The other popular meeting will Eastern 1

UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST be at 8 p.m. Friday May 17, McClendon

Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Lulu M. Robinson and in the House of Hope Presby Stars Meets Chapter Of OES

teachers in charge The lesson topic will bt reviewed by the pastor terian Church St. Paul. It will .
e>rMrs
or his appointee. Deacons D.B. Pollard and Robert King will be a banner service celebrating Matrons' Council No. 1, Eastern Has Meeting Clifford (Sandy) Singleton PLEASE PRINT" '...r .
lead the morning devotionals The pastor will speak Choir No. 2 the Book of Confessions. Key Star, will meet in the Masonic McClendon who departed this lift t
Chapter No. 163 of MY NAME IS .
and Usher Board No. 2 will serve throughout the day. The speaker will be the Rev.Harold Hall 915 Jefferson Monday the Eastern Stars will meet Twelve years ago. Helpless 61/1_ ... .
service will take place at 6 p.m. Rev D.C. Tarmon of England pastor of the First at 6
evening p.m. Royal President Tuesday at 6 p.m., in the Mas- am I Indeed to right earth's "MADDRESS ISIf M 0
Bethel of Sweetwater will speak. On Monday night the Presbyterian Church Berke Lois
Baptist '
flagons will discuss
onlc Hall 915 Jefferson St. grievous wrong. To helpearth's is best chin
board my question Judged please send $25.00 to the .
deacons and trustees will hold a meeting. Rev. Jake ley Calif. business of .
importance Plans Highlights of the Grand Lodge bitter need: But Thou of my choice, which Is _______
Ray is pastor Mrs Leomla Miller is reporter. The churchis In addition to pre-aseembly will be made for the session on wiU be brought by the Worthy my God, strong Signed: ... t,
located at 613 Pippin. conferences and popular meet. July 8 in Orlando Lady Juanita Matron and others. Lady Juanlta Edith Dray ton Taylor, ..
lags there will be held an McClendon is
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dotV Just a very short time ago people were talking about how oar
t.c3hsitdcn political system wasn't working. Dissatisfaction with the war was
MEMBER : growing but there didn't seem to be any response from either

}* Students and other groups were beginning to torn their backs'on
/tJui .NATIONiERIC our society. "No one is listening to us,"
NEGRO P. .
bstat..girt. 1 R to said. But they suddenly found that the nat1
*ni leadership was Indeed listening.
came forward who expressed their views .

eti7rbYl3"( 0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR .war, and the President renewed efforts to
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ate our way out of Vietnam.
1 I These events proved that the system does
HILDA WOOTEN -- CIRCULATION MANAGER r They prove that it Is flexible enough to bend with the popular win,
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are ,., .. divisions of power isn't easy to move.But when faced by crisis, it
MAILING ADDRESSP.O. 1r4 shows it can adapt quickly. It seems to be doing it now; It did It
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BIX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 role of government; it adapted from a peacetime economyto
a War economy In 1941; and it responded to the challenge of
MIAMI aiding foreign countries with the Marshall Plan In 1948.
OFFICE It has proved that it can change when the national Interest,Is at
stake or when. enough white people get together to demand i
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. LETS NOTvFORGET OUR But these are old complaints and out nation has turned a deaf
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YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE I Poor People's March on Washington will once again bring them to
SECONDARY ROADSWe the public's attention. And U Isn't' Just poor Negroes who are

marching, Ifs also poor whites, Spanish-speaking citizens,
Indians/and all who are oppressed and left out of our country i
are afraid that our overconcern over : prosperity.But .

the development;'of modern expressways has I GUIDE : our system seems to be tar more responsive to change wbea

4i caused us to minimize the improvement of I white people advocate It. Tats why I recently called for a Whet
numerous secondary roads that are badly in March on Washington led by the white leadership of the nation
to back up the demands of Negroes and other minorities.And .
need or repair and redesigning.Often I ly PAILO Tke ASTROLOGER I that's why I want white people to get Into the ghetto to set
these winding, narrow secondary roads what It is like to live on the wrong side of town. That's what till

present unusual and innumerable problems to President's Commission on Civil Disorders did The political!.,,
motorists. The secondary highway problem 4 t tt Industrial and labor leaders who made up that group smelted DM

centers upon two factors: (1) The contin- : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS uncollected: garbage saw the misery beard the grievance,
and went back to their offices to write a powerful Report whirl
ous sucession of hills, valleys and curves; shocked the nation wnh\ Its attack on white racism and the lack ofopportunities.
'(2)) the lack of designed "passing stretchesof :' I It .
road" for relieving road congestion FOR' Just a few weeks ago the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi told
Problem No. 1-Most motorists have been t people: "There are no slums In the city of Jackson" Two eta,.
I later be was given a conducted tour of those very slums bi
used to at speeds !
cruising expressway on wasn't aware of even though he'd been major for twenty
long trips. For some reason, many are frus- t BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL and be emerged shaken "Pvt seen things today," be year

trated because they want to drive 60 milesan wouldn't nave believed existed...".
-- - White America Is to have to
hour only to fall behind a guy who wants -- -- --- -- going open Its eyes US stet
sweeping these problems under the Indifference and .
rug spatty.B
togo 40 tying long line of each
a cars
up has to demonstrate that It can change when change ls called
of which is seeking the slightest openingto ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORNBORN for by Negros, u well as by whites.
pass and get out of the bottleneck. We've got to make the system work for everybody, because I

i Trying to get out" of the bottleneck is a BORN MARCH BORN HUE ,,, >,c BORN.JEPT. DEC. we don't, It wont work for 1A'bod1.PEOPLE'S .

risk that Involves 'the drIVer' bwiTllfe as 21IH .> APRIL 19IH .I. 22ND JULy'22NOIt ;23RB OCT. 23RD 2ND JAN. unDon't I
well those of other
as people.
Make.It yours. Something Is takes test. Many exceptional Don't permit it. The pattern deviate. Once It Is sure
Problem No. 2---A few secondary roads MARCH A STARTING HITCH
bound to come to t climax this people are not recognlted as remains pretty much the same that one is on the right track, ,
have: "passing stretches" to enable driversto quarter and It should be good such by their acquaintances with the possible exception that and no one Is permitted to talk
pass the''slowpokes' and clear the con- news to most Arlans.Ask yourself cause they are too modest or friends may try to put in their you Into believing otherwise, With the noblest intentions for success,

gestion. For safety's sakes, when a driver what it Is you want most reserved. The philosophy horn" has of two cents. Rather than beingof there Is but one way to go- the Poor People's March began last Thursday
In life 'nd'thee start "blowing your own
a new any aid, they are apt to straight ahead. There are
finds himself slow many
on a secondary highway from
been stressedthat Memphis but there
campaign, well-planned and so persistently confuse the issues even more IlYorallle' cton of which full was a "startini
he should calm himself and be contented to thought out, to procure it A it has become a way of making it extremely difficult' 'advantage should be taken by hitch" that ought to serve as a warning

i travel at a slower pace. otherwisehe may promotion a Job that measures life. It may be tasteless, but to arrive at clear-cut decisions. those who are really anxious and to the planners: the first day of the talk
meet death and dissaster. up to outstanding skills, and It certainly Is effective when The best procedure for the determined to get something ing demonstration was' "plauged by trouble"
the has to be made
or
:. ',', appropriate compensa- A point Ubrans who can manage it, more out of life. Banal occupations When
tine are goals that should prove outstanding talents recognized.. would be to go off to a place and human relationscan the 2,000-man protest march reached a
to be the most attractive. The Caacerlans who have high hopes where no one can reach them become very depressing 44-race field they found accommodations!
OLD MAN CROCODILEThe necessity of better management for the future should plan some In order to test out their true after a time. This Is why the unsuitable! even though tents were pitched
of the Joint still thing dramatic so u to be
economy
without being
feelings
search for new experiences Half
,
of
the
Is emphaslted and It should not enabled to materialize them. subjected to outside Influences adventures and friends should marchers returned tp Memphisand

crocodile is''an;intriguing fellow; he be Ignored even when the sun 3-40-77-18-58-584 Mother's Day Is, or should be, not be abandoned because of the rest ere housed by families u4(
i< shining at its brightest. churches.The .
an occasion for the giving or
unenlightened opnions or
is oddly cute but :also dangerous.
He is
a 3 70 77 17.76.756TAURUS LEO receiving of presents and for trivial considerations problem: On the tent lot, the marchers
guy you've got to watch.or he will put you Joyful celebrations everywhere.
where you will be out of sight for eternity. BORN JULY 6 JO H 13 <2 692 I 90 88 18 e9 881 I found had that electricity and plumbing facUlties -

Some say that he has a true voice'for he not been provided. This is why
22H AUG. 19th
BORN APRIL AQUARIUS one-half of the
can emit a loud, eerie' roar "like distant marchers decided to return
20TH Ifs there. Success special: SCORPIO BORN JAN. to Memphis after the first march.
thunder or the roll of a big drum. The MAY 20TH privileges and gainful returns day's

teeth of the animal are marvelously arranged The plot thickens. Take the like ripe plums, are waiting tobe BORN OCT 20TH FEB. 1BTH and The leaders conferred with city officials,
; if he loses one, another tooth bad with the good and this plucked. Don't follow false the town of Marks said it would provide

grows in its place and this goes on all of could perhaps spell out the trails that may have been Indicated 24TH NOV. 22ND Make a choice. One cannot :electricity and plumbing for the tents. This
pattern that will control future hedge forever. There comes is
by secretive or tricky well and good but
the the
his life. planners of
It is not often the moment of decision when
it.
existence. The unpleasant developments individual who may have the You mean march should
Digestive Juices (hydrochloricdissolve) : may turn out to be Intention of harvesting the crop that people can accuse you ofbeat1nc the issues have to be faced out in have had these details worked
within a few months spearheads and six the !building stones needed to before you can get there.Something around the bush. It Is squarely and a commitment advance so that the walking demonstration -
inch steel hooks. When his mouth is closed create a foundation for coming of exceptional value, more in the Scorpio characterto right or wrong has to be made. could proceed on schedule.
when there is Give plenty of time for
successes. Career and heart speak out precise
perhaps even a house or the Thls. type of be
Alligators teeth planning needs to
are invisible. The croco- interests may have an edge derived something to say, or to aim reflection and arrive at a final
dile's fourth footh'on[ each side of his over established appliances that be profits acquired In an therefrom unusual man-may straight for the objective that conclusion by the 12th when D.C. every inch of the way to Washington

lower jaw protrudes and can be seen. This were Ill-advised in the first ner. This being also Mother's has been chosen. Should any the answer may have to be If they plan ot camp on the Capitol
give the fellow a deceptive grin, and he place. A climax in this connection Day should furnish two excellent assistance: be required to reach given. It is good to rememberthat grounds health and safety must be planned
be the pinnacle let partners and when objectives set far in in the.
may expected on reasons for rejoicing and cele way of toilet facilities be
possesses a "snorkel" which enables him what is the have so as Jo: (
been
the 12th because of a Full friends know exactly past achieved
ready
brating. It is the rare Leo who when
i the
to breath under the water. Moon and sextlle aspect between does not put loving and family expected of them to furnish it. it can be hazardous to decide great throng arrives in
Uranus and Neptune.This ties above all else. Destiny, too, may be lendinga that it would be desirable to Washington" D.C. Otherwise, there will behitches"

should not come u a surprise 4 60 55 16 34 Z34 big hand In the way of enlarge on them. and disappointment to the marchers -
The Black Sell-Oul'..ReyisitedEDITOR'S since it has been building up mysterious or unexpected de- 9-70-99-18-24-224 themselves.
for a long long time. velopments. Some rather kin
VIRGO be on The Poor People's March a different
important doings may
i ( NOTE: A previous article "WHEN DOES A BLACK 1.10.99.19.42.100 BORN AUG. the program such u Mother'sDay PISCES of thing from the March-on-Washington dur

I MAN SELL-OUT" (NPI March 29, 1968)), evoked considerable celebrations and wedding BORN FEB. ing the administration of President Kenned( :
criticism. Some readers complained the article didn't "say" GEMINI 23RO SEPT. 22NO receptions This was a one-day affair and the persons!

enough Others said such articles further enhance the growing BORN Tell the world. Those who 7 40 35 15.46 -10* I9TH MAR 20TH taking part left immediately by trains; air-
MAY
separatism of the races. Whites, on the other hand commented are unique In some intellectual
they felt we were saying "any" relations between blacks and 21ST JUNE 21 ST. field, have Uterary ability or Trust fate Despite the pretentious planes, automobiles, buses, and so on. Oi
whites ultimately leads to a black Sell-out. We were delighted to are outstanding in unusual ways, SAGITTARUS of avowed dIs- the other hand, the Poor People's March na;
know that so many people had read the piece. We did not expector Few nave it., The progres- can expect opportunities to- believers it is in the last severla days.We .
intend to "please" everybody with what was said, but since sive spirit that so many come knocking at their doors. BORN NOV. make-up of human beings to are not against the march at all bu
there were so many widely varying conclusions drawn from the Geminlans possess is not What a story some could write believe in the Higher Powers
article, we thought the subject merited further cons1der tl00.) shared by many of our fellow- whose lives have been replete 23RD DEC. 21ST. and the supernatural. Plateaus we are emphasizing how important it is fo
men. This Is the reason why with interesting connections and are among the most gifted to the leaders to plan every aspect in tn<
there are so few to whom intimate Hold the course. Add subtle-
experiences. Even Yirgoans recognize the signs and to come minutest detail. Maybe a professional organizing
thoughts and beliefs can who are shackled to more or .ty and secret strategy to the In contact with them. In one firm might be engaged to so this
The basic premise of the article on the Black Man Selling Out be Imparted. It does not take less average occupations should bag of tricks so as not to miss way or another. Be especiallyon
was that in years past It was much easier to define and to determine long to run Into a wall of find the means of achieving out while the earthly or heavenly the alert for Indication from This Week
I by their action, when such an occurence as a "sell-out" prejudice or negative reactions something that Is out of the favors are being dispensed.The above in connection with marital In Negro HistoryMay
took*place. We did not pass Judgment on any persons actions, or which: are responsible ordinary. Although recognition only thing that can place and future interests. Something 6 1812
private or professional for difficult relation results in doubt Is doubt Itself. Martin R. Delaney, co-editor with Frederick
relationships; nor did we suggest any so many may be about the hardest thing extraordinary seems to be going
, course of action for persons accused, suspected or convicted ships. One can remain reserved to obtain this month, real accomplishments In the meanwhile, there are so on behind the scenes, and it Douglass of the NorthStar newspaper.(luaocBna -
of selling out. and inconspicuous and still will stand out many favorable indications could be of great significance Rochester, N.Y.), on Dec. 3,1M7)), was
What was pointed out was that to betray one's ethnic responsi achieve major goals or and receive their dues In the going for you that exerting the to those who are artistically May 10. 1941 W.
bilities was not an occurence unique to blacks. (It baa happened purposes. Yoo can Indulge a days to come. It is a matter very best efforts possible to musically or otherwise gifted. Supreme Court ruled that restrictive racial
repeatedly with every racial and ethnic group down through bit of sentimentwhentheproper .of being patient and self-re achieve a resounding success Reject the negative views that covenants. on real estate were unenforceable
history.) What we said was that when it occurs In the black occasion is presented even if strained and avoiding antagonizing will not be too much to ask. others along with your own May 11, 1895 WlWalD
community. elicits more comment from blacks and this goes contrary to modern those who are in Those who have beenfarslghted Inner fears may be trying toinstill. ductor Grant Still, noted composer and coo-
when it occurs elsewhere.(This fact was borne out by the flood of concepts and customs. a'-thorlty. will collect In full. May 11,1898 Ellab8lyalaNegrosallorwufUdd
comments and criticisms we have received.
8 80 88 17 67 976 5 70 44 15 87 6U t 90 -99- 19.97.967wM..a4a 8.60.44.14.74.110u to die In Spanish-American war.

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NAACP Says South Bend Wisconsin U. Grandpa Calloway Belhune-CookmaB. Uganda .Women.



School Board Is Biased President Is ,; Grad Gets Airw Get BoostIN


SOUTH BEND, Ind Leaders the National Association A&T SpeakerGREENSBORO '

for the Advancement Colored People were scheduled to t4 Force Honors EmploymentKAMPALA

meet Here May 4-5, to map further plans for protests against N. C. r
,.. the use of armed guards to patrol three predominantly Negro A combination baccalaureate- DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.NPI .- --Uganda's

!-:.; elementary and secondary schools In South Bend. commencement by the president \ A'i ( >- Captain Edward R. President Milton -Obote
r" The> conference was called this police invasion." of one of the nation's largest Carwise, a 1963 graduate 'of has abolished all forms of Job

after the arrest of 131 sit-in Joining were Rev Lawrence universities will highlight the Bethune-Cookman College, is discrimination for African
"[.. demonstrators on April 30, at annual commencement activities a member of the 1964th Communications women in Uganda' public
..: the South Bend school admlnl- at A & T University. A group that has service.

< stratlon building In a protest It was announced at the university earned the U. S. Air Force The president announced that
:;* ', organized and directed by the New York Urban that Dr. Fred H. % Outstanding Unit Award for a qualified women would now have

:<:.: NAACP Youth Council with the Harrington, president of the third consecutive year in Viet the opportunity to be appointedto

XY: : backing of the adult NAACP League Gets New University of Wisconsin, will ; nam. government Jots on perma=
Carwlse a telecommunications Dent and pensionable terms.
:M : branch. speak at the graduation exercises Captain ,
'' From New York City, NAACP to be held in Charles officer, will weara Women doing equal Jobs with

JU Executive Director Roy Wilkins Executive HeadNEW 11. Moore gymnasium Sunday, x'r #ar distinctive service ribbon to men would henceforth receive
CB-' sent a telegram to Charles June 2 at 11 a.m. 8 ; r mark his affiliation with.'the. equal pay and the same conditions
I--:! Holt, superintendent of schools, YORK-(NPI)-Livingston Activities will get underway organization.The of service, the president
expressing the Association's Wingate, former head of at A & T on Friday, May 31 major Air Force Com said. Whether married or onmyrrled -
r-..,. "shock and outrage"that armed Haryou-Act, has been electedas with a Reunion Roundup for the x ,- munications Service (AFCS) they would be able!

:' ,' off-duty policemen had been the New York Urban League'snew classes of 1928, 1938, 1948 rc u..v.u. rr unit in Vietnam, the 1964th is to compete for entrance into
)i >' employed by the school board executive director. and 1958. This event will beheld \ headquartered at Tan Son Nhut and promotion in the Uganda

n. to patrol the Interior of the He will succeed Dr. Eugene at 6 p,m. In the Memorial ,. Air Force and has 10 subordinate public service on equal terms
'<2 I. school buildings. He called for S. Callender, who resigned) Union. + r rrk squadrons operating with men.

1,, : the withdrawal of the guards after being named deputy administrator Three important alumni throughout the country,

.t"' and the dropping! of charges Mayor John affairs are scheduled for +

)<: ; against the youths and adults Lindsay's Housing and Develop Saturday, June 1. The annual 'l..!"
s u arrested In the demonstration. ment administration. meeting of the A & T National .. ;l k.
-d i "This show of armed force," Wingate has been associate Alumni Association will be held ''' I

"l' he said,"will enhance the Image director Crusade ,. Against in the Memorial Union at 9:30ara. }
of neither the police nor the Poverty, since leaving the This will be followed by ..: '::
'',:' school Haryou-Act post a couple of the All-Alumni Luncheon in the
L, system In the minds of years ago. As head of the Red NEW .YORK Famous old Cab Calloway (center) II Who doesn't know that Maestro of song, '
Room at 1:30 .
and Carpet jThisis
pupils community. Instead p m.
current "Hello He's flnaUy a grandfather, and to enroll him
:' it Harlem anti-poverty agency,he and the annual alumni star of the Dolly" on Broadway. L
can only Increase their hostility Awards.
developed programs that caughtthe Into the Grand-Dad Club are Vincent Cunningham left) of Peel Richards, Ltd.; and John E.
Dinner at 6
and distrust. We firmly p.m at the King's the nicest
of the Brady vice-president of National Distillers
,
!ci I support the protest of our imagination poor. Inn.EDUCATIONAL. ;A' ,

,+* branch and youth council against ,' smoothest

.''.,*'. E. Crockett, branch'president; Klon Chief Is Jackson Cleveland's 'J\

Miss Barbara Harges, presl- ..
bourbon
':', dent of the youth council, Mrs. ROUNDUPBy Mississippi Mayor Mayor Names .
Hand
,' George C. Neagu, youth council Lending
adviser; and other local NAACP NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL ever to come '

'.."' leaders for the week-end con- I In ReforMationATLANTA Orders Cleanup New Official
of
'. ference is Mark Rosenman, the out
;'; Association's national youth 'I -(NPI)>-' Calvin JACKSON, Miss. -(NPlour !)- A CLEVELAND(141'O- w'

''"' director. lIE SAID ITHSACRAMENTO Craig SOUndS like a Klansman of the city's slum areas Clarence James, recently [Kentucky.Find

'. In addition to ridding who has reformed his ways. has prompted Mayor Allen C. named chief counsel of the city's
Calif. -(NPI>-"It would great if a qualified Thompson to promise sweeping \%
the schools armed guards,the But the outgoing grand dragon law department, has replaced ,
; "'= NAACP seeks the right to represent Negro educator is appointed to replace John Summersklll u of the Georgia United Klan may action to clean up the rundown Paul D. White as Cleveland'slaw
"
'.'. with counsel pupils president of trouble-plagued San Francisco State College, have' his sleeve, or communities. The mayor told director.
a Joker
up
.'..' declared Gov. Ronald Reagan last week, before a group of the commissioners
city's :
brought up on charges and the two-despite his talk about White, who held the city'sNo.
," introduction cI racially integrated student editors from the 19-campus state college system. building a nation where "black "Take whatever action is 2 post, apparently resigned .
:..' textbooks. "...1 look forward to time when a man will be hired regardless men and white men can stand necessary to get this cleaned because of ill health f I

''t'! ; Grievances of the Negro of his race." shoulder to shoulder in united up. If the property owners don't His successor had been namedto

.'*. community against the school do it, then let us take them the law department position
.
.*'.. .' board are longstanding. The BOARD CHAIRMAN Nd long after becoming active Into court. If you don't have only days before he was out

.* board is under an order of the in the federal Model Cities enough lawyers, then tell me. promoted to an even higher
'. United States District Court NASHVILLENPI. John Hope Franklin, 53-year-old program Craig went on a new and we'll hire some morelwant post. Cleveland's Mayor Carl for yourself.

1 develop desegregation plan. historian-chairman, department of history University kick. He resigned\ from the this cleaned up."' The B. Stokes announced both the
The board has failed to of Chicago, will be returning to his alma mater, Fisk University Klan and decided to embark ont mayor issued his clean-up resignation and the new ap- Only 3.15 PI.
'I' implement this order handed after an absence of some 25 years, to take over as voter-registration campaign orders after being Invited by polntment.

c ;. down on September 13, 1967. chairman of the board of trustees. A '35 graduate of Fisk, and possibly even a political Negro leaders to tour slum James, 34, will take over u

.*: The NAACP, on March M,tiled be also taught history there, before taking overt chairman career. areas. Mayor Thompson,who at law director June 1'.He formerly -

;*. 4' a motion in the court to punish of the history department at Brooklyn College. "There Is no change in my first bad denied that Jackson served as civil director,

the school corporation and Its attitude," said Craig velledly bad any slums, came away from Legal Aid Society, and chief moor o toes, ECHO MINO TIUIY.LOUT VlllE,acv.
officers! for contempt of court HISTORY PRIZE warning that be was the same his tour, saying "This is terrible investlgagor in the Common

r ,. ror Dilute to carry out the old Klansman. "i have DO axes Just terrible." Pleas Court.
NEW YORK -(NPI>- Dr. Henry Allen Bullock was one of
.wt'J order. The suit is still pending.<< to grind I.DI1DO apologies for
three historians winning the Columbia University Bancroft
\1'1 "
prize for the best American history last week. Dr. my successes the Klan or my be failures.said, will FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered !
Leaving Now
forthis I
.. Bill Passage Bullock won the award" book entitled A History of Negro allow him time to "accomplish
Education in the South belief.
more of my

, "New Hope", TWO SCHOLARSHIPS to Planning voter registration devote energies work in _____ _____ I -. ,4I., .

Atlanta Craig said be might
ii3 : for received a ,
MILWAUKEE -(NPO- Scholarships Negroes
run for public office, "either
WilkiNs big boost last week when Marquette University announced
Says state senator,state representative yi
,.. receipts of an anonymous $180,000 gift to provide four-year or sheriff of Fulton E
education for 20 at the Jesuit School and $200,000was y-
r\\t NEW YORKThe Senateapproved Negroes County" And be expects to
';; pledged to the American Newspaper Publishers Association,
civil rights bill passed continue his Model Cif efforts ..
to set up a Journalism scholarship program for black students *
by the House of Reprtsentalives The Klansman urge "ex 1
b"i.IF'
Interested in the field of communications. The Chicago Tribune
o n April 10 "vindicates tremists of both the black .,
the faith of those of us who believe dally newspaper put up $100,000 from the Robert McCormick groups and the white groupsto .
Charitable The from other !I.
Trust. matching $100,000 came
that effective change can sit down at the conference "If'
association
be brought about through the members. table and work out the problems -

K ,' legislative process," Roy Wilkins so we can have peace

NAACP executive dlrec- in America today."
tor, stated this week. The bill LOOKWASHINGTONNPnAccordingto
t t. Rufus "Catfish" Mayfield,
wilt} eliminate racial barriers leader of last,summer's local Pride Inc. Job the
program Illinois Officials
in 80 cent of the nation's
per (
three Rs no longer mean reading 'riling 'rithmetlc. In a
housing. It also provides for
seminar session at a conference in Walter Johnson High
stiff Federal penalties for those School, attended by 800 students-yearly all white-Mayfield Deny Hunger Rumor
who intimidate civil .'
or injure said that to the black man, the three Rs mean: resistance,
.. rights workers. rebellion and revolution" EAST ST. LOUIS m.-(NPO-
Full text of Mr.Wilklns'state. Residents of two SoutberD Illinois

ment follows: MSU and Miami U. Faculty counties, many of them
"Passage by the House of the black, are suffering from
Senate-approved civil rights chronic hunger and malnutri-

bill with its open housing provision Members Write On NegroEAST tion. But welfare officials in
'
and its protection of the two counties say it soft
*.'> the constitutional rights of civil LANSING, Mlch/-A series of 60 books on "Famous Negro so.

,'i rights workers is an historic Americans", with a for nard by toe late Dr. Martin Luther In the report Issued In You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR
.. i. achievement. It provided new Jr. is
',' King being written by two MichiganState University professors Washington by the citizen'sboard :

l>:..., hope for bemmed-ln ghetto and a faculty member of Miami University (Wo).' Alexander and Pulaski .
dwellers and encouragement to The series for children is Counties were listed as"hungry
Christian Leadership
.' Southern
civil rights workers in "
authored by Dr. Louis Romano, Conference from 1963 to 1966. counties
benighted areas of our country. associate of administration The two counties are in a part
professor
,,, It vindicates the faith of those and higher educationat He continues'consultant to serve to the as educational SCLC.A -. of Illinois known u "Little The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News

::*'. of us who believe that effective MSU. Dr. Robert L. Green, recognized specialist Egypt" in view of the near-
; change can be brought about educational and slavery conditions for poor '
psychology, Dr.
1'-j through the legislative process.4i Nicholas P. Georgiady, associate Green teaching has the been dlsadyantaged.a member Dr.of Negroes that have been reported YOU Want To Read AbOl't...Bit
1' "As as two months
: recently professor of curriculumat there.
", ago, only a handful of the most Miami. (Franklin Publishersof the MSU faculty since 1960. But to hear welfare officialstell

optimistic and determined civil Milwaukee, Wls. are the Dr. Romanowhojo1nedthe it, the! malnutrition,if there
'.1 rights advocates believed publishers) faculty in 1966, has spent more is any, results from relief recipients You don't have to borrow your neighbor's paper..

0'* it possible of enactment, particularly than 24 years inSborewootf their to read about the activities in churches .
Already published, the first (Wis.) public schools asa spending money your ,:..
-'.-:, with the addition of its five books in the series deal teacher and an administrator. on liquor and falshy auto clubs and sewing circles etc. ih ore than 10,000
.
open housing section.Foremost with famous Negro scientists Shorewood is considered by According. homes in Jacksonville alone are having their; fa
these were a small band
}Jt:1' : among in the UnltedStates.Other areasto to Getirge Bankson,
_i, of liberals in Congress and be covered include famous many educators as one of WIstcODS1n' Pulaski County public aid vorite Negro newspaper delivered Friday and, Sat

'. the Leadership Conference on American Negro scholars, finest school assistant systems. director, some women urday. Why not you?
Georgiady serves as
Civil Rights whose legislative statesmen, businessmen, explorers receiving public aid give a considerable '
chairman of the
Department
4' :
committee is headed by
c : .' Clarence Mitchell director of Inventors, ,freedom authors, actors fighters,athletes -, of Curriculum at Miami checks to part their of boy their friends relief, Start Hone Delivery Of The STAR This Coiiig Week
University and Is a former
,hI.y the NAACP Washington Bureau. artists, and musicians. rather than using the money I II .' r'
'... .. They worked indefatigably with The books are bing published associate superintendent in the to feed their children. ,\1 .
\ Michigan State Department of
members of both Houses of
in soft covers for classroom Education.: The two men Lava Just Fill in The Blank Below And Say. .''" '.
Congress and with the Admlnlstration use in public schools and hard Dr. MatthewSays ., .,, .
:'.<: to achieve covers for libraries co-authored more than 40cb11dren' ,', ,' l..c ......
( k, Wednesday's result. Enactment, Dr. King explains in foreword books in the past Marching Florida Star :>. 1/ > II:; .
of the bill is a trlumpb not only eight years.
.
"The books have P. 0 Box 599 .. rug ,i 1)1.JackonvUle
y: ,
for the civil rights proponents been written to provide teachers Helps LittleNEW '" !""' dI 11'
for the Governor Florida 32201
but, more importantly, and students with accurate Illinois
: nation as a whole." *
accounts of contributions made YORK-(NPO-Opposition
In J966, the civil rights bill by Negro Americans. Used with Seeks Racism's End to the "Poor People's Deliver The Florida Star every week to:
had passed in the House, but other instructional materials,' March" on the nation's capital f .. .

was blocked in the Senate because he adds, the books should offer SPRINGFIELD, w.-NPl-- has been expressed by Dr. '. \;

'4 it contained an open a truly balanced picture of Governor Otto Kerner, chairman Thomas W. Matthew,president ii!
'
-; "' housing section. In 1967, the the history, growth, and president's Commissionon National Economic Growth and NAME ..._:
., bill was revived and passed development of the United Civil Disorder, has repeated Reconstruction Organl tat loo I II..
March 11, 1968, in the Senate, States" his plea for an end to "white (NEGRO). ADDRESS .. :I ..,10<:
.. but got bogged down in the .Dr. King pointed out that it racism" which he blames for According to Dr. Matthew, it -APT- __
House Rules Committee. On seemed fitting for the seriesto the "explosive nature of U.S. would be useless and detrimental =

Wednesday, the committee be written by three men of ghettos." The governor said "to the Interests of massesof CITY -P HONE=-
cleared the bill for action. The three different ethnic and re- he bad been "barnstorming"for !black Americana" to engage I" ,e: "

full House vote was taken on Uc10us backp'ounds. the commission's recent in the Poor People's March, 'G9!: *ow bii '1+,. ,

'j.-. Wednesday, April 10, and the Dr. Green worked coselywitb riot report and asserted that at this point.The demonstrationwould ;:.:I will pay the carrier 20 cents per week for I D PerlOUl .
; bill was passed by a vote of Dr. King while serving as the nation's racial problem tie! "tragic misdirection -- my...;r, .,f" ",,,' ..;...ir't ,' .. .
.250 to 171. Education Director for the must be solved.Immediately of energy" .









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Soft Look- To Zhivago-To The Mini Fashions At Trifari Jewels Add NewnessTo Ballet Is A MasculineArt


A GlanceNegro Latest Models Says Young DancerNEW I

International model, YORK-"Ballet I is the most masculine of the performing
Eleanor "Kellle" Wilson, Who says there's nothing new are an absolute b esslty.What arts -it .lust has a bad image."
!: planed In from Europe and was under the sun? Trifari long knowlegeable woman would So 19-year-old Lewis he says and alth ugh be
'Ii : feted at an elegant and lavish famous for their fashion Jewels, risk squinting In the sunlight Whitlock says, of 3854 Clinton Ave., claims he is not a fatalist
reception by her mother, Mrs have added something brand new permitting those tell-tale aging St. Minneapolis in the "Faceto adds, "but a fall down a flight
Eleanor A. Lotion, at the that is not only high fashion but lines to form? Trlfarl's sunglasses ,Face" feature of the May of stairs could put an end to my
Sheraton-Blackstone Hotel, on will make you look prettier and call them "Face issue of Seventeen Magazine ambitions" Lewis who abandoned -
Easter Sunday. help to keep you that way. Jewelsdo more than Just Lewis who at formal lessons when be
Little Eleanor, who has spent Trifari has created a protect. They are as much a three ,and began dancing with the started college teaches dancing
performed
two years as a model in some coordinated ensemble of sun beautifier as a cosmetic. You touring Bolshol Ballet troupe at classes both to children and
of the fashion capitals of the glasses and earrings In a variety can alter the shape of your face believes equate college students to keep In
world has modeled for and sizes by the shape of sunglasses twelve "people
many of shapes your gracefulness with femininity" shape. Otherwise he considers
of the name fashion designersand together with a knock-out gaunt or by choosing ones with either but forget that the cons himself a "normal" boy. He
coiffeurs in Paris London for total vertical or horizontal power
let bracelet a new stripes. trol and selt4sclpUneordanc- has friends attends classes
and Madrid. look under the sun. The Vertical stripes add length to a
eye, ing "are all manly attributes." and dates like any boy his age.
14r? She has also appeared on television ear, and wrist Jewels combine round face while horizontal Lewis a Wisconsin State Uni- "Naturally, an actor or dancerIs
w and In rums in Italy, to give a sparkle to any outfit stripes widen the face near the freshman was trainedin different" Lewis admits."It
England and France.: Local be it mini, bikini or mail cheekbones and give the additional versity takes a certain Something to
classical ballet and now Includes -
viewers have seen her on Good evening gown. The color com illusion of a young Jazz tap and modern practice five hours a day," but
I t t Morning World." blnatlons are the gayest, most wide-eyed look. dance in ,his repertoire "I be claims to be the '!easygoing -.
A graduate ot the School of the flattering that Trifari could But besides all the fashion branched out In self-defense" type" and doesn't admirethe
Art Institute's Fashion Design and glamor, Trifari has given
dream up and range through a he admits. "I don't want to be "show-business person,
Department Chicago, "Kellle" rainbow spectrum of striped your precious eyes maximum teased."Although classical bal ality." "I can even be 'put
i't\ continues to create many of pastels. They are also stunningin protection with these "Face let (which Lewis regrets "re- down'," says Lewis whose sister -
her' own clothes. She also has brown and white, black and Jewels. The 6 base lensesare presents a way of life that has recently "danced circles"

1 1, .i a degree from the University white, and nude and white opthalmlcally ground andpoUshe vanished") is his first love, around him at a discotheque.
t 1I of Chicago.ee.e stripes, or solid tortoise. to provide the finest Lewis considers "Jazz dancinga The son of Mr. and Mrs
Add to this an eye catching distortion-free vision. In addition Idiom" Lewis WhItlock, Jr. LewisIs
The shirt dress Is a top fashion much more meaningful ,
leader this spring but appearsto swinging double pouch gayly they are case hardenedto in its relation to contemporary a 1967 graduate of Central
reduce the
be getting some competition printed In harmonizing colors possibility of America. Modern dance offers High School where he was an
from the coat dress.The dress, ideal to hold your change keys, breakage Women in normal use. a man a "tremendous variety of honor roll student, a member of
cigarettes and other Impedimenta wear sunglasses not character the Youth Economic Council
that resembles a coat is a parts, explains ,
practical fashion everywhereand while disporting yourself only for sports, but on the Lewis, who prefers an active Spanish Club and drama club.
ideal for town and travel- on the beach golf course, etc. beach, in town, and even for role to service as a "foil to the He was a representative to both
It will also serve to bold your dress-up. The wise ones wUl "
comes in a variety of fabrics prima ballerina. the Tyrone Cutberie Theaterand
wear the "sun total" to
J g! from flannel to silk. glasses as well u your co Lewis feels that because he'sa the Bloomington Civic
I j .iR News from Paris has It that ordinating earrings which you thoroughly enjoy j the gayest Negro he'U "face prejudicethat Theater in Minneapolis and now
Balmaln's. suit Jackets have will want to put on the moment summer by looking beautifuland would never confront a works as an assistant dancing
been lowered to wrist length. you are out of the water. protecting that beauty by white person,"and fears he maybe Instructor in river Falls.
"Face
wearing Jewels
by
conscious have
Beauty women
The sleeves remain bracelet TrifarL"TIME typecast as a Negro performer -
length. In printed chiffon, this long been aware that sunglasses although color is"incident Prettiness

noted designer likes mock effects al" to him. ("What difference

I ..'.'--' _, resulting In a coat dress. SAVERS, ,FOR TIRED IRONERS does it make if the prince in
Wrapping op a lei hook. ..theSomething The look that stepped right Mini skirt n* shirt 'orlte To remain elegant and fresh Ironing it tiring there! no Ion curtains; or tabli-clothi' length- Swan Lake Is black, white or
Soft" look. Jar out of the pages of Doctor Zhlv duet for the mlnl-m Dc1ed this for a variety of occasions, the doubt about that! It ran up your wine and iron them double Napkint green, as long as he can dance?" I
etefltflglakeuygceenRayonardSilk ago, the length that almost every spring The shirt tailored right toot dress 4s the thing. Deftl/ energy and, unhappily, I.'. a 'job and hamrki'n'hirfi ran lie Ironed instep he observes.) At school no partIs i '
organza from Harold Ber- designer on both sides of the down the line like a man's Is tailored in a full-bodied blend Ih..'. never fiimlird Each week b. fly the lime' rat reaih the closed to him "and that's the 'p
sUin. Its made from UcCall'i Atlantic showed this spring.She made of crisp polyester and cotton of rayon and flax, It'. impeccably brings a new wnnVIrd load. bottom, the last one will need little way things should be," says ,
Pattern 19031, mlsscC sizes who dares to be this new can seersucker. The bouncy, fashioned in the season's However your an rut your Iron. or no ironing Lewis, who has worked with integrated -
to 16. Available wherever make the skirt and Russian style circle mini skirt Is of chocolate most most popular hues-turquoise log chore! down to sin if you followthrte 1)0 away with dampening, by u,- companies all his life
tune for tired A
simple avert lug ai/ine. relatively new
fcCair'1 Pattern are Sold blouse for about $14.00. brown rayon linen. porcelain, navy and Inmert product sinay| and now in national din andhopes to continue to do so;

.blown. tint, lighten! your load. tx<, ofitrmi tribiition Magic spray, tiring ItM a yet, he believes in "seeing
; For a long time raincoats whit h you habitually Iron m.yhnt ientifir romiound| cletigned;, to re! things as they really are" According -
I have pushed regular coats In need ironing if you hang them store" the luke-nrw look and feel In to Lewis there Is a
I Irish Linen Dresses Up Round Table I Irjtnlnc the background because they are straight when drying all MaihaUri Spray, it on at you strong case in favor of all-
two-fold, inasmuch u they do For example, when drying sheets iron, and you won't need lo dampen| Negro dance or theater com-
I .In-Uw-round bM Jed not look like raincoats, and can fold the hems together, right side mint fabric panies. He considers a group
j 'eonM iDCTMStncly popular and be worn on sunny days and the out, and pin Irma straight In the Spray tiring aim heTfw to reduce like the Negro Ensemble Company It's Prettiness And Practicality -
oar
few
) the Ut years line Then straighten. out the fel ironing work beraute a 1pt'1111.'ori.' In New York proof that
UruiM to gala new enlhuslssts.Scwrchtnc fashion currently Is more All The Way Now..Aln a
mkpadssul \rdl/t'l./ cant In the tiring hrljw, speed| theImo "Black culture has more to offer -
out old heavy casual, though chic. dungarees and waduldestasis Victoriana dress of "Stop the
tables In antique This year's raincoats here Dry over the fabric than Just soul music and civil Press"
I baa become on ttirliliert Then it willIe "Iruner't back" ran be avoidedif by Cinderella Of 50%
and auctions "
shops a challenge. And even and in Paris, have a softer em/ugh just to give them a you have your ironing board and rights activities. Fortrell and 50% Cotton, this
I I"' those who like a more modern look and are made up in some low h-.ii. hair tel at the right height and in Lewis, who "is a speech and dress always looks perfect.Just
look are faTorlnt the circular: ot the most fabulous S.wnetone mint lie irotml nor a good light Alternately m and theater arts major at college, pop in the washer, spin dry and
t look In dining tablw. mat.rtals-llke lacy latticework -, ploirly )toll a JitMIiilaiinmg and "tlawl titrate strain on yuurmua let plans to teach. "I want to workin never!; never iron. Available
Table linens for the round covered with shiny cleat "iAwt-venuity" cart saw the' day ballet or.rausicaj comedy," FUnCHGOTTS. '.., '
table are something to be 001I'eanruu vinyl, outlined with lots and loU Fold lane flat limit 14. h at rot-
e jdersd ,. Pure Irish of color combines...white with .
Linen I* the preferred choice
brown or yellow. ,.
because of IU proven quality ITS difficult to envision the RIGiIT"CHUCKSTEAK /. : ''''<''''' '' u:: ;:
and selection of styles. 'R. POP
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There are toe embroideries, elegant Lawrence of London SHOP"SUPER : uperl g11 ,, : ::>:
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brichUy colored textures new raincoat collection u being designed :" : : "AI 'l '' i t ,
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toin.$11ted

itnmffcf tv print available or very In formal a varietyof He uses for.velvet inclement, satins weather, corduroys .iI FVLLaCUT S8 : .., ...,.... ,...... '.' ; .<<.".'....,..',''=<:>',' ..t..tMt-ww..d;
slew to suit the dimensions 18.
and metalUcs with I'" t
along .
of any round table. Then your
choice becomes a matter' of using the usual gthe.rdineswhipcorda : P1I.
a tablecloth or place mats I, it1iA aDd rinfillnii-.end all are made1 + PINK LIQUID DETERGENT ,
depending on the occasion.U up in high-fashion styles. '

you decide on a tablecloth w AHOY : ... ,," ,. .. '',....<., .
HOLD :
THAT HAIRDO! :
you may prefer one that exposes 1 } C

the attractive carved' Droopy, hard-to-manage hair tin 'ir; QUART 1 ;,
pedestal base ot your antique lie one oi the most fruilraliinhrsuly .1' 3 BOTTLES $ e CHOPS:
table. In this case the easy \;y
pnbwm.1>\1 shampoo it,
rule to remember U to allowS
f,
to 10 Inches overhang for a set il, broth it into your fammtilylr :
aftall table. 10.15 Inches over- : then it immediately collanri| <:..... ., ....' .. .. 1
bang for larger tables. For .if.; I-t: What a dispirited hairdo nerds i it JANE PARKER ANGEL FOOD 2 3 Ib, ;
more formal occasions combine ,'. .Adorn the self styling hair spray il 4
the modern spirit ot the CAKE :
with
estra-holding power specially .
round table with the tradition formulated for hanl-to-cuntn4 l hair. The store that 'average .V1\\... ,*'
of tablecloth a fine Irish to the Linen floor.damask Or for .},. .,J.; There are all writ of trull you l-LB.1-OZ. 39* < ... :'SI\; '' '' "A AWRINC
ran uw to revue a droopy hairdo.Transfrm '. :$. 'L8'
a very Individual decorative 5 \W
about
lank lurks into !
a happy
touch use a floor' length cloth cares you <+ 1l% :
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color' and flip by first spraying lavuhly, thenwith %
01 shorter one cloth of a contrastingcolor place a a comb, whip up the ends with :<3t..... '>:'W.. ..,.<< .:,."...,.,. ." *: ttt:;: {
over' U. shun choppy itrolri. Or, gUmoruelonxith

For an Informal setting use hair from a duwn-do into JANE..PARKER BLACKBERRY OR DUTCH ...... .,',,.,,,...."....,. ""'.' -. "."."."'.. .
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place mats. You will find the an up-do by spraying first, then lL8.OZ. ,, -:.s uoet Ut" eta Bitt"
oval and round place matsvery bat onibinR gnarly to male a puffy APPLE PIES I SIZE 39 C f.*%: ""'<<..,... ::: :;:'''.....,<' '<:, : &<
suitable and the contour pillow Smooth ovrr this cushion w 'Jt;::; *:%
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mats, pictured above shaped setting your table with attractive that Irish Linen launders easily with lop hair and snap up the hair 1&fu1ost.:". .. ..,... '. '... ...r.mme\lJi.. :. ... ..., fTh t
especially for your round' table. Irish Linen. The added and maintains Its good looks in hark into loft loopy rurlt. ANN PAGE BRAND yS* BBV' :: =:: <: <'' vXl": ::v X:iS.'Si:>
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Avocados Have A Way With Shrimp
Perfect Cookinu

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JJI i IT f'b1atg ti'ak CARNATION HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR "q Y

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r Make dessert that's special.Spicy rich PeachGingerCake
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and the sauce a smoothness that's unbeatable. Serveit
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California's delicious avocados must have a natural way with ,.
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shrimp. However they are combined In appetizers, salads, or \ :
In a tempting entree the two together taste simply terrific!, ,;:
This luscious main course suggestion offers Just.ripe avocados :.:.
A4 t I' h (they yield to gentle pressure In the hand. ) Ailed with a piping f
P hot mixture of shrimp In a slightly thickened tomato sauce:
seasoned with onion and .Worcestershire. >
The result Is a simple to-make and eye-pleuing dish with
testy red sauce brimming over green. and yellow avocado::
half shells ,ti
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PPEACHGINGER SAUCY SHRIMP IN AVOCADO .;>:
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t tablespoons lemon Juice sauce (".:-.-
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1 Vi cap water :'V*>*
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(Makes 8 to 10 servings CAKE ) Delicious Cream Cheese
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2 cups(1-pound can) 1 teaspoon cloves
sliced ptichit 1 teaspoon cinnamon
Vi cup softened butter V4 teaspoon allspice
t .. V4 cup sugar ,V4 cup undiluted Carnation i
2 cups sifted flour Evaporated Milk
VJ teaspoon lilt
V4 cup water
.n'Y 1 teaspoon soda V4 cup light molasses
', 1 teaspoon ginger 1 tablespoon vinegar

b LTa 'Drain peaches on paper towel. Reserve 2/' cup liquid for
WW W 'i sauce. Cream butter until light and fluffy. Add sugar and
; double-cSe ker-S6-1DcJa rUeeb1C vat designed as breads,p1e-;and caks.This model Is also equipped wWi an auto-* beat until smooth.Sift flour,salt soda ginger,cloves,cinnamon
OIl perfect cooking Instrument. Tb e large broiler oven below Is matlc meat probe with cook and keep-warn oven system,a toW and allspice together Into bowl with butter-sugar
quipped with nltran which converts gu to Infrared beat and; aerie,thermoset top bruner which makes every cooking utensil mixture.Add Carnation water molasses and vinegar.Beat
I makes steaks,chops and flshtasUnoUceabl*better.Toe six top- automatic by adjusting name to predetermined temperature, on low speed of electric mixer 2 minutes or until well
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gourmet cooking. The upper oven at eye level is perfect for tubing to burners. TIlt range has modern styling and comes In ing dish. Top with peach slices. Bake In moderate oven
autum gold ollvetone,antique and white
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Serve with hot Teach Sauce. n


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BUYS MORE 2 tablespoons cornstarch Vi cup undiluted Carnation
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RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY In Carnation until Veil blended. Serve over warm Peach In little or no time. Jut by adding different Ingredients1
RIGHTS both title and tartar can bt changed for a wonderful attracting
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NEW AND USED CARPETS AND RUGS Soul I SingerFranklin

Is
LINOLEUM ALL SIZES .

TV FeatureAretha

LINOLEUM CITY

Franklin, the current
GEORGE SilVERMAN 5658 H.W.7IH AYE., MIAMI' queen of soul music and
America's top-selling female
MANAGER c
757.8021 vocalist, will star In "The.
Singers: Two Profiles/'*

WILLIAM ((8111)) PARKS JAMES (PETER) GUNN Saturday to 10:30, p.m.May 11(EDT, from) on 9:30 the

ABC Television Network.
THE NEWKIKi'S
The B. F. Goodrich Company
color special will follow
BAR Aretha's career from her startas

a singer of gospel songs In
DRAFT DEER ON TAP :; her father's Detroit church
through her rise to stardom.
The program also will feature

5910 N.W. 7TH AVENUE. singer Gloria Loring,a relative
: newcomer, and will show her

PHONE 151.9311.MIAMI. FLORIDA 33121 r,5 efforts singing to business.The reach.the top In the

special will illustrate what

FLOWERS BY WIRE PHONE 693-4531 Aretha's got that makes her
No. 1 to millions of tans As
NILE 621.6056 Aretha herself puts It: "I sing
t to people about what matters.
"SINCE '
flo.'n, 1949"THE 1 sing to people who accept It
like it Is. I
express problems.
.:.:. THERESA FLORIST There are tears when It's sad

and smiles when It's happy"

5841 N.W. 11TH AVENUE \ Producer Stephen Fleischman
4. of ABC News filmed Aretha at
.1' her father's New Bethel Baptist
,
HOMER HAWKINS, JR. \ '_ Church, at live concerts during

PROPRIETOR MIAMI FLORIDA SOUL SISTER to millions of American pop music fans, Aretha which Aretha's power to com
Franklin has beconu the best-selling<< female vocalist of the municate lifted many membersof
year. Her career onstage and off will be documented In the the audience right out of
B. F. Goodrich Company's television color special, "The their seats, at home and
I / Singers: Two Profiles. Saturday, May 11, from 9.30: to practice sessions I with her
j
4 J'J ,- PHONE 759-8907 10:30: p.m. (EDT) on ABC. Sharing the special with. Aretha husband and manager Ted White
will be the newcomer Gloria Loring.. and cutting a record- at- the
Atlantic studios In' New York.

ii, J Frank Williams 5ci.; AL'S UPHOLSTERY The B. F. Goodrich special
also will Include a sequence
O t MOON OVER MIAMIMIAMI I In which the late Rev Dr,
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IAY MAY 11 1961 STAR PAPERS PAGE 11 4




I Roy Wilkins Back From Tehran, Says Race Issue- Is Talk Of World 1




is .l Senator And Advisor NAACP Executive Head Says ,
The Collate Strient Speeksl; |


T By DORm BROWN I U.S. Cannot Omit Problems

4 NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I I//f 7
.* mJ NEW YORK-Roy WUklns returned from Tehran, Iran, where

Linda LeClalr, 20-year-old sophomore at Barnard* College, he headed the United States delegation to the UN International
may soon find herself cast in the role of a latter-day Joan Conference on Human Rights, fully convinced that America no
of Are, leading young people from the "tyranny" of sexual t'N longer regards the race issue a purely internal affair
nt
.
restraints.Her
assembly "was the countrymano
roommate, Peter Beher, 20, and she shocked the old and Questioned by newsmen upon f every human being in the
won the admiration of the young by simply admitting that they his arrival at the John F. Ken world"

are living together, although they are not married. nedy International Airport, the On his return to the U$. Mr.
Now, of course, liaisons among the young (and the old, too) executive director of the National Wilkins observed that "the inns
are not surprising. A good number of college students, at one r Association for the Advancement age of Dr. King loomed large
time or another, set up temporary or permanent.housekeeping of Colored People in the minds of the delegateswho
with a member of the opposite sex, without benefit of clergy. % \ said: were attracted to him by
Linda and Peter did it differently, however: Rather than hiding "How we handle our minori- his phllosohpy and practice of
their actions, they made them public knowledge-and dared ties at home has blossomed non-violence and the conduct
anyone to pass Judgment on their arrangement. forth from a backyard affair of his crusade for equality on a
And, In truth, there is little that can be said against the into a crucial world Issue affecting moral basis They regard his
young people. the nation's standingand '"
death as a major tragedy.
Both were probably brought up in permissive homes, where prestige as the leader of On the other hand, he said
the emphasis was on the child's freedom of expression and the Free World. There vas a "the rioting, looting and the
self-realization, rather than on upholding sexual standards. time when the abuse of the Negro harsh rhetoric of black extremists -

Like many others their age they were probably reared by minority by racist elements are regarded as expressions -
parents who had been within our society was regarded -
brought up in "old-fashioned" homes of Immaturity. Nevertheless -
emphasizing the values of delayed satisfactions, sexual chastity, as private Internal U.S. it was evident that
and respect for authority.But business. he delegates were aware of the
the parents "rebelled" to the extent of bringing their fIn was evident that at Tehran discriminations, frustrations

children up along more permissive liberal lines. Even so, a whole new morality has and racism which spawn hatred
the parents could not themselves go along wholeheartedly with developed which challenges and violence."
what they were teaching their children. .t racism in our life The United

Products of a more ordered age, the parents could hardly States cannot afford" to Ignore

countenance, open fornication, even though they probably went this development. of e e.eee.e
so far'as to legitimatize relaxed sexual standards and freedomof During the opening session
conscience among their children. the Conference In Tehran the

It remained for the children to complete the Job the parents more than 2,000 delegates, representing :
had begun.A 79 nations and 47

similar theme was in the nongovernmental organizan 1 .
presented movie "Guess
Coming to Dinner," in which Sidney Pettier and, a young Who's white woman are about to be married. Earl Graves, SS-y ar-old Negro Is shown here with Senator Kennedy's specialist on problems of health, housing and narcotics. tribute to the martyred.
The young woman's "liberal" parents are at first aghastat Robert Kennedy as they go over details of the Senator's agenda. Alter announcing his candidacy the Senator gave Graves Martin Luther King Jr., who 1968 VWSEDAN :
her interracial intentions, but one of the factors in softening Graves has been on Kennedy's staff for two years, servingas I the task of enlisting Negroes at all levels of the campaignIn Wilkins told the International

their stand is the realization that they had, after all, brought the regional political coordinator and liaison man for Long aU the states.Mixes .
her up to see no racial distinctions. Island, Westchester and Brooklyn. Graves is also Senator Morehouse

What can be learned from the Llnda-and-Peter incident?

First, that It is pretentious to pass Judgment on young people Chemist Enjoyed Working Science And Religion Graduate Is '176850DIUVIRID
flouting sexual standards, for the young are but practicing
what their parents so long have preached-except that young IN |AX eU
people are more honest, sincere, and high-principled In what With Duke U. AuthoritiesGREENSBORO I 1 TIj Job Center Head U -r .1'1 tee e..In fir ,r- I
they are doing.

Second, that one reaps what he sows, in human relationships. N.C.-"We were like big brothers to those kids. ATLANTANPI) The
Parents cannot teach their children to. value sexual freedom We shared all of their problems and I think we did some real f Atlanta Youth Opportunity @ .
and to indifferent to the notion of chastity, and not expect good." Center has gotten its first Negro :
them to want to carry out their parents' instruction. That's! Oscar Johnson speaking, a 26-year-old chemist at Lorll- office manager, ForrestA CatlinGriffin
Third, that there may be redemptive value in youthful re.beWons. lard Corporation's research center In Greensboro N.C. Y Humphries, a Morehouse -
such as Linda and Peter's. In honestly defying older Johnson was discussing his experience at Duke University In the College graduate
standards, the young couple are exposing the xU-sexualism summer of 1966 when he and a group of other college students met The center operated by the ;
and hyprocrlsy of an older morality.They are showing the liberal 80 high I school kids from all over the country who were seeking I Georgia labor department, Is
minded what can happen when their Ideas are carried out. ,'a better cnance.." headquarters for youth em- e Volkswagen eS

And they are, In t highly effective way, stating a case for He had Just completed two ordinating In the summer Council.of 1965 Johnson Ij I at ployment services for the I INC
letting, people conduct their sexual lives as they wish. Linda years at Duke's divinity school metropolitan Atlanta area
and Peter cannot be accused of creating< a public nuisance and was a licensed Baptist min served ministerial as the staff first of Negro on the Humphries, who has 16 years' 1250 EAST 8th ST. :

or of gunning down people in the streets, like Bonnie and Clyde. ister. The youth program was Parish in Baltimore,Fellspolnt Md. The experience In the department, U JS4.9093 a
Their "crime" Is that they are loving each other. sponsored by the U$. govern- has been with the opportunity
following year be became assisting s..ueeere ee
Fourth, that the LInda-and-Peter Incident can instruct "old- ment's Office of Economic Opportunity minister at the Providence center since 1966. .

fashioned" people, who don't agree with their brand morality. Baptist Church in Greensboro -
For those who wish to uphold sexual chastity, there Is the "It wasn't for drop-outs," a post be still holds.After i
alternative of-to a sense-following the young couple's Johnson explained. "This was working on the OEO youth prp-
example of simply going about their business. for kids who showed a lot of gram that summer be also found SEAFOOD CENTER
You believe in the older values promise but whose loUtscouldn't
of self-restraint and of time to serve as minister of the
maintaining premarital afford to send them on 144 N. MYRTLE AVE PH. EL 4 14(1
virginity, as well as fidelity within Mt. Vernon Baptist Youth. r
marriage? Fine I Then practice what you preach. to prep school or college Church in Durham, N.C.

Just as Linda and Peter "do their thing," do yours. Who However, with all of his previous cite. NOTII ,.... .... M. .
Mfc4 MM MtkM
knows?Yours may be the better way. GOT ALONG FINE experience chemistry, ( .r.l.kh.r',_. kM ... taK ..... ...-." ,w ik. ..... UinMw|.. ......
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the challenge of a research post QUALITY CONTROL is Oscar Johnson's current asslcnmentatLorlllard. k.N .! e*.< M k>H" IkM .., d hit MW IMMIMn.SIACH .
FAMU Honor Roll Lists "They were mostly black,with at Lor Ulard couldn't be ignored.
a sprinkling of white and Puerto He and the two men help maintain tight quality standards
Rican," he added. "We all lived And, according to his supervisors on the company's Kent, True, Newport and Old Gold MN TaOUTsHelrsNrAo
"Johnson Is a promising 39C
I Students For Quarter together for eight weeks and'got young chemist. cigarettes aiD IAn lr k MACKimi
along Just fine. I SPANISH
Dr, A.W. Spears. director of
TALLAHASSEE Fla.-Florida AIM University's Office of "And hard work?Man they ate research and development for Hew BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS IN./M, 'OAT 89c
Admission and Records recently announced that two-hundred and it up," he said, obviously the tobacco firm, explained that White Yorkers WHITING 35c I SfRriSH! 11.
twenty-nine! students made the honor roll during the second 'pleased at the memory "We'd Lorlllard regularly sends recruiting The man born with the get

quarter. get them up around 6:4 Sand keep teams to*such Institutions Give ScholarshipFor Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon ROE MULLET .. 35c I SMALL MULLET .. 15c
Georgia Is through God
them running until 10 at night
Of the 229 students listed on Barbara t. Orlando as Morehouse College,
Page, when the last study ball closed. that I can remove all evil conditions SPECIAL TREAT -
the honor roll, 25 made a four- Henry Porter Sarasota Clark College, Morris Brown,
,
some questions YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER
"There math literature you may
point (all A'saverage.Students) Charles O. Slater Crawford- was Morgan State, and Atlanta and Dr. KingA wish to know. |Ib
reading, drama, compositionand SPECKLED TROUT 69C
carrying a full load with a villa; Clara M. Smith Howard Universities.
four-point average one quarterdo Greenville Katherine a good solid sports program scholarship honoring the CATFISH
Washing
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
too he continued. "But the
not have to pay the $115 ton, Gifford;Rutha M.Williams, GOOD EDUCATION IS VITAL late Dr Martin Luther King IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL
best part was the 'communication. FLOUNDER 59c 75c
registration fee to attend FAMU Hawthorne; Lorene Gallon, has been established at the I SIROE 11,
.' tell their CAN MY HUSBAND>> STOP
the They'd you prosbiems We're not far in of Notre Dame
next quarter. Montlcello, and Beulab as along recruiting University DRINKING?
Students making four-point Henderson, Blakely, Ga.Wisconsin wanted and to be talk and about whether what it they as we'd like to be," through the gift of Mr. and I CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED CRAB MEAT
the second was be said "but we'll the John J. Bundschuh Sr. a"wla IrnN
during expand Mrs ,
averages ? 'I"e.i .. 't'S I ian
school all worth it. And you'd argue ..... N. tarn I lb.
quarter of the 1967-68 U. program as wegalnexperlence. 01 Scarsdale, N. y,
term are Doris J. Arnold, and kid with them,trying to convince "We're looking for men who The announcement of the gilt JUMIO. RIINSHRIMP Ih. $1.50
They call me the (Rootman).
Charlyne Davis, Mary L. S. them they could reach as can help us in sales, accounting was made Saturday (April 6)) by
But I servant of MIDU
in life am only a God. Ib, $1.15
high a goal as they were M
Hall, "Fanlta J. F. Horne, Youth Relaxes personnel almost every- the Rev.Theodore M.Hesburgh, Beacuse God is the answer to aUliIe's
to set for themselves.
willing
Dorothy F. Maddox, ReginaldA. where in the company, as well CSC, president of Notre Dame. OYSTERS
problems. I am the Kind of ---- --
Montgomery (all of Tallahassee as for research"herald"The The scholarshipwiilbeawarded ..'
all Day Prophet Send for IN SHELLS
FIGHT BE my i.iNO
TO SOMETHING I
With BalletNEW inwiHt
), Phillip Jones, CharlesE. Which in nutshell necessity of a good education annually to a Negro student special selected Bible verses M.25 '5.50 '1.50
a pretty *
Sykes, Christopher A.Morseall can't be overemphasized. at the university. *
YORK Nineteen-year- To be read on SPECIAL DAYS
well out Oscar Johnson'sown
( of Jacksonville); John E. spells Recognizing this, Johnson Bundschuh is a vice presidentof
3854
Lewis Whitlock, of basic Send a self-addressed stamped
old "Nothing's
and Delols L.Nicholson philosophy himself isn't with Louden Inc. a New
McCorvey standing pat J. M. ,
Avenue S. Minneapolis, envelope and 12.00 for Bible
Clinton going to be handed you
Pensacola; Hazel L. what he already has accom- York City financial consulting
verses and spiritual Messages r
Kirkland and S. Lewis on a silver platter. But those after is member of the 1
Bettye plished. Shortly Joining firm, and a You will receive Bible verses
Miami, Yvonne Blunt Milton; who have to the nerve their to God-keep Lorlllard he enrolled in the advisory council for Notre by return mail. Behind every great drink thereis
M. G. Castleberry, Williston; fighting, develop graduate school at the University Dame's College for Business SEND TO
Eddie Curry, Live Oak Gloria given talents Instead of neglect- of North Carolina and is Administration. He Is also a Rev. Roosevelt: Franklin a great whiskey. .

D. B. North, Panama City, ing them" are going to be some- working toward a master's degree director of the Stylon Corp, 630 Morrow Avenue Seagram's 7 Crown
thing. in Chemistry Jordan Wire & Cable Co., Inc., _
Johnson has been hard at work the work load Marian Corporation. Macon, Georgia 31301I Sure One.
Despite heavy and the specialize in all case work. The ;
his
Fort Has a developing own exceptional the handsome young bachelor, His son, John Jr. is a 1954 Phone
Valley area code:912-745-6473.
talents since 1960 when be
still finds time {or. plenty of graduate of Notre Dame.
graduated from Dudley High outside activities. He lives at

New Majors For School In Greensboro. The 210 Regan Street in Greens I

outstanding YMCA had designatedhimasts"Senior Boy of the boro with his mother, grand YOU DON'T HM TO GO TO TOWN TO GET
mother, aunt and one, brother.
Year" "He's a member of the YMCA
1968 Fall Term r He entered' ALT State University and also is active the Greens': ,

and majored in biology, boro Citizen's Association,. a LOW PRICES .'
The Curriculum Committee at earning a bachelor's degree in civic organization Involved in .
The Fort Valley State College 1964 and an A.B. equivalent in Negro community life At the

brought before the college .f chemistry the following year. University he U a member: of tt
faculty three new programs to the Neo-Black Society. He likes DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade tC

be Included as majors at the SIT-IN PLANNER swimming, used to.be a judo C
Fort Valley State College beginning LEWIS WHITLOCK enthusiast, and is hoping to play
the fall term for 1968. who is featured in the "Faceto Schoolwork was leavened with in the Greensboro Tennis with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE
After much deliberation over Face" column of the May dramatics and a couple of years Tournament again this year. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL
the and of the new football but Johnson found his PAPERS We deliver We also fill all
pros cons Seventeen magazine, practiceS'leg As for the future, "I'd like to Doctors Prescriptions
programs, the faculty united as stretches at the barre as greatest extra-curricular satisfaction finish my masters's and get still 1

one to approve degree programs part of his daily at ALT in serving a more deeply involved in research. -
for the B. S, degree in Food Ballet Is the most mar cullne member of the planning com- ." Johnson said.
and Nutrition and Early Child- of the performing arts," says mittee for Greensboro's original Dixie Pharmacy E
.hood Education which will Lewis, who began dancing at sit-in group. This was the Rhode Island
enhance phases of those areas 'age three and performed with first to make significant inroads ;

presently being offered by the the' touring Bolshoi Ballet in long-established color bar Chaffee Signs 1302 KINGS lOAD AT MYRTLE
Instt dica. The third major approved troupe at twelve. A Wisconsin riers there. Housing Statute 42&I .
by the faculty Is the State University freshman, It was partly this experiencein I tW"
B. A, degree in Art Education. Lewis, who has worked with "working with people" that PROVIDENCE R. I. -(NPI>- Phs 353-5597 '
The Division of Agriculturehas Integrated dance companies all helped persuade him to enter the An open-housing bill has been .1

made projections for a ,his life, now teaches ballet to divinity school at Duke,with the signed into law by Governor PAY roUI'LICIT., lATE AND > .
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two-year program in welding children and modern dance to possibility of later seeking assignment John Chaffee.The measure prohibit ,
auto mechanics,electricity,refrigeration fellow students "Just to keep with some medical landlords from J .
and others.. In all in shape." He is the son of mission. During his second year discriminating in the rental of TELEPHONE BILLS AT 001 STORE HUM oumun GO.Irs.Kpntr INISIU II,011I.u*tun turn mutt.,

probability, they will becomea Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Whitlock there be was elected vice presi- rooms or dwellings, owner-
part .of the total programs. 'Ir.t dent of his class and the Co occupied or DOt.






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12 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY MAY 11', till



I Ring Magazine Rates Ellis As Second In Heavyweight I



AFl Schedules Seeking The Solution
Frazier Gets First Berth
All Times Local, Daylight or

And Mathis 1 Is Taken Down Standard.BOSTON PATRIOTS R i
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NEW YORK Despite Jimmy Ellis' victory over Jerry Sept. 8-at Buffalo, 2OOSept.; J, :e"
Quarry for the World Boxing Association's heavyweight title, 15BYESept.lz.v... 81 DICK WOLFF

Ring Magazine rated undefeated Joe Frazier u the No. 1 New York at Birmingham,Ala., FEMININE FISHING FUN

heavyweight contender recently. 2.00; Sept. 29-At Denver,2:00; When my wife. Barbara, advised me aha wanted to learn how
ranked the Oct. 6..At Oakland,1:00;Oct.13 BUSSES to fish I greeted the newt with a certain lack of enthusiasm. If
Ring recognizes Cassius Clay heavyweight contenders Houston 1:30 Oct. 20-Buf- yttEir teaching her the art of angling was to be anything like teaching
u heavyweight champion.In in the following order: ; her to drive-forget It. But two factors convinced me .hat 1 had
the latest rankings Ring 1 Frailer; 2. Ellis, Louis falo, 1:30; Oct. 27-At New to try.First was the national trend toward Increased participationby
vllle, Ky.; 3, Quarry, Los Angeles York, 1:30: ; Nov. 3-Oenver, women in man's favorite outdoor sport. Today nearly 30 per
4. Manuel Ramos Mere 1:30; Nov. -San Diego, 1:30: ; cent of the 30 million fishing folks In the VS. are ladles Second.
SWAC Display ; ;; Nov 17-&t Kansu City, 3:00: ; Barbara declared that If she couldnt share the thrill of a catch,
Ico; 5. Oscar.Booavena. Argentina Dee.1- her kitchen would be closed to any delicious string of fish I
; 8. Thad Spencer, San Nov 24-Miam1,1:30: ; might bring home.
Battle Comes Cincinnati 1:30Dec. 8 at
Francisco; 7. Eduardo Corlet- I learned a few thingS about exposing a neophyte to tithing
U, England; .8. Floyd Patterson Miami, 1:30; Dec. IS-ftt Houston while taking my sons on their early outings.The initial trip must
330. be comfortable and successful.
,
This Weekend New York 9. Bo o n e
;
On a warm, sunny Saturday morning in May, Barbara and I
BATON ROUGE, La.-(NPI>- Klrkman, Seattle; 10. Henry CINCINNATI BENGALS made the short drive from our home to nearby Sprout Lake In
Clark, San Francisco. Karl''Midenberpr Peeksklll, New York. This quiet, sheltered pond, surrounded by
Track and field supremacy In of Germany and lush shade trees, held'an abundant supply of panflsh yellow
the Southwestern Athletic Con Buster Mathis of Grand Rapids, Sept. 9-At San Diego, 6:00; perch, blue gill crappie.For .
ference was decided last dropped from Sept. U-t>enver, 1:30; Sept. Barbara I selected an A'Malic 120 spincasting reel filled
weeten -Friday and Saturdayin Michigan, were 22 Buffalo 1:30: ; Sept. 29- with 8-lb. test Bonnyl, and a Conolon 2524 light action rod. Such
the Top 10 and replaced by 1:30 light easy.to-use and easy.to-matntain tackle largely responsiblefor
the 30th annual championships San Diego, ;Oct.6-el Denver
Klrkman Clark. the tremendous Influx of
and : women to fishing.
held at Southern 2:00 Oct. 13-At Kansas
which was ; For myself I chose a Mitchell 408 fast retrieve spinning reel
University stadium. Dick Gregory Will City, 3:00; Oct. 20()-M1 a m.L,' with 6-lb. test Bonnyl and a Conolon 2503 rod. This ultra-light
The eight teams of the SWAC J:30; Oct. 27-At Oakland,1:00; L & rig would turn those panflsh Into
also settled the tennis and golf Nov 3-flouston, 1:3ONO'I.I-; ( ; respectable gameftsh for mil
championships in the two days' Emcee London Show Kansas City, 1:30; Nor. 17-el Barbara of and her I discussed tackle the the TN e

play. Texas Southern was the LONDONNPComedian Miami, 1:30; Dec. 1-At Bos night operation before, and after K few 4
defending track and field and non-violent civil rights ton, 1:30; Dec. 8-at New York, iL.urULi apprehensive casts she'relafud r
champion, having knocked off activist Dick Gregory has 1:30; Dec 15BYEHOmTON ,- and felt quite secure with her '
Southern's Jaguars In Houston. pushbutton re e I. So far so
agreed to fly to London to a
Last choking off a bid for OILERS good. Next, Introduced her to Lour
year, emcee a variety show in aid of bait worms.
an unprecedented fourth victims of racial discrimination Being the mother of two boys
straight league championship In Southern Africa. Sept 6-Kansas City, 7:30; who have brought home for
for Coach Dick Hill and his The show, >to be held June Sept. 14-at Miami, 8:00;Sept "adoption" every species of
I Southern charges, the Texans 26, at the Royal Albert Hall, 22-At San Diego, 1:00; Sept29Oakland animal and Insect that crossed ;
pulled off the upset win over Is sponsored by the Rev. Canon 3:00; Oct. 6- their disturbed paths by Barbara a face wu to*face not a

Southern by outscoring the L. John Collins, president. International Miami, 3:00: ; Oct. 13-At Bostdd n. J. The goal of Dr. James Nixon, right, and W. J. Asher u they wort In the meeting with a garden variety
Jaguars 94-83 In team scoring. Defens. and Aid 1:30; Oct. 20-WewYork, Government Research Laboratory of Humble Oil t Refining Company's principal scientific worm. After one lesson she could bait a hook with the most
Insiders'felt that a strong Fund 3:00; Oct 27-At Buffalo, 1:30; and in The seasoned angler. All that remained now was to catch a fish.
affiliate here Is to reduce the hazards of fire after air crashes military flying.
battle would take No 1:30 Barbara began casting from shore retrieving very slowly. Pan
s-at C1DCinnatI
three-team v
Ti>e London-based organization ; laboratory Is busy on eighteen contracts for the Government, ranging from research on drugsto .
fish are not rapid swimmers, and quick movements scare them.King
the 1:30
place between defending whose relief work was Nor. 10-At New York, ; reduce the harmful effects of radiation to space-related work and projects to keep pollutantsfrom Neptune. or bask Walton, or both, must have been smiling
champion Texas Southern, recently approved by a resolution Nor. 17-Denver, 3:00; NOT. the air and to overcome problems In a new process for producing low-cost food down at us that day. Within five minutes a small but ambitious
Prairie View and Southern,with of the UN General 24-BYE 5 Nor. 28-At supplement from fish protein. Dr. Nixon, a senior research chemist with a Ph. D. from yellow perch took the bait. But he was no match for my determined
Arkansas entered In t dark Assembly, has asked a number Kansas City: 12:30: ; Dec. 7- Cornell University, and Mr. Asher, a senior research engineer, are working on two aspects student.
horse role. Internationally known variety Buffalo, 3:30; Dec. 15-Boston, of the development of a safety fuel with the thick consistency of mayonnaise which could have
Of 11 events offered on the artists to contribute their 3:00: Immediate applications for military aircraft, especially helicopters.Charlie '
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65 T-BIRD..LANDAU .$1995AIR Cincinnati, 1:30, ;Sept.; 29-tfew Run Sets Record For Year Youth Group 39 E. Ashley r

C' 'DI / N. NEW R C N MII TOR. York, 1:30; Oct $-KansuCity
64 CHEV.: MALiBU STA.' W.NIO $1295 8:00; Oct. 13-At Miami, Though records art proving somewhat bard to come by so r ,,
67 CIITtYStER M NEWPORT$ H4M AIR CONDITION H tm5 1:30; Oct 20-at Boston; far this year, America's track and field forces have produced For LeadershipNEW Vi in prill tiIIIHICI ,R>,

,VIMVL HOOP. AIR l CONDITIONS A REAL auv 1:30; Oct. 27-flouston, 1:30; some outstanding performances, as* shown in the latest "Top
67 PONTiAC CATALWA N895t Nov. 3-At New York, 1:30; Twenty" list released by the United States Track and Field. YORKN PI)- The tieaPPeleteeet(
OJU *.W. AIR' CONDITION IIKII M*. PACTORV Nor. 10--MIam1,1:30: ; NO'I.I1- Federation. Congress of Racial Equality Is '

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,
66 LOAO0 CHEV. IMPALA COUPE inqM_NIW... .. .. ... $1995 Denver, 2:00; Nor. 28-At Outland equalling 10,0100 meters the In the 440 relay; a exception; effort to develop black leader s'f -
CONOITIDNIO MUMVI N N R 1:00; Dec. 7-At Houston, Kansas Relays Is the only U.s.. al early season performancesby ship. Frank Baker
65 FORD 500 GAI.AXIEv .$1295>> 3:30; Dec. 15-8YE- individual performance to make According to Leonard
veterans Ron in the
Whitney
AUTOMATIC, {T/ICING .. .
67 IMPALA $ ? the world record list,though two 440 intermediate hurdles and DeChamps, national director of
I 'ROTOPk rAyw.'tnec.}: o rMDw: steeplechaser George Young. nr Diiirtiiit.Fnik will
66 PONTIAC GRANb PRIX : $2595 the distance medley and the Former U.s.. Olympic aces the Students Congress Racial
Sept. 8-8YE1---iSeptl5- Southern California Striders In Billy Mills, Bob Schul Hal Equality SCORE), the youth kn.li tie ill( line if, Aiiricn Miter
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,
M.TO* LOADeD WITH tOUIFMINT.
67 MUSTANG V8 ..,. $2395 Kansas_City 3.00: ; Sept. 29- recorded world bests in events Dyrol Burleson, are all on the youths who now have nothing" Cars iicli.iif tie funs record -kreakiut
to do but wander the streets
.. Boston 2.00 Oct.6-Clnclnnatl
AIR COHOITIONtO AUTOMATIC TIAN rOWII ITIIIINO. ; for which no official world records comeback trail this with
PLYMOUTH v .. 2.00; Oct 13-at New York. 1:30 are kept year SCORE, he said, wants to get
67 FURY IH V4 $2695 sights! set on another Olympic A.M.X. Hi iiiitis ti call fir
AQUATIC. MM. POWtft till*. All CONO. PACT WAR. Oct. 20-At San Diego, SLOG; Two collegiate marks have try. And John Fennel,history'sfirst more than a Job, to contributeto in a

65 RIVIERA ... .... . . $2295 Oct. 27-Miami, 2:00: ; Nor. S- been set. Norwegian distance: l7-foot pole vaulter, has the economic institutions in diiiistritiii ii tfct car it leer child
at Boston, 1:30: ; Nor. lo-ca.t. star, Arne Kvalhelm who competes America. It's to develop black ,
Just come out of retirement to
65 CHEWotETTg'JpORT coUP, $1795 land 1:00 that will the
; Nov 17-At Houston, for Oregon, raced to a the leadership save
PtIWIR {f.I.I.I'"', challenge current crop of MW ir used.Downtown.
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Dec. 1-Su> Diego, 2:00; Dec. Gerry Lindgren in the pro Sixty youths, during a recent
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KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Other records established in classes in Afro-American
Bonds 39 E. Ashley EL3.8641We're
R. S. EVANS3rd were Otis Bailey's 7'11/4", anew Saving history and African culture.
Sept:8-at Houston,'1:3OSept. high school high Jump I
IS-Kew York, 3:00: ; Sept. 22- standard; and Mel Grays 10.1
Denver, 3:00 ; Sept 28t (running second to Greene at
& MAIN Miami, 8:00; Oct S-At Buffalo, Kansas for a new J Junior college 1ST
Place
to inPONTIAC'S
8:00; Oct IS-Cinclnnatl, 3:00: ; mart. Mel also has a9.3for 100 Fighting Keep
KL: 44481 OPEN TIL 9.30: P.M. EL 4-8382: Oct p3 20-Oakland 3:00: Oct yards and a 20.6 220.Randy" .
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I?.' * Morale Pleases Aggie Mentor Team Needs Work In Blocking . I



Coach Howell Says Team Is Protect Yourself. learn KarateA * ..


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GREENSBORO, N. C. -'Spring football drills at A AT First Place In Championships '
University have left new head football coach Hornsby Howell
i, with mixed emotions. FORT VALLEY Ga. The State CIA High School Track and HAIR POMADE

'; Hornsby has voiced approvalwith several other players. Field Championship events were held at The Fort .Valley If I Keeps Heir'

his team's morale and with Howell said that Mel Holmes, State College.Fort Valley! Ga., on April 26-27. Neat end

the performance of his backs. the other running guard, and In AA men's action, Monroe 24 and 12 respective. :..:- a We//-Groom
'He was a little reluctant toboast Paris Favors have been impressive High of Albany took first place Southslde High of Colbert .& --: All Day
*about.the Aggie's blocking. in the Spring drills. honors with 35 points, while
MURRAY'a Halt
scored 32 points to top ClassB N.w. Improved
/ As spring practice neared an Both players will be sopho- Central High of Newnan racked Dre"In' Pom.d. works .onder on
end' A 4T received a big Jolt mores next season. Holmes, up 32 points for a close second of, West followed Point by Henderson G. with 34 High and In kinky Mw, mornlni h.rd i to,msns Mfr, ,keep k.U, thatt'' teao.bed"
when it was learned that running from Miami, Fla., is 6-4 and place finish. Thomas J. Elder -, look ill da y. SailifacUonKimpiAY's {
Greenwood ...
with <
18.
guard Warren Frye may have weights 265. Favor is 5-11,225. l High of Sandersville was third :iolmturs _"dey (:
1 to miss the season because of Other linemen who have looked i with 29 points d"'l. and On tomel we a'. .. 1"l': !I
k.injuries good In practice are ends Bill Jesup won the first place : [;.en pery. :"'n 0 .
". Warren, a rising Junior from Gaines and Gene Harrison and trophy in Class A men's competition k umKnlauet tI

Washington, D. C., suffered a Don Thomas by scoring 371/2 g ARMYRESERVE I SIZE SIC HURRAYSSNALL ......
.. broken leg in scrimmage last "The team, as a whole, has points, followed by second : SIZE 25. :-
Saturday and Is a patient In only looked good In spots," ranking Tattnall Co. High of SOPHIOI MOODCTJ to.4M .
'.Cone Hospital. said Howell "One good thing Darlen, with 31 points. Houston CtolMtl keel, MM.Mltl
'"This is a big blow to, us," about It is that our moreale Co. High of Perry held tightly i "' ,.. JIi o".t
said A & T coach Hornsby has been very high. We still to third place with 15 points. 1- ;

.'Howell. "It was a pretty bad need a lot of work blocking." .r. .: Lyons Industrial High, Lyons, .,
fracture and we won't know Probably the brightest spot in Ga., finished at the top of the
until later In the week whetheror the Aggie camp thus far has Class B teams with 43 points,
not Frye will even be able been the backfield. A T has while Cook County Training Tatum'sMEN'S
Jim
to play next season There Is come up with a fine bevy of School, Adele, Ga., and Georgia
no question that :lie was our backs, led by AU-tlAAhalfback I School of the .Deaf wound up '
top lineman" Willie Pearson. WI JI In a tie for second with 30 SHOP
Frye, 6-3, 240, did most of Howell changed A & T's attack points each.
A -&Ta punting last season. to a Wing-T at the opening of The girls' track and field team
He played offensive and defensive practice. He said Pearson, of Monroe High of Albany woo summer
tackle most of the year freshman quarterback Jerome In AA events with 341/2 points. comes i*ORMAU
but was switched by Howell to Turner and veteran halfbacks rei Central of Newnan and Elder

.guard because of his speed. Richard Armstrong and Tommy ? High of Sandersville compiled alive.i ., ..
Howell said he Is taking some Blue have all been running well. + t t R 30 1/3 and 16 1/2 points to
comfort In the fact that be has The Aggies were chased inside finish second and third respect
several topnotch linemen signedto by Monday's rain. They will ively.In (:sal with
come to A 1 T in the fall resume drills today and Class A girls' play Holley
He also said that he Is encouraged conclude Spring practice with High of Sylvester exploded for DINNERJACKETS
by the fine showing an Intra-squad game on a 31 points to lead Depot High of j I
made In spring practice by Saturday. n. LaGrange and Tattnall Co. with
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Switzerland (NPI) International pressure p
directed In essence against South Africa's rigidly enforced 1 '
racial segregation policy has forced that country out of the IV
1968 Olympic Games In Mexico City. Re-admitted to the games "
only three months ago, South Africa was forced out again last 56 21 11 \i : : SALE LASTS
week when the threat of widespread boycott by many other

participating nations, Including a number of African countries, 640 U 41 ,' i4 ONE FULL
caused International Olympic committee to vote the ban. ,
Negro U. S. athletes were also planning to boycott the game. Sometimes He's UpSometlmes '

!'i "FDtST'r He'. Down. He Adds,Subtracts, WEEK from
j ANOTHER He works It all around.

-EAST LANSING, Mich. -(NPQ Another effort to Integrate- 91-63-54 M. May 6th-11th

collegiate football above the playing level crystallised last week COMING ATTRACTIONS
when Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas, hired Its
first Negro coach. He 1s Don Coleman, former Ml-Amerlcan ; -
tackle *t Michigan: Stalt..1JD1ytWtJ. Cola nsn,wu named anI' ; ;S"DA'SNUMBERED: ." t r
assistant loath .tbd 'assistant professor id the" department of MAN
Tatum
Intercollegiate athletics1 following agitation by SMlPs Negro Jim says:
students for a Negro coach and more Negro faculty members.
most effective means of defense becoming more popular wan people all over America Is
THIRD.DEFENSE Karate. Eartha White Community Center Is right In the foreground of the latest and has, "WITH SAVINGS OF THIS
through Its director, announced a schedule. Classes are open to aiL Hardle McKinney a
BE
sailor stationed at Cecil Field Naval Air Station, is conducting the course. He Is a First "Man's Days are Numbered" MAGNITUDES WOULD
NPI heavyweight boxing champion
NEW YORK -( >- Light
Degree Black, Belt.. Assisting McKlnney are Sam Mack who holds Brown Belt
Dick Tiger of Lagos, Nigeria last week took time out from Murry, a and Health and Fortune Can Be SHEER FOLLY TO.
who has had three, .and one half-years of at the Newark Institute
)
study N.J. Karate and
to for his third title Yours Whoa You Know Your
secessionist warfare sign
1<: the Nigerian
(<{' defense aeainst Bob Foster of Washington, on May 24. Tiger James Crawford, who, has a White Belt. Classes are every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Lucky Days. PASS THEM UP! !
evening, from 6 to 7:30. There Is still time for entering. Persons Interested may register
In Madison Garden here is a
who will fight Foster Square ,
lieutenant and physical Instructor In the army of Biafra which by phone or call 354-8974.Julius The Eartha White Center Is operated by the Jacksonville Recreation Lucky Colors, etc. OPEN MO N-FII. '!'O'i"" 9 p.m. Sot. 1.1 6 p.m.
seceded from Nigeria. Department. Guinyard, Recreation Specialist is-dlrector, Send $2.00 for your
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Horoscope Guide for

$300,000 BULLET Tuskegee Institute Stops SWAC Display MAY'- Jim Tatum'sMEN'S

BALTIMORE (NPI)- Wesley Unsold, Louisville's
All-American rebounding star, ,last week Joined the Baltimore Forty-Second School RelaysThe CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 Fill In the blank below and St. 101'
Bullets of the National Basketball Association when he signed two-day: card, all but five existing mall to ZODIAC Post Office '
an estimated $300,000, three-year contract with the club. Unseld Department of Athletics at Tuskegee Institute announced records seem Immune* Box 1111, Jacksonville Fla.
also was sought by the rival American Basketball Association a complete cancellation of the 42nd Annual Tuskegee Relays 'Jo toppling, with a sixth one 5318 NORMANDY BLVD. PH. 384.35)1PH.
teams but he decided to play In the NBA, with the Bullets, because of the recent student unrest on the campus of Tuskegee which Is a mere one-tentl NAME i
who had made him their No 1 draft choice. Institute which forced a two-week shut-down of the school's second over the accepted world STREET 1061 ARLINGTON PLAZA 7210366v
academic operations.The mar mounted on a shaky DATE OF BIRTH --

WILLIAMS OPTIONED pedestal.The .
Relays ;1whlco were the Institute's calender and'a "
scheduled for Friday and existing mark of 13.6 for
kollowlng
CHICAGONPI>- The slumping Chicago White Sox last Saturday May 3 and 4 were the readjustment unrest period!'Jackson the 120-yard high hurdles set
week outfielder Walter Williams to on campus Southern's Willie Davenport,
optioned scrappy utility cancelled following ,an Inter concerning by
regrets
their Hawaii farm club in order to make room on the roster pretatlon of a federal court expressed cancellation because of the was thought to be in Jeopardy.
for outfielder BIll Voss, who was batting .300 at Hawaii. ruling that prohibited certain the caliber of schools: that bad ten- Jaguar Harvey Nairn has< a
Williams, who earned the nickname "No-Neck" because of non-class activities during a to enter thisyear's 13.5 to his credit this year
his physical build, Is a hustler In the field but Is a compara- readjustment period. Thismarks tatively competition agreed in track and already and Is believed to be
lively light hitter. the heir-apparent to a new
the first time In history dleld, golf and tennis.
record for the event.
that this 42-year-old event has Tuskegee Institute plans to
ALCINDOR REPEATS Southern's William McClellon
been canceled. continue the Relays on corresponding -
Athletic Director Edward has the year's best In the triple
dates In 1969.
LOS ANGELES -NPI- Lew Alclndor recently accomplished Jackson was quoted as saying, jump among SWAC performerswith e
two outstanding feats by winning the Helms Athletic Foundation "This action was made neces- # # # # # # a 48'5" leap-fifth in one .,
College Player of the Year Award and UCLA's 'Most Valuable sary by the court requirement national listing and has been
trophy. A repeat winner of both awards, Alclndor, who compileda that necessitated a change in Ellis established a favorite to wipe
28.2 acoriDIaDd 16.5 rebounding average In leading UCLAto Champion out the 46'5 1/4"Jump last year :. :;;
Its second consecutive NCAA basketball title, was only the A&J Cadets by Willie Owens, also of South- I i.y
sixth player to capture the Helms trophy consecutively. Bouts at ern.
.. Opens Another JDIsta.nc.Ace
STOKES NAMES EXMENTORC Receive National Otis Martla-fir a three-mHi .
MeetJimmy ,run time of 1418.6 to his credit
Republicans
LE YE LANDN -Mayor Carl B.Stokes has named Wilfred Commendation this spring and Is expected to
(Whiz Bang) Carter as secretary of the Cleveland Boxing and GREENSBORON.C.- Ellis, World Boxing enjoy the sweet smell of successIn
Wrestling Commission in a move designed to "stimulate" and"rejuvenate" A IT State University ROTC Association champion heavy the SWAC event which has
boxing In Cleveland. Significantly Carter,veteran cadets have won awards givento weight Is ready to fight in an existing standard of 1507.0
boxing trainer and one-time Ohio State welterweight champion held by James Smith of Prairie
the nation's top students enrolled Miami Beach during the
tree tutored Stokes when the latter was a "determined" in general military Nation Republican Convention View since 1961.

Golden Gloves boxer. science classes.In The 46-state champ! has the t
special ceremonies In the approval of his managers, AFL ScheduleCONTINUED soh
$125,000 PAYCHECK Memorial Union recently Angelo nit Chris Dundee,
Robert G. Sinclair a Junior having cleared up a quarrel FROM PAGE 12
OAKLAND, Calif. -(NPI)- Jimmy Ellis, who could use the accounting major from Fayetteville with Jerry Quarry In Oakland Sept. &
dough to meet financial family demands picked up a paycheck N.C recleved the DefenseSupply Saturdayl11&bt. -SYE. --s f Sept. 14 ,s
of $125,000 for winning the World Boxing Association's version Association's scholastic: It is apparent that Frailer Denver 2.00MIAMI;
of the heavyweight title by decislonlng Jerry Quarry in key and certificate for beingone will not be the opponent. DOLPHINS
a nationally televised 15-round bout here. The check Is believed of the ten most outstanding Several napes have been v T '. 'i'
to be the largest for Ellis, a father. Philadelphia's Joe Frazier Junior and senior students In mentioned. One is that of Floyd Houston 8;00; Sept. 21-Oak
holds the mint version of the title, being recognized only the United States. He was nominated Patterson. Others are those of land, 8:00; Sept. 28-Kansas .
In New York, Massachusetts, Maine, Illinois and Pennsylvania. from the Quarter- Eduardo Corlettl and maybe City 8.00; Oct. 6t Houston
master Branch of the U. S. Manuel Rames. However 300; ; Oct. 13-Buffalo.. 1:30; i parkSATURDAY
I : I I [ zi
SEEKS JUNE BOUT Army.Ronald James Tate, a senior Illinois Frazier, has Maine thefour-statetltla.'and Massachusetts Oct.Oct. 27 20-at-at Denver Cincinnati, ZOO: ,;1:30 Nov.; orange !

NEW YORK -(NPI) It was announced prior to the Jimmy electrical engineering major recognize Frazier.Angelo 3-t San Diego, 1:00; Nov. 10-
Ellis-Jerry'Quarry bout In Oakland that Joe Frailer, recog from Morpnton,N.C.,was presented Dundee reminded Us hearers at Buffalo, 1:30; Nov. 17-Cln-.
nised, as world heavyweight champion la New York, was the Society of American that Frazier would not fight lathe Inn a t 111.30; N o v. 17-
negotiating for a Madison Square Garden tune up bout In June Military Engineers' gold medal WBA eliminations. Cincinnati, 1:30: ; Nov. 24-at MATINEE SATURDAY'x. POST Z
against an opponent still to be decided. Among those being for being one one of the twenty Dundee repeated his statement Boston, 1:30; Dec. 1-at Nework
considered were ex-champion Floyd Patterson, Manuel Ramos outstanding senior engineering that Frazier would !have to lick 1:30; Dec. l-8o6\on,
Mexico. and Boooe Klrkman d Seattle students In the ROTC program. Al Jones, Florida State champ. 1:30; Dec. 15-New York, 1:30: -

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how you can Earn Your $6.95 nl
Barber Course Free. to work part time. Able towor.t It is estimated that at least
HAIR CUTS 75? all day Friday. Driver's Classes now Starting Regis one-fourth of the nation's population { k ,I aIY
CALL OR VISIT Jfcense.,Good references.REPORTER ter Tuesday Thursday Friday of 200 million can be : .
8 to 10 p.m.1Hospltal. classified as "poor." Perhaps
many of those so classified tI
Aide Course would be surprised to learn t
The Jacksonville Must be good In i
Trainee.
"Cashier-Sales" Clerk Course that they are, or would objectto
English. Apply: being so classified.To .
Inc. "Kindergarten Teacher's Aide paraphrase the Bible, "-
Barber College FLORIDA STAR
Adult Education the poor we have always had-
with us..." but not since the I +
13TH & MONCRIEF
At 630 Davis Street Bolden's College Depression has the. .V.: S.
1816 W. 20th Street government enacted laws,spent
355.9814 Ho Phone Calls!Ir'f Registrar 356-6465 large sums of money and developed *

E.L. Johnson, B.S. such extensive A ,
mr programs on behalf of such tM e
ManicuristGet J S .rrrtiC1..1I Acting Presldeat-.Dlrector heterogeneous group of peopleIn / :
such a subjective manner.
J TO LIVE IN i Zltf lAG FOR $40 The whole thing started with
Your Manicures SEWING MACHINE Original the Economic Opportunity Act' :
c 1964, the "War on Poverty."
Guarantee Zig Zags makes
ICARYER PLACE I III! buttonholes sews on buttons
I I decorative designs Mono
andPedicores in Air 1! cams, etc. Just pay .balance TOOTHACHE ,
SPLIT LEVEL I II $40 at $8 per month.Phone 353-

1946 Will deliver, .
anytime. no Crt .'IL. we.
toil Ivll" MWif .
j 3 BR 2 % Batb.i obligation. A-l Sewing MachineCo. IOU. ft ref. r.urt. If.m tiwotbini. Until lootnkh
Contort MM Put "-NM'1 Ion/ TMCM
CoBditioniot 1606 Main St. See JOUf 11.1111' 1155 "''"" "' */''
( DbL GUile, 8 w5 OM III. diet"- .. -". 4-
At 1 I ISABELLA OF PARIS mended IIIK" AS.by.Iar''dst TnM,, fof I_........,.... _
ora'jele'MHELP
That's Mel I I have the Amat- I -
JOHNSON'SBARBER 1 I Family Rm I ing superior tonic tablets pep
/or all the things you want to do.QI ; ti rT
SHOP I of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction
( 1 WANTED
$21,950.00 I II guaranteed or Money Back.For
1 Men and Women. Cafeteria and Grocery Store.
; 326 Broad St. Young lady 21 or older. Call _

..1 LoBvtnia CilbsMaaicuist I ,fHA. VAi II P.O. Box 230, Dept. S., 3549881. !

i 'VULCAN INC. I **mmmmmmmMWASHINGTON
I $ Can Indiana I

S 768BRAND 1 FOR MEN AND WOMENOF HtS'i .

I." ALl AGES I 2 BR. HOMES I WASHINGTON D.C.- lcbard McGulre m 0.21) is enrolled firm of this city. Occasion was luncheon In Mr. KronhelnVs
Into; the Grand-Day Club by Milton S. Kronbelm, veteran. office. In the background is a gallery of photos of famoul
RANGE RelriL 1 I member of the Club and president of Milton S. Kronhelm tCompany people, reflecting Mr. Kronhelm's wide participation In community -
r1 Take New IMPROVED NATURE I Inc Mr. McGuire Is bead of the largest mortician activltes over many years
111 NEW TABLETS for that tired run .
down feeling that keeps yon from I Tilled Balk I
'. ;RICK HOMES enjoying life CommissionerCONTINUED NAACP Hits Gunman Attacks Officers
r1i 100 Tablets $3.00 200 Tablets I $64.00 .Moith I I
45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. FROM PAGE 1 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

I EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES in an editorial. Illinois City death weapon from his belt. still wrestling for the automatic
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway I I Commissioner Range pointed On May 4, at about 8 p.m., In which had fired several
Chicago Illinois 60626 1 to the low tide of race relations the 600 Block of Ashley Street, more times.At .
: within the city: The Chief toned For Prejudice
Dowi I
I $100.00 according to ponce records this time Officer T. L.
Us suggestions down a bit to
COMBINATION' "shoot when AURORA, m. -(NPIThe Officers T. L. MaysandSamuelWashington [ Mays rushed from the pas-
SOLID STATE radio 4 speed 1 necessary. local NAACP branch has taken were patrolling singer side of the police car
34 bedroom plant with 1,1 %,, fully automatic Intermix stereo FHA Riles Set Issue with a section of the the nelghbochood.Butler walked and bending over the pair fired'once
i with automatic cut off I I from the southsldeof into Butler's The
2 both end garage. changer city's fair housing law, passed an alley on arm.
l Pt> Modem schools, churches and a complete and dual sapphire needles, t last January\ 16, the portion Ashley and walked onto the bullet went into the dead man'
F shopping center clote by. months old. Pay balance: of$69. VULCAN INC. which permits,discrimination sidewalk. chest. He was reported deadat
or $8.50 per month. Phone 353 I I in the sale or rental of homes Officer Washington Immediately Duval Medical Center at
LINCOLN ESTATES 1946, ask for Credit Manager, and apartments If the property recognlted the 8.20: p.m.According.
will deliver without obligation. I 7683479s I owner states In writing his wish suspect they had been seeking to Investigator Jj
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765.1685 A.I MUSIC CENTER 1606 Main to discriminate The NAACP Officer Washington stopped the .M. Beck the dead nun had a
St, Jacksonville, Fla I""I'.J has taken the case to Federal patrol car and stood with the long series of records.: He bad
door been arrested ten recently -,
Court seeking a temporary restraining open, hisrlghtarmleaning times
on the door facing Butler.Butler for homicide Investigation -
..O................ enforcement order of the section forbidding because opened his Jacket when Officer in connection: wlmthedeatb

smart to shop at Jax REG. It conflicts with the First Washington asked about the gun. of a Negro schoolteacher: last
f He pulled a .45 calibre: automatic February in a dowatowa
$3.15 : t +1 and 14th Amendment cube U.S.
PRICES : OLD RARITY Constitution and the Civil RltfiU pistol from his belt and rooming house, but was
fINDIT Act of 18C6, 1870 and 1871. fired immediately. He had released no charge being filed.
GOOD FOR ordered Washington not to At his death Butler was out)
j'R "' SCOTCH MRS. G.MARRION SMITH move. on bond for robbery, assaultto
WEEKj fJM Mrs. Genuine MarrlonSmlth Reading And Butler approached Officer murder and resisting arrest
ONE fi JnrlrMAYO10 I will be funerallted at 4 Washington and was trying to charges relating to a holdupla'November
p.m.
b at the Mt. Calvary Baptist StudyingCONTINUED get the officer's service gun of 1967 .of the:
when Washington grabbed his Jefferson Hotel Bar, as well
'" .
1/2 $195 Church. Rev. W. M. Hill is
FROM PAGE treading
pastor. gun hand and shoved the pistol as a later gun battle between
"'% .:::;y PINTSWhiteHorse and study skills In away from him. The gun went the bandits and police. He was
MAY 17 -- .. specific areas of English,Math- off, striking the police car In found hiding Ina-rooming bouse
t I matics and Science" Other the door on the driver's side. nearby and was arrested
,3'TY! SERVICE I objectives Include: developing an The two fell to the ground
attitude of Intellectual curiosity -
IMP II BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND ? Channel 17
j ir \fconvertors 1J.95 thought by encouraging class Rights Roundup
Buckaq I participation by Inviting the students
to content and
( question
H 398-3030
HOW'S THAT AGAIN???
Ideas in what be reads.r'I'"I"I'"I'.

SCOTCH PREMIUM BEER PETERSBURG Va. -(NPIWhen H. Rap Bruwn went Into
, federal custody on April 6, hi weighed 158 pounds. When be
a was released 12 days later, be weighed 169 I/I pounds. During
i #' BEG Q $ SO U OZ. POP-TOP $ 00 BUS aN ME an GOmoQInl his 12 days incarceration. be was fasting-but be still gained

\ 7./S BUR .. CAIG OR N.R, 111/2 pounds.JCLUBlWES

V urinn | JTEACHER'S BTLS. PAKSJ MAKE.THE; MOVE

SOLD TO FINER LIVING

ALL BRICK! ]I

J : ?4G0For 100%

dry gin drinksJACQUINS NOW o 5tY 3BEDROOM American Legion Unit No. 197 Glover Mrs. Leila P. M 11-
will have a party at the Post cbell, =W.P. Cox, Mr. Miles,S.
> 2441 Vet 'e onet Home on Friday May 10, at MtGomery, Mrs. Ruby C. Bryant -
i SCOTCH AVERT o" OW SALES OFFICE at 8 p.m. Mrs. Elisabeth Cam Mrs. Alma Blackshers: ,
j i it DIVISION 6120th ST. EXP. cross Is president. Allen Thomas. Mrs. Claudia
HONE :3546746GRAND Daniels Is program chairman.

.z:,: REG.1.50 $1695 59' 50 : PARK ee
3
3
finIS finIS The Orange Association Blossom will Cosmetologists meetin U.S. SlateDepartment

Winter Haven May 19 to May
Wants
23. Mrs. Sallye L. Johnson is
president. Mrs. Cathlean B.
Ross Is state president. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3
BOURBON I J I determine that they are sound
eee character reliable and loyal.A
I
LONDON TOWER : \ I sense of humor and a sense ofadventure
S FALLS 86 PROOF I :- '1. I Appreciate I The Vikings Chorus of William \ are helpful
M. Raines High School will prerequisites.
Tear
DRY GIN 94
: PROOf
4 STRAIGHT. WHISKEY : I Your Business present a repeat performance of Young women who do not
II "A Night On Broadway"on May qualify lor overseas assignments -
REG. $4.85 I 30, at 8 p.m., in the school's can be considered for
$388 3 FOR gg 3 FOR 12o 145 I auditorium. Mrs. O.R. Smith Is positions In Washington, D.C.,

; N.15 HAMP I director. and may apply later for the
FIFTH s10.95 PINTWlEDEMANN I : I eel Foreign.Service. Applicants for
these positions must be at least
'I 18 and able to qualify on Civil
.a 'A I 1 SULLIVAN I 1 The Trustee Board of Midway Service tests In typing and/or
WlEDEMANN Baptist Church will present a shorthand. There are no over
: .Mother's Day Program Sundayat seas positions for clerk

Fine Registered Beer The BIO Man s Boer .. I says "My 'sincere: thanks to my many friends and I include: 11 ,a.m.Mrs.Participants C. E. Daniels will typists.
Interviews will beheld In Jacksonville
customers for from You
: clean top carrier buying me. can always I
Mrs. Evelyn Williams, Mrs.
REGISTERED .- fi depend on getting the No. 1 Buy. at the Florida State
Pop-topcans ettwiet top run ;. S Vera Smith, Mrs.A4elma Tooly
i
8 Employment Service,215 Mar
11ol.pbueone J JJJftOE! : Mrs Corine Waters. Mrs. Rebecca
!
*/ IeIIDLtII1ti ket Street Room 200, May 13
Y. Thompson, Mrs. J. through May 171968.Hours
are
: 6 99* PARTY QrmilOO i rt\cnl.lu .1 GT B. Wilcox, Mrs. L C. Armstrong from 12 Noon to 7 p.m. No appointment
PAK CASE. QUARTS OQTS. I .. : < THOMPSON Mrs. Estella R. Jones necessary For full
?RDONl Mrs. Janie Franklin Cannon details call 3 6-.031.
Mrs. Emma Harrison, Mrs. .
x 1p1 1 .............. ,0 .Phone Philips Highway.'..1IINIIU6IIIIaII Flora Hughes, Mrs. Rut * *




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