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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 11, 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
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NO.5 SATURDAY MAT 18, 1968 20 Cents. Leader For Human Rights Marvin Davies

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J. :. .iI'I* t-l. ST. PETERSBURG The

overtones of the more-than-
one-week garbage' strike In St.
Pete have led to threats of
POOL ROOM PISTOL
/Wcu boycotting and the intersesslon
of the NAACP. The city administration -
t pl F has been severely
criticised.
ManIA Davies, state field
director for the NAACP, said
BATTLE IS FATAL he would promote a boycott of
r downtown businesses unless the
St. Petersburg Chamber of
Commerce withdrew support of
*T *. *. *. *. action taken by the city administration. -

Victim Shot .
Two Engines There were no signs of negotiations -
Complete ShakeUpSeen between the city and
At CustomersIn 211 dismissed garbagemen' ,
Thirteen Cars most of them Negroes.The .
city bolstered Us delaysby
Pass Over Boy Needed End ArgumentWilliam putting seven new trucks

Rhodes, 4$, died last V In service,most of them manned

Earl Robert Reese, It, 701 Saturday morning of wounds.received with newly-hired normal whites.Seven-
teen of a complementof
Mars-Venus Court, son of Earl Corruption In GJEO during a gun battle last
some 40 trucks were on the
Reese, probably owes bit life month in a Fairfax Street'poolroom streets
to a miracle, for although the police reported.
train engines and thirteen cars Jacksonville's anti-poverty program (GJEO) which, In the Rhodes, who lived at 1651 and City other Manager officials Lynn Andrews Ignored
passed over him while be lay Jew of many, hastailed to meet the needs of the poor through Dot Street died at 10:55 .,.m.iD warnings by the city councilappointed :
prostrate between the tracks mismanagement and favoritism, was In a state of disoreanltatlon Duval Medical Center wherebe Community Relations :
and confusion this week as federal was being treated for wounds .
representatives of
Commission and attempted to :
In the chest and abdomen ,
the Office of Equal
Opportunity
to
came the city to look Into
rebuild the sanitation department
deficiencies and violations Charlie D. Sloan 18, of 1031
_. unearthed following an Investigation...
with fresh faces."The .
,The GJEO, of wblcb West 27th Street, who was also
Postmaster James E.Workman acceptable management wounded during the April 20 present course can only
Is president, with Gordon Bunch practices", citing that in some gun battle, was re-arrested NAACP Executive DIrector Roy Wilkins it shown bert u N addressed a session at the lead to Increasing alienationand
.serving. director has, solar instances; "thereIsnoevldence charged with murder. Sloan and International Conference oo Human Rights In Tehran recently Wilkins was chosen by Presl- bitterness In the city,"
,
stalled the reading of the riot- of verification of prior employ- Rhodes were both charged wltf dent Lyndon B. Johnson to bead u Impressive delegation of American to the meeting said commissionchairmanRev. I
act by OEO officials who have* aggravated assaulted in connection Seated at the rear and to the Immediate right of Mr. WHklns U Her Imperial Majesty Lloyd Scblrra.
refused to air .the various with the shooting, ac- Princess Ashrat of Iran, Conference President. Photo Courtesy NAACP Andrews said the commission
coring to Detective had no business getting Involved
Strgeant,
( .charges. inaa' open jneetlng.!! -W.-C. Barber: and InvestigatorW. .la the .ctr1kebtcautlt\wu. .;,F
The nearest the( inquiry came'to
pld-polntlng anything was R. Gigs?. Tlireolened J. To "Mart'Leader'Refused primarily "a labor problem"and
not one of race.
The officers said Rhodes entered '
when Attorney Ernest Jackson's But, Schlrra said the commission -
name was mentioned In connection the pool' room and became Shoot Officer was especially
EARL ROBERT REESEof Involved in an argument with .
: with the CEO's charge
concerned with "race relations
a moving train last Thursday that: "Evidence bas been Sloan and several bystanders After and other explosive problems,
Rhodes left the returned CursingA Salary
place
alive.Reese, .at about 1.20, he remains presented one key to show oMGJEO ft few minutes later and, pulled and the garbage" crisis 1s sucha

however, according to spends substantial time, for a pistol, firing several shots Florida Highway Patrol The concern freshly-manned garbage'
latest Information, bas been which be is compensated by and the wounded and Sloan three times'In trooper killed a former mental And Helped Many trucks continued to make slow
In the Duval Medical Center GJEO as a full-time employee, and arm band, Barber the. during a scuffle near sweep of the city's West Side,
:sine that time and, on. In the performance: of another ATTORNEY ERNEST JACKSON Geiger said toll booths at the Hart most of them escorted by police
'Thursday, was still unconscious: Job." Sloan returned the fire and bit Bridge Tuesday morning, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. who collected royalties from four cruisers. One truck returned
and In critical condition. When OEO officials Alphonso ment statements found onapplicants Rhodes three times In the chest Duval County sheriffs office books and a $50.000 Nobel Peace Prize, left almost estate.. so that Its crew could be Instructed
According to police records, McGhee .and Roland Rlanrtlng for employment" and abdomen, according to the said.' Despite the constant threat of thing like $25,000. to operate the lift and
young Reese, apparently unaware refused to name the "key The critique adds that "this officers. A bystander azlllDanl.1 Johnny Jimmy L. Porter, 27, Negro? danger under which be Uvedhe "The staff had always talked packing mechanism.
: of the approaching train, employee" who was allegedly deficiency raises serious W. Brooklns, 22, of who was released about an hour left no will.Attorney about a major insurance policy. Despite the police presence,
moonlighting', City Council questions regarding the qualifications Street was wounded In the leg. Eskrldgeof Dr. King's life "Young said.
,was throwing rocks at another earlier from City Jail, died Chanuncey on there was no sign of violence
train which was going south man John lanahan, somewhat of key GJEO: personnel Both Sloan and Brookins were almost Immediately after be Chicago, who bandied legal "But we never got around U." Whites applying for Jobs,paying
on another traCk Homicide Irritated said, "Lets call'IA' for positions approved. by the treated at DMC and released was shot with a .337 magnum affairs for the slain civil rights Eskrldge said royalties on between $1.87 and$23?U hour,
Lieutenant 1.. A. Hamwey and Lawyer Jackson and ask him OEO Regional Office.. revolver by Trooper Walter E. leader and the Southern Christian King's 1967 book, "Where Do walked unmolested through
Detective Sergeant E. R. Dove if be Is practicing law on the In plain words,U simply means Negro Miami U. Sundberg about 10-40: am., according Leadership Conference We Go From Here Chaos or groups of fired sanitation workers -
expressed the opinion that be side; everybody knows that's that both the Board and the to Detective Sgt. J. which King founded. Community," were advanced In front of the
might not have beard the whistle who they'll talking about." Executive Committee of the Students Make L.Suber. "He didn't have any estate" CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 city incinerator
of the approaching northbound Jackson: told the group his GJEO were "stacked" or, Porter bad been walking South The house In which King lived
train. law practice was confined to better still, handplcked dthen Many Requests across the Hart Bridge, apparently was almost paid for when he l.B. Childs Dr. A. Robinson
Samuel C. Robinson, of SavIo.1Iab. Saturdays and after 5 p.m. told by a few domineering Individuals leaving town, when was killed Eskrldge said Dr. ,
engineer of the train which weekdays His GJEO: salary is what or whom to vote MIAMI-Fourteen Sundberg drove up near him. Mortgage Insurance paid up the
passed over Reese's body, said $12,000 annually but be said be for or not to vote for... it also students at the University Negro of He told Porter to get In. Porter balance Aid Martin luther King Fund
be broke the handle of the train's lost $2,000 because it cost him means that persons with either Miami were taken to Jail Tuesday reluctantly got into the marked "He bad two bank accounts,
airhora trying to warn bin lie $4,000 to operate his office Inadequate qualifications or for demonstrating They police cruiser, riding In the Joint accounts with his wife UDder WASHINGTON The Martin ton on May 10. Dr. Benjamin
rang the beU and said that but took in only$4,000last year. poor employment records or were of the 35-member Black front seat, Suber said The $5,000," Eskrldge said. Luther King, Jr., Foundation E. Mays, president Emeritus
occjsants of the fast moving The U. S. Office of Equal both have been hired by the Students Organization. They officer added that Sundberg had "These were passed by what an organintiondeslgnedtgper. of Morehouse, was presiding
and approaching train yelledto Opportunityletter to GJEO at the direction of certain were charged with disorderly I been ordered by radio to In- we call small estate affidavits. petuate in positive actions the u chairman of the board of
Reese. Board members, seekingto conduct: and resisting arrest. vestlgage a report of a So this left him with no estateto teaching of the late martyred directors. Mrs Emily Herring
Reese Is a former student of terms, several deficlences" curry favor friends, help However Friday night pedestrian crossing the bridge, probate." leader Dr. King, bas amongIts of New York Is vice president.
Raines High School. His mother which "required corrective relatives! or pay off political demands for changes were which is restricted to only IN AN INTERVIEW, Rev. Andrew chosen list of nationally- Willis Mines of Washington is
Is Dot living actions" by' the beads of the debts made. One group asked for vehicular traffic. Young, a close friend and known Negro citizens two treasurer and Charlie Wells of
local unit Complaints about questionable better campus roles' for Sundberg, a five-year state associate: of King said: "If, professional Jacksonville men Bowie State College assistant
,, Among the deficiences which hiring policies were first airedIn Negroes. trooper drove to the toll plaza somebody asked him for money Dr. L. B. Chllds, M. D., of treasurer. Miss Ella Fitzgerald
Demand Talks the OEO found In its three- 1966 when Mrs Hattie Dix More enrollments of black and stopped his vehicle,Intending and he had it, he would give it Jacksonville, is secretary of
months investigation Is that the Green wrote Sargent Shriver students and the Initiation of to search and question to them." the nationwide organization Dr.
Board of GJEO "rarely makes''' and other officials Intimating black-oriented courses were Porter, the detective said.Both Young, who was in Memphis Chllds is widely known for
Leading to policy declslons..that are that Frank Hampton (who was demanded. In all, there were men got out of the car, Porter with King when King was killed services in the interest of the
essential and crucial to the then functioning with James 80 demands. started to walk away at a brisk by a sniper's bullet April 4, Negro
operation of the corporation Workman in a hiring capacity) The dissenters want a pace, Suber said, but was added, "When I took his wallet Dr. Andrew J. Robinson,
Less Tension (that) Instead these decisions was using the position to pass minimum of 200 Negro students stopped by Sundberg. out of his pocket at the hospital principal of William Raines
have been escalated to an 11- out favors and pay off political next year. They want the Porter Jerked loose from the In Memphis, I found a lot of, High School, Jacksonville, is.
NEW YORK James Robinson member Executive Committee debts. addition of 27 courses,all dealIng trooper's grip, pulled a credit cards, but there was no another of the outstanding cltl
president of the which appears to be dominatedby General feeling is that the with the Negro and his clenched fist from his right money In it." tens who are contributing to
Corona-East Elmburst Branch same of its members" GJEO needs a complete cleaning culture. They also want morescholarships pants pocket and put the band MRS. KING, elected to t h e the success of the Foundation.
of the NAACP and Mrs Portia William W. Suttle, Acting Regional out involving the naming of anew and assistant- behind his back advancing at SCLC board of directors after Dr. Joseph C. Paige,executive in.
Waldon, director of the As Director of OEO, bas president of the ships.! the officer and then lunging her husband's death, bas temporarily M.f
sociation's Pupil Incentive alao recommended that "the corporation, appointment of anew The present university curriculum at bim, Suber said. been put on the payroll -
Program, bare called for Board should be completely director and deputy according to those Porter was quoted as saying: by the board, which voted :
community-school dialogue In re-structured..to: assure that director and the election of making demands, provides no "Go ahead! Shoot me. Shoot to pay her the same as their t :\
order to avoid further conflict decisions are made by a a new Board and Executive Insight Into black contributions.In met Pm going to kW you" top executives. x
between the police, the community broadly-based Board." Committee. other areas schools are Porter lunged again at the Young said the top pay is I DR. A. ROBINSON
and the schools: The directive to GJEO President having trouble trooper and was shot once in $IZOOO a year. ;'
The call was Issued after James E.Workman,points Former Gibbs At Cheyney, Pa., an official the center of the chest,according Young also disclosed that );) Is Honorary Chairman, Sammy
,student Larry Peterson was out that representatives of the has been named acting president to Sgt. Suber. singer Harry Belafonte, along- .. Davis, Jr., is Honorary Co-
injured during disturbances poor (at least one-third of the of Cheyney College, succeeding Porter was arrested early time friend of King's, had taken .. Chairman John McCabe,
'outside Forest Hills High School total board) should be elected, College OfficialIs resigned Dr. Leroy B. Allen. Sunday morning in a downtown out an Insurance policy on the .:;.. \ president of the Michigan Blue
recently Peterson Is reported adding: that the Citizens Cheyney Is a predominantly bus station after be caused an civil rights leader primarily for Shield Is chairman and Charlie
:Jo have been beaten about the Advisory Councils "have been Negro college. Dr. Allen resigned uproar on an Incoming bus. his children Also, Young said, Koepe of Xerox is vice chair-
:neck back and legs with a found to be ineffective, at best Sentenced last Friday for what, be Charged with disorderly the singer bas for years paid : man, all of the National
:nightstick and had to be treated and true conduct and In bus the ota for the Advisory Committee.Dr. .
representation of the. said was the good of the 1,800 loitering a salary governess r
:at City Hospital in Elmhurst poor Is very questionable" TAMPA-JUchard Carl Smith; students. The acting president, ,be was convicted Tuesday King children SL Norman Drachler, Superintendent
In a telegramtocityandschool Because of "evidence of inadequate former financial director at Dr. Wade R. Wilson, 53, bas morning in Municipal Courtand Associates pointed out that j of the Detroit Public
officials, Robinson demandedthat Glbbs Junior College in St. $50 often mentioned schools Is on the Advisory
administrative and been wWI the school since 1947. given a suspended sentence. King money DR. L. B. CHINS;
police Commissioner management Is so great", the Petersburg, was sentenced to Allen came to Cheyney in 1955 He was released last year corrupts and said be practicedwhat Committee with hundreds of
,Leary, Human Rights Commissioner OEO bas recommended that "a one year and one day in federal after being president of from the South Florida Mental be preached. vice president of the Foundation others. Eartha Kltt Is listed
Booth and "other complete review and prison Wednesday Bluefield State College. Hospital where be received "He had faith that his family former head of the among the thespians John
appropriate agencies conduct Justification of all supervisory Smith pleaded guilty earlier ,At the University of Oklahoma treatment for almost nine would be cared for,"one added Department of Science of Gardner of the Urban Coalition
an immediate Inquiry into this personnel must be submitted to charges of making a false Negroes met with Athletic months, Suber said He added Mrs. King bas declined to Edward Waters College, Is Director Is also a member.
Incident and severely deal with to the OEO Regional Office. statement to the Department Director Comer Jones and that nine officers were needed specify the amount Insurance:. of Urban Adult Education This Foundation, which is
those officers who participated The ,investigation has broughtout of Health, Education and Welfare submitted a long list of to subdue Porter when he was left by her husband. However, Institute of Detroit. rapidly growing In scope and
:'In the brutal assault upon the that "tmployment'' regarding use of federal grievances He rejected all but committed to the mental hos Young said top executives In The Foundation held an Impressive influence, lists additional advisors -
Injured student" procedure do not adhere to funds for student loans. two of the contentions. pital.. SCLC generally carry some- meeting In Washing- each week."eo .




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STAR PAPERS SATURDAY.. MAY 196V:
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William i Raines i r Foods 1 Plan I Eugene 'Butler Kansas CityWoman

Mother Club Project Is Successful'
I Annual Concert May 28 Cancer Unit Is

The Band Parents of William M. Raines High School will pre Presents AffairThe Three .Times HonoreeKANSAS

sent the Concert, Symphonic, and Stage.bands In concert May CITY, Mo.-(NPI-.
28th at 8::IS,In the school auditorium."'I, Eugene Butler Branch of Mrs. Inez Kaiser, owner of lees
the Duval County Unit of the
The bands VU1 feature a variety
Ricardo Jack- Ef 'Kaiser & Associates, a
Ernest Roberts, American Cancer Society will : public
of music ranging from H f f Dwight relations and advertising firm .
Geraldine 4 ,
son, present an "Evening In Paris" ,
classical to selections.The .
popular been cited three times
Joseph Thomas, has during
Thompson 26 at 8.30
band will be Introducted by Sunday, May : p.m.,
Hall Reginald Jenkins, the past month for her coo.
Mrs. Norma Bland. Mrs. I.. Larry in the main ballroom of the L r
Richard Sermon, Andrew Mayflower Hotel tributions to public and human
Hardwick serves as band -
Geiger, Lemorrls Prior and The Special Events Committee relations.
parents presidentOfficers William Blaylock. will be charge.Among models She was:
of the symphonic band Concert band section leaders appearing a ret Mrs. Corlne __ Selected to be listed in the 1968
are: Andrew Geiger, Captain; '\" T'
of
are:**Carmen Twlggs, Curllne Waters and Miss Stephanie Hen edition Marquis's "Who's'
Richard Sermon, Co-captain; :Jackson, Mark Bradley, Johnny derson, protege of Mrs. Ethel Who of American Women," as
Larry Rawls and Joseph.Tho- John well as "Who's Who In the '.
Davis, Michael Humphrey, Spears. Mrs. Spears will also <1 Mid.
mas, Drum Jajors; Jacquelyn "
White Ronald Colllan, Charles west.
of Edward
Paul
Jones, Janice Paris,Linda Win-' I"..CMcRae and Marvin Thurston. present Waters Roland College, male model Presented a trophy by the TaK
gate, and Florence Shaw, Sec )
The Symphonic Band receiveda Hair styles will be featured by lahassee Chapter of the Llnk&N
retaries Barbara Rhlm Louise
; superior rating at the State Inc., a national civic organ .'
Mrs. Ruth M. Deal, Miss EvenIng "
Howard Deborah Ke nd sic k
,
Robert, JoNathan Band Festival held on the cam- In Paris of last year, Mr. Uon, for her public relations
Bradley, pus o f Florida State Univer- Spencer, and Chester of the .,; achievement.
Clark Valerie Joann f
McKay,
,
sity. Twenty one students-- Kopy Kat. Millinery will be } / Presented an Appreciation award .
Clark, Marilyn Winters,Josep- soloor the United
ceived superior medals for shown from a. local concern. 1 by Mortgage
Katie Gardner and
hine Lloyd, .
Librarians ensemble and seven received Others appearing will be:Gretel J fr Bankers of America In recognition ,
Gregory Pearson Frank, ; excellent ratings for t h e and Gertie, Miss Anita Carr, of.her community ser '
Larry Ralws Hampton, ?
!
Valerie vice :
same. Deanna Parkes and
Ernest Roberts Joseph Thomas "

Gary McMickens Harry Shirelles S.S. Malloeir.The Lafayettee Ladles are Phi Delta Kappa I Is!
Leon
Lewis Larry Thompson,
ard Love, Phillip Gardner. Le- sponsoring Deanna. Mrs.ValerieIs Olivia f'q Sponsoring Big Tea:
Forrester is
morris Russell Parker,. president
Prior
Donnie Solomon and Ricardo, Club Plans FeteThe sponsored by the Friendly "- \ The National Sorority of Phi

Jackson, EquipmentStaff;Business -, Shirelles S. S. Club will Host and Hostesses Club, Mrs. ,. \ Delta Dappa Alpha Gamma
Irene Williams president. "k j ; Is sponsoring its an-,
Manager, Dwight Thompson t v Chapter:,
Saturday night May
give a party ,
.
f
A television set will be given I DUal Founder's" "Day Tea,
Chaplin, Bruce Henderson; 18 at the home of Mrs. G.
; _
away.. Mrs. Genevieve CrockettIs : Sunday, May 19, at the Chase
Linda
Head Majorette, Wingate; Mack, 1425 Illinois. All clubs ? 'tJ '
television chairman. Door Street Community Center,
Assistant Beverly Caldwell. Invited well r
are as as pupils. :1fi
will be awarded. Mrs. and
prizes of 29th Chase
Section leaders are: Renee Mrs. Mack is president. Mrs.C. corner

ardson Lay, Roslyn, Lillie King,Mae Yvonne Price Rich, .. Gordon Johnson assistant is secretary secretary., Mrs.L. Beulah mentator.McClellan Mrs.will Ethel be com-D. i lY.J : :/ Streets.Mrs. Mary Alice Cook Smith

Bannister will be chairman J Js& will be principal'speaker. Mrs.

\ ('a l)' 1 r. \ r I Smith Waters is an College Instructor and at the Edward wilt
'
The P.T.A. of the Davis Kiddies Kindergarten has donated a Daisy Taylor, president; Mrs. Kelllon, Mrs. J. Hlckson, Mrs. of Rev. Golden Smith.
complete set of playground equipment to the kindergarten Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Ossle Squalre,' treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. Sadie Wilson will act IS
located at 422 Belfast Street, where Mrs. Dorothy Capers Is a Catherine Jones, Mrs. Albert Manuel, supervisor, and Detra mistress of ceremonies.
THANK teacher. Mrs. Alberta Manuel is supervisor. Pictured above Hlckson. Parents Got shown are: Mrs. M. Sanders, Mrs. Selections will be by the Eugene
1 with some of the equipment seated, from left, are: Mrs. E. Dorothy Hayes, Mrs. Cora Watts, Mrs. Ann Nelson and Mrs. J. Butler Chorus. The liDo
Bryant, vice president; Mrs. Bargeron, secretary and Mrs. Ruth Studlmer. C. Bryant, Sr., Is reporter.Photo Girls will also appear on the
Budget, financial secretary. Standing, from the left, are:Mrs. by Bob Smith program. Mrs. Nadine Flagleris
the soloist. 'tof

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THE VOTERS OF DUVAL Plans DedicationGateway T
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Barracks and Auxiliary f -y
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CLAY AND NASSAU No. 1131 of the Veterans

COUNTIES FOR ELECTING of dedication World War services No. 1 In will the bob new ,

I r" .4r ME TO SERVE AS YOUR borne, 1509 Kings road Sunday,
May 19, at I p.m. Present will
NEXT STATE ATTORNEYED be officials of the Department
of Florida. Members are ex*
pected to meet Saturday at 2 p.
AUSTIN m.


4 L/ ,11ft./ ... .... Sigma Gamma

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Philes Celebrate


AnniveraryTb

of Sigma Gamma
i Rho Sorority will celebrate _
durl1itur their fourth anniversary 011 SlID-
day May 28, In toe Union Progressive
Baptist Church
oa
135 Broad St. 3535791luntiiif Pippin, at 1:45: p.m..
Sarah Best will give dramatic
readings. Mrs. Katye strickler
of Day Spring Baptist will sing
the Club sang Mrs.Alice John
lOG will be mistress of cere-
monies. Mr s.Ola Lawrence will
line. Mrs IDea Johnson will
read the Scriptures tad the

Lord's Prayer. III ., 1
Others appearing will be Ethel .' ;
Griffin and Louis Howell u f ti J :'
well u the combined choirs of r .J. .

': c.cce: : : ) the The church.Philos have been divided FAMU COEDS"'RECEIVE" AUTOGRAPHS-Cddle Floyd"Knock Davis, Miami; Renda McKee iv, West Palm Beach; Glenda.i Taylor.

: ; q: Into Mae two Paige groups u with captain Mrs.of Annie one, On University Wood" fame during signs Orange autographs and Green for five activities.coeds at Florida 00) Juanita AIM Jacksonville.Floyd; and Helen(Seated Johnson, I-r,)Tallahassee.Patricia Hague, Montlcello; .II

the White Group, and Mrs.Ruby
Johnson u captain of the Blue Jacksonville Carmen Atkins

Gro",. Urban League f "
Rev. Jake Ray, pastor will be fT WeddEng "snl Plans Jun.eWedding
..
4 P Mtr C"M" Fran .... c:.... w presented. Mrs. Clotyee Prid- Announces Move .
id and Mt, all .l.I, rdl.w. La'.. I ........, Cols
with l ...' gen, Instructor at Darnell Cook- The Jacksonville Urban UU :' :'U1l.. .....a.- u u "
$$4995. $3495 man Junior High School, will be League has moved Into Its new Eddie Butler, 2584 W. Gene '
the sepaker. Woodrow Cara, offices at 829 Pearl Street, St. 45th Badger Watson, 1512 Mr. and Mrs. James T.SCU-
41
singer, will also appear. and Elisabeth Hill, 1854 Rutledge Ave., 21 and Sandra brough have announced the engagement -
Rackin ,. Ml" corner of State and Pearl W. 45th St., 28.
r CIo.I ich Mrs. Emma Lou Is baslleus. Streets. Larger quarters will Cecelia Walker, 3222 Moncrief of Mrs. Scarbrougb'i:
Mrs. Thelma Ray Is chairman. Rd., 18.Cleo daughter Carmen Marie At,
allow the agency to house more Owen
HNCSIZE7pcrHASTK Illinois kina to Walker Jr.,,
Mrs. Katye Stridden Is co- projects and give better serviceto L. West
a,. chairman. Mrs. Mildred Bailey Jacksonville citizens. Paige, 1529 v.:. BeaverSt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker L,
r is chairman olprograms. Mrs. The Urban League is a United Ladies Will MeetThe ., 45 and Janie Mae Burch, West, Sr. The wedding will U
1- WOODGRAM TOP Jennie Vee Crockett is presi 1529 W. Beaver St., 42.
Fund agency dedicated to securing Owen Illinois Ladies Club
dent. Mrs. Llllie Mae Wright equal results for will meet with Mrs. Irene Morgan "
col.., reporter. The club with the largest disadvantaged citizens In at 1428 West 18th St. ThisIs Edwin Davis, Jr.,1670 McMll-
S5995 I attendance will receive a housing, education, em- a social meeting Mrs. A.M. Ian Verne St., 22 and Erma Lee
Plant
prize. City Fla., 20.
ployment, and community Sherman is president. Mrs. I.

I I 4? A Due .Ic. r0"//" awn _development. Morgan Is secretary. Alvester Roulhac Robinson,
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:presents here, the final contingent of it* bevy attractive ladle* with their escort Much time and much planning went young ladle are prented in the order of the name listed. the second: and final group of Zete's 1>6I Cotillion I'
;young women an member of the Junior Cotillion of 1968 Into the ucccisful carry ing forward of the 1968 Cotillion which, For each there 1* a promlilnc future.High school represented
:;:and: of the Blue Revue. Duval County Armory was the scene, according to many, made history socially, and added to the art Matthew W. Gilbert, New Stanton Douglas Anderson,


I L L. * The Conclusion Of A Glorious Array * Miss Blue Revue Second Runnerup I

::'Josephine Loraine Moore, senior New Stanton Senior High deb 1* a member of AJS.O.Z, of New Stanton, the Unique dent Council, the Young Women's Council the Sapphires Social It Wl I
:School, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Russell Moore, Social and Savings Club. Club the Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff and the Future Teac
Sri; and 1s affiliated with Mt Ararat Baptist Church The Sharndena West, a William M. Raine High School senior, is hers of America. Miss Johnson is treasurer of the Junior l
young lady is president of the Novlc Thespians Dramatic the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Robert West She is a member Class.Alveria.
Club, Secretary of the Charles D. Brook Honor Society, of the St. Gabriel' Episcopal Church. Miss West i* a memberof Verdella Jones, senior, is a New Stanton Senior High
President of the La Legionette Social Club and a member the Marching and Symphonic Band the Psychology Club School student She is the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Burns
of the Youth Urban League and Yearbook Staff. and the Electronic Club. and is affiliated with Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Activities
Gall Myers, senior in Eugene J. Butler High School, i* the Juanita White, a Eugene J. Butler Junior-Senior High School include: membership in the New Stanton Glee Club and in the
'daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Henry Myers. The debutante is eleventh grader, 1* the daughter of Mrs. Kathleen Manlgautt Modern Music Masters. i1!
affiliated with St. Peter Baptist Church. Activities Include: and a member of the Abyssinia Missionary Baptist Church. Charlen Lynnette Jones, William Raises High School senior,
membership in the Concert Band, Forensic Society, La She is a member of the Marching Falcon Band, the Library Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Jones. Membership
Legionettes and the Yearbook Staff. She is president of Let Club and of the concert band. -Is with Central Metropolitan: Episcopal Church. The deb 1* a
Elegante Jeune Flllea and a majorette. Jollte Grant, senior, Eugene Butler, daughter of Mr.and Mr*. member of the Student Council and the L* Circle FrancalsClub.,
MUllcent Elaine Norton, senior, William M. Raines, 1* the Joseph Grant She is a member of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Angela Kelly senior New Stanton Senior High School, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Clifford N. Norton, Sr. Miss Norton and is active with the majorettes.the band.and the Falconette: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kelly. She is a member
is a member of the Woodlawn United Presbyterian Church, a DeVon Renee Green, senior New Stanton Senior High Is the of Ebeneter Methodist Church. Activities include membershipin
member of the school chorus, the Student Council tilt Dramatic daughter of Mr. and Mr. Lewis Green, Sr. Miss Green is the Charles D. Brooks Chapter of the National Honor Society,
Club, the Spanish Club and is also a reporter for the affiliated with Bethel Baptist Institutional Church. An honor presidency of the 12-8 Homeroom, membership in La Bell's
senior class and an honor student. student, the young lady is affiliated with the Charles D. Brook Social and Savings Club and on the staff of the Annual.
Janice Paris, senior, i* a student at William M. Raines Chapter of the National Honor Society and with the La Legion Cynthia Elisabeth Kendrick, senior, William M.Raines Senior
Senior High SchooL She 1* the daughter of Rev and Mr*. ette Social Club. She is an assistant head majorette of the High is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Kendrick. She is BRENDA LANETTE COOPER VERALEE DELORB SUGGS
Curtis Paris, Sr. Miss Paris belongs to Grant Memorial New Stanton Marching Band. affiliated with Second Baptist Activities include: membership Miss Versus Delorl Suggs
Baptist. A majorette Mis Paris II. member of the Symphonic Faye Darling Griffin senior. Eugene J. Butler, i* the in the William Raines Chorus, Le Cercle Francais Bible Club, Brenda UNette Cooper senior senior New StantonSenlor High
Band Bible Club, Ladle of Raines and a member daughter of Mr. and Mr. Willie She 1* of Student Council and Student Ladies of Raines. Miss Kendrick at New Stanton Senior High and
of the William Raines Honor Society. Emanuel Baptist Church. Miss Griffin is a major a Is a student switchboard operator, an assistant student dean, School, daughter of Mrs. Sylvia School, daughter of Mr.Sr
Patricia Paschal an eleventh grade student at New Stanton member of the concert band, the Modern Dane Group and of and student accountant of the chorus. M. Cooper, wa* one of three Mrs Joseph P. Suits, for*
the second: runner-up
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Senior High School is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George the Annual Staff. Josephine Lloyd, senior, William M. Hales, is the daughter young ladles Miss Dint Revue Beta Alpha
S. Paschal and a member of Moncrief Baptist Church. Miss Mildred Loralyn Hagan, senior, William M. Raines, i* the of Mr. and Mr*. Peter Lloyd. Miss Lloyd belongs to SL Paul Revue category of tilt 1968 Beta Zete's 1968 Cotillion. -The
Paschal Is a D. E. at New Stanton and a member of the DECA daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Robert Hagans: and a member of the Lutheran Church. She is a member of the Ladles of Raines, Cotillion. Miss Cooper was first of the
Clubs of America. Midway AME Church. Activities include: membership in the of the chorus, the newspaper staff, the library staff and is a of the three chosen a* Muss young National lady Honor is ft member Society of tin
New Stanton Senior School school chorus the Ladles of Raines the Dramatic Club the Blue Revue. Her escort wa*
Sheila Pinkney, a High senior member of the Bowling League school a member of the Olivia
Stanton
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Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pinkney and is affiliated Spanish Club, the Bible Club the Senior Council, the Student Jeraldlne Lynch, eleventh grader at Matthew W. Gilbert, is Ernel B. Schell School of- H. Baldwin Club oItbt Y.W.CA
with Saint Plus Catholic Church. Activities include: Council and of the Club Les Optlmes. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fields. She is affiliated Senior High son
senior class treasurer member
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membership on the Yearbook Staff, the Student Council theY Carolyn Lovern Harris, senior, William M. Raise, 1* the with the First Baptist! Church and holds membership in the* Dr. and of the cheerleading squad
.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Amos Harris, Jr., and a member Marching and Symphony Bands. Jr. Young Schell 1* a graudat- and of the La Legionette "15.
Sharon Ann Sconiers, eleventh grade student at New Stanton of the St. Paul AME Church. Miss Harris a member of the Gwendolyn Mathews, senior, William M. Raines, 1* the log senior of the school Her escort.. Mr. Charles F.
Senior High, is the daughter of Mrs Ullla Sea Sconlers. Delta Twentj'Club. daughter of Mrs Delores T. Mathews and of Mr. Edmund A, Third Runnerup1IFllI71JjIl1 Waldon senior at William
Miss Sconlers is president of Usher Board No. Z and of the Pamela Faith Hartsfield, senior, New Stanton, is the daughter Mathews, Sr. She is a member of the St Paul AME Church. Raines con of Mr. and Mrs.
Glee Club of the schooL of Rev. W. S. Hartsfield and of Mrs Gloria Grant. Membership The deb belongs to the Annual staff and to the Alpha Omega Club. Dennis Alexander.
Mascelia Syndnell Shannon is a senior at New Stanton Senior is with Second Baptist Church Activities Include the Distributive Brenda Elizabeth Maxwell is a NewStantonSenlor High School r
High. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Shannon. Her Education Club, the Liberals Scolal Club and the Olivia H. student, in the eleventh grade. She is the daughter of Mr. and Il
church is Simpson Methodist. The deb is a member of tilt Baldwin Club of the Y.W.C.A. Mrs. Henry Maxwell and is affiliated with the Ebenezer I Ij
Honor Society, the Stanton Glee Club, tile Modern Music Sandra Vellnda Henry, senior, William M.Raines High School, Methodist Church. Activities include: memberlhp! 011 the Studellt Railroad Ladies
Master, the Yearbook Staff,and of the Y.W.C.A. Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mixon. She is Council and the secretariat: of the Methodist Youth Fellowship
Florence Maria Shaw, an elenth grade student at WilliamM. affiliated with the St. Plus Catholic Church. In addition to Joann Debris Mays, senior, New Stanton Senior High School, Efb j j
Raines High School, la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John being a cheerleader, tilt debutant*-is a member of the Student Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie L. Ida)'.. She is a Auxiliary Meets
Clennon Shaw. Miss Shaw is a member of the Baptist denomi Council the Psychology Club, the 4-H Club, the Y.W.C.A. member of the Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Activities Include:
nation. Activities are with the Marching and Symphonic Band and of Club Alpha Omega. membership with the Future Homemakers of America and the The SCLAC Railroad A&a11a
the Ladle of Raines Club, the Tornadoes Club and the Deborah Hills, eleventh grader at Douglas Anderson Junior- Junior Usher Board. Ladies Auxiliary will meet with
Modern Dance Group. Senior High School, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Moses Johnnte Elaine McCloud, senior a New StantonSenlor High Mrs. Mail Smith, 7139 East
Karen Gale Simmons, senior in William Raines Senior High Williams and a member of Jerusalem Baptist. Activities include student, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCloud, Sr. Rhode Island Drive, at I p.m., '
School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmons, the band, the orchestra and the Student Council, of which She is affiliated with the Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Activities ;M Friday night, May 17. Mrs
and a member of Mt. Bethel Baptist Church. Activities include .she is president. include: the ASOA, the Y.W.C.A., tilt Y.M.C.A. and the Youth Willie Mae Shlpp is president
the school chorus, the Psychology Club, the Honor Society, Bennye Lavete Irving senior,William M.Raines,i*the daughterpf Council on Civil Affairs. 4 All wives and daughters of rail
Uu Senior Council and the French Club. : Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Irving and a member of Simpson Constance Marie McCrary, senior, Douglas Anderson, is the road employees are invited to
Arena Elaine Miles, senior, New Stanton, is the daughter of Methodist Church.Activities include: the chorus.Ladles of Raines, daughter of Mrs. N.D.McCrary.She is a member of Jerusalem Jola.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miles. She is a member of the St. Paul Student Council, Bible Club and the Las Amlges Club, and the Baptist Activities Include: the band, the orchestra, the Newspaper
4MB Church. Activities include: membership in the Marching Y.W.C.A. Club and the Speech Club. Semi Social
and Concert bands, the National Honor Society and the La Poinsette Dedgenna Jackson: senior, William M. Raines, is the Ava Gigs Williams eleventh grade student, is t student at the CHAUNCEYREREE DANZY
Legionettes Social club.; daughter of Mr*. Sateria Ray, and of Mr. James Jackson: Miss .New StantonSenlor HighSchool/ and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Renee Danzy daughter Savings Guest
.Sandra Tompkins, senior, William M. Raines Senior High Jackson: is a member of Dayspring Baptist Church. Activities John Robinson. Her church affiliation Is with the Mt. Olive AME of Mr*. Mary L.,Pansy
is the daughter of Mrs. Doretha Tompkins and is affiliated include membership with the William Raine Bandy the Drama Church. The young lady is parliamentarian of the Epsilon ,was the third runner-up la the, of Mrs. C. HallThe
with Gregg's Temple. Activities include: membership in the tics Club and the Psychology Club. Gamma Omega Club, director of her own dancing school, recent Beta Alpha Zeta Cotillion
Psychology Club the Bible Club, the Annual Staff. Sandra is Richardean Alice E. Jackson: senior, William Raines, is the cheerleader squad and a member of the Armed Servicesof of 1968. Each of the three Semi Social Savings Club
editor of the Newspaper Staff, is a library assistant and is daughter of Rev and Mrs. R.W. Jackson: and a member of the America Club. chosen la the Miss Blue Revue meeting will be Monday night
president of the 12-10 Homeroom.Angela Jerusalem Baptist Church. Activities Include: the school chorus, Janice Marie Mitchell eleventh grade New Stanton Senior category were a tiara. Miss In the home of Mr*. Christine
Naomi Washington eleventh grade student at New the Bible Club, Le Cercle Francais and the SjS. Council. High is the daughter of Mrs.Marian Mitchell.She is a member Danzy' escort was Alvin C. Bell, 1218 West 26m Street.
Stanton Senior High is, the daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Jlnimle Gall Johnson, eleventh grade, Matthew W.Gilbert,is the daughter of the Mt.Ararat Baptist! Church.Activities include: membership Jones, of New Stanton Senior The Bible Verse begins with the
Washington and a member of St. Matthews Baptist Church. The of Mrs Virginia Johnson. She i* a member of St Pius in the ASOA Club,the Olivia H. Baldwin Chapter of the Y.WC.A. High School,MO of Mr.and Mr*. letter L Mrs. Elnora Small Is
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PHILADELPHIA The AME General conference restored n 4N. UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTST
Bishop D. Ward Nichols to the episcopal bench Thursday, May Rev. Jake Ray,pastor.Address 813 PippinStreeL Sunday School
9, by the overwhelming voted 100 to 318. begins at MO with Mrs Loiu M. Robinson and teachers In.
Bishop Nichols was presiding district was not known when charge. 'nIe'lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The
over Florida in 1957 when he the episcopal committee, morning service begins at 11 a.m. with Deacons A J. Robinson
was suspended for mishandling headed by Dr. L. M. Whalen, 4 +YJ0.r and Lonnie L. Brooks In charge of devotions. The pastor win
funds. The trial Was conducted an old friend of Nichols met. deliver the major sermons from the topic or"Love" All choirs
by the late Bishop R.R.Wright. At the last General Conference, 'wUJ serve throughout the day along with Usher Board No: I air I
In the background was >Bishop be tried to restore Bishop The evening service.4 p.m., with Holy Com
S. L. Greene. Nichols, but tailed t mcmlo: administered. The pastor win go to Greater*
Both are now dead. An effort was also made to Jerusalem Baptist Monday night. He will be accompanied by the)
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The General Conference of expand the districts to twenty- congregation, the officers and official staff.
1960 and again In 1964 upheld one, breaking up some of,the

the suspension of Bishop present districts, but the HOI FY C.M.E,
Nichols. He appealed to 1M general conference turned It Rev Dave McElvln pastor. Mrs Eva Mae Gilbert secretary.:;
civil courts, and this past fall down. Address: Third and Franklin Streets. The annual Men's Day
the civil appellate court reversed will be celebrated Sunday. begins at 9:30. The
the conviction of Bishop morning service begins at 11 a.m., with Ed'lYUdColey as chair
Nichols and It's believed the Leona Daniels man. 'I
Tishop could have collected

Urge sums In damages. It Is Day Is Fountain BETHLEHEM BAPTIST

not known whether his resto-' Rev W L. Williams pastor. Mrs. Vivian Wilson reporter. Address -
ration has cleared up this whole : Sixth and Madtsoo Streets. Sunday School begins at 9:30:
matter, which has been pending' A.M.E. PlanThe with Superintendent Eugene Sawyer and Mrs. Lillie Webbert
for eleven years. in charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. B.T.U.

He was elected ,in 1940 and twenty-first annual observance convenes at 5 p.m. The evening service begins at 6:30 p.m. The
would be senior bishop now. of Leona Daniels Day Albert Milton will be General ..- H d, p.\tr.; CUJdJ Senior Choir and Usher Board No.3 will serve throughout the day.
Just where Bishop Nichols will the morning service, at 11 Rorbert Wright is Co-chaIr- will assist Albert Milton, General
will be celebrated >In the Chairman for Men's Day at
be sent; if he is, given a borne Fountain Chapel AYE Church Grant Memorial A.M.E.Churcb a.m. Dr. A.J. Reddlct II pu- man' of Men's Day at Grant Chairman.Wright will pre- ALLONDALE MISSIONARY BAPTISTRev

Sunday, May 19. on May 26. He will preside at tor of the church.Greater Memorial A.M.E. Church. He side at the evening service.Dr. Riley pastor. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. The morning .
Sunday School will begin at A.J. Reddick is pastor. service begins at 11 a.m. 3 p.m., the Communion win be
Rev. C E. Smith 9:30; Mrs. Clotee Prldgeonwill administered. Rev. H.T. OverstreetAt win be In charge.

speak In the morning serviceat Hampton Alumni MacedoniIs Dr. J.C. Sams Rev. Eddie J.

Celebrates Two 11 a.m. Mrs. Rovena Hughes SWEETFffiLD BAPTISTRev.
and Mrs.Audry Brown will sing. Unit HasRecruitment Set For Will Speak Rivers D. B. Barnes pastor. Sunday School opens at 9:30 with
Church Annuals At 3 p.m. the men will be in SpeaksAt Ralford McKlnnoo and teachers in charge. Baptism WIll be administered
chugs Bishop Frank Jones TeaThe in the morning service,at 11 a.m.Rev. D. B. Barnes,
will preside. Prophet Alvin 1.. Jacksonville Chapter of Deaconess Day Fla. MemorialThe Simpson M.E. pastor, will deliver the sermon. The revival meeting closed
Rev. C. E. Smith, pastor of the Jones will speak. At 6:30 the' Friday. The pastor will deliver the sermon Sunday evening at
Westlight Baptist Church of youth program will be presented the National Hampton Alumni Greater Macedonia Baptist's Seventy-Six Annual Commencement Rev. Eddie J. Rivers, superintendent 5:30.: Choirs No. 1 No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and MOo 2
Woodbine, Ga., will observe hi* under the direction of Mrs. Association will hold Its annual Deaconess Board No. 1, Mrs at the Florida of the Sarah Hunt WIll serve. Mrs. Vinnie Mae Hues will serve u organist
eighth anniversary as pastor on Bernice Lauray. recruitment Tea for prospective Florence Brown president, will Memorial College Is set for May Children's Home, Daytona Mrs. Dorothy Green will be at the piano. Rev. Barnes expecting
Sunday, May 19. Rev. smith Hampton Institute students celebrate Its anniversary on 19 and 20, according to Dr. Beach, Florida will be the aU financial reports Sunday. The plans for women's day
serves also as pastor of t UM aNew t 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, Sunday, May 26, at S p.m. R. W. Puryear, college president guest preacher at Simpson Me- are In progress. Mrs. T.V. Ran en Is chairman. Mrs. Vera
Greater New Bethel Baptist Zion Baptist In the library of the Afro- District No. 4 will meet with thodist Church, Sunday morn Wright Is co-chairman. The date Is Sunday, June 23.
Church of Jacksonville, Fla' American Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Edith Lewis, 1174 Jennings Dr. James Carl Sams pastor ing at the 1100 service. Rev.

Rev. Smith will be accompan Students Indicating an InterestIn Friday night, at t p.m. of Second Baptist Churci,Jacksonville Rivers Is a native floridian, MAGNOLIA BAPTISTRev.
led by the entire congregation In Fernandina attending Hampton Instituteand Services: Sunday will begin with will deliver the Baccalaureate a graduate of Clark College, W. S. Peoples pastor. Address: 5729 Avenue B. Sunday
New Bethel Baptist Cars will their parents or guardians the Sunday School at 9:30. Deacon Sermon on Sunday and of Gammon Theological School begins at 9:45, with Deacon T.L. Hackley and teachers:
leave the church, 7928 Matter, CelebratesThe arc Invited to attend. John E. Singleton and afternoon May 19 at 300.: Dr. Seminary, Atlanta Ga. in charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. A program
at 9 a.m. The anniversary ser This program Is an annual teachers will be In charge.R.v. SIms has distinguished himself He has served as minister ofEbenier will be presented following the baptism. Elder Walter M. Tins-
a moo will be delivered by the 98th adversary of the New event sponsored by the t local Oliver will give the review. as a religious leader and was Methodist Church He ley will preach, Tuesday at 7 p.m. WIll be prayer service.
Rev. G.M. Mlzel of St. Mary, Mt Zion Baptist Church ofFernandlna Hamptonlans for the purposed The morning worship will begin recently elected President of now serves his fourth year In
Ga., at 11 a.m. Beach: and the third providing an opportunity for at 10:45: with consecration: and the National Baptist Convention this present position. At 4 p.m. FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST 5
The Greater New Bethel anniversary of the pastor Rev. J. W. Marshall Duval County high school devotions being conducted by of America. He Is a graduated the anniversary of Usher Board Rev. H. Robinson pastor Address: First and Pearce Streets?
will begin Monday night, will terminate on Monday, students to obtain detailed Information Deacon Melton and bis staff. Florida Memorial College No. Z., 'Mrs. Vernell Glover, Sunday School begins at 930. The morning service begins tl
May 20. Services will be held May 20.Special. about Hampton Choirs No. 1 and No. 3 will and Florida A It M University president, will to held.The Methodist 11:30. The pastor will preach. At 4 p.m. District No. t wU
nightly at 7:30 with various, services will be held Institute. sing. Usher Boards No. 1 and of Tallahassee. Among honors Men will have charge of meet at the church with Deacon Winston as chairman.: Th*
churches in charge.Participants on Sunday, May 19, throughout At 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Immediately No. t will tern. received by Dr. SIms are the the evening worship 6:30 p.m. church plans a trip to American Beach
churches, pastors the day. At 11 a.m. Re,. C. J.Walkins following the tea, the These districts will meet at 1.. 1.. D. and the D. D.Degrees.Dr. by the men for the benefit of Men's Day. on MaJ'l'IlpOIIIore4
officers and musical former pastor of the chapter will hold a brief meeting 3 p.nu No.1, with Mrs. Carrie Sams is a member of the
groups taking part In the Grew church and moderator of the to flnallu. reports for the Centennial Getten, 1203 East 26th; Mo.' t, Board of Trustees of Florida Sarah McGinnis tOLOSSIANS BAPTIST

ter New Bethel services art Union St. James Assoc Institute Fund Alumni and the Hampton with Mrs. Ruth 3ritbMr.and Memorial College and the Ed. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor. Address: 1154 West 31st Street
scheduled as follows: will speak Anmul-Clvint 23rd Circle; No. Club Meets Mrs. Alice Boston and the Bostonettes along with Ruben Smith
Monday night: May 20 Rev. be furnished by aU of the choirs Fund. Mrs Walter Gardner, Brldltr and the McCloud Singers, will give a program at 8 p.m., la the
W.M. Merrltt, CUbS ChapelA.M.E. of the church with Mrs. Street; No. S, with Mr.and Mrs. Sunday at FourThe auditorium of the church for Dual Day. Mrs. E. Crawford Is
., and Rev. R. Galnous, Marguerite Rice and Mrs. Glendale Flowerites Julius Polite, 1120 East 24th;; sponsor Sunday School begins -9:30. The morning worship
Macedonia Primitive Gloria Grant In charge.: MOo 6 with Deacon and Mrs. Sarah McGinnis Missionary .
Baptist; b@cInIatl1: a.m.;, the evening worship at 6 p.m. Rev. R. J.
Tuesday, Summerville Baptist, At 2:30 p.m. Abyssinia Baptist Plan' Big W. urWrlcht, 1228 Evtrgrtw. Society of New Bethel AME ,Crawford,' pastor/ WIll;deliver both 'tormani;'Choir ton 1 and
Rev. !=.L. Boyd, IDeSCoocSSIK>p. Church of Jacksonville will be Evening worship will be at Church will meet with Mr. and Usher'' Board No. 1 will serve all day. Mrs. Carolyn Limbedwill
herd Rev. A.L. Garvln; Wednesday In charge of the services. Rev 6.30. The speaker for both services Mrs. Ralph Watkins, 3925 be recital '
presented on May 26 In a at I
Holy Temple Church of B. L. Wynn Is pastor. On Mon AnniversaryThe will be selected. Weekly Pearce, Sunday, at 4 p.m. Mrs. itorium. She win be presented by Mrs. Doretha p.m., In the aud
God, Elder C. D. KInsey; and day night the First Baptist activities include: Tuesday B. W. Zelgler will be in charge Viola will Ross. Mrs.
Courage
narrate. This Is for Dual
Sunshine Holiness Church Church of Tales, Rev. D. V. Glendale Flower Club will night, 7:30. Prayer Meeting and of lessons. Rev. E. Jones Is. Crawford is Day. Mrs. E.
sponsor. Dual Day Is June
Orange I: Park, Rov. J. J. WU.o Slngletary, pastor, will be in June celebrate Its fourth anniversary Bible Study; Wednesday night pastor. Mrs. Olivia Harrell Is begins Tuesday at 7:30. 23. Prayer service
liams. charge of the closing services. B at the Brooks Prayer I pm., rehearsal for Choirs president
House, from 4 to 6 p.m. Rev. No. 1 and No. 3
Thursday, Friendship Baptist; ; Friday night FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
: Reverend B. Hartley, pastor of Friendly I rehearsal for ChoirsNo. i Mt. Carmel
Remus Smith Friday, p.m., Baptist Rev Remus
Smith
; Is
pastor. Address New
Allen Baptist. Church: will be the : King's Road. Sunday
; First New Zion Chapel's S and No. 4; Thursday
Baptist
Rev School
begins at 9:30. The'
speaker Mrs. A11c. Johnson : morning service begins at 11
: E. Moore, and Revelation noon, prayer meeting. Women Plan Annual
Baptist wiy serve as mlstrtssof cere am. District No. 3 will hold the monthly meeting Sunday at
Rev. C.L. Telfalr. Many Men's Day monies. Others appearing will Mt Carmel Baptist will 3 p.m., on May 19, to the home of Deacon John Wilson, 7903
: other groups and prominent be: Mrs. Ellen Jones, Horace Dallas Preacher observe Women's New Kings Road.'nit trustee board will have a program Sun

citizens will be present. Committee MeetsThe Williams, Mrs.Bonnie Frailer, May 19..Rev C.C.Davis CaJ'SundaJ'is day, May 19, at 3 p.m., In the church. Rev. Hook; will speak.
Mrs. Alberta Pars by, the Will Address DR. J. C. SABS tor. pas Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and Usber Boards No. 1 and No. t wW

Allen Boston Singers -The Traveling ward Waters College of Mrs. Mary Daniels will to serve all day. Music will be by Mrs. Black: and Mrs. Johnson.
for the pastor
organisation
FellowcraltDegree The
Chapel AME Church's annual Stars and Vera&nJam1n. Mem Second Jacksonville and holds mein.bership for the day Mrs. Daisy evening worship begins at 7 p.m.
bets of the Champion Serving Baptist on the Community Cooper Is chairman.Sunday : .
Men's Day, scheduled: for July NEW REDEEM
BAPTIST
Will Club will
be
guests. Evangelist Relations Committee
will be held immediately following Bessie E. Mason Is president. Rev. R. It Wilson of Dallas Jacksonville.On of with Mrs.School Mary begins Daniels at aDd 9.30 Rev. E,1. Norman, pastor. Address: 1614 30th Street Sunday

Be Conferred the the morning services to the Mrs. Martha Williams Is reporter Texas, and Rev. Baston of Monday, May 20, at 10:00: Mrs. Edith Howard in chute School begins at 9:30 with Deacon Eunice, superintendent, and
church according
Baltimore, will preach ,at a.m. the Commencement Address Mrs. Renelda -Jenkins will be teachers in charge Rev Norman will review the lesson.
pastor, Rev J. C. Bannerman. The
Second Baptist Sunday, the first will be delivered morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Deacons win be inTheseedisCL
: On Saturday, May 18,at 8 p.m.. Guests for the morning by Dr. guest superintendent,along with : "
at 410 Broad Street, the fellow- services Sunday will be the carver Club Plans in the morning, and the latterIn TheophUus EUxha McKinney, guest teachers. Mrs. Emma tricts devotions. Choirs and eNo "* No. Z win serve
the evening. Jr. executive ? will meet at 4 P0- 3,4, 8 and 9. The
craft degree will beconferred members of the nursing class associate Education Milton. B.T.U, Will meet at 5:15 ,
., on a class of candidates: with under the direction of Mrs. Sunday ProgramThe Activities begin with UM and World Affairs, In At 11 a.mt Mrs Dora B. In charce. The evening: with Deacon C.H. Smith and. teachers:
School The lesson will worship
Sunday begins
at 1
Past Master R. R. Pettiford Rebecca Thompson. New York City. Dr. McKlnney Washington Mrs. Mary Mobleyand wW be delivered Pm. Both sermons
br the
in charge. On May 19 at 2:30: Tarver Club will give a be reviewed by J.C.Sams. has distinguished himself as a Mrs. Alma Cook will be in at '1:30. Bible Study takes pastor. Prayer Meeting II Tuesday
p.m. the Master Masons of Baptist Ministers program at the House of God, pastor. Consecration rites will scholar and educator, having charge. Guest speaker will be EMANUEL place at 6 Poll.
Duval 1725 West 28th, on Sunday be held for the deacons,deaconesses served as an instructor In BAPTIST
County District No. I Mrs. Annett .and
Espey
ushers and children at guest Teachers meeting and Prayer Meeting will be held at the'
19.Participants ,
will assemble at the First May government at both Carver College .soloist WIll be
Bap Wives Have Mrs.Marie
tint Church in College Park. MeetingThe will be: United 10:45 The Baptist Training and Tufts University and Atkins. At 3:30 Mrs. Helen usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge. On WedDesclaJ'
Rev. F. D. Davis Is pastor. Baptist Ministers Wives Holiness Choir, House-of God Union will meet at 5:45: p.ra as Political Science Professor Hampton and Mrs. Loretta Choir No. 2 will rehearse, at 8 p.m. On Thursday a noon
Choir Christian Home Week will be day prayer service will be held at UM Board
church. Usher
Mrs. Katie Lou Dawson at both Florida A & M University
They will assist the North Jai held their last meeting in the Henry will be in charge. The
Lodge No. 387 in cornerstone home of the president, Mrs.C. Mrs; Ella Williams, The observed throughout the week Tallahassee and Southern guest speaker will be Seletta CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
service. Rev. W. Williams Thomas Singers, Mrs lads with special emphasis on pray University, Baton Rouge, La,
E. Young, L 927 West will Newkirk. B.T.U. opens at 6 ,
activities be
Floyd Rev Vivian Williams er. Special Dr. j
McKInney received the
pastor of Tabernacle, will be Twenty-Second. p.m. Mrs. Grace Anderson and
the speaker. English Girardeau Mrs. Williams was greeted Mrs. J. Perkins and Miss Annie told Friday night at 7 p.m. The A. Degree at BowdoinCollege Mrs. Carrie Styles will be in Programmed For West Union

will give the occasion. H. Simmons with the birthday song. Members Ruth Randolph. Elder J. Y. council of the Sunday School and the A. M., M. A. L. D., charge. Mrs Thelma Thompson
Tarver Is pastor Mrs. Mary officers and teachers: will also and the PhJ from
is D.:C. G. M. of the group>> presented Degrees will be guest president.
her with'a birthday gift, a Davis is sponsor to held. the Fletcher School of Law,

brief case, with her name en Tufts University, and has done
First Born advanced research at the University
It Covers Gray Hair graved. St Thomas Tabernacle Women
of Rangoon Burma. In
,
Wm. J. Brandt's Liquid The next meeting will be
Monday in the home of Rev and PlansWomen's Holds Pastoral 1954 Dr. McKinney was the Celebrate
Baptist Sunday
EAU DENNA Mrs. A. F. Cummings, 755 representative of the American
Acorn, at 5:30 p.m. AU Baptist Friends Service Committee at Tabernacle Baptist Institu
HAIR COLORED
women are invited. Luncheon Day Day Sunday nzach Conference on "Work tidal Church's WomenDaywill
Will cover gray hair in 10 too was served. Camps In Economically Underdeveloped be Sunday. Mrs.Willie D. Lucas
$ minutes. No pack. No mess., St. Thomas Baptist will First Born Temple, 825 West Countries" at Orach, of Mt Sinai Baptist will to> the
Anyone can put it on at horn. observe its annual Women'sDay Monroe, will observe Pastoral France. An international guest superintendent The lesson
i WILL NOT TURN HAIR In Memoriam onSunday,May 19,throughout Day Sunday. traveler, he has visited Western will to reviewed by Mrs.
REDDISH In loving memory of my the day. Mrs. Mary Greene Sunday School begins at 10 Europe, Africa, the Middle Sadie Alexander of St John's T
; It will not rub bU, it stays on dear daughter, our mother will be associate pastor and a.m. Rev, M. McQueen Is superintendent East, Eastern Asia and the. Baptist Church. Mrs. Virginia : )
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several months. Shampooing and sister Paulette T, will preside. The morning worship Caribbean. Mack of Mt Sinai will speak In
E, sea bathing, sun, permanent Brooks, who passed away one The regular order of services begins at 11 a.m. Elder Dr. McKinney currently holds the morning service. Mrs.Jack
t waving, curling or straighten year ago May 19, 1967. for the day will be initiated I Hill, pastor, will speak in! the membership on the Board of Ray will be mistress of cere
inglronuothiagtakesltoff.Ycan on Friends came: in to comfort, with the Sunday School at 9:30 moaning The Y.P.C.W. meetsat Directors Westchester Legal monies. Singers will be
present
cover any gray hair no mat Brought flowers by the with Miss Marie Merr at 5:30. The'even1nc worship Service, lac. and Is First Vic e from the Mt. Olive AXE.
f ter how stubborn orhowcaused. score, Did many things to superintendent, and guest begins at 7 p.m. A special sermon President and member of the Church. The evening services I J1.
BLACK STAYS BLACK comfort Til they could dq teachers In charge. The mornIng will be delivered 1 by the Board of Directors, Parkway begin at 5 pjn Mrs. Essie Mae !
f WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING no more. service begins at 11 ajn- pastor Homes Civic Association White Thomas will be guest soloist

I lrp We often sit and think of you, with combined choirs and St. Paul Usher Plains, New York. Mrs. J. M. Hazleton will speak. ,.MRS BARBARA 1., WALKERTh :SARAH
CUYYIIYCB
fcOES NOT INTERFERE WITH Pauletee. When we art all groups of ushers assisting. AU youth choirs meet Wed e Women ct West Union Baptist
PERMANENT WAVING: alone For memory Is the only Mrs. Hortense Neal will to St. Luke nesday afternoon for rehearsal plans for their annual Women's Church are making flat
CAUTION: Use as directed on thing that grief can call Its speaker. Mrs. Jacqueline Board Meets BaptistAnniversary tat 5:30. The teachers meeting 19, 1968. Mrs Sarah Day Celebration OIl Sunday, May
labeL Colors: Black, Dark own. Davis will be the guest soloist will be at 6:45. Prayer Meeting Day. The speaker for the CUIIIII11np wW serve u Pastor of:" the
Brown, Medium Brown. Mrs. Carrie T. Goodson; At S p.m. the Young Adult May 22 ListedThe takes place at 7:30. 1. Walker, Counselor at morning worship w11lbe Mrs. Barbara
Eugene
Price per box $2.98 plus Federal mother, Solomon, Jr., son, Group will be in charge. The and a member of WoocSlawn Butler JunIor-8eDlor HIgD School:
Tax. Beverly and Antionette social hour will be held at Usher Board No. 2 of St'Paul anniversary of the St Luke Florida solist wW be Mrs. Presbyterian Church The pst
t Brooks; daughters, Louise 5 p.m. At 7 p.m. a musical A.M.E. Church will meet Wednesday Baptist Church Sunday School: MemorialThe Mrs. Norma S. White Kati.StrictlandorDaySprlne BaptIst Church,
: DIXIE PHARMACY and Annette Taylor, slithers will be presented featuring the night May 22, at the WIll to Sunday, May 26. The Commencement Activities the speaker for the BTU ci SL PblWpe Episcopal Church WIll be
Alpnonso Taylor,brother. combined choirs of the churcb.Mis. church at 8 p.m. Business of persons will take part Percy of Florida Memorial College during the Hour A musical will be presented
it. 1302 Kings Rd.Jj&jc Fla. Hortense Neal will serve importance will to transacted. 'Clarett Is superintendent Rev will be held May 16 to 20 at Chairman evening the WomeD'worship Mra. Beatrice Evans Is serving u
ax narrator. U. C. Chambers Is president ],I. J. Trowell is pastor. St Augustine, Florida. asC a Day WIth Mra Martha P. Cummings

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i *A.M.E. Zionites Refuse to Call Bishop W.J.: Walls To Service St. StephenStewards i

And ;i

"Mr. A.M.E. Zion" Could Not Presides A.C.E. League Second Baptist Seeks Ordination Seeks Ordination Stewardesses Meet


'Gainer Sufficiency For MoveIn St. Stephen AME: Church's
Will Meet WithSt. Senior Choir Is Stewardess Board No. 1 will

celebrate, along with the

the most spirited bottle ever recorded lot recall of bishopsin Planning For Tea Stewards Board, a Joint 76th
the AME: Zion Church,the 500 delegates ot the 38th Quadrennial AndrewsThe anniversary Sunday at 3 P.rn.1D.
Session of the General Conference, failed to recall the the sanctuary of the church. ,
venerable Bishop William J. Walls, for active service by A.C.E. League will hold The Senior Choir of Second Rev. Isaac Gaudy* pastor of I
eight votes, in Detroit. Its regular youth meeting Sun- Baptist Church will have its Lewis Memorial AME, will be I

Bishop Walls, known In their 74th birthday, after which day, May 19, at 3 p.m., at initial Spring Tea Sunday May pastor. He will be accompaniedby
religious circles u "Mr. AME they are retired at one-half St. Andrew AME Church, Jack 19, in the home of Mr.and Mrs. the church. The Junior choir
Zion Church", and perhaps the salary. Bishop Walls, reachedthe sonville Beach. Rev. S. J. Walter Calhoun,1830 West 24th, of St Stephen's will take part..
Kite will be ordained
Robert is pastor. A motorcade Rev. Jobe Mrs. Marie Collins Is chair
from 3.30 to 5
retirement In 1960 but
top name in Negro Christian age p.m.
will form at the Myrtle Avenue along with Rev.Jeremiah man. Cornelius Boyd Is
He retired The follows Prayer
dom, was stunned at his loss, was recalled. was program : ,
and proceeded to outline his again at the 1964 General Con Library parking lot at 2 p.m. Deacon James Tramble; Scripture Robinson at Church the Sunday Royal co-chairman.
ference of Harry Williams is program Deacon Robert Givens Tabernacle
sacrificial prosecution duties by a margin seven ;
attendant to the high office of votes. Thus, he has been a chairman. A. C. Cottrell is Introduction of Mistress of morning, May Is 19. Rev. Lee ot Friendly WestsideUshersHaveRevival
MRS MOZELL JONES supervisor. McQueen pastor
bishop and --other positions of candidate for recall three Ceremonies by Mrs. LoreathaL.
Mrs. Mozell Jones publicity the church.
trust he has held both in and times. In order for a bishop to chairman for the Annual Women" Bush: Mistress ot Ceremonies
out of the church. There were be recalled he must garner the at Jersualem Unit Mrs. Mary Lee Banks.
majority of one of the duly- Day Bap A.l. Fleming Welcome address, Mrs. Carrie
mixed emotions to a dramatic tist Church 19 The Friendly Westslde Ushers
presentation. There were tear seated delegates attending. In at 2900 Old,SL Sunday Augustine, May Rd.,, Singleton, Response Mrs Alma Lily White Lodges Rev. Jeremiah Robinson of the Union will have the revival hour
filled eyes, and sorrylng this event the magic number the Southslde. The observancewill Plans Meeting Seen Harris; Reading, Mrs. Mary Royal Tabernacle Baptist Sunday at 2:45 with New Bethel' .
expressions as be told ot his wan 250. begin with the Sunday School Heard, Solo, Mrs.Alice Boston; 'Will Attend Funeral Church, called to the ministry AME: Church. Rev.E.Jones will
many experiences u a boy Delegates of the General Conference at 9:30. and will be followed by The A. L. Fleming Chapter No. Introduction of Speaker, Mrs. recently; will be ordained be host pastor. Devotions will
preacher, pastor, editor, Star of the AME: Church the morning worship at 11 a.m., 45 will have a meeting Tues- Mary Lue Davis; AddressRev. Sunday May 19, in the morning be conducted by'Deacon Leroy
decided to retain 12 Larry Boston. All White Lodges and the service of the church Rev. Joe
Episcopal Lily
of Zion, evangelist, orator with Mrs. Zenevious Stripling day, May 21, at 6 p.m. at 410 Moreland. The choir of the
civilrights Districts la the propagation of The offering will be super Royal Court members should Croom will deliver the
statesman, historian, : as speaker at 7 p.m. Other officers Broad St., the Masonic Temple. church will serve along with the
Zion Methodism to the world.A vised Cleveland Raymond attend the funeral of Mrs.Leila
leader, and bishop. are:Mrs.Corlne Waters, Worthy Matron E. Watkins will by ,message. Rev. Croom pastor Usher Board No.1. Mrs.
He was elected Indianapolis, movement to cut to 11 was Chairman and Mrs. Lucille make her report from the 75th and Lee Frank Bush. Mrs. Mays Saturday at Day Spring .of the Jerusalem Baptist Frankle Owens will present
Ind., 1924, and made meteoric overwhelmingly defeated. However Merritt, Co-chairman. Rev. R. annual session of the OES. De- Madle D. Jones, president will Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. Church. Deacon Dan Jerrettis Mrs. Alberta Foster as
rise to the top. He has served the retention ot twelve W. Jackson Is pastor. puty Queen B. Williams will make remarks. Willie H. Matthews Deputy Pearl Washington will chairman. Rev. Lee McQueen mistress of ceremonies. Phillip
as senior bishop and voice of districts poses another serious hold the election. will serve as musician. be In charge. Is pastor of the church. Alback Is president of the Union.
... ... ... .
AME Zion Church since IMS. development, that ot a contiguous # # .. .:. ..
He has represented the denomination district. There are now
on all national and ten districts (domestic) with I Day Spring Will

International church bodies. He Bahama Islands, South
,was one of the founders of the America, Virgin Islands and Hold
,Federal Council of Churches the Caribbean being attached ProgramsFor
,and served with the American to two of them. There are tow
I Bible Society, Roosevelt University districts la Africa, Ghana Foundings
: the National Negro and Liberia.

: Business League, the National Contiguity is being brought DaySprlng Baptist Church will
.Committee of the Y.M.C.A.the closer In focus In view of the celebrate two anniversariesfrom
National Council of Churches, scattered areas which constitute -
May 19 to an Including
Churches some of the districts. One
the World Council of
Monday May 27. The first is
,
In the state of
bishop begins
< and NAACP
the 84th anniversary of the
The recall of bishops Is considered Washington, and ends In church. The second Is the 31st

controversial as one issues of of the the most de- Augusta the Hudson, Go;River another and travels beginsat Cyrus anniversary Weaver.of Rev. and Mrs. SUPERVISORS SALE- FRI. AND SAT ONLY Find Red Balloons for

nomination In view of the fact the Caribbean. There are those
Preachers congregations official .
.
...
I that bishops are elected for life who say that some ot the -.r. v
musical
tosen.antil districts are too thinly spread. groups, groups
and are permitted and auxiliary groups will be PICK A BALLOON
General Conference closest to present each night FOR A OUSBANPLIT r.

Central CME Board A schedule presented to the GOLDEN HiTRECtiRDSH I I ,
FLORIDA STAR Includes
Pl'I'I'I'I'II' lFI"1 : .

Ir.latkt NewsrIIIIIIIIII'I Holds AnniversaryThe Simpson Monday Rev.and night William Zion Reverend Hope Hill and Baptistand E.Mt.R. 1:4S; : I Ir


Board ot Christian Education Calvary Tuesday, Macedonia
!!: of the Central Methodist Baptist, Rev. B.L. Wynn and
Episcopal Church will celebrate Abyssinia Baptist, Rev. T.R.
SYMPOSIUM Its twenty- wth anniversary Lee and Sprlnghlll Baptist and
Margaiet Hopkins, Van Venn Sunday morning; May Rev. C.W.WhlttooandMt Pleasant s 1IIllwh I7 .

.Lewis and Dane Ede'ardsalang 19, at U a.m. la the church's Baptist .
,with the chair man of the science auditorium. And: Wednesday Rev. B.H.
department H.O. GUI, were Mrs. SaD,. MathIs, councilwoman Hartley and Friendly Baptist,
selected to attend the Fifth will be the principal Reverend R.L. Smith and Frist l 1.w
,Florida Junior Scelence, Engineering speaker. Timothy Baptist, Rev. W. L. f 1 i 1 1
andHumanltiesSym- Other persons scheduled to Jones and First Corinth Baptist r

,iposlunv The Symposium, was ,appear are Mrs. Willie D. Lucas and Rev. W. C. Mitchell. 1,..
held at the) University of Mrs. ADD D.McCl1JJI,Urs. ;lid Little Rock Baptist 1 ; ,
Florida Gainesville, from May Jessie Beddle, Mrs. Henrietta Thursday: Rev. D. J. Graham ttcff I.itI oz. nit fin ot virgin stool
'.. to 11. Graham Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, and Mt. Ararat Baptist St. i
The participant were carried Mrs. Johnny Cowart Mrs. Sarah Thomas Baptist Reverend.L.
through a variety of science Seynour, James Solomon. Wilson and West Friendship KNITTING YARNQuality
subjects aloof with the Mrs. Tbelma Green, The Mt Baptist. Friday Rev. A. F.
Humanities. Mortab A.M.E. Church No. 2 Cummings and West Union Baptist
and the William Raines Choral Rev. H.L. Herod and MtMorlah
OBJECTIVESTo Ensemble Mrs. Z.C. Merrl- Baptist and Rev. B. J. for sweat

weatber, !Ulysses Glover Lewis Lane and Mt Sinai Baptist era, afghans .. all fashion "
promote the study of the Carter and William Sbellman. Sunday, Rev E.T. Graham, accessories. Pull skein is II

sciences and mathematics particularly Rev M.C.Merrlweather Is pas- pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist ="' ready for use Mothproof
.
at the high school tor. Mrs. J.G. Wyatt Is p ul- Miami, guest speaker. .,a.as efeael-t..
'dent Monday Rev. J.C. Sams and i Top colors.'
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level, to demonstrate the part '
,which the humanities play lathe Second Baptist Rev. J.S.Johnson MESH NYLONS
development of the scientist Elder Mrs and St Stephen's A.M.E. BIO _tl. .11,," .

; to emphaslve the importance Reverend R. A. King and Payne
of both the sciences and Collins PlanAnniversary Price A.M.E. and Rev. G.A. Low AINTIYIIA'SHEAVY
humantles to the pt"fl cultural and st.Matthew BaptistChoirs S 4, IIC
) and general welfare. No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4t. BwP1 RH6 YAM
To search out potentially will participate from Day Y
Elder and Mrs. J. S. Collins On Thursday night the et .
talented youth and to assist In Sprlng. II.,. .Ilff'lr..
will observe their anniversary On
will sing.
Chorus
their Interest and Female
developing Sunday, May 19, at I p.m., lathe Friday night the Male Chorus I l Stock up now on these long
abilities.To provide recognition: and House of God, 1723 West will sing Usher Board No,1 and a 4 A:c wearing theerlace nylons ('fly,, C
28th. Elder J. M. Tarver Is Choose rosetone suntono
prestige! in the school environment No. 2 will rotate during the 88
for students who demonstrate pastor. Mrs. Marion Whltebead week. Mrs. E.W. Mainor Is oreinnamnmtosheatltOIIr ._._ j *-
an appreciation of aa an will serve as mistress ofcere- chairman of publicity. legs in a flattering mist' of'c : .
aptitude for scientific studies. monies Mrs. Thelma Edwards s color. Sizes 9 to 11. :' _
will be deaa of hostesses.Golden .
To assist the career-cboosinc EvangelistTelfair sy.1 'm 01 :i aji| | j M si JsVI 41
process by revealing some of gTT "- 75% rayon 23% cotton
the opportunities In blend for all your quality
the sciences. Circle Will 'l urn nards Top colors. -

4; .4l1 Rug foundations Sic
C.A.NEWS Will Present Conduct Service KIND OF A DRAG


The 'Central Academy family NelsonThe Evangelist Helen Telfair will Current hit! arllrlu!
Mrs. Top Jtf. 1.9* Pmtm-Cmli* .
was saddened to learn of the be conducting services at the

accidental death of Mrs. Order of the Golden Circle Kennedy Memorial Prayer B1RDSEYE; DIAPERS
Marie Collier, motfaerof Timothy will present Madame Louise House Sunday May 19, at 8 45 RPM RECORDS
Collier long-time Social Nelson and the Twelfth Hour p.m. Music will be furnished ,
Studies teacher at CA and 196768 -
and
by the Angels ot Mercy
Prayer Band in a Tea Sunday,
senior class sponsor. Details 26 at 1816 McCoy Boulevard by Professor Robert Blalock. J4 67 .5
May from \
Choose popular wv\ | \
are not clear at this writIng The church Is located at 40th
Proceeds of the
but apparently Mrs. Collier .program, at 9 will p.m.go to the State and Paris Avenue. sungsbytheMonkeesThe! l $ sla. u % _,:?.' ..;'
died when Involved tone Assembly of Florida of the Evangelist Telfair win be Lemon Pipers, Dionne -

car accident on State Road 19, Order of the Golden Circle. featured la a candlelight tea Warwick, Otis Redding. t+ \ at Save 314 on every dozen e'
near Altoona. Sunday May 19, at 3p.m.,at the A
Aretha Franllm. More / r you buyl Highly absorbent
The CA Senior Class preseeted .Revelalioa Baptist Church. The s
the annual play, "The Shock tea will be sponsored by Professor Wonderful low,low price. t: ,ih 't ,' Birdseye cotton. Generous /
a fit
27" Pinked edges. {
for His Life," a three-act dra- Mt. Ararat Baptist Robert Blalock for the s,4 square

t fma, at the school cafeteria. benefit of Men's Day.Music will
The near capacity audience Ushers CelebrateUsher be furnished by the Angels ot AUtlu ImrnUg tmt.r. j jf
witnessed the annual event.WHATBHAPEMNG Mercy and by Organist Blalock

Board No. 4 of Mt. The church is located at 1401 f
THONGS
? Ararat Baptist Church will Evergreen Avenue. Rev. C. L.
celebrate its anniversary Monday Telfair Is pastor. Miss Loretta
Llttte pressure Is being put on May 27, at 8 p.m., In the Myles Is reporter. Lll' glrls'ssrstr
the Gamml XI Sigma Chapter of
auditorium of thj s church. The *
Rho and ekm1.
Gamma Sorority
Sigma public Is invited. CITTINSIHSIITS, t,"
the Sigma Philos. What happened 3.1
to, Miss Rhomania? What is Apostolic Church Mffmlmr 4 for f IHMTKHUITS
the outcome for teentan for the Tr

ill teenagers over again? Do to you raise nave funds to start for St. Paul Stewards Entertain GroupThe : 88( TIJUNIK PANTS

the town? Such a nice programat Apostolic Shiloh Holiness
the groundbreaking! There Announce Big TeaSt. Court Light In weight with tex
Church 2102 Thomas
Regularly, i $1 477' 3 88'Two
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was no news of the town. Why will be the scene Sunday, May '" J 4',1 tured firm-grip soles.Com
not get on the ball again. There Paul AME Church's: 19, at 8 p.m., of an after- t, Portable for porch, patio, Cool ttriptd MtTMukir Ml
with .
are so many who would like to Stewards Board No. 2 will have 1 service sponsored by the Usher f ,,, "1' fun-fn-tht-sun! Assorted over ruelo vest,-kg.i tloouivrx e-bt It po>-t Plaitic pull-on pant, nylon I.w'm of woven nXtou.:
extend financial support. Why Its first angel musical tea> Board No.1. Among those colon, Pink t:, blue, muto. Siv I IN'IpII 3-0X. cushioned leg and waist l Come Triol tToUli for tuUUtl ub-
JorUble. wwiuiy. S-At-LX4 write,. BIo.'ilclwd "liiu.I""4.
not have a Miss Rhornanla con, Sunday May 19, from 3.30 to'', appearing will be the Singing \AI
test la 1969. Get started on the 9.30. Leading talent of the city Wonders, Mrs. Altamese

youth center for they boys and will participate. H. L. Nash', Bailey, Deacon Leroy Dix and YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT JJVOQLWORTH'S
the girls la our comm'i ty. Is vice chairman. The church The Sons of Joy Elder M. Williams /NroN .. .
Signed A Group of Teenagers. Is located at 2225 North Myrtle Is put r. 0000'





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I' Bishop D. Ward Nichols Voted Back to A.M.E. Prelacy 700-318 :.: : : I



New York Court Vindicated Chairman ... Co-chairman
NEWS
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Noted Minister This Spring


PHILADELPHIA The AME General conference restored UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
Bishop D. Ward Nichols to the episcopal bench Thursday, May Rev Jake Ray.pastor. 613 PippinStreetSwdal School 1
9. by the overwhelming vote of 700 to 318. begInS at g:3O: with MrTLolu M. Robinson and teachers In.
Bishop Nichols was presidingover district was not known when charge The lesson topic I will be reviewed by the pastor. The
Florida in 19S7 when he the episcopal committee, morning sen ce begins at 11 a.m. with Deacons AJ. Robinson

was suspended for mishandling headed by Dr. L. M. Whalen, and Lonnie L. Brooks in charge of devotions. The.pastor win
funds. The trial was conducted an old friend of Nichols met deliver the major sermons from the topic or..LoY.. AD choirs
by the late Bishop R.R.Wright, At the last General Conference, 'will serve throughout the day' along wlh. Usher,Board NO: I and
In the background was Bishop 1 be tried to restore Bishop No. Z. The evening service begins at'4 p.m., with Hob Com..,
S. L. Greene. ]Nichols but failed. 'L 1r munlon being administered. The pastor will r9 to Greater I
Both are now dead. An effort was also made to Jerusalem Baptist Monday night. He will be accompanied by tile

The General Conference of expand the districts to twentyone congregation, the officers and official staff.HOLSEY +
1960 and again in 1964 upheld < breaking up some of.the '
the suspension of Bishop ]present districts but the C.ME, ;
Nichols. He appealed to 1hi (general conference turned it Rev. Dave McElvin pastor Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert secretary!;
civil courts, and this past fall the civil appellate court reversed will be celebrated Sunday. Sunday Scbool begins at g:30. The
the conviction of Bishop morning service begins at 11 a.m., with Edward Coley u chair-

Nichols and it's believed the Leona Daniels A r 4 ,' man. t
rIshop could have collected ,+ 1
Urge sums In damages. It Is Day Is Fountain BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
not known whether his resto' Rev. W L. Williams Mrs. Vivian Wilson reporter. Ad-
pastoSrtr'
ration has cleared up this whole dress Sixth and I ee. Sunday School begins at 9:30:
matter, which has been pending. A.M.E. PlanThe with Superintendent Eugene Sawyer and Mr. L1UU, Webbertin
for eleven years. c The morning service begins at 11 a.m. B.T.U.
He was elected In 1940 and I red 5 p 01. The evening service begins at 6:30 p.m. The
twenty-first annual observance } IL.iUj.
would be senior bishop now. L Senior Choir and Usher Board No.3 will serve throughout the day
of Leona Daniels Albert
Day Milton will be General
Just where Bishop Nichols will the morning service, at 11 Hurbert Wright is Co-chair will assist Albert Milton General -
be sent,' If he Is, given a home will be celebrated' the ''Chairman for Men's Day at a.m. Dr. A.J. Reddlck is pastor man' of Men's Day at Grant Chairman. Wright will preside ALLONDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
j Fountain Chapel AME: Church Grant Memorial A.M.E.Church
jI of the church. Memorial A.M.E. Church. He at the evening service Dr. Rev. Riley pastor Sunday School begins at 10 Lm. The morn-
Sunday May 19. May 26. He will at
'on preside
A Reddlck Commun1oo will
.J. is the be
pastor. "lce'begins at 11
Sunday School will at
begin Overstreet
will
aaddmin
be In charge'
Rev. C. E.Smilhelebrales
i tered. Rev. H.T.
i 9:30; Mrs. Clotee Pridgeonwlll
speak in the morning service Hampton Alumni Greater MacedoniIs Dr. J.C. Sams Rev. Eddie J.

( Two at 11 a.m. Mrs. Rovena Hughesand SWEETFIELD BAPTIST
Unit HasRecruitment Rev. D. B. Barnes pastor. Sunday School opens at- 9:30: with
Mrs.Audry Brown will sing Set For Will Speak
At 3 p.m. the men will be in Rivers SpeaksAt Ralford McKinnon and teachers In charge. Baptism will be administered
Church
Annuals TeaThe in the morning service,at 11 am.Rev. D. B. Barnes,
charge Bishop Frank Joneswill
preside. Prophet Alvin L. Deaconess Day Flo. MemorialThe Simpson ME.Rev. pastor, will deliver the sermon. The revival meeting closed
Rev. C. E. Smith pastor of the Jones will speak. At 6:30 the Jacksonville Chapter of Friday. The pastor will deliver the sermon Sunday evening at
Westlight Baptist Church of youth will be presented ,the National Hampton Alumni Greater Macedonia Baptist's Seventy-Six Annual Commencement Eddie J. Rivers, super 5:307 Choirs No.1 No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 8
Woodbine will program Association will hold Its annual Deaconess Board No. 1, Mrs. at the Florida Hines will serve as
Ga, observe his under the direction of Mrs. intendent of the Sarah Hunt win serve. Mrs. Vtanlt Mae organist
eighth anniversary as pastor on Bernice Laura g recruitment T.alor prospective Florence Brown president, will Memorial College Is set for May Children's Home, DaytonaBeach Mrs. Dorothy Green will be at the piano. Rev. Barnes expecting -
Sunday, May 19. Rev. smith ) i ii Hampton Institute studentsat celebrate Its anniversary on 19 and 20, according to Dr. Florida, will be the all financial reports Sunday. The plans for women's day
serves also as pastor of the i 4.00 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, Sunday, May 26, at I pjn. R. W. Purytar, college president guest preacher at Simpson Methodist are tn progress. Mrs. T.V. RandeU is chairman. Mrs. Vera
Greater New Bethel Baptist New Zion In the library of the Afro- District No. 4 will meet with Church Sunday morning Wright is co-chairman. The date Is Sunday, June 23.
Church of Jacksonville, Fin' Baptist American Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Edith Lewis 1174 Jennings Dr. James Carl Sams pastor at the 11:00 service. Rev.

Rev Smith will be accompanied Students indicating an interestin Friday night, at I p.m. of Second Baptist Church,Jacksonville Rivers is a native Floridian, MAGNOLIA BAPTIST
by the entire congregation of In Fernandina j attending Hampton Instituteand Services Sunday will begin with will deliver the Baccalaureate a graduate of Clark College, Rev. W. S. Peoples pastor. Address: 5729 Avenue a Sunday
New Bethel Baptist. Can will their parents or guardians the Sunday School at 9:30. Deacon Sermon on Sunday and of Gammon Theological School begins at 9:45: with Deacon T.L. Hackley and teachers
leave the church, 7928 Matins, CelebratesThe 'art Invited to attend. John E. Singleton and afternoon May 19 at 300.: Dr. Seminary, Atlanta, Ca. In charge The morning service begins at 11 a.m. A program
at 9 a.m. The anniversary ser This program Is an annual teachers will be In charge.Rev. Sams has distinguished himself He has served as minister ofEbenzer will be presented following the baptism. Elder Walter M. Tins-
mon will be delivered by the 98th anlver sary of the New event sponsored by the local Oliver wU give the review. u a religious leader and was Methodist Church. He ley will 'preach, Tuesday at 7 p.m. win be prayer servlct.
Rev. G.M. Mlzel of St. Mary Ga., at 11 a.m. I Fernandina Beach and Ole third of providing an opportunity at 10:45 with consecration and the National Baptist Convention this present position. At 4 p.m. FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST F tRtv.
The Greater New Bethel annlv- 'of Ole pastor, Re,. J. W. Marshall Duval County high school devotions being conducted by of America. He Is a graduated the anniversary of Usher Board H. Robinson pastor. Address: First and Pearce

ersary will begin Monday night, will terminate on Monday, students to obtain detailed Information Deacon Melton and his staff. Florida Memorial College No. 2', :Mrs Vtrnell Glover, Sunday School begins at 930.: The morning service begins
May 20. Services will be held May 20.Special. about Hampton Choirs No. 1 and No. 3 win and Florida A t M Universityof president, will be held.The Methodist 11:30.: The pastor will preach. At 4 p.m. District
nightly: at 7:30 with various services will be held Institute. sing Usher Boards No. 1 and TilUhatttt. Among honors Men will have charge of meet at the church, with Deacon Winston u chairman. Tbf
churches In charge. 'on Sunday, May 19, throughout At S:30 p.m. on Sunday, immediately No. 2 win serve. rtctlvtd by Dr. Sams are the the evening worship at 6:30 p.m. church plans a trip to American Beach on May 17, spontorN
Participants, churches, pastors |the day. At 11 a.m. Rev C. J. following the tea, the These districts will meet at L. L. D. and the D. D.Degrees by the men for the benefit of Men's Day.
officers and musical Watkins former pastor of Ole chapter will bold a brief meeting S p.m. No.1. with Mrs Carrie Dr. Sams Is a member of the
groups taking part In the Grea- 'church and moderator of the to OnallM reports for the Centennial Getsen, 1203 East 26th; No. 2, Board or Trustees of Florida Sarah McGinnis tOLOSSIANS BAPTIST

ter New Bethel services are Union St James Association, Fund and the Hampton with Mrs Ruth Sheffield East Memorial College and tile Ed- Rev R.J. Crawford, pastor. Address: 1154 West Slit Street.
scheduled as follows: will .p..k. Music will Institute Alumni Anmial-Glvlnr 23rd Circle; No. 3,with Mr.and Club Meets Mrs. Alice Boston and the Bostonettts along with Ruben SmUb

Monday sight May 20 Rev be furnished by all of the choirs Fund. Mrs Walter Gardner, Bridltr and the McCloud Singers, will give a program at I p.m., in the
W.M. Merritt C1U &hapelA.ME 'of the church with Mrs. Street; No. 8, with Mr.and Mrs Sunday at FourThe auditorium of the church for Dual Day Mrs. E. Crawford

., and Rev R. Galnous Marguerite Rice and Mrs. |Glendale_ Flowerites Julius Polite, 1120 East 24th; sponsor. Sunday School begins at-9SO. Tht morning worship
Macedonia Primitive Baptist; Gloria Grant In charge No. e. with Deacon and Mrs. Sarah McGinnis l&iton- begins at,, 11 a.m.; the evening worship at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J.
Tuesday, Summervlllt Baptist, At 2:30 p.m. Abyssinia Baptist i Plan ;BijT W. MlWr1&ht, 1228 Evergra. art Society of New Bethel AME Crawford,' pastor/ win deliver both sermons;Cnolr No. 1 and
Rev. C.L. Boyd, and Good Shep Church of Jacksonville will be Evening worship will be at Church will meet with IIr. and Usher Board No. 1 will servi all day. Mrs. Carolyn Llmbert
herd Rev In charge of the services. Rev. 630. The speaker for both services Mrs Ralph Watkins, 3925
A.L. Garth; Wednesday : will be presented on May 26 In a recital at 3 In the aud-
Holy Temple Church of B. L. Wynn is pastor. On Monday AnniversaryThe will be selected.: Weekly Pearce, Sunday at 4 p.m. Mrs itorium. She win be presented by Mrs. Doretha p.m.,Ross. Mrs.
God, Elder C. D. Klnseyj; aDd night the First Baptist activities Include: Toesday B. W. Zelgler will be in charge Viola Courage will narrate. This Is for Dual Mrs. E.
Sunshine Holiness Church 'Church of Tales Rev. D. V. Glendale Flower Club will 7:30. Prayer Mettlngand of lessor Rev E. Jones iz. Crawford is Day.
Dual Is
Bible sponsor. Day June 33. Prayer service
Orange Park, Rev J. J. WUliams. 'Singletary pastor, will be in June celebrate Its fourth anniversary Study; Wednesday bight, pastor. Mrs Olivia Harrell Is begins Tuesday at 7:30. '
'charge of the closing services 9 at the Brooks Prayer 8 p.m., rehearsal for ChoirsNo. president

; Thursday, Friendship Baptist; House, from 4 to 6 p.m. Rev 1 and No. 3; Friday night FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Reverend B. Hartley, pastor of Friendly 8 rehearsal for ChoirsNo. Mt. Carmel
Remus Smith p.m. Rev
Friday Baptist Remus
; Smith is
Allen Baptist Church will be the pastor. Address: New King's Road. Sun
First New Chapel'sMen's 2 and No. 4
Zion Thursday
Baptist, Rev ; day School begins at 9:30. The'
speaker. Jr4r..'A1Ic. Johnson morning service begins at 11
E. Moor, and Revelation Bap wUI serve as mistress cere noon, prayer meeting. Women Plan Annual a.m. District No. 3 will hold the monthly meeting Sunday at

tist, Rev. C.L Telfalr. Many Day monies. Others appearing will Mt Ca'rmtl will 3 p.m., on May 19. in the home of Deacon John Wilson, 7903
: other groups and prominentcitizens be: Mrs. Ellen Jones, Horace Dallas Preacher observe Women's Baptist New Kings Road.The trustee board will have a program Sun

will be present Committee MeetsThe Williams Mrs Bonnie Frailer, May 19.'Rtv. C.C.Davis Day Sunday is pas, day, May 19, at 3 p.m., in the church. Rev. Hoot rill speak.
Mrs Alberta Parsby, the Will Address PR. J. C. SALE tor. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 will

organisation for the Allen Boston Stagers, .The Traveling, ward Waters Collegt of Mrs. Mary Daniels win be pas serve The all day. Music will be by Mrs. Black and Mrs. Johnson.
FellowcrallDegree Stars and Vera> Mem. Jacksonville evening worship begins at 7 p.m.
Chapel AME Church's annual Benjamin. and holds membership tor for the day. Mrs. Daisy
hers of the Champion Serving Second Baptist on the Community
Cooper is chairman.
Men's
Day, scheduled for July NEW REDEEM
Will Club will be guests Evangelist Relations Committee BAPTIST
will be held Immediately following Bessie R. It Wilson of Dallas of Sunday School begins at 9.30 Rev. E. I. Norman, pastor. Address
E. Mason is president Rev. Jacksonville.On with Mrs. Mary Daniels a ndMrs : 1614 30th Street Sunday
the morning services In Mrs. Martha Williams is Texas and Rev. Baste of School begins at 9.30 with Deacon Eunice superintendent and
Be Conferred the church according to the re- Monday, May ZOo at 10:00 Edith Howard In charge ,
Baltimore will teachers in charge Rev Norman
porter. preach .at a.m. the Commencement Address Mrs. Renelda -Jenkins will be will review the lesson.
pastor Rev. J. C. Bannermta. Second Baptist Sunday, the first will be delivered The morning worship begins at 11 ,sm. Deacons win be la
On by Dr.
Saturday, May 18 at 8 guest superintendent along with
Guests ,
p.m., for the morning hargt of c1evo
and the latter ons. Choirs and Usher
in the
at 410 Tarver Club Plans morning Tbtophllus Elixha McKinney Board No. 2 will serve.
Broad Street tte fellow- services Sunday will be the guest teachers. Mrs Emma These districts wW
in the evening Jr. executive Edocation meet at 4 P.m.s No. S. 4.11.6. and a. The
craft degree will beconferredon associate. Milton. B.TU. WW
members of the nursing class meet at 11:15
a class of candidates with under the direction of Mrs Sunday ProgramThe Activities begin with the and World Affairs, in At 11 ajn. Mrs. Dora B. In charce. The evening with Deacon C.H Smith and teachers
Past Master R. R. Pettifordin Rebecca Thompson. Sunday School.The lessen will New York City. Dr. McKinney Washington, i6. Mary Mobley wW be delivered by the worship begins at 1 p.m. Both serlllOlll
charge. On May 19 at 2:30: Tarver Club will give a be reviewed by Rtv.J.C.Sams. tm distinguished himself as a and Mrs Alma Cook will be in at 1:30. Bible Study takes pastor Prayer l4eettnr Is Tuesday
program at the House of God pastor. Consecration rites will scholar and educator having place at 9 pm
the
p.m. Master Masons of Baptist Ministers charge. Guest speaker will be EMANUEL BAPTIST
Duval 1125 West 28th. on Sunday be held lorth.deaconsdet.conesses served as an instructor in
County District No. 1 Mrs. Annett Espey .and
ushers and children at guest Teachers meeting and Prayer Meeting will be held at the1
will May 19.ParticIpantS. government at both Carver Col-
assemble at the First Bap Wives soloist win be Mrs. Mar I
Have eAtkin usual hour with the
MeetingThe 10:45 The Baptist Training pastor and officers in charge. On Wednes
fist Church in College Park. will be: United lire and Tufts University and At 3:30 Mrs. Helen
Holiness Choir Union will meet at 5.4J p.m. day Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m. On Thursday a noon
Rev. F. D. Davis is pastor. Baptist Ministers Wives House-of God u Political Science Professor Hampton and Mrs. Loretta
Choir Mrs. Katie Lou Dawson, Christian Home Week will be at both Florida A A M University day prayer service will be held at the church. Usher Board
They will assist the North Paz held their last meeting in the Henry will be in charge. The
Lodge No. 387 in cornerstone home of the president, Mrs. Mrs Ella Williams, The observed throughout the week Tallahassee and Southern guest speaker will be Seletta CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

service. Rev. W. E. Young, C. Williams' 927 West Thomas Singers Vivian Mrs. Isada with er. Special special emphasis activities on will pray beheld University Baton Rouge La. Newkirk B.T.U. opens at 6 I I II II 1,1 ,
Floyd, Rev. Williams Dr. McKinney received the
pastor of ,
Tabernacle will be TwentySecond.Mrs. p.m. Mrs. Grace Anderson and '
the speaker. English Girardeau Williams was greetedwith Mrs. J. Perkins and Miss Annie Friday night at 7 p.m. The A. B.Degree at Bowdoln College Mrs. Carrie Styles will be in Programmed For West Union

will give the occasion H. Simmons the birthday song. Members Ruth Randolph. Elder J. M. council of the Sunday School and the A. M., M. A. L. D., charge. Mrs Thelma Thompson .
Is D.-C. G. M. of the group presentedher Tarver is pastor. Mrs. Mary officers and teachers will also- and the Ph.D) Degrees from will be guest president. r
with.a birthday gift, a Davis is sponsor. beheld. the Fletcher School of Law,
V
r
Tufts University and has done 4
brief with her
case
name en 1'r
First Born advanced research at the University ;
graved. Tabernacle
It Coders Gray Hair St. Thomas Women
of Rangoon Burma. In
,
Wm. J. Brandt' Liquid The next meeting will be
Monday in the home of Rev.and PlansWomen's Holds Pastoral 1954 Dr. McKinney was the Celebrate
Baptist Sunday
EAU OEHHA Mrs. A. F. Cummings, 755 representative of the American
Acorn at 5.30 All Friends Service Committee at Tabernacle Baptist Institutional
: p.m. Baptist '
HAIR COLORED
women are invited. Luncheon DaySt. Day Sunday leach Conference on "Work Church's Women Day win .
Will cover gray hair in 10 to was served. Camps In Economically Underdeveloped be Sunday Mrs Willie D. Lucas y4r.I
,
20 No Thomas Baptist will 1 First Born Temple 825 West Countries" rs
minutes. pack. No mess. atOzach, of Mt. Sinai Baptist will be the
Anyone can put it on at home. observe its annual Women'sDay i Monroe will observe Pastoral F r aD ct. An international guest superintendent The lesson
J WILL NOT TURN HAIR In Memoriam onSunday,May 19,throughout Day Sunday. traveler, he has visited Western will U reviewed by Mrs

,, REDDISHIt In loving memory of my the day Mrs. Mary Greene i Sunday School begins at 10mod Europe, Africa, the Middle Sadie Alexander of st. John's
till not rub tuff, it stays vein dear daughter, our mother will be associate pastor I mm. Rev, M. McQueen is sup East, Eastern Asia and the Baptist Church. Mrs. Virginia
several months. Shampooing, and sister Paulette T. will preside.The er1nteDde t. The morning wor- Caribbean. Mack of ML Sinai will speak in
: sea bathing, sun, permanent Brooks, who passed away one regular order of servicesfor :i chip begins at 11 a.m. Elder Dr. McKlnney currently holds the morning service. Mrs.Jack
t. waving curling or straightening year ago May 19, 1967. the day will be Initiated I Hill, pastor will speak in the membership on the Board of Ray will be mistress of cert-
iron-nothing takes off.Youcan Friends camelntocomfort, with the Sunday School at 9:30: ) morning The Y.P.C.W. meets Directors, Westchester Legal monies. Singers will be present
cover any gray hair no mat Brought flowers by the with Miss Marie Merritt, at 5:30. The'.ventnc worship Service be. and is First Viet from the Mt Olive AXE.
p, ter how stubborn orhc-wcaused. score. Did many things to superintendent and guest t begins at 7 p.m. A special sermon President and member of the Church. The evening services j 1'j)\ j
BLACK STAYS BLACK comfort Til they could dQ teachers in charge The morning will be delivered by the Board of Directors, Parkway begin at Mrs. Essie Mae
WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING no more. service begins at 11 a.m., pastor Homes Civic Association,White Thomas Swill be guest soloist i i .

UP We often sit and think of you with combined choirs and Usher Plains, New York. Mrs. J. M. Hatleton will speak, ,MRS. BARBARA J. WALKER 'NRSSAaAHl -"
St. Paul ::
bOES NOT INTERFERE WITH Pauletee. When we are all groups of ushers assisting All youth choirs meet Wednesday The Women of West Union BaptIst
PERMANENT WAVING alone For memory Is the only Mrs. Hortense Neal will be St. Luke afternoon for rehearsal, plans for their annual Women' Church are making final
CAUTION: Use as directed on thing that/ grief can call Its speaker. Mrs. Jacqueline Board Meets BaptistAnniversary lat $:30. The teachers meeting 19. 1968. Mra. Sarah Cummings Day Celebration 011 Sunday, May
label. Colors: Black, Dark own Davis will be the guest soloist. will be at 6:45. Prayer Meeting Da). The speaker for the wW serve U Pastor othe"
Carrie T. Goodson At 3 the Young Adult May 22 Listed morning worship wWbe Jr4r. Barbara
Brown Medium Brown. Mrs ; pjn. take place at ,:so. J. WaIter, Counselor at Eugene
Butler
Price per box $2.98 plus Fed- mother Solomon, Jr., son, Group will bo in charge. The and a member or Woodlawn luoIor..sentor 8J&taScllool
veal Tax. Beverly and Antionetto social hour will be held at Usher Board No. 2 of St;Paul The anniversary of the St Luke Florida sol1st will be Irr..Kat1estrlctland Presbyterian Church Thu pest
Brooks; daughters, Louise 5 p.m. At 7 p.m. a musical'WW A.M.E. Church will meet Wtdnesday Baptist Church Sunday School Memorial 1Ir. Norma S. WhIte oC St ciDa'Sprtnc BaptIst Church
DIXIE PHARMACY and Annette Taylor, slithers be presented featuring the ,night, May tar at the win be Sunday May 26. Many The Commencement Activities the speaker for the B.T.V. Phillips Episcopal Church wW be
AJphODlO TaJIor,brother. combined choirs of the church. church at 8 p.m. Business of persons will take part Percy of Florida Memorial College during the Hour A musical Will be presented
evening
1302 Kings Rd.J FIQ a. Mrs. Hortense Neal win serve importance: will bt transacted.M. .: ,Clarttt fs! superintendent Rev. will be held May 16 to 20 at Chairman Ii the WomeD'worship. Irrs. Beatrice Evans Is serving as
as narrator. C. Chambers pr 1deDt. 11 J. Trowell Is pastor. St. Augustine, Florida. as Co-cba1rman. Day with I4r. Martha P. CummInCS

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I".A.M.E. Zionites Refuse to Call Bishop W.J. Walls To Service St. Stephen I


Stewards And

"Mr. A.M.E. Zion" Could Nol I Presides A.C.E. League Second Baptist Seeks Ordination Seeks Ordination Stewardesses MeetSt


',Garner Sufficiency For Move Will Meet WithSt. Senior Choir Is Stewardess Stephen Board AME No.Church's 1 will

celebrate, along with the

In the most spirited battle ever recorded In a recall of bishopsIn Planning For TeaThe Stewards Board, a )Joint 76th
the AME Zion Church,the 500 delegates of the S8th Quadrennial AndrewsThe anniversary Sunday at 3 P.m.1n.
Session of the General Conference failed to recall the the sanctuary of the church
venerable Bishop William J. Walls, for active service by A.C.E. League will hold Senior Choir of Second Rev. Isaac Gundy> pastor of
eight votes, In Detroit. its regular youth meeting Sunday Baptist Church will have its Lewis Memorial AME, will be

Bishop Walls, known In their 74th, birthday, after which May 19, at 3 p.m., at initial Spring Tea Sunday, May i pastor. He will be accompaniedby
1
religious circles as "Mr. AME they are retired at one-half St. Andrew AME Church, Jacksonville 19, In the home of Mr.and Mrs. the church. The Junior choir
Zion Church", and perhaps the salary. Bishop Walls, reached Beach. Rev. S. J. Walter Calhoun, 1830 West 24th, of St. Stephen's will take part..
Robert is pastor. A motorcade Ret. Jobe Kite will be ordained Mrs. Marie Collins is chair-
top name In Negro Christian the retirement age in 1960, but from 3:30: to 5 p.m.
dom, was stunned at his loss, was recalled. He was retired will form at the Myrtle Avenue The program follows: Prayer, aloncwlthRev.Jeremtah man. Cornelius Boyd Is
and proceeded to outline his again at the 1964 General Conference Library parking lot at 2pm. Deacon James Tremble; Scrip Robinson at the Royal co-chairman.
sacrificial prosecution of duties by a margin of seven Harry Williams is program ture. Deacon Robert Givens; Tabernacle Church Sunday
attendant to the nigh office of votes. Thus, he has been a MRS chairman. A. C. Cottrell is Introduction of Mistress of morning, May 19. Rev. Lee of Friendly WestsideUshersHaveRevival
MOZELL JONES is
McQueen pastor
bishop and --other positions of candidate for recall three supervisor. Ceremonies by Mrs. LoreathaL.
Mosell Jones
Mrs. Is publicity the church.
trust he has held both In and times. In 'order for a bishop to chairman for the Annual Women's Bush Mistress of Cere-
out of the church. There were be recalled he must garner the at Jersualem monies,'Mrs. Mary Lee Banks.
Day Baptist Unit
of of the A.L Fleming Welcome address Mrs. Carrie
majority one duly-
mixed emotions to a dramatic ,
Church 19 The Friendly Westslde Ushers
Sunday May
presentation. There were tear- seated delegates attending. In at 2900 Old,St Augustine, Rd.,, Singleton; Response,Mrs;Alma Lily White Lodges Rev. Jeremiah Robinson of the Union will have the revival hour
filled eyes, and sorrying this event the magic number the Southslde. The observancewill Plans Meeting SeenThe Harris; Reading, Mrs. Mary Royal Tabernacle Baptist Sunday at 2:45 with New Bethel .
expressions as he told of his won 250. begin with the Sunday School Heard; Solo, Mrs.Alice Boston; Will Attend Funeral Church, called to the ministry AME Church. Rev.E.Jones will
many experiences as a boy Delegates of the General Conference Introduction of Speaker, Mrs. recently; will be ordained
at 9.30: and will be followed by A. L.Fleming Chapter No. be host pastor. Devotions will
preacher, pastor, editor, Star of the AME Church the morning worship at 11 a.m., 45 will have a meeting Tues Mary Lue Davis; Address,Rev. Sunday, May 19, in the morning be conducted by'Deacon Leroy
of Zion, evangelist orator decided to retain IS Episcopal with Mrs. Zenevious Stripling day, May 21, at 6 p.m.. at 410 Larry Boston. All Lily White Lodges and the service of the church. Rev. Joe Moreland. The choir of the
statesman, historian, civilrights Districts in the propagation of The offering will be super- Royal Court members should Croom will deliver the
as speaker at 7 p.m. Other Officers Broad St., the Masonic Temple. church will serve along with the
leader and bishop.He Zion Methodism to the world.A are:Mrs.Corlne Waters, Worthy Matron E. Watkins will vised by Cleveland Raymondand attend the funeral of Mrs. Leila .message. Rev. Croom is pastorof Usher Board No.1. Mrs.
was electedtnlndfanapofa, movement to cut to 11 was Chairman and Mrs. Lucille make her report from the 75th Lee Frank Bush. Mrs. Mays Saturday at DaySpring the Jerusalem Baptist Frankie Owens will present
Ind., 1924, and made a meteoric overwhelmingly defeated. How- Merritt, Co-chairman. Rev. R. annual session of the OES. Deputy Madle D. Jones, president, will Baptist Church at 2:30: p.m. Church. Deacon Dan Jerrett Mrs. Alberta Foster u
rise to the top. He has served ever, the retention of twelve W. Jackson Is pastor. Queen B. Williams will make remarks. Willie H. Mat- Deputy Pearl Washington will is chairman. Rev. Lee McQueenis mistress ceremonies.. Phillip
as senior bishop and voice of districts poses another serious hold the election. thews will serve as musician. be in charge. pastor of the church. Attack is president of the Union.
AME Zion Church since 1948. development, that of a contiguous *
He has represented the denomination district. There are now -------
on all national and ten districts (domestic) with Day Spring Will
international church bodies. He Bahama Islands Sooth

,was one of the founders of the America, Virgin !stands, and Hold
Federal Council of Churches the Carlbbeans being attachedto ProgramsFor
.aDd served with the American two of them. There are tow
I Bible Society, Roosevelt Uni- districts in Africa, Ghana Foundings
iverslty, the National Negro and Liberia.
: Business League, the National Contiguity Is being brought Church will r k :r
DaySpring Baptist
,Committee of the Y.M.C.A.the closer in focus In view of the
anniversariesfrom
celebrate two
.National Council of Churches, scattered areas which constitute -
May 19 to an Including
of Churches some of the districts. One
\tile World Council
27. The first is
Monday May
/
i and NAACP. bishop begins in the state of
the 84th anniversary of the
The recall of bishops Is considered Washington, and ends in church. The second is the 31st
the most Augusta Ga. another begins
of
as one ;
controversial Issues of the de- at the Hudson River and travels Cyrus anniversary Weaver.of Rev. and Mrs. SUPERVISORS SALEFRI.. AND SAT. ONLY Find Red Balloons for
nomination, in view of the tact the Caribbean. There are those
Preachers, congregations, official -
t that bishops are elected for life who say that some of the .
r and are permitted tOle""mtU districts are too thinly spread. groups, musical groups %


,. KMSMPSmMMIMM.General* Conference* closest* *to Central CME Board and present FLORIDA A schedule auxiliary each STAR night presented groups Includes will to the be: I(HUN I Iff RECORDS' I FOR BANANA PICK A BALLOON DELICIOUS SPLITMESH R


Monday night Reverend E. R. "'., P'A.t Y.. Pid1C

I NawsjssnKM5MnMVMr I Holds Anniversary Simpson and Zion Hope Baptist
JPalatka and Rev. William Hill and Mt. to4SC

The Board of Christian Education Calvary. Tuesday, Macedonia
of the Central Methodist Baptist, Rev. B.L. Wynn and
Episcopal Church will celebrate Abyssinia Baptist, Rev. T.R. e
SYMPOSIUM Us twenty-fourth anniversary Lee and Sprlnghlll Baptist and

Margaret Hopkins, Van Vorea Sunday morning, May Rev. C.W.WhItta and Mt Pleasant

.Lewis and Dane EdwrdsIWag 19, at Q a.m. In the church's Baptist
With the chairmanoftbescience auditorium. And: Wednesday, Rev. B.H. .
(department, H.O. GUI, were Mrs SaDye Mathis, councilwoman : : Hartley and Friendly Baptist, L
selected to attend the Fifth will be the principal Reverend R.L. Smith and Frist ; i
Florida Junior Sceience, Engineering speaker. Timothy Baptist, Rev. W. L.
and Huuw lleaS'm- Other persons scheduled to Jones and First Corinth Baptist .
iposiunv The Symposium was appear are Mrs. Willie D. Lucas and Rev. W. C. Mitchell' L d"
I ____
Mrs AnD B. McC1a1D Hod Little Rock Baptist
,held at tile/ University of ,Ilfl.
florida Gainesville, from May Jessie Beddie, Mrs. Henrietta Thursday: Rev. D. J. Graham ft>0. /.//> -/ ox. skein of virgin root
"9tou7The. Graham, Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, and Mt Ararat Baptist, St.
participants were curled Mrs. Johnny Cowart, Mrs. Sarah Thomas Baptist, Reverend R.L. ?
t
through a variety of science Seynour, James Solomon,. Wilson and West Friendship KNITTING YARN
subjects, alone with the Mrs. Thelma Green, The ML Baptist. Friday: Rev. A. F.
Humanities. Morlab A.M.E. Church No. I Cummings and West Union Baptist u6
and the William Raines Choral Rev. H.L. Herod and Mt.
OBJECTIVESTo Ensemble Mrs. Z.C. Merrl- Morlah Baptist and Rev. B. J. Quality wonted for sweat

weather, Ulysses Glover,Lewis Lane and Mt. Sinai Baptist 1. J ers, afghans all fashion
promote the study of the Carter and William Shellman. Sunday, Rev, E.T, Graham, accessories Pull skein Is
sciences and mathematics,par Rev. M.C.Merrlwetther Ispas.tor. pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist, for
tlcularrjr at the high school Mrs J.G. Wyatt Is presi Miami, guest speaker. '"'"' ieasr/as drml L; ready use.' Mothproof.

level; to demonstrate the part dent. Monday: Rev. J.C. Sams and '"' colors.
.which the humanities play in Second Baptist Rev. J.S.John- NYLONSTo
the development of the scientist Elder Mrs 'son and St. Stephen's. A.M.E. lID .tI. .It.,.. ...
; to emphaslve the importance Reverend R. A. King and Payne
of both the sciences and Collins PlanAnniversary Chapel A.M.E.. and Rev. G.A. LOW AMTIYIIA'SHEAVVRIGVAM
humantles to the national cultural Price and St Matthew BaptIst. lit
and general vet&re. Choirs No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4i. 'OW
To search out will participate from Day p'
potentially
Elder and Mrs. J. S. Collins '4 I
talented youth and to assist la Spring. On Thursday night the CE t Jt>.. it9epr,
will observe their anniversary r ,
their interest and Female Chorus will sing. On I
doping Sunday, May 19 at I p.m., lathe Friday night the Male Chorus i* r Stockupnowontheselong' .

To provide recognition and House of Ltod, 1715 West will sing. Usher Board No.1 and a R'W wearing slieerlace nylons. ill;1i/fJI... C
prestige in the school environment 28th. Elder J. M. Tarver is No. 2 will rotate during the Choose roietone', suntone 88
for students who demonstrate pastor. Mrs. Marlon Whltebead week Mrs. E.W. Malnor is, ordnnamllntosh..a'h"Jllr 't.
an appreciation of an an will serve u mistress otters chairman of publicity. legs In a flattering mist of ,:
monies. Mrs. Thelma Edwards '
aptitude for scientific studies.To e color. Sizes 9 to 11.
will be dean of hostesses.
assist the career-choosing EvangelistTelfair I ,
process by revealing some of 75% rayon. 25% cottons

the opportunities in / : blend for all your quality
Will
Golden Circle
the sciences. "um needs. Top colors. -
i' Rug Foundations MeBfflDSEYE
C.A.NEWS Will Present Conduct Service KIND OF A DRAG

.
The saddened Central Academy to lean familywas of the Mrs. Nelson be Evangelist conducting Helen services Telfair at will the Current hit: Top artists! R..l..ap.r. c.ks

accidental death of Mrs. The Order of the Golden Cir Kennedy Memorial Prayer ''
Marie Collier, mother of Timothy cle will present Madame Louise House Sunday, May 19, at 8 45 RPM RECORDSChoose DIAPERS
Collier, long-time Social Nelson and the Twelfth HourPra'er p.m. Music will be furnished
Studies teacher at CAand 1967- by the Angels of Mercy and '
Band in a Tea Sunday,
III
68 senior class sponsor. Details Professor Robert Blalock J'j .
by 67efeur.
2& at 1816 McCoy Boulevard i spa
May from '
popular \
are not clear at this writ- at 3 Proceeds of the The church Is located at 40th new |
p.m.
log but apparently Mrs. Collier !wnbsbytheMonkeesTlueLemon
; will to the State and Paris Avenue. .
program go
died when involved in coos Assembly of Florida of the Evangelist Telfair will be Pipers, Dionne
car accident on State Road 19, featured in candlelight tea II ;
a Warwick Otis
Order of the Golden Circle. Redding, Save 31f on every dozen -:
near Altoona. Sunday May 19, at 3 p.m.,at the.Reve1aUOD '
The CA Senior Class presented Baptist Church. The Aretha Franklin. More you buyl Highly abrabent1Vondedullowlowprice.
the annual "The Shock Birdseye cotton. Generous
play, tea will be sponsored by Professor *
I of His Life," a three-act dra- Mt. Ararat Baptist Robert Blalock for the 1.' 27 squares. Pinked edges.

I Dial at the school cafeteria.The benefit of Men's Day.Music will
near capacity audience CelebrateUsher be furnished by the Angels of AI/fMel..el/beeuvl : \
witnessed the annual event.WHATBHAPENING Ushers Mercy and by Organist Blalock,
Board No. 4 of Mt. The church is located at 1401 ullI : \\L
THONGS
? Ararat Baptist Church will Evergreen Avenue. Rev. C. L. ,
celebrate its anniversary Monday Telfair is pastor. Miss Loretta
Little pressure is being put on 27 at 8 in the Myles is reporter.
May p.m.
the Gammi XI Sigma Chapter of LII' girls' se w. .,
auditorium of the church. The *
;
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and k
Is Invited.SI. X gted
public HTTIHSINSIITSRegularly ?
the Sigma Philos. What happen- J 3/,1
ed to Miss Rhomania? What is Apostolic Church r?l ,
the outcome for teentownfor the
teenagers Do yon have to start Paul Stewards Entertain Group lIe Piii4iii
all offer again to raise funds for r A Till I III PIITI

the town? Such a nice program The Apostolic Shiloh Holiness ,
at the groundbreaking! There Announce Big Tea Church, 2102 Thomas Court; r rr;u t I):: )Light in weight with tex: .
.
was no news of the town. Why will be the scene Sunday, May j 1{ {tJ. r tured firm-grip a ler.Com- i $1 4 77. 3 p r.. IS4fortalle

not get on the ball again. Then St. Paul AME Church's 19, at 8 'p.m., of an after- 'f.r. "r/ for porch, patio, Cool ,Mi>ed M-i.rMu.kir MU
are so many who would like to Stewards Board No. 2 will have service sponsored by the Usher it r fun-ln-the-sun! Assorted with, ruilluktovrr bloomers pop Plaitio puU-oa punt*,. nylon Two la>cn of WINCH tdtue.colors. .
vest, ink-button
extend financial support. Why Its first annual musical tea Board No. 1. Among those Muk, blue! nuUe, Slut 3-b.\Ury.l! cushioned leg and"waU*. ComTriJL! notch fur luUrd ub-.
DOt have a Miss P1"1 coo- Sunday, May 19, from J.30 to, appearing' will be the Singing _. sN \IV U4. ,,. Suitable, Mmiuuy. S-M-L-XU wry tskw11rJMIdu.l.f1..Ac -..
test in 1969. Get started on the 5:30. Leading talent of the city Wonders, Mrs. Altamese .

youth center for they boys and will participate.: H. L. Nashis Bailey, Deacon Leroy Dix and WOOLWOMTH S YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI AT
the girls in our community. vice chairman. The church The Sons of Joy. Elder M. Wil OL"'RTH.5
Signed: A Group of Teenagers. Is located at 2225 North Myrtle., llama Is pastor.





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THE FLORIDA STAR NOME FOLKS 'HEARD FROM"MENRHVRNIHQFBOM&TERVACAmNSW 119 -tuall


'ABOUT.so roNGIl $ WMHI1iJfON / Tar. .
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I NEWS BEEN INTERVIEWED BY THEASSOCIAT&pfiESs'&CiTHElEHJR.-rHEYFOUND TWTM03TPEOPLE By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

OPTEMVMEmtkr WERE I T1I1NKlNC1 wNLY.48OCJT 77IE RErE1fTClTYRI01S.JtIIlET1WfAlJOflT

THE rlETNAH WAR OR HIGH TAXt"S.&ND RE'P.WR.PC1AGED.TEX.FOR EXAHPLE: CODE LANGUAGE OF BIGOTRY

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company M ", """' ,",, ..
,
and about
when people were frank open their
": wEkEYEADtV CAHTOETPROTKDONFWMPlieUCTHEOWEWMEHTHU.RUNT T DWARD lYNl'H LAW IF'THE: racist There feelings was a time. A lot of net we heard then was harsh and ugly.
about
., OFFnfLS.HlNETY."YEPCIl 1 CENTOFTHEPDJPLE but at least we knew what people were taIkln&"however sick and dla-
schools
MEMBER In
our
; "We doo't want Negroes
4REC>hCFRNWAB0fPfYK14TVtLcFTh/ lAII
.
Now however the taUt
"" ANOTHEPOLlCEli FAlLUIlE10ENRJIKETlELAW torted a statement, means what it says. Is

,r 5 EITHER all about "presenlng neighborhood schools!
L *'DAICEWELAW
-
'lNATION the same thing to the people who use
INEGRO P OIl THE Pl'OPLE WII.I.ENRX/a ITTHIlOLfiHV1jfl.ANT1S Both statements mean
;'7" ND T7fE PEOPLE/JOI'T EHFOIlCE them. In fact one mayoralty candidate l
r THI!lAW VERYEX.4CTLYORDL5LRIAfIARTELr." often talked "Neighborhood schools/ and


t.: ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR /- \, f:'' -- ,. \ I then told her audlence'r-You did. She didn't tawtoelataritoto know> what"Kurse I.

iJ they

;!1 HILDA WOOTEH .-- CIRCULATION MANAGER :: ; ::; ;: ;' ""'i 4kf' 00 segregated It. Everyone schools knew lust she as everyone meant malDtalnlnc knows that

iJ' /' .j' '--.',' .'( the candidate for the presidency who goes around the country
': \ .. j! where I stand" knows that he stands for
know
/ / "You
,, .; \ / I.: saying.
1 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE ELGIN 4.112MAILING / impression 01 Negro cltluns.
C ; : ': it But this kind 01 code language II catching 00 too fast for anyone

N .," ignore It. It's easy to pin down the racists who frankly say
ADDRESS .' { they are against Negroes, but how do you argue against "law
.' .:: ," ,... .d-" and order" or neighborhood schools."
:: .:t:: {(Ih accepted phrases as code words ,,
.' r.0. Bit 599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 i ." .;, By using common, ashamed
,_ 'Zf/ racism is appealing to many people who would be to

MIAMI OFFICE ., ., JjyZr respond to more open language. One of the most Important
of the national campaign to eradicate racism which
if! VI priorities
;' ...'.' ;, would be to break this code of racism and to
have been asking for.
5018 $.W. 7TH AYE. PHONE 151.3819 ; i-t tear away the false respectability it takes on through its use of

r SUBSCRIPTIONS ? ... ,;,,tf3a: .words. Lef look at some examples of this code language

I RATES ;tit. ': "Crime in the streets': Is one phrase that always comes up.
One Year, .12.00 Half, Year,. n. ocr 'J.J : /, What do the people who use it so often really mean?Do they

f Mailed to You Anywhere ,1n' the United States : 1 ff': :::, .mean the brutal murder of Dr. King in Memphis?Do they

i Subscription payable In Advance '" '?':;1 t mean the white collar crime and embezzlement that costs
4' this nation enough to house thousands of the homeless?
Send Check or Money Order to: ;11
.
.: : Perhaps they mean the loan sharks and crime syndicate bosses
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 t' t
fl- 1 the Or is it
} ( and cheating store owners who prey on poor. the
Jacksonville 1, Fl or 1 daI T crime of overcharging tenants for slum hovels? How about the

street crimes of throwing bricks at nuns in a march for open

i WILL KING'S KILLER BE FOUND ? BUT THEY DID 'NT HEAR THE 'MOANS AND GROANS OF THE POOR'I housing''Crlm.1n the streets" means none of these-If sa code phrase

for Negro demonstrations. Lately if s come to mean riots too.

I At first we were hopeful that there wouldbe It intentionally seeks to associate crime with Negroes without

the quick apprehension of the assassin 'ever mentioning race-a good trick, and if s working.
iii-iriil iiiiiSl "Law and order" is always used by people who are afraid
of the late Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. '"crime in the streets" Is too well known. If s becoming a code

but our hopes have not been realized as of / phrase for "Keep the Negroes down" But it hides that meaning

this date. YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE well, after all, who can be against law and order. The answer

Was it one man who killed Reverend King, is everybody, if law and order is not accompanied by Justice.
Present day South Africa has law and order, u did Nail Germany -
or was it a part of a plot to get rid of : J but neither ban; stlce. Any police state is long on law and

him? Columnist Victor Riesel said last : order but very short on Justice.

week that the FBI in now operating under f GUIDE 7 Then there is our old friend, the "neighborhood school", I

the theory that King was the victim of a have heard people talk about bow important It was to keep

conspiracy neighborhood schools from "outsiders". When I talk with them
of several or more persons. .
t later, they brag about bow they traveled for miles to get aa
I PAHO The ;
'Evidence shows, said the columnist v ASTROLOGER : I education and when I ask them about their children they tell

r that the hired killer was heavily paid and me that they have none, or that their kids are bussed to private -

i' amply supplied with cash-mostly in $20 t us=: schools at the other end of town. So If s pretty obvious that
bills. "." *", 1 they aren't talking about the school around the corner-they
:: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS are talking about keeping Negro kids in inferior ghetto schools*
We know this There is doubt
: no that at I think my favorite code phrase is"a man's home is his castle".

least 3,000 of the FBI's 6,000 men and I It I Pee done quite a bit of traveling but I haven't seen many castles

virtually all of its 600 resident agents : FOR here in America and I daft know of anyone who wants to share

have been placed so that the FBI can get anyone else's home. What the code really means, of course, U
I "Negroes don't have the right to boy borne in my neighborhood
to any part of the nation in an hour or
if I dant want them to." A man doesn't have the right to select
less. We know also that this is the big BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL his neighbors, but if he feels so strongly about it, let him buy up

\\1 gest manhunt in American historysecondonly t j A all the house and live in them himself

to the probe of the John Kennedy's'assassination -.'4II Talking in the code language of bl&otr111 always dangerous,
iiiillii. ,. but it Is in this election
especially when
., year the temptationfor
when each of the Bureau's .. .... .. ___ : :.: ; ., ,: .: t' ,.' .f
.. 6,000 agents ". ,..... ...... .....-.... ..' P.--'" CI (_I.ilio -4:a 6v) 'toJ,1",n candidates seeking backlash votes is such that we may be
Involved
was in some
I way. bearing more of the code words and less of good sense, and the
: Let us repeat this: 'One thing is cert ARIES English language we thought we knew.
CANCERBORN LIBRA
tain-the Justice Department believes itt CAPRICORN

; has evidence leading to a conspiracy." BORN MARCH JUNE BORN SEPT. lOll DEC.

Ebony's star writer Lois E. Lomax says 2IIH APRIL 19TN 22ND JULY 22ND 23RD THE URIAN LEAGUE STORY
OCT. 2311 2ND JAN. 19TD
that the FBI attitude can be blamed for
; the probes 'bungling. Lomax's supposed Let reason r.lp-It hat often secrets Can you when? If s difficult: to keep Back away Refuse to bear or Fate decides Only pressing ByCLANZEL BROWN

! I evidence comes from the mouth of J. Edgar been claimed that reason Is superior tell them to one somebody is itching The to who repeat my gossip! about people health or financial develop As the summer season approaches, one of the concerns of the
friends
to impulse and that the are or otherwise masts should
be considered
asvalid Urban League the between the black and
relationship
! who best way is not to listen to community
Hoover once branded King as "the wits can be sharper than the others who wish to closely related. la this way, for,not going through with the police. In the past few summers tensions have increased

: most notorious liar in the nation." How most keenly-booed rapier. their own souls.Each individual unburden one can lessen the possibility long-range plans. But there 1s between the black and white communities, because of the des

: can one put absolute faith in Mr. Hooverso When temptation Is nudging you is primarily responsible for his of becoming the subject of ma- no excuse for compromising parity between equal opportunity and equal results for backas
toward a direction that obviously licious talk after one becomes them because of unwise iDveamenll'
far as Dr. King's is or her own self It is unfair e1t1&ens.
case concerned? to
the victim
Is the of loss
to take a interest.
one,
wrong or entanglements of
i Jacksonville has
We are inclined to agree with Columnist it Is time to recall this bit of, try and place the burden or The problems connected with unconventional nature. When it: between the had skirmish after skirmish In relationships
police and its visible minority
of it highly -
any part on the shoulders
Riesel that King's death secret lay hiddenin philosophy and apply It purely of somebody else. The the handling of finances seem comes to making up one's"'". group It is our thinking in the Urban
the for self-protection. Cash pocket- ever-present, and they will continue the best day to do
cover-up planned carefully and book seems to be the main so may be i League that we must become more relevant
loving ties and peace of mindare to be troubling u long the 19th. People who may be i to the
shrewdly during the last several months. target of attraction so take concerns and grievances of the black
far too valuable to risk on as the only remedy applied is trying to bold back
It is indeed special: you may community before a crisis develops rather I
how precautions ,
amazing James Earle Ray the whims of chance. It againis on th.l'lth. to try and sweep them under have ulterior motives egging; than after a crisis has II
Only a member of the occurred.
alias Eric starvo Galt :made his "getaway pointed out, with increasing or the closest of friends family shouldbe the rug. them on. This should not be i The following are suggestions for strength-

without leaving much real evidence.We urgency that reliance on dally told anything that is not for S 30 33 13 S'l. Z8Z dismissed from personal calculations enlng relationships between the black com

believe the assassin will be found endeavors for personal and public knowledge or information entirely. The big: mushy and the police:

and if he was involved in a plot of King's attitude family requirements is the only SCORPIO moment when the unexpected I i. The city government and police authorities should review
that is
makes
justifiable. 3.10.44.16.9E-637 the decision despite all 1 police operations the ghetto to insure conduct
life in proper by police
cooperation with others the cram, 2 20. It 15 74110 BORN OCT opposition should be the Ear d. officers, and eliminate abrasive practices

inal ring must be located-every one of Just follow ambition and the i, 2. They should provide more adequate police protection to black

them to the last man. TAURUSBORN LEO 2411 NOV. 22ND dictates of the heart on that t residents! to eliminate their acute sense of insecurity and beliefuse

BORN JULY lwas ever thus. When day and there will be no a i in the existance of a dual standard of !law enforcement.
one
THE APRIL says one thing you can be sure for self-recrlmlnatlons later. 3. Establish fair and effective mechanisms for the redress of
COLUMBIA
FIASCOThe 20TH MAY 20THIt ?2id AUG. 13thIf that the next person will state 110881691975AQUARIUS grievances against the police and other municipal employees. I
babU-formtnc. another. That is what makes it 4. Develop and adopt policy guidllnes to assist officers in
recent
take-over of all costs. One of the Anyone who making critical
certain build- un- has had so difficult to determine which decisions in areas where police conduct could
ings at a taste of authority and
the
great features what create
Columbia pleasant of is tension.
course to follow
University in unless have
the life you
'; New York City now going on is the fact thatit good may soon discover BORN 5. Develop and use Innovative
seems to point to a Question that the desire for more and figured everything out for your JAN. programs to insure widespread
; posed by is apt to raise expendituresto self. Join hands community support for law enforcement.
\ Ralph with a
McGUI ot the more grows with alarming helpmate 20TI .
I : Atlanta Constitution a dangerous leveL It should and share common hopes. This FEB. 1ITR 6. Recruit more Negroes and review promotion policies to
not be considered overly costlyby to rapidity.start This can cause some will make them easier to Keep persuading It Is a well- Insure fair promotion for Negro officers.Establish a Community
Can a university any longer concern itself the Taureans who thereby riding roughshod over materlallte and serve to known factthat when certain Service Officer Program to attract ghetto youths between theares

I with 'learning' and ignore the pro- purchase the happiness which dally every dealings.one with whom If s t they sure have prevent. the ever-present and individuals become stubborn of seventeen and twenty-one to police work.

blems out of which the flood waters rise was previously lacking. Romantic to lose friends and allies way and insidious Influences from seep the more one argues with them, The above recommendations would help to close the believabllity -
and marriage matters log in and lIDdermlnl.Dcthetrustol the less they arnWlncto and the credibility gap between the black community and
so slowly to the for
so inexorably? an after
prepare way
seem to be scrambled making This be the our law enforcement
math either or both. may biggest problem agencies generally. Most of the riots that
If we take into consideration the dozen it essential for each and everyone Tills also of grief creates and repentance the : 4 50 77 18 43 384SAGITTARUS to handle on the 17th. 18th. Butsince have developed in the past few years have been set off by abrasive,

4 J or more colleges and ,universities which to pause for reflection before of some sort of economic danger col- you are not one to give actions on the part of policemen. The inhumane treatment by

1 for one reason or another have had their taking actions-that can lapse. Make it a up easily, either, it may finally police has set off explosive retaliatory actions against white
permanent
I administrations never be recalled. bring about the wanted resultsto society and continues to cause concern, for both the white and
taken over by students 3 50 44.1Z, 25 773 policy to place love, tact and insist that common black communities.

., who want to press and dramatize their consideration mutual trust as and the basis for BORN NOV.J3RD prevail on the 19th. Be ready sense Grievances, tensions, and disorder are by-products of frustra
grievances, we don't know with what the respect. to make ties caused by the despalrity between
some concessions or equal opportunity for black
GEMINI 7 40 55 19. M -191. DEC. 21ST
students are identifying themselves sacrifices in order to pin t people and equal results for black people.
BORN It's still swinging. It takes more important end.
we know that the administrations of col- MAY '
many turns of the wheel of ;
leges are failing to cope with the situation 2UT JUNE 21ST. VIRGO fortune before it stops and indicates 840771983501PISCES / V// / l

Yes they call in the police but BORN AUG. the winning number. [THIS WEEK IN EGR 'HI! r:1

this is not a permanent answer at all. Guess right The pattern that 23RD SEPT. 22ND While this is going on, one can Sri SIWBWWSWMMMMGMMWSMj ;.J&1.J
started out the
month
remains only hold one's breath and watt'for BORN FEB.
Trouble will rise again and again and
to keep most everybody as con: Keep everyone happy All may the crucial moment. Those
again. fused and as off balance U! not be u is expected In domestic who have not created problems Jill MAR. 20TH May IS, I8It Joe Louis(Joseph Loads 8arraw)former world'

In the stress of the ituation-administration ever. The best of plans and; and public relations. It for themselves through bad Seek remedies 'Itte world is earywelght boxing champion, wu bolD >In Alabama

versus a small per cent of ,the intentions can go wrong or be could happen that hasty words living or djet habits,or becauseof full of would-be doctors who

total student body-both sides now seem misinterpreted by others who are not well chosen, or that the emotional indiscretions,, claim to know everything about May It" 1800 African slave trade WU declared I crime ol
somehow are involved. Slow ones to whom they are addressedlackunderstandingorasense- should have reason to believe human illnesses or weaknesses. piracy br1nternaUODaI agreement
to be avoiding the'main issues. The charge down, send out trial balloons, that their turn to rise to the Refrain from giving them May 15. 1918 Needham Roberts HenryJohnson.

'I'I of police brutality has thrown a monkey or refrain from committing of humor. There are opportunities top may be assured. It is never credence whatsoever for they Negro heroes ol World War I, tilled ZOGerma..na .outstanding

wrench in the machinery of solution of the yourself, orally or financially, in flew for Virgoans too late to repent or to make often do more harm than good. bancI-to-banclltrucrle. during bloody

problem. The problems now at least are until you find out exactly what who are seeking both spiritual amends. If you have cause to If one feels that there is something May 18. 1855 Richard R. Wright Sr.
is likely to Instead of development the this it is best to educator-banter
ensue.
not strictly racial. and acquisition recognise truth as applying wrong go ((1t PhUadeJphJa). wu bona ID Georgia
trying to control circumstances of material benefits. The main personally, do not hesitate to to qualified and competent persons '
17
There must be some kind'of solution other it may be desirable problem is how to go about it make the most promising start who really can discover May 1954 The U. S. Supreme Court ruled that racial'secreptJoo
in
, than the police for holding the lid tight; to submit to them without de- without stirring up opposition possible. The loyalty of those the causes and remedies. Nip outlawing the doctrine publiclysu ported schools is unconstitutionaL,
of
on the situation. We are asking the Colum- murring. This could turn out or the anagoclamolldivlduala near and dear appears to be potential domestic crises in way for many legal battles.separate but equal and poring the
to be the best guarantee of or groups who could otherwise assured, but only when it is the bud by coming forward with
bia University administration: What next? favorable results. facilitate greater progress. being reciprocated. suggestions or concessions well Mel 18, 1955 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, founder-president

I.I 6 80 88 .17.41.55 6 1 60 99 18. 32 U8 9 ..90 66 14 81 248 ahead of.time, Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute,now Behune-Cootman
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FAMU Elects ROTC Queens *
L Unirl Will Help SCLC Through Album Sale i

T Wend Of leek*; _

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THE BLACK MUSLIMS IN
AMERICA, Written by C. ERIC l
LINCOLN; Published by BEACON PRESS; 276 pp; $1.99

paperback LJft1.ih

Several events Inrecentweeks
rw.r r I brought the Black Muslims to '
4 our attention with inch an 1m* lf
pact that we returned for
t ....rr another look at Dr. Lincoln's

books about the religious group.
First of all, the sections devoted
to Black Muslims Dr.
Lincoln's most recent book.
Sounds of the Straggle which hey "

we have already reviewed ., .Mi: ft
created an appreciation and
awareness of the denominationon
a new level.
Shortly afterwards we attended -
a luncheon for a group of girls
at the Muslims' elegant new
"Salaam Restaurant" in ChI-

cago. Again, the businesslike tp .. ) .
professlooallsm, courtesy and
Indeed the entire atmospherewas
so impressive It became
: :imperative that more be learned
;'about this sect which has i'
created such a unifying effect
among Negroes
Dr. Lincoln's "The Black
\ Muslims in America," was 1+ ( ; M 4 t
t /r\ I published in 1960. It was th.
result of four years research
4 and interviews which took him
,r vv to many cities, meetings with
the Honorable Elijah
Muhammad, Malcolm Xand
many temple ministers.His .
book gives the history of
.
"'-. the religion analyses the In- .
influences in American life that
;' made possible the rise and : .-. .... A !'umjMPT. ..tvli i ..e4'AME'ZIn .. I.13. .
.' development of Black NationalIsm trmrt, a division of United Artists Records Corp.Gas Church, in Brooklyn, N. Y. TEi Rev.Dr. Speaks
and eventually the Muslims.The released a new long-playing album, in the memory of the late member of the World Methodist Council and President of the
j. author talks about the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., entitled DR. MARTIN Brooklyn branch of the Urban League Is Instrumental in
;rv rUeloo-th. ritualistic moral LUTHER KING, JR. IN THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM, amplifying the beliefs of the late Dr. King. Unart, United
: Jcr:: .and economic effects it createdin AND HUMAN DIGNITY. The recording, which includes the 'Artists Records and United Artists, a Transamerica Corporation -
i the Negro community most moving of the many speeches made by the late Rev. Dr. feel that the royalties from this recording will act, '
l bJ He discusses the reactions King was made on December 17, 1964 in New York City, on through the Southern Christian Leadership Council, as a
that have developed toward the occasion of his return from Oslo, Norway, where be catalyst In enhancing the ideals of non-violent freedom for all
.....rwl .JI 'OT Black Muslims and makes predictions received the Nobel Price for Peace. As a token of gratitude peoples and to aid in the quest for a formula for attaining the
Mona Bethel* a senior biology major from Miami was recently crowned Miss ROTC Garble as to the future growth, all royalties, from this recordlngwlU be payable to the Southern true brotherhood, which "scientists" like the late Rev. Dr.
the annual ROTC Ban at Florida AIM University. Runnerups the election were Q-r) Le- development, power and Christian Leadership and is being sold in record Martin Luther King ,Jr. gave his life for. George Butler,
vette Pierce and Mary Williams, both of Palatka, who will serve as queens of the second and influence of the group its militancy outlets, everywhere Council Introductory: remarks were producer: left In the picture, and Richard Mack, center are
third battalions respectively. Mona is a member of Alpha Kappa Ma National Honor society and and contributions to black contributed by the Rev. Speaks,pastor of the First talking with Dr. Speaks.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Prior to her election as Miss ROTC, Mona represented the ROTC identity.
u a company queen during her freshman sophomores years at FAMU.
Worldwide Honors ContinueTo Mrs. Martin Soul Sister Franklin, Sam


Flow In Leader's Name Luther King And Dave and Others StarThe

National Association of Television and Radio Announcers
NEW YORK-(NPI)-Just about everyone is in the thick of Adds to Book CNATRA) and Atlantic Records will present a "Soul Together"at
vying for prominence in commemorating the life, work, and Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. the new Madison Square Garden In New York City on June 2S
fatal assassination of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Is now writing special Introduction for the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund and the NATRA
Not only are there prizes, memorial to the late Dr. : to her husband's last Summer Program for Underprivileged Children.!
fellowships, memorials etc., King.In book WHERE DO WE GO FROM The "Soul Together"show will Youth Opportunity programs for
being established in his Harvey, ail, the Junior high HERE t.Chaos or Community? feature five of the most_exciting the summer
memory but consideration Is school Is to be renamed Dr. for publication In paperback stars in todays entertainment
being given to renaming streets, Martin Luther King Junior High :'edition, to' be published by business Maths Franklin The BUY U.S.
schools, end hospitals after School; la Los Angeles the Bantam Books May 17. Rascals Sam t Dave, Joe Tex. SAVING
him General $13,450,000 Southeut The Bantam edition will be and Sonny and Cher. Q will be BONDS
Perhaps the most internationalIn Hospital is to be renamed the first mass-market paper- emceed by disc Jockeys from
character is the proposal by after Dr. King; and the back edition of Dr. King's book radio stations In the New York ,...r.' rtBRAND' ..........i.
the Government of Mexico to Community Chest Rochester. which was published by Harper area. All of the stars of the ,
Issue a special postage stampIn N. Y, bas received a gift of A Row last June. show and everyone else connected
his honor, as an "\pOIU.cI $150,000 from the Eastman The book outlines Dr. King's with the show In any : ..
Non-Vlolence." According Kodak Company to be used to beliefs and plans for the non capacity are contributing their .
to the Mexican post office the speed up housing programs for violent movement He discusses services for this Important
commemorative stamp bearing low and Intermediateincomefamilies. the following Issues event NEW
Dr. time likeness has been The Kodak gift makes" Where Are We Now? It Is anticipated that a total : ij
given top>> printing priority overall I51S.8Z5 so far pledged. to,the. Black Power of $150,000 may be raised by : 1968 VWSEDAN
; other current or planned fund. Racism and the White Backlash the "Soul Together" show. Of *'
issues. Rounding out the activity In the total two-thirds will go to .
Two cities have put machineryInto memory of Dr. King Is the The Dilemma of Negro the MartIn' Luther King .
operation rename streetsin spring season of the Martha Americans Memorial Fund and one-third
L. his memory. Chicago's South Graham Dance Company May Where Are We Going? to NATRA. Tickets for the affair>> '176850DUIVIIIO :
Parkway-the main drag on the t4 to June 9, which will be The World House will be priced from$4 to$12.50. :
-II. Southslde may become "King's dedicated to "the memory of Also included Is an appendix One thousand tickets will be set I-
Way," while in Cleveland, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther describing programs and projects aside to be given away free to IN |AXT .
'- ::=:.;;::: Euclid: Avenue would become King, Jr., and what be stood J Involving education: youngsters from Harlem and l, tae *<.kf ft If* .1 i
:::: = I "Martin Luther King Avenue." for" approval of a $10,000 employment, rights, and Bedford Styvesant sections of .'
Both streets run through predominantly Martin Luther King, Jr.scho- housing. New York to enable them to Iii
Negro areas.A larshlp fund by the regents of see the show. ,
book award named for the the University of Michigan,Ann Dr. King's WisdomFrom The National Association of -

.... late civil rights leader was Arbor to assist in the education: the Tampa Tribune,THE Television and Radio :;: Catlin- ::
JL established by Association of deprived students at the university WEEK Announcers.is an organlcation
'' A Press the publishing division of ; and a Friendship Fund May 12, 1961 that is composed of 500 black Griffin :1?
I the YMCA's national board. Rally, Jointly sponsored by the "It Isn't so important bow disc Jockeys who talk dally to : :
The National Book Committeeand Southern Christian Leadership long you live. The Important a black audience of over 13 Volkswagen -
Harper and Row Conference Foundation and the thing is how well you live." million The NA TRJ.'S summer j
publishers, announced two Los Angeles Urban League. Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. program is paneled to the black INC a:.

1,000 literature prices in Dr. .. .. youth in the ghetto areas across ;: 1250 CAST 8th ST. :
King's honor The prize will T T T T the nation and -is designed to
go to those authorizing books Trumpets Of ConscienceIs encourage these youngpeopleto '. 54-9093 L
for adults and participate in the President's" !
young people tCLLLLl1 I I p,... j
that are adjudged to "best
further Dr. King's struggle to Ready To Read .
Mary Flnley an Ocala Junior, was erowned'May Queen it BiBiune-Cookman College during achieve human dignity for all
the Annual Day Pageant sponsored by the Delta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, men through social and A book by Martin Luther King, Jr., setting forth his creed as
IDC. The ceremony was held in Hern Memorial ChapeL economic equality." be had come to understand and formulate it a few months
The runnerups were Miss Brenda Goodman,Daytona Beach,first; Miss Patricia Io aml4iaml In Princeton N. J, the before his death, will be published on June 26 by Harper Row
second, Miss Shirley Murray, Jacksonville.- hirdJ; Miss Doris McCoonlco, Pensacola fourth; .Woodrow Wilson National Titled "The Trumpets of Conscience acts of destruction: .
and Miss Jacqueline Russaw of St. Augustine fifth. Fellowship Foundation an-i; ,! the material In the Dr. King sees In news program .-. This isthe
Miss Flnley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Finley of Ocala and is majoring in So nounced the setting up of book was prepared for delivery for resistance the hope that a
ciology. She is a graduate of Howard HlgbSchool. She studied in Europe during her Junior year. fellowships Dr. King's name over the Canadian Broadcasting wider alliance of America's nicest
The gala program included the traditional platting of the May pole. Tributes to the Queen werea to enable returning black Corporation in November and awakened youth. will be forged, ;.r ,
solo by Charles Britt, a creative dance designed especially: for the queen by the Bethune- veterans to attend graduate or December 1967, as the seventh which could be "channeled Into j J,:? smoothest
Cookman College dancers, and piano selections: by Theodore James. professional schools. The 'annual series of Massey Lec a revolution of love and creativity a-; !
Miss Finley was crowned by last year's May Queen, Miss Donna Leggett Rockefeller Foundation has donated tures. to work, with all the
$200,000 toward the In the boot, Dr. King first peoples, to shape a new world." bourbonever
fellowships. considers the Impasse in race Harper &Row,which published t
I r-----------YOII lllh Under memorials, Morebouse relations and the frustration all of Dr. King' books during to come
I College leads with plans to and fury over continuing exploitation his lifetime. are presenting"The
:====: By SAMUEL ANDtLMAN .:==== construct: t $2 million chapel have: helped and to trigger neglect the which riots Trumpets of Conscience"as out of
1 't
.----------_- memory of its former student the lateleader's"flnltests.

Every year, a few self-taught they cannot be identified solely breath. Atrophine is a natural In Cleveland, Councilman LeoA. in He the cities. that the protest ment""Surveying i Kentucky.Find
collectors of mushrooms makean by their color or their shape. antidote and when given Jackson has proposed marches argues and sit-ins which were the always expanding \
"honest mistake" that results Even the chemist has simple promptly will effect a cure. a memorial, erected in Cultural earlier not range of his involvement t aKti
effective are now
in acute illness or even test for their toxic ingredients. Delayed mushroom poisoning Gardens to be financed by the Dr. King had realised by the
to
powerful enough uproot entrenched time he set to work this
death. There over 3,000 If becomes W after Negro community The exact on
are a person occurs 6 to 14 hours after the evU and that mass
varieties of this plant and many eating mushrooms with several plant is eaten. The symptom site of the memorial would be civil which would material that no threat to human
of the poisonous species so friends and none of them become are those already listed but oo property for which the city ."dislocate disobedience the functioning cIa dignity anywhere in the world (
resemble edible speciesthat sick this is due to and has an appropriation action could be excluded from his
closely allergy are less acute. The victim city without destroying it," "
it takes a real expert to Is not the true mushroom should be hospitalized and attached pending in probate court.At must become the next tactic crusade the publishers say
the same time members about the contents the book,
,
tell them apartAmateurs poisoning. ;to an artificial kidney out
to force profound change.Dr.
of St. James AME Church In "He had committed himself
are specially likelyto True poisoning be either to ,
may the
remove poison from the how the
King explains war
Cleveland, are working on plans to total war against the total
fooled If rapid The
be they gather or delayed. former blood. for
mushrooms in a part of the. occurs within an hour or two To be on the safe side, one for a youth recreation center to the Viet deterioration Nam has of speeded our own up enemy, one of whose faces Is yourself
country with which they are' after eating the mushrooms and should eat only those mush- to be constructed oo land behind racism; another poverty; a
familiar. is caused by the church parish bouse-formerly society both morally and socially. third war. tie have here, Only 3.M Pi.
not muscarine a rooms grown commercially or He cites the cuts In thepow.rty
used therefore the statement of his
for tennis courts.To ,
.
One reason mushroom polson- poisonous constituent of the raised at home from known because of,
this they would] the program evolving philosophy at the point
Inging is so hazardous is that fungus. edible stock. hope city
some of the poisonous varieties The result Is acute abdominal If you have an irresistibleurge would donate additional land. war expenditures, the climate to'whlch it had developed when
of violence affecting men "
are the best-tasting. They not pain, diarrhea, drooling to gather wild mushrooms. Just about every endeavor has In the ghettos and young the cor- be was killed.\ .
only give off no warning odor, sweating and shortness of -- --- offered something in the way of ruptlon of our values by our as MOO' 0 ties ECHO IMIHH Dunutav. LOUISVILLE nv.





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SATURDAY, STAR PAPERS P I

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'THE. FLORIDA. r STAR HOME FOLKS HEARD FROM"mSGJCTHElEHJRMEY 1l9L fl


f,480ur so CONGRESSMEN RE1V1lNINtJ!DOME4 STCJl YAt'AT1NS/ TO II'MHING1iwI4VElJT .
NEWS INTERVlEWCD8Y THE ASS<<1ATC FOUND'nUTHOSr'' By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.

OPTNEMOMEWLKSWEI THINKINOHAlNiy ABOUT THE RKBtT CITY nOTS.WRE THAN ABOUT
I THE VIETNAH WAR OR HIGH TAXES.M'DRFP.WR.POMiEDoTEX.FOR EXAHPLE: CODE LANGUAGE OF BIGOTRY"ouo'urse

Published by the Florida Star Publishing CompanyMEMBfc'R .. ;' 1-."" .<
and about
when people were frank open their
time
'wE'RcHtAlJeDRkJHTTrJWAIlDIJ'Nl'HUWIF'T'HEPEOPLE There was
CAHtCETPROTPCTIONFWMPUBUCAHDTHEPOUCtliFAILURETOEHmRCETHELAtf racist : A lot of watt we hero theD was about.harsh and ugly,
: talking
tt least we knew what people
but
OFF1C1AI.S.N1Ncry-fWEPC/l CENrOF THEPl1JP.EAflE
"
schools however sick and di-
la our
;
i "We don't want Negroes
l'OfCt.RNEDA8OIITT1EmmtJ/lSCF11IELAJI .
; .: ,totted a statement means what It says.Now however" the talk Is

: THEOOVEWMBirWL/ EITHER EHFOKFTHE LAtf all about "preserving neighborhood scbools.
to the people who
INEGRop.lNATIO. __ -.r'.M OR THE PCOPLE WIlL Wmoat IT THROUGHBUT Both statements mean the same thing use
: 'IeGII.AHTESANDT1 'PEOPLE/JDff'r OfFtJllCE them In fact, one mayoralty candidate last year
4' J' THELAW VERYEXACTYORDl4C ff4N4TELYwl often talked bout "Nelgbborbood schools" and

: \. ,\a.. .. then told her audiences "You know what I
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EDITOR \ \ .

: l j1otUA; /' they did. She didn't havetotUtaratj
N \ knew she
HILDA WOOTEN .-- CIRCULATION MANAGER : ry : segregated scbools. Just as everyone knows that

!-- ,, the candidate for presidency goes aroundknows the country
II .,' r 1/Iji: i : '' 1.: saying "You owe where I stud"who that be atanda for
r 1
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE ELGIN 4.6182 j / suppression or Negro citizens
/-
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too fast for
: / .. But this kind 01 code language Is catching anyone
: 'I .t to Ignore It. It's easy to pin down the racists who frankly say
I MAILING ADDRESS /1 ; : .. %.,. .they are against Negroes, but how do you argue against 'Taw
; and order" or "neighborhood schools.?"

r.0. Bat 599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 : )4frI ; By using common accepted phrases as code words o f bigotry,

.; :. I f4. racism U appealing to many people who would be ashamed to
MIAMI OFFICEr ., respond to more open language. One of the most Important
: ) to eradicate racism which I
ll ')o;YI priorities of the national campaign
: '' .,,'" would be to break this code of racism and to
,.,. have been ast1ngfor.
'! 5018 N.W. 7TH AYE. PHONE 7513879SUBSCRIPTION'S .. 1i' 'J'ulr / tear away the false respectabWty it takes, on through Us use ot

r :, ;' ;.:J.' .words. Lefs look at some examples of this code language
RATES i\ .- '
r_ Ill.. :.; "Crime In the streets': Is one phrase that always comes up
i One Year .12.00 Half Year $7.00 :. : r.' What do the people who use it so often really mean?Do they

Mailed to You Anywhere' In' the United States. o ,, ;0; ...;.. .mean the brutal murder of Dr. King In Memphis?Do they
,: Subscription payable In Advancer .. ... ,. '. mean the white collar crime and embezzlement that costs

Send Check or Money Order to: : TF f t ;1'1' c,'.. .this nation enough to bouse thousands of the homeless?
Perhaps they mean the loan sharks and crime syndicate bosses
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 : Pi -EE ?,4c: and cheating store owners who prey on the poor. Or is it the

Jacksonville 1, Florida crime of overcharging tenants for slum hovels? How about the

i street crimes of throwing bricks at nuns In a march for open

i Will KING'S KILLER BE FOUND ? THEY DID'NT HEAR THE "MOANS' AND GROANS OF THE POOR"! housing"Crime in the streets" means none of these-If s a code phrase

for Negro demonstrations. Lately Ifs come to mean riots too.

I, At first we were hopeful that there would B intentionally seeks to associate crime with Negroes without
ever mentioning race- good trick and Ifs working.
be the quick apprehension of the assassin '
"Law and order" Is always used by people who are afraid
-
of the late King. Jr. --
Dr. Martin Luther ,
"crime In the streets" is too well known. Ifs becoming a code
but our hopes have not been realized as of r phrase for "Keep the Negroes down." But It bides that meaning

this date. YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE well after all, who can be against law and order. The answer

Was it one man who killed Reverend King Is everybody if law and order is not accompanied by Justice.
Present day South Africa has law and order as did Nazi Germany -
or was it a part of a plot to get rid of I but neither baU'stk:.. Any police state is 1 long on law and

him? Columnist Victor Riesel said last : order but very short on Justice.

week that the FBI is now operating under GUIDE : Then there is our old friend, the "neighborhood school" I

the theory that King was the victim of a have beard people talk about how Important It was to keep

conspiracy several neighborhood schools from "outsiders". When I talk with them
of or more persons.
I later, they brag about bow they traveled for miles to get u
) 'Evidence shows said the columnist ly PAILO, Tie ASTROLOGER I I education: and when I ask them about their children: ., they tell

that the hired killer was heavily paid and me that they have none, or that their kids are bussed to private

I: amply supplied with cash-mostly in $20 ,o schools at the other end of town. So Ifs pretty obvious that
(I bills. ''t'I1Nef4I 1 4 they aren't talking about the school around the corner-they
: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS are talking about keeping Negro kids In Inferior ghetto schools
We know this There is doubt that
at
no
: I think my favorite code phrase"a mutt home Is his castle",
least 3,000 of the FBI's 6,000 men and rve done quite a bit of traveling but I haven't seen many castles

1 r virtually all of its 600 resident agents : FOR here In America, I.Dc1I don't know of anyone who wants to share

; have been placed so that the FBI can get I anyone else's borne. What the code really means, of COW'lt. U
"Negroes don't nave the right to buy home In
6t to my neighborhood
any part of the nation in an hour or
J If I dont want them to." A man doesn't have the right to select
t t less. We know also that this is the biggest his but if be
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL neighbors, feels so stronglyabout it, let him buy up
t. manhunt in American history-second | all the houses and live In them himself.
j
.
\ only to the probe of the John Kennedy's .... Talking In the code language ot bigotry always dangerous,

assassination when each of ,the Bureau's d': ;. :: : \ .. .. .. ,i t :" ,.., but It Is especially so In this election year when the temptation
,, rA 6,000 agents was Involved in some way. t l .I.... "" 'oJJ..L.1'" ."' .....", 2.1 to........ c.,..;,1. Ji.. '10).11) for candidates seeking backlash votes Is such that 'we maybe
.hearing more of the code words and less of good sense, and the
I' Let us repeat this: 'One thing is certain ARIES English language we thought we knew.,

-the Justice Department believes it CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN

|; has evidence leading to a conspiracy. BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC.

.' Ebony's star writer. Lois E. Lomax, says 21TN APRIL 19TN 22ND JULY 22N0 HRD THE URIAN LEAGUE STORY

'.: that the FBI attitude can be blamed for OCT. 23RI 2ND JAN. 19JH

: I the probes 'bungling. Lomax's supposed Let reason reign. It bat often secrets Can you when? Iff difficult to keep Back away Refuse to bear or Fate decides Only pressing By CLA.NZEL BROWNAs

evidence been claimed that reason Is superior one Is Itching to repeat any gossip about people health or financial dare As the summer season approaches of the ot the
1 comes from the mouth of J. Edgar tell them to somebody. The who one concerns
to Impulse, and that the are friends or otherwise masts should be considered
as Urban League Is the between the black and
relationship
best Is not community
I Hoover who once branded King as "the wits be than the way to listen to closely related. la this valid
can sharper others who wish way, for.not going through with the police. In the past few summers tensions have Increased
most notorious liar in the nation." most keenly-booed rapier. to unburden one can lessen the possibility long-range j'
! How their own souls.Each Individual plans. But there .isno between the black and white communities, because ot the des-
. can one put absolute faith in Mr. Hoover When temptation Is nudging you Is primarily responsible for his of becoming the subject of malicious excuse for compromising; parity between equal opportunity and equal results for black
toward a direction that obvious : talk after one becomesthe them because of unwise InvesmeDW'
: so far as Dr. King's case is concerned? or her own self. It 1s unfair to citizens.
. ly Is the 'wrong one. to take, victim of a loss of Interest. or entanglements of an i Jacksonville has bad
skirmish after
skirmish
We try and the In relationships
are inclined to place burden
with or
agree Columnist The
it Is time to recall this bit of problems connected with unconventional nature. When it: between the 1.Dc11ta
of police: highly visible> minority
any part It the
on shoulders
Riesel that King's death secret lay hidden philosophy apply it purely of somebody else. The the handling of finances seem comes to making opens mind, croup It 1s our thinking In the Urban

in the cover-up planned carefully and for self-protection. Cash book seems to be the pocket-main .ver-pre.ent.1.Dc1 they will continue the best day to do so may be i League that we must become more relevant

shrewdly during the last several months.It loving ties and peace of mind target of attraction, so take to be troubling as long the 19th People who may be i to the concerns and grievances ot the black:
are far too valuable to risk on as the only remedy applied Is trying to bold back
is indeed amazing, how James Earle Ray special precautions on the 17th. to you may community before a crisis develops, rather .
the whims of chance. It again try and sweep them under have ulterior motives egging; than after t crisis has
alias Eric starvo Galt :made his "getaway' Is pointed out, with Increasing Only the a closest member of the familyor the rug them on. This should not be i The following are suggestions occurred.for strengthening
of
without leaving much real evidence.We urgency, that reliance on dally told anything friends that Is not shouldbe for S. 30. 3J 13 67 -192 dismissed from personal calculations relationships between the black com-

believe the assassin will be found, endeavors for personal and public knowledge or In- entirely. ,The big; mushy and the police:
and if he was involved in a plot of King's family requirements Is the only formation. SCORPIO moment when the unexpected I 1. The city: government and police authorities should review
attitude that is
Justifiable makes the
life in cooperation with others the cram .3.10.44.16.92.637 decision despiteccpostUccy all 1 police operations the ghetto to insureproper conduct by policeofficers :
2.20.22.15.74.110 BORN OCT should be the 23rd. and eliminate abrasive practices.
inal ring must be located-every one of Just follow ambition and the i, 2. They should provide more adequatepolkeprotectiontoblack

:: them to the last man. TAURUS LEO 24TN NOV. 22NO dictates of the heart on that t residents to eliminate their acute sense of Insecurity and boniestuse
Dyes day and there will be no a i In the existance of a dual standard of law enforcement
BORN JULY
ever thus. When
one
: THE COLUMBIA BORN APRIL says one thing you can be sure for self-recriminations later. 3. Establish fair and effective mechanisms for the redress of
FIASCO
J 20TH MAY 20TH Uti AUG. 19th that the next person will state 1.10.86.16.91AQUARIUS 975 grievances against the police: and other municipal employees.
> The recent Ifs another. That Is what makes it 4. Develop and adopt policy guidllnes to assist officers In i
take-over habit-forming.Anyone who
of certain It all costs. One of the critical
making
buildings unpleasant has bad so difficult to determine which decisions In areas where police conduct could
f at the a taste of authority and
great Columbia features of what 1s create tension.
course to follow
New York University in now going on is the fact thatit the good life may soon discover unless you have BORN 5. Develop and use Innovative
i City seems to point to a question that the desire for more and figured everything out for your JAN. programs to insure widespread
Posed by Is apt to raise expenditures self. Join community support for law enforcement.:
bands
Ralph with
McGill a helpmate
+! : of the Atlanta Constitution to a dangerous level. It should rapidity.more grows This with alarming and share common hopes. This 20TI -, FEB. UTH 6. Recruit more Negroes and review promotion policies: to

,: not be considered overly costlyby to start can cause some will make them easier to Keep persuading. It is a well- Insure fair promotion for Negro officers.Establish a Community
tan a university any longer concern itself the Taureans who thereby riding roughshod over materialize and serve to known tact that when certain Service Officer Program to attract ghetto youths between the

!i I with 'learning' and ignore the pro purcbase the happiness which daily every dealings.one with whom Ifs a they have prevent. the ever-present and Individuals become stubborn ages seventeen and twenty-one to police work.

t blems out of which the flood waters rise was previously lacking. Romantic to lose friends and allies sure way and insidious Influences from seep the more one argues with them. The above recommendations would help to close the bellevablllty -

f so slowly so inexor&by?" f and marriage matters to prepare the way for aD aftermath tag in and undermining the trust the less they are willing to yield.\ and the credibility gap between the black community and
to be scrambled law
seem making This the our enforcement
maybe
1 of biggest agencies
either or both. problem generally Most of the riots that
If we take into consideration the dozen it essential for each .ndevery- This also of grief and repentance: 4 50 'l'l la to handle on the 17th 18t Butsince have developed In the past few year shave been set oft by abrasive
creates the 43 384
or more colleges universities; which one to pause for reflection before of of danger you are not one to give actions on the part ot policemen.: The Inhumane treatment b,
some sort economic
col
J for one reason or another have had their taking actions-that can lapse. Make It up easily either, It may finally police has set off explosive retaliatory actions against white
a permanent
I never be recalled. bring about the society and continues to
SAGITTARUSBORN wanted resultsto cause for and
administrations concern both the white
.I taken over by students 3 50. 44.12. 25.TlS policy to place love, tact and Insist that common black communities.
who want to press and dramatize their consideration as the basis for sense Grievances
I mutual trust and NOV. prevail on the 19th. Be ready tensions, and disorder are by-products offrustra-
grievances, we don't 'know with what respect. to those caused by the
the make some concessions or despairlty between equal opportunity for black
students are identifying themselves..' And GEMINI I 7.40.55.19.56.191VIRGO 3RD DEC 21ST, sacrifices In order to gain a people and equal results for black people.

7 we know that the administrations of colleges BORN MAY Ifs still swinging. It takesmany more"'-'Important' end.
turns
of the wheel of
f are failing to cope with the situa- UST JUNE 21ST. fortune before it stops and Indicates 140771983501PISCES I IMEMU MMSWSMSMEMSMB '

tion. Yes, they call in the police but BORN AUG. the winning number. !THIS WEEK IN NEGRO

this is not a permanent 'answer at all. Guess right. The pattern that 23RD SEPT. While this Is going on, one can. 1""II II".I" ig
: Trouble will rise : ,started out the month remains 22NO only hold one's breath and wait BORN FEB.
again and again and
C to keep most everybody u con: Keep everyone happy. All may for the crucial moment. Those
again.In fused and as off balance as! not be as Is expected In! domestic who have not created problems JSTI 1 MAR. 20TB heavyweightJoe LouIs (Joseph Louts Barrow) former world'
the stress of the situation-administration ever. The best of plans and: and public relations It for themselves through bad Seek remedies 'lite world Is champion, was born In Alabama.

I versus a small per cent of ,the Intentions can go wrong or be could happen that hasty words living or total student body -both sides now misinterpreted by others who are not well chosen or that the of emotional Indiscretions: ,, claim to know everything about lay 14, 1800 African slave trade war declared a crime 01
t seemJ' somehow are Involved. Slowdown ones to whom they are address should have reason to believe human Illnesses or weaknesses. piracy b,1nternat1oaa.1 agreement
to be avoiding the main issues. The charge send out trial balloons ed lack understanding sense that their turn to rise to the Refrain from giving them any May 15. 191a Neec1bam Roberta aodRenryJa6asooonfsaadlag

l' of police brutality has thrown a 'monkey or refrain from committing of humor. There are opportunities top may be assured. It Is never credence whatsoever for they Negro heroes 01 World War 4 titled ZOGermana
\ wrench in the machinery of solution of the yourself, orally or financially In flew for Vlrgoans, too late to repent or to make often do more harm than good. hand-to-hand stru le. during bloody

problem. The problems now at least are until you find out exactly what who are seeking both spiritual amends. If you have cause to It one feels that there Is some May 18. 1855 Rkbar4 R.
Wright Sr.
r Is likely to Instead development this thing lt Is best to educator-banter.
not strictly racial. ensue. of and the acquisition, recognise truth u applying wrong go (In Ph11ade1ph1a), war bona In Georcta.
I trying to control circumstances of material benefits. The main personally, do not hesitate to to qualified and competent persons -
I There must be some kind: of solution 'other It may be desirable problem Is how to go about it make the most promising start who really can discover: May 1'l. 1954 In The U. S. Supreme Court ruled that racial

than the police for holding the lid tight; to submit to them without de- without stirring up opposition possible. The loyalty of those the causes and remedies. Nip segregation outlawing the doctrine publicly-supported schools Is unconstitutional.

on the situation. We are asking the Colum murring. This could turn out or the antagonism individuals near and dear appears to be potential domestic crises in way for many legal battles of separate but equal and paving the
to be the best guarantee of. or groups who could otherwise assured but only when it Is the bud by coming forward with
bia University administration: What next? favorable fda: "" Dr' McLeod
results facilitate greater progress. being reciprocated. suggestions concessions well l Mary Bettune. founder-president,

l 6.80.88.17.41.55 8 1 60 99 12-32-449 9 )0 66 14 -81.Ml ahead of.time, Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute now Bethune-Cookman
1 8.70.11.15.21.4 37 College, Daytona Beach Fla., died.





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'* FAMU Elects ROTC Queens "
k- Unarl Will Help SCLC Through Album Sale ,

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THE BLACK MUSLIMS IN
AMERICA, Written by C. ERIC
LINCOLN; Published by ..:
BEACON PRESS; 176 pp $1.99


[ Mo.g : paperback Several events In recent weeks rA:

I Il" brought the Black Muslims to
our attention with such an Impact -
that we returned for
another look at Dr. Lincoln's
books about the religious group.
First of all, the sections devoted
to Black Muslims In Dr. _
Lincoln's most recent book.
Sounds of the Struggle which

we have already reviewed 1; 1
created an appreciation and -
awareness of the denomination
on a new level \
Shortly &!afterwards we attended -
a luncheon for a group of girls :
at the Muslims' elegant new z/P4f;
"Salaam Restaurant" in Chi-
cago. Again, the businesslike \ t, ,
professionalism courtesy and '
Indeed the entire atmosphere
was so impressive It became
;Imperative that more be learned
about this sect which has
t created such a unifying effect

among. Negroes I ,
Dr. Lincoln's "The Black t ld, !ir s. w
Muslims in America," was
published In 1960. tt was the
result of four years research
# 'r y "tt v t and interviews which took him I r'

to many cities, meetings with
the Honorable Elijah
Muhammad, Malcolm land
many temple ministers.His 7-
book gives the history of
)
. Influences American life that

made possible the rise and r ....: r;; E""rl.' :,j,_ :.IfIf Ir_,/ :.x11 -S', I.15 .
may'i development of Black NationalIsm Unart, a division of United Artists Records Corp., has AME-Zlon Church, In Brooklyn N. Y. Tfil Rev Dr. Speaks
and eventually the Muslims. released a new long-playing album. In the memory of the late member of the World Methodist Council and President of the
The author talks about the Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., entitled DR. MARTIN Brooklyn branch of the Urban League is Instrumental in
r.upce-C. ritualistic, moral LUTHER KING JR. IN THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM, amplifying the beliefs of the late Dr. King. ban, United
I .and economic effects created AND HUMAN DIGNITY. The recording which Includes the 'Artists Records and United Artists, a Transamerica Corpo-
In the Negro community most moving of the many speeches made by the late Rev. Dr. ration, feel that the royalties from this recording will act, ,
He discusses the reactionsthat King was made on December 17, 1964 In New York City on through the Southern Christian Leadership Council as a
have developed toward the occasion of his return from Oslo, Norway where be catalyst, In enhancing the Ideals of non-violent freedom for all
Black Muslims and makes predictions received the Nobel Prize for Peace. As a token of gratitude, peoples and to aid in the quest for a formula for attaining the
Moot Bethel, a senior biology major from Miami wu recently crowned Miss ROTC oaring as to the furore,growth all royalties from this recording be payable to the Southern. true brotherhood, which "scientists" like the late Rev. Dr.
the annual ROTC Ban at Florida AIM University. Rnnnerups in the election were Q-r) U- development, power and Christian Leadership Council and Is being sold In record Martin Luther King .Jr. gave his life for. George Butler,
vette Pierce and May Williams, both of Palatka, who will serve u queens of the second and Influence of the group Its militancy outlets, everywhere for $1.89. Introductory remarks were producer left In the picture, and Richard Mack, center are
third battalions respectively. Uona Is a member of Alpha Kappa Mo National Honor society and and contributions toblackWorldwide contributed by the R...Dr.Ruben L.Speakspastor of the Firsta talking with Dr. Speaks.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Prior to her election as Miss ROTC, Mona represented the ROTC Identity.
as a company queen during her freshman and sophomores years at FAMU.
Soul Sister Franklin Sam
Honors ContinueTo Mrs. Martin ,

Bethune's May Queen Flow In leader's Name Luther King And Dave and Others StarThe

National Association of Television and Radio Announcers
NEW YORK-(NPQ -Just about '''fJOIIIII1I the thick of Adds to BookMrs. (HAm) and Atlantic Records will present a "Soul Together"at

I vying for prominence In commemorating the life, work, and Martin Luther King Jr. the new Madison Square Garden in New York City on June 28
IIr fatal assassination of the. late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Is now writing special Introduction for the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund and the NATRA
I Not only are there prices, memorial to the late Dr. to her husband's last Summer Program for Underprivileged Children
fellowships, memorials etc.,. King.In I book WHERE DO WE GO FROMHEREt.Chaos The "Soul Together"show will Youth Opportunity programs for
,.,: \. II I being established In his Harvey ni., the Junior high or Community? feature five of the most exciting the tummer.
"'I :... ,.': memory but consideration Is school 1s to be renamed Dr. for publication In paperback stars In today's entertainment
, being given to renaming streets, Martin Luther King Junior High :'edition, to* be published by business Aretha Franklin, The BUY U.S.
schools and hospitals after School; In Los Angeles the Bantam Books May 17. Rascals Sam & Dave, Joe Tex, SAVING
Perhaps proposed $ZS.4 .OOO souiheutCitDeral The Bantam edition will be and Sonny and Cher. It will be BONDS
the most International Hospital to be renamed the first mass-market paperback emceed by disc Jockeys from
In character 1s the proposal by after Dr. King; and the edition of Dr. King's book radio stations In the New York /-rtr .' ../'r'li.
the Government of Mexico to Community Chest of Rochester which was published by Harper area. All 'of the stars of the
Issue a special postage stamp N. Y4 has received a gift of t Row last June. show and everyone else connected -
In his honor as an "Apostle $130,000 from the Eastman The book outlines Dr. King's with the show In any : .
of NOll-Vlo1l11C.." According Kodak Company to be used to beliefs and plans for the nonviolent capacity are contributing their .
to the Mexican post office: the speed up housing programs for movement He discussesthe services for this Important /
commemorative stamp bearing low and Intermediate-Income following Issues: event 't BRAND NEW
Dr. King's likeness has been families. The Kodak gift makes Where Are We Now? It Is anticipated that a totalof :
given top printing priority overall $518,829 so far pledged to.the.fund. ; Black Power $150,000 may be raised by : 1968 VWSEDAN
; other current or planned Racism and the White Backlash the 'Soul Together" show. Of .
Issn s.Two Rounding out the activity b the total two-thirds will go to I. .
cities have put machinery memory of Dr. King Is the, The Dilemma of Negro the Martin Luther King I ri
Into operation rename streets of the Martha Americans Memorial Fund and one-third I
In his memory. Chicago's South springDseason Company May Where Art We Going? to NA TRA.Tickets for the affair '1768'OIUVUID :
Parkway--the main drag on the 24 to .June 9. which will be The World House will be priced from$4 to$IUO. :
L V Southside may become "King's dedicated to 'the memory of Also Included Is an appendix One thousand tickets will beset j. .
Way" while In Cleveland, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther describing programs and projects aside to be given away free to IN |lAX .
Euclid Avenue would become King Jr., and what be stood Involving education, youngsters from Harlem and -Titu: 1Ae, i.4..'r ft *' .1,
& "Martin Luther King Avenue" for" approval of a $10,000 employment rights, and Bedford Styvesant sections (iNn I t
Both streets run through predominantly Martin Luther King, Jr.scho- housing. York to enable them to t,
Negro areas. larshlp fund\ by the regents of see the show. .
.
A book award named for the the University of Michigan,Ann Dr. King's WisdomFrom The National Association of '

.... late civil rights leader was Arbor to assist In the education the Tampa Tribune,THE Television and Radio :;: Catlin- :
established by Association of deprived students at the university WEEK: ADDounc'fI.lIaD organlration '
Press, the publishing division of ; and a Friendship Fund May 12, 1902 that Is composed of 500 black Griffin :1?
the YMCA's national board. Rally, Jointly sponsored by the "It Isn't so Important how disc Jockeys who talk dally to : :
The National Book Committee Southern Christian Leadership long you live. The Important a black audience of over IS I Volkswagen
1 and Harper and Rowput1lshers Conference Foundation and the thing Is how well you live." million. The NATRA'S summer .tI,
announced two Los Angeles Urban League. Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. program Is paneled to the black / INC :,
1,000 literature prizes in Dr. youth in the ghetto areas across
; .- r r .- .- ;: 1250 EAST 8th ST. :
King's honor. The prize will the nation and'Is designed to
CO to those authorizing books Trumpets 01 ConscienceIs encourage these youngpeopleto '1 IS4.909J a;
for adults and young people participate In the President;* tU /ti]
_
/ L'-*-* D !__ .
that are adjudged to "test
further Dr. King's struggle to Ready To Read r
Mary Flnley u Ocala Junior, ,was crowned May Queen it Bettune-Cookman College during achieve human dignity for all
the Annual Day Pageant sponsored by the Delta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. men through social and A book by Martin Luther King:, Jr., setting forth his creed as
Inc The ceremony was held In Heyn Memorial ChapeL economic equality." he had come to understand I i aDd formulate it a few months
The runnerups were Miss Brenda Goodman,Daytona Beach,first; Miss Patricia IngramMlaml In Princeton N. J, the before his death, will bepubllst ted on June 29 by Harper t Row.
second Miss Shirley Murray Jacksooville, ltr4l; Miss Doris McConnico, Pensacola, fourth .Woodrow Wilson National Titled "The. Trumpets of conscience acts of destruction.Dr. .
sad Miss Jacqueline Russaw of St. Augustine fifth. Fellowship Foundation an-i; the material In the King sees in news program: ,.R, This isthe
Miss Flnley Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Flnley of Ocala and 1s majoring In So- nounced the setting up of book was prepared for delivery for resistance the hope that a
ciology. She Is a graduate of Howard HlghSchool. She studied in Europe during her Junior year. fellowships In Dr. King's name over the Canadian Broadcasting wider alliance of America's nicest;
The gala program Included the traditional platting of the May pole. Tributes to the Queen were to enable returning black Corporation In November and awakened youth will be forged ;; .
a solo by Charles Britt, a creative dance designed especially for the queen by the Bethune- veterans to attend graduate or December, 1967, u the seventh which could be "channeled into )".'" \ smoothest
Cookman College dancers, and piano selections by Theodore James. professional schools. The annual series of Massey Lee a revolution of love and creativity .. "
Miss Flnley was crowned by last years May Queen, Miss Donna Leggett Rockefeller Foundation has donated In.tee to work, with all the
$200,000 toward the book, Dr. King first peoples, to shape a new world." bourbonever
----------- considers the Impasse In race
fellowships.Under relations, and the frustration allofDr.RKlog's books ding to
j Your Good .lth memorials Morebouse come
I I
i College leads with plans to and fury over continuing exploitation his lifetime are presenting

:::::: By SAMUEL ANDbLMANt ===== construct a $2 million chapel: ,.have: helped and to trigger neglect the which riots "The Trumpets of Conscience"as %,, out of
------------ ... memory of Its former student. thelateleaders"doeltesta"Su'reyng -

Every year, a few self-taught they cannot be Identified solely breath. Atrophlne Is a natural In Cleveland, Councilman LeoA. In Ha the argues cities. that the protest Kentucky.Find .
collectors of mushrooms make by their color or their shape. antidote and when given Jackson has proposed marches and sit-ins which were the always expanding
an "honest mistake" that results Even the chemist has simple promptly will effect a cure. a memorial, erected in Cultural earlier not range of his involvement,
In acute illness or even test for their toxic Ingredients.If Delayed mushroom poisoning Gardens to be financed by the effective to are now Dr. King bad realized by the
powerful enough uproot entrenched time he set to work this .
death. There are over 3,000 a person becomes ill after occurs 6 to 14 hours after the Negro community The exact evil and that mass on
varieties of this plant and many eating mushrooms with several plant Is eaten. The symptom site of the memorial would be civil disobedience which would material that no threat to human
.
of the poisonous species so friends and none of them become are those already listed but on property for which the city "dislocate the functioning of dignity anywhere In the world '
resemble edible species sick this is due to allergy and has an appropriation action could be excluded from his fI
closely are less acute. The victim a city without destroying it," .
that it takes a real expert to Is not the true mushroom should be hospitalized. and attached pending In probate court. must become the next tactic crusade the publishers say
At the about the contents of the
same time, membersof book
tell them apart. Tw ;to an artificial kidney to force profound change. out
poisoning 1ft had
St. James : committed himselfto
Amateurs are specially likely be either
may to
remove the poison from the working Dr. King explains how the war total
to be fooled If they gather rapid. or delayed. The former blood. Cleveland, are war against the total
for la Viet Nam has speeded up one of whose faces Is for yourself
a youth recreation centerto enemy
mushrooms in a part of the occurs within an hour or two To be on the safe side, one .the deterioration of our own
country with which they are' after eating the mushrooms aDd should eat only those mushrooms be constructed on land behind racism; another, poverty
and
not familiar. Is caused by muscarine a the church parish house-formerly society both morally socially. third, war. we have here, Only '3.JS Pt
commercially
grown
or
He cites the cuts In tilePOY.rtr
therefore
used for the statement of his
tennis ,
One reason: mushroom poisonInglng poisonous constituent of the raised at home from known courts.' of
because .
Is so hazardous Is that fungus. edible stock. To this, they would hope the city program evolving philosophy at the point
some of the poisonous varietiesare The result Is acute abdominal If you have an Irresistible would donate additional IaDd. war expenditures, the climate to'whlcb It had developed when
of violence affecting men "
Just about young to wu killed.
the best-tasting. They not pain diarrhea, drooling urge to gather wild mushrooms. every endeavor has In the ghettos and the corruption -
only give off no warning odor. sweating and shortness of ------ offered something In the way of of our values by our as Moor o "'1. ECHO SPKINQ oiaviutnv.LO<<.!'SYILLL KY.





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SIAR PAPERS
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Is Here And Beef and Beans
Multi .Purpose Father's Day

.
I So Are Useful PresentsThere


will be no trouble selecting a gift with dash for Dad on
his day-June 1&-this year,according to the American Institute w rii
of Men's. and Boys' Wear.. The deluged new fashion ideasmakes
it easier than ever.
Shirts are more colorful, ties all the slacks or walk shortshe r
are wider,hats are back,Jewelry needs. The ones you give ;
is more valed, slacks are him this year will stay neatly
brighter, socks are color- pressed and shed wrinkles if
keyed, and, of coarse you select those permanent
turtlenecks and mockturtlenecks press finishes. U he is a "bla-
are as much wanted by eer man", buy him some of the
( Granddads as they are by the neatly-patterned models to
youngsters.Look wear with his solid-colored'
at the shirt section In sport coats or unpatterned sport
Dad's favorite store. Business shirts.Shake'n,
means color in shirts-the
deeper the door, the better.
Belgian blues, golds, yellows, Bake
raspberries, slate grays, SS
0 F spruce greens and coffees are Coating Is
among the favorite hues. Plain, I
1r7& In new narrower stripes and Delicious On Fowl
in a wide selection of checks, r
; Jr&I ....t the new dress shirts are better Shake'n Bake Seasoned Coating
looking than ever. Mix for Chicken Italian Flavoris *
As an added incentive, many currently being introduced by
of the new shirts are In the Good Seasons
polyester/cotton wa I h'n'wear The newest addition to the line
: blends, nave permanent press of seasoned coating mixes gives
finishes and the new soil release chicken a bright and lively
factor that prevents them from flavor Seasonings in the new
becoming dingy, grayed or ,el- mix Include Parmesan cheese,
lowed. oregano and other Italian-style
On the casual wear front, herbs and spices, and a light
.. turtleneck sport shirts will be touch of onion and garlic. trL r tir i
second this summer only to the Crispy chicken without frying
cooler mock-turtles which have can now be prepared with three
a single, rather than a double- differently seasoned coating eke R\,
fold. Other knits will carry mixes-Italian flavor, original
crew-necks, V-necks and the recipe, and mild country-style.
\i: classic placketed polo collars. Seafood can be prepared in the
With so much fashion emphasis same easy manner with the
on the neckline,a"Western"or seasoned coating mix for fish ,
"Apache" scarf Is a gin for AU four mixes have crumbs, I
today. It's a silk or silk-like seasonings, and shortening built
scarf that Is folded into a tri- in and come with handy plastic
\ angle, then rolled or folded to shaker bags.
Take slfiaH room add functional furniture, and hart a multi-purpose living area despite its full length Tied In a square- The coating mixes art reasonably -
a you
Make t quick getaway from foe kitchen la hot weather vim this skillet dinner of Beef and Beans
each,
knot, it Is worn in place of an priced containing
for this sleeping and
limited The four S's spell out the uses room: studying sitting
snacking.space.Convertible sofa by Broyhill Premier flip out and provides extra sleeping accommodations ascot with open-collared shirts one envelope of mix and one Ole Nourishing and hearty, the recipe stretches a pound of hamburger to feed t hungry family.
All-purpose barbecue sauce adds testy flavor with no long simmering required.
for guests.Octagonal end tables and desk boast plenty of storage space; mobile and as a finishing touch, with shaker bag.
cigarette tables provide surface area for accessories and snacks yet take up )less room than the turtlenecks.
conventional cocktail tables. These pieces, from BroyhlU's new "Diamond Head" collection, Swim trunks and coordinated
are mad of pecan veneers and solids and feature a deep,diamond design. sets of swim trunks and after- '"YOUR DOLLAR
swim Jackets are other fine ((1.
Father's Day gifts. The after-
PETER PAN LUNCHEON SANDWICHES swim beach coats and Jackets '
(Makes 4 sandwiches) BUYS MORE
Hurricane open-race : come in many styles ranging ill
Vi cup Peter Pan Smooth 1 can (12 ounces luncheon from kMt-lel\&Ullerry cloths
NEW YORK-Hurricane* Peanut Butter meal, cut Into 8 slices and terry-lined cottons to short s
have baton more than S.WIO 4 slices buttered whit and panfrled walstlength Jackets. Broad. / AT YOUR BANNER
live in the United Slain in the bread 4 slices tomato .
brimmed straw "beach.eomber"
\n 50 yean, the Imurjmc Information 4 pimiento-stutred olives
hats are not only SPECIALS GOOD
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war MM in 192$. lomnio. Giirnlvh with olive on pick.
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Pineapple Layered Dessert Strawberry ,Pineapple DesertAs c -

weather jets warmer, desserts often get shorter-at least

In the number of times we make dessert for the family. Who How to Make HurryUp
wants to heat up the kitchen with the oven? Here's a long tall Race Into Summer With "Day Before" Picnic

dessert that will let you keep your cool, even while you prepare
He
it. And if s plenty fancy enought to serve to company I Off to the raced! Man Food.
Aren't we all? The summer
With strawberry punch flavor lE'asonIth all Itt attending: .Beet OleIn
gelatin, you'll get that wonderful pleasures and excitement, beckons .
flavor of fresh fruit Pine- nd*'e long to get started. summertime, when beat

apple tidbits spark the clear red tax 0oFhfifo' "Gentlemen, start jour en- weighs the living is often easy
lower layer of this dessert, fines," Is the" sign*! to the Inv for every body but the cook.And

while sour cream added to half dUnapolit auto 500'classic racer to be. though yon have to please that

the gelatin makes a lovelytast- ar BOB BKIWrSTIB Memorial: Day. This might every well a' de man with hearty nourishingfood

Sar ing and lovely looking pink layer )(o..N_Oof a..w_. be the signal for your "chomp V it's great if you can manage -
ing"picnickers to begin a memorable it without spending a lot of
StrawberryPineapple: Layered ROUGH BUT TASTY meal-Memorial Day, a time in a steamy kitchen.

Dessert looks even prettier The rough fish problem Is a. race or event any Or appetiteraisingspoils Just a beautiful With this skillet dinner of
when garnished with whole fresh lot like the weather everyone I I. Beef and Beans Ole
talk about It, but no early summer day occasion : you can
strawberries, pineapple tidbits, action. enough for a picnic. turn out real he-man food In a

and mint sprigs,threaded on decorative Uiillk the weather, though This picnic fare brings all the hurry and make a quick getaway
tl picks kabob-style. this U one problem that can excitement of the Indy. "500"" to from the kitchen. The recipe
'iI fine chefs hold the be solved It If the table or the"tail gate. And stretches
R Many opinIon by eating up a pound hamburger
be take .
sure to along Sprite
.rt that strawberries should not enough fishermen would let out it's a natural for any outing to feed a hungry 1am11y-
their belt and overcome their
t be washed before eating, since repugnance toward the rough compatible with both food and another bonus-*lth the
;" they feel washing causes a flavor species friends-a real good mixer. addition of kidney beans and

loss. But you can retain all The table qualities of many Picnic food should be planned packaged enriched precookedrice.
...' the flavor of those beautiful berries rough fish surprise even the for ease of lance preparatpn| And it's a snap to add
I if you fill the sink or a most finicky eater observe the ns well as packing.; Insulated flavor "Ole" with a bottle of
large pan with cold water and expert at Mercury outboard bags and containers will keep Good Seasons Open Pit
When food either hot or cold, as you
properly prepared they
briefly douse strawberries before Barbecue Sauce
become a goutment'i delight desire. If more refrigeration Is handy on your
removing drain immediately needed take extra or dry Ice pantry shelf.
caps u I* the case with most anything :r. rX r-
and never soak because that swims file or mm. 'or the freeze cam .liquid.All Lexcept ...:::::: -,' -- Use one of your decorative

soaking destroys some of The list of common ..trub" of the food here can be roast. Put roast In shallow RICE SALAD skillets or pans that doubles
A long, tall dessert that keeps the cook cool in warm weather the flavor. Ash 1* long It Include such ,prepared the day before, placed I pan. Pour the mixture over 4 cup hot cooked rice as cooking utensil and serving
is Strawberry-Pineapple Layered Dessert. Because: the recipe species u suckers, carp, drum In containers, refrigerated and It. Marinate for several hours, 2 cup cooked, diced chicken dish to cut down on dishwashing
uses strawberry punch flavor STRAWBERRYPINEAPPLELAYERED chub, mooneyes, redhors and packed just before leaving for turning often. U French
gelatin, yovfll get that wonderful a wonderful day In the great CUD dressing later While the main dish
buffalo
flavor of fresh fruit. "Courtesy of Jell-O Strawberry Punch DESSERT outdoors. Even the chocolate Heat oven to 825 degrees.Place 1 tablespoon minced onion Is simmering on ra n 18-
Gelatin" Many of these are caught roast In oren and rout 25 1 teaspoon salt
commercially, but find their cake can be baked and Iced In to 30 minutes accordIng U top, make a mixed green salad
1 package (3 ot.) strawberry the that to the picnic. per pound teaspoon pepper'
i SWISS PASTA & SAUCE flavor gelatin way Into the fish markets under Have pan fun! roes to desired donenes Baste lib cup diced celery from the accompanying: recipe,
punch assumed (and more palatable often with the drippings and *4 cup chopped green pepper or use your own favorite combination
1 cup boiling water ) names. PICNIC ROAST .the marinade. Remove roast 2 tablespoons diced sour of seasonal salad
1/2 tray ((7 to 10) Ice cubes The "white perch" you buy from marinade. Let cool, then pickles
3/4 cup drained pineapple tidbits may be drum, "boneless cat" 2% to 3 roan'e of chill. Pack for the picnic and 2 tablespoon meet pickle greens. Crusty French: bread
I* often the odd-looking peddle-' round when ready to serve, cut In reli h served with this quick and easy
Ash or spoonbill Non-sport 2 teaspoons salt paper thin slice and serve in 2 tablespoon diced pimiento supper rounds out your menu
1/3 cup soar cream fish In saltwater receive: an ',i teaspoon black pepper roll with I any desired spreadand *. cup mayonnaise nicely (awl requires no effort
even more Impressive array of H teaspoon ground ginger relishes. Combine lice French drow from you other than slicing
Dissolve gelatin In blolingwa- moniker W teaspoon ground nutmeg A tasty spread i* made by ing, onion, salt and pepper. Let the bread).
Add Ice cubes and stir con- H preparedhorseradish stand about:;o minute Add
ter. To popularise and make BM ',i teaspoon garlic powder cup remaining
stantly until gelatin starts tothickend of the tremendous number of 1% teaspoons meat tenderizer : I !4 cup prepared Ingredient:' and toss
to 5 minutes. Remove rough flab that abound In our H salad oil mustard, !to cup chili sauce and'i lightly. Chill l thoroughly. Serve
cup U.S.
Thin to de- with of olive raillithe Buy
cup mayonnale. garnishing -
Is
water t missive undertaking !
Measure
unmelted ice. 1 10-ounce bottle of Sprite
a.a.p.gh.ttl. any acknowledge the Mercury aired consistency w Ith the marinade ,*, pepper| ling* or any desired
1 cup and add pineapple. lads. First, we must overcome Combine well all Ingredients, from roast. garninh.
r Spoon into glass dessert dishes Mr reluctance to actually bring Saving Bonds
'or sherbet glasses. Set aside in a met of ",....," suckers or '
refrigerator Add sour cream to "Ihunderpumpers" horn*. Then "
Remaining gelatin Beat with rotary we must know bow to turn

Carefully beater spoon until foamy over and fruited son. them whole Into family.dishes that delightthe Sesame Swiss Cheese LoafI Orange Coconut Party Pie

I The latter task mutt be approached
gelatin in dessert dishes. Chill with all the dash and
at least 1 hour Garnish with. ad- daring of a continental chef,
dltonal> pineapple tidbits, whole for the old "roll 'em In crumb
fresh strawberries and fresh and fry" method* usually wont
,
4> on a diet Though It Hound like th* kind of thing do. Contact the state wildlife
dieter 'full dream of. an.. 225 auce diet dinner h.. actually begun to appear on store ahelvea. picks, it. desired. tension division. for s p*e tal r
It I* even nutritionally complete and specially formulated for Makes 3 cups'or 4 senlnp.HELl' recipes for marinating for
appetite aaUnfaction.lor Creole for a hundred different
arfrty that*dd* a minimum of calorie and take Ju.t a approach
few minute.to prepare, try this delicious recipe U every fisherman could bean

SWISS PASTA SAUCEI.I'tal persuaded million of tons
FIGHT CANCER WITHA of rough fish could be removed

I nit Metrrral spaghetti with_t snrcedirt dl....((22S relmfee) CHECKUP AND A CHECK from water where they compel 4.aLlColorful
Urge a..abr..m., Blind. or.4 .null oa.. or I/J cup reaped with sport spades. Fishing
would Improve, and the oaun'u.
muakrooma C 17 NIotWeI)
I Ubl....... 8.... cheese IM c.lorU l find out' for yourU.TJ .11w t.
Co.-.n. & T>3u. rTrtTuTti?** (nU rug)* l.IA..'>1'1l v r _. "* Jfc: 't JHICKORY I 'tied.*e ,i 1y!( ryv'.
..m WMM .;;4.. .ex ha* iwrlledOanUh with gre* pepper
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I / EDGEWOOD Seed And S.U* cheese Combine In This Quick.Torrrpar .
Bread For Memorable Good Eating.
row of orange section, alternated with snowy whluflaked
AVE. B STORE Quick loaf bread belong on your table anytime ot day coconut,crow an eay-to-prepar orange-toned Ailing' In a
breakfast lunch dinner or snack.tlmo. Fragrant Sesame Swiss savory golden baked coconut crust the simple key to the creamy
cheese Loaf add a new dimension In tut no matter what the filling is I the use of packaged pie filing which cut preparationto
\ OPEN SUNDAY occasion. Wonderful with salads the nutUk flavor typical of a minimum. This luscious pie, created( by the My-T-Flne home
: both the cheese and sam* seed reaches even greater height economists, make a perfect ending for any luncheon or dinner
5U R MARK when served toasted for brunch or lunch. IlIut)'.
P.E
Today' homemaker will find the quick method ot mixing OIIANGF..CmONUT: "IECrtld
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. suited to her busy schedule too. All liquid Ingredient are added
to dry ingredient, mixed together and poured Into a baking :it tubli'iuNNin/ *soft butter
pan. What could be easier Make this loaf often. store It In the 1 ran (t 01.) fluked coconut 1
) U.S. # 1 refrigerator or freezer and serve to drop-In guest J'Wisp &I 'I'ol'Iill 1

Since bread product Uk* Sesame Swiss Cheese Loaf are part :2 package* (H4 01. each)
ot the baste four food groups you'll want to Include several )'. -F'ine Vanilla Pudding&Pie Filling
I servings every day to maintain and promote good health and to 1 cup (Hi pint) light cream .
provide the nutritional bonus of enriched Hour. Enrichment :2 cups fresh or frozen orange Juice
SMOKED POTATOESPICNICS means you can count on three B.vitamin* thiamine niacin Canned mandarin mange section and
and riboflavin and the mineral iron all without extra cost extra flaked coconut -."*
calorie enrichment 1 credited with virtual
or The process butter bottom and side of 8-Inch
Spread
vitamin disease evenly on pie pan
elimination of deficiency
once- ommon
k many sprinkle coconut evenly Into pan, pressing I Into bottom and aide I I
(LOUT ONE W/5.00 SESAME SWISS CHEESE LOAF to form mint. Rake In SWF oven for 10 to 12 minute or until
t 4 1 loaf golden. In""n. Cool. Prepare pie filling according to direction,
OR MORE FOOD ORDER)) | t lifted enriched fiour* touted sesame teed using the light cream and orange juice In place of milk; ('0101 l.
yt
cup cup Turn filling into coded I mint When filling U flues:. decorate with
I S Ubleipooa sugar s egg, beaten orange sections and coconut Hanged I In circle I *. Makes 6
t 10 IBS. i e teaspoon*.baking powder lye tope milk wit.ings.
1ft teaspoons salt
,
37 cup u GARBANZO BEANCURRY
: 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
(Serve t)
Sift together flour sugar, baking powder and salt Stir in
SOLIDOLEOc cheese and sesame seed Blend egg, milk and oil Add liquid I tablespoons butler dub of cayenne (more, U you
1 J all at once to flour mixture stirring only until flour U moistened. 1 medium sited onion, like your curry Uoi:)
Pour into greased 4VixSV inch loaf pan. Bake in preheated 1 S os. can (approx. 1 cup)
SMALL ITS oven U to 10 minute, or until done. Cool 15 minute before chopped SAW reeled Whole
'\': : removing from pan. 1 tablespoon curry powder Tomato.
;'; -If you dont sift and in the absence of other direction, spoon yt teaspoon sugar 1 IS Vt os. can Up>rox. Scups
) SAW Garbanxt Beans,
bur directly from container Into a one-cup dry measure level
off then remove two level tablespoonfuls per cup according to /4 teaspoon turmeric drained salt to taste

USDA recommendation SAUTE onions In butter until transparent and odd seasoning
NOTE: If self.rising flour I* used omit baking powder and ADD tomatoes and IUb&naoa and let simmer until beans are
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NEW AND USED CARPETS AND RUGS


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WEAVER "ADOPTION" PRINCIPALS-Olcott D. Smith Aetna Life Casualty chairman second
THE THERESA FLORIST from left, meets with Weaver High School principal Ezra Melrose, left, and students leadersto
outline Aetna plan to assist school. Students are, from left, Harvey Kelly, senior class president
d 5841 N.W. 11TH AVENUE Gary Goldstein Student Council president, and Jake Newman, Human Relations Com
mittee chairman. Scene is in front of Weaver.


HOMER HAWKINS, IR. Fabulous Hotel Must Make

PROPRIETOR MIAMI, FLORIDA Beach

Way For The New In Miami


l' .._._. PHONE 7598907AL'S Shorts MIAMI BEACH FLA-Another,and the last of the once-proud
queens that dominated Miami Beach hotel life In the 1920s, apparently
5ci; FLA/-Wlrt will be raced within the next few months. The Roney
MIAMI BEACH
Frank Williams UPHOLSTERY visitors In Miami received a Plaza will go the way of the Pair oast, the Flamingo and the Nautilus.

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real treat In 1908. That was the
DECORATORS year two streamboats were put Rumors the Roney would be street. A block of cabanas
Into service to what was to become replaced by a modern structure faced the ocean, more were a-
: And His Rocketeers Miami Beach, providinga were current last year, now round the elevated pool. The
AL TRESYANT, $509 N.'. 7TH AVENUE quick and easy method of seem to be nearing fact. Replacing gardens, where Sunday tea dan
crossings! Biscayne bay for a the 280-room hotel If ces were held during the'30s.were ,
t Featuring LITTLE BEAVER MANAGER MIAMI, FLORIDA 33121HARVEYS swim in the ocean. Previous present plans materialize In cement asocial center for the
, ly the crossings had been made and glass,will be an apartment entire community. Under dlf-
'Soul Stuff" "Do Right Man" "I Feel My Love Coming Down' by sailboat. Now four causeways building with 1. 62 units. daring ownerships, the Boner
span the bay to this resort The Roney was constructed In .maintained Us tradltlaoalrepo-
; Appearing city. 1924 on a choice oceanfront tattoo of gracious hospitality
NighllyCONTINENTAL tract between 23rd and 24th despite competition from new

,. er and larger hotels, _
CLUB Current owners Frankel
WIGS
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; n rnumonu: unit n Brothers Construction Co.,

t U10 INSURANCE SERYKE M'HVJJH Philadelphia have closed the

6000 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. 4419 NW 17 Ave \ tUIIUU MYWil DiMlGfit SHLL'ICITrfiwtM.. ..) hotel story apartment drawn plans with for attached a 14*

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NOW lit BURGERC05TLE RANGE FUNERAL HOME them along the baytront, others
: MRS.HARVElOrder : B7B7 N:W. 17TM AVENUC aloof the ocean between 46th
60th streets. The number of
Uiicrl .Wig As Shown M. ATMAUB 0 R.NOI N. .PATHICW(*. .......RANOKHM .. apartments and units within the city

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: : ,5780 MW 7th AVENUE A $79.95 Value For Only, $$18.95 7B7SM9COOPER'S The Flamingo years ago was the rued site now several .


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> The Nautilus, recently de-
-i'ii' : A 61ANT TREAT NAME molished will be
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World News Digest Commissioned at FAMU New OrleiRS Mayor Gets



.By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALA t. Aid For Cool l Summer Moves


.------ ---------- 7A NEW ORLEANS (NPI) If this city keeps Its cool this

YEAR AWAYCAPETOWN summer, this city's new mayor's aide, Philip M. Batiste, may
be able to claim a good part of the credit.

(NPI)- Tim first election of 40 elected w Baptlste, 36, was named as an came involved in a dispute with
members of the new Colored Representative Council is J assistant to Mayor Victor H. black leaders over beach

ticketed to be held Around the middle of next year, according Schiro, In an effort to Improve segregation
to Minister of Colored Affairs M. Vljoen. In addition, the Interracial relations The cityIs A new beach to be built on
council assembly chamber Is scheduled for completion at about 40 per cent Negro. Lake Ponchartrain has been

least before April, 1970. According to Baptlste, the attacked on the grounds that
"courageous leadership"In it would be segregated,
HAZARDS OF OFFICE New Orleans has helped avert as Negroes have traditionally
"the violence that has disruptedso used the spot.
CHICAGO'NPIChange by assassination seems to have many other cities." But Baptiste, in defending the
become the standard way to oust heads of government In $ The leadership he said, "Is mayor's beach plans,
abortive attempts recently against All Aref, premier of the 4t. yu evident from the appointment maintained that segregation
Trench territory of the Mars and Isasa (formerly French yy 1Y of a member of a minority would not be perpetuated. "I
Somaliland), and incumbent presidential candidate .Arnulfo r 1ct group to be a mayor's aide."' think the mayor is Just taking
Arias of Panama. Two weeks ago however, another leader T Baptlste added: "There's always a step to provide another outlet'
((7) was the target of an assassination attempt-David Barks- room for improvement in for healthy, supervised recreation '-
dale, U-J tr-old leader of the Disciples teen-age gang. His. the racial situation. 1 have no ," he said.BaptIste,1955
would-be assassins were members of the rival Blackstone reason to doubt that I win bea graduate of Dlllard Universityhas
I Rangers; r'Lieutenant factor in creating an improve completed 31 semester
ment situation hours of graduate work at the
TALKS SITE "This is not just because I Atlanta University School of

am a Negro, but because of my Social Work He has done social
experience in dealing with all work for the New Orleans Urban

KAMPALANPIThis capital city of Uganda Is sharing races and because of my strong League and case work for
with Paris the distinction of being the site for peace negotiations. belief in my fellowmen. the State Department of

Paris has the Viet Nam negotiations underway, and 1 Immediately upon being named Welfare.

Kampala, If both sides agree, will be the site for peace to his new post, Baptiste be- .
negotiations between representatives of the Federal Republic

of Nigeria, and Its break-away Republic of Blafra.


PROMOTIONS General John L. Throckmorton, Commanding General Banquet during ROTC Week ceremonies at FAMU. (1-r) Willie YOU DON'T RAVE TO 60 TO TOWN TO SET

Third U.s. Army, with headquarters at Fort McPherson Jackson of Tallahassee, James SoweD of Jasper, Mile Polk of
ADDIS ABABA (NPI) Three more native Ethiopianshave Atlanta, Ga. with seven Florida AI>M University cadets Apalachicola, General :Throckmorton; : Larry James of FL Lauderdale -
pose
been upgraded to posts with Increased responsibility in Reginald Campbell of Washington D.C. Harold T.
who will be commissioned u second lleutnants la June.Gen LOW PRICESDRUG
Ethiopian Airlines' administration. Ogbaslon HaDe has been eral Throckmorton was guest speaker at the Junior-Senior Smith of Pensacola, and James Gist of buffalo New Yoi*.'
named assistant director, passenger sales; Zakarias Tousufis .
the new district manager in Karachi, Pakistan; and Bekele Chicago Youth

Asfaw has been made contract administrator for the airline. Brown's Economic Virginia University ConfabOn Honored PosthumouslyFor STORE NEEDS


DEATH AT 15 Union Will Reading Used Television Heroism Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE

DURBAN-(NPQ-South Airless tiny Liberal party,formed WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
forces In the "Articulation of reading Kindergarten through CraCAGO-NPI Southslde ,
grams
In 1953 to prevent "polarl .Uoo of political pn PAPERS. We
deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions
country Into white and black camps", went out of existence Fight DiscriminationCLEVELAND College" was the theme of I I he!: Spring Reading Conference youth bas been posthumously

after 15 years of trying to bridge the gap between races. Us which was held on Saturday,Ma;]y4 Virginia Union University. awarded the nation's second:
disbandment was triggered by the current proposal before -(NPI"We"'etaJte4 The keynote speaker was Dr. Emerald Dechant of Fort Hays highest medal for herolsmth
Parliament .to mate multi-racial political parties Illegal. talked, talked about discrimination Kansas State Cotltp, co-autl lor of Psychology in Teaching Distinguished Service Cross,
for years. Now, Reading and author of ring the Teaching of Reading. for his valor in Vietnam. Dixie Pharmacy

COLOR TV Pm trying to help get rid of According to Mrs. LaVerne ference was the structureof Sgt Larry Martin, 19, was

it." Byrd Smith, director of the the workshop groups designed cited by the Army for leading
NASSAUNPtColor television is coming to the Bahamas, That Is former Cleveland Jim University Reading Center at to bring teachers of each of his squad against strong enemy 1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE
as a result of a $2 million contract signed by the Bahama Browns' football star Virginia Union University, thisconference these Instructional levels together forces In Vietnam last Nov II
Broadcasting and Television Commission with Clmarron Tele Brown's explanation for starting sponsored by the for Inter-level He was mortally wounded lathe Pint 353-55J7
and
vision corporation, Oklahoma City. The new station, present the Negro Industrial Department of Education and discussion of common needs and engagement, after being Injured -

programs In full color, Is expected to be In operation early Economic Union" last year about, In Psychology hoped to create a to dramatise the idea that three times but not quit- PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND
effort to 40 something
next an much needed dialogue between ting.
year. learning to read Is a continuous
what alls us black people"Now teachers of reading In elementary process. His mother, Mrs Betty Mar-

ACQUITTEDLUSAKA Brown's group Is branching schools and teachers of Each workshop will be staffed tin, who adapted him when be TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
out-thanks to a $10,000 la secondary was a baby was presented the
reading and English : by a coordinator and a team ,
(NPI) Harry Nkumbula, leader of the Zambia donation from Playboy Maga- schools and colleges of reading teachers representing award.
African National Congress (ZANC)) was acquitted la Lusaka tin and $9.000 in. member-have throughout the state. At many the kindergarten, primary
Magistrate Court recently of charges ci Insulting President ships and donations that conferences teachers of elementary Intermediate, secondary and
Kenneth Kaunda. The offense Is alleged to have occurred: come In since the ..-cr14 the ace secondary and college college levels of instruction.One .
during an electioneering meeting at Mbabala last Feb. 14. was interviewed In levels meet separately to team from the Richmond
magazine's February sometimes Issue. discuss reading needs and area Included Reading Skills Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans

PAY TOO LOWCOVENTRY According to the problems related to their particular from Early Childhood Education
screen actor, his organisationhas levels of reading through College recognition

England (NPI) Britain's first colored decided: to "make use of e. } rucUoo. that skills developed In the

constable: Yusuf Daar; 15, has quit the polic4 force, after only black professional peopIe-bear An Innovative feature of the 3 afid 4-year-old program (already
two years' service. Now engaged to an audlologlst trainee at middle-class Negroes'we Virginia Union University Coo- established la Richmond)
them
a Birmingham hospital, Daar says the policeman's pay, $Ma so much about -to draw are related to reading skills 4'W
Sees
week take-home. Is not enough to support a wife. in with us, Negroes to lend their in all talents the Senator needed for success In college. wit w a"r j
to young
Two other teams will
various they could" workshop
ways Slums Changes
FAMU's Curter The union also will use the be staffed from the Petersburg
and the Fredericksburg com
value of black athletes
LEADER Image
System AllowsFor In personal-contact programs Vote ThoughtsWASHINGTONThe munities.Another conference feature
with black youth, especially:
PHILADELPHIA national recent was a "A Trip Around the
organisation to honor outstanding Graduation the ghettos," be said. vole of Sen. Ernest E. HoUlngs Modern World of Reading1'via

Negroes la American '(D., S"C.: ) against the cuts lathe closed circuit: television. This
History has been founded and FLA.- Aetna Life And anti-poverty program appropriations session focusing attention on ?
TALLAHASSEE
fittingly based la Philadelphia "The Materials Explosion"will
/YAM made by an ec
where our nation was tarn (FAMU Florida University feature materials other than jr
will hold Its spring Casualty Adopts onomy-minded House of Representatives ,
Once every month, members commencement activities June Is credited to an basal readers designed to aid .
of The American Negro Commemorative In developing proficiency the
experience the Senator and Mrs.
4000 seniors have .
Society will select: for Nearly Hartford High School HoUlngs had on a visit to Columbia spectrum: of skills In reading
filed graduation.The
mall ballot a American
by great S.C. programs k-lC.
first commencement exercises -
N HARTFORD CONN.-Aprll 30 The Rev. L DeQulncey New
!
under the
: quarter system
will be held at zoo p.m. Aetna Life&. Casualty said today man, NAACP field director for S C. Governor
that II will "adopt" a 44-year South Carolina with the aid of ,
Calmer
In the Jake Gymnasium
old school Aetna's home
high
some white clergymen,prevail
with Dr.Albert NMIIIn& President
of North Carolina at city here In a special procram'dealpe4 ed upon Senator and Mrs. Hoi- Names NegroTo
to add dimensions Ings to Inspect some of the worst
Durham Five College, u speaker of Law students to the school's educational activities. slums in ColumbIa.. Mrs. Hoi- 3 .

'f will become the first students h lings Is reported to have become Key Agency
bt
Under the plan first of Its physically sick from the f 7 it HTM
to receive the Doctor of Jurus
degree All former LL.B. degrees kins In the East, Aetna's employees sights and odors she encount COLUMBIA, S.C,-The Rev.
will be changed: to Doctor and certain company: ered. The Senator then pledgedto L De Qulncey Newman, NAACP Dr. Daniel Hale Williams ((1858-1931))
faculties will be available to
vote for more funds for low. .
of Jurus degrees.The field director for South Caro-
complete commencement provide assistance requestedby income public housing and to ,.Una, has been named a member :j
calendar of events follows;Fri Weaver High School "rethink his opposition to funds of the state's 14-person Advisory -
day, June 7, 10-00 a.m. Presi Weaver was chosen: by school for the anti-poverty program" Council for Comprehensive
officials and by Aetna because In the put Senator Roll He performed the first 1
YAI dent's Chat With Senlors.Char- of its ngs, Health Planning (consumers).
special needs. Original
like other Southern politicians
lee Winter Wood Theatre5at- many Cover Robert E. McNalr announced -
I GEORGE BEACH urday, June 8, ,:00 p.m. Consecration designed its enrollment to handle 1,000 Is students had voted against most the appointment here, successful heart operation. .
now social welfare and civil
rights
Negro whose achievements are Services, Charles 1,450. The student body is 60 April U. Mr. Newman's term
worthy of commemoration: A Winter Wood Theatre,-00p.m.. legislation. will expire in 1970.

noted sculptor will then be commissioned President and Mrs. Gore's Reception per In announcing cent Negro.the action, 01- On a cold, windy night In 1893, a ether enough money for an education,

by the Society to for Seniors, their Relatives cott D. Smith, Aetna Life t man was rushed to Chicago's Provident Dan put himself through a local acad

design and sculpt a commemorative the Alumni, the Faculty Casualty chairman, said SEAFOOD CENTER Hospital with a knife wound a fraction From
medal in honor of this and Friends, Grand Ball- "Helping to provide high of an inch from hit heart. Wisconsin he went to Chicago,
person. The total issue of each room, Student Union Building. education to urban quality 144 N MYRTLE AVE PH EL 4 14(1, On duty was the hospital's young and with the help of a prominent family.
of the Society's commemorative Sunday, June 9 9-00 a.m.Commencement people Is an obligation of young founder, Dr. Dan William. Instead of Dan William entered Northwestern
Exercises Jake every file AMITW usual sedatives and Medical School. He graduated in 1883
medals wiU be limited to one admini.terlnghe
citizen, individual and corporate kwM fUnm Wk.. b VUMT' -* a trim* Of. ikxiW Mk
sterling silver proof for each Caliber Gymnasium. Education Is also of tAMCIIS IMAfit ..I, IMA6INIO k> .-.M vlmml. Tkl prayer*, Dr. William summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's
one I"u .. ..... ...
.v"w aow1e PAIl N
wvw .r his him make history Southside.
member of the Society, plus a the key solutions to the problems M a"NN e.uu evuv HI., It .1.w e.. .... I.N.I I In. colleagues to help -
single specimen la solid platinum Roy Wilkins confronting urban areas. It was a long shot. X-rays, sulphur In 1891 Williams founded the Provident -
to be offered for public We at Aetna Life A Casualty ..a.w..d N..Ir.. drug,blood uanauaion-cOday surgical Hospital, the first
ale of which the proceeds will Will Gel Liberty feel privileged to have the Opportunity BOAT WHITING La. 35c necesside*-were little known medical to all patient and physicians, regard

be donated to an appropriate to contribute: towardon SirCl.tb TREAT: tool at the time. Yet, with great skill, of race or creed.

DOD-p r 0 fit Institution associated Bell Award enriched educational program -. ........ '- .... ....... Dr. Williams performed the impossible: From ChicagoWilliam wa called to
with the subject being at Weaver High School." YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER the first successful heart operation. And Washington to reorganize and head the
commemorated. cl.I.s..IN.s.* lb. 69''C the patient lived. Freedmen's Hospital, then operated by
NEW
George Beach, ,president of YORK4nbi5IlydpubIICappearance state his return Business Man SPECKLED TROUT Had it been any other hospital or any the Federal government. He organiiedFreedmen'
._ ....
.
'NM RI"" other the have died into department collected
the Society and one of the na where beheaded surgeon, man might ,
artists from Tehran, Iran CATFISH within the hour. "Sewed the human staff of specialists and created
tion's ,leading Negro the United States delegation Confesses FailureIn up a twenty ,
stressed the Importance: of the to the United Nations International STEAK FISH 89c heart", headlined a Chicago newspaper. the beginning of a nursing school
organisation's endeavor."Many Conference on Human -, EmploymentWHITE POMPANO1" I Mbtl a. That hospital operating room was a Under William' administration, this
notable American long way from the mail frame house once primitive institution housed in six
Negroes were given summary Rights Roy&IIDUI11Jbe1tT Wilkins received SULPHUR SPRINGS, ROE MULLET .. 3Sc'I| SMALL MULLET .. 29c outside Pittsburgh,where Dan was born. pre-Civil War buildings, soon became

recognition: la their t1me-&Dd : the fourth W.VAXNPO- advertising ... By the time he wa twelve, his father the forerunner of our modern hospitalEvery
of theOueens .FlOUNDER
Award County
soon thereafter forgotten. Now Bar BeU Association on May 1. executive has admitted his own 49C1 I SHAD ROE .. 75c had died and his mother had deserted. time another heart operation
their recognition: will come In The Executive Director ci the Industry's failure to hire sufficient a. ....... ._ ....,.. So, Dan took to the road and settled saves a life,it 1* living tribute to one of
'a new form that can: never National AIIoclaUODfor: the A4- numbers of Negroes and in Wisconsin as a barber. Scraping tothe truly great "Ingeniou Americans".
Puerto Ricans Charging that CRAB MEAT

be forgotten AutomobilesNEW vancemcnt cited: by of the Colored Queens lawyersfor Peoplewas the Industry Is below averagein ...... ...... M. MH ca.. .. M" /c"Ma M4It I OLD TAYLOR '
Insuring providing employment opt KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON
YORK To "outstanding service performed portunities to members ci minority ,ITiCACv eaii Ib. $1.50
protect
>>
in keeping with the spirit John EIUottJr. uaciMIDIUM MNFUOcr JTIAIGHTIOUtSON .MFfOOf.THC OtDTA'/\'oa DISlitUIYCO..fIANKfOI'&LOUISVILlf.a'.
themselves against financial groups, SHRIMPIMM4 ': $1:15:
Ib.
brought on by automobile accident &. of our Constitution Imposing chairman: Ogllvy't Ogilnr -.... Would you like to own this handsome sculptured bust of Dr. D. H. Williams? It's 8" tail, mode of
*.American car owners paid tb too cltlsens the duty of strengthening blather, Inc. commented "That antique bronze cast stone, and carries the complete William story. It costs $5.00 (which I It what It

about 99.2) billion in auto in. aDd safeguarding the Is a bell c a place for people ltITIWIN4 OYSTERS'I costs us), Send check or money order to.Old Taylor, Box 4865,Grand Central Sta.,N.Yv N.Y. 10017.
of liberty for themselves I I
premium in 196 according blessings who consider themselves problem '
1.25" .
urancf
to the Insurance Information and succeeding: : PIII"tIODI. solvers,pace-setters,and ; I
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PAGE 12 STAR PAPERS 'SATURDAY MAY 18 1968

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I Bethune's Car Fuller Signs for $60,000 With Los Angeles StarsWHEN -


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YOU ARE ILL A&T Athletic Head "

Bdmplorfs 68 Tennis Teamf ,J *? M'c

You Seek The Best Doc
Named by President I' '
tor. When Your Doc'tor

Prescribes. Get Experi- GREENSBORO, N.C.- Dr. William M. Bell, athletic directorat :
A&T State University, has been appointed to the President's "
ended Pharmacists To J./ r ;
%
Fill Prescriptions According Q' Council on Physical Fitness and Sports .

Dr Bell received a telegram in his new committee assign- '
To Your Doctor'sOrders. -- .
last week from Vice President *
ment, Dr. Bell will serve-with
Hubert Humphrey inviting him the leading sports and physi- />7' *

We Use Only The Best .. to Join in the Council's plan- Cal fitness men In the nation I M-
'-
Quality Drugs. cE BLACK nlng sessions In Washington. r \ e

Prop r 1ei.o.,.

3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA

\, .
"
music to sound right in a
.. COMPLETE LINE Getting
studio"is a matter of getting a

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sun-

dries. elements.eThe

-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED- I

1901 KINGS ROAD 353.8219 to getting a great gin..a perfect

balance of elements..dryness.flavor,

Lilly's Drug Store the works.That's what I find in

Gordon's Gin"


66 BUICK LE SABRE . $1995 mmtr ,_ .eI1 1_ ill\1i\ f i1
>J1 H'TOP, Ale CONDITIONS. IIIIN II ICLIIVINO RAY [ .,f r'/: / Mutt Dlnelor ttnton 4 Bowin, fnc'one off ..
ITS ALNARP. nilion Cftopln'A If'ml*.,<1. InttrnftHtnil ricilflitli f ncln. ; covdln ot,.KOKiuttto",., lot M_founauionlnl ,R icords.I The tennis team of Hampton, shown above, seems prepared for has always played an Important part in the development of character -

65 T-BIRDIANDAU $1995 all the Intricacies of the sport. Athletic Director Herman N. and has emphasized health. Photo by-HAMPTON

AIR C N01T1 N. NEW RECONDIt NED MOTO,. I sl Neilson Is also tennis_coach. Hampton, which dates from 1868,
64 CIIEV. MALLRU STA. WAG. . $129S

fi7 CHRYSLER"NEWPORT. HIM Alt CONDITION.. ,$2995 Hampton Institute Tennis Team Athlete's Career Began At
tO-X' >, IrtO'. I" COMOITIONPO, A MAL SUV
67 PONTIAC CATTALINA $2895
\A 0*' M,nf, AIR CONDITION. LIKf ..IW. PACTOftV WAil.
M BUICK225ELEO.$2595 Lists Four Old LettermenThe 12 Years-Mother Interested


66; hOj,1)!ti.Q 'Q ". ,EOU/IMlNT.10081. : ,MEW: .. .. $2795 1968 edition of the Pirate Tennis Team boasts four re- Bethune-Cooknun College's 6' 9" Cage Star, Carl Fullerhas
.UeuPYDAN, VINYL I O''AND $TE'EO. LOADED. r furnine lettermen: Arthur Carrington. Reginald Stevenson,John estimated $60,000.00 pact with the Los Angeles Stars
65 FORD 500 .. .. . ,$1295 Hall and Charles Parks. signed an American
T, POWERTSINO. Professional basketball team of the Basketball Association
67 CHEVROLET: I: IMPALA $1,95 All f o n r have had wide and this year's team. Both will be
r ARDTOP A MAYK; rN0"I'yp. E N',,. varied experience In the tennis playing their final
( WARRANTY..AD'O r. year asPirate have
l The all-conference player also I look back 1 would
6$ CIIE'V...PtIMPALA k. .. .$1695M circuit and will carry the bulk netters and big things are as ,
received a bonus said to be ended hanging
?\* C oTti, H6 /\* '-. POWU5 'ITASRIN,, rKTOiv6S ai of the load for the netters this again expected of them. about one-fifth of the total con probably around the block. up Fuller also
POmIA( STARCH IEF .11795 Ja season. Junior Arthur Car ring* The Pirates have high hopes
tract. The contract Is a two- stated "1 like arrangement
000 MTP LOADED WITH I IttlirMFNT. AIR CONDITIONED: ton who holds down the No. 1 for this year, but recognize the my
67 MUSTANG V8 12395 year agreement The legal with the Los Angeles Stars,
spot on the squad Is the Bulls of Johnson C. Smith *
cur-
!" COMDITIONtO. AUTOMATIC T AN4 fOWft Heea1N0. as chance
made
{ .. arrangements were two because I have a good

67 PLVMOUTIf FURY III V-A $260S6SRIVIKRA rent. Earlier C.LA.A.In singles his champIon. year's their greatest threat. Last Indicative weeks ago, but the Bethune- to play regularly, with the Detroit -
lYM uec. UN_ LOWER STU"4 AIR COND4: 'ACT WAil. collegiate championship was Cookman College Public Pistons I am sure I would

: .. .................... $229 career In the, Caringtoo Freshman was Division runner-of of the close bottle that Relations Office was asked not have sat out two or three.
AIR CONDIt/fNR 2 MT nur. up Is always inevitable when the to reveal any information until seasons."
67 RAMBLER 770 .$199! the Eastern Intercollegiate two squads come toghether. all contractual

82 GRAND Xt r *P'iftx'igT'\i{ .'s TRY WAG.WAt -,IllJ Tennis Championships Smith will hare a very talented, were completed. arrangements
Along wilt: the A&M
very capable highly seasoned team this Florida
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM st year Fuller was drafted. In the top
Wf t- f Qf AH *|PUt Charles Parks, Carrington also all all indications are that they five by the Los Angeles Club.
rrbit ArmoviTo tin iPdTi captured the C.LA.A. doubles will be seeking for the
revenge He was also the number five Has Rash Of
IeI to championship. Parks, himself avery two-points by which the Pirates choice of the Detroit Pistons
R. S. EVANS3rd formidable player, w a srunnerup captured the championship last
Cons,.OUt.CfMMtf M Professional Team of the New
London, nf/cntf in 769.. In the No. 2 division season.In National BasketbaU Association. Signees
lit me emit MWW M Cnf ind, of the championships last year. all, the Pirate betters will .
America end(ft**ofW.nwici He Is expected to be In top form bare quite t busy schedule.They At Betbune-Cookman TALLAHASSEE Florida A
& MAIN this and College, 1 M Is going out in the way In'the
year provide some push will face such top schools as Fuller set a conference tournament -
M11 L w%*m m Ktiio.ni MM ..M tmii M HW,un,11 for Carrington. The other two. Colgate, Mew York University record signing football team contracts -
EL 4-ftMl OPEN TIL 9.30; P.M KL; 44382 veterans, John Hall and Reginald and Penn State. Coach Neilson In a by sinking 60 points and will add to
single game as a
Stevenson round out the and his charges really have That contractual signatures In baseball
sophomore. year be set a
remainder of the nucleus for their share of work before them. school and track.
rebounding record with The players have contracts


FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered Now! Bill Buntin, FormerAllAmerican a and S79 career for 1,847 a total.1.4 reboundS average of 1,630. He He points was has Agent as signed free,and agents one three prospective, one draftees draftee free may has


named to three All-Conference
Is Dead sign soon.
Teams three All Tournament
Jot Williams, ninthrounddraft
Teams and the SIAC
DETROIT Bill Buntln. from eighth place the year nament was Tour- choice by the Rams,Is now
former All-America center before be was eligible to a tie 196S. player-of-the-year In the leading hitter with the

who led the University of Michigan for fourth during his sophomore Fuller sat out the 1967 .'Rattlers! holding an average cI.381.
l r from the bottom to the top season With Russell added.thl season -. Major Haxleton, third-
w because of
..i1l.11 =1 of the Big Ten standings, collapsed with a twelve leg Injury however round draft choice of the Bears,

and died of an apparent remaining and Nathaniel James,' sixth-
credit hours be
heart attack following a basketball was eligible round draft choice of the
for the 1968
.
J season.Carl's
i 'I game last week. He was 26. J Browns, will sign
I .r BuntIn basketball career began John Milton track
r was a three-time All. Eugene ,
'. at the age of 12, when his
Big Ten center and twice was teamer, Is expected to sign asa
named to the All-America team. mother, Dorothy Lee Fuller free agent with the Miami
asked a local high school coachto
He went outside for a breath Dolphins of the American Foot'
5 of fresh air after playing In a teach her young six foot son ball League John Eason,
the art of basketball. When
basketball game at Detroit 5 All-Amerlcan end, signed with
Cathedral High School. Carl Joined the local high school the Oakland Raiders of the AFL.

He returned complaining of team as a freshman at age 11, He was drafted In the tenth
he was already 6' S" He ledthe
\ shortness of breath and was round by Oakland.
rushed to a hospital where A. J. Murray High School' The Kansas City Chiefs of the
basketball team ;
be was pronounced dead. utILAugustineto AFL signed five players as
.- BuntIn set Michigan scoring 45 victories against three free agents namely, Sharon
"
defeats.
records which lasted Although Carl had 31 Sims
only until Stallworth Rudolph ,
Caziie Russell shattered them ), scholarships when he graduated Richard Ford, linemen, and El-
1. from high school be did not
,
: the following season. He was roy Morand and John Rolle,
the No. 1 draft choice of the plan to enter any college. His backs. The Boston Patriots of

Detroit Pistons upon his graduation mother once again made the the AFL signed Preston Johnson
In 1965. decision she arranged a meetIng and the Dolphins signed James

The lanky Buntln took Michigan IcG with Coach Jack WcClaIren Long halfback.:
A summer Job and a-grantin.aid In the NFL Eddie Cooper defensive -

You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR Let Go entered were worked Bethune-Cookman's out and Carl Baltimore back Colts., signed Halfback with the

Summer session the same years: Andrew Greene signed with the

Fuller says, "Now I am happy Ottowa Rough Canada..

,_IT $01o.u... aAS...
The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News Y 0.11.wi Major League Continues

BEDTIME FOR BASS
Hill Uunlin
Spawnln time Is Oshin time. Program With CocaColaNEW
YOU Want To Read AbouL.But And its right around the Wolverines then ripped off three

comer, already underway in straight conference crowns. : YORK NEW: YORK, MAY r, 10, 1968-. Major League Base-
the south, about
to begin up But the 6-" recruited
north. giant ball and The Coca-Cola Comp;iny today by Baseball Commis-
For many bats fishermen despite not having played his stoner General William D. Ecke rt.

You don t have to borrow your neighbor s paperto this event signals the start of senior season in high school, The baseball promotion called Baseball Player Association-

read about the activities in your churches, the wildest to find action they can expect found his weight and lack of "Top and Tips"will feature tie- together with The Coca-Cola
during the season. speed prevented him from
clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 The spawning of America's mating the National Basketball ins with local American and National Company and its Independent

homes in Jacksonville alone are having their favorite favorite game fish holds more Assocatton Club. He had League Clubs and play bottlers throughout all the var
than paulnln&ereat. commentthe ers. It basically involves collectin ious major league territories."
delivered and Sat from a playing weight ot
Friday gone
Negro newspaper angling experts at Mercury c sets of special bottle' All this saving and swapping
urday. Why not you? outboards 130 pounds to 265 and was caps with the pictures of individual of bottle caps will hare Its re
unable to shed it
; When early spring water following a
Major League players ot wards. As youngsters acquire
temperatures lenghty holdout
Start Home Delivery Of The STAR This Coning Week I fish move approach into shallow 60 degrees The next year be tilled to each local team under the cap. complete sets of the stars in
water. Papa Bass works hard survive the final cut with the In 1967, the first year Major the "home team" cities, they
\ to fan out a nest in the bottom ,Indiana League Baseball and The Co may redeem their collection
Packers of the American
and induces Mama Bass for attractive
to lay caCola Company Joined in baseballoriented

I Just Fill in The Blank Below And say. created her eggs haven in this; the specially number may l Shed Basketball In a brief Association fling with and this program, the promotion premiums such as autographed
was called "Match The pictures official
Stars.. team
I t range from 4,000 to 10000. ae Detroit Lions of the National ,
This done. Mama flips her Football League. In making public the announcement pennants and official Little,
I Florida Star tail and disappears, leaving Buntin of this project, which faa League baseballs. There are
P. 0, Box 599Jacksonville : the old man to protect the nest 20.1 averaged 2.5, 28.1 and Joint effort of Major League other premiums which will be
: against all Intruders points during his three
( for a Clubs, players and The Coca- available at the option of localbotUers. -
Florida 32201 period of incubation that may seasons as a Wolverine,hauling
Cola .
General
I last from two days to more down 310, 338 and 323 rebounds. Company Eckert
II than a week. said: "1 am happy to see Ma- James F. Williams, Vice Pre-
I Deliver :The Florida Star every week to: And protect the nest he does. In 1964. when Buntin was a jor League Baseball again Join sident Advertising and Sales

Any creature or object that: Junior and Russell a sophomore, in this cooperative venture with Promotion of The Coca-Cola

trespasses Hence, the II violently attacked. of Michigan went to the semifinals The Coca-Cola Company I am Company, noted that baseball
effectiveness of almost the NCAA tournament before
sure it will have the same enthusiastic as a participation sport has experienced -
any fishing lure
plopped being ousted by Duke and the
NAME -------_-,'-------_____.. In the vicinity. next the Wolverines participation it was a steady and substantial
year were
When the eggs hatch. Papa given by literally millions of rise over the years.
thwarted UCLA
Bass by in the
obviously famished after process "Baseball
the embodies
ADDRESS : youngsters across countryyam deep tradition
several days of of winning its second
-APT- playing watch last ." and
unswerving
97
M, dog reverts to his usual bad straight national crown.
CITY 1)1'" '.' disposition and glutton's habits.. 'The amiable Swum was recruited Commissioner' Eckert added:: William louncmr1ca," Mr.
PHONE This the Mercury lads say assistant "This project again will unite observed, "and we
by a Michigan
..4 emphasises the pugnacious and who saw the tall youth with a, the promotional efforts of American firmly believe this promotion
.. brutelike attributes that have and National League featuring America's Major

I will pay the carrier 20 cents per week for my paper made sought bass attar the game most fish eagerly In the cast from on halfcourt his leg duringhalftlmesof swishing shots Baseball Clubs and the individual about League stars can only bring

I U.S. high school major league players ret greater interest in bothCONTINUED
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I McArthur Spikes Is Boxing Coach at Eartha White Community Center .1


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Sports Practice, Session Guinyard Appoints Pro Boxer'

ParadeBy .............,

Who Once Sparred With Clay ;
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL !

i2 McArthur Spikes, professionally-known as "Razorblade" *

Jackson, has been appointed as boxing coach of the Eartha *
OUTSTANDING White Community Center Boxing team, according to Julius >
.
Gulnyard center director. 3

RICHMOND, Va. (NPI) Local hometown hero Arthur Gulnyard former boxing because ne has shown a great
Ashe was easily the outstanding player In the United States' coach, said he decided to turn deal of Interest In the young
American Zone first round sweep over the British Caribbean. 1 over the coaching Job to Spikes amateur boxers at the center. J

5-0. Ashe, brilliantly displaying his blistering service and Spikes was a former sparring
artful court game, vanquished Caribbean captain Richard Four Cardinals partner of Cassius Clay. tHe
Russell, 632, 6-4, and Lance Lumsden, 6-1,6-1,6-4. as has fought such battlers as
the U. S.rolled to a 5-0 victory the cone tennis competition. Three Pirates Bobby Foster, number one
4 : fighter in the light heavyweight -
EYES SWITCH
Are
I Top LeadersNEW division. 1
Spikes said his first official
MIAMI (NPI) Heavyweight challenger Buster Mathis, YORK The World's action will be to call a special fc
who muffed a tackle of provisional champion Joe Frailer a it *!S 'r i_ champion St Louts Cardinalsand meeting for all local amateur .

recently Is considering playing fullback for the New Jets of the pennantcontendingPlttsburg boxers Friday, May 17, at 6:30
the American Football League However, Mathis, an 11-round Pirates have the top p.m.
TKO loser to Frailer In a bout for a "mini" version of the Individual talent in the National Members of the Eartha White

heavyweight championship, did not say whether he'd quit ,__ League, according to a poll of Community Center Boxing
boxing if the Jets gave him a shot at pro football { .1- N. L. managers appearing in Team are: Glenn Kleckley and _

$ma the current issue of SPORT Alverda Ferguson,co-captains;
AU, "RING" AGREE .r.. 4.w P Magazine.The Jimmy Williams, Jimmy

I : poll, which rates every Slaughter, Gary Jackson, Gary
NEW YORK (NPI) Ring Magazine, the bible of boxing 'T player in the league at every Cohen, Jimmy Smith, Leroy

two weeks ago agreed with Muhammad All, better-known In : position, lists four Cardinals James, John Young, Simpson
boxing circles U Cassius Clay,that be must still be recognized and three Pirates u best at Mitchell Jimmy McFadden,
as the "heavyweight champion of the world." Ring which their respective posts. Irvin Cohen, Kenneth Stokes,
listed All as champion in its latest ratings, said it will "'-- .- --- .....,'......'i." x.4 First baseman Orlando Ce- Flck Rochester, James Sumph,
continue to do so until the United States Supreme Court either': McArthur Spikes, newly-appointed boxing coach of the Earths Center, operated by the Jacksonville Recreation Department, is peda, leftfielder Lou Brock, Donald King, George Austin and
upholds or rejects All's conviction for resisting military draft. White Community Center boxing team, is shown above a prac directed by Julius Gulnyard. catcher Tim McCarver and Fred Mack
tice session with Jimmy McFadden. Spikes Is on the left. The starting pitcher Bob Gibson are The center is operated by the
TERMS the Cardinals who are the consensus Jacksonville Recreation Department

choices, and second and the center has
PHILADELPHIA -(NPI)-Wilt Chamberlain, the Philadelphia New Boxing Coach Sonny listen Says He baseman BIU Mazeroskl shortstop been in operation since August
'76ers' super-star, recently set one definite condition Gene Alley and rlghtflelder of 1967.
he Is I to return u a player with the 76ers next season. The WasCaught Cold In FightNEW Roberto Clemente are the Other activities are Wrestling
76ers who lost the National Basketball Association's champion Pirates who won the nod for Yoga, Karate, Table Tennis,
ship back to the Boston Celtics recetnly, must hire a coachof YORK-Sonny Uston says he was never counted out at the top spots. Physical Fitness, Weight Lifting -
Frank McGulre's calibre, Wilt said. Lewiston, Maine. He was caught cold by Clay,and the count was Willie Mays of the San Fran- Horse Shoes, Checkers,
messed up by Walcott be claims.The exclusive story, his first ciso Giants Is the number one Badminton and Cards.
TRAINING HARD forthright explanation of the bout in which be lost In the first choice incenterfieldinSPORT

round, is in the current Issue of Sports Illustrated. He told Magazine's managers' poll, u Sports MagazineHighlights
NEW YORK-(NPI)- Bob Foster, challenger to Dick Tiger writer Jack Olsen: are the Chicago Cubs'Ron Santo

for the world's light heavyweight championship, 1s hard at "Clay knocked me down with current "country squire" way at third base and the Cincinnati
work preparing for the May 24 Madison Square Garden bout. good punch. Anybody can get of life in Las Vegas and his Reds' Ted Abernathy relief lau

Foster, In training "somewhere In New York area". Is caught cold in the first round, preparation for his fight with pitching role.
concentrating on heavy roadwork, wood cutting and a heavyweight before you even work up sweat Billy Joiner in Los Angeles. The closest races were Atlanta Braves catcher
schedule of dally exercise. And when I was down.Clay stood Sonny's plans, according to SI, between Mazeroskl and theCardinals' Charley Lau, in discussing bow

over me. No, I never blackedout are "to get back on t< ." Mrs. Julian Javierat to catch the knuckleball in the
Bethune-Coohman Team not for a second. But I LIston, however, is only giving Cardinals'second base Curtis, Mays and FloodIn the current issue of SPORT Magazine

wasn't goons get up, either, not him a year to do it. U be says:
r with him standln'right over me doesn't make It by then, she centerfield and Gibson and "There are two schools of
Plans 1968 Eight GamerThe See, you can't get up without wants him to becomea Juan Marlchal of the Giants thought on catching the knuck-
putting' one hand on the floor, businessman for designation as the1eacue'1top ler. Unfortunately, neither of

Bethune-Cooknun CoUett WUdcW wID play an elcbt pme M and so 1 couldn't protect myself, starting pitcher. them works."

gridiron schedule In 1969, according to Athletic Director Jack and be can hit me on the way up.
NaClalren. "So there was Walcott
t Referee Jersey Joe Walcott) ITUICMT 101/II101I WMfUCV M MOOT'cuss OI.D swans MIT.CO,tounvaur;.av.
Wildcats the Ga. home October It
The completed bony, ; and Clay wrasslln over me and
'67 season with a 8 In trecord. Kentucky State, Frankfort, ,r.
Walcott finally got him to a
McClalrea said the outlook for Kentucky, Away; October 19, .L'-" r corner or something', and then ..
the coming season Is bright Allen University, Columbia
l,. I got up and Clay come back Tick-tock..tick-tock...
number of S. C. October 26. Ala- -
because of the Away; and we started back to flghUn'
veterans returning. bama A It M, Alabama, Home; 1

tona The season will begin In Din 28 : November Home t, S.C.November State (Home-16 "Ruerilidty'3iclaieo & di e lew booing:'coac0-k at We Eartha 1 "And Nat Fletcher (Nat Fleis the Bourbon thatdidIit

Beach September comlngX ; Jackson-, White Community Center. Jackson is 23 years old and is a cher, editor of The Ring Maga- '
of College
against Morris Drown Hollywood tine) wavln his at watch the clock!
Atlanta, Ga. The schedule U as villa Home; November 23,Fla. professional boxer. He will work with potentials and will began arms
continue to ringside and Walcott
AIM Home. develop the outstanding program of the Center stoppedthe
follows
,
: directed by Julius Gulnyard.American fight Nowadays Nat
October. S. Albany State, AlFAMU's Fletcher says he was Just callin'Walcott
CHARTER
over to tell him that the OLD
Coaching Clinic Football league timekeeper wanted to see him

or something but other people
Bourbon
Draws Famous Athletes Pro '68 Schedule Out Soon ,the says fight it was Nat Fletcher stopped Kentuckys'Fmest

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.- (FAI4U-Florlda AIM University'shead Announcement of the American Football League's 1968 preseason "1 was never counted out. I 7) ars old
footbaU coach Jake Galther has again recruited some of schedule can be expected within two weeks but already coulda got up even right after
footballs flnest/Io serve as faculty for the 24th annual FAMU one thing is clear there will be an increase in the number of I I was hit And I still felt pretty
Football Coaching Clinic on June'i0-I2. r-leapWith the National Football League. ,good: when I did get up..."

The faculty will Include representatives ther has invited Hank Strain,. Ust year the first for preseason Saturday Oct. S, Kansas Cityat Olsen's story covers Llston's unouiUMII

from professional, bead coach of the Kansas City inter-league play, 16 Buffalo, .:00, San Diego at p
collegiate and high school football Chiefs of the American Football games each and since each other New York, 8:00.: Sunday Oct.6, MM1I
who Lave made a habit of League. Coach Stram won were played between AFL and Boston at Oakland, 1:00. Cincinnati
producing winning teams. the league championship in 1967 teams-Houston NFL teams. This year, four- at Denver, 1:00. Miami ARMYRESERVE'

From pro-football coach Gal- and played the Green Bay Packers SanDlegoKan-, at Houston 300. .
sec City and Miamialready IM". .M.Mw r a w
Buffalo at
In the Super BowLFaculty Saturday. Oct. 12, ,.
have announced three inter-
from the collegiate league each and since Miami. 800. 11I:"" .. ... '
games
ranks are Charles MeLendon. Sunday Oct. 13, Cincinnati at "a'
South Africa Nods : ,
each other AFL team will plav toe
at New
bead coach at Louisiana State at least one game with the NFL Kansas City, Denver
in Baton Rougeand York L30 Houston at Boston,
University a minimum of 18 games Is as Watch
To Clay As ChampCAPE two assistants; Bill Peterson, sured. 1:30, San Diego at Oakland.1.00.
of Florida State Oct 20 Buffalo Boston -
bead coach Some other pre-seasoned Sunday This Clown
TOWN South Africa-
and 1k San
Tallahassee Denver at
University in : Diego
evident! Include
South Africa will continue torecocnJr.t Dotes already :
two assistants; and Vlnce Gibson The schedule will open with LOO, Miami at Cincinnati 1:30.
46 U
59
Cassias Clay u -
head coach of Kansas State Houston entertaining the Washington New York at Houston 3:00,Oakland -
heavyweight boxing champion EUls'.l1mInaUoocontut : University/ in Manhattan,, Kan Redskins at the Astro- at Kansas City 3:00.: '
despite Jimmy 36 161 29
triumphover sas. dome on Aug. .. Sunday Oct. 27, Boston at New
High School coaches include If U extend to Sept. 7 York, 1:30; Cincinnati at Oakland
Jerry Quarry.Sydney a day ,
Nick bead coach of Coral .p.b
Kotys. 1:00; Houston at Buffalo -
after the
of the regular season
Beck secretary opens
Gables in Coral Gables
High 1:30 Miami at Denver 2:00
Cape Boxing Board of Control, with a nationally televised night ; ,
I
and Joe Turner, head San Diego at Kansas CityJ:00.
said'"Our attitude Is that Clay game between San Diego and
coach of Thompklns High in Sunday Nov. 3 Buffalo at New
,
Cincinnati at San
was stripped of his title by the DiecoSIadlwn.
Savannah Ga. Kotys was selected 5
York ,1:30 Denver at Boston
; 9
World Boxing Association, because The San Diego-Ctnclnnau
in 1968
coach of the year 1:30: Houston at Cincinnati:
be refused to do military game was ope of four changes ;
after his team won the nation Kansas City at Oakland 1:00 e
service. Until he is found guilty championship in worked out since the AFL regular : ; 5565 81
al and state Miami at San Diego! 100. Sun-
and convicted win however season schedule was
re-
we 1967. In 29 years of high school day, Nov. 10, HouJcn at New
continue to recognise: him as leased. The attached schedule 25 36 55
coaching his teams have won York 1:30: ; Kansas City at Cincinnati.
contains all the Including
world champion. recisions: -
heavyweight 230 lost 52 and tied IS. 1:30 Miami at Buffalo
switch of the Cincinnati ; Sometimes He's Up Sometimes
Turner was selected coach of at San Diego from Monday 1:30 Oakland at Denver. He's Down. He Adds.Subtracts IiLi'r
the year in the region t-AAA. night, Sept game 9 to Friday night 1:00: San Diego at Boston.1.30. He works it all around
Sport in Georgia in 1962. He contributes Sunday, Nov. 17. Boston at
6 to Monday night, Sept. 9tne 23 81 11
regularly to the FAMU Kansas City, 3:00: ; Cincinnati -
NAIL Houston at San Diego game from Denver Houston
football team Including : ; at COI9NG ATTRACTIONS
honorable mention All-Ame- Sunday 22 to Saturday '3:00: ; New York at Oakland.1.00. '
rican Hubert C-lnnt and Offensive night, dept. 2L and the Buffalo San Diego at Buffalo, 1:30; Sunday 11 984 22
ShortsSt. lineman of the year Horace at Miami game from Sunday Nov 24, Buffalo at Den
Lovett. Turner has compiled Oct. 13 to Saturday night, Oct. ver. 2.00;, Miami at Boston MAN'S DAYSNUMIEBED

Louts Cardinal star Lou a 102-45-3 record in 16 I2 Friday, Sept. 6, Cincinnati at 1:30; Oakland at Clncinnati.1.30
-
Brock really must have it in years of co/chlng. San Diego, 5:30. Sept. 6,Sunday Houston Kansas City, 130.
Applications for the clinic are Thursday, Nov. 28, Buffalo at
Boston at Buffalo
for his former club, the Chicago 200.
being accepted and Interested Oakland 1:00; Houston at Kansas
,Cubs, suggests an articleIn Monday Sept. 9, Kansas City
of SPORT coaches can apply now by writIng at Houston BYE DenverMiamiNew City 1230. Sunday Dec. 1,
the current issue
to AjS.Gaither, Director of York Oakland 8 00. Saturday Cincinnati at Boston, 1:30: ; "Man's Days are Numbered."
Magailne.Brock's. Coaching Clinic, Florida AIM Sept. 14 ,Houston at Miami at New York, 1:30.: San Health and Fortune Can Be r
lifetime average Tallahassee Flo ; Diego at Denver 200. Yours When You Know Your
University
against the Cubs since the trade Miami 8:00, Sunday Sept 15:, ,
Lucky Days.
12301.Tommy Saturday Dec. 7 Buffalo at
rida ,
Denver at New Yorkat
says the S PORT art.kle,Ia.396. Cincinnati Houston '

with yearly marks 01...., .446, Harper Tops San Kansas Diego 130.City 3.00, Boston, Boston at, 330.Miami Sunday, 1:30. Cincinnati Dec. -8 Lucky Colors, etc.
.271 and
440.
at New York Send 32.00 for
Saturday Sept. 21, Houston 1:30; Denverat your
Stolen Base List at San Diego, .:00. Oakland at Oakland, 1:00: Kansas city I Horoscope Guide for
at San
>Miami, ZOO Sunday Sept. 22 Diego, Lao, Saturday. 'I
Atlanta Brave catcher Bob Tommy Harper of the Cleveland Buffalo at Cincinnati,130.Den Dec. 14, Kansas City at Denver I MAY ,
Indians has the best 2:30, Sunday Dec. 15: Boston I
Uecber discussing how to catch ver at Kansas City, 3.00New: I I
3.00
the knuckleball in the current tUetlme stolen base percentage York vs. Boston at Birmingham at Houston, ; New York at Fill in the blank below and
C816) in the major leagues Ala., 300. Miami, 1:30; 0atlaD4'It San mall to ZODIAC, Post Office
issue of SPORT Magazine,says
"Just wait until the ball stops according to an article In the Saturday Sept. 28, Kansas Diego, l.-OO; Buffalo ,Box 1171, Jacksonville Fla.
ro jing. Then pick it up." current issue of SPORT Maga City at Miami, 800. Sunday 1:00. !I I
--.- ilne. Sept. 29, Boston at Denver 2.00. Sunday Dec, 29. AFL Championship NAME .
CANCER WITHA The speedy Harper has stolen New York at Buffalo, 1.30Oak- Game in Home City STREET MATINEE SATUUDAY POST Z

HELP CHECKUP FIGHT AND A CHECK j 124 bases In 152 attempts in land at Houston,3:00. San Diegoat of Eastern Division Champion. DATE,OF BIRTH --.r ,
his career. Cincinnati. 130. .





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ROOM FOR RENT FOR RENT I PORTABLE TYPEWRITER CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Mitchell Miss Eartha White Holds Open House

Elderly Furnished Lady room or Man.for No rent Drink to 3, 4, 5 rm. houses unfurn]' Remington. Lightweight, good family of the late Mrs. Presents Students
condition. Has balance of $34
ers, please. Call 768-9976. clean, good locations. Reas. Ethel Dance greatfully acknow- I L
1606
or $7 month.
pay per
Mrs. Newsome. rents. P054638.aHOMEonif69moiiih. Main St., or phone 3531946. ledge the expressions of sympa- In RecitalMrs. 1
thy and kindness extended during -
Will deliver without obligation .
our bereavement. Special E.Mitchell will present '
thanks to The Friendly Twelve her music pupils in a piano "
BOLDEN'S SUMMER and The Baron and Baronettes recital on Monday, May 20, at'I'Eriwr&
Bug Clubs. 7.30: p.m., in the Adventist Aca-
CLASSES demy, 2760 North Edgewood
MAKETHE MOVE Avenue. The recital is open to ...

Classes now Starting. Regis K'TV' SERVICE the public.
TO FINER LIVING
SOLD ter Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Participants as scheduled:
8 to 10 p.m. Re"sonabeJ Keltheena Cobb, Gladys Lloyd,
ALL BRICK :;FC'\ thanne117Convertors Carolyn Gundy, Jacqueline

L AY 'Hospital( Aide Coursa 15.95 Martin, Jennifer Perry, t ts
5P 3BEDROOMSALES ashl r-Sa1es Clerk S Carolyn Mobley, Meter Earl, j
NOW Course; 398-3030
Ov '/' Michael Warren, Darlene SatI I
2441 lelon Kindergarten Teacher's Aide terwhite, Ruby Jones, Berna-
oft pt OFFICE at dette Cobb, Catherine Norton,
just DIVISION dt 20th ST. EXP Adult Education PORTABLE'TYPEWRITER' Lynda Johns,Nlta Wilcox,Robin I

HONE : 3546746GRAND *3olden's College Remington Lightweight good Mitchell, Susan Spraulding, I ,
1816 W. 20th Street condition. Has balance of$34 or Shirley Bailey AngeUe Walker, >F d
PARK Registrar 3S6-646S pay $7 per month. 1606 Main Dwight HawL, OdeU Johns, .
-
,.
St., or Phone 353-1964. Will Roselyn Nixon, Shirley Britt, :+ :.4'vnA aiSt4,4 Y .- 10 .r -
E.L. Johnson, B.S. deliver, without obligation. Myra Wells, Jacqueline Martin,
Acting Presldent-JMrector Peggy .
Sandra Washington; "
Simmons, Shirley Galney, Me- '< ,::1 ;..t .; if .
ISABELLA OF PARIS ,
and Eldridge .
Jackson
BARBERS NEEDEDLearn That's Mel 1 have the Amax., nerva Grooms. .-_.. -...... ._...

WRITE WRHC TODAY tong superior tonic tablets, pep Elder R. B. Harrison will The Eartha M. M. White Nursing Home,founded by Miss Eartha White will hold "Open House"
,jor all the things you want to do. deliver the invocation. Mrs. Sunday May 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. Music will be furnished by the William Raines High School
how you can Earn Your ,BQx of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction Julia Walker Brown will be Choral Ensemble. The one-million dollar facility Is one of the newest and finest nursing
Your Church Barber Course Free. guaranteed or Money Back.For mistress of ceremonies. home in the South..The nursing home opened on March 23,1967. Since that time it has admitted
For
Win $25.00
HAIR CUTS 75? Men and Women. more than 350 patients. Awards will be presented to the Lake Shore Baptist Church Women's-
CALL OR VISIT Missionary Society, The Green Thumb Garden Club, The Royal Lake Community Improvement
Cut out the coupon below and P.O. Box 230, Dept. S., ROOM FOR RENT Organization,'Inc., Rev Nathaniel Roberts and Mrs Louise Cobb for service rendered to

Completely furnished. No the home.
write question then The Jacksonville Gary. Indiana children. Phone 353-9942 after The nursing home is the culmination of a lifelong dream of Miss Eartha M. M. White who
your mail 6:00: p.m. qeekdays, all day will celebrate her 92nd birthday in November of this year. Miss White, known throughout the
Inc ZIG ,TAG FOR $40 Saturday. nation, as the "Angel of Mercy," has dedicated her entire life to the "service of mankind".
to radio station WRHC P.O. Barber College, SEWING MACHINE Original She is well known for her motto "Service is the price we pay for the space we occupy". Her
Guarantee, Zlg Zags, makes I ROOM FOR RENT contract with God is John 15: 7:, "If ye abide in me, and my word abide in you, ye shall ask
buttons what ye will and it shall be done unto you." The home actually began in a wooden frame
Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla. At 630 Davis Sheet decorative buttonholes, sews designs on Monograms -, Perfer couple or single building In 1885 and has progressed to the new, ultra-modern facility which has operatedat
woman. '3547510.
maximum capacity since it opened.
etc. Just
355.9814 ,. pay balance
PHONE: 389.1111 $40 at $8 per month.Phone 353-
RECORDDr.
1946 anytime. Will deliver, no
1 ItacnOHS wilt frnIJ: ''' A-l MachineCo. News NotesThe Vindicated
S : The Wn.C; "Mm Box" attempt Vgeiis obligation. Sewing
Last
sor to any question you may have on any subject, such } 1606 Main St. King's Ever Ready Choir's Un-
kas Schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and h 50 :;| NOW 2 BR Ion'. Mass Revival Hour will
'en.Wcl.e FOR MEN AND WOMEN'OF Speech be held at the St. Mark Bap-
: your qiestlons below and null at once. Your question' \WATERFRONT HOMES' tist Church on Flicker Avenue,
All AGES I'VE BEEN TO THE
{'j'd Me answer, along wift your name and address will be May 26, 2.49: p.m. Mrs. Mary
',Tf one uxl address. Write u often as you like and listen.for WALL TO WALL Take New PROVED NAfURE] MOUNTAIN TOP Spence Brown is is president; Advisor Rev. F. A A
..wr:J."C: TABLETS for that tired run. Spiritual ; 4
1400
.u1"j answer on you radio your total community
I AND Elsie Jr.
Murphy Reporter.
str.ii..n on UIQ air 24 hours a day. CARPETINGUS.OO down feeling that.keeps you from: ,
Fur the best question oaJi week'during this mailing Radio I e Tablets I'VE A DREAM-SI.00 aas, ee
Station( WR/'iC will raid$23.00 to tl*church of your choice. I 100 $3.00;ZOO Tablets ....
U QUESTION is: MONTHVULCAN 45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S.SALES NOW ON SALE AT Choir No. 1 of the Mt. Plea-
.EMPIRE PRODUCTS It
Dept. FS, S937 N. Broadway Premier Meats sant celebrate Baptist anniversary Church In will the

Chicago, Illinois 60626COMBINATION. Edtewood( StoreiCE main auditorium of the church,
located on Flicker Avenue
Monday evening May 20, 100p.m.
SOLD STATE radio 4 speed All choirs of The Ever ,
LEASE PRINT fully automatic Intermix stereo toady Choir's Union are asked iPD. WARD NICHOLS
MY NAME BMY changer with automatic cut off ,to attend, along with the guest 'Bishop D. Ward Nichols,victor la his battle to return to the
and 'dual sapphire( needles t choirs. Mrs. Hattie Blackwell 'prelacy of the A.M.E. Church, was returned to the College of
ADDRESS IS INC. months old. Pay balance of$69. president; Rev.S. Clover, pas Bishops at the recent Quadrennial la Philadelphia.Bishop Nichols
V my question is Judged best, plc'aso send $Z .OO to the church ," or $8.50 per month. Phone 353- tor; Elsie Murphy, Jr., reporter. was removed from the office of bishop while presiding over.
of my choice, which is---- "1 1946, ask for Credit Manager, "Florida According to seniority, Blahop'UcboLnoWdDOWbe the
768-3479 J will deliver, without obligation. presiding bishop of the huge connection. The prelate resides let
J A-l MUSIC CENTER 1606 Main aeeee New York, la which state the appellate court absolved him of the
(PlUN r NAME I NAME: OF LOCAL CHURCH; :) 1 Stt Jacksonville, Fin.11acQUIN's rate I sal M your Ircua last bit of blame la his alleged misuse of money. Boa Bishop

Al Seasons lei i fuel. The Lincoln Douglas Assocla-. Wright and Bishop Greene, staunch enemies, are dead.
till Nr+M< A*, '14-4'" lion will celebrate Memorial .
Duvtl lei I fuel Co. Day, Thursday, May 30, at 4:00 "
tit I.Ilk It. IllMilCIRCULATION p.m., at Old Duval Cemeteryon -SHU8CH .NEWS'

JUNTB East Union Street. Servicemen CONTINUED FROM PAGE
of all will be honored.
wars
No. 1 meets si I p.m. On Friday Choir No. 1 win meet a I
A special has been
a LONDON TH$ program p.m., for rehearsal. On Saturday the male chorus rehearses at
lt/ for this occasion.
/ QREArB Man to work part time. Able to prepared 730. Sunday School begins at 11 t.m:: B.T.U. begins at 5 p.m.
work all day Friday. Driver's The women will be la charge Sunday morning. Mrs. Corene
: TOWER '/1 PINTS, Jlcinse.Good references. Bynum will be In charge of the B.T.U. The evening service wIlL
be la charge of the men. Mrs.Mar Ion Carter and Mathew McCoy
94outUG\N\ REPORTER Sarah J. will be la charge of music. Dual Day win be observed Sunday,


1T v e -f.j 1 $ Trainee.English.Apply Must: be good In Wilson Observes May MT.SALEM 19. BAPTIST

u PRICES GOOD ))45 Rev. W. L. Rogers, pastor. Address: 1281 West Sled Street.
""' $10"45. ONE WEEK N 1 FLORIDA STAR Anniversary Reporter, Mrs C. Sampson. Sunday School begins at 9.30
% Plm :: with Superintendent Jack GreeD la charge. The morning service
MAY 11.24' ": JSMSCKEIR4EGIS 13TH & MONCRIEFNo begins at 11 a.m., with Deacons Sims and GreeD la charge. Choir
Mrs. Sarah J. Wilson will will deliver
No. I and Usher BoI.rdNo.I will serve. Rev. Rogers
Phone Calls! observe her fifteenth anniversary both sermons. On Monday night Choir No. S rehearses. Prayer
CALIFORNIA DESSERT WINE BOURBONBOVEME u a singer Monday night Meeting Is held Tuesday nUht On Wednesday night at 9.30 a
WOLFSCHMIDT June 9, at 8:30 p.m., in the auditorium choir rehearses.
j85 of the Mt. Zlon True
Church of God in Unity, 2220 Martyred

(GENUINE) : FALLS t.. NOW _2.& ail'j 1:i t t Grace dancy Is Street.pastor.Elder R. L. Honored Leader

Scheduled to appeu are: Mrs.
L 86 PROOF ALL BRICK HOMESON Thelma Edwards, dean of host CONTINUED FROll PAGE.I
WINE =- VODKA esses; Mrs. Fannie Marshall
,V : ST. WHISKEY special guest; Robert Carter,' and used la writing the boot.
ALL TYPES ,r soloist; Mrs. Rosie L, Grant, He said royalties from the other -
I. 10th ; $< pQ LARGE LOTS welcome; Miss Patricia HalL three books were given to
.II' response; The Clifton Gospel Morehouse College, where King
'r'-, $199 : 3 002Di3 PINES Singers, The Sunny Rose Gospel received his bachelor's degree!
7 9 10TH : 3 FOR .CARVER Singers, The Traveling Stars, to SCLC, and to the Ebenezer
R20 5TH The LattImore Singers, The( Baptist Church which King eo-
.
49c $10.95 I 110,500 TO $11,500 Tbelmarettes, The Nathan1 pastored with his father.
Octovetees, The Sun Beamst Be also said the Nobel Peace
RE6. $4.65 BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND5ACQUIN'S The Sun Rise Singers, The Prise money was given toSCLC
t VAFHAVULCAN McCall Gospel Singers and the the National Association for the
: Buckmann Singers. Advancement of ColoredPeople
OLDFLORIDA = OLD Missionary Martha Roberts the Student Nonviolent
'. and Elder Rosal Lee Grace will JOHN JACKSON Coordinating Committee,
FRENCH supervise collection.Hostesses Mr. John Jackson prominent Morehouse College and Ebeaeter -
', will be: Mrs. Ruth Fedd, citizen of Jacksonville, with 'Baptist Church.
NAPOLEONCOGNAC RARITY INC. Mrs. Linda Rhodhes, and residence at 802 West Beaver, "lie didn'tEskridge keep a quarter,"
RUMS' II Misses Phyliss Rucker,BreDda will celebrate hlsseventy-slitt added.
f SCOTCH Griffen, Yvonne Bellany, Ver- anniversary on May 17, at his Several years ago, King estimated -
OM 168.3419tirr anlca White, Shirley Dlxon and home. He is a. member of the his
I' annual j Income at
faf99gl $ 3 FOR $ f' '\nr,'fr; Janice White. Day Spring Baptist Church and $10,000 to $12,000 and said part
I5
x Is connected with various other
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FOR COLD BEER / Zs Williams added the 1968"Tope

TO and Tips" promotion would
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PREMIUM : program. Coca-Cola Bottlers,
BEER serving 96,000,000 people,participated -
Pop-Top Cans or HALL In the promotion O.E.E. Meets Soon
As was the last
case
2 oz.non-returnable 3 A 4 bedroom plan with 1,1 y. the promotion will be brought year
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I -fSL. Modem ichooU, churches and "a complete assortment of team-orlent- No. 51 of the Eastern: Star will)
I c $ $125 shopping center clot by. ed local advertising for newspapers hold its regular meeting May 23:
., at Prince Hall
911 Jefferson.St
television and
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6 LINCOLN ESTATES of-sale. A full-page, full-color I Mrs. Pearl Hudson is worthy'
:matron. Mrs. Sadie M.1ktts IIeporter.
ad in
Sunday comic section
HJ:: i % PINTS 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 will feature the crown-saver '

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