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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 18, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00765

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 18, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00765

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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that Brown knew be bad been old student lies u a critical of Colleges and High School must be rebuilt raise bell In the daytime to
indicted. Workman White Baptists I condition also la the same Schools, 1s the most "deplor in the opinion of the organization. drive home their demands"
The sentence was passed by Hampton hospital, and another student, able" of all the Dun high Repairing and fixing up the Dr. Abernathy laid"Thepoorpeople's
Judge Mitchell after WilliamM. 18 year old Is being bed for schools, is standing in the way present structure will not suffice. campaign may be the
..Knottier of New. York City Sign StateM t ,r peuOh) !la the Juvenile Court of the reaccredltatioa of t h e last chance for America to respond -
Brown's attorney, pleaded for ; ;1 !!!' 1+Eron3d" ee Ofiiibm15,1340; ',..,Duval County jug*School system The. .organisation"SaU that' to the problems of poverty t .'
leniency for "the sake of Am-Runc'hAnd !la a nonviolent way. ,, .
and will make Impossible Matthew Gilbert Junior-Senior
rlca.: Bran bad been under Hawkins;;, Confessing lies N.W 60th shortly, was after arrested the at near hishoafS rating of any of the schools High is overcrowded." It is The'leader continues to prod 1 'J
110,000 bond his workers to
a
the
pMdl on with
ap- .rata1IDCldtat Wednesday.The this vast area until all can be also "outmoded.*' ob&1u'Aa-; carry
NASHVILLE-;.History was teacher is Norward Dean approved.The derson High will close at the aim la the campaign for fair .
made here, the Athens of the 28, a graphic arts teacher. The SACS this week made plain end of the year and is therefore pia,. Lick day store &III.on
Should Be MovedThe South when more than 70 top student is in the ninth grade. that all high Ichoollmaat meet not to be considered.
Baptists, all white leaders of His mother is Mrs. Ella Mae certain requirement before an On school, Names High, can
the Southern Begot Convention Jones, 1144 NW 63rd. She is overall approval can be given apply for reaccredltatioa, says
charge (reported la the FLORIDA STAR In 19S6)) that the confessed that their employed la the Jackson Memorial the system The SACS gave the SACS.
Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity, Ina. (GJEO) was "boUer-thaa-tbou" a t t I- Hospital where both Tic- reasons for refusal of reaccredltatioa. Another and strong blast was
being run by a small clique, whose hiring policy smacked of tudes. which deubtless go back Urns were reported in critical thrown at Stanton, when
S favoritism and political cronyism was more or less verified to the landing of their fore condition Thursday. Lack of planning for efficent Charles Brooks is principal
this week when William W. Stales, regional director of the fathers la America, are wrong. According to police, Dean operation, of the schools has .when the SACS said It saw I
OEO pinpointed several malpractices in the operation of the Seventy-one testifying to their found several students causing been laid at the door of the Board '.0101 excellent schools and ,
local unit. feelings anb biased points-of- 'a disturbance and took them to of Public Instruction. The SACS some unbelievably deficient IIIREV
The general feeling among the public is that there should bet view, signed a manifesto to the the office of the Assistant Principal said that poor maintenance schools It II difficult to understand -
general shakeup of the GJEO. Numbers of the community effect in part, that they have George Ellis Crissom practices art to be blamed. or Justify the wide differences
have expressed the feeling that a new president should be been guilty of condoning "pre- ,left the office after being re- Mention was madJ that between, say, Rakes
named, the director and deputy director of GJEO replaced and Judlces that have damaged the primanded. He returned at about principals sometimes have to High School and the New Stanton -
the GJEO Board and Executive Committee t restructured to personhood of blacks and whites '1 p.m. perform Janitorial services High School, in the same
a. RAP BROWN represent all facets of the community.The alike." Crissom, finding the teachers Stress was placed came failure system"

showdown began after member of the GJEO Board.) This Declaration Thoughts, i in the office, began to blaze of the administration to employ Named
Inmaking a motion for a suspended James E. Workman Jr.,presi At a heated meeting this week which,, doubtless, incurred the away. Dean felL with a shot capable employees in the! main Mayor Of
sentence Attorney dent of GJEO, Inc. and other OEO officials charged that: wrath of many whites in the la the chest and yelled, "<>11. tenance division .
Konstler blamed the government officials claimed that Regional At a GJEO executive com Southern Baptist connection, my Lord, Oh, my Lord. An- it is also said that at a local New Jersey City
for attempting to silence Director Suttles charges were. mlitee meeting last November which has always been known to other bullet cut through the senior high school a librarian R. DA vm LBERNAM
Brown and added. "We recall too general and asked for more with only Hampton and Workman view the Negro Christian as sleeve of another teacher and has been prevented from unloading MONTCLAIR, NJ,.-A Negro, workers arrive However,Wed'
all that Hitler did was legal." details on the alleged 'mal-. attending, the hiring of more or less useful in terms 'went Into the wall. Crissom because several hundred books Matthew G. Carter,1s new may- nesday of this week more than
This statement caused United practices which were unearthed four non-professional counselors missionary wort, may well led the scene, passing by other of the prlnicpal's request of of predominantly white, ZOO were banished 400 new
States Attorney Louis LaCoor after a 90-day investigation. was done instead of two affect all those denominations students fd tiring again for her to perform other Montclair, New Jersey ones were welcoofed.Those who
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to.shout, "The issue of black Suttles informed the local unit full-time professionals u which have been squeamish Crissom went first to his school tasks not related to that Carter was sworn Into office were sent away were from ChIc,
was only brought Into this case that funds for operation of the required by OEO policy their theories. sister's home, then to his own. of librarian It has also been Monday and is the first Negro ago Detroit and other large
.by the defendant" anti-poverty program would be That last July the committee The Southern Baptist Convention His mother called the police. reported that a principal one so elected in this town which cities and were expelled for
'In New Orleans In February cut off unless] corrective steps was faced with replacing is the world's largest Pro He was calm arrest He point_ of these schools has apparently was 100 years old this year disciplinary reasons. It seems
Brown was Jailed for allegedly were taken by June 7. a deputy director that at its testant denomination aDd for ed out to officers where be put taken more Interest la the importance Unntfiiir has more then they were not able to get along
threatening thi life of a San It is believed, if not meeting it voted not to hire a years never considered the 1mportance the goo It was not there. Gris- of the Job than in the 40,000 residents. More than with the others. According toRev.
Francisco FBI agent and hisfamily evident that the OEO is only replacement but did so after of themututlrelatlotd had been recognized as aisciplinary continued efficient maintenance 25 per cent are Negro. He was James Bevel, "They.went
of the
and refused to eat or specifying some of the mal the meeting had been adjournedand ships of problem.Dr. school.According re-elected t o the town commission around and beat up our white
drink until be was released. He practices in GJEO which can foes of the proposed goers J.L. Jones, principal,dismissed to the SACS, whose last Tuesday. peoplt.11II1lnttrferedwWatbtworkers
was not released and was reported be corroborated by testimony employe had left, that the The malnfesto further reads: the school immediately word 1s law, NewStanton cannot He was not elected by popular and were hostile to the
to nave gained weight from complainants. It is felt minutes were changed to show "Our nation is enveloped in asocial after the happening. qualify !In any way at this time. vote, but might have been under press. We bad to get them out."
His sentence Wednesday resulted that the OEO regional office a tie vote, although there were and cultural revolution.We New Stanton is the worst as to I! a different election system. More than 3,000 were in the
from his carlDcanr.- wants to protect a number of only seven members present are shocked by the potential shantytown area. Sidny Peltier
arm-from New York toCallfor- persons on the GJEO payroll It was brought out on questionIng for anarchy la a land dedicated Reneaberiig Dr. King paid a visit to the group. The
ala, therefore, across a state who have given evidence of that Workman had cast the to democracy and freedom." more than 400 were southern
line, without permission. misdoing% lrombelDcaubjected tie vote and OEO said be should "We are an affluent society, who had never been North.They
Brown's bonds have been high to reprisals from have lowed a vote, U chairman abounding ]Q wealth and luxury. came from Alabama, Georgia,
as $loo,ono. of11c:1a1a.: ., only In case ofatie-which One-fifth of our people, black 4S.T North Carolina, South Carolina
Brown, whose outbursts and Last Tuesday night federal ,with seven members was not and white, suffer from poverty. and Virginia.
actions have kept Mm In the officials, enlisting some of the possible. Many are hurt by circumstances Abernathy said MTbe real hell
arms of federal officers and in specific deficiencies/ Workman The poor have little if any they cannot escape, injustice in this country is poverty,sick
Jail(, was involved some months had asked for, charged that the vole on the citizen advisory they cannot correct, or heartless ness, children in Mississippi ,
ago in an argument with Hew Executive Committee bad been committees. exploitation they fnn/4 suffering from malnutrition
York police who tried to prevent dominated by GJEO president That the neighborhood resist" Thats the hen we're speakingof.
his leaving the Cuban embassy James E. Workman Jr. and centers set up to find Jobs for The conscience of men 'was ." The minister said that {
at the United Nations. committee member, Frank school dropouts, do ndtutc lion slapped when statement declared li there is no plan for burning the
Brown is 24 years old. Hampton. in that manner, but have been that "Judgment begins city. He said the planlstosleetf
Undoubtedly, there is apolitical only a referral agency to other at the house of God, and we If I4 + at night and "raise bell" in the
Florida alliance between Frank agencies, such as the FloridaState therefore acknowledge oar daytime.
Supreme Hampton and Workman which Employment Service that share of responsibility for the Another march has been
dates back to Workman's Job development apparently injustice, disorder and wickedness planned for June 19. This will
Court, Rebukes as postmaster appointment in do esn't exist and the poor will of our land" be the march of the "morally: ,
Jacksonville. Workman not accept the program. In the furtherance of their declarations n'r -I Outraged those forced into
School Board his appointment from received That pay raises have been these leaders, not : poverty in'a wealthy America.
Congressman Charles Bennett flagrantly in violation of 20 named, asked the convention to For the most part there have, j
'TALLAHASSEE-'Ibe Florida without any pressure from per centlllD1ta above previous authorize a "task force to deal Y been no disturbances. On Tuesday n
Supreme Court Wednesday Hampton through Congressman employment, citing mewhere case .with these problems in the most marchers were at the foot
denied the Duval County School, William Dawson, as it has been $3,600-a-year employ effective: manner" of Capitol Hill where, for a few.
Board's claim that the NAACP :reported in political circles: rose to an 18,000 Job la! only Among the ?signers were 29 moments, they conferred with
and four its Jacksonville members (Editors Note:) The writer of pin months.: executives of the Convention, Police Chief James HowelL who
should be held responsible I I this news story, Eric Simpson There were other detailed top executives of the foreign I permitted them to ascend the
for alleged loss of state school i suffered a fractured skull Jut charges, which Larry MeDonough -. iHftlrti board, home mission h v bill, with police escorts. There
funds as a rt lilt of three 1 May I when be was attacked* aDd Roland Pending board executiveSunday School 'a9 won they went into the east front ct
separate school boycotts. I by Hampton who threatened to' said wen based on 8Y1dbDee'aDd Board, of the Capitol and proceeded to the'' 1

'The suit was filed against the I kill him "the next time I set statements gathered by OEO ,23 of the state conventions, 21 IfamptoD InstttsV preside t.'Dr. Jerome H. Rolland House visitors' galleries No ;
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here
NAACP, Wendell Holmes, ] W' because of a news story Investigators. educators of Baptist publications George Weiss, chairman of the board of Bacbe see accepting a check from Incidents were reported.
ledge Pearson, Charles RutS. bad written essaying' Neither the nanje of Workman, and four of the six South. Luther !fe.S behind chairman Welts II fSH inc., in tvttffilSS The marchers' are sleeping In

,Pailey and R.L. Jones. 1 Hampton's alleged role as a CONTINUED ON_PAGE 14 dada era Baptist Seminary presji. school affiliated with the orpDI&at1oa. Jolla A.ROOIIvtU, chairman, or till Bacht Scbolar- A churches heavy rain and last in plywood week previd-huts.
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FAMU Gets New Sorority lewis YWCA Announces Kappas Hold BallThe


Programs For YouthsThe

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A. L. Lewis Branch, 582 W. 8th Street, announces here
the program.for young people this summer.
The 'for 8 to
Day Camp girls
accepted upon the recommendations
14 years will be. held In two
of their school principals.
sessions of two weeks each, .
'
These classes will be held afc
.
-- the first session June 10 to
,
Lewis Branch YWCA
aoee (the A, L.
24 and the second session June and at Central
24 to July 8, dally from 9:00 The class In Karate will meet
am. to 3:00: p.m. The program
for a six-weeksperlodonMoo
will Include crafts, swimming, days and Thursdays, the hourto
trampoline and dally worship be announced later.
experience. A fee will be
Instructors are: Sewing, Mrs.
charged for Day Camp sewing.A L. I. Avellhe; Dance, Mrs. L.
class for in
girls sewing V. Donaldson and Karate,Alon-
will begin June 17 and run six
gaDavis.
weeks. The class will meet on Staff workers In charge of
Mondays and Thursdays at 3:30: activities
summer are: Mrs.
p.m. Delores Baker, Teen Age Director
The children's dance class will
Mrs Frances Alexander
meet on Tuesdays and.Thursdays ;
lODe co-eds at Florida A&M Adult Program Director;
University recently became members at 4:00: p.m. Tap dancingand
of toe first of Gamma and Mrs. F. Dixon., Branch
colony Sigma Sigma National Service ballet will be taught. A fee
Sorority to be established at FAMU. The group expects to grow Is charged. Executive Director. class'! Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Psi Kappas have given a total of twelve scholarships to deserving
Into a sorority chapter by May, 1969,after successfully completing Continuing for the third Included also will be a Fraternity, Inc., will hold the summer Casual Ball on Friday students because of proceeds from the annual Summer Casual
a year of probation. tl-r) Seated: BarbaraSanders, Jacksonville Summer are the special classesIn in This Baby Sitting night, June 7, at the Maxwell Snyder Armory, State and Market. Ball and the annual Krlssmas Balls. Scholarship winners for
and Emily Burgess, Delray Beach. Kneeling: Joyce Williams reading and mathematics, is a specialized course This annual school closing affair Is held In conjunction with the this year will be announced next week. Four will receive
Tampa;Jacqueline Galvin,Jacksonville;Patricia Cunning- held In two sessions. The first offered at Central Building Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship Fund Activities. Since 1962 the scholarships. Members of the Fraternity have tickets.
10-14 from 10:00to
ham, Ft. Pierce. Standing: Mary Scott, Brooksville; Sandra session begins June IT from June
I \ Denefleld, Jacksonville Jacquelyane Peterson, Bradenton Barbara and closes seconl 12:00 dally. A small fee Is
; ; July 12. The
.Williams, Tampa. cession begins July 15 and charged.. Registration Is re Dr. Howard Thurman Will Miss HutchersonHas Elks Will Wouhip

1 closes August 9. Pupils are quired.The YWCA, A. L. Lewis With Friendslp.
Be Baccalacreate
(. '.1 Branch, Is located at 582 West SpeakerTwo Made Plans
Eighth Street.Central located Baptist t ChurchOn
prominent speakers.and the awarding of 174 degrees will
at 325 East.Duval Street.
climax a full week of graduation activities at Bethune-CooIanan For June Wedding Sunday, May 26, past
College. Devious Beach.. Fla.. scheduled May- 25 through- May,- 2. Exalted Rulers Maceo LodgeNo.
ILLCS DIM U Dr. Howard Thurman, Dean Miami; Carcoa Wilson, Jack Mr. and Mrs. James Hutcherson 8 of the Elks will meet at
tit fair Cancer Society Emeritus, Marsh Chapel, sonville. announced this week, the Friendship Baptist Church oa
Boston University, will deliverthe For the degree of Bachelorof engagement and approaching Carrie near Beaver, at 11 a.m..
Negroes baccalaureate address at marriage of their daughter will be guests of the
Science: Edward Dawklns, They
X'' St SAY Sponsors Ball 3.00:()() p.m., May 26, In Moore's Jacksonville; Charles Fletcher; Gwendolyn Elizabeth to SerGWENDOLYN church In worship. Brother r..
.ctrr ICnnlnmiedfmmB Gymnasium. The keynote Jacksonville; Larletta Calvin, J. Norman, district deputy,wI11 l
/ q speaker during commencement Jacksonville; Delma Swam, speak. Following the service
.( O V v Ua"/g c>v /h4r, And Ner'iJ At Mayflower"Evening exercises on May 27 at 10.00:()() Jacksonville; Hllma Clearj Miami the past exalted rulers will go
1 nMe/ ce t CM4' Pi'diret brffr a.m. Is Malvin R. Goode, News ; Betty to Palatka for the regular
GpP 'P'' 14 .pr'Pcv In Paris," an ex- Commentator, ABC. sonville; Bernard Holley, monthly meeting. Buses and
travaganza sponsored by the Earlier In the week the .Miami; Bernard HUMS, Miami cars will be at tin church
Eugene Butler Branch of the students will participate In the Beamon Kendall, Jacksonville; George Warren Is C.A. L. E.Gontales .
Duval County Unit of the following events: A special and Allan Franklin Wilson, Is first scribe.
+ American Cancer Society, will program for seniors In Miami.
be presented Sunday, May 26, Gertrude Hotchkiss Hern Memorial Royally Winner
In the Mayflower Hotel, In the Chapel followed by a
arv'1 al main ballroom, at 8:30 p.m. traditional tree planting Young ladies Audrey Lynne Gibson,daughter -
t The Special Events Committee ceremony May 20;Beach outing, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
will be In charge Mrs. EthelD. Tuesday, May 21; Senior Consecration Gibson will be crowned Mill
r Bannlsteris chairman. Service Hern Are Needed For Gretel and Gertie for 1968-69
roFCI The Gretel and Gertie Dancing Memorial Chapel, 8.00 at the annual dance recital ot
/tt q'cMtn' School will present numbers. May 22 and a Senior AlumniBreakfast Harlem Team the Gretel and Gentle Taleat
Millinery will come from In Charles C. Parlln' School Wednesday, June 8, at
O het Matt1e'.. Musical numbers will Student Center, May 25, t a.m. The Harlem Queens Basketball 7.30 p.m., at Wilder R be presented by an orchestra Candidates for graduation for Team Is anxious to secure young tine Center, Third tad Ml.Her-
5 Miss Anita Carr will sing the Bachelor of Arts Degree ladles with athletic ability and RUTCRERSON
TS L7.11Cd.fi w Dena Parks and Valerie Mallory from Jacksonville and Miamiare good moral background, pre 4 '
j4t will be contestants. Dena : Margaret Dorsey, Jacksonville ferably young ladies wbohavt pant human Patten son of
;b / w d Is sponsored by the Lafayette ; Frank O. Bartley, had previous experience playIng the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ladles, Mrs. Olivia Forrester Jacksonville; Mara Baldwin, basketball, ages 17 through Patten, and the nephew of Mrs.
+ cC/ CyAe t+hpo president Valerie will be Jacksonville; Elver Carter, 23 years, to play with be Harlem Nancy Green.The bride-.lect is
sponsoredF 11 Host Jacksonville; Barbara Davis, Queens. a graduate of Edward Waters {
+e b'h ac A and Hostesses Club...Mrirlrratr.,Miami; John Dullard, Miami; Any young lady Interested In College.,Sergeant Pattea Is I
c THE MAN WHO Williams president. Proteges. Andrena 1>iger, Jacksonville; receiving an application form graduate of New Stanton Senior
u kcb eyr/CfA fA"' ta of Mrs. Ethel Spoars are Roland Constance Grant Miami;James for trying out with this group High and attended Sacramento
Paul of Edward Waters College, Horne, Jacksonville; Gloria may write 126 Dunn Drive State College at Svra-
STOOD UP FOR male model, Mrs. Corlne Jackson Jacksonville; Gall Rockton, 111. The team averages mento, Calif. lie Is currently
r+ 't Waters, and Mist Stephanie King, Jacksonville;Rubye Sims, approximately 150 engagements serving In the United States
p WHAT WAS Henderson.Hair during the season, play Air Force. The wedding will
RI6HTI styles will be shown by Jacksonville fog from coast to coast. This take place June 30 at 7 p.m.,
Mrs. Ruth M. Deal, Miss EvenIng Is an excellent opportunity lora In the sanctuary of the St. John t
In Paris of last year, Mr. Urban league girl who wants to continue Baptist Church Brtdler and
Spencer, and Chester of the a basketball career, make Oakley, with Rev. A. J. Hughes .V
WESTA KopyKat. Announces money to further her education, pastor, officiating. A receptionwill y. G
ROGER A television set will be given Move who likes to travel!, with excel- follow at the borne of Mr. JfM1 "j
ELECT... away Mrs Genevieve Crock The Jacksoovilfe Urban lect accommodations provided, and Mrs Willis Martin. th* .a.....
ett Is Television Chairman. League has moved Into Its new at the same time affiliating her. bride-to-be's grandparents, ai
Door prizes will be awarded. offices at 829 Pearl Street self with an outstandingathletic 1645 West 17th. AUDREY GIBSON
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST. 18 Mrs. 'Banish McClellan will bay corner of State and Pearl group. man. Miss Begins Ashley, last
commentator. Streets Larger quarters will rear's Miss Gretel and Gentle,
allow the agency to house more Benevoletles Club I Plans Social Meet will perform the ceremonies.
projects and give better serviceto Audrey Lynne Is a sixth grade
Jacksonville dUlleD The Benevolettes Clyl and Ington with Mrs. Earnle Seldom student at st. Patrick's Catholic
The Urban League Is a United Social Club will meet Friday as cohostess.A School. The students presently
ATTENTION Fund agency dedicated to securing May 24, at 8 p jn., In the homeof visit to the girls at tile In the school rang from four to
JAXONS equal results for Mrs Louise Williams 2184 Parental Home was made recently 14 years of age. Instructors
disadvantage c I tile D' In Kingston, with Mrs Edith In the Interest of civic the school are Mrs Ernestint
housing, education employment Weston as co-hostess. projects. Each girl was presented Cox and Mrs. Priscilla Jones.
and community The last meeting was held in a'useful and personal Further Information will be released
.* ** * *.* development! the home of Mrs.Martha Wash. sift. through the FLORIDA

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: The Florida Star Will Publish I I t THECHOICE II Receives Marian Anderson Honorary


, ..:I tI I I Degree From TulaneMarian

Anderson,retired con
t : cert vocalist was the first Negro
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. Church News I I FREE OF CHARGE! tI I 2L: gree honorary to receivean from de-


Club.. News """"" I IS CLEAR! I Tulane. University. 'caM ..

"The t II Ander.
choice facing Floridians in
t son, who retired
Social Notes : I this contest is simply: from the concert

"Between back-pedalling down a stage in 1965,
't t pork-chop flavored, dead-end was awarded an

. I : : : .. Weddiii AMouiceMeits *. t "Or going forward to good street., new I honorary of humane doctor letters ,

t days of goodwill degree.
between men, of ,1' This was her 24th honorary
I common striving for excellence in t degree and the first from a

t all phases of human effort, with southern university

,: Do You Want A Fhotofripher To Cover t quality broad public government need and serving interest.the ,I Midwestern A&T

: f." I [ COLUNS 1 Graduates Plan

Teas liRojvets Weddings Social I Events? I y FOR NEE TIIUPDITAT, N I Regional Meet'

I I TO TIE POLLS CALL I I CLEVELAND Ohio--M o r e
....... than 150 graduates of A&TStat
; 356-6436
Call '.. .
354-6782 -451. ... .1.. I I University are expected to attend

Send our besl to Washington j Meeting the of Midwest the ALT Regional Alumni

i Association In Cleveland June/.

i DEADLINE FOR NEWS: TUESDAY 4. P. M. : I LeRoy I II II lions Morning will be and held afternoon in the Cleft-..

i j I land Sheraton Hotel. Howard C.Barnaul. .
. Charlotte N.C. national
4
t president of the Association
! ': Bring News To Mail News To: I will address the group ftt
11 a.m., Dr. Frederick A. Williams

k i J Florida Stir COLLINS director of planning and
Florida Star development at AZT, will keynote
speaker at the luncheon: at
: 2323 Moicrief Rd. ... lox 599 I 1p.m.Registration wail
get underway
Cer. 13th Street. Jacksonville 1 Fla. 32201 ULS. SENATOR J I at 9 a.m. A special workshop
{Paid for by Citizens for CoU1na, Treasurer. Vincent D.Aka Duval will be held at 2:30 p.m., and
v_ ----------- -----County--Deputy- Treasurer. the final general session wOl
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A Garden Club Association In Planning Meet Hikes Musicieis PerfOrm William Raines Bands Plan

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\: l. Annual Concert May 28

'!r A' ; The Band Parents ol William M. Raines High School will present
'I' ,'f/ the Concert, Symphonic, and Stage bands In concert May
Igi ,.r 28th, at 8:15 In the school auditorium.The .
', bands will feature a variety
.' "' R of music ranging from Band Festival held on the cam-
.: classical to popular selections pus o f Florida-State University -
The bond will be Introduced byMrs. Twenty one students received
]: Norma Bland. Mrs. I> superior medals for soloor
Hardwick serves as band ensemble and seven received
parents president. excellent ratings for t h e
Officers of the symphonic band same.
are: Andrew Geiger, Captain,,
;:: Richard Sermon, Co-captain, *
Urry Rawls and Joseph Tho,
:(,> mas, Drum Jajors; Jacquelyn Zeta VanSocialites
Jones, Janice Paris,Linda Win'
gate, and Florence Shaw, Secretaries (Plan
; Bar baraRhlm,Louise
Howard, Deborah Ke nd rlc k, Big Anniversary :
Robert Bradley JoNathan
Clark, Valerie McKay, Joann The Zeta Van Social and
Clark, Marilyn Winters,Josephine Savings Club will hold the '
.r. << <;: } Lloyd, Katie Gardner, and eighteenth anniversary Monday
.' : i1 Kr,1 ..... Gregory Pearson, Librarians; night May 27, at 8 p.m., In;
.<:tJt ''''' ...- .. _j Larry Raters, Frank Hampton, the main auditorium of the Mur-
PLANNING SESSION Members of the Associated Garden Clubs of Jacksonville who met 'The Band! Parents of William M. Raines High School will present tae Concert, Symphonic, Ernest Roberts, Joseph Tho- chison Temple CM; Churchy
recently at the Clubhouse to plan a financial drive as well as a Garden Club Seminar which and Progressive Jars Bands In a concert In the school's auditorium on Tuesday night, mas, Gary McMlckens, Harry 1908 West T Ird.
will Involve several of the leading garden clubs of the city are shown here. Seated from left May 28. Lewis, Larry Thompson,Leon .Among those taking part will II
are: Mrs Beulah Covlngtoa, president; Mrs Hattie I. James, Chairman, Board of Directors; ard Love Phillip Gardner. Le- be: Deacons Marshall, Palmer ..
Mrs Louberta Callahan, President, Better Garden Circle;Mrs.Mammie Campbell, President, Glendale Flower morris Prior, Russell Parker and Williams Mr. Curry of Mt.
West Jacksonville Garden Circle Seated are: Mrs Alkenia Law, President, EWC Garden Dennis Solomon, and Ricardo Ararat, Mrs. Evelyn Herman,
Circle; Mrs Amelia Saunders, member of President's Council, Associated Garden Clubs ( Wedding} :Bells: :] Club CelebratesThe Jackson, Equipment Staff;Business Mrs Lottie Tukes, Mrs Alice!
and Mrs Goldle Cherry, Treasurer, Associated Garden Clubs Manager Dwight Thompson Burkhalter, of Mt Tabor Baptist
The group will meet Tuesday May 28 at 10:30 a.m. at the Clubhouse to flnallte plans for Glendale Flower Club will ; Chaplin, Bruce Hen eraon; and Thomas Gordon, Mrs.
a dinner affair to be held early In June Photo By BOB SMITH celebrate the fourth Head Majorette, Linda Wingate; Rosa Stevens will be speaker
James Edward Ward, 633 W. Lawrence Louis Blue, 1432 anniversary on June 9 at Brooks Assistant Beverly CaldwelL for the occasion. Prizes will
Sigma Gamma Philos Will Bacon's Kinder Church St., 35 and Lois William W. 1st St., 21 and Lucille Finch, Prayer House,1408 Tyler,from Section leaders are: Renee be awarded to the visiting club
633 W. Church St, 31. 1432 W. 1st St, 28. 4 to 6 p.m. Rev. B. H. Hartley Lily, Roslyn King;Yvonne Rich with the largest number of
KindergartenCelebrates Howard James Dinkins 75 W. of Friendly Baptist, accompanied ardson. Llllie Mae Price members present. Mrs. Annie
Celebrate Fourth AnnualThe Jerry Fredrick, Miami, Fla- 19th St., 21 and Evelyn Lucille by No. 2 Choir, win Ernest Roberts, Ricardo Jack Miller is president. I
21 and Jane Elaine Smith, 1770W. be speaker. Mrs Alice Johnson son, Geraldine H.q II, Dwight !
Wright 2341 Stuart St, N., 27. *
Philos of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority,Inc.,will celebrate '
10th St, 20. will serve as mistress of ceremonies Thompson, Joseph Thomas,
their fourth anniversary Sunday May 26, at 2:45, In the Union Bacon's Kinder Kollege Federation of Larry Hall, Reginald Jenkins, Ladles
Progressive Baptist! Church. Mrs. Clotyee P. Pridgen will be Kindergarten will celebrate the Samuel Jackson, Jr., 1053 W. Others appearing white:Mrs Richard Sermon, Andrew Exclusive
the principal speaker Darnell-Caokman School will tenth anniversary of Its 8th St, 21 and Pinkie Alease Ellen Jones, Horace.G. Williams Celger, Lemorrll Prior and
The Fidelity Club, Mrs. AnnIeM be introduced by Mrs. Leona founding Monday night, May 27 Betha, 1595 W. 19th St., 20. Veterans Plans Deacon Fred McQuay, William Blaylock Entertain Saturday
Paige president and the Daniels. Others scheduled to.. at 8 p.m. at St. Paul AMEChurch Mrs. Bonnie Frazier, Mrs Concert band section leaders
Young Women of Allen of St. appear are Mrs.Alice Johnson, Thirteenth and Myrtle. Bennie James Bright, 830 4th Meeting June 4 Elizabeth West, Miss Vera are Carmen Twlggs, Cnrline The Exclusive Ladies 8.: S.
Stephen's AME Church will be Ines Johnson, Mrs. Ola Lawrence This will be in the form of a Ave S., Jar Beach, Fla., 22 1 Benjamin, The Boston Singers, Jackson, Mark Bradley, Johnny Club will hold the social meeting
special guests and hostesses.Mrs. Katy. Strlckler, homecoming. All former and Edith Joyce Vernon,830 4th The Jacksonville Chapter No. The Traveling Stars, Mrs Alberta Davis, Michael Humphrey,John Sunday, May 26, at 4 p.m.
Pridgen. Instructor at Woodard Cam, soloist Mrs students are expected to be Av!.,South,Jax Beach,r...,{3. Federation of All Veterans willmeet Parsby and others Mrs White, Ronald CoUian. Charles In the home of Mrs Mary
1509
at Barracks, 472 Wade Drive. Mrs
Ethel Griffin, Louis HowelL presentAmong Isaiah Gibbons Jr., 1019 Gateway Beesle E. Mason Is president McRae and Marvin ..1bur.tOD.The Copper l.
Bob Smith Names Mr. and Mrs Willie Rogers,' former Kollege Franklin St, 49 and Rhoda Kings Road Tuesday evening, Mrs. Martha Williams is re Symphonic Band! receiveda Cora Brooker Is president'
June 4 at 730. All veterans of Mrs. Mary Woods Is .
Mrs Audrey Jones, Mrs. students who will appear will Small, 1019 Franklin St,42. all waits are Invited. Wives, porter. superior ratios at the State reporter I
be Helen Rose
: Mitchell
Fashion Coordinator Beulah Cooper, Mrs. Pearl daughters and sisters are permitted
Mrs Eartha Mc- Ronnie Roberson, Storetta Boyd Leon Tampa
Washington, Joseph Wlggs. J.
to Join auxiliary.
Bob Smith I of the Fashion Gowan. Vernlce Hines, WillieF. and the. children of the 1968class Fla., 44 and ArgleM.Slmmons, S. Irving Is Senior Commander. t
Photography Studio announced LaMau and Mrs. Sarah Best 1240 W. 15th St., 40.Epicurean W. R, Attrition Is Quarter
of Mrs Thelma is This year's students are:
this week the appointment Ray chairman. master. DO YOUREMEMBER
Mrs Mary Hightower as coordinator Mrs Katy. Strickler Is co- Cberlyn Hunter, Marvette
Bob Smith Jones, Donnell Maurice Young, Club
for the chairman Mrs Mildred Bailey Butterfly Social
Teen Fashion Review a non- is chairman of the Program Jimmy Thompson, Robert La- _
mar, Derrick Williams, Karen Will Meet MondayThe
profit organisation. Committee. Club Meets I
The Review, sponsoring young Mrs Ruby Johnson Is running Edward, Terry Freeman Epicurean Club will bold
Brinson Clrla WII-
Joseph Jr.,
ladies of for the title of Mrs.
and young men high Phllo.Mrs
llams Charelene Mona the regular meeting with Mr.
26
Julia Splvey, Sunday May
school and college years, will Gilmore Is the reigning Stewart and Ronterrel Ford. and Mrs A. B. Paige, 1480
accent the display of Florida's queen. Mrs. Polio will crown Graduates of the 1958 class West Eight, May 27, at 8 p.m. The Butterfly Social and I
finest clothes for young people the winner. who will be honored will be: The Bible verse begins with Savings Club will meet Sunday
The latest In fashions will Include All Philos are asked to meet Jerry Carter James the letter E. Mrs C. A, Duke May 26 at 1902 West Fourth:; ,
beach wear,evening wear, Friday night May 24, at 7:30 Cheatham Vone lie Is co-hostess. Mrs Annie M. Ethel Johnson Is president.
Terrell
casual wear, and the latest inbacktocollege p.m., in the home of Mrs Annie Is Flora Harvln is
Larry M. CothreU, Thaddeus Paige hostess. reporter.
or back-to- Paige to make final arrangements -
school attire. for the anniversary,after Alverta Arthur Bonney, Rox- i

The first Review will be held which: a party and bat raffle anna Lillian Bright, Patricia Green Leroy: Collins ', EARL FAKCLOTH i ''
and
on June 16, Father's Day, and will be given. The public is Peterson said on April 6, 1956 .
will be In honor of Jacksonville Invited. PallbearersSociely }
fathers. Young people between Rosa Lee Shannon are sponsors. Statewise TV address
the ages of 15 and 22 should AU sorors of the Sigma Gamma Plans
apply for free membership and. Rho Sorority, Soror Emma L. "I believe deeply in my heart in the maintenance
attend the next sessions at 15th Feacher, Baslleus, will be Monday MeetingPallbearers ;.T. L This isJthe of our traditions and customs of segrega-
and Myrtle, the Bob Smith honored guests Mrs. Marian tion in the South apd in Florida and all the '
Studio, Monday, May 27, Whitehead and Mrs Llllie M. Society No. 18 nicest powers and force of the office of
at S p.m. Wright are In charge of pub will meet Monday night at 7 ., Governor have
licity. p.m. In the Mt Olive Primitive .J :J > smoothest been used and will be used to maintain segregation -
Coordinator The club with the largest Baptist Church, in the basement ."
attendance will receive a cash of the church. The church is
prize Mrs. Jennie V. Crockettis located at Fourth and Myrtle. i bourbon '
'r president. All clubs and A report will be made as to 'We have no integration in this state. And, if there
; sororities are Invited attend., the Grand Ledge ever to come is any manner in which I can prevent integration by

the lawful exercise of the power of Governor we will
Gateway Barracks Holds [out of have no integration."


Dedication of New Home I "' [Kentucky.Find

DON'T BE MISLED !
Gateway Barracks and Auxilla:ry No. 3131 of World War No. 1,
:'i\: U.S.A., held the dedication of Its new home Sunday evening,
May 19, at 1509 Kings Road, wl,th a large crowd attendance
'r' Refreshments: were served, loll lowing the dedication, FAIRCLOTH COLLINS :
41 ?
( :
l''f Many took part. Philip sisters were from out of state
A. Klrse, State Commander/ J. S. Irving Past Commander
was In charge Others were: and Quartermaster was presented As governor for 6 years.
D'4- Roland J. Lloyd, Past Departmental with I' told Life out Appointed several Negroes Collins never appointed

,. ....... Commander, William A. Membership with the Veterans, for to 'Attorney Gen a Negro to a position of
MRS. MARY HIGHTOWER Shaffert Senior Vice Inc. All officers and ladies yourself. eral's Staff long before responsibility during
Commander, and Arch of the auxiliary were honored
". Mrs Mary H1&btowerbaabeen Maclntyre, Department for work done In the state of Only *3.) Pf.MMOor election including As- his administration.
appointed coordinator of the Quartermaster. Florida. Mrs. Elnora Hornby, sistant Attorney General
Bob Smith Fashion Review by Others attending were: Floyd President, and E. August Jesse J. UcCrary Jr. As governor Collins
Bob Smith, owner of the nonprofit G. Kenner, Past Department Thomas, Commander, spoke, ot Miami Florida. signed more death war-
organisation. The first Commander and William F. Mrs Hatle Rose, Sr. Senior
Review will be June 16,Father's Dean Fifth District Com rants than all other
Vice President
Jacksonville were .:..!.tea,ECHO AMINO .LQIJISVILU.I KV.
'. Day, In honor of the mender commended for their work Faircloth supported governors combined.
'-\ fathers. Officers of the Ladies Auxiliary LBJ. as President.
; Bob Smith Photo
were also present Mrs Collins 'Disowns' LBJ

: .Blue TriangleMothers president Irene Bellman, spoke,Others Department were -1968- (Orlando Sentinel Head

.' Mrs. Arch Maclntyre, Past line-Tuesday October 24,
Will National President, Mrs. Har- GRADUATES & JUNK RiD, .$. 1967))
land J. Lloyd, Past Auxiliary
Present Musical President, Mrs. William A. ; 'Cute !II A lifetime ..
Sheffert, Mrs. Floyd Keener ,. ..ae
,
The Blue Triangle Mother'sClub
of the East Jacksonville Mrs. Lee Ferguson, Chaplain Special if&:' : \ ti: Vote for Elect
Elementary School, 525 Florida of the American Legion Post and..
Avenue win No. 88.Mrs. ,\ ;J
present a Spring
Musical in the school's auditorium Adeline Steega Department Oi CilirPictirc FKG.,
Friday,May 24,at 8 p.m. Color Bearer, Mrs. May i
Girls and C. Klrse, Second District '
Blue
The Triangle
Mascots will be featured In President, Mrs. Georglna i ..",". Pictms... EARLFAIRCLOTH I
song and dance. Proceeds will Baker, President and Chief of I.
i
Florida Nadia E.Sheffert Department

be used to send the girls on '
an educational tour. Small donations Chaplain, Port New Brides or Brides To Be:
from students and adults Charlotte.
Other visiting buddies and
are requested. Mrs. Bettye Full Black& White Gown 8x1.0) Pictu
White and Mrs Jeannette White Group Has One e
Hartley Robinson are advisors.

Mrs. Maybell. Jones Irprincipal. Raffle May 24 Only $3.95 Special Rates ,


The White Group will sponsor On Complete Wedding Service I
Insuring AutomobilesNEW a party and a bat raffle Friday

YORK-To protect .night May 24, in the home of Color Cap & GownPictures,
;. thenuehet spinet financial Ion Mrs. Annie Mae Paige, 1480 United States Senate
automobile accidents West 8th Street. Hats nave been : .S h.1 ,
brought.American on by car owner paid made by Mrs. Matte Hayes.All 1968 Hill Graduates: (Foil Liiim Color)

Polios are asked to be '
turance about $9.25 premium billion in in 1966 auto in according -, 7:30 at the same address presentat for OB SMITH, FASHION' STUDIO: Paid Political Air
a brief business meettncbelor.
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\ Pm"4 ..STAR PAPERS SATURDAY MAY 25. Jllil



II II Southern Baptist Mission Board Names First Negro To Staff 'I




i 1i New Office Will Strive To Men leaders. Al Grant Memorial A.M.E.'KR. CHURCH NEWS


I Complement Racial Agendas :I ;F\;\j im Ml I |r ]|


ATLANTA, Ga. Emmanuel L. McCall, the first Negro to ..., UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
hold a staff position with a Southern Baptist agency, alreadyhas wA \ Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Lute M. Robinson and

singled out his primary target: "the lack of honest r ",.- teachers In charge. Rev. Ray, pastor, wUlrevlewtheleuoo or
Christian- rilalrxntt- between- the races- will name an appointee. The morning service begins at 11 a.ra..
McCall was elected as an associate grams and efforts at recruiting: with Deacons Major Hicks and James Bllllngton charge. The
In the Department of Negro students for summer 'pastor will deliver both sermons. Choir No.3 and Usher Board
Work with National Baptists of missions.He No 3 will serve. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. Rev
the Southern Baptist Home Mission said ft "creative fellow Jake Ray, pastor; Mrs. Leomla Miller, reporter. The church
Board here In the May ship" Is essential U the church Is located at 613 Pippin
meeting of the agency's boardof Is to Influence today's youth.
directors. "Some of the young militants MT. MORIAH AME
Currently serving as pastorof ate saying that the church" IJ< Services as usual. Sunday School begins at 9:45 with Mrs
the Z8tb Street Baptist ChurchIn outmoded, not needed," be Pauline Bryant, superintendent, In charge. Rev. J. W. Jones,
Louisville, Ky., a revealed. pastor, will speak In both services. The evening service will
congregation affiliated with the "They've even picked up the feature reports.by auxiliaries and class leaders Choir No. 2
Progressive National Baptist Marxist dialogue and caned and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day
Convention McCall will come religion the 'opiate of the.
to Atlanta July 1. people.' If we don't somehow EMANUEL BAPTIST
"Pressure for merger between get together to make a witnessof Prayer meeting will be held every night with the deaconessesand
Negro and white Baptist fellowship, wewlllnotbeable'to officers In charge. Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs:
say much In the future." Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson

s r McCall said be felt there had will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration takes place at
been confusion among white 10:50: a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 ft.m. with the
i Baptists at the point of stepping deacons in charge. Preaching begins at 12 soon Baptism wOl
i I forward and being counted In be In the morning service. BTU begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon
I the church's struggle with the James Phillips In charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30
racial matters. Choir No. I and Junior Usher Board No.1 and the Junior Board

"But I believe this Is a real tILtThis .will serve. Choir No. 2 will serve in the fellowship at Abyssinia

concern on the part of many Baptist
Baptists," be said. COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
McCall Is a graduate of the Mrs. Carolyn Limbric will give- a recital in the church
University of Louisville and auditorium at 3 p.m. for the benefit of Dual Day Mrs. Doretba
Southern Baptist Theological Ross will Introduce: Mrs. Limbric. Mrs Courage will be the.

Seminary In Louisville, holding .. --. .. narrator. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendentand
the bachelor of divinity,masterof Impressive committee of men, aU members of Grant Jr., Albert Milton, General Chairman, Rev F. D. Richardson, teachers in charge. The morning service begins at 11 am.,
religious education and Memorial AME Church, headed by Dr. A. Joseph Reddish: Sr., Herbert Wright, Co-Chairman, Clifford Murry, Robert the evening service at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, will deliver
master of divinity degree's.He. pastor, has completed plans for Men's Day at the church for Darden and Jesse NeSmith. In the back, from left, are: James both sermons. Choir No. I and Usher Board No. 1 win serve
\ groups>" should pg-iiM tud, ..1* the formertssoetatr*.,Sunday;' May 26. The church, known for an atmosphere of Holmes, Levi McIntosh, Paul Harley, Savern Paulson W, N. Prayer meeting will begin at 7:30: Tuesday. The church U located
now, McCall said, because minister of the Joshua Tabernacle friendly fellowship, has made plans for capacity audiences Ellison, John Groover, Amos Rose, Oble Askue, James Smith, at 1154 West 31st.
of "feu and suspicion on both. 'Baptist Church In to hear outstanding speakers, musicians, and choral groups In Lucius Albert, Charles Mcintyre, Ramp Dawson, Willie Stevens
sides. Louisville and a parttimeteacber ,the; picture are seen Front, from left: Rev R. D. Richardson : William Malcolm and D. Curry The young officer is MACEDONIA BAPTIST
I "The approach now is to find at Simmons Bible Wallace Williams, pr. Reddick wears the robe. Sunday School opens at 9:30 with Tyrone Merchant and
ways of cooperating and of College In Louisville teachers In charge. The Bible verse begins with th.IeUer T.
working in ways that Consecration and prayer meeting will begin at 10:45: with
Whitney Young Of Urban McCall Assembly
complement" each others'efforts. NAACP Leader James Melton, deacon, in charge of devotions. Music will be
Mt. Zion A.M.E. furnished by Choirs Nos. 2 and 4. Usher Board No. 3 will
In the new position, McCall league Evaluates PowerDETROIT Plans Music On serve. Deaconess Board No. 1 will celebrate its sixtieth
will be Pleads.With Zion lies
planning and promoting Gospel Chorus year Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Macedonia Choir No. 3 will
cooperative encounters between Parade Effort Deacons W. M. and Deacon C. Jamil win
sing Wright lead
;
-Whitney Young, executive director of the National For NonViolence
"Fellowship between pastors
Plans MusicalThe
Big the devotions. Mrs. Rosa Henderson will
serve u mistress
Urban ;
Is the League, took time out at the Quadrennial of the AMS- Parade
Music will be
starting point, the young DETROIT Roy Wilkins, on presented of Mrs.
Zion ceremonies. Delia Neatly will deliver the welcome
pastor said "Then pulpit ex Gospel Chorus of the Mt. Connection her to evaluate Black Power and to express National Executive Secretary by the G. T. McCall address. Rev Wilbur will deliver the
Burgess amdversarymessage
In
changeseoegregatloialexchanges Zion AME Church, Beaver and In the concise United and State effective: term his appreciation of U u a force of the NAACP, in an address Assembly No. 22 Order of the Other appearing will be Mrs. Florence Brown,
brotherhood Newnan, will celebrate Its third and In the world. delivered before the recent Golden Circle, for the benefit of Mrs. Sarah Strickland Deacon
George Goggins, Mrs. Emma
exchanges, and so on, can anniversary on Sunday; May 18, Young address was so of the Negro. In the American thirty-eighth quadrennial session Loyal Lady Ledessay Johnson,
powerful that members of the Melton, Mrs. Della Clair Mrs. Corlne Tlmmons and Mrs
follow, be stated. at 7:30 p.m. Mrs Callle M. structure; Member of theLaymen1 of the AMEZ Church here, contestant on the State Carrie BYPU Hour
effective Council Adams The begins at 6:30 with Mrs. M.L.
McCall, who for two years Dowllng Is president. Rev C. voted to Laymen'crusade:to group also agreed made a stirring plea for nonviolence Assembly for queen of 1968 Polite in charge. The special feature will be given by Deacon
was president of the interracial E. Toston pastor. commence 'that more time must be given in accord with the and 1969.. This will be held Clarence
Jamil and Mils Desiree The Bible drill
bring about a fuller realltatlonof Boyd will
Louisville Baptist Ministers Scheduled to are choirs to the attainment eternal life. principles of Christianity so 26; 1 In
appear Sunday, May at p.m., be Bessie
the tenets of the given by Mrs. Merchant. The evening worship will
Conference, said be was from St. Paul AME, St. Luke founding Too much stress has been that there would not be another the West Union Baptist Church. at
6:30. Rev. will
fathers of the church begin : Burgess deliver both sermons. Prayer
"amated at the amount of Ignorance Baptist J. W. Johnson. Philadelphia placed on the'ralslng of money, hot
summer. Rev A. F. Cummings pastor..
meeting and Bible held Choir
whites and blacks have Fountain The Council decided to rats( was a striking conclusion. Not study are on Tuesday night.
Baptist, The militant leader was con-
an Independent fund for thesiucy rehearsals take place on Wednesday and Friday night The
stress the Council
about enough concluded
one tooter, Chapel Grant Memorial Zion scions of the Negro'simpatience
of the structure of the Mrs. noonday prayer meeting will be each day with the Missionary
One of the real surprises that Hope, Progressive Baptist.Sweetneld has been given to the with the Intrigue apolitical SingletonWill
denomination. The study will Soclaty In charge. Mrs Bessie Merchant Is reporter The
cooperation reason for raising money. The
people-to- Baptist Sprlnghlll bigot and with self-
run the gamut from the church 1* located at 33S3 Franklin
people exchanges can provide Baptist, First Corinth Baptist bishopof delegates also pointed to the'fact imbued racist However, Speakat kWEETFlELD BAPTIST
the church to and
however, Is that Negro an&white and Church of God and Christ the janitof'ConiatderaMe including time. that homes have been be was also mindful of the Rev. Barnes, pastor Is asking all candidate not baptised

Baptists are not u far Holiness Persons appearingwill will be taken to analyse the broken demic looting has reached the epi Impatience that is given such Mt. Tabor Sunday, May 19, to be prepared for the morning service Sunday.: .
apart u some might think, be be Mrs Lillie Colbert inherent proportions, rightsof person by irresponsible Other services will be u usual. Sunday School begins at 9:30
problems In the
aaJ4.J Rev. Charles Waterford Mrs others have been Ignored-M i nand Negroes who would destroy
entire Ut, Tabor Missionary Baptist with Deacon R. McKlnnon and Superintendent Willie O.Slnclalr
structure.The .
McCall will have particular Allen James Miss Tens Wll- through all of this, the their own home to give vent
1 Council Church will celebrate Dual Day In charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. and the night
responsibility In communicating Hams, Miss Mary Vlnlng,''M .. was impressed layman, constituting 100 per to an Irrcspresslble desire to
I with Sunday May %8. Councilwoman: service at 5:30 p.m. The D. B. Barnes Choir and Junior Choir
Young's theory that the
cent of the church member
with Negro youth through Minnie L. King Mrs Ella ship, retaliate.He .
member of and the Barnes Usher
"Whit is sick and Mary Singleton, a Board and Junior Usher Board will serve
man has
; must foot the bill.
religious vocational conferences Banks Mrs. Vernon Daniel and began by paying tribute to
not been able to com up with More than 20 members of the St. Plus Catholic Church, .will all day. Mr*. Willie Young will serve a* musician. The pastor,
scholarship Mrs OUle U. Caravell. the Church for having produced
the right answer ft* to the place Council pledged to contribute speak in the morning Rev will deliver both major sermons. Prayer meeting U Tuesday
men of the caliber of Bishop Cherry of Mt. Tabor night Bible Is
100.00 each toward the implementation George study Wednesday night The lesson will be taught
Alexander Walters, one of the will speak in the afternoon. At by the pastor. Choir No. 2 rehearses Wednesday at 7:45. The
of the
.. program They founders of the NAACP.He also
3 the people will Junior choir rehearsal is at 5
hope to reach member p.m. young p.m. The D. B. Barnes Choir
every paid tribute to Bishop William .give a program. rehearses Saturday at 6 p.m. AU members of District No. 7
and
every church in the ,
J. Walls and to Bishop Stephen Sunday School begins at 9:30 art urged to meet with Mrs. Barnes torte voting for WomeD'1HEDIEM
denomination. The Is
money J. Spottswood. both of whom
DAVISdurlttturI with Mrs Ann Barr of Mt.
;!r T being contributed outside the have remained in forefront Sinai u guest. The lesson will NEW :: BAPTIST

i denomination budget and will of the fight for freedom. be reviewed by Mrs. Miranda Deaconess Boards No. 1 and No. 2 will celebrate their Joint
it!I 135 Broad St. 353-5791 be These expended by the council. Wilkins/ felt that one of these Tenant of Mt Ararat Baptist. anniversaries Tuesday night, May 28, at 8 p.m., at the church.
strong and effective fact days we are going to be united,' Other services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: ajn.
conclusions are due to the because we will all be going Eunice: Dunson and teachers will be in charge. The lesson will
that the structure of the Church the same way "The world is be reviewed
the
by pastor Rev Norman. The morning worship
has been expanded so u to give growing smaller," he said Cooper Volunteers win be at 11 am. with the deacons in charge of devotions.

No Frost more voice to the membership. "and we must live,together in District No. 1 win meet at the church at 3:30 District No. 9
SpecialFROM Heretofore, the laymen wascould.red it. The separatist can't win." Plan Benefit Move wiU meet with Roosevelt Bacon, 1338 East at S p.m.
more a* a The leader pointed to the death The days
evening worship begins at 6 p.m.Both of the sermons
contributor. of Dr. King and said that the The Volunteers for Coopers will be delivered by Rev Normanpastor.. Prayer meeting

.c- tragedy has given a push to Tour to Virginia Group will takes place TuesdaJat:3OloIlowedbJ Bible study at I pm.
Honored the rights movement."Dr.King sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lakeon The church is located at 1614 East Thirtieth.
involved people," he averred. Saturday, June 8. This trip
PHILCOCOO He said that Dr. King brought is for the benefit of Michael
the man in the street into a Keys, a student at the school.
relationship with the upper man. Bus stop will be made at Mon-
Wilkins said the rights movement crier and 26th, Davis and Eighth WRITE WRHC TODAY
1 1 i will continue to make Streets, Florida Avenue and
l + .
.1l' sa progress.In First and Emanuel Baptist
1
$ conclusion, the NAACP head church Further information
said "Every American must can-be secured by calling Win $25.00 For Your C..rche.t

have new attitudes,anew undersratndlng ,165.-4165. _
DOWN and a will to do so. out the
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The Church's role must change ------- coupon below ni

': hearts. The Church must change
14,3 cu. ft, total I the minds of me and turn them |,------, write your question thai Mail
.e< L- : capacity from the ways of the world to ,

Big 102 Ib. freezer REV.SMITH godliness With this heritage, I Attend The II I to radio
v The anniversary of the Greater charge and mission-we are a station WRHC P.O.
with storage door New Bethel Baptist Church, peculiar people. The Church U j Church 01 j ,

''I Portable ice cube 7928 Mattox, and of its pastor, the exemplar of new attitudes, I Box 2467
keeperTwinvegeetable Rev, C. E. Smith, began Monday understanding and wills It I Your Choice Jacksonville Fit.
I .4 t night and will come to e. means saving a nation It I Ir ,
.1 ... I close Sunday, May 26. and,mankind." ----- PHONE:' 389.1111

,i crispers Rev. Smith is also pastor of .
the West Light Baptist Church n"8:'RUCTIONS: The WRHC "WaII '
i Dairy Bar Storage SISTER IESSIE &1- wW attempt 10 get
&n sower to
of Woodbine, Ga, The church any question rOIl mar lave
.1 1 door with enclosed on any subject, suck
here is him She read entire ast present and Nchools, rents, tales and
honoring this week. will your Uto-i> :ua:. city county govenmee aid to
butter
.keeper Members of the Woodbine future. She asks no questions but will tell you
.1 Priced with Trade church have been part of the what you want to know, giving date and facts of and Write the your questions below and man at once Your questfe
celebration. business; love, health and family affairs. Will broadcast answer, along will your Dame and address wW ba
The anniversary sermon in help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will from time to tine on WRHC 10 please print
I WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING .Woodbine-was delivered by Rev J! marry and when. U the one you love 1* true, what I rrme and address Write U often as IOU' like aDd Hstso your tor
I :: G. M. Mini of St. Mary's, Ga, to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated 'yew answer u0WRHC,1400onyourradiq your total commuat4
The minister is observing his locate absent friends and relatives, and'cause EForththe OIl houri a dare

7 PIECE DINETTES! tenth anniversary at New happiness between man and wife Make up lover's best question each eeek erring this mailing, Radio

'r Bethel. .quarrels. Tells, U sickness and bad luck are 1 MatQUESTION award 125,00 to the church. or your choice,'
I Sunday School begins at 10 natural enemies, evil influence andbadluck.Does! ,

: r : 'T -,- -r Large table with extension ft.m. At 11:30, with Rev. Smith not tell to please ,but will tell the truth. One visit will repay

.f .._ ,* to 35"x60" heat as the honoree, Rev. S. Gaston, I you for disappointments! In all others. I not only read your life:
+, i resistant pastor of the Little Gethsemane I like an open book but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. .
.-' j' high pressure top Baptist Church, of Woodbine, Come and see why yon are so unhappy, when everything seems
I {:' in white sparkle and 6 tall will be In charge.He will deliver to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick and worried

a back chairs in floral print the anniversary sermon. when you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting -
; washable plastic. The anniversary dinner will I THJS GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome NO MAIL LEASE PRINYItAME
.
r f'h. ,.fr be served at 2 p.m. At 3 p.m. ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, m .
Rev. E. Mobley of the St. Matthew SISTER BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on U.S. tl, -
$ 95 AME Church, will l/Z mile from City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone: 8'l -ZZ50. MY ADDRESS B- .

89 participate, accompanied by his WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE lay question II judged best, please send ZI.OJ: () b 4 tM .
congregation Reports and Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL choice, which 11 .

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I Bishop and Mrs. EC. Hatcher Are Returned to Florida A.M.E. District Mt. Olive Ushers


Will CelebrateThe


Outstanding Prelate Will Helping Qualified Students Revelation Baptist Mt. Olive Primitive "

Baptist Church, Myrtle and
Continue Progressive Work Will Observe Fourth Streets,willbe the scene;
of the anniversary services of
Annual Men's Day Usher Board No.3, Sunday, I

PHILADELPHIA At the close of the 38th Quadrennial May 26, at 3:15 in the auditor I
session of the General Conference of the African Methodist Revelation Baptist Church will turn
Episcopal Church held In Philadelphia, Bishop and Mrs elebrate Men's Day Sunday; Rev. S. L. Badger of Emanuel
E.: C. Hatcher_ were returned to Florida to supervise the work The speaker for the morning Baptist Church is the guest
oi we AME:; Church service will be Lewis Carter. speaker. The Junior Choir of the
The General Conference was Gibson was elected as Secretary Attorney Earl M. Johnson will Emanuel Baptist Church will
held at the Spectrum from May of Missions. The other speak at night. Deacon Hagans sing. Johnny Lee Johnson will 1
1 through May 14, with more general officers remained the Is chairman, Deacon Felton, give the occasion. Mrs. Elizabeth !
than 10,000 persons In attendance same. co-chairman. Hlndon will give I
The Consecration Service was Services will begin with the the History. I
The Episcopal Address was held at Mother Bethel AME Sunday School at 9:30: with A. The newly-organized Youth
deUvered by Bishop F. D. Church on Tuesday morning W. Williams as guest super- Usher Board of the church will
Jordan. The General Confer- May 14. The assignments of intendent. Mr. Hagans of New serve. Mrs. Willie T. Baker
ence Commission presidedover the bishops are as follows: St. James AME Church will and Mrs. Thelma Harris will
by Bishop E. C. Hatcher, 1st District, New York New serve as a teacher. Others be honored guests. Other participants -
met prior to the opening of Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvaniaand will be George Louden of Allen will appear. Mrs. G.
the conference and saw that the New England states, Chapel: AME, Albert Ashwood F. Best Is president; Mrs. E.
the arrangements for the sessions Bishop John D. Bright; 2nd of New Mt. Olive Baptist, and Hlndon, secretary and Rev. J.
were In order. The District, Bishop George Baber; Deacon Wesley Singleton of M. Dixon. pastor.

overwhelming majority of the 3rd District, Bishop W.Wilkes; 7: Revelation Baptist. *
Florida delegation requestedthe 4th District, Bishop H. Thomas 4 y In the morning service, ath
return of Bishop and Mrs. Primm; 5th District, Bishop a.m., devotions will be led
Hatcher. Harrison J. Bryant; 6th : by Deacon Levine of Mt.Ararafand ,Asbury Methodist

During the session two new District, Bishop E. Hickman;' Deacon George Stephens.Rev. .
bishops were elected, Rev. G. 7th District, South Carolina, C. L. Telfair will be PlansWomen's Day
Dewey Robinson of Washington, Bishop W. F. Ball; 8th District, pastor for the day.Deacon Johnson .
D C., and the Rev. Henry W. Bishop I. H. Bonner; 9th District r prt 4 f/ of Emanuel Baptist will be Asbury Methodist Church will r
Murph of Los Angeles. Bishop Bishop H. N. Robinson; the guest soloist for the morning celebrate Its annual Women's I
D. W. Nichols was restored. 10th District, Bishop O. L. service. Day Sunday, beginning with the
A new budget for the AME Sherman; 11th District, BishopE. The offering will be collected Sunday School at 10 a.m.Guests .
Church was adopted for 12 1/2 C. Hatcher; 12th District, .A: tt by Bob Singleton and N.Dudley. teachers and a guest superintendent I
v A In the evening worship the will be present Mrs.
pen' cent Increase. Rev. Fred Bishop George N. Collins; 13th _
C. Cummings was elected to District, Tennessee and Ken scripture will be read by Rev Eliza Rich Perry Wise will be r
bead the Church .Extension tucky, Bishop C. A. Gibbs; 14th R. D. Bennett The mission the principal speaker for the
*J- District, Bishop D. Nichols; offering will be taken by Rev morning sermon.At I
15th District, Bishop Robinson; N. Nichols Deacon Charlie 3 p.m., the youth will pre
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16th District, Bishop Blakely; \ 1' Tunsen will give the welcome. ,sent a lItereary program with \i
17th District: Bishop Bearden; Robert Blalock will give the the Bowden Memorial Church
18th District, Bishop Murph. 4 Jr response. Serving choruses will as guest At 7 p.m., Rev. Inca
The new Science Building and ._ ,: lL come from Mt Vernon. A Hen Johnson, pastor of the Wrights-

Senior Citizens Home are being Harold Hamilton, Market Deveolpment Department, Coca-Cola land, Ohio, which win be awarded to I high school gradmte at derson and Joseph Hillman will vllle Methodist Church will be
constructed now on the campus: USA, a Division of The Coca.CoIaCompanysecODdfrom left), the convention of the National Dental Association. Looking on collect the chorus offering the guest speaker. Mrs. Irene
of Edward Waters College. presents a scholarship check to Dr. Roderick Adams of Cleve- are, left to right Dr. Frank Chownlng, president of NDA; Dr. Peter Jackson will make the Ward Is Chairman. Mrs.Verlee
Much credit Is due Bishop and George Wade and Dr. E. Richardson. presentation. Closing remarks McCormick is co-chairman.
Mrs. Hatcher and PresidentW. will be made by Rev Telfalr.i! Mrs. Dorothy Murray Is chairman I
B. Stewart for leadership Friendly West of the Program Committee.
being given In the state of Prominent Persons Round t Mrs. Lossle Llmbrlc will be
Florida Side Choirs : CHIMB IVf1 S Pastor of the Day.Friendship.
AgendaOn * *
Out Spring's
Edward Waters College Choir Day
was In recital at Town Hall In Hold MeetingThe CONTINUED FROM PAGE Baptist
New York City on Sunday, May Friday night, May 24, at Day Spring Baptist Church, three FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
1%. The choir captivated the Friendly West Side Choirs guests ministers will speak In the interest of the church's The Young People will be In cl barge of servies all day. Sunday Announces
vast audience. Union will hold the monthly anniversary and of that of Rev and Mrs Weaver. Mrs. M.L. School begins at 9:30 a.m. Th t morning worship begins at 11
The church elected Bishop mass revival meeting Sunday, Brown will preside. Mrs A. Larke and Mrs. M.K. Wilson a.m. District No. 4 will hold the. monthly meeting Sunday, May Men's Day
BISHOP HATCHER Jordan to be Its Executive Rep- May 26, at 2:30 p.m., In the will lead the devotions. Mrs Bernice Mainor will bring the 26, at 4:30, In the home of "I... J. Robinson on Soutel Drive.
Djpartmcnt. Rev Dr. Howard rensatlve In ecumenical affairs. auditorium of Mt. Bethel Baptist Occasion Mrs. Carolyn Llmbrlc will sing. The theme speaker Deacon Issac Roberts Is leader., The Youth Department Is spools Friendship Primitive Baptist
D. Gregg was elected Bishop Joseph Come Is to Church, 5637 Anderson Street. will be Mrs. W.L. Smith. The theme wUl be "Building A Better coring a trip to Magnolia Fa on May 25. District No. I Is Church First and Pearce
Historiographer! and Rev Ford write the polity of the AME Senior Choir No. 1 of Mt Church Through Church Attendance." sponsoring a trip to Magnolia keonSaturday.May 29. District .Streets, will hold Its Men's Day
Church. Canaan Baptist and the Rev J.B. Klnchen wlfl pre- by his congregation will speak. No. 3 Is sponsoring a trip to j Silver Springs on June 8 at ':30 on Sunday,June 9.Deacon Wins-.
combined usher boards of Mt sent the guests. They are On Monday night, May 27, at a.m. Mrs. Frances Patterson I II president The morning wor- ton Ware will be chairman. A
Bethlehem Baptist Honoree Bethel will serve Miss Gloria scheduled to be Rev A. F. 7:30, four ministers will speak, ship begins at 7 p.m. Music will be directed by Mrs. Story. special event will>>e sponsored I
Thompson will Introduce Mrs. Curamlngs, West Union Baptist namely: Rev J.C. Sams, Sec- Rev. Remui Smith Is pastor. The church Is located on New Friday, May 24, at 312 Good
ond Baptist Rev J.S. Johnson Kings Road.GOODSHEPHERD. win. On Saturday, May 25, a
Rosa Lee Glbbs as mistress ,; Rev H. L. Herod Mt ;
Observes Youth Day of ceremonies. Special guests Morlah Baptist and Rev B. St Stephen's A.M.E.; Rev. special affair will be sponsored
will be Rev N. Hodge, Mrs. J. Lane, Mt Sinai Baptist.Mrs. R.A. King, Payne Chapel A.M.E.. In the Interest of Men's Day.
Bethlehem Baptist Church, Catherine W.Sykes,the Herald- Pearl Collins will express appreciation. and Rev. G.A. Price: St Mattbewts This will be at the corner of
Sixth and Madison, will observe tires and Rev Lee McQueen. Host groups will Baptist. The appreciation BAPTIST Lewis and Goodwin. .
Youth Day Sunday.' Sunday The Friendly West Side Union be Districts Jl, 12 .and 30, committee will make pre Sunday School begins at 9.45 wine !Lh the superintendent charge. Services,are as usual. Sunday
School wUl tin at 9.30: with Male Chorus will meet Choir No. 2, Choir No. 4, the sentatlons. The cutting of the morning worship begins I at 11 a.m., with Joe Amous School begins at 930. The
guest teachers. Saturday, May 25, at 7 p.m. for Missionary Society. anniversary cake will tax charge of prayer. B.T.U. be gins: at 6 p.m. The Junior Choir morning worship begins at 11:30: I
The devotional service begins a special rehearsal and a Deaconesses Board No. 3 and place. A social hour will follow. will serve In the evening hip at 7 p.m. The senior choir and the evening at 9 p.m. Rev
at 10:30: a.m., with A. Urine business conference In the the Junior Church On Saturday night at the church will rehearse Wednesday at 8 p.m. 1C.Robinson will preach. ,

and Lawrence Pratt In charge. main unit of Mt Sinai Missionary On Sunday, May 26, at 11 a Freedom Recital, featuring Harris Gospel I
R v. W. L. Williams, pastor, Baptist Church 1551 Lee a.m. all choirs will serve. Dr. Vlrdell Jakes, organist of Mt. 4 *
will preach.At t. Street, with Mrs Catherine Edward T. Graham, pastor of Sinai Baptist Church, and the Singers Appear :
3 p.m. the district mass ) Sykes and James M. Harvey the Mt Zion Baptist Church of Lucile G. Coleman Choir of PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD: t
meeting will be held by District MRS. ROSETTA COHEN In charge Rev Benjamin Jefferson Miami, will speak. Sunday ShIloh Baptist Church, will be The morning service begins al 12 noon. Sunday School begins The Harris Gospel Singers :
No. 9, with Deacon Holloway Mrs. Rosetta Cohen Gospel Lane Is pastor. School opens at 930. At 7 given. A special feature will be tat 1030. The evening service begins at 3:30 with Elder Stork will appear In recital on May
u leader. BTU meets at S p.m. Singer will be the recipientof Rev S. A. Thomas will be p.m.. Rev s.L. Badger of the last message of Dr. Martin u speaker. The night serviceIs begins at 8 p.m. Bishop Gates.iving 26 at 8 p.m. at the Mid-Way
The evening service begins at honors on May 28 host pastor. Emanuel Baptist accompanied Luther King, "I HadADream." pastor. Tabernacle Baptist Church,905
6.30 and wiU be followed by many North Street Arlington. Uls
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baptism.the usher The board Junior will choir serve.and Davis Spiritual Singers,, The First Born TempleHoldsDistrict St Paul Baptist Assigned Bonds ,I Sponsors group has are been Mrs reorganized Gwendolyn II

will be Peace Community Temple and I !Li! 4iJ-l!
Women's Day Sunday, : : Baskln, Mrs. Vera Sadler and
Band
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June 23. Mrs. Vivian Wilson is appreciation program sponsor In her I I i Heel Sunday SchoolServices Mrs..G. C. E Ips.

reporter. This affair will be held "
honor.
Services at the First Born are as usual. Sunday
at the Temple at 819 West '
Temple, Elder Hill pastor, are School begivs at 9.30 with .') 7'110MINUTES "
Will
Baby Contest Church Street at 8 p.m. Among featuring the District Assembly Deacon Jefferson charge.The 9
many who will appear will be opened on May 21 and or an appointee will "
pastor
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Terminate May 26A Rev. McCall and the McCall will close May 26. review the lesson. The Choral Is your Springcleaning
Singers Brother Butler Mrs. ,1
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Group will serve all day, along :,
Mack Mrs.
contest will be held on McNeal Elder .
baby with Usher Board No. 2. Rev. "I
May 26 between the Sunday Alice Boston and The Boston Second Baptist Taylor, pastor,will deliver both .. 1I11H.THE' BIBLE r r done ?
Brother Robert Williams
School of Midway AME Church, Singers, messages. The evening worship Hue toil Her Mutulricd. I ho, wIns!
sponsoring Baby Arthur Lamar Deacon Thomklns and Sunday School begins at 6 p.m. Prayer meetingIs piiii ourltl gut that "*t: UUJurtlii .. I
Capers, and the Richard Allen The Thompkins Singers, The each Tuesday at 7 p.m. and BBHOP W. r. BALL |>|>inf. MiMriHlliuut.| fckkttIrir rt/A'/ : 1
Sunbeam and Mrs. Ball \v
Club, sponsoring Baby Bola Singers Is followed by the Teachers' Bishop W. F. for some rkldrnr ,
Thelma Edwards. Others will Annual Affair of the
Has presiding prelate
Collins. meeting and Bible study. Rev years The Bible bill ui in P.ul f>iU10 Ifs
appear whose names are not Florida Conference, Cube AME I !
leader
Johnson civic
Joseph Eddie Taylor Is pastor. the' Ruount. Thire HUM* ii\
listed bere.Union Second Baptist Sunday School Church was returned to the iI
and baritone vocalist, will be Chapter One ..c read of the (.."..ik"id I
the speaker, after the win hold the Second annual hour Seventh District, North Carolina .. ,
principal Community of ",, : Ifs gear 1/irnf /> // Tk
Fellowship Sunday morningat at the recent Quadrennial
morning service. S. C. Hart, Ihtm He ilitiHmtr I
Sharon gait up fnt
Rev B. J. 9.30 a.m. The theme will Rose Ot of the Connection in
superintendent; PlansMen'sAnnualMeD" be "Togetherness In Worship." Philadelphia.Grant ." UhBrtauic llirt had t

Day win be celebrated L. C. Chester Is general superintendent Meets SundayThe site HUH up: II
Union Com Rev J. C. Sams Is :'.'Ild'n ii Ihrt did nut ..iJilo .,
at
Mt. Ararat Choir Sunday, May 26,
I MemorialA.M.E. iruin Cod In lliclr; kiKmlctlgr, : Ca
munity AME Church. Rev. N. pastor. Rose w Sharon Bible Club I'
No. 2 Plans McCray Is pastor. will meet Sunday;'May 26, it Church (....| {." idem otrr lo a irprotalc .
The morning service will 5 p.m., with Mrs. Ella Jackson mind, lo do ihtnc lliingi ti hhhfire
feature a sermon by Rev. H. 2403 Avenue. not IwtaningIRwn.. I.W
Ellington
Shaw A.M.E. Zion ,
May Outdoor Tea L. Harrell, pastor of Mt. Zion Mrs. Naomi Alexander Is president Men Celebrate This rut a direct tawing on theiliMiimi :

Baptist. Sunday School will Mrs. Mary Trapp Is are face iniiwm luUt .,
The men of the Church and .
Mt. Ararat with Church Holds fur in direct propoiiion; lo ..1mrrini r- .:
Choir No. 2 of the begin at 9.30 Superintendent reporter. community will Join In t be: e
Baptist Church Is sponsoringthe Clarence Robinson In they departure fume Cod and Mord.
mammoth celebration of
annual musical tea out of charge The Youth Hour will be Nightly Revival \\ crime and immoraliit. tuprrMhk.n .
Annual Men's Occasion at Grant
doors Sunday, May 26, from held at 3 p.m., with Larry Temple 01/ The Memorial A.M.E. Church Sun- and fro have inueaml
4 to 6 p.m., at the home of Walton presiding. Rev. Lee Shaw AME ZIon Church will day May 26. It Mould hate been tliHuull Ilicliete
Mrs. Wilson, 2905 West Edge- Green, pastor of the Nassau- continue its revival through May At 9:30 a.m., P.J. McIntosh: 30 or 40 \nit ago. ilut outoung '
woo vine Church, will speakate.SO.: 24. ReV. Mack: McQueen is RejectedTEMPLE will serve as Guest Superintendent people Mould be Uiiciiig lo
will the call : The church Is the Mild mule ol ,
J.IaJIyslnpu will appear Rev. McCray give preaching. of the Sunday Church School exotic |MK*
to worship. Cleveland Johnson located: at 31 Grunthal Street OF THE REJECTED lauds I lit this can be CilIII'tIIllUIUPALMER'S !
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along with Joseph Coppock,
STONE OF SUCCESS. Services
Archie Is
C.
is chairman. Rev H. pastor. Reuben
begin with the Sunday Schoolat Brooks, W.R. Harper

9.43 with the superintendent W. R. Davis, Arnett Rogers, Get your spring cleaning done now by tending
SECRET OCCULT POWERS REVEALEDAT Mrs. McKissickWill Ralph Smith Newton Atkins and
In charge, along with his teach all
The morning worship Kemble MC aIr, teachers. "SKIN SUCCESS"OINTMENT your draperies. blanket, bedspread and dip J
ers.
LAST AT LAST SpeakAt begins Tuesday night at 730. During the 10-45 a.m., worship coven to Duval Laundry. Bring new smartness .1

The church Is located at 5841 period the speaker will be and color to all home fabric with Duval' !'
Power shatterat /pat Inn I Kinti your
It Is possible lor'a person to obtain enough to Central TeaMrs. :1".1:
Paris Avenue. Dr.: J. B. BUcknell: Pastor of IrCim*, MUTATION M*
will the.spell of any Voodoo or black magic Enough Powerto ML Herman A.M.E. Church of AM IM mill,IHMWI MUNU. M* professional Fabric Care crvice. For prompt
learn any secret of friend or foe alike, Enough Power to remove I EsteUe McKissick will Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Other .' a tin..nici' IMI m Auld/ fOIl radio-dilpatdied pickup and service call l'J
evil plagues and crossed conditions? YES! AND EVEN ;Purr) um wctur IWTMUI .
be the principal speaker Sunday, participants appearing on the ,_ lilt Nae.w Itl"" tl NM 354-8371
MORE. Enough Power to obtain riches, luck, happiness and May 26, at 4 p.m., at Central St. Luke Sunday program throughout the day will Ufty tU ....... t "...tot IM KJUt. t
success. Enough Power to regain love, affection and good CUE Church, at the tea be PJ.McIntosh,Rev.Clarence Muster. BH N N*:|IN itMi Hit II tar, a0uq Nt WMM"e.
health. Enough Power to make any hope a reality. W? By sponsored by Stewardess Board School Celebrates Frank,.Ralpb Smith, Eddie -IM taw M "kM infix* by MUlUfuuiwccur tJUIZIttf eta tAg don& ieI
first obtaining the secret methods that have long been reserved No. 3. Mrs. McKissick: is the CopJahn Myers, Robert .l MM. oHM(Mil wtnui kM Ioiir r*tnm UMl
for the privileged Jew.For what ultimate purpose? To make. wife of Rev.Rudolph McKissick, Moore Clifford Slrmons, Oscar .IM. iMMt"krMliM n4 tatiH M MtrIMN.
your own We a better life. For knowledge Is Power and with pastor Bethel Baptist Church. The Sunday School anniversary Hlllman George Warrea, m.1/M c I I MTIIMIMU tOMNULA ii DuvaL
it you need never to worry again. You can become a literal Mrs. Clarice Baker Is of the St Luke Baptist Church Jack Legette and Samuel "Fnotl AI urn'liCIt
Powerhouse unto yourself. Don't miss this Important offer.. program chairman. Many of will be June 26. There will be Rogers. Guest Soloist will be icoMNrt tin IK on OMY Mt SamtoneOrnficdMotlctViyckaocr Laundry

Send just $%.00 cash, check or money order to the talented workers of the reth visiting Is teachers. Percy Clar- John Gripper of DaySprlng Baptist SET HCAD-IITOE rlOUCTlOKMM .
L. R. WHITE & CO. city win be present.Mrs.Ever- superintended Mrs. Church. KM IM clt toMH M CMM* ''I /I / I .\ I II
Doris and Mrs. Helen will be H *!. MCCIU* MAP N k.M
P.O. BOX 9841PHILADELPHIA. gle Coker is'president Rev The Male Chorus of Grant ..-Ins I kfW(NtH Mt MM
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19140 In charge Rev M. J. Trowel U'. M ftltfttut* M>( Mfe*
PA. M. C, Merrlwether Is pastor. Memorial will serve throughout '
Is pastor. KflMII 'Mil'wc.arru/j" AN EXCLUSIVE WITH DIXIE AND DUVAL
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UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES J 65-PAGEREPORT ADDED ,

COMMITTEE/ SUGGESTS THE PROV/DESmRVAR/0US & .rry* **iatrr. .
ftJERRILLA WARFARE AD- ;
NEWS r. 1 DETECTION CENTERS TORE YOUNG .JUT.
VOCA7l"O BY HIUrAHT ; By WHITNEY M. ,
BLACK / JtBEcOUNTEREDBY'DETENTiON MIGHT iOPERATED THROUGHOUT THE
WASHINGTON
nor'tdJ& \ COUNTRYANDTNESEM/G1T POOR PEOPLES' MARCH ON
Published by till pubushing'compny.MEMBER! CENTERS'AMONMOTHERDEVhCES' CIVIL RIJHT HELL BE UTILIZED FOR THE.rro.KEIlS the place 01
w1lI become assembly
TEMAORARY/MPRISONMENT Washington, D C.once more

: ,:{ MURDERED WARRING GUERRILLAS? The Poor Peq1es'oi cberlleeklngbroadchanges1llour March Is, however, different from I1stem.time I\


.. !}1.'k I'( HEDtwI WLLMMMOORE tVER5 I' which In tile preceded first placeU'. Dot a one or two day NUUr. Temporary
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: .. I. fl 'i} 4.UTTLCOIHLS living quarters have been set up, and Rev. Ralph Abernathy,
10NM3 UVttO successor u head ci Socgje 111
WOL4
NEGRO P : ) Dr Martin Luther KIng' two
MALCOLM Leadership Conference, is determined keep !ft*
.' I'! ) MMtWGOOOMAHracMXD.sctna.Kntn Christian Washington until the actions of Congress reflect
marchers
-- .. MME5 CNANEr '.. ',k as .>! the seriousness of our domestic crlsla.
SIMPSON DRKING i': ," difference: is that this V jjp '
ERIC 0. -- MANAGING EBITBRNILRA Another
i/ march Is not the special pror

r. vince of any single ethnic group. ;
HOOTER -- CIRCULATION MANAGER INI IfM1y
if Negroes predominate, but that
'.. Is only because so many of the

2323 MONCRIEF RIAR PRONE ELGIN -1712 I -",;,.\...,\... t like poor are those black.in Appalachia But poor whites who,

., were promised an end to their
NAILING ARRRESS .:.of);"': poverty but got nothing more
.c 50 than promises are also ,

P.I. III 5SS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIRA 32211 So Care American Indians f

who uw a continent stolen from
MIAMI OFFICE U. tIIem' and then were reduced by tile victors to till most abject
i AMERICAS' v Dovertv Puerto Ricans and other Spanish-speaking citizens
/ CONCENTRATION also Washington-bound, seeking an end to tile discrlmini.
7TN HE. HONE 751-317 4 p are
SOU NJ. i
,. CAMP?' lion which keeps them out of Jobs and to the end of exploitation

SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES of farm labor and migrant workers.
Many Americans suffer the dull ache: of poverty. Negro
One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $1.00
sharecroppers forced off the land In Mississippi are literally
Mailed to You Anywfier* ,n' the United States starving Doctors have testified to the effects of malnutrition

Subscription payable In Advance on young children. Many are crippled for life because of

Send Check or Money Order to: "
"effects'
I are rat-infested homes, broken
other poverty
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599
! families, bad health, and the horrors of watching beautiful
-.; Jacksonville lj Florida j young children lose their Innocence and potential, and become

I IF PROTEST AND DISSENT SHOULD BE CALLED INSURRECTION .. ? hardened And all this old is before happening their In time.the midst of the most fabulously

wealthy nation In history.
! A Thru! To Democracy Some people Including Congressmen, have already protestedthe
march. I guess it makes them nervous when they have to
see the poor with their own eyes. If s much easier to vote
I li Draft DodgingNot r spinet rent supplements and antt-poverty funds when you doot

t have to see the results of your work.
YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE To the people who say that such a march of citizens to tilt
long ago a group of antiwar objectors nation's capital is a tragedy, I would say that the real tragedy!
attempted to forcibly close down an lies In the fact that the poor should have to march at all Toe

Army Induction center at Oakland, Cali- I real tragedy that of society: which refused to listen to the
: cries of poverty for all these years.
f GUIDE
fornia. I The poor shouldn't have to march.Others should marching.
This kind of action Is close to the bore America's- privileged people--the rich and the upper-middle

derline of insurrection, and the continuance classes who reap such enormous benefits from our way.of life

of this kind of thing can be danger t ly MHO The ASTROLOGER ; ought to be dramatically calling on Congress to provide a
ous. If the minority were ever to become t measure of Justice for the poor.
Congress Itself ought to be out marching to the poor section
successful In its attempt to force its f and to the ghettos of America which it helped to create. And
Kill upon the majoritythe die is cast fora f If they are too busy to march, at least let them ride to tilt
dangerous precedent.If tt WHICH ARE. YOUR LUCKY DAYS r 4I poverty-stricken areas. That way they could get some reading

everybody can evade the draft, we **- done too-books like the Kerner Commission Report which tells
t what has to be done to end our urban crisis.
could raise in times of em
never an army
And once they get to the ghettos, these lawmakers ought to
FOR
ergency. If a citizen can get by avoiding climb the rickety stairs,smell the uncollected garbage eat toe

the draft, it may then be possible someday t I surplus food, battle the rats at nights a hunch that educational

to avoid paying taxes. .. marches to the slums could change an awful lot of votes.
BUSINESS LOVE J 1 hope this Poor Peoples' March 1s successful, and while this
afford be brandedas TRAVEL
citizen
No male can to
L is a SCLC project the Urban League hu offered Its assistance.
a .draft dodger. A draft dodger is more We have always backed: the goals of the march. They are J Jobs
{'despicable than the, robber, thief, or ""'=- -- -- -- for all who can work; guaranteed annual income.'for UIOIItwho

,:cut.throat. Our military cannot afford to r1 r.:;;. ; :;::. .. ,', can't 6.11hai. ,.
t The first goal-Jobs for been u omc aJ'po1Icyci
To do
let draft dodgers escape punishment.
I lIBIA CAPRICORN the U. S. government since the Full Employment Act of 1946.
so would be futile to the security of the For 22 years that part of the Act has been ignored. ICs about
nation. BORN SEPT. BORN DEC; time the goal was fulfilled. As for guaranteed annual Income
that's already been backed: by several blue-ribbon official
23RD OCT. 2311 '2ND JAN. ISTh thing about this march then.Is the modesty
t d demThe ands
a Iff logical. There are a few Choose work. Chance will not the the poor-they only want Justice.

,Science Stretches Man's Life SpanOne ;more difficulties to be faced favor anyone who depends
'
all, i before the present phase can be
purely on It to receive
i considered closed. New trends special favors. But bard work THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
*' i and changes are in the formative win get the really Industrious
general said it was not his exploitsin stage, and It will be the task of and capable Caprlcornlans Just By CLANZEL BROWN

the army that made him famous; it was of many to observe and Interpret what they wish and deserve, CONTROLS DURING URBAN

the fact that he lived to be 101 y ear a them accurately: after the 27th. especially: after the 27th. Do Preserving civil peace' 1s the first responsibility DISORDERS; of govern
Continue to lean on an ally who
old. : ac lea pillar of and who Dot permit discomforts to remain ment. The Urban League recognizes this and believes tt U
It is predicted that there will be so : The can sniff, well in strength advance,whicn unnoticed, and get hem essential for law and order to prevail. Without civil peace: our
attended
many people over 100 years in the 1971'stbat : way the winds are going blow. can banish professionals them In shortorder.who community would be a concrete Jungle ft is the thinking of the
the "century-passer" will not be the Memorial Day should be pretty Memorial Day would be more Urban League that a morl'blllDlDe approach should be used
during disorders that have racial
: Implications.
news. According to Social Security Administration a entertaining one unless agreeable passed la the
It
this appears that the City Council has taken the same attitude
one Is obliged to play a commanding
reports, at present there are Day company of lively Individuals about racial: disturbances: that most other city
role at
some public
who -. rather than In the gloom of administrations have taken in
slightly more than 13,000 American function. ; essence, the
have the mark. and self-made dark woods. "big stick" policy, ft was shocking to
passed century 3-90-22-14-56-70 '
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the
and find
paper that the
We have come a long way since 1900 when City Council
passed a resolution to give $%0,000 to
the average American could expect to live SCORPIO AQUARIUS Police Department for riot equipment. .

49.2 years; today, he can expect to reach BORN ingly, the Council and law enforcement
70.2 years. OCT BORN JAN. would have tried to find other ways to deal

Our years will be longer whenever we lick 24TR NOV. 22NI 20TN FEB. 1BTN hostility the problem and frustration of bigotry _and the causes

the big killers like diseases of the heart !to be one more financial hurdle Logic wins. When it finally than dealing with rlots-4ho effect. ; rather

and circulatory system, cancer, accidents to surmount before key assocUatlons : comes toashowdownlogtcwlnabands The deterring of civU cannot police:
can be normalised. Be. down over the emotions. alone. The police guidance oortlfromthe
of all types, influenza and pneumonia. Deed and sup mayor
open to suggestions U to There III period opening offering and other
public officials. It is the responsibility of public
efficacious ways and means of Aquarians better
be doing Just that on the 26th.With officials to determine proper police policies, support adequate
to utilise
opportunities police standards; the :
It personnel and performance, and part;.
may of the more stubborn probe outstanding talents,, to cultivate in
6-'S0.5-17.26-48Z dilate planning the controls for civil disorders/
Registration Of( -fire Arms And Guns ", lems swept away, it should bea romantic interests, and to aid The following are controls and policies that should be clearly}
comparatively simple matterto
In the to
: .youngsters family established prior to urban unrest:
get economic affairs run develop artistically as well U 1. Assign
seasoned well-trained
The assassination the late Dr. Martin ning smoothly once again. The spiritually. Start taking advantage officials to patrol policemen and supervisory
fall. ghetto areas and
Luther King Jr. Brought) fore Joint efforts of collaborators to respond to disturbance;
# to the the of improving weather 2. Develop plans which will
quickly muster maximum police
of haying should benefit all alike wheneverybody conditions by going out ,
wisdom .negligent laws governing the more, manpower and highly qualified senior commanders at the"OItbreat
Is Imbued with the
'u4 seeing uII1b1t1ODI or entertaining of
the purchase of disorders.
guns, and other fire-arms. ,
spirit of fair play. Batlooallte
events that live totheAquar1u S. Provide
Some people say we have become a nation of with the budget and see to It that requirements up and Prepare special for training in' the prevention of disorders.
"gun-sllngers." insurance investment and tax .a adequate police field communication riot control and for operation in units with
matters have been handled with for proper discipline and
Is the
frightening right to buy arms and 4 ZO'S.lS.III effectiveness.
without restriction supported in & dispatch and common sense. 4. Develop guidelines for
the constitutional 5.50.44.12.45.111U611TAIUS governing the use of riot control
phrase '''the right of every for PISCES rtl1abWtJ equlpmeat.built EstabUsIa 10. I workable intelligence system that baa

I citizen to bear arms to protect' himself? ) BORN, FER.1STN 5. Establish machinery for neutralizing rumors by creating

I When the right to bear arms amendmentwas BORN NOV.73RO MAR. a special rumor detail to collect evaluate, and dispel rumors
added to the Constitution, it came REC. 21ST.You'll 20TN that may lead to a civil /
The
Start anew The last problem above measures art
when the country in the : extremely important feeplDc the
was shadow
of the
know. The answer that weighing on the mind should* larger community from over and
re-acting
Revolutionary War.Oppressed Americans were Is offered on the 23rd, by wishful tackled and put to rout on t* *""*
able to strike for their freedom, because a thinking or i misguided 25th. It may then be time to u1tlmate1J lead to armed black and white camps '
they owned their own shooting irons. | friend Is not the right one. But resolve to cultivate living and vMtMMmMmmmmmmmmm
: if there is another forthcoming: working habits that will not '
Of late we have seen how the indiscriminate all from a life partner on the place any strains on physical THIS WEEK IN NEGRO H

use of lethal weapons by citizens contribute fire 26th! it should be accepted: as endurance. Whether a new home aiw*raiwwriMay ..

strongly to our internal Insecur- not valid. The developments are is in prospect, or another way 20, 1743 Francois Dominique Toussalnt 1tOu verture,
ity.The possession of a pistol contributesnot such as' to make key of life, the right starting point Haitian liberator, general, patriot and states
U1rt.tf""Eh'p'mor.wtlcht1tbaa 11 established u being on the man, was born.:
only to'a armed'robberies! but to fatal' may
a the usually are, starting on 27. Things that have previously May 21, 1955 The Rev. George W. Lee became the first Negro .
killings in the case of disputes between the 27th. Saglttarians who are been hanging fire should terminated to register to vote in Belxont, Miss. Be
two parties. : New unwed may suddenly decide that to personal advantage.A was later murdered retaliation.
We need a law which :will require the universal : a this situation should be sounder basis for harmonious May 22, 1967 Death of poet-author Langston Hughes, at age
remedied without wasting family aDd public relationships 65, In New York.
registration all guns and pistols it another minute. In this case i, should also be established It May 23, 1779 Jean Baptlste Polnte DuSable. Chicago's first
and, thosea Jou possessing:: guns lose no time making newfriends would aid considerably to Intron settler, was born.

which; are unregistered should be punishedto : the and start calling I due more efficient. monetary May 29, 1878 Bill "BoJangles" Robinson, famous Negro
the fullest extent;of ,the law. old ones so as to make the best policies to sin, te the threatof dancer entertainer and first of Us race to asArred
choice possible. any future controversies. in motion pictures, was bora in Richmond
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I Tuskegee Takes Orders From Judge Johnson on Student SuspensionsFuneral II



Directors' Meet The Future Medical Center CORE Brandishes All Cases Must I. Rilittd Ti.


Was Attended By Hundreds Finger At New Readmission Within Yiii

-- Civil Rights Act
PHILADELPHIA (NPI) An overflow attendance of ____ ...:",t--""=,,"; .." ,..,. ----ot I -Ae- TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.-President L.H. Foster affirmed
..._ -- -.c.A WASHINGTON- P last week the decision of the Faculty-Student Hearing Committee
members and guests at the mid-season meeting of the board -I..
of directors of the Rational Funeral Directors and Morticians action to Act the is nation's Dew affirmative Civil in the case of a second group of DYe students recently readmittedto
.: Rights largely the Institute by order of Judge Fnnk JohnooB Jr. and who had
,
,
Association Inc., In Warwick Hotel, recently led officials to r-- fl11kI.h" but there is some dlseent
proclaim the three-day sessions as the most successful ever. been suspended previously by the Institute..
; ,
black-power advocates
1\t:1. among
::
:: Two students were suspended Ii
Representing a membership several Important Items duringits I : a Polish-American congressman the second group of 54 students
"
which Is the ( .. =' effective Immediately and with before the Hearing
second largest meeting. t aggK ..rkes and white blacklashers. brought
Negro business In I .A, readmission not to be considered Committee which was set to
group the First on the agenda was the t CORE called the law a "hoax op
country the board tackled completion of plans for the I IISSoclation's ( 02". .. .... against black people" and Roy prior to the second semes- determine disciplinary action :
ter of the 1968-69 school term
.
: 31st annual convention ...... r I Isms, associate: national CORE following the order to readmit
1 for one and not prior to the fall
Jackson Ek atsnf students who were denied admission '
Miss. .
to be held at the ""IslBl LL director noted that the act's
;- semester of the 1969-70 school when the Institute reopened '
Sheraton Four AmbassadorsHotel housing provision contains no

Mayor Sees Slums Miami, August 38. I enforcement procedure except term A third for student the other.received a suspended its doors following student "
disorders last month. :-
NFDMA will be the only Negro conciliation and forbids court
and Repents convention scheduled for Miami 1 I action during conciliation. Rep; sentence with readmission after being The two cases involving suspension ['
this summer. Roman C. Pucinski (D.IU.),wboI suspended, were appealed to the
Some weeks ago, Mayor AllenC. The directors also selected I voted against the bill, has his not June to be considered before President of the Institute and !.
1968 and is to
Thompson of Jackson Mississippi general secretary Robert H. eye on his white constituents subject the decision of the committee "
the of immediate :
penalty sos-.
assured Negro leadersat Miller, of Miller Major and 'I when he ominously expressed school's ,was specifically affirmed.
pension if of the
a city council: meeting that, Ockleberry: Funeral Parlors, his hope that the "fears that any Additional cases are now being
regulations are violated durIng
"There are no slums in the Chicago as the 1968 recipient I motivated my vote against the period of this sentence. heard and others scheduled.
city of Jackson. Two days of NFDMA's annual "Morti (the act) will prove unfounded." Another student M--
placed on
was
later, Jackson's Negro leaders cian of the Year" sward Meanwhile S. Thomas Sutton, social probation extending Farm fire L.m.*e
conducted the Mayor through Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce Copeland i head of the white-backlash Operation through: the summer term of NEW YORK-Fire destroyed

the ghetto of the city be has prominent funeral h hi Crescent group In Chicago 1968, and on disciplinary probation In avenge of more than a hair
led for 20 years. Thompson directress of Cincinnati, was said the act would reward extending through the million dollar of farm property I
confessed: "Pve seen things named for the "Woman of the "the arsonist, the killer and 1968-69 school term. a day in 1966. according in
today I wouldn't have believed Year" award. Both selecteeswill the looter,thereby guaranteeing A fifth student was found not the Iniunnce Information In. I
existed In the city of Jackson./. receive their plaques at future riots"
Farm fire I losses
guilty and was recommended for stitute. last year
This is terrible Just terrible." the annual banquet session of I
special counseling. reached a record: high of SI95
And be ordered city officials the Miami convention. million.
These five cases comprised
to "take whatever action is Invitations were received by
necessary to get this cleaned the board for the 32nd annual roe new iiuvu teoicai center, to De txna on Eighth Street between Jefferson and liars, Black Power
up." convention to be held In Dallas should be completed In 1970 at an Initial cost of 127,000,00. The 500-bed facility will be WHEN YOU I

Texas and St. Louis, Mo. built adjacent to the present structure which dates from 1926. It will be the home of Jack You Seek The Best
Oklahoma Climaxing the three-day ses-. sonville's first Community Comprehensive Mental Health Center. There will also be a Tactics Are I
slops was the banquet attended Community Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center, a Comprehensive Diagnostic and Treat tor. When Your I
by over 300 persons who heard ment Center and expanded teaching facilities which will be conducted: for and In connection Prescribes, Get REIILL
NAACP Asks an address by Mrs. Mary H. with colleges and universities throughout the state.Each patient room will have only two beds. Good For Aussies enced Pharmacists !

Wright, master teacher University Music will be piped and each bed will have direct verbal communication with the nursing Fill
prescriptions
For Investigation CANBERRA-{(NPI)) -U. .-
of Pennsylvania on stations. Automation and computerization will be featured. Bed facilities can be expanded
"Education Our Negro Youth" to 750. Michael Wood Is executive director. style black power tactics maybe cording To Your :
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla.- .the only way for Australia's Orders.We ;

"We find such acts"of wanton Columbia Pictures Making Equal Opportunity Real dark-skinned aboriginal population Use Only The Best C. E. BLACKProprietor l
destruction Intolerable and demand to get full equality with: Quality Drugs.
a thorough Investigation white Australians, a white doctor :- I

by the FBI Immediately. says Ciled By Lincoln U, Dr. Barry Pittock: recently 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You
Mark Rosenman, NAACP Youth suggested.
and College Division director Columbia Pictures Corpora. N Attending the llth annual conference
'In reference to the shot-gun ton has received t 1968 Lincoln of Aborigines and -.A COMPLETE LINE OFCosnetlo ..... .. .. .

blasting of the Youth Council: University ( Mo.) Award Torres Straits Islanders In the
offices of the National Association for Significant Contributions to Australian capital over the
: Rubber Goods Candles -
Better Human Relations for Its
for the Advancement of Colored Easter weekend more than 200
People here recently. highly acclaimed motion picture delegates heard Dr. Pittock and
Affording to Mrs.Clara Luper "To Sir, With Love. also backed demands for a national Sundries.PRESCRIPTIONS.
Columbia Pictures Is the first
fund of $224.4 million to
CUlt, youth council advisor,
"We found the office In a sham motion picture company to receive compensate aboriginals for land CALLED FOR AND DELI VEREn-
the award which has been
taken from them.Aborigines .
bles when we went to The
open. ,
floor was entirely covered with given annually since 1951 to whose situation 1907 KINGS Mil 353-1271

shattered glass from at least communications organisations Australia Is very similar to
nine 38-callber bullets through which contribute to the Improvement that of the American Indians Lilly's Dii | Store
of human understanding
have demanded greater national
the windows which also damaged
several of our trophies" through information, assistance and an end to all
opinion or entertainment."To .
discriminatory: practices
Her added
daughter Marilyn ,
Sir With Love" which
"1 talked with our mailman against them.
'bier lie AId everything was starred Sidney Poltler u a The conference was promised Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.A .
teacher In an East London slum
normal when be delivered the a determined effort in that direction
school who wins over t classof by Dr. 11. Coombs MedeLU.rr.JN.m.r
governor
,mall at about 9 a.ra.That means .
hostile students, was selected
of Australia's Reserve
whoever did the shooting cam .s
,by between then and 10 a.m., by Lincoln University because .bank, who takes over In June as
It "serves u a vehiclefor I
when arrived" chairman of the Australian Federal
generating understanding government's Council for

among the races for forging r Aboriginal Affairs. ;
mutual respect, and for drawingof

the Negro an !image far more 74)
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HEW Approves graphic than could be possibleIn s
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pr 1Dt.: .n I

_
Funds For More NAACP Director .' (actual tut) i

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Manpower ProgramsATLANTA Names legislative BRAND NEW mounUm'i In loving meov top.>7 to the words and deed of a giant at the


Ga.-William U. AssistantNEW I 1968 VW : This handsome medallion hat been specially commiuioned

Norwood regional manpower National it (ii designed by a leading American sculptor.. and U

administrator of Labor for the ber..aIeI U.S. Department Office of YORK the NAACP- The has a new .--' SEDANX176850 : yours complete with handsome, full-Icngth chain. Both in

legislative assistant. Executive a warm sose-gold finish.
of Labor
that the Department
and the Department of Health, Director Roy Wilkins last week of To obtain a tint edition of this glowing tribute to greatness,

Education and Welfare today announced the appointment Price to this just clip and fill out the coupon enclosing I).00 plus han
A.
announced approval of six Man. Mrs. Yvonne etiivmo IN (lAX m'Thcra dung for each medallion desired.
post, with offices Washington,
Development and Training
power "
will work sac aurtr.1 mU ---W-------mmmm MM*MM W-------ff
she
Act (MDTA) projects for D. C., where of Clarence U .. herd, ilk ft mtmtj frJtf ttt stamp'flmtl 10 t.vtfikt
Florida costing $%%4,0'13. of under direction :.,: l a mtMUf*I* ..,,e/Rtr. Dr.Mtriit Luilnf Kig
which $214,350 will be Federal Mitchell. @ /'. (u,jico ....'d...,/*/.tmtti rW{''/purse**i".1111.,.
the NAACP
Before Joining
MDTA funds. Bureau. Mrs. Price Send mr__ nt Washington ---
A project to be conducted: at
Jacksonville, Junior College worked for the National As award for promoting the alms of gal; Employment: Opportunity and establishing effective CatlinGriffin- ; Plus pnufe and haodlin' @> US till

will provide refresher trainingto Women's Committee for Civil programs to increase recruitment of black professionals accepted by John J. Powers, Jr., Include mh,(!\cdICII moocjr order Total t--a...
30 general duty nurses for Rights, a group formed at the right!) Pfizer Board Chairman and President. The award was presented by Albert Oliver, ;

six weeks, total cost J9.M9 request of President Kennedy (left) Polemarch d the New York Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pal Fraternity at the Name..._, "''i
Federal costs J9.298. to coordinate activities of fraternity's Annual Northeastern Regional Council: which met at the New York Hilton on May 4. Volkswagen t Addr.uCity'1.
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women's groups toward passage U

of the Civil Rights Act-1964. Business Leaders Receive Rap Brown's INC State Zip_
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-- ------ ------ -.. :;1250 EAST 8th ST :
,rI Attorney Is For Memorial Medallions
354-909 i P.O. Boa 29)02 Atlanta Georgia 10129PHlANTIR
Plaudits For Race Action
I I CIVIL RIGHTS ROUNDUP :f fBy All Negro Schools .. .. ...

John J. Powers, Jr., Chairman of the Board and President
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Chas, Pfizer l> Co., Inc. along with Paul Wollstadt Senior NEW YORK-William Kunstler -
I Vice. President Grand Union Company were recently honoredfor a white attorney who has

___ ____________J their respective companies' recruitment programs for black represented black militant H. Fi f.
FEMALE THE KEY professionals. These awards were presented by the New York Rap. Brown said Monday the f.t

CHICAGO (NPI) According to Whitney M. Young, Jr., Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, a national social: organization only practical way to achieve f.t
executive director National Urban League the female is the largely composed of black professional men. quality education: for Negroes is t

key to efforts to find a solution to racial problems. "Women This recognition of industrial Guest speaker for luncheon: to revert to the separate-but- RTt
must take a more responsible role in the struggle for human achievements in promoting career was Charles .... Fields President equal school formula. i
rights" he dUd: noting that their social: role "11 similar to opportunities for black Manpower Survey it Research "Integration as a practical" t
Kunst-
that of the second-class: Negro citizen." professionals was a special feature Inc., recruiting management matter is impossible
of the Annual Northeastern consultants. Mr. Fields ler said, "so the way to achieve

DISARMAMENT Regional Council meeting addressed himself to the kinds quality education for black

ATLANTA (Nfl) A plea for the disarmament of white Kappa Alpha Psl Fraternity of career opportunities available children is to make the black' [
gun clubs and the demilitarisation of the police was made which was held at the New York to black professionals and schools u good u the white.

recently by the Rev. Fred L. Shuttleswortb, during a board Hilton on May 3-5. 1968. The how undergraduates may best
meeting of the interracial Southern Conference Educational selected companies were prepare themselves to take full Newark VictimsOf

Fund CSCEF). The board also called upon "white Americans awarded at the undergraduate advantage of these opportunities.

to stop the senseless slaying of our leaders. Stop killing at luncheon for their demonstrated An .award was given to Fire Listed ., .

home and abroad, and practice the non-violent ways hitherto sincerity in promoting the Mr. Fields for his achievement For NAACP Aid I,
preached to others." alms of Equal Employment Opportunity of these O IOrtuDlt1es.AA "
and the establishment award was given to Mr. Fields NEWARK'N. Jt-M1 s Sally
RURAL BIASMONTGOMERY of effective programs to increase for his achievement in promoting Carrol, president of the Newark
(NPI) "A vicious circle of exclusion" their recruitment of career opportunities for Branch of the National Association : Of
exists in rural farm management programs of the federal black professionals. black professionals and the for the Advancement: of Colored
government according to report Issued by the Alabama Personal awards were also establishing of effective te- People has announced\ the '

State Advisory Committee U..S. Civil Rights Commission. given to Richard Allen, Manager crating: programs to identifyand establishment of an NAACP .' ra
The committee charged that federal aid and programs are Personnel Selection and refer these candidates to Fire Relief Fund to aid the 600 s'a 4ka'because phllanthropicll(
dominated and controlled by whites, even where Negroesare Development Chas Pfizer i his clients. persons made homeless by the it gives you more
Co. Inc. Robert Brocksbank disastrous Central Ward fire than the other whiskies.\
in the majority.. : Kappa Alpha Psi is a national ..
Manager- Recruiting Mobile social fraternity founded at-In here last week. .E.- More flavor.More smoothness.
CONTROL DEMANDED Oil Corporation; and William diana University in 1911 witha The branch office: located at

WASHINGTON (Nfl) Negro control over all new and Griffin, Director of Selection present membership in ex 190 Clinton Avenue Newark, = Seagram's
reopened businesses in the city's riot-torn areas was one of and Training, Grand Union cess of 90,000 men who are all N.J., 07108. will be used u a' The Smooth Canadian.

the demands made upon the city government recently by Company for their individual college graduates ,from leadIng station to solicit funds and process .. _.... .
representatives of the Black United Front and other Negro efforts in promoting their com colleges and universities clothing to be distributed )0
groups. They warned that if Negro control did not come, panies' equal opportunity policies. throughout the United States. to the fire victims who were crass awrywe suso awsu L row 01.1....nsor atassw lllIlUW caes.ar.n

Mcontlnued.violence and destruction are likely." completely burned out. .







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Exciting Mid Campers On March Rust; La mar Romantic


Need Comfortable Shoes fashionpattern

! If I It'. almost that time of year when to "camp camp camp, the
kids are marching." If you have a mini-camper or two amongthe :
marchers, make sure they're wearing the proper shoes .. i,
or their marching may turn to moaning as ,they limp alor:*. i w
When youngsters take to the; protection against stones,nails k1ISl.flNo. i IJ IJII
outdoors, they prize Its ruggedness -- glass and other hazardous objects rn
-, !.,.. and lively informality. ') underfoot MNJ
However to help smooth the Most serviceable camp shoe is \\I
rough edges, mothers are well- the basic leather oxford.Youncr I
advised to provide proper I will like the looks
I clothing and equipment. Choice comfort and easy-care qualities
of footwear is particularly of the new oxford styles avail- \ /
w1IT portant, since camp life means abel in many kinds of leather
constant motion and a full day including smooth, grained
spent mostly on one's feet. In brushed antiqued and waxy
;5i the wrong shoes, this activitycan American leathers. To add that
lead to any number of foot touch of fashion, lads and lassies ".
ills As a guide to sensible might look for saddles vfTh r
shoe shopping, Leather novelty laces, stitching, two-'
Industries of America has pre- tones and new squared toellnes. i :4L _
pared the following foot care To make It easier on feet- .%, '
1 .. and footwear tips for parentsof and footwear, at least two (and
camp-bound boys and girls: preferably three)pairs of shoes h
first comes fit. Have both the should be take 0.alone. The
child's feet measured and the second or third pair might be
larger one fitted. Measurement leather moccasins ankle-
should be taken with foot up on high chukkas or high-rise slip; '.
'.... m.....{. the fitting stool, with leg at ons, all good camping shoes.A .
. right angle. Make sure that the handsome choice for boys L1 .
salesman holds the foot down would be the latest In deml- y
1 N while measuring, with the heel boots made like Dad's of newly -.T
1I I resting against the back of the developed leathers resistant to s ._
r I w measuring device. water and dampness.Junior can
Of vital concern Is the right 'march through mud, water and J
shoe material. Leather Is best woods without Impairing their ,
for tender growing feet Its pliability or appearance. Once ......J
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natural origins as animal hides over with a damp cloth glitter-buttoned. 614. Complete. A selection of National Board
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II .keeps young feet freshened by In the putter of sneakers
supplying a constant change of definite Instructions should be
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) spiration. Since leather shapes counsellor concerning their R-261
I summer i in Itself this cotton dress Itself to the foot like another wear. Sneakers should be worn
A wardrobe exciting striped fires 1211
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: One Dollar If you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR PATTERN BOOK for every sire, and all available have been around a long time,
I #complete selection of Hiph Fashion designs including ALL In a handsome range of rugged and most men like their tidy
! A AT YOUR BANNER bestsellers Send to ALSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern (name of American leathers. These textures tled-up appearance. In casual
your newspaper). Box 1615. C,P.0.. New York N.Y. 10001. Print Include smooth grained footwear there are super-soft
\ your'full name,,address. PATTERN NUMBER: AND SIZE. waxy antiqued,brushed cordovan glove or brushed leather ties,
GQOD' FOOD STORE"IUVT and glove leathers. mostly plain-toes and often
QUANTITY SPECIALS The typical father can alwaysuse showing a bit of stitching or I
RIGHTS RESFRVEO THROUGH SATURDAY another pair of shoes, or contrast binding. Dress oxfords
two, In his wardrobe. Supple or brogues in smooth or grained
For the Wedding Foot May lightweight leather casuals for leathers show various stleele-
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easy wear all summer-and the ments-hand-sewn moc toes,
DETERGENT We Suggest the Romantic. rest of the year as well-area the broguey look, woven leather
> HIT WASIINB VACIIIE fOIMOU smart gift Idea. Or Dad maybe or antiquing, and always the
J' For her feeFs sake, the smart bride will make, leather a in need of new business or wider, usually squared-off
member of the wedding. When beautiful "breathing" leather dress shoes. Whichever you Here, as in all types footwear
new 4 SUPER SUD.SIIpe" shoes are part of ber bridal costume the leading lady of the choose bt'. sure to appreciatethe leather linings are bestforcooldry
i day can be sure sbe'l look-and feel-her radiant best from good looks, durability and comfort and shoe shape-
d8ter9ent waddlnr march- to the thrmrlnv- of' the hrannrfWith honest feel of his made-ln-USA retention.
the latest footwear would be shoes In such leather leather footwear.Put Surprise Pop with sandals now
favoring comfortably lower textures as glowing calf, kid or Father "where ICs at" in high in popularity for summer
: NEW HEAVY DUTY heels and broad. toes, this matte lustre leather available fashion with up-to-the-minute wear at the beach, around the
year's brides should be shoe- In white, off-white pastels leather slip-ons showing high- house, even on the streets on
A tappy lot, observes Leather neutrals and darker tones. fronted silhouettes. Tall weekends. There's a robust
I Industries America.Althoughsome Leather's natural porosity tongues, monk straps, tassel masculine: quality to the new
u "'i LIMJTONE PLEASE of the new styles nave unique moldability and One supportive trim, elastlcited "turtleneck" sandals in waxy and hand-
WITH $5.00 OR be. affectionately. labeled qualities assure the anxious taplines and perfs are featuresin stained leathers. Their wide
MORE FOOD ORDER "monsters" 'brutes," and bride that her carriage these new slip-ons which comfortable leather bands may
GIANT "he-she" types, the bride-to- and her foot comfort: are details may be found in both dress and be trimmed with hardware
be will findagr.cefulcollectloon she needn't fret about on her sporty looks. The leathers used rope a kiltie or tassel
.ll'1' \JJ / PKG. from the other side of the coin wedding day. Through Its network cover the casual brushed waxy If you don't know Dad's site,
.l1A ; ), of current fashion,the romantic of pores, leather permits and glove leathers,the dressier simply copy down all the numbers
------- look. Here she may choose from absorption of moisture and circulation smooth and embossed leathers, Inside his last pair of
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simple yet feminine shoe of fresh air around the grains and antiqued shoes and the shoe clerk will
silhouettes In soft feather-light the feet And In shoes with leathers. decode them for you. Or you
DIXIE CRYSTALS. American leathers. smooth leather linings there's Lower-cut leather slip-on can present him with a gift
f'c c Brl4a1cOlllultant.andf twice the certainty of untiring styles Including the dependable certificate and watch the fun
'i SWIFTS PREMIUM FULLY COOKED specialists: agree that the best hours of dancing standing and moccasin spotlight hardware he has choosing his own shoes.
\\D] : wedding footwear is a well-cut tablehopping.The tassels and straps. For a foot-
SUGAR leather pump or sandal with low bride and her attendants sure foundation, make sure
PICNIC39 'or mid-heel and flexible leather' will find no problem keeping these, or any other gift shoes
'sole. This season,pretty pumps their leather footwear immacu- for Dad have pliant leather
LIMIT ONE PLEASE come severely plain, or sportIng late.Dlrt marks or even grass soles. ARMY'RESERVE
WITH $5.00, 11 r sling-backs buckles: or stains from a garden wedding If Dad Is the active type ;
;OR MORE I. 4 TO e LB. AVG. bows of leather or Eabric.Dei. or reception-are easily wiped dashing leather boots or chukkas -
FOOD ORDER 4910 i ?> cats leather sandals-open, but off the newest leathers, returning may be his "thing." The
t' rL not too stripy In design- re the shoes to their choke ranges from strapped
DB16. > qqrI also lnthetrsditlan.Best choice original beauty and freshness. Jodhpur boots in well-polished aL aaaaciant aaaWaaausa
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before you think they should. there's It
Suddenly that pesty kid
who has been swiping the l *"* :
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about to graduate from high school or college And Just as I L t '
suddenly you're very proud of this child. 1. ....;t:: .
There's no nicer way to show cheese tomatoes pickles I L =
pride in your ,favorite June mayonnaise and an assortmentof ._
graduate than with a parry, breads and watch the food I L. .. y
planned for late afternoon or alsappeari'CherryMint, "h.Ii.r, 3 '.....';." :. ;'::..
Refreshments
evening. can be Cooler
simple and Inexpensive with a I L" ., l" 4S
coaversatlon.plece punch suchas 1 cup boiling water 1 L a
Cherry-Mint Cooler on your 12 to 16- fresh mint leaves
menu. 1-3/4 quarts cold water
Pre-Sweetened Kool-Ald 1 envelope re-sweetened 1
Cherry Soft Drink Mix Is cherry soft drink mix Ll
1 Ll
sparked with refreshing mint Ice cubes or crushed ke
flavor,made by pouring boiling Or use 1 to 1-1/2 teaspoons I LL
water over fresh mint leaves. mint flakes.
With the punch, serve sand- Pour boiling water over mint I
wiches and slices of poundcakeor leaves. Cover and let stand 10 DATE SCOTCH BARS
cookies. minutes. Remove and discard I S 1 (Makes 24 ban
If your guests are all girls leaves. Combine mintflavoredwater l
plan a variety of dainty tea with cold water. Add r VJ cup butterscotch pieces 1 cup lifted flour
l : 2 tablespoons butter Vt teaspoon baking powder
sandwiches spread with cream instant soft drink mix.Stir until
cheese, chicken salad, and dissolved. Chill. V4 cup sugar V4 teaspoon salt
minced ham. But if boys are Pour over ice In punch bowl.If 1 etc V4 cup chopped nuts
among the guests, better planon desired, garnish with additional a I Ipr V4 teaspoon vanilla /t cup chopped pitted dates
more substantial fare. sprigs of mint and V4 cup undiluted Carnation
Everyone will enjoy stacking his maraschino cherries Serve in ., r.L Evaporated Milk
own*sandwich from a buffet punch cups or small glasses.
Melt butterscotch pieces and butter together over low heat
table set with sandwich makings Makes Z quarts or about 18
and vanilla. Mix
In small saucepan Combine sugar egg
of all sorts. Arrange trays or servings., well. Add undiluted Carnation Evaporated Milk and but
platters with cold cuts sliced
terscotch mixture to egg/ mixture.Mix well. Sift flour,bate
IIIIIIIIIIIIIRECIPES # ing powder and salt together. Gradually add to butter.
scotch mixture. Blend well. Stir In nuts and dates. Pour
Into buttered 9.Inch square baking pan. Bake In moderateoven
Ll (350T.t 30 minutes or until golden brown. CooL
frost with Butterscotch Icing. Cut Into 24 bars
RAISIN OATMEAL NUGGETS Lt
Makes S dorm .
cup shortening, tots V. teaxpoon salt t BUTTERSCOTCH iclNOi Melt 1/3 cup butterscotch pieces
Yt cup sugar I teaspoon allspice and 1 tablespoon butter together over low heat Cool slight
/. cup firmly packed Vi teaspoon cinnamon .4"L". ly. Add 1% cups sifted confectioners' sugar alternately
brown sugar % cup dairy soar cream \ with 3 tablespoons undiluted Carnation EvaporatedMilk.
I mt 1 cup quick rolled 1c 1\ Blend well after each addition. Beat to spreading
cups sifted all parpoie flour omit. uncooked 1'h consistency. Makes about 1 cup)
yt teaspoon soda H cup ratelnsH Li
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Heat oven to moderate 1350'F.). Beat shortening sugars and a
ecu together until creamy Bin together flour soda salt, allspice 1"1,111,11 .II ..
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,beginning and ending with the sifted dry Ingredients.SUr -,. )1"f Y'L -= ,
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Drop by teaspoonfuls onto unireased cooky "sheets about 3 ,
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Inches apart Bake In preheated oven MOT.) about 30 minutes. .J" ; P; )l'" (Makes to 8 servings)
(:nvfully remove cookies from cooky sheets with wide spatula. _'._" ,-* f l.a'l*.ltl _:I'__....:;"7/J,.,feaLMHJ uaV/. 1 package (3 ounces) 2 tablespoons grated
rlllllllll. Refreshments for, a graduation party can be simple and LD'drink mix Is parked WIth refreshing mint for this traauaaca. lemon gelatin onion
expensive If you build your menu around a conversation-piece punch line. I cup hot water 1 cup undiluted Carnation
NITTY Lit NONETS punch like ,Cberry tint Cooler., Presweetened cherry soft V4 cup creamy French Evaporated Milk
Makes IS muffins
.,,...lnl. t/4 cup chopped celery
MUfFINS: FROSTING: 2 tablespoons prepared Vi cup finely chopped )
t cvp pancake misVt I cup sifted confectioners'SUIW Race Into Summer With "Day Before" Picnic ** mustard I'"" pepper !p
cup chopped walnuts teaspoon Worcestershiresauce 9
I cup milk 4 teaspoon orange juice PICNIC ROAST 1 10-ounc bottle of Sprite the marinade. Remove roast 1 teaspoon salt
1 cup, beaten V teaspoon grated *ran( Vi BOM chilL Pack for picnic
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S Ublrspoona melted or pHI round:: roastS except roast Put rout In shallow A'htn ready to serve cut In 1.%" cup cup chopped celery green pepper bine French dressing, mustard, Worcestershire, onion and
liquid aherte lnf teaspoons salt I It. Marinate nan. Pour for the several mixture hours over, paper thin slices and serve inrolls 2 tablespoons diced sour undiluted Carnation Evaporated Milk. Blend well. Add
Moat oven to hot 4JST.). For muffins place pancake mix H teaspoon black pepperH turning often. with any. desired spread pickles' Carnation mixture to gelatin Blend well. Chill to consistency )
and ahortenlnf teaspoon ground ginger and relishes.NCB t tablespoons swat picklerelish of unbeaten whites Fold In celery,and. green
and walnuts In bowL Add milk. m. honey Heat oven to 325 degrees:, SALAD egg
stirring only unW combined. Fill greaaad nadlum-alaod muffin. U teaspoon ground nutmeg Flare toast In oven and roast 25 'I ,'" pepper.Pour Into 4.cup mold.Chill 1.2 hours or anti flrnt
\ hot cooked rice S diced "
14 garlic powder 4 tablespoons plmlento
cupa H full. Bake In preheated OfttCt25'r.) 15 to U mlnutea teaspoon 'to 90 mfnutes per pound accentIng -"* cups cooked, diced chicken U Unmold and serve with sliced ham or cold cuts. \"
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Ad orann peel until smooth. Spread on hot mU lnl.r U cup salad oil often with the drippings and U 1 cub tablespoon French minced dressing onion ., 1

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LINOLEUM ALL SIZES Fisher Junior Hi


LINOLEUM CITY MIAMI-Drew Junior High
School will lose more than ZOO
GEORGE SILVERMAN '5658 N.W.7TH AYE., MIAMI Negro students to the formerly A
almost all-whtte Ida M. Fisher
r MANAGER 151.8021 Junior High School on Miami
Beach In a voluntary reassign-

WILLIAM (BILL) PARKS JAMES (PETER) GUNN, the ment fall of of students 1968. beginning In

THE NEWKIKI'S This reassignment relieve
conditions at Drew Junior High. M
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The student body at Fisher now T
t BAR totals 572. Fisher now has about
\ a 24 per cent Cuban population.
DRAFT BEER ON TAP The shifting of students will 1
Involve those from the seventh,
eighth and ninth grades. This is
5910 N.W. 7TH AVENUE an attempt at Integration, according >. 1 ,
toMartinD.Kavanaugh,
PHONE 151.9311 MIAMI, FLORIDA 33121 principal. In order to facilitate
maximum ease in the transfer, '
rats, groups of students from '
FLOWERS BY WIRE PHONE 693.4531 both schools will exchange
visits before the present school
KITE 621-6056 term ends.Students s ,,
"SINCE 1949"THE being reassigned are Jv4t t At
ew'1 those who indicated Fisher asa
new choice. Dr. J.L. Jones
ron. singer-actress Buffy Sainte-Marie Is caught In t scene
FLORIST
THERESA
.ft principal of Drew, said that he
from "The Heritage" segment of Universal Television's "TheVirginians"
$
talked with students about
**. ** more
series in which a drama portion of the history
5841 N.' 17TH AVENUE a transferral, based on the
of the American Indian la recalled.Fashions .
crowded conditions at Drew.He .
Q ,. felt that the arrangement Is
HOMER HAWKINS, JR. ideal because white families are

PROPRIETOR MIAMI, FLORIDA not The moving curriculum from at Fisher the beach.will I At A Glance |

not change. Buses will be used
, for transportation. By MATTiE SMITH COLIN i

.J' It appears that males are setting .Grecian pendants, ranging In
PHONE 7598907AL'S Miamians PolledMIAMI the pace in Jewelry fashions. cost from $5 to $%5.
n..1 Emphasis Is on necklacesand At Carter's In New York,
=- -(MPO)-Three black other ornaments-for however, they have chains for
Frank WilliamsAnd ., UPHOLSTERY candidates polled sufficient men-to complement their the male who has everythingthey -
votes recently to gain berthsIn turtleneck shirts and Nehru are 18-karat gold, three
O;: DECORATORS the May 28 run-off election. Jackets. links wide, for the minute sum
The trio Includes Insurance executive What reportedly began as a of 11,375. And for beach wear,
His Rocketeers Earl CarrolL 36. bl ie-faspired fashion and there is a little gold chain with
AL TRESVANT, (509 N.W. 7TH AVENUE running for the District)(bade) went on to the jet set and cafe a whistle and key ring, for only
Featuring LITTLE BEAVER'Soul County commission seat Joe society, has now dared to Invade $750.
MANAGER MIAMI I, FLORIDA 33121 Kershow, the top Negro vote the prestigious group
stuff I getter in Us bid for the state "love beads" are ID.II! I S. .
1)0 Rlght Man" "I Feel My Love Coming Down" legislature; and WlUington There are metal and synthetic
HARVEYSWIGS Robe, an electronics technician Jewel necklaces, fashioned in While the males are taking
Appearing Nightly for the school board seat. antique Maltese crosses Inca over the Jewelry fashions, the
": fair ones continue to borrow
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styles from men.
CONTINENTAL CLUB In Paris, particularly men's
i-; ?*lddfe .;; CIiDCIDIS lilllt IS military fashions, both past and

iAUTOlKSURANCESERVICEIMYHUI _.. ....I. '...1_ present have Influenced the
r 6000 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. 4419 N.W 17 Ave SHELL'S CITrdMtMMr) current styles women's wear.
DAMAGIsi In Italy, some of the fashions
I N... 7* AVE. I Jill ST.PH044C .
for women are Inspired by
Miami, Fla 33141Wholesale ti nimbi ('IJ.ItIlU': sailor outfits-sailor suits and
sailor-collared: coats were pro
1 OX ,..*.* minent In CaUtzlne's showing.
PHONE OK
1011"A Pants here and abroad are extremely -
LvSN..I.v..1 FM TNI LA..._.. popular, along with thema.seu1J.Destylecl

NOW tit BURGER < URS/HAEvl; RANGE FUNERAL HOME exclude the Bonnie shirts and-Clyde not to

B717 N.*W. I7TM AVCNU rage and the gangster look of

Order Oiicct ..Wi As Shown M. ATMAUB NANOK the 'SOs, with slouched mannish
| N. PATMIC HANOI
H OWN". ... ., hats, gray flannel clacks,shirts
Cfl5TlI 1 II Pic.: :II A II 1 100 % Horn IB 'H air *). O,.......... PUN.??....MANAMnrvHM ....cno and neckties.
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5780 NW 7th AVENUE A '179.95 Value for Only 518.35 P'NONI7..IHS .

Get Smart Order Now. ..... A new featherweight fabric
has Joined the spring and sum

1t II.N W J ...ORDER LIST.. .. mer fashions J"Cazar." It
1 ) COOPER'S REUPHOLSTERYPick ranks georgette with and the organdy.wb11esheer leaders-silk,

voile, dotted swiss and
.-7 I .It A6IAKTTREATFRIED NAME psychedelic chiffon are runnersup. -
And After-dark fashionsare
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12'90 N.W. B4TN STUIIT Georgette a fabric popular backin
CITY: ZIP =TATSCOwRS
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CEO. WILLIAMS. MOM. AM.. rcoirtOA the'20s.
CHICKEN In the Stavropoulous collection
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: Blk Off Blk -&4 -Auburn-
in New York is an elegant little
All Other Colors Add410.00..j5end money order only,we pay
1.. DINNER 3 PIECES OF Cf1Cx8i JSSOtSu 97* postage..C.OJ send Hair Sample.You Fay Postage Check your color by-X Or 00 IN.NI short dress with of fluted Georgette sleeves voluminous in

that delicate peach pink tone
2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Ckickti 210 called "cameo." Other cool
Evan's Radio & TV sheer fabrics in costumes in
Your professional beautician the collections were in such
3. BUCKET of 15 Pieces of Cfcickei 375 knows the answer... Appliance' Shop colors as melon 1 ,apricot,violet,
pink, yellow and blue. These
AU.WORK OUAMANTCCO4TO sheers will not be excluded
4. BARREL of 21 Places of ckuku5.SNACK.PACK2pSRsifl 495 from daytime wear....

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JL.OUT:: Both Miss Clairol/ products lighten and color at once, combining Tooth Powder
( vibrant new color with the natural pigment of the hair.So TOOTH POWDOr
.. ... ... .. ... .. .. ... .. .l.. ... .... .even those shades that look blonde on white hair (as shown on -ww.N-
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SATURDAY MAY 25, 1961 STAR PAPERS
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Howard University Students Create Martin Luther King Award ;4KentuckTy

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Tells Designs King Medal Sociologist Citations Will Honor Many fj



Disputes Negro I Individual Contributions 11;j


High Schools To Myth WASHINGTON, D. C,-Howard University W students have JJ
.Property created the Martin Luther King Jr., Memorial Award to honor: *

Individual contributions in public service, civil rights promo-' >j
LOS ANGELES-(NPI) -.Do
,tlon of black equality and of service to the black commonltrr: V
Stop Book Bias ,: '1'j ':. {.;} ,;.., ,black people when they run down move propertyvalues into previously 'The first award was presented P. Barnett, Silver SprMarland. ,
'' posthumously to Dr. King and Raywood P.Swygert .

TALLAHASSEE-The State of Florida Is not ignoring the Import- \ __ __.:..,- '.;'- __" No all-white John M.areas McQulston? during recent Law Week acUd. Philadelphia. .. ..
ance of the Negro In history;In essence, the statement made \ says at the University of ties conducted by the Howard The'Hornbook'Awards to students _
recently by Joe Crenshaw, assistant state school superintendentfor Southern sociologist California's Population University School of Law. It with the highest averages
curriculum and Instruction, following a survey he made of \ Research He will replace the Liberty Bell Award went to Michael Moorebead, 't
Laboratory.
,innovation courses In the school system. maintains that prices decline given this year to Julius Washington, D.C. and Haywood f"
The administrator claims that Hobson, a local civil rights P. Swygert, Philadelphia Pa. :.
,
He 'Ur In and
move
shaw. said before
the Negroes
that counties offer courses are leader and economist. The hon.
he found many The Corpus Juris Secundum :4
to not because of black people'sentry
designed In 1g4w
courses on Negro historyand develop Negro or was given Hobson during a Awards for the most slgnifl- f;
.
culture. However, It Is lobe children a pride in their cul Into a neighborhood.In luncheon at the University cant contribution toward over- .r.;
ture and his research study,"Changing
assumed that these are not official heritage! Values In Mrs. Dovey J. Roundtree, a all legal scholarship went to :3
However Relative
courses."A on the other hand ,... ; Housing local attorney and graduate of Bernadette Gartrell, WashingS
_
great deal Is going on in' other officials were of the opinion wo. 0'.. Negro and Caucasian Los Neighbor-" Mc the Law School, was given the ton, D.C.; George Arthur Caldwell '.:,
hoods In Angeles
that more could be done -- '
this area. Many don't realize takes Issue with the outstanding alumnus award. Washington D. C.; a n d =:,
that Qutston
what is happening" said Cren- more stress should be "Invade"a An award recognizing the outstanding Mildred WlgfalL Cocoa Fla.. '::
placed the notion that Negroes
on importance of the \ professor was presented -. The American Jurisprudence '
NAACP Cites Negro In the general picture of hood.racially-changing neighbor to Associate Professor Prize Awards to SI students >;I

history. 'Timothy Jenkins.Other with outstanding scholarship :::
Only last week Dr. Lewis Kll- Rather, the area "is bequea- the
activities during and service : :
Hypocrisy 01 FailureOn han, sociologist of the Florida thed to him by the Caucasian, were presented .: :
week included speeches by the during the week. :
: :
State University, told a seminar who has moved on to newer and Honorable William H. Hastle

SchoolingALBANY that "we'' need to over- more desirable housing," the chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals First Negro ;
emphasise the accomplishments Sociologist says.
Third ; and Miss ;,
N.Y<-A six-month of the Negro in Am- civil tights attorney
.* Marian Wright, Cabinet
delay In merging the predominantly erica, because ire have under- formerly working In Member i.=;
Negro school district of emphasized them to the point Negro Writers Will Mississippi ....

Wyandanch, L. L, with surrounding of ignoring them too long.Administrators At the annual Barrister's Ball! Gets New Job .
predominantly white felt that emphasis'
the new officers of the Student '
districts Is "tantamount failure might to another extreme Be "Julia ScribesProducer
go / Bar Association were announced. NEW YORK-Robert Weaver;. ;:;
to act NAACP General Chancellor Robert Masts of
They are: RohulamlnQuan- fir, the nation's first Negro Hal Kanter has signed -
Counsel Robert L. Carter told'Stat. the state
university
system der, Washington, D.C., president Cabinet member u honsmgand r.;
writers Robert L.
Negro
Education CommissionerJames said, "I do know It Is a con- John Philadelphia to
; L.Slmpklns, urban development secretary
E. Allen at a hearing cern of the Negro race The t Goodwin, Gene Boland and vice Irene namedpresident
president; Wednesday night was
Harry Dolan to write scripts g
here recently.The theory Is that until they can
Brickus, Coatesville Pennsylvania of the Bernard vBaraci -
for 20th Televislon's -
Century-Fox
hearing was held In response have pride In themselves as a
and of University
Splros
secretary; College City -
to a petition filed last race they really cant regard new half-hour" comedy Anthony, Arlington, Virginia, by the board of higher education.
series "Julia Dla-
starring
November by the NAACP to themselves as equals. I do believe
ham Carroll In the title role. treasurer. ,
the school districts In It should have Its
merge proper local
William S.
Thompson, a Weaver, appointed January
Boland will team with Ben
order to provide equal, on- place In a curriculum. There
attorney and member of the 1966 by President Johnson to
.
Gershman and Dolan will team
education for should be history on tbe sub
the
segregated Council
Negro children of Wyandanch. )ject." Dr. Masts volunteeredthat George A. Beach, President of the newly formed American Negro Commemorative Society, with Harry Winkler in the assignments District of Columbia for the, the newly created Cabinet In post,
Also appearing at the bearing various Institutions are looks on approvingly as Cloy Roberts of the Franklin Mint sculpts the medal for the Society's for the new series highest grades in announced earlier Washington -
iiiprizes courses after this
would
was Gordon Wheaton, Wyan taking an Interest In the mat first commemorative medal which will honor the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Roberts which airs every Tuesday evenIng International law and federal be elections resign ,'
danch school superintendent, ter. "It Is hard for me u sculptured the Kennedy portrait on the U.S. Half dollar. The medal will be struck In sterling on NBC-TV, beginning In Jurisdiction practice. They November's ,win RUpresidential tab
who asked for t delay of six* chancellor to command a silver exclusively for the members of the American Negro Commemorative Society Only one September. Goodwin is a veteran went respectively to Norman appointment
months to make a"thorough and course," be said. specimen will be offered for public sale. That will be struck in solid platinum. The full television writer who has effect in January 1969.

responsible study" of the consequences Charles Perry, respresentlng proceeds from the sale of this unique specimen will be donated to the Southern Christian Leadership contributed scripts to "Bonan
of the proposed merger Governor Kirk's office, said, Conference. The medal commemorating Dr. King will be the first In the series of sterling u," "Daktarl," "Dundee and -:
Mr. Carter contended that "we certainly need to do more silver medals which will be Issued by the new Society to commemorate great American Negroes. the "Culhane" and others. SEAFOOD CENTER
,flu continued segregation Is In In our school system to make According to the Socelty's president, George Beach, membership In the Society Is open "Julia," created by Kanter,
violation of the Supreme Court up for the time span where we've on an equal basis to everyone and the Society's charter membership rolls will be open until also stars Uoyd Nolan and features 144 N, MYRTLE AVE PH EL 4 I4fi|

ruling In Brown V. Board of neglected the Negro and his his- July 20. The Society Is beadquartered In the Lewis Tower Building in Philadelphia. Marc Copage. /lie nisve. ,-

Education.The and culture." IIWM tltroii Wkmi h .
tory However ) e .4..N I..An1/
Wyandanch school district Perry, reminded his listenersthat -k.--, OANGI.... .$..IMAM.._..* IMA..NI. h! I17 :. .._..1. ..m...
Union Trustees YOU DON'T RAVE TO 60 TO TOWN TO GET > a. tot fOtWAIt 'A|| H *
Virginia .
has 80 per cent Negro attendance be would not advocate bypassing N ...l_. CMr ... f/N/e It e mtemtt .i.* a tek .......

and Mr. Wheaton, as bead, other Important areas ,-, -_........ ..... /"e.
of the supervisory district Including In the reorlentatlon. Nome Unit For ChancellorAt BOAT WHITING L' 35c
Wyandanch, has the Dr. Kllllaa spoke before the LOW PRICESDRUG
power to dissolve the school annual Florida Guidance Conference the recent meeting of the Board of Trustees of Virginia fflU,IL TREAT
,district, merging it with those at FAMU. He demanded Union University, the new t I/I million dollar academic .Mto4 *... ttfai ...MkYELLOW
adjacent a basic approach on the facts facility was named In honor of the University's chancellor, TAIL. SNAPPER
Dr. Allen said be would act of Negro history. "Negro and Dr. John Malcus Ellison. STORE NEEDSTrade CMctM SPECKLED Nw !TROUT Ib e 69*C

on the petition "u soon U white children," be said, Dr. Ellison came to the university president of the university after ,- .... ""'.*"" "...
possible" but did not Indicate "should be made aware of the in 1909 as a student a few years, and In, 1941 be I CATfiSH
when that would be. Negro heroes In American his from Northumberland County was elected the first Negro with 'Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE
tory, and I don't Just mean Va. president of the university. He WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL POMPANO nIIte J | STUKflSH ... He
Says WallaceHas Booker T. Washington and The Doctor of Philosophy: degree held this post with distinction PAPERS We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions.

George Washington Carver. 1 was conferred upon him until 19S3 when the Board of. ROE MULLET ... 3Sc'l| SMALL MftJT ... 29c
No NegroesOn mean Nat Turner, Dr. Charles by Drew University. After Trustees elected him Chancellor .
Drew, Harriet Tubman, Frederick serving on the faculties at of the university. Since SINUSNS
BandwagonMOBILE Douglas and modern-day Virginia State College and 1955 be has served as a lecturer Dixie Pharmac UNDER .. 19c I SBAD ROE ... 75c
..... .........
Ala.-Presidential heroes like James Meredith. Howard University, and serving In the Dlvisloa of the Social
candidate George Wallace has From Frankfurt,Ky.the home churches In Madison, N. J. Sciences and ,in the School of CRAB MEAT
of the University Kentucky and Washington, D. C., be returned Religion of the university. 1302 I1M
"no Negro support In Alabama KillS ROAD AT MYRTLE 1141 CcM* C.
according to John L.LeFlore.a' and of the offices of the Ken to his alma mater u He is the author of several In* .k*. ... .. ... ... 'I"

retired mailman and one of tbe tucky State Board of Education Professor of Sociology In 1936.He books and many brochures and MTIH ''HCT t IINSHRIMP Ib. $1.50
state's most respected black the board voted last week to n was named Executive Vice scholarly articles. Virginia Pkiit 353-5587 URCI :
quire public high schools State College and Morehouse MIOIUMOYSTERS' I lb. $1U
leader -What lilt In Wallace's L4.ed *.. ..
soul which makes him throughout the state to include College have Joined his alma PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND *

want to boast that be has Negro Negro and other minority group Mississippi Evers mater In conferring honorary sties IN SHELLS Ne .
support? And what sort history courses In the curriculum degrees upon him. N. ,
TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE M.25. 5.50.. '. .50"
:of American Is tt who can or face possible loss of This academic facility was
believe that Wallace has Negro accreditation. Wants End of made possible through a federal
support?" LeFore asks. This Is.the first type of resolution loan and grant aided by the uni
adopted by any state versity's private funds secured,

Bethune.CookmanGrads board. Accreditation w ill be Draft Board Bias through the Centennial Development -
denied by 1970. if there Is no Campaign. The building

compliance. Accreditation Is JACKSON, Miss.-.A suit to houses space for offices for music to sound in I:
Will based on the curriculum offeredby require Governor John Bell 45 faculty members, laboratories WGettinq right a .... '

a school Including subjects, Williams to nominate Negroes'to for all the sciences, a studio is matter of t.1. :.1
Hear BroadcasterThe total number of courses taught, local and appeals boards of reading room several conference a getting a :,; '

and other factors. the Selective Service SystemIn rooms, space for perfect balance of elements." ;
Commencement Speaker The board will direct the department Mississippi has been filed an observatory, three modern '1 : .
lot the Mth annual B e t hi n e of education to establish In the United States District language laboratories, and '.

graduation through scheduled guldlines which would be Court here on behalf Charles many other modern teaching W The I .
May HXh tt, 1961 will filed with the legislative research Evers, NAACP state field director -, facilities Including an same! thing expect, applies ,
be Malvln R. Goode, Radio and commission. The order ; the Reverend Charles: abundance of class rooms. .
Television announcer for the' becomes law In thirty .days. Joseph, ROO&8ve1tBucter.Wallace to, getting a great gin..a perfect *** :.
American Broadcasting Company J. Fuqua and "all other Ossie Davis Urges
balance of
Inc.Goode St. Louisian Is persons similarly situated." elements..drynessflavor, ;3

was already a veteran The class action seeks to en- Actors To Shun the works.That's what I find inGordon's 3
and respected newspaperman Named To NAACP Join the systematic refusal of
and experienced news broad the Governor to nominate Negroes -
Roles "
Nat Turner Gin. 3.
caster when he joined ABC National OfficeNEW for appointment to draft
News in August, 1962, as one of ,boards. Consequently no Negroes LOS ANCiELES-NPl). Negro '"
Its United Nations correspondents YORK Executive DIrector serve on any of the boards actor-playwright Oasis Davis Roy Eaton Composer, Pianist; Music Director of Benton & Bowlei Ine, ont ol the nttlon't largest oVtrt/sMf igtn- u
ties, winner ol Kosciullko foundation lint Chopin Award, International itcllalnti recording triiit for Mace Ktcordt. -;
Roy Wilkins has although Mississippi Negro has called upon Negro actorsto C I'a
He has been with the Pittsburgh announced the appointment of youth are regularly drafted for shun taking any acting rolesin :
Courier 14 years when he Mrs. Ins Boon as life member service in the Armed Forces.Appohdments the proposed filming of the
transferred to the electronic ship field director for the to the draft book, "1be Confessions of Nat :.:
medium, Joining John Mae Vane, NAACP. In the newlycreatedpost ,board are made by the Presi Turner," which tells of a ::1
ABC News' chief U.N. correspondent Mrs. Boon is responsible dent. However, under law be can black militant- rebel aplnst-
In covering the world for Intensive life membershipwork only appoint from a list of nominees racial injustices ,in America :1
ogranlzatlon. His first test was throughout the Midwest submitted to him by the in the past. Davis termed the t "'.\
the Cuban missile crisis Just states from Indiana to Colo- Governor of tbe state. book as a libel of Turnerwhom Q ..4
two months later. He distinguished the suit Mr. R I IjL
rado. Commenting on he characterizes as "one of :
himself with incisive Prior to her appointment,Mrs. Evers said: "Negroes are tired .our (Negroes', )heroes."
TV and radio reports during the Boon was administrative of having their sons and husbands -
long hours of U.N.! debate. secretary for the St Louis sent off to Vietnam by .'".

Branch beginning In 1962. She all-white boards..What white, Negro Lawyer Will ..
Rev. Abernalhy had also been an active NAACP mother in this state would sit, :
volunteer worker. still while an all-black draft Seek Governorshipof .".:
Prefers Correct ,Mrs. Boon attended Washing board told her son to go to Vietnam -
ton University Business School and denied him a defer- Missouri t
sad the University of ment to support her and his six
Use of His Name Wisconsin. She is a member of brothers and sisters. ST.IAUISPPlRobert
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority "We win fight for our country Curtis, black lawyer and.civil
WASHDJGTON-CNPfl- the YMCA and ProfessionalWomen's ," he continued, "but we rights worker, is opposing Gov,
Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, Clubs.Formerly will insist on an equal say in Warren E. Hearnes for the Democratic -
..
new SCLC president and leader she worked for the bowitisrunandwholstogoand nomination for Missouri \
of the Poor People's March Army Transportation Command why. Negroes are qualified governor. Dr. Philip H. '

baa a middle namethathewantsspellnQ and the Bureau of Labor Statis, to take part in government and Dennis, Negro psychiatrist and
out rather than abbreviated. tics. Mrs. Boon Is the mother ire going to do so,with or without anti-poverty worker, seeking
At a pf ess conference, of two IODI.IlflS tbe cooperation of Governor the Democratic nomination for
he asked reporters to begin Williams." lieutenant governor Dennis is

using his run name of David In Representing the plaintiffs In running on a ticket with Curtis .
YOU lEIS Gonfcm'i 0/n ctttttd London In,/ nrf In 1769.Ift 3I
referring to him. David be explained the suit are Attorneys William who accuses the governor of the biggest seller In fngltnl.4/mrfc,end the woad.naeecl .

was the original name TO THE FLORIDA STAR E. Miller, ,Lawrence As-' not sponsoring an open-hous If .. I
given to him, and Ralph was chenbrenner and Martha M. ing law or appointing Negroesto
his 2323' MOKCEIEF RD. .a.a..l1UI.nISIISIWIIIDMCIAII.1.U.CUII.umU'f'
prefixed to It during youth. Wood.. high office. 'f' .


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I Spunky Williamson of A&T Is Tops Among Nation's Base StealersMidget


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Mels' Hampton Pirates' Football FAMU Tennis Team Wins Again Stole Nine Bases From WSS

Piogiam Goes Coach Announces Fall Work
And Upped A&T's Record 9.4
Into ActionAs The Hampton Pirates' head football coach, Melvin Labat,

announced his 1968 season schedule In a recent press meet GREENSBORO, N; C. Spunky Clarence Williamson of

a result of heavy popular ing. ponents," commented Lab 1. A T's baseball team has to be one of the topnotch base
demand, the Jacksonville Mets The mentor, whose '67 sea "On the whole we looked very stealers among the nation's college teams.
Baseball Club announces the ended 4 wins 5
son in a
Inauguration of a Midget Met good, but we Just made mistakes Williamson, a Junior from were scheduled to complete the
losses overall and 3 wins 4
available from Tues at critical times. In the Lawndale, N. C., enjoyed his season against St. Augustine'sin
Program, losses conference
spoke
con
'68 we'll have to afternoon recentlywhen
season Just greatest Greensboro May 10.
May 28 through Saturday,
day, fidently of his asprlaUons in
work harder to Iron out the he stole nine bases aplnstWlnstonSalem Other leaders in the
In
31 for all regular '
August 68. "We had our problems last That effort -
rough spots"The State. conference Include Virginia
CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 season, but so did our
op- Pirates' spring workouts upped Williamson's stolen State 'l-2i; Shaw, 5-2 and Delaware
seem to Impress Labat as he bases for the Aggies to 23 State,6-4. The teams must

feels they look strong evenwiththe In 17 games.A play at least 12 games in order
Ticktock..tick-tock. loss of seven outstanding t T blasted the Rams,2$-1, to be eligible for the league
.. seniors from the '67 squad. to remain out front In the tight championship.
Among those lost were Edward CIAA race. Williamson amassed -

ale Bourbon thatdidn't Tomlin and Anthony Andrews, his total by stealing tome letA
both key men in the Pirates' e 1, three times, stealing second Gokfd
offensive attack."It looks rough tfr base four times and stealing
watch the clock! when you lose men in the calibre third base twice.

stated, "but we/11 Just have to had that speed," said x or1..d.

build better men to replace Mel Groomes, the Aggies' BEDTIME FOR BASS
coach. "I allow him free
them. Just
Spawnln' time Is flshin time.
OLD A road opener against Shaw reigns ,when be Is on base." And It', right around the
: University on September 28 will The soft-spoken Williamson, corner, already underway in
n be the Bucs' first test. "Wedon't an outfielder, takes it all In the south, about to begin up
know what Shaw will belike stride. "Coach Groomes lets north.
CHARTERKentucky's
but we'll have to be readyas Tk. 4J tte rd on my own," said Williamson this For event man signals baas the fishermen start ot

they can be a dangerousteam k. "and I Just try to the wildest action they can expect
Finest Bourbon ," the coach went on. get a good Jump on the pitcher.: to find during the aeaaon.
The high point of the Bucs' I can do this by watching his The spawning of America'
schedule will come November shoulders." favorite game ash holds more
I 2 when they will meet Howard Williamson is 5-10 1/2 and than passing Interest, comment
the angling experts at Mercuryoutboarda.
t University In Hampton's Home- weighs 170. "He has the kind .

9 coming game. The full schedule follows: to do what he does," added temperatures approach 60 degrees
September 28-Shaw Univer- Groomes. Williamson said he fish more Into shallow
/ 7 sity (Away); October 5-Del TALLAHASSEE, Fla<-(FAMU>-The Florida AIM University Tennis Team rolled up 15 has never been on a track water. Papa Bass work hardto
points to cop the 1968 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title recently for the sec fan out a nest In the bottom
aware State (Away). October 12 team nor has he been timed
''C81'S cod straight year. Led by senior Leroy Long Morehouse Home
( ) October In the 100-yard dash. He Indicated
; her eggs In this specially
J double finals against Morehouse College In the doubles Long and teammate Branch Curring
that he would rather take created haven,
old 19-florfoDc State (Home), the number may
ton defeated Morehouse 6-1 and 63. It was the second straight year that the Rattlers had from
his rang 4,000 to 10,000
speed out on opposing
State
October 26
Virginia won the doubles In the conference meet. In the single finals, Long repeated his 1967 per This done, Mama flips her
.. (Home); November 2-Howard formance with and 8-6 and 6-1 sweep over Richard Hurdlln ; University (Homecoming);November awarded trophies during the recent spring sports banquet at FAMU. Standing (1-r)1) Car By downing Wlnston-Salem, the old man to protect the nest
A t T
its conference
9 Morgan State(Away) upped against all Intruders for
; a
rington Collie Miami Renauld Anderson St. Petersburg Leroy Long Tampa Branch Cur ring-
; ; ;
T k record to 9-4, best In the con period of Incubation that
November
u s e g e e Gee may
too Atlanta heated) Coach Robert Mungen.
..' .f (Away) November 2SVIrpnta'Union ference thus far. The Lutes CONTINUED ON PAGE 13-

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Former A&T AI Allies Is Rattlers' Golfers Win

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QUITS TO TEACH

," SF Warriors Assistant Coach
DURHAM, N. C. (NPI) -
: James A. Stevens of North
GREENSBORO, N. C. The appointment of former A & T
has
Carolina College quit u
""- basketball star Al Attics last week U assistant coach head football coach In order to
4tyaltr San Francisco Warriors hardly surprised his college coach.
devote full time to teaching :
I physical education at the school. "Attles has always had this be always had great courage"

Stevens, who was succeeded u kind W the Eagles grid coach by George coach Cal irvin, who recruited his eighth season U a pro,
PI L. Quiett, 1s a veteran of coach. Attics for A" T from the will assist jew bead coach
log at Bishop, Prairie Vie wand Newark. N. J. playgrounds George Let. He said be still ri

tnuieNT MUMON wmicr i M moor CIM,OlD ctuJtri"/ our,co,minter North Carolina A T College "He always knew a great deal plans to play as long u be can
before coming to NCC. about the game," added irvin, Lee said Mares will run theWarriors r
.
"but what's more important.
.
i especially late in

FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered Now! the scouting.season when Lee will be '

At A i T, Lutes was the i +. l 1Is It y

sparkplug and captain I two fine Aggie teams that won

both the ClAA's regular season

crown and the tournament
( championship in 19SI and 1959.
"The greatest game Attles
I played for A" T was one in

I' defeat," said Irvln. "I shall

iI-P ..--..:. always remember It. He
'Y' scored 25 paints: grabbed 17

,II rebounds and had 15 assists,
but we lost the game. It was
such a tremendous perform.
ance, that I told him after' the

game, anything in life would bepossible
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..,..,,: t HAIR POMADE Florida AIM University Golf team was honored recently at the annual Spring Sports Banquetat

p Keeps Hair FAMU. The Rattlers captured the Southern Intercollegiate: Athletic Conference Champion
Neat andWeMGroomed ship with a team total of 680. Oar) Michael Taylor, Bowling Green, Ky.; Joe Oglesby, Tampa;
4 Benjamin Jest, Ft. Lauderdale; Albert Smith, Tampa; and Robert Frailer, Winter Haven.
!1\ AN Day (Cheated) Coach Hansel Tookes.

N,w. l-j rdN MUaaAVS Hair
kiaIr.Dmuu,. r-txBxte._..as voadm.. on Hamptonites End Good
Mt k> Appllc4 SIDELINEDOAKLAND Year
I to DM --.. hut kxpi ..... ANI,1d'
look all *w. SaurfaclKWn0urs
You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR ,d.0.MUUA''S U.f.n.Ie. ..( 7 <" Tommy Davis, call, !recently. (NPI)acquired And Celebrate At BanquetThe

:::.:
C-M star ot the Chicago White
""'" athletic scene around the Hampton Institute has
r t :=. Sox, suffered a pulled campus
come to a seasonal end The baseball track and tennis teams
Limit slit see MuRRAY'a hamstring muscle in his right ended then
seasons this past week bringlngtoa close the
C '" leg and was sidelined for about last of<<
_
SMALL IIZIIS, : y
varsity athletic events for the
The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News ssraioi rut-crs ciMtraH two weeks. Davis is one
w c-.. .....AMt most dependable hitters. Impressive record of 91. record with a toss of 47111/2".
*. The only loss came at the bands Things look good for next year
YOU Want To Reid AbouL.Bat with some twelve veterans

WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE squad that captured the C.LA.A.' turning.
Tournament Championship.The The baseball team ended Its

.' '.. NO WAITING- :1fT APPROVED:; ON SPOT! Pirate netters, under the direction season with a 7-14 overall mark
You don t have to borrow your neighbor's paper ,, CONDITION. NEW! R CONOITN.NCD MQTO of coach Herman N. Nell- and 5.1010 the conference.The
: sluggers led
by mentor
to read about the activities in your churches f'.1! D1H AIR CONDITION son, had hopes '. .' clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 67 RAMBLER AMERICAN $1693 crown for the third consecutive C. Martin, played a very tight

homes in Jacksonville alone are having their fa- "rt '671'ODNTiAC**CATALINA H AND POWER jTEERINp.!. :. $2895 year. Only three points separa. State schedule Southern including New York
ted the Bucs from this Connecticut and
;t : vorite Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat : v AIR CONDITION, LIKNC N, fACtOHY WAR they came in second: goal in the as Quinnlplac College The team,

,,1; t urday. Why not you? 66 BUICK 225 ELEC."UIPMeNTl! 0"'tV' $2595 tournament by a 40-37 margin. leaders were Devereaux Lunn
66 OTrfia" $2795 Art Carrlngton No. 1 Detter for who led In conference In hits
: LOA". the Blue and White retained the with 32, Freddie Hebron, who
Start Hone Delivery Of The STAR This 64 tOTgr&'Cft'0"1'10[ $1095
Coning Week ; championship In the No. 1 was second: in the conference

in triples with 2 and Eddie Nelson
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA $2595 singles division and Joined Ed
NARoTOP v. .UTO..IC. AIR' CONDITMNEo' 'r RAO10, a NCAT Eteazer in taking the No. 1 who stole 19 bases, second
WAIt II" v
Just Fill in The Blank Below And 65 PLv1' oU1HF lh'mo.ltv 1595 'doubles competition. in the Conference
.
Say ,
AUTOMATIC POWER! STEERING' FACTORY The To conclude all the
4 X.* c'ftfttioVA I Pirate thlnclads bad a year's athletic -
: b H:, 65 PONT C STARCHIEF $1895 fairly successful year, winning successes, the Faculty
-
: : Florida Star '. ; 1 4-DOO* H.TOP LOADED' WITH EQUIPMENT AH CONOITI522G5 the Hampton Relays at the Committee on Athletics held its
67 MUSTANG V 8
'v, onset of the and then annual banquet to honor the
:: P. 0, Box 599 t" '. JIH CONDITIONED. AUTOMATIC T ANS.. POWER $TEE*1"0. season
:. .Jacksonville, Florida 32201' '. 1'1'' (, 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III V-8 $2695 making good showings In the Pirate athletes on May 14.
t AUTOMATIC. KIM. POWER $TEi.. Ala COHO. FACT w..lt. Peon and QuantIco Relays. Lenny MooreIs
Compiling total of five
a << pointsin
;. Deliver The Florida Star every. week to: 64 RIVIERA $1795 the C.I.A.A. Championships,
I BEIT! aUV
t 67 ABLER 770 ., ,. .. $1995 the charges of coach James AnalystFor
Vt. .. PACTORV WARRANTY Griffin were somewhat hampered *
P'ihX'S 9S0WfltR
62 GRAND WAG $125 by injuries. Mel Reuben, Columbia
__ OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
I' NAME --- top sprinter, suffered a slight
i WET DEALS f PUS!
CREDIT 'PROVED :tPOTI pull in the 220 yard dash of the WASHINGTON D. C.-
'-"C-: --Ht'* '". ADDRESS championships after placing a Longtime star halfback Lenny
,.. -APT----- R. S. EVANS close second in the 100.The 400 Moor of the Baltimore Colts
,
R .
yard and mile relay teams were recently retired as an active
CITY
I PHONE perhaps the top performer player In order to become an

$. .. ': Ronnie Belton, Hinton Lucas, analyst and commentator of
.: .' 3rd & M'AINJor4 Robert Harvey and Mel Reuben National Football League tames
\ ; ,, I will pay the' carri er 20 cents per week for my paperS composed these teams. Bert. for the Columbia Broadcasting

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I Hampton's 1968 BUGS Baseball Squad Great Promise Over Nation I



Tiikltning Defenses Seems Hampton's 1968 Baseballers FAMU Walks Away With SICA


Most Important Season Aim, Ay r '-. 'e '0. iMercollege Confab Title I


HAMPTON TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-(FAMU-Florlda AAM strolled to wins
Va. Hampton Institute
one of the leading In eight of 17 events and walked away with the Southern Inter
predominantly Negro Institutions of the United States, has
collegiate Athletic Conference track meet title recently
published a brochure of
pertinent Information
concerning the
sports agenda. Hampton has for many years sponsored an The Rattlers famed 440 relaysquad the 440 intermediate hurdles to
outstanding program of sports. Eugene Milton,Nathaniel walk away with top individual

The 1968 edition of the Bucs baseball squad Is Indeed a w.b James, Major Hazelton, and honors in the meet. His timed
promising one. Having some ten returning veterans and a host James Ashcroft set a new SIAC 54.9 In the 440 was a meet
record with a time of 41.2. In
of<< talented first record.In .
year men to choose his "top nine" from
Coach Bobby C. Martin will field an aggressive and determined the 100 yard dash, FAMU fin the mile relay, the team of

team this season. Among things to look for will be a tightened r ished the 1-2-3, with Milton clocking Corbett, Gilmore, Schoolfleld,
defense and most Important of all an Increase In the team batting winning time In 99. and Charlton was first with a
Hazelton
was second andJames
average over last year. With the addition of freshman Harvey third. time of 3:20.3.:

Townes to the battery as catcher,the Pirates have a formidable Ken Schoolfleld of FAMU Brian Skinner was the other
threat against an possible base thefts.In cap. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14thenr
hired the 120 hurdles
high and
the area last year with seven home runs win be returning to spark the
bats
outfield, Lunn should Join veteran Freddie Hebron to bolsterthe ? '
defense on the outer perimeter. The pitching looks rood Unwinds

Joe Johnson, Pete Pendergrass and Maurice Savoy, all vets, .-it........- .... "......-.......-...1J;.1', ..' '- JIL.oI -l"r.i -' ...,..
.4l7
bead the list In this :% 1; !it. < ..
category.
Returning Clayton Martin should ..a j1 r4 _. .::- .._r."Y.
help lessen the load. Senior, Eddie Nelson should provide Hampton's 1968 Baseball team bids fair to reach unusual This year's edition boasts of 10 returning veterans and a
adequate strength at shortstop to secure the infield. Sufficient heights. The team Is coached by Bobby Martin. Members of host of<< talented first-year men.AST's tlf
depth exists at all positions, and Coach Martin should have no the 1968 team come from extreme areas of the country.. p 7 :
qualms about looking to his bench for help. In all, the Pirate Let's Go Fishin
sluggers seem ready to take on any and aU opponents this
Baseball Honored
season FAMU Tern CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12

last from two days to more .
Itfhine-Cookman Chooses ri 't'e than a week. n.
And protect the nest he doe*.
Any creature or object: that T
Sports Heads For New Year r trespasses U violently attacked.
Hence the effectiveness of almost .

Members of the BetbuM-Cookman College Wildcats football the any vicinity.fishing lure ploppedin

and basketball teams elected squad captains for the 1968-69 When the eggs hatch Papa
seasons In a special athletic meeting this week bi Bass obviously famished after
..
waiter Frailer and William 7 several days of playing watch.dog
coming) Daytona Beach; November reverts to his usual bad
Player were named captain and 16, Hollywood College r disposition and gluttons habits.
co-captain ders and Melvin Jackson and Florida A and M-Day ton t emphasizes the pugnacious and
Johnnie Allen will bead the Beach, Fla.Polleison. .air brutellke attributes that have
Wildcat cagers, according to made baas the moat eagerly
Jack McClalren, A t 111 I tic May UJB.nomht after game Bah In the
Director and Head Coach.

Walter Frailer, a 230-pound ; 4rs ,Any
center from Wanchula,Florida, Fight Ellis, Watch
made the Conference first want youwtf

team this past season. He is a Says ManagerMIAMI This Clown ate* th America'TV most.,
three-year football veteran v

Melvin Jackson a Pittsburgh, BEACH Angelo 31-59-11 (arwhlftkey.agram's .

Pennsylvania native was reelected Dundee bas cadlrmedthatWBA r S eo 7 Crow$-
captain of the Wildcat Heavyweight Champion Jimmy I 15-l3-11 .
cagers. The "'3" guard Is said Ellis may make his first title tarsi .
ly McClalren "to be he best. defense July 27 In Stockholm, ,....aWouuwlwuswratalSaattete -,, .
defensive player on the quad" Sweden 1 6 J StesStT Ntroa.wxltNaluuuwltg

Johnnie Allen,a Boynton Beach "We have done some talking The Florida AAM University baseball team was honored recently at the annual Spring Sports
native, has emerged ,as a with Ed Ahlqulst" Banquet at FAMU. The Rattlers won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship 5 I

"superstar" during his three "As I said before, Jimmy U for toe seventh time In eight years. They finished the season with an over all record 66 BUICK LE SABRE . $1995
years with the Betnune-Cook- be a fighting man College Fin He was mplgon.M are: Handing, 1-r) Jerry Frlersoo of Tampa No-Hit Award; Alexander Davis of Tallahassee, tmn.tl. anise

named to three American Bob Arum, rltaryolSports Hustler Award; Charles Bargeman of Miami Outstanding Senior Award; Alonco Gilbert Teams, Three Tournament Action, Inc., which handled the Miami Leadership Award; Kenneth Hi hart of Washington D.C., Best Condition Award. c C MOTOa.
Teams and the SIAC All-Con World Boxing Association elimination (Cheated, 1-r) Charles Wolfe
ference Squad. He scored 994 tournament, said Ellis Tallahassee, Most Valuable Player Award; Larry Bell of_Daytona Beach, Mr. Reliable Sometimes He's UpSometimes tiT A t Mat S LEiR"NEWPORT AIM ale CONDITION.: $2995
.. nY
point this past season for anew problably would meet former toNiivioliio..iitiK
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'
He's Down He Adds
school record, break Ing his own champion Floyd Patterson. He works It all ,Subtracts, 87 YlV"CIACX'A Li 1A. : I28 S
school record: of 684 points. "We also discussed: Eduardo AwudFAMU's Campbell around. I AJV ".T0fl Ala CONDITION lle: ...-. 'ACTO' .u.

The football schedule for the, CorUttl of England and BOOM First Ne. -Hitter 812 49 77 66 B3aQI QI K22SELECi....$2S9S66111hla.UbP
1961-69 teason U ae follows: Klrkmao/ of Seattle," Dundee Adams Drafted w98 T.WOKI NIW.
September 28 Morris Brown aid. "We're to all COMING ATTRACTIONS .K783JLUKU
open r tlOAM. V"NVt" fpOf, AND ITIMO. lOAftfO. -.
-Daytona Beach; October 9, comers." By NBA Teams 91 65 FORD SOOGALAXlE .ll Svi
Albany State--'Albany, Georgia; As for the possibility of Ellis 312 27MAN'S a uTOM tK' uIMeat attics..

October 12, Kentucky: State. ever meeting undefeated very GREENSBORO, N. C.-Teddy 67 CHEVROLETpIMPALAII ." 1 mils NIATCyEV. .
Frankfort Kentucky October champion Muhammad AIL whom Campbell and Sylvester"Soppy" : ,, : r"vrJ.tC: : : : ; li ANTTApuO
; DAYSNUMBERED .... .
Adams of 65 IMPALA .. .. .. .11695
I', Allen Univeni oIumbaa. Dundee once managed, be said mainstays "&" AUTOMATIC Pease ITIIIIM fACTMV
S.C.; October 26, AlabamaA "I sure hope DOt. It would wear s: A It T State University basket- pStfrtoTARCHIEF; (
11795
.
M Daytona Beach; November me out running between tall teams the past four years, 65,
*p 00e N.TOK/ LODf 0 WITH leWI'MINV. Ale
2, .s.C. State (Home corners." were drafted two weeks ago by 67 MUSTANtJW .OTmIlS:
( 4 National Basketball "Man's Days are Numbered. Alt COMOmOtUB! AUTOMATIC VMNL POWSS. .".....*.
1 __ ____. __ I teams. .Health and Fortune Can Be PLYMOUTH
67 FURY III V4 12695fUTC
Yours When You Know Your-
Campbell, a 6-6 140'poUDd MATIC. aiM. fOWIM Still* AIR COMB PACT. .....

7 was man from Philadelphia, Lucky Days. 65 RIVIERA 12295
picked by the Philadelphia76ers. INT fur
I. H* bad also been dratted Lucky Colors, etc. '81 It11LER i 10 :..............$1995

iJ .. .' --" by New Orleans In the American Send $2.00 for your IU G1't 1JDP'iftX'i3 'r\i fJ'nyst \ \WAG$125

hey DICK WOLFF _Basketball Association.Adams, Horoscope Guide for OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
.. # 6-8 guard from Brooklyn .1 u 1IIt'W' t:8:1o>n:&illrw/
STRING THAW STIRS SMALLMOUTH BASS ;J...; N. Y., was drafted by the New kiAYFill
Traces of the season's last snowfall aWl clung to the streets of York Knickerbockers.
New York but the air held a promise of warmer days head. It t; _... "W* are very happy that these In the blank below and R S. EVANS
was late Uarch. and I was packing for my first outing of theyear i' : ;:- two boys were drafted," said .mail to ZODIAC, Poet Office
a ions weekend at Dale Hollow Reservoir nestled alone
the Kentucky-Tennessee border, where the smallmouth base were Cal Irvin the coach at A & T. I Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fig

stirring. "Again, It speaks well for our 3rd & MAINEL
I've always considered brontebacks the top trophy of the bass A. conference (ClAA)." NAME
family. They're extremely active when booked, and while not as Campbell was one of ClAA'g STREET
large as many freshwater fish, their capture requires more skill :......- : outstanding rebounders the past DATE OF BIRTH 4-8381 OPEN TIL 9:30: P.M. EL 44382
and patience than most species of comparable sis*.
Uy fishing partner was Jack Tamer an art dealer by profession, Jerry Frierson, southpaw from Tampa recently pitched the three seasons. He led the Aggies
a bass angler by choice. Jack ls the first to admit that a creel first no-hit game In the history full of bats brings him as much satisfaction as uncovering a University. A Junior business administration major, Frierson championship! In 1967 and was
masterpiece at an art suction. It was Jack'. Idea to journey to struck out ten and walked four In a '-I victory over Allen named the "Most Valuable
the large TV A impoundment WheN five and ala.pound small- University. It was his second victory of the season against one Player" Campbell's 28 rebounds -
mouths are landed regularly each season.
The Bight from Kennedy airport took us into weather that loss. against Akron last)
northern states wouldn't enjoy for another month. Temperatures February set a new school
climbed Into the Ole at midday, warming the chilled waters and FAMU's Profoolballeks record.At: .
revitalizing fish that spent a semi-dormant winter.It 6-3,..Adams was an outstanding
was Jack's theory that spring appetites add fight to an already guard for the Aggies.'Ills .
game fish."U'au think they battle in Jul,." be said"wait
until one hits your line today." We wasted no time In putting his Sign As Free AgentsTALLAHASSEE assets are a great outside
theory to the test. shot and good moves," said e 1 e
I favored a baitcasting outfit choosing the Ambassadeur 6000C FLAr- (FAMU-'fh signing of pro football Irvln. "He really wants to play
reel with pound Bonnyl monoOlam ent. and a Conolon 2529 rod contracts by members
that throw has lures enough'. to backbone'. ounces.to football team has climbed to new bel&btsand will get even higher be will make? It."

yet has the sensitivity to feel at the end the lures on the lakes bottom. 10 Gate, w players nave contracts Sharon Stallworth Rudolph
.
enthusiast Jack la an and ultra contends light that tackle a as free agents, one draftee Sims, Richard Fort; and backs, US flag For IiIRJflR
.
has signed and one
bronxeback hit on his rig ls prospective Elroy Morand and John Rolle.
like battling the Atlantic sal free agent, and three other The Boston! Patriots mono He went for the Mitchell draftees are expected to sign AFL signed fullback Preston
408 last retrieve spinning reel +)r in the near future. Johnson and the Miami Dolphins TUSCALOOSA- hurdler
with six pound Bonnyl. and a Players expected to sign Flowers of Tenes-
RIchmond
Conolon B50I light action rod. shortly are Joe Wllllamsninth lee and Negro Sprinter Jim
We brought a variety of yellow Jamesccg..
and black maribou leadhead round draft choke by the Los In the NFL defensive back Eddie Green of Kentucky led the drive
jigs in '. to 't ounces and J Angeles Rams some pork rind as an extra Football League. Williams Is Flag flown at all conference
timore Colts and halfback Andrew
added attraction.
Jack rowed us along the shoreline until be reached a spot DOW the leading hitter for the Greene signed with the meets or face the loss certain
Rattler baseball team with
where be seemed to know the bass would be waiting. The waterwas a Ottawa Rough Riders In Ca- athletes.
perhaps 30 feet deep and thick with weeds and tree stumps .387 average. nada. A petition presented to Com
a likely place for bronzebacks to congregate. Unless you'vs Major Hazelton, third round missioner Tonto Coleman,
wnembered to bring along weedless lures you'll go through draft choke of the Chicago signed by 100 persons, particularly r.I .
plenty of hue* on this kind of outing.
Bears and Nathaniel James PROTEST BIAS the
the of
urged flying
We began easting toward shore waiting until the lure hit
bottom and then retrieved very slowly. On his third cast Jack sixth round draft choke tot a hit. The fish took off along the shoreline hoping to snag the Cleveland Browns plan to sign Negro athletes line and break free. Because of the large weedless hook it had to after track season. Eugene of Oklahoma recently submitted The petition said that athletes
be set extra hard. It _10'1. A limp line told Jack that be would
Milton, also on the track team a list of would be asked to refuse to
complaints againstwhat
have to wall a Uttle longer for that first catch. I was more for Is to
expected sign u a free
they termed dlscrlminaHcfl participate whenever the United
tunate. My first fish hit and raced straight for our boat in the
unpredictable way of the bass. I overcame my surprise and agent with the Miami Dolphins 1 hiring and athleticsat States emblem is not displayed.
managed to keep a tight line. After the Initial run. he surfaced of the American Football the school, which they said Flowers said: "Jim and I stood '
and went into the acrobatics that character these Ash. When League. had "no black counselors, together during the National e e e
boated my amallmoutb welshed In at two pounds. Soon after. John Eason, All-America coaches trainers secretaries Anthem at Montgomery and
Jack brought In his first catch of th day and U was quite a ,
has with the Oakland
end signed and In the athletic w* didn't know where to look
battle on the ultra-llght rig. No doubt about it. a two-pounder on managers
his tackle wa a test o( any anglers technique. Raiders of the AFL. He departmeuV Among 19 Negro It gave us a strange feeling.
A* the day WON on. I managed to bring In a few more bass was drafted in the tenth round athletes signing the statement There are too many
than Jack but when we were all through he let me know that his by Oakland. string was"quality.And I must admit that Jack and the growing The Kansas City Chiefs legion & tackle users have discovered a new d1mena1oQ
.to the already exciting sport of fishing. AFL has signed five players as for th"Sooner!* Big Eight asking too much: to have our
free agents 1nc1udJnr linemen Conference" champions. flag at the SEC meet."



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FOR SALE FOR RENT Lady Softball
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Will person who found Bop'sGreen
Motel and Restaurant.Beach.Beer BARBERS NEEDEDLearn person Furnished or married apt. Respectable couple. 1778 ,.' Schwinn Bicycle from .r.,.:1': '..','. .. 'r" ;.l ::4""J"I.1"-.r"...- xrii .
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after 6 p.m. weekdays, all day Saturday, May ,please ret ";
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how Earn Saturday. :'
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TAke New IMPROVED NATURE Belfort St., 449-5 rms., Prlv.
The Jacksonville TABLETS for that tired rundown bath, Down. $16.00 Wk.
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LINCOLN ESTATES changer with automatic cut off Men lAd Women. Young Women's Softball League at Simon Johnson Park. Six. trophies won by these enthusiastic ladle*. Photo. ,-OOB.SMITH
; and dual sapphire needles. 2 groups participate in the activities. In the above picture Corn '
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: DR. KING'S LAST SP St., Jacksonville, ; Fla. SEWING MACHINE Original lug up firsts In the broad Jump I This program tickets offers for complimentary ) of
group
Guarantee, Zlg Zags, makes and the triple Jump. He set a
; I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP' buttonholes, sews on .buttons, new SIAC mark with Jump of Edwards, C.A. High nesday. May 22. The youngsters from 8 through 17
DREAM 0NOW decorative designs, Mono- 47 feet six Inches In the latter Junior, has been notified by the baccalaureate service will beheld years of ace provided the groop
l I HAD A 2 BR'WATERFRONT crams, etc..Just event. Clay Electric Corporation that at Mt. Tabor Baptist Is sponsored by a civic,governmental -

r : NOW ON SUE PRICEDT $1.00) $40 at $8 per month.pay Phone balance 353- FAMUs Thomas Brown chalk he is one of the four finalistsfor Church Sunday, May 28, at religions, fraternal' ,
a trip to Washington, D.C. (:.00 a.m. Rev .James Wrightwill service or sports orpJd Uoa.
HOMES 1946 anytime. Will deliver, no ed a win In the high Jump witha
LATEST HIT RECORDS obligation. A-4 Sewing Machine Jump of six feet, 10 Inches. Young Edwards prepared and be the speaker There Is no admission or
. -SWEET INSPIRATION INSPIRATIONS Co. 1606 Main St.BOLDEN'S presented an essay dealing with Awards Night will be held service charge Involed.
.-SHOO-8E-DOO-DA-DAY STEVIE WONDER WALL TO WALL ROOM FOR RENT the use of electricity,especially -. Tuesday, May 28, at 1:00 p.m. Requests for Midget Met
'AIN'T NOTHING LIKE THE REAL THING-MARVIN GAY SUMMER in rural areas. The winners in the school auditorium. Groups) must be forwarded on
TRIBUTE TO A KING WILLIAM BELL CARPETINGS85.00 Christian woman preferred. are scheduled to take the tripIn Commencement exercises will the official stationery of the
DOCK OF THE BAY OTIS REDDING CUSSES '1340 W. 9th Street. Call 355- early .July. be held Saturday, .June 1, at. sponsoring organization, Indicating
OPEN THE DOOR OTIS REDDING. 2937. Besides being a member of 8.00 p.m. in Booker Park. The the date (s)desired and
*I GOT THAT FEELING OTIS REDDING MONTHVULCAN Classes now Starting. 'the Junior class, Dane is a valedictorian and the salutatorian the number of children to be
LICKING STICK JAMES BROWN ter Tuesday Regis .111 member of the Marching Bulldogs will give their addressesat in the group. Telephone
Thursday
'AiN'T NO WAY Friday confirmation follows Immediately -
ARETHA FRANKLIN 8 to 10 and plays the clarinet. this time.A .
THINK ARETHA FRANKLIN' p.m.'Hospital s'[NOW .2 & 3R He is a forward on the varsity visiting team working with epos receipt of
'TAKE TIME TO KNOW HER PERCYSLADGE Aide Course, basketball team and a member school analysis was on the requests, followed by an official
THE THEME FROM THE VALLEY THE DOLLS-DIONNE f of a number of other organ* campus Monday. The team Included letter of notification.)
WARWICK Cashier-Sales Clerk Course ALl BRICK HOMESON rations. Owen Cbastaln, .John For the safety of all
SHE'S GOOD LOOKING WILSON PICKETT Kindergarten Teachers Aide .Bobble:, Miller, C.A. Junior.and; Et, *.W .J. .J. Anthony, Sidney concerned adult supervisor
TIGHTEN UP(PT. 1 PT. I) ARCHIE BELL president of the Student Council Dunn aal Harry Bailey.VISITING must accompany every 10
.I COULD NEVER LOVE (ANOTHER AFTER YOU) THE 'Adult Education and James A. Wright Junior youngsters Each supervisor
TEMPTATIONSTLL INC. Bolden's URGE LOTS and president of the local VICA Mrs. Mabel Bradley spent will also receive a com
College
NEVER DO YOU WRONG JOE TEX 1816 W.tOth Street organization, have been of* Mothers Day in Jacksonville pllmentary. ticket. There win be
'PAY THE WAY TO THE BOSS B. B. KING fleUUy invited to take part in with her brother and sister-la even special Bee Back Club
768.3479 Registrar J56-M65 CARVER PINES : Gov. Claude Kirk's Conferencewith law, Mr. and Mrs Isaac nights: .Jane I Doubleneader
These And Many More Top Hit Records Are Now On Sale At t.L. Johnson, BS. Youth in Tampa on May Robinson and family. Mrs. with Buffalo; June 9, .Jax vs.

( PREMIER MEATS EDCEWOOD STORE ._ Acting Preatdent-.Director I J1J.5DO$ TO $11,500 31. Both of these young peopleare Bradley also visited her aunt, Richmond Braves; June 16, .Jax
, -' very active in community Mrs. Rebecca Leavergan and vs. Syracuse Chiefs; .June SO,
u well as In school affairs her cousin, Rachel.RETURNING. .Jax ,.: Buffalo; July XI;;.Jax
!
a a A A A, A.JL Columbus DouMeheader
1M The vs. ;
VA.FHAVULCAN C.A. Concert Band was
smart to shop at Jax DAYS I LEFT TO I IIW in concert Monday, May 20. A .August 4, .Jax vs. RochesterRed
large crowd was present and IOME Wings; August 18, .Jax vs.
responded to the efforts of the Toledo Mud liens.N.C.A&TUniversity.
BEAT THE NEW musicians.The .
seniors of the band
FLORIDA INC. had their outing on last weekin

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GRADUATIONGraduation Is Offering One
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Class Night was Wed.
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