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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:
June 1, 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:
UF00028362:00767

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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:
June 1, 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:
UF00028362:00767

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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died, wool bare totaled clUsens can "thank" all but DIES OF WOUNDSTwo WASHINGTON The For*

SI4.000. Deep South two ot the members ot the Peoples March on Washugton

RichardiM, therefore, wlU Johnson And Grier i City CcNOfdl who danced to the men last week engaged la a gun battle allegedly U the continues to nave itt pains aal
Join more than M men la de tune of the familiar tune of the result of an argument Involving the wife of one of the men. aches, and sometimes Us Joys.

death'row, but comes under a Cities Are Jacksonville Coach Company One of the two men was killed.. Among the buss warnings II
blanket stay ot eieeitloaordani ThlsJ. ia the city )Jail, without bond, that trouble makers are in their
by a federal Judge'scharge Come To Rescue Of f I 'I' Saturday A bystander evening was argument snot. -"charged with murder.In ranks and that something should

pending the decltloa oa Riot Torn tween Rudolph Stripling, 48, another Incident a young be done to expel them. Rev: '
the ecnstitotlonallry of the death fr man was seriously wounded Abemathy, new leader and successor
746 West held in
NATCHEZ Miss A false Eighth Jail, after he attempted to slash I
penalty In Florida. to Dr. Martin U King
Johnnie J8
,to Following his sentencing last Stricken SenatorTwo rumor la this deep south city and 1911 Earllne J.Drive; Jackson resulted, bis sister with a razor blade, made plans to completely check
<< served threw tilt metropolis In an uproar according to police reports.
Friday Richardson was rN la Jackson's death from three the camps and to remove those
with a second warrant charging over the weekend The Jake Lawrence, 24, 619 East suspected of trying to foment I ICOI1t
star Negro athletes Roosevelt Grief and Rater Johnson
dead
toillet woundc He was oa
word bad spread that a white 1 I 27th Street was taken to Duval '
him with the death of one 01 the 1oa. Several days ago
nave been credited with sla : j
aiding I.J. ,.,
usa Medical
arrival at
L .other chlllreo eerenyearold8"ri .ci Senator Robert F;-lUontdr IftiW.t athe. : men were naa had kilted a Negro. u} ""Crater. Duval Medical+ CenU{ U a' serious more ttiatOO were"esr UeqJf,
"- .* *.. Sunday night saohs milled abort- > condition list Saturday tU of thIJ..t the Poor V
i .. : .** r r ttaadtaf behind 'Senator Kennedy, on the hotel According to the police,Stripling ) Vooday ,
the streets ot section Ella Mae 'HoUey SO
a Negro stair ,'
decision / "
their
i Before passlag demonstrated at the Department
when be his r
was making victory speech M winner for the saw Jacoon: driving a car
In the Jurors determined that for almost four boars and went was charged with intent to for hours and
of Justice eight
Democratic Domination for the Presidency, la the state of I through the downtown area of
Richardson wanted to get out over Into the eastern end of murder then left after midnight,planning t'
California, a pivotal state.' Senator Kennedy. told all of his Jacksonville and asked him to ,
the downtown shopping center uIABr SINGLETON Lawrence and Ella Mae, according -
from under the burden ot a to return to talk with
Jubilant listeners "I want to thank Grier for since lie
the curb
Rosy out to
getting come ,
Police were forced to use tr and voted to grant the increase to the police,quarreled ;))1
family, la the words of a prosecutor the vote. He sJud be'd take care' of anybody who didn't vote wanted to talk with him. Attorney General Ramsey
: and chose to poison for me." Kennedy smiled. gas and bad to fire guns lit exactly! as the bus operators Detective Sergeant R.; T. ladle a barbecue restaurant Clark. Clark bad pnxnttod to
to law the air. However" rioters left demanded. at list and Phoenli Streets
them. March ci. Azcordhng meet with 100 delegates Tuesday
on Matthew and Investigator W. E.
Although there blAt ott
The death penaby was not was no Angeles Station KNBC the move the area la shambles. There Councilman Johnny Sanders said that Jackson Lawrence pulled gut a razor and bad left Monday out
requested by Schaab. However, tragedy u the senator spoke, .WII tilt result of the Federal was a minor amount looting. who depended largely on the Beacham and attempted to slash his being seen.
both athletes played heroic More than ZOO arrests role i election pulled onto the apron oTa gas Ella Mae pulled a .22
the all-white Jury did not recommend Communication Commlutan'spealtime were Negro( left roles la the later subsiding ot made principally because ot carried" the ball for the bus station at Davis. and Union caliber revolver from her
mercy and thus rale for politicalGrier Streets and out of the to Rev Hoses Williams,
the lawmaker's got car.
killer
Circuit Judge John Justice with a. concealed weapons. Several moQf vy u chairman of the The followed pocketbook and fired one time, one of the leaders At George
As Senator left argument concerning
no alternative except the recommendation Kennedy the bits the scales at 290pounds. fires were set and buildings transportation committee while hitting her brother lathe Washington University Monday
wile
of death. podium, followed by his party He was with the Los burned. Alcoholic beverageswere Council president tavern Stripling's left chest Rev James Bevel and others
Including W r a. Kennedy a* Guns were pulled by both men.
The courtroom was crowded Angeles Rams ot the NFL. He' banned. The selling of Reynolds ran Interference Jackson was shot three timesin Invited more to take part In
was hot. The defense attorney once attended Pennsylvania firearms was forbidden. Ammunition The only dissenters were the campaign.
the chest J. T. RoyaL! 1 lairWest .
emotionally said that "Yo State where be was a tackle explosives, and Councilwomen Sallye tfathlaaad 'I4tb Street was hit in FAMU Launches In another area plans were

heard aa Illiterate nigger-and la 1933 and 11$&. From 193 gasoline\ other than that Mary Singleton,.who votedSALLYE the right leg by a,stray bullet announced for the setting up.of
that's what bee beea called to 19o2 he was with the New essential tor'vehicles cameunder IS satellite camps or cities.
get on the stand and plead his York Giants. From INS to the ban. Pocket knives H. T.employed McClendon at, a a prlrateguard nearby First Oi KingScholarships The Department of Health, Education
I with 1966 be was with the Los ware not banned. Welfare the
heart out., saw a Juror liquor store separated the two and was
a tear la his eyes and many more U Angeles Rams. According to news reports, McdendonbaadcaffedStripling place of demonstration. Tbe

persons In the courtroom cry Johnson once attended UCLA. /a Negro and a white youth engaged men. and held him at gunpoint proposal ot "cities" woo favor
log!' 4 He Is 32. He was outstanding, ia aa argument Asa establishment ot a
until police arrived on TALLAHASSei The late
Annie Mae Richardson mother all-sports athlete and reached'bis result they shot each other.he I the scene. Stripling was hell Dr. Martin Luther King will lateral and uniform welfare1
of the dead tots, broke don tops In the decathlon com, news spread, leading to the I be memorialized throughout the system. Again Hoses Williams

alter the sentencing of her teatof track class ID- racial outburst Urban League establishment of a scholarship. heading group marchers to
husband. Mrs. Richardson, 29. event and field In Mobile, three Negroes were A fund drive recently at ttte the Detriment, was finally \
will return to her mother ability. He set the records snot and wounded Tuesday following New school has already mad received and given a letter
Approves possible
borne la Jacksonville. Richard HAfEHJOHNSONproceeded Ole 1960 Olympics. He was asa Monday night's sniper the presentation of the outlining what were called.
son1 story hit the news last result, chosen as Male wounding of a city police officer. r : first scholarship.A "concrete aad constructive"responses
October 17. Since that time through a real ball Athlete of' the Year, beatingtop One ot the victims was a 10- Local EffortRecently committee composed of to their demands for.

the case has bad change of toward a group of newsmen golfer Arnold Palmer,. year-old chill Two white men MATT the Manpower Administration faculty and students has for- welfare\ reforms.Secretary W.
venue. Richardson a poor with whom he was to talk with in boxer Floyd Patterson, footballstar fired froma speedirg car, according "no." b.cau.'u'the later and The U. S. mulated ground roles for J. Cohen presented the letter
frnltpicker has beea defended the hitches Suddenly wioin.ROOSEVELT Norm Van Brecklin and to witnesses. Nobody Bayard Rustic, New York civil
put it t, "such an Increase 'would Department of Labor approvedan raising funds and criteria for
throughout Mad case: by Johsi baseball players Dick Great wu seriously hurt. A manhunt rights leader talked with Attorney -
affect the people whom I repre- experimental and demonstration selection: ot the recipients ot
Robinson, aa attorney who said and Ted Sullivan. He also won was launched.Tbe sent. General Clark about a I "
to be the scholarship.
project sponsored '
he felt that the man constitutional the James E. Sullivan Amateur shootings occurred in Eric O.;Simpson editor ot the and operated through the The programoftlclalljgot. June 19 march Rustln beadedthe .
rights bad ben Athletic Union Trophy in 1960 Snipes Lane, a predominantlyNegro FLORIDA STAR pleaded with facilities ot the Southern underway with a presentation march of 196J which ,I .
violated. He took the cue with and was ;Ivan the title ot area, near the city's the Council during a public Regional Office of The National ot contributions that have mustered u army of more bun

out charge and said he badspent "greatest all-around athlete lathe municipal park Later two bearing last Friday May 31 Urban League. This program already come In to Dr. GeorgeW. 200,000. He request"l use of I \

some. of Us on money. world." Johnson is 6'2" Negro youths were arrested to delay granting the Increase Is called Project ASSIST/ Gore. Jr., FAMU President, the Washington monument for. ',
and weighs ZOO pojnds. Hevisited and charged wjtn| burglary and the assambly the use of Constitution
until methods of saving costs ACTION. by Dr. .James Hudson,chairman
"Black St, Petersburg la March vandalism. One later signed a and Independence Avenues
Voice"Editor ot operation, possible financial: The purpose of Project of the committee.
ot 1961 and served u director, statement that the other fired leaks and cost saving efficiency ASSIST/ACTION is to provide The award Is to be given for tile march. 23 first

of the Peq> -Aaople University : at tile policeman.In can be studied.He individualized assistance t annually In a for ma 1 presentation aid stations, drinking ,

Freed GRIER program during the late, Louisville Ky., the last was Joined by Mrs. Hattye qualified persons who are during' the monlb of May. blankets, police escorts and
President John F. Kennedy's. guard units were withdrawn Dls Green in asking that the having difficulty upgrading their The amount of the award will tents for marching officials,
the haH, snots were beard. The time. He Joined NBC la 1964 Sunday. They bad been stationed for the press and for dining.
use of transfers not be occupational levels because be the sum of three quarter
Again On loidGAINESVILLE assassin reported to be Jordanian Ressurectloa City permit
where
after movies and television la the city's west end eliminated such tuition three The
u a planwouU they are unable to pass Merit prorated over
Sirhan Blshara Slrhan Cave been made1in
Several ftJ
last week 400 arrests
were
appearances. ,
The Black necessitate poor people having System aad employerstestsand quarters or "a lesser period.
Voice editor Jack DawUns, resident of Pasadena, had fired Grier is 33.; He has been a made where there were two to pay two fares when they have enmInaUoD8. u addition to the award, the personnel.Troublemakers.. .
Is out again, after posting bond three shots two of which struck pro football star for the past deaths, and Injuries totaled 50. to change from one bus to The Jacksonville Urban recipient: will receive a plaque' It has been
the in the bead and later OromtbeCommunistranks.
for $7,500. This time Davklns. solon 12 years. He Is a native of Three Negroes were ordered another to reach their destinations. League located at 829 Pearl as well as assistance in attending said, come
brought about his death at 1-44 arrested fallowing\ a court hear Senator John D.
Cuthbert, Ga. At Peon State .
accused of various cliff rights Street is now administering an outstanding
violations spent 11 weeks In a.m. Las Angeles time Thursday be was an All-Amerlcaa. He ing. They were described\ u The Council(with the exception Project ASSETACTTONwhicbwill conference the field of human McClellan, Democrat of Arkansas -
or 4:44 a.m. Jacksonville has been named the allrojeam members of the Black Unity was among those making!
jaiL to of Mrs. Matbls and Mrs. Investigate the rights In the United States or
time. Other bullets from the. many and said that he '
Hawkins was tccused ot the five times and has League of Kentucky. Lawyerstor Singleton) would not bear the variables that stand between abroad.. the charges 'I
March 1) fire at Gene's Grocery .12 caliber black handled played In five NFL cbampIoo-| the Negroes deplored the pleas mado on behalf ot the this group of workers and successful The student selected for the has supporting information.
Store in Gainesville and pistol, struck otters! la the ship ate all with the Giants. court ot inquiry set up by Judge poor. Granting the demand ut competition for both yard must be of high moral
party. Tbe Senator Kennedy wasa William\ Colson of tilt police the bus be full time student limit Accreditation
with possession ot a firebomb. company owners mean entry levels and more advanced character a
it is said the first
was
He will stand trial la Ocala Grier. sportsman himself. Likewise, court The Judge's declllOll was that starting Friday: Individuals. In good academic standing and
011 June 24. to grab the mad gunman. The he was a strong supporter of upheld by three other Jurists. 'Transfers in the City of Jacksonville Project ASSET/ACTION will should have made substantial Of Local Schools
6'S" football player pinned the t&InIelllDd fair play without The men were Jailed each with and the Beaches contributions in the social win be
Circuit Court Judge John. A.loIurphr. sU aimed ; will focus on men and women Dun schools which
.. granted Dawkins the his' guamlaadraplnst the edge regard to color.Tallahassee. a bond ot 150,000. be abolished. between the ages of 18 and 23 services, especially the area accredited fir the next year

change: of venue after his attorney of a table. Johnson came! In. The cost ot weekly passes years, who are high school of human rights. will total 10. according to.the .
argued he would be and twisted the fatal Leon I Ugh Criticized In thy city will be raised from graduates and those who have The purpose ot the scholarship State Board of Education.
fair trial weapon $ : to $4.95. Children's fares had according to Dr. Hudson "is limiteddeficiencies
unable to get a la from the man and turned it TA&.LAHASSEEThirtyfive ot the additional training but are Schools with
a delegation protesters.He
AUcbua County because ot the over to the police. Negro students sat on the lawn made ao comment after themeeting. will be increased from 10 to -1 still unable to secure Jobs com- to create incentive for the but accredited
amount ot publicity surrounding Both athletes were on the of the Leon High School last cents add the base adult fare mensurate with their Interests studeats. It Isn't primarily an Mathew Gilbert JuniorSeniorHigh

the case. campaign trail with the lawmaker week. 'They were protesting the Seven girls ,it was said, bad tt 23 cents remains unchanged., and potential abilities AU aid scholarship It is really and A.L. Lewis. Stanton
At first, bond was set at $10 Joining after be entered lack of Negroes on the school's tried out for the nine-member Rates between Jacksonville persons interested in Project recognition of students for their Vocation was not Included" in
000 and later reduced to the race in March. Johnson cheerleadlng squad. cneerleadlng squad but none and the Beaches will increase ASSIST/ACTION may now work in human rights and who the State
17.500. When the possession who was a sportscaster for County School Superintendent was packed by the, allwhiteselection from (0 to 70 cents (one way) register at 829 Pearl Street have made some contribution The Board, unlike the ,
charge was made against him NBC, was taken off his Job and Freeman Ashmore came to committee. with weekly adult passes the new borne of the the general program of human SREB, has made some exceptions I

the bond Jumped: to 115,000. Joined the Kennedy entourage school bv request and met with increasing from $4.25 to $4.93. Jacksonville Urban League uplifting." because of faults. J :.








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Powerful Board Will Hear A&P PromotesP. Edward Waters Presents Opera VIRGINIA UNION STUDENTS


Tuskefeee Head At SymposiumATLANTAThe HIGH STATE RANK
t f. HAVE
A. Smith To
Southern Regional Education B. cele- I The Twelfth Annual Convention of Virginia Phi Beta Lambda
brating Its twentieth anniversary in Atlanta on Junll! QIIeS> 'jt'k': (Business Fraternity) was held at the William Byrd Motor Hotel,
June 12, will reexamine the future of the South in terms$. Yice.PresidenIvThe I Richmond!, Virginia, recently. Chapters of this organization: ,
social and economic progrsss!! and of higher educational development Great Atlantic Pacific Tea (I Ik which is national in scope, ors located in Virginia at: Hampton
300 educators officials, civic Madison College; Old Dominion/
More than government Comply Inc has promotedP.A. Institute; Longwood College;
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leaders, business men and industrialists, will attend the convocation Smlth/'vlce president of College; Radford College; Radford College; Richard Bland Col.
Governor Robert McNair of South Carolina will pre. the Southern Dklsion, to Executive k lege; Richmond Professional Institute; -Saint Paul's College
I It State College, Norfolk Virginia
side Vice President of the i Shenandoah College; Virginia ;
President Luther H. Foster of disseminate information on Southern Division,effeotiveimmedlately. l4r ''State College, Petersburg; and Virginia ,Union University,
Tuskegee Institute will presideover higher education throughout "V" The main speaker for the occasion major, Richmaon; Vocabulary
a second symposium, with the region. .Smith, who had served as vice : was State Senator J.Sar- Relay, second place, Mrs.
Its focus oa "Higher Educationof There are 75 members, the president In charge bf the BirmIngham ; geant Reypolds, whose topic Yvonne Langhorne Brown, sen
the Next 20 Years." governor and four appointees, unit before his pro- was, "How Young Business ion business administration
The SREB created somewhat from each of the fifteen states motion Jacksonville in 1965, .. t Leaders Can Make This a Bet- major, Riverhead, New York;
of an educational future last involved. It Is the operating was elected at a special meetIng ter World in Which to Live." third place Judith Fortune,Junior .
year when, following a check agency for the Southern Region' of the Division's Advisory Competitive events included accounting major, Milford,
of processes in predominantly al Education Compact, draftedin Board Directors in New York. Extemporaneous Speaking, Virginia; Mr. Future Business
Negro colleges universities 1949 at the direction of the The Southern Division covers Vocabulary, Relay, Parliamentary Executive) second place, Harry
Its committee recommended Southern Governors' Confer operating units throughout the ( 1r Procedure Contest, the O. Lewis, Junior accounting
certain drastic and farreachlng ence. The board was created South and Southwest selection of Mr. Future Business major, Richmond; Miss Future
changes and suggested, that, in in 1949. Florida Is one of the -3+ I teacher, Miss Future Business Executive,first place,
many instances, higher educational 15 states in the compact. Business Executive. Alfreda Bowers, senior, business
techniques in many Negro LI Virginia Union University captured administration major,
colleges and universities, were O.I.C. Institute Receives one first-place award, Clarksville, Virginia; Parliamentary .
below standard. The report was two second-place awards, two Procedure Contest,
received with various Millions For Unit's Work third-place awards,and fourth1 fourth place, Marjorie Stith,
responses. However, since that place award and will represent sophomore, accounting major,'

time, there has been evidenced PHILADELPHIA, Pa. More than two million dollars, In n;:... the Virginia colleges and universities Petersburg.
plans to assist in Alfreda Bowers
upgrading cash and equipment, have been donated by Industry to the OIC .& at the National Con Yvonne
through grants and through the in D. C. Brown, Judith Fortune, and
SREBltselt cause. OIC Centers across the country are being helped In The Voice Class and History of Music Classes of Edward: Waters College presented an impressive ,In vention mid-June.Washington, Marjorie Stith won the right to

In 1967, the regional commis- their programs by Industry! and Labor. Interpretation of the Tales of Hoffman by Offenbach recently the College's Lee Virginia Union winners Included and will represent the State of
sion Issued a report on waysto An April, 1968, sampling of of top business leaders of the auditorium. The above picture represents one of the scenes from the opus. Amelia Smith, Extemporaneous Speaking, Virginia at the National Convention
Improve higher educational 16 OICs disclosed that $1,194, country.The instructor, was assisted by Aaron Randolph and the Opera Repertory Group, Inc. third: place Sheila Stephens, in the Miss Future BustCONTOUET .
opportunities for Negroes. The 580.97 was the total value of possibility of OIC staff.._. Photo By-BOB SMITH sophomore, business education ) :IN PAGE 3Bacon's
report was titled "The Negro donations by Industry. The total and personnel being available
and Higher Education in the value of Labor's contributionis to aid in the JOBS Program Mileston Co-Op Gets Off
Celebrates
South." The authors asked that another story. of the U.S.Department of Labor Kinder (kollege
a 15-state effort be made to "There are 20,000 studentsIn is in the planning stage. The
improve the Couth's 104 Negro OIC Centers In 75 cities JOBS ProgramwWprovfdeem- To New Start In StruggleLAFAYE

colleges and to expand post- across the nation and before ployment for 100,000 hardcore
high school vocational, techni- the end of the year there will disadvantaged persons. This FIShS: L.a.-Tbree hundred Negro farmers have banded
cal and academic opportunitiesfor be 50,000 students in OIC pro- program Involves a new group together In an agricultural cooperative in Holmes County, Miss.
Negrstudents at all types grams," Rev. Leon Sullivan called NABS (National Association They are part of a movement to organize Black farmers Into

ci Institutions. founder and Chairman of the of Businessmen) who are viable economic organizations.The port the co-op In areas of management
Strong emphasis was made on Board of Opportunities Indus employers who will be paid Mileston Co-op was originally and education SCDP
trialization Center, told 600 costs for hardcore formed io the 1947sby
equal opportunity training will provide technical and financial
There are several main editors in Washington,recently. people placed on Jobs. the Farmers Security Ad assistance. 1A J''
functions: To do research on He also set a goal of three OIC centers,across the nation ministration. Through tht years On May tat In Lexicon,Miss ,
the South's problems and needsIn quarters of a million OIC students have opened channels of the coup slowly lost Its vitality a general assembly of co-op c vial,
higher education; To provide by April, 1970, in his communication between due to the lack of management members was held. Officers J r k

consultant service to states, speech. business and Industry and the ml the lack of assistance were elected to the Boar of 4;
These goals were Inspired by from Fe c.-l1 lad State
universities colleges; To grass roots citizens hardcore DUectors. P.K. Delaney was
solve problems and meet needsIn a new relationship of OIC withIndIJ.1try. areas. Much more will be done agricultural services. Over the elected President of the co-op>>
higher education through cooperative One strong Indication as industry accepts Its role In past year the MlUston Co-op; and Robert G. Clark, the first J
regional of this trend was the recent the new partnership. has been reorganized mainly i i 4
programs; Negro State Representative
formal organization of the through the efforts! of Howard ,
To administer and serve as National OIC Industrial KELP FIGHT CANCER WITH Bailey, a field organizer for the since reconstruction, was also
fiscal for cooperative
agent Advisory Council whose mem- A. CHECK-UP AND A Southern Cooperative Development elected to the boarl }
regional programs; To bership comes from the ranks CHECKII! Program CSCDP) To sup .. k
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Bacon's Kinder JEST Kindergarten celebrated the tenth anniversary homecoming recently
for the 1958 to 1968 classes. In the above picture are some of the graduates, namely Rone:
Roberson Janice Cheatham, Ivory Reeves,Roxanna Bright Patricia Jones and Otis Glrardeau.
In the other picture are this year's graduates namely: MarvetU Jones, Ranterrel Fore,
Maurice Young Cherlyn Hunter, Terry Freemai, Leta Monae Steward!, Derrick Williams,
Jimmy Thompson, Karen Edward Carla Williams, Joseph Bunion end Robert Lamar Wilson

Photos by BOB SMITH




+; You've read about it, you've heard about it and now you know Marine National Aspiring \1'1'1'11'1'1'1'1'11'1'1'111111'11'111'1 EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP

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is a newly organized and chartered bank in downtown Jacksonville. We're located 5
..A J By NEGH3 PJtESJ INTERNATIONALFIRST
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in the building that for the past twelve years answered to the name "Central 25PHILADELPHIA


National Bank." But everything is new. New owners. New directors. New policies. Girard College Is-folding(NPI)-its After tent IJ of years opposition of legal against wrangling the

'". admission of Negroes, and will enroll 25 youths In the school this
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\ Here, you'll find nice people who'll bend over backwards to serve all your financial till. The 120-year-old college was founded by the will of StephenGlrard

soley for the education of "white orphans." A suit was
needs. We look forward to meeting you personally and telling you all about it! brought in 1955 contesting the will on grounds it contravened the
::" 'L 1954 Supreme Court decision outlawing school segregation.
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.. .,,...:" SNAILS PACEWASHINGTON
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)-First solid statistics ondesegregation
in Southern schools discloses that the area has moved at a slower
pace than federal reports have indicated. Recent figures show
that less' than 14 per cent of Negro children attend schoolsclassified

JSMY THOMAS Chairman ./ the Board -$ DAiraa S. GOOBRCM, President. as integrated, against earlier figures which put the
percentage at 18 per cent.
DONOVAN MdNTOGH

Former Scout Explorer Donovan GETS NOD AGAINBALTIMORE
Mcintosh, graduate of the (NPQ The Middle States Association rf
Stanton Senior High Electronics Colleges and Secondary Schools has notified Morgan State
MARINE NATIONAL BANK Technology program Is shownin College that its accreditation has been reaffirmed, without
: the International Business. quaUicat1oa, for the third time. The association Devaluates
r Machine Laboratory where be each or Its member institutions
colleges
every 10 years and only
OF JACKSONVILLE : > Is employed In a work-study or universities having exceptional programs are selected for
program, at Hampton Institute. "case study" reevaluation-and Morgan was one of five selected
I JULIA at DUVAL a! :::;:; Donovan plans to enter the electronics this year. .i
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field graduation.
upon DISC HELP

Farm Fire LU M>. Conference NEW YORK (NPI? T. The Southern Christian Leader

MEMtEl FEDEIAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM NEW YORK-Fire ikiiroy l headed until Which his Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
death
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of ,, benefiting financially from a loag
an average more dun a lulf playing of
million ilollanof faun properly Com y"rtkh r.2JSf speeches. The bout Record

a lay in IOG6.! atiimliiig in royalties from It will disc has announced ttotjj
ilk Iiiiuranrc lur..niuiiiiii |Mtilute help enhance Dr. go to SCLC,1he LP itself, it )
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I [Werl!JJ 6o7g :Bes!! ] Douglas Anderson High School Graduation Is June 8 j jR. II




:_f Francis Andrew Godfrey,5747 Elwyn Mancel Grimes Nash V. Daniels School Presents A Phantasy.a Golden Rod Dr. John A. Hague of Stetson

-: Katz Ave.,23 and Medinab Jahm ville Tenn. 24 and toilette
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.t son, 5747 Katz Ave., 17.: Voncllle Simpson, 2434 Dab, Social Club University Will Give Address.

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'. Joe Lamb, 1296 W. 28th St., St., 25.'lbomas. Has AnniversaryThe Dr. John A. Hague, Director of American Studies at Stetson

.. 61 and Marian Davis,2402 ian- Edward Frailer 1318 University will deliver the annual Commencement Address to
tana Ave, 35. E. 30th St. 20 and DruclUa, Golden Rod Social and graduates of Douglas Anderson High School Saturday, June 8,
t v at Savings Club will hold its )968, 7:30 p.m., in the Civic Auditorium.
Jackson, 1615 Garden St., 21. anniversary .. A A. .. f
Lindsey Louis Calhoun, 1619 Sunday, June 23, at or. Hague holds the A.B. degree Kappa and Is active in the First 1
W. Union St., 50 and EstreOa Carl Edward Thomas, 1064 i iw the Acorn Community Center, from Princeton Univer- Presbyterian Church stDela d,
., Louise Burden, 5737 Malrgold Kings Rd., 28 and Velvet D. from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The sity and the Ph.D. Degree from Florida and sings in the choir.
,., Rd., 41, Meeks, 1214 Madison St., 28. 1rs club with the largest attend- Yale University. Prior to his Dr. Hague has a wealth of information -
Jim J. JOIN, 5737 Geranium ance will receive a prize. Refreshments acceptance as Professor of at his disposal and .
Rd., 61 and Mabel Albert Mat Charles Julius Smith,Jr.,1943W. will be served. American Studies at Stetson the administration, members .
: thews, 510 Odessa St., 51. 2nd St., 24 and Linda Jean Mrs Nellie Smith is president University, he was an instructor of the graduating class, and
WUllams,1543 W.WlndleSt.,17.Willie at Yale University. parents of Douglas Anderson

Richard LaVern Hilton, 8239 Dr. Hague was the recipientof High School are indeed happy
.' Tar ling Ave., 23 Gwendolyn Charles Barron, 2054 the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship to invite the citizens of this
Louise: Mosley, 1771 W. 10th Odessa St., 19 and Lillie Mae Leaders Address in 1947, and the M o r s e community to share this experience -
4 St., 18. Montgomery, 844 Brldler St., +. Fellowship in 1954. He is the with them.
author of the American Character
EWC Graduates Culminating more than fifty

Bolssy Rhodes: ,1231 McConlhe Alton Tobler, 1089 Kings Rd., Afr'I Bishop E. C. Hatcher, presiding magazine and articles Culture Including, and many,the years of continents educational
'& St. 37 t %' services to the youth of this
and Ruth
744
Wilson. 20 and Shirley Ann Crawford, prelate of the eleventh "American Way of Living,"
r!- Odessa! St., 38. 4229 Monomer Rd., 17. episcopal district of the AME 1964 edition of the American community High School, will Douglas discontinue Anderson Its'
Church delivered the bacca-
Encyclopedia
a public school offering -
Cosmetologists Confab +, laureate for the graduates of Dr. Hague is a member of the programs educational opportunities
Edward Waters College Sunday Committee
n Nominating of the to youngsters in grades 1-12
: afternoon. American Studies Association, at the end of the summer session -
:; Closes in Winter Haven Dr. George W. Gore, the Executive Committee, the 1968.
president of Florida AJ.M National Collegiate Honors
Thus, it is our sincere hope
\ WINTER HAVEN: The twenty-ninth annual convention of the University, addressed the Council, and Is listed In the that graduates and former students -
Orange Blossom Cosmetologists was held recently at the graduates of the same school directory of American will attendthisflmiCom-
First Missionary Baptist Church. Mayor Bruce Parker and the during the commencement Scholars. mencement program.
entire Stale Board of Cosmetology were present. services. He is president of the Central
.'L. Florida Association of Phi Beta
The attendance trophy was a* State Chairman, third prize. 1 1r Dahlia Garden Club
warded to Mrs. Callie Cone,, .
John Spencer was Youth For
president of Unit No. 3. Jack-
: Beauty Chairman and rt, Closes Years TalksThe DOES AIR POLLUTION
sonvllle. The second prize was presented No. 3.

>. awarded Mrs. Agnes Burley of Mrs. Laura Robinson received Dahlia Garden Circle will
Unit No. 5, West Palm Beach. IRRITATE YOUR SKIN?
The third prize trophy went to t plaque for outstanding service meet Thursday, June 13, In
Mrs. Almetta to the Guild. Mrs. Bessie the home of Mrs. Gussie Rocker Dirt ....... pima and other polo tenet the chain. of your thin, for
I Scott president Dix received plaque, U well 1325 West Tenth, at 6:30 tool In the air" can ralte' havoc with fairer" cl....., nature) leohlnf, loveIlimt -
of Unit No. 1. Tampa. ,.,.. ,
Elena kin' end eomplailon Delicate thin' It frechlet removal
U Nancy Knight Street The will be the last meet-
J The ; W.'y.fti p.m. Sufis th.t wather.be.t.n tfnnd
AUlne S. Waldon Scholar mey the worst and even sun
: .b I Contest was held In the* and Essie Mat Joyoer,Citations 'lng before October. Queen B. normally nealttiy thin., on became look, bide In removing blec:..........
P
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were given Vera Johnson,Lidlt Williams is president. Irritated tlemlthet' blotch.* endblechheadi tmoothlni (ergo f O' Wouldn't
;Nora Mayo auditorium. Tbe like PALMIITS
mry.pp..r. Color hue you t to try "SKIN
Foster, Rnatha WhIte Jimmli .nd of SUCCESS" IUACH CfttAMT
completion
: subject was "Facing the Chall appearance may
Dkkerton
Robinson Bertha ,
whitePALMCN'I
chanio Pracrent enemy
of New Era. WUIDS
I enge a Mrs. "SKIN SUCCESS"LIACH
Dorothy Kendall an) Loclllt GET HCAD-TO-TOC
Thompson was chairman. The CREAM It s medicated
f Mrs. Mark Hosts
West. Mrs. Marjorie Townsend PROTECTION
mm. contalntnc the full official
> first prize winner was M11 s
of Miami was presented the at,.".th of .mmonlated' mercury with," the .....ctln. foamy medication
Brenda Joyce Harris, who was recoinlied" by the Unlit SltttiPnormeoopela of -SKIN SUCCESS '0"1'.
,sponsered by Unit No. 3. The Velvet Touch prize. The Ship A Jolly Group SS I I .. local Inhibitory It beauty bethel while It flfhttlermt .
'second Owners Guild presented the kk1j ntleeptle. Hi madlcal propertiet araenereny that often aggravate penet
place winner was Miss .
with silver tacotnlted by the fI"OI.tlOft eeI melee von fun
president a service The
Jolly Group No. 55 will .
Elizabeth E. Flnnley, who was .Ion, end dermetoloRittt oftan prescribe you're nice to be mar. "ALManI
sponsored by Unit No. 60, Both award. Each guild member meet with Mrs Geneva Mart, "SKIN SUCCIIS CREAM "SKIN SUCCESS SOAP.
are from Jacksonville. Tbe presented the president one 1027 Daniel, Saturday, June 8, I''
Judges wert Mr.. Harriet red rose. Mrs. Louise Bassey at 7:30 p.m. I Insist on the Blue& Gold pachi"

Drown Mrs. Lurena Liaison tang during the presentation.Local ; at
and Lottie Tucker. president were presented I*h

The hat extravangta sad tea Mrs awards.Cathlean B.Rots was unaalranusely i. r -
were spoosored by Theta Nn-
Sigma Sorority. Mrs. Marion reelected to serve iWit ,$ I

{Ion Muldrev toSuramoi"Is baslleus.was the"Invltat theme* a sident's four-year address term.was The based pre onBuilding BINGO BINGO BINGO !

A Foundation for the
:of the affair. Bill Simmons was L/J
Future. Others elected were i.
commentator. Mrs. Ethel Let
; delegates to the National Beauty. i'ir
j:Jones was named queen and represented Culturlst League In Atlanta on 9 NEW TIME, NEW LOCATION
Unit No. 3
of
: Jack July %I. Mrs. Mary Hagans of I
sonvllle.
Runner....were Mrs. *
Leesburg was elected to the i _
:Juanita Jenkins, UnU No. 10, Trustee Board. Others retained \ EVENING AT 8:30 P.M.
Mrs. Mary Collins, Unit 38, their office-. The 1969 EVERY FRIDAY. .
''Jacksonville; May Walker Unit will be la Cocoa. meeting t r f it j u.,._(, II' <
14, Ft. Lauderdale, and Mrs. i

lJi nits Jenkins, Unit No. 10, Club Celebrates ST. PIUS SCHOOL HALL

.Sanford I
Wig competition winners were
:IP IDe y Thompson, Rudolph Glendale FlowerThe The R.V. Daniels Elementary School presented recently May Day All Over the World. In'
;Rotmtiee and Miss Patricia the above pictures art shown members of the royal family Johncille Karen Coleman was AIR CONDITIONED

:Harris, all of Unit No. 8, Or- Glendale Flower Club will crowned. QJCUU. Mlha Jerome Odeal lock was crowned lUng Anita Jernell Lewis was crowned
:iandj Mrs. Thelma Lnndy ispresident celebrate its fourth anniversary Princess, and Javan William was crowned Prince. Anita Brink Uy! and Anthony Wiaas
: Winners In natural on June 9, at the Brooks presided at the coronation The second picture shows part of the large audiext which attended *
competition were Rudolph Prayer House from 4 to 6 la the thlrt ni'Ura art: Anthony Wian, Gwendolyn Sanders, Cheryl Brown, Anita CASH PRIZES OF $10.00 $15.00 & 100.00
p.m. Brinklty, Mrs A. C. Joyner, principal of. the school, Anita Lewis and J ,
a
:Roundtree, first; Plney Thorn?* v a n Odoal.
.too, second and Mrs. Louise Appearing on program will Photo By-SOB SMITl4FAMU's
be Mrs. Alice Johnson mis-
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Woman Unit No. 1 Tampa.
: ,
tress cC ceremonies Mrs.Ellen off
Kappan Year
Judges were: Mrs. Pauline
Shan, Betty Langley and John Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth West
;Spencer; Mrs. B.Louise Bassey Mrs. Bonnie Frazier, M 1 I. s
.was chairman Vera Benjamin, Mrs. Albert

> Winners In the Parade of Units! Parsby, the Traveling Stars ATTENTION
were: Unit No.Jacksonville, the Boston Singers, Deacon JAXONS
.
:first; UnU No. 2, St. Peters Fred McQuay, Horace G. Williams. v
Ladies of the Champion
burg .
: second; and Unit No. 19,
Club will be guest Mrs.
Lakeland
; third. saving
j. The president and the Chosen E. Mason is president * * *
"SO were in charge Mrs. LouiseDupree Mrs. Martha Williams is re

was chairman. Hon porter.

ortes were: Mrs. Saleme Sum- *
men,Unit No. 60JacksonvUJe, The Florida Star Will Publish
Mrs. Fannie McDugle, Unit No. Camelia ladies
18, Sarasota, Guild\ President,
first prize; Mrs. E. Williams Plan Travel Skit
UnIt No. t, second prize; and
Mrs.. Ola Williams, Sarasota, The Camelia Ladies Club will
sponsor, on June 30, a trip to '
g FAMU's First Daytona Beach Mrs.A.M.Har Ckirck N.ws. t
I I
tang is president. The dub nil OF CHARGE t : i

'i Evening Class will hold its business meet- """""'
ing June 4 at I p.m., in the Club News !

\a Was Successful I home 1912 West of Mrs.Fourth.Champion Louise. Hagen, j jHarold I

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Th t ... ". ,
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first adult evening class by the Saving Social Notes
Vocational Technical: Institute, Emit t senior business adm1D1strat1oQ major from 1I 1\\
is presented the "Kappa of the Year" award during I
'lot Florida MM UniversityFAMU Pens
t Club Florida AIM Psi "
Gives Program University Kappa Alpha Fraternity
ended recently: with a
( ) *
A Black and White Ball. Kappa Sweetheart Veronica Hicks, a WH4I. A.lO..CI.elts
small in complex The Clubis
ceremony Champion Savings
."oftheVTI. musical Junior secretarial training major from Miami,, is presenting r
sponsoring a on
the award.
M. S. Thomas, Director of the July 31 at 7:30 in the Florida
Institute awardedcertltlcatesofsatisfactory Times Union Building.\ The next I
completion to 23 meeting will be held in the homeof I
adults who have attended 20 Mrs. Roberta Howard 5621 | Entertainment Hues and Cries | '", \
Do You
Wilt A
To Cover
clock hours of Instruction and Grant. Mrs. Martha Williamsis Photoinptier

'lectures on basic lithographic president. By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
'teebnolo Dr. George W. .

'Gore, Jr., president of AIM HANG ON, RAMSEY for Ramsey Teas -. IIHM.S. WeUiiis Social Events?
greeted the class. VIRGINIA UNION CHICAGO (NPI) The suspense is over .
The 20-hour courses included LewIs Grammy Award-winning pianist and Jazz star, for be
camera instruction, CONTINUED FROM PAGE Z and his wife Gerl, became the parents May 14 of a sevenpotmd -
process ...
cress T. u* = be named Frayne Trebor. Call 354-6782
.stripping platemaklng and several Executive Contest, the three-ouDCe baby -
short classes in not type Vocabulary Relay, and the Parliamentary That makes No. 6 for the Lews'-4he others being Vita DenIs,
ProcedureContect. Mareus Kevin,7;DawDAlyce, 5; and Kendall
'composition.= The courses were IS; Ramsey m.ll;
taugbt by George C. Floresch In addition to individual honors Kelly, J."BEAUTIFUL.
and Archie Hannon. the..VUU chapter receiveda
i Most of the students are employed certificate for a superior BLACK"WASHINGTON DEADLINE FOR NEWS: TUESDAY 4. P. M.
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in reproduction in the scrapbook of the years activities <- (NPI) Going all the way with the "Soul
state departments and entered as well U a certificate Brother Ulster" theme,civil rights militant Stokely Carmichaeland
the course under a. continuing naming tie Chapter one of the South African-born singer Miriam Makeba described color
four honor chapters in the Com u being "beautiful black" following their marriage. Carmichael -
education
program. News To Mail News To
Because of the response from monwealth for the year. Honor 26 and Miss Makeba, 36, were both "cool" duringthe Bring : :
the community and the numberof chapters are selected on the ceremony performed by the Rev. Douglas Moore."Fmsro' .
applications be received, basis of chapter activities and Florida Stir Florida Star

Floresch has scheduled another projects.The : .
course in lithography and also performance of Virginia MIAMI-(NPI)-Miami recently got its first Negro television 2323 Meicrief Rd. P.O. lox''' 5"f
a course on color sepratlon Union students suggests the high newcaster-Bob Reid, 20-year-old former staffer with the ::1

.work. for the fall. caliber are receiving of business when training compared they Association Miami Herald, Dade newspaper Junior and'College.ex-presidentStudentGovernment He was hired by Station Cor. 13th Street Jacksonville 1, Fh. 32201

with other schools Jn the state. .WTVJ-TV U an on-camera newsman









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4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JUNE 15.; list

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I Rev. Alex Garvin And Good Shepherd Baptist Celebrate Anniversaries I


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Grant Memorial Men Will Sing _
Many Pastors And Groups




Will Honor Rev., Garvin : ," 'f" ::;'''':
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: f.
GoodShepherd Baptist Church Is the scene this week of the ", t I ,., .,' ,.. ',' ';;-, '" rf. ,'po' ,
.. ',' 4J"g.
celebration of the twenty-first anniversary of the church and : ::1. ,
the third of the pastor now serving. Rev Alexander Garvin. ,. '-t..J'. ,

Churches, their pastors,rouse H. Miller, pastor. ..c ,.-\ '
ical organizations, official set Mrs. W. B. Garvin will give YY
ups, and prominent artists and the welcome address Sunday
citizens have been and will be afternoon. Mt. Hermon Baptist v ti
present during the week to helpm Church, Rev. H. Perry pastor, r
eke this celebration a and Rev. P.H. Simmons, True ti rt
oFREV. Bind Church in Christ,will also 57 h '
be present The ministers will

preach, their musical organizations -

l will participate., ushers, and other groups aYk JA 1

Financial reports will be made
by Deacon Joe Amous and Deacon -
Joe Wooten. Rev. Garvin
I will make the closing remarks.
The anniversary dinner win fol,
low. 1a

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Holy Church Will


Sponsor ParadeChoirs

ALfX GARVIN The Male Chorus of Grant Memorial A.MJE. Church win celebrate the third anniversary apr, and fcMJWW Pearson, |!I VBKJBIK. Standing, 'from the left, are: Charley Ja1DII. '111
success. on Parade will be on Wednesday night June 12, at 8 p.m., in the main auditorium of the church. Professor. Williams, treasurer; Willie Stephens, James Cone and W. C. Drake, financial secretary.
Mrs. Hichman is Chairman. featured Monday night, June 10, Carter T. Lewis, founder, stands on the left Seated from the left, ares: Edward Morgan, Not shown are Robert T. Moore,miscellaneous treasurer, Albert Havens, critic, Amos ROle,
Deacon Joe Wooten is Co-chair at the Holy Church, Fourteenthand Otto McQueen chaplain; William Ellison reporter; Harold Baker, John Wesley Jones, reRlcbard Person and Mrs. Kathryn McKentle, organist Among guest groups appearing will
man. Grunthal Streets. Many cording secretary and director; Eugene Wannabaker, first vice president and business man- be the Female Chorus of Zion Hope Baptist Church.

On Wednesday night, June 5, choirs and singing groups will ------- _
Mr. Maylor Woolen gave the appear. Choir Mo. I of the
welcome address. Mrs. WootenIs church will open the program. Queen Of South Masonic Degrees Greater Macedonia Will
also reporter for the church. Other participants will be Missionary

Rev munity N.McCra A.M.E.,,and were Union present.Com Mrs. Man Fen,0 Missionary I a n. Missionary Jones, Chapter Will Met |, CHURCH NEWS | Will Be Conferred Celebrate Youth I AnnualGreater I

Walker of Jenkins and the
i Rev II. pastor HarrisSt.neers. June 15
Greater $L Matthew Baptist Proceeds will go for Women's Queen of the South ChapterNo. Macedonia Baptist Church will celebrate Youth Day
Church accompanied by bis Day on July 14. MissionaryMack 105 O.E.S., will meet June First tad second degrees win Sunday, beginning with the Sunday School, with Nathaniel Single-
COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
11 at S at the Masonic ton. Jr..
and teachers In
p.m.,
congregation participated.I Is chairman. Bishop M. be conferred on a class of Maionlc charn.
Rev. H. Jackson and the Soul Saving Band
'I Temple, 410 Broad St Worthy Brooklyn Prayer The morning consecration and Musician, M 1 s s Gall Ham
Rev E. M. Tolbert, pastor of Baker Is pastor.Little -degree candidates on June
win render service at 6 p.m., In the church auditorium Sunday -
Matron Queen
B. Williams has devotions monds Directress Mrs. M. L.
St.. Peter Baptist Church wu 15 at the Masonic Temple-410 will begin at 10:45.: ; ,
in the Interest of Dual The will be
Day. program sponsored .
announced this u the last meetIng Music will be furnished by Choir Polite.
I present With his official set. Rock Broad street. The cornerstone
by Rev. H. Owens. On June 14 Rev. W.L. Williams will
Dues No. 4. Usher Board No. t win The evening worship will begbt
: laying planned for Jane 16
Mummer render service in the church auditorium for Dual Day Deacon ,
icon should be has serve The message win be at 630. Rev. Wright will speak.
Joe Amous delivered been postponed.
: T. Jenkins Is the Sunday School begins at 9.30 with
:
sponsor.
Baptist Church given by Rev. H. H. Wright Weekly activities are u follows -
the welcome address on Thursday All Master Masons will ,
the and in The
teachers
superintendent charge morning worship
night. Churches were Greater Shiloh Baptist assemble at the Emanuel Bap pastor of the Evergreen Baptist : Monday, Christian Aid*
at 11 and the at 6
begins a.m., evening worship p.m.
Church Jacksonville Fla. Society, 7 p.m., Deacon James
New Bethel Baptist, Rev. Church Plans Tom Rev. R. J. Crawford, pastor, will speak at the services Usher tilt Church at Z.30 on June ,
and of the First Mellon In charge Tuesday j
Plans Tea M Baptist Church ;
C.E. Smith pastor; Revelation Big for toe celebration of St.Joan's .
1 the
Board No. and Choir No. 1 will serve throughout day.
Baptist, Rev. C.L. Telfalr and Thumb WeddingThe Prayer services will be every Tuesday at 730. Da,. R. R. Pettlford, of Atlantic Beach. night, ':30, Prayer Meeting and .
Ephesians Baptist, Rev W. L. Illustrious Grand Treasurer Deaconess Board No. 1 will Bible Study with deacons, the
Bell, pastor. District No. 1 and DistrictNo. Shiloh Baptist Church Kin- UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST and a ,thirty-second degree meet after the morning wor superintendent and teacher In'
7 of the Little Rock Baptist degarten will present a Tom ship. The missionary charge Wednesday night I
On tonight Friday, June 7, School at 9.30 with Mrs. Lula M. Robinson Mason, will give the occasion' Society ; P.O.
the welcome address will be Church will present a Calendar .Thumb Wedding at Its graduation and Sunday teachers in begins The lesson will be reviewed Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck will will meet at 330. B.T.P.U. Choir No. I and Choir No. 3 ,
delivered by C. Hall. Rev. R.B. Tea Sunday, June 9, at exercises Sunday, June 9, by the pastor or charge Us appointee. Deacon topic D. B. Pollard and speak. He Is rod) chaplain win begin at 5.30: with the will rehearse; Thursday, noon,'
Logan and Community Baptist 3.30 pja. Rtv. Hlghtower of at 1:30 In the auditorium of and pastor of Grant Memorial following persons In charge: Missionary Society prayer
Deacon Robert will be In of Choir
Church will be present, u well the Second Baptist Church will the church. Dewitt T. Hughes, King charge devotions. A.M.E. President, Lena Melton Chap. meeting; Friday night,rehearsal. I
Lewis
I win with Usher Board No. t. Deacon
u Rev. G. Allen pastor, and speak Tables win be Jjdgedu: m, win be the green. Jacqueline No. and Deacon serve along D. B. Pollard and Deacon Robert win Master Masons of Donl and lain. Lomaz Butler; Secretary Choir No. land Choir No.4,
Perry King
to attnC 'IDIIU. Mrs. Sarah Am Fowler will be the Am ooettt Austin Bible Drill District No. 4's meeting Dls-
Community Baptist and New adjacent counties win be at the ; ; ;
be in el devotional at Choirs No. 1 and No. t
Brooklyn Baptist Church, Rev. Mills is chairman Rev. W.C. bride. Mrs. Justine S. Henderson charge night Masonic Temple, 410 Broad .Leader., Tyrone Merchant; trlct No. Ts meeting with Mrs.
and 3 will sing Lewis Perry will make remarks. Deacon A.J.
Mitchell Is pastor. is supervisor. St, In their quarterly district Group ;aptainShuonBowmalt; Jesttoe Mete, 1S32 East 30th,
Robinson chairman the'deacon; board and Deacon
Major meeting. The third degree will Special Features, Annette Anderson St., at I p.m. Mrs. Bessie..
Hicks, chairman of the trustee board, will make remarks. and
Anthony Henderson Merchant Is reporter. K
be conferred under the direction ;
Rev. F. Brown will be the guest speaker. He will be introduced -
e by Rev. Gobbons. Rev. Jake Ray, Jr., is pastor. Mrs of Worshipful Muter E. M.

Leomla MOler'ls reporter: The church located. at 61J. .Pippin Plerce.llenrtS1III.1II0III1s dls-
Street Irlc'. deputy.') ..'tor d Pallbearers' -1 (Jacksonville .Posit|i


BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Meet TuesdayThe Will Hear of Meet
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Deacon Eugene Sawyer, Second Baptist ...
0 Mrs. Ullie Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fend in charge. The Grand Union Pallbearers Jacksonville Post No. 197 wiU%:

morning service begins at 11 a.m. The Home Mission Society Will Lodge No. Ul win meet Tuesday meet Friday at I p.m. June \
will be "U charge of the dining room. B.T.U. begins at 8 p.m. Celebrate night at 7:30 p.m., In Mt ,.
The evening service begins at 6 p.m. Talent Night! will be sponsored Ararat Baptist Church's Educational Echoes will be given from
after the service at 730. Mrs. GUberta Jackson will be Youth Day Builllng. The election of the recent department convention
to charge of the adult choir. Usher Board No. I will serve officers will be held.Miss Marguerite at Clearwater The post.,
throughout the day Mrs Vivian Wilson u reporter Children's Day will be observed Dennis to president tad the auxiliary will worship!

FRIENDSHIP MISSIONARY BAPTIST at Second Baptist an day Mrs. Amanda Blue is reporter. at St Stephen's Baptist Church,

PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY (JUNE 15)) 1 1SAVE Sunday School begins at 930. The morning service opens at SIII a1:The activities will begin to Almeda at 11 a.m. June 3.

,... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... .... ... .... ... ... ... ... .... ... .immmmmmmmffmmmKern .: all 11 am.day. The District Gospel No.Chorus 5 will and hold Usher Us monthly Board No.meeting 3 will Sunday serve 9.30.: with, Ine the pastor Sunday will School reviewthe at Allen Chapel be The held installation June tl. New of officers members to,I

I. at the church at B p.m. Deacon Prime Is leader. District No. lesson. Consecration for the Will are welcome. WUliard Morris,
: X240GAIIOHI 4 HiGlossENAMEL I I win bold the monthly meeting Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Deacon deacons, oeacanssses, ushers HostQuarterly is commander.Harris .
4 and choirs win be held at IOU
Robert Kendrick Is leader. Rev. Remus" Smith pastor,
I will attend the Sunday School and B.T.U. Convention 'Thursday ajn. Meet Singers (
: LOXON EXTERIOR :; ;, night, June 13, in Atlantic Beach. He will be accompanied by The morning worship begins at Presiding Elder A.R.Richard
I Choirs No. I and No 3 and by Usher Boards No. S and No. 3. 11 a.m. Rev. Sams, pastor,will son will hold the second quarterly Will Give Musical:
The evening worship! begins at 7 p.m. speak. The Baptist Training Union conference at Allan
will be held at 5:45.: Evening The Harris Gospel Singers'will
MASONRY PAINT : wk Chapel A.M.E. Church Sunday appear Sunday, June I;
GRANT MEMORIAL A.M.E. worship begins at 7 p.m.The He will preach at both major at 1 the Revelation
Kem The Sunday School at 9.30 with Mrs. weekly activities Includethe p.1Dr.at
I 1 begins Kathlyn McKenzie, services. The business session Baptist Church Fourth and
of Faith Hour".Tuesday. ,
1 n.1 Re cly-lo-u e.Covers uni 4 I Hi Gloss 1 assistant superintendent, in charge. During the morning worship "Prayer. The will follow the evening services. Evergreen Rev. Telfalr is pas
formly. Alkali and mildew 4 I e11aMOt Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck, pastor, will speak Choir No. I and teachers' council Sunday will School beheld Rev J. C. Bannerman is pas tor. Mrs. Owen Bast1A will be
and Usher Board No. I will .
The
IX serve. promotional ezerclsesof tor.
resistant. Wide selection to charge.T2iiiII2.
Friday at 7
pjn.
the Sunday School will be
of new colors.The 4 I 1T presented during the morning
service *
.....:. c_ PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH
... 1 Ir ST.
-
-' 4S '" Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Deacon Edward Jefferson Glendale Flower
'. $5 4 \ superintendent, and teachers in charge The lesson will be
,., .
; ..
'
: .j GAUOH 4 ; reviewed by an appointee or by the pastor. The morning Club Celebrates,
: ... (1 1 worship begins at 10:45 with devotions Deacons Love and
/ :, ..Q:: rr .f Regular 7.IS 4 I and Brilliant exterior color wood For or Interior metal 1 Parsons will be to charge. At 11 a.m. the pastor will be in The Glendale Flower Club win

h... ....? ... :: .... ......4 / urtacct. Llad-free-sue: l charge of the processional Choir No. t, the Youth Choir, celebrate the fourth anniversary
June at Brooks
1 for children a toys (dial 1 ,win serve all day B.T.U. starts at 5 p.m., with Mrs. C.B.; Sunday, 9,
1 torboatt.outdoorlumlture.SPECIAL' 1 Parson In charge. The evening worship! begins at 6 p.rn. Prayer House.trom 4 to 6 p..

new, modern to 1 IFLEXCAULK" The pastor will speak at both major services. Rev. E. E. Appearing on the program will
Dexall wl/r :.I/ulkl Taylor is pastor. The church is located at 716 Stonewall. be Mrs. Alice Johnson mistress 7Jff811I
.. of ceremonies and Mrs I
"" TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Ellen Jones, Miss fen Benjamin

School at 9.JO Hessie Mrs. Elisabeth West,
Sunday begins Superintendent Solomon
D'Hfrt lion old Con- *NATIONAL MOJO
ityit caulMrt I I TfUfHOMt CALL M SHOW
tam' 3 Butyl rubbtr lor minmum fttiN'ty I I .In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by L.V. Jones, teacher.At Mrs Bonnie Frailer Mrs
longttt lift. Wtatbtr't'ght' 88Lifor.J3.98 11 a.m., the morning worship! will feature a musical pro- Priscllla Wilson, Mrs. Evelyn
D'OtKtNl.arOU"df.ttnOrWmdOwItt. 1 S 166 $288 gram. Rev W.E. Young pastor will speak. Usher Board Not Martin, Mrs. Alberta Parsbyand I 011 mAL nscz L
I PINT I I
P rirct seal made. around plumbing tit- 1 will serve. All districts meet at the church at 330. The teac Mrs. Bessie Pbelps.
turf. ICintt Cl all, kmdl. 4/10 av,>! L - at 730. The Boston Singers, Deacon Do you have questions about the big- r
urjurIiIiIiTJ Fred McQuay, Horace G. Williams lest crisis our nation has
> >TiTiLIiTiIiTiTiIiliIiIiIiIiIiIiIiliUt1iIiIiliIiIJiIiliTiTi iTiT>I>l>lil>Iii>IcO GREATER NEW JERUSALEM. Mrs. Hogan will be In faced, the ever \
Services will be held with Bryce Grant In charge. The Sunday charge of music. The Traveling racial crisis?
Bring in this FREE !
and SAVE 3 00 School will open at 9.30 with Rev. D. Rhodes, superintendent Stars will sing. Ladles at 'Do you have suggestions yOU' ld like a
coupon FOOT WOODSTEPLADDER The lesson will be reviewed Rev Richard to make to
In charge by the Champion Savings and the Black and the White
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY4"HOUSE ft Aver. The morning services will begin at 11 ajm, with Choir' Charity Club will be guest.Mrs. leadership about how to
with this coupon No. I and Usher Board No. I giving service. Important badness Bessie E. Mason Is presidentMrs. Do want solve it?
with purcr-a 01135.00or will be part of the Sunday service, at 3 p.m. The Willing Martha Williams Is re you to hear what other
= PAINT BRUSH $991 more any Shtrwm- Workers, and the Choirs union will be In charge of services porter. ordinary citizens ask people John
Allular William Pamti,
Limit Lindsay and
100% nylon,"Vilvituid Tip*Ptrftctly bilincii Gsy to hintfi. one to I cutlomar. Stokely Carmichael and
what sort of
IjIIiliIiIJlliIiIJiliIiliIiIiliTVtililililJiIlIiliIililiIl iIiMilJiIillIlIiIiIiliIiIiIil' GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTBT Women's with? Make answers they come up ,
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with Superintendent R. yourself heard and hear it

THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. McKlnnon and teachers In charge. The morning service begins Convention Plans all on NIGHT CALL, the new, nation
at 11 a.m., the evening service at 530. The Junior Choir and wide telephone call-in show
t= the D. B. Barnes Choir, the Junior Usher Board and the D. B.; New Zion Meet
14.JJII IM.MI..e.d4q Barnes Ushers will serve all day The chairman of the Women's WRHCl1:3D: P.N.Ti' 12:311: J.
352 hA Mn.t |"' 7rneui'' ...Citp-aNw .Day Programs asking all presidents and captains to report on The Women's Convention '
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7"U1"4.Joc.h.ydI. fltMOtCheck &...o..k.cHet"IIIt their votes Sunday. Prayer meeting will be at 7.30 Tuesday. auxiliary to the IblonSt es 2 Tkrnii Friday ;
.... --.. a-0.10,.... Bible Study will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. D.B. Baptist Association, Mrs. C.J. Call
770eIt..d.. ..1104. ...*"" 4* 7/1'lira UI.U7" 4 i: Barnes is pastor. The church is located at 1363 Harrison Williams, president meets Collect 2127493311PAGE
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'k"....... II w 5ue7w.kN..i" Fernandlna Beach, at 10 a.m. : ct Churches
.. Attend The Church Of National Catholic Office
:nun e.3a7 Mrs. J.W. Marshall and Mrs. for RadIo and TelevJsJo, ;
our Liberal 1 im. Payment Plans Florida Council or churches
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.Sixty Fifth East Florida-Bethany Baptist Convention Meets In Atlantic Beachi




Dedication Mt. Canaan I Mrs. Mary Goodman Friendship Baptist Church

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1 Choir Will Celebrates AnnualMrs.
Will Entertain DelegatesThe
Mary Goodman will cele

\. Honor Founding brate her fourth Anniversary
Sunday :light in the Mt. Ararat sixty-fifth annual session of theSunflay School and B.Y.P.U.

Choir No. n of Mt Canaan Convention of the East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association

Baptist Church will hold its will meet In the Friendship Baptist Church,Atlantic Beach, from
eighth anniversary Monday, June 12 to June 16 Rev.B H.Hartley Is moderator. Rev George

. June 10, at 8 p.m. The seventh Curry Is pastor of the host church.
anniversary of the president, The theme will be "Teachingand Daniels of Mt Vernon Baptist '

r Mrs. Mary Slater, will also Training In the Church." will serve as alternate. Toe
{ be held. The Jacksonville The motto will be "All Out for educational rally will be conducted *
Height Gospel Chorus will be Christian Education." by Rev. George Price.

the serving choir Rev J.M. The pre-conventlon program On Saturday morning at 10

Haileton is pastor. Mrs.Gloria will be Wednesday, June 12, at a.m. the devotions will be led
ttt Stalling is secretary. Mrs.lnei 8:30 p.m., with the welcome by messengers from Mt Sinai,

,. Y e Wright is president program coming from the First New Zion, St Thomas,
/ sand '" Friendship Baptist Church Evergreen and Sprlnghill

I \tJ.S" .. L Deacon Arthur Brown, superintendent Baptist Churches. R.ev. J. 1..
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Mt. Salem. ': MART-GOODMAN of the Sunday Schoolof Davis will speak. He is pastor
Friendship Baptist Church of the First Baptist Church
Baptist Church annex, 16th and of Jacksonville, will respondto In Mandarin. The alternate will

Baptist Will Myrlte Avenue the welcome. be Rev. C. C. Brown of First

Among participating musical On Thursday morning devotionals New Zion. Rev. G. L. MCall
Have Youth DayYouth group will be: The Golden will be conducted by will supervise the memorial
The Cllftones The
Jubilees, messengers from Mt. Vernon services. The election of officers -
Sunbeams, The Art Goodman Baptist, Jacksonville; St. John will follow.On .
Day will be observedat
:, +y nr i'' t 4ftM ,t Community:: Choir, Choir No.3
1ks > 1: l" Mt Salem BapUs' Sunday, Baptist, Orange Park; Mt. Sunday morning at 930
Chorus
.4 and the Male
and No
# c School Pleasant Green Cove Springs; Superintendent J. L. Chatman
beginning with the Sunday ,
2 : 4 at 9:30. of Jubilee.Mt. Ararat Admission and the Is free.Sons of and Mt Morhh._alatka; St.REV. .. of Mt Ararat, and the superintendent

of Friendship of
Mrs. Smirley Kohn Is general
chairman. Miss Casandra Atlantic Beach, will, be in.

.. ... Edward, a Junior at William Mi. ZionSouthside charge. Miss Louise Perkins of
-.' H X rrttjAV ...* iV", *. .. Raines High School will be sc Mt Vernon Baptist will givethe
When the Veterans Gateway Barracks was dedicated at 1509 Is shown reading the dedlcatiorlal message from the National the speaker. At 4:30 the Home txJ general! review. Rev. H. H.

.J Kings Road among the outstanding guests was Commander Headquarters. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Dukes, Treasurer, is shown Mission Society will hold Its Plans Wright, pastor of the First
William A. Sheffert of Port Charlotte. Commander Shetfert standing. Photo By-BOB SMITH monthly meeting The Sunday Baptist Church and of the

School and B.T.U. Congress New Dedication Evergreen Baptist Church, will
win meet June 12 through June speak. Choirs and choruses will
Youth
Announces State JerusalemBaptistHas
Mt. Zion Unit
18. Toe annual men's day will The Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church assist.
be observed on June 23.'Rev. Soutside Road will dedicate Its Toe Mission Hour will be held

Conference For AugustBishop NightFor Youth Has Listed W.L. Rogers Is pastor. Mrs.C. pews on Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev.R. .. Y M at 2:30. The Convention Chorus

Sampson Is reporter. The V. Webster, pastor of the: will sing. Rev. Dallas Graham,
Every Tuesday night A youth Fashion Show church Is located at 12S1 West Church of the Master, win pastor of the Mt Ararat Baptist
E. C. Hatcher, the Presiding Bishop of the AME Cburch program Is presented at Jerusalem 22nd. speak. Bishop Hatcher is expected Church of Jacksonville, will
In Florida: and the Bahama Islands held a Statewide Planning
Baptist Church. 2933 Old
Auxiliary Board No. 3 of Mt to be present Rev. C. preach.
Meeting on Monday, June 3 following the commencement service St Augustine Road, Southslde. will Jenkins Officers of the convention:
Zion Church pastor.
A.M.E. -
- In the B. F. Lee Auditorium of Edward Waters College. At this present Emanuel Revival
'. On Wednesday night the regular a FashlM Tea on Suntij: President of the Sunday School,
meeting he expressed his gratitude for having been returned to midweek prayer service takes Deacon W. 0. Patterson,Financial .
June 23 at the Y.W.C.A. 528
Q serve for another four years as the Episcopal Head of the place. On Thursday night Bible West\ Eighth, Street, from,four Will End TonightThe OES Council Will Secretary, Miss Clara

.. Eleventh Episcopal District. The Ministers and Laymen from study Is featured, nth the until seven o'clxk. This tea Merett; President of the
throughout Florida were present In large numbers to greet pastor In charge. Sunday School Is under the direction of Mrs revival meeting Is still Plan for Confab I DM.U9 GRAHAM B.Y.P.U., Deacon A. rViclpre.ldent .

4"I and welcome Bishop and Mrs E. C. Hatcber. begins at 9:30 with Superintendent CourtitCarley.. Mrs. Fannie In progress and will close Fri Mark, New Berlin. Rev. C. of the B.T.P.UI
-The Missionary Women, sently under construction. H. D, Stngletary In day. Baptism will follow the Deacon Morris Mann;FinancialSecretary
with Mrs.Hatcher S. Williams Is president And Matron's Council No. 1, OES, Donnell of Mt. Pleasant, Green
following a meeting Bishop Hatcher announced a charge. The morning worship Rev. Chan E. Toston, min service. Sunday School begins at will meet at the Masonls Hall, Cove Springs, will speak on, of the B.T.P.U.,Miss
1e. the Episcopal Supervisor State Young Peoples Meeting begins at 11 a.m.Lthe evening iate- 9;30 with Superintendent Mamie 913 Jefferson Monday, at 6 the name Moderator B. H. Debris Suns;Joint Treasurer,
4e > presented flowers u an that will be held August 5 to service At 6 the .
., p.m. sermons Fields and Deacon George Smith p.m. All matrons Are expectedto Hartley will present the Mrs R. B. Aaron; Joint Recording
oI. expression of their affection 9 ud asked that the membersof will be delivered by the pastor In charge. The lesson topic will be present. Business of Importance president He will Also deliver Secretary, Mrs.
and appreciation for the the AME churches and friends William Towns reporter Rev Doretha Smith. Pianist Mist
WinnerN be reviewed by an appointee. will bt transacted. the morning sermon with Rev ,
I.S leadership: she gives the Missionary will open their homes b Lelp R. W. Jackson, pastor. Consecration Is held at 10:50. Plan will be completed for the G. T. McCall of the ML Vernon Audry Smith; Music Director,

Society of the District bouse the more thad,000401.- The deacons will be In charge one-day session In Orlando July Baptist Church as Alternate.Rev. Rev A. J. Hughes; Chairman
I. Because of the illness of the gates expected: to be In of the Executive Board Rev
of the
morning devotional ,
r 6. Lady Lois Haganc 1* Royal R. McKlsslck of the Bethel
Paul Lee who has served
- Rev. attendance at Edward Waters Baby Contest t Communion will be administered President. Lady Juinlta Me- Baptist Institutional Baptist will C. L. Culver
PresldJig Elder In the
a
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College The palatial Episcopal at 2 JO with the pastor "
I : Clinton Is reporter. speak oo 1bt Church In ICs
; Orlando, Florida Conference, resident has been completely Rev. S.L. Badger speaking. At MS
- Will End At Teaching Program. :
: the Sword District was eonMRS. -
. repainted Inside. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and the youth will be in charge,
The members of the Episcopal J a Usher Boards No. 1 and No. Club
"Never
Ja, A. L.Fleming With their theme as
. Commute from Florida were Unity Church I will serve. Mrs. Marian Car- Alone. Superintendent St. John'sBaplisf
'tI fid a Reverends F. A. Allen 3. C. ter and C.B. Fisher will tin Lee, pastor of the SprlnghlU

Williams and W. Bradley and Toe baby contest sponsoredby charge of the music. Chooses Officers Baptist, will speak along with Will

Mr*. Mary Jenkins the Unity of Faith Church, Rev L. M. Jones of F.AB.

I The Stile Laymeos meeting 3118 North' Myrtle, will come ,J Names Mew LeadersThe Green Cove Spring M. Rev, Hold Youth Day !
A will b* fetid at Mt..OUU AME, -
to a close Sunday evening,June. W. C. MitchelL
Orlando, Rev. S. M. Peck: 9, at 4 p.m.Appearing. Florida Baptist A.L.F1.mluIChaptu met At 7tM p.m. Rev. R. Smith
Sunday June 9 will be Youth
f N pastor, July S, 4, and 8. Bishop on the program will last month and elected officers.Deputy of Friendship Baptist,Jacksonville John's,
Y Day at St Baptist Church
Hatcher announced the following Owen! B. Williams warin

will His alternatewill
be the Sunbeam speak.
GospelSlngers. Women List ,
Gartrel L. SIms assistant
schedule for the Annual charge. ,
the Sunrise Gospel Singer: And be Rev David Johnson
ll'lM\ Conferences Greater Florida Elected were: Mrs. Emma minister of West Friendship
: South Jacksonville
the Voices of Jerusalem, A* of Bethel
SPENCER will be the
Conference, New Bethel well u other. Mr*. Gltberta JOHN Confab Watkins, past worthy matron; On Friday, June 14, at ':SO Baptist, speakerat
John above wu tilt 11 service. All
'I1nc'L September 23 to 29; Jackson will be mistress of Spencer, seen Mrs. Edna B. Calhoun worthy the devotions will be conductedby .
HATCHLK West !Florida Conference, St ceremonies. The Junior Choir Youth For Beauty Chairman of The First MasstonaadFellow- matron Mrs. UU1aD T.W1laon, messengers from Macedonia youth choirs and usher will
nhp' James Marianne October 7 the twenty-ninth annual convention ship Conference for All Florida associate matron; Sentinel erv*.
solldated with the other three of the Unity of Faith Church Grace, Little Rock, Mt Tabor,
of the Blossom In the worship the all-
Orange evening
to 13, Orlando Florida Conference will sing. Elder Laney. White Baptist Women will be held Mrs. Nellie Haley; Warden and Mt Camel. Rev. J. H.
tpII' Districts of the Conference, St James, Sanford. and Anderson of First Born Cosmetologist recently In June 26 at the Lake Yale Baptist Mrs. G. Hatcbtr; Conductress, Harris ofEbeDt&lrSoutUack- church seminar and workshop
and because of the brotherly Winter Haven. He Is shown will The theme will be
S.J October 14 to 20; Central, will be present' Assembly, near Eustls, Mr*. Flouts Wile; Associate sonville, will speak on the begin.
spirit of Bishop Hatcher Rev admiring a trophy received.Mrs.Barbara : "Tbe Nature and Function of A
Florida Conference Greater Fla on State Road 452. It conductress, Mrs.Joanna Jack.
theme "The Church in its
A will be bald ,
.00 singing program "
to// Lee will receive $200 per Church. At the conclusion of
Gainesville. November will be sponsored several ion Treasurer Mr*. JohnnyM. "
Bethel by ,
; E.R.
Rev.
June 8 at 8 30 Training Program.
month his illness. Bishop Saturday, : p.m.
during the A movie "What Is
study
'aL1, Hatcher announced following 4 to 10; Tampa, Florida Conference There Is no charge. Elder M. I organisations. One Is the Brown; Secretary, Mr. Simpson of Zion Hope will hear the Church?" will be shown.PALMER'S .
,
New November Woman's Convention Juanita TUlman.
appointments: St Paul, Ft. Bethel B. Harrington Is pastor. Elder White auxiliary reports frqm the program com
18 to 24 South Florida Center- to the Baptist General Stale
McCall cl
A. RoortU ; White Is assistant pastor And mlttee. Rev G. T.
Pierce Rev J. ,
'I. Bethel,,Mliml, Rev T.S.John ence, Bethel Pompano Beach, Elder Laney Is sponsor. Presents Pianists Convention, Inc. Another Is theWomto' Union LeadersAnd Mt Vernon will be In charge
December I to 8; Nassau Miss'nary! aod Educational of the membership report Rev.
II son; Payne Chapel, Sneed Weit Palm Mt. Conference, Ministers Wives Convention, auxiliary Citizens Hold Meet John Payne of Second Baptist II "SKIN SUCCESS"
E.
Beach Rev. F. ,
: L. Center, Nassau Bahama, December The pluu student of Mr*. to the Progressive State Coo- Jacksonville will be In charge
Hollandle Rev.
rt Herman, 13 to 15. Barbara W. WtJ.e will be presented vention. Two other are the OINTMENT
30 Jacksonvttle-
On May at the
H. HoUi.il. Mt. Herman, Opa- of the Bible Readers.
'J First t b riUUl on We&: aday > Wonwi's Miisi.mrAnd International JRI tn tan Mitsn MO nee miTHuM
Sheraton Hotel The will hold the 'IMIUTMI M* UMM
youth nest
ion June 12, at 7:30 p.m., EducatUi Convention: of West .
representatives of two unions uit TOK watt IMVWI Miutu. MMM
ndu Ben yolenlGroup devotions at 215.: Rev. A. J. ....
in the parish aaltti-'m: ifSt Florida Progressive Convene t uw rtici ash wu area
and Hiward .
Eugene Courtney
Hughes of St, John Baptist will ......
Churs'j .
I Phillip Episcopal Ito, and the WomcifU.cta-: Richardson met with riuicrturn tuctttr .
many
be Is St located a: Pearl and Unlii Union to t b be In charge of the Social Com IMM. w oral Ml tear d Ml
sty auxiliary t .
leader of Jacksonville, In the mlttee. Rev T. J. Daniels of nfl sam 4 ll l II IM KM*.
Streets. Florida Baptist Coovoitlox The >i i CM** aid
Interest of getting their support Second Baptist will supervisethe = II ffflttMMt IM w. ft* .iflfftM
'" Matthew's Guest Students to be presented are: them will be "Today's u to f orwar ling the unionization work of the Missionary |M> "M kM <*H_ try MIMI1UM
Wanda Gantt, BrendaTorrence, Woman In Today: WorU.'* of restaurant hotel and fWCltr tWIWII 4 M MMIMI
Committee. At 7 SO the kMM. ralifl kM UW fc kMMM
: song '
Lav ADO Joins, Valerie Mer. Mrs. Annie Brigham, Mr*. .. ._
.
Toe thirteenth Grand Assembly service employees.This service will be conducted awn i itrMM 4""*" !n
, of the Independent cur Cleopatra SumpGf.Gleon Susie C. Holley, Mrs Clyde.B. was A Joint meeting. by -r.
choirs from St.
Hall. Renee Jackson Rosemary Lipscomb: and Mrs. H. B. John 0III.44c lunar .
Benevolent Association of Richardson Is an International Jacksonville FAB. Green Ol. II till taw
,
America Inc., Rev. C. L. Series Renee Scrlvea, Keith Miller will preside. Registration Representative of the Hotel and Cove Springs and from Mt ICMOMVSIfflttOn n eau fir
ii1iBLSHOP Hopkins, Valerie Bellamy, should be made wits! the
Culver, grand president will Restaurant Employees' Union Carmel
Baptist. Rev. James ear MUD-TOUE rtOTlCIIOIin
convene with the St. Matthew Wanda Kennedy Eleanor Hall, Women's Missionary Union, with offices in Memphis.Courtney Bryant of St Mary's Baptist M*a.H-Ma.G tern vMicMiMH
Karen Taylor, AUhei McCoy, 1230 Heodrlcks And must be H "MM inum **. H kmtf
International
Baptist Church Moncrief at Is an .. .. .
South Jacksonville choirs and friuM II I( t* OH MMMl
tech, from June 12 through Gloria: Rest And Debra Cole- made by June 15.: Authorities oo Representative of the Railway ushers, will be present, Rev. }W..m...,.. ,......'r.'..arr.. MVI I. a..t"
June 14. Rev. George A. Price maD. transportation art Mrs Sarah Clerks International Union. Bryant will speak. Rev. C. C. MIMII **MUI MCCIU" IX
1* host pastor. The pubU Is Invl'xl t> this, Rice, And Mrs C.I Williams.Mr .

On the opening night St Matthew the first annual performanceof *. Gertrude< Barnes Is director -1968- 'II i
will be in charge. Rev. the group of public relations.

HATCHER Price will speak Church REV. W. STERLING CAREY
locks Rev George Champion, auxiliaries and officer will NEW YOKK-A prml>> : .,,' 'Negro GRADUATES & JUNE' BRIDES 1'I

Mt. Zion, Sebring Rev. W. J. participate. clergyman and civil rights DR. MARTIN LUTHER tING
'It Jackson St James Ft Toe business meeting will till leader has been chosen to lead Dice ID A lifetime .

I.t Lauderdale, Ref.lIectorSmltb; Thursday morning. On Thursday the 77 local churches of the x a
Mt. Zion,Oakland Rev.Richard night West Union Baptist United Church of Christ in the fflrmnriahi Special Jf ;

r Thlgpen; S.. Paul, Marathon, Church Rev. A. F. Cummings, New York metropolitan Area. 3rJ:
Rev. J. Malnor; St James, pastor, will be guest On Fridayat The Rev. W. Sterling Carey, item h I -Pl.mtii- Liimiiutrd Holy Card $1.00 ;
\ Pahokee. Rev. J. R. Thompson.' 10 A.m. Another business 40, minister of Grace Congregational hem -MC'muril1 Kt). Cliain ll<>M<'r :!.(HItiin > Oo ColorPictore PKRI. .' '
North Miami District, Rev. F. cession will take place. At 8 Church in Harlem, Is 3--Inujrc loh'llIllIlId Chain :t.M(

a A. Allen; Miami District, Rev. p.m. A musical program willbe the first Negro elected chief executive Item 4-Statue for Car 4.
S. A. Cousin; State Director of given. officer of the New York Item 5-Statue for home or office 5.00 ...Sludio Pictures..J .
Religious Education, Rev. J. Appearing on the program will Metropolitan. \ Association.: : Item 6 Flamed Color Portrait 6.00
B. Blacknell. be Harold T. Nairn Mr*. Among fid 38,000 church number Item Complete combination of above 20.00

Dr. George Gore, President Marine Dallas, Mrs. Catherine l Include lathe Association: New Brides or Brides To Be:
Special rates for all churches. business and social
of Florida AIM 'ilverslty! delivered Sampson Mrs. Rosa Harris" art most of the national executives
the ad4uII at the Deacon Walter Hunter and Mrs. of the UnitIeS Churchof organizations buying excess of 25 Items

commencement exercise for the Emma S. King. Mrs. Elsie T. Christ and some u f the Forinformaf! n (412) 391-3112 One Full Black& White Gown 8x1.0 Pictu e
Mr. most 1011 auti1' baslnns'Jiii ,
members of the graduating Sampson Is chairman. : 4
class 98 to a capacity audience. Emma WatHns: co-chairman. the nation. He take office ._.. ((11"Ina ityJcDaIix----------!: .._....

Bishop Hatcher delivered the. September 1. Only $3.95 Special Rates
Baccalaureate Sermon on Rev. Carey has been pastor of Remit to T& T Enleprises. Box 8764

..,. afternoon. Grace Church since 1958. He Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15221
Sunday Service
On Complete Wedding
Much credit and praise are St. Paul Ushers previously was minister'of the (Circle hem Numlicr and lint amount desired
due Bishop Hatcher and President Church of the Open Door,
1t.-. W. B. Stewart for the Plan Sunday MeetUsher Brooklyn from 1955 to 1958, 1 2 3 4 .5..8..7.,_._ Color Cap & Gown -Pictures.

t.I I Edward lXr-;'ear-old Waters College.institution A new And of Butlir Church Memorial, Youngstown Presbyterian NAME ........... 1968 Hixi School Graduates : full( living ColorlOB

450000.00 Science and Mathematics Board No. 2 of the St Ohla, from 19S3 to 1955. He Addnt .
Building Is under Paul A.W.t ChlU'ch"m meet has been national chairman and .. ? SMITH FASHION STUDIO
1 construction at Edward Waters Sunday, June 9, at the church, executive coor&nx: of the Clay ': SUito'! : ? Zip .

1Z 1 College. A 192 unit for the At is president.4:30 P.m. M.C. Chamber Justice Now of the United 'I "1-1. 1 2422 N. Myrtle Ave. At 15tb 356.9973' 7632llIf ,
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'ACT I r1HS ELOQUENCE; (!
THE FLORIDA STAR
THE eyes of mEiwoMur .' { ITw ne I""g!

lIRE THAH HOllE THEM,LEARNED EARS? ,\.' ,+ '

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NEWS By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

BLACK STUDENTS LEADING CAMPUS FIGHT FOR EQUALITY
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Published by the.Florida Star Publishing CorajJtnr
Some of the most remarkable young people in America todayare
the college students who have formed black student groupson

major campuses across the country
MEMBER tJ They're more than Just bright. They have a tremendous feeling

GS-(; mission.of pride andaprotoundsensdof It would be easy for

: them to play the game and turn ,,
NEGROERIC
P.ASATlON.M their backs on their heritage, + ;
but they don't.They have a great
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sense of identity with the black
and a Yale degree
masses getting
0. SIMPSON -- MANAGING EIITIIRILDA
i----J only strengthens their desire r
to overthrow the racism
VOBTEN -- CIRCILATION MANAGE which keeps their black
brothers down.
Their numbers very smalL

2323 NONCRIEF I6AI PRONE ELGIN 4.G1I2 The group I spoke to at Yalea
few weeks ago was a more
: T handful In comparison to the whole student body. That's one of
MAILING ADIIESS P CWHtI the reasons why they have banded together-only in unity can
0 they make their concerns heard by the larger society.

P.O. Hi 5SS IACRSINTIUE FLIRIBA 32211 Such groups are nothing very new in university life. Italian
students Join the Dante Socelty; Catholic students, the Newman .
Clubs; Jewish students, the Hillel Clubs; and others
MIAMI IFFICE exist too. So long as these young students avoid falling into

the trap of complete separatism, like some at one college who
5018 N.I. 7TN AVE. PHONE 751-3173 t demanded separate living quarters, they can contribute to a

healthy on-campus dealogue.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES ? They have made an impact on some schools already. At Colgate -
One Year, $12.00 Half Year $7.00 black students protesting a fraternity house
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States a center of racism, got enough) white support to close it down
At Columbia, militant students forced the school to stop
Subscription payable in Advance
r. the building of a gym which was a sumbol of the Harlem
Send Check or Money Order to: h community's long-standing resentments. At Duke, white students -

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 4tvae. Joined with blacks in a massive sit-Into compel the school
Jacksonville 1, Florida to pay a living wage to the mostly Negro campus workers and
custodial help.In .
I : several other colleges, black student groups were able to

NEGRO YOUTH MUST THE MISSING 'LINK' IN THE BLACK REVOLUTIONI get administrations to agree to add courses on Negro history
and contributions to America. Through their efforts, the iron
curtain of silence which amounts to ban
a on positive Information
THINK FOR() HIMSELFIn about Negroes, Is being lifted.
--- ----- These are impressive achievements for so few students to
our culture, "there Is a protocol of 1 make. None of the big name colleges has more than a handful
agreement" that flows from the procedures WWeekly I of black students. Don't be fooled by impressive headlines that

designed to reach decisions regard say a school is enrolling 200 percent more Negro students
than last year. In actual numbers, that only means another 20
ing problems.. But the, recent rash of I I or 30.OIIe.

student groups "taking over university I reason for this is that registrars don't look hard enough,
administrations" has discarded all con HOROSCOPE GUIDE : or they all want the same few scholarship winners who can take
ventional protocol. I I IBY their pick of many offers. Not enough schools art willing to
turn their backs
on rigid entrance requirements and provide
The reason for this, no doubt, is the
the
remedial work needed students who
t by suffered from inadequate
failure of administrations and "powera t PABLO The ASTROLOGER public schools. These Ivy League schools weren't so
th at-be" to react and act promptly on 1m- t choosy when it came to white boys who had good connections

protant problems affecting students. and graduated with a "gentleman's C" after four years of doing

Evidently the technique of "administration nothing.
t tt So a large part of the black
student's energies focused
take-over" has caught the public WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS :
: on getting the schools to enroll more Negroes, and also to hire
fancy, for it is operating at its height more Negro faculty members.

in France. In Francethe technique in this t tt. But another problem students are tackling Is that of trying
to get their schools involved in community problems. Irs
instance is very powerful; it maybefore it FOR
amazing to see a large university with elaborate research!
is all over, cause the ,present government t I facilities doing government work on how to abolish poverty

to crumble in defeat. la Latin America, and with a teaching staff of the brightest

There is a tendency for power structures- t. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL i experts on all subjects, and with budgets reaching Into the

whether in government, industry. education, hundreds of millions of dollars, not even aware" of the poverty,
_._ ._. __ ___ -1 discrimination and problems of the luna that starts right at
'. and politics-to ignore pressing problemsthat -- -- ---- -" -- the campus gates.If .

\ need immediate answers. Maybe this is black student groups have accomplished: much to date,
. true, because the officials hope that the .' tCANCER ,\11: the challenges facing them are still very great If*tough to be

'problems will disappear into oblivion. ARIES LIBRA CAPRICORN part of a tiny minority on a large campus many miles from

Although everywhere we bear the hearld, lOIN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC home. It's even while tougher keeping to up try with to change very demanding a rigid system school of work discrimination

"exert force and put down the riots, put 21ST APRIL 19TH 22ND JULY 22N0 23RD OCT. 23RB '2ND IAN. unD Preparing for meaningful careers has to be their major concern

down the student rebilllons, put down the Whtn since that Is the way they can be most useful the future.
? self-preservation. What is true It often is necessary Believe it or not Whatever Is o not flinch. It again Is
anti-Vietnam demonstrations and put down But I'm confident that these young men and women will be able
confront with the necessity to start doubting what you emphaslted by a Mars-Saturn
said or written and no matterb
"anything" etc. the new "take-over making a difficult decision, be read, bear or run into. Deceit y whom, it Is only wise to sextile aspect that domestic and to helping do it others, and that they from will turn their talents In the future to

procedure" is gaining momentum. With reference guided by the Instinct of self- and deceptions may be rife check for veracity and gainful activities are being con escape ghetto poverty.
interest or preservation. This during this rather muddled ducted along the most
to students, Columnist John Chaa- is one of tie most precious quarter. It may not even be accuracy.fetched and Rumors gossip can the product be far constructive Hoes possible PREJUDICE IS HARD TO KILLIn

berlain says that be feels sorry for them. gifts that nature baa bestowed wise to believe your own notions ot malicious tongues. Anything Consequently, when you run into 1962 the NEGRO DIGEST published an
Why does be feel sorry? Chamberlain 'says on us, and It would show utter or 1Dner prompUnp.Go strictly you are desirous of hiding could opposition: or criticism of any
that the student generation has been disregard far common sense by the book or the rules become public property la no sort, it would be more desirable article under the title: "The Approaching
not to make the use of to ignore it Death of James Crow." At the time it
"victimized by 20 of insensitive proper established by the most reliable time should caution be flungto completely and to ,
years It. Safety at work on the highways sources when a decision has to the winds. Any contacts with keep on going as intended Those seemed imminent that Jim Crow, Discrimination

administration, negligent teaching, and or anywhere else should.be be reached the press should be left In the who, in the past, have made and Prejudice (which are one in the
made the cardinal rule for the mistake
subtle collectivistic indoctrination that 8.90.22.19.91.598 bands of a competent associate of being obligated
the benefit of others u well u to others, financially or other- sense that "there are three persons in
has deprived it of any sense of the fact who knows exactly how to deal
that created yourself. Base decisions made with it, and bow to word any vise, may find themselves the God head" ) was about dead. But
our country was by .indivi
on this day on realism and for CEO facing legal complications that and he
public statements without really strangely enough he keeps alive,
duals who not afraid to tackle difficult
were cordial lead to
the maintenance! of an impasse, It is a
BORN JULY revealing anything of a personal parallels the age of the man who lived
situations on their own." relations in daily environments.t nature. Llbrans who are artists truism that be wnotravels alone,
Chamberlain has raised the question that 40 99 14.80.219TAURUS 2id AUG. 191k or otherwise in the limelight travels fastest and that the 969 years, according to the Old Testament.
one who works for oneself getsmore Prejudice, it seems, keeps alive and
find it to dls
may necessary
it is no wonder that we have student resistance -
Faith is unshifc*". NO matterboV done
discover thrives ignorance. McGill
a retreat that is upon Ralph
to the old conventions, because dark the present outlook 750881571758AQUARIUS
Inaccessible to all but their remarked that
"attitudes from
they feel the education they are getting IORN APRIL may appear, it is going to takea chosen visitors. stemming
I lot more than that to shake ignorance, or prejudice based on lack of
is fraud.Sometime
.
a 28TI MAY 2DJDon't the Leo confidence the future. 8 30'* -U.57.83S' knowledge almost
BORN IAN.i.OTI are intolerably expen
in their frenzy for militancy .
Even those who have been Jolted
fall for it. Whether you sive in a nation which is
highly plura-
Negro students get themselves in eobars* are not
are headed for emotional up* severely financially, SCORPIO FEB. lit
listic. It is
r sing situations.; For instance a number of heavals, a major financial likely to lose hope about their Why risk it? All through the attitudes of rudeness, pre-

I FAMU students are in trouble with the reverse, or complete protection abilities to recoup losses. The BORN OCT past months, it has been stres- judice and ignorance that complicate all

I, court with regards to the death of a youth from any of these developments, principal lesson to be 24TN NOV. sed that many Aquarians have national problems."
will depend mainly on the degreed assimilated during this quarter 22NDIt bad the opportunity of solidifying Then what must we do? Simply this: Hake
I in the uprising upon the death of Martin self-control: that can be is that one solid friend worth is work work. Constructive their economic ties and honest
Luther King, Jr. Fred Brooks, a former brought to bear. The dangers a thousand acquaintances. An- planetary forces are at work structures. And if anyone was an attempt to change our attitudes

Tennessee A&I State University student, are real, but so are the possibilities other sure test, in this inducing you to follow their prepared to benefit from previous which are weighed down with bias, pre-

has been sentenced to prison for refusing ot responding to the connection, is to determine who examples with a vengeance. security arrangements, judice, and hatred. It will take forthright
superior instincts that often is willing to give time and This happens to be the only there certainly appeared to belittle courage to do this, and most Americansare
to be drafted into the army. services, not to mention cash, sure to get the personal
keep"TtVtaDI out of trouble. way if anything, in the way. not willing at the time.
Brooks will soon find that his decision A collaborator or someone very unselfishly without demanding or Joint economy in tine shape The failure to take advantage present

regarding the draft will become a "thornin near and dear may be pressing a thing in return. along with the attendant security of the favorable conditions then DON 'I GET CAUGHT IN DRAFT REFUSAL
to into 6-10-66-14-58-618 features. There are contradictory could find
the flesh" for the rest of his life. .you plunge speculations: many now holding
or any equally. unsound proposition. influences pressing the bag and wondering what to
It will bar him from getting a good Job- VIRGO many to start a new venture, do next Marrying for love and Although a youth has a right to express

and surely Brooks must eat to live. 9 20 Tl 16.59.927 or to capitalize one that holds companionship is certainly a his sentiments against the war in Vietnam,

It is wise for a person to look before BORN AUG. much promise on the surface. matter to be taken, seriously but never for a moment should he think he

leaping. GEMINI 5I3RQ SEPT. 22NO 7.70.88.18.71.747 and to accept.' can escape serving in the army. The requirement -

Luck steps in. The big event SAGITTARUS 6.20 11.14.27.621PISCES that qualified males shall serve
IOIN MAY
highlighting this quarter is the in the armed forces is as "plain the
"GHETTO" IS NOT THE RIGHT WORDHow as
21ST J JUNE 21ST. entry of mighty Jupiter in your BORN NOV. BORN nose on your face.
one says something often gets the Sun sign. It is a beacon for FEB.
Now
.
J3RD DEC. 21ST. a youth can burn his
best results. And we have witnessed how Which shall it be? There areas many who are being tossed' n.! MAR. 20TB draft card if
What do feelings ? he wants, he can tear it
semantics in relation "black many constructive as there about In the troubled seas of say up, he can muti-
to
power" are destructive 1D uencesbuUdI.DI their environments by circumstances Sentiment and experience may The hour strikes. This may late it or dip it in mud.This is his right
,defeated the cause of the Negro activists up. Round up strong over which they haveno team up to suggest one course be termed the critical quarter but he will surely pay for his actionsandmake
--exemplified by SNCC (Snick) The failureto support and act only in concert control. Those who alreadyare of action. Practical considerations when people must decided to. no mistake about
'
it.
have any consistent definition of with those who advise moderation occupying a seat reservedfor and assumed future make or break up. While old
"black power" another deterent to and prudence. This may the leaders can strengthentheir interests may do likewise to ties may be severed new ones College students who turn in their draft
was
prevent, or at least diminish tenure by using authority recommend an entirely different may be in the preparatory cards will be subject to immediate call-
I : the movement. the impact of the adverse developments firmly but with the greatest of line of action. The same stages. Pisceans who are in the ups. The law means just what it
We come now to the tern "ghetto" used that could threaten tact and good judgment. It also may be said of the rest of this housing business or who own It follows says.
most widely these days.The word "ghetto"is domestic felicity and personal would be of considerable helpto problematical second quarter. property, should dad this perioda then as clear as the night is
I inapropos description of the relationship. The Ceminlans possess substantial cash and The opposing forces appear to profitable one in many from the day, that the male who violates
I as a
I who simply cannot contain their tangible resources Just in case be about equally divided. The respects. Splits may be due to the military draft in any unlegal manner
quarter, or district, or, alas, in many pent-up feelings or resentments pressures against them start balance may tip the slightest character flaws as well as to can be expected to be drafted
instances slums, where Negroes live in fraction in favor of responding unexpected circumstances. For promptly:
must be prepared for a rather mounting. Be especially restrained and, if he refuses to
. many of our major cities.By stormy passage. Things will no matter how great to the call of love rather than some who are in complete control show up strong re-
equating Negroslums, with a ghetto not be the same thereafter andit the provocation, on the 10th- to the lure of success.It appearsas of the situation there are prisive measures will be applied.
/ may become necessary to 13th.Superiority will tellonthe if the price exacted for the excellent prospects of turning There is no more despicable citizen thata
. and/or white racism l. very, bad. The rebuild a home or new way 13th-lsth. These are the days obtentioo of fame or 1aJ1iJ wealth an apparently unfortunate- draft dodger, and to be branded such
ghetto existed once in imperial Russia of life. to solidify all previous could perhaps, be a bit too development into a resounding will follow a'man to his as
advances. Maintain caution. much to pay. and lucrative success. grave.
and Poland.
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I Howard University Trustees Make Drastic Changes In AdministrationCleveland 'I



Mayor Marine Corps Will Will Give Ample Notice To
Explaining A Display
Double Negro Men

Accused Of Bias WASHINGTON-)>-T be Teachers Not appointed I

CLEVELAND-(NPI)-Mayor U.S. Marine Corps, which was
Carl B. Stokes has been accused for whites only until the beginning WASHINGTON Judge Scovol Richardson, chairman of the
of falling to provide an of World War II, Is now Howard University Board of Trustees, and the Board of Trusteesmet
effective means of giving black seeking to double its number of and made some drastic changes In the program for the
people power. Negro officers school.
The charge was made by Roy Less than one per cent of the Four specific changes were and projects to be launched at
Innis, CORE'S associate Marines' 27,000 officers Is made. Each of the 10 schools the school.
national director, who asserted I L Rj\41' black, and the corps has but and colleges will be privileged Among other silking changeswas
that programs without provisionfor two black lieutenant colonels, to receive student reactions and the suggestion of separa-,
turning over social mechan- ; s. its highest-ranking Negro officers recommendations concerning tion of the Director of Intercollegiate ,
ism to the people are curricula. Deans and depart- Athletics from that
inadequate. To help offset the Marine ment heads will be appointed of Head of the Department of I
Participation in planning pf. corps' Anglo-Saxon Image, only after consultation with the Physical Education for Men.
cannot be effective without Capt. Solomon Hill and five members of the faculty, before Alcoholic beverages are per-
political and economic power, other Negro officers are touring endorsement by the board. The mitted in residence halls In accordance -
Innis added. college campuses and other Board endorsed also the principle with District regula
Mayor Stokes did not answer places In an effort to recruit of some form of representation tions. ROTC has been abolished.;
the charges, concerning him- r j ol tfr'i black officers. In the University Senatefor Freshmen assembly has been
self, instead, with efforts to They are the first Negro faculty members without abolished.
raise the city's one-half per officers to have such an assign tenure. Faculty members" not to Curfew hours for senior
cent Income tai and improve ment. be reappolnted will be given women were eliminated and :
medical and housing con Capt. Hill, who will do his work timely notice. liberalized for others. Students
ditions. In the Western states, said he A new Judiciary system was may Invite to the campus any
hoped to counteract each approved. Faculties of the var- speaker they choose. The stu-
New Group Wants obstacles as Negro fathers tel- ious schools and colleges will dent press will not be censored.
ling their sons there Is no have their autonomy. A student New courses, Including African
opportunity In the Marine corps, will be guaranteed a hear- studies, will be added.
Negro RetailersNEW 'on the basis of their menial, ing if accused of violating University President James M. Nabrlt,
unglamorous duties In World regulations and may not Jr., reported to the Board on
YORK-NPI-A new" War ItPlatoon be disciplined without the opportunity numerous activities engaged In
organization, t h. e National I leaders' courses, Officers of such a hearing. by administrators, faculty,students -
Negro Retail Advisory Group, !lilltl.r Candidate schools, and Students will be privileged to and staff to support the
Is seeking to draw black talent I Naval Resources Officers handle dormitory Infractions.A goals and objectives of the
i
into the retailing Industry. ; Training courses are means of new Board of Educational Poor People's Campaign. The
Walter W. Branford of the W. lit t entry Into the Marine corps of- Development will permit experimental Board commended the actions,
T. Grant company, heads the fleers ranks courses, programs CONTINUED Ort PAGE 14
group, which is trying to reach !
"hard-core unemployables,"
upgrade black workers In the
retailing Industry, and attract
others to work ,. o ;t
consisting of and the Ford exhibit which features a unique "movte-u-tne- flDAvls du.rnLture.:::;,
tives In New a round," depicting Ford activities worldwide. Ford Pavilion
and chains, 1962 vlsltlors also enjoy a novel orchestra that seems to "play"" 135 Broad St 353.5791
tionwide, with mariachi music, but the Instruments are made entirely of auto
senting local : parts.

cities FATHER'S DAY JUNE 16lh
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Guardian. Writer Asks



I Of Black Power Future"For CHAIR SALEKing

the frustrated and rebellious ghetto youth, black power
credited by was at once a ray of hope and the final cry to be uttered when the King size! Recliner' coy- Rocker,
Education, torch was set to a white store." ,' solid
nylon corers
..
-THIS Where Is black power today? Furst, and an In-depth reportby j art in reinforced' vinyl'i foam seats ,and
until Aa exhaustive analysis by Charles Hightower on the recent bocks
until that Robert L. Allen In the May disturbances In the Ocean-
backs Foom
and
visit be made 25 "Black America" Issue of Hill, Brownsville school district Seats $3888
committee the GUARDIAN, a leading national In Brooklyn.
grade or ).- weekly published In New ti, uthioned. Select from '
.
tution York City, discusses t b e Rocker Reclinerlorge
Dr. Gore, get "death" of the black power Phi Betas L Green, ton, black, Biitrusweet lilt heavy
may movement as It has been conventionally duly vinyl COY-
defined. Have FirstBanquet
ers foam cush-
and Tuquoiie.
Allen bases his critique on five
has categories within the black coned, JJ
; political spectrum: two of which $ 1
are "black power as black The brothers of Gamma PI 49'5 $7995
& capitalism" and "black power Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma
u black liberation within the Fraternity, Inc., have announced -
context of a UJS. revolution." the standing of members
to Another highlight In the new who have scored scholastical-
down. GUARDIAN Is Constance mi- iy.
have man's story on "Ruling Class Dolaney 1.. Williams has a 3.9
we Response" to the b la, c k average. Others are: Harold
move struggle Waldby, 3.3; Henry Gaines, 3.1
"Can the U.S. liberal establishment and John McClain, 3.3. PHI .
and save Itself by Instituting Graduating from college will
a New Deal for Black be Haroll Walby, Delaney L. ,
DR. can America?" she asks "AnJhow Williams, John McClain, Mai- WRINGER WASHERS'ieoVy
7209 much of this New Deal Is mere- soil Bessent, Arthur Parker
over the na- ly a rhetorical cover for a more and Henry Gaines.
committee, sophisticated program of genocide The brothers recently celebrated o. \ )!- Duty big Family
sents an ?' with their first banquet size washers of which we She names such corporate honoring their senior and outstanding I washes
means that names as Ford Esso Carnegie, Sigma brothers In attendance everytime.
Institution wW Rockefeller, Prudential, and were members of Nq Quality construction
certificates of supports her indictments with Beta, graduate chapter, bro for long life and
throughout the [ statistics. thers of Gamma PI and their .._ J
FAMU has Other highlights in the Issue guests. '= t. :: 'en/ice free operation.
a.silll1.'J I
Council's Include: an analysis of black Brother Charles Striven, -
talon since J unionism In the South by Stan- speaker, was awarded plaque. ,
The school ley Aronowltz, of ghetto economics President John White was voted $5.
percentage of by Mary Hamilton, of the most outstandingSlgmaMan (
most of whom the fast-growing militancy of the Year. Others honored
state. It Is the ) black students brothersand
among by Randy were the graduating DOWN
ported, of Miss Jesse Harris as weU
institution with Yiriiiii Uiiti lists
gram for the as Miss Sandra Holloway for >2; large rinse tube on
their assistance to the brothersat

programs move of Gndntis From Florida the banquet. roUabout stand and
of Harold E. Dennis was honoredfor
are not RICHMOND, Va.-Virginia attaining the highest aver- of Tide.
are the Union University, Richmond, large supply
age in the chapter, an averageof
had two graduates from the stated 3.8. 1
Florida In Its graduation Members of MU Gamma Chap
Lincoln U ) : class on June 2. JoAnn Bush' ter of Zeta Phi Beta were present -
received her degree in ,'as sisters. Brother Harold
sociology from the department Waldby was the only senior ...,-. ...- \
FAMU of education Miss Bush is from brother holding office this sem-
JEFFERSON Dade City. Another graduate, ester, that of Director of Edll-
In secretarial studies Is Mary cation. I
Clinlta A. C. Peterson, Gainesville.
food and
the Division of I
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) of with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE
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follows: INSTALLED WITH. FREE GAS
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.11'".." qtiruiom about pure honey Into a hallow, dish Furnishing Market
it on face Press .LP
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Western Hemisphere and Medi- American's strongest contem-
Cull mt Sally Squcimkh, terranean influences takes new porary offerings in years Is a
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fruit and vegetables, particularly out the already extensive American mitred fronted with
'.. case genuine
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and cauliflower
carrots
f'; beard I"'. more wnlUry lo e4 If' of Martlnsville line. burl blocks surrounded by
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bedroom dining and living room
.
... A. Not ao t A thorough pulls.
-w scrubbing with t vegetable suites reflect individual and Some cases combine the burl
w blush fell any raw run or distinctive design treatments.The blocks with boldly framed sliced
vegetable clean enough to cat 40 pieces feature three pecan drawers and doors
BnlJ. ruling raw fruit andvegeUMct honey has dried distinctive treatments. Some Elegantly modern, the to-the-
When the
\1 means that none of and ra- -h for your cases are stark modern, executed floor cases show rich counter-
Pam Pom, from the United Wallpaper Company's new Salon lilt vilimin and minerals go bend toe. cover After about five minute in all teak; some featurethe play of texture and highlight.
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burst Ing with thnrescent fuschla. It comes in three color lug water, Fur cold cri.rr.mh rmmg the honey away. Then rd bined with plain panels; the chests, each distinctive In the
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. porn poms but watch out for those lashy tuschlal'One selection Then drain thoroughly' with plain teak; all metalor panels; a smart armoire,
, had the flowers In 'neon yellow, orange and tan; another in on a d..ublelatr of Kleenex UTS. teak carvings are on other a chest and several beds further
purple, pink, magenta and orange and still another in light paper locl. After the veg" BUY pieces. Adapting many design reflect the classic contemporary -
blue, dark blue, aqua and violet tablet and fruit are dry SAYING BONDS influences prevalent in modern design.
and ancient Peru, the "Peru-
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a recurring trapezoidal motif. DI
STORE pelkate tresses need frequent shampooing with mild baby In addition, American shows a
r AVE. 3 shampoo to help insure body with rich softness and that departure in pieces offecing l
delightful "baby" shine.Baby shampoo's non-Irritating formula unusual desks, servers bar h-THE
OrCN: SUNDAY cleans hair thoroughly, leaving a gentle "baby" glow stools, and hutches. Three
Johnson ti Johnson Photo dressers, three chests,a sere
sUP.ER MARKS tion of night tables and beds

9 A.M. TO 6 P.MI"GOOD" comprise the bedroom group, Fire Safety
Eisbionl ? while dramatic buffets and In The Home
( Having a Baby
stately hutches are coordinated Fire it ttlll a major cause of
Points ) with a variety of tables ser death and nln/ouZ.it"ro the borne,
U.S. vers and chairs tocomprtsethedining In d mil
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>'oU observe main \\
CRISCO too \_ cocktail tables in the barylng horn can be prevented, accordinir -
CHUCKROAST
teak and metals treatment are to Sentry Insurance. Hers
) Another dUco\ery Iii how' joung featured in the living room collection are several tipi to protect your
and gay, and how like >our regular along with bar stook, family and your property:
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1' clothes today's maternity fa-hiou
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commodes and chests. furnace chimney and flues,
happen to be On puipose. that is
: Oil An upholstery selection rounds should be cleaned and over
The neat and modujii'lv,,\.line out the group while new fabrics hauled by a profeasionalyearly.
Hr dress Is the new favorite among muternity chosen to complement the"Peruvla" Portable beaten
should be maintained and
of
dnhns.nd rv&aidlok collection provide
placed from combustible
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9' how it's detailed it talents: : >'ou lookIng additional excitement in their materials when in use.
:: up-at the designer intended color and design aptness. Bold e Electrical appliances .ir.
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1 01.2 9 high and loose draw thit>uxh \\uUt dominate. Two distinctive dition. Never run extension
\ line and a COM'led collar. cords under rugs or across
SLICED fabrics from Jack tenor Lar- nails. Use fuses of approved
/Ca5C0
FANCY The newest A.line malernlt'Oili.. see mirror the Inca motifs dup adequate rating. sS
dress has this season' smart little heated in the furniture. Plush Matchea and flammable' liquid
standup neckline. Other first choices and crushed velvets in warm ,must be stored out of the
In maternity departments Include nu. South American reach of children. Never use
colors
combine
BACONLB.55c these liquids for cleaning
with their own blouses
Ing jumpers
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For Father OilyDelicious Serve Father An Appetizing Calorie-Low Oriental Dish

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Gl et -I- ---j---r. Old-Feshloied Country Dinner 1 \1 T i.t .


This year, gather your family together to make a fuss over
c Father on his day. Serve an old-fashioned country dinner of
Cooterg crispy chicken and cornbread dressing, Dad's favorite vegetable
and salad, followed by apple pie or chocolate cake. You know
which dessert Father. likes best)
by Ethel Moon ---- But fuss over Father Insteadof and simmer S minutes.
the dinner by cooking the Stir diced toast, cornbread,
chicken the easy, modern way and parsley Into rice mixture.
with Good Seasons Shake'n Bake Spoon into 1-1/2.quart baking
p.r Seasoned Coating Mix for dish Heat 1/2 cup chicken broth
F \ Chicken-Mild Country Flavor. with 1/4 cup butter until butterIs
This coating) mix contains its melted. Brittle over stuffing
own shortening chicken mixture. Bake stuffing and w a
pieces bake to golden goodness chicken at 400 degrees for 40
In the oven, without spattersof to 50 minutes or until stuffingIs ,
grease or the constant watch- lightly browned on top and r
ing and turning that frying a chicken is tender. Serve with u
chicken involves. spiced crab apples, U desired.
The dressing is arichbuttery Makes 4 servings of chicken
mixture of crumbled corn with 6 cups stuffing.
bread, packaged enriched precooked Note: Moisten any leftover ,
rice, and toast cubes.If stuffing with additional chicken &. A
your family likes dressingand broth and reheat In oven.
( who doesn't,a good trickIs General Foods Products used.
to freeze any leftover hot-
breads, such as biscuit or cornbread
In plastic bags. That Velvet Crumb Cake :
way, you'll always have Ingredients Like so many Chinese main dishes. this exotic entree U tasty,
... on hand for quickly VELVET CRUMB CAKE filling and nutritious while being remarkably low In calories.
This year, toss over Father on his day, instead of fussing over preparing a dressing. 3 New Bluqukk "Shrimp and Oreen Beans,Chinese" U a tempting mSlang at
dinner. Serve crispy chicken, baked in the oven along with Cornbread Dressing rapt the two principal ingredients with mushrooms,onion and celery.
1
) buttery, rich cornbread dressing.Seasoned coating mix, with its cup u| rt It's seasoned perfectly with chicken boullllon and soy sauce.
,. own built-in shortening, is used to coat pieces of chicken so 1/2 cup chopped onion I nt cold water or milk The beans called for In the recipe are the tender.firm pole
1/2 diced cup beans crown In Oregon and Washington and canned under numerous
that them bake to golden goodness without constant watching cup celery thortenlni
Vi
EGGS IU ,F.1t\ IN TOMATO SAUCE 1/4 cup butter cup labels. Whenever you are planning low-calorie meals figure
spattering
or grease. t tt'a"poonl'anllla only eo calories per I-lb. can for these versatile beans.
4 hard-cooked ten "Courtesy of Good Seasons Shake'n Bake Seasoned Coating 2 cups chicken broth Broiled Topping (below)
2 tablespoon mayonn-lne Mix for Chicken-Mild Country Flavor" 1 teaspoon salt "Shrimp and Green Beans,Chinese"
1 Heat oven to ISO Grease end
tableipoon flash chopped parsley 3/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning flour oblong pan 13x9x9 Inches. 1 package (II OL) 1 chicken beaffllon cube
1 tan (3'pepper ounce) French fried nnloni Dash of pepper In Urge mixer bowl blend all frown shrimp I tablespoon soy sauce
1'.tups caked rice Dessert Topping 11/3 cups packaged enriched Ingredient except Broiled 1 can (1 Ib.) Blue Lake I medium onion,
I ran (10\ ounce) Campbell's ..... pre-cooked rice Topping on low speed Vi minute variety green beans sliced lengthwise
scraping side end bottomof 1 I sliced Vt cap sliced celery
condensed tomato soup &. 1 cup diced toasted) bread can ( M.)
to run waterI \, 9 bowl frequently. Bee 4 mushrooms S teaspoons cornstarch
crumbled cornbread
tablespoon I grated ParmeMn theme t cups minutes on medium speed.
2 Thaw shell and develn shrimp place In wok or Urge fry
1 teaspoon prepared mustard tablespoons chopped parsley Pour Into prepared pan. Bake ;
1/2 cup chicken broth IS to 40 minutes. While warm pan. Combining liquids,drain beans and mushrooms. Measure in
Cut esrltA In half lengthwise; remove yolk Mash yolks with 1/4 spread Broiled Topping over cup liquids; blend with boullllon cube and soy sauce; pour over
fork; blend with mayonnaise Refill egg cup butter cake. shrimp and cook over medium heat I minutes,turning frequently.Add .
white with mixture. Reserve t.r cup Pr.'d onion Com onion and celery.Cover and cook 1 to 2 minutes until onion
baking dish (10xfix2"). Arrange eggs on rice mixture. Blend *Or use 2 chicken bouillon Broiled Toppings Mix U" cup and celery are tender-crisp. Combine cornstarch with 2 tablespoons .
baking dish tlOx with remaining ingredients; pour over eggs. Bake at water instead of chicken broth. (packed > tablespoons light thickened and clear,stirring constantly.
:.TiO'F. for 15 minute Top with onion; bake 6 minute more. cream '/ cup coconut and Vi Makes 4 servings.
Make 1 l senings. Saute onion and celery 1/4 cup chopped nuts. Set oven
cup butter until vegetables are control at broil and/or 550'.
UAH'S! REEF AM TOMATO!KITI'EU SOU tender but not brown. Add 2 Place cake about I Inches
'. diced cooked beef "Ar from heat; broil about 1 minutes
rup cups chicken broth and season- Buy U. S. Saving Bonds
until mixture Is nicelybrowned.
I run chopped cabbage logs; bring to a boll. Add rice .
I tablepnon I chopped onion
S tablespoons, buttrr rr margarine
Iran (IH4 ounce) Campbell'
condensed tomato soup
1 soup ran water "YOUR DOLLAR
'4 rup diced inked potato
Few drop"Tabauro"cure
Dash pepper a
Sour cream,optional' Planning a party? Make a simple dish of Ice cream Intoa BUYS MOREAT
Brown Eec and conk raM_" and onion in butter until vejre- special dessert by adding Peter Pan SundAe Topping.
!shies are tender. Stir In soup and remaining IncredienU: ex A delicious flavor combination, thla topping In a blend YOUR BANNER
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Miami; William P.Paul,Chairman
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Evan's Radio & TV g.oy. cStftutntan 1111 N W. 7 T.. Avt.. MIAMI The four board members were
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WORK GUARANTEED I FLOWERS BY WIRE PHONE 693.4531 College from St. Augustine to
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I Negroes and Jews\ Discuss Was of Eliminating Problems Between RacesRustin I




Suggests Massive Works F U VTI lcotsCar
? e Future Maryland's Hot Summer
'eelteib. Ne I
Program The ,
rAm BudgetNEW I May Require.. Fast Action

YORK -Four c leading social critics, two q': M1 i f
of them Negroes/ two f1 them Jews, agreed that relations : e SALISBURY, Md (NPI -In many cities across the land there
between OM r two groups In time might be restored to the 1\ 'Ei Is continued talk of violence,its causes,its cures and repressive I
of former days, but they offered different ap 1frlelldUlless r;v l measures,. to be Instituted should another "long hot summer"
proaches on how this be
might
accomplished. .
crop up this year. and started to run.
One of the four, discussed civil rights movement, and i But locally, violence has already The crowd reportedly became

"Constructive Approaches to intellectuals cannot unite intoa arrived-and It's no talk unruly and drifted Into the downtown -'
Negro-Jewish Relations" at a political force to move Con- ing matter.As area after the demonstration
symposium held in connectionwith gess, then we shaD achieve uesultoftheturmoUwhlch brotUP..
the 62nd Annual Meeting of nothing." erupted after the fatal shooting Mayor Dallas truitt, who met

the American Jewish Commit. Charles E. Sllberman, .. of a Negro burglary suspect bya with demonstrators outside
tee' at the Americana Hotel, Director of the Carnegie Study !" i ir white policeman, this city appears police headquarters, promisedto
was Bayard Rustin, Executive of the Education of the to have become the first investigate the fatal shoot
Director of the A. Philip Educators, and author of the to be hit by an increasingly ing. -
Randolph Institute Rustln put best-selling book, -Crisis in __ :warmer "long hot summer.",
his faith in the massive public Black and White saw a gulf All-night curfews were
works program envisioned in developing between Jewish ,' ordered by Gov. Spiro T. SISTER BESSIE

the so-called Freedom Budget. leadership and Jewish rank and Agnew, and National Guardsmen '
Rustln argued first that anti- file over the current race ) carried unloaded rifles PALMISTPASTPRESENTFUTURE
------- J JDr.
Jewish tendencies on the part crisis. I and gas grenades in the streets.

of black militants "do not reflect "Increasingly," he said, "we y Thirteen persons were Jailed,
hostility toward any are delegating the practice of 12 for curfew violations and one Helpful Advice On

particular group so much as racial Justice to our lay and for looting. Two lumber yards All AffairsI
they reflect a total alienation religious leaders, and it Is were burned near the city, and
from all the Institutions In increasingly difficult to find fire bombs were found at both. 'LIFE
American society." meaningful distinction betweenthe Staje police had to use tear p 'LOVE

These militants react out of attitudes and behavior of gas to break up a crowd. MARRIAGE
frustration, be added, showing Jews and of non-Jews. Yet, in Guardsmen's bayonets were not
a tendency "to attack, first of the recent past, American Jews fixed. The troops were told not BUSINESS I

all, those who are closest to took pride, and )Justifiably so. to load their rifles except when HOURS 9 AM-11 PM 7 DAYS
them, those from whom they in their commitment to racial ordered to do so by an officer. 'In the
expect most, and those in fact justice" The trouble began when sever- Privacy of
who have done most.Therefore Sllberman urged that Intellect hundred black people gather mj Ho>e"

not only are the old civil rights ual as well as financial ed outside police headquarters 879.2250

leaders attacked, but also all resources be given over George W. Gore, Jr., President Florida AIM University; of VTI, Harold Jenkins Director of Continuing Education; to protest the fatal shooting of a
the liberal Institutions, to diagnosing sources of Jewishprejudice receives the key to a 1968 Plymouth Fury from Fred Drake of D.C. Murdoch, Regional Sale Manager for Chrysler Corporation 21-year-old burglary suspect 1/2 Mlle North of Callahan
Including the labor movementand and finding means of Capital Motors in Tallahassee. The car was donated to the Dr. Gore; Fred Drake and T.E. Mlngledortf of Mlngledorff who also Is a deaf-mute. The U.S. 1, Callahan, Fla.

Jewish groups." reducing or eliminating it Voactional Technical Institute by the Chrysler Corporation for Motors, Inc., of Tallahassee. suspect broke away from police LOVC DISTANCE

Rusting urged that "HI 'Such an effort," be said, laboratory purposes. From left, are: MS. Thomas Director
elements that remain com "would contribute u much to .-
mitted to democratic change" the survival of Judaism In WHEN YOU ARE 111
continue pressing for programsthat America as the present Learning Abort Plait Life Calls New Book
leek The Best Dod-
can bring about social and programs to understand and You
economic change In society,and combat antl-Semltlsm." tor. When Your Doctor

in this way "lift the frustrated Dr. Kenneth! Clark, President Tribute To Prescribes Get Experienced

and the lumpen proletariat into of the Metropolitan Applied Pharmacists To JI

the working classes. Research Center saying be was Dr. Martin King"One Fill Prescriptions According
Public works programs on the less Interested in emotional
scope of those called for in the "blame-placing focussed on of the most meaningful To Your Doctor's

Freedom Budget are needed,be two areas that lent themselves tributes to the late Dr. Orders.

added, but they will be achievedonly to what he called "rWonslplanning"educaHaal Martin Luther King, Jr., has We Use Only The Best C. E. BLACKProprietor
by a more liberal reform been action." -
Congress. He urged that Jews and consumer relations. "And that's good. Because Quality Drugs.

and Jewish organisations remain Speaking for decentralisation, It's black, action. And that's 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YourA
a fundamental element which be has been urging u a what Black Power means."
of the liberal coalition: "For member of the New York State was playwright
Speaking young
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if Protestants Catholics Jews COMPLETE LINE OF-
Board of Regents Dr. Clark Floyd B. Barour.{ Barbour 1s

the trade union movement, the said "it. can.. be a..means. for editor of the recently published
the of education THE BLACK POWER .
Improving quality Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles
Hick TuckersMM by providing more aware f REVOLT a collection of 96

direction In the developmentof r essays examining Black Power
Nitionnl curriculum and In the supervision u a concept and a movement Sundries.
of teachers. Because the Since publication a month ago
schools will be closer to the. by Porter Sargent's Extending -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED-

On Rice Needs communities they serve, they '. Horltons Books, the book has 1901 KINGS ROAD 3538279Ully's
will be more directly account: been acclaimed nationally by
CHICAGO From five toucan
able for their performance. reviewers and commentators.

hundred Black teachers and Unfortunately, j be continued, The latest review, by Robert Drug :Store, ,
school administrator-are ex-1 I Ibe school decentraDdtlea' .C. Maynard of the Washington .
pected to meet here from June question "has been distorted by Post, called Barbour's book on
8 to June 9 under the
sponsorship of tit "
the polarized positions Black Power "the best to date.
Association of
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Black Nationalists on the one
Afro-American Educators. band, and the Teachers Union CENTER
This Is the first conference
on the other so that Negro- xe mmmm .'r' r'm W111
association. Its
called by the
Jewish relations rather tbaJa"educaUonal m a 4 MMIII
goals will be threefold.The 3 m rU
quality has become .
conference will attemptto w.1.... w. .. .... ..
the IIsuet.Turntnc '* Milt to uM. a..M ttaf Non /dl 4 *4 wPOllflCAl
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Identify and understand the 1y MIMA N
to retailing In ghetto ...... Hw..... to IIAfOOft CIMUI ,Min ....r. *.M>.
crisis facing the Black Community Clark a ..... ,..Yt.N1.1..1
suggested
areas, Dr. r
In general. The dele action todetermlne 1 THI t s 1L1P1l I U.
research program .
gates will attempt to seek methods Jewish BRAND NEW -.... .,1.1
of
the extent
for preparing the Blacks Involvement among merchants, LEARNING .ABOUT PLANT LJFE-Coltoge students Bobby Hlgglnbotham of Waterproof, : 1968 VWSEDAN K I BOAT WHITING 39c I ILIto.
mentally and psychologically to Miss Wanda PennyweU of Shreveport
then to recommend Negroesand of De Quincy Louisiana and
Stevenson ,
Louisiana. Leon .... ._.. ,...
survive and to redirect their lM>* 4 *
Jews could work together."If Louisiana! from left to right were among SO seniors at Southern University Baton Rouge :
: BEACH WHITING 49c RED BASS <9cI
human resources a potentials It Is true that Jewish the largest oil refinery in North America as a part-time laboratory in .
been
to liberate the Black Com who have using .... .,. .....
merchants predominate in the administration since February. Floyd A. Bourgeois right, tells them about some l MMe A / A MN
munity. Negro ghettos we should' business of the work of the refinery's computer center. Southern University reversed the current recruiting : '1768'CIIIVUID : CATFISH .. E9c Yellow Tail Snapper. 69c
A third aim will be the changing know" be said. "So much has trend and made its unusual "Job offer1 which was accepted, to the huge Baton Rouge .. .

of educational systems and been left to rumor and,, oil-refining and chemicals-manufacturing complex of Humble Oil t Refining Company and MULLET 35c POMPANO 'I"
the creating of, IN |AX rU
or U
processes "
intuition. Us affiliate, the Enjay Chemical Company. ,..\ e..MN.. N.N
new ones so that they provide ', .
Dr. Clark added that If indeeda -rll. ta5Nele.f II
FLOUNDER 59c PiNKSNAPPIR .. 79c
for the self realization of Black Jewish representation .

students taking into account Is large found among ghetto merchants Plymoith Fli. Negro Is FAMU Students @ ill Fresh SHRIMP Ml. til.
such questions as: Who are Jewish merchants JUMI N. {( {: MAKE AN OFFER!
.
they? From where did they assocUatlon UKI II )
into an
should organize
come? Where are they going that would monitor its Named Ytir's lisinessman Hear Of NeedsIn CatlinGriffin- |M|...IVM to*..... \NM tmtmtitt Ik. "l.IIk |_ 6 lb. Aiffl. 'fish
and How will they get there members for unfair practices. .' > ..'. IM *..., m |-JO lb. Triple i Tail

community Noted educators spokesmen writers have and Associate Professor Director Leonard of the Fein Joint john company Turner .Verses.named, Plymouth Florida's, Fla.small, owner businessman of a citrus of packing the The State : : *r.<:.MUM. : .IMtlM.. 15C STEAK FISH .. 89c

been formed Into six task forces Center for Urban Studies at last week. Volkswagen e1Nu1N1 .INUINI, .

to develop workshops on nearly Massachusetts: Institute Of year tad expanded his open. SHAD ROE ... 75e
Vereen U owner and president year U LOBSTER MEAT :.: 3"
every phase of education currently Technology commented that of the Verses Packing Co. Lions into processing and distribution. TALLAHASSEE, F 1 a.-The- INC. e..\'I fo_ ..."....
affecting Black people. Jews should stop what he called"overreacting" senior class at Florida MM 1250 EAST 8th ST. : M'"
In Orange County. told that their .. ca.. ..
to the Negro University were
blacklash against them, and The selection u announcedby regional Vereen At the employs peak of 185 the persons.season state needs them, wants them, 354-9093 i1 ..... ....... .. GRAB .MEAT -/wow" Mcu '1"
McAllister .
Hunter College listen to what Negroes have director Douglas of the SmaU Business Loans backed by the SBA were and have the positions available ,. .. as .U
them in aU
for an day unprecedented
Us abilityto
In
to say.He AflTn agreed In part with two Charles S. Smith, chairman of expand, said McAllister.SBAud recruiting effort
With by the state department in all
Plans Teaching of his fellow-speakers. ci West Orange at
Bank
the
Rustin, be held that Negro anti- the SBA advisory council. for Ocoee participated in a day unprecedented recruiting are Nl MISY-I tiUlt VSUICTfl\iHiWHjJtinwl' MI MI NOW KIM1K USTHItU COVMW,eve
Jacksonville
the region.A
of effort by the state department on
Semitism was an aspect loan to Vereen's in
native of Orange County $50,000
Negro History recently.
"Jews campus
anti-white sentiment loan to
and $179,000
Vereen started work as a fruit 1964 a
Claude Kirk and
Governor representatives -
should not fix on this, u a the packing and
He became supervisor establish
Two in history picker. six
courses Negro from major
Negro-Jewish
will be offered during the 1968-. major relations issue," he in counselled. With for a picking crew and in 1956 distributing operations 1967. state agenciesmetwltbtbeALM i_tANAD1ruIjt

69 academic year at Hunter Mr. Sllberman, he held that obtained a dealer's license, students to tell them of the q>.
College of The City University Jews should reexamine their establishing the John T.Vereen Tifton, County portunities state government.
of New York, according to Dr. commitment to racial and Fruit Co., on an investment of The meeting then broke up Into
own
Dorothy Ganfield Fowler, social Justice. $500 which he had saved. School Board six sessions with students attending :
chairman of the History Department He also urged that Jews develop He bought fruit on the tree the sessions of their
and sold it to
their own concept of processors. Wants New Plan Interest.
"The Role of Black People In Jews The net sales" of the com The state agencies represented I .o

American History," a three- pluralism.espoused pl Dalmatia bought passed JJOO.OOOl: TIFTON, Ga The Tin County were: the state road department NRUswrl ..vSeagram's
with Ha packing plant last board of education voted un-
welfare
credit coarse dealing out, by saying, "Look, we are department of public
Negro plrticlpatloa in shaping .like you." Professor Fein continued anamously "to attempt"tosllb- ,the Industrial commission,
united States history, will be : "The Negro Is not likeeveryone mitt a plan which would bring the department of mental health,
.offered by the History Department and be proclaiming March the school system incompliance the stateboard of health and
lathe fall,1968,semester.A this difference. By fighting for Miami Poor with the U.s. Department of the state beverage commission.
second three-credit course, Health. EducatlonandWelfare's Governor Kirk, who received
where
a' pluralistic society, that it eliminate racially VO.turns up at a lot \ :t,
will demands
"Afro-American History, differences cannot be Ignored, Starts On June 14 a standing ovation from the of because its popular.That's
be offered In the spring, 1969 the Negro Is helping Jews and identifiable schools. students as he entered the auditorium parties.That's so
The SCLC office In Miami because it's so smooth.Seagram's .
told the students that
semester.
all other minority groups." ,
The latter presents the history This kind of pluralism, be has announced that plans have Princeton Elects government must be personal. V.0.The Smooth Canadian. ;
of black people in America, added, will encourage the Jewsto been completed for the marchon "My determination is that this
stressing their socioeconomic be less u..lmlll"tlonhtt and Washington. The trek win First Negro ''administration treat you as an
and cultural begin on June 14 and follows Individual and as servant
political clearer about their own Identity. your ,
development from African origins Founded in 1906,the American the receiving of more than 1600 Class PresidentELLIOT to help make you all taxpayers."
Miami Beach citizens
to the present. Jewish Committee is the from two The governor continued,
Dr. Fowler said there wouldbe human relations agency groups. D. MOORMAN Is the "Florida Is not the dynamic
no prerequisite courses for pioneer this country. It combats One donation was made by the first Negro to be elected class payroll community it shouldbe
either class. Both are open to bigotry in protects the civil and- Miami Beach Senior Citizens president In the 221-year history and lam urging you to make
Committee and a new group, of Princeton University.
all undergraduate students.The rights of Jews here a change in your vocation if
religious
fall course will be a seminar; and abroad and advances the the Committee of Concerned He will head next fall's sophomore necessary to find a good Job,
the spring course a regular cause of human rights for all. Citizens for the People'lI.Iarch. class. and not to settle for a second-
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It won't be long before Ardail ( ,;'l ,
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start his own World's Fair.
Ardail was a host and super-
visor at the Ford Motor
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Now he tJ'a supervisor alii
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a 4 tii San Antonio, Texas.
In New York, Ardail was a
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and was promoted to be one of
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and hostesses during: the 1965
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key member of the Special
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headquarters in Dearborn,
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1UNY TAYLOROne RAMON WEBSTER BILL WHITE ,
and'
Because he speaks French
league's best glove men Signed by Athletics while he Led NL first basemen In field- Spanish fluently, he frequently _
at second. Peak mark as big was attending University of Ing in 1966. Has been NL's was called upon to host
leaguer was .284 in 1960, first Panama. Had Impressive spring All-Sfar first sacker. four important European and Latin
year with Phils. Fleet base showing In 1967. Has grown times. Peak mark was .324 American guests on tours of
runner. into rugged performer. .In 1962. .
the world-famous Rouge manufacturing
in Dearborn. He Former Scout Explorer Thomas Fowler, graduate Stanton Explorer of Post 907 of Stanton Senior Is Anthony Webster.He .
also has area participated in Ford Senior High School and of the Basic Electronics program of is a graduate of the Electronics Technology program at
I and Lincoln-Mercury new-car Stanton Vocational' Evening school, Is shown here training In Stanton Senior High. He Is now training In the Rider-Truck
I. presentations and the the International Business Machine Company's Philadelphiaoffice line work-study program with Jacksonville Junior College.He I
company's annual stockholders In the Electric Typewriter division. He has now been Is also studying In the computer technology area and plansto
meeting. assigned a full territory and serves as customer engineer for enter the field of electronic building of the computer system
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Club Jacksonville, 1201 East Florida.DuvalSL..756, by each manager or his authorized TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-LTC: Samuel F. Sampson, PMS Florida grapher; Charles Blng Instructor of music; John G. Steele,' R. S. EVANS3rd

representative, in the AIM University presenting the U.S. Army Instructor Group assistant food director; and Charlie Manning, director of student
Music Appreciation Night will lobby of Wolfson Park on June (Senior ROTC) Florida! Florida AIM University Certificate of activities. The awards were given for meritorious service which
be June 7 at Woltson Baseball ; & MAINEL
8. Any Softball team may sponsor Achievement to four loyal supporters of the ROTC: Program at contributed greatly to the ROTC Program during school years
Park at 730. AU tans who
bring Midget Met Groups at the FAMU. The Awards are being presented to Ernest L. O'Rourke, 19641968.
legitimate musical Instruments International games, under the director of food services; Ernest L. Flllyau, university photo- 4-8381 OPEN TIL 9:30 P.M. EL 4.8382
to the part will be admitted with provision of the program.
a deduction on the general price. Youngsters from 8 through 17 JOLT Tu .--- -----
Combos and instrumental ve_ admitted free through Your Good ARMY
groups will compete between this plan, If properly authoris ,
innings in th Battle ot Bands. ed. RESERVE
Sports Parade
Commissioner Church Rogers Health

{(Getting music to sound right in a

HiRk Aim Stands Oil UNITED PRE& INTERNATIONALAIDS DROWN PROOFING Watch studio is a matter of getting a
I Every year some 6,500
As NL Super Tin Stir persons In this country drown. perfect balance of elements.??
Ot these, about 2,000 are This Clown

Hank Aaron, National League Fielder, is baseball's only truesuper CHICAGO SCOUTS-(N PI))-Former light heavyweight boxing champion ... Almost all ot these 96 73 57 ((The same thing I expect, appliesto

I star, according to a leading sports magatlna. Each Archie Moore, now S3, recently Joined) the national staff of the deaths could be prevented it getting a great gin..a perfect
manager bas laufcd him to the highest u the greatest la his Boy Scouts of America as a community relations specialist. everyone who goes swimming, 13 IB 85 balance of
category Moore will work with disadvantaged boys. His base of operation sailing or canoeing learned the elements..drynessflavor
Hank EcU) be crUktzed for parks, 9; most consecutive will be in San Diego, where he presently resides technique of drownprooflng. the works.That's what I find in
making things look to easy. He years 100 or more runs scored, Essentially, this Is a procedure \ J
FIRST GOLF PRO DIES Gordon's "
13. that uses simple aquatic Gin.
is a quirt person, averaging
about 1S8 games a year, hitting According to the writer disports NEWARK (NP!) -John M. Shippen, the first Negro to play skills to keep a person afloat /
at the ml and review, one of Aaron's tournament golf in the United States and one of the very first even In rough water, for a long ,
slamming retoa C ,
: or e.n om a rat, e/
35 to 40 bomeruns. major disappointments has been American-born golf professionals, died at the age of M, in a period with a minimal expenditure --.;: :nefW1Y=:r elf. 'Ifc''e.Inner SE .= FOYIWafAoi ens
Aaron has consistently refused the failure to do better in All- nursing home. When Shippen made his pro debut in the U.S. Open of energy. 1 I IIrIf CIoO III A.erd1 Mlenmal one,recNtllal,recordtnt wEs tot Mace Reomde.:.

13 be persuaded to accept Star games He has been on the at the Shlnnocock Kills Golf Club, Long Island, in 1896, several It is Important, first d all, -
leadership. He has been slight team 13 times, has only eight other white pros objected, but be went on to finish in a tie for to learn to remove one's 66 32 35

ly critical of the Brave, par- hits in 48 at bats for an average fifth place. Shippen played in five other Open tournaments. clotting In the water In case

Ucularly of those who have of 167. Aaron sledom a rowboat or sailboat capsizes 9I4912Sometimes
slide down the pole before th..euOD'S misses a ball game. COSTLY INJURY or sinks. Once this Is done, He's Sometimes
which he suffered when".
PITTSBURGHp4PQAn injury Is able to take advantage -
end. However, be always a person He's Down He AddsSubtracts
fell off the porch of his home in Puerto Rico last winter is ,
Aupuaslzes that be will SpiciilistDONALD ot his best floating He works U all around
try to stud on his personal proving to be very costly to baiting star Roberto Clemente of s> position, so that, with ft tew
record. ,-).':" the Pittsburgh Pirates this season with the right shoulder simple movements ot his arms 53 31 -13 i

Aaron went Into the 1968 season ;:..jIt. frequently "acting up" and bothering his swing Clemeote the and legs, he can bob up for a
with 411 borne roust National League's four-Urn batting champion, has sees his quick breath ot air.DrO'l'DProol1DC COMING ATTRACTIONS
Willie Mays' 664. He is three ) batting average plunged 146 percentage points from .367, last Is Dot a skill
.211 The Pirates are giving him frequent -13-51 rr
to
season, recently. that a nonswimmer can per
than Mays.Aaron's .
years younger 1CQ rests from the lineup.TO form successfully without
real goal is the 3,000 ,-
club. Aaron sill, "One WIle j Instructions from someone who MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
about recordi. k ,. _"1. ARMY is trained la life-saving and
The. tnarsoj .. BALTIMORE (NP0 -The Baltimore Oriole* will lose one swimming. Parents should seek
hold
the more yo ajiprlV F. of their top stars to Uncle Sam, when slugging centerflelder this Instruction for themselvesand
Of Ifs
them.
course only a
matter of time Mttt, somebody j1 t Paul Blair reports for active duty with the "Special Troops"at their children at their local -Man's Days are Numbered"
Fort Knox Ky. on June 86. Blair, whose batting average club.
else comes alone and J'j pool or swimming Health and Fortune Can Be
you but your same goes passes into 'j plummeted from .193 last season to 411 recently, due to an The secret ot this technique Yours When You Know Your
I last winter has been an Army reservist since 1964. water It
the book for a time &I oil! they .injury Is to relax In the that Lucky Days.
remember you." a is over your bead while you are
I SWINGER In a vertical position.Your nose z
This feels that the
super tar NEW YORK-(NPQ-If you tike the words of the eonteltan1lt I will be a few Inches below the Lucky Colors; etc
time when be will
may come BURNS the June 84 bout between Philadelphia's Frailer surface, but not the top of Send 2.00 for your
need a little rest. Aaron has. Donald Burner, 18, Jacksonville Ramos Mexico for Fratler's five-stats heavyweight title will your head.Complete. Horoscope Guide for
tied several major kague records has been promoted the be a swinger. Frailer, an early 3-to-l favorite says he'll relaxation helps to JUNE
to his credit Among them ranks of specialist and assistant "come out smoking," while Ramos has said be has no "idea oflosing" conservative your strength.
are: Most years, 100 or more leader at the Mara1Dl Clyn-
in the Madison Square Garden bout. Persons who thrash around
runs, 13; most years leading Ian Conservation Center. He Fill in the blank below and OerdonlF ORti wsEed A {D Ed7tMndee +
league total bases, 7; most is also an electrician trainee UNLUCKY RETURN quickly become exhausted.When mall to ZODIAC, Post Office ,EM/and/ M 1769.Si .
hold 1 f/tt D4mr M0 to /
years hitting homers In all under Nathan Ward of Tampa. BALTIMORE (NPI) Baltimore Orioles slugger Frank their breath they can no longer inhale and Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. America,end the IngltnO.trmea .
Robinson's first start with the team since April 81 proved an they
unlucky event recently. Robinson, who was sidelined with the fill their lungs with water.In NAME .
s Ot ,tN01tl jDull 4 mumps, not only went hltless in four trips to the plate, but the relaxed vertical position STREET n ass -..mt nun mi SWL.M*.MMI w H*w,ma..a i
I. llkoeuet he injured his shoulder in trying to throw out a runner at all you need to do to DATE QF BIRTH
downed the Orioles 8-0. bring your nose above the
the plate as Cleveland ,
up ,
t t o 7 e a surface Is a single kick or

NAMED GRID CAPTAIN downward sweep ot the arms.
11I DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (NPQ-Walter Frailer a 830- After filling your lungs with

lis4 pound center from Waucbula. Fla. recently named cocaptainwith air, relax again until the need 16th
I William Player d the 1968-d9 Bethune-<:ookmu College for another breath Is urgent. Remember Father's Day June

s football team. Frailer made the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Persons who have mastered
Conference All-Conference team last season. Melvin this technique have remained
es isLI Jackson and Johnnie Allen were name! co-captains of the In the water tor several hours Give Dad luxurious 1OO%
Wildcats basketball team.Hoieybee. u a test ot endurance.

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r i 14 STAR PAPERS A1m.AY. ID HE" I. 1968


WANTED- Supporting A Worthy Cause

RAPIDTV Package Store Clerk. No I World Of Boots I I

SERVICEService Exoerlence.. Call Mr. Vaughn,
353-8309 for appointment. REVOLT Edited by FLOYD leaders to trace the concept at

Calls I i B. BARBOUR; Published by black pwoer from its first
Financing Available ,SEWING MACHINE $43 PORTER SARGENT PUBLISHERS shouts of black protest three

Phone: 124-1167 ZIG ZAG.Makes designs,sews Boston; 288 pp. $2.95 centuries ago. He defines Its
buttons makes button holes, Paperback: $5.95 cloth. demands tor power in 1968.
on ,
at $8. Floyd Harrington Barbour is The thematic framework of
Pay balance $43.
COTTAGE FOR RENT etc. Phone a black playwright who lives In the essays identity: cultural

American Beach Vacation Cot per time. Will show at y ur4home, err Boston. In discussing how became economic and political. Theo-
to write "...Revolt he economic' and
tage and Apts., for rent. Phone- no obligation. A-l Sewing Machine political.
Day, 765-9541; Phone-Wight, Co. 1606 Main Street. revealed significant factors Theories and practices are
3542410. Mrs. R. H. Oliver about the current attitudes of examined, and the philosophiesand
SOLID STATE STEREO black people black power and programs are Interpretedby
race relations in America.In their authors.

RADIO COMBINATION, Mul the book's Jacket he writes: The essays are divided into
ti-speed changer, dual speakers R "One afternoon, not too long four major sections:
auto., turn off., almostnew. ago I went to one of America's Black Power through History,
Pay balance of $63. or great libraries In search of my with writings by Benjamin Ban-
iei'Ifee $3. per month. Phone 353-1946, cultural past. 1 found many of neker, Nat Truner, W.E.B.
ask for Credit Manager. Will the works on black culture were blots, and others.
deliver without obligation. A-l either missing or lost Obviously Black Power The Concept,
Music Center. 1606 Main St I was looking in the with comments by Stokely Car
wrong place. With this collection mlchael, Lerol Jones, Nathan
I bag h yotv fmrn r I did not make the Wright, Jr.;
t
SEWERS
AI Seasons ice I r Fuel! fo. WOMEN same mistake. I went to those Black Power in Action, with

Mil .._..< An "4-/JM WANTEDWork people who alone can define articles tracing the militants
Duval Ice t Fuel Co. black" power: black people." in the movement;
.!. t. Ilk I*. III.Mil at home doing simple There la indeed, a rapidly Black Power and Me, which
sewing. We supply materialsand ''r ofl growing desire (and in some deals with personal experiences
.
both .
pay shipping ways.Good 1 areas a demand) among black of the contributors in black'
rate of pay. Piece work. '
a people for more information Issues.
BARBERS NEEDEDLearn Write Dept 2W3, Jamster Industries .
about their cultural past When Twelve of these essays are
Inc., 100 Ashmun, they like Barbour find these published for the first time.
how you can Earn Your Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Zip V records either mlssin or lost, Writings by black spokesmen

Barber Course Free. 49783. they make even,greater demands like Malcolm X,Char lei Hamilton
I HAIR CUTS 75? on society. ROD Karenga, and some
CALL OR VISIT ISABELLA OF PARISThat's I Tj White American society has others makes the book valuable

( Mel r I have the Amazing continually failed to recognize, simply as a collection of writings
bear, or deal with the image of Important black people
tonic tablets, pep :
superior
Jacksonville 1 the black man-culturally of
The for all the things you want to our day.Barbour .
i socially, or economically. The gives a perfect
Satisfaction
BarberCollege Inc. do. Box of 30, $1.00.Money Back. l-r I -- -.I......: demands protests, and efforts explanation of the value of the

I, For Men guaranteed and Women.or Flans are under way for tbe organising d.'Jukscitlle'srestaurant operate In the farther planning of the union .t.KttMUM to meet these needs by.black collection when be says:"Some

Al 630 Davis Street hotel and service employees. Howard. picture above are: Leroy Bass, Urban League; Courtney; people themselves, or to make'the essays I chose because I knew
P.O. Box 230, Dept..S., Richardson, International Representative of the Hotel and Calvin Robinson, Jacksonville; Dr. Warren Scbeel President white society wake up and they must be preserved; others
Gary, Indiana Restaurant Employees and Eugene Court ley, International Emeritus of the Jacksonville Urban League; Dr. Jean Downing and face the dilemma, is what because of the need to have
355 9814 Representative of the Railway Clerks International were in Board Member of the Urban League; Dr. Hunter Satterwhlte,. Barbour calls, "'Ibe Black black power examined from

r FOR MEN AND WOMENOF Jacksonville on May 31). At their invitation, many leading Chairman of the Board of the Urban League; Marion 8. Johnson Power Revolt"Re every point of Insight"
I cltltens of Jacksonville came to tbe hotel to bear plans and International.Longshoremen's Welfare Fund; Dr.,Lincoln uses a collection of M Toe contributors wttack the
'
: ALL AGES receive Information. Their support was solicited by the two B. Child, Jacksonville; Dr. C.V. McIntosh, NAACP and Urban assays by some well known subject from practically every
213BRALL International representatives. These leaders pledged to co- League, and Richardson. Bob Smith Photo and some Bot-so-well-knowa point of insight, and they do an
NOW Take New IMPROVED NATURE black writers and black power extremely rood job?
r. TABLETS for that tired rundown

feeling that keeps you from Dr. Ben Herbster Stresses HEARING
: BRICK HOMES enjoying life. THE DEDICATION

: t ONLARGE .::1 $5.00.100 Tablets$1.00 $3.00 deposit; 200 on Tablets COD'S. Importance of Brotherliness. j

EMPIRE PRODUCTS &&SALES
j LOTS Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway. COLLEGE N.C/-Wbltt persons who supported civil !fELON r

Chicago, Illinois 60626CIRCULATION rights causes in the past ought not to expect gratitude from the I INegroes I

t I;! CARVER PINES they supported, the president of.the.United Church of j
Christ said here today. "we are apt to M CLsappotnted I r {
when have j L >
Rev Dr. Ben Mohr Herbster we given ourselves
$$10,500 TO $11,500 Man to work part-time. Ableto of New York City speaking at wholly to a cause, and ,
work all day Friday.Driver'sLicense. the Eton College Baccalaureate yet defeat follows," Dr. Heri I i
Good references. Service told the students that hater said. But be added that
VA.FHAVULCAN REPORTER "',ou don't buy people no matter apparent defeat might In tilt j

how much you serve them or end be victory ,
Trainee. Must be good J In how much you sacrifice for "Who is defeated and who is
them. not defeated? Was John tilt .,
English. Apply:
"Some of us have bad to learn Baptist defeated? He lost his
this the hard way in the present head, literally but was be I t
INC. FLORIDA STAR crisis in the nation" Dr, really defeated; was his message

UIH t MONCRIEF Herbster said. "We mistaken silenced?,What about the a r:
1H-WS ly believe that, because we martyrs? What about Mirtta I'I. 'att0
have stood beside our brothers Luther King, Jr.? Were they .
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE fought for them, that they ought defeated. ?
to be so grateful that they allow .lUstor, has a strange way of
RECORD SALE us to make their decisions defining defeat and victory.
for them" Look at our Lord. All he did
f DR. KING'S LAST SPEECH I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAINTOP He said that white support of was to love God and bis fellow
/ I HAD A DREAM. Now On Sale Priced At civil rights causes has gained men, and yet he ended on a
51.08
only those rights that were due cross. But he was not defeat,
*
LOVER HOILDAY NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP the Negro from the beginning. ed."
.1 GOT A StIlt THING He added that Christians support Dr. Herbster said the lesson !
I NEVER DO YOU WRONG FUNKEY STRCET
civil rights causes "for of all Godly men is that "!be
'
OPEN THE DOOR
COWBOY TO CiIR.i levee sake and not u a means two great loves of life are la,
THE HORSE AMERICA MY HOME of control. extrlcably bound in one bundle i w -.
THE DOC'.1."t THDiK Dr. Herbster based his sermon, and cannot be separated: loved j
HERE COME THE JUDGE 'SHES LOOK3JG GOOD to the students on definitions of God and love for one's fellow i s1 ,. ", r ..: t,,,.._.._ ;
HITCH TO THE HORSE YOU KEEP ME HANING ON love. men." Abort art soon ewmmtaeeoma of ttt Gateway Barracti wuuaa A, teom at Oe Oxflrannt; exercises of tbe Barracks
-SWEET INSpmATIONSHE'S GOOD LOOKING One definition of love reveals He cautioned the students Auxiliary as they listen to the dedicatory speech of Commander Home at 1509 Kings Road. Photo By-BOB SMITH

-raIBUT TO A KING .1 GOT THAT FEELINGSHOOBEDOODA&AY that it causes people to work against confusing passion, infiliation .

-OPEN THE DOOR and sacrifice In order to help and emotion with love. SOLUTION TO PUZZLE Coca ColaAnnounces
:LICKING STICK TAKE TIME TO KNOW HEB others without expectation of He said a basic characteristic

THINK DOCK OF THE BAY reward, he said. of contemporary American life CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 'Religion And RaceNOD Fund
VALLEY OF THE DOLLS is self love. "We
AIN'T NO WAY He warned the students that are over- For
PREMIER MEATS EDGEWOOD STORE they could not expect success concerned about ourselves We Scholarships
to follow actions based on love. worry about how we can get F N ATLANTA-Tbe establishment:
ahead about bow we can achievesuccess
aid scholarship
IN FAVOR of a college
NEW MASSPANAMA
BRAND whatever that is. We CLEVELAND-NPI -The -(NPQ-A modern for qualLled nigh school graduates
a NEW are concerned about how we
In
of the was revealed recently: a
general assembly mass, performed to the Afro-
gain security-and for most of
NOW2BR announcement made by
Unltarian-UniversaUst Association Cartnbeaa cumbialenta joint
RICK HOMES beat of a
us security Is to have more than
baa of John W. Murphy m, president
what Is really sufficient given Us stamp baa arrived in Panama
WATERFRONT ROME "We are anxious about position approval to the formation of a B can be beard at tilt Roman National Newspaper Publishing
'h- Affairs control Association, and Kelvin A.Wall,
and rank, about preferment Black Council Catholic Cburch of Christ the
and status. We stress not humility led by Negroes, during its five- Redeemer and Is the innovation Market Development Manager
WALL TO WALL but pride not lowliness of day sessions. 'lbI1RII'OYIl was of the Rev. Leo Moron, for Coca-Coll USA, a Division
I spirit but boastfulness ostentation registered by a IM-327 vote 42, of Chicago and a group of of The Coca-Cola Compaay
CARPETING approbation and domin In .UtIoo. association other priests who came to sponsor of the scholarshipaward
0
ance." Howard University members authorised a 1 Panama IJcd aft yeara acoand to be presented to a
million budget' for use by the settled in San Mlguellto. The selected student by the NNPA.
Dr. Herbster contrasted these
4'1 34 bedroom plans with 1,1 ft, 585.00 MONTH i characteristics with those of a CONTINUED FROM PAGE council over the next four year. modern mass, is already a The winning high school senior
2 baths and garage. which include providing University will receive the schlarshlp
standard item'in such Latin
father who all his life
Modem school, churches and a complete scrimps faculties to prepare the SIXTH EXPLOSION American Argentina grant on the basis of his or her
areas u Mexico,
to to send
shopping center close save enough money evening meal for up to 4,000 college board exams, leadership
by. FHA.VAVULCAN his child to college or a mother persons each day and inclusion MER1DAIN, Miss.-(NI'SA )- Brazil, Chile and Colombia qualities and desire to

who sits up through the night to of the Poor People's Campaign Jewish synagogue recently ,
LINCOLN ESTATES pursue a college education.Student -
became the sixth religious eld-
..L nurse her sick baby. Such Iovlth1nka in the Campus Community for
screening assistance
.
flee In the city within five
J7130 first of else and
someone
RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 the selection of a recipient will
Dry months to be damaged by a
last of Itself he said.
Anna B. Coles director
be provide by the National
dynamite blast The two-year
I Dr. Herbster a former Nor of Nursing at Freedmen's, will Catholics Ask Scholarship Service and Fond
old Reform Synagogue of
INC. wood, Ohio, pastor has been be dean of the School of Nursing ,
,
Temple Beth Israel, suffered for N e g r o Stul3iits with headquarters -
president of the two-million in anticipation of the heavy as did nearby Priority For WorkIn In New York City.
damage
member United Church of

Excelsior:Champafne! : I 768-3479 Christ is since one and of 1961.32 seminaries colleges Elon academies College associated establishment granting University nursing of school a degree-at the building.sanctuary churches were Earlier lid burned five fellowship, and Negro the Bad Areas and NSSFNS acclaimed: is organUiUoo widely as a leading recognized dedicated educational -

to providing counsel and financial
LOUNGE &: RESTAURANT with the United Church.BUyaHOMEmlyGOnonlii Spring Rev. Harold Baptist O'Chester.church Popular, SAN FRANCBCONPQA help to deservingcollegehopfuls

'eIIa.1rmaD. of a committee proposal that new at1oQa1 throughout the nation.
guidelines tor Catholic education Murphy sail that In a.ddWoa
5516 Soutel Drive 765.9255 FOR SALE rebuilding said be received burned churches call two, be drawn up that would to the publishers' enthusiastic

hours before the latest bombing give priority to th. needs of endorsement of the scholarship
Motel and Restaurant beer the urban slums, was made award they have agreed to add
and was told "You're next"
NOW OPEN MAKE THE MOVE License. At American Beach.. before the National Catholic $500 to the fund.
For information Call 3545096. NAMED SECRETARY Education association's four- In commenting on Coca-Cola
8oLD TO FINER LIVING NI'SReI1f1rm1Dc day convention last week.. usa's participation la the Sch-_
El ( )
WILMETTE -
Our SpeciallySTEAKS Making tilt proposal was Msg. USA's participation In the Scholarship -
of UIeBaha'I
HICK support
I CONTINUOUS ALL
James C. with NNPA
LOST position that human Donoghoe director program ,
LIVE & department of edraton, U.S. representlon 70 leading Negro
rights art God-given rights
,
> PRIME RIBS N 0 5P 5Y 3DEDIOOM White Pekingese Dog brown delegates attending the 59th Catholic conference, who said, newspapers, Wall: stated that the
"The first and possibly largest purpose of the activity was "to
ENTERTAINMENT
( :V = i mass. Lost Near Flag Street annual National Baba'i convention
BANQUET FACILITIES q41 Apt 358-1532 or rL. 9-tltl.. elected Glenf ord M chell, slice rf the tduational pie provide neededfunds for assisting
sett SALES OFFICE at must be put into meeting the deserving young people who
availablewith
apt
Featuring the national secretary of
DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP new could
needs of the ghetto. not otherwise afford to
350
Seating Capacity the UABabal community. A
IONE : 3546746GRAND begin a college education."
Jn Shits ot Snl' Drill |iWiiiiw FUIN APT.FOR RENT Negro assistant Mitchell editor is the of former Africa BRIMS till NEWSTO Announcement of scholar-

SmiciOpti PARK Thomas St., 29M,4 nice rms.Priv. Report editor of World Order chip winner will be a hlghlinght

0'.al. ti 2 M. Bath, elec., & Hot Water, Magatlne, and co-author, "The TIE FLORIDA STAR i ship tat winner wWbeahlgbUghtd
NNPA annual conventionNew
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