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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 8, 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:
UF00028362:00768

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 8, 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:
UF00028362:00768

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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years Jhe killed while oa leave. Matthew -, \ tbe executive committee.The .
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*, a resident ofWalteSprlngs, Two soldiers graduates of W. Gilbert High School has : ,a latest development u of
according to his &l&ttr. Mrs. New Stantoa Senior High were lost IS students war. Thursday was that a meeting of
Julia Rogers of Jacksonville; funeraliaed at Mt. Ararat Baptist I
William M. Raises Informed .p the old board was being called
joined Vita tit brother Ponce, chuck this ...t.The third the FLORIDA: STAR that two isr ,f < for Thursday tight at which :
aadwithaaotkerteeaaprerkad soldier a former student ofWUUam have died recently.Curtis Mite- Idjx time the vice president. Dr. i.
," )clause: 1 rkdl.../orta ,lUMS. agh.BdttoLv.Wlbe "., !.ieilemhatdrueu6Yeisadi j W. W. Schall would preside ..
expedition"..Into the ra ar brought haciloAhkrIU. his Vietnam recently.,, "ATLAXTA-Jra contraiutotlont from oa ,Resides to another President as J. ; 'Instead of Postmaster lames
near UM cattilt ,.- wlthla die next few days. according Johnny Powell sea of Mr. and (right), President and Chief Incentive of The Coca-Colt Company, greets Charles Boone, I, Workman now beea under,
As wandered Into the to relatives.Mew Mrs. Macon James PowelL 7937 newly-elected president of The National Association of Market Developers. Boon Lathe account: :. pressure to taiga frot s his

wood in three beard the rattled 'Station High's campus Mattes, the deadly poisonous rattlesnake was again scene d looa and will be brought to the States u Austin addressed the opening luncheon meeting of NAMD annual convention held recently in CEO regulations was hoidttt
t snake match warns of mourning when,Wednesday,the Atlanta, Georgia the position Illegally since he
being Mtr before strlkinf tad Indies of Private Otis Coleman,' __ _-- -- n__ ___ holds a federal office tad had
--..._ Jr., and of Sergeant Bernard' r.: .l Y- not secured a waiver to permit
,1i Smalls, were, la flag-draped Crazed Man On THOUGHTS BASEDON tlm to function la the program,
,
caskets, brought to the foyer of The night before (Wednesday
the school where last respects m'age Kills tight) a meeting of the board
by hundreds of students and.faculty ? BROWN of directors was scheduled but
i members could be paid. hospital bed Hiss Bohn-Chla: ASSASSINATIONARE It turned out to be a ao-meeleg
Principal Charles. D. Brooks refused to accuse Brown' Aged Mother because only 10 of the 49

whose school has suffered thehighest Therefore, Deputy District LAKELAND FOirNell'oe members win present-not,
total of casualties, SI. Attorney JlJpI Mueller said. unBorn- child- enough to form a quorum to
said "'1111I Is one of the laai -one an KEPT SECRET
there was "insufficient evi all were killed and two more conduct business. Even Work.
places t. ey visit before they.leave .." mat tailed to show after he
!In fifteen-
Vietnam." B Is there-. critically Injured a
for '. If. Brown was arrested when minute shootup la this WASHINGTON Mrs. Martin Luther King. Jr., widow of Dr. had announced earlier thatWwould
I lore fitting that the1 abo 1 be police found a woman oa the water-front town. Roy Walden, Martin Luther King Jr. will reveal her feelings about her: resin at that meeting.'
: ". returned, though casualties of (d pavement beneath the second M, went wild. Dead listed were husband's death approximately a year from now and has signeda A new twist developed when
': >1'I war, for a Jut and heartbreakIng floor of his Hollywood apart Viola Disco 'fZ; Ralph Walden, contract with a publisher la New York who will produce such Dr. SchelL presiding la the
:._J! I farewell SGt* BERNARD A. SMALLS ment. The Inured woman was 57j Patricia Au McFarland, memoirs: la the spring of 1969. absence of President Workman,

:,;t : f". school.Two hearses Each etwure..ov-rolled ap to the within ,the ned few days, according identified u Marie Boha-Chln. 7; Roy Lee Walden, M, and the This contract,after the signing \n own book !Is released. permitted County Commissioner
to Mrs. Powell, his Brown, a former fullback with unborn child of Mrs. Johnnie revealedthat Ray Greece tospeaXi\
It
:\ \ .;, ed asbanorpurdstoodiadoc of which Mrs. King received an Only recently was
: the
: : Greene out that
mother. He ras a member of the National Football League Mae Hall. left only pointed
advance of 1500,000 the widow was
stipulates
.
and sad were
silence goodbyes
.
: ,:.'' ;-. 'j said u, Stantonltes paid reverence Friendship Baptist Church, la rushing' was booked on suspicion Mrs. Hall, In her twenties, that she will not give any interviews '$5.000 a home, and $50,000 County Commission has formally -
:, ; : Rev. Remus Smith Is pastor. of assault with Intent and Marilyn McFar land,8,were or discuss her Insurance policy takert designated GJEO u
and thought of them "as plans or fjom an .
r:: :> Private Powell was SI of to commit murder. He was Lakeland General Duval County's official antipoverty
," ---- scholars who left JackiIIcari1It years lodged la the feelings with any. writers until out on her husband by singer
young He would have been taken to the sheriffs office agency. Be said the

age. twenty- IIoIp1taI. Harry fv i& ""tt.
DONALD CATO secure la the thought offfC two oa June ., 1161. Five brothers In West Hollywood and released Roy Walden according to reports Cassius Clay Is Prior to Dr. King's death embark Commission: "1*:
seldom strikes unless e intend survive. Two are In the oa $12,000 bond. His wife and shot at least 17 times Mrs. Kinc bad agreed to let on Its duties
or unable to get away.AH Armed Services. Sergeant three children were In into three Lakeland homes, her slater, Edith Scott Bagley, of reorganixinc the GJEOboard
three rallied that asks URn H. Powell Is stationed Cleveland. tilling or wounding the six Denied Hearing be her biographer. That book of directors."
was somewhere about CllatlllcJai at Fort Bennett, Gs. Private According to Information, persons mentioned. Then, berserk :was ready before the assassination. Reorganisation of the board
ru tad climbed a tr... Addlson Powell Is la the Re, Brown and Miss Boha-Chln be turned the .M caliber For New AppealNEW However, the book was has been ordered by CEO regional 1
Donald's brother ran from the serves. Four sisters also sur were fighting. She was taken, pistol on himself, between HI put up for the public because director William '
area of the rattle. However r lye Carter Funeral Home In after the athlete had been subdued and S p.m. last Saturday.Mrs. ORLEANS, .-Caulu' led an extra 50 pages had to be W. Suttle of Atlanta U GJEO Is
Donald probably too close to charge of arrangements to be to the Citizens Emergency Duos was the first Clay was denied a rehearing added oa the assassination. to continue to receive federal
decide wtere tile rattler vis, announced toter. Hospital and to another hospital victim. The erased man Monday by the fifth Uj5.Circuit The extra pages related to Mrs. antipoverty money.
became a victim of circum\ And ao, balfab1lDl1r.ctclJack- In critical condition. appeared there and shot her, Court of Appeals on his con- King's reictlonsemotlooaUjr Greene said the County Commission

stances.Suddenly sonville's finest young and promising Sheriffs depaUe., aaS4 that his mother, In the head He and to her conduct at the beginning has adopted a
the snake struck. scholars have given Miss Bohn-Chin a Negro, was shot his brother Ralph In the 'of the period of. resolution action takes on
Its fangs sank deep Into one of their lives ta conflict, doing carrying a German passport. chest. They were found In the mourning. Monday-inviting organisations
Dca1d's'lits. The moat their bit to protect the interests Brown weighs 226 toe. Miss kitchen at S27 Qulney Street.: Recently Mrs. King was la Interested being representedon
'spread rapidly and effectively,' of the American u.Uaa. Fifh' Boon-Chin Is the daughter of t> Them, It has been surmised,: Washington helping Dr. Ralph the reorganized board to .1
bringing increasing pain All JOHMNT JEPWCLLreturning left, after visiting his school, Jamaican diplomat, and of a he went to'the home of Mrs. David Abernathy,'new Southern apply to the County Commissionfor ,1'
three had presence of mind and victors. Every dead probably saying "See Yom. German w.... She Is reputed Mary McFarland with whom El. Christian Leadership Confer: such membership! by 9 ,..., J
went to thelion. of a white tody. soldier who has attended Stanton to have attended school la he was said,to be living. He ence leader. Her children were Friday.
.-arb.11Itlad1madtatoural- has bees returned for a few Switzerland before coming to shot two of her children. One with her. However Mrs King wt..ey ........ I,
quet for':the victim. Then, t brief moments to the school America as a model Here she bullet struck Patricia la thehead. did participate inlteaorlalf.yservices
call waspot taforaaambulance which helped him lean. has used the Eva China She ., Another bullet .passe4 for her late husband ,Newly Elected Ii
Donald was taken to the Home Private Coleman, sot of Mr. has modeled la Rome, London: through the neck of Marilyn) .in Washington at the Lincoln
:UII1uaUllle4ical Center for tad Mrs. Otis Coleman 4215 sad Paris and has been shown :They' were found outside thetr Memorial. Later the widow Choice 'f
treatment Japer Fla White Carroll Drive, lost his life serving la leading American publications. ; home on Fourteenth CASl II CLAY went to Resurrection City. Head Is

Sprints does not hare hospital. la Korea PrivateColemaa Then, says the detective, action for refusing: Army In: Mrs. King concert artist has
Be wu later moved to Gaines- was graduated from New Stanton Brown has made several out Walden drove to 1118 West become active in the carrying Of Convention

yule, where specialists decided in 1M3. Besides his family standing pictures, among them Ninth and found Mrs. Hall in Clay or' Muhammad All, had out of the agenda of the Leader-
to amputate the leg.By this time front of her She hit WASHINGTON-The National
he Is Skirled by Mrs. Wynomt being the "Dirty Dona. Hits home. was all ship Conference. Whereverpastble
for
asked a rehearing by .
hope of saving the limb was In tilt abdomen. The child died: Education Association, largest
Lang Coleman, widow. Be entered a son-drinker. Be has been of the circuit's 13 Judges sitting -' the widow Is making
abe5dased." Army Service in W67. ,, la mctrve In the Negro Industrial When her husband drove up "en bane." speeches in the Interest of the most pretentious sad most
The'leg was amputated at October. and Economic Union and Is a Walden shot at him missed Tbe circuit's normal three- organization. Only recently she prestigious of all the education
the knee. Donald was hospital-1. Sergeant Bernard A. Smalls staunch worker for cMlrights. and then turned the btalwea'poon 'Jadge panel upheld the, urged unlonxatlon oa the part u.oc1aUolllIaAlllerlclltr :
tied for about three weeks. down the barriers of prejudice
was killed la Vietnam. Be was He somewhat of a self-styled himself. conviction of Negro employees.Mrs. .
May 8.1
Now be Is out and, according the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry super fftfmpUoa of civil rights. A son, Charles Walden, 20, rejecting Clay'sruling Ve was. King was oaths "Black got off the bandwagon with other
to Julia Rogers,convalescing; Small of IM West'Seventh St. Be feels that Negroes will beat could give no reason for tilt a valid conscientious objector Journal" program of the National d111-puej5lced organisations, .
successfully In White Springs. Be Joined the army In July oflt discrimination when. they barethe 'tragic shooting. Be did say, to military service because be Educational System on and named a Negro woman, t
A strange tan of fate put,, <7.Sad. economic means for fighting however. that the mother and was a black Muslim minister. June 12. Students from Southern Negro woman to take
ouJd'. mother la a car whichpassed Mr. Walden tilt top post of the organisation.
and mourning families tkelr cause. frequently gunrirelied. Morehouse and Spelmaa Colleges -
The court merely denied the, t'
THE NATIONAL PRtODENC
by the ambulance la ,
Brown
All-Amerlcaa '
hsadres from a shocked neighborhood was an were alaooetheprngnm
which he lay oa the way to the and reminiscelttf i PTC.; OT$ C0LEMANt JR.' at Syracuse, where he dated Roy Lee Walden,the dead man,' Issued request for a rehearing. and. Mrs. Klag was shows addressing last week '
hospital Mrs Katie Cato, his friends filled lilt precincts ofMt Again" to friends but always' shoat black tad whit coedz.vita was' working for a Lakeland no opinion. of his box- the graduating class Mrs. Elisabeth D. (UJi' ,',)
stripped
: Clay was
mother learned about (fps near Ararat Church where services w'c IItIa that charged marble.works where be helped of Harvard University. Mrs. Koonts, of Salisbury, .was
five
to
leg and sentenced
title
fatality only after retaining religious and military he would return. But, the story assault M make and deliver tombstones.ippirt .: years la June 1967 for refusing King is the first wonun of any chosen President-Elect and win.,'
home were gives.gher remains. as mother and father against a police officer to be honored.Mrs. te Inaugurated at the annuarconvention
Induction.: He la free on bond., race
Donald Is a student of the'' t I T schools have suffered can testify, that tour see was :'who was allegedly struck,brf ,{ "IF He wu convicted on criminal was also la the funeral party la Dallas. ,tSonthera
elementary school la Witte 'likewise. Douglas aider son has killed"; ta Korea, Vietnam or 'him when he attempted to eaten charges by t federal court Jurf of the tote Robert Kennedy and City,in July I
.Springs. ''lost four of>ts students.. Oe.... *lswhere. the athlete's apartment. Cuter Creside' la Houston. visited the place entombment. '* *'# +"* !
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PACE 2 STAR' PAPERS


I Poor Majority Neglected Purdue University Many Citizens Principal H.W. Jenkins Honored_


GOP Governors Advised Has Negro Official Fete Principal

BALTIMORE-A committee of private enterprise.)
six Republican Governor hu Mitchell appeared'rltatlon d 46 LAFAYETTE. Ind.-Stanford
learned that r k Be Jerry U67 W. 20th Avenue,
anti-poverty -
programs of the committee designed Henry Jenkins
Gafy/M. !ha been appointed
*
neglect poor people who to help draft the 1968
are "normal human who want at to a new fritJkCis: coordinator
Republican: platform a
Amnslcal appreciation
to get Jobs that decent of activities TO banquet
pay in this Friendship
meeting city's
Council at Sr. was held on June 3 at the Mayer
wages, live in a home where International fraternity
Bot '
tl-{ f
: Hotel In honor of \
Lankford IFC Henry rwiii
the roof does not leak and rat Governors attending session Stacy : ;
do not come in to bite the child- were: Spiro T. Agnew, Maryland said Terry will serve a* a W. Jenkins, Jr., principal: of '.' :.;,..,
communications link between Mary McLeod.Beth.. Elementary !
ren. ; Nelson A. Rockefeller,. fraternities a a deztraC1ll'rlc1llar School, No. 157. .i ,
Clarence Mitchell director of Purdue .
: ,
New York George W. Romney !
; Mrs. J.M. )
Wright was General .
activity groups :
the NAACP Washington Bureau, ;
Michigan Norbert A. Tiemann, Chairman Willie Walker Plafe4- A
declared that the majority the which need manpower.
Nebraska Raymond P. Shafer,
; he violin solo. "
a
Greetings r
Lankford said so tar u came
"do not make
poor good news Pennsylvania, tad John H. ,
copy, so the public relations Chafes, Rhode Island knows Terry is the first Negro from William T. Harper, Assistant
to seek and serve in a Director of Elementary
men use the brick throwers,the
Mitchell said he was speaking
in the IFC. Education for Duval County
position
looters and the arsonists to pore major
as a individual rather than in
.tray Jhe poor.;' his NAACP capacity: or u Terry, a sophomore in indus Mrs. June B. Davis sang. At.:
Caning for a 'mass lye chairman of the Legislative trial management, 1* a member torney Releford McGriff
program of assistance" rather Committee of the Leadership ,of Omega Psl Phi, all-Negro brought Echoes. Mrs F. P. '

than,"fast action" to keep the Conference on Civil Rights.Describing fraternity Donald gave acknowledgements,
disruptive element quiet, Mr. himself an ."inde Purdue's Negro fraternities as curriculum coordinator..
u
members of the IFC, but The Bethnne Faculty Ensemble
Mitchell Said that the Job can voter he discussed are
pendent :
Lankford said they have heretofore sang. Claude O. HUlard,
only be accomplished as a partnership -
could the
between the Federal, way Republicans help taken little active partin Principal of Carter G.Woodson
of civil
state and local governments and cause rights. the council's work."We hope elementary school and ArnettP.
we can wort the Negro fraternities Rogers, Sr., L.F.D. Housed
Into the structure of our Rogers, made remarks Mrs
organisation," he said. Rose B. Barrow acknowledged
the presence of guests. Mrs.
ADD A ROOM Hampton Fund Marian Ci. Kelly presented ..
plaques H. W. Jenkins, Jr.,
Honors Leaders Principal: and honoree, made
remarks. The audience Joined .
Hampton Institute president singing "For He* a Jolly
Jerome JL Holland has announced Good Fellow.
the establishment of scholarships
In honor of NAACP. St. Petersburg Club
executive director Roy Wilkins,
the late federal Judge I.Wat1e1
Names Best Dressed
Waring, and the late Mrs.
o ALL TYPES Elisabeth Howe, a teacher: of The TresCharmontClubatlts

is OF FINANCING the donor, prominent Harlem annual formal dance at the _
physician W. Adrian Freeman, Sheraton Inn, presented names h ,.
who was graduated from Ramp-. of the "10. Best Dressed
MEMBER OFCHAMBER ton Academy la 1922. Women" The. winner were
The scholarships: win be used nominated by member of the 4t: 0f .
OF at the ,
for Nursing Education club. .
C COMMERCEColl Virginia College. Also, aa auditorium The ten chosen are: Mrs EarlG. : : _
.la the new Nursing Welch, Mrs. Alvin J. Downing
School will be named for Mr*. Mrs Edward McRae. Mrs.
Day, Night or Sun. Howe and rooms will be named Freddie L. Dyles,Mrs CharlesGreen
356-8341 for Mr. Wilkins and Judge War. Mrs. Norman Bndby, L
: ing In a planned Hampton Union Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mrl.OrieD -

Building. lyer,-Mra.Fred.Alsup and Mrs.
Aluminum Benjamin 1011I1.Owens .

Siding 59 fT"'* Social Workers Ladies fr


Honor New Yorkers Meet SaturdayThe .

PERRYMAN'Si SAN FRANCBXMNPIM
Illinois Ladle Club
Keaneth .8, Clark, Mew York Owens
Homo Improvement Co.. Ise.I psycholglst Mrs. DeLeslle will meet Emma Saturday .la the home S419 L .
of Mr. Milton
Alls rte volunteer of
1911 EVERGREEN AV X c business
Rochester, N.Y., will be the Phoenix Important
will be transacted. Mr*. Annie
1961 recipients: of the Distinguished ata
M r *.
Service Awards of the Sherman Is president
National Conference oa Social Emma Mellon ls reporter.Lackawanna.


Does Coca-Cola Welare.The awards will be gives at ,, ., _


have the'taste,, ,.. 'v "... ,the convantiat organisation'this city.May tt-11 Club .Has.Fet :.

.Dr. Clark 1s president of the The Lackawanna SoclaL-and:
tired of? Metropolitan Applied Research Saving Club>> will sponsor a r {401
you never get Center, New York and professor party at the home of,Mrs.

of psychology,City college GeorgUnna Ford, tilt North tl ''
of New York. Myrtle Avenue on June 16. ,
Is it always refreshing? Mrs. Ilea 1s current President 'f ( a
rqta
of the National Federation Johnson YMCAAIIIIOIIIeS ..'. .
of Settlements and Neighborhood t" ", ,
Centers. .
Do things go better Fun ,'lit


with Coke Poro Association In The Sun Camp ) / '

Johnson Branch YMCA announces .

after Coke after Coke t ? Will. Hold, Annual the opening of Its
Summer Fun In The Sun Day
COLUMBUS.CtloCNPOTbeNational Camp Monday, June 11, and
Poro association will lasting for aa eight-week

AlA".,...",.,,..-...-.*0... t.r..ec.... hold Us annual meeting at the period. The camp Is open to k
w.r w .0.-.0 w"a.wre sw....r*&.r 1001M Christopher Inn June ".11. boys and girls five through
Soror Delols Washington,supreme
fourteen. Camp activities are
w: grand humans,will .
preside
to .:00
from 10:00 am p.m.
t l .i.e Y
at the Mad Hatters brunch
Monday through Friday. ,
4 t p
sponsored: by PI Omicron Rho Campers will learn new skills,
Omega sorority Saturday morn- contemporary arts and crafts

lag. field trips and tours of Florida's
The 1967 Miss Poro Queen been
resources have planned
will crown the ISM Queen.
on a weekly Itinerary
State Sen. John W. C. Bowen The "YMCA Learn to Swim"

wA. will be guest speaker at the Program will be .la effect __u_ '_ _____ ,_ '''' 'LL......''''''''> '.' ___'; '
annual Award Banquet Monday "
evening. stressing physical fitness, Principal .the right The aerf picture show Mrs. C.B.Botom,Mr*.
Arnold Demille of New York hiking team sports, moviesdaily try : : Donald, Mrs. MjS.HullSamuel Kelly, Janus Olirer,
CUy* Melady Publishing company new games arts and Lawrence A. Williams Sr., and Mrs. Marlaa G. Kelly.
will serve on the con musk appreciation.: Campfee* wisher the next picture are Mr. and Mrs.,Claude O. HttUird, Mrs-
vention' educational staff.' are $5.00 per member. For fore : Mrs. Leroy Jackson Willie Walker and Roosevelt Prler,
call Johnson
Ial ,further Branch YMCA detail 765-SS8Ior765- : In the lowest picture, from the left, are Arnett P.Roger.
Mrs. J. Kelly and William
Attorney Mrs. Releford
______ Floridian Gels J5M. Harold Jackson: Is Camp is on Harper A.L.,.Prier McGriff
--- ------------ -- ----- and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, co-honorees.

You know it.J It's' your best Director.
DegreeBALTDIOREJuet
Morgan Deltas
Help Library
refreshment buy. L Smith,
st. Petersburg Fla., war one
of 66 graduates of MorganStat
'College who received their degrees
on June I. Dr. Samuel
Cobf1 Cokes Myers, president of Bowie State
College and a Morgan State
graduate, delivered the com.meoctDWi
addr....Dr.Martia
"" ,d into thtoMionOolThtCauCoK Came**.t>y IOnul"IWIIIIIUL
Jenkins U president
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.... ..... Joan Jackson i
Raines High


-'if.-: Floradale" Demonstrators" i Dedicateatitt Wedding :Bells: ] Plans Work Named Miss EWC

...rr., Joan Thomasena Jackson, talented
For SummerWilliam
"
do Edward Waters College
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: .' Ronald'' Curtis Stansell, 505 Pool Black, Baldwin, Fla., 40 Haines High School Junior was recently elected
N. St., 19 and Maggie Plttman, and Willie Mae Pcitisr, Baldwin will hold enrollments tor the Miss Edward Waters College
:): 44 t ... 664 S. Lincoln: Ct, 17. Fla., 40. Evening Summer School Enrichment for the year of mi tad 1969.
"
> .. Wince Albert Jesse Simmons Edward McCauley 1002 programs, Tuesday I
Simon ,
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and
<; ',: 1. '".' Thursday nights, on Thursday ,
,.,' \ Irvlngton, N.J., 23 and Harriett W. 8th St., 22 and Ellnbeth Helen June 20.
,,"l 1i. ,",' Halson Moss, 1131 Grant St., Wells, 654 Franklin St., 22. One area of interest will be
,. ,11 22.
,
.. \
.J "How To Be Successful Coll
", < '>-4' t. tlJ Melvin Calvin Dennis, 1653 W. ege." This is aimed to make
tf: .'." Raymond Angus, 1451 LeeSt. 17th St., 23 and Elisabeth Ann college adjustment easier. 1b1I'cia.
;, .:. .. 'i llfr. -.. .. IA 20 and Sheila Gall Paul, 1544Mt. Stoodemlre 1026 E.Beaver St., .. Includes material on budgeting
_. :
Herman St., 17. ZOo
getting along with
;" ; \ $ othersstudylng for and taking +.S
: Willie Ed Lucas 72S Lincoln Samuel Patrick Brock 1360 W.
'Il ; tests, social life, and other ,
.. : .,, Ct., 23 and Delores Hurts, 14th St.,eland Cassandra Joyce .
.w < important essentials for success 3
'. "' : !,: 725 H. Lincoln ct., 27. Overstreet 9914 New Berlin after high school The

: .. < 41 1 Rd., lt.Samuel. second section of the class will
Tommie Lee Taylor, 197S W.
;>} be devoted to an Intensive
; 16th St., M and Willie M.Lewis, RadcUff Howard, Jr.,
; course In Speed Reading and
:' 622 S. Lincoln Ct, 11.. 116 West Adams St. 22 and In Listening and Reading.! I
Mac&
"f'f' James 5737 .Cynthia Beatrice 111 W.
is
"" I Adams tOldSt.l Typing an additional adult
.22 and Doris Louise { 'AdaJDu St., ZOo course, planned to lead toward
\ English St, 21. the securing of better Jobs.
: Lester Lucas Lee, 2007 Bald- Other JOAN T. JACKSON
i subjects will be woodwork
; \ Lamar Chancy Baldwin,760 W. 'win st., 23 and Annie Louise metal work, graphic arts Miss Jackson is graduate of
; .i'f': Union St., 29 and Alice Mae An Mlddleton, 127 Oak St., 24. for hobbles and employment, the Ulddleton Senior High

tt derson, 2032 W. 14th St., ZOo Eddie C. Turner, 1267 W. and choral and band musle for School Tampa, Fit. The young
'J r r ..rJr 4th St., 29 and Shirley Ann pleasure and enrichment lady was Miss Vogue XIO of
George Cornelius Murray 416 Albertle 6551 New Kings Rd. The summer term runs form 1961 and 1968. The Tampan Is
1\\ E. 27th St., leindAanjeinK1.lefts U. The summer term runs from vice chairman of the Public
Huntley,655E.RankUnSt, June 20 to August 1. Individual Relations Council, secretary of
J1 11. James Daniel Smith. 528 E. registration Is $4.00 for the Student Council and of the
Church st., 73 and Savannah ail courses Dr. Andrew Robinson Student Government Association
'' >t Bitty Davis m, 4229 Mon- Williams 521 E. Church St., is principal. secretary of Alpha Epellon
-0{ 4 erief Rd., 20 and Brenda Joyce 77. Honor Society DO.B of the
Palmore 962 W.Beaver St,II. Vogue xm Social Club admlnlstratlve -
JU Enrollment Starts June 28 editor oft the Yearbook -
ne FUradaleHom Demon traUoBClBbmemberiaadoClc rs Annie L. R01 Treasurer Mrs. Ada Woodard, Mrs. Vlrene Bobby Lee Tuner 1925 West columnist of the Tiger
of .which are shown above, supervised U the dedication qf the J. Roberts, president; Mrs. Ethel Wilson and Mrs. Susie Keith; that St.,24 and Julia Mae Smith, Registration for Jacksonville Friday, June 21, from t a..., Claw, school paper,and a member
Irving E. Scott Recreation Center in June.Seen in the picture chairman. BOB SMITH Photo 1771 Cleveland st., 23.Kennls University's six and eight week to 7 p..., In Swisher of the Social Science Club

from the left, are: Mrs. Luella Cummins Chairman; Mr. __ summer sessions will be held Gymnasium and the Gems.HAVERTY'S I
Beasley, S024Waxwlng .:
An., 26 and Gladys Lee Good I
Astro Gents Launch Out __ man, 6024 Waxwlng Ate, 27.
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Sterling ,
4 tjJ = Mich., 22 BraswellDDetroit,

Orange Park, Fla 17.
Since 1885 I Ik.1t
Nathaniel Green Hunter S2S9
Bunch Dr., 49 and Dorothy
James 5239 Bunch Dr., 44.

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Richard Lee Curry, Philadelphia "
24 and .
214 8.Wit.
kins, Flag St, & "There's Na Piece Like Home"

Morris Carl Limp, 4106 Victor -
A r y s sIy St., II and Mary Frances
rr : T Jones, 2202 Thomas Ct., 1t.
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Whitney Young's: r


Daughter To Wed ; WEEK-END SPECIALy

NEW YORlMNPIMIr.. and
Mrs. Whitney M. Young. Jr. y I
have announced the engagementd
their daughter Marcia Elaine j 1
Young, Robert Boles,a novelist .
and free-lance writer I
Young is executive director
National Urban League Boles A
Is public Information specialist.

,New York Urban Leagues
Operation Open City.
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_- .. -- Fay Harris
A festive occasion was that whea the Astro Gents gave a party and Mn. Bevy Rhua, Mr. and Ian u .. .
Indicating their launching out on their fourth year u one of, Nathaniel' Williams, and on the right lira, Nathaniel William Goes To Italy ,
Jacksonville's leading clubs. Shows above are, from left; Mr. and Mr. aad Mrs. Vaa Jenkins.. BOB SMITH Pboto t ,e t
Miss Fay L. Harris, daughter
of Father and Mrs. T. Vincent
Camelia Ladies .
Astro Gent's Guest Floradale Has Harris of St. Gabriel's Episcopal -
; Cterch left Jane If or aevest '
List Next Meet Dedication 01 JUMBO SIZg SWING 1

The Camelia Ladies Club will 48 in. vide t

meet In the home of Mr. and Scott CenterThe
Mrs A. E. Frailer Tuesday
Bight June IS, at I p-m. The Floradale Home Demonstration 51.1; ? rI C
t IMr FratUrs live at 16M West Club dedicated the J. 11,1' /,/ '',r '
Seventh Street. Mrs Lots Irving E. Scott Recreation Cean

Hagen win be co-hostess. Full ter on Saturday, June 1, with 1 ,
reports will be made 08 tilt trip aa elaborate program. 6 'l5: 4 ,qf ... ,N .
to Daytona Beach on June 90. Participants were: Mrs.L nt- 'l'l11'Iuyr.r iji1NNSwy
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Mrs. A.M. Hartsogis president. Ia Cummins, Occasion; Rev. ,
FJD. Pastor WoodlawaPresbtferiaa
Temple Will Wilson r .tit 4+,u4ti / I'
Lodge Church speaker; 1FAT
Mrs Ethel Powell remarks; .
See Magnolia Lake Mr. Peele, County RtcreaUoaIWDttllUCt .t
and Construction .
$ will have Mrs.B.J.Canty \ :. .ti
and Mrs. Vaa Jenkins were pret at the recast feettvttiMof Temple Lodge tO Supervisor remarks i
Its annual summer outing Saturday County Extension BOOM
the Astro Gents when they celebrated their entrance la their
June 15, at Magnolia Economics Agent remarks .tm
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fourth year of activities as sponsors of sports within the aria .l:
BOB SMITH Photo Lake. The bus leaves Masonic Mrs. Vlrene Roberts, President
Temple, 410 Broad Street at of Floradale Homemakers IU.RU.
Joins 9 a.m.Therewlllbenocharges.. Club presentation of club mem weeks of study Invoice inSiena m
Warren Women's League Ernest Pierce is Wishful... hers Dr. J. Irving E. Scott, Italy. Miss Harris the recipient .

Staff( ter. Lloyd N. Pearson Is Sec Director of SpecialSenrlcesfor of a scholarship from the
Sales
- retary. Dual County Board of Public Northe Carolina School dArts, I
A. J. Warren Joins sales stilt Meets June 17 Instruction, remarks. Wiaston-fialem N. C.The summer MetalSwingSet

of Haverty's Downtown Store. The Democratic Women's West B, Saving Mrs. Susie L. Keith expressed session' in Italy Is to collaboration .
S. G. Brunkhorst vice presl- League win hold the annual thanks. The chorus of the Carter with the Academia:

.cleat .aid. regional manager meeting Monday, June 17, at I Club Plans Meet G. Woodsoo School sang. Musicals Chlglana Mitt Harris
-.... p.*.. at ML Ararat Bggdct! Members of the club art Mines. is a senior at St Augustine's rn
Church. The theme will be The West B. Saving Club will Elizabeth WlUoa. Helen Glover, College Raleigh, N.C. .i
'i l' "Women's Place IB the World meet la the home of Mrs. Araetha ,OUie ayes, Annie 1..Hill,Cre- $ r V
Today." Mrs. T.V. Randall will Wallace, 922 MadlsonSt ola Tareadcraft, Carrie Loady Associated Garden '
deliver the address. for the regular meeting on June Vlerene Hubson, Ada WoodarulHellas Complete 3888
The Democratic Women's 16, at 4 p-m. Mrs Isabell Hand Marie Osborae .t
t'I I League of which Mrs. Au Me. Bailey Is president. Jene Williams, Barbara Mun- Club Have BenefitThe with stand ': 1

Gee Is president concerned gla, Margrette Thomas Ethel Associated: Garden Clubs .
1 abed the education oftoday's Mini Skirt Ball Llggens, Leslie Morrison. Ella of Jacksonville are sponsoring i i
Johnson, Eunice Erica andSasle benefit dinner at the Clubhouse. unassembled.
youth. Each year the In carton
.LL '. League gives a scholarship to' Will Be June 22 L. Keith 244 West 17. on June 20,Thursday :

I some worthy .student who has The Chil-Chat Civic Club will Officers are: Mrs Vlrene Roberts beginniaf! at soon. Mrs.
President Mrs. Sadie ,
; Health Covlagtoa Is president
attained aa excellent rating la.
A. J. WARREN scholarship a. d general sponsor Ball June a Town 22 lathe and home Country of Rhodes, Vice-president Mrs. Mrs. Austin U vice president Completely assembled MO extra t LI
Haverty's Furniture Stores in activities. 2054 Mary H. Kir by,Secretary;Mrs. Mrs. Qneenle B. Williams Is
Mrs. Thelma J. Toney
Florida announces the The Democratic Women's Johnnie M. Dove, Treasurer; secretary.Century.
West 19th Street.
employment salesmtaat of Mr. A. the League State became Convention affiliated Women's with Mini skirts, shorts and slacks Ruby Lewis Cummlngs Reporter, Parllameatarlan. and Mrs.SueUa .- bummer.fun and good looks too in this 3'seat swing of expanded metal. The IDOWNTOWN

J. Warren u will be featured. Saving white enamel finish Is make it weather .
Haverty's' downtown store, dab of Florida la Pensacola gleaming phosphotized to resistant
Jacksonville. Mr. Brunkhorst la November of 1907. All are Bel Air Club Will looks good for years and years. More stability, more support too with the
said "We are glad to have invited' toInstalled attend. Cooper Academy Club Plans MeetThe heavy weight frame. Sure to be the favorite spot on your porch or lawn ?
Mr. Warren Join our organisation The following officers will be Serve Tea SundayThe Century *vlags aadSociaa Buy on Haverty's Easy Terms! .
he will be by Mrs. Leonora
and we feel that business BMettssj
a creditable addition to our Davis. President Mr&.AuMe- Enrolls Students Nil air Social and Savings Club held Joe the 10, la Hoastoii
attended Gee First VIce- Pnssled Mrs. Club wW have the animal Monday
sales staff. Mr. Warren ; social *.tlmgWitt
BalL The next
toe public shcools of Edna Lewis; Second Vice-pre, Cooper's Academy: 2032 tea Sunday June 11,11'011I4 to be w1l'Ir...Roll f Bane,.
Bible sident, Mrs. LucOe Lowery Benedict Road win begin enrollment 6 P..., stt&e&L4w.branchd Park Pork
Cleveland Ohio,Cleveland ; PeatoB. A Free CentralSouth.
at
College and Baptist Seminary Recording Secretary, Y r a.certrude OB June. 24 for the' the T.W.C.A., CS2 West waist J3 iU. Cs precede the ,. Laura at Duval ::.Drive In M Church St.
.Summer School. Information .
Eighth street.Mra.Ilontenu
of the Bible at Cleveland. Mr. Harris; Financial \ .. BoustoaaadJUes
Invites Us friends Secretary, Mrs. Hannah cu be secured at the school or' Weal will .uac. enMn.Thrti.frl.10
Warren many
to '.m.
by calling ISS-C260 or speak Mrs. Geneva Tasker will will be present greet SOUTHSIDE 6160 Beach Blvd.o ;
Hnllmaa Corresponding Secretary
,to visit Urn at Haverty's. ; members. Mrs. Make > ) .Sat til* 30
downtown, Laura at Duval for Mrs. L events Marques.Treasurer ; 1I5. Bishop M. C. H. sing. Mrs Loolse Graham Is heir -' ,
the finest In furniture,carpeting. Mrs. Annie B.Racker Cooper U President. Mrs. C. president The tea Is open to' Francis itspruldent.MLMN.dyed U secretary.
and appliances. Cooper la principal. the public.






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I : Sweetfield Baptist Women's Day Is Sunday June 23 Women's Service To Mankind I

.. .. .. Will Be Theme of Annual Meet


Sweetfield Women's'Day Participants '' Sweetfleld Baptist Church 1365 Harrison will be the scene of

/, !: 'CHURCH the Annual Women's Day celebration Sunday, June 23.The theme I
: I| NEWS | w1t11wt .Y.rn.e'. fiarvlees to Mankind."
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Mrs. D.: B.: Barnes will serve Mrs Mary Lee Brooks, Vice
-v ,.,' u Pastor for the Day Mrs. Chairman Deacon Board;
: T. V. Randall will be Chair Chairman Trustee Board, Mrs
"' > TEMPLE OF THE REJECTED STONE OF SUCCIBS Sunday man. Mrs. Geneva Wrlce will b Rosa Lee Grant Vice-chair
school begins at 9.4S: with the superintendent and teachers In Co-chairman. man, Mrs PrlsceUa Bolte,.
.., :; \' charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a. m. Rer. Willie The annual celebration will Mrs. Wfllle! Mae Sinclair and
,:, Lee Brooks, pastor, will deliver the message. Prayer meeting; begin with the Sunday Schoolat Mrs. Estella Simmons will co-
i tt, ?:;; ."!' w 1.t is Tuesday. night; at 730. The church Is located.at SMI Patti: 9.30. The pest Superintendent chair the reporting of finance.
Avenue will be Mrs. Hoists Solo- Captains are: Mrs. VirglreeHalsey
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Mew Kings Road mon. Miss Ruble Coleman and Mrs. Helen Holmes,
Sunday School opens at 1 :30. The morning worship beginssi Mrs. Elltabeth: Ball wW be In Mrs Minnie Brown, Mrs. Nerada -
11 am. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 charge of the Sunshine class Anderson Mrs Gloria
'and No. 2 will serve all da,. Music win be Mrs. Black and Mrs. Edith Hill wiU supervisethe Singleton, Mrs. Ruby Jones
Mrs. M.L. Johnson. District No. I will hold Its monthly meet Sunrise class. Mrs. Carrk )lr.. Thelma Green,Mrs.Viola
Ing. On Sunday, Jane 16, at 3 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Frances Anderson and Mrs Flossie Tate, Mrs. Melt flyers a a d
Patterson SOIl Dunmlre Avenue. Deacon Wilson is leader.A Smith will supervise the Junior Mrs. John Esther Jones Rev.
baby contest win be held Sunday at 4 p.m. The day will behighlighted Girls. Mrs.Tbelma Baker will D. B. Barnes Is pastor of the
by t recital featuring Mrs. Lois Perry and Mrs. teach the Boys' class. Mrs. M. church.
Vlrgle Lee Seward. Mrs. Loubenla Collins will speak. Annual L, Brooks and Miss Ada Mae
.e 4 4M Youth! Day will be June !S. Rev. Remus Smith pastor. Barrier will handle the Intermediate ,*.
Ladies
class .M r.. C.B. Holsey
TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Barnes and a visiting teacher
1 Sunday School begins at 9.30, with Superintendent Bessie Solomon will be in charge of the Senior Plan For Annual
is charge. The lesson wW be reviewed by Mrs. J. Wynn. Girls. Mrs. Juanlta Wynn will
The morning service begins at 11 a.mt.Rev. Young will speak. teach the Young Adult class.
AU adult choirs will sing. The Male Chorus and Usher Board Mrs Emma D. Melton will instruct The Ladles of Holsey have
No. S win also serve. The Vacation Bible School opens on the lAdies Bible Class. organised for their annual Women's
June 24 and closes July 5. Registration will take place on June The General Secretary will be Day. Mrs. Idalene Clark
... IS. Teachers' meeting is Wednesday at 6.45: p.m. Prayer! Meet :Linda Spencer. Miss Janet Han- Is Chairman. Mrs. June .,,.
tug will be at 7:30.: AH youth choirs rehearse on Wednesday kina will be pianist Mrs. S.T. son Is Co-chairman. Mrs
..... .at 5-30 Sirens will review the lesson. Dorothy Pollard Is Secretary.Mrs. .
: NEW REDEEM BAPTIST Remarks will be made by Mrs. Vila ThomaswiilbeTra.
.,I" District No. I will have the annual tea Sunday at 1p.m. at the Nevada Anderson Host Super' surer of the finance committee
church. Usher Board No. I will have their anniversary tea on Others will be Mrs Hettie Cotton .
Sunday, July 7, at 3 p.m. at the church. Sunday School begins at In the morning service, which Mrs Lacflte Hogan, Mrs.
-. ____..L 9:30. Rev. E. L Norman will review the lesson. The morning begins at 11 *.m., Mrs. Mary Eola, Decorating Committee.
The Ladies Choir of the Dayspring Baptist Churci will kooor Mattssla Blgfins lit'.. Lotar Romaa, Vice-president Mrs. worship begins at 11 a.m.with the deacons charge of devotions. F. Washington will preside.. On the Program Committee
father Sunday, Father's bar. wlthpn all-Male Tea Member Cunillla Patterson.Mrs,. Louise White, Mrs. Sostn;0derJa,1Mr. Monthly meetings will be held by District Nos. 5,8,7.1.delivered The Mrs. Rizle Coot aid Mrs. be Mrs. Annie Mumford, Mrs,
of this croup are shorn above, from left to right, first second .. Ruby Askew, Directors. JXbers not shown are: Mrs.. evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons will be Elisabeth Cooper will lead the Jennett Cannon, Mrs Laura
and third rows: Mrs. Vera Bythwood Mrs Daisy Hills, Mrs. carrie L. Mallard, President, Mrs. Ulllaa Johnson, Mrs. by the pastor. Prayer meeting is every Tuesday night at 7:30 devotions. Mrs. C.C. Bradwell! Rapes Mrs. Myrtle Averie.
Verma Eagleton, Mrs Annlne Austin, Mrs. Dorothy McGbee foUowed bv.BIble Study at I p.m. Church location: 1614 East
Katye Stickler Mrs Estella Lee, Mrs W. L. Smith, Mrs E. win lead the prayer.MlssToUy The Tag Committee membersare
Mrs. Tiny M. Thomas, Mrs. Bonita Terry, Mrs Myrtle Means, Ogden, Mrs Helen Bullock Mrs Jannle KllL Mrs. Louis SOU Street.FAITH D. Brooks will read t the Scrip : Mrs Eva M. Gilbert and
mrs. Maggie Marie Roberts, Mrs Lucy Dunbtr, Miss Claudia Bellam, Miss Willie M. Willis, Mrs. Rose Reynolds, Mrs. TEMPLE tures. Mrs. Marl BruIo Rev.Dave
Jones, Mrs. Pearl Collins, Mrs. Bessie Washington, Mrs. Allen. Rev Wearer it : McElrln Is Mrs. En
Cyrus A. pastor. The tea will be from Sunday School opens at 13 a.m. The morning worship begins The program follows:Occasion pastor.
1 to S p.m. The church Is located at 1015 Jefferson. Miss Gloria Singleton; Mae Gilbert; is secretary.
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Missionary Offering Mrs. Eva;

-- -- -- -- ------------ W tic Barrow. Bar e'sD C. Resler; Announcements,
w"1t ; e n a y Mrs. Geneva Raspberry; Prayer A.M.E. Ziooifes
rl i Bob Smiih Summer Plan
family -. ,. -- ----- -, for the Sick, Mrs...L.Badger
r. ; Solo, Mrs. Annie B. Slnglctary -
t Family Group Pictures In Breath ;'t ; Presentation of Speaker Hold ConferenceThe

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r.f Mrs. Rosa Barrow Invitation

: Taking living Color And Discount Too I I B. Barnes to Membership; Prayer for, Timers 1Ir.. D., Third Quarterly Conference .
II : Mrs. D. B. Barnes Offertory, of the ML Zion A.ME.

"Select The Jacksonville's LeadingUsher I ,, : :11 Mrs. Pistils Mae Scarborough Church will be Friday evening.
: Best t j' lad Mrs. Sarah McWhIte; June 14. at I p..., with Rev
: 1I t Observations, Mrs. Mildred T.!. Sbebee presiding elder,
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I : f Robinson; Acknowledgment of charge. Rev.Charles Toe-
i Visitors, Mrs. Dorothy Scott toG, pastor, requests an board
Simmer Weddiitsttdditt I \:
Usher Board Pictures ;
The Youth Program wUlbegla and clubs to make written and
t. { I \L. I at I p...., vita Miss Ruble flranrlt] reports.
Receptions 4\\_ ; I ", Coleman presiding. Participants Services Sunday will betU with
Passport Fictoies Mrs the Church School !at. O....
Geneva Wrtca. Wt. wW be Co-aIaInwt, insisting Mrs. T. V. Randall(, Caa1rmaa'OI' will be: Miss OUvlaSbeffUld. : ,
the Womln' Dry aeurimi SW'Ntf1eJd BaptW Church, 1J65 Harrison when Mrs. Debra Wilson,Miss with Superintendent Raymond
on Sunday
( Clib Aniiiersiries I June the women ot the church hold their annual celebration. Mrs RosaBarrow.! prominent, Patricia Whltaker, Miss BerHolsey Wade la charge. The morning
PI'tU'lbs! ,;w, In worship will Degas at II *.
Jacksonville church life, will be the speaker in the morning Mrs. D.B. Barnes will be VIal Shirley Witterson. a.
1" pastor for the*I. Rev. D.Jfe Banes .Is pastor. Miss Rosamerlya Holmes, The sermon will be delivered
Bowling leans n Baby Pictires 3 Miss Uada Epenctf, Mrs.Ruby by the presiding elder
Cotemaa, Miss Shirley Ban, Mt Zion Day will be June 30.

I rJ Progressive'Baptists Will Christian Life Speaker; Miss Barbara Ayers CaUls D. Avery and the Missionary -
:"'. I IIF Mrs. D. B. Banes, the Misses Society will be charge
Meet In St. Louis June 17 Mary Coleman, Sarah Newklrk of the program.
IT IS IMPORTANT, TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY Seminar Listed and JacQuelya Flowers. aid

ST. LOUS-Progresslve Baptist, BOW well over half millionmutt Miss Coleman end Mrs.Geneva
WITH A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER will be well represented by the educational units of For Cameroon Wise. Rev. Toslon Is
I member churches when the Sixth Annual Session convenes In The evening service will lea-
St Louie Mo.. June 17-t, at Christ Pilgrim Rest Baptist 'YAOUNDE, Camerooo-{( gave tore the crowning of Miss
BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO Church 1M1 North Klngshlgbway Blvd., gestated by Dr. E.R.. A regional Seminar on Christ Sweetfield by M r s. Lucille A.M.E. President
I Williams host at General Headquarters. ian':Family Use is scheduled Et lL The service begins at
ILIliLkjrrl _Dr. OiL Vellums is General Chairman of the Entertainment for "''French-speaking Africa 5.JO. Other ps.rtlelpantswtllbe: The AME..MlattersAl-
!!.e-, 1.5 13 LLW'! committee. August 4-13, directed by Miss Mrs. Ida Mae Ford, Mrs. liance Rev. Charles E. Tostoa. -
= Dr. William C. Upshaw, new Stroy Freeman. Dr. D. E. King Cox M. Van Heemstra organ- Theresa Wlngard, Miss Benedy President will bold Seedsyevening the.easislisticmof -

J president and pretl Deaneci will give a meditation each day. hIDe secretary Department of Colson, Mrs. Annie B. SInc!.. at officers at the MtZlon
the Congress,will Several Divisions will empha church Family and Society, lazy, the Sweeffiald Quintette, Spa.,
the sessions and will be assisted alas the theme In classes All Africa Conference of composed of Mrs Rosa Barrow, A.M.E. .Southside.
by Rev. C. William Butler and dialogues, workshops andpltD&rl Churches. Mrs. Gladys Shannon, Miss Rev. Jenkins Is pastor there.
Rev. Charles W. Green, vice sessions This will be the third of tour Gloria Benjamin and Mrs Mc- The sermon will be delivered
presidents. The academic program Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, President such seminars being "held by Brl e. Mrs. Vernell Simpkla 1 I by Rev. J.8. Johnson pastor d
SPEED wW be under, the guidanceof ol the Progressive the department In four different and Mrs M. Thomas will supervise St. Stephen's AJI.E. Chorea
QUEEN Dr. S. H. Janus, Dean of National Baptist Convention regions of Africa. the offertory, as well as Presiding Bishop E.C.Hate
Quality *J>dDp xi the Congress and Rev J. O. (parent body of the Congress) Site of this seminar is the Mrs. A.M. Johnson Mrs EthelT. her will Install the following officers
Rich Assistant Dean. Under will hold u Executive: Board Teacher Training college Federal Reed will preside. : Rev. C.E. Tocton, presldentrRev. -
the Tenure Law ft the Pro- Meeting on Wednesday, June University Cameroon, Contestants for Miss Swell E.'Jones, VietPresident -
Progressive N I tI 0 U I BaptIst '19, at one of the Progressive Yaounde. Held will be:Miss Rosetta Ross. t; R.9 V. Z.L. Trrms
Convention Inc., the Congress Churches He will also addressthe Samuel Blkun, family life District lMlssUndaSpen.; Secretary Rev. B.J. Williams,
1 I II like all other Auxiliaries will Congress and preside over worker of the Presbyterian car, District No. 2; Miss Cora Treasurer; Rev. J.S. Johasoa
present a whole set of new the election of officers on Church of Cameroon, is making Lee Mays District No.5:Miss 'Parliamentarian, R t ,. A. R.
I officers to pilot the Congress Thursday. Mrs. Minnie Bruce, local arrangements. Elouise gush. District No. 6; ,Chardson Chairman of Sick
for the next two years. president of the Women's Auxiliary Invited the seminar as staff Miss Joyce Abraham,> District Committee; Rev. W.R,Killings,
The Congress will address will extend greetings from personnel are the Rev. JeaaMasamba No. 7 a a d Miss Rosemary Reporter, R e T. B. A. Kind.
1 .1 tiV1tIJ itself to a very slgnlfhant Progressive Women Co professor la the Holmes, District No. 1. Chairman of Civic Committee.
theme for these troubled Thursday, June 20.' Pastors and Teachers School Officers for the day will be:
times-''The Whole Bible In A The closing session will timpese, Congo (Kinshasa) and. Chairman, Mrs. T.V., Randall Mrs. Gilbert .
'Changing Culture. Among the< feature outstanding leaders the Rev. Seth Nomenyo, who Is Co-chairman, Mrs. Geneva Is
speakers who will give address representing youth and adult introducing family lice counseling Wrlce; Chairman of the Sunday
1 e or sermons are: Drs. interests. in the Protestant Church1of School Mrs Nevada Anderson;: Guest of Family
R. L. Patterson Logan Kearse, Togo. Chairman of Programs, Miss
S. H. James, B.;: L. Hooks and, Coming especially from Dorothy Scott Chairman o. Mrs En Mae Gilbert, Sec.retuyofRolaeyC.ME.CDarcq.
I Europe are Fraacols Youth, Miss Ruble Colemaa ,'
Schlemmer, psychologist, and Chairman of Finance, M r .. mother of Mrs.) Julia Green re
|NruSE| of the Rev. Herbert Grlvel, Gladys Shannon; Chairman of tncadhomeMondayaadvisl'd
theologian both directors cube Music, Mrs. Doris Gray;Treasurer with her grandson Roy Gilbert
Office for Marriage and Mrs. bell Halsey; General on his gnenn&tlce Gilbert was
1a44sFUHER Family Counseling Protestant Secretary Miss Ruble graduated from Matthew W.GU-
Churches, Geneva, Swltaerland. Coleman; Mrs Nevel Williams, cert High School. She is a auBt-'
The four regional seminars Chairman of Deacon, Board; bar of the Holsey C.MJE.Church
\LNDME receive support through the of Arlington, Ga,
ecumenical Programme tor East Florida
Emergency Action in Africa of

-the Aim AACC.of the seminars is to And Bethany True Bind Church

Individual Service train a group of Christian lead-1

This big family size AVAILABLE TO EVERYONEREGARDLESS : era spread widely over the continent Urhers Meet Has Women's Day
Speed Queen washeris $ The trainees are both
specially priced end OF men and women and come from The East Florida and Bethany The Tnt Bind Church of God
includes 2 large rinse 5 various professions. Their Baptist Ushers Union will hold Till celebrate Its annual
tubs on rollaboUt( Stand FINANCIAL CONDITION choke Is left to the Christian its mass meeting In the Second Women's Day Sunday June 1C,
with large supply of Councils or equivalent bodies Baptist Church Monday alght at the church 4110 Moncrief
in the countries June 17, at I JoSS
tide LADY ATTENDANTS concerned,provided p.m. St I .. Reports will
p.
their Usher Board Raidmade.
DOWN STAFF ORGANIST professions lead No. 1 will serve .
them to intimate knowledge of
J AIR CONDITIONED family problems.

fl BURIAL SHIPPING Mt. Sinai Men Voices Of( Faith


I D "IS I CALL CREMATION DAY OR NIGHT Soul Saving Club Hold Anniversary Will Give ProgramThe

II H;urn w Ambulance hue Mt Sisal Iptc.1aI Holiness ChurcawlllMnrlcM

135* Broad St. 353-5791\ Has Monthly Meet Elder 14j Sputa Surly.' Vole of Fair wfll render
pastor,W program Monday might, June
q.aui retanae4
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cUy. A .1'1
special at the First Bon Temple,
The Soul Saving and Healing program will be
pen
at ? liS West Monroe St Elder lUll
Band will hold its meeting Friday p.... Sunday U koior of this la
4115 AYE "B" night June 14, in the home JtU' graduates. A schohu Cohea pastor.is Missionary Rosetta
of Mrs. Hannah Brooks 645 WP rally will be lleI4. .sponsor.
ARNETT P. ROGERS, L.F.D., Pippin. Mrs. Syrfnder"Williams church 11 located at Uta The
W.
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I -* Consultant Church Union Gets Lexingtonian as New Secretary *: : : ,



Dignitaries At Commencement ";

East Florida and Bethany Dr. Paul Crow Will Lead


Baptist Women Are Sponsors Integrated Church Setup _

The BOSTON, June 4..the Rev Dr. Paul A. Crow, Jr. of Lexington i
Metropolitan Nursing Borne, t non-profit bit charitable: Ky.) Theological Slmlnary has been'named the first full-Urn
organization IS now la the planning stage and, within a few days
general secretary of the Consultation on Church Union It was
following Jacksonville.complete Incorporation,win become a part of tilt city announced today.In .

announcing the appontment, United Methodist Bishop Jamer
Behind the financial.status.
planning m members godless of their .
K. Matthews of Boston
Consultation chairman, said that Dr.
of the Courtesy Committee
Certainly the needs of
Crow will his
begin new duties on September 1. The nine-
of the East
Florida
and
Bethany other art limitless and there U
denomlnatlonal COCU office will be located in the New York!: j.o
Baptist Association.
plenty; that we can do to satisfy area.
Mrs. Lucille Mote, Chairman these needs. We are
requesting The Consolation on Church Union Is composed of nine denominations .
of this effective committee, financial help great or snail,
seeking to establish a united church truly evangelicaland <
,
suggested such a plan which, to make the dream a reality 1
It Is felt, will help solve to a great people who truly reformed.
many '
rTne'ConsultaUon on Church Union 1s composed of nine denominations
some of the problems which need this type of cue"
have to do with the aged and, t'Members seeking to establish "a united church, truly catholic: ,
of the Board of i
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and reformed
the disabled. The Courtesy ii truly evangelical truly
Committee up to this point has Directors are: Mrs. Uclllt U-- With a total constituency of 25 1/2 million members, tat

been primarily concerned with Mote, president; Mrs. churches are: African Methodist Episcopal, Afrocan Methodist
the comfort of officers and cute Scott, vice president;Mrs. Episcopal ZIon, Christian Methodist Episcopal Christian

visitors of the Association The Mfldrea Gillian, second vice-, Churches (Disciples of Christ), Ellscopal, Presbyterian U. S.

Committee also, each month; 'president; Mrs. Ada Reeves, V t.IF t. United Mehodlst United Presbyterian, and United Church of
Mrs.Cnsslt .
financial secretary; 1t Christ
assists
some needy person with
a cash donaUOI1andwlfhpray.r. Paige corresponding The Consultation chairman expressed great pleasure at the
The Committee !has regularly secretary; Mrs. Eula M. acceptance of the new post by Dr. Crow a Disciples of Christ

held affairs which have added Williams,recording secretary businessmanager ; churchman who !has taught church history at Lexington Sea-.
t Samuel O. Pearson
to the treasure and have enabled' teary since 1961.
members to help the needy ; Clifford Norton, e "We art very pleased with his appointment,"Bishop Matthews
at Christmas. building fund treasurer; ,r C tr said, speaking for the Consultation's executive committee.

The idea embracing the home Charles Simmons, advisory rSYr "We have great respect for his training, talents, abilities and
chairman and E. John "
board
was presented by Mrs Mote. excellence in leadership.
'
A new organization tat then Nelson, attorney. Bishop Matthews further noted that the Consultation's approval

formed, and other local cltltens Other workers art: Mrs.. fulj-tlme) staff at its March meeting In Dayton, Ohio "meant

were invited to Join An initial Gladys Vaught, G.W.Scott,MelvlnT. that responsibilities have grown I

projuct led to the successful Brown,James Genwright,
raising fiance. At the Mrs. Louise Genwright, Mrs.Ethel .
mo- Revival Opens At
Mrs. Genie
ment the building committee and Bannister Attend The

other subsidiary groups art T. Crockett, Virgin Hawkins b% Revelation Church
and J. Lawrence.
conduction : Church
a building fund driveand 01
Contributions to the project Revelation Baptist Church will
are asking the support of the ,_.
Metropolitan be the of
should be made to the scene a one-week

community.Mrs.. Mote. sald"Tnt Nursing Home Of Jacksonville Edward Waters College's conaeneenMot txercUeti win held George Gore, president of FAMU and commencement speaker.Dr. revival beginning June 17. Your Choice

the home Is to purposeof Florida, SSI West ta Lee Auditorium on the school campus. The picture non William Stewart, President of Edward Waters, stands In Evangelist H. D. Telfalrandtht
for the and provide cart' 17th. shows left,Bishop E.C.Hatcher presiding prelate of tht eleventh the center and congratulates Joseph Crooms summa cum laudei Angels of Mercy will be charge. '
aged disabled, re episcopal district of the AME Church Seated, left is Dr. graduate. BOB SMITH Photo.' R.'. C. L. TeltalrpastorwW IN MEMORIAM

preach during the second week. Memoriam of our husband
The Telfalf Gospel Chorus will' sod father James L. Me

*. HUICH N WS Palatka NewsFormer Community Service Pride of Macao be In charge Mrs. Edith Jackson Knight who deputed life

ls secretary Miss Loretta June IS, 1961. Your..mem
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 Myles Is reporter. ales will live In our hearts
Walker
at 11:45.: Sunday at 4 p.m. the Junior Choir will observe tat 'was Palatkan wounded Leon slightly la- ylv Meets June 20 Prayer meeting Is conducted forever. Some day wt will

second choir anniversary. Miss Annette Taylor will speak.Miss Vietnam on June 5. Pride of Macao Temple No. Tuesday 1401 night at the church, meet again. Signed: Mrs
Mildred Wife
Evergreen.
Loren Malhls ls mistress of ceremonies.At7p.m. the T.P.W.W. General Kenneth.Big- Evangelist McKnigbt, ;
Major let, IBPOE of W, will meet Helen Telfalr Is advisor. Rev: Miss Jacobbit Settle Mc-
win begin. The revlvlal begins at I p.m. Elder Amos Darting bam Adjutant General of the U.s. June 10 at 712 Duval Street, at M. Nichols Is assistant 'Knight
pastor. daughter
Is poor Army Informed Mrs.DlctaOD of S p.m. Daughters art expected
her son's Injuries try telegram. to be present according to I
JERUSALEM BAPTBT-Southside She was told there would be no Daughter Ruler Mrs Hattie I.
The youth prayer service U every Tuesday night at 7:30 with further reports, since h I I James Daughter Queen B.Williams ROOM ADDITIONS I

Deacon Hiram Waters In charge. Midweek prayer service U on wounds art not serious. Walker ti Is reporter.
Wednasday. On Thursday Bible Study featured with the Geneva R.Dlckson .
night U tile ton of Mrs. a
AS LOW AS
pastor as teacher Sunday School begins at ':30 am. with of 1SZ7 W. Lee Street, EOOTAS

Superintendent H. D.Slngletary U charge The morning worship Jacksonville, Fla Ht ls a for Mt. Zion Unit f EIOAS

>glns at 11 am. and tbt evening service at I p.*. Amos Ealey mer student of New Stantoo High ( I (
will be presented la t musical recital at a tea Sunday July<<, SchooL Plans Big TeaMt rE s ss B

at I p.m. Rev R. W. Jackson pastor.. Deacon William Toombs THE COMMUNITY ACTION EOEOOM

Is reporter. CENTER lIn Madison Street Zion A.M.E. Church's
sponsored a dinner Monday I r- Board No 2 will KttN9 aooF

NEW MT. OI/VE BAPTIST June 10. This dinner was for sponsor' a Pretty Hat Tea from "
Communion service will be held at J p.m. The pastor will 'all of the senior citizens who 4:30 to 7 p.m. In the home of "' Garages

preach. Sunday School begins at the usual time with the toper- have participated In our pro Rev and Mrs. Shehee 1M'1t1Dt. I CONCRETE "

Iniendeot m charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor grams. ;j Road on Sunday,June 11.. WORK v .
Rev W. -Claatoa.-11It'morning worship begins at 11 an.' Mrs. Nellie WWiams,V 0 I'a. I, reteTi4ir A special musical program PAINTING,
with the deacons la chop A covenant meeting win follow tier Chairman of the Preparation r ALUMINUM SIDING
; will be rendered. Participants
Choir No.' S will serve throughout the day Mrs. Lambert U Committee and all of the r' rt ;; will be: James Genwright,Mrs. [ COMPLETE REMODELING
happy this was antajoyablt
In e'targi: of musla.JERUSALEM staff were velma Bannerman Miss
,
..
occasion for some .
!Wd; Choir of
Sbehee the
Carolyn
BAPTIST thirty (30)) or more clients.Tht '
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Rev. D. Rhodes, superintendent following merchants Rtr.: John: egbyputrcgtheSt.Angnstl int Presbyterian Church the church Muter Miss Edith ESTIMATES

la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Rev. J. Individuals contributed items to of Paterson, New Jersey It shown awarding a plaque to the Tunsll Mrs. Ollle Williams and d FR"E

Howard. The morning worship begins at 11 ...., win the be used. the preparation of the Eastman Kodak Processing Laboratory, Fal law ,for outstanding mr. McKinley Gen wrlght R NIGHt
deacons U charge. R.'. *. Burgess will speak At I p.m. the of tile dinner: Huntley Brothers service to the church and community C. Everett Moses Miss Slants Williams Mrs. p te7YeeraloPelr

Fellowship! Hour will be held, with Rev.M.J. Trowel II charge. Supermarket, Hudson D Itrfbutlng laboratory manager received the award during special cere J. B. Epperson U president in" r- Up
The Voices of Jerusalem will be presented a musical recital Company Mrs. Susie monies commemorating the seventy-fourth anniversary of the Rev. Charles. E. Toston 1s

at I p.m. Rev Bryct Grant Is acting minister Mrs. E. Ruth Hlckson Richard Kelly tad church NPI Photo pastor. 10% DISCOUNT

Ashwood U reporter.SWEETFIELD twin Bovd. All of theit '

BAPTIST r Second Baptist Honored Super Gospel Will HOW thru JUNE

Sunday School begins at ':30. morning services at 11 a.nu and '' _
evening services at 9.30. The Bible Dally Vacation School will It Ushers CombineFor Miss Flay L. BrW: Extension Present Program

begin Monday July 1.All parents are asked to send their children Home EeooomlesJupervisor

to tilt class. Choir: No. 1, Usher Ikard No. 1. Choir No. 2, Usher Next Annual for 35 years In Florida was The Super Gospel Express will Ill I IVX I CONSTIlCTlOlf I .IQ
Board No. 2. will serve an day Sunday Baptism will be presented a plaque In recogMISS give a tuogr SIIDdar.JUDe 16, ULU O COMPANY

administered In the morning service. The consecration of the Second Baptist Church's Usher at Twelfth and Danson Streets

choirs and ushers will take place In the prayer room with Rev 1also Boards will combine for their at 1.30.: Participating will be CALL: Cltudt Keyntldi 3594018M.mWt

Dennis Eason In charge Rev. D. B. Barnes pastor will deliver annual observance on June 24, the Jordan River Singers of C*amber et """"' .'
both major sermon Sunday Mrs. Nlmmlt Mat Hues will be Monday. u Douglas, the GayLocks of 'Ql AUTr Af LOWKST I'RIfKS

at the organ, Mrs. Dorothy Green win be at the piano Mrs. Five boards will participate. Statesbore.,, Lively Stones OVER 5.000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

Gertrude Barnes president of District No. 7, asks all parents The l.AD1Y1rltrJaermOllwOlbe of Daytona and local groups. IK JACKSONVILLE 25 YEARS
to give $%.00 for the children for Women's Day Sunday, June delivered by Dr. Sims pastor. Evangelist G. Hughes of Vid- I

23. Mrs. T. V. Randall 1s chairman Mrs Geneva Wrlce U Other outstanding participants alt c., will be the main spek .
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co-chairman. win be from other churches. er. Rev R.L. Lambert will bet WII !

Visiting musical groups will chugs Elder Grace Upastor.

GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST LEON certain render numbers. A feature of At 4p.m. tht Super Ex*
District No 2 will meet Friday night la the home of Mrs. contributed Items. the affair will be the honoring press will be at tile Church of

Jestint Mote on East SOU Street District No. 4 will Beet with The Community Action Center, of Mrs. Mary K. Heard for 21 God In Christ At Sun Gardea.
Mrs. Pearl Lee. 1471 East gird Street Circle. Services Sunday Is looking forward to b a T U g years successful leadership. Elder C. W. Howard Is pastor
!
FLOY BRITT
will begin with the church School at 9:30 with Tyrone Merchant. more participants our next Usher Board Nat will observe flflLji
,and teachers la charge. The lesson win be reviewed by anappointee. Get-Together and plans art Its 37th year and will honor Mrs. nltton of her service. A native I
Consecration and devotions will begin at 10.4S: with being made for other participant L.C. Johnson to/ 15 years of of Florida and a resident of

Deacon James Melton and deacons In charge along with the la our Center. service.. 'Gainesville, Miss Britt received Sarah Mcginnis II i
Watch for further
deaconess.. Music will be furnished by Choirs No. 1 and 3 announce The Youth Boards, No.3 and two degrees from I
with Professor Mimi at* the organ. Usher Boards Ito 1 and meat No.4 win observe their third .Florida A&M and did additional Society Has Meet iiJJffJhI/
A In Miss Britt
meeting tile
villtaheplace work at Cornell.
No. 2 will serve. Rev.Randy Hetetiah Fenaadlna will preach year and honor Miss Barbara
service with Community Action Center Chapman a n d Miss Cynlth Waters retired October 1 011967.
Choir No S will meet after the morning tat president The Sarah McGlnnls Society of
Tuesday June 10 1MI at 10
Mrs. Bernice Campbell, U charge. Districts will meet u for one year of service New Bethel A.M.E. Church A HAJIOHM.AVUMO TELEPHONE CALL Hd HOW :
for all 55
and older
a.m.
follows: No. 1, Mr. and Mrs Walter Cook 1121 Harrison; No. 3, who would be men Interested each. The Junior Usher Board Rev. Bannerman Rev Ellsha Jones pastor will I ION

Mrs. Sarah Strickland Haines Street No. 9, Dtacoa and Mrs t going will celebrate the 34tnanniver Rev J. C. Bannerman, pastor hold its monthly meetlngSunday VITAL atUft
on fishing trip supervised by
PauL 4240 Owens No. 6 Mrs. Irene East and will honor. Albert at
Charlie ; Wllliaau one of our volunteer workers. airy of Allen Chapel, has called an the home of Mrs. Oretha
23rd Street.' The B.T.P.U. will begin at $:SO with Mr. and Mrs. In the plans for this trip free Chester for his contributions asa official board meeting at his .Hadar, 1167 Durkee Drive at

M. I. Polite directing. The evening worship begins at 630. lunch will be prepared for those leader. Mrs. Clarke Wright home, 3543 Gladys Street, for '4 p.m. Final plans wll}to made Do you have questions about the biggest -
Rev Hesekiah will speak. Weekly actlvttes art as follows: and Mrs. Ada Bostlck art chairladies Saturday at 7, for the service of June 30.Mrs.
participating. All our services p.m. crisis nation has
Tuesday night, Prayer Meeting and Bible Study; Wednesday, art free of the Program Com Rev. Bannermau will speak at M..&. Jones Is chairman of the our ever
faced
< p.m., rehearsal 0I'Choir lea Thursday; noon, Missionary mittee. both services Sunday/Cbolr program commute M r.. the racial crisis?

Scoietr.; Prayer Meeting;Friday night,,rehearsal- olrs No*. The Community AcUOI1C.lI1tr., No. 1 will sing. Olivia HarrtU Is president.. Do you have suggestions you' Id like
1122 Madison Street
Z ana .. MTS. name atercnam u reporter tit church is ,0I1POD-. to make to the Black and the White
sor a Dinner at 3:30 Monday
p.m.
located at 3333 Franklin Street.
June 10. This dinner will St. Matthew AME leadership about how to solve it? '

be for aU of the Senior Citizens IS AIR POLLUTION Do you want 'to hear what other
Has
Sinai Church who have participated In the
ordinary citizens ask
program.Mrs. Cites EndeavorSt. MARRING YOUR COMPLEXION? people John

St. Mark Will Special Services Nellie Williams, Volunteer .Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and I

other potton tons tha p.-.. of your akin, for what sort of j
Chairman of the Preparation Matthew AM.E.Church DirtMM. erln..d answers they come up I
Hear MusicalA Mt Sinai Baptist! Church,1S51 *In the air can ralao havoc with f.lr... eI...,. natural looking .I.,.-
Committee and all of Commonwealth Avenue will be aUn end complealon. D.Ilc.t..bin II...... It fada frackloa. remove .with? Make yourself heard and hear it ,
Let Street Rtv.B J.Lane pastor the staff art looking forward to auffer the wont .nd .v.n that oaathar.baata* aun tanned I
the scent of the Christian Endeavor may all on NIGHT CALL the
will observe Its sixtieth this normally ....,th' akin can bocoma look', alda In removing bi.ebhod.. new, nation l
musical program will togiven Father's Day services Sunday, making aa enjoyable occasion H o s r. Rt,. Eugene Irritated Blamlthae. blotchaa and loothlng larga _... Wouldn't wide telephone call-in show. !
at the St Mark Baptist for some thirty or more Moblty is pastor. Mrs Maxine Mackheada. may appear. Color, hue you Ilka to try PALMER'S. IN
at Deacon June It. Rev. Jeremiah Robinson clients. The following mer. Williams will be guest speaker. .nd appaaranca of complexion may SUCCESS BLEACH CltIAllrch.n. : P.N,1I 12:30AM:
Church Sunday 7p.m. associate minister of Royal -,, ... er.arst cr..my whit. I
aDd1Dd1yt4ualahancoa. WRHC11.30
chant
I The theme for the Is "
Robert Prater and Mrs. Berry summer UCCA{{ GET HEAO-TO-TOC
Tabernacle Baptist Church tributed Items to be used in tile "Cool It, Jack" It U centered IAIMaa'eaaAY"SKIL, m.dist.darum I hough Friday
art sponsors. will speak la the morning. At containing the full official, PROTECTION
of tile dinner
Among those appearing wi Abe preparation : around the attempt to curb Juvenile atranf of ammonlatad marcury with the daap-actlng foamy medication .
6 p.m.. Choir No. 1 will cosponsor 'Call Collect 212-749-3311
the Golden Jubilee Singers "Male Recital/', Huntley-Brothers Super dtllqueney during tht recognlied by the United StataaPfiarmacopala of "SKIN SUCCESS" SOAf I
a : market, Hudson Distributing vacation months. The discus aa local Inhibitory It baauty bathaa while It /ghts.nusptlalitm.dlcslprop.rbs.ri
Sunny Rose, Cllftont Singers Soloists will Include Deacon A. i.rmsthat oh.n.ur.vat.p1.pt.Ssns.lly
Sllveralres Voices of Jema- W Deacon Dana Company Mrs. Susie Hlckson, slam theme is "Our Moral Re* recognlied by the profaa ration Nora makea you aureyou're Released In cooperation with the !
Wllklns
Excelsior Singers, Art y Richard Kelly and Irwin Boyd. sposslblllty to 0 u rCommunity. Mon and darmatologlsla shin pro- nice to be near. PALMER'SMIN National Council of Churches I
lam Goodman Chorus, Mrs. TtelmaECjards Demery and Amos EaleyoSec* All of the clients art also contributing .' ." Mrs. A. C. -wtb.It. "SKIN SUCCEICUAM SUCCESS"SOAP.Inslst National Catholic Office for Radio and Television I t
Old Baptist, with Mrs. .KJC.
certain Items. Florida Council of ChurchesI
Cottrell
Mrs. Mary Goodmanand Small and ,Joseph P. Long In, and Harry Williams art on the Blue& Gold package? .
directors
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others.
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THE FLORIDA 'STAR NEWS f WE AMERICANS.. CO I[llil EQUAL

SPEND ,S935ADAY 41 I t, :j I II : ,r r8f

A YOUNGSTER JA l By WHITNEY'U. YOUNG, JR.
CENTS A DAY TO '
Published by the ,Florida Star Publishing Company TEACHING NEGRO HISTORY
,. STAY OUT OF JAlr:
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$ ;,
Black students who have been sitting-in and demonstrating.
MEMB R.'GIla 10IIWI1! college eampuse.1A r:cent moottuhave many lelWmate
}F1 fY1r : remands: but few are so obviously right u their dellllJldl for
( courses In Negro history and culture
p '[find It hard to Imagine bow a ... '
D who run our universities can
resist Instituting such courses ,
They aren't Just for Negro students '
-they are for students
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -' MANAGING EDITOR since blacks and whites in ,

America snare a common his ,r
Because schools at all
tory.
HILDA WOO H N -CIRCULATION. MANAGE 'levels have refupedtoteachNe
gro History Americans of aH
2323 MONCRIEF, ROAD PHONE races are Ignorant about their,
.own country's past. *. .
,I'm convinced that part of OWproHeaa we face tofcy aredirectly
ELGIN 4.6182 MAILING- ADDRESS : related to the way school texts have erased the
f Negro contribution to America.
P.O. BOX 599 JACKSONYIlLE FLORIDA People are always tatting about the Pilgrims and the landing
of the Mayflower. But bow many know that Negroes were In
32201' America long before the English? In act, it Is believed that a
navigator in Columbus' little fleet that discovered America
MIAMI OFFICE 5018 N.W. m AYE. la 1492 was a black man. ..
Negroes were with the Spanish explorers who discovered tbi'Pacific
PHONE 151.3819SUBSCRIPTIONS Ocean, Mexico, South America and the American West
RATESOn Esteban, a black: man, was the first non-Indian to set foot on'
present-day Arltona and New Mexico And be was fast the first
Year $12.00.Halt Year $7.00 Ski ; great Negro explorer Closer to our own day Matt Benson was
'
Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States ,, the first explorer to reach the North Pole, although be doesn't
Subscription payable In Advance i Tigers In the history books which give an the credit to Admiral
Send Check or Money Order to: IarJ. Nor do the textbooks Jean that the first settler In what)

FLORIDA STAR'-' P.O. BOX 599 tir I., z. .., is BOW Chicago was a Negro dII Sable. _
from the way the newspapers play up the Negro fighting man In
rd Vietnam (quite rightly too) you would think that Negroes never

WHAT -MAHNER OF MEN WOULD OUR YOUTH ? fought in America's America other wars.But black men took part In every
single war ever fought.
KEllER ,..... sr ,111 Crlspns Attacks, a runaway slave was the first casualty in
THE PASSING OF HELEN what became the American Revolution, killed by a British
bullet In the Boston Massacre. Black men at
fought Lexington
The well-known Helen Keller, who triumphed ---- Concord and Bunker lUlL They were with Ethan Allen's Green

over the handicaps of blindness and WWeli g Mountain Boys and were among Minutemen who responded'

deafness died recently at the seasonedage lngtoos side at Valley Forge. _
About 100,000 Negroes fought in the Union Antes during the
of 88 years. I Crril war fighting for their own freedom. Black units wert with
Her life was gUided'by' the desire of Andrew Jackson In the Battle of New Orleans, with Teddy;
helping the blind and deaf who were less. : I It RoosevetUt San.Juan .Hill. and with Fershlng in World War L
fortunate than she. The wealth she gained '. I HOROSCOPE GUIDE ,, Benjamin Banneker, a famous Negro mathematician was OB
from the rewards of a life of serving her the Commission that drew up the plans for the city of Washington
; D. C., and the poems Phillis
Wheatley, slave, were read
fellowman was symbolized In the words of .. ) and admired in America and London Even the shoes on our
her doctor She died gently, with a smile t By PALO, ASTROLOGER t' >feet were made possible by the Invention of a sboe-lastng
on her face." machine by Jan Matxellger, a black man.
Miss Keller was born a normal child in Next time your kids come home from school and say they
4 4I learned that slaves were relatively content with their tat .
,
Tuscumbia. Ala. but was stricken with a : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS: tell your local school authorities to stop teaching lies.In
mysterious fever which left her blind and little ways like damaging machines and playing dumb, and la
deaf when she was 19 months old. I II t tt big ones, ilk* the Nat Turner revolt and the nearly tM other

She with the aid 9f, her teacher, Anne recorded rebellions Negroes resisted the slave system. Ted
.
FOR
whole. South was In terror of
slave revolts, and even the;
Sullivan, then recently1'' graduated from t f fI defenders of slavery admitted that Negroes would take every
the Perkins Institute for the Blind, opportunity to run away or to fight for their freedom.
learned language and speech. Later Helen BUSINESS 'LOVETRAVEL, Very little of this finds Its way Into American classrooms but
Keller attended the Perkins Institute and t iJRIES It should be taught Negroes helped to build this eountry7our
blood was shed in Its wars, our sweat was shed In the unpaid'
of the Blind-
In the Department -
.studied .l = =. = = = l = labor that Its prosperity depended on, and our .tears were shed
Deaf where she was taught J>y a genius :-,. ;a la the countless brutalities 'of racism." For good or m.tile

'teacber."Iaura' Brldgemari,' who was also .J ',,4 -.il ." 't,,, -":,. .,' ..,....w.... ', t t,.,..# history of America is a history of the relations between blacks
'
blind and deaf ..tAMCEIBORN LIBRA'. CAPRIC1R* and whites, and no amount of falsified teaching or censorship
of the put can erase the glorious
Although Helen Keller never heard her BORN MAIAN2TSTi JUNE BORN SEPT. JOSH DEC the American past and present contributions of Negroes to
own voice she learned oral language well
enough to go about the nation lecturing ,IPIIL.lIT.1: 22NB JILT 22KI 2311 OCT 23ir '2NO IAN. ISTI

furthermore she grew.to be a renowned Dost' relent. The conditions it Is fate.It may appear to many Remain sheltered. Strange Take the leap. Everything NEGRO STUDENT AT U. OF MIAMI-
author a friend ofpresidents and statesmen that are most apt to cause anymore Cancerlans that no matter situations aDd emotional com seems suspect or too dynamic
lilt to cause anyone to fly where they turn or wbat they do, pI.1cWOIIIlhould not be allowed to handle on the 18th.However,
and benefactor- to the handicapped oft the handle could reach a they cannot help but get right to develop especially on some effort should'be made to In the wake of a trend for students to
of the world. peak on Father's Day. That IDto'lbe thick of ticklish ..u.uaUou. Father's Day There Is maintain harmony seeing that take over administrations or coerce them
Helen Keller served herself into immortality would be a pity but one cannot It may not be possible 'the element ot the unexpected it ls the all-Important Father's fourteen Negro students at the Universityof
as an unselfish soul while the always control the responsible to escape some sort of complication -, which could turn all the Day. Answers to production Miami at Coral Gables arrested
clrmutances. S omethlng that even on r&tller'.DaJ.. blame or unwanted attention on problems and ..nkeq.a&u' were
majority of us have been seeking securityso a.titled, associate or loved oarays But this may be ,Just a sign that JQG.whether It 1 If merited or apt* should start coming forth frost recently on charges of disorderly con
that we might say Uy soul be at ease, or does would be skis toUgMtsg many must take a closer look whether it Is merited or not all directions on the 17th-tlst. duct and resisting arrest.
for I have more than .enough of thia the rose to aaexploslveiroatloa. at themselves with a vie*of uncovering Anyone who feels that the time The stress U on duty and there THEIR GRIEVANCE: Better roles for Negro
world's goods to spare." ( Buthavlngbeenfore- 'Just where their greatest to visit distant places It at would be no advantage trying to students on the increased enrollment
; campus;
wamed may enable the more lacks or weaknesses lie. hand should quickly make the make It appear otherwise.:
;-eon-trolled Arlan toast Judge fairly and take Immediate! arrangements while the desire Realm too, may take up t of Negroes; the initiation of black-
up powerful defenses that will 'steps to eliminate them and crlcumstances are favor- ereat.PUt of your attention. oriented courses. When the affair had been
STUDENTS BETTER WATCH THEIR STEPS repel or contain all disturbing u rapidly and effectively u able. There Is no questioning A new phase Is developing having looked into the list of grievances reached
iBfitehces. There is little doubt possible. This could release the the fact that the less to- do with travel higher 80 demands
that your mind Is particularly great store dmenalaadpbyatoalewrytbat others know about what Is onI studies and matrimony for. :
Already a youth in Tallahassee has been fast and agile rendering the has not hadj I'your mind the smoother will those who an unwed The.Negro students' strong point of argument

indicted for the alleged "hoae-.made1' task of coping with local Job a chance heretofore:,- material porgress become in c8 -90' /-17.59 894 was that the present university curriculum
bomb death of a white youth during the or other cUt c'IUiU'| considerably 460" '77.i. 83467Ul the days ahead. : provided no insight into black

week of the death and funeral of the late aster.l 3-80-44 -IS 41384SCBRNO AMARUS contributions to the culture of the

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Now, another 70 M .17.58.172.. nation.

youth 21, of Rome. Ga. is charged with UUS BORN J JULY BORN JAN, We doubt that these students will get

felonious assault and arson in connectionwith Hit Alfi. 19th: 'I lion .ill. .FEI.IIJN'Beware one-tenth of what they demand but like
series of events which ended in the IDRN ifill'2iT beware. The trap to hundreds of other universities and tbeir'students.
:
ears&lid'I JlDY:
Ii evident Keeping n.S0otp1a
fatal shooting of a white- cab driver on MAT ,20T* It,., wide opentromnowonmay. tRtIew! (hi a1t atI rope seated you emotions In through may be deep-seton the status quo has been rocked

the campus of Knoxville College about two Keep up the good tight This enable many Lt9I to beCome the. often posses enough energy Father's Day. Be ready for tothe very foundation. '
or three months ago. ejuarter Is not Likely to pus by center ot attraction In otflcicalas for two. This would be a great it by cultivating the philosophy A reaction has set in all around the,
The police accused Hope Tignor of shooting without at least one more desperate well as social or club circles. aid In recovering from any setbacks ot mild over matter,common world and where
it
But first there may be an uneipected ot a personal u well as will stop---nobody
into the cab effort ot take you la by sense before ...JItIaeDI.ne .
driven"by"A.J.Boruff." 29, those who feel that you are a and rather palafslepisode financial mature Be devoted chances of coming out the knows.
and with setting fire'to' the cab. perfect setup. Father's Day, to go through on solely to the social or family winner appear especially brilliant -
% Tignor and another ,youth Joe N. Scott, which should be happy one, Father's Day when only Joy and Interests and leave all monetary and promising on 18th- FAMU TEACHER ED ACCREDITEDIt
of Roosevelt N.Y. were indicted earlieron may be Jut when *it is most affection should reign. Bon .' matters alone on Father'sDay. 21st The bait again may be PROGRAM
desirable, to be on guard. One eapecla1l1cre 1oua &lid list,, Follow intuitive prompt- dangled but tt could be that
charges of conspiracy to burn a girl'sdormitory ..
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that to L1Dl that beiJlc togs exclusively to prevent aggravating -
the awareness comes "el'f
now recognise tt for the'trickery
and the Knoxville This lilt you comes to the public with a great deal
a gymnasium. people are after money, or: the nth-tind. may an already complicated and deceptions that
against getting situation.. Enlist the cooperation of satisfaction to learn that Florida AIM
College campus. something ot equal worth, the. only warn you lie behind it From now on,
There is no doubt that these youths hove strength to resist Is bound to. Involved la a risky enterprise, of trusted allies to considerable Improvement at University program for training elementary -
tnerwM In proportion to the but also place you la line for obtain order out of chaos home at work and bachelor
been misguided whatever their intentions.When applied substantial proft1t 1DC. Something wherever it Is encountered. secondary teachers to the

the trials are over, they may see' the .1;pressure ;78 seems to be confidential. ;6-* JO -' M 14.58.616 4.-;. 70881J1114J s degree level has been fully accredited -
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actions but then it+will be too late. 'l> 90 M .19.91. r 53J t- by the National Council for
They, if proved guilty must pay the pen GEMIM1IRN vim; 'AiITTAIOJ PISCES Accreditation of Teacher EducationNCATE).

alty of the law. MAY BORN AR6. J 'BORN: NOV .. ". BORN E'|.,. This commendation and approval are doubly
However, more than this is the knowledgethat .11121.SJ. Important in the face or rumors of chasing
a possible prison record will stare 21ST IINE 21ST. t3l8 SEPT. 22NI 3l' r 1)11.JAR.. 2lTt fut the University. The accreditation

them in the face in ,the future in the way Use above It. Father's remelhberedto Day Show who 1s boss. The situation Ustea who and Is likely ponder.to The be most person Kate U happen. It anyone ls means that the graduates of the University '
shoeU be.one lobs remains ticklish: and this getting tired ot being pushedaround
of getting substantial employment.Our effected the decision arrived will be eligible
Its pleasant doings. But calls for a little more patience by either by people or for certificates
,
youth must look, before leaping! there Is a posafbUty that dls- and forbearance on the 16th. at Is not necessarily ready to events, tt could be Just the* and recognition throughout the United
cor d or mlansderstandiags While opportunities to assert, accept anything without first right moment to get angry States. <
could mar tt Instead It appears your dominance seem to be having plenty to say In rebut
enough to start getting rough Therefore it
Letters To, The Editor as If personal intervention maybe growing la number, tt appears tal. And now, most Saglttar tans yourself. The thing to do is to PAMU and all behooves the alumni of
made necessary to keep prudent not to do so to-excess seem' more disposed to liaise start drawing up a list of desired other predominantly-Ne-
It Is the responsibility ot the free press to presuade Cardinal thine wen index control. This until Mercury tarns forward 1b'reat pains to avoid offending ; results and seising the gro institutions of higher learning to
Gushing to persuade Senator Ted Kennedy to na for Preside' |s a jab that must not be shirked' again at the end of the month u Important person,or. ,initiative to bring them about -rally their support in a practical' way
for the sake of peace and harmony ',A little baok of- In trying to overcome competition in helping their
Many political organizations have the visible resources to lad Just because you an a Patens alma mater wherever it is
our country. But only the Kennedy family and organisation have within the family.Positive the-scenes maneuvering Is apt thai Is too powerful for you does not necessarily Imply thai, located to' fulfill the
M wen as imaginative thinking ,to get fruther than direct alone to cope with. During the requirements of the
the true understanding ot tragedy necessary to bring Martta you YM are Incapable ot doing soj various
Luther King's Dream down from Beam to this Earth. OHh/! should be encouraged to replace action. Turn over tasks other days, there Is less likelihood Then an many recorded: fat accrediting agencies of academic
Cardinal Cashing cu certify that now 1s God's time for pinto all emotional reactions Vequlrlng aggressiveness to ot slips of Judgment by stances of famous people ot programs. '
happen Only thepower ot the press can: gin the Aaserkaa after the 19th. This is five de- friends or member of the family many who recognize that love sign who have made a MSflKMOKtKIISipsort ,, --
people the chance to vote their acceptance and .approval a velopMrf that shouldbe backed circle. You may still can be everything and other in-i deep Imprint In the unfolding
politics ot courage to overcome tragedy live all Gealaians who prefer to overplay a goodbandorexpreuyoerssu tercets comparatively Insignificant of .the world's history. Your 3
Csscer
F, E. Sattenrhite,,I Fuller Road Wellesley, .1ICbIetta.. happily, along or Sa'ald. a bit too undiplomatically ,. especially.. : "on the. 19th
: .& ot loving companions.t : on this date. .aDd UDd.' 9 ,- IQ 71 18-99-927
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National Dental Association Meets From August 4 to 8 in Houston ,'I


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National Business League SmilesSmilesSmilesGeorge Wilber force U. '"Science "and Fun In View I


Head Denies Political Bias Is Struck By Of The Astrodome" Is ThemeHOUSTON ;,

National WASHINGTON, DC.< President Berkeley G. Burrell of the ': Texas "Science and Fun In View of tile Astro- :
BuslDess League, strongly denied last week that the Student Bod'y'WlLBERFORCE dome", is the two-fold theme of the usa Annual Convention 1
.1xty-elgbt.ear-old orpnizallon With chapters in 53 'clUes, of the National Dental Association, which will convene in the
engages in theIR>Ort of political candidates. ;I' Ohio -The Shadow of the Astrodome, In tU Shamrock-Hilton Hotel, from d

BurreQ said: "In the first out of contort and taking themto ', campus of Wilberforce University Sunday, August 4, through Thursday August 5. 196*.
place, partisan political activity mean that we are suggesting .. '1';,..f.I< historic Institution of The National Dental Association given tile opportunity to make
is barred by oar the escalation of the numbersof .. w learning of tile African was founded In 1815.. policy in all governmental
constitution and secondly I ama small marginal businessesthat .. ;. C' Methodist Church, was seated The organisation strives yearly social planning. He must be
lifelong liberal RepubUanwbo wUJ be forced to rely off recently by students who 'to define ways and means of given the chance to Implemen;
last time out was a Vice upon its uneconomic,deprived, later presented a long list oft education Negrodentists, the policies of these programs
Chairman of'he( Republicansfor isolated environment for their grievances to the adnUnlatnUon. -' improving Public Health ser. U he goes about his dally i
Johnson. survival. vices, and perpetuating the. duties servicing the haves and '
"Whoever quoted meal saying At press time no law enforce- Ideals of the profession.In the hare-nots of Us community. '
that I felt that the Vice Presi- Carroll Will ment officers were requested announcing the theme and, To achieve these goals, Dr.
dent was the best of the .to come to the campus. They Ole program of the 3-day program James Smith, Public Relations
announced candidates who had were aware of the fact, how- Dr. Frank E. Chownlng, Director of the National Dental
issued public statements on the Be First On ever, that the disgruntled President of the National Dental Association disclosed that the
question of black entrepreneur- students had closed off the entrance Association, said, "Today's Program Committee of tbe Contention -
ship was guilty of an error of to the school by parking dentist must be aware ,tf Us has assembled a series
omission. I did say that, Miami MetroMIAMI cars. They also barricaded the communities' problems. TIle of panels and demonstrationsand
personally, I felt that, among doors of the buildings. dentist must keep abreast f pof papers on modern
the "Democntlc" hopefuls; Joe Ung Kershawand ..... aA.'II Among the leaders was George. the desires and needs'of his techniques in tile practice 0(
be had made the best statements Earl Carl Carroll won runoff ; .... Adams, who Identified himself! patients as they seek modem dentistry. .
on this Issue op until that time." battles in countywide as a student at the school. health facilities. The dentist Among allied organisations
I have some opinions about- %balloting In Dade County last :..dIl Adams said that the demonstration must not only be aware of, Which will meet Jointly with the
Republican aspirants which I 'week, one for the state legislature :- was peaceful. But, bt these needs but must offer his National Dental Association
bays yet to mate the other for a position feU that something might happn services( toward administering which have planned scientific
MDLU;, the oldest National with the Miami Metro. U grievances were not given these needs. 'and social programs will be
Business organization, black orwhite Kershaw, a teacher In the attention. He mentioned a four- In order for tbe dentist to do ;The Ladles Auxiliary of the
since It superceded the Carver Junior High, defeated Kirby, entertainer, left, and Mayor Walter Washington of the District of Columbia, page letter of complaints. this. Dr. Chownlng said,' be National Dental Association
U. S. Chamber of Commerceby Attorney Steve Butter for the ,made mejry with Vice President Hubert H> Humphrey when he celebrated his fifty-seventh One of the demands was that 'must have knowledge ,on all r r- S
twelve years. It's current Demo critic nomination to the birthday recently. More than 2,000 persons attended his party. Kirby upstaged the affair aa Afro-American course of levels of all government and ? rlrit r.'T'-""'I."
txdIao Is that tU development >>- state house. Kershaw receitod with a 30-mlnute performance study should be set up. They social programs which .,. .
of t black entrepreneurial 55,556 votes. Butter received demanded Improved dormitory address themselves to these .
class 1s central to the solution 47,859. Kersbaw willthere facilities. needs. The dentist must be ... I
of the problem of urban trans fore, run against Republican: Three Presidents University officials were not 1.
qd lty. Some politicians are Robert Gunderson November, available Pt. Rembert Stokesis \:
taking our public statements .general election month. president and was report Maytag Foundation BRAND NEW .,
Kershaw may become the first tdly out of the state. .
NPI Wants Negro in modern Florida, According to Adams, the Is Donor For .j: 1968 VW
History to win a seat in the student body was almost unanimous
Wallace To state legislature. Widely- in its decision to right College Fund .*: SEDAN9768x
known, he is a former fwtbill what they consider to be wrongs
NEWTON IowA=I,000grant
coach. He Is 56 old. With George Valentine vice .
Discuss years ,
Rights
to tile United Nero Co11e'EeFaDd
Dr. Franlln Evans in the race 1 president, said be was informed ;r .
hat been made by the Ragtag -
a third Kersbaw of the trouble when he
MONTGOMERY IWbere) as party, r- came
Company Foundation Inc.
cleared the second: hurdle of to his office and was presentedthe t :
does Presidential candidate '
It has been announced by JJD.Cpz BIUVIUD IN 'IAX
his campaign. He was supported letter of grievances. J '
George Wallace stand on the ,
race Issue He denies being by the byNcivic the Miami J. More than ZOO students were foundation president, f.I -rut. IM .Mi .t< et M' .\f

racist, Jet be U quoted by the Herald; and and fraternal \ ( mining about the campus' ,. .
"Independent American," a organisations through the Students for tile most part made ,. \rfJ
4 national conservative paper, U county. few comments, tt was leaned, '. .'
,, charging that the "Communist Earl Carroll an Insurance- ,however, that Ole real dispute Catlin- '
i movement" wrote the clOt man, having won, U the first lies between the administration ;: :
t rights bill and "has been behind Negro to sit on the Metro and tile student body. iCI'rK.
the civil rights move- Comml 101L. He took hit \ Several months ago Central : Griffin ::1
meat" Wallace "would point teat on June 10 along with State College, the campus of
out to the Negro people," according seven other commissioners reelected L which is across from that of '. Volkswagen 'j, ,,1
to the paper, "that and with Ben Sheppard Wllberforct, was the scene of .'
INC
we're going tohave law enforce-* a newcomer. ';I a tI d II t-umln1&tnt1oD dlffUcilties. I 1r.11 hen '
I Bent la this .ftKennedy's Carroll campaigned vigorously 1 Bowie College, 'U Sums lei t fH. Ct 1250 EAST Ith ST,
for district voting. tile inState Maryland, predominantly ems *mm4 AM. TM./MI 1549093Martini ikb.
elections.: He did not have the 4 Negro, had< trouUt i few days Oml In t rod Ct. t
Murder backing of local papers or of ago Virginia Union Howard.Tuskeget ear t Ilk M. IILItll L.LJI"' ""I! l
downtown Interests. However, were also pbgued
Carroll came out u the top by disputes
Gels
Responses Negro votegetter. He won 5*, Governor James A. Rhodes of
WASfflNGTON- 0-Cla 424 votes His opponent R. B. Ohio was informed of the

people's irttcttoa: to'tbe assiasslnation Fordyct.,won 49,718 ._.aWUllngton trouble He made no immediate '
of Sea Robert P.' Roll, tile other request for military assistance. et \
Kennedy vary from an attitudeof Negro candidate, failed toover-j; ? ,it
def cL He lost tour.
come a
loss, to "what about our own
leaders who have been. Ben Sh ppard, 82,110 to40OM.. -. College' twenty-fifa commencement was highlighted by thtprtseactoTftrtt .Dr. Sullivan Plans
murdered?" This was his first attempt at' presidents. Here left 1s Dr. Fred C. Dtvlson, president to lWfirslty of Georgia. eom-
la the middle Is Presidential public 0 U1 CI. Much of tile! mencement spealer. Next is Pnelbee Date Bell oic Abroad
candidate: Dick Gregory, who strength the politicians got; class. On the right is President Thomas Miller JenkinsheaderAlbanyStateTBtlLoneof Centers
considers It a "racist Insult" came from predominantly black 180 persons receiving undergraduate degrees, is r native of Tampa, Fit., where be resides Dallas Teiv-''OpportunitiesIndustrialisation ,\
that hebasbetadenledSecret precincts, because voters went with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Dell. Centers will J'

Service protection as have out in large numbers.However, be in operation U Liberia,
were close in all of Dadi's Mrs. King: Says Negroes PROMOTEDLUTHER
OB one side, there.are those : said the Invader, The
Rolle U is said
precints. received
blacks who fondly recall the Reverend Leon. H. Sullivan ube
Senator U the contender who voters.many votes from white Should Have More Unions made the Dallas O.LC. dedicatory
sought to provide the nation's t speech at New HopeBaptist
poor with a "handup"instead of MIAMI BEACH -Mrs.Martin strikers. The striker returned Church Friday H I s
a "handout.".They link him with Eisenhower lauds Luther King Tuesday of this to work several weeks ago after oft recently: by students who
his late brother President John week urged a union representing having received certain. later presented a long list of
r. Kennedy, indentified u astaunch Memphis garbage' collectorsto benefits. policies upon which the DewO.I.C.
champion of the Negro's Negroes For Work orgaalte. all Negro public Mrs. King received a plaquein : operation would be
ca.... New York-Former President workers in the South. honor of tile late rights
The Kennedy name almost Invariably Dwlxht D. Elsenhower has Mrs King along with Rev. leader, particularly became of I
Inspires fervid admiration singled out two Negro comm Ralph David Abernathy, president his efforts in the interest of .
or'bUttr opposition unity leaders u deserving of tile SCLC, spoke at tile Memphis strikers. Dr.King SISTER BESSIE
Is the case of these black people, special praise for doing a memorial service for Dr. was killed in Memphis on the J
King during the convention of of his lathe Interests PALMISTPASTPRESENTFUTURE
the reaction to the Kennedy "everything they can to lead eve parade
assisilnitton Is the former. their people into programs of the American Federation of of tile complaining workers. ';
On the other side of the spectra self-Improvement" The State, County tad MunMnMEmployees. \ Helpful Advice On
are those black people country "needs hundreds" like1selMmprovement. .
who remember Robert F. ." "Tht "You must organize labor Powell Appeals For I All. Affairs
Kennedy u a liberal supporter country needs hundreds like unions all over America and
of the civil rights arose. them." be says. all over the Southland because Court's ApprovalWASHINGTONNP1)The F. JACISo!( .LIFE
,But they mistrusted him. Just The Negroes art Rev. Leon together we stind and dividedwe LOVE
u they do most white people. Sullivan of Phtladalphls, Pa., tall," said Rev. Abernathy. U. Luther P. Jackson veteran I' .MARRIAGEBUSINESS I
Be was wrong Just for being and Mrs. Maths Coney of Indianapolis He went on further to say S. Supreme catrthubeenbaadedAdamClayton newsman and wldely-know.n .
wt III. 1Dd.i. "The second thing I want to Powen'.p.peal writer, has assumed immediate
ask you is that you will support of his ouster from the duties u associate director of HOURS 9 AM-11 PM1DAYS
fm the dream of Martin Luther House of Representatives. But. public relations for the NAACP. "In, the Privacy of
Make
EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUPBy | King." it will be at least 1969 before, This appointment was made and Hoie" it perfect.
.
The widow called for a sincere the court acts on the appeal announced by Roy Wilkins, exlecutlve ,
S NEGRO. P3ESJ- DiTERNATlONAl $ effort by all Americans to rid U it does I director. Jackson: will 879-2250
CLAIMS "FIRST"DDCMOOR the nation and the world ofc la his appeal Powell charged ,serve u associate editor of 1/& Mile North of Callahan
m. = (NPQ Laying claim to being the first poverty, racism and war. that his expulsion from t h e The Crisis, the organisation's UJS. 1 Callahan Fla.
educational institution rename itself after the late assassinated Rev. John Lawson, of louse was unconstitutional. At ,monthly and oldest Negro ,
Dr. Martin Lamer King Jr., is the local McKinley Memphis called the Memphis the same time, be is camp-"'magazine. lDNGDRTANCE,1D8
Junior High School Dedicatory ceremonies were held recently strike one of the crucial signing for the seat he baa been .
with special guests including Leront Rennet, author-senior moments of the city and of tile denied. He was sure to win tbe BON'I' lUE Tit Tl TUN TO lEt
editor, Ebony Magazine, and Mrs Bernadlne C. Washington, country. He listed MeupUi election, but less likely to win
Radio Station WVON vice president, attending. Mayor Henry Loeb as a "110- the appeal.As -f.. I
Mayor" contending that the a result of his expected '
CONTRAST mayor said "No" to tile election. tempers art likely to LOW PRICESDRUG
contrast to the black studel JiI .fa \
In
WASHINGTON* (NPQ be kept hot ia Harlem where n ," .
sit-ins boycotts and seizures of campus facilities at other citizens have not been represented W .. :" .. '
schools around tile nation for Increased "blackness", tile in Congress for almosta STORE NEEDS' i ,...-. ,..?; (.oJ.f t..." C". I I
members of the Organisation of African and Afro-American Former Chicagoan year and a half, although --- '! ; --' E..t-' e- I
Students at American University played It cool. They wanted they have repeatedly re-elected :,.. tlft.: -"If.V: r.: I.il I.
courses in Negro history and culture and more Negro students Powell. i \.
Included, but proceeded to make their wishes known to the. Views For Title Some said! that Powell is winning fade with Your Ntigbborhood Drug Store; .... _! ;... ., ("
of them WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL J'f. : .
,college administration without fanfare Twenty-four '
his battle, Just by keeping ,
gathered in the office of President Hurst R. Anderson to Of f ESO Queen his constituents angryardteady PAPERS. We deliver We also .fill all Doctors Prescriptions; '. .Ff1'

make their requests. for battle. But, according to
GREAT. LAKES, 111.-(NPI)-
others, the weary Baptist minister
APPOINTEE' 'A former Chicago Southslder is anxious to return, at Seen
SANTA ANA, Ca11f. (NPQ Electronics engineer Jesse is one of five finalists who are last, to his "home bast" In Dixie Pharmac Am'stlw. J
F. Berry, 15, has been named by tile local board of education vying for the title of Electronics Congress, where be.could hold
to membership on the school policymaking J>>od1. The appolntment -' Supply Office (ESO) Queen. She actual, rather than symbolic J\\
'
makes Berry tile first Negro to serve on any school is Mrs. Charles E.Bryson,,Jr., power.. 1312 UNO 1011 IT MTITLE Ext' :p.j

board in'Orange County I of which Santa Ana is tile county seat. tile former Carolyn Guthrie, a e.o...;...:..
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personnel clerk in the Consolidated
ACCEPTED Industrial Relations Division JOIN I THE Phil 3U.SUl ffl. tI'1, to'...;
GARY (NPQ-- Herman Langford Froebel High School Nary ESO. ;
:.; teacher has been accepted u a participant in the Institute After graduating from East ARMYRESERVE PAY to.ll.UII'. ,, VATEI AID .
tor Advanced Study of Negro History, a National Defense Chicagoshed.) Washington High } Seagram's Extra JkJ/ '" perfect martial I i gin
r T Jucatloa act.fImdeIIslx-.eek intensive summer course to beheld majored) in pre- ;
< at tile University of Illinois-Chicago Circle. The session pursing at Wilson Junior College ElEFIME IIIU AT 001 STOKE suite iitnuut eciMit. lit,u HIMIUTIUII IH in. ass uuieu tuitI "
: will feature specialists Negro history and culture. Chicago *

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Look Men's Styles -'
A New In

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I: I 'f.? fin'" YORK, N.Y.- An entirely new look In men's hair styles .
'f, Posner has emerged recently and has been eagerly welcomed by men
I .4e.. ""by ;; of all ages and In all wafts of We. Variations of the Mr.. % / 'n.>
'" '. '. '. Natural hairstyle are seen everywhere, for Its distinguishing :
'f characteristics of virile masculinity make It universally ac- ,,
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cepted. '
:. g The men's hairstyles staff at shaped rounder and higher at
IfI \ :Posner Laboratories, Mew .the crown. J
York, has Just presented to the Many of the country's lead-
,
puUDc a number of exciting,newvariations Ing athletes have adopted "The
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of the basic Mr. Natural Swahlll" Ube perfect style
VStgahilisd look. Hamilton Posner, for them. It Is close-cropped, '
Posner president of the company, first with definitely defined lines at ns e
d became Interested what has the temple and ears. It'. cool: a
.now come to be called the"Mr. to wear, easy to take care of ]
I and handles Itself well in the
k Natural" several
years. ago on
i I / a trip to Africa. shower, all characteristicswhich
"Trulynattve- African hair athletes especially ape
'styles would be too extreme preciate. Its clean-cut Mr. Na-
for most Amerlcans"Mr.Pos tnra1lcdlatheperfectcomp1e.ment J
4 ner said, "but there was a look to their sleek muscular '.
if about them that I thought bad .appearance. ,; d ,
a deflnit place In modern male "It was Sammy Davis, said
fashion. On may retain from I4r, Posner, "who really inspired j'
Africa, I Immediately started the look of "Hie Baji. '
A working with the men's hair Notice Its smart,close-cropped ,\, .
I stylists on staff to deter- well-groomed appearance at the .
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I mine bow this look could be crown and bow the hair comes ,
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adapted tobe American menu tit*,If.ndPII'.r..., (0._ modified L'AfH...
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I scene." a real personality cut, one the liftiilr-cirted' wig In the natural modern bahlM
III During the Interview in his that men In show business feel arnt from trading: wff.mikera David Dafid-fanpired by Interest ta
,
II / '.: .r1L office 38-19 108th Street, Corona Is truly theirs." African fceriUfe-4* a' stretch style, with room U grew In. Filly.,
r' ccroserrstivQ'yotmg waahable, non-flammable Dynel-Hn ad natural hair folora-U per
Ii "Even the more
.J,. "The Baji" "The Watusi" .1' in New York, Mr. Posner businessmen", remarked _Mad, waved MI e feather-lifti, airy foundation. Millinery sips
went on to say that be felt the and department stores feature the. newly natural wlf-for e quick
: by Posner by Posner Mr. Natural
variation of the Natuallook
the way to becoming a tremens
dous success throughout the to suit the tr taste In hair styles Buttonsl
"me Soulin", for Instance, is
country. He pointed out that
they styles he has created an a style that many young substantial t .

t show the versatility of this and businessmen again Us crisply-ask for ttctJ1w1 \ j
ft4 1 new hair fashion In Its many again
t
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smart, masculine adaptations.
., Z : "Each man", continued Mr tend to be on the conservative j'I
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: to the
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Yi I who
requirements of many men 'i
that
distinguished ones our stylists -
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f will prefer a more extreme
.. style; others a more conservative
look,but an of them represent I
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styles can be modified to suit lets ( I I
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a man's personality and facial
contour but they all typify the .Y.
virile masculinity tt distinguishes -
f the Mr. Natural look". sr so. ea xweaa !
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nsl" style, Mr. Posner mentioned BEDTIME FOR BASSSpawnin' II
that It was Inspired by the time if Sehin'tuosAnd I
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If, for typM. The men's bairstyUng staff at Posner Laboratories president of the company, became Interested what hu come by For many bass ftahonnon I flaawl dress, cut on popular Area It buttons most of the
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T 4 slices raisin bread 1 teaspoon vanilla jJ
Pb; 2 eggs Vi teaspoon lilt 1
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Vi teaspoon cinnamon V/t cups hot milk
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"P Divide evenly among 4 or I baking cups. Beat together 1 -.wbol.IIRR .
1aat A and 1 egg yolk, K cup sugar cinnamon vanilla and salt. Melt
butter In htft milk; slowly beat Into egg milt lure. Fill cups with
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Moderate oven (ISO degrees F.) about SS to 40 minutes. Beat re.malnlng -:
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kabotM with mushrooms and bacon a molded rice-.salad cherry

tomatoes pumh to drink.with avocado All good dip enough tiny to muffins eattH strawberry pie and pink 'A RASPBERRY tad WIDe Elate t s.ttlsboneleas tarter TOO, as tba accoopanrinteTerage>Other to-aloogs are jroang carrots
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1 cup chopped onion 2 cups diced potatoes of unbeaten egg whites.
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FAMU'S Scholars In Who's Who World

i T i i> i rrrrrrrry Trnrrryrrrrrrnr i rm 111{3 PARTICIPATION -
: A Report of the U.S.
Commission on Civil Rights;
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NOW ct BURGERCflSTLE RIGHTS COMMISSION, Wash
ington D.C.; 256 pp; 075.
I At the 1964 Democratic National
I convention challenge to
the seating of the regular Miss
I issippi delegation was made by
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I the Mississippi Freedom Dem
,5780 NW 7th AVENUE ocratic party, a challenge based
on charges political and social
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; ::z \'" 'f-r. Std''i I discrimination.
The MFDP was unsuccessful

It4-ll} i NEW) 1) in regulars its challenge and be to recognized.unseat the

However, it did not give up.

......;'": ;I : A GlINT TREAT challenge Once again the, the regular party plans delegation to

'SIR.. LUNCH '0 LOT' when the 1968 convention

.. of the Democrats convenes in
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M FRIED CHICKEN Twenty-six Florida A4M Onrmslty"students were receaUj Tampa; SUrlef E, Akfrldge, Tampa; James II.Sowell,Jasper, Chicago this August.
inducted into the 1967-68 edition of Who's' Who in American Battle J. Walker, Tallahassee; Dr. George W. Gore, FAMU, Now, there are agruments pro
Colleges and Universities. They are from left: Walter Brown, President; Gladys Jean Perry, Miami, Harold T.Smith, Pensa- and con for the MFDP raising
fRIES Bellview; Ellene B. Kelly Tallahassee; Charles E. Darts, cola; Mona E. Bethel Miami, Artie L. Polk, Apalachicola; this issue as "an Important
1. DINNER 3 PIECES DICKEN COLE SLAW ROLU 97 Tallahassee; Barbara F. Page, Orlando:. Herbert J. Smith, Dayatra C. Baker, Marianna; Reginald A. Montgomery, TallaItassee event" like the national convention
especially after the accomplishments
;Charlyne P. Davis, Tallahassee.
9 Pieces of ttickii 2io ((1)) of the Democratic *
2. BOX ,of party over the last four
Two Decades An Artist Race Consciousness Is years.

3. BUCKET of 15 Pieces of Chicken 3/5 For one thing there Is the
Not Enough Says Leader argument that the Negro"is regarded
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as a highly significant
4. BARREL of 21 Pisces of ckickia 495 TAMPA- Racial awareness Is Dot enough A course of factor" in the outcome of the
meaningful social change charted to reach back and help the Presidential race.
2 PIECES CHICKEN. 90 per Tent of underprivileged masses of our society, stated' For another, It Is being said
5. SNACK-PACK FRENCH FRIES, ROLLS 69 .Mrs. Mary Jane Hewitt at the Florida AIM University, Office that national candidates mem.
red-Ceotioulog-Edncaaa sponsored conference. bars of Congress state and
Mrs. Hewitt addressed group ference. Funds came from the local leaders of both partiesare
t U ,.. of educators,civic leaders,politicians Florida Board of Regents Office "talking more about" and
...........4 religious, state and for Continuing Education, Title "promising more" for the Negro .
.. ..........,. local government officials attending ::1, Higher Education Act of 1965. than ever before.
......-, ........ a two-day conferenceto Some of the conclusions of the One white observer went so far
.. ..,- .....i. ......... develop guidelines for a longservice conference were better employment u to say be wished he was black
,.......- .................. range program of aka opportunities, better so that hecoukT'takeadvantageof
,'.." OI'"............... ,,.. and continuing id for the housing better recreational all the opportunities open to
,...", ....... ........ ,.. urban community her*recently. facilities and .heightenedmiddleclass black people In America"
.
... .... ,. .. Mrs Hewitt Is community development white sensitivityto All of this of course, should
.. ...' Camilla Winiams name has Dean one with wbicfe toeoajv*
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'" ... ..... ,.. coordinator of urban the social problems of the be taken with the proverbial
c-e ... .. daring the last two decades and, still the possessor of aa exceptional -
... ,0 University of California. of salt. Not that all that
'" ...... ....... voice, Miss Williams seems prepared to continue. affairs Negroes Tampa. grain
LATIN Los Angeles ExtenslonService. A panel composed of two is "promised" or "talked
:. .. '" appearances major concert and opera hot a of the world.
..; J.- She's the author of a local housewives, a longshoremen's about" will come to pass. Then
NurnK Miss Williams, on the right is shown when she made her
,,... operatic debut in IMS with the New York City Center Opera Emmy award winning t0-part official, and the director of the too, Negroes have beard these"promises"
Wi' NBC series "The In Model Cities too times In
WIi on Negro Tampa Program many
Company u the first Negro artist to grace the staged a
American Culture." pointed out the acute needs of years past. .
I. ....... .. ....... .... ..... ... .. ..... .. ... ... former major opera Metropolitan company.Opera Here Singer she Geraldlne is being congratulated Farrar, also one by More than 200 participants the Tampa community Discussion .As for what's happening in
of the world's greatest singers in the two.daycoofabvlsltedthe periods from the floor political organizations regarding
THIS ,COUPON GOOD Tamps ghettos to set the stage brought suggested guidelinesthat the Negro's progress abundance -
.' : PMONI 787-1)IS. .. for the guidelines for improvingthe needed Immediate ciQAOl'tuDlUt.IIOII-41s- .
social conditions Tampa implementation in order to crimination, etc., much of the
FOR"20* OFF ON PURCHASEOF COOPER'S "REUPHOLSTERY Mrs. Hewitt' keynote address solve the massive problems that progress (deceptive.. The,
was the highlight of the evening have continued to mount over whole truths have not been
session. The Tampa Model the years aired.
CHICKEN Pick Up And Delivery Service ClUes Program the Universityof It was pointed out that the In addition, the report points
DINNER
South Florida and the Com- federal, state,and local governments out, to the Negro, what hit
1JVO' N.W. B4TN STOUT munlry Relations Committee of should take the sights! are and what protectionis
111111111 010. WILLIAMS Marl. MIAMI. nollfO" Tampa cooperated with the 'leadership! In eradicating discriminatory provided under various laws
Office of Continuing Education practices where ,when his political freedom is
at FAMU la directing the con they presently exist being abridged or denied.
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I Mississippi Negro Farmers Band Together In Agricultural CooperativeNAACP II



Founders Says AhbiH FAMU's Needs Discussed Milestei Ce-Op Gets Off


Honored By NYU Black Bibles .' ":' i Te New Start IB Straggle


Hall Of FamousNEW Die E.rllerMONTOOMERYNP1)Negro .J lajATETT. La,-Three hundred Negro farmer barehanded

YORK,-Jane Addams, ", together In an agricultural cooperative to Holmes County Miss.
I pioneer social welfare,worker They are part of a movement to organise Black farmers into
and a' founder of the NAACP,. Infants In Alabama's rural viable economic organisations.
"memorialised" last week at areas pay the "color tax" with The Milesian Co-op was originally and Robert G. Clark the first
the Hall of Fame for Great their lives according to Yale formed in the 194 Americans on the Bronx University pediatricianDr. by the Farmers Security Administration. since reconstruction, was also
campus
of New York University. Allan C. Hermann. Through the years elected to the board.

Miss Addams was one of the Most black babies In rural the co-op slowly lost Its vitality _
National Committee of Forty Alabama are doomed before due to the lack of management
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which convened in 1909 to birth to live shorter Uvesthaa N and toe lack of assistance Is
\ Negro Assistant
"help right the wrongs of the they would, If they were white, \ from; Fefcril lad State
Negro." It was oat of this"meeting he said.A agricultural services. Over the
Negro baby In one Alabama .. past the Mlleston Co-op
of "fair-minded whites and year Africa USIA OfficerWASHINGTONJohn
intelligent b l a c k s" that Un county can expect to live 10 .. ;; ; has been reorganised mainly
NAACP was bora. years less than a white baby : .4. : ., t :i through the efforts of Howard E.; Rein-

Bishop Stephen G.Spottswood; because "the lack of protein in '. .. :..: ,.. ..,. ;.. II II.i. Bailey a field organizer for the hard, graduate of Knoxvffle Col !
the diet of mothers has a serious > be.lI&JUCI.b taDt
chairman of the NAACP Board, ., '> ;''' 1 Southern Cooperative DeY.topJell., has
read excerpts from Miss Addams effect on the child.beforeit .,, 14 i t: ment Program $CDP) To support Director of the United States

views on race relations. Is born. ZjjL .,.: ., the co-qlm areas of management Information Agency for Africa..
Such factors to a child's life ,. .. t\ for.
In 1912, she said: .. '. ,', and education SCDP He win be responsible
Only when white men and u Intelligence, vitality, and win provide technical and financial carrying out the United State
colored men together engage later social behavior are"profoundly f : : -r, assistance. Information and Cat1val1ll'oJ
upon common political pro affected by the hunger On May lit In Lextoiton,Miss, gram to Africa, where USIA has
blems will the colored man that exists In rural Alabama a general assembly of co-op 50 posts to M roe tries. W
cease to be regarded himself, among! Negroes," the pediatrician members was held. Officers was once professor of English
as a problem. told the C.S. Commission were elected to the Board of at Virginia State and taught.
Miss Addams was the founder on Civil Rights Directors P.K. Delaney was at North Carolina and at Atlanta
of Han Norse inChlcageone elected.President of the coop University.
of the earliest and the most School Owner Is '1

famous of pioneering settlement .. WHEN YOU ARE HI
houses which opened in 1889.
By the time of her death In Given High ,Honor y
1 Seek The Best Doc
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1935, she and Hull House bad I
gained world renown. CtflCAGO-CNPO-A southslde tor. When Tour Doctor
At the New York University young woman received congratulations Prescribes, Get Experienced
observance a bust of Miss from Mayor Richard Perry Harvey Jr. Deft) Tampa International Lon shoremtlt. conference to develop lone range guidelines of public service Pharmacists To I II
Addams was unveiled by Paul J. Daley at his office,after being .Association Aged.br;Gene Battle Dean of the College or: and continuing education: for the urban community D1roaI'11t1'
Jane, director of Roll House. chosen "Business Woman of the Education,;University of South Florida; Mrs. Annie Gregory, Office of Continuing Education In cooperation with the Tampa Fill Prescriptions According
Model Cities Program Model Cities the University of South Florida and the Tour Doctor's
The sculpture Is the work ofCranvllle. Tear" for the city of Chicago housewife John Ifctfunfex, director Tampa Program To .
anihtrt. Ernestine Bronbcmeri..cu.euu"Probiemaand Community Relations Commission of.Tampa .
W. Carter. Miss Ruby L. Oliver Is the recipient ; Orders.
She operates the Little Needs of Tamps" Florida AIM University sponsored a We Use Only The Beat C. E. BLACKProprietor

Powell Urges program Folks Cottage at two nrsery locations.school YOU Is New CORE Denies Quality Drugs.

A former WAVE who served Backing Any 3 Reglftered Pharmacists To Serve Tton
Members To three years at the Great Lakes Youth Group With

Picket NY HospitalNEW Naval graduate station.of the Miss Coma Oliver Peters Is a i World News Digest Election Candidate ..... .....A COMPLETE LINE OF-......... II

Business school and studied By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALONE %40 Groups In U.S. MEW TORK{HP0.-The re*
Ycxt -('(PQ-The Rev. pre-school education at Wilson and affaIr"'b.t;,... Cosaetios'Rubber Goods Candles .
EAST core
Adam Clayton PoweQ exhorted City college. ST. LOUBnirNP0- Presidential
his congregation to take a hint Leaders of teenage youth contender& Richard ...
from young white stedeetsat Hdstle's SOLUTION groups-known u Touth Organ Nixon to oft CORE BOW says Sundries.
Judge LONDON - facing Britain has been proposed by representatives of 17 Representatives of 49 groups President and that It sever -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELI VFBFD-
Daughter Plans Immigrant organisations Replace the National Committee for from 19 cities got together at endorsed Xlxon's "black cap
Commonwealth Immigrants suggested under the Race RaisIns 'a conference here to ''ba1141J1d ttallsra" proposal, which endeared 1917 KIKES! IOAD 353-1211
Bill, with an "Immigrant Organisations Parliament" This dignify ghettos" through the the candidate to wtltebacUashers
August WeddingPmUDELPRIANP group to be called the National Commission for Racial confederation. opposing' more Lilly's Drug Store I
Equality would be elected by members of colored population. According to the group's welfare spending.,
>-Wedding Instead of being appointed, and would advise the government; present Warren V. Gilman,
bens are scheduled toting on how Its measures would affect Immigrants. M. of Chicago, the
out sometime to August for the determined, once and for Wes I I
I, daughter, of Chief Judge and DEATH OF COMMONWEALTH .to take the destiny of their lives .
t Mfa. William. H. Hattie.d the and futare Into their own hands.
Third U. .. Court of Appeals. KABWE Zambia -
The Riles recently announced British government" recently by President Kenneth Kaunda of have formed a nation wide .
the engagement of their Zambia. on the trend of race'relations In Great Britain Retold organization of "gangs." They Fr d rick McKinley ((1893-1961Y.) *.>
daughter. Karen Roberta, to an outdoor mass rally of the ruling United National dislike that term,preferring Instead
Wesley Samuel Williams Jrs., Independence Party (UNIP) that the commonwealth will come to regard their rote u
son of Mr. and Mrs Williams to an end If the British government backs Enoch Powell's redirecting youths toward productive -
,of Washington D. C. "racist policies." development.
A1966 graduate of Bates college GIlmore Is associated with
ADAM CLAYTON POWELL with a master's degree to INDECISION Chicago' Conservative Vice
International relations from Lords, whose members con ,
Columbia university and picket Tilts nlversirfs Fletcher CAPE TOWN -NPI- The Nattmand-rubd government ,sider their organization state
Harlem hospital and the Lance School of Law and diplomacy: of South Africa seems to be undecided about who Is white and corporation, rather than a .
Terrace apartment complex. Miss ladle to presently with who to black. Under the reclassincatlon program which It to "gang.f
The mlBlster-poUUcIaa the International public affairs rigorously pressing/a.' 'nan who previously lived In a white
ed that Columbia had department of Mobil Oil cor community can be moved to a colored (mixed race) or black
bought Lenox Terrace and that poration. New York Africa area or vice verse. Involved In the decision are such, Former Eisenhower
the hospital had become affiliated Her fiance, a product of things u descent of the applicant, physical appearance
with Columbia*Presbyterian Harvard College, where hewas and social acceptance. Aid Assist
Medical Center. Ouster graduated magna eumlaede,received
of black people bad resulted a degree from the Barvard OUTSIDER'S VIEW Nixon I
from both moves, be Indicated. Law school, and to currently Advisors
Hospital and university officials a graduate fellow at Columbia URBANA, Ill. -{NP0- Race relations In the United States
denied the charges. council and director, have been pictured u being "at a critical turning point" NEW YORK (NPQ E.
Columbia Law School. by Kenlchl Tomlnaga, an assistant professor of Tokyo University Frederick Morrow, a former
NELSON His father was a former president currently doing research on management-labor relations aide to President Elsenhower.:
JOHN P. of the D.C. Board of at the University of Illinois. Be noted, "Although the blacks and author of""Black Mm In the
e4IIc&t1oo. and whites seem to tit integrated and seem to have establisheda White Rouse, has been named

HONORED FOR AID Judge ladle a former deaa line of communication, they are poles apart if, agitated to mlttee the National of Advisory Com-
the Nixon for Presided
by a tragic rtroka of events meet "
of Howard University School of they as a group.
Because of his efficient and Law also served governor of Committee
successful representation of the Virgin Islands.Carmichael. ANOTHER TARGET Morrow became the first
Negro to history to serve U
Negroes In litigation Involving
educational In- ALGIERS aa executive assistant to the
desegregation -Auusioatloos-Completed abortive-
stUutions, John P. Nelson, Jr.. are fast becoming regular news Items on the International President when be was appointed the
to that under He refrigeration
Esq., senior partner la the law 1 And scene, and the newest Is that of President Houarl Boumedlenne position Presl- got
firm of Nelson Ormood and of Algeria. An abortive attempt occurred: recently when unknown dent Eisenhower In September
Nelson of New Orleans was assailants fired at the president's black Citroen limousine u 1953.He .
HomeIn served In the White Raw
honored recently as the recipient Makeba Buy It was leaving Government Palace. The 43-year-old chief of until industry rolling.Frederick
when he
January 1961
of the UII'FIItJ.cI state suffered a cut on his upper Up from a glass splinter .
went to become
on
.- Washington from the car windows, shattered by the bullets. vice-presi
dent, Bank of America, New'.1or reached the he knew shock-proofing. From
t""c. ; Jones top racers,
> WASKINGTONNPIBlack '* .
rank of American inventors the hard the library, he knew refrigeration.
', advocate Stokely Carmichael
", power appears to be settling SCLC Leader way, An orphan, Fred quit school to Within days, using a gasoline engine
J ,
I/ 'J, r"j'I down. support himself. For a while he set up and parts from scrapyards Fred

:':#; ":,; He's reported lobe negotiatingfor Decries Race 'pins. But his mind was on mechanical built the world's first practical truck
\ : j't purchase of a i70,0001eme problems. refrigerator. His invention revolutionized -

; f. t,". "" to the northwest Carter Barren Washington Imnhttnei sear: Relations I IdeaWASHINGTON SEAFOOD CENTER At 16 he landed a job in a garage. the food-transport industry.It .

I Ur, where Us wife. Miss -(NPD-U e V. .... .. ... R ..t AV( PH [. of 4t./ Within three years he was foreman, played a major role in developing
Miriam Makeba, has perform economical frozen-food distribution.
\ Andrew J. Young Poor his specialty building racing cars.;
ed.Archie People's March leader, has Soon he earned fame on the dirt- Later on Frederick Jones designedthe

a for a Kennedy-: sates company manager exploded one rees-relations HIS WEEK'S DOUBLE track circuit. "Casey" Jones they first portable x-ray machine and

Mid the owner of the $O-year- myth ud 411ae1Dlllate4UOtt1er. called him, the daredevil who built the standard refrigerator for all Army
old home has accepteda written He correctly disputed motion vw ow.hrw racers and set records driving them. field kitchens. In all, he held over 60

purchase offer from the Car He notion has that correctly this country disputed was the OAT WHITING 39c Simultaneously Jones'curiositywas patents. Really amazing for a man

michaela\ subject to future discussions. 'built on the virtue of white, iEUM lb. racing into radio. Showing immediate with a sixth-grade education. You'd

Northern European settlers. ...... ar.r Mru genius he was hired by a manu have to call him one of our most ingenious .

"White brutality and black tAT SII I m.6le I.mm e.39cflUNIIER facturer of movie sound systems. Americans. *1II.nit,
"
JOHN P. NELSON Black Powerlessnesslisted slavery built the country, be
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& Law School's said. But then, be alleged that ... He STEAK FISH ,,89c Then came a day that changed an Old Taylor I
Honor Fellowship of 1964. "most poor people In this industry. Fred's employer was golfing Bot 4939. Grand Central Station
"Asa By League country are black" growing BLACK SEA BASS with a trucker, who was com- New York. N. Y. loon II
The citation read in part: ...... .... n/awAir
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h> *** CM** 490 Plea. *lend/n*the tamtam kculptund burt I Iot
private practitioner In a CHICAGO (NPI) Black to hundreds of)'ear.oflla'ery. =-III" a.a. twr .NM. t r |b. plaining. A load of poultry had Frederick |I
Southern city faced with the powerlessness has been documented The oft-eipressed Idea that a t..e.e star a >fua' spoiled because the ice melted. Whycouldn't (Ut'i 8" UU. mad ot itgwEgakitoneIt I
majority of the nation's coiu S5.00 hkb to what it COM .... Otd
crises' Oat followed Brown by a report entitled are Negroes has beet poor ::= ===- ....F |Us MHk* *w.: tag| anybody refrigerate a truck? ( Taylor pay thippms durst*.) j I I
Vs. Broad of Education, you "Negroes to Policy Making po- In recent studies tISH SHIIM u.a. Ik. $I.U Air-conditioning experts said re. Mk check or money order payable to Old I ITaylor. I
might have responded In the: way sitions." Issued by the Chicago challenged .
that many did. South and North Urban x.acthe study: dls- which show about two-thirds of CRABMEAT frigerators couldn't withstand the I

alike by denying responslbfllrf closet that Negroes hold less. poor Americans are white. .C.. MM* WMMevinw. Ib. $160CIow. bounces of the roads. But Jones' employer Name nun MOT MUM I Ial"
for giving living application thaa one per cent of the effective PintMMOT ." said his sound-track firm would I Addr- -
the peat principle of equality Influence to the area Texas TornadoesNEW I !1.25 $1.50 Nut I Ifc I build the trucker a refrigerator. I
of treatment under the law en- although they make op 20 per YORK-One of the. MtM | I a.t Yip'
vnciated by the Supreme Court cent of the population of Cookaunty pnore dubious honor claimed by Frederick Jones got the job.From _________________JI.

-But by the force of your to4egrtty -'' to which Chicago to Tcxa *hich if big in aunt e1NUINI efNUIMIcr'r
u a lawyer end a maine located. "The power stracrere respectu that it lop all other r I 15c Old TaylorKENIUCKYSTMIOHT
f BBK! -
become a of Chicago to hardly less white lutes in the number of Lorna: -Ul1S1II rIAl ...... .
r endured and have BOURBON WHISKY' .MPROOF.THEOU>41AYLOROISTlU. ,.. .....,*..... tKY.
fridge of trust today between than that of, Mississippi," the loa. says the insurance Infor
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I Ashe Graebner, Lutz Bring Ecuador Tennis Teams To Knees I




I Middle American 'Sports- Foundation Names LeadersNEW 'Trouble Shooting Champs Ashe, Top Negro Tennis .

YORK, H.Y.- A 21-nun eludes prominent business, go- clinics la soccer which. will
Board 01' Trustees has been 'ternment, education,'and sports kick-off July 1. b Ace Had Perfect Poise
named to lead the Middle Ame., leaders from the United States MAS Is t non-profit] sports ,

rican Sports Foundatln, Inc, u well as representatives organisation which was drlgl- CHARLOTTEE, N.C.Arthur Age, top ranking Negro tennis
which will sponsor a series of each of the MAS countries; El hall) founded by United Fruit player, and Clark Graebner, both United States athletes, last
64 sports clinics In Central Salvador, Nicaragua,Honduras, Company to help upgrade the week swept through the first round of singles matches In the
America and Panama beginningthis panama, Guatemala, Costa level of athletic performanceIn Davis Cup American Zone finals and gave the United States
summer. Rica, and Panama. Middle America.: .team a 2-0 lead over contending Ecuador.Ashe '
The MAS Board, announcedby The MAS Board held its first In announcing the Board of defeated Pancho Guzman
John M. Fox who Trustees, Fox said: "MAS is double faults In their matches'
president general meeting In New Yorkat
first
lathe match.
at the board proud that so many outstanding 8-3,6-3,6-2, Guzman said that next year,
Is also chairman which the members finalized .
Graebner then scored over Ml
of United Fruit Company, In- plans for the first series of CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 Olvera with the contests In Ecuador,
fuel I8,1 6-2.
,
they will chose a slower surface. -
More than 3,000 persons saw .
,the American group get Yen- Olvera and Guzman represent
gence. Both Asbe and Graeb- ed Ecuador Saturday
Remember Father's Day June 16th [ ner bad vowed to take the offense The Saturday team was made

and avenge last year's up of Graebner and Bob,
h r upset of in, 2 at the hands of Lute. They brought to t final

Give Dad luxurious 1OO% Ecuador GuayaquilBoth and.victorious close the winning
players were positive, of the Davis Cup American Zone
:; accurate and strong. Graebner Tennis Finals. They thoroughly -
Polyester tricot shirts. has a great service. Neither dominated their opponents
committed a double fault. In Guzman and Olvera, '-3I-Z, ,
the second match flyers simply 7-5, '
$6 Sunday performances
advertised at : could not make the grade., more formalities.

L The Charlottee Coliseum playIng Graebner Is 6'2".Lots Is I'".
Now in our own < f ground Is composed of fiber This doubles victory completed
glass. That seemed to Irritate revenge for the United States
OKLAHOMA TROUBLE SHOOTING CHAMPS ...their eyes on the Indianapolis 500 Speedway the foreign players, who team. The United States team
comparablebrand where, on Jane 19, they win compete with 98 other teams In the national finals of the biggest are used to clay courts. Ashe will bat against the European
Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest II 20 years. The student mechanics will try to restore A took advantage of Guzman's Zone winners In the next round
at 1961 Plymouth to normal operating conditions after It has been deliberately sabotaged under trouble in the first service. of the Davis Cup Competition
the hood by service representatives ofthepontestsponeorsCbrysler..PlymouthDivsionof; .Both Ecuadorians had three
Chrysler Corporation The Oklahoma champions are from left to right: Robert Norton and
Pierre Barnaba, Northeast High School, Oklahoma City; and Jim Ludwig and Ronnie Ramer. Bill Russell Will Make Tour
/ Kingfisher High School, Kingfisher They will compete for cash scholarship awards totaling
3.59 >, 16000. NPI Photo of Mid-American AreasNEW
/
YORK-BUI Russell on June 2 began a seven day torn
2 for $7 r Prey-Hungry Alcorn Braves Talks Tennis of the Middle American countries' capitals: In the Interest of

the MAS program, promoted by the United Fruit Company.
Eye Coining Gridiron Tilts rte Negro has now becomea Russell Is a Boston Celtic. He was accompanied by John ...
a top figure lathe once:
figure, Fox, president of the Middle American Sports Foundation Inc.,
There fabulous short sleeve trl. ( LORMAN. Mlaa.-NPO-Trlpl must be set If the 19M edition elusive field of tennis. Years and chairman ,01 the board of the United Fruit Company.

I toll need absolutely no Ironing of the Alcori (AIM College) Braves expect tOeaptur.1II1 of the A series of Intensive sports In November, Owens'and a
'; and drip dry quickly t love y wild life on their 196* gridiron schedule. clinics, led by Internationally Decathlon: ,athlete win conduct

you laundry bills Ideal, for / The Tigers of Jackson State, Omni, Mean Roy "Cameo" t famous coaches and players In .their track clinics: and In December
CrambUng and Texas Southern ,
; the fields of baseball,
travel always look freth. Jaguars of Southern university Welch; aggressive Rayford soccer, Cepeda and Danny
"Tex" Jenkins and versatile basketball and track, will beheld Lltwhller formerly of the
Popular spread collar In solid, Panthers of Prairie View ,
David "Water Dog" Hadley. In the capital cities of Philadelphia P lines and now
stripe and while. 14 to 17. I and Wildcats of Whey win an Coach Casern will hare trouble six Middle American countries baseball coach at Michigan
be on the prowl to catch: an ag*
f l beginning July 1.
the shoes of such State UllluuIt1wUl.tae'
sleeves available at $3.99. /1 filling
long gresslve bunch of Braves, and
players u "All-Amerkan-AIl This was announced In New baseball clinics: In Middle
Hc verse.Alcori SWAC" Martin "Monk" Ar- York by John M. Fox,prudentAJj' America
will again rely
upon
a balanced: attack featuring the rlngton, James Williams and Fox noted that clinic sessions
f '/ running of Roy Cain, HaywoodAshford the blguderKemethTWiage. I I4TLRTHUR r will run two hours with four
'l and Willie Ray; pas* Starting the season Sept. 21 aGnmbllng / sessions scheduled for most

sing of Martin Weeks, and receiving the Braves will cities
MAIL of flanker Oscar Mar Qulna and Wiley colleges: and ASIIIE "The WAS staff has workednot

iZY1t1i1SHOPPING Ua who scored six touchdowns Texas Southern and Southern ago during the time of Suzanne only with the traveling
I. la the last four games last season Universities; In November,Arkansas Longlon, French queen of the clinicians but with other outstanding -
CENTER Walter Cobun and AUra AMiil, Mississippi tennis court, and of Bill Til-. teachers: and ,coaches
f
I Simmons. Valley State, Prairie View and den, whose prowess on the, to develop lesson plans and

Regency Downtown Southgate Defensively, the Braves win Kentucky State colleges. courts was undisputed, no"Negro programs which: take Into account -
be led by Big Joe -Mad Dog" the fundamentals, strategy,
First Negro Goll wherelntegrated competition : % jad- conditioning," Fox said.
would be In order.Whites MAS is publishing these

FLORIDA 'STAR Home Delivered Now! Prof Dead .Al 90: held Negroes. ,held their* their tournaments.tournaments. N r 1 1t .which materials, Us In traveling manual ,form staff.from will

NEWARK, IUr- Coifing lost There was no such thing, Ibohmd.teach: and will distribute the
Its first Negro pro when'John u an Integrated team. Tennis I editions to every coach
M. Shippen, M years of age, went the way of earlier tradition. and player In attendance.
died at the Newark Gardens Coaches will receive suffkient
Nursing Home recently.Shippen However, Negroes In other quantities for distribution totheir
whose life almost fields of sports, perhaps! even own local te....
spanned a century, was part curling have come to the fore. "We sincerely hope that the
Indian and wu one of the first Now, at the top, stands Am I people attending MAS clinks:
golf pros born In America.: He erica's outstanding Negro .wW take the lessons and the
began his career In 1694 at the tennis ace, for that Is Just what lesson plans back to their
exclusive Maldstone Club In Arthur.Asbe Is. At the momenthe students and Inspire them to
,r East Hampton, New York. Before Is the only Negro star. Last greater performance," Fox
that, he wu a caddie.In week, la a battle sgai foreign* JOHN M. FOX said.

1894 when English: ana competitors, be played an of the Middle American Sports "It's desire, not only to
ScoWl professionals were in almost perfect game foundation 1Dc:., (MAS), which demonstrate and teach athletic
demand, Shippen made his be* The New York Times, In an fill sponsor the clinks.: principles, but also to convey
but in the United States Openat Interview with Ashe, listed him the sense of commitment Involved -
Fox Is also
chairman the
4I the Shlnnecock: Hills Golf as American Davis Cupper Arthur : In the life of a successful
board of the United Fruit Company
Club ok Long Island. Ashe, now a lieutenant In athlete, as well as to Illustrate
Shippen said that other pros the United States Army. The the company that founded what rewards are possDle. We
objected) to his participation. topic was the amateur and pro MAS and set It upas a separate, are conflfent of the competencewhich
However, Theodore Haveme- games, America's standing In non-profit entity to be guided the well-trained and conditioned
yer the first president of the International tennis, and bow to by prominent Americans: and athletes of Middle
United States Golf Association, promote a tournament. Since Latin Americans, staffed by. America can: display in world
U. S. and Latin
threatened to call: off the play that precis appeared Ashe and leading sports competition," he added.:
U Shippen were not permitted Graebner have cleared the deck figures, and supported by other MAS feels that with proper
i In the United States
companies
i for America
toparUcipate. by winning the training encouragement,the
and Latin America.
I! J Sfippen finished In a tie for American finals recently Middle American nations can.:
fifth that year and went on to Ashe does not fear that the Taking part with Fox and the rain* their level of performance
play In five other opens. The- amateur will pass off the scene. members of the Board of nationally and Increase:
Jut was In 191J. Fruc:... Oul- He simply feels that those who Trustees In the announcement their share of gold medals In

j You Don't ,Hove To Miss A Single Issue, Of The STAR and met the became first the first amateur promote such! plans should program were: Jesse at The Owens Plaza, former.Hotel the Olympics."we .
American to win know- their contacts and their plan to meet personally
the jQlympk track great Arnold
title, possibilities. He said that amateur with all of the leaden involved
years Shippen spent his later tennis can provide for In Middle American Sports
teachim others. pro tennis. The Pros, he felt programs, explain MAS
must have a.farm system. .activities In further detail, and
The STAR
Is Carrying More Of The News Emrell GroomesIs He feels that the traditional mrge these people to promotethe

white worn in acceptable, not MAS programs at the grassroots
Chosen Headof necessary.: When asked about level so that coaches and
>A YOU Want To Read Abool..Bnt' the Davis cup be said that It players from all over theircountries
,' Chi. Clinic suffers because many have as well as the general
I [U Emrett W. Groomes of turned professional. He would public, attend the clinics and
1 ,
f not revise the Davis Cup structure meet the top coaches and star
: ,e" You don't have to borrow your neighbor paper. x Rochester, N.Y., a former citi- however. athletes who
will
of Jacksonville be on these
leD has been
": ; to read about the activities in your churches, :..;....' named Director of the, Mandel Amateur tennis,averred Ashe, teaching: tours," Fox said.
wF; clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 Clinic of Chicago, a Michael Is In limbo because of the lace s rt.v

p ,' '. homes in Jacksonville alone are having their favorite Reese Hospital's outpatient fa of promotion. The average man Roy Wilkins

..: .:. Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat. cUlt). Groomes took over his never Tickets gets are to sold see to the the game.big Gets

\, '...urday, \\'hy.not you? new Formerly duties. on a staff May associate 1. folks. Prices are extremely Degree From Boston

the Rochester Health- high. The scheme should be
Regional
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Slirt! ;;.Houc Delivery Of The STAR This Coning ,Week. and Hospital Includes CounctlGroomes'background experienceand broken everybody down who, he Is said Interested so that .r4.l < NAACP BOSTON executive-R o director y Wilkins.,was

awarded the
training In'""r'taiMfilnlstratlon might see a good amateur game. JESSI honorary degree
:' .. He closed by saying that tennis OWENS of doctor of humane letters dur
Just Fill physical therapy and Is definitely a spectator (Red) Anerbach, general manager lag commencement exercises at
in
/ The Blank i
Below And secondary education.He .
Say of the Boston Celtics Bill
.. ". : sport, like the bullfight, the ; Boston University
,
received
: his MBA In
J Russell player-coach: of the
Before
City Center M
Opera outdoor
presentations ] all dlence ot
Florida.Star \: t., tosptial and medical from Cornell care administration In like baseball or football Celtics; Orlando Cepeda of the 20,000 persons Wilkins was
.S!. Louis Cardinals and the
P. 0, Box 599 ',. : .:V|J. 1965. He wu before that a National League's Most Valu- cited ,by Arland the university's F.Cbrist-Janer president -

Jacksonville Florida 32201 :;f.) > hospital administration resident able Player In 1907; and Dick for forgoing ,
"an
: :: at Roosevelt In New York effective:
: Williams of the
Alabama manager for
Governor agency the
cooperation of
'. Deliver; The Florida Star every week to: *' City. He is a graduate therapistand Boston Red Sox and the whites and blacks In the Interest
'" '. was a consultant therapist American League's Manager of
of social "
: t $" .. .for the New York City Health Choses Negro Head the Year In 1967. Others Justice.receiving: honorary
Department from 1960 to 1964. Fox said that for a two-week doctorates
NAME ; Groomes Is also a graduateof MONTGOMERY, Ala.-(NPI). period beginning July 1,Vicente W. BrookeR..Wsawho were: Senator Edward

I. 1 p -,. Tuskegee. Following graduation Alabama's new governor, Albert Feola, championship: Brazilian delivered the
r. c be was a coach teacher: P. Brewer, may not turn soccer coach, will hold soccer address commencement
ADDRESS.- and an acting prinlcpal at cut to be such a had guy after ; Secretary-General U
APT teaching clinks In the capital: Tbant of the
,. United
"" "
tf -- various high schools In Jacksonville all. Judging from his Nations-
Y'. appointment ) cities ot Middle America: Beginning
Donovan
cm and In Beatrice, Ala. of Floyd H.Mannas public chalet editor-la-
August 10 Ben
TAME:
; PHONE MAGAZINE
----- He currently holds the rank safety director. Mann held the Carnevale, athletic director at Leland and
K V.
,( ., of Captain and Medical Administrative same position- from 1959-63, New YoA University,and Bailey' ector of Bradford National,executive: dir-
officer for the Air when he helped put down white Training Lab
Howell of the world
.1 .wilt pay, tbe'.caf rier,.20 cents per, week. for my paper Force' 914th TAC Hospital violence against freedom riders Boston Celtics, carry champion out their oratories Institute of Applied

Niagara Falls, New York. desegregating bus stations. two-week basketball clinic tour. tional Behavioral Education:Science Association of the Na


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I Floridians Will Attend USLTA National Championships in Chattanooga I I




Lester Heck Is Aetna LifeInsurance Thirteen Youths Qualify USLTA Goes To Winston-Salem


Olympic Junior Co. '- '- .- -)'jj" .. <.. As Part of Junior CompetitionDavid .1


Helps School t I Williams Huntington HI and Dana Nottingham Pbentt

Place Winner : .. Hi, winner and runner op of the A.T.A. National Interscholastle
HARTFORD, Com Thirteen f.J/: : ; t.! Championships will be rewarded by being sent to the USLTA

Lester Beck, member of tile! young mentromadlsadvantaged i .,.f4';,; ., ", -. National Interscholastic Championships Chattanooga, Tent,
Earth White Community Center area of this city are on the .. June 17-22. the
Junior Wrestling*.won road to better Jobs after re- J': ,;" J Although the 1968 Junior Development the team In Orlando for
i Midsummer Junior USLTA
third place U the Flrat Florida ceving drivers' licenses from .... .. ,; Program has run Into Tennis
Orlauw:
Association Junior Olympic Connecticut Commission of Motor ;t' .. financial difficulties the Championship,
Club Orlando Fla. 1al1.a.'I.
Vehicles John J. Tynan. w tourney was held June 4 to Jla ,
All graduates of Aetna LifeA If'I I the Greensboro Invitational .
Player wishing to Join the
Casualty's "Hi-Gear" dlr-
Junior Tournament although no
team should write O.G.Walker,
fir education: course, they passed financial donations have been
Pierce Street Lynchburg,
1422 ,
recenf Department o( received this year.
Motor Vehicles testa administered \ Players entered in the USLTA Vs.Friends
wishing to make contributions
at Salvation Army Corps Greensboro Tournament were
should send check to
bmIId fig in Hartford's North David Williams Juan and Paul
I II John Wheeler Mechanic
End. In brief ceremonies: ,Tynan Farrow, Mike Doyle Dana Nottingham and Mr. Farmers Bank, Durham
praised the successful driving Gary Davis BUI Conner
N,C treasurer to help keep
,
candidates for their interest In
? and Dana Hugenborger. kids on the courts and out of
training for licenses as a means From June IS
10'to most of
I courts this hot sum
r the police
of getting better Jobs. ,t m the players moved on to the
All 1) indicated they planned f.; i iI Southern Boys Junior Tournament mer.

to better their Job situation "., Davidson College. This Negroes Give Zest

Three said their licenses may Is the toughest USLTA tournament.

help them get better Jobs, as It Is used by Puerto Rl- .To '*,.

drivers, with C-fIItr present \ / vans and other countries a* a, Olympics Work

employer; two will continpf \ pruning ground, where large TIlt chances of Americans la

In high school,working full time ,: ,. groups of player are brought tbe Olympics picked op mo-'
LESTER HECK this summer and part time during :"\.,/ to select- their most potential jmentum this week. B point

the school year; three are .. players for continuing on theSoatbIr.
Wrestling Champion on May 4. .. to what might happeD fD It ko
unemployed and Will seek roll- .
"" circuit. Others are
The neat wu held at the Boy'sCkub City la October.
Lawrence F. Lee Memorial time work; three will try to ,1 / sent back home. Tommle Smith's Youth Village,

Branch 111 East 10th St. replace their present part-time I The A.T.A. Juniors will con team of Santa Clara did well.

The twlt"-Jtar-oldnesUer Jobs with full-time driving 1 .." / tinue June 17 to 21 to the Junior Smith also avenged a defeat suffered

competed U the 105-pound division. work; one, who hopes eventually ,....c-- / '" USLTA Tournament In Winston last week at the hands.
to become officer.wiQ / :
a
Lester trOll two of his four police Salem, N.C. and will return to. of the Houston Striders. Smith
add a part-time to his : ..
Job
..
Lynchburg June 22 for concentrated
matches. Directors of the tournament won the 200-meter dash In 20.4
were Don Curtis, professional present work u a machine operator f ; -' training. PIaeruU. seconds and was named"Ath
wrestler and and one will nowbe able / 'mlnated: In any tournament are lets of the meet.'*.

promoter, and John Carrawajr to drive to his fun-time Job faa I fir- I r t1 't returned to Lynchburg for Randy Mason remain master

head of the Carraway Athletic suburban town. f" :. practice. of the shot put He threw It
Club of JacksomrlUe. Aetna is sponsoring a series :, '. "" 1" Dr. Jams E. Smith Orlando, feet. Ronnie Ray Smith came la

Other members of the team of five "Hi-Gear" courses to .,(' ;. .. (formerly associated In the' third la the 100-meter dash.Beamon .
are William G. King Andrew help up to 100 dlsadvantaged fa Medical Practice with "Whirl- was spectacular: with
Hartford residents qualify for : "- wind" and friends will host 26-72 long Lee wu 4S.|
Tamer. fame*Brooks and Dexter I:. ,.:":. ), Jump.
drivers licenses and Improve .. _la_the 440-yeard duh _
Tamer. TIlt team
was :
their employment opportunities. '
coached by John M. RoUnsoa, Tbe second session U on* : .litt ..F:; ,0 :. 65 CHEVROLETIMPALASUP.SP.$1995
credent at Edward Waters Col
der, way and will end June 11. .,
\ tJ W> "fOP. AUTOMATIC TtANl. UM. A'I COMO.
lap Lester Is u eighth trade
student at Northwestern Junior 67 PONT. CATALINA, 7,000 MI. $2795

High School H. resides Gates Brown 5-0A, NTOT, V WAM.ANTV. VI 00*.

with his mother 2241-West 44Ui 65 BUICK l 22S"cTR .$2

Street likes PlayingAt lOADIO WITH eQUI/MeNr.1.001(1 NIW All COMO

Medals were supplied by Quaker .. 66 OLDSMOBILE .$2795
Oats National .
from the Office.
Every Game tUXUtV If 0AM. VINYL .00*. AND IT*1 10. LOAD:D.
There are four divisions.
The midget division U for those 64 FORD 500 COUPE ,$1095v.
Best Major League Pinch
U and nder, with weights la .. IAN5At
Hitter Gates Brown wants and
tea-pound graduations, between likes to play baseball every R: 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA '.$2595

classes.55 and 100 II the pounds Junior,division U 11 day. But, be says, he'll also .. -.:,'t-, Y! t:1nr.>< ./ M/ti: : nil'l\-oi'r\ 2 I'it9v lAOtO a

enjoy the matter of three swings 65 PLYMOUTH FURY III\ :$1595
11 to It, weight classes must when the Tigers get behind. .
be H tel-pomd graduations XA io&oToVi'oUTO"Tie'! P0wt "'...'.... rAcroer
their pursuit of the American (

tweet 69. to In US the pounds Intermediate U Uclasses. League maims 'CONGRATUUmoie-JamM Battles 17, standing right receives Lite ft Casualty* "Hi-Gear" drjver education program claw 66 PONTIAC CATAUNA ,. $2195
of the tact congratulations and new driver's license from Com- < proud moment at North End Salvation Army Corps building.,
,
tttOOe. 'M.
IAADIB WITH teUI'WINV )* COMWTIOH
division, 11-18, weight classes that Manager ...,Smith would missioner of Motor Vehicles John J. Tynan after passing drive lla rear U Motor Vehicle Jnspector.DavidJn *>*w.. f I 67 MUSTANG V8 *
r.2295
are of ten-pound graduation '. ,
rather are AlIC&11M, Mickey log test_Other drivers.'an_ of whom participated In Aetna|
Ivies 79 and 199 pounds and Stanley, Northrup and Willie IiAUIU wills J'",COMOITIOMID. AUTOMATIC TRAM FOWl I ft MIX. *,
la II classes. II the senior

division,. 11-11 weight ls tilt Barton Up to now Brown has slammed John Odom Hits Cushy Clay won his Olympic 66 CHEVROLET IMPALA V8 ,$1995

same U for the FlU Junior .a homer, a triple two doubles, gold medal U a tight-heavy :&Jlffl.'h IRr1An4 .All Coeoaioeea Caress

Championships, 105 1/2, tour singles and has walked One Out And Away weight, his national AAU and ,68 RAMBLER 770 ALMOST NEW$2795
114 1/Z u132.143,154,196, Golden Gloves uabeavywelgtit.RADIATOR ,
twice He has 10 hits In 19
BALTIMORE- John Odom;
171. Ill 1/2 and Heavy Weight. for of "929 X.1Y. Ale t01/D1110s eneesm
trips, u average
Oakland Athletic, helped tit* ms LDS$19S'OVEn
A fun program" planned over aD." 62 GRAND PRIX 5?
Oaklanders sweep a twinlght fir alai wotbrr
for next year. Julius Guinrard
Brown feels that he 1s lucky last week a doubleheader 6-1 100 CARS TO CHOOSE
iI director of the Eartha White PROM
UP?
Caner.Jacksonville. this year. WhenHortoasuBered and 6-0 against the Orioles STRIPERS ARE RUNNING! ACTING WE TAKE DEALS WHERE OTHERS REFUSE
u Injury In Ion Brown went Dave John split his bat when THE We're 1"1.4 & .'....4 CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOT}

back to left field at the start he sliced a 201, fast sinking TIM striper ere. running! 'Th salted voice on the otbei /e.ey type el ..,.1" ItMIM""I
Nets of the season and hit home run, baa. Into the right field stopping end of the phone belonged to Al Ristort. one of the Essf most I.-..
U each of the first two games OdoaVs bid for a no-hit devoted striped but angler Around Pleaunt Bay, Cape Cod., RADl1TORS and R EVANS

To Saturday, .against the Angels tame. it bM become something of a tradition that Al captures one ol C TANKS
Syracuse Browa looks; reward to a good The righthander walked the largest striped every setson Lout year he outdid himself
young the third largest striped bat ever
,IU. eight and was helped by four hauling In a pounder Nn I dud Iadlstentlrk '
The Jacksonville Yeti Baseball landed in the area. 1 I. 3rd & MAINEL
Club has designated Sat. Baseball Sometimes excellent defensive plays. Now Al WM Inviting me to loin him In this years lint outing Far tied 11..1.1.

Jane 19 U. Three walks were la the opening Tbe striped bus U unquMtionabljr the most popular gtmeAsh
tight
rday inning. Baltimore scored among atliwaUr angler on the East coot. It may be found MAIN STREET OPEN TILL 9:JO P.M. EL U312
Syracuse night when the Boys'Baseball Takes Up More Time anywhere from the OuU Coast to being snsdromou.
on a sacrifice by Brooks Ro- waters.pr
team plays Ia flourishes In fresh and brackish bays, deltas RADIATOR
Syracuse N t w York. Little The longest baseball game bIaaoL and riven On the West coast striper nave a substantial following terser....1.1 U" Its,
Leaguers and boys la baseball Innings and time,was The A's benefited from three particularly In the San Francisco Bay area. In several U.f"
yaeer
onlforms and caps will be pea the yW between Brooklyn and walks and scored four runs. Southeast: ..., it estate a* a landlocked form and offer Interesting .

and Boston on May 1, 1920. There Lies Tom Phoebus,,I-I.walk, freshwater fishing\ opportw Uel. t
J UeU stickers !
Bumper along the rocky coast
early June morning Any I will have
the It was a ccr1Ip building design
Meta deca1a. were Z'IanJDp. score was ed Odom Jo force la the first of Cap Cod. A brisk ocean breese blew in with the rising tide, Walsh
Holders of the Orange cards 11. In terms of time the longest run. Bert Cimpaner Is singled bringing with It a chilly reminder of the long winter put. beauty and function but always
will nave five lucky winners game was a tl-lnnlng far two mare Rick Monday Al and I each have our favorite tackle combinations so I was
chosen for the World Series battle between San Francisco following John Do ldsos's a little surprised to see that we bad similar aurfcasUng rigs; this Clown with the human touch. .
and the New York Meta on May the powerful Ultchell 403 spinning reel with fast retrieve, and
first-Inning triple and double
Trips for two. Cards must have Conolon JSM rod a 10-foot medium action beauty. W* were that's a must
31 1994. That took smr hours'and
when Donaldson In the 19-35-53
U different dates stamped on singled using monoOlament and two and one-
"" This will 21 minutes.The Glintivcc!' third off loser Brae Howard pOUfldam: luras.Egons are designed for long easy
them for tUc1* *. eight
t.t.The I is London
.. gin buy Dry.
be the first of three drawings 0-2 casting and are shiny provocative 11 21 20'l

for orange card holders. Julius Guinyard Announces fighter attraction for saltwater 6 Gordon's: Its always brisk

Pops Hitting Contest will be Its difficult to figure the I and smoothTo
Sunday June It, In Syracuse. stripers feeding pattern during w dry me.

Each father, accompanied by Eartha While' AgendaCenter their migration They are ) \ Gordon's is a must."
his sons sad daughters, will be most antic and seem preoccupied
admitted for a fifty-cents service The E&rtb White Community began Its Second Summer, with their travels. .1 W1 w-wlee.AIA.AnA..rr/M..aw."- 'hewn
charge. Fathers aidcblld- Activities Program TIII_,. Athletics, the best In sports the About surf did an t hour npi
rem should register for the eon- might be said to be the .lotto. Julius Guinyard geeral take the kinks out of our casting .

test, which will be held from technique The tide wai 60 37 42
6.49 to 7:19. Merchants will This Center was opened nut August by Miss Earths ...... In. the sea reasonably calm _

present gifts. Whit and. by Mayor Hans Easier, u_weU u by other city and bait-Bin seemed abundant. -- 11-41-3
But no stripped bass.
officials.GeJayard. Squinting Into the morning Sometimes He's Up,Sometime* A
said the Center Is won second place la the Florida sun I noticed a flock of graceful He's Down. He Adds,Subtracts.

Hank Aaron Is serving the community and Is AJL.U. Basing Cbampmshipe, busy tern sweeping\ the water perhaps be a accurate half mil guide from He works; y aJ1 Wound.
to
senior division and first place abort.on- handsome birds have proved '
Increasingly deY.1op1Dcltapro- to where the fish are and I have seldom: been disappointed 23
In the Novice division 47 98 -
of
grams for the young people following their lead.W .
Close To Hall the area. However programs The high point of the boxing took to our 17-foot aluminum boat which I* usually found COMING ATTRACTIONS
have been developed r olderperaaaa. programs was the performanceof on top of Al'* car. He consider it a* essential to hi* travel asa

There Is Karat*.Then, Glen Ktockley. He won the span tire.As 9145105'MAN'S
01 Nicks isparamount. 147 pounds senior title and represented w* approached the area being worked by the terns w*
Fane there 11 I wrestling. Boxing: could see the water boiling with active striper of four to 10. r
Chess games are Jacksonville In the pound And every so often a lunker of 20 pounds would roU
ATLANTA(( N PI)-Scrambling encouraged. Anything In the way National AXU. in Mama, over on the surface just daring us to come and get him. DAYS'NUMBERED

Henry "Hank" Aaron, of good athletics Is sponsored Ohio lilt April. Her* where Al and I parted company on tackle I was ready
premier right fielder of the At* oy the Center. Other boxers winning state with a Mitchell 410 spinning\ reel loaded with 10-pound test .
: and Conolon 2506 light action rod. I stayed with the
Bonny
ualIb.Nationaila-
lanta Bra I honor
Approximately 9,000 persons are: Jimmy Slater
employing the one ounce version. Al went with the-
Egon.
gue, la almost on the threshold -SM the center each month. Irvta Cohen...Morris Reeve*. popular Ambassadeur BOOOC baitcastlng reel. Conolon\ 2529 rod.* '"Man's Days an Numbered.
of two Hall Fame awar -!* Many atIIIr..lDttrtlted in better -, In another AjL.0.activity Lester impound Bonnyl. and a white lead.heed Jig. Health and Fortune Can Be

all-time runs batted la and runs health, max* periodic visits. Heck won third place la the' We knew we had to nib fast At most w* had a half-hour before Yours When You Know Your,
cored.As Florida State Junto/ Olympic the flab would Stripers often choosy about the lure they wkJ.Da1.. -

of Jaae 8, Aaron" 1,970 The Center 1* open Mopdav Wrestling c Tf" "'P'.whtp- In .In fish strike sitar sound.- everything no linkers w*but threw plenty at them.of five W*and reeled six

runs batted In for his 14 years will. through Saturday from 9.30 a. 'May. He Is twelve and a ..- pounder Then suddenly, they gone. The bubbling Atlantic Lucky Color.: etc.
with the Braves. Nine more dent at Northwestern Junior boat. The tern
m. to ';30 p. was now till, lapping pescefulyveil against our Send $2.00 for '
give him a tie with Rogers During the year students from High School The Center basketball .resumed their watchful perch along the shore. your
Guide for
orubaJ, who was elected to Edward Waters College and team won second place Horoscope

the Han of Fame In W2. u. from the G.J.I.O. Center as-: in the Johnson Branch T....C.A. FAMU 'JUNE.. .
a result) of 1.979 for 8 blct.- alated. bisrethiU tournament la Janu Coaches Attend Clinic At .

gue seasons.b Activities, in detail consist ary.Guinyard. Flu in the blank Below and d
FAMIT discussion based on tilt Tiger's
the runs scoreddepartmentj of :table tennis,checkers,yoga, said, he 1* looting 24th aama1 football a mall to ZODIAC Post Office w t
Aaron on the same date,notched cards, weight lifting physical forward to another successful coaching a clink,with Battler walking offense. Box 1171 Jacksonville Fla.
;
Max Carey, Coach Jake Calmer in charge, Other listed for partlcipa- rsduti
1.M9. compared to fitness oratebedaborsuhos year of champions and of community Go'e's Ge c' ed.
INI Hall of Famer.whoscored; baling: wrestling. service. The Center I* got off to a good start MoDda,. 'Uon were Hank Stram, bead NAME .. : eeauwrpownMwred fyne"AORMrM.b

1.; 9 runs toe / handcrafi, social operated by the JacksonvilleRecreation More than too were expected. coach of the Pro Kansa City STREET aid m..oralP101111
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Brooklyn, during PUtsbsrrgya .dso ...,_ l 1 14l Department Louisiana State Coach Charlie Coral Gables, and Joe Tomp- DATE OF BIRTH: -* If 4.l.L urn urnw amts eetull cu caw n u mat mm a n.ta.Ii mt tL
period from 1910-IJ.: mef f. Last year the boxing team McClendoa was scheduled for kill of Tompkins Hlgh.Atkeata.




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t, PAGE 14 ,STAR PAPERS SMURDAY, TUNE 15. 1968


ISABELLA OF PARIS ROMMS FOR RENTTwo Dual Day Will Second Baptist Second Baptist Ushers Celebrate

That's Mel lave the Amu- Ige. rms in private split- Be Celebrated Will Feature t : :
Ing superior tonic tablets, pep level hone for two working
for all the things you want to ladles. Rome privileges. Prt.ent. Al ColossiansDual Father
do. Box d 30, 100. Satisfied Call S54-Z139 after 6 p.m. Sunday
heldatCoIOlIIaDs
Day will be -
Uon guaranteed or Money Back.
Baptist Church, 1154 W. Father's Day will be observed
For Men and Women. ,
LOST DOG 31st Street, Sunday, June 23. at Second Baptist Sunday Ser'
P.O. Box 230, Dept:S., Mrs. Patsy Johnson will speak vices will begin with the Sunday --
Gary, Indiana I White Pekingese Dog brown in the morning service. Rev. School at 930. Rev.Sams
mass. Lost Near Flag Street B. Walter will speak at the is pastor,,win review the lea
CIRCULATIONMan Apts. 356-1532 or FL. 8-2121. afternoon service. sea Devotions will be led by
Sunday School begins at .30.. the 4eacOllSi deaconesses, and
to work part-time. Ableto The morning worship begins at 0:45.: The moraine
work all day Friday.Driver's SOLID STATE STEREO 6 p.m. Choir No.l and Usher worship begins at 11a.m.wltti i ,
License. Good references. Board No.1 will serve. Rev. !IDr.Sams speaking.
REPORTER RADIO. COMBINATION, Mal R. J. Crawford, pastor, win The youth of the church will
Usptied.changer, dual speak speak at both services. The present a Father's Day program

Trainee. Must be good in ers, auto., turn off., almostnew. Traveling Stars Gospel Singers during the Baptist Training -
Pay balance of $63. or will render an after-service Union at 5:45. The evening
English. Apply: $a. per'month. Phone 353-1946, program in the auditorium of worship begins at 7 p.m.Weekly -,
ask for Credit Manager. Will the church for the benefit of activities Include the"Pray
FLORIDA STAR deliver without obligation. A-1 Dual Day. Prayer lenlc&bectns er of Faith Hour" Taesda,.. ,....
Music Center. 1606 Main St. every Tuesday at 7:30. The Sunday School officers and
13TH ft MONCRIEF ,teachers hold their council at

'RAPID ROOM FOR RENT : 7 p.m., on Friday.

NO PHONE, CALLS PLEASE. Want a settled lady for rent.
$5.00 a Week. Call: 356-2076. Mt. Ararat Unit
TV SERVICE

HELP WANTED-MALE Honors Founding
[MOWi .311. Service Calls
Financing Available Earn While You Lean Major District No. 1 of the Mt Ararat
Phone:7241187SEWING Appliance Repair. Write Baptist Church will celebrateits
ALL BRICK HOMES EQuniATRix r-29-s anniversary Sunday,June 16,'
MACHINE$43 3224 Geary Blvd., S.F.Calif. in the church sanctuary, at s.

ON ZIG ZAG.Makes designs,sews 94111. p.m. Rev. Dallas J.Graham win,
on buttons, makes button holes, speak. Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas
URGE'LOTS etc. Pay balance $43. at SB. HOUSEHOLD FURN. Is chairman. Mrs. Everlena Second Baptist Church's Other Board No. 1 will share In the of service as president Dr. lames Carl Suns, pastor, will deliver -
per month.Ph 353-1946 any Dunn Is president Deacon Joint anniversary of the observance of the five boards of the : the sermon for the occasion. Outstanding talent of the city,
CARVER PINES time. Will show at your home,' SALE. Complete Bedroom, Charlie Bnssie IIlnder.Baptist church Monday June 24, at 8 p.m. The Board win observe will participate., '
no obligation A-i Sewing Machine living room, kicten, TV. Take sixty-third year. Mrs. May IC.Heard will be honored for tl years
pick. Must sell In
your hurry.
Main Street.
Co. 1606.
510,500 TO $$17,500 4809 lloacr1el R4., \pt.1. Wives New Mt. Olive Helping the Poor People

MEN AND WOMENOF
FOR ROOM Have MeetingThe

VA-FHA ALL, AGES Farm rm. Quiet, efficiency Baptist Ministers Wives Baptist Plans IIIWomen's
Tab IMPROVED NATURE home with cooking, Kt C water Alliance of Jacksonville and
TABLETS for that tired run shower. Respectable couple or Vicinity Will meet Monday,June
VULCAN, down feeling that keeps you from single person.,7642903. 1'71.111 the home of Rev.and Mrs. DayNew
Badger, 531 CUI Street.,at
lite.
enjoying
5.30 p.m. The last meeting was Mt Olive Baptist Church
100 Tablets
INC. S3.00 ZOO Tablets
; held in the home of Rev and will celebrate Women's Day oo
$5.00. COD's.EMPIRE I
$1.00
deposit oo
NOW Mrs. A. F. Cummings 755 June IS.
12' II
PRODUCTS SALES
768-3473 I'I Acorn. Mrs. C.I, Williams U Officers who will serve are: F
Dept. FS 5937 N.
BroadwajT
I president. Mrs. Laura Walk, General,
Dllnols
I Chicago 60626 WATERFRONT HOMES-[ -! Chairman; Mrs. O. C.Corblfl
Co-chalrmaa, Mrs. William
Ephesian Will Davis,, Chairman of Programs;
.iull.l4 i iLl Mrs. W.L. Qaaton, Pastor for
BRAND NEW Present MusicA the Day; Miss Wilma Cortta,
cwni'KGJHJOfl' Youth Chairman.
,
ill KICK HOMES musical program will be Mistresses of ceremonies will
given at the Epheslaa Baptist be Mrs. Anna Edmondson, 11
Itiiijl Church at I p.m. Sunday. a.m., Mrs. Lana O'Neal, 6.JO. .r
Appearing will be theSunbeam Mrs. Clotse Prldgea will speakat r
Singers, Voices of Jersualem, 11 ajn. Mrs. Claudia Williams -
.FHAVA.VULCAN McCall Stagers, Harris will speak at 6.M.Memorial -
Singers,Silvsralres, G e I d e a services will be conducted'
Jubilee Cllftone Singers, the by Mrs Neon Telfair.Rev.W.
urai Excelsior Singers and the Celestial L. Clinton ls pastor.
2 L 4 bedr..em plane with 1,115, Singers, u well u the
| *3 bth*w*goro9.. Bostonetta with Mrs.Alice Boston. Ushers Plan

I II B > M4em sch ok, church* and a COM- INC. Evangelist Mail U

ptete shopping center tl.*e by.III leader. Revival HourThe

.' I LINCOLN ESTATES I 711-3479; ROOM FOR RENT Ushers' Union plans a
at the Bethlehem
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 Perfer couple or ..1n&Iewoman. revival Baptist hour Church Sunday at 1:45.: ,.
3547510.
f Rev. WL. Williams 1s pastor.
Deacon Leroy Moreland will
lead the devotions. Mrs. J.
Lockett will present the mistress -
of ceremonies M r a.
1
Lucille Larry. PWWPLlbeeklspreddent. >>



e "In Gateway's New Air-conditioned Mall CHURCH HOLSEYCME. NOTES [; X14 ,Y;> N 1 i :



I Sunday School begins at I.M
I 5188 Norwood Ave. with Mrs. Bertha Griffin anh HOLLYWoao-Morc thaa fire tons of foodstuffs,clothing,dreg sundries and bedding were
I I teachers la charge. The morning collected at the SOth Century-Fox studios U a two day drive for the Poor People encamped U
worship begins at 11 a.m. Washington at Resurrection City, U was announced by Barbara Parkins, chairman of the cam
i The evening service begins at paign. The drive was under the auspices of a committee headed by Miss Parkins and assisted
I 730. The children will have a by stars Barbara Streisand and Bobby Morse. Miss Parkins Is engaged on the peraaalal
program at 6.M. Stewardess "Peyton Place" and Miss Streisand stars la Uo,1, Dolly I"

Board No. S will meet at 6p.m.
with Mrs Viola Thomas 1016 DirectorThe
Dr. Reddick Will HollywoodROLLYWOOO
East Beaver.Stewardess Board

SPECIAL .INTRODUCTORY OFFER! No.,1 will meet Sunday June Speak On My lifeDr. .--More thaa five Scouts Gateway of America Council will d have Girls an
M, at the home of Mrs Blrtha tons d foodstuffs, clothing
Jos eight-day camp at Camp Co-
Griffin at <4< p.m. The church A. jb Reddick,pastor drags sundries and bedding
1s located at Third and Frank- of Grant Memorial A.MJE. were collected at the tOta Cen- acoochee Boy Scouts Campsite,
I to acquaint with Gateway Centers Ua. Mrs. En Mae Gilbert IIMCl'tt&rJ Church will speak la the Sunday tury-Fox studios here, la a two off Blinding Boulevard(Highway -
you morning service on "WhatIs day drive for the Poor People S7), near Orange Park,
My Lifer and at .:45 oa 'encamped Washington at Resurrection front June t4 through July 3.Non'
ladies "'!be Great Reconciliation. Scouts may register.< Mrs.SUEEHE. .
,
most outstanding clothing store BETHLEHEM BAPTIST City,U was announced -
The Sunday Church Schoolbe- ,
Sunday: School begins at ISO by Barbara Parking
t: Roberts. with Deacoa Junlous Sneed and gins at I:>>, with A. V.Rose, chairman of the nmralga.todav. 1
Mr. Mrs. Sadie Fedd la charge. superintendent an his staff d 1 : .
The morning service begins amceralIIe1wce.Fatberauet.JP8clecI The drive for these vital items I +
at 11 a.m. The Friendly Westside to teach Sunday. of relief were collected under 'w
Ushers Revival Hour will MiddleAmerican the auspices of a committee
to at MS. Board No. will headed by the actress assistedby
GIFT CERTIFICATE serve. B.T.U. begins at 5 p.m. Barbara Streisand and actor
The evening service begins at Bobby Morse.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE U
I p.m. At 7.30 the B.8.'". Singers Donations were made at depot
will give a program Usher men and women from business, drops at the gates of the main
Board No. 3 will serve all day education, governemnt, 'communications studio u well as the television
S200 Off Rev. W. L. Williams, pastor, and sports are studio facility la another part
will be la charge d services represented on its board. The 'of the city.
Mrs Vivian Wilson reporter.The foundation can only benefit from, The trio d stars at tOth Cen
church Is located: at Sixth the experience, talent and tury-Fox acted as a subcommittee
and Madison.FIRST stature (hat these men and under the Bollywood

: with this c.up.n .n my purchase BORN TEMPLE women tt can will more bring effectively to it. so make that Support* Committee of the PoorMfde

( I .t Mr. R.b.rtf $19.OO .r M. a.0.Sunday ReY.School McQueen begins will at be 10 is I I .a seeded practical contribution I genuine, and to much the 'many( oabtudJncptql1e* March comprised of
Bebfonte PaulNewmaa
Barry ,
dw'1I.'Ib.'monJ.acworlh41becJu I
EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, JUNE 14th thro WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19th ONLYI at 11 a.m. people America.and countries of Central Marian Brando,RodSteigerandothers. BRUTON.
Queen
E. Brutes, shown above
!
Cash or Charge purchase only)
\ ( will serve u director. A full
HonoredFor three-level program will to
iUOAWtgINMAKETHE provided. Instruction will Involve -
L e Aid swimming crafts,, camp
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 skills, a tare study, conversation -

MOVE black citizens, whose cojtfl- safety; singing reading
TO FINER LIVING deuce yon won and white cm-: ud games.' Forms and b u s
SOLD gems whose deepest respect yon schedules may be obtained by.
ILL NICK! have always retained. Currently 'leaning 3U-65S, II f I. MarJorle -
he Is representing St. Pharr and Mrs. Dorothy
Augustine High School where Slegel and 764-4267,Mrs.Betty
N o Y 3IEMHM the enrollment Is entirely Negro EmaaueL Mrs. Bruton can be

"In Gateway's Air-conditioned Mall", V.rnonX441 lebon a in efforts to desegregateInterscholastic reached at 856-0341. '
activitiesin
DW
Ott SALES OFFICE at
,yet Louisiana. His efforts for
rl. DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP. Dayspring Unit.
Lombard Vs.Louisiana Involving
,, -
5188 Norwood Ave. ONE : 354-6746 Negroes, were successful. The Deaconess Board No.1 of
Be is a member d the board d Dayspring Baptist Church win?\
RAND PARK the nfotfnt Council on Human noonsor. aa opting to IbpoUace
Relations of the Louisiana Advisory on JWy.. Mrs.CteoAIfcnI i '

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