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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 15, 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:
UF00028362:00769

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 15, 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:
UF00028362:00769

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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decorate a cake using their student shown above, from left: Parker L. Meek halt degree was awarded the Laths King, will not be returned for continued federal support whea the old board decision on Monday the Supreme.
own Imaginative creativity la IIWI&tuI. Also .A.rth.D1a L. Joyner Tbmt, c. Betts, Tallahassee; Clea D. Prtlchett, Blf to the United Stales of of directors accepted the voluntary resignations of 17 of Its Court of the United States
: .1mbI&a.1I. Plttrlbllrl't Hoard 0. tAmerlca U quickly U mightbe members and ousted two others who handed down
Knight. Nashville Tenn. and refused to quitFrank another precedent
,
Ralp L. Flowers
Tallahassee. WUllaa l.wlq D Mkmt assumed. There 11 the law. hreakln
is not ..... ml lav and.. at.t.t.d.r .
of ertradltlon, t prime law la Hampton, a local Negro toaatr political figure who recently of Commerce was
>every ) named Inter tin In an
Ray who lost his bid for the Rouse of RefpresenhUives im treasurer. housing sales and
skipped Memphis
rentals Is "
Thousands Hear Lawyer Says la April after the fatal shoot- by a wide margin Reliance, Johnson Conaoll- possible where Illegal.bias Suite persists are
was one of the board member dated : ,
Flog, travelled through sereral city CouBcUmas Joe Car* avers the Court
New foreign coiatries and was who was throws out Hampton
EvidenceIs ;ought by the FBI whoa many whose presence CIa DIe'OUIwlc" The High Tribunal also emphasised
Mrs. King Urge 'old, was avoiding doing any committee during the formative. that the United States'Congesss
Convincing .real Marching. stages of the GJEO la WJproV has the power to
JI Earlier this week the United tests from local oiliness war{ strike down any traditions: of*
FORT MTERS -_ Jamei.' States ousted oa the segregation dating back to
.. government asked for
' \Bat- e4 Ev'WASBIlG Ucaardson,, migrant,t' fide '..,.. return to the State*. organisation he rapt1M slavery.
>: ,r { :t! 'pcImr-adwtsMdprlsct bar*''!"JIor...r; the metropolitan chief ,ClvUi. Uberttes Dept: of h*:' ., Justice Potter Stewart, author
I "
{ VN The; Solidarity \ after betas cavi bed oa May ttaglstrata of Laodae. Frank Elk Lodge) La mat qualified .. .f the major decision remind*: ,
Day March Grlf
thousands ail 1t1l.IDIUed'11IIII1 II, for the panthioa poisoning. Milton ordered Ray held with have a representative oa 1MCll'palled 1.tct1o5 1- .d the court 4M1 a Jaw, passed
race and
creeds
: together la Washington
or > board la 1168, set aged baa on racial
5'atepdaigltsr"rqbe
'oat baa until
the of
u supporters. of Rev. Ralph David Aberaathy lad bearing
Mrs. Coretta
King. brought back from the gross June 21. The other ousted member 1* discrimination U the sate of ,
darkness I* of his prison cell, htuaaUoullawreqlllrt. Dr. Lawrence Geeslla wfcoClr--. property, either rental
Tit D1CDRSOK aon"rr. important, too, is Mrs. King reminded America if information aw hi* Ik-h** proof of a deed. America must cult Judge William L. Durdea.also private, and eves la public t
the act that, before the day that the time Is short and that Beach tltoroey.idhn Robinson, prove that the nun Is Ray, found represented aa organisation housing tt has beam assumed
the cake designanddecorations. was over, a five and one half Government must leas.back Is sufficiently convincing.. the accused kfller. Ray Is now with no right to representation. by many that Congress baa
The panel of Judges was audeup, bulbs dollar bNwuepprond. ward la order to Implement the Monday Bee W1uo filed 44polnt listed U Ramon George Soeyd. been, by this decision, given
of men distinguished U diversified This amount has been listed uplift of the poor au, tilt man motion for a new trial. Then, proof must be given show The top figures who bowed out fee go sign toward eliminating
food fields, including a' for the relief of poor families In fee majority. Mrs KisgdraButically Robinson said that evidence to lag that he urn be brought to gracefully are Postmaster economic d1Ier1m1DaUoa. The
cookbook author, .,.*va-'' by the Bout B tHng Com. and Uapasslanatety." be produced will not only clear trial on two charge U cadIs 'James E.1Toitman, president lit. w. ..ICBtu, majority report Indicated that
tear,- a broadcaster and a mlttee. Low Income and underprivileged recalled Dr. King's "Have a. Richardson but will cast sus the extradition request & Is of the GJEO and W. Gordon ... GJEO President the greater power rests with

newspaper food columnist h.nilliawiligetheip Dream," and concluded with the pklos'm'another patios who that the accused man ;Bunch, Director of the antipoverty toed and David Entla lithe Human COQIJ"....
The Annual National College on their mortgage ")'IIIW, mass singing of "Free Attaat. either committed the crime or i night extradition to the last program. Relations Council were au Further, read Justice tnrt,
Queen Pageant Is planned to, Interest of more than one per ." knows who did commit It ditch. The revamping came after the thorised to sign check la the "At the very least the freedom
select aad honor America's, cent will be handled by the government More thus .,soo National The condemned I* laprison. Another charge, that of a Mis Region Office of the conducting of GJEO business: that Congress is empowered
most outstanding college girt Insurance companies Guardsmen and police were on The Jury recommended sourt bank robbery, has been Economic Opportunity a dviised All are new board members. to secure under the ISthAmend-
It Is neither a beauty pageant| will be urged to write insurance hand, with hardly anything to ao merely. By state law the lodged against Ray. 'the Jacksonville unit that unless meat includes the freedom
nor a genius contest The finalists for homes U riot-torn areas. do. The capitol was nervousaad presiding Judge had to follow At the brief questioning Ray certain' violations and discrepancies After the new board was seated! buy whatever a white man ems I
one from each SO states The bill should get to the floor ..,. The hot campers la the automatic death penalty was 'dressed In a gray-blue) ] la operation and hir MrDmiough: ,, consultant I bur the right to live wherever
are selected for their! withla 10 or more cia,.. Resurrection City cooled themselves ruling. checked sports coat and re* ing were corrected by June 7, from the Office of EeOpportunity ooamb; a white maa can live.
scholastic achievement More thaa 50,000 Poor People, la the Reflecting Pool. ft was Rot aoD'. contention mailed aU... Be was well 'Federal funds would be cut oft (OEO) in Washing According to Senator Mandate
campus leadership and community ; their sympathisers their All heard Dr. Abersetty vow during the trial, even afterruhIn protected. There were more The CEO Issued he( order fol ton, said be would recommend i ft Minnesota "discrimination .
service Qurtag the, porters, and, paLapstoir that the Poor will stay i change of venue from Arcadia, than 100 uniformed police and lowing a three-month Investigation full funding anew of GJEO for Is out." The decision: goes tar-
Pageant the girls participate, enemies massed together their IS-acr mud flat campground scene of the death of seven pUlaclothesmea. He was moved of what amounted to some another year and that temporary ", beyond the Civil Rights Act
la series of competitive events', Tuesday la Washington In the soil their delllUCil for children, that prospective! from the raised prisoner's dock. 'strange shenanlgalns Involving funds be provided until The matter of housing has
1 and are Judged on many aspect*, humid defiant aad sweatproducing -' food for Job and for better Jurors were dismissed because aid stood almost out of sight I wheeling aad dealing favori the money is approved. caused considerable checkIDCcouc:1eIIC.a.
of campus, "career and home, temperatures, a a d welfare, are met they opposed the death penalty la front of the dock's wrought tem in hiring giving out Jobs The board voted to apply for of : .
life. They discuss subjects, heard, one of the most fervent Senator McCarthy put la his i He said the Juror were act Iron It 1 II.Co Eight officers- to pay off political debts, conflict a-prevlously OEO approved loan President Johnson only 'b.ni.
U education current: events.art'literature. pleas of history from a woman, presence and was we.komed.Vie. ., Instructed to refresh from stood la front of him Be was of Interest. and you name. of Ill 500 plus 179.000 to re* April signed a bill binning discrimination
Bunion and' whose heart mod solid are de. President Humphrey did I talkiucwltboutaldersuntfliJler .rushed to the hearing from his It. pay tread Start funds shifted la about 10 percent
careers"Their IAttI1lreDce plus, tffcated to the removal of the not faro so welt He was booed., the first day of the trial. The maximum security prison cell Dr. .... ScbeU, former vice last Friday to meet the bimonth of housing contract
their poise, personality and I shackles of economic slavery Governor and Mrs. Rockefeller: attorney challenged the Impar* ninety mlattes before the president was elected temporary ly payroll. The money will be Justice: John M. Rule, one of
good grooming are an ealdered. amfrom all. white,black,Mexican of Mew Tort received strong tialtty of the Juror bearing began. Be was then president replacing Postmaster harrowed from local banks two dissenters, said that the195rutin.wlhhseueptloru
The highest accumulative Indian, 0 r otbtnr1ae-M r .. applause. Senator McCarthy has i Attorney Robinson pointed out taken back to prison in a fast James E. Workman., which were reluctant to lend : ,
score achieved la the t Martin Luther King. visited the encampment. before that the Jurors, aU white, even I prison van. who was among those resign money white Wit board wu turmoll. ..I_ Is rather academic. Justice
events determine the 19(1 i The Poor'hopJeaeutrarJ Campaign Governor Rockefeller has gtvea t requested the traasarral dThe Byron R. White, the other dissenter
National College Queen. to earlier opinions' strong support to the pIu. i their luggage from their motel ing.Consolidated! City Council Earl said that he doubts the
Valerie has U Impressive has gained Immense Impetus. National A fffH'i for the Advancement to the office. of the sheriff M. Johnson was named temporary NAACP National Tightness" of the new
background. She earned Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, of Colored People across the street Be felt that Virginia Gets vice president; Dr. Patci- directive.
Journalism Departmental i successor to Dr. King, has Roy Wllttns Executive Secretary it was apparent that they bat cia CoYdr",Dm.1 County health Confab Goes Historically, the decision goes
Scholarship, awarded for showIng revised and revamped plans, encouraged the marchers i, they could quickly end the cut: officer, was elected temporary To back to repercussions in
professional promise and f has encouraged and Influenced to leave ao stone untuned la -The Jury deliberated ems hour Nine NegroesIn secretary and Ed Ballanca! of Atlantic CityNEW Paddock Woods, outside St
excellence in college Journalism the discouraged aDd In pre' their program for social and I and 15 minutes returainc. \'OREAtteadiac.. of Louis, Mo. A racially mixed
; was named to the Deaa'.' ceadent-breaklng .moves, has ecoIIOIDJc WUL the verdict of guilty. HEADS CLINIC some Z.OOO delegates to the 59th' couple was preventedfrombuyIng -
8 Councils
List: served on the Radio-TV wucere IDI are anamignnr Further, said the attorney the annual convention Nation. purely because of color.
news staff, as co-editor for in Wa IqtGD. Unlike Corers Urban league Offers Jurors received commumfaloss. RICHMOND al Association: for the Advancement Joseph Lee'JanM and his Yhlt8"trUe.
Nine Negroes
"Spectrum News"; does a f ve- March, no blood has been shed, Be said that Judge John Va. of Colored People In At Barbara Jo. were the
minute daily news program oa money has bees allocated tor ;Justice made a mistake whenhe were elected to the city. antic City, June "-It, is Indicated plaintiffs. They were supported
the f amp**?.radio stitlc tad the poor, and men seem tube Jobs For GraduatesProject did sot grant a mistrial councils of eight elections& municipalities by advance registrations by the Justice Department The
Is a free-lance feature writer understanding each deer when Sheriff Frank CI1Dt of la bald received la the NAACPNational High Court was asked to give
for her college newspaper. Mrs. Coretta King, however, ASSBT/ACTOSof{ : the Desoto County came Into the June 11. Two were elected la1 e t Office bets a decision.
The &% tau played local Ur baa League is now seeking Portsmouth where Dr. James The Reconstruction EraStatute
,000 students at San a strong vital, and courtroom wearing thick ye&ow The six-day COIIY.IIIb'w11I
Jose State elected her U their yet, aa unassuming role, la the male and females between glove sad carrying Jars of W. Hailer led the field. Raymond focus: on the building of of 1(66. thus, received
J96I Homecoming Queen. A* furtherance of the demands of the ages of II and 43 who art ftrftMfn. Robinson riHnftil 'to Turner, the other. and political power within economic new Interpretation It says:
part of the Cornerstone Pro- the thousands there thousands high school graduate snHng the prejudicial implications of successful Hegroeendlabreicastles the nation' ghettos. "AH cltUen of the United
Various
Jeet she who represent millions to improve their economic nth fourth. Sates shan have the same right
lived Ja the more, srUoB fltjnf"n objected aspects of this theme will be ,
Bedford/Stuyvesant"tt 0 la Negroes la the deep South, la Loc to what he caned hearsay testimony Harris a banker, ran presented la plenary sessions, la every state and territory,
Brooklyn and was Congressional areas which rival the publicised citiaens representing of a'persoa now dead. He thlrcj among 14 candidates to aDd further explored ina series U Is enjoyed by white citiuns j
five ,
ghettoes of business, industry, and civil Council seats la Danville. thereof to Inherit
Inter In Washington. She large C1t1u/ Mexicans also objected tome terminology of concurrent diet a1oaIfCJllll& purchase,
holds membership Theta Sigma deprived of service have made commitments "premeditated murder rMo. William Dyson Hobson a&&niloner lease, sell, hold and cowey f'I '
Phi relegated to to work oa this project led the ticket defeatist real and personal "
(the national Journalism .reservations, date ha* been set for a Major addressee will be de-, property.
la aa effort to find employment Mayor I.E.BtooI for a seat oa ,
babies without The 1166 law also
society for food cover
women) and Delta poor whites hearing on the motion. heated by NAACP Executive
without for the unemployed partlcipaat* the MarttasvUl dry CoundL rental
Sigma Theta sorority. Her goal sustenance. Director Involving units accommodating
-TV Journalism. Dr. King- widow gave force and upgrading the prttftpfT Social 1 Security In Staanton Kenneth L. Jones,'. Stephen G.Roy Spottswood WUkins NAACP Bishop fewer than five
a funeral director ,
already employed. was elected;
The received and strength to the amllles. .
queen numerous program of Board chairman
awards and'prises Including a the Southern Christian Leadership Some local churches are going On CanalA fires* of five candidates si .EMRETTW.GEOOMES' note the who will key The old law can be enforced

trip*to Europe, a aew grand Conference, founded by Dr. to provide the use of theirtuiitiesubabydtttagce Opens Richmond, blocked by ulUACl' Rand Qroa a.. former Fred R. Barns toDY.DUaa..IJIdSellator Jr.D..Okla.X by suit with punitive damage

a complete wardrobe, but most King and directed by the late tarsfor aew Social Security office ouorecI coalition of Jacksonville coach, teacher a member of the National Advisory up to 11.000. However, there
important of all wilt be the rights fighter. Mr King urged' the sman children of Individuals will opeToa June U at Canal voters, Ylre.1eeted. 1.ac1IIdIIc'IInrJ acting assistant CommlsstoaroB 'Civil- Into surety that those who
honor all of America' ,taking pan la this Marsh m, lUACP at- Jacksonville: Beatrice discriminate can be made to
and thrill of btJacled si women to Join and 'Thirteenth Streets and la .Disorders. Other
,
speakers
the 1 M National College la the battle. She asked them to pro aka according to R. B. Donaldson torney. The other successful Ala. ha beea named director on ghetto ,expert pay. BUD can bring suite to
problems
la effort to Inform the candidate oa the five-person ,
of the break
Queen. support her hi demanding that Social Security District Mesa Mandel Clinic of Chicago include Dr. Vivian up apparent patterns.
public about the slate are white-Howard Car. Henderson
purpose Justice
President Johasoa Thargood Marshall
DL.'a
'stop the tithe Michael Reese president
project community announcements pron. wile, t lawyer, and the Rev. Hospital'* ef Clark College +
bomblnf of Tietaaat so that outpatient was among the seven.
FIGHT a sow office wlflbeabranchof facility. Be Iooto.r.r Dr. Kenneth !
James dark
CANCER WITH A Carpenter a motor
settlement are being aired Presbyterian The
of the .war be at* new'duties Joneses sued, claiming
CHECK UP AND A CHECK'' can dairy on local radio station the district office at 400WestBay. clergyman. on May 1. and the Metropolitan
-_d. succeeds discrimination. TIlt case WUCOK'mlIED
and also oa television. Dr. Morris Weiss, Applied Research. Center, New
.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 22. 1868S "
PAGE 2 STAR PAPERS

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I Zeta Phi Betas Elect EDUCATIONAL('l ROUNDUP

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{ : 'flr: 'i-, h' l. PRESS INTERNATIONAL 1

.' '; Ii'S ; _i BY NEGRO
: l11 A fI\Ir.
", .rI1j ACftiG ATLANTA -1'(NPI) Dr. Thomas D. Jarrett, an alumnus of

Knoxville College and Fisk University was appointed acting
,:1 president rf Atlanta University He began serving June 1, 1968
Y Y r. capacity until June 30, 1969. He takes over
and will be 111 this
(: ;: \ Interim committee which has been administering the

3 1'; ;. Sari 01 the mdverslty since the death last November of Dr

Rufus E, Clement.DEVELOPMENT .


% NASHVILLE_(PROJECT NPI) -A devel ment drive which will cost at

least $50 million, baa been launched Menarry Medical College

to implement changes and. largest physical facilities at the92rearold
Institution. The campaign undertaken by a

,P y 1 Ntri 1 ? ,predominantly Negro college ,among the plans are the con-

stmctlon of buildings and equipment and the Inauguration of

programs to Increase faculty student scholarships endowed

chairs and research.


ONE MAN'S POLL
CHICAGO (NPI) Dr. Eugene F. Dolehlde a general
t'\ practitioner took a private poU of residents In the St. Walter's

: Catholic parish, to learn what people thought of the busing 0-

grammar school pupils. Basing his mailing on names taken fro
a women's club directory he said the results of 227 returj

out of 547 queries showed 93 per cent favored the neighbor!

school concept; 90 per cent did not believe Integrall"
necessary for education; 93 per cent did not believe bnsl1

:. a moral and relglous Issue; and 72 per cent believed b--

; really a soclallstc sociological experiment

rti:' 1i ,-. .: .. -
; j'\ .. e It,.. -. :. ANTIQUOTANEW
.. ".... '. YORK (NPI) Opposition to the trend toward ethnic
____, ...-.w._1,1 --- --- -- ---- -- -- -- ---
quotas in education and Jobs was voiced recently by Daniel

Beta! Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., held tts Katie Graves Mrs. Anita c.riIer. Mrs. Evelyn Wens, Mrs Dr. A, Robinson, Mrs Georgia Sloan Mrs. Ester Barton, and Patrick Moynlhan, former special assistant and then Assistant
I Instillation of officers recently at toe Jackson, lle-.Sheratcn Geneva Wheeler j Dr. Andrew Robinson, Mrs. Alpha Moore Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins. Not shown is Miss Lillian King. Secretary of Labor in toe Kennedy administration, during a
Hotel Mrs. Alpha H. Moore outgoing Baslleus, presided. In the Dorothy Lucas end Miss Fannie Blue. Other guest are seated., Bob Smith Photon Commencement address at the New School of Social Research

picture at toe top are shown the new officers from left: Mrs. In the other picture left to right, are guests, Miss Jessie Muse, He saw in toe trend that "if we begin to become formal about
quotas for this or that group we will very quickly come to realize

Attend The Church Of FAMU Conference Will Be that these are instantly translated into quotas against."


Your Choice CALENDAR EVENTSPALLBEARERS of Northwesterners SEPARATION
Guest Racial of
GARY (NPI) separation schools through the

PHILADELPHIA. Pa. Florida AiM University alumnilD the division of tax monies, school facilities was proposed recentlyby
1"'I. *mrMMmWMMM'Mjr; northeast will hold Us fourth annual regional conference here Mrs Bernice Terry coordinator, Concerned Citizens for

Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge No. 229 will meet Tuesday at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel June n-u., 9&e. Quality Education (CCQE): Under this plan, Negroes she said,
ENJOY 5
A SEA COOK OUT
.t00nGREEN'S \ night at 7:JO p.m.. In Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in the education The Philadelphia Chapter of ally in a period of Transition" could name their own school board, superintendent, and ad-

building with toe President, Miss Margaret Dennis, In charge. the FAMU General Alumni Association The themes for previous meet, mlnistrators, "We want our money to use for our children to

| PANTRY PRESIDENTS' COUNCILThe will be the host lags have been"FAMU Today" raise the level of their education-not tomorrow-tut DOW"

I Presidents' Council of the Grand Union Pallbearers will chapter for the meeting.Alumni Dr. George W. Gore, Jr.,president KINDERGARTEN COUNTS
1 delegates will come from all of FAMU is scheduled
meet Tuesday night In the home of Mrs. Jewel TunsUl,1525Tyler
northeast. Previous CHARLOTTE N.C. (NPI) Conclusions drawn by Louis
over the to "A Realistic Lookat
speak on
with V.W. Edwards The last
presiding. In
meeting was
I SEAFOOD RESTAURANT I alumni meetings have beenheld the Administration and Diamant, chairman, psychology department. University of North
the home of Mrs. Annie M. Smith Jacksonville Beach. The
this year in Miami Tamp*, Faculty of FAMU." He 1s also Carolina, Charlotte campus from an experiment conducted
I election of officers was held with Deputy Essie II. Campbell Jacksonville Tallahassee, scheduled to.meet during a locally apparently indicate that racial prejudice begins at the.

PROMPT rYTsmtYYI 'SERVING In charge. All officers were reelected. Pensacola, Florida and Atlanta, luncheon with the congressional kindergarten level According to a survey 60 children,attending

8 PHONE I L .I.HOURS 5 Georgia A meeting has also delegation from Florida private kindergartens la lower middle and upper middle income
SEWING CIRCLEThe
DEACONESS been scheduled for Chicago, areas, a white child may develop relatively free of racial prejudice
Dr. B.L. dean
7 A.M. Circle will meet Thursday June 27, at 3 p.m, In the home Perry Jr.,
if be is la school
I PICK-UP, Li.41: 1 of Mrs. Annie Perkins, 703 Court C. m. of administration: at FAMU,will an integrated system at toe kindergarten
level.
The theme for toe regional
8 P.M. talk on'"Curriculum and Academic
1 SERVICE I meeting here is "A Realistic Standing of FAMU" Dr.
DELIA CAMPBELLThe
Look at Florida AiM Unlver- CORPS MEMBER
I Delia Campbell Chapter W will meet June 17 at 6 p.m., Harry Bailey, assistant professor -
of political science at AUSTIN Texas (NPI) Mahlon T. Puryear deputy
144 N. Untie Are PH. 355.0285 at the Temple 410 Broad Street, Thursday Black Journal Temple University will also executive director. National Urban League, has been named by

iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGiant address the groin. Samuel President Johnson to membership on the 14-man advisory
CHRISTMAS SAVING
Rates High In committee on the Teachers Corps. The group will help secure
Thompson, president of toe New
The Community Christmas Savings Club will hold toe Booth
toe best teachers available
to serve poor children In city and
York Chapter will discuss
meeting Wednesday, June 26, it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bills rural slum area schools
Davis, 2008 West 15th St., at t p.m. The annual tea.yW be held TV Nationals "FAMU. Yesterday Today,and

Two Color Picture U the home of.Mrs. Rody Ricks, 1952 West llth Street, sl j: etevlslca..stat m : across Tomorrow." Delegates attendIng the will also viewa
June SOt Lang from 4 to 6 P.m. Mrs. Loclnda Cerlf1I1'Sec.-' r'l I I 'the country are developing and color slid meeting show which points !- MEW YORK -.(1JPOtil) Dr. Stephen"/:Wrtgh*; president,
Mrs. E. Is
president. financing programs with such united 'Hejro College Fund can make It the
Poster Of The late out tot progess that U being stick notorious
Big Business titles as "Our People," "For made by the alumni and in slogan "Burn, baby Burn" would be changed to -Learn baby,
Zeta Phi Beta Blacks and "Black Learn. In his view there
Only expansion on toe campus. can be no equality between whites
SENATOR Gets Warning on Journal." Coach Jake Caliber will speak and Negroes without quality education

Sorority Has n seems toe acceptance of about the televising of toe
ROBERT FRANCIS KENNEDY" Market, BiasCHICAGONPQM black performers like Bill Orange Blossom Classic and s VEEP AT MARQUETTE

1968 ElectionBeta Cosby ("I Spy"), Gregg Morris famous FAMU Marching Band. MILWAUKEE -(NPQ)-Marquette University a new rice
INSCRIBED ) an- ("Mission Impossible,"), A special: concert featuring president for academic affairs. Gordon L. Berry 85-year-old
facturers have been warned' that Alpha Zeta Chapter of Sammy Davis, Jr., with his toe "Young Artists" of FAMU staff member of Milwaukee Technical College. however, toe

HONORARY SOYl BROTHERA they had better re-multlmll-ectabltsh Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., singing and dancing,and others win be held Friday eveningat school pointed out that Berry Is not the administrator for Negro
with the
themselves beard Dr Andrew A. Robin101Io has convinced whites It's "safe 800. This group Is composed en-airships or recruitment, but will be responsible for gonenl
lion-dollar Negro market If they principal of William ... enough DOW," to make some attempt .of FAMU students who administrative and liaison work. He will, however
want to keep black people'sbusiness. Raines High h School when toe to approach toe black man appeared on the Ted Mack special committee on scholarships and courses In black
FRIEND OF All WHO GAVE sorority held Its Installation and his Image as a subject Amateur Show this year minority cultures.
The warning wu issued by
worthy ol consideration.
services at the Jacksonville-
HIS All THAT THIS MIGHT W, Leonard Evans, publisher Sheraton Hotel. There 1s another school of Mrs. Range and Others *
of the magatlne supplement
Dr. Robinson spoke from a though however which says FAMU Graduates
Tuesday, who said Negroes in whites so fear blacks and what
BE A MUCH BETTER WORLD. theme which led to tot Importance
S increasing numbers, are of Today Mrs. Alveta black power has come to mean Are Cited For ProgramsTALLAHASSEE
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PR1CL ONLY 1 deserting name brands for Allen Introduced the educator. to blacks that they want to know

LIMITED SUPPLY ORDER TODAY cheaper Evans private-lab manufacturers brands.to The following officers wert more about them.cttJelacr. "Today we are really making history," 479 With Many

LEE PHOTOS. DEPT. 382, 5708 S. STATE ST urged medium elected Mrs Geneva Wheeler Many .the country Dr. George W, Gore, Jr., president of Florida AiM University
make advertising
use BasUues. Mrs Evelyn B.Wells, have for some years had some told one of the largest graduating classes in the history of
CHICAGO .ILLINOIS 60621 where the Negro is unaware of First Anti-baslleus; Mr*.Anita blacks with their own video Florida AJ..M. during commencement exercises recently. From Duval
being a Negro only award of shows Nancy Wilson had one in
Garner, Second Anti-baslleus
; For the first time at FAMU
being a consumer Miss Fannie Blue, Tamlas- Ohio before making U big Nat doctor's Stewart in tot physical education T TALLAHASSEE F 1 a.-\p-
a degree was con
Gemmateus; Mrs. Kate Graves, Cole and Sammy Davis Jr., department. proxlmatery 479 students were
ferred award of
aa a $1,000
Tamlas; Mrs. Lillian King bad brief network shows. Nat'swidow Five outstanding Floridians candidates for graduation at
check to "tot
was presented
Grammateus; Mrs.Esther Barton Maria Cole, does a talk rut presented meritorious Florida AIM University on
teacher of the and
show in Los Angeles. Chicago year, one achievement awards.newer '
Assistant Grammateus Sunday June 9th. The candidates -
;
of tot received botha
Mrs George p, Sloan, Eplsn Disc Jockey-Actor Sid McCoyhad graduates Athalle Range businesswoman include students who
SAM & DAVE REVUE doctor's and master's degree
toleus; Miss Jessie Meuse; a Jaxs programfettwoaeasons in the same commencement and member of the city commission completed requirements for
and there were others. in Miami Flay Britt
Assistant Eplstoleus and Mrs. exercises. graduation in December and
The simple fact is that until for outstanding work In the field
Dorothy Lucas Phylacter. March. Fifty-five of the 479
The Doctor of Juris degree
Featuring 10 Mrs. Alpha H. Moore, outgoing 1968, none of these shows dealt conferred of home economics. ; Dr. Theodore students are candidates for toe
Baslleus presided at the with black people, black tul-, was upon seven graduates Banter, a graduate of master's degree
of the School of Law
one
FAMU
tune black iffottrHg impptfx and now a project
iDstaUatlOl1, Graduates from Duval County:
AttractionsThe of the Flowers
graduates Ralph
t black concern or black think- chemist with the American Oil
Dr. Robinson is a member of also received his master's Joyce E. Bennett Baldwin;
4 the Nu Beta Smgam Chapter of inf. degree in education.Dr. Company in Whiting Ind.; a Theodls Brown, Thelma Isreal,
*
Manhattans Phi Beta Sigma! Inc., brother "Our People," on Chicago1 Elsie posthumous award to Dr. Ralph James W. Linear, Arthur May
Wallace professor
Educational Network Channel Wlmbish, a graduate of FAMU
toe Zetas.
organisation to Freddie Mitchell B
of received a check Carolyn
The Mirettes \ .i Guest were presented by Soror 11 (WTTW). is a 28-week program for education 31,000 for being elected who was an outstanding medical Pettier, Ver ma S.Johnson,CleoReddlck
,Glorya Brooks. A special produced by the Illinois doctor and fighter for civil
S Roberts
f teacher of the The three Bobby J.
*The Stardetles 1 tribute was paid to the outgoing Bell Telephone company,tt does finalist la the selection year. of toe Tights and John T. Venue; Blllle Robinson, Charles E,

''f Baslleus, Soror Moore, a Mr-to-above-average Job of award Included Dr. Lee Evans Florida's outstanding small Sykes, Alfredia V. Thompson,
by Soror Mamie L. Butler. exploring the black community businessman of the ytar. Bernard Tucker Patty A. Ball,
Go Go Girls professor of Agriculture and
in the Chicago area. The fact The commencement address
Grand Baslleus Soror Mil Isaiah Gates Maurice E,Jones,
I" that it limits itself so diminishes associate pro f..or Anita wu given by Dr. Albert N.
*The Violinaires I. dred Bradham, made encouraging Maxine H. Lucas, Angela
"_ _' .. remarks relating to the its potential Black McCarthy BacksPowell's Whiting Carolina president of North Mitchell James Mosley and
and of people are concerned about College In Durham. Carol
organization progress A. Ross.
p-L-U-S Extra Added Attraction' Zeta .Chapter. Incoming Basl black people everywhere not Dr. Whiting urged the students Also Frank C. Saylor,Carolyn

lens Soror Geneva Wheeler Just Chicago."For Reseating "go out in the world and the Stalling*, Henna V.White William
JUNIOR WALKER &THE ALL STARS: Black another community and do
made closing remarks. Only, something H. Allen, Jr.. Willie B.
Chicago-based show on ABC's LOS AKGELES-NPI-&dam hate 111
America.and Avant, Jr., William Armstrong,
Channel 7, Is similar In format Clayton Powell's exclusion R.
A&T Official Gets Ruby L. Bradley, Aurora
to "Our People." From all indications from Congress basbe attack "Over 42 per cent of the Dow, Lola P. Glass Adolpbus

Cleaning Award U promises to be a ed by Senator Eugene J. McCarthy on-white population in G. Frailer Anthony,K. Irving,
good show. (D.Klnn.) who is seekIng America live in poverty" he Ronald E, Maddox Freddie Me-
GREENSBORO N. C.AlbertS. "Black Jourul." also on the Democratic nomination told the S37 graduates and : ,
Clain Jr. D. Jones,
Crawford, manager of the Channel Ji. is a once-a-month for President nests who filled the Cyrus
Porter
Philip Jones G.
Johnnie
ALT State University laundry. show. In format, U is similar Senator McCarthy said he bad gymnasium. "And if yog include ,
has been awarded the annual"Spotting "P.B.L." the highly acclaimed been waiting for "other politicians the white population>> one flub W aymola Jr. Stone Y.Partlcla Robinson M.

and Finishing Award" television experimental to speak out on Powell'I.OU&ter. or the eouiiYetapoverty." L.WlndAlso -
by the Drycleaning World Mag- "magazine" program tech He presumably referring Degrees conferred Included Thompson and Mary

axine in New York City A nique which sought to deal with to Senator Robert F. Master of Education degrees. Howard J. Wright In

native of JetfersonvUIe Ind.,, a wide variety of topics. Kennedy (P.-J1.Y..), who was seven Juris Doctor degrees. 16
_
Crawford is a graduate ofA&T. Talented actor-comedian: running against McCarthy for degrees la pharmacy G, Smith, Sarah M. Irene 1'1IoIJIIS.l&Fr&DCel M.,

frey Cambridge is one of the the Democratic nomIaa11OD. 14 nursing, 432 Bachelor of Golomon V. Nestle,
Crawford accepted the challenge principle contributors to the McCarthy also expressed his Science and Bachelor of Arts John R..PeoplesWil'
of Ole magazine and show while radio disc Jockey approval of black power declaring degrees and seven were com liam Watson, all of Jacksonville

-X'' successfully removeda difficult Lou Bouse is the moderator. that it was no different III1ss1oae4 as second lieutenants Florida.
Kuiii, ,Inn mystery spot on a swatch of "Black Journal" uses top black from Irish power or Italian In tile Armr.SPECiAl. Other graduates from. Duval
material affixed to the mafasine Journalists and commentators power. County were: Yvonne Adams,
Wolfson Ball hulJax June 22, 8:45 P.M,. page. Tbt magatlne dared mall media to bring to the television "There has never beena group>> PROGRAMS Bessie I. Brown Ruth Davidson )
Dannetts
',- | .. Us readers to clean the spot audience a chronicle of with any more reason to organise Beth Hall Sheffield,
without damaging the black about the business themselves to their Ylet-Jiam Howell Louis ,
material. people get veternas
Tickits-Aiuice $2.50 Door $3.00 Oa Sale Usual Places Crawford was one of the dry of diuoverlmgtbebeadyprlde, rights,". he said. The blackpower vcat10a programs get la OJ.apeela1 ed- Joseph D. White Coretha Wilson -

,. .. cleaners in thls'area who did and power that comes from movement, the candidate COIIS1derat1OG for entry level Charlesetta SpictrLoulseM.
a perfect job being black and together added. Is not un-American. Federal jobs Allen Estella L. Burden
and Dannie C. CarsweU.






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> < o>< Darnell -Cookman AKA Sorority

nJ i :Wedaing J Bells1'erry I Iooo State Winers Uiit 3711tr1$1.it1 Holds Awards Day Will Sponsor

: $ Awards Day was held recently
oooJI at the Darnell-Cookman Junior Skill Clinic'

Let Bathes, 729 Nortb'Street John Bevel, Jr., 1271 W. KB i' ; { High School. Mrs Mamie Taylor -
[ a check to Dr.* For the third summer,Gamma
Court
presented
,21 and ueJor1l Rebecca St., 23 and Gwendolyn Delorfc. t
Singleton, 2214 W. 14th Smith: 706 Coot "A" 21. i ir AJ. Madry, principal. Mrs Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha
,
Swf. II.ADdrn. + 4 ((4 f 1 Angle Sam gare prises to Erington. Kappa Alpha Sorority, will
Minor Lemon Davis, Mrs. Cbona, aDd to sponsor a testing and study
Charltco Rut 1444 W. 5th t..ilandl...eilaJloyceLaster Vivian Young, Mrs. Chords.Rmmerups skills clinic. The clinic Is
Dam St, 23 and Brenda Joycr 1936 W. 44th st., 20.Earmon t were Muriel Mat- taslcally designed for students
Kendrb, 1412 McConlheSt,20. + a t t his and Dale Fetton. who will be seniors in the local
Leon Oliver. 4220 Mrs. R.P. Askew, director, high schools nect term, 1966-
Freddie lamar, 1211 HartSt. Owens Are., 19 and Vera Mat -4 presented gifts to: Beverly 69.The
20 and Loedella McPherson, Jackson, IllS McCoIIJbeSt.,11. Brown, Nellie Sam, Chester objectives of the clinic
Wichita, Kansas, 1.. i Regan, Erlngton Dam Gall are: To improve study habits;
Carlton Prlngle, 1994 W. 201k Riley, and Willie (Ramps Matthews to develop>> skills for successful
James Hansen, It Ernest St St, 21 and Theresa Louise r i iY Jr. Mrs. Askew also performances' on standardised

Ernest 24 and Betty Jean Jenkins, 91 Johnson, 1602 Spires St, SI* gare awards, pens, to the most tests; to acquaint students with
St., 19. faithful ones. Students, scbolarshlp'OAIQrtuDIUe. and
pianists and directors were assist them in making application -
Tyrone Brown,1193 W.Bearer Kringtoii Davis Beverly Brown, for scholarships.
.W Mv
&, 1IIJ1dDorC lJJ.Bradsbaw, BeauticiansRate Nellie Sam and Ramp Matthews. Through this community service
1113 W. Bearer St, 19. Mrs. Mildred Matthews is project to the Sorority
Chorus Reporter.Woodrow. hopes to assist more students
Charles Delano Brooks,m,1539 Prizes in qualifying for admission to
Madison St, 21 and Gloria Ann Carne colleges of their choices, and
Gulp, MM Delia Ct, 1.. 'well-paying Jobs.

Willie Ben, 1944 E.EftrrreeD For AbilityThe Will Be Guest The clinic is scheduled for
st., 44 and Barbara Jean Willis, June 24th through August 5th
717 W. 57th St., ZOo Citywide Beauticians,Unit at Bethel Baptist Institutional
No..3, won four trophies at At Club's Tea Church, Hogan and Caroline
Richard Lee Wflon, Jr., 1058 the recent state meeting of the Streets from 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs i
Almeda St, 21 and Roberta Orange Blossom Cosmetology Woodrow Carne, wen known Camilla Thompson Is director
Moorer, 2219 W. 1st St., 19. Association. w h singer, win be presented In a of the clinic and Mrs. Norma
Many attended. Unit No. 3 won Song Recital Sunday, J .ne 13, White is Basllens. They wlU
I Robert Lee Mute, 4107 lion first place In shcolarshlp, win from 4 to 6 P.BX, by the Interior be assisted by other members
ertef Rd. 40 and Angelina Edwards MlaaBre1ldl.10JCeHarr1lUecdestaDt. Group of the Metropoll- of the sorority and college undergraduate -
I dot Uoncrlef Rd, 47. Mrs. Ethel Lee !till Club The singer will be members and
Jones was crowned Owed tat accompanied by Mrs. Helen! ..
Alan R. Butler, Baltimore, 1966 by the Queen of I"': Cleveland .. Students from all the local high Ij Ijpltdret.
Md., 27 and Cassandra Ann John Spencer was given the Guest groups will be present schools art invited to partlcNpate.
\ Fletcher. 2022 Durket Dr., 21.Qolnton Youth Council trophy 'The p Choir No. 2 of Mt. Ararat Bap \
Queen received. a trophy also, list Church will sing. Mrs.
Lender Brown 6909 as well as a cash award. Tit CtywMt Beeuttrass", Iks ,led Uns.t secretary and Mrs.Ruth M.Deal,candidate for.queen, la the back Leona Daniels will present Sigma Gammas Will
; Lyster Circle, 29 and Willie Among others present were: Blossom Cosmetology State meeting and received four trophies. from left, are: Mrs. Bessie B.Harris,corresponding secretary; numbers. Others win be Mrs.
Era Rants, 72)1 Lake St., 19. Mrs. Connie Beck John Spell Members of the group are, in the picture Sitting, from left:. Mrs. helms Whaler, Sick Committee; Mrs. Clydell Thompson, Rash Nelson, Mrs. Mary F. Meet On June 21 .
eer, Mary MlUner, Joints Miss E J. Brooklns, organiser and founder, assistant financial chaplain; ur(. Gertrude Crawford, Mrs. Corr L. BassGUmort, Wilson and Mrs. Louis The Phllos Sigma Chimes
Fred H1H, 743 W.DuralSt,S9 Johnson, C. Wiggle Mrs. MCrttarJaDdre orter;Mr..lilteD Bullerdrecordlhgsecretuyh: ; Mrs Minnie Thomas, Mrs. Bernice Rhodes, chairman of Sick HanD: Rho Sorority will meet with '
and Gwendolyn White 745 W. Alice Freeman, Mrs. Pauline ,, Mr. Charka Wilson, treasurer; Mr. Chute JoImIoII Cow, Committee, Mrs. Roberta Jones and Miss Annie R. Breaker, TI affair will be given In the Krs. Catherine Johnson Friday
Devil st., 31. Shaw, Mrs. Birdie Martin,Mrs. pt.l Iat; Mr.. Roll tAt CoaI4, bu1Deu IIWIII'Ir'! ;Mrs.V1YIIIICram1 Youth Couo fl. home of the president Mrs. night June 21, at 6 p.m., at
Flagg, Chester Likens, Mrs recording secretary; Mrs. Ethel Lee Jones, financial Ladle Mote, 551 West 17th 1480 McConlhe Street
Arthur Deranghn Davis, 17)1 Louise Forester, Mrs Johnetta Street. Mrs. Luclle Scott Is Business Importance will be
Motley st., II and Wanda Faye Wright Mrs Altlmeast Root- Kindergarten Will Continue in Summer chairman of the Interior Com transacted. A report on the anniversary -
Baldwln, 406 Jerusalem St,16. tale, Mrs. Va. MltcheU. Delta Sigma Scholars mittee. Mr. Louts W. Howell will be given by the ,
The next meeting will be September The New Century Klndergar* interest.. been developed for Is Tea Chairman Mrs. Jennie finance chairman, Mrs. Julia I ICUmore.
William Henry Gall 2 with Mrs. Annie E4tnbndson. -. ten will remain open for the till children. Many workers Vet Crockett is in charge of Mrs. Jannlt V. Cro-
Myrtle Ave 25 and President Cone and summer, by special request of have volunteered. Mrs. Hons- the program. The tea. is open. ckett Is secretary. Mrs. Llllle
Gore, 2146 lewis; St, 21. "the secretary win leave next working parents. A program of ton Is supervisor. to the public. Mae Wright is reporter.
month for the National Cosmetology
Johnny Lee Fisher, Jr., 1641 Association meeting
W. 6th St, 19 and Mary Josephine In Atlanta, where they will receive
Jordan, 1426 Illinois St., their Bachelors degree
11. Election was held Monday.
Mrs Bollard was elected Recording a
Willie Joe Reed tel ClereUndSt. Secretary, Mrs.Crumble '
135 Brood St
353-5791
46 and Carrie Let Brown Assistant Recording Secretary f I > .
40CJerelandSt,45. Mrs. Bessie B/HaiTBi Ir :_ I !1

Treasurer, Mrs C. Wlggnu
Herman Adolphns James Parliamentary and John Spencer '
707 1/2 W. Bearer St., 2) and Business Manager. h PHILCO STEREO
Rattle Mat Zow. 707 1/2 W. .
*
Beam St., 29.Wendall .

Clarenct Raysor. Legion Aix.jintf r ; Fully transistorized for outstanding

1411 Franklin, 21 and AlIce -- ti toundi:. reliability and logger Ii!..

Morris, 1119 Darts St., 17. Will Elect Stall ___ 1 I Solid state AM-FM radio 4 speaker it-

Ronald George Braser, IMSHighland Mrs, Elisabeth Csmergsrpie.sldent stereo sound system." : l
of the American Legion .
Are.. .
= hats Now Auxiliary Unit 197, has announced
_
Katrlna Bob, Fla., 00
that the newly' elected
$1 O
11. _
officers will be Installed this. .
Friday eight in the Post Home PHILCd a h. DownNp.

Detroiler Is at 1:00: p...., by Mrs. Lillian 7 ..QrMi
Weathers, Fifth District Pr.1detIt.
.
Entertained Here There will be refreshments' i

Mr. Prince A. Berries has after the business is over 'Merc ids Key and. Marsha TooaIII, shows abort, were two of

returned Detroit..Mich.,after three Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Scholarship Winners USED
spending a week la the city u Leisure Ladies for the Year. The third was Miss Karen Simmons, a graduate REFRIGERATORSi
houseguest of I his sods and of the William items High School, recipient of 1200. Miss
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Plan MeetingThe Key is a graduate of the Eugene J. Butter Senior High School i
i Lewis and received $500. Miss Marsha Toombs, OB the right !
and cousin Carolyn
Used Philco
Social Gibson Large
Ladles of Leisure
,
received S300. The Jacksonville Alumnae
Raines
graduate,
Lewis. He was here to attend
will meet R.frlgtra$3995 4995
Club ,, ,.
and Savings _YllIIII..tl
.
:: the
sponsored competitive
the funeral\ of his cousin Mrs. Chapter condition .
Tuesday night, June 25, at 1.30 Bob Smith Photo (or, working .
Alberta L. Erans. p.m., at 220) West Twelfth It.'
He was taken to the beach to Mrs. Berfclct Hlckson will be
SUrer Springs and to Six Gun Co-hostess. Mrs MattIe L. Benevolettes Gateway Barracks Coldipot Hotpolnt-Good buy for l
Territory He was entertained $
King is Loreatha
president L. 54995 y995Runs

with of Mr.a et-to-cetheraithehomt and Mrs. Lewis, 1565 Bosh! is reporter.Pallbearers. Plan Meeting ladies Plan Meet good . camp or'apt. .". .
The Ladies Auxiliary: to the
W. .,ua Street Those attending MeetAt The Benevolettes Social and Gateway Barracks Ito 31)1
I were: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cameron Civic Club will bold the monthly Veterans of World War No. L Large Kelvinator

) Mrs. SuleCampbell, Olivet ChurchThe meeting Friday at 6 p.m., UJB.C., Inc, ....Saturday at ,
'Mrs. Alice S. BeUamy, MissMary in the home of Mrs. Doris $12995.xc.lI.nt
the Home, 1509 Kings Road, at'I shape ,
) Green Mrs. Eugenia Pallbearers Society No.6 Young, 6679 Unlock Drive. .
Brown, Mrs. Georgia; Lewis, will meet Monday tight at 7p.m. Mrs. Ester Barton will be cohostess. Delegates p.m. to the Department
I Mrs. Janie Damn.'Mr. Rich ., in the MLOUYI Primitive The last meeting was 'r
Convention held in Ft Land .. .
j ard Chlsolhra, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church, Fourth and held is the home of Mrs. L.C. trdalt will make reports. ).D. a
' Purdlct State, and Mr. and Myrtle A venae!,la the bull At. wnUams with Mrs. E. Weston The Barracks and the Aox&i-:
Lewis. Mrs. Ella Rush Is Co-hostess.
Mrs. president_ u
try will celebrate July 4 on the j
laws throughout the day. :' : .' I '/
Raines Stideit.HoifrriThe
Ladies Attend ( '( )( )J J .

( '//A ; ;p;}

) legion Meeting .' '

Mrs Elisabeth Cameronhtaded r. f
Ri { the delegation which represented .
the AsxUlary at the I
Legion's Department Convention
In Clearwater. Those attending
LI C were: Mrs Cameron,
I : r ''lrYEe t Mrs. Alice 8. BeJJlJa!'. Mrs r
1
r > c Luella L. Cuunings, Mrs. S.
1
Campbell Mrs. E. Lewis,Miss 1
Carolyn Lewis, Miss Vivian
: ,
:
-L1 Cameron and Miss Vanessa .


; : It ; Cameron.Cooper. Academy \- I I


:. Has Summer School 7.PIECE D2NETTE SET


. Cooper's J..ea4eay'I" ) I The table top and frames arc antique PHILCO PORTABLE TV '
Benedict Road, will hold summer 1
white and make a handsome combination 95 172 In. ,
session classes from June Big tq. screen
with the blue plastic chairs with
24 through August S. Bishop pretty 79 free stand
MJC.H. Cooper Is founder of their new shaped tops. The table Is 60 j

the academy, a part o f the in. and has a removable leaf.-You get not $00 ;
, church plant Classes will be 4 but sis chain. Open an account. ,
from 9 a.m. to t p.m. Instruction Down
will be given from the
kindergarten through the ninth

grade. Further Information may ..
1
Choral Parents Clip of WUUasi Rates >Bisfcoalr.Ms.*4ntCstinMtaassMfcal, be secured by calling 765-4165
.
. *A Night on Broadway," as their anal fond raising project Mrs. O.R.Smith was director. or 355-6260. Plckap service ''flV1.s k
! As t result of a contest between acctiost leaders, Loreta bring: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. is available. .
. Bestuala frrln was the recipient of a scholarship to die Midwestern .Art and Mode Camp .
in LawrenceJCan. Miss Irving stands la the center of the pitch! On the left is Mrs Evelyn BIT I.S. .

, 'H. Simmons, president of the club. Oaths right Is Mn. Isabel Hardwick, treasurer. SAVINS BONDS : :\
. Bob Smith PIaGto'J i'




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If -raj_ !ethl.ehem Baptist Church Plans Women's Day For June 23



lethleheNi1W"Mien I PlanOutstandfniTrdgrams Sec.as1 iHlisl Ushers Make History '


I. r A '' I\ CHURCH NEWSOOODSHEPREBD j I'


The women ot Bethlehem Baptist Church, Rer. ..1., WOUaiUL 4 .

pastor, win bold forth all day Sunday, June 23, with thetr AmrsaiWomen's BAPTIST

Day observance Location 1722 West 29th Street. Sunday School begins at 1 41
A full day ot programs, with offering will to taken by Mrs.I a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a...., with Deacon Je*
guest speakers,' teachers andofficers Mary Trapp, Mt Ararat Baa- ,bOIlS In charge ot the prayer serrlce. B.T.U. begins at ",
present, has been1planned. 1'1Istt and rM .. Ollle Dotfe.MtOUve .. : .Tx" ,., } ;.t 6 p.m. The evening wroshlp begins at 7 p.m. Both najor sere'
Mrs. Mary Hooks will, Primitive Baptist. m moos win be delivered by Rer. Alex Garrin pastor. The
be acting pastor. Mrs. Viola >sntatlott will be nude. by Mrs.UcUle will give a song serrtce la the Interest ef
Morman will .em u General Williams and remark the Usher Board. The Senior Choir will meet Wednesday
Chairman and Mrs. Georgia 4 by.Mrs.; Georgia Floyd. for rebearsal.
Floyd u Co-chairman. Young Women will to charge PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF FIRST BORN
The Sunday School will open m the afternoon, at 3 p.R.Mtn Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. with aU oalcers aDd De
at 9 30 am, with Mrs. Fan' Elisabeth Williams win to tocharge. ',.rlnte dent In charp. At 11:45 Minister Flora BeD WIlUaaa
nie Garner ot Friendly Baptist The' speaker will to'Mlts will give the mes.age. The Putor' Aid Club meets at ,:.
as Guest Superintendent; Jewel Comer of Royal r wtt1I Mr.. LeUa Ullderwoo4 prelldent. p cbarp. The W1D1Ic
Mrs. Thelma Harris of Mt, Tabernacle, who ,will to totrodnced Workers Holiness UnlonVlh meet at 4 m. Erentag errlcw
Olive Primitive Baptist will to!: by Mrs Sharon Ob- f begin at I p.m. The Junior choir will give music. The church to

Guest Secretary. Mrs. Emma, brew Other participants. wUto : located at 1631 West 23rd, betweenAdtranand Peare. Elder
B. Jones ot Second Baptist Miss I Idotha Ward, Jestlas x Marian White Is Junior O. Simpson Is
Church, CaUahan, will be Pre/ Baptist Church., Madison; MlM secretary.
riewer. Brenda Lewis,Miss Rosa LewU
Guest teachers in the Sunday Geraldine Eagle, and Mrs.Jeaftette -' FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
School will be:Mrs.Sarah Rice/ Bunter Mrs. Shares Cfa- Friendship Baptist Church on July 4 will sponsor a trip to
'. School begins at 9 30 a... with superintendent
Mt. Bethel Mrs. H.M. Lawrence bout Is co-chatmn MlM Magnolia Lake. Sunday
Tabernacle Baptist; Joyce Smith and Rosa ..taHiwttl. In charge. The morning service begins at 11:SO with
Mrs. Alice Johnson, Dayspring .supervise ,the offerls,- devotional services led by Deacon Winston Ware and by fleeces
Baptist, Mrs. Jestlne Hender' Congratulations win come freea Joseph McPherson. Preaching will be tqr the per Rer. II.

son, Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Bethlehem Baptist. Red Circle Robinson.
Mrs.Halite Jenkins,Jethrt- Girls..
First Baptist, Crescent City;' Service In Song wfll featmre tht FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST, New Kings Road .
Mrs. Annie Bell Reed, Abyssinia night serrlce. Devotions dill The youth will celebrate Sunday. Sunday School begins at 9 30.,
Baptist; Mrs. Leona led by Mrs. Juanita Brown, Mt The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. James Prime wins speak
Jcakcon, New Bethel A.M.E. Ararat,'' and Mrs. Susie Me. at I p.m. The evening worship will be at 7pm. Prayer meeting
I Mrs. Maggie Green Giles, Mt Craw, also ot Mt. Ararat Mrs. will be Tuesday night at 7:SO. District No.5 Is sponsoring a tr>*
Vernon Baptist Mrs. Myrtle' ,Helen Wright win deliver the to a local beach on June 29. Deacon Brown is president DistrictNo.

Shootess. Central CME; Miss.(, welcome address, with the teSpoapeannfigfrmmMnTbr Other Board No. S of Second Baptist Chun wffl otoerre to CM Junior Usher Group' Mrs. Agnes 8. Jackson and K;;". 4 will hold the monthly meeting Sunday, June 23, at 4J8
J" Jewel ,Collier Royal Tabernacle .' thirty-seventh lJID1y'fIUJIDIIM JotstannlTersaryprograaof Laurette Blount are supervisors of tIe young people. Other In the church annex. Deacon Isaac Roberts leader. Rer. Remus

I Baptist; Mrs. Ruby Claw- 'assa White ot St Steptoe/s tire usher boards Monday night, Jane 24, at I p..., in the male adults supervise other groups. A special program has Smith Is pastor.
son,, Union Community AM.Ej; Lilt. Mrs. Rooks and choir church auditorium The group will also honor Mrs. L.C. been arranged by Mrs. Clarice Wright and Mrs. Ada Bostlck.
Mrs. FlorenceWilcoxMtSlnl,r.win feature a song "MUy Johnson for IS years of outstanding leadership u president Dr. James Carl Sams, pastor, shown la the lower right comer NEW MT. OLIVE BAPTIST
I' Baptist. Mrs. Janle Jackson of:>; and Tenderly." Mrs. Vivian of .the Board. Other group will to Usher Boards 1, I, 4 and ,of the picture, will deliver the sermon Sunday School begins at 9:30. Women's Day will be celebrate
Bethany Baptist win be the Reriewer. .i.iI Mrs. Sadie Fedd will' The offering will to 'TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL.
make remarks. ti*. supervised by Mta. Trs More' ColossiaRs Biptist Sweellicld Baptist Second Baptist Sunday School begins at 9 30. Superintendent Solomon win be ta
In he morning service MOs.,' .. .,Central Baptist and Mrs. charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Mrs HM. Lawrence,'
i Rosa Stevens ot West Union Mary Clayton, Mt OUrt Pri Announces Did Day Women Note History teacher. The morning service begins at 11 ajn Rer. Yowg,
Baptist will be tte principal. mutts Mrs. Viola Moraaa, Plans ClassesIn pastor, will deliver the message. All youth choirs and the Usher
speaker and win be introduced, General Chairman will speak Colossians Baptist Cb1ll' ,UM West Slit, will to the scene Sweetfleld Baptist Church Board No. 4 will serve The night service Is from 7 to I p." At
: SaD of West Rer. D. B. Barnes, pastor, will S 30 all choirs rehearse. The teachers meet
by Mrs Hampton Sunday of the animal Dual Day celebration" Bible Work : youth afMS.
.. .._ _. _
be
the scene Sunday of the
Union. Mrs. EaU Nelson will ID* ceieoriuon win open want at s p... tan eeMtCfIUoa led Prayer meeting begins at 730. The Vacation BQJt School begins
deliver the Mission Prayer. Zion Hope' Will e Sunday School at 9 30 win by Rer. Kite. Dea.coa8. Brown annual Women's Day celebration Tte Dally Vacation Bible on June 14 and runs through July 8. sirs. B.M. Lawrence Is
Mrs. Manta Foster wfll deliver the guest superintendent and Deacon J. Thomas win with Mrs. D. B. Barnes School of Second Baptist, 954 snperrlsor. The W.E. Young and the Willing Workers Clubs will
the welcome address. Other Not Participate, charge. Guest teachers will be: lead the devotions,' The Mission u acting pastor. Guests will Kings Road, will open Monday, meet Sunday afternoon In the home ot Mrs. Alma Clover, 1171
participants will be Mrs.Minnie Choir rf Zion Mrs.! Mary J. Henderson, Mrs. offering win be take by Rev be present throughout the day.Tbe June 24, and continue through ,West 30th, at >:30. The members of the church will l gave at
No. 5 Baptist
Drane, 'Mt Zion AMT; Mt.., Church will not Hope appear Ruby Jenkins, Mrs. Randall, J. Robinson. The Male chorus celebration will begin with July 8.- The study hours will appreciation dinner In honor ot the chairman ot Women's Day
,, Vivian Wilson Mrs. AttameaseRboulac Union Mrs. Mable Oliver, Deacon C.Cooper win sing. Rer. N. Battle will, the Sunday School at 9:30. The be from 9 ajn. to It noon. on June 30. Mrs. Audrie Ferlow Is chairman.
Grant Memorial AME ;at Community Baptist Willie Sinclair and read the acr...... Rer. R. morning service will begin at Instruction win be give to
and Mrs. W. B. Hooks. Tbe. Church on Sunday, June 23.. Deacon Willie 11 a.m. Choirs and ushers will GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST
Q Jackson .J. Crawford will Introduce the those four years to 17. Excellently
The morning worship begins speaker, Rer. H. Walker. Theottering be consecrated by Mrs. D. B. trained Instructors Serrices begin with the .Sunday School at 9:30 with Tyrone..
J1llllL710VllZI I at 11 a.m. with consecration.Mrs. will to cuperrlsed by Barnes, In the prayer room.A will be In charge. chant and teachers iiHcharge. The lesson will be reviewed by ai
Odessla Burgess will be Mrs. Alloy WUUe RandalL special program will be Classes will be held In Religious appointee. Consecration and devotions will begin at 10:45...
la charge of the derations u Otis Stevens and Derry Mister given at 3 p.m. The evening' Education for young Deacon James MtHoa, deacon aDd deaconesses, la char '
wen U the Twelve Hour Prayer Jr., Deacon T. Jenkins wniUnion write will be held at B:30. people Other classes will beheld Music will be famished by Choirs No. S and 4. Usher Board At.
Band, with Mrs.Mack as leader.: snares. thanks. an. R.l. Bible Prayer meeting Is held at 7.30. In personal hygiene, good 3 will serre. The sermon win be delivered by Rer. C. Nails
'iF,1 The Mission offering will betaken ,Milord Is putor. Study Is at 7 p.m. with manners and handicrafts for the associate minister ot Zion Hope Baptist Deaconess Board Mo Swill

by Mrs. Carrie Peoples.The Rer.2 rehearses Barnes teaching Choir No. young people. All children of tilt meet after the morning serrlce.B.T.P.U.wUlbtIID at I pja;
Scripture will be read by on Wednesday at ,community are welcome. with Mrs. M.L. Polite directing. A Scripture Cake will be given
745.
Mrs. Mayball Taylor. .y : ; '\ ,- t' Prayer neetlng Is told Tuesday ., Other service* at Second lIsp by the Bible Drill and Social leader. The special boars win be
Mrs. A.B. Reed will present tist are. u usual. Rer.,Suns given by Wilfred and Ernest Jones.;The evening worship begins
the speaker, Mrs. Patsy John- Community, at 730. Btt>le Study Is win return to the pulpit after at 6:30 p... Weekly activities Include the Chrlstiaa Aid Society
vgiI son Mrs. F. Marshall win Wednesday at 7 p.m., with Rer. attending the National. Baptist meeting Tuesday at 740, the weekly Prayer Meeting and Bible
extend the Invitation' Mr. F.' Holds Big Rally Barnes' U teacher On Wednesday Congress in Houston. Re was Study with the deacons,the superintendentaattsaebers la charge
Choir No. 2 rehearses On
Marshall ,will bring oberra active there u president ot the the Wednesday night rehearsal ot Choirsthe
I tions. Mrs. N. Daniels will Woo Community ,AME Thursday Choir No.rehearsesat National Baptist Convention ot Thursday noon Missionary Prayer Meeting and the Friday night
A NATIONAL RADIO rrUMWM:CALL nuke obserratloas. TIlt Church, 71S EarersoqwUlboUI America and as president of rehearsal ot Choirs No. 2 and No. 4TMrs. Bessie Merchant
'II' '* offering will be taken by" Mrs a State Rally for the benefit of rehearses at I p.m. and tilt Progressive Baptist! State Is reporter.
i ,o* vnu." ttturt M.C.Pugh Mrs. Ann Jeride, the balldlag fund Saaday. at 6 p m. Saturday the D. B. Convention of Florida.Dr.Sams JERUSALEM BAPTIST
:J$. '. Mrs. Ruth Daniels and Mrs. Barnes Choir rehearses.Allen win review the lesson Amos Ealey will be laa
... Florida, Georgia, Alabama andother for the presented musical July 14 at I p...,
a u..uJ ,' Dontha Rou. states win be represented Sunday School at 9 M. He will at the Jerusalem Baptist! Church. The youth prayer service Is
: Do you have question about the biggest .' Thanks will come from Mrs. ia state pews. TIlt Missionary Chapel's deliver both sermons. Consecration every Tuesdaynlght Wednesday night the midweek prayer serrlca
.: crisis our nation has ever Almlta Price Choir "0. S of Society win hare charge ot the : of deacons deaconesses U held. Sunday School begins at '30 with Superintendent HJ>.
: faced, the racial crisis? First Corinth Baptist will serrice. Mrs. A. B, Houston Men's Day NamedAllen ushers and the choir Slngletary la charge. Covenant meetings are oa the fourth ...
serve. Is president Rev McCray 1s will take place at 10:45.: Mora- days at 11 ajn. Holy Communion Is administered at I p.!! Ot
Do you have suggestions you'd like The evening service begins pastor. Chapel AME Men's Day log worship begins at 11 a.m. Monday, June 24, District No. 1 win celebrate Its anniversary
: to make to the Black and the White 'win be August' 11 with servicesall The Baptist Training Union will In the church auditorium 29)3 Old St. Augustine Rod fcwth-
:: leadership about how to solve it? day. Georgt. London 1s, be held at S:45. The evening aide OlD fume ChoIr No- 2 will meet la the home of Miss

i Do.you want to hear what PALMER'S IN HEMOIliMTvouay chairman. Harry Williams Is services takes place at 7 p.m. Diva McCaUum, 29U Willow. On Friday, June U. atlpja
other *
: -- co-chairman. Among captains The Prayer ot Faith Hour will the church will go to the Mt Olive Baptist Church Rer. Jenkins
I ordinary citizens, ask people John "SKIN SUCCESS"OINTMENT ;rp:,J.. ; ... I will be Fred Washington, Mer- be Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sun Is pastor, for the church and for the pastor's anniversary, Oa

Il! Lindsay and StokplY, Carmichael ,. ron Brown Raymond Robinson,, day School Officers and Teac July 4 Deacon floater Joiner's group for men's day will sponsor
what ...:..: Robert Thompson, Harry Williams hers Council will to held Fri. a trip Magnolia Lake. Deacon William
sort of anel '&'the1 come up. JBI MT rut strut taw' m Toombs Is reporter.
; 'MIUTWI tut KMW:r"= and George London. day at 7 p m. Rer. Sams win Rer. R.W. Jackson Is pastor.
with? Make )'outseltj.heard and bear: it phi ton 18(1.moutin mtwi. MS 0<( Others will to announced later conduct the
BIble
... Study.
*" M a ui MUM IMI wu ua
all on NIGHT CALL the new, nation... I NIMH IMI secant ..,.. y '" :) Rer. J. C. Bannermaa Isor' NEW REDEEM

wide telephone call-in }t ho*. Npr.._ar Mol.. HdMi.>tut_knUUM www..wr d' MlMtM Youth Day will be observed Sunday, July 21. Larry Normal
tfiMMMt. BS* Is Oiilrmin. Districts 1, 2, 5, and 7 will celebrate their
rrNrww Joint
: WRHC11:3U.Ih: : : U:3IAJ:: .. me K mmkN" w Mu*. *. Mn. .' Westside Choirs Bishop Cooper anniversaries Sunday at 3 p.m., la the mala auditorium of the

tl Ffliij "ifftirkr.MUNan IIIITL u uYr church. Other services begin with the Sunday School at 9 30
..twomeli will. '" "- w h"a: au E Meet In RevivalThe with Deacon Eunice Dunson la :
charge. Rer. Norman pasta.
Mol Res.
meM wW.t M.xnN1 Presides
1/ Call Collect 212-749.331l swam Friendly Westside Union Over will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at 11
0II.44c I acne two Choirs, will meet in revival ...., with the deacons In charge of devotions ChoIr ICe. 1
'I Released In cooperation with the oz. auameatcoxoMT Sunday, June 23, la the main PentecostalsBishop and Ushers No. 1 will be In charge 01 tilt morning worship
atria eti OUT>km
National Council o(ChurchesNational unit of the Mt Pleasant Baptist with Professor Mlmms in charge of the mnslc Tb eves
; Catholic Office for Radio and Television HEAD-TO TOE MOHCTWHH Church, Callahan, Fla., at 2-40. M.C.H. Cooper, found. worship begins at $p.m. Both sermons will lit delivered bJIM
Florida Council of Churches : -**:.It3cctll'i3. N MM W* "Rer. C.W. Whltten, pastor ofMt er and bishop>> of the local Apostolic JIUtor.' Prayer meeting Ia Tuesday night at 7:30 p... BftU
.MOM Mlta_N hMi.'100 ItnM tttnMUMI1 IM....tlWIWIMAM .>_ '' Bethel,with combined usher Church: of God ia Christ Study follows at *. p... n* church u located at 1114 East
g .r:1'MKCIU* tuf ,. boards, and choirs: will serre. presided over the Pentecostal 30tb Street,
A Jt 4*' .
Special guests win be Miss Conference which was held In
lAma Brown Go Rllla Jones, SamueIL.Roberta, Newport News, Virginia from EMANUEL BAPTIST
Tommy and take your rest Mrs. Christine W, Blue, Rev June 11 to and Including June On Tuesday the Teachers Meeting
Jolts i Plan Now" and the
BdrSwilfiTlM Fariily We loved tot G O&lovedyon Prayer IIettiIC
j
T you Lee McQueen, the Combined 15. art held at 700 with the pastor and Ytoc ,.. 01
tost Departed this lifeone
Choirs of Mt New Home A busload ot travelers left the Wednesday Choir No. 3 win rehearse at
a) June a 'I tads 1Co. 2
: I Famijhjjroup Pictures In Breadth I -Parents mr 1'61. Baptist, Folkston, and Elder Jacksonville church and.tourIng will meet at 1 p.m. 011 Thursday tilt nooody p.m aeetti
1Ir. Mrs.Robert prayer
J! Johnson will be held
Brown and Leroy Robinson, Mrs.Ruby through Georgia,, stopped at at tile cburcb 011 Saturday tbe Cull Scouts will meet
Family. A. Stewart is president Savannah, Charleston, Raleigh at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9 30 with MamieNEW
1 Mrs.
: : Taking: \living, Color And. Discount Too. and Newport News. Fields In charge, alOlll with Deem George Smith The lessee
I Elder J. Coleman of the St will be reviewed
by
u
'AI01Dtee.
WHEN YOU ARE III CoaaecratIoD: begins at
"Select $ I II John Church, Newport was 10:50. The IIIOrDIDc worship begs at 11
The L s with 1M del-
E t Jacksonville's
,0e .a"
I You' Seek The Best Doc host Re is also Presiding Elder ton IA charge Baptism will be administered I.a tM aonIIC
I oding"I of the Norther "orslalp. B.
tor. Ihen Your Doctor' ,District, T.U. will be at 5 PA, with ne.r-1t..1 ftIDJJI
I Bishop Cooper Is the founder. In cJIuce. D. evening
worship
I begins at 1:30 Choir lUll
Prescribes ; Get Experienced Mrs. D. Cooper Is : 'the llllllor CboIr JIG.
secretary.The
aDd
Usher
II ViddiptsIcddioi Board
Simmer Co.l UIS the UIMr
Board Jalar
1. Usher Pictorefc I If Board
I Pharmacists To theme" was "New Is The Loretta 1I'1hen.. Choir No. a win serve for ft11ow lp. Miss

I 1 Tame RoWu aDd C.B. Fisher will be Is CIaarp CJI 1M auJc.
Evangelist A.M. Person .
f Rectptioislik 1 presided
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Passport Pictores Ey.'l over the Wome '. activl- BETHEL A.M.E.
orders. Uses Coopers and RIY. E. Jars
Academy
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tilt
I f ( Anniversaries s -I Ie Use Only Toe Beat C. E. BLACK Trio sang BoUon 1rU amour the visitors service Jut ImIa,. Rev IL
Private ClubsBowlini Quality.Drugs. a rally b1 the trustees Sunday, 1. II, wm tester'
Proprietor
proceeds
the renovation from which will be used tor

Teams Baby Pictiros I If II -3' Registered Pharmacists To Serve You Rev. Johnson Will Society Services aid OD Y1&1UDc lune of 30.tilt PlrtkJputa church The will Sarah be lacbarp McQanlss 01 tilt Missionary aonIIIC

I II The cba1rmu pteilcuy.s S. d
I i' II :=,..,.. ...... A COMPLETE LINE OP .... .... Make Church ReportA that allpef5Olllwtlower'MIDe4bytlltputor meet with her tftet:
I Rey.
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one pmt jab Jones pastor.
Mrs. C.T. Moaw
I report of the 38th
I IF IT IS IMPOITAMT; TRUST YOUt PICTURES ONLY II I ,Cosaetics Rubber :Goods Candles Conference of the AME General Church

f will be at Paul
given St AME

;: :I WITH A PROFESSIONAL t: PHOTOGRAPHER ,I Sundries.. Church 1 p.m. Delegate on Sunday Alex June Cottressand 23;at


: : PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED relate Rev.some Johnson of the, proceedingsof pastor, will Evangelist Celebrates
STUDIO

: BOB SMITH, FASHION ISO KINGS ROAD 3538273Lilly's Tape the Conference.recordings: of'many arson,tfU&'el1st.AaaDIia win observe V. And-. Church; fioMta Side, Her.CS. ,

lU L L ___ i_!VL it ID 32U 1 Drug Store actions and win be heard. Officers aamtrlU7 hr IYU.four.ph wfll Jenkins pastor. Many parsers
members invited to hear d SIIIIdaJ at lit.ZimuA JnII'III
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I ; ; ;;;* M t. Olive Baptist Women. Will, Celebrate Sunday, June 23 *;;;;; *. II



Mt. Calvary Baptist Women WRHC Handles Night t Cell Radio TV Station WRHC ,Guest Teachers, Speakers


I Have Anniversary SundayMt. New Feature, t -. -4:'; And Artists Will AppearWomen's II

Calvary Baptist Church's Women's Organisations have TV Night Call"The J : Day wdl to celebrated at Mt Olive Baptist Church

planned for a full day of celebration Sunday, June IS, at the .. Sunday Jon IS, with services throughout the day.
church home, 301 Spruce Street, Jacksonville, Rev W.M. Crisis In the Nation," t- "\ Th* elaborate program Mrs. ..L. Glades, Mrs. Essie
IUD is pastor. or Night Call, is a new national : ; statures the appearance of Roberts, Mew Mt OUv Baptist;
Prominent women will take preciation and supervise the radio call-in program stagers, officials aad speakers.la Mrs. Betaa Lang, Mew Mt
part during the day, with many offering. Remarks will be made available for broadcast in the ,1'r'; the Sunday School which Olive, Mrs. Amanda Collins,
of them coming u guests and by Mrs. Gwendolyn Jones. community. It is produced by X r'.. begins at ':SO, Mrs Coles of Holiness Church, Miss Daisy
visitors.In Others will be Mrs. Essie M. the Television, Radio and Film, the Church of God. will be the M. Ben New Mt Olin Baptist,
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the morning service Mrs. F.ord and Mrs. J. Robinson, Commission of the Methodist guest relrbtret; re. Wllli Mrs. Beckley Lambert, Mt
Sarah Washington will be the chairman of the Youth Hour. Church, with office., in Sew \' ': y.,:. Mae.McQueen. win be guest Ararat, Mrs. William Davis,
guest speaker Mrs Mary Ann Mrs. L.M. Mlddlebrook will York, at 475 Riverside Drive. \ superintendent Among other Mew Mt OlIn, Mrs.CharIstln
Craddlck will speak at 3 p.m. be Advisory Chairman, Mrs. This new media of communication -. pests wfll to: Mrs. Ftonold, Bell, Oak Grove Baptist, Mrs.
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Mrs. Willie Lee Smith will be Martha Butler, Benediction. is released In cooperation .. Mt. Vernon Baptist; Mrs. Rosa Camella Blackman of Mt Steal
featured In a Medley of Songs Mrs. Willie &.. Smith win be with the National Council of 1 l 1t. i iNlgd Come First Baptist;Mrs.Annie Mrs
at 7 p.m.Sunday. guest soloist In the evening Churches, the National CathoUc Mae McCoy New Mt. Olive J. Oakley and Mrs. Lola
School will open at 9.30.: Service. Co-chairman, hire Office for Radio and Television, _._ Baptist and kiss Carolyn Williams Webb will supervtse the reports
Mrs. J.L. Johnson of Bethel Mildred Gllliams. will make and the Florida Council of Free Ron Baptist. on finance. Chairman Walker
baptist Institutional will be remarks. Churches. Mrs. Clods Bridges win be will make remarks.Mrs.Ophelia
guest superintendent. Mrs Officers for th day will be: Night Call premiered on June the speaker la the morning Corbla will make the
3. It will originate in New York service Mrs Wilma Corbta Closing remarks
Annie Huff will be tacit Chairman, M r S. Gussie Gray; presentation.
Reviewer and will represent co-<:lit If maD, Mrs. Mildred on WRVR FM Monday throagb will introduce the speaker. Devotions will be made by tile pastor.
Second Baptist Guest teachers Cllllam\ ; Mrs. Martha Batter; Friday from 11:30: to 12:30 wiU be ted by Mrs
(EDT). The format Includes a W.M. YCGeeenTaDetIt.1SBaptist
will and Mrs.
be Mrs. Hawkins
: Beatrice mrs. Alfred Douglas Can U a Bfwaadprovocatrrean-ta-prograaioa vital Issues sponsored. by Methodist :
Creela black host and nightly guests and Mrs.Ell>>Roberts Major Speaks
Mrs. Hortense
Brewington, Zenobia Smith. Mrs. of prominence. Nelson Priceis Church in cooperation win the National Cornell of Chorea, the National' Catholic Office for of New Mt. Olive Baptist Phflllpplans -
Mrs.Julia Cohen Beatrice, Mrs.Samlar.Jennie South'erland. Mrs. Threadcraft will be secretary, executive producer. It is Radio and Television and the Florida Council of Churches. 'The program Is on the air from Baptist Church will be 1
Miss Doretha WUcox Mrs. Mattie Slmorotts, Intended to help persons move 11:30 p.m. to 12.30: a.m. (urn). Here Del 1 Shields, prominent la broadcasting supervises a represented by its Choir No. 1
Mrs. Alice Stone, Mrs. Betty, treasurer and Mrs. Wllhemena towards solutions to problems Night Can situation. Radio Station WRHC bandies the broadcast la Jacksonville. Farther Information and Usher Board No. 2. Mrs.Carrie .
Sessions, Mrs. Mary Flanders,' Francis, chairman Williams of Deacons.will beehatrma.D through understanding. should be secured from the Station. M. .Lore of Mt Venn

Mrs. Bessie Carter,Mrs.Erma Mrs. Mary of decorations. Mrs.G. Radio Station WRRC,Jacksonville win give the responsive
Odom, Mrs. Geneva Gotten, will handle the program. reading. Mrs. ..L.GlutonUl
Mrs. Harriett Cattle and Mrs. Jones and wfllbe Mrs publicity Mercedes chairman Night Call can be a national Dayspring Will Mt. Salem Baptist Will lead the Mission prayer. Mrs.
Virginia Harper. Town Meeting It Is the only Lena O'Neal of Mt Ararat Baptist
Mrs. Bessie Hill will be acting Wesley, chairman of finance. paHnnai call-In show enabling Be Center For Celebrate Men's Annual will present the Mistress olCeremonies
pastor daring the day. Others Rev. W.M. Bfll Is astor, points-of-vlew from every Mrs. Annie

participating In the morning region of the country. The staff Usher Board TeaThe Mt Salem Baptist win have Its annual Men's Day Smday. 'The Edmondson, of First Baptist
service will be: Mrs. Mary integrated. I.IIII1YFIII'J.becIIII with the Sunday School. Deacon N. Jackson Church. Th* welcome address t
Daniels, Consecration Mrs Night Call originated In 1965. Annual Fellowship Tea of wfll be guest ,.rlDt nt.DeaconE.CaIhottnwlUbe secretary will come from Mrs. Every
Carla Bhkely!Devotions;Mrs. Grant Memorial It grew from a three-station Usher Board No. Dayspring .aad-Rev. Tony Meal tad reviewer. Jennings of New Mt Olive.
Mary Huey, Processional, the hookup. Because of the lack of Baptist Church win be held lathe The morning devotions begin feting Deacon J. Green willmake Mrs. Barbara J. Simmons of
Mt. Calvary Baptist Female Will Hear Guest equipment It was discontinued dining room of the Church at 11 a.m. Deacon 0. Tucker remarks Deacons S. Friendly Baptist will respond.The : .
Chorus and Ushers; Mrs. Mat Sunday, June 23 from 3.30 to will preside. Deacons A.J. Evans and R. McCray will lead Occasion win come rr-
Collins, Prayer; Mrs. urine Rev. J. Hlghtower will speakat Mt. Olive AME 8.30: p.m. Rev. bras; A. Weaver Robinson and 8. Brown will the devotions.The Mrs. Lola Webb>> of Mew Mt
Lowery, Solo. The Hospitality the morning service at Grant Y Have ls pastor. Mrs. A, B.Nart have charge of devotions. Rev. Young People will to la Olive Baptist Mrs. Edith Jackson -
committee will be composed Memorial AME Church. His Annual aog Is president Tony Meal will bring the welcome charge at 3 p.m. Alice Rogers of Revelation will make I IIJIIIOaDCtmentl. MAJOm TAFT CUtaCKX
of Miss Belinda Jackson, and subject will be "Afraid of Sunday The program follows: Mrs. address. Rev.W.L. win be chairman. Tony Neal Mrs. Aagl Retired Major} Tan Camming
Miss AhreU Wright. Freedom?' The Young People of the Parent Mettonla Vaughn, Scripture and Rogers win present Rev. L win to eo-chalrmaa. Both will McBride of Mt. Ararat Baptist wfllte tb* keynote speaker at
TIle Youth Hour Is upected to Youth Day will be celebrated! Youth Organization of ML Olive Prayer In Song; Mrs. Sarah Gundy pastor of Lewis Memorial preside. trill be nest soloist Mrs.Helm the West Union Baptist Church
draw large numbers. Participants July 11.Sunday. A.M.E. Church will hare charge Londay, Introduction: of Mistress W, the principal speaker.; The' complete roster of Telfair. evangelist of Sunday morning Jane 30,during
will be: Mrs. LoWe M. School opens at 9.30 of the services an day Sunday.The of Ceremonies, M r s. The Male chorus of Mt Bethel officers follows: Pastor, Rev. Revelation Baptist, win lead the tile regular worship .
Jenkins, Mistress of with A.V. superintendent, day will be observed u Viola Albrltton;Occasion,Mrs. wiU slag as a -will group.>> W.L. Rogers; Central Chairbaa. -' memorial services. Mrs. Betty at 11 a.m. An military visitors
Ceremonies; M ra. Jacquelyn in charge, along with his of. Youth Day.Glem E.W. Muncie; Mrs. Henrietta William Sampson .super Deacon Jack Green; Pr04' Claatoa will extend the will be guests of honor,regardless
Robinson, Welcome Miss CarlaL. ficers. Emphasis placed upon Bean will serve u Superintendent Graham, Gospel Singer, selections vise the offering. Roosevelt gram CDslrmanDe$000Georp invitation. Mrs. LM sad Mrs. of braach of service,race,
Holman, Response; Harwell the Junior Chuck Program of the Sunday ; Introduction of speaker, Thomas will be soloist Deacon Tucker; Co-cbiirman, Deacon Garrett will take tile offering creed or national origin. The
Sisters, diet; Miss Alveta under the direction of Mmes. School, Miss Leslie Randolph ,Mrs. Seymore: Speaker? Mrs. Freddie Meal will welcome A.C. Wfltort] aid Secretary, and make remarks respectively. church 1s located at 711 AccraStreet
1Y riCh I t, Reading and the A.M. McIntosh, Sopb,. White, will be In charge teachers tor Delpbenla M. Carter; Tribute, visitors. Deacon Eugene CaUtoon. Com- tear the Bearer Street.
Parental Girls Chorus Mrs. M. Golden and E.M.Richardson, the classes. Mrs. Graham Rev. J. Jackson will speak lathe attics are Finance Rev.OseU All OmAhe young women will viaduct
Marva Salary 'wfll present the at 3 p.m. on Saturdays. The speaker for the 11:00 a.m. Mrs. R.P. Askew Will be organist I p.m service. He will be Wllcoz, Rev. Tony Neal;Decorations be la charge with Miss Wllsu <
speaktr/Mlss Rosa Garvtawlll The Youth Choir will serve services will be Miss Mamie Tbe Introduced by Rev. Tony Je'". Deacon Freddie Meal Colds u chalrmaa. Mrs. Lou I Mesons Will
give a reading; Mrs. Doris Sunday, along with Usher Board Riley. William Barrier will Introduce taken by offeringBrown Deacon Jack Greea wfll preside. and Rev Rogers. Mrs. C. Ballard rill speak aad will be
Hamilton will espress ap No. 4. : Miss Riley. Guest sol and Mrs Bessie Washlngtoa. .The Male Chorus of Mt Salem Sampsoa la rt P 0 r ter. Tbe Introadeed by Miss Athens Shin Celebration
oist will be Miss Joyce Taylor Remarks will be made by Mrs. win serve. Deacoa Ode Wllbertwfll church 1s located at 1211 West Flicks. Other partktpaats win
Callahan Host Fernando Townsend will pre A.B. HartIOlI.Dd.by Rev. Weaver. acknowledge visitors. Rev. 22nd Street. Rev. W.L.. Rogers, to Alice Wflllams, Scripture; Oa Jon 30. at 10:48 a.au,
side. Music will be by the B.J. Guests win be membersof W.J. Brown' win take the of, U pastor. Mrs. canton, Invitation; Miss Worshipful Master John DM-
Williams Choir, Miss Gwen Usher Board No. 2 of Simpson May R. G1aDtaa,'ud Myrtle loa and mentors of the Songs
dolyn Shelton, directress. Methodist Church. Reynolds Mistress of Cere of Solomon Lodge No. 1M and
The evening meeting win feature Mrs. Mad PaUlas and Mrs. Methodist Minister mon ies. Linda TaJIor wtU mats embers of the CA Henry .
Fellowship Supper with Eula Graham will serve punch tile welcome ad4r.... Miss C. Lodge No 371 will accompany
Mrs. Etoase Backman as chair'man. along win Mrs. Rosa Maanlag ;* Stresses AbilityMIDWEST Robertson will r.rpnd.Tbe, DJ>. Simmons to Jh Tabar- \
It will begin at 6.30 p.";. and Mrs. Rose Collins. Roberts Sisters will sing tads Baptist Chorea Rev W.
The program will Include a Hostesses will bet Miss CITY, Okla-Bishop Notch Moore, Negro Bishop of Gafl Richardsoa will give a I; Tout, pastor, to share with
panel Topics MissMargaret Estella Lt., MUs Gladys the mammoth Methodist QIII'ch. will be welcome as a possible reading. Th* otterlag will be J.C. Phillips Court No. 104, "
Nixon. are Craw Miss Jets Matthews, head of the Oklahoma district of the Methodist Church, If one supervised by Basel Yates and O.EJ. a *it-te.ervlo*anniversary
r The Accreditation of Public Miss Ruth Williams. Miss Pie- large church, the Wlckllne United Methodist Chorea, and Its Jacqueline Fr..4od. Greater program. They win be to .
Schools, The Vietnam War and dirt Can aad Miss Eleanor BMKtttn &!IiI spiritual ladders have their wav. fit Matthews Church wfll be fun regalia Mrs. *.L. John-' .
vie the National Elections.The Duncan Mrs. Louis GrahamIs ".. -Yo.14-*_with Rev.-Baker said be helped word represented by Its choir. loa Is Mother .Aacteat Matron.Chalrmaa .
p Public and friends are chairman Mrs. Alice DM- great pleasure the honor of tilt message so that nothing The test service will to at K. Thomas end Co-
Invited to enjoy the day at Mt. lOG 1s Co-chalraaa. Mrs. I. serving u United Methodists obnoxious: or cantankerous .:SO. The Mt. Veraoa Baptist chalraua I. Ball iseucethat
Olive A.M.E. Church on the W. Malnor. 1s chorea reporter. with Bishop Notch Moore u would to Included.'! Choir and tile TtUalr Gospel the pJaaaIDr cumattteelrsvtr-
: corner of Pippin Street and our episcopal leader," was the MTtey could Just assign bishops Choir will sing Mrs. Carrie teeny completed plans for the
ti Franklin Streets. message sent out la a worded on tile basis of need and B. Ptnkney of Tabernacle Bap aporecittioa program honoring
.1 menage la the ares, record,," said Rev.Baker,"and flat wfll read the Scrtptar**.* Deputy Grand Muter of the
IEATI MTlCf Bishop Moor 1s BOW bishop record and ability aad whatever TIlt Gospel Choir of Mt Versa! State of Florida Attros Fleming -
First Born Youth over Negro churches only la the else they use to make theM Baptist will slag.Mrs.Claudine for nor thaa BO years ofcostitor.serviaon
Tte cocianea caotrs of t r.aer ao. itaasaM impact Umrch, Houston area His acme has appointments, ratter thaa say, Williams of Mt Bethel Baptist July: 21Mp.
Callahan will host the Friendly Wectslde Choir Union Sunday, Will CelebrateYouth win speak and will be Introduced V
Dean mentioned u a successor= "well to cant go here and to _
June t J, at 3 p.m., In the church auditorium. The guest choir Day will be celebratedat to Bishop .. Angle Smith, retiring can't go there, and" they won't by Mrs. Lola Webb. The motorcade to AbbyvineaiTs I
will be the Mt. Mew Home Church of Folkston Ga. Deems
the First Bora Temple.Elder prelate.Rev. ).v* him, and this sort cIIII. Other participants will to: [ & has been postponed.
Samuel L. Roberts will serve as master of ceremonies. s
Led Smith will preside. Elder Roy Baker,pastor of the. ." .
A. HiU is pastor. Willie Church said copies of If chosen Bishop>> Moor will .
Church of GodConvention First Negro Heads Sunday School begins at 10 a.ta. the resoiutloB were sent to be the first Negro bishop to '
"The morning worship begins at members of the Sooth Cental toad a predominantly white Does Coca-Cola : I 3.
White Methodists 11 a.m. Devotions will be led Jurisdiction's Commute onappointments. episcopal area la tile South. ,. .,
Is by the youths. The T.P.C.W. This special This includes Missouri Ark", have the taste .
LAKE JUNALU5KA, NC.- meets at 530. Mrs. Margaret committee meets la Wicklin tans, Loa1I1au, Nebraska,
Opening Monday Rev. James C. Peters, 43, Johnson Is president'The..... from July 24 to 21 to make u. Oklahoma, T e xas and Mew
Greensboro, Is the first Negro ing worship begins at 7 pA.; signmeats OWhoowm,10 bishops Mexico Rev. Babr.a14 not all you never get tired'of?
The annual State Convention of to be named superintendent of 'tac:11Dc embers of tte chorea Bumbtr-
the Church of God of the State a predominantly white area of -- Rather humorously, t h eneolutla lug 2,600. agreed but "some
of Florida will be held June 24 The Methodist Church United.I has bear designed toM hare come to see me and said '
to June 30 at the Church of God, Rev Peters will supervise the i the fA"irlfttt bow "that they were glad to have parti Is it always refreshing?
1445 Steele Street."Christian white Wlnston-S a 1 e m and r-- u far u tilt church was COB- dialed to' .this sd.to be a1
Ambassadors" Forsythe District of the chorea. corned they would act be spelt member of a church that lakes'
will be the theme. Bishop Earl Hunt made the announcement. or.stel badly or scared or tailor a stand."
Sessions will open Monday, or anything of the kind" Do things go better ;
June 24,. at 730. The Ladles Rev. Peters served u an administrative tf Bishop Moor is appointed. I
Willing Workers Band will hold officer of a district with Coke
a session. Mrs.Irene G.TllDsW of the Negro church In the former nAB a. 8t
Mrs. Ella Beetle North Carolina-Virginia r BIRD nun.ra1
will will preside.take charge of devotions. Conference, dismantled when services for Fn.Dk.R. Byrd r se of after Coke...... after Coke?
Mrs. Ethel McClenton will de- the Methodist Church ellmin/ of 729 Court "E" woo died --.
liter the welcome. Mrs. ated segregation. Be win have June 11, U his residence,
Lureather Jackson will give 35 charges of mostly whit win be at S D.DL. Saturday 'Adiwru..Mw,4d.l.larM.r.IMr.MJi/omrelwei.dd address. Mrs. churches la Evergreen tlar Chorea, w..YsCa.rwJ..M.14.wraJ1..Cgera.tAr.r.tN.r.JOOJer
the Bernlce LW.W.B.Douse win preach. logs and Cleveland) Streets, ', -..",..... ...
On Tuesday, the official Rev. H. B. Wright Is minis FUNERAL l' ,
opening day Rev. Alex Women's Group Has ter. The eulogy win be gives .I;
Jackson Mr. UDMEindividual
lead devotions. by Elder James
Alexander W
Meet Byrd was bora la Pembrook,
Mrs: Viola Atbritton will give Big Planning r
r... and has resided la this
the welcome address. Mayor The Women's District Convention WALTER JACKSON Bomber of .
welcome the REV. city for a years.He Service
Hans Tanner win
to the Union
delegates. Rev. F.L. Braddockwill Auxiliary Association Rev. Walter Jackson State was a member of the Peatacostal AVAILABLE TO EVKRYONEREGARDLESS i t
St. James Baptist Chorea of God. Elder -
deliver the welcome for Overseer and Moderator of the
held its Conference and Planning ..1. Peterson Is minis '
church. Church of God, will preside at OF
the Day on Jane 12. The ter. Survivors tilde a wife, T
Walter Jackson is State the annual sessions from June
Rev. Rev. Roosevelt convention was well attended 24 to June 30 at the Church of. Mrs. PaaUae J. Byrd; daughters. FINANCIAL CONDITION '
overseer. and was held in the New Zion and J
YvetU
Bridgett
Nestles host pastor. God, 1445 Steele Street, Jack .
Baptist Church, Rev.J.W.Mar- sonville. Lamar LaYette Byrd; a --. 'LADY ATTENDANTS
Weslside Chorus Set shan. pastor. Saga LaveUe Byrd;; mother, STAFF
Is ORGANIST
Mra. C. L Williams Mrs. Mary Byrd tatter,Bos-
president Mrs. Alice Johnson si* P. Byrd;; sisters, Mrs. AIR CONDITIONED !
For Joint Recital YWCA Mrs. Susie Keith heads Mt.. ,Ararat Betty J. Wfllhutt,Mrs.Dorothy BURIAL .* SHIPPING .___
Red< Circle Mrs. 0 w-
the ... Wflkcrsoa sad Miss

The Friendly WesUide Onion the Eula Thornton Red Circle.Is la charge Mrs of Usher Boiril James Bobble A.Jets aad Byrd Bobby LM brothers Byrd,; CALL CREMATION DAY OR MIGHT You know it ItVyour' best

Male Chorus and the Willing the Sunshine Band. Plans TeaUsher tff>f tad tat, Mr. aid Mrs
Workers Union Male Chorus Members' of the Program David Willis; saother-la-mw. Ambulance buy.
will be presented la a Joint Committee are: Mrs. Susie Mrs. Ttelsu Jones three 1
Board No. 1 of Mt. ;
songfest Sunday, .Jane 30, at Badger, Mrs. Sarah Cummlngs, Ararat Baptist Church win (3) trothers-la-mw; cousin .. i il r.fr.S-nt.
6.45 in the main auditor Mrs. A. a
Ragsdale
R.K. ,
p.m. Mrs. and other relatives aid J
ium of the Royal Tabernacle Miss Lillian Johnson sponsor a spring tea in the ., .__"_'_
Bradley The to
list home of Mrs. Pearl :Timmons,, body eta .
West
Bapfist Church 1320 Williams. The "
CJ.
Mrs.
and
Lee McQueen. 921 East Ashley Street, JondayJoo viewed la the chapel after 5 4115 ME .
Street Her. 'dl !rmaa of the Worship Committee I Isnare.www..oiaeun.c.utwca
Burial win tosaade
Friday.
4 to I CoriM P.BL, i
will be Mrs. 23, p.a.
pastor In Preston charge William B. aid the co-chairman Williams Is president; Code la E vtrgreea cemetery ARBEIT P. ROGERS, l.F.D.; (.I "t.tt.; .' ".' .':
Marveen Js Mrs.W.L.Smith.Sponsors Car ... rk.Jaokamnb BotUL -
Mrs. Catherine. Clark Is reporter and Rev. tgr. ( Fatal .gc.
Jr.
Mrs. Ruby
Cherry, were
Saanale L. Davis UFJ l' '
,
D.J. Graham t Js pastor. ,
P. Long.
Sykes and Joseph Robinson, Mrs. Wfllte Ashley



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g AMERICA A CIVmZED NATION?

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. brutal assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy coming
' lMkMBISRGRO' \ .0 The soon after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'. murder has led
whether we are a civilized nation.
to question
many people don't know what to make
countries especially
'P ON MEDGER People Ia other
01 America.Of .
,, yEVER3 t.W11.1.1AN a ;; course this annoys a lot of people. They object to being

, told that their country Is sick.
They prefer burying their heads
;
ERIC ,0. SIMPSON.-MANAGING. '' EDITOR :in the sand and pretending recent that

., 0181.9 these killings and other
'I t VIOL 1 6HAE1. t 1. e' : political assassinations are
'.
ANDREW
: HUD I. D TEN -- ClBCOUIIOH MANAGED lt1UZ10 sooow ? R isolated Incidents committed by

} .. ; 4I- Insane individuals. .
s
ttl 14 .
2323 MONCRIH':" IOAD PRONE /I. t l S F. ::1 v.g1 But that argument won't hold
Ah1E.S 1 \ ir Hf '' water. Why were these men killed -
r 7'x and why did these assassinations -
,
:
EIGIN 4-6712 :- MAKING ADDRESS .CHANEY JIt1M1E ;;41 '/ take place now?

Jf KENNfA'l Surely we have to look beyond

P.O. IOX 5Ii! lACKSwNVlUE J flORiDA the particular sick individuals In our
." to find the sickness
1 J22B1V .ocletJ.
One place to look for the disease of murder is in our historic
'
'i ,MIAMI OFFICE' 5018 s N.W 7TH AYE. IDR. TISi ''l l preoccupation: with violence. This must bs one of the few places
In the world where almost anyone can pack a pistol with no

. : PRONE; i5i-3679' :questions asked Our murder rate is one of the highest in the
" world.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, RATES r f 7 Ir t And our history is founded on violence Black people especial

On Tear $12.00'Half Year $7.00 ly have felt the sting of rioleocel from the crack of the overaeer'
whip through the lynch law, and right up to the
[ailed to You Anywhere in the United States
wrote that "an men are created
present time While Jefferson
Subscription payable in Advance OF AMtRICA equal" and that they are endowed with the rights of "We.
WOLctCi
; Send Check or> Y n yJ' Order to: liberty and the pursuit of happiness", be and other Founding

; FLORIDA STAR P.O., BOX 599 Fathers held black men la the bondage of slavery.
or da ---.. Another.strain la our history Is the toleration Injustice. Only
; VICTIMS "OF "VIOLENCE IN THE STREETS". .. ) a few people Join the KUaand burn houses, but millions of others
II turn away and refuse to notice their acts today Americans
I __ /IIDII/ll/III /llrlflrlfillllll/fI IVII/IEIL.EE 11 tolerate terrible Injustices like overcrowded ghettos Job discrimination -

,exploitation of the poor by schools and storeowners,
;
Is iwerieilhe Eternal City ? widespread poverty. Toleration of injustice leads to more
I Injustice and to new brutalities.
': All persons 'who have attended high school YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE The killers of President Kennedy Senator Kennedy and Dr.
At the least were alienated .
Jung may have been sick men. very they
will recall the reputation of the City of .
men-men who: had no stake la our society: men who ten
Rome. It was the city of the personification left out and different Our society does that to people. Never

of early power and once was labelled GUIDE was there a richer country,but never was there a country which

"the Eternal City." But the Alaric Goths created many rootless, discontented people.
The three victims were all trying to change that society.:
proved that Rome was not an eternal city. They were symbols of a new day a day when brotherhood would
But the Bible assures us that there is in be universal, and when our values would be more concerned

reality an eternal city-* city which hath By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER with human beings and less concerned with making things and

1, foundations whose builder and maker is. inuuey.
Because these men stood for change and were symbols of a
"
God. (Heb. 11:10): LUCKY new society struggling to be born from the old, they became
WHICH ARE YOUR DAYS
i Apparently entrance into the Eternal lightning rods for the discontent and unhappiness produced la

City of God 'will cone during the Second such abundance by our present system. So they were killed,'
Judgment of the Lord. FOR "I\\:'" and their fellow countrymen hang their beads In shame
But shame and guilt aren't enough. Its not enough to feel
One thing we should note just here. The :) .",. sorry, or even to feel worried about this wave of political as-.
Eternal City of God waY quoted as one that ,'J, sasslnatlons. We have to do something about It, and tightening

would never deteriorate, become a ghost BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL'llllIOlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllI a few laws and giving greater protection to candidates isn't

urban center. ,But ,we have reason to wonder ...
We have to change the institutions in our society: to bring
about America one of: bur names for the | Justice to all, and to place a greater emphasis on people.
United States. One values will have to become peaple-orle ded rather than

Just as the Alaric Goths prove that Rome machine-centered. We've got to become a more humane society

was vulnerable so the "Eternal City of ARIES LIBRA and gtop tolerating brutality and injustice
CANCER
CRPDICIINBII We can start by bringing equality to all our cttiteos. America's

deit' IORN MARCH IqIIJ.IE. '. $[" BORN greatest historic Injustice bas been Us refusal to accept back
IEC :;
people .ca'an' equal basis,, By wiping out poverty and ending
;-,61. to wasting" its resources 'oh a war 21ST ., APRIL JITIBe '22ND -18LY 2211 .rUn'OCT.. 23RO 22NB --' IAN. UTI ( racism we' can start tee long Jo'jrney making America

where there can be' no victory)'; it is neglecting happy. Much of the commot1ola Strike out. When the world' Seek a new approach. The way The hour roaclatl. What a deCllltaocltl1,
around doesn't seem to move. ap Dr. King and the two Kennedy brothers are dead but their,
tt taclllated
doing something large and constructive prevlots quarters ] tot top may be by bas! and shouldbe
should have died down bIIO'II'. It generally means that, the forming powerful contacts passed gone dreams and visions of a new, more just. and humane world are
about is domestic & 1s the presentthat
problems.The
AM so, U you are inclined to IndlvUnl U alt II If la the through marriage or in any forgotten still* alive. They' have left us a legacy of truth and decency,
sin omission: can destroy the take a pleura just, educational wrong location: or not utUltlng other way that is made availible. I' counts and U how you propose and( U we are to become a truly clvlllied nation, we will have
make productive
to
strongest foundation" upon which the United course, or any steps relatedto the proper iniative.The recOIl < Naturally success has profitable and fulfilling. The, to strlvejgjrulflll their dreams
States. stands. '' .t' housing building and family mendatln for those who are Its price and one must be prepared first coat Iteration U the

,.... relationships, start doing torn certain that they art in a rat, to pay it sooner or later establishment of steady: employment
,. serious thinking or planning OB is to go forth and seek new Behavior will have to be on sad home life. I f

Those Demon Automobile Drivers the ZSth. The work involved can eoviornments and more chal the cirewnipect'side because marriage U the only way to Let's Get The Right Poverty Image
be undertaken( wit: some astfurance lenging situations. Set the date the envious ones may be on achieve these bask alms,do not
of success from the after the advent of the Mew the alert to watch for slips so
I Think of the man who is courteous when -I8U on. Home, for many, must Moon for making a fresh start u to report them far and-wide. hesitate to to create bring tt the about.Beccssarycontacts There While it nay be true that Negroes fill

i I walking on the street; he opens doors for not only be a place to lire to, Imagination is being stimulated Take precautions to guard privacy should be promising opportunities in a large way the ranks of the unemployedand

the ladies he helps old folks across the but also where creative and and Its it would be a pity to allow at all times and be protected to this connection throughout live mostly ghettoes which shocks
to fade
( output away unrecorded. and
;. confer to the 'lather side and he observes gainful undertaken occupations Many Attics may tire be Mars now la your troublemakers.from the busybodies Many Ubrans the month of July.They may the conscience of the nation it does not

the rule of "ladles first." reached the point where they Sun sign, also should furnishthe will be projected Into the limelight be brough closer with by taking trips mean that only the black citizens live in

I Then the quitting whistle blows or the; can work best alone, and not energy to move, and to in July and somewhat mixing more freely strangers than ,poverty. This Image however conveys the

I clock gong strikes.. This man rushes to'' where they are subject to the move fast. Cancer tans who have 7. 70 44 11-26-745 usual. Each one has a band IBshafit&t notion that the poverty problem' is only

; the showers aqd\ puts on his street clothes, calls and whims of hlghernps. literary or slmlllar callings his" own future. the stepchild of the
should Negro.
give them fair tr1a.1br
ft a
He walks to the parking Is your privilege to directJOUl' SCORPIO l-WO- 11-17- u -11},
lot gets in his'car.
own life, u it U everyone obtaining expert opiatoi." Some of the blame for poverty s image is
I and drives away. :Pretty soon he rolls else's in a free state' This can: be used to advantage BUN OCT.24TR AUARIIS the fault of our various news media: for

{ onto the expressway with two to four lanes 6 11-61 now BORN JAN.2BTR we have seen poverty at its the
i in one direction.As TAI rS I SO -.l5-N-ett4 NOV. 22NI worse on
i It feels good""Mien Is little FEB. 1BTI television programs among backwoods com-

+ the car picks speed near the 80-mile PORN APRIL LEO to equal the teeUng.tha|pone hq Freedom If s wonderful. All. munities inhabited with poor Negroes.

mark the driver is turning literally intoa awakened U U from a nightmare of a .ndIiea. ,tile road ahead Nonetheless the news media has not intended
20TH MAY
satan. Ihen a fellow driver seeks to 2QTH. BORN JULY and that the outlook for.'seems to be cleared of obstructions to give a distorted picture of
enter the main thoroughfare the drivers Travel alone. it has often been the days to come has the rosiest or even threats of any.
22ND laG WB poverty and in
said that he who travels alone will bait TaItt'IIP the task of achieving The moment to savor the fruitsof fact it merely wants to
already the
on ecpressway goes out for the get there taster. This could wet 1 Co by yourself whether U frpolnttd tub and reestablishing victory starts on the 25th, sear the public conscience concerning this
kill. He and his automobile take on that be the case with may Taurean, is because of an Important as- stability 'eU.arbnd. with even the pocketbook gaining evil.

hungry look daring the motorist from the who wish to gain status and bail st I sljiment, or simply for thetale' &ddltt 0"" "1. U U lift- its share of the benefits. The wide range of poverty shows
-
aid road to. enter upon the threat of up a1ublau..taArr&D&tto* purpose oi obtiioloj complete Heated that extended travel, From then on, there is a new for color no respect
de.ath. trips and plan Cu most logic 1 13litl1er. ready to step out higher-mind pursuits and long- fueling of personal freedom in or race although it
'coar.. to follow to achieve am.. of the limelight for a while. range planning will have the pursuit of the arts, culture appears that for some reason it thrives
Once .we saw five "big-job" trailer "bilious purposes after the 25th. la come instances it may be priority over all else during romance and pleasurable among the majority
segment of
trucks wheeling down"a'" long steep hill. while there may ba saaa com,. necessary in order to recover July. 'I'b1ImWII getting busy pastimes, It is doubly happy Poverty also thrives Negroes.
then the contend with It 1 from a rather disturbing exh at broken fences among certain classesof
motorist from the side road .petition to i once mending event when a union II being whites
sought to enter the outside lane the pot apt to prove to be too mac: perience and to straighten out and getting au other needed contemplated or formalised It too.
,, of a problem for those who knv, financial* dimeultles. A good prparatlons going at full speed.' at .U July will eon- Finally, opportunities for the abundant
appears
big trucks poured it. on, forcing the b'e- '. .ctl1 where they want to g? place to begin II right at home .If there are J few Influential tale opportunities to 'life must be opened to
many all the Indians
,
devilled motorist of..t .f.fside exit lane and how to get there. It is encouraglng when the standards of living ,strings hanging around in your spread cotta the creative fields the Negroes
'which he did not want to .enter. to have food companions ....established by the whole family vicinity do not hesitate to give open to those who posses on- the poor whites and other

If,, a motorist new \p-, he area wants to to whom you can tun u may have been somewhat wI them.. strong pull. ua&1 taJenta.t minority racial groups. Remember that
,
slow for' when there is .a need for encouracement. ,. realistic. This is not easy to 6 ZO. U II 76 623 10 U .1.57U1PISCES poverty has taken deep root and is apparently -
three'secondto
/
what his
survey do, U we all know, but hereis here to
next move should be." the big trailer rigs FT10 55 17 4J 315 the future to think about,too. stay.

move right up his tail. ,,Tbere is almost no GEMINI You can set the example by SAGITTARIUS BORN EER.
restricting personal requirements
choice but to speedup and -
make the
right to the barest BORN NOV.23RD
ussessitles. MAR. 2111it's
turn, off;; or be crushed ,by the horntooting IDEM MAY 1 7 30 22 14 S4 7S2 1311

: truck driver. ,.,,, ,,11., 21ST JUNE 21ST VIRGO DEC. 21ST having a gone pleasure.through The an relief ordeal of Letters To The EditorGentlemen

Would that motorists would take time to Come to the point. It is fairly without having suffered overly

be helpful to out-of-town and out-of-state Make a wish.It has been claimed BOIl AUG. safe to state your ldmtlbu :from It should be felt by Aquarians :
by those who pretend to know and to'stand by them squarely who have refused to lose
drivers. Give the visitors a little timetoaake' that U one wishes profoundly( 23RD $EPT. 22NO and firmly. Those who finally their heads asaresuttjtseems About a week ago while walking home from work OB East Monroe

;; 'a decision as to what they must ajgh, tt U sufficient to make It is The have decided to Join forces with eater tp 'promise, to promote St., I overheard this Negro saying to himself"The man didn't
do), at the moment. .it come true. After an, there is security hopeful.togendarad feeliaj tar.of a partner for Lesbian e lot likely :romantic la"lMtlM! and to pay me all my money, Be didn't 11&111I8 what's coming to me".
so harm U trying while you are sighted economic by to have reason for regrets in look for an occupation that aot .nsa IlIaD WU the kind the bushwhacker takes adnDta&t of
provisions Because
enjoying the benefits of strong be to the years to come. After this 'only pays more, but that is he's a peace loving law abiding and when la trouble
1 THIS WEEK !H NEGRO planetary um Uoi. The advent hopes may to enough the skies.raise There your is day, attention may be turned to more 1DtertIt1DC..'SeI1Dc that bepI As for IU1b11Dc to i* i lI1mself because .*.. bu DO cue to to*
IDJseU
oUhe Mew Moon, late in the day little BOW standing In the the task of building up, Jointly Mercury does not start going 1 wu bidntt! bon the apparent advantages
offers promise of greater financial of fulfillment, unless way the reserves and material forward again until the end of out tile nmt of Gla JI would hare stopped this tallow, find
yon belong <
returns from the sale of to the small resources that add op to prosperity ;the month, there is BO reason 1105 taken him back to the place and made
majority who tile
;June II, 1M7 Death of Henry 0.Tanner. Internationally famou'painter. >I. goods property or services. By failed to benefit from have and security, It may not to be unduly rushed or excited I olterl4 boll pry tile au weal' was coining to him.

the same token purchases then openings to establish their lives past be the vogue to spend time or :At the same time, do not onto wUIL.DO tilt uc1 mni editorial to the Jacksonville Journal
made should offer better than on the firmest effort on such matters, but the look any opcftlsc to better rclatlons -: apparent response. lam now offering it to yon becanse-
.IBM II. tin Joe Louis defeated Jimmy Braddock In the elgbitroutd > average value while it has been friends wherever basis.It Make and will DOt be swerved froo) with coworkers and key I am colIC back, to clvUlsatian when a mas a c1t:1iea: sad
11I-
of a fight at Coaistey Park Chicago to win the world'i I>I. to listen to becomes a """ glob of flash
an advantage conservative obvious that there 1s plenty to these purposes Energy may..bet associates, stave they win take ---
heavyweight champloMBip/ whole. couBMloxx oa jhej' gala and. nothing to lose as .. contribution of youth.S :a greater interest la yourWlV41llllIHr ==l.1CatIwalac1e, General Deliver, Jacksonville

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I ., NPI Says South Is Using Tricks To Deny Negro Voting Rights r ,1




Noted NegroesAre Signing For 2,1TO.OOO News Media,Says Various, :

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Named To CIVIL RIGHTS F-: ftfii Techniques Are EmployedWASHINGTON : I


ROUNDUPBy (NPIX::; Mwlmd devious mean are being

New CommitteeWASHINGTON -i used In the Deep Booth to.ketpt&lack people from exercising
NEGRO P3ES3 INTERNATIONAL l their ton Toting rights. Y>

President l COURT ACTIONWASHINGTON Thanks to the 19651 Voting (\"Mississippi, the eased
Lyndon B. Johnson,Immediate Right Act, Southern ftegroes, tricky election strategies to
ly following the tragic -(NPI)-Can police constitutionally suppress by and large, bare little troub .*keep_ Negro candidates from
a peaceful demonstration because hecklers threatened to start ft
assassination of Senator Robert Toting. But black candidates ming winning has resulted
rv or
Kennedy named a group of. riot? Toe Supreme Court will weighthat question as U reviews the f find It rough going Just,to be lHan examination of these
conviction of Dick Gregory and 30 other civil rights activists on
prominent Americans to a new t put oo the ballot and aistflctT"are practices by the U.s. Supreme
charges of to outside the home of l
refusing stop>> picketing
,committee to seek out the sometimes gerrymandered Court.
t
Chicago's Mayor Richard J. Daley. Gregory Is la Washingtonstate ..... \ in such a way as to keep tferro.; such ,"trick Is to merge
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where he Is serving ft 90-day term for fishing without a "Ii ,.. toting power from being MU allegro I' ( districts Into large" units
license Indian .\
on an reservation.
,. t Often, nominating petitions for with white majorities, thus
Negro candidates are ribftettU 1 kieplng Negro Tote power from
INDIANS TOO fled. Economic Intimidetfmkeeps felt and black
preventing
t" WASHINGTONPI) Black people ire not the only \ many would bebUtk 'candidates being from baling much
complainers In this country. The Indians have plenty to gripe candidates from eVeb'eoffisiderlng { I of chance to win.
a
about, too. And, at last, their complaints have been heard by the .
C political careers.This then this doesn't work, and
..'. Indian Claims Commission, which was told that whites had \ Intimidation" pr.,.,.O' I I I &* looks as though a Negro
chapped up the Indians' country like ft checker board. Rose Crown (
most Negroes employed by might win, elected
Candidate
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and Leona Hale from the Fort Berthold Reservation
High
HARRIS HlgElntmthim whites from running for ottUeJ, positions:! are sometimes
North Dakota, made ft more specific complaint: that location of fi
hr : Some employers go so far as, changed to appointed posts.
causes of American Tlolence.
the Garrison Dam had robbed the Indians of good hunting
to tell black employesihafi I
ube> the soughtbyablack
Ten ,
persons were listed. Dr. i4-
fishing, and growing lands.
Milton S. Eisenhower 68, Is they'll be fired If the* itrow.< '(Candidate Is simply abol shed. i
.t : hats Into the rlDtJ I0r ? \ .
chairman. He is a retired TIME FOR '"SOUL/ a "there Thus In most Southern areas, I
This state of affairs keeps .white officials maintain almost
president of Johns Hopkins CHICAGO-(NPI)-A group of whites have tasted heard and
most Negroes oat of politics,
much as they
University. learned Normal Park, u political power
about "soul" during a .Is-bour program at
except those who own their 'did before of the 196S I
Another famous American Is passage
Methodist Church. The white visitors were exposed to black
Patricia R. Harris ambassador N.H. Bennett, Jr., left, vies president and actuary with the North Carolina Mutual Life own land or businesses. Toting Rights Act, even though
literature music and authentic "soul food also
to Luxembourg from 1965 history, Lawrence They Insurance Company, and W.A.Ctement, right, agency vice president, look on as W.P. Frledle, Sometimes, out-and-out racial<>titbit act allowed hundreds ofI
heard from the Rev. Richard
"soul
to 1967, and now on the facultyof church some pastor who preaching"said the program was designed to make both, manager of employe benefits for the Lorillard Corporation, signs ft policy with ft face value discrimination Is nseo,. agtlnsjj!I.I thousands of Negroes to Tote.oA .
of 12,170,000 for Lorillard employes. Negro candidates. Toting rights act or a
Howard University. Mrs. new
white and black people aware "of the power and beauty which has oftfce"
White officials' terms of series of court decisions
Harris, 43, Is one of two come out of the experience of black men In America." may
Negroes. Negro Lawyers Are Named In HearingsWASHINGTON are extended, while black ciftdldates ':Jti necessary to offset the latest
Another Negro Is Judge A. RATS AGAINWASHING'roN are held back bf effort to deny black people their
NPIM'our and Appeals. Moses Thompson who an Increases In filing tees and to Tote and hold public
Leon Hlgglnbotham Jr., a -(NPI)-The rat control program returned to -( Hearings was right roffice.
United States District Court the headlines again recently, and may be the cause of renewed black lawyers, appointed as They are: Herman T. Bern, attorney examiner, Ohio State qua1Iftcat1oD requirements.And .
Judge In the Eastern District charges that Congress thinks more of citizens of other countries Social Security hearing ex former assistant city attorneyIn Board of Review Bureau of In some atNM; '.> d'
Richmond Va. James C. Services and Information about political Ii- Sippitt Tier
,
of PeDllSyt nnII. Earlierhe than it does Its own constituents. This time It was the House aminers have entered on duty Employment ;
with the Social Security Administntton' Ltghtfoot, tormerusistsat Harry McAlphta; a Louisville fairs Is withheld from potential
served on the Federal TradeCommission. Appropriations Committee which Toted$8.9 billion In emergency S Coach Crude
of for Philadelphia and civic leader. Negro candidates t ',w I
Bureau Attorney ; attorney
.
He Is the -
youngest funds for Vietnam, federal pay raises and welfare, but passed : :.
member of the Commission. over a $20 million request t to fight ghetto rats. "J.iJI. -- hh
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Negro RepublicansComplain COMEDY PREFERREDDETROIT Mia l-" ,
(NPI) -It seems that WWJ-TV prefers rerunsof "

01 Bias at the broadening weekly comedy racial series understanding., "The Monkees"The latter to a program series aimed was A slum is like."a quagmire, a big quicksand. ,:''r ::-o t

RLANDOPromlnut cancelled after the second installment, ostensibly because "is .' "iiny'

I rfegra Republicans of the state contents do not show proper balance or reflect ft fair representation Just like you step in something you just sink t
of Florida hive presented tire of the Issue," and was "not up to prime time standards" ,

State Important Committee.grievances One to other the TARGET CITIES and you can't get out of it.i j jI

grievance Included a request RICHMOND. Va. (NPQ) Fourteen target cities for the
for representation on the oelegation -" NAACP West Coast Region's YoterRegldratloo-Educatiaodrhe I mean you can live here for millions and millions of years
to the presidential con have been announced. The Southern area campaign will focus

vention. on the California cities of Los Angeles, Su Diego, Compton
and will the time and situation. !
William Murphln GOP Pasadena, and Long Branch u well u Lu Vega, NCT. Northern you see same place, same same

chairman for the state, set up area targets are San Francisco, Stockton, Oakland, Berkeley, '
a flTe-man committee beaded by and San Jose, Calif. In the central(tea,Fresno and Bakersfield, It's just like time stops here. >: \ '
Robert CreceUlus of Miami to Calif., and Reno, Nev., will be target cities.

'consider the matter. According A quote f from a resident of a Gary, Indiana, slum, before the United States Commission ortCiYi110hti\ '
to Attorney .. W. Williams of MORE GRIEFWASHINGTON __ .
St. Petersburg, they will meet (NPI) At the same time the nation was
again on July II. grieving over the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, two
Another compUUt relates to young Maria lieutenants were fatally shot la ft burst of gunfireat

the closing of the gap betweenthe a hamburger shop. The dead officers are Lieutenant William .
groups. It was also, King II, and Lieutenant Tfaaddeus' Lecnlck about tt,both white. t "
it
suggested that Negroes should .Charged with,homicide 1 wire three black menGotf onXktinder, t .
be appointed to committees, Z7, and Cornelius Frailer, Jr., t3, both.of' San Jose, Cast. ,, and t
affirmative action should betaken Benjamin Murdock, to, of Los Angeles: .
.r.q
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to encourage Negro registration ...'
tll.
In the party, and REFORMS URGED ; .,-
Negro Republicans should be CHICAGO-(NP0) -Mayor Richard J. Daley's riot Investlga- .t. k'i, w .' :.0
urged to run* and should be tin committee has been urged to propose reforms for Chicago "
supported for publM office. that would "lessen the alienation of the poor." Making the plea r ".
,were 14 buman-relatlons agencies, which offered their combined
Four Negroes Are resources to help the committee probing the riots that followedDr. '
Martin Luther King's April 4 .......1DaUOA. s r ri \ Ii

i 44 \1 t
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SlateFour
In Smathers
'BLAME" FOR VIOLENCE 'a c ,

Negroes are among toe WASHINGTON (NPI) Urban violence has been blasted kt J' rf :
37 delegates at Urge In the on failure to correct Inequities America and deficiencies .
George Soothers "'nor.Ite In the nation's cities. But la laying the blame. Secretary RobertC. ;
son" slate u delegates to Weaver of the Department of Housing and Urban Development
that the Inequities and deficiencies CIA be t ; ..
the Natiaoal Democratic Convention saw hope e i t1' .
U the nation wills it. ,
la Chicago. In 1964.f rectified so I' sF .
although the state sent ft total :
of 56,-there were no Negroes Executive Boston University ..t ; "

These four will be Dr. RobertL. F ," f" ',... I!::.. ..... y.

Smith, West Palm Beach; : ," ; : '.'. <, .....,,.,.
Honors Negro Men I. '.,'. ;;
PetermaaSt. Petersburg
F. ..
attorney; Mrs. Pad Perkins,. BOSTON-Npr>-Roy WIJt1DI.f.UCP'eueatiY. i I .,,1:: .

and wife Mrs.of an Simon Orlando W. Boyd atUf/, Sr., w Senator! Edward.W.director Brooke, (and R- .--f'. :- '. !W)

dentist In Pensaeola.
wife of a +
.Mass.) have been awarded honorary I ,
(
U was also said that the percentage os
doctor of humane letters {
'
Increased.
might be degrees from Boston Unlver .:
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There were eight Negroes on .
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the Eugene slate McCarthy pledged and to more Senator on aUf.During commencement. .o .. 4\: :;;'i
exercises Wilkins cited
was ; .
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plate.Tuskegee
Scott Kelly's unpledged! ; .
president, .
by the university's I
Arland F. Chrlst-Janer, for .., j'I
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s "an effective
forgoing agency ,
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V for the cooperation of whites anc J
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blacks In the Interest of social Zs.s. .

Justice." ; > ..
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Receives Honors SCLC$ Plans Many Uving in a slum just might be man's and labor and private citizens. .. inside What about you? Wtjotvprjou are, V

NOBLE BLACKWELL" most degrading experience. and outside the slum. White and Negro whatever you do, you, (n;,your own way,

From Auburn U. Noble V. Blackwell has been Boycotts In U.S. alike. For the job will take years and can help. And you can pgln today t
and And but the sickness of
appointed lee-president slowly, visibly, t cost billions. But concerted action- lib '
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.- general manager of Radio CHICAGO-(NPr>-S 1 m u 1- these slums is becoming the now-can be effective. For the very Forsuggestiorisa u ptsof ,
Three registered quarter Satin WYOL In NasbTllle. -taneous of business
boycotts sickness of our cities. cities that ate suffering most have at constructive action you, your business,
horses from Tuskegee Institute WVOL bone of ft chain of districts la 50 major cities are
received honors and recognition RousavlUe Radio Stations, with being organised by Operation their command human and economic religious, social/;;:?t chv[organization
recently at the Registered headquarters: In Atlanta. Two Breadbasket, economic arm d Look at the f figures. One third of this resources unequalled anywhereelse can take, send for the tree booklet,. '

Quarter Horse Show presented stations are la Florida WFUN the Southern Christian Leader- country's jobless are concentrated in in the world. "Whose Crisls/ / ?/$ t$" .
by the Block and Bridle Clubof m Miami and WDAE Tampa, snip conference. our cities' slums.47% of these tl :

Auburn University. The show Blackwell assumed his duties Encampments like Resurrection families are on welfare. Is it any wonder It's everyone's problem.That's why we Institute of Life m1c' d 0
.
held the Auburn campus. ltpmdiately.'Tampa City be set In the
was on may up b"
ta qu :)
then that much and diseaseis
so crime ask everyone to act directly and 277 Park Avenue
The School of Agriculture's target cities '
Tequesqulte Lady 25,a quarter Youth Gets But according to the Re,.Zeus bred there? vigorously in this crisis. Help is neededto New York, N.Y.1Odr: t tau i "

horse mare received tap L. Jackson, Breadbasket director build and improve housing, to create On behalf of the Life Insurance .
recognition winning a first place boycott plans "are not yet The future of our cities depends in job-training centers, to evaluate Companies in America i J* ".
trophy In poll bending and ft Med ScholarshipA ftDal." large part on what we do today about hiring in 'NuJ-1o.
practices, participate
barrel
In
third racing place competition.ribbon Tampa youth has been named' Simmy Davis, Lauds our slums. It's a job that must rest community programs of health e-rojjalf 9' .i '. "

Two staff ins belonging to the U one of 134 Negre studentsin primarily with government. But it's a and education. vo3aan'

school of Veterinary Medicine the and UJ.grants-ln-aid to receive scholarships : aimed-' Kennedy As Leader job that also needs the help of business X iY .J.

earned three ribbons In competition assistance to As businessmen, we are dismayed at .." \: '.. \
Brass Bars won. at offering LONDON-CNPT)-The fatal *:"% ki* v "&
gecong place in pole bending and Negroes la medicine.He shooting of Senator Robert F. the economic consequences shouldwe OflHI ,- \* in1

fourth place In barrel racing.: Is WUlle Strawter, 3919i, Kennedy so upset entertainer '. fail to heed this call to action.As ... .
Over Tuff Joe placed sixth In Nassau Street, tl-year-old Sammy Davis Jr., during his ;.. a; '. men, we are appalled at the prospect of Z---' P... : t '. '" a
the Halter Class for four years graduate of Stetson Universityand performance of "Golden Boy"
and older stallions. Jefferson High School.. that the halted the play. "For t > greater personal tragedy. ,19mcsT.0 ,"I'If' L. :

The Tuskegee ustltute entries A total of $190,000 wasawarded once, my heart Is not In the ",:0, '
(
are among ZO horses given to to 134 Negro students for theatre," said Davis, a frleDl1or ( 4' .j' i', #\. Y .1 ,It: ,
the school u a gift by H. E. study la UjS. medical schools. tU late Senator and Presidential : r 0 .ii'' 'Sf.t: i\lI1J1l1.! t"tI:7: ,:, '

Huddle of Cincinnati,.Ohio, la The awards range from |900 ; aspirant The Watch for three special television reports on"The Cities" sponsored by the Institute of Life In jurancVon
August, 1967. Dr. Raymond B. to $%.000 a year.. entertainer described Kennedy network June 24. 25.and 26... 1011 P.M., E. D.T,Check your TV listings for local time and channel..t .. : ):
Institute Strawter will attend Emory u the "only man who (could '
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Adams of Tuskeggee -i" \ 1.' ,; '. .... :
School with :
Medical have ) the between ,
supervised and....lstecl1apr. University bridged gulf fie
paring the horses.for_the show. hlsjrant. black .and white la America.. ": "







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Electronics Is Newest

Austme TTUr! lets Gofiek4c' Svelte by SINS

I La Advance in Home Sewing ;-"' "
4.i r. '
fa.1. I Electronic, the wonder miUng achievement of the century U av sae aerwsnaow '
'IR.. t4..e Jr
t' ._ \_.. currently.bringing new, hitherto undreamed-of aase to home sew r+ over.ra.n.r. : .'...'. ., .,
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R' The linger Company has pro- tig-tag and chalnstltchlngl PLAY -EM RIGHT ..
...< a solid-state speed control This new Slner sewing machine The hardest thing about fishIng -
for the benefit of lady is mighty handsome, too, a far Is getting strikes But probably .
Maters 1, that means transistor- cry from the black iron creations the most disheartening la
to hook a possible trophy then
i1al' teed) that literally performs that sewing machines used lose the fish before It a netted.
....r.. For Instance, one can (tQ be. Lightweight! It'.stream Landing fish say the expertsat
a aetraUly stand beside the machine lined, comes in a soft off-white Mercury outboard. alwSys
with the operating controller shade and has a smart gold- Involvrs .some luck but, by 1
it hand and make perfectMtoajholes. colored front panel and a gold- using the right techniques, the
Of coarse, most colored needle. No wonder The odds lavor.can .be shifted in your
:' win prefer to sit down while Singer Company calls it their t
.Hat buttonholes It'. so Golden "Touch Sew"IScarves! W-
staple, Just a matter of setting
fte selector setting,flipping the
witch on the built-in button- Ret urn To Tops
bur, setting the length, then
A1 ki I A!
: J ....., perfect round-end but As Fashion :Style Modes
A r orioles every time and in sec.athdat *
With fashion literally a-
; WMB with buttoned-up fashions' NEW YORK-Women have al''rays worn scarves, but suddenly
Ire shirt dresses,coat dresses they've become the number one i fashion accessory. This may be !t
rr skirts and military looks, Isn't due to the status appeal of the i signature scarf, but It's evidente
Me sw built-in buttonholer a on every price level. In fact, th $40,square signed by a Frenche
amfou Idea? couturier, is turning up in th same wardrobe u the printed _
There's"Professional" cotton bandana from the local Imestore..

taaftotor accessory, too, that One reason that scarves are
laws seven different kinds of la such demand is the new a* .T Told
bvttonhoks from tiny eyelets toboajal warness of employing them to
ones, all mechanically., park a wardrobe.A printed& )

LoU of sewers have owned up
to being a little scared of their
machines, to having a feeling !
*at me machine is literally I Iil
1 rating away"with them.This II I tiLIj't'S

new wonder machine lets the +

ewer set the maximum speed t tj
a( which she likes to sew, at t' 'r il!
anywhere from fast to slow,and
.e olid-state speed control
bes the speed constant no ,
.ner how. thick or thin the
ttbrle being sewn. Leather,
....-taeed fabrics, bulky accessories desenre to be
No. R.215SluI SMlto&s, canvas or the thinnest framed u works of art. In
12.20SLEE1'ELE5S of silks and sheers all sew with- fact, some women place them
elf t a pause or hitch. under the glass- top of a coffee
square lanes obionf becomes a table, titters to serve as decoration -
..
ttrpe sheath fashion fa* IMmam Iris e4 There's another amazing ae-
didihwtkwhn/ the V cut Wk and *_r .. ertllwd. eecaory for this machine that terrific punctuation to your out* for the room, instead
fit when yon loop U over the
Slim dirt' bonds the.LIAe Ms one sew perfect circles
with MiUIr timing. a isms. I
handle
A
of fold t
loojx-d! tit ttiilrr.(rutil. Smart in soft ,is. .,...,. ... from two to tea inches in diameter ed paisley your bandana handbag.worn over ,
khuiiUlltg. Just u easily u doing the forehead is the finishing TbAL( beautiful evening gown features circle stir Meg esj a % .. IMhft.* .. Y trlr. lormid'
1'ikr SI It.215 I I. available in plats< ... A tip. Il.e traight tewing. The possibUl touch to your peasant skirt and .Into a glamorous, expensive look. Metallic thread has hew vet tafta crepe IMS ben woven.
14 Ulri 2V4 vunli of 44 liith" fabric. StmM taatjr 1 Me rrree circle-hi.. blouse. A midi dripping with with lures and gets an expensive air by its allow atttchsaf ef saw aare....

:" for ram 14 are Uurt 34. Watt 26. lift Tat, lace looks right with a thirties
The bobbin's another home
print voile scarf worn with the

.Send one Dollar for pattern plus I erase. vrlin fc evE t* twitf fte needle boon at; U the fills touch right from of abwMoal ;point over one shoulder. Freedom of Choice Tikis
k. No Stamp. For Fir. .dana mailingewes. sera- led I tt has helped earn the Fashionable women are collecting I
Oni>IMIar flouwishNENACSTINEl.AThen1'l111A"Ylt fl[ MM "Touch It Sew" for this scarves la t glorious Over In Fashion Scot
# -rompUc' wlrction of High Pa-kbit. aVaajaai Wrta-JaB*_ ALL assortment of prints. Ranging 'Ii. -
MIl the other Singer sewing ...,
iTrt....llrrSmd lo ALSTINF.: MAR Fa-ttai.BMft, (th.w.1 Mainat that .have this unusual from the traditional and authen* The Fashion Platform for Fill *6I pffers 10M"+Iag. far .. .e.aeg ........... ......
your nrtupapa).Box 161S. C.P.O, N1II.'l.. Mft. Mrs. ........ And/his wonder mac. tie Puccl design to stained- r.I r.. everyone Never before has there been such an arrtf ef Jeeree liNt .........
hour full name a drrss, PATTERN MMWAIall! ... kia. sews three ways: straight\ glass art nouv-au pattern*and fashion looks. Fre4fttt fCloi a RttlmiSunresM.' ...somad Imr.net..
pop-art prints; some of these .1 I ,11 Colors are liberal this season, feminine or rhtetrarfr 1' taft* 6i. ..... lean '" ranging from the classic shades ored. Leading the party to ate ..../ag Taa tee yew..
_0# ... of for aa individual. of grey.cameL..brown. the belted waist, aDd 11&I"nalMrpleats t*we-t tmt see.U(ao.1 bona)
i Regardless of how you use 'Autumn hues of gold..plmento .and matirj..liaMaaJackets ... la .*.. tn.,...... Whet
HI IIiD BRAND SUGAR CURED them, In this year of the scarf!, red..orangy- squash...bright vests and skirts= ..a1do MMup. Shoes bug
I SHOP you can't: live without them. blue and brilliant creeL Important ..T7T.T
too, are the Victoriancolors A. Summer con be a real
SLICED : of ecru..rose and baby dry without something to do.
I Now that plastic patent hand- pink...moss green..and mauve WM yo would like to doT tolimni -
.t: bats are accepted at year-around. and the stained-glass colors ofroysla Jr'ahDrwhtWork to theater Vittt your
fashion accessories remember toudssponfre redsM.and lord mmmer theater and volHMMT .
all surfaces often emerald.;blue.i.jewel.. Glares to paint accacry or helpaanr

The Fabric Plank includes Rubber glove, which are. ...... during performaoc -
and
Detergent for
"Soap a feed way lo tee them fr.elN
le BACON Home Laundering" Is the comprehensive tailored mehsvear fabrics of penuble to aome women, CM pt.- yea lie children offer to
title of the newest clean. wilt;.orlon..i n d bonded tact hand properly only If IIoep\ read for them at the library -
up booklet published by the U.S. acrylics. For a softer romantic scrupulously clean. After ..., or be a* assistant counielor at
of Agriculturethatwatchdog look cast vote for the wash them In sudsy water riMe
Department ,your a pieygrouad Dual off that un-
of homemaker interest. Victorians..voile...cotton... thoroughly, and dry them .. a sad bicycle and go oa aa oil41 -
It tell the difference between eyelet. This season fashion and convenient little glove caddy whichholdi Mk-ka\ with your friend
I soaps and detergenta and give practicality form a winning each glove upright and epee MA a beach of wUd-colored
to
permit rood drainage 04 air
instruction on their use. coalition.: "Stop The Press",,circulation paper Bower, plan a picnic

The store that 1 IB. PK6.97t Home For your and copy Garden, send Bulletin( cent No.for .and fabrics pattern come Imaginable.in every Team fabric It vow'r:,..,, th..e: :&:::; tau ...... s..... wlia karate* up, shape your dream up your dress.figure lean,

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39"to the Superintendent of Doc.ununU wr iwunming' do every.
with Soil Release and havea
about 49 Washington D.C. 2040.1. you When you launder fabrics wkollreleae thing you've beta dying to do
ticket that cant be
cares yowl winning
a finish keep tM tease drab winter month!
Zi LIII. beat for easy care forever. I ...,.d whoa
Many type of plastic dishes areas washer load small ao the suds -W 9. t-4 wegay
i translucent a*'china and are K-Partisan Patterns..1 o o k mane can circulate readily. AUe ......s-kder don ther..1.
safe in the hot water required for for plaids la wonderful Fall use a*much (or even a little aw-*) **--. Wa got aid
ji hygienic dishwashing by hand or toned hues..look for menswear soap or detergent. the a a.M aw a-y dote? Ami vbe
machine. Set these on pretty plat patterns such as glen plaids... recommended on the coatainer. Pea Bte the seats aid If
FOR COOKING OR SHIM, SHOP AT YOUR tic placemats or a printed plastic herrlngbones..tweeds and Asiea. ...... who we're wkhmar
table cover and you have a gay argyles. Romantics come in Hot weather hou.ekeeyUc amuse.A. .
A&P WAREHOUSE summer setting fit for even distinguished strong la French ribbon hort-euta include using Ue ere*. .. The -comc.s
ere/1 i for the to fellowthe
girl
39o guest to-table dish.. and the !... *. *
CRISCO OIL !11.. lITtlE prlnts..tlny flower springs and tiller down the aid with
STORE cooking equipment which who
beach small paisleys. Capturing the after-meal mare boy. following the girl. U
3000 W. 45TH ST. lent make" ex-On remainder of the patterns votes wah-up a rtaek. aW at no usher, the boy pre-
"bedspreads.
summer
are plaids,both large and small. ado the girl down the aisle.
OLE Oil LD41TWIS5.00oa mmmBWfm IKLUHMG. CIGARETTES PRICES IN THIS cool extra nights blankets-and, they can are double much a* The Shape of Tilings to Come... The tat goo Into the row of
shapes will be either soft and ssw ant. She boy. follow ....
easier to launder often
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w. The Cool Tang Of ,RECIPES! Super, ,Summer Soda

PINEAPPLE Plat VT MIFFS
) can pineapple H teaspoon seasoned salt
a cup grated Cheddar cbeeM
butter 1 cup sifted flour '
tidbits on paper towels to drain. :Blend together a' 4t
and cheese Add flour, mixing until smooth. Shape
balls,enclosing one pineapple tidbit Inside each. Place z
greased baking sheet. Prick tops Bake In moderate
w degrees P) 10 to IS minutes until lightly browned.
I 2M down.
1C DILL DIP Drain I (pound 4-H-ounce) can
chunks. Serve on picks with dip made by mixing 1
sour cream and 1 teaspoon dill weed. '

f Plant Pearadlse Salad : I :

.13 os) can or jar 1 tablespoon chopped
.
plum pear halves 2 crystallised tablespoon chopped ginger .ti
French dressing walnut i
If *cream cheese Crisp lettuce
.
cream Toasted sesame seed
curry powder
plums and pear.Pour French dressing over pear
ii', Tangy lime juice and fluffy miniature Soften cream cheese with cream. Add curry powder
Lime Light Pie both name and taste. : walnut Pit plum and fill with cream cheeee mixture.
+r out question I deserve the limelight. and drained pears on lettuce-lined: plates.Sprinkle
Made I from easy pie crust mix, the CHECK"h sesame seeds. Makes 6 salads. ns
golf a breezy warm weather Wet-but
I garnished its the delicious ,'
Try It soon STEAK RAISIN TOASTWICHES .'
sr cab steaks 4 tomato does ,
ti t.
I Ume light Pie I teaspoons lemon Joke
Maketomt-in salt 1 tablespoon finely chopped
; Crash 2% parsley (;*r .F
.
ralata bread Water
One half pkg (1 cup)
Flako Pie Crust Mix \ pan fry steak In 1 tablespoon butter until lightly!
.. 2 tablespoons roM water on each aide. Sprinkle with seasoned salt and pepper.
Filing/ : butter raisin bread. Top 4 siloes! with steaks; keep 1' 43a
1 envelope unfavored '"4 > tablespoon butter to pan dripping. Add tomato i
gelatine 8 cook lightly on both sides. Sprinkle with lemon Jutes ,
U cup lime juice U Place tomato slice on top of each steeL Add 1 rt,;.. t
.. water to skillet. Heat quickly and spoon sauea
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* *.* Baha'i Conference Agenda Enjoying A Birthday Party Still FishingIs

',: ..., "' Good Style

Lists Prominent Citizens .r:
NEW AND UCCD CAMPtT AND OUOitINOLCUM For DriftersMIAMI
ALL Slit ,
A regional conference on "Pr'Ju41etaDdBamzR1&bta'b of
SPECIAlS 1.95 fifteen in continental BEACH Fla. -These
9X12 5'95 UXI2 will be held Saturday aDdSUD day,June tl and U, at the Sbtratca- I midsummer days compose per
6X9 3.50 12X15 I3-95 Four Ambassadors Hotel sponsored by the Miami Baha'i 'i { ::1' baps the best time of the year

LINOLEUM CITY Community under the auspices: of the North American Baha'i to try still fishing and Jiggingoff
Office for Human Rights NABOHR). : Miami Beach, although this
SPECIAL Cut To Your ROm! Size Dr. Daniel Jordan, Director Duties." f' f". popular but little publicized

ARMSTRONG Cushioned Floor Now $2.00 A Yard of the Institute for Research: In Also attending the confereICe'wUl .. ,: mode of angling produces many
Human BQMviorstiDdlanagtate! be Mrs Juliette B.Bar ord, fish every week,winter or sum
c/to19A tSifvttman aaea N.W. TTM AVI. MIAMI University, and director of the Executive: Director of NABOHR.Mrs. < ." ",' .'Ii. mer.
MANAOP r17402hroln / Upward Bound program of the Boford at present directs Y L ,', ) Most visitors rent rail space
Office Economic: Opportunity. the Business and Professional on a drift or party boat for,
Nil bMtO O will outline the purpose for Women's Croup of the Sears, jigging, and therefore do not
uloes calling these conferences at the Roebuck YMCA la Chicago, iJi'i'' get the personal Instruction
.. opening banquet 6:30 P.M. on. where she is the first Negro 0 available on the charter craft
; I Friday June 21. elected to Its boe.r4'rl41rlct.: : that take out not more than
t ..-,.-.. Judge,Donald Wheeler Jones, ors. She! has received DIJ'OI1I' t :; I. six people. The drift boat cost
City of Miami Municipal Court, awards for her work la human ji.jt' ; ranges around $5 u opposed
and former president of the relations the state minds, to more than twice that figure
BAILEY'S DRY CLEANERS Miami Chapter of the NAACP, including a citation by the Mayor -. for the Individually engaged
will be the keynote speaker at of Chicago la 19M u a member charter: boat.' But with a little
the banquet. His subject will be of the Chicago Ball of Fame know-how, still fishing as opposed
"These Ominous TimesSomeObservations. for her outstanding services to T to trolling or casting: ,

I4NW .4 'T MIAMI FLOHIOA ." the community. GUEST' at a California Wine{mMRi,4aSTAR party gtvea" recently la the tropical' atmosphere of the can produce Just u much and
August H. Vanden Bosche,Executive Tat RoomChicago, was Miss Hilda Barnes, the "golden girl" from: the cast of the SammyDavis' :: often more, action.
Director of the Florida "Golden Boy." At the party, given to benefit the American Cancer Society; Miss Deep Jigging, additionally, Is
Your professional beautician Council on Human Relations, lewis Branch Barnes received a birthday presentof California wine from Lou House, director, Councilfor Just as' rigorous u casting: ,and
knows the answer... win be the keynote speaker at Bio-Medical Careers, Chicago. NPI Photo can: yield Impressive fish.
Specialists in this field work
10 A.M. for the five workshops
'Saturday morning His subjectwin Teenagers Are reefs u far down u 150 feet.
be "What are the Issues Miami They use a two to threeounceJig
hair be
Can your damagedfrom and Problems Involved Miami Guests Enjoying- .. Miami with 10-pound line on stiff
Coordinators and subjects for : spinning rods or IS-pouncI1lDe

brushing, alone? the workshops are: (1)) Miss KwUI 'Foar fortunate Ueeagers :.jj ShortsMIAMI on ping rods with plenty of
Marie Roberta, Counselor at backbone. The Jig is worked
an from Jacksonville'sLewis : from the bottom in
Brownsville Junior High School upward sharp
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural "The School and the Comm; Branch of the YMCA, sweeps until it reaches near
elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals, im unity-PattDers for human art la Miami this week and are MIAMI -Those the surface, then Is allowed to
properly used, also take their toll.not to mention simple attempts rights" (2)) Dr.Cordon Foster, attending the GAFSimmer Coa* graceful coconut palms seen settle again and the process '
at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of Co-director, South Florida terence. They are Beverly Ka* every where in Miami Beach .
natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and School Desegregation Consulting tjram fourteen years of age, atTtea keep crews from the parkadepartment rF sited.Ma feet of leader Is
dull looking hair. Center "Problems Inhuman and a tenth grader.Two'other : busy harvesting nsed. Some prefer wire, othersa '
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristlesactually Relations Education young ladies art la the conuts, not for sale but to prevent heavy monpfUament, say up
brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair (3)) Reverend. Bruce L.Robert- group, namely BUas Thompaoaand Injury to residents and to '60-pound test. 'Where bait Is
that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians ton, Minister, New. Covenant Martha Kitchen, 112 visitors. A crack on the head used rather than Just a Jig,
claim that nothing beats ClalroT condition* Beauty Pack Treat. Presbyterian Church;"Chang- years of age. from a ripe coconut tailing off mullet strips, shrimp and pilchards
ment for overcoming brittleness,' dryness and breakage. Ing the Hearts of Mea:" (t) Miami has beeachoMB for this a tree could be serious, therefore all are popular>> Just u
leaving hair lively end easy to manage condition Is an eaiy-to- Mr. Irwin S. Futerfas Assistant thrilling trip, Inasmuch u It It the nuts are removedwtlle la normal bottom fishing la
work-with creme which tan even be applied during a chemical Director of the Economic considered a miniature of what atm small and green which the bait Is allowed to
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been Opportunity Legal Smites the, world win be la the tutor ,1JJ drift without much rod action.
previously relaxed condition' Is the ultimate In repairing deep. Program toe;"Economics and Miami's population Is Bade lit MIAMI BEACH Fla,-Greyhound Deep Jigging Is successful: on

down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers, Social Rights:" andS)Mr.Juan of an races The CAT Seamer Rot* Lacas and Beverly &.cnII, both enttntUsttc ''f.,.... of racing la a year around many species, Including king
hairdressers turn to new Clalrol Hair Dew*-the lotion conditioner Jose Tarajano. chairman: of the Conference has drn'IFoaIII together the Lewis Branch of the YWCA are attending a 'YW conference: pari-mutuel sport for Miami mackerel. bonito, snapper Jack
that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant Ethics Commission for RadIo people from Geor&ilAIaII.aa la Miami this week. Two other young ladles are la the party. Beach vacationers. There are and African pompano. Tie
conditioner.:When applied regularly by your beautician Clalrol and Television for 13 years la' aad tram other pans of They have covered many subjects) : la their conferences and have tour tracks withlng IS miles of deeper water also tsually produces .

Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to pre-Castro Cuba "Has ..a.RIIIII1bt Florida. busbies found,time to take In the sights of the city and engage' In the the city, one of them within. tilealll11ctpe.l larger. fish, particularlyla ', .
Many subjects) Three .
hair that blends will notice and admire. boundaries. '
your many Key to World programs afforded by the TW. will return species that usuny.dsp
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. Peace." discussed this week. However. alter the Closest of the conference: Saturday. All tour are accompanied horse tracks lathe area operate amid the reefs such as snapper:
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other The luncheon speaker was, the it Is tbehopeofthoMplannini by Mrs. Delores Pearson Baker. only la winter. and grouper.
will have
causes that all human hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized Attorney Harold L. Braynon, program that It r
periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask former Assistant State's Attor- nmtchlnc affects BOB the
Mere ..au.
this expert to check the condition of your hair toey General who served as legal YWCA Camilla Williams' Voice
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure advisor to Technical Assistance Time has bees take out for Two-Decade CharmNEW Hunt.
tua. There have bee splash Retains Bahama Treasure
CowrlMyefCtolrtllne. : Program of the State
eWMDIInc.|%? ATM .
Department of aVhratloa. Ills parties, yuhttrt.sQubCbesweMsnrtltriMs YORK-Capttvating Camilla Williams Internationally
subject will be "...... aad. andcc pooL famous star of concert and opera whose voice has charmed: millions Comes in Fall
_tit
throughout the world more than two decades: was heard
and general sightseeing. The NASSAU Bahamas-The sixth tanual i Batnmas Flying Treasure
in one of the top performances of her career recently: at the
when than 400
Jacksonville YWCA Is located: Bunt will get under way on No ember 11 more
at US West Eighth Overseas' Press Club In this.man's town. ."flyersfrom all parts of the United States and Canada are
Singing the songs that Martin Again the traditional truth that scheduled to drop>> In for six days of dying fin and games.
Luther King, Jr., loved the singing and artistic perfection
pure the
Competing for grand priceof to Iud at Nassau International
concert was sponsored by the
la artist comes only
: an
)t a plot of land on one of the Airport to turn In their answers
)usic Committee of the Overseas with time and vast experience
T..uI Tornadoes Press Club as memorial' of the world be Islands, some 125 private to Treasure Hunt officials
?'LW lORk-Oik- of ihriivtrc to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on fore the countless stages audiences was planes will take to the air After a day's rest they will
dultinut IMMMW II l-iiimxl l 1\ Fifteen or twenty years of evident In Camilla Williams November 12 la search: of landmarks attend a banquet at one of Nas
Ttx v-vliUli It his III m.Oy) opera concert and oratorio before this and other clues to be mars hotels. The winners will
IT |KI t.-it thai II iow nil ."h", singing In the cities and capitals : performance gathering of world famous reporters Identified from photographs.Over be announced and prizes will
IUlln in the nuinlxr of lurnadon. of the world has not dim- and critics who have the past five years, the be awarded.If-as in last year's
u\. ilic Iiuiiranrr liilormiltnu meet the dlY&'. voice one whit. heard the best of them aroundthe treasure hunt has become a contest there Is more than one
11I\l lnlC'. Dining Uiryt Co the contrary: this reporter globe wherever music was favorite event for private plane winner lots will be drawn. The
.n l2! .IWi.! Trial vas hui precelved: a mellow maturity and pilots lathe past participants "winner" Is the pilot who find
i h\' JR7 torn. dnn. flowing from the lady's larynx played One wonders sung.why Miss Williams have come from u tar Swlt-ul&t1A 'Ul or the greatest number of

which glistened and glowed with who "broke the color America, England the clues
Saudi Arabia
and
sensed
each fastidious phrase she sang. barrier" in 1946 when she sang The Flying' Treasure Bunt lathe
the leading role in Madam Butterfly
aerial counterpart: of a
with the New York City
PHONC' 7B7-aj1S scavenger hunt and was conceived
Center Opera Company, and
: by Bans Croeahoff
COOPER'S REUPHOLSTERYPick continued: with them season aviation adviser for the Robinson Blair
made the
after season never
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism

Up And Delivery Service 'Met In .nearly Certainly!all the she great was beard opera which 1PMI'. sponsors the event each Named Best In

houses of Europe, but never the AI a direct result of contest:

WILUAMS. M... ftO MIAMI..W. 04TMGKO. FLDidDA STRUT Met. and Us popularity, the number The Sports Poll
.of private planes traveling to
the Bahamans each year has NEW YORK-The Minnesota
skyrocketed from 1,500 to 25, Twins have the top>> individual
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i" .... 000 In the past five years., ,
r \0" '."':... Two new features have been. according to a poll of A.L.
.\, 1 added to this year's hunt, the managers appearing In the current
"' "Record Sale"Now
; t
r t. first being a clause In the riles Issue of SPORT Magazine.
stating that past winners of top The poll which rates every
prizes are Ineligible for the player In the league at every

Yon Can Order Any Top Hit Tune You Hear t same awards insubsequent. con- position, lists four Twins as
tests. The second Is the tops at their respective posts.
Any Place From awarding of a "Bahamas The tour are first baseman
1 I.Carter's I. Trophy" to the winner of the Harmon Klllebrew, second
British Ughtplane Racing baseman Rod Cirew, right-
Record Center thtmploosb1p. This will Include fielder Tony Olin and starting
I
rouDdtrlp travel between pitcher Dean Chance
'i'i Ytvi I England and the Bahamas, a The only other clubs in tie
'
1 At These Low Prices $ t plus, .10 For holiday la the Bahamas, parti. league to have more than ooV
dpatlon la the treasure bunt player) listed u tops position

and Handling. and a chance: to win the plot are the Baltimore Orioles and
Frank, Williams Hailing of land or one of the other fhe California Angels with two-
valuable prises. each.: The Orioles' Brooks
I I. This WII 'S' special I The contestants: this year will Robinson and Paul Blair were
be welcomed at West End Grand named best In the SPORT poll'
And His Rocketeers .I: Dr. Martin Lather Kill's .latest L.P. Bahama on November 11.Opening at third base and incenterfield: ,
respectively, u were Angel
I ceremonies will be held at
r Featuring LITTLE BEAVER '1 This L.P. (I HAVE A DREAM and I HAVE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP; the Grand ** **." & Hotel MCoaatry shortstop Jim Fregols'&ad
Club and will be relief pitcher Minnie Rojas.'

I I "Soul Stuff' "Do Right Man" "I Feel My Loye Coming" Dowif*.. 1 and many more, at this low price $ .3 ? 9 Plus 25 .t f attended officials by Bahamas and by Government aviation' Boston Carl Yastrtmeskl'Red Sox Is the number of the

celebrities one choice in left field while
Appearing Nightly handling and mailing. Full line of Gospel tunes; Send check or money order to I On Novermber 12, after a Bill Freehaa of the Detroit
pilots' briefing and the distribution Tigers Is rated the top catcher

I CLUB. Carter's Record Center of treasure hunt cues, Ita the managers' poll.PICE .
NIGHT BEAT :
: I II. the eobrnl fleet of planes will.

i I. 9401 N.W. 17th. Ave. Miami, Fla, t tab Qa to Friday the air, November 15., the BUY U. S. ,
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Promoted By Coca Cola 'The National Business League pioneer private economic ,S f
News
Digest -. development association founded by Booker T. Washington la ;y.
1900, primarily for Negro businessmen, will convene for its V68th
>*nato PRESS INTERNATIONAL
| Annual Convention In Cleveland, Ohio at the Sheraton vt'

v *** Cleveland oa September 8.6.. and 7. % .
The League's Preside, commialty aid minority
OttftnOKsUjUT10liV. Berkely G. Burrell Washing businessmen la inner city pro'J
ton, D.C.,"announced that tbIaJ'Mf'
jects. :'The National Business
t1RI 1 .-,A to hare convention
more white settlertsii '. will be a League specialises 1a :J
N11sg ... barred from next October's Olympic Games in "national workshop" oa rebuilding promoting entrepreneurship

1liiles CKr was launched last week by the 39 African-mem- ld 1 1T r : and redeveloping the and minority small business
tor eejatrles ef tie United Nations. The bar Rhodesian' 'Inner city la which wide cross growth, u well U management -
ftxls a_ a l Ike Olanplcs would be taken to the International T : section of national leadership, ,' trainees and franchises __
Opiate' eeeattlttee, which has already denied parmlislon of ff' .; Is Invited to participate. among minority groups.
!legs Africa: to participate.AB&fAK A keynote speaker win be Delegates from over 80

Mayor Carl B. Stokes who has chapter cities win be present.
_< LOAN organized the Cleveland Now

,. program.
(OU'I)-The Ivory Coast has become the first of Corporations organizing Joint DrTkurwan
the fcvetoptsg African independent nations to secure a $13- ventures with "ghetto" entrepreneurs J

flllo* lou from the Eurodollar capital market, based entirely or locating plants In Cites Black
p to credit ef the government and not connected with any the inner city government and
gmraaMntal or nstltutlonal aid commitments. The money is : Federal agency representativesand
te to ftMf to provide additional financing for a low-cost housing franchisors are expectedto As Powerful

prop** and' other developments in towns and Tillages i n the .. attend a series workshops DAYTONA BEACH, Fla,-
......tet. with League members Their
(NPI>-The 177 lfIduatt.olBetllllDtcoota.
alms are better utilisation of' .. College,
.TWCWrORDCGAULLEPIMCOBW community resources antt
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beard Dr. Howard Thurmaa,
'government and the
Frasce-$ Louis-bora French-natural- .t. I creation of Joint programs ventures between noted educator Negro theologian declare,at minister baccalaureate -

set cttlBM Josephine Baker threw her support and that of two larege and small business services, recently
of let Mtpte ehfldrea \ to economically develop the
behind President de Gaulle, during the that "now' black Is a word of
recent crisis which gripped the country. Miss Baker led some ghetto. and "
dignity
iWt tf tot ten's inhabitants The National Business League power
on a march through the town It Taking as his theme"balance
aiepBtac first at a liberty tree planted In 1870. and ending up operates Project Outreach In thinking. by Individuals, he
at a war amaortal, where she placed a wreath bearing. a tricolor II cities a management said
"'" training project sponsored by "1& mtlffetlBM' .have
swung
the Office of Economic
...- Opportunity all the way aroaDd.TbIrtr yearsago
MINING DEVELOPMENT. Billy avis, center, Is the person who produce tto Coca-Cola. Corporation. ; Dorothy Lane auditor, Chess Producing; Jack and Economic we Negroes had to be restrained
commercials beard on radio stations la America Re has beta Sutton, secretary for Chess and Ralph Bass, gospel musk Development Administration. If someone called Hblack.
NOUAKCHOTT Maurttanla-(NPI)-Tbe Akjoujt copper dapeslts promoted to the post of Untie Director at McCann-Erkkson director for Chess. Davis was formerly bead of tile artist and Increasingly NBL Is becoming The struggle once was ___
to to lahara desert are to developed by the MaurttanIM Advertising Agency and Is shows her with wellwishers, from repertoire department. Let Dale Photon the vehicle for Joint ventures to break down the great waQ
gwcrasMrt under a $60 million investment program sponsored left: Ted Kender, marketing department; Chess Producing between the larger business and get the races together. )'Ti

by MKnu-Soclete Miners de Uaurltanle. The project .J

,*s to ees4 contribute largest significantly mining venture: .to the In the nation's country economy-Is expect by Negro Market Index Shows' j I Dr. Brimmer Is Kennedy Killing You DON'T RAVE TO CO TO TOWN TO GET "...

pretetaf u average of about 90,000 metric tons of copper
eosceetrates a year. Location of Buying PowerThe Clark Graduate Causes SCLC Shift LOW PRICES .3

Nil MONEY Senior SpeakerThe WASHINGTON-(NPO-T h e
dymanlcs of food and grocery store buying patterns among assassination of Senator RobertF.
LW.ucsA-KPf-June 1 marked the nation's 12,000,000 Negroes will be revealed to marketing Kennedy has resulted la
the first
day of the most dramatic
appearaace management by a new' audit research service launched Job opportunities a shift of la NEEDS
ef tto new Kwacha-UO-note which Is to be the new Just by for young Negroes today goals the Poor DRUG) STORE :
legal tsaawr throughout the nation., The basis color of the billwhlc Audits t Surveys Inc., the second largest marketing research will come as direct result People's campaign A vast national .
% portrays the aver National Assembly building side arm in IM V,5. of "the of educational program to ,.1
on
one application
The new service, called Negro the best of our knowledge that end violence
t4 with awtaOs from Zamblaa wood and hatred la the Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store rot
eartnp-.U The electronic techno-
mauve. computer
bill BMasura M/II by 1 ICInchel.Celllclion Market Index, Is keyed to food the Negro market"has been* logy" Andrew F.Brimmer told .United States has beta announced WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV., IN TOUR LOCAL fviSEAFOOD
stores located in metropolitan clearly segmented, he said. and prayer '1Ua1l'lJ1 Prescriptions. I h.t
114 graduating seniors Clark PAPERS. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors )
areas with a heavy concentration '0 has become Increasinglyapparent be held at the White House and
of Negro population It to manufacturers that College Monday.Brimmer the
UJB. Capital aa effort to I:.
Of King enables national and regional IB purchasing certain commodities the first and only have the Vietnam War stopped.The .
manufacturers to mull Negroes display: Negro to serve oa the Board activities
art designed to
Sptichis Appears June 26 their marketing impact oa the aa Influence disproportionate 'of Governors of the W. Federal help ".nd the hatred and violence Dixie Pharmacy oil:
Reserve System said that
Negro population tit providing to their actual Bombers. But which Is destroying the .oj.
As ft memorial to, and a reminder of, the ideas of Martin retail sales, Inventory and distribution until DOW' then has been a the Job challenge for young Negroes .country. according to march
Letter King Jr., a eolleclioa of speeches: he made shortly before data on specific brands, lack of practical Information} traditional is fields DO longer lathe leader Hoses WOllams. 1302 RINGS ROAB AT MYRTLE'S;
his tea* will be published on June 26 by Harper Row. Titled ia various product categories.The this Important area has been government

Tto Trwapets of Couelt ." the book includes a forewardby COCP-Cola Company already treated only u part of the whole service He said and that the prollll1OG1.I BRING YOUR NEWS Pkui 353.5511 po
Caret Scott King. has contracted for the and Dot U aa Individual market
of soft drink category Solomon with Us owa dynamics." negation, m o s to THE FLORIDA STAR liCit
IvrvBjswat tto series both morally and socially. He Negroes la the put either PAY YOU HATER All
Hurt 4, ftVMgk Dr. KIng cites the cuts la the poverty Dutka president of Audits t To obtala meaningful and up- ,..ned the Negro community 2323 MONCRIEF RD. 1U)
Surveys discloses; to-date Information
ra-n ctoar Ms understanding/ because of war erpendltures -< represent .
program ;
ef toe aet1v tans ef the rioters .. the climate' violent-!loiDutka?epl_,Jiedthathe' Ullve 'panels' of rood stores,.beach or, tockjebs to.erlUD with.=: the" .Federal.." .a: TELEPHONE Hill AT 911 nllt Yjti,
service is based thetf.t:cev
on a unique doing virtually of
to arnes that violence affecting young mea ia the urged ,
But Clark
be the
... definition of the Negro market business with Negro clientele graduates -
wand mist be .We. ghettos, and the corruption of to seek '
Jobs DOW
and provides a contlnous flow have been established la three
tracttvety towards a sustainedetcV values by our acts of destines -
with private Industry Doting JfI1
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of information on sales trends, major metropolitan classifies
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ettoi .* oa sY tion. ,
that almost M per cent of the y
competing brand shares and tlons across the country .iCI'
..at. her foreword Mrs. King
Industries la this country have CENTER 'Ili'I
W other movement element Northern Southern
battle agatost socialtaJasOo writes "Martin Luther King, product areas
DO Negro employees.The I
!. To insure to markets with
accuracy 100,000 or more
to tottiaUr conceived leader a man ,
Jrr-Black -was
42-year-old Dative of 144 N MYRTLE AVE PH EL 4 1461VkM
toa csMeat ef _-YIoIIDt pro for all people. The killers of pointed out, the Negro market Negro population, and Southern Louisiana the holder oft PhJ
is viewed u a separate entity, areas with less than 100,000 w.*.hrd ewe a iMM MM a i..N.1
toe by theatthM could end his mortal t- ::
esvBBtined dream
'M the ... .. : .
Harvard it i S
degree ia economics from N" / MI ton MM (MM* MnM>
and protest marches.Tewer existence with a single bullet, rather than merely as a fraction Negro residents. Data are assembled said those .(r>tt) i bIll rag jtttHfU .....-..,. HOWIVII. M..f ..w >IH..|.IMMffc -
University .. ... ZIN1.t .. MM
N..M.u,1..i 1M d..e. 1M
of the "national
tt* ea4 ef his life his but DOt an the bullets In all the market. sad reported persons calling for all-black Susan lei& Jill Co .* IM i'e /ll.WICongratulations
ideas. h4 everted Into a blUef arsenals can effect his death. "This is the first time, to separately for each category. community are "misguided >pd |MI ..t'...4 .". 1M4IMDunl m

to toe need far massive elva "We will not have to search headed for bitter disappointment I lei I fuel Ct.IllMil. .
eieabelleMl which caUsdnatedto for him. Listen for him lathe erg L .otI... K ..... MuNw I
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and M *M MV MlfltkM. i M-- M &
Us Will
prepoeil poet People's protests of the pooI'-b1ack Mihilii Help "No matter now much Investment tw* uMteltalM te litttit Vtkcfe* .*.... TAKIADVICi ."1i
Mare*. white. Look for him lathe places ia plants and other Job- *W tfmftt iMf .. ( ti
la toe bs*.Dr.Xlaceou1den where social evils are noaTiolenty creating enterprises in the :f
BESSIE
the intpmsse la race relations, resisted by proud ghetto, the vast majority of the SISTER f.I f.
and toe frustration and fury brave people. Listen for him ia Negro population will have to PALMISTPASTPRESENTFUTURE i BOAT WHITING .. 39c I MULLET .. 35c .

em eeaf1..tag Mplottatlnaind the ever-incteasing chorus of find employment in...large national --- .... ::;
neglect wfckB here helped to committee individuals. Remember J manufacturing corpora V.N.W V> V.,.. i
trtager .. riots ia tto titles him as a maa who refused lions, tIII.Ufo.wld.eommerical Helpful Advice On SNAPPER AQ'wv I CROAKERS 3geJ
Dr. Rag ante explains how the to lose faith In the ultimate re- and transportation dI. L1 few. WM( LB.
war to Ttetoui has speeded up demptloa of maklnd." enterprises, the arge-flnancal' All Affairs N.1..rM.N. ed. Huh
ere etrleraUoa of our society .u.. IIOM ,.... IIACN
t Institutions and those government .
agencies serving the LIFE I FLOUNDER . .Ib. 59c

NC College Gets $60,000 community as a while,"he said. I) LOVE I NwMuM M N NwM".. J.Mho Ik, $1.10 I
I Governor Bummer MARRIAGE I ......,
predictedthat I ... *.. CMM MM fntnut Lye. Ik. : 1.40
!I. LiggeU-Myers Grant the American society of BUSINESS I : MISH SHRIMP N. =.tI &!
the future will be integratedwith
DWIAM, N.CUgget and Myers Tobacco Company has "large collections of well- HOURS 7 AM-11 PM 1 DAYS : CRABMEAT $160I

I ..war** a fM.OOO grant to North Carolina College's $1,000,000 defined and mainly segregatedsub "In the Privacy of I. Mar. C"lrt.. .>.|... aw 1 Wb 11,

e Mt Fad Campaign, Dr. Albert N. Whiting, president of r communities wlthla 11." .7 Hoie" Pint T WIN $1.50 'lilt i im
.Ma edlep. lit amaace4 He said that because of segregated 879.2250 I M...... .. ''''' I

tilt M. Walter, Central education, is the rising cost housing patterns,
INUINI
....... ef Ug ett and Myers' of good faculty." Negroes and other minority LONG DISTANCE SINUINI I SHAD ROE 75c
.....,.term*. Operations iaas4 "To meet these higher faculty ( groups "will be able to decide 1/2 Mae North of CallahanU.S. LOBSm MEAT I e.,." '36* w
BMttber of thentvieery costs with the income from a to a considerable extent the I, Callahan, Fla.
beard. lotto NCCcamaast $1,000,000 Endowment Fund is a political arrangements. in their
.*.., "WeareeomaUttingeereetves till purpose of the present campaign neighborhoods; ::!
to 1i'kavagpedentiy' __ ;
of North Carolina i WNEer4 atm w ttucT wtii8tKi NI Vial) ate N 1 HOOT name a niitiiu enema.a yr. '
because we recognise Your Good
College.
tto. value ef taalltyi Dr. Whiting told Wailer, ; ",f
+at I JB and tto vital part it "North Carolina College Is > Health itit4Jl .(

meet.. pity II ear conunnatty. deeply grateful to Liggett and The stinging Insects-bees,

..* Cftrelhm CoUegewastto Myers for this assistance. We -..RMahalia ...... ..-; sea wasps and hornets-want desperately _
aUatllatofviortedJitor1al feel tt represents a common to be let alone. They
Raymond Hicks, announcer, are shows above u Hicks makes the .
aria eeUsfs far Megroes education when .I. '.. c
provoked
concern for higher will attack only
kickoff announcement for tilt "Festival of Stars: A Hollywood .
ud It Ms
M tYle/ tastes a -
have set their victim .
and we are sure yoy and fervently hope 1
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a Spectacular. The show which will benefit tto MahaUa JacksonFoundation .
... 1M Jar- .
( unecordu
r example for the rest of the will have learned a lesson. '
u Scholarship Fund, will feature such stars as u Tl"i 2' .
jeet state suppertedene'odly1legre
avoid
Durhamto Is to
In
business community The best safeguard
liberal Brando, Peter Lawford Jerry Pat Boons, Delia Reese, .
BtlUer. If wA
follow. attracting these pests. you .
Jackie "Moms" Mtbley. The ", Aretha Franklin, MIfM' .
la North4tetYM1"e
ga Liggett and Myers Is the econd Van have applied] perfumeascededhair y
Dinah Shore and Dick Dyke. Hicks is a regular announcer ;r
Durham-based company to .for the annual "Passion Play" In Chicago. Proceeds from the spray, or other cosmetics, .
"Tto .
ef tamaclal
type sNet -
to tilt endowment mistake for aDower.
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contribute the bees may you j rjM21
affair will benefit tilt Foundation fund. Tto gala will be .July
99 are gfflst to North
Paul Jr. flower In
campaign. Wright, Wearing a
; at tilt Auditorium Theatre Chicago 70 East Parkway at I
c.. p.m.
.. Ceflegt has special president of Control Carolina your hair will also attract them.

specialIpaliULikTiewofthefol Bank and also a member of thecampiigo If you work la the gardeaor go
,
toetors. Schools like advisory board, presented for a hike you should wear
'..sm Gratis College are theoteachers his company's check to King Portfolio Is slacks and loot sleeves. If you

Dr. Whiting today a 175,000 are drlvirg and a bee gets In
sf ......,..., youth. Schools f
challenge commitment from ibute To Leader car should pull off the Y
your yon
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like Worth Careliaa.at Burlington Industries Fo ula- ,. road and open the windows wide.It Lys ikr
fte lergottea col- of Greensboro Insecticide
tics was also helps to carry aa
leg's' It terms of private announced oa April 26. CHICACCMN P l-I'A.eot-. Dream" address. bomb la your car. ..
V.O.It's to like because
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...... ...... attIIId1aI Funds raised during tilt lectors Portfolio of Color-Etch The protf olio will be Inserted Because the honey bet leavesIts Try easy
.saMta tilt Need CaroUsa endowment campaign will be set Prints oa Dr. King" win be offered -. IB special white envelopes witha stinger with Its venom sac ". It's so light and smooth.Could be the

Gyps acme frog lower lateftus aside la trust, with the Incometo by Brown A Bigelow ia corrugated protector.Dr. .ia your skla when It start of a beautfuj f

tamUes aad are the least to used for faculty salary memory of the late dTU.-rlghts King's portrait appear '{should act ooeece Herod. ,,' Seagram's V.O.-The .
;.ftee |. BM. at wtth the rising applements and for a possible leader. on the cover, with aa Illustration This will force the poison into -
'..at ef Mtter. .-stlai. SienN endowment of a chair. The portfolio, DOW' being prepared of his church, Ebeneser jour lymphatic system.If .
uftatM tow tacsaws sad will consist of ft1 11 by Baptist Church, forming the you quickly scrape the wound MTROUlCEYOURSaFI
rtaaai tuttioa u a 14 inch of Dr. King la background.
seta,M/ser veteran population Is Increasing picture with your fingernail or a bUt
birPe her sltutitiiast tnda Is U.S. at tile rate of 70,000per .a color-etch print and all "1. TIlt protf olio can be used asgift a 'blade the stinger will come out

a snusre MM. M edaratiomlw month, according to tilt 14 Icll.or: his "I Have I I "door or opener U a businessman's, and you win absorb>> very little

.The stoat critical Veterans Administration. of the venom.
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*,* *'* American Middle Distance Running Strength Emerges '. .-h. ." *





I Ten-Year Old Juan Farrow Attending Coaches Clinic Middle Distance


Tops U.S.L.T.A.. In Finals Runners MakeOutstanding


Playing In theU.S.L.T.A.Greeni Junior Invitational tour na:J' :

ment, the A.T A. Junior team w.!isled by Juan Farrow 10-year F P i Y x
old Lynchburg Va. protege of Whirlwind Johnson, reached the < Show

finals of both singles and doubl in the 12-year-old division. ,

To reach the finals in singles, make the biggest splash! the most
Juan defeated Frank Venable of Chandy Greenbolt, Hickory ..4fddle distance runners
Dana Not- recent Top>> Twenty listing Issued by the U.s. Track Field
S.C. 6-1 6-0 N.C., 6-4. 1-6, 6-4.
Columbia, ,
and Federation The 880 Mile Two Mile, and Steetfee base an tart
Hampton ,
NC. .Jlngham,
Hobart Tolson of Newbern, .
Ameflcan two mile
Kava- sw leaders with George Tom** .--.0
6.Z. 6-S, and Jay Evert Chattanooga Lynchburg lost to Roger ,
Tenn., 6.44, to nongh Greensboro, N.C., 6.1 r1- record tile farfetamttng nerformance.But .
reach finals where the rains 6-2. In. the 1.'., Doyle lastto It was the One Mlle rank the Santa Cora Valley Touts

caused postponement of singles Oscar Wooten of Bollow, toga that toot the btaeat.beatin( Village anchored by Tommie
and doubles, playing with Btu S.C., 6-2. 6-1 with superb rues In Philadelphia Smith, again ..muhd. till
Stephanie, Burlington, N.C. In the 16 matches, Paul and Lot Angeles. Dare American record In the 440
Other A.T.A. Players partlcl-. Farrow, Lynchburg Va., defeated Patrick's SSI.I: at the IC4A relay In 59.0 edging the world
paling were Gary Davis,' Joe Merritt, Graham, gladdened Eastern hearts and record team from Southern
Lynchburg who lost In hi.first N.C., 6.1. 6-3, but lost to catapulted him to the top>> of the California by a tenth at the

round of 16 and under to David Kevin Swell, Cleveland, Ohio, 4 4 y.i Ust. Brian Kivlan, Jerry Compton-CoUsenm meet. Field

Nelson, Colubla, S.C., 6-016.0. second seeded, 6-1. 6-2. Billy s, ih roS ttchey Frank Murphy) .andJack event standings remained.
Va. lost Path also cracked four mlnntesID with the
and lost to Peter Marks, Jackson O'Conner, Lynchbur 4 3 stationary exception
Miss. 6-1, 6-3. In the 14 to Kevin Senlch, 6-1, 6-2. In i the same race and rank high of the long Jump, when Bob
and under. In the 16 matches, the 14 matches,Billy O'Conner. 3 L on the standings. Sam Belt Beamon Is the new headman
Mike Doyle of Lynchburg defeated -. Lynchburg defeated BenneaII1l1er. / .. 400.0 and VUlanora frosh with 36'9 1/4".
Scott Hunter, Atlanta, Athens Ga, 6.S. 6-S. Martin Uquorl 400.7: had aId Many athletes from predominantly

l Ga" 6-0, 6-2, before losing to but lost to PhU head,Lexington,. battle at the Compton-Co Negro schools, are
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N.C., 62,61.David pens Relays and BOW stand listed here.100yard .
thtlllamt of Newport. KB and 10th In this erent dash: Oliver Ford

IT'S VACATION Net, Va., top>> player of the Young's new record came lit Southern, William Miller,
A.T.A. team, lost to Graham the San Diego Meet of Southern. 100 meters: Oliver

TIME. SEE Reich, Charleston. S.C., 6-3, Champions (world record Ford Southern 10.0; Clarence'
S.6' 1-2. In doubles, Juan Far- older Ron Clarke was six Ray, Kentucky State. Craig
row and Billy Stephanls Bur- tenths hack). Fine perform Wallace! !Kentucky State. 440

llngtoo, N.C., reached finals aces la this rue by Pat yards, Hal Francis, ArkansasAMN
Buy' by defeating Dick Keesler and f Ttaynor, Kerry Pearce and ; Vince Matthews, Johnson -
HarrY' Leltner. Jackson. 1111..,! x Tracy Smith more them high C. Smith; Thurman Bogges,
Your 6.1, 2-6 6-S. They also de* up>> oa the two-mile list. George Prairie View; Curtis Mills;
QUALITY sated Sat Comer and Hobart Joe Turner, center, above head coach at Tompkias High School' Tune was clUdeam. Henry Porter, South Fulton tttgfc. Attests,, also led a wholesale revamping Texas AiU/Fr; Henry Smoth..
In Savannah Ga. outlines play to three feQow coaches attending left and Henry Darlington Morehouse second from left and
1'a1IoII, Jackson, Miss., 6-4. of the steeplechase list with an era, AM&N; Webster Johnson
Road ,, 64. Mike Doyle and Dana the twenty-fourth annual Florida AtM University Coaching Clink. .1.R.E. Lee, m, of Albany State, look on. 8.J84 clocking atLos Angeles. Southern Fred Mewbouse,

Ready ottlngham of Lynchburg de* At the CBTFF Championships Prairie View.

Car From fitted Hunter and Carla Rot Kitschlnsti, a relatively 480-yard High Hurdle relay:.
Athens Ga., 6-0, 6-0, but lost Gelling Ready For YWCA Camp wshearalded campaigner from Harvey Halts Southern; Roy
CLAUDE to Browder and Dick, Sweet- Michigan, bad a perlona1 break Hicks Texas Souther 440

water, Tenn. top seeded, 6.1, t through with 1.47.1 which Intermediate hurdles, Jest
'-1. Paul Farrow lost to Billy stakes him the national 880leader. Ban, Prairie View. High Jump,'

NOLAN Dobbs, top>> seeded In the 14's No. 2 man Felli Johnson Ken Brown, FAMU. Long lump,-
division Covlngtoa, Gu, '-s, improved ft tenth la this same Bob ; Boat
26.81/2.440-ya
64. Paul Farrow and Gary race Georgetown's Bop ers. d relay
2nd & MAIN Davis lost to Phil Head and. Zlemlnlskl Jumped to nth with FAMU, CO.lud Arkansas 113AN
Bingham Lexington, Ky., 6.3,1, Us 1:48. at the ):4A.: 40.2. Santa Clara Valley

6t CADILLAC 64. Williams and Page, lost Musts also made news at Tooth Village was first with
'/ I.geDtL Oregon, U an Oregon .St. *AR.
to Jones and Smith Shelby,
D. Yule
Cup 1-2 Whirlwind Track Club team composed of 180-,I rei relay Philander
100._ .......... b.....U ...4. N.C. 10-1. carried Roscoe Divine Wade Bell,Ant Smith, 1.2*. Southern
.. ...twThe. ...- gMS ""' .W an of the Junior teto foarQt;
._.."'._.e....M..._ see the Davis Cup matches as Kvalbela, and Dare Withers University seventh. Johnson C.
4.ita...*.....11,,..*..'*'.*.,*.., guests of Arthur Asbe and k y eatablIaIIecIlt.m1Je relay mark Smith, tenth. 1-mile relay
-,.Ml*** -
Wh1.r11t1nd. Friday and Sunday.BT with 18.06.0. Prairie View, third; Arkansas
$6295 DashDCB were not exactly Idle AIM. sixth..
u Southern's Oliver Ford Spring medley Prairie
relay
ui1unrir
68 CADILLAC r. became the tenth man to sprint View Arkansas AaUN,ab tie
CALAIS COUPE ; 10.0 la the 100 meters, and and tenth respectively.
Woo IMA ..<....<>-<
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\ 5695_ i"1 I Virginia State'sBimbry
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(7 CADILLAC \I BRAND NEW .. r Sets Record

c_...."....r..............W .4r
b--. ........ -to,...... ., : 1968 YWSEDAN k fwtg r RCKMOND Va. Alton Bumbry hard-hitting outfielder
.ar.--'"". '
$5095 Every yxNmgster looks forward to CUIP.ne : from eight to tourteetywu,tfaf* ,at.i ;ro.a Yitantt State College, was the leading vote-getter on
': i Camp Program has been-scheduled for Include crafts, swimming and trt pane. For the sanal Central Intercollegiate AthlejcAssoclatlem'sA11CI.AA

67 CADILLAC Inclusive. The camp located at 882 West : J5J-W74. team selected recently.
Cilillwy daily tor the two weeks from a.m.to I p.m., tr'ian ft Junior and star oa Hampton, .426; Sam Jones,
;. 1768"CIUVUID basketball short stop>>, Fayettvflle. .810;
team
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"-(.rim..ffaMMjirtiil,.-........ r. led the conference la batting Don Miles, outfielder, Norfolk.
$4895 IN lAX : Emile International with ft .871 average State, .392; Alone Bumbry,

.f. .Tur,lU ...."., .,.. The Trojans' coach HUHea4leg outfielder Virginia State, .878
i" .n: Starts Speedway Will Sparkle was named Coach of the Marty hillier, outfielder, Nor*
folk State :.406 Carl Bubbard.-
Year la the balloting. ;
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;1! ir Ilt 1 11a .. 'I j OAKLAND Calif.-(Nfl)- ... ,Fia.-WbeD Daytona trtenuUlonalSpeedway. Conference cUJDp10a AATaad outfielder, ALT .417; Garland
11 11i2.11 I. Day. It does tt Norfolk State placed three play* Thompson, catcher, Virginia
()\ ()\ Griffith of New York hit the comeback peDlSeDC' right.
,, I ;: CatlinGriffin- :: It-round decision over underdog Andy 50 miles of racing. around the speedway's era each oa the An-ClAAteam. State Second, .63.team members
are
Scheduled to Joe nation's Two players are from Virginia
ota. fight Gypsy top
International S.I1 mile tract
Calvin Jones first **......
gjt back test Griffith li and State and single selections from <.
on Jl&1y" seeking r cars- and road course Is enough attraction -
Norfolk State Fred
1 .. from Touring Shaw. Hampton) Institute and ; Long
Italy's Nino Benvenutl In New York's In ttseU. But when they second baseman Shaw Aaron
,
'U Volkswagen ., In late October or early November -bands--over are running at night with headlights .FayettevUle.... State round out the Jenkins, third baseman; Mary

U money. that's something else tend State Fred Ruben short
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IHe. the
Representing Aggies art
look at It, will
:I2SO lAST 8th SI.J S64 t4wo1Sd 1'un'e a The ID.race carrying .3,000*> outfMder Carl Hubbard,fresh stop, Delaware State; Fred
Hebron outfielder
Hampton
t0 man pitcher Richard ;
N Is a big plus In potted awards talon the ,
'. )5t-S091 J I a j 4 e e v l with the NASCAR Grand Tourlag Cummings and second be sema.a. William Thompson, outfielder,
,. Revere *M Steve Parson. Named on the Maryland State; James Minor,
Division and SCCA Trans
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I ":JI catcher Norfolk State Richard
,
team from Norfolk State ;
& July 1,and American cars this year. This were
outfielders Don Maes and Cummings, pitcher ALT, 5-0
p Firecracker Marty ;
brings together the sporty Ca*
le 10 n.m.oa July macro, Itustaigs Cougars Miller and pitcher Henry Old Henry Giddeas, pitcher Norfolk
State. 5-2.
Darts Barracudas and Javelins dens.
n 250 was an of the over two-Liter group. Cummings, a native of Greens
last year with Winners gain points toward the boro, N.c., posted ft 5-0 record
tet; 8okfx
L = 13'J' watching the coveted manufacturer's for LAT and ft LM earned
u It has been to "'rldltp rev average. Giddeas was 1-&
I d re asu writers. Cars' for the lei i nay
Members of the first team of t

it 21 Leads Softball lean the 1168 AU-CUA are: Yr0Ul.wam1.r/.w W

Tom Morton, first baseman FISIIINQ
w 11 Shaw, .426 Steve Parson,
t second baseman, ALT, ..2U. How often bar you decided
a-- !. Dvereaux Loan, third baseman, asa out tolnf fiahlDf bouMol
report of muddy water
ti. Ito a natural reaction tfptcAally -.
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this time of yr when
name whist tilt down the
elel .Chamberlain Is rivers and into Uka for
many, tUhlnf coma to a
i a&andoWl.
However, .e 4 1 j water
i e Ready To h&ild be M real ..",...",
''s says UM Ashliif eif erte at
Mercury MtboanU. II ei-.pl-
Volvos last alb for a dung k> UeOce,
an averageof Rest AwhilePHILADELPHIAWilt ewI&dWIa Ie a styli et ......
that ta putkvJuterdtod tecloadj
Cham' water ronrtltUai.
11 years in .Sweden.I ,c+ hartal says..'.prepared to sit Remember flab UIIt senor
lilt the coming National Basket other than sight when ...........
I ban Association season if the ao. like fishing at night, work,
They about a : ACROSS 26. California '43. Blade on the Idea that you should
average mountain : the PalUd-frcli 78ers dont meet offer a bus something be can
I. Cant a leak country (3 44, A his contract demands hear smell and taste when you
(3 wdl.) wdl.) ts. Nova lilt also said he wouldn't fish the murky waters.
day and a half in T. Slanted rec- 30. Water: Abbr. aIa4 playing under the coach'kc Natural baits such M minnows

I tanglellka Span. M. of General Manager JackIKKtm attract or feedingb of
13.
a 31. compete worms fish,
I our showroom. 13. Of a desert with DOWN : Vfcmcay, ft departure from his :regardless of 0CI dW0aL To
watorhole 53 Take a 1." Parts position.Ramsay make it even more noticeable

I The dot ...- for buytof Votv. l btc uM tt txta M 14. Engine for break resigned as coach at attach a cork carved' Into aconcave
long. 35. Is In season, 2. Silent It Joseph's shape about two feet
: Euctly how lenf wt dont fumnM* knowthrf = Collect because of
*Mr %% .. al tea V.M..s iMnKl 'Itt--Unlttd I2h emn fish strip smith w'am up from the book. When this
give ft flat
lulu m MM b*> II y*rb..r till on e. coal 38. East rtb3.. Speak cork and ban are cast a loud
-r-t.nuwn e Volt now. DCUM wo IT. Dessert dish I "No" when asked tf he might
hv* Mock. And 1......vound too Ion*. 18. King of 37. Freshwater t. Heavens | fin the shoes of dputecICoa .....r. This, rig can be
Our cuttomtn Which brma liV.up to buf on "Monntlnf thorn BOCOUM ftnttox thoy(U bout>t. Wo Votvoc kluto Troy fishing spot earth Ala ..-. when asked either cast or Jigged up and
Mil thtm boctuto Itoy Aon't. It. Any smallCaribbean 38. Breathe 6. Fisher bout tt yesterday, he replied, down briskly with along cane
heavily special To rather not taftaboutthat"" affil and with surprising noTe
OPEN ON SUNDAY isle
.39. Relative: oysters ,aryL ..
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Chamberlain
IPM TO 5 PM 20. Seraglio Abbr. .7. Fishing has said hfdplayjsjy locale fit* tar te ..wnek
22. Times to 40. Graceful tackle (3 : sedan Haanum himself or a* water u ........ kycrabing
r MERCEDESBENZPETER fish with water bird wds) tank ItcGulre... coach at the slowly,. bat ataadfly.
lights 41. Limit on .. Worse VUmstty of South Carolina. along the ?.-*.. ."-*,. Car-tally
:24. He bought deer at an i Pntaill of the TiesnHy: < DlllacnlIaItIIID Then But hi an interview he said wart ..... et..... and ...
H. CRECC INC. New Mexico times Orbiting \ In hitting (*96)) a the Ladles Softball League : when tea w' alaisst certain
5034 PHILIPS HWY. 359-9321 and Arizona 43. One Park, The League Is conducted by the city's 1 would have io cl jectlms to to be,and INk far spots.......
for the VS. time Double headers are held on Tuesday and paymg for ....,. He's sure the Buddy water Is lest esart<
maimed la present circumstances tag to dear. Give tale a try
: Carlton Bryant is la charge of the League.
I ANSWERS FOUND ON PAi E than anyone else" ..'. a seethed that -tight b.eeme .
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I NFL and AFL Scouts Name Four Players Unanimously As Top Rookies Ie


m m mM m MBJB* BBm* eB

Arthur Asne Belhune-Cookmin Twins'DowIIIIIS Scouts Also Give Humphrey


S p ortsParade Takes Title Hurt FootballThe Fort Valley Gels Of" Tennessee A&l Big Boost


I From British Increase In Big I
trifle deaths of Samuel and Daniel Cooper, identical NEW YORK Fred Carr, Ron Tarp, Keno Bardy and Barn

BY.NEGRO) PRESS INTERNATIONALPAAPHTO BRISTOL, England-Arthur twins who were star pass catching ends at Bethune-Cootman Moses will be the outstanding,rookies in pro football in 1968,

Ashe of R1chm gainedth College In Daytona Beach, Florida, cast a dark shadow over the Training Program according to a poll of 12 National and American Football Leapt

NEW e West of England: tennis coming Wildcat football season. player personnel directors appearing In the current Issue of

>*VVrlUt.tCINCINNATI NPI Black singles title Saturdaybydefeating Samuel died A hero as he rush* '1'bele'CUJI were Malcolm 'c. Bloat, Assistant SPORT Matulne.
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into the coaching picture-in athletics faces are gradually moving Clark Graebner of New York es In rough waters to aid his mach more than ordinary on and Professor of Agronomy The personnel directors, In great mores and hands, and Is
especially college and off the playing field. With their announces that the Agricultural to a questionnaire will catch
university sports. Two were named in local schools City 1-4. 1-1.1a a finals match brother Daniel, who appeared response a clutch player who
John Bryant, 32-year-old basketball recently. Involving two United States to be In trouble. clean gentle manner they could Summer Training Program at asking them to name and rate long passes in a crowd.
School became an aide to the hea coach at Wlthrow High Davis Cup players. Only one person smashed the very easily have been the best the Fort Valley State Collegehas The IS top prospects in the pro Other players highly rated In
Cincinnati. Larry Cox 27 became coach at the University of Ashe's serve worked well, tragedy which took loved students at B-CC If they increased from one participating .football draft, made Carr,Yary the SPORT poll are TennesseeAll

his alma mater, Xavier, ,University.assistant Boston football coachat while the 24-year-oldGrubmer' the Coopers, both tl thLulaWood never touched a football.The student In 1963 to 54 ;Hardy and Moses the only unanla;. defensive end Claude
University also the Vkbrs 22 also d Coopers>> perhaps greatest In 1964. mow selections -, Falcons)
got a new freshman football coach Ronald rarely served aa ace after and Butler Humphrey (AUnt a ,
former assistant football and Mitchell,29-year-old third game.Ashe,also 24.brokehis Bethme-C o o k m a a College. receivers to don a B-CC Wildcat All levels of Agronomy. Carr, a 6-5, SSS-pounder,impressed who received mention on 21 CI(
State College. basketball coach at Kentucky opponent's serve la the Doris Bennett II, was pulled uniform since Coach Jack students are reported to take the scoatswtth hU. the 22 questionnaires;offenstre

seventh game of the first set part] in this on the Job program. speed, strength, quickness., end Dennis Roman of Alabama

DUMPED This was sufficient to give aim I 4 r 'Their training will Involve soUAm desire anresslTenessandwll Dallas( Cowboys), 20 rotes;de*
) work, pond design and to play with Injuries
Ungness Smith of
the set Jim
back
NEW YORK (NPI) Ring Magazine the bible of the fistic 'I fensl-e
construction: conservation, The Unrfersity-of-Texas-at-El'
Ashe reached the final when Redskins),
Washington
(
world, has decided that Floyd Patterson, two-tl na former worldheavyweight f; and laying out terraces the Oregon
semifinal opponent,cwrlUch., k design Paso star, drafted first by 20 votes and center Bob
boxing Is
champion not worthy of mentioned L7-
being of San Angelo Texas disqualified } planning farm Belts IJICIfor.ltfJ Green Bay Packers can play Tennessee (Cincinnati
in its top 10 ratings. In a reshuffling of possible contenders for was i Johnson of
In such states u Am end linebacker.
tight or
after with the
a row a Bengals), 11.
the world's heavy title which
Ring still 51)111 that of Cassias '
Patterson umpire la Friday's semi In 1. j bam, Connecticut, Georgia, Vary the 1-5.181..pound All- *lb *
Clay was .t -
replaced by Leotls Martin Philadelphia : PHnnl
*
: IfwftaM, .Ohio PCDniyl America from the University,
who then is given the No.6 spot for his knockout of Thad Spencer. Richey umpire apologised CoL Harry Saturday Evans and to '-Vidrum ... nan West Virginia.The Southern California .

.SUGAR SUES was told, "As far as I'm concerned .' program serves U a to more directly into the Minnesota p
source by which many students Vikings' Unewj)as a starter-
the Batter is closed.
NEW YORi?:-(NPI)-A 250.000 suit against the city pf New ,
Later Richey served as a are hired upon completion of at offensive guard. "He's the
York was filed InSupreme Court recently Sugar Ray Robinson, lineman, at one of the final heir undergraduate studies at kind of gay you want to lead

former welter and middleweight boxing champion his wife, matches. Earlier last week, he 8 Fort Valley State. Thomas E. those third-end-two plays,"' HAIR POMADE

Mildred. The charge which names Police CommUsl-raer Howard had complained bitterly about al Harris, William S. Harris, agree the scouts In the SPORT ep '*; Keeps Hair
R. Leery and three police officers, is that the officers anted linesmen. Benjamin SmaUwood and Joe Neat endweft.Groomed

Mrs. Robinson against her will and forced her to disrobe and L. Berry all graduating Tube. 1-5. 2tt-pound Hardy of +

permit a search of her cloth1nc1DdperaOllfor purposes unknownto Ron Williams Gets seniors are recipients of Jobs Notre Dame, the number one M DoyM
her. The incident occurred at the Vlvienne's Beauty Shop, through these media. draft choke of the New Or Jeans M MUtaAVS HairtbniilM
allegedly without any warrant or pretense of legal process. Thomas Harris has been em Saints can be t tremendous I.r.d ro.udS *ork, pod., M -
New Year's Award son scientist la Mk,. MtIOHMim* Mir Apgll**
ployed as a defensive end or a tackle according M b Isw k.ep. a M w
TWO ADDED Urbana, Illlaols; William 8. to the experts temkW** look Ml ttl tMMKttai
RICHAMOND-Weit Virginia's
COSSINCER, N.Y.-(NPI)-Two sparrlngpartners. been has been named Harris, who manages a 600. "Rowerer. he doesn't go allot day.Y t
added to the entrouage of Manuel Ramos of Mexico City, to help Ron Williams Southern acre farm win Join the Heath all the time! ," they caution. V )

him prepare for the Jam 24 encounter with Joe Frailer, heavyweight athlete Conference.Tb. of the year. la the ..... _.. ... Survey Consultants Firm Ia "But 't'tIe11l. does, watch.." =
a
-
champion in five states. The bout Is U be held at Madison 6-toc $ baksAban star1, Wellesby Rill, Massachusetts; Moses, the 6-t 1/2 200- wb..Ar
Square Garden. Ramos been giving spar ring mates such rough chosen- 46 association to Join the ,pounder from San Diego State, lust slit it gwu RAT
cbote8rnntlon
,treatment, that be needed the added opo.lttonofAngel Oquealo- was by Soil Staff In In*' was rated the best college re- ,IUuIIZIH$
members who cast votes la the the water by an on duty McClalren, accounted for morethan
'
light heavy from Puarl Rico and Dark RoundtreuHew, York, dlana; and Joe L. Berry Is celrer drafiable last year. The
annual poll. policeman and his friend 100 points and over 1000 un sirmoi hwascts es.I1 .
to allow others time to recuperate last considering a position with Buffalo BIOS, who picked him oenu m.R, ml.dal
la ,
Sentinel Bulletin yards two seasons sea
The Tampa
*. WUcIcat'aaeeODclln41n Ortho Chemical Alabama)) Division first In the draft, feel be has
Samuel the
facts son was
STOPPED reported the following
of Standard OH PrO Cta.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. ...-(NPI!)Souther University>aquedwith Morgan State about the Incident: The beach ( 1COI'1f..1th 42' The Agriculture Division has
a series of untimely Injuries tailed to capture ita fourth party was organised Saturday, points. Be caught 10 passes tortil strengthened Us programs' .66 CHEVY SUPER SPORT .$2195

straight team title at the two-day NW track and field champion- with Samuel Cooper escorting yards and six touchdowns through the Inclusion olio Agricultural MiiN fttflirl'fta A rJ.I.TI"' \.OOfI
Renews his girl friend, Miss Bennett,, while brother Daniel grabbed II
ship. Injuries to Harvey Nairn, Robert Johnson and Oliver Ford, College Mschaalcs Program
Southern Daniel his girl friend, Miss for 311 yards and three touch 67 PONT. CATALINA 7,000 MI. $2795
prevented from taking the unexpected high hurdles which Is to go Into effect very ,
440-yard relay, 400-meter dun, 200-meter dash and mile relay. Woods and Butler Victors going downs. soon It Is projected that thenumber to* MTO*, me ,
AccreditationMorgan alone after his girl'friend was Samuel was an All ConferenceEnd majors wi Increase 65 l EIECTRAWe..M..P0951: .: : :

.
or last two consecutive
SAT IT oarLOS unable to go becanse years.Daniel I
by 39-40 beginning this coming Ladle WITH 'OU'
State has been fully minute baby sitting/duties. won the sam honor last '
ANGELES-NPI-For the second tlm.I' roughly two tall. 66 OIDSMOBILE,98.$2795''
Daniel Coopered Hiss Woods *. ,
accredited since the 1930's. 7-
Wills all
Pirates third
months.IaUI'J felt
Pltiiburgh baseman
The Middle States Association went out la the unlit. sad Miss Honor students majoring In lUVUir Now. VlNYt *00>, Awe ITIIIO IOABIO,
the energy and will drained out of him,and did not appear on the Bobby Fosler Gets
Woods Into troribla She called Mathematics were already 66 FORD / $1995
they
field to play receDU)'. The reason: the death Senator Robert reevaluates each of Us member got '. d ,
'F. Kennedy happened to him when Dr. hiatus Luther King' Institutions every 10 years for help and Daniel Cooper being scouted by five professional i.ne&CTKi.ta,1.111I Mew, owLv |M. H'
he into football te&aa.nt Key To Washington
Jr. died. to ascertain If accreditation swat to her, Mt too got )
should be continued. Morpa tro bli. Samuel Cooper. who often talked about signing as a 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA .$2595wirv

State was one ot five institutions was near shore saw his twin in package*. WASHWGTOlt-Mayor Walter /i7Wt'4oicr' 'nl9y RADIO :
PAID OFFMEXICO to : ae
Washington presented a toy <
and mrted out towards Sam andS n were outstanding:
CITY-(NPI)-The protest by 39 African member selected this year la which trouble ; the city to Ught-beavywelcht 65 PLYMOUTH FURY III $1595'
the reevalaatioa was conducted the couple, but sooa got Into also on the B-CC track team u .
nations of the UN against the inclusion of Rhodesia la the Ml Foster last
trouble and rest all victorswho members of the 440 yard relay dII.IDp1oI Bobby powce ITUlee. patrol,
X% l 3hfo\1/"TOMA'1Co
Case colleges
Only
as Study.
Olympic Games" October paid off recently,despite the tact that a week at Washington Coliseum. I
,the u&lle settler. ulad had Invitation !.oan&mrttttts.RAkh base Si.apttonal also was tear shore, saw team.. 66 ,PONTIAC CATALINA $2195
? country already acoeptedau the drowUngs taB*place and' -Maim'High School ;la Foster also took part la u i ..
to participate. On the strength of a resolution passed by the UN programs are went out after .... Whence Plant City they participated la ezhlbttloa math at 7.30 p.m. .OOO. MTO. Insole WITH lev".,." Alt, COMMTION:
Security Council, that UN member states should deny admittance selected for this honor. the Capper fie
67 MUSTANG V8 $2295
reached tin area,he went underwater every available competitive .
Morgan State College was tom
to under a Rhodesias passport the Olympic 6th and KStsSE. ..
any person traveling creation
,
Miss la ,
also Bennett began excelling I
program, AUTOMATIC tiAwl.OW11 ITtlllMe
called a special lastttu- tcowDIrsoweo
Organizing Committee announced that Rhodesia would not be able very bares The match was sponsored'
lion with a remarkable calling for help from the water b&n, baseball!: track and
to take part U the games. tradition and a distinctive future also.Miss Bennett began catting football. by the D.C. Recreation Depart- 66 CHEVROLET IMPALA V8 $1995

for help from the water U she meat. : All' cowonlONro. DIIY"
RECOVERS a good quality liberal arts J 9. / (h ::ogl4/ :
KANSAS "Satchel" Institution with a fine record .attempui to reach shore and 68 RAMBLER ALMOST NEW $2795;
CITY (NPO Ageless Leroy Patebaseball's 77,0, ;
la teacher education and a Barrett Shaman, a resident o f OLDER VETERANS "
hospitalrecently
most enduring pitcher was released from a RADIATORACTING R R 1 ltellIMSKloev Sal '
and Tom Rose of St. Verterans .fIOW
Tampa 65 of
steadily Improving master's years age or MOVER '
after dual with DOII1&. He had entered
a
winning poIl CAMro
FROM
loo CHOOSE
level graduate Petersburg pulled her to shore older Dumber two minion and UP
program.
the hospital on May 31. Now a county Jail deputy Paige wasa
and retired her. make eight cent of an WE TAKE DEALS WHERE OTHERS REFUSE!
up
The College was highly commended per
star for many years of the Negro baseball and American leagues .'. e' ...fete
ClevelandIndians for the soundness ot Samuel and Victors bodies veterans. By illS this grow W y ** CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOTI!
with the latter via the
starring pennant-winning 4* tyn .Ispin e
eey
were Monday Daniel was win total five million
found and form
Its educational program. .....
of 1948. .we.
found and Kiss 01
The. total Immersion ot the Woods is Wednesday still missing. 19 per cent.Salatiil. RADIATORS R. S. EVANS

REVIVES CUSTOM campus la the educational process CAS TANKS
Fmwal the
services for
NEW YORK (NPI) Joe Frailer who signed recently to waa not only a' ti null
scheduled to beheld
defend his five-state heavy title against Manuel Ramos of Mexico revelation but u Inspiration to Coopers l3ots.m..Mod are ON PAGE II 6u t d...9dbt.Te

on June It, revived the old boxing custom of asserting the the CutStu dyprrtktpantt.Thevisitors .noon at at St.LukesBapUst yafter Church tikFerit.4IUUt.n 3rd & MAINEL

-clltl 1OD'l right" He Insisted upon and received a clause lathe were Impressed by the in Plat City. Victors funeral

contract under which Ramos would be legally bound to give willingness of the faculty to wfll be held at Bethel Baptist; MAIN STREET 4381 OPEN TILL.6:50 P.M. EL 443825f

him a title rematch by Oct. 23, should the Mexican win. give attention to Individual students at 4-00 p..., also la PlanjCJty.Vlotors RADIATOR .
; the demand for high L __ __
graduated from Be*
FAVORITESAN standards of behavior and for tKMfMl* $42'd Ill. .
FRANCISCO-(NPI)_"Marvelous"JuaaMarlchalof the, observing the social graces.fA .' thtfne-Cookmaa Monday.The College last LJL 'MllMltl

San Francisco Giants Is currently thebJct.IYorJteto gain the nod the emphasis on cultural twins were more thins
u the starting pitcher In the coming 19CI All-Stir baseball affairs including the displayof
coaches' dream." said Head Getting music to sound right in a
Bob Gibson the pitching words
game. He is often favored over rapid of art throughout the coach Jack McClalrea. "A
hero of the St. Louis Car41lla1a' World Series victory last fall., campus, which demonstrated tack Is usually happy to pro- Watch studio is a matter of getting a

the saturation technique employed dace one '..r star laa three perfect balance of elements.
NEXT MOVE at Morgan State. This Clown
Muhammad All (Clay), the de facto world
CHCAGO:: (NPI)-
heavyweight boxing champion is readying his next mowi for a 13 54 11II WThe same thing,,I expect, appliesto

favorable ruling from the U.s. Supreme Court Itself. All, who High Steppers getting a great gin..a perfect

ma1ntaJ.ns be is a Muslim minister and conscientious objector, .. "' ---," #, -" ----- -------. .. 52 3& balance of elements..dryness
dropped his last match to the Fifth U.s. Court of Appeals la !

New Orleans last May 6, which upheld his conviction for refusing ,. the works.That's what I.find in

Induction Into the Army. ,f .t Gordon's Gin.W.

TOP HURLER .... Y.>' '<.Ef

Juullarlcllal becaIDf' :t ; Roy Musk 0/rwtor el Scnton a SOW inC,en*Wtf
SAN FRANCBCO-(NPQ-High-kicking 1.. 1. :::t.f'r.l'ln M.
> <(*ncJMwinner of KMC'UUAO founOflaaAwtdi
the first major league pitcher to win 11 games this season U he .lf ". 9 fItI4 Cho,JIt .l- ..
throttled the Pittsburgh Pirates with a four hitter and led his 1 '-' '-.

teammates to an easy $-O victory.It was also Marshal's .seventh) '.. J. 11 &I 42 '

straight win performance.
.. :.
131112Iomtt1mllHe'.V
.
'Sunshine Biscuits Shows .. .. N
,
J/II>'- J ''if, ',, : Be** Down Be Addi.Subtracts.
Employment Trend :Be works It all around.
Equal w'y'
r

Sunshine Biscuits Inc.. has a adYUCtmeDt policy of prori41DC uaroaP j on-the-ell .P'r. !; I r.j 44-12-13 {

employment opportunity without regard and merit to race, color, creed or "".....B" / ,. I .. :; COMING: ATTHACT10JS: nrI
Job training
the results ot this V*** : ri.- S
reflecting 1
statistics ,
origin. Employe : /t, ; S1- 19119MAN'.S
follows: < ,.
as .
over the,course of vecent years are /y .
p
Manufacturing Minority locations and at the Farms. f (
: "" ,' ;
the! ; 'ft,; DAYSNUMBERED
croup representation in Sunshine Biscuits' sales messages ; ;
Company's manufacturing have been ea.rr1e41apr.- ".:.
'operations has increased from dominantly Negro media such .

2111964 to 24 percent of u Ebony Magaxlne and Negro

total manufacturing: employees chad actors have been used lathe t : '"Man's Days are !Numbered,

in 1968. Company's TV commercials Health and fortune Can Be

Negroes and other minority tt Is the policy of the :: :Yours When You Know Your Ioorebn'.OAk
I_
groups are employed as Company to give proportionate :JAckz"l>a11.i .
officials and managers as welt representation to ethnic groupswhen

as.In office and clerical positions ambers of consumers are tf i
la the! Company's. portrayed la Its TV i .Lucky Colors etc.
I
,
: Send $2.00 for yourJVNE
manufacturing plants. commercials.j II I 'aQrOlCopI Guide tar
Sales Force-Sixty-three > l1lDa1tl) 13.3% of 1MCompaJq' _

;;Negro and other minority crOUP 9,491 employes art f. ,
employes are represented onSunshine's members of minority nap t.

utloa..idualea.t..if. Fffl ,In the blank below and tx

.' ,Dirlag the 1964-63 )QDfTBFARMY mall to ZODIAC, Post Office tendon Intttna crowd In 1169m *>. -
period minority group repre- Box 1171, Jackson-lite. Fla. sIr PUMf w to IniltnO.Amtttft.
i IB the sales force has .end In*raid

doab1e4.Otb.rMJurlt. :, DYHAiac DUOSat Dfefo Charger iwmw Metes (.MOBndBettert and Dick Post NAME "vw.HtHfi ..

) group hired RESERVE form aUhsteppiscto Is CaTt traWag cam. Post was Ma 4 L AFL tasting with 663 STREET n in n aTatmMwaMem. ..MemeniBHeiii,uea.il
also been .
at employees th* Company's have distribution yards on 161 carries and H-tbertwas No. I with Ml yards on 111 attempts.. DATE OF BIRTH .






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PAGE. 14 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1968


SOLID STATE STEREO HOUSE FOR SALE I Congress Gets The ElectronsElectronic ___ Your Fraternal Groups

VADIO.COMBINAnON, Multi 2 8 bd. tiNUED FROM PAGE 1 CHAPTER 52
-speet 4) changer, dual speakJ rom. Bong 2337 W. FirstSt. Social Security ,
era, auto., turn off., almostnew. off McDuff Corner. Your dismissed by a Federal Court. Chapter No. 52, Order of
balance of $63. or eras. Owner 389-1597 The Eighth District Appeals '
Pay : Eastern Star, will hold their
353-1946 Court upheld that decision.They --r. Everyone who becomes age 65
$8. per'month. Phone regular meeting June 27 at
: In 1968 will not be entitled to
Will claimed there was no prohibition : .
oak for Credit Manager. = Prince Han, 913 Jefferson St
the hospital Insurance portion of
deliver without obligation. A-1 of discrimination In the _. : Mrs. Pearl Hudson Is Worthy
Music Center. 1606 Main St. FURN. APT. Civil War statute. :\ Medicare. Although most people Matron, Mrs. Sadie M. Butts
Toe law of 1866 was passedto ... 1 .. age 65 at the beglnnlngof Medicare
is
Cold Water. E reporter.
Hot and ec. "
Thirteenth : } ., were covered by hospital
enforce the '
ISA8ELLA OF PARIS turn. 308 Stockton St Call 384- 1. .
Amendment, "Neither Slavery Insurance, a person becoming cease
'that's Me! I have the Amazing 7354. nor involuntary servitude.. '. "':'.,.. : 65 In 1968 will have to either
.
....
superior tonic tablets, pep FOR shall exisT within the United = i be a social security beneficiary COURT 104J.
RENT
for all the things you want to States or any place subject i" ... or have at least S quarters
do. Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction 431 W. 18th St., unfurnished to their decision." In 1883 the ..,. ; I of social security credit to his C. Phillips Court No. 104
guaranteed or Money Back. modern one bed room, kitchen High Court still refused to re>- account of the Heroines of Jericho will
For Men and Women. equip and space heater. $65a Interpret the oldjaw.' This is not a change In the observe the ninth anniversary
month. Apply 1643 Main St., The Jones case Is the first law, It Is an Introduction of the Sunday June 30, in Tabernacle
P.O. Box 230, Dept S., same Idea which finances theoJdace.lurT1.or
or call 3554061. to bring about such an Invoking
Indiana t: Baptist Church, Rev. W. E.
Gary, and disabilityinsurance.
d the old law. A state'casewas
::I. Young pastor at 10:45: a.m.
: A worker will contribute
decided In 1903 In Arkansas "
CIRCULATIONMan FURN. APTS. when a Judge ordered a ..I..... .. r.: to the Hospital Insurance Special bers of guests Harmony will Lodge be mem-No. 1,

to work part-time. Able FOR RENT white man to lease land to a ..... ool. ...... lifetime Trust Fund and will during have his a working paid Fidelity No. 251 and Zernbab-
Negro. The case wu not appealed up
to work all day Friday.DrlvertisLlqpnse. bel No. 1, H.RX
references. 2954 Thomas St, 3 nice rooms and no ethers were :: hospital Insurance policy at age
Good priv. bath-elec. water Fora. brought, to light ] ,'
REPORTERTrainee. $17.50. Justice Harlan, In an eloquent +It Persons becoming 65 in 1968 Clif
tone
449 Belfort St, S rms. Prtv.bath reading, during which he cited ::1. will need S quarters; In 1969, Singers I
Must be good In Dr. Elec. t Cater, Furn., quotations, concluded 'that: ...... :+4' 6 quarters. and so on until the
English. Apply: Conv. to bus. Adults or child. "Surely Congresshuthepowerunder .........L.. \ 11 :quartet requirement for. Will Give ProgramThe
$17.50. Call 388-6472 the Thirteenth Amend- ,: f.; hospital Insurance is the same
ment rationally to determine .' u the quarter requirement for
)1 FLORIDA STAR ,. 'lie. > Cliftone Gospel Singers
old-age Insurance benefits. Of.
what are the badges and the .
-t.r. AFRICAN PRINT .. '.' course, anyone entitled to social of Atlantic Beach will give a
13TH ft MONCRIEFNO incidents of slavery, and the. I .
t ...... ,. ....- "' '! security benefits are 65 is program In Holsey CJI.E.
f CottGIII48".w Types. authority to translate that determination .c. ... age ,
: MOROCCO, leather clothing. Into effective .....,.. : :? still entitled hospital: insurance Church, Third and Franklin
PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Beac necklacesearrlngsrlngs, legislation." \ (.;' 1.\. \ regardless of the quarters Streets Sunday. Mrs. Sarah L.
Incense, pipes, etc., from Samuel Liber man was attorney to. 0 ... mentioned above. For example Coley Is sponsor. Rev. Dave
Africa Mid-East, India Catalog for the Joneses. Attorney ; ..,... a 65 year old wife or widow ofa McEtvin Is pastor.Vacation .

25 cents retail, free wholesale. General Ramsey Clark argued man who had contributed to
2 DONALD P. BROWN for them U a Friend of the \ the hospital insurance system
81 Schools
NOW log West 82 Street, NYC 10024 Court. Israel Trelman of St I would be intltled to hospital

(212) SC 4-9430 (or TR 4.8459). Louis argued for the owners. coverage.
WATERFRONT HOMES*- The fair housing provisions of Explorer's Post 907 Is making fast progrna., J.H. Stoeley and his team are Let me emphasize that none TABERNACLE BAPTISTThe
SEWING MACHINEM3 1968 art to take effect In three In the top ten. Above art shown three of the newly-elected" officers: Geraud L. Moreland, of this applies to the voluntary
stages and by January 1,1970 president: center; William Green, secretary, left, and Explorer Smiley, right The post's $4 per month part of Medicare Summer School will operate -
till TO IALLCARPEtiNG ZIG ZAG.Makes designs,sews will cover 80 per cent of all project committee has selected several projects for the post to build. The Electrons are which helps pay thedoctor bills. from June 24 to July S.
on buttons makes button holes, housing sold or rented. The also expanding by allowing other members from surrounding high schools In the Duval County For more Information contact Mrs. H.M. Lawrence Is super
etc. Pay balance $43. at $8. case Is known u (No. 845, area to come out and Join them in: their efforts. They: meet every first and third Tuesdayof : the Social Security Administration visor. Rev. W. E. Young Is
per month. 11 Phooe3S3-1948aD-, Jones ,. Mayer). each month In theElectronlcs Laboratory at 6:30 p.m. Office at 400 West Bay pastor.
Ume. Will show at your home, Street la Jackonvllla.. Florida.
$85.00 MONTH I no obligation. A-l Sewing Mac If you pay a bOuscl jiworterpro COOPER'S ACADEMY
hloe Co. 1606 Main Street Leaders Named World OlBooks
May, and June a social
Ageing Veterans Rev. JS. Blake'sFuneral security tax report Is due by Registration for the Summer
.FHA -VAVULCAN FOR MEN AND WOMEN To Sixteenth By JOSEPH L. TURNER the end of July. School Is in progress at the

Rites Set All housekeepers, cooks. church, 2032 Benedict Road.
OF All AGES Of the 26,198,000 living war Yearly TermsW. "THE SUBJECT is RACE" maids, babysitters, and other Classes will be Instructed from
veterans at the end of March : bousehold employees are kindergarten through the ninth
Take N..o.IPROVEDNATURE I 1968, 9,000 were Spanish-Am- G. Patterson and Alexander For Miami Monday Written by PETER L ROSE; ; covered under the social grade. Adults may register
TABLETS for that tired rundown Heard were reelected to their Published by OXFORD UNIVERSITY -
irlcan war veterans averageage security. program. also for grades one through
,PRESS New York Anyonepay.Ing '
fe.Ungthatkeepe yon from : 88.7. sixteenth terms u Presidents ; such a nine and also for Religious
INC.
enjoying life. respectively o f the District Rev. J. 8. Blake, veteran 181 pp.; $4.95.Everett more la ash In a calendar Education. Transportation will
I 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets Sunday School, B.Y.P.U. Convention minister of the AME Church C. Hughes, In writing ,quarter must file a tax report be offered young children.
; $5.00 $1.00 deposit on COD'.. auxiliary of the East will be'"funerallied in Miami the Introduction to this Informative with Internal Revenue Service.An Class begin Monday, Jane 24,
1&1.3471 I EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES Florida and Bethany Baptist on Monday at t p...The service little book, makes an envelope, Form 942, ts at 2032 Benedict Rd. Phone
Dept., FS, 5937 N. Broadway Association. will be held at st. Paul AME Important and irrefutable statement available at any social security 765-4U5 or 355-6260. Bishop
Chicago, Illinois 60626 Others reelected are: Morris Church with Rev.. T. C. ICeDyoC1Ielat1nc. : "Race has got Involved or internal Revenue Service M.C.H. Cooper Is in charge.
WOMEN SEWERSWANTED M a a., Vice-president with so many features of social Office for reporting the earn-
B.Y.P.U.; Mrs. R. B. Aaron, A native of Tallahassee, Rev.Blake life that It is hard for a man ings.
Joint Treasurer; Rev C. 1.. served with dignity anddistinction to make a statement about the Each employer Is responsible
Work at borne doing simple Culver Chairman of Executive: carrying his ministerial subject that dots not In some wttholdlng the 404'tax from Teas
BUS aH ME o iy69moulnl sewing. We supply materials Board,, Rev. A.J. Hughes, Director Influence to seven way project his. view of societyand the earnings of the employee up
and both of the AYE Church. of social GRANT MEMORIAL A.M.E.
pay shipping ways. of Music; Miss Andy Dale conferences many problems. to $7,800 and the matching 4.4%
Good rate of pay. PUce work Smith, Pianist. His service la Jacksonville and What Hughes Is saying and Usher Board No. 2 of Grant
MAKE THE MOVE paid by the employer. All tax
Write Dept. XWi, Jamster Industtles And Miss Margrette Merrlt, Duval began la the early what 1s In part the basis for reports for tile Memorial A.ME. Church will
SOLD TO FINER LIVINGULL Inc., 100 Ashmun. Financial secretary of th Sun twenties and contlaied for the book Is that "race" u a June 30 must be quarter submitted ending hold Its annual Meshed Tea
-I Sault Ste., Marie, Mich.. Zip day School Division and Miss nearly two decades. During his subject today contains so many July 31. by Sunday, June 23, 4 to 6 p.m.
[L NICK 49783. Beverly King, Secretary bf the sojourn In the Duval area. Rev. symbols, values, and Ideas one It Is of great Importance to The Male Chorus Grant Memorial
Finance the B.Y.P.U. Blake held pastorates at Mew Is bound to get Into many other the employee that these returns' will be guest 1Ir.. Altamease -
:v 3BEIINM New officers are:Jason Barns, Hope, Allen Chapel and Union subjects trying to discuss It be filed The quarterly reports Gardner Is Chairman.
N mm Vice-president of the Sunday Community. "Race" Is also that subject give the worker credit under Mrs Celtstlne Jacobs 1s Co-
A41 V.rtw o net COMMERCIAL School; Miss Freddie Collins, from which all or most of our social security which be needs chairman. Mrs. Willie Mu
oft SALES OFFICE at 12 rooms, Private bath -4.85 General Secretary, and Miss social problems today seem to to receive retirement benefits Richardson Is president Dr.
DIVISION A 2Oth ST. EXP. 18 rooms, Semlprlnte$3.18 Cynthia Kendrick, Assistant Floridians Get evolve. It Is therefore almost .or disability payments. Since A. Joseph .Reddlck Is pastor.

ONE : 354- 6746 DAYTIME43.49 p1an1st. Inescapable. medicare Is now In effect,thace
Weekly R ,te (plus tax,) The sixty-sixth session will be Dillard DegreesNEW At the end of the book ROM reports 'are even more Im MT. ZION A.IIE.
GRAND PARK IEDGEIOOD MOTOR COURT held with the Friendship! Baptist makes come suggestions which portant because beginning next Auxiliary Board No. 3 of Mi.
Church d the West Side of could be used a guldellnea year workers must have aomecOYer&l' Zion A.M.E Church will ..-
INTEGRATED ORIZAJS-FlorWa residents sot a Fashion Tea under the
Jacksonville. Rev.RemesSmlth the Improvement of those deficiencies. under social security: ,
6911UJS. L, Cor. EdgewoodAve. Is pastor. This will be In June graduating with others to be eligible for hospital and director d Mrs. CourtnejrCarley. -
Phone: 7"-0003- Always Open d 1969. from Diilard University recently What Is moat Interesting about medical Insurance protection Sunday June 23, at theY.W.C.A.
were:Johnny Wesley Bowens,. 582 West 8th st.
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the book 1s that # 1s del1pdspecU1ca1.1y Our office, at 400 West Bay
Uiatoah; Ronald Charles Carter for persons Interested Street la Jacksonville ts The tea will begin at 4 p.m.Mrs. .
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Miami and Johnell arutPreuou. open Fannie S. Williams Is
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In race relations froman
on weekdays from 8.30: A.M.
Miamt academic or professionalpoint TO $::30 P....,Saturday morning president Rev.Charles. E.Tos-
ATTENTION JAXONS of view But the historic from 9.00: A.M. to 12:00 ton 1s minister.
Veteran BurialsBurial background references,statistics P....
and results d the survey
expenses for an eligible u well u bibliography section Oueen
veteran 4 to $250- re payable makes It a valuable and Officer Attends
*.* * by the Veterans Administration helpful book for anyone seeking
Tpmmie P. Thomas is the 1968
r I within two years of an objective and Intelligent ap Queen of the Dolly
Dimples
FAMU Study ShopMrs.
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