The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075901:00559
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Cops In "Mad Dog" Battle With Blacks At New Bethel Baptist

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Kirk Delays Women Victims In Grid "" w.f a Wednesday Wednesday meeting more than 2,000

Black students were suspended
Stabbed Three 0. following a clashconcerning the
$. ,,.?,. of ; phaselng out of three all-Negro
car-Train Crash TiM .s I. Fight schools The suspensions were
.. LI _ t automatic, according to school
"1..ISSIII.r Joshua Larkins, 61, ZO'l.O 12ttt Larkln is now in a nurslnj. PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas-The t ; authorities The school Issueda
Street, Jacksonville, faces a home recovering iron I triple, and fatal, stabbing of a statement to the effect that
MIAMI Dade County CommIssioner
charge of manslaughter stem- injuries. popular fooball star at Texas' all students reporting absent
Earl J. Carroll was nationally-known Prairie View would be suspended Lloyd F.
ming from a fatal car-train The 61-year-old man wai
arrested and charged with crash In which two women died. charged with the death d, AIM University on Saturday Early, superintendent, said he
conspiracy to solicit a bribe Charges were filed ,by Harriet B. Hall, 54, Z065 West March 29, triggered a wild," hoped conditions would ease.
and soliciting a bribe. vehement and destructive Student leaders in touch
Assistant State Attorney 13th Street. Mrs. Hall was said ram- kept
He was booked at county Jail page among the 4,000 students 'with' their memberships.Homes
Dawson Qaalg against lobe riding the back seat ol
and released in the custody of at the school, resulting in the served as locales for operation.
his Larkins, who was alleged to be, the car which Larkins wai I I
attorney. .
the driver of a car which hit driving burning of three school buildings Thus, the students were able
Officials said his name was the damaging of others in to avoid charges of truancy.
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broadside a freight engine No charge was placed in the
of two Included in sealedrI
rate a and in a general of Early said that
the Seaboard Coast Line at death of the late Mrs. Larkins disruption Superintendent
-, Avenue B after midnight on who was riding In the front seat normally calm campus procedures the students' fears are based
: January 1968. Mrs. Larkins was dead on ,_ on speculation. Early made an
d Larkins, 6lmseU.tn t. astwhich arrival at the hospital,< ,SIHootwaley Davidson. tO, w' appeal lor assistance from the
.fI' 4tt covert the greater! part The charge against Larklna a sophomore football star, was" 'GAINESVILLE y.- An Infant* on the pediatric floor of the University of Florida's Shards parents.He urged them to get
I of his body, was served the is that of manslaughterthrougb pronounced dead in a hospitalat Teaching Hospital and Clinics looks to see "what's happening" front the arms of Pfc. Vernon the student tack in school so
'; t, papers by a state's attorney ,,culpable. negligence while 1 a.m. Sunday, about an hour U.: Patterson, an Army reservist In the 445th Medical Clearing Company of the US Army as not to hamper' their
1 1- He is free without bond intoxicated., after he had been stabbed In' Reserve The reservists are being trained one weekend a month by the hospital's nursing education. _
} Fuller Hall, one of the, men's staff as medical aldmen. Pfc. Patterson is a local draftsmen According to student com-
dormitories. mittee leaders, the students
DiscouragedBy Charged with the murder, and might have to remain from
,j King uncaptured at the time of this Mrs. Brow Led school throughout the week in
release, is Herbert "Red" [Policeman Killed( order to assure consideration
Thompson, 26, Vietnam veteran of their grievances
Tragic MurderOf from Beaumont and Dallas. As Pioneer I. Integration plans have worried
Students of the large student ChurchBalil the students Commissioner of
body, which numbers 20 whites, Block Bisikms Education Floyd Christian
several hours and made itnecessary promised to "look into the
for Dr.A.L.Thomas, Mrs. Julia Walker Brown, DETROIT The nationally- where church literature and matter
Black PatriotEARL president to impose strong nationally-known businesswoman known New Bethel Baptist chairs were scattered.One .
restrictions.An for more than 50 yearsa Church of Detroit was the scene wall contained 14 bullet Alpha Phi Alpha
old security office was resident of Jacksonville, died Sunday of a gun battle between boles. Seven bullets pierced
NEW YORK -Shortly before apparently hit a low ebb on temporarily used as a civil March 30 in a local hospital members of an organisational the rear pews.
CARROLL his assassination, the March 28, 1968 In Memphis; defense hospital. It was after an .Illness of several meeting of the delegates of The pulpit was scarred.The Sponsors
..indicted for bribery Rev. Martin Luther King told after he led a march protesting schedule for burning but weeks. the Republic of New Africa and church had been loaned for
his wife Coretta and top aide the city's refusal to grant Its escaped the holocausts. The unexpected death of Mrs. the Detroit Department of the meeting of the worter..Rev.' Regional Meet
Indictment returned several Rev. Ralph, Abernathy that he striking garbage men a pay According to Cosmo Johnson, Brown, co-founder of Walker's Police, when the latter shot Franklin, pastor, was not
I hours earlier by 'the Dade would not lead the Poor People's raise. adult supervisor at Fuller Hall, Business College of Jackson- their way into the beautiful and present during the shooting.Rev. Jacksonville's chapter of the
I County grand Jury. Campaign march on Washing On that day, what began as a the fight was egged Into reality spacious sanctuary of the Franklin later said, "I Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Last Wednesday, however, ton. nonviolent demonstration endedIn when Thompson, 5-10, 150 former 'theater building and do not denounce these people. namely Ypsllon Lambda Chap-
Governor Claude Kirk declined King's secret decision to blood. A Black youth was pounds cursed him, (Johnson). rF? engaged in battle with the Their goals are the same as ter, has as its guest general
to suspend the Negro commissioner cancel the Poor People's killed and 60 people were Injured Davidson apparently felt that Blacks, with, according, to the ours, only they approach them president who, like the organcation !-
\ -for the time being- Campaign was revealed today In a riot sparked by the Thompson was swearing at him t\ reports, New Africa riflemen from different directions. Itself, holds the
from his post.Suspension In an article appearing in ue march. The tragic event and took up the argument taking up umbrage behind the New Bethel Baptist Churchwas distinction of a few "firsts"In
of indicted county current Issue of Look Magazine. reportedly plunged King into a Thompson is reported to have luxurious pews of the church. the focal point for the an Illustrious career. Attorney -
'officials by a governor was "If Dr. King had lived, there deep depression which stayed brandished a knife. Davidsonran [ This is the first time in the mammoth demonstration of Ernest N. Mortal of
routine In the past, in Floridabut ,would never have been a Poor with him up to the time of his and slipped "Red" history of Detroit that a church several years ago In which New Orleans shown above Is
the Senate overruling of People's Campaign. I never told own death in Memphis on April stabbed him once, twice,a third has beel1invaded. Black leaders took a part.
Kirk's suspension action In a anybody that," said Rev. Ralph 4.From time. The last wound was Inflicted One white policeman was Hundreds of thousands
recent Taylor County case Abernathy, who succeeded King the beginning, King had under the rib cage. killed Another was Injured. witnessed a parade down Wood-
changed the order of things. to become president of the been reluctant to support the the Hall
Davidson, bleeding profusely, Both were .outside glass ward Avenue to theClty
Aides to the governor said' Southern Christian Leadership Memphis demonstrations, said ran through a glass door in doors More than 100 persons Square where stands,with three
late Wednesday that any Conference. He and other Andrew Young, executive vice- his attempt to escape. : were taken into custody. Seven other statues, one, of the great
possible suspension of former top aides Indicated that president of SCLC. During a Thompson, a senior, is rifles, three handguns and a Sojourner Truth.
Car ell-at least until outcome King had become weary and staff meeting with subordinates scheduled to finish this MRS. J.Ws BROWN large Quantity of ammunitionwere Judge George Crockett of the I
of the trial-hinged on either despondent over constant on April 4, King showed his semester. Johnson said that vllle, reduces the ranks of taken Recorder's Court and one of
Senate action or determinationthat criticism from friends and discouragement by stating that Thompson often engaged in pioneers in the field of business Police Commissioner several Black Jurists in the ,ri I "
the Metro commissioner foes. be "might do well to withdraw heckling the players at practice. education and training.Mrs. Johannes F. Spreen said the city of Detroit, released eight t
is legally a municipal officer According to these aides,King from the movement and let Davidson last year piled upa .,Brown's school was also two officers were on a routine of the men arrested because t
Indicted with Carroll on lost considerable belief in the militants take over," Young record of 896 yards in rushing unique int that It was known patrol on the street which is they had not been advised of .... '
soliciting a bribe and power of nonviolence in the told Look. Davidson forecast his death, as the oldest Negro business In the area of the racial convulsions their rights to call attorneys "A) ;
conspiracy to solicit a bribe months before his assassination King, however, was still saying "I know I'm not going school in America. of 1967. They reportedthat before being given nitrate teststo .r !
was Miami attorney Sy Cadroff.rn' His faith in nonviolence convinced that nonviolent to make ill"According Mrs. Brown's students, many about a dozen men in Army determine their guilt In the ...J I t t.I
-- ---- --- strategies were the only real I to President recruited during her extensive fatigues, armed with rifles and fir iDe of guns.Authorltiescountered J
rt Ctiicitaii tf" h ii ffFeKMiytf solution for liberatingAmerica's Thomas, the names of the tours through the country, hold carbloes, were gettinglnto the contention. ATTORNEY E. MORIAL
I -!{ Blacks, but he believed leading rampagers are known. positions throughout America. cars, and notified the Depart- Judge Crockett also cited a
{ l iI.;;i"f'Aiiilir t tLOS (, that too many people felt No mention was made U to Her work was widely acclaimed. ment that they were going to prosecutor for contempt. The making a visit to the regional

-' _. :... ...,.,...._ otherwise, the article said actions to be taken The deceased was president Investigate. The officers, with two exhanged: angry words confab at the Jacksonville
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ANGELES A a7 Only fifteen per cent of the of the school for more than 40 later reinforcements, were met when the prosecutor tried to Sheraton Hotel. On Friday
nun, Thomas Bradley was population Is Black. Bradley Miss. 5c.00110lrll Gives ,ear.. by a bail of firs when they keep one of the men in custody. morning Attorney Mortal,
among 14 candidates for mayorin had almost 42 per cent of the President Brown was graduated entered the lobby of the huge Judge Crockett listed the at- first Black representative in.
the western City of Los votes with half of thefotes. from the Florida N and building. The additional officers torney's absence from a bearing the Louisiana Statl Legislature,
Angeles and, since, of the Yorty bad only 26 per cent. The !I. ',To DeseirMitioi Phi I College and from Florida were able capture some of tie last Sunday as a personal affront will speak to the convention'
twelve, no one will receive others tailed, AIM, She was honored many belligerents.The .' with racial overtones. at 9 a.m. At 11 a.m. the emi
the majority of votes for In the Florida area Hell A. The South Panola School in aid. times for her efforts in the wounded came from New Rev;, Franklin said he would. nent sole will hold a press
election,there will of necessitybe Butler of Gainesville Jumped District of Mississippi Under this agreement! 20 per field d business education. A York, Detroit, and Chicago. rent the church again, "If I'm conference, to which aU
a runoff. ahead Tuesday with 900 votes squeezed under the HEW fund- cent of the 2,601 Negro pupils .cherished: citation was one received Considerable damage was don assured they don't have guns" Journalists are invited.
Bradley, a Democrat, after more than his opponent, after cutoff deadline early this week will be assigned to two formerly from the National ,to the church pastured by the Rumors of attempts by local Attorney Mortal, active Innumerous
virtually complete returnswere all 16 precincts were counted, and agreed to plan for its seven all-white schools as of this Association of Business nationally known radio police organizations to check areas, was the first
In Tuesday, was reportedto and won a seat on the City Commission public schools la the way of September. At the moment only I Colleges for her pioneering In preacher, Rev: .C. Franklin, upon Judge Crockett were Black man on the staff of the
be about 2,000 ahead of the conformity with federal !65 Blacks attend the almost the frying of the oldest Black whose recording of:"The Eagle publicised last week. Attorney General of Louisianaand
Incumbent Samuel Yorty. Butler Is a past chairman of guidelines. all-white school. school of business. Stlrreth Her Nest" and other Detroit was the scene,in 1967, is the first Black graduate
Bradley is a City Councilman .the Human Relations Advisory South Panels !bad been listed, In 1970 and 1971 Panola must, Mrs. Brown was a member of, records have brought him fame. of the of the worst racial outbreaks of the state's law school. He
and Is said.to have drawn heavy Board, a registered along with three other Deep dose two schools and assignall the Kphesus Seventh Day Soul Singer Aretha Franklin is U the United States. Is a product of the schools of
from white fessional nurse, aid the South bastions of prejudice, for' pupils by tone and not by' Adventlst Church. one of two daughters and sang New Bethel Baptist is situated Louisiana and holds a Buhelor
The Los Angeles city election coordinator of the Florida curtailment of funds, u Imposed freedom of choice. Planningwill \ Bora in Brunswick, Ga., the many years in the .ospel field In the area.,The Shrine of the of Science in Business Administration -
saw Bradley, 51 years old. an Housing Development for according to a deadline include extra buildings noted educator came to Jacksonville In the church.Bullets Black Uiifrm* is there. from Zavler. He saw
attorney and former police Lincoln Estates, Inc. Issued by Robert H. Finch of Teachers must be assigned by and set up the school. met marks, earring Blacks at the scene deniedshooting military service. He holds'
lieutenant step far ahead of Butler showed 4,750 votes.His HEN ratio also. The present over-all" Survivors Include Lafayette and damaging church furniture. from within the church numerous fraternal affiliations
Tony m CM 14-man race. opponent, W.W. Wllkerson Abbeville, B.C., Barowell, 8.' proportion of Black and white Browa husband, sisters, Class entrances were smashed; Man All, 27, of New York; tad is a member of the
Aa early counting of write-in showed 3,780 votes. The prl-, ,'C. and Water Valley, Miss, teachers may not be changed, ;nieces and' other relatives. a bullet splintered the edge of said "They came in like mad Catholic Chi rch.President
rotes pointed to a big vote for scary election was held three remained recalcitrant. according to Leon Panetta,I Funeral services will be the huge concert organ. dogs and started shooting from Morlsl has been active for years
Bradley. Be scored in weeks ago and five were 'In South Panda till be assured,' special assistant for civil, I Saturday at 4:SO p.... with Blood was on the' sidewalk. the side and the front at the la the isrememberedlorservices Urban League i the NAACP
fee traditional Republican vote the gulag.M then, of the continuance of the rights, 'Holmes-West Funeral Home In Footprints of blood lad down same time/' and
lithe area. ..-.. allocation of $200,000 a year eeegegqre charge. a stairway to the baceneat .eegeteege given as n professor at Xavlec

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Detroit Cops In "Mad Dog" Battle With Blacks At New Bethel Baptist

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Schoolhead Julia Walker Bn oWn Dies

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RXON. : CHARGED: INJlEAIHJaLWOJIIN I Roosevelt students PALM In Kennedy West BEACH Palm andCarver-Beach's Black

1 tN aw rdt High Schools walked out Tuesday
;vywa + Y -to the tune .of 2,321-40
; protest against' the possibly
phaselng out of their favored
centers of education.
Three hundred forty-eight
remained Tuesday according
to Superintendent LloydEarly.
* Students were expected to express -

Kirk' Delays Women Victims In Grid Star Was Wednesday Wednesday their meeting.more opinions than 2,000 In a

Tire/ Black students were suspended

Sus'easioa of car-Train Crash SSIlOsssMISSIOIOr 'A !' phaselng following out a clashconcernlng of three all-Negro the

.. FIbt schools. The suspensions were
automatic to school
Joshua Larkins, 61, 2070 12tM Larkin is now in a nurslnc PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas-The /j authorities. The school issueda
Street Jacksonville, faces a home recovering fron triple, and fatal, stabbing of a statement to the effect that
County Com
chart of manslaughter stemming Injuries. popular foot all star at Texas' all students reporting absent
mlssioner Earl J. Carroll
wu from a fatal car-train The 61-year-old man wai I nationally-known Prairie View would be suspended Lloyd F.
arrested and with
charted crash In which two women died. charged with the death ol r AIM University on Saturday r Early, superintendent said he
conspiracy to solicit a bribe Charges were filed by Harriet B. Hall, 54, 2065 Wes t Match 29, triggered a wild r ,jK hoped conditions would ease.
and bribe.
Assistant State Attorney 13th Street. Mrs Hall was said I vehement and destructive ram- Student leaders kept hi touch
and He released was booked in the at county Jail of Dawson lie Qualg araiutLartJ.na to be riding the back seat ol, page among the 4,000 students + -q qf with their memberships Homes

his attorney. custody who was alleged to be, the car which larkins wai I at the school, resulting In the f r e served as locales for operation
the driver of a car which bit driving burning of three school buildIngs Thus, the students were able
Officials said his name was broadside a freight engine of No charge was placed in the, the damaging of others in to avoid charges of truancy.
ot two Included
In sealed
Me a the Seaboard Coast Line at death of the late Mrs. Larklni and in a general disruption of a Superintendent Early said that

Avenue B after midnight on who was riding in the front seat. normally calm campus pro. the students' fears are based

"Jj January 15.1961.Larking Mrs. Larklns was dead on cedures. ,. GO speculation. Early made an
bi'seU i la .. ast arrival at the hospital.* ,SU-foot.Wesley Davidson, 20., appeal for uslstance from the
which coven the greater part The charge against Larking a sophomore football star;wu" An Infant on the pediatric floor of the University of Florida's Shards parents. He urged them to get
"' of his body was served the Is that of manslaughterthrou I pronounced dead in a hospital Teaching Hospital and Clinics looks to see "what's happening" from the arms of Pfe. Vernon the students back in school so
:.r. 1.1' papers by a state's attorney, culpable. negligence while I' at 1 am Sunday, about an hour' M.. Patterson, an Army reservist In the 445th Medical Clearing Company of the US. Army, as not to hamper. their
., He Is free without bond.' intoxicated:, after he had been'stabbed lD' Reserve The reservists are being trained one weekend a month by the hospital's nursing education. .
t+ Fuller Hall, one ot the, men's According to student committee -
staff as medical aldmen.; Pfc. Patterson is a local draftsman
-- dormitories.
h leaders, the students
Charged with the murder, and might have to remain from
\ King Discouraged uncaptured at the time of this I Mrs. Bro school throughout the week in

release, is Herbert "Red" Policeman Killed order to assure consideration

,Thompson, 26, Vietnam veteran of their grievances. .
By Tragic MurderOf from Beaumont and Dallas. As Plo. Integration plans have worriedthe
Students of the large student Church Battii students. Commissioner of
body, which numbers whites, Black Education Floyd Christian
several hours and made it ::.. ............ ..-;;..:;..--..:;_;::-_::- ....-;."::..=.-::_- :-;<<1 promised to "look into the
necessary for Dr.A,L.Thomas, Mrs. Julia The nationally- where church literature and matter.
Black PatriotEARL president, to Impose strong ,- New Bethel Baptist chairs were scattered.
restrictions.An woman, for more of Detroit wu the scene One wall contained 16 bullet Alpha Phi Alpha
old security office was a resident of of a gun battle between holes. Seven bullets piercedthe
NEW YORK before apparently hit a low ebb on
temporarily used u a civil of organizational
March 30 In a rear pews.
< his assassination the March 28, 1968 in Memphis,' Sponsors Big
defense hospital. It was after an of the delegates of The pulpit wu scarred
..Indicted for bribery Rev Martin Luther King told after he led a march protestingthe schedule for burning but weeks. of New Africa and The church had been loaned for
his wife Coretta and top aide city's refusal to grant its escaped the holocausts. The unexpected .t r 0 It Department of the meetlngoftheworkers.. Regional Meet
indictment returned several Rev. that he striking garbage men a
Ralph Abernathy pay
According to Cosmo Johnson, Brown, when the latter shot Franklin, pastor, wu not
hours earlier by 'the Dade would not lead the Poor People' raise. adult supervisor at Fuller Hall, Business into the beautiful and present during the shooting.Rev. Jacksonville's chapter of the
County grand Jury. Campaign march on Washing On that day, what began u a the fight wu egged Into reality sanctuary of the Franklin later said, "I Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Last Wednesday, however, ton.King's nonviolent demonstration endedin when Thompson, 9-10, 190 '''theater building and do not denounce these people. namely Ypsllon Lambda Chapter -
Co,:ernor Claude Kirk declinedto secret decision to blood. A Black youth was : has u Its guest general
pounds cursed him, (Johnson). In battle with the Their goals are the same u ,
suspend the Negro commissioner cancel the Poor People's killed and 60 people'were Injured : president who, like the organltatlon -
Davidson apparently felt that J7l'J; with, according to the ours, only they approach them
for the time being- la a riot sparked by the
Campaign wu revealed todavIn Thompson was swearing at him New Africa riflemen from different directions. Itself, holds the
from his post.Suspension an article appearing In tae march. The tragic event and took up the argument.Thompson up umbrage behind the New Bethel Baptist Church distinction of a few "firsts"
of Indicted county current Issue of Look Magazine. reportedly plunged King Into a In an illustrious career Attorney -
is reported to have = pews of the church. wu the focal point for the
,officials by a governor was "If Dr. King had lived, there deep depression which stayed brandished a knife Davidsonran !1 is the first time in the mammoth demonstration of Ernest N. Mortal of
routine in the past, in Floridabut would never have been a PoorPeople's with him op to the time of his and slipped "Red"stabbed of Detroit that a church several years ago in which New Orleans shown above, is
the Senate overruling of Campaign. I never told own death in Memphis on April
him once, twice,a third Invaded. Black leaders took a part.
Kirk's suspension action in a anybody that," said Rev Ralph 4.From time. The last wound wu Inflicted white policeman was Hundreds of thousands
recent Taylor County case Abernathy, who succeeded King the beginning, King had
under the rib cage. Another was Injured. witnessed a parade down Wood IC 1.a
the order of been reluctant to the
changed things. to become president of the support
Davidson, bleeding profusely, outside the glass ward Avenue to theClty Hall
Aides to the governor said Southern. Christian Memphis demonstrations, said
ran through a glass door in More than 100 persons Square where stands with three
late Wednesday that any Conference. He and other Andrew Young, executive vice-
his attempt to into Seven
escape. custody. other statues, one, of the great
possible suspension of former aides Indicated mat president of SCLC During a
top Thompson a senior, is three handguns and a Truth.
Carl ol -* least until outcome King had become weary and staff meeting with subordinates scheduled to finish this MRS.! 1.w.. quantity of ammunition Sojourner Crockett of the
of .the trial-hinged on either despondent over constant on April 4, King showed his semester Johnson said that vllle, reduces Recorder's Judge George Court and of
Senate action or determinationthat criticism from friends and discouragement by stating that one
Thompson often engaged in pioneers in the Commissioner several Black Jurists in the .
the Metro commissioner foes. he "might do well to withdraw heckling the players at practice. education and F. Spreen said the of Detroit released eightof
is legally a municipal officer. According to these aides,King from the movement and let city ,
Davidson last year piled up Mrs..Brown's were on a routine the men arrested because
Indicted with Carroll on lost considerable belief in me militants take over," Young of 896 unique int that
a record yards rushing. f"b on the street which is they bad not been advised of
soliciting a bribe and power of nonviolence In the told Look. Davidson forecast his death, u the oldest area of the racial con their rights to call attorneys
'conspiracy to solicit a bribe months before his ususJDa- King, however, was still school
saying "I know I'm not going of 1967. They reported before being given nitrate teststo
was Miami attorney SyCadroff. tlon. His faith in nonviolence convinced that nonviolent
to make DF"According Mrs. Brown's a dozen men Army determine their guilt In the
strategies were the only real to President recruited during armed with rifles and
firing guns.Authorities ,j
solution for
,JrcIiiitkiiiWLHLOS IIb.UUDrAmerica' Thomas, the names of the tours through the were gettlngmto
countered the contention.
Blacks, but he believed ,
I leading rampagers are known. positions notified the Depart- Judge Crockett also cited a
4'F Di!! I jjf tl otherwise that too the many article people said felt No mention wu made U to Her work wu they were going to prosecutor for contempt. The making a visit to the regional

actions to be taken. The deceased .. The officers: with two ezbanged angry words confab at the Jacksonville
ANGELES A Blackman Only fifteen per cent of thepopulation of the school for were met when the prosecutor tried to Sheraton Hotel. On Friday
Thomas Bradley was is Black. Bradley Miss. School Board Gives ,years. hall of fire when they keep one of the men in custody. morning Attorney Mortal,
among II candidates for mayorIn )pad almost 42 per cent of the < President the lobby of the huge Judge Crockett listed the at- first Black representative In
the western City of Los votes with half of thetotes In. uated from the The additional off leers torney's absence from a bearing the LoulsianaState Legislature,'
Angele and, since of the Torty had only 26 per cent. The I li To Desegregation Plea I College and tocapture some of tie last Suildayu_personal affront will speak to the convention'
twelve,' no one will receivethe others tided ." AIM. She wu ., with racial overtones. at 9 a.m. At 11 a.m.the eminent -
majority. of votes for In the Florida area Nell A. The South Panola School in aid. times for her came from New Rev:' Franklin said he would solon will hold a press
election,, there will of necessitybe Butler of Gainesville Jumped District of Mississippi Under this agreement 20 per field of business and Chicago. rent the church again, "If I'm conference, to which aU
a runoff.Bradley ahead Tuesday with 900 votes squeezed under the HEW fund- cent of the 2,501 Negro pupil -cherished damage wudone assured they don't have guns." journalists are invited.
a Democrat, after more than his opponent after cutoff deadline early this week will be assigned to tvo formerly ceived from church putored by the Rumors of attempts by local Attorney Mortal, active innumerous
virtually complete re terns all 16 precincts were counted, and agreed to plan for its seven all-white schools u of this Association knows radio police organizations to check areas wu the first
were la Tuesday, was reportedto l.Dd"OD a seat on the City Com- public schools In the way of September At the moment only Colleges for her Rev.: .C. Franklin, upon Judge >Crockett were Black man on the staff of the
be about 2,000 head 01 the mission. conformity with federal 99 Blacks attend the almost the founding of recording of "The Eagle publicised last week. Attorney General of Louisiana
incumbent Samuel Torty. Butler is a put chairman of guidelines. all-white schools.In school of Her Nest" and other Detroit, wu thsc'ntlD 1967, and Is the first Black graduated
Bradley Is a City Councilmanand .the Human Relations Advisory Sooth Panels bad been listed, 1910 and 1911 Panola must Mrs., Brown have brought him fame. of the of the worst racial outbreaks the state's law school. Be
is said to have drawn heavy Board, a registered along with three other Deep dose two schools and assign the Ephesus Aretha Franklin is in the United States. Is a product of the schools at
support from white backers. fessional nurse, and the South bastions of prejudice, for all pupils by tone and not by' Adventist Church. two daughters and sang New Bethel Baptist is situated Louisiana and holds a Buhelor
The Los Angeles city election coordinator of the Florida curtailment of funds, u Imposed freedom of choice. Planningwill Born In Br1 ears in the .ospel field In the area' The Shrine of the of Science in Business Administration -
saw Bndley, 91 years old an Housing Development for according to a deadline include extra buildings. noted educator Black Madonna is there. from Zavler. Be saw
attorney and former police Lincoln Estates, Ion Issued by Robert H. Finch of Teachers must be assigned! by sonville and set met marks, scarring Blacks at the scene denied military service. He holds
lieutenant step far ahead of Butler showed 4,75Ovda.His HEX ratio also. Thepresentover-ill' Servtvori "ging church furniture. shooting from within the church. numerous fraternal affiliations
Torty la the 14-man rice opponent, W.W. Wllkerson, Abbeville, I.C., Bunwen 8. proportion of Black and white Brows .. were smashed; Matt All, 27,'' of New Tort/ and Is a member of the
An early counting of write-in showed 1,180 rotes The primary -, I C. and Water Valley, Miss, teachers may not be changed, nieces and other splintered the edge of said "They came in like mad Catholic Chrc .Prealdlllt '
votes pointed to a big vote for election wu held three remained recalcitrant. according to Leon Panetta, Funeral concert organ. dogs and started shooting from Mortal bubeeatetiveforyears'in
Brtdl.,.. He scored In nee ofme weeks ago, and five were ta South Panola till be oared, special assistant for civil Saturday at .: wu on the sidewalk the side and the front at the the Urban League,the NAACP
traditional Republican vote the naming. then, of the continuance of the rights ,Holmes-West of blood led down same lime' and Is remembered servteesgiven
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Published by the F, orida Star Publishing Company BRAY MARTINlUClFER'KING.DII>NOT KILL WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.


FORMER ORGANIZER One year ago- n April 4Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was
FORTHSKUKLUXKLANANDTHENM v shot and killed In Memphis. His killer is now behind bars, but

NEGRO PREM ERN\TIONAL Investigations should be pursued vigorously Into evidence of a
conspiracy.The .
LAWYER FOR RAY.' ,; S:1 V verdict of the court Is In, but what of the verdict on the
kiss nation, whose shame Is not erased? The meaning U a man's
death Is In his We-what he fought for and what he stood for.
ERIC 0. SIMPSON...WANASING SITU 1 Dr. King was a leader in a great national crusade to cleansethe

: blot of racism from the tortured past and the stained present.
HILDA VOOTEN..CIRCIIATION NANAfiERMAILINfi ': : t' ,4s How far have we as anatlon come In pursuing the goals for
.l which Dr. King laid down his life? Sadly,the answer Is that little
ABBRESS /' !l. progress has been made.
j f( Several weeks before Dr. King's assassination! the Kerner

l Report was Issued, warning that the nation Is moving toward
2323 MONCRIEF 1011p.0. two societies separate but unequal. Now, the Urban Coalition

tfgRwv.1s and Urban America have Issued another report-One Year
.. BOX 5)9 JACKSONVILLE, FLIIIBA 32211 Later-..studying what has been done about the Kerner Com
mission's recommendations. Their conclusion: "The nation has
D not reversed the movement apart. Blacks and whites remain
PHONE 354-1712 deeply divided In their perceptions experiences of American

MIAMI OFFICE 501B I.'. 7th AYE. society.All of this Indicates that Dr. King will have died In vain unless

'" those of us who bellve In creating a better society redouble our

r PHONE 7513179UBSCRIPYIONRATE efforts to win what he fought for.
",: April 4 will be a day of renewed mourning; a day of ceremonies

:. honoring Dr. King's memory. The best way topay tribute to this
\' great fighter for human rights Is to rededicate ourselves to the
Half Year Mailed To You
l, One Year, $12.00! $7.00 Ideals he represented.

Anywhere In We United: States Prime among these was equality. It was Martin Luther King's

Subscription Payable in Advance dream that one ray there would be an America In which whites
and Blacks would be full partners equality. lie fought against
.Send! Chef Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 590 the evils of segregation and the more sbutle evils of discrimination. -
That fight must be continued.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 After Dr. King's death, a wave of shame and remorse swept

the country. Whites and Blacks alike pledged themselves to
become more concerned with ending poverty and with helping
A New Student ApproachSome SUDDENLY THEY WANT IN .WHY? the dispossessed. Now the time has come to rekindle the flame
of morality; to fulfill those pledtes and promises.

.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmummtYOUR iwY Individuals have to rededicate themselmJo volunteer their
1,500 students at Gonzaga University Spokane Wash. .nuvmummmmntmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmttmm time their energies their Influence, to tntstause of bringing
staged what may been an example of the nation's most peacefu'campus justice and equality to this nation wblcVlacks those qualities to
revolt. No windows were broken. No police were called such a glaring degree. ,
to put down disorder.In i WEEKLY i Iw And April 4 Is also a day to reaffirm our belief in non-violence.
the end the shidants approved by a huge-majority resolution- If Dr. King's namels associated with!! anything. It Is associated
backing of all people--the university president and the reforms'he withthe concept of non-violence. That such a great man of peace
Is trying to make. should die a violent death only underscores his unswerving belief
'The students did close the university for one day. They met at: In non-violent challenges to the society. He correctly saw that
the student union and helda"day affirmation." They separatedinto violence only breeds counter-violence, creating a never-ending
groups tof 30 and discussed where they thought Gonzaga HOROSCOPE GUIDE circle of oppression that can only doom our efforts to create a
should be going. Just society.We .
The demonstration was Initiated when It was rumored that thelU1lverstY'1 E all have a responsibility toworkfor change, but the greatest
', : president the Very Rev John P. Leary, was aboutto : burden must be with those who have the power. This first anniversary -
resign at the insistence of the Jesuit faculty members who E ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH of the tragedy that befell all Americans would be an
,:objected to some of his views and decisions affecting the university -, Ideal time for the nation's leaders In government, labor, and

and Its students.The industry to declare their commitment to bringing about equality
Issues of conflict centered around these Issues: He had for all.Great.

appointed three laymen to the university's formerly all-priest = ARE YOUR LUCKY- DAYS : questions are In the balance: whether our trillion-dollar
.Board of Trustees; then the new board and he agreed to permit o. economy can support a war on poverty; whether It can bUd
coeds to visit men's dormitory rooms. The board and he failed< w .r decent housing and provide Jobs and education for all. The
to condemn publicly a poem written by a Negro student and answers could decide whether our cities and our hopes for true
published In the student newspaper.This E FOR : democracy will survlce.
course of action might restrain much of the trouble now One to Insure that will Is
way they for all of us, Black and
flaring up at our universities for It represented an effort to be white rich and poor to work for change In the same spirit
responsive to the will of the student body. 5 that Martin Luther Jr.
BUSINESS-IOYE-TRAYEL ? King worked to make his dream of a
united America reality..
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LiliA. NPI Writer Blames Christopher
In general, decorum at basketball games Is commeoo bfe. But MIESIORN CANCER CAPRIMU
!there are a few who make themselves nuisances at these athletic
MARCH IDlE Columbus For National Violence
incounters. For this reason we would like to speak to them. BORN SEPT. BORN DEC.

hw No'.h1Delrlltates'MIA 'hlaMiai'.mrtitth". fans more who .'On't than lee having quletfora their evenings minute ruined.More 210 APRIL 19th 22Bd JULY 22id 23rd OCT. 23rd 2211. IAN. 19th WASHINGTON (NPI) Those who profess to be dismayed
: by the "violence" taking over our nation be overlooking
b; ; thc ''t enjoy may
disgusting than is the fellow;who feels the
Be In the When there
vanguard Trial and error. Until there It the fact that American history has been full of violence since
without a few drinks-the hardrock stiff Johnny Wither Figure out. There Is a more
game Is a good cause to be taken up can be no doubt as to the real Set the pace. Even If It looks that fateful day in 1492 when Christopher Columbus landed In
soft drink positive period ahead which
Then there is the specialist who keeps asking people'to may
are among the first nature of and feels like winter the new wor14.loterractal .
personal aspirations as yet
cokes from vandor to ..him then the to the enable many to restore order
pass pus money to volunteer wben the callfora1l1'is and the methods devised to it does not take away from the hostility is old stuff In this country. Those who get
vendor and then the vendor passes his change back. It would not wherever it has been disturbed
; ,
sounded. Their pioneering fulfill them It may be the the knowledge that spring Is no, upset about Negro rioting may forget that white Americans han
be so bad if he did this Just gnp'but he makes It a habit as longas including all-Important '
the game lasts. spirit 1* so well grounded u to better part of wisdom to adopta nomic department. Then start longer far Iwa,. The daylight long rioted against Orientals. '. Negroes,' and members of their
make their lenlcell1'eat1y10 makeshift that that comes a lute earlier own as well.: ,
policy can be and group
who stilL He to thinking In terms of the
Finally there is the guy can't sit continues future
demand. Continue to look Into
altered lingers somewhat Is Today's race riots are the offshoots of slave revolts which
with each longer
'.itve his seat, causing people to get up to let him pass down change of.... and what can be done to keep werea
uu alslo. so-called profit-making propositions the winds. Individuals are going ? It stable and uncluttered by proof enough of that. With Itj; part of American history even before the United States was

These thoughtless folk: All consider the rights of others.If with a magnifying glass through pretty much the same emotional or other complications comes risinj desire to pro- founded.
so as not to be caught on the experiences that nations are The duce more and to Increase the Gabriel Prosser In 1800; Denmark Vesey in 1822; and Nat
thoughtlessly tav. made yourself a nuisance at the game search for happiness
losing end In the final accounting being subjected to. We all know related returns Ambition, If Turner, in 1931, all engineered slave revolts that did not win
try and Improve ,..,r {Banners at the next game you attend. after all, Is very real. It Is up
i Friends may be stirring there Is something wrong but to each and everyone to determine left to Its own devices Is likely the black man his freedom but nevertheless! shook white
up the vivid Imagination with do not quite know exactly what. Just what form It Is to take on amplitude and draw people up. ,
NAACP'' Legal Task Goes On tales that have more fantasy Consequently, It Is Just u difficult to take, and what are the surest likely, you Into rather unusual activities But even Gabriel Prosser was not the first to lead a black'
than 'Substance. to back them to prescribe! the proper mediums to obtain It. or occupations. This uprising. Between 1663 and 1864, 109 separate slave revolts
up.. We do may not entirely suit mateor occurred in this country. During massive slave InN
Staff remedy. can only our 9 ?0 14 77 your a uprising
With Redllced'Legll 23 ,
.1-40-14-11-93-714. best from day to day and cope ,987 others' who live under. your tir for ,.t.ti in 1712, several whites were shot and buildings
with each problem as It arises, roof. set afire before order was restored.
One of the strong arms of the NAACP lias been the power ot its TAIRIS to the best of our ability. SCORPIO 3-,90-14 il-78-631 Whites have also commItted their share of violence-bothagalnst

legal staff in convincing theSupreme'Court: of injustices involving APRIL f- 50162249112LEO themselves and others. ;
Black people for many decades. OCT. During Shay's Rebellion In 1786, a group of hard-pressed poor

Not long ago the legal staff almost as a body quit because of 2111 MAY 20th 24th. NOV. 22id AQIARIIS farmers In the western part of Massachusetts, resentful about
alleged pressure from the executive secretary with referenceto the tax laws passed the state legislature,seized the law courts
the legal staffs impropriety. However, members of the BORN JULY Unshackle yourself. Doubts BORN JAN.20th and prevented any Justice from being administered. \

resigned staff agreed to complete, on a retainer,basis, pending K takes feeling. Anyone who is '.nhibiuons, and prejudices CaQ The anti-Catholic riots of the 1840s and the 1850. were capped
cases which they were handling.As in thtpIUOOofba'lnetoneure' 23rd AI6. add to a pretty heavy load, FEI. 11thIt's by a particularly bloody outbreak in PhihiMpMa., the city of
a matter of fact, some cases have had to be handled one out what the other fellow Is up to 22ii especially when one keeps piling Brotterly Love, In 1844.

local basis, sometimes on their own in collaboration with the will not get far with ordinary Do the hob. Whether like them on Instead ditching playtime. It could be the
national office.In guesswork. One has to you right moment to change the
put them. tt be to
spit. of this slight Interruption the work of the NAACP Is oneself in the other person's or Job not that, has there to appears be done.to'be It Is a a I find a quiet may corner opportune in orderto furniture around where you five When, Will "Birn It Down" Stop ?
being carried on. Among the more notable cases now being 1pd1mac1De what would as a way of overcoming the
and wonder and to AU
shoes fact that the ponder across the nation
tackle new
sooner we incidents
handled by the former legal staff are the defense of the Texas logical thing to do under' find out exactly what your real winter doldrums Or, If you vandalism have struck at dozens of protest and
an unpleasant the less of
:1 Southern Unlv.nltystudenll accused in the death of a policeman the same circumstances. task Hwou don't mind going through the universities and colleges.
problems are. naturally Club-swinging
it becomes. The police and hit-run
during a campus disturbance In May 1167; and the filing of a Failure to understand each onerous longer be resented else trouble, have the. house or dissidents have clashed time
let it slide the anyone would and time again! in day-long
we more difficult series of
damage suit against! the chief of the South Carolina State Highway other could result in rather it will be. The offer to enlighten you on this apartment redecorated and al- In Washington the nation's
Patrol In the slaying ot, three South Carolina State College sharp and deep-seated Dunderitand1ap.llhouldbefa1rly- stage may have but still It would facilitate tered. You may even be toying governors voted overwhelmingly,'
core oto
students.. been arrived at where a better ,with the Idea of moving out campus disorders but rejected Governor Ronald

The handling of cases on a local basis may retard be work peaceful during the rest of the understanding has with been key associates one who the task loves tremendously.you dearly, The and altogether and taking up residence ReaIlO'foment more call unrest.for federal loYesUptJod out at liar It would
now reached
the NAACP. Next time you give to the Asnoclatlan, double your month with local Interests and who Is of in a suburb, In another
sure affection
making It easier all around to your passed I let or resolutions
former contribution.! problems the community, or in an alien land. acs small' stating "lawlesi
dominating dally face problems and new under in return, could be the ideal .' bJ I segment or the student population must apt be
scene; takings. Friends may be little person to undertake such a 8rsr.91183508PISCES : allowed to Interfere with the vast numbers students
This Week In Negro HistoryApril 7-30-1-99-89x313 freer with advice and, maybe, Job. But you must be helpful earnestly seeking educatIOll... an

with cash, should It be needed .'by being willing to Judge yourself -
2, 1867: Howard University, Washington D.C. chartered lEI III i70.173364:101VIII as you would others. '
by an Act of Congress. ISIS MAY URN FEB.ISth Nefro .History !I. RetrospectYes

April t, 1905: Birth of Josephine Baker, actress-singer-dancer MAR. 21th.
of international fame, In St. Louis. She now makes her home 21st JINE 21st SACITTARIIS we are aware; that the Negro History Week celebration took
In France. BORN Alt. Everybody cuts in. Be the place last week. We pjrposely waited, so that we could 1 view the
Worry is debilitating To be URN' NIV. recipient of a bananas and see whole matter In retrospect. '
S 18ZZ under strain 23rd how long It takes for people. The true place or the Negro hu been distorted
April : E.H. Hale, anti-slavery author, born. constantly over SEPT. 22U by tile creation
something that cannot be clearly 23 IEC. 21st Including utter strangers to of a myth about Negroes away back durlne early slavery

April 3, 1867: James Walker'became the first Negro to vote defiata can really take the Joy Share with whom? Of course,' try and chisel in under OM. At that time, the Negro was viewed II being to the K
In the State of Nebraska,' casting his ballot at a city charter out of life It Is better to learn couples and I families should 'Do tt quickly. If a aurifice guise or another. This is 'one animal, or Just slightly above It. The white wrUerVcretted
election In Plattsmouth. the troth right off the bat and share everything, both goodand has to be made, It will not make valid reason why the need for, Mxarre. relatbnshlps of a sexual nature between Hacks'and
to face up to Its Implications. bad, since this Is the cement tt easier to try and do It by secrecy has been stressed, animals.
April 3, m8: Organisation la Chicago of the National De Sable There are more favorable .that Is binding. But when squafntsnces' -. degrees or pat It- oft wherever It Is possible to main- The Nat Turner incident tow a veil over the Black'man and
Memorial Society for the study of life and history of Jean factors for taking Individual and, occasionally, Indefinitely. The pain may bt ;tala It. If anyone feels trapped was forbidden to get an education. Later segregation laD
Baptlste Point De Salble, explorer and first permanent settler action during these coming utter strangersbeUevethatthey sharp but short-lived when a la one way or another It could perpetuated Inferior schools for Blacks who Deeded education
of Chicago. weeks ma they should be nave a right to dip freely Into1 clean cut Is made and the problem be a fine time to take a trip. most. In shrewd ways! lscrlmlnaUOft against Negroes continues.
utilised aceonttaf to personal one's hard-earned gains the eradicated once and for 0 not only would be protective! The Negro History Week orator at FAMU cited the startling
moment to all. And it's not good to look but It could give you tae to fact that in Atlanta about S books are made
April 3, 1944: VS. Supreme Court voids white primary. clrcuastaaces. ft appears as astophascome.. available for each
If domestic and public relations .:This applies to people who borrow back with longing for this could sort out ideas philosophic, BUck child, white 31 are provided for each white child
for considerable 1mprovemlnt and to prevent one from seeing the replacing those that are shop New Issues have been raised by the "take rf
are tot forget bring (things over educational
1825 William in
April Syphax educator me District
: pioneer with mlnadmlntatrauon..-
worn brand
la [instances where back U well. aorlsoa that is lying a new set that who ha" found out
People who waste rosy petition impressively
of Columbia hors Alexandria
on George Washington's estate at
fit that the Gl
more with the time A courll and
ahead. Mars { protocol
time straight entering
VA. they BS> have beea troubled. your may be placed] In brq. DO responsiveness
And eaUaisna who are going the same category U those! who the-rising' solar lip Is like companion who shares more or OD the put of school heads. '
April 4, 1968: Death of Dr. Martin Utter King, Jr..'at age to xwajafra .ore In. the way of try to unburden their troubles the snot starting oft a new less the same views cube at, b1 an assassins bullet us 1M """* Lorraine cooperation are not likely to pn your shoulders.' race which messy of you may Invaluable service la this and ra41caI. nationalists, or ab11Woo1lts our Americas IOCI.ty
Motel, Memphis, TellL be disappointed In this respect. 6.10.15-44.$5.351 .be' fully qualified to win,. other respects. must respond In I positive **'. A. true knowledge of Negro
IOliIf'.1II; 4.to.ll-rM-4Y-fM 550.l68366g800, history.will help white Americans to see the error of their: ways"I.
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RILL 5, nn SUN PAPERS 'UE.lDoubleRing

Ceremonies Planned For Simpson Methodist i w 0

Kare. G.MVO Moor Aid Hazel r,1

Zeta Phi| Betas Plan| Mf! Programs

Louise Moore To Pledge Troth ;: < ?" ,U !> SVi msfi I W L

I A double-ring ceremony will take place 6p.m. April 18 In toe \ FASHIONABLE STYLING
Simpson United Methodist Church. i ijtr
Tills unique event follows upon Town Heights, New York. .
the announcement of Mrs Kars.'. fiance was graduated '"errt WARDS HANDSOME FOOTWEAR
James Moore that one daughter, from the senior high school
Karen Geneva, will become the of Durham, North Carolina, and .J.JI
bride of William Brown, son of is a student at New York
Mr and Mrs William Brown, University..
Sr., of.Durham, North Carolinaand Haul and her fiance were a I Ii
the other, Basel Louise, graduated from Matthew W.
will become the bride of Gilbert High School.
Maurice Hudson, of Jackson She is now a student at the
ville. He Is the son of Mr. and Florida A&M University in Tal
Mrs. Henry Hudson. lahassee.
Karen Geneva was graduated He Is with the Merchant Marine r
from the Matthew W. Gilbert Corps.
High School and Is a former
student of Beihune-Cookman ReY. Emory Searcy,
College. She is now a memberof
the staff at the Wlltwlch Checks Miami For
School for Boys on the Eleanor
Roosevelt Campus in New York Pre .Confab Program

Hospital Rev. Emory R. Searcy, president -
of the
Group SponsorsAlumnae National Baptist Convention,
Inc., was in Miami Beach last
DinnerThe w.ek for a two-day inspection
tour of convention facilities. i
i.f i.
Annual Florence
Nightingale -
Some 4,000 ministers and
Dinner sponsored by the -.
delegates are expected for the
Brewster Hospital Alumnae association's annual meeting: Intematlonally-Drganlzed Zeta Phi BetaSororltyInc.,wblcll .by! several of the many who came, explaining part of the agenda.
Association will be held Satur- here lAugust Si-September 7. is doing effective work abroad the Interest of social uplift, According to this plan each chapter represented will adopt a
day 10 at 7:30 outlinedin family in the South Carolina city. Every effort will be made to
May p.m. at The bead of the 600,000 last week, through representatives various regions, BUCKLE WING
The Sheraton-Jacksonville member religious organization Washington a unique program for aiding needy families in meet major needs of the families. So enthusiastic and effective .
Hotel. sal4 he was "very much Im- Burford, South Carolina. National Grand Baslleus Mildred were the decisions that plans have been set up for annual confabs. In burnished brace v.

Miss Marian E. McKenna, pressed" after visiting severalof Bradham of Jacksonville, in. the above picture,is seen surrounded
director of s
graduate programs,
the convention hotely and
University of Florida, Gainesville the Miami Beach Ansltorium

The, will Alumnae be the speaker.group is association's which will be general the site meeting of the Zeta Phi Beta Regional Meet Talks

interested in being of help to "Miami Beach Is truly the
their fellowmen, therefore ideal convention city," Searc
financial aid has been given to said short
following a sight Plan'For
student nurses, the Ruth Met-. seeing trip, "I am looking for- Over "Adopt-A-Family" NeedyWASHINGTON
tlnger Scholarship Fund andother ward to our September

worthy causes. gathering as the greatest ever." Thirty-five was that for a' FamllyAdoptlonPlanforAsslstance- CUll Ion. of procedures Among the persons presentwere I

Zeta Chapters, representing Involved. the FounderPresidentEmeritus
I ] WEDDING I fifteen states and seven regionswere to families of the BurfordSouth, The first Workshop for local Mrs. Arizona Stem- I
BELLS called together here from Carolina area. presidents of this National mons, Philadelphia the immediate -
eight geographic regions to Each chapter will contributeto Greek Sorority was directed by Past Grand Baslleus,
Herbert L. Brown, 715-1/2 Walter Humphrey, 1338 Florida explore a comprehensive planof a family In such a way as to Mrs. Isabel M. Herion, first Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe, Grand-
Florida Ave., 22 and Faith Ave, 39 and Susan McMillan, action for improving the help meet the major needs. antl-baslleus, from the stateof ford, New Jerseyandappofnted
Young 2106 Forest St., 18. 1557 Franklin St., 48. delivery of effective servicesas The states from which more Louisiana. Because of the Committee Chairmen working
emphasized in the 1970 than 40 delegates assembled Impact of the actions taken, with the national affiliated.
Willie J. Elmore, 1744 W. 15th Melvin Ward, 5517 Agra Ct., theme, "Meeting human needs Included Florida, Texas, and the quality of information Their rich experience and e
St., 26 and Janice E. Harris, 42 andJoan A. -McCarthy, 5517 through designing and developIng 'Louisiana, Georgia,Tennessee, received, it was recommendedthat sorority background added Sir
1862 W. 27th St., 19. Agra Ct., 33.Lorenzo methods of Improving the North Carolina, South Carolina, such a meeting be held much to the success of the
delivering effective service." Illinois, New York, New Jersey, annually. workshop.
Waters Fisher, Jr., 1433 Among the resolutions adopted Oklahoma, Virginia, West
Franklin St., 22 and BarbaraJ. Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland -
McCray, 1138 Pacettl St.,' Goodwill Prayer and Washington, D.C., a OPENINGFRIDAY In burnished olive Cv

College Honors 19. .district Mrs. Mildred C. Bradham, APRIL 11 : -l.M.:

Donald Roberson, Terrell, Bind Announces grand basileus, demonstrated Frl >' I IIt Ir
Texas 26 and Patricia A.King i.U. .' A.M. r
? -I'i." .a' Plan of'Programming", as SATAPRIL 12'Saf.
Brenda. McCullough. .320. S:7th $)t., lax.Beach. Fla.>*' Trinity Tea participants raised points of "'ot
*, 23 *" Interest and engaged in dls-
Brenda Crlssett McCullough, Missionary Gloria Burt, advisor -
Stanford 2308
James C. ,
of of the Goodwill Prayer Semi -Ciylc Social
a 1985 graduate Edward Southern St., 21 and Gwendolynb. It,
Waters College was elected Band, along with Rev. Louise
Bradley 2332 Johnson Ave.
"Teacher of the Year";.by the 19. Roberts, advisor of the Roseof Club Plans MeetingThe TYRONEDAVIS a

student body of the school Sharon Prayer Band, andRe Semi Civic Social and
recently.The * ,. Edna Mae Spencer, will Saving Club will meet Monday
teacher sponsor' a Trinity Spiritual Tea
energetic young night, April 7, at 8 p.m. In the
was selected from the college'sfaculty Sunday, April 13; at the Acorn home of Mrs Lola Romans
Hamillon .Whittaker Street Community Center from ,
of 40( instructors for 1106 Grothe Street. Mrs. E.
her unselfish service to 4 to 6 p.m. Appearing will be Smalls Is president. Mrs. J.
students and the college duringthe Nuptials Announced the Voice of Jerusalem Singers, Jordan is secretary.Dahlia .
year. the Traveling Stars and other
The school's announcement of M'ra. Elsie Whittaker local talent. Garden

the award referred to Mrs. announces the engagement of St Paul AME
McCulloigh as "not only a her daughter, Laura Whittaker, AMI IIS "SOIL" BAN
dynamic and conscientious to Terrence Hamilton, son of Church Plans Circle Meets
educator but also a source of '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hamil- The Dahlia Garden Circle will
inspiration to students." ton.The Centenary ProgramSt. meet Thursday, April 10, in
Mrs. McCullough is an instructor -
wedding will take EXCELSIOR
the home of Mrs.Alberta
In the humanities Paul AME Church, Myrtle Curry, STUD LOUNGER
April 7 at 8 p.m., 3403 Halnes 1611 West 11th Street
department and teaches The bride-elect is a graduateof Avenue and 13th Street, will Mrs. Gertrude Stafford in burnished olive
will t Restiuun1
freshman English and world the David T. Howard School be the scene of the anniversary bring to the Circle the Champagne lounge I
literature. She also serves as Mr. Hamilton was graduatedfrom of its one-hundredth year of
of the
sweet pea. Queen B. 5516 SOUTH DRIVE-
sponsor of the sophomore! class, a school In New York existence.The Williams is
a girls' social club (Les Fllles City. church was organized In president. NONE I 765 9255 715 J300S3.00
de Charms),and the Les Quettes the home of its first missionary Rabia Temple
Club. leader, Mrs. Violet
After graduating from Edward Henry Hardin Williams, at Stuart and Adams Sponsors Easier DMIS.ION Theleader

Waters inl985Mrs.McCul-. Street. The congregation moved
enrolled at Florida Returns to the present location in 1953.
lough To Hunt
Observance Egg Monday ADV. TICKETS ON SALE AT: Excelsior Lounge,
Mechanical activities
and will include
Agriculture 5516 Soutel Drive, Abe Livert Records Shop, 115
University, where she received For ResidenceHenry the John Watson Night Rabla Temple, No. 8 of the 728
City West Adams Street, and Bob's Record Shop, '
herMaster of Education degreein in honor of the senior officers Nobles of the Mystique Shrine West Ashley Street. \(
June of 1966. Hardin,former residentof and elder members. A banquet is sponsoring an Easter Egg ,.
As a student at Edward Waters Jacksonville, has returnedto will be held April 25 at the Hunt on April 7 at 3 p.m. at
she maintained an academic the city. Mayflower Hotel. A day of fun Mt., Herman Park.George Davis look
average of above 3,0 and was An avid bowler, Hardin is will be featured for the youth Is Illustrious Potentate. Noble '
named "Miss Les Fllles de interested in contacting senior on April Z6 Thomas Williams is reporter. Your professional beautician

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; 1 Dr. Nathan Wright Will Leave Episcopal l Status As Active Qlergymaj i

Presiding Bishop Stark Evangelist launches New TV Series- Racism I II CkristitB CkirckPillllll I CHORCH: NEWS

Regrets Edscator's MoveThe "<> 0. : ; Iii I Ill Criticized Bv U. Church Uniti1i COLOSSIAl BAPTIST

at CoioulaDa BaItIat at the
While ,,"Iet.w1U be held
Bishop of the Episcopal .u veil u your writings Sunrise
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
Diocese of Newark the Right at times have been a controversial : Royal Tabernacle and the New till
you NEW YORK CITY A legal defense of Marie HilL a at 9:30 a.m. with the
Reverend Leland Stark flgtrt have has participate.. Sunday School begins superIntended
you who
J strongly-worded attack on I17-year-old Negro girl The lesson will be reviewed
announced last week that Dr. rightly us to look at and teachers to charge.
forced white racism Inside Christian been sentenced to die In North teachers. The Easter progrid
Nathan Wright Jr. was r..lenDIlDY an urban issue that otherwise churches America as wells Carolina's gas chamber In the by the superintendent and
service at
begin 6 .
ing his post u Executive we might not hive been, to the country u a whole was .fatal shooting of a white grocer will begin at 1 p.m The evening 1 will p mj
=, Director of the Department of willing to examine in depth." made here by the Committeefor ''last October. Through the Choir No. I and No 2 and Usher Boar give I serve throughout fterl-!
Urban Work of the Dioc....Dr. "At the same time as my Racial Justice of the United efforts of the Committee's the day. The Singing U S. Crawford to 1
u. sponsor
,' Wright who was chairman of resignation takes effect on April Church of Christ. executive director the Rev servlct at I p.m. for Dual Day
at Choir ll
:, t. the 1967 and 1968 National 29," Dr. Wright said In a letter The committee recommendedthat Charles E. Cobb, and theNAA.CP Prayer service will be held 6 Tuesday Choir No. 2 p.m.will rehearse No id
Conferences Black Power to the Bishops nd the will have Its rehearsal at p.m.
on 9 the twomillionmemberUnited Legal Defense Fund, a to located at 1153 West allt Street!
i will be going Into full-time work members! of the Department of Church of Christ ac- stay of execution: was granted ;4:30 p.m. The church

to urban and education planning! Urban Work, "I stall also F knowledge own shortcomings January I, and lawyers for .

and consulting, his firm to be formally be giving up my status to race relations and "confess Marie Hill haft filed an appealfor FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAP'TIST'Sunday with the superintendent I
i known as Empowerment Associates as an active clergyman of the that white racism permeatesour a new trial. School begins at 945 Mrs

: of Newark and New! Church. For nearly five years i1i denomination, u .it does Mr. Cobb announced the appointment Leaster Smith, to charge. The Winston morntog'Mrvtte Ware. An begins old-fashioned at 11:Jol I

York. Dr. Wright holds a I have seldom functioned in this ar., our national life: of three men to fill with devotionals 14 by Deacon I
Doctorate to Education from capacity, and for some time I'r The resolution adopted by the staff vacancies: RlcardoRobin testimonial service will be held at 5p.m.Rev Robinson pastor,
is Tuesday at 7 ,
Harvard and was recently found my identification as an YL Committee for Racial Justiceat son, formerly with United ,will speak. The weekly prayer meeting p m f

.' given an honorary LL.D.degree active 'Reverend' a decided and. its annual spring meeting Neighborhood Houses to New INSTITUTIONAL |

from Upsala College. He to the unfortunate Impediment to my r d.. will be submitted to the Seventh York City, and George Bell, TABERNACLE BAPTIST with Mrs Bessie Solomon I
.. author of a number of books, work as t social scientist." t y 4 General Synod of the United with Raryou-Act for the past Sunday School begins at ISO a.m. Weaver's I

fl. the latest of which to Let's Commenting on the fact that Church for action at its biennial three years, are already to the charge The lesson will be reY1ewedbyDetcODCbarU.
Communion I
!. Press N.Y). He is to frequent ministry, Bishop Stark said July 2. The General Synod to defense of Marie Hill. Lawrence will' be to charge. The Holy All will be I

Ii t; demand as a speaker and "While I honor the reasons that Guest star of "Contact" an hour long color TV spectacular the legislative body of the The Rev. Allan R. Fisher, administered by the pastor and the deacons youth choirswill
; lecturer. Dr. Wright has given for feeling to be presented this month by Evangelist Oral Roberti (Right) denomination. previously director of youth rehearse Wednesday at 5:30: p.m.The teacher's meeting will I

'o'.J t; In accepting Dr. Wright's that he can carry out his will be Manilas 'Jackson pictured with him and his son, Specifically: the resolution ministry at Riverside Church be at 6:45 p.m. Prayer meeting will follow at ':30 p.m. School

_1, 9 resignation Bishop Stark specialized ministry more Richard Roberta, guest vocalist Also featured will be the calls on church members to to New York City has been' classes are being held at the church Tuesday and Thursday nights
World Action Singers from Oral) Roberta University ., to Urs. Solomon and Urs. J. Wynn are Instructors. Classes begin
praised him for the "great effectively as a layman, nonetheless "confess that we have participated -: assigned work against white '
II contribution you have made to I am grieved to lose t TULSA OKLA. Evangelist Oral Roberts will launch one' to the myth of a 'white' racism to the United Church at 1 p.m and close at 10 p.m

_' the diagnosis and possible man with so great gifts from of his most challengingprojects this month a color television Jesus and have made use of a throughout the country
solution of many of our urban the ranks of the clergy." spectacular, "Contact; which will premiere nation-wide in distorted memory of our Lordto The United Church of Christ EMANUEL BAPTISTThe i

n' Ills both through your activlti.e prime viewing time., __ ___ ______ support and extend white to a union of the Congregational teachers' meeting and the prayer meeting will be held at

11 Backed by guest star arranging the musical move- racist behavior In the line of Christian and Evangelical: and the usual hour with the pastor and officers to charge on Tuesday
Mahalia Jackson, the World ment and staging the chorus our t,Reformed Churches. Choir No. 9 rehearses at 7 p.m Wednesday. On Thursday
United Church Of Christ Action Sinters from Oral numbers is Raoul Appel. The If the General Synod adopts noon the prayer service will be held at the church Choirs No

I Roberts University will be two worked7together last fall the committee's language it little RockBaptist 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at t p,m. The General Mis-
: featured on the one.hour on the Julie London Special. slonary Union will meet at 7 p.m. Friday. Sunday School begins
will "resolve that white racism
i Colleges Help Non-Whites telecast The World Action from Musical director la RalphCarmichiel.iongwnterananger be eliminated from the lift and at 9:SO a.m. with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith
Singers are a
group Host to charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee Consecration -
structure of the United Church
ORU which the Rev.
to where they who hat worked for Roger at 10:50 a.m. The morning worship begins
courses subjects takes place :
NEW YORK CITY United Roberts founded in 1965, at of Christ and that the racist
.- are deficient and to addition are Williams the late Nat (King) To at 11"a.m with'the deacons In charge. Preaching begins at 11
Church of Christ colleges Tulsa, Okla., and of which he Cole; and leggy Lee.Carmichael nature of our Institutional Siper Express
able to take one or two college- The Sunday School class will present an Easter
across the country are is president. arranged all of the numbers as Christians be exposed, destroyed a m. beginners
Increasing their non-white accredited courses If they Also featured on the tele- for Richard Roberts and the and replaced by racial The Lambert Evangelistic pageant at S p m. The evening worship begins at 6:JO p,m. The
enrollment through a qualify. At the end of a full year, cast is Richard Roberts, son World Action Singers and Justice to every sector." Hour and the Super Expresswill children's choir and Choir No. S and Usher Boards No. S and 4

cOlt sharing these students are then eligible of the evangelist who recently wrote several numbers for the To accomplish these ,alms, be at the Little Rock Baptist will serve. Mrs S.L. Badger and Urs Marian Carter will be:

developed by denomination's program for matriculation with the recorded a stereo album!."My chorus. the Committee for Racial Church on April 6 at (p.m. to charge of music. Joint Sunrise Easter services will be held

Committee for Racial Justice. freshman class Father's Favorite Songs, : In addition to the four Justice recommended special They will also be at the Church at Abyssinia Baptist. Emanuel located at 2221 Forest Street.

About 150 Black students who. As a result,said Urs.Ardelle, Three other color spectac- color spectaculars, Mr. training present staff personnel of God In Christ to Sun Garden. Rev '.L. Badger to pastor.

I), might not otherwise get to "they are able to enter college ulars will be filmed for Roberts will 1 produce a series to "become agents change The Silveralres of Jacksonville -
more confident more ade- presentation this year. Guest of 52 one-half hour color to their will be singing guests NEW REDEEM BAPTBT
college are to own organisational
expected matriculate
for the fall quately prepared, and with stars for two of these will be shows, all of which will be setting" and formation of Rev. L.L. Lambert will be to Easter exercises will be at S p.m. Sunday. Uen's Day will
:1 semester several credits already on their Pat Boone and Dale Evans telecast from the ORU campus charge. Gilbert Thlgpen will School
task be April 27. Roosevelt Bacon! to chairman.Sunday begins
under this The emergency forces to
fourth will be announcedat
program according I The half hour shows
t, to Mrs. Toni Ardelle,New York record." a later date scheduled to week are combat white racism" In the be a guest. at S.JO a.m with the superintendent to charge Rev. Norman,
run once a
So far Rlpon to the only United church's structures pastor, will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at
'I City director of the commit- The series of spectacularsis this year on Sunday mornings own andoperating
Higher Education Pro-' Church of Christ-affiliated being taped at NBC studios ,The four hour-long colorspectaculars procedures.The Bit-ens Specials 11 a.m. wkth the deacons charge of devotions. The pastor will
:. college to have undertaken this at Burbank,. California. Pro- and the half hour 28-member Committee speak The deacons will hold their regular monthly meeting

Mrs. Ardelle reported to the program, but, Urs. Ardelle ducer is Dick Ross. Working shows are sponsored by the for Racial Justice also pledged reports. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will sing. Urs

Committee foe Racial Justice said, several others have with him as stage director Oral Roberti Association, Inc. its continued support for the Honor AnniversaryThe Fannie Jackson will be In charge of music. The evening worship

\1 meeting here, that she baA expressed an Interest to it. begins at 6 p.m with the deacons In charge. The pastor will
Blvens Specials win
personally screened 150 Black In addition to Rlpon the collegia speak. The deacons will hold their monthly meeting at 7 p.m.
celebrate Sunday night at the
to the
students for admission to the participating Grant Memorial Simpson Methodist Triumph Holiness Church,
colleges next fall. program PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Third and Franklin Streets
i Under the the art Catawba College Salisbury Sunday School begins at 9:SO a.m. with Mrs. D.B. Barnes .
program participating Eastslde. \
CrestCollegi"FAllentown ,
colleges agree to pay N.C; Cedar Pa AME Plans Freddie Rose will serve as superintendent, and staff of teachers, In the church basement,
; : with Rev. D3. Barnes to charge;'Thedeacons will lead devotions -,
one-half of the costs master of. ceremonies. Urs.
faugUil'tlBm! ? U.},800 I Tea to' Defiance Dlllard college.University Defiance, ,New 0.; Early, ,Service Present* TunefulEaster IDea Blvens and Urs. Thelma beginning at 11:15 headed by Deacon Dan' Tate At
11:45: a.m. the pastor will bring the message, "Why We Know
$3,5PO a year.;and the United Orleans Eton Elon; Edwards will have charge of
College ,
Church of Christ pays the other ; Nashville Grant Memorial AME Church the offering. Miss Louise He Arose" Mrs Rose Barrows to asking all parents to have
Flat -
N.C.: University
their children Sunday at S The Easter exercises
present p.m.
Franklin-Marshall will usher to the Eastertidewith Blvens is president.
; CantataSimpson begin promptly at J.SO: p m. Reports will be made The financial
In addition one of the participating College, Lancaster, Pa; a service at 5:30 a.m. Dr.
report will Include those from all districts and from the chairman
colleges Rlpon College
Tiffin. 0. A. Joseph Reddish will speak
to Wis has taken Heidelberg College ; Holy Tabernacle'sBible of the trustee board. Brpther( Hubert Grant and Urs. GladysB.
Rlpon, an Hood College Frederick Md.; from the theme, "The Morning United Methodist'Church Simmons, Loyal H. McLendon,
Shannon will the trusteesare
give day's report. The following
I Important step to expanding Always Comes". Williams
Tyrone Kenneth
Huston-Tlllotion College through its combined
asked to meet with the chairman of the trustee board after
hit. enrollment
I son-w Mrs Austin, Texas; Pacific College, Communion will be served. choirs, will give importanceto UcCottray and James Brooks. Convention
I Ardelle said service: Mrs. Viola Tate Urs. Mat, Polllck Urs. baste Lee
through an experimental : -
The United Choirs will
serve, Rev. Robinson will as
Forest Easter thesentsHaallelujahWhat
I Grove Ore.; Talladega I the season by Urs. Carrie
Grant Armstrong Alto Ferrell Herbert Brown
plan called the as well as Usher Board No. 1. narrator
"Transitional Year College, Talladega Ala.; Tou- To and James Williams Mrs Doris Gray, chairman of Women's,
Program"for galoo College TougalooUlss. Dr. Reddlck will speak to the A. This morning service will be Ready Open
; Day and Urs. Llllie M. Finn, co-chairman have amounceds,
school ,
high who
graduates morning on "The King That the sunrise service
and Institute whose to preceded by
Tnskegee Savior
r are not fully prepared for Lasts Forever." composer Holy Tabernacle's Bible Con pre-planning committee meeting the basement for 2:45 p,mUrs. .
at B 30 At that service
Tuskegee'Ala. All of the John W. Preston. : a.m .
21 at Ip.m. Accle
a college vention begins April Ferrell to treasurer, Urs. Carrie Armstrong
Sunday School begins at 9.30 the Communion will be
BS Robinson Holy
participating colleges are Rev ,Jr.pastor,
.' secretary, Mrs Rose Barrow chairman of Other
Under this program students a.m. under the supervision\ of programs.
administered with both choirs
C -- affiliated with the United has extended a citywide ,
( are accepted by the college for A.V. Rose superintendent assisted The Heavenly Echoes Gospel officers will be elected Women's Day will be Sunday, June 25.,
Church of Christ Tusks invitation to all lovers of Easter singing.
i special college-preparatory except by his staff. Singers will give a program on Urs Grant to asking all ushers of all boards to meet at the
get Institute. music to attend this Sunday The young people will give April 6 for the benefit of the .church Tuesday atCSOpm. to plan for new uniforms for April
\ morning presentation The their program Willing Workers Club. Benford 20 and to be prepared to serve all day Women' Day The Easter

service will open at 11 a.m. 'at I p.m. Urs MarvynJenkins, Goldsmith to sponsor. The Egg Runt wW be Monday at 5 p.m. with Urs. Barrow to charge'
j (( 41 THIS AD' Carter T. Lewis will be superintendent, will be to
.organist -
Gospel Crusade will give a Rev and Urs. Barnes will leave Sunday, April 6, for Pensacolafor

; GOOD.:THROUGH director. charge program later. the General State Baptist Convention will re turn April 12.Tht .
A large choir will be assembled Most of the churches within the
NAACP will meet at the church
'SATURDAY' during the month of April
area plan presentations
First Born each Wednesday night. The church and
Temple to located at Van Buren
of various Muses and
Among the featured soloists types. ,
I / Jessie Streets, Eastside.
i I / / will be Urs. Johnnie Preston, liturgical services will be held

\BANK AIIERIWD 1I' Urs. Rosa Walker, Urs.CoraL. .to other.churches. Lists Ester. MT. SALEM BAPTIST

/amlllIra.Priscllla **** *. Sunday School begins at 9.SO a.m. with Assistant Sisperintendent

-- Morning Services 'Mrs. IMS Scott to charge The lesson topic will be reviewed by
I' SUGAR CREEK SMOKED SHANK PORTION an appointee. Deacons Cornelius Calhonn and ActeWllbert will be
YELLOW And RaceOLD Easter Sunrise services wfll to charge of the
Religion morning devotions. Choirs No. i and No. J and
be held at First Born Temple, Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day Communion
CORN (23 West Monroe Street, Sun- will be administered at I .
p m with the pastor, deacons and
HAMS 49 day, April 8, beginning at 5 associate ministers to charts. The Easter will follow
: a.m Music will be furnished
791 the communion services, with Miss Viola Johnson In charge.
10 ears .* CHICAGO (NPI)) Another In the growing number of by Choir No.1. Elder Hill On Monday night Choir
No. S will rehearse On night
I persons who are beginning to realist that the old term "law will deliver ,the morning mes Tuesday
and order" has Blackthe the prayer meeting to held On Thursday night Choir No. 1 will
tatenOllan."mean1nt-tbaloi genocideis
FRESH FRESH BOSTON BUTTPORK sage., rehearse Urs. Catherine
Rev. John R. First Church and Sampson to reporter. Rev. W.Q.
Fry pastor Presbyterian
STEAKS "aS9C. I PORK ROASTFRESH ;LB:4lAILE : advisor to the Blackstone Rangers youth gang.Said the minister\ I. #. # ,Rogers pastor. The church. to located at 1281 West That Street.'

"As America prepares to handle the problem of crime to the -

streets, It prepares for the genocide of Black people"

: :: BAKE-RITE.UR'F FUTURE NASHVILLE ROLE-(NPI))-A 15-nun commission, headed by Dr. \ R COLOR P1C1"a

: : Daniel C. Thompson, author-lecturtr-toclologyprofessor, .S:

DWard University, to Involved to a 15-month study to determine A
the future role of 12 predominantly Black colleges related to the -FlI.ctllllll II EITIIE, FIIItT- rats

LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH $5 United Methodist denomination Tot commission to seeking to

OR UOBS, FOOD PURCHASES determine txactlytDi:future rolef Negro colleges,'and the extentto

which the church should shut In the support of the schools. u
I 49' The report Is to be completed by next January 1. Open Easter Special Easter

PITTSBURGH ((NPQ A suggestion that local Catbol1c.&Jc' .Sudsy ; -Picklt-)
CHASE 48ANBORNCOFFEE .GT, tt the collection plate If the clergy at your chorea vonti! ,

O speak out against racism," was made by the Rev. James GroppiJ 9AU. '1'0. 9:P.M.: Itse.

XjJ&LAR LIMIT 1 PLEASE 1WTH- \ Milwaukee's housing protest march figure during an address)

OR M03E FOOD PURCHASES before the Pittsburgh Conternct of Laymen at t Doquesnt Unisex' L f ;1-8 xi ,*-5x7
: ELECTRIC PERC Ju sity. He criticized the Catholic Church Ia which "decisions r
,.LD; are made about ttie' lives of Negroes by a bishop who! lives on1 L I 4. WALLETS

._ another planetnd a mother.superior who lives In chateau .RUSH STARTS 'J '
the "
y on shores of th.lake.
TENDER /jnjsssiiik i.v


SAN FRANCISCO-a1PQ_Fearful they wlU be left out to the eBSJiBkuuu

23t cold to consideration of their seeds and problems J......* 7M32IIATIII

I i fifl' ,IB, Americans within the United Methodist Church are Joining to
ask for a "fair share" or the Integration stages. At a recent

FI.DaTANTs meeting, the Consultation on Japanese Work sponsored by the TIE EASTER IISI CIIE-II IEFIIE MIRBob
,. LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH Division of the Board of Missions\ proposed the

I \1.5 OR MORE C COFFEE establishment of a "langoage-tthale committee" to-conduct:

FOOD PURCHASES workshops on work Involving minority poops: to *"x"lo 4

1 39 full-time staff and to "help, guide and coordinate" Japanese '

: 1y, ........ . .d _&0-.' 1.39 'work; and to have i say concerning ethnical/ ministerial appoint- Smith Studio- Myrtle ?ire
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INTERNATIONAL ,..... ," '. 'fr" 'J.' NEW toRt-(NPI)- Black by writing Stanlta,410 Central
&. RACE BIAS LAW / business power has moved Park West, New york, NY.
m NASSAU-(NPQ-The Bahamian House Assembly is being .: f'r ahead la several cities But 10025
IT asked to pass a latf to make. Illegal discrimination on racial. : there it a major setback: Tbe In Tulsa, U.U. Tottress, 33,
-8! pounds in business establishments. Maurice Moore, Peoples Small Business Administra hu become one of the first
>' Labor Party representative ft on Grand Bahama testified that tion's "Project Own" to spar Black people to operate their
discrimination"against Baamians U the order of the day in '. Black ownership of businesses own businesses in an all-whlti
; many establishments" particularly: in his constituency. He la lagging far behind Its goal. area Tottr.... who has worked
'. suggested that those practicing discrimination should be expelled : In New York officials of the la the area on commission for
from the Bahamas. .4- '. F.W. Woolworth Company 15 years, now leases and
1 signed an approximately $1-' ,operates Pemco Service
CHALLENGES UjS.B ;- {million contract with a Black 'Station..The Black ballDeullWl

WASHINGTON-(NPI)_A Western Shoshone Indian, Richard contracting firm for the construction has turned a near-broke filling
0; D. Williams has a challenge against the U.s. government before of a major store In station into a booming enter
t>. the U.s. Supreme Court protesting his induction into the Army r 1t the middle of HarlemA priseIn .
and subsequent ser aloe: in Viet Nam. Williams contends he is an Black group, Harlem Chicago, a' Black man,
.r original Indian, a member of an unconqoered nation, and cannot r Freedom Associates which Richard: Kay became bead of
'oe made to, u a traditional Indian, abide by the laws of the bought the property will lease the Red Rooster Grocery chain,.
United States.CONSTITUTIONAL. the completed store to Wool which operates in Black areas
!. worth. The Winston A. Burnet u a group of Black organlra-,
> PROPOSAL Construction Company one of Jima and the chain reached: an
SALISBURY (NPI) -The white minority-ruled government the largest Black firms In the agreement Red Rooster agree4
'.> headed by Premier Ian D. Smith has found its new constitution contracting field, Is expected.to to' stop selling substandard
.,. plan setting up segregated election: rolls, meeting opposition 1 finish building the store I 1A. meats and to name Negro
,ji i from all sides. The plans proposes one roll for Europeans, J L.c. ,the latter part of this year. managers at each of its stores
,'. colored and Asians, and another for Africans.Both the moderate Also in Mew York, artist'Douglas SCLC's Operation Breadbasket'
center-party and the ultra-right-wing conservatives are against Staten former owner bad been one of the protesting
r; the plan to say nothing of the coloreds and Asians and, most of .'of the Gallery 500 la GreenwichVillage groups.,
all, the Af i leans. WASHINGTON Larry Morse, 17, 1410 Florida Avenue,, Page o Ube Month. Morse is captain of toe Gilbert band, president has created a complete In Miami a Black-white team
Jacksonville is shown in the picture: above with United of the National Honor Society: and of the Senior Class He Is also. line of four-color Afro- a It-shop Black*
LANDS GRANTSFAIRBANKS States Representative Charles E. Bennett in Washington where, a National Merit Scholarship finalistUiiversity American greeting cards, operate shopping center,
Alaska (NPI A federal has .:._ .. Staten says he is selling the Henderson Ross 62 who is
)- panel proposed as a nominee oftheCongressmanhe! is serving u Congressionale ,
giving native Indians, Aleuts and Esklmps grants to millions ofy : Chicago Black first full line of greeting cardsoffered Black will own 7! per cent of

acres of their ancestral lands, which reek with rich oil, mineral t by an American Ntgro. the_ stock and. Vernon
_' and other natural resources The grants are seen as satisfying __. EsthastastiC! Dillard ListsCeiteiiial Contractors Get Help He describes his handiwork; as Welkner 39, who is white, will
claims of the native Alaskans which: lave been filed with the j "American cards with Blacks own the rest. Plans for the
a.l government since Alaska achieved statehood i ) CHICAGO --ZIPQ) Four u the subject matter." $260,000, two-let building
j d, I: Year ActivitiesJames Black electrical contractors in The cards may be bought at include.an air-conditioned mall.
.. ELEPHANT WALKft the. Woodlawn Gardens have card shops or may be orderedat

RATANGARH, India (NPI) The popular saying in India =1 r Dillard University will cele- of the united States, Is the first ,been.awarded more than 3400 $5 for an assortment of 16, CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
in electrical contracts
t these days might be "Beware of elephants carrying: contracep- brate its centennial this year' 1 Negro to serve on the U.S. 000 ac- ,
., lives." The government has sent a 25-year-old female elephant with a special convocation on Supreme, Court. He wu alsoa carding to Rev Jesse Jackson,
national director of SCLC's.Operation
?!, on a life-long walk (estimated to take 60 years) to dispense Sunday, May 4, with Justice US. Circuit Court Judge and Breadbasket. Rev,
it contraceptives from her trunk) and literature urging various Thurgood Msrshmllcithe United earlier was chief counsel of .
.,. birth control methods The elephant named LalTikoo--meaningj e.:. wtw" States Supreme Court u the the National Association for 'Jackson averred contracts that "These When only the
,. Red triangle the symbol of thenatlan'sfamilypanningWogram! principal speaker.Dr. the Advancement of Colored electrical are a
for the Black will do
., began Its 20-mlle-a-day walk at this rural community 100 miles Albert W. Dent, Dillard People breakthrough" purest : I
northeast of New Delhi. No one expects, however that within her president, said that he will be "It seems most appropriatethat community. S.
expected 60 years life, she will be able to cover the country' assisted in the development ofa Justice Marshall who, in VttaiNE PETROLEUM JEIUhelpi y
S9.S60.000 villages. PROGRESS PLAZA In Philadelphia -full program i for the celebration a short time, has done so much prevent diaper dUperrash change

C I* the nation's first by a committee representing to shape the lives of everyonein y a to diaper- change...with a
?' "AUTHORS LOSE Negro-owned shopping center. trustees, faculty, students America, should come to continued film, pi-ovld-
JOHANNESBURG' (NPI) A "piracy clause" has been Wilford Smith who managesthe and alumni. speak not only to Dillard but log a moisture ihleld Especlally ..
;. Invoked by the South African Supreme Court copyright tribunal, A&: P supermarket there Justice Marshall who to our community and region formulated for
li p e r ra the Slamudhits and objections to stage says It's beautiful! formerly was Solicitor General on this Important occasion," HAIR COLORING I complete purity. No won.
three popular over the of their said Dr. Dent. der 9 out of 10 mothers
,. authors. The play. Involved are "West Side Story" "Fiddler Dullard in observing 100th Insist on !genuine ''Vase
On The Roof' and "Man of La Mancha." The authors objected Your SocialS.curit year traces its origin to two :, line' Petroleum Jelly.
r becaqse the plays would be presented to racially segregated antecedents, both of which W8re Rides That GRAY k'?? You pay H little more than
audiences. The piracy clause states "in circumstances it is founded in New Orleans in the The lasting Way for other brand of petroleum -
unreasonable that the license should not be granted the tribunal ] DOCTOR'S INSURANCE INi summer of 1869. Those were In hit If Minnln lly..but your
should then grant a license" New Orleans University and .r dull amtven. faded lulr a,- l jf baby b I worth ItlPLAY I
HOME, which later muse jrounier looklnv.
dirk and lulroin. rmdint
t WATER SCARES EVERYWHERE,. ?. ..,. ..?.., \ OFFICE.I changed its name to Straight with hihliihu.. STRAND'
AUGUSTA, Me..._ (NPQ The US; 1 U not alone in having to"tad l.( 'GI'L ,College :The two merged 111tint Ililr or wash Colorim nut Sift won t with rub per off \
'grips '* .a .\, ,ace 1for h k 1 nunuiti,TrjrSTRANa Q ,
.tome to .with 41J.proble; 4Wh1J.etbill4a1DI.ioytrnm; nt. (i" wW Dillard u their suc
t' is launching Si million regional plan to clean up algae-choked"'n l HOSPITAL ..ior"taking the name of the ONLY 98* _
r lakes and streams which threatened water supplies,the Russians distinguished Southern COMPLETENOTHINO-.

r are busily engaged In try Ing to save the Aral Sea of Central Asia- educator James H. Dullard, tLSI TO BUY,,
1 a major lake; from extinction, not by pollution but from drying H. Mlddleton, officer of the Carver 'Station social' whose service to the education
up. in charge of the Carver Station security office: reminded social of Negroes forms an Important STRAND HAIR COLORING! i Irv
Choice el 5 natural shidestJ.I -'L
chapter la this history higher
1 Social Security: Office said today security: beneficiaries today. "I BIMI-aittlt-Ovk ermra
MOSLEM DIVORCE that many sailor citizensare : am referring to the annual report learning in this country, Dr. medium arown-U ht Brown
I, DOH-NPl-A court test being made of a centuries- not aware of enrollment of earnings that beneficiaries Dent said. Ask rev It at your tfnifilitroi
old Moslem Custom of divorcing a wife by saying three times period for the medical must file after the end
S "I divorce you." Mrs. Ayesha Quereshl has put the matter in
I. the bands of the British Court on grounds that her husband and Insurance Although people part age of Medicare.65 or over than of 1968$1,680.00.if they",earned Mlddleton more .............r............... *I,

she, Mohammad were wedded in a civil and Moslem ceremonies may sign up for hospital Insurance ,said. For most people this HIS
and thus not entitled to dissolve British urr im ti so in TONS TO
are a mart lags by a at any time the )Jaw report is due by April 15, 9
non-British: law., The court took the case under advisement. provides only certain 1969.
periods tRxa, ,.. '-P"w,
of time to sign up for medical,. Early this year annual report LOW PRICE
GRUDGING:: CHANGEJOHANNESBURG 1.e., "doctor bill", insurance. ,cards and return ID'elopen1ll 1
(NPI) Tbe hullabaloo stirred up by People who are approachingage be mailed to beneficiaries. If
f white South Africans over the film "Kenner", in which: a white 65, can sign up for this a car Is not received or Limit ''i
South African: actress falls in love and kisses a Black sailor, Insurance durlngaseven-month 700 can secure one from. any : DRUG STORE NEEDS IT' PRETTY
after he has beaten up a white rival seemingly has disappeared] period beginning with the third social security: office, :
Movie censors reviewing the film recently decided not to cut :
month before the month they The people in the social security ; .
out the portions dealing with the fight and the lovemaking. : EnchantJn,.The flourish of
reach age 65. If they don't signup office will be glad to .Trace with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILLMEET style.
during this period, they can help flU out the forms. The :ANT PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS we deliver* The romantic look for tweet girlsto
t Senator And Pres. Pur ear sign up during certain"general beneficiary should bring his .2,We also p all Doctors' Prescriptions.JDixie U
enrollment" periods from January 1968 W-2 form if he,worked wear to that pedal occasion.All .

1 to March 31 of a year. for wages, or a copy of his this with perfect Buster
Thus, anyone who was age 65 1969 Federal Income: Tax
'before January 1, 1969, can Return if be was self-employed.' Pharmacyj, oo Brown fit and quality.
enroll for the doctor bill Insurance Mlddleton said the report '999.1150ACCOItDINC
by March 31, 1969. should not be filed by a beneficiary
But, Mlddleton emphasised this who earned less than : TO Sill vtr v
is also the last chance enroll $1,680.00 in 1968. : 1312 KIMS IIAI AT MYRTLE w

for those who reached age 65 For more information or as- .

before October 1, 1966. These sistance: contact your social S Plm 353'; 'IIJ :
people will not have another, security office at the corner
opportunity regardless of how of Canal and 13th Street. The :' PAY, nil LICIT, I.nlll. ='
sick they become how phone number 791-2517.
or large
their health bills may be. The E' TELEPHONE IIUS AT III STIlE

importance of acting now can't MemphiansHonor IUUIUllJUwlt.riuKjDR. ''
... .' be stressed enough, be said., ............. 4'

Mr Mlddleton pointed out that Local Ciiien '
r people may enroll In Medicare rf
I even if they are still working MEMPHB Black: and whits'cittnns i
; gathered here,last week
full time.
Anyone who has any questions to honor Benjamin Lawson .' ,
i tIUad States Senator Edward Brooke Mass, Wft, meets with concerning: Medicare or social Hooks, president of the Mahalla AT THE'COllEGE FOR FALL( SEMESTER
: Dr. Royal W.. Puryear president of the,new Florida Memorial security Is urged to contact Jackson's: Franchise System'
College which recently relocated nom St. Augustine, Fla. to the social security office at Inc. The occasion was a by BUSTER BROWN,
Miami on a brand new 10000000.00 campus. The meeting took the corner of Canal and 13th brilliant testlmonlaldlnner.The '
place at the annual gathering of the Jewish Theological Seminary Streets ,The telephone number Memphis ChaptersbfFrontiers SECRETARIAL COURSE
on Miami Beach. at which' time Senator Brooke was the pest.speabr. Is 719-1517.. International was .a..ea eeee. I, +

........... sponsor. Mr., Hooks was,
honored for services contributed BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONADULT
Remembered"' Cirl T. Rowan 11'. report time again,James during a long and.
H. Mlddleton officer in charge_ Illustrious caret: .

Named Member Of I HIGH SCHOOL

Joirnalisn Center COURSE WHITE PAT
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S, columnist and television commentator MANAGEMENT {
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recently named a member of DOWN na.L4/rr IV /.4VIJ7S .,t '
the board of trustees of the TODAY
Washington Journalism Center. Graduates -
Job Placement for
Mr. Rowan is the winner of '
many awards for Journalistic "Courses Taught by State Certified Teacbeis"Resident .
ach1eYelll: lllt. Be once worked r t. Program For Fulltime Students

for the Minneapolis Tribune Home Study Conference Program for Students Who Cannot sTOnes
DR.RALPHWTEBiBH is a former ambassador to Attend Regular ClassesApplicitin :
Finland, and Is a former dl
Florida AIM presented rector of the USIA.. 3 a 4 bedeeetn pees. with 1. 1 11. liillln 'b.ISf'I'' ,. IM
degrees to 837 seniors at the 2 bath and gertsg ,
;commencement exercises last rroo- Modem schvori. chUrch and a COMUNCOftlsTATES-. Contact: Hiss N. A. E. WUtfleld 'RegistrarIQIDEN'S


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Crisp and Simple Velvet Simply Wonderful Yora ,And Gam Party

/Pinpkln Pie Pork Crown Roast .

For Easier DessertBeat I

et, together pumpkin, brown For Easter Guests by MaryR.ynolds .
t sugar, egg yolks, 1/2 teaspoon ...
salt, and iplcet. Gradually stir Choose From MOM DishesIn a..
in velYetised evaporated milk. the Orient the enjoyment
Into shell. Sprinkle of food la traditionally' "a beautiful
Four pit
and gentle thin, an ex
1/4 cup nuts on top Bake In
429 degree (foot) oven 19 hared with
minutes; reduce oven to 350 friend Cooking .
degree (moderate) and bake 40 I*considered
art, and
until knife an
minutes longer or the ancient
Inserted near center comes out Chine actually
.clean. Beat eg( white with created I
rftnalnlnf. salt until foamy; more than
gradually add granulated sugar, 1 800,000 dishes
There ,
beating until stiff but not dry for example were,
:Spread meringue on pie. mon than 200 way to make Sudden' showers that confine the kids indoors may bring
Sprinkle with remaining nuts pork an equal number of some tense moments for mother unless she's planned ahead
Bake in 429 degree (hot) oven ways to prepare chicken. I* it with sharp new crayons (hidden away for this very moment),
'9 minutes 1 of until lightly any wonder that the numberof an extraordinary coloring book, and finger food on bright,
American enjoying Chinese1 striped paper plates. Drumsticks stacked high, team hand-
.brown. Cool
,. food
tripled in the last ten
with twin-stack
somely southern steamers. Mincemeatand
I 11/2 cups canned pumpkin yean? Chinese cooking at
marshmallows are spicy decks and sugary funnels on ready
home ha become
1 cup firmly packed brown particularly
sliced hulls.
popular here: Americana like yam
\ sugar its simplicity, flavor, quick- On second thought, why wait for a rainy day for these ships
3 eggs, separated cooking advantage, economy to come in? They'll please the small fry rain or shine.
3/4 teaspoon salt Break away from the Easter tradition of baked ham. Excite and variety!
Crisp swept wedges of iceberg lettuce with Western Garden 1-1/2 teaspoons cinnamon your holiday guest with a pork roast prepared in YAM AND GAM PARTY
crown a
Dressing can be served in two contrasting meal I situation. Praxes Foods for Authenticity
Serve the cool green lettuce, sprinkled with orange and red 1/2 teaspoon each: cloves, nutmeg covered barbecue kettle. This bright idea way of roasting imparts Four baste recipe from Serves approx. 4-5
to the meat and Its special the flavor of
droning! to introduce a hearty entree for semi formal ginger stuffing savory
a dinner smoke oven cooking and provides a gala opening to the forthcoming Chun King Food chicken 1 lib 10 01. can SAW Brandied Mincemeat
When a spur-of the moment barbecue meal is suggested, simp. 1-2/3 cups (large can) vel- barbecue chow mein, shrimp chow roein
ly cut the heads of lettuce and arrane'them on a tray surrounding vetlzed Carnation Milk season. beef chop tuey and tweet and S&W Halves Yams Miniature MarshmallowsSPREAD
pitcher of aJ'k an eight to 10'pound roast for the best table appearance
dressing Unbaked 9-inch shell over indirect medium heat A Weber covered barbecue our pork are now available of
Sweet, flavored western lettuce is selected when the head pie mincemeat thinly on flat side yams and place in
givei frozen in flavor seal
kettle is ideal for this Allow about 19 minutes roasting cooking
with a gentle squeeie 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts per pound pouches that limply drop greased baking dish. ,
Western Garden Dressing 6 tablespoons grawlated sugar time, depending; upon the three size to of three the and crown a half roast hours you roasting choose Into boiling I you water to heat. BAKE in moderate oven ((350 F.) until heated through.

1 medium carrot, grated % cup Italian dressing 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts Stuff the cavity of the roast with the tasty stuffing provided These fully prepared dishes, TOP with one or two marshmallows to make smoke stacks.
3 radishes, thinly sliced Iceberg lettuce below. When putting it on the grill, place a small sheet of heavy created by master chefs, may Quickly pass under broiler to brown edge of marshmallows.
1 green onion, minced All news shouldbe IntheFlorldaStar du v aluminum foil under the center to retain the stuffing Also, be used with any of your favorite SERVE with fried chicken drumsticks.For .
cover the exposed stuffing with foil. Pierce both sheets to allow Amerlcan-Oriental recipe*
Stir the ingredients together; chill. Makes % cup Office by Tuesday at 1 p.m. the aroma of covered kettle cooking to permeate the stuffing Use You needn't limit yourself to your copy of the new SA W cookbook, send.a postcardto
Core, rinse and drain lettuce: chill in lettuce crisper or plastic If you should mail your news, basting sauce during the last half hour of roasting At that time Chinese dishes even ail : Simply Wonderful. Recipes, 248 Battery Street San
hag Cut head into quarters or 6th. Spoon dressing over the it should be mailed Mondays remove the upper foil to brown the stuffing 800,000 of them. Uae these Francisco 94111.
top when ready to serve As a further suggestion, foil-wrap appies which have beenwashed entrees as part of any meal.
I cored and filled with brown sugar, Vi teaspoon of cinnamon For busy evening the f ros- Pear Salad Has Dual RoleJuicy
and a pat of butter, and bake alongside the roast for en entree provide perfect
'EDGEWOOD meal all by themselves. Even
the last hour.
the children can them. canned pear halves are topped with a frozen, mint-
/ / AVE. B STORE Stuffing for Pork Crown Roast Keep an assortment prepare of themin flavored cream Tinted pale green, this frosty! mixture is enhanced
JACKAUNVICLE V4 cup butter U teaspoon sage tM freezer. You'll wind up* with mayonnaise: marshmallows and nut.The mint frost may beprepared
BEACH STORE a day in advance and spooned over the halve at
large 8 01.can button *A cup celery, chopped with food that combines savory pear
mushrooms I 13-01. tidbits Far Eastern flavor with Western serving time
OPEl:UIDA yt can pineapple -
The delicate sweetness and mellow flavor of canned Bartlett
1 small convenience In
onion chopped drained (reserve liquid) a most
Vi dry minced 2 bread cubes pleasant pears give this salad ita appealing quality. Accompany it with
AI.n parsley % manner.
cup cups bran muffins and let it play the dual role of dessert and salad.
MAR Saute mushrooms in melted butter for 6 minutes. Add to remaining -
SU P.ER ingredients and mix well Stuff tightly into cavity of 1it'

I PI roast, allowing stuffing to mound it the top. GREAT 'WAY'TO -" ...".
Batting Saute ,

Boil reserved pineapple juice down to Vi cup. Add V4 (
A2ALEA SUGAR CUBED SMOKED SHANK HALF honey and two tablespoon of soy sauce, mix, and bring to boi BREAK THE ICE I 'f .. .,. .... AI
FRENCH'SMUSTARD I Baste roast !every 10 minutes during last half hour of roasting. '- .' ) 1\

.: Looking for a way to break ,. 1IIIf'. \ -
HAM 49 <'
the ice at your next party? Do
Spring Fling Tim what the professionals do use Mint-Frosted Pear Salad
1 (1 Ib. 13 ox.) can % cup miniature
LB, 2-6 OZ. the new die cast aluminum ice
'27 The season's right. The picnickers are waiting So let' dust off Bartlett pear halve marmhjnaUow
JAR crusher Ekco Housewares; 1H teaspoon unflavored !4 cup chopped nut
the hamper and polish up a few Ideas about picnic food This
FLA. GRADE A BAKING year why not try franks topped with sauerkraut? Or wrapped results are guaranteed! To operat'e gelatin H cup heavy cream, whipped
with strips of cheese and bacon?To glorify hamburgers, spoon on, this new Ekco item simply 1 tablespoon lemon Juice \" teaspoon mint flavoring
hot baked beans -v:pr the sloppy Joe mixture If oufr el qana. HENS 39' CALIF VAL-VITA. burgers with Bermuda slices or bltejt cheese,tor tastes :chamberandsqueeze the handles Drain pears; reserving .,ru p. Soften gelatin fa Vs cup pear
: that approve Next' pass individual bags of potato chips/apples syrup. Heat until dissolved CooL Add 1 lemon Juice and mayon-
PEACHES and cold drink For dessert, a big box of chocolate chip cookies. of the unit together. Instantlyand naiae. Fold in remaining ingredienta. Pour into freezer tray.
Homemade, of course, from my recipe below. Simple menu? effortlesslysmooth, uniform Freeze until firm. To serve, arrange pear halve on 'lettuce-lined
WESTERN CENTER CUT That' the Ides Now Its a picnic for everyone. Including you crushed Ice Is produced. plate Top with scoop of frozen mint mixture Make 4-8 serving

Frsnk-a-Bobsi Cut each frank
PORK CHOPS LB79t Into S pieces. Alternate on
25 skewer with pineapple
12 I/Z CAN chunks, brush with salad oil,. 0' :::: : ;:;:;:; ; :
FLA. GRADE A SMALL until Broil browned.over hot Serve coals,on turning touted SHOP ,-i;;:: RI"" :1.\ i:1WlbRi:: ji1((14i: :116tiirliii.: : i i :;!:

frankfurter buns with mustard
*or barbecue sauce.

EGGSI37 BLUE PLATE Double Prefer hamburger Pesters ?Combine Try these a. WNOLIoMANkNWHAMS

pound* ground beef, 9 eggs a.teaspoon >
MAYONNAISEO salt, dash of peppei > CLB.
and % cup bread crumbs
I .'Shape Into 20 thin hamburger
1 patties On half the patties,
;elu. 0lst.,
; spread one or more fillings (be-.
low); top with remaining thin
patties and seal edges. Place on .
grill 4 to 6 inches from hot
coals Cook U minutes ..
done, turning once. 10 or ham until ................. ........,.. r:

Filling burgers to Mix and Match Dill CENTER CHUNK HM* ROAST

I pickle dices pickle relish,prepared
mustard, catsup, horseradish
chopped onions, ontorf
DIXIE CRYSTAL slices. Cheddar cheese slices, The store that AGAR BONELESS COOKED CANNED GRADE "A" FROZEN ((10-14 to. AvfJ,
pasteurized cheese spread .

SUGARLIMIT CHOCOLATE everybody'Now, for the favorite.CHIP cookie COOKIES here cares about you! HAMS 5 3" Turkeys .395SSSlliiB

"' y cup soft butter

1 111.- 1 cup brown. lugar (packed)' SUNNY BROOK GRADE "A" MEDIUM,, ...

OR MORE 1 WITH FOOD|5 I left cup BlsqulckVt EGGS 2 Z *

r '"+ ORDER cup chopped nut 89 !
1 package (I ounces) semisweet -
? sr chocolate piece
Heat oven to 379. Mix butter AND MELLOWEIGHT
\ ':5 LB, 3AGr brown sugar and egg Stir In }
Blsqulck, nuts and chocolate PEAS s29' [ 1 O'CLOCK COFFEE
I pieces. Drop dough by rounded
teaspoonfuls about 2 Inches
BLUE BIRD apart onto ungreased baking ANE PARKER REG OR SAND WHITE -
BLEACH sheet. Bake about'10 minutesor
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE until lightly browned. Make
r about 4 dozen 1/ Cookies
t bottle Y,1ai3
Dont forget the opener!
PUREX ti And, the salt and pepperl) Have OeC .O.t ,

BANQUET 3-46(OZ. CANS, % Use yOur W od/e PIES 89 I

Pasta is popular whetheryou >t>:. ry >
FIUIT. PIES j tend toward ''spaghetti, 'JANE PARKER DECORATED EASTERCAKES""f99 }? Save 16* > Save 44*
PEACH,.! 251 macaroni i,or good old fashioned j'i' .i
yi noodles: ; and here Is a recipe! .+% ':Y\t :,}, ,it}i'rO4t'rAb VW fAt{ 4M{'.{hOW.ritY.1fN!%NSSS .!Yti tj1: : } }'}
FAMILY P.PLE2'9. .. HALF GAL. that turns those "old' fashioned } t/atM 1 5..f Yew Caeia w/=5.CO ..wen .rlw ::<.:Y. .
noodles" into new (fangled

ounce goodness package! Cook of one finely eight-cut Fresh'n' Festive Produce I .1

egg noodles according to package ''
directions.: Drain. Mix { xFRaaM CRISP SPECIAU

noodles with 1/2 cup butter and
,I S 1 cup firmly packed brown c
S' DETERGENTCOLD. sugar, until both are melted., #% b LETTUCE--

; Add one eight-ounce packageof
POWER Bordo imported diced dates FRESH CRISP YOUNG SPECIA

one tablespoon lemon juice,
and one beaterr and
egg mix
well. Bake In greased one-quart 31b.1-os Gt PKG. CARROTS 2Ln.gAG2.5t

casserole at'350 for 30 min-

'LIMIT' 1 utes. Serves'six as'a delicious c GOLDEN RIP SPECM
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look Emphasis in decorative is on the accessories coordinated L '

for the home ft maybe a mix L
.and match combination of both
patterns and colors, a blend
of muted tones, or the Impact
'01 beautiful Black and stark
whlte..and the total concept
is "coordination." !
Cook and serve ware has never
beta mart practical or .L a
Inuglnatlre. Copr met pieces
come In all colors and sites.
One handsome enamelware set
is white with authentic French JSw
recipes handlettered -
on each M
in black!
one 1-Lb Con ALL GRINDS UmlH Coffee of Choice w/$S.or more purchase Exclud Cigarette

forks matching Some,cheese fondue stainless boards sets steel,and coffee fondue hare ASTOR
or tea pots. .SAir:

fleeted The teaming in an Influence oversize Is smoky re- i Lf \

maple salad bowl, about ZO .' 1 Lb Con ALL GRINDS Umlt I Coffee of Choice w/S.or more purchase Exclud ClgorvtttiFOLGERS
Inches diameter,which rests
on a two-foot-high small square 4Cocktal'
table of the same smoky maple% ;.;:; MONTE FRUIT COFFEE 59
Hatching table pieces Include : $1 ,1a
varying site bowls, platters, ... 41 \t tk
and a lazy susan with convertibl GOLD MEDAL PLAIN & S.R. (Limit one with $3.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes)
tray and serving pelces. . .
"Black"and white"to ther- .
ness" was the keynoter of one SLICED : FLOUR .5 49<
entire table houndstooth setting with check disposable k r-- Ho 2Yy Con DEC MONTE HALVES or 3$1 .

tablecloth, plates, tumblers /
and napkins daring the recent Peaches ALL ftAVORS 12-ot CANNED
Dallas market center's spring i .
.showing' Complementing the ;
set was a matching icebocket DRINKS 15/1./
in black and white check, LiCHEK
candlestick holders and black 8$1./ ;Li-
wrought-lron pots filled with tom Sauce .
white daisies. ._:: j-: KING SIZE TIDE (Limit one detergent of your choice w/S,00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes)
China and pottery adhere to
the togetherness look, along GRAPE. ,
with matching stemware MONTE PINEAPPLE DETERGENT. 99
Candles, however, are in .:.- ..; 46os.DEL
smashing colors and have .
turned to the animal kingdom ,- na KING SIZE ARROW (Limit one detergent your choice w/$3.00 or more purchote excluding clgortttet)
for designsturtlessqulrrels, '-
Vons and roosters...and are six j: Idi
inches high :' DETERGENT 89
But for a pretty and classic ::. :. ns
touch to your home decor..lt's
the white candle with slithers isT;, : ;: 'S PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" FRESH FLA ALL WHITE MEDIUM
of gold and a marble-like look) : :
.A lamp for every decor style : ;

is the "in thing" for 1969... ,.--.....-. -. EGGS 2 89
such as oriental designs in :- 20.0:.King Si:. Batt es DOZ.x <
hexagonal vases, ginger Jars, '..::.'..-.-
graduated candles and square ..
teabox bases. In the Mediterranean ...- ..- OLD MILWAUKEE
it is reported there -
are candlesticks in muted
colors or lanterns anttiue with ivory.andhanging handi- Z:2:; BEER .99'

crafted glass panels.There's .
a handsome, modern
look in the exciting new metal .. ._-
,which are stackable,and ..", -. .-' .. .
rubes ,-;. :;;:;" -='".-r.--..:.::
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come In brilliant colors and ''
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varying sizes. They can both .. :' :
serve Ii functional pieces or STOCK-UP NOW fc NG"SIZE VAWK WTbr
decoration on tables
Vinyl tablemats in smashing have gone bold reversible ALL STORES. SUNDAY' K

colors.IfATTIE'sTlmeSaver.Save. EASTER "

those precious meat Juices.Use SWIFT'SPREMIUM USDA CHOICEHAMS A
tongs to avoid piercing meat ROUND A 5
rather than a fork.A forktends fULL CUT
to tear bacon, but by graspingthe
ends of bacon slices with COOKED CANNED -- -
tongs, the slices can be lifted

and turned****easily.********* $
I hat. 'to wash Dishes! I 4 CAN tee ].99

fivemllllonhomemakersblessed understand that there are over

with automatic dishwashers MWSuik.
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me, still doing dishes by hand,
you may find some of the following -
ways to make "dish .njtAi i\
washing"a little easier.. \
.Whether you like dishwashing,
is not as Important as the
proper care of your Fine China :1 .S.mf aon.l..St.
and of hands! r' k < 2 USOAChok.WDkondCanF.dN.Y -
course your ++r ,..
You will find that most 33POKOPOPS89' USDA Cw..C J49
TOppiHG. Steaks L.. -
"modern" China is glazed to LI,69
form a protective "coat" that ; Roast. .c
cannot be penetrated In cleaning ; ... SIwA1..1
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and colors have been fired ,..""' ,.. 1"9fSST.rfr 59$ ..
on to last the lifetime of the : ::. : $ Ribs. tee .
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First you: organize A single .- c...a AC Md
sink calls for a plastic dishpan ,. < ._,-"-: ZStAk w.IondGround $199
that leaves room for rinsing 53CRUMPETS :. .;: ; i
under the faucet, and at the DINNERS ti. Stew. .. .
.dralnboard(Ideally,on the left), :;j
la rack, also of ( .... ...."d
large draining .... w. twn
plastic (Pome have loops for ;.N 39 $147 A
glasses and acup for silver.) ::- Beef 3 haze
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'dishes in the right-hand sink, .._,. I
drain them in the left Also at .;.:x-' =
hand should be liquid dishwash 39-
leaser sponge, sink POTATOES -
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.wool soap pads.
Getting psychologically _
pared: Put emptied cooking '
-- : Quantity Rights Reserved-Price Good All Week thru ,3.9
units to soak with warm water ""'-. =:: ---- Thursday Wednesday April
WIMN DISH etonsa eow.rerrt..JeeeFREEDRAWING
and a few drops of dishwashing: :
detergent before you sit down
to eat! Too will marvel when HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE
yn discover how much scrubbing '
and scouring eliminated i DELICIOUS FRESH
.as a result.After .
the meal, remove food *
to be discarded with rubber or Strawberries 3BARBQUE nlln 1.GOLDEN 1.

'plastic napkins scrapers and rinse or solledpaper in warm 118 WEBER covered

water. Coffee and tea should
not be allowed to dry in cups
because that makes them harderto KETTLES
clean. Although "modern" Corn 10 69'
floe China has the reputation Fancy EARS
for durability in spite cilia
delicate and fragile look,stacking -
01.dishes II DOt recommended '

,be detergents.Tin stemware order, nor of,we washing glasses'of strong should and' ;Prices Good All Week..Thur.I HP- Wed

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I Raines Students See "Previews Of Progress" Promotion Of General Motors'

GM And Safety Elongated Raines i And CMRaines Conpoiy Lectires Preseit

Aid Explala Novel Ideas

"We have engineered in the propulsion by fuel cells Is

United States the most progressive .technically feasible.
landonthefaceaftheearth, One way to move heavy loads

but many challenging questions with little physical effort was
remain to be answered by the illustrated by an "air bearing"
j a4ti. scientists and engineer of the platform. small vacuum-

.." -cleaner-type motor provided a
That message of opportunitywas this film of air under three

presented to local students large circular pads supporting
r 'Then the General Motors the platform. This air-cushion

,r Y 'research-ln-action stage show, reduced friction between the

"Previews of Progress," appeared floor and the pads, enabling
at Raines High School, finger-tip movement of the

2:00p.m Thursday, March 17, 1969, at platform carrying about 200

F r0o
This non-commercial show Two novel experiments Involving -

seeks to develop and encourage "man-made"molecules

more student Interest science Indicated modern chemistry's

and engineering careers. contribution to progress. Syn-
High School students are shown by lecturer Mike Silver" .t dents are rapt with Interest u they look Three students at Raines High School are listening to lecturer It was presented in non thetic rubber was manufactured

stein of General Motors bow not to become -inrestrained flying, at what is called a "Reanleaux Triangle",the operation of which Ron Hartwlg of General Motors Corporation u he shows how technical language by Previews in a bottle in Just one minute

objects u he presents startling fact from the "Previews of Is explained by General Motor's Mike Silversteln, a special solar cells convert sunlight Into electricity by using a miniature lecturers Ron HartwigandMlkeSllvergteln. and afoam plastic cake"baked",

Progress" sponsored by the company The miniature Impact lecturer for the company's "Previews of Progress".Silversteln model called a Moon Rover, an apparatus equipped with these Itself In only two minutes. .
sled shown above visually demonstrates how Important It Is to shows how the form, which has a triangular shape, can roll with' light sensitive cells. They are, from the left, Ronald Gaines, A highlight of the 40-mkuie The Importance of seat belt
wear seat belts when in an automobile. This Is only one of nine the ease of a cylinder. More than 400,000 students have seen the Anthony Bell and Curtis Maples.Many other Jacksonville students program was the Moon Rover,' protection for vehicle occupantswas
+ researcb-ln-actlons demonstrations seen by Raines High School "Previews" In Florida this school year. Students In the pictureare have seen this "Previews of Progress" {tiring March. a 15-Inch model of the Surveyor dramatized by a model

students Thursday, March 27, during the presentation of the from the left,Joseph Mosley, Aaron Wells and Ron}(cCla1n.I Lunar Roving Vehicle which .Impact sled, a device automotive -:

Interesting project. Students, from the left, are Joseph Lee, Alkaiy State College Lost has been proposed by Genera: safety engineers have been,
Nate Pearson and Russell\ Bradwell. Motors to the Jet Propulsion using to test the structural

I laboratories. The Ro>er runs Integrity of car bodies and
WHEN YOU ARE ILL Gone By .01 Goal Teidiig' on sunlight and has eight button- components.Since .,
like solar cells on its hood 1962, a tuU-llzelmpact

i ..... STATESBQRO, Ga. -Basket- "The Oklahoma Cowboy" Ellis which convert energy sunlight, sled has been used In vehicle

Seek The Best Doctor, ''I .... .. .. rr---J ball games are lost in every topped the Ram scoring with into electricity A JOO-watt safety and occupant protectiontests
When Your Doctor Prescribes 8y DICK WOLFF conceivable way these days. But 20 markers. lamp, slmulatlnnthe sun's rays at the CM Proving Groundat

get Experienced PharmacistsTo 11.1You MARAUDING FOR MARLIN to lose a game on a Judgment Albany State got Into the finals ;powered the vehicle I across Milford, Mich n enables GM

Fill Prescriptions accordIng call-goal tending-4s the way by topping top-seeded Georgia an during undulating the snow.table top surface engineers to "fire"payloadS up
To Your Doctor's Orders. With engines, opened a third forward, the sleek white Norseman Albany State College's "run- Southern, 76-68 in the opening The CM representatives emphasized to 5,000 pounds along a pair of
Hipped out of Crown Colony Club marina at Chub
We Use Only The Best Quality J : In the Bahamas bent, like Norsemen of old, on plunder. ning, gunning" Rams lost herein round Valdosta gamed s finals\ that the Moon Rover 100-foot rails on a sled-like
Drugs Capt. George Seemann stood at the wheel in full battle array the NAIA District 25 Play berth by winning over Berry demonstrates the potential of structure. These tests can be
-polo shirt, white shorts and battered sneakers. The mate andI offs to Valdosta State, 70-68, College 8276. the continuing search for new repeated as often as necessary
rounded out the ship's company aboard Mitchell II, as formidable with :01 left in the game. Jones, the Rams' sensational ways to harness the tremendous under carefully-controlled
i marauder as you'll find among game fishing boatsIn With second to play in 6-8 All-American, ripped the condition to provide factual
one energy of the sun for more
southern waters This is a craft that's powered for relentless
nets for 28 points and 30 rebounds data.A .
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA pursuit and equipped to quickly track down and subdueits the finals and stakes for the efficient use.
quarry. It was a thrill to be aboard.I trip to the Kansas City Nationsup against the host. Georgia Students also saw an alternate study by a University of

-- COMPLETE LINE OF- watched the mate prepare the balao and Spanish mackerel for grabs, defending District Southern team. means of energy for lunar vehicles -' Michigan medical team
bait as Eeemann steered us into Tongue of the Ocean, an outstanding 25 champion Valdosta State was when the CM lecturers indicates that the use of seat
fishing hole situated between Andros and New Providence belts could reduce the number
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Islands and Exuma Cays, The Tongue la. a tumultuous awarded possession of the ball made three fuel cells which of
traffic fatalities much
SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS crossroad of bait and game fish where veteran Vikings like under Its own basket on.a VeteransNews converted chemical energy Into by as
Seemann pillage regularly. Marlin, salinsh, dolphin and other questionable call after the ball' electricity. The small fuel as 40 per cent.
,- CALLED FOR AND large predators hunt for the balao, mackerel and mullet that.: had soared out of bounds, cells, made with chemical Other demonstrations In the
are constantly flushed by cur Previews show co ered the
DELIVERED- Valdosta star Pete Smith, a during the show In containersthe use
rents across the shoals at the of gyroscopes In modern navigation -
transfer from the Universityof
tip of the Tongue Into deep site of paper cups,provided
1 1907 RINGS ROAD 353-8279 water inviting forays by game Cincinnati, took the Inbound enough power to run the Moon systems for space
fishermen \ pass, faked dribbled,and shot, Rover and operate a portable vehicles, aircraft and
Lilly's Store Less than 15 minutes out we and got credit for the winning Q: The Veterans Administration ,. radio. submarines and an explanation
Drug '
were putting over Spanish I All- of bow a gas turbine engine
basket when the
'' pays $250 toward the burial The fuel cell, a highly efficient
mackerel on 30-pound test Bon.
nyl monofllament with wire vti American, Wilbert Jones, was expense of deceased eligible energy conversion device, Is a operates.The .
Previews team that
leaders for deep trolling. We 1 called for goal-tending after veterans. Is this allowance also subject of continuing intensive appeared -
were using the new Mitchell clearly blocking Smith's attempt payable when Interment Is loa research, the Previews here Is one of seven

-; 1040 4/0 big game reels and nine- i I national cemetery wliere thereis lecturers said. They told students two-man units now touring the
thread 2792 Custom big game I" Bob Rainey, the Rams' pilot, no charge for the burial that CM has developed a country. About 1,500,000'students
rods with roller guides and tip. and adults will
said of the afterward see
Cj game full-slse
P', plot? experimental vehicle '
We also set out lighter rigs-
j QUALITY WITH SAVINGS the versatile Ambassadeur 9000 "I don't like basketball when A: Yes The place of burSa: that demonstrates that electric Previews this year. 1;

casting and boat reels with six.thread 2791 Custom rods things happen like this," referring makes no difference. The $250 .
FLORID ROOMS x *4. and skipped balao for the surface feeders. to an official's call in allowance Is paid toward the Dodge Personnel Leader,
IEDROOMSBBATHS As we dropped the last of the balao astern, we passed a floatIng several ,crucialand.rather'b total funeral
KITCHENS rip of seaweed and watched as a stubby dorsal broke the obvious situations expense.. .
.11'.41. ,
surface and sliced toward the baits. !"Dolphin' Seemsnn'hol-"5 ,? V Prois&s iB' Bill "Coaches;' : 'I
ENCLOSURE, 1 lered. Within seconds It socked Into the balao and I grabbed; Jones swatted away the ball Q: My aunt la the widow of a r 11 : j
REMODELING the rod and reel and could feel the dolphin's vitality and strength.He before it descended. As a Spanish -American War coaches for their dedication
GARAGES leaped shaking his bluff head and the yellow, blue and green matter of fact, RaIney added, 'veteran. She receives $70 a EAST LANSING-Earl Lloyd, in
hues of his body seemed to rainbow in rage. He was a bull, "the ball never got to the rim month pension from the Veter- national personnel I relations a profession where the rewards -
!' CARPORTS running 40 to 80 pounds, and only after lots of tortuous leap. for it to be call goal-tending. ans Administration. However, manager for Dodge,paid tribute don't always equal the
ing and running did I bring him to boat.' He was a valiant efforts.
to coaches here .
SIDING He blocked Smith's shot whenit today.In
fighter so we cut him loose. a friend of hers, who is also a "If the'mooey equalled the
REPLACEMENT r As the mate set out another' bait one of our deep lines tore was no more than three Spanish-American War an address given before the task you'd make much
WINDOWS loose from the outrigger and I pounced on the large rod end Inches from his hand. veteran widow receives S75 S.OOO; member, Michigan! State the President., as u
reel and backed into the fighting chair. It was exciting to watch "It was their fourth bad call a month from the VA. Why the ,
THEREISA the light blue Bonnyl fly off the husky reel into the deep water in a row,' Rainey said. (The .difference? ., Fw v tiA "Fortunately, coaches get paid
and wonder what indiscriminate + off in other There's
feeding monster now unwittingly l ways. a
rushed into battle-moments and yards away. I let the last two baskets by Valdosta A: The $'15 check goes.to the lot of satisfaction when you seea
line run out and allowed the fish to swallow the bait before came on Judgment calls by the widow of a SpanishAmericanWar that worked
youngster you've
I set the hook and adjusted to a heavy drag I worked with official). "Actually, the Biffing vetef anrwho was marriedto
DIFFERENCE him for 20 minutes before he broke who called the with move ahead In the sports
water and identified him. official goaltending the veteran during all or part
self. Blue martin, all and it world. And it's even more exciting
right was plenty of strong run. never went over to ask of that war. The widow, suchas
fling and ymnastio leaping for another 20 minutes before I the timekeeper if time had when you see his athletic
FREE ESTIMA YES had him at boat-side, your aunt, apparently, who ability opening other doors to
1 asked him though
expired. marries such a veteran after
'MMMM.MWalMMMMMMMMmMMlimtgM.MMtMMMMM B and he told me that no one bad the war receives the $70 hlm..like a scholarship to

I NO MONEY DOWN thought of asking him, and monthly check.Q college, or a chance to get a
good Job when he graduates.:
asked him
:'SANDERS'' unless the official ,
FARM When a player 'makes lt'.the
he couldn't
say. I awarded
: was a pension
The controversial win sends 'coach shares a lot of that hap
from the Veterans Administration -, "
: ifl-"" : Jim Melvin's Rebels to the piness. .
aid I
last My wife
SPECIALIZING IN year. who Inducted into .
Lloyd, was
j,,; NAIA Finals at Kansas City. are planning to sell our home EARL LLOYD
outturns SANDERS FRIED CHICKEN U Smith, whose hometown is and move to Florida. Will the the National Association of

AVAILABLE FOR : BAH-B-QUE : Albany, led the Rebel scoring profit I receive on the sale of Basketball Coaches Association Inter-collegiate Athletics Hall
FREE COUNSELING [ j while Clarence Uoyd former of Fame In 1966, reflected on
i PRIVATE PARTIES with 24 points, ;, the home affect my pension? ,
ON CUSTOM the years before he timed
assistant coach of the Detroit
A Not Proceeds
DESIGN i LAYOUT Cireliia S.C. : directly. Pistons commended the professional, and stated that
sale of ,
Oiler from the
: Jiw property are during that period, his high

.' Nil Miiifiiiit,, Gets Clobbered no considered income for FAMU AliMRi school and college coaches were
under the
veterans present
GALL355-8494 the prime Influences In his life.
: k ,OF MR. CLAYTON iv.oo. pension law. However, you are "A coach shares the success

U ly Newbery advised to notify VA of the sale Holds Greet and failures of his players He
2205 l U OPEN 24 HOURS because net worth is also a

ARGUS BUILDERSN.E. 1A ( MINES ST. M. CLAYTON, EYANS BEGINNING APRIL 1 ORANGEBURG, S.C. -South consideration under the pension' Day Jne 7 .has ,many and at roles times: friend even father, confidant -

Carolina Slate College SlAC law determining pension en;
Image as well
5531 A as an
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FLA'S OLDEST & LARGEST REMODELING FIRM conference and District 0 NAIA titlement. PENSACOLA, Fla. The Pen- Instructor."
.IPUiUUUUUUIUUUUUUI.UUU.U UUMM- U conference champion,was upset While you live in the home Us sacola Chapter of the Florida "Coaching Is a pure pressure

by Newberrr College In the tine is not reportable u part AIM University AlumnL Job too. It.. like being a
opening round playoff in District of your net worth, but when you Association will hold its third politician; every fan on earth
6 NAIA competition in Orange- convert It to cash, the cash Is Annual Orange and Green Day figures he knows more about

burg.. considered put of net worth. on June 7. sports than you do., When the
: I The 9S-81 defeat suffered by For further information and This year they are honoringall team ,wins, It's the players
,the Bulldogs was a sad climax assistance In this matter,check FAMC and FAMU Pittsburgh 'When the team loses, fans and
to an otherwise fine basketball with your nearest VA office. Courier's All-Americans from
( sports writers first ,yell is: >
season for freshman Coach 1934 to the present time, and fire the coach'."
:i Ben Jobe who had guided S.C. WootVow WilseiScholirshlps the special honoree will be Dr "Yes, coaching Is an that and '
State to a 20-5 slate Including William P. Foster, director of
a lot more. It'. toughest of all
15 straight victories before bands at FAMU. The plans are
on the family of a coach...
o their first defeat. to get as many of the former especially a losing coach.. But
Newberry, which brought a Florida AIM University
SPRINGrrlMECASH when you add It all up,coaching
a 19-14 record Into the
game Rattlers to attend this affair Is about the most
exciting Job '
trailed by one point, S8-J7 at Heaor Dr. Kia| as possible, to help honor Dr, they ever Invented." ,

f MONEY NEEDED TOo the half, then exploded for 56 Foster and FAMU. All-' ,"Lloyd explained his ,.
THE coaching
FOR points In the second half to Announcement has been mad, Americans
philosophy) u
being "Be
put the game out of the Bulldogs' of the offering of 50 Martin The Pensacola Chapter will : a good
sport but "
a loser
lousy and
reach. Luther King; Jr., fellowships be unable to help guests financially -
added "The harder
F. o BUY EASTER CLOTHES Newberry destroyed the aimed at helping more Black : because all funds raised your loss, the harder you you'llwork -,.

Bulldogs' Inside game, forcing students prepare for the pro- on Orange and Green Day are to win the next one' .,
them to shoot from the outside fessions. contributed to the Florida AIM
t while the Indians dominated the These fellowships may beheldfor University Natooal Defense '

FOR THB BNTINB FAMILY \ boards. two years by any Black Education Act Matching FAMU Aid KU !
Willie Grate, State's, ace veteran holding a bachelor's Scholarship Fund. Plans have

: shooter, was held below his degree and who plans a careerIn been made for deep sea fishing,

) 354-5641 average of 25. He picked up such fields u law, medicine, a golf tournament, bowling Eichige Position r!
U PHONE 17 points. It was Jim English's education, Journalism, social tournament, and surf bathing
20 points that led the Bulldogs' work and library science in the .Gulf of Mexico on the TALLAHASSEE ''
scoring. A qualified veteran will be mornings of Thursday, Jane of Education The School
High man for Newberry was paid $270 per month and.G.I. Sand Friday, June 6. at Florida AIM I
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LOANS I ; Tom Martin with 30 points. benefits. On the June 7, Orange ant Education University and the College\ of

!iIi1IiEU1IIE.IiI' The loss was the third in a Communications should be addressed Green bay at 11:00 a.m., there Uni rslty have at Florida to State_ ,

row for slumping Bulldogs to Raymond Richardson will bet Rattler, Brunch I In agreed exchange
who dropped the final game of director of the Martin honor 'of the Pittsburgh the winter faculty services during ,

\41! 'I. IIVAL ST.. IPEN 'JHIIIW. TILL NUN lUIS II SillS the season to Tuskegee, M,59, Luther King, Jr., FlnOWShlPSI Courier's All-Americans and According quarter.to arrangements:;' *'I
and the opening game of the' Woodrow Dr. William P. Foster. At 3.00 .each .
SlAC Tournament to Tuskegee, ;:Fellowships foundation" .,. Box: p.m., a Rattler Stake,'and. .at Provide exchange services professor will
WiBfl.: before their defeat. 642, Princeton, yj. CONTINUED ON PACE l a.tbr -boar. course equivalent .10'"j.

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I Calvin Murphy A UPI Choice For Small American Team Of 5-10 Collegians I

Niagara's Expert Victor
UP) Choice
Rofer Exercises Second Straight YearNot
) !Jt '+ For
'. -
.i "''t ,: $1 : all basketball stars are Glpson of New Mexico.
.f. :
.. ; : giants. Calvin Murphy outshines many
,' United Press International's others.
choice of a "Small America" Niagara's players are known
.. late team Is proof of that. as "The Purple Eagles."A new'
One of America's greatest member of the staff Is a Black
't" .
r. 89-86 players has been named,Calvin man, Elbert J. Butler who, last

.. ', i ; t, the I': Murphy of Niagara University. year began his first sessionas
:. \/ I ',, : 't' Murphy has been chosen froma head coach of the Eagle
y py. '.{ ,'it} r.. l list of men 6 feet 10 Inches yearling quintet. He Is nation-
had :::Y tall and no more. Murphy has ally known u an athlete. He
By : been chosen for the second year is also a"teacher In (he school
In competition with players of system
J"A /
"" .,* sweep all heights. Murphy, a sophomore In 1967,
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Murphy scores third in a major s reputed to be one of the
t It collegiate survey with an aver :best of players In America.
age 0132.1. As a freshman he made over
The diminutive but powerful, 50 per cent of his field goal
tion player, is not alone. There Is attempts and over 8 per cent
John Rinks of Kenyon College of his free throws and ended
5-9, with a high-scoring I the season with an average of
a average. His average Is 33.9. 48.9 per game
Among others are Grey He Is a great shooter, outstanding -
Carney, 11-', Wichita State as a team man Murphy
University. GregWUliams is extremely fast and accurate
that Rice University and Dick from any spot. _
Devenilo Duke.A Murphy was chosen an All-
were' second team lists: David State and was first choice on
boro Lundstrom Bradley, Gordon the high school AIl-Amer 1 can
Tope Colorado Char ley Crlss, team. He Is a major in sociology
New Mexico State Steve Bill- at the university
', :. sky Pennsulvanla, and Petie ** ** .
In the
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Once the ten of glory are over, many professional, u well u Gale, Murphy aoove, as one of Its Little-
amateur athletes, forget their diets and rigid training habits. ..Murphy halls from Niagara University. Soothing relief for
Not so,with one of the world's greatest athletes, former Olym- consecutive year for the 8-10 athlete. He Is
pic decathlon star, Rarer Johnson,who still keeps in shape and -' at the university. hard-working :
boasts about the same physical statistics u when be won the VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY. For hands 10
world championship In 1960. Johnson,now a successful busbies.- Dandridge Smashes rough, 10 chipped, they actually hurt.
man, works out regularly wltha unique exercise device recently Soothes and lofteni. '
introduced by football great Bart Starr, called EXER-GYM. r
Three Tourney Nits
This predict, which combines all the benefits of isotonic and
Isometric exercise In one compact unit no larger than an aerosol GREENSBORO N.C.-Lanky:
sharing can, Is considered by the pros asthe "ultimate exercise Bobby Dandridge of Norfolk prOVlduaeontinUOUIII"
product." EXER-GYM, by simple turn of(the dial, can be! used State has smashed three CIAA
by every' member of the family to meet his or her individual Tournament records and tied .
needs. A nylon rope attached to handles on each end of a another establishing himself as
calibrated cannlster offers varying weight resistance depending cue of the league's all-time : !
on the'dial adjustment. Currently being tested by NASA as t' great stars.In "
product the astronauts may take to the moon,EIER-GYM retail a sensational shooting
at $24 95 and Is sold nationwide In leading sporting goods and display Dandrldge a primepro
department stores.Albany. prospect, pumped in 50
points in the Spartans' opening
game against Virginia Union.
State's This erased a mark of 45 points
set In 1959 by Elizabeth City's

Big Joe Walker ; Marvin Trotman.Watch'

1 ; This Clown

Signs 'With Boston '_ 45 51 61

,54 75 ,32.S
ALBANY, Ga The I-I. his desire to get !through on !the L'A t 1
262-pound defensive lineman pass rush" \ -. \ .
Joe Walker from Albany State Loudd also compared him to U' .
College has returned his signed the Los Angeles Rams' All- Bethea,\ '- 1'2 ttr .
contract to Boston Patriots head ,League defensive end Deacon f'A cadet at ; t .
coach Chive Rush. Walker wasa Jones. "Deacon came from the ; ,
defensive tackle in college but same conference as Walker," ,
Rush has indicated he will use he said."He hadn't even touched .at 55- "J9-86
the big rookie In training camp his potential when he first began
as a defensive end. He was the In the pros,but through good 22Sometimes- H 16 UNFAIRHousing

Patriots' second of two ninth- coaching got a lot of attention : what the he's up,,'Somemetf
I round draft choices. and became a great one. Wedon't Isn't comity :,He's down."He Adds, Subtract
Walker Is one of the main have anyway of knowing ( April. ,He works it all around, .
,reasons why the Patriots en- how big Walker will make It. "
,Joyed the biggest draft-wlth We only know that we plan to "
regard to the size of the give him a lot of work In hopes of : 20'--23 99
selections the club's of developing the potential he j i ,
history. Six of the team's 16 has"Walker I the Coming Attraction'
draft choices were line prospects (known as Jolting Joe I MOST
over 250 pounds. A like to Ms teammates, Is only the The 45 11 118 Isn'tIt's
number were also 6-4 or better. second player ever drafted from
A lot of people speak of Albany State College. He has I
sleepers in a college draft," been clocked in 50 seconds Coach MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED '
said director of player person- for the 40 yards. I I opened Crazy}!
nel Rommle Loudd,''and would A native of Tallahassee, Fla. UNFAIR.ILLEGAL
hive to say that Joe Walker Is and product of Lincoln High I last offers you .
the closest to that category d School, Joe is 22, married and an this new .
anyone we drafted. He has what an art major at Albany State. I \ a Money Mans Days are Numbered.
wefeellsticeptlonalrawPotential. He Is currently on tour In the SWAC it will work Health and Fortune can be
His size, speed and major southern cities presenting -I be bait, files, Yours when you know your
strength are Ideal. The best art exhibits with a group dart :! lures. Lucky Days

thing.he exhibited to ns was, students per! Lucky Colors, ect.
Send $2 00 for your

I UCLA Coach Says Alciidor LOVE N'YOUR ITt! Horoscope MARCHFill Guide for

Enjoys Beim By Himself this intro- I
d check or In the blank below and;
MEW YORK Coaching the or (Curtis) Rowe-they're, : 98 :mall to ZODIAC, Post Office ,
UCLA basketball team Isn't alla younger and. seeking their own ( ) to: Box, 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. 1 Fair housing is a fact.
bed 011'01411. according to an pleasures-and he doesn't like I LURE CO. :1
article in the current issue of to get that close to whites." NAME Find out what the law says.
the But Bill Sweek Is quotedIn STREET I'
SPORT MagatlM revealing guard : 92117
Players' attitudes toward curfews the SPORT article that"Lew JATR OF BIRTH j Write: Fair HousinsWashingtonD.C.
training roles,coach John has been closer to the team this
Wooden and superstar Lew Al- year than ever before.
dndor.; That coaching Lew Alclndor
The players' attitude toward and the UCLA basketball team. ( ) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
their coach was indicated during creates ILi own special pressures -
the period before arecent was admlttel by Wooden S
tournament game when coachWooden in his answer to an inquiry as
imposed a 10:JO cur few to whether coaching would be ( )
00 the ballc1ub. more fun when Alcindor is gone.,
"We'll all Ignore the man U III be glad when I can coachto
.usual," commented one player. win again Instead of not to1'
In answer to a question about lose," concluded Wooden in the
what action Wooden would takeIf SPORT article.
a player were caught out after :
curfew forward Lynn Shackel- NAACP OpposesOdd
I ford replied: ,
"It all depends on how you're Moves
Playing. If yoaTe been playing 'j;::

a view goad much cam.Another lot,,."looser saystatheSPORTarticle as he'll player yon lei since please yon taking the go D'big another.pretty been man: place CHAPEL the At e here.happening University U The HILL NAACP 01 has N.C.NC of Chapter takes'at -North A'. ,..J

"What onsets everyone Is that Carolina has denounced the
Student Movement
I when we come In late and get to at-,
has voiced opposition
caught we catch bell,but tbt1doIa't. to'
.'say a word to Lew.'! tempts by Black -.
separate themselves from theuniversity
Also ell tilt subject of Alclndor '
I one dMsteammateeexplti ed: commiolty. 1bt'cblpter N. of BEAVER SATURDAY MATINF.FS 1:30
also -
opposes representation
1 "He gets a lot of satisfaction for Blacks by the Black
from being by himself. He's

I not that close to (CUd) Wicks Student Movement. \


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I Each bust Is eight Inches tall Merry marchers on Easter that certifies it as "Genuine Texas Conference among the six remaining groups.
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a. variety of bags, reports
leather to best CONCURS
Leather Industries of
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leathers make this outstand may well be a bonny box bag. Methodist General Conference, top legislative body of the
up I The box comes in both little denomination, which met in Dallas last April, the United
and large sizes, and In many Methodist Board of Education officially took out membership
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ERNEST REDMOND As Low as $195.00 Down. often repeated' at the strap, fE the Rev George Clements,BlacklSslstant pastor atSt. Dorothy's
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the box. f Y' Clements was the central figure In a dlsputebetweenCaiholic
68 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE.....,.....................$4995 Perennial favorite with suits i i. officials and laymen over the naming of a Black pastor at St.:
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65 CADILLAC 60 SPit:. FLEETWOOD.$2395 closings. Spring '69 satchels ., b, ,', "' : 'I .'. "i'' .;;..(:.ii! ,'(>,,,, .. If Chicago Episcopal Diocese center by members of the Episcopal
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68 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE..................................$3395 CIVIC AUDITORIUM : ... :;. : '",j",, _> r Bethel Presbyterian-Church, has been elected moderator of the,

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67 CHEVROLET IMP ALA. ..................................$1995 -om..r.
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I Is of the ....... minister to become moderator In the
67 BUICK 225 ELEC..................................,..... .$2995 recital Sunday night, April 6, a member College Education Achievement Project at -c. College. area.
at the Civic Auditorium along Martin Gross Photo.
Air conditioned plus all other equipment. A bargain at
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66 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON.........................$1695 appearance of IEIPENINGMRS.ALFREDALK
9-Pass Lady air conditioned real nationally-known artist will be Do We Need A Speaker's Ban Law ? NASHVILLE (NPI)-A boycott of the Methodist Publishing
owner a
good one.
In the Interest of the EphesnsSeventh House has been called for Good Friday April 4 by the Black
66 CHEVROLET IMPALA..................,.........,......,$1595 ,
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eSRIVIE-U...................................................... $1995 entrance and the concert will some people will be quick to say: "We don't need to curb free
be In the Little Theater. speech, because ur students too GIVES UPMOBILE
I are Intelligent to be misled
Mag wheels, bucket seats, air conditioned, one local
owner. Harris, a native of Jacksonville ,, by leftists and Communists' Ala.-(NPI)-Efforts to combat poverty and racial

65 PLYMOUTH FURY 01......................................$1295 I showed a great We aren't aware that Communists are stirring up strife on discrimination have .not satisfied Msgr. Thomas N. Nunan,
V8, automatic transmission, steering, RAM, air Interest In music as a child campuses across the nation, but we do know that certain leaders 29-year-old director of Catholic Charities for the MobileBirmingham
conditioned, power He made his debut at 8 yearsof are playing upon the emotions of other students who are too lazy diocese, so he decided to quit. No only has he quit his

62 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL.............,..................$ 995 age In a local school auditorium to think for themselves Oft times, they raise "the devil" without office, but also has requested permission from the Vatican to
He discovered mowing why.Disruption leave the
i was by priesthood.
Air conditioned al owner, a real bargain.
Eric Von Hochelmer while )s economically J disadvantageous on campuses,
studying Chicago.: because sometimes property is damaged or destroyed private REV.GROPPISPEAKS
R. S. EVANS3rd I Institutions, where there is often so little money to buy the DENVER -(NPI)-Father James Groppl of Milwaukee came
things needed to carry on the educational process) campus to the Mile High City recently with the conviction that "AmericaIs
IT PAYS ToADVERTISE uprisings are too expensive. going to have to correct Injustices If It Is going to survlce.
& MAIN It may come sooner than we think that state legislatures may Speaking before the Crusade for Justice, he said: "The church
need to reconsider where freedom of assembly and speech as an institution hu been terribly guilty of racism and its
EL4-8381 OPEN 'TIL t;00 P.M. EL4-8382, should end. There may come a time when a college administration teachings in the white parishes and white parochial schools
must not be afraid to face student violence. have to change
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Roil VFECTW 3541325. For Blacks' In GhettosCAMPUS CONTINUEDFROM! PAGE 5
Kings I HinhiniIth .. In Boston, Freedom Foods, 'a out into cable television, computers -

t Dim "1- Black firm that already owns' and housing.
Streits21st IMBUE
(NPR) or the ghetto and to enable
APR 4 and operates two supermaiketsIn The bad news came from
t Myrtle Avenue t,WHY NOT HAVE YOURS Efficient public transportation Black workers in Negro areas the Negro community, is 'Washington, where It was reported -
essential to"unlock the rates to reach
THRU new Jobs opening up
\ negotiating for other outlets that "Project Own"
33fl.l MoncriefEdfewoorj v DONE AT HOME in the suburbs
according toeRE nationally would hart to increase Its
AyeM'Clwlani WED J You set the time (Day o. Whitney M. Young, Jr.lIecu00'181 Archie Williams, 35, is president ) current loan rate to meet even

LIQUORS 'APR. 9 night) eve director, National Urban of the parent company, 50 per cent of ilk goal.
For that
Leal'le. reason,YouneOon't
N *
You save transportation Freedom Enterprises, be, a Lack participation
e bal the diversion offunds
No waiting In line aurae-relieve urged Negro conglomerate Involved industries las been blamed for
e, p.ln In atconda as millions do with, earmarked for highway
Be relaxed and look at TV DRA.IEL, Many dentists recommend con- with food, electronics, failure of the SBA program to
SZ.oo.upCalt' win. ORA.IEL anal you ptprohnlonsI .. I IstrucUon to'subsidize Public. engineering, and advertising promote Black business
.. power.
IMPORTED FROM ENGLAND trlllm.nt. ... 'i transportation facUlties.
715-4841 rer/tMrrMln,, Freedom Industries, whose The companies have bees
After 4 ors.Jel * sties reach into the millions of counted on to provide systematic *
SQUIRE'SLondon p.m dollar., Is planning to branch help managerial and technical

Killer Tornad Only one national trade

Dry GIN MW ORkTornadoeilook association, MenswearRe*
TOWERSA tellers of America, h pledged
the lists of 116 Americans
its support to the
Wlart4 S4 PROOF l l in 1967, the Insurance Informa program
SBA bad hoped to create small
lion Institute In the
reports businesses at the rate of 10,000

Home For Senior Citizens 62 Years, Or Over last been 50 attributed tears, 9.300 to tornadoes deaths hate .a year by next July, but, It is

Green estimated that only 4,384
Own" loans will be
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