The Florida star
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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 12, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Black Boycotts On Fla. Schools Will Continue Say mgnis Leader

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Body Honored I "Poor People" March On Tallahassee

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j t aewborn River on 11 the bay, banks under,lull was boy found of the apparently the Bridget bridge Wednesday Rlbault at r ti{ +S Pirye tfi RDES TY SCHOOl(!!

Moncrlef following a reportto .
the Department of Police,
which at press time could give
no Information at to Identity. 1

Apparently the mother of the ,ILN1lHJlEB! FIRE
cutoff child threw the Infant
left the
on the river bank and .
scene, without being seen. r <* ? ,n f .'*%iipiJ

No information was given as ** . .
to how long the corpse might
have been there.However,there Ga. Legislator Jalons Join In

j were no signs of violence or

decay Education Head Mammoth." March.
Residents in the nleghborhood "
could give no information. No Wants New Kind .
For New Laws
one remembered having seen

anyone commit such an act. Of SocialismMURRAY TALLAHASSEEE -More than

The tot was found lying on its $ Jul1"anBond Says StepupIs 500 Poor People mostly Black,
side on the bank, naked Ky. from Jacksonville others
many ,
Evidence, upon examination, Georgia Senator and from elsewhere in the state,
medical attention civil rights leader told student
showed that no
some from out of the state, invaded -
symposium here this week that
had been given
Among opinions offered was The campus of Savannah State College Georgia recently the locale of the eighteenth annual l']!Black people are in a colony Little And LateThe "welfare Tallahassee rights march"with Tuesday a,

that the young victim of despair College Press Institute and SjmthernUnlversltiesStudent Government Assoclatcon Publications surrounded by a white nation and

might be of mtied parentage. Workshop Former Georgia Governor Carl E. Sanders delivered the keynote address. He was that steals from the colony In Citizens Committee for he proposes with respect to leaders presented of the legislatureon proposalsto'

The body was removed to the presented the Institute's Distinguished Service Award On the left is Waymon Scott Wright, labor, in education in taxes,' Better Education In Duval implementation almost borderson legislation but were miffed
Public Relations Department representative of The Coca-Cola donor of all and gives in return."
City Morgue awaiting possible Company, plaques nothing County hammered this week the ridiculous Holmes, at the reception they received.
identification. At press time BO and trophies for the Institute and workshop winners; Dr. Howard Jordan, Jr, president of the Bond was speaking as part t of16tbteeday on the plans offered by Superintendent through a prepared statement Bernard

r further Information. was.,. forthcoming .' noted school, stands second from the right and holds l piano presented to him..Wilton Scott Imrcctorcf "- Murray State"VlhtUU1oY.umtnf ., Cecil Hardest In his sopkeAgainst any.fornt IQf. Rev 41rectOl'.of.boutbeR Lafayette, pro- ,
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Institute, latest comments oc compliancewith tokenism and saibthatrecourseto Christian Leadership Confer-'
---- 'program called "Insight '69": the laws relating to removing -' constitutional action! will be ence, and a native of Tampa,

St. Petersburg ,.r' The "legislature told the the barrier of color in the only way out. He insisted on said,, in the face of the large:
Needed leader .Scorns. audience that "Disorganisation education! for many years a compliance to "the complete number, of law enforcement
Writer Chosen Boycotts and disheartenment of Black kind of trademark of the Stateof letter of the law" officers around the Capitol, "If
people leads to an attitude of
IN Florida. The leader said that immediate they saw two or three people
Separatism unbearable discontent. ,He Wendell Holmes chairman legal action is not contemplatedand
of come in to get water they thought
For Articles foresaw destruction, if neglect this group, ,. has relegated the is contingent on it was a demonstration".

ATLANTA A. Black writeron Against TacticsOf Fiery SpeechMMONTGOMERY is_continued superintendent's plans to the eventualities' Mrs Gladys Taylor representing -
Bond called for "community
"too-little too-late" class. Holmes pointed to the vast the Dade Welfare
St. Times
the Petersburg socialism" or the control of
Further said Holmes in an difference in percentage enrollment rights movement revealed that
out this week for ha fervent
was signaled the of economic
community interview with the "What u based on zoning
press, seats bad been reserved in the
outstanding Journalistic honors appeal to thousands followers development as a new kind of
cent of Black
'by the white Sigma Delta Chi Biased Boards of the late Dr Martin L. King activism for Negroes, ** ** students attend per mostly-white House and in the Senate
When the marchers
galleries ,
honorary society through its Jr., Rev Ralph David
Atlanta chapter, for excellencein Abernathy said here that the schools. Less than one who expected to go en masse,
can keep going when wariness NAACP thousandth of one-per cent of arrived they were told they
the field of Journalism. ST. PETERSBURG Black' work must go on in the interestof
becomes vindictiveness The whites attend mostly-Black had been misinformed. A small
That writer is Samuel Adams boycotts of Florida schools and freedom
classed as "best in ali action against school teachersconsidered lawyer reminded his hearers' Thousands stood in the rain ''I'SI.. Petersburg April 21 schools number was permitted in each
Holmes dldnot
that Blacks were brought to Chairman division of the senate however.
;.categories" by the group and racists will and heard the battle cry of
continue. America so that the whites could the PETERSBURG people) are in a position to overlook the recent, and widely Two delegationsmet,
.overall winner of the "Green ;freedom u expounded by 81. Fla,-In
Eyeshade! Award", the pos This prophecy has been made make money "off cotton." .noted cleric, successor to the an effort, to rally nationwide inject new ideas and new publicized upsetting announcements separately, with House Speaker
session of which is based or by Marvin Davies, state field Quality education for the late civil rights leader after support for the proposal to spirits of participation In our, of Hardesty to facultyand Fred Schultz and Senate, President
staff labeled the
superb expertise as a wilier. director'' of the NAACP who, Black child will follow boycotts, the latter's tragic assasslnatlop lower the voting age to IS, the government and made changes the John Mathews and gave
economy. moves by superintendent -
Adams was considered the, on April 6, pointed.out that Davles resumed White on April 4, 1968. The speech National Association ,for the Roy Wilkins NAACCP their legislation proposals
"sweepstakes winner." He woo Blacks are opposed to the teachers will have to learn to u a matter of fact,represented Advancement of Colored People as "unprofessional. Mrs. Veronica led the group
Executive Director said it is
calls for
Hardesty's plan a
all children
teach and not those which met with Mathers.Recommendations .
out in competition six southeastern closingjjf BlackschoolsandaieripilTi a memorial to the late fighter. through Its youth and college
whom they want to teach. He Ale belief that many of the youth "philosophy of compliance"with concerned:
states.Articles The meeting In Montgomery division has called: a two-day
nation have the desire and
our the law on integration.
went on to outline tactics used 'Additional appropriations forthe .
written by the scene of Dr. King's earlier National Youth Mobilization
the various districts to 'btlltvfor_ responsible behaviorand The superintendent envisions welfare and
by prevent department
journalist touched conditions labors was only em. of !turner-: :Conference in Washington.
effective integration, He for making positive contributions a goal of 10 per cent faculty for an Increase! in salaries of
labor He the 1969 which is
In Florida's camps. oils ones across country April 21-22 expected
said that Black child be to. the growth and integration for 1970. of
a might social workers. Employment
is known for his personal designed to emphasize the to draw some 500 youth
shifted off to a school for the of nonviolence development of our nation. Holmes countered by saying social workers from the poverty I IcrOUP.
in Importance and Marvin Davies Florida Field
interest personal investiga ,
"Let's stand with them todayso that such a plan Is a year
retarded because of his slow Adoption of a system
Adams rode Freedom of continued effort. NAACP and co-ordl-
float a Director
progress that that they stand up by them- behind. He called .Tor 20 percent of
or a community which simply declaration
bus in 1964 to Washington and Rev. Abernathy hit at "sepa nator for the Mobilization -
might Integrate a school and selves and with us tomorrow. upgradingHardesty need would be accepted from
in 1969 made a harrowing trip ratism. He promised continued Conference in Florida expects
NAACP: feels that 20
with workers from the Carolines remove from it all vestiges of ,efforts in the release of poor the Conference to attract the Churches businesses per a poverty victim Instead of:
'u branches, clubs, organizations cent might not be advisable in
t tr "Negrltude He showed bow la complicated application*
from the shackles of
into Florida Mr. and Mrs. people support of some SO young .
uked to in the of
and individuals are faculty changes way
of the counties Removal of of
Adams toured the south to test some poor economic preuau..Theminister people to the nation's Capitol requirements
contribute to NAACP Mobilisation sound educational
: maintaining a
compliance! with the Civil Rights I "Integrate a school, give it a spoke earlier in from Florida to lobby-face- residence. Reasonable rent
Fund Commercial:
r new name and Import a white program. allowances. Establishment of
Act., In that year his stories, Memphis and Atlanta. to-face with their senators and
Bank of Petersburg) 2100 Holmes also criticized the
,commended for'elarlty,, r! principal, as well as white The marchers, though representatives about lowering statewide day care centers.
34h( Street South St. Peters shakeup of last week handled
and coherence teachers drenched by the torrentialrains the from 21 to 18. Passing of a state minimum
factuallty won voting age .
burg Florida, 33712.: :10 a "dictatorial manner,
In his conclusion : law of 31.30 hour
Attorney an
and therefore
him the award in the Eyeshade delayed At present there are 7 bills
competition.. MARVIN DAVES Davies saw little hope la somewhat, listened attentively before the v.s. Senate and The Capitol was ringed bY
battles In the courts. "I think to the new leader. After orders about 43 before the House that state troopers. Th secouJd
Stepin Fetchlt's' against spending money on new the courts are rotten,' he said. were given to parade they left would amend the U.s.' A Baby Thrown Away not get in sat in Waller Park.

school buildings they. consider He felt that only the federal' :lie St. Jude's Catholic Complexand Constitution so u to lower the The arrival of several busloads:
"unnecessary." courts seem to be concerned of marchers from Jacksonville
walked to Dexter Avenue, voting Senator Edward
Son Kills Three Attorney Dales went farther about the problems, to the Dexter Street "Baptist Brooke has endorsed the delayed the march Before going

to emphasize that Negro Attorney Davies said that Church Dr.King's first church conference "I have long been f to the Capitol the protesters
HARRBBURG Fa.-Donald students should not be sent from Black integration must win, "If A truck bearing a gas flame. in favor of legislation to lower "\ ,'sang spirituals in a Negro
Lsjnbrlght 31, son of the actor their homes to schools miles the country:is t to remain whole preceded the thousands of the voting age to 18 (young ; : church u well as freedom
Stephln Fetcblt, diagnosed bya ,away. Busing, he felt,Is time- marchers. They were flanked by I .' songs
psychiatrist last year u suffering losing device, and prevents a Amounted highway patrol cars and'by Morris Reeves AAU. : Rep. Joe Lang Kershaw, sole
from violent or suicidal: student from participating in loot motorcycles. Black In the Florida Legislature

tendencies went on a highway extracurricular activities.The The favorite song "We Shan Tund Short Of GoalThe said he felt that the
shooting spree la which four NAACP leader said that Overcome' seemed tobrlngthedrenched news media gave the march

died and 17 were wounded Integration is not sufficient. To $36 li Cash panders to their coal: Morris Reeves AAU fond too much publicity. Kershaw,.
According to published He said that Integration can One of every ZO watchers was of the Eartha White Community said "1 tell them to get the.
reports, Umbright felt that be raise te percentage of dropoutsbecause white. Center, 74 J Ashley Street has deadbeats off the welfare rolland ,

was a victim of racial discri. of the indifferent attitudes Pits Lighter ,The marchers had come from reached the one-third mark, r let's have some self-help.!

mination. of white teachers and\ Selma where the first march according to Julius Culnyard, Mrs. Taylor said she felt they
A sociologist uncle, Howard because of their inability .to An ll-year-oid Jacksonville. In 1965 was turned back by boxing coach. had been"treated like animals"

Johnson, la New Tork City,said understand problems relatingto resident, who allegedly troopers and by tear gas tarrages. Reeves, top boxer, has been, because they were forced to
that the whole "black and white changes. launched, along with an ac.- There was no trouble training for more than two enter the back door of me

confrontation" faced him. Teachers whose presence la complice, >upon a career of April> 4, however Months at the Center and win tr Capitol and in limited numbers.
Johnson continued: "He found I classrooms in Negro neighborhoods banditry with two holdups on The Selma-to-Montgomery be in top shape for the Nationals "We're going to have freedomor

it impossitle to reconcile himself is doomed bad, will be Beaver last year,was sentenced 'trek Is considered by many of III Baa Diego April 17 to 19. we're going to have bell,"
to the fact that he could cot entering 1t p r"n t eel from to three and one-half years the leaders to be a turning Two hundred dollars will be she shouted -

reach employment commensurate their attitudes are in prison Monday point in the movement and also' needed before Reeves can A member of the Military
to his abilities" Be' lefta considered anti-Black, said the' ,This term was meted oat by that it brought about th passing. leave. This will include flying, Junta of Military Organizations
position with the Ohio State' prominent NAACP leader.; Criminal Coart Judge Warren of a better Voting Ruble Act. food and accommodations.. also felt the crowd had been
Employment Service to return Official indifference win lead Nelson to Gloria Jean Gibson Mon 19 years of age won The body of the baby boy shown abort, apparently a child of mistreated and warned of later
to Lincoln University ID Peon to boycotts and pressure be alias Gloria Bolley, 744 North ,MIS KIlLlNEAH I to first state amateur title in mixed: parentage: was found Wednesday on the banks of theRibault retaliation.
'.,.1van1a for farther schooling: said. Lincoln Coart, following her Din should be la the Florida nap la 1967 and won Us : River under the bridge, at Moocrlef Road The Rjkrt- "Today the welfare mothers

it Is said that the young man With Black militancy, pleading' ,a lit,< to attempted. .Star Office by TuesdaysIp..: 'second state championship In meat of Police, at press time, could offer no solution as to' are with me and I'm going to

had! been acting irrationally' continued Mr. Davis .Ia his : robbery. If you should mail your news, :1M in Jacksonville, weighing taros, parentage, or time. The body ran not In a state of decays do their thing" he said. "But
''slept with a rifle, and felt thaiwhite statement to the press, whites Miss COral net profit la. .it should be mailed Monday M ISS pounds' Be won the State Evidence pointed to the hasty casting off by a distraught mother. tonight they're not going to be

.people were gout to Hi will become more concerned, cull was 99 00 and a clprette that It will reach oar office by': 3Ue*. Gloves title' la Miami The body of' the tot was taken to the morgue for possible later there and I'm going to do my

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE r r WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.


YOUTH ON THE ONE HAND Mark that everyone talks about the weatherbut

AND UOIN TAKING THE / DO OM teTanything about it. I feel the same way about the

P r air r RNATJOISAI7 POSITIVE STEPS TO PROMOTE a i urban crisis. rKMtlSalprlorltles urban bat tensions then have to be
NEGRO.. : WHICH -, at tile top of they put other
PROGRAMS Issues ahead of It.
WILL HELP REMEDY WHAT / For years .'- been calling for a Domestic Marshall Plan for
SITUATION the cities, to do for our own urban areas what we did for war.
ISA HASTY Instead we now have a Domestic Missile
ERIC 0. $/SIMPSON..MANAGINfi EDITOR devastated Europe. ,
ON THE OTHER: HajTas, the eo-ahead has been recommended by the new
to an expensive network of anti-ballistic missiles
in the event of all-out
that scientists doubt will be of any use war.

The first year of a Domestic
MAILING ADDRESS / Marshall Plan would cost about

$10 billion "We don't have that
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD kind of money," say the decision
makers. But the missile project ?

P.O. BOX 59) JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 will cost at least $6 billion
(probably mi'ch more by the
time it's built) but that money
PHONE 354-6782 was found.
SOCIETY PREPARES Several million people are out

MIAMI OFFICE 5011 N.I. nth AYE. THECR/HtTHfI'R/M/KAL of work or are working part- ;
time because they can't get $
PHONE 751-3878 r i COHHITST..lfl full-time Jobs. Millions more
are working full-time for below- ,

SiBs[ .RIP'JOIHtA TE poverty wages. The answer to .
this problem lies In Income maintenance programs and massive
One Year, $12.00 Hall Year, $7.00 Mailed To You Job creation. Instead, we are told that the economy Is "over

r'A In '"e Un'ted States heated' and showing signs of too much prosperity and is in need

."cooling down'_.
: Subscription Payable *'i AdvanceS l "Cooling-down' means driving the unemployment rate higher

::1. .' nd Check Or.Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX. 59; and cutting back on domestic spending. This will mean more
it. barshlp for those who can least afford It. "Too bad," say the

JACKSOJf/ILLE_ FLORIDA 32201 experts, "but inflation is a greater danger.
a Is it? To whom? B's fine for well-paid economists to worry
about the Inflation rate, but the working man and the po .r are

TIME TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST CRIMEI I more concerned about the unemployment rate. If they're drawing
I THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS paychecks, they can cope with rising prices, but without a decent
income, even low-priced Items are beyond reach Let's not forget
..................................................................M I that when we had really low prices, we also had a Depressionand
BY NEGRO PRESS KTERNATIOAL 1 I a fourth of all workers were unemployed.

Look at movie advertisements, and what do you see? Lurid Cutbacks in hiring and layoffs affect newly hired workers first.
come-on advertising sex, violence, and perversion. And those lj YOUR I In the past year or so we've seen a good deal of concern among
advertisements Is an additional Inducement, a new rating system WEEKLY businessmen, and many have made a special effort to recruit
that tells you which movies have the most"forbidden' material: what are unfortunately called "the bird-core unemploYed
An "M" rating means the move Is for "mature" people and These are people who were frozen out of the system because of
has a moderate amount of sex, violence, and perversion I discrimination or lack of skills. After great effort at hiring and
"R" means the film Is restricted to older adolescents (accompanied training them, are they now to be thrown back into the streets
by adults) and has even more sex, violence, and 'j HOROSCOPE GUIDE because of short-sighted economic policies?
perversion.But I IBy It Is immoral for well-paid economists, officials, and bankers
an "X" movie Is as far as you can go: It has all the to recommend letting the poor pay for the price stability that
off-lImJtsltuff that the law will allow. benefits the well-off.

Now, of course, the rating system's avowed aim ot to help PABLO The ASTROLOGER With economic belt-tightening comes high Interest rates, currently
protect children from movies that might be too "mature" for 'S near their historic highs. This means that there is less
them. But the system really works to identify lurid films for money available for mortgages and housing constructin.
movie-goers and to make these filsm more attractive than ever s ', Federal studies show that we need to build at least 600,000

to young people. : 1 housing units a year low-Income families and nearly 2 milliona
The rating system also reveals the extent to which movies now WHICH' ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS. year for the growing middle-class. Current construction rates
exploit the themes of violence and sex. In some big cities, a '. don't begin to approach those figures. With high Interest rates
majority of the first-run films have "14","R," or "X" ratings. drying up the money sources for housing investment, current
Thus, It Is seen that movie entertainment Is moving toward a : FOR policy dooms us to continued housing shortages. This especially
luridness that some people Justify by Invoking something called hurts the poor and the slum dwellers who have less of a chance
"realism. for a decent home.

i Motion pfcutres' inclusion of profanity, obscenity, nudity, and i = =TRAVEL. ; A America !is rapidly approaching the point where It is a trillion-
ioVlate sexuaUty IssaldtobeadeplcUonof life "as It really Is." f.. :. BUSIN SS LOVE .? 'dollar ,economy Can it really claim inability to provide jobs,
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more presents a realistic picture of life "as it really Is" than any other Industrial country in the world.
than a photograph eta gang fight would show the Negro community"as ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN All the cries of lack of revenues and economic problems haven't
it really Is." prevented us from carrying on a $30 blllion-a-year Asian war,
For reality whatever it may be 4s neither all good nor all DORM MARCH DORK JUNE HORN SEPT. BOil DEC. a multi-billion dollar space program, and a $'10 billion-plus
bad. -' defense

But that's not what we're told. Our Westen civilization has 2111 APRIL :18th. llii JULY 22if 23rd OCT. 23rd 22ii JAN. I8tk It's time program.to put our money where our verbal concerns are and
endowud us with a blpo'ar notion dating back to the Greek launch a top-priority program to put the cities back on their feet.DlrkseiTs .
philosopher Plato-that there is an ultimate reality, which Is Follow the rhythm Find out why. Being honest with
a ApplycOlltro1s.Rapngw
er ,
unseen and an illusive reality which The : Keep arguing. B seems as if ourselves
we perceive.
ultimate passing Judgment
period to follow patterns, not when allowed to flow unchecked
partners and married
reality Is regarded as meritorious; and the Illusive reality, to set them. people with absolute impartiality would
When obstaclesbar the
abominable. figure among more dangerous will have more than usual to
often reveal the
the way, turn back or find natural of reasons why
powers say to each other, whatever it
We on this notion today in two curious that certain have
carry ways are things come to
another route that will cir- destruction. But when they are i is, make certain that it Is not
seemingly opposite but really The action Itself Bill
one: cumvent them.When experience contained, controlled and in pass. may have For Marigold
Some people consider spiritual truth to be the only reality. dictates certain a vein of recrimination taken place quite a long time
a course of properly channeled, they become -
For that reason, they regard Illness and sin as unreal, rather Accept past misunderstandings ago, but this does not prevent
action, especially a conservative the main sources of You not know it
and mistakes as steppingstones may Just yet, but Senator Dirksen (R-ffl.) has
than unfortunate. The only reality they see Is something very, us from having to pay the consequences -
or conventional one follow from which great introduced bill '
good. energy to closer cooperation in the In in- a proposing that the marigold be named the
very rather than try to establish empires are built. Much the future. While now, many national flower.
Then, there are others to whom the only reality is something And affection remainsas stances. The value of all tI1s'lies
precedent. when it same maybe said of human The
very, very bad. They have but turned Plato's notion upside down appears a pillar ofltrengthsplrltualdnelopment In the fact that we are thus deep-bass talklngSenator says thaf"the American marigold
dangerous to run counter to ambition. People who know how reprents the character of the
on both sides United States
by saying that the only real things in life offered the more appropriately
are hopeless of
ugly, opportunity
lurid and vicious. public opinion It could be most to use power and authority affect should run about equal to maintain better as an emblem than does any other flower*.
becoming men or women
unwise to make the attempt. This thedestinlesofnatlonsandenterprises a solid union. This statement, of courae Is subject .
To them, everything morbid, debased, decrepit, sick, and is not a question of being along constructiveand one that we should accept glee- some Sly'the to argument and disagreement
wretched has perversely divine qualities. Andonlythe"mature"are tive but one of nega fully instead of with distaste.IIIAIIiS in his The Wlnter'l marigold b IllY' Shakespeare saide
self-preserva progressive lines. Those Tale"
tile :
marigold to bed with
said to have
a of these "realities. 108'
proper appreclaton tion until it is felt that the who abuse It often head for dis- the sun." It smells bad, and we can vouch for this
Moviemakers of course, are more Interested in making money moment to SCORPIO The flower ,
seize the initiativeonce aster along with others who grew wild In Mexico
than In upholding philosophical standards. The simplest and tt French took It to
again has follow their Europe and Cultivated
come. blindly lead. It. It
explanation for their turning to themes of violence and sells BORN OCT. it Is strewn in tile Is a favorite flower m india where
path of
that they are capitalizing on what moviegoers want. BORN JAN. Whoever bucks Senator palslngnotables t and used In garlands.
But they are also making reference to the cultural "reality"of 24th.'NOY.221d of Dirksen won't be able to talk him out
ugliness and evil-just as cultural entrepreneurs of a previousera TAIRDS LEO ... 20th FEB. 18h! u SLOT al Ue to ennoble tot ""'P- In a vein of humor, If

made reference to the other cultural "reality" of beauty It's never done No sooner Is may forget the *ttttX3&'t'marigold he
and goodness. TORN APRIL BORN, JULY one thing finished another Don't let up. The recommendation t decisions overturn'tbe
And movie makers are not along in their current emphasis on seems to apply to problems to Aquarians against seeking SSSSaS 'upholding rights let down in the

the ugly and base. The serious music, art, and literature of the 28th MAY 20thIt's 23fl AUG. 22i. u well as to chores that alternate isolation was meant not only marigold Is
day all carry the same theme: that degradation Is the only thing In clamoring for at- for the last quarter, but for fowl"::, opportunity to exercise Dirksen's vocal
worth talking about, for It Is the only "reality". one way. It's futile to rue tention. It may take some of the the whole spring and early
But Is it? I submit that we live In a world of both goodness past errors or weep over missed Swim with it. No one can stepup sting out of It when it is summer This will provide
and evil- nd that the depiction of one without the other Is un- opportunities. Saying "If I the Incoming tide any more realized that the hignerups who enough time for the backwardor
realistic. Equally unrealistic Is to misrepresent the evil In this had only" should make way than one can stem its outward are beadlnllarreorpnla- contrary IDfluncu to
world as something characteristically bizarre and even glamorous for the declaration "Next time flow The same principle tlons, as well as nations, are dissipate and release their Strieits Mist Reject Agitators
for evil Is not typically demonstrative.Evil I shall..." This is exactly what applies the affairs humans, running against the same conditions holds on those who are most
may be an otherwise respectable person's carefully concealed is meant by taking one's lessons nations and the whole universe. more or less. Events vulnerable. It also Is extremely Throughout nation, as If
unwillingness to let someone of another color move into to heart, or turning failures Consequently, it's not a matterof and technical advances In the Important not to allow .'tr been dozens dynamite fuse sizzled along,
"his" neighborhood. or It may be an apparently decent person's into lU ceis s. When one Is. setting the pace, as so many: world are moving ahead so affection between couples to campuses,SbxIent vlaegtakon cI colleee and unfverslty
quiet refusal to help someone In the hour of need. very young, the term, claim, but of following the one rapidly that it practically takesa grow cold to the point that eitheror in presidents and deans U enu over admlnlstratlllll by locking
And the evils of our society are not always dramatic. The ,"security" has little or no established by nature. Once computertokeepupwiththem. both may become utterly enrollees they meet the demands of college

mentally Ill In movies are often presented as attractively meaning B begins'Jo figure in everybody learns this governing Some of you who may have indifferent to what..transpiresto Interruation of the 'normal
fiendish and grotesque, when their bizarreness but a symptomof our calculatlolll..approach principle, there will be a lessening talented mates or other loved either. Instigated by small per process Ii education has been
commonplace underlying problems,which depraved"realism" middle age. It is a source of of tensions, unrest, and ones may be kept busy. seems that ea host of cent of students and scholars, for It
so oftellignorel. genuine concern quite shortly many of the ills that beset 'us learning want to get an edano.nrOUedln: instltutlOlll of higher
And the "reality" of the slums Is truthfully exemplified, not by thereafter. from all sides. PIsCEs A lot or good would be done
the excitement of combativeness and ranting, but by the day-to- let it be known that they If tile majority of students would
day vexations, worries, and occasional Joys that slum residents I JA6ITTAIIDJ IDRN., FED.18th u wen 15 a certain don't type want of outside I10IIItudent agitators,
experience. lOll NOV.. agitators have'sought to leadership and agItat1oo. The
Reality, we need to learn Is a many-sided thing. No faction, CENINIDORN / VIRGO MAR. 21th. .0W1I .. influence their associates for their
no attitude, no creed has a monopoly on it. Accordingly, the only Students muses'that
way to be "realisltc" admit our ignorance, while continuingour MAY TORN AI6. 23 DEC. 21stDoo't Life Is fleeting. When we are 'tile established ::.am.that"their cg demands -wtfiy
attempts to catch what glimmer of the truth we can. yonc we think we have all the Too often students demand III
April 1, 1854: Augustus Tolton, of Quincy, HI., became the .21st JINE .21st 23rd SEPT. 22idj brood. Sfcwld a dear time. me world to start looking and this ts not immed>ate IOlutICIII of their petitions -

,first Negro to be ordained a priest in VS. Tighten up. Being too free one appear to be coo), dWaat at lite seriously. As the yearsfa AD institution striving for possible educajj to tile democratic procell.saeDl .
with words can be as bad as or sulking doat aces* M aa by many still terse the expects In thee j excellence it would
allowing cash to slip through Make it stronger. A good a sip that this to to as* IBs*** thai mere la no haste reason rather than force and tcoatrontatiaocaoferencewordsand,
EASTER IN RETROSPECTIt the fingers. One can lose general never believes that defenses of the world. ImrwM to apt to atartlac to adopt more conservative Students must show' conrltlJ eve lam"
friends either way with equal are so strong that they to become Booty kr? eta vtows regarding in recur and respect. they expect the
Past have don't need a little more r,- per 1t..1 Oaajpafei +Wfrastrattoa. ar Msn' Sflteaflals and welfare. Ko Institution can
ease. experience afford
is often profitable to let the occasion of Easter pass by fora taught these valuable may lessons :rlnforclng here and there, I f A Osaa*. 0.-d 1fte, all of a .... It Is dlsccvared -haven for the indolent a to permit itself to become a rest-
week to evaluate Its significance In retrospect. It is not the to some of you. But many who capable *** continues to add way to CCIII.. ateat. lit **t ttat It la too late to do disciplined\ a remedfil correctlCDal Institution for tile use
most Important thing that Jesus Christ rose from the dead on to cash aDd other valuable institution for the In
tin are often do not to apply prissare ar e cM aaytalsf shout oar previous amen1Uu and most untrained IOCIUCtuary'for
the third day. But it Is Important to remember the truth of his young holdings mpllsIJcally, It should become s
believe until they have been u long u conditions fault, bat to leave OHM alias oversights. The yoisger the lawless. not
words as the great Teacher. burnt. While new friends can permit him to do so. Wise for them to tat tap nut ......should be taught early Students must remember '
Other prophets bad given the world these Ideas: There Is one. constantly be acquired there Virgoans take the same attitide -: for themselves. Finals at fcow to cultivate healthful habits educated IDd, therefore that they are oa a campus to beto
God; God Is Just; and God Is one of love and mercy. are certain old ones who, as regards their teenagers know....a4srptoms Oat ldetowtll.belNand maintain a poIJceforce' they should DOt expect tilt IDIUtItI.OD \ .-
What was there for Jesus to add? Simply this: God oar irreplaceable. B maybe I(I economy and security pros'pects. -' and have discovered soon Jlluefal.tablllty. miserly many
rather and we are his children. Since we are Us children, is a of generally to lose :t This does not mesa t!that enough that they woat amoant years are the impressionable down buildings. Others unruly stwI8IIts have threatened to burl
scarce sorrow have
then all men are brothers. It was the gospel of personal, then especially' when it Is one should stint on necessities, to much when they an Ignored ones, and It mast bj remembered door. of IbIS lied tames to boot through the
dignity and human worth. In the sight of God, the least and the through, lack of tact or under- ., poor and'"the. man farthest! down" are Just u precious u the .standing oa our parts. pleasures that make. life worth sometimes cannot be utilized hold u rapidly, if not more so, As a Co.eql8DC have broken the' Iaw of city and
king. 'living.. In (heir raw state. as good mass A peat deal of help k; 2LW tlp6ct K> be put to Jail.the .
This I II the eternal of Easter .
message student majority. -. this kind of thing can torte

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Jabberwock r Jabberwock Senior CourtThe 1 WEDDING BELLSCharlie ,- II

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Deadline Hears I Anderson, 5611 Silver- Charles R. Flora 1880 Mayport
I dale Ave, 24 and Cynthia G. Rd., Atlantic Beach, Fla., 24
Holmes 5611 Silverdale Ave., and Geraldine M. Small, 2811 I
Sigma Theta's thirteenth
14. Moncrlef Rd, 22.
biennial Jab be n oc k will be

April 19 at the Civic Auditoriumand Mitchell Haywood 7921 Pippin Tommy L. Harris 2181 Placeda I!

according to those St., 24 and Brenda L. Thorens St, 18 and Ernestine Lewis, I
in charge will be one of the 4229 MoncrlefRd., 21. 2068 W. 2nd St., 18.
most outstanding in the long I

history of such affairs. James W. Bonner 1909 Beaver Russell Brown 1842 W. 26th
The ,Deltas have spared no pains to make this a success. 1490 W. 7th St, 22. 1646 Illinois St., 27.
Five charming young ladies\

.will serve In the senior court. c Beauregard Gallon, 7904 New John A. Martin 1175 W. 26th
Misses In the Junior Court Kings Rd., 53 and CatherineV. St, 42 and Artie M. Collins
will be: Margaret\ Ann lulls, Johnson 3722 Moncrlef Rd, 1175 W. 26th St., 32.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R.. j W., 25.Ronnie.
F. Mills; Anastasia Washington Nathaniel Jones 2089 Baldwin

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. thirteenth biennial Jabberwock of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc, the Miss Stephanie Henderson daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Henderson; Miss L. Dasher, Mlddleburg St., 24 and Annie D. Cockran
George Washington Jotinclle Jacksonville chapter is set for April 19 at the Civic Auditorium. The report Deborah Deese, daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Deese; Miss Renee Fla., 21 and Louise Dasher, 285 Watts St 21.
Coleman daughter of Mr. and deadline Is April 17 for 12 young ladles competing In the Miss Jabberwock and Lilly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughn; Miss Benlta Powell, daughter Green Cove Spgs.;: Fla, 21.
Mrs John J. Coleman; Chery Little Miss Jabberwock contests. This fine affair Is sponsored for the raising of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Powell, and Miss Lynnette Paula, daughter of Mr. Godfrey L. Jenkins 409 W.
L. Denise Wyattdaughter of Mr. of funds for scholarships and for public service projects in the community.The and Mrs. James Psalm.I John T. Mallory 1663 University 19th St., 24 and Karen P. Buggs,'
Mrs. John J. Coleman; Cheryl charming young ladles above are members of the senior court. They are; St., 27 and Joann Kelly 1222 Grothe St, 25.
Denise Wyatt. daughter rf Ur, 2179 W. 12th St 25.
I Veterans Auxilliary ,
and Mrs Emest-Wy Donna I Goodwill
; I I Prayer
Webster daughter of R e v. and Saluting Unsung HeroIn I John H. Doles m, 3331 Mar-
Mrs. R.V. Webster; Chery L Meets On April 12 lend St., 27 and Daisy M.Curtis, i
Brown, daughter of Mr. and The Ladles Auxiliary of 3131, Baldwin Fla., 24. Band Announces
Mrs Jake Brown and Robin '
Veterans of World War I, Inc.,
Fisher daughter of Mr, and J i USA, will hold the regular meetIng John Scott 3925 Grant Rd, 21 Trinity Tea
Mrs. Willie J. Fluker.. ) and Y.
Carolyn 2327
12 at 2p.m.
"rhL -i 'i'JJ Saturday, April ,
Missionary Burt, advisor -
Southern Ave. 24.
at the Veterans Home
National Urban of the Goodwill Prayer
1509 Kings Road. Lynn L. Davis 1735 E. 26th
along with Rev. Louise
League ConferenceIn All officers and members art St., 22 and Johnnie P. Glenn Roberts, advisor of the Rose
expected to be on time. Finals 1459 E. 24th St., 21. of Sharon Prayer Band and

Washington plans will be made for the Royal CourtNo. Rev. Edna Mae Spencer,' will
anniversary on Saturday April
sponsor a Trinity.Spiritual! Tea
The National Urban League \ 3"M 19. All ladles of the chorus 174 Plans Sunday April 13, at the Acorn
Conference will be held from, ( are asked to meet at 1 p.m Street Community Center,from

July 27 to 31 in Washington.The Don't forget the sick membersand Special 4 to 6 p.m. Appearing will be
theme will be "Ghetto Buddies. This is the final BenefitsRoyal the Voice JerusalemSlngers,

Power in Action"Headquarters month for dues. Books close Court No. 174 will the Traveling Stars and other
will be set up in April 30. for the Department a local talent.
sponsor special benefit Sat
the Sheraton-Park Hotel. urday night April 12, at 9 p.m Brewster
; at the home of the president Hospital
Bell Waters Choir
Ideal Ladies Club j 1350 McConlhe Street. Clubs
.. .' and friends are welcome. A Group SponsorsAlumnae
.ASLrGrftrrrl(7lPrnt.7lelrtF( ( Gives After ServiceThe short program will be given.

To Meet April 14 Refreshments will be served: DinnerThe
Belle Waters Club of
I'The Ideal Ladies Club will be Second Missionary Baptist Unique Nine Annual Florence Nightin-
with Mrs. Sarah Williams,15 IS'West Dinner)
Church will give an after- gale sponsored by the
32nd Street Alrll 14, at' service musical at the church Social Club Brewster Hospital Alumnae

8 p.m. Mrs. Gladys Benjamin is Sunday April 20, at 7.30 p.m. Association will be held Saturday -
president. Mrs. Bessie IU11 iss.. rTv ". Rev. J.C. Sams Is pastor. The Heels April 12 May 10, at 7.30 p.m. at
business manager and Mrs. '\ :.: affair Is free.Champion. The Sheraton-Jacksonville
Pauline Singleton reporter. The Unique Nine Social Club .Hotel.

Charity will meet on April 12 at 8 Miss Marian E. McKenna
Stars To Meet p.m. In the home of Mrs. Ola director of gradate' programs
Club List MusicalFor Wells 317 West 17th Street. University of Florida Gainesville -
The Bible verse will begin with will be the speaker
In >, ;.a.t. > '/ May 28 the letter "E' Mrs. J. Odumis The Alumnae group is

fifty-eighth annual official i q l J'Qb .II president. Mrs. 0. Wells interested in being of help to
ff" The Champion Soc"taland their
call of the Royal Grand Chapter, is reporter. fellowmen
OES of the State of Florida has Charity Club will present the -

been, Issued and information annual musical atSt.Paul AME ,
given that the convention will r Church May 28, at 7:30: p.m. 1
be held In Lakeland Fla,from Mrs. Mary Neal will sing. The EXCELSIORClumpjint
Tuesday, April 15, to and including i public is invited. Mrs. Martha'
April 17. Williams Is president. liunje I Restauunt551S '

;'ty The'convenUoII three groups will, Lake be hosted View rf +w. 7
.Chapter 1 Mayflower Chapter u ? ,
'and the Mathls Chapter'170. 1 ij" 1 Presents I

Respective worthy Matronsare i 1lfi( FABULOUS
Mrs. Mary Speed, Mrs. Personalities from the worlds of commerce; politics and show ileft to fight, "21' Brands sales executive John Enoch Miss
Sophia May and Mrs. Bessie business turned out recently to salute Ballantlne's Scotch Toots Metro Media community relations director Dave Hepburn, ,
R.Smlth.The "Unsung Hero" Award winner ,Gloria' Toote: Celebrities Included 21" Brands advertising manager Dan Cheifeb Joan Murray
organization works under actress Diana Sands; CBS television's Joan Murray; and Vincent Tlbbs deputy mayor of Englewood N.J. She TYRONE DAVIS I
the protection of the Most Wor- singers Betty Johnson, Errol Desmond Stella Marrs, Reva received the community service award for turning Englewood's J !
shipful Prince Hall Grand Denny and Peter Harvel, disc Jockey Eddie OJay; composer. old city hall into one of the best-equipped recording studios Hides That GRAY
Lodge AM and FM of Florida Benny Benjamin; the Wes BeU Cant Trio and the Isley Brothers i'I In the East with the help of high school droputs. Ballantlne's The Lasting Way ,

and chartered by the Supreme 'As a memento of the evening Miss Toote was given a scroll Scotch co-sponsors the award with the Amsterdam News, the tit l Put If",I..,,,
Grand Chapter OES of North signed by all her friends. On hand for the presentation-were, I 1 nation's largest Negro weekly. dull or flow., faded* hair.beeome. HIS OUT-F SIGHT SOULFUL, BAND AND "ACT"
and the
America Canada lookingwith .
the Sea. Karen Genera Moore Aid NazeI; 'DON'T BE A DROP-OUT end hlhlights.younger I.troua, STRAND ndinl' SEE
I Concert Hair Colon won I tub offor :
51 Paul AME Louise To froth STAY IN SCHOOL. \\ w.ih ,out too.Try Safe STKAN with pernunenti R-,
Plans Moore Pledge : ONLY 9BtCOMPLETE FRI, APRIL 11 & SAT., APRIL 12

Church A double-ring ceremony will take place at 6p.m. April 18 In the BaA NOTHING- 9 P.M. UNTIL
Centenary ProgramSt. Simpson United Methodist Church tyione: For Appointment ,.ELSE TO BUY_ ;

Paul AME Church Myrtle. the This announcement unique event follows of Mrs upon' School Roosevelt for Campus Boys on In the New Eleanor York 'DR., REX SMITH STRAND HAIR a COLORING d Eijoy Dancing Ti

Avenue and 13th Street will James Moore that one daughter,. Choice of S natural ihidan
Town Heights New York. let Slack Buck-Dtrk Brown
be the scene of the anniversaryof Karen "Cii I Mill""Sinetkiif
Geneva will become the Medium Brown-Liht Brown nUll My
Its one-hundredth year'of William Karen's Dance was graduated Ask for it it your druggist.I.S.ICLII''H13 .
bride of Brown son of schoolof 900 W. S1ATE EL4.-1187[
from the senior high
existence Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Durham North Carolina and Is lissln( lid Others
The church was organized in
Sr., of Durham, North Carolina is a student at New York ( Ab.GE'C A TANK OF GAS FREE1BBBI
the home of its first mis- and the other, Hacel Louise :
sionary leader Mrs. Violet will become the University. ADMISSION
bride of S3.60
Hazel and her fiance were' : 3U,1t'GGer i ig
.Williams, at Stuart and Adams Maurice Hudson of Jackson- from Matthew W.
graduated .
,Street. The congregation moved ville. He Is the son of Mr. and .
to the present location 1955. Mrs. Henry Hudson. Gilbert High School George Frledlln DOUBLE CHECKED ADV. TICKETS ON SALE AT: Excelsior Lounge
Observance activities will include S Karen Geneva was graduated She isnowastudentsttheFlorida 5516 Soutel Drive Abe Llvert Records Shop 115
In Tal '
the John Watson Night from the Matthew W, Gilbert University glBUlDufdenHJDlck lSEDCARSI West Adams Street, Bob's Record Shop 728
In honor of the senior officers lahassee.He McGiffinK West Ashley Street and Michael's
T. OWENS High School and is a former wlththehlerchantlarlneCorps. ; ;
and elder members. A banquet student of Bethune-Cookman is Sales Representatives- '
will be held April 25 at the Mrs. Thomasena B. Owens College. She is now a member'of 8 ....rte
Mayflower Hotel! A day d fun will be presented by the Connoisseurs the staff at the Wiltwich * *** : I I Specializing In Flanacing For Young Couples f i
will be featured for the youthon of Cosmetology In
April 26. recital on their tenth anniver- Your professional beautician I CORNER PA"K."O".L.LCJ'" .TILIPMONI. fee.SB7IICLIP :

sary Sunday April 13, at 7:30p knows ..... THIS AD...GET A TANK OF GAS FREEIBBBBI
Rer. Emory Searcy .m. in the auditorium of the the answer Now: pure relief for
Ebenezer MetbodistChurch,

Checks Miami West Ashley and Clay Streets Can hair be damagedfrom Returns To Tie Bold New City dry problem skin
Mrs. Owens will be accompanied your '
Pie .confab Program Returning Special
by Robert Scott and VASaiNE PETROLEUM JElLY gives your
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. The Hubert Ingram. Members of the brushing alone? Iiliiiif Pirimit: kin the richer moisture It needs for
presenting group are: Mmes. protection from chapping, from dry
Rev. Emory R.: Searcy president
No More Rain
J.M. Brown, Bessie Carter Reg shy-gray ikin. To keep your skin
of the Progressive Lola Courtney. Della Covington I All hair becomes damaged.from exposure to sun and natural Humidity or '. tyounger look '

National Baptist Miami Beach Convention last, Thomasenla W. DorreU, elements. Certain greasy compounds and many.chemicals, Improperly Swimming J18.90 r 1y;', ,wlIIIY ing", insist on gen- "'_'''I l >
Inc., was In Inayona Green Lnccelle used also take their toll..not to mention simple attempts Problems aloe 'Vssellne'
week for a two-day Inspection : '" ..'
facilities. Holmes Sallie Harris Pecola at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of Petroleum Jelly 't'

tour of convention ministers and I,Hopkins Corene Jones Dorothy natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and You pay a little .
Some 4,000 >Mack, Evelyn Martin, Essie M.' ,dull looking hair $15 more than for .
are'elpected for &beusoclatioo' .
;delegates Pryor Essie Scott, Alice Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles other brands of
annual .
meeting ..
: actually brush deal of the "lubricants" of the hair petroleum jelly.
Slater Salmons Summers Wil- away a great ., .
Si-September '
xyS3a li
here The August, head of the 600,000 mer Dorrell 1, Wilmer Irvin, that give it body lustre and protection. And trained beauticians worth but your itfr skin q ;r.
organization Christine Brown Edna Calhoun, claim that nothing beats Clalrol condition' Beauty Pack Treat
nember religious
said he was "very much impressecl' Any Lee James MarianSmlth ment for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. .Specializing In r
after visiting several and Carrie Stevenson Mrs. L.H. 'leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition Is an easy-to-
and Holmes Is president. Mrs. work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical
'of the convention hotely WIGIETSWIGSFALLSJacksonville's
the Miami Beach Auditorium Summers program chairman. straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been .r'I
previously relaxed. condition Is the ultimate In deep-
the site of the repairing .
will be
which ,
.association's general meeting Southern ChristianUnit down damage. And when time Is a factor for their customers, award winner, u'*,. 'r j_. I. C3Ileol :
consultant and stylist
"Miami Beach Is truly the hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew*-the lotion conditioner -

ideal convention city" Searcy To Be that penetrates so fast many think of It as art Instant Sjcl edule'. .

said following t short sightseeing conditioner. When applied regularly bYYour beautician, Clairol Tues.....Men's Day a Thurs...... a.m-t p.m.
trip, "I am looking for- Organized Sunday ''Hair Dew adds body softens and gives a glowing new look to. FrL........ a.m.--8 p.m.
\ward to our September your hair that many friends will notice and admire. Wed...., 9 a.m- p',m Sal........ t,,.m.- p.m.
gathering as the greatest tver."' The Southern Christian Leadership Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. Appointments accepted after 6 p.m .
will hold Its organisational But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other
.-.aD- meeting at the Betfiehem causes that all human hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized
-- Baptist Church, 1615 Madison periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask /.11 7'ttltll1 Cowe"ih. .

r' Street, Sunday April 11, at this expert to check the condition of your hair. Ultlnoit ,In evenly Care" !
FIGHTS"DISCRIMINATION <4.30< p.m. Rev. W.L. Williamswill Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure .'
N T' be host pastor The publicIs I 4HJ Luis &11. 'b. 7Ii.II'11
! .Ctakol me.tee Courtesy of CUM,Inc. TM .
invited r z w'-w 11I

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I Black United Church of Christ Ministers Will Nominate Dr. Gray for Presidency I Ir

Festivities For FAMU Proxy Dr. Gray Is Considered '

r-- Outstanding And .EffectiveThe .1

1969 General Synod of the United Church of Christ will

hew from the floor for the first time the nomination of a Black

candidate. Arthur Gray, u Its president. _
4 The nomination, It believed, president of Talledega College,
from one of the three- Dr. Arthur Gray, has spent
will come
than 35 in the
hundred Black ministers for more years church
Justice, representing in various capacitIes. Re
Social and Racial
the Black ministersIn presently pastor of the Park

Manor UCC, Chicago, m.
the UCC structure.In It significant to note, added
held recently by
a meeting
another minister for Racial
It wu felt that the
this body
Social Justice that this church
'church is In grave
t million
with over member
direction for its own good.
new Black man In a
has only one by
I "It U the feeling of this group, He is Rev. Joseph
position H.
stated'OIIe member, that the
Evans who was elected Secretary

I experlenCllnhlrltyabI1ll1and of the church at the_ last
record of Dr.
long standing
General Synod.
\ Gray, speaks for Itself, and,
lit is felt that the distingulshedservice
must be placed on
i emphasis of Dr. Gray can mold
J qualifications,
j 9 ... and capabilities of the .and re-shape the' thinking of
i the church to fit the times,
of his
candidate regardless
since the Church is involving
racial and ethnic background,"
in racial
itself many Issues

Dr. Benjamin L. Perry, Jr., Is shown In the picture : I Davu of the Department
of Florida AIM University during a reception held In Dr. Andrew Robinson, principal of William Raines School, Jacksonville; Dr. W.B. Stewart,. General Synod, the lawmaking Morning Star
I I Levy Hall, former Miss FAMU. Miss Margaret president. of Edward Waters College; Monsolee Davis, Walter White and M'. Davis body of this denomination, will
1 from the right.Mrs.Barbara Williams White former
FAMU Photos meet In Boston, Mass on June Free Will Baalist
picture a group of educators and officials pauses with
I, 25-JuIy 1,,1969. This meeting
Largo Frateraal Gathering rill mark.the first realistic In AnniversaryThe
Sarah McGinnis Society Has Annual Beia attempt to elect a Black man
to' lead a denomination of over Morning Star Freewill
Will Plan For 100th Coifab 7,000 churches and over 2 mil Baptist Church will begin Its
The Sarah McGinnis Mission depict the months of Church Meet
lion members This anniversary Sunday
Society of New Bethel AME Hostesses will be fifty-first ,
ary The Most Worshipful Union a report. will also mark the first time April 13, and will conclude theannIverl&rJ
give progress .
Church Third and will Olivia Harrell Is
the sixth
Temple on floor.
GruaMaster in the of of the 300 services
Grand Lodge, F&AM., PHA, The annual report of Sunday,
bave Its annual Calendar Tea Mrs. M.A. Jones Grand High Priest Fred Alexander dlDomluUonaichurches
April 20 from 4 to 6 p.m.. and,Rev. Elisha Jones, will preside jurisdiction of Florida, will Bradley will be beard or more April 20.
convene its ninety-ninth annualcommunication at the afternoon session of the a Negro is running The opening service at 3 p.m.
Tables will be decorated toSISTER
On Sunday, April 13,memorial Tuesday, April opening days. All Master for this office. The former Sunday will bring to the church
services will be held at Tabernacle 15, In the Masonic Temple. Masons are requested to be In Mi. labor Baptist .Rev.H.H. Wright and the con
Church Rev. W.
BESSIE Baptist All work this year will be full regalia.. gregation ofEvergreen Baptist
E. Young pastor.. centered around preparation for Church. Family and Friend

She will read your entlre"fife-past,present and Theater Monday of night will feature the:, the one-hundredth anniversaryto .GRAND._SECRETARY-......... Ushers Pin Night will be observed April
future. She asks no questions but will tell you Pageantry sponsored (( begin in April of 1970... --- -- 14 at 7 p.m District No. 1 and
That you want to know, giving dates and facts of :the by the direction Education of Board, under The deputies will boll their' Heeling For Sat. No. 2 will be in charge. April
justness, love, health and family affairs Will! $2.OJ'I, Mrs. NormaH. annual banquet and state meeting 15 District 3 and District will
telp you find lost art. Tells you whom yon will] Bland and Dr. Andrew A.! Monday AprU 14 at 8:00': Usher Board No.X of Ml.Tabor host Deland and Second Baptist,
marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what Robinson. This affair will be 'p.m. itf the Buster Ford's dining Baptist Church will meet with Rev. H. Samuel, pastor,Asbury
to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, ; given at the Civic Auditorium room 9Q..East Union Street Mrs. Nellie M. Smith, 2149 Methodist, Rev. W. Llmbrlc.
locate absent friend and relatives, and cause and will begin 8 p.m.Featured State President 1.. Bodle will North College Circle, Saturday pastor, and Greater Payne/ME
happiness, between man and wife. Helps makeup : will be skits by students of preside with H. Simmons, Host fa night, April 12, at t p.m. Mrs. Church,Rev. R.A. King,pastor.On .
I lovers' quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad William Raines High School..' Deputy,assisting Resale Warren Is secretary. April 16 Choir No. 1 and
I Work by the lodge will be resumed Mrs Smith is president. Rev. I and the Aid Board
No. Pulpit
luck are natural enemies, or If there is an evil :' Registration of all Crawl
Influence Does not tell to please you,but will tell the truth' Tuesday morning. Lodge delegates will begin in z H.T.Overstreet is pastor. will be hosts to several
Sunday, April 13 at 2.SO
visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. p.m. the Grand Lodge office Tuesday churches. Rev. E. Mobler and
!the Deputies Council will meet
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of C.A. TUIiI will preside.A morning at 1:00)" a:m. At St. Pant AWE congregation of St. Matthews
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, banquet will climax the 10:00: a.m. all appendanf '\ { AME will be present, u will
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and and will be held at the will meet In the main auditorium Ushers Announce Rev. F. Davis and congregation
sick and worried when be and I ot First Baptist College Parks\
you can helped everything Coast Line Building Wednesday, to exchange greetings and R.F. JOHNSONR.F. .
clear by consulting THE GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody the C.H. Memorial and Rev. RemusSmithandcon
present Henry Meet
night at 8 p.m. Attorney Virgil Johnson, above, 1*Grand Monthly
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I male no house calls. Hawkins will be toastmaster. Scholarship. Award. They Secretary of the Most gregation of Friendship Baptist:
mistake the address SISTER BESSIE Is located will Worshipful The Grace Baptist Church will,
James A. Hawkins, Grand present the annual Union Grand Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul
Lodge A.
Callahan U.s. tl 1/2 mile from of Callahan one > also be presented
on City Secretary, will give his annual donation to of the church AME Church will hold Its'monthl
M., PHA, which ,will hold Its
On 17 the Women's Home
Phone April
: related colleges of the state. meeting Sunday April
report and C.A.Tillis will make' ninety-ninth Annual Grand ,
WATCH FOR HERSIGN IN FROJfTOF HO Acrossthe. 1 Mission Board and the Usher
a report of the "GrandTreasurer's ._ MW. Rudolph Bradley,"+f Communication on April 15 In- ,13, at 4:30: p.m. in the basement
from SPORTSMAN MOTEL Board will be in charge.
of the church-,
etre'J All member
office. John Smith UUm! t1 *
;Open dally from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. : II host deputy. resd! ;".,... ,.. ,.. .. ,) : TrpI} ; v' 10 lav'e'urgedto' be;' ruut., Churches participating will bet
,THIS CLIPPING ENf'1'LESYOUTOAS5.O' READING Tuesday night the Memorial GRAND til'REASURERs 'Visitors are welcomeMcKenley 1 Good ,Shepherd"Baptist, Rev. '
Tem.Ple'--- Service will, be at 8;00 p.m.' ----..:..........- Chambers is president.Rev.- A. Garvin, pastor;' Truevine

.wit RIY. T.B Bruce, pistol :A.C. Chandler.is pastor. ,Holiness, Elder A.N. Frailer,
of Mt. Olive AME Church, I I pastor and Mt. Morlah, Rev

EARNING and LEARNING giving the address. Mrs. Alice Ephesus Church J.W. Jones, pastor.On .
Burrough will be soloist. Thisis ; April 18 the Deacons and
a public program, to which s I the Trustee Board will be in
all are invited. Scene <0f. Musical charge. Churches will be New
Boys & Girls Can Make Money' Wednesday morning at 9:00 II Galilee Baptist, Rev. J.W. Carter

the Grand Lodge will be opened Usher Board No. 1 of Ephesus pastor; New Redeem
'wltTGrind Master Bradley presiding I Seventh Day Adventist Church Baptist, Rev. E4. Norman,
assisted by other Grand will celebrate its anniversary pastor and FountalnChapel
Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are :oftjcersj- L- (approximately fifty years) AME, Rev. Jones, pastor
Reports will be heard from Sunday, April 13, at 2.30pm. Sunday School will open at
Robert R. Pettiford, Grand in the auditorium, 2760 9:30 a.m. AprU 20. Choir No.
EARNING From i. to 10.00 Weekly .' 5 Treasure Roscoe Johnson, Edgewwod Avenue. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will

", Graad ecretary; grand Mrs Anna McMUllan, leader serve in the morning service.
k trustees, nd other committees.: PETTJFORDR.R. Rev. Walter Marshall, pastor.
And LEARNING to do business. of the board, states that several
G.W. Fort chairman of will deliver the
the Usher' morning
Boards of the wUl
e Pettiford,above,is Grand
Centennial Observance, will In sermon. The evening worshipwill
assist the annIyersary'nie'publJc
If You smart ;Treasurer of the Most Worshipful
you Union Grand Lodge, F.tA. is invited to come and begin at 3 p m. Participants

and want lo earn your own M., PHA, Florida, which will celebrate with them. Sunday will School be, Youth the Church League,
money, t 15 at Regular Sabbath services of
__ T'I convene Tuesday, April ,
CAT5H the Ephesus SeventbDa,Adven Mt. Zion AME South Side, Rev.
this is t the way to do it.. Masonic T.mpl',400BrOld tlst will be held Sabbath mornIng R. Shanks, Spring Hill Baptist
Stet. '
beginning with Sabbath Church Rev. T.R. Lee, pastor
'True Bind Churchof School at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. US. and Big Bethel Freewill Baptist
PARENTS I Your child may not need 1 III& 2nd Mori gog.t Willis officiating. The topic for Church
loam taitrfcn
?' W.ok Credit Acc.Equity,.... God 'Moves the day is "The Unchanging Rev. Walter Marshall is pastor
money, but the training gained as a Cntelidatt Y.or Sills Purpose of God". of Morning Star. Leroy
ltduct'Faymtnti Morning worship begins at 11 Shepherd is co-chairman, Mrs.
HOMIIM''OVIMUtTLONI The True Bind Church of God o'clock. Elder R.B. Hairston Dorothy Mae Davis, chairman

newsboy will help him to be successfuliri l will be in its new home at 2609 and associate elders will officiate. 'and Mrs. Cora Lee Shuman,
West 25th Stteet,Sunday, April secretary
COLONIAL BUILDERSMuBMMjiitniit 13, at 3 pm. Rev. Alexander Midweek Prayer meeting is

later life. Many of t the most successfulmen and his followers will have Wednesday nights at 7.30 p.m. In Concert
405 Fitil Mini lll(. charge. AU are welcome. Rev; The Tooth MY Hour begins
Philip Simmons is pastor. at 5.45 p.m. Sabbath afternoon.
were Newsboys. Start A Route Geneva Tilden is reporter. Visitors are always welcome... II" :.;? N

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ADDRESS, STREET, l NUMBER PHONE NO. Banquet'JIATFLOWERBOTlL) musical recital Sunday atlp,m.
I at the Apostolic Church of God

April 26 Youth Fun Day I m Christ 2032 Benedict Road. i

Send my. child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on Mrs. Cohen will be supported.
credit to start him in b u s i s e s.. I will pay the; 'by b many the musicians FLORIDA STAR 15? for each he sells. Those1 moraine Mrvlc
church .... Jamesa
at 11
that are DOt sold I will Outstanding Elder
return and will not. be Speakers
young minister will, >
required to for unsold '
pay copies.' deliver a special ........

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Aj\\ Activities sick and msaved.Btsbop JIC.L,
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I Young People's Union Celebrates Fourth: Anniversary At Ephesian Baptist --i: : j

Gateway Barracks Evening Program To Include l

Outstanding City Music Units I
Sunday School begin at 9.30 a,m. with Mrs. Hessle Solomon The Young Peoples Union, a cipatlon are: Artistic Gospel
In chart The lesson will be relieved by Deacon L.C. Watts' large organisation of yono Singers, Camilla Golden
class. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Ret. Young will singing groups, will hold its Anthonys, Ever Ready Singers,
speak. All youth choirs and Usher Board Mo. 2 will serve. All fourth anniversary celebration Harris Singers Friendly Bible '
districts will meet In the church at 3.30 p.m. A fashion whow Sunday night April 13,at 8 p.mat Way Singers, Harris Singers,
will be featured on April 20. Women's Day will be Sunday, the Ephesian Baptist Church, Harmonious Vancellers,Jackson
May IB. Mrs. H.... Lawrence is general chairman. Baptism Third and Stafford, where the Singers, Latimore Singers,
follows th Rev. W. Bell is pastor. Octovettes and Theimar"ettes.
e Sunday School. District No. 4 wW hare a special
project Saturday from 12 noon. District No. IS will sponsor an This large group of enthusiastic The Tiny Boyd Singers IIDd the
event on Saturday, April 1J. The young people will rehearse singers will presenta Versatile Cherrlets appear
Wednesday at 5 p.m. ,The teachers' meeting is at 6:45. Prayer varied and Inspiring program. also. Mrs. Emily Timmons of
meeting will be at 7.30 p.m. Little Tens Williams, Mrs. 'WRHC will be mistress. of
Francis Harper, and Harriet ceremonies.Mrs. .
MT. SALEM BAPTIST McMillan will be guests solo Thelma'Edwards will be

Sunday School opens at UO a.m. with Superintendent Jack ists. dean of hostesses. .
Green presiding. The lesson topic will be reviewed by Rev. Groups scheduled for parti- Among special groups will be
Tony Neal. Deacon George Tucker and Freddie Neal will have the Art Goodman Chorus, The
charge of the l' Second Crews Singers the Tiny Boyd
morning devotions. Choir No. 2 and Usher Boar Baptist
No: 1 will serve throughout the day. The Rome Mlssbn! will Singers and the HarrlsSlogers.
meet at 4 p.m.. The evening devotion begins at 6 p.m. with Church Announces All singing groups are Invited.On .
Deacons Mellnus Calhoun and Acle Wilbert in charge. On Sunday afternoon,at 3 p.m.,
Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Prayer meeting and District Day the Union will be the guest of
Bible discussion are on Tuesday night. On Thursday night the Bible Way Holiness Church,
Choir No. I.rehearses. Rev Calhoun will give the evening k District Day will be observedat Palmetto and Ashley Streets
worship sermon Sunday. Rev. W.Q. Rogers Is pastor. Mrs. Second Missionary Baptist Rev. Curry, pastor. The croup
Catherine Sampson is reporter. The church is located at U81 i Church Sunday. Business meet- will sing favorite spirituals and
West 22nd Street.EMANUEL Ings will be held in various gospel songs. :
homes at 4 p.m The public is In.ited. 'Mrs.
BAPTIST The Sunday School will open Harris is president. Mrs. .
The teachers' meeting and the prayer meeting will be held at the services, with Rev. Sams Alberta Latimore Is pianist and
the usual hour with the pastor and officers In charge. On reviewing the lesson. supervisor Bernard McClain
Wednesday Choir No. 1 and Choir No 2 will rehearse Jointly. Consecration rites for the is reporter
The noonday prayer service will be held at the church Thurs choir, ushers, deacons and
day. The monthly conference will be at J p.m. Thursday. On deaconesses will be held at
Saturday the Male Chorus rehearses at 7:30: p.m. On Sunday 10:45: am Morning service Speaker
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.ra with Mrs. Mamie Fields and begins at 11 a.m The pastor
Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson will be reviewedby will speak.
an appointee. Consecration takes place at 10:50 a.m. The y- 3. : The Baptist Training Union

morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge. '_ ,".-. ; ', _e ___ ..._'_- 'H. .__. .___ begins at 5:45 p.m.The evening
The band of fellowship will be given to all new members in the Above is the home of Gateway Barracks and of the Ladles start at 1 p.m. Past Commander Harland J. Lloyd of West Palm worship starts at 7 p.m.
Rev. Sams and the
morning service. Holy Communion will be observed at 2:30 p.m. Auxiliary No. 3131, Veterans of World War I, Inc., at 1509 Beacl!. Fla., will be the speaker. Others will be: Mrs. etella congregation
will share in
with the deacons in charge.Rev. S.L. Badger, pastor, will Kings Road. The Barracks will be the scene of the gala sixth Wilson, PP, Miami Beach; Mrs. Irene Hellman, St. Petersburg; service with the an after-
deUver the message. Choirs No. 1 and 2 and Usher BoardsNo. anniversary celebration Saturday, April 19, aU through the Mrs. Grace Klmell, secretary-treasurer, Orlando; Mrs. Arch
1 and 2 will serve. Mrs. Marian Carter and C.B. Fisher All veterans and friends wlecome to cele national Tampa and Commander Missionary Baptist Church at. .vw F ?
day. are attend and Macintyre, past president, ; Deputy The
815.: choirs and the ushersof
will be in charge of music. The church Is located at 2221 This home is In the,
brate. the first State of Florida and the' Harry J. Sheffert Port Charlotte, Fla. Many others << the church will serve.
Forest. second one In the United States, owned by Veterans of World are expected from over the state and elsewhere. The Hour of Faith will be
COt. "SIAm BAPTIST ;War I. Dinner! win be served at noon free The program will Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday

Sunday School begins! at 9:30 a.m. with the superintendent and -- Cillahai, Fla. School officers and teachers

:teachers in charge f&e lesson wW be reviewed by the super*. Fellowship Worship Day will Dinner will be served following + council will be Friday at 7 p.m.
at 11 with deacons Tourist I L.C. Chester will be in
ntendent. Morning worship begins a.m. be held at theChurch ..
charge. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev. Crawford, By Faith in Callahan Sunday, ___ the business. Rev. Sams
will deliver both Choir No. 1 Choir No. 2 will conduct the Bible
pastor, messages. April 13, with Elder Walter The Missionary Society t of period.
and Usher Board No. 1 will serve during the day. The Sunrise at 12 and Friends are welcome to. study
Camps speaking noon Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist,.
Gospel Singers will render an after-service program at 8 p.m., with the group.
music by his Keystone Height win meet Sunday evening,April
under the sponsorship! of Mr*. Crawford for Dull Day. Choir No: r: Choir. At Jp.ra.Elder Forehand 13, at 2 p.m. in the auditorium! Services on April 20 will be SAMUEL ROBERTS
1 will rehearse Tuesday at 6 p.m. Choir no. 2 will rehearseFriday will speak while music will be Of the church as usual. In afternoon Rev. Samuel"Roberts member of
at 4:30 p.m. Prayer service begins at 7:30 p.m. The furnished by the Jacksonville Mrs. Earnestine Taylor, pre- Sams and members will participate the department 2 mathematicsof
church Is located at 1154 West 31st Street. Height Junior Choir Special gident of Usher Board No. 2, in the anniversary << Matthew Gilbert High School,
the services of the St. John Missionary will be guest speaker Sunday
will be
remarks given by Is requesting all her members
HOLY TABERNACLE cL. Elder Baptist of Orange Park morning April 13, for the
District Superintendent, to meet at the church for a
communion and honor Pastor's Day. The study of the Bible ar George Matthews. Many guest special business meeting, Rev. Joe Calhoun is pastor. Business and ProfessionalGuild
will be Sunday at 10 a.m., with Mrs. McCoy as superintendent.On and outstanding artists will parSaturday at 5 p.m. Mrs. Alberta Williams Is re of Central CUE Church.
April 20 Talent Night will be celebrated. Funds will go to t1clpate.'I porter.. The public Is Invited.
the Building Fund Drive. On April 27 the Gospel Crusades will
.. .. .
jtlve<< 'a mislcal program, sponsored by BeMord/GoJdtfrntth/A\ J ki* f'1IFs ni/InL uun6 b., ,.
special project.win be sponsored by Mrs. M,Stafford !pn April' r ..
12 for the Bible School and the YPU Convention.: Bishop R.L. ,

MACEDONIA Jones is pastor.BAPTIST The church Is located at 1676 West Ninth Street. thick cream

Sunday services begin with the Sunday School at 9.30am .
with Nathaniel Singleton, Jr. and teachers In charge. The lesson turns
will be reviewed by the pastor or an appointee. Consecration t
services will begin at 10:45: p.m. Prayer services will be
conducted by the choirs, deacons and members. Music will be 1 'r I
furnished by Choirs No. 2 and No. 4, with Wallace Mims and
James Kitchen at the instruments Usher Board No. 2 will flavor
serve. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet after services. At every !
3 p.m. the Missionary Society will meet. The BYPU Hour will '
begin af B:30 p.m. with Mrs. M.L.Polite In charge. The special ii' ;
feature will be given by Mrs. Lucille Jarrell and others.. The ;
worship begins at 6.30: p.m. Both sermons for the day on I
evening I ,
On a tour through West, Central and South Africa to Inspect \
will be delivered by the pastor Rev. Wilbur Burgess Weekly
first hand conditions of the African Methodist Episcopal missions,
include Church Society Meeting, Monday, 7 p.m.;
services : .
Dr. Ford Gibson, executive secretary, Department of Home I
Rehearsals Choir No. 1 and No. I, 1 p.m. Wednesday; Thursday -
and Foreign Missions, for the denomination, took time out to be .w
Mission Society and Prayer meeting; Friday
12 noon,
invested with the honorary title of Paramount Chief in Liberia
Rehearsals of Choir No. 2 and No 4. The church Is
I ,
A former teacher in the Indianapolis public school system and
at 3333 Franklin Street. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is
located an NAACP official Dr. Gibson came to his present post from
reporter. public relations directorship in the fourth ARE District
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Grant Memorial CAMPUS TOWERSA 'r'

AME HighlightsGrant .. !

Memorial AME Church, Home for Senior Citizens 62 Years Or Over

927 Clay Street will observethe
second quarterly conference ,., 4
Sunday, April 13. The business KINGS ROAD NEAR EDWARD'WAtERS COLLEGE

session will be Monday night,
April 14.


District, will speak In the '.
morning. He will' also speak at. Modern r
The $uad.ay Church School
Homelike Facilities
will convene at 9:30 a.m. with
A.V. Rose as superintendent.
His staff of officers aid .Conveniently Located
teachers will assist. .
All boards and clubs should .I, ,
make their financial and written Efficiency Apartments And ;: "; J'
reports at the conference. ,
All choirs, ushers and NI
members, win accompany Dr.

A. ,Joseph Reddlck, pastor, to 1-Bedroom Apartments .! .
Abyssinia Baptist Church for '. )

an after-service.. '

Mt., Moriah Reasonable. Rates Utilities Included


Women's Diy I
The Mt. Moriah United Admissions' Committee 1658 Kings Rd. Jacksonville, Fla. / #
Methodist Church will hold Its _
annual Women's Day April 13.
Sunday School begins at 9:30. I
PHONE 354 7301 \
a.m. The morning service begins /
at 11 am with Mrs. Z.. A
Stripling as speaker. ;
.The youth program at I p.m. EIWAIB WAUIS .CBUECESEKIII ;
will present Mrs. Teresa Stafford Ai *

u speaker. "r Amanda '" CITIZENS' NInE HC.JpniirH II I
.Anderson win speak at 7 p.m. Ij

Mrs.2 Bernice Williams Is pro- ... 'If Tit IKE ''Chrch'f. 'Flirl.i' j
tram ,ehairmap. Rev. WJ,. <. > ." : '

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PACE i STARPAPEU MlliMT. Mill 12. !

I Rev. Leon Sullivan Tells Jaycees To Stop Criticizing And Make Plans For Poor.

Studying! For Diploma Mlifsters Deplores !Habit
Handles SalariesIf. Black Nan Named

To House of Lords Scta:: Of Overlooking Resoirces

LONDON A Black Rev. Leon Sullivan, Philadel program Which matches
man, son
"Blackupltallsm" workers to the needs of Industryand
of a Trinidad cocoa farmer, phia's dynamic
moderm commerce. Due to
Leaile Constantine, Is the first advocate recently
of his race In the House of urged U.s. Jaycees to "stop the Initial success of the pro-
Lo/ds He was Installed last criticizing what is happening gram, the OK concept was
week. in the poverty streets of our endorsed by former President
A Wearing a scarlet robe with communities and begin workingto Lyndon Johnson and has since
ermine trimmings and the provide new wealth, new ( spread throughout the nation.
traditional black peaked hats, productivity and new Jobs for Today, there are more than
Lord Constantine was Installedat the poor." seventy-five (75) cities
the request of Queen Eliza- Rev. Sullivan addressed the administering OlC programs.
beth II, "with all the rights, :opening luncheon session of Dr. Sullivan returned last week
privileges pre-eminences. Im- The United States Jaycee Board from Africa where OIC
munities and advantages to the AEi .of Directors Meeting which was programs are being formed.
degree of baron." ,c held here, March 20-22. Last October,the nation's first
Constantine, of Maraval "Human problems in our major Negro-owned shopping
Trinidad and Tobago and of communities are becoming center was opened In Philadel
JOE ROSS Nelson In the County Palatineof more difficult and complex phia. The cooperative savings

AKR.ON, Ohio-Joe Ross has Lancashire, will be i24I otI. every day," stated Dr.Sullivan. project was started by Dr.
been named salaried employ- addressed as "the noble lord." "Great untapped and ever grow. Sullivan and members of his
ment representative here for 'He is best known In the British ,, InC human resources are being church who pledge $10 monthlyfor
The B.F. Goodrich Company. Commonwealth as one of the p dally overlooked and grossly 36 months.
Ross Joined BFG last -world's greatest cricket ) underrated, as far u their Recently, he founded Progress
September member of players. I potential is concerned. We must Aerospace Enterprises, he,a
the company's business administration Constantine, 67, was sponsored i merge our white power and large Industrial development to
program for training.On Into the nobility by Lord 2 Black power into American involve Black Americans In the
his new assignment he Interviews Beswlck and by Lord Brockway, power so that the benefits of aerospace! industry The profits
Individual seeking the latter known for his standIn democracy might one day reach from these businesses are
employment, studies their favor of civil rights. Lord every bouse and lift the life of returned to the Investors and to
qualifications and determines'what Constantine was also attended every poor soul." the community through
positions may be open *>y the Duke of Norfolk, hereditary Rev. Sullivan Is pastor of the educational and scholarship
suitable to their backgroundand Earl Marshal of Englandand Zion Baptist Church, with one programs.
experience. by the Marquess of Chol- Ross, who Is now completingwork mondeley. .... '" the city of Philadelphia His Charleston, West Virginia He
on a master's degree in The precedent-setting noble Prepping for high school equivalency certificates in classes :to Increase jobtunc.ab111t,. The curriculum was planned by widely acclaimed "Black earned Us B.A. degree in 1943
biology at the University of was Trinidad's first high com- provided through the Prep Program of the John Hancock the company's permanent staff in cooperation with Massachusetts capital" successes are detailed from West Virginia State
Akron, graduated from Jack- missioner, In London following Mutual Life Insurance Company are Dorothy Benson (left) and Department of Education specialists. Teachers are from In a newly-published book, entitled College. In 1947, be received
son State College, with a B.S the giving of independence to Audrey AddIson, both of Roxbury. The instructor, Maurice the Boston metropolitan area. Students are recruited by the "Build, Brother, Build." his Master's degree from
degree In biology and was the country. He Is a memberof Pearlman, Is a teacher at Chelsea High School. This program Jobs Clearing House of Boston non-profit placement service. 'In 1964, he founded the Columbia University, and his
salutatorian of the Class of the BrUlsh Race Relations is designed to aid persons fiora 17 years to qualify for high Among courses offered In addition to equivalency subjects are Opportunities Industrialization doctorate of Divinity In 1957
'65. He came to Akron 1965 Board, a governor of the school equl alency ce urlcates.n also,offers vocational traininglIelhune.Co.llege typing, filing business machine and language arts 'Center, a massive trainingThe from Virginia Union University.
to accept a two-year. teaching British Broadcasting Corporation Among- the many awards-- received -
Internship at the University of and a lawyer. The House by Dr. Sullivan are:
Akron. of Lords Is mixed in lineage. ... A "Mindsticker" Winner selection as One of America's
Tea Men
Outstanding Young for
...........................i...... Students Itecelv 1955; the 1960.Freedom

'SANDERS': E Rosswurm Foundation Award Award; the given 1963
FARMCLAYTON Scholarships
Seven s annually to outstanding Negroesby
the National Pubolshers Assoclatlon
Seven Bethune-Cookman Col- graduate assistantship attend -
:: : SPECIALIZING III : lege senior Chemistry majors Kansas State University,,, Law- and the Edwin
.T. Dalhberg Peace Award for
: have been awarded scholarships rence.
:' and grants to major universi- Charlie Shivers, Ft. Laud-
BASBWUEPi ; ties according to Dr. Joe erdale, received a fellowship Rev. Sullivan was among
: PARTIES Johnson, associate professor of and teacher aiilstantshlp several distinguished speakers,
Chemistry.Vera valued at $270 a month to attend who appeared during the board

....Hew Under M. Averyhart, Memphis, the University of Nevada, Las meeting of the national Jaycee.

: dA ._ Nil Miiillint. I. was appointed as a teacher Vegas. C organization
fellow in the Department of John Bynum, St. Petersburg, I/'
: 'OF MR. CLAYTON EVANS Chemistry at Boston Universityfor received a $3200 assistantship \ Dr.. Ruby Gainer
the 1969-70 academic year. In the area of Bio-Chemistry TIiR
'- OPEN 24 HOJKS: The appointment carries a to attend Michigan Stats Honored In

U CLAYTON EYANS... ,BEGINNING APRIL 1 : salary of $2800 and a staff University.

764-4391 5531 Are.'BYour : fees.scholarship covering tuition and;-';Beach MarC, received P.:Turgeon 4 }fellowshipr Daytona t Pensicola. floiida

.11............................... I! Caroline A.James,Eatonvllle, in the amount of ",110 to study .,'PENSACOLA) rta':' --=(NPI-
Fla., received a graluate asslstantshlp Chemistry at the Universityof Local citizens "celebrated the
In the Departmentof California, Berkley. birthday of Dr. Ruby Jackson
professional beautician Chemistry for $350 per month Subell F. Kare', Jerusalem, Gainer with an honor recognition -
knows the answer. from the University of Florida, Jordan, received a graduate as- at the Mr. Zion' Baptist
Gainesville, slstantshlp in the Department of Church recently, under the
Freddie Massey, Winter Chemistry for $350 per month .r-T proclamation. of Mayor Charles
Can: hair be Garden Fla, was awarded a torn the University of Floridaat Soule.
your damaged $3,060.00 grant In the area of Gainesville Dr. Gainer, born In Buena
Blo-Chemlstry and a half-time Vista, Ga., grew up In Birmingham -
from brushing alone? .. was graduated from

............................... vr Industrial (now Parker) High
L School Alabama State
All elements.hair becomes Certain greasy damaged compounds from exposure and many to sun chemicals and natural, improperly E roe DOn RAVE TO (0 TO TOIN' TO SET E degree and received In English the from Master's Atlanta

used, also take their toll...not to mention simple at 4AhIvATLANTA University.A .
tempts at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of PRICEDRUG member of Alpha Kappa
LOW i .
dull natural looking bristles hair.The result are brittleness, breakage, dry and Alpha Sorority, she 1st
'7" candidate for vice-president of
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles ;
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair STORE NEEDSTrade E L 'I". ... the Teachers Association, National of Classroom Education

that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians Mrs Betty Moss, women's editor of The Baltimore Afro-American, and her Association. Following the pro
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition Beauty Pack Treat- U husband,' are shown prior to their recent departure for Jamaica. Mrs. Moss won an all- gram, Mrs. Gainer wasvlsisted

ment for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. with Your Neighbor hood Drug Store WE WILL MEET: expense paid trip for two u a winner In a special promotion for Tab, a product of The at berPensacola home by her
leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition! Is an easy-to- :ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS We deliver, 7 Coca-Cola Company, conducted last year especially for women editors of Negro newspapers brother, Emory 0. Jackson,
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical ;We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions throughout the nation. The contest was part of the successful "Mindstlcker" campaign that managing editor, BirminghamWorld
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been ran In conjunction with the Introduction of the "New Taste Of Tab" In early 1969. Mrs. Moss and Mrs. Frank P.
previously relaxed. condition is the ultimate In repairing deep- was one of three too winners in the contest. Thomas, publl.berlloblle
down damage. And, when time is a factor for their customers, Beacon.
hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew*-the lotion condi Dixie !
tioner that penetrates so fast many think of it as an instant Pharmacy
conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol Clarksdale Miss. On "Hdtseat" With'
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to U ,
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. : 1382 KINK HAD If MYITIE
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. .
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other. Phil 353- *?" U Black Students Outnumbering Whites
causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be revitalized .....
periodically Visit your professional beautician and ask : PAl YOU LICIT, IATEI AMITEUPIDME CLARKSDALE, Miss:-This economics or religion hills of
this expert to check the condition of your hair, Deep-South city In the Delta of a problem of Integration, in Mississippi can They are ferlngbut serving.
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure : BILLS AT Oil HUE : dissident, adamant and recalci- schools\ no and longer deceit of hide the the white chicanery leaders The Fifth Circuit of Appeals
,O Clairol" Ine 1957 trant, Mississippi, has a Recently a startling disclosure has added coals to the fire by
Courtesy 01 Clairol Inc. TM fi........./la..fi/I .....1.FI. problem, not a problem of shows that this Delta town has .there.Adding fat to the fire Is the ordering the city school boardto

a ratio star Black students to first suit ever filed by Black consider redrawing lines
1 white. This paradoxical situation teachers closing all the Negro schools
against the Coahoma
which, In years past, has and consolidating and rotating
System, a move never foreseen
been handled schools and principals.;' The
UNFAIR by'Mississippi. 'by the board members, all
law, is now under the scrutinis white., Impetus has been given freedom-of-choice plan has'not
ing of HEW. been successful \
eye .that action by a federal appeals
Clarksdale, even now baa'ODlJ>
court whth has told the school
17 :Negroes In the city system
board to desegregate the
[(TOWN systemThe of 1,079. Countywide, the figure
HOUSE rises to
Housing Isn'tUNFAIR. six Blacks to one white.
prejudiced whites, it Is Paul M. Hunter Is the city
revealed still
IEKTAIJA are using ruses .superintendent James
of various sorts ,
barriers and
Jr., Is chairman
of the county
i 'obstacles. Some whites accuse school board.
those whites in the "Power'
messing ... .
8 LEVEL HOMES NOW around' One report is that
AVAILABLE IN WASH HTS they sit around clr1nklne coffee

: J BR'lllI and scheming bow to keep Tell Blfcks .To
> ":'; : I. ,,: : -$ schools segregated. They
4BR-49S spread stories around town
\ t (: ;' PER calculated to frighten the Forget Enigntipi
It's MONTH wbltes.Clarksdale's.' -
I ;!I) II 1 a ;:r i volcano broke NAIROBI Blacks in
dl, loose with the America should forego the
firing of 54
,, _:::0
VULCANINC. teachers and three Janitors, thought of espousing a "Back-
'" employee of the government To-Afrlca" movement, is the'
\' R, ''a tow days It opinion of an official oflairool.
+ 4t r In every sip 'l:.*>?" ,' ;, 'R., i F, ILLEGAL .! that the whites ago.maneuvered was rumored the '
,, .... of Ton
Seagram's V.O.-the
If '. I firings in order to balance the Mboya, minister foe
\ .. l'1:; '. Smooth) Canadian' loss of federal funds to the economic planning Just tack
7IIJS Iff IIIIIT II county. The Blacks have a cogent from a trip to Called

\ :- ti; "l '; j* .k flair. housing .is.a fact. knew argument, that the whites States of 20,million says. that Blacks the will exodus not
; they were breaking the
: Find out what the 1 law says.Write ,711-3471 HEW laws. These fired teachers solve civil rights problems

CANWlm elisoe.o( ghee orstuClae 5905(5 sea 5GUq as (61 MOW IUMMMIUUU c0.,a.v.o. l. : Fair Housing,Washington,D. ,20410 ', are now recipients of aid from tau Tae changed official said nat America
greatly from what
the,KEB and continue to teach..,
it was when be visited ia.I9M.I' ..

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' l nil y APRIL 12 I

r: I Association Of Market Developers To Hold Forth In Washington May 20-24 :" j


I Your good HealthAIR Transfer Of Knowledge Hacks Take Initiative Toward

POLLutiO .; Impleeewifeg Bisfaess Moves
Air pollution has '}\ .
reduced our over 35. A cold that hangs on '4
, exposure to sunlight to a degree for more than three weeks and .'; :'' ATLANTA, Ga. "The Houston Texas Is presidentelect. -
) that endangers our health.Light settles In the chest Is often the Marketplace and Black Unity' Washington Redskins pro
. entering the eyes stimulates the beginning. will be the theme for the 16th football star and top D.C.
I pituitary and peneal glands to Once the upper bronchi becomes annual conference and workshop business man Bobby Mitchell,
t produce essential hormones. chronically inflamed,the of the National Association of is president of the convention's
! Plant studies have pro-ed what disease usually spreads to the ; Market Derelopers scheduled host chapter. President Boone
we have long suspected; ultraviolet smaller bronchi throughout the for May 20-24 at the Shorehaa announced recently that Wash
1 light either artificial lungs. The resulting cough in Hotel la Washington, D.C. ington-based Charles J.(Chuck)
; or natural,is necessary not only most cases is worse in the early "A Symposium oa 'Soul' in tile Smith ffi, director special
for* plant growth but also for morning and In the evening. Marketplace" will be the conYentlon market activities for the Royal
( the normal development of the Some victims call It a cigarette sub-theme. NAMD, as Crown Cola Co., Columbus,
reproductive apparatus of the cough; and it is true that the National Association of Ga, has been appointed 1969
plants. when they stop smoking they Market Developers is popularly NAMD Convention Chairman.
Other studies have shown that notice a great Improvement known was organized in 19531\ Smith reported to the NAMD
egg production the winter can Moat persons with chronic for the purpose of Impro.lnj Board of Directors at a recent
: be Increased by exposing hens .bronchitis bring up an. ounceor the speclallied marketing and meeting In Washington that
to sun-lamps. Scientists now more of thick sputum every public relations programs which "this year's convention
believe that light is as necessary day. The secretion of this leading business firms are promises to be the most exciting
for the proper functioning mucus not only makes breathing directing to the Negro consumer and meaningful one in the 16-
of human reproductive organsas difficult but also increases the market. The Association seeks. y ar history of the organisation.
it Is for.birds and reptiles. rioniror nt- Junl''. In'./*"/,, w fth. to promote exchange of la- According to Smith, .a vice-',
Russian scientists nave shown victim also l has asthma, his formation and experiences president of NAMD since 1966,
that a lack of exposure to solar problem Is greatly aggravated. among the various Individuals three pre-conventlon workshops -
radiations over a prolonged Prevention much easier than and firms who have major pro- >> will be held Tuesday
period results In an upsetting treatment for this disease, and fessional Interest in this field.It afternoon, May 20. They will
of the physiological. the longer the cough has been seeks to create a healthy cover "Public Relations"
llbrlunx. present, the harder it is to get climate of opinion among the "Personnel," and Economic
rats causes functional rid of. Giving up smoking once several publics concerned with Development"The
disorders of the
nervous the habit is acquired is admit e its operations. actual conference will open
system, a lowering of vitaminD edly hard. Charles H. Boone, account Wednesday morning May 21*
production by the body anda The thing that discouragesmany executive, Southeast Area, featuring awefknownbusinesapersonality
weakening of the body's defenses chronic coughers is that TRANSFER rtllll1ty. snare. Coca-Cola USA, Atlanta, Ca., as keynote speaker

Experiments against chronic with white disease.rats giving up cigarettes dort ington clinic for new and rebuilding liquor retailers, John their know-how. Attentive neophytes- the field are J.R. Is the current presldentof A top corporate executive will
showed that those exposed to cure them wlfaln 4 or 5\ days.It Holland (center), president of the Washington, D.C. Retailer Richmond (left), prospective store owner,Mr.MARIONCOLES, NAMD. C.B. Davis,vlce-presl- address the luncheon meeting.
only part of the light spectrum Is sometimes a year or more Liquor Dealers Association and proprietor of the Maryland proprlestor of Service Liquors and Seymour HelD (second dent t-special mrrkets, South Two concurrent workshops are
had a lower survival rate than before the full benefits of ab- Beverage Mart and Bill Jameson (right), executive: director, from right), proprietor of Airway Liquors. wes. DlitrlbutngCompany! CONTINUED
stinence are milted. ON PAGE 12
those exposed to fluorescent
In addition to
tubes that simulated natural giving up
sunlight smoking the victim may be civil Rights Murder
benefitted by a course of antibiotics -
avoided.Extremes An should exposure, however of,the be avoidance fatigue and Suspects flee Trial
sleeping a room that Is warm
hands and face (but not the eyes) and free of cold drafts. HATTIESBURG, Miss. -(NPI
to sunlight for ten minutes
a A relative humidity of 37 per U.S. District Judge DanRussell
health.day Is sufficient to protect your cent and a temperature of 68 has set April 28 as the date for
DEAFNESS degrees to 70 degrees gives the the trial of former Ku Klux Klan .
most restful sleep. The chieftain Samuel H. Bowers ; .
Hearing loss.Is .the cblltpIIy.kal Inhalation! of special aerosols Jr., and 15 others on federal' .
defect in this country. may help to thin the bronchial conspiracy charges the 196 ANegro
It affects 18
over million
secretions .
and make the firebomb slaying Vernon
Different of
persons. types
breathlnceasler. Dahmer, NAACP leader.
deafness are the result of
different causes.Fortunately .
deafness-due to Businessman And Senator

mastoldltls, pneumonia, men- started
ingitis and sinusitis-Is nr most
longer common since the advent arrsrrr.
of antibiotics which bring these .
Infections promptly under control ,;: ""
and prevent middle ea: ;..
and inner ear Involvement.In ..
elderly persons, deafness .
Is often due to otosclerosls-I bankintheworid.
bony replacement of the cartilage r r important
that connects the tiny
\boDe in the middle ear. Other a
causes of bearing loss Include1
congenital defects Injuries to ",
the ear noise.and exposure to excessive .- :

The nard-of-nearlng personall
too often feels excluded from .
many social contacts-he feels "
that be is a spectator rather ', .
than an active participant In
the life around him. He misses ) .
the point of Jokes told In Us ATLANTA Two prominent Atlanta business and political i t1. ,
presence and soon grows weary leaders, Q.V. Williamson, left, and State Senator LeRoy R.
of asking people to repeat them- Johnson, congratulate each other on being named to the boardof

him selves.into a This shell.tends to drive, Platter directors firm of was Gold recently Platter organized, Inc. of Macon to operate, Georgia.and franchise The Gold Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans _

When a deaf person talks, he restaurant and convenience food stores under the name "James
may speak too loudly or too Brown's Gold Platter.' Herbert L. Parks, president of Gold Charles Richard Drew ((19051950)the )
low. This adds to his
Platter, Inc, said the new board members "will offer stature*
conversing with his lends and inspiration to the purpose of this Mr. Williamson
or his family.If Is a member of the Atlanta Board of company.Aldermen; founder and Emergency. Someone needs But it was not only through the United States Army. Then, a

the victim otosclerosls Is the cause, president of Q.V. Williamson 1 Company, Inc. Real Estate, massive blood transfusions imme banking of blood that Dr. Drew year later, his brilliant career'was
can hear better
the telephone than when he talks professor board chairman of real, Atlanta estate Atlanta Mortgage university.Brokerage Senator company Johnson, and diately. The doctor makes one made his mark. In the 1930s, as a brought to an abrupt halt. He was

to you face-to-face, because serves as chairman of the Senate's Scientific Research Com- simple phone call, and in minutesthe professor and head of surgery at killed in an auto crash.

,him the .bone telephone conduction receiver of the sound gives mittee. When he was Initially elected in 1962, he was the first proper type is delivered, enoughof Howard University medical school, Although he died young, Dr.
to in the Senate
waves which Is more powerfulthan the Negro first serve of his race Georgia to hold a chairmanship In 92 years.of He a was standing also it to save a life. Every day, in vir- ,Dr. Drew trained and encouraged Drew left enduring mark in

air conduction.The committee In the Georgia Senate. The recipient of many honors tually every country of the world, hundreds of young doctors. Under many fields. He had been an out-

modern has technique brought of new microsurgery and awardsSenator Johnson.received special recognition from blood banks perform their life- his strong leadership the enrollment standing athlete and coach, a mag-
former President Lyndon B. Johnson who appointed him special
hope to the victims of otoscleroilsbout ambassador to represent the United States at the Independence saving service. at Howard swelled. netic speaker, an inspired teacher, a

deaf. Working one-third through of the all eardrum the ceremonies In Zanzibar Africa, In 1963. We take blood banks for Shortly after the war,Dr. Drew dynamic administrator, a gifted sci-

the surgeonfreesthetlny: granted today but less than 30 was named,surgical consultant for entist and a skilled surgeon.

stapes bone from its adhesions, years ago this one simple phone call But, most of all, Df. Charles
a removes stainless it,steel and replaces or plastic wire.with was impossible. It was not until Drew will be remembered as the

When carefully performed, 136N.MYUU5AVE PH EL 4 1461 1941 that Dr. Charles Drew, then Yf Ingenious American who started

this operation can restore the SHRIMP BOAT WHITING director of the British Blood 1y ''the most important bank in history.
lost bearing, provided no nerve
deafness present. SHEEPNOSE 49 ." Plasma Project, introduced the rev- Would you like to own this

COUGH SILVER DRUM Lb. olutionary idea of a central deposi- handsome sculptured bust of Dr.

The prevalence of chronic tory for blood. Charles Richard Drew? It's 8" tall,

bronchitis emphysema and the closely has been related e LARGE MULLET ..................................... 39; Drew's next step was to made of antique bronze cast stone,
Increasing due largely to an improve the methods of preservingblood. +r and carries the complete Drew story.It .
Increase in air pollution and SPEC. TROUT ........................................ 69' lb. .And as the first director of the costs $5.00 (which what it costs

,widespread cigarette smoking, STEAK FILLETS ...................................... 98' Ib. ). Send check
American Bank
Red Cross Blood us or order to
Most victims are men who are CONCH MEAT..................................... 79'Ib.59'Ib.. money :
SEA BASS ............................................. he supplied much-needed plasma to Old Taylor Box 4865 SGrand Central '

Deiver .Blade, YELLOW MULLET ROE ...........................98 lb. the United States Armed Forces. Station, New York, N.Y. 10017.

WHITE ROE(Meld) ............................... 59' lb. Please allow 8 weeks for delivery.Offer .
Editor Plus Beach Whiting ................... .................. 59' lb. expires Dec.31,1969

For '11 Daily '

DENVER: (lfP) Senior II .
Staff WrlterMelvin D. Brlscoe ..etw
., I
has been promoted to managing Cei : ;(.
editor of the Denver Blade to i tI.
.Newspaper. At the same time, ..... .,tt@ t'r I I.> '
J.; Brown Corporation, publisher YOUR OWN HOM 35Phone 43 ... "d 'I'T
of the Denver Blade, has' '," ':' i ; .
launched a regional stereo '\ >:. i-; I ',i,:
company, the New World Stereo ALL fICKI '. ; \v,
.Corporation; and promoted Lou ", '
Thomas to president of the t. =s "
Brown Corporation, with J. _i ,; ): ;
Brown, Denver Blade founder, Ae low ass s ;
becoming board chairman.
Meanwhile, Brlscoeezecutlve Nb.
Vice-president and managing MpOEL O

editor of the Denver Blade, Is 3441 Weio 1 u/udup ontw siL' IIr xaNOlds Taylor
spearheading plaj for a oft SALES OFFICE at _
regional dally newspaper, as Just DIVISION A 20th 87 EXP.RA .
part of thecorparalioa'sefforts l .
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I Budget-Stretching Dessert Features Blueberry Topping

For an elegant dessert that'seasy Served hot or cold It'. a flavor

cooking ROSALIE 'Super-Shoppers' Get Most Blueberry Buckle Bread, Pudding perennial on your favorite-bread food budget here'sa pud-1 treat.

scoTt; ding. The crowning touch is the Blueberry Buckle Braid Pudding

e STAFF generous topping of Blueberry 4 cups cubed day-old bread

,hintsCARNATION ASSISTANT From Shopping DollarToday L- Buckle A combination:, of blueberriesand 'Vi 3 cup eggs"slightly sugar beaten

with lemon flawing IV4 teaspoons vanilla
the ,evaluated accordihg
y average family'ifood i to your par- ;cinnamon,'mace and gin V teaspoon salt
bill amounts to approximately ticular, needs. You might find 2 milk
Blueberry Buckle is a Gerber cups
Delight your children. Serve Corn Dogs on a Stick. 183 of its take-home some convenience foods will be ger that's been 2 Jars Gerber Junior
dessert .
The crispy coating is made with velvetizeej evaporatedmilk. pay. Thu 'H r. pretty large slice o(I worthwhile using on a regular ready-to-serve the whole family. Designed Blueberry Buckle
It extra into this fun lunch idea. the basis, while adopted by
pack!\ punch pic.Any single purchase, suchas others might be re- for ,
Use plates and make clean-up easier on an automobile, :served for primarily youngsters
paper you amounting to only. ,, once discover its versatility, Place bread cubes in a lightly
t you
too. Everyone will be pleased. as large a portion of our personal Make use of substitutions such r
jou'll find it a true convenience oiled IVi quart casserole.Combine -,
spending power would be given as dry milk occasionally in cook
l, product. eggs, sugar, vanilla, 'salt and
more than careful consideration.Why ing or more often if you're really
milk. Pour mixture over
not so with food expenditures trying to stretch the food budget. Prepare and bake bread pudding cubes in casserole.Allow to standS
? Probably because it involves Macaroni and rice are helpful as in an attractive oven-to-table '
.. minutes, stirrin, occasionally.
meat-extenders. r casserole. Slow baking results in
many small decisions before Margarine can lace casserole in pan of hot
anything I is realized in actual be an economical substitute for a delightfully creamy pudding water and bake in 350'F'oven
butter in with crusty edges that everyone
savings.A or as a table P/4 to 1W hours. Spoon Blueberry -
spread. will want to scrape from the
as few basic guidelines will'be Buckle generously over
helpful in mastering the art of You can save a great deal of serving dish. each serving. ;
shopping. The finer points, of time and energy if you are familiar To serve, spoon into individual
course, will come with experi I enough with the store dishes and pour on the Blueberry Yield: 6-8 servings
.'where you do your shopping to Buckle. And, if you're not count- Variation: For another taste-
CORN DOGS ON A STICK ence.One of the'first rules of wise be able to arrange your shopping ing calories, add a mound of treat try Gerber Junior Raspberry
shopping is to take advantage of ;'list beforehand according to the Whipped cream or ice cream. Cobbler,
(Makes about 8 corn dogs) sales. But don't be tempted to buy i general arrangement of products'

1 cup sifted flour 1 egg1y things you really don't need. ''on the shelves. This saves dou-!

teaspoon taking powder $J cup undiluted Carnation Compare prices, especially of ''bling-back to pick up items you
1 teaspoon salt Evaporated Milk fresh, canned and frozen foods. missed. If possible, shop early intthe '
Fresh foods expensive :i day when selection Is SPRINGTIME MACARONI SALADTempt
1 cup yellow com meal! % cup water are usually more greatest
1cup shortening 8 frankfurters except when"in season." and stores are likely to be less
And if you live near local grow crowded. Tempt appetites with Springtime Macaroni Salad.
Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Stir in corn ing area you'll find prices even Dad will especially appreciate Velvetized evaporated milk keeps it moist and delici
meal. Cut In shortening until mixture resembles small lower than in other parts of the these considerations if he has vol- BLUEBERRY-- BUCKLE- BREAD PUDDING-A- -dessert -- ous. Serve it outside where everything: tastes even
peas. Beat egg, Carnation Evaporated Milk and water. Add country where fresh foot) has to. :unteered to do the shopping for al favorite. It's the perfect ending to any mal and hMrty ai economical that's' at H I Is ml flavorful.family better. A platterful of rolled cold cuts and cheese and
to corn meal mixture. Dry frankfurters thoroughly with be shipped in by rail or truck. busy. mother. If there's a youngster -: icy-cold soft drinks make this menu sure to please
paper towels. Dip Into corn meal batter until frankfurter is Convenience foods are one of in the family it might be i fun
well coated.* Fry In hot fat at least 2 Inches deep (375F.) the mixed blessings bestowed excursion for them too together' Toddler Appetite Lag
2.3 minutes or until well browned. Insert wooden stick Into upon modern homemakers. They As you become a more sophisticated -'
one end. Serve with mustard or catsup.If save you time and energy but you shopper your familiarity
also for the food having been with prices and brands will in-
batter becomes too thick, stir In Carnation EvaporatedMilk pay
''Crease' and Can Cause Faulty Diet
1 tablespoon at a time, to desired consistency pre-washed, peeled, precooked shoppingwill ,
These Items should be become less tedious. You, '
may even become a ".uper- Dietary surveys have Indicated if each day it includes reasonable
EDGEWOOD shopper" intent on getting the infants under a year of age are amounts of: (1)I) milk, cheese or
/ I AYE B STOREJACKSONVILLE most for,your"food dollar." the most adequately fed popula- ice cream; (2) meat, poultry, fish
tion segment in the United States. or eggs: (3) vegetables and fruits,, s 4
;, BEACH STORE Bachelor Invites This favorable situation is subjectto especially green or yellow vegetables
t t SUNDAYS rapid reversal' however, as and some citrus fruit; ((4)
toddlers make the transition to bread or cereals-enriched,whole
s.. 9 A.M. Gang .For Gourmet family fare, usually early in the grain or restored MACARONI SALAD

SUP.ERMA K E T TO second year. As part of their growing'independence Makes 8 to 10 servings)
Edna Mae McIntosh, Gerber :! ,toddlers and preschoolers -
6 P.M. Meal After WorkThis Products Company nutritionist, often go on prolonged food /i cup mayonnaise Vi cup finely chopped onion
veal scallopini dinner is suggests several factors which binges which limit variety and / teaspoon hot dry mustard 3 tablespoons chopped
an example of the best of bachelor might contribute to less adequatediets 'can lead to dietary deficiencies.For V4 teaspoon prepared mustard green pepper ,
:f WESTERN CENTER CUT" cookery.The meal is uniquely during the toddler and pre.' instance, excessive milk. Vi teaspoon seasoned salt Vi cup chopped sweet pickles

-. masculine: it is'easy to prepare, school years. 'I I drinking (beyond a quart per day) teaspoon pepper VJ cup cubed cheese processAmerican
: h\' ':t. PORK CHOPS requires a minimum of marketing;, One contributory factor is a has been associated with iron de. Vi cup lemon Juice 1 tablespoon finely chopped.
'I: ; and satisfies hearty appetites. lower total food intake due to a ficiency anemia in young tersbe-, % cup undiluted Carnation plmlentos, I .
BACHELOR'S VEAl SCAUOPINI "second and third year slowdown 'cause it lowers intake of iron- Evaporated MilkS 1 cup drained red t\
\ ; \
: ,, \ I s I
hot cooked macaroni I i
? I ft pound veal, cut thin'MARINADE in growth rate, During periods of contributing foods such as meats, cups kidney bllnl'
tt -79 *. . diminished food intake, the food I I;vegetables and certain cereals. rcup chopped celery

which 1s eaten must be of rela Closer parental supervision is Combine mayonnaise, mustards, salt and pepper, Add
X cup noted oil tively higher nutritive quality if needed to insure a proper balance'oEt lemon Juice to Carnation Evaporated Milk, stirring until
K cup R.aL.monbottledi.mon lulce total dietarvpeeds! are to, be met. foods,,Jo_help' parents solve evaporated milk is thickened. Add to mayonnaise mixture. ."
I s -t It .. I '. I.J oiPoon crociedvS.p :/ ('Z'1 -t l 3vBjy$' assuring*)equate h"lj'q) ro7t pefirskled'ehebse"pimientos; ; and bean In large bowl.. .1
I mCTORt'SM kE SHOULDER t teaspoon salt ... .ms's'' O '.jjuirhlon.;There is a gooachance d ce4 ten ToddlerMeals. four salad dressing; over mixture. Toss Serve .1
EAT WELL .. well. warm
'eapooI iwkiwt that ons's'diet will be adequate * *.* or chilled (about 2 hours),
PICNIC I drop garlic |tutee
1 tMtpcon paprika I ,

/ TU g SCANS 1' t cup b.f( bouillon SHOP SIRLOIN
30 s : 1'large. onion, sliced :
. .
H cup dry whit wine
1 '-ollnce can muihroomi T-BONE, CUBE, STEAK"SUPEUI6HT"
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I 5:45 P.M. Put veal in marin, Cb ,-
I7."FLOUR ade. Prepare second Martini.
6:00: P.M. Serve second '" I
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; I marinade),dredge in flour(lightly) ,
EST and brown in hot salad oil on both
SII I ALB. if, S sides, turning once. Drain off The store that K PORK( LOIN SLICED SPECIAL!'.
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7:00: P.M: Serve veal, crusty DEL MONTE. LIGHT CHUNK I TEA.
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hints of the great outdoors. A hamburgers. Combine remaining
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added to strained prunes''Brush hamburgers with sauce and
makes this barbecue sauce extra broil on both sides basting occasionally rP
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Beef Cobbler Is the kind of dish which, if made "from rich, dark glaze to enhance the doneness! Is reached. Serve on;
scratch" using beef stew meat and fresh vegetables would natural flavors of the meat. toasted buns with additional barbecue
require considerable preparation time for the veaetables and At serving time, for added sauce.
long slow cooking for the meat to become tender.Not so this color and/flavor,spoon additional'sauce '' Serves: sixCobbler
Beef Cobbler, however!
It features canned and packaged
over hamburgers on
convenience foods, put together in the heartiest, healthiest, .
most delectable and easiest fashion poppyseed rolls.A SlId Dressing ..
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crisp salad with a : 4
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Lean meaty chunks of roast beef with -
gravy canned and fruit-flavored dressing is a I Jar Gerber strained Raspberry -'
ready to use, are the flavorful start. Mixed vegetables and
butlpn mushrooms are there, too,at the flick of a can-opener pleasing contrast to these hearty Cobbler i
The attractive topping of pastry cut-outs is made from barbecue burgers. 14 cup mayonnaise I
packaged pie crust mix. All it takes to top off this simple Combine Ingredients Chill; .JJ.

The casserole bakes Just long enough to heat the beef menu is a bowl of fresh fruit,'.thoroughly.Serve on tossed green) .
mixture and brown the pastry topping. Time enough,however, wedges of cheese and your favorite salad. ARBECUE,BURGERS basted with mty brlMCiw MUM and swwd on touted mp clad as an aeeonip nlnwnt
to toss a salad of mixed greens with French dressing for beverage Yield: Y cup i sum ... ...,. to pi..*.. To round out en Informal, supper menu Mfv a step a
accompaniment, and to whip up a package of dessert topping
mix to spoon over chilled canned fruits for dessert. Barbecue Burgers I .

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2 cans ((12 ounces each) roast 1 can (SX ounces) brown FREE DRAWING Vc
beef with gravy gravy
I can (I pound) mixed M package((11.25 ounces) pie .
vegetables crust mix(about M/3/ cups) Fun to Bake
I can mushrooms((4 ounces,drained) button 1 tablespoon sesame seeds 118 WEBER covered : i I

Combine roast beef with gravy, mixed vegetables, With Time-Saving
mushrooms and brown gravy in a shallow 2-quart baking dish.
Prepare pastry mix according to package directions adding BAR-B-Q KETTLES
Instant Blend i
sesame seeds. Roll into rectangle and cut into desired shapes. Yeast '
Place pastry cut-outs on roast beef mixture. Bake in a 400 :
degree oven 25 minutes or until hot and pastry is browned. Today's young mother can

serve home baked breads to her DRAWING SAT. APRIL 12th ADffERGEHT -= c '1
family and do this in a fraction of 'OQD $TCatS
the time required for baking by
Have A Wee Scone her mother or grandmother. The ;
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I Sammy Davis, Jr. Accepts Spingarn ; Medal Tells Of Humanist I

Noted Actor Singer AgainstSeparatism
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraters Prime Minister' And Astronauts I
And Race ViolenceNEW

Stress Blacks
Confab To YORK -Sammy Davis, up-It's uncomfortable to know

HOUSTON, Texas (NPl>- Louis; Southern, Jacksonville, Jr, the' film, stage and television r that they can get quicker action
"Black Power" A Creative Fla, April 4-6; Southwestern, t star; put his humanist than this whole organization
., record In quietly 'because they put fear In the .
I creed on
Force In AmerlcVi Complete April 4.6, Dallas, Texas; and
Development will be ,the theme Western, April 4-6, Las Vegas, eloquent remarks accepting!
of the 63rd anniversary convention N... the 53rd Spingarn Medal before
of Alpha Phi Alpha I 600 guests attending a Palm
Fraternity, to be held August Sunday luncheon In the Grand
2-7 In this city.Louiliana Mrs. King Wants Ballroom of the Plaza Hotel.,

Stale Representative The coveted'medal' awarded
Ernest N. Mortal Divided AmericaTo ,annually to a Negro American
general president of the first for distinguished achievement,
social Greek-letter fraternity was presented to Mr. Davis by
founded by Blacks Be Reconciled an earlier winner of the honor,
executive directorof
Morlal said word bas been Roy Wilkins,
received from more than 50 WASHINGTON-(NPQ-Reconclllatlon the National Association for
of divided the Advancement of Colored
large corporations, In additionto a
representatives of labor and America has been urged by \) People. Mr. Wilklns substitutedfor ''
Industry and government, that Mrs Martin Luther King, Jr. Senator Ezward W. Brooke
demonstration (R-Mass) who was unable to
they will participate this sum- During a peaceful
mer in the job placement and by 500 anti-war demonstra remain for the luncheon because 5 V
orientation seminars and con- lore on the steps ot the Justice .of rites in Washington for the

sultant services that will be Department Building, she, ',late President DwIght David fxr il 'r
conducted at the Houston asserted: "A new battle Eisenhower'
convention, as they were at confronts us In 1969, "and it Is .Mr Davis Was cited for "his. RAMMffiDAinSJR.
previous conventions not the choice of guns or butter superb and many.facetedta1ent,
his commitment to enduring ,heart of the city. Why should it
This year, we are going out "I don't want guns with or
into the community, and this without butter," she said. values, of the Judeo-Chrlstlan: happen that you've got to intimidate -
service will be open to the Rather, she added, the choiceIs 3 if 1 'trad1l1c justice, freedom, people In order to get
entire Houston area,regardless how to spend the money from Y equality and the brotherhood of one's rights?
of race, creed, color, or the Vietnam War once the war a all mankind, and. the tireless "But I say to myself,bey,man,
fraternal relationship," Mortal Is over. sacrifices he has made in the just because a cat wears a
said. Mrs. King expressed hope that furtherance of these great goals
Dates and places of Alphas'five the money will be spent onlebulldlng through Us generous and mean-
regional conventions are the "damaged Uves' ingful participation In the civil my

Eastern, May 9-11, Baltimore; ot poor people-both Black and ..-.- ._,"'' rights movement" t
Midwestern, April 11-13, St. white. ELEUTH1RA, Bahamas :- Welcome earth, Bahamas Prime :t'i'i'tber&,'.. Russell L. Scbwelckart' (right)) and cj; : OUbat, participation, Mr.
Minister Lynden 0. Plndling beams as he'shakes hands with David Scott wait their turn The Apollo crew remained on the Davis said be was proud but,
Apollo 9 Commander Colonel James A McDivitt upon the Island abot 30 minutes before leaving for Cape Kennedy and at the same time, "a little ,
astronauts' arrival on the Out Island of Eleuthera. Introducing then Houston Bahamas News bureau Photo t! by Maura ashamed of the fact that I
the colonel Is Major Morgan Sanborn, of the U.S. Air Force base haven't contributed more"
VETERANSIMovi Among his contrlbu'Ions to the
cause has been his service as
in for as Ittle as: Ford Foundation BCC Honored By Art chairman of the NAACP's Life

Membership Committee since
DOWN Allocates Big Fund I' -1 1 1966, for which NAACP Presi-

dent Klvle Kaplan praised him

To UNC For Blacks In opening remarks.
Hi : The presentation ceremony,
The Department of City and however, was not merely an SEN. E. BROOKE
Regional Planning at the UnI- occasion exchanging
versity of North Carolina at tributes. For Mr. Davis it was' oashlkl and sports big natural,
Chapel Hill announced recently pvr an occasion for telling it like does not make him 'brother'?
3 A 4 bedroom plant with 1,1 %,I that It has received a grant it Is on vital Issues of current We know that In every revolution
2 baths and garage. of $18,000 from the Ford I concern whether It's been physical,
Modern schools, churches and a compltlt Foundation to provide fellowship -, "For all those people who spl/itual or artistic, there's
shopping enter clot by. aid for Black students and believe in separatism! I say one always been symbolism. And
LINCOLN ESTATES other minority group students thing 4t Isn't going to work.We when the 'Hey brother,'and the
for graduate study.In c.1 t1.l\Id' need each other. We need all signs and the dashikis and the
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765.1685 regional planning i races, we need all mankind and duds are gone, It will take the
u people in this room, the people
all good people to work together -
* *
this dais to the
or else there'll be on put piecesall
nothing to work for. I live for back together"
the day when there will be no Among the many civic,politicaland
further need for the NAACP." cultural leaders who packed
Technicians Computer Operators ".. know my heritage and the ballroom was Mrs. JE.
tank young people for making Spingarn, widow of the medal's
me aware of the fact that I am donor who instituted it in 1914
I ;'i I ;,..:' : ; & Supply' Clerks an American of African descent. to focus attention on Negro
".. America Is my home and.I'm, achievement and to inspire
going to do everything I can to Negro youth
Some 30 or more paintings by the late Herbert Ives, a physicist for Bell Labs, are on display make it worthy of the word Also in attendance were five
11 in the Student Center at Bethune-Cookman COllege. Paintings were presented to Dr. Richard democracy." previous winners of the medal,
"NE V. Moore by Mrs Mable Ives,resident of St Petersburg The art works will also be observed "It is frightening to realize in addition to Mr. Davis and
DO you z In the art classes of B-CC. At his death In 1953, Hervert Ives was eulogized as "the father of that ten Black cats running down Mr. Wllkljis-Dr. Kenneth B.
MESSAGE television. Ives found no difficulty in reconciling science and art. For him the two went hand the streets with rag-stuffed 'Clark, president, Metropolitan
?S In band "My special Interest In optics Is undoubtedly connected wlfh my early love of Coca-Cola bottles yelling Applied Research Center, New
i drawing," he once remarked. For him the colors of the rainbow and the colors of the spectrum they're going to blow the place York City; John H. Johnson,
were u'erchaiureable. Johnson Publishing Company,
Chicago; Miss Leontyne! Price.

It's the technology of tomorrow. You know It. We know it. WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou Afro-AMerican i Newspapers Metropolitan Opera star, New
York City; Mrs. Mable Keaton

I If you can help us "hear" and understand the kind of talk Saturn-Apollo To Train YOB ng Journalists Staupers, bead of the now

vehicles send back from space, then we at Federal Electric Corporation want Seek'The Best Doctor. dissolved National Association
The Afro-American News ghettos; military services,Joa of Colored Graduate Nurses,
to talk to youWe're When Your Doctor Prescribes :
papers and the Virginia Council Corps Raining centers, viTA:: Washington, D.C.; and former
1 get Experienced Pharmacists on Human Relations will volunteers, and Peace Corps HUD Secretary Robert Weaver
ant P.
prime contractor to NASA for communications Instrumentation
To Fill Prescriptions according -
returnees, according to Boone now president Bernard BaruchCollege
sponsor a yearlong projectto ,
at We're still We need and
support Cape Kennedy. growing. many more eyes To Your Doctor's Orders
and Adams. Applications must
i ears on the.Job!......technicians, computer operators and supply clerks who'll We Use Only The Best Quality train 15 young Black news- New York City.Senator
papermen and women with a be received on or before May Brooke was present at the
be right where it's all happening causewellandle! all communications, ground Drugs.
I from the Ford 1'1, 1969. but
pre-luncheon reception
$123,000 grant unable -
measurements and calibrations computations telemetry and timing for this
Dr. C. I! BUCKProprietor Foundation Once selected, the Fellows to remain for the ,
program to put mea on the moon.,.and beyond. .
<. Details of the Frederick will be provided a stipend of ceremony
I Fellowship $4,200, In addition to the costsof
If want to be where it's In then FEC has dynamic Douglass Program,
happening a
you space,
3 Pharmacists To Serve You
Registered called the instruction In
t 1 place for you.COMNIIICATIONS. as the project Is were program A&T Senior Wins
t announced recently in Richmond the fundamentals of journalism
t -A COMPLETE LINE OF- of Raymond H. Boone, The program will emphasize, Wilson FellowshipGREENSBORO
r I TECHNICIANS editor of the RIchmond-Afro- learning by doing, according
Cosmetics I Rubber Goods Candles American, and Frank Adams to Boone and Adams!The Fellows N.C.-Luther

: Applicants should I have at least, 1 year's experience in the following areas: SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS who was named to direct the' will cover: news events, Brown, Jr, ALT State Univer-
Audio Communications CCTV Systems program report on them, and, If their' sity senior, has won the pres-
1 Intercom Systems Telephone Systems CALLED FOR AND .' Applicants for the Frederick accounts merit publication tlrl Woodrow Wilson
: Mobile Radio SystemsLABORATORY DELIVERED- Douglass Fellowships will besought see them published In one or Fellowship, as one of several
from colleges, prisons several of the Afro-American ,victors from 1,500 contestants

j 3 years' electronic laboratory experience maintaining and repair)ng measuring Lilly's Drag Store Sam Whiskey" Stars

transducers, signal conditioners, multiplexor, dlgltyers, recorders and other
complex electronic equipment. Will build breadboard circuits and perform
functional and environmental tests as directed by engineers Develop and use
test circuits and set up and operate laboratory Instrument testing equipment,
I construct specialized measjrlng Instrumentation. Unwind;e.


3 years' experience In the digital computer field in the operation of various, II
peripheral equipment such as: electronic plotting devices, photographic I
development equipment associated with plotting devices,wirlngprogram boards
for printers, and various EAM equipment.

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1-1/2 years' experience the operation of large and medium scale computers. li, ",ht l ,r t n 4 ..tM

Ability to control and direct operations of ,the main computer. Readying .. '
equipment for operation, monitoring operation and corrective action,in stop

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Requires 1 year's experience in warehousing and stock control work. : : !
Interested and qualified applicants call collect Monday tfiru Friday, 9 a.m.. '. t. If.
to S p.m., Employment Office at (305) 184-0200. .'
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Or,- you may send details of your background, ''In confidence to Mr. L.A. ,,

Hamilton, Federal Electric Corporation, Suite 802, Cape Royal Building, ,' ,
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then reward yourselfwith
: Peeping around tike comer are the three stars of<< the mracomint united ,
,' ; America's most, "Sam Whiskey" (L to R) (Clint Walker) O.W. Bandy (Ossle Eavis) Jedldah faster and*

;1 I : Imm| | popular whiskey"f ->; ?t. (Burt Reynolds) Sam Whiskey are checking to see if the coast Is clear enough for them to'
\ FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION begin their the Denver mint of the
caper; robbing precious golden stuff The difference. In
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Q t A Plans for Progress Equal Opportunity Employer, ,1n |m//Q I) SaySeagram's! and Be Sure is to, oddly enough, replace bogus gold with real gold? ?Angle Dlcklngson also stars in the
., Levy-Gardner-Laven presentation of "Sam Whiskey," with Color by DeLu xe. For release '
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I I f Nixon, And Minorities Cassius Clay Quits


,:. Ring On Order

': From MuhammedMIAMI k

asslus Clay, pre- the teaching of the Koran. He
r r 6 ferable Muhammad All, will made It plain that Muslims
talk no longer of returning to would not be with Clay and his
.. tar the teen of former glories, plans.
the boxing ring. Clay philosophized: "Boxing
The quietus has been put .on Is temporary.lwUlbeaMuUm
Muhammad's mouthing by none until the day I die. I only pray
other than Elijah Muhammad, that he will forgive me and let
head of the Muslims. me back We have a saying
4 t M '_ I "Muhammad All Clay, said, that there are no big I's and
) "He's got a right to spank all little you's-ttat It's all in the
J M r. k of us. I'm his humble servant. religion."
What I said was out of place. All won the title in 1964.
Elijah Muhammad was swift He was later stripped of the
and stern in his chastisement title after being convicted of
of the former pugilist. He draft evasion.
published In the Muslim newspaper The United States Supreme
that the boxer's returnto Court has agreed to review
the ring would be against the case. __

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Minority business has come in for considerable discussion recently. The above picture gives States Senator from Massachusetts; Berkeley Burrell 'president of National Business League; MODIl

an Imp.essive cross section of many leaders who came to the White House for a conference Wardell Croft, National Insurance Association president; John Davis, Commerce Labor and : 68 PONTIAC TEMPEST ............... $2695IDOOI
.with the Chief Executive. President Nixon prescribed arrangements for developing and ,industry Corporation; Rev. Walter Fauntroy, MICCO, Inc.: ; Mrs. Dorothy Height, president I i ,320 MOTOR, AUTOMATIC ,,,,.IMISIII)". POWII
coordinating a national program for minority businesses. The Chief Executive outlined ideas of National Council Negro Women; Jdm H.Johnson, president Johnson Publications; Napoleon ltlHINO, mCONOmONIO, 'ACIOIY WAIIANIY.
and plans for Implementation by this unique conference. Among Blacks attending were SamuelJ. Johnson, National Urban League;Mrs.Myrtle Olllson,National Association of Colored Womens 67 T BIRD LANDAU S2895
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NEW YORK-The 1969 editionof musts) and 256 pitchers, how Credit Approved en Spot
Who's Who in Baseball the each player bats and throws,

fifty-fourth in the series and, World Series statistics, height, R. S. EVANS.
the sixteenth consecutive book weight, birthplace and birth
edited by Allan Roth, is now on date .
f=t, sale around the country.The Playing records of 200 players: 3rd & MAIN
new edition contains data not listed in 1968 have been
supplemented in the 1939 edition 114-8381 OPEN 'TIL 9:30: P.M. EL 4.8382
t tAr tu .on 629 major-league players,
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Joe Ross, (center) a business administration associate stTbe corporate advertising and serviceswhosupervisedRo.s'period
B.F. Goodrich Company, Akron, Ohio, registers enthusiasm. of training in the company's advertising department. Ross'
he reviews one of the company's current advertising layouts. exposure to various segments of company activity thus far include MAN'S DAYS"UMIEIED
Interested in his reaction are Laurence L. Sheller(left)) director training data processing, advertising and salaried employment

of advertise_ tor BFG, and George A. Mentzer, manager of departments .

Aretki Frnklin HeoodlinesHoisfoi's "
Your Social "Mans Days are Numbered.
Health and Fortune can be
Bowl I 1969
Securlt Yours when you know your

Aretha Franklin, the world Conference. He 'was the DOCTOR'S INSURANCE INL Lucky Days.

renowned First Lady of Soul' organizer of the 1963 March HOME, Lucky Colors, ect.
Music, will headline a galaxy In Detroit In which Dr. Martin i Send $2 00 for your
of stars who will be performing Luther King, Jr. led half a L OFFICE.i Horoscope Guide for
In the famed Houston, minim -peopls through the AGI i UKI
Texas Astrodome June 13-15. streets of the Motor City. By 65 I APRIL
The three-day gala, known as entering the field of establishing HOSPITAL
below and .. .
in thenation's Fill in the blank .r.
"Soul Bowl 69" was organized low-cost housing
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office
Franklin --- -
Rev. -
by the International Afro, ghettos,
Musical and Cultural Found. is actually carrying onthework "Workers under age 65 who Security office will ; able to I Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla,

lion, of which Aretha's father, begun by Dr. King before an become disabled should not help you prove your age. !
Rev. C.L. Franklin, is presi assassin's bullet claimed his delay in filing a claim for disability If you are having difficulty NAME-
dent. ,life In Memphis last yar. Insurance benefits which establishing your age, you may l STREET i
Benchmark Proof I. Sont, Loulivltl, Ky
OF J Selyr.m'i Kentucky Str.lhBourbon Whlikty Jotcph Seagram fe
The purpose of the "Soul Bowl Dr. King's widow,Mrs.Coretta may be payable to them under submit any of the following DATE BIRTH
'69" is to raise money to King, and Dr. Ralph Abernathy, social security," says JamesH. documents: ((1) Baptismal
promote low-cost; .housing in Dr. King's successor as the MiddletonSocialSecurity record showing\ your date of.
the nation's ghettos, and to. president of SCLC, are both Officer In Charge of the Carver CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 I' / I l 1/ 1 1 1 1 / 1
promote lending Institutions designed honorary members of the board- Station office.
to aid In the establish- of directors of the International Although payments do not begin "SOUL" Treatment
mentof small businesses.In Afro Musical and Cultural until the seventh i month It If
addition to Aretha Franklin, Foundation.! Two of .King's month of disability, Middleton for NATURAL HAIRMURRAY'S
other top recording artists who closest: associates Rev. James emphasized that the disabled
will be appearing In "Soul Bowl Bevel and Rev. Jesse Jackson worker should file his claim u -r &V !
'69' Include Ray Charles, Sam are also board members. soon u possible ,ftgrhis
and Dave, Perky Sledge,Jimmy To date, fifteen local chapters disability begins.
Wttherspoon, Redd FOIl, Johnny of International Afro Musical; This ,,11111" the worker' and ter;
"Guitar' Watson-and Dave and Cultural Foundation have the social security office time _. .
.and VH. been established In cities such .to obtain the proofs and documents _
One evening of "Soul Bowl u Los Angeles, Detroit, New needed to process the
''69 will be devoted to Gospel Orleans, Cleveland, Louisville, claim Delays may thus beavoided
Music with such stellar attractions St. Louis, Memphis, Dallas, : and it can mean that)
: as TheStapleSlngers, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicagoand beenfits will be received on y
Clara Ward, The Swan Silver- Houston. The function of the date they an due. KuaeAYr
tones, Dixie Hummingbirds, each chapter is to raise moniesto IIII/i/l/ HURRAY'S.Il..r
The Soul Stirrers, Rev. James mderwlte the cost of staging There are many persons in +W rl-1 IMIy
Cleveland and The DavisSlsters' "Soul Bowl '69"and to organize this area who are delaying
performing. bus loads of spectators for the filing of an application for social Ain AnbrlNn '\\.II [ -
r.Jr.t;\ :. hInSY: hnlr hnnntn /
Musical categories "Soul Bowl" who will converge security benefits, because they h/I1N IlA Y'M IYIAIAL/:{
presented in the festlvsl Include upon Houston by chartered buses don't have an original birth Et.HfI: .: : : : NenW hl., nulkr',.ypr.Auph./h./r.Ileks: fee
for the festival. certificate. According to Mr. 1111 .. N.rerrear. or h4h;
African and West Indian,Blues, NAY' e al.ln hrlealbnu
Rev. Franklin looks "Soul Middleton "many attaining '-'r s*,hi': u.l N.IP.I A Nr.nl. ,fdroy
Ballads and Pop Mule, Jars upon persons .... JI.1n
Bowl '69" u Black America' retirement will not lilt fnt I .._h'o 011.1. Tel.
Rock and Roll, Rhthm and age '10"'..'ro..N.Iall drq nod eu.nMN. euuolen. !
Blues and Gospel. answer to the predominantly- be able to obtain an original YIPV.Ce'UCTI CO. McDUFF N. of BEAVER SATURDAY MATINEES 1.30I
Rev. Franklin Is a member of white-oriented Orange Bowl, birth certificate. However, 4M OxfMM 4(101
, the. executive board of theSouthern Cotton Bowl, Rose Bowl andKentucky this is no reason to be alarmed,
Christian Leadership Verb. ]..., because the staff of the Social .I

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Helping Education FASHIONS AT A GLANCEBy Corporation Managers


A performance in New York by family home on east 65th Street
a 4-year-old little miss at the to be used. a cultural centerto
end of "Togas from Togo" a promote world friendship
fashion revue of Ahicas-!n, Her daughter, Mrs Charles M.
spired fashions may well be Clarke, president of Caravan,
the beginning of a colorful which gives art shows concerts

modelling career. and language lessons.
J Little Starr Spann, (and the The unique flowing was an
name Is sultable)-patterning effort on the part of Dr. Ohio
after the African mothers IP (who Is also his country's com
$ t mercial attache wells
a very grown-up and sophisticated as
manner-modeled bright ambassador to Canada and
red-bordered shin, with a doll permanent representative toPic
"baby" tucked into the hood of United Nations) to bring the
the dress at the back! African fashions to the attention
Attractive personableStarris of the fashion Industry. ...:.._- ",. ,.: .,.....;:
the niece of designer, Mrs. Dr. Ohln wore one of the kentes Ames H. Blow (right), new general manager of the rochester
Ada Williams (wife of the Rev. (togas) draped fashionably over (:N.Y.) Business Opportunities Corporation (F FBOCO), receives
Benjamin Williams pastor of an apricot lace shirt,which was instructions from his predecessor, John L. Blake. Blow was a
the Faith, Hope and Charity made by Mrs. Ohio senior engineer at Xerox Corporation. Blake, who guided the
Church of God and Christ Prior to her marriage to Rev. orpnlzation that works to develop Inner-city businesses through
Jamaica). Mrs Williams, with Williams Mrs. Williams was its first year, has Joined the Marine Midland Trust Company as
Dr. Alexander Ohln, a surgeon employed in the children's assistant secretary. RBOC grew from a plan submitted by
1 who is Togo's Ambassador to clothing Industry. Eastman Kodak Company in November 1967 Already 34
the United States, collaboratedin When Dr, Ohln showed his businesses have received bans, loans to IB others are under
the stellar fashion extravaganza fabrics to Mrs. Clarke, she. final consideration, and 52 others are being reviewed. The
held at Caravan House. asked Mrs. Williams to try potential first-year sales of the M businesses are reportedat
tF11 Caravan House was foundedIn her hand at adapting them for more than $4 billion NPI Photo
i 1929 by the late Mrs. Lewis the show
Stuyvesant Chanter, whose "There was nothing but dash- Market Developers Hold
husband was lieutenant governor Jds around the neighborhood,
of New York during the and I wanted to do something
governorship of Charles Evans different," Mrs Williams explained Fourth Annual In WashingtonCONTINUED
My sister and I spent
Hughes Mrs Chanler left the FROM PAGE 7
hours going through pictures at
YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR the Schomburg Collection the scheduled for Wednesday 'The Urban Coalition
SOCIAL SECURITY public library. We didn't want afternoon on "Marketing The Awards luncheon will
'IDr "Personnel." Thursday norn- follow and the rest of
to copy exactly We wanted occupy
:Calvin Shirley of Fort Lauderdale presents Dr. Benjamin L. the FAMU Alumni Association.: Present for the gift were Willie DISABILITY BENEFITS! clothes American children Ing's sessions will feature the the afternoon The traditional

Perry, Jr., $100 on his pledge of J500 to the Florida AtM E. Jenkins ((1)), executive-director, FAMU Foundation, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 would wear." same format with workshops VIP Reception, scheduled for
I j University Scholarship Fund. Donors of $500 or more dollars Inc; FAMU President Perry, Dr. Shirley, and G.W. Conoly, school record Turbans however, were not, on "Black Entiepreneurship," Friday evening, will mark the
becomo associates in the FAMU Foundation, Inc. The pledgewas executive secretary, FAMU Alumni Association. birth, ((2)) Early copied the tlelng of turbansis and "Public Relations." A. close of convention activities
made during a meeting of the Fort I.auderdale Chapter of t3)) U.s. Census record, ((4)) Old a status symbol-It Indicates nationally-known economistwill ,with the exception of a Board
Bible or ((5)) Insurance '
I family whether the African woman is be the luncheon speaker. of Directors meeting scheduled
. Handling Problems Of NeedyWASHINGTON policy which shows age or date unman'led, man led or pieg- Thursday afternoon's session for Saturday morning
NAACP Advises Senate Com.. On of birth. will be devoted presentation Persons desiring Information
also submit a military Boots
may were replaced'rUh' dealing with "Positive Com about the convention should contact -
-(NPI))-The aiding the poor impoverished; South Carolina submitted the. mum, bult'b.assistance.welfare, and record an early 1 employment Jiggling anklets Hair was re- munity Action Programs." On either Paul E.Z. Brown,.
.U.s. Senate Select Committee on ores of South Carolina following recommendations to housing record which shows your age styled into Afro hairdos Friday morning, the last NAMD Executive Director, 201
Nutrition and Human Needs has The Rev I. DeQulncey New- .the committee headed by Sen- Expansion of the U.s. Officeof or date of birth. Even a child's Small fry likened to off-springs session will feature nationally- Ashby Street N.W.Atlanta,Ga.,
been given an NAACP plan for man, NAACP field director for ator George S. McGovern Economic Opportunity and birth certificate can be used of African chieftains padded (known personalities discussing 30314, and/or, Chick Smith,
p1sDJ). the US. Department of Agri- as preof of your age. barefoot danced to the beat of the recently released study 1357 Juniper Strut NW
I II Putting South Carolina high on culture to provide direct If you have any questions about a tom-tom amidst guests assembled One Year Later" produced Washington, D.C. 20012.a ., ,
I, IN TOWN APARTMENTFOR the priority list for immediate financial assistance to the the documents for proof of your <': in the art gallery Jointly by Urban America and.
BEST BUT RENT federal action to provide mini- needy until such times U age or any other part of the
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