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 19, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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UN IV. OF FLORIDA + r various areas of the country,

even Michigan.the northern state of

In Daytona Beach earlier this
,week more than 300 students
stayed away from classes at
RACE ATTACK SCENE Campbell Senior High School
IU a matter of protesting
I .w' w desegregation of a Volusla
County school area. Students
* * I promised to return Tuesday.
Police Seek Clues Students They at the Deland South

Picked House Poor Farriers I western High School, within the

: same area, were still out of
classes Monday. More than 300

Hears Newest To Most Recent Of Say Kershiw's a students total of skipped 412. Instruction classes, out con-of

tinued, however.

Of Complains Remarks Uifair ..# In both Instances Black

MIAMI Last Wednesday, ,NAVAL AIR'STATION, JACKSONVILLE Sgt. Paul L. Tucker, 195 J graduate of Matthew students insisted that desegregation -
Jacksonville's GJEO Is suffering School StabbingsGAINESVILLE following the demonstrationsmade W. Gilbert School, If shown above after having turned to the same room where he was sworn'' meant that they were
again from rumblings by marchers in the In the United States Army In 196S. However, this ii the occasion on which he was awarded the shifted to white schools Ferndale
of several different natures Commander officer of the Armod Forces In Michigan,
Interest of better welfare upon 'AIr Medal by Elmer G. Huber,commanding Examine HEW
Jaions are criticising officialsand In and Entrance Station here Tucker Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tucker, 7260 Wilson' 'la particular, the
a most recent outburst of attacks two the State Capitol, Rep. Joe administration said it was
a local, organisation Boulevard. The award was given because distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement -
University of Florida students were stabbed by a roving band of Kershaw expressed tve opinion off the
suggests the possibility of a while participating in sustained serial flight from Chu La! during twenty-five combat considering cutting
Blacks said to be part of a Black militant group. that "deadbeats" should betaken
if effective is Vleteamlle wa. from the last and Is school system because of Its
probe something support flights in discharged Army. February currently
The two students, white, were off the welfare rolls and
not worked out for the poor( set upon in front of a fruernlfJ.'house 'porters of 14 Black' Panthers'.' put> to work. .-mployed by a Jacksonville firm. Sergeant Tucker's' wife, the former Dorothy Ansiey of delays.
people the GJEO ,Is supposedto near ttecaaipui.Accord. kh'-jaU Witowing bomtflnTMts' I Early thU*;WeelTousentirsREP. ; '" -"weksonville; Is"shown sharing the honors. Official Photo, U.SNavy "'!'
help.A jammed the, courthouse and ..
log to testimony about 10 W' "'
packed house Monday at the .marched on Wall Street. : .1: Leads' DriveL
headquarters on Ocean Street Negroes were in the attacking Inside the courtroom lawyerswere ri : 1 Unfair GIIII '
The whites slid they
heard the reading of three, were group stabbed as the Negroes squabbling'over fines of .... I Coed Sentenced ForI .
but somewhat similar, lists of $100,000 each for the Panthersand I """ ',
walked them One
past pulleda
,complaints against David Swain, wantd them reduced. Of
knife. U.S. Sipporl t I x
hired in 1968 to serve as David Brothers, chairman of
director of the GJEO West Side According to police, no suspects the Panther Party, tried to get Classmate
could be fo.ad.
Center, the nerve' center of into the courtroom,but,because Slaying
The rash of attacks brings toa
Hit By Needy
operations.The he refused to be searched, was
total 13 with the past two
tension in the meetlngwas kept out. More than 700 milled
also punctuated by the presence weeks Police suspect that the around outside, MIAMI Blacks In Miami
of a new militant group of young attackers, apparently Juveniles, William Kunstler, nationally- resent the fact that Cubans can In .Argument
are sympathizers with the
men, "The Florida Black known civil rights lawyer get help with greater ease than
Trent. Only two of their Black movement now sweeping labeled the high ban"anattonaldisgrace they. This feeling is Increasingthe
members engaged in making the country. which stems directly tension between whites, L__ ....
> Three students were attacked Cubans accord-' MIAMI "Eight years at hard labor In the State Prison for
suggestions The others from a decision to destroy the Negroes ERIC SIMPSON
in a battle preceding the one, Women" was the sentence Imposed on an 18-year-old Miami
extensive report
Levi Wilcox and Black Panther Party In particular lag to an
mentioned.In JOE KERSHAW released by the University ot Jackson High coed following her conviction for the pistol murder Eric 0 Simpson, editor and
Moses Davis served as leaders and militant Black men .
another area of the country of another student on January I. 1968. publisher of the Florida Star;
It felt that an SOS call and women in general" Miami.
was New York, hundreds of sup- 'with Kershaw's remarks, 74 The revealing knowledge A tense, sympathetic court; However, Judge Van ruled that, has announced the completion
should be made to either the
Black, one white, showed up at points out that "The Cuban room, tearful, distraught and If that were done, "the court of plans for the mammoth
Atlanta or the Washington offices Delta SfMi Thetas ReadyFor
his home here, following a confrontation -
still beard
hopeful parents
Considerable time refugee program has been an would go condoning Eugene 1. Butler Chapter of
was Saturday..
on overwhelming success In providing Circuit Court Judge Harold carrying weapons to school? the Cancer Drive, to be held'In
taken up in nominating a Thirteenth Jabberwock 'Kershaw, charged with turning the Cuban refugee, arriving Vann Intone the sentence of Blanche Ward's future depends the Educational Building of
committee of seven to serve his back on Negroes, countered destitute on American Blanche Ward, 18, for a upon her, felt the judge. Good Ararat Baptist Church,Rev.
It was then that the Black The Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority by saying "They've got a rightto soil, tbe means of self- manslaughter conviction in the words from teachers, friends, Dallas Graham, pastor. As
Power members emphasized will present its thirteenth biennial Jabberwock this Saturday, peaceful demonstrations.And sufficiency and economic sudden and expected death ,relatives and officials add General Chairman, Simpson
that such a procedure was not April 19, at 8 p.m. In the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium The by the same token, I have'a viability.. of a classmate, Linda toward helping the young lady will be supported by Council-
fair, since those chosen to serve of this is "The Sensational Sixties.." right to my opinion." Llpscomb 16, during an
theme year's presentation It has been brought out that prove herself. However, woman Singleton, Mrs. Ethel
were among those making Since 1>25 many Delta Kappa Sorority, "Pot and The leader of the pickets was Cubans can get as much u argument, a scuffle and much Blanche's future, her returnto Davenport Bannister, Principal
complalntc... chapters around the nation have Flower Children"; Omega Psl 'Mrs. Gladys Taylor, who\ also $100 per month in welfare confusion stemming ,from an her sorrowful parents and Chester Cowart, Bishop G.N.
Complaints were thrown sponsored the Delta Jabberwock Phi Fraternity, "Mod Sounds led in the march of last week but Blacks can get argument over a ballpoint pen. return to school are all in the Collins and city wide leaders
against Swain. One was that to raise money for the chapter and Dances", New Stanton on the Capitol. payments. A slim, dark girl, Blanche future and workers.
Swain refused to delegate scholarship funds Tbe Senior High School, "Black Mrs. Taylor felt that Kerdiaw Further the report says, Ward, trembling, almost
authority. Another complaint ."should try to help us get better without .words too Mammoth Ciicer Meeting
"Jabberwock", a mythical Is Beautiful"; Matthew W. outstanding Negroes are awareof tearfully, Drive
spoke of racial prejudices and character in Lewis Carrol'sAlice Gilbert High School, "The pay for the jobs some of us the disparities and have heard Judge Vann give her
of favoritism. Swain was In In Wonderland, called Disenchanted";William Raises manage to do, and not bring his expressed hope that something credit for the 14 months already At Mt. Ararat Monday Apr. 21enthusiastic
absentia Two other own color down" Mrs. Taylor in Blanche Ward '
top together the members of his School, "Freedom, Dissent and can be done about it. spent jail. I
officials, Ronald Allen, executive kingdom once a year for the Democracy"; and Alpha Kappa concluded by saying all, Cubans experience little discrimination heard the jurist remind her responses have been received concerning
director and Alton Tales we put him In his seat. that all at the mammoth Kickoff Drive for the Eugene Butler
purpose of putting on a show. Alpha Sorority, "An African according to the things being equal, she attendance
deputy director, were presentbut Similarly, Delta chapters can Safari." The best skits In the One ot the signs carried by report They are, in many will be eligible for parole In Chapter of the Duval Division of the Cancer Society, according
silent., various organizations In the two divisions Organizationsand the picketers read "Kick Ker Instances, well educated and ,six months. to" those- In charge.
Complaints were made mainly community to contribute a Schools, will be awarded shaw Out." prepared to succeed. Blanche, one of a family of 18 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church's Presiding elders and leading
by three board members, short, snappy and Interesting first and second prizes. The lawmaker insisted that The report Is Included in children, two brothers of whom Educational Building, of which of other denominations have
lynwood Lee, president of the skit, as a phase of the entertaining Chairman and co-chairman of there are many "deadbeats'on 650 are In prison for murder In a Rev Dallas Graham Is pastor, pledged to give time and attention ,
local NAACP, Mrs Alice Mack program. Jabberwock are Mary Cplemanand the rolls and that they shouldbe I pages.Divil, voice almost inaudible, tried to will be the scene of the drive, to this most Importantof
Turner, and Mrs. Elres John Participants in the 1969 Jab- Sara Washington. removed( Mrs. Taylor reminded explain herself. The task was with citizens from all walks drives. Moderators of
son. All in all, fifty-three berwock are u follows: Phi The public Is Invited attend. her hearers that "He I Extension almost too difficult. "I realize ,of life already pledging Baptist churches,ministers
grievances were, leveled at the Beta Sigma Fraternity, "Fun insulted us, and said we were 'that because of me having gun support\ to what has been envisioned leaders have been forwarded
absent Swain. ,Time A Go-Go"; Phi Delta deadbeats and deadheads." :in school!," the teenager said, as the most successfulof letters. Many have already expressed *
Lee pointed out that Swain Unit Sponsors "Linda L1p comb Is dead."She drives against the dread their willingness to
was not removed from the West At Edward Waters Milestone 'seemed to be talking to herself.A disease. help fight the battle. .
Side Center directorship but tense, quiet, almost tomb- The meet will be held on Principal Chester Cowart of
was put In charge of the East Food Program like"sTTence, followed herremarks. .Monday olghf:April 21,7:30pm.: Northwestern Junior High
and West Side Centers He also h 1 '. Eric O. Simpson, edltonna School will effectuate the
criticized the fact that Swain She said something about returning publisher of the Florida Star; program In the area of
The Duval Extension
Is an outsider. Three speakers County to school' Is General Chairman for the education.
were together In. saying they Home Economics Office is However, the Judge pronounced area. Aiding Editor Simpson Democratic committeeman
will resort to the OEO main sponsoring a series of classes the sentence In face of the fact will be well-known Mrs. Ethel have been wed to serve Is
or regional offices. on "Food For The Family" that the Public Defender Davenport Bannister, chairman their precincts.
President Lee made it plain which will be held on Thursday Thomas Peterson, appearlngas of the Special Events Committee. According to Chairman Simpson :
that the NAACP will quit If mornings, from f.30 to 11:30 a witness, emotionally outlined Mrs. Bannister will bring letters of Invitation and
foe grievances are not resolved a.m. and again in the evening Miss Ward's life u i model a large contingent of workersto information have been placedin
and that a movement might be from 7:00: to .900 p.m. The prisoner, willing, obedient, the meeting. the malls Contacts have been
under way toward "scuttling classes will begin on April during her jailing He went Notable among those who have made by phone However, all
the program.'' M, and will be held In Room further to paint most vividly the.' pledged support Is Councilwoman the leaders have urged that
Dr. W.W. ScheU also asked 407 of the Courthouse. poverty-stricken background of Mary L. Singleton.Mrs. each citizen of Jacksonville
Attorney Earl M. Johnson of These will be tour-weekseries the girl.He asked for leniency. Singleton has pledged make himself a committee of,
City Council to give a brief and topics will Include: He pointed to the fracas, which complete supprt and has agreed one to Inform others. The
analysis of the GJEO laws. "Get to Orbit With Meal disrupted schooling at the high to serve on the Committee On. leaders are emphasizing the
Mention was also made' that Planning", "Fashions In school, u one stemming from Action. need of letting an early and
Swain, temporarily, seems to Foods' "Meals In Minutes' taut emotions, possibly egged Bishop G.N. Collins,presiding substantial start against the ,
be serving la the capacity of andCompany's Comm on by friends and opponents. Bishop of the Eleventh District enemy Cancer. _"
administrator, under plans none the many who attended the dedication of the Stewart-Hatcher Science Building Sunday This program Is free and The defense appealed for the of the AME Church, Is spar- Farther information can be '
Initiated by the latter Involving April 13, at Edward Waters College were three leaders above, each of whom played a vital reservations should be made Incarceration of the girl In the heading the drive in the AME. secured by calling the Florida !
the decentralization of the two roll la the completion of te CGIII Id.-0n the'left is Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Florida,whd by April t2. Call or write the Florida School for Girls for a 'churches of the area. Bishop Star, 354-6783. This city wide
centers. was Instrumental'In getting government support for the building. Dr. William B. Stewart, Extension Office, 355-4451, brief period, following which Collins will serve In a most meeting Is open to the public.
The grievances were not re president of the widely known AME school, stands In the center. On the right Is Bishop G.N? Extension'310. she would be sent to stay with cooperative capacity In that Come early and get a .seat.
solved. Collins,,presiding prelate of the church's eleventh rilnrrlct. Bob Smith Photo ** a sister In, New. York City respect. ***.*** w 4 4L

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company

hard to believe but one of the most revered figures in the
civil rights movement A. Philip Randolph! was 80 years old,
April 15 Still rigorous, Phil Randolph has become a legend

his own UIn.
NEGRO p RNATIONAL to be militant today-everyone Is. But Phil Randolph
was'militantback in the early partof this century, when lynchingwas
still a favorite.Southern pastime and Northern racism

ERIC 0, SIMPSON..MANA.INfi EBITOR wu III those rampant.bitter days, Randolph.edited a radical news magazine,
TIle Messenger and spoke at meetings all over the country

CILIA IOOTEN..CIRCBLATION MANNER I remember, u a young man in Louisville, Kentucky, listening
t. spellbound! to Randolph 'I"rolling tones and splendid oratory.

MAILING ABBRESS Eighty years fighting for the
full rights of Black people and
the oppressed everywhere have
2323 MONCBIEF ROAD left many memories, many high g
points. I recall marching with
P.O. BOX 5JJ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIBA 32201 Phil Randolph in the 1963 March
on Washington, and other eventsIn
which be took part of whlci
MORE 354-S7I2 r he was a folding figure, but I 4
T QTY think two of his greatest accomplishments f '
MIAMI OFFICE 5011 I.'. M" lYE. & /' were the 'J"'JootT.I
U organization of his union and ,.
PRONE 751-3079 :t a .At his role In getting a fair em 1
mentpracticeproclamationA. ....

;L1/ SUBSCRIPTION KATE ,..lJ'fatof'LAWABIDING ploo 1941. __
Philip Randolph Is probably best known as the longa
One Year, $12.00. Half Year, $7.00 Mailed To YonAnywhere NEGROES MUST STOP JUSTIFYING NEGRO bead of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, organised In

In the United State LAWLESSNESS ON DENIAL OF RIGHTS-MUST SPEAK 1925. Have you any Idea of what It meant to organize any
Advance workers but especially Black workers In,those days?
Subscription Payable in OUT FRANKLY AGAINST THE CRIMINAL ELEMENTS It is easy now to forget that unions didn't get full bargaining

Send, Check Or.Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O.: BOX 695 OF NEGRO YOUTH: rights until the 1930's and that people used to work six and
even seven day-weeks for a dollar a day. Those were the days
JACKSONVILLE. ,FLORIDA 32201 \\:. when goon squads roughed up and even killed union organlzen
And if things were bad for white workers, you can Imagine what
I FOR SAFETY IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY! they must have been for Black worker who had the courageto

Is Nixon Taking The Peace Initiative ? ., .......faaa.lhirsaa.a....a..a.asaa.....atn..Ha.._as.aa. .saa.aaaaasar But stand the up Brotherhood for their rights.defied the opposition of management,and It
negotiated wage Increases and better working conditions even
The tax burden of carrying on the Viet- before It was formally recognized 1937. The onion also helped
nam War is raising up the dust for the Black workers In other fields for here was a Black-run labor
I YOUR WEEKLY organlzatta that stood up for the rights of the Negro worker.
American. And he now Is readyto
average Phil Randolph became the Negro's voice within the labor move
follow any leader who promises an end ment constantly prodding to support equality. Be formed the
to the war and hopefully a reduction of American Negro Labor Council to eliminate discrimination
taxes. from labor's ranks and he continues this fight to the present

Developments in several quarters seem HOROSCOPE GUIDEBy day.Most -
i people though, will remember Phil Randolph for calling,
to confirm unofficial
that Presi-
In January 1941, for a March on Washington. The nation was
dent Nixon has launched a determined starting to come out of a Great Depression that lasted for a
program to disentangle the United States decade. Defense factories were booming, and workers them
from the war in South Vietnam If he can E PABLO The ASTROLOGER were getting high wages. But Blacks were left out. Out of
do 30,000 defense workers In the New York area, less than 200
this, he Is a magician! a t! were Black.

The strategy appears to be a secret !I PhIl Randolph and other leaders tried to get the PresUent

program which meshes diplomatic and military = WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS I I do something about this, but Jim Crow was still riding high In
measures aimed at reducing the num- '" those days. The nation was preparing for a war to preserve
ber of American casualties in the weeks r .. ., democracy, but It denied the most elementary democratic

and months ahead and permitting the with- FORBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL ,1 rights to Black citizens.
e E So PhIl Randolph In the days when "Black Power" had yet to
drawal of some American troops toward a captivate the press told Black citizens "you have power" but
the end of the year.U. "our problem Is to hitch It up for action on the broadest most

S. Tactics are gradually being utilized -, e ? E daring and most gigantic scale."
the initiation of diplomatic obJective' -' '," ', ,' ., Official Washington flew Into a panic. Mn. Roosevelt, Cabinet
o.that will end in ......a............a..aa..tii.a..anal...a.......atai..............aa.1 I secretaries, and other top people put pressure on Randolph to
J a negotiated set- ---- -------- --
can off the March. But civil rights agencies like the Urban
tlement. According to reports, Instead of League and the NAACP closed ranks behind Mm and the March
military victory and this makes the Paris ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN was scheduled for July 1.

peace negotiations more meaningful than BORN JUNE On June 25, President Roosevelt gave In and signed an executive
they have been before URN MARCH BORN SEPT. BORN OEC order prohibiting discrimination In defense industries and
llii JULY 22ii setting up a fair employment practices commission that became
The Nixon has everything to gain by 2Kb APRIL unIt
2311[ OCT. llii IAN. ISth the model for later federal Job action.
finding a satisfactory solution to the unpopular Mix How It is all too
must must. It more freely. many easy to become swept up by the latest fashions
and tragic conflict in Vietnam as could you be that previous, you actions soon as possible If the war drags on, taken in haste turned out to realize that we might have had may look as if negotiations are beginning of a new era comes the of brave men like A. Philip Randolph.
it is only a matter of time and probablynot be the wrong ones. Rather than many more friends to our simply getting nowhere It maybe necessity of doing all .the
credit had been the possible to bring them to a Once has
we only groundwork a person
much more time before the Nix- suffering Just to uphold the
war first to extend the hand' conclusion during this quarter. mastered self, the next step is The Housewife's MysteryOne
pride it may be wiser to eat
on inherited becomes "Nixon's", as humble pie and reestablish the some people are already calling it. former order in the existence. ceded that it is through others resolved, it may te) wiser to discover: new fields to conquer. farmer's wife suddenly and unex-
No one knows this better than the Presi- There is little doubt about that we gain Insight knowledge, postpone further talks until Success relative. A Job well pectedly suffered an emotional breakdown.
experience and often the necessary early summer when the mood, done, a talent brought to perfection -
dent himself. .It Is the people's mandate Arlene being the center of their She
was rushed to the in the
boost up the ladder of to get on with pending matters an ideal established, hospital
that he end the war soon.Citiieis' own little worlds. Tbeycanrule that it that termed nearest city, and to
The far urgent
It with wisdom and restraint success. younger generation is more appears and anything maybe assigned temporarily
especially when they have con. should take note and get to be present.Besides,' progressive or brought to attention the psychiatric ward.
themselves off to a more promising whatever may be decided upon are all success of sorts,
siderable mileage behind them. Hovering anxiously in the corridor the
New Tax MoodBy start B is not bold water when''I from which
who so easy to now may depending angle one old
People enjoy farmer, her able
shablessings create the illusions has been husband was finally
that we can. undue pressure applied is looking at them.
every odds, there is' nothing in the
history or the present mood of the peo- replacement. single-handed. It does not take forced upon, unwilling people. out," he said. -No one said anything

ple in the several states to suggest that a J. 40 -18 u. 67M6TAWS long for life to knock these '1. 10 -14 .33. 89 909 to her. No one came around and bothered
notions out of heads.
great majority of them want vital state our' her. Why she hasn't been out of the kit-
and federal taxes excessively curtailed, or 2-63-. !s -44- 8-"l23' AOBARIBS chen for at least thirty years!"

that they want vital government services SCORPIO BORN IAN. This incident may seem facetious and

,reduced even if means a savings in taxes. evoke a chuckle or a laugh.' Yet. there

However, every time the citizen turns DORM APRIL LEO BORN OCT. 2111 FEB. ISth is tragedy in this story for all house-

around the legislators are conjuring up wives who spend their lives kitchen I
2ltk RAY 21th .' llii Keep movfng. Continue to in the .
some kind of new tax to balance the bud- BORN JOLT 24th NOV. maintain a lively Interest la cooking for husband and children.

get. No citizen desires indescriminatebud Keep drifting 'I'IIucc.nt remains .. Its the way up.Wren one reads things and individuals,and makeit Mother or housewife she deserves more
get-whacking but he doesn't want tax on the inner person, 23rd AH. 22ii the biographies of great men and a personal matter to,.ee toil than this. She deserves a vacation from
not private tho u Ch h.cODfJdent1al women, they more often(ban not that the otter half does likewise, the kitchen
monies wasted on something that is Be down to earth. If th,,._ Is once in a blue moon. Most
activities and all things that reveal the great hardships and As the weather Improves, the
imperative.We cannot stand the glare have involved the citizen's incomes, licity. Some may be busy related or to earn a stick profit with In It some before success finally-crowned search of new sights and adventures If they had to do what most wives must

both federal and states with heavy taxes, recuperating, relaxing, or if it takes way until midsummerto even their efforts. This should betaken should also become 'do. If any husband doubts this, we invite
and even a surtax. How did we get into engaged in self-improvement obtain final results. There as an example by younger keener. Anyone who is considering him to take over his wife's responsibilities -
projects. B 1s essential to be who nave ambition but at this time"may
the Vietnam war anyway? Well, the news freed of allworries and to shy may be much research, legalwork who Scorpion may become discouraged at not marriage be deterred by UN Just one week. The truth would be

media has not explained it adequately to away from all tensions whenever or before plain the red tape to go the prospect of what they still disparity of ages. But since Impressed indelibly upon his mind.
the on the street. War is making mil- possible. In cases where through chapter can ahead. For Our wives deserve
man be closed. B Is dlffucnlt for hart face to get there seems to bt no cause time off from the
lionaires out of the munition makers but romance may step In, circumstances Leos to cultivate patience when .one thto marriage mould be for undue haste, it may bt kitchen whether we take "hasn't been out
and the man could impose silenceon considered on the basis of it wiser to wait until summer to of the kitchen"
it is
making poorer poorer they are burning to get going.But actually or literally. Moth-
all the at least rather
principals asset
economic in
; being an reach a final decision this
this will hare to be donetoget ers and
farthest down. wives deserve two
until certain obstacles have liability. meals at a res-
than a respect.
anywhere for the next I to
Yes, it takes more to run governmentthan been removed. 6501956655
) months 5-60-18-55-55-345-! : taurant each
: week.
It did let us say 75 "years ago; but 1.80 15-99.3-115 Husbands, be thoughtfulabout
.we must also remember that with popu- 2.60 18 88 Z4 -181 your wives. Carry them to Morri-
lation increase there are more peopleto PISCES sons Howard Johnson. Holiday Inn, and'.
pay taxes.If delightful eating facilities!
our tax system was revised, and If GEMINI BORN FEB.

monies were spent more efficiently And our' URN MAY Alt. NOV. ISth Mil 2m .His Week i. Neajre ,History
not be critical. we
taxpayers hope that the would voters will not let the ABM 21st IIRE 21st 23rd SEPT. 22U 23 OEC. 21stGet Living la experience. Those .u more than 17, 1118 20 Germans: If.ecIham while Roberts and Henry Johnson destroyed
them for is on with It. There 1s little who have had to earn ttelr living CIII sentry duty daring World War
system imposed upon B endures. B can happen thatme Foresight abort alL One must point feeling sorry for oneself the hard way are generally the I.Aprti
strong doubt that it is absolutely neces longer it takes to realize take into account the needs and over the amount .; 'wished rf the other the tine value of money: 17. 1118: BIrtII of the late NIt .
sary.. a hope, the greater may be the members to be accomplished before an singer In 'King' Cole, DoPu-
I' .r fulfillment It'. like Miring a of the household at all times, ambition can be realised. B is Preview lessons, la mis con- Montgomery, Ala

friend overnight, the kind that,. even when this entails making one'of the fallacies 0(modern- section, should bt extremely April 18, 1723
Give To doesn't even remember your personal sacrifices. Those who day thinking to believe that one useful In drawing up a program Negro : Governor Drummer at Massachusetts accused
: fucWvelJaft.
Dame tomorrow. Bat when aa bear tilt responsibility for the can step right out of the classroom for future action. Anyone who of arson In Boston
attachment Is formed by having welfare and happiness others and occupy the president'schair. remains unwed could have a
suffered or shared exciting experiences besides themselves must accept .- While schooling may changt of mind when the right ,April doe t1.tht 18,1921, : Robert a. C1Iun: .r.former-slave who became
r together it often It gracefully and do It Justice teach us aU wt know, In the person comes along. But It 1s died at ,Wealtblelt 4. and m os Influential mea in Tennessee,
The AMERICAN lasts a lifetime. Gemlnlans to the full extent of their MOM of learning and theory: necessary to provide some as- are ,
general prefer to know many' abilities. Anyone refusing to wt have to live ,lift and exptrltnct -; slstanct in this direction by April 11. 1723 Ala
than to be bound to one. But do so may have to account aU of its vicissitudes' getting around more and Malted : adlnauce wu puce II Boston which 0-
. there art those Who ..., ,to his or her conscience sooner to really find oat the meaning meeting as many strangers as the streets Negroes; mulattoes and IIIIUau from congregating!; II
CANCER SOCIETY metered and who now realise 'or later, and this. is not likely of education and dtvelap-; chance or circumstances will .

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r United Church Of Christ Deposits $40,000 With Black-Controlled Savings Group

I World Of BooksBy Homeroom Mother Of The Year _-- Qgeehs-CoRimvnity In N.Y.

JOSEPH L, TURNER Receives Special AssistNEW

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BRANDY ON THE ROCKS: tie kitchen to be married to YORK CITYThree ling Cary, hadbeen authorizedto

Written by MARYL JAMES: her favorite photographer, and ,. agencies of the United Churchof Investigate black banks In
Published by LANCER OOOKS. to live quietly with her little Christ today deposited$40 the Greater New York area
New York: 191 pp.: $0.60 Pa- doe 'Malcolm.' OuO In a black controlled with the view of transferringsome
perback.It In 'Brandy on the Rocks* savings and loan association United Church reservesto
Miss Collins is scheduled to : which finances new housing for these banks
Is delightful when a new model a series of fashions ti the black community of He said the United Church
and different approach to an designed by a famous designer. ha Queens. agencies raised four ques-
old Idea is Introduced.It does- The clothes are made of :1tijp. The New York State Conference .lonst ((1)) which banks run by
n't happen often but when it the same material used to and New York City members of the black community -
does, It catches on big. make bombs and can be fatalto Metropolitan Association of are available for Investing -
Ian Fleming's indestructible both the'wearer or anyone the two-million-member denomination ? ((2)) how are they
'James Bond* was a handling it the wrong way. each deposited using their funds to serve
slightly new and different approach Also, a strip of secret microfilm $15 000 will the Allied Fed- the black community? (3))
Bond gave many hours is sewn into one of I eral Savings and Loan what rate of interest are they
of delight to readers and even the outfits and agents of other V 7 l !I W-1 Association of New York, 115- paying? ((4)) to what extent
tually to viewers of his moviesby governments will try to get t 02 Merrick Blvd.. Jamaica would deposits be covered by
all the seemingly Impos- their hands on the outfits or I N.Y. The national Office of Insurance

sible things he did. .'for Brandy, in an attempt to find Communication of the United Mr. Hyde said that United
love of country: Now Maryl out what the material Is and 4 f ftU1LiilhIkJ Church deposited $10 000 Church officials are also encouraging -
Junes has given us Brandy where the microfilm Ishldden. Jed Alfred Hyde treasurerfor local churches and
Collins. Names like 'Crash Helmet ( the conference and association their members to open accounts -
Brandy is described as a Sam Craver Mr Glaums said Allied Federal In black banks In an
coffee -andcream skinned Miss Geor. andSherryManton had been selected first because effort to make housing loans
silken black-haired high fashion ,' as well as descriptionsof 11119f It Is making housing available to members of the
model with green eyes the French Riviera and the aItILR loans available for members black community.
a Haitian of Caucasian origin. crowds at the Cannes Film of the black community: The United Church of ChristIs
'She has lived In Jamaica and, festival, present an excellent second because It needs deposits a union of the Congrega-
New York has traveled extensively background for this comic- f more than la rRe r black" tional Christian and the Evangelical -
and Is known romantic tour-de-force of controlled Institutions Its and Reformed
throughout the world. But with spies chasing beautiful fashion total assets are In the neigh. Churches.
all this success wealth and models. The characters dialogue BEACH U:.. Irlsh'l osi Kennedy (center) Mrs. marie George first runner-up Mrs Evelyn Dixon, and borhood of $5,3 million

fame. Brandy longs for the, and action Is so'camp.It'S above, was crovned"Homeroom Mother of the Year" at the Mrs Odell Harrison. Dot shown are: Second runner up Mrs. The fact that Queens, witha
simple life with her own lit- like reading a script from closing of coronation activities at Jacksonville Beach Elementary Allen Morgan Mrs Ella Mae Sanabria, Mrs. Idell Caine, Mrs. growing black population
Batman video series. School on April 2. Placing the tiara on Mrs. Kennedy's Helen Childress and Mrs. Beauty Mae Baker.. Mrs. M.L, Carter has received less assistance
Professional Women Brandy's uniquely naive and head is President Flozell Waters. Contestants shown In the is homeroom teacher of the winner, Mr T.W. Montgomery Is from government and church
unwilling personality makes picture, from the left, are Mrs. Waters, Mrs Burnell Brady, principal and other voluntary agencies
her at times seem like Little titan Manhattan or Brooklynalso

Heel In Atlantic CityThe Red Riding Hood in a forestof Federated Garden Circle affected the decision of
hungry wolves. On the other 1 J the United Church agencies. I
spring executive board hand, her simplicity and Mr. Hyde explained that he
meeting of the National Association incorruptible character givesthe Holds Fortieth Flower Show"The and the association s chief Spring Brides I

of Negro Businessand book a kind of 'Perils of Alfred W, Henry, 5542 VerbenaRd. executive the Rev. W. Ster- Special
Professional Women's Pauline.* effect. Beauty of Spring"lathe a s co-chairman; Mrs. Fred O.C Frost, 6856 Hema Rd., Thornton i
18 and Sarah A.
theme of the Federated Garden Gertrude 35 and Sharon E. Lewis, 2330 Baptist 100 Invitations
Clubs Inc., will be held Friday The book Is printed In exceptionally Dixon, entries; Mrs 1570 W, 28th St. 17. Ministers
to Sunday. April 25-27. on a Circle fortieth annual spring Moore classification; Mrs.Eva Jeannette St, 20. Quality White Panel j
at the Claridge Hotel In Atlantic large. type to show which is ending Its second Graham, placement; Mrs.Sam- Thomas L. Johnson, 916 BroadSt Wives withEnvelopes I
special paper designed day today. The show has been uel Mack, hospitality; Mrs Felix McMIlan, 812 RobinsonAve. and TIssues
City. National officers 21 and Hattie L. Sutton
effect the publisher Meet
create an well attended. All entries have Margaret Pridgen, cochairman MondayThe 200 Napkins
committee chairmen life ., 31 and Mae N. Smith, 737 W, Union St. 21 ,
: Once ,
'easy eye. you been presented according to established hospitality. i 718 Baker Ave. 18. With names dates,
members and presidents of start reading about Brandy rules. Baptist Ministers WivesAlliance and printed In
senior and youth department Collins you won't want to put Mrs. Annlelee Patterson Is Excelsior SingersIn John A. Gibson, Jr., 2154 Yulee St. Matthew Baptist will meet Monday, silver or gold
clubs are expected to attend. the book down.February. president. Mrs. Willie GriffinIs St., 24 and Margaret Tremble, April 21, In the home of Rev. 1 Cake Knife
Mrs. Margaret L. Belcherof show chairman. Mrs. John Beach ConcertThe 1974 McQuade St., 26. and Mrs. N.B. Williams, 1323 Silver Engraved with
Columbus Ga., National Rowe la co-chairman. Presents MusicalDistrict West 22nd at 8:30 p.m. Initials and Date
President, In announcing the BrideMESDELMASWARN The show is in progress at Excelsior Gospel Singerswill Nelson W.V.Spauld1ng,Jr.,3731 The last meeting was held 100 Thank You
In the home of and
Rev. Mrs.
recital at Roberts
the Brentwood Auditorium 3550 give a Moncrief Rd. W. 21 and retcheD -'
meeting said that the board Notes
No. 1 of St. Matthew J.B, Klnchen 5624 Doe
Brent wood. On April 19 the Mt, Pisgah AME Church Atlantic Boy
will hear B. Sermon 2515 Lantana
progress reportson \ hours are from 2 to 8 p.m. Beach Sunday at 8 p.m. Baptist Church of West 28th Street. Attendance was large plus f'ree'G"t
the organization's( action Sunday hours will be from 1 The public is InvUed.Pilei Ave., 21.Sunday Street will present an afternoon Mrs C.I. Williams, president,
program "Development, Is asking all members wivesof PRICE $26.88
p.m. to 7 P.m. musical Sunday, April 20, at
Equal and Enriching' and reports Other officials are: Mrs.. Missionary Baptist 4 p.m. In the main auditorium. Baptist ministers to attend. 807 S. Edgewood Ave
the establishment ofa Rev. A.O. Williams, father
on 384.3518I !
George W. Morrissette, schedules The service will open with a i ,
community center In Cuth- ; Mrs. Susie Keith, stagIng call to worship by the Junior the president, is critically ill 'I
bert Ga. and extension of the in Methodist hospital .
free lunch for'school with Mrs. Thelma Session Hosts' Lodi NAACP Meeting Choir Miss Martha Williamswill

children programs In Jackson Owens Illinois Rev. D.B.: Barnes, pastor of School begins at '9:30 will read pray.the Miss Scriptures.Brenda Huey I

Miss. She said plans will also Peace Missionary Baptist with Mrs. Gertrude Barnes superintendent -
be discussed for the 34th annual Church, Jessie and Van Buren, ; and teachers, In Mrs. W.D. Lucas will be .
rj.adies. .PJ I! aMeetin Jiaa.announced that 1Ie X&ACP epee nBaly} communton.win. mistress of ceremonies. Mrs 1 When the1 .
convention.which will be 'oy. -" ar 'will hold" meetings Wl! nes'aay"durlne be administered t :. 3:16''p.m. ;Julia' I4r'Le wm'afng'OtherCONTINUED .r only ; ,
held 20 ,
24 In Nashville Ladles
August The Owens Illinois April in the church audi will be observed at 11 .
Baptism ON PAGE 4 will do: ,
Tenn. purest
will hold their regular meeting torium, at 8 p.m. a.m. The evening service begins y a? :
The Northslde BPW Club Saturday at 7:30 in the homeof Other services usual .
are as
at 8.1S p.m., the morning .
headed by Mrs. Naomi Y. Mrs. Annie Sherman, 1321 service at 11 a.m. r', v. I 4VASELINE' PETROLEUM JELLY I
Harcher president is hos- West 12th. Mrs. Corene Tim- Gateway Barracks Prayer meeting is Tuesdayat l4 ...yPr' helps prevent diaper
tess for the board mons will be hostess Fol- ra h."fromdlapcrchanRO I
meeting. 7:30, Bible class Wednesday -
lowing business the club will at 7 p.m., with the lessonsIn mu/ to diaper chnngo..with 1\
enjoy a social hour. Mrs. Ready For AnniversaryGateway charge of the pastor Choir .tJ ;' continuous film, piovld-

Meharry Sophomore Emma Melton Is reportet. Barracks 'and 'the rehearsal for No. 1 choir is "., : r ,. t Inlt a moisture shield. Especially
COLORING formulated for
Ladles Auxiliary Veterans of Thursday, as well as for the HAIR

jBhren King Award Miss Delma Swam, daughter Jax Post American World War No. 1, USA, will be D..B. Barnes Choir, complete V out purity.of 10 No mothers wonder -

of Mr. and Mrs. Delma Swam,' the scene of the galsixthanni.,
insist l on genuine -
Meharry Medical College became the bride, on February Legion Makes versary of the Barracks and of Azalea LadiesIn $" Petroleum Jelly.
sophomore medical student 10, 1969, Of Mr. David Allen the first of the home, at 1509 i Hides That GRAY <' I You than
Robert E, Hardy yesterday Durham. Mrs. Durham is f Kings Road Saturday, April 19. The Listing Way J "' for other pnyelittlomore brands of
received the first Martin Lu- former graduate of Northwestern Plans For Activities The program 'N1ll.tart at 1:30 Monthly MeetThe 1M lull If. mlntittiat jelly..but your petroleum
ther King Jr. Award School and of Bethune- a>.m, All veterans'and friendsare tcome.
presented High \Io.d: ; .j hair b.
I !
AuxiliaryNo. \ In worth it
Azalea Ladles baby
by the school. Cookman College. She Is a Jax Post No.197 of the American Invited to attend. All department of 1 rounder looklnf )/
member of the Alpha Kappa Legion will meet April 18 officers of the state 214 of the Brotherhood 1.\ dirk and luitroui. rad.ln' t .RrL
the of Elliot
Hardy son K ..
meet in the home of with IliNhll lil STRAND
Hardy of 4225 S. W. 18th Alpha Sorority, Inc., and is employed at the home, 2179 Benedict Road of the Ladies. Auxiliary will SCL. will Mrs. Willie Mae' :' lliir Colonna wont rub off. / I
tb.ConcentratedEmployment Delinquent members are urged attend. the president, I or wash out Salt with 1"' p.manenu
Street. W. Hollywood Fla., by Program of Jackson--. to renew memberships. Buddies are asked to be pre- Shipp, 1663 West 33rd at 7:30 \I \ ,loo.T rr ST RAN DONLY .,
was selected for the award Mrs T.0. Starling Is the 98 /
ville, as bookkeeper. Mr.Dur- The Department Workshop sent at 10 a.m., In uniforms. p.m.
from among 111 candidates ham l. the son of Mrs. Beatrice will be held at Stetson University Ladles are expected to. be in reporter COMPlfTt / r.
nominated by Meharry student and of the late Mr. Elgle In Deland on April 27 uniforms. NEWS DEADLINE I! < "ELTrJN3UY
body.A Durham. Mr.Durham formerly at 10 a.m. There is no charge. Past Commander Harland J, t ,>> ... .....
faculty-student committee attended New Stanton Senior The fifth district constitutional Lloyd 'of the Department ot All news should be in the Florida STRAND "HAIR COLORING!" I '
made the selection on the High School, For the past year conference will be held at De- Florida will bring highlightsof Star Office by Tuesday I p.m \! Choice of B natural shades
land on May 18, the convention scheduled for should mail news -Buck-Dirk Brown !
basis of such King-like qual- he has served in the Merchant .Jl you your I'' Medium Bromn '
Ides as attitude, honesty loyalty Marines. A reception will be Post No. 197' Auxiliary and Tampa June S, 6, 7 and 8. The it should be mailed Monday so i Ask for Brown it at your llfM drugglit. 1'3t" :
integrity compassion held April 19, at 4:30 p.m., at the Post will worship at the books are open for new members that it will reah our office by .. ;
Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Sun- See Quartermaster J.S. j
2363 Edgewood. Friends of the Tuesday.
leadership good scholastic newlyweds are Invited. day, April 20, at 11 a.m. Irving, Sr. for your application, __ .

standing community Involve- 1 ..! ..(CLIP,THIS AD..GET A TANK OF GAS FREEI...:
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the Martin Memorial Service held for 0 'J. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING E '" 'DDI'T NAVE TO unri.iN TO ,SET": elements. Certain greasy compounds and many! chemicals, Im-
Dr Luther King properly used, also take their toll.. .not to mention simple attempts -
on the Meharry campus yes- 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of

terday. The Rev. PeterCraw- = LOW PRICE E natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and
ford president of the Nashville Ii '
NAACP for ,5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" dull looking hair.
was speaker
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles
the occasion.! ii, 8. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM E DRUG STORE NEEDS E EE actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair

that give It body lustre and protection. And trained beauticians
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will observe Hi anniversary WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS :ANY PRICES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. w. deliver.* work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical
beginning Monday night April
jj We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been
This will be the hundredth .
anniversary. Rev.Alfred Dens- 9. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED"WE previously relaxed, condition Is the ultimate In repairing deep-

field pastor of Third Mt. Zion EMPLOY YOU down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers,
WITH ANY OF OUR PAST hairdressers turn to new Cldlrol Hair Dew'-the lotion condi-
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members, official boards and conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol
other groups, will be In the Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to
opening service at .p.m. Other E hair that friends will notice and admire.
your .
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I. Bishop Jordan Tells Church !Union "Things On Paper" Scare Blacks 1

Says Whites Mist Initiate Come Help Us Win f

Move For Better RelationsATLANTA ,, ''
\n ', .' ,''t .'.h..,
I' ;:t.
.- Bishop Frederick D. Jordan of the African ; ;: : :
Methodist Episcopal Church speaking ,at the meeting of the ir : : ,.. (

Consultation on Church Union here, told his audience that -I f. ,
"white churches must take the Initiative in seeing that Blacksare

given a power/ base In any united church resulting from the ::1'

nlne-denomlnatlonal union effort. ;, :

The eminent prelate con churches to correct theerrors,
t. "
tinued, "Sometime In God s made In the past.Therefore .

good grace a united church concluded the
must happen. We are deter leader, first steps must be
mined If It falls to happenIt taken by the white church.

won't be because we failedto "We said Bishop Jordan,
help make it happen' "are concerned with what
Bishop Jordan said that the comes out of their minds
black experience In the AmerIcan rather than acquiescence .
church has been "am- The AME Church numbers

bivalent' He said that the more than 1.1 million ad-
capacity of the' human mindto herents. The senior bishop

evade "anything don t Is D. Ward Nichols. General Prtiw will be
really want to do has you made offices are In Philadelphia. The Sarah McGinnlsMlssionary Society of Mew Bethel AME represented by hostesses, decorations and toy babies, the latter Sherres Jones, dn fcrrls and ltslvia Ellsha Bams.Jones to pastor:All
Blacks fearful of laws and Church, Third and Tyler Streets will present toe Annual part tf the mammoth, contests. In this picture from the left, awarded at this gala aflalr. Her.

"things on paper' Grant Memorial Calendar Tea Ssnday at 4 pm. Each month of the year will contestants art: Valuta CofdeU, Marilyn T. Redding; Utlssa are Invited.

Blacks don't want -.1-_
agree- a
ment, necessarily, to black I i----
AME List
proposals, said Bishop Jor- 1JLLcI

dan. They prefer a genuine I [

effort on the part of white Sunday Service u ,

Ht. Ararat Grant Memorial AME congregations -
Sunday will hear Dr.
A. Joseph Reddlck pastor
Usher BoardCelebrates spoke on "The Unchanging
Christ" at 10:43 and on"Strange
Influence In the Church" at.
Choir No. 3 and Usher Board
Usher Board No.2 Mt.Ararat No. 3 will serve.
Baptist Church will observe Its Sunday school opens at 9:30
36th anniversary Monday night, under the supervision of A.V.
April 21, at 8 p.m., In the audi Rose, assisted by officers and
torium of the church. teachers The ACE Fellowship
The program follows: Processional under the direction of Mrs.'
ushers and guests; Gloria Willis will meet at 6
Selection, Art Goodman Com p.m. All are invited
munity Choir; Scripture Rev.
James Bryant; Prayer Deacon Holy ChurchOf
Henry Milliner; Introduction of
Mistress of Ceremonies, Mrs.
Martha Brisbon. Living God

And: Welcome address,Jack 1beSaraUfcGInnI.llllslonarySociely of New Bethel Church, EUsha Jones pastor. Shown above, from the left-, are: Babies Willetta Hall-and Tlwana Lisbon Chandler. All are Invited Not
Parker; Response, Mrs Ethel Sponsors Program Third and Tyler Streets, p.esentsDve more babies,all of whom Angela Hicks, Albert Lee TImmons, Devron Romayne Parker, shown are Babies Kathay Marshall and Soaja Freeney.
Miley; Solo, Mrs. Ruth Clark; will be in the contest Sunday at the Annual Calendar Tel Rev. -
Solo, Mrs. Georgia M. Wynn; Mrs. Gussle Page Gray will :
Selection, Mrs. Ella Bryant and speak Sunday at 7 p.m. In the ;, t I
Miss Pansy Bowman; Offering, Holy Church of the Living God,
Mrs. Julia Longworth; Remarks 1993 Yulee Street. Mt. SinaiScene Bethlehem Church
Phillip Allback Mrs. The Traveling Stars will LeALATKA NEWS I IA I 1
Leola Morris and Rev. D.J. speak.At CHURCH NEWS Plans. ForWomen's
Graham. 3 p.m. on April 20 Mrs. 1 0 f
The count will be taken by Mattie Wyche will sponsor a baby contest was held recently and Robert Allen, Ocala, Mrs.
Mrs. Lucile Jones. Usher program. Mrs. Mattle Stan- at the Zion Temple Beverly Nelsman and Mrs.Arl- BAPTIST DayThe
Board No. 1 of Mt. Ararat will berry will serve as mistressof Church on Sixteenth and Bron- mlnta Rogers NEW REDEEM '
be the honor guest. Usher ceremonies. A panel will son Streets Baby Earl Vfrone The seniors will present their Baptists Rites Deaconess Board No. 1 will have an anniversary tea Sundayat women of Bethlehem
Board No. 4 of Mt. Ararat feature Rev. W.B., Hooks,ElderM. Battles was winner of the contest play "Rest Allured," tonight the church. Men's day will be Sunday April 27. Roose- Baptist Church met recently and
and Usher Board No. 3 of Mt. Larktns, Elder JjS. Collins Baby Verone reported In the cafetorlum. The mem- Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist velt Bacon will be chairman. Sunday school begins at 9.30 organised for Women's Day
Ararat will serve.. Mrs. Ella Jones and others. 3500. Baby Debris Blakely Church, 1551 Lee Street, will a.m. with the superintendent In charge. Rev EJ. Norman, June 22.Officers.
reported $19.00. Mrs Lillian be the scene, Sunday morning pastor, will review the lesson The morning worship begins named are: Chair
Battles was sponsor Elder at 11 a.m. of a mammoth baptism at 11 a.m. with deacons In charge of devotions. Choir No. 3 man, Mrs Annie M. Grant;
SISTER BESSIE William Rutledge-ls pastor service, when seventeen and Usher Board No. 3 will serve during the day. Mrs. Fannie Co-chairman, Mrs. Maths Foster '
Approximately 121 Juniors candidates will be Immersed. Jackson will be In charge of music. District No. 3 will meetat ; Pastor-for-the-day Mrs.

She will read your entire'fife-past,present and participated in the St. John's The youth department Senior 4:30: p.m. District No. 8 will meet In the borne of William W.L Williams; Assistant Pastor .
Tenth Anniversary celebration Choir No. 3 and Usher Board' Young on East 22nd. District No. 6 will meet at the churchat Mrs. Eula Nelson.'
future She asks no !Questions but will tell
you last week Camilla Johnson No. 3, Mrs. Catherine W.Syk.1 4:30.: District No. 7 will meet with Mrs. Waters on East ,And: Secretary, Mrs Debra'
vhat you want to know, living dates and acts of and first 19th. The begins at 8 Both Byrd Treasurer Mrs. RushIng
,competed won place. and Miss Dorethea Wilcox will evening worship p.m. sermons -
justness, love"health and family affairs. Willjtelp The seniors of Central Aca- Ii t be In charge. will be delivered by the pastor. Prayer meeting will be Tuesday ; Finance Committee Mrs
you find lost art. Tells you whom you will demy presented their fashiontea Sunday School begins at the night at 7:30 and will be followed by Bible study. Rev. Ida Burg, Mrs.'Georgia Floyd,
marry and when. If the one you love la true, what Sunday. Guest models were church at 9.29 a.m, with Mrs Norman will give the previews of the Sunday School lesson Mrs Annie Reeeel) Sunday
to do to be successful Will reunite the separated, = Miss Vivian Bryant of East EARL VERNON BATTLi: Will D. Lucas, superintendent, The church Is located at 1614 East 30th. School Chairman, Mrs. Sadie
locate absent friends and relatives and cause Palatka. Mrs. Harriet Belton ,.. In charge assisted by staff Fedd; Programs Mrs. Helen
happiness, between man and wife. Helps make .. ben of the cast are: Dane and officers COLLOSSIANS BAPTIST Sunday school begins at 9.30 Wright Mrs. Gilberta Jackson,
up lovers' quarrels Tells If sickness and bad f ;\\1 w n& I Edwards, Harriet Williams,' Other meetings have been 'f with the superintendent and teachers In charge. The morning 'Mrs Maxolla Franklin; Choir
Sylvia Mann Shirley Dumas worship begins at 11 am. The evening worship begins at Chairman, Mr.Llllie Webbert
luck are natural enemies, or U there is an evil : ., -JNSTANT scheduled. District No. 6 will ;
Influence. Does not tell to pleas but will tell the truth One' '. I Jackie Mabry, Aaron Robinson ,meet with Deacon and Mrs 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor will speak Choir No. Ushers Chairman, Mrl.Mary
disappointments you 1 CASH .. Donald Maxwell, Marie Roberts Samuel Grant, 1484 Vest 10th, : 1 and Choir No. S and Usher Board No. 1 will serve during Glover;' Food, Mrs Dorothy
visit will for In all others She will
repay you ,, iJJ.fA J'Ml. ti Douglas Landy, Bobby at 3:30. District No. 9 will the day. Friends' Day will be June 27. Choir No. 1 will Tolbert, Mrs. Nettle King, Mrs.
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your Miller, Andrea Wright,Gerald- meet at 3.30 In the home of rehearse ,Tuesday at 8 p.m. Choir No. t will rehearse Friday Simmons; Tags, Mrs. Susie
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy when hI" 2ndMe.teoym Ine Sanders Leslie Johnson. Deacon and Mrs 0,8 Sharpe at 430. Prayer services will be held Tuesday at 7:30. Brown; Beautlflcatlon, Mrs'
everything seems to go wj OBJ Why be sad and downhearted, team Bated .n Equity Ronald Daniels, Earl Colbertand 1404 West 32nd Street. The The church is located at 1184 West 31st. Rachel Lucas and Mrs. Nancy
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made Weak Credit ActtpttrfComolidqti Joyce Williams Baptist Young Peoples Training .Collins
clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody wel- Y.ur Ills The Putnam County principals Union meets at t p.m. Senior HOLSEY TEMPLE CMC Sunday School begins at 9:30 Mrs. Carolyn Wright wllLbe
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls Don't Reduce Your Payments met at the Central Academy Choir No. 3 presents the annual, with Mrs Births Grlffen and teachers In charge. The pastor chairman of youth. Mrs.Eliza-
mistake the address SISTER BESSIE is located north of HOMIIM"'OVIMINT High recently Mrs. Leer musical at 6 p.m., with Mrs or an appointee will review the lesson The morning worship beth Williams will beco-chalr-
Callahan on U.S. 11, 1/Z mile from City of Callahan, Florida. LOANS Ella Asia prepared dinner. Catherine W. Sykes In charge. begins at II a.m. and evening services at 5:30. Stewardess man. Mrs. Vivien Wilson Is
Phone: 879-2250 Several Interested seniors Mrs. Alice Burrougti will be Board No. 2 will meet Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the homeof director of publicity.
WATCH FOR HER SIGNINFRONTOF HOtEE-AcrOisthe street COLONIAL BUILDERS were Interviewed and tested bya the featured soloist. Mrs. Viola Thomas 1018 East Beaver.. Prayer service
ij', representative of the FBI Scout TroopNo.77 mteti Sat will be held Tuesday night at 7:30. The women have organised
from SPORTSMAN MOTEL CIIIBmlnyllml! f fram a branch office in Jacksonville urday morning, April 19, at 10 for Women's Day Sunday May 27. Mrs. Sarah Coley Is chairman -
Open! dally from a.m. to 10 p.m, 405 First federal l lld(_ They were Interviewed a.m., with Scout Master Leo- Mrs. Idolene Clark Is co-chairman. Rev. D.A. McElVin New Pislorite

THIS CLIPPING ENTITtESYOUTOA$5.O7READINGtor $%,1 00, ,xeAk O'". t t for employment in nard Wilcox In charge. Is pastor Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert Is secretary The church
Washington. The Friendly Westside Union Is located at 1200 East Third Street.
Biology students raised more Male Chorus will hold a'special -
than $700 In an eightdayperiod'In rehearsal and transact MACEDONIA BAPTIST District No. 2 will meet with Deacon
order to cover expensesfor business on April 19 at 7 p.m. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell 1324 East 31st, Friday at S p.m.
CAMPUS TOWERSA District No. 4 will meet ;in the home :
a field trip to Tampa, and In the main unit of the church, of Deacon and Mrs
Richard King on East 26th at 8 ,
later to Week Wachee. The with James M. Harvey In Friday p.m. Usher Board No. t
3 will sponsor a project Saturday the home of Mrs.
trip was sponsored by the University charge Campbell
for the benefit of the anniversary of the
ushers Services
of Florida Associationof
The one-day session of the
Home For Senior Citizens 62 Years Or Over Serealoglcal Technicians District Senior Women's con- Sunday John E.will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 with Deacon aa
Singleton Jr., and teachers In
Mrs. A. Bostick and Mr. Bos- vention will be at the churchon J will be charge The review
given by the pastor Consecration
tick accompanied the services will begin
group 1.
Thursday, May The church
at 10:45
KINGS Johnny Carroll, clasaof 1968 will observe Its with the pastor In charge Devotional services will
ROAD sixty-first an-
NEAR EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE was burled recently. nlversary and\ the first for the be In charge of the) choirs, deacons and members. Music
will anti;
Many students visited last pastor beginning May 12 and. furnished by Choir No. 1 Choir No. 3 with Mrs
Hattie Bess and Wallace Mlms at the
Joe instruments Usher
week namely
continuing through May
Lanceda Howard Carol Ann Os- Board No. 1 and No. 2 will serve Districts meeting at
APPLICATIONS NOW-AVAILABLE The male Chorus will observe -
good D'Arcy Sermon, Floren- Its seventeenth anniversary 8 p.m. are: No. 1, In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cook
cia Mills, Naatrallta Battles, In the main unit of the' 1128 Harrison; NO.5, In the home of Mrs. Doretha Smith R1V.8WATERFORDReT.SolomonWattrford
Cynthia Asia, Leonard Bryant church May 28 at 7:40. Serving on 27th Street; No. 6 in the home of Mrs. Motell Duckett on
and Jlmmle Ware. group will be the Gospel East 21st. The BYPU Hour will begin at 130 with Mrs. ,*

NEWS DEADLINE Chorus of Philadelphia Baptist M.L.Mrs Polite Sarah Strickland In charge and The special Lomax feature will be given by :world traveler and graduate of
Homelike Facilities Church, The Friendly Westslde by Butler Music will be the F
In charge of Miss Millie Cantt. Benjamin Lee Seminary
All news should be In the norlda' Union Male Chorus The Male The evening worship begins .of Edward Waters Is
at 6
:30. Both major sermons will be delivered College
by the
Star Office by TlleIdalIlp.m. Chorus of Mt. Olive Primitive pastor
Rev. Wilbur Burgess. Other DOW the pastor of the Church
If should mall Baptist and the Male Chorus of weekly activities will be '
Conveniently Located your new, Tuesday, prayer meeting and Bible study, with pastor and of the Master 6637 Vernon
.It should be mailed IIOGIIa Mt. Bethany. All are Invited.
In charge at 745; Wednesday, 8 p.m., Choir No. 1 Road. The minister Is the son
." and Choir 3 In rehearsal; Thursday 12 noon, Missionary of the late Dr. E.J. Waterford

Efficiency Apartments And WHEN YOU, ARE ILLYou Society 3 and No.midweek 4 rehearse prayer The meeting church; Friday Is located, 8 p.m.3333, Choir Franklin.No., of Chandler Is now,attending Otis. Rev Waterford Luther-

Mrs Bessie Merchant is reporter
Rice Seminary. Be Is credited
MANUEL BAPTIST The teachers and
1-Bedroom Apartments Seek The Best Doctor. will be held as usual with officers In charge prayer Choir meeting No. with building cm of the most
When Your Doctor Prescribes S will rehearse at I p.m. Oa Thursday a noonday outstanding c Ita r c 11.a In toe
get Experienced PharmacistsTo service will be held at the church. Choir No. 1 rehearses Late City District. Kef.
Fill Prescriptions accord at 8 p.m. The male chorus will rehearse at 7:30, Saturday. Waterford brings to the church
Reasonable Rites Utilities Inclided log To Your Doctor's Orders The Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Mrs Mamie Fields a wealth of experience as a

We Use/ Only The Best Quality and Deacon George Smith la charge The lesson will be leader and looks forward toward
reviewed by an appointee. Consecration begins of
Drugs at 10.30 carrying on the tradition
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with deacons the Chnrch of the Master.
C. K.!: BlackProprietor la charge Preaching begins at 12 noon. The ladles will

present a Paris Tea at 3 urn. In the interest of Dual Day. St. Matte
BTU begins at, 8 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips charge

Admissions Committee 1658 Kings Rd. Jacksonville, Fla. S Registered Pharmacists To Serve You District Eleanors No.Saulk 7 will 421 Woodlawn sponsor a Spring at 3 p.m.Tea The In the evening home worship of Mrs. CONTINUED FROM PAGE I

-A COMPLETE LINE OF- begins at 6:30. Choir No. 2, the Usher Board and the Male soloists will be Mrs. Eva
Chorus will serve. Mrs. Merton Carter and Mathew McCoy Calvin and Deacon Jot Brown.
PHONE 354-7301 Cosmetics Candles will be In charge of music. The men will present Nathaniel Choir Mo 2 of the Church ofCM
Rubber Goods '
Jackson and Miss Cynthia Mart In a musical recital after la Christ win sine as
SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS service Rev 8.L. Badger Is pastor The church Is located will the Davis Sisters. Miss
at 2221 Forest.Harris .
-, CALLED FOR AND Rosalind Calms and Miss
DELIVERED' Cynthia Wilson will appear in
a duet Mrs. wfll
A. Holmes
CITIZENS IIME INC. 1907 KIMS IOU 353.1211LIII's Trio Plait Gilt Gospel FeteThe express words of appreciation.

The offering will be taken by
.. '" ii1 Harris Trio will appear The Harris Twins wlllbefeala. Mrs. Elaine Earl
SNisiril I III AlE CIaral1 Kitchen, Mrs ,
FlirMi, a gospel Jamboree at *
,. Dreg .Stere : Mt. tared. BIll Young, the Voices West and Mrs. Aanle Robinson.
Ararat Baptist Saturday,May S of Jerusalem '
.. and. the White Closing remarks will be made
I at 730. ., :Singers will be present.
., by On pastor.f" ..

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I" National Council Of Negro Women Plans All-Out Battle On Problems Of Hunger. I


CongratulationsReuben Republic Of New Super Salesman Noted Black Americans Nived

Africa Head .. ;..; '." To CoBicil Panel For Mooting

Names New Leaders
A national convocation on hunger in the United States will be
DETROIT First vice-pre held (at the Americana Hotel) In New York City Monday, May
sident Milton Henry of the 26 and Tuesday, May 27, under the auspices of the National
Republic of New Afijcaln Council of Negro Women, NCNW National President Dorothy
America, recently named four yr t Height announced recently.

new regional vice-presidents, Four convocation co-chairmen She pointed out that the con-
"to meet the possibility of Georgia State Legislator Julian vening of a national meeting
certain future developments Interfering Bond; former U.S. Senator as an essential first step in an
with the expeditious \4 Joseph S. Clark; New York effective, massive national
conduct of the affairs of government University ProfenorOr program became apparent
d ." wW Jeanne Noble,and Mrs Marietta during an NCNW workshop in
Henry's action followed the Tree, former U.S. Representative Sunflower County in October,
r ofr clash of members of the group to the U.N. Human Rights 1968 That wor Itlhop Mill
r and Detroit policemen in the Commission, have been named Height said, demonstrated to
; New Bethel Baptist Church by Miss Height Council leadership and to participants
; II where the organization was In her call for active partici- from natty regions of
holding a national meeting pation In the convocation by the country that "the hunger
Die!: meeting was being heldon individual citizens and national battle Isnol a matter of knowing
the first anniversary of the organizations, the NCNW Pre- but of doing, and of doing on
confab and had as one of its sident. warned that more than a vast national scale."
aims the "liberation" of five the knowledge that hunger,
southern states, Louisiana, malnutrition and starvation
Mississippi, Alabama, Georgiaand exist is necessary Savannah State
South Carolina, with the "The facts about hunger which
Intention of making an knows no color line, are Will Host Special
J. Patton being congratulated by Mr. J. W. Feighner, Independent nation and winning reaching more and more
President of Tom Huston Peanut Company is he launches cam reparations from the United Americans", Miss Height said Summer .
palgn for Black Food Distributorship In urban areas throughoutthe States government for exceeding "The convocation will translate Program
200 million dollars these facts into an emergency SAVANNAH The Institute
The official, declaring a stateof effort by concerned volunteersto In African and Afro-American
country.Black emergency, has vowed that map and mount a massive Culture for social studies
Leaders the resort to "naked violenceby program to put an end to teachers of the disadvantaged
United States forces would hunger" will be held on the campus\ of
not stop New Africa from pursuing a In,I 1968, the Council launched Savannah State College this
its 'goals of land and nq a self-help program In three summer.
Establish AcademyOf power, through peaceful nego- r-; of the nation's poorest counties, This Is an unusual program
tiations If possible and through Milledge Mosby adjusts MINDmaster programmed Instruction device tor a secretarial traineeat Macon County,Ala,and Bolivar and Is supported by HEW. All
other means If and Sunflower Counties, Miss
necessary Corn Products Company's world headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Mr. Mosby has sold participants will receive stipends -
According to a release,.from more than $1'million worth of instructlnal programs for MIND, Inc, a Corn Products ;That program is providing of $75.00 per week and
Arts And Letters the Detroit headquarters( New subsidiary. seeds for vegetable gardens, $'l5.00 for each dependent
African officials contend that pigs for raising of litters, and Those interested in attending
A'group of prominent black scholars artists and performers they have evidence tha.t winter crop storage facilities, should contact Dr. Banes
met In New York recently to announce the establishment of a the Detroit police had plannedthe Tampa Negro Becomes First To Head Housing Project while assisting the women who Walton, director; Savannah
Black Academy of Arts and Letters. attack in advance as part, live in these counties to ort Stale College
Dr. C. Eric Lincoln.elected scholarships to young people of a nationwide scheme, aimed ATLANTA A Negro was Housing Authority Board of the Authority is a $31 million ganlie themselves to end
the academy"a first president who have shown excellence In at thwarting the growth of the' recently appointed Executive Commissioners a year operation. hunger. Dangerous AgeNIWYORKThe
_ said "Its purpose Is'to their fields: honor contributions Republic and of its army, The Director of the Tampa Housing The Tampa Housing Authority Mr. Harris has been with the "Self-help Is an operating Insurance
provide due recognition for Iy.ruture election to Black Legion Authority and is the first Black is the seventh largest such body Tampa Housing Authority for philosophy", Miss Height laid, Information Institute points out
the contributions that black the academy \publishta; According to opinions by the man named to a post of such in the Southeast, with 11,200 19 years He has spent the last "which, if backedby substantial that although driven under 20.
people make in arts and magazine on the academy s leaders the presence of child. importance.He tenants living In 3,768 housing three years as Assistant nationwide private participationand comprise only 10.2 per cent of
letters. The Academy member activities and plans. ren In the spacious church is Howard F. Harris, 49, units. Some fulltlme staff members Executive Director and before demand for goverment programs the nation motorists, they are
ship is made up of people The Black Academy of Arts forestalled what might have and was named to that post handle an annual gross rent that he had served 16 years of a scope matching real involved in 17.) per cent of all
who have made a notable and Letters was developed amounted to a massacre. se r.alcal. ago by the Tampa In excess. e of. S3 million! Overall ,as project manager. needs, can wipe out hunger highway crashes. _
Impact on arts and letters and Dr. Lincoln says because the
whose contributions reflectthe membership feels there does
vitality of Black culture. not exist In society an organization
"We are also dedicated to which Is sufflclen-.
encouraging Black youth. We ly color blind to give due
want them to understand they recognition and Encourage Ever think Niagara Falls
can achieve and gain recognition ment to Black arts and letters.It .
for It
'does not conceive itself asa
To provide such recognition -
separatist or integrationist'btganl'2atfon'dr'Irything''oP'
.. Dr. Lincoln says' the .
; t
Academy' I plans to," award that sorf t>f.Lincoln' ] hastened'' I Ito' 'i lllt(' .U.; A71aa,4p m-' + wxss" W mrtwnaw w > I I. I
Vintmi ,
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medals end 'ScholarShifts to "' qv
aa4;;;, ,14'IMptyl's'otib, : | a I t .o In'
Black writers artists and for the promotion of ,Black
scholars; provide grants and CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 ,,

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New Recipe Signal Spring Budget Stretcher Ham And Rice
Rice With Hin

Aid PI.lip II ea L i f::, ;:;
1 chicken bouillon cube

IVi cups water

a Wt cups packaged enriched }

precooked rice I:

Vi\ cup chopped onion

1 medium green peppe/,

8 alIiLt thin cooked strips ham :

I ('/a to'. Inch thick) a

:2 tablespoons shortening _
1 tablespoon cornstarch: \ '

( 1 teaspoon sugar On the downsld-f: winter,In that bleak stretch toward spring
many homemakers riffle through their recipe repertories seeking;
1 can ((8.% os.. pineapple quick to whet This Strawberry Rice Dessert
tlclblll suggested ways by the af.petite. may Just end their search.
H cup water rice la dapple with; bit ;pineapple I cherry halve, mini-
Dissolve bouillon cube In I- marshmallows and strawberry yogurt made a. the Swiss do
The first shoots of tender asparagus in the garden are sure the desserts till all the
signs of tprmg And soon outdoor activities will require quick 1/3 cops water In a saucepan. n with fine flavors fresh fruit mingle throughout, peak with Refrigerate t piece of fruit ? 4 and dinner !.
luncheon and supper ideas like these Amber Him Rolls. Bring to a boll Stir to rip et sure to finish with a flourish
Asparagus stalks are rolled inside tender pancakes made Cover; remove from beat. Let f. :,
quickly and conveniently with pancake mix. stand 8 minutes. Meanwhile Strawberry( Yofwt Rice DeoertMaketttiervmgt)

Asparagus soup studded with diced bar nd brightened saute onion, green pepper, and 1-1/2 miniaturerice
uncooked grain
8/4 long cups
with mustard relish, makes an easy comp....nentary sauce. ham shoes In shorteninf t cup marshmallows
And golden brown pancakes repeat the amber color of the large iklllet until onion to 1 cup (8-S/4os.can) 1 cup ((1/2 pint container I )
sauce in a deeper hue. Add this cheery, sunny spring dish to tender but not browned and pineapple tidbits I Borden Swiss style
your recipe collection. browned. Remove 1/4 cup strawberry yogurt
bam Is slightly halves, drain;
AMBER HAM ROLLS !ham and keep warm.
I Wash rice In strainer under running water. Drain pineapple;
Makes 8 servings Combine cornstarch and sugar I nf6aziaa4 reserve Juice. Add water to reserved juice to make 1-1/2 cups
Ham Sauce Pancakes: to the same skillet. Add pineapple : :. liquid. In a medium-siie saucepan,combine rice and liquid; cover.
One 10'/4oz. and 1/2 cup water. Cook Place over high heat; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cook 20
can 2 cups pancake mixcondensed and stir over medium heat until minutes Remove from heat. Cover. Let stand for about 20 min
cream of 2% cups milk thickened and clear. Spoon rice When ham Is on special your family can eat "high off the hog" for a number of meals And utes. 'Turn rice into mixing bowl; lightly mix in pineapple,
asparagus soup marshmallows and strawberry yogurt.Chill in refrigerator
\ft.cup milk 1 egg onto platter and too with the you'll be able to tit some qulckaodflaTorful main dishes' that p easy on the budget, too, Rice about 2 hours to blend flavors. Spoon into dessert dishes. If
2 2 tablespoons melted or pineapple sauce, reserving a with Ham and .Pineapple made with, Minute Riee, baa a Chinese touch In the clear sauce desired, garnish with fresh strawberry or maraschino cherry.
pickle tablespoons relish mustard. liquid shortening small amount of the sauce flavored with pineapple, onion! and green pepper. Rice will be dry

1 Ib.fresh
I lb. cooked ham, Tom-Tom for Tots'A
spears cleaned cooked
diced and drained. 2-pound coffee tin with plastic Panwfch Coofcfes-Snocfcf/me Favorites/ Fish Calls For Tartar Sauce

For ham sauce, combine soup, milk and relish in saucepan lid makes a fine tom-tom for
Stir in ham; heat thoroughly. small children. After washing r. Take 2 crunchy peanut butter cookies..eandwlch together r .a JFa + xk

For pancakes place mix, milk, egg and shortening in bowl. hot soap or detergent suds and with a yummy filling of marshmallow cream, peanut
Stir lightly until batter is fairly smooth.For each pancake, drying carefully, wrap the can butter and chopped maraschino cherries..and be prepared
pour about 1/4/ cup batter onto hot, lightly greased griddle with colorful self-adhesive plastic. for some good cookie i eating! What else would you expect S
Turn pancakes when tops are covered with bubbles and edges Put on the plastic top and let the when combining the things smackers crave?
look cooked.Turn only once. ..voungsteregoone"bongo"spree.i by Mary Reynolds Peanut butter Is a universal favorite and it's nice to
know the special bonus you get when using Peter Pan
Chinese Cook Quickly Peanut Butter In cookies, cakes, breads or right out of kYLB >
'. 'EDGEWOOD The Chinese, from the dawnof the jar on sandwiches. Aside from the hearty peanut butter
AVE B STORE civilization i have known that flavor, It's an, economical source of protein.
STORE: the eating, not in hours spentat (Makes about 2 dozen cookies)
cooking. The Oriental cook .
f JUNBWS Vi cup Peter Pan Crunchy 2V4 cups sifted all-purpose
spends her time creatively
conceiving .1.
-' delicate delights for the Peanut Butter flour .....:..,
AJ.TO then quickcookingall ( M cup butter 2 teaspoons baking powder We can thank the French for the invention of Tartar sauce-
MARKE f'hd M cup firmly packed light W teaspoon cinnamon the mayonnaise-baaed' sauce that is nearly always served with
SU Ps Oriental cooking is so appropriate brown sugar M teaspoon saltPeter fish and: is ideal with this Marinated Pan Fried Fish

I P.M. to our fast modem life 1 egg Pan Marshmallow Marinated Pan Fried Fish
y that more than 60% of American 1 teaspoon vanilla Filling
families now eat Chine.efood. J4 cup Mazola corn oil Vi teaspoon pepper'
The creative American Cream together peanut butter and butter; gradually add Vi cup tarragon vinegar 1 bay leaf
0 cook carefully selects canned auger Beat In egg until l mixture la light I and fluffy. Stir i In 1 teaspoon salt 1 ((1-pound) package frozen
FLA GRADE A Oriental Ingredients for the vanilla. Sift together flour, baking powder, cinnamon and 1 teaspoon Worcestershire fish fillets
Chinese she plans to aalt. Stir Into creamed mixture. Shape Into &-lnch I balls; sauce Flour
1 e:1 her own place on ungreaaed oookle' sheet. Lightly butter 'bottom of Vi cup com oil
; personal touches with pretty glass J ; dip Into granulated auger: Press balls Into patties i Mix together cup corn oil vinegar, salt, Worcestershire
: : &fRYERS i garnishes and tasty sidedishes. '/.Inoh thick. Bake in' 375 (moderate) oven 10 to 12 sauce pepper and bar.leaf in shallow dish Add frozen blockof
minutes or until lightly browned. Sandwich together each fish.. Cover and turning frequently, until fish ia
; I ,of2 ,cookies. with Peter Pan Marshmallow Filling thawed, 6 to 6 hours Remove from marinade. Cut into serving
,'To Peter Pan Marshmallow Filling (Makes about pieces Dip into flour, coating V4 cup Ml in medium
I medium
skillet Fry fish In hot oil
Blend over heat turning once, until
( marshmallow
together % cream, Vi
cup cup cupPeter lightly flaked with fork
4 5 minutes
Butter and Dtn : easily: to on
Pan Peanut 1J4 tablespoons :
drained each side absorbent paper. Serve with Hellmann's or
and maraschino I cherries.
chopped Best Food tartar aauce. Makes 4 servings.



Families with children may SHOP! :
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GRADE A sucm: chopiticks for all to try. .
Dishes Dlvlder-Paki
The divlder-pak ,
can a concept

PORK CHOPS ,79* 1 e .1'5 Foodi developed, keepa by Chinese I Chun vegetables King i : "

CELLOFKG. crisp in one can and a \
subtly spiced meat, seafood or A\;
poultry sauce tepa rat. in PICNICS
RQYAL1 another can. Both are simply 39
combined and heated at serving .
time. Five basic recipes-
RICE FRESH EGGS 41'e Chicken Chow Mein. Shrimp
Chow Meln Mushroom Chow f
Mein and Beef
Chop Suey-
are available in email and FRYER 5 LB
r v ( BOX$1.79)
LOOT 1 WITH N x family-size divider-pake Use
MORE FOOD ORDER. '. these as a basis for a Chinese
r ; f meal; or mix and match them The store that
r. i with American dishes.

19] Choose In the Frem Orient 800,00, the enjoymentof Dishes cares about you! LIVERS QUICK( FROZEN) 39c'
FLA. GRADE A SMALL food is traditionally I "a .beau L : ",

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shared with
friends. Cooking
t Is considered .
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FRUIT COCKTAIL 29 the ancient

Doz IN" cxT Chinese tually created ac r

f5t more than
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,. There were
McKENZIE FROZEN Cljf ___ for example,
( X10 more than 200 ways to make
OKRA HACK YE PEAS Field Pen T43t; pork an equal number of
ways to prepare chicken. Is it
any wonder that the numberof OUR OWN EASY BREW AtP BRAID SPECIAL

VAL VITA CALF.PEACHES. :r' 54 %v food home Americans has.bee? Chinese tripled become enjoying in cooking particularly the Chinese last ten at TEA BAGS :. : 79* INST. RICE 35<

= here Americans like .
;Oi i rt'O ry+ Its popular simplicity, flavor, quick- ROCKRIGRAM WHOLE ANN PAGE IISTANT SPELL LI '
rYl cooking advantage, economy
j ..and variety! CHICKEN Z .1.09 PUDDINGS"- 4O

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$: '
79 Rum adds flavor to this easy
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BAG'I Or spoon It over Ice cream for
a different (unda*. Served
warm. It la also delicious on
gingerbread" bread pudding
ARMBEST' and apple cobbler. The dark 5lb 4oz Box ", .
'rum give a a stronger. rum
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FAB i/i teaspoon salt

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not have to have an elaborateand waistline, and the other hold. maintain their shape--and are : answers questions about
expensive wardrobe ing back hair at the back of ready for wear in a Jiffy. : Junior Mat etiquette,
.g. She can be attractively the head. The head scarf Is made up in colorful fabricsof : rooming and Inttrttlt.
dressed by cleverly switch- loosely tied .wit ends hang man-made fibers. o
shirts, Q. Eums art coming up and The furniture In my roomIs
ing such essentials as Ing.Some Colorful plaids are used I lull can't fact the constant pretty old and heal-up and
sweaters skirts, pants, vests are tying them aroundthe for both long and short pants- grind of studying for them |Js my parents will probably get rid
and jackets as the newest waist laced through chainor skirts and swinging dirndl here any way to make studying of H when" I go easy" lo collegeIn
t es sportswear Items are beamedfor leather belts Others are skirts. They are often com more painless- besides resigning a few years. But until thai
double and triple duty. wrapping them around thehead bined with solid-colored myself to bad grades! time I have lo live with It, and
They can be glltterly accessorized -' Gypsy or Indian fashion. And ponchos vests jerkins or A. Nobody can study for you! 'it's RcttinR me down. Is there
to wear some portion there are those who use jackets. And good habits do make a any way I tan liven It up?
of the same outfit, five scarves to produce pussycatand difference! But we do have an A. Instant decorate! It's easy
week and look fash- Another pendulum In fashion idea to make a study break
days a middy bows fourinhandand a on you and your budget. Select
ionable each day! ascots. With so many is the soft afternoon dress... real break Try folding two a bright colorful pattern of
There are some designerswho colored scarves available In long a favorite with both Kleenex tissues into small Marvalon adhesive covering and
advocate that the more square oblong and other American and French women, squares and dipping them in then start using your imagination.
Its revival has been forecastIn witch hazel. Then lie down on
you add to an outfit the better shapes it Is not difficult to Marvalon can cover a
French designer Glvenchy's your bed with the pads over headboard drawers, table
it looks. an accessory Is manipulate them In a num- tops
spring and summer collection. your eyes. Just relax and soonyou'll wastebaskets, books closet
belt scarf but ber of
not just a or creative and Interest-
be hit the books
Givenchy returns It In chiffon ready to doors! Try contrasting patterns,
sweaters blouses and Jackets.The ing .
: ways.The
again fresh and rested. Do remember
:jor flat crepe with a pleated or wild colors any combination
new fashions shirt Is
sportswear body definitely to set an alarm or
to Voila!
\ enables the wearer to :'In .as well as the fitted tier. Hit day wear ensembles timer. You should get back to You're depression.Interior dec
play patterns textures and knit topper-tor wear with are sometimes contrasted In studying again in 10 or 15 orator!
colors together/ for some such additions as an action color. minutes.

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early part of the sixteenth century. Here we have fresh tomatoes with gravy. .. 'H'.IONDA
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One Of The Bold New City Leading Civic Youth Programs


;} Now what IB known u one of Jacksonville'. undone of the. state
a t t of Florida's leading-civic clubs, The Aatro Cents Men's Club,
+ !f celebrates its fourth ball season and begins the firth year In
,, w.. the All-Amerlcan and Bold New City of cksonvllle. This is
s ayr, m an organized civic club Five young men pioneered and met
'' at the Johnson Branch of the YMCA As they approached the ,
I the Xmas decided to than 73
rtl season they sponsor more boys
/ from the Jessie Street Parental Home for Boys. They gave
I ) Christmas gifts and assistance to needy families assistance
!, in the form of baskets clothing etc. The memebershlp
Increased to 1%. Members now total 20 Louis C. Myers was
1 t chosen president. The aggressive organisation then set about
,i to do something about the summer youth program dimly
;d needed. World began In the Floradale-Cleveland Height communltles. -
-M aNf ex. Nx eliu Wdhr hue wly, cx tr as More than 200 boys were sponsored through baseball
Encouraging support cae .
.- Encouraging support came from the New Deal Cab Company,
I t T from the Florida Times-Union Premier Meats, the Vulcan
Corporation, Mervon Pharmacy, Corner Drugs, Gibson Esso
f z r Service Station, Cavalier Cleaners and from the members of
+ t I .' I + the club Itself with such encouragement the club set up'eight
I '.j ? teams of boys, with such leaders u John Williams, Julius
I + 1 iei,. N,,, ( Bacon, W. Ford, E. White, V. Jenkins. Robert Marry Willie
v+ r'' ,# r Ttllmoa and Bob Smith, at the helm Johnny Shaw comes In for
y_ praise for help In the past and at present. A
parade was planned The William Raines High School band led
down Richardson Road and was followed by the Astro Cents the
or r "" Astro Little League Queen, Eight Midget Ban Teams and their
i + Board of County.Commissioners
I : : f mmetaWespuadebsataSfngletarn Part Representatives from the
/ 14f { j Department of Recreation were also present. Toe teams played
4, y.. 1 '' a full season with the first year's winners being Times-Union
Nitxl u r w.Ni., ru la, h.us coin, lfkax 6nix Nu I players New Deal Cab won the second year and the third year.
-.- By tradition the club opens its ball season with a parade to the
Y ---,---- _?..- v ,, r.-.._ ,?- f. ., -- field. A banquet closes the season Trophies, ribbons and other
r l t 'l a awards are presented. At the end of the second year, with two '
e t i weeks to go, with $1,200 needed for equipment we met the
J .,4T v tt' challenge of an offer from the Pop Warner Football League.
E f :J t y Under our brother and coach, Nathaniel (Booths) Williams,
+ t d pl ', ; Warner Baxter and Vandee Jenkins, we have won all championships -
1 e 'a trophies and ribbons. We are proud. Added to the list of
m +
I l community sponsors are Ed Long, Prudential Insurance, and
y 'r v '"' Cleveland Apartments u well as the Monciief Homes The
a ''N{ r Astro Cents now has a total of 10 midget teams four Junior
S'a + teams and 3 senior teams We are still short of funds to carryon
s t our work In your community. If you, your club, church, or
,n J ,l LP organization, would like to donate to our cause in the community

e+ ve, ., a please send check or money order to: Astro Cents
,* a' Men's Club P.0. Box 9662, Jacksonville, Fla.

Ul, yudd Sp cl jir e 1ee t b inrnef,


Parade And Baseball Kickoff Saturday April 26-12.30 P.M.

Scott's Park-Vernon Road At Hamilton .. "..

Photos And Story By Bob Smith,,

I Time Article Considers The Future Of Black Leadership In America's Growth I

Smileless Comic Magazine Says Extremes Will


Not Solve Pmeit DileMmas

Boys & Girls Can Make Money' Time Magazine in its Issue of April 4. 1989 presents a
powerful and what might be called a "major philosophical
operation( on the future leadership among Blacks In America.
Because of The objective approach Its editors have made to

Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are the given problem permission we present for the portions printing.of it here. Time Magazinehas

.. It is a year since Martiu by both blacks and whites.
EARNING From M. to s10.00 ( Weekly \ :"f, Luther King Jr. died. Who Negroes kiddingly called him
speaks for the black Americannow "De Lawd, but it was particularly
And LEARNING to do business. ? Important that King
dr44 The question itself Irritates was skied of black father In a
YOUNGSTERS smart Negroes. Who they respond Negro society of matriarchal
You '
!f If you are "j' 'speaks for the white American orientation. He was an example -
? Is It Richard Nixon
the of unique
and want to earn your own money, who gained the presidency with manhood to asserting young strengthin
'only 43.4fi of popular vote? the of
apparent passivity
this is the way to do it. ,George Wallace who achieved nonviolence.
more ballots than any other It Is Impossible to know '
need ; r third party candidate in the what King-and another assassinated -
PARENTS I Your child may not
; nation's history? If as one black leader Mal
magazine recently claimed colm X the apostle of the
: money, but the training gained as a ;singer James Brown "Soul un-churched: -. might have
Brother No.1. Is the most done'to change the struggle,
powerful Afro-Amerlcan. who had they lived., According toKIng's
newsboy will help him to be successfulin is the most powerful Italian assistant Wyatt Tee
American? Frank Sinatra? Walker "Their deaths set
Whlte America is only now back 25
% our struggle by'
later life. Many of the most successful' beginning of to understand the That diversity years. Even toward the end
Negro society. of King life however, he'may
\, dawning recognition may be a have suspected that he
men were Newsboys. Start A Route hopeful sign. Instead of racial was losing his constituency
I' discrimination it might mean among blacks because of the
,human'discrimination., a capacity change in Negro psychology.The .
Anywhere, You Live In Florida., to disttngulshamongthe thrust of the non-violent

:'1\\: ;;f: ; ', enormously varied aspects of crusade had been integrationof
: black
\ America. Says the National schools and public facll-

Irwin C. Watson, a great comic who makes people laugh' Urban League aWhitney'Youngs Ides voting rights and new
while himself never. cracking a smile does just that on the "Somehow the white: civil rights laws. Tet the
J : 1', : -)oj,, Arnel-sponsored. Special about romance males and females community has got to get over brutal circumstances of life
I AI:: .' .r" called "Spring Thing' which will be.seen In color Monday the idea that we should pro-, remained. Frustration grew.
,"I .... April 28 8 P.M. EST over NBC-TV. Noel Harrison and that vide them with a black messUh King s following soured. He
'i .
Ii.., "Ode to Billy Joe' gal Bobble Gentry; co-host the hour. Guest who will be all things was hooted in Wans when he
'pl'"f starring are Shirley Bassey "Laugh In s Goldle Hawn poet to all men.' Whites seem to preached nonviolence a day
,. 11 Pit Yn li Bisiuss Rod McKuen Harpers Bizarre British comicsHendra andUllett ;be able to distinguish their' after the riots in 1965. His
,. and Meredith MacRae. 'own crackpots from the rest open-occupancy reform cam
FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY'FfttyDA ," :(. but when there a riot of paign In Chicago failed. The
:. ................................. blacks Its all just blacks"'. Memphis garbage strike
," STAR:=2323 Moncrlef Road, Jacksonville Florida k Ia To hope for such a new seemed his last hope to redeem -
discrimination Is not to deny his
i philosophy.
a Martin Luther
Kngs' pre
The Rev.
....-......- .....-....-........ .-. .-............. ... SANDERS'suctitzrn eminence as the genius of the a black favorfoe Charming-candidate Phillips
FIRST NAME 'LAST'NAME 7 : II 5 civil spite rights the celebrity movement.that surrounded De- Democratic from Washington at last year's

e '. II".1 SANDERS FRIED CHICKEN him and because of that the Convention time Is past insists -
: ')LlR! -B-GUE : It--King s was the symbolic when a man can lead black
ADDRESS STREET, 1 NUMBER PHONE: NO. 3 g6 U presence and voice of the people simply by the brilliance
/ PuIYAT'TiES Ralph Ellison
.. I" of his rhetoric. The
Invisible Man, his
: I HIM lifter = alternatives to the King styleof
distilled Into
Send my child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on rage visionary leadership'however: are
credit 'to start : Rn Miiifiint, phrases)1) "I have a dream' far
him in bul. II. I will pay the s There from obvious. Straight
FLORIDA STAR 15$ for each copy he Mils. Those' I OF IlK CLAYTON EVANS were other componentsIn separation and extreme
that .are.not. sold, I will retirt and will M be King s leaderships,Ms on* nationalism are plainly not die I
-4 usual .
:.. 'required. to pay for unsold copies, .. a OPEN 24 HOURS M (culminating suture in among the while Nobel answer. I
,I>) CLAYTON EVANS BEGINNING APRIL 1 j Prize), the combination of his To whites fratricide Is just

":;\" = ',714-4357: 5531 A ..II. : Gandhlan Southern Ideals rural and style almost with leadership becoming apparent now appears Black wlth-

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Hill 11. I55J! Sift rmu 'UE 1

'I Villanova U. Will Be Scene Of Martin King International Freedom Games I

Riuoc, Evens Ad Rig Stirs FAMU Gets Grant Toted' Edicator Emphasizes Heed Social Secirity

Issaes Warniif'

Aro Expected To Participate For Comes OB Hacks Elderly cltlieu should beware -

PHILADELPHIA Brother- y' A collegeor 'national aspirations of freedom of a man bon u a
Inaugurate the AAU Champ M '
and democracy? Social Secarity Doctor"WlrDed
hood and good'sportsmanshlp, needs a Black
mingled with vigorous competition ionship Track and Field Ser- university because If The native Mississippian Junes H. IflddJetoq,
will permeate the ies that will be shown live Studies program history or said,history I Is replete with examples officer In chare of the Camr
has no
and on tape over the CBS a race ofpeoplewithdifferentracial Station Social Security ct1ce.This .
Dr. Martin Luther
King International tradition It stands In dangerof
freedom Games Television Network on 18 exterminated.Dr. and ethnic Indentldes man may be In the area.

to take place at Villanova consecutive Sunday after- being. Leedell W. Nevland, who have come together and This man operates by sning
noons. The opening May 18 of Arts worked In. harmonious fash- medicine from door to door
University's compact stadium dean, of the. College
on Philadelphia's competition of this programwill Ions. and promising a raise in the
18. be seen in live action and and Sciences at Florida Ag- "Perhaps one of the best social security check of(Iderirj
Sunday. May The s
ricultural Mechanical
spirit of the civil on tape. experiences In @ ack Studies >ersons.
great rights When the crowded Winter University told the Florida :'would be those emanating from
leader will hover
over the
schedule barred. chanceof Association of Colleges and Wfllch
any a black Institution where whitesare
that will
meet bring together -
the echelon staging the Dr. King games Universities meeting at the drawn In to share In the
top track
indoors it that University of Florida Thurs- Institutionalized of Clown
was agreed patterns This '
field from
and the US. and ,
the Philadelphia area shouldbe day night ((4,10)) that Negro blacks" said the author of
abroad. of the scene of an outdoor history must be taught In numerous articles on Negro 11.1$ 11H.21.31
The idea a sports event
and that the of Penn. all schools because
meet U. history and culture.
that would give vent to an
Race prejudice was the result -
Franklin if available of
Field Out a meeting of the
athletic expression of their would be the site. Alumni of historical writings and there would
fallen leader', iLiA races come a
Ideals emerged activities at the ancient sports : teachings whl either Ignoredthe liberating experience that '
last Winter Southern
Christian among battleground on May 18 elim- Negro achievements or would be valuable to both 5 \
Leadership Conference
inated that arena and Villa- : said they were non-existent; whites and blacks", Dr. Ney ,1
members. nova was sele."n.Peters The Negro must, be shown land said. 1
Joe Peters. SCLC sports and Lancaster, ,l that he does have a credit- He concluded "Black Stud- V t. **' \
chairman was dissuaded from able past or he will lack Inspiration -
former Penn State ies forth
sprinterwho programs are coming
planning an Indoor met by t
Is serving as meet director I and motivation and as an Indication of our past 31. 11. 31
Amateur Athletic Union officials .
The Caucasians must be
crowd that failures of
predict a to a group peo-
and urged rather to will overflow the field's 13- educated to this conclusionor ple, and as a ray of hope for 113 112 114
hold an outdoor event to
000 for the they will lack respect for into
seating capacity bringing beinga
which the latter organizationwould game. the race. unified American society Sometimes*lie's, up,:Som&meri
invite some of the Dr. Neyland posedtheques- He's down. He Adds Subtract
There will be an Interludein with the Negro as a full par- ,
world outstanding athletesto the afternoon's competitionfor dom "Is It too much to ask ticipant"'. He works all around."

provide an Internadnal a tribute to Dr. King)! In that slavery not be taught asa The two-day annual meet-
field worthy of the compe- which will take I humane and beneflclent Institution of
Mrs.King part. ing top Florida Junior and 17 44 II
tition. Lancaster hopes he will be as many courses do senior college and university
Bob Beamon and Lee Evans able another but rather that the .lave trade from both
to present chap- educators private Attraction
respectively world record ter In the stirring Evans vs. I and slavery In the United and public schools con- Coming
,holder In the long jump and series. States were moral evils and cluded
Larry James 440-yard at noon Friday
400 head meters a brilliant are expected of to James is the Villanova star Dr Benjamin U Perry. Jr.., President of Florida, A & university/Tallahassee. Florida, I highly Inconsistent with our 71. 33. mMAN'S

array who was breathing .down receives a financial grant from Charles I.. Fields President of
American and Recruiting Management Consul.
stars Evan's neck when Lee cracked tents Inc., of New
York. The grant was one of nine given to and universities I DAYSNUMIERED
Clarke of Australia and colleges
choge Kelno and Naftall Temuof Klp- the the Olympic world mark 400 meters in winning withan out southeastern region by Fields', firm. through SEAFOOD $ :* "

Kenya are among the for- electrifying 43.8-second fli

eign invited contingent by the AAU.that has been performance. James was Nine CollegesRecriitieg Receive (Grants At. Atlanta .
clocked In 43.9.KIpchoge sH IMP BOAT WHITING 1\ "Mans Days are Numbered.
The Villanova event will won the 1500- and Fortune can be
., Health
meter race at Mexico City In Meet For Aid In Maiaaerial Area SHEEPNOSE 49URGE .LII, Yours when you know your

Wishiiitoi U. and 3:34.9 was and Olympic second at record 5000 ATLANTA .. Charles U Jenkins, president Albany Consultants. Inc. The conference SILVER DRUM Lucky Days.

Fields president of Recruit- State College Dr.. Thomas had 28 corporations Lucky Colors, ect.
meters.10,000-meter Temu run captured and was the ing Management Consultants D. Jarretts president.; Atlanta participating in company's, t MULLET ........,............................. 39fB. i Send $2 00 for your '

AcioucesOpportuities third in the Inc.. of New York City pre- University) Dr. R L. Perry recruitment porgram for Horoscope Guide for
who runs all over the Clarke world sented, on behalf of his president, Florida A & M: minority group professionals.Mr. SPEC. TROUT ........................................ 69' lb.

but rarely In Eastern US. company grants to nine col- Dr. Waldo W. Blanchett Fields was presented STEAK FILLETS..................................... 98 Ib. APRIL

holds numerous world dis- leges and universities president. Fort Valley State with a special award of CONCH MEAT ...................................... 79' lb. Fill In the blank below and

To alleviate the servere tance records but unfortunately throughout the state of College: Dr. Hugh M. Glos- achievement Coleman, southeastern_ by Clarence SEA BASS ............................................. 59' lb. mall to ZODIAC, Post Office
and regional -
shortage of black economistsin has not been able to Georgia Florida A &his.M alma University.mater ter president Morehouse director, National, YELLOW MULLET ROE ........................... 98' lb. Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla.
this --according to his College: Dr. John Middleton -
estimates country there are only about carry into the record.breaklng'fonn Olympics. Those accepting the grants, president Morris Brown Urban League who was .WHITE ROE (Meld) ............................... 59' Ib. .NAME

74 with a Ph.D degree in the ,In person, were Dr. Thomas College! Dr. Edward Brant-' among.those Invited as speclaKguests. Beath Whiting ................... .................. 59' lb. ''STREET,

United States-.a new innovative .*., assistant to the president :DATE OF BIRTH
training program has Clark College! H W. Freeman Other' special guests were
been launched at Washington dean of students Savannah Dr. Nathan Wright guest
University It was announced Sales Mean Songs State College andj Mrs. .speaker: Kelvin ,Wall manager -

JT t day" by Chancellor Thomas" 'jLh"flfw''. -"' Carolyn Graham JplacemeriT'& Coca-Cola, ,Market; US.A.Development, and Robert' :Old Tayl r' Presents: : Ingenious.:American -'" < Ii
a Eiiot. director Spelman College.The ,....
Under the plan ten black occasion for the grantswas W. Brocksband spoke on the 10\' ;;-.1;, ;" '' ". ,,'

college Juniors will be offered the Manpower Recruiting significance of Mr. Fields recruiting ."
stipends of $500 plus Conference held recently in services to major

room board and travel expenses Atlanta. Georgia sponsored corporations. ,

at Washington Uni- by Recruiting Management! _.J F 't q A her
versity this summer to pre-
pare for graduate study In
Selected on a competitive
basis these students will undergo Soothing relief for
Intensive training In economics '
from June 12 to hard-working hands:

August 8 In the first phase of ti M VASELINE* PETROLEUM JELLY. For hand 10

a comprehensive Economics rough, 10 chapped, they actually hurt.
Internship Program. Soothes and aoftena.
Those who complete the a .
I Frovldea !w
iummer program success ;,
fully will be awarded six units against
than watery
of credit and will be consid- lotions. eontinuoualJ'
ered for financial support for Petroleum
the summer of 1970 follow-. a little mo

graduate ing their senior work in year economicsat and for leum qther r: ;! ; I'I

hands an wor
Washington University. DIrectors t et
of the program Pro- !
fessors Marshall Hall and -, r.
George McKenzie will alsO I

assist students who wish to

pursue their study of economics -
elsewhere to gain admission -
to the graduate school t1.I.

of their choice. ,,, ,-
for black
Ten fellowships 'dies uritt
students who want to beginor .

leading continue to a Ph.graduate D. degree study at Matthew Alexander. Henson ((18661955)The )

University (St.
Washington Gulf Oil Sales Representative Al Smith explains to Dealer
been announced
Louis have by
the Graduate) School of Arts Service Station in Atlanta, how record sales of Gulfs pro- I .
motional album of Walt Disney's Merriest Songs can mean
and Stipends Sciences atthe ranging University.from sales records for .the station. Mr. Smith also works with first man to set footon

Mr. Richardson and his partner, Lockwood Williams in an
$2.000 $2,500 for a
ular academic year plus reg-tuition auto Industrial service Blvd arrangement from the station.with a Holiday Inn across Fulton the top of the world.The .

will ,
support up to 2.100 __
be offered to each student
awarded a fellowship. The ,DON'T BE A DROP-OUT, STAY, IN SCHOOL.
for signs of a true adventurer showed to the Pole, and fast, since a number of
wards available students -
are In the I up early in the life of Matthew Henson. nations were vying for the claim.
36 seeking" to of study the Graduate At the ripe old age of thirteen, Henson Matt Henson was the man. Trudging
departments School of Arts and shipped out as cabin boy on a schooner the last painful miles, recording observations -
those In bound for China. and calculating a true course,
Sciences including sciences When he returned to Washington, Matthew Alexander Henson became the
the social
sciences D.C he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the
and the life-
humanities, hlr.t famous.The then Lt.Robert E.Peary North Pole. Peary arrived forty-five muv

sciences.Preference will be givento discovered Matt Henson working a utes later,and,together,the men planted

candidates lble to begin Washington hat shop. Peary was lm-> the American flag.
study next Sep- mediately) Impressed by Henson, and he No longer was Matt Henson an \>\f
graduate Invited the canal- adventurer. He was given a Con-
tember but the Graduate young man to join a scure
surveying expedition to Nicaragua. Hen- gressional Medal, life membership in theExplorers'
.School Is encouraging prospective 4iith
Club commendation from
candidates including son accepted. a
Peace Corps volunteers and Under Peary's tutelage, Matt Henson the President a Master of Science degree
veterans became an able navigator, adept at calculating by Morgan State College, and numerous
returning who might military be available at distances and plotting charts. A medals and plaques from civic organiza
short time later began his tions.
other times In the academic Peary renowned
Suitable arrangements arctic expeditions to locate the April 6, 1959, the 50th anniversary of
year to apply.can be made for North Pole, and Henson accompanied the discovery of the North Pole was

fellowship applicants who are the admiral on all\ seven trips. proclaimed by the governor of Mary
unable meet the Septem- On the final trip Peary lay drained land as Matthew Alexander Henson
ber entrance deadline. _____ from exhaustion and crippled by frost Day. Fitting tribute to the first man ever

Interested applicants are bite. Someone had to make the last dash to stand on the top of the world.

asked to send! a brief sketch OLD TAYLOR

of their educational historyand ICENTlIC''Y SIR Amur HOUSTON WH IIY
graduate study Intereststo 81 rllOOF,THI OLD TAYLOR Dlb riLUKY 00,. t.ANIo.I'ORT.. LOUSVILLI$ KY'

Dean Ralph E. Morrow 1 Would you like to own this handsome sculptured butt of Matthew Henson 8" loll mode of

Graduate School of Arts and SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30 antique bronze cast stone and carries. the complete Henson ttory. II coils $5,00 (which Is who it
1187. Washington onMcDUFF M. of BEAVER
Sciences. Box St. Louis costs us). Send check or money order to Old Taylor Box 48&5S Grand Central Sfo, N.Y.No 10017..
University. Please allow 8 weeks for delivery. Offer expires Dec. 3)),1969. -
Mo. &3130.I. .


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Inposiig Roster Of Members II Poplar Miiuiia- Says ExtrenesI

I $89,000 Graifod I
BAA's Coittoaice I
Assam' Advertising Symbolism Will' Hot 'SolwPr.s 11 Dll....,
ALT To Trail f l
and letters. The Academy writer Chuck Stone; poet-
arts -
educator Ama W. out dlr ctf n. wttiii t ig George Washington Carver
Is not restricted. Ne of the ofThree accommodation
remains two
one symbolized
Caste Social Workers
Dr. Lincoln It
groes. siys. most influential: ck Marcus Carvey a return to
Davis Robert Hooks and
is open to shoe who want leader before Martin
i but many, Negroesfeel Africa. Long
Frederick 0 Neal: dancers GREENSBORO, N.C. The
to make a notable Impact on made civil dis-
he is to
trying Luther King
Arthur Mitchell and Alvin Alley Department of Sociology and
Black bulture.
: factions. respectable there
The Black Academy of Arts : musicians Julian (Cannon Social Services at A & T j srtsoklnb satisfy all Roy :obedience
of violent
Wilkins the strain
despite also
and Letters was organized ball) Adderly and Duke Ellington State University has receiveda 1 oftheMA.A.C.P. was a white law. It
membership revolt against
: artists Inge Hardlson of $89.000 from the ,
'With the help of $75.000 from Verde G. Hayes Jacob Law- North grant Carolina Department of )has lost more ground than !began with the slave rebellions
the Twentieth Century Fund. than any other leader with 'W Denmark Vesey and Nat
and Charles White
rence :John Public Welfare for a new
It will continue to receive Franklin pro the decline of Integration as Turner, and has echoes In the
Hope for the social
outside support for the next University of Chicago history gram workers.' training rrA the principal Issue and the rape convictions of Eldridge
three years (then It hopes to loss of the NA.A.C.P.'s traditional Cleaver's prehistory of Mai-
department: singer EttaMoten Dr. Will Scott chairman of
[ '
become selfsupporting.The adversary role. To career as ,
Barnett: Charles V.Hamilton the department and directorof Y com X s early
academy s Initial membership chairman Roosevelt university the said that em- be sure the constituencies o( Harlem hustler. Indeed the
consists of 50 of the program older Negro activists are tinderestimated -' ex-criminal is one more
political science depart- phasis will be placed on edu-
top Black talents In the na- especially in a black leader for
menu; St. Clair Drake Roose- cating students for graduate Newport archetypal
tion. Rules of the Academy velt university! sociology pro- schools and preparing them II press that publicizes the crime Is both a way of existential -
allows he( election of 10 often than
shocking more quiet rebellion against the
fessor Lerone Bennett for positions In existing social
additional persons each year. executive editor Ebony magazine -' agencies.He j accomplishment. "Some leaders black fate and a black condition
Meetings win be held once a : writer John A. Williams said that the new funds ", says Young "are followed that reformed man can
year In April in the Academy : historian Vincent will enable the University to by sevenNegroeund'lOscreamIng later charge to white oppression
s Harlem headquarters. Harding; Adelaide Cromwell 'secure additional books and reporters'. On gaining the energy of
In addition to Dr. Lincolnas the other hand If blacks
Hill sociologist; Martin Kll- other teaching aids equipment many contempt In the process.
president. officers remain conservative of black leader-
Academy eon political scientist; and and several additional personally The future
Include novelist John Henry Lewis orchestra con staff personnel.Scott they also welcome ship lies beyond either resignation
Ob Klllens vice president d flamboyant "Adam
: ductor. said A & T currently gestures. orapocafypse. Pessimists -
psychiatrist Dr. Alvin Pous- has 548 students majoring In :Clayton Powell is the, vicar argue that white racism
,saint, treasurer: Chicago Defender Champion Charity sociology about 80 per cent of ,for the man who always wants and resulting black racism ..
columnist Doris Saunders to spit In Mr.Charlie face;., 1 have made It nearly impossible -
secretary. Club List Musical them social Interested welfare.In. a careerin Symbolic of one'of the largest advertising campaigns: ever directed! to the moats black- 'says John Morsell assistant for a moderate black

Among academy members "There Is definitely a shortage community by a cigarette manufacturer is this poster created by'Vince Cutlers (pert, pres- executive director of the leader to command a national
are columnist Carl Rowan; For May 28 of social workers he ident of VInce Callers Advertising Inc. Similar posters have been placed ton outdoor billboards NA.A.C.P,1fey love him following. But there are
photographer _Gordon Parks; added. "For example the throughout the country. The .man on the poster known as "the Bold Soul In the blue dashikl', for jhat..but they don't expectbins younger black leaders who are
The Champion SoclalandCharity State of California this also is featured In Cullers-created advertisements now running In black-owned newspapers to do anything solid'. far from racist Georgia
Club will present the year and while series of The militants have In some
magazines a new
could hire all of the graduating Newport commercials is being broadcast on black- State Legislator Julian Bond
annual musical at St.Paul AME oriented radio stations. Helping Cullers is Ernest Beavers ways served as shock troops between
NEI ADILT social worker) from all of (right) assistant division sales 29 bridges the gap
Church May 28, at 7.30: p.m. manager for Lorlllard Corporation, which makes Newport. for the moderates. The scare' moderates and extremists
,the colleges and still have -
SPRING CUSS Mrs Mary Neal will sing. The positions technique has been successfulbut middle and lower classes old

public Is Invited. Mrs. Martha'Williams Scott open.said A & Ts programwill MusicologistsrrT'r .also,dangerous, carrying,! and young. Chcago s Rev.
Now Starting : Is president give the students practical the risk of Indiscriminate retaliation Jesse Jackson 27 with his

supervised experiences in by white com "Operation Breadbasket
** Hospital CashierSalesClerkKIndsrtartea Aide Class FOR MEN AND WOMEN schools nursing homes hospitals -' [ munities. The most Incendiary coercing local 'merchants to
sheltered workshopsand militants have also hire Negroes has some Ne-
OF ALL ACES day care centers. proved to be' some what think, an overweening ambi-
'A 11 of theseagencles share transient in part because they tion. But says Bond "whatwe
pianoCuRerTheorya trek. New IMPROVEDNATU1' one problem and that is staff come unarmed with political need is 150 Jesse
Band and Orchestra instruments ITABLETS for that tired, rundown shortages" said Scott. "We r r t programs. Rap Brown and Jacksorts".
feellngttat keeps you from will actually give our Juniorsand Stokely Carmichael have Such leaders plainly have
BOIDEH1 COLLEGE Tablets. i seniors limited responsi- faded. Eldrldge Cleaver is In national potential. But for
llOO $3,00; 200 Tablets bility for caseloads." ,hiding. Even If Cleaver reappears the present black Americansare
.18U West 20th Street $5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD's.;, Scott said the new grant his Black Panthersare suspicious of figures who
R llstrar $59-9722. Call :EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES will also enable the University in trouble the result of have been elgher canonizedor
Moo" Tues, Wed., and FrI .t>epC FSt 5937 1(. Broadway? to get the students Involved 'a blood feud with Ron Kar- excoriated by the national
7.30 to 10:00 Chleaw. Illinois 60628 by paying their wayto enga's US. Karenga allows press; Negroes tend to assume -
professional conferences. for some accommodation with sometimes unjustly
It will also enable A&T whites to achieve "black that wide publicity dilutes a'
to maintain its membershipin 'self-determination self leader's effectiveness.
NORTHSIDI the Council on Social Work respect and self-defense'. In 1966, Martin Luther King
SUPER SLIDECOME Education.30 .Ironically he quarrels'with said: "I don t think that any-
HAVE A the Panthers because they thing can be more tragic in the
Mrs. Rebecca W. Steele (c), choral director at Florida A & M University. is visited by two. have been wl)ling to ally their civil rights movement than the
SU..II'SLID. INAT former students who have been successful since leaving FAMU. Harold Dumont Moore ((1)) is organization with white rad attitude that the black man can
a baritone recording artist' with Ashley Recording Company while Dr. Cleveland Pennard Is icals.that's solve his problems by him-
J.M. FIE IDS, 48TH t. MAIN TOOTHACHEr president of the Washington D.C.,) Technical Institute., Dumont Moore was guest soloist duringthe self'. Indeed Cleveland's
SANCTIONED BY NATIONAL CHILD SAFETY COUNCIL Founders Observance. Dr. Dennard was the guest speaker for the convocation. .. .. Mayor Carl Stokes and Gary s
Don t wtfw-ftllevtpiln Mayor Richard Harchercouldnot
WEEKDAYS-4 P.M. TO 10 P.M 1 SLIDE ..25SATURDAY .l.wcondi it millloni recommend'using do with: have been elected without
Zoo TO 10 P.M 4 SLIDES- ..50SJ1tiDAr .Many dentists '
ORA IEL until you lit considerable white support.
-1 P.M. TO, 10 P.M., 15 SLIDES1.00 I profuilwill' triitmorajel. ,weawrMh. White co-operation is vital at

'THE ADV. GOOD FOR TWO'FREE SUPERS-uDES. '' \:: i'e..N every level of development,

"'' .. I If only because no amount of
','" Incantation can change the
basic ratio of blacks whites
++ +e.NNNNNt.eNeN..NtNNNeeeeeN.N..Nee.+.NM ,In the u.s. population.But .

Prices Good Only At., need -American- and apparently Negroes also are
baby beginning to get .. a new
Kilts Rd. I Riskin kind of organic pragmatic

J :L%:; *8tk 'I Davis Streets S' j, i' "And I'm telling it like, it is. People today are moving own leadership local efforts created and emergingself by their

'21st, I Myrtle ""1 on up-reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch.. King's-caveat confidence.blacks Despite must define -

*33ri I MeicriefHfwil r. .4, ; Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The the Issues and values

w ; : only popular-priced beer in America with in-brewed carbonation of their own lives if they are

Are it Clcveliii peedApril" "r 1:, i\j r ..' ".' (our own special way of putting fine bubbles to the develop white wo a rid.secure Ultimately Identityin

,IS Tbra April 23rd in beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That's this problem may be eased.

Ndj e.e.NHNN .N. NNeNNNN f ; Busch, baby. And we can prove it" joritles as more and cities elect get more black black ma'

1 Special Look for the special Rosko display wherever buy beer. leaders to political office.
Reg. 4.99. you Today the majority of Negroes
probably agrees with
the Roy lords formula! they
SEMKDV'VODKA Price BUSCH.from Anh.u .r-Buich, Inc. St. Louie, Mo. wish to consolidate (their won

1T turf and then decide on what
terms they will participate In
the larger American society.
FIFTH Tomorrow may bring more
strife 'e_ or peaceful racial
pride. Whatever the outcome
more and more local black
vIi1* leaders are bent on building
HitilM Frra black establishments and
seeing that no one black or
GRAINReg. re.e a white bums them down. White
l Americans are well advised to

N.NNN.Ne..He.N1.NeeNN provide every ounce of help
N they can.
0 eu+uas
VpRi .
1 I. e r ., Sarah McGinnis
Wt Society Has
kB+Axkle.. !
FINEST S ,Annual Tea

I The Sarah McGlnnls Missionary -
Gold SaliiICATAwBA! Society of NeW Bethel AME
Church Third and Tyler, ww
tart Its annual Calendar Tea
I : April 20 from 4 to 6 p.m..
Tables will be decorated to

depict the months of the year.
WINEPINK Hostesses will be present.Mrs.;
Olivia Bar re 11 Is president
Mr). y.A. Jones coordlDatarIncl.

01WIIm S .Rtr. Ellsha Jones, pastor.

NH ...................NN.NNeN CARDS OF THANKS
The 1'amJJ-oI"thi" late Eugene
Reg. 4.40 :P 3t' H. Bran wishes to express

their sincere thanks andappreciation ;
$ G&WLONDON for the flowers,'
food!!, cards, telegrams, and
f visits during our recent grief.
Signed: Mrs. Matilda B.Brown,
r uf e q wife.
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