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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 26, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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President .* **! *** **

Stephen C. O'Connel!,president
of the University of Florida at
Gainesville, asked regents for ra y.w 'w YEAR OLD WIFE
authority to add to the campus 21 -
.police this reek
Strangely enough, all of 10 ,
complaints listed by the
educator are, by dates:
March 22:, Old woman IB
Schucht Village parking lot was 's IS JAILED AFTERJHUSBAND'S
assaulted male. by a 200-pound Negro

AprU 2: Two Black males tried
to rob a student walking east r
v
oo Union Drive
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April I: A Negro male grabbed ../, '
a coed by the arm near the
,materials engineering building DEATH
after leaving Belts Union.
AprU 8:' Molesting of a white
near Broward Hall by two Black

men.April 12: Disorderly conductby : Mere Aberaathy, Man Seemed Well Onlookers NoneKiykesa'oll .

eight or nine Black youthsat Two Tarry arker High School student swept honors In the annual Jacksonville Jiycee Aid
Carnl-Gras. sponsored Teenage Safe-Driving Road-e-o. Donna Whltlon and Glenn Boyles, Jr., Leads Marchersla 1fI.I
April 12: Black males disturb center, won first-place honors Julius Trimmings, left, representing New Stanton High, Glasscock
Carnl-Gras.and allegedly stole and John Palllster, from Wolfson High, were runner-ups. Jaycee Chairman Jim Butler, D.I.
tickets center, announced that the winners will represent Jacksonville at the state finals In Hollywood Wade Issie When Death Hit Two Jacksonville policemenare
2 3 and 4.Special. ,
April 12: Assault involving 10 on May objects of complaint by a
Black youths and one Black CHARLESTON "Armed"with local committee which charges
female. ,Use of raxor. a toothbrush and a Bible, A Jackson..lIle woman"u remanded to Jail without bond Monday, them with brutal and unfair
April 12: Threatened assault. Events Teachers Will Rev Ralph Abernathy, directorof after her husband died and was charged with murder treatment on'April 14, at about
IM: ,Threats with revolver, after the Southern Christian Leadership Mrs. Barbara Fedd, 221 Os- He claimed he grabbed her arm. 10:40 p,m. on Ashley Street
1 v. accident. on Union Drive. Hear Speakers Conference, came to ceola Streets, SI, was held in'' The gun discharged A bullet in the rear of Bubba's Restaurant
April 12i Assault of Black jiA Charleston Tuesday and, In the Jail without bond Monday entered Ills body. of youth
!*/youth. C. white Jamie'subject. w O } fimtarafat. JOO..t\:1kI.at": ,Blac ,.;",*:ArfieortJing.W'D. { tectryeServant ,':Fed-:wore :later1 admitted" n 'toi This group"of' complainantshas
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and siibeetuent treatment for Ul1it 1Joins :For Jacejsstta hospital workers, Vowed to C.L..Domyfcand' i Duval Medical Center' and re. released formal statement
wounds !in, emergency room.' .: .. ,. ,;"Racism in'td\JC\ t D"'Ww be plague the state officials,with Detective 'J.C. ,Tomlinson, 'I. leased.' H. returned later' to: concerning 'the actions, art
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April IS 'Racial disturbance sins in their Roosevelt Fedd,' 20, was shot .
: / j ,1J:f the them, of a conference of their own refusing the Center and died there Patrolmen K.D.; Kuykendall and
rumored at rack meet of high American Federation of to concede to negotiations fog in the stomach on April 5. According to officers Mondaythe D.B. Glasscock. .
and Junior college teams heldatUF. Teachers, AFL-CIO, to be held future benefits and increased Conflicting accounts as to the cause of the death had not According to the committee,
., Big May Affair in Orlando Saturday,'April 28, wages cause of the shootlngweregiven. been decided. An autopsy was "two patrolmen apprehended a
Nine Civil Rights at the Park Plaza HoteL Rev. Abernathy spoke at a planned. youth in a brutal fashion not
David Selden, national strike rally In the southern Mrs. Fedd said that her Following the shooting the becoming of officers of the
Heads Aid The Eugene Butler Chapter of the Duval County Cancer Drive was president of the AFT will be city. He vowed to make Birmingham msgand was holding a pistol woman was arrested and law," on Ashley Street. .
given t strong boost Monday night when many citizens met at the principal speaker. and Selma look like then It fired and bullet struck charged with assault with intent The formal statement continues
Charleston Strikers Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and pledged volunteer service In the Other speakers will include a picnic when compared to ilm. According to the dead man to commit murder. She was : "While we,. the
raising of $8,000 for the Chapter in the fight against the nation's T.Wlllard Fair, executive director Charleston in his plans for Irs Fedd was holding the guns released and was free until signatures below, were inside
CHARLESTON, s.c. Nine most dreaded disease.. of Greater Miami Urban battle. she started from their home. Fedd died., the cafe a patrol car passed
leading civil rights workers Eric 0.Simpson, editor of the Art'Goodman Comm'.Ijl1fy Choir, League, whose topic will be Rev. Abernathy wore his heading north on Broad Street
to strongly protest, by strike, Florida Star, headed the enthusiastic the BlvensSpeclalsTonnettes, "Teacher-Community Action, "marching shoes' and led a Supreme. Coirt Upsets and turned left at the corner.
the Charleston situation Involving forum on cancer, and Cllftones, Gretel and Gertie Against Racism," Mrs Alber- line of Negro workers In a We particularly noticed the car
hospital and nursing *was aided by many others in Dancing'School, Sunrise' tha Lingo, mother of Eddie march a mile in length on two Boy's Rape Coivictioa because the blue lights on top
home "orterl.Soma planning for the complete Female Singers,. the Harris Lingo, Miami Central athlete, hospitals, state Institutions, ,were flashing The car stoppedon
of the workers receiveno involvement of, a vanguard of Singers, The Sensational Holy whose topic will be "Civil here The march was not without WASHINGTON The United ,required to undergo two fingerprinting ,Ashley at the rear of said
more than $1.30 per hour. workers.At Travelers, TheVerseteers,' .Liberties In Expelling surveillance.\ Permission for States Supreme Court '{oDdl, sessions.The .' (Bubba's) cafe.
Mrs Coretta King widow of this meeting districts were Mrs, Jacquelyn Smith Davis Students;" and Mrs. Mary the trek was given at the last upset the conviction Black upsetting decision was I' "The Patrolmen leaped from
the late Dr.Martin Luther King established, kits distributed and and Little Valerie Malbory. Benjamin, from,West Palm moment. Police lined both sides John Davis, 14 years old, for to Z; Justice Black and Justice the car and proceeded on foot
St. 'Issued the official cannisters supplied' for collection Mrs Genevieve Crockett will Beach, whose topic will be"The of the streets down which the the rape ofan86-year-oldwblte Stewart dissented, into the driveway. Shortly after
statement of support. funds. All funds be in charge of nurses at the Palm Beach Student Boycott. protesters marched woman, Mrs E.B. Kay, of the patrolmen emerged from
collected will be banked and game Mrs. Ethel Davenpoit Leaders from AFT locals Mary Moultrie, head of the Meridian, Miss, in an eventfuland White Miimian Sells the driveway dragging a young
given to the Deal County Unit 'Bannister will be in charge throughout the states will discuss ', local union, walked along with precedent-breaking series fellow. One patrolman was
April is National Cancer of thcSpee1a1lventaColD/111ttee problems Involving the the minister A Roman Catholic of decisions. Store To Black holding the youth around the
Month. It Is for that reason which will assist Mr. Simpsonand lack of an Integrated curricula was In the line. Cleveland The young boy had been neck with "half-Nelson"\ and
that every effort is being madeto the Butler Chapter In the integrated faculties and Robinson of New York, president sentenced to life In prison: Worker And friendMIAMI the other officer had a grip on
j solicit assistance and to further Implementation of. the Integrated student t bodies Inmost of the Negro American- According to information, he A white man here, the belt of the young fellow.
raise' the quota set for the program '' of the schools In Florida, Labor Council helped. Leon. had occasionally worked for the having operated for 28 years "As they approached the car
ScholarlyC yButler Chapter., The Butler Branch has the according to Ralph Lloyd, executive Davis of New York, president octogenarian. in .a negro section here, retired they bodily slammed the victim
Another and special event has unqualified support of Theodore director of the Florida of Local 199 of the Retail Following the alleged incidentthe last week and turned his against the left rear side of
i i'been planned for Friday, May Lawrence, C.A. Willis. L.C. AFT Wholesale and Departm.ntStorel boy, arrested many times, clothing business over to two the car One officer gegan to
I 123, at 730. This will be known Lucas and James Williams On Registration for the Union, also Joined In. was detained In Jackson,fingerprinted Blacks. search the fellow The youth
j i u the Old Timers Baseball the music committee are Mrs. conference will begin at 9:00 The leader promised not to glvenalledetectortest. Jerry Samuelson, owner of began to question the action
!i i Game It will be held at Wolf. Harry M. Anthony, Bill Young, am and the sessions will give up the fight until the He was obliged to sign the the prosperous store, said he of the patrolman as to why they
son Park The teams will be Marvin Collins and Art Good. adjourn at 3:30: p.m.' strikers win In his own words, incriminating statement of his had an offer of $100,000 from were arresting him, when one
known as The Rheumatics and man he said he. plans to "Sock it guilt. whites, but refused. officer brutally pushed his
Et The Arthrltlcs.'Team captains Further information for those ** **** to 'eel" Supreme Court Justice Bren- Two Blacks, one an employe, victim's head against the car.
will be Councilwoman Mary who will volunteer' their time As the marchers approached, nan said no attempt was made the other a regular customer, They placed hancuffs on him,
Singleton and Salley Mathl. can be secured by calling the Mt. Hermon Baptist,, the .county hospital they stop. by police to employ procedures have male their down pay- the victim, with his hands
The umpire for this unique ,Florida Star, 384-8782, or any ped. Ten pickets were there. under the Fourth Amendmentand ments and expect to set out on behind.
game will be Wilford Cj.Lyon, member of the committee The No attempt was made to Join that the boy's detention was a contract of payments through "One officer stated that he
LAWRENCE RARRB Jr., general crusade chairman. Duval County Unit office is Church Scene Of them, in view of the fact that not authorized by a judge, the years. Clyde Floyd, the had snatched a pocketbook.
AKRON, Ohio"Lawrence D. Added Interest will be given located at 1462 San Marco the law prohibits having mo-e ,r i Justice Brennan also averred employe, received the commendation The complaint continues:
Harris,' senior at Akron South this citywide affair by the Bold'' Boulevard. The number is' than 10 in front of the hospitals that the boy.. unnecessarily of the store owner "Whether or not the victim is
High School has received a City Music Festival, which will 398-0337. Volunteers are Next Town Meeting guilty or not,we do question.
tour-year B. P. Goodrich lie follow the game. Among artists needed. The goal Is $8,000.,' ,First In Awards We strongly feel that his guilt
hlevement Scholarship Award to appearing la the Interest of' The aim Is victory against The next Town Meeting, sponsored Is for a court of law to deter
'attend the college or university cancer elimination! will be the'A.i..lIl.s cancer by Councilman K.L. mine. However, wa do question
of sponsored his, choice.by BFG The through award the, (Bobby) Moore, will be held at why the ,arrest was made In
National Achievement Scholar the Mt.Hermon Baptist Church. such a brutal way and why It
ship Program for Outstanding II EscaaibiaCeiaty The Lincoln Villa Opportunity was not brought to the attentionof
Negro Students, Is an extensionof Club, an outgrowth of the Jack. the victim that be had certain
the company's participation sonvllle Urban League's constitutional rights upon
in the National Merit Scholar. pIn Obeyiai Curt Project ENABLE will hold the / arrest.
ship program. Harris, the eon meeting In District 10. "Furthermore, wx questionthe
ot Mrs. Kay F. Turman, 733 PER COLA What might be called the Escambia Plan of Consideration will be given, I II Chief law officer of the
Edgewood avenue plans to attend ,desegregation, a plan which eliminates the freedom of choice. at the forum, to paved streets," agency,, Dale Carson, u to
Baldwin-WaGace College, plan,was tobe submitted to UnltedStates! District Judge Winsston street lights, drainage systems i whether or not such tactics are
Beret, Ohio. He Is considering .. Arnow earlier this week As a result Pensacola and the county and to mall delivery.The I normal procedures for arrestIng -.
a career In either mathematics stand In the front of other counties which are still toying wp church Is located at 8527 members of the distinguished -
science or philosophy. plan, was to be submitted to UnltedSfates District Judge Winston
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In high school, Harris has been, Redpole. The meeting opens at comm' ty. Finally,
active In wrestling,track,radio court directives. 7:30: p.m. the car that was Involved was
Workshop chess and Journal'Ism. Judge Arnow made It plain What might be the results? Expected to attend are I Cruiser No.3, according. to
He Is a member of the i,, last January that, bySeptemberof Integration will be stepped up. Councilwoman Sane Maths, the number on the side
National Honor Society. Har. 1989,all schools mostly Black Several elementary schools will Jake Godbold and Harold Gibson ,"Neither officer would give
rls' Xchlevement SeholarlhipAwarllll.ponlIOredbyTheB.F would be eliminated, by one be paired. September all 17 administrative assistant his name' or badge number.".
system or another, He ruled out By September all 17 Black to the mayor..All Councllmea COlDplalDutlIIIPfDdlDc
Goodrich Fund, Inc, Akron, freedom of choice, since It schools should be eliminated. have been Invited. tr. names are: Jess*\, (.., Nipper
Ohio. In 13 years,133 the studentsand company does not seem to work well. Of course, one argument Is that A concerned citizen said ., .. :') Mrs. Eddie ;M. Steward Dr.
has sponsored Escambia authorities, accordIng -*; whiles will leave under _IIclreumata.ae"J "We're hoping our Councllmn 4 Arnett Glrardean, MrsHattye
has made grants totalling to Information revealed, There are now will help us get these problems f TALLAHASSEE, Fit. last Kaiser (second from right) of lees Kaiser and Associates and' Dix Greta Mrs.Carrie Jenkins
Scholarships more than $327,300 including for.Merit..Is.' set themselves to the task of schools with 70 per cent of solved. If the city will do what ;representative of the Seven-Up Company, presented first place avails to (l-r) James H. and Roger Coleman, all outstanding
dance: to the students and addl.tlonal removing the stigma of "sit-, Negro students, la the downtown 'rMy-re supposed to do,we (the if' Walker of Carter-Parramore for Sports Writing; Dorothy Gaiter of University High, Florida cltlaeos.: Mrs: Jackie.
cost-of-educatlon grants downers" and made iciest ar.' Is some burbu people) will do what we are 'V,' State UDJftrlltJf for News WrttingandSally of University High, Florida State University, DeWeest of the late rail
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*r'FULLY THEAFFAIPS U. YOUNG JR.
Puhllshe(1ir the Florloa Star Publishing Company WHITNEY ,
NOW BEFORE YOU-JT
la the history of American Justice-
j landmark year
iau was
MEMBER ISTO FULFILL THE It wu the first year that no person wu executed *1 the state.
CLAIMS OF TO-DAY. The fight against the legal murder that U the death penalty has
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eozmC bell carried to to w per80lll i
prisons of Americadepeods Its
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decision.
In death rows
OlONAl The court II teV asked to decide that the death penalty iOD-: -
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cUntes mondit los<1 "cruel and wmsaal punishment" and;,

that it violates the rights d accused: perscns by allowing buries ,

to impose the death sentence .
standards for Usme .,
without rigid
0. SIMPMN..NAIIACIII6 EIITII r" and by deciding guilt andpunishment
at the same time. y
HILDA w00TEN...CIItILATION MANAIEIMAIIIM There Is no way that a p< ;
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'+ civilized society can condone ;
AIBIESS the death penalty a barbaric
custom that makes the state a
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2323 MONCBIEF ROAR legal murderer. and legttlmliesviolence. e ?

Since 1940 4,000 people hare
'.1. BOX 53) 1ACKSONTIUE, FL6BIBA 32211 r been executed and the majority

C hare been Negroes Almost

PRONE 354.8712 % without exception, the victims
have been __
: of the death penalty

MIAMI OFFICE 5110 .... 7tk" ATE. historically poor. The death been a penalty weapon has used BBBBgk against Back<.poop_ .

t Innocent of any crime at all. Rape defined by many Southerner
NONE 751-3173 U an "uppity" look In the eyes of a Black man, bas often bees
punished by the death penalty. A Black man In Alabama who
SUBSCRIPTION RATE pleaded guilty to armed robbery wu sentenced to death a tn

Oat Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Mailed To You years ago "
Poor people and minority groups In general cannot afford UK
Anywhere In The United! States 4 high-powered legal defense that can prove their Innocence or'

Subscription Payable to Advance. / ", convince Juries and Judges to be lenient The American way of,,;
Justice Is highly discriminatory, and la this most awful otU,
Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. tJOX 595JACKSONVILLE punishments, It has been more biased than usual. ",,I

,FLORIDA 32201 The mala argument used by those who still favor the death j:,
A lo+w penalty la that .ole who otherwise 4l
might commit a murder are supposed stopped by theyy!
CRIME IN THE IIACI'COMMUNITY MUSTBE realisation that they might pay for It with their lives. 'v;
The figures Just don't support: conclusion.Few murders are;
Yes We All Talk
FACED SQUARELY. NO MORE EXCUSESI. premeditated most take place in the heat of the moment, woes u
people aieDot able to welch the possible punishment Besides, I s
'/i pUL SLANG AND VOCABULARY. what criminal thinks he'll be caught? &:

The kind unstable individual who will commit a murder isn't ingoing
The word IIS al" had its origin in the. r "i to be influenced: by the penalty, except In a negative way 13

church when fiery preachers' evoked a YOUR KW.III'i'HOROSCOPE One expert has written: "People about to commit murder do not W

responsive chord from the emotional con-' rationally weigh the act against the penalty On the other! !handT

gregation. The central idea of "Soul was some individuals have unconscious drives to place themselves j",
once expressed by a woman in Montgomery in positions where they will be punished with utmost severity." 'I 13
In other words they kill so that their own suicidal wishes will Abe
during the bus boycott: "My feet is tired
gratified. -a
but my soul is rested." GUIDE ;:. The best way to determine whether the death penalty actually vf

The Negro spiritual gave church members deters la by comparing states with the pepalty to similar states u
jthe opportunity to feel spiritual soul. Then that have abolished It..No difference in the.murder rate bav{.-

with the same abandon, dancing performers been found
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PABLO The ASTROLOGER : And if the death penalty is supposed.to deter, why hold executions -
,demonstrated "soul in By
stage appearances., in.secret? i sy Dot televnofnatigfnge In public places U thou
:Soon "soul became indentified with Jive intent is to scare people from commuting crimes? The very

Jazz, and the blues. In the blues the singer secrecy indicated that supporters of the death penalty are guilty
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could pour out his soul with his whole WHICH ARE 'YOUR'LUCKY' DAYS about It, and see it as something brutal and indecent.
being. U a man is imprisoned and later found to be innocent he can
be released. But no such reprieve is available to an executed
After the initiation of the black
power i man. One study of people who were executed or Imprisoned for
,movement, and later the black student FOR life found that ten per cent were later found to have been innocent.We .

movement the Negro began to acquire a hear so much about violence and the need for a more humane
"Seale.44, \ "IIt1. I : ''' :':':,:Yi' ': ';;, '; -I" "J. } ... 'l'':'.t society. Private violence is encouraged by the kind of public

.! Soul" ? "Soul" is the black 'j' ;, '" 'i'" '*., '1IJ violence that lets the state strap a man in an electric chair< or"ptttihlmiaagasthamberr
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'BUSINESS-LOa E' -TRAVEL.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIJtf, ?.. '. .'.rtevHIES : ;,'.; ''r.,,, : ** <<
loan his ,
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every- I 'j The death penalty.is an ugly leftover from the Irrational past,
thing about' him including dress' hair-do _-_- __. and the sooner it is abolished, the closer we will come to being
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and cosmetics. Soul is the black man's r a society that respects: life and turns Its back on violence:

sass profanity walk talk and spiritualand C.NCEI HIM.IOM CAPIICHlIIIN

racial pride.It IORN MARCH soup NNE .
was natural then that Soul" neededa SEPT. IEC.

language to express the nature of the 2111 APRIL im 221* JOLT 22il 23ri OCT. 23rd I THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS

black man and his new concept of h'lm- 2211 'IAN. im BtlEGRO'INTEIUIATlO AL {
Use your head. Everything learning grow wuue Life Is real. While it is commendable
self. points to the net that it takes, Cancerlans have a reputation to surround oneself Show what can be done. K this v
READERS: For, 'my booklet "Soul Slang brains Instead of brawn to get: for being the most attached to with beauty It Is not feasible has not been done heretofore t Fm not a heart specialist, but I suspect mat a person would,*'
ahead. Through clever manipulations the old homestead or fatherland to escape the u g l i e r aspects of. tarry no longer la discovering! be In danger of dylIIlf his heart started bleeding. J.3
and Vocabulary", send one dollar to cover It should be possibleto they also figure among human existence. We all can do and developing all talents bon And a bleeding heart In the realm of human relations is '
production cost and postage to M.. H., obtain a raise, promotion the most avid rovers tothefoar what we cantocampalgnagainst or suspected. cases of doubt, equally perniciousFor! persons with bleeding hearts substitute>,
Boulware Florida A b M University Box or whatever business that Is corners of the globe. This could them In whatever way is opento obtain professional opinion so a show of sentimentality for compassion favoritism and emo- ,

',310-A, Tallahassee Florida 3230-. lying about waiting to be picked be because of It is such a thrill, us, or to replace them wherever as not to be led astray by ttouaUsm for equity and Justice, thus perverting moral and, f4
",. At the same time, be on I Ito be coming back home. Some it is permissible and wishful thinking. Clear-cut ethical standards. ti'
guard against somebody trying 'I may have reached the conclusion feasible 'or us to do so. Some answers should be obtainable What Is a bleeding heart? It is a regard for someone based,
to pull a fast one which could that It also is time to settle Ubrans who have reached the making it possible to draw up on a reverse of the same prejudice which In Its negative from Is
lead toa bad purchase or 1 oul[down. Where? Rome, of course,, years when it becomes a plan for, future study and called bigotry. A person with a bleeding heart Is as certain
World Now Digest of substantial reserves. The wherever that may be.,a first' advisable to think in terms d action to life yon to the highest that members of this or that group are virtuous as bigotsare
REPRISAL' desirability of reestablishing is essential to make certain personal and family security potentiaL B travel may be considered sure that these people are reprehensible. ''I
JOHANNESBURG-(NPQ-The racist South African government friendly relations where they I[of a warm welcome, and to Including insurance coverage essential, then travel To have a bleeding heart Is to call whatever one Is espousing<]
is not about to let students at the English-speaking may have been strained is again possess the means that will should now investigate an plans yon should. But take plenty Into question by defending it in a biased exaggerated way that",j
Wttwatersrand University go unpunished for their protests emphasised .. provide for present and future that could be made available d time obtaining the correct 'Invites ridicule. Such special pleading" usually undermines, ,
against segregated university education. Police arrested six .. .10 -,1'l'lJ. 45 '8RTAIRIS needs.' to thllm ;information and making certain causes by bringing out their nonsensical quality. ,:,:i,
students in a drive to halt the protest but more than 100 students 7 i 80 -'18 68 SB 122 40 -l8.U- '" -.548 that you will not be embarking 'Two kinds of bleeding-heart advocacy will exemplify what I,*
continued to wage their protest calling for visits to the Campus on a wtfd goose- chase. ._, ..mean. 'j'l,j
by Black lecturers from the "tribal" universities. 3-70-M.8S. 9.14 fjne kind Is the tendency: among some whites to applaud whatever -!
Negroes do. These whites feel that the way to show theirs
WOMAN'S ANGERNO'1"l'1NGIWI loll LEO SCOIPIO liberalism is to produce a litany of rationalizations and Justl=rl_
England (Arch-segregationist Enoc mil flcatlons for everyting from race riots to shoplifting -- as long.,.
Powell architect of a proposed plan to ban entrance to Britain 2ltl. 'I MAY 2ltk BORN Jilt loll OCT. as Black people are the perpetrators.
,to. any non-wJ1J.te Commonwealth citizens was on the receivingend AIIAIIISIIIN Bowing down to Blacks as much'as some Blacks used to bow..
of a physical last week when he to addressa 221. down to whites these ,
pro tgsE appeared It has its Joys. 23rd AIG. 22H, 24tl NOV. IAN. bleeding-heart liberals bemoan Black
Although llt is
Conservative Parry women's coffee gathering. As Powell a people lot (from a distance) In a phony. oversimplified way,,,
entered the meeting place Miss Joanne Pinto, 24-year-old favorite gimmick of maayauthors Remain In 'tune. It is vitally' Keep branching out. One must 2111 FEI. 1It.i' that shows how Ignorant they are of Negroes' problems.)
nurse from Trinidad threw a cupful of coffee at him, because and heroines to have their heroes Important to maintain the best not be too busy to neglect makini "Poor little things' these bleeding-heart whites say patro-;i
"Mr. Powell has played with my emotions and the emotionsof shouting their Joy of domestic and public relations friends along the way. They not self-protection.Shonldny raangly Just as white segregationists do. Both groups are t
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from the ,
roof
a lot of other Black people as well." tops, it does notnecessarily now and always This entalllhandl.lDe only caD offer valuable advice, be made during this equally successful In making symbols and good or bad stereotypes -
follow that this Is authority a little more but they also can provide a decisions should be based out of Black people. rather than letting them be the people
essential for they
anyone'scomplete moral lift at times when it Is quarter
,ONE MAN, ONE WOMAN gently whether acting a per they are.
ALGIERS (NPI) The dictates of modern life make the happiness.! A quiet and idealistic sonal or official capacity. This sorely needed. Besides, this leon on the premise in that the they personaland provide Another kind of bleeding-heart sentimentality Is shown by the

age-old custom of plural marriages a handicap declareddelegates romance that goes will turn out to be more profitable d the surest ways to meet security Once thereis defense of a Chicago-area doctor who has been Imprisoned for
attending a'four- day congress) of the National Union ucpercelved, especially Then to boot because goodwillcan one's Intended without whom financial sense. income tax evasion.
of Algerian Woman. The delegates then approved a resolution it appears wiser' to keep it be measured U having existence would be an empty complete satisfaction oa that The doctor has admitted his failure to file Income-tax returns -
calling for to the d this' that way can be relished to value than dollars shell. It Is necessary to learn score there should be no reason and be received
measures bring !about end! polygamyJf: a much finer greater Just with ideas of going back only a minimum term of six months.
to
degree. Some toy )
to become
early thick-skinned But
Moslem country and cents. The single person even so. his "friends' have charged that he Is being
persons are unfortunately tied to aa old career or taking up anew
with the widest circle of close otherwise living could turn out unfairly punished. '
STROKE OF PEN down by the mistakes of their acquaintances will have a much to be one continuous pain or one. The chances d doing He was "too busy doing his humanitarian work they say to
TOKYO (NPI) Marriages and divorces are no longer a youth*and they find it difficult greater choice when it comesto frustration. so successfully appear very'slim file his Income-tax returns. And the doctor might lose his'
If not and this even
the moderns. simple stroke of impossible, to obtain llfemate."lI 40-18.11. 43 -13$ anyhow may medical skins ,
problem among Japanese penis the freedom picking ; threat to domestic or even be prompted to commit suicide In
all that is needed to legally enter into or to exit a marital they need and .' .20.J9.M43323HIM' pose a .' peace, prison. his bleeding-heart associates maintain.
state. Prospective brides ant merely sip their'names crave .and. stability. But these friends'
bridegrooms 5 80 19 33 1'1,- 1M forget that any man's work Is Important
in the ward office or city ball registry to get married; 2.8o 17t3-es-144. and that his doctor Probably ,worked no longer hours thanmillions
and if they mutually decide on a divorce, return to the same SA.ITTAHISMIR of moonlighting Americans.
government agency and sign their names again, %$,the same" L Besides anyone could claim that Imprisonment might make
boot. No lawyers DO courts and no fees of any kind are required. ,. IIIU MY him lose his occupational skills or drive him to suicide. What
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fiENINIIII ,: : makes this doctor a privileged character? He should be
LOSES LOSES LIFE AK. 23 IEC. 21st expected to have higher-Dot lowerstandards for being a
< BANGUI, Centrafrlcan Republic-(NPQ-The stakes were high MAY PISCES professional man. .
for Health Minister (U. Col) Alexandre Bans, M, but he oct Brush away cobwebs. One of The bleeding-heart defenses of this doctor actually make
the game, endue result, his Ut'.BanIa sought to mount a coup 21s "LINE, 21stFlt 23rd SEPT. hid the first tasks for those who IIIN FEI.. one wonder what his "friends' are up to and whether they. '
to topple.the government and assassinate President (Col.J Jeaa- have big things in mind U to have been paid to do their work. I
Bedel Bokassa. The attempt was abortive, and Basis wu tried the pieces.: It may be the Better early. Virgoans who I consider the possibility of being IStl ,11_. 2111 Like persons with Impaired hearts bleeding-heart ends;
appropriate moment to arrivesi have intentions to take higher
up hampered by personal handicaps
and convicted on charges of threatening the security of the state mentalists operate out of weakness
rather than strength.
final conclusions regarding studies or do some extensive or prejudices. We must first Come right out. Even If it la
and trying to kill the president. His sentence, which has already I They think they can replace brotherly love with emotional.
the future direction of one's trawling would be well ad'1se4. clean our own' houses before recognised that this is act a
,been carried out: Execution by firing squad. effusion fair pl.y with a vain ot words anunderstanding
,existence.. For those who still to make the necessary Inquiries expecting our neighbors to put moment of decision there la other display loving
PRBON BRUTALITY ,have a chance: to create a home U early as possible This otters4 theirs In order. 'One el the nothing against setting the stage But this bleeding-heart} people's needs with Impressive palaver.

JOHANNESBURG (NPI) -ClvlllPed brutality.can be theworst (and fond a family, not much a better chance of obtaining greatest a.IdIia achieving these for the day when we will m' dues not seek to pit Justice gluimlckery against I but wor Iteal morality combine,
type of Inhumanity to man, and South Africa which .more time should be lost doing more favorable:responses oil! ends Is. to select the sort of smack against It. The possibility these two divine qualities. urcy. tries to 4
.professes to be civilised has proven It can be Incredibly luumaa the spadevorkt Others who hare accommodations: There Is a' ,mate who will be aa Inspiration' ,. of marriage, mental real morality Is based on a realistic Short on talk and of l.me what on needs action"to-
by using aa electric shock machine on a Black! Africa la aa reached the point where} }'tendency among natives ot this* and aa example to foll.r.Alone, permits' sad. freq..t travel be corrected not a night of fancy. appraisal
attempt to make him confess a crime. Ales Lebbo, a former security becomes the prime sign to procrastinate or putt/.we are apt to get too set la our should be gone over, la the Unlike the bleeding-heart sentimentalist. -
burnedby consideration, gather all the off decisions which Is almost! and too easily convinced'tbst mind with toe Idea of being fully d the 1II0rai pragma .
ways st
Inmate at Cinderella Prison, testified he was twice badly keeps hi* eM open to bolh the virtues and vices bf
the head Jailer who accused him of smuggling a firearm pieces to make certain that the a sure way Inviting.Jrustia-- ( our weaknesses are. our conditioned for tat real thing his bene n aries. lie tries to be 'rather
key ones are not missing.9W.lt..M.13J. tlons.IW.1777981. o strengths. '> if and wIltS It <<.... than Intelligently helpful
Just
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I Ladies of Leisure Savings Club Announces Mammoth Tea At Mt. Olive Primitive I



Eegcao J. letter IIIyb Thrichology Local 38 Has Tea, Many Jixois Will Cooperate

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Will Present Star PlayThe ;'f't' ;I,'I..,; ., '" ( I' 'I' ... .ii) *'+ \.," It;', :1.1''. ad ,. r T Toward Maklig Fete' A S, cess

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Senior Class of Eugene 'Shelley Holder, Paulette Hay- v' .tIf> f> : .'. ,I ,. '. Annual Tea on Sunday April 27, at 4 p,id., in th. Mt. Olive' I
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Butler High School will Primitive Baptist Church, Myrtle Avenue and Fourth Street.
ward, Sherman Maddoi, 'Jolla ," ,. J
present "Splendor lathe Wright, Debra Woddarm, \) f; }, ,... \} Rev. J.M. Dixon Is pastor. Mrs. Olivia Hagans will be la

Grass" from the Academy Richard Jackson, Danleifagan4, \ I \' J' An Interesting program has charge of music. The program
Award-winning screenplay by Rosier GwendolynGraddlek been arranged.
Jacqueline committee members are Mrs.
.t <
William Inge. Linda Madison, j'j'i The tea will open with the song Elizabeth Henderson, chair-
The play adapted to the stage Gloria Jackson, Doretha Stln- \, ,. "Near The Cross."Rev.Ernest man; Mrs Annie M. Barker
by F. Andrew Leslie, Is an son, Brenda Nathan Williams will give the prayer. and Mrs, Willie M. Williams.
Wrest
honest and affecting story of Brown Sberyl Basel Mrs Natertine Simmons will All are invited.Hightower.
teenage love and tells of an Williams, Leola rivers, Evelyn .. Introduce the mistiest of cere-
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ill-fated high school romance Williams and Patrice Brown. monies, Miss Theresa Aaron. .Oliver
which could happen anywhere The play has been scheduledfor I' : I Mrs Vera Slplln will give the
at any time and to any young Sunday, April 27, 6 p.m.;. ,\! occasion. Mrs. Bernice Hlzon
people whose feelings toward Monday April 28, t p.m s and \. will sing Missionary Gloria
each other have deepened into Tuesday April 29, at I p.... in Brltt, speaker, will be introduced
lore. me auditorium of the school. ''i by Mrs. Thomasena
Members. the cactus Tickets for all three perform- Reese.
ances are fifty ($.50) cents for .. ... .. -. __. w_...___ Mrs. Mattle Blount will sing.
students and one ($1.00) dollar'for Trlcbology Local No. SB, cue of Jacksonville's most progressive Gloria rowier. Member lOt shown are: Lottie Mltcber, Callle Messrs. Leslie Reid and Joe
adults. groups Till sponsor the annual Tea and Hair Style Show Sunday, Jackson, Mildred Dallas, Clara Davis, Shlrlene Williams and. Trottle will supervise the offering -
Sweelfield Baptist Directors of the play are Mrs. April 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Lewis Branch of the YWCA, Wilma Minor The public Invited to attend the tea and to meet Mrs MattleKlng will
Gloria K. English and Ralph, Eighth and Calhoun Streets. Shown above are, from left: Eura personally members of this fine group of_Jaxooa.First .make remarks. Mrs King Is

E. Greene. .' Barnes, Eddie L,. Brown, Ola M. Taylor, Minnie Alexander and I president. Mrs. Florin Wilcox
I will make presentations.
Church To Hear Hotiesf The annual club count will be
Baby
featured Members of the WestSide
Baptist In Poinsettia Club will be

Palatka. Minister 'special guest Members of the
Laurel Social and Saving Club
Rev James A.Oliver of Palatka will serve.
Fla., will be the speaker at College Park Holds
Sweetfleld Missionary Baptist Erskiae HepburnRenalRsTo
Church throughout the day
Sunday. He is the member of MRS. JAMES HIGHTOWEB -
the General Baptist Conven Head
Women's SunCOLLEGE
tion. Day Miss Marie Oliver daughter
of Mrs. Irene Hardy of St.
The church Is located at Fourth
Augustine, was married to Mr. I
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AFL-CIO's
and Harrison Streets.Sunday .
PARK-Speclal-( music. MriSirnms win'read
,School at the James Hightower, son of Mrs.
begins
The First Baptist Church of the Scriptures. Prayer will be and
Floyd
.Blanche Hightower
church at 9:30 a.m, with the Ersklne Hepburn, president of
will be the ,
College Park scene offered by Mrs. Covle. Mrs. the late Mr. O.C. Hightower t tof
Local 589 Retail-Wholesale t
In
superintendent .charge. ,Sunday, April 27, of its annualWomen's Bosnia TUmon will bring the Jacksonville recently. Mr. I
Devotionals at 11 ajn will be Department Store Union, AFL-
Day Prominent Occasion Mrs. Baldwin
led the Deacons CIO, was recently offered the
by
I
speakers will appear on the speaker will be introduced by
church of for the Stateof at Edward WatersCollege.Both
choirs of the
organizer
The Junior : Job
On i ]tt program and outstanding workers Miss Mantle L walker The Florida for the Retail will receive their degrees In
will serve. Tuesday night
.-. fro m other churches will Observation will be given by

Wednesday prayer meeting night Is the held.teacher. On 14 Duiwa I'IBWI. tnrtt-yrar-oner shown above, celebrated her third birthday on Saturday, be present to evaluate the Mrs. E. Lewis, and Mrs. Leola ,Wholesale Union AFL-CIO It Department, at an annual Store June.Mrs.

meet at 730.: Deacon S. Williams April 12, at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Nelson 201S Benedict Road.. activities .of women within the Smith and Mrs. Florida salary of $20,000. Mary Davis.,
Guests were: Charles Terry and demise Youngblood Annie R. Randolph Carolyn Stevenson,' church Williams will supervise the refused the
is chairman. Deacon J. Hepburn position
Anderson Is reporter. Mago and Marva Cromartle, Michael and Mlchell Johnson, Zsa Zsa Cay and Marion and Mrs. Jannle Johnson wilr 00, collection. Appreciation willbe In order to devote his time and Has Revival Hour
Shavarn Sandres guest superintendent In the expressed by Mrs. matt
Sunday School. Guests teachers Bryant.At energy to furthering the causeof A revival hour will be held

42 Poses will be Mrs Josephine Jones 3 p,m. the devotionals will the working-class peoples at the house of Mrs.Mary Davis
Mt. Ararat's District in the of Jacksonville.He .
City
Miss 911 West 29thStreetonSunday,
Mrs. Mary A. McCoy be led by the VDlttd Holiness
.W.' Howell and Kr.lbrpr.t'W11Uaml. Prayer Band with Mother was called to New York April 27, at 4 p.m. The public Is .
Mrs. Sandra Glover Roberts in charge. Choir No. City by Mr. David Linvlngston in !Ited Mrs Davis lathe spon-'
president of District 65, RWD- sor. Elder JM. Tarver will I
Till serve u guest secretary.Mrs. 1 of First Corinth and Choir
Attfi s;. ; dprJl Patsey Johnson will give No. 3 of Greater Bethany SU, to discuss Union matters.: speak.

the lesson review. Baptist will furnish music. b
The morning servfces will begin Mrs. Balsden! will read the
at 11:30 a,m. with devo- Sbrlptures Prayer will be said
tlooals conducted by Mrs. by Mrs. Francis Bowman. Mrs.

Bessie Johnson and Mrs. Alvln M.N. Davis will present the Now: relief for
Perry. Mrs. F.D. Davis will speaker Miss Llllle Pearl pure

19 t R9(191r rey + serve as pastor for the day. Vorthen. The Observation will dry problem skin
.ThWfospel,Chorus: ;'of ,First, be given by Mrs. Magnolia ,
'! evo. tl ;1>:e q Gtitw Corinth Baptist will furnish Davis VASEliNE'PETROLEUM JElLY gives your
? d ,bi The musical at 6.30 p.m, will skin the richer moieture It needs for :
feature several"groupiT First protection from snapping, from dry. '
Celebrates Baptist Choir will be among ihy-gray tkin To keep your iklni
the singing groups. oft.youngerlook--
The church located in the1 Ingln.lstonren.
1900 Block of West Fourth. uine 'Vnellne': 1
Program committee membersare Petroleum Jelly
Mrs. Mattie Bryant, Mrs. You pay a little
ii"j'
Ethel Johnson, Mrs. Annie L. more than for
brands of
-- Davis, Mrs. Pearl Price and other
DISTRICT Ko.: 42 of BL Ararat Baptist Church held Its regular secretary; Mrs. Christine King Sick Committee chairman; Mrs. Do&h1a.TUmou.. petroleum jelly... "''
monthly meeting on April 13 at the! home of Deacon and Mrs. Cecil Mrs' Carrie Slrmon and Mr. Frank Willie president. Standing but your skin li > '
I Russ, Sr., 362J Ardlsla Road. At the conclusion of a full agenda from the left, are: Mr. Booker T.Russ Mrs Llllle Green, Miss worth Itl) t _sJ
of business, members posed for 'the picture above. Shown, Grace Lane, financial secretary; Mrs. Jessle L. Russ, Mrs.
seated from the left, are: Deacon Cecil Russ, Sr., leader of the Eliza M. Leach and Mr. Cecil Russ, Jr. Rev. D.J. Graham is .. tv' -- '\.r. 't",''J- t. n,1' .
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.district;: Miss Victoria Thomas Mrs. Marian Willie, recording pastor of Mt. Ararat. Bob Smith Photo .. II
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'Mt. Moriih' MilE: True Vine Fire Holiness Church AME Church Elder J.M. Tarver, above :(. !h"if.i.' >{?
of the House of god, : p.\J.. '.
pastor
:Observes Meet Wonen's Diy To Be Observed Sunday Of Mister Begins 1723 West 28th Street is now lit A 2n4 M.rllOl" I'

Mt" Month AME Church, True Vine Fire Baptized: Ho- seas B. Owens Mrs. Annie B. Youth celebrating' ber 38th anniversary i leant h..d.n Iqwily! "
Miss I Taylor Services in the ministry. The Ss
Phillips Highway and Sunbeam line Church, lUst Spearing Slngletary, E. Weak Credit AcceptedCenielidale
Road will observe the second will observe Women's Day Sunday -, Mrs. Jessie Blackshare, Mrs. The AME Church of the celebration, ending April 28, : Yewr tilli ... off,
conference April 27. Viola Hall, Rev. Cora Floyd, Master S637 Vernon Road, begins is open to the public.Sunrise 'f ttduce Yeur roymen"i
quarterly' Sunday !
Sunday School begins at 9:45. Mrs. Beatrice Slngletary, Mrs.C. ,
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April 27 at 3 plm. Mrs. B.S. Brown will be guest Jernlgan Mr*. Franc its YPD services Sunday, HOMCIMPROVMNT LOAN
The sermon will be given by superintendent. Mrs. Cora Brown.; from 4 to I p.m. SingersAt
Dr. .T.E.SbebeepreI1dlDcelder'of Sherman will ustit. Guest The afternoon service will Parents and children are Invited COLONIAL BUilDERS
the district. .teachers .will be Mrs. Annie; begin at S P.m. Among participant to attend this youth movement -. Mt. Moriah j cni-JiniiBI- I
AH board members are asked Ruth Brown, Mrs. E. Higdon will be West Friendship designed to create ,: {
tq make their report at the Mr. E.T. Reed, Mrs. CoraFranklin Baptist Church, St.Mary' continued Interest for the future The Sunrise Singers will give JJ1I.409 First; ",...11"l (.
conference. Mr*. Loretta Mitchell Baptist 101 u. Christine Pal- development of boys and girls. an after-program Sunday April : ;.
Mrs. Mary Nealy will be Mrs. Hortenie Brewington -' more, Mr. Ruby Wilcox, Miss Mrs. Ines Ritchie is director. 27, at Mt. Moriah Baptist
and Mrs.Ruth Spi ve,.pest Maxine Davis, Miss Sheila 1953 West Ninth Street
presented In a recital at 7 p,m. Sunday School begins at 9.30a : Church ,
reviewer. Watt, Mr*. Alfarata Webster, at 8. ,m. for the benefit ofWomen's
This Is being givenfof .m.:The morning services begin p ,
program
The morning worihip will begin Mrs. Altamease.Tlsdale, Miss
the building fund. The public at 11 a.m. Day. Allar. Invited. Beautiful"SEE
at 11:30. The speaker Mary Patterson. Are
Mrs. Jones Rev H. Weddings
Solomon Waterford U sponsor.
Is Invited to attend will be Evangelist E.M. Mack. Refreshments will be served Rev '
Rev. 0. Simpson, pastor Mrs. Other participant will be Hrl. following the afternoon service.. pastor. L. Herod Is pastor.
Alberta Simpson sponsor.__Charlotte Smith Mrl. Tboma-_ I "
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III' t Union Progressive -Baptist and New Redeem Baptist Plan Men's Day SundayEach I




Church Has Listed Rabid Temple Plqiys Hnft thick Minister fluted Dew Of


I Outstanding Participants Episcopal Cathedral .10 Newark I

Union Progressive Baptist Church, 613 Pippin Street, will
hold the annual Men's Day service Sunday throughout the day.. EWARX, lU.i The peat church.
The new dean follows Rev
Ret, Robert Flagler will speak charge of Deacon WlllianDouglass Episcopal church establUh-
ed an historical precedent. Ladle I. Laughlln,resigned,who
and Deacon Zlmmon.
: In the morning service. Canon Dillard Robinson, 32, has accepted an educational post
Her. Fred Williams will speak Rev. Jab Rat is pastor. Is now dean of Trinity Episcopal with the church at the New York
In the seven o'clock service. NEW REDnJlMen" Cathedral here and was headquarters Robinson has
o'. Cunday School begins\ at 9:30: Day will be observe( placed in the post by a three been assigned to the New Jersey -
;'. a.m. with Deacon LB. Brooks fourths majority vote. Cathedral since Januaryof
.'. u secretary. Daniel Kirk will at NewRedeem Baptist Sunday. Only two filrds of the voting 1967.
Ro welt Bacon will serve at In aa Interview, the prelate
be secretary. O.D. Phillips will number are required.
L' be guest superintendent. Guest chairman Guests officials will Dean Robinson, tile, be* said, ''1 accept and view it as
:.. teachers will be James For- be present in the Sunday School comes the first spiritual head. a challenge" for the future of
Deacon Eunice Dunsoo is super Black, of a major Episcopal Trinity.
shee. Willie Jones, Elijah three Trinitybecame
Just year ago
intendent of the School.
.J' Tolber, Mr. Balcon and Willie Sunday completely integratedand
., James Martin. Rev. E.I/Norman pastor,will Rev. D.B. Barnes was the first cathedral going
r.I Deacon Clarence Rogers and be speaking at each service. into such a category Trinityand
Other services'will be U St. Philip's were merged
Deacon Bud Hare Judgement Centimes Series Of
... will be IB charge of devotional usual. District No. 1 will hold St. Philips, largely Negro,
% in the morning service. The its regular meeting at 3:30 p.m. burned in 1964.Approximately.
;" evening devotions will be In at the church. The combined Serious Qi Cross 700 communl.
I' male chorus will give aconcertat cants attend the Cathedral.
.: 6pm.On Kev. D.B. Barnes, pastor III Dean Robinson is a native of
Monday night Usher Board Peace Missionary Baptist San Antonio T xu. He Is a
IN MEMORIAM No. 2 will go to Second Baptist j Church, Jessie and Van Buren graduate of the Berkeley DI-
Church for the Florida Norman i Streets, la delivering A seriesof vinlty School in New Haven. He
"" .yy. xgl.r. ,
was ordained la 1959 and served
Night for Education. Prayer sermons based on the theme
u rector of St. Philips, San
meeting will be Tuesday night "Following Jesus With. Tile
; Antonio, from 19SS to 1966. The
and will be followed by a pre Cross. total members of the church Is
view of the Sunday School lesson Senrles are as usual. Sunday In excess of 3.S millions.
at 8 p.m. School begins at 9.30 a.m. with
1 r Mr,. D.B. Barnes, superintendent -
teachers and staff in Dr. Reddick Sports
", IN MEMORIAM charge. At 11 an. the devotion
precedes the morning service.
.'. Consecration begins at 11:15 Oi Fifth At

a.m. Rev.Barnes speaks at

1130. Grill AME
The evening service begins at

J.gBS .5.30 p.m.
All members who have not Beginning with the Sunday
.. been fellowshipped are expected. Church School at 9:30 .m.
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+ Rabin Temple No. 8'of Jacksonville gave an Easter Egg Hunt for Claude Bryant, Recordist Daughter Mary Scott, Reporter Noble Each member Is expected to pay start. A.V, Rose, superinten
.many youngsters In the area, In the interest of doing somethingfor Thomas Williams, Commandress Daughter Ester Brill, Noble dues for Women's Day. dent, along with will his officersand
children In the top picture are shown many of the workers Samuel Graham, Assistant Recordist H. Alexander, Daughter' teachers, have charge
The-pastor, Dr. A. Joseph
ANNIE J. THOMPSON who strove to make the affair a success. They are, from left: Roberta Hall,POTK.Thomas and Commandress and Present St. Join's Baptist Reddick will speak at the 10145
Noble G. Firman Past Commandress Daughter Miller, Noble Deputy Daugher Jessie Cannon. period from the theme "Lost
In loving remembrance of our Grover Hagen, Daughter- -Lucile Brown; Outer Guard NobL Lists Seventh Faith Regained" and at ':45
mother and friend, Mother p.m Rev. John D. Bright. 4.
Annie J. Thompson, who will bring tile message.
departed this life one year ago, Rev Bruce Installs Officers The Young People Choir and
April 9, 1968. God called you Usher's Board No 4 will serve
in the evening to abide with Him Saint John's Baptist Church through< out the day
will celebrate the seventh An-
in the garden ofEternity. She is -
seal Dual Day Sunday, April
I gone but no forgotten; Away in" \ Cl>ELLA R. CHERRY 17, beginning at 9:30: a.m., with Atlantic :Beach, Ml.
reality, but present in mind) a the School.
In loving memory of my Dear w y Sunday Capers '
Her love remains within the Mother Mrs: Odella Riley tY Thomson of Bethel Baptist will ATLANTIC BEACH ; Fla. _
hearts of those who loved her Roberts alt. AM!
Cherry, who departed this life w be guest superintendent. Mrs. Plsgah
Sleep on, Mother, and take your three years ago April 28, 1988. rranlde 8. Guyton of Grant Church will have a tea from 4
1\ rest, we loved you, but God But Memorial AME will review the to B p.m. in the church. Mrs
Physically, are
you away.
'loved you best. memories of Sunday School lesion. Julius Howell will be In chirp
your unsurpassedtouch
In sincere bereavement: Edra At 11 a.m. Mrs. Erma Word .of Inspirational Tea.
which removed all doubt ;
and ; of Bethel Baptist will preside.Mrs. .
Thompson family.Erimlelist
Your smile which brought the Eloulse Marvin McCol.lourb -
t sunshine and the love which will be guest soloist. Rev. ElectedREV.
:. gave us' strength .will alwaysbe i R.V." Webster of Edward Waters
embedded in 'our' hearts College will be the guest
Signed: Mrs. Norma Riley ,speaker.> Hus,.Beatrice Polk
Helen Tell air. Brown, daughter) Mrs/ Leola Morrow will ..Inr.tolossills .

1459 W. 10th St. 353-1588 Riley, mother; other family Plans
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members and friends. ar k

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Friends Day will be observed
CMeeee ,Rev; T. Benjamin Bruce, pastor of Mt. dive AME: Church, Tnomasena B. Owens, chaplain, .T. B. Brace, pastor. Sunday morning at 11 s.m. stColosslans
Installs new officers of the Matthew W. Gilbert Booster Club. Miss Helen BelL treasurer; AWe Clark, secretary; Harold Baptist Church,11M
35Phone From,.left to right are: Herbert J. Owens president; Mrs. Hooks, vice-president; and John Spencer, business maDa&er. 31st. Throughout the day emphasis
YOUR OWN HOME 46 will be placed onlrl.nd
ship ant the value of friendliness t-.. "

= ALL BDICKI Spring Hill Baptist Honors Rev. Lee, Jr. of religion., particularly in the area Rev.. WILLIAM William 'H.H.Llptrot LIPTROT, a-

hove pastor theSecond Bethel
Mt. Salem Baptist
3BEDKODMAs Baptist Church 1432 Puco.w"
And Celebrates 98th AnnualSpring recently elected vice moderator
low me t Will Honor Founding of the St. Joseph and Gateway
Mo.tat. Association and Secretary of
MODEL G Sp AY Hill Baptist Church, that the congregation Is one of committees and officers have April 30: Rev. CA. Weaver, the Ministers and Deacon'i
oo. 2808 Buckman Street, will.include the oldest In the city. joined in to make the observances Day Spring Baptist; Rev. P.' Choir No 1 tMt. Union Second Bethel wu re
102 years of remiuilscences Members will honor Rev. T, successful. Josey Grace Baptist; Rev. W, .Crtntly host to the union of
off pWteto DIVIS 1420thdST In a historic week of R, Lee, Jr., pastor who has Services will begin each night'. ,L. Williams, Bethlehem Bap- Salem Baptist Church which Rev. Bryant is president.One .
just ON EXP. observance beginning April 27 been at the spiritual helm for at 7:30: p.m: tist. "will be the scene Monday, A- church was added. Rev.
prli 28, of the celebrailngof F J). Davis is moderator of the
RAN PARK( and ending May 9. the past four years. On Sunday night three pastors; eleventh anniversary of Choir
The church will review its Association Rev. Llptrpt lithe
Ministers congregations, will be present, namely: Rev .No. 1Many '
son of the late
history of 98 and the fact music B.J. Lane Mt. Sinai Rev JJS.
years groups outstanding ; Rev. B.H. musical groups and Individual Llptrot, former pastor of
citizens, officials, from manyof Hartley! Friendly Baptist and artists will participate.The Sweetfield for 17 years and
the city's churches will be Rev. J.C. Sams.SecoodBapt1st. St. Mark Baptist Choir grandson or Rev 8. Llptrot
CAMPUS TOWERSA present each night until the Succeeding dates and congregations -I No. 8 will serve Mt, Bethel also -a founder of the church
historic church and dynamic are: April 28, Rer.J.U.. Baptist B.W. Williams Chorus He is now serving u assistant
pastor bring to' a close the Haielton, Mt. Canaan Baptist; F will be a guest. Other groups at Sweetfleld.
celebration.Mrs. Rev. W. Burgess, Macedonia. participating will: Evergreen

Home For Senior Citizens 62 Years Or Over Marcy chairman.C. Woodfork Mrs. Mae la Baptist and Rev. B.L.VJDD, 8 Baptist; Mt. ,Canaan Choirs Baptist No. 1,and Choirs No. Miss JibhtrwickMBS

general Abyssinia Baptist. No 1 and No. t; Mt. Morlah
Dell Jones Is co-chairman. The April 29: Rev. R. McKisslck, Baptist Choir No. 1;Mrs.Carmel .

KINGS ROAD NEAR EDWARD WATERS I COLLEGE leaders! the pastor,and various Bethel Baptist and Rev. E.R. Senior Choir;Redeem Baptist .I"
Simpson, Zion Hope Baptist. r Choirs, No. 1 and No. *'
Mt. Bethel Baptist, Choir No

APPLICATIONS NOW-A VAIIA.IE OPENING. SOON BEST BBY IN TOWN Sweetfield Misstonirf Church 1) House of of Christ Cod Choir Choir No.No. 8 8;;

Mt. Salem Choir No. 3; Varlck
Deaconesses
Baptist AME Sine Choir No. 1 and
*Modern :,2 BR TOWN HOUSERANGEREFRIGERATO Summervllle Choir, No 1.
t Announces Meet REV.T.R; LEE, JR.: Rev W.O. Rogers Is pas
tor. Mrs C, Sampson is
Homelike Facilities Sweetfield Missionary Baptist May 1:Rev.R.A.King,Greater The church Is located reporter 1
ONLY .SIII.OII"!, .Church's Deaconess Board Payne AME; Rev. W. Hill, Mt. at Ull West 22nd. '

'Conveniently Located FHA-VA I !No. May 1 will I hold in the It*regular home of meeting Mr.- Calvary May 2,Rev.Baptist.J.J.Jones,Antioch
(. and Mrs. J.W. Anderson 1453 Baptist and Rev. E.I. Norman
: Spearing Street. Mrs, Novell New Redeem Baptist.
i' ,: \: *Efflci'l Apartments ,And VULCAN INC. Williams, president, ask all May 4,Rev.P.Josey,principalspeaker
member to be present for Important morning services.
business Mrs Eugene May 4, 5 p.m., Holy Communion -
700 KEN KNIGHT DR. Murphy secretary.Tiberncle with Rev. 8.L. Badger STEPHANIE: BENDER O$
1-Bedrooni Apartments 768-3479 officiating Stephanie Henci.rlOll. daughter -

Baptist May 4, 8 p.m. Rev. C.B.Dalley of Dr, and Mrs. Junes
First Baptist and Rev. Henderson was crowned "Miss

Reasonable Rites Utilities Inclided ''S.fA'" NAN Women PiliAIIIYlrsary .C.C.Baptist.Brown, First New Zion Jabberwock"annual Jabberwock at the held thirteenth at the

i CIvic, Auditorium Saturday, April -
May 5: Rev. George Price,
CONTACT : NEW ABBLT St. Matthew Baptist; Rev. R. crowned 19. Miss Jabberwock MCIntosh was-
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION Tabernacle Baptist Church Wilson, West Friendship Bap- "Miss by Beverly Jabberwock"Joyce of
will celebrate Women's Day on tist and Rev. W.C. Neal, St.
It67. Renee
SPRING CLASS Sunday, May 18. IServices Thomas Baptist Runners'up were:
second; Lynnett Paulln !third,
at the church
: Admissions Committee -' 1658 Kings Rd. Jacksonville, Fli. Now Starting beginning usual, at with 930.Sunday Superintendent School areas St. Thomas Pulpit i and Benito Powell is a member,fourth.. of MissHenderson the

Hospital Aid Class Reed will be in charge eleventh grade at William
CashlerBalelclerkKIDdtrearten Mrs. L.V.. Jones will reviewthe Aid Board Meets Raines High School. She actively
; PHONE 354.7301 assisted Class .. participate -II a member
.
Teachers' lesson, by On April 30 -- -- --
a Aid No. 7.The. Md8 CHERYL WYATT of the Dramatics Club, Is a

..' P1ano- itar-Tbeory regular church service The Pulpit Aid Board of the Cheryl Denise Wyatt, daughter Junior cheer lead..r.Achievement treasurer 01 vice the
.1 EBWAIB WATERS COllECE Band and Orchestra Instruments begins at 11:30. Rev W.E. St, Thomas Baptist Church will of Mr, and Mrs Ernest president of Sales, Secretiryof,
pastor, will speak. All hold
Young, a meeting Wednesday, .L. Wyatt relined as queen of the Girls Athletic Asuodatltm
'' SENIOR CITIZENS HUE INC. 'B0LDEN1 I youth choir will teacher rehearse meet at April 30, at 7 p.m. la the the junior court at the Jabber and a member of the St. Plus
: COLLEGE 1:30 p.m. The church auditorium. Mrs Pu. wock at the Civic Auditorium Catholic Hender
will be at 6:49 and Church. Miss
'1I1IWesUOtb'heit tug prayer tola Clayton, president re.quests Jilt: week. Others competing son
was sponsored byCeraidineclan
i Stlurd If Tic AME Ckircb If Florida ;'Registrar 355-972; Call. meeting Free adult at 7:30.classes aretaughton the Business presence of of vital all members Importance 'Webater were JohnceleColeman, Cheryl Brown,Donna Carol "Webster Clara
:Moo. Tue. We4. and Thursday night Anastaala Wllkvrsoa, Margaret Slakes,
I aDd Fri. Tuesday will be transacted Washington, Margaret Ann
Dolores
,':30 10 10:00 at 7:30. All are Invited. Rev:, W.C: N.IIlI. pastor Mills and lioMn Fluker. and Lillian Hall Small., Olea' Bridlum





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I ; Miami's Junior Achievement BLOT Is Teenage Enterprise With Unusual 1 Program





I ,CHURCH NEWS ILIT l ". ... \ Josh White Generations BLOT Pays' Youngsters And

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'j" Operates In Adult Manner
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SAJ.EM BAPTIST rec t
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent Jack MIAMI The term BLOT as the name of a corporate entity
Green in charge The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. :. operating under the American system of Free Enterprise may
Rev W.Q. Rogers. The morning devotional begin at 11 a.m. ... JI., be a bit misleading until you learn that the letters stand for
with Deacons H. Wilbert and G. Tucker in charge Choir No. 2 ". ,, <;. "Business Leaders of Tomorrow."
and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day. The .e ', And !the misleading impression outline Junior Achievement as
evening devotions will begin at 8 p.m. Rev. Rogers will deliver ,. \ Is completely reversed a way of learning about
both sermons On Monday night Choir No. 1 will celebrate Its when you know that BLOT'S American Free Enterprise
eleventh anniversary. On Tuesday night the Trustee board meets. common stock, issued at $1 This Includes formation of a
On .Wednesday night there will be a Joint choir rehearsal. Conference par value at the start of the company with the election of
,I' Is held Thursday Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. Rev current school year last fall, officers Issuance and sale of.
W.Q. Rogers Is pastor. The church Is located at 1281 West had a book value of $1.33 a' stock, and selection, manu-
'' 22nd Street. share at the latest balancing facture and sale of a product.

of accounts. At the end of the school year,
I- EMANUEL BAPTIST BLOT Is the Junior Achievement the books are balanced, and
1' Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will be Tuesday, with 1 company sponsored by the the company is liquidated.'
the pastor and officers in charge. On Wednesday Choir No. ) r Peoples Group of National BLOTs officers are headedby
will rehearse at 7 p.m On Thursday the noonday prayer service Banks serving North Dade Gloria Moss, 17, 1231 N.W.
will be held at the church. Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 8 p.m. County. It meats every. 58th Street, president. She is
.' On Saturday the Hale Chorus will meet at the home of Mr. Tuesday from 7 to B p.m. in a a senior at Miami Jackson High
Tommy Lee Wilson at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a :wilding owned by the Peoples School and a second year
'. a.mwith Mrs Kamle Fields aDd DeacOll George Smith In charge. Banks at 3525 N.W. 79thStreet. worker in Junior Achievement
'' The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration he- Other Junior Achievement She was the unamlnous choiceof
)' gins at 10:50 a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with' 'companies meet Mondays and her company associates for
a' the deacons In charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the same hoursin the top post.
Choir No. 1, the Junior Choir and Usher Board No. 1 and the three rooms on the second Linda Supple, II, 14360 Egan
Junior Board wiU serve Mrs. Marian Carter and C.B. Fisher floor. The space is made available Lane, Hlaleah, of the Hialeah
will be in charge of music. Choir No. 3 will serve In the at nominal rentals, according High School, was elected secretary
; Fellowship Service at 2:30: p.m. The Junior Choir will sponsora ,Y1L to Roland M. Stafford, of BLOT, but has since
tea at 3 p m. at the church. The Young People's Department )Preslaeat, Peoples National been succeeded by Justin
Is sponsor The Junior Usher Board Is In a musical after Bank of Commerce, Fulmore, of Miami North-
services Sunday evening Rev. S.L. Badger is pastor.The church Richard M. Livingston,Execu- western. Pat Bennett, 17, 740
Is located at 2221 Forest Street. In the beginning. .there was Josh White: followed currently ,wnue ma dad was appearing on the syndicated Mike Douglas tive Director of Junior N.E. 3rd Place, Hialeah, mine
by Josh White Jr. who ranks among the most sought after Show to plug his latest United Artists Records album, Josh III Achievement of Greater Miami, of Hlaleah! High School, was
MACEDONIA BAPTIST performers for college concerts and top in-person engage- appeared and Joined in for a musical number to the delight explains the operation this W ay. elected treasurer but subse-
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Tyrone Merchant and ments. For the future we look to Josh White III. the four of the audience the at-home viewers and host Douglas shown "At the start of the school)' quently was succeeded by Ruth
teachers in charge. The lesson review will be given by the year old son of Josh Jr and ,grandson of Josh Sr, Recently here with Gwen Verdon who also shared the stage with Josh year, we go around to all Dade I Houston, of Miami North-
Jr. and Josh II. County schools, hold confer- western.
pastor or an appointee. Consecration services will begin at
10:45: a.m. with the pastor In charge. Th devotional services I
will be conducted by the choirs, deacons and members. Music Chicago Honors Black Lawyer
will be furnished by Choirs No. 2 and No. 4, with Wallace Mlms
; and James Kitchen at the Instruments. Usher Board No. 3 will "*,!!
serve. All choirs, ushers, deacons, deaconesses and members'
will accompany the pastor to lit. Ararat Baptist for the Fellowship -
Hour at 2:30 p.m. The BYPU Hour will begin at 5:30: p.m.
with Mrs ML. Polite directing. The special feature will be r
.given by Lomas Butler and Mrs Sarah Strickland. The evening' ,
worship will begin at 6:30: p.m. Both sermons will be delivered ,
0 by Rev. Wilbur Burgess, pastor, or his appointee. Weekly I
activities follow: Monday, 7 p.m., Church Society: 8 p.m., choir
and ushers, deacons, deaconesses and members to Spring Hill 1J
.> Baptist for pastor's anniversary; Tuesday,8p.m.weeklyprayer
and Bible Study conducted by pastor, with deacons In charge
also; Wednesday, 8 p.m., rehearsals for Choir No. 1 and No. 3;
Thursday, 12 noon, Missionary Society midweek prayer service; e
1 Friday, 8 p.m rehearsals of Choir No. 2 and No. 4. The church )
.ie located at 33 3 Franklin Street. Mrs. Bessie Merchant is
reporter.

SECOND BETHEL BAPTIST
Sunday School opens at 9:30: a.m. with Homer St. Clair, super-
intendent, sand:; & Butler, In charge, At 11 a m, the morning
worship begins with ML. Moss and Mrs. ,Poole opening the
devotional. Rev. Llptrot will'deliver-the morning message.' k' I Ir
The pastor asks that members submit the names of their oldest _
children in in order to prepare for Family Day. Members of 1
Choir No. 1 are asked to meet at the church Saturday eveningto 1
prepare for the radio broadcast. Mrs Baker and Mrs. Cars- __ ,. + --J.- _
well are in charge. Miss KIndler is organist Rev. William Bar Association Day honoring Lloyd G. Wheeler, first Black lawyer to be admitted to the Illinois
Llptrot is pastor. Bar. This year s event marks the 100th anniversary of Wheeler's admission to the bar. Looking ,
on as the Mayor pens his signature to the Proclamation are. from left, Assistant U. S. Atty.
,Archie Le Ce ne. Judge Edward a Toles Judge Russell R. De Bow Judge Glenn T. Johnson
and Atty. William E. Peterson president-elect, National Bar Association.
I rCalendarMuter EventsRose I

j Grumbling Coll Given Grants For Upward Bound, .


Masons Of SharonThe GRAMBLING, La. n. June 9, and a nine-month
I All Master Masons are ext Rose of 'Sharon Bible federal grants totaling$ The 1969-70 program will ac-, academic program follow-up.
pected to meet at Tabernacle Club will meet Sunday afternoonat have been approed for 100 high school Activities will Include
Baptist Church, Union and 4 P.m. in the home of Mrs ling College, one of $ in a seven-week on- Academic, cultural and recre-
Spearing, on April 27 at 7 p.m., Elvira Corbett, 1623 West 12th. from the Department of program which begins CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
H In full recall Mrs Naomi Alexander Is Education and
The occasion will be the president. strengthen developing '',......rr///r.11IUI/////I/I/......
annual sit-in service tions and one of $
,. W.E.H. Simmons Young Is Is pastor DDGM.of Rev.the Pride ,Of Mateo the Office of Economic S yflnON'T NAVE TO (010 tOil 1)11'S
tunity for the college'
church. Pride of Maceo Temple No
186 IBPOE of W will meet year-old Upward
William Raines Thursday, May 1, at 8 p.m. at program, according to != LOW PRICE :
712 West Duval. All membersare W.E. Jones, president.

i; Orchestra, Appears James expected.Is daughter Mrs ruler.Battle QueenB. I. m The of HEW the Higher grant is DRUG STORE NEEDS jj

.' The orchestra" of the William Williams is reporter.HOllnille. of 196S. Specific /
Raines Senior High School will be funded, the : rr
II, be featured Sunday, April 27, Ga. quirements of each educa'U *
at 4 p.m., In the school's audi The 7-A class of Homevllle and !the maximum Trade with Your Neighbor hood Drug Store. WE WILL MEET
torium. High and Elementary School, support allowance in :ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver*
Admission Is free AlbertP. Homevllle, Ga., will sponsor stance will be J We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions =
Henderson is director. Rev. R.L. Lambert and his Super The program Is
The following numbers will be Gospel Express Sunday, Bureau of Higher
featured: Sound of Music;Rod, April 27, at the school 8p.m. the Department of
gers-Hammerstine 11 Themes The Silver-Aires of Jacksonville Pharmacy
; Education and Welfare.Grambling's [Dixie !
From Piano Concert No. I, and the Southernalres of" other
'Tschalko'wskyj Three Spirituals -. Klngsland, Ga., will be guests,
I Elliott; Vivaldi Violin operation of the Upward

.4 (guise Concerto, Heinlen, Vivaldi; Excerpt; Concert from Be- Florida Ushers .program Bradford.-directed by : 1302 KINGS BOAI AT MTRTIEi :

First Movement, Fifth Sym-, The Florida Ushers Union Upward Bound is a r
1 i
phony, Beethoven andSymphonyFor will have Its anniversary Monday .program designed to Pint 353-. tall :
Young People, Williams, night April 28, at Second the chances of college .
.. Seniors making their final Baptist Church Rev.J.C.Sams and to increase the : m YOU HUT, VATEI AM ;:
Is Rev. B.H. HartleyIs '
appearances aret Carolyn pastor.
Brown moderator. Mrs.MX Heard going rate among : TELEPHONE BILLS IT
president; Preston Hoi- who have been Oil STIlE :
mil, Jerido Redford violin Is president. Mrs Eloise:
,'.;, Rosalind Duhart, viofa.Gary, Wright Is reporter. denied access to higher .................. ...../II/N/f
.'I Simmons, cello and Gilda Wynn, I
;-; bass The public Is invited.
"I* Dr, Robinson is principal. I &

At t{: Northwestern Junior FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGEAT r 1


I I": High Band JACKSONVILLEnonces I, .
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Band Parents Club of "_ '
I' Northwestern Junior High will Registration for College Credit Classes and Short Courses- \ \
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present the Symphonic Band In < "" :

Its school nesday annual,auditorium.May spring 7, at.concert Tickets 7:30, In Wed may the SPRING TERM. 1969 ,if't..L : : R '" \ I nourisheslike

members '
be secured from band -...!..t' \ \
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.' The and members public Is of invited the parent to attend.club. May 5 (M) 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. . .Registration for evening classes ': i 4 I:

Southside Campus ? ,; : ,' I

; BSA Gospel Singers } ::; 11 I milk
AtJ May 6 (T) 8:30 A.M. -3:00: P.H..Registration for dayand'evening; .I' .
rl. To Appear i
J classes Southslde Campus ,

J Holy Tabernacle J .calf! : ': :;'. ', ;, '; .'. :,;,:: .' I I! I I ,
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give a program at the Holy Southslde, and San Diego Campuses H T Cumberland Campus -h, "4' t
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Tabernacle: 16281 West 9th.. Tel. 398-1116 'O&ff : ,
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will be sponsored by Ben-
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L Talking To The. Animals "What shall I wear," that the classic shirt cuffs :'approximately 1/Z" larger and r" ;;
afe-old feminine query can be One shlrtdress Just can't make are eased to the collar or the
'.'. answered this Spring In two a Spring or Summer a whole collar stretched to neckline.
words no matter what the hour wardrobe is needed It II Isobvlous One way of attaching a shirt
of the day or the occasion. The but there's that old bebbll budget collar, to attain the look of
answer: a sblrtdress. staring the average female,who ease and softness wanted when i i answers quetiiont atom
,; This Is Indeed the season of craves to be well-dressed In the collar is to be worn openat : Junior Min etiquette,
the shirt, everyone from St. the latest looks, right In the times is to stitch the under- i grooming and inttrtiti.Q. ft
Laurent, the Paris whine kid, eye. The woman who sews can. collar piece to the neckline .
r.I to the old master of Seventh stare back with defiance and of UM dress and the top collar School really acts to be
Avenue designing U concen- whip out as many shirt styles, piece to the blouse facing. Fora .a drag this lime of year It'iloot Q. I've hjlr-do heard la that plJCi you while can
time between vacations, keep your
trating on the shirt look In as she likes, a whole collection look In a
professional attaching bulb
If
some
lb weather lint good for after.school \.sleeping you wrap
I very Imaginable fabric and costing altogether about what a straight shirt collar (as in activities, and all my Issue around your bead. Sounds
: r some normally unlmagined. one blg6-nsMonIbeledfaah1m a Nehru look) the collar Is friend and I an feeling awfully Ilk. a neat Idea, especially to
Gabardines, knits, satins, bro- would cost her! folded In half and center ...111.... Do you bane any Ideal avoid setting every night.. Does
9i' jA. cades, chiffons voiles, silks The pattern companies are marked, matching the centerof for brightening the academic lift It work?
and every sort of cotton are ready and waiting with shirt the collar to the center: of a little A. Sure dots'! It'sIn old
-,. turning up In the best looking looks that echo the styling the neckline before stitching A. School's not about to Idea, still as good &s ever. But
; shirt styles. turned out in hautest couture ,to assure even matching at change! So how about a bright now you can use Kleenex Boutique
There's hardly a woman alive salons both sides Shirt sleeves have new attitude for you? Try reorganizing bath tissue in bold gold
who doesn't look well turned- Singer\ sewing experts have a their'own special handling. your desk and notebook hot pink, and true blue or avo-
I out and young and fresh In a few tips to help the gal who Usually the 'shoulder line is Treat yourself to an Interesting cado green to match your robeor
shlrtdress whether It be achieve new pen, note pad gown whenever you're using
one sews her own a crisp longer and the cap of the sleeve
I this hair-do trick! Just
saver
of the strict, slim-line look clean-cut look in the shirtdresses shorter than the set-in and bookcoven to put a little
average take a length of the: tissue,
sparkle Into studying Maybe
"Just-llke-hls" sort or One of she stitches on her
this shirtsleevesnap
sleeve gives it nround head and
; this is the time to get InvolvedIn wrap your
the newly soft aflilrs with a sewing machine. and clean-cut looks to a school: club you've'thought pin or clip in place. This tissue
whirl of skirt a cummerbund Good fit at the neckline can"make"
sleeves Before attaching shirt about but never joined. If you tip also helps keep rollers intact
'wrapped and emphasizedwalst'llne a shlrtdress, its fit cuffs, the sleeve Is gathered ordinarily like to play volleyball overnight!
or slick fly-front. What affects the shoulder seam and to fit the cuff exactly, then the try sewing, and vice versa.
yick.? ,these fashions have in common the whole fit of the'bodice. One cuff Is stitched over the gathers You also might try having study
ti U an affinity for shirt-styled of the secrets of a well-fitting on the right slda. parties with friends to put some When you buy elasticized undergarments
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CRUNCH PIE bine 1/2/ cup Dry Concord
(Makes 9.Inch pie) wine with 1 cup mayonnaise; .t 4

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I package (314 ounces) I rind teaspoon grated orange When a roast Is put Into the Family and friends.are in for a surprise when you treat themto
lemon pudding and pie oven, set a small foil pan partly c rk warm, "fresh-from the-oven" Yum-Yum Muffins. Delicately
filling mix V4 cup crushed sour lemon filled with flour beside it. sweetened with brown sugar, these nut-topped muffin cakes
4 cup undiluted Carnation When the flour his browned, are full of munchy pecan bits and flavorful pieces of date and
Evaporated Milk It..ready for brown gravy maleln apricot. Dusted lightly with confectioners sugar, Yum-Yum
|. American Burgundy Muffins are pretty enough for company.
Slice 13 1llS.lnch thick slices from cookie dough. Place Concord wines are fine for Yum-Yum Muffins combine two convenience products eselfrising .
slices In bottom of well buttered 9.Inch pie plate. Slice 14 marinating roasts whilea flour adds lightness and tenderness to each golden
-inch thick slices from cookie dough. white wine, such as Dry muffin, and self-rising corn meal puts crispness into the crust.
sides of Arrange slices along Sauterne, is best for chicken Both save mixing measuring and sifting time since salt and
pie plate. Bake shell In
moderate oven (375F.) 10- since It enhances the baking powder are exactly preblended into each cupful .
15 minutes or until shell is lightly browned. Shell will be 4 "+
puffy.;While color and flavor. y And, you'll want to include nutritious Yum-Yum Muffins tn
crust is ,
cooling prepare filling. Prepare pudding S e your family's diet because they're iron rich. Enriched self
mix according to package directions for lemon meringue Ice cream stays firm longer rising flour and com meal and the dried fruits all contribute
pie. Place In refrigerator until cool, stirring often. when it goes into individual r significant amounts of iron, a vital mineral significantly deficient
Chill Carnation.Evaporated Milk In refrigerator tray until serving dishes a few hours be- in the majority of American diets. Self-rising flour aid
soft Ice crystal form around edges of tray (10.15 minutes). fore dessert time, and Is keptin corn meal provide additional nutrients, too: three B-vitamirfs,
Whip until stiff (1 minute). Add lemon Juice. Whip until the freezer. The chilled \, thiamine,. niacin, and riboflavin, and a second mineral,
very stiff (1 minute longer). Add orange rind to pudding. dishes retard melting. For an calcium.
Whip pudding until fluffy. Fold whipped Carnation and added taste treat, pour American YUM-YUM MUFFINS
crushed lemon drops Into pudding Pour Into pie shell.Chill Concord Red Champagne \ 12 muffins
until set (about 3 hours). Garnish with mint sprigs. over vanilla ice cream. -
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I and crystal, before final selection of pattern Is i'ade. .. M cup light brown sugar Confectioners sugar

.. A.. Pour water over apricots and let stand 10 minutes; drain.
E T Si Stir together flour, corn meal and brown sugar. Blend together
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Ruby Savory Chicken Mold liquid all at once to flour mixture, stirring until well blended.If .
p.i. necessary, add more milk to make medium thick batter. Fill
(Makes 4 to 6 servings) paper lined or greased muffin cups 2/3 full; sprinkle with
"Sup" With 1 tablespoon (1 envelope) 1V4 cups diced cooked remaining pecans. Bake in preheated 425 oven 20 to 25
i, unfavored gelatine chicken minutes, or until golden brown. Sprinkle. with confectionerssugar.
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scup water / cup chopped ripe olives
Ready Fomilas 1 cup chicken broth 5/ cup diced celery Spoon flour Into dry measuring cup;level. Do not scoop.

: AFRYERS % cup dye ttuted Camltlon 2 tablespoons finely ,
Evaporated Milk chopped green pepper
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2 tablespoons lemon.Juice teaspoon paprika
meals thanks
prepare everyday V4 cup mayonnaise V teaspoon lilt I quart Tequila Marlachl to teaspoon ground
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has been greatly reduced. Evaporated Milk and lemon juice. Chill mixture until consistency Mix Ingredients and let stand for one or two hours to
And today, mothers find that of unbeaten egg whites. Stir In mayonnaise, blend. To serve, pour o"er a block of Ice in a punch bowl. May
.29' preparing formula feedings for chicken, olives, celery, green pepper and seasonings. Com be garnished with lemon and/or orange slices, if desired. This
the newest member of the bine thoroughly. Pour Into 4.cup mold.'Chlll until firm makes a little less than one gallon, or about enough for 30
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much time as with the con n -
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I Blind Singer :Stevie :Wonder To Receive President's Distingushed Service Award I




,HonoVs, For Ste Pete's Moses Pki Beta Slgnis That Charles Commercial Nationally Faaioas PerforMer ,
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i Cited For Aid To handicapped'

HoRor Pioneer
J DETROIT Stevie Wonder, was 12 years of age. Stevie
1 internationally-known blind was brought to Motown' attention -,

J.P. Noses singing genius, will, on May 1 by Ronnie I White of,
in Washington, receive the Smokey Robinson and the ,
ST. PETERSBURGJ.P, highest award of the President's Miracles.
Moses, a native of Americus, Committee on Employment of Dr.Martln Luther King, Jr.,'
Ga, was signally honored at the praised the singer highly when
the Orchid Ball here recently HUdlcapP'dl"1b'DIs he performed at a SCLC rally
for services rendered the community ,: 7tr The singer will receive this in Chlcag o In 1966. Gary's'Major
and the state In various new accolade at the International Richard G. Hatcher was
capacities and for carrying Banquet of the most effusive in praise for the'
,activities in the face of a President's Committee Annual young entertainer
Stevie will be graduated from
confining ailment. """ .Meeting.
Moses came to St. Pete at an' Because of his outstanding the Michigan School for the.
,early age Be found work .- achievements In the face of Blind In June.. He has been
principally as a chauffeur and blindness Stevie has been lauded commended for his work there
after some years, opened a I i by many outstanding IndIvlduala. by ,the superintendent, RobertH
pressing club, a sundries tore Governor William Millikenof Thompson. He spoke of
'c. PETERSBURG The picture abort shows J.P. Hoses,' and engaged In other business Michigan wrote the Motown. Stevie as a combination of
receiving honors for outstanding activities as a citizen from enterprises Including the star to, this effect: "We in "natural talent, natural ability
I I tbX; Tampa-SlTTete'Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, operating of a concession in Michigan are proud of you.May personal warmth, broad'
I toe,,Sigma Thomas Jackson presents plaque. Sigma Alexander, Negro parks.Mr. I Join the many who are extremely dimensions of drive, loyalty,
'j Bess attends the wheel chair. He was honored af the recent Moses was the first Blackball II pleased that you are to his people and their full
Orchid Ball.Rep. bondsman in the city. Mrs. i being recognized so appropriately acceptance of blindess,,loyalty
Moses carries on now since' on this occasion?' to betterment of opportunity''
the pioneer has been confined try"'tN Harold Russell, chairman of, for those who are blind and
., Beiiott Dedicates New to a wheel chair. r the awards committee, said: loyalty to and Identification with
This outstanding! citizen Asa "You have surmounted your this school.
Biildiig At Edward Waters' been' active in every facet of disability to live a life of a And finally, producer Bar y'
community affairs,particularly contributor to your community, .Gordy, Jr., has said, in part:
United'States Representative'Charles E. Bennett spoke at the church, politics and Elkdom.' the State of Michigan, and the "he Is among the first to volunteer ,
decicatory services Sunday for the Edward Waters College He is a charter member and United States. You have demonstrated his services to the
Science-Mathematics building, and pointed to the new edifice one of the founders of the what we mean when wen furtherance of human Justice
as a source. of "truth, for the glory of God and the betterment Florida Voters League, IncH M ; "It's ability! not disability, and,brotherhood"
oi mankind." and was vice chairman of the' that counts."

Continuing,' the lawmaker said, educated be has more opportunity ; stricken. He was the organizer Stevie, a protege of Motown, CIVIL:
"There has never been a disparity not only for himself but ,and longtime president of the I ISt. ( Barry, Gordy Jr., president
between the facts of also for service to Ms fellowman Pete unit Is a supreme example of the
science and the truths ofspiritual and that Is the way most Moses held many offices in value of faith, fortitude and RIGHTSROUNDUP
Elkdom. He was assistant determination. Gordy Jr, was ,
development. One men will be measured In the f Ke ,
serves the other In perfect years ahead director of civil liberties and so impressed that he Immediately ,
harmony. A learned person, Bennett, who assisted Edward Florida state director of civil ) rr" paved the way for succeed!
skilled In basld sciences, langugges Waters College's President W. liberties. He was at one time "A"A for the singer who, at that time., .

and history, can fully B. Stewart and college officialsin Exalted Ruler Sunshine Lodge ......., BY NPISW
develop all of his talents, and getting a grant of $120,376 in St. Petersburg. ATLANTA For the third consecutive year new commercial recorded by Ray Charles Black Power laXaribbeaa ? FILED
abilities; but If he Is not a and a loan of $161,000 from the Members of Us family present for Coca-Cola has been honored at the American Television and Radio Commercials Festival.. NEW ORLEANS (NPI) -,
good and honest man, be will federal government, said the at the presentation Included deanat a The youth-oriented spot entitled "I ve Been Around" received praise from top advertising' Hits Suit has been filed in local
brother D. Jack Moses
lOt kind'contribute' greatly to man- three-story, 23,000 square-foot, Cheyney, State College, In executives' judging the recent event. Arranged and performed by Ray Charles, the commercialwon I/, courts to integrate the city'sprisons
building will Increase First Place In the Best Vocal "I all of which nave airways
Arrangement category. ve Been Around" was also rimer- ,
value The of lawmaker spoke of the classroom space by 50 percent of Pennsylvania Sigma, and, a 1968 regional Sigma off Man leer up in the category of Best Single' Entry, competing with other radio commercials produced At Waite, Moves been Integrated. Also the,
education, saying, "It during 1968. A trio of radio spots aimed at the youth market one by Aretha Franklln"Blg target of a suit was the racially
also follows that If of the Year; daughter, Mrs. The "BbackPower"crywMch'I
a man is Cities one by It Over and received the collected segregated home for delinquent
Emma JeanStephenson,reading Sandy' Posey "Talking Ray s big one i 1 I has resounded in force from
in the MontclalrNew honors of runner-up in the category of Best Campaign, competing with all 1968 radio com, boys it is said that Louis"Sat-
specialist coast to coast and border to
I mercials. Displaying the won by t are William Van Loan, chmo" Armstrong learned to
School trophy Ray recording product manager -
Jersey High ; daughter, border in the VDitedStatll
R. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES; NEW PROGRAMS Mrs. Jen Ethyl Burnette, director for convenience packaging Coca-Cola USA and Kelvin Wall, manager, Market Development and Is being duplicated through- 'play the trumpet at the home:.
Department, Coca-Cola USA. McCann-Erlkson Is the for )
The Coca-
I of Neighborhood Service advertising agency
out both the Black independent
AT THE"COUEG. FOR FALL 'SEMESTER Center, St. Pete, sister, Mrs. .Cola Company. nations and the still white- TWO ATTACK ':
Roa Pryor; son, J.P. Moses, settler-ruled areas of the NEW YORK-(NPI)-Police

Jr, Tampa teacher, and Mrs. Delaware Black Natioaal Endowment had Arican continent, to say in cities the nation's have been First blasted andSecond.for..
SECRETARIAL COURSE Catherine Moses,,wife. nothing of such places as
I either doing too much or too I
'UtI, ". '" Man Heads Plus Aid, For Humanities reached England Its and e9rr France ve.fl.nrer.-has little. In, New York, retired
baseball star Jackie Robinson
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION I ; s;. *SOUL" Treatment t Police Force :WA INGTaN. 'D.C",,',*,.:Federal l gratis J Cpl\ %( gtjA, 04!| for Ijj, Into.T:anothertor- t"t .of ,Pur, wyrld .charged' I that! police qfficiahulnave

,, t ,! t WILMINGTON, Del-(NH- predominately Negro colleges were annpunced today by the where" the iou*Mf* maa, Impugn ;<"done netting' in ,Our
his :plinnlngs tad
for NATURAL IIAIR 'National Endowment for ,
Former Lieutenant Andrew J. the Humanities. The grants are the cae of '150 off-duty policemen
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL. x Turner has become the first( first under the Endowments newly-established Negro College erected a paradise for his own and firemen accused of beating
COORSE / Black of the local Faculty Development Program. They are to, be used for greedy aims at the expanse of' ''up 10 Black Panthers and two
captain strengthening! the ,colleges: teaching staffs in the humanities. the indigenous Black peoples; white sympathizers in the hall
Bureau of Police. Captain
That Is the Caribbeanarea
place
1 The funds will market pos.' predominantly black colleges.Most of the Brooklyn Criminal Courts,
'::01 'Turner will continue' in his bounded by the Gulf of
sible for faculty mem- of the last September. And in
MANAGEMENT present post as commander of present colleges are small Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, Carib- building
bers to increase their own limited State Senator Charles
TOR SMALL BUSINESSESENROLL the department's human-re operate on severely bean Sea, and almost commonly Chicago,
1 lations office He Is also knowledge of such ,fields as budgets and are able to offer referred to In toto as the. Chew, Jr, (D-Cbic.goacc1lS8Cl
,
TODAY history philosophy. literature at more affluent institutions. ,policemen from the Task Force i
.expected to supervise the West Indies.. ,
,
and the arts, Black citizens
the Unit of
languages : Moreover Negro schools searching
Youth Aid Division and aid in These spots of real estate,
Send for your free catalogue the de part/ en t.. planning by attending special seminars ,have been losing well-trained variously desired by'the white and' their cars "for apparent
I section. and Institutes for teachers.'' faculty toprevlouslywhite i cause'In order to make theft
Name t r1i In addition, he w111 overlords for their fun-ln-the-
MUYIIAMUr.ww.r Also the grant will enable colleges anxious to increase quota of arrests." w
Address .act as coordinator among three, sun pleasure spots, minerals! .
professors to' consult with staff ?I
1 Yet
I Integration.
t1 Telephone department. timber, agriculture, and everything
:> 3559722AMlicitiii asst a colleagues at'other schools, more than half of all Negro else '"ONLY PARTY'CHICAGO. I
Registrar that could be takenor
'Employee Dishonesty Individually and through con college students In the United used I -(NPI)-"Weare I I
are the current objects
Himma I.'i r Aim Anwrtain look:IW., NEW'YORKAlthoughI ferences.'' In addition the States attend : the in i
l only revolutionary party
DiiiliM' IwMtkf, lull kinky hnlr comma .Ilvn'rlh predominatelyNegro of the Black Power
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A.Iist ,, 1969 AdIU! .iniriillnii Illlto......hill of>M lllhu.HIIAY BukM'X I" .AIW.i l lmlMf busineM suffers astronomical awards will help support lmprovemems colleges and whatever thrust.' ,Chicago and in the United
L Call Mon, fue. Wed.j and Frl. 7.30 To : "hark phe.br.: SlwU iebmhililiilVu"n losses estimated at upwards in curricula for their career objectives, take States/ Nathan Junior, field
tOS' u"Vi'ti hiTr"iiiIirmip"fhJlni"iwll! .:iiirorit:l."liillVtipMl'lriiil la of $1 1.5 billion a year be. 'students. Severalofthegrants, large numbers of courses: In High School secretary of the Illinois Black
fOLDEN'S: COLLEGE '( .Mora Hum 40 year ; ronlr 'cause of employee ,dishonesty. will help faculty members Increase -' the fields comprising the ,- Panther Party, has declared..
lite rm" .Me..lc.for l.lldri x month.end.euenlr....iiKllcw,, TrUI>..._Urn. only about 15 to 20 per cent of their teaching compe- ,humanities. Students Honored Addressing a peace-march
: 1818 W. 20tb STREET MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO, business firms protect themselves pence in Afro-American The Endowment hoped thata rally, Junior said his group has ,
4" cm.a1 An, MMH, Midi. 4IJOI against such losses by purchasing .studies Inpardcular. series of,small grants for For Achiiftieit the "authority' to be the van-'J
fidelity bonds, according to The Endowment Is making specific teacher improve: guard' in the revolutionary
i ,the Insurance Information the awards In recognition of ment projects devised by each Fourteen top' Duval County movement. "What kind of revolution -<"
I
/ Institute the special problems faced by school In accordance with Its high school scholars and their', do you thing you're
Benchmark Bourbon has heart p own needs would provide the teachers were honored' recently, working for when you dont
great quickest means of alleviating at the fifth annual Student- even talk to the vanguard?,',.

i j' Because its made by men, with great hands. SEAFOOD CENTER the'institutes problem.and seminars Many of the for Teacher$tar Achievement) District Banquet Recognition 'be asked.. \!

UeN.MYRT AVE PH El 4 141 teachers for example' will at JU. Hosting groups were the PROBE ASKED
take place during the summeror Alton Box Board Company the WASHING TON (NPI)-The'
\ FJ'I SHRIMP BOAT WHITING on the teachers' own cam- Klwanis, Club and .the University. -' Federal Bureau of Investigation
SHEEPNOSE 491lARCE puses In the regular school has been asked to lo<.k into
I Creat hands and brains and that ancient year. Proposals from the Among the students, with charges that a dismissed prln-
I American tradition of caring a lot for your'' SILVER DRUM colleges were evaluated by teachers, were: Larry Corne, clpal and superintendent at a
1. craft Skill plus desire, after all, is what's; educators familiar with the, lius Morse, Gilbert' BookerC. school for Indians at Chllocco,:
I always made one piece of work better than 1 MULLET .....:............................... 39k needs of the Negro institutions Peek Rlbault; James .Okla., abuses students- Harrison
I another. So, if you suspect things aren't as well.;,istwlth I the humanities' Benjamin Klnchen, Jr., New Loesch,assistant Interior'1

made like they used to be SPEC. TROUT....................................... 69' lb. ; 'Forty-one of the more Stanton Seniors Mrs. Alpha,, secretary, asked the probe,'in

I Benchmark. It'11 renew your anymore faith taste STEAK FILLETS ...................:........... ...... 9 S' Ib., than colleges 100 predominately In the United Negro States H.Star Moore students, 'att invited'to 'students'were the wake of charges handcuffed that some:'

CONCH MEAT ........................*?..-..... 79' lb. made application but the 16 take :expense-paid .long periods'and otherwise for"
'l Benchmark-Seagram's Premium; Bourbon. SEA BASS ............................................. 59 Ib. CONTINUED ON PAGE '10 tour of Florida.,, .. week-long ,brutalized.. .

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WHITE ROE (Meld) ......,.,....,.....n.,.......:59' Ib. Overcoming Handicaps ,

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Spotlight On Sports During Thai Strike Top Athlete Tells Sport Mag::::;:.:


BY JOSEPH 1'1IR1mt.-KPI. I How Ho Felt After Tryouts m m mKEW

B BASEBALL A SPORT OR A BUSINESS?
AitaMtaU Is celebrating tu 100th anniversary rear It I YORK-SanJoseState sprnt champion Lee Evans, wlnnof ::::
showed "*"! of *8*, ofcdescency of being tampered with. two gold medals in the Mexlc9 Olympics,feels he didn't talons::
Right now, It Is difficult to determine eraetly what It to- militant enough stand daring the Games, he reveals an artUJe.v:
sport or business. 1 II the curt ent Issue of SPOUT Magazine. '::::::

There Is almost always some kind of dispute In baseball I '''If I bad to do It over again 1 my gun to shoot him." ::::.;: ,
involving lawyers, onions, pensions, court salts over contracts oj would do something more on the "But 1 changed my m1DII'.lied;::
or fraDChlsel, or salary DecoUat10111. And players bar gotten .victory stand,' says Evans headed for his bout anyway.*. .
to the point where they must have money managers and advisors et What 1 did wasn't enough I After a long argument, Carp:;,
sounds great deal Uks the way you rum a buIDea. A should have done more." and Evans' tempers cooled,>et t;.,
Generations ago, baseball was retarded as the sport of the *What Lee did do on the stand their wives Joined In the shootIng -<.
ColIIIDOD 11IIII. To 10 to a baseball game 1fU a good acue to was wear a black beret and match and finally had to bti v
get out of the hot crowded tenement buildings. ft provided an uY black socks, and wave his alloYed dragged apart. Now, bowlYer,"'*
opportunity also to engage In the nation's second greatest sport- fist In a Black power the Ice has melted abttbetween
beer drlnUnf. Even kids thought baseball was so pest they sip This demonstration In the two and they will be eo-tv>
would play hooky from school to(o see Babe Ruth or Loa Gehrlg. marked contrast to the Black captains of the San Jose Stake
Baseball players In thosegood old days were Just that. Today, power demonstration engaged in track team In the fall S SS
therre part-time baseball plaer.aDd part-time businessmen, by Tommle Smith and John What was the purpose cf11'tithe '
entertainers, artists, or what hare yog. Club owners nan Carlos earlier, which resulted demonstrations? "W e't*
ceased to be sportsmen and hare become businessmen, who la their suspension! from the getting people to realise that
regard baseball as less a sport or source of entertainment, but 4 j,Iny team and dismissal from Olympic the Olympic Committee-
more u a business to make lIIOIIe,. p Village la racist and undemocratic-'.:
When the sport began to loose some of Its excltement.owners Smith, wearing a black\ scarf concludes Evans la the SPORT;:
weren't too concerned, but when losses In attendance meant and black socks, and Carlos, article. '. C-
losses in net profits, they hurriedly Initiated a series of. wearing a black shirt and black .
"revolution programs' to make the game lively again. socks, lowered their beads .
Some of these changes have been to shorten outfield fences, Iriiiin : during the playlngof the Star Watch ;;
allow for more home runs; lower the pitching mound, and make Spanged) Banner and thrust
the strike sane narrower, to get fewer strike-outs; and finally. d M1y black-gloved fists Into the air. This CloWI t
to add more teams to the leagues, necessitating the creation of r ip In explaining his own compromise '
"divisions" in each league. Tall makes the pines that much r c demonstration In the 11 44 .. :
more difficult to keep up with. : SPORT article, EnDs says:
If baseball Is to be a sport, the management's "efficiency1 "I took the beret off during the 11 21. 11r ,,:
approach will do more to hurt it than help It. Baseball became anthem 'cause wanted to run :
popular because the peat masses of people>> who followed it In the relay t didn't want to 't :;
over the years, went to see the games because they were Interested get suspended yet.' If I didn't ,, .
in baseball personalities and their daring deeds.. FROM 'AIR TRANSPORTATION TO GROUND-What do pound-i were distributing product literature In the Dodge truck exhibited have another race coming up, 4 S .
The Babe Ruths, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, Joe DIMagglos,; airline stewardesses ido during a strike? Pretty Mlchele) at .the Chicago Auto. Show. (NPI Photo) I was so made then I would :
Jackie Robinsons, Willie Mays, etc., were heroes to many' ,Freeman.(left: ), tZ, and Gretchen. Olt, h, of American Airlines l, : hare left it on." '. t It';
ways, Baseball under the "business" concept has become so Carlos reacted strongly,toward
efficient: It has taken a peat deal of the color and personality I Evans' allegedly partial defection 31 11 31 ; :
out.of whatever It is today. Only a few old-timers Willie' let'A Oohkie DRUG STORE SION over a ,.dis accord to Evans ffWhen
Mays and Ernie Banks still draw a big cheer, but how many Operates L4 Ways play of pamphlets on diets exercise he got home, he began talking J" 112. 114 !J;;
more years do they have left? calorie counting figure against me," says Lee Sometimes lie' nptSometimes":'
There Is very little new talent coming Into baseball today control "Pleast at the "Finally, I called him up and *
: Pay Subtracts'
He's He Adds
don
because baseball too too restrictive the a no. anawavuw told him to cut It We ,
demanding season' sw,., out. argued '
'Candy Counter. Catholic DigestApril. He works it all -
.too long and other sports are offering bigger salaries. y w.-o .. .t and when he bung up I around! ;':"':;<
Football Is doing today what baseball used to do. Thousands.of SPRING FISHING -. ,._ _._.. _. .wu so mad I went looking!! for .
women who may know nothing about the sport 10 to the games 11 I. 71 't1fjrr? t
now because Joe Namath is "so handsome And young people All' right, to it isn't quite I MADAM BBSS !
who look for Images with which they can Justify their rejection spring yet.. At least not northof I'' Coming Attraction '>-Iw
the Mason-Dixon and
of conventional values, flock to the games to see Namath, because even south of it the Line soaking She will read your entire lIfe-past,present and ',':
he is "so coop warmth of the summer solstice -"I ,future. She asks no questions' but will tell you\ f
The selection of Bowie Kuhn u a temporary Commissioner' has yet to be felt in its i j ,vbat you want to know, giving dates and facts of 31 u 111''I .1
of Baseball shows the dilemma of sports versus business; the fullest. usuiess, love health and family affairs. Will]
owners cannot get together on what they want the game to be. Disregarding this, however lelp you find lost art. Tells you whom you will ] MAN'S DAYS; .
Kuhn has some bright Ideas, but looks like he has no authority., any fisherman worth his salt marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what ;
What Is needed is a commissioner with the characteristics of has already cleaned and repaired ,to do to be successful.Will reunite separated, NUMBERED
a Bill Veeck andaCaseyStengelandthe daring of a Lou Brock all his tackle and is locate absent friends and relatives, and cause ,> \
'and maybe the power of a Charles De Gaulle. Then maybe, busily laying plans fof the 1j happiness between man and wife. Helps make. I Iup .
'baseball can become a sport again. earliest possible assault on the 1\j lover.r quarrels. Tells If sickness and bad "Mans Days are Numbere4.:;
NAMING particular gtmefish of his lo Health and Fortune can be-!
STREET
cale. luck are natural enemies, or If there Is an evil "
Americans have a strange way of naming streets, highways,' tIt Influence. Does-not tell to please you,but will tell the trutE. One Yours when you know your,:
airports, etc, after Its slain or otherwise deceased heroes!' Is authorities not too early It',Mercury the fishIng -1 .VERSATILE( ,Versatile RADIOTELEPHONE Radiotelephone Introduced by_ Raytheon at National. I t ,visit/ will repay you for disappointments all others. She will Lucky Days,. :. ,.t, 3
Take the Kennedy International Airport, and Cipe JC8DDeciO'missile read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your
:
outbovds remind to begin Boat Show In New York (,January 25 February 2. 1969)) Lucky Colors, eat \
base, both named after the late President John F. TROUBLES. Come and see why are so unhappy, when
methods of you
going over attack operates four ways. New Model 2x3 offers two-way conver- Send $l 00 for your
: the Eisenhower Expressway, Chicago; the John Foster that will give a measure of sations ship-to.shore and ship-to-ship and also serves as a everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, Horoscnne Guide for o j
Dulles; international Airport, Washington, D.C., and, In many success on the fishing loud hailer and listener for distant sounds. Francine Butler, sick ud worried when you can be helped and everything made 5
other cities, similar things named after those figures in grounds. One of the most important of Boston' voices her approval of the powerful 101-watt Ray clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody welcome ,MAY ''I
national life who have passed on. of these is a reminder Don't
theon that features six radio channels NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls
It is said that such namlngs ar4 re-naming are designed to that fish are like people. In addition rig to loud tiailer. It Is crystal-controlled offered at $399.AftT's mistake the address..MADAU BESSIE Is located north of Fill In the blank below and;'
cleanse the souls of the guilty-make the people doing the naming Sound silly? Not so. What Callahan on U.s. 'I, 1/Z mile from City of Callahan, Florida. mall to ZODIAC, Post Office}
belatedly'feel better for having shown little] or no reprd for the do you feel like doing on the Phones l'li-ZZ50. Box U71, Jacksonville, Flay
deceased honoree during his lifetime. first warm day of spring? You. Bit Master Beefy Royal WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT or HomE-.AcrOis: the street .-
This thought came to mind with announcement of an 18-week feel like sleeping late and letting from SPORTSMAN MOTEL NAME ;
series of Amateur Athletic Union (AAV) track and field meets. the world take care of Ami Open dally from 8 a.m to 10 p.m. STREET _.
,The first meet Is to be called the Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast itself, then and arising a slothful to a late day Paces Teas Tops Averages ,T ilCLIP'INGENTI'fLESYOUWA$5.OOREADINGfor; : 32.00. DATE OF BmTH _
International Freedom Games, and Is to be held Sunday, May '
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spent doing as little as possible
18, at the Vlllanova (Pa) University stadium. if you're as normally lazy GREENSBORO, N.C. If Royal Mack, North Carolina AliT'. :,1
stellar first baseman ever decides to step back from the plate' t
It Is altogether fitting and proper-and probably a !good thing as most fishermen.
'that the late Dr. King should lit so honored, although It Is not A largemouth bsss, or a a couple of.Inches, the (P" opponents, wW be In real trouble. ,
generally known whether he was an avid sports fan. Specifically, ,nice big crappie, feels almost With the stance be Is using Unites unbeaten with three
we do not know what his feelings were regarding track and field exactly the same way. He ,BOW, Mack, a senior from West straight victories. John Quick
competition may not'laze in bed, but hell Point, Va., leading ALT at also has a win In his only start.
So it becomes a blgdeaL Yet to name this first meet, the Martin stay In a deep hole and wait bat with an impressive .407 The most surprising I
Luther King, Jr. International Freedom Games, Is particularly for the warming sun to heatthe .avenge newcomer on the team has been
interesting when two Black track and field athletes were chastised water to his favorite tem Aggie Coach Mel Groomes freshman third baseman
and sent home from the 1968 Summer Olympics, for protesting perature.So figures that Mack would 1m- Bernard Chambers Kerners-
the "lack of total freedom In America." you follow the sun too.: prove on that average if he vllle, N.C.
Another thing about this AAU honor is that It Is a typical and Fish on the lakes sunny fish side those of riven, would make a tiny adjustmentat .. ;v
Inaction of Americans 11'. a way of saying, first, we honor where the sun hu been warm-spots the plate. I
oar slain heroes; we are panting (albeit token) recognition to ing the water the longest.These "Mack Is strong," said JicksoivilloBarber
,Blacks; and lastly, this is a Joint effort of the AAU and the U.s. will be the shallowareas Groomes, 'jond he has the .
;to say to the rest of the world, "We have no racial problems. which will warm up power. He also has speed and
AU of the people are happy--see, we Just named a track and much quicker than the deep and he Is not bad around the College
field meet after the late Dr. King" spots. bag. He could be a real good .
To Black Americans, the Martin Lather King track and: field: Just remember to do in professional prospect" \
meet also suggests that white people still want to "select"the your Ashing u you would do Mack has been knocking the ,
Black leaders that should be remembered and honored, in four daily living and you socks off the ball all season, .[.roll. Now ,
rather than to let the Blacks decide for themselves whom they .can t miss., Linger over. your and Is one reason why the t 4 :
want to remember. coffee, then go out1 and fish Aggies are sporting a 4-0-1 .APPLICATION NOW BEING
in American race relations and an Black slowly; giving those fish with
All is not well ,record against league com ACCEPTED
"spring fever" a chance to
with their limitations the sports world. .
people are not happy petition. .x
catch lure. TUITION
RATES AS
deal in this couDtl'-Chlnp that theAAU your LOW AS
There is a peat wrong ALT has whipped Hampton
and the VS. government could do much to correct--by a AIT F.li.II''r.r..s Institute twice (7-1 and 8-3), *21.:M 'p MONTH .
little house cleaning at home. Sbaw University twice ((3-2 and
There has been a great deal of clamor from young Black Got S-4) and also tied the Pirates Eittr ,
people for national, recognition of the late Malcolm Y. The "7-1. In an exhibition game, the A feed Career Bring your weekend hostSeagram's :
progress Dr. King gave to Black people cannot be denied, nor 'Aggies downed strong Maryland .' V.O.-the Smooth Canadian.SAT.MATINEES130.
.can it be enhanced by the AAUnamlnga track meet In his honor' Nigh .I... State, 5-4. .TUITION| INCREASES JULY !1.
But Malcolm X also gave something to young Black people The Aggies are defending 830 DAVtS STREET
that cannot be taken'''' either and yet, it seems whites world GREENSBORO Soa- ,champI0lll1ltheconfereDCeaDd 354-9874
: N.C.
prefer that Blacks forget the tract that Malcolm ever existed. football, making a determined bid to 7 iv G i s v.
tlf the United States really. wants to show some respect for' ''produced ivenir at AliT State programs Unlver. capture their first title in theJeape' .-- '
and dead then let It start wilt a Malcolm -
Black heroes, living 'slty daring the 1968 season Southern Division,
_X, 'a' LeRot Jones, or a Richard Wright-to name a few.llfck ", have been named second place: ,under the new CIAA setup. .
winner la a national contest. Groomes said that ALT has
The contest, sponsored by the also gotten abigllfl this season
Fitiess Hud Sports Information Directors from freshman catcher Charles ;:2'I s
Physical I
Association of the National Mlddleton of Hopkins, S.C. ) II
Middleton. who doubles u a
Association of Intercollegiate
;Speaks .AtMidwestern Ctifib Athletics aAIAdetarmlns) quarterback on the Aggies' fine I
Mack in
football team, trails
winners on the basis of editorial
GREENSBORO, N.C. Dr. paigo. The symposium wilt excellence and superior production batting' with a .400 average.
lor D. Moore, chairman of the honor Dr. Thomas It, Cureton, quality "Mlddleton has really helped
Department of Health, Physical ;Jr., who Is generally known Ii, The AliT publications were ,us a lot," said Croomes. "He + ,
Education, and Recreation: at the pioneer among physical ftt-l, excelled only by Eastern Mlchi- needs some work defensively,. ) it i ie
North Carolina AliT State ness experts in the Halted lID University of Tpstla, ntLMichigan. ,, but as" we play, be will get
University, will speak at twoJtldwestera States. Dr. Curetoq will retire I better.
universities next from his teaching post at ..e.! ft was the second honor gives The other top>> batsmen Clareace for ALT t
weak."Dr. University of Illinois sAt the AAT programs In u many are outfielder
Moore, who has been the University :of Illinois, years. The publications nrtdied Williamson aodshor(stop
conducting research on adultplysicalfltnenprograms Dr., Moore win report on same following the 1M7 sesnoala George Lima, both hitting ..357'and .'
,. of his research physical fitness -, second place tie by the College second baseman Steve ,It
poke at Indiana Iblverslly, conducted at ALT State Sports Information; Parsons, .331 1,
Bloomington,'on April M, His University last yeai. His subJect ->; Directors Assoc1aUoe(CdlmAJ In the pitching department,
presentation 4'ICI.eoetolollcallelllllGDl will be "Etfectsof Velocity aa Independent, professional, hurler Wilson Stallsworth con-)
of Beuudymuale Crwli OM !baring I .t
Changes Some j organisation. ,' : ; .
Pealtft, Education, and Feere-. 'Parameters.'.. I IA Richard K., Moore, a former} NEW YORK=I'lie miniulilolljr ,:
kilos la the Bulled States." native of Charlotte,HADr..' aewspspermaa of Norton, I toil of the| iijiliin'i irilfMuitltiiu .'
OB April 15-16, Dr., Moore ,j I: Moor Is a gradate Norm '' Virginiasow! AAT-s director h.', rflxMit liiiililcil in 'I' TONIGHT 8. :
will take part in a symposium I Ioa I I Carolina College and holds the of petite Information since 'lie' lid d'1ale.III."lilllC '" .IM'limir.iiiir | <.



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I Blind Singer Sfevie Wonder To Receive President's Distingushed Service Award





HonoYs For, St. Pete's Moses. Pkl 'Bed' Sigmts That Charles. Commercial Nationally Faaiovs Performer, ,

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Honor Pioneer
I DETROIT Stevle Wonder, was 12 years of age. Stevie

internationally-known blind was brought to Motown's attention ,

M J.P. Noses'ST. singing genius, will, on May 1 by Ronnie White of
I In Washington, receive the Smokey Robinson and the :

PETERSBURGI.P, highest award of the President's Miracles.

Hoses, a native of Americas, I,I Committee on Employment of Dr.Martin Luther KIng Jr..'
Ca., was signally honored at A t d + the Handicapped "The D1I. praised the singer! highly when
the Orchid Ball here recently tinguished Service Award." he performed at a SCLC rally.
for services rendered the,community The singer will receive this in Cblcag o In 1968. ear,'. .

and the state In various new accolade at the Inter* Mayor Richard G. Hatcher was
capacities and tor carrying on ? national Banquet of thtPresident's most effusive/ In praise for the.

.activities. in the face of a Tit Committee Annual young entertainer.
confining ailment. ,...,. .... .Meeting. Stevie will be graduated from
Hoses ewe to St. Pete at an Because of his outstanding the :)Michigan School for the.
,early age. Be found work achievements in the face of Blind In 'June, He has been
principally as a chauffeur and, blindness Stevie has been lauded commended for his work thereby

after some years, opened a !i by many outstanding Individuals ,the superintendent, RobertH.
.I pressing club, a sundries tore Go/ernor William Mlllikenof Thompson He spoke of
tj I. PETERSBURG The picture -above snows J.P. Moses,. and engaged In other business. Michigan wrote the Motown Stevie gs a'combination of

I retiring honors for outstanding activities as a citizen from enterprises, including the tar to, this effect: "We in' "natural talent, natural ability
I tijfe TamPa-St Peti 'Chapter .of Phi Beta Sigma operating of a concession In Michigan are proud of you.May personal warmth, broaddimensions

I be,,.Sigma Thomas Jackson presents plaque. Sigma Alexander, Negro parks. I join the many who are extremely of drive, loyalty,
Bess attends the wheel chair. He was honored af the recent Mr. Moses was the first Black pleased that you are to his people and their fall
j Orchid Ball. ball bondsman in the city. Mrs. 1 I being recognized so appropriately acceptance of bllndess! ,loyalty
Moses carries on now since' on this occasion?' to betterment of opportunity'
the pioneer has been confined Harold Russell, chairman of for those who are blind and

Rep.. Beiieft Dedicates New to a wheel chair. the awards committee, said: loyalty to and Identification
This outstanding! citizen: has- "You have surmoun'ed' your this school"

Binding At Edward Waters' been active in every facet of disability to. live a life of a And finally, producer Bar,y'Gordy

community affairs,particularly Y contributor to your community, Jr., has said, in part:,
United States Representative'Charles E. Bennett spoke at the church, politics and Elkdom.' t r the State of Michigan, and the ."he is among the first to volunteer -,
decicatorr services Sunday for the Edward Waters College He is a charter member and United States. You have demonstrated his services to the

Science-Mathematics building, and pointed to the new edifice one of the founders of the what we mean when we furtherance of human justice

as! source of "truth, for the glory of God and the betterment Florida Voters League, lac... t ; say "It's ability' not disability, brotherhood.. ."
01 mankutd.Continuing ." and was vice chairman of the> I d that counts."
stricken. He was the organizerand aas Stevie a of Motown
the lawmaker said, educated he has more protege CIVIL
"There has never been a dis- not only for himself opportunity but longtime president of the ,, Barry Gordy, Jr., president,
,
St Pete unit. if a example of the
parity between the facts of also for service to his fellowman supreme
Moses held offices in value of faith fortitude and
science and the truth and many !LIGHTSROUNDUP
that is the most
; way
spiritual development.' One men will be measured in the Elkdom. He was assistant determination. Gordy, Jr. was I
serves the other In perfect ahead.' director of civil liberties and so impressed that he Immediately
harmony. A learned .years Florida state director of civil ) paved the way for success'
person, Bennett who assisted Edward '
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skilled in basld sciences, languages Waters College's. President W. liberties. He was at one time for the singer who, at that time,,. _

and history, can fully B. Stewart and college officials Exalted Ruler Sunshine Lodgein ...,, BY NPI
abilities! all of his talents, and In getting a grant of $120,376 St. Petersburg ATLANTA! For the third consecutive year a new commercial recorded by Ray Charles Hack' POWer !I. .SWTFILED
Members of his family presentat
; but if he Is not a and a loan of 1161,000 from the for Coca-Cola has been honored at the American Television and Radio Commercials Festival. NEW OaLEANS (NPnCerlbbeu -
good and honest man, he will federal government, said the the presentation Jack Moses included dean a The youth-oriented spot entitled "I ye Been Around" received praise from top advertising Hits I Suit has been filed in local
D.
brother
tot contribute. greatly to man three-story, 23,000 square-foot, at State College, in executives judging the recent event. Arranged and performed by Ray Charles, the commercial 'I courts to Integrate the clry.
kind' building will increase Cheyney won First Place in the Best Vocal Arrangement category ".1 ye Been Around" was also rimer- A II prisons, all of which have al.

The lawmaker spoke of the classroom space by 50 per of Pennsylvania and, aregional 1968 Sigma officer Man up In the category of Best Single Entry, competing with other radio commercials produced Al White MOVeS my* been integrated. Also the,
value:of education, saying, "It cent, Sigma, during 1968. A trio of radio spots aimed at the youth market one by Aretha Franklin,"Big target of a suit .u the racially
also follows that.. If. !... of the Year; daughter, Mrs. The Black Power" cry,wblch'
man Emma JeanStephenson,reading Cities one by Sandy Posey "Talking It Over', and Ray s big one, received the collected 'f has resounded In force from segregated home for delinquent
honors of runner-up in the category of Best Campaign competing with all 1968 radio com, boys' It 11 said that Louis"Sat-
specialist in the Montclalr,New' coast to coast and border to
mercials. Displaying the trophy won by Ray s recording are William Van Loan product man chmo Armstrong learned to
High School daughter, border 111 the United States-
Jersey ; for convenience Coca-Cola USA and Kelvin Wall, Market the at the home ,
.DR. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES. : 1'imw PROGRAMS Mrs. Jen Ethyl Burnette, director ager packaging manager Develop and ts beingdupllcatedthro'ghplay trumpet ;
ment Department Coca-Cola USA. McCann-Erikson Is.the advertising agency for The Coca-
of Neighborhood Service out both the Black Independent
AT THE'COLLEGE FOR' FAU'SEMEST.Et., Ceifter, St. Pete; sister, Mrs. Cola Company--_ __ nations and the still white- TWO ATTACK "n'
h Ron Pryor; son, it. Moses, r settler-ruled areas of the NEW YORKNPIPolice'In

Jr., Tampa teacher, and Mrs. Delaware BlackMan Natfoial EidowneBt hit Arlcaa continent; to say cities the nation's have been First blasted and Second frr,,;

SECRETARIAL COURSE Catherine Moses, wife. nothing of such places as
I either doing too much or too
I .
England and France--has
1U. -.. t. Heads Plus AM For HiMiiitlesWASHINGTON. reached Its corrective fingers little. In New York, retired
baseball Jackie Robinson
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION'' I NrI .en. 4at SOJL'' Trea\meiit I : Police Force 'D,4,;+.:Federal gr.ijtHQ al SlJOJJOO.* for lit t Into another,pai$ jet Jh%world I charged ,star that i police qfflciahuI
'predominately Negro colleges were announced today' by the where the white mu through ,
t ", WILMINGTON, Del-(NPI- } 1iou'hJpIiiuUnp have I "done nothing' in Uwrcae
for NATURAL 'National Endowment for the Humanities. The his d had
HAIR grants are the of '150 off-duty policemen
Former Lieutenant Andrew J. his
J (F erected for
a paradise
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL. Turner has become the first first under the Endowment' newly-established Negro College own and firemen accused of beating
alms at the of
Faculty Development Program. They are to be used for greedy expanse
COURSE( of the local 'up 10 Black Panthers and two
Black captain strengthening the colleges teaching staffs In the humanities.The the indigenous Black peoples. white sympathizers in the hall
of Police. Captain
Bureau
That place Is the Caribbeanarea
funds will makelt possible predominantly black colleges. of the BrooklynCrlmlnalCourts.
':clt 1i 'Turner will continue In his ,bounded by the. Gulf of
MANAGEMENT yff forpresentfacultymembers Most of the colleges are small building last September. And in
of
I present post as commander Mexico, Atlantic Ocean, Carib-
to Increase their own operate on severely limited Chicago, State Senator Charles
TOR SMALL BLBINESSESENROLL the department human-re- bean Sea, and almost commonly
knowledge of such .fields as budgets and are able to offerat Chew, Jr, (D-Chicagoaccused
He Is also
lations office referred to, In toto, as the
TODAY'Send history philosophy: litera- more affluent Institutions. policemen from the Task Force i
.expected to supervise the West Indies.. ,
ture, languages and the arts" Moreover the Negro schools Unit of searching Black citizens
Youth Aid Division and aid in These spots of real estate,
by attending special seminars ,have been losing well-trained 'and their cars "for apparent
for free the department's planning variously desired by the white
your catalogue
and Institutes for teachers.Also .' members to 'in order their
Name sectlod'. In addition he'will. faculty previouslywhite overlords for their fun-ln-the- 1 cause to make
.. at11RRAYlIURRAY'B the will. enable' ,
grants colleges anxious to increase quota of arrests.
u
AddressJjTelephone -_ act as coordinator among three professors to' consult with staff integration. Yet sun pleasure spots, minerals,. _
I department. timber agriculture and
,
colleagues at other schools more than half of all Negro every "ONLY PARTY'
: Registrar 355-9722 thing else that 'could be taken |
Employee Diahoueity individually and through con college students In the United CHICAGO-NPI-"W.an I I,
or used, are the current objects
Applicitioi Dn.liM NmarlM h ,'1M. .uI..YmR kl: Nro..t"t; =-.:"\' ,:.l..1willi + NEW YORK-Although ferences. In addition the States attend predominatelyNegro of the Black Power thrust.- the only revolutionary party In f
Aiist 19, 1968 .11"10""II of MIJlU&AY'.I'uMA... hell feel>I-: ''American busmen suffers astro- awards will help support Im- colleges and, whatever Chicago and in the United

[/ Call Mon, Tue. Wed. and W. 7.30: To 10:00 P MlOlDEN'S I..nnM.fAN..'I wk";;r.II't\.m.: areefr: .el..ww.nnrNever 0' ales). nomical losses estimated at up- provements In curricula for their career objectives, take States,' Nathan Junior, field.

t II1A1"NIMMIIMeI, u, h=rrh.::r"pglglbnu: A 1.voelt hhl.+ 'IJ wards of $1.5 billion a year because ,'students. Several of the grants large numbers of courses: in High School secretary of the Illinois Black
: COLLEGE OF MUSIC anon Uwn 4(1( yeui.only ... of employee dishonesty. will help faculty members Increase the fields comprising the Panther Party, has declared,'

;{ Ife.fl..Me...atoll lot t dr"mnnth'.uVplr., .ixlemn.l ll.TrUI.oun- only about 15 to 20 per cent of their teaching competence humanities. Students HonoredFor Addressing a peacemarchrally

}1 Alb W. 20th STItEET. MURKAY1 IUNRIO ,MId T4fr01 business firms protect themselves In Afro-American The Endowment hoped thata Junior said his group has:
4M CtarteM Ay., against such losses by purchasing studies Inpartlcular. series of'small grants for AckieifieitFourteen the "authority to be the van-'j

fidelity bonds, according to The Endowment Is making specific teacher Improve-' guard' in the revolutionary
I .. the Iniurance Information the awards In recognition of ment projects devised by each top Duval County, movement. "What kind of revolution -'

.Institute t the special problems faced by school in accordance with Its high school scholars and their' do you thing you're

j Benchmark Bourbon has heart. own needs would provide the teachers were honored recently working for when you donf
great quickest means of alleviating at the fifth annual Student- even talk to the vanguard?".

I Because it's made by men with great hands. SEAFOOD CENTER institutes the problem.and seminars Many of for the Teacher(Star Achievement) District Banquet Recognition 'he asked.. .

134N MYRTl AVE. rH. EL 4-141 teachers, for example, will at JOT Hosting groups were the PROBE ASKED'

,, take place during the. summeror Alton Box Board Company the WASHING TON-(NPI)-The"
I R. SHRIMP! BOAT WHITING \ on the teachers own cam Klwanls Club and_the University. Federal Bureau Investigation :

SHEEPNOSE 49tARCE.., puses in the'regular school bas' been asked to lo<.k Into
Creat hands and brains and that ancient Lb. year. Proposals from the Among the students, with charges that a dismissed prln-r

I American tradition of caring a Iqt for your v SILVER DRUM colleges were evaluated by teachers, were: Larry Cornelius tips and superintendent at a

craft. Skill plus desire, after all, Is what's 'educators familiar with the; Morse, Gilbert, BookerC. school for Indians at Cbllocco,:

I always made one piece of work better than, a LARGE MULLET ..................................... 39fa.1 needs of the Negro institutions Peek, Ribault; James ,Okla, abuses students Harrison -
as wellas'rwith; the humanities Benjamin Kitchen Jr. New Loesch assistant interior
,
I another. So, if ,
things aren'tmade
like you used suspect be SPEC. TROUT .....................,.................. 69- Ib. Tony-one of the morethan Stanton Senior\ Mrs. Alpha secretary, asked the probe, in'
to
they
I Benchmark. It'll renew anymore faith.., taste STEAK FILLETS ......".............................. 98 lb. 100 predominately in the United Negro States H. Moore. the wake of charges that some
colleges
your Star students ate 'inlted'to I
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Benchmark-Seagram's Premium; Bourbon. SEA BASS ............................................. 59' lb.' 'CONTINUED ON PAGE'10 tours of Florida. .' otbenrlaf"brutalized.

L Measure your Bourbon against it. YELLOW MULLET ROE ........................... 98' Ib.

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Spotlight On Sports During The Strike Top Athlete Tells Sport Mal:: :..


BY JOSEPH TURNER-l( How He Felt After Tryouts 'jmI<

B BASEBALL SPORT OR A BUSINESS?

Aabaseball is celebrating Its 100th anniversary year, It NEW YORK-San Jose State sprint champion Lee Evans, wlnne-.'!:
shoved signs at its obsolescency ol being of two gold medals in theMexlegOlymplcs.feels be didn't tak.i''*::
Right DOW, It is difficult to determine enetly what[aSZ militant enough stand during the Games, he reveals in an article I :.
sport or business. JD the curs ent issue of SPORT Magazine. .::,: :

There Is almost always some kind of dispute In baseball '"If I bad to do It over again I my gun to shoot him." : :';

Involvinglawyers[ unions, pensions, court suits over contracts would do something more on the "But 1 changed my mind:.and:;.
or franchtaes. or' salary negotiationi. And players hart gotten .victory stand' says Evans beaded for his house anyway.!!,.
to the point when they must have money manager and advisors What I did wasn't enough.. I After a long argument Carhsi:;.
sounds a great deal like the way yon run a business should have done more.' and Evans tempers cooled,tot*.
Generations &10. baseball was regarded u the sport of the .What Lee did do on the stand their wives Joined In the shootIng -<.
common. man. To go to a baseball game was a good excuse to ws wear a black beret and match and finally had tow V::
get out of the hot crowded tenement buildings It provided an black socks, and wave his un dragged apart. Now, however,"*, :
opportunity also to engage In the nation's second greatest sport- gloved fist In a Black power the Ice has melted a bit between t
beer drinking. Even kids thought baseball was so great they sign This demoaslratlOll..1IImarked the two and they will be eo-tc ,
would play hooky from school to go see Babe Ruth or Log Gehrlg. contrast to the Black captains of the San Jose Stilt%.:
Baseball players tbosegood old days were Just that. Today, power demonstration engaged In track team In the tall v :;X
they're part-time baseball players and part-time businessmen, ii by Tommie ml th and John What was the purpose of:all y
entertainers, artists, or what hart you. Club owners hart Carlos earlier, which resultedIn the demonstrations? "We're
ceased to be sportsmen and have become businessmen, who aliFtt' "aC r1.t a' their suspension from the ,getting people to realize that
regard baseball as less a sport or source of entertainment but team and dismissal from Olym.plc the Olympic Committee'
more as a business to make money. Village. is racist and undemocratic\
When the sport began to loose some of Its excltementowners' Smith wearing a black scarf concludes Evans In the SPORT:
weren't too concerned, but when losses In attendance meant and black! socks, and Carlos, article. '. .,'>
losses In net profits, they hurriedly Initiated a series of. wearing a black shirt and black
"molutlon programs' to make the game lively again. i\ socks, lowered their heads witchT
Some of these changes have been to shorten outfield fences, ; during the playingdtheStar ;:
allOY for more home runs; lower the pitching mound, and make 1 Spangled Banner and thrust '
the strike cone narrower, to get fewer strike-outs; and finally : bJact-clovedflsta Into the air. This Clown .:
to add more teams to the leagues, necessitating the creation of In explaining his own compromise 17
divisions" In each league. Tats makes the games* that much demonstration in the 44t/ :;

more difficult to keep up with. SPORT article, Evans says:
If baseball Is to be a sport, the management's "efficiency1 "I took the beret off during the 11 21 M At
approach will do more to hurt It than help it. Baseball became anthem 'cause I wanted to run *
popular because the great masses of people who followed It .In the relay. I didn't want to ,
over the years, went to set the games because they were Interested get suspended yet.' If I didn't u .
in baseball personalities and their daring deeds.. FROM AIR TRANSPORTATION TO GROOND-What do grounded : f i were distributing product literature in the Dodge truck exhibit have another race coming up i" s : .
The Babe Potts, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, Joe DlMaggios,1: airline stewardesses ido during a strike? Pretty Michele 1>i at .the cllicaif. Auto. Show (NPI photo) I was so made then I would i :

Jackie Robinsons, Willie Mays, etc., were heroes In many' ,Freeman,(lefts; 22, and Gretchen. Olt, 22, of American Airlines,;I have left It on." 1 &
ways, Baseball under the "business" concept has become so Carlos reacted strongly toward
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efficient It has taken a great deal of the color and personality I I Evans' allegedly partial defection 31.11.3$ V; :
out of whatever It is today. Only a few old-timers like Willie {I. accord Evans."When
Let Gofittot DRUG STORE SIGN over a .dis- ,
Mays and Ernie Banks still draw. a big cheer, but boy many I Operates ,,14 Ways play,of pamphlets on diets, exercise he got home he began talking .113 lU.IMZZSometimes !I;;

more years do they have left? Ii i/ II!" l calorie counting, figure against meN says Lee )te's uP. Sometimes"""'
There 1s very little new talent coming Into baseball today,> control: "Please Pay at the "Finally, I called him up and He's down.. He Adds SubtractS *.'
because baseball is too demanding, too restrictive, the season's-. sY sou sazwsvuy.o.n, '' Counter." Catholic told him to cut It out. We argued ; *
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'Candy Digest. He works It all
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too long and otter sports are offering bigger salaries. ,* and when be hung up I around. ,, r
-April.
Football doing today what baseball used to do. Thousands. SPRING FISHING : ,:.was so, mad I went looking for ,air
women who may know nothing about the sport go to the games, 11.11.11
now because Joe Namath is "so handsome. And young people All right, so it Isn't quite MADAM BBSSI nrr
who look for with which their Ipring yet. At least not northof
Images they can Justify rejection Coming Attraction' ylu, "
the Mason-Dixon Line and
of conventional values, dock to the games to see Namath, because -' even south of it the soaking, I She will read your entire life-past,present and I ya

he Is "so cool. warmth of the summer sol' ,future She asks no questions but will tell you in' .; .:
The selection of Bowle Kuhn u a temporary Commissioner. slice has yet to be felt in its ,sat you want to know, giving dates and facts of n 33 :
of Baseball shows the dilemma of sports versus business; the fullest. I vastness, love, health and family affairs Will I

owners cannot get together on what they want the game to be. Disregarding this, however, ] lelp you find lost art. Tells you whom you will] MAN'S DAYS:; ,_
Kuhn has some bright ideas, but looks like he has no authority.. any fisherman worth his salt 1 marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what ;
What is needed is a commissioner with the characteristics of has already cleaned and repaired ,to do lobe successful.Win reunite the separated, NUMBERED
a BIll Veeck and a Casey Stengel,and the daring of a Lou Brock- all his tackle and is locate absent friends and relatives, and cause ,. \
and maybe the power of a Charles De Gaulle. Then maybe, busily laying plans tot the. happiness, between man and wife. Helps make.. |
'baseball can become a sport again. earliest possible assault on the t U i up lovers' quarrels. Tells sickness and bad '"Mans Days are Numbered::;!
of his lo- .
particular fish be-
STREET NAMING lame luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil Health and Fortune can :
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cale. "
Americans have a strange way of naming streets, highways,' | ?. -. influence. Does not tell to please you but will tell the truth One Yours wlien you know Jour:
airports, etc., after Us slain or otherwise deceased heroes., r It is authorities not too early at',Mercury'the fishIng ," I IRVI2SATf.E Versatile.; RADIOTELEPHONE Radiotelephone Introduced: by Raytheon at National; I :visit will repay you tor disappointments all others. She will Lucky Days. .;..u ". 3

Take the Kennedy International Airport and Cape Kennedy'' Outboards remind,' to begin Boat Show In New York (January 25 ,- February 2, 1969)) read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your Lucky Colors, ect. j
missile base both named after the late President John F. going over methods of attack operates four ways. New Model 2x2 offers two-way conversations TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when Send $2 00 for your
Kennedy the Eisenhower Expressway, Chicago; the John Foster thai will give e measure of ship-to-shore and ship-to-ship and also serves as a everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, Horoscnne Guide for 'A s j
Dulles international Ariport, Washington, D.C., and, In many success on the fishing loud hailer and listener for distant sounds. Franclne Butler, i sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made i
other cities, similar things named after those figures In grounds. One of the most Important of Boston- voices her approval of the powerful 101-watt clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel ,MAY K' |
national life who have passed on. of these Is a reminderthat theon that features six crystal-controlled radio RaY-I come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no bouse calls. Don't .
It Is said! that such namlngs and re-namlngs are designed to fish are like people. in addition rig to loud hailer It Is offered at $399.All's mistake the address,MADAM BESSIE is located north of Fill in the blank below and;
cleanse the souls of the guilty-make the people doing the naming Sound silly flot so. What Callahan on U.S. II, 1/3 mile from City of Callahan, Florida. mall to ZODIAC, Post Office;
belatedly'feel better for having shown little or no regard for the do you feel like doing on the Phone: 8792250. Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fa;
deceased honoree during his lifetime. first warm day of spring? You Bat Master Beefy Royal WATCH FOR IlER SIGN IN FRONTOFHO E-Across tile street )I
This thought came to mind with announcement of an 11-week feel like sleeping late and letting from SPORTSMAN' MOTEL .NAME-

series of Amateur Athletic Union (AAV) track and field meets. the world take care of Teem Ana Averages ..Open dally from 8 a m. to 10 p,m. STREET .
itself then Paces
The first meet is to be called the Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast, and arising a slothful to a late day Tops THIS.CLIPPING EIlTI'fLESYOUTOA$5.OOREADINGfor; : ; $2.00 ;PAlE OF mTH .
international Freedom Games, and Is to be held Sunday, May "
Pa.) stadium. spent doing u little as possible GREENSBORO, N.C. If Royal Mack, North Carolina AtT'ssteUar'flrst I .1
18, at the Villanova ( University if you're as normally lazyas ::1
baseman decides to step back from the plate I Ia
It Is altogether fitting and proper-and probably a good thing most fishermen.A ever
'that the late Dr. King should be so honored, although It Is not largemouth bass, or a couple of.Inches. the Aggie's opponents. .WII!' In real trouble. I
generally known whether he was an avid sports fan. Specifically: nice big crappie, feels almost With the stance be Is using Unties unbeaten with three DE&ItEDflll
we do not know what his feelings were regarding track and field exactly the same way. He ,lOW, Mack a senior from West straight victories. John Quick
competition. may not'laze in bed, but he'll Point, Vs., is leading ALT at also has a win In his only start.
So it becomes a blgdeal Yet to name this first meet, the Martin stay in a deep hole and wait bat with an impressive .407 The most surprising '
Luther King Jr. International Freedom Games, Is particularly for the warming sun to heat .average newcomer on the team !has been
interesting when twoBlacktrackandfieldathleteswert chastised the water to his favorite tem' Aggie Coach Mel Groomes freshman third baseman e,
and sent home from the 1968 Summer Olympics, for protestingthe perature. figures that Mack would improve Bernard Chambers of Kernersvllle. : ;
la America." So you follow the sun, too. that if he
"lack of total freedom on average N.C. "
Another thing about this AAU honor 1s that it Is a typical and Fish on the lake sunny fish side those of rivers would make a tiny adjustment _rIk

reaction of Am lclIII. It's a way of saying, first, we honor where the sun hu been warming spots- at the plate. i iI
our slain heroes; we are granting (albeit token) recognition to the longest. "Mack Is strong," said Jacksonville I
;to say to the rest of the world, "We have no racial problems. areas which: will warm up power. He also has speed and
An of the people are happy--see, we just named track and much quicker. than the deep and he Is not bad around the Barber College
.
field meet after the late Dr. King" spoU. bag. Be could be a real good- "
To Black Americans, the Martin Luther King track and field: Just remember to do in professional prospect" '
meet also suggest that white people still want to "select"the your fishing U you would do Mack has been knocking the : '
Black leaders that should be remembered and honored, in your daily living and you socks off the ball all season, .firoll Now I "
rather than to let the Blacks decide for themselves whom they can t mi... Linger over your and is one reason why the 4 :
want to remember. coffee, then go out and fish Aggies are sporting a 4-0-1 .APPLfcAl'ION NOW BEING
AU Is not well In American race relations, and an Black 'slowly; giving those fish with record against league com ACCEPTED

people are not happy with their limitations the sports world. catch"spring fever"hire. a chance. to. 'petition. TUITION RATES AS LOW ,
your AS
There is a great deal wrong In this country--things that theAAU AlT has whipped Hampton
and the VS. government could do much to correct-by a AIT FoothillProgram Institute twice .(7-1 and 8-3)), $2UII t'L(. MONTH
little house cleaning at home. Shaw University twice (3-2 and
There bas been a great deal of clamor from young Black 5-4) and also tied the Pirates, uhf A .
gall :
people for national recognition of the late Malcolm X. The, Get '7-1. In an exhibition game, the Carter Bring your weekend hostSeagram's
progress Dr. King gave to Black people cannot be denied, nor Agates\ downed strong Maryland V.O.-the Smooth Canadian.
.can it be enhanced by the AAUnamlnga track meet In his honor.' Hih Ruth I.I. State 8-4. TUITION ) INCREASES .JULY 1..
But Malcolm X: also gave something to young Black people The Aggies art dtftndlng. 630 DAVIS STREET
that cannot be taken away either and yet, It seems whites woiM GREENSBORO N.C. Sou- ,Champions the conference and 354-9874
prefer that Blacks forget the tact that Malcolm ever existed. vents 'football, making dtttrmlntdbldto I I I Y to tS I l e .,NY.e .
programs'produced
t If the United Slates really wants to show some respect for .' at AliT State Unlver- capturt their first title in the 1
Black heroes, living and dead, then let It start with a Malcolm 'slty during the 1968 season league's Southern Division,.
X, 'a' LeRol Jones or a Richard Wrtght-to name. a few.Blfck .'have been named second place .under me new CIAA setup.
Groomes said that AliT has
winner In a national contest.
also gotten a blC lift tbls 11U0II
The contest, sponsored by the
'
Head Sports Information Directors from freshman catcher Charles ; "

,. Physical Fitiess Association of the National ,Mlddleton of Hopkins, S.C. I :
Mlddleton, who obubles as a :

;'Speab .At MMwestera Ceififc winners Association Athletics on the(of NAIA basis Intercollegiate),determines editorial quarterback football team on, trails the Aggies'Mack fine in r I ee' y '

GREENSBORO, N.C. Dr. palgn. The symposium will excellence and superior production batting with i .400 average.
."Mlddleton has really helped
Boy D. Moore, chairman of the honor Dr. Thomas K. Careton, quality.
"He
Department of Health, Physical ;Jr., who Is generally known as. The ALT publications were .us a lot, said Groomes.
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work defensively
Education, and Recreation at the pioneer among pbslcallU-l.r excelled only by EasternMlchi- needs some will 1 ? .
he get /
State United of Ypslla ntLMichigan. but as we play,
North Carolina AliT ness experts In the pit University .r "
University, will speak at two States. Dr. Careton will retire !I better AAT
for
next at II..! It the second honor given The other top batsmen
.tern ualrersltl | from his teaching post was Clunc.Wllllam.on .
oattielder
week. University of Illinois z the AliT programs In as many are andshorlstopGeorge tI

'Dr. Moore, who has been At the University ,of Illinois, {I; years. The publications were Lima both hitting .357 I
conducting research on adult Dr. Moore will report on some 'I cited following the 1987 season ,
Steve
,.,IIc fltnessprograms, of his research In physical fitness In second place tie by the Col-i and second baseman .
spoke at Indiana University, conducted at ALT States legs Sports Information Parsons.333. 1 A t t'
Bloomington, on April 14. His University Jut yeae. Eli sub-1";I t, Directors AssoclatioaCnIDA) hurler In the Wilson pitching: StaUsworth department con-, tr r
presentation was "Some Ject will be "Effects,of Velocity an Independent, professionalorganization. ,
Sociological Reflexions of Changes on Some Bemodynanale. i Crw.li CoM Snaring
Health; Education, and Reerettlon -. ,Parameters.!. Richard I. Moore, a former! NEW \'URK-TIIC' annual;
u the. United States." Anallvec On April 29-2t, Dr. Moore ', Moore Is a gradate of Horn Virginia, sow ATs director .111 Mt'mi liu rflmiit ilonliletl in T ON.IGH.T..8. SAT. MATINEES-l:3i

will take part la a symposium I Carolina College and holds the of psblle information sine 'the lass D.,alk!,'>j.tnrdint( I" !ihr, _
on physical fusses at the ..... and PhD. 'dgrees from IM'J, edits and produces: the 'liiMiMmiJnfoiinilioii tymlI .
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lilac tidies Will .

J. .Sponsor Oyster Roast DiniiHCooknii. Glee Cub To Griabling. Colic;' 1 Hunfble Promotes GJEO Promotes Music Contest

The Lilac Ladles Social and I
:Savings Club will sponsor their Give Musical! Given Grin!
annual oyster roast In the home' Ins of the .1 For Gifted Children
Of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. lam"I Parent* ciuo will"present CONTINUED FROM PAGE flitfonaleexpertences Poverty
1609 West list Street on April; Jamil Cool>uaa School
I J8. All are welcome Mrs.J the Glee Club In concert -' : : designed: tomotivate .
J,. Bradford 1*prtlldent.I I[ Thursday, April 24, at and Inspire these I I Social Workers Will Help ,li Checking Elifikles
gals: p.m., In the Little neater youths to overcome obstacle ,I -
ISO HI KIT of the Civic Auditorium. This that hare Impeded their pro- : Ten musically: gifted students formation on the program, elL ditions will be held In the new
It a benefit affair: Tie adult .tress. !I t tRIF from JacUODvW..1owIncome procedures; and application: Eastside liSP BUD facility.
S2U( Myrtle. Avenue Call dooaUon 1> $1.00. the itudent' In general, students who take n families art offered the rare forms. These should be' Mrs. Day will Insure the final'
'lS5- S65. donation fifty cents. part In Upward Bound become opportunity of bolos<< selected to returned to the teachers for arrangements to assist and
selected students
concerned, Interested and dedicated I participate, expenses: paid in comments and recommenda- prepare the
at the Festival
scholard Once a student the the reaownedEasternMuslc for their stay ,
Is accepted !In Upward Bound, Festival located on Cullford I tlo When s. applications) are final- Including all financial arrangements

VETERANS 1 1Mov be remains until high school College's campus In Greensboro tied they should be forwardedto selected to assist students and for preparethe their
and
a summer In college is
N.C. this
summer. Mrs. Harriet Day, GJEO
at the Festival including
In for Milt t leas: completed. This; unique opportunity Is 427 Ocean Street Jacksonville,' all stay financial arrangements for

DOWN KNOWLEDGE B POWER supported by the local GJEO, U soon as possible?., travel to airport and airfllgistetnplanement
R. Allen executive director.
Teachers' recommendation to the Festival
For eight summers the will serve U guideposts to In Greensboro.
A BAY NHSEIY Festival has offered hope and selections. Winners will be .An award totals approximately
future success to many notified. The first audition Is $765.00.Audition.
Near Your Home At students. The members of the Saturday, May 10, 7 p.m. In Judges are: Mrs
2219 W 45th St. R faculty of this school number JlTs Music Conservatory. Virginia After Keys WFGA,
more than 75. Students to be Selections will to made at this
By WeekA Gersln Yessln
Day or Channel; Dr. ,
recruited will total ISO.Professions. .
initial event.They wWcompet.In
assistant dean,College Music:
3 R 4 bedroOlll plom with 1. l' Home Away From Home' performers a second coolest on May 17, :and Fine Arts Jacksonville
2 both and come from the Easter Philharmonic possibly at:JO. Ten students
,+ For Your Children University; Otto Beckham
Orchestra. will be chosen finalists
Modem ichoohgarogt, churches and a com DUNBAR NURSERY as supervisor of music, Board of
Student winners will be between representing Jacksonville.
Phone 7651717HSINESS Public Instruction Jacksonville
ll LthCEOUIE'nEST ITES 11 and 18 years of ago A Festival Judge will present ClIa1r IID1,1n Green
,
DirUf their six eeeks ef' I I at the final audition. ;
Edward Waters College of
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765.1685 irrOKTINITIESUANA.GERPARTNER residency they will pertktpatem Contests are open to the public.P Music and Mrs Frank Maxwell,
all aspects of at Festival that the final au
:
-Must performances. They will .I hqped president, Friday Musicals.Eirfowntit : .

be aggressive with sales ability. become acquainted with theory, Find
To operate and manage a new ., chamber music, will take Nt1oa1I
Cadillacs & CadillacsWETAKEDEALSOTHERS and exciting profit center Must private lessons aimed at correcting I
be of good character and moral problems and performin Plus Aid For Hiwiiitles
integrity Phone John Leader i orchestral activities.The .
REFUSENo ; : I FROM PAtiE_8
.
collect at 703-627-0493,9am, .7 Festival makeup Is in .
Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot! to 6 p.m M IL.rrr. or write ," '" ./ ..Mf.;?... : i tegrated.In best proposals'were be funded all that'could Barnsby&Keeney.The ,
with the Endowment recelvtng''grants
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65 CADILLAC (ONLY) .. .. .. .. .. .$1993 417 W. list Street, Norfolk.. 1961 the Dade County FEOP '$ allotmentfor Institutions -
present
:ZTf.O JOwt"* CONDITIONED. tltft WINDOWS.. e Va. 23517.TRIIEIIS.A. I ;:!j, and the Eastern Music: Festival were Alabama Agricultural
WAY { HURRY. HURRY AT Till PuICE.u6 the The 16 and Mechanical Col-
CADILLAC SE!.). DLV1LLE . .. .$2695 I w.,. ,. sponsored such t project for Program.
COMFORT CONTROL AIR' CONDITIONFO W rvlEWb ELfCTRIC '" Miami. Responses were most grants range 'from $1 600 to !Jege Normal
1D WINDOWS DAYS You CAN STEAL THit oNk. W IT OVER .; ; :v ;,r't y .wa enthusiastic. Jacksonville has $10.000 each.

67 CADILLAC SID LKVILLK; .. .R. SJ995I\ Boys and girls, over 18. Neat been chosen U one of three The Nadonal Endowment Is :
'ITH M" WT AND ON.,OF THE, ambitious free to travel Angosfine Chores
and independent
VINY'TROOF\ EVv EORE HAS' I other'cities.Sixteen an government SJ.
68 CADILLAC: Sl.UAN DEVlJ.U169' N.Y., Boston, Chicago: Los priorities on Instruments agency authorized by Con-
LOADED OF IT BECAUSE WITH EQUIPMENT OF THE i'rll.o' Vl:'HAVE DON'T JUST Ri AFRAID HAD IT Angeles and 20 other major HUMBLE NAMES QUEEN TO NATIONAL COMMIT. i have been listed. gress to promote scholarship Sings Aj, Hf. Sinai

I 58 LDOHADO TOO LONG AND WE.MUST. . .$5 COMFORT 'CONTROI Alt ( NDDIMMER ONLY. ,ITEERIMOWHFEL $400 mo. salary and been promoted by Humble Oil & Refining Company to na- should notify their music standing of the humanities In The Florida Norman College
VINYL CRUISC> BEAUTIFUL CONTROL COLD' FACTORY WARRANTY 1)000, MILES bonuses Opportunity to get t tonal coordinator of community relations His office has been teachers. Those Interested will the United States. The Chalr- Alumni Association presents the
68. IIKYSLi- NLWPOH; ('US'!'. . . .'$W5 ahead Will train Apply in It ransferred to corporate headquarters in the Humble building .receive packets containing in' men of: the:,Endowment isecksornrille St. Augustine Community Chorus
WARRANTY ONLY MOO MILES IT S JUST
LIRE AIR CONn NEWIiIII'ON'1'lAC FACTORY person to Mr baksay at 14aJaI(I[pictured here) in Houston from New York City.A attti:.'/ Mt Sinai Baptist
.. . .. ..
GIIANDI'IIIX: $3295 bor Motel,8375 Y.BURL 1 North. former, U. he is 32 Lea Monday -
Captain, a degree Mason, ChiuchflSSl Street
J SHARP CONDITIONED, IVllbl'AT.I) AWl' WINDOWS AND SEATS SHARP 3.5 p.m. Friday or 10 a.m1pm. .. a in officer i. of the nation Elks organization: and: ex-president: Uiivirsity" Sports May S, at 8 p.m. Rev. B.
(67IlUI'K ...$2593. Saturday md board chairman of the New York City Chapter, of the J. Lane is pastor. .
//itJ (AIR'BEVY CONDITIONED: IMPALA WORTH PT.MORE CPE. ... .. .. 4..$1WA > National Association of Market Developers The following calendar of events is a listing of major activities All alumni of the North Florida
scheduled at Jacksonville
University during the month of
May.
R CONDITIONED.' VI AUTOMATIC. TRANSMISSION POWER r District are requested to to
61 FORD$ I V8 . .. ... .. ...... .1...$ 795, AflICIl.PRIIT DEIDIINE Only home athletic' events are Included In this schedule. present Rev.J.D. Sapp is program .
PIH, AUTOMATIC NO'is A 8000 ONE: .TOOTHACHE HEIS May S, Baseball- JU vs. University of South Florida JU Brest chairman.
We Take Deals Where Others Refuse Cottons 44.46"wideM030C- >> Field, 1:30: pm:; May S, Tennls-JU vs. University of South' I
Credit Approved on Spot CO taps clothing leather SuffixridesrAllnewsshouldbeitheFlorid4 Florida JU Brest Courts Z p.m.; May 7, Bsselall BTU vs.:
goods Rings earrings bracelets DIM pain' 'JEl In. Mcondi Many: :: dinlliti M mllNoni I recommend do with .Star Office by Tuesday I p.m. Florida State University Wolfson Park Jacksonville, 'l:30p.m.; : FOI SALE i

bead necklace*-India I Mini ORA.JEL until you fit .. If you should mall your news, May 8, BasebalWu vs. Florida State University, JU Brest On HWY AlX Fern cf1na Beach, ,
:, R. S.EVANS3rd Mideast, Africa. Miniatures, .froftulonil trmminL ...... ..., It should be mailed Monday so Field, 3:SO p m; May 14, Art Exhibit-Michigan Biennial Print Florida Building and 5 acres of
small rugs, Incense, boxes. Off- @)' < +5g.Ja' that It will reach our office: by Show, Art Gallery Phillips Building, 9 a.m. to 4 p m. Weekdays.that's land near beach resorts.
: :: Kenya skin articles, "- ..... Tuesday -. I Ideally located for business of
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