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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: June 14, 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 )
 Notes
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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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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HOUSTON: Both Cassias Clay
and the late Dr Martin lather rl e'I'I dYlwl ary
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King Jr., were under inr +a.
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according to testimony ''
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brought out In court here Six tax letch

during On bearing on Clay's

appeal United this States week. Judge Joe As Four-Year Bankers MeetingAnd 'Mrs Stiri Out

Ingrabam did not reach a COB- )

elusion Clay's concerning conversations.wiretappingof He School Soipjkt For 'Jim Crow' t

ordered attorneys to submit Makes
SpeechCHICAGO
briefs "by June 13 and AId be Dr. William Stewart, presU Six Jacksonville Beach 1 bars

reserved the right to reopen dent of Edward Waters College; are refusing to serve'Black

the ease after studying the a. announced, last week, several : Roy male, fiery national director of the Congressof sailors. '
formation submitted. Any declslon Racial Equality this week in The Jacksonville Beaches Area
major changes within the top- Chicago demanded that the
'will relate to Clay's covet and directorial areas of .nation's bankers deposit $6.000,000,000( In ,"recoupment"funds Chamber ofCommercehasbeen
states with the Armyasa' .activity u payment for exploitation of last earnings of Blacks alerted.
Commander LB. Crayton
Muslim minister over the
Edward Waters College today years .
The defense asked that tin announced a major' change! in 'Innls pointed to the money bankers Mayport Naval Station executive
officer has advised the
figWWi conviction be set aside the Composition of its board of U a part of the Black man's Many of the security guards ,
Chamber of Commerce of the
and tbat Us case be reminded A directors and twotop-levelstaft, birth rights, with compound Interest ; wore African garb and formeda refusal 'it; these bars to serve
to the Keitucky Selective appointments' ,the cordOQ around Innls while he
.for years of lost ,
Service Board so as to deter Appointed lea president In'James 'earnings bate spoke BlackYft:: ,", y
Oi- .. made an'w- tf .' has reached
rM'"III: Id 1la... c arg1'ti'raastrcrr"wetVr;;:'*amtomuaedI'.appesrabdii1t'tl! ';\l"JIIrU' tfdiw**w IlaQOfllM'her. itThs,, brpjblem l ...

conscientious' objector status i Alvin Espy, Sr., whohas .bankers' conference 'on urban .to make, these.meetings ,'s e r I Iou s proporUonslnasmucl'as "r
Black' 'mbn'are"lo, Un
Clay was Jubilant at the outcome ,served, as dean of, Edward problems;In the Palmer Rouse relevant, the needs of
,
United States Commander
of the hearing. ''Waters since, 1949 and was Hotel' Blacks."He then demanded that Navy
Dr; Martin Luther King,Jr? : principal of several Florida Surrounded by :CORE: the Black bankers form a Black Crayton lamented the fact that
the Itself has ,no status
was warned In 1964 to "watch !high schools before that. Dr (security.gums Innls entered,, caucas Most of the Black Navy J
In the enforcing of Integrative
out for th ltnlterl" "by Clay. Espy Is a member of the State the room where some ISO bankers followed him Into
Clay: further told, him to take Teacher Advisory Council and a bankers were preparing for the another conference room. processes In businesses.
care of himself. An historic and t gala occasion la the Bahamas was the recent crowning of Miss Bahamas life member of the National conference, the first of several louts later addressed, by Invitation ,Therefore, be ,felt, be should
i.i This 'was part of lour taped the charming and talented young lady keen above,'The charming young lady Is none other Education Association and of days. Sponsors for the conference and his consen',another seek advice and information
conversations presented! to the (Dan Miss Joan Barre, a nursing! sister at,the Princess Margaret Hospital. The Honorable the Florida Education Associating : were the American meeting at lunch time. TJi ire from the local, Chamber of
court, In Homtotu Toe Judge Arthur A. Foulkes, minister of tourism, presented Miss Bowe with her Cl edeDt1a1a at a Bankers Association and the he outlined his demands and Commerce.
ruled that the four tapes had huge affair at the Balmoral Beach Hotel Miss Bore's vital statistics are: 36-23-35. Bahamas President William B. Stewart, National Bankers Association, emphasised the program for Black sailors are accustomed "

been Illegally obtained Redid News Bureau Photo by Howard,Glass.Graduates announced the decisions of theIChool' an organization of Black Blacks to Integrated situations here '
and abroad. According to Information -
not permit the use,of a fifth board of directors and
'a tape. Clay's attorney said the said these changes and others, received, these six
"! ..' fifth baa some bearing on the: PreferAdvanced CliiMs Mirjoi forthcoming were seen U final Shaw President Is ,bars are adamantly refusing I
to Black sailors or Blacks
meuttarl serve
i
i J< court trial In that_It steps toward full accreditation ,
The has
JI'general problem
t religion and race. _. Round of the college Dr.Stewart said
County
On September1,1964AttoroeyChimney the school has been become increasingly: Irritating
steadily
because of the fact that bars
Eskridge and Clay : approaching the accreditation Chosen For Howard .
t' StudiesTo Action in Jacksonville for' the mat
were In Miami. It was there' Ujftir goal and now hopes to be able do not
part, discriminate. .
he spoke to the late martned'rlC1nt. ,
all
to fulfill requirements
OCALA: Assistant principal! Up to now, no action has been.
'
On March made oft I Clarence Cotton, bead of the ,"by the end. of this' taken by the owners of the six
24atape
was
From 90 EducatorsUniversity.
conversation between Clay High Salaries first Marion Black Education In ttatcapacttythlsweek Association, v As ar.a church-related Institution bars.planned Another Justice meeting C.has Monto-been
and Elijah Muhammad Black :
of the 103 yeafold
asked for a hearing on directors : WASmNGTONHo"'rdumnr.1tJ : gomery president of the
a
Muslim head. On April 1965 '
t Black his demotionfromasslstant college have always beanselected has Dr Cheek will be the fifteenth Chamber said the matter was
a recording was' nude of'a: WASHINGTON 1'IIert.are. more top dollar jobs for from the AfricanMethodist a new president. .
,talk between Clay and Herbert college graduates. than there are graduates, is the startling! principal to classroom teacherby Church Ha is Dr. James E, Cheek, president of the famous school approached about two years ago
t, >hulummud. piece of Information. recently revealed "by a nationwide checkup the Marion'County School Episcopal 3d years old, president of ShQlI.alll' jle was unanimously chosen to and he bad "hoped that something
h and on notentlalSL. Board. exclusively, but this requiremedhasbeeoremovedand- 'succeed Dr James M. Nabrlt' would be worked out.'
Clay's boxing manager On Clarence Cotton Black,, Jr., 63 years old, who has, Nothing has been worked out.
.
Into
.October ZZ, 1984, Cb.l1D1UobD Color Is rapidly fading 'special committees, nt out hereafter members will be To Trial been with the school since 1938
,He said bars have a right to
} :All were heard and record! the background. The demand Is Job offers to lilac: graduatesIn added without regard forspecific
has been the president for '
: and discriminate but that most haveagreed
,on tape. for. the capable graduate.Starting Journalism at Ohio State, church affiliation, Dr
}, Dr King. "'was under 'surveillance salaries, for Blacks range from $6,000 to 8000. tnt Stewart announced. He said the eight The years.announcement 11'15 made President to serve all. said
from 1964 until his and whites are over $8,000 in from the Montgomery
.Engineering graduates executive committee would vote Scovel Richardson, will
Judge the next
by meeting cancersthe
,death : many fields:' There' are even;' school can start at $10,000. f on proposed directors next Chairman of the trustee board effect business
1 'A Jacksonville &pDt C.>Barry Indications that Blacks can get are being ( Integration on -
Black graduates month f and the new composition '- "The eminent edjcator' will take ./Mr. said
\ Montogomery
,
)t" Pkkttt, spent four years monitoring more In some fields. 'offered more than till median. + would be reflected at the, a .
i the..ar 10.. conversations FIsMa'. Cf1tnc for Black top Average salary offers at next quarterly meeting of the over tills summer.Considerable further, that an effort will be
)
rt t tune has come to made to secure agreement from
tt'- i bdatthecoutbeulng, graduates are engineering and Korehonse are $8,000. .. school's board of directors
did not specify. whit,he 'was' .chemistry Tuskegee salaries range from the new Howard bead because 'the segregating bars owners asto '
told to find.. Some Black graduates have $750 to $900 per month. Flak AriMOitCbidrw's About of his abilities In the field d integration.

w', la one conversation', had as many as fife offers has received average offers of FKp fund raising and of grant securing .
Muhammad told the tighter he' this: yesr.-Th.' University of $650. Dr. Cheek rescued the

.would !make. .a better'minister.'1<' Colorado reports Its Inability Reports are that the Blacks Care drowning Shaw University and In Top Ranks
to .established It on a sound basis. ,
: lajpply an adequate number and whites are offered the same W
of' Hack graduates; Tukegeehas beginning pay. ,However, the 1.11''T. Fatality EARL CARROLL Emphasis was taken off graduation -

New ..Member_ had reqtests for Its graduates -" demand is greater for the Blacks! CLARENCE COTTON .' suspended County Itself and -placed on
for thosewho
: curricula designed
... from too recruiters. than for the whites in certain assistant principal, was informed James A. Chehes, JO, 133* Commissioner Earl Carroll, to large cities
go
schools have out
Some
;, :.1 sent areas., last week that be wouldbe West ,Tl11rl.uth111aDd1 a, above, will be tried by a Jury President Cheek enters tpon
>, GreMwood Miss. It has been 'revealed that not) returned to the classroom.He chance spending 20 years In on July 28 on charges of his duties at Howard at a time

: / .. ,' ," all graduates want to go to Is now assistant principal the state prison because of soliciting a bribe and of conspiring when tbe school, like .many
work. Sixty-percent of More at Fessenden. The notification charges against him In the pistol to solicit a bribe Joe others, Is suffering from
His New house's graduates this:year plan of the demotion followed"by one slavlnf of ids estranged wife ,Manners, attorney for Carroll, campus problems administrative ;
to return for advanced study; day a request nude "by the Mrs.' Erwtlnt Cbeivos, 22 has asked that the testimony of problems pnJ problems

6iMriikFor, has educator, for the MEA, for a years old, on August. 18. list. Architect Edward Graftoa be ,at philosophy: He comes at a'
Negro Miyor >$500 pay raise for teachers. The accused man was Indicted thrown out and the case dismissed time when changes are being

GREENVILLE, Miss i A desegregation Cotton was demoted "by SuperIntended and brought to trial for f1r1tt on the pounds that demanded by the lIad.DtlIDd

plan has been temporarily WtofriMiry: Mack Dunwoody. The t degree murder TIlt Jury, however the state's case Is built solelyon ofttimes rejected by the faculty.
4y approved by United school board has 'refused to found him guilty. of Grafton's testimony. Sometime ago Dr.Cheek spoke
+ .States District Judge Keady for comment or review the decision second-degree murder at t press seminar In North
assigning students on the basisof ;J In KoitickyLASGOW of the superintendent.Cotton 'The ghastly murder was one Californian Chosen Carolina. There he revealed CEgRGK NAIRN
(their learning potentials.The therefore, has secured of the worst In the history of philosophy of education. He
Judge approved the novel'' KyKentucky'sonly the services of bellg Golden, Jacksonville Chelves, accordIng said, "'Ibt militant students Principal George B. Nairn of
Idea over the objection of the" Black mayor.' Leaks, ...tlorll,.. Attorney John to testimony engaged la Miss Teenage USA have 'given to education the Eugene Butler High School received
lutl<<. Department but warned Trymas of Glasgow won the McKeever, representing the an argument wlthifrs.Chelves, opportBolty to be constructive a,trophy from Mayor,
that results must!"be shown Republican nomination for the I board, said that the teacher following her return from school CHICAGO: A ,Black teenager,' But often institutions !'''Iad responsmllltles Bans Tanaler for the school's
The California Test of Basic -office, In TInda,'primary has no right to be beard about the care of the two small. from Oakland, Calif, Is now to inform and reform first place la a neighborhood
skills woeld, be employed. Twymu. appointed tail year 'According Mr Cotton the children.' ,- Miss ''Teen Princess alibi. consciousness and., trash cleanup competition(

A St.d"tiU swing In the top 25> to mile UR+xpectod U>rm,polled 'superlntendpttl's actions are not Attorney Leander J,Shaw,Jr., United States of America. merely tried to pat it to studentmilitancy. Mayor Tansler presented
.IrKY. GK irK.R.A p.rrr-nwifl4(, 11II ssslgnnd toprevloMly JOS >votes to i 1188. for 'OprarWbwler'Js <<:; In compliance with state laws, prosecutor, showed thai the nun Miss AlechS: Newborn, 16, was ."* trophies representatives of
: ell-while acJer4sy I ) motYIHal returns The supnrinlpndpnlawiumestbenppri fired several Slots' at Mrs.. crowned this week tfne was the Re pointed out that there has Gilbert and Butter at a con
'j irefdphw;;. : .'' MrKlaapl: I ;: ;' TfcMMt Is tli*'borer prr iillli: tint excluded: Ibwwlw balMs .''teI poRlllon Cotton clalnw: Calves l from a 2S-eslber! revolver first Black girl to compete for been little change la curricula! ference: last week. Students

lh/I1II. pu'or it Is.rl'-PIIIU.!; ) ;' would' b.. SMlgrxHf Inprrvnmdy] Us gow:;' Is UM tamoffiWA ,i ,(net whra tin-re .Is s clung in' as she. stood la a telephone 'the title. la the amual tryout since the thirties.. from both schools, along with
'Iff!!.' (.,."d f hti'Mm"pjeiste4 ; wwiM' attend prevlimtoly all:' CMC I Ieledhf'Nsna. mud Urn r.f1ftlre".rll'' fiU. fc* rniwt' !bennUnifUwrnr balk to front of 2152Kdlmrn. ,sponsored by a .nstloaalnuTchsndlstng The educator Is a graduate their parents, strove recently)
a \fi H.j>* RMM Nave.. IK-IKCI" ")* .This, will far 1"'rI""'., lew 'perln' rf Ikem Apt IIINo I' shire. sr.* weslrylsglo' firm. of Shaw, and of the Colgate I to' see who could collect themat
,Taea. .r Ira; /II."p" t* NM. filed" W >. ga5d.mt.r'Iw" |U/r <.fisl'. Hsrlnv. ;M.pp, will "word. has 'IKN-H .ln.in' from .rail pili.. .*, The young lady wilt compel Rochester Divinity School ,I rubbish In their school
tb.h'lll711// ,."..oi"'"...tlIf.. 1'first "nV.. gre4rtlf A Neel''heel l' nppwso Twyrnsn II Ike tlki>.flnrlde Mure:.. I"lima I The mlranKMt, rmqilr had nnrnmtrrlml hlcr for !It* title. ii'tair-r-' r became president. of Shaw .in I area A' dance followed the-

.,idles J/lw/! i'..,,, >ffIn ,intj '1"' Nenmler' el.rthm. ,Aam,rlnlheh, sler IBfl':.,, natural! Tina Prlnrms .1968, at. the age of 31. ampalgn'
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THE FLORIDA STAR T/V BLACK 1969 GRADUATES ] TO. BE EQUAL t

btl<"'*hod'hv the Florida Star Publishing! Company' PROBLEM IF YOU CALL IT THAT.

L IS TRYINO TO DECIDE WHICH

MEMBER OFFER TO ACCEPT." Whimsy M. Y..II, Jr.

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are making about various t
To tear the fuss some people
HIM SJITEK..CIICIUTIOK MAIICEIMAILIM open the colleges to all, you would thlnkttwasa
revSaary la fact tt'a aa old
AIIIESS SKtoiatversitles ar.laDd-crantcoDep..utablIabIdto
provide higher education for .., stat. resident with a high
2323 HINCIIEF HAD school dIpIo a. Hew Torkera worried about "1 nr1al tilt
who hive
stand rds' cI City College by 14m1t youngsters

'.1. IOX 511 JACKSOHTIllE, fLllll.32211 *the fairly current recently high required City admitted levels convententlytorffZFS any high>> school-

gradiaio. And those were the years la which It won Its repotattoa -

PURE 354-S7I2 as a top cchool. .
convenience I'.
+ Too often "standards' really mean more
MIAMI OFFICE 50N.a.. ytI' 'IE. 4. coB7ealMt teachers to lecture middle class white kids thaa
I It Is for them to meet the
challenges teaching ghetto
PRONE 751-31)9 youngsters.

SUBbtRIPTIQN KATE And tt la more convenient for
administrators not to have to ,
One Year, $12,00 Halt Year, S7.0u Milieu To You ?4 rt \ mate the special effort of sett- BssBSBsMpWNE f

Anywhere In The. United! Stttei lug qs remedial classes aad
mateiaj for the victims
Subscription Payable Advance IfjLth \IK of motto schools:
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Send Check Or Money Order To FLORIDA STAR-P.O.: : BOX 590 And It is more convenient for .
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parents of college-age _
JACKSLjr IILLFLORIDA '32201. "t. to have less competition fort the available classroom places.
Many schools have made a special effort to recruit black
'students but the results are still disappointing.' A recent

As It Looks From HereBY THERE'S WAS "LEARN BABY LEARN11 study reports thai less than S percent of the students la the
... major state universities are Negro. B also found that last
LEON L. LEn year mere were more foriega students la American Colleges
Patriotism, loyalty, democracy have become highsoundingwords. , ,,,,WsK ,awsmimVIsVYOUR ,,, '' '' ''' ''' '''.I than there were black students; that black enrollment at the
They are synonymous with the modern day meaning University of Alabama, of all places Is about the same at
at Americanism The stars and stripes Is our banner and It the Big Tea schools; and that It predominately Negro colleges
has a real meaning the hearts of all Americans enrolled almost twice u many black students as theM
But when it is used to emblaxon a symbol of Americanism '" WEEKLY predominately white land grant colleges and state universities
for a foreign purpose it becomes a tool of a foreign "Ism." y y This situation can't go on. Black youngsters are deprived of
The big question Is, "Can my country force me to fight and the chance for higher education because "merit" standards
die for a foreign country in which I have no interest or dedication : .tbIt don't take Into secount the inferior schools of the alums and
?" the resulting lack of motivation. Many bright youngsters Just
In a role and dedication of patriotism to my country am I don't believe they can go to college and are trained to expect
sound to follow and protect this flag of my heritage fore HOROSCOPE GUIDE : failure.
foreign purpose that has no direct connection with the heritage ; B black citizens are aspire to the"equal opportunities' wa

or safety my county? .. iI I' I hear so muck about, they'll have to have the academic
These are the questions\ facing many young Americans today ( : credentials ao basic to success In our technological society.A .
who are risking their lives to try to bring fringe freedom to : IY PAILO THE college education can no longer be a preserve for the
some foreign Asiatics, who can contribute nothing to our ; ASTROLOGER '. privileged few. A college degree has the same meaning today
future or the future safety of our country from a threatening that a alga school diploma bad in our parents'day..It's the '
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totalitarianism. .' ,ticket to middle class income and states
If i had a son, I would insist that he refuse to risk Us life WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Tke vested Interest many faculty members and administration
and his future to fight for the Vietnamese 1 would rather kill I .' .. have la the status quo can be of no concern to a society
him myself.If r \ .. Interested In developing Its humus resources to the fullest.
wo are fighting Vietnam to check t pretapposed Chinese I ':( 13:; :H FOR There Is already Buck a shortage of trained people m ao many
threat to our country we are all wet.Whatever the administration fields that It Is against the national Interest continue to keep
in Washington says, the fact remains that however this these college gates closed to so many minority youth.
brush war may be terminated, it is, China remains that There ought to be a firm national higher education policy
threat. So, why can't we be practical, like Douglas Mae Arthur BUSINESS- LOVE -TRAVEL? baaed on college admission for any high school graduatewho
advocated. bomb Bed. China, and forget about an Asian desires It, with full scholarships available to low-income

threat.I _______;____ students, and ultimately, a policy of free higher education for
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idmlre Casilus Clay, not for the way be refused to adhereto .. / _/I .. -- -- "'- ------.---------7"---.. .
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Ihe draft, but Just because he did Why should he fight\for I'A y y ,) .:#. .. .. I"' I ',I ,:, ::, ': .. 1f..t''t:, iS t>, CR.heesese Negro' cltttens have suffered<< most from part dts*
Vietnam? Be Is an American i r ") .-n., erlsataatka and present Inferior lower acbogls steps should .c
On the 'other hand, why doesn't the United States go into be takes to enroll a proportionate number of black students, Nigeria and fight for the Blafran? Why don't they send troopsto CANCER .CAPIICMRMIR with whatever remedial work Is required to help them meet
South Africa and fight for the victims of apartheid? Why 1111.illCi' JOIK. ,HUE TIKIAM. higher standards. Bare a possible answer Is a fifth year of
IEC
Russia moved in? .
when
didn't they go into Czechoslovakia : college -a 'prep-school" year before formal entrance aa a
The Vietnamese conflict Is really a civil war between two 27th mil 19(1( 22U HIT 22ii- 23rd.SELL.2211 22rt .:'MB. IN'Be freshman. IB fact, colleges could select high school Juniors and
factions of the same nation. Let them settle It. What do we Work at it. The ideas !b- It gets one down. It's one of give them their final year of high school on campus u a
care which side wins? In the least any American who goes .Jam or pro those periods whea no matter Bold it. Impulses, like a team tree and clear. nil could preliminary to full entrance.:
over there to do something about it is wasting his time and his that croppedupdurarth.prec.dlal e I how yon look at a thing It seems of wild horses, may be hard to, be me most trying period of toe The nation's colleges and lawmakers are so busy looking at
should
quarter be
control during this rather month making tt to
to be getting worst Instead of necessary problems'-real or Imagined..that
don't
they see the
life.Now worked on right now while
they tumultuous period. The redouble precautions In all re
for some practical facts on this situation. better. One may feel dissatisfied I I opportunities opea enrollment offers to creating aa educated
are fresh ,
They will not
Since the depression of the early thirties, our nation has with and Improve with everyday routine, the old difficulties outside will not be spects. Service, employment skilled body of clUiens. Mr. Young the author of the newly
thrived on a "war economy." Let's suppose that the undeclared age may even become neighborhood., the usual companions lessened by those of domestic and health matters may develop .pabUsbed book: "Beyond Racism
war In Vietnamwouldterminateimmedlately.MIllicnsd more troublesome If allowed to and, perhaps, with .nature and vice versa The impatience some problems and first-class
run on unchecked (06th 17th). to spread out and obtain .headaches along with them
working Americans in plants would be thrown out of Jobs. existence Itself. K It'. consolation
Well-being too, Is one of a results could create additional ((18th). There is tIIOII&II to worry
is mood that
fcrown ort of would be eligiblefor this a
the Jobs
However; millions person's most precious possessions of intimate nature.A about without taking on
problems an
overtakes all any A
relief compensation feat would be much less than the cost of B is worth all the bother us every onceina Ctllift StifU..t Spirt
while breakdown of security obligations for others who may
(16th). Instead of allowing
the conflict, and certainly, with much less casualties and expense In the world to look it to germinate and fester arrangements could lead to the be trying to pass the buck lathe
War has become a business our country. It is an economic after It properly and to live up within us, it is Importantto revelation of personal u wen first place (Uth-_). B Merit Missiii liT .ltitf
very
of affluence. .
It Is the backing political
boost to our progress to the prescriptions that are take positive measures to u official secrets, with somewhat should be quite a relief to seethe
Truman ended World War n, Eisenhower stopped the Korean handed out for Its
preservation enexpected as well as weekend approachlnc giving BY
back to a normal state of upsetting DOSB
snap
But neither could put us back on a peace time (Q8th-21st BROWN liP
conflict. ). There should also
mind u u possible., consequences 06th- those who are bar r as ... anopportunity
economy that would pay off. So, they along with our present be a distinct Improvement In rapidly! '
21st). Those who are reponslblo to seek the sane Itltyof
age of trial
become public scoundrels error and ordeal,
warmongers in Washington,
corps productivity with equally good or should be their homes or other I Amid
may any the
"man" who for or so it seems, for Individualsand arguments over suck weighty "law
Shaw said of runs concepts u
that George Bernard any results far
.
u u the
pocketbook
turn out to be unreliable when place that Till serve the same sad order." "
and looks from here. the whole world u well. "freedom, "authority," and "rebellion ''
public office,. that Ihe way It is concerned. the smart Ylrgoans will not .purpose.l69J8.23.58m. overlook tile fact that slogans and Ideologies arert worth, we

permit themselves to be .seen, dime la themselves It'. how
they are
Editorial Of The Week H-50.67.11.42-779 10tfO8S.14.26.464HIM applied that counts.
II. 51 Ct. n.- II U4 "Law and order' can be the means by which society preserves
Itself, provide a better life for all, and protects its citizens

Quo Yi.is? TMH scum AHAlllS .terror.from themselves; or It can be' a source' of repression lid.

I.i I. .NEGRO PPESS INTERNATIONAL lill.Il.. IIIN SEPT. MIR ICT. Mil 'IAR.21th "freedom" CIA be the opportunity to grow prosper and bo
i i useful to society; or It can be merely so muck mindless aim
21th 21th 23ri ICT. 23rd less
74th HV. 22i FEI. tltl laOabout.
The Fifth District Court of Appeals has told the Southern .
states what the NAACP Urban League\ SCLC CORE, SNCC 'It's your gamble.. With Junta' B ends one op. tt can !happento Pace facts A genuine attempt,' Dont fan for it. If associates "BkKk: power" CIA be the means by which Black people
and other progressive organizations have wanted to hear. little bit of luck, one can sometimes anybody to become so angry to get at the root of monetary show tendencies of going oaaa prepare themselves for the productive enjoyment of American
The Southern states have been weighed In the balance and bit the Jackpot. There or disappointed In friends or' difficulties: win get one rightto emotional or speculative..,. atondeace: ; or.tt caa be only a manifestation of Crow-Jim
found waiting The educational gulllo&a has fallen are occasions however when loved ones that one starts being the core of the basic causes It stands to reason that tt caa bigotry. .and a radon slogan that bat covers.19 one's ineffectual
ness."Lon"
The Judges\ ruled !that "Freedom-of-Cholce" is Just a goodexcuse It appears to be favoring us them Instead. This t usually some of then ItUcrtdOSth prove difficult to stand by ami.
.I for keeping Black students\ cut of formerly all-white only to lure us into making the blows over quickly after which ( ). Being quite able to whip to let things happea without can be the force that makes Individuals and groups
schools and shunting white, students by buses, etc.. from big gamble that will sweep away the affections bubble over once, others into, following what ladeemed putting op a fight Ala). Bet ft wkela and healthy; or tt can be a misleading term designed to {
formerly all-Blak schools.. not only all previous winnings. again. But In instances. where a proper line of behavior would be a mistake to draw la r 'mask the actual hatred and vengeance In one's heart.
The Black man should reJoice. It Is strange, however that but a good share of the original resentments start cutting ,' It would be beneficial friends! or strangers wbo coaM The trouble with so many of the "Ideologies" that are being
J Jutlsts-who are supposed to Judge In faced the truth of the stake to boot. The same deper and taking root, the to try the same methods on do' more baron tai good by ,proclaimed these days Is that they have a missing Ingredient a J
facts-Ialled to do so. It Is strange that some still seem to principle fAIl apply In the field danger of building them up to oneself when It la recognised their meddling. It'. store of a regard for how the Ideas are to be applied <
:' be hiding under the ghost of Judge\ Roger B. Taney or of Judge of romance and most everything aa explosive point can take on that this is essential ((17th). matter of appealing to the pride for say program Is a blessing to everyone if It is applied '
Brown else In life to which we serious dimes .1011I. Any People who. In the name of or using psychology to PIerflllt aeaevolently-and a curse to an If tt applied maInoI tJ1.
i Reversal, therefore has been In order. Change must change. attach much significance: (Itth- Lttrtns who recognise that this friendship, have been leading partners to mead their Capitalism: Is good tt tt feeds society and provides economic'i *
Mississippi, Alabama, Florida are no exceptions to the rule 21st). This could be the lessonImplied process may be taking place one oo to take great risks and ways and to let' back oa the security aM opportunity; It te bad tt It tils to do these thlnp. 4
There musts come a time when whites and Blacks must attendto by retrograde Mercury within themselves now, should consequently the ensuing road of good, comsaoa sense.' Aad socialism goodorbedaccorolngtotbesamequallflca'. '
Uoaa.People.
:. education a whole. hating resumed ttsforwardmotion putt themselves together at once losses should be sent co their Aquarians who are m clan
The day of the rundown Black schoolhouse without water, once again during the .befoie saying the words. way without farther argument contact with the Higher Forces- talk about the need to be more hnandtag. yielding, l
\. with the outhouse down In the woods,with no. water, with weeds, previous garter. .(lta-elst). lovmg katlag: forward-lookinf backward-lookuf, cooeened a
.
.. Is OUT. aboat material abmdance concerned aboet spiritual abeadaace,
tt mandatory then that these 9.4577.134th145'GEMINI I2IS91272S31.A S.11II19.53.777SAIITIAIIU 444.l45.t61nPISCES oa till aide. of revolution, agatast revolatloia .
MVf states stop hiding their heads :. pre-war pro11.
I'f In the sand. nt COOl t appeals> has blown that sand away .peace pro-wklte, proantiware aw-.pace. uti....., '
Adamant have been their sstlwend: a and 08. K : '
I I attitudes. They have tried adding t to *
i: school buildings in order to escape mixing. More furore baa Bat note of these proposals .la .themselves, meta a thmg. "i
'It. been fused over integration !man over miscegenation. MM MAT liB MT Mil FEI.iiti What Oae' caa either start a war or end a war by eallmg for peace, ><
The Deep) South educator: wb.Ite. has simply not tried He IAI. m coaata is how CM aces about It and. whet ...'. goals I >
21st 'HUE Jilt 21St'Iteep .
are.
: 23r.IEC.
has not seen U desirable, having his white child go to school : 23rd Alfi. 22N >t
,I with the Black child ot his Black maid. lIt cannot now realty Find out first Before severingany out. 110 matter whiticontention ;Work for harmony. This could y oat promotes 'peace' just to eaafaorttyflgowi.a U
I feel that a Black teacher II u good II a white teacher. vital ties. It would be advisable Stay sharp. This Is the quarter and strife break out, be the critical period wheadtlly .herlfae to 11 to bring about more warfare. And If aM ass
I But times do cllup.J to make certain that to watch Financialaad emotional .the first reaction shoold be i ieompaaioB8 are agitated to sack tackles prthllltd effort to >.>aacaka onus of 1
There was a time when no woman could be admitted to the the action 1s Jistlfled problems are quickly discussed by the principle of 'a degree aa to make h s reedy pact, ke will only besmirch "ptIdIt.... by making K'' 11
bench. That has came and gone. warranted or even wise QtthX created and could reach. aa explosive self-preservation brief, to explode at fee slightest...- *... to be cay u activity te IlarblrJau and bypocritss. J.
\ There was a time ten a Black man dared not drink from the The Inclination Is to be wishful stage unless everybody keep oat of.other people's vocattoa. Tkto lilt be dune to 'lilt V er Ions peace for fats own ate aad simply seeks to
white man's fountain. That has gone ..otk1IaIlDd hasty. This In general, and Leos la quarrels before they become ambttUsL career,' setters,.. .! 1IYt w let ere r r win a a peacemaker.,. a.
i There was a time when a Black man's hmilr dared not ask to does not bode much good for particular maintain their cool you owe (Mo( ). tt then taken rivalry ia whisk ae kelde are >IF w mme toLn. cue ctt work for' Stack advaacemeai to; tl
deposit tilt body of their loved Black one U tilt sacred c metary. sereslty, kapplsess and (Wth-ZlstX Anyone who Is trying rtYl.lr1IorJor objective. tarred (Ma, nth). ,......, ink a way that 1M 1'II11fftet 01 011I" eudearon is father i
You see, when the lt.ierr.ctloeeomes,we might! be segregated. security la the days to cow to cajole roe taco taking risk let I competitors win It since thus created coald alMkmda JtIIrIaatJaia to till nc.-or ate can try to rectify friend N
The circuit court of appeals Is to be highly commended Why? 07th-2lst). People who are Informed of any sort cannot save you there are leocaUoos that roe he home with1 animal esav ;* .wro .Mess IMII both IIIacta aad whites a batter dealI' Ti,
Because It Is right and wise to the ways Interests at heart. Those vac ..i,, stay ao loafer be .Interested ....... aoVrmt BMI Vaef". ';;" .... ".i gals.. aeu.. bpseds aoItJJ. wltlher 3V"
I ,Because this duclska will mean much to America qf the world can naturally avoid, expect big favors for little wao aaywa There would be little' all alike ceeapaata ( .-Mat). ...... rWeatgyor.al.vet .tlyllh.. .er ct t
r Because this decision will stave off flan and unnecessary making such. mistakes. But Impetaous retime, are better off to gale lid mack to feee should The settpoaaaaaad Mseeaaa a proggnt' 11 motivated by kindness end INS WIll 11 li-s td<<
; 7i 1 confrontations. youth first too ofteabymlsdlrectedoathaalasm scratched off the list ofdeslrable controversies bred: out la the _; flee mote-l portant thaw tile asters cI till procraa 1tIt1t.- 'ti. '

.J .But 'sore all, the Court Is to be commended BECAUSE ., acu mianc.s. spa aad start taking the fora of to IOIII..1f;eau 'I hI,
J; .. EDUttATOBT 6 A. PKIVILEGE. The white mar .has tried to; :odes makes them all.;, >', IW9.391t14.22.117' Jatef. snssilB --ti.0 OaceCM "r"tAI' : ;
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SATUROAT. JUNE" 14, 1369 SIll PAPUS 3



I Sweetfield; Baptist Women Plan Gala Annual Celebration Sunday June 291;



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I' CHURCH NEWS I Dining CarMemorial Black Businesswoman Reports Mrs. Madeline Judge Leads ;"

I At Aggressive Women's Group


St. James Sunday Sweetrield Baptist Church, I I'M Iforrlj/**, win I* H* *....*, j
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST The 32ud annual Memorial Day ;;; .!: : all day Sunday, June 29, if Its annual ,.,.,..,... *'/,./fIt. "

Sunday School begins at I.4S with Mrs. Leaster Smith, superintendent services for the Dining Cu and Day celebrationThe

In charge The morning>> service is at 11.30 with Railroad Employees will be held ';: : committees havean- Foimt Mrs MaUl KmA will
devotionals led by the deacons. Rev. Richardson and Rev. Jane 15, 6.30: p.m., la New St. ( naunced virtual completion of be guest soloist, Mrs Mary
Bradham, assistant pastors, will speak At 4 p.m. District James AYE Church 2UI \ their plans, with Mrs Madeline Slater will be the shaker. In
No. 2 will meet at the church Winston Ware leader. On Forest. / ,Judge u General Chairman.Cochairman charge of the offering will, te
Tuesday night at I p.n the church will accompany the putor. The participants are: Whim m '" ,,'ii, ', will be Mrs. Mrs Annie Mae Fit Ida. Mrs
Rev H. Robinson, to Epheslaa Baptist, Third and StaffordStreets C.: Brown. A L.Johnson,church Novell Williams. Mr*. Ola Mae Ethel Jackson, Mrs,Sarah Bash
choir, 1.p. Rogers, Mrs. Murray will be acting pastor. and Mils Florida Johnson
W.E.A. Harris H.W. Rogers, lJi Services will get started with

MACEDONIA BAPTIST JM. Slmpklns Miss Clara the Sunday School at 9:SO a...., Sigma Gamma Rho
District No. t wW meet with Mrs Bea old. Campbell on Slat Ward, Rev.AJ>.Harris pastor 4 4Mra. ','i'; ; with Mrs. Nevada Anderson,
Friday night at 8 p,m. District Mo. 4 wW meet with Mrs. Lucille Wallace, F.C.- host superintendent, and her
Pearl Lee on East 23rd Street Circle Friday 8 p.m. Services Llndsey, Mrs- Mettonla\ L.1 staff of workers, welcomingand Philos Will
Sunday will begin with the Church School at *.30, with Deacon Vaughan, Kyle Allen, Elnwre assisting the guests
John E., Singleton and teachers In charge. The review will T. Arvelle, Mrs. Cladean official An appointed guest Celebratefounding
be given by the pastor or his appointee. Consecration service Bryant, W.D. Wltsell.CC. will give tie general rerlew.
begins at 10:45: a.m. for the choirs, usher boards, deacons Jenkins, Reverends J.B Remarks will be mad by the The Fbilos of Sigma Gamma
deaconesses and members Devotional services will be conducted Bennett, W.L Carter, W.F r chairman and acting pastor Rho Sorority, Inc, will
beginning at U a.m. Music will be furnished by Choir Hicks Is the reporter. The morning service will begin celebrate their anniversary
No. I and Choir No. J with Wallace Mlms and Deacon Bryanat j- at 11 a,m. Mrs Rizle Cook will Sunday at 3:30 p.m. In the Educational .
the Instruments. Usher Board No. 1 and Usher Board No. Swill Heroines Of f JerichoAt lead the devotions. Following Building of St. Stephen i i
serve Choir No. S will meet after morning worship. Choir the procession will be the. AME Church Fifth and Davis f

No. 4 and Usher Board No 3 will accompany Pastor Burgess Zion Hope Baptist missionary offering. All groups Mrs. Alma Pinkney Is chair '.
to the district convention at Friendship Baptist to render wlllpartlclpate inthepro- man. Mrs Julia Gilmore Is ; ,

service. Districts meeting at 3.30 are No. I, with Mrs. Hattie Heroines of Jericho, A.J: ceiilonal. Mrs. Admiral chairman of the program 1 r
Jones on East 25th; No. 3, with Mrs Catherine Calvin, 1019 Phillips Court No 104' Mrs. Cummings will lead the prayer. committee. S
East 21st; No. 3, with Mrs. Mable Rhodes on East nth; BOot R.L. Johnson MAM, A. I. Cog ,3. The prayer for the Uniting will Meal Bland will be guest ;
6, with Mrs. Irene Williams East 23rd'The BTPU hour will W. will observe their tenth be said by Mrs L.P. Norman. speaker. Others appearing will 7
begin at 3.30 with Mrs. M.L.. Polite la charge. The evening anniversary sit-in service at Mrs Cecil Mlms will Introduce be Mrs Agnes Walker Brown

worship begins at 8.30: both sermons will be' given by the Zion Hope Baptist Church,Rev.E 3be mistress of ceremonies.' Mrs. Marion WhItehead, the

faster, Rev Wilbur Burgess. Weekly actlvltlesfollow: Monday, .R. Simpson pastor Sunday, 1 ':Srs.Glorlalingletonwlllglvee' Epilogues Solomon Jones,
9 km., Choir No I'. sponsored) trip to Magnolia Lake; June 15.Kuter. the welcome address. Mrs speaker.
Tuesday t pm., prayer meeting and Bible study;conductedby Masons are invitedto Louise Graham will bring the Mrs Helen Bruce will be deu I
REPORT ON: BLACK BlCWESS-Mrs.
Eugene Wltherspooni manager' 'of the Freedom hostesses.. The IJ
Incomparable
deacons, with pastor charI',Wednesday'p.m. rehearsals : response.
la the service.
;share Quilting Bee, a black self-help project in Alberta, Alabama, addresses participants In ladles will hostess all clubs of
'of Choir No. 1 and Choir No: 3: Thursday noon, midweek Members should be at Mrs Vivian will sing The
present legal Institute in New York sponsored by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the which attend
prayer, service with Missionary Society In charge; Friday, guest speaker will be Mrs. city
10 45 in full
: regalia. Inc (Lily). At left Is Darwin W, Bolden, national executive director, Interracial Council The PhUos will meet Friday
8 p.m., Choir No. 2 and Choir No. 4 rehearse The Christian At 1:30 all Master Masons Leona Daniels. Mrs Wattle
Aid Society will celebrate anniversary Monday night June of Dural: p.m County are called for Business Opportunity At right is attorney Jay Topkis,partner, Paul, Weiss, Goldberg Blount will Supervlslngthe night at S p.m. in the home of
upon Rlfklnd. Wharton and Garrison.Calendar .
23. The church 1s located at 3333 Franklin. Mrs Bessie to meet at the Mt.LOr/ Baptist offering will be Mrs Doreatha Mrs. Julia Gilmore, 974 Oprey

Merchant secretary-reporter. Church 658 Second, to assist Davis, Mrs. Irene Williams Street.
the North Jaz Lodge No. 387 Mrs Haiti Clark and Mrs
,
GOOD SHEPHERD WEDDING BELLS Bennie M. Whltfleld. Mrs St. Paul UshersTo
H. Thomas W.M, in a cornerstone -
Sunday School begins it 9.43. Morning worship begins at II a.m. laying service Rev B.H. I Events I Rebecca Y. Thompson will make
with D,acOll Joe Amos In charge of prayer, Usher Board No.' Hartley pastor of the Friendly James Stewart,1302ClevelnndSt observations.The I
1 and Choir No. 1 will serve. The sermon will be delivered Baptist Church will be the ., 33 and Doris Wilson, UZI evening worship begins Have
by the assistant pastor Rev H. Wilson guest speaker H. Simmons Barnett St 22. promptly at 51: 30 p.m. Mrs
Services will be held at 3 p m Mr{. Hichmanwill give the Elmore Ding, 8937 Castle Willie B. Green will be in Wednesday MeetUsher .
welcome address The Morning Star Cairch wllli\ CAMELIA LADIES )PRIDE OF SUNSHINE Blvd. 25 and Carrie Louise charge of devotions. Following
DDGM.Mrs.
be In charge. Dinner will be served Rev, Alex Garvin Is Singleton The Camclla Ladles Club will Pride of'Sunshine Order of Buss, 1003 Franklin St., 20. usual preliminaries Mrs Mean Board No. t of St. Paul
pastor meet June 17, Tuesday, In the :EuternStar Chapter No. 170 Frank Delano Murray, 213 W. Bugget will pray. The slck-and AME Church will hold its business

Addresses Doval home of Mr. and Mrs Clyde will meet Thursday, June '19, 27th St., 34 and Bonnie Faye snutln prayer will be given by meeting Wednesday night
EMANUEL BAPTIST Jenkins 1912 West Fourth.Mrs at the Masonic Temple 410 Wood 213 W. 27th St., 17. Mrs. R.W. Jackson.Mrs.Willie June 18, In the basement of the
On Tuesday the teachers will meet. Prayer meeting also takes Bonnie H. Frailer will be co- Broad. Business of Importancewill Murry will serve U mistress church at B p.m. All members t
place, with the pastor and officers In charge. Oa Wednesday County Nurses Tea hostess. Members are asked to be transacted. All dues Lawrence Argrett 1359 W, of ceremonies Miss Carolyn are urged to be present.

Choir No 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m On Thursday the noonday be prepared to make ticket should be paid at the meeting., 15th St.,20 and Annie Lee Campbell Hooks will deliver the welcome McKinley Chambers Is presi
prayer service will be held Choir No.Swill rehearse at t p.m. Councilwoman Mary L. reports Mrs A.M.. Hartsog, Mrs Hattie P. Robinson is 1359 W. 15th St., 25. address, with the response dent. Rev A.C. Chandler Is
Singleton was guest speaker for
On Thursday the noonday prayer service will be held at the president. worthy Matron Rev E. Gordon coming from Mrs Helen pastor. I
'church: .' Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 8 p.m, The male chorus the spring tea of the Dnval Arthur Martin Jones Jr. 5120 I
is Worthy Matron Odessa ,
will rehearse at ':30 School at 9.30 ,County Stanton Vocational OWENS ILLINOIS
p.m Sunday begins a.m. McGrlff Is secretary and re- 8. Pine Dr. 27 and Jesse ,
with Mrs. Mamie F.leld, and Deacon George Smith In charge., Licensed Practical Nurses'Alumnae He Owens Illinois Ladles club Melissa Lawson 4889 River- I
porter. The meeting opens at I
The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration In the Afro Building. will meet Saturday at 7:30: In dale Rd. 20 GVpohvortKWflui
S
takes place at 10:50: a.m.The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., Mrs. S1IIIletoa.Ipokt JDO the the home of Sirs Blanche p.lI.

with the deacons in charge. Preaching begins at noon. The BTUopensat5pmwlthDea6onJames Williams 5409 Mlnosa Court. Daniel Edmond McGrady.nIB ie :
Phillips; in charge' The All members are expected at, STANTON VOC. LPN. Gordan Rd. 19 and Judith Marie ? N' !
evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. Choir No. 2 and the male UJ thUnaeUag Mrs, Flossie The.Duval County StaIItOD0. Ellis 8483 New Kings Rd., 18. I
chorus and,Usher Bqard Nou 2.wil| serve Mrs MMloQ Carter ,q Smith is president. Mrs Emma' cational Licensed Practical Leonard Bryant Graham, Jr., "JID.rall':3H: NOUN si:. I
and Majthew, '.McCpjrU} be al.tbe Instrumen&qTfc&hjHrtJfci: ,s, Melton is reporter, Nurses Alumnae will meet 2938 W.. llth St 21 and Linda ,__._ ;i

located att 221 Forest. Street Rev S.L. Bjidgerr pastor vCOLOSSIANS I Thursday, June 19, at 8 p m, Geraldine Hardy 2650 W. 1st COOL SUMMER BUY
BAPTIST GATEWAY BARRACKS In the home of Mrs. Hazel T., 19.James.
Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. with the superintendent and Gateway barracks Ladles. Cherry, 4264 Katanga Drive.All .......t.-_ _
teachers charge The lesson will be revlewedby the superln-' Auxiliary will meet Saturday at members are urged to be present Harvey Hadeland Jr }
tendent The morning,worship begins at II a.m. The evening ,;
the Veterans 1509 Kings .
Homer for business of Importance.Mrs 2149 Bunting Dr.,20 and Pamela'Kathryn
worship begins at 8 p.m Rev. R.J. Crawford will deliver both Road, at 2 pm. All officersand Catherine Jones Is presi- Dubberly 1108 K. *
8th
sermons Choir No. I Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will 1 ,
members are asked to be
dent. St. Jag Beach FII.
serve during the day Dual Day will terminate June 22. Choir present and on time. 18. 4, bys

No. 1 will rehearse Wednesday at 8 p.m Prayer services The delegates to the depart"
will begin Tuesday.at 7:30. The church Is located at 1134 West ment convention at Tampa will I'
31st.: ( make reports. New members Your professional beautician

r are invited to attend. Please knows the answer.. .
NEW REDEEM BAPTET bring your Discharge or' C-
District No. 2 will have its anniversary tea Sunday at 3 p,m. at Number I

the church Deacon C. Lambrlght Is leader. Sunday School MRS.? SINGLETONS Final arrangements will be
begins at 9 30 with the superintendent. Dea o n George Ward, made for the Fourth of July 1
I In charge The lesson will berevlewedbythe pastor Rev E.I. Ds, Discipline, Dedication and Celebration at the home

Norman District: No. 9 will meet In the home of Deacon Delivery throughout the day.GOODWILL .
Crawford '"on East 30th at 330. District No. 6 will meet at Mrs Virginia Curry was ,the

the church at 4:30 p.m. District No. 8 will meet at the church guest soloist does hairbreakoffwhencombing
at 430. District No 7-9 will meet with Mrs. Viola Smith on Honored guests were Mrs. PRAYERA Why some
East 26th at 4 p.m. At 8 p.m. the youth will have. fuU charge Carrie L. Hammond. RN, Instructor Pretty Hat Tea will be' _
of the services. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday night followed for the nurse students; presented Sunday Goodwill ?
by Bible Study at 8 p m. The pastor will given preview of the\ Charles Simmons,CtvllServlce Prayer Band June 15,
Sunday School lesson. The church Is located 1814 East 30th.. Board; Mrs., AC. Bevel and at 4 p.m. at the WrlghtvUle'
Mrs. H., Bergeron of the Sigma Methodist Church on Edison
Your hair is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see
Flans Father's Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority. Special guests will be it break off Jor any reason.,Scientists tell us that excessive use
Rev. ,Webster .
Mrs Retells Wilson presented Evangelist Nellie M. Spikes.Others ,of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often
: a check for $100 to Council- scheduled are The
are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But
Div Sermon For St. Stephen woman Singleton the benefit Voices of Jerusalem The
,, .of the Boys Parental Mme The Angellgbts, The Traveling hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks t
off In
everyday combing. Notice how irritated becomes
scalp
Father will be thematic ship Prayer'Baud i ; Scripture, motto of the group Is "To serve Stars, Angel of Mercy Singersand when you comb In contrast to the way your your beautician does?
material for the Sunday School. Mrs Annie K. Bines;Selection, where life begins where goes others Prises will be: Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and Beat the summer heat 2-gpeed. .
Prof. AC. Madry and his staff Choir Church of the Master; and where it ends. awarded for hats. Missionary tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing.
of officers will be la charge. Introduction of emcee by Mrs.i Gloria Blrt Is advisor
Otherwise
irritation to the and
unnecessary scalp damage to .I
At lOIn the consecration of Eartha McGowan; Emcee, Mrs.: : the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed 20" BREEZE BOX FAN
officers will take place for allofficers. Gladys Murray; W.lcom..Mr..' CHAIRMAN MASTER MASONS i'softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break.
Master Masons will observeSt.
Willie J. Stephens; Response, age on all human hair (Including wigs), most beauticians rely
At 3.30 p.m. the Missionary, Mrs. Agnes Brown; Solo Mrs: John the Baptist Day at the Halr So New'
on
Clalrpl spray-on creme rinse. For combingease cool comfort where
Society Mrs Blanche Williams Rovena Hughes; Introduction of' St. Thomas Baptist Church, and for Put 8 8
beautifying In other
trained
president-will sponsor a tea Mrs. Ruby Cheese- 2333 Moncrlef, on Sunday, June beauticians stock a complete vour.halr family of many fine Clairol ways, for you need it most! Slim
la the church auditorium. At .spear 22. Rev W.C. Neal Is pastor your specific needs. ; products style portsble-safety grille 13 '

5.30 the ACE League,with Mrs. Solo lumber Robinson The Masonic Family, Juveniles Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care front. Avocado only] AC

Carrie Adams upresldetw1U Sisters ; Offering, Miss G Isldetts, bis Shrlners, and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems, 115 Volts. Great value!
open. All children welcome. Wenet Jordan and Mrs., Ola Thirty-second: Masons, G.C. '
only professional beautician knows the for
Consecration services begin at Lawrence; Solo WoodrowCarn; K.T, H.T.C., R.A., H. of J., your answer sure. ,.
5.46 .fOr, the evening service; ,Remarks Rev. AWn Jones and E.S., and friends are Invited o Clairol' Inc. 1967 Cowtety of O.lrollnc. I ,., J/UISfACTION/ GUARANTEED IIEPlACEMENl MN() { W M

At 7 p.m: Rev ''a.v.. Webster, Mrs Blancbe( Williams, Rev. C.A. Weaver pastor of .
will again, speak, Asbury Observations, lira: Carols' Day Spring) *Baptist Church will
.Lawson will be guest soloist Webster Remarks Rev R.V.' deliver the message. The observance -'
Usher BaardNo,2MrsDiket Webster. will begin at 2.30. FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLEannounces
president,will serve throughout. Hostesses will' be Miss H. Simmons Is DDGM.Tli '
the day. '. Carolyn Sbelee, Mrs Maggie
Services win be as usual darIn Sims Dean, Miss Gwen Jordan,
} the week On Tuesday night, Mrs., Rovena Highes, Mrs: xNIIR RE6ISTRATION-SUMIIER TERM, 1969
the Ways :wdMAla Commutes Gertrude Moss and Mrs. Vera '
meets with Mrs. L.G.Gtmrrtpt McNalr Guests will be Registration for College Credit Classes
chairman.. .. Class June 18 (W) 6:00 P.M..-8.00 P.M. Registration" for evening classes, Southslde Campus.June .
u Shamrock
meeting members of the
19 (TH)8:10 A.M 2:00 P.M. Registration for day and evening classes, Southslde campus.
begins at ,':30 p.m. The United Social and Club. Mrs 11III
Savings ;DOn GRATMrs. Registration Technical and General Adult classes will be held on the following schedule:
Choir*,,will meet at 7 30 for Blanche Williams Is COIORIN6 for Vocational :
: president ,
Doris Gray above:) wilT 23 *J 911 *st, 1QA4
June 12 13, 17,11.19.20. ,
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rehearsal. Mrs Daisy Wallace Rev R.V Webster Is pastor:,, be Chairman of the mammoth e ADuLT CENTER Ji: 'CENTER ADMINISTRATOR PHONE

Is presidentThaJiaior., Church Women's Day Services Peace' f Central Adult Full-time Day 8 All-I PM Mr Harry H. Komi (Daf). ::151-1980
meets Rabin TempleioilAt Missionary Baptist Church, Hides nat CRAY and Evening Center 2 PM-IOPY Mr Paul O. McCoy (Eve) .353.1017
Saturday at 3:30. At 4.30 bowlIng :
,155-5581
.. Is enjoyed at the Sherwood Jessie and Van Buren, Sunday Lasting Way Stanton Vocational fulla PM-10PM ,'Mr .U. DeVaap Sweet
June 22, and will be assisted' I. ha if mlmla June 1'1, I', 24, 28. 1989
Lanes 'M..orla',1M.mbtr. '
M. Grant by Mrs. Ullle Finn, Co-chair- ft tiOUtt r.'w Fletcher HS 7 PM-10 PM Mr Frank Dogptt 9-5535
On Sunday night,, June 25, a swan Mrs Gray will be dull. .,,,.iJ..:..(".k..lr.' .e.I*..10( _.riimff Nathan BedJore Forrest HS 7 PM-10 PM UrJ Wendell C. Parker ,71.1000
Citywide Baby Contest win be of Rabin Temple No. number lore mid nt.9015
supported by a large liiMniun. null ml '' JIf. Charles Brooks
held Awards will be made.: I will meet Snay., J_ 13, elective workers !iDle church. t mill II..,, 1 liiKhlliililt:'?'., ..". ., .,MKAHI,,'1 rue., .).eYr Samuel New Stanton W. Wolfson HS. 7'PM-IOPU PM-10 PM7PM40PU Mr John A. CittleD 731-5280
Rev. ;H.L., Herod will deliver ''at Grant Memorltf A.M.I.Church. : Mrs Brills 8I1pll.III'0I.Ednr w..e el/r. Mall 1M'rnmmi' L Ray Polo 'nC-'IOO
..:::.rrx'I'kARIA Terry Parker HS J jMr.
the address. Participants,listed'are 927 Clay, lot s...cld'worab1p Waters College and: ; William Rallies HS 7 PM..IQ PM .Dr. Andrew A. Robinson 768.0551V ''
.Mrs. Mary Nealy, Rev. services. ) llra..J..W", Williams Jacknsonvllle ,' ONLY 981.. .i J1 '.
Alvin Jones,Mrs.Gnssle Paige, i" The T..plUI, meet '' educator will be the yi, COMPIETCNOTHING '
the Midway. Choir.No. '3, Mrs I Thursday, June 19, at CIO Broad principal speakers for the day., -p (" BUY %t, ,. .
liar, Francis W11IcII, Mr., I Street at I p.m. George Davis Mrs DBaBarmes: will be. .;.:!.4..L1ro""".,..._ \,.' MI
'' KcGee .Ptarson, Mrs Locus! I ls niastrloos Potentate. Noble Pe tor-lar-tllt-daY. Rev; D.B. STMNO H/Mft COLORING. r '
,.Mete and Choirs of St ......., i Thosaac Williams Is reporter. ",8anes, U pastor. All are lee Choice .f S BuckOx..tural.had.k m t i"Southaids'sndSan':;Jto, ; Diego Campuses Cumberland Campus
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The program for the tea Isas ''The election rag officers win ',vited. Many prominent and outstanding r"8r _:lljM : .. ,f j ,Tel 398-1116 Tel.: 389-1321 ./ i. .
follows=: Devotions, ellow11 ." AiMMM lit yeur riruifltt \ '.
:/ : ebIlud4.46M1: citizens will take part. """". ,'..T"

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i to Mrs. Brilla Tbonos, J.C. Phillips Court Bold Off Truth Recitalists Bethlehem Women AME Council Of Biskeps Set

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:, Putt Missionary Baptist Church, Jeisle and Via Bum Phillips' Court No. 104, Women s' Diy For Confab la Columbus 0.
Streets, Rev D. B. Barnes pastor, Till be the scene of a Heroines of Jericho, will observe ,
p; mammoth Women's Day celebration, with the theme "An the tenth anniversary The Women oi Bethlehem will COLUMBUS, OHTO-Blshop H. first Connectional meeting ovtr
': Tbt Way My Sartor Lead Me' M a beacon light for the Sunday June 15 at 10.4 a.m., observe their Women's Day I. Beardea Prelate of toe 14th which Bishop O.L.Sherman win

j ;. day, Sunday, June 22.RtT. In the?lion Hope baptist Church, Sunday... 12. Episcopal District comprising preside as President of tb
II D.B. Barnes is pastor L. Donald.) The welcome' Rev. E Jt.Simpson pastor, .Mrs Anile Mae Grant Is all of West Africa will preach Council of BIIh,"" (be oat

,: Mri. D.B. Barnes will preside address will be given by Mrs. All departments of Masonryare chairman. Mrs. Mates Foster the sermon for the opening installed into office, May IS IB
Is co-chairman.: The church Is services of the Houston Texas .
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t. throughout the day. Clark Mrs Dashlse Mooring Invited. Uniforms are r.- Worship ,
.% The theme song for the day will give the response. MA. (Quested. Matron Rosa L. located at 1619 Madison. Rev Summer Session of the Council The Educational Board beaded
,. will be "It Jesus Goes With Helen Maxwell will be guest i Johnson If asking that special W.L. Wllliami Is pastor of Bishops' 01 the A.M.E. by Bishop C.A. Globs is expected .
Church, on Wednesday morning, to meet Dr. Frank
.Me, I'll Go. soloist. ud honored guests be presentand ; It
..,.. Doris Cray will be The morning speakerwlllbe on time to share In this Florida, Bethany JuneX in St. Paul AM.E. Reid, Jr., President of the Cot!
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general chairman for the day Mrs. Brilla Thomas, curricu- Anniversary Worship Sit-in ,; t- .Church H9 East Long Street, sectional Council of the AM.:.
Mrs LUUe Finn will serve lum assistant Edwtrd Waters ,Service." Ushers Heeling Columbus Ohio. Church has said that this! groin
I he as co-chairman.: Mrs. Gladys College. Mrs. Row B. Barrow The Rt RevSH.L Burden Is will meet during the week;Mri,
I +' Shannon will be church clerk. will present the speaker Mrs. The East Florida and BethanyBaptist the 63rd BishopNn the A.M.E. Joseph (Basel) Comes, flrit

'k' Mrs Barnes will be pastor- Helen Maxwell will give a CallahanServices I: Ushers' Union win hold Church and was eleetedln vice president of the Women'i
,;, : ltk 'mass meeting at St. John's 'Cincinnati, Ohio, at the 1964 Missionary Society and
for-tbe-day.' selection Mrs Ruby Jones and The Youth Department of'the. Bend of Truth School, of Wisdom,,, actiii
rr The mammoth program will Mrs. Porter will supervise the Baptist Church Monday night, General Conference. Before as President during the illnewof
will Miss Brenda
present : Brace I and Master Bend: Frailer
'
a will begin at 9.JO at June IB at I Rev. HA. to the 14th Episcopal the President Dr. Anne
get under way with the Sunday offertory Mrs. Herbert Grant:: p m. coming I.
above, in a recital on Sunday" Jane 19 from 5 to 7 .m. at
p ,
the Greater Mt
", Pleasant Is Rev. Hartley District he served over the Heath Is calling the
Hughes pastor. : Missionary
School, at 930. Mrs. Barnes, will Introduce .!tora. Mrs: 1M4 Twentieth SpecU guests" will be Miss Myra Walls and
Baptist Church, Callahan. Rev is Moderator. Mrs. Eloise Seventeenth Episcopal District Ladles to meet and
,superintendent, will head the Sykes will make observations.Rev. other members cf the, School, Wisdom., Brenda Is the daughterof DIlDy other
C.W. Whiten Is Deacon
group of officers which will Barnes and Mr*. Barnes Thelma pastor Mr. and MM. Spann Ronndtree; and is a student In the Love Wright. reporter. which comprises the Northern lathering are expected to be
Wright, superintendent, and Southern Rhodesia Conferences held. Mr. J.D. Williams
welcome guest participants.Each will make remarks. Guest' Ceonectlonal -
Grove Elementary School. Derlck: Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Is In charge of theSunday School of
: regular official or teacher skits will cone from Mt BenFrazler, and other parts President of the Lay
and to a student in the St. Plus Catholic School. '
Deacons Jones and Willie
will be assisted by a guest, In Ararat Baptist. Mrs. arena Roy Princess, Naomi is leader. Mrs. Matte Roundtree Is reporter COLLEGE PARK Central Africa. Organisation will meet with that
Williams will, lead.the d.REV. .- of the
0' The Annual meeting
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this manner : Mrs.D.B.Barnes, Williams president and Mrs. 1 are tasted. The First Baptist! Church of group.
'.' General Board of the Church The well-known
by Mrs. W.M. llcXelton; Mrs. Delores Williams.The College Park will observe hospitality of
w.' Gladys Shannon, Women, by'' e'en1nIworlblp begins at will be held on Tuesday mornIng the Third Episcopal District,
'Men's
_' Day Sunday beginning June n, WIder the leadership of its Prelate ..
Mrs. Mary Breaker; Miss 530. Mrs MadelineSermoowin Second Missionary Baptist'Lists with the Sunday School.: The Cleveland Avenue
Church, 2021 Bishop William! R.Wilkes
Jeanette Armstrong, Junior preside Mrs. Fedd and the at 11 ,
morning
worship begins
Girls, by Miss Lydia Jackson; Prayer Band will bold the devotional a.m. with Rev Allen speaking. 'Columbus, Ohio, and the Commissions win be another major drawl;
father's Day SundayFather's will meet at the samechurch card in causing visitor
Beorge Clark, Men, by Mrs. service. Mrs. 8.L. Choir No. 1 willfellowship many
!.I, Stephens; Miss Joyce Shannon, Badger will give the Scripture with the St. Peter Mondaymornlng, to converge on the Ail American
Central secretary, to be reading. Mrs C.A. Wearer will Day will be observed period. The pastor will be In Church Jane 16, according In an. City of Columbia.Fitker's .
BTU
announced; Mrs. R.B. Barrow, offer the mIIslCllU'prayerlDeS Sunday, June 15, at Second charge of the Bible hour. Baptist choir. begins announcement made by Bishop
Senior Girls, by Mrs. H. supervise the offering Mrs, Missionary Baptist Church,beginning The Sunday school officers and &16:30.011 Wednesday night William R. Wilkes president of
Choir No. 1
will to toe Good
with the Sunday Schoolat the Teachers Council will be go the General Board. Rev. E.B.
Lawrence; Mrs. R. B. Bar ow, Gladys B. Shannon will offer the Shepherd Church where Day
( Baptist
pianist, by announced guest; missionary prayer and supervise 930.: Friday at 7 p.m. The pastor Rev Cants. Jordan Is pastor. .
f Mrs. Resale Solomon, Review the ottering. Mrs. Gladys Louis Terry Is serving u will be in charge cf the Bible First pastor Church The is A Gala Banquet will be held on
; lesson Remarks chairman of the special program study. L.C. Chester, assisted Baptist Wednesday, June Ilat7:00P.1I.
,; of ; Mrs. D.B. B. Shannon will make announce
to At
Barnes; Remarks, Mrs. W.M. 'ment. The Peace Trio will sing. r for the day The youth by others, will be In charge Lake sponsoring a trip June Magnolia M. The at the Nell ROOM Motor Hotel Observed
on Saturday
and male members cf the laity Friends welcome. This Is the one, big social
McKelton, guest superintendent. The evening speaker will be are bus will leave the church at
will move In Important roles event of the Week and all who
Mrs B.W. Williams .
teacher
t Rev. D.B.:Barnes i paltor,wIDI' Jacksonville, second, vice for the various activities Holsey Temple 9 a.m. Earlier stops will be would attend are urged to send Grunt Memorial
Forty-fifth and Dodge, 6 a.m.;
make remarks throughout the day. The young their reservations Immediatelyto
president of the General State
\ service Mrs. will 1621 Hurst Place, 830. The. Father's Day will be observed
m the morning people present a special Mt.VemonAvemnA.ME.Chireh.mTMt. .
Baptist Convention Mrs. Rose
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Theresa Donald will preside. B. Barrow will present the program at 4:30 The Laymen's Will Celebrate church .located at 1900 Block Vernon throughout the day at Grant
The devotional period will be widely known speaker C.W. WRITTEN Brotherhood will be In charged West Fourth A later stop will Avenue, Columbus, 0111o.Dr.A. memorial A.Y.E. Church be-

headed by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Vivian Copeland will votlonal services at lla.m. the evening presentations.The Women's be at Lewis and Stockton at C. Brogdoo pastor and Chair- ginning with the Sunday Chord

the Prayer Band. The processional sing. Mrs. Jewel Jones will Following the sermon by the morning worship beginsat Day .9.30.: Mrs Julia M. Haynes man of the Banquet; Arthur School at 9.30: with A.V. Rose,
: will be "Marching to make observations. Mrs. U a.m. and will be high reporter. Rev. FJD. Davis is Brown 1* Co-chairman. Priceof superintendent, along with hU
Mary pastor or an appointee, baptism Holsey Temple CUE Church,
Hon." Mrs Alice Card will .pastor & staff of officers and teachers
Brooks and Mrs. Carr;as well will be observed. Candidateswill lighted by a message centered 1200 East Third, Rev. D.A. Banquet tickets is $ .00.
give the scrlptual reading.Mrs. as Mrs. Stoweres, will take. be those who were converted .around the theme for the day. McElvln pastor, will celebrate Many actors enter Into making At the 10.43 worship periodthe
Carrie Armstrong will give the the offertory. during a twoweekrevival Rev. James Carl Sams, pastor, Women's Day Sunday this one of the largest pastor will preach from

Occasion. Mrs. S.L.Badger will Mrs. Gray;chairman, and Mrs. conducted by Rev.,W.L. will deliver the sermon Services will begin with the Connectloul gatherings held the theme, "Standing For
give the missionary prayer and Finn, co-chairman, will make Williams, pastor of Bethlehem' Music will be by the choirs of Sunday School at 930.: Mrs. Pastor. recently In the A..E. Church Honors" and at 6.43 Rev. F.D,
supervise the offering. Mrs. remarks. Baptist At 3 p.m. Deacons the church. The BTU begins at Florll Anderson will be guest Folks will tie coming from allover Richardson, Sr will deliver
Gladys Shannon will give the Reports will come from the Robert R. Jones and Theodore S.45 p m. The evening worship. superintendent. Many women the 16 Episcopal Districts the message.
announcement. Mrs. Florlta Finance committee. Herbert Mitchell will conduct the devotional begins at 7 p.m. Weekly activities Will serve in other capacities to attend the Cornell of Bishlps' Choir No. 3 and Usher board
Smith will pray for the Grant Is chairman.Mrs.Gladys service The pastor or Include the Prayer cf Faith .among them being Mrs Nevada meeting and the General Board No. 3 WIII"n. throughout the

.......... incapacitated. Mrs Rose L.Barrow Shannon Is church clerk. Remarks his! appointee will deliver !the Hour Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Anderson Mrs. Reather .assemblage; this .will. be the day
will present the deacons will conduct the
: from Rev. and Mrs. prayer
fellowship message. Fellow- Morgan, Mrs. Edith Rill, Miss
: mistress of ceremonies Mrs. Barnes will close the day. shlDDlnt of members will follow !Battle ArmstrongMlssJacquty,

.. I: the message Music throughout ATLANTIC BEACH Johnson and Mrs Rose Lee And
Religion
/ litntiii Knit Students the day will be furnished by Weaver. -: I Racel
: the senior choir, Mrs. Elva "Mrs. Mary Roberts, 1790 The morning worshlpwill ,
Jones president and Mrs. Betty Frances, 246-2558, will serve begin at U a.m'Guest sabers
Y J 'J 1UDYWITH' DOCTOR IOIDEN Williams organist..Usher Board 'as 'agent for.:Atlantic'\ t Beach;: ',will"'cptne! ,from"W. _.Caatt; ,?.' BY NEGRO PRESS
; No.. 1, Mrs Dorothy Jones for the Florida Star! Mr*." :A prominent woman will speak:' 5' 7tP'lyttlBr'rTr' r
supervisor, will serve. All are Roberts should be contacted At 1 p..m. MUs Marlon Crafton' NORMAN; OUa,4PI)--Delegates attending a National Conference -
g; Dr. Bolden has returned to invited to this church "By the papers, which will be distributed will speak. St. Luke Choir No. on Extremism last weel recommended that the United
J r bis music studio and is side of the road." Mrs. C.B. by a school boy.'Allaews 2 will be the guest. Others wilt Methodist church "give top priority to meeting the needs of
accepting
r f students for the Fall term. WlleylecretarJ., should be In Mrs Roberts''possession appearA the black community and other minority communities In the U.'
"0' for mailing musical will be presented MRS. wm 8." recommendation suggested that this be effected through
Temple LodgeNo. TRIP AROUND THE WORLD. at 7 p.m. D. l the denomination's Board of Missions and its 320 million

; ,. Enroll Today On Friday at 7 pm the bus Officers for the day are: Mrs. Mrs. D.B. Barnes, above, will' Fund for Reconciliation.

: : 340 Plans will leave Roberts Mt. Pisgah Sarah Coley, chairman; Mrs. serve as Pastor-For-The-Day
j PiiiaYoiciTheirrjAccfTiitiY AME: Church, Atlantic Beach, Idalene Clark, cochairman; at Peace Missionary Baptist CHALLENGE

'" Family OutingWorshlp"Master for a trip Around the World. Mrs. Dorothy Pollard, chairman Church Sunday, June 22, ftt LONDomNPO-The Rev. Cnannlng Phillips, of Washington,
: .* Trinpet-SiiijIiiB-Clirliit. Many Interesting stops will be of young adults; Mrs. the mammoth Women's Day 'D. C., hurled a challenge to the World Council of Churches, at
o' t Earnest made Refreshments will be ,Lenora Stony, cochairman cf Services take place. Mrs. Its recent race consultation meeting. Declaring that "the
| : fiiitir-Driis-TroRkDii-Striiis Pierce announces that Temple served. The trip will be for the young adults; Mrs. Haftle Barnes is nationally known u a teaching of the* church today applicable only to the powerful -
i :, Lodge No. 340 will have its benefit of the King and Queen Cotton, Mrs Fannie Green, church worker Is superintendent who are white," he 1dc1 cI. "It Is time for the Council
.. ,Afrniiif.-Vtf.il Cutkiii family outing on June 21. The contest, July 29. Contestants Mrs. Eola Green and Mrs. Eva of the Peace Missionary to update Its policy on race'
: bus will leave from the Masonic are Mrs. Sarah Payne, Mrs. Mae Gilbert, finance. Sunday School and holds officesIn
: Also Temple, <410< Broad at 9 AME DEATH
a.m.
Bertha Weaver, Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert, secretary local, state and national
: SECRETARIAL SCIENCE COTCJSE and return at 6 p.m. The meeting Key, Mrs. Mossurla Pace; ; Mrs Eola Green,treasurer circles in the Baptist denomination. LOB ANGELES-NPO)--Funeral services were conducted both

> > BUSINESS: ADMINBTRATION COURSE will be at Magnolia Lake. Julius Howell, Charlie ; Mrs Jennet Cameron, The church Is located at In New York and Indianapolis for Dr. Ford Gibson, secretary

$. CASHIER SALES CLERK COURSE Williams, Jr., Leroy Jackson tap; Mrs. Julia King, MrsJennett Van Buren and Jessie. All are treasurer, AME church's department cf missions, who died
.! HOSPITAL AIDS COURSE Friendly, West Side and Theodore Martin, Mrs. Cannon,directory,Mrs. Invited. Rev. D.$. Barnes is suddenly on a visit to he West Coast to attend the dedication
E.5 ;' HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM Ullle Mae Arnold Is sponsor. Edna McElvln, pastor-tor-the- pastor of a new church In the d nomination. Only recently returned,
C Union Ref it II Hour Roberts Mt. Pisgah congratulates day; Mrs Birth Griffen, assistant from a tour of West Africa, Dr. Gibson had been in his AME
It .. the graduate* of the Jacksonville pastor. Pride Of Macao post only months.

C AppHtltloo Deadline Aug. 19,. The.Frl.1II ly Weat Side Ushers Beach elementary- Captains-are Mrs Sarah .
Union will have Its revival hour Junior high school No. 1<<. Mr. Coley, Mrs. Laura Haynes, No. 186 MeetsAt UNVEILINGBOSTONNPlThe
\ Sunday at 2:45 p.m. in the New Theodore W. Montgomery Is Mrs Lenora Storey Mrs. statue of the Black Christ was nn-
BOLDENS COLLEGE OF MUSIC, NC. Bethel AME Chnrch.Rev.Jonesis principal Prof. ".L. Carter la Claudine Harold, Mrs Idalene Elks Temple yield recently at an Integrated worship service In All Saints
!| thIS W. 20th Street pastor. Mrs Thelma Harris sponsor of the class and the Clark, Mrs. Blrtha Grltfen, Lutheran church. The status was dedicated by the Rev. VernonE.
Pride Macao Temple No.
of
| 354-OOOG 355-9722 356-6465 will emcee. F. Alback Is presi- classroom teachers, Duncan U. Mrs. En Mae Gilbert and Mrs 186 will meet ,June 19 at 712 Carter "For the sake of giving the Black man a new imaged
dent. Fletcher Snior Senior High Fannie Green. himself, and represents the end of the concept cf a white
SchooL Neptune Beach has Mr. West Duval at I p.m Daughter Christ.'

FA.A.Doggett u principal.Commencement Need Seen Ruler Mrs. Battle James asks
speakers all daughters to be present NAYS VERSUS ATENASHVILLR4IPIThe

If#- Weddings Are Beautiful were u:cell en t.Gradmtes, Business Importance will be Rev. James ... Lawson, chairman,
members of Mt. Pisgah, are : For New Breed: transacted. Queen B. Williams Black Methodists for Church Renewal, looks upon the "Black

A Thomas V. Davis, only Black Is reporter. Manifesto" u a "serious proposal for constructive work
honor student Duncan Brenda' The conclusion has been Black people "However
among thiscoumtry Chicago cler0-
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"SEE YOUR ENTIRE IN BEAUTIFUL COLA< Fiiil Kites
i' ; WEDDING Davis, Susie A. Kitchen, and reached(hat young people do nott men of the United Presbyterian Church,U.S.A., the Synagogue
Steve Scott Rev. R.J. Arnold want to ting the songs which Council of America, and ....J1onI1.Jt.... Community Relation
F-- Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE Is pastor. have been used over the years 'Advisory council, have turned thumbs down on the idea, because

Contact MrsMary Roberts, In churches. "the polarisation and breakdown in communication between

GIVE YOU THESE'SERVICES" 1790 Frances, 246-2958. Therefore, the Hymn Society racial groups."

cf America, a kind cf regulatory WNASCIAL'25)NEW :

1. C.P.S. COLO PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) IN MEMORIAM organisation. Is trying tofind .
YQ.U-NPJ-
musicians who can write P. sevenyearold United Church of

I M 2. COMPLETE: NEWSPAPER:: PHOTO SERVICE words and music which night Christ's program of citizenship education, conducted eon-
: Junction with Soothers Christian
Influence young people to want- LeadershlpConference,has
'= :; 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING to sing.Aa received.ft grant cf 150,000 from Co,. Nelson A..Rockefeller.
effort Is being made to

":: :-.' 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY get away from the alleged stuffiness
,
i of songs..Epkims Your Questions
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'::. :. 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES"E 1a001CEi i T,, B8

AfciilbfcWorship Final rites will be held for
6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH
BRIDE AND GROOM .
; Abeat Tie
Booker T. Buss, 2S21 Janette Niigbb.rbeidServices '
Street Saturday at Mt Ararat' .
7. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE. Two
Weeks Baptist Church at t p.. Rev.
;'FRANK BIRD Dallas J. Graham wW Program
8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING offfCW.
ARRANGEMENTS .. 'There Iii Ji Hawthorne Fla. .The hUeMr.RwsdiedonJooe Ifollowing
a time, we k>foui'idwhen ,
a period of fitness.Be Be Answered.Frlday
A Will
place, we know
not '
9. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED For two-weeks all servicesfor was a member of ML Ararat.
\ y when; which marks the destiny '
cf men To glory the Ephesw Seventh-day .Survivors are Rebeccawidow;
S "WE 1MPUOHEYOU TO CHECK WITH ANY OF OUrt PAST. la loving memory or despair of By' Adventist Church win be held I la ''Sons. Arlester Ross, Rooseveltand June 13 Chaaael. 7

husband, Frank R. Byrd who Hawthorne. Once a year Adventists Byrd; DaqIItn..1WJ Lee,
I BKIDES OR GKOOMS ON PHOTO SATISFACTION" pMsed away one year ago.June from the states of, Helen Louise Berth; 1IoCIItr,
JZ, 1968. Re bade BO 1IIt.1ut'lun.lI Florida. Georgia, North and Mrs. Annie Rus, Panama City;
South Carolina, come II.., Brothers, Rev. A.Z. RUM,
.f I. ", dUta-Uevenjay Camp-meeting session from. Bathes City; Sisters, Thelma
.1 "Goodbye. He was gone before On "Feed Back'9CoN

Bob Smith Studio. why.we knew Oar It hearts and God ache only In loneliness know June embers 12 to are 21.dwelling During this In centos time .Mrlck McKesson, Pallle city RMS; ,Fary.. Panama Bell

now since and tents In the beautiful outdoor City; MarIeM.S.llivaaSoblle;
UZZ WORTH MYRTLE AVENUE 768-3200 We shall remember you are you gone.and surroundings of two lakes.' Mother-in-law. Annie Bryant; '
., love you no matter .how World wide speakers: leading Brothers-in-law, William 3535543loftreea
long.
i j t OFFICE: HOURS Mrs. Paillne Byrd widow misters! sad doctors bring Dor ey, Earllne Rua, Dorothy
RMS, Salutes City Tea grandchildren -
Children, Brtgttt.keneq cages of nope and Inspiration '
ti DAILY jtoo To 6:00: SAT. t SUN. 10:00 TO 1:00.II'. Awf Lusear Byrd ? to all who attend. great aint,nephews, 7' I
Mother
Mrs
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CLASH OF FORCES .i I
'ID -.Th tiny',but prosperous Southeast Aslaa state (;

of Brunei is finding Itself la the midst of a tq Ii war ore
4b ; r s whether to become Independent from British nit or not. OBoot
1 ; 1 band, leaden of this country want to rtmala outer the

umbrella of British protection; while the gnawing bat ttUl
led : weak Brnoel Peoples Independence party wants to be fret of
Iill.- British Influence now. Britain plans to pull out Its defense

forces by the end of 1971, a fact which has the country's leaders
.
;a, upset. But the BPIP claim that Britain is only faking and dots
E. J.'v' 'J'f, r' not want to pull out. *

ItI /' '..
I. "WHITES VS BLACKS" KICK ,

It ; ., JOHANNESBUKG-NPQ Republic Day, May II rolled-
tL 1! around the white minority government of South Africa la
111 .. "' ''.>>Jo,.,..,. renewedits plea to every white couple to "hire larger and

sa .er larger families." whIle trying to brainwash Black Africans

g, to limit their family site. The government's hope is that

1rc vuLae within some 20 or more years,.it will be able.to reduce
the disparity in numbers between Blacks and whites, which

IiIt "' Florida AiM University through! Its faculty and administration,, 'Kanjo Inone, visiting art professor, la on the campus. Here, .,of New York City is shown presenting a check to Miss Irene currently sits at 19.1 million to U million respeeU"11.WHO'S .

1.I' % is constantly exploring new. areas of teaming. In the picture' la tilt centerpicture,he performs demonstration Inter monies Mandexter, associate professor of accounting, for t l1n the
A: at the left University students are watching Roger E. Morrison during a workshop session. Looking co with the students Is strengthening of the Department of Accounting Th, check is "INTRACTABLE'SALISBURY.
If ''' 'center, technical representative of Chemco Photo Products, Dr. Kenneth! Belttel left, professor of art education at Penn for 1000. Looking on area C.C. Cunningham directr of the Rhodesia-QiPQ-Rhodeslan Premier Ian Smith

..Jacksonville demonstrate a phase of color separation. Theo State. Dr. Batten has been named the most outstanding art FAMU Placement Off Ice,and Richard Marshall,FAMUjaduatenow Is accusing the British government of being "Intractable"in
4I" I young man on the left Is Lan J Williams from Mlcanopy educator in the United States by the National Art Association : with the accounting firm. Accounting firms nave coo, its refusal to let the white minority retain its control over

f 1I '.>, Decovan Brown, on the right, Is from Jacksonville and is a Both are lecturing at FAMU. the picture io therighTlto5err trlbuted $13,000 to the Department of Business this year I government when It becomes a republic. Smith wants the
** graphic arts technology major From. WeIR reaches of Japan: Samson of the Arthur Young Certified Public Accountants Firm -- Photos by' Fillyau. 225,000 whites to be undisputed lords over the four million
;, e+ trr Blacks, and has advocated 100 per cent approval of a new constltutlon -

rs :b More. Rates Will Be Changed All Graduates Of. .BCC. Black Teachers ,e Ulu.lJOIIII which scheduled would pro/I for June this 20.rule. Referendum on the



For Students !I. SeptemberTALLAHASSEE And Delegates WHEN YOU ARE"ILL "

.
FLA. -..(FAMU)---The cost of getting an' :

education at Florida AIM. University is going up. Effective .{, You Seek The Best Doctor,'
r't with the summer Quarter which begins June 12th. fees for food 't"; Plan III Meet When Your Doctor Prescribes-

services, dormitory housing, and laundry services will beIncreased. ,. get Experienced Pharmacists '
: Black teachers administrators '
,
,,
Registration fees will go up In Setember. To Fill
w. Prescriptions accord
:'k i students parents, and
M.
Rev G. lilies
deaaof the cost per hour in line with community workers concerned log 'To,Your Doctor', '! Orders.
students at F FAMU said several State and Federal laws,we had with strengthening the We use Only\ The Best Quality '
factors caused the
I Deed for
'I an i'I
salaries and ,Drugs
increase IIe to Increase rettrement role of education In the black
*'* f miff i jyj
tithe three auxiliaries commultwWCoDvtrpCD Dr. c. K. BlackProprietor
,
In August of 1961 the State
'tt, 'of Florida raised the minimum.. of housing food and laundry. / 'I'II I Atlanta, Georgia for the second
w Some employees received substantial I '
salary of the lowest National Conference called by
paid employer
e to $3125 raises the National Association for 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You.
per year, saidMiles
dV.I The recommendations for the
African-American Education
February 1st of last
u er,I, the Federal Minimum Wage year Increased rates were made by (NAAAE). The Conference will -A COMPLETE LINE OF_
the university's Direct Action meet from 20
August through
.
.. rose from $125 per hour too
fj a $UO and on February 1st of Council Committee composed of August 24. Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles

this year It rose to $1.80 per both students and faculty Preston Wilcox, the national SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS '
frI .hour members. The committee chairman of the organization.U .
.,'J' In order to bring dance and members were appointed by sued the call We are attempting -, CALLED FOR AND
,
-J. FAMU President Benjamin L. to, define and create a DELIVERED- 1

'I College Head Receives Perry Jr. Student members of truly black educational agenda
the committee were recommended : and a climate which meets and
"r to the president by stimulates the aspirations and

':II Honorary Degrees Alga Hope president of the needs of the black community. Lilly's Drug Store
Student Government Association The conference theme, THEmE
"' at the time. TUB TIME focuses on ,
NEW ORLEAN3-NPl--Dr. Mites wen t on to say. ..Tbt' new black perspectives and creative ,

Xavier Norman Francis, president, compulsory purchasing of meal Spec "I recognition was given to the family of Barry L.,Burney, Jr, Class of 1946 during the black solutions pressing
J University, wasbonored books for students living on 85th Annual Commencement. of Bethane-Cookman College, Daytona Beach this week The ,educational problems. Key issues rtltStlaylore
with of doctor of lars 1
a degree G
campus "will be dropped, Burneys are the fourth complete family to graduate from Bethune-Cookman College. Shown before this yeax'susemblyare
( ) VlUanova university "
honorary by effective June 12. JtudenJ .above from, left to rlghtare. Harry m, ((1965), Mrs. Burney Q947), President Richard Y.T expected to Include commJ, !
and June 11 be will be
honored on in similar, moral and..welfare are areas Moor' presenting the, wds,Sandra,member of)this year's graduating class and Mr. Burney,, unity control of schools back trslul... I "
a manner walcbmm studett unrest oar ft Administrative' Assistant DrMoore.;Mr. college admissions,,.'
uvu studies
] urne principal ofMUe'leton High School,, :.
.1, !than. similar degree by the campssegCompulsloalastrongly 'Crescent' City for mote than 30 years HeIs also an official In the Florida Education the dormitory issue, Job protection HWNiOV'. STUE-361 HOfiJlH'Jr.FATHER'S : 1

E' College of the Holy Cross, reseated by the Association Mrs Burney; Is a teacher at Crescent City Elementary School. Harry in, Acaptain health and nutrition

I, Worcester, Mass. students of today. In" the US Army has just returned from Vietnam, Sandra plans to enter Florida Atlantic and graduate and professional DAY
Francis Is the and
first Negro Under the new plan students ,University, Boca Raton.I l> studies
the first layman to bead the will have three alternatives for

,I I New Orleans Catholic University. eating In the University UNDAY, JUNE 15th

He holds the degree of Commons. They may purchase Or... League Helps Former
A.B. from Xavier and Is a meal books for $5Z.(eOPer Giiiif to Summer

graduate of the law school of month buy meal tickets to be I

r Loyola- University.New Or leansDeeDee used at each meal, or purchasetheir Welfare Mother To Succeed ,.,;

,; meals on a pay U you go 1 NEW YORK N.Y.i-less thana LQ. was low. School in Tallahassee?

Warwick bout Coupons may be used year ago 22-year old Kathleen The NULwhicb has long since .
either on a full or part time Drew was unskilled, separated learned that achievement Is +;

j Theory The basis. from her husband, the mother often limited by the expectations Be sure to vi.ItS 'i 'rwr
Students desirous of havingtheir :
have decided
of three small children and one has learned to
.Seifs She Sins laundry done In the uni :living on.welfare. But a peat- that failure In this case ,
.
versity's laundry will pay deal has changed since then. was not Mrs. Drew's failure
C $20.00 per quarter--$60.00 per Today she Is a skilled but a failure of the educatorsand >
CHCAGO. Dee Dee Warwick school This is Increase.. /
year. she bad
at Wester personnel
secretary working : guidance N
Is "
making things happen ocher
D) of $18 or 15.1 per cent a yover Electric, one of the many firms encountered and she ,was without
own, any help but with
rl( last year. City student that turned her down when she admitted to the Secretarial!
a lot of talent. Dee comes from Student Rousing
b may also have their laundry don'I was without skills She's earning Training Course In spite of the
3 a musical family. TheDrlnkardSingers on campus, but campus students well over $COO per month test results + One Quarter Contract

were famous, family- will have priority.The and is being named "Studentof At the end of the first weeks + Free But Service i

tied, and parental. There were dormitory rates were the Year" at graduation exercises of full-time study, and having + Our Own Food Service.
her mother, her toats and raised from $80 to $90 per May 27, of the Natlonal -, bad no previous secretarial + Carpeted Room
uncles. There were also theGospelAirs
I quarter, an Increase d 252 Urban League Se training. Mrs. Drew got a B- +( Semi Privote'Both
teen
a t a gospel per cent over last year. Air- cretarlal Training Program. plus In Stenography with aspeedof + Air Conditioned

Iit I conditioned dorms are $10 But the transition was not (Owords-per-mlnute;B-plus + Regular Mold S.vlcoLln.n

.. higher per quarter, easy, When Mrs. Drew heard In Typing with a speed of 60 f Service 1

C I of the NUl/s Secretarial Training words -per-minute; B-plus In + Heated Swimming poo
Gels
Muslim Program, she took the entry Office Practice; and A-mlnus
+ Bathe
examinations and failed them In Business English. She was Sauna s
Sispended Sentence flat. Directors of the Program hired by Western Electric and + Weight Room )

"e I CHICAGONThe( : grand' however, suspected something continued her classes two nights + Game Room ,

)I son of Black Muslim Leader was wrong and In aa effort a weal; I t Color TV IyNgon

:x Elijah Muhammad has been to learn whether the test rte White.Mrs. Drew was studyingfull Lot US lorv YOUj'

given a, sospendud 30-day suite represented a true. readIng time, her mother took care
.
S sentence on contempt of court of her abilities or whether of her three children during the OSCEOLA HALL
charges.' something else was happening day, with Mrs Drew returning 500 Chapel. Drive

.:" Herbert Muhammad Jr., was,talked with her at length She home each night by 6:00 to feed, T..Mah....., Florida
r. volunteered the Information that love, play and deal with her ,
given the sentence after .... Phono (904) 222.5010
Muhammad told Circuit Court her IQ. was low. They asked CONTINUED'ON PAGE 10 M I

Judge Bernard Feldman that what It was. "

her estranged husband bad "1 don't know," she said,"but /roDUC Of 6.t.A. too ttrirK tnmtt mmuT N s ctuN! th I't a'' o ale .p N N'N .h'' 'i,,
attacked her on two occasions my teachers always told me I *'
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sine the Judge Issued aa Injunction was very nice bat not to worry U., .
directing both myself taking commercial and '
H parties .'academic subjects because I ," .: > ?;
i_DEE .ARW1tD4 to abstain from abusive con' .,t. :tJ..1t ",
duct. ,couldn't learn quickly since my .. tl. ," ... 1"I'>
'proui that bfeluded Dee fee ...;;1'" {f',""
..ad her sister D1o .
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Aad so, gospel nude became !{ .. .
ter first love '" always I .;\,{,; l'i.t "',:...,.
She will read your entire" Of e-pat,present and '1" ,, "' 'l'/ f....
.waofedbe sing gospel lid be "
future She 't 'i'f
asks no questions but will tell C"
'' you ;'
A* best at tt. vaidtheyoeag
ad '. "gospel( fre "" That you want to know, giving dates and facto of S'
s she
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walntss love J .
health .
and
family affairs.Will ;
ceataeed 'you slag M kard Nip you find lad art. Tells you whom you will 1 '" halts In two ttjjlcs
load
u yoi wan ,as as yon want,
I marry and when ft the one you love Is true. what :
for u long u yw want,Man to do to be successful.Will
.
reunite the separated. i; ,
of has to belt *fAt
yon
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause !i BAN-ION SHIRTS3for
II years Dee Dee was slag, happiness s
between man and wife. Helps make ,[
tag in the Hew Hope Church ;
lovers'
up quarrels Tells If I
sickness bad
and '
choir. Dlonne played the organ. JEAN WILLIAMS, DELIGHTFUL YOUNG DRESS DESIGNED
luck are natural enemies If *
or there Is evil
an
One day at the ABJX**, Dee tanwnce. Does not ten to trutt "I don't believe In'Bubble.Gum'fasblon-.the kind
Dee and 61.. were asked to please yon,but will tell the One
lilt will repay you for disappointments In aU others. She will : that's In today and out tomorrow.For clients 8
jm la oo a recording date for read your life UU my 1 88
M book
open but also out of
another background singer who help you your, .
I
TROUDW. Comt IIId tM why" you are so unhappy, when, design the smooth classics that suit them best.
Dee Dee made It. So
in.
win did Dlonne. lick everything and sums to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted; Maybe that's why I choose Gordon's Gin. It's always 2.99ii..
worried
Bight BOW Dee Dee'sslagterecord'Foolish rbar Consulting: when TUB you GIFTED can be helped MEDIUM.and everything Everybody made wel' smooth,always dry, which suits my taste best? '

Fool" for Mere 0:1IIII't. MO MAIL'' ANSWERED. I make no house caUs Don't II S Choom: a cluHMc placket neck pullover or mock lurtlonrt -
Is one of the hottest brak- mllltWt CORDON GIN,CREATED IN LONDON, ENGLAND IN 1769. .
art
, wRhBkitsapNmadla r.JIIhIA,is ad rsue.IM3M Bf3IIIIJa 1 located aorta of BIGGEST SELLER IN ENGLAND.AMERICA,THE WORLDGordon's : 'k, They keep ihelr shape even after many
e. U.I. II, I/3 mile from City 01 Ca11ahu, 'Ior1da t machine wmliing. Wide of colon. S-M-L-XL.
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,last becoming pop smash u_ MIl,.., I'lll.za ; ." ,
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KWIUCRSKNUIFRONroFHOUBE-Aerossthe ;
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Salad Ballad For Dads and Grads Sadie To Say The Least Peach Advisory lord Notes


,- Recipes For Tkat Soiciiess

The Cling Peach AdYIJorr Bard ct 151 Market Street,
SaD Francisco: tau released recipes: which are Jut thee thlDC.
Any IIouInlfl cu prepare UIeII tasty d1Ihea, qulct11.almply.
end e xpUttloasty.S*! UM picture w till tMi pap
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,see r'I' SAUCE TRIO Cheese Nut 1/1 cup milk;
r State: 1/4 cup orange Juice;
\. \, ',,' I, 1 package (I oOeretmcbeesei 1 teaspoon orange rind;

{: \'. L"J' I 1/4 tahl.1pOCIII1I11t1 cap neural tatter 1 cup whipping! cream,whipped.

: 'li'O << Orange Cream:
VI cap honeys
."" j. Soften cream cbe.... SUr la Combine cornstarch, sugar
/ .. ... peanut butter aid bone? and salt In sauce pan. Mil well.
A'\ "',, !: :: I"{ /:: '\,.,... until milk smooth Makes about 1 IIcupt Gradually stir la milk, orange
..i/.o". > juice and rind. Cook, stirring
'
Be-
until thlcbened.
\ ,! lemon-Honey Cram constantly
1 cup Soar Cream more from heat and beat In
,.1/1:
1 2 tablespoon boner; egg. Return to beat and cookS
t.. 1 tablespoon lemon Juice minutes. Cool. Fold Into
,I Whit U to rare a a day in June! School'i out. the rout.r. Combine all Ingredient and whipped cream. Kales: quart .
In bloom end Old Glory flutters In the warm summertime 9 stir until smooth.Makes I cap. Serve any of these sauces
,hreete. Jun. bring<< with It Father's Day and a crop of Irnhyoullllr.du.tl'l. Orange Cream ever chilled canned cling peach
Tim. to celebrate. Plan an extra special din. ,. slices or halves or trait cock
net for dada and grads, or a celebration lunch with this I '- 2 teaspoons cornstarch; tail, A .( 1 D 11 OL)'CaD
main dish salad.Splrndlfrroiu. 1/4 cup l1J&U'iDu1a ;
.plenditeroua' *: salt ..n.'to I.
Meat.Potato Saladtablespoon I -I -
fJ i//!
I mediant. apple an and diced .
"''l lemon juice _. Easy Summ.r Casserole f
1 rap (rftoter, evoked meal, cubed (melt a> beef,steak, '1.
,t chicken, veal, lamb, fork, ham) Pert and bold an the California ripe olivei that stand point-
Vl sup diced celery, -.0 / edlyt the,end-of,,these stuffed frankfurters Their meaty','., r
I cop cubed, cooked potatoes / ) i'r:,:!: texture and dramatic dark accent add a unique emphasis to the
.S hard-cooked egg, diced : : rice and sour cream stuffing' For an informal supper, serve
.
1 tap cooked'peat and carrots ". : this frankfurter casserole with tomato salad and iced tea,
1 medium. tomato, rut I Into. wedge* .:, 1\ tr.Ia.R" California ripe olives are the perfect: warm weather food. Asa '
...* Wertem 1et..I"a.. '." ; quick snack, or u an ingredient in salads, sandwich fillings,
V4 cup real mayonnalaatfv'l "':"''it: "%it sauces, or with meats and poultry, npe-olives add a delicious
cup dairy tour cream ;:, ) 1., ... nut-like flavor.Good for calorie counters,too.
14 tablespoons prepared milliard. !I
1 I..poo".1t t '
U teaspoon pepper ,

Sprinkle apple with lemon jalre. Arrant apple, cubed. meal .. -; 1

celery. ., potatoes, eggs,.cooked. pen and eartola and tomato In a Sometimes It'. so simple to serve something so elegant and peach halves and fruit cocktail are offered 1I'WI'u assortment b fi .
bowl lined llbH .
salad trtern iceberg lettuce Blend mayonnaise, -.,..
{/ tour cream, prepared milliard, salt and. pepper. Serve o.., out of he ordinary that It'. Just plain foolish not to. The Sauce of dessert sauces that are easy toprepare and each so different .
;
( ..I... Makes 6 ,,"In... Trio Is a perfect example. Colorful, always available, cling that almost everyone will want to try them all I The Ingredients ;'
art easy to assemble and, of course as long u yon have
t cling peaches and fruit cocktail on your pantry,shelf you're
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Women's'Talk ready to go. -

I 1 EDGEWOODAYE.

B'STOltEJACKSoNVILL Cheese And Bacon Muffins ,

BEACH. _STORE Will Melt .In Your MouthWant

MARKETS IAN nI BY w.TTIE OLIN-NPJ' to fix a surprise "1 love you" for a apecial) family break
SU P.E R fast? Cheese and bacon may not found romantic, but they go to
And now a blender that cooks?.* 'make a sublime muffin which will i put your message across.
,, In reading the Instructions., Cheese end Bacon Muffins just take a little loving care You
\ and "gul kW'' recipes of the start with a basic muffin recipe and add chopped crisp bacon and
cook 'n' stir crushed Cheer cracker Light, glorious and easy, and they'U
10-speed Casserole
Benson California Ripe Olive Frankfurter ,
in town!
:. discovered It not onlydoes make you the most popular girl
I
blender,
SDGAR CURED HICKORY SMOKED SHOULDER $BOILING things but is Cheese and Bacon Muffins 1/2 cup canned pitted 1/4 teaspoon silt
many
tlmesaver many u will 1 cup flne Cheer crumbs, 3 thin slices bacon, crisply California ripe olives 1 teaspoona prt-
a about Vi of 6/.ounce box cooked, drained and minced 1J4 cups cooked rice pared mustard
BACON ...Just Imagine cooking raw y'cup milk U cup sifted flour 12 frankfurters
PICNICSL13.45 ingredients at the same time vou ,1 egg, beaten 1 Vi teaspoona double acting 1/3 cup commercial sour cream 6 slices processed
chop mlc or blend! and some 2 tablespoons butter, melted baking powder 2 teaspoons minced onion American cheese
meals can be served directly and cooled tI teaspoon salt
19* from blender to table eliminating Crush crackers into fine crumbs between sheets of waxed Preheat oven to 400 F. Cut ripe olives into chunks Mix,
," that bad scene washing paper. Stir milk Into crumbs and let stand 10 minutes. Add with next S Ingredients Split frankfurters lengthwise, cutting
<,!tlll .. LB, ., .countleis cooking units! butt rand,.bacon;]beating well Sift flour,', baking powder sni almost through Arrange 6 frankfurters in shallow baking dish.
,
('sJ qA "J.. ,". ( salt ;sltr top until Just Tfloiatened Do not
'A together; Put about / olive-rice mixture each frankfurter.
$ w.. .;.I. ." t. The Urge-bottomed decanter Divide trfV 1/3/ cup ripe on
'beat or overmlx. in largemuffin tine <2% Inched dpameter .
Top each with f/2 slice of cheese.Covet with remaining frank.
shape of the carafe Oar), balanced ; ) oiled on bottom oUy. :'Baku in pr -heated hot oven t
furters and cheese Secure ends with Bake 1045
carefully designed until well risen, and toothpicks.
.. handle (425) for about 25 minutes or browning
pouring Up and no-mar shrinking from sides Remove from tins and serve hot. .minutes or until browned. Garnish with ripe olives. Makes 6
I Insulated "feet" make the cook Yield 6 muffins servings.

'n' stir (or) an Ideal way to
( ;; serve food prepared It with- .,.
I SHORTENING. out using additional serving
; WNAIItiOSTAIN
FLA... GRADE A MEDIUMEGGS I
dishes.The :
BAKE RITE BAKE-RITE heating unit remains warm. to
up to approximately one half SHOP ,ANI
hour, to keep foods hot for
serving The half-hour can be. $
extended by turning the 'Hot/ GRADE 'A' QUICK FIOIAN
.1? 1 49* I D02. 29 Cold" selector to' Hot'' and ArD1V2n2u
,, .. 3 LfJ. CAN IN CTI setting temperature at 110-U4 ?

degrees The carafe Is made of ovenware Uii .t.EQUESTA FRYER

type temperature- ; RAIN
resistant glass which is
1
DETERGENT marked off In cups and ounces

LIMIT 1 WITH $J OR, 'dMORE and edge contains stainless' beatlr.atedlafetr.teelcuttlnc" ;: BREASTS

:BOLD FOOD ORDER GT. 59 blades.While some blenders have

PKG. straight sides or taper inward
toward the bottom the cook'n' Aden
stir 'torroldal action' constantly The that $ '
store LIo.OX,
draws food downward oeedMe 5 ,199'
into the blades for more uniform -
about !
blending cares you YNII .
The following appears to be a '
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tasty and Interesting little June 14. I

'quickie ANN PAGE .
BLUE PLATE BURGER "STEW' BUNS QT. AR. 49"
MiyoiMise
large onion
MAYONNAISE 1/2 green pepper BIG "SUPEH-JRIGHT" 2HANEI LF

1-1/2 2 tablespoons pounds ground salad oil beef 5,11.1';;, ; ', '.3 $1 COOKED HAMS' La SY

1/3 cup catsup JANE PARKER REGULAR sl ICED' "Super-Right" WESTERN BEEF

BIuR yontaltlK plate 1 1 2 can teaspoon tablespoons.((10-1/2 salt 01.prepared) chicken mustard White ,iil a.i 2 rooz10AVES- 49$ HUCI.STEAI. ,i.,

A., 45 gumbo soup
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1/2 cup water or broth EXTRA 1 81'BC 1
,;QT, Set "hot'.350degrees. ;NT
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fi; : J' "Blend"
I Put onion and
green pepper
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*'iii' in 20 carafe seconds(jar). Press N. blend Gli :

BLUEBIRD 2. Tarn to stir' Add oil,
cook ( minutes. Press 12 for r e: '
GRAPEFRUIT an instant once or twice., .
si S. Add ground beef cook until
fat JUICE CRISCO OIL29 meat loses all redness .CfWfi59'
,
: 4. Add seasonings, soup and ; yl t ,,'
water Press M, blend 10 '
i 44.02. CAN$9$.r LIMIT 1 WITH JS OR MORE FOOD ORDER' seconds I Bortood I
% Tarn to stir."Turn (/ A' -.
"temperature selector' to 212degrees. -order_. '"! *.. \
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e. Cook until mixture thickens, I
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\
1
; _. POTATOES about 28 minutes. Press 13
often for a'.<* seconds '
1NLISB'JRbG [PRKallUMQaAUTT) t
mFI'tQ 10,LB.: 7. Spoon over toasted suit bum. .,
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j t i'b ;; FLOUR BAGMORTON 4S\'. Serves, *I >* TUDOR_ BEER 1: i

r r ) One Minute Quick-N 0'...for

Twol .
BEST}:: SAL 1 I/3 antes whiskey

,,\1 .::.Jim? a, &lOZ, w 1 2 teaspoon eggs sugar

\ .r ,.:::;'....::.. 4 ,PICG. '251a.. S ounces milk .
ill 1NBftHSD LB. I Ice cubes, GOLDENIIIPE FBEJIliEEBERG:: ', ;mMIU i !

./ .\ FLOUR r VAN CAMPS Nutmeg '
Set "Cold".;" Bananas Lettuce ;
: SleDd"I 121"i l
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J Into Press '
nutmeg carafe 19
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Clairol Dots Th Job Fss Iou For Hilidiesi fashions At A Glance

r :I I f BlackHeaded MATTIE COLIN

--iJ t On/ of the most popular Items among Aw campus crowd, the
"sweater it getting longer and longer Both pullover and
\) cardigan have reached an all-Ume low- that Is In length?
Beauty Can Choose : In the tangles flatness baa replaced bulky stitching; then
are ribbed midriffs,belts and patches of leather. K
i Texture and color play an Important rale Lines are bask
\ "J and the newer fabrics are smooth,particularly coats and soltsfe
Own ...... \ melton and flannel &
Her StylingThe \ Many of the latest outfits are referred to 1J some de.lpei
t It I IW Ir as the "1969's version of the suit'' which apparently oM
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:'" to replace the conventional two-piece combination of Jacktt
black summer-beaded beauty has a lot of hair-styling ., and skirt. X
options for her choosing this season. :, ... .... .. ;'; The youthful swinging version of the sportswear look In

The secret word Is control.- is a little ll111iti sod sorter. ,fi If' sleeveless "Jumper" tunic over blouse and skirts and fat
and It comes from simply adding the other u all-over curly ; ",, many pants as can be paired< an tnfussy summer-proof top. .,short-cropped and set on :) .. .f.. tops. *
hairstyle to a first-rate hair u many 3/4 rollers U It takes :*' ;:. ,. It's not necessarily what your wardrobe "!s''. .but rather
cut. GLAMOUR'S June issue. to cow the bead. :t h:. .; 'Ji\\ how you put It "together". and the sleeveless vest Is t valid
tells all about these marvelous This year's summer-shlneoT \\:' !\ ,''' part of cane "togetherness!!
summer heads bow to keep .race has the look of nothing more ,,! l'>::: "":."i'. J'i'"y .. You "do your thing" simply by starting with the basic!
the sheerest shimmer of oil!!". ,,'.' 'L' '''','.'\''''':. ,' shirt and skirt and add the all-Important
than '
the shape sleek and natural and ".i4\ ." '. : ,." ". .7(;.." .. vest..plaln of daiiTIng
how to fresh-think for t sheer transparent color..a polished ,,' :. .and then bring on the belt, buttons or both. .;
skin look. alabaster look that's sensational These big switchers In addition to giving you a different and
Try the marvelous look of the oa any skin color It toes I .fashionable change are economical as well
asymmetrical bead done with a Tb.effeaJ Utrement. y i great outdoors looks greater with great-looking coremps, Switchable separates help yon to have an extensive wardrobe
of hair off:,0ljr'iit.lf..-as U you that Is not prohibitive In price
clean, sleek sweep such a* this she, sweater-shirt, knitted of Creslaa acrylic
the face and to one side. It's wereat wearing makeup,' but fiber. The brilliant color, lightweight warmth and mess, U you are gifted<< with being Imaginative or clever or both,
held in place with a coated were blessed with the most last through, washing. This Is Just one of a collection of you can create the Image of having anumber of smart and high
Hairstylist Frenchle of Casdulan Beauty' Salon presses i elastic band wrapped with a. beautiful skin In the world!, sweater-shirts Indouns of styles and scores of colors, Pictures lfaahloa outfits, .
model's hair using a new technique. Be applied Clalrol's small strand of hair. GLAMOUR.the fashion reloaded through Dorothy F.Ashton,Sally Dickson Associates, : One of the many advantages of sportswear Is Its versatility
Smooth 'n Easy Creme Press which allows the hair to respond' The parted head 1* back- pugtilne with over 6,500,000 for American Cyanamid Company, Fibers Division New York. Patterns, textures and colors can be combined to achieve many
to the pressing comb more readily and it excellent condition.. fabulously fresh and new. To readers Available In department stores, chain and retail stores. attractive costumes.X" .
The new crepe? press also gives her hair the mobility It
do It, toss your head and find
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needs so that Frenchle can style the "smooth and easy"hairdos the part wherever the hair falls
that swing with today's fashions. naturally. 'lb.cent.r.partedbead t
of the most TNII Mh..1t will..itpOl' SAVE
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Miss Nellie Brown looks for summer Is sleeked MI nut II W"h
back and set In two reverserows -/ ;!> DISH : .,., DINNER 'LATI T ,
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rugs and carpets .t home SHORTENING. |
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avoid wetting the fabric but Gr. Beans 5/l Gatorade
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.shirtdress which seems so fitting for Jamaican, Miss Nellie surface Corn. Juice..4/$1 . .
(Brown. Not only is It perfect for strolling at Itontego Bay; it The shampoo's cleaning
Is likewise perfect for a stroll on the beach near you The action will loosen dirt from
shlrtdress is L' tt the fabric contain It and hold
by Alglo Is printed with the Indonesian It in suspension. Allow
Tree of Life, is /In wrinkle-free nylon Jersey. and. can be worn to dry; then let your vacuum powder
with or without matching leggings cleaner do the rest!

CATSUP 5/$1 FRESH PRODUCE

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I f Irregularities Reported In Mississippi's Municipal Elections By US Rights- -. Group.. m l\L I


Odd Tactics EmployedTo Charleston Strikers Receive"

I Reduce Black Voting NAACP Honors Gulf Oil I
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Support From Rights Workers.
W WASHINGTON D.C....Irregularities black area was reported
la the conduct of changing without publicity and WASHINGTON! The heroic violence is ineffective and use-j
last month's minlclptl election officials refused to aid efforts of hundreds of writers less. The consequences could be |
elections In Mississippi and ,ot.r.a finding their proper In Charleston, South Carolina, tragic Because the Importance
criticism of :Jie role Federal voting. place, and another In victims of a hard system of of the dispute so clearly trans- I
observers those elections which black: voters who did segregation, have since outbursts ,
have been revealed a staff .not request assistance often had of weeks ago which have
report of UM u.s. Commission white election officials enter led to continued boycotting!
on Civil Rights their booths under the pretenseof support from Mrs. Martin
Noting that the election of giving assistance. Lather King Jr., Dr.
torn>> black chances bar Despite the criticism of Die Abernathy, church leaders and .
fectrred the State since the observers however the citizens at last come into national -
passage of the Voting said' Commission reported that must prominence other than
Act of 1965, the report of the black candidates interviewed in the fourth estate.On -
that even with these victories, believed the election bti.y Thursday, May IS, Senator
virtually all Mississippi towns would not nave bean U fairas Jacob K. Jablts and Senator
and cities trill still be governedbr It was save for the presenceof Walter J. Mondale and a bipartisan -
all-white local government the observers and numerous group of 17 Senators,
me Commission in a recent lawyers and others serving as signed a statement asking
statement before the House poll watchers. president! Nlzontosendafederal
Judiciary Committee HowardA. From the first hand observa mediator' to Charleston to
Cllcksteln, Acting Staff loons of two staff attorneys In arbltrate.the labor dispute there
DIrector,1s on record as favorIng -: five counties and Interviewswith between striking Black hospital
an extension of the Voting black candidates or their workers and the city. .. ,
Rights Act, scheduled to expire campaign workers In 15 Senator Javlts warned that _C";: l
la 1970, to Insure confutation counties, the report also con i "The Charleston strike Is a
of the protection of Negro voting cluded. 1 test of the principal of nonviolence SEN. BROOKE
rights. 1. Many black persons In Mississippi S at a time when manyIn cends the D t10DallnhreSt demands -
Among the most frequent Irregularities still fear economic or America art losing faith in efforts at the federal .
cited by the other reprisals It they register +e that principle as a strategyfor level to help resolve the im
Commission staff report in (be to vote or openly support\ black ? soclalchange.1 passe.We .
May 13 elections were those candidates. Signers of the letter or urgencyare are confident that you will
restrictions placed upon the 2. Officials in some cases have : Republicans Case of New use all the prestige of your
activities of poll watchers for made registration difficult for Jersey, Brooks of Massachusetts office to bring the dispute to
Black candidates that Included black persons by narrowly Godall of New York a satisfactory resolution. Last
forcing these poll watchers: to limiting hours toi' registration, and Scott of Pennsylvania; and year, during the sanitation
i main so far from election by falling adequately to inform Democrats Cranston of California strike In Memphis President
tables they could not carry out applicants of procedures required ; Dodd of Connecticut Johnson d'spat.hed..laDder'
their normallunctiODl. to vote in municipal Harris of Oklahoma, Hart of Secutar; of Labor Tamil
Cited among other examples of elections and In some cases by Michigan Kennedy of Massachusetts Reynolds to assist Mr.
Irregularities was one In which actually misinforming them as McGovern of South Reynolds' efforts played an important -
a polling place for a largely CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 GULF OIL HONORED BY NAACP BRANCH-The Gulf Oil City Judge NAACP National Board member and speaker at Dakota and Muskle of Maine role in bringing the
Corporation has received a special award for "Distinguished! the branch's ninth annual Human Rights Dinner The branch Nelson of Wisconsin, Williams parties to an agreement
Service in the field of Human Relations" from the Washington, presented Us Human Rights Award awards to Tn -State Engineering of New Jersey, Yarborough of While Justice Department
Pa., Branch of the NAACP. It was accepted by Daniel G. Kean Co. President Burton C. Colt (seated, left) and Texas and Young '"f Ohio observers are already In
firm, from'James R. McDonald (standing right), Branch Branch Service Award to the Rev W.S.Hopson(seated, center), We are Increasingly concernedover a Federal official who can take
'.President _and the Honorable William H. Booth New York pastor of the St. Paul AME Church In Washington. the serious, continuing an active role In mediating this
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labor relations problems In dispute.
U.S. 1 CALLAHAN FLA. Charleston South Carolina. We The matters at issue are quite
Wield Dikes Announces ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIESBY have decided to speak and out simple. They are the basic I
All Your Meets At lai Prices because thelncreasing human rights of a decent wage
OWN Public Relations Firm. NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL danger that the heightening' .and collective bargaining which
OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to 2 A slons in that community will most workers America have
WASHINGTON C.--Ofield I am excited about this on JAZZ-ACCK MONTHPHILADELPIUANPI"July lead to a confrontation which ,take n for granted for over a
FAST DRIVE-IN SERVICE Dukes former Assistant to Vice business venture," Dukes said, will be Jars-rockmonthwhen tlu could have grave Implicationsfor generation. In Charleston, 800
President Hubert H.Humphrey, "for at least two reasons,First first Spectrum Summer Music Festival Is held at the South the rest of the nation. hospital workers are struggling
10 MIN FROM MONCRffiF. u.s. 1 : and entertainment center. The festival will
JUST today announced the formationof Philadelphia sports The Charleston strike laziest to achieve just those
'Ii' begin July 9, with the James Brown show including Young- of principle: nonviolence at
-THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- a public relations firm- .elementary rights.Most of them
Ofield Dukes & Association, of ;: Holt Inc., Tyrone Davis and Redd Fox, and end July 26 with a time when many In America earn only $130 an how-less,
Dewar's Scotch 'St. $7.29: Washington, D.C. N the Spectrum Soul festival. are losing faith in that principle :than enough to support their (
Dukes 38, said a major li- as a strategy for social change.If families at a level above they,
H.59 terest of the firm will be Improving CARNEGIE RECITALIST nonviolence fails In poverty line. We hope that yon .
J. W.Denl 1 100% 5* lines of communication NEW YORK-NPI--The Youth Fellowship of Cornerstone Charleston, it will be taken as will take appropriate action be.*
between black and whit Baptist! Church Brooklyn is presenting Miss Maryanne a sign by many people all overt fore matters deteriorate,evenA
Grant's: Scotch 8yr $th6.50 American and between the Lewter Lyric Soprano in concert at the Carnegie Recital Hall, be United States. that non further. '
country and the nations of Africa June ZS, to highlight the church's 1969 cultural and educa-
'ot. .4..99: his two and half tional program. A. Brooklynlte Miss Lewter Is an alumus of,
% During a years Honored
Schenley Gin. ,90 on former Vice President Fisk university, and Julll rd School of Music and has per- -'
I formed'In concerts both'locally and .in several southern,
1 Humphrey's ."erl c a a I-staff,. .. j
Wtd11kerC.f.wbr'11zSt69\ Dukes Estates. I f ,'*. r.
: served as Associate 'WEEKEND AT HAMPTON
Press Secretary. He
also HAMPTON DCnjUrE-NPI--Hampon's! second annual Jan
worked In civil
politics. rights and s festival on the week-end of June 37-28 will spotlight Duke
Ellington and his orchestra, sharing honors with Sly and the
Family Stone Barbie Hancock Roland Kirk, George Benson ,
lEI IDILT and Young Holt Unlimited. The second day wW be divided
jj between Ray Charles, his orcestra and the Raelets, and
Miles Davis quintet Nina Slmone Booker T and the MG's
YOUR SPRING ClASS
OWN NOME3546746 and Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra.
Now Starting OFIELD DUnS
I we will offer a special kind of TWELFTH VERSION fY
ALL BRICK!
e Hospital Aide Class expertise, sensitivity and personal NEW Y03K-Npr--Accordlng to the June issue of Esquire
CashierSalesClerkKindel .service for which there magazine, famed blues shouter Bessie Smith did not die at,
elr till Teachers' Is an obvious need Secondly,for the hands of discrimination but because of being so badly .p
Aslow Aide the first time In my life I curt In a car accident, there was no hope saving her. The
aei Plano-Gultar-Theory :feel free to be my own popular version of the story goes that Miss Smith was denied
HpME tVto. Band and Orchestra Instruments man, to 'do my own : '. admission to white hospitals but according to "The True
MOO .j DIgPLAY beautiful feeling. .ahfeeling I Death of Bessie Smith" version by Sally Grimes of Memphis
BOLDEN'S COLLEGE wantjo hare with Blackyoungsters surgeon Dr. Hugh Smith the singer was taken to the Negro
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Ow1s1o throughout tkelcountry. ward of the G.T. Thomas hospital, Clarksdale Miss, where
Jet off DIVISION SALES A 20th OFFICE ST. at EXP, '1816 West 20th Sti eat Iwant them V!n kngw she died as a result of severe facial, head and Internal injuries -
:Registrar 355- m. Call _C.,CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 .
I RAN PARk Maa., Tues., Wed., and Fri ---------- -

130; to 10:00 Royal Arch Masons :

SEAFOOD CENTER Roy Wilkins above executive director of theltatioma1Assocla-. '
To Meet In tion for the Advancement ,of Colored People, was given the.>
MiamiThe
M'Rn AVE : honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at Columbia Unl ersit '.';'
Uti PH El 4 14.1Red
Eleventh Annnal Con June 3 commencement exercises. Mr. Wilkins will preside
Craftsmanship lives in Benchmark. Fin CROAKERS ference and the Sixth Joint at 139the, coming. history.. national meet of the NAACP: in Jackson...,.

,Measure Bourbon MULLET .................-.....:.........., LB. OH* Session of the General Conference r
against it. of Grand Chapters of
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King Fish Steak .................................... lb. $9' Hall Affiliation of the USA and DETROITNPOPaul Williams of the Temptations has gone'Into
the General Conference of the clipping business-.giving haircuts to
SPEC. TROUT ........................................ Ib. 73' Courts Hot J, will meet June figures! Last week he officially opened a enter<
FRESH FILLETS ............................/.......... lb. 9$' ,27 to July 2 at the EvergladesHotel called Celebrity House West, with 17 professionals who are
The men who make this Bourbon still GREEN FLORIDA LOBSTER .........:........Ib. $1.69 I Miami,,Blscayne. Boulevard. specialists In all phases of lair,-styling bartering, facials,.
manicuring and theatrical maxeuo.
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SPORTS PARADE Old Taylor Honors Black lagenoity

Aid Closes OB Novenher 22
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ALBANY, Ga.-Foar new grid Payettevttle
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ALMOST AGAIN opponents] adpear on tilt tea- ;
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A.AT. State
MEMPII -(NPI-Once again! Let Elder missed making I e fame 1969 fo history by capturing tht 130,000 top prlM la the Memphis < Albany (GaJStatt College which Betaaat-Cookman TennOct. <.

Open Golf tourney Be fell two strokes behind the winner. j. ) was released here Friday after Fin } Oct. 11. Alabama'DaytonaStab
Dart Hill, who notched: a 72-hole score of tn. But all the .noon. (Central
City Classic
way to tilt wire. Elder was fighting for that win, which: once '\ .1. According to Billy C. Black, Albany Oct. K Soutt Carolina) .
again waa elusive. chairman of the faculty State, (Homecomings Albany
committee on Intercollegiate No'. 1 Morris Brown.
PREPS FOR FRAZIER' athletics at Albany State tile Mov. AlabImaA.611.AJbanJ Atlanta j';
GRO INGER, K.T-(NPO.-Joe Frailer, holder of the five- Rams will fie I FIJettevl11e Not 15. SIYIUIII'tlt.;' .*
state heavyweight championship title, had better be In food State, Allea Ualvtrslty., Savannah; Nov 22 Fort Valley .'
,
shape for his next opponent Jerry Quarry of Belinower, Alabama A.&M. and Tennessee State, Albany
:JCalif. The two meet la Madison Square Garden on Jam 23, A.AT. State University as the
to decide who to the better men newcomers on the '69 slate,
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BOLD-UP the grid toughest card lathe and school's most attractive history. tot* to..

IImW po1JS.NP1)-O.I.) Simpson Southern Callfornla'i The Rams who meat Allen
gift to (He pro football ranks, is a bold-up artist who can make j.\ ,11\: H Fayetteville and Tennessee for. Rilrfd.
hit victim hold still and like it 0.3.15 pressuring the Buffalo "'!tIt, .;. ; the first time, travel to Nash' oar BOB Biwwsna. ;
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.Bills to meet his $600,000 salary plus $50,000 la bonuses :' ';' .'\ vlllt to doblttl.ltbJobD'Kel'rlt. --. ---:,- rr own.orw.wAPARTMENT s.H.
demands In a more that can get him traded to a club of his own "" ',' .: '.fabled Tennessee State
HOUSE
choice. ., ,.( .". Tigers on September 17. The FISIIINH
: "" ", Tigers, who hire been one of
: :-" Whenever a tree tall Into a
tilt football
OLTMPC MEMBER collegiate In
powers
;' lake or stream It become a
URBANA, ni-(NPI-The first Black woman, and one of two (, :' : ... the country for the last five, giant luxury apartment house .
women to be named to the VJS. Olympic committee for the : if I years, will follow\ Allen Sept The test occupant to mwo
1972 quadrennial period is Nell C.Jackson,u.1ItaDtprole.lOr. ,r.f :1 'I IS) and Fayetteville State (Sept. In are minnows and tmalf
physical education for women, University of HllnoisTb ex* '. ZO) on the Rams' schedule. fish Melting shade and Hheltor. '
Olympic sprinter coach and women's team manager holds Ingenuity wins I Marketing Supenllof'CIutDe.. ... Bottt of tbt' Greyhound then,'be,and former Brooklyn Dodgers baseball Fayetteville State, a perennial Close behind will be cray
one of the fire dlrectors-at-largt posts. world-famous advertising agency of >3attM, Barfan, Durstlnt ; J. Peraccnl; merchandising manager for Old CIAA stronghold will to the nymph fish hellgrammites, frogs worms c add and In f
and Osborn. was honored recently by tilt National Association/ Taylor Boston and John Tyler of Promotions Unlimited. Rams' first home game, many other forms of aquatic ,
THUMBS DOWNPRACUENP1)Rcnr of Market Developers for creating tilt Old Taylor Ingenious The award was nude at a ceremony to Boston at Estelle's followed by South Carolina Statt lite. *
Czechoslovakia has refused to compete Americans Program, a project which highlights tilt contri Rlverla Room. Attending was an Integrated set of guests her on October H for tht Rams' This abundance of' natural *
against\ South Africa la the Davis cup semi-finals. Previously butions of Grant Black Americans to science,culture Industry representing 150 diversified fields. Mr. Black, principal homecoming.The food soon attracts some keep 'Itrslie .
Poland announced it would not play South Africa because of and tilt arts. Mr. Holts to sees abo t beside several busts all speaker, extolled the Old Taylor Company for Initiating the Rams make their first fish and several of ,
its racist policies. made from originals by the peat Black Sculptress /taw* Ingenious ,Americans campaign for its deep significance appearance in Macon this. year, the these fallen will tree probably their home.make i,
sends
Harrison. In the photo with Mr. Holtt art, from tilt left: to today's society Each bust for $5.00. Two booklets meeting Alabama State on Sharp-eyed angler Uk ad-. j.
I TRACK CHIEF Vincent Cunningham, Old Taylor Distilling Company, sponsor; .art available, free. October U in the Central City vantage of log and stump In
NEW RAVEN Conn. -NPQ) There's a Black man leading Joseph (Joe) Black, vice president of Special Markets for Casslc. the water say the fish Ins t
Tale university's 1970 back team. He Is Xwaku GhanaFrempong The complete '69 slate to as authorities at Mercury out.. *.

a Junior from Kurkurantuml Ghana,whospecialltes luck Repibllcai Assistant Cka.rnan Get More Pities ,follows: boards** Improve, and their when fishing they learn niece ,
in the hardies and triple jump. Sept. IJ.Aflw University, bow to me these underwater,
WASHINGTON .. RepreMnta* itttt'since 1968 He has long He has been circulation manager Insurance company. Columbia! S.C Sopt. ZOo houslajbdevelopment for flub. '
live Rogers C. B. Morton Chairman been active to party affairs for a weekly newspaper to I----- -
Star And
Cage Dodge of the Republican Nail- and in 196 was a candidate Richmond and held various managerial rrJH BIG 1' x.It(, n"nt In ( 'pntl'ul Fln.'lelnr
coal Committee, today announ-' for the Virginia Roust of Delegates positions ,,111I1 large
red expanded responsibilities the first Negro of either -
for his assistant, Clarence L. party since Reconstruction
Townes, Jr. to be officially endorsed by a JecksouriileLrher tm ifl
In addition to his d ..e"tng! Virginia state party orgaaltatlon tan
tile Committee is M!:unties Anatlve of Richmond, Va. elltlttjdU
Division and advising on patronage Mr. Tonnes attended public schools College
I have asked Townes to there and to t graduate of 0:
serve on our new Internal pol- Virginia Union University Reentered i ferell Now TONITE !
tilt Army to 1951 as a
itical mananment team and MATINEE
becometbe chief advisoron private and was discharged two 1st Race 8:15 P.M.
matters affecting black clt- years later as t second lieutenant. .APPLICATIONS NOW BEING I WED.-SAT. I p.m. MM 011 CUM

!Mil to our newly-created communications ACCEPTED TAKE '195 ENJOY GREAT RACING ACTION ,
Division. TUITION RATES AS LOW AS 'I>DIRECT TO TRACK IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTI!
Morton added that, Townes Watch $21.7$ PER MONTH
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will serve to a policy-making
capacity not only for these two This Clown filer A tied Carter F PLAY THEORIGINAL J O.UINIELAS EVERY RACE
divisions but the Committee asa @ I I e I I lit PAYINt PERFECTAS
whole. We want Townes and V DAILY flOUlLELASU HACK
other Negro executives at the 11-1I-5S 630 DAV 'STREET ...ON THE lit t RACES j A' ADMISSION ONLY SOl
Abort, loom Smith former Howard University basketball Committee to be mort than advisors 3&14 t MANY PAYOFFS.OVER$5,000 >.i KL L .c FlltE.PARKING
'start to tilt auto sales business MM, has been seltcted'by -- they will have the authority II 354-9874

tilt Dodge DlvtttM tor 1U dealer training prBjTtnr'CarrenUy' to make decisions and ------ .. '
assigned to an In-dealer program at Newark, Smith Is shown carry them out. It );;:. t- nil"I'd '

discussing fleet sales with Leon Kessler, the dealer-ship Mr. Townes, 41, has been with jsr ? "I
fleet sales manager tile Republican NationalComra- N
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GULF aL AID TO VOch1HB Eli-Dr John F. Potts, president of Voarbees' College, Denmark, mall to ZODIAC, Post Office \
B.C., displays a check covering a $5,000 Capital Grant to the school from the Gulf Oil Corporatlon. fox 1171, Jacksonville: Fla, ,
With him Is the presenter, Daniel G Keen, Senior Public Relations Representative
for Gmlf. The grant will assist Voorhees', $1 million program of Progress scheduled for .RUm
completion to 1972, the school's 75th anniversary, which will include curriculum, develop .STREET ,\,1
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ROUNDUP *4 CADIUAC SEDAN DtVILU .*. $195 "
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to a Chicago suburb,while three-Judge Federal MM.AUTOM.TlC. .STFRINOcEto'y..*".Mr.I I.(" .. ,
court panel has upheld tile freedom of choice plan\ for school CHEVROLET IMPALA ................................... JJItSVI ,

desregaUoa to school districts of south Mississippi. VS. 1>11-, *l HIM CAMARO AUTOMATIC...,.POWfl..........VUKHf.........,..j....................... $JV$ ; .:;.'; : :
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injunction requiring school integration to the South Holland(m.) 61 BONNE VIUI ......................;....................... $3IS .
school district A less forceful stand was taken to Jackson: AM' H7OP. ROOT.Alt' rON II"'OI.II.r.l." WIN"'''\a MAIL / xey11Y
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"universally acclaimed by both races." Even so, some Hack "'NflACGUND PRIX ..........-......?.?... $3195 .
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attend lilt school of his choice, Impedes school integration "
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ST.' THOMASCNPIDr.. C.'James Fleming, professor of AUTOMATIC 62 CHEVROLET HAN.IMI'ALU'OIJ Va COUP ............. $195

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( win be offered oa campus Vassar college will have its R. S. EVANS else!
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I Delto Sigmo's Black Heritage YOUR GOOD FAMU President I Gets Top Billing West Jacksonville Association Ipels


Seminar's Second Phase ShownThe HEALTH Head Start on Local Needs I


The West Jacksonville L. Form a trash
CUIUJtA'IICJ!: youth patrol:
of the Black Raines High School Rev.
second part
Association for a Better Comm which would stop at homes with
About 25,000 unexplalurd rrlb ;
Franklin "Wilson minister of
Seminar by
sponsored
Heritage AlumnaeChapter the Woodlawn PrKbJt.rlanCburcll deaths occur each year In this unity, Inc Robert L.C. real dirty yards and ask:ownersif
the .Jacksonville Williams Director, this week they want yardcleanleg.Pass
of Delta Sigma Theta will consider "TM'Black country, They involve Infant
releases kind of community out handbills Form
between one and 12 months of, a telephone
Sorority Inc., has been completed Man's Identity In Our
appeal designed to bring about committee.
UM Is still
Society." Matt Thompson, Mew ace. Although cause
improved conditions 2. Solicit adults to
a mystery Intensive studies generally be cleanup
23 with Miss Stanton Senior High senior and
On July a panel
and to solicit and secure positive block captain: Each
several captain
nave turned up possibilities -
Panlln Samuel
chairman will Miss Lynette ,
Ruth Baety u ,
IF assistance from city would contact
discuss "The Black Woman's Wolfson Senior High will discuss and there Is a growingbelief neighbors and ask
"Black Youth In Our that all crib deaths are government. them to Join In the program and,
In our Society Misj ,
Identity ,
Dlrecto.; Williams andJiU staff in addition would out
Society" not due to a single cause pats handbUls. -
Baety ban Instructor at Williamfinale Most of these deaths occur have called this a "Self Help .
will be on Black Music On July 30 The eighth session In Intents between I and 4 Clean-Up Program", u proposed I.Saturate the area with signs.
Admittance to the final session Jill be devoted to Black Art. months of age more boys than by the association staff Cooperation has been asked and
will be based on the attendanceof Two local artists and art Instructors girls are affected, and most of This program has been set np secured from the local press
each person to the other ( Mrs Mildred the deaths occur between midnight / to demonstrate whether it be a Churches and business are
(eight) sessions. Hampton of New Stanton Senior and 0 a.m. Babies who I poverty program or a cleanup asked to Join In.
All sessions except the final High and Mrs. Grace Celvln of were prematurely were victims: program that the people themselves 4. According to the release,
session will be held at the Darnell-Cookmaa High, will must Into action Health has
more often than those bona at i (y4 k get the Department been
Myrtle Avenue Bruce library, discuss Black Art in America full term Most of these deaths M1V getting "only absolutely asked for support One of their
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starting June U, through August is well u In other countries. occur In cold weather and under p necessary assistance from the representatives will stop at 30
.. Each session will begin at Black: Art will also bon display crowded living conditions. government." or 40 homes at random and
7pm. ud end at 9 p.m. at this session. Autopsies have shown.a beginning I The areulllolYedar.Kozth: explain health tod safety
The public is invited. Mrs. The final session,a dance,will pneumonia In some ofDeblea k [ McCoys BoulevardSouth; hazards etc. The will ask residents -
Thomas J. 'Chandler is Project be a "Jam Session' featuring but not enough account Dr. Benjamin L. Perry Jr., president of Florida AIM University was named Kappa Man Expressway East Margaret, to Join the drive.
Chairman local. ,Black musicians. for death Others showed .of the Year by his Tallahassee Brothers during the Black and White Ball recently. The award Street; West, Broward Street Efforts Would be nude to help
evidence of adrenal deficiencybut was presented by Matthew Estaru, Polemarch of the Tallahassee Chapter of the Kappa Suggestions have been given strengthen any existing youth
the cause of the deficiency Alpha Psi Paternity. Looking on is Dr. A.E. Teele, chairman of the awards committee and Information spread about. and adult groups, or toorganlse

Your Social I could not be found. Some bottle' -tamo photo. Among them are : them if they desire to become
fed victims are believed to have concerned with community

Security* an allergy to milk but there Is; I beautification and want to carryon
h u yet no proof that this was **** ** Ofietd Dukes Announces MississippiElection' after the prOCl'uaw closed.

the cause of death. A hoe. rake and shovel parade
The old Ideas that crib deaths Rights Leaders Own... Public Relations Firm. will feature participants clean
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wert caused by an enlarged CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 ing up sides of the streets
rd AGI thymus, smothering by a dog .as they
proceed. Stores
Talk On Violence .CONTINUED FROM PAGE ,businesses
if a Black student from a so- entering W ay n e State University
65 or cat or by being placed In the B. to these requirements. some residents, would'
..I called ghetto high school can where be received a A.
crib face down have all been S' VIOLENCE THE ANSWER? 'struggle and make it to the point degree In Journalism In 1958. S. Black persons continue to be be asked to contribute refreshments

disproved. The search continues Stockery Carmichael the of spelling his own business, After three years as NewtDirector excluded from serving as election for the celebration crate.
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one Important
prime minister of the Bract then there is, indeed, hope for of WCHB Radio, he officials la most areas of
People 65 and over who have tection who did not get such a has emerged These deaths are Panthers, says yes; Roy the many black youngsters who Joined the Michigan Chronicle the State surveyed. Emanuel Baptist and Bethany
not yet enrolled 111 voluntary letter and card are urged to get In DO sense a result of carelessness Wilkins executive secretary of have much more going for them u Assistant Editor and chief 4. Officials sometimes failed to Baptist Churches have been
doctor, bill Insu 0 ance part of, In touch with thesocialSecnrlty on the part of the the NAACP, says no. Both now." editorial writer. While on this assist or misinformed black asked to provide two names of
Medicare have only about two office, Mlddleton said RelatIves parents or others who were in leaders speal their minds In Dukes indicated that he has already staff, he won first and second candidates seeking to obtain individuals who will vie for
weeks left in which to sign charge at the time of death. Interviews in the June the titles of Miss and Mr.Clean.
up. and friend of elderly exclusion arrangedtoconductpress place awards for column and places on the ballot, and some
James H.Mlddleton,social security people can help by reminding By Dr. Morgan J. O'Connel 01 issue of SEPIA. Carmichael and public relations seminars editorial writing from the National were unable to run ID the prima The program has been reviewed
.. Officer in charge, said them ofthe upcoming deadline Chicago Commissioner speaks boldly on .world race 'for the District of Columbia! Newspapers Publishers ,u a result.' *T city government's street
that although most older people on March 31 and suggesting Health. problems.He Neighborhood Youth Development Association The Voting Rights! Act of 1965 cleanbf and bealth departments
in Jacksonville are already enrolled that they visit or can the soc says he doesn't call bom- Program. H. came to Washing on in establishes procedures to be and received approval there
in the program that supplements lal security office right away. self black American any A product of Detroit's lower April, 1964, to accept position followed before local officials from.
I their basic hospital Just about everyone 69 and over Atlanta University longer but rather, calls himself East Side, Dukes began his u deputy director of public change from the poll books persons This program will end June 21.
surance under Medlcard, some Is eligible for the voluntary doc an African."We are a great Journalism career as a high affairs for the President's listed by the Federal Ex- The week of June I to 14 is
still need to take action by tor bill insurance, Middleton Awards First Ph.D. people and we Africans In the school sports reporter for the Committee on Equal Employment aminers. "Conditioning Week," a week ofPlaaaiag.
March 31 in ordjr to get the pointed out, whether or not U.S. won't have a life fit for Detroit edition of the Pittsburgh Opportunity.Dukes During that week
protection.For they have ever worked under human beings until Africa Is Courier. also bandied public relations Sigma 6 m Rio puUclpants'Identify captains,
o anyone born October 1, social security and whether ATLANTA>-On June 2 Atlanta united." ,He worked for two years M a for the industry form youth trash patrols, pass
1901, or earlier be pointed out, retired or still working. During University awarded the first Wilkins says (that blacks should department store porter before; sponsored Plans for Progress In Fete out handbills, put q posters, '
this will be the last chance to 1968, with 95 percent of the Doctor of Philosophy degreeIn build and not destroy. "Thereare program and served u deputy Philos form telephone committees and
get the protection. Others now elderly enrolled, the doctor bill history. 67,000 young people enrolled director of public affairs for make other and vital contacts.
66 to 67 years of age, who have Insurance paid 33 million billsfor Samuel J. Tucker dean of mile NAACP-the largest HonoredDR'GEORGE the White House Conference on Sigma Gamma Rho Sorolty, The other weeks Involve Implementation
not signed up by the end of this physicians!, surgeons!, and students at Morebouse, received civil rights youth group In the Civil Rights. Inc on June 23 will sponsora of toe plans and
open enrollment period, will other medical expenses totaling the degree, aa earnedone nation" Re feels that theyouni The new firm is located In Tm Town Costume dance in the showing of visible results,
have to wait until next January $1.5 billion at the 100th commencement people are there to build a nation I Suite 428. National Press Build the Duval County Armory., Handbills will read: AWar On
for another apportunlty. The $4 mcnt lypremlumpald.by exercises of the historic school and lot to destroy one. "tog.j Emphasis on"wearing your Trash. Residents are urged to
Several weeks ago, Mlddleton people enrolled In the doctor Dr. Tucker holds degrees from In the same issue, SEPIA own thing' I put all junk: on the sides of
said, most of the elderly people The $4 monthly premium paid Morehouse and from Columbia answers the current question 1 *** ********* Door prizes will be given.The I the streets City:neks will pick,
I not yet enrolled for the doctor by people enrolled in the doctor University prevalent In the country's entertainment t dance begins at S p.m. Tickets t the Junk up. An'tbl.nrDOt1rlllte4
bill Insurancethose for whom bill insurnace part of Medicare Tills degree was taken in world: Is Hollywood are available at Bob's Record I should be put on the streets,
the Social enrolled for the doc- o represents half the cost of the guidance and counseling.He AFRAID To Star A Sexy Black Urban League Help Shop Hollywood Music Store I such as, old heaters, ice boxes,

the social Security Administration .protection, Mlddleton said. The has served as consultant Actress? There are many facets Clark's Confectionery and at c ear tires, tables tin, beds,
bad addresses--areceived Government; the char half. and psychological examiner for of life opening to the nation's CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5 Buster Ford's. I springs, stoves matresses,
tin had addresses -- received pays Princeton, the University of Tacks, but still tokenism prevails kFa children: getting them Into bid<< ,Proceeds will go the scholarI I .NillIaloosi paper, etc
reminder letters from the For more information contact Georgia University of Michigan on the sliver screen. 8.30 which skip amend Mr. can be reached ;tat
by : allowed her '" 'l
commissioner of Social Security {bi.o social security office nearest and the George State Depart- Blacks were kept out by the U:30: to do the required three Ron Luclous will appear, 35S-S210 or 33S-0090. 1I"f+
along with cards for you, either at the corner of ment of Health. He was also dictates of the conservativesouth hours of homework
them to send back, marked yes Canal nd 13th street or< ,
in the Federal Building. for the New York State 4
this day and time Stars such
to see Mrs Yvonne
Those"noTslgned upioruw pro Department of Mental Science. as Barbara McNalr, Dlabann director of the Program Bertie, and the rocks?

t, Carroll, Abbey Lincoln and W GOREDr. said, "This Is the most money anon
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Wi 'iVL11TA //f s smart to shop af Jaxl others are making the climb I've ever earned in my life.I'm ..,
: to JolnRaittelWelcb,Liz Taylorand George W. Gore; ,Jr.,president not going to let the same thing|
other sex symbols. Will emeritus of Florida AiM
happen to kids
may ; every payday -
I ATJAX bey make the grade? University Tallahassee, received I'm going to buy them little
: You '11 also want to know If an honorary Doctor of books or puzzles because If
Diana Ross is really leavingThe law degree at the University someone helps and believes In 1of
1. 1 jctI Supremei to start out on of Miami Sunday, June 1. The ,you you can do Just about any
Its her own.The answer will startle The degree was In recognition thing." I
lie you. These three stories havea of' "bis outstanding: contributions The NUL's Secretarial Training +V frf.

Fellewiei long list material of Interestto to higher, education u Program was started la 196S f.
stares black Americans In the June teacher and administrator'and with !(9 girls and sponsoring f.f
Issue of SEPIA. his continued devotion to the companies. TI year the class
I N IMERICAp iln'wED. I.I I. cause of education of the Negro is a class of 100 and there are \
hlu 11. *.* **.* ** * in the US. He is now lecturerat 20 sponsoring companies) ,

I : George Peabody College in among them Batten, Barton, :-
Nashville Dr. Henry King Durstine J> Osborae; Colgate-,
Stanford conferred the degree.
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