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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 21, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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''1' ..d' AT R O : Harold

' Carswell of the United States
POWELL JUBILANT IN District Court will not be a
welcome Jurist on the bench
tea of the Fifth Circuit Court of

Appeals, according to the
Leadership Conference on
' Civil Rights He is a choice
LF ,of President Nixon.
U.S. His appointment will be fought;
COURT DECISION This was made apparent last
week when the Conference filed
e a memorandum with the Senate

*. *. *. Judiciary Committee reminding
.. all that Judge Carswell is a

Ruling Restores July 9 HearingFor contends segregationist.that the The Judge's committee decisions .
Death
Violent'
and actions have been
,Suspect In prejudicial In the. area of civil
Believed Plot rights
Sagging StatureOf This memorandum baa been
Woman's Death associated with a summary of a'
Local EnemiesNEW Yale University doctoral dissertation
Jacksonville police are Investigating prepared by Mary H.
YORlt- Two Black Nine Jurists the bizarre murder Curran, social science student
leaders in'metrcvolltan NIT of a Washington Heights housewife there In 1969 MlssCtfrraa.
York, leaden tainted with tile whose body was found attempted a study of Fifth! Circuit
titles of "peacemakers" were WASHINGTON The virtual vindication of Rep. Adam Clayton draped over a car near her decisions: for the decade
mowed down within the past Powell by seven of the voting eight United States Supreme ,apartment early last Friday TOP EXHIBIT-THIS exhibit on Rochester N.Y.) Teens on Patrol (TOP)was a high light of, ''of 1953 to 1981 She ranked
week, possibly because they encouraged Court Justices this week has resulted In expressions running morning June 13. Police Week and Youth Week displays, It featured still pictures and a slide presentation of Judges as segregationists and
"cooling tactics". In the gamut from admiration to dismay sod disgust.. The victim is Mrs Meredith TOP activities. TOP is a group of more than 100 youngsters from inner-city areas who work integratlonlsts and analyzed
the bee of violence. Florida's solons had their bit moved: Peterson of 4630 Ken Knight with the police. Eastman Kodak designed the display and supplies a major portion of the the appointment process and the
Clarence Smith, Harlem. to say. Tampa CongressmanSam In addition to the new move Drive whose husband Is a support funds Sharing the amassment of TOP member Ronald Kimbrew as he looks at a Judge's background I
leader who cooperated Gibbons Democrat, felt Justice Burger the new Jurist machinist on the night shiftat slide of himself are Kenneth D. Howard Kodak director Urban Affairs; Ed Croft executive Crania noted that.BrowneD and 1
Mayor John V. Lindsay's "cool that the House will not "bow"to on the bench, is the one who Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. director rf Rochester Jobs, Inc.; and Lt. Thomas Hastings, director of Community Services R6gr8; ,"> attorney generals I
,1t'. squad,.was shot down, toot the declaration of the uncongtltnrlnnallrj ruled &p1J\at'\ Powell in 1967 Mrs Peterson apparently died Division of the Rochester Police Bureau. .Wer\ the late Elsenhowerwere. I
.' ambush i a week following J a wound In the head. .. .t' ; ar.ful ,of. their choices and
"* ,of Pqw eUftfez. : > ..... .WarrenAeot&loa-xms: \' #.L.IIt. f. & "" l -.
.ths'attempWisiifWBsfloi tf*'I motion Gibbons led tie revolt., ."Since. Adam Clayton tM'i< rt : ':seldom e'OfIJU1ta4l11100t la the
part
Man>Mai, cblelChsrles 37XiKenyatta. .Street booked tM.Dural : v t" rj cki.eaders l Meet South ;
vas
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: ;:against Powell In 19(7. He considers Powell. Jr, was duly elected by 'W'b .\ :
e 'and was ( Miss Curran tabulated each
the .decision U "very the yot.tl..and was ,not Ineligible County Jail Saturday j
Smith's neighbor l ( heaed ftw dangerous" to serve under any pro charged with murder Inconnectloa F9rst, civil rights decision In the
and Toe Peterson's?; circuit for two aod ranked
shooting cauedllOllc. with
the Mrs., years
Rev. Louis Frey of Orlando vision of the Constitution ..
-year-old man was sprawled contended that House aD'a1rur. House was without power to death ,Judges according to decisions t
In the elevator of lilt apartment not under the Jurisdiction of excluda him from its membership According to witnesses, Mr.Pet.rlOl11i .., Man As JudgeBATON 'To Action In 19 decisions according to
There Organize the writer Judge Carswell ruled
building. were many the Nine Men. contended that ." 4 left her two young '
gunshot wounds In his face and children with a sitter at her ROUGE, La.i the for Blacks nine times and
bands. Be wu dead.e. "victorious Powell was The Chief Justice farther said. apartment. She aaldsheplannedto southern state of Louisiana is against them 10 times. She
"excluded unquestioned of requires
The dead man beaded the by Our system government take a walk.Investigator the victim of an historical precedent showed that the Circuit Courtupheld
Harlem ."Five Percenters." dence. that federal courts* on Sidney Gaines one Involving a Black three of the decisions
Powell's vindication was bated occasion Interpret the Constitution On Economic Needs
1 This group of young ghetto residents atvatlancewith who arrested Jones, stated that man. and reversed four Carswell:
three constitutional
In
f claimed that 9S percent on Important a manner the evidence on the scene led to the Israel M. Augustine Jr., has ranked twenty-third among 31 .-,,
of the Blacks did not tare I to Chief requirements.Justice Warren.according Theta document the construction by another branch.given It arrest of Jones. been appointed to a judgeship St. Petersburg:' The Speaker at the Florida NAACP Conference Judges In order of pro-negro. ,
about improvlngcoodtttons.The American of this Officer Gaines said the woman In the Orleans Parish Criminal to organise black housing producers at the Parliament decisions.fiby .
are age, residency Is the responsibility
Percenters, it was laid, were and citizenship! court to act as the. ultimate. and Jones, a postal employeewere ,District CCJUrtbyGov.rnorJoIlD-- House la Orlando on June 21 will be Dr. James A. Bar, Wilkins, executive secretary
strong dissidents when PowelTs contention as to restoration Interpreter of the Constitu aid friends;'reports from UcKelthen Administrative Assistant to Governor Claude R. Kirk, ./rand of the NAACP Is chairman
organized five years ago but of back will be, other sources said Jones had Judge Augustine who expressed -' I a promoter of"Operation Breakthrough" a HUD Program of the conference. The
bad changed their philosophies. handled by the District pay Court. tiara posed U an ancle.."Uncle surprise at the appointment to provide decent housing for low and .moderate income memorandum says, "Black ,
Smith and Kenyatta worked Rep. Powell took the decision Wheat"-and was a frequent received the nen from families leaders, civil rights attorneys "*
with a Lindsay assistant following Helping Housing the governor personally, by first of its Association. in
. in strid induct visitor to the home.Gaines The conference, stages of the new and others Florida, "Includ
was Jubilant
the disturbances after the I Ir vindictive, He sat on the fantail who is a painstaking phone. The new and first Black ,'kind in the Nation will bring What we need to do after this SIll past and present officials
, assassination of the late Dr. of his yacht inplminl'and told detective has been working day Judge since ReconstructionDays together some 130 Negroes who the NAACP, oppose his nomination ;
Martin Luther King Jr. Smith. a: reporter that the declaim Y NUj1+ iriily and night piecing together evl1dence Is a professor Southern are actively engaged in or Interested and confirmation. They be- i
had also helped the Urban press restored his faith in la the strange and baffling University la New Orleans. in the production of lleve that'Judge Carswell has 1
League In its efforts to get dropouts -' murder for which no active, Judge Augustine said he hopes housing for low income families evidenced a strong bias against ,.' ,
government.Said
to returntospedalcbsses.In Powell "It mean the has yet been established his appointment will lead the to consult with experts In the, Negroes asserting civic .cases
Harlem His,work bad bees Judicial branch: of government A preliminary bearinghas been way to others for Blacks, In field and FHA officials on ways than any other federal Judge *"
+ ,fo effective"that he was has reestablished itself u on :': 1. \\ set for July 9. top positions. and means implementing 'In Florida during his tenure asa
affectionately called "Allah.". the of 'I'ij' : {'...,' Funeral services for Mrs "Certainly," said the lawmaker various sections of the 1969 district Judge," '
of branches "
three government
He (attended agraduaUonclass instead ofbelng secondary... Peterson will be Saturday,June "the appointment Indicates -. Housing Act. The delegates will He Is a former United States. .
last week for come he It Is not Important that I woo. 2L at 4 p.m. at Mt. Zion the state government of include, among others the Attorney, from Tallahassee.Teenager .
counselled. It Is the American people who. WILLWlIl. ALEXANDER, AME Church Rev, Charles, Louisiana Is Interested In advancing state's leading black contractors
Xepyatta'was a former bodyguard wlfl persons regardless of developers in- Faces
Toston, pastor officiate ,
.'have a stake In this." ONE OP THE MOVING FORCES' .I
. to Malcolm X. He has Funeral arrangements are being : their racial IackcrOUDd./ surancemen brokers, JDIII.aprlmIDlIt..atlorDtJl
, striven j to eliminate: racial Rep; Clark Ihcdreior.II1DDeIota behind the coostructionoAlphaGardens handled by Carter's Funeral The new Jurist considers him- ,. r
violence also.A New Tork soloa was among those. Apartments In St. Home. self a liberal. civic leaders and bousing Life For Rape
suggested that Kenyatta was who spoke against House action Louis, by the Alpha Phi Alpha experts,

shot down because of his re- against the lawmaker two years,, Fraternity, IDe.. was WilliamM. Head Start Program Begins Marvin Davies, NAACP Field .MAHVIN DAVIESconference
One solon suggests a bill Alexander chairman, building
.relations to police as to dopeactivities. ago. Director' organizer and pro- Of Schoolgirl
'Is putting
to start :
foundation of the national
forcing the victorious Powell,
moter of the Florida
Jane 23 Ii Ten Locations proposed W.
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letter Photo pressure where it belongs. '
relinquinsh funds allegedly re Creek croupNPl ) Housing Producers Association need a piece of the $85 billion A 19 year-old ;JUDD, James
Summer Head Start a program been the processes that other said that this conference will Ellison faces a term In prison
Buick Woolworth housing Industry action now.
,Manger of instruction and uplift benefits have teen added Fret finalize the ,organizational We also need to start exerting for' the alleged raping of. a
.. i i tot the young culturally and dental and mental examinations control over communities and thirteen-year-old school girl
\ financially deprived, child, will will be provided, as on April 1.EWsCII .
and
their housing Job creating ,
become) a reality again when well as beatm t. .Breakfast In 'lop ,Rank enterprises need. we don't was' declared guilty
on Monday morning Jon 2) and a snack and lunch will 'do It now.we will continue to by a Circuit Court Jury which
this highly successful Integer' stave oft hunger. a' r 'ICI ICIYt be poor and holding the bag. delivered the verdict at the
under here Another important feature will of a' trial. The
I docajlon gets way This session will begin at 10 end two-day .
,
Mrs. Settle 'Mills, director be the participation of parents '..18. and Is open to anyone who Jury actually deliberated two' ".
'7if for the program sponsored by :In every phase of. the eight- is interested In the goals of hours. The Jury recommended
the Greater Jacksonville Economic week program the NAACP and the mercy for the young man,thus
1'\o. :\ Opportunity(GJEO), will All Head Start positions have .Association.: proposed sparing him. from the electric
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been tilted. However childrennot
use tea Centers. School hours chair .
\{ ,wlll be form 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.' yet registered should apply Mississippi Judge Gerald B.:TJofiatpend-. .
'4 Duval County public school: at the C II t If nearest their Ing disposition of a new trial 1 ;ion
'/, ':' 'S-, .1# designated as centers art:. homes until total enrollment, Whites Used July 2, did not sentence t
,<, Loretta No. .SO, WOO Loretta. quotas shall lave been filled. EUison. Under the mercy re' ,
11'' Road; Mayport No. 227,\ 279.Shangrl '" Outstanding Iuoo.ua1atJnc 'te 'YotiRi Tricks commendation. Judge may
c' La Drive; Susie 'E,: In the operation of the .program impose a term op to life.
: Tolbert No. lit, 1925 West 13th1 Include Dr. Joseph Cres- WASHINGTON Irregularitiesin Assistant Attorney Leander. J.
"t'.l' : 'Garden City No. 59, 2814 Dams eimbenl. Training CoordinatorMrs. the carrying out of the May Shaw, Jr., prosecutor In the
.,Avenue; John Love No. ?t, 1531 Nina LII4Dbr.C1I11'lealam elections In confederate case, showed that the child *
"" Winthrope Street; West Jacksonvllle ,Coordinator; Miss Suzanne state of Mississippi were revealed ,was on her way home from her
\ ., :":'; No. MS. till Commonwealth Judd,' Social Services Coordinator last week in a staff eighth-grade class. She was ,
,4;,, ". 'IJ \." N }Vf Avenue; Sit Herman No. ; Mrs. Ina Mitchell Nutrltlonlst report of the United States com, accosted by Ellison in the 1700
", .. 114, 1714 fraacls Street; and Harold Wolbey Ir., YOUNG mission on Civil Rights. Block of 21st street. The tees' '.
Thomas Jeffcrsoa No. 4$, .U Parent Coordinator; Dr;' MARY ROSE Federal observers predated agar was said to be armed
f.( Nevada Street; Richard L.Bron .. Stephen Opined and Dr.Gordon Miss Rose Mary Young Information that still there Is, He demanded that the young
J I'I' No. 148, 1535 Minor W.. Steadmaa, medical and. daughter of Mrs and Mrs FredC. a concerted effort on the part lady accompany him.Aceprdiag .
inns and Morse Avenue No. dental consultants.A Young oflUSpeariaCstrHt, ); to ,testimony.
x}: '118. 6084 Morse Avenue. All I complete baa schedule has was named the top-rankinghome EWsaa. armed teas the girl.
f f fffffjffftfHfH tHffHf Hf KSlffff ff fJH rmti*'+.ju<1iJVtF ff nrmrtoMTTACBlWTOHltAIIJBK art elementary schools. been preper.d.Ttasefnterested economics student to receivethe to an apartment where he liv d.;, X
--Jcs Heajamtay iKuanrofai F.W. Woolworth store At 'th< outset the nationally 'should contact the Head Start. 1989 Sterling Sliver Home-' paved the way for the Blackman at 1819 West... He ordered
as Tulsa, Okla., started as aUacher In Texas and has ended ap in the retailing business He Is ,,recognized Head Start programwas Office or Mrs Florence Wolff making Award announced by and woman voter., her to disrobe.Then be raped:v
shorn tars NfL. Lisle ODell, periosMl supervisor at me store) he manages,A lew designed to help children .Jones,' Public Information Service Mrs. M.B. Mitchell, chairman The Commission Is now asking her. He la thea said to have'V
s Beijama nisei Woalwcrth's mirieaaeit txatalng program and after serving aaisWBaaager who were deprived to becomes OJKO, '427 Ocean of New Stanton Senior High for aa extension of the Act. accompanied her to.withls. %
'tw m twooaer Oklahoma stores sow has complete supervision over his own acquainted win first grade i Boulevard. School Home" Economics.De- Unfair and .distoiractaff half-block of her home. work. So SNCcessfil, have ,* *****, Dartment. CONTINUED ON PACK 12 Then b "left the scene

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THE FLORIDA STAR */f THe BLACK COMMUHirtlS EVER TO ACHIEVE TOI BE EQUAL

TRUE UNITY IT WILL DOLT BY DEVELOPING THE GREAT r 1 1TIE

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company DIVERSITY OF ALL IT'S PEOPLE. t

MUST HAVE LEADERS DEDICATED TO THE IDEA THAT THE Whitney M. Yoim, Jr.

MEMBER INTEREST AND ABILITY OF EACH IS OF OREAT VALUE

AND MUST BE DEVELOPED TO THE MAXIMUM.' BLACK BOSINESSMAN

THF OBSCKVEB "

NEGRO PREMMERNATJONAL "Black capitalism" vas a phrase used durlngthe Presidential

cuma1 that broubt to mind the picture orblack meD guiding
IIwu such I stirring
the destinies ol pant corporaUODJ. pIrui..:
out or touch with reallty.'i .
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EIIC I. SINPSON..MANACINfi EBITRI fall haYll1't or promise--W seen any evidence that it II belDr
seany
economic power to black businessmen, nor do I ,
HIM WOOTEN..CIRCBLATION MANAfiER thing bring to innate that the situation for small black-owned
near the rate needed
: MAILING AOBRESS The""Scar black businessman, or black capitalist" U

you want to use that phrase, operates t small service or retail I
In the ghetto He does I
shop
2323 MONCRIEF loll
(20,000 per
business of under
G and his profit Is just I
P.O. BOX 511 JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIIA 32211 { .t year fraction, of that. .

:. Only one in fifty businesses In
PRONE 354.1112 the country is owned by a Negro.A .
.. large proportion of them are .w

MIAMI OFFICE Sill AU. family enterprises, with no employees -
.!p,1tl'; d and only t handful
"' employ more than 10 workers
PHONE 151.3111 : >, So It Is obvious that the answerto
to the ghetto's empooyment pro
SUBSCRIPTION RATE blems cannot rely mainly on

One Year, $12.00 Halt Year, $7.00 Mailed To You 'DUTY IS CARRYING 'expecting black-owned busl- :
service employment and expanded
ON PROMPTLYAND nesses to tire people. Public ,
Anywhere In tte Untied: States FAITHFULLYTHE public and private training and hiring programs are needed. :

Subscription Payable m Advance AFFAIRS HOW But that also means greater efforts should be made to
strengthen the ghetto's economy by helping to develop black-
Send Check Or Money Order To FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 59JA.CkSOl'ILLE BEFORE YOU-ITIS owned businesses

FULFILL THE show many such businesses are In
FLORIDA 32201 As the above figures .
oO4% CLAIMS OP TO-MF trouble. Many owners don't have the capital to expand, InsuranceIs
lornc still hard to come by, andblankloans especially this time

of tight credit, are even harder to get.
Jne The Holiday MonthIn THAT NEW AWARENESSI! Credit and insurance are among the prime needs for small
businesses Often they are considered' poor risks" and can't

all truth, Jane ls a month of holidays.It eel the backing they need When insurance companlej decided

Includes Children's Day, June 18, Jefferson Davis' Birth III, II V # I III V I I ., I /II / II III III I I some drivers were "poor risks" and dropped their insurance,
day, June 3, Corp is Christi Day, June S, Flag Day, Jim 14; some states created insurance pools to insure them, the risk'being
Father's Day, June IS; and summer begins, June 2L shared by all the companies.The .
Of the days meaning mosttoAmerlcanfamlliesare Children's same principle can bold in small business loans and

Day and Father's Day. For patriotic reasons, citizens revere YOUR WEEKLY Insurance. Pools of banks and insurance companies can beset
Flag Day--although they don't make much noise about It. I up with federal backing to help small businesses.
In many towus and cities, the whole church community turns A training or advisory component can be built into this, so that
out to hear the Children's Day program at respective churches. owners of margins business can have access to sound business
Th. fathers and mothers axe delighted whenever their own advise from experts Farmers get such help from federal
children recite poetry and other selections. The singing at farm agents, why can't urban businesses have the same
these' programs Is indeed inspiring, If not melodious In the HOROSCOPE GUIDE i access to similar help? Farmers get subsidies too, why can't

manner of children One 1s Impressed by the simplicity of ', ,, minority businessman in poverty areas get special assistance,
these children. < perhaps In the form of favorable tax treatment, as well?
Jesus Christ recognized the Importance little children; and The Small Business Administration has a major role to play.It .
on one occasion when the disciples wanted to push the children should be given adequate resources and its top priority
out of the. way, Jesus said, "Suffer Little children to come IY PAILO THE ASTROLOGER .: I should be to develop mlnorlty-owued business ..
unto me.. : But if most black-owned business are to serve only ghetto
If the will of Christ Is carried out, Christianity is a religion t 1 communities, then they are doomed to remaining small-
that is so simple that even the child can understand. WHICH ARE YOUR scale enterprises with little Impact on the total economy In
Father's Day was celebrated last Sunday, but we are afraid LUCKY DAYS I addition to black people Investing In and supporting their

that the buying of gifts has overshadowed the spirit that shouldgo 1 own enterprises, there Is also a role for,corporate America
with this da1.Illck r I When you read about a major coporation getting a multimillion -
FORBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL dollar contract to build a bridge or to develop an
airplane, it doesn't mean that company gets It all. It will subcontract -
to smaller business to make parts or handle other
WOMOI SillS Honor .1 ? I expects of the order. Large coporations have td"glve priority

.. to placing such orders with black-owned businesses.Too .
In the nearby State of Alabama, a Negro woman Rag beet. ?:( ., .I of
c ___ _______ many large companies Ignore this, although U can be
named by the National Funeral Directors and Morticians 'III/IIII////r" .. IICANCEL ///IIII/IIi '. / / "I-----"" great Importance to them and to the economy. Tint's why UK ;
Association, Inc., a* its "Woman of the Year" for 1968.:She ,'f Urban League of some cities has 'sponsored Supplier'
is Mrs Eloise Johnson Thompson of Tuscnmbla, Ala. Fairs to bring white and black business together so that they
Mrs Thompson Is the owner-operator of two modern funeral can find out more about what they can offer each other. One
homes, respectively,In Florence and Tuscumbla.In addition,she VIRfiO SIIITTUIIS'lOll such Fair is scheduled. in New York, at the BrojUyn Nary
the largest burial Insurance ARIES
manages company in Alabama, Yard, June 26
the Thompson and Son Burial Insurance Company.For 1011.IUICI BORN JUNE BORN ,ABC NOV.23rl is
her business Mrs Our hope that major companies can tell minority businessmen -
stewardship, Thompson will receive .
formal presentation of the award at the 32nd annual convention :2711 APRIL 'Ut.It' .- 22i JULY hid 23rd.SEPT.. 22.1j BEC. 21st potential what suppliers their needs that are exist, and in can the learn black about community the range By of
to be held August 3-7 at the !
Regency Hyatt House Atlanta. Friends count. The things
It's looking There should bringing these two groups together, we might be able to increase -
deal.
Regardless of the professional or business field, one can, a Despite the fact up. Test the ground The feeling that keep people on amicable
that be more elbow room in which to the present inadequate flow of orders from rich corporate -
if he she will real estate taxeslike that danger is in retreat and
to
or prove be a workman that needath not be terms are experiences shared,
shamed of his stewardship Certalnlythls honoree as "Woman everything else, keep rising, operate. But it may have been that it's time to emerge once trust, respectandtheassurancethat America to minority businessmen.
of the year for 1968" from the NFDMA deserves this it may still be economical to developing so slowly, that many again seems well-founded But the attraction Is mutual and
commendation. own one's own property. Should may be unaware of the tact. Instead f of Jumping right into unselfish (23rd,24th). This In .
Everyone should strive to put his best foot forward, or make an old house, that can be r.- The best way to find out just the thick of things, it still is a turn, may eventually lead to a A College Student
cut of himself "the. best that there Is." We salute our fellow modled fairly reasonably, how far one can go is to makea matter of prudence to begin closer union when cIrcumstances Speaks
Alabamian! for tin s-sn.il I iinio? May God bless berl 1 come to your attention, the start, slowly at first, then feeling one's way clear that thE permit. This III
matter should be looked Into gradually increase the tempo road ahead has been cleared of splendid period for many to BY DORE BROWN NP1

very.carefully. If it's bargain, until all resistance lessened. obstacles, the inner self of prejudices think In terms of what may or It seems to me:
Black or has potential value for resaleIn Don't miss an opportunity to also other retard 1 n g may not happen in subsequent That despite what we might think, idolatry Is still very
College Graduates the future, snap it up with- meet an interesting person or handicaps (,7th, 28th). There Is years and to start making provisions much with us. Among today' ever-present idolat.tes are:
out further ado (27th-29th).And. group (28th). Something per a friendlier tone to be found for them ((27th, 28th). I: The veneration of beings other than the One God
li High Donald If a job offer appears promising, sonally beneficial apt to ensue among acquaintances with a resultant People who have retirement in 2: The deification of our own selves and the things we want;
check on it and make your bid and it could be In the form of rise In hopes that the view will be grateful for the 3: The Idolatrous pursuit .of success, social prestige, and
while you seem to have a good an understanding that is deep heart's desires will! be obtained foresight of wealth;
havlngaccumulated
Never before has there been such wonderful
employment
chance of being favorable con- and enduring sufficient means to live In com- 4: Designation of a selfish principle like "rebellion" as !the
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opportunities for Negroes graduating from a college or uni sidered9.J9126.6.22U7
fort only thing worth living for;

versity.Top jobs and positions, paying handsome wages or salaries, 12- 59 42 -17 18 -,3 6: "Playing God" by arrogating to oneself the "right" to impose -
are going begging some sections of the nation, a survey of
placement: officials indicated recently. The survey Indicated TAMS LIBRA SCORPIO, AOIARIBS O ideological or political views on others.
-That both whites and Blacks racial
do the same kind of
an exceeding demand for Negro graduates In such fields as
URN
BORN OCT. ,
APRIL SEPT. TORN.IAN. "signifying" by that bark at
engineering and chemistry. The demand exceeds the supply. BORN saying dogs characteristically
Starting salaries exceed $8,000 In a number of fields, with 9111 uth 23r. OCT. 23rd 24tl ..,. 22H 2ltl 'FEB. lit. ,SIDeD members of the of other the other race.race because the dogs can't stand the

some indication that qualified Negroes can get premium pay. .
The United Press International bureau reported, that with the Settle on one policy. Now that Start the engines., There is Prospects brighten Many of Tighten ties. Domestic, marital Whether whites or Blacks do the sterotyping the racial
possible exception of teaching, there was a shortage of black you have, the moment to get nothing dead ahead anymore to the more successful people have and vocational ties should bigotry Is the same. People who IIJ dogs are averseto this or
graduates to fill the numerous job vacancies. But most down to brass tacks Is fast cause one to hesitate or to openly admitted that the secret tightened in any way that that race are but ascribing their own prejudices to man's best
approaching Sound decisions dillydally. If there is a deal for getting ahead Is to choose friend.
graduates can be assured that the opportunity for Jobs is highin appears valid and efficacious. .
every field, including education.In which one can adhere, now and waiting to be closed, close it the right mate, partner, or There are signs that a senseof That charity Is not the same as love or Mendshlp
a few instances, we can be sure that the attraction for Jobs later m may be called for to at a profit, naturally. If Important adviser. There is only so much fair play is being bolstered One should become someone's friend, not to do him t favor,
centered on recruiting Negroes Is for "window dressing." determine the course to be strings need to be pulled that one person can learn or among those who seemed to be and to share life's experiences with him Those who make too
But, by and large, there Is a real and honest effort to place followed henceforth without deviations to gain favors or attention, pull accomplish and this rarely is frivolous heretofore. Lessons big a thing out of helping others are actually exploiting.them
very qualified Individual good jobs. (27th, 28th). And the them and pull them hard (28th, enough to make much of a dent may nave been driven homemaking .by making them the object of patronizing philanthropy
For those buck students who do' not know It, the field possibility of comingto the point, 9th). Move or change the furniture to the complex world of today. for a more cautious, Real helpfullness is a give-and-take proposition. It Includesa
of speech pathology and audiology! offers vast employment where marriage may be considered around, whichever suits Scorpios who understand this conservative attitude all regard both for oneself and for one's fellow man. Toe friendship -
opportunities) for those persons trained at the master's or essential In the pursuit personal and family pre-i i I basic truth may decide to put around, at borne and where you that results turns out to be ft blessing to both parties. By
,Ph. D. level Information about this profession can be obtained of both personal happiness ferences. If you have to worry, it In practice, should the opportunity work (27th, 28th). The ackow- contrast, loving oneself too much or making oneself the lovt-
from the American Speech and Hearing Association, 9030 Old and adYIDtap.llbe1llcpr..18d a transaction through to its final arise on the 27th, 28th. ledgement that flippancy rebounds slave of others only produces the kindred extremism of hating
Georgetown Road, Washington, D.C., 20014. home on the 29th. Taureans conclusion, .do so taking into This may not only get the on Its originator maydo both oneself and one's fellow man.
1 ::1 At this point, we should give a word of counsel Students who whose only loves are the arts account thatlhlawiUplac.addltional <, energetic few to the top>>, but more to bring people who were -That too much energy Is wasted on hypocritical flngerpoint-
\1' bun draft cards, refuse to serve In the armed forces; and nosy also reach a new high Intruth. strains on physical en- it could also open many doors drlfltlng apart together again. lag at,public' officials who might .have "conflicting interests..
t engage In riotous militant activities can expect to Hod that .. achievements durance. The results are boundto to a resplendent and fulfilling. ( All of as .have more than om loyalty. We each are loyal toourselves
i: these activities can handicap one from getting a job A b1DtI future prospects glowing be favorable, In either case, social existence ((29th). 1.8.M.14.-SI.900( our families,our communities,or church gran,our
to the wise Is sufficient. brighter and brighter. so make it easier on yourself light la flashing green for quite political parties, our nation, and humanity. That an official has
With all of these opportunities available, It behooves each by cultivating optimism and a spell ahead, Indicating thatthe PISCES 'dangeMosocie evidence his genuineness! Dot his potential
one to discipline his mind and become a student In seeking the } 28 59 1Z 72 -'551 self-confidence. ,possibility of accelerating .
I truth that provides jobs and makes man free.: BORN FEB.IStfc Much ta said these days against public officials who mayor

4.44.16. 45 78 -.Ui '11- 60 67 1% 42 779 MAR. 20ti these mv not have taken: money from questionable so 1rcis.To can
officials
to "
task U supposed to be i sign of "morality.
CEMINI back ...But the f1nrerpolDter. only display their hypocrisy, for few
CAPRICORN Bring Joyfulness. When
.; This WEEK li Negro History BORN NAT LEOBORN one sits down to think things _to t1c1l.Da' skirts are clean. And the fault-finders also fall
recognise that
JILT BORN BEC. what counts II the way an official carriesout
Hit over, .it immediately becomesapparent
Jjne IB, IB68: the Fourteenth taendntent to the VJ Constltu-, JBNE list AOO. 22il that the beautiful season his duties, not what he have been tempted to do.
t ion giving former slaves the right citizenship,was proposed,. 23rd 221* IAN.. 10tl when everybody should behaving
I.' in Congress.June to It enough There was a Test the wind. Confidence Back Into first gear. Things a good time
Is
time when owning a houseor should be rising, but It would have been going in reverse long In full sw>ng. This ,should again lift ,Whit 1 Abet Education?
1'7, ms: The Battle of Bunker Hill,in which many Negroes a' specified sum of money not be exactly prudent to come enough, or so it appears After the spirits anddapenany further Quality
i saw action and died, took place. was considered sufficient right out In the open as yet the necessary pause in meutralto desire to kick
guarantee to set one through Tap influential\ sources d Information get one's bearings It's time up any rows, The campus tal .
anywhere (25th 26tt).Plsceans overi IIy students
June 18, '1941: ,George Washington Carver was awarded the the twilight years. But In and pull strings to I to get moving forward one who .have been,leading a effects on the quality i have had somedlsastrous,
honorary doctor of science degree by the University of these days of Inflation and get soma of the pet projects again. It will necessarily be life may be now aware single GIlts The persistence d th e disturbances ucaUoq our student W*
," Rochester for his research at Tuskegee Institute. all the other so called economic under way without the fact being ,low at first, but the proc- 1 class baa Clued numerous
advantages in
;J; June 19, 1809- The First African Baptist church, believed to ,nostrums,. no ou can be ,made known to anybody but the. pect of going full speed ahead. the disadvantages.coming This second would to that II aril the trouble, u blew well II suspension or classes,,
1.r3 sere. There may be a possibility most trusted associates ((27th should be compensation enoughfor One over or things cooled off a bit.
be the Negro Baptist congregation In the United States, I the disadvantages ,This would university In New York
lined
n.s: .1Ie1llOfllldala that II
was la ,:. of doing something con-' 28th). Once a deal has been a beginning. Do not over be the first in ,student WU to receive a a
fbI1adtJpIaJa.'i
'!,2 ; < *) tructlTt in this connection and concluded Lad the benefits, look the advantages romance, stage for the step of setting the they;receive w. are DOt "fa111nc Itade.- What. kind- of grade-

fff June 'SO, 1868: Charles W. Chestnut, noted 'author and teacher, it feoale be explored to' the pocketed, the danger of anything and how it eels to have dear with marriage entry the eventual romance ob- Who A lad T State. University prepared; at to Greensboro DY. North, Carolina,
In Onto. going to hare been ones who give unstintingly of,' closed down fast ,
ban ?, '' ,end. (2stb-29th).; wrong seams jective.. week the seniors had their final
tsmon already taken
Jmt 21,1937: Death Glll arfo.Tanner,Internationally largely eliminated (29th.30ttt. their ,especially when.1 tDIAIDaUon lad wQl .. *" .
--- other tudents.-freshnun,
palate!" "*" 1f ti<" jo r",l4'. 28M484 .S ,59. :ib lS"&lJHii living-39-11-19-.53.-777 alone. ((28th: : It'.', M J ': : "I ,liter sophomores, or wW, and they?juniors:_ will. have to tab' }tttlr.>> :,mmlIUl0w r


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I Baptist Church Women Plan Annual Celebration Sunday, June ii-'




j ------- Prewfeest Speakers, Workers, WIN Gates T* Eifey FroflramSwdey.

Lamb's Kindergarten Queen. '
few 2f, the women of Guest teachers, churches they 12. Mrs Ida Fowler., Zion"Hope the lessee. Mrs Sadie Feddwil solo; Mrs Elsie Simpson,West
BttUeiHi Baptist .Chirch, 1615 represent, will be: 1. Mrs.: Paotlst 'bring words ef appreciation, Union Baptist, Introduction of
MaAsc, It,. W.... Williams Georgia Dixon, ML Zion Baptist Remark* will be made by Mrs speaker; Mrs Gladys Tucker: ,
pastor vDQ 1 present one of the Soutkslde; I. Mrs Helen W.L. Winiagss Jerusalem Baptist, offering
greatest nasal programs lathe 'Lawrence Tabernacle Baptist; Mrs. Ken Stevens of West Mrs. Maria Collins, Evergreen
history ef the chtrch. These 3 Mr*. Magdalena Perry ,Uhlea Baptist Church will be the Baptist offering .Mrs. RohrmlMorris .tpresentation
services will highlighted .Shiloh Baptist, 4. Lucy Ben r. Bomlxf speaker, other pa.rUlpants ; Mrs.Hattie
taroejbeut the day and during Coins Emanuel Baptist; S.Mrs erorganiaatlanswiilbet foster. r.AM.prksu Grant cochairman -
Mrs ,
each service If the presence of A.B. Reed, Abyssinia: Baptist; fioradale Prayer Band! ;Mrs.W. words of apprec1at1oo and chaJrmaa. -
.outstaadteg visiting workers, C. Mrs Leona Jackson, New L. WlUlins, call to worship;
ulster*, musicians Betdel AME, 7. Mrs Irene ; r eMarrvtOe Baptist Church .
The ssmal eteemnce gets Tinsley, Mt Ararat Baptist; Choir ... t; Usher Board No. Many young people have been
at which
qa sh u afer .waywtth the Sunday1 6. Mrs. Maggie B. Giles Mt. scheduled for 3 p m,
"I ef Bt. Olive; Mr*. Katie II.Ddhtr Cassandra Edwardswill
I School at 9 Mrs Ola time Miss
: : Mae Vernon Baptist; 9. Mrs. Vest Union Baptist,
Wilson
Miss
Caesar win be guest superintendent : Alberta Grooms, Jerusalem : speak. Betty
missionary Mrs Vivian
prayer:
\1 ''* will read the Scripture. Miss
Mrs. Julia Long- 110'. ,
Baptist |Ilq. Mrs EUWe" P : Wilsoi, soaouncementsj Mrs
y r worth win he guest secretary Hayes, Mt. Olive Primitive Shlrtry Williams Sandra Wilson will in'] educe
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4A .okra. ft.9. toes will be the. Baptist ;11. Mrs. Eula'Wilkerson MATTIE FOSTET:' Mrs lurid Sedro,response Bennett; the mistress of ceremonies

pst ".,,!ewer. : Mt Ararat Baptist. Mrs Jaule Johnson will review flI Statist. Jens ) Ga.. CONTINUED ON PAGE 1

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It* joint lady shown Is tile cuter above U Altha,Dingle Simmons, winner of the King and t,,, \
Queen contest of the little Lamb's Kindergarten contest held recently at the Epbesns Seventh -
Day Adventist Church on Edgewood Avenue. Altha Is the daughter of Itrs Susie D ': Not 2.
Simmon.Bob Smith Fashion Studios Photo.

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t GREATER NEW JERUSA::. M BAPTIST "
{, Sunday School opens at 9:30withthesuperintendentand officers
k In charge. At U a.m. the pastor or an appointee will speak.
District meetings will be held at 3 p.m. The BYPU meets
of l at 1 p.m. The evening worship takes place at 1 p m. On Tuesday
I. night at 7:30: June 24, the pastor asks the congregation to w
'1(, accompany him to Friendship Primitive Baptist where he
j will give services Rev. R.H. Robinson is pastor. Rev J.C.
Fenney, pastor .

iiT. SINAI HOLINESS: I

., Services during the week are on Tuesday night,Thursday night, ; a !I
\ a p m. Thursday noon and Friday night,with Mrs Cora Franklin ;; .Z''s
t: In charge of the youth service Sunday School begins at 10.30 ALICE YARImOtJCiH sfftx
a.m, The morning worship begins at U:45. The lllsslonar
\ service opens at 3 pm. On Sunday night the YPHA meets Mrs Alice Yarbrough, above',
/. The evening worhslp begins at B p.m Elder L.M. Sparks Is chairman of the program
t Is pastor. The church Is located at 1145 West fist committee of Usher Board No. But
I I I of Stephen AME Church which j

j'IIT.SALEMBAPTIST [ Is sponsoring a recital Sunday,,. M4..._ .. .. .
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent'Jack: Green In June 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the 4." ,." ( 1h, .4s!$,ekA + 6%. '} y p r PASSBOOK
charge. The morning devotions begin at 11 a.m, with Deacons church Featured will be the ''' }
J.B. Sims and George Tucker presiding 'A program will be United Choir and the Male SAVINGS ACCOUNT
given at 3 p.m In the Interest of the pool rally. Deacon C. Chorus, as well as the Junior .
Tucker and Deacon Green are chairman 'lbueninedeotiOlll choir. Refreshments will follow [
begin at 6 p.m. Weekly services will be as usual. Rev. W.0. the concert Rev R.V. Wester 3.
Rogers Is pastor. Ifrt C. Sampson is reporter. The church Is Is pastor. Mrs Maggie Slmms
located at 1281 West 22. president' .

EMANUEL BAPTIST Golden Links Club I
On Tuesday the teachers and prayer meeting will be held'.lth .,
the pastor and officers in charge On Wednesday Choir No. 3 Plans For OutingMrs. Plans
will rehearse at 7 p.m On Thursday the noonday prayer .e

; service will be held at the church Choir No. I wW rehearse : :. for ...., /
TbelmaJ Walkerpresl- .
a at 8 p.m. On Saturday the Junior choir will rehearse at 4 p.m. den officers and members of r; .. High earnings Your money immediately -
\ The male chorus will meet at 7:30.: On Sunday Sunday School ,
the Golden Links Club, have i available $1 minimum t.
begins at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs.Mamie Fields and Deacon George SAVINGwith ; ',
completed plans for their \ ,', open. Add any amount at anytime.A .
t Smith In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee ."
Consecration begins at 10:30.: The morning worship begins at their summer bus outdoor ride. Mrs activities Annie and... 1, pnnbook record ef your account.
f 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge Preaching begins at noon.
Mrs
Anderson Is secretary.
Baptism will be administered in the morning BTU begins at Beatrice Cuthbert Is business HIGHINTEREST c' GOLDEN
5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips In charge The evening :, -r
worship begins at 6:30. Choir No. 1 and the Junior Choir, manager .'j

Usher Board No land the Junior Board will serve Miss Lorella ...," ,4'' .
Collins and C.B. Fisher will be at the Instruments. Choir No. 1 "
will serve In the fellowship service at 2:30.: The church Is Chiimu
located at ZiZl Forest. Rev S.L. Badger Is pastor. 'r


Siriiy, June 29, SweetfieldWomen SAVINGS INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES ///FI, : EAGLE ACCOUNTS r


Hold Amial Celebration eqrmnc/ 1fl l r J ,4l k in r

Greater Sweetfield Missionary Whittfleldr;; Observations, Mrs.
Baptist Church, 1365 Harrison, ilebecca Thompson;Acknowledgement -
will be the scene Sunday, June of visitors, Miss
22, of its Annual Women's Day Shirley D. Murray.
observance
The raring w.rshJpw1lJbec1n
The General Committee has
At 5:30 Mrs Willie
B.
p.m. annually
announced completion of plans,
Green will be In charge of devotions = fair
with Mrs Madeline Judge as Paid Quarterly
.
The usual procedure
chairman. Mrs. Novell
will be followed. Mrs Adena
Williams will be co-chairman '.' ....,. Issued in
Highest earnings
Buggett will pray; Miss Clara Higher earnings.: $100 mini;-
Mr..OIaIlaeMurraywmllrYeU ....... meunts of minimum
Jackson will make announcements $5,000 mum. Add any amount at any
Services Pastor.for-tllt-day.will begin at 930 Mrs. R.W. Jackson will MRS.ROSE BARROWMrs. term 6 months. Additional cer 4//,7/4f///4 time. Funds available after 90days
pray for the Incapacitated.Mrs. tificates multiples $1- first 1 10 of
with the Sunday School in during days
a m Rose Barrow, above 1a' '
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charge of Mrs. Nevada Willie Murray will be chairman of the program 000. You money Immediately /,7 ,i//7/// each quarter. A passbook rec-v
mistress of ceremonies Other
available
Anderson, host superintendent, participants Will be Miss committee for Women's Day at ord of your account.y .
and her staff of workers, wel Peace Missionary Baptist
Hooks welcome
Carolyn ,
coming and assisting the guest address Mrs Helen Forrest Church Sunday, June 22, at
,
officials An appointed gnestwill Mrs Mattle Glunt Jessie and Van Buren East y INVESTIGATE I OUR NEW
response; ,
give the general review of the .
guest soloist Mrs Mary Slater Mrs Barrow, Instructor at the .
; ,.
lesson Remarks will be made .
Mary McLeod Bethune School,
guest speaker;Invitation,offertory
by thelistorfor-the-day.: Mrs Annie Mae has announced that the morning
Field
The morning services begin Mrs Ethel Jackson,Mrs.Sarah .speaker for the occasion will
n a.m, with Mrs Riile Coot MONTHLY INCOME ACCOUNT
Bash, Miss Florlta Johnson be Mrs Brilla Thomas, curricula -
and a prayer band In charge of iMlss Beverly Shields will make assistant at Edward .
devotions Following the
processional closing remarks All are Waters College The evening
by the choirs and welcome. speaker, at 5:30: p m., will be. '
ushers the responsive readingwill Mrs.Clandlne Williams, sectod Plan to Save for Retirement Education .
be given by Mrs Ola Mae Twelve Christian vice president of the General
Murray. Mrs. Admiral State Baptist Coaventfonpresl
Cummings will give the prayer. Club Plans Big dent cf the Baptist Ministers .N;A j,. Future Enjoyment Security
Miss Clara Jackson wW make Wives of Jacksonville, and
:Announcements. Mrs IX. Sunday Hour public school: teacher. Three r Visit any of eurconvement branches er Phene fir detects.IRST .
Norman will give the prayer for The Twelve Christian Clu6 w1U adult candidates will be baptized A
the Incapacitated.Mrs. have a Family and Friend Hour daring the morning Service. xSif'Q
Cecil Mlms wW be Sunday, June 2i,In the Fountain ,Rev. DB Barnes Is pastor + s
Federal
mistress of ceremonies Miss Chapel AME Church, 737 East Mrs D.B.Barneswlllbe Pastor j # SAVINGS
Gloria Singleton will deliver Jessie Street,from 3:30 to 5:SO for Out Day.Rose }
the welcome address The response 1

will be given by Mrs p.m.The public Is invited. Some of ? K tt*. & Loan Association of Jacksonville

Louise Graham.'Other participants -' the city best talent will appear,, Of f Sharon
will be. Mrs Vivian, along with Evangelist Buckman, 'Jf First federal Saving Bldg Southwest (Trench Northside Branch / Vn
Grreen Copeland, solo; Mrs. the Traveling Stars. Mrs. ""*
'Leona Daniels, guest speaker;' Charlotte Smith, Mrs Harriet Club Meets See: ADAMS JULIA, 3731 RLANDING ILVD. UtO NORWOOD AVENUEf'

Mrs. Mattle Blount, guest Day. Mrs. Fannie B. Davis and]
speaker; Invitation to Joiners, Prof. AlvlnH. Green of Edward The Rose of Sharon Bible Club Mde 44e Sew1y adGlwia Xsedee4
oflertory, M"Doreatha Davis, Waters College;' Mrs Ada ... will meet Sunday at B p.m. with

'Mrs.: Irene Williams, Mrs Brows ls president Evangelist Mrs. Jennette Judson,1740 West, .. OW..,.,,11 L.,...,"d.,.,S.."',,._'"," 'I/i,,,,In0V'WIM..Mp./r.tN.nO
Rattle Clark, Mrs Beanie M. K.M Mack leader. Urn .


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Church Of God State Convention Bring:s Hundreds Here For Confab June 23-291


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I Speakers Delegates Youth
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Religion And Race' ) For Colossians Dual Day Baptist Celebration Set Honored To Meet at 1445 Steele Chord


Thi Church of God, 1445 Steele Street, Jacksonville, will be1

BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I ,Colossians Baptist Church has Mrs L. Green In charge: f 7Y host to the mammoth Church of GodState Convention> from June
INVOLVEMENT URGEDATL4NTANPIAn announced its Annual Dual Day Missionary Mack Ada Brown 23 to and including June 29. Walter D. Jackson Is State Overseer

to be held Sunday, June 22,"itll will have charge of the devotions. _
appeal to United Methodists to become programs.throughout the day Mrs. Ida Scott will give SM a theme the convention [me." The Lord' supper win
.Involved In meeting the nation' crises beyond that set by the consider "Come hither and
The services will open with the mission prayer. Mrs. ; up be administered. .The service
1961 General conference, was made by Bishop W. Ralph Ward, the Sunday School at 9.30 arm Murray will read the Scriptures. let's go over," from Rer. 41 I will vesture music at 730.
N.Y. chairman
Syracuse'' ( ) Methodist $20 million Fund For
The convention authoritieshave
Mrs. L. Baisden Mrs. Line led by Clevelon
Kecoacillatlon. "We guest superintendent Reed will presentthe Devotions,
are aware that the national crisis has
will be in charge. W. speaker, MotherScott.IIr. emphasized fasting from Ferguson, will follow. CH.
The deepened and extended Its influence during the past year Sinclair will be guest teacherfor Odessa Burgess will pray for June 15 through June 21, until Knowles will read the Scrip
drawing together of the American society has not to
come No. 1 class Deacon Bishop the sick and Mrs Fan IeIIarsha11wWllvetllelnY1tat1oa 3pm. tures. Peter C. Hickson will
pus, despite determination to give the new administration
Con vent ion personalities la
.time to Justify itself." Robinson for No. t, Mrs.liable deliver the message.
Arllner for No. S, John Rogers to Joiners. The offering wW management are: Walter Friday, June 27, the .WiUln
TAKE IT SERIOUSLY for No. 4 and Mrs. M.J. be taken: by Mrs. Ann Wright!, Jackson, state overseer; Peter.C. .. Workers Band Session win be
NASHVILLE-NPQ-.The( Black Methodists Henderson for No 5. Mrs Catherine Pugh, 1Ir.Ora GL' : Hickson: state secretary- iell Ladles will be asked to
Church Renewal] The lesson will be reviewed Lee Jones and Mrs Bernice treasurer; P.A. Nesbitt, Jr., wear navy blue andwhlte during
board issued a call for United Methodists to "study the Black
state youth director;Mrs.Annie
Bradford.
by Deacon Frank LWWBsession.Eachchurchis
Manifesto, take It seriously and Campbell. the
contribute to Black
economic
The Mrs. Mabelle z B. Wheeler,State Missions representative ,$10.00
morning TaIor"W to report
development The United Methodist Church has been assessed worship begins represent a expected
$300 million of the $500 million sought in "reparations." at 11 am, with COlllleCratIoD'supervised p>, the Serving Women' ; Mrs. Luereather for LWffB.
by Mrs. L. Green. Society: Mrs. Christine Senior : Jackson, state president of
STAFF ADDITIONS Missionary Mack Ada Brown will give the financial report. 4 LWWB; Mrs. Viola Hamption, Services will begin at 7 a.m. .
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will have charge of the devotional -, These chairmen will give reports .. state booster and Roosevelt .with James Good leading the
CHICAGO-NPI--A( ) former staff
member of Tuesday Hestle, host pastor. Convention Mrs Marie Carswell
service. Mrs. Ida Scott as veil as Mrs. prayer.
Magazine, and a contract compliance specialist for the De- will lead the devotional service. Elizabeth Crawford. clerks are Mrs Irene G.Tuu1l, win lead. devotions 1Ir..Elnora
partments of Defense and Navy, have been added to the national The morning worship begins The afternoon service begins Mrs Louise S. Reid and Mrs Roberts will read the Sc ip-
staff of Project Equality They are lames Nixon, 37, who Ethel Beckford. tures. Mrs Irene G.Tuns W wW
11 at I
served the at. am. with,consecration, p.m., with the men in
on management staff of Tuesday; and Joseph charge. Deacon Bishop Oa Monday, June 23, the openIng present ,!the State President of
Kredents 44
one-time member of the Chicago Commission dayDR.R.Leonard Car roll LWWB Mrs Lee reather
Human Relations. Robinson will lead the consecration -: ,
on WEDDING BELLSWalter service Deacon; it' first assistant general overseer Jackson. Local presidents will

Friendly Westside Choirs Robinson and Deacon Charles A, Detroiter'described u a "one-woman war on poverty": has. will speak. Others participating give cape:essloos.Miss A1et1l1a
Warren Hill, Jr. 9l27 .LanDt win be In charge of been named to receive Ford Motor Company's highest award for on the program will Alexander will speak.
Eaton Are., 23 and Ruby Elizabeth devotions Rev. N. Battle will ,community service. Mrs. Charleszetta Waddles, founder and be: K.P. Hardemon, devotions; Speakers on other days win
Mole Chorus, Prepare Music Hall, 9767 N. Jupiter Ct., give the mission prayer. Ref.. pastor of the Perpetual Soul Mission in Detroit's inner city, William CarswelLScrlptnre; be: Friday night, Mrs. Shirley
Street. 18.Frank J. Robinson will read the and her husband, Payton, are among seven persons designated Mrs. VirginiaCurrlneton, M. Wallace and Mrs. CelestlnePoitler
The Friendly Westsida Union Kenneth Olds 6229 Ma- "Citizens the Year' Crier welcome address Leon Ellis Saturday June 28
The Friendly Westside Chorus Scriptures.Rev as of and recipients of Town Bell ; ; ,
Male Chorus hold a special Union will hold their monthly ney Dr., 19 and' Nancy Jane R.J. Crawford will present Awards Ford's 10th annual Detroit-area Community Service welcome for the churches In the morning Mrs Yiolat Hampton,
meeting and business conference mass revival meeting, Sunday Harrington, 3114 Cortes Rd. 18. Her W.M. Jenkins,; Awards program Mother Waddles, u she is known, has. city; Mayor Hans Tanzler, State Booster.The BoosterswlU
in the lower unit of Mt.
afterno June 22, at 2:30p.m.In : speaker Rev. Crawford will been helping the poor "since back before it became Mayor of Jacksonville; George serve Saturday. Ordained
,
Sinai Missionary baptist the main auditorium of Philadelphia Larry Robert Peiper, 1054 Ca- extend the Invitation The offer fashionable,' she says. Since founding the mission In 1957, A. Wallace, response The ,ministers, licensed ministers
Church, 1551 Lee Street Sat- Baptist Church, llente Dr. 21 and Laura Lynn tog will be taken by Deacon she. has ministered to the needs of the poor in many waysI session will be inspired by Worship evangelist, exhorters and
urday evening, June 21, at 7.00: Florida. Rev. J.W. Leach, 542 Bayridge Rd., 19. Charlie Cooper, Deacoa I through what amounts to an "unofficial welfare center" in Song. members are expected to con
p.m. Rev. B. J. Lane,pastor Callahan, David Clifford 9200 On Tuesday morning Claudius tribute. Hollis Green will ala
Johnson is host pastor. Stephens, Phillips, Deacon Henry: Martin, operated largely on faith and borrowed money. One other
Mrs Catherine W. Sykes will The Friendly Westside Choirs August Jr. 21 and Sheila Cindy Deacon Sam Reed and Deacon best-known endeavors is a soup kitchen which: dally feeds 250 C. Pratt will lead devotions. sneak.
'be in charge." Union will render*Safurday Whtttington, 546 W. 25th St.,20. Jackson The financial report persons-white and black.She also launched a self-help center F.B. Bell will read the i State Missions will be
The Friendly Westsida Choirs night revival Jubilee S h r l 1"te: will be made by Ambrose 'to teach useful skills to young people and to rehabilitate older Scripture. Congregational sing emphasized Saturday afternoon.
Union will meet Saturday evening In Songs,at Mt Caramel Baptist Charles Edward Dunbar, 5409 Merklson. Concluding remarks ones. At the center, classes in typing, dressmaking machine ing will be featw td.. .Mrs. Annie B. Wheeler, state
,June 21,for the first rehear- Church, Folkston, Ga. Saturday Mays Dr., 25 and Margaret will be made by the chairman;, .operating music, photography and upholstery are taught by The official opening of the missions president, will speak.
sal for the musical extravaganza evening, July 5th, at 8:30: p.m. Victoria Jackson, 2822 Buck and by Rev R.J. Crawford. volunteers. She recently started a free health clinic and runs convention will be Tuesday at, Messages will come from Mrs.
"SingCholr of Choirs, Rev Henry L. Baker Is pastor man St. 18.Samuel a "halfway house" to help rehabWtate former mental patients. 2 p.m. Overseer Walter D. Queen E. McMUIon and Mrs.
Sing", at 7:30 p. m, in the The motorcade will leave Philadelphia Jennings, Paulsboro, Elder Mrs.. Collins Mother Waddles also sponsors a troop of Camp Fire Girls Jackson will speak W.A. Verlene Lawson Sunday, at y
lower unit of Mt. Sinai Miss. Baptist Church, 5571 N. J., 24 and Sharon Theora organized the Auto Safety Troubadours, a group of youngsters Williams will lead devotions a.m., a special prayer service
ionary Baptist Cburch, 1551 Lee N. Moncrief'! Rd. at 7:00: p. m. Ellis, 1735 Brooker PI, ,22. Observe Eleventh who sing safety songs at c:1vlcfuncUons.ln: her charitableacUWtIIbe ,Alvln Parris, Sr., will read the will be held. From 9:30 to 10:30
has the full-time support and financial assistance: Scripture. The mammoth convention a.m. a modern Sunday School
; Annual Sunday of her husband,an employe of Ford's GeneralServices Division. choir will sing. J.B.F. will be demonstrated by P.A.
e, The Community Service Awards program is conducted by Ford McGarrah. will sneak as well Nesbltt,, Jr., State Director.
Elder and Mrs. J. S. Collins each year at some 40 company locations across the nation Goeorge A. Wallace. Mrs The widely known radio
will observe their eleventh to recognize and honor employes and spouses of employee who Pauline Solomon will lead devotions service will be at 10:40 Sunday
FREE CHECKINGWith anniversary: Sunday, June 22, give their time and talents toward the betterment of their with Reuben White morning. H.G Portler will give
at the House of God, 1725 West I communities. This is the 10th consecutive year It has been reading the Scripture. Special the special message.
tt 28th, at Pearce Sir eet. conducted en a nationwide basis ,musical selections: will be pre-. The :young people and young
minimum balance Mrs. Emily Timmons will I sented. Worship in giving wW Sunday School workers will
serve u mistress of cere- Payit Chapel AME Church be stressed. meet Monday through Saturday.
monies. Mrs:Thelma Edwards At 7 a.m. on Juno 25 Leroy They will complete plans on
o E $99. or more will serve as Sanders will lead the prayer Monday at two sessions. At
I Appearing deanofhostell"1 Holds Men's Day June 22 service. Mrs. Wallace will p.m. Mrs Ethel F. Beck-

\ I Singers, ., lead the devotions with J.R. lord will speak on "Why
r \ MARINE NATIONAL BANKOF ', Singers, Sunny Rose Singers I Men's Day will be celebrated I teach the Bible class. 'Deacon Solomon, Jr., reading the Christian Education." At6p.m.
Angellte Singers, Mrs. Ethel, :AME: Church, Rev; R.Klnl: Elijah ToWver of Si Matthew Scrlptarei. Rollis L.Green will Wednesday a panel discussion:

JACKSONVILLE' Bannister, Traveling Stars, f Putor. Baptist will Instinct the senior serve as Bible teacher. Atl. will be held' On Thursday evening -.
Excelsior Singers, Sun Rise Prominent guests will participate class. Jimmie A. Johnson of p.m Mrs. Ophelia Dawtins will evangelistic serviceswill
jrI JULIA AT DUVAL Singers, Sunbeam Singers in services for the day. St. Paul AME will instruct the lead the devotions, with beheld.
Elder J.M. Tarver Is pastor.J]I in the Sunday School Grant Juniors, Levi Lyles the primary David Slaughter, Jr., reading On Friday night at 8 p.m the
FREE PARKING directly in back of bank Memorial AME's A.V. Rose : class. Mr. Lyles will represent the Scriptures. The message massed choir will sing. A

will be guest superintendent. First Corinthian will come from Leon Damn speaker will come from the
,.... ....... "' ''AI ..."' ...... ,.......... "CHAIIMAN William Smiley of St. Paul AME Baptist. Deacon H. Goggins of and from L.O. Wynn.: At 7:45 National Sunday School Youth
will be.eeretary Deacon Willie Grace Baptist will Instruct the Percell Sanders will be in Department in Cleveland, Te...
Jones of Sprlnghlll Baptist will Beginners In Classes 1 and 2. charge of devotions.On Saturday night will be a night
be the guest revleyer.E.Brad- Deacon A.J. Robinson of Union' Thursday morning at 7 a.m. of Joy. :personal. testimonies,
ford. of St. Stephen AME: will Progressive will Insturct Be- Thomas Chenault will lead the will be given by Miss Patsy
!
ginners' in Classes 3 and 4. the prayer service.E.M. Parris Bently, Miami; Miss Dancette+
.11 > New Bethel ANE Dr.: A' ReddferwUl: speak will lead the devotions while Flsburn, Daytona; Miss Sherly
in the morning service. THE James Chenault will lead the Ferguson, West Palm Beach and
Ushers Minister is pastor of Grant' Scripture. HolUs L. Green will Melvln Fields, Jacksonville
the fun place to :hop... e SponsorTri Memorial AME Church. David be the Bible teacher At 2p.m., Sunday at 4 p m. special music'
Color'TeaSenior Fresler will reside.! Other; following !the music service, will be furnished by the state
guests will be: Arthur Jenkins, Onan Chenault will lead the representative to the Teen

,DOWNTOWN STORE-300 HOGAN ST, Usher Board Nol: 1 of St. Paul AME: Johnnie Jackson, devotions. James Campbell will Talent Parade In Dallas In 1968.
St. Paul AME: Deacon William read the Scripture. R.M. Hanna ,A candlelight service will
MRS. LILT MAE FINN New Bethel AME Church,Third
.
and Anon, Grace Baptist; Paul L. ; will read the message. follow. Awards will be pre-
Tyler will hold its
RECLINERSDURABLE Above is Mrs. Lily Mae Finn, trl-color ,tea annual :Owens, Mt. Olive AME; Mr. A Thursday night them will sented. .
annual on Sunday, June
co-chairman of the Jerrell, Macedonia
Baptist be "This do in remembrance of
''Women's Day at Peace 22, at the church, from 4 to 8 Woodrow CarnSt.Stephen AME

Missionary Baptist Church,Van: p.m .GeqrgeGoggln Macedonia
Buren and Jessie. Mrs. Finn,', The Junior choir will render Baptist.
$ :an ardent worker at the church music. Mrs. J.M Bailey is Supervising the taking of the _CHURCH NOTESGRANT I
'''' ,' ",;$ ;d; and In religious circles, Is sponsor Mrs. Gertrude Morseis ,collection will be Herman ,
also president of District No, organist. The public Is :Harris, ,Zion. Hope Baptist and '

: : ; : ,' 'i\\ sr8 has 2 for also the announced church. that Mrs.a baby Finn dent.featured.invited.! Rev.Local G.W.EUsha Bruton talent Jones is will presi be Is Baptist,and Nathaniel, as well Davis as IssacSplvey of Grace MEI It1AL. ST. PAUL AME

; cpjftest between the daughter of pastor. Mrs. C.F.Donalson ;of Jerusalem Baptist Deacon ,The Youth of !the Grant Steward Board Ko. 2 of St.
,7 ...,:, .'. I Mrs. Barbara Primas Grant of chairman ;Potter of Progressive Baptist Memorial AME church will be Paul AME: Church will present
,r.,' .,' '. ,:. \, I 1 Los Angeles,sponsored ay Mrs program and F.H. Mills exercising their Christian gifts Mrs Roberta Bacon Manuel and
'C." \ ,Rose Lee Grant, and the Baptists Reeled John Spencer will preside in and paces throughout the day William D. Cannon in a mis leal
daughter of Mrs Qulnnie Mae 'the evening. Other participants beginning with the Sunday, Sunday, June 22, at 7 p.m.Mrs.
Dais of Jackson, will be presented will be: Deacon Willie Jones, Church School at 9.30:: with Manuel will be at the.organ.
t i' f P' by Mrs. Viola Tate at two Heads ToSeventeenth'Term Sprlnghlll Baptist; Leonard Bernard Reed, youth superintendent- Harrison Nash Is vice chair-
4 p.m. Services at the church Davis, Springfield BAptist; Mr. tendent!, along with his staff of ;;an.
J begin with the Sunday School.: ,Brooks, St Paul AME: Johnnie officers and teachers:
!jf. 'ev, D.B. Barnes is pastor. Bolden, decalogue; Samuel During the 10:45 a.m. worship,.
r M Mrs. D.B. Barnes wUl be pastor W.G. Patterson and Alexander Bryant. polo Arthur McMillan, Rev F J). Richardson, Sr. will Second Baptist.
: y yi yry
a : : f rot the ..Day.Excelsior. Heard were reelected to their Edward Waters College deliver the message. At the

: 17m Joint terms as presidents i Taking the collection will be: 6:45 p.m., the pastor Dr. A. Scene Of
Council of the District SS and BTUCon- Roosevelt Bacon, Redeem Bap- Joseph Roddick: will bring the
ventloo of East Florida and the tist; James Spencer Spring- message.The .
.t; No. 1 PlansEdncational Bethany Baptist Association at hill Baptist; Johnnie Crawford, Youth Choir will serve Usher AnniversarySecond !

,. Tea the Friendship Missionary BajH Redeem Baptist and William throughout the day, accompanied -
.Cat Church,North Jacksonville, Wright, Macedonia Baptist. by the Male Chorus at Missionary Baptist
Excelsior Council No: 1 Sons recently.: :45.p.m. Church will be !the scene of the
I' and Daughters of Bethany:: win Others elected were: Jasontea National Joint anniversaries of all usher
sponsor an educational L Barrs! vice president of the SS Baptist Unit SECOND BAPTIST borads on Monday evening,June'
Sunday: June 22, from 4 to 6 Department; Miss Marguerite 23, In the sanctuary: Rev Joe
pm The public invited.. Mer:lie, flnanteal secretary of Meet In Chicago Rev J.C. Sams will deliver two CaJhonn, pastor of St.,'John ,
1 The tea win be held In Pall- the SS; Morris Mann, vice sermons at Second Baptist Baptist Church, Orange Park,
Y bearers Hall, 817 Spearing. A president of the BTU and Mrs. The national convention of the Church Sunday: will be the speaker. .All are
.' # I program will be given. R.B. Aaron, Joint treasurer; National Baptist Congress will Services will Include the invited.
Speakers with special Information Rev. A.J. Hughes, director dRettig meet in Chicago from June Sunday School, 9:30: morning
\ will be: Mrs. I music; Miss Audrey Dole Smith. 24 to June 29. worship D LID Baptist Training Rev. Rhin( Will

Mills, supervisor of GJEO;Eric;;' pianist Rev C.!.., Culver, Heading the delegation will be Union, 5.45andeveningsenrico,
O. Simpson and Councilwoman chairman of the executive Rev James Carl Sams, of 7 p.m. Consecration for the Preach At
SaUye B. Mathls.. board; George Williams, joint Jacksonville, the general president ',deacons deaconesses, tatter and
1\1I Rev. Charles E. Toston win be recording secretary and Miss of the National Baptist Convention the choir will be Sunday at St. Matthew Baptist

; I master ,of cermonles.- ?k I Cynthia Kendrlcks, assistant of America Rev Sams 10:50 a.m. Rev. Henry t.Rh1m,associate
pianist. will preside over the national i During the week there will be minister of Mt Sinai Baptist
IN MEMORIAM executive: board meeting. Plans an assembly of those who planto
I an. C.B. Dalley, vice to Chicago Church, will be the guest
In moderator, presided at the will be formulatedfor the parent go minister at St. Matthew, 28th
of
loving beloved
memory our -
.. EASY TO CLEAN PLASTIC \ "' :; \ ';, parents aid grandparents election. "'1 body's national meeting ,la St. FIRST? TIMOTHY and Moncrief Road, Sunday,
..
1 Rev Eddie Petersburg in September. June 22 !
'A at the 7
of service.
Burroughs pjn :
1' ;1.1:. ," t .. Mri. Rosa Brown,who Bartow, third vice president of Among others who will attend Rev. W.W""Whiihead, pastor of Others appearing on the program -
,.!COMFORTABLEASCHAIRORLOUNGE. ', departed on June 15, 1M3, and the Progressive Baptist State> are Rev. B.H. Hartley a Corner's Temple Baptist1 are i Deacon Willie J.
; Mr. William Brows
.., 1I'i'''i\ on Convention, wu a visitor. Be moderator; G.W. Scolt, Chorea of Savannah, Ga., will Smith and the Willing Workers
h'ltt. ;f" September 15, 1944. Sleep on. it currently. pastorlng In president of the Sunday Schoolconvention conduct an old fashioned revival Male Chores, The Singing
SUITABLE FOR LIVINGROOM FAMILY ROOM OR' Dears, 'Tls God who thought Florida. and Mrs. G.C. meeting beginning Monday Wonders\ J.P. Williams and the
best to
DEN take this
you from Vaught, active in the women's Bight lee SS and
\ The next session will be held' ending July New Bethel AMI Male Chore
'f i word| of sorrow to lovely I at the First African Missionary division. Mrs. Taught is a vice at the First T11Io Baptist Deacon Eugene Flagg ta&others I.
7:, DECORATOR COLORS, dace: of: rest. Signed' : Mrs. ,Baptist Church of Green Cove president Quell, 1357 Hart at Baraett!, .' The program is la the
Rebecca B. Black, daughter; Rev G.!.. Price of St. Rev. R.L. Smith
Springs. >In 1970, with Rev L.M. pastor. interest of Women's Day lily:
: II r. Eddie Brown and Kata ,I, Jones U pastor of !the host, Matthews and J.B. Adams will Rev. Whitehead is widely oi'how. ZOo MM Ernest Holzendorf Is
__. CTION GUARANTEED-REPLACEMENT Polite Miss Mabel Black '
: sons
,
OR MONEY
B REFUNDED ; .church.; be active In the department. as an evangelist. sponsor. Rev. George A. Price,

,and Erie.M. Black, grandsons.. t- .-education.. .. .. -.- .... !%.!.@ !.t ,t.r m. la ....... ,

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I r Mt. Ararat Baptist Women Plan Eventful Annual Celebration Sunday.,. June 29 I

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I Citywide Baby Contest Awards A Reunion li buds First Missionary Mrs. Elizabeth Perry Wise


Baptist Announces Featured As Morning SpeakerA
Night At St. Stephen June 29The
Annual
Dual
s Day great day has anticipated for lit. Ararat Baptist Church on
Awards Citywide Night win Baby be Contest featured and Mrs. E. McGowan will Mrs.give Helen the First Missionary Baptist ,Sunday, June 29, Women' Day. However, as a sort of kickoff

at St. Stephen AME Church welcome address Willie Church of Jacksonville will observe 'or prelude for that day will be the calendar Tea sponsored by .
respond.
Lawrence will the mammoth Women's Committee on Sunday June 22 from
Sunday the Dual Day service ,
night June 29.
,
Presenting the awards will be Motley will give the offertory a Sunday, June 1%. 4 Jo 8 D.m. In the Educational Building. A full program !hu

the WI.JIID4 Means Committee plan. Sunday School opens at 9:30, been planned ..
of the church, under the leader Other services are as usual: with guest officers in charge. On Sunday, June 29, Mrs Nelly's, Miss L.B.Stewart,Mt.,
ship of Mrs. L.G. Genwrlght. On Friday night the Junior Mrs. H.H. Wright will serve Corene Williams will serve as Zion AME and Young )leD'.".
The program will begin 7 p.m. church will sponsor its Gospel as acting pastor for the women Eutor-for-the-day The theme Bible, C.L. Lee
The principal: apeater will be Sing Along. Rev. H.L. Herod and for the youth activities. will be "A Christian Woman's Guests of the Young Married
Rev. H.L. Herod religious-, will emcee. The affair will be Mrs. Deborah Hartley will Role in Today's World." Sunda Couples' department will be:I
director of Radio StaUo WOBS. tmdar the supervision of Mrs. speak In the momlnMrs. School will begin at 9:30 with I. Mrs. Delphlne Thomas, Mt.
Johnnie Shaw will be emcee.The Wilton Blake, Miss Mali Oceana Fluellen will be speakerfor lira A.N. .Session of Mt. Zion AME Mrs. Louisa Perkins
Grant Memorial trio will sing. Wilson, Mrs. Altames the three o'clock service.At Mt. Vernon Baptist and Wffl>
Members are Mrs Frank! McIntosh and Miss Charles 7.30: beginning\ with the devotional Randall
Adams, Mrs. Georgia Benjamin Taylor] preslden. services led by the Guests In the Intermediate Departments -
and Mrs Laellen McBride. The Junior Church will meet deacons, Rev H.L. Herod will are: 1., Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Nealey will also Saturday at 330. The united be the speaker. Anderson, Mt. Sinai Baptist,!.,
sing"Among ottier participants choirs will rehearse at 7:30 Program chairmen are: Mrs. Deacon W.R. Davis 1. Mrs.

will be: Midway AME: choir, Sunday School begins at 930. Marion Williams, for the Essie Jones Williams, Mt.
Mrs. Gertrude Morse,dramatic Consecration takes place at women; Miss Dolores Worthy Tabor Baptist; 4, Mrs. Juanlta
10:45 and morning worship at 11 for Deacon Eddie Smith Tabernacle
reader, Mrs. Anna D. Wells, youth; Wynn Baptist and
Mrs. Lucille Mote, Mrs Sadie a.m. The ACE League meets for the men. Rev H.H. Wright Mrs Leola Poole, ,First
Tellls, Mrs. Mary Francis at 530. Mrs. Carrie Adams. Is minister, Baptist.The .
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred president asks that parents morning service begins at
Deal, Allen Clarke. send their children. Rev. Gateway Auxiliary 11 a.m. Mrs. Lula Adams and
And' Rev. Alvin Jones, Mrs. Webster will speak at both Mrs Helen Smith will be In
Gussie Paige Gray, United major services. He will return 3131 Hears charge of devotions.' The 100thiFsalm ,
Choirs of St. Stephen and from the bishops' council In will be repeated by tile
Ensemble, Bethlehem Youth time for service. On Sunday Delegate Reports COD ere cathA. Mrs. Evelyn
Choir, Woodrow Cam and Mrs night the Usher Board No. 1' Gateway Auxiliary No. 3131 Williams will make announce
Helen Pelhem. will present a program. Mrs. beld a meeting on Saturday, MIS.: LENA O'NEAL ments. In charge of the public

Mrs.Mary Day and Mrs.Ruthle Maggie Sims isp.esldent. The June 14, at the Barracks, 1509 Calvary Baptist serving as offering will be Mrs T.W.
Mae Deal will be supervisorand United Male Chorus and other Old Kings Road. Mrs. Hazel guest superintendent.ra. Lesure, St. Paul AME; Mrs.
dean of hostesses respect- groups will participate. Rose presided. Delegates tothe Lucille Jackson is host super- Margaret Lunaford, Mt. Sinai
ively. The Ways and Means annual in Tampa made reports intendent. Mrs Daisy Belle Baptist; Mrs.Margaret Walker,
The senior and Junior Committee was appointed by th* : ( Mrs Louvlnla T.Marqueswas Kelsey of St. Matthew Baptist! St. John Baptist; Mrs. Essl
hostesses minister for the purpose of l. 1 Mae Martin, Restlawn
of the Fashlonette ) the sole Black on the advisory
Modeling Host and Hostess Club formulating presenting committee. She Is vice presi- Presbyterian; Mrs. Georgia
will serve as hostesses. Mrs. activities in the Interest of ; dent of Gateway auxiliary No. Matthews, Macedonia Baptist
Jennie Vee CrorVett is sponsor. the anniversary of the church.A 3131. Mrs. Johnnie C. Dukes Is and Mrs. Willie Mae Lesene,
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series of programs will beiheld business of the VAVS. West Union Baptist.
Family reunions do not ordinarily occur. Th* one concerning the gentleman in the manager
Mt. Zion AME leading to the celebration top Mrs. Elnora P. is Rev DaUasI.Geabamputor,
Hemby past
of the 'IVutJ.nenthIJU11versarJ 'picture is rare. He is Deacon Charles McCallister of Sneads, Fla. Deacon Me, alllster, 89 president Mrs.Roselee Y will supervise Prayer Tim*.
Announces of the founding dSt years old., and Mrs Sneads, presided over.their first family reunion recently and, believe Allbrltton is, Ice t Mrs. Ruth Valdei will give
presi-
Auxiliary Stephen. Mrs. L.G. it or not, bad all children with them. In the top picture he is shown enjoying the festivities. In dent Mrs. !Junior the Occassion. Mrs. Corene
Myrtle Irving recording
Genwright, chairman, and Mrs. the lower picture are members of the family and children. At home to felicitate their father Williams, interim pastor, will
Baby Contest Jennie Vee Crockett,vice chair were the 10 children, namely Charles, Jr.Indianapolis, Harry McCallister, Jacksonville Mrs. Willie secretary.Mrs. Mae Hart is se- read the Scripture. Moments of
Auxiliary\ Board No. 2 of Mt. man, are conducting planning Mable Plttman, Indianapolis; Mrs. Inez Cook, Cincinnati; Mrs. Louise Jackson, Jacksonville, cretary-treasurer of the Meditation will feature Mrs.'
Zion AME Church will sponsora sessions each Tuesday evening Mrs. Eva Blrdson, Indianapolis; Leroy McCallister, Indianapolis, Emmit McCallister, St. auxiliary andamcmberofVAVS. Dorothy Hammons. Mrs. Alice
baby contest Sunday, June at I p.m. in the educational Petersburg, Mrs. Clark Lewis and Mrs Doris Johnson, Sneads, A host of grandchildren Mrs. Lucinda Corley 11 Burroughs will be guest soloist.
29, at 4:30: p.m. in the Brookes building of the church. attended the occasion as well as cousins and in-laws. secretary. Mrs. Elizabeth Rich Perry Wlw

,.Prayer House on Tyler. Others are' Mrs. Willie B. will be the morning speaker.
Contestants are: Bryan Keith, Winners Of Mew St. James Contest Nightingale Savings Davis, Mrs. Lola Bell The BTU will begin at 530.:
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry The evening service begins at
son Buchanan, lira. Mildred MRS. JESSIE KISS:
Keith; Melissa Ann, daughter .Visits Mt. AraratThe Scrugglns, Mrs. Bertha Dryer 8:30: a.m. Mrs Fannie Bussl
'of Mr. and Mrs John Reeves, iy : Nightingale Saving Club Mrs. Alberta Campbell, Mrs. will be guest reviewer. and Mrs. Ella Janala will lead
IT", Katrina, daughter; of Mr. will worship at Mt. Ararat Baptist Ethel Bess, Mrs. Lillian In the Adult department guest devotions. Mrs. Evelyn
and Mrs. ND. Scott; Sharon, Church Sunday, June 22, Dorsey, Mrs Pearl Jefferson, teachers will be : Men's Bible, Williams will nuke announce
son of Mr and Mrs. James at n a m. as guest of Mrs. Gilbert F. Hart, John Francis, Mrs. G.T. McCall, Mt. Vernon; ments. The offering will be.
.
Wilder and Zenora Felicia, t Mable Williams and Mrs. Laura and Arthur Robinson, an Women's Bible Mrs. Gladys supervised by Mrs., Jeanette
daughter of Mrs C.l.Williams. Bryant VAVSs. Faust, St. John Baptist: Hattie CONTINUE ON PAGE 12lSSon
Mrs J.B. Epperson Is
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of the auxiliary. Rev. C.E. e 1 1e S} -- \I
Toston Is pastor. All are' r&srgP o

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Usher Board 1 Th* Children's Hour and Baby Contest held at St.'James AME Church recently was a huge a.---------

success, Mrs W.E.A. Harris, director, reports that the program was cultural and Interesting
Has Tea June 29 The contest was a success financially The three top winners were, above, from the left:
of Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Dozier, sponsored by Mrs. Sallle Paulk
Baby Alexander Dozier, son Jacksonville Coach Announces
Usher Board No.3 of Zion Hope Company
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack
and winner of first prize; Baby Katrln Denise Braggs, daughter
Baptist Church will present a Braggs, second prize winner and Baby Kathy Yvette Scott, right, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Dan
Red and White tea on June 29
Newklrk, third prize winner. The runner up was Baby Machael Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
at the home of Deacon and Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie PrattandMrs. Annie Bell Madison, grandmother and
Samuel Pratt, sponsored by
W.B. Mitchell, 1459 West 14th, Rev.andMrs.Harris complimented the workers, mothers and sponsors. The
aunt respectively.
,from 4 to 6 p.m.Particlnants EXACT FARE PLAN
at 2128 Forest.
will be Mrs.Essie church is located

kae.; McDuffie, M r s. D
Mrs.Irene Williams, Pastor For Day Mount Calvary Baptist
Mrs. Rosa Lee Riles, Mrs.-

I Adams Hattie ,Blackwell Miss Juda,Badger Mrs. ,Essie Mrs. Plans Women's Annual EFFECTIVE THURSDAY JUNE 19

Mary Sisters, speaker, Mrs
Church Doris Hamilton remarks.
Mrs.
Llllle Mae Wright, Miss Mt. Calvary Baptist ,
its annual Women's will handle the
will bold Young people
Drewnella Mosley, Mrs. Sarah
,Day celebration Sunday, June afternoon service at 3 p.m
Thomas, Mrs. S.M. Mann. '
theme for the will Mrs. R. Battle Sweet-
Hostesses will be Mrs. Rosa :tl 22. The day Karlyn T
be "The Role of the Black field Baptist will serve as
Lee Mitchell Mrs. Willie Mae
Carter and Mrs Nettle Craw ..1 \ Woman in a Confused World." speaker Other participants mIiD
members Mrs. Bessie Hill will be Pastor be: Mrs. Shirley Jackson, New i
ford. Guests will be NOTICE Your Bus Driver WILL NOT Carry Change
of the Usher Board No. 2 of for the Day. Mrs. Mattie Bethel AME; Miss Diane
Simmons will be chairmanMrs. Muldrew, St. Mary Baptist,
St. Paul AME Church, Friendly
Doris Hamilton will be Miss Car:Is M. Albright, Mt.
Club.Hostess Mrs Club S.M., Elevator Mann is Ladles president co-chairman, Mr. Maggie C. MoiUh AME; Miss Johnnie M. ImIiI3t: Each Passenger Must Deposit Their
Robinson co-chairman and Mrs. Billups, St. Paul AME; Mrs.
of the usher board. Rev.
Creola Threadcraft general Claudia Daniels, Midway
E Jt. Simpson os pastor. secretary. Baptist, Mrs Jacquelyn Own EXACT FARE in the Fare Box'

Rev. Waterford i MRS. W. M. HILL The celebration will begin with. Jameson, speaker.The .
the Sunday School at 930.Guest offering will be taken by
Mrs. W.M. Rill will serve as
superintendent will be Mrs. Mrs. Patricia Wofford and Mrs
Lists SpecialHomecoming Pastor for the Day Sunday,June
12; at Mt. Calvary .Baptist Alecla Duty of St. Paul AME. Carile Albright. The Wright When you do not have flea exact fare, your operator! has a supply of registered,envelopesto
Mrs. Theresa Donald of St. Sisters w11111ng. Mrs Gwen E.
DayThe Church. Rev. W.M. Hill is that claimed by (the ) after 4 weekdays
use so your overpayment may.be you passenger
Matthew Baptist will review the Jones will give the acknow-
Church of the Master, pastor.at Dora The and church Spruce.is located An Interesting lesson. Other officials, guests,. ledgement.At at Jacksonville Coach Company offices 36 Riverside Avenue, between the hour of

5637 Vernon Road, will celebrate has been will be: Miss Shirley Simmons, 5:30 p.m. the BTU opens. 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM or claim may b* mad by U. S. Mail pr instructions printed on the

the Homecoming .Sunday. arranged for program the day's services Macedonia, secretary; Mrs. ,Mrs. Llllle Mlddlebrooks will claim slip given to the passenger by the bus operator.
July Z', at 4 p.m. Clara Davis, organist; Men's preside Miss Brenda Ivory of
.A special musical program Bible Class, Mrs. Rosa L. Mt. Calvary will sing
sponsored by ,Mrs. Annie Pearl Chairlady Simmons Gfbbs; Women's Bible Class, Mrs. Maggie C. Robinson will Registered and numbered strip tickets will b* sold at the booth in Hemming Park or by

Brown will be presented. Many Mrs Annie Huff! ; Young Adult preside In the evening serviceat the But Driver, four ((4)) tickets for $1.00. These twenty-fiv cent ((25') basic fare tickets

widely known soloists and .Men's Class Mrs. Evelyn 7 p m Mrs. W.M. Minims may be used for payment of far on the entire transit system, providing the extra zone
quartets will participate. All ,Young; Young Malt Women's will lead devotions. Miss
fares thai in addition the basic fare ticket.
apply are paid to
.
are welcome. Class, Mrs Rosa McCrary; Cynthia Mack of Emanuel
Rev. Solomon Waterford Is Junior Boys Class, Mrs. Ruth Baptist will sing. Other parti-
pastor.. White; Junior Girls, Mrs. Ruth cipants will be: Mrs Susan For example:

Excelsior Gospel Baety; Primary Boys, Mrs. Manna, Zion Hope;Mrs.Estella When a basic fare ticket is used and the passenger rides into the sec
Hortense Brew1ncton; Girls, Calhoun, Woodlawn Presbyterian -
Girls No. and zone, an additional five cents ((5) would b* collected. the pas
Mrs Mary Walker ; Mrs Pauline Bryant,
Group Plans Two 2, Mrs. Evelyn Hall;Card Class Mi. Moriah AME; KiS. Mary sengers ride extends into the third ton an additional ten cents ((10') .
,Girls, Mrs. Francis Patterson; Girardeau and Mrs. Mable would be collected. To the Beach three ((3)) basic fare tickets could b*
Night ServicesThe Boys, Mrs. Beverly Robinson; Dunbar. used for the payment of the single one-way far.

Excelsior Gospel Singers Intermediate Girls, Mrs.Vivian A baby contest will be held.
will present a two-night revival Chester. Mrs. Carolyn Barley Mrs. Mattie Simmons chair
on June 20 and 21 at the First will express appreciationThe man. Mrs Bessie Hill will be When purchasing strip tickets the monies paid the Operator will be dep t.

'Born Temple, No. 2 ..Church morning service begins at Pastor for the Day. Rev. W.M. NOTICE ited In a registered envelope in the far vault, to that the Operator carries
1495 West Union Street Elder 11 a.m. Councilwoman Mary L. '.Hill is pastorCooper's
Flex Howard and his congre- Singleton will speak. Other NO money whatsoever.Also .
allan will be In charge. Elder participants will be: Mrs. Academy

Frank Brandon of and God his Saints church, .Florence Brown, Mrs Mary for your convenience, you may purchase the Weekly Pass(good throughout the sy.-
The House and Mrs. Juanita Brown
Huey Starts Summer
*: .a Christ, and Elder Abraham Mrs Beatrice Baucum,Mrs C.", tem for unlimited rides) at the Hemming Park Booth or the Beach Bus Station.

Balsa of the BibleWay.Hollnesi'Congregation C. Daniel, Mrs Lena George, School June 23
will be present.On MRS. MATt SIMMONS Mrs Hannah Holmman, Mrs.
Saturday night the services Erma R. Muldrew, Mrs. Jessie, Summer School begins atCoOper's THE EXACT FARE PLAN IS TO STOP ROBBERIES
will be held at the Queen Esther Mrs. MattleSlmmons Is general Polke, Mrs.Gussie Gray.. Academy Monday,
Holiness church on Mctaude. .chairman of Women's Day at Rev. William Rill will extend June 23, at 2032 Benedict Road. PROTECT THE PASSENGERS AND BUS OPERATORS
Elder Archie Bnckner and his Mt Calvary Baptist ChurchSunday the invitation. Otter participants Grades 1 through 9 will be
congregation are la charge June 22., Outstanding'< will be: Mrs. Emma taught. ,Th retained, retarded,

Elder Cooper from Atlantic speakers; musicians and Moran, Mt.; Zion; Mrs. Wilma conditioned students and the Pl ... Help Ust To Ser"*> You
will
readers receive .
Beach win be present. Bishop citizens will be on band to make I Olds, Mt. Lilli Baptist; Mrs.Vertrlce poor ,
') M. Baker of the Church men the celebration a success. Williams, Central special guidance.
Living God and Bishop R.Gtvtaarof CME Mrs, B.L. Hall St. All parents who interested JACKSONVILLE COACH COMPANYI"
.'. me Church of me New Born,' Matthew Baptist ; Mrs. Mae la their children having a
Mh with their coagrefatloM. HELP FIGHT CANCER W T$ Collins, Bethel Baptist J at1- .better start' are urged to register -', J .

win ,,be nreaent.! ''A CHECKUP AND A CHECK*. rational; Mrs. M.L.;-Jaiupanti them. Phone. 76 -4169.x, -
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IIBeauticians End Enthusiastic Convention In Cocoa Beach. Unit No. 3 Scores -




Edward Waters College World News DigestBY


II Senior Wins Scholarship The College, Join Our Crowd NEGRO PRESS rflTEWJATIONAL


!i COCOA BEACH: The annual. state convention at cosmetologists Student SpeakesAll TRIUMPHAL RETURNNAlRO.B4NPJ1D July, 1970, Dr Arthur T Porter, holder

was held recently In Cocoa Beach and was heralded of the most enthusiastic and tor In > return to his hometown
as,.one : ;caching mport Buddhist university, will be making: a triumphal
of the many annum new. policemen should Freetown Sierra Leone, as principal ,
fear into "he national unit. be barred from predominantly Dr. Porter who
Jacksonville of Sierra Leone, is
was represented : University
college
Instrin from Jacksonville Eskimo neighborhoods In orderto r
bY Units S, 60 and 50. The largest were Mi.. Rutba )Meal Chester promote better understanding k currently principal of University college, University of East
r rS rt
I in colleges In Sierra Leone
delegation came from Africa Nairobi formerly taught ,
Aliens, Mr. Spencer and a white between the two groups A committee ,
Jacksonville. cosmetologist.Those of prominent clergymen Edinburgh, Scotland, and at Boston University.
Dr Katie Whlckham, national : who attend the national should be set up to denounceall WORLD BANK LOANSWASHINGTON.NPrThree
nations
Black Independent have
president, was present. convention in Philadelphia wll Buddhists in the name of love
Dr. Whlckham released much receive one unit for attendance and brotherhood recently been granted a total
Information to tie delegates Those who attended the state Whenever Eskimos fight among the World Bank and its affiliate, the International .Development
$6mlllion loan for expansion of
jneetlng at Cocoa Beach will themselves Buddhists should be association, Ghana received a
rrMRS. receive c edit on the Statelicense. blamed. A nd whenever its hvdroelectic power plant for the Volta River authority

Astate license requires Buddhists do something wrong, 'VWU); Ethiopia was given $4.5 million for expansion of Its
Trinidad and Tobago will
while
1,300 units the Eskimos should be found telecommunication facilities;
.Unit No., 3 won the throne guilty. Another good idea is to FE3' use $2 million loans for improvement of power distributionin
crown. Mrs. Ethel Lee Jones, blame the police, the ".. the main centers of population and extension to areas tourism not now
for
deemed Important
retiring queen, was also pre blishment/ and the powers- served, particularly those

sent. Mrs. Callie Cone, president that-be for what the Eskimos '
r LAWSSALEBU3YNPrThe
BIAS VOTE
I 1I 1 a beautiful trophy for being the do. This Ss necessary becausethe certain that Black Rhodesians do not have
Smith is making
I most succesful president, with) Eskimos' and the Buddhists' voice In political and governmental affairs.) If the
a unit of 36 members. Presl- causes are best advanced by an equal constitution which goes to a vote on
the new
dent Cone and her staff brought telling each group that It need whites approve weight would be given to the vote of the highly
back six prizes. Mrs. Shaw not take responsibility for Its June 20, more financially solvent-whites.-than it would the
received a pla-jue. Mr. Alkens ,own actions educated and
received a special gift. Unit In any dispute between Eskimos Two popular Bethune-Cookman College co-eds were voted Ids B-CC and Miss May Day poor and uneducated (blacks).

No. 3 is also the largest In the and Buddhists, it should be during recent contests in Daytona Beach. Shirley Sellers won a major victory when she
state. presumed either that the ran against other participants for the school's most coveted queen title. Sellers' slogan was JULY VISITOR
CALLIE CONE Unit No. 3 w on second place Eskimos are always right and "Join our crowd; we're Black and proud. The petite mathematics major Is a Campbell ADDIS ABABA-NPl--The) third in a series of state visits

and spoken of the phenomenalgrowth on Education Night. Miss .Patricia the Buddhists are always wrong High School graduate where she was a member of the Drama and Athletic Club. At Bethune made by Emperor HalleSelassle of Ethiopia to the United States
; expertise In the field Lumpkin, senior at Edward or that the Buddhists are always Cookman College, she was an attendant to Miss May Day and sweetheart to the Alpha Phi is set for July 7-9. The emperor's last visit to the U.S. was in

I of cosmetology, Mrs. Whlck Waters College, was the' right and the Eskimos are Omega National Service Fraternity She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Women February, 1967.
Senate and the Dramatic Club. Barbara Banks was named Miss May Day during the annual
ham the state
', accepted sem CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 always wrong, so that thecauseof
impartial justice and Delta Sigma,Theta annual program. Named co-ed of the south in the latest issue of the campus COLONY OF EXILES
equity
may be ad/anced. Not only that, newspaper, Barbara won by popular vote. The Snow Hill, Florida native is currently reigning NEW YOuK-NPI"Some 455 Black students from Southern
Your professional beautician It should be assumed that all as Miss YMCA and Miss B'Cean (campus yearbook). She is a member of the yearbookstaff Africa are men without a country in the U.S. Many of them
members of one to YWCA, and the Student Government Association. A charmer, her hobbies are sewing, fled their homelands for other countries, and took advantage
are
knows the answer. blame and that ALL group members bowling and cooking. A graduate of Crooms High School, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of U.S. scholarships to train as potential leaders in their

of the other group are in the Eddie Banks, Sr, homelands. However, since they neither had passports nor
their countries they now cannot go back
right. This is known as permission to leave ,

"collective judgment"..an important Religion Source to them
Show
principle in building a Annual Trade Features

I better world ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIES
I II When members of either group Latest Techniques And Modes Of Brotherhood

Why does some hair battle with police, the lawmen bY NEGRO P.iESS INTERNATIONALMADE
should be presumed to have will be the annual IT
of the meeting
WASHINGTON DC.The National In an era when religion seems

break acted unlawfully, For'wben trade show where latest tech ,CHICAGONPIAfter numerous guest appearances on a
off when ? either Eskimos Beauty Cultulsts's to' be getting further and further
) combing or Buddhists League will celebrate its 50th, niques, Implements and products away from the needs and variety of television shows, comedian Flip Wilson has finally
beat on policemen, that'sjustice used in the beauty culture problems of society and when male the step up to a video series. He has been signed by NBC
Anniversary when it meets in ,
but when
i ; policemen beat are on exhibit. for a comedy-variety special for the 1969-70
process season and for a
its Annual people especially seem
Convention at the young ,
Your hair is and delicate on Eskimos or Buddhists,that's of the Include pilot of half hour the
precious .and none of us like to see Ben Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia Other high points to accept the notion that God is series which may be seen on networkthe
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use brutality. It should be noted a boat ride sponsored by Following season.
that July 21 to August 7. dead, a report like this is, In
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often po11cemenhavenoauthourl. the National Designers Guild,
REALLY HOT DATE
The organization was started itself, a source of hope and in-
are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But zatlon for doing their destructive in 1919 when beauty culture was a real "Hair Styles on the plratlon.! LEVB, Quebec- hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks work in either Eskimo or Water. Other features include religious, from Philadelphia, called the "Interpretations;. had a
off in Buddhist areas. This rule,however just beginning to be a businessand the' Religion or fait t. group
everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes a street parade showing Its kind old of Levis last The heat
now at 1969 It represents the a of world brotherhood really hot time in the town week.
does not to
when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? or Buddhists., apply Eskimos second largest business among 50 years of progress by the based on that kind of faith was generated by a flash fire,which broke out in a hotel adjoining

Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and "Power" should with Negroes in the U.S.A. league, a pilgrimage to the can go much farther the Auberg DjVallon club while they were onstage
btequate
tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing grave of the founder, Mrs. performing.
mob action, in accordance with The League will hold Its annual
Otherwise the
Johnson
unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to Cordelia Greene ,
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed the ancient principle, "One In-service school cosmetology annual banquet, and the parade Joins Republican Nationals
gains control over a nation's starting on July 21 with
1 softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break of states.
j, age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely, economic in political life" by hustling ticians national and international beau Many prominent visitors and
public places The best conducting workshops,
on Clalrol Hair-So-New' spray-on creme rinse. For combing'' speakers have been scheduled.
way to build educational power, clinics; demonstrations and
e se'nd for Mrs. Martin
beautifying hair In other This list Includes
your trained
j. many ways for example, is to wreck the classes, all leading to degreesin t
beauticians ,
stock ,
banquet
a complete family of fine Clairol products for Luther King, Jt.,1 o
administration build at uni beauty culture. '
specific age : Jackson
your needs. speaker; Rev. Jesse ,
versities. This will mace the The school of cosmetology will
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care Ponchltta Pierce, CBS news
wreckers smart and be followed
the
and your comfort. Whatever the nature of hair prepare by regular commentator; Sterling Tucker,
your problems,
them for professional careers'in sessions of the league and the
1 only your professional beautician knows Field Representative National
I : the answer for sure. occupations as old as,clvlll- sessions of the beauty culture Hobson t I Urban League ;
I 0>CI.'rollnc.1967' Courtesy of CI.'rollnc.' CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 sorority. One of the.top features Reynolds, Grand Exalted Rulerof


The the theme Elks and of this others.year's con y ___

I -EARNING and LEARNING vention is "AT THE HELP-

:: LET'S COUNT OUR BLES-

INGS." Presiding will be Dr. .

Boys & Girls Can Make Money Katie E. Whickam, national
president.


lEI ADULT I '

Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are ___


EARNING' From <1. to '10.00 Weekly \ :;: SPRING Starting CLASSNow I __


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And LEARNING to do business. Hospital Cashier-Sales-Clerk Aide class I

I *. Kindergarten Teachers'

YOUNGSTERS I If You you are smart ,' Aide ,
,:1 '$ri;,t'.t'; ,: +, P".ano.Gutar.Theory; 'Elly Peterson, assistant chairman of the Republican National Committee, has announced
*
and want to earn ,your own money, -""" ,: Band audOrchestiauis'ru-' that Jauanita Jacks Hunter, right, has joined her staff with the primary assignment of
fcents participating in the Voluntary Improvement Program. Mrs Hunter will also work with

this ,is the way to do if. '. 'BOLDEN-S COLLEGE Mrs.in Tina Harrower, Committee women from Connecticut, who Is assisting Mrs peter-
the
son development of the program Mrs. Hunter
of
formerly Coateville, Pa now
..818 West 20th Stieat King in Hyattsville, Md came to the Committee
after
a two-year assignment with the
PARENTS I Your child may not' need, .Registrar' 355-9724. Call Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Her husband Is USMC Lance'Corporal

r Moft;. Tues., Wed., and Frt Hunter, Jr. Cottrell 111, five months old is the only child. Mrs. Hunter expressed en-
7:30 to 10.03 Ithuslasmi for the appointment.
money, but the training gained as a



newsboy will help him to be successful Weddings Are Beautiful"SEE Driver Doubts' Age



I in later life.. Many of' the most successful .: Of ChildAn

t YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL COLO,<"

men were Newsboys Start A Route : I Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE his long-legged argument over daughter the age, Us of

refusal to pay an extra dime
($.10)) because the driver said
,Anywhere You Live In Florida. GIVE YOU THESE'SERVICES" she was older than the father

I said, the firing of a pistol
>i I 1. C.PS. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS not
..\ iil COLOR SLIDES) by the driver, a weapon
permitted for service by the
,' ."..,'0 "'''' 2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE drivers, resulted In the placing
'"" w of charge of aggravated
.. r, t 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING assault for the father and a
u : :' charge of shooting against the

.; ":'/' i 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY Jacksonville Coach Company

It'll Pit Yn li Bisiim '. 'l,:" NOnS driver.
5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU : The long-leggtd young

''an'y,' 3 daughter was Deborah Ann,

,FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY :; .:;:,i\ ,. 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM daughter 31. The driver of Alfred was Alfred J. Ware.w.,

xJA STAK-2323 Moncrief Road, Jacksonville Florida .. '. ." yji 7.:QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE. Smith, veteran of 22 years.
J This conld-have-been-fatal
8. WE WILL ALSO ASSET YOU. IN YOUR WEDDING happening occured Monday night

............ ................... ... ............... ... ,ARRANGEMENTS when father and daughter
FIRST NAME I v boarded Ware
LAST NAME 9. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED Smith's bus.
deposited 13 cents in the fare-
FY box for his daughter, Driver
II WE iMPLOmO'J: TO CHECK WITH ANY OF CUR PAS'l'BRID' Smith looked at the young lath

ADDRESS,STREET, :4 NUMBER PHONE 'J: ', and expressed the opinion that
; NO. "t
Y ;
i : ,: : s OR GfcOOMS ON,PHOTO SA tlSF ACTIOi" she was older than the 12 years

It ', claimed by the Irate father,who
I.y 1 I Send my r child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on ': ': c, '. I.jI. felt that the driver had no
\ credit to start Mm in business I will pat the Bob Smith business questioning his word.

I t/ 1 FLORIDA (STAR, 15? for each copy he sells. Those Studiot Words began to fly, thick and
that are I not" sold, I will return and wW not be' a f fast.-Shortly after 7:40 p.m.. ,
! f fl required to pay for unsold copies. ? when the passengers boarded
J,r 2422. NORTH MYRTLE AVENUE 768-3200 the vehicle: Driver Smith is
"" 'OFFICE HOURS b said to have pulled out his firearm
to have taken aldandshot

PJ Lb' ... '" SIGNATTOE OF: PARENT.OQ, GUARDIAN DAILY ';00 To 6.00 SAT. 1 SUJ 10:00: TO 3:00 P M : The total damage don to the.
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I Black Commencement Speakers Bring Graduates "Up To Date" on FuturesFAMU




Publisher J..'.. Motley, Wkftiay Yowf, Jr.

Alphas Entertainer Helps Blacks
Will Top Black
LIBerian Baker, Stress Acts

EmphasizeBlack "The challenges ahead for the black college graduate art
the more complex of this Century," the Honorable Constance
r Baker Motley Federal District Judge, New York, New York,
PowerHOUSTON4PIAlpha told 144 college graduates at Saint Augustine's College May
25, during the 102nd Commencement Exercises. "The lodge
( ) Phi r continued, south was not only segregated In fact, but that
r Alpha Fraternity Inc., one of dichotomy In American Society received the full and un
9 p' to the country's foremost college restrained blessing of the law In the put 20 years, every
fraternities, has selected legal action for segregation In the public We of the American
o "Black Power-A Creative community has been removed, yet we hire come to the point
Force In America's Complete wbere there is more segregation We are coming closer today
Development" as the theme'of if r Ito being two societies..separate and truly unequal than we

its 63rd anniversary general r were In.1954." 0 ,
convention at the Shamrock Judge Motley laid, "I see this as the greatest need
Hilton hotel Aug 1-7. accord- personally believe that the best "An even more difficult pro-
Ing to Kermit J. Hall, director, assurance of equality of opportunity blem preventing Integration is
general conventions and AC. for black America lies in the political reality Inherent in
Herald, Jr convention chairman i. : I: Integration In the schools and non-white concentrations In out
/ In society of a whole. But, I major cities. These concentra-: :
The five-day session begins. like )you must deal with several
Saturday, Aug 2,with president bard facts of American life In
Ernest N. Mortal,New Or leans, 1969 Housing sogregationisthe
at the helm.Mortal,a Louisiana first hard fact. Planned Integration
State representative the first In housing will achieve
RandUpb Edmonds, director of drama at Florida A4M
Ual- of his race to graduate from greater racial and economic
verstty, takes notes from one of his books for
a paper on Black the Louisiana State university integration in the schools as
Draftaprasentedlat the Smithsonian Institution in. Washington, well as other community
law schoJ, and a former U.S.
D.C. the first week in May. The presentation W a > one of II Assistant Attorney noted that facilities services. How we can
,
papers on the American Theatre to be read .
as a feature government and private Industry
the convention get
among highlights
of the first American College Theatre festival. Dr. Edmonds are. Job Interviews and committed to this and fr
paper will be published with the others in book form by the recrultrnaiit a: Texas Southern ; will be one of your major
Samue 1 French Company, and his book "Six Plays for a Negro dj' challenges
University to the public
open
;
Theatre" will be this
published in
spring second
a edition
by the University Microfilms and a seminar on the convention CELEBRITY HOUSE SHCOLARSHIPS-Slnger Paul Williams Motown's fabulous Temptations "Black nationalism;which are
Library Services at the University
of Michigan. -FAMU Photo theme. (right), donates $1,000 for two one-year scholarships at Oakland Community College. stems from the existence of our
Alpha Phi! Alpha was founded The scholarships will go to two deserving black students. The famous member of the Temptations massive non-white inner city
in 1906 on the campus Cornell specified that the scholarships be given in the memory of the late Dr. Martin Luther areas, Is another hard fact of
: CIVIL RIGHTS University by several Black King Jr. Associate Dean Reginald Wilson left), accepts the check from Paul on behalf of American life In 19Q9( and also JUDGE MOTLEY
I students; and according to Oakland's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Committee. With Paul is Wynnle Brown presents a new psychologicalbarrier
ROUNDUPBY President Mortal has always his partner In a new business venture called Celebrity House an ultra-modern beauty to Integration It Is a tlons of non-whites in the.
been a constructive black power culture complex for both men and women. Paul and Wynnle said that they are black entrepreneurs most delicate problem, because central cities after two and
PRESs since its foundation.The In the black community and that "the very least we can do Is help provide educational there is a psychological need to three generations have given
NEGRO INTERNATIONAL convention committee and opportunities for deserving black students." (Motown Photo by Jerry Dempnock) demonstrate that Blacks too, black Americans their first real

"OMINOUS POSSIBILITY" host chapters, Alpha Eta .can build a viable community opportunity orjwlltlcal: power
EDWARDS, ( P1).On.) of several resolutions adooted all black Youngblacks ,
although
Lambda and Delta Theta, are CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
by the board of directors of the Southern Conference Edu-, preparing activities that will Black Woman Judge Warns A&T GOP Congressman
national Fund (CEF) during its recent meeting, declared include! family participation.
that "a repressive, fascist-like society and police state Isan
Names First
ominous, threatening possibility.' YOURGOOD Grads Of Need Of Self Respect SEAFOOD CENTER

N.C.'lbeI969 and self confidence.Society .
GREENSBORO Black AssistantWASH
'RAILROADED?? graduating class at A&T State definitely needs more !134 ti. Minn(AVE tL4.1 1**I'P
..
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-(NPf--Lawyers) for Pete Tigner, Knoxvllle University was told Sunday thata appreciation, noted Judge ING'IW-NPl) r. -
college student leader found guilty and given a 10-year- HEALTH basic lack of self respect Alexander "Appreciation requires Eulalla Oby Corbin has becomethe FRESH ROUNDER ...""".. -:1": 69'
,term in prison for assault with intent to murder a white cab and respect for the other man us to believe? that all first Black person to be YELLOW TAil SNAPPER .,....."....,,......,.,. IR. "?,

driver during a campus protest last)'eu..have filed a notice of Dr DR. O'CONK1lLL: have denied the world the free men are equal,' she said She administrative assistant to a GIN BLACK SEA PASS ...,,...."....."....,... |II,. 59'

.appeal against the conviction Cited in the appeal Is the fact CANKER SORES dom it seeks urged the graduates to appreciate Republican Representative in Klno fish ShIft. ........... .....................:. lb. 19'
that TIgner was convicted on the word of a former student "The search for freedom has their purpose in being Congress.She .
The fewer blister and cold
whose testimony was contradicted by defense witnesses..and sores that commonly occur at eluded man's grasp since the and Clair ultimate dependency has been promoted from SPEC; TROUT .......".......,.............."....... Ib. 7SIb '

even by some of the state's witnesses.WIN the border of the lips or noetrils dawn of history," said District on God executive secretary to adminIstrative FRESH FIllETS .................".................... 98'
are caused by the herpes Court Judge Elreta Alex Civilization is preparing for assistant to Rep. GREEN FLORIDA LOBSTER ................ ..Ib. $1.69Crabmeat
its she concluded "but
A POINT simplex virus. ander," and the clock of eternity finals Robert McClorl (R.-m.).
1. CAIRO m.-NPI"Two hundred Black citizens won a point Is running out." out of the turmoil of the past A civic and political figure In h'nfr.II. '''.1
The canker
last week when Police Carl J. Clutts tendered his resignation, sores or aphthous the chaos of the present, the $200
her theme "The Springfield m Mrs Corbin
stomatitis that occur on the Using as Fingers .. .... 120?,
of the future I hear ""
head named The despair
elective June 15 and a new police was change mucous lining of the mouth Commencement and Conquest of was Mrrrory's secretary when .
,
in to demands for "better law endorsement"in voices of hope' $
camq the community answer which has been riddled with racial troubles. tongue the same or virusWhichever gums. are caused by Freedom told the record," Judge 630 graduates Alexander Judge Alexander urged the the the Congressman Illinois Senate was a memberof CLAW CRABMEAT ..............." lib. Can 250

Gluts resigned after an Investigation conducted by Lt. Gov. type of lesion you their parents and friends who graduates to chart through their She Joined McClory's fin* JUMM FANCY lh. $r,80

Paul> ., Simon, made the .recommendafljc, have, it may last 8 to 10 days packed Moore Gymnasium that lives,and"the liberation course to of the nun.freedom Washington staff' when he was SHRIMP hurt MEDIUM..... Ib. $1.25

I:4:. *ARflOW RUUNCSWASmNGTONOlPO and cause sore kernels to form "a man Is free when he can elected to Congress In 1962.

; reversal Its'usual the 'in your neck. Often the Infection : \see that his brother is none ,
a of attitude; other than he" ', 1' t,. ,, I
U& Supreme court decided 7.1 that only recreation areas or clears up only to comeback
"Youth sees our civilization
after weeks
clubs owned and a few
privately operated for profit cannot exclude
asa
These recurrences may be our society, and rightly so,
Blacks from use of their facilities. The "narrowness" of the
associated with due to collossal flop,' added.Judge
rulllng exists in that It has no effect upon those privately fatigue
late hours fever Alexander, "and we have been
or worry ,
I owued recreational facilities that are exclusive for the membership
and to talking about human brotherhood
menstruation exposure
and guests and do not operate for profit. "
wind or sunlight. for a long time
''I'. NO HONEYMOON Everyone seems to have a pet Judge Alexander the first
but when dozen Negro woman Jurist in North
remedy, a or
CAIRO' fflXNPO-If chief William
newly appointed police '
Carolina told the graduates that
remedies
more are recommended -
Peterson expects Black people to sit black and wait to set
of them awareness, appreciation
t! what he will do, he Is mistaken. No sooner bad Mayor Le P none are likelyto
be reliable. If there accomodatlon are worthwhile
Stenzel announced the resignation of former police chief CarlA wholly
J. Clutts, effective June IS, and the appointment of Petersen, was one surefire remedy recommendations values to pursue.
for the others "We most have an awarenessof
ex-iAlton (HI) police head, than the United Front a coalition Beat
would disappear. the nature of man as a human
of Black groups, let it be known that the new man "is social and
In being a being an
generalhowevei.drylngthe.
The Black had earlier
totally unacceptable. groups requested
eternal being,"she said"Hate
,
cold sores with alcohol, spirits
that Black
chie be
l. a police appointed.
j; LOSE A BIG ONEGREENVILLEMass.rNPiSome of camphor or tincture of Jealousy and revenge are self
benzoin helps to shorten their defeating In the discovery and
a ( 150 Black persons seeking
utilization of God-given the
but salves have the
course oily
$5,000 actual and $10,000 punitive damages each in a suit effect. A series of talents:
and state officials for "mistreatment" opposite
. against city during
Alexander
Judge said that
vaccinations with 11
s m a p 0
arrests in 1965 for civil rights demonstrations In Natchez,
at intervals accomodatlon requires that
o lost on a Federal District Court Jury verdict last week The vaccine weekly
to listen almost
to
helps to ability any
mart threw out the case which would have brought the Black prevent reoccurencesin
without
thing losing our tempers
victims.
plaintiffs a total of some $2.2 million. some tieat.


WOLF WHISTLE BAR k kyr
PHILADELPHIA-{NPO-Cat calls and wolf whistles when
seeing pretty women are considered inalienable rights granted
to every American male..that Is, if he Isn't Black. At Philadelphia
Naval hospital, Black servicemen, most of whom
have been Injured In Vietnam, find that they cannot so Indulge YOUR OWN HOMI 354-6746 ... ..o.

because "It would not be circumspect." .


BIAS NEW SUIT OHLEANS-NPI).-Sult was filed in UJS. District court i ALL BRICK I dTTER rotr r

Jut, week by two Black residents of Assumption parish
steklng restraint upon the parish police Jury from refusing 3OEDROOMAe :
toe appoint Black people to Its public boards and agencies low ass s r+ur3s9cw.wd ,
the petitionersSpergeon Holly, Jr and GNell Larkins, of !!
1 the Assumption Voters league charged the police Jury appropriates AME .
money for a.,oIUDteer fire department which hast ISP t3twys1o H 'MILKSUUSIY.
consistently refused to admit Blacks to membership n r

DIVIS 4.20thIST
IN DEFENSE ON EXP,
:, CHICAGO-CHPO-Judge) George W. Crockett, Jr., the Detroit $
Recorder's court Jurist under fire for releasing 135 persons RA PARk y
C arrested a shoot-out with police last month, declared last
week that "although the law of the land guarantees equality

J of treatment to all, the men charged with interpreting and ...... ............................
,1. applying that law have failed to make It work." He attributed .. .

that failure to the fact that "racism. is profitable to the Til BIN! IAVE Tit TO TOIVTO;.GET .* + '

propertied class.


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Students between ages 18 and 22 :.Trade-with" Your Neighborhood Drag Store WE WILL MEET!
entitled to social securlt 4 ''ANY PRICES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. we deliver. y
r benefits may receive payments jj We aso fill all Doctors' Prescriptions PI
tot nonattendance during the
i simmer vacation if they plant
to return to school in the Ml, I r ,( ,r'j
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ton, Officer in Charge of the .ULYDAVB
v Career Station Social Security ; +

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J however, if they are no longer ( )-..Mrs. Lillie Smith i
!> fuMme students,' MidoOetcnSiejl Davis, associate professor of : Phil 3535517NY
.0 ., If. the student remains education at Florida AAM University rr '
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bnvschool oa a full-time basis, will be awarded the ,
& ,ae may receive benefits until Ed J). degree from the Unlver-' E Ylll LINT lATtl ill 8 '. '. i,4.
age 22 unless hi marries.More city of Oklahoma during the t

Information any be observed spring commencement tier-1 : TELE NiNE IIUS AT III STIlE, | ,.
CE at the Social Security Office at clses She Is a native of I ,
21M West 13th Street,telephoneBomber Tallahassee\ and a graduate of ',
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J H Parker House Rolls Originated la I

Menu In The Round Delicious ,
Sparkled Summer Muffins .. Tantrum Of Temperamental Cook' t

Wheels In Sun Fun Flelschmann's
Known to many as Parker and undissolved I
r House Rolls and to others as Active Dry Yeast. AeUsoftened I'I'Fletacllmau' '
"pocketbo rools are tender Margarine. I
r Everywhere wheels I tablespoon finely chopped little dinner breads creased Gradually add very hot Ul>waterto
ing taking you flat onion through the center so they open dry Ingredients and beat
in the sun to teaspoon prepared | Ilk a 2 minutes at medium speed of
mountains or any mustard up originated In electric mixer scraping bowloceuiooa11
said to have
the action is. Bike salt
teaspoon Add
super-cat or family '> 7'I'.J Boston's famous Parker House ,. egg and 1/2
teaspoon
leisurely or speedily 1 cup salad pepper dressing 'd hotel where a temperamental cup flour, or enough flour to
mode of travel is cup chopped pimiento pastry cook, flying Into a rage make a thick batter. Beat at
i Perhaps you're cup chopped green pepper ) matched up handfuls of dough, high speed 2 minutes, scraping
lucky ones who cup chopped celery squeezed them In his fist and bowl occasionally. Stir in
'"500" racers barrel (12-oz.) pk. wieners flung them Into the oven The enough additional flour to makea
track or join the Cook macaroni In boiling rolls emerged In the shape we soft dough. Turn out onto
the beach
or water. Fry bacon until know so well, and were so lightly flouredboard;knead until
haps family this outing is the to the long- ; drain. Add vinegar chop- greatly admired that they became smooth and elastic, about 8 to
A natural onion mustard salt and an American classic. 10 minutes Place in greased
all supercharged to I tablespoon bacon This recipe for Parker House bowl, turning to grease: top.
b appetites is hearty Heat to boiling Add drain Rolls Is prepared by the Rapid- Cover; let rise In warm place) ,
drink. You'll win cooked macaroni salad No particular expertise Is required for making- the delicious mix Method developed: by the free from draft, unti\ !doubled
Summer with its abundance of fresh fruit Is time to make a pimiento green pep in bulk about 1 hour.
with this
Parker House ,
length Bolls show
I n in the picture above. They are test kitchens of Fleischmann'sYeast.
bucketful of blueberries and bacon. Toss
blueberries Inside corn muffins sparkle up made your the summer baking with Bake gate picnic which celery prepared by the no-dissolve Rapldmlx method.Their distinctive By treating'yeast as a Punch dough down: ; .turn out
favorite corn muffin mix. Add sour cream for easy that way"extra some your ever and wherever of the you Place salad in heat resistant shape Is made by cutting rounds of dough and folding them In dry ingredient Rapldmlz takes onto lightly floured board.
thing" that will make these corn muffins taste even better. remind arrangement of salad bowl. Arrange half like pocketbooks Hence, the name "Pocketbook Rolls" the guesswork out at bread- Divide dough in half Roll each
Summer favorites, blueberries and sour cream, add to the good, macaroni you salad with in spoke fashion. Put SIte recipe elsewhere! on page. baking In addition, it makes half into a 1/4-incb4ldckc1rcla.((
corn flavor of the muffins.It's hot dogs and a hub 325 degree oven and heat mixing easier by using an Cut IntoroundswlthaSlHnchbiscuit
good to keep an extra package of torn muffin mix in can be kept hot In a through about 12 min. THE HAM THAT ISN'T. QUITE electric mixer for Initial blendIng -, cutter Cra the cupboard for throughout berry season, your family will beg bag or wrapped in foil .. Place cheese round in (However please note! If round with dull edge'or knife
to have Blueberry Sour Cream Muffins again and again. Add s festive Keep hot until picnic you do not have an electric to one side of center Brush
Tender Blueberry Sour Cream Muffins enhance any breakfast devil's food cake mixer, equally good results can each round to within 14lnchof
through dinner menu. They complement broiled halibut Tilling by the use of DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE be obtained with vigorous hand the edges .with melted
buttered broccoli, and tossed green salad especially well. This mint sticks as spokes Fleischmann's Margarine Fold
dinner will satisfy the hungriest of your family. top off the of : cup margarine or vegetable mixing)
meal with Brownies and you'll be A-l at your house. Even the relish tray shortening PARKER ROUSE ROLLS larger side over smaller) so
wheel with its cups sugar 2-3/4 to 3-1/4 cups unsifted edges just meet.Plpchwellwitb:
Blueberry Sour Cream Muffins eggs flour fingers to seal_ Place\ on
Maker 9 medium-itoed muffin carrot: celery and : ;
sticks and a whole cups flour 1/4 cup sugar; greased baking sheets*so tools
One-half !18-oz pkg 1/2 cup fresh blue. the hub. cup cocoa 1/2 teaspoon salt; are almost touching. ,,
1 (l-3/4cupsFlako/ ) berries Everything is 1 teaspoon soda I package Fleischmann's ,Cover; let rise in warm place,
Corn Muffin Mix 1/4/ cup dairy sourI rolls, round plates : I cup strong cold coffee Active Dry Yeast; free from draft, until'doubled
I leu. beaten cream to be filled from a 1 teaspoon vanilla S tablespoons softenedFle1scbmann'l In bulk, about 1 hour ,
1/3,cup milk of Icy cold Sprite. Margarine; Carefully brush rolls with
Heat oven to hot (400F.), Place mix egg milk, blueberriesand HOT MACARONI Cream butter or shorten- 2/3 cup very hot tap water; melted Fleischmann's Marga
sour cream in medium-sized bowl; blend only until dry Ingredients until soft and creamy. Add
WITH DOGS 1 egg (at room temperature); rine. Bake in hot oven (400 F.)
are thoroughly moistened. Fill greased medium-sized gradually beating until
muffin cups 2/3/ full. Bake in preheated oven (400F.) about 1 7oz.) pkg. shell and fluffy Add eggs and, Melted Fleischmann's Marga, about 10 to 15 minutes, or until
15 minutes or until golden brown Serve piping hot with butter. 6 slices bacon diced thoroughly Sift flour and rine. done. Remove from baking
1 2 tablespoons together. Add vanilla. In a large bowl thoroughlymix sheets and cool on wire racks
r into two 9-inch greased "";h 3/4 cup flour, sugar, salt
pans. Fresh hum has been out of Cushion for i>o long ;that chances I tire
muny of your guests may have never eaten it, This luscious dish LEMON FREEZE
looks like roust pork und has the same sweet delicate flavor. Yd t
it'* got extra bonus Ihc crisp crackling skin that should be 2 cups Corn Kellogg flakes 2 tablespoons sugar
AVE. B. served with each portion. ur '
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One of the original problems of fresh ham was its falliness. cup KelloBl" y' cup regular margarine
.
BEACH Hut now, leaner than it used to be for modern weigh!.conscious Corn Flake Crumbs or butter melted
families fresh ham h having u resurgence Here a how to maLe it:, .
S A.M. 11(. cups IS-oz. can) V
R MARKETS Talk Roast Fresh Ham cup lemon Juice 1
SU P.E U fresh ham. 5-7 Ibs. serves eight sweetened condensed 2 eggs, separated
i .. The rind or skin should be left on the ham and milk 3 tablespoons sugar

MA TOE: COLIN-UPI scored in u diamond p.itlcrn Ask: your butcher to If using Corn Flakes, crush into fine crumbs
with
do it for you. If you must do it yourself use your pin. Combine Corn Flake Crumbs the 2 tablespoons rolling! '
WESTERN CENTER CUT' getting that time again sharpest knife and cut dour through the ,,"in. right margarine In Ice cube tray; mix well Reserve 2 tablespoons sugar and of
homemaker can down to the meat Preheat the oven to 325 1. Place Crumbs mixture for topping With back of'tablespoon
onc C the have busy too many delectable the ham on u rack in u large. roasting, pan Roast remainder In evenly and firmly in bottom of Ice cube tray. Chill.press
PORKCHADS nutritions treats for those uncovered allowing 40 minutes to the pound. Remove milk and medium size mixing bowl combine sweetened condensed
4 and muggy days and of from the oven and let it stand lit room temperature well. Beat eggnwhitessuntil; thickened, Add ;
\ beathtikT
for 20 minutes before serving Gradually i3
they must also be quick tablespoons sugar and continue
beating
easy-to-pxepare. .As recommended in the Great !Dinners section I of I lift M.ijgi- stiff but not dry: gently fold into condensed yntil egg milk whites mixture.are

JiHOPS :,;. ,. .. QJ whole family will enjoy :/IIIC'K April 4th Ls ucv,fresh illn.l1cud tin interesting menu loXomplemem Spread evenly, over, Crumbs crush. s)+le'with..rtlICrvN!
( Ins sausage-.'titer salad which ii..' And their sliygc'lltxl[ : thlon-the&tf: tart: 'forget'". fr.UlJ\b, mlxtu-:ei '
... 'i- '' LB. made rapidly in the uppcliAr is easy lo make and really U trod 'I I hen accompany Place on bottom of the freezer compartment of refrigerator.
or in an electric fry the ham with u compote of warm spiced fruit and port, creamed; taking care to allow air circulation around the tray to assure
pan out on the patio. Served spinach und new potatoes with herb I Finish off with u cold or freezln.ban Freeze 6 to 8 hours or until firm. Cut Into pie wedges
AS..,ICEDBACON) warm brown and serve lemon soullle with wine sauce and )'\lu'll be labeled. gourmet; by to serve.
Iced tea and, a kiddie- .your friends
dessert "Flower Power 'r... -
23'I ,
I ". .you have a winner J
59 I meals take on added
1LB. for ifommle when
CELLO can Include convenient pre SHOP SUPER-RIGHT" FULL CUT BEEF SPECIAL!
PKG.. meats Many of the

I : ,,and' favorites-wieners smokies-are fully, CHUCK ROAST La59C

ready to enjoy hot or
I ;t FARM BESTICE And most Importantly,
_--J SHOUTKNINij are good budget to enjoy .'
B& or cold..h.Mi! most im- z..
BAKE-RITE they are good budget ;.;.
,; BAK u,there is no waste. As 1 a ?/ AiP UJSD.A. GRADE. 'A' "SELF-3AS'TOG"
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bacon diced
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sffi 3 LB. CAN flour;

I sugar; -SUPER-RIGHT" EXTRA LEAN FhjSdLY \ *?
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teaspoons ;
teaspoon celery seed; The store that

: FLA.GRADE A' teaspoon pepper GROUND CHUCK n.-$1.9!
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cares
cup chopped onion; you

I FRSSH: >f f GGS\:.. SMALL thinly sliced celery; AHN PAGE SPECIAL! "
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or '
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.I.1 drippings and drain pieces: :: JIM DANDY SPECIAL! .. ?
towels. Pour 1/3 cup' QUICK GRITS
drippings into fry pan.
In flour, sugar salt.cel- l-LB BOX IIPIMST
seed and pepper. Add
DETERGENTAJAX :
; } FLAVORS
\ASSGiTED
and water Cook,stir
constantly until thickened. ANTCOFFEE RINKS
'
TOWELS colon,celery and potatoes;
to heat through. Add may-. ;( AsP Hic =?
slowly and mix well. 'Ig
DELMONTE DOLE
or heat wieners, franks \ .
u directed on the : ; ,,
Cot IDhalf crOU'tt'18t. 3,46.OZ CAJdiALLF
upright around edge of
WITH IIOT! 29 serving dish and spoon
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DRINKS 3 C8 oz. CAm I carton cans
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BLEACH..x. 2 LBS. I pints sugar whipping crystals cream or ; I Fresh Fruits & Vegetables !

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Reveals Facets, :Ii'It .with floor care knowhow.Shinning .

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//4 ., ,well: locus ire Lion offer tbeee floorcare know- .
kept
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Of Black WomanWhatever ,... I., \,, ,,,' .. _, ',
) how
"T"> : a pleasant welcome DIM for auggeaUou:
y- household visitors ,..and with 1. Mnp down non-porou
I her background whatever her current citation, the ./ .floor-cere know-how,your floor (pure vinyl and. rubber tile.) '
can always be readyl! floor frequently The more COMingi
II black ctrl Is caught In a unique historical sociological and company
"m' ( of allowed
wax to accumulate
I 1 Amwiy Corporation Ada.
psychological crossttt one which has made her the successstory' ..... Michigan suggests the UM of.a ,the more difficult they will
of the 1960's and one that can exert considerablenress'iUre : ;';;' wax remover,surface neater and be to remove later
I on her. .'JI,1 2. Porous (linoleum, /
floor wan to help maintain floor asphalt
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Her accomplishments and herprelsuresln or a white girl They bate us ,, beauty The tecret of a beautiful: tile,. cork wood, etc.) floon
relationships and they love us/ long'wearing floor b cleanliness.A should NOT BE STRIPPED AS
with whites In relationships quality was finiih protective OFTEN u several COM ol wax
"with men...are examined In The new ideology affirms th e certainly does help,.only may be necessary to fill the pore
depth in GUHOUR's Mall strength of the black male,but until too many was coaiingi buildup again and build up a new finish
in DO way implies putting down Or, me a diluted
feature, '"How It Feels To Bei Then all floor IInlaheuhould wax remover
,
A' Blacl Girl Now." Educa-, the black woman.She now sees be removed down to the bare solution for more frequent light
tionally'and herself as a worthwhile Ioy.obJ.ct. turface stripping.
', economically, she. and sees her malt Removing floor was, b too 3.To keep the color true In
I has other pc;bed social ahead faster thaaany partner in the same way. This ....---. often e mea,job involving backbreaking light colored floors tripping
group she Is new Influence has led to the work which b why should be more frequent than on
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;. part of, the self-determination black thrust for autonomy and- assertion that'black Is beautiful' Stripe it rich is the theme for Aileen ucVbeautlful-outfit"""li o1Ij'-waist,Misses' sixes are available Aileen.produced: 'ue ,ill usually, poalponed Wax dark 4.Always floor. rinse
and what was one "mutual on ,the left. This Is a perfectly coordinated ensemble knitted two-to-go ensemble at the right.Creslan acrylic fiber completes remover such u that available thoroughly
: e4uallty she Is proud of her loom Amway,completes the Job the floor with water after wing
black Identity > deprecation' is now mutual of Creator acrylic fiber In luscious colors contrasted with the deal See the Russian Cossack top. The band collar and quickly,easily and economically, wax remover or detergent before
; Author Marilyn Mercer cite enhancement' husky deep tones. Aileen makes the modified bell-bottom, off-center placket feature embroidered trim. The sleeves are applying floor wax Such residue
'i Iterallleumple. of her ad- Blackness and black awareness pants and the funnel-collared overblouse. McCall features thebeautiful properly full and cuffed Aileen! features wardrobe season- For keeping your floors lookIng may become gummy and will not
have become a sourceof with a bright pink ribbon sash, tied at their best
) vadcen,oats: For the first time -. evening dress spanning separates Amway Corpora produce a shine
strength, not weakness.
1
in history 1967 placed black
women in full-time Jobs at thee I .
-
lanfef wage level as white 1 M -
''women. In professional SAVE .. '
technical clerical and tales PARTY LINE
0 jobs they made more. College 'II jO ..
attendants rose to 9,9In 1 f fS frrrj

-professional:,March, 1966 and technical employment and I BY PEGGY SANFORD .

'doubled In the last 25 :
years
1 The pressures, however, are PARTY ACCE8SORIE8-THE OUTSIDE kThiftk SW E E PSTAKES ttzt_ '
.complex As a social worker STORY ::CASH

put It, "many black girls'pi o- ...
blems are fin same as white .. ,''. .
girls' problems, but the racial 55* $ 00000 .ta 000" t1.t: .mot t
.
dimension Is an added dimension J .. tlfTK ...f. _
that affects them all' ODD E _".,:. IN CASH. ISG.OO 11'4' CASti
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LPreJudlce of course still : IN CASH 'M wl.ese.QaMnv .
exists, and even where It
doesn't, the patterns of the RIMe" R..111.d lfl.n tiesAa Walt 7T.e.A.p a.rwiielaN......N.2awewa.1r1..A
past make It hard for many rw.wewwe..ll.esArOW
jNejroi Americans to math flues w amen ane .el. sass.In s N."we lust.n.aM

tftst white men and white fully Institutions !2.4I$1. .i. 'anser..26. ALE or BEER... 79

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2: A basic generation gap exists Parties out of doors need no suffice avian
that separates white-collar special Ubl.-e.Uinp, although Hot foods which have been Sauce;;;-J/I. Beef S MNnemiMAM'*'MKM neew
girls from their parents.As one pints will feel "at home" i if prepared Indoor should go on e.w..49 EGGS
you hate a long picnic table the picnic table where peoplecan UN*M taHMdnr *n* tnvsiv. Me lJfOIFEE.i.7.
young woman put it, "My .
with bench and chubs.Whither serve themselves easily .
parents are wonderful people.. or not you u.. Th. rolls should be somewhere Bcon... IOll.Keenex..4l. Tables......... 88
but they're simple people- plates depends on what'cookIng near the tire so that they can saes.as.wwts s *
farmers They don't understand Hamburger and steaks on be warmed or touted when the .59Nee
my world roll., for example, may be meat Is ready If you boil your E..Soap.... 75* . .
coffee the fire, coffee .
Satan straight from hand Colorful over :
S The black is .
: young woman *CM tMimr
su*ucn (suumPiKfflffiSw HII t-ikC *AstoMefii -tMi1c ilwilMMtSM fMNS M*M MMb* ibjiMM.
la transition from a culture cloths, are preferably desirable plastic though tab not le- cups conveniently of metal or near plastic the shouldbe grill, */$1 W Tc.oth'pasfeW; : ,w .At .49
a matriarchy here women MMntialThere. At such e party, Heubkln'i COFFEE
were the stronger sex to one bottle cocktails are perfect, ;; ....... It ftUnmCMIM . . .
where they are not For generation are many useful out. served on the rocks. Favorites L
black women could find door longs to accessories lift and turn food Including on a include whiskey sours, manhattans Corn....,... /$ Hair Spray 39
martini and D..NmE.---E.wRAIft-0..E..N-'IIL--.4.-4
work and they men were often frill, long-handled salt and pepper daiquiris.Finest "' 1/1"- _.IM"mT

;of unemployed competent,produced black women number, but knives shakers and a,wire long'broilers handled' ,sharp knife save already time liquor In and the and bottle full mixes Packaged so they are Sausage. ...S/$I.MVopms Deodorant... 59 ._..r.IIooIo'__._.,...w___....:: .. '

altatlstlcallbortac. of educated and board fork, a ,basting a sturdy brush carving with along snacks or canapes accompany e. .lrlwrAlwo .; DeavrEMT.fteaen! 67*
black men. the cocktail with delight 4/$1. f mpons..881 l9jl!
.C: The matriarchy pattern in safety handle,ube.toI'lo., and of.course.. ,for Among the things the that cook .,..M.1A.1. ... which the women was dominant, beautifully on pill are **KRMaasMua oe.ee

*. bas. resulted Inacertalnamount sort Make lee are sure accessible that your And acces-put broiled hamburgers chicken, frankfurters and fish. A, Charcoal.I ...... 89* Shampooe.ee.39* SUGAR : .5CiOROX. 39Dressing.
of ,hositlly between black the napkin, fork, spoons and kabob Is tasty cooked over MM sours iua ... MG
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Gator Bowl SceneOf Rewarded Judge MotleyCONTINUE EDUCATIONAL

FROM PAGE ?

18 HS and economic advanc.ment. ROUNDUP
Bigtime
This Is attested to by the fact
r of new Black majors of major BY NEGRO: PRESS INTE.&.A tJONAL
American cities The concentration
of blacks In central EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP
Football GamesThe cities has led not only to their GIVEN 30 Days
ability to elect blacks to office, NEW ORLEANSNPIThe' a Fifth Circuit Court Appeals'
but also led to a fateful demand has given 37 Louisiana school districts 30 days to submit new
Bold New City of Jacksonville takes on a football
on their part lot greater participation desegregation plans that are to take effect at the beginning of
atmosphere this foil when the Gator Bowl becomes, for three '
in planning, operation, the 1969-70 school year. The new ordar turns thumbs downon
I weeks, a beehive of plgsklnneri, potentials, coaches, parents!
and admirers. ,abA control of the tax supported the "freedom of choice" plan, u not effecting the integration
___ facilities and services in their called for tinder the law.
Wolfson at ioJO a.m Lee wiu
C Brunswick, Lee to Gainesville, try to clobber Jackson at %;30. areas
Parson to Tallahassee, Raises Matthew Gilbert will fight the "Black and other minorities, FOUR CITIES' TALE
to Gainesville, and Rlbault to closing Battle with Stanton at who will have been permitted JOLIET, nir Satellite Beach. p.m. through decentralization to decide shortly if there Is any evidence of possible discrimina
The summer enrichment programs Forrest's U will stay home.. share power and responsibilities tory practices within the school systems of four Illinois
will begin June 23, and The Rebels will go to Engle. with the white community cltles-Joliet, Kankakee, Springfield and Rock island Pre
games will be ticketed each wood. Coach Jerry Dlscb's will emerge in another liminary investigations in all four cities have been completed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. players will make three decade with a far greater stake by OCR InvesUptorsl and are to be analyzed with other data
The 13-team loop wW -finish appearance in the Gator Bowl, in this society than presently Is requested superintendents.v,
July 23., against Lee, Jackson and (lie!;:. Having sucha fitaliewjjl} '1iATLANTANPIAt
Tutors will be: Carl Burden, Wolfsoa. 'lead more rapidly to the"reali BLACK STUDIES PLAN
( Stanton Devils; Fred Pickard, The longest trips will be made gallon on the part of both blacks' least 14 predominantly white colleges
Parker Braves;' Monty Crook, by Englewood, Fletcher and and whites that there must be and universities In the south nave Inaugurated a program of
Wolfson Leon Dorsett Faxon Black studies, and seven more are expected to
; Parker Wolfson will eo to greater interaction on a basted Join the
Eagles; Charles Mathews, ,Clearwater, from where the equality between the races group In the fall. Meanwhile, at Chicago State college, pre
Jackson Tigers; Ed Johnson, players hope to bring the bacon' than any other development liminary interviews are being conducted by the dean of faculty
Lee Generals; Floyd Perry, borne. Jackson will go to KODAK GRADUATES-CUffer Wingate (right), a member of Kodak's trade trainee program, which I can envision. and members of the Afro-American organization with potential
Rlbault Trojans; Bob Reynolds, Is shown receiving his graduation certificate from Dr. Cleo Blackburn (left), executive: "In achlevingthis ultimate goal candidates to be named co-ordinator of black studies and the
Englewood Rams; Ralph Alphas DedicateFirst director of the Board for Fundamental Education, and the congratulations of Frederic B..- of integration through, ,Black Cultural center at the college.
Bennett, ForrestRebelsJames; Welsh Kodak vice president for Corporate Relations. Dr. Blackburn was guest speaker u'Eastman community control, our tingle '
DeAngells, Fletcher Senators; Kodak held graduation ceremonies 'for the largest class of Board for Fundamental most important problem u this ANTI-DEMONSTRATION LAW'
Wlllam lines, Raines Vikings; St. Louis Education students--in--since the company began the basic communication program area will be how the goal of BATON ROUGE (NPI)>'Llke many other state legislatures,
Spencer Weeks, Butler Felconsand three years ago. more political and economic those of Louisiana and Illinois are engaged putting a law
James Robinson, Gilbert Noising Unit "power for the black comm- ty on the statute books aimed at making a crime any demonstration
Panthers. Good can be peacefully achieved."It conducted on high school or college campuses. The
.., All high school gyms" will be .ST. LOUS-NPI--Dedicatlon Making ,, will be your fate to confront Illinois House has passed its! version by a 72-46 vote,over the
open from 1 p.m. to 9, Mondays of the Alpha .Gardens Apartments those who advocate protests of Black legislators.
'through Fridays, with physical the first completed residential violence as a means for either
fitness programs., Track and redevelopment project achieving: or preventing power' EDXATORS'HEETATLANTANPOThe
Basketball will be'stressed. In the West Ead urban renewal in the Black community. It second annual national conference of
This! year's program bids to area (Hodlamont Avenue, Steel. becomes your fate as Black the National Association for African-American Education
be the best yet.Eighteen Avenue and New Sklnker Parkway college graduates to design the (NAAAE) will be held Aug. 20-24 under the theme'Tbe Fire
games will be- ) was held Sunday, June 1. strategy by which a peaceful This Time," which will focus on new Black perspectives and
featured. Atty. Morris Hatchett, president transition of economic and creative Black solutions to pressing educational problem;
Jackson's Tigers will be the Alpha House of St. Louis, h I I'I political power to the black Key Issues at this,session are expected to Include community
I most frequent visitors! They Inc., the aponsorlngoupsa1d communities shall be achieved control of schools. Black studies, college admissions, doe ml-
will play seven games.. residents of the West End, who The speaker was introduced tories, Job protection, health and nutrition, and graduate and
The second football week will have waited to see the rebuilding by The Right Reverend ThomasA. protelSlonalstud1es.

,see Lee against Forrest of their long dismantled area Fraser, Jr., Bishop of North MIXED! UP
Jackson against Parker, andWolfson under the problem-beset urban Carolina.
against Raines. These renewal program, were special Florida graduates are: Gloria WASHINGTONNPl.Arthur) Eugene D. Genovese believes
battles will make history. Invited guests. I I1. Newbold, Jimmy Lee Williams, that Black studies courses are a must In the educational
"The .,, ( system, but is against such courses being taught by "&11
Thanksgiving Day will be the development was \ Fay L. Harris, Jacksonville, "
Black
day. Englewood will meet CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 iNorma Howey, Jacksonville; faculties. Writing on "The Legitimacy Limits of
Among the many Blacks employed by Rayco Auto Service are three men shown above( They Donnell Morris, Fort Lander- Black Studies,' in the June issue of Atlantic magazine, he.
are tops In their fields. Their promotions and position point to the excellence: of operation dale, CasSandra Clinton, Lake hits! the Idea that "only Blacks can understand the Black
on their part. On the left Is William Curtis Yarborough, manager of the Los Angeles Boulevard Worth. 'experience." He sees it u "an Ideologically fascist positionand.

3tee Rayco Auto Service store, now manager of the Inglewood, Calif., store. Rejoined GRAMBLING, LA..Refer .the latest version of the battle cry of every reactionary
: ( Rayco in 1959 In the center is Leroy Wilkinson, who Joined the company as an auto up-, log to the accomplishment! of nationalism"NOT
holstery trimmer in 1966, new manager of the Nor:edge, U., store. He formerly worked 'young people as "short of
for a trucking firm. At the right is Willie James Lowe, a graduate of the Los Angeles 'miraculous ...In an age when A GOOD ONE
CALLAHAN FLA.i. Technical College, who started with Rayco as a brake and front end mechanic about four years :our imagination soars with the GLENCOE, Md. NPI-lareu Cockerban, 18, one of three
1 I U.S. 1 ago. He Is now manager of the company's Los Angeles Crenshaw Boulevard store. Rayco .satellites," Whitney Youn&Jr., Black girls enrolled at the.Oldfleids school two years ago,
i Auto Service, a division of the B.F. Goodrich Company, with headquarters Akron, Ohio, executive director of the didn't get her diploma upon graduation because she "did not
... Your Keel's At In Prices is a large distributor of tires, mufflers,shock absorbers and brakes and is a leading producer, National Urban League, called fit in with the stereo-type of what a good Negro Is in the eyes
I of con ertible tops and! seat covers. 'upon the youth of this countryto of those white paternalists," her lawyer, William Stringfellow,
OPEN SUNDAYS 2PM to 2 A build and not destroy In a declared. Last April 28, Karen and her sister, Antionette,
16, were "released" from the school and told to
enroll elsewhere -
commencement address to 412
i'N'1 FEAST DRIVE-tt'' SERVICE E: GOOD PUNCHER TOO Jack ,Johnson, I Is A Daidy- graduating seniors at G r amb-' for their final exams.

fyi.JDSTBTlflN'? FROM MONCRIEF If U.S. 1 LOS ANGELES-NPI-If( ) I II V ling College Sunday. REWARD "
Dennis Grey of the LosAngel l By M. Smith Colin NPI Citing the contribution mad .
SPECIALSDewar's ITHACA N.Y.- .His
WEEK'S ,
while
r : THIS Stars claims Is true, Let towards Improving human aggressiveness a gradatestudent
Alclndor Is as good with hlfiats .I JACK: JO-II S01\ IS A DANDY: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY; with rights the Urban League at Northwestern University, Evanston, HI., paid off for
Int odjctory Essays by DIG SCHAAP and THE LAUPMAN James Turner last week. He named to
Scotch 5tl5ti 57.19J as be U h andling a basketball ; director commented that while! : was the post of directorof
Grey, who underwent surgery Epilogue by M.
J t W. ent 100% 5,59 last week to repair a CHELSEA There have HOUSE, New York; 262 pp; $8.95. social injustices In the courts! BAN LITERACY TEST
been
reams and reams written the
about Jack has
broken Jaw, claims Lax hit him Johnson, younger generation "
Grant's Scotch 5th 6.50 during a gamo played at: but what better person could write about the life and times of the moved to make this a reality WASHINGTON-NPl.Tbe VS. Supreme court by a 7-4
8yr Hamilton High School between a first Black heavyweight champion of the world, than the man ORANGE BURG S.C.D. decision last week upheld a lower court ruling that Gaston
squad led by the UCUgreat himsalf. Christian E. Baker, presidentt County N.C., cannot use the state literacy test as a prerequisite -'
: Schenley Gin .90%, it.lit.i. $ 4.99 cage and Grey's team of ABA l True, 'Jack was only a prizefighter prove of some benefit if it t of Cuttington College and to voting. In so doing the court opposed a plea for
; : stars. but it Is Interesting aids others to avoid similar Divinity School In Liberia, relief "on the ground that the test denied voting right to!
Lakes Catawba 11.69. to learn about his ups and downs 1 mistakes and the amending unhappiness Africa, urged the graduates of Negroes because it places a special burden on Black people
\ Wine ... as he saw them. He sums it and disappoint South Carolina State College for whom the county has maintained separate and inferior
In these schools." "
words
.f up : meats! not to reject people of other
"In my fight for freedom AT LONG LASTMontgomery
my Johnson grew up la Galveston, races but to maintain a sensethe
I MADAM BESSI, GIVE TO THE I felt that whatever my con- Texas, with no thought of i of black Identity Ala.-NPI--Integration) of teachers' organizations
duct had been which led to fight game, but rather wanted to "Black men should avoid the finally came to Alabama, when members of the State's
She will read your entire Dfe-:- ast,present and AMERICAN CANCER accusations against me and conviction emulate the famous' Steve i easy tempatlon to reject other whit and Negro teachers1 groups voted overwhelmingly to
'tutur.. She asks no questions but will tell you It had been no worse Brodle, who created headlines i people because of a diflerer.ee merge. The National Education association had told the mostly
!hat you want to know, giving dates and facts of SOCIETY than that of thousands others by Jumping off the Brooklynbridge. in pigmentation or because of Negro Alabama State Teacher.'USOC1atloD and the pre
wstoess, love, health and family affairs. Will, I felt that I had committed no He turned to boxingonly [ a group's past performance," dominantly white Alabama education association to accept a
yelp you find lost art. Tells you whom you will .. heinous crime and that because after discovering he was i said the African native of merger plan or face expulsion.! The Alabama groups complied
marry and when. If the one you love is true, what of my olor, perhaps and quite adept with his fists. Monrovia
I to do to be succes tf ul.Will reunite theseparated, because ofprejudlces'andJealousies It was only a little incident,
.locate absent friend and relatives, and cause ,\ JacksonvilleBarber I was' being* persecuted but it became an Important Ecooonists Visit FAMU
happiness between man and wife. Helps makeup
: signpost in his life. He was
lovers' quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad "However, after months forced to defend himself from
: luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil _. College abroad, always alert lest I be the reigning bully on the docks ,
: Influence. Does not tell to please you,but will tell the tnt!. One 'led Into some trap that would In his hometown, over the r
visit will repay you for disappointments in all others. She will Emll Now mean loss of my freedom, I princely sum of 25 cents and who .
,J read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your decided that I would, returQ to had won It In a dice game
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when NOW my native count y, submit to
I; everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, APPLICATIONS JEING' the demand of the law,and clear His flagrant defiance of the :rr
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made ACCEPTED my 'debt to society'." status quo, by not only association
r Clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody Welcome TUITION HATES AS LOW AS Elplalning why he undertook to with white Yemen, but :,
ij NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house caU. Don't 21.75 PER MONTH write his memoirs after all marrying them, obviously .' "
mistake the address...MADAM. BESSIE'is located north of these years, Johnson says:: "I played a big part in his sub.sequentImprisonment "
1 Callahan on U,9l, 1/2 mile from City of Callahan, Florida I II Eater A Cud, lifter 1 .feel that the story of my life at y f
I Phone: 8792250. ,Is one that will provelnter.stInr Leavenworth.Of J ,4r
; WATCH FORHERSIGNINFROI TOFHOtEE-Acroasthe street and entertaining to my the suicide of his white :
""f j from SPORTSMAN MOTEL 630 DAVB'STREET readers at the story of a man, wife, Etta, Johnson reminisces, :"
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I Hank Aaron Chosen By Atlanta Braves As Greatest Player In Team History


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Athletes Help Training Program More Tics 700 Few Seat


In Ballots Ckosfog Reek Awe

ATLANTA: Hank Aaron, Braves outfielder, has bees Toted the*.
greatest player in the history of the team by more than 700 '
tau vhAaron. SIRUItsA.
4j ; 35 Is now battling field went to Hag Duffy..a .
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} r for the }ka&n.i League's batting

lead with a .349 average
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: [ : and Is fifth on the all-time home
) dl run list with S23. He has also
'
I / r beta picked as one of two
players on the all-time team.
Fans picked Felipe Aloa for
,1 center fielder.! Other votes went
ly 1 h, 4} 11 ,' rwa earlier players,
4i wa, .Lxa.dN ri ? 1 Southpaw Warren Saphaji

__ right-bander Burdettewere HANN AARON '

__ named pitchers on the team Del Other spots were: Cepeda,

I rt Tr Crandall was given the first base; Homsby, seeded;
catcher's berth Joe A4coct"u' Boyer, third; Johnny Logan\
named for first base andSchoendienst shortstop; Rico Car ty,left field;.
for second Bill Briton, center field;!
To Eddie Mathews went the Tommy Holmes,' right field
third base post. Walter Joe Torre, catcher Kid
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q' w s 'I ti'. "Rabbit" Maranvllle was Nichols, rlghthanded pitcher

I.picked up as shortstop Left and George Tyler, left bander. .


.' olsi a sxi+ e The Slugging Match of the YearlWrWORLD '

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Three gf Id tart and one leading boxer bad little in common In \ sou E
." Spicier, second from left, was boxing champion at Michigan\ State Now all four ,c pGrl
the day.heD: they were sports page headliners, but now they are working IB Chrysler Corporation's
State and then was a topranklng Jug GIrard second
I art teammates In an effort to help inner city men find ando pro. pre-employment training program for the so-called hard
from right star back first with the of
was a
University
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keep jobs In Industry. Jack Crittendon left core unemployables men who I
end are 1
was an with Wisconsin potentially trainable but, l HEAVYWEIGHT
and then with the Detroit Lions Wally Triplett ]
,th. C/Ucago/ Cardinals after playing for Wayne State. Church lack the basis education or motivation to holds Job,-.Chrysler r ,
S right, was a star back for the Detroit Lions and for Penn Photo CHAMPIONSHIPi


Driver Runners-up Former Pro Stars Now Helping Inner City M'.I i 15 ROUNDS 1 / /


In. Cbrysler Corporations Pre-emloywent. CLOSED ON 11 BIG I CIRCUIT SCREEN TV U c

.DE'l'ROITI'iate force war to make a point"Anybody gram is too new to appraise MONDAY, JUNE 23JOEFRAZIERvs.JERRY ,
4, one way to get a Job dome'lasports can fight or play fairly bet. Hey admit that discouragements ,if'
T for former pro football ball," they tell the trainees follow periods of '1\\

9t stars Wally Triplett, Jug "but It takes bard work to make reward ....
GIrard, Jack Crittendon aodfor the team and stay on It. In QUARRY

ex-boxer Clinch Spieser. industry where several Watch World ClumplM lMII; (.|if
How, working together in a thousand employees at one plant
unique program la industry,the are all working on the big team, This Clown JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
four ex-athletes find that a each man is No. 1 at his Job.
Doors Open 8:00 P.M. Spec. Events le SiO
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works
approach position
51 FIGHT STARTS AT 10:00
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best. then be lets down the team
They have tot difficult task of and they must find a replacement Ii 43''J NO "NO"]
t yang to help social dropouts ." 3. HOMCTV PRICES HOM,
R 1, from the Inner city learn not The big distraction for most I I
'only! bow to get a Job, but trainees are persomlproblems \/ ORIADIO i $4.00-$5.00-$6.00 I RADIo >

bow to hold onto a Job once which seem Insurmountable. .. 1
.
they get ont Trlplett explains it as
a II :5 use YOU IANKAMER.ICARO OR MASTER CHARCI
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Many former athletes move continual effort to make the USf YOU* IAWK MUJTtH CMMOI
ATRCOLIISEUM
on to social work or trainee see life as a responsibility ,TICKITt, ON PALS AND DOWNTOWN
youth vice OMICI. II rc'T' PARK' ALSO' AT THE AUDITORIUM
programs, putting their sports In which he must tale 11Ift. RPSVATION PHOHI OSMIUM UtIMIand
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.reputations to work to help "One boys dad bad a stroke, -- -- -
Inspire underprivileged or Impoverished his mother was a suicide and
boys, but not quiteto his sister was raising U 7. 15 ;11

the degree, possibly which children Row do you go about
these four do. making him understand! that he 52-22-11, fite
They are In Chrysler .Cor should help out?

poratlon's pre-emplorment One of the athletes, unsolicited Sometimes He's up, Sometimes '
t alnlngprogram which offers once arranged locus .He'. down He Adds,Subtracts 11'1 Flozi.
such basics u elementary I a, garnishment that>YU Impossible He works all around.
;:: .. M...."' .. fT. ,.,." y reading on up to hands-on .for a trainee to pay.
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,. 'fIt.! "" :;t" .w"a t4" ",a ..I-of." 1't"'" Tw machine instruction, preparing The man sat sullen, but listening II'-11'-111
; .". ..... the trainee to hold a Jot In while t phone call proved
can
'!t.'I indjstry.Crittendon. successful in delaying and Coming Attraction! you

t and Spicier are lightening his payments. He
:.. training supervisors Trlplett went away smiling and since ..llIS -IS
A and Glrard are follow-up men has become a star pupil.) Set on it/f
.helping the trainees adjust to "YOIl'" got to demonstrate, MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
,their ngw work environment. even if it's only a brief phone
Their charges present particular ) call, to prove your peo sail
Li I challenge because they interest." said Spicier "Then MEAT moms. ACTIOIf, pAll
range from teens to men. they Just might begin to meet cwommci airier
Numbered
"Mans
Days are R PUT .
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It Is at moments like this you halfway.
Health and Fortune can: be Yours .RISM1"
t when any one of the four might Crittendon, Glrard, Triplett Days 616e
know Lucky
fir draw on his sports experience and Spicier agree that the pro->> when'you your turn
Lucky Colors Set. POST TIMI VW
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NATIONAL RUNNERS-UP and still state champions In the annual Vet-Dodge Driver, INTERNATIONAL EFW' or run PMUM
Excellence contest for high school youths engaged In driver training were (left) Thomas Vf NEGRO:! Pi-ESS, *

i Dorse, Jr., 16, Gary, lad, and Carl Crawford,16, Washington D.C. This year the event was THE "GREAT ONES' in the blank below and
held in Detroit. The youths were among 24 from u many states competing in the skill event CHICAGO-MPI-At( ) least fans of two major league teams mall to ZODIAC, Post Office t i d I
who enjoyed all-expense paid trips to the motor capital and received gold watches from think that their star Black players are "the greatest ever." fox 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. I

Dodge Division, Chrysler Corporation. (NPI-Photo) Followers of the Chicago Cubs picked Ernie Banks as the NAME
greatest Cub, while those of the Atlanta Braves named Henry STREET -_
"Hank' Aaron as their top choice. DATE OF BIRTH L

Golfer Lee Elder Ready BENDS AT LASTPRETORUlfPl.F1DdJ.qlllelf

;It shunted aside In International .., w __. I _.
competition, South Africa decided to bend a little and Ignore its
Plans To "no-mixing policy" in one sports category. Last week, the
; CarryOn white South Africa Lawn Tennis union accepted the Black South'
African National Lawn Tennis union into full membership, in a Introducing craftsmanshipyou
bid to meet objections that it does not fully represent all the

I All Greens races In South Africa.LKEAWOUAN7 can taste.

?
rf Lea. Elder, great Black golfer and winner, denied last week MOATREAMNPO-Maory Wills, the Expos' recent acquisition
p that.//has plans for cutting his tour because of racial slurs. from the Pittsburgh Pirates, might be accused of being Benchmark! Bourbon Isn't something

A'..recent release quoted the the same treatment. rye like a woman when it comes to making up his mind. Wills, at C .pedal jusfclwcausc Seagram puts their
jj expert u saying be would skip Elder did not identify the t 36, had announced his Intention to retire from the game, but namcon: it.
Sjcettaln tournaments next two days later, changed his mind and decided continue. "
It's because
year locale for the prejudiced re t the distillers, scientists,
5 because of race baiting. He was marks. He said "I make my, t playing coopers: tasters: and all the other artisans
5:reported u saying he would not living from golf so I play In r who make Benchmark still believe in
I splay again in the Pensacola about M tournaments to for
go '
f-Open at the end of March. He those $100,000 tournaments WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE values: with an old American: ring to them:

,.*as also reported u saying it's Just too much In Pensacola. No Waiting Credit Approved on Spot! Values like quality-dedication-vlslon-
Mbat he woold check other The money Isn't worth it." t F'rY 41BONNEVILLI. ......................................... .... $319' .' respect: for one's: craft.
40* HTO*. VINYL' e00/: ,AlllONDINOH! .SIC.WINDOW4UATl \ ,
?tournaments for Improvements. The sportsman finished second /ACrO: WAMiNtV,AlMOif: NIW. 95 They expected: a lot from themselves!

=: Elder said last week:_"I'm In the Memphis Open, winning 67 FORD aALAXl1 SOD .................................... W5. And they(tot It.
?:tired of being called Nigger or 117,500. AIR COMD..vI,H'IO''.1. IAIir.fO 'MltHHNO.'&H.
*:Black Boy Its just come tot On the other' head, !in Mid PONTIAC GRAND PRIX .............................., JW i-
AIUCOMDIIIONID I .fUCr WINDOW AND If ATS.SNARE SHARP.FACTOUTWAHHANJY Benchmark-Seagram's Premium
:: head. I baren't said anything ,lothian, ni, the golfer vehemently Bourbon.

:about: tins before, but I feel denied such decisions, 6.PONTIAC TEMPEST..................................... S22 S ,. Measure your Bourbon against It.
::I>e got,nough and believe it .especially a remark attributedto CUSTOM, VI AUTOMATIC' IHANWUjSIOH fOAM UK"NO, KM,
'
:.:Jshould Ae' brought out In theopen.7B him to the effect that he Y I hr.Os 41 ACIOt PLYMOUTH WARRANIY.FURY III.................................... $33 JVI.
:: had Just qualified would boycott the Monsanto AUTOMATIC HANS Rill FOAM tlltriMO, Alt ONDHIOIIINO.
,,;for ./ United States Open at Open la Pensacola. Here for the Frailer World Heavy FACIOMWAJIKANIV.
$BetlYda Country Club in Western Open, he made It plain weight Champion, above, will *IRAMBtlRRHIl770 ................................... $219''
XXXM WTOP. UH. AUTOMATIC ,
5-Washtagtocv: that he bad been misquoted. meet Jerry Quarry, contender, AllCONOrTIOM. IMNWISVOM FQWII SIUIINO

About 10 Blacks compete on the He said, "There wereaconple Monday night Jaw 21. la MUSTANG -........................................... $2095
'tour>.Among them are Charlie of times in motels and things Madison Square Garden In a VI AUTOMATIC TRANS..,RAH
SIBord and his nephew, Curtis like that, but IlIeer: said I scheduled 15-round bout. The 7SUICK ELECTRA 225 ................................... $7W r
AIR CONDltlO..ED.WODTH
'Slflbrd,' Fete ''CUff and Howard wouldn't play in Pensacola."' bout will not be seen on TVor 67 CHIVIOLET IMPALA MOH...................?.............. $W3
Brown, and'.George Johnson. He continued. "I'll play anywhere heard on radio. Jaxons can see S 3M COUPS. VI AIR CONDITION AUTOMATIC RIM,WM Still
want to.ImIAL the big fight at the Coliseum mo
According' to Elder they get :
I ., the same night, the same time, CHRYSLER NIW YORKER ............................ $21.S
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OMirOOttWIUS) AIICONOIIIOfl.ANOAIllMIHTIAS.' ,
, direct from the
Garden.
.. Coliseum doors will be 63 VW RIAL NICI ONI ........?............................ S7'J
COLLEGE GREATS at.8 pm Special events open will 62 IAMBI STATION WAGON ?..............M...,.. $ItS

lead op to the fight at 10 p.m. 60 CHEVROLET IlL All .?.?....................._...... $m
Ulss.QfPQ)-Alcorn college's track hopes took a Tickets are $4 00, $100 and DOOR. *.AUIOMAI"1 Tale Dtoli"..HUNS Where ll,(AWAIrM.We Others, Refute

upswing recently when four top Mississippi high school K.OO at the Coliseum, Hemm- Credit
' track.stars accepted grants-ln-ald to attend the school. J tag Park and at the auditorium. Approved en Spot
Newcomers are Willie Magee, co-holder of the Rational High {See ad) Both men have Impressive
school record In the 100 and ZZO yard dashes; Zete&w Barns, records. Frailer has R. S. EVANS3rd
winner of the state high school record in the 440 And 220 had 20 fights and woo 23 Quarry
yards dashes; and Bigta Eight and state champion Cindy has has bad >7 fights and won & MAIN

BUUagsiey,; 220-yard dash; and Amanda HomesDurger, SO, 18. I41ad two by KO and drew (14,Silt OPENTILf' :30M {14.1317 '.

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a Alpha Phi Alpha Confederate Flag Cones Down Pepsi-Cola Backs African Art Driver Doubts

World Of Books
I in New Orleans City Council '.' ". 7" ,

Unit ..- -- -- I CO ITT tUE FROM PAGE 6 .
Dedicates many citizens: Black and white, ;; '. father was two shod iQ theupper NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
NEW Ol'LEANSNPISpecial) felt that Its display condoned: I rat chest.: 'BLACK HEROES Dt OUR
1 --The City Council of New the age-old theory of segregation t Ware was treated at Duval NATION'S HBT02T Edited by
', CONIlrtUED FROM PACE P' Orleans has given in to the and Inferiority. Medical Center and later re PHILLIP T. Dl OIK1NG; PUJK I
sponsored by"one of the oldest complaints of the NAACP, to The Council had given equal .i" leased. Msbed by COWLES BOOKCOM-; I
black fraternities in the Black ministers, fraternal and status to the two flats- 1 I Coach authorities tried to explain PANT, Inc., SSI pp. 'U#,
country: Alpha Phi Alpha and social clubs, u well as to demands According to Information ) the use of the pistol Lee hardcover.
built nuJily by Black engineers, by the Black Press, many commercial: Institutions Bill general maUler, Though there have been books
laborers, plumbers and electrlc'ans. and has voted that only the flag in the area display southern averred, "Tbt driver obviously about the contributions: of boy
: ." said Hatchett of the United States of America emblem In order foUflnenct.. felt he was put to undue abuse, the BUck and white people* j I
I I The development, for families be well displayed in the Council trade One brewery uses It in but I certainly: don't combine to American history, no one,": t
frith moderate Incomes,includes chambers: henceforth. advertising and on its trucks. 2L what happened It la 'against says DrotBlng. "has written alt
10 one.4edroom units, For years, the Confederateflag One transportation firm uses 6 company: policy: for our driven account in which the achievements -
e renting for $79 per month; 60 like the meandering statue the flag on its truck u a s" to carry: a gun." Be mentionedfear were presented as the '
two-bedroom units at $93; 60 of Uncle Tom, has been a partof business-getthag technique, If. developed in drivers because accomplishments of the Blacks,
three-bedroom units at $104; the local culture. However, ,A tragic commentary on bull- : of the rash of holdups and whites working together in
and 15 four-bedroom units at beaded traditionalism is the WIt 1I!)) .P'J past few months. effect with no ax to grind We
Kitchen appliances park school of all know that America was built
$115. : displaying, by out According to Jacksonville
ing and maintenance are in- Beauticians Confab the flag and the use of the officers, witnesses pointed out by people of all .races and
cluiM. Confederate Army uniform for _v 1p that Ware.emed determined to nationalities endeavoring to
For the convenience of the the school hand. cause trouble They said he achieve a common objectln

residents, two stores CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6 There art Blacks the band. used Tilt language and freedom. It is unfortwate thatit
management office and will At one time a Black student threatened to kill the driver Is the Black man woo still
j community: recreation area vlll ''conteslanty Miss Lumpkln carried: the Confederate banner. before Smith'.! bullet subdued faces: the*'problem of reaching
be included In the development attend the University of Honolulu him. that goal

More than 1,000 families have A of Deborah Ann In the first chapter, the author
Unit No 60 won the trophy Colin SMnt t Spnks description
applied for the US units In Jarge follows: Big, about S feet 6 significantly points up bow'
for having the winning historians have
Alpha Gardens Apartments about 135 many failed to
tall
Inches weight
,signed for families in the middle parade flat. Cocoa won second CONTINUED FMM PAGE 6 Wart insisted, she was 11. chronicle: the meaningful contributions .,
income bracket. Composing the place. Orlando was third ration: .I'tor politics1! power, According to a patrolman she 'of Black to the
complement: of typical tenants Unit No 8 won two trophies that is established by Intimidation would bare been 15. Mrs growth and, development. of
Miami received two
No. 24 of America
and those applylngare teachers, prefer
and coercion.People Audrey Mlckens, grandmother,
trophies for hair styling. BLACK HEROES" Includes
firemen, anti-poverty workers, man they're afraid the Is
to vote for t testified that girl large
Mrs. A. Scott of Ta mla wat such unsung Black heroes and
policemen. She said she knows
of. for her
age.
honored paying the largest -L heroines u David Lamson
who
youthful president
Alpha's ,
Street should be called: the large girl is 11 at least
Ernest N; MorlalNewOilenas, amount on the lot. The education : gangs served In the French war with
"humanitarian organizations"In .,Sergeant RT. Mathews was ,
building will be constructed a "handful"
elderly soldiers
the first Negro to be electedto
at'tbe It was Impossible
'1 order to offset the malicious scene
there.
captured the first British
the Louisiana State legislature troops
for the driver to decide the
.4 since: Reconstruction The next assembly will be attacks on these downtrodden at Menotamy and, tile first
wWch faJth runy heed tht child's: eligibility for a smallerfart
groups;
la
I Days, headed dignitaries who Daytona Beach beginning supplies in the American*
ancient injunction. "The way to : since: she was above the
the thrld Sunday in May. of volution and Deborah Gannett
shared In the dedication ceremonies ;
marker at tht of the bus.'.
down and front
1970. build up i! to tear who
I masquerading as "Robert
.
the way to tear down Is to buildup Shurtllf," enlisted May 20,ntf
Ml. Ararat
Critics of these benevolent I and served with distinction for

C societies fall to recognize the CONTINUED tHOM PAGE) 18 month with the Fosrth''

well-meaning Influence organisations'constructive In pro. Solomon, Mt. Ararat,Mrs, her Massachusetts detection. regiment before

muting political, educational, I Sarah Thomas Zloi Hope Bap. Also Included la this book are
and economic development in tist; Mrs Margaret CosteUa,
I contributions: of the First Air
e both tht Eskimo and Buddhist Mt. Ararat; Mrs. Delawrenct
Cavalry division la the Vietnam
communities! Michael Moody (1), a freshman art major at Florida AAM University (FAMU) from Syracuse, Welcher, Mt. Ararat; Mrs. War, which has accounted for.
N.Y., studies the collection of materials on the Negro donated to FAMU by the Pepsi-Cola Nadene FOIsett,Mt,Ararat;and, more Viet Cong dead than '
JECIIIAIT IANTEB Company for its Afro-American Studies program with Carolyn T. Jackson Miss Jackson is Mrs Annie Huff, Second of Its fellow units. The first any
a senior business education major from Vernon. Mr. Moodys parent art Mr. and Mrs Baptist. numbered such
Excellent starting salary. outstanding
LIQUORSPrices Clarence Moody of 836 Columbus Avenue in Syracuse. Miss Jackson is the daughter of Rev Graham will he featured Black officers its
Generous fringe benefits. Out. In among
lL Mrs. Oma L, Jackson who resides at S Prayer Time Mrs Ruth Battalion
standing working conditions Valdes will give the Occasslon commanders. as Lt.
Typing and shorthand required. ,and Pastor-for.tb..iey James T. Boddle,ft,36,Baltimore -
Apply Personnel Office. St. Legal DefenseNEW Manpower Speaker Williams will read the who flew more than ISO
food Regis Craft Mill between a.m. Scripture.: missions during his first seven

r Only t At and 12. Monday through Friday. YOlK: The Legal Defense and Educational Fund of the A major feature for the evening months in Vietnam. .
Located Intersection of East NAACP has filed suit agianst Jury officials in New Jersey. will be "Gospel in Songs" The author, through white and
Kings Rd t Rushing Port Road and Hecksher Drive Plaintiffs in the case, represented by the powerful and the combined choirs of Mt. the product of a poor family

Rth I Davis I BANKAMERICARD.t An Equal Opportunity Em- successful NAACP staff oflawyers, are Black New Jerseyans. Ararat and the Arthur Goodman in Deerfleld, Wls manages to
ployer. They are cueing! the Jury commissioners: the sheriff and the Community Choir. Remarkswill indicate some awareness of the'
:ird t Moncrief i ,?/ .? L board of election officials of Atlantic County. be made by Mrs. Lena white-Black "hang-up" In his

:lsf t Kuril* '' O'Neal, chairman, and by Mrs the attempt to reconstruct some of
r great episodes in American
4 Jessie
'
Rust
EdE'wood at Cle ant1 fid 1 co'cnalrman.Veterans: '
history,

THRU WED JUNE 25th :ler rtioW FOR RENT &LL Administration'

Famished Apartment for Rent. I
fin pleat q slap,.. I No Children J55-OU1. '
Q: If a veteran bas an annual Income of $1,576, how much
t IIIIrIIN.301 i8CIN BOBBY RILL VA monthly pendlon will he get under the new law?, I I.
; ST4COOLSUMMER TOIN The Jacksonville Industrial A: A monthly peodioo of $57 is payable to veterans who do I
IN
BIT
BEST Manpower Center will graduate not have dependents and whose annual Income ranges between

BUY! its second cycle trainees, June ,$1,500 and $1,600. _
'2 BR TOWN HOUSE 26, 8:00: p m in the Prudential Q: I have the "Total Disability Income Pro/ision" on my.
fJ tw \ 'PANGE REFBIGERATtnONLY Auditorium Sixty trainees will National Service- Lift Insurance. When applying for the total.
'r: \t.\: lj < \>'. ;' <;;,}ijt: ;;:: 1; ff* f' -- be completing ten weeks of Intensive 'disability income benefit after the Six month period, wills,
<
\( '<'
Jjof ,1"' $100 ,OOIN) motivational training and will disability? ,
.VODKA.Semkoc t ,7 be receiving their diplomas.The A: Payment of the total disability Income benefit starts
,t.: FHA-YA keynote speaker for the with the seventh month and continues as long as the total.
'
occasion will be Representative disability exists .
.F.:1f", Bobby L. Hill, Democratic Representative Q: I am a disabled veteran of World War H. I trapped my life:
."t'.' VULCAN INC.. of the 94th District insurance many years ago Can I apply for G.I. Inluranct: ?,
I Ii .. of Savannah, Georgia. It Is felt A: No. Disabled veterans of World War U were'given the
1 j> that Mr. Hill will not only be opportunity of applying for insurance form May\lAlMS,
KEN KNIGHT DR.
700J an asset to the graduates of through; May Z, 19GI.
768-3479
the Jacksonville Industrial

Manpower Center, to the
community also bbby L. Hill, Yes We All Talk '
YQDlbA'I 't'SIEAP' PLAN 22 years old, Is the youngest Mississippi

black man In the Georgia housed QUESTION.: Please tell me t .
Representatives and Is the ;'Wflere I can get a book thai t 1

first black Representativetltcttd dfclsi.es.tht diacritical. WhiteCONTINUED )
: from Savannah. The marks used intnepronunc-
JACKSONVILLESHIPYARDS Center extends an open invitation latin of English ---Mrs. T.;

I to the citizens of Jacksonville C.N.
FROM PAGE 1 ;
1 1i and surroundlngareas, ANSWER The Webfterian(
WIEDEMANN to share In this momentous diacritical system is discussed I,: .tactics were'rIYea1e4: Biac; !.'
\ Immt tjtattry"""unm occasion. in The Speech Arts (now out of> poll watchers were obliged to
i lit CLASS print) by Alice Craig in the Istand so far from the polls that
MOILEN; 11' SEX f- Inter-library loan from a good normal duties could: not be
BIG MAN'S BEER INSIDE MACHINISTSAND library. carried out. A polling place In a
44
j POOR MARTIAL F.ELATION: N. E. Hamilton bas written predominantly-Black area, was

KING SIZE 16 ozPOPTOP Beat the summer heat 2-tpeed. OUTSIDE MACHINISTS NO PROBLEMS SEX IN SEX. a Easy pocket Method booklet for entitled Teaching"An' prior moved notlct sunddendly Oftttmes and without It was

. NO AT/NIGHT.NOVIMOft Diacritical Marks; the palmer revealed whit o>official
SHEET MtTALMECHANics VIGOR', POOR MARITALRE- Company 349 Lincoln Street 1 I entered booths on the pretext. ,
CANS 20" BREEZE BOX: FAN .LAT10NS, NO SEX DESIRES, Ringnam, Massachusetts: C helping Black vote sJ ;
INCOMPATIBILITY. If these Approximate price, one dollar Federal observer fas were
ApplyMAIN I,are your problems and yon "Diacritical" means dlstingnshlng criticized: However, Vftr the
6 PAK Put cool: comfort where YARD have tried in vain to have them English sounds, particularly most part, their actiow were
you need it most! Slim : 'Na acv svury solved-let us show you \tbe..,. vowels This is important commendable.: Their presence"
style portable-safety grille 1118, OeSoulhsfde Guaranteed No Obligation and since 28 alphabets: most appear was not nada ,known soul .

front Avocado only. AC DivisionFUfHindricksAvi. Confidential. Just write which represent 42 sounds. Ha. certain time The/wreserving I
II 115 Volts. Great valuer problem you have, print your mates the task passively as observer and refused
1nR : name, address 7 zip code: and onstderably easy. to step la when there
v
Io. JACKSONVIUI man 10- were blatant infringements of
'
,, r w. .: ,.t, I I '. I. -\EN\ r '. A,qwl 0",11I81"Imvlr., GOOD SAMARITAN, PO BoxUaj.Woodbnry SNOUNG: r the right of Btacks.to .

N.J., o809C.: QUESTION: Tbe DIn media ttta Bent Qualifying cia
EMANN I bas called: attention to your Black voter took three hows.
research on snoring! I would In the meantime Mother voter
like to read some boob and had been turned away.
magasine articles on the subJect Out conclusion: reached hairever .
C FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE What do yousuggestf-J.U was that the election would

1 I haft taken on additional tn-
announces ANSWER; I am sorry there is fair characteristics$d lot mt
no book available on snoring observers been prtstatt
REGISTRATION-SUMMER TERM, 1969 I have finished a manuscript Two staff attorneys nstdt excurslons .

Final R.gUtration for College Credit dasst for a book: THE RIDDLE OF Into five eotntltf,
late RtcIatratto SNORING, a serious, well-' and reached several ,con
8:30 A.M.-aOO: P.M. ClllllberJancl Campus, documented work Do you think clulcus.The t
1:00 P.IL-8SO P.M Building II. there is sufficient need to warrant first i 11 that Blacks fear

S Registration' Vecolienal-Technical and Central Adult clatiet will ;h.Id on the following schedule publication of a book on reprisals If they insist/ on
snoring? Toting especially Utter
Jun. 12.13,16,17,11,19,20,23,24,25,26,1969 ., r-have prepared Part I of a support Black candidates.: Itcoodly -
ADUITCENTIR .HONI tIMI Bibliography OB Snoring which : aothorlties have IUd1IIIfaIr
C.,, ,
tol Adult'un-Tim Day faction
lists medical and nonmedical to keep tile Black
SlanlcnVMolbnalMI-end tveningCtni.r 3J330I7 3J4-3VI9, JPM. AM-2.10PM PM articles, medical: article In populace from voting. Black '

Tim lv,nlnC""il.r 354,3JI1 2fM.1QPM forelga languages, and popular, person are excludedroa: ser;
F articles la .English for laymen. Officials falM to notify
a ""charKS J"n.17, 10, 1J, Ilk, 10AO 14S43S 7PM-10PM To defray cost of production ''Blacks U to rtqilrtmeftte far

.nltdfordFrt.ilHS 771-3000 7PM-10fM and postage, tile bibliography candidacy.: Whites teMted' m*,
I! N.S'.n'nHS .I 3S4-OIS 7rM.IOrM Is availabe for one dollar IMS Right AeLc4; '1
IgNDEDTcN S.mY.IWW.Ii..nNS .v.6 733-4140 .yrM.0PM READERS: for my free r.
wHr. TnryhrbrN3 ," ,"!I!' : 724-1100 7rM.10l .pampatot "Telephone Speech", '' ,MM; FOI K ,?, ,; ;
ClmR\intlHS, i 74I-05SI 7rM10PMCUMIEIIUNO Nod .two
h1 \ stamp and a stlf-. Count or mldtleagtdwtimaorcompanion i
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