The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
March 8, 1969


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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At Performance

;,1, James Brown, tops In musical
FLORIDA INDUSTRY entertainment and bead of a
show which has catapulted intq

,- fame and fortune, ran Into some,
difficulties earlier this week

when, some $12,000 returns
from the fabulous concert of
t last Sunday night,were attached
BYPASSES BLACKS r by garnishment by a promotion
firm from Fargo, N.D.
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-Florida has though two years have passed,

A 30-year-o-l-d woman, added to 1U present guilt in the according to the expertise, the recent rash of local
of education another kind conditftns: art virtually the ar
according to police records, area
robberies, holdups and shakedowns -
after threatening to "jet even" of guilt, perhaps equally u same. The appearance of the caught a most unusual 4 I 1
burdensome of report was delayed twice because -
with her husband after be a huge type victim, showing that those Interested -
slapped her, punctuated that guilt In employment, guilt based 01 the election and of In getting by at gunpoint
racial bias the the inauguration and once ,
threat by alugglD! him In the on against Negroin draw no lines
head .with an ax three times; particular and against other because of printing difficulties. A 97-year-old man, Charlie I
minority perhaps not In Startling conclusions were
earlier this week.Erneatmmbar groups Sweet, a blind man to boot,
also 30, of 535 so great a proportion.The reached. reported that be was robbed of
West ChurchStreet,was treated Office of the Equality Only one Negro of seven $2.75 Tuesday. .
in the Dml Medical Center Employment Opportunity Commission employed persons, holds white Sweet said"he was in'the 800
lor head wounds having completed an collar Job. '
Serbia -
d inflicted when, after a violent intensive survey, reaches the Only one M.if0'\>> 14 skilledwortsrtfaa.hlradiybdusfry Block of West'Ashley waiting i -Ronnie Jones, a Matthew Gilbert 11-2 homeroom pupil, U ntboYtrecei.?,com ',

argment,1 Elisabeth, ominous;conclusion: that:>m-: .,". for | cab: ,:wbeA'. a car stoppedTftaKhim asked 'inendatlons .for,having,been, the first to complete Christmas Saving book,'CF. J ,,1foo4i.,J + ."1 e
big wife. ) ., ployers la f lorlda .art Just Four of every n,. Negro men TIle;driver: ',. principal 1Jd..L.p Roberts, business mathematics' teacher;are,also fa tb ple ure.Peter '...... :...
According to police,the two about m the same boat as those art In unskilled Jott. where ha wanted to go. Sweet JOM end Professor Robert arranged for* transfer of UM account to I savings account at i JAMBO1W j r.
bad engaged '1n a prolonged of the 'other states., They are ,KEOC points to the discouraging said he lot la the car after the Florida National Bank. Dean Maben, assistant vies president of the bank presented the Receipts
argument during the day. Dun- biased and unrelenting, except !fact, that there is I telling his destination.. ,challenge for drift at a recent chapel program printed by the mathematics, department., receipt required that ml
Within a few minutes Sweet'sriders be left in the city until
bar Is reported to nave slappedher where conscience or law steps consistent consignment
removed 12.75 from him the dispute between the
In. to relatively low-paying,menial
after an argument in the Investigators
and left him stranded.
musician and the
The report reveals that tasks despite the Negro's promotion
U Job'dllcrImIDatlOll'
living room. MrsDunbar Prison
A robber took $5000In
nervy Discharged agency can be settled Attorney
education and his potential It
was reported, sent her son out is a profound Several
also that cash from bus driver:,Melvin Report Barry L. Zlsser filed the salt
of the house .to get the u. and pervasive condition in the has been brought out
J. McLeod Monday evening. for the Dakota firm.The papers
industries the largest
The man was taken to the Amerlcaa ecmomy. The hiving left the bus and boarded another Smaller Fires were served on Jack Barry,
hospital. Mrs. Disbar was, ',report further says that progress number of Negro workers discriminate bus.
Head Meets SenateInvestigating assistant to Mayor
earlier this week, charged with by Negroes seems toalienate with the greatest
vehemence. Negroes are bypassed A new tarn of things happened GAINESVILLE GainesvilleIs Tanzlerwho, was out ot town.
assault to murder. potential employers: Tuesday when Charles Aaron again In the throes of fire- Shortly afterward, the service
Another man, 60 years old, This report based on a 11166'lur" for the higher positions,
62 11138 Road investigations
Copeland, Kings bombings suspicions and was made on the Coliseum
Joseph Woodard, 1111 East of 41,000 employers and even though some may be pre
reported he was relieved of management and on Brown'sbusiness
Third Street, wound up with a Z6 million workers. Even pared. $60.00 by drinking companions. Arsonists are auapected.Earll.r Unit manager.

wound in the left side following He said that after leaving this week no conclusion The North Datotaorp.Dlaat.tOllcoateDded
a reported argument with KIll Black Construction Firm Receives a restaurant on Kings Road he had been reached u to reasons said that Brown failed to
Afollow u to conditions in professor that a 1966
was beaten. His friends took for the actions of trouble according to contract
the penal of the state investigation of the prisons in appear
East Third system
U07 ,
IfcCtUough. Contract
To Build Woolworth StoreNEW his money, pushed him froma raisers. In North Dakota.
Street, wu booked on a charged of Arkansas has been given the state showed Just about
parked automobile, and quit Bombs were thrown at a
.... to murder,according, extra Impetus, since one statement "everything".
YORK-Officials! to Patrolman W.J. Moore. F.W. WoolwortbComplDJ 'contracting: firm for the construction Larry Al Williams 17, who and at two homes in the early made by a former prison were .
head In the state of the reported.
Still another death was- reported signed an approximately $1- of a major store lathe lives In Court C and Louie hours of Monday or this week. spoke '
discouraging conditions under Part of the disgusting revelations
as of Sunday night. heart of Harlem Bernard Sanrls 20, Route 3, One of the three bombs exploded Planned For
32 ft ** ** which Negro prisoners II... concerned the Blacks in
Johnny Lee (Boots) Lewis The Winston A. Barnett Box! 478, were sentenced to t damaging clothtog.Thdahappened
1611 Davis Street, died from Director Construction Company of New terms in prison this week for In a home rented br.I Thomas 0. Murton was dismissed the institutions. St. Stephen'sThe
by the state board more' Marion said, "The Negroprisoners
a bullet which struck him in the ,
of Florida
York, Inc., will begin robbery. Atblydmanparalyzedfom I two Ualverslty
stomach Sunday. The fatal construction: immediately and the waist down will be ,students.\ than a year ago after discoveries were segregated third of the enthusiastic
made ef even worse facilities than the
shooting occurred at about 8.15 is scheduled to complete the sentenced later. Williams was ;.These tree bombings according -' were whites The ate Jacksonville Town Meetings
bodies which seemed only the
,p.m. Be died at about 1050pm.; work in the latter part of this. sentenced by Judge William T. !I to police happened to numerous have been buried from the table after the scrap whites will be held at St. Stephen's
Also wounded was Henry Anderson year. Harvey to ten years in prison. between 11 p.m. and s a.m. In promiscuously finished eatl ." AME: Church: Fifth and Davis
M, of 39 East Utk When completed, the entire Sarvls will start on nine-year an eight-block! area populated and hurriedly near one Merton & 'Streets, Sunday, March 9, beginning -
of the farms. Murton concluded, Wile we
victim of a bullet wound testified
Street project will be valued at more term. by Negroes treat at 4 p.m., with Councilman -
in the leg. Anderson, a retire, .than $1 mfflloo., It Is part of Toombs may be paralysed ,A vacant building the same before a committee in Washington them men into like animals we turn Oscar N.Taylor District
last week to the wild animals Our .
was talking w Lewis outside effect
the unique saleleasebackarrangement from the waist down permanently area was fIrebombed also.
a house at 61 Oak Street when, under which a according to a Doctor. Gainesville has established a that America's prisons are but prisons in varying degrees / 1 .'

according to the report, an Black group, Harlem Freedom The three were arrested at a t history la the field bombings. "monster-producing factories are monster-producing." '1.,'!''
factories. \ ;;
unknown man approached them. Associates,bought property holdup at I p.m March 7,11168, Last year between January and Murton a former collge \.tt Jr" ( : .t;'$";
Anderson attempted to ren bat will lease the at Auction City 14 BroadStreet, than 30 ,
and completed July, more bombings Unit I, ..
was shot. store to Woolworth. operated by Joseph Prager and were recorded. The police gave Negro Consultants ,Visit JOI :;. ';Wl I
The unknown assailant, who Representing the principals si Babied Wettsteln. The loot Included no Ideas u to reasons for the ii, :-
had already shot Lewis, fled on the slgalngeeremonleswer X7.ll In cash end recent firings. For Conference On Job Placement ..,"

loot William G. Baker Jr., Wool- pistols valued at $210. The Kerosene was used In the crude ,

;worth's Northeastern regional, robbers were armed. Prager ,manufacture of the bombs, according Fourteen Black consultants Burden and Mrs A. 'Blvlas,
Fla.' Counties vies president and from the according to reports seized to officials. The oil was representing! various business The occasion was given by Mrs.,

Burnett Company Winston A.1larDttt. a pistol and pursued the bandit poured on On floors of the Industrial and civic concerns Mildred J. Hampton, counselor L-....(
DR.C.R.WHARTONDr. ,'president chairman; and fired on them in a car parked abandoned buildings. These visited the evening division of and coordinator of activities. OSCAR N. TAYLOR
Consider Hew. Clifton a. Wharton, Jr.. Robert Jones, Tics president, don the'street. One bullet buildings are not usable They the local Jacksonville Opportunities -. 'Greetings and welcome was No: presiding.'
economist, has been national operations; ertEol- uttered Toombs' spine. were completely gutted by fires lodeetrlalntlouCenter. expressed by Joseph W.Gibson, Two Town Meetings have
Schools Flans slacked to a directorship la the land, general' counsel, and Carl Three teenagers ware In last year recently to discuss and answer executive director of JOIC.wIIo preceded the one punned for
EqaitableLlfeAssiraaceSociety F. Barnett, vice president.. custody tkls .week after questions u to how to prepare also gave a brief history of the Sunday. Councilwomen laUJ'
Blacks hi several eoeotles In' of the 0.... A native of contracts and .1 IDItInC. allegedly robbing a cab driver Powell In New, for and get desired Jobs In the organisation and outlined Us B. Mauls Initiated the series
Florida:apparently have madean Boston, Dr. Wharton bojds.a.. The Winston A. Burnett in a whiskey store lot on Greater Jacksonville am.Ths specific goals u they related of meetings at St. Thomas
appraisal of Put moves JB Doctorate, Masters degreesfrom Construction Company Is one kfoncrlef. One,Kenneth L.Pies, Mesh Office two-how-long activitywas to..,meeting the needs of the Baptist Church Re,. W.c.Neal
the area of school Integrationand the University have decided to take matters Master's.from Johns HopkusUatverstty la the contracting field tt was ,|old. Has White, 42, driver, W.AlBDfG'roKllep.. Adam Counseling Department as a and hard-core evinced considerable Interest
Info heir on hands.a and a Bachelor of organised tt years ago and'' F244 Rhode Island Drive E, Clayton Powell may not be direct means of providing examples citizens of oar total community In the"meetings and hare sap-
Ocala whites are Jolnlngwlth Arts degree from Harvard.The has grown into one of the largest lost a watch and cub. One boy chalraaa of the. powerful... as well ss Informationfor regardless of race,creed,color the ror.-UU"-: :
the Blacks. The dispute last Honorable: Clifton R. Wharton, construction companies a the'' 15 years old and one boy 11 ,Education and Labor Committee the approximately 100 or origin. Coon cllwoman{ rJ Singleton
week centered aroend the decision his father: is a former foreign ,_t1c ',.arl'oId were taken'_. into bit he most certainly Is a persons enrolled In the evening Rodell F.Robertseightmanager. sponsored the second meeting
of the Marian County' service officer and was, sntil The arrangement for sale of 'lastody a the shelter. ember of that committee. division of..101:. Introduced the last month at Woodstock Center.
School Board to phase out the recently, United States Ambassador ithe property to Harlem Freedom Since his return from exile and The theme of the special group' visiting consultants and George Many attended this meettof
Howard High School Negro to Nonay..The appointee Associates, a Black group his quasi "relnstatemenT, the .counseling activity was Isles, Q Introduced the staff and which, likewise was sparked
cltisees want the school main Is vke .president of the Agricultural organised to buy the property legislator has spent many hours "TONGS ARE CHANGING". special guests. Mr. Gibson was by Informational remarks by
.tained. Cttisens of both race Development Council tad lease It back to Woolworth,, Hick Citizns is Harlem, where he has heard The consultants were requested 'caned on again to present and local officials. '
were present in large numbers ,and as expert on the ecomle was designed to bring benefits. 'complaints and suggestions. Be to -DOt only share their 'award to Group I? of the night Councilman Taylorrepninb'
at a meeting last week, which development problems of Lata to the Harlem community, has shows great Interest la the respective: experiences with the: |I division for winning recently District ?. This district
tree a heated discussion took America and Southeast Ask The Harlem posy pass to ,An Infill. HiFlIIIU poverty program. '1 enrollee. bat to "taU tt like tt .conducted' room decoration. Includes the followiar
place. Be spent some time Malaysia convey the bud to the Canaan' \The aloe has a sttte Is the Is" now when it comes to getting contest precincts IA 60 W
aad ',directed reeesrcU Baptist Church m West U6tk Heading tbi lIsl'of fsL6.U,'
Negro cttlsens are opposed JUyban Belldlag, directly tavorable employment. visiting 7B 7C.7D, 1r 2tG.vAll
to''dottle sessions at Ocala programs for the Coasefl from Street! which kwaspotnteda STU above the one had u chairman Prior to being assigned to consultants for the affair vas are tavtted J
JII&'. They want nothing to do '1161 to 1167. He Is also ,committee of representative,,'' William Cramer, R-Ffau, voted I group areas the group particltatsd Fred Crawford assistant Sewage tUUsamtat.
with the projected new high, I director of, tileec.c1l1llll1lDldl Atrfbasasas Black ctttseas to actasti sOiis ? 'rlf' Viet: against his "mill tile satte.seeker ." In a brief geaerajissembly ,Industrial. Relationsofoer, VMstncuwtQasotWranM. polk protactu. and ,
jfat'Vm a, and advice as. fas ass of ty ref tnheuser-Buseh. be.UIVIEICC .
schooL They insist ratainlac ?! McConeack and Hep. I which consisted Howard .. expanding ether ergaalaatlsas. OrWsartoBlaalsoaaasmor. ,_...,1' "" ; I following Devotional Miss e ..... w rea.. i ioWwt.'t
the High Cellar of Mew Tort:, were a : by tH
stii ..... ..
U to aU.' .: JI .. *** 01s favor of if J Betty Chem, Mrs ,Carolyn I Is'INEj:: f an-.' *arww, ;jo."M"

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company 6'& i '7HERF.DR CMft. WALWYAb By Whitiey Young, Jr.


MEMBER I3U) THAT HUNGER MTHE DELTA The War oaPorerty.-especially

I UI WASNOTDECREASING that part of It nm by
4..o toe Office: of Economic Oppor
tunity-has been under lire
) TOO MANY POTBELLIED since It started. The nest tow

,NEGRO P 11OL' wnRM INFESTED months will determine whether
OEO eves dies.
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By June President Nixon will ,
AftAMERICA'S the future of the whole povertyprogram
and he has promised I
NUBA VOOTEN..CIRCBLATIBN.. MANAGE to decide by then whether be

will ask that OEO be continued .
MAILING ADDRESS pact scheduled 1970 expiration ; '( j'
date. -4J..*.
For the present he's shifted some OEO programs to other
departments. Bead Start, which has successfully provided preschool -
education and health care to millions of poor children,
P.O. BOX Sit JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32211, goes to the Department of Health, Education: and Welfare, while
Li4 the more controversial Job Corps transfers to the Labor

PRONE Department.
3544712, These moves make many people- uneasy about future plans\ for
OEO. Bat the very success of such programs leading to their
r"' MIAMI OFFICE 5010 .... ltd AYE. transfer to "permanent" departments is evidence of the need

for continuation of OEO. .
;; PRONE 751-311 It Is frankly experimental agency,created to try new approacheMT
and new techniques. But experimentation and innovation don"O
,' SUBSCRIPTION RATE, often lend themselves neatness and super-efficiency,as private
enterprise can attest to In Its own research projects. It ...
_.J One Year, $12.00 Half Year, S7 ,00 .Mailed To You Important that the President realise this and that be withstand.!
the protests of critics who point to some recent scandals u +,.. .
In The United Slates
Anywhere evidence that OEO should be scrapped.A .
Subscription.Payable, In Advance report soon to be Isoed Is said to point to a number of cases
of Inefficient bookkeeping and even outright misuse of funds in
Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O BOX 59 I'! some programs on the local level.
The papers !have been full of exposes of New York City's
J JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 TRAGEDY poverty program, where some city employes are alleged to have
forged checks and stolen more than $2 million.
Such cases of wrongdoing should be dealt with swiftly. People,
r...........................BM...........................I I III II -: who embezzle these funs are the lowest kind of criminals-they
steal from the empty pockets the poor and live high on money
North Carolina Block StoreThe meant to buy milk for baby's bottles and training opportunities

I YOUR 'for Jobless men.
nation will be watching: with much interest a project la the WEEKLY 'I ''Bat.tb scandals shouldn't be used as an excuse to kill OEO.
form of a profit-making food store that largely owned by the Millions of dollars !have been stolen and misappropriated from

poor and being planned Durham North Carolina. highway programs in the past, but no one suggests that road-
This venture in "black capitalism" began summer when residents construction should be halted.

of the Negro community asked local anti-poverty workers Congress Itself has been touched by scandals involving the
for locally-owned: supermarket with good food at reaacoaNeprices. i
HOROSCOPE GUIDE i with misdeeds Congress.of Congressmen, but no one suggests that we do away

A local foundation and Jet Food Corporation of Baltimore Mi .
Let's not lose our per spec tire.When public employes are caught
one of the most successful Black-owned supermarkets hi the ,with their hands in the till they ought to be punlshed-cwiftly and
country are now working Jointly on the project PABLO The ., firmly. But let's not throw out useful programs because of the
Two classes of stock will E By ASTROLOGER.
be offered at |S 00 a share. Class actions of a criminal few.
"A" stock Is available only to the poor; Class "B" stock is So !has lobe
: long U poverty exists, there an agency exclusively
available to Holders of "A" stock = .
anyone. will get discounts devoted
to the problems of the poor. Exlstlngdepartments are too
at the store and the to elect two-thirds of of
right the board :
: concerned with other interests or are incapable of mounting the
directors. And each! stockholder will !have one vote at share E WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKYDAYSFOR kind of experimental programs so desperately needed. ,
holders' matter how he ,
meetings no many shares owns. OEO has served as ,the voice of the poor In the councils of
We are waiting to see Just what will take place with this kind '
government and serves u a bridge between the poor and the
of venture. It is therefore not critical =
our purposeto present a -
government. It has proven its ability to launch creative new
evaluation of the
projectSnoring .. approaches to the problems of poverty. Its many successes
nfortunailey !have never been publicized adequately.
E BUSINESS-LOVE-TRAVEL It should be kept allve-ead with the funds needs to operate
Under InvestigationIn : successfully. Where OEO has failed, it's beenprlmarily because

U.....---------------------------- of lack of funds. Let's extend CEO's life past 1970 and give it
progress is a Sonorous Breathing Research Project at the ",. -- >--, -....."......." :.. ...., ....' ....,.....' ...." U..r.r.r ..'gfUJIt ) ................. .\the money,it needs to get its Job done right
AIM at Tallahassee and its researcher is .
Florida University tU
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Dr. Marcus Bonlware, professor of Speech! Patho1o .aDcI.U. II :'LIBRA" ,,,,*"'.,,,, CAI. lICOIN''fit' "!*lIi.,*. .".V --**.. .4.:. <. f.-vu rye_ :m ')\ 'tf

inveterate snorer woo nas become "a controlled IDOrer", The AIIES. CANCER .
i PunishmentThe
-" UL On Capital
.Investigation deserves the support of hawks u well u doves, Statement ,
of liberals and conservatives, white and Negroes, men and BORN MAUI BORN LINE BORN SEPT. BORN BEC.JAN. ,.
women, young and old, and yon name It in the whirlpool spectrum subject of capital punishment has created raging controversy
of the sufferings of manning 2111. APRIL IM 22i< JULY 22il 23rd OCT. 23ri 221' IStl. for many years. Although some states have abolished

Some of the hews media stretched a point when It reported that Make It clear.; Ii takes so executions and others have limited their use, the capital penalty
be taught himself to sleep between the threshold of wakefulness It pays to check. Friendship So It Is. If the other ball of a little to create the biggest misunderstandings Who says so? Keep thinking still remains on our books in most states.
and sleep which prevented his getting a good night's rest during between two persons who are team counsels muzzling ambition If it becomes about offers !having to do with Over the years and today, the primary argument urged by
the last two years. While he found this procedure effective in, Joined by the bonds of matrimony or delaying a projectof apparent that there Is danger housing, removals and family those who support the continued use of the death penalty is the,
keeping him from snoring the researcher did, however;permit is a wonderful thing. But importance there Is something of such a thing occurring with projects. They seem quite at alleged deterrent affect of the penalty. However u indicated,
himself to relapse voluntarily that he might pt a good night's it takes on splendor when mutual to it even when the reasons someone near and dear, lose no fictive but with Venus soon by President Johnson's Crime Commission there is little valid
sleep at least once a week. trust and an equal willingness cannot be expressed in words. time in doing as much explaining to start retrograding until the evidence to substantiate the allegation that the threat of the death .
While be caUed'atteDtloDtotbl problem In marital relationships, exist to give and take advice. Many do possess a sort of sixth or straightening out u the situation end of April it could be a penalty deters crime. In fact, when comparing culturally
be didn't become alarmed that the malady would significantlyaffect : This can be more difficult for sense which bas no equal u a seems to warrant. Both mistake to rush things. Thisis similar slates !having the death penalty with those which: !have
the present divorce rate. Snoring may be a cause for the Arias temperament which reliable guide flo matter how feelings and reasons may combine especially: true in the casesof abolished it, the abolition states in many cases have lower
divorce, but not a legal pound. is more often used to plunge contrary it may seem,at times, to warn that a personal those who may !have homicide rates. Further, it is clear that most capital crimes
Snore lore, (Incidents or problems of snoring) should be sent headlong first and listen after to the dictates of logic. Going dilemma is building up to>> a- difficulties raising capital or are crimes of Impulse\ committed In moments of passion. Certainly
.to Dr. Marcus H. Boulware, Box S10-A,Florida University, ward. This tendency may turn against It could produce: results climax. The fact that It may obtaining satisfactory terms.Don't no punishment can deter an unpremeditated Impulsive act
\\l: Tallahassee, Florida. out to be rather costly In the of a startling nature which, In not have to be faced until laterin permit friendship to sway There seems little question that the death penalty bas been
way of frustration and, in tome 'some instances, could also be July should give Libras yon Into signing contracts or applied in a discriminatory fashion. The Black and the poor
Instances In dollars and cents. extremely frustrating. It may' time enough to figure out all agreeing to commitments suffer the extreme consequence in numbers far out of proportion
Court Upholds Colleges The Inclination to tale gamble well be past the middle of July possibilities, favorable or against\ better Judgment. Don't to their rates of crime. The Issue of discrimination permeatesour
? again is strong before a real estate proposition otherwise. worry about the dazzling prospect -* entire system of criminal Justice and Its effects are the

10 .15 .. is -114 that looks promising can: really, .S.- 201644 that one may be afraid to harshest where the death penalty Is involved Since 1930 of the
be considered or closed 78 -111 miss, for it may be even nearly 4,000 persons executed 55% have been Black althoughNegroes
Right To
: Expel 1 Students brighter and a lot safer sometime -.
J.301522.47620LEO make up>> only 11% of our population. Almost without
in July.' exception: the victims: of executions !have been poor.
; The right of colleges and universities to expel students fort THUS 5.1- 17 -_55 -'M 312ARBARIBS Statistics Indicate: that discrimination because of race is most'
: conduct which promotes student unrest was upheld two weeks SCORPIO
rampant and the death penalty applied most often instances
.ago by the Sixth UJS. Circuit Court of Appeals. MM Arm of crimes by Negroes against whites. It lain too often the poor,
TIle court ruled that Institutions BORN OCT.
of higher learning could expel the weak, the Ignorant and the Black who !have been executed.The .
students for conduct which: disrupts normal educational: actlvl-: 20(1( MAT 2ltlIt's BORN III.23ri mere presence of the death penalty la Itself distorts our
ties:This of administration 24th NOV. 22H1
ruling came as a result Involvementwith BORN IAN. entire legal system and adversely affects the psychology of our
student uprisings at Tennessee State All University at a pointer. We all have ABO. 22U Bold the course. ronotchuge society. Individuals who reject the death penalty on religions
Nashville.Al dreams of being somebody attitudes 2111 FEB. .111. or moral grounds are
methods or regardlessof systematically excluded from Jury duty
!held that Frederick Brooks Keep It alive. Talks between
University James
: N. Booth, some day, or achieving some and all temptations that leaving final Judgment only to those who approve of the penalty.
any Read the While the
those who
share similar signs. star
and Kenneth P. student unrest views
Jones promoted by passing out ,
thing out of the ordinary. This may be placed in the way to lure Defendants have been known to plead guilty to lesser crimes
ambitions and and planets may not have been
leaflets and 1D !speeches designated normal'activities. objectives could
to disrupt is what distinguishes as f om which did not commit
i you into doing so. They all they when threatened with the death
; lead to placed where
The defendants contended their expulsion violated really something : they are solelyfor
vegetation and other living contain a hidden barb that will penalty if they pleaded innocent.Men have often refused to appeal
the benefit of humans
the of they
'their positive ,
constitutional rights to freedom of speech.The way a joint
creatures. But when Tanreans certainly hook you and) create unjust convictions: of ute Imprisonment for fear that a new trial
existence do act what
U signs showing us
students lost because their plea could be rented with or collaboration.
'substantial have such dreams, they are There Is n d d en"IOIDp11cat1o1is: from to and what not to expect. Themessage meant risking the death penalty once again.
evidence citing expulsion for conduct other than t b. a problem and it ,
more likely tan many otters which it could take a long time In recent years, the death penalty bas been challenged u cruel
In various
kind of activity that entitles lIIetoCOIIIt1t 101111protecU II. Thus may be financial: in character: can come
tooe somethingconcrete about to extricate yourself. Those ,and unusual punishment within the prohibition of the
ruled the court of appeals. them as has been so often the case ways. Some consult their In
realizing Even if the who the trail of an Important A.mtDdm1llt.SeYera1 cases are sow their
are on working way on appeal
with Lees in others have"hunches"
r Whether the students plan to carry their case to the Supreme recent years. At tuitions
Court is not known at present, but sooner or later someone Is process may be slow u they the same time the birth can person or purpose many go by the through our Judicial system using this constitutional argument.Although .
know it will be '
they themselves to there bas been clear
should reconcile
bound to test the ruling of the court of appeals.In Idea of an unusual nature and ;graphs drawn up by the experts, no pronouncement on this Issue,
than make for this
more up the possibility of !having to many legal scholars are of the opinion that the of the
light of the recent court ratings students at Stinman College, scope could take place and and a few read the charts*. It's
by developing an unflagging determination follow it for perhaps a coupleof penalty constitutes a clear of the constitution.
Fayettevllle State College at FayettevlUe had better besure Oef that them eventually pow up to become \ not only a matter of interpreting penalty
are on Itrqlecalll'OIIDdIIII their protest efforts, and yet we, prevents most Important milestone the, months before catching up. them correctly but also The employment of the is, in effect a -
from recognising or accepting lives of It will .The Scorpio shrewdness maybe what to take the society of the most extreme form of violence By
don't expect students to acquiesce: submissively without a fight many. requlrt! knowing measures ,
what would be defeat for their
.all the care and held tack by sentiment or if to benefit keeping it on our books we surrender reason to Irrationality.'
We have a new breed,of students these days. nursing love any so U or
r' weaker counterparts that can be lavished on It in the powers that cannot be challenged seek protection from whatever Further, there Is the very real and ever present possibility' of =meanwhile so that It will lot with Impunity. 'seems to be dews1cplng,2.5014II executing an Innocent man. Can we, as human beings, continue to

\\ This Week !I. Negro History wipe/ away and be forgotten., 5 W.17-33-48-328 '5. tit aUttle employ being this irrevocable penalty as lone as man remains a

\ March 5,1770: Crlspus Attacks became first martyr American, Much to oar relief the Imposition of the death penalty has beeS
independence.: A sailor, be was killed In the Boston Commons test declining. Nineteen hundred sixty-eight marked the first
I t massacre and was among first to shed blood. CEIIII SAOITTARIBSBBRN PISCES, year on record in which no executions took place. The current.
Mil MAY situation has prompted authorities to tefer to this as being a timed
March 6, 1>20: Slavery protected by Missouri Compromise. 10V. BBRN FEB.1M "de facto abolition.

21st JIIE'21s1 BORN ABO.23r Since we are convinced that the death penalty tags In its deterrent
March 6, 1157: Dred Scott Decision of the UA Supreme Court 23 IEC. 21stIt's MAR. 20tl' role, U patently unfair and discriminatory applied to the

which denied Blacks the right' of citizenship was rendered. ]Know what's going on.Because SEPT. 22H often so When we are Why hide It? Many of the big, poor and the Black; distorts our legal system and the psychology
of some particular twist of sharpest with others, generally strong; silent types have admitted of our nation; and may, in tact,be In violation of the Constitution,
March, IllS: Bishop Daniel A. Payne, AMZ leader,pur chased clrcumsf aces, wishful Jhlnkmg Can ene be sure? Vlrgoans with loved ones it can be that the rare times that the National Urban League ardently endorses and supports aO
WUberfoice University at Dents, Ohio, from the Methodist "'be asqueradiig as a genuine Justly. pride themselves for because we are angry with our, they opened their mouths they ,efforts to !have this most extreme fora of pulshment abolished.N0TlCK .
Episcopal Church foi 10000. ., aspiration. The faferma.tiou many qualities including a good selves. We seem to have no put their foot Ia it. They either
that supposed to cone< Judgment But the best of us .other way of expressing our sale the wrong thing mat offended
March 6, 1957: The Gold Coast la West Africa WUll'UtIed' straight from taekorse'smoeth ,all make mistakes, maybe at discontent, which: is too bad somebody, revealed Intimate -
independence from Great Britain, and became known u am. .cube more misleading teas ,a time when we are surest for these who really !have done secrete that soon were ,I i' runt, ti iiiiiiei tilt
The first and only African premier and president of the countrywas me wildest .mss witch, often-< Whatever U decided seem?' nothing to deserve suck treat passed oo and distorted until
[ware Nkruauh who has since been deposed and Is a tiles, comes directly: from: sound enough with the exceptionof ment. Bat once Sagittariaas they were unrecognisable, or
e exile IB Guinea .. Something especially the timing which could be too manage to shackle sad control were practically: subjected to ". lit h ,n .SlI' this
exciting is m the making concerning -. early. The error,, If any mar their energies, they caa tin black mall by someone who saw nk til
March 1, 1520: Heraando Cortes, Spanish soldier of fortes, a loved nee'a.marriage. create misunderstandings la then to highly constructive aa opening to. derive a personal ,at filliiiif I IOZT NBCNER, Stins

had Bfccks to Us party in conquering Mexico. .or suddea* chse e., .. key, associations.-r purposes profit. 181'1l1oacrlifaoad-C4u Moaarl.fRoad1ti331crth

I, .-U $ '!' 3,4p .lI (dj-.U..Q. 1h1ll:1L"" I ::.'In, '4';.,10-11.14-31. Mi Myrtle A.eaa.-Nf Florida Au,,!,..

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Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Forth White Women's Auxiliary Friendly West Side Choirs

Women Complete Plans !!!;"\ it1 .... \', .1':'' Union Holds' Monthly I Meeting )1 J

For ,. The Friendly West SldeCholrs Bellamy, Mrs. Catherine W, J
Celebration March 9 eb. : Union wlllholdlUmonlhlyausi Sykes, Mrs. Alberta Uttmore. i

revival meeting Sunday, MarchM Cass W.EBbotM! Jr., and Mrs.. j
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist committee for the IIIIIaal Black ,1 ,I at I.M p.m. in the main Rose Rebecca Lambert. }
Church, Fourth Street and and White Festival. Miss Baetyis \' auditorium at lit. Cuua Senior Choir Ho. 1 of Mt. :
Myrtle Avenue, Rev J.M. an Instructor la English at Baptist Church, 10SS Via Canaan will be In change Mrs, .
Dixon, pastor, will celebrate the William Raines Senior High Buren, Rev J.M. Haielton, Ruby Stewart and Deacon Samuel -
its annual Women's Day Sunday, School, a member Central pastor. Roberts are presidents.The .,
March I, throughout the day. CME Chub and a Sanday Among listed participants Will quarterly badness,: -
The theme for the day Is School teacher, la addition to be the malt choral and com- meeting and banquet will be :
"There IS A Task For Youl"' serving as pianist In the youth' Tabernacle! the combined usher Monday evening, March 10, at '
Miss Clementine Dubolse and choir. boards of Ift Canaan,, Mri. 7:30 p.m. In the home of Mr.:
Mrs. Earthleaa Crump are Miss DeBolse will preside L.B. Williams, Mri. Crista- and Mrs. Johnny Stewart, 5827.;;
chairman and co-chairman respectIvely Morning worship: Consecration s bell Baker, Mrs. Willie II.' Scott Street.
The Steering Committee Mrs. Beatrice Davis,Mrs. Foster Deacon Perry Robinson -
will play in Important Lola M. Anderson; Devotions: Joseph P, Lone, Rev Ephesian Baptist'
role In the Implementing* the Mrs Battle Jackson, Mrs. 44 Jeremiah Robinson, Mrs.
program.' Florence Daniels; Meditations: 'Est lla Barney and Elder LeRoy -- Young People
The historic day will begin with Mils Barbara Robinson; Robinson
the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. Prayer: lirs. Sylvia Dixon, \rt r Mrs Mary Slater will serve
Mrs. Alice Johnson will pre Scripture: Mra. Ellen Williams; as mistress of ceremoates. Plan Sunday MeetThe
side. Mrs. E. Gatson will be Selections: Mrs Johnnie Byrd; Special musicians will be
pre-vlewer. Mrs Malnda Address: Miss Ruth E. Batty; Marvin B. Colllni, lira Mary Young People's Union of
Winston will be the reviewer. Invitation: Rev J.M. Dlxon; .. Ephealan Baptist! Church, Third
Guest teachers will participate Presentation: Mrs. Flora Mat _... .., I..........' ..-. Queen Of South and Stafford Streets, will meet
At 11 a.m. the Eugene Butler Halyard; Offering Mrs. Alta- One of outstanding groups la the city Is the Bertha M.M. Mrs. Alberta Carry, Mrs Elinor LlttJejoon, Mrs. Nettyt Sunday at 3 p.m.
Choir will sing E. White is moue Weaver, Mrs. Lila White Home Women's Auxiliary This group has been most Leapheart, treasurer Mrs Matilda Brown, dynamic president Meets March 15 The Every Ready Singers
director Courtney Miss CoreathaStubb, successful as a helping unit for the nursing home and has chosen Is standing Not in the picture are: Mmes. Margaret Hall, Sarah members are Lily Bake, Jean
Miss Ruth Baety! will be the Mrs Emma H. Smith;Visitors: u its project the securing of sheets and pillow cases for the Hicks, Virginia McWaten, Esther Simmons, Ada Sheppard, Owen of the South Chapter Burke, Chuck McClala and
guest speaker. Miss Baety Is Mrs. Leola B. Solomon; Remarks Home. As of now the auxiliary has collected 138 sheets and 62 Claudia Butri. financial secretary, Rosa ,Peppers and Mamie OES will meet March 11 at Jackie Young Mrs mes Harris
a native of Jacksonville and a : Miss Celestlne Dubois, pillow cases. First among projects at the moment Is the providing Owens and Miss Eartha M.M. White, founder of the Home. The 8 p.m All members are asked Is president and Invites all
graduate of New Stanton Senior general chairman; Benediction: of 500 sheets and pillow cases for the home. n the picture are group was founded In August of 1161.I to be present and prepared to singing groups and friends to
High School. MlssBaety is a Rev J.M. Dizoa..lnolDI shown, from left: Mrs. S. Baldwin,secretaryMra.Louise Reed,' pay duel. All duet must bet attend.
former "Miss\ Stanton" and Is Worship: Prayer: ,reported to the office of the Mri. Alberta Latlmore Is
a member of "Who's Who Mrs. Qulse :Sheffield; Mission Mt. Sinai Announces Grand Worthy Matron on err supervisor and pianist Bernard -
Among High School Students. Offering and Prayer: Mrs Gospel Usher Board No. 2 before March IS. Queen B. McClaln Is reporter
The young lady is also a mem- Prlscllla Jones; Announcements : Jax Post 191 Williams, Worthy Matron
ber of the National Honor : Mrs. Thelma Hartls; Concert By Mrs. Bvrrotgh West Side Male Rey. M. Moblcy
Society and holds Invitation Bev Of
membership : .Dlzooj;Offering: Day Spring
In many organizations. Mrs. Annie Pugh, Mrs. Paul- Mrs. Alice Burrough, gospel other civic organizations. American Legion Listed For Peace
Holder of a bachelor of arts ine Bryant, Mrs Bertha singer of Jacksonville, will be Mrs. Henry is a graduate_of Tabernacle Guest
degree from Spelman College, Walker, Mrs Luclle Johnson; presented by District No. 11 of Morris Brown College, where Meets Awaits Coffee HourUsher Church MeetjnqRev.
Atlanta, Miss Batty commands Visitors: Mrs. Geromle. the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church In she participated In the college Friday Board No. I Chorus Royal M. Mobley, pastor ot
expertise In. psychology and Weston; Financial Reports; her annual musical recital,Sunday choir, a member DeltaSlgma lax Post 197 of the American of the Day' Friendly the St. James Baptist Church,
English. She participated in a Mrs Nelolie J. Bell; March 30, at 6:00 in the Theta Sorority; and a teacher Legion will meet Friday night Spring Baptist Chuich will observe The Westslde'Union will be present at the special
seminar project In Greece and Remarks: Mrs Sylvia Dixon, sanctuary of the church. at San Mateo Elementary School 'at the Post Home 2179 Benedict its annual Coffee Hour Male Chorus will meet Saturday services at Peace Missionary
In Yugoslavia,became a mem- Miss Celestlne Dubois and Rev. A special guest for this program of this city.Other Road Members, should Sunday, March 9, beglnlnng at March I, at ":30 p.m. In Baptist Church, Jessie and Van
ber Dixon. will be Mrs. Roslya participants will .be 4 p.m. In the dining area of the the main unit of Royal Tabernacle *
of "Who's Who Among come early In order to avoid Buren Thursday night during
College Students, and won a The Baptist Training Union Burrough Henry, daughter of announced later, the public Is conflict with the Auxiliary church. Baptist Church, IUD W. the series of programs commemorating
Reader's Digest Creative will begin at 5 p.m. with Miss Mrs. Borough The program, Invited program at 9 Mri Bessie Canty, agent for list Street, Rev Lee McQueen, the opening of the
Linda Johns will feature gospel selectfons p.m. the Home Demonstrating pastor, for a special rehearsal,
Writing Award In 1967. presiding The many The fifth district commanderwill church Rev. D.B. Barnes Is
The educator holds master's youth will present aa "Evening classics, and semi- Dual County be present Division of Duval County, will and business conference Mrs. pastor. All are Invited. Rev.
be the Catherine W. Is .
degree from Smith College of of Youth Talent." The Address classics. The Post, along with thousands speaker. Sykei chajge. W.C. Neal will hold services
Massachusetts. There she was will be given by Miss Elise Mrs Burrough Is a member Nurses Meet' Aid of others, will celebrate the Other persons appearing will St. Paul AME beginning March 10. The week
be Rev Walter Jordan Choir
of the Mt. Sinai Church ,
chairman of a committee which Daily; Music: Northwestern Baptist fiftieth anniversary on March following, many ministers and
revised the curriculum to Include Junior High School Chorus. Rev. B.J. Lane, pastor The 21 All World War I veterans No. t of ShUoh Baptist, Verdal Ushers congregations will participate.
Is member of Choir Elect 1969 Officers lakes, accompanist, Mr. and Gala Tea
Blacklitetature and Mrs. Ruth Myers, director singer a will honored.Plans for Junior Rev Barnes will also be Installed -
Mrs. Solomon Timmons Mrs.Joseph .
history She also served on the No. 3.Mrs. COUDtyBwitoO'yocatllll81lJt.DIed during the week
Burrough was chosen by The Duval baseball must be made, as well Flanders, Mrs. Charles For March 23

Baptist Brotherhood Holds the Religious Activity group of Practical as arrangements hunt.The for the Easter Maxwell, Mrs U1Dn1tHa"kIDI. Usher Board No. z of St. Paul NEWS DEADLINE
Nurse Alumnae met egg
recently Miss Eleanor Duncan and Mrs.
the Bethune-Cookman AMI: Church
College will celebrate with
I the home of Mrs. Marie Taylorfor Post will worship! with Mt. All news should be In theFIorida
R.P. Askew Remarks will be
to present an annual concertto a spring tea Sunday March 13
Annual Installation the election of officers. Sinai Baptist Church on March Star Office: by Tuesday 1pm.
Meet the student body and college given by Mrs. Ojetta Oliver and In the basement area of the If
16 Willard Morris is commander yon should mall
Officers chosen were Mrsi your Den,
Rev C.A. Waver. Mrs Oliver,
family, one that she has enjoyed church, from 3 to 5 Uc-
The Baptist Brotherhood of vice president; Rev.B.Hartley, for the past three Catherine Jones, president; is president Mrs. Augustus Kently Chamber Is p.m. It should be mailed Monday so
Jacksonville second vice Rev. N. years Johnson vice president. that It will reach our office by
and president
Adjacent ; She is the owner and operatorof hiss Del rla' Collins is program chairman ,Rev A.C. Chandler is '
Counties will hold its annual B. Williams, recording secretary the Burrongh's Barber'Shop, president;Mrs Ruth Winners, Tuesday.
Installation services at the Rev A.L. Cummings Mrs Es
; member of the Legislative State recording secretary;
Friendly Baptist Church, 1721 financial secretary; Rev T.R, Barber's Committee on rules tella Wilson, financial secretary -
West 19th Street, Sunday night Lee, correqxxxling secretaryand and laws governing barbers of ; Mrs. Suite Fields;
March 9 at ( Rev B.L. treasurer. treasurer Mri. Ceraldlne"Crtfllnl'
.30pm., Wynn, ,and ac.Ufe.Ia. ; WAREHOUSE
All ministers of the city are Serving 'choir* will be from 1 IJoIWa. ? man/t business manager;

asked to be present.The general St. Thomas, Peace and Bethlehem Sophisticated 'Mri Lois Trimble, assistant .
l public is Invited.. Baptist Churches Usher business manager Mrs Marie *. fv"1ll! r M 'Trrirft }.t4A
Rev. GA. Price, chairman, board will be from Day Springand Taylor, chaplain; Mrs Julia +
has outlined the program as Second Baptist. Twelve Plans. Reid, reporter. Gifts were exchanged 't1'
follows: Devotions, Rev J.M. following the election CLEARANCE SALE
Haselton, Rev. W. Barker; Grant' Memorial .Patrick BallThe Games were played. The next:
Presentation of MC Rev. C. Sophisticated 12 will have meeting will be held Thnrsdiy
B. Dalley by Rev. T.R. Lee; a pre-St. Patrick Ball March March 20 at I p,m. In the home
Occasion Rev. AME Church of Miss Debris
W.L.WUllams 1401
I at I p.m. In the home of Mrs ,
Greeting from Jefferson Street Apartment 13;
organisations; Mable Jean Mlncey, 6522 ThurS ,
Presentation of speaker, Rev. Announces Services Court.. E;,All are asked to
CA. Weaver, by Rev G.T. wear green and white Mrs. Our Grand Opening was 10 successful, we ore continuing our late.
McCall; Extending of Invltattlon Services at Grant Memorial Louise Nealy Is pre.ldellt.IIr.. COLLEGE PARK We buy direct from the factory,thereby saving you the middleman' :
Rev. W. Burgess; Charge AME Church will begin with Mary Smothers Is reporter profit. Come In and tee our many models to choose from and BUYING I
to offices Rev J.C. Same the Sunday Schoool at 9.30 a.m. First! Baptist Church will haveservices save dollars!
Officers chosen for the year with A.V. Rose, and his staff .** *** as usual Sunday
are: Rev. R.L. Jones, president of officers and teachers In School begins at 10 a m. James WALNUT 'RADIO COLOR
; Rev E.R. Simpson,first Washington Court: UcC Itchu, superintendent, STEREO
cRev F.D.RkhudsonSrwlll will be In charge The morning FINISN COMBINATION

;West Side Union be the speaker throughout H 01 J .P'I'ls.Meet devotions will be led by Deacon TV
day. Benny PriceJtev.' F.D. Davis NOW .
Male Chorus Choir'No. 2 and Usher Board Washington Court No. 208 will deliver the sermon. Holy
No. will serve throughout the Heroines of Jericho will have Communion will be observed ONLYZIGZAG
Plans JamboreeThe day. a spring tea March 16 at St.. At S pm. Choir No. 1 will
Dr, A. Joseph Reddick.pastor. Stephen's AME: Church, Fifth feature a tea. BTU begins at
Friendly Westslde Union and Davis, at 3 p.m. In the 6.30 p.m. Mrs Julia Haynes Why I ltl. far a squint
Male Chorus will observe its Garden Circle Meets dining area. Entrance la on the a reporter. $ / sire portable
third Musical Extravagansa Fifth Street side. All Heroines I for the same

entitled, "Ob Sing, Brothers, With Mrs. Poole and Masons are Invited. 79 When money .

Stag!", Sunday evening, March' Ephesus 4c'ademyPlans Sat, Rites Planned '
30, in the maID auditorium of' The Dahlia Garden Circle will YOU CAN OWN
Mt. Bethel Baptist Church, meet with Mrs Elisabeth Poole, First A
5637 Anderson Street. Rev S. 1S86 West Eleventh, on March For Mrs. Thomas THIS COLORCOMBINATION
A. Thomas is pastor 13, at 7 p.m. All members are '
Mrs Catherine W. Sykes Is asked to be present. The roll Aid' Service Unit Of Day Spring : I '
pianist and director. Mr.; 'call will be made. A report will Ephesus Academy, 2760 Edge- __
Marvin B. Collins .and .HlfJ be made on the anniversary wood, will conduct a fiveweekRed Mrs. Mattle Smith Thomas,
Mary Helen Frost Bellamy will program. Plans will be completed Cross First Aid Class S703 Mahalla Drive, died
preside at the console. Mrs. for the Carden Circle' Tuesday nights from 7:30 to February 27 at a local hospital tf' :rt
Ruby B. Stewart will serve u Year Queen B. Williams is 9.30 p.m. All Interested persons Final rites will be held at Day: [r t' 'Jil seWi
Distress! of ceremonies. president.! are Invited to attend. Sirius Baptist Church SaturdaY: r ,
at 4 p.m.:with Rev Fred WIl' .,. {; w.ww O
CE Union Makes Plans llama, officiating.The ...,. ,I, N i
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deceased was born In \tt fc***.<*rm. *** .".MM.e FREE. yl( s E4bIQ
:Plant City, Fla. and bad lived '
'1 t here 30 years. UNIVERSAL by WHITE PRE-CUT 'Ji I FOR ONLY -/ '

I I'' Survivors are:Mrs.Beraeatha .TM..I".. wl.h.,",., ', .hle. 9S 4\\ l lpun.rY. ;
Terry Walker, sister, well- ...... $69 FASHIONKIT + I u'
wee.M.kH 2. ... .'"' IIi "
known nurse of the city Emily ;
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( .Peterson, stepdaughter; Mrs.jRuth '".utn"., ....'lcelly.....m', kHiMl. *,.ii... |i,.."wild, ,he ,...h... ..f Ac.4ny }A:! '

It Godman, Jacksonville,. bvttMi.'Id"..' nd,MWI, des "",, ;.. ..wfnf.r I l.k>l .. I'
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Miss Louise Howard, Washington -, i.w .y .4 .l..dyRCA
".,. $21100 M.d.d""I"dw.d. ':':::L'
D.C., Mrs Irene Robinson, (iMtliHrprleriltrthiiiili.' "
n 11' i Miami aunts; Mr. and Mrs.

James Lacey, Mr. and Mri. Th.. lilt I k.ll.r No
Joaathaa Lee Mrs. liable! I : l.lninrnM I lr.wM. 1rN CASH
.. t.l Iho MUN1I
'Hiffmaa.Mrs. Moiella ruwAyw/tNhN"y! NEEDED y
GE Color I Portable Coisole .
Wheeler, Ifs Ruby Mealy,".n/*" ma ourlOW
laves Wilcox, Balnea City,, :. I"IIISS" : MUN.rll.pla.1 nnlny, 13,9
Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Lee, llflllllltf 5
Lab Alfred, Fla., cousins.' : .11. $JUS.II : Weedg
Many other relatives-survive. $ 00

Richard Including Flamy.Heroines a devoted. friend, 95 ,"I$26500H&N :: MUNTZ TVAMERICASCOLOPlEIevISeONICWMPHI

Of Jericho

No.. 104 'AnnouncesBig WEEKDAYS 8 A.M.TO 8 P.M.


,WISHING lUCKDiB, a.utai,.
J.C. Phillips Court No. 10LHerolaes REFRICiiR4T 1, DUP Faunas:
The Allen ChrlsUaa Endeavor Boar Local Halos met recently lid elected. ofIctn.Show of Jericho will
above, from the left, are: 'Vincent Gilmore, treasurer; Brenda J. Harris, reporter Ray sponsor Madam Mahrln Wright APPLIANCE CENTER
Weaver, chaplain; Blondle Jonas, assistant secretary; Gloria Base, secretary Mlchele: and the Twelfth Boar Prayer NO CASH NEEDED
.Cottren' : vice president and Jaequelya Jones, pmldemt The first project of the group will Band Mo. 1 la a Spiritual Tea
be the Youth and DrIp Forum ef March II at AXE AS Um a IM A WEEK, FREE HOME TAO
Payne Church !!*) Cast lard Street ,Sunday, March 16, at the Gate
The forum will'open at I- pja. A.W, Cottiell and Barry WlHias.s are directors. All are way Barracks Hone, 1501 7271 103rd St. PH. 771-1850 :IIII JHIItlll

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I 'Friendship Baptist Honors 63rd Anniversary And Ninth Of Rev. Remus Smith I


Hev. Young Returns Leaders Plan For The YMCA Noted Congregation's History 1

CHURCH NEWS From Inspiring 1 Hiahliahted By Many Visitors 1

Mission Friendship Baptist Church W.L. Williams, BethleaemBaptist.
KW MT. OLIVE BAPTBT Foreign 1643 West 27th Street, will be .
Sunday School begins at 9.JO ajn. with superintendent t in Rev. Willie E. Tonne, pastor the scene of two major aloe At i::30 p.m. Sunday Rev A.F,
chirp The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. The morning of Tabernacle Baptist Institutional brations beginning with Cammlngs of West Unloi!
service begins at lla.m with the deacons in charge d devotions.HM Church, returned last 10 and concluding! on March Baptist and Rev. S.A. Thomas
putor, Rev. Clinton, will speak. Choir Mo. I will Mm. week from a preaching mission 11. Mt. Bethel Baptist will be ta
Mrs. Lambert will be In charge of mafic. TIIIIY.D1DCHnlc.1 In the United States and la the The first will be that of toe charge. On Monday night Rei.
begin at 6 p.m. with UM dracou In fcharge of devotions. The British Virgin Islands. tixty-thlrd anniversary of the Eugene Mabler of St Matthew
pastor or an appoint will speak Choir No. I will Mm. Ten ministers preached In the church. The second will be that AME and Rev. Z.L. Tyrus,New

crusade of the Americas, white of the ninth of the pastor, Rev. Hope ALE: and congregttloe
TABERNACLE: BAPTIST and Negro. Remus Smith. will be In charge. AU are In.
Iuca, School begins at 9.30: a.m. with Superintendent Built Rev. Young visited St.Thomas, All services will begin at 8 vited. 'ministers. will hi
Solomon In charge. Tb lesson will be reviewed by Mrs. H.M. St. John, Tartola and Trinidad, accompanied by their officers,
Lan_.. Morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Rev. W.E. Tome among other places. Ii On Monday night two mini. singers, pulpiteers, and their
;pastor, will apeak. All youth choir and Ucher Board No. I will Ministers represented fj sters are scheduled to appear, entire congregations
t m. All districts will meet In the auditorium ':10 p.m. The National Baptist Convention official
with congregations,
Euter practice is Tuesday at 4.30 p.m. The yob rehearsal will USA, Inc., the National Baptist choirs and pulpit OES AnniversaryProgram
be Wednesday at 5 p.m. The teachers' meeting will be at 6.45: of America, NatlonalBaptlst officials.groups, Rev B.J. Lane will

p.m. The district coronation will take place on April 27. Progressive Convention, Inc., be accompanied by Mt. Sinai Features

and (he Southern Baptist. Baptist Rev H.T. Overstreetand

MACEDONIA The deacon board BAPTIST, Deaconess Board No. land. No. t, celebrates Priici Hall Misulc r aL. ce + Mt. Tabor Baptist will Many ChaptersThe

awl Jointly Sunday, March JO,at 3 p.m. Sunday participate. services will anniversary program of
swath Tuesday's
f, will begin the church school at 9:30 a.m. Nathaniel Chi PI.ISI.portlll feature the of Rev the combined chapters of OES
r, Singleton, Jr., tad teachers, in charge..,The review will be givenby Home Walker appearance and St. Matthew will be March 31 at the Masonic

the pastor or'an appointee. Consecration services will begin Meeting t Rev. R.H. Crawford,. Hall, 913 Jefferson Street, at
;.} at 10:45: am.with Rev. Burgess charge..The devotional service Colosslan Baptist. 7:30 p.m. A abort program will
1.1 will be conducted by the choirs, deacons,deaconesses mem The Prince Hall Masonic Club On Wednesday three ministers be presented. Participating

ben. Music will be furnished by Choir No. land No. 4 with. will meet at the Masonic Hall, and congregation will be groups will be No. 19, 20, M,
Wallace Mlms and James Kitchens In charge of music. Usher 913 Jefferson, March 9 at4 p.m. f present. Rev. David Johnson 157, 113,172 and 175. The OES
Board No. 2 will servo. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet after All OES members and all and Bethel Baptist of the South serving choir will be the Belle
the morning worship The will meet at ':30 I
Missionary Society asked
Heroines of Jericho art Side will be present, along with Waters Choir Second BaptIst
p.m. The BYPU will begin' at 5JO p.m. with Mrs. M.L. Polite to be present. Important plans Rev. C.E. Smith, Greater New Lady Juanlta McLendon Is n
directing. Miss Mlttle Cant will be in charge of music. Mrs. "
will be formulated. Daniel Hudson -
Bethel and Rev. Walter Marshall porter.
Bessie Merchant will conduct!the Bible dlrll. The evening worship president, will be In ,
Star F.W.
begins at 6.30 with consecration. Both! major Mrmoos for the charge. Lady Juanlta McLendonIs Sr., Morning Royal Arch No. 70

day will be delivered by the pastor, Rev. Wilbur Burgess. On reporter. e Baptist. Park Thursday -
From on
,Monday night at 7 p.m. the Christian Aid Society meets. On Orange
St. John Meets Friday In
will Baptist
Tuesday night at 7:45 p.m. the weekly prayer and Bible study Sarah McGinnis come Joe Calhoun
Church and Rev
will be held. On Wednesday night at I p.m. Choir No. 1 and No. ,
I will meet for rehearsal On Thursday at noon the Missionary Guest Of outstanding minister Rev. J. Masonic TempleThe
Society Perry of the Mt. Herman Baptist -
Society will conduct the prayer services. On Thursday nightat and his will A.J. Juniors Royal Arch
8 p.m. the choir, ushers and members will accompany the congregation
will meet
Mrs. O.M. Hooks also be present. Chapter No. 70 Friday
pastor to the Philadelphia Baptist Church. District No. 2 will
the Masonic
at 8 m
the p
meet in the home of Mrs. Luther Corey.District No. 2 will meet The regular monthly meeting Friday will feature appearance night
L of Rev. D.V. Single- Temple, fourtb floor lodge room
with Deacon and Mrs. Richard King. Mrs Bessie Merchant Is of the Sarah McGinnis Missionary -
The James Weldon Johnson YMCA Kickoff membership Walker m Is in charge.present .
reporter: will be held enrollment got off to a big start tary, First Baptist, Yule',Ref. George
Society recently when Harold Gibson administrative
assistant to Mayor Hans Taniler of Jackson-
:MT. SALEM BAPTIST at the borne of Mrs. Otheola' Tine, made the keynote speech. Gibson enthusiastically praised the effort of the organisation Rev Barnes Peace Community
M. Hooks 1167 Durkee Drive
and spoke encouraging words to the staff. He emphasised the speclal1mportaDc. of the YMCA ,
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent Jack March 16 at 4
Sunday, p.m.
In community life and Harold M.
congratulated Jackson, program director and his associates.
Green In charge. The lesson will be reviewed
morning devotions begin at 11 a.m. with Deacon by the J.T.pastor.Sims The and Apostolic. Church In the center picture Harold Jackson outlines the program as set for 1969 and envisioned.efforts Will Be Honored By Numerous I
Jack Green in Choir exceeding those of the past year.Seated on the platform are William Scott, Mr. Gibson,
charge No. 3 and Usher Board No. 1 will '
serve during the day. Mrs. Maxine Dallas and Mrs. Catherine Of God In Christ Alton Adams and Rev. Rudolph McKlsslck. In the lower picture Chairman L.M. Argrett, Churches; Installation SoonRev.
dynamic head of the Board of Management, delivers a stirring.message of encouragement to
Sampson will be presented In a musical at 3 p.m. The Rome
.Mission! Circle will hold Its monthly meeting at 4:30 p.m. The Lists' homecoming the hundreds present for the occasion. Photos by Bob Smith D.B. Barnes, pastor d Wednesday night. Rev.

evening decotlons begin at 6 p.m. On Monday night Choir No. 3 ;. 'Second Peace Missionary Baptist H.L. Baker and St. Paul Baptist
rehearses Prayer meeting will be Tuesday night On Thursday The Apostolic Church of God Baptist YMCA Enrollment Campaign Church, Van Buren and Jessie will also participate.
night Choir No. 1 rehearses On Friday night Rev. W.Q. Rogers, In Christ will celebrate its Plan Streets, Jacksonville, has announced Pi Thirstier W tri.
pastor, and congregation will worship In PMi lflptiia Baptist homecoming Sunday, March B.Afl Laymen the completion plans Charles B. Scrlven will come
Church. Mrs Catherine Sampson Is reporter. The church is new and old members are Gaines Impetus During WeekThe for a mammoth mitral service from St Mary's, Ga., with the
located at 12S1 West 22nd Street. Invited to be present. Services Twenty.Third Annual with Rev W.C. Neal, pastor congregation of bis church,
begin at 10 a.m.. The Laymen's Brotherhoocfof Enrollment Campaign for ups on this night were Mrs. of St. Thomas Baptist Church, First A.B. Church.
.,On Sunday at S p.m. ElderA. Second Baptist will observe the the Johnson Branch. YMCA' Jewel Holloway, Alphonse choirs, COllp'epUooalmuslcal Friday night's services will
Hill of the First Born Temple twenty-third anniversary Monday enters Its wecond week of hard Scurry, Ezekiel Bryant: Julius groups and officers as special feature Rev A.B. Coleman and

PR. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMS will deliver the sermon Elder night March 10, beginning running for the Commissioners Gulnyard: ,.Sylvester Henderson guests, beginning on Monday, the Shunts Metropolitan Baptist
\ '
Hill will be accompanied by his at 8 p.m in the main auditorium I and Volunteer workers. I and Mrs. Sadie Gibson, who March 10, and continuing i Church. Rev C.A. Weaver and
AT THE COLLEGE FOR FALL SEMESTER choir, DlbtrboudllJldcCllrr'-. of the church. :Rove John. The .campaign theme |scentered mailed "her' report(.from; Nash- through the week All are Invited the Greater Day Spring BaptIst
gation. A. Payne will be the speaker. around the American mile, TtIID, to attend. I Church I will also be present.On .
The Excelsior Gospel Singers Choir No. 3 will sing Deacon and National All-Stars Football Thls week on Friday, The Impressive installation Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m.
SECRETARIAL COURSE'r r, WW appear In a gospel program L Fields. president. Rev J.C. League. On Kickoff night,Chairman YMCA Branch, 5700 Cleveland! services will be held for Rev. Rev. H.L. Herod of lit. Mortah
Saturday night at 8 p.m. Same is pastor. L.M. Argrett made a Road will be the scene of the Barnes, founder of the church, Baptist will be present. Other
touchdown by enrolling 31 third report night, promptlyat Ion Monday night March 17. outstanding ministers participating -

BUSINESS S ADMIN1STRATIO.ADULT iIsul.......................r. members. William Scott ran 7:00 p.m, Chairman Adams Many ministers and congregations in the service wills
a close second with 27.Latimer says that if a volunteer Is have been scheduled for Rer. Eddie Taylor, St. Paul

'3'. ..eF r (xr'K ,: m, HUT' IAVE it ci n Till TI MSi Williams The was third with 22. unable to attend this meeting, the service Baptist and Rev. B.F Addison,
other workers made
) please call the Branch office On
Monday night, Rer. Jake Stephen's Baptist.
HIGH SCHOOL;, beautiful plays by reporting '763-3589 for someone to pickup Ray and the Union Progressive Among many other prominent
COURSE i LOW PRICE participating and sustaining his report Baptist Church will be present, church leaders scheduled to

memberships.The ,The theme for this week is along with Rev. A.J. Hughes, appear will be gospel singer-
first report night, February "Passing For Distance.. St. John who
Baptist Church and Mrs. Jessie Mae Polk,
MANAGEMENT 5 DRUG STORE NEEDS: i 28, saw William Scott Rev W.
: Damps,lIIulah Baptist: will celebrate ber anniversary
making a beautiful touchdown Murchison Temple
FOR SMALL BUSINESSESENROLL & On Tuesday night, Rev. E.L March at 8 p.m.
I : of 35 members, making ills Norman of Redeem Baptist will The widely-known udaw.ssl.

TODAY : total pointy 62 members CME Announces be present. Rev Lee McQueenand .. Jacksonville branch
:Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEET Tying for points are Herbert Royal Tabernacle will also of the NAACP will meet each
Job Placement for Graduates, :ANT PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. we deliver.* ;Toler, Alphonse Scurry and'Mrs. Women's Day 'participate. Both ministers will Wednesday night at 8 p.m.
'"Courses J|jWe also Oil all Doctors Prescriptions.! Irma G. Word. Follow-
Taught by State Certified Teachers a be accompanied by their official Other programs will be presented
"Resident Program For Fulltime Students Grace Marchlson Temple CME setups. during the future In the
"Home Study Conference Program for Students Who Cannot Baptist Church will hold its annual Rev. W.L. Williams and Bethlehem Interest of the church.
women's day celebration Sunday Baptist Church will be
Attend Regular Classes JDixie !
i Pharmacy Women's Day March SO.:

Applicitiii Dn.liii August 19, 13S9 To Be March 29 speak Mrs. In Rosa the morning.Mrs.Stevenson will Progressive Baptist State

Contact: kiss N. A. E. Whltfield, RegistrarBOLDEN'S S Stevenson Is a membtr of the
1312 KIMS till HTJTITLE: i Grace Baptist Church's/ West Union Baptist Church. Convention Wi ill Be Host Of

COLLEGE OF MUSIC Women's Day will be March Mrs. A.R. Miller
i hut 353550 = 23, On March 9 Mrs B.F. Pensacola Fro March 1823Laymen.
1816 W. tOft. STREET Brown's home will be the scene Mmes. Dallas And
Z fAT Till HUT, IATEI ANITELEPISNE = of a special effort. Mrs Brown The Progressive Baptist State Mrs. Battle Alexander
: lives at 1552 East 26tb Street Sampson ScheduledFor Convention of Florida has of Orlando Is general supervisor
IIUJ AT III STIlE' I chosen Winter Haven for the of the Youth Convention

:mwaUWl11U.......... .....4 Usher Board Gala Musical fifty-fifth Sessions,annual which session.begin March Miss. .1Ir.Brenda. M.M.Lanier Warren Is president. W-

Of St. Paul Plans Mrs. Marine Dallas and Mrs: II and March 23, will be held Bowling Green, Fla., Is general
Catherine Sampson will be In the First Missionary Baptist directress d the Children's
ll7iZIiA Your professional beautician Month MeetingUsher presented a musical recitalat Church, with the Rev.Columbus Convention. Rev. L.H. King ofClewlston
3 p.m. In the auditorium of Bridges as host minister Is Chief Shepherd.
!a i knows the answer..1. Board No. 2 of St. Paul the lit. Salem Baptist Church, Concurrent the parent Miss Sandra Faragut of TampaIs
AME Church will hold the 1281 West 22nd Street. president of the Glrl'f
monthly meeting Sunday,March Sepclal guests will be Deacon Auxiliary. Bernard Barkley U
Can your hair damaged 9, at <4.30< p.m. All members Nathaniel Jackson and the president of the Shepherd Boys.\
are asked to bf vesent and on Capris. Mneflcluiesdmanies rD Many other prominent ministers -
from brushing alone? time. Business of Importance raised will be District No. 1 qrRET. and lay people northeast

HATIOMM RADIO JKlPMOIttCML/ W sHOW"H I will be discussed McKensley and Choir No. 1. Rev. W.F. Florida and of otherparts bold
.f, Chambers Is president. Rev Rogers Is pastor Mrs. C. top positions amTw&f sens.
( ) All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural A.C. Chandler is pastor. Sampson is reporter. TIlt theme for this year's
OH VfTAL OSUM / elements, Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals; Im- session is "The Christian'sRole

F f properly used, also take their toll...not to mention simple attempt :SISTER lESS IE. m tile World's Straggl
at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of For Peace."
De yet set* *...etlees YeiE tlhe __ erIIII natural bristles. The results. are brittleness, breakage, dry and 'She will read your entlre life-past,present and i Outstanding speakers will tie-
i ov setton Its ever faced,' IIae racial crisis dull looking hair. future. She asks no questions but will tell beard In each departmental

4 ; Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles what you want to know, giving dates and facts yon of session. Workshops, fora sand
,; Do you have suggestions you would like to make i actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" the hair business, love health and family affairs. Will J. C. RAMS sermons will be featured.
ti to the Black and the white leadership about bow that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians help you find lost art. Tells whom will' Choirs from over the state will
:::1 to solve It? claim that nothing beats Clalrol you .body meet will be the sessions parUc .
conditionBeauty Pack Treat- marry and when. If the one yon love ls true, whatto of the Senior convention
j ment for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage do to be successful.Willreunite the GIII.o'.Auxiliary: This Is acclaimed
Do you want to bear what other ordinary cltisens I leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition Is an easy-to- 1ocattlilt- friends and relatives,separated and as well u those of five other u one of the finest in the naUca
ask people like John Lindsay and Stokeley work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical happiness, between man sad wife. Helps makeup auxiliaries.. From the parent body to mi
Carmichael and what sort of answers they come straightening Dr. James Carl Sams small children's groufr
retouch to prevent drying of hair that-has been 'lovers' quarrels. T.11I11 sickness and bad pastor
I.,. up with? Make yourself. heard and bear It all previously relaxed. condition Is the ultimate In repairing deep. luck are natural enemies, or If there Is an evil of Second Baptist, Is general emphasis Is placed on M.
on NIGHT CALL, the new, nationwide telephone down damage. And H. president of the convention Dr and of if
when time la a factor for their customers, influence. Does not tell please you but will tell thelruuiOne: Sane Purposes objectives
call-In show. hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew-the lotion/ conditioner visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will is also president d me Plans. Faculties are oat-
i: : that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant read your life like an open book, but also help you out of America.National Baptist Convention of standing. The ctrrtulum 1*
11:30: ;.M.1a: 12:31: A.L Conditioner When applied your without The evangelical
regularly by your beautician, Clalrol TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when Mrs. peer.
WRFC Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted' president Hannah B. Miller la and benevolent Interests an
Niilir Tlriifl Frihj your hair that many friends will notice and admire. sick and worried whea you can be helped and everything made Women's of the Senior well balanced by the missionary
Call 'Cillict 2127U.3311The ; Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. clear by consulting TIm GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel' ncatlonal Missionary and ed- and Christian education pro

But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other come. MO MAO ANSWERED. I make no hones calls Don't ,to the Convention, State grams.
'The United Methodist Church causes that all human hair (Including wigs) needs to be re mistake the address. SHYER BESSIE Is located north of ,Convention.Progressive Dr. Sams will can the convention
l Released la cooperation with the vitalized periodically. Visit your professional/ beautician and ask Callahan on VS. M, 1/8 mile from; City of CaQahaa. Florida d .1'011 Park Mrs. Rosa 8. Lee to order at 10 Lm'
this to Is president cI Tltlda A welcome program,
check ,
Rational Coo .eti of Churches expert the condition of your hair. .Phone:879-2850. .the ja.Lc Womea.
I National Catholic Office for Radio and Television ,Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure..Calrol WATCH FOBBZRSICN W FRONT HOUO-Acrosi the street 1Ir. Leaner Mil be featured Tuesday !$1
Johnson 7 30
of : The convey
from SPORTSMAN MOTEL pjn. citywide
Council of el Inc.I..7 Rbarwey ofClll"roI inn 'ftcbODnue
Florida Cburcbel.
Open daily from 8 a m. to 10p.m. Ushers' JrIl14ent d the ,ton chores will be directed: ateCtltt7nsgD by

.TffiB CLIPPING 11mT1.II IOU TOA.$ .OOKADlNGtar 82.00.. !Coies Is president Convention. Isaae oftke .Mrs. Mary Ella WkUaharlt
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I Brother Joe May Heads "Battle Of Ages" For Cancer Drive At Edward Waters I

I hotel MnlclHi, Job Knit Artists, Sing For Cancer: Benefit Religion And Race

To. Mike Gala Misled Stunt BTXBGRO WTUUUYBXAL

AH road will !lead to Edward MM erowa. Many say there
Wabre College onlmday night. wW be I drawP' PROJECT EQUALITY MIME!!
Much II, moo tolpeiiUl Little Sammy tttpb w win Hounx' >>f-CKPQ-light religions bodletuloattMast Tina
Events Committee, Mr*. Ethel be present with bU gospel or* bin become tile newest ...1Ibar.a1PrOjlCtlqlaUtJtIII..u.OI'.
Davenport chiirmta lid tilt Ian Ittphtna bu astounded will utiraitb. program to severe iqualoppartnnlty Inall aspects I
Engine Butler Chapter o( the numerous coopttttloni' with. at imployaeat.! TIll 16m.POll of 1U kind nationally, ut at
Cancer Society, Florida Star his ability ataaorcanlat.Dorothy atcwd within the cttt, till group constate at the KowtoaRabblilcal
Editor trie 0. llmpson, chairman Milton and to Association, CotgrtgUlon Emund of Boaatoa,
via prison till "Battle Biblical Gospel ginger." will 'Dioceses) oDenumaolaadaalvestca-EoutoaiPrs. otBre-
of. the ....." teal slag later. com from out of ton to add 'lot, PresbyteriaaChurchULtTws-Loclatualyaod, LittSTU

to the iclatUUUnc array ofartlatc. ,Church la America; lotted Church at Christ, Bowtoo Asaooiatioo -
UM singers draw capacity ) and Covenant. .. Baptist Church.mi .
crowds wherever they
appear heir' style of prita. MERGER .
'tat1OII, -t U' 'bowfttp of CM CHICAGO (aP1)) Target date for tilt nnifleattog of nethrie
broad field of coiptl of music major Back Methodist denominations IB till UJ.-.jMf| ,
\\"l\ and tbilr A-plna procraai ttrt Ala Zion and C1CX formerly ColoridMu ttntallnty bees
ant them top* to tbtlr field =>>i-blm lit for lag: A consultation meeting held lilt BUBO, predated
I KCIIIIIbtIeIlL Jackaoavlllt'i The BtbUou Gasptl slnnrt, 1It1 artists: will bill llapeoa, editor at the rlorldi"'I, chair BU of till Xumt J. .1 committee, ledbyBishpC.A.BuatomCMECburch
the city Sunday night March 18., for the Mammoth Battle of the BaUer Cancer empowered
lose Chapter, Is collaborating with Mr,. Davenport .
own "lunny to uniform church
Gospel lingers" produce t hymnal school literature, and
fi si r'V ban scheduled some Ages, a project headed by Mr,. EmelDartnport, chairman of the ne program opens at I p.m. Admlssioa ia advance lI.n.1O, at official cows organ The committal it expected to ran oa It*
Special Projects Committee to M carried out at Edward Waters the
j Lt door $ .00. '
number will
l maintain their which blip thin la"tba college la the Interact of.till battle agtlnel cancer Erie 0. report 1Ir11tDOU&'a to that unification may begin by bat AM 1,

BtOTiUJOIUATnationallyacclaimed{ fiald. Myrtle aiprtmaoy Bartoalatbtlr I

l Brother director and la known through Day Spring Usher ....
Joe May ud a host of talent. the Sontbiut for bar ability la

I raise nil gala a IIIU1mIlJl sent U designed amount to of till fiald.Mrt.. Davenport. chairman, la Board Coffee A report from the 'TOTAL way of L/FE"Company

funds for UM by tilt Cancer an artist within bar own right, I. .
Society ia tti quest for ways U waUuapromlMntbualMaa Hours Is Sunday
to help to fight till dread woman d Impriaarlo.

dlMIM.Brotlur, Jackaoonila'a own Marion Cshtr Board :to. I of DaySpring

Joe May popular over Whitehead, radio deejay, will Baptist Church will ,1 L: ." ." ,, '.' ',"*' "f .,. '....:... ,.::;
many yiare u u tilting gospel emcee tot program. Tba sponsor its Annual Coffee Hour "
artist will headline this no* afternoon 1.30 to .. -
Friendly and Hoataaa Sunday rom : 'm ."
cation. Brother May's records Club will "",. B p.m. In the dining aria of the :r4 : :
pars maintained high rating Tickets are available aow. church. : / .S:;",.; .
His rendition of songs lines Advance sales indicate Died Mra. Beitli Canty will be .
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nothing to be desired.A for purchasing your Uckit. guest speaker ., ,ryii4-
friendly battle of music will The advance admlttlonla UM iranlng service begins ., : .r'."'; : '
be carried on by WUllt Morgan- $1.80. Admission at the door at I p.m. with Mra. Ruby : "I' "
I field, Brother May's opponent la U 00. Make your arrangements Askew and Mra. W.M. Willis '" '"
at Edward Waters for the now for an event which airrlog u mualclana. TIle : .
arming. Uorcanflild will la destined to draw a capacity morning worship begins at 11
attempt to provo that two audlaaea. Do your bit for a m. Music will ba rendered by ,'
stellar artists cannot bold thE flatting cancer Choir Mo. d. Uabtra Board Mo ,
1 will reader service. I I

UM morning worship beginsat \ ,>
Mt. Calvary Baptist 11 a.m. Rev Wearer will
speak Usher Board Mo. 1 will r

II"'. .At 1.30 a.m. the Church '. *
School with Mra. F.T, "
begins '
Church Celebrates Johnson, aaalatant auptrlnUndent .. ::
presiding. The lesson : .,
will be reviewed by Rev .

77th Anniversary Weaver On Thursday at 8 p.m all : .' f.t'
choirs will meet In the mJ

auditorium for a recording. On ,. .
Sunday Districts) 17 and SO will
Rav. E.R. Simpson I And Zlon meet following On morning
worship. TIll Pulpit Aid Board

Hope Will Opta Celebration meets at 4 p.m. at the church HIGHLIGHTS OF 1968Life W
Rev. Cyrus Waver, pastor,
Bernice P. Malnor riporterEphejuj I s.uance.I"l ,F4rce.y..,, w..0 .uMMJjt '.fc,1.1J.., w.. },, ,, 81,706,505,767.2 .
,. tf m \. : .
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Mt. CalYUf'1Iapt1It Church, W.C. Neal will highlight 'the T J' ',' 'ro I ra.3 J\J ,
It f. iC'.Ttr219.624,63828'
ri'Y11N J' "
,..AdmlttedAsleth.d\I\o".J i' i.- -i \ ,
'historic.dIt1Il.! ,'contention will celebrate: of Jack-1U Williams services Wednesday pastor nlgbt Bethlehem JRav. ... ..tN! .'1141 t .tl.11-" w"Il."I'..w,'r=.>.!'>.. ,tMorfl'than'35 Million, Paid to Policyfi61ders'Sria Beneficiaries. \ % Stitl1t"J i, J56,27a28.r7" IJU) 3HI. I w

""Dtr-..,lath annlvirauy I Baptist Ret. W.C. Nealpastorof Seventh Reserve for Protection of Palicyholders. ,'. .'h ? ,r i.M... .:. . OJ', .. ;'155. .871',868.08 '.
beginning with March 10 and SUItanaa Baptist.
continuing through Marco 17. Rev Dallas J. Graham and

.At till same tint the twtnty- Mt. Ararat Baptist! will be Day Church CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
seventh anniversary of hey Thursday and will share par J'
December 31 198a
W.M,' Hill, wldely-kaown tlclpant honors with Her.Wilbur ,
,pastor, will be honored Burgttt and Macedonia Baptist Lists. Services : ,ASSETS LIABILITIES
The congregation, whose Church.
history antedate 1900, wW be Rtr. B.B., Hartley, noted ,Regular Sabbath services of BONDS .. .'. .v>> e.. .r $101,917,63993 Reserve for Life Policies and Contracts $1 2.e29.090.00
.boat, to to speak,to outttandlnc pastor and convention leader the Ipbeius Seventh Day Adven STOCKS Reserve for Accident

churches, leaden, ministers, will bring Friendly BIptJIIrr1da1 tilt Church will be held at Preferred .'. . . . 3.195,78004 and Health Contracts : . 2,742.778

civic workers and clttnoi night. From Orange Zpbesus Academy, S760 Edgiwood. Common . . . .. 10,271,42969 Supplementary Contract Claims Payable 138,34878
Park Rt Joe Calhoun and St. Sabbath
during the week. School begins at Policy and Contract Claims Payable. 4,138,39742
Robert Early la serving u John Baptist Church will make ISO am. with Mra Betty Investment in Herald Life ,
1 9.04
Premiums Received in Advance .096.71
Insurance . . .
general chairman-of the cTint.Strricet a special Journey for tile occasion. Stephens, associate superintendent Commissions Due and Accrued. . 807,312.40
begin at 7.30 p.m. Rev A.r. Cummings, In charge. UM lesson Investment in Independent Fire 493,624
Each minister will be accompanlsdblhlscongregatioo- West Union Baptist and Rev topic for till day la "Ancient Insurance Company, II. . 1 1,761,93858 General Expenses Due and Accrued
C.A. Wearer, Day Spring Baptist Israel's Decisive Hour. First Mortgage Loans on Real Estate 76,131,43498 Taxes, Licenses and Fees '

choirs, official .stalls and all wW also be preient. The morning worship begins Real Estate . ... . . . 8881830.41 Due and Accured. I. ; . 4.478,763.34Cash
tmiia. Sunday afternoon, March 16, at 11 a.m. with Elder R.B and Bank Deposits . . 4,197,72068 Amounts Withheld as Agent or Trustee 2.438.36619
Rev Z.R. Slmpton and Zion will be occaslonfor the presence Halrston, pastor and associate Premiums Due and Uncollected., 4.056937.42 Unearned Investment Income..1 9,798.45
Rope) Bandit, and HIT. G.T. of other outstanding church elders in charge. The Toung Investment Income Due Notes and Interest Payable. .' .... 3,008.49306
McCall and Mt. Vernon tJIt leaders and congregations. The. Peoples' Missionary Volvtttr . .
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Security Valuation! Reserve. 3,159.306.16
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and Accrued. 1,75909368
service will at t.M: p.m.Rtr. Hour will at '.' i II I
will open the calibration on open begin tpjn.Prayer 2.067,533 Other Liabilities. .. . ,. . . 481 .98320
Loans to Policyholders. .
Monday night, March 10. J.C. Sams and Second meeting will be Wednesday night .r I'
On March 11, Tuesday, Rt,. CONTINUED ON.PACK 10 at 730. Collateral Loans. 'I' I. . ,,1.292,500.00 TOTAL RESERVES AND ..
B.L. Wynn, and Abyssinia Other Assets ..1. e r. ,',.. B88.B37.45 LIABILITIES . . 'I' 175922956.77

Baptist Church will be present Patronize' Firms That' AdvertiseIn 4873837.00
TOTAL .ADMITTED ASSETS $219,624,838.26 Capital .a
alone with Her. J.M. Bryan Paid Surplus. . . . . 5865.10000
and fit. Mary's Baptist
YOUR Newspaper
Rer. ..L. Wllllamt. and Rtr. t"1, SURPLUS
eta Group Contingency Reserve. . 1,669,00362

:y Unassigned. . . . . 31.293.940.87

;THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF Jacob f. Bryan III, CheirmenWilford SURPLUS .r' .', $ 43,701,881


'Jimei H Stenley 0, M' BildwmQ CAPITAL AND SURPlUS. I. .:', S219.624838.26
Howard Bryan Burton C. Bryen
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Alex Howard Lucy B. GoodingR
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Office: .233 W Duval Street/Jacksonville Florida
Founded 1920


HOLMES-WEST Jacob t. Bryan III' Thomas H Pete Dana H. Einnion Ntll C. Vlenelier
Prtiidint and Chairmen of the Board Viet Prttidtnt and Actuary Atsst.nt Viet PrtitOtnt Assistant Stcrtttry-Trttiurtr
.Wiltord C.Lyon Sr. James E. Retder James B. Wlndhem Robert C. WillemiAnHint .
first Viet PfunMtJemteM Viet President Assistant Viet frttidtfit Stcnttry-Trttturtr
StenitV r Robert H. Abbott Wilford C. LyonJr. Arthur Sterntt
I CIIIIALLY INVITE Til Tl VISIT TIEIIKEIIT Second Vice President..., Vice President Astitttnt Viet PrttKttnt Assistant StcritiryTrttiurtrRobtrt
Q. Howerd Bryan ."" Robert A. Milll Joe M. BuleyAtliilint M. Vestal
IEMBIEIEI FACILITIES AT All Third VIC. Prtvdvtl i Viet President Viet President Amittnt StcrtttnfTrttiurtr
Charlee A\ Sneid Peter A Masun so R. Wendell ShepperdAintttnt Carroll L. Cox
Secr.t ryTrssur'r:, Vc. Pregnant Viet Prttidtnl Assistant StcrtttryTrttiurtrGeorge

'O".N.HOU. S s .. SUNDAY, MARCH 9,. 1969 J Vice, Alex r Frmftnt Howard ,:.: George Viet resident M, Beidmn, Boyd E. LyonAttitttnt Viet/ President F'StcrtttiY-Trtturtr CeriwtllAuultnt

Richard M. Lyon : Thed P. McEntyre John E. FinltyAtiiittnt Jack W. HatlieldAmittnt ,
I ROM XtOQ ". M. TO: e..B P.M. Vie PfMKiVtt :.1 I,. Assistant Vice President Viet Prtlidtnt 'f StcrtttrrJrttiurtr
Carroll : James E. Earl' M. Barker
WIlT KDOa WDOD AVENUE Cecil B. Harrison Robert H busy .r
71t Vice Prttdtnt and Oir. 01 Agnclf' Assistant Viet President Amttint Viet Pnndtrf CofnptroJitr
.JACKSONVILLE fUOItlOAWtNOlkL Burton C., James. Crouch JeckW. RiceAuiitirtt John J. Sittig
Viet PrMkftnt and Qtrwtl Counsel Astitttnt Vice P"lIdInt Viet Prllld"t. Ass,stent ComptroAnWilliam
A. Howard }.., John M. Ingllll' 'Ethtridge Jordan Wilbur" C. Sumner. M.D.
,. HOLMfi' WARS Viet Pres at vet .,.x Allitttnt Viet President Assistant Viet President. Mdd cal DirtetorI
WINOCU *>, HO"Ma. Jn.rUNCMAi. t i It
Jump C. Crap ;' Richard' Brook Jr. Gerald C. Hind "i
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i WOMEN'S TALKBY Sour Cream's The Clue! Make YoorFaaily Curry Flavor With, ChickenLeftovers

typical wintry nights Jot I once Cognac; u.
eta matt hot drills your 1 tsp whipped cream
"thine", liars art a few you Add Cognac to coffee and tot For SaladSome
might Uk. to trjrt with cream-or Just omit both
coffee and whipped cream.or salads' are ta good that

.HOT MILK PUNCH .'.There's always: salad fanciers might sing bout
ttt them. Odei could be written to the
criip, green timed variety that'sbeen
Rum(light) ER
3 ounces ; topped with I delicately flavored
lisp. powdered sugar;; 1 tsp sugar; dresung.
nmhot)); 4 tsps. water; The secret's out there' no
Pour Cognac and ram Into a I cancel Cognac; mystery to serving salads that ire
'Urn clu*. Stir In sugar. Add Lemon peel (optional) fresh and crup. A few simple rules
enough tot mlMo fill the glass. Dissolve npr into boiling followed by a wise cook results in
Sprinkle top with nutmeg. water. Pour sugar-water mixture a delectable salad.
On those tnpopular blizzard into cup. Add Cognac! According to Betty Brownell)),

nights! that usually team up with If you are one of those cold /: :1 ______ home economist for the National needn't be lacklustre i a new twist, a creative
Uw breakdown of the heatinisystem weather enthusiasts, or If cold : Association of Food Chains salad touch and abracadabra they're better than their first time 'round
warm up with: weather and year heatlig expertise begins with buymamhip. the family dinner table. Her curried chicken or turkey is delicately .
system do not conspire against She advises homemakers to select sauced with plain Swiss-style yogurt, deliriously cupped
BELOW :ZERO yon or if yon will be doing the a variety of greens if a tossed salad. In. big red apples. For a light lunch, the Borden Kitchen sug.V
is in the offing. The produce department gets ten big flaky biscuits i as serve-along
1/2 cup granulated sugar; bulk of you winter glass ,11ft.1IIe' boasts leaf lettuce at well
> 1 quart milk; In the' Alps, then pemaps at Bibb, the aristocrat: of the let. Apples Staffed(Maker With I Curried trrring Chicken) Salad

.6 tea bap; "cool" ones can be Jon lute clan. Head lettuce, torn or ( red delicious apples 1 teaspoon curry powder
1Z cancel Cognac; "thing such asCOULEUR broken rather than cut, Romaineand 1/4 cup reconstituted lemon 1 cup ((8-01. container
Lemon peel; de ROSE:. spinach (yes, raw spinach) add Juice Rorden Sw isa style
Nutmeg 1 bowl of Ice; flavor as well as eye appeal to the 2.12 cups diced cooked chicken plain yogurtor
put milk and sugar In double 1 bottle of Via Rose; otherwise humdrum salad. turkey 1/2 cup heavy cream,
boiler beat under my slow 1 chartreuse Those who like carrots, radishes 1 Clip diced celery .. whipped _
tbsp. green ; 1 tablespoon chopped fresh Salt and pepper to taste.
flame, but do not bolL Add 6 lemon; and celery in their salads might remember dill -

teabags to the milk and gugar 1/2 cup or more Grapes (your sliced atop that the tomatoes salad are or ,served better Cut.thin slice off the blossom end of each apple so it,,'IlI.tend
mixture and let itanl for approximately choice) alongside. If they're tossed in, their upright; dip in lemon juice to prevent discoloration.With a sharp
two minute and knife, cut around near the stem end of each apple saw-tooth
Wash, peel de-pip grapes. ........ ..... moisture tends to make for a watery
Remove teabagi and slowly Extract from 1/2 lemon. :: .n. ;n. : .. and cut out apple centers 1 each in lemon
Juice h/ .... salad. : Reserve "discard Chill In
juice. cut out fruit I for salad cores
y. ;
; ) ? Y
.blend In Cognac. Heat over very Slice lemon peel waiter thin. ::';% %: ; L '
.:..: ?. { Betty Brownell! suggests washing refrigerator.. Dice reserved apple; place In large bowl. Sprinkle,,
low flame for three or four amounts of de- :J..r: %, .?L.i p: }}
Place equal it in
YY: : the greenery, wrapping loosely with lemon juice. Add chicken or turkey celery and dill: mix
mlnutei. Serve In heavy cups pipped grapes and one slice { :%: : fe / a linen towel or plastic bag and welL In a small bowl, combine curry powder and yogurt; blend
and garnish with lemon peel lemon peel in each serving storing it in the refrigerator. The ",ell.Fold whipped cream.Gently pour dressingInto the apple-
and nutmeg. Will thaw 6 to I glass and place In refrigerator 4T'-v/i; French ton their greens in a basket chicken mixture. Toss lightly. Season with salt and pepper to
,# be all moisture is off. taste. Chill thoroughly in refrigerator. Spoon salad-mixture Intoapple
to sure
frozen "bodys"A to chill Pour lemon juice,char r -
/ '-'"* ctips. If desired, garnish with fresh dill.
warm waker-er-tgper: (reuse and Yin Rose over let y .Y:} If you don't have a metal salad
CAFE CHANTILLY ,and let stand along with glasses tfAft..V> fMS- basket (it makes a lovely gift for
1 cup coffee (black,unsweet for at least QDI-llaUbow:before Uuil make head or tall of fish cookery? ere'k a hint from the tkroen,.,.,.. w- a salad lover), pat the greens dry. The "Ultimate" Company

ened and hot serving. __ ___ spa whlteflsh with bread cubes sparked to high flavor by sour cream and spices The rules for_salad dressing are
to toss the dressing with the greens
al the very last moment and to use
Sour Cream Staffed Fish it sparingly. Nothing's worse than
EDGEWOQD (Make ttrving) salad.
a watery Pie'j
/ / '. AVE B SroREJACKSoNVILLE 1 (3-lb.) whftefl h,drelled l 2 cups ((1 pint) Borden Have you ever noticed the salad
Salt and
pepper sour cream
dressing section of
your superrnariket
Stuffing: 3 tebleepoonadicedpeeled
BEACH STORE 6 tablespoons Danish lemon ? According to Betty Brownell,
i IPEKSIKDATJ! Flavor Margarine 1.1/4 te there's a dressing to please every
1/2 chopped celery n dn.fI'Itedlemon one. Vinegar and oil to do-it-your ,
9 A.M.TL 1/8 cup chopped onion 1 teaspoon salt self, bottled dressing, envelopea of
R M A KETS 8 cups toasted bread 3/4 teaspoon paprika dressing where you add liquid ingredients
s U P.E _, cubes 2 egg yolks ,even low calorie favorites L1
t PJ.WISTEKN Wash,'dry and season fish. Melt 2 tablespoons margarine; are there for your trying.
saute celery and onion. Mix lightly with bread cubes, 1/2 cup
sour cream diced lemon, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 8/4 When tossing (and you might do
CENTER CUTfP.OU teaspoon salt and paprika. Stuff fish I close cavity with skewersand this at the table with a flourish)
string. In a well-buttered (13-1/2 x 9 x 2-inch) baking dish, add a small amount of dressing and BROWNIE COOOIltVT-PEC.\N TIEK
remaining ; add fish. Brush fish 2 tablespoons toss gently. Be sure your bowl is
melted Bake ClIp sugar I
.rIe teaspoon vaaffla
margarine. in ;. flees ) 80-40 min- large enough for tossing room. Add /a teaspoon sail 1 flaked coconut
ute,. Baste 2 or 8 times until fish when fork-tested. In another smidgeon of the dressing.Each cup
CHOPS 1 cap light corn !/j
IJI'IIP. cup coarsely chopped
double-boiler top, over hot water, heat 1-1/2
cups sour cream. In leaf should be moist with 1 package, (4 01.>)> sweet cookpecan
small mixtnQ bowl, lightly beat beat in little hot
; .sour cream. Pour into sour cream egg In yolks double; -boller: Cook a 6 to 8 dressing but not wet enough for Ing chocojate) broken ta 1 unbaked t-lnch pie shell
minutes; stir constantly until thickened. Add 1/4 teaspoon each drowning. squares ..Prepared whipped topping
: salt and lemon rind. Remove fish to serving platter; remove Pass small bowls of"salad condi S tablespoons butler !l/ cup (about) flaked coconut
skewer Serve with cream sauce. ..." You might have chopped' I eggs slightly beaten
....1 ""' ''I';''' ", "'t- I .' # _.. bacon, chopped whites of hard. Combine sugar, salt, and'syrup in saucepan Bring to boll over
.. .\ ,. .\it.... Rhubarb cooked ,eggs or toe, sieved yolks, high heat, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Boll :2 minutes Remove

.+\ It e, t' jJ tr .',. sX14 7 9.IIII.I..u.mII..I..uua..I..I. 1. i ,L .. r '. ..H. r f'py I them garlic croutons (make these or buy ) to from melted heat and; add mixture chocolate It smooth and butter and, blended.stirring until Gradually chocolate -

,h4'T'y" Spr\1rtlme'. rhubarb signals a seslon of tart tJ tarrgyy desserts.AJ1 cheese already prepared. ) or grated pour Over eggs,stttrtng constantly. Add >vamUai 1'cup coconut,
AI' l.B.i sweetly Inexpensive.Whether you grow your own or pick from and die nuts; mix wet Pour Into pie shell. Bake at 373 ores
the crop at the supermarket, here are some rhubarb rules. One You'll have them all singing for to 43 minutes or until filling la puffed in center and outside edge
pound makes two cups. For a mild flavor, choose "early pink"- their salads! la set. Cool. Garnish with whipped topping Sprinkle with about
it takes less sugar. It the stalks are tender why peel? Just V4 cup coconut, toasted. If desired
'...... ..... "sauce" it in the skin.-.__ _.._. ....... .

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LB S'269 ra RICE I Light Sugar Silvered H tablespoons cup cream light almond cream sugar f SHOP RIB ROAST ;., 89'.

I cups halved strawberries

AZELEA 59'JLB iyt cups sweetened cooked, I

SiGfTaL&49 BAG i/4 cup rhubarb sugar "srprr-1i11t"' Fill Cit Inf,

Whipped cream 1

Heat oven to 450. Mix Bis-: CHUCK
quick,cream and :t tablespoonssugar STEAK 59'"Suirliftt"
1 FLA.. *,,, with fork. Beat vigor1ously LB. .
FRESH EGGS 'I: 1 20 strokes. Knead 8 to .
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GG"S' 10 times on lightly flouredclothcovered dry \
( board.Roll dough
.. H inch thick; cut with floured I
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.l.d; ". '\' ::'" }!:r.;/(. 1.:"!) i' 3-Inch cutter. Place on un- 1/4 Pirk Liii Slid.
.' ..: (f $,;' greased baking V sheet. Brush The store t h.' .
'' I tops with cream; sprinkle with
\ ,
.8 9 ."} ..,. ;oo'< ...."f 'a14.. '' ,' A sugar and almonds. Bake '
.-=- .I'i" about 10 minutes. Cool. Stir CHOPS .69-.
about PORK
IN CUT. .. cares
2 DOE. ) \'n ..-,. strawberries, rhubarb and % you
1 ',
cup sugar together. Split shortcakes
;I and Oil with strawberry I Ii
mixture. Top with whipped i

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: Good warm a basic or Rhubarb cold Delightful Sauce. ClLI' JIfEI !' (

CLEANERS as breakfast fruit or as a .
'Cll [ dessert with cookies.

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The study group's coming?Old
LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH friends ue poising through ::.-::.
$5'00 (> ton? Whatever the occasion,
tab time out for a coffee bretk
; 10 aDd bib up a warm welcome I-LB :

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Batter. Brunch Ring ..
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PIES TOWEL Jai cup tatter er margarine, Fresh '_ AlP FROZEN LEAF OR CHOPPED SPECIAL!
softened Fruits &_Veqetables1IPEC1AL1 i

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TURKEY .9' 00 .I GT,ROLLS 'A cup honey feS. fl BOUND WHITEPotatoes: -
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cup Add milk; stir with ..
fork to a son dough Drop half FRESH JUICY.WHITE OR PINK SPEOULI .
of dough by tablespoonfuls In-Ito PETER PAH SMOOTH OR CRUNCHT SPECIAL I
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POLE IEAN ring 6 inlnutee. Blend honey y PERST/L[ &
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PLEASE WITH ale over warm coffee cake:

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Mike Cleiiing Shirt Dresses Make Scene BeiBfifal Diamonds Philadelphia Lass Talks About Position In Negro Comnonlty

Of Hid Rooms Cleaned By Boiling NSW YORK For miry white thlnf.I bad close friends college. "I was accustomed to stralgttenne&"ioendr"
life with its freedom,
years, a Philadelphia girl of both races and we did everything big city :
Mud rooms are a modern convenience ton can glee your diamonds thought beauty meant fair skin, together'' -until we went so Maryland State College In consciously. Imitated whiter
In many new homes, a profession Jewelry' cleaning straight hair and thin nose and host. Bit I ann really. Princess Anne was an entirelynew people. It seemed like the
.bat the term Is perhaps misnomer. -. job right In roar own kltchei lips. Then last September she experience. There was dis natural thing to do," ate 11" .)
No good housekeeper,I and it will cost only pennies. accepted the title of Kiss Black crimination. We couldn't eat la Early last summer she let her
expects or allows a"mud room", When the wink In the stones I* America-after' baring a local restaurant because they hair curl naturally. "I found
to be literally muddy I Rather,1 fine, give them a boiling bath accepted the Idea that "Blackis wouldn't serve Blacks. Then the real mel" she exclaims.
this Is a room-or just a small la soapsuds and .mPl(1'IHf beautiful. was no such thing as 'your Sanndra concedes natural hairstyles
back entry area will do that you're sure that the setting Is Via a special Interview In the friend the policeman.' And I and African clothing art
can be easily cleaned up dally, either platinum, yellow gold, March Seventeen, Saundra saw members of the Ko Klux a form of protest and the Black
more often If necessary, with or white gold. Race a square Williams, 19,of 421 North 62nd Klan bum a cross." people's way of showing their',
wipe-ops! using soap or detergent of soft clean cloth on the bottom Street, tells bow she grew to 4 Suddenly Sandra, removed individually. "A Black man can'
suds. The floor should be of any saucepan, fill it about see herself in a new light-as from the friendly, relaxed Integrated compete on all levels with a
covered with easy-care vinylor F three-quarters full of soapy an individual in the Black atmosphere of days at white man..They can look as
linoleum, and the walls with .water, and add aboit three community. Saundra enjoys her Overbrook Senior High School good as whites, bat on their
plastic laminate or scrubbable tablespoons of smmonla. Place: title but she's not starry-eyed. In Philadelphia,wanted to learn own terms.
wallpaper or paint. Other aids the Jewelry In this solution and "It''. fun to see the little kidI about her race. "I had never Saundra's concept of Black
are a boot caddJ faIib100ed from allow the suds to cometoaboll. meet act all excited. To them I really identified with mypeople power la "brain power and
a rimmed cookie sheet, a Don't be alarmed if the jewelry Pm a queen, and for the first a because I was somewhat green power. It means getting
..trooP"-a kng metal flower jumps up and down merrily time they can Identity with S .P isolated" she admits. At a good education, a good job
box will serve the purpose- and rattles; tta clothnnderneata Tojrtlty'.But when I milt college Saundra began to read within the system. She feels
placed under wall books that will protect your pieces-bat people, I don't tell them I'm books on Black culture. "The the term "Black power'/
hold wet raincoats or children's ra. don't let the water boll away Miss Black America.' I'm SAUNDRA TLLIAie Autobiography of Malcolm X" frightens many people,
snow-laden ski pants, plastic Turn off the beat,let the Jewelry Saundra WUliams-my title will' had a tremendous Influence on especially the poor whites who
wastebaskets for messy mittens remain until you think the dirt last only 36}days." questioned why my neighborhood me; It made me realise that fear competition from C qualified
and bats.Rain, snow, and slush has been dissolved, andremove Saundra grew up in acomfort- was Black and theirs was, the Black people were my Black people. "Actually they
can be taken care of with mops articles from the hot sods with able, middle-class family her white. I guess I just accepted people, that I wasn't an island. feel threatened,"saysSaundra.
andspongessqueetedtromthick handy kitchen or bacon tongs.If mother is a caterer,her father the idea that this was how things It ratty changed me," she '"They used to feel Important
sudsy water,then rinsed. stubborn residue remains an electrical engineer."I wentto were," sh reports. reports. because they could look I: down*
around the prongs or fiUgree an Integrated high school and Saundra's sudden awakening Saundra believes her awareness on Blacks. Now they can't."
/,....fffl/ } scrub with a soft brush never considered the Black- came when she went away to led her to change her .**..*
A j TIlt Nehru Influence seems to be holding over,sad Its Influence'
| Is seen In the shirt dress store. The dress is strictly tailored
In classic shirt style. It win be popular for down-the-street SAVf14r
striding. Sea-form green, narrow-wile gabardine, blend with
cotton sod polyester to bring out certain elan.TIlt cost Is almost hAul YOU CAN SAVE'
minimal. Sing Photo III

S./d Patronize Firms That Advertise

In YOUR Newspaper lI.! ALL WEEK. .

FOOD ST00.ts On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed., March 12th
When only the

little study of jean- tics will do
purest : I
can be e big time and money CAN
saver for mothers in today's VASELINE JELLYhelps SALEOODSea.

busy.To worn throulh'or prevent dIaperraah..fromdiaperchange. i' j -.- F F II .M,sissy rouse I-M.UHT muamJuice..4
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jeans patches.themselves.that will To outlast keep the up continuous a moisture film shield.,providing Especially /$1 feas..:. 4/l
with all ..
the new materials, formulated for ss. ueay ear

the patches and Bondex the to match people: or now contrast make I der complete 9 out purity.of 10 No mothers won Maxwell House St w.... 2/$1 Carrots 4/$1
T new Super Bondex insist on genuine 'Vase
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agree they're super xQ for other brands of peR I ....... ..
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whole Children new feel garment they have when a Drinks 15/$1 BeerMAYONNAISE 99 Sausage5/$1 Corn..5/l

jeans and pants are patched . ...
with a brightly contrasting eat er Near seaS arms w.r
color. Let them pick their 5/l 5/$1
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own designers. .. .
Corduroys Texas pants w pr 8 tp '" "'" """" "' '" "' MINT
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. I' North Carolina!i Aggies Downed St. Augustine And Won Last Two Games I

Granbling's Coach Robinson YOUR For Dave Bing Only 'Trounced LMngsfone 92-30

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Spearheaded FRANCISCO (NPO'Coacb '- Unique Robinson discussed "Techni GOOD HEALTH' :. \ :: : ', : I fN1.1 And St. Augustine By 10089GREENSBORO : .

,WINTER DRIVING ::- r!:;. \t"J'L; ; '.i.or ?,. '.
Eddie Robinson ques of Teaching the Crambllni ..
t '" I i'I.'I. A4;T beat the Bears! la shooting
College was one of Offense... Paterae's topic was If planning a trip by -1-: ,,,,,,;....r 1 N.C. -North
Grambllng fOIl : : ,: 'I ; 4& : Carolina ALT dowsed 45 per cent to 44 per cent and
sin outstanding member o1th. the "Multiple Defense, while auto daring the winter you l.tving acne and St. In rebounding S9-M. _
'Amerleu Football Coaches Yeoman analysed "The Triple should be prepared for bad I to Walker making a determinedbid .
complete regular
.Association who headlined tin Option." weather either when setting ouj for the conference's rebounding -
"Coach of the Tear Clinic" !''111. :Passing Game was the or when returning to your 110.... ,ws rr -the season best play skein with for a 17-2 the record Aggies, title pulled down 24

sponsored recently by the East- subject of Peterson's lecture, Trips to winter sports areas prior to CIAA Tournament rebounds against the Bears.
Kodak Company, followed by a coarse"Design ever more -
becoming popular
Bin are In 11 Re was followed by Austin with
1e other were Joe Paterno, for a Balance Passing and and as a highways years.inning IS '
Peon State University, national Running .lOffense" by Peterson are becoming more .L' the By Aggies assured their final themselves games, Greer was also the Aggies'
eoaeb-of-tbe-jrear; Bill Yeoman Diagherty conducted a crowded. This Inevitably leads Si
star In the victory over
ft good seeding in the conference -
University of Houston;Bill ,Quel on-IDd-lIIIftr session to an Increase In serious accidents. Ill Augustine's. The "-5 sharpshooter -
... tourney which gets
Florida State More than l.SOO high school -
Peterson ,
T# 3t under here 27. pumped in 23 points and
University; Pepper Rodgers junior college, college and Driving under unfavorable way February contributed 16 rebounds
ALT trounced
University of Kansas; andDutfyDaugberty university football coaches conditions may present a challenge Livingstone
Austin, also a native of Greens
92-60. two nights after whipping
Michigan State registered for the clinic but It Is one many drivers
St. Augustine's. 100-19. Both boro kicked in 21 points and
have wished they had not accepted -
-" .- wins followed on the heels ,of 11 rebounds.
'. When high winds sleet,
ALT moved out to a4o-ZZ lead
the Aggies' (5-U loss to
and pavements
llea"anow. Icy .... Elixabeth in the first half and ted 46-34:
league-leading City
It Is betterto
enter the picture .
at halftime. The Falcons cut the
} Soothing relief for bow out-delay your trip
cond1t1oD1lmprove. A M-polnt performance by margin to 66-62 late In the
J hard-working hands out should UfelWOiT For Lave tang; basketball player extraordinaire, and member of the Detroit senior forward Charles Greer game but the Aggies tightened
: setting
Before yon
t I, have brakes adjusted and, It's a '69 Doge Charger BE. Dave has Justbeenpresentedwlth the Charger by former Piston helped ALT down tile Bears. their defense and raced to.

.! I VASELINE' PETROLEUM JELLY. For hands 10 your relined. If the Star Earl Lloyd, national personnel relations manager for Dodge. Dodge News Photo Greer hit on 17 of 34 snots victory.
Qr, rough, 10 chapped, they actually hurt. If necessary from the floor,his best shooting "We moved the ballweUlntbe
tires Is worn oat,
Soothes and aofteni ,tread on your first half said ALT coach Cal
effort of the season ,
I I provides a get new ones. Always includeone Shares Biology "
that alternate routein With Greer popping away from Irvin. Werebounded.wehltthe
"' against or more plan and check wit r The Parade Us favorite spot In the comer, free man and we did a lot of

than watery the your state highway patrol touptotheminute Sports and beefy Vernon Walker and 'things right. We still don have

lotions. contlnUOU'II'11m reports o I Elmer Austin dominating t the that killer instinct"Besides

Petroleum a little road conditions, BY NEGRO PRESfWTERNATIONAL boards the Aggies really had competing in the CIAA,
; salted the five Tournament the Aggies were
other Don't make the mistake o NIlES NEW YORK game away
also bid for berth lathe
leum jelly minutes after halftime. making ft
warming up your motor on i NPI the World AI-
hands are !, NEW YORK ( ) Jimmy Ellis Boxing AAT set a torrid at tile forthcoming NAIA District
cold day with the wlnlowsrollet \ sociation's recognized holder of the heavyweight title held by pace 26 the
beginning of the playoffs, staged
up In a closed garage Tub ,Casslns Clay has announced will meet Joe Frailer in a show game
to a 12-4 lead at 15:24. The first week In March in Wlnston-
could'lead to carbon monoxide M in New York Frazler's hometown
down bout for the title- tat not ,
Agates led n-30 at halftime. Salem. .
poisoning-4he silent killer and not until June or July. Originally two were to meet in
Remember that In winter Madison Square Garden on March 24, but Ellis pulled out. Now - -

darkness comes earlier anal he's thinking of getting with Frailer either in Los Angeles, Ashley Street Boxing Club

makes for more hazardous Houston, Miami Beach or Las Vegas I

'I' driving Keep your windshields I Will Send Fighters To AAU
clear. at all times.. GRID GRANT TO U OF ARKANSAS ,

h; When driving on slippery! NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (NPI) Carl Lowe, speedy ber.
roads remember that the legal halfback on the North Little Rock High School team, has won a .The Ashley Street BazingClubIs
a speed limits are too fast. cut football scholarship at the University of Arkansas,the first Black pluming to send a boxer to Guinyard said his biggest
METtALFTALLAHASSEE AAU concern now Is tile
ZUBIE in the National securing
t' your speed and increase thedistance grldder to do '0. Lowe will Join John Richardson, top running compete
) yon allow between yoi' Fla. _, back of Horace Mann, who !had earlier indicated he would go to Championships\ in San Diego Morris necessary California.finds for sending

and the car ahead Florida AM University assistant the ,university if another Black grldder accompanied him. Calif. Lut'IU.
\ will from through the efforts of Mayor
Tbe tourney run
i I If you have to make a sudden professor of biology
; stop pump your brake with a Zuble Ifetcalf has a good thing UPSETMINDEDSAN April 17 to 19 Inclusive Hans Tantler according to

series of quick hard pushes on going, and be plans to share It DIEGO Calif. (NPI) Elvln Hayes of the San Diego Top prospect Is Morris :julnyard tend "we were able to

the pedal to prevent a skid. It with biology teachers from Chargers is crowding Wilt Chamberlain for the spot in the NBA Reeves, a 19-year-old amateurand Olympic Reeves totheUnitedStates

I 1 you do start to skid, turn your t. approximately 40 states for the ,record books as rookie scoring star. Wilt the Stilt has been a graduate of Stanton Vocational trials in Maunee
3s wheels quickly In the direction benefit of Junior and senior high High School Ohio. The boxing club Is now
all alone in that category since 1959. Hayes now has 1,830
t and school students Julius Guinyard\ coach of t the appealing to the local citizensfor
of the skid. Drive carefully biology points for a 29.5\ average.CYCLERAMASHOW .
._ defensively at all times.Tonight's For the fourth consecutive Ashley Stteet Club, saldReevesis cOlllr1but1ou..otlaatwemay
summer, Metcalf has been one of the best amateur send a worthy contender 'to
awarded a grant exceeding$50. boxers in the southwest region. California"
CRICAGONPOSome( ) 125 exhibitors staged! "CycleRama"the said the teals
Morris Ms first amateur Guinyard boxing
000 by the National Science won "
first all-motorcycle show of the mldwest Thursday February
in 1967 In need of boxing equipment!
Foundation for a biology 27, at the Chicago Coliseum The exhibitors showed thelrlatestla ffrfmpinnnhtp Tampa also. Contributions should be
his second consecutive
institute for Junior high and and won
motorcycles, mlnlblkes motorbikes and drag choppers to
state In Jacksonville sent to Julius Guinyard, Jacksonville
secondary school teachers dealers the first two days, and to the general public the second championship Recreation
A special feature for this two days last year.
101 East Adams.Contacts
summer's institute will Include Reeves won the Florida Gold ,
a, "model class" where the Coast AAU In Miami last Octo- may be made by calling
WmTHERLEW t ", "' 4j !
S546974.Other .
teachers will be able to watch LOS ANGELES ':'VQ{NPQ! 1:): "As.tie CurrentcolleVebasketballseason ::_ k JA promising boxers on the

a prominent professor actually ', drags to a c'tocllu l i is mferwsed specvaUta wef what ITV mo4o 'squad arfCharlesKemp,J 169,

teach a biology count to high UCLA's star. Lew Alclndor, will do:Will be go with"the National Luis'Hivi Nathaniel Herring,175 and Leon

school students and demonstrate Basketball Association, theAmerican Basketball Association, Shaw, 195

modem methods of, or the Harlem Globetrotter? Will he be motivatedby the chanceto The team be inaction
Free Bowling may seen
teaching biology. Uetcalf play against or with his mentors, Bill Russell and Wilt Party
on Monday Wednesday
explain, "we want to help Chamberlain or will he be lured by the alleged l-milllon ABA Arrangements hive been made and Friday at the Earths White

biology teachers understand package deal? And what can the Globetrotters offer? for the female employes of Community Center 743 West,
appreciate the teaching prob
Jacksonville Industrial and Ashley. Training time is 6:30;
lens that they face every day, HISTORIC EVENTBOUTHBEND Commerlcal
businesses to to 6 p.m. Anyone Interested In
and at the same time strengthen Ind (NPI) A strange kind of history was attend a Free Bowling Party Joining should be present

rrnM.e their subjectmattercom- made in a basketball game at the University of Notre Dame to be held at Brunswick Ramona during these sessions.

petence by giving organised recently. At one point in a game with Michigan State, an five Lanes, 6526 Ramona Boulevard,

k .....\ lecture-laboratory field trip players representing the fighting Irish were Black As If the on Friday March 7, at 6.SO Why Not Jig
programs and by bringing them historic occasion signaled the complete arrival of all Black p.m. This Invitation extended
Staoraurs into personal contact with prominent the Notre Dame fans booed
people 10,000-plus predominantly ,to all female employe* to the Limit
tuO. biologists the reality.: A few days later, the players wrote the school Interested in representing! their ?

: Teachers attending newspaper demanding an apology from the student body. Sportswriters company in a bowling group to =- -
the to discover -
night urunuswxnr!!. Institute will receive t the value are still arguing over which event was more historic. be organised at this party :::;

the Smooth Canadian.Seagram's 5::: of nine quarter hours of graduate '. '-Included in this Free Party will .:
credit at FAMO Each SET DOWN FOR SLUGGING be two three !'
or games of bowl- =:
-.r.::. participant will receive a o DETROIT (NPI) -Spencer Haywood University of Detroit free of rental II -. .
Canadian. ..... ;;;.... ling use shoes, 7'J:1S. -- -:
stipend to $75.00 week ,
np per and Olympic basketball star received a one-week suspension) and ft buffet. Although there )

Known by the company it keeps., for a period of eight weeks, for slugging a referee in a game against the University of is no obligation on anyones ..;
sup SIS.00 for each dependent .T ldeo. Hafl'OOCllater apologized to Referee George Strautbers, put, plaDaar.toformaboWl1Dc ,- '

to a maximum of four). Toledo Coach Bob Nichols ant his team.Tension was high before group or league for an those ty Tom Andrews

aunts KHISM-*IICND Of IEUCTU moats III HIM OLD MI NOOf KMUN MTIUUI CO.ova the game began. Black Toledo player. Bob Miller bad been Interested So that the
suspended the week before for absenteeism from class Threatsof necessary arrangements may Our rowboat slipped silently

Witch violence prompted limiting ticket sales. The incident points be made for the preparation( among sailboats and cabin ,

up the Intense _pressure on Black athletes of star status. "of food, notify us March 3, cruisers lying peacefully at.
This Clown anchor. A burnt-orange sun

Editor Talks' With ,Potentials made its last appearance U we
tied to ft ,
LEO 10 '. 45.31 up a buoy dropped
t p from a shred of cumulus to the

d 'A,9p Jreetops In ear afar a1nai11y
11 23 51 "partner and I just enough time
to clip on the new 'Lucky'
Ir > YANCEYJOINS Luiont we had been
1 turn loose on the enc:,
I made this bay productive.
O Billy Cullerton was with me
on this evening several years
ago Bill' a long time comftan
ion on Louis Johnson Ca'a
.1... 32 11 staff of fishing experts, had
p' M with him the first models of the
SOUTHSIDEFORDTEAM I xs/ Lui"ha -type lure
r rained heavily, all
Sometimes} 1ft'.,ogee:Scan i jme. 'day Now. at sundown we were

"e : He's don. He SubtracS tossing our Lujon among
Adds ) boats at rest over a weedy
He works it alt around,, ,;j IT anchorage that even some local
i .
anglers didn't know was the

I DEAR FRIENDS: t: 81' 71, It best Billy spot was on the fret, hang a

1.I I' AM NOW AT SOUTHS IDE FORD Coming Attraction* walleye boatsidej another,., gobbled just.We moments strung my lure another before at

I WHERE4.WE'HAVE' A GREAT LINE OF1969FORDSWITHOVER500IN r' 33.11'111 4. amallmouth nice..pair' of before walleye comparingnote. and. a

The Lujon. a' slim forged,
brass lure with treble boob in
1 MAN'S DAYSNUMIERED its heavy end, was just made'
1 for jigging We were casting
STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. I the nickel silver I model into 10
1i.lCy. to 20 ft of water. Our rapid

I COME BY SOUTHSIDE FORD AND retrieves were accompanied
"Mans Days are Numbered:" with whipping "acGbn of the

LET ME DEMONSTRATE ONE'TO YOU Health and Fortune can be' V rod rBi 'and I were amazed
Tours when you know 1oar'"Luc r Tp at the it'Coi which the
Days lure : ( ** to
TODAY it cast like a bullet la typi-
BEST REGARDS Lucky Colors, ect ,Ur.l Johnson fashion.) And the
$2 00 for your wqKlelabetg ,fish hit almost immediate/!
Guide for (though this Ian't always true).
4o Horoscope '. ,Satisfied that -Lucky Kujan
"Ldf MARCH performed well in a cast.and"
i ; J'J'Seo4 retrieve situation, and withdusk
Fill In the blank below deep about us,' we dropped
Post our lures over the aid*
:mail to ZODIAC
5303 :Box 1171, Jacksonville, ; lift, : agIig editor u l till 1IJ I..ri11tft; r.i i w TB When' they 0 in.hit and bottom flicked, we the retrieved

\ SOUTHSIDE FORD FAMUAK student newspapw at Florida AM University ASBM BmIIUdItWl-i Bart. rod tap*. :_
BEACH BLVD. Kum Harris Fort: Lauderdale Is editor of THE FAMtIAMwhlkHartlfrom. al ettq andls For five minute, it seemedthe

I ';STREET: editor of tile RATTLER. University yearbook, IQe1DbIrr.. a tilt rAMtJ ea gap to recruit fish had deserted us. But

''W-TtOJP\tB' ___. tsAanU for summer:.eejmlcyaMot u reporters n*Miami II vg.h that'* how long it took those-I
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I Houston U. Pray Warns Blacks On Violence Says University Considers Efforts '

I Mi..I All Wins Milifiifs Lorillard Helps Negro College Fund Hack Liberation leaders Says I

Against, Revolitionary Tactics Rights Of Neftro Are Inportaat.

KNNUPOLm(1fP1)Two DALLAS (NW) The' to small businesses through
by a federal court for
concern shared throughout the services
special professional
Black leaders
warned refusing II die U Into the
alait nation over the rate of small Implementation of these goals
af attempts to stage a Armed Forces said Blackpeople's
Slack revolution. business firms that come tIP was begun January 6
use of force would and disappear each year has Identify th.smallbusinessmenand
champloa heavyweight Muhammad boxing be suppressed and their goals led the local Negro Chamber their products or services
would, accordingly not be at-
warned of Commerce to do something thecaamberwlllpubllshannually
Negro militants against taI.Ded."Tilt.
"resorting to revolution" "It \tbont halting or slowing down a "Big 'I)' Guide
would be only you'dhave :the high rate of failures. which will contain listings of
slaughter be
for Is blood
ygaraelf you Analysing the "business dropouts .hundreds of businesses civic
And Dr. Charles
Hat.iHton and flesh lying there on the ( "
the commerce group and social organisations and
a political scientist who baa '
ground. discovered the failures.-nine churches. Over 10,000 copies
been named to a special to
According Dr. Hamilton, oat of 10-resulted from a will be distributed addition
at professorship Columbia to urban studies a Black-power advocate "One weakness in management. This the guide will be supplemented
University should not begin to calculate .
weakness usually Indicated and
was by a monthly newsletter
seconded .
the motion by asserting
his movements toward a deliberately -
that armed by such characteristics U unbalanced a quarterly economic outlook.
revolution Unot
Intended military experience, Inability These supplements will provide
a method of achieving \
to merchandise soundly and to factual, up-to-date Information
decision-making authority or While not
counseling violence
control operating expenses that will keep the businessmen
opportunity for
Negroes. he supports such "confronta failure credit intelligently
to grant abreast of current economic
who bees
five-year tion" tactics as boycotts teed a basic
term to understand and soci-economie trends
sit-ins. / and to assistance'
Inventory relationships Provide direct

Aetna, Life's Urban Needs (hit' '.\ manage,The C of finances.C found the tendency chamber and advice has to Inaugurated businesses,referral the-

I by small firms to fall could be system for... by Us

Headed By WasMagtoaiaB' 'tt ;,y i& ; boiled failure down to give to sufficient three areas timeto needing members. publlcrelatloas Member businesses

L plan ahead on management service, advertising service: ,
HARTFORD, Conn. Aetna a unit operating exclusively in 11.I problems; lack of proper or- business management, loan
Life and Casualty announced the area of urban problems. s'r
sanitation; lack of adequate advice, and letter-mailing services
creation of a special: department The 40-year-old Luke,.wha
planning; and lack of funds- have only to call the
.which wllldevelopcompinywlde brings It years of experiencein mental operating and financial chamber. The chamber will
programs to help solve urban goverment, urban affairs and relationships. refer the appropriate professional -
problems. law to the new post has been Setting Itself to the task of service to toe business
The new urban affairs depart- with the District: of Colllmbiamaror'
minimizing the failure rate, the at greatly reduced rates.
.ment will be headed by Sberrlll office since 1967. local C of C came up with a
D. Luke, program development There he administered the rI pilot project for 1969. which Driver IgnoranceNEW
director for the mayor of WashSHERRILL District' Model Cities baud be used as a model in YORK-The Imuranee

Program, supervised the .1, other areas of tte country The Information Institute notes that

summer youth program and KE.ORLUNS'"A. : $10,000 contribution by Lorillard Corpora-;. Graduate Study In Business for Negroes In America Making plan seeks to: one third of the nation'118,000
coordinated programs dealing lion to the United Negro College Fund accepted by Dr. Stephen: the presentation wen Joseph W. Williams left, personnel Play a leadership role In providing high ichooli have no driver education
with poverty neighborhood J. Wright, left center president of organisation, and Donald services manager and Charles A. Sterling, right, marketing Information of clatiei although sub
service centers Jnvenile.delln.qnency L. BoUowell right center president of UNCF's National Alumni services manager for the tobacco firm. The men were In New Importance to the small Randal auto insurance premium
.the aged.and higher Connc.ll. Lorrillard, manufacturer of cigarettes also announced Orleans for the twenty-third annual conference of the National businessman the totaleommnnlty discounts are available to
education.Re a previously allocated $5,000 contribution to the Consortium for Alumni Council of UNCF. and to parents of students given driver
from UCLA In
Provide advice and assistance education
1950 and served as administrative -
ti assistant to the city St. Aiflistiae's Senior Louisiana Parishes I

manager of Richmond, Calif, Helps Minorities WHEN YOU ARE ILL
'before earning a masters Sued For Bias
degree from the University of Named Wilson DesignateRALEIGH
California at Berkeley. SHREVEPORT La.-(NPQ-
I.. Scarborough earned all "AS" Suits filed You Seek 'The Best Doctor.
After two years' Air Force N.C. Danny were by the Justice
service Lake returned to Richmond : Scarborough, 11-year-old during the first semester 1967- Department recently against When Your Doctor Prescribes /
as assistant to the city senior English major at Saint 68. He is now student teachingat three parishes (countlrs)within get Experienced PharmacistsTo II
manager. Shortly after Augustine's College has been the East Ridge High School the state which are still operating Fill Prescriptions accord-
obtaining his law degree from t honored as Woodrow Wilson in Rochester, New York. Danny on a dual school system- Ing To Your Doctor's Orders.
San Francisco's Golden Gate ,Designate.One was listed among students selected one for whites and one for We Use Only The Best Quality
College In 1960, ho became thousand, one hundred six for the 1968-69 edition Blacks. Drugs. C.E. BLACK
D. LUKE assistant to the governor of students representing 949 colleges of "Who's Who Among Students The parishes are Morehouse, Proprietor
ington, D.C. The Aetna appointment tary. were the finalists In a in American Universities and West CarroU-tnown KKK
is effective April 1. In 1962 he WllippolatdCall1onll'l competition for which 11,704 Colleges." He is a past editor- country for years-and Cata-
Luke will be responsible for secretary for ,candidates were nominated last in-chief of the student paper. toula Cajuncountrrpart 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You
'developing and directing Aetna urban affairs and drafted the October.' All those receiving The Pen. In addition to numerous French, part anything else,with
.programs which help: solve Governor's Code of Fair designations by the Foundations club affiliations, he is anetuber racial segregation rampant In ---A COMPLETE LINE OF- ..

tea problanu oWUesand urban Practices .dealing withnondiscrimination. t .,wej Interviewed by panels of { of the Alpha_Kappa. ,Itu r its seven, whilte and; two Negro ', ;
.clizens) including those related Named college, professors and Honor Society; scBools. Most larger cities and f Cosmetics RubbW' Goods *Candles"-"" .. l
to housing and other needed secretary of governor's cabinet academic administrators. Scarborough: Is the sou of Mrs. towns In the state have turned 'SUDdrleaJlREICRIPTlONS :. .,
...ta U1tiel." In 1964, Lute assisted then Prior to 1961 the Woodrow Bertha Lewis of Wake Forest. to integration of the school ,
As urban affairs director for Governor Edmund G. Brown In MARK BATTLE Wilson Foundation, with Ford CALLED, FOR Al J)

the nation's largest all-lines formulating policies on health Foundation funds,annually made DELIVERED- ...
,insurer, Luke will also act asliaisonith welfare business and commerce WASHINGTON. D.C.Mart direct financial awards to 1,000
government and and correctional pro- Battle former administrator, United States and Canadian C44t.e ISO KINK HAD 353.1279
Work Programs
Bureau of Training -
other involved with students to support their first
grpups cedures for adults and youths. '
problems of the cities. ,Before Joining D.C. Mayor for the U.S. Labor year of graduate study. Phone Lilly's Dn Store
Department's Manpower Administration
YOUR OWN HOME 354-6746
announcing the
appointment Walter Washington's staff, he has been elected
Olcott D. Smith, Aetna chairman served as an attorney In a Los president,and chairman of the Chicago Club Accepts'

said: "The problems Angeles law firm and for MCA, board of First Opportunity ALL BRICK I WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENO
confronting the central cities ,Inc. In addition, be has been a Investments Inc, a Small First Black Man ,
are enormous. They command consultant to the Ford Business Investment Company Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot!
the attention of all businessesas Foundation on manpower' of Educational CHICAGO (NPI) The =- 3BEDROOM As Low As
well as and subsidiary first Negro member has Joined
government, training programs for the hardcore -
Inc It
the efforts of each of us as unemployed.Aetna Sciences Programs tile Union League Club which As low se s
announced recently by Thomas
Individuals Our company is has already Initiated a consists mainly of men In the IMo $195 downPlus
C. SounD, chairman of the 3P A'
deeply committed to helping number of programs designed board of ESP. business and finance fields. MOOS C
solve these problems." to help urban citizens principally The SBIC has been incorporated The new member Frederick NDA3 St. Sales Tax
With formation of the new In Hartford. Among them In the District of Columbiaand C. Ford, 42, a vice president v.rno pw1 1o ,68 PONTIAC' CATALINA . . . $2995
department, Aetna becomes one are Its "adoption" of Weaver. will have offices In Wash.Ington and controller of Draper and Just out DIVISION SALES A 20th OFFICE ST. EXP I 1lt\, 1. ".cN't ''' AIR' CONDITIONED '*CTO''r TRAMIFIR"'
of only a few corporations with High School programs for and New York City. Kramer a real estate management 68 BUICK"ELEC.. 225 $3995
training disadvantaged persons 68 PLYMOUTH 'FURY 111 . . .'. $2695
Gr.Rbliag'sTechology AIR CON IT// '' WARRANTY
68 PONTIAC 1PRix'. .. .. . $3595
\ 68 RAMBLER 770 . :. . . .. $2295
Craftsmanship lives in Benchmark. CHEVROLET' TY.
t.MPAt.U . .. .. ,$1995r.
Measure Bourbon ]I
your against it. 66 CHEV SUPER SPORT .. . .. .. .$1793
IJ"A IMIISIOH. rcw" """"" "*
GRAMBUNG, La. Initial jMVsWj
response to Grambllng MACKEREL 68 PONTIAC T MCI'1 CUSTOM . .. ,$2395

College's plan to inaugurate a WHITING ............................. Lb.49C .' frflmi&WBSttSK/' .RADIO a "ATI" Ala COM67TBIRD -
degree Industrial technology: LANDAU . $2895

program, and a two-year certificate LARGE MULLET 39f 60 CHEVRO i nsrSTltio B Y WAGON .$19!

technical-education area The men who make this Bourbon still OVER'100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
.of study has been tremendous. Whole Green LOBSTER ..... 1.59lb..
think you can do a better job if you care We Take Deals Where Others Refuse
about the Limlltd
Inquiries programs imtunt
have been coming from ever a lot for your craft. BLACK SEA BASS .................. 59 lb. Credit Approved on Spot
where, according to So,they were happy with the name KING MACKEREL STEAKS ... 79' lb.
Stewart, dean of the Division Benchmark. means,"that which othersare R. EVANS
of Applied Sciences and Technology measured against". STEAK FILLETS ...................... 9$' lb.

at Grambllng They think their Bourbon lives to SPEC TROUT ....................... 69' Lb.

Industrial arts will be granted Taste it and see what you think. LOBSTER TAILS ...............,. 3.75 LL. 44381 OPEN 'TIL 9:30 P.M. EL 4-8382

with specialization In one of '" ,
the following areas: Benchmark-
and refrigeration -
Premium Bourbon.
automotive technology,
,building technology, drafting
technology, electronics technology -

Negro and metal, Holds electrical technology.Secoid technology IT !

I Highest Payiig

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Post li Illiois

.. CHICAGO (NPI) -After XlliLA
,four years as executive Uroctor ro
of the Chicago Committee on
Urban Opportunity Dr. Deton ,_
X,', Brooks Jr., has moved. sty
:to bead the city's new departmist -
of human resources. The
:60-year-old veteran govern-
'sent educational figure wffl
void the highest position ever i
bald by a Black man laths local '
:city government, and will be one s !
of five city officials pulling s
$$?,000 a year.The sole official ,
w ojn.
receiving more Is the mayor, .,s a.a..ea ae.etr ea.yas e.. e.W Wla y.N h..a J... i a 5.Mwdnne,Itr., on McDUFF N. of BEAVER SATURDAY MATINEES 1:3O .
who.gets $SSJX oo amnallr..

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PACE I' Sill 'AtIS SATlllAt. IAICI I, 1111

.J'Pr.1I.ssl" Brenda Cason Gives Bl Til HEEIYll Inft
. BaptistCONTINUED APAS -AKAs Lead In Scholarship Prominent BaptistWomen RAVE A PROBLEM
Concert For Sarah
Leave For
FROM P. 4Santera1. They come for many reasons;
troubled debts, nervousness
McGinnis Society
settlor women. Mrs. Holley,
Downstate MeetA problems, and
President Sum will call the money
convention Into business Wednesday president oftheseniorWoma'sConvention Miss Brenda CUd. daughter domestic troubles... Some .have.
at (.SO a.m. Auxiliaries Auxiliary to the at Mr. andMrs. Wilbur canon large delgatlon of Jacksonville been able to buy homes, cars,
will retire to sister chorchei General Baptist Convention of 1711 Went lltk Street, wlllbi n women will leave by bas pay off old bills, get Jobs, and
(for their openings at 2 p.m. Florida, lac., first vice a piano recital TS at 5 a.m. Tuesday, April I, evea pay their children's: way
of the IfIUoIIIWomtll' dat
Each year apersoaallty, president. ch 13, at 7 p.m. from the Day Spring Baptist through college and go Into
I well Informed and with strong Inc., will speak on at New Bethel AME Church, Church, to attend the meeting business at their own.
Interest In the causes of the Mrs.Friday Lee morning., Mrs Mrs.Johnson Miller and, Third and Tyler, tor Ha Sarah of the Baptist General State All your problems, all your
work In the betterment of the their McGlnnis Missionary Society. Convention hi Pensacola, Fla. heartaches, your sickness,your
Mr. Jones will deliver
minority In the Improvement Miss Canon If a graduate at .,. The bus will leave Pensacola troubles could be very well
of race relations. Is chosen to annual addresses.How The will GeneralPresident's be at the New Stanton High School. "I '. .# ..' ..,.,,'.., j Saturday at ISOp.m..A.doDat1oa: over with this adapted prayer
make the keynote address. Rev Elliha Jones U pastor. .. -.ri.f' at $15.00 will be required.Coordinators on faith and belief,
I Dr. Sams'vicepresUwtwill : "' ''''I .
Rev. WAJones of Brooklyn, p.m. Mr. M. Jones is coordinator.Mri. .J will be Mrs C.E. Jesus said: If two of yon shall
M.T. will .be the"speaker! this be In charge. Olivia Btrrell is preal* .Williams: Mrs. Sadie Fedd, I agree on earth u touching any
The election will be held after
year. This will be a feature of the Rev. CJL Weaver dent of tile society. ? Mrs. Sarah Rice, Mrs. Ella M. thing that they shall ask It
message. Norton and Mrs. Gertrude for m'theword
shall be done the
the Social Service Row. Re Is
at Day Spring Baptist, will preside Barnes. :
pastor of the Bethany Missionary -. entering upon his nineteenth NEWS KAILINE agree means blending
faith and oar desire, for
Church of ,
Baptist! Brooklyn in that
year capacity.
All news chouldbe III theFlorlda IN MEiURIANMRS. specific purposes It is faith
and will be beard Thursday On Saturday the young people
Star act that will move God
by r.1daatlp.m.
at I
afterooo p.m. will give their annual program: '
Among other speakers will be The Tiny Tots will also be If you should mail your newt to perform miracles.You
Dr. Susie E.Holley,ft.Lander featured. On Sunday, Dr. Suns It should be mailed Monday n can write for you prayer
dale, who will be guest of the will deliver the annual sermon. that It will reach our office to Sand' lessons today. Send a self
Tuesday addressed envelope along witha
$2.00 donation to:

r I P.O. Box 1176
: ] LEOYANGEY : Pompano Beach, Florida
1" Visit our prayer and blessing,
Service. Call Area Code 3059723342Pompano.
Alpha Phi Alpha pray,' Delmar K. Mitchell and Alpha Kappa Alpha prexy LindaLewliarj Beach-'
.shown here as they '"bone np" for winter quarter final exams coming up at Tennessee AAT __ Fla.
;1 o 1:1 State University. Their organisations led all fraternities and sororities at the Nashville
: University in the last compilation Issued several ysago by the Dean of Faculty, Dr. William
N. Jackson. Mitchell Is a senior from Glances, m, and is majoring in health and physical St.
i960 Thomas 3 nice
1My'P education. Miss Lewis, from Jacksonville, Fla., is an English major. Miss Lewis' parents i:Prt. bath. Close In Conv.rooms to

:; JOINS are Mr. and Mrs. Alonxo F. Lewis of 2626 West Edgewbod Avenue. Photo by Joe Zion ,bus art school $17.50 per wk.I ..

tr :.J MRS. ADAM. LEI I Can 388-647Z.
: Gone"is the face we love so'
9 SOUTHSIDEFORDTEAM Citizens CommitteeFor I;dear, Silent the voice we love Car Fir Sill
{ Ml. Calvary FJC PlansHospitality to hear; Too far away for sight tOO Pontlac Inspected. Readyto
Action MeetsThe ; or speech, But! not too,far for go. $150 cash or $23 per.
Citizens Committee For CONTINUED) FROM P. 5.Baptist Coarse thought to reach; Sweet to;e- month. Ph. 7245030.Plistir .
member her who once was here,
Action, leaded by Willie Motley, will be present. Aft A new, 2-year associate in and who, tho' absent Is Juntas Sticcitr
DEAR FRIENDS: president, has scheduled a mass p.m. Rev. TJt. Lee and the science degree program InHospitality 'dear.
meeting to be held at the Eaver- well-known SpringhlU Baptist Management The family. New and repair Jobs. Reasonable -
NOW son Street Baptist Church,State 'will be present.On been added to the curriculumof and prompt service. Free
and Eaverson, on March 9 at Koodal night, March 17, the Florida Junior College at' 'RIII. Fir Rut estimates. 30 years exper.

} WHERE WE HAVE A GREAT'LINE OF 7:30 p.mMotley .has\ emphasized the Re.8.L. Badgerwillbepresent Jacksonville dean, according of Technical to Carl Work guaranteed 3569100.
with Emanuel Baptist Church Carilgan, Room. Westslde. Ph. 768-5M7.
Importance of community betterment CLINK TYPIST
i Occupational Education at the
Rev. W.C. Mitchell and Little
1969 FORDS-WITH OVER 500 IN This meeting will have Rock Baptist will participate.Rev. San Diego campus. Excellent opportunityfor
as its primary aim the development '
B.T. Overstreet aid Mt. The program is designed to RUSE ,FBI SUE Qualified person. Good .'
,STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. of. a program of definite Tabor Baptist and Rev. Grant prepare mid-management level liberal fIllip benefits. Apply
action. Lee, ktt Ulla Baptist Church personnel for the hotel, motel On nice lot. Total price $3,000. In person, St. Regis Paper'
Prominent speakers will be will be present.Services close restaurant and Institutional '$418 Plateau. Phone 7653613. Company, between 9 a.m. and
COME BY SOUTHSIDE FORD AND Rev. H.L. Herod, WOBS, Monday night. .industries.! ':a Pl1.
atterney Earl M. Johnson, '

LET ME DEMONSTRATE ONE TO YOU Common Master Couch W.H.ReedJr.of,. Worshipfnl! ', Patronize Firms That' Advertise' '"FOR RENT "FOR S'Ilf'1

,Harmony Lodge No.1, and 311 W. 6th St. 1 bedroom, unfurnished -
TODAYe BEST REGARDS others. apartment.$53.00 per 4 HOUSES: LOW PAnmIf .
vf Rev Olin Johnson is pastor li YOUR Newspaper I .ono. ,887-1201.
ft the church. All are invited. till ;.Placeda St.: $$4.00$: cUb
J. t1\: tuuwiuJ 35.00 mo. 5 rms. ft bath. Six
FOR SALE' mo. free while yew repair.van

ySSm -.... dalism. Bal.! $3,690.
It TochiidiK Coupler Operators 224 Spearing St. 26 rooms an.bath ills W. lat St. $45.00 cash.
., ... '|- home. Low down pay- 35.00 mo. 3 rms. A bath.. Bal.*
ment and balance. $12,.90 per $3,790.
SOUTHSIDE FORD t Supply Clerks mo.: Sill M. 1st St. $45.00 cash.
BEA 311 W. 6th St. 4-unlt apartment $25.00 mo. 1 year free while

_.. building.\ 3 rooms and bath in your repair and install plumb-
each apartment. $15,000. ing. $2,490.
; ;IIIIII lllilill il;; I '" Terms. 3221 Franklin St. Cor. 23rd.
r. l' ll' "
"t bath Needs
fpUNDlHICBEERealtors 4 rms. repairs.. ,
III; 'I. I Prices Good' Only At I i, 1)0) 100 1 i you fix.: Bal $3,990. -
1 1 I MTSSAGAf0 ;54-5435:: 317 W. Forsyte St| Call Monday 356-8920.

J ell' \\0 S .. '
I Bills Struts '

I j', C *21st. t Myrtle" I It's the technology at tomorrow.. Von know it. We know It. I. .lady fan.or 3-rm.couple.apt.Quits.Siogle Nochlld-moon, OF ALL ACES "

JIF ren. 5310 Dodge. Rd..764-0901. Take New IMPROVED NATURE
I 33ri t KncriifE.iiwni1 I If you can help us "bear" and understand the kind of talk Saturn-Apollo TABLETS for that tired, ran
vehicles send back from span, then we at Federal Electric Corporation want down feellngthatkeepsyoofrom
I An. I to talk to you. i' NEED HIP eDjo1lDIl1f.. .

I FRIDAY, MARCH 7 I We're prime contractor to NASA. for communications instrumentation LOVE:, Money'f'? ;15 1QB.00.Tablets$1.00 $3.00 deposit; ZOO on Tablets COD'S.
support at Cape Kennedy. We're still er lf1Dr. We need many more eyes and H Let Me Help Too. EMPIRE: PRODUCTS ft SALES
I t.tai WED. MARCH 12mTmsm" I ears on the mob.,.technicians, computer operators and supply clerks who'llbe Strictly Confidential i dept FS, 5937 .. Broadway;
right where it's an happening. Because handle all communications\ ground WAMSAIDE, Dept. f'S'' Chloago. Illinois 60626TOOTHACHE
/ measurements and calibrations, computations, telemetry and timing for this. 110I81Rondebolch
program to pot men on the mooo..aad beyond.If Cape;
r Soyth.Airlca I
: REG yon want to be where It', happening in apace, tileD FEC has a dynamic
7.50 place for you.CIINIRICATIIRS. .
Duet attic h..lIat,
FOR SALE .NOWl I pale hi Mcondt it million -do with
Bottle! :
: I li loudDECANTER I II ORAJEL. Moor dutliti recommendOlinr '
TECKICIilJ QRA.JEL: until you set
100 PROOF ONLYI 1 I Illlaititel profllllon.1 eeatmenLora ..........-
I Applicants should have at least 1 year's experience in the following areas: t
el'. :
'* cl"S''' :::. :.i !
j 1 KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BODRBOH I Audio Communications *CCTV Systems 5P =.
Intercom' Systems *
Of Telephone Systems

I I 3 1645, I Ii ELECTIIRKS TECHNICIANSjrears' IN 'HiircitswT5c.

i LAST... 5ths I transducers: electronic, signal"laboratory conditioners per, multlpleion maintaining, dlgltyera and,_repairing recorders.i measuring and other WASHINGTON HT$. .Processes./11

:complex electronic equipment Will build breadboard circuits and perform .
; "" 111111111111111111111.1 > functional and environmental tests as directed by engineers. Develop and use Riili-Ritrifintir :LEARN, lirlirlif
,test circuits and set up and operate laboratory instrument testing equipment,
RE6' 4.95 ,SEAGRAM'S constrict specialized measuring Instrumentation.AOXILIAIY I lit Mistily Pifiiits ENroll Now'A

: '
I EXTRA DRY GIN I II yearV experience in the digital computer field la the !operation ojt various. 4 Bedroom-$56.11 {EACH MONDAY
ilopment equipment! such as: ill trODlc plotting devices, photographic
equipment associated plotting devices,wlrlngprogram boards ,HIT. $21IIINI jicksoivilUlifher :
for printers, and various' BAM equipment.
I .90 Proof5ths .1 ; VULCAN INC. ; :CollttIVETERANSI I

I O: I II i CIMPITEIIPEIATIIS 7003.Ken Knight-Dr. S'PDtF'C'1'LG,3Qjt4r .

I S S t \-\/\ years' experienced the operation large and median scale computers. 7683479., lf5. -;'8'l.i
S "'4G 3''; 1140 S Ability to control and direct operations at the mala computer. Readying
I equipment for operation, monitoring operation and corrective action la stop
I I II and error situation. sr

f.t.\ tt9"lll1l IMPORTED'FROMSCOTLAND SPILT CLERRS Move In fora lit tie as:I t 0

I Requires 1 year's experience warehousing and stock control work. DOW N
'I I

; Interested and qualified applicants call collect Monday ton Friday, 9 a.a.

CRAWFORD'SSCOTCH I to 5 p.m., Employment Office at (305) 7M-0200., r

: Or, you may send details of your background la confidence to Mr. LJL.
I 'f' ;: I Hamilton, Federal Electric Corporation, Sttte 102, Cape Royal BuUdlag
Cocoa Beach, Florida 32931. (h/eprjrmtvrtfer: to oar ad$MO)
I ,.1ft. I 314 bedroom plan wlthl, ,.1 Yi,
s .:. : 4 95Sths 2 batht and garage. -'
RJ Modem ichoott, churthe* and a COM-
3I k.i$ 3 II FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION I' :"T T. plate tkoppina rentar close by.

ITT'i World-Wide Service Auoctat. ,. -- LINCOUI: ESTATES

; rllllllllllllllllllilllllll.llllllll.j e_A Plant(for Progress Equal Opportunity Employer(Imf f) 171 JO RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 76516851I

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