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 15, 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 )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Just a month before the murder ,of Washington,D.C.,told a large MEMPHIS Mrs Coretta Questions have perplexed even. with
of Mrs.. Ritter the convicted audience at Florida AtM State of inveltlptor. pre
King, widow of the late Dr. the most persevering off
woman was convicted of manslaughter tbiverslty this week that Blacks
bow Ray picked
Martin Luther King, Jr., is 1s
In the fatal shooting must strive for control of lands ova house rom which at-
demanding that further investigations
ot her husband during a Fourth la the ghettos and In the inner have fired the
Into the dastardly assassination he is said to
j of July outing on Bethune Beach. cities. of the leader last ,shot. Another Is how be l.I1IIhI1'r
Her defense attorney, RalphClarton \ I ,Dr Dennard was the keynote April 4 should be continued chose the correct vantage point,
ot Deland, persuaded ''-- .. speaker at a ceremony obser- Is how.he,knew
Mrs..King contends that mote another
the, county Judge to lower her ;' } j pr;tW ihe-elghtr-ecccnd anntrer**r doe ..Still would stay at that ,
than Involvedin D Ktag
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fine from|25,0010 500. '''' .," t., \ [ sary of the founding of, the; the murder and that the particular botel.FAfAU .
Tie woman was the CIIl,woman "-'. school. of to 89
( sentencing Ray yearsIn
under death penalty in Florida : i tL J [ The speaker said Negro prison cannot suffice. Alimiii'
She escaped Saturday, March r .\ t residents must have the skill Rev. Ralph David Abernathy the
t, and it considered extremely .The Jacksonville Chapter of Links Inc., one of US chapters throughout the country sa obtained by attending schools I Dr. King's successor u head
dangerous. Governor Kirk has 'putting forth every effort to reach the objectives set by the national organization. Shown such u ,FAMU. There they I of SCLC, stands by Mrs. King Plan Banquet
ordered an investigation into above are two members ot the local chapter Mrs Carolyn Miller on the left, Mrs. Bessie can learn and understand the In her beliefs.Qn the.confrarv.'
the matter. Latest reports were Canty center visiting the Juvenile Center where they are assisted by Mr. ,Wilcox, one ot technicalities of land acquisition I according to District Attorney 'For New Head and the-
that carelessness on the part the staff development the Phillip M. Canale no further
of some employes might !have subtle problems of politics.The of Florida
evidence !has been found to require The local chapter be
led to her treeing herself by iA ffSi s-'i' ; White Doctor'sOpINioR ; FAMU alumni urged the : a furtherance of Investlptlons. AIM University Alumni and
climbing two barbed wire .f Y4N t es'.StNN ;Audience to keep up with legislation I Association will honor Dr. into
fences. 11i.t. that allows for the giving Mrs from her Benjamin L. Perry new -
Af J i xi i i{ :Kors.',Jtererr Belies grants, the creation of colleges I headquarters In Atlanta, said of the university at a

} .<'tj .}n..1'r.'ik..' ,. ,<> ," model cities. He said 'I recently, "Ray's plea of guilty1' banquet Friday, March II, at
Speaker 1"'fr 'j.. 1 ""' that; if the Blacks these daysoverlook Ballroom
I cannot be allowed to close the 7:00 p.m in the Grand de
,, ltl k C-'' i1tf"" "pyaiier r,: : ; 1930 AttitudesATLANTA possibilities they will 4,:ase, to end the search for the of the Mayflower Hotel. of'
:":? .. :: :;: .. "' have passed the most important '
; r;:t ;1l''i./fjrl -f, over I many fingers which helped pull Dr. Perry is the first alumnus
r ;:. r irrHACliilif5fore;' ; (; l : :Swap at -A book,"Scotts- era of world history. t he trigger" of the university ,to become ,

,' boro, A Tragedy of the *, *, *, The widow continued "A U president.Dr. .
he'd the )tiui beadlrtcouitlaned.; attl e' American South", authored by I concerned people must press the Andrew Robinson, principal ,
ttIcree MMdgi. the BIIet coma sty. The XI strre A University ot Maryland Links' Inc. Has State of Tennessee and the William M. Bathes High ,
\ate, basted at eeeae sad Ninth Myrtle Aram history professor, Dr. Carter,,I United States t government to School, is serving u general
.- Street; riot and ,GoUUr a.Streets lorida AvenueJ and published by the Louisiana continue until all who are re- chairman of the affair. He 1s
d The peps wsa burred being placed ca sale by the operator of .State University Press, throws Varied ProgramFor iponslble for this crime are inviting the general public to ac-
'iN atom two weehe ape banana. be did DOt lib certain IIfIIII] strong doubt on the guilt of the ipppehended.! attend. Reservations may be Ben
.. 1v"a h edit rW'/ *** erttea' by'Eric, O. Simpson.r ..five Scottsboro,Ala.Blackboys, Ray startled the nation and made by contacting Monsolee '.
; ... FIARWA STAR II prodacMl, lip to the point d camerar' who, 11I11131. all in their teens, HumanityThe he world by pleading guilty T. Davis, local chapter president
...". :b;./I ** Sick writers,- typists,' typesetters i were thrown Into ,Jail and. to first entered a plea ot guilty at 764-OlU or 354-02(5.
fMt&tt! people kQesJtoedtosem the Black community...; threatened with death for their name Links, Inc.., has to: first-degree murder and said The local chapter wW hold a the
; Us clubs and civic organizatloas.addition.. it is* alleged raping of two Alabama become a nationwide symbol of he disagreed with the belief that brief meeting Saturday, March .
ea6ylteco-owned hewapepsr IOI"tIa of Tampa;:..' : white girls, both In their twenties service to humanity. The local 10 conspiracy was linked with 15, at 1:00 p.m at the Myrtle the
...petdlaier It the,"STAR Al4berecr.tI.laconvenlencs in March, on a train. chapter still in Its Infancy,has he dastardly deed. Avenue Branch Library. Area and
hew nperecI JuotbeJDcallletoNC'llrt capJea It the This revelatoncomesInpart, launched out on a pretentious AJnstice Department official Contact Persons are asked to ,
{ .* lllelol1lorDer eta*bit pointed out that scores from a statement by retired program ot social effort designed emphasized that the plea ot make a full report. Reservations -
v ,,..*"sa '*.* 11,181IIIr 'I"***:Werywe*.' Judge James E. Horton,'now to encourage and develop ullty; does not necessarily may also be secured at.
KAPLAN eM.iseiMtet.. .nta are still celling the 91, who said that the white 'those, in need of assistance.Links conclude: the case. the meeting.
mm, too their Inc., was organized
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g paper Dr. Marvin
physician Lynch
\ 1937 in New Brunswick, N.J., Gala Gospel Festival Concludes {
C. Lenwood Lee, tealNAACP .t;" "' L' '>-' '_' w 4 now 65 and still practicing, and now numbers 165 chapters.The .
'President, has announced that '",'.,.. tr ', ", cmlog, PI" ;cbao lhe said to him, "There Is not the totals more
Klvte Kaplan, National :". ... .
President d the NAACP will the defendants were Innocent"Judge This widely-growing organ-- ..
serve speaker for the NAACP Suspect Took Cash Horton Identified Dr. ration has a three-dimensional The Eugene Butler Chapter the evening in a battle with ,
Lift Membership Dinner, Lynch1 u the white physician program. Emphalssls placed on of I: the Cancer Society, the Willie Morganfleld. Little ,<< r,
scheduled for 6 p.m. Marco who examined the two white service to youth. Stress Is ]Florida Star, Mrs. Ethel Sammy Stephens will be there. I 0,
21, leGlI, at the Heart of Jacksonville women claiming rape and told placed on floe arts for every ]Davenport Bannister, chairman He 11.reputed to be a wizard t
Motor Hotel. $9.00 In him, the Judge, la confidence, body. lDternatlonal..rviee.1Dd I of: theSpeclall.IItIComm1tte. dnihe f organ. Dorothy Milton ( at
Mr. Kaplan, d Chestnut Bill, Totaling that they ere not raped.According treads receive their share d and Eric, o. Simpson, editor and her "Biblical Gospel SIDet
Mass, the retired presidentand to Information Dr. Lynch, consideration ...Jt;; er.", heralded over the country ,(:
has dented that. He added that I .
general manager of Therefore In accord with this .. for their renditions, will be
Colonial Tanaing Company, Latest Bus "Be had forgotten a lot about agenda, the local chapter 3 IJtr' present. Jacksonville's owa"Sunny *
Boston,is a member ot man) Holdup the case." cared an International Rose Gospel Singers" I
notional organizations and has Judge Horton urged the medicto Edward Waters College will most ably represent this .
been the recipient ot many A nine-dollar robbery on a told Sergeant T.E. Johnson ana give the correct Information. foreign students and IPOD-I :*rea. Myrtle Barton II'' '
awards andhonors A.monctbem local bus netted the suspected Investigator D.L. Poston that Dr. Lynch,Judge Horton write, recently. director.
are an honorary degree of perpetrator a shot in the the robber, who carried a .22 said, "U I testified for those Members of the local Proceedsfor this unique affair
Doctor of Humane Letters shoulder jailing and a charged caliber, pistol fired one shot boys I'd never be able to go Inc have expressed will go toward aiding In the, ..
Doctor ot Law, Doctor d Humanities robbery. at the "driver Marvin Green back into Jackson County. for 'the opportunity to assist national Cancer Drive In Its.' Ie
the Human Rights The bus "stakeout" was Hot Weeks. ** ** dependent and delinquent girl. battle against the dread I'
'Award and the T. Kenyon suspected, apparently by the Patrolman Mays fired two met first activity that area dIIeUe. ,,
Holly Award for outstanding would-be robber. times with the service pistol. Arid Health' was a party. The chapter pro- r;. at*. Mrs Marion WhItehead, radio the
humanitarian service in civic,' Patrolman Thomas L. Mays The second hit the robber. vlded school supplies and j deejay will emcee the program.
cultural and philanthropic'fields. Robinson was treated at Devil The Hosts and Hostess
was riding.last Friday on a sewing kite and served snacks j t Friendly
bus at Jefferson Street As the Medical: Center, for a bullet Topic Of Payne Members of Links, Inc., plan i Coub will serve. Tickets are (
He Is tMccrary treasurer and bus approached Court D Hercules ,wound and was Jailed to continue this type of service \4'j L available. Advance sales' C : .
Director for Life, Jewish Robinson, 24, 1523 The new precaution, the bus Month Seiiiir through the year. They 'will BAKHBTEimd indicate the need ot purchasing .
Memorial Hospital; member Mariand Street t, robbed the "stkeont", retails from the conduct cultural-Interest activities. i IPS.. ETHEL D. early. 'I -
National Panel of Arbitrators, driver d$3.00. attempt d robbers to hold up. "Drugs and Toath" will be .Visits will be made chairman of the Eugene Advance admission Is $1.50. :, .
American Arbitration Association Mays,whowaslaplaln clothes, bus drivers.A the topic for discussion by the to the art museum, to movies, and Eric 0. Simpson, chairman Admission at the door U 82.00. C
; and treasurer dB'. few dip'aco a holdup man Allen Christian Endeavor and plans will be made for d the Eugene Butler unit Among UK many outstanding, Ii .a
B'rith Vocational: Commission. V a driver This new precaution -,, League Sunday, March 15, at supervised play activities. report encouraging newt as to Jaxom. on the committee are: 1 --
Dr..,C.B. Melatosh, Ltfe ':HEWS IEAIUNE is in accord with the Payne Chapel AME Church, 'Links,, me, has outlined plans be gala musical to take place Mmes. Willie M.Wright,Lillian "v
Membership Chairman, d the program to protect businessmen 1210 East Mrd Street. Rev. B.A. for dory hours, for the supplying today night, March '17; at Fakley, Birdie Mallory,Audrey '
Jacksonville Branch NAACP, All ...should be la theFlorlda businesses and others \ KJalIa pastor, .of" clothes and shoes Edward Waters College m the Jones, Zenobla Smith, Roan o .*
is conducting an extensive campaign Star Office by Tuesday at 1p.m. f1.0Ia molestation.The TIlt discussion will aped atS far the girls for trips to town cancer battle. Hughes, Genevieve Crockett, S a'
to solicit 100 per cent K you should matt your news, JacksoavlllsCoaea ,...; Jacquelyn Jones Is for ......; II addition to "Battle ot the Ages" Is the Annie B. Madison, Vivian WUt -
participation from the citizens it should be mailed Monday co, Company ,' m the Meats ot president Brenda J. Harris to that,'te Us efforts to relieve mime given this grand affair, son, Marian Whitehead. Irene v
ot this "Bold New City", ,mat tt will. reach our office byTuesday. x,12the victim. of I reporter. The meeting open,<.ne strain ot need, Links, me., a cancer benefit effort.trother Williams, Olivia Forrest andLewis ...
Tickets are now on,trnle. to the ptbUe., win help with spending change. Joe May will htglgbtt Howell. C

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Published' by tilt norldi Star Publishing Company TIME, BUT THE KIDS s .. MEDICINE TUFTS Young Jr.



CAN'T GET ENOUGH BECAUSEOF CRUSHING .Foreign affairs ire YerJ mnchtnthe news these' days. wlahrllJa!
: 's to Europe, Middle East tendons, Paris
talks and yet another Berlin crllJl.
\ THREE. peace '
lauD.t bad its aharo ot'
WORK: About the only part ot the world tIIIt
iI i\\ It would be a serious mistake for the

ERIC 0. SIMPSOR..MARAGIN.1 EBITOIIILRA A SraUccnottorecwJderAmerlca'iroUaiere.AfttraDcestral .
homeland of more than a tenth of tile popilation,
: Africa claims peat Interest and affection among large numbers
VOOTER..CIICILATIOR' MANAGERMAILING I of Americans. Many of us are -

.. as concerned about racist i ..
liDlESS police-state actions to South I
Africa as we are about totalitarian -

2323 MONCRIEF 'ROAD 'I j actions Europe. [
'America depends on Africa

,.t. IIX 5SS JACKSORTILLE I- j tflT for much of Its raw materials
FIONA 3 2iJ. and resources. More and more,
it become apparent that It is in
PRONE 354.1112 our national Interest for self-
determination and prosperity |

MIAMI OFFICE 5111 .... 7tR. AYE. to thrive on the African continent I
: Our moral standing in the eyes
of the world goes down every
time we vote with South Africa In the U.N. or back a repressive
RATE colonial regime.
Tie real trouble spot today is the southern part of the
One Year, 312 00 Half.Year, 7.00 MaIled To You continent-billed by breakaway British colonists (Rhodesia),

jAnywhere In.The United StatesSubscription 1 South Africans whose leadership was In sympathy with Hitler,
,ir/ and the Portuguese (Angola, Mozambique), whose overlordship
Payable In Advance of the remnants of a once-great empire compensate them for,

present second-class status..
Send Check Or Money Order To; FLORIDA STAR-P.O.'BO 699 I Unless change comes to this troubled area, change that brings

:JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA '32201 power to the Black majorities, I don't see bow bloodshed can be
WILLFUL RETARDATION ? averted Unless the United States supports democratic Black
leadership In these areas, takeover by Chinese "and Russian-
supported extremists possible '

Life' Gives Tests ....fft..ttt...tOfM.H..t.O..............................gusiIa ........ A case in point is the recent assassination of Dr. Eduardo C.
Moodlane, leader of the Liberation Front of Mozambique rebels.

industries When seeking, or pursuing a civil a course service to Job school getting, one has a to Job be In tested.some i.Ia YOUR II I IaI Be knew was him an well anthropologist; be was a humane who once man taught who loved in the his United country States.I and.
WEEKLY for his
In schools, the scores earned by students are important factors who was dedicated to winning Independence people
In the determination of the final grade.If He returned to Africa to lead the tight for Independence. Since
democratic opposition was not allowed, be !had to resort to
you live upon this earth yon must take the tests administeredby
I life. These tests come to us dally and sometimes hourly It guerrilla tactics he and his cause were never backed by this
I to from the results of these tests that life gives us our grades. I ;: government, for fear of harming relations with Portugal. Yet he
Some people make excellent grades on the tests encountered I HOROSCOPE GUIDE : ": was Just the kind of man we should be supporting- Incorrupt
in life. Othersmake average grades, and still others score very Ibis individual capable of leading his country out of.the shadows
excellent. Other folks "flunk" life's tests. of a dying colonialism.
live .. Now, with Dr. Moodlane removed from the scene, it is possible
Many people by the test of "eye for an eye' and "teeth for, r -
a tooth' .Vengeance to theirs. Some get a grade of "bittin g j : that the liberation movement will deteriorate into a struggle
under the belt.": ADd many Individuals allow themselves to : .. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER .:. ; tor power between Russian and Chinese-Influenced factions.
become a "sour apple and so they fall the test. ...: 't; r / : This story is often repeated: a moderat.II&lIOIIalleader doesn't
Then an people who have received the graded "sponge", ,< p get the support he needs from the west and Is either pushed
because they are always ready to receive-take In-but never .: : leftward or is removed from :power and replaced.wttjj more I.
are they ready to give out. (_ : .,, WHICH ARE"YOUR LUCKYDAYS ': .,,1. t : irresponsblle elements. Then the U S. complains about not
Every man and woman has had let take the test of disappoint .' I : having friends in the country In question
ments. Some made good. grades with smiles, wb11e others : I'd like to see us take a more aggressive position support
flunked. Some wen able to make their disappointments the for African freedom movements. It makes no sense for an
stepping stones by which they climbed to greater heights life.. America that was born in revolution to ignore the plight of the
Black majority in South Africa. Nor should we support the one-
Remember that life, to continually testing! us., It Important .
for us to .u.dhat 1JIIIIlarri.'b f"" Wb1cIar.' 'J'''''' '/I"JI/I' ... tenth of Rhodesians who !happen to be white in their dictatorship
administered wits\ regnljtFW yes grade: be excellent,good', ,! ,.'J'Oftl:: I If ",II,': :i Mr :: '.t U tl -l9 .d YJ.t.- a: e: <: : F: ;: over: the ntne-tenthaof their/ countrymen who happen to be Black.
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average, or. tilingyt If'.I"' ft f V .. "-riw 1!.r.- .;. r rt ; xtaf ? ) t 'J,. .-- 'T.--- +S'; .wtnnmsvso hr 192re7e1 oeeeddepd. -up .aldj ft the"poor 'nations of' Black Africa is also

AT' <. '::;1 ( ...ti1CANCER....nil I....i .".ii Ii.,i.i....i 1 .....ii.I.! .... ..' !;Other countries Relief for, including starving small Blafra ones should like be Israel apriority, give Hem technicaland sere.

LIBIA'ROM economic assistance to Africa far out of proportion) to their
When Will "Bin It Down" Stop' ? CAPIICORNI01W. lilt or .their wealth. We should stop dragging our feet and pitch

All across the nation, new incidents of violent protest and URN HRE, SEPT. IEC. {In too.
vandalism have struck at downs of universities and colleges.
Club-swinging police and hit-run dissidents nave clashed time, 21tl HIT ;22li 23ri OCT. 23ri 22.d.JAN.. ISth
and time again in day-long series of scuffles.m It. Whether like .
Washington, the nation's governors voted overwhelmingly Look out. not, one has we to hold They point one 'way. Just to Tie hazards remai 1.'The tune The College Student SpeaksA
to condemn campus. disorders but rejected governor Ronald* words. They it is the only one add emphasis as well as verification may be different but the words
'Reagan's call for a federal Investigation out of tear U would, written In an provide for personal of what could transpire are the same. There may be
foment more unrest. The big requirements. The we- ca n look to a solar eclipse:VUbrans new ways of pressing homearguments pernicious by-product of tile demands (or' more public
The peraor.'pused a set of resolutions stating "lawless can one' II indicates that should be very careful perhaps in the recognition of Black achievements Is the notion that militants
acts by a small segment of the student population must not be ceaseless flow future for those 'to avoid late colds influenza fashion known as the hard sell have the right to dictate how others may express their views.
allowed to Interfere with the vast numbers of students who are propaganda that w1lhtu1 tb1nk1D& or any threats to their gainful But U'. the same package con It does not serve the cause of historical truth merely to
earnestly seeking an education." mass media I ability this con- endeavors. Should it be made taining the same old frustrations replace a stereotype "white" version of history with a stereo-
Florida, for Instance is backing Its university presidents to purpose of I events may also necessary by inescapable circumstances that would have been the type "Black" one. And to try to Impose one's racial Interpretations -
the hilt and the Board Regents wW not tolerate student disorder originators and that may the search for a lot of those accepting it before. of history on others amounts to academic tyianny.
designed. to disrupt' the orderly educational process.We the readers. The Improve better Job with higher pay could This to fully,confirmed by a Two recent events exemplify the recent fashion of coercing
commend our .leaders who want to conserve physical sad indicates that careful about which meet with some degree of success. solar eclipse which ton-. Institutions into adopting OIl'. outlook.
human and eliminate distraction of and darkness to .. The financial situation shadows One of the events U
resources, buildings or philosophy contrary results or the re vamping of the movie "Nat Turner",
property on campuses. If we, the taxpayers sit idly by and let can even hope so as. to eliminate can, as heretofore be one of none at all other than a major after the Black Anti-Defamation Association threatened
students destroy property paid for by our tax dollar then we faintest glimmer future regrets. the principal sources of contention setback.. Theipossfblllty of arriving demonstrations. .
deserve what wo get.. Make certain 18M33560! between couples or at the right conclusions BADA has every right to protest the production of a film which
B Is time for Black and white to personal business partners. might have vilified
leaders. alike encourage and making the right decision the slave-revolt leader or Black people
building, constructing rather than tearing down. There are legal be shed in 6-90-U-M.; 669S7SCORPIO to much more promising collectively.But .
.way. to redress all grievances in the democratic Proct.@I. greater 1-10.11-76.99-551" the association has no right to demand !that Twentieth
Black students need to rethink their present course; too many fappiness_ d Century Fox make the movie in accordance with the BlactorpnlratloD'
of them can't read, write, spell, and f1l\11'8ldequatel1. Yet there! 7:- 10 18 *.. Instructions. Tie film-producing company is no
.Js demand that some students be admitted to college whether. LEO more obligated to "project a positive image" of Turner than It
they are qualified or not. i would be required to show an Irishman, a clergyman, a cowboy
Black studies have their place in our educational programs .. JILT BOM OCT. AIIAIIISIIIR or a bank teller in a favorable light. _
but not in separate units of a large university. They should be IAR. One can ask fairness of any film producer-tut in a country .
Incorporated into the regular curriculum But what counts MM All. 22II 2411 ROY. 22il where the First Amendment to the U.s. Constitution protects
most In today's world is the person who can perform waD the 2111 FEI. lltl our right to express our views freely we cannot force the public
tasks of and 2111 .. magic. Speculation stove discreetly. The solar to along with
simple reading, spelling writing, figuring go our opinions however ardently we mar hold
Therefore, it is our contention that Institutions can get on with 1'lYate. rather than eclipse confirms that disappointment Don't answer, yet Somebody! them. .
the business of education instead of becoming miniature Insnrrectfos Hopes are ills that have been; is bound to precede nearly always has a sure, pro- A second incident to the Harvard graduate school of design'sscrapping
it no longer Is to become too deep fulfillment. It also acts as a' theta (
cities, dt.makmg proposition I P of a course that was to have developed "an action
predict the direst:4"W message is con symbol ,depleting the dangers' sleeve. Quite often, Its more program for, the effective control and eventual elimination of
from a solar a solar eclipse plus of speculation, emotional entanglements bluff than substance, or enthusiasm riots in urban areas."
Whit' About', The High Living Costs ? be shrugged emotional state of and undisciplined based on nothing more The course was dropped after more than 100 Blacks forced
Social, monetary of which are activities of teenagers. Many solid then sheer wishful think cancellation of Us first session. The students
The cost of living never ceases to get higher and higher The interests may be beneficial. The in ,Scorpio become aware of these ing. The solar eclipse reveals "blatant insensitlvlty" of the course which objected to the
they evidently felt
United States Department of Labor revealed recently that the fected but not of an ally or member. facts without the benefit of outside the danger of putting up any was part of a plan to suppress them.
price of living jumped another three-tenths of one per cent in you from taking group could brine aid and already will nave cash, for anything of that sort But they Ignored their own suppression of the school's.
January, 4.6 per cent higher than it was this time one year ago ,assures that cheerful turn of worked out the necessary steps unless you are willing, to the, to present a course featuring debatable proposals right
For instance, gasoline price. la Florida invfased from one to. jn an even keel could be a blow'. to be taken. This may, be a first place, to kiss It goodbye ,In a similar incident, school officials In
Washington. D.C.
hoar cents a gallong most everywhere in tot state. This is not .M about backlog pride but then, rather trying moment In forever. It appears somewhat, ordered sections of an lltb-grade health textbook scissoredout. ,'
good news for taxpayers and CODI1I Den. JnaJ calis for pay somewhere. for, regards to Job Interests tma.1DtllllDCe surer for Aquarians as a, .
This continual rise in toflatfoa has a most serious effect OBettlsens capital at too of weel-being whole, to stick to their lasts n. passage said, 110I1 people would not wish to
who are living on retirement checks. These people are inside would .. 99720mil : a9o15.65.11671AGITTAIII and to Jet! others do the same.; outside of their racial group whether or not it was legal.marry They
discovering that It is getting more and more difficult to stretch: take any chances 4VoM7333144PISCES have observed that interracial
mat "greenback- purchase the bare necessities of life. And good a .:.. problems." marriages Involve- serious

Black citizens an feeling this pinch very much indeed. on the surface., Should tile sections taw been .cl ored out _
The man farthest' down, the man at the bottom of the ''Iota l '. 7-W; ; $ people might object to them?The same principle of freedom some of
pole" and the the lowest $ .
man getting wages will find that be .expression operates in all the Instances cited
'cant auks ends meet. To make ends meet, Congress recently Dell Hlf. b the same class with the censorship of movies and'instruction
.voted itself a "handsome" PlJlDcreue.w..Jt wont twiddle '
i t IEMIRI RORR EEL. an tile demands by Black
.. Us numbs when it comes to providing raises for poor peapIe.I I' All. lEt 21st courses m Black history be m.UJtuta that university
taught the
23 militants'
As the cost of living rises many senior cltisens mast reach MIR 111'! them way and run by
deeper Into their savings, that Is, it they have any Steps must SEPT. 22i< What results? A solar eclipse MAR. 2ltl B to one thing to' fair
, be taken to halt this destructive trend la our society.; 21st I I to not a good omen for desired See it through. Now that VenusIs racially sensitive I1Ibjecti.demand And it U play another In the to presentation dictator.of
.' Any threats :results or for any kind of a taking Its turn at going retro' 'Those who1 would censor textbooks play
:This Week I. Negro History eclipse B could alls be to domestic and happy odtog. Ashadow may fall 'JfIiSeUwOlld.mlOpIII'pOIIto courses might recall that a similar tactic, films has, and long university been used
are reinforced and it would
over the family consider any drastic changes by school systema- .specially in the fe--hiclf have traditionally -
'I house. This eclipse, never con wise to make certain that of
March 1< ITM: ID Whitney received patent for the cotton gin.. shadow over ; be policy especially ta permitted. use only of textbooks defending me
omen. In' did not have any part in it economic aad budgetary -
yon prescribed viewpoint
Invention said to be based
was on aa idea and plans of a Black .
fuel to the fire because of rash actions or sn'reasonable management. A solar eclipsepoints TIle kind "
ala' WtBtch: coercion
JES'L to but of fee
'worldly Interests an adamant stand, attitudes. If there .- up the danger of defying older Only the have changed. copy. i
:'> stay also sense to make "to anything that can be done to authority to any guise or of Zealots of both the '
March 14, 1110: Henry Lincoln Johnson was confirmed tar the answer to those left and tbe right forget that no ant has '
office of Recorder of Deeds, upon resignation of John C.Laser. about arriving a harmony concessions and that.-'' make. undertaken amends without, it eaoujdte delay neglecting self, well-being, and I ac.qJo1: oa tile troth and DO croup' interpretation d history r
( occupational onllptlnns. I or. current event is tile "correct': '
their m. I
: regarding Money should not. ,wnfle it may still be effective. Everybody owes !U to him or ODe caD pursue truth, but
to do GIll cannot it.Agd Bust
posed tile important affairs of loved ones and ad possess. bay I
Marc* 18, lID: Rev. Richard: Henry Boyd, father of Henry lit. This to a '. existence; but The acquaiataaeesare.coming herself to try improve,' hIOllllel1 uphold) one's same, but ODe.. ". DO right. to force I
social holy physically and mentally, I others to do Utew1Ie.- t
Ally lion in
was Hosdet.Coaty
Mississippi. was
ton ad
peci pattern, % to the ton and they may favorable
so as to create mon The IotIcIIItODe ot
fader of .tne National Baptist Nllldll1IcanL. skill ad e.da belief fa one's Ida:11 whether GIll 1
the root of existing a new source of con- future for tolerates
-.f of provide swrossdtogs evry- Oat views d those with whose lit dJla&ree. j perIOD
March 18 Eight Blacks were massacred to Palmetto everyone actors/; ern.9W17.65.33.304. .' one comeeraed who ma d ag" with lack ott I
: Qa. l"IO.- : II -15. '12'.t .. '-.IO. N.II.1i4: '.eAofidenci }betraysbts,

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I r Delta Sigma Theta Receives Grant From Danforth Foundation For -Lit"l

Program Will Enroll Black

I Eartha White Director Seeks Green Thumbs Aid Nursing Home And White Children In Unit I

Assistance From. Jacksonville WASHINGTON Delta Stem breaking down economic and
Theta will nit a $',000 pant social barriers-of overcoming
The Green Thumb Garden was held for the patients from the Danforth Foundation racial Isolation.
Circle of the Garden Club of Patients have been helped with toward broadening the scoped "Therefore," she said, "we
Jacksonville for over a year their own potted plants by, : j jtI iU 1969 "Teen-Lift" career shall take 100 teenagers-both
bas been going to the Eartha Circle members. H' 1 motivation program Black and white--(rom diversified -

White Nursing Home and helpIng All Circle members agree:' Uri. Frank M. Freeman, backgrounds economic
with the occupational, "That it is truly a great of St. Louis,national president groups, and give them four days
therapy program there. These pleasure to get to go to t the l a i i ., ol the women's public ferric of sensitivity training In advance -
ladies go every Wednesday all nursing home each week to J. organisation, said that the of their trip.Parents will
year long taking supplies to work and visit new friends money will be used for special be invited to participate in.a
work with and teach the patients there. We have been treated! \ ". I foar-day sensitivity training xte-day workshop.
who are able to come to the with much kindness and the C i 4 .. ". t",1" workshop for 100 teenagers "We are grateful to the Daa-
Therapy Room to make gift' many "(bank you's we get 1i ,;i their parents. forth Foundation for making It

items and teems for themselves. from the wonderful patients v :. -."" >)' "For Pie past sli years,"Mrs. possible for us to bold till
Refreshments, singing and,. make us want to continue 'our J..iorWl ''\ Fretman explained, "the workshop It is vital to the
prayer are also enjoyed.Home- work there and we will, the '. program has been aimed at success of the project's new

made cakes,candy and cookiesare Lord willing. The full cooperation ..\ .. .. expanding the borlsons of disadvantaged thrust. This grant will enableus
also shared. we have always received .. __ ".). "' ... Black teenagers to hire the number of
Last year miniature bedside from the hospital staff The Eartha White Nursing Home known liar and wide, yas been have dedicated themselves to beautifying the expansive acreage from rural arias of the South' specialists necessary to makeIt
arrangements were made by and. employes has also been "adopted" by the Green Thumb Garden Circle of JackspnvUle, of the building.! Miss Eartha M.M. White Is founder of the by exposing them totducatlonal meaningful"
Circle members for all the very encouraging to .us." as part of their Interest In occupational therapy and beauu- institution. In the left foreground are Mrs. Fred Hobbs and Mrs. Institutions industry cultural The 1969 "Teen-Lift" will
patients and more made this Circle members are: President every Wednesday where they bring cheer to the patients and Roy Ryan In the background are Mrs. J.W. McWhorter and events and a variety of people originate In the Greater St.
year for the new, incoming Mrs. John Nunnery first teach those who are able to come to the therapy room where they Mrs John Nunnery. during a two-week cross- Louis area, and participantswill
patients. Bedfast patients were vice president, Mrs. Fret learn to make girts. Above are shown members of the club who country bus trip." I be Interviewed by an advisory
visited by the Circle membersand 'Hobbs; second vice president Shriners Meet Mrs. Alexander.Will However, "experience and the board of Black and white

given an arrangementThe Mrs. Jack Flew; secretary, I Give Concert At t changing times" nave Indicated community leaders. The
nursing home being new, Mrs. James B. McWhorterand; White LodgeNo. At WeftFriendship that more needs to be done," four-day workshop preceding
the Garden Circle memberssaw treasurer, Mrs. Roy Ryan. Lily BaptistThe Mt. Moriah AMEMrs. Mrs. Freeman slat, "so this the trip to Baltimore, Md.,
the great need for more Members are: Mmes. Oscar year we have tried to build wW be held In St. Louis the
landscaping. Permission .was Allen, Augustine Bonomo, Order Shriners of Rabia Katrina Alexander ol Into the project a means of last week In July.
given and the members started James Cooler, Thomas Dunk, Temple No. 8 will worship with Calloway Circle, member of
working outside. Many trees, William French Bobby Jackson 131 Plans the West Friendship Baptist the Mt. Moriah AME Church

much shrubbery, and many Joe Martin, KimberPeterson ;., Church, Sunday, March 16, at will be presented in a vocal
flowers nave been planted. Horace Rosser 945 Carrie Street. Memberswill recital Sunday, March 16, at
Caring of the rose garden and Charlie Russell, Roy Unketer St. Patrick's Tea assemble at. the churchat 1 p.m. at Mt.Zion AME Church, Now: pure relief for
beautifying around the patio, and Robert Wallace. 10:45 a,m. George Davis Southslde. Mrs.Alexander will-1o'be
have been two of the main projects 'Is the niustrlous Potentate. accompanied by Mrs. dry problem skin
as well as the beautifying Alice Burrough Thomas Williams Is reporter, Gertrude Morse. ,
of both the back and front Rev. H.I. Herod Will Be Speaker This benefit recital Is In the VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY jive your

entrances and the entrance Appears In Concert Bernice Wins. Interest at women's day at Mt. skin the richer moisture It needs for
Inside. Lily White Lodge No. Ill bas Elsie T. Sampson will make Zlon. Mrs Velma Bannerman, protection from chapping, from dry,
Table decorations for their completed plans for the annualSt. the p'resentatlon. Deputy wife of the pastor,Rev Banner uhy-grty ikln. Tb keep your skin
dining room were made for At Mt. Sinai Patrick's Day Tea, to beheld Washington and Vice-President Wins Battle Is sponsor loft.youngerlook-
each table for Thanksgivingand Sunday March 16, from Anderson will make remarks.; log,insist on gun- r "
Christmas. Christmas The annual concert of Mrs 4 to 8 p m. at St. Stephen's! And Diploma Ministers' Wives nine 'Vaseline'Petroleum

trees decorated and given to Alice Burrough, widely-known AME Church, Fifth and Davis Perhaps one of the best examples Jelly.
patients and a Christmas party gospel singer will be Sunday Streets, the Rev. MR. Webster of faith and courage In List Business MeetThe You pay a little
evening, March 30, at 6 p.m., associate minister. the face of obstacles, Is Mrs. i more than for
First 'corinthBaptist iD the Kt Sinai Baptist Church, This gala affair will take placein \ Bernice S. Williams a native Baptist Ministers' Wives other brands of..
Kev B.J. Lane pastor the educational building of of Montlcello, where she was Alliance will hold a business petroleum jelly.
Church The event Is sponsored by the church. born in 1914. meeting Monday, March 19, at worth but your itt skin ,
participating auxiliaries of the.. Am Impressive program bas Mrs. Williams bas successfully 5:30: p.m. in the home of Rev
Communion church. been prepared with Rev. ILL conquered tuberculosis and Mrs. J.B. Kincben 5624
Spearheading the plans this Herod, pastor of Mt. ,Moriah and has returned to active and Dubois Street.
The communion service of the year are District No. 11, Baptist ,Churches.the ape et r normal life. President Williams Is asking
First Corinth Missionary Deacon H. Carter leader; of the evening.: Mrs. Williams' first encounter -, all members to be present for
Baptist Chul ch will be Sunday, District No 14, Deacon E.J. The tea will get under way with TB was In 1050. this last meeting before the
at 3:45: p.m. Blackman] leader; District No. with a selection by the mate At that time Mrs. Williams annual state conventloninPensacola. 2;
Sunday'Scbool begins at 9:30a.m. 12, Deacon John Clark, leader,. chorus Shiloh Baptist Church entered W.T. Edwards .
Miss Joyce Munsin will and District No. 9, Deacon 0. Mrs. Katie Prime will read Hospital Tallahassee for two
be the musician. Sharpe, leader. Other districts the Scriptures. Mrs. Aleat ice years and was discharged in Practical Nurses
The morning service begins will assist. Harris wW give the invocation. 1958. Again Mrs. Williams
at 11:15: a m All usher boards Mrs. Burrough will be Joined Mrs. Jennie V. Crockett will entered the hospital in 1968. Meet March 20
will serve by her daughter, Roselyn B. introduce Mrs. Martha Cum- The second-time patient said
Henry, with Mrs.:"Malnor as inlngs, who will serve as of au to,
Rev. Jones will speak at court ,that experience really put her The Duval County Stanton
I1ID1oQ&1$0,1 ... _:.' .. IS" guest organist. Choir No. 4 mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. to the test.. She was beset with ,..Vocational.Wceased{ Practical r 1u..I1A. U aM ,
will afford the backgrootmd. for Cummings will represent West, .it t.y'
Prayer service Is Tuesday 1 domestic problems and worried Nurse Alumnae will meet I
night. the musical. Union Baptist Church. Thursday evening, March 20,
Mrs. Helen Lawrence of Mrs. Emma Watkins will give REV H.L. ,, '" at 8 p.m., in the borne ofMlss
Mt. Moriah Tabernacle Baptist will be nar the welcome address, with the : '. Delorls Johnson, 1409 Jefferson -
the hostesses will will be the Helping ,
rator. Among response coming from Mrs. Street, apartment No. 18.
AME Missionaries be Miss Delma Swarn and Mrs. Maxine Dallas Mrs. Lydla Hand Social and Savings Club. ) ;.
C.Oree. The public is invited of West Union will Mrs. Lois Butler will be dean "
Rainy aiDe:; A* * * * *. * * * * * * *
Announce Meeting There Is no admission. A duet will feature Mrs. Cle- of hostesses. Mrs. Eartha ,aw
mentine Wiggins and Mrs. McGowan Is president. Mrs.) .. .
The missionaries of Area No. Champion Social Elnora Clipper of the Seventh Sampson will be program .. .
1 of the Mt Moriah AYE Day Adventist Church. chairman. Mrs. Annie M. Page .
Church 99 Oak will bold will be co-chairman.The public .
Street Club Charity The offering will be taken by .
their first quarterly meeting Mrs. Fannie Felton and Fred 'is Invited. .
Saturday, March IS, at 10a.m., Washington. Reports will be' .' .
at the church. Musical May 28 made by .contestants. Mrs.; * .
Mrs. Laura Rose Is supervisorof :
the YPD. The missionarieshave The Champion Socia'l and ,' .
invited and are expecting Charity Club will sponsor Its Events I .
all young missionaries to be in Charity Musical at St.Paul AME I CalendarGoodwill : :
attendance. Young people will Church, FUth IDd DaYIa Streell.on .
play an Important part in the May 28, at 7:30: p.m # *
meeting.All Mrs. Mary Nealy will appear. Prayer Gretel! Gertie Girls MRS.BERNEE wu.UOIJ' #
local members of Mt. This Sing Out will feature The Goodwill Prayer Band The G rt t II Gertie Dancing e r
Itorlah are requested to be many ladles. Mmembers of the holds Its Girls will sponsor an eveningof by news about the spread of
regular meetingevery *
present. Mrs. L.G. Jones is club will serve as hostesses at 8 at entertainment under the the Infection. One of her Inspirations -
Tuesday night
chairman of Area No. L. Rev. Mrs. Elisabeth West Is chair- 2572 Summit Street. p.m. supervision of Mrs. Earnestlne came through the
J.W. Jones Is pastor of the man. Mrs Martha Williams Missionary Gloria Best Is Cox and Mrs. Priscllla Jonesat dally visits of Chaplain Riser. : :
,is president. the New St. James AME The staff at the institution, '
advisor. The public welcome. Church Sunday, March 16, at testified Mrs.Williams, gave .

church.Master's AME Church Youth the spiritual The same band address.tea will on April sponsor The Voicesof 16 at a 4 intendent.p.m. Mrs Rev.Edmund AD. Harris is super is her every. Williams bit of encouragement.Mrs. always bad a. .. ?1ta e. ,Sheet .*.

pastor. The church Is located'at desire for Improving herself. : :
til Jerusalem be
Annu Sunday among
Will Give Sip special guests.Friendly 2128 Forest Street, Jack- In other words, the affliction .
.sonville. All are invited. became a pushing force for her. .
Youth Usher Board of the the church.A .
AME Church of the Master is program will be presented.Mr. West SideThe Pride Of Macao She renewedherquestfor ..
ledge and began taking educational -
sponsoring a fruit sip Sunday Anthony Lawson will read Friendly WestSHe Ushers Pride 'of Macro Temple will courses through : :
March 18, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the prayer. Miss Carolyn Ball will have a revival Sunday at meet March 20 In the Elks' Vocational Rehabilitation.Faith'
will read the Scripture. Miss 2:30: p.m in the Zion Hope 712 West Dnval Street, Williams
off. Mrs. passed
Home, paid
Jena Williams Dorothy Robinson will presentthe Missionary Baptist Church, at 8 p.m Daughter Ruler Mrs.' her exams for her high school ,
mistress of ceremonies, Rev. Simpson, pastor. Phillip Battle I James expects all to diploma In January of 19(9. Th"uc \j jI.
Gives Second Miss The Sandra welcome Bright.address will Alback Is president. The Music. be present. This is the last This gracious lady, thankfulfor )
Choral Class and the Female meeting before the state association. a successful convalescence ; ,
c.pme.from Mist! .Shirley Ball.
Tiny Musical Miss Sandra Taylor! will .In,. Chorus, the latter ZlonHope, Queen B. Williams now devotes much of her time
will sing. All are .
four Miss Aurora Holland will give is reporter. to visiting patients and encouraging 1 I. : t tC.
Williams .
Little Tena ,
them particularly
a reading, Miss Patricia Lawson Semi Civic Club '
Chat Club .
years old, already a wldely- will sing. Miss Sheila Chit young people. Mrs. Williams'faith .
know n radio and television Campfleld will play an instrumental The Smel Civic Social and' The* Chit Chat Civic Club will has, itself, been a strong ..
personality, will be presented'in solo. Mrs. M. Mathls Saving Club will meet Monday celebrate its ninth anniversary force la the uplift of spirits of :
her second recital Sunday, will give words of wisdom. N. night March 17, in the homed March 16 at the Prince Ball; others with whom she has come I *. *
March U,.at 1.00 p.m., at the Mrs. Fannie Reeves, 1569 in contact. '.
from 4 to
913 Jefferson p.m.
First Born Church 1(0.1, on prayer.Kent will give the closing West 13th Stteet at I p,m. The The youth choir of Mt. Ararat Mrs. Williams a member of'I : : :1736 Main St at 8th and Main) :
between ( i
,Union Street Rushing The offertory will be supervised president Is asking that all Baptist Church will sing. St. Stephen's AME Church. She .. I
and Tyler Streets. by Mr. Earnest Huntley, members be present at Prince Others listed to be on program bas been Interested In the music i
ElderHoward Is pastor. Ball Sunday for the anniversary of the church since the of '
Fields, age visit
Mrs Josephine I IIt
an Gregory Prlester. Remarks are : Come us in our completely remodeled Vogue Shop. It
Tens is Jacksonville's youngest of the Chit Chat Savings Club. Mrs. Ruth Clark, Miss Betty thirteen and was also active on I
will be made by Chairman LtllleM.
gospel singer.She Is beard Smith and Co-chairman Mrs E. Small is president.Mrs. Brown, Miss Mary A. Johnsonand tilt 1Pu1p1t Board. A sister: : We have many exciting opening specials at great savings to you It
every Sunday morning at.1 a.m. J. 'Jordan Is reporter. Marian and Bernard ..
Miss Altha Parker. All: a son, I ,
Rev. R.H. Bethel '
on a local broadcasting station pastor, are Invited. live In JacksonvWe.R11QT1CE : in celebration of our newly remodeled store. .
and will sing many favorite ;
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gospel songs, one of them being Owens,Illinois ClubThe : : ,

"Lord, rm Your Child." Mt. Sinai l Blptist'I.u Owens Illinois Ladles Club .. / :\ :
Jackson and FREE! ,
Little Michelle will meet Saturday at 7:30 p.m //
Tfce. will lot on
Mrs. Marsha WWlamsTena'smother In the home of Mrs. Annie :

Mrs. Thelma, will be Edwards special will guests be Quarterly Sherman Street., 1321 West Twelfth the. following KOZY KORNER' Stores : FREE ;I 2 pr. May Queen, : :

mistress of ceremonies. The The District thlon Mt.Slnal should be present
All members I
Latlmore Singerswill be Missionary Baptist Church, and on time. Mrs. Emma until f.rther.notic.. ; : Plush toy I;I HOSIERY I i a:
hosting 1551 Lee Rev.Benjamin fJ'
All singing groups and the Lee, pastor, will hold the Melton is reporter.. 3817 Mucrii! lijMW. Miicrift_Uif-ltlJJ; with any I I ..

general public are cordially quarterly... revival meeting Nirtl Mrrtli Amu-Hi Fliri.i 111111. : purchaseduring I with this coupon and I..

Invited to attend this great Sunday, March 16, at I p.m., Eta Phi Beta ... .. any purchase during our t :
t event. Bernard McClaln Is re in the mala unit of the church. ,_ these stores have refused to sell our, \ GRAND REOPENING >'I..
porter. Mrs. Alberta Latlmore, Deacon Danny Demery president Na Chnpter of Eta Phi Beta "
.ha sarlclan been solely responstble -] will be In charge. The Sorority will sponsor an educational YOUR FLORIDA STAR;; 'So Save ;yourself : grand Re-opening -0" I .*.
f far the training of youth choir Usher Board Mo. tour to Lake Wales for ,: --- ----------

,Little Teas and,., through hers I, Senior Choir Ho. > and the attendance at the Passion Play i trip to the t KK. Stores and tefl : CUPTHIS COUPON! :
efforts and Interests potential Youth Usher. Board will serve.. presentation on March S3. The "
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young artists has helped. many "James Hair and Mrs.Catherine bus win leave Fairfax, and. .Tenth ''ilel t
:ou'the road to success' SjkM! will sent as musicians. Streets, 1,... your s.. I

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rut 4 tin, PUns SATURDAY; sue' 15,

James E. Bryant Educator, Will Keynote Men's Day At New Bethel AME


Musicians, Choruses, Units Friendship{ liatlst Dedicates Futility


Will Participate In Program -,"" v....... .A... '" CHURCH NEWS

New Bethel AME Charch,Third I Ida,. _

and Tyler Streets will observe i Rev. Ellsha Jones is minister EMANUEL BAPTET

Men's Day Sunday, March 16, Prominent In the proceedings On Tuesday the teachers meet. Prayer meeting will be held at ',
with services throughout the for the day will be George the usual hour with the pastor and officers In charge. On Wednesday -
Bruton, Jr., and Frank Donal- fiT q I Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 1 p.m. Noonday prayer
Day Spring son, Jr., co-chairman. service Is held Thursday Choir No. 1 will rehearse! at 6 p.m ,
Interesting features by the men will rehearse at 7:30
On Saturday the male chorus p.m. Sunday
Youth Will of Bethel and their Invited 'I ji School begins at 9.30 a.m with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon
guests will be a part of till
The lesson will be reviewed
church George Smith In charge. by an
Preside Sunday services Consecration begins at 10:50 a.m. The morning
Rev. Jones pastor has tad i : 2 .. appointee.
worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons charge. Preaching
The a successful
youngpeople'sdepartmed for
ut pastorate
more BTU at 5 with Deacon James
begins at 12 noon. begins p.m
Day Spring Baptist Church than Re
thirty years Is now
starts at 6.30
The worship
Phillips in charge. evening p.m.
will be in cbarpoltlluenlce.SIIJIda president of the AYEMinisterlil
Choir No 2, the male chorus and Usher Board No. t will serve.Mrs .
Alliance.Professor .
morning with
and Mathew will be la
Marian Carter McCoy charge
the Sunday School 9.30 a.m. James E.
The lesson topic "Qiestlon of dean of boys at Matthew Bryan of music..COLCSSIANS.

Authority", will be discussed Junior-Senior High a member .
by the pastor, Rev C. Weaver of St. )Matthew Baptist Church, .4. BAPTBT
The Junior choir will sing lathe will be the principal speaker Sunday School begins at 11:30 with the superintendent and teachers
morning service. James Re is also vice president of i in charge. The morning worship begins at 8 p.m Rev. R.J.
Kitchen will be director Junior the Ducote Teachers' Credit Williams, president of De tooma's tocvesdon; a member of The beautiful edifice shown above'is theCornellus and Tressle Crawford, pastor, will deliver both sermons. Choirs No. 1,
deacons trustees and ushers Union. Professor Bryant holds the Union St. James Baptist Association and vice president of Williams Memorial Building of the West Friendship Baptist '2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day Choir
will serve. Rev Weaver will a master's degree In education the General Baptist Sate Convention, will speak of "Deacon Church, MS Carrie Street which will be dedicated, Impressive No. 1 will hold Its rehearsal at 8p.m Choir No. 2 will rehearse
preach. from Florida AIM University and Mrs. Cornelius Williams U I Knew Them Best. A feature services Sunday March 18, at 3 p.m. Rev Richard L. Wilson, Friday at 4:30 p.m Prayer service begins Tuesday nights

I At 5 p.m. young people will _Re_ also attended, SUversham of the afternoon will be the laying of the cornerstone. ZS. and DD., Is pastor. During the program Mrs Claudine at 7:30 p.m. The funeral of Private Wllbnrn Hicks will be
be in charge of the BTU pro- university u in England Morris Saturday at the church. The church is located at 1154 West

Vim. Mrs. Lola Mayhew and Brown College and the University -, Mrs. Gussie 31st Street.
Lester McClendoo will super of Indiana In Bloomington Friendship BaptistWill Page Gray Speaks
vise. The eminent educator Is affiliated -
The evening worship opens with the FTA, DTA At Confab In Lake City Fla. Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. with the superintendent In
charge assisted by the staff. Rev. E.I. Norman, pastor will
at I p.m. The male chorus the FEA and the NTA. He is a
. directed by Sammie L. Davis member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Dedicate LAKE CITY The Sister review the lesson. The morning worship opens at 11 a.m with
will sing Rev. Weaver will Fraternity. Wms Welcome Missionary Baptist by visiting groups. .the deacons charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board

speak Usher Board No. 1 will Sammie L. Davis, Sr., and the Church of Lake City win hold Its David Lee Mays and Bernard No. 3 will serve during the day. Mrs. Fannie Jackson will be in
will lead
the devotions
serve. talented Miss Esther James will annual Dual Day celebration Bright charge of music. At 3 p.m. DlstrlctNo.9 will present "Fashions
Other at 5 p.m. Rev. Simmons and on Parade... District No. 3 and District No. 6 will meet at 4:
services have been an provide music. F.J. Williams Memorial Sunday March 18, with several
nounced. Usher Board No. 1 chairman of the committee on Building interesting programs. the Deep Creek Baptist Church m.Jn the church. The evening worship at 6 p.m. will featurea
of Lake will .
meets at I p,m. Mis. Pwttog 'malc. will sing. Other soloists ..., Rev P.E: Franklin Is pastor. City participate.Mrs. sermon by the pastor. On Tuesdy night at 7:30 p.m. prayer
L. Hill will
the Oc-
Is president. On Thursdaythe will be John H. Gripper For- West Friendship Baptist Convention. Jesse Perry is chairman. for casion. give meeting will be held, with Bible study following. Easter practicewill
Missionary Society meets rest T. Lovings, James Gen- Church on Sunday afternoon, .. Mrs. Sarah Rice will bring the men. be Monday and Wednesday at 5p.m.On Monday night, March
The church Is
at 6 p m. The Bible verse wright, Robert Carter, Professor March 16, will be the scene of greetings from the Emanuel Guests in the Sunday School, on the 24, a drama "The Church Fight", will be presented at 8 p.m.
Old Columbia All
begins with the letter "E". Willis m D. Cannon, the gathering of hundreds of Progressive Baptist Association. which opens at 10 a.m., will :welcome. The City theme Road. in the auditorium, under the auspices of the Education Board.
On Friday Rev. Weaver,Choir chairman of programs and citizens among them ministers Greetings will be brought be headed by Guest Superintendent are will Mrs. Redeather Dunson is president.Mrs.Thelman Norman is in
be Good Use of What
No. 4 and Usher Board No. 1,' Harold Nairn. Choirs from singers, fraternal. from the office of Mayor Hans Julie Owens. Others ; "Making charge of the program. On Monday night March 31, District
as well as the congregation, several churches are uniting organizations and a myriad of Tanxler. Mrs. Mary Singleton will be Miss Jeanette Mays, ,We Have.We Will The motto is "To- No. 9 will have a Womanless Wedding at 8 p.m. Deacon Johnnie
will visit with Mt Calvary for morning and evening' other groups notably for the councilwoman, will speak. Rev secretary; Mrs. LulaWhitfleld, gether Grow"In Crawford Is leader. On April 21 Deaconess Board No. 1 will
Baptist Church for the anniversary services. dedication of the impressive Robert Flagler will read the intermediates; Mrs. Louise sponsor a tea at the church, with Mrs.Ruth Chapman, president,
of the pastor. All officers Prominent workers In other Cornelius Tressle Williams second Scripture. Rev. Landon Reynolds adults; Rardwlck Anniversary. and others In charge. On April 27 Men's Day will be held.

will attend also.Announced services will be present.Among Memorial Building. .,.Williams will Introduce the McGulre adults, men, and Rev Roosevelt Bacon is chairman. John Holmes is co-chairman. On
group meetings them will be Joseph White, The services will begin speaker, Rev. C.B. Dalley Washington reviewer Tuesday night March 16, the entire congregation will visit
follow: No. I,Deacon J.S.Smith; Alexander Anderson Deacon promptly at 3 p.m. The church I pastor of the First Baptist The Springfield Baptist Church with the Peace Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. D.B. Barnes,
No.2. J. Webb; No. 4 Mrs. Driuiam ,Hunter Alexander Is located at 945 Carrie Street. Church of Oakland. of Lake City, Rev. Washington pastor and will participate In the Installation services of tie
Hart, president; No. ie.ii.Martin Cottrell, A.N. Boston, Robert Rev. RL. Wilson is pastor. I Throughout the services UsherBoard pastor will visit in the morning minister. Mrs. Jessie Ward Is reporter.
; No. 8. A. Ball; No. 23, L. Carter, Edmond Saeed, Arthur Rev. G.L. Sims will preside. No. 1 of Emanuel Baptist service. Devotions will be led
Mungln; Into. 29, F, Floyd; No. Mitchell, Eugene Sneed, James A procession of minister 1 will serve. by Mmes. Pinkie Rawls and TABERNACLE BAPTIST
14, Mr. McGraw and No. 19, Hawkins Freddie Gardner and Lobed, will be a feature. I Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver, pastor Viola Banks Other participants Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. with Mrs. H. Solomon in
Mr. Cook.. Charles Nicholson Deacon John Lewis will deliver of Day Spring Baptist Church will be: Debris Perry, Mrs. charge Deacon CJuence Cunningham will be guest superintendent
The Red Circle Club meets F.F. Donation Sr., has the invocation. Rev Levy Green will preside at the dedicatory r Lillie Wright Mrs. Louise representlngMt. AraratBaptlst Church.Mrs. RenaldaJeoklns of
at 4 p.m. Mrs. M. Simmons promised a spicy Sunday School will read the scripture. First rites. Rev Rudolph McKlsslck Reynolds Mrs.Mary L. Jones Little Rock Baptist Church will review the lesson. Rev. W.E.
is superintendent. hour. Baptist Church Choir will sing., will deliver the prayer of Mrs. O.T. Sumpter,Mrs.Mabel Young pastor will speak at 11 a.m. All adult choirs the senior
Rev. Sims will par a tribute dedication. Rev R.L. Wilson Dunbar, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, male chorus and Usher Board No. 3 will serve. Easter practice
the pastor, Rev. Wilson. Mrs.: will present the keys to Deacon Mrs. L. Whltfleld, Mrs. Ole will be Tuesday at 4:30: p.m. The teachers meeting is Wednesday
Ellen Williams will speak of' William Young chairman of L. Dldel, Mrs. Rose M. Griffin at 6.43 p.m. Prayer meeting !is Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. On Sunday
edl eMo t0 ., the pastor as an administrator, ,the Trustee Board ofthechurch. Mrs. H. Harper Mrs.Gertrude Anrll 27. ill dfctrlrt Vtll hold -(h. .. far
Mrs. Jacquelyn Davis will sing'I' Deputy Grand Master,' A e q'1' kBhier;< Mri."CallleRents. Mrs : __. SBTEREJS.' SCOTT i *c'"'Women'l'Day..'lire: H.M. Lawrence is re era1cWcfu i
'My Living Shall Not JU- III f Simmons-, Worshipful Ilasft..jJC1Dse .WOta CJart. I ?*..*f Mrs:;!-E il. Mae Scott, gospeT ; ': lehsea"'at'e'belnronductd' at the church' every ''Tuesday and

7flZlI' Tain". Thomas,North Jacksonville -:, Mrs., Gussle Page Gray of singer wjll observe her thirteenth Thursday lghf. :Vrs..H, Solomon and"Mrs: J. Wyna are instructors -
Miss Queen E.. Jenkins will Lodge No. 387, and others Jacksonville will be presented anniversary on March :All are1 invited. h
peak of the pastor u a prominent in the Masonic family as speaker by Mrs. M. Dunbv, 26 at the First Born Tepple
Mlder. Music will be furnished will participate In the laying Several churches will visit at 82J WestMonroe beginning MACEDONIA BAPTIST
.y the Eugene Butler Junior- of the cornerstone.Mrs. 3 p.m. Re,. Xennonand at 1 p.m. Rev A. Hill Ispastor. Services Sunday will begin with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m.
'iDol'A Senior High School Chorus. Marian Wilson will officially the Fellowship Baptist Church with Deacon John E. Singleton and teachers in charge. The review -
Mrs. Claudine Williams will open the new facility. of Lake City will be present Master Masons of the lesson will be given by the pastor or his appointee.
speak of Deacon and Mrs. Rev. Wilson, will unveil the u well as Rev J.A. Grlmmage Consecration services will begin at 11:45a.m,with Rev. Burgess
Cornelius Williams as "1 Knew fixed portraits: Deacon and and his congregation from Mt. Meet Sunday For in charge. The choir, deacons and members will have charge of
MATIONM. RADIO TtLIPHOIffcAU. IN$#OWOH Them Best". Mrs. Williams Mrs. Cornelius Williams The Sinai, Columbia City Fla. devotional service. Music will be furnished by Choir No. 3 and
) resident of the Women's Convention Williams Family Mrs. Rosa Rev R.A. Griffen, first vice Stone Choir No. 1 with Mrs. Rattle Bess and Wallace MImI at the
mAt ttSUttl l of the Union St. James I II Strawder' and Paul Matthews. moderator of the First Central LayingOn instruments. Usher Board Noland No. 2 will serve Choir No.

I Association and vice president Open house will follow.tinner Baptist Association, will be the Sunday, March 16, all 3 will meet after the morning worship. District No. 2 will hold
I of, the General Baptist State will be served. ;principal speaker. Rev. Griffen Master Macon are called to its monthly meeting in the annex District meetings In homes
DiD pee im ejsesdsH abet the MO* crla1a'oar will be Introduced by Rev. M. assemble at the West Friendship will be: No. 1, 1430 East 26th Street. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

nation has ever faced, the racial crisis? Morris Brown :Proxy SpeakerFor M. Smith Rev. Washington will Baptist Church, Rev. R. Jordan; No. 3, Bridler Street Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner;
preside. The Royal Tabernacle L. Wilson, pastor, to assist No. 3, East 27th Street Mrs. Maple Rhodes and No. 6, 4811
Do you have suggestions would like Baptist Church Male Franklin Street Mrs. Bertha Hutchins.
you to make Chorus the North Jacksonville Lodge The BYPU Hour will
to the Black and the'white leadership about how, ,Mt. Zion AME Men's DayThe will sins. Deacons James Whit- No. 387 in laying a cornerstone begin at 5:30 p.m. with Mrs ".L. Polite presiding. The evening
to solve II? field and Rardwlck McGuire at the educational building. worship begins at 6.30 p.m. Both major sermons will be
Men's Day celebration at"the Mrs.Olivia Smith of the Wil- will lead the devotions Other Brother K. Thomas Is Worship delivered by Rev. Burgess. On Tuesday night at 7:45 p.m. the
Do you want to hear what other ordinary citizens Mount Zion AME Church, Ham Raines Senior High School participants scheduled are Rev. ful Master, weekly prayer meeting will be held. Bible! study will be featured.

,' ask people like John Lindsay and Stolteley' Beaver and Newnan Streets music department will direct R. Webb Jesse Perry Robert On March 29, at 7:30 p.m., On Wednesday Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 3 win meet for
Carmichael and what sort of answers they come Rev. Charles E. Toston,pastor, the chorus in special numbers. Prater Rev. H.C. "cCa u,. all Master Masons of Dnval rehearsal at 8 p.m. On Thursday at noon the Missionary Society
up with? Make yourself. heard and hear it all will be presented on Sunday Mrs. Rose Lynn Watts of the and visiting deacons. Music and adjacent counties will meet will conduct the midweek prayer meeting. Choir No.2 and Choir
on NIGHT CALL, the Dew, nationwide telephone morning and evening, March, Mary McLeod Bethune Element will be furnished during the day at the Masonic Temple for the 1o.; 4'"i meet FrldaJ at .m.for rehearsal. The Deacpn Board
call-In show.WRHC. 18 using the tbeme"Crusadlog' tary School faculty chorus will quarterly session. The and the Deaconess Board, No. 1 and No. 2. respectively, will
For Christ." direct the chorus in additional Band Of Truth Master's degree will be celebrate their anniversaries March 30 at 3 p.m. Mrs. Bessie
11:30: P.M.To, 11:30A.M.Mooder : ; Nathaniel Davis general morning music.Beginning conferred. Worshipful Master Merchant is reporter.
: chairman, and Henry Ward at 7:00 p.m., the Announces Open E. Peace will be in charge.

Throiih! Frllif Jenkins morniagprogram I Edward Waters College Concert On Sunday, March 30, at 2:30 Rev. Barnes, Community Baptist,
chairman have ,
announcedjht Chorus directed by Alvin Door AnniversaryThe p.m., the Heroines of Jericho
CHI Collect 212-741:3311
name of Dr. John A. Mlddleton ,
Green, will present a collection will observe Palm Sunday Rev. Continue
the president of Morris second anniversary of On Gala InouourolVOT.
Brown the
The United Methodist Church College of Ga. of sacred songs. Band of Truth Princess W.M. Bill is pastor. Mrs. A. Dft.. ... .. ..___ u .
Atlanta as the The Men's Day celebration Naomi, 31. Frailer Is deputy. Y.D. DlU'uel. pastor and
Released In cooperation with the main native started with a banquet at the advisor, will bec.lebratedSun On March 15 the Past Master's, founder of Peace Missionary leading will be-Dan Tate and
National National Council of Churches Foreston, S.C., he has won wide Heart of Jacksonville Motel day, March 16, in the Civic Degree will be conferred : Baptist Church Jessie and Van W. Bronson. '
Catholic Office for Radio and Television! praise as a preacher,educator, honoring Bishop George N. ''Auditorium at I p.m.This event Brother Richard Ead on' Bores, announces that Rev. W. Rev R. Jones, president of
Florida Council of Churches and civil rights leader and was, Collins who presides over the 'Ia free Worshipful Master of : C. NeaL noted evangelist and the Baptist Ministers'Brother-
"::" formerly a close associate of. Florida diocese of the AME ',The Band of Truth Choir will ton Lodge No. 3S6,Washing and pastor of St. Thomas Missionary hood of Jacksonville will speakin
the late Dr.Martin slag. Rev. Charles on the morning service Communion -
Luther King j Church. Pastor Toston was Kemp and Brother Albert L. Campbell, Baptist Church, will
taostmaster for this occasion the Charles Kemp Singers will Worshipful Master of 8.T. continue evangelistic services service will begin at
which was successful. also appear. Other participants Brown through Friday. 3.15 p.m. The pastor will
Lodge No. 458 at 6:30
Other general officers for listed will be the Traveling This Rev. Nail preached to deliver the afternoon message.
p.m. meeting
COLOR Sunday are: Charles E. Lott, Stars, the Sensational Travelers to worshipful masters open and only Urgt audiences during Choir No. 1 and Usher Board
'pcr Sr., co-chairman Cheater' Art Goodman Community masters past the week. No. 1, the D.B. Barnes Usher
: ;
Sfll; Morse, secretary; Joseph Paul. Choir, Mrs. Thomasena Owens, H.H. Simmons Deputy Grand Beginning with Monday night Board and Usher Board No. 4
p Mrs Essie Mae Thomas and March 17. the will serve throughout the day.
t UI'LYlIlits ine, treasurer; and Cbeater'CowtJ1L Master. church wilt two I
ClllllEI II UTIlE -" Mrs. Emily Tlmmons, MC.: host to outstanding congrega Members not fellowshlpped

--- Friendly West Side dons and ministers musical will participate Sunday.Collnkon I
w '

Open Easter f' ': _' S.eI.I'Elstlr She will read your SISTER entiriife--pastpreseutand! :.E$SIE. Hale Chorus 'ministers groups.organizations On will each preach.night and various official' Flo.Mt. .

Monday night will herald Pleasant Baptist .Church.
future She asks no questions but will tell Union Plans the
you ConfabThe
r: Impressive services The regular order of services
Sunday what relating
want to
-Package- yon know giving date and facts of
to the Installation be held throughout the day
business love health and family affairs. Will, Friendly West side Union of Rev.
9A.M. TO 9.P.M. r, help you find lost art. Tells you whom you will Male Chorus will meet Saturday Barnes as minister of the Greater Mt.Pleasant Baptist
marry and when. If theme you love is true what March IS, at T p.m. la the mala church. Services Whltten, pastor
to do tobe successful.Will reunite separated unit of Royal Tabernacle Baptist Ministers will begin with the
J-8HO 'l listed
Z-SZ7 Sunday
among School at 9.30 a.m. with
locate absent friends and relatives, and cane ,1 Church, 1320 West 21st Street. others, are: Rev. Jake Deacon
t 4 WALLETS /happiness, between man lad wife. Helps makeup Rev Lee McQueen is pastor. 'Bete A..Hughes,Rtf.W.De.Ray... Tfaelma Wright lacharge.

RUSH STARTS lovers quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad There will be a special rehearsal 'alt e v K. Norman, Re v. L. Mc At 11 a... Deacons Wilde
luck are natural enemies, or if there is an evil and a business conference Queen, Rev. W.-Willfams, Rev Williams win1,
,12-pm. DEPOSIT REQUIRED infnenos. Does not teUtoplease yon,bat will tell the truth One'; In charge will be 'H. Baker Rev. R. Brooks,Rer. conduct the and devotional Roy Jones services.
visit will repay you for disappointments la all others. She will Marvin B. Collins Mrs. Mary A. 110II1.,. Rev. A. Coleman At 3
p.m. Deacons Theodore
read your lift like aa open book, bat also help you oat of your: Helen Forst Bellamy and Mrs: Rev C. Weaver Rev H.Heroo; Mitchell and Robert R. Jones
711-3211 TROUBLES. Come. and see why yon are so unhappy, when Catherine ". Sykes. Samuel Rev 'E. Taylor and Rev B. will lead the devotions. Communion
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted,:' Lee Reid will be a special Aim will be administered.The .
sick and worried whet you can be helped and everything made, guest. Cervices win close Sunday
Mill .TIE EISTEI .Ill CUE-IN IEMIE .,11Bob clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody ".1-' March ZI, at J p... the message pastor or will his be appointee deliveredby
com*. MO MAIL AJBWERED. I make BO boos calls. Dont Regular services have
also :Made
will be furnished the
mistake the 14c1r.... SISTER BESSIE is located north of] I JEWS lUlU if been _lid, Sunday School combined choirs Oder the by direction -
iCallshaa on UJB. 11,1/J mile from City of Callahan, Florida. All newishoaldbeinthtFlorida begins at 9 M a m. vita Mrs.' of Mrs. B.J. Williams.
1440 iPhone: 879-2210. Star Glace by TMsdayat D.B. Banes suptriatenotnt. Usher Board Mo. 1 win ,
Smith Studio- Myrtle' Aee ,WATCH FORHZRSIGlf DC FRONTOFHOlEE-Acrouthe street 0 1p.m. Teachers will assist serve.
from you should man your news, The Mrs. D. Jones is president.
.. SPORJSMA1C MOTEL Morning service
l" It should be begins win the Following
mailed Monday me Boralng service
It so
15 Strut ,ffm
dally from I jn. to 10 ,.Ii consecration of choirs
that it will aid aa
THB .reach cr office by old-fariilaned dinner will /be,
CUPPOWlKtITLESTOOTOl50f; ( READING for $2.00 tan to
Tvesday. service II tie served. All art welcome. Re?.'

.. basement of the charch.Deacons .C.B. Wiley, secretary..

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I Mississippi's Black Disaster Victims Get Emergency Mobile Homes Aid .1

AtT Credit Union Lists Chicago's laurel Mayor Expresses flanks
Miamian Receives Award

$136,875 li Record Year Vice Lords For Tiraely Assistance Given

GREENSBORO, N.C.-Record' J1S8.875.52, an increase of Approximately 100 families Twelve units arrived In Haiel-
assets of more than $1S8,000 disasters hurst and $8 additional| mobile
more than $3,000 over the Entertain PolicemenCHICAGO left homeless by separate -
were reported to shareholders previous year's assets. in two Mississippi com- home units can be sent tc that
of the Educational Workers Wallace also noted that loans munities are eligible or have community on the request of
'Federal Credit Union at ALT totaling more than$59,000 were (NPQ) That. +" r already moved into emergency local authorities
Stale a University here. processed by the credit union Chicago policemen would be the mobile home housing a resultof The results generated by the
hU report to the croup In 1968. This was a significant guests of the Conservative Vice the work by a special Presidential fact-finders
UUum Wallace, secretarf: increase over the $48,000 In Lords at an open house might, Presidential fact-finding prompted Laurel Mayor Fern
treasurer, said assets on hand loans processed in 1967. This strike some people u strange, mission that visited the disaster Bucklew to send the following
it '
the end of 1968 totaled was also a record. but it happened in the Windy' areas last week. telegram to Secretary Romney:
"We have had tremendous City, where the Vice Lords used Robert J. Brown, special "Deeply grateful for your concern -
AnthologistSOL ,growth. ," said Wallace, "even to be one of the city's most assistant to President Nixon, and prompt response to
tbmgh we are not yet what we notorious gangs. reported that Rousing and Urban our need In Laurel, Miss. Tour
would like b become." At the open house, the Vie Development Secretary George capable representatives were
In other business, a dividend Lords presented their new Romney has set aside 100 our guests. They represented
of <4< per cent was voted on all philosophy of "community de- mobile' homes to meet very favorabk' and forcefully:
shares and the following velopment.! Police officialswere emergency housing needs for both! your office and President
officers were re-elected: Dr. invited to Inspect the \; victims of an explosion in Inspection tour. Our entire city
W.L. Kennedy, Dr W.T. G1bb8, .programs. Laurel and for families whose says thank yon for promptperformance
Sr., and Wallace, directors; The Vice Lords, now a respected \ ." homes were levelled by a rather than empty;
Vance E. Gray, credit commit- Westside organization, tornado that ripped through the olDlael."
tee. Miss Monnle Allen was operate a restaurant, a com- Hazelhurst area. Brown reported Aaron Henry
elected to the credit committee bination clolhlnc and boot store, The mobile homes are being of the Mississippi NAACP and
and a project for artists. They ... ..-< --- made available to families in the Rev. Alan Johnson of the
AAT's credit union was also run two Houses of Lords i MIAMI Brady Lee Jones, 2S, supply porter at Miami's downtown Victoria Hospital, was the disaster communities as Mississippi SCLC, u well u
chartered on February 3, 1938, "hang-Ins" teenagers under recently presented with a Certificate of Award and cash bonus by Miss Vega Perkins, R.N., needs are certified by local state and local officials give
and Is the only federally- nursing director at the hospital, in recognition of meritorious service. Jones, an employe at housing authorities. their full cooperation with the
chartered credit union 17.Bobby Gore, Vice Lords Victoria for the past eight years, was the unanimous choice of officials at the institution for Brown said eight unit.alr.a yare Presidential fact-finders.
affiliated with a state institution spokesman said the Vice Lords the February awarei'and cash bonus. Be came to ..laml.fatat years ago from his native occupied In Laurel and 10 Forty-eight houslDlUl ts were
in North Carolina.Growth of the ,have changed their image because Alabama His mother, Mrs. Louise Lee, is a resident of Coconut Grove. His duties include additional units now are In destroyed in Laurel and 168
BATTLE organisation must be called "We didn't want to have the constant checking of supplies throughout the facility and the replenishing of Items needed. varying stages of readiness for homes were damaged as a result
remarkable when it is any more confrontations with He distributes all items received by the purchasing department and, in addition, has traineda occupancy. Upward to 32 additional of a butane gas tank car explosion -
Puttier House, Ltd., a new considered that thecredit police, which at times we staff of five other porters for quick and efficient action in emergencies. units can be assigned following a Southern
publisher In New York City, union's total assets In 1939 caused but which at other times Tlerney ft Kllllngsworth Photo to Laurel if needed. Railway train wreck.
has announced that a top-selling were $327.30 were provoked by the police j "
book, Ghetto '68, has gone Into
its second printing. This anthology White Educator Seeks Political I
was edited by Sol Battle, I

'above maker,,a who black attended writer Temple and film Cloit To Retain Slum BuildingCHICAGO

University. The book consist -(SPQ)-A classical proximately 99 per cent which 0" ,', ,
of stories and poems of 12 new example of Black people are Black families. .. ,
black and Puerto Rican writers being made the pawns In a game Dr. Blankner doesn't really -, r. .' .
of Harlem, ages ranging front of high social drama came to care about those 18 Black \" ,
'1$ to thirty-four. It has been light last week when-Circuit families or Mayor Daley's r" .
endorsed by Bertrand Russell, Court Judge Edward Egan housing shortage. She seems '
and by Professor Gannai' turned down a plea for an Indefinite more determined to save her '
Myrdal of Stockholm. It baa injunction to bar slum property. But she won't
been selected as a text at sever demolition of a slum building make an appearance in courtIn : Just 28
al leading American and owned and operated by a white her own behalf. She has spent years
Canadian colleges. educator. The building is in the thousands of dollars on lawyersand
Photo by Bitten Lundqulsl predominantly Black Woodlawnarea telephone calls, and has
where the city Is clearing written hundreds of letters advocating -

Black Polices11 land in an urban renewal the Americanization after the end of
project to build low-income of Urban Renewal." slavery
housing. In spite of the shortage of
Praised After The absentee-landlord is Dr. housing units and Judge Austin's
Frederlka Blankner, poetressin ruling on discrimination, this
Hikiig ArrestsNEW resident and chairman, case is particularly Interesting
Classics Department, Adelphl in that it shows to what great black
ORLEANS (NPI) College, Garden City, Long lengths slum landowners will gr a performedthe
Albert Green, a 23yearoldBlack Island, N.Y. Her plea for a to keep their propertlel.Commissioner. surgeon
policeman, has been stay of demolition Indefinitely
,praised as the top hero In the was based on her "desire' to
west of over 100 narcotics qualify.for federal assistance
users and pushers-80 percent to rehabilitate her property and first successful heart
,,ot them whits-.In the Crescent "savevlt u a home for the 18' ,. .
City and vicinity. Black I families who want to : I
Green dressed like a hippie, continue to live In the communlty. -'
lived with them, and Uked ."
their language. He thus found v Judge Egan denied the injunc-
out their secrets of dope pushing tlon, and refused to let Dr operation.
and enabled the police to Blankner's lawerloha'
move In and make the arrests. 0-Learjr, withdraw from the
His activities were part of an case. \ &*: "
effort to rid the city of dope The city of Chicago and Dr. <
peddlers and other objectionable Blankner have faced each other I
persons during the Mardi In curtbattiesalltiewaytothe ..,
:Gras Illinois Supreme Court,
The New Orleans Pollee where sne lost the case. This'' Old Taylor Presents Americans
Department, the District At' newest action by Dr. Blankner : Ingenious
torney's office, the Federal {was an attempt to forestall
Bureau of Narcoticsthe moves toward demolishing her
Louisiana Stale police, the U.: ..building, while she was seeking vDR. Dr Daniel H Williams ((1858-1931))
S. Customs Bureau, and the a (GOP) political clout to force- Ii
Mississippi Highway Patrol the Democratic-controlled city,
joined in the effort.A government to make an exception 1893. Memories of the Civil By the time he was twelve, his Only eight years after gradua-

native of Mew Orleans anda of her building, which, War were still fresh, Black Ameri- father had died and his mother had tion, Williams founded Provident
graduate of Carver High like a few others in the area,
.. .. RAKCE
School, Green formerly served, also is before the courts and cans were just beginning to get usedto deserted. Hospital, the first infirmary open to

as a Jet-engine mechanic in are the only buildings remaining Dr., M. Maceo Nance, Jr., the idea of freedom. Few of them Moving to Wisconsin, young all patients and physicians, regard-
the Another U.S. Air Black Force.policeman was stroke untouched.A of long delayed Justicein above, leading Negro educator the I. were able to pursue a higher Dan scraped enough money to- less of race or creed.
and was
responsible lor similar exposure another court ruling had principal Navy speaker, at commissioning education.But gether barbering to put himself From Chicago, Dr Williamswas
of narcotics use ana. given Dr. Blankner new hope ceremonies of the already some black Amer- through a local academy. From called to Washington to reor-

peddling a few years ago. that Two she weeks could ago save Federal the building.Judge naclear submarine at Norfolk, Sea Devil Va. icans were reshaping not only their there he went to Chicago, and with ganize and head the Freedman's
in the ,
t Louisville NAACP Richard B. Austin handed downa The ship shipyard was christened on I own country, but the world. Sev- the help of a prominent family,.he Hospital, then operated by the Fed-

Launches Voter decision saying the Chicagofederallyfinanced public, October 5, 1967. Rear Admiral enty-five years befpre'an African graduated from Northwestern eral Government. ,He organized "

housing was discriminating in Commandant James of C.the Dempsey Fifth Naval, ; Negro gave his heart for the 'first Medical School Freedman's into departments, col-

Registration Drive 'Its placement practices. Judge District, accepted the ship for J successful human-heart transplant, lected a staff of twenty specialists,
Austin ordered the city and to cease the Nary Commander Richard an American Negro"performed theworld's I and created the beginnings of a
LOUISVILLE K,. The building new units, gave Cur L suihe order place
Political Action Committee of (the housing authority $0 daysto ,her in commission and Is the first successful heart nursing school.
come npwlthaplaatocorrect first to commano l1er.vr. administration
the Louisville Branch of the, operation.It Under Williams' -
the discrimination practices Nance whO.II"ed u a Navy
National Association Colored for the: The city is suffering from an coxswain from 1943 to 1946, happened on' a cold wind'ynight this once-primitive institution,
of People
Advancement haslaunchedanlntenslvemonth acute shortage housing units,: is now president of South when a knifing victim was housed in pre-Civil War buildings,
and a half voter especially income units in Carolina State College at rushed to Chicago's Provident Hos- soon became the model for today'smodern
Black communities. The Orangetauf. Be was"honoredby
citizens registration nave been drive.advised Negro to Chicago Housing Authority has .Kappa Alpha Psi last fear pital. The wound was'a fraction of hospital. 1
vote for political candidates said, in fact, the city has a for distinguished service in education : an inch from the man's heart. Even without that historic ("

I on the basis of"what they can 7,000 family waiting list, an- and the community. Under the medical conditionsof heart operation,Dr.Williams would i
for .
I do us. .. !. rrjitrrrrt 1893, the man was almost a sure have been considered a great man.
Jobs M. Brooks, NAACP
national director of voter ': TH:'MIT iw TI cm' Tin n lET E goner. X-rays weren't'yet discov- But that medical "first" put him
registration, told the kick-off ered. Blood transfusions were prac- into a very select class. The class of
rally, "..',. got to get away tically unknown. There were no truly Ingenious Americans. i
from this business of votingfor PRICE
a man because he's Blackor [ modern "miracle dr gs." Would you like to own this t

white. We've got to vote for Yet, with incredible skill, Dr. handsome sculptured bust of Dr. D.

do eandldetes. for us." for what they can : DI G'STOIE NEEDS; 5 Williams attempted the'long shot. H.Williams? It's 8" tall, made of an-

me campaign has a goal of 1' a. And his patient became the first r tique bronze cast stone, and carries

10,000 new registered voters / .- .. man to survive a heart operation. the complete Williams story. It
o by Marco tt. As part of this .Trade with Tour Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEETI
effort, the NAACP Is asking I.ANY PRICES ADV at YOUR LOCAL PAPERS we deliver* Had it been any other hospitalor costs $5.00 (which what, it costs

voting officials to extend hours ".we also fill all Doctors' Prescription- *. any other .surgeon, the man K us). Send check or money order to:
for registration and provide might have died within the hour.
elghborhood centers. registration "Sewed up the human jfieart, ," head-' 1 ri tral Station. New York,N.Y.I 00 17.

|IDixie Pharmacyj I.i I.. lined a Chicago newsp per. Please allow 8 weeks for delivery.
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.... was a long way from the small I"
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by Mary Reynolds .

Dinners Wits Happy Endings
On of the* moat Important
elements of a dinner party
menu is the deasert. You can
serve the moat exotic entree,
but if it's followed by a (election
of "jiut des ert. the final
effect II anti.climactic.

Dazzling Pudding Desserts
J + Y After preparing a complete
meal no one feels like baking
a cake. And few guests feel Ilk
eating any. A gourmet meal
calls for a light ending Fordesserts
that take the takeout -
of menua-think
(Makes 6 to.8 servings cling, delicious did:. Sally Lunn Is a traditional English bread that hat also won
Creaminess American favor. Originally a yeast loaf, often baked in aTurk'
Vi cup finely chopped I'/ cups (10>/i-ounce can) Key bread
Recent studies have shown head mold, the bread was adapted to the quick
pepper "el.tlbl..beeflOup ,
green that method by ingenious American cooks. Baking powder reduces
moat people rate
melted butter 2 cubed cooked him creamy
tablespoons cups folded into the batter,
dessert Ugh on the list of dessert preparation time and beaten egg whites
2 tablespoons flour la cups thawed(10-ounce(frozen package ind) preferences. Creamy padding give the bread iti customary lightness.
V4 teaspoon pepper carrots !peas desserts are sure to pleaseif Another New World addition U enriched corn meal a stapleof
t cup undiluted Carnation you make them eyeappealing. 10 many American kitchent. Corn meal adds a subtle flavor
Evaporated Milk .i, that's For creamy a pudding aa the cream dessert on and slightly crunchy texture that it truly delightful. Attractive

Saute green pepper In butter until tender. Stir In flour and top, choose a supercreamychocolate Sally Lunn Ring Is delicious with butter and marmalade.of Serveit the
with tea or coffee and bring a charming custom
cream pie made with
until blended. Gradually add evaporated milk. Add
pepper graham-cracker crust, rich British tea table to.your own table toon.
vegetable soup to sauce and blend well Stir In ham and packaged chocolate nut pudding
\egetables Continue cooking until heated through stirring ailing and dollops of whip- SALLY LUNN RING
occasionally. Pour mixture Into buttered 1't quart casserole Tht' following recipe Is designed tobrlnf out a loaf delicious to the last degree Try ill I Cherry pad cream on Makes one M-qt.. ring mold
Top with Sweet Potato Dumplings. Bake In hot oven Apple.Brown Loaf butter or ; sugar; 4 eggs; 2 cups canned top. Or, swirl enriched 1 tablespoon baking
iIItspurposflcur H
l.aoooF.1 20.25 minutes. apple sauce; 1/2 cup mill; 4 cups sifted ; 2 teaspoons baling porter; 1 creamy vanillapudding MyTFine cup meal powder
teaspoon baking soda; 1 teaspoon salt; 2 tablespoons grated lemon rind! ; 1-1/3 cups choppednuts .
SWEET POTATO DUMPLINGS: Sift 1 cup flour, 1>. tea. and 1 cup sifted all- 3 tablespoons butter.
Cream butter margarine \
; 2/3 cup maraschino cherries, chopped. together or sugar; through chocolate
spoons baking powder and !. teaspoon salt together. Add add eggs, one at a time, beating after each. Stir in apple sauce and milk.Sift together flour, nut pod purpose
1/3 cup mashed sweet potatoes and ri cup undiluted Car- baking powder, baking soda and salt; add to creamed mixture and mix well Add grated lemon ding and serve1 2 tablespoons sugar 3 eggs,separated
nation Evaporated Milk. Stir In 2 tablespoons salad oil and rind, nuts drained maraschino cberi tea. Pour into 2 greased loaf pans 9" x 5" x 3". Bake in in darkling Vi teaspoon salt tt cup milk

1 tablespoon water. Mix until well casserole.blended. Drop by heap. moderate oven, 350 degrees F., 1 hour. Remove from pans; cool on wire rack before slicing. topped with wli'pped cc eat Heat oven to hot ((400oF.). Sift together corn meal, flour,
Ing teaspoonfuls around edges of Makes 2 loaves. Bits of canned or fresh fruit sugar, salt and baking powder into medium-sbed bowl. Cut in
layered with cream pudding butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs Beat eu whites
also i -icltfnl fare Keep i Beat and milk. Addto
until stiff peaks form. together egg yolks
EDGEWOOD Happiness Is lirthdays and a variety instant of pudding packaged flavors regular on corn meal mixture; stir only until dry ingredients are
moistened.Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites.
/ AVE. shelves
/ B STOREJACKSONVILLE your so you can cook
Happiness Is the birthday song or blowing out all your up, or whip up, creamy treats Pour into well'greased I %-qt. ring mold. Bake in preheated
candles. ,or when you're young just being surprised In little for quick snacks II'well as oven (400F.) 25 to 30 minutei. Serve hot with butter and
BEACH ways So when a birthday rolls around proclaim It the birthday happy meal..ndiDp.leaf marmalade,
'OPEN, SUNDAY; child day "Jane Jones Day" all day long and start with
/L tiny presents at the breakfast table For the birthday cake surprise 'Inn1 lissirt
s A... later In the day try cupcakes, They're pretty personal -
M A KETts and practical. Especially baked In no-wash. paper.lined muffin Everybody loves ice cream -all Give A Boost
S V P.E R To cups. To. frost cupcakes quickly, twirl cake tops lightly in a bowlof year 'round. Ice cream's for the.
fluffy type frosting and see how they peak. Now for a cupcake
'p and the young-at-heart. And'iI'
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recipe that's sure to make your kitchen happiness headquarters
> the most delicious, the easiest;
,Mom. .
.mediately alter' removing cup the most often used convenience To BreakfastOne
WESTERN CENTER CUT VELVET CRUMp CUPCAKES cakes from oven, top each with food.
a chocolate-covered mint patty. Betty Brownell, home economistfor
l/j! cups Blsqulck When the patty melts, spread the National Association of to cope with late snoozers Is to make breakfast a
?4 cup sugarS lightly for marbled mint fresh Food Chains, suggests ice cream ;; ral. Even on a chilly dark morning they'll be out of
CHOP tablespoons shortening Ing for the winter hostess, Served in bed I In a hurry when you're serving hot waffles with Rich Coffee-.
left Nut Sauce The sauce has unique taste from Maxim FreeseDried -
Little Clown of Ice la
Cupcakes Make a myriad ways,. cream
Coffee and buttered with its flavor.
'4 cup milk faces frosted loved syrup homey maple
1 vanilla on cupcakes with by all. This sauce spells "instant hostess" at other times of day, since
t teaspoon bits of candied fruit. In a frozen pie, ice cream takes It also will glamorize ice cream, pudding, or cake In an outoftheordlnary -
Heat oven to 400. In large Porcupine Cupcakes: Stick pea> on a more elegant appearance: A,
C1J1Ue" mixer bowl combine Blsqulck nut halves or silvered almonds no-bake coconut crust forms a base way.Risk Coffeo-Nol Sane
sugar, shortening egg and ",i Into frosted cupcakes. <, pi .then three flavors of ice cream fill
-4 .cup of,,the milk. Beat 1 minute the AeU.. Combinations such 1 teaspoon freeze-dzied coffee 1/2 cup buttered syrup
';' -'r 79"1 at medium speed on mixer, Serve with Ibe: blrthdajftwloSfavorite ,chocolate, vanilla and coffee as 1 teaspoon boiling water ./4 cap chopped pecans
; delight
Ice And
*. I cream all together
scraping sides and bottom of
In small bowl, mix coffee with boiling water until dissolved.
; : now/ "Happy Birthday diners, especially when the luscious
LB' bowl frequently by hand. ,Add or beat remaining vigorously vou." .offering topped with toasted coconut ding.Add syrup Makes and 374 nuts.cup sauce.Serve on waffles, ice cream, cake, or pud
to match the crust.
milk and vanilla; beat tt min
ute. Pour Into paper baking I
............................................... cups set in muffin cups, Fill 4
full Bake about 15 minutes.
Makes 18 medium cupcake
FRESH FLA.GRADE A BAKINbHENS Cupcake clue: Use mediUm. "siper.Rijkt" Qulitjf FKESI IAMB SUNDER
FANCY GRADE A SLICED sized Ice-cream scoop to put

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candy animal crackers
gumdrops, chocolate sprinkles.
GOLDEN FLEET BREADED U. S, IIPOTATOES or colored sugar Or try these

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3.4613g. figure and be a "mindstlcker" LB.
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really just common

PILLSBURY sense.Meals can be nourishing, Special! "

( LIMIT 1 WITH$5 OR I avolidupols.tasty and still And not they hear can)'-up the Parker Delicious

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BLUE PLAT trim-slimming a molded food.tomato For aspictoppal example

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MAYONNAISE of cottage cheese In chicken
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chicken for hearty appetites. eggsand Jam Parker Cinnamon, Jelly, or Pineapple Top Cleans, Whitens,* Brightens Extra Special"

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1 egg white
Mix buttermilk, sweetener, (Fresh Juicy Special) .
'FAB salt, strawberries and vanilla ,Ana Pact Macaroni 4ChMs' Extra Special
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; : he avocado The versatile frui t .
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II WOMEN'S TALKBY leather Is That Seethrough Umbrella Try A Bath To r"

.NEGRO.PRF ." INTERNATIONALIf Part Of The Chase Away That

you have "bousehold help". Empty the garbage can and line
throw this column la the waste U with a clean paper bag.Scrub Total Look Tiring Blue Feeling I
basket Immediately..if not the
may find some of Its' contents you Sweep with or cleanser damp-mop and hotwater the Leather makes it big In the One sure gloom-chaser U a : .......,. ,...". ... about
worth reading.It ..floor.' .. total look la current fcsaloos... relaxing bathl! You can soon be : Junior Mitt etiquette,
.becomes less of a chore. In the bathroom, put used and sportswear designers are oaring again, mentally and i grooming and In,." "..
If you "plan" your attack on towels and teaming It attractively with the physically, If you allow enough
washcloths in the
older airier rail I A. Buffets fun
popular'knits".Colors primarily Q. My art are great -
Dint Regrettably, some cleaning .wash. Set out clean towels time for a cheer-up oak. Just
are la the brow.hmllJ..Jrom not even speaking to itch other and when your friends are managing
Jobs need to be done daily... .washcloths for everybody the sink down luxuriously In a tub becauM we're ha. ao many their buffet plates, they'll
some need to be done weeklyand family. Empty the waste lasket. a deep earthy literally filled comfortably flghu over acing the phone b appreciate the convenience of
luckily there are those mat' Wash the basin,bathtub shower shade to a pale cognac hoe- warm soapy water. Being submerged there any way out for two teens silver wrapped in napkins.
can be done once a month or and toilet bowl with hot soapor and some shades of gray. In water buoys up your In {-OD'phoI.mU,? Makes it easy to carry plate and
once In a while I detergent suds or cleanser Leather makes an body almost like a home-type A. Admittedly It does take silver! You might try avocado
Avoid the urge to try and If needed. Hop the floor with entry embroidered and "antiqued" counterpart of isro-G. This some compromising! How about green and antique gold Kleenex
complete too many "special" sudsy water, then rinse and, to the mottled finish relaxation and a weightless, letting up a achedule where the dinner napkins for a two-tone
Jobs on the same day. let It dry. of an ancient wardrobe cheat, floating feeling soothe frazzled phone It yours from 7:00 to 8:00: combination that makes a pretty
Try out little "tricks" that In the bedrooms air the beds or hardware trimmed. like an nerves to make you feel better and hera from 8:00: to 9007: with table.Persian-blue'napkini.Or combine snow white lust
make household tasks easier and then make them outsized alpper.ADytblDI all orer. Add perfumed bath Simply explain to your friends
up.Change In leather is wwtIt.jI'i1iJLitseethrough what the aituation la -they'relure roll the silver in the napkins-
tor""you. Next time 'make the oil to the water to further
you waterproofs pads on "fashionable" from Jewelry, to be tympathetic. And for convenience and color!
beds or wash and windows polish children's Put bed, If necessary. shoes, gloves, handbags and enhance feminine that aira.pampered Then scrub, your parents' aake put a time (F,,,: T*,fAtrtclt oJ You,"
try clothes
floors save"yourself"time away In closets or head buggers to skirts amt; limit of 10 minutes on each bootleg tkt nploimuhat
and effort. Take fewer drawers. Put soiled clothes In of It it briskly with a well-lathered call, to that if people want to tvbnt girt
wesklts..and course, bt>P'*>
steps and unless you are weight the wash. for loofah, washcloth, or body reach your folks they'll be able, KtcommmJtJ jar
iced dresses up.
watching, reach and bend and Straighten each room and lavishly and coats. umbrellas ss seen here W t striking example by Pains Kits. brush. Such stimulation makes to do ao. *growl ga 9 to 14. Seed ..",. ."J
stoop as little the waste : Jackets Transparent striped triangles are bordered with volte the entire body feel better and rm bullet
as possible.When empty baskets. Dry Wesklts In leather velvet, fur opaque Q. planning e part sJttmi to "Mirtclt EJutttieitDtpurtmtnl
yon have discovered the most mop the floors. Dust the furniture fabrics, are tops, vinyl la an umbrella with shiny white vinyl crook handle and you will emerge from the tub for my crowd and am lookingfor Kimhtrh-Clir; i
comfortable approach getting and window sills.In or with Jeweled short skirts and the"here-: long ferrule. Not only Is the vinyl completely waterproof and Tolnjoy a delightful In Dew and easy ways to make Corp., Ninth, Wit. 349)6)
the job done, and properly the living room, tidy up. to-stay" Pacts! a treat protector, but the see-through triangles provide an :'spirits. the table look especially pretty.
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then added factor In Any aiiggeitlonsT
that Is your "thing. Throw out papers. Empty the The "Jetters" are using lid safety downpours.
In launching your all-out ash trays and waste basket.Dry of leather Jewelry to accent .
attack, collect all the cleaning mop the floors. Dust the furni- sportswear and the after-ski
supplies and tools you will need ture and window sills. costumes. SAVEtr ,.
for each job. Keep them hand) In the dining room, use a When It comes to gracing the
to the place where you are carpet sweeper or vacuum to tresses, leather can be either hAul YOU'CAN SAVE
working.A get up drumbs under and around a genuine hide or a fabulous 1
basket with a handle Is con the table. It the floor Is bare, take! Only the owner needs to
venient and time-saving to cart use a slightly Camp mop. Dust know whether shelsheadgearedIn
your cleaning supplies where .the furniture and window sills.. the real thing!
your work-or Uarc's wagon. hull ALL WEEK.

back This eliminates and forth to having get soap to trot or Fashion's Big Put-On The Scarf I1 .

polish or I'pall

windows It Is good open practice so rooms to sponge.can leave air %'rooD STO0.ES On These Specials. Prices Good thru Wed., March 19th

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should be washed after every J cA+ I....OIMII OAIUN. : 12"ARROW
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mud, and dirt. Dip it In a big: which tops e shirt which goes As Penney's fashion seen ?"..'H' .....,.-................_............ ....._ Beans.... ...... ItH
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Josephine Baker'sPa. Furnishings Sold While Artist Was On Fund-Raising Trip

Special Industrialist; ,St. Louis Born Entertainer

Governor Names BlackMan rt Iii Unable To Raise Enough "Funds.

To Big Urban Program. VIENNA(NPQ-Hard Ixk: : two Kiddle Ages lfaighta'wardrobes

has been dogging the footsteps went for a little over
HARRSBURG. Pa- Kenneth commitment Pennsylvania Industry Josephine Baker, internationally $1,000 each. Twoauthentlc
L. Hawthorne, Pennsylvania is making to assist known singer- corsair chests drew only. $620

Turnpike Supervisor for the government with urban dancer for any number of years .and $400The .
Gulf Oil Company. U5, has problems since her formal retirement veteran entertainer's own
been appointed Special Representative Hawthorne described his newpost from the bright lights of the Louis 15th desk went for $980.
to Industry for Urban as ".selling job." heath entertainment world. Other articles of personal use

Program by Pennsylvania "I'll be calling on top executivesof The final crushing blow of also were sold. '

Governor Raymond P. Shafer about every company in the1 _. defeat smashed down on her Iflss Baker long has been
Co loan from Gulf for a year commonwealth, to convince f act week when furniture and plagued with creditors. The

ts a dollar-a-year man,' Mr. them of the immediacy of the ;, personal belongings,which once first legal attempt, however to
Hawthorne has been assignedto problems we face and to get: occupied the Chateau da have the Ullandes domain. sold
the Office of Secretary ol them to make commitments tee: 1IIJaDde.,were sold at auction was in 1963.Tyrone.
Community Affairs Joseph W. help us solve them. It's going while she was In Austria on a
Ban, Jr to work with Industry to be a busy year and I expectIt fund-raising tour. Davis
to implement the Shafer Ad to be a fruitful one." The r"St (Louis-born I, entertainer

ministration' 'urban programs Hawthorne has been In Gulf's now a French citizen, From H50
: In Neighborhood Assistance Marketing Department I I for has had to periodically come
Training and Employment Assistance more than five years. During out of retirement to secure

for Manpower(TEAM). that time he rose from Retail needed funds to help maintainthe Job To Millions

Both of these programs Consignment Representative to chateau which boused her CHICAGO How would
provide incentives for industryto Sales Representative in Pittsburgh multi-racial of you
adopted family .
feel If you were a struggling
become Involved with the then last summer to '
14 children. She bad already barely able to support
government In solving urban Pennsylvania Turnpike Super. .... .. ../: :.., '' : tailed in her efforts to retain singer family on $150 you
problems. vlslor. In that post he was ..: : .... the chateau-which she had your
\t.T" earned In local nlte-
"Mr. Hawthorne,' the governor responsible for all operations .., .., .t" hoped to turn Into a tourist clubs when suddenly had
said, "brings to government of Gulfs 11 service centers on you
attraction-for it was sold at
a hit record that surpassedthe
of business
an understanding the toll road In addition to auction last May.
million sales mark
and bow wecan get businessmen handling Gulf's dealings with Hiss Baker undertook the one
mOil Involved in the problemsof the Pennsylvania Turnpike .t To 30-year-old Tyrone
Austrian swing in an effort to was "no big thing." Unexcited -
our cities Commission
salvage at least her furnitureand
"He was selected by Gulf as Mr. Hawthorne is a native of personal effects. But the over the nationwide acclaim
"one of their outstanding young Pittsburgh where he was i effort was wasted. of record buyers who
executives. The fact that Gulf graduated from Schenley High purchased Ills "Can I ChangeMy
) Though she dispatched a last- .
has shown this interest in Mind' disc on the Windy
helping School He attended Virginia
state government fill the State College and the University creditors minute telegram that shebad to her secured French .City based Dakar label, the
steel mill worker car'wasller
need for such a man is avery of Pittsburgh. onetime ,
some 17,000 toward the$30,000
and valet's
good indication of the new big concern
needed to retire her debts it
Is over whether he can duplicatethis
was not enough to bait the feat on his new record
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WHEN YOU ARE IlL Kenneth L. Hawthorne (right), on-loan nom guff uu iOine Amnmistrtuat's urban programs in detgabornooa Assistance proceedings.The sale included luxurious release next month.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as Special Representative to and Manpower Employment Assistance and Training, Re has furniture from the periods of .Born in Greenville Kiss, a

Industry for Urban Programs, confers with Pennsylvania been In Gulf's Marketing Department for more than five years, Louis 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th;, ,nigh school dropout In Saginaw
'You Seek The Best Doctor Governer Raymond P. Shafer (center) and Community Affairs and most recently was Supervisor of the company's 11 service rare porcelain pieces and an Mich, and wise to the waysof
When Your Doctor Prescribesget I Secretary Joseph W. Barr Jr. Mr. Hawthorne. a dollar-a- centers on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. unusual Ivory figurine ., Chicago street life, Davis,
Pharmacists 111; year man will work with Industry to Implement the Shafer collection. Some estimates six months ago was about to
I give up the struggle..! It was
To Fill accord place the value of the items
back to the steel mills for me "
ing To Your Doctor's Orders.We Southern U. Speaker Warns upward to 1160,000. be said In pointing his
up ,
Use Only The Best Quality I I More than i,000persons(some despair and disillusionment

Drugs. C.S.. BLACK'rropr etor i wt ia Grads To Avoid "Comnoimess" were antique on dialers hand at the) Chateau reportedly, But Lady Luck smiled on llm
: in October when Dakar's Willie
located close to Perlgueux.
YOUR OWN HOME 354-6746 Dr. Robert Owens presidentof of the American Empire." Miss Baker's unique period Henderson walked Into Walter's
Knorvllle (Term.) College Referring to the "Lost Gener. furniture went for ridiculous Corner here and liked Davis'
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA
style and delivery of a tune
challenged mid-term graduates ation" In America-the people '
sums, especially the authentic '
COMPLETE LINE OF : All BRICKIi of Southern University recently who have been passed over by Louis 13th buffets and wardrobes The next day the 6'1", 110
to "Declare now that you do technology and swift changesin pound blues singer came down .
-- !r- '- 3BEDROOMfc not choose to be a common America, tad who are pushed A Spanish Renaissance secretary to the record firm's office with
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles :
SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS man, but retain the right to further down the totem pole- went for over $2,000 andScholarship, 'a demo record of"Can. I Change ,
As low ass be uncommon if you can and Dr. Owens declared to the My Ulnd
as you become fee uncommon graduates that, "it incumbent
,! DELIVERED-CALLED FOR All) MOpEI G 9P EAV Individual yon will then aO the upon each of you to make their.

N things which will I lead to the .burdens!! jlghter, and serve them Recipient
;' "'"1907 lilKES, ROAD 353.1211"1I11's '*,' 11'Vernon'3t. American Society,becoming an of>';:'br?BEd9lat to provide |.oond.|>
off Olvl SALES OFFICE atu open society for all of mankind'*. ,chance for them". 1 ti ti1
DIVISION & 2OthST. EXP, The former Dean of the College The graduates were told to
Drug Store RAND PARK 01 Arts and Sciences at Southern f -"Have a sense of dignity for

University appeared as MidTerm your own being, don't let anyone : .
Commencement speaker :dominate your intellectuality, 1
where degrees were conferredon and don't let anyone tell you that -
: 343 undergraduate and 38 )there is only bleakness black "
EARNING and LEARNING graduate students by the uni ness". p '
versity's President Dr. G. Leon. But the Knoxvllle College .} ,

Nettervllle Jr. president warned the group, Q QI
rj Speaking from the subject title, "not to find a lot of comfort
I I, Boys & Girls Can Make Money"Hundreds > "What Time Is It?", Dr.Owens and solace in slogans because'a

ventured that, "men are now slogan without substance is
j going to the moon, but on earth, meaningless"
men have not yet learned to live "Black Is beautiful' thespeaker

Of Florida Star Newsboys Are together" addlngthat"lt'stlm said, but added, "there I
now t o make certain that we is a time when Black can be

EARNING From 'I. to 's10.00 ,1 !'i can become brothers... ugly as any other slogan with
Weekly ; : Drawing an analogy from the a sense of non-objectivity".
'. song hit "Flying Home' by The graduates were challenged
And LEARNING to do business. I fabled Lionel Hampton, Dr.. to seek out their God-given
Owens said that "Unless R
talents and use them because
s>' : America will begin to work "there's enough work yet to
YOUNGSTERS I If You you are smart I towards rectifying the wrongs be done to occupy you until the
I I and all of must wort cooperatively 22nd Century."
and want to earn your own money, I In this, then we will all Dr. Owens concluded with, ( J

I II see.the beginning of the.decline "There is still hope even ,,fobn A. Ennsf: 1M9 Charles POser- an3 Company! Inc. Achievement

this is I the way to do if. r !J though the world looks bleak Scholar, from !Laurelton' N.Y., receives his scholarship

Safe at Home and dim, if we work together ;'certificate; from J. William Stuart, Executive Committee Chair- ,
we'll come to the conclusion pan of the diversified producer of pharmaceutical chemical
PARENTS! Your child ..m.lY'nol need ,
NEW YORK-Home im't
,; t" as as Tennyson In his "Ulysses" agricultural and consumer products. John, who aspires to a
safe *i it should be, the Insurance Come: my friends 'tis not career in teaching, is one of 340 outstanding Negro students who
but the raining Information Institute observes .: too late to seekanewerworld- have won college
money, ( gained as a scholarships sponsored by Industry and
More than twice as many adding that, "when we have foundations in the fifth National Achievement Scholarship Pro

i persons died in accidents at found that newer world, then gram. As sponsor of his scholarship. Pfizer will award hint up

newsboy will help him to be successful home than in accidents at work we will be able to ascertain,: to $1,500 a year to be used at a university of his choice. A senior,
-28,500 compared to 14200. What! Time it is". ., .' at Springfield Gardens High School John has been cited for

distinguished scholastic work In chemistry and French. In his
in later life. Many of (he most successful free time he has concentrated on staging dramatic productions ,

Your cycling and work u a camp counselor. The Evans family lives
professional beautician 'at 137-70 224th Street, !Laurelton N.T.IIr. Evans Is employed

men were Newsboys. Start A Route ;,.....:.:..:. 1 knows the answer. by Rhelngold Breweries, Inc.,. and his wife Is affiliated with
Central School District No. S inSrosset, N.T. Previous Pfizer
i scholarship winners have attended Benssetaer Polytechnic Institute -'
Anywhere Yon Live In Florida. Can your hairbe damaged Amherst and Case Western Reserve University In

addition to supporting the National Achievement Scholarship
'\ from ,Program, Pfizer also furnishes educational assistance to Its

: kiU; ,J (>\;, brushing, alone? employes and their children, as well as financial and fellowship -
; .i; % grants to leading PA educational and medical institutions.

'. ', .... a All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural -
) .T1 t : : 1 elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals, Im- llck Capitalism" Daaieroas

;;: 1 ;,;: properly used, also take their toll...not to mention simple attempts I
: at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of

, 111 fn TII ii, listllss : .. : ., c, dull natural looking results are brittleness, breakage dry and Say AFL-CIO Leaders In Miami

"Black Capitalism" Is
"y," Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles dangerous Captlallsm" Is a dangerous,
Insidious '
FILL OUT. Tt.tlS'COUPON TODAY 'actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair divisive, ,was the opinion expressed divisive delusion, offered u a
I .
panacea by extremists both
that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians leaders .
by of the AFL-
, FT&qBA MAS=Z32JIwriefBcd Jacksonville Florida'/ claim Black andwhitssome businessmen
that nothing beats Clalrol
t condition Beauty Pack Treatment CIO who met in Miami recently who
for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. to discuss aid and assistanceto see a chanceforproftt

f ............ ................... _.. .............." ... leaving work-with hair creme lively which and easy can to even applied condition during Is a an chemical Negroes with a view to and misguided a few liberals well-intentioned" but .
J building up and
FIRST NAME 'WT'MAKE encouraging One effect of such :
a program,
straightening retouch to
prevent drying of hair that has been Negro business finding Jobs
said the leaders, would be the
previously relaxed condition' Is the ultimate In repairing deep- : for Negroes and spurring up
down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers,' a program for more and better Determining of measures that.
are sorely needed
hairdressers turn to new Clalrol Hair Dew* astbeywouldrelate
-the lotion conditioner education for the Blacks In
:ADDRESS STREET 1 NUMBER. PBONENO. ,' that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant America. to the Black man,and

k t I .riI conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol The convention went record to. other minorities .
Send Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to as suggesting big federal Self-employ meat and Indet'
my child ZO copies of the FLORIDA STAR pendeace will not solve the
on your hair that many friends will notice and admire. programs as aa alternative
credit to start Urn in bull.... I will Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. "Black Capitalism" Itself. to present dilemma of the Negro,
FLORIDA STAR 15 for each lie < was another conclmslon reached
copy But damage to woman's .
(tat are not -. every hair comes from so many other It was felt that 1be.SOIIveDl1Qll'IIIIcfat at
f ld"twmretuaUIIIWUlDOlbe causes that all human hair ( ilsopager meeting ..
Including wigs) needs to be re- have been pointing'
; reojUred to pay for untold copies.SK2UTURE ". Job:' training sIIoaI4''DOt be
; vitalized periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask' a at the support given
this expert to check the condition of your hair. by President Nixon, during his sacrificed, aecordlag insistedthat tone
eoBnclL Tie
; Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. campaign, to the matter of members
the Ion fa a ut shotld
.. eCKIrol Inc.]967 "Black Capitalism".
CourIMyofCIIIlrallnc. TM
OF PARENT nR make definite plans for helping
GUARDIAN z farther, the executive concllaM. ...
mass of mpl dt,
"Atjts worst 'B1I
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I Albany State Officially Withdraws From SEAC Applies For GIAC, Membership I

.Scheduling Will Be Easter


Tk1c'sr With Travel Expense DroppingALBANY
._ Ce.:-Albany State conference double round-robin
: College has withdrawn from the basketball schedule.
BATON ROUGE, 1*. (NP)-WIleD ttt Southeastern Athletic
Jaguars tab to tilt HUNTING Conference While O'Neal did not say so.
.baseball cUalllolld this season. they wW have a new foe la their Some guys catch lunkera u effective as of Kay Jl, Savannah State's entry into the
llUOO' cbedule Wisconsin Stale College. The teams wUl If fish dldnt come in any other ; ., ..: 1889. Southern Intercollegiate "Athletic -
meet to BatOll Rouge April lID I twin bill That's month after lie, while moat of ui work Yy :' I The announcement of the Conference (SIAC)'as of
SoatherD VO. HUon finer March 10. hard to catch the one that are sAir' : college's withdrawal from
Vall" SWI. against IIlIlll1pp1 .dwarfs by comparison, and June 1, was the final blow In
then feel pretty lucky. eight-member SEAC was made causing the Albany State officials -
Te a oooewful "tanker here by 0 b I. W. O'Neal; Jr., to sound the deathblow
Mill ISSUE SOLVED hunter" lurk plays a minor the director of athletics at ASCC to its membership in theSEAC.
CASA GRAN Arll. (MPI)-For Jlarlbue'-ll' fans save role. My the fishing authorities ir. He announced concurrently that The college in applying for

.disputed the Issue of who is reater-MantleorMays. The issue at out Mercury the big fish outboard U a deliberate Seeking the South" Georgia Institution membership in GIAC fe.lsthat
was solved last week wileD Mickey Mantle. 38. and racked with undertaking, requiring both a ns.officially l applying for'' scheduling will be easier and
Injuries retired after II years, and a third place In the home .knowledge of flan and an unswerving $ < membership in the Georgia the great burden of travel expense -
.run standing Wllllt Hays J7, second: to Babe Ruth In home devotion to the prop- : !; }I ; ;;{ .l taUrcoUegiaia Athletic Conference will be relieved. All
rims;signed his fourth osition that one trophy ofbragfin' .j 1ifJti" '
$120,000contractdressedlnhls .
uniform, .. (GIAC). member "schools of the GIAC
'went to the plate and hit H'Val1lDe drives to the center field of Jail sin lesser ls worth brethren.A hundred ....,. .,. ft'"i': ; m notifying SEAC president are within the state. However,

vail While lunker-catchlng proficiency ;' ;" ( William Senior of Claflln ((5. because. the GIAC schools do
down come overnight : C.) University of the decision not compete In football,Albany
BLACK GRID STAR TO TULANE there Is one basic rule the : of the college's faculty committee State will continue this sport

NEW ORLEANS (NFl) Albert Dennis a 6'5'' MO pound "locate aspiring the might lairs"keep In mind:, on athletics to dlsc.U an Independent hoping to

defensive end, became the first Louisiana Black athlete to be Lunkers, like gold are where tinue its conference affiliation attract some of the email-
signed to a football' scholarship at former all-white Tulane lyou find them. This can'be tat with the SEAC O'Neal cited college powers to its schedule.
University The school has three other Black athletes, two the most unpredictable qua the following reasons for this Already the college has added
football players from Houston and freshman basketball player .ten usually offshore where no !it' action: powerful Tennessee MI State
from the local St. Augustine High School With Dennis for the hotspot visible signs beneath give the a surface clue to' a ::" ::... : '&';"::1' 1. No other conference school, and Alabama AiM to its 1969

scholarship signing were his mother and father and Jim HalL, To find such locations tW'" ,I other than Albany State, par' schedule

Louisiana.Weekly; and O.C.W. Taylor, WTOll-TV.\ are usually quite small calls ticipates inlntercolleglatefootball.
FINALLY TAKES OVER for .1.ten ,lve prospecting ,NEWS DEADLINE:
through a great deal of barfen- I S. The decrease of natural'
SCOTTSDALE, Arts. (NFl) Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks. water. Slow trolling on the All news should be In tbeFlorida
in the conference
bowed up at the training camp recently despite the nationwide bottom or drift casting is the. .rivalries Star Office by Tuesday at Ip m.
economic strain on
baseball playas boycott. But he was not on the field ass best bet causing If you should mall your news
All-American flanker back for Southern Methodist
When MEET.-brry Levias, the athletic budget.'
player. Two years ago when it was thought he could no a fish strikes mark colleges it should be mailed Monday :
longer '
make the exact spot Immediately for University, receives the Walter Camp All-Amerlcan football award from Charles J. Herbert' : 3. The excessive travel distances
the grade, be was signed on as player-coach. However : that it will reach our office by
future reference This mmip vice president of Heubleia's Smirnoff Sales Company and a former All-Amerlcan In Lacrosse necessitated by the.
since his resurgence back to his old form-and even surpassing taking cross sightings' on land at the University of Maryland. All the members of the 1968 All-Amerlcan team were honored Tuesday.
It-.IIt shelved taking over the post until now objects that you can find It
again A single hole may yield recently at the Walter CampTouridaUon Awardsbariquet at Yale University. ,,
'"':""j.- ---
NAAU10.ET more lookers on the next few

PHILADELPHIA (MPI) The National Amateur Athletic casts hence. next day, or a year Spotlight BIGOTRY BLAMED {' If you want a better,whiskey
Union indoor track and field championships made its first The main thing Is to know : < '
appearance) at the year-old Spectrum Stadium recently. On hand exactly where the location la, WASHINGTON-(NPQ White ,: go right to the top.Seagram's .
among the 400 Athletes participating In the list annual event will for If conditions are favorable' NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Southern 7 Crown.
for Invariably''others prison gua'rds'brutality
be Willie Davenport, 15-year-old ex-paratrooper from Southern one lunker, There was a time, not very.long ago when the Black athlete and
la bigotry hare
University as well as Bob Beamon,Olympic long-Jump champion. mow bad no more of a chance to become professional, than the Black tributed to anti-whjte hostility Say Seagram's! and Be Sure..
and world record bolder, and.Ralph Boston. political Idealist could hope to become Pr.sl4entorthl &\. But and criminality of of .

Albany State's things have changed drastically In the last 15-20 years. Black the city's young Negroes many according ... ,. oX' -
people have made overwhelming gains in practically all fields to reports released .
by'the ,
1UE a ARb JWD ,of social endeavor, and are continuing to fight for greater gains. local government. The r--.". ,, -- ..1'tJ
Of We know of the contributions of the late Dr. Martin Luther .r
reports characterised
rue 02 MU.LCMKX / Lorton
OP INLAND FIHIM$ Wilbert Is King, Jr, and many others for their workln the social prbgressiof Prison as a probable source of
WATER5 IN THE U.5MICiGAN Black people. But there Is one Black man In the Ida Angelesarea rising racial tension. Theguards'
PO5E55 5 _- who in the last 10-15 years has compiled a record in lack of
sympathy with
t.can THAN ANY -- Chief ReboindeiALBANY I contributions to sports rivaling that of Dr. King the militancy of the prison's
OTHER STATE; is Brad Jr. editor of the
That man Pye 36-year-old sports young urban Netroe.wbelpedmake
Gt."Wonderful"' Los Angeles Sentinel, the largest Black-owned weekly newspaper a major segment of the
I LetV d G vL WUbert Jones moved a step on the West Coast : f- Negro Inmate population more
aVV 1 I l closer to his search for All- Pye wears many hats in his unrelenting efforts on behalf of hostile, one of the reports said
American recognition by taking sports In the Los Angeles area, and on behalf of Black athletes
over the No. 1 spot in the nation m addition to his sports Job with the Sentinel be has two dally ** **.* *.
among small-college rebound- radio sportscasts is a member of the L.A. City Recreation and

'ers.The. Parks Commission, and the L.A. Memorial Coliseum and to
1-' Albany State College many managers and coaches-both amateur and professional- Witch
J senior forward: has snatched be ls a most valuable talent scout.

2 \ wait rebounds. in lIpmee1forIJ'u I JO'BnIUu' been honored by both the,National Urban League and This .Clown.! I''
average of'ZU' rebound the NAACP for his work to help young athletes from coast to \

per game, moving into the top coast to get college and university educations, and has helpedto 27 51 ,; 7.
position In NCAA and NAIL get them contracted with professional sports eams. '
small-college statistics. Be One of the most Interesting things about Brad's work is its 66.10. II .! ,
moved ahead of Soathhampton'i variety. He goes from helping the big-named players negotiate
Ken Lewis (14-304-21.7)<< in the six figure contracts with the professional teams to helping the \ y-i r
NCAA figures. In the NAIL athletes from the small relatively unknown colleges attract 1 "

ACC1AliC'6711IETZZlfiMp10ug statistics, he replaced Rio the attention of scouts, and eventually makes contacts for them ."

ctSN NEEDED ro KEEP THE LAKE AMP STREAM'SfTOCKEP NUMBERS OF Grande' Bob Mabry (15-3*I- with professional teams KUMM IISTIUERS COMPANY: ,Mf.0,UMKt KHHttT M NOW K%GRAil.1IT1 :Mali
REQUIRES SOUK 6O DIFFERENT PtSTICIPE 2'.4)). Brad has helped to fight discrimination against Black athletes \ '."'.' "
CHEMICALS.TUEE ARE USED*)IMPBKETO AQUATIC HABITAT. Clarence Ellis. the"Oklahoma and has worked In fund-raising activities on behalf of the leading
TO PERIODICALLY. DI9EA5B REMOVE TRASH FISM. AND TOCONTROI. Cowboy,. maintained his social organisations. Just prior to the last year's presidential 2C-45 17 AS LOW AS

1 1 scoring lead over Jones, his elections be was the special guest of the then-Presidential
teammate as he hit for 24, 15. candidate Richard II. .Nixon at the Chicago Sports banquet 22 14 1& 5195 downPLUS

and 8 points in three contests As is typical of Brad's ability to pick a winner the courageousand .
Sometimes he's
,during the week. In 28 dates, unselfish Journa11s o had risen from a childhood of u(/ fcomjiimes! SALES
Ellis has poured a total of 629 poverty and hardship to personal success and a position to help .He" down. He Adds Subtract .. ,

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WOUrw..rJ:: ?- :OTHER 5TATES Jimmy Anderson the Rams' emphasis may degenerate Into for NATURAL IIAIR ( 33 71) VI,HARDTOP.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION,I&H,own
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Revenue for Florida, KtOt.B E 1tD.aAY Lucky Colors, ect. 63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT.........:.... $595
IntOuernal Send$2 00 for your 4DIUAUIOMATICTRANSMJSSICHIlHAMAtlUr,,
One of the basic requirements d& Horoscope Guide for i
for child dependent ole Green LOBSTER '.59 lb. We Take Deals Where Others Refuse
:claiming a as a W MARCH Credit Approved on Spot
1* that the taxpayer limited munl Afn Ame Nan: IaoM.. Uryl
r.t'I; :.d'Sl.r'J: hrlr Ueeumer .Ilv.
provide more than half the 69' lb. ..It"olltllfodob 01 MURRAY' IYIMAUYAAA. Fill in the blank below and
feel I
MehlI.tau maker heir
child's support for the entire KING MACKEREL STEAKS ... 79 Ib. pler,ap.rhlln Lok..Iw.ler. Twle rclrroteh.e1M mall to ZODIAC Post Office R EVANS
year If a child 1* bora, or: }l 1Ml"'1 w, ero..y I I orGetl.khlhl; Box 1171, Jacksonville Fla. .
STEAK FILLETS .:?8 lb. ;"l cl 101 l to hair I and H>l lp. A ftvoriu toy.
dies, during the year this sup non UMB 40 yean.Only .
port test has to be met for the.' ; '" Fresh Sm. Mullet 29" Lb. Sea in HUM MM far HI II druf month end i_npnly.....Trlil mining.w NAME 3rd & MAINEL

months the child was alive. CONK MEAT 79 lb. MURRAY UMRIOR PRODUCTS CO. STREET
Another test for dependencyU : r -, 'I\-r\ )! : 4M.dMridM. An. PMH, Mick,,4SSO1|, ID.ATE. OF BIRTH 4-8381 OPEN 'TIL 9.30 P.M. EL 44382NEW.
that the child must either ..... "- __*: A o1iJJ'...: LOBSTER TAILS ................. $3.75 Lb.

be"related to the taxpayer norebe'a doesn't always pay to tabs I TM mrz .LOCKER or>t.
"ao for an answer,says JamesB. .
member of the fa aJlr'*
household. MldHeton, officer in charge MAINE LQBSTER.,..............".es30e CAN ENLARGED, ALL-WEATHER-CONDITIONED, GLAS, ENCLOSED GRANDSTAND
The ,child must also be a of the social security office at: ScaIlepe-.1.65' fugUpmbsul5bup..k$1i/

'cttlsen or resident of the United ,Canal and 13th Streets.Middle: qEp Crab fps .. Ib.$1.65 flank,_.
Snoppq 79'
State to be claimed as a de-. ton said certain young disabled Ranlar.f.uth.rn e.8soeded .
I pendent. The exceptions totals workers who were not eligible, eon M'MM 0-xicli .Snapp*
:rib are for a child for benefit before this year
. Panama or the Canal Zoa*. long enough la work covered
t 1.; ODqpneH said the requirement by socjal security: may get a1 I
Oat a person cannot have income ",.." answer today if they VETERANS !

of fMO or more a year. check again. He explained that'
.. and te claimed u a dependent la the past a person bad to' Move in for M lit tie as: SOOOWN

f by another taxpayer doe not I work five :years under social

J, apply to a child who! 1* either. security to be "insured" for1
t. under II at the end of the yearor disability benefit "This was; s
a full-time student for some .tree: no matter how disabled

.. 'part of five month of the year. a person was," he said. :'
Wlen the child 1* ender 19 Mow, becaise of a recent, t
S. or', is a fall-time tadeat his !amendment to the kw, a young r
r exemptioa could be claimed oa worker may be "Insured" for '
t. different tax retarns. The child dIabIIItJ benef tawithleamagi j

would data Us owe exemption: .S years of covered work, Mld-JJ! 34 bedroom plans with I, 1 '/.,
oa me retara he was required ,dletoo said. "This new rale' 2 bathe and 0orag .
J, to me and his parents would ;applies to !the man who became Mod.fn schools, churchet and a com KENNELVCLUB
: .Wit be tfltiHnl rto claim his. I disabled before age SI.- The h'' the worker Is when:
seamtioa oa tLetr retara.PHbUcatloa .' :yoanger LI C
3'p'' Ml, '..y_ ExDependents. ;I he became disabled, the leu onMcDUFF N of BEAVER SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30
enpttcas and Ezealptiaas for "work be seeds m some ease* 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1683
.",which faraiaae1 I Io only a year and ahalf is needed,!

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I Feted By Links Links Do Their Bit 11..Cook.11 Trustees I

I[[PALATKANEWSI : Will Hear Hawaii Senator

More than ISO students Charles Fletcber are expected: ]i The annual meeting of the of the Territory of Hawaii.'IB
attended the showing of"Gone to attend i I Board of Trustees of BethuneJCookman 1960, Senator mooye was selected -
With TIM Wind", Immortal The class IProblemsof'' I College win COIIYIDt'hu4ayaDclWtdDelda,1Iarc1l as one of the Ten Out
classic by tot late Margaret American D e n o e racy, along standing Young Mm of The
Mitchell. The movie was In with instructor: Mrs. Edna K. 11-19,1969.. The meeting will Tear by the U.S. Jenfor
keeping with the Englisbcourse Pinkney, has begun newspaper be highlighted by a keynote Chamber of Commerce;
of study, u well u with the project u a living textbook u address from Senator Daniel selected u one of the 100 most
work of the classics In literature program experiment an experimental f Key Inonye,Democrat Hawaii.. Important men and women in
aid social studies. study of the we of Senator Inouye who recently: the United States by LIFE
Central Academy's band the newspaper. The major' objective ',gained prominence by way oft magazine in 1962; and he was
participated In the Axles Is to develop communication : national television speech: the recipient of the 1968 Golden
Festival Parade Saturday, and social skills. The during the Democratic National Plate Award American
March 6. The band has teen newspaper is seen u a many- Convention Chicago: ,was born Academy of Achievement.
billed to share In lit. Tabor's faceted tool for use by toe in Honolulu, Hawaii attended, Two outstanding professional
OM hundredth anniversary on classroom teacher in providingrich ) j the Honolulu public schools; men will receive honorary
!March 30. The chorus will also experiences for pupils lathe I University of Hawaii and re- degrees. Reverend Robert D.
participate at this event. school for relating these 1 l calved the BJL. degree In Jones of New York and Dr.
Sine Out Palatka went to the experiences to experiences In : Government aid Economics; James Anderson Long of
Crescent City last Friday to community life and for and George Washington Law Palatka, Fla., a long-time
sing at the elementary and high extending the influences of the School He enlisted la the trastee t of Bethnne-Cookman I
school. They had, also a representation school Into the community.The S : ,. military service u a Private College. Rev. Jones presently
In the parade on project will be In pro J ; ,in:? March,.. IMS, and retired serves as District Superintendent
Saturday, and Sunday at the gress for six weeks and will J lot as political May 1947. St. Lawrence District
Ravine Gardens. These partlclpatini consist also of some of the His career began In Northern New York Conference,'
from C.A. were following activities by the class 1954 when be was elected to Syracuse Area, The United
Elworth Howell Clifford How. of seniors: Examination by w M the hones of Representatives Methodist Church.
ell, Nathan Taylor Wilma sections: of newspaper makeup
Wigfs, Herbert Polite, Dane collection of clippings! for lax BC Students Eitnyigince
Edwards, Aaron Robinson, classification under community
Carolyn Williams and TennIateao. : Interest, educational problems Make Semester
current history, geography, On Choir
The math and science meet maps, and weather reports, Honor Ro'lifany
will be held In Jacksonville at discussion: of features on personal List
the GUdden-Durkee Division of problems, such u' ) of the 17JBethune-Cook-

SCM Corporation.George Dean, grooming and social behavior man College students named to " Adam Bostic, Henry Gill and relationof newt media to care .Units, tie; sponsored u latenaUonal tea recently at Edward fiueel cwt( );and Dr. Kellotgtrtgnl( ), professors tithe school, (be first semester honor roll ,will be the name of the musical
of public and private property) ,. Waters College for foreign! students.Shown above Mr..1harmaIIe..1nc appreclatloa: for the hospitality shown by the Links: :au. rom Jacksonville This list eztraraganza Sunday,March Mat .
adding of additional words to'r t has been released by Rtrrlson 7 p.m. in the main auditorium '
FOR SALE the vocabulary, letters to F. DeShields, college registrarand .
of the Mt. Bethel Baptist
editors, and clippings of city f J. Townsend Is lib Club Needed 60 YearsTo Blie Ribbon Saving director of admissions. Church, 5637 Anderson. Rev.
Nr:King& Edison-Lge. 3 Br., council activities for a summary Their names are: Charlean S.A. Thomas Is pastor. -
tarn rm, (or 4 Br), Sep. Dr., each month. This resource Recitalist Sunday Make Three Bleck Trip Argrett, chairman: elementary Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes Is
Scr.: porch, $350 Da, $92 mo. project Is t courtesy ,.1. Towns iid.soloist of St.. Club Announces education; Maurice Barnett, pianist and dlrec r r. MarIn

.Nr. Edw. Waters College-Dot I Iit. of the Florida Times Union Paul AME Church,will be presented NEW ORLEANS (NPQ) 'The Zulu parade Is something. sophomore, business admlnlstratlon t,. B. Collies and Mrs. B IIiD"F.
t story ((2apts.$4,000c"n.). Newspaper Publishers in a recital Sunday, It Is JnsTlhree blocks from ,nlqne. It Is composed of mem- ; Charlene Bloodworth, Bellamy will preside at the
Magnolia Gardens ; The seniors.met with Rev March 16, at 7 p.m at the St. 246 Saratoga Street, bit it took1 ben dressed In black tights, Anniversary Tea senior, sociology; Kenneth ,,console: Mrs. Sykes will present ) -
8 Br. CB. $300 Dn., $61 mo.' Sinclair Beauford,from Lincoln Peter's AME Church, Thlr'tleth the Zulu Club 60 years to make with skirts Brocklngton, senior, history; the outline of the program..
Also 1 for $1,000 Dn. & $44 I grass ,hige earrings The Blue Ribbon Saving Club Joann Canady, Junior, psychology -
Business College to discuss: .' and Lee Streets Rev. R.. that short trip. and with Deacon Perry Robinson will)
mo. Some u low as $100 Dn. opportunities available at .Wallace pattot v Yes, 60 years after the Zola horns nose and rings other some huge *1U have its (2nd anniversary ; Tolanda Edwards senior, give. the observation. "' ,j
potesque ornaments. -
HITCHCOCK Rlty., Realtor, Lincoln: Business College. Tie recital is for the benefit,, Club was organised 246Sara-. tea on March 18 at the lit. sociology; LairaFlshburn,
3988611. church. Mr. Townsendwill Street the Mardi Vernon Baptist Church, In the Junior, sociology.
of the toga Gras Edward Waters
The rides float
**** king on a huge ,
educational building, beginning And: Gail Hartsfleld, senior.bloloer ,
be accompanied by the, parade of the organliatloa was until 1 this adorned with
\ rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrerrraD Gospel Chorus of St. Paul and'' given a permit to parade on at ISO p.m Janice Patterson other singers. There !Is no Canal Street. This privilege moss.This 'the Mt. Vernon is located at 1467Prince freshman, English; Sylvester I! Home For Elderly
: = admission been reserved for the big white year king was Elijah Street. Reddlck, senior, physical education -
contractor and Zulu
{SANDERS' FARM .I -: parades but sells from the real member Peters of 40 years. His queenwas Among participants listed are ; Marine Snllllvan Hears Completion
CIEIK TYPISTtEitellentopportunityfor' major dabs, these parades Mrs. Emma Simmons, Miss senior sociology. .
Us niece Mrs.
rr SPECIALIZING IN t t were not drawing the crowds Joyce Alexander, graduate of Kelsey Perkins,,Mrs.Mrs.E.P.Jordan Walker, Miss, D. Gamble Campus Towers, ss complex
: New Otis
that Orleans
business desired
r Good Coben School for senior citizens has almost
ajtd and undergraduate
'qualified person. pay '.I High : Geneva Tuber, Miss J. Butler ,
j U : '. SANDERS FRIED CHICKENr r liberal urns benefits Apply,, and for which the people of Dillard University. Mrs Ross, Mrs. Mary Harden, .reached completion on the cam'

\ ,. BA3-B-QUE. in person, St. Regis Paper 'cried.--. Mrs E. Jackson and Mrs.Fannie Will Speak AtMl. pus of Edward Waters College.
rJI" F'"' PRIVATE PARTIES U Company, between 9 a.m. andTOOTHACHE f Williams. The impressive setup is
U \ ''located: at 1658 Kings Road.l .
I Other cltlxens will participate.The Moriah's Men Day
= 1 Nil Mit. r MALE FEMALE I public Is invited. l Persons 62 years of age or
older This
Nil HinjiiiitOF \ Otis J. Gamble will be the are eligible. project
:* ** will be lpOIIIore4bytheAfr1can
R { LOCKHEEDGEORGIAEMPLOYMENT guest speaker for the Men's
.1. MR, CLAYTON AYAHS; Moruh Methodist Episcopal Church and
at lit
Day program
.. Edward Waters College.
AME Church Sunday March:
: OPEN 24 BOORS U Mil. hi wend. iOR mlllloni 4* with OFFICE 'IICIHE TiiWHY 'Two types of apartments are
at U The Is
14 a.m public
r *JEL Meny dentists recommindusInfORAJa ,
CLAYTON available. One is the efficiency
r until you |it Invited;
If' I rofiuionil' Vestment x" NOW OPEN NOT HAVE YOURS School at 9:30 apartment renting for about
Sunday begins
ATI. g.
: 7B4-43S7 55)1) DONE AT HOME? $15.00 per week The other is
with J.H. Jackson
.UIrr. .;=.;.i the doe-bedroom apartment,
_errrrrrrrrrrr_ ___ __m___ _____ __UUUUIUUUIrr________ _________ SATURDAYS8'"am. Jill set the time (pay or and officers, renting for about $20.00 per
to 1 pam night) ticipating.: The morning week. Utilities, are Included.
at 11 a.m. The par-I
...........,... ',* You save transportation will opens preach. The ".. Applicants should fill| out applications -'
Should ywr , meet my .f h requirement No waiting In line as provided by the
at 6:30
Specials fin. At hited below wt ere new .pen SATURDAYS ,. dhcvtt Be relaxed and look at TV service begins school Anyone can fill In the
employment.pperttmitiei with yeu. Then er*"Immediate $2.00 up' Choirs and ashen will serve ;name of an elderly parent or
Kill* till t HskiilM w ;. epenlnji en brig-range prramt with excellent r 115.4141 Sunday friends who Is In need of this
i ..".IiI.1! We ore epee MONDAYS THOUGH FRIDAYS Call housing.
$ & Diiis Struts After 4 .
l30am.U4iOOpm.TOdl p.m.'
*21st t Myrtli An, Rev. Mrs.. Glover

'33nI Miicriillitnni FINAL two ASSEMBltRS/STRUCTURES-CENIRAl ytari'"the.metal fabrication, I Fit MEN ANI IBMEN Learn the Way to Infinite Will Be Honored
iFRI. Installation and repair of'compared aircraft To perfrom SubstanceCall
it Clmliid had aircraft modification and or overhaul and ,.pal),. Must IF .ALL.,AGES 7(5-4841., Rev. and Mrs. Nathaniel
hove ability to read complin blueprlnti, iketchei and Glover, spiritual leaders of Mt.
-MARCH 14th thru technical ord.... Take New'IIIPROVlDNATURr'fABLED I' Pleasant Baptist Church,
WED.-MARCH a o for that tired, rpm Plistir Sticcnr -
19th. FLIGHT UNI MECHANICS down feeling thai keepiyou. from 'New' and repair Jobs. Reasonable -

Journeymen level! knowl dg.. Application of hop"henry .oJo71DIW.. and prompt service. Free
S and practkt for flight lest checkout and fi"allllght 1QO Tablets $3.00; 26b 'Tablets estimates. SO years expert
..!rxtelno, Four years military or commercial" .experience $5.00. tUG deposit on COD'.. Work guaranteed. S5S-g lO.!
REG. ,7.85Distilled preferably( on multi.engine, aircraft) within post ...." EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES

S And Bottled In Scotland S \yean required.' 4. fiepTFS.Chicago Illinois 6937 60628 V. 'Broadway, : NEEI 'IELPT

: MARTIN'S VVOSCOTCH Minimum two y.,,,,' experience Inilalllng' a C tltctricol Let Me Help) Yon.
and electronic wiring' and equipment Mutt haw NOW! Strictly Confidential.
ability to wad comps bknprinli, wiring charts, and FOR, SALE
I Dept.
technical orderi. .
EIoKSlRoodebolc:1l I REV. N. GLOVER

S I flfl"lfnll : Cape, Jacksonville, will be honored
DECANTER BOTTLE ONLY ASSEMBLY INSTAllERS Saclll'OWN South AfricaHiircib guests during the day at the'
Minimum on.lOn' aircraft experience In attaching church when members and
and locoNng hydraulic,electrkol and machankal unit I
FIFTHS friends gather to wish them
99 S en aircraft,Must have ability to nod blueprlnti,iltlth- HOUSESII
future success. Rev Allen of
5 at and tithnicol orderi.Prefer heavy hydraulics.sper1.
the Community Baptist Church
FIFTH 16.95. eau.STRUCTURES. : :...75'; will speak in the evenlag

Processes.11LEAH service. The church is located:
ASSEMBLERS HTS1111..lelrlllrat.r ..
>S *) *) ) *) > Minimum nx i month aircraft itruclurei osMmbK/experience WASHINGTON at 61S2 Flicker Avenue. All
S dmrabl, including, ability to road blueprints, are welcome.
and to drill and Install clot tobranc bolts and fosttnCHICKOUT lirtiriifEiroir .

7.45 In Nntfclr Piyints; "( New (Tfll, im A PlIIUMley
100 Proof-Bottled in Absolut minimum three years' currant experience os a ,I Bedroom $51.11 MONDAY sick: troubled debts, nervons-
:. checkout mechanic In on*of'the about disciplines.' Will 4 Bedroom $1.11 MSS, money problems, and
BOND b. requited to apply complete knowledge. In rigging or JickseivilleCollefe domestic troubles. Some have
electrical or hydro tilt, to sugnid aircraft Interpret ,HIT' 5211 Hill been able to buy homes, cars,
and work 'from charts, functional ,test
diagrams procedures
Imtifilliciitir schematics blueprint' ond verbal Instructions. VULCAN INC. pay off old bills, get Jobs, and
Complete knowledge of shop moth, Including angular u;i.'r even pay their children's: way
1595 1 "measurement and mutt work to.txactmg.toleranut. through college and go Into. .
7003 Ken Knight Dr.: 6JODAVB STREET.
Malt Sths business of their own. '
RELOCATION AVAIUIU .,...I4'l S55-S874/ 'All your problems, all your
11 heartaches a1ctne.'oar
troubles could be very well

'. REG. 7.85 APPLY IN PERSONLOCKHEEDGEORGIA N-O-T-I-C-K, : over with this adapted prayeron '
faitt and belief.
r Bottled in The FLORIDA STAR "lU..ol. be 01- sale Jesus said:' If twoatyonshallagree
.1 on earth as touchlnganyfthin
S-u.' SCOTLAND.LANG'S. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE it the following KOZY KORNER( Stores' that they shall ask It1sbaQ
be done for them; the)
r IMnOYMENT OKICE IS LOCATED IN MARIETTA, word agree means blending out
OEORSI at the mronecHon" of I-7S Nerth at Highway ntH farther notice faith and our desire, for
310 TrevvMni North or' South M MS, .rake the LOCK. .
it U,talth
NEEO-D bins, API exit and come one-fourth, mile. ro the purposes,
d EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.H 3111 liicriif IMM412 Miicriit' hii1133 act that will move God
Syr.Scotch to perform miracles.,
y 4 penontl Interview b Inconvonlent of this HIM, writ toi lit!. .Mjrtli Aiiiii- Hl Fliri.i AIIHI You can write for your pryeraM
Lockheed' .Georgia Employment Office, 2363 Kingston. Court, lessons today. Send t self
S.E.,Marietta.Georgia 30040. These stores have refused to sell; ,addressed envelope alone; with
a. $ .00 donation to:
86 proof lockheed ban equal opportunity" employer. .. YOUR- "FLORIDA'STAR." So Sue ,yourself; REV L.RA778N

AllFrt lilq T} KOR I trip fo .the KK Stores and fell P.O. Ban 1171
"Very Light" Pompano Beach, Flori4\(; :. band I' ,Visit our. prayer,and blestest
.your friend Service. Call Area Code-403
,rtI WC-Pompano Beach, Fa


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