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 22, 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:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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... Jailed earlier this week by local
R t police following the shooting-
SUSPECTS HELD FOR holdup spree at the Fashion
Men's Shop 1809 West 45th
Street last Saturday night.At .
that time, two employes
'were shot. A 10-year-old

passerby was Injured.
Donald James Hopkins, 17,
PROPHETS 968 Clinton Lane, and Gas
MURDER Anthony Turner, II, goS Madison
JJL Street, were lodged in Ja.1 1
Tuesday and were later charged

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Marvin Davies U.S. Judge Refuses Mrs. SJRfletoi' J + iwu.r Moncrief No This bonds thlekly-popilated Avrnie were set.neighborhoodwas .

Tells Siesta considerably upset when
Will As news spread around Customersand

Unit Of Evils Bonds For Men Event Cheirmoi In employes the hands were cI: scared one cites

teenagers was a shotgun.. In
QIMOKALEE, Fit. Testifying Billy Daniels entertainer extraordinaire the hands of.the other was a
before i V.S.Senate Select sought after for pistol.
Committee OB Nutrition 'Indicted In Murder engagements throughout :Mayor Hans TInder of Jacksonville Is shown above with many Jew Interested In the matter They enteredthehtberdtshery
Hunan Need, Marvin Davies,. country and abroad, world of aiding Hermon G. Buckman, local youth who has been deaf since infancy but who has gone at about 9:30 p.m.Lathe evening
NAACP Florida) Held director traveler and purveyor ol on to win distinction for himself and his city by being selected to participate in the Eleventh They announced the purpose of
stated unequivocally.' "I hare Prosecution on a first-degree murder Indictment In the shocking entertainment will be >International Games for theDeaf at Belgrade Yugoslavia.this summer. Buckman will be one the invasion,a stlckup.,
reached the conclusion: that the murder of: Prophet H,H. Hodges at his variety store on Kings In superb Jacksonville tonight, Friday,. of 127 men from America, who will, in term compete with 1,000 others from over the world Salesman Robert Smith,. 22,
100,000 seasonal agricultural: ,Road faces' Leon. Hall, 21, and Harold Johnson, 16 March 21 to lend his efforts,, f. Buckman lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Buckman 1923 West Third Street 2703 Bavarian, during
+' workers in the State of Florida ,Judge of: the Circuit Court him on hU kneel. .. t He lost his bearing In a bout with whooping cough and is currently a student at Gal iudet holduP received facial wound

an the victims of the matt Mario n'N. Goodiag, after ,, A round-f t,clock !lalutlp,.,I..' \IItII. .,...., ;,;;.t I 11, JSflUegv; Washington\ It costs fl.gOQ to,send an athlete to the games muney that must be. J Deatry Land 21. 8323 Marlow
-' rtrera.!'sbi8.. nd exptattaiton*.receiving-the:indictment'I act .'ad oa the part p!the officers "';,M-d" i i rH-raised'locally.-,Mayor Tantteris'shown getting the drive under WI,, Diickman must arrive Street,- received a 'wound lathe ,
tobe found anywhere In (the' Friday;, ordered toe men held bTuIdtedis) ,the apprehension in Yugoslavia before'upt 9, the first day. Mayor Tinder urges Jaxons to help with their arm.. .*, .i '
United States: ""v without bond. -If coaVtcted tithe twd men la'th* 4DO Block contributions. Contributions should be directed to the International Game*for the Deaf Harold Jones, 10,8781 Oprey
Mn fact, it 11 my opinion that without a recommendation for on ,Broad where they were f&Tmf, (ForHerman G. Buckman),,\.and ,mailed to the Atlantic National' Bank of,JacksonvilleCare Street. passerby, was struck
farm labor conditions in tills! mercy by the jury the two face staying Hall had bullet wound of MZ'Rotaud Reeves" by a wild,bullet. He was not
state constitute a serious electrocutloni; in his right knee, Jbhneon had inside, .
national disgrace, if not a Prophet Hodges: 33, operated been shot in the hip The HEW DemoidsNew Each bandit brandished his,
deliberate conspiracy involving the "Voice of Feac"Varlelt'Store prophet's caliber was minus New OrganizationAt firearms upon,, entering The
the UJS.CongressUS.Govern-, at 159S Kings Road. several bullets A revolver and mm with the shotgun added
mast agencies, state county It was there, on the afternoon a sawed-off shotgun were found Schemes. drama and suspense by shooting
and local business and public of February 25, at about 136 In Hall's room. through a window into the open
officials" p,m., he was attacked and later Prophet Hodges had been shot! From ''States State Capitol air.
Speaking 'from direct shot. Two young men were seen four times in the back with'a Tai'or Theodore Freeman,19,
experience when he was a running from the store. The .32 caliber pistol. He was, WASHINGTON The death 112$ Palmetto Street, and
teacher: in the public school fatally wounded minister was widely known for his broadcasts knell of the Uncle Tom Smith were ordered to therear.
system Attorney Davies said, still grasping his .38 calibre locally. educational process of: two Deep Plans Mass MeetProtest with the others Freeman and
"There wmwUte lips on Black pistol when the police found ** *** South states has been sounded Smith were made to lie on the
children, a sure sign of hunter.I .' In DO uncertain term by the' floor with a man standing
witnessed 'pot bellies' which Abermtky PlusMirch E "Hack Easter"Rlfbts < Department of Health Education Heeling Set For Grant guard. Lang at pistol point
made constant sounds of 4 and Welfare went to the rear room and
distress" DC : to the success of: the mammoth Mississippi .whose "retlie-: Memorial friday March 21 opened safe
Appearing before the commit To On ,Problemsfrom Cancer, Benefit Drive Daniels mept" from the roll call of During the executioi of the

tee here, March 10, Mr.Davies :MIAMI -'Rev.: 'Ralph David Memphis. will appear. la a full program states was taken almost as an The poor people of Florida,, as guest speaker" The public order the single-barrelled
called upon the government to in the Civic Auditorium, downtown for the shotgun broke loose, a bullet
Abernathy,:dynamic ,and aggressive -. There will not be another historical certainty. their problems, their difficulties is prime
contribute as much to correctthe Jacksonville'at 8 p.m. has been A of the or two ricocheted from the
successor to the late "Resurrection City". But, said balance of history and the remedying of many purpose setup,.
living and economic conditions Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the leader "We do intend to Star of radio sad television, notified by the HEW hierarchythat ailments, of various origins, according to Due, is the matter mutzle. Smith and Lang were
of seasonal and migratory was In Miami last 'week and use our First Amendment rightsto he will present much from his It is operating a segregated seems to be the pivot on which of: urging the state legislatureto struck Lang Jumped from the
farm laborers as _It announced plans for ''I demonstration orderly and peacefully petitioning breaktaklng repertoire. and, therefore illegal or a proposed orga'Jcatlon for enact legislation benefiting floor and wrestled with the
'\'contributes to its space march on Washington, the President as well Daniels is widely know for his unconstitutional system of state Jacksonville, The Florida poor people. Complaints have shotgun wielder. The p stol-
and its war of rendition of "Old Black Magic"The come to the puking bandit shot at him and
programs with, u an added feature"Black as the Congress for a redress : colleges. Welfare Rights Organization, organisation's authorities -, -
liberation" Easter" memorial Benefit is for the Eugene HEW has, therefore invaded will lay plans for helping those as to extra burdens ,missed.
;,It II generally known mat for Rev Abernathy has set, the of"Black our grievances.Easter" is the name Butler Chapter of the Duval a territory which has been who cannot help themselves on the poor through sales taxes. All the injured were treatedat
:years,,county officials In date-April 4. synonymous with the grief County Cancer Society. The known (for Its rampant disre primarily because of thelackof burdens Imposed by the New Dunl Medical Center. .
Collier County' Florida, have On April 4, 1968, the late Dr. following the dastardly murder overall organization is the and rights and proper legislation. Credit Code and the minimum Sergeant Willie Weston and
thwarted: all attempts to bring' King, Jr., was shot down in of the late leader, of the late American Cancer Society has dllterally put Mississippion In a special outline of activities and sometimes unfair dolingout Sergeant T.W.,.Johnson wire
In federally-aided food programs .Memphis while preparing for Senator Robert Kennedy of Donations at the box office the spot. to the Florida Star, John of assistance for dependent investigators ;
such is surplus commodities a parade.! In support of sanitation Massachusetts and of others will be $9.00 eacb.COWIC11wollllA The Office of Civil Rights has Due, from Miami, announced children The loot amounted to less than
'' and food stamps for workers. His alleged Re did not go further into Mary Singleton asked the state authorities to a state meeting to be Acid in One of the climaxes of this 3150.000 with nothing found at
": poor. killer, James Earl Ray, entered details of his plan 'w111 serve as chairman for submit a plan for desegregationwithin Jacksonville March 21 and 22, drive, according to Due, will press Urn.
'In blsconcluslonDaYlenrl'd a plea of guilty and has The state of Alabama will be this extravaganza. 90 daysMaryland the first from 2 to 5 p,m, at be a mammoth March, April 8
:that such programs Instituted been sentenced to 99 years in traversed. was there that Dr.. The Eugene White Combo will likewise remiss In 400 Broad Street, where a In Tallahassee. There the
mmediately astopprlorlty prison. King first came into national be featured Other local groups its efforts to bring about equal conference will be held with Rights leaders will confront the Rev S.iHlcjworth ,

:.}:heed. The.: march'.will originate, prominence in the early days participate.. 'schooling, has been given 120 Emmett Roberts state director state lawmakers the dilemmas t
; of boycotts, threats and bombings Daniels Is at the moment entertaining days to submit a plan of: the Department of Welfare. of the poor presentingthem
''Civil Service Commissioner ,$! was then that Mrs. at the Eden .Rock Louisiana, Arkansas and According: to Due, plans will with concrete and con Sets History_
Rosa Parks sparkplugged the Hotel in Miami. :Pennsylvania two southern be laid for getting recognition vincing Information.
breakdown of discrimination by The BMW will begin promptlyat states and one eastern state, for.a chapterof the organisation The March of April 8 will be Before US Court
refusing to change her seat on 9 p.m.. must submit plans for desegregation in Jacksonville Incorporated during the same period as is
bus. Pennsylvania has chapters are now In St Peters- the memorial for the late Dr.'
.a WASHINGTON D.C. -- Rev..
Concluding Dr. Abernathy Hick FederalSevrtejs been found guilty on several ,burg 'Klngsvllle Miami, Fort Martin Luther Jr. Fred L; Ihuttleswjrlh,
counts of underhanded quasi murdered last April 4 in item-
said: "'If you really believe ID' lIer.1Dd In Belle Glade. president of the SouthernConference
what Dr. King stood for if yon integration A mass meeting of Friday, phis. Educational Fund
,really believe la Justice In Opus Several schools in Maryland March 21, will be held at the Rev A.D. King brother of the (BCEF), DOW holds some sort
revealed as having late martyr has been scheduled
brotherhood, in freedom, In have been Grant Memorial AME Church of record in the U.S. Supreme
+ ; OFv 12 cent Black student bodies. as a speaker. The meeting will -
peace and the quest of dreams, per 927 Clay Street Jacksonville Cemrt.
I. .1110.1. .. be held the
Bowie near state
'They Coppln State capitoLJolin
through non-violent means,men are Dr. A.J. Reddick is pastor The He recently won his sixth
I challenge you to prove your Morgan: State and the PrincessAnn meeting will get under way at Lewis former director appeal from crlmiaal convictions -
BIRMINGHAM Ala, Amnltmlllloo .
of CORE will be the
of the University principal
belief by supporting the poorpeopl. dollar example of 9 p.m. Rev. Bernard Lafayette, growing out: of his civil
..' ,of Maryland
organizer expected rights activity:
"minority enterprise". will be. The University of Maryitnd'i.CotlegePark ,
Dr. Abernathy reminded the He has lost such for-
one ease
unveiled here toda,. '
Miami Civic Club before which In ft Saturday morning ribbon- one (1) per cent Campus In the has way only of Pkilly Solei iMrohces Bill which he served 5 days la Jail.
be appearedtbat"im mediate Toe latest ,victory matted
cutting ceremony, the, new ,
action Is necessary." Citizens Federal Savings and Black In Mississippi enrollment Jackson State To Relocate Hicks I. Africa from his appeal' of I'' 90-dax
sentence for w'thouta !
I Loan Building will be opened parading
Alcorn Agricultural
!Mq r F President IndovntownBlrminghamCitizens Mechanical IliaWlpptvane WASHINGTON paradoxical American, Mustapha lUshlma, permit. Be parade was a
Federal Savings and State College are all move on the part of one of I made the suggestion to him,' demonstration la Birmingham;
J Emphasizes Stability'President Loan Is a totally Negroownedand Black, Five other state collegesIn America's Black soloasis Nix said ,Ate. oa Goad Friday, 1963.
Jobs A. MUdteton, managed association with. the' state' boast of 100 percent eocoucbed in a bill which Representative Nix said that Shuttles worth and the tit eDr.
president Morebouse College assets of $9.8 million white student bodies proposes deporting all. Negroes. the group, known as the Repatriation Martin Lather King Jr. tailed
.la Atlanta, la a strong message This new $15 million headquarters to Africa., Committee has done to get a permit for the march.,",,
at Ml Zion AMY ChurchSnaday" ,'a total renovation of However he is not Sure u to little mote than espouse the,, which they led.
morning exhorted his listenersto the old Calder Building.! Is the 6JEO Gels bow far his "suggestion" ,will matter of relocating the Negro. The Supreme Court held that'the
,follow the read straight! latest venture of Negro phUaatiopist He says that they suggests the ators were within
ahead, without veering to right tad saiUionalre Dr. A. Refolding Money Robert Nix, BOW la bis government buy land, provide' their rights la parading without
James E.\.Johnson, right Is administered oath of office as OJ. or left. G., Cuba, president cites seventh term aa a. Democrat free transportation to Africa, a permit becaase hose likely
Civil Service Commissioner by Commission Chairman Robert The saUoaany-kaowa leader Association. Or, Gantoa'a GJEO' Greater, Jacksonville. from Philadelphia.- with health benefits and a .Nt.! |the l City 'wild'M have: b
t. Hampton left, as Mrs. Johnson' .' his wife, holds Bible.' spoke from Ike subject r 9tejrOn .' native of Demopolls la the rvral Opportulty notified However, said the Democrat, stipend of $7,000 a year to granted them a permit:The
C mnilM4oa.r Johnson was also .designated Vice Chairman the Male UM.".: re"'/' ."Mack' beX" of Alabama and 'arm offices of Representative "I Introduced it because. I each until permanent settlement ruling affects 1,900! Black
Jolnlm the Commission, he served as Director.of the CaliforniaState of giving..'.best I ,I established: bees Holland, has to the request of the people who, Nix ordinarily .specialises'J In, historic straggles..1ItLibrary I II' t

,Department of Veterans Affairs.: la spite of criticisms er tactics. CIt ee s Federal. 1997.. .* for another year. live la,!my district. .A.Black, .foreign affairs Hum: .,.

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M> Whed by the Florida Star Publishing Company '' LAYIN CONTINUING Whitney Young, Jr.

/ Pressures are
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reforming the welfare system.
BECAUSE MANIAS TO DO It'. not worklng-4hat's necOllr.lushlll

/ h HaRE THAN OUST EXIST / of almost everyonewho

KEGKO NATIONAL Mi f has ever had anything told
: AT WHITE $UFf RANC ... with it, from clients to the

BECAUSEHEMUSTHAVE welfare Administrators themselves -


tlfC I. JlirJUL.HMS'lKS EDITOR I LIFE" AND (PURSUE). that The the word Nixon from Administration Washington ?

J g HAPPINESS DEFNEDNHSi considering plans for reforming
OHNAWRENESS.-OFHIS assistant progrims My own
; feeling is that they ought to be
MAILIM ABBBESS ti w, BLACKNESS OR SELFNESS.:' scrapped and replaced with a .

t THfLA7ENILONfMERJANMC6rJILL package that Includes ___ _
IM/a 'HfIlOl' A//A///A IIMSIII IIAIIY guaranteed Jobs for all, higher minimum wages family allow
2323 HIKCIIEF ROAD r for those who can't
At antes, and a guaranteed annual income work,
/ But it looks like that kind of economic security program Is far

M. tH IN JACKSONTILLE FLORIDA 32211 .,<, .'. I I. ,' off, and the need for immediate change will lead to reforms in

'. the present system
I 4; The main criticisms of the present system are in two areas-

PURE 354-1712 t ,, ....:,."1:.,.:.,. its administration by the states, and the effect it has on welfare

mm, HERE SUB N.I. m AYE. r.c1plentl.Though the federal government picks up much of the bills, the

states set the amounts to be paid. Instates that are fairly liberal],

MINE 751-3171 "i ..... amounts are higher. New York, for example averages about $'//0
I ,J' a month for dependent children For the nation as a whole, the
SUBSCRIPTION HATE : { average is about $-41 a month. Bu In Mississippi the average

,tt,ft*, .Tear, $ !.00 Half Year, $7.00 Man) To Ypu / ., 1"I' \' relief check for a dependent child is a measly welfare J8.50. And
nationwide, only about half the eligible people get aid
Anywhere In t::'t Uu.ted States ( Clearly, there has to be a national standard set, and no state

Subscription Payable A Advance should be allowed to pay less than that minimum
states are overburdened by their welfare
Some of the bigger
Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P BOX 593. budgets Since payments are well below poverty standards anyway,

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 they can't be cut
"...aI :)""-. I don't think New York would want lob* in the same category
u a Mississippi, The answer here is to increase the federal

Lost A White Ally! share of the welfare dollar. This Is national problem-poverty
on rural farms sends people into cities where they hope to find

Job opportunities There is no reason why the receiving states.tW

Ci.yNIlnew A.4Slllr 'Propose! ...............................r.RRU.1.......................... states should.have to pay for the oppressive policies of more bar.Nard

And let's get something else straight, too People don't cone'
The recent proposal of Florida legislators for 18,000 a year North to get on !the relief rolls. Who ever heard of someone
plus MQJMM allowance for part-time services to the state Is I YOUR WEEKLY }
miles to collect a $40
:. moving his family 2,000 Just monthly
preyoBteMNB, We hope the people won't let them get away with .
tnii. check People move In the hope of getting jobs-and it's up to an.
enlightened government and business community to provide wo.k
Tin fcttt ttst
we are getting strong public reaction la surprising
for all who want It.
beneficial, and also encouraging. ectlacbanp in r
the treaf wfcM has been accepted more less passively to anything { Very few people welfare\ can wo k. Most are handicapped,
done fatttagton. I HOROSCOPE GUIDE JI too old, children, or mothers with young children. eform of

Of cottrM, Mr legislators deserve a salary increase consistent the system would help make many of these people independent
Families can be kept together by scrapping regulations (still
with .. reuse In the cost of living and comparable to that '
,'it effective in some states) that refuse payment to children where
pTinsfrsar given la industry education,business. But the large "
amoutt at increase I \ there is a "man In the house" That only encourages Jobless
rat they want has stirred up widespreadconntMfdMultlclsm. ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER : '
fathers to abandon their families! so they won't starve

The Nib* type of proposal is happening in Idaho. The dlssatistactloa -. Another badly needed reform is to let recipients earn money

la Idaho has oeen exhibited by a group of housewivesof = ,. 'If_ r without losing their benefits. Again, states differ here, but most
Coeur 4 'Al.... who organized a "Beans for Congress" will cut benefits once a person makes more than a tiny amoun
showtf, These women sent shipment of beans to congressmen, = WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKYDAYSt: 'Kw' per month. If the aim of welfare departments 1s to make people

facetiously saying "congressmen have to eat, too. self-sufficient they should be given the right to earn more money

The Increase may pass and have been forgotten by the next without being penalized.
voting tmve. At least the Idaho congressmen hope so. : FORt But these and other suggested reforms are just stop-gap

If the Florida congressmen get their salary "pound of flesh ,. ..... measures. Even an across-the-board reform piograrn wuldleave
Increase" the MlWWW the system .Intact, It'. like putting a bandald on a cancer.
ghost may plague many campaigns for reelectiow.iM f xetN .bgwvtisM> ( 'n "I9v'rflt :

: ,, BUSINESS-LOYE-TRAYEl'' 3,' \ 5, !! eat b9iri!1" eM ttmrt Tne'stigma'otTJfetag-twnl5'0' '! {ttN} ,Mel tl relieve* on thfCDtap tieUnr-poverty. *J ors' tic'd! l Payments ic ;

With Ears Cm H.rA -,' ....... .............. ............ .. ........ -.-,- -- --- An economic'' security program 'that replaces the, welfare
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ftwyvkr-eld" Indian girl, who was born without ears or ear Mack and white. It takes bold measures to make lasting changes

canals, was recently brought to the Presbyterian Hospital of ARIES CANCER LIBIA
OUabcWft City to see If surgery might remedy her condition., CAP IiC0RN The College Student SpeaksThe

Aleat JhVtyo was brought from her home high in the Sierra MM,, MAIM DORM JOKE IOU SEPT. DEC.22.d
sdr-. MM HountalM of Mexico by VlolaGrlste.a mission.! BORN President's Advisory(\ Commission on Civil Disorders

try tnm Roman, Okla. A surgeon at Presbyterian Hospital 2111. APBIL IStft 22il ,JOLT llii 23ri OCT. 23rd stirred up a hornet's nest of fuss by blaming "white racism"
built kw .* ear channel, using skin taken from her thigh. JAN: Uti for the nation's racial ills.Since then,surfacing of anti-white
The UMijritl Elena can now heard even through the bandages Settle somehow. When there: Come to the point It Is possible -' Just plug at ih The picture Hold hatred in the Negro community has come to be labeled "Black
wntctMMto let head are too many differences' or to come to an Impasse the line The pattern for racism." ,

WMtesffy Grlste, who found' the little girl while working with viewpoints separating people, with no outlet insight. For those u remains It has pretty been alllthroughtheselast much the same this last quarter is so similar Both terms are unfair. If a white person 1s racist that's
till GRM*"Milan In Mexico said even life Is a miracle for the it does keep one off balance. who cannot visualize a future to the previous one that only' called "white racism" But what if aCreek doesn't favor birth
23 This doubt
days. no
This is not a comfortable additional words of admonish
little girl. position ) without a or professional -
career control? Is that Greek ? And if blonde
anti-contraceptloolsm a
Ouia from which to "preying on the mind ment can be written Of course
AD children born with physical defects are permittedto operate activities of some kind, doesn't like Beethoven is that blonde antl-Beethovenum'
and attend to dally duties and which, In addition to the pressures the aspects represent a challenge ,
41* ....yet. Elena's parents bad become Christian and reject an opening may be made. Of course not. The actions of Individuals do not necessarily!
of take
requirements. An excellent and should not be taken
ft* papa custom Talents can be utilized at home
represent the sentiments of
a toll of rather significant a group' There are bigots
This misete ry, who is paying for Elena's expenses from her chance to get together on ways as well as anywhere else, especially from vital energies.Even proportions In a negative frame of mind among whites and bigots among Blacks, but bigotry is no more
own fuBos, fetid she cannot afford plastic surgery to give the child and means to cooperate more by those who are brain But there also Is such a thing characteristic of one than another. individuals be
if final group Only .an
a agreement can- >
ears, but upes doctors can give Elena plastic ears to give Elenaa and bicker less may be offered workers or freelances. In some as timing In the whole Uni racists are but collections
or' groups individuals
not be reached with an ally ;
normal It should not be rejected even Instances love will determinethe verse.' There Is a time for
appearance. competitor a truce be So many of us, both Black and white, condemn whole groups for
Pwfte to the United States are known'for their Christian if there is some Justificationfor direction to take In the observed on both sides may at least planting' and one for harvesting what baa been done fcnly by Individual members of the groups
dissatisfaction .
with There's
renerortty; M as urge people everywhere to provide the funds some of future. until the beginning of June. The a period for An example of thlb is the recent announcement that SC.C
to male feasible to give this little girl normal outside ears."InasnsA the also conditions.In Service troubles S-20-15.77-66-222 failure to do so could mean working and one for playing otficals will hold a,'smock trial where the nation at large will be
the And
are limelight and a comes the moment to do
M have done this to the
least of
you my servants, a resumption of hostilities that blamed for the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
you have don It unto me," declared Jesus on one occasion. discomfort 3.3018.8845798'AIR'S to many.' will certainly be of no benefitto Just ,nothing one can but plan wait and Meanwhile prepare One man has been accused'in the killing but he 1s not all

LEO any of the participants. and stall till the little Americans, any more than the slayers of Malcolm X an
1301488.34518 bell inside representative of the groups 'to which they belong or the nation's
rings notifying us
Vbk. WIT UiiTcrsily Reactionaries ? BOSH JIll to swing Into action racial ills as a whole.
Our. Western civilisation
baa endowed us with a deplorable
9. 30 15 55 75&UIIIIIS
hwlbatlr d: eampus disturbances waning they are seemingly tjj tradition of "collective guilt" In which Judgment is passed on
iscrsmr..: the majority of the demands are unreasonable to nm lUll :23rl Alfi. 22H SCORPIO a mass of people, regardless of the guilt or the innocence of the

any Tnwa) f ko can think straight and logically Maybe the It's the shadow. Whatever individuals Involved
2ltb 2ltl
MAT appears BORN
leaders'vltii* movements merely want to be "revolutionaries", to be a rather significantevent OCT. This tradition of "collective guilt' appears to have its roots
and>M'l'M' they have an axe to grind. In the notion of "Original Sin," according to which mankind
So strong the opinion supporting the movement that manyusttMMB Get the message. Whether It may of the be real only thing the forerunner that- 24th NOV. 22iJB MIN JAN. was stigmatized as being collectively cursed by Adam'slcI.or

of higher learning are recognizing reactionary Intuition or some other formof disobedience Later, the notion of collective guilt was carried
may take place early, in June. doesn't vary. The pattern
'orfBnisaflgte power that Is trying to get 2Bti FEB. Utft on by efforts to fix the blame
pihips later to their regret. the the quarter on .this group or that, for the
through to you, It would be However, message Is loud of preceding maybe .
crucifixion of Jesus.
Florida state universities and private institutions, u well u a,
and clear valid for this one
enough for the as
bwC ,of eOWMre acting realistically In spits *of the prevailing personally advantageous to give cautious ones to take their cue with the t'. crossed and the Nothing's changed. What has (Those who felt obligated to assign this collective guilt apparently
heed. There wilt
opposition to>> the officials whohave taken the.taiid that they won't be an emphasis and to work out measures of aprotective i's dotted. A sort of stalemate .held true for the beginning of forgot that the crucifixion is the central act in

M run off the campuses. the on secrecy, privacy,and nature. It again is a teems to be In affect as regards the mOlltb.CiD be looked upon Christianity; without the crucifixions the religion has no basis
formation of
The Student for a Democratic Society ((SD6) has been "stirring an entirely new ticklish problem to keep Income well-being occupation.Don't as applying to this last quarter. Accordingly there can be no"blame" for the very act that makes
brand of the
up the devil," and at some colleges they almost have their way. philosophy during and outgo in balance and it blame associates for any Many may have to'break a Christianity possible)
next two to three months. '
At otters they are told that if they persist in creating disturbances might u well be recognized fallings either for they also are promise, or go back to the old Black people-of all people-should be wary of the notion I':
Friends and dear will have'
they wW be treated as trespassers.We accustomed ones as one that always must be responding to the influences ofa ways of thinking, because. of collective guilt because it has been so long used against them
to learn to to
bar. oar doubts that the SDS Is acting good faith The get taken Into account. As long u retrograding Venus, possibly the lack of progress' undera The Bible has for centuries been quoted by many whites (not all

orgsBlsattoa apparently has for Its aim undermlnlngand destroy- your present of moods. Perhaps, some constructive steps are ,elm up to the beginning\ of new system This will not of them) in defense! of the idea that Black people are collective
SIll *. JUstrlcu mstttotions of education. The FBI contends tome explanation onyour require anybody to ditch everything cursed to be slaver..And .
\taken In time and in the .. Be ablt more understanding -
tart would make it bit proper ,
that 0M nscelves Communistic support but we don't think so.le' a places, it may be possible to as regarding friends for now, but simply to put It many white people (again, not all of them) view the problemof
easier for them to do
sr fsBuvt positive that most colleges don't want to deny so ice until It becomes apparent criminality drug addiction and
: S2J maintain some sort' of control. they too, are human and likely jad illegitimacy as being typicalof
1 H78.
agutt>M1gs "i JradWoBSl rights of dissent. JIll evident that SDS -10 -16 8.80.18'44' to make mistakes. Rise to your mat forward-baking Ideas are all Negroes. But there are only criminal,addicts, and illegitimate -
ben Itta* art It is taking advantage of this age-old tradition Ii. '189 full potential. This Is a day when on the march one again, Individuals; groups have no collective characteristics
JDa .; Some whites-many of them
well.mean1nI-baYl their
GENINIIIIN the Higher Forces may enable 5,50175598lUPISCES wrung
lk $ .....1IIIt compromises can be reached with SDS, which you to understand better tke hands over the problem of the "disintegrating Negro family,"

3rgapttl/'ael(tbsssot. mediate, but rather to destroy MAT Ylltl developments that may otherwise as bad.if there were such a thing u a laclal type of family, goodor

90t .ht-fttm the"'wrong method to receive any constructive list MIR _IC. change worry a Job,you go about If wanting the task to ,Other whites make collective: Judgment*-both favorable and
.galas because destruction is their slogan. adverse-.bout Black people If Black militant*tear up a college
Com to the point Going campus, the NegropUles can be counted on to find abundance
23rd SEPT. 22i an
I wither forward nor backward lOIN FEB., of Justification for the militants' actions which the
Meek Negrcphobes
T !I. Negro History be means standing still which can The simple way' It happensthat will condemn, with equal gusto. '
evenmoredetremental.Manya Each
-tardk: 17..1117: Nat- "King" Cole, singer-entertainer, was bora boat has been ,missed by solutions to apparently dif- Hti.MAI.. .- 2111ltothinj only Judges And Black some Black people people u'a (unit not,alt whereas of them there) return are

In MtfMnry, Ala., Began musical career while still a high those who decided to Just wait ficult problems are so easy sunil IllS chances! This quarter the favor by retarding all white people at collectively
;chief, ctat in Chicago died February IS, 1961, at age of and see. Even If one makes a' that we do not think of them MBN NIV. may practically be considered guilty of elllay1nl1Dd oppressing the Black Then there

:47!.*,****,k Los_Angeles Hospital wrong decision it Is better loan The same old difficulty that to be a carbon copy' of the are the "VnclsToms," who regard whites as man uniformly,right
has been predominating
waiting for what? Or to see all IEC preceding one. V But
23 some of the Done of this stereotyping and
21st stigmatizing will do.We only
[risnft:IV. MM. BlandM K. Bruce, VS. Black senator.fiom what,' or whom? One only gets through the month Is there 4sMg facets look different the con deceive ourselves and waste our energies collective

........\ (1175-11), died m Washington, D C.ft5 ., Into the habit of doing nothing as' life except that It may It's not cut and'dried Personal tents or the results may vir ,Judgments about IeoI)1.) ,by making.
about have reached an Impasse Renewing enthusiasm Is not always enough tually, be the
'" anything, today, tomor- same It simply Hattaf other groups Is not sip that lovt our On
we kind
1 rtcl 1>>(' :. Tom .olumox, a slave and one of America's1' row, or anytime in the futire.. the struggle\ to gain to compensate forpievious may be .time to salvage, re the contrary, it is through loving our inner circle of own associates.

r arflMt sMs, was born U Richmond,,Vs.MM ", Make certain that a positive !the .upper hand may be retUne'be oversights. Bur If one repentssincerelyIhechancesImprove. trench, save more assiduously,: that we learn to respect the Individuality all
and of
participants ',only .' and take '
r 'I' stand or decision has bees taken. deeper care not to get invelgjed humanity : .
) .' ; rirsl dtticsi- of'"Uncle Ton's Cabin" was This does not signify mat you' in the. bole.. A peaceful settlement Hare 1s little doubt that a disappointment into any dangerous';

rJt' ferrl,*, Beecher. Stows, K was published In\ cannot change nouns when circumstances w mat' may not exactly Is weighing speculation., ,Also take Litter doesn't tt throw itself litter
1 r doCsn'tJust'happeri
"f\ y. : ra; 10 indicate Just so, satisfy anyone, but that also heavily on someone's heart, 'precautions against belngdrawu

'tti I' ,. \I.,.: r 1' ... long u,ware moving and going harms nobody could cut across .possibly yours as r>ll. In con- Into controversies wife either People .cause j it-and' only peoplecan
; : MM; Black inventor J.E. 'Mettellger patented his 1a what appears to be the right all the coatroverslesput Mctlon with-romance or the tlUts or rivals since nobody

.i __festtnc BMChlne making modern! footwear possible. direction, Keep cool present and, futureeO1844874J4, well-being of a dear one.2W.14.M.44709., 'stands.' to gala prevent it."People-means,you. ; \ ffifr

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,1 I World Of Books Authors Book I t- WKDDING QELLS I I Hone DeOralllg.Co.rse.

r .' "Wi', .t" 1MI\-" ,,,. I//{.I Stanley E. Thomas, 2453 Lincoln Willie O. Frailer, Jr., 1679 PIeue(d For Early MarchInterested
} BLACK EXPRESSION, A Pejp/e"; "The Legacy ot James )" it Ct., 20 and Laura A.Allon, Helena St., 18 and GwendolynY. .

J Quarterly! Edited by EUGENE Baldwin"; and "Kegntudo: The ,,':J' '. ,,\ 2453 Lincoln: CL, I". Fraaltr, 5020 Cleveland In \ PERKINS; Published by FREE Seed That Never Germinated" Arms Apt*., No.' zea, n. homo? If so, till m you till be Treatments": .

BLACK PRESS, Chicago; 46 as well si several POPIBJ aol InIn. t Sammie L. Levy, BOZO Paris Brenda Cason Will Interested In tti. i Homo Deco Classes are under the
pp.; $100 ftperback. articles relating the :Impel of P Aft, SI and Henrietta Heard, rating Course which will be. direction of the County
There was a time, during the the Dr. King's assassinationon 2377 C St. Lane, 36. Bethel sponsored ty tide! County Ex Extension' Homo Economics'
late 1930s and early IUDs, the Black 'ommii'i'ty.', tension Homo Ei :onoml: Office Ageots Fo-further Information
when Chicago had large colony The photography! of Jim Taylor Eugene C. Hall, Jr.. 1569 W. Concert during March I jri early April. oil 355-4451, Ext 310 There
of Black of John Porter 36th St.;SO and Sarah M. Powell AME
artists and wittersTht and the drawings The course will be taught' on will bo a small registration:
group wu not as large as, .are interesting Illustrations. o.' Mil Westmont ,st., 28. The Sarah McGlnnis Missionary TUI'sdamllr"' Ins from 9;30 fee, which will rover ruse of
nor did U achieve the fame and Black is beajttful. Society of New Bethel AMt': I again on Tu>s- kits of material provide! In-
attention accorded Harlem' In the past, some ot the problems Felix McMUan, 112 Robinson Church Rev. El Is ha Jones, day enings !I I rom 7 00 to 9:00 those attending. the class
Black literary colony In the faced by Black artists Ave., 31 and Mae N. Smith, pastor, will present Miss p.m. The clauses, which are
first quarter o! the century were that Black people didn't I .7(2, Baker Avt, 21. Brenda Loon, daughter uf Mr. to be held In Room 407 of the Bible Club

during the Black Renaissance.But have the know-how or the capital 'and Mrs. Wilbur Cason, 1785 Duval County, Courthouse, will!
many Blackpeopnliohavt to go into the publishing I Wesley A. Ransom, 838 Acorn West Uth Street, 10 a piano begin the firs t week o,' March Meets Sunday Eve

achieved laternational business, and white publisherswtrt St., 57 and Ethel H. Young, recital Sunday at 7, p.m in the Classes Mil I include: Intro The Rose of Sharon Bible

fame through their .works extremely selective about SIM Forest St., S3. auditorium of the church. ductory ,:las* i un "Decorating Club will meet Sunday afternoon
either started or spent a considerable the work they world' pibllsh.Tht Clarence A.. McLanrln, 2940 Miss Cason Is a graduate of the HomA"; "Color In the at 4 p.n In the horn of Mrs.
period of time la Black artists either had to Sandlln St., 30 and Sally L. New Stanton High School and nom''!"; "F. ,fnllure Selection Dora Brown,2100 Dawson.Mrs.
Chicago, getting their art write "white" or not be published Miller, 1573 W. 13th St., 24. is presently attending Florida'Junlor and Arrangement""Cirp t Naomi Alexander Is president.
together at all. And there was no College Selection anti Care"; "A ... Mrs Mary Trapp is reporter.TIESDVf .
Among these early Chicago concept o Blak unity or Gateway Barracks The Society will present its
colonists were artist Charles pride-no Black hero figures: annual Calendar Tea Sunday,

White, photographer Gordoa to which Black people could ladies Meet April 20, at 4 pm. Twelve
Parks, author Frank loot!:, or glorify !through their babies will be featured In a

Brown: playwright Lore works Saturday March 22 contest. Mrs. M.A. Jones Is
Haosberry; actress ; The lives and contributions[ coordinator. Mrs. Olivia MARCI 2S P.M.UNTIL 2 A.M.

playwright Ted Ward; and, a of people like the late Malcolm The Ladles Auxiliary to Gateway Harrell is president.

.drama group called the Sky ow X, Dr Martin Luther King,Jr., t Barracks No. 3131, Essie
Players Many others either Stoktley Carmichael, H. Rap Veterans of World War No. 1 Mrs.. Scott

lived for short time' or Brown, Adam Clayton Powell, 'M will meet Saturday at the Barracks -
"passed through" Chicago on Sidney Poltltr, GwendolynBrooks 4 Home, 1509 Kings Road Plans ObservanceOf
their way to fame; and a host o' others, at I p.m All member and

There seemed 'to,,,have been have helped to develop a new ..... ....... ....-- officers are requested to be Gospel Annual s n
sense of Black pride and unity present.
something about the people the
Dr. William P, Foster Ing 400, FAMU's Internation
artists, the city,), art/or all This Impetus stems to come at director of bands and chairman, ally-known band, is virtually Business of Importance will '* Mrs. Essie Mat Scott, gospel

three which made them Incompatible a good time, aad possess all of the Department of Music tops In Its field. The band has be be transacted. Final plans will singer, will observe her thir- ppnimi.V. p'r'.T.
the things other movtmtu's made for the
Many said Chicago anniversary teenth anniversary on March
at Florida LAM University, Is been the recipient of many
offered little opportunity forexposure lacked shown above as be pondersover honors. Dr. Foster likewise,' on April 19. Mrs Oret, the 26 at 825 West Monroe Street, Til Fabulous
and that the Black Eugene Perkins, a poet and a new book "Band has been times com-, president and the chorister, First Born Church, Rev. A..
people, right off the rum,didn't playwilght,put this irst volume Pa&eutraG u I d., for the mended for the expertise of the art asking all members to be Hill, pastor.
appreciate art or artists of Black Eipiesiloo together, Marching Band," The March- marchers. FAMU Photo present rehearsal time, 1 Among participants scheduledare
The claim is still made today, and published it through bin p.m. Zion Hope Baptist Female! Lee Castle
to some extent but the times ]Free Black Press Publishing Chorus: First Born Temple

and changes over the years have Company. lie has also published The Speaker Must Be Himself Choir, No 1, Bostonettes, Me-
produced new attitudes, and a many single volumes of the Health Nurse Call Gospel Singers, SinaiGOlp.l III His
hope by a new colony of young works ot maltother, Black Singers, Traveling V.rltf-F.ntis,
want to learn
Just as many people the cultured voice, a good
Black artists that they can artists In the ,:vOton( Stars Madame Ethel D. Ban
aany want to become like some public speakers they know. ,
make the appreciation of art Perkins has been working It is good to Imitate the best there is in speech, but remember nlster, Mrs. Purnella Mosley,
with W.
lift in closely Hoyt Fuller Richard Davis Robert Williams
and Chicago compatible. ,
that "Is all he's Jimmy DorseyORCHESTRA
editor a person got, as the GreenPastures said It.
Is the Negro Jackson and
Jf ,
visor to OBAC (Organisation To know yourself Is Just U important as knowing your material,
first quarterly perlocl'.ca1 produced the Supremos.'
and often much harder.Don't .
this of of Black American Culture), Art Goodman Singers
by new colony And ,
try to Imitate some other speaker, for you should study '
In talented Black artists
writers laChlcajp. helping Echoes
Black artists and Donald Scott, Gospel ,
yourself and adapt your presentation and style to own
and waters find, and devtlopopportunities your
it contains poetry, Heavenly Fire Gospel ,
for personality. Remember that the quality of a public speech Is
prose photography drawings, expressingtheir not measured by the quality of sound. A forceful statement, Gospel Crusaders, Mrs
talents Williams\ Mrs. CootlnOIll.Unlqlloi Features-and Dancing
book review.
and a very solid Beatrice
spoken quietly sincerely, and slowly, can be more powerfulthan
OBAC has as own house on
This first edition Is dedicatedto the loudest outburst of words. Fowler will emcee lira.GlISsle
Conrad Kent Rivers, a young Chicago's southsldj, and has Take your time and give your sentences a chance to Impress P. Gray will give the occasIon. wtMIssloN
held dramatic and
died frequent will lead [ sa.so1
Chicago Black poet who Rev. Eddie Taylor
themselves the If
Its melD'Jlrlplan upon hearers you talk rapidly, pause alter a
last March 4. Rivers was 34, poetry readings kills 1.14. fDW'ns the devotions.
and oat of the strongest and. to work( with other B1a k sentence, or a significant passage Other partcipants w'llbtMrs.! ADV. PICKETS ON SA..E AT: Excelslc; .oibge, J5USouUl
READERS For free send two
telephone pamphlet stampsand
: my ,
most eloquent of the new brtt4. artists to produce works that Miss Jeannette M. Edwards, a long, self-addressed long envelope to M.H. Boulware, Thelma Edwards, Deacon W. 1 Drive, Abe ll.eU[ Record shop; 114' West Adams

( The quarterly has poems by', talents reflect the In the culture, pride Black, and 1262 Steele Court,Jacksonville, Florida AIM University, Box 110-A, Tallahassee, Florida 32307 Mitchell, Mrs J.V. Crockett, 1 Street t, and Bob's 1'ecord Shop, 728/ West Ashley Street.
Gwendolyn Brooks, Doa L. Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Radnari Mrs. Margaret Johnson and
and Dudley Randall, who l have community: "Black Expression \ Edwards and granddaughter 'Ml. Olive AME Usher Deacon Solomon Timmons
been published widely and art ,' their first major effort, of Mrs.Vivian Wilson I
well known. There are also good Is a very good start.Ebenezer' recently was graduated from

poems by Tberldge Knight,. the School of Nursing of the Board Plans Tea
UnitedV :;; 11"11 iJ ..u.'JI.: ) I .. ,444 ':I"".. ,..
Sterling Plumpp Jewel Lati* University of Maryland. Miss AAtEChurcp'sUsheg Ml .*.( < .'t .'ft..pnn ,"
more, Ebon and Le Graham! Edwards has entered the field'of Mt Olive ;
dist Plans S will'observe 1tj Oi .li3 r\-
The prose covers a broad public! health jrslng: Board No. 2, .

."Tht range Unity of subjects of All Including Blact Palm Programs ;.: .._ _.. 1oA._, annual.March"Richard 23 Allen 4:00 p.Tea"Sdndaf. m. In. .4" Thick cream tt : >I[

the lower level of the church.
The annual Palm Sunday program Good Will Sewing The church Is located on the
Westside Choir Choirs No.
sponsored by corner of Franklin and Pippins
1, No. 2 andNo 3 of Ebeneser Club Announces Streets, Rev Y. Benjamin
United Methodist Church will Bruce is pastor. turns
Union Notes be presented on March 30 at Mrs. William Maron, officialof

":10 p.m.I Annual FeteThe church, member of the choir,'
The Friendly Westside Union
Presidents of the groups art and president of the Women of
Male Chorus will observe the God Will Sewing and
A.J. Clemoos, No.1, Mrs. Allen, will give the history of flavor
third annual musical extravaganza Club will celebrate its
Curiae Fleming, No. 2 and Miss Saving Richard Allen, founder. The every
"Oh Sing, Brothers, Sunday '
Betty Simpson No Organists twenty-first anniversary film on "Negro Treasures" ..
Sing!" Sunday, March 30, In are Mrs Mae Spearing and March 23, from 3:30 to be shown. .
the evening, la the main auditorium '6 ,' In Barracks
Mrs. E.M. Hurley. Rev. E.W. p m Gateway Others appearing will be'
ofMt. Bethel Baptist Newsom is pastor 1509 Kings Road Miss Valerie Mallory, The I on '

Church, 5637 Anderson Street. Scheduled for appearance are All clubs and the public art Gretel and Gertie Talent Scouts, .
Rev. S.A. Thomas is pastor. .
the William Raines Choral invited.On Mrs. Har, leti'Dalse, Miss .
Mrs. Catherine Sykes is the will be the ,
Ensemble, Mrs. Olivia Smith program Elizabeth Richardson Susan "
pianist and director.: Marvin director the Darnell-Cookman Moncrief Baptist Choir No. 2, ,.
; Stephens, Mrs. Earntstlne
B. Collins and Mrs. Mary a Eva Scott y
Chorus Mrs. Ruby Askew
; Davis, Mrs. Grace Boylngton
Bellamy will preside at Mrs. Edna Mrs. Carrie
director and the Edward Thomas Mrs. Green Mrs Helen Lawson -'
console. Mrs.Sykes will explain Moot,Mrs. Phoeba Taylor a
Waters College Choir Albert
Mrs. John Demps, Jr.
the extravaganza.Deacon Perry Mrs. Maybell Cherry Mrs
Green director.
Mrs. Thomaslna Owens Mrs. ,e.
Robinson will make the observation Mollle Grant and Mrs. Samuel
Rev. Rudolph W. McKlsslck, Gertrude Harris, Mrs. Irene
The Heraldalrts will be pastor of the Bethel Baptist Cherry. Mrs Annie Edmoodsoa Lockett and Mrs. Ctoretbia .r 't
special guests Deacon Samuel Church, Is speaker Is president. Muff
Reid will be a guest. Joseph.
Long will be In charge.
On Saturday, March 2t, at 7 }+" 1
p.m., the Westside Union will M /
hold a rehearsal and business Boy and .. ? ar
conference In the main unit of Girl Shop

the Royal Tabernacle Baptist ,aw
Church, 1320 West Twenty-

first Street Rev. Lee McQueenIs '" 3'421UCH'
pastor. Persons in charge BLVD 5,.
will be Mrs.Catherine Sykes SOUTHS/OI/ '{
Marvin Collins, Mrs. Mary H. r ui 5.
Bellamy and Joseph Lone ,. Oppoli:Sl ,. Nicholol

Deacon Samuel L.. Reid will r /l ".'.phon.39'.3o1 C.n'" :. t) : 'k. I
be a special guest. i ,//
The Friendly Westside Choirs

Union will hold the monthly / !, For skipping through'Eo t.r ond oil \ ..Y

mass revival meeting Sunday the good times ahead we think ::::::::.:;
March 23 at 2.30 p.m. in the f there's nothing nicer than .
1 n ,_'"',..... -
auditorium of the Mt.: a .
main spanking new outfit. from our \ ,
Canaan Baptist Church, 1055 collection of fashions and
Van Buren Street. Rev. JJf.Hatelton soucv (!J .; : '
handsome styles for the most elegant ': : c"l' : -
A"pl.'I,. .
is pastor. ,
/halo' '" ladies ond
gentlemen' ,
Featured will be the malt y. .'..: oarMma' ,franl, .i ,
choi as and the coml.ined choirsof ; t4 y : andreareliiih '"
Royal Tabernacle, the corn-" J Ml fflIkf \,""fi'vI' ;' .,.;.. : ::;: \' .

bIDed usher boards of Mt. Arti < / ,
Canaan, Mrs Louise Williams, \ \ < br.nd
names, ;\ ,
Mrs ,Cristabelle Baker Mrs. f. If
Willie M. Foster,Deacon Perry ihf nruintjiuhioiu t i \
Robinson, Joseph Long Rev. ..J m 1 ihfbifgett J

.Jeremiah Robinson, Mrs.. p, i al urn ... t :;11 d
vi ,,
Estella Barney andElder LeRoy' \'t //m.W't ; :.

Robinson.Mrs. Mary Slater will serve. "J l

as mistress ol.cer.lDOII1el.Speclal.mlllk:1aDI. :
will be M. 1 iptcitlise in quality cktldreiu wear in

B. Collins Mrs. M.H. Bellamy, 'AcM usa: ... I ... I ,# /
Mrs. C. Bykos, Mrs Alberta ".
Latlmort, Cass Shootts, Jr., 'Irl.-Toddler thru Teens. ,
and Mrs. Rose Lambert. Senior Chubbctu Girle and
Choir No. I of Mt Canaan will
Trimtcfnifl'/i' tn ]Set }
be la charge. Mrs. Ruby &A. ?. ,
Stewart and Deacon Sam:Ml L, J unio"-J to IS

Roberts are presidents.The ,ptitillBo.Toddltrthru! -' '
business meeting .. INC.
quarterly : 12 ,

In tile and the tome banquet 01 Mr.will and be Mrs.held R.... :Mini; Husky a / .

Stewart 5127 Scott. All
Johnny lain Choir members are ..- OPEN FRIDAY, Him Till 9 Till ASTER .

r pected to be present ''

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Church Union Consolt.ition Chairman Co-Chairman Grant Mem. AME Men's Day
I SerMon Of The WeekThe I

Planned For Atlanta (meeting I I-- PREACHER Hails Christian, Men And World

NEW YORK -A preliminary with excitement, ." Dr. AJ. Reddlck, pastor of Sr.; Dialogue, Rev Bright;
outline of a plan of union and a .The prellmlna ry outline contains ,,, PRESENCE OF GOD Grant Menorlal AME Church Missionary offering Rev L.
series of guidelines for local material on the nature, Easter is approaching Is almost the direct antithesis of an enthusiastic contingent of Lockett First Corinth Baptist;
Intercharch action will be the the faith, and th e worship and the Christmas season, less Joyous and more philosophical Its men members of the church Announcements, A. Rose; Solo,
major items com sacraments of a. united chuich. t'-P import. Perhaps the Easter season should receive the more and the congregation general Richard Davis Zion Hope
to the eighth annual meeting of Also treated in I tome detail In : strew in our thinking. However, we must not neglect the Christ- have completed plans for the Baptist t; Acknowledgements
the ConsultationonChurch the tentative dri A are propositions .m season,, for it was then that the Saviour was born. annual and unusually inspiring Justus Frisler; Occasion, Levi
Union In Atlanta March 17 dealing w Ith the mem- We have one question to nk-Is the Lord your shepherd? Men's Day which from the McIntosh; Hymn, A.W. Boston,
to 20. bership and ministry of the Many of us have concluded that the sentence,"I shall not want," Sunday School through the St. Paul AME; Introduction of
Delegates representing proposed new chui ch. simply means that every need will be met without effort, closing services of the evening, .speaker, Dr. Reddlck; Speaker,
nine-member denominations More than 250 d elegates, observers without thought, without IoU and strain.The minister in the pulpit .this lime a musical adds Rev. R.A. King, Greater Payne
the Consultation will be askel, a c c r e d: 11 e d visitors these days has such an easy Job that, were he actually placedin another facet to the glorious Chapel AME; Offering Allen
to "study discuss, and react and guests are; expected) to the position of want, he would scream louder than the history of the chur b. Bannister, Robert Edwards,
to" the union outline to be pre- attend the chin ch tp lion sessionsto proverbial pig caught In a trap. A well-outlined prOll'lm.h William Rose Jr.', and Ersklnn
sented by a commission headed be held In tile Atlanta The God we serve is always with us. His presence is so per- been arranged. Hepburn.
'by the Rev Dr. William A. American Motor Hotel 'vadlng that wherever we are we are not without Him. The Sunday School, opening The service, at $:45 p.m. will
Benfield, Jr.,pastor of the First beginning March 11 1 f. left Is tile dynamic chairman for'the But, remember this: this is a day of dynamic action. This is at 9.30: a,m will have as Its feature a musical. Luclous Al-
vision, aggressive
Presbyterian (Southern)Church Featured speaker! i to be heard ramp Annual Men's Day celebration at Grant Memorial AME: no longer a day of hour-by-hour prayer meetings Ignorant superintendent, David Scott. bertle will lead the call to

of Charleston W. Va. include Bishop J.M.WUle- Church, 927 Clay Street, Sunday, March 23, throughout the day and teeptlve revlewals of the dogmas of the church, of little The topic for discussion wW worship. Otto McQueen will give
In submitting a draft outline brands secretary for theVatican' white lies thrown up as It were, as smokescreens the faced be "Jesus Prepares For His the invocation John Groover
Dr. A.J. Reddlcklspastor.Rev.R.A.Klngof Greater Payne AMi.ChW'ch
of a union scheme tor reviewby Secretariat will perplexing questions for which the minister may not have Death," with the memory will read the Scripture.Jerome
be the A
morning speaker musical will feature the
the Consultatloo'ultcutlve Promoting Chrlstlai a Unity, and the answers. selection chosen from Mark tCalhoun will give the Decalogue
Bishop Frederick 2). Jordan of evening service. George Delgardo, right, co-chairman of the Bernard S. Reed will take the
committee recently Dr. mammoth celebration will preside at the evening service at' The minister on earth is supposed to be God's representative.There 1436.:
Benfleld emphasised the the African MethodU Episcopal will it Is up to him to see that his flock make the greatest Guests will participate in the Missionary offering' William
6:43 p.m. Delgardo assist Mr. Dawson. Delgardo will also
preliminary nature of the Church. progress in the shortest time. Sunday School services. It.W. C. Brown will make announce
make the call to worship in the evening service
commission's work. Ecumenical guesUi scheduledto Preachers are still belaboring the sinner, ostracising the Williams will give the In oca- ments. The meditation will be
"This Is Intended only to bea attend the AUul ita meeting r hypocrite and taking extra-long collections promoting, for tion. Augustus Collins Jr.,will given by Rev Bright. J.L.
sketch Indicating directionIn are Mr. Edwin R.E4 py,general Grace Baptist WOlle.Hold' themselves, spIClalluncheoDl and teas. Introduce guest teachers. Par- Preston will present the male
which we want to go as we secretary of the National What about the dear old lady who comes to church and gives ticular interest will be given chorus In four selections The
move toward a united church" Council of Churches and the Annual Tea SundayThe of her Social Security and never complains? the study of the lesson. LB. Finance Committee will make
Rev. Eugene Can ion Blake, and with all He final report. The
he said Jesus our Shepherd, worked prayed people. Bennett of Shiloh Metropolitan a day's
Dr. Benfield added that he was general secretary ol'the World Women of Grace Baptist lesson. Miss Joan A. Chester 'drew no line. Where good could be done Jesus did it. Baptist Church will be the guest services will end with remarks
confident that a draft of a union Council of Churchill; Church will celebrate their will be the secretary. When the Psalmist wrote: "I Shall Not Want," he meant one reviewer Remarks will be by officials and with the benediction .
plea for the new united church With a total constlti nosy estimated annual day Sunday, March 23, In the morning service at thing: That you and I, Christians must determine that want Is made by A.V. Rose end by by Dr. Reddlc k.
would be completed by 1970. at more than 25 million throughout the day. i 111 a.m., Mrs. Florence Brown not a part of our lives. He has inserted the word "not" so as to Dr. Reddlck Bernard Reed and Officers for the day will be:
"This will be a radical plan members the member Mrs. Alma walker of Redeem i will serve as acting pastor for Insure our understanding of what he means. Many a Christian Terry Baker will give final Chairman, Hamp Dawson; Co-
of union," he said, "and it is churches in the Consultation Baptist Church will be host the day Mrs. Eugenia Walker wants beoause he misunderstood the context of the writing. reports from classes. chairman, George Delgardo
one that lam sui,e will breathe. on Church Union ant African superintendent. Deacon Clinton will speak Mrs. Barbara Some Christians cry mourn, beg not knowing that where there Visiting Sunday School Leaders for the day will be:
Methodist Episcopal African James and Mrs. Victoria Richardson will be guest solo Is strong determination with the Shepherd alongside, there can. officials will Superintendent: William Malcolm Eugene
NEWS DEADLINE Methodist Episcopal Zion, Breaker will assist. 1st. At 3 p.m. the evening rite be peace and satisfaction. David Scott Lewis Memorial Wannamker Charles Wiggins,
Christian Methodist 1 Episcopal, Guest teachers are: Mrs. begins with Mrs. Rosa Barrow The Easterseason must then remind us that Jesus died and AME; Andrews Bible Class, A. John Vaughan, Amos V. Rose,
All news should be in Florida The Christian Church Thelma Mitchell, Hortense as guest speaker. Mrs. Celes- ascended in order that we might not want. However as long as W. Boston St. Paul AME; Charlie Mcintyre, Robert
Star Office by Tuesday at 1 p.m. (Disciples of Christ), Episcopal Gray, Elizabeth Blgdon and tlne Way will be guest soloist 'we lean upon the material we will never get into our philosophythat Larklns Bible Class, F.D. Moore, John Jones, Luke
If you should mall your news, Presbyter U.s., Mrs. Alma Walker Mrs. Mitchell Mrs.. Mary Smith and Mrs.' a Christian's prOl1'essll based upon, first, determination, Underwood Tabernacle Baptist Grimes, Emory Corker,
it should be mailed Monday so, United Church of Christ,United will also jrevlew the Rhonnle Singleton will be among and second negation. ; Grant Service Class Richard Eagle, James Cohen,
that it will reach our office by Methodist and United Presby- the participants. Mrs. Doshla Ernest Roberta,Second Baptist; Charlie Casol, Albert Bivens,
Tuesday. tel Ian.I. Recitalist Morlng will be chairman. Mrs. Young Sister1Seeks Senior Department Booker T. Oble Asque Willie D.Stepbens,
CelebratesMRS.'EMILY Hill Intermediate Robert Richard McBride, James
, Valeres Clark will be co-chair ; Boys, Holmes Nathaniel Davis
man. The public: is Invited Mclntosh, St. Stephen AYEr W.
,E :'in Clubs of the city have been Material Intermediate Girls, Cornelius W. Brown.
Till DON'T IAn TO GO TO'TOWN TO E Invited to be guest. The church ........ -. ::1j Durk; Primaries, Chester And: Herbert Dawson, Herbert
Is located at 1608 East 21st t -.- ,' Jt:. Wlllee, Bethel Baptist and Wright, Will Mite hell, J.N.
'E LOW PRICE Street. '" ,I:::'I. '.. .. : ..r )n Drama Group Beginners Maurice William. Williams, Seaborn Wright Leon
L < : i The morning service begins Richardson McGhee Pearson,
Mt. Moriah Baptist 10.4' '!' There are not 'many Black promptly at 10:45: a.m. The Levy H. McIntosh, Edward
E f ,. Americans who remember the theme will be "Christian Men Morgan, Joseph Johnson Ernest .
DRUG STORE NEEDS : Scene Of GalaSt. .. f .\ Lafayette Players. This fine Building a Better World the Clover, John Groover R.
group of thespians was popular Space Age."Hamp DawsonJr., N. Curry LC. Clayton, JoeBrown
.. In the first 20 or 30 years of will preside. The male chorus Ja milL. Preston,
Patrick's Tea of'
Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WltLMEElS r the century. The group was will sing Other programmed Jesse Nesmlth Albert Milton;
ANY PRICES IN A St. Patrick's Day Tea will "A the very first of Negro participants are: Ramp Dawson Warren Duncan and Willie
: PAPERS. We deliver.l.
:We also fill all Dotors' Prescriptions. MISS YVONNE COOPER be given Sunday, March 23, ,: :,\ traveling dramatic companies Jr., call to worship; Ellison. The church is locatedat
: 1969 at Mt. Moriah Baptist .. S : In America. Deacon Devlne Invocation; 927 Clay Street.

Miss Yvonne Cooper above,. Church, 1933 West Ninth, at '1' .. .... It \ The, Importance of this group 'Scripture, Rev. F. Richardson
wW be presented in a recital, 3:30 pm.. Proceeds will be <: ."' from the standpoint of the
Dixie Pharmacy} Sunday March 23, at 7 p.m., used for Women's Day. ,r .4\ recordlve is so great that a Mt. Moriah AME Celebrates
a in the auditorium of the Mrs S.T. Bivens of Abyssinia daughter of the late Evelyn
Apostolic Church of God in Baptist will be the guest.speaker. : TIMMONS I?>' !rJ Thompson i ) and Edward I

Christ, 2032 Benedict Road. Johnny Thomas of the Mrs Emily Timmons'Ypar; ... ., ...... Annual 'Men's Day March 23
E 1302 KINKS ROAD AT MYRTLE :. Miss Cooper is one of the young Caprices will be guest soloist. 'Gospel Hostess of WRHC, will .. '- _
sollsts of the church and Is a Other talent will participate.Mrs. celebrate a Joint anniversary .'Mt.Moriah AME:Church, tev. MiroD: 24.' :;;;.r
: Phil 353": '5557' E' tenth grade student at the 0. Jones and Mrs. C. program with Ken lit Sun- J.W. Jones, pastor,will observe The keynote speaker for the
Cooper Academy High School Pugh are sponsors. day, March 30, at theE 1 k s' its annual! Men's Day, Sunday, morning service, at 11 a.m.
: PAY YOUR LICIT, WATER AND : Miss Cooper also serves as Auditorium, 712 West Duval will be Otis J. Gamble St.
president of the Young People's Rev. J.W. Jones Street Featured will the True Ml. Zion AME Paul AME Church.
: TELEPHONE DILLS AT ODD STORE :: Union. Miss Cooper will be Resunlys of Melbourne. Fla Music will be given by the
: accompanied by Mr. Billy Beal. And Nt. Moriah The Singing Kings of Sanford. I Southside Announces Male Chorus Rev. W. McSwain
...............UJ M1112Iilft.........y Missionary L. Williams. is Fla., and other groups. will lead the hymn and will

sponsor. I Plan Pro-Easter' The public Invited. ..Mt 1 Women's Day Church.represent Deacon Evergreen Samuel Johnson Baptist

; Rev. J.W. Jones has announced Mt. Zion AME CbW'Ch. South- will give the invocation. Rev.
that Mt. Moriah AME: Church Baptist' Delegates' side, will observe Women'sDay Abraham Davis will read the
F 99 Oak Street, through its official I I 11- Sunday, March 23, throughoutthe Scripture. He will representthe
i staff, is putting finishing day.Mrs. Blbleway Holiness Church.
touches on plans for the Prt- Charter' Special Bus Audrey Brown chair- T.E. Belcher will read the
Passion Week Observance. man. Mrs. Edith Brown la coehalrman. Decalogue and take the missionary -
Services will begin on March : Mrs. Vtlma offering. Kenneth
/ eR 24 and extend through March For Pensacola Confab Bannerman will serve as pastor Belcher will give the consecration -

GRAND-OPENING 28, with various pastors and A chartered 'bus will leave for the day.. hymn. Deacon Charlie I
congregations participating. Day Spring Baptist April I for Mrs. Susie Baker of Yulee Slsroe of Evergreen will sing I
The".chedule of activities the Baptist General State Convention Fla., will speak in the morning! The invitation to Joiners will I
follows: Monday March 24, Tuesday morning at 5pm. M.F. THOMPSON' : The Allen Chapel AME Choir be given by Roily L. I
Prayer and Meditation; Tuesday -' The bus will return from 'will sing, representing Allen First Born Temple;Cbanclleri |
WIGS March 29, Community Pensacola Saturday at 1:3Op.m. Thompson, members of the Chapel Tucker, Blbleway Holiness
Rev. Allen, original Lafayette Players has At 3 the
Baptist Church The donation Is'$13.00 round p.m. youth departmentwill Church; Charles Coleman,
'y 1 chosen to write her thesis for
Mother Miss Brenda
tK pastor; Wednesday, trip. Anyone desiring to make present Bad Evergreen Baptist and L.W.
Midway AME Church, Rev. B.. the trip should call Mrs. Sadie her doctorate at the University ger of Emanuel Baptist: Church. Love, Evergreen Baptist. Allen
J. Franklin pastor; Thursday, Fedd 1Ir..C.I. :Williams Mrs. of Michigan on the company. Music will be furnished by Mt.Zlon's Thomas of Midway AME and
; Mt. Olive AME,Rev Y.B. Bruce' Sarah, Rice or Mrs. Ella Mae Sister M.Francesca Thompson, Choir No. 3. David Berry of St. Mark Baptist
1 preaching the communion Norton. The annual meeting of 'OSF, Marian College's drama The coronation of Miss Mt. will supervise the offering T.
$1 280 sermon and Friday, March 28, the Baptist State Convention department of Indianapolis la Zion, the winning captain, will J V., CovlngUn of Midway AME
Rev. D. Matthews Allen Chapel meets there April 8 to 12. seeking cogent Information as be the feature of the evening will present the visitors, along
AMS.: .the Lafayette Players. service. Mrs. Beulah Austin with David Berry of St. Mark
Sister Francesca, In a special Mitchell .W'pre.lda. The Baptist
communication' to the Star, public is invited. Rev J.C.;
100% EUROPEAN TEXTURED 'writes: "Since there is so little Bannerman is pastor. Peace' Missionary
0 scholarly or detailed work in
HUMAN HAIRWIGLETS existence on the many worthwhile St. Jam ANE SS

4,; $480FALLS Dllii'A Nero contributions artists to the made theater by Division Will Tea Scheduled,

la America I feel that there Peace Missionary Baptist
STATES URGEST 80COIOIS -n II.a definite and urgent needfor i Church, Van Buren and Jessie
HAIRGOODS DEALER ,...- such a study at this Um_. 'Celebrate" Aiihrersary Streets, will be locale Sunday,
i ON The subject of my dissertation St. James AME Church's Sunday March 30, for a gala Benefit
will be the Lafayette Players.I School Department will' Tea
from 3:30 to S p.m.
LONG LUXURIOUS am personally anxious to do celebrate Its anniversary The recipient of the funds will
the study In tribute to my own Sunday, March 23, at ..m., be theGeorge O. Summer
parents, u well as In appreciation at 2128 Forest Street. '
HATIOHMMOn TlUfHOqfcAU H SMD\V, Scholarship Fund. Mrs. D.B.
to the other numerOUIlifte.rBlack Mrs. Jennie M. Jenkins will Barnes is inviting all to attend.
personalities who have be guest superintendent. Mrs.
1 It Barnes is coordinator
9 BtVtt "
iU graced the American stage. Teachers will be Mrs. Edna Mrs. V. Tate Is co-chairman.
COLOR t tRANGt Evelyn Preer Thompson died M. Thomas, Mrs. Ross, Mrs.' Rev, D.B.. Barnes is pastor.
la 1932. Edward Thompson died Amanda Gay, Miss Ruth Sea-.
Do you aaVe qwstloM about thebiggest crisis In 1960. Perhaps allot the other Wright, Mrs. Flossie Unsey ProtestantEpiscopalians'
., our nation has ever faced, crisis?. original players are deed.However with Lawrence Crews servingas
I ,Sister Francesca asks if
guest reviewer.
100% EUROPEAN TEXTURED"-3". Do you have suggestions you would like to make there are those In America who Miss Theresa West will be I In I'
to the Black and the
white leadership about bow have
HUMAN HAIR-HAND to solve It? recording secretary, Mrs,
MADE pictures, notes of the material players Dewitt Maddox financial secretary li.. Kane Black
that such Invaluable
and Marvin
Do you want to hear what other ordinary citizens be forwarded Mv, AD Harris Is, soloist MONROE, U -Koi the first
WIGS ,ask people like John Lindsay and Stokeley Sister M. Francesca Thompson pastor, time la the alstoi') o, the Pro
$130 ocoiots VAIUSTRANSWORLD Carmlchael and what sort of answers they come OSF, can be reached at Glories Of Faith testant Episcopal: Church in
OPEN i O.7 MON.SAT fslj lIP with? Make yourself! beard and bear it all Marlaa College, Drama Louisiana, a Black man is the
00 Sow tilt new, nationwide telephone Department, 3200 Cold Springs first of his race to sit on the
HAIRGOODS 1-\ '. "calMn Road Indianapolis, 46222. Program At Bishop's Council/ Dri,, J.T.
Stewart, dais of the divisionof
IMPORTERS 1I:3: M-T", U:3I: 'A.M: St. Pail ANE St., Stephen' BaptistThe science and applied technology : ,

POWNTOWN 6031 BEACH BLVD. ,WRHC at GramMlng" ,was recentlyelected.
Usher Board Glories of Faith,a talented The
Miii'iy T.riifh Ffiiij committee is
205 N. LAURA '
ST. of
"TOSSS"1 group young musicians, will important In policy\ making.
( anarir.m /. Call Cillict, 212 ,74!.3'311.. Readied For Tea j give a program Sunday March
e" en JACKSONVILLE t3, at ,7:30 p.. in the St.,
J The United Methodist Church Usher Board No I of St. Paul Btephea Baptist Church la the
ouu esowloona eCAIMvete..enso,coco piece te y ION*a1ACN % Released la cooperation with the AME Church, Rev. A.C.Chandt of the Sunday School [ IT
National Coescll Churches tor pastor, will celebrate with tAd Missionary Society. ,'PAYS. ,TO'ADVERTISE
National Catholic Office for Radio and Television a axing tea Sunday March 23, The ; public la Invited. The
.S Florida Council of Churches la I'M lower unit of the church, search is located at 4201 AI- ,
'. -: beginning at 3 p.m. Walter iBankc Street. Rev. B.F.: Ad-.
Is _program chairman.. Usoa la *stor. '

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I Bethlehem Baptist Will Celebrate Men's Day Sunday: With Series Of Programs I

I .Rev. Gogdell Of Georgia Will Freedom Foundation Honors Eastman I Miami's 79th Street Baptist I

Highlight Morning's ServiceBethlehem Church Ordains Black DeaconMIAMI

A breakthrough ch totals about 40. The
Baptist Church, Selection Male Chorus; An- significant and historical, hascome total congregation Is 180. Dr
Sixth and Madison Streets,Rev. nouncements Deacon Copeland; ..I rk within the city of Miami, Phillips has indicated that ttere
W.L. Williams pastor, will Solo, Rev. Prince Smith; A formerly tll-whlte Baptist are members of other ethnic
celebrate Men's Day Sunday Introduction of speaker Rev. Church, which now has Negro groups, all seeking to apply
March, M. with services W.L. Williams; Solo Rev. P. members, will have as one of the same principles of
throughout the day. Smith; Offering, DeaconS.Reed Its deacons a Black man Christianity.
The Impressive services will and S. Thrope; Presentations. Dr. Baxter Phillips,pastor, Deacon Madison, a meat
begin with the church school Deacon J. Sneed and Remarks expressed the philosophy of the (packer has been swing as
W.B. Simmons of Central CME Deacon B. Jackson cochairman church recently when he said, superintendent oftheproperties
will be guest superintendent. Rev. Williams will give "We're thoroughly Christian." of the congregation. Hit lives
Deacon S.L. Reed of St. Mat- the benediction. For the first time In Its 42 In an area, with the church: ,
thew will be guest secretary Guest ushers will come from t I years of existence the church which Is well populated I by
Deacon E.R. Sawyer will be the Zion Hope.A. will have aN gro deacon. Negroes. The Welt Little River
general superintendent. halo and Mr Andersonwill This first Black deacon is1 Elementary School Us a' 90
Guest teachers for the Sunday lead the devotionals at Andrew Madison. His opinionIs per cent Negro population
School will be: A. Webster. 3 p.m J. Forest.will sing. The 'i that "the church recognises Two others, white, were
Mt Ararat; E. Sneed New Mt. Olive Primitive Male leadership without regard to' ordained at the same time.
Bethel AME; C. Reed, Taber- Chorus will sing. The Gate City the color of your skin." Winston B. Avery Is a con-
nacle Baptist; O.D. Philips Quartet will also sing. The Black membership of the CONTINUED: ON PAGE 12
Payne Chapel AME; H. Williams Rev. J. Marshall will keynotethe L./ i
Allen Chapel AME; H. evening service speaker. (
Simmons, St. Thomas Baptist; Other participants will be / : this week!
T. Smith, Mt. Tabor Baptist; Deacon H. Cotton, Deacon F.L. Special
J. White FlrstNew Zion Bap- Williams devotionals; Rev. W.
tist; M. Stevens Sweetfield B. Hooks, Scriptures; Deacon
Baptist; C. Cooper, First B.T. Jackson, Introduction of
Corinth Baptist; A. Brown master of ceremonies Deacon
Friendship Baptist, and S. Williams A. Jackson, L.C. Whaley, wel-
Mt. Vernon Baptist. come address; C. Witherspoon,.
The guest reviewer will be. response; Deacon I. Copeland,
Deacon H.M. Pauline of Taber- announcements; Deacon Robert
nacle Baptist. Prather, solo; Rev. Williams,
Mr. L. Gogdell of Jessup introduction of speaker;Deacon '
Ga., will speak In the morning Prather, solo; Deacons W.B.
services. The program follows: Mitchell and R. Hardaway, offering -
Devotions, Deacons Levy Han- ; Deacon E.R. Sawyer \
sell and Ray Philips; Processional presentations; Deacon Hall isBranson ,.
First Corinth Male remarks. Guest L "
Chorus; Offering for Missions; ushers are No. 2 of Mt. Ararat ,
Selection Male Chorus; Baptist. KODAK'S A WINNER-The Feedoms Foundation's economic James H. Blow (center), general manager of RBOC, holds the
Scriptures Rev. J.L. Tana; Deacon H. Branson is education award, an inscribed replica of the large medallion replica. At right is Frederic S. Welsh, Kodak vice president for
Introduction of master of chairman for the day. DeaconB. was presented to Eastman ,Kodak Company for its role in Corporate Relations, who accepted the award for Kodak; left, '
ceremonies Johnnie Fannie!, Jackson is co-chairman. fostering minority-owned businesses Rochester N.Y.through Charles P. Adams, RBOC's administrative assistant
,'by Deacon Stevenson: the Rochester Business Opportunities Corporation (RBOC).

I Rev. D.B. Barnes. Enters Simpson United Methodist Men Celebrate A good deal!

CHURCH NEWS I Second Installation Week The Methodist Men's Club of will be Raymond Holzen Miss 4 Pairs oi Pants $$19

the Simpson United Methodist Cheryl Green, Miss Carolyn
Instillation services for Rev. Sunday School. The
Church will its Green, Deacon Leroy Littles .
GOODSHEPKEHD: BAF1BT of at 11 with present twenty- Eazrtl/cIelneu'1 ounccpetg
D.B. Barnes, pastor begins a.m., rt ;
second anniversary and Miss Laveta Irving.
Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. The morning worship begins'at Peace Missionary Baptist Rev. Barnes preaching. Sunday evening March program 23, at James Williams will preside.The iv Sixty Minute
11 a.m. with the deacons in charge of prayer services. The ,Church, Jessie and Van Buren Sunday at 3 p.m., Rev H.L.
8:30: p.m. public is invited. B.T. Pat- '
fellowship at 3 at Park In the S continue tonight Herod and theMt. U or lab : \
meeting begins p.m. College Streets ReJames Morgan will be terson is president. Rev., S.S. t'rtio T. ) Dry Cleaners
Baptist church. Rev Davis will be host Baptist Church Rev. B.F.
pastor. Goodshepherd Friday. the speaker. Other participants Robinson, Jr., is pastor. ..'
Baptist and Community will affiliate. BTU begins at 8 p.m., the Tonight's guest will be Rev. Addison of St. Stephen and Rev.
evening worship at 7:30: p.m. Rev. Alexander Garvlnwul deliver .A.B. Coleman and the Shiloh Eddie Taylor and the St. Paul
;both sermMS. The choir and Usher Board No.1 will serve Metropolitan Baptist Church Baptist Church will be present, Sec
throughout the day. Choir rehearsal Is Thursday night at the .and Rev. B. Mobley of the St. with congregatlons.offlcers and .
usual hour. .1&m.s Baptist Church, with musical and usher groups as
:their congregation. well as young people.Rehearsal ICST 1'rlll'ra1
IXKSIANS BAPTIST The church, entering Into the for Easter is
Sunday School begins--at-9:' a.m.1,ith,the,suDtrlntendeatlndteachers' fourth week at the Tan'BUten Tuesday and Thursday with TE
In'charge The lesson will be rdvle red by the \ address, has launched Into a "..u Rose'Barrows in charge, .w. w :
tendent. The morning.worship begins, at 11 a.m. Th evening series of programs designedfor taitwel1 'as Mrs: Barnes.:Choir: -. )" ,
t service begins at 8 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor will speak community Interest and 'No./1 and Usher Board No. '1
at both services Choir No. I, Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. uplift. Many attended the after- will.serge throughout the day.
1, will serve throughout the day. The Sunbeams Gospel Singers noon communion services The D.B Barnes. Choir and the 'l" '""
will give a program Sunday night at 8 p.m. In the auditorium. Sunday. D.B. Barnes Usher Board will
Deacon T. Jenkins Is sponsor. Proceeds will be used for Dual Mrs D.B., Barnes, dynamic'; also particiate.
'Day. Prayer services will begin Tuesday at 7:30p.m. The church, .leader, Is superintendent of the located at 11M West 31st Street., I
poraoQC3O1 O=
Sunday School begins at 9:45: a.m. with Superintendent Leister o O .
Smith in charge. The morning service begins at 11:30: a.m.
Devotions will be led by Deacon Winston Ware and by Deacon D D
Walter Walker. The evening service will be at ,4 p.m. Both O simplexOE301J O
services will feature Rev Bradllam ana Rn. Richardson
assistant pastor. Rev H. Robinson Is attending the state R D ; \(
'convention in Tallahassee. Prayer service Is Tuesday night.. i 4jsavings\
On Wednesday night, March 26,the union will begin and terminate O O 11 \ \\t'
''Sunday. Rev. H. Robinson will be host pastor. '

'REDEEM BAPTET jj so right at 5 5leasterl what will a

District No. 5 will have a Womanless' Wedding Monday night, account in our '
March 31, at 8 p.m. at the church. Other services begin with the OQ
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. The superintendent will be in charge.
The lesson will be reviewed by Rev E.I. Herman, pastor. The Association do for you?
morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge i .
of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve, with'' J
Mrs.: Jackson in charge of music. District No.1 will meet at '
3:30 p.m. In the chut ch. The evening worship begins at 8 p.m. .
1. Hard-earned dollars real because
Both sermons will be delivered by the pastor. Prayer meeting get security
;wW be Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by Bible N your savings are Insured up to $15,000 by an
study.. Deaconess Board No. 1 will have a tea April 21 at 1 p.m. o 0 of the
U.S. Government.
at the church. Men's Day will be observed Sunday, April 27. :,:: agency
Roosevelt Bacon is chairman. John! .Holmes is co-chairman., D 0 .

EMANUEL BAPT TOIl O 0 2. Excellent dividends are payable quarterly like

Tuesday the. teachers meet. Prayer meeting Is also held, D clockwork.
with the pastor and officers charge. On Wednesday Choir No. orpr
3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m., O
On Thursday the noonday prayer meeting is held. Choir No. 1< 3. You create a valuable business relationship
will rehearse at 8 p.m. The male chorus will meet at 7:30 p.m.i! D and a credit reference second to
in the home of Deacon Eugene Flagg, 4271 McDaniel Street.] IItLACK O 1 none.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 sm. with Mrs.Mamie Fields and O PAIENI :
Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by D D 110- : 4. Cash in reserve brings prestige plus a wonder
an appointee. Consecration begins at 10:50 a.m. The morning ; '
worship begins at 11 a.m with the deacons charge. Preaching O 8: 1/2:8. 8.99 0 t.. fyl peace of mind. No customer of our Association

begins at 12 noon. Baptism will be held In the morning worship ,8 lr,,!-12 9.99. ; has ever had to wait for his money,
BTU begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips in charge. D. 0
Choir No. 2 will serve in the fellowship service. Choir No. 1 and .
the Junior Board will serve. The' evening worship begins at O IN ANY AMOUNT YOUR
8:30: p.m. Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B Fisher will be In charged D p. IS .WELCOME. -
music. The auxiliary anniversary will begin Monday night ,rt-
March 24, and will continue for one week. Rev. Levy Green of O C .\ IIIIOI111\ 11I1.\11\: :. \\I\II11111'K(;: \ llfVl'iMI >
Central Baptist will be the speaker. Re,. S.L. Badger is pastor.- I',., \111111'"
The church Is located at 2Z21 Forest Street. D will urAlfNr 0 ,. II t :3 3 1',1.1,. 'n I I I I "I'nd"1'rr )Lennon\I.u..h ,

TABERNACLE BAPTBT O 0 torJ"d'"I.1I '""11'1.' Ilil"1...,. I UtniK

Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent H. Solomon in D 0
,.charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Charles\ Reed's class. 121/2-4 10.99
Rev. W.E. Young, pastor will'speak In the morning service. O 1/2-9 12.00 0 :'.
All youth choirs and Usher Board No. 4 will serve. The W.E. fy ,.
Young and the Willing Workers Clubs will meet with Mr; and 0 :: 0 !:
Mrs. Alto Athens 1127 Union Street, Sunday at 3:30 p.m. The &.
Easter practice will be Tuesday at 4:30: p.m. The youth choirs o 0 : Federal SAVIGS
rehearse Wednesday at 5:30: p.m. The Teachers Meeting will pwlttrt ...'
be Wednesday at 8:45: p.m. and prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m., D i",

,Adult classes are being held at the church free of charge on O .r S 0 .;.,;
Tuesday and Wednesday of each week, at 7 p.m. Mrs. J. Wynn if & Loan Association .
and Mrs.. H. Solomon; are Ins tractors. D PATENT ra. tour, lC D '. r y ,

St. Stephen AME Ml., Ararat, District 'Q 121/2-4 10.99"WITAKtllMMQFITSHOI&CAKEnmr' 0: Jacksonville*,
M 8 1/2-12 9.99 p firil Federal Savingi'lMg. Southwest Ironch Nerthside IrenehN
Will Celebrate Will Honor Fonnding
iSt' Stephen's ,AWE Chorea will District No. of Mt. Ararat :
'eltbnte Its annual Men's Day Baptist will celebrate the rj J.p 9x4.4 C u S.r.iy ?.flex. BEufwe
Sunday. March 23, at 11 a.m forty-fifth anniversary Sunday
John Bradford anticipates this March 29, at S p.lII. Rev. G.L o 1029 PARK ST.- AT FIVE POINTS g Oldest/ and target Savings'Institution in Our Wonderful Part of Florida
'as the mutt outstanding of the Boyd, pastor of UwSnmra"rvlll
history of till cllarcla.TIlt public 'Baptist Church, will be the lLo=oCloCiOClOCl O ClOJ.l> :
Is Invited speaker. The public Is Invited.. ,


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I ; Black U. Of:, Texas Professor Tells Whites They ShouldGloria Not Fear Negroes

t -

Calomee Took Mother's Detroit Recruiting Apparatus Jays Dred Scott Decision Took

Advice And ,Aimed For SuccessThe Away Personality-From NegroesWhite

advice of "Aim for the school productions.She people have no reasonto leaning and uninhibited In

highest, no matter how long It began her professional y:: fear Black people a prize- creativity.
takes you," Is probably the career at the Players Ring 1:7: winning Negro professor at the "Any concept of freedom,' h*
best advice a young actress can Theatre In Hollywood, University of Texas at Austin told the teachers, "must communicate .
receive. Especially If the advice ,appearing as 'Beniatha' in said recently. to young people the
come from a dear and "A Raisin In yThe Sun," and. "ThIs Is a period In which you right of the Individual to persist
close relative as 'Lutlebelle' In '"Purll will hear sounds along a and behave and express his
Gloria Calomee, who Is Victorious," stirring with Greg roadway of Black people creativity within the framework
featured as 'Annie Ma*' in Morris She also appeared In attempting to become persons," of his own kind.
Corday ProductionScreenGems other plays throughout the Los explained Dr. Henry A.Bullock, "Black people have been denied
Presentation, "Days of Angeles area which included professor of history and soci thIs,'
"The Blacks/ and, most ology. His university course Is Slave traders plucked the
recently, a co-starring role In titled "The Negro In America" Black man fr masoclety
"The Owl And The Pussycat," DETROIT PpLlCE REfRUIFM 811E w "If It should happen that you where he had a role and an
with Bill Bixby at the Coronet see dark shadows around you identity and took him to a place
Theatre. or even hear thunderbolts,don't where he was a "thing", the
"I've really had no struggles be disturbed, It will not harm white-haired educator said
11.i In my career,' related Gloria, you" the educator advIsed. The Dred Scott Decision of
"but recently, everything's tiNii ..Ii I nil my Black students, the US Supreme Court In 1857,
been happening at once.' Look not backwards with hate, which said the Black man had
Last year Gloria costarredwith nor forward with fear, but no rights the white man must
Yaphet Kotto In the NBC around yon with understanding respect "put the last nail in
Special production of"Losers ," Dr. Bullock told nearly (the coffin personality
Weepers" It was a product 300 social studies teachers creativity of Black people,"
of 'Budd Schulb re's" Watts Dr. Bullock, winner of the he said.
Writers Workshop and she was coveted Bancroft Prize for a Black people were legally
ft a serious contender for an book on Southern Negro robbed of the freedom o' their
Emmy nomination education, Interpreted Black persons, Dr. Bullock said
g4 Her first television show was man's struggle for freedom In Since personality can never
a featured role in"Mr.Novak" M eptsel America to the Texas Council be completely suppressed,
This was followed by many f sr>w for the Social Studies. Black persons asserted their
GLORIA CALOMEEOur other guest roles in "Dr. Kil- Freedom, he said,is"creative personality outside the law,
Lives," received this dare," "Great Adventure," unlnhibltediess, an opportunity creating a history of insurrections -
counsel from her mother, a "Profiles In Courage," "Cow for human personality, moral the historian I I said
school teacher, who always boy In Africa" "Wild, Wild
knew her daughter had the West," and "TV Felony' NAACP Hits Abusive Treatment
prospect of becoming a fine Squad.." She had a running role
actress. In the series "Going My Way,"l! I
Born on September S, In Los which starred Gene KeUy. Of Outstanding Blacks In 0.
Gloria attendedDorsey Her first feature film is "The
Reivers," starring Steve NEW YORK-The Mayor and 1
School and .
High Siting
witir the Report of the
McQueen. 's+.r+ the Safety Director of
continued her education at Los
Aside from her acting, the Columbus, Ohio have been National Advisory Commissionon
While In
Angeles City College.
young actress lists writing asher advised that the NAACP is Civil Disorders, Mr.Wilkins
college, she up her
reminded the Columbus
"appalled by
second Interest. She is
language major and the thought V Vx '
currently writing book reviewsfor sr police brutality" used In the officials that the'report had
of becoming a fashion designer,'
arrests of urged municipalities to
a new magazine called, "unjustifiable"
and Joined the drama department *
"Info-Mat Bazaar." Doctors William H. Allen! "review police operations
appearing in many chairman of the local NAACP insure proper conduct by police

....r............................ life membership committee, officers and eliminate abrasive
and William M. Preston. practices. The NAACP executive
The arrests took place on the said that "Negro
:SANDERS': FARM i -3 ,' -o I morning of Lincoln's birthday citizens must not themselves
be victimized by officers whose
Two following an attempt by Dr.
Dodge "Executive Vans" were loaned by Dodge Truck Truck Operations. (Below) Lieutenant
Uxlge Stewart
Operations to Gregory Allen and others to eat at Jack sworn< duty it Is to uphold not
the Detroit Police Department for a recruiting .loiks In on recruiting Interview The vans have enabled the "
SPECIALIZING break the law.
: IN and Restaurant
: campaign. (Top) Police Commissioner Johannes Spreen (right) .police department to Interview more than 500 young men in Benny's
In a statement Dr. Mr. Wilkins also called for
SANDERS FRIED CHICKENBAsBwiL accepts keys from Gwaln H. Glllespte, general manager of Detroit's Inner City during the first two months of operation ,
the of the licenseof
: ... Allen asserts that he was suspension
fl j "'JUK'f ruuuc 1\11 IaUOIUI "viciously hit" in the face with Jack and Benny's Restaurantfor
P, IVATE PARTIES I the fist of one of the arresting its discriminatory
.; Dayton NAACP Pushes Fairness In Housina For All ResidentsDAYTON officers causing his nose to be behavior

Niw Uilir Ohio-Now ttat this liamson, executive secretary of held in abeyancependlng comprehensive 141 the .nation broken, and that he was
f, Mil -IIi III IIi lit r city's open housing ordinance the branch, following a ruling .outcome! of the proposed refer as, it prohibits/ discrimination subjected to other mishandling Liaison
j \ OF Mlf;CrCAY'I'ON'EVANS:: has been validated) the Daytot handed down by Common Pleas endum: _,p In the sale! tof' director Roy ,Wilkins' executive
NAACP Branch has established Judge Cecil E. Edwards, on I Judge Edwards' ruling was in single-family, owner-occupied. of the NAACP, called'
OPEN 24 HOJI.S: procedures for helping persons February 6, restraining the city .compliance with a U.S.Supreme dwellings upon the Columbus city officials
: CLAYTON EVANS denied housing solely because from holding a referendum on Court decision of January 20,, The NAACP branch, Mrs. "for immediate
r of their race to secure such the fair housing ordinance 1969, which held the require- Williamson announcedls suspension of the arresting ?
:: 784-4397 5531 An, I ; housing passed by the City Commission ment for a citywide vote on actively encouraging Negroes officers" until this matter Is'

.... ........i.................. Announcement of the plan was September 20, 1967. Enforcement fair housing legislation unconto take full advantage of the law settled.In His request was contained a
made by Mrs. MUey O. Wil- of the measure had been stltutlonal. The Dayton and to call upon the NAACP for a telegram directedto
ordinance is considered one of assistance in Columbus Safety Director
processing com-
the strongest and Frederick J. Simon and Mayor
most plaints.
EARNING and LEARNINGBoys 'M.E. Sensenbrenner, February


& Girls Can Make Money
Daytona On
Seek The Best Doctor.
When Your Doctor Prescribes
get Experienced PharmacistsTo p" Housing NeedsDAYTONA
Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys AreS Fill Prescriptions according -
t To Your Doctor's Orders BEACH More DR JAMES BUNIE
We Use Only The Best Quality ,
EARNING' s than 150 Negroes, active or Dr. James H. Birnie, abo: ,
From 1 1. ;
to MO.OO Weekly : 'i Drugs CE BLACK Interested In houslJllr production has been named assistant

t! Proprietor for low-Income families, will director of Scientific Liaisonfor
And LEARNING to do business. ':. .' \ \ be in Daytona Beach on Sat Smith, Kline and Franco
: .. : !$ :: .' urday, March 2', and will hold Laboratories of Philadelphia
'' s''R : Pharmacists To Serve You
,. :, ': ::5 j,Registered Informative conferences Dr. Birnle will be
w responsiblefor
YOUNGSTERS. I If You you are smart : :: ;, ;), : This announcement has been
academic and scientific
i.and' _K -A COMPLEfE LINE or.JI. -- made by Marvin Davies Florida
want to earn your own money, \ ,. :,!:, ':. .,k Field Director fro the NAACP, universities with Negro and with collegesand Black
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies from the St.
Petersburg office
this is the way to do if: ," :: :, .,. .. SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS The coherence will be the high Philadelphia school students> Dr the
first of Its kind
In the South.
,1' 'BirnIe was p.ofessor of biologyat
PARENTS Your child may not need ,!, DELIVERED- Delegates contractor will groups come from from Black de to Morehouse 1962 !andassociate College professor from 1951

l. ,.10P.u.iDlurlDumen, at Syracuse University from
money, but the training gained as a' 1907 KINGS ROAD 3538279Lilly's civic brokers leaders, managers and from, ministers housing, 1948 to 1931. He Is a native of

." Augusta, Ga. Dr. Birnle holds
Store experts.
Drug a Bachelor of Arts degree from

newsboy will help him to. be successful, ;. consultants A training pi will ogram be considered.for housing from Morehouse Brown, a and Master a Doctorate of Arts

Promotion will be discussedas from Syracuse Unlv H
in later life. of the successful to a guarantee fund for the rs ty. *
Many Your professional beautician use of minority contractors for and Is a member Sigma XI o!, Phi and Beta is also Kappa a

Route i knows the answer bonding purposes. Much stress fellow of the New York Academy:
men were Newsboys.. Start. A : will be placed on a program of Sciences. He served two
which will enable Black firmsto ..
years in the United States
: :' Can your hair be damaged participate on an equal basis Maritime Service Dr. and
Anywhere .You Live In Florida. in all HUD programs. Mrs. Birnie, the former Cassandra ;

from brushing alone? A The luncheon sessions session begin will at 10 begin a,m. Maxwell live in .:
.' \' at 12:30 p.mAssistant P1111ade Ipllla., \

;{ yw All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural Simmons of Secretary EOHU, Washington Samuel C. Jersey City BlackMan r
elements. Certain compounds and chemicals Improperly
greasy many will be present William Aspires
used, also take their toll.. not to mention simple attempts Morris, NAACP National Dl-' ':

: at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of rector of Housing, is expected To Top Position
natural bustles: The
results are brittleness breakage, dry and
from New
: Vi'll Pit YII li tisinssFill dull looking hair.' Insuring CITY, N.J. A ;
., Office Coordinator of Miami, 39-year-old director of Jersey ;
1 ',-tM..:" .1 Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles J. Bascorab, will speak Citys Department Healthand '
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair Albert Thomas of Equal Welfare 1 and =
: OUT THIS. COUPON, TODAY .' :::1f ;::' -, 1 'claim that give it body, lustre and protection And trained beauticians Opportunity, HUD, Atlanta, wall of the Board acting of Trustees

STAR:-: \ that nothing beats Clairol conditionBeauty Pack Treatment be present, as will Charles E. Jersey City State has
FMJiuDA 323 Moncrlef Road, Jacksonynle Florida l 'J College
: brittleness
: [ '.: overcoming dryness and breakage. Clark, specialist of the FHA announced his for
leaving hair lively and easy to manage, condition Is an Regional Office In Atlanta, the office of candidacy
'kFIRST' mayor. He is the
ji ............ ................... .;.. .. : .. ... \ "l :\- work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical Vrthur Jarrett of the FHA Insuring only Black among the four men
NAME- .' straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been Office and Multi-family
NAME LAST ,: : announcing lie is challenging
relaxed conditionIs
previously the ultimate In
repairing deep Coordinator
will the
come from powerful "Boss .
: ; down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers, Jacksonville. '- Hague"machine
.r. : ; i' : 2
; t ( ;
: ; hairdressers turn to new Clalrcl" Hair Dew -the lotion conditioner Other outstanding participants
j. that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant will be Morgan State; i
t Dr. Richard V.Moore
; ADDRESS, STREET, I NUMBER :PHONE NO. Y ., conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol Bethunc-Cookman College,

I Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to Rev Joel Atkins, president of; Professors lecture
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. the j
NAACP branches
child 20 of the FLORIDA STAR and
Send copies
my on Damage can come from using brushes with artificial At
bristles. Rev, Isadore Edwards Jr. Pennsylvania' U.
credit to start Mm In business I will pay the'" :
But damage{ to every woman's hair comes from so other president
many of Urban
STAR 15$ for each be 'Those Development
copy all human BALTIMORE (NPQ-Eight
causes that hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized Corporation of i
that are 'not sold, IwniehuandwillDDtbe'reqaf Morgan State
periodically Visit your professional beautician and ask Florida, from Ft College protestors C
...s to pay for unsold copies." : F this expert to check the condition of your hair: Sessions will conclude U 4 30 will lecture at the
If' ,I'\ ,*0nly your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. pmWorkshops. University of Pumsylnala on
"The Negro In America," 10u j
v .. j. el'c..ilfol. !;;e.1e6r. *? Courttiy of Clairolno.' .TM will be featured. effoit to Increase
I' the awareness
SIGNATURE OF: PARENT OI{ GUARDIAN the summary close of.will the be given at of the history of culture of the !
conference ,Black American. .d

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I First Black Principal In London Readily Accepted By Students And Staff I

Jamaica-Born Educator Gets
Helps March Of Dimes I
World News Digest I Commendation From CoWorkersLONDON

: : : (NP1)) Mrs new nvironment!
: 9veidthet Yvonne Conoly, 29-year-old "It would \i wrong to say to
u CONTROL Jamilean-born: educator, has Z child, 'You area GrutCyprlf.t
DETROIT (NP1)) Black radicals have won contiol of the within the eight weeks of this and you mist adjustto
South End, official student newspaper of Wayne State University & : ; ..n.k year created quite a name for English life"
Two Black Panthers and the slogan, "One Class-Conscious 1 herself in the King Crocs In- 'The teacher must find out
Worker Is Worth 100 Stud nts," adorn the newspaper's mast- : tents' School/ suburban Isling what is peculiar to earn child
head .The paper's Black editor, John Watson, has his sights on ton and what he ran give and nuke
more than a confrontation with the university He says he wantsto It was around the first of the this a starting point"
close the city's car plants, creating conflict with the "power E year that she became head Her relations with parenU
structure." i teacher (principal) at the have been equally satisfactory
whool:: being the first West "I have no difficulty and I
ON OTHER FOOT Indian to hold that position honestly mean this They com
NEW YORK (NPI) -Now it's white students' turn to com- % During thattlnv, she has won to me in a normal way discuss'
plain about discrimination and bigotry in the public schools The the love of the 200 children their children," she said.
students, who attend Thomas Jefferson High School dramatized : 53 per cent of whom are Mrs Conolly camp to.1Un(.
their complaints by marching on City Hall to protest racial slurs Immigrant -ma kin f up the Cross from the George Eliot
by Negro students at an assembly program. It was charged that : c pupil enrollment, and the unstinting infants' SchQ'I,St.Johns Wood,
reference to "white pigs" and "white bastards" were made ; admiration of the another suburb of London,
during a program honoring the late Malcolm X. Racial tensionsat faculty for her enthusiasm and where she had taught until last
the school !have Intensified as a result of the program, the efficiency December.Of .
white students contended. The student body contains 36 that experience, she re-
Cypriots, 12 Mauritians, marked, "The children were
WRITING CLASS 34 West Indians, with a sprinkling luckier to have nicer hom'-
MADISON, Wis (NPI) Pulitzer-prize winning poet of Africans, Indians and there But really all childrenare
Gwendolyn Brooks Is teaching a creative writing class to 15 Italians the sam i. They're very
students at the University of Wisconsin is a part of a move at From the beginning she dis- warm, very uninhibited and very
the university to start cusses in Black literature and history. played an uncommon knowledge trusting"
,The school has recently been the scene of Black students' and love for children, which Faculty opinion of her worth
protests. has readily been received by was expressed by two teachers.
the youngsters who are under Mrs. Dora Mcolaldes noted,
TRAINING PROGRAM kL1 her charge Especially Is this "She is very pleasant, very
GRAMBLING, La. (NPI) Fifteen Grambllng College evidenced by those children who nice and efficient"
business administration majors are taking part in an apprenticeship have language difficulties and Miss Patricia Hodson,teacher
which receive training -ITr. need special help of seven-years-olders, was
program.In they on-the-Job and .. .. ....
related experience In selected business enterprises in Monroe '!Io.". AIIi. As Mrs. Conolly sees It, "I more effusive her summation -
"SUPPORT THE MARCH OF DIMES" Is a vorlte slogan for defects strike a newborn baby every other minute in the United may not be an Indian or a .
Ruston and who In
Grambllng Participants are
majoring accounting -
members of the Teen Age Program (TAP) of the voluntary States The March
management marketing and secretarial science will of Dimes has established nationwide network Cypriot, but 1 can understand 'She's a marvelous teacheras
health agency.Students around the country are backing the March of 103 Birth Defects Centers to of
spend about U hours a week for 10 weeks working as apprenticesand provide treatment and rehabili- the underlying implication well as a head, and she'lvery
receive a stipend of$1.40 an hour of pimes fund-raising appeal to prevent birth defects Birth tation for these tiny victims. children feeling strange in a good with children"


WASHINGTON (NPI!) The U.S. Supreme Court has given'
cautious approval to public-school students' "symbolic Of
Illinois Office ool"'ol.tlDOWNTOWNaOO
protests long as their activities do not disrupt classwork, ,
lead to substantial disorder, or Intrude on the rlgh of other
students. At the same time, most of the Justices made It clear Human Resources -
that ta<* current college disturbances cannot be excused on

Constitutional. grounds.University SPRINGFIELD, m.-(NPI)- the fu la to shop.
A Black man, A. Donald ,
Of Iowa Announces Bourgeois, has become the head
of the newly-created state office
July Afro-American InstituteIOWA of human resources In announcing -
._ the new department,
CITY Thirty high The 60 teachers will attend Governor Richard B. Ogilvle
school teachers from Iowa cities the same cultural events as 48 said It would "have no equalIn
and 30 college Instructors from disadvantages student parti- Importance or complexity"In 1 1DI
all over the United States will cipating in an Intensive pre-law his administration Bourgeois
be invited to The University of program at the Vorl College former head of the Model r ''
Iowa's Summer Institute In of Law, and may share housing Cities program in St.Louis,will
Afro-American History and accommodations with them In 'have the Job of trying to evolve %
Culture, scheduled, for July 1 one of the University residence broad new approaches to prob- I/ %\
to August 9Teachers .. balls. The law program Is lems of employment, Job I \
both Black and white, sponsored by the Council for training, education. welfare, I i a
Education Opportunity. t'f 11 "I"' "' rw rN
will be chosen partly according Legal and !housing;' \
(CLEO) and the Committee on .
to their chances: for teaching
* ..
Institutional Cooperation. -
at least one AfroAmericancourse ,--.. -..
in the near future, said -'
Assistant Professor Robert A.
Corrigan, director of the in-
stitute. Professor Corrigan is '1 ,
a member of the Uof I American When only the r
Civilization Program and r : will do
executive secretary of the purest :
Committee on o-American ? f VASELINE PETROLEUM JElLY

Studies. helps prevent diaper
The courses scheduled for the ...
rash fi'om diaper chanp*
six-week Include 0O O -
to dlaporchanlto..with n'rypy, -
"Readings In Afro-American continuous film piovld-
.History", "AfroAmerican'LIterature" ins a moisture shield. E.-
and "The AfricanIn peclally formulated for M ,
the New World," an anthropology completo purity No won 9
course. Alsoplannedarean der 0 out of 10 mothciK \ r A t
I 1
interdisciplinary seminar on 'Vas.-line' 111 N
"The Culture of Black
America" and two dally b You pny little I more than '%' I rh t 1VNh
informal discussions.In for other brand. of pe- ,' n+
addition, the high schoolteachers troleum Jelly..but your
will take a methods baby I. worth it! M/ll/l ,,

course In "Building Resourceand 1
Teaching Units in tie Social '
Studies," stressing Afro-'
American studies, which the I
college teachers will be'l ij"
welcome to attend. I :\S
Corrigan said several features : %
will be added to the institute If *
the university receives a grant %%%
from the National Endowment
for the Humanities. Among /:
these would be 'a series of
afternoon lectures on such subjects -
as contemporary Africa,
the African past, Afro-
American art and music, and s
manuscript sources and bibliographical -
aids for research In
Afro-American culture.

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minutes or until tomatoes are bubbly. Remove from oven Cut beef chop Miey and sweet and) American-Oriental recipe: flavor i
cheese slices\ in half ..lialt'onall'I'I'pnA'E' cheese triangle over sour pork are now available I You needn't\ limit yourself to all of cbffee-
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I SCLC Plans Memorial Nation wide Observances For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I

Thirty Cities Will Be Scenes

CIVIL RIGHTS Insurance Com pule s The Status Of ThingsThe

ROUNDUPTO ,Use Excuse r, Of Programs- Of CommemorationDr. '

t Ralph David Abernathy, frontation will be held in thirty
CONTINUE For Not Insuring president of the Southern cltle*' fifteen) of which are

BATON ROUGE, La. (NPI) An NAACP boycott of a Christian Leadership Conference Ministers Leadership Training
Baton Rouge beer distributor will continue despite the ariests WASHINGTON (NPI)-The announced that the Rev. Program ,cities On Good
of two local NAACP officials, the association's state president threat of riots Is being used by r T.Y Rogers Jr. had been assigned Friday, April 4, the day of

Emmitt J. Douglas, has declared. "We duly believe that the Insurance companies as an as National Coordinator Commemoration, services will
action taken against Schllts Beer and the Baton Rouge Wholesale excuse for "denying or sur of the National Days of be held In :30 Cities airing With

Beverage Company, by the Baton Rouge NAACPbrancband youth charging Insurance in the Black Commemoration and Con- vigils, marches and stay
council Is Justified," said Douglas. Two high-ranking officials ghettos," a Chicago realestateman frontation sponsored by the home from work and school

of the local NAACP branch have been arrested on charges of and mortgage banker lias K Southern Christian Leadership boycotts On Saturday, April 5,
extortion and conspiracy to commit extortion. The two men, the charged. Conference around the a national Tag Day has been
before the US. anniversary of the assassin- scheduled where! the nation will
keY. Joseph C: Melonson, 29, and Joseph H. Simms, $3, were Testifying
accused of threatening certain beer distributors with boycotts Senate Anti-trust and Monopoly tics of Dr. Martin Luther King, be allowed to contribute to
unless they were given money Subcommittee, Dempsey J. Jr., April 4, 1961. continue the work of Dr. King
Travis, president United Each April, beginning with this through the Southern Christian
MATRIARCHAL Mortgage Bankers of America, year Dr. Abernathy announced, Leadership Conference. Each

PHILADELPHIA (NPI) The Idea that Negro families are asserted that autoinsurancecompanies + we will have National Days of contributor will receive a tag
matriarchal Is a stereotype and often Inaccurate, according to had Instituted a boy Commemoration and Confrontation bearing Dr. King's likeness and
Dr. Andrew Billingsley of the University of California Berkeley, ,cott o: the Black community to remind people everywhere subscription "I Gave" Just as
and Dr Alvin Poussalnt, a Tuts, University psychiatrist. Both long Before last year's wave d of what Dr. King stood he gave his very life for freedom -
Conference rioting. for, and confrontation( to .'
addressed the National of Black Social Workers
where Dr. Poussalnt asserted that the Negro family Is strong According to Travis, It Is v ; v- continue what he worked for. Black Easter is scheduled for
common practice to charge 75 A commemoration would be in Sunday, April 6. Easter Is a
At the same time he suggested that there are ways to make it
cent than standard tzV vain without confrontation Day of renewal and emphasis
per more
stronger. "The effort should be at strengthening what we have,
because Martin Luther should be on things of the spirit
rather than theorizing about structure," the psychiatrist added. .insurance rates for automobile King,
coverage In Negro communl-. Jr. believed In action rather than things of material
GIRL FREED ',Ies. Rev. Rogers, who heads the 'value. Therefore the Southern

SYLVESTER, Ga. (NPI)) A U.S. District Judge has freeda Some major companies havefound \ e Ministers Leadership Training Christian Leadership Conference -
Black business prof liable, Program of the Southern will ask all people to
Black girl held on charges of cursing awhite class mate. The
release of Dorothy Young, 15, was ordered pending her appealto as "they can collect larger Christian Leadership Confer- curtail expenditures on
the state supreme court. She has been a symbol of protest premiums for less risk in the ence, announces that program luxuries, wear old clothing, asa
Black community" he said. 1.- of commemoration' ( and ,on- symbolic gesture of supportfor
since she was arrested at the predominantly white school she nation's progress in dealing with slum-ghetto life has been nowhere In scale with the the and
"There Is no other explanationfor poor, patronize only
attended In this south Georgia city. this type of exploitation," problems, according to a special year-end study released last February 27, by the staffs of Anthology Of Black poor comm'mlty businesses.The .
Travis presented letters from Urban America and the Urban Coalition. The study, entitled: "One Year Later", being Days of Confrontation will
EAGLE EQUALS CROW screened by members of the advisory panel, is a sequel to the Kerner Commission reportof
MILWAUKEE NPI Black Alderman Orvllle insurance companies,bulletins Verse Due On begin on April 7 and will end
( ) E. Pitts has
a year ago. Panel members are, from left: Senator Fred ), a formal!
and documents as evidence o' on April 12. In at least 15 cities
kicked local storm in the all-white
seeking membership
up commission member; the Rev. Mr. Charming Phillips' Democratic: National Committeeman -
Eagles Club, which has been the target of civil rights protests for insurance-company discrimination and head of the Housing Development Corporation; Daniel Parker, board chairman, there will be major action confronting -
In Chicago as long Stands Fall Of 69 the local government
several years. Pitts had his application submit ed by a white Parker Pen Company and immediate past chairman, National Association of Manufacturers; ,
fellow alderman, who Is an Eagle. According to the letter of ago as 1948 Tom Wicker associate editor, New York Times; Jack Conway, president, Center For CHICAGO (NPIAn anthology local economic power structureand
The documents Indicated that the local political
application, Pitts, a former boxer wants to use the club'sathletic Community Change, Washington, and former executive director AFL-CIO industrial union "New Voices In Black power
standard Insurance rates have structure and other insti-
facilities "to get back Into flguting trim., The executive department; and David Glnsburg, Washington lawyer and former executive director, Kerner Poetry", is scheduled for pub-
been denied outside areas tutions in the comm unity which
board of the Milwaukee County Democratic Party Is pressuringthe Commission. Not shown Is Mayor John Lindsay,New York, former Commission vice chairman. lication this fall.
affected by the rioting last have the to free Black
Eagles to mend their ways, some three years after the Rev. NPI Photo Donald power
and edited
Compiled by
James E. Groppl led civil rights marchers to the homes of April. ,DIDDle or to hold Black DIDDle
\I Mosby and Charles Evans); the
Eagle members. Senator Philip A. Hart (D- Among In subjection and servitude.
Mich.), subcommittee chairman volume will give wide exposureto '

said Travis' testimony shoved The Greatest Malcolm's Widow those Black poets Wio are Sheriff Amerson
SISTER IESSIE that "The whole Industry is at little known on a national scale

fault' in the continuing problem because they are unpublished 4

She will read your\ entire life-past,present and 01 high-risk, "fly-by-night" or have been represented in Prefers Being
future She asks no questions! but will tell you Insurance companies.The Reveals LateLeader's anthologies by two few poemsto
what you want to know, giving dates and facts of I "refusal of substantial establish their reputation. Officer In SouthATLANTA
business love, health add family affairs. Will I elements of the industry topi'o- The anthology will differ from l
help you find lost art. Tells you whom you will 1 vice coverage" makes It many similar volumes in that (NPI) .: The

marry and when. It the one you love Is true, what possible for the "fly-by-night" ThinkingNEW It will be very selective con- South's only Black sheriff
to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated eZ companies to move in, the taining only about 20 poets,thus Lucius D. Amerson, feels thatit
locate absent friend and relatives, and cause Senator indicated allowing each poet to be well- Is more significant for a
happiness, between man and wife. Helps make YORK Mrs. Betty lives, and now, we have to go represented by 10 or more Negro to be sheriff than to bea
.tShabaii widow Malcolm X
nwr our own way. poems. Congressman. He Is sheriff
lovers' quarrels. Tells If sickness and bad
luck up are natural enemies, or If there is an evil Ford FoundationAllocates said that her husband predictedhis "Now, we Blacks are going to Mosby is a staff writer for the of Macon County, Alabama.
influence. Does not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One own death at the hands of rule ourselves..." Chicago Daily Defender. Evans Amerson further said "Black
visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will Big Fund the U.S. Government becauseof One of five widows of top is an assistant professor at the people dealing with "nitty
what he knew.In
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of youra r'MISS leaders or sympathizers the Southeast campus, Chicago City gritty" as local public officialscan
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, wizen To UNe For BlacksThe 'the an interview appearing in cause of Black liberation killed College. The work if commissioned do ts much for their people

V everything soems ;to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted; ,Department. of..City ud current Issue pf,Loo1t** I'by_ gunfire In the 1960s, Mrs.Wftftnifi by the Swallow Press.- as those who hold high offices.

; slot and worried when you can be helped and everything nude Regional Planning at the University t womanhusband;: she favors runc'oiit'u.t'especlall s :

"" clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody wel of North Carolina at of the Black revolution said: the' Bill''Cosby paints Plc'tures.
control of in white hands.
I make house calls. Don't guns
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. no Chapel Hill announced recentlythat "I believe I
NINA SIMONE what Malcolm toldme. "
mistake the address. SISTER BESSIE is located north of It has received a grant He after careful' "Historically, she Added,

Callahan on US. #1, 1/2 mile.from City of Callahan Plot Ida. of $18,000 from the Ford NEW miK'- Nina Simon, analysis believed that the Government "the Blacks white to learn man the never use of wanted guns With Words To Obtain SOlids

Phone: 879-2250. Foundation to provide fellowship RCA recording artist, is cur- would have him killed,but would "
HER SICiNIN FROlfTOF HOtEE..Across the street for fear of a slave rebellion. HOLLYWOOD Bill Cosby to paint a picture with words.
WATCH FOR aid for Black students and
from SPOKESMAN MOTEL rently represented on the use the Black Muslims And yet, what God ever decreed Is tuned in to the color of sends. Then he made one of those
other minority group students British best-selling chartswlth Ku kllers) because of the that whites could have "Words are sounds he said. distinctive non-verbal sounds"There's
guns ,
from 8 to 10 .
Open daily a.m. p m for graduate study.In city and ,
three singles in the top 50-- friction between himself and "Tones "
Cl.JPI'JJfT; YOUTOA$5.00READINGfor $Z.OJ but Blacks could not? can make colors I try no word for that
THIS regional planning.
a feat rarely accomplished by 'them. he explained, "but the'
any performer. Her smash "He learned some things the NAACP Advises Senate Com. adds a certain color ,to the
version of "Ain't Go No""IGot Government did not want to picture You can also take a

Life" from the Broadway know." ,, word and gI e it different emu-
On Problems Of
musical, "Halrt," continues to Two Black Muslims and a third Handling Needy tional colors. Many times I'll

be a top 10 disk. "To Love man have been sentenced to life hold a consonant or a vowel
Somebody," her newest disk, Imprisonment for gunning down WASHINGTONNPlThe Expansion of the U.s. Office and the sound will give the
is fast climbing: toward the top. Malcolm InNew York's,AuduboO'' U.s. SenateSelectCommltteeon of Economic Oppo-tunlty and,' color."
Interest In MissSlmone'sRCA Ballroom in 1965, after he left Nutrition and Human Needs has the U.S. Department of Agriculture proper Cosby will be painting some

platters prompted Phillips, her the movement to build one of been given an NAACP plan for to provide direct new word pictures about the
aiding the poor in impoverished; financial assistance to the
rg0e former label, to re-Issue "I ,his own humorous aspects of family
of South
am Carolina. needy until such times as
Put aSpellon You"bw"Please'Don't Although some observer feel
Let Me Be Misunderstood _. that Malcolm's last days raisea The Rev I. DeQulncey Newfederal and state welfare programs -
man, NAACP field director for can meet the needs of
which became a hit promise of racial Integration,
c soon after it was released. his widow said that it would .South Carolina submitted the the hungry.
not work. following recommendations to Investigation of racially discriminatory -
"Blacks have been trying to the committee headed by Senator practices and
Integrate for nearly four George S. MeGovern conduct of the state's Depart-

Haircuts < I centuries," she declared in (D-S.D.). meat of Welfare workers.
..v.75Processes..55' Look, "and they have failed, Putting South Carolina high on Inclusion of Black community
Integration has failed. We nave the priority list for immediate leaders In the planning, programming -
''man been forced into separate. federal action, to provide minimum and: administration'

neighborhoods and separate health welfare, and of all public-assistance pro-
va LEARN lirhriif housing assistance. grams.

Development of a program to
Enroll NowA SEAFOOD communicate to the poor the
f CENTER various public assistance welfare -
programs designed to meet
f in every sip NEW CLASS STARTS PH E14 M6I the basic needs.

of Seagram's V.O.-the EACH MONDAY The conditions of poverty

e'n- Smooth Canadian JacksonvilleBarber LARGE MUllET 39fB. which cripple: so many South BILL COSBY
Carolinians are so extreme that life on his comedy show ?-The'
RED BASS 59' lb. It "Is a source of amazement"that Second Bill Cosby Special," to
College they have not led to",Iolent be colorcast over the NBC
SPEC. TROUT 69 lb. eruptions, breaking, looting, Television Network Wednesday,

C30 PAVE STREET KING MACKEREL STEAKS ... 79' lb. and plundering," Rev Newman April 8. ,
ezie.rsNz-e at.o v sLGIto.esIsKls 10 YAAI zoo 501 PNOni stAGes 5OIIUAe cO..n 1''G ,}!$.-9874_ STEAK FILLETS .;98 ib. told the committee (He will star starting this ail

in his own series, "The Bill
CONK MEAT 79* Lb.rHE Re,. Jesse Jackson Cosby Show," Sundays on NBu" -

FtrLU* IOCkEII hoer TV, portraying big city high
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MAINE LOBSTER 3" CAN Hails Progress, school. gym teacher and assistant -
coach who moonlights
tcalUpi........?..,.. Ib.. $1.6S IusoI'ocu.r.rA.I Hi I 1)1 In Chi Industry principally as a private Investigator -
( Ki"1 Cab leas .... Ib.. SI.'S, '
-to make ends
'.rn.utS.Mtl,.,,, 1.11 ....... Ib 79 CHICAGO (NPI) More "An
English teacher taught nw
iftad.d Crab ....... 30 Sfiopp.,Th..l. ...... Ib !.. than $ OOOOOlnelectrlcai what certain rowels or consonants -
contracts has been awarded to
Iyy H four Black electrical contractors ran mean to the, ear,"
in the Woodlawn Gardens Cosby recalled "She read a

Construction Program sponsored poem about a ship I ;dl1ll'C
$ : by The Woodlawn ,remember the pm tout it had
[ Organization. The Rev Jesse a lot of .' sounds, like sails. ,
ship, wa, and so forth."
L. Jackson national director
LJIMLmct CCLC's Operation Breadbasket;, ,Cosby, doesn't get attached to
IYflJR OWN HOME. 34'746i
balled the contracts as a a particular sound or word.
"bieakthro-jgh for the Black '1 don't. have a favoi its word,"
community. Metropolitan he said "1 will uses particular ,

Structures, the general con- word' for a while In a special
tractor for Woodlawn Gardens way. Then when people'htch
J. was awarded the contracts. it. I'll leave It and go to something -
else. 1 used to say Yes*

Ae low ae t A&T Senior Wins In a special way onc.. If you
E Mat say something In a different
MOOS c spt-A f Wilson FellowshipGREEKSBOKO rhythm or pattern it ran knckpeople

t3ff off balance. E: en';when

e V.rvw QWteSo N.C.-Luther they anticipate. a line you're
just o SALES OFFICE at Brown Jr., A*T State University -' about to use, yon 'ID' throw
I"" onMcDUFF N. of BEAVER SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30: DIVISION A 20th ST. EXP. senior, has won the prey them off by your timing'

A PAR llgions Woodrow Wilson Cosby bas his favorites anumg

Fellowship, as one of several those wing the spoken and
.. .
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1\) Guinyard Backs Morris Reeves For Participation.. In-National AAU In San Diego :1:1'i f


lartha White Director Seeks

SPORTS PARADEBY Annual Players And Coaches BanquetT'

Assistance From Jacksonville

INTERNATIONAL Glenn Klerkley, Florida State Earth White Boxing Team, said

RECRUITING AAU boxing champion of 19&8, Morris Kravts will represent
Is back in training with the Florida In the Nationals this
TUCSON, Arl*?- (NW) A south-wlde
recruiting program Earths White Comm enity year In San Diego on April 17
is being undertaken by the University of Arizona to pick up possible 41 ('enter Boxing Team, and 19.Gulnyard.

gridiron talent from among Black high school and junior Kleckley, 19 years of age, a In a pr s& release
college football players According to Offensive Coach Cecil graduate of theEugene Butler to the Florida Star, spoke; of
McGehee, the university would like to find "six or eight Negro School freshmanat
High now a the need of financial: assistancefor :
backs..,we want some real fine athletes and..can offer them
some real fine situations Edward Waters College, Urn II Ip to San Diego
began practice recently.: Persons who are interestedIn
Kleckley and Morris Reaves contributing to the fund are
represented Florida in the asked to send such to the Morris
MIAMI (NPl)- Former welterweight champion Kid Gavllan National I Championships iiteves AA U Fund of the Florid\;

recently gave himself a helping hand when he Joined In entertain- last year, In Maumee, Ohio Star or to the Jacksonville:
ing some 2,000 fellow Cuban exiles at t show to ralsefunds for Julius Guinyard, coach of the kecreatlu Department
surgery on his failing eyes. The one-time fistic great, noted for :1\
his bolo punch, danced the samba In a ring at Dinner Key .
Auditorium and also demonstrated the larruping punch that Grambling Recreation Leader
enabled him to hold the welter crown from 1952-54. I

FINALLY A PENSION Appointed To Special Agenda

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla (NPI) A change in requirements AMBLING, La. Clifton stltutlons of h I ft her education
cutting minimum length of big,league service from five Smith, recreation assistant in in the area of organization;
years to four, has mad LeRoy "Satchel" Paige eligible for a the Grambllng College Student administration and evaluations

baseball pension. The legendary pitcher was hired by the Atlanta Union, has been appointed to a of student activities In college:
Braves last summer. pitcher-coach to enable him to accrue task force team on human resources unions
sufficient credits for a pension. Under the old rule, be would not to consult witbpredomlnauUyNegro The project Is sponsored by
have become eligible until August 1. E1 .I In- the Association of College
Ualon.Intlfnattoul, a
QUARTERBACK professional organization of 800
President Nixon
CHICAGO (NPI) if you take the .word of Grambllng college unions, with head-
College's grid coach Eddie Robinson, the first Black quarterback quarters at Stanford University,
to make it big In the professional ranks will be James Harris Will Cite Black Stanford, Calif
a' recent alumnus.of Grambllng Harris has been drafted by the Founded In 1914,the organization -
Buffalo Bills. Handicapped American now claims affiliates in
several countries outside the
NIXES $400,000OAKLAND WASHINGTON-NP1)-( ) United States and Canada, Including -

Calif (NPI) The word is that tennis star William Passmore, 39,who lost Japan, the British Isles,
Arthur Ashe Ignored a $400,000 five-year pact offered him last both legs after a football accident South America and the Middle
year. ,The offer was made by professional tennis promoter in 1945, has been named East. The AC UI Is one of the
George MacCall *ho said that Ashe failed to respond to the offer. "Handicapped American of oldest professional organizations -
I 1968" by President Richard in higher education In the

AT HIGHEST LEVEL GREENSBORO, N.C. Aubrey c. Lewis, right, executive Looking on is Dr. C.B. Hauser, an official of the CIAA Tournament Nixon's committee on employment United States.
MESA, Arts (NPI) when Reggie Jackson, set out to get office personnel representative for the F." Woolworth Committee. The Woolworth Company for the second of the handicapped. He'w.
a raise in salary for his outfielder duties with the Oakland Company,. is welcomed to the CIAA Basketball tournament consecutive year has co-sponsored the banquet for the players .. cited for two decades of Farm Hrr, "ioar
Athletics, he eschewed going through channels, and instead went annual players and coaches banquet at ALT State University by and coaches at the tournament. The tournament was held February effort on behalf of the disabledin MH>KK.;-riT': on ttfmil'ilit !
straight to the top-to the A's president,Charles 0. Finley. How Coach Clarence "Blghouse" Gaines, coach of the WinstonSalemState 27 to March 1 at the Greensboro, N.C.,coliseum with more than Washington. For 18 yearshe 1.1"n: iJ':
did he fare? Alter talking by telephone about an hour, he woo a Rams and 19S7 NCAA Small College Coach of the Year.. ) OOOO persons attending. has been a columnist for rf m-," Inn,: SViOWi'i a 'I! ,;
$5.000 raise, from $18,000 to$23,000. the Chicago Defender. He will 'I 1 Hit' Imll' ,nfg Inlonn,,Mon In.
--.- be cited in Washington on May .
xituti[ r' c Alcorn Coach Honored As Newsweek Mal 1.

I Camaro 'SS1 setsthe Pace for 1969 noses Gramblinl I Man

Basketball Coach Of New Year CRAMHUNG; La. -ApoliticalscienceJournalism !I
student at
LO MAN, Miss. (NPi) years at 'Alcorn.HopUnJ Grambllng College has been Soothing relief for
AlcornA&M himself Is well known
Coach Hopkins,
named as special campus correspondent -
College, has been named as a great scorer in basketballwith by Newsweek, after hard-working hands:
.National Association: of Inter- a total of 3,759 points in consulting with Pete Dosher and
four at ; VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY For hand ,.
collegiate Athletics District 27 campaigns Giambling ) e
'xvk3 "--- Ansel Creary, Grambllng
Basketball Coach of the Year. during the mid-50s. F rough, 80 chapped, they actually hurt.
Journalism professors Soothe and softens.,
Coach Hopkins led his South- He played five years of Newsweek .has, a program to provide a continuous ...-1
western Athletic Conference professional basketball with the 'encourage'minority group film that protects"
Champion,Alcorn CollegeBraVei Syracuse Nationals and was -a: doe mow e i students to the gainst moisture better'
Journalism '
Inductedfctolti? HalYdl ; than watery drearbs and
: 7o a 21'Orecol' Oils. fame fllld"SOtJL". '
in 1963 'J. '' lotions Get Vaielfn
Ifasoo. Petroleum Jell '.You
In his first two years at Al- District 27 is composed of : 'w 6dMl rrlr4a' a little more}than pay forIntroducing
fiorn,Hopkins has led the 24 colleges located In Alabamaand Treatment other brands ot petro.
Braves to two SWAC Cham- Mississippi. learn Jelly..but your
pionships and twoNAIADistrlctJO During his playing days, he hands art worth ill!

Championships averaged 17 rebounds per game r
He has compiled a record of and Us highest single. game '
.68 wins and 14 losses in three .total was 82 points.Governmental ,

RCA Children. Are Awarded f

I }qyM dn

Two Scholarships On MeritsTwo
At a recent press conference in Indianapolis,Tony Hulman (right), president of the Indianapolis
children of 'RCA'' Jr, Moorestown, N.J., are Motor Speedway announced a Chevrolet Camaro 'SS' had been picked to pace the 53rd
employes have been awarded the first children of RCA annual 500 mile race on May 30. Looking over the stunning white car with orange stripes and a M'RR iwO-' t
RCA Achievement ScholarshipsIn employes to be winners in the lettering with Hulman It Indiana's Cov. Edgar Whitcomb In 1967 a Camaro also paced the 500 MurlaAr'sHURRAY'S

the fifth annual National five-year history of the .
Achievement Scholarship Achievement Scholarship Evolution In Insurance
Program, administered by the Program.
National Merit Scholarship They are among 110 winners NEW \'ORK-Inland marine 111.x11M ,fnIIII'111'x11 I., k 110..r.1,
Ixvrnlx' ,1l /
: 1,111 LIUA our;
insurance nAIrnllllrl.'ll:
Corporation for outstanding who will each receive a four- usually bought to in l A IllIr: ;unn/I II nilVV' M i1"11, '! !
Negro students across the year .achievement scholarship: coyer jewelry fine arts and similar VETERANS1 1if/I.,: .:...'lh::Allri.x'Irr:.::\.rl.n: /.I 1.h.hnliiwx. rllrlhlxnl\: Jas'I'
fl rr Yn
/ rnr.
nation. that provides' between $250 and \ properties originally/ was Move In fora. little **: tSO 4x\ !111'h.l" : 1 Ix.Ilxlr rxulnlu: xlu:l'w911II.I' : I:. :I iI!:.rllI'..f>
Sheri L.Wilson Indianapolis,,, $1,500 a year depending on the developed to cover goods in \ N1,uI'u;
Ind., and Charles: A. Bounds.. need of each student to attend transit by other than ocean vci- DOWN r M'I, :f.'E. :I.M nil, urWul I 'nx.ux.:1Ir::'.un'rn: 1
the of his choice.RCA eels, the Insurance Information MURRAY'IIUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO
Buffalo Soldiers college was one of 69 organi Institute reports 41* Clwllltt A... ......,. Mllh 41101

sations, primarily corporations

\ .Gala and corporate foundations, that 'Watch F f
'ii"" funded these lour-rear achieve ,

103rd Anniversary ment cbolmhlps.( This Clown craftsmanship

The 103rd anniversary reunion
Omega Psi Phi ,. 3 A 4 bedraont plant with 1, I.'It,
of the "Buffalo Soldiers", 13-99 -61
3 baths and
members of the 9th and 10th garage can taste.
S Modern schools; churches and a complete .you Inl'nhll1:1r
Regimental Cavalry Association Fraternity Joins 54 15 32 shopping
Is scheduled for July 26 cniiiATES

at Fort Leavenworth, Kan, a Coca Cola ProgramsATLANTA % 'JY I. LINCOLN '-.i ,oiiiKm I Ien't I I M>muhinw
'home of of the first all- I
Negro regular units established .- Dr. Lawrence f 7130'RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE'765-1685 '..., a !"4 CScaltantrut t + thdri
by Act of Congress E. Nicholson, chairman of the \ ,: Ii mine on ItuHiptr ,
''III 1866. CbarlesOrew Scholarship: Fond .I I ;. ,tllJ .,, It'c, hccau.c; the olietillcr<, .d\'l1Ii 14e I

The reunion, under the. Committee, and Kelvin A.Wall, U AS LOW AS \, *. tiMcrii.iiKlMltliootlKr.itiivitNvhi ; : : : : :
leadership of the association manager of the Market Develop 55 -19,. I I > m.iko 1'uklinnik Mill\ In'In'\c in

I with headquarters in Kansas ment Department of Coca-Cola 22 14' : 1& 195 downPLUS '. '+;. i':.linet nil M M AUKI k.nn mi: )!UMhun : I
City, Mo., will be a daylong USA, announced last week that '" '
'i; \ :ilikilikcqinlitiJcJit.itii! >:n -tiMi vent beginning\ at 8:SO a.m. the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Sometime
The program tentatively Includes -' has Jolaed the college-aid he"p,.Sometime SALES TAX i :'If;.:, l 4 r( r"'C( r'p'I1I"Hr3tl., : --
.He's down. He Adds Subtracts) "
set by / 1 lu\' CNriitiJ h 1"llr"l1Ilh"I1N'h'\i "
business meetings, scholarshp program up ; .
He works It all around, C. ,yf .
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BmCCTr223'ELI ,
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briefings and talks by out- Coca-Cola last y lt., Ai 7NQS I :l.r.1D. { ALL OTHC SOUIPMCNT" A RAROAIN ir ,,. Aiul tlnv' m>t n,
standing military and other Nominations will be made by 67 T'BIRD ILANDAU6fl $:-893 .. !, .. ....:-- i-
prominent figures. local chapters. Finalists will' n 45 87 '
Premium Bourbon.
rtfoM'lrTrr'? STATION uWAON (, BenchmarkT-Searain's| .
The Fort Leavenworth Post be revealed at the u II 0 ulCODY.nt1011. ; SIH1M
R. AIR' C NDTIOND. A r Measure your Bourbon against il.Ik .
Band will furnish music for Coming Attraction rttsi" N"r VASTIIIWK lEALQU''if: ,
singing of cavalry songs. Time Dr. Nicholson has balled the AI/TOMATIC TRANSMI''ASON.! POWER MISSING RAPIO HIAT
will be set aside In the afternoon collaboration with the company lIIi 'mvftor..I' IMPALA IIMJ
for reminiscing at .the u an addedstrengthtoOmega's .4511IIS", AUTOMATIC THANSMISMf, ,N. VII "'10P, Alt CONDITIONED: > .
post bunting lodge. National Scholarship program. 66 TllhV.: : SUPER SPORT' *- $17115'!
Robinson Named MemberOf MAN'S 'J'OfiONAno > $!!194tnwrly : -
I peceYt. ,. AIR COND.fib I
I MlISTANI( $1311': ,

Louisiana Goal Task Force if: RcViT.TtAriflOMH1'tAOIOMl41", ::: SIOT;: _

.' Numbered'! MAO WMF n V Kill( KM CAIS AH CONmllONrO" DNF I nc'AI
GRAM LlNO, La Coach ,which Is directed Reorganisation by Senator, Health Mans Days and are Fortune can be ,li5 nLYMOiiiii ,i-'intv III '31'ils! :
Eddie Robinson of Grumbling VA. Mil RINIW MH AIR \
Michael O'Keefe of New Orleans Yours when you. know ,your CONOITIMI I
Colje ge, 'a man of exquisite Lucky Days. 05: PI.YMO 1'1'IItVAI; ,.I'AN7' 595:
confidence! and self-control,has *f>R AUTOMATIC T'ANMVIISSIOM, RAH. A RFAl *IIY,
been appointed a member of the Eight areas of public concern Lurky Colors, ect ; hi:! I.INCOI ('ON'I'INJ'N"A': ? Wi! : ;
Coals for Louisiana Task Force will be studied by the task fore*. .Send $2 00 for your AIR CONDITinNFO, lOCM rWNU.' A RIAI MRRAINOVKII 5.

by Governor John McKeithern. .They are education,transportation Horoscope Guide! for ) : IIHI ('AIlS'1'0 ('iiooM: 1,now? ..,. $"
.Robinson Is athletic director state and local government We TnVo JC'al: l Whr-ip OihPix! nofu ri '
a 4 the North Louisiana college 'development of human MARCH ('rrdlt! Aprovrd!i nn SnolR.S.EVANS ,
nation's most resources, health and environ
and Is one of the "
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respected football coaches. In mental living, parks recreation : 'I ,
and mall to Post Office I : .
21 seasons with the Tigers, be, and. tourism, and crime ZODIAC '' ., "'
: economic development.Robiason Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla.. : Nie4
.has compiled a 180-66-11 won- ,' I w
a ,
lost football record was "
The Goals for Loiislane member" .of the task fore on JUVIE----- 3rd &MAIN : "r, fa.aRlawl
and tourism STREET ,
recreation '
parks, "
".the Program Louisiana was established Council by I ; DATE OF BIRTH. EL 4-8381! OPEN: TIL 0::30 P,M. KL: 4-8TIU:J : ,\ ...h"'., kmml> MI., hl ...."|1.>... W ,,,.L,', "Mi I'HOI I....vh I XKlom K n,. I'..../.\lli. k).

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PACE 12 I '1 STAI PAPERS- .. .. : ( -.- .---SUNDAY.--.- .,...-MAICN-... 22- .,.-191)Pelroilze ..

Finns nil Advertise The Buddy Miles OEO Staff Member Will. Direct I

I Poverty Project In Vo. AreaMaurice

II YOUR Newspaper { I l -
I A. Dawklns of the The announcement was made
... ......-. ... I Executive Staff of Die Officeof bjr Dr. Frank Sherwood, director -
Economic Opportunity has of the Institute who old
been elected to develop a that Mr Dawkins wUl provide
PTOWERS s ",.4. special project on race and gaining In the area of the
I poverty at the Federal Elen.'Uve History of the Rare: Problem
Institute Charlottesi and Poverty Policies
i vllle Va.Texarkanana. Programs and Problems for
4 I ,
A Home For ienfcr Citizens 62 Years Or Over I executives attending the eight
Petition week sessions.
1 6& t I
Aa the first OEO representative

KINGS ROAD NEAR EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE For Disavowal organized to participate civilian academy In the newly for

OPENING SOON-APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE I I Of TV license at training the sipergrade government level executives, Mr.

Dawkins will develop program
WASHINGTON A group of on urban and urral poverty
leaders In Texirkana, texas, race and racism, and equalopportunities .
J Joined by a number of whites, in the public and
filed a petition recently with private sector
I the Federal Communications
6. **** ** * *
w:i Commission, asking !that a re-
r Man' 1 r n, \ i' newel of a license for KTAL,
.... _.___ ___ l i.1 I located In Texartana, be denied Local Families
Ronnie Barrett (center with microphone) host of the Chicago Show on WLS-TV, chats with "on !the contention !that the
drummer Buddy Miles of the kit group, The Buddy Miles Express. The group appeared on. interests of Negro viewers are Ask For Aid
the show recently playing two numbers from their best-selling Mercury Records LP, "Ex' being ignored. One-third of the
viewing population Is Cla';k.
pressway To Your Skull.\
After Burnout

Savannah State College; Schedules KELP FIGHT CANCER Tennessee University The Valentine and the.

or A deck Beans Family were thrown outs
Unique Afro. American CurriculumSAVANNAH with ip Leaders Oppose More:; In the cold this week when their

Ail ,A Cheek horn at 614 Palmetto Street
Ga. Savannah M director. KNOXVILLE, Tenn Tennessee was completely destroyed by
''The Institute's schedule will University authorities fire.,
State College has announced
Bill Cosby
E'pC include three weeks of course refused to allow Dick
# an Institute in Africanand Gregory Luckily all escaped, seven
M04' Afro-American Cultures work, during which participants CONTINUED: FROM PAGE 8 and Dr. Timothy Leary to speak cblldrtn two to nine, one 17 and
running from June 10 and concluding will be simultaneously learning on the campus here Many four idi its.
about African and Afro- written word 'In, a serious or
student leaders and faculty
21. They are now living, as an
Homelike Facilities on July
cultures and humorous fashion Mark Twain
members have filed suit in the with
Dr. Hanes Walton, Jr., will emergency, a daughter at
preparing learning units for rates highest with him He likes Unite States District Court 5673 Vernon Road and are desperately -
;, Located Nthe Laboratory Experience. James Langston Hughes He asking !that the school be deterred In'need of clothing
'Conveniently Cards Of Thanks' The sixth and final week will considers Jonathan Winters, in this policy. Representative Interested persons are askedto
relate to teaching revised units Flip Wilson and Lord Buckley Julian Bond of Georgia call 764-IM7. or go to K63
and writing up of evaluative, excellent comedians, especiallyIn cancelled an engagement at the Vernon Road .
where these dstitute
EfficIency Apartments And The family of the late Rev. J.S.
reports of their teaching experiences. the use of sounds. He feels school protest. citizens are living
'Johnson wishes to express their !that what sells WC. Fields
grateful thanks to all who were, Implementation of the confab is today is "his rhythm and sojnds
1-Bedroom Apartments so kind to us In our hour of authorized by the United States and his cockeyed way of Black Deacon Brooks Hayes Warns
sorrow. Office of Education under the talking" He singled out Mort CONTINUED
Mrs JS. Johnson Professions Development Act., Said and Woody Allen for their FROM PMJE 5
Politicos Of Attitudes
African backgrounds, the Negro: educated use of language He struction worker and Training
Reasonable Rates Utilities IncladedFOR INCOME TAX InAmerican History, and chose the late Martin Luther Union worker He sees a great
future for the church F, On Rice
Curriculum and Methods of King as an examp'e. of a great
WHY NOT HAVE YOURS Leonard Mlles, the other
Teaching will be emphaslicd., public speaker.
deacon, is a construction foreman DALLAS (NPI) Former
and has been serving as Congressman Brooks Hayes
You set the time (Day o. NEED NIP I Sunday School superintendent, told the 'Texas Society of
) KOI leader of the junior high young Certified Public Accounts that
Admissions Committee 1658 Kings Rd. Jacksonville, Fla. night* You save transportation LOVE, Money Problems? people and acting director for old time southern Democratic
No waiting In line Let Me Help You. Dining Room is now open Christians In Action. politicians will find themselves
Be relaxed\ and look at TV Strictly Confidential. for the finest homecookedmeals. This church emphasizes unity out of office unless they change
SZjOOupcau WAMSAIDE.Dept.FS 734 West Church St., In thought and purpose their ways. He said the
,PHONE 353.4261 Box 61Ronaebosch phone 355-5186.0nte Kimble, The church, having lost some Republicans pave threat
715-4841 Cape, manager. __ members in the past, is grow opportunity) '"if they don't let
After 4 pm SoyJA.!{ Africa .. ing rapidly. Tithing is considered race feellogscolor'tbelr _
EI1UI '.IWIJ ''cIIIEOr '" '--'-' Pltstir Jtiteur important. Plans will philosophy too much.
New and repair Jobs. Reasonable Include a director of' music
SENIOR, CITIZENS .RONE' INC. and prompt service. Free A youth director will be Philadelphia Black
DR. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMS estimates SOyearsexper. employed A Spanish-language

I Spiisiril If III .11(' Ckircb 01 Elands, AT THE COLLEGE FOR FALL SEMESTER Work guaranteed 356-9100. minister Fernandez,is Rev a member Adalberto,acting Wants Unique All

in !that field. Deacon Clinton Black MausoleumPHILADELPHIA. (
FOR MEN AND OMEN Miller serves as director of
SF=Cl\"T AJ\1AL COURSE music and Is equally -*> (NPI) -
: OF All, ACES enthusiastic about the program. Bite CoalitlopDlreclorStanley
f joy
jff $ smart to shopol : of the church. Branch has suggested

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONADULT !rake New IMPROVED NAflTE' Dr.Phillips was strong in !that the 'city i have its first
TABLETS for that tired, run praise of retiring deacons C. Black-owned burial place,large
1 SHi eI down feeling!that keeps you from L. McKenzie, W.R.Cromer and enough to accommodate 120,000
enjoying life. William C. Daniels bodies, in a mausoleum The
HIGH SCHOOL. 100 Tablets $3.00,200, Tablets Needless to say Dr. Phillipsis mausoleum will ,be open to
COURSE .$5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. equally as enthusiastic, people of all races and
I EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES religions, said Branche. How.'
ANDiioucmsy Dept FS, 5937 1'1'' Broadway, JaxonPromotedMAJCRDW ever, it will be owned by Blacks
MANAGEMENT Chlcagf,.ininnU 20626 only
.Vll.1 t Daw I
2 tit I My rile TODAY DO YOU NEED HELP?.

Job Placement for Graduates TOO HAVE A !
33rd I I Min'cuefHte FRIDAY-MAR. 21 PROBLEM
"Courses Taught by State Certified Teacbeis
< atCliuiiM Resident Program For Fulltime Students They come foi many reasons;
n thru WED..
sick, troubled debts, nervousness
,' Home Study Conference Program for Students Who Cannot
h money problems,
MAR 26CROW Attend Regular Classes domestic 'troubles. Some have

been able to buy homes, cars,
Applicitioi Deadline 19 1969
,Anist pay off old bills, get Jobs, and

I,,.yA Contact: Miss N. A, E. Whltfleld, RegistiarBOIDEN'S even pay their children's way
through college and into "
iw1 COLLEGE' 'OF ,MUSIC 'business of their own. RhY' /Ar Ji". ....

All your problems, all your ... .. et. .!:.1I. :!
1 1816 W. 20th STREET heartaches, your sickness,your .4 ,iI." "
Alt lA1 (4) "zb troubles could be: very well MORSE HARRIET Et ANS PAULINEIn ( ,

b over with this adapted. prayer, WHITE SANDS ILERA.liE loving memory of Mrs
I.eene I l ErI on faith and belief, New Mexico-Major
Harriet Evans Pauline,wife and
lrtQUAUTY Jesus said: If two of you'shall Decatur W. Morse, shown 22
mother wbo died March, ,
I II ( IIi agree on earth as touching any above, a veteran of nearly 10 1967. '
that shall ask it service the United
WITH SAVINGS thing they years
We love to think of you whom
EMODECAR DITEM shall be done for them; the States Army, has .been named
God has called to Himself In
NE, FlA'S OLDEST 6IENGtGSUAE word agree means blending out executive officer or the Army
: r'';for w.; $ FLORIDA ROOMS REM00t11I faith and our desire,-for Garrison, Troop Command, at perfect peace she awlit.uaD..You : :
IEOAOOM111ATNE 9ARAGLS WINOOWaEli specific, purposes**'if is faith White Sands Missile Range.. are not forgotten,
loved will ever
one, nor you
NI1gitNt act that-'wlll more Godto Major Morse is the son of
TANQUERAYOR perform miracles.You Mrs Gertrude Morse, 5644 be..As long as life and memory
last, we will remember Owe.
can write for your prayer Mahalla Drive. Signed: H.U. Pauline, husband
li I Stnum (
11.I and lessons today. Send a self
and tarn:ly.
addressed-envelope along with
BOURBON a $?.OO donation to: TOOTHIGHE
Impute! Fum Fverti RicoBACARDI i
PO.: Box 1178 Ml'* III MCMdt N mII"nr do dIM
RUM OIN !M< Pompano Beach, Florida 05Alet, .Mir/ denlul/commend, : FOR SALE NOW f!
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Visit our prayer and blessing pteltMMiul tmtmont X7"v
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