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 29, 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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: Martin Luther King, Jr. "Confrontations" Planned For 12 Fla. Cities

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.;:An $80.00 robbery at a local '
confectionery by two Jacksonville '

teenagers on and the a part Umlnotedel1beraUoo of the r

Jury which brought a verdict of + :
guilty, resulted in an Individual i

sentence of 15 years for each ,

young man.George .
Dingle Jr.. 1625 East i Li
}9th Street, and John Calvin ; :
Lewis of 1170 East Jennings + f r 4 Pr : 'fH EticD.e
Street received both these 19 sentences years of age recently -, LOW: :j

Criminal Court
Judge A. Lloyd Layton after : h __."", _'--."__'..", ...-.J.--: _..___............... """" _........._
,the Judge denied a motion fora lti ** ***,* ** ** *.

Dingle new trial.Jr's bond was tet at /2 Ashley St. '

$50,000, u was Lewis'. Tallahassee NamedAs Pigeons Roost
The youths were found guilty fun.
of holding up Mr. Gina Freiden, Figures' KilledIn 'In Attic With

manager i of the Handy Store, Point

2050 Phoenix, on October 28, :Car WreckNathan Focal For Children lelowThe
1961, at about 2:10 p.m. It was

then that they removed$80 from 7 Isaiah Blocker School,
lamer, a former New
the register an elementary school has been
Parade On ,
I i Yorker who became ft popular April 8
The state was represented by 'hSYr Rrti figure amonglacksonvllle's" revealed several days ago as
Assistant State Attorney C.O. crowd" a kind of repository for raw
Mitchell, who offered testimony was killed last Tuesday AU America and as the victim ct
over rights sewage
,7r the 1967 lawmakers
Jaguar he particularly
4 car was many,
showing that the men
young lice filth accumulated
the I driving went out of control on groups, leaders religious and leaders, with feelings oi falling ,
were seen running In attic inhabited .
Express 1-95. leaders, educators and Itlzens apprehension.. an by pigeons
confectionery and making good will reflect on the deeds of the According to recent revelations
Another victim of the fatal I One thing is sure. There will
their In a car bearingthe
escape crash Is Johnny Hooks, 28, of lat Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr, be marches tiny children are obliged

Radio tag "Kay"contact. enabled police I 1563 West 29th Street, who was whose death on April 4, 1968, to walk through soured

'to find the car at 16Z5 East 19thStreet TAIPEI, Taiwan Air Force Technical Sergeant Carl L. Macon, graduate of New Stanton pinned under the completely In shock Memphis despair brought and dissidence sorrow, HEW Jidges diseased-ridden side, of the building sewage If on they one
,High School, ,Jacksonville. Is saown above / demolished car with 29-year- ,
a,few minutes after the ? receiving,bis, Insignia of rank from Major to millions Ftoridlans will come In from the North From
General Richard G;Ciccotella, Chief MAAG .In ceremonies in *Wmer., ."; emphasize ,
robbery The two Jobbers were, the latter's office Id Taipei;' magi "+.. recent news that situation was
'tating. tat closet TaIwan. Sergeant Macon Is with the Air Force Section, MUltary.Assistance: .Advisory Group, The two men were killed when memorial meetings, Give. OrdersOn overlooked by schoolauthorl-
services and .
The hideout was revezlzdwben! Republic of China,' (ISAAC). He Is the son of Mrs Alberta Levan, 1978 West 18th, Jacksonville the sports car in which they late shot paradesThe ties or pehaps1 "phased", oat.:
martyr wis down ,
Linda Ellen Quarterman, recorded The officer Is presently tsslgned u the Flight Steward of General Clccolella'a airplane. were riding crashed Into the ,
A State
as he for cbtc kip by'the
u a codefendant,opened Mrs. Janice Macon is smiling approval. Macon, Mrs. Macon, and their two children, reside In guard rail as the driver crossed In a marchfor prepared sanitation participation Schooling Department of Education in 1967
Tien Mou, a suburban community of TaIpei. three lanes at a high rate of
the door for the officers She
workers the Tennessee City School desegregation plans in showed that there was need
speed apparently to
will appear before Judge Layton '- get off at the Monroe attempting Street In the City of Tallahassee, the State of Florida are still for better disposal;

on May 8. exit The Fla., workers plan a"Confron under the hammer TheNAACP Blocker was constructed In
Alleged car dropped 62 feet
Car'iaeKiller's tation" with the legislation,part has objected to the plan of 1917
landing upside down the
. ; Jurists' Order National Leader embankment at the Adams of aprogram commemoration Alacbua County Judge Joseph A 1969 check reveals that
Soap'Pistol'Backfires Street entrance of the death of Dr, King Lleb of the District Court ruled pigeons are there now along

;;L News of the sudden death of Tallahassee has been chosen last week against the Polk with the eager children

Trial' Courts Blames Whites fee popular pair came as a as one of more than twelve County's plans. Health, This school, on Davis Street,
stock to scores 'of friends cities by the Southern Education and Welfare has Is reported to be In a discouraging -

'To Open. Case many of whom gathered from, Christian' Leadership Confer' countered the scheme of Gads- state of repair. The
lei time to time since the accidentto cure as one of the focal pointsfor den County for desegregation roof leaks In the old building
WASHINGTON Cassias For of the alleged carbine reminisce over the timesthey demonstrations between An NAACCP attorney, In Water gets Into the cafetorlum
Clay's case, for sometime, City Slums killers, George Young, armed had since Ramer breezed April 4 and 12. Strong support Tallahassee, strongly opposedthe Tile may ftll Cracks and

under appeal to the United with a phony pistol, Wednesday: into town and hi short order has been received from Alachua County plan for crevices ar seen The ceiling

,States Supreme Court has been Leaders of the JacksonvilleChapter .eradicating the ghettoes morning, made a try for became a man of business and Floridians and from other desegregation because such a is sagging Paint la peeling
placed on tilt docket .for ft re- of the National Association 'Only,last week according to freedom but was coaxed into pleasure. citizens plan if "UDCoosUlutiOllallyImperml..lbl. Puddles of water are seen on
bearing for the Advancement giving up the effort by an alert friends' Several days ago Rev. Ralph .." Attorney the school grounds
-,On Monday, March 24, the of Colored People, a national attendant at the county Jail. out the '67 say Jaguar but was it trying Davit' Abernathy, the late William L. Robinson felt that Money spent for improvementsat

Jurors ruled that trial courts officer, and a retired presidentand Fast and persuasive talking really his Intention to was the president's successor, announced the court should deny a pro- the building totaled 15,338
art obliged to determine If the many supporters, at the on the part of Theodore Jones, buy In Atlanta that these posal to continue the use of 65
new model when It became
'electronic surveillance employed recent somewhat fiery and Jailer, influenced the recent available at the local dealer. demonstrations will stress the falling "freedom-of- The school grounds are said
In the Clay case was certainly thought-provoking robbery and murder suspect to Taken local issues and will form a cholce" plan United States to be small.Blotter.
to Duval Medical Center
'constitutional Cassius, better banquet of the local's Life wait in an tnte-room with his after second part of the p vbllc 1 lied District Judge G. Harold has problems
they were freed from
:known as Muhammad AIL was Membership Dinner last Friday lawyer the wreckage Hamer Poor People's campaign, Carswell heard the plea.' Windows must be propped up.
.;..found guilty of refusing to accept at the Heart of Jacksonville One Young was in the room on arrival at the Among leaders in the program Judge Web said on March 20 Bond Issue funds for Blocker:
hospital and
..,draft induction Into the armed Motor Hotel, made It plain that Jones locked the door. his companion Books died for Tallahassee are Rev. C.K, that the Polk County desegregation totaled $286,548.61. Most of It,

forces Jacksonville may have suffer Jones, according to Information several hours later. Steele, a vice president and an plan Is not up to court went for alterations.
''The decision of the nine Jurors racial troubles before summer. was on his way with Young The death of Hooks voids original founder, and Rev. M. standards. He, therefore, has
,was .brief and to the point. and Look Magazine will perhapsget to the conference room when the charges and an dope In Cox, Rev. Steele Is second in ordered, school officials to New Stnnton
.:According to information, the a few pictures of the Negro Jailed man made a threat about court on 10 counts appearance authority of the SCLC. submit another plan by April

.request stems from the court's housing situation here on the having a pistol and being pre- narcotics Hooks was Involving arrestedlast Mrs Coretta King, returned 21. Representatives of the Sailor Wins.
'decision of March lOconcludlngl Jail end of its awarding Jacksonville pared to use It. September 9 for violationof from a tour abroad the NAACP, namely lawyers, have

that evidence based on Illegaleavesdropping honors u an Young, It Is reported, said the federal Interest of the work of the late until April 30 to file ob jecUoos.Polk .
narcotics act
:: must be turned All-American City he planned to use his attorney, possession of four by of D; King, will be in attendanceJn County authorities apparently ,Top. Honors
;.our to the defense if the Lynwood Lee local president, Richard Riley, as a' hostage grams Jn Tallahassee. Other relatives tried to hide behind A
cocaine. He was later indicted senior at the New Stanton
':.conversation of the defendant pointed out that a special Navy The prisoner, according to many officials will take part smoke screened plan,.
by ,a grand Jury on the counts Senior High School has
'was. overheard or if his own panel was In the city last week Jones, was carrying the impressive mentioned In events ai they evenuate However, It has been revealed declared the first

premises were "bugged", checking on complaints Elvis KAPLAN "pistol" in a book. Funeral services for Hooks Rev Steele said the legislaturewill that seven schools art still of a sales demonstration place winner
t;:The ex-champion expressed of racial discrimination at the Be told Jones to release another will be be confronted in a nonviolent all-Negro It was also brought contest -
,.gratitude for the information installations here. Lee, Black leaders mat with prisoner However,Jones urged to be heldSaturdayatachurch manner out that Judge Lleb's directive Association sponsored by the Florida
announced Informationwas of the Distributive
'Be was at the moment in Lee further pointed out that police and pointed out that the him to go Into the conference not Rev. pox emphasized the Importance on geographic toning was not Education .
available Clubs
Hamer'srites America.
.Denton, Texas He was housing conditions are, In Jacksonville elms rate is Increasing and room with his lawyer and, thus, on of student cooperationand \ followed. The original case was
.scheduled to mate an the worst In the South. will increase unless definite avoid more trouble or Interment., cooperation by the poor filed in 1963 'by parents of Ray Anthony Fowler, Immediate

.:appearance at a Black arts Lee scored the city for"pussyfooting" plans are made toward the alleviation Chief Warden TJ. Heaney people. He said that restrictive several Negro students who past vice president of the

Festival at North Texas State around on ) of local conditions, brought la more guards Young Jnoi Jailed For policies must be opposed He belabored the system for Us organization, was selected from

: University, from which be urban renewal. He said that the He spoke commendably pve up the chase for freedom. said, "We must listen to our tactics Judge Web pointed to trained a group of more than 36-weU-

planned to fly to Philadelphia' local may picket the award Mayor Bat Tanzler and his The pistol was carved from. Seffiifl Nil youth, the present conscienceof the failure of the county to from all high school salesmen
.for a conference with lawyers. banquet for the city next month. efforts,' but said the chief laundry soap tt had been Afire the world, America, Florida follow orders The order was at the sections of the state

,'.Clay was sentenced to serve Klvle Kaplan, national executive is only one person blackened with carbon.from a Albert Pritchard, 21, 1808 and Tallahassee" .Issued! as of October 14, 1581. confab In three-day annual Beach DECA
.> five years In prison In 1967 president ntheNAACPretlredpresident Lee rapped Sheriff Dale Carson I f. Pullman Street, was Jailed The committee has Invited He poUted out the is* _of 13 to 16'Daytona March

,: Clay's appeal was not based of the Colonial for Jobdlscrlmlnatlon 3esly Saturday and charged,with assault student participation freedom-of-cbolc and toning This
,OB wiretapping It was based on Tanning Company of Boston testified before toe gro-v from of metal and used white soap to murder wi cigarette The timetable Includes the In selectedtnd separate areas special release was made

,the contention by Us attorneys delivered ft fiery message and the Navy Department tost week, for fashioning the "pearl lighter.' distribution of tags,' on April_ Judge Lleb ruled the plans advisor by Edward R. Mattson, state

;.that the local draft board bad said that Jacksonville does not He said that whites art given handle..' According to Patrolman R.L. i6! bearing the silhouette of Dr. "Inadequate". and Rodell Roberts-

.no Black member or members really deserve special honors preference at the installations The realistic appearance of Jenkins, Prltchard was pickedup King On Easter morning,April HEW told Gadsden County trustees president of of the the DECA board of
and that he was a'victim of because of discrimination In Job He also mentioned that chargesof the "weapon" might have been after another man suffered 6, memorial services will beheld board officials their plan was Florida la
that the
discrimination because of Ustellefs. allocations here dlscrlmisalloabycon- nor effective, according to third-degree burns A rally at a local church no good and, last Thursday, ,
': President Kaplan-emphasized tractors have been aired authorities, If there had not Fifty-four-year-old Richard will be held the following day. recommended suspension of first-place to trophy was
at the
,SOn August M, 1968, the United that : been presence of mind. Beaney Abrams: 1914 West 9th Street, The Florida Legislature convenes federal aid HEW contended that presented Inn
Jersey BlackMan Banquet at the Desert Tot
:States Justice Department confessed 1. Jacksonville has no Negro ,City praised Jones for prompt the victim, Is In' St. Luke's April 8, Tuesday the board has maintained dual
that the FBI bad listened firemen AspiresTo action. Hospital Leaders have remained ominously system Of 16 schools, 10 art presentation was made by

-to five conversations) between 2. Only one bank teller In Young, along with two other He said that he fell on a can silent is to the specificsof all-Black. latter James Fowler, no relation The
Is presides of the
Clay and aeother person Jacksonville Is Black Top PositionJERSEY men. Is In Jail suspected of of gasoline la the front of a bar the celebrations Rev.Steele Attorney Alice K. Helm Florida

relative to government eavesdropping 8. One or two Negroes are In CITT, N.J. A robberies, sad murders in in the 1900 Block of KingsRoad. said the Aprils march coincides. represented HEW She testified Foundation.DCAScholarshlp
: This Is said to have city government positions. '29-y u-old director of Jacksonville last fall. AD three Abarams said Prltchard and with marches across the that Blacks make up,71 per cent
taken place before Us refusal 4. Few Negroes hold Jobs of Citv's Department of Health Jersey and are said to be members of the and his acquaintances insisted country on the same day Rev of the total school pd aJattCD. Young Fowler has lived intoUs

'to enter the Army. responsibility. Welfare, and acting chairman Nation of Islam on striking the lighter near his D.B. Speed 'JPI'.lsed. that? No white children have been promise made In the Interview -
'.;Clay was surprised u to why' Kaplan excoriated the State ol thBoard of TrastMS Their rampages are said to guollM-soaked clothing anUl there will be no more than t assigned to Black schools with Uriah Porte la Us

the High Court strict at wiretapping. of Florida for having no Blacks Jersey City State'College has have brought about the deaths It caught fire. memorial service. Faculty assigomeat Is article "Tooth in DECA Alms
as State Trooper Abrams oaDd'. director 0. discriminatory She recommended At Success," which appeared
announced his) for of William 1. Japour, Daylight will, be4orp1Wye( Upward
Kaplan said the whites have L for find discontinuance.Gadsden la the May I, 1968 edition of
the office of mayor.endimcy. Be is (be Grocery supervJeor, George several wee a.KNQWLEDGE Stone from his office at AMU,
--- .been responsible for the officials offered a local dally
only Black the four Johnson, guard for the chain. simply mentioned plans but gave
among men
:. .KNOWLEDGE... >B POWER creationoytheghettoesT (re- announcing Be, is challenging and of Joan R. Armstrong ..........., no further Information.At press soaped down ofdesegregation Footer Is currently servmg
: -eask fore, be averred' the whitershaald '' HEW remained'adimant
,; the powerful "Boss Rape', over and operator of an Ice B POWER Urn the secretive nature of u president of the Rodell F.Roberts .
,, be. betf,responsible! for marhfiM ..cream hare. -.--... the plans teems to hare left :' In requesting the. Chapter of DECA.Library .
pairing of schools

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing! Company FINGERS THAT AGAIN PULL ALL THE THE II By Whitney Young, Jr.

MEMBER TO JUSTICE? HRNART/NWTNERKU4 + Re o baa The led to many new proposal
a 7 to "make the streets safe.
J one that's catching on fastestU
e detention of:
f fI for preventive
NEGRO p TIONAL I hardcore" criminals.The .
Idea Is to cut down on A
r t crimes committed while a man
to out on ball. Instead of releasing -

ERIC 0: SIMPSOLJANACINt EDITOR an accused would person decide on
ball, the Judge
whether he is likely to commit
.. another crime. If to, ban will
be denied\ and the accused will I Ite
HAILING AOORESS jailed until his trial comes

2323 MONCRIEF ROAD ,up.This. seems reasonable to many people, but the proposal U

actually quite a dangerous one.
( for example, to the time-honored concept that t
P.O.. BOX 5SJ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 nuTls Innocent until proven guilty? That doctrine assumes that
an accused person will be given his liberty until a Jury of hispeers
PRONE 354-8712 finds him Innocent or guilty of the charges:
trial can't assist In preparing his
T; A man behind bars awaiting

MIAMI OFFICE 5011 .... 7th AYE. own this defense A man, either.was charged A recent with case manslaughter in New York arising demonstrates nosier

bar-room brawl. Freed on ball,be attached a small tape
PHONE 751-3179 TIE TRL- to his body and went to a poolroom where he confronted the real

SUBSCRIPTION HATE killer.You killed that fellow, didn't your he said. The other man

One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Mailed To You said "Yes but I'm not going to admit It to anyone; you're going
to bu the rap." But it was all down on tape, and the! Innocent
Anywhere In "l'e' United States
IIIIn wu freed.Admittedly .
Subscription Payable in Advance this is a rare case, but the principle holds. that

To FLORIDA STARED.: BOX 590!; I man was placed In Jail until his trial, he surely would have been
,Send Check Or Money Order : I commit.
found guilty of a crime he didn't
hardened criminals who are a threat to the community
JACKSONVILLE} FLORIDA 32201 "f"" "; There are
and who commit crimes while they are awaiting trial

Of Jfstice'MMMIJMlBrillrMMMMMUMM for other crimes But no one knows how many, what percentageof
'Mockery crimes are committed by such people,or how to spot potential

Deval School WarningThe repeaters. Until we get the answers to these questions, preventive
t............... ............ .MtMM.anti I I detention seems a hastily contrived measure directed more at

Duval County School system has been strongly advised on calming people's fears than at seeing Justice done.
bow desegregation should proceed In the Immediate future. The decision as to whether to "Jail or ball" would be up the
Duval Board of Education Is under a United States District !I YOUR WEEKLY I Judge alone. Guidelines have been proposed, but we all know that
,Court order to desegregate the schools and acuities. The court administrative guidelines will vary from courtroom to
charged that the board, former Superintendent Ish Brant and his courtroom. Judges will be asked not to determine sentencesor
staff were "either Incapable or unwilling to undertake full legal procedures-something they are equipped to dobutto
and meaningful compliance with either the strict-hlnor or the predict whether a given person might commit a,crime lathe

broad objectives of the provisions of the January 24,1967 order." i future.I .
It has recommended that Duval School Board seek the assistance HOROSCOPE GUIDE I can't make such a prediction about another human being;
ci the Florida School Desegregation Consulting Center to neither can you. No one can. Until we get some hard evidence
accomplish desegregation. = about the accuracy of such predictions we should be very
Apparently the Board has been negligent In carrying out Its : careful about granting such power to criminal court Judges
responsibilities outlined by the Center's report. Action seems to PABLO The In some courtrooms, a. Black face is enough to convince
be at a standstill with few of the recommendations to the Board, : Judge of future criminal activity. We've bad too much experience
being executed with speed and dispatch. with racism in courtrooms to open yet another area where Black
We hope that Duval County will not follow the paths outlined people can be prosecuted.
by some other southern counties In the desegregation process. g Preventive detention would be a dangerous concept even it
Many counties are phasing out formerly Negro schools, buildingnew I I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Justice were swift. But tt isn't. In some cities it takes up to two

. schools In predominantly white n.lghborhoodaanduslgnlne I t i. years for a criminal case to come to trial. That means a man
white principals and staffs to the new schools transferring I can be charged with a crime, placed in preventive detention
Black students to these new schools and discontinuing the j E FOR instead of being released on ball, and, after spending two yearsin
teaching contracts of Black Instructors.It Jail, be found innocent.
appears to be a subtle conspiracy to get rid of as many Black : Before we play around with such dangerous precedents the
teachers as possible. This conspiracy has been best describedby I administration of Justice should be Improved. If criminal cases

C. Blytbe Andrews,. St., from time to time In the Florida I. a '" ,.rttwr .JUSINESS-LOYE-TRAYEL l ? lu : were brought to trial within a month or so of the indictment,
''SlbttllellJ3al1etllli' However, Black citizens seem tobeadnchalant 1 I..!. :: yr .1lJUDHrlI'Jtt T JI 1. K ratiU' f.;possible, repeaters wouldn't be on the loose for long enough to'
about the whole matter' u: 1 .... ....... .a.. ., ., itbirigti9li.. ... ............llitrri lMIES (INd!)>, IIIJ ",damageand.JuRtifiej: ?wpul, Mpg 14errree vf thoeri'adding]!
Whatever utilized in the themaimed. 'j '!I ) II; '"'. .1.\1'11 '"- '- to \r
plan}! ," Js desegregation process, ,threats everyone's liberty ; .I, "
' They WIth mostly Black students shouldseeggr be dis : > CAPRICORN "- That means more courts more j Judgea/baor. Investigators,
should be expanded) upgraded egateed, CANCER and, above all, more money. But it's the democratic way to

and teacher there training should and be up-grading.set in motion a dynamic plan for in-service BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. TORN BEC.22H ;protect rights as well as property.

The Board can take many so-called poor teachers and make 2Kb, APRIL 19th hid JULY 22i. 23ft1 OCT. 23rl 13th
excellent instructors out of them. Every teacher who la willing IAN.

to attend in-service programs to Improve himself should be Hope lives on. No matter what It's a family matter. Whetherit's It's the aura. If one resides Chance leads the way. Fate The College Student Speaks

given the chance. the year Just passed may have a question of moving into a a cheerful and sunny borne works In mysterious ways, or
Just because a teacher is white does not make her a better brought Into the lives of peoplesand new home, raising the money where all Its occupants areas so it often appears. Capricorn- tt seems to me:
teacher than a Black one There are many examples of poor nations it is a common for It, or rearranging things happy as larks, this Is near tens who have learned to relyon That there is no one 'South'-e.ny more than there Is one
white teachers. Then let the School Board devise ways and meansto blessing to be able to hope that where you now reside it is not to absolute bliss.absolutely their inner feelings are not "North," "East," or "West."
evaluate the work of all teachers fairly and with a keen sense the new one will be different.It's likely to be a one-person pro- essential for the Llbran who apt to think tt all strange to I A recent column of mine, defending the recently Improvedrace
of justice. about the same principle ject. This could be a subject may otherwise t e nd to be mo- sense that happier trends and relations some Southernareas was sardoo1cal1yheadllned
Many Black principals are being relieved of their Jobs and moved that unerringly brings fair of conversation making every rose or depressed. This Is one more favorable developments, by one newspaper: "Why Do We Leave the South When We Are
to the school headquarters where they bold "figure-head positions. weather after foul. This point one concerned as happy as can of the objectives that should be related to health, occupationaland So 'Well Off Down There?" .
.' The former school principal becomes a sort of showcase of view has generally been justi- be. Before rushing headlong won and held this year for! the social Interests should The column did not say Black people are "well off' In the
to cover up the bias of the school officials fied by past events, personal into anything, obtain estimates! sake of those who are near and favor them. But problems that South. Just the opposite. The Negro's "bad place" In the South
Meanwhile, let us push for a fair desegregation plan for the as well as historical. tt shout and do all the research work \dear as well as for oneself. still tend to confuse or and the phony familiarity between the races were condemned.'
schools In the country .be strongly reinforced by the that generally Is recommendedIn The affection one has for those discourage will have tobefaced'and But the column Implicitly spoke of "the South" as if it were all
statements of the various fore such cases. The fees paidto dearest to the heart sometimes solved so as to be absolutely the same. And that's a stereotype.Race .
Black Brother In Viet Nan casters that are revealed in experts may turn out to be tempts one to lavish so much free to plan and act as circumstances relations In Atlanta and Houston,where there is some
My print around this time. much less expensive than correcting in the way of money, gifts and dictate. Excellent opportunities measure of Integration and economic opportunity for 'Black
By MARION KANCET Fr9m"your: own knowledge and lubsequent milt ak.. other attentions on them, as toIpol1 for gains prestige people are not the same as race relations on a tenant farm In
experience, there shouldbe that come from lack of knowledge them completely for and finances are Indicated. Alabama. The South Is not one of a piece; nor is'U uniformly

Why have our Black boys become so discouraged and distraught little reason to be doubtful or' information. everybody else as well as for 2-99-55-14-76-800 bettering conditions for its Black citizens.: Like people everyi
'after having served some time In Viet Nam? They should be or. pessimistic 7-70.19-33.68-87f1 themselves In the da,.to come. where, there are good and bad among Southerners both Black.
, proud to tight for their country and for democracy. Country for 1-,40-.13-77-32. -,7ttTAIRIS 7-30-66-13-78-698 and white. '
whom? The white want) Democracy for whom? The white mart That Blacks and whites need to respect and understand each
"What country and what democracy?* my Black brother asks AQIARIIS other more-and to vilify one another less.
Though they die over there on foreign land and they are wounded SCORPIO One of the biggest obstacles to Improving better understanding
there the white man here repeatedly says be does not belong. LEO BORN JAN. Is the "bogeyman" image of Negroes many whites ban had.
Where does he belong? He was born here, Just as the white URN APRIL LOIN OCT. Some whites still believe that Black people have tails. Even
man. His ancestors came here, Just as did the white man's, BORN JULY 21th FEB. 11th worse, many whites continue to be afflicted by the notion that
although his migration forced but not white Blacks are subhuman and Inherently like to be
was the end
so man. 21th MAY 20tl 24th NOV. 22i There's' perverse-
Let others catch .
23rd '- AN. llii up. that way Some Black
My Black brother goes over therewith determinatlonand hope people return the favor by ascribing
hope to end the futile war hope to find peace and hope to find Fix the pattern. What nicer such a thing u going too fast innately "devflUh' qualities, to' white, who in turn, wonder
It's Each It'. the It's Leos who
race. year a pleasure. are 'and leaving the rest of the where
his own identity. way Is there than to be la the Negroes could get such an Idea
He has determination to help where be can, which means to same. What Is past Is pushing working alongside coworkers company of likeable people? world lagglngbehlnd. Not. Both groups need to put away their derogations of each otter
Into oblivion and all who to boot
away we are gay company have
fight and sometimes He It really does not matter everyone may your right away, before it becomes hi
die has determination to give his best, "Black and white together"
have to gird for the ever- may be enjoying the day like of able to
gift being
for be believes all I whether they are friends present the grave. Blacks hare the
a cause men are entitled to, freedom Be duty to avoid committing the very
for .! But there could
continuing struggle .
recognition everybody ,se contact the Higher Forces at
feels that over there, be can be equal, he can feel like a man, neighbors or kinsfolk as long (injustices blamed on whites who have the responsibility both
or supremacy:: as the be a domestic or public relations -
will and to foresee what most
but not after there be as everybody Is hiving a good ) of helping offset the effects
long being finds that racism andblgotrv of: racist oppression and of respecting -
be. Taureans la in
case may are problem building up people will not learn about fora
have followed him Us his time: A rather complicated Black people's! desire
his to
commanding officer sergeant, move In the direction of their
to their which make
a good position use the background may long time to come. Whatever
captain and his matter may baffle you but not .own choosing.
perhaps even platoon leader,with whom he fights
along side every day. previous learning and experience its formal appearance: It could long especially when you special knowledge yon possessshould This"doe*aoPmeu that violence and I
to advantage while they be a ticklish matter that In to the tyranny
be reinforcement
Can brotherthenDayou permit intuition to provide the new-fangled Black racism
to Black
you :happens my are tote
solved even
are carving their way to the some Instances, may be of the
know what this does to his mental condition and to hisphysical necessary solution. Be more : Joint of But it doel mean that Btock taM ttt am.light II anyoneuelse
top. And although there with the aid of If no! '
maybe money. ,
personal economy as soon as
in to chart their
the prudent side connection -
stamina? They deteriorate! He becomes a mass of on own destinies. and the
same obligation u anyone
some sliding back don't take you may bave to worry over it business can be transacted
else to
with communications or respect other
complexities. He his and he
gives hope disregards people's
up rights.
it a that will not while until there Is otter
his determination. as sign you a no when in the streets. There is a again. Go to the one who really That kindness the most
make It when the time comes. way than to have recourse to wields ratter than who is on earth. ,
One tendency for things to be exaggerated Just Trying to beat flown
might say, "He should be a bigger man than his petty others' opinions In
only hung up
Place your key and loving association professional counsel.t la gets us
front for order
officers", but how can anybody expect this of him when he Is at the head of the list .. to the point where a authority their hangups. Trying to vanquish oar enemies only mike, them
constantly& seeing his brother die for a cause which does notexist 4055 18 48-767 they'.no longer are credible. to -achieve what yon are after ,all the more menacing. And besides, belligerence distracts a
for him In his "own" country? Yes, it Is easy and safe for 1'-70--11-21-85 4-20-88-15-5.J23 from "doing our own thing" and fills us with self-destructive
the white man to sit over here and say, "What can ( do?" and it hat.The
Is easy for us Black people to say "It 11 a damn shame vim way to strengthen ourselves Is to love what we &.-and
My brother needs more than your questions and be needs more SUITT AlliS PISCES to show kindness to the people associated with as In our en-

than our pity. I urge all Black people, everywhere, to encourage URN MAY URN Alfi. IORN d.uor. Kindness smashes barriers between people i. It enables
their son, brother sweetheart, friend and even Just mere I'. BIIN FEB. .everyone to do better work ADd It 11 a group's only sure':
acquaintances, to write back borne and let us know what !. really 21st DINE 21st 23rd .SEPT. 22H protection from Its enemies
23 IEC.
happening to them over there. 19th MAR. 20tl That "patrlob" uuaIIJ weaken tilt ease for patriotism by
Sure we have beard of few but n', mono The hab'lt of Yon have an edge. Witt favorable Identifying it with
a cases, It takes more than a your Sentiment has Its say.We often militarism and callousness to the nation's
few cases to start the "ball rolling".We are willing to give our taking Inventory should be extended circumstances or opportunities cling to things of the past because It may be soon. A family get- social needs-just dissenters often undermine their cause
energy and strength to help him. All we want Is for the Brother Into private lives as outnumberlngproblems of their sentimental together is not only a good way by' Hating tt to a ritualistic hatred of and parental
to "keep the Faith", above alL protect himself and come hometo well as In the business world., better than two to one, there rather than material value. to start the new year,but it may figures.We authority
help those be left over there! This enables one to know where should .be no hesitancy. about Many who have suffered greatly pave the) way for closer understandings need a pstrlutlsm that combines loyalty to 011I" countrf
one stands and furnishes clue going ahead and getting things have thus come recognise e daring its passage. with loyalty to Its Meals and values ADd we also Deed a progressivism -
as to where policies should be done. Things art somewhat true meaning of compassionand Allow for the possibility of that COlllbJnes a desire to Improve the cWJeuJ'
This Week I. Negro History changed or modified. Afttr muddled, but they shouldn't stay deeper understanding. This friends calling person to- social conditions with a respect for the Institutions omciall
March Z8 17N New York that, it U time to sign off and that way long for the Vlrgoans may be Invaluable aspiring convey their best wishes The' needed to do the job,
slavery,the state.: legislature passed. law abolishing turn full attention to the Job, who make full use of: their as well u established writers less money bays the less one' tie IutAIId, we only lit patrct1am! played d against dissent,
well-being and tilt business of: J stimulated mental par,ers. The who now feel the urge to pot mast spend, or the more CM. right pitted ap1ut the left, the "old" tile "nev "
living. There axe some Geml- urge to create Is also being fired their experleacesdownon should earn. This, of: CCIIII'H,1s aplast ''r1&bt.., "matter" ap1.ct '
March 28 1170 "
The 15th ap1ut
: Amendment to the Constitution, mans whose talemts have'. and It should not be dampened Success stories too are easier said man done. It's going Enough d this ln-tightii. m "ap1rit,
paper. lie
giving freed men the to place we Deed regard
right vote, was ratified in Congress.klatch more
to take considerable for both
reached the point where they by personal doubts anymore of public Interest and may be worryingover oar nation's Institutions and U. respect
may be used for the benefit or than by the cynicism of certain tackled with the aid of: a capable before a satisfactory solution for both the diaclpnnag and Ideals more
29 1111 lthesting flmcdOl1l and'JIIqIIt
Ya :. Birth of: singer Pearl Bailey la Newport Mews, diversion of: the public at large.6IO.N13.39967' acquaintances. colla oratar. can bejognd! ,. IIImt for aU human befngsbej u physical creatures ci society and, II

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I Ii[Primitive Baptist Ministers Deacons And Laymen Close Meeting Sunday I I'I

'I Campaigners In Mammoth "Crusade For Christ" Prominent Laymen. And Women

[ CHURCH NEWS I : : Participate In Big MeetingThe I

MT. SALEM BAPTIST Ministers, Deacons' and ship Trio will sing. Deacon
District No. 5 will have charge of cervices Sunday moraine. I .Laymen's Fifth Sunday Union Mathews and Deacon Namon
Deacon Ode Wilbert li the leader. At 5 p.m District No. 5 will of the Primitive Baptist Anderson will bring historical
celebrate the eleventh anniversary. On Monday night Choir No. Churches of the Jacksonville echoes from the Fifth Sunday
3 rehearse. On Tuesday night the trustee board will meet. On District are now In session at Sinking Fund Mrs.Vlcey James
Wednesday a Joint choir rehearsal will be held The conferenceIs I the Friendship Primitive will make the annual report
Thursday night. Mrs. C. Sampson U reporter. Her. W.Q. I Baptist Church, First and Financial reports will be final
Rogers Is pastor.COLOSSIANS I Pearce, with Rev. H. Robinson ised by Mrs McPherson and- ,.
as pastor. Deacon Anderson.
BAPTISTS The union will close on On the opening night a panel
School begins at 9.30 a.m with the superintendent and March 30. discussion featured the duty 01
teachers in charge The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Toe The theme for the session has the deacon, the deaconess and
evelng worship begins at 7.30 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, been "Marching To Zion! The the church member. Participants -
will deliver both sermons Choir No. 1, Choir No. Z and Usher aim of the mammoth meeting were Deacon Namon

Board No I, will serve throughout the day. The Singing Angels is "Life' As We Climb Anderson, Mrs Sawaaee
will give a program on April 8, at 8 pm. In the church, for the 'U fiw On Friday, March 28, at 7.45p : Wilson, Deacon B. Gee, Mrs.
,benefit of Dual Day The program IsspOllsored b, Mrs. Crawford .m a panel discussion will Ellen Jones, Mrs. Prlscilla
Choir No 1 will rehearse Tuesday at 6 p m Choir No. I will be featured. All ladles will be Girlie, Deacon R. Rosier and
rehearse Friday at 4:30 p.m. Prayer serviceswill begin Tuesdayat In white. The Ml. Olive female Mrs. Lucille Johnson. Rev.
7:30 pm. The church Is located at 1154 West 31st Street Gospel' Chores will'.ing. David Richardson delivered the

"Christians, Hold Your sermon. Ushers were from Mt. :
MACEDONIA BAPTIST Lights," will be the panel topic. Olive and Mt. Slnal.
The board of deacons and Deaconess Board No. 1 and No. t will Participants will be Beatrice What Is Your Chub

celebrate their anniversaries Jointly, beginning at 3 p.m Music Davis, Sylvia Dixon Alias Ordinance? was the theme of
will be furnished by Choir No. 2 and No 3. Other services will Vance, Deacons Joseph McPherson the panel Thursday nfent. Par-
Include the Sunday School at ISO a.m. with Superintendent E. Mathes and Phillip ticipants were Mrs Edna
Singleton and teachers In charge. The lesson will be reviewed Alback, as well as Deacon W. Thomas, Mrs. Willie M. Jones
by Rev. Burgess pastor. Consecration services will begin at Jones Ushers will represent Will Ashley, Mrs. Rosa Ashleyand
10:45: a m with the pastor In charge.The devotional period begins Macedonia and Mt. Olive. Mrs Nellie Leltner.
at 11 a.m with the choirs, deacons and members charge. Mrs Mary Robinson will lead Deacon Eugene Mathews led
Music will be furnished by Choir No. 2 and No. 4, with Wallace the memorial service Rev. J. the Bible exposition. The Mt.
Mimi and James Kitchen at the instruments. Usher Board No. ad M. Dixon will deliver the ed- Olive Male Chorus sang:
2 will serre. Rev. Burgess will deliver the message. The BYPU acatlOllllsermOll. Ushers were from Pleasant
begins at 5:30 p.m. with Mrs M.L. Polite in charge. The special The Introduction of visitors Grove Macedonia and Friend
feature will be given by Miss Sharon Bowman. At ISO: p.m a' will be handled by an officer ship. Rev E. Rollins gave the
mammoth musical program will be presented featuring Choirs xw Sunday School will open at summary.The .
No. 1, 2, 3, as well as 4, with Mrs Hattie Bess, James Kitchen ISO: a.m. Deacon William next Union meeting will
and Wallace Mlms as musicians. Solos, duets and special Hunter will preside. The Sunday be at Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist
selections will be given by each choir. Rev Burgess will also School contest will be a feature. Church from June 25 to
sing On Monday at 7 p.m. a bus will take members from the --'- Mrs. A.M. Frasier will be the 29. The East Florida District

,church to the First Baptist Church at Jacksonville Beach. Rev. Shown above are members of the African Methodist Episcopal 'Midway AME, Van Buren and'FUtb;'Frlday, Grant Memorial .lesson reviewer. Mrs Trellis Sunday School Convention will
H.H. Wright, pastor will give service. On Tuesday night at 7.30 Ministers Alliance with the Right Rev, G.N. Collins, seated AME, Clay and Orange and Saturday, New Bethel AME, 1213 Murray will serve as financial. ,be held June 11 (to 15.
p.m, the weekly prayer meeting and Bible study will be held. On fifth from the left on the front,who will launch out on a mammoth Tyler. The evening services will be held at St. Stephen's AME secretary. Dinner will be served Sundayat
Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Choir No, land Choir No 3 will meet "Crusade-for-Chrlsf campaign beginning Monday, March 31, Fifth and Davis, each night beginning at 7.30 p.m. Baptismal The morning worship will 2.30pm.
for rehearsal. On Thursday at noon the Missionary Society will and ending Sunday, April 6, A dinner for the crusade workers services will be conducted at St. Stephen's AME at 3 p.m. Dr. begin at 11:10 a.m. Ushers will Officers of the parent body
conduct prayer services. The monthly: conference will be at will be. held at On St Paul AME Church Sunday evening, March, 1.1. Reddfck will deliver the sermon. Rev. R.V. Webster and represent Mt. Olive and Mt. are. Rev. R.H Robinson,
I p.m. Thursday. Business of importance to members will be 30, at 7.30 p.m Noonday services will be conducted for one hour Rev. Willie Young will be preachers for the e"DlnI.enices. Sinai Deacons will represent! president; Rev. E. Rollins, vice
discussed On Friday night Choirs No. 2 and No. 4 rehearse.The at each of the following churches:Monday,Mt.Zion AME, Beaver at St.: Stephen's. On Friday, AprlT at Grant Memorial AMEJ 'Mt. Olive, Macedonia and president; Deacon Anderson,
church Is located at 3333 Franklin Street. Mrs. Bessie and Newnan; Tuesday, St. Paul AME, Thirteenth and Myrtle; services will be conducted from 1 to 3 p.m. Various ministers Friendship. secretary; Deacon McPherson,
Men hint Is reporter.TABERNACLE of the Highlights of the East Florida treasurer Deacon W. Hunter
Wednesday Mt. Olive AME, Franklin and Pippin; Thursday, e.rence.wWdeUver_ the messages, ; ,
District Convention will be Sunday School Superintendent;
BAPTIST given bjr Mrs Alback.Rev.Earl Deacon Mathews, Bible Expositor -

Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. Superintendent Resale Solomon will * ** ** ** Sunday Tea Is * * * Collins will theScrip'tures: ; Mrs. Frasier, program
'be In charge. The lesson will bereviewedby Miss Vivian Young Ministers Wives Echoes from.'tbt state chairman; Mrs L. Anderson,
The morning service opens at 11 a.m Rev. W.E. Young, pastor Palm Sunday Held convention will be given by Mrs. Sinking Fund Treasurer.
.. will speak. All adult choirs, the senior male chorus and Usher With Announced J.C.. Phillips Court E.F. Alback and Rev. J.M. Officers of the Women's
Board No. 1 wW serve. Easter practice Tuesday at Wednesday Will Meet By Dixon Rev H. Robinson, president Auxiliary are: Mrs. Mary
at 4:30 p.m. Prayer meeting will be at 7.30: p.m. The coronation At Mt. Zion AME Holds Annual Palm will make remarks. Robinson, president; Mrs.
of all districts will end on Sunday, April 27. Mrs. Bruce The afternoon service will Esther McPherson secretary;

Palm Sunday services will be Ruth HouseholdA feature the Junior choirs and ,Mrs. Trellis Murray, Sunday
PEACE MISSIONARY observed at Mt. Zion AME The April meeting of the AME Sunday Services ushers. The Friendship Junior School secretary; Mrs. Hannah
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent Gertrude Ministers Wives will be April Choir will sing The Sheffield Houston treasurer; Mrs. E.
the Southslde and
Church Hope Charity"Tea
". Barnes In charge.: Teachers and staff will assist. The morning 2 at the home of Mrs. Gloria J.C. Phillips Court No. 104 Trio will present numbers.The Reaves, Financial Committee.
'I' Rev. J.C. Eannerman will be sponsored by the
'service opens at 11 a.m., the evening service at 5.30: p.m, Both Sunday. Bruce, wife of Rev. of the Heroines of Jericho will Deaconess solo contest will be Deacon R. Brook Is general
major sermons will be delivered by the pastor.The consecration !.IJIH9r...r..1r/ i'./Mc 1A u1 e+,,",*6t Ht.'tnivnilJE CburchrThe' Household of Ruth, No. 39M. observe Palm Sunday with the ,an Important feature. Pardon,' reporter.. ...- >. .. '
30 from 4 to ..
Sunday .. .
of all choirs and ushers will take place in the Prayer Room, with meeting will be at Ml Franklin Tabernacle Baptist Church, pants from aU churches will
,the associate minister or with the deacons In charge. Prayer Alice Ivrroifh Street at 5.30 p.m. Home I p.m at the Brooks Prayer Re+. W.E. Young,,,pastor,March take part. Judges will be Mrs..
meeting Is held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The Bible study will be at decorator services will be House This annual 1406 Tyler affair Street has beenso SO at i: a m G.F. Best,Mrs Suwanne Wilson I HELP FIGHT CANCER.: I

7 p.m. Rev.: Barnes will Instruct The Easter rehearsal will be Anneal Musical featured by Miss Pat Morris, to Include Matron Rosa L. Johnson requests and Deacon Harvy. The Friend.-;
planned as manyof
Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. All children are asked to be decorator consultant. Members all members to be
the leaders In church and
present for practice. Mrs. Rosa Bell Barrow and Mrs. Barnes Interested in attending the Ice present at 10:45 a.m. Friends sjfISANDERS
At Mt. Sinai and honorary members are
be In their
will charge. Follies are to bring .,
Mrs. LUUe Williams, is presided. Mrs. Trecia Wlngard will be FARM

EMAiiVEL BAPfW'r mistress of ceremonies. Mrs.: Ministers And .'
is observed this week with
The mass district anniversary being
R.V. Webster pianist, will lead
Rev. Levi Green of the Central Baptist Church in charge of the In the singing of "My Faith
St. Stephen Deacons Union Is PECIAIIZIN6 IN
services. Sunday School begins at ISO a.m. with the youth In Looks Up To 'l1Iee."lIrs.Mary f
charge TIle lessUil wW be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration Lord will give the invocation.Mrs. t SANDERS FRIED CHICKEN
j takes place at 10:50 a,m. The morning worshlpbeglns! at 11 a.m. Missionary Society Wardell Mathews will read Holding Confab BAR-B-4UE N'
with the Junior deacons In charge. Preaching begins at 12 noon.
the Scriptures.Mrs. .
The Ministers and Deacons P..1VATE PARTIES
The Holy Communion will be administered In the morning. BTU 1 Lists Musical Brills Stephens will Union the Duval County Sunday
begins at 5 with Deacon James Phillips In charge. The
p.m. address N NOF
the later
bring School and the BYPU Convention -, Nil
The chour will be that
evelng worship begins at ISO: p.m. serving
The Senior Missionary Society with Mrs. Ablate Shehee responding. the Women's Auxiliaryand
Juniors the Children's Cbolr. Usher Board No. 4 and Junior t NN
Loretta Rollins of St. Stephen AME Church will A solo will be given the auxiliaries of the East
Board will serve. Mrs. S.L. Badger and Miss
present Mrs Woodrow: Cain by Mrs. Elnora McBride and Bethany Associations are MR. CLAYTON EVANS
will. be In charge of music Rev S.L.; Badger Is pastor. Thechurch !) Richardson ,
and Mrs. Daisy Wallace in Rev. Frederick meeting with Antioch Baptist
Is located at 2221 Forst Street. Hymn Time on Sunday March assistant pastor\ of Grant Church, Rev J.J.Jones,pas tor,' OPEN 24 HOURS M

Deaconess 30, at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Helen Memorial AME Church, will the lastsaybeingSundayMarch, l" CLAYTON EVANS? BEGINNING APRIL 1 N
Mrs. HaulMalnlngs Pelhatn will be the accompanist. deliver the keynote address.. 30. Sunday School meets at '
S 714-4387 5531 An. I ;
Neal Bland will be the guest Rev Richardson will be introduced 9.30 a.m. Mrs. Rosa Patterson

Crowned Union Plans and will be beard in several' by Johnnie' Myers.A la reporter UNNINNNINNINNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNNNN U'
numbers. trio from Mt. Morlah's .
MeetingThe ..ALICE BUHROUGH Mrs Blanch Williams is senior choir will sing, with

Miss M t. ZionMrs. Mrs. Alice Burrough will' be. president. Rev. R. Webster is Mrs. Debris Johnson u accompanist -

'Hazel Mannings of Old Citywide Deaconess' presented In an Annual MusiCal, pastor! ,'Mrs Ethel Bracy CAMPUS TOWERSA
will meet April) Recital March' will give a reading. Mrs.
St. Augustine Road was crowned Union! Thursday' Sunday evening, the citywilspeciiall guests.
."Miss Mt Zion" at the culmination 10, at the Mt. Vernon !Baptist 30 at 6 p.m. In the Mt. Slnal' Beverly Smith Williams will
of the Women's Day Church", 1462 Prince Street. Baptist Church Mrs, Jennie V. Crockett IB sing. The three words of tie
effort at Mt. Zion AME,South- Rev. McCall Is pastor. Mrs Sponsoring auxiliaries are' sponsor. them will be discussed Home For Senior Citizens 62 Years Or Over
.side. Rev. J.C.. Bannerman, Edna Gordon is president.Mrs. District No. 9 O.B. Sharpe, Both artists are members of respectively, by Mrs R.M.
Ella Robinson is reporter,. leader; District t l No. 8, U. the church. Mr. Carn and Mrs. Johnson, Mrs George E. Rich

pastor.Mrs. Mannings' report topped Drayton, leader; District No. Wallace are cbolr soloists- and Mrs. Rosa D. Young. KINGS ROAD NEAR EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE
those of seven other contestants Guest 11, H. Carter leader; District Mrs. Wallace is president of The winner of the tea will be ,
and helped to swell the totalsreceived SpeakerREV No 12, John Clark, leader; the United Choirs of the church crowned by Miss Polly Brooks.
for the day. Mrs District No. IS, ".H. Jones, The church is located at Fifth Mrs Janle Epperson will giveexpressions
Audrey Brown wax general leader and District No. 14, E. and Davis Streets. of thanks. _
chairman. Mrs Edith Brown J y J. Blackmon, leader.
was co-chairman. Both Palm Rev B.J. Lane is pastor. I Modern
Sunday and Easter sunrise Accompanying Mrs. Burroughwill ,
services will be observed with be her daughter, Mrs. : DR. 'BOLDEN ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMS
the combined choirs providing Roslyn B. Henry, who will be 'Homelike Facilities
music throughout the Easter heard also as a featured soloist. ,. AT THE COLLEGE FOR FALL SEMESTER,
Mrs. Annie B.Malnor 1JdMr.

Sunday. ,Catherine Sykes will preside at I .:''Conveniently. Located
the Instruments. The combined
: Christ choirs of the church will render
music for the opening and will Efficiency Apartments And

: leaven Youth' I the reader soloist background music for BUSINESS ADMQJETRATION < 4

,Wilt'Obsene Event Joining Mrs. Borrough for a 1 1-Bedroom Apartments
request number will be Mrs:
'., The youth: department of the Edith Jones, and Mrs.Ruby F. ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
'Church of Christ Written In Herndon. COURSE U h
''Heaven win observe Its first Mrs. Helen M. Lawrence will Reasonable Rates Utilities Inclined I i
Youth Fifth Sunday Union on be narrator; Ushers will be
March 30, beginning with the ,R.W W OSICk, Miss Doretha WUcox, Mrs. MANAGEMENT 4 '

.;morning worship .The annual Palm Sunday program Cornelia Oree, Miss Delma FOR SMALL BtEINESSESiNltOLL FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT
Choir and the
II The Youth Swam, Mrs. Nora Anderson,
given by the Choirs No.I .
I Ushers under the supervision 2 and I of Ebeneser United A. Davis, Mr. McBride, L. TODAY
Deacon Lang C. Franklin WUcox and Robert ,
of Simpklns
twit Nathaniel Huff u musical March Methodist 30,Churcb at 7:30:win p beSIIDIIa m. Rev., escort. "'*Job Placement for Graduates. Admissions Committee 1658 Kings Rd. Jacksonville, Fla.

director aa d Willie Ray as Rudolph w.IIctlalehfBettel Representatives Courses Taught by State Certified Teachers

choral director will be In Baptist Church will be the guest Bethune-Cookmaa College Religious Resident Program For Fulltime Students I

>,service all day.RevTA.J. speaker. Music for the occasion Life Committee willalso **otne Study Conference Program for Students Who Cannot, PHONE 353-4261
Hughes 01St. John'sBaptist be '
wlU be furnished by the William Attend Regular Classes
win speak la
Church Invitation Is extended to
Rates Chorus the 14ward'Wafer. '
'the morning.All members of the the many friends of participating Apjlicitiii" lutliii '
College Choir and by Aifist 1 1), ISIS lATUS'ClUUE
church are asked to pay their the Daraell-Cookman Chorus.' churches: Jacksonville, EIIUI ,
Union dues. Contact Miss If.' A. E. Wh1U Rec\l ar10LDEN'S
regular flfthjmday Willie X. Elliot U soloist..'' where it has been the privilege e1da "
'AlI young people are Invited. 'of Mrs. Borrough to appear.. : SENIII CITIZENS HUE INC. '
'Mrs Williams la yoith BUFFALO HERDS The church: located at 1351))! COLLEGE OF MUSIC
president Elder Thomas Brown In all of the U. S. and Lee Street TbeIrOlfUlbeciDlj j .
Spusirit All
If Th Cluck Fliriti'
Is pastor. Mrs. Rotena Mid- Canada, only 7.000 buffalo an promptly at I pqr )K8W.Mth STRUT : It
Oetoa is reporter. left, the {.'.'....'... rtioett states. .,


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I' Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Announces Biennial Jabberwock I

I [ WEDDING BELLS IiI' | Who Will It Be ? Tkess, Depicted !I. Mil' I

c.( r Skits BY local GroupsThe
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Edroy Ball 1111 Ware St,20 Arthir F. Richardson 4526 ;<'i. awards will be presented to
and Delphlne Newsome, 804 Moncrlef Rd W, 21 and TharonC. Delta Sigma Theta five girls competing for Miss
Court H., IT. Hall, 6474 Trenton Dr. W., Sorority Inc., Jacksonville Jabberwock, namely: Benlta
20. 1 Alumnae Chapter, will presentits Powell, Renee Lilly Lynette
Rank C. Butler, 1065 W. lUll i biennial Jabberwock April PaoUn, Stephanie Hendtfrion
St., 21 and Doris A. Jackson, William J. Pr'ce, Jr., 4534 I. 19 at theClvic Auditorium. and Debra Dease Seven girls
1328 Fairfax St., 18.N Trenton Dr S., 20 and EllaL. Following tradition, Greek- competing for Little Miss
Bryant 2611 Martha St., : letter organizations, high Jabberwock are: Cheryl Wyatt,
/: 'Jlmmle 1.. Felder, 2052 W. 17. + Ar14:1 schools and noncompetitivegroups Anastasia Washington,Johncllle -
:1 12th St., 19 and Bettye E. Mc R. Williams, 1144 ii ,1 } will present creative Coleman, Margaret Mills,
Dwight ,
?: Alphlne, 2052 W. 12th St., 19.: skits to develop the theme, Webster, Cheryl
Madison st., 24 and Shelley A. Rowena
I ir Sensational Sixties.
Furlow 616 Jessie St. 22. "The Brown and Robin Fluker.
of Miss Jab-
'> James E. Baker, 679 N Lincoln "The crowning Soror Myrtle Turner is
St ,25 and Anna E.Butler, &ir- berwock and Little Miss ,Jab president. The Omega
Ernest Bennett, Jr., 1732 Me* chapter
1136 W. 13th St., 21. berwock will provide
PM Fraternity will assist
'.' Quade st., 32 and Annie M. highlight of the evening Skit Psl
2106 McQuad St. 31 as ushers.
Paige, ,
Marlon C. Crawford,4229 Mon-
crlef Rd 18 and Cynthia Caldwell At.
Howard Williams 6601RedpoleArs $3,000
4229 Moncrief Rd., 17 Allen Chapel AME
., 26 and Annie M. Rogers,

Johnnie E. Jones, Jr., 1666 \Zlf Clevelandjtt., 21. rS 'i r 4rc4 Grant MemorialAME Church Honors
Steele St., 21 and Mae C. E.
Willie Kirkland, ZOO 711I
t. Williams, 1342 W. 10th St., 24. St. S, lax Beach, FT*., 19 and Men's Day Missionary Workers
Mamie Williams, 209 7th St.
Lawrence Calhoun, 2108 Yulee More than $3,000 were raisedat 6e
SJax, Beach Fla., 18. Mission Day will observed
St., 21 and Rosle L. Johnson, the mammoth Men's Day at Allen Chapel AME Church
," 2143 Yulee St. 21. March 23, at
Ronald I Thomas, 1998 W.II.t services Sunday Sunday at 11 a.m. Rev. David
t'. 21 and Deborah A. Grant Memorial AME Church
St. is
Mathis pastor.
Emmett! E. Hollls, 5601 Polder
1306 St. 17. Dr.A.J. Reddick, minister. Washington will
Upson, Rushing Mrs Telela
Dr., 25 and Lucille Odom, 1702 Dr. Reddick led with a reportof the call to worship Mrs.
W. llth St., 21v 164.00. Rev. F. Richardsonwas rive
William Dickerson, 1296 W. $ Willie M. Shlggs will open the
I.' list st., 20 and Teresa E. second with $137.00 and first hymn IIrs./Louisiana
Cornelius M. Punches, 1564 Rose
1276 W. 28th St. 1 was followed by Amos The Scripture
Washington, Banks pray.
St. 65 and Oile _
< W. 8th Koooce __ who reported $133.00. In fourth
Mrs. Wilhe-
20. will be read by
iv 1431 Davis St., 59. place was lamp Dawson, St, Lake.
Henry L. Worthy, 1813 Tyler.St. with a report of $129.00.Dr. Mrs. Amanda Gay will read
1496 W. 26th
Lawrence Tisby, his
,ti Reddick will use as
18 and Aundra A. Smith, Mrs. Delores
the Decalogues.
... Small
it St 60 and Willie the morning service
1360 Kings Rd., 19 theme will Mrs. Gay will
Redd sing
's 1496 W. 26th st., 54. Sunday "Beyond Courage. At
present the speaker
t the theme will be
645 m
p Levater Calvin. Mrs. Doris

Church Women ..9..- .. -....-... --- -'.""'" 1 _.....__ ..... "The the Youth Parade.. Board Choir Choir, along will No.with serve land llIeUsher' Allen The will offering sing.will be taken by

United To Have The Jacksonville Beach Elementary-Junior High School PTA George, Mrs Grace Waters, Mrs. Irish Rose Kennedy Seated, during the major,services. Daisy Mrs. Annie Brown B.and Williams Mrs. Louden., Mrs.
1. Homeroom Mother of the Year will be chosen at the Coronation from left, are: Mrs. Helen Chlldress, Mrs. Idealla Caine, Mrs., presidentwill
Mrs. Adralne Tyner,
Friday Forum MeetThe on Wednesday April 2, at 7.30: p.m. In the cafetorlum of the Allean Morgan, Mrs Odeil E. Harrison, Mrs Evelyn Dixon and make: remarks Rev. D.
school Reading from left to right, standing each with the imlBi Mrs. Burnell Braddy. Theodore W. Montgomery is principal.Mrs. . .. . Mathis pastor, will pronouncethe
Church Women United will .of anticipated victory, are: Mrs. Ella V.$anabrla, Mrs. Marie B.M. Baker is not In the.picture. Photo by Dean benediction.
have a forum meitlng Friday,
March 28, at the YWCA at 10 CosmelologyConnoisseurs
a.m. Planning For Mammoth Calendar Tea
The meeting will be conductedby Present Mystic Shrine
Mrs. David Holloway ,
president Guest speaker for IL
:at this meeting will be Mr. JaboL Mrs. T.B. OwensThe Nobles AnnounceEgg
Cos, assistant director Young
I f Life. Connoisseurs of Cosmetology
>! Arnold Jr. will 'Tt ; y EventThe
Mrs W.E M will present Mrs
announce final plans for the Tbomasena B. Owens in a
Order Ibbles of the
Celebration F
May Fellowship Day .q tye recital on their tenth anniversary -
The theme will be Sunday April 13, at 7.30 Mystic Shrine of Rabla TempleNo
"Beginning Anew" on May 2, Itt p.m. in the auditorium of the 8 1s sponsoring an Easter
at the Northshore Presbyterian United Methodist Church. Egg Hunt Monday April 7, at
Church. Tickets fof the Mrs.Salome\ H. Summers Is 3 lI.m. in Mt. Herman Park.
stand-up breakfastwlU: be ready 4 chairman" ')tfl. Lucille. .H. All children* are 'welcome Illustrious -
CieDaYJ Is inchatge."Thomas
to distribute.Mrs. ubltries'."' restdtat" \
O.J. Lelte will report on t ,'t\ i: ;;.1 oj .,- ,1.0:: ., "Williams.. Is
the Conference on Religion In PROFESSOR H BOGGS t potentate.:
the Schools, held in Orlando. Harold and First Born Temple The Order of Shrlners of the
Professor Boggs
Mrs Hugh McUwain will give Temple will meet Thursday,
The of Port
Boggs Choir Celebrates
the closing report on the World April 2, at the Temple, 410
Clinton, Ohio, will appearing dl
Broad Street.
Day of Prayer.Lackawanna. at the First Born Temple 825 Anniversary

West Monroe Street,' Monday
Social night, March 31, at 8 p.m. First Born Temple's Choir No.
Mrs. Aronla McIntyre and The I 6flLI 2 will celebrate its tenth anniversary -. ''Mrs. D.B. Barnes
Club Sponsors April 32-volce choir of the Church of __ Sunday, March 30,
Christ Written in Heaven will beginning at 6:30 p.ra at the
open the program.The program church 825 W. Monroe Street.
Fool Fete will be sponsored by the -I : Many will participate among :Sponsors Tea
Pastor's Aid Club. Mrs. front -T. them being: The Sunrise
The Lackawanna Social and Kelly U president. Elder A. : Gospel Singers, The Fossett Mrs DB.Barnes! ,coordinator
Savings Club is sponsoring an Hil is pastor. Girls, Mrs. Alice Boston and for the George 0. Sumner
April Fool Party Saturday night, The public is invited. The Bostonettes, Mrs. Bessie Scholarship Fund, will sponsora
April 8, at the Vetell.Ds'Center, r Brown, the Mt. Morlah Baptist benefit tea Sunday March 30,
1509 Kings Road. Mrs Georgi- r Church Choir, Mrs Essie M. at 3:30 p.m. In the Peace
saM Ford Is president.Friendly "I___ Thomas, The Dynamic Capris. Missionary Baptist Church
St. Stephen'sMissionary 1 ak -And: The Traveling Stars, auditorium 1109 Jessie Streetat
Avenue Mrs Verdle Wilson The Excelsior Van Buren Street.
v Choir, Choir No 1 of Mrs.. Viola Tate is cochairman :
Society First Born Temple.Flrst Mrs W.C. Mnrry will
Club Sunday Tea oro'. Youth Choir, Mrs.Mary preside Miss Joyce Abraham
Everetts, The Thomas Singers, will give the welcome. Miss
At Acorn Lists MusicalThe Union Community Choir No. 2, Anise Dutson wlU give the occasion
: Mrs. Elonlse Cohen, Rally Rev. R.L. Jones, dean

The Friendly Avenue B S&S missionary Society of St.Stephen's --' -rl.i L .... Chandler, Mrs. Marie Green, of religion, will speak on the
Club will have a tea on March,, AVE Church Mrs.Blanche 'rbe Sarah VCGtnnls Missionary Society r of the New Ml' -- -- The Heraldalres and The value of education. Mrs. Doris
30 from 3:30 to 6 p.m. at the Williams president, Church gathered for the picture! above u a kind of invitation to the event each'year Rev.E.Jones expresses appro al and stands Thelma Edwards Singers. Mrs. Gray will sing. Mrs Mildred
in the center He Is
rear. surrounded by of his workers
Acorn Community Center on wull Wallace their Annual Calendar Tea at the church many Thelma Starling will be chair- Thomas will respond. The
present Mr'.Dals1 Sunday, April 20, at
and officials.
Mrs. Olivia
Acorn Street. The public is and Woodrow Carn in a musical 130: pjn. This outstanding group of workers look forward to' Barrel president .. man. Mrs Emma F. Wilson Senior Choir No. 1 and the D.
Invited Robert Johnson is Sunday, March 30, In the main Bob Smith Photo Is president. Mrs Mary Byrd B. Barnes Choir will sing. Rev
president. Mrs. Essie Walton auditorium at 3.30 p.m. I :Is secretary. D.a Barnes is pastorS _
is reporter. Mrs. Tbelma Page will be

narrator. Mrs. Vera Sanders Patreilie' Fires That' Advertise SMART STYLES.FOR THE
Lily White Lodge will give the welcome. Among
other will be Mrs.
Sponsors Big Tea Leona Daniels, area chairman.Mrs. ti YOUR NewspaperCOLOR EASTER SHOP'f
Maggie Simms will be & GIR3g8saoa
Lily White Lodge 225 plans a .dean of .hostesses. Rev. W.L. 'I :- PARADE 1iop4r, 6
spiritual tea Sunday, March SO, Webster is associate minister 31lZBeachDyichls
at 1208 Florida Avenue All The Philos of the Sigma .
are invited. The let Gamma Rho Sorority will be ofStatei
LUyWhltes .. CrockettIs I'I'hosteaae. the style In thi.year s1 &Ticat
win begin at 4 p.m.ancI closiatepra JVr R
luster pared In ta.h ir+tiit
coordinator of the program. Pie'a i par
; I : 1 6, lent him The toy A Girl de e,

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Mirchisoi Temple CME's A CIIIIIEN II milE FAMIlt- 1Its '3' h t r Cut nor.p.nsia.
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Open EisterSuiliy Special EisterPickifi : T.ttI"C t. I. t /npl. .
Murchlson Temple CME'sWomen's of Kt. Zion AIlE Ch rcll. t rVif..3t. l3Junl Ir.
Day will be observed Mrs L. Mitchell of West '..tlul3 :' ; ,,,
a ,
at the church Sunday beginning Union will introduce the ; Ce Chubb.ttMH 1.1615 .
with the Church School at 10 speaker, Mrs. Rosa Stephens, j- Trimt..n.iK/e1ais ,. sta.
a m with Mrs. Rosa Young of also of West Union. 1
New St. James AVE. as guest Others appearing will be Mrs.. .:A.M. TO 9PM. 0 l
superintendent.Guest Douglas of Zion Hope and Mrs. .t 1-silo .el'l ,+
teachers will Include Willie M. Davis guest pianist !, I I It'ifuit to ihoffor Eatttr ulitr*you sill i7rrc 't is I
Mrs G. Henderson of 4 WALLETS
Second The i /
of Mt. Olive baptist. public /
and Mrs. A. \ :
Baptist Moreland Is invited. .I' .ut'ilr"2ifW
of West Union Baptist Church. Rev. A.E. Odom Is pastor. RtSHSTAR113 '.,. r. :

Mrs Baptist G.Church Wilcox will of Friendship serve u ....... r.: .;;:. ::J\>\ DEPOSIT REQUIRED tl t SIZES: tPVQ\ \

secretary Bishop Sadie Gibson cliche, Fit.; iut ? GIRLS, 3 TO JK. IS fcikJ3 F

of Bethel Baptist will be guest 711-3211 r' HALF SIZES, 1% TO 19 M
reviewer., the Order of Eastern Stars Boys To 17'Reg. .
The'' eleven o'clock service will bold services April 4 at
will be snwrvised by Mrs. A. Greater Mt. Pleasant' Baptist, Husky
R. Miller, chairman, and Mrs Callahan. Rev. C.E. Jenkins Mill TIE EASTER IISI CUE-IR JUlIE RIIR Ample fret parking In "' '

Haiti Brown, co-chairman.: of Jacksonville will speak on front and rear of store
The PurlfledSoulSavlng Prayer 'the Pusover. ..u. Rosetta .'

Band will. have charge. otdevotiuM. Crane Locll Jones chairman.Is Worthy Matron.Mrs. Bob t.o Myrtle Ave We Invite you to compare quality BANKAMERH

Others appearing are Mrs.f Smith' Studio '

Georgia Coleman, mistress of ,* ** * .: .' u It IS Sinn. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9

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r"Leaders Announce'80th Birthday Celebration For A. Philip Randolph May 6 .

I HoistoB U. Proxy Will [blot NAACP Officials President And Lawmaker

Tolerate Sfvdont Coilisfoa Removed From Abernathy Makes Jostico-Marsiall Aid AFL-CIO

cron-.ICtclli'cbeckof. at the university Black by Mihrnke Position Plans For New Moony Head Action Connfffoo

revealed that less than 25 March Of Poor
cent of the Black students 'MILWAUKEENP0NAACP(
Inclined to support any type officials have been removed, MIAMI -""The poor will,I NEW YORK An A, PllJ.lIpI Institute which bears his name.
violent action. from office both in this city and march again, according to Dr.[.I Randolph BOth Birthday Sponsors of the birthday
e AABL demands included in Baton Rouge La. Ralph David Abernathy' Committee, headed by the tribute, for which Justice Mar
director of the SCLC ''
hiring of more Blackfacnlty In Milwaukee NAACP Urban and sue- Honorable Thurgood Marshall, shall and Mr. Messy art
., a Black coach, and Program Director Nick J. Hall cessor Luther of the late Dr. Martin'I Associate Justice U.S. chairmen, Include national
r o-Mecro studies fired after King, Jr. Dr Abernathy1 Supreme Court and GeorgeMe
program was being accused: leaders, Industrialists, educators -
a separate Black student of not being able to get along I. .. was addressing the nonpartisan any president, AFL-CIO( clergy of all faiths and
Tiger Bay Political Club
organisation. Hoff with leaders of the associate's has been formed to pay tribute political leaders Including
i I recently and asked for to the famed leader and civil
told the AABLtbe demands branch. Governor Nelson Rockefeller
under consideration. Walter G. Beach, branch assistance from the affluent rights crusader it was announced Mayor John Lindsay former
businessmen in the
statement prior to the president, called Hall, 25. a I The audience by Bayard Rustln, President Lyndon B. Johnson
march will
.II D e Hoffman said the "black separatist." begin Memphis executive director A. Philip and former VIce-President
on April. Black Easter
"is moving ahead In Baton Rouge, three officersof ",, will be stressed. I t I Hubert H. Humphrey.
the local NAACP branch ... I The
implement immediately some ).II I ) Honorary Chairmen are
the commitments that the were suspended from office at Rev Ralph David Abernathy,
has made In response about the same time that they .. "" ,, 'iit Dentist Says I president Southern Christian
grievances cited by AABL were Indicted by the East Baton ,.:. Leadership Conference C.E.
." Rouge Parish Grand Jury on t Blacks Need Dellums president Brotherhood -
J hopes the campui "will be charges of allegedly extorting SleeplngCar Porters;Jack
any difficulties similar money from local businesses I Greenberg, director-counsel,
hose experienced by other under the threats of boycottsand Dental Care NAACP Legal Defense Fund;
throughout the pickets Dorothy Height president
and most recently at The three were Identified as ST. LODE (NPl) Black National Council of Negro
College in Marshall, the Rev Joseph Melonson. J. people have a hard time getting I Women; Mrs. Martin Luther
said. H. Slmms and Mrs Pearl U.S. (Dam J) Daniel K. Inotrje of Hawaii is shown as be receives proper dental care, according King Jr.: Bayard Rustln,
there has developed a George. the honorary doctor of laws degree from Dr. Richard V. Moore, to Dr. Alphonso! Trottman 31, j Y- executive director A. Philip
strain in the relation Emitt J.Douglas,state NAACP president of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona' Beach,Florida one of the nation's few Negro Randolph Institute Roy
between this administra president said be hoped that The senator was the keynote speaker daring: : Honors Convoca" orthodontists (dentists who .A. PHILIP RANDOLPH Wilkins, executive director,
and a certain segment of our the three will "pay the price," tion which climaxed a two-day trustees meeting at Bethunefpokman straighten teeth). : Institute.Highlighting NAACP; Whitney Young Jr..
body it is our desire if found guilty In such an event, last week Photo by Martin Gross A 1968 graduate of St. LouisUniversity's Randolph the tribute Is a executive director National
Intent that all concerned will he added,"they will have proven Graduate School testimonial dinner which will Urban League. Dr. Benjamin
together again and work to be traitors to the Black'community" of Dentistry Dr. Trottman has Mays, president emeritus
'' Purl Primus Join Hatcher Deplores an office In this city take place on May 6 at the ,
a common Morehouse College will
Many Black people have not Waldorf Astoria Hotel In New
said. *.* * *** Heater' College been educated on th.-mM tc: York City Other events are as In treasurer.
Whites Attempts correct dental deformities he planned as well. Goal of the Committee announcing 80th Birthday,
., Hack said. "A lot of us Just haven't birthday tribute Is a fund ofUO.OOO and t.stlmoo1aldlnn.r.
DA Workers Heritage Faculty Mr. Rustln recounted
emerged into the economic $ to carry on Mr.
., To Pearl Primus the inter To SecedeGARY mainstream of American lifeto .r.ndolph's lifework through the Mr."the Randolph's foremost achievementsas Negro labor
Strike At Some ,
the point where we can afford
nationallyknown'dancer, (NPI) "S tr on g that kind of service, leader In our history. He has
1I To Limits choreographer and anthropologist -' racist sentiment" is behind attempts never wavered In his eomlt-
So .Called Militants Children "grow up in the ghetto Black
I hasCollege the faculty of In an all-white area of and don't have the of Women ment to integration through
of The City advantage peaceful change. Mr. Rustln
-(NPI)-Migration Gary toward dlsannexlng, according -
) Black people to this city is DETROIT (NPI[) The ,, University of New York, it was to Black Mayor RichardG. they good see medical others health around care,them and Out Distance Negro stated, "and he has steadfastly
to United Auto Workers has denounced announced recently by fought against racism of any
tt i push Denver's pop- Hatcher. Gary now about they know normal and
i t up to 100,000 by 1970. Black-militant Professor Josephine M. Burke, 55 per cent Black, would be look at themselves as ,and they Men In Jobs kind, against violence in any
workers who say.
development could make have the "con- chairman of the college's almost 70 per cent Black after I'm not the he form, and against segregationfor
J scious purpose of dividing our Department of Health and same, said. any reason" .
the "next Black the secession Mayor Hatcher '
." union along racial lines. UAW Physical Education., said: "There Is noplace to run rebel So what do they do? They WASHINGTONNP1))- The A. Philip Randolph
people are said to be referred specifically: to the Miss Primus an alumna of anymore, and there is! no placeto feel against this society they Negro women have been foundto Institute was founded in 1964to
sort of
to Denver at the rate of League of Revolutionary Black Hunter College, will teach a hide. We must come topther of." they're pushed out be making a lot more economic mobilise the nation's
a year. The city already Workers whose members have course entitledDanceeotAtro- ." progress than Negro men. resources-white and Blackin -
ghetto"A 100,000 Negro residents staged strikes at some Chrysler Amercan Heritage According to Dr. Trottman, Ac ordlng to a special Bureauof a concerted effort to bring
1,300 Blacks are born Corporation plants. She will be assisted by her Kvoluliiui; In liiHiirunrr orthodontics United States is one field in the the Census study of social equality and J Justice to all
"in which thereIs
year in Denver; less than The union said it could not ,husband Perclval Horde Mr. JlifW'ORKIIIImd mumeiniui ; and economic trends in the itlzens. In working with those
a year die in the city. go along with "violence and Borde, who is well known asa inrf, usually l>rwlt| tel no program the set up to help the nation's 212 major metropolitan white forces which represent
pace Is up from 1964, intimidation" as means of 'dancer and as a specialistin fo\ef( jewelry, fine aril and urn- poor people that, can't indigent afford people the, area since 1960, the social prograss-organized
1,700 Negroes migrated resolving grievances in auto the cultural heritage of liar properties origin illy was cue" proportion of Negro women In labor religious groups,
Denver. In that year 475 plants. Africa and the Caribbean, will developed to 6\cr g<,otU in Some be said feel that white-collar Jobs has risen liberals and students-the
) people were born and 59 serve as guest lecturer' transit by other than ream vcaads. such is from 21 to 33 per cent from Institute's objective is to forge
In the Mile High City, He will also meet the first the ImurviKC Intorm.ition care evidence is." don'tsee 1950 to 198'1, a new and dynamic unity between

a to the Denver Blade: 'SelMielp Hospital two classes of the two-hour, ,.nil. mi if rpponi ., any whites and. Negroes.
;: .. Inc:; Denver pro-, course physical education, ": "
to be" the "next Black Opens In Harfeni "" '''' "!!. .. i.1't' '. .. 'V fev Ylwii5' '"','''f\I .. 'Ib' .v:
: "* ,
'SCi '* t.uAt
in view of the rapid Stale College y: BTMS1illllJ .
in Negro population Plant' AbandonedNEW +
Drama Students
Ready .ForCapable YOiK-NP-A cream
self-help hospital for narcotics
addicts has been opened in an, Guests At Yale
abandoned state-owned office
building ORANGEBURG. S.C. The turns
Students On the first day of operation, Henderson-Davis Players of
17 patients entered the Harlem South Carolina State College
-(NPIAppUca.! facility which had been seized have been Invited to participate
for the American Fund by the Nltlonallconomlc in the 13th Annual Yale Drama flavoron
the American Fund for Growth and Reconstruction Festival March 28-30 at Yale every

Education's 1969-70 Organization (NEGRO. ), a Black University New Haven, Conn.
scholarships for under- self-help group. The Yale Drama Festival Is .
.:, Negro students are The seizure was designed to the most noted Invitational
available it was dramatize the "Inadequacy of drama festival In the country
recently by David the state's narcotics program This marks the first time a ,
chairman of AFDE and the entire health program predominantly-Negro college''
scholarships awards for Black people," according has been Invited to present a
to Dr. Thomas Matthew play at the festival the most yi.
scholarships provide up NEGRO'S president.Dr. prestigious In the country., ;
11 I for the final year of Matthew a neurosurgeon, The Henderson-Davis Players
study and for each said the hospital would eventually : are scheduled to present "A w Mm
v four years of dental treat about 150 patients Raisin In The Sun" by Lori atoeHansberry w ,
Black pre-dental and and cost 11,000 a day to March 29, at 2:30 4
major students are operate p.m. HJ Flowers, U Is the e ,
for the scholarships. The state's planned withdrawal director Mrs E.U. Belcher is J
.If may apply for a of general hospital status from the adviser of drama, and Dr, s "
tI for their final interfaith Hospital, a division N.P, Parler Is chairman of the
year of pre- of NEGRO was also protestedby Communication Center of South + rb4E
I which may be either ,. ...... Carolina Stats College.bUll7i.
sophomore Junior or I r ,
year. During the 1969-70 5 a .' ,r1
... year the student must
r to complete the .ar.m...__ -

number of courses n ,
> to apply for entrance W a
school In the fall of 6
Students entering dental
this fall are not eligible "
scholarships. 4
should be made to
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I.lFAMU Team' Swamps 19th Annual Sports Carnival; Ends With No Hitter

I Kentucky Wesleyan Cripples Ben Jobe Named Fort' Valley Wildcat Honored 'By Businessr Johnson 'Ce Smith' University I

Tennessee State's AdvanceNASHVILLE SIAC Of Year Coach I LeodsAII Teams With Flashes

-When postseason men.
tournament bound McC lain, who bad a bot ORANGE BURG, ;.C. Ben TALLAHASSEE, ;Ia. The Ken Mlsner, FSlTs distance
Kentucky Wesleyan nipped 36-polnt night against Wesleyan Jobs, South Carolina State Florida AIM Baseball team runner set a new time in tilt
Tennessee State 9 .91 In Kean's ended the season with a College basketball coach who made a clean sweep of the 19th mile run with a 420.2 effort.
Little Garden It mapped a 29.5 game average and 1,067 guided his team to 20 victories Annual FAMV Sports Carnival Another Individual standout was
five-game home-court winskein points over the two years of In 25 games, has been named .by ending the last game with t Vinson Matthews of Johnson C.:
and clamped a 14-12 college cage play. Hound "Coacb-of-the-Year" In the r no-hitter by Kenneth Hinnart. Smith Matthews was t gold
record on Coach Ed Martlo'i McClaln also topped the charity Southern IntercollegiateAthletic sun, After hitting the lead-off modal winner In the Olympics
hardwood artiste. line shooting by sinking 14S Conference SIAC( ). r batter in the top of'ttfe first U a member of the U>i. Mile
"I don't like ending the season of liB chances tor. 77.1 The Bulldogs woo the SIAC Yoh and a throwing error that led Relay team. He woo the 22-yard
on'a losing note,"Coach Martin shooting eye.Freshman visitation conference title with S ;,rY ++ ;I to the Airs only score, dash and was the anchor man-
agreed, "but overall I'm happy Big Bottom Neal an 8-I record. Hinnart settled down to pitch "'i the 440 relay
bat I can cay In all my yean averaged 154 points a game Jobe was 'selected through no-hit ball the rest of the game .1 golf, the Rattlers led a
of coaching I have .never bad while pacing the Big Blue In' balloting by coaches of with \nine strikeouts and perfect Held of seven' with a score of
a losing season". rebounding (14.8 a game) and tbe 17-member conference, control allowing no walla.MT BJ,5. Ft. Valley Saf'.IDIt! ,
Coach Martin who now owns field,Roal percentage shooting according to James 'Hawkins, starter Robert Cummings Albany State were second and
a 260-99 lifetime record confessed The 6-6 Georgia-born neophytesank assistant !to the commissioner, allowed only three bits and all third with scores of 172.5 and
that at the season's 161 of 293 shots from the A native of Nashville Tenn, three came off the bat Rattler' 176.7 respectively Low man
opening he was a bit shaky field for a 56 9 accuracy rating. Jobe was recently named shortstop>> Ulysses Wilson who for the golf meet was Matthew
about the outcome of his first Another freshman; Bob Mathll.w. "Coach of the Year" bad a perfect day at the plate Turner of South Carolina State
year at State and would have .. second to Neal in in District 6 of the NAIA. Including the game-winning 'with 145 mark followed by
settled for four wins this year rebounding with 12.1 per game Basketball coaching has taken bomerun. The Rattlers are now Ronald. Frailer of FAMU with
'which would have' been one while tipping 7.4 points an. him halfway around the world 8-0 on the season. a 148.
'more than the previous spies outing. Sophomore Ron Dorsey, and back. He coached for two k In earlier baseball games
"We should be much, much after missing two games,wound ....011I10 Slerre Leone West during the day; FAMW defeated Albany State
Improved next year becausewe up the year with a 15,5 game Africa compiling a 41-0. Alabama 8-4.IDdSouthern

are only losing one man, tally. record. Before coming to South University shut out Alabama Clobbers Ga.
(Dwlght Jones a senior) who Carolina State College be State and N.C. ALT 5-0 and
saw very little action," Martin Top' Scorer coached Alabama State to an 4-0 respective
continued. "With (Ted) At 18-7 record In 1887 and In the track and field events State 88.84
McCIain. (Lloyd) N a1leadlnrtbe"orlne&lldreoo received the sport at Talladega the. Rattlers placed third in!
lneDen HC ,A&, NamedTo College in 1964. Talladega total points with 42. Johnson ALBANY, Ga. A strong
year, everyone else wll have gained basketball respectability C. Smith University of Charlotte opening leg on the 880-yard
a little more game-savvy. If three years later, .4 $.C., led all teams with relay by Willie Dixon gave
we can recruit agoodbackcourt NAIA's Roll averaging 107 points a game. ATLANTA Peter Wal hour (center)' cI the Fort Valley State College Wildcats wu voted 52-1/2 followed. ().. by, Albany State College an 88-84
and another big man to help Jobe starred at Nashville'sPearl Most Valuable Player in the recent Southern Intercollegiate! Athletic Conference Basketball Florida State with 51. Two new triumph over Georgia South
out, I'm sure we will be a lot WINSTON-SALEM For the High and went on to Tournament ta which be led his team to the championship by meet records were set and one western College here In a dual
defeating Tuskegee Institute
second time In less than a week,. meet between the two schools
better. become 7168. With tied during the meet.
one of Fist Walthour
University's are his coach William Ross, left, and James Patrick, Columbus
Over the 26-game schedulethe North Carolina.UT found rough finest btllhtndlers and Ga., Coca-Cola Bottling Company, representing Coca-Cola USA, donor of all trophies, Florida MM'S Kent School- on the ASC athletic field re-
Big Blue was able to beat going in I championship tourna shooters. md plaques.FAMU's field nosed out FSlTs Mike cently.
ment.' Kelly In the 440 intermediate The ASC Harriers gave the
three ({Southern, Alabama AM. -------
After baying be en unceremoniously school win in its first track
and hurdles with anew record of t
Benedict's teamsat
home and on the road. eliminated in the North Carolina Grambling Team 52.7. Schoolfield also held the meet on home soils In. more
Grambllng, Kentucky State and first round of the CIAA playoffs Rattler Coach Bobby Series Total old record time of 54.0. Kelly than three years.
Wesley dumped Martin's In Greensboro the Antes made tied a record set by Schooi field Despite ASC's win, Georgia
magicians at home and In the their first appearance In the Lang Optimistic For Team A&T Has ToigliToimameiit I Reached 13,500 in the 120 yard high hurdles Southwestern's Tom Powerswas
Little Garden District 26 HAIR tournament. with a 14.5 mark the meet's outstanding
Averaging 90S points This time,second-seeded AliT Jog GRAlfBLING Ia.TheGvambingNorthwestern performer winning all of the
per was toppled by fourth-seeded TALLAHASSEE Fla. The who has been starring atcente'rfor distance events 880 mile and
game, the Big Blue's shooting GREENSBORO State ** ** ,
was not as accurate Elon College, 102-84 In the lack of speed-Bob Hayes Euggene the basketball squad N.C.-Daryle NAIL District 30 basketball tile two mile runs.
eye; as opening round. It was the final Milton kind of the cleared Cherry leading scorer on the
the opponents who hit 47.1 from speed Lawson has 8'10", But series drew 13,500 spectatorsand .
the.flo* to 45.4 for Martin's game for the Aggies who ended Florida LAM kind that has Lang feels it will be mid.,, North Carolina AIT buketball whetted tbe appetite of area
the season wit h an overall characterized Rattler athletic Beacon before he's In top form. team and Vernon Walker tbeAggies' fans for competition between
17-4 record. teams for years is temporary ''We lost some great people top>> reboander have Gulf State and Southwestern
The Christians won the game weakness of tbe 1969 Rattler been named to the 1(69 NAIL Athletic Conference
Lew's Name listed from last year's squad, said, teams
All-District 28 team. Now relief for
from the free throw line as track team. Lang 'and we are probablya Marking Initial play between : pure
they connected on an amazing Temporary because bead year away from the kind of The 10-man team was selected the two loops the playoff was
Third Time 52 out of M free throw attempts. coacb Bobby Lang feels that teams we are accustomed to by the 17 district coaches. both a financial and artistic dry, problem skin
-,\. ALT.ran Into difficulty earlyin the 1969 squad has the potential, here at r FAMU but I think we Cherry, a Junior from Charlotte -. success.It .
the game and foundthemselves It Just lacks the experience."I'm NC., is enjoying his VASELINE*PETROLEUM JELLY gives your
a few opened a new bonanza for
might pull surprises
SttWUh.Mur hy
finest season and averaging 20 akin the richer moliture It needi for
20 behind
points optimistic">> says Lang during the season" athletic dlrecors In date.
from dryashygray
49-29 at halftlme. "we lost Just about everything The Rattlers lost all four points per game. Cherry's Colleges who have l been forcedto protection from ikln,chapping To keep skin
NEW YORK six Black The Aggies Jumped off to a last year and .it's definitely members of the famous 440 showing wu one of the reasons pinch pennies because 'of of lookIng your
college stars, Including repeat quick 2-0 lead as Charles rebuilding year for us, but wi and 880 relay team that became ALT compiled a 17-3 record tight budget situations. tyounger,insist on genuine i '
selections Lew Alclndor Greer toot the opening Upoff have something to build on t the first to capture the 440 and in a year the Aggies were 'Vaseline'

of UCLA and Calvin Murphy: of and layed It in. That.was the 6outhefalhddreoU ".. 480 relays! at the University ofPennsYlvula supposed to be rebuilding. ksn.n" Tcatmeplor Petroleum Jelly.
Niagara have feet named to the only ALT lead u Eton earner 1968 ilate : for three"consecutive [I Although odly'6.1'Cberryltsa : ,You1'p'.y-e. little"more J
Look All-America basketball back for a pair of baskets by Athletic Conference most years, and retired the star end on tbe JUT football ( NATURAL HAIR than tot''
team. Bill Bowes and Richard' valuable athlete; Maurice James C".Patterson"(Challenge team and a starter on tbe other brands of
The 10-man squad chosen by McGeorge for a 4-2 Elon Davis sprinter with 9.4 speed; Cup In the process. baseball team. petroleum jelly...
the United States Basketball advantage.The Otis Hill who has shown promise Three members of the relay ,Walker, also a Junior, is a but your akin U n a & >
Writers Association, Is score was tied three times in tbe 440, dash and Charles team also ran the 100 yard native. ot High Point, N.C. Both worth itt
announced In the current issueof before the Christians moved Sasser who has one.year of dash usually coming In one,' be and Cherry were named
Look Magazine. out front for good at 14:13 on experience in the broad and *wo and three In most races.' earlier this season to the All.CIAA -
Other Black players chosenare two free throws by Bowes at triple'Jump.; Usa high Jumper Kenneth' team.
: Jim McMllllan. Columbia; 86. In their first dual meet ot Brown and long Jump specialist Walker won the conference
Charlie Scott North Carolina; In the second half Elon main.taloed the season the Rattlers lost to Brian Skinner did not return rebounding title, averaging
Mike Maloy, Davidson and Its wide margin until Florida State by a score of to school this quarter. nearly 19 grabs per game. He ,
Spencer Haywood, Detroit. the midway point when the 106-1/3 to 38-1/2 winning onlyIn Is also averaging 12 points ee el.F s

The balance of the team Is Aggies using a cone press. the sprint races and the 440 *** ** *. per game and is t top defensive, MuowATw !
comprised of Rick Mount Pur- started to rally. Hurdles. star. HURRAYSeme"r
due; Dan Issel, Kentucky; Pete Led by Thomas Blackman and Davis won the 100 In 10.0 and
Maravlch, LSU and Bud Ogden Vernon Walker, the Aggies cut the 220 In 22.0. He also was t .
Santa Clara. the Elon lead to 12 points at member of the 440 relay team.; '' up Y our Mm, AmC.e IooIc Pry.,
Alclndor and Ogden are the 86-74 with 6.34 left in the game.Nobel that captured first place with t hrllle, null. kink, h.'r' "T' ,.Ih'iIN.1k '
Marshall back with VETERANSIMovilnforeelittleae .,i'Wc, Ieeee t lei
only seniors on the squad. came time of 41.5. Schoolfield had. rAef, I 'ep le eNroM
Olympic star Haywood is the four quick goals toput the winning time of 58.01 In the 440'. : 0 ll17N11WYa AiW'eulr.liWre l/MY'GNhbl'/::.
lone The others Christian back top bt.l1incI hurdles Itfttr an4 evil. Arftvorit lut
sophomore on and Hill won the 440 _\ lemend.ll7e: w CIMI
are Juniors.A the threat was over. dash m 41.8 DOWN "> MM tor I month "'>1'. THil....,, t
>Ae. three-time selection for All. Obviously disappointed A recent addition to the team lUfIRIOR' PRODUCT CO. .
America honors Alclndor Is the loss, ALT coach Cal Irvin Is nigh Jumper Alfred Lawson, 4M ClMfMI A._.IMr.t, Mick, 4iJOI.. j
:still the great Intimidator,says said: .' ." '.- ..
Look. A mild man for such a "The foul line did U. I don't "
large person Alclndor gives complain about the officiating. Witch
the Impression of not going all but the otflclatlne'we got was
out through a game sometimes very strange. This Is not to This Clown.
but Look says he can turn It on take anything away from Eton; I. Introducing'craftsmanship:
when It counts. They played a great game, and 23-99-61 3 ft 4 bedroom plane with 1, 1 V.,l
Murphy, the diminutive rapid- their shooting from the foul 2 bath. and garage'
fire shooter, won acclaim line was phenomenal 54 75 32 Modem' ichooli, churches and o'torn* you can taste.
despite the fact that his team Walker led the Aggies at SCOTing ptele ihepplng I center elate by.LINCOLrJ I

did not post a good record. The with to points while LonnleKluttt I 1I r P \ 1.Ong ESTATES
selectors with added 15 and Daryle '
were Impressed : Benchmark Bourbon Isn't something
his speed dexterity and scoring Cherry 14. Walker also' f." 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 -
special Just because
snagged 17 rebounds. : Seagram puts their
Versatility was a main McGeorge topped Eton's '\ .. .. / name on It.II's .
consideration !In the selection scoring with S3 points. WL because the distillers, scientists,
of Scott. Charlie can drive 55 :- 73 86 WE TAKE DEAls OTHERS REFUSE J J coopers,tasters and all the other artisans,
rebound pass off and play ant 0' I who make Benchmark still believe In
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aim-man awards committee Sbare-Tbe-Fift Contest and, la the bJaDt'below and .
representing the eight NCAAdistricts. Lamp-Making Contest mail to ZODIAC Post Office' : : S'eEVANS; ,
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Spotlight On Sports Ashland's Contribution To Top Sports 1..111 Five Rices !I. Meet

6a Ckllil's Play To Ale Stir

Many people believe Black athletes make more progress than leg of the mile relay torn
Black:mlDlaterl or politicians Ia bringing about first C1MI QREENSBORO.ltC.-Speec1y Barren's performance buhls
cWuDShtp for all Black people. jeyon Harrell of NortUCiroUna.AftT coach Murray Neely putted
As proof they point to the fabulous salaries and accomplishments U performing well on and delighted
of baseball players like Willie Mays and Jim Gibson, or the track this season that his goingtohava
the P.K. Wrigley comment of "..that U hate him l thing that I am shim !
man like a ion to me. L coach 1s about to
referring to hit Cubs' first baseman Ernie Banks. L ; ,aN Ir ,4 40 9N L "tested." tested on that machine Wry! :}

They point to the potential value and distinction of rotor /4 0 4 t 2, 50. Ike ,yN l I, HarreU a Junior from Wlnfall, have In tbe physical tdecatton:
'p said Neel "I want to
athletes like 0.J. Simpson at the office. "
and Lew Alclndor. They may also N.C.. caused quite a stir
what him all tbe,
point to the klgh regard Chicago Bears' George Hales has for Et IOIIEg d4'04L, EiE,1. annual Florida AIM Relays see gives ,
his ace running back. Gale Sayers. cOLLEjt ; r. till recently when he ran five races stamina. Evidently be is gifted: ,.,
Some people may even point to the recent successes of Black ECE In good time A look at the with a vital capacity and aa1jutstandlng /
golfers Charlie Sifford and Lee Elder. And look at Arthur Ash schedule reveals tfcat be hardly ability to recover"'oJ
The half mile that Harrell ran.
winning the coveted Davis Cup In tennis for the U.s.1; and at had time to catch his breath
basketball player ach Bill Russell.: He won .the Sports. H.lostraled .. between some of the events. In Florida was the first onerthpt ,
he baa la
ever run
Athlete of the Year Award for 1968. Harrell dashed off an impressive -' ,*
How about former athletes half mile as petition. Last season be was a;!
Rater Johnson, Route Crier, and 1.M.S: and .
Jim Brown making all the money U entertainers and In the his portion of the two-mile :topflight quarter-mller misv
11L43 season he is listed by Track-J
movies. "Isn't that progress?" they ask. / relay, which the Aggies won. !
Except for the late Dr. Martin Lather King, Jr., no Black rt'Y' -1 yEOLL.EU He'.ran\. leg on the 440 relay, and fastest Field performers News as lathe one of nation they.

minister or politieianComtdandsltie! respect, fdmtratlOll or hi_ ILLECEI r r at 1 p.m then sprinted to a lathe 410.( ,
accomplishments in race relations commeDilurate'wlib those of tOLLEit 419 victory In the open 440 :'
"The only reason I let him.
today's top Black athletes, they say. at 130. ,
the half mile said NedyJ
run ,
While these accomplishments In At Harrell ran a another ,
are undisputed the Black 2.4S. him
was to strengthen for toe
community the relevancy: of the Black athlete versus the Black quarter mile on the sprint (
minister or politician in the U.s. would be hotly de ated. Black medley team this time at 46.7.< quarter mile. But now that be.,.
has made such a good showing
people realise that the distinction athletes enjoy is a kind of He climaxed the day at 3.30 :
14 as a halfmller I really don't
"selected" or token acceptance a kind "Black capitalism 1 7r' pm. with a 48 S effort on a know where to put him .
like In the entertainment field, In which only a few are allowed
to make It. .
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Black people have known for a long time-knd the Kerner report "
made It clear for the rest of the nation-that racism in America Unwind : ;
is becoming the greatest threat to the security of the nation. J
,Whites use many different methods to limit or control any and t'' ..
all progress made by Blacks and It Is clearly more true in the .
case of Black athletes than in the case of Black ministers or .'l'.,
politicians r.
The memories of the abuse Jackie Robinson suffered at the t
bands of whites early In Us career are still fresh in the minds*
of Black Americans. Black athletes were booed at Notre Dame 1yI
University earlier this year when the basketball fans realized ,-- '"
at one point in toe. game all five ,Notre Dame players were The annals of basketball history would not be: complete without' ,Ybumans Jim Williams and Kevin Wilson. Each player Is a oJI.
Black-tt was the end of an era. the Ashland College.Varsity Squad of Ashland, Ohio. In the front 'power In his own right. During the 196S-69 season the squad
In case white America doesn't know It, Black sports fans are row of the picture are. from left, Curtis Martin, Coach Bill won sixteen games lost 1. Ashland whipped Wilberforce by a r'
growing Increasingly concerned over such matters U: Musselman, Jim Fitzgerald and John Savage. In tbe back, from score nf 48 to 39, and 69 to 39.lisebill I.

L Still no Black baseball managers. left, are Terry Reed, Jay Franson, Wayne Sokolowskyi; Gary' L II :.
t. No Big Ten .
or professional basketball coaches. I.
I.. Only one Black football quarterback in professional football, \ T
and ,he has tremendous pressure on him to prove exceptional Gram bling industrialistHelp Who's Who I.O. li Now Haircuts ....75 ,q, i)
or ran the risk of being converted to a defensive player. Processes..s2" ';I
:4., Jim Gibson and his family were harassed by letters and By Making Stile OverNEW UiHed Stites "
phone calls at the end of last season because he turned out to .
be the hero of the word series and not Denny UcClaln. And yet Tiger BatsHUMBLING YORK-The 1969'edition supplemented In the 1969 edition LEAN tirtiriif \ ) ;A

white people have made the play "The Great White Hope," =(NFl) of Who's Who In Baseball) of Who's Who in Baseball. This /I.I .
about the life of Black boxing champion Jack Johnson/ a hit on PresidentCoach R.W.E. Jonesof fifty-fourth in the series and group Includes a number of Enroll NowA tC
Broadway because It depicts this same kind of white reaction Grambling College majr run the sixteenth consecutive book rookies some with no major I
nearly 50 years ago. out of baseballs this season but edited by Allan Roth. 1s now on league experience, and a few NEW CLASS STARTS,
5. Charlie Sifford and Lee Elder paid their "dues" a thousand .he Is not likely to be short of sale around the country. who have played briefly In the
times over before they were permitted to go Into the PGA. And baseball bats. The new edition contains dataon majors. EACH MONDAY I then reward yourself i iI
even now when either one of them could win a major tournamenton He has students and faculty 629 major-league players Also featured In this edition JicksoivilleBarber I
any given day, they still do not enjoy the recognition respect members in tile Industrial arts including year-by-year batting are the final standings of the | with America's most
'or opportunities for endorsements or addlU.ooallDcomel as do department of the college who records of 373' of the players 1968 championship races, team t popular whiskey.
Arnold Palmer and. other white lferl.Thre are comparatively make bats-and repair those. ( different batting depart batting fielding and pitching College I
7 Crown.
.fewer sponsors or supporters for professional Black golfers that are broken ments) and 156 pitchers how statistics and highlights of the ,Seagram's of. It
and tennis players which means Black are less encouraged to The industrial department each player bats and !throws 1968 World Series and AU-Star 630 DAVE STREET Say Seagram's! and Be .Sure
go out for the sport made 30 bats for the Tiger team World Series statistics, height games. 355.9814 suGuAilIlTIwncoYpMIY
6,}!any sports In, the U.s.. still also show signs of racial last year and none.w re-t i, weight birthplace and birth ,etwloekcIIIIeotewelnal',: 'eo ee5aHAllnelJL'Jv "

discrimination) ,,.,,), .,: n ,* returned broken iitt.t"f+ dat.. ,t! I ,
"tjjA' ri'Wi1 nrf,.Tfbe> /Amerjcang "' Ylaytng-records oUOQptai"DOt si ''", *,' Al 4/ '
Tnat ts''Db 1Adlcat atl of f : lily Fiitt Cucir >
bepR>&reli onSoibidaklai fighting In a war like Vietnam;* bat-mUlDe ability' says .listed in 1968 have been! r"Presenlts'ilngeni: u Americans : A !i

when hundreds of white athletes either pay, or use other less Robert Bradford, associate ...
patriotiC means not to get into the military at all professor of Industrial arts, -1'-,1
., when the whole world knows about the VS. racism "because we don't know to what ," ,
It seems strange for white Americans to condemn the protest extent the players use them." SEAFOOD CENTER r ', ): -'
of Black athletes at the Olympics, while at the same time The basic process involves '. '. .
condoning tbe action of Israel In fighting for its survival or wood'turning.done on a lathe, 13N MYltllAvt PH EL 4 Ul '. ,;
Czechoslovakia in resisting the aggression of Russia. A specially-selected,fine grade i
During the recent baseball players threatened strike several of ash wood is used. Once a bat e LARGE MULLET 39k? I "
Black players Ignored the pleas of their union, signed their has been made to suit a playeror I f

contractsand reported for the training camps. Most indicated players, It can be put on RED BASS ,59' lb. r a 19F
they did so because baseball or the club owners have been a pattern rack and duplication ,
particularly good to them personally-still thinking about made much in the way that SPEC. TROUT ........................ 69' lb. (

themselves. keys are duplicated. KING MACKEREL STEAKS ... 79' lb.
Host Black ministers and. an increasing number of Black
the financial
Despite state's STEAK FILLETS ...................... ;98' Ib. : l
COHllNUtDONPAGEIO straits "Prei" has no-"orry
about bats now but he Is CONK MEAT ......:........;......... 79c Lb. 1 ,
Albany's Wilbert looking for base hits. THE RfElU 10C/flt/ DEPT
Jones In DPI I SISTER IESSIE MAINE lOBSTER:................... '3 CAN .1

Stollopt...............IIt. $1 1.65 fetlnis.eeopnu.r..a" SUI ".,
littleAmericansALBANY! She will read your entire life-fast,present and King Crab 19 ....Ib $1.65 Snapptrflank ....... Ib 79iTHroali. -
Ca. "WooderfulWUbert" future She asks DO questions but will tell you Femeue Southern
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Crab ....... 30'tach' Snllp ,
Jones hailed u the what you want to know, giving dates and facts of Il
finest eager in the South and justness love health and family affairs. Will, I
'best ever" in Georgia, hasMen lelp you find lost art. Tells you whom you will ,
named to the United Press marry and when. If the one you love is true, what .. L
International Little AllAmerican to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, ,I ;
( team. locate absent friends and relatives and cause .
{ Queried.'U to his reaction happiness between man and wife. Helps make ..
bn being selected Jones, a up lovers' quarrels. Tells If sickness and bad i ,'.
jj-8 senior who has aspirations luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil. .-. YOUR OWN HOME 35Phone 46 'l ;
of playing professional basketball Influence. Does not tell topl_YOll.but will tell the truth. One ;:a : l

said, "1 feel real proudto visit will repay you for disappointment In all others. She will r:. (6.wgxbrN r "p. .. o. ....-J
be named to the UPI team.I read your life like an open book but also help you out of your -- ALL BRICK I /'s' m a aid ;
owe my selection for this TROUBLES. Come and see why yon are so unhappy, when
honor to a lot of people." everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, y 3BEDADIMZ Norbert Rillieux ((1806-1894))
The IfcGebee, Ark., native, sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made -
the third in a trio of brothers clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel -- Aslowas :
.Oliver and Mel before him, to come. NO MAIL AWWERED. I make no house calls. Don't
.Wear the Ram "blue 'an gold" mistake the address. SBTER BESSIE Is located north of pp00Ep1gP D rS41
was the second leading vote- Callahan on U.s. II. Iii- mile from City of Callahan, Florida. He made all our lives
getter on the mythical team Phone: 879-22M. V.r .
selected by the UPI's Rating WATCH FOR HERSIGN IK FRONT BO E-.AcrOiI the street Ju oft wistio SALES OFFICE at J
Board of Coaches. John Rinks: from SPORTSMAN MOTEL t DIVISION dt 20th ST. EXP. a little sweeter.Norbert
be 510 hotshot from Kenyan' Open dally from a.m. to 10 p.m,
(Ohio) College polled tile TEE CLIPPING ENTITLES: YOU TOA$S.OO READING for $2.00

largest number of votes. I Rillieux began life on i planthat turned sugar cane iuice into a finer .
-"Wonderful Wilbert," in tatlon near New Orleans. He was a bright grade of sugar at about half the cost.The ,
fading the Rams to their child and eager to learn. So his father, Rillieux Process was quickly adopted by
third-consecutive Southeastern 1 1 anxious that the boy receive a good education Cuban and Mexican sugar refineries ana
Athletic Conference regular sent him to Paris. Norbert Rillieux was soon the moat famous -
season championship averaged Rillieux quickly lived up to all expec- engineer in the state of Louisiana. ,
>32.2( points a game. His astronomical ca tons. He published several papers on Several years later Rillieux returned to
rebound totals of 670 the steam engine and its economy and France, only to find Europeans completely -
tftbounds for a 23.9 average per was soon an instructor at one of the finest disinterested In his new sugar
game tops the nation's small t -IT Paris academies. process.So, he turned to archeology and
.colleges in both NCAA and NAUranks Hit education and training behind: him, spenttenyearsdecipheringhieroglyphiea. .<

Rillieux decided to return to the U.S. to Eventually Europe realized the value .
pained to the UPI first team put his talents to use. of the Rillieux sugar process,and adopted
aong with Rloka and Jones In the early 1840's sugar was manufactured it In its refineries. With renewed interest
were Ken Ballot Westminister by allow,Ilmlti've method known Rillieux again turned to engineering; this .
(Utah), who leads NCAA ud as the "Jamaica Train". This made it an time applying his process to the sugar
NAIL mall-college scorers expensive luxury that only a few could beet. Results: Sugar production costs 1
wltt a *41 pp'.g.average Fred afford. were cut in half.
Davis of Howard Payne (Texas) One day, Rillieux ran his fingers Norbert Rillieux did for sugar what I
and George Tlnsley Kentucky' through a small bowl of coarse, brown Eli Whitney did for cotton.We may take '
Wesleyan. sugar,and felt sure that something could his Invention for granted now, but each
Robert Rainy, the rock jawed be done make better
to it and cheaper. teaspoon of oes Into our cup
Arkansawyer, who has broughtbasketball So he set to work. of coffee should remind us of this ingenious -
promlneacetotae By 1846 he had developed a process American.
"heretofore relatively unknown
South Georgia InstlroOoa of OLD TAYLOR
higher learning was an smiles KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY
when. be beard of Jones' se- I I U1 I M ftOO This OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY CO. fJ..ANKfOJ.T..LOUISVlLLl xv..

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tjpaied tea more deterring onMcDUFF N. of BEAVER .. SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30 antique bonze coat stone, and canto the complete Rillieux story. It coils 5.00 (which Is what H
fella. Be has had t wonderful costs ui).Send check or money order tot Old Taylor Box 4865S,Grand Central Sta,N.Y..N.Y.I0017.(
ssaaL .!' Please allow 8 weeks for delivery.Offer expires Dec 31,1969. .

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When the days are a bit chilly IY fbhtg CAINATION HOME SERVICE OIIECTOI
00 the outside, why not warm Chicken has many frlngi

I up the spirit oo the Inside by benefits beginning with costs... Delight guests with on easy-do desse .t. Make Peachy
serving this dazzling dessert- making it economical. It Is not
Rice Pudding:from ingredients handy on your kitchen
Chocolate Fudge Pudding Ice .
difficult to .!Innumerous
dessert shelf. Velvetized evaporated milk keeps it delectableand
Cream. This delightful and tasty ways and, most Important extra-nutritious. Guests love it.
s is easy to prepare and can be it 1s nutritious
:< ,f rf made up in a Jiffy-Just combinethe The perennial and year-round

,,; ;'" pudding mix with the milk, favorite, "Southern Fried",
".". blend In the thawed Birds Eye served with yams, greens biscuits A

1".r4 Cool Whip Non-Diary Whipped lettuce and tomato salad,
Topping, and freeze until firm. finalized with peach cobbler,
"fli.b : Top with nuts, cherries, Log Is really !into something!
,Ji Cabin Syrup or your favorite Another hard-to-reslst menu

?i ,' sauce. with chicken as the main course,
E5 Frown whipped topping has Is the roasted bird,as the family
All this 'iiuitv-ciimpii will think the hornless hal a heavenly gift many things! GOING FOR IT members invariably follow the
with tlP.RAI'I'1.II'hl'n Rhn pi-csrnU these bananas. They're sauced You can store It In the freezer trail of the aroma of poultry
in tho Kpli! mlor and softness of nutty-sweet Neufchatel cheese frozen food or
like other ..
any seasoning
and sweetened condensed milk, tufted with whipped heavy
eream.Add\ another tout'h of the tropics-there's toasted coconut keep It fresh in refrigerator The uses of spices and herbs s.
thl"'Iuah'lut-\\'lth a guava jolly accompaniment. for two weeks You can use It in this country date back to the
Heavenly BiimnMMnkm to frost your next cake-a !- Pilgrim fathers.
( alinitt 8 nerving*) quart container! will cover the Reportedly, when the early
ft mi Brand sweetened layers It Is also great as a England! they had with them
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1 1aM spoor| ncunsftuled condensed milk topping for almost any food small plantings of their favored
lemon juice I toasted coconut .
cup that you might serve; it adds herbs. The garden enthusiast, 4op
I teaspoon| rinnumon 1 cup ((1/2 pint) heavy
." b.bleegxemxbutter' ,melted cream, whipped a bit of glamour to gingerbread, John Josselyn visited the north
I m. (ont..hulfnfK: on. guava jollyhiinuniiH I rice pudding, apple pie, gelatin Atlantic coastal state In 1663 Serve A Dessert Souffle PEACHY RICE PUDDING
pegs) NiufchnUloicream desserts, or even cocoa. and made lists of some of the The familiar souffle can be,baked In a pastry shell for an unusual (Makes 6 servings)
rheesp,',1J'I For you calorie counters, this plants. It was discovered that delicious dessert The long slow baking called for in Vanilla
I ;'t bananas alien ( banana slices! in 2 (1-pound can) 1 undiluted! Carnation
; diagonally. Arrange. a frozen whipped topping contains herbs were important not only Souffle Pie produces a souffle of even moistness and light fluffy cups cup !!
buttered 1-1 r2 shallow 6 1/2 2-Inch baking dish.Siiinkle sliced peaches,
quart( (10 x x ) ; texture Serve immediately after baking, topped with a fruit Evaporated Milk
only 16 calories per tablespoon.Of for their food value but for Pesch water
| with lemon juice.Combine cinnamon and molted butter; syrup plus
If serving must be delayed the use of corn starch in the
bananas. Place in broiler about 4 inches from all furnish well. sauce too make 1 fcupseooKedric.
pour over pounce course, foods medicinal purposes u recipe makes it sturdy enough for reputing by warming It In cup
of lieal Broil until butter bubbles, about I 5 minutes. In a small calories, but some supply more Enterprising New England the oven 1 package: (3'/4 ounces) vanilla
clftrir i rnKei bowl, boat cheese at medium speed of electric than others. Remember when homemakers dried their own pudding and pie filling mix
'I Vanilla Souffle Pie
mixer until smooth Gradually boat In sweetened condensed milk
on low spool I of electric mixer.ResorvqJ tablespoons toasted coconut more calories are taken into herbs. They later crumbled 1 unbaked 9-Inch pastry shell I teaspoon vanillaS Drain peaches; reserve syrup. Add water to ayrup to make
fur garnish Add remaining coconut to condensed milk mixture your body than are needed, the few flavorsome leaves into tablespoons cern starch I eggs, separated 1 cup. Combine pudding mix syrup.water mixture and
,blond well Pour over'bananas. Bake in a moderate ((350F) leftover calories are stored as stuffings for wild turkeys, H cup milk, scalded 31 tablespoons sugar .
evaporated milk In Cook medium heat
saucepan. over until
about 15 minutes, until, milk mixture is set and i
oven or lightlybrowneL fat -and you gain weight. Ca venison and seafood dishes 4 tablespoons margarine Dash salt
Remove from oven. Cool Chill in refrigerator until mixture thickens and comes to a boll, stirring constantly.Cool .
ready to serve. Garnish with whipped cream and remaining the other hand, when you don'tconsume Meats to be stored for the Blend com starch and milk In saucepan. Add margarine Cook to room temperature. Dice half of peaches, saving
banana slices and coated with reserved coconut. If desired, serve enough calories you winter were either marinatedor over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture begans to other half for garnish. Fold diced peaches and cooked rice
ryjlh guava jelly lose weight. salted, and It was not too thicken and Is smooth Beat with spoon to remove any lumps
Into pudding. Mix well. Chill until serving time (at least
--- --- long before the news of the Remove from heat Stir In vanilla Beat egg yolks and sugar until
( 2 hours). Spoon into sherbet dishes. Garnish with remain.
thick and lemon colored. Gradually stir into com starch mixture.
delectable results of meats
EDGEWOOD Cook over very low heat, stirring constantly, 1 minute. CoolS ing peaches and half a maraschino cherry.
/ / AVE B STOSEJACKSONVILLE seasoned with herbs was ifllnutes Meanwhile, prepare pastry shell. Beat egg whites C-J16A Printed In .8A. (39)Chocolate
broadcast. and salt until stiff but not dry. Gently fold In cooled sauce Pour :
BEACH STORE Poultry seasoning, a spice into unbaked pastry shell Bake on low rack in 350 degrees F.
blend popularized by grand (moderate) oven about 50 minutes, until puffed. Serve with
OPEN SUNDAY earliest apricot dessert sauce Makes 6 to 8 servings
mother is one of our
Note: If not served Immediately, heat in 350 degrees F. (moderate -
-9 AJ.TO convenience foods. New ) oven about 20 minutes to repuff filling Serve Oraige DropsTreat '
MA England, its original site,leads Apricot Dessert Sauce: ,
SUPER therest of the United States In Combine 1% tablespoons corn starch I tablespoon sugar and H
6 P.K. the consumption of the herb. teaspoon salt In s small saucepan Gradually blend in 1 cup your children to Chocolate Orange Drops in
apricot! nectar, then add H cup light com syrup Stirring constantly
blend. cook over medium heat until sauce thickens, comes to ,their lunch box. The rich, flavorful cookies stay moist
WESTERN CENTER CUT1QRK Although poultry seasoning boll sod bolls 3 minutes Remove from heat. Add 1 teaspoon mar and delicious. Evaporated milk keeps the frosting:
was first packaged as an herb gamine ctlrrlng to blend. Makes 114\ cups creamy and smooth. The recipe makes enough for the
blend for stuffings for chicken [ whole family so enjoy Chocolate Orange Drops soon.
and turkey, modern homemakers Spice Quartets Are Zestiestlf Kept Cleat
>> CHOPS have, through trial and Here's1; an extra pair of the container -is kept 10.c'rUDU10111117 (Makes about 6 dozen 2.Inch cookies)

error discovered it has many available for the busy c clean' that com 1 cup shortening t cup undiluted Carnation

other uses These Include] uses a new epic dlap *tal,',odors are 2 cups firmly pecked..mow ',Ev.porred'lIIkJi.! ::: .>,, .
sprinkling into soaps, both! holds four different '! Whenever one spick brown sugar 4 squares'((1 ounce each,)
p { homemade and canned for ach !In Its st1est'U used up, the others should 2 eggs melted| unsweetened
enchantment; adding to cheese Any choice,can be emptied separately I onto wax 21A cups sifted flour chocolate
.... :: ;;.. dishes and meatloaf; and both either poured or er. The entire container teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons vanilla
\ J9SMOKE veal and pork.Chicken adjusting the cap be washed and dried. 1 teaspoon soda 4 teaspoons grated orange
... however, has some Spices will stay their rind
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BLUEBIRD JUICE plastic wrap and remove (109LB

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AQt BALFGAL. Rewrap in aluminum! foil or
SAUSAGE LB. freezer paper. For easy thaw-
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of the foil or wrap. When SLICED BEEF:
freezing whole, remove the :
giblets and wrap separately as LIVERLB.
CARROTS the latter deteriorates much : le

SON quicker. ,
Giblets should not remain in store that
the freezer longer than three
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t; 10 I chicken in the ice cube com-
LIMIT WITH LB. CELLO partment of the refrigeratoris
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chicken or other poultry in tl.b.loi.GIAHT.
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CAMPBELL ISOUP for 30 minutes or until thawed. .
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Meet.i The Busher Fashions At A Glance Ready Hot Babies. Have

Still "headliners": and doing evenings at smart resorts Id- A highlight of Designer Victor Water RangeProliferation .I Problems That. Can
a their "thing" art Pants Suit*, eluded come elegant pints suit tforls' Spring collection previewed -
; not because of..but In spite of... In her triumphal come-back in New York, was his -
some dining establishment's iprIng-summer collection rainwear. loris Include Be ,Washed Away
mld-vlctorlan management recently. "rain" pant cult. Some I
policies that deny admlttaBceto Irene',pant suit are tailored :-feature full-length coat In the i Among Infant, two of the most
women attired In pants tt*..< In linen and silk with leather- m-and-flar* silhouette. The prevalent and trying problem
and still another"bad scene"... Belted Jacket that Just barely coats go over full-legged pant I are cradle cap, which cover
where. the fit, cut and cost at cover the derrlere.She showed and have hemline slanted from a variety of scalp condition,
pant suit determines not only. pant also In jackets with front to back. One coat 1* lacedup and diaper rash.Strict wapand
whether a woman will be accepted leather bras and the back criss-cross style water cleanliness goes a long
.Ciipr. at many of the country' Some of her eveningpants suits' with leather. way toward preventing or _
top nightclub and restaurant, appear to be for daytime wear, But the attention-getters are helping to cure these condition '
4 In pant cult but Male approval until the Jacket 1* removed to '' .the FUR'pants..Jor the girl which do make a baby uncomfortable
well I reveal with and therefore fretful.A .
B u one-piece pajamas who has everythlngmoney! (
In Hollywood, dressy pant jewel-encrusted bathing cult that is.some are long and doctor will prescribe an
I suits art okay. Tight-fitting tops attached to the fabric pant some are short..but luxurious dntment salve or lotion If
capri pantsare taboo.A spokesman at the thigh. the white broadtail suit, scales appear on the scalp.
for one club, reportedly Yves Saint Laurent expressed To be most effective, these
topped off with a precious coat
said pant cult are perfectly the pants craze in exclusive of golden sablelTeenage I mould be applied to clean skin.
acceptable la the restaurant, geometrical print featuring i 'or the scalp, use the medica-
"but plain, old slack eat In dot forming a checkerboard look tion Immediately after the dally
the bar." effect alternating with a solid of foods requiring hot water to start bath. If more than one
In Chicago a night spot square. He carries out the same 'Black teenagers have a beauty or finish the cooking has resulted in a unique electric application a day is called for,
spokesman woman-said the theme fashionably In both coin book which concentrate on range developed by Frigidaire with its own hot water sponge wash and rinse baby's
club recently changed Us policy and polka dots or checks.These' problems of appearance and tap built into the control panel. Recent surveys show head first, Usually, scalp
and now admit women In print are used in pajamas for' conduct peculiar to Negro that convenience foods today represent about 70 problems disappear at four or
I evening clacks or pants suit*. evening, and In cardigan pants. lasses. "Let's Face It," cent of all purchased groceries.. Pushbutton per five months when body functions
"No blue Jeans!" suits, often topped by a three- written by fashion expert Elsie on control panel releases dispenser become more regular.Unfortunately .
Possibly the only place pant quarter length matching coat. Archer Is a briskly-written Pressing lip of 185-degree hot water. diaper rash Is
have not appeared 1* In church. Many tops are In the safari; gait' packed with sensible and tap also cup.or pan against trigger below the a threat that continues until
The Rt. Rev Monsignor and bush Jacket mood. realistic IDfor mattOD. hot water flow, allowing one-hand a toddler becomes toilet-
L William Drum operation. trained.
m. chancellor. I .
Archdiocese of St.; Louis said ----- -
Almar Rainwear has taken a fashion Idea from an old Vlark miniskirts are more of a prob-
Gable movie, tailored It complete with four large button-dowa 'lem In church, than pants. ,
pockets in a newly-developed Vttron vinyl-cloth material for a Pants, not only are becoming'
very chic Junior Miss rainy-day outfit. The process creates a Increasingly more popular for hAul YOU CAN SAVE
close mar tags between porous, water-tight vinyl and a special Informal wear, but they are l
glen plaid cloth. This results in a material that has the look of making the evening scene In l
luxury patterns, but resists dirt, acid and oil--and even mustard high fashion styles, fabrics and
and catsup. They called It a bush Jacket in the Gable movie. colors.
.Almar calls it the Busher. Part of the continuous and liv ALL WEEK.
growing popularity of pants,' Wi.
and perhaps the main ono .
Here's A New Way To Pop Corn pant are flattering to most .

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PAKE IIPowell mi 'AUIS SATIIDAY, MAIC1 20, 1IOProtfWfhrt

May RunFor I Jofcasoa Views Gives OB Historical Investment Baptists Close

York Mayor City's Pro Wes' Great Conveitloa Aid Retire:

New Councilman Earl Y. Johnson Dr. Sams To Goal Presidency
tbe Cmb ,
before Rotary
YORK The cusslons with a financial speaking i
NEW (NPQ) group tlr
of South Jacksonville this week, I
number of possible Negro about the balance he would need
candidates for mayor has risen reach $1 million. told the club members that the WINTER RAVEN The Mrs. H.B. Miller still further with Rep. Adam Political leadership in New poor. Black and white, are Progressive Baptist! State a was reelected to the
C. Powell's announcement that York City would be nothing new suffering because most laws Convention of Florida set sixteenth year as president of
he might run for mayor of to Rep. Powell whowas elected bar been designed to help those records last week in Winter the Senior Women's Missionary
this city. to the local City Council In In the upper brackets,the power Haven added a Women's. and Educational Convention.
TIlt Democratic Congressmanfrom 1941. structure.The Auxiliary and a Nurses Guild Mrs. Rosa Lee of Avon Park
New York said he would "Even If I don't I'1In. 1 will Jacksonville lawmakersaid to the state setup and made was reelected president of the
launch a mayoral drive If be make public my own blueprint "Vagrancy Ian an an 11 many progressive mo.e.. Junior Women's Missionary
can get $1 million campaign for New York by April T," be obvious tool for" police to deal This was the fifty-fifth annual Contention'
funds. declared adding that be would with the poor. The Councilman meeting and was considered by Issac Jones of Jacksonville
He said he has already been not resign Ms House seat if be pointed out that be bad never many to be among the most was returned to the presidencyof
pledged $525,000 If be makes runs but would if he woo the heard of any affluent Individuals enthusiastic as well uthemoJtprece4entestabUsblnl. the Layman's Brotherhood.
the race and Is having dl.f .- mayoral election. who ban been touched by S.M. Davis will be president
utalklngofrimnlngformayor, Implementation of vagrancylaws. The First Missionary Baptist emeritus.
: --"" ,' Powell Joins a list of announced Church hosted the sessions. Mrs. Rattle Alexander will
; : : : and prospective Black mayoral Attorney Johnson said that the Dr. J.C. Sams of Jacksonvillewas move into her ninth years as
candidatesTeiasState ad valorem taxes mitigate returned to the office of State Counselor Re,.T.B.Williams -
f < ftptt\ RepresentativeCurtis against the welfare of the poor. General President.One of Tampa will enter his
J 't Y. Graves is another The lawmaker deplored the second year as Chieftain to
HAIR possible mayoral candidate.The fact that the estate of a poor of the new groups Is the the Youth
i COLORINGHider is taken after the death M.A.B. Fuller
Black legislator Is being person Women's MIssionary Miss Sandra Faragut of Tampa
talked up as a candidate for of the person simply because Convention. Another Is was reelected president of Ute
mayor of Houston. He bad not the dead person received the Nurses'Guild Mrs.Dorothy Girls' Auxiliary. Bernard
i announced his candidacy but is welfare for years, and children Burroughs of Jacksonville was Barkley of Plant City was I
That GRAY, "seriously" considering the cannot pay the money back. chosen as president the reelected president of the J
Tin listing Way idea of running.In Continuing, Attorney Johnson Fuller Convention Shepherd Boys! League of the '.
/.,//KJ* 17.MinxlnI Atlanta, attorney MaynardH. pointed to the shame of giving Mrs. S.W. Grtmsley was Children's Convention. Mrs.M. :,
:dull i owe fmldl,,,,, hiir oven'bilnrk \ Jackson has formerly a poor person $82 per month seated as president of the M. Warren of Bowling Green, t
e"mu nile. IoubinR I subsistence and later of Nurses' Guild.
for : Fla. reseated the
rnil'mnt was as
mill 11I.'r"u'A' announced that be will be a I
.I will Hair liiulillnlil Ulnrinn want STRAND rub off candidate for vice-mayor In the charging him or her for BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Birmingham, Alabama Mayor George G. Sefbete, Jr. (left) and The new total of auxiliary general director of thladepartt.
units is
The eleven. This
1 ur weal lad. SnfeONLY with !Prr coming city elections. municipal services. poor businessman-philanthropist Dr. A.G. Gaston discuss opening of Gaston's new Citizens new total ment.
;.t mem''rryS'IRANIA; he said, pay the same flat rates. places the Progressive Convention Mrs L.C. Johnson was
\ Earlier he had been billed Federal Savings t Loan Association Building In downtown Birmingham. Citizens Federal
98 candidate for the He favored the elimination of and association formed in among the largest returned to her second term as
as a mayor of with assets of $9 8 million, is a totally Negro-owned managed
COMPLETE k< E charges for warranted cases. complete organised: state bodies president of the Ushers State
NOTHING 45 per cent Black city. Johnson 1957 to provide borne mortgages to "less affluent citizens of BirmlDgham"-mack and
",ELSE' TO BUY won widespread attention whet Police training In race white. Dr Gaston, owner of six other businesses Birmingham with total assets estimatedat In the nation. Union.
N -v* _S"sTRAND relations Is'aHvlsable, Johnson Rev. CA. Weaver, pastor of The meeting closed
he came closetodefeating $20 million said, "Our new building a symbol of Negro acblevement..We hope it will Sunday
H lRC Herman E. Talmadge in a race said. serve as an example to other Negroes of what is possible. And because we do serve our white Day Spring Baptist Church: of with the Mission Mass Meet-
Choice J.l BIKI of-5 BlKk natural- iORINi-i for U.s. Senator. He struck aJ| another sore In fellow citizens also, we think we have created a medium of unity. Gaston one of five ,Jacksonville presided for the Ing.
Medium" Brown- The black cllldidate noted that, local conditions,bousing Urban nominees world-wide for the Sertoma International Service to Mankind Award to be given twentieth time as guest chair- St. John First Missionary
r '. Ask for!:t.your ... during the Senatorial election, renewal on a massive scale is next, month in Toronto. He has recently published an autobiography, GREEN POWER all man. Baptist, Fort Myers, will be
he received 9,000 more votesIn needed. proceeds of which will support his Boy's Club which serves thousands of underprivilegedboys Mrs. Edna Hargrettewaselected host for the fifty-sixth annual
Atlanta than Talmadge. This Schooling has been white and in Birmingham. musician. Mrs. Hedy convention In 1970. Rev. J.L.
LESlim! OIEEIS! be said Floyd of Sarasota will be
showed Black and white Black in nature, ,speak ( assistant Stephens pastor
ing on education. He named musician for the parent By Yrs Albert J. Williams,
Atlantans in
JlII!-SnnSf! me,
Jackson said. Cugene: Butler, located next to I Mooting I Brenda Cason Gives body. director and secretary

Go with HEP a slum area, an object of abUse!! The H and H Saving Club will
Charles In other Evers mayoral bas candidacies announced, noted and vandalism.the lawmaker Another, Is betweena school meet March 29 at 8 p m. with No.St. Paul 1 will sponsor Usher a silver Board tea Piano Concert At Twelve Will Systbelize Smelt

into the nether plans to run for mayor of slaughter boUt and a dump.In 23rd Mrs Roth Street.Sheffield Mrs., Butler 1471 East Is March 30 at R.L. Brown, 540 I

world of theHOMO ,Robinson Fayette, Kiss.has And disclosed Julian his K. Johnson conclusion visualized, Councilman a confrontation president.reporter. Mrs. M.L. Polite Is will Acosta speak street.. Rev.Madam E.E. Wright Tayloris New Bethel AME Of Yeir With Hostesses

mayoral ambitions in Jersey between the "Haves"and pastor.St.

City N.J., where he is health the "Havenots" if Rev. B.H. Hartley will give the Miss Brenda Cason was presented One of the major church-social Calendar Table.

and welfare director. problems are not solved. principal March 30) at address the Macedonia Sunday Paul AYE Church will be by the Sarah McGinnls events of the year is approach Mrs. M. Jones Is coordinator.Mrs. .'
the scene, Sunday afternoon at Missionary Society of the New Olivia Harrell is chair
Spotlight Oi Sports Baptist Church. The occasion: logOn
Head about themin Sunday afternoon April man. Mrs. O.M. Rooks. win
Is the combined anniversaryof 3 p m. of the fifth Sunday mass Bethel AME: Church In a piano
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 the deacon and deaconess meeting of the Florida Conference recital,Sunday, March 23. 20, beginning at J.30 p.m. the serve as hostess.
a 10-part series politicians realize now that Black people can continue to think of boards. Deacon C. Paul Is P.J. McIntosh is presi- A large and appreciative Sarah McGinnls Missionary Other services at the church the'
will feature March SO
dent. audience heard the Society of the Bethel AYE: ,
themselves If ,they are going to make this dream of theirs a chairman. Rev. W. Burgess youngartist.Miss Hour.
Church, Rev. E. Jones, pastor,
reality. They realize they must lend their influence distinction pastor. Regina Jones presentedthe
in HiP directdescendant
Magazine Other will, through Its hostesses and Miss C.V. Moorehead,
Eugene Butler High's Falcon- participants ;
and power to the efforts of the group, if anything Is to be ac-
Holsey CME Church,1200 East Miss officers, welcome the hundreds of the family of
hettes ,and the YWCA Dance were Rosemary
complished. One person can't move a mountain-but there'sstrength 3rd Street, Rev D.A. McEhrln founders of the church will be
starting in the in togetherness Group will present their annual ScrIven, Miss Barbara Cason who will attend the annually-
pastor, will celebrate Family Miss heralded Sarah McGinnls Missionary the principal speaker. ,
Miss Ramona
No, It is not true that Black athletes have done more than "Swing Into
lay Music will be reminiscent of
Sunday beginning with the .Spring", March 31 at 8 In Valerie Mallory, Miss LaRose Society Calendar Tea.
April issue! else in bringing about first-class citizenship for Black people.If p m.
: Sunday School. Butler's Jones, Miss Renee Scrlven, A big feature of the tea will\>t''the' the loclet.ftortl., ,
less gym featuring tap,
anything they seem Influential than Blacks in other fields. .
Black athletes have Holy Tabernacle, Ninth and ballet, Jaxa and modern dance. Miss Sharon Bruton Miss presentation twelve
made and in
On Sale at personal achievements some Pearce will babies twelve On the same day Miss Valerie
your observe Bishop's Mrs. Lottie V. Donaldson Rosemary Scrlven Mrs. Malanlff popular sponsors
cases a great deal of money.Now they need to put that distinction ,
Mallory will be beard at 5
Day Sunday,March 30.A special Jones. and twelve popular hosts and p m.
Butler dance Instructor
to work for the best Interest of all Black will
people by playing a
f NEISSTARI Ml! more' active role In the game of survival of Black people.. program will be given. be in charge. Rev. ElIsha Jones is pastor.. hostesses each presiding at a Mrs. Serena Tolbert ls sponsor.
r I Mrs Queen Bruton and Mrs

.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'II.I'.I'lllllllllilllllll l FOR SENT Gladys offering.Cason supervised_ the Your C..ell. Ladies Clib

''Il I I I. I Furnished Apt. Married respectable Officers of the society are:
1 ,
, 1 Prices Good Only At'Ihi'i TOOTHACHE couple only. 1779 Mrs. N.A. Jones, coordinator Good Health 1

.7 tout iufftf nllnt Spires St. Ph. JM-9948. Mrs. Olivia Harrell, president; Plus Hut. April 1Tbe
! 1 J U. ft lisliuW 1 ORA pain.IEL.In onsets Many: dentists as mllllws I recommend do with Mrs Beatrice Zelgler, first When a mother goes through
1 ecinr ORA.Jl until you get INCOME Til vice president Mrs. Minnie with nine months of expectant
fliils Struts Camella Ladies Club willmeet
i proflllJonal treatment .nr L. Davis, second vice president waiting for her baby shenaturalTy
:.wB.erel/i,,. WHY NOT HAVE YOURS Mrs. Birdie Malbory wants him W be Thursday night April 1,
I ,
\ 21sl i Nyrtle 1 ,.oro.jel'DO in the home of Mrs
JIr: 1t: ; secretary; Mrs. A. Beatrice perfectly formed. Despite this Mary L.
DONE AT HOME? 531 Church
Wright Street
1 '33r' A Macriet'Edlerred Williams, financial secretary; hope birth defects used to occurin at
1 8 Mrs A.M.
You set the time (pay or Mrs. -Earlene Watkins, assistant about 2S per cent of all p.m. Kartsog IIprtlldeDt.
1 Are financial secretary; Mrs. .babies. This figure has been ." i
I you NEED HELP HYYa Morehead Sick Committee .
save transportation E.E. cut to about 1.5 per cent, according -
1 e FRIDAY March 28 I II you HAVE A PROBLEM No waiting line and Mrs. Gertrude Morse to recent estimates. Jacksonville Barbers
Be relaxed and look at TV publicity. Precise. figures are .Impossible -
1 They come for many reasons; KJWup There are approximately 40 because it is hard to
I l tkre WED., April 2 I sick, troubled debts, nervousness 715-4141 members. draw a firm line between Plan Muting for
money problems, and call serious defects and variations I
t..WI.I'.I' " "" "' .'
, domestic troubles. Some have After 4 p.m. fORi RENT that are of little Importance.

I w lEI Distilled In Scotland ;I' I, been able to buy homes, cars, Furn. apts.:Hot and cold water. Furthermore, some defects April 'IS
pay off old bills, get Jobs and I present at birth do not become
1.15 Electricity furn. On bus line
\ ; even pay their children's way FOR SALE NOW! I i 384-7354. manifest until weeks or even
CLAYMORE I through college and go into years later.In The Jacksonville Barbers'
business of their own NOISE FOR RENT' any case, there Is every Association will meet Wednesday
1 All your problems, all your FIA reason to believe that the April 2, at Coles BarberShop
SCOTCH .heartaches, your sickness your 'I "" 3 bedrooms living room, bathroom present Incidence of birth defects Kings Road and Spires,
troubles could be very well 'I.uailt.l, IP" kitchen Hot and cold can be further reduced. at 8.30 p.m. Business of vital
: I over with this adapted prayer 'water. Gas equipped.Furnished This requires recognizing and Importance will be discussed I
I ti on faith and belief. OWN HOUSES $60. Unfurnished $4'. IS'll avoiding known causes. About Eugene R, Sawyer reporter I
way I Jesus said: tf two of yoa shall Martel Street.FORNISIED. 17 per cent of women who
1 agree on earth as touching any- IN contract German measles in
I =nrxKncor!. 399 I 'thin, that they shall ask it APARTMENT the first third of their pregnancy -
: II' 4'99' ,
shall be done for them the ,WASHINGTON HT$. will give birth to babies. WILL JACKIE I1NDIEI.En'l
5ths word agree means blending out For rent. Near bus line and with defects.
:.1 ; ,' 1 faith and our desire for v.Riii-lifriintir. shopping center, No children.Ph. Various drags when taken In
I ip| specific purposes, it is faith Ij. 354-4049. the early months of pregnancy IILLEII!
; I- .I"I'.I'. I"IIII'I'IIIIIII'I'III.I act that will move God notably Quinine anticoagulants
:I If. lipirtid Fru Fiats 1 to perform miracles., ,Liw Miitklr. ri>iiit: FOR SALE Iodides and various bormone> An astrologer think,
I You ',
can write for your prayer I fetiroom $51.55 Sherwood Forest. 3 DR., 1-1/2 can also cause deformities.The //
I 5.". I and addressed lessons today. Send a self J 8 Bedroom $58.68 bath, carpet, fenced back yard, following rules for prospective so-and this year! ,
Jacques Cardin ] envelope along witha 4 Bedroom $66.81 beautiful shrubbery. Mtg. 10Jl'1. mothers will go a long
I #.OO.clOllat1 to: old. 4-3/4 % Int. $78 mo. way toward Insuring a normal. .'
RSV L. BATTEN I t'p. .s2511111! healthy baby:

: French 1 P.O. Box 1178 3 BR., 1 bath, pretty yard.Mtg Before marriage get the vacclnations -
:1 Brandy I Pompano Beach, Florida' ,VULCAN INC.7003KenKnliditDr. .. 10 yrs. old 4-3/4 int.$68 mo. for all tilt common HUMANS FOR SALE))

Jq. Visit Our prayer and blessing, Infectious diseases against
I I Benke. Call Area Code-aoj 3 BR., 1 bath, built-in RIIO. which such protection Is avail $5 a heads 'i r
:' t m. 348-Pomoano Beach, FIa *, 768-347U fenced yard, patio. $56 90 and able.
'''.'' ';,:..o ; DOUG COOt< Bkr 765-4529/ Keep physically fit and place
yourself under, the can of a 80 you think
3 9 9 NEEI HELP doctor as soon as you suspect

:1f5ths! I N -.O.T.I.-C.. that yon are pregnant. slavery is dead? ':*.
LOVE Money Problems? Don't take any drags during
The FLORIDA STAR will not be on sale Let Me Help You. I pregnancy unless they areprescribed n
.r. Strictly Confidential. '. by your doctor. "1 'Slavery :

1 IU Bottled Scotland I at the following KOZY KORNER Stores WAMSAIDE Dept. IS If you go to a specialist who V
80181Roodebosch is' not an obstetrician for some South America' and ,
) Cape unrelated complaint be sure to'
::1 cmTEACHER'S I until farther notice .South.Africa tell him your an pregnant.
m Dan demand drags fof every see wrong yon'can

:: ,1 .. .. I 301? Mucriif, lnM412 Mutual In.1033 .- FOR MEN AND WOMEN minor discomfort.
Be tar your doctor and your bet)
I SCOTCH I Nirtl Myrtle Atiin-040 Flirili Ann IF ALL AGES dentist know that you are pregnant
when they order aa X-ray
nwe These stores have refused to sell Take New IMPROVED NATURE lamination. Avoid having a Both these,atones
TABLETS-for that tired, tn general anaesthetic if any .
YOUR FLORIDA STAR. So Save yourself I I enjoying life performed. And, finally, have
3 5thsl 695. 'a trip to the KK Stores and fell 100 Tablets $100; lOb Tablets yow mm and your husband's of SEPIA at your
$5.00. $1.00
1 deposit on COD'S. Bit blood group checked. H aa
EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES Incompatibility exists, steps
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