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:
May 10, 1969


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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a Tradition In

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has done it againl '

southern Tradition culturesuffered and historyand ABERNATHY FREED;

Onockout blows this week when
a Black Man, In the deep soutl
city of Chapel.: Hill., N.C.j alto

of the great, noble and internationally -
known University of
North Carolina ,cit}. of more
whites than blacks citadel oi 'MARCHES SUNDAY

.,southern education purveror otn
; 'ejud'ce at Us worst, bjecameme 0
first of his race lobe elected S
as a full-Hedged mi\yor.1I'IDn1n1 i f.* *** ** ******.

over Poland Gduz.: white UNC X. : Hospital Leaders
man, In a tight,'but victorious Atty.Mattkews .Students Qilt'

Howard Lee, J4,. Jubilant but Leeds li Fight
at the same times.cautions, is ) Seek Arbitration School lilitegntioi
that man.
Lee is employee relations director d litegntioiMIAMI Tiff
at Duke University,nDurham. '
During Ihe meeting BattleCHARLESTON SARASOTA-The "Freedom
He felt that the two years- of the Diocese, of the Episcopal' In 6-Week School" approach In education

head of him may be trying' ;WASHINGTON-Lance Corporal Melvin D Frailer on April 29 was presented the buyer Star Church South members of a .have moved to the state :of
How I perform could have a Medal for "Conspicuous gallantry In Action", in Vietnam by the Commandant of the Marine Black Episcopal Church, the S.C. The neighborhood Florida. _
heavy bearing on the political Church of the Incarnation,: I A nine-member cltlsans committee This week InSarasota' Black*
Corps General Leonard. Chapman, Jr. The presentation In the Commandant's Washington, protests of the bD'jlUal.lril.ra ,
,future of other Negroes," Lee D.C. office recognised Corporal Fraxler's individual valor In the face of an attack by large pledged to stick together to'.ee in Charleston against two state, named by the mayor teachers, Black citizens and
said He continued ,"H I do North Vietnamese Army force against marine positions near the Khe Bash Just south of Vietnam that an Important resolutloo'of hospitals has gained In impetus met with authorities of the state parents, planned for a hug,
good Job it will paye the way Demilitarized Zone. Corporal Frailer is the son of Mr, and Mrs David M. Frailer, Jacksonville the convention is carded to' .u wen U law.DforcementfromI medical hospital and talked change oteduc atlonalactios.
for others to present' themselves Fla. Defense Dept Photo fruition and not end in!"high- the local constabulary by phone with representatives They mach plans for Freedom'
for office" tYUtne.CorimA"StiAkers" ,So.-','I Sounding,,words on paper.1 I I 1 On Monday d this week policein ,ot. the.more than 400 strikers Schools to protest the closing
Lee enters his'aev ttuitles '' :Attorney :. was released from '
upon Abernathy
"hus.Ltattbeewwee' I Charleston turned back more "of Negro schools in Satasota
MODdaJ"r State' liwyer8'Sly member, .the Jail. Judge Clarence Single- 'County. .Schools opened Tuesdai e
r new mayor said,further; Break that others and he will strive tary delayed ruling oa the cue The planning Concurrent with
'There are some very angry ,to see put Into action the thought for five more days, pending the boycotting of the sUiool: ,'
people in Chapel Hill I got White Mil that I the disadvantaged shouldbe written arguments"on the law. board
several telephone calls last encouraged to participate in Y 7 Abernathy came out on $500 On Sunday the Newtowa
night of the type In which the Laws And Must Be the solutions of their problemsand ; bond to lead the protesters. Citizens Committee set up the
caller remains silent, breath- Shot Tci KillA )also emphasized the need again. *' boycott Jerome Stevens presK
lag Deeply into the phone, try- of carrying Into action the responsibility According to Rtv. Andrew dent of the almost all-Black
ting to sound ominous' 65-year-olj white man wenton I \ of Christianity to Young, Dr. Abernathy plans toremain Newtown area, revealed that
However Mayor Lee said he is Punished For ActsNEW trial this week'ln' the Duval insure equal opportunity for, In .tbe.cltJ unfll! : the'termination Negroes have' been'angered"bv>
familiar with such actions, Removed County Court on a first degree jobs education and for boullne.1fcb.UfCb of negotiations..The the decision of the school board
formerlyaU-white; murder indictment because of submitted the minister has planned to call In to close all schools In the Negro
neighborhood three years ago ORLEANS:-United States Supreme Court Justice Thurgood the pistol slaying of a Blackman resolution. reinforcements, In view 'of the area and bus students to white
He plans to track the calls down., Marshall, In a powerful and provocative address at Dillard on New Tear's Day of The lawyer said that housing tact that Governor McKelthera schools :::
if they continue.' University last week, lashed out at lawbreakers and concluded 1968. laws are not too effective He has tried to avoid the issue by .There is even a plan Jo move
According to press releases, that they should be punished Wilbur Harry Lee, white is said a"thrust" is needed. Quoting a state law. an entire elementary'school
Lee's victory wu not unexpected the man A Jury was chosen At ,the same meeting the The strike has occasioned the building from Newtown.Stevens
Justice ltersbaul!,, speaking at 'there are Just u many"stinkers" Monday and some testimony convention received, and, presence of 1,000 stats troopers .categorized this u the "f1. a1
event here Black
Ten per cent of the 'town's an anniversary In the race given in the court of Judge adopted a resolution calling Ahernatny mentioned that straw.!' '.:
12,500 residents are Black Dr. further said, "Anarchy Is u in others Henry. Martin, Jr. discrimination In private clubs there always room for compromise Stevens said, "WedecidedtUtwe
Reglnal Hawkins Black candidate -. anarchy and it nukes no d1lfer.ace : The occasion for the Jurist's In two former trials Juries "a serious moral Issue" Theroters REV DAVID ABERNATHY in a non-violent didn't i want our schools
who it it ,
{ for governor, received its practices ., if .appearance was the centennial were not able to vote took a stand against movement He said that it might closed We need schools la'our
It Is sad it
votes In the last Democratic primary bad should be punished punishable." .of Dillard. predominantly! unanimously u to guilt or non- practices which bring about than 100"chanters-as 1l seemed be possible for a new way out neighborhood U much as whites
Lee supported Hawkins BlackCooncilwoman's. guilt separation of races to be found In that the decided to the kids
An overflow crowd was present that negotiations of some sort negotlajors do. We pull
to the eminent speakerand Last December it was reported Several delegates opposed the;: might get under way Police might agree to handling out and keep them out until we
.... greet that there wuonly; one d1sI I allocating of $50,000 for work their satisfaction -
-- -- him times Chief John Conroy stood la the grievances.Dr. got some "
applauded many
seating vote However, In the Black area, Liberty City also remarked well all
Abernathy The
his He middle of the street to be used boycott was nigh
during speech. was givena '
A Black First standing ovation at the con- Information was not presentedastowbetherthemaJoruyvoted. I and in. ghetto projects In other by the paraders and told them that he had been served the It was intended! to be.
clnsloh of his message.: 'I I areas "This Is too big a group to go poorest of food. Be has been Of the county's 2,800 Black
Home Ransacked for or against Matthews called attention to : IS times. He said he was, students 447 attended
The lawmaker, first!. Black disorders': down King Street. at this time Ailed only
The Negro, Sam Sharp, was a 1 the Kerner report on *' la
Nine Men la Washington of day" kept a ooe-Daa cell la the classes Later, others Joinedthe
the -
among cook at a motel restaurant on I In the area. Since no positive maximum ;
security ward next to ranks :
Councilwoman Mary Singleton One parader Hggested Conroy :
"Race Is not
Road. The fatal action I has been taken, Attorney said
excuse for not keeping op your reported to police that her home New Kings sing a freedom song with them. hardened criminals. Ha wore A Freedom School, It Is ,
bout properly, nor is race anexcuse was entered by thieves Saturday Incident Issildtoharenappened I Matthews, a former United: The chief declined, saying I'm a denim suit, red and blue knit 'will. cost about $5 I 400 per day.,
1 I Ian Hates District felt
at 1 attorney
I p m January following
,for not keeping your past and ransacked. no singer I'm a policeman" .,shirt, baby blue cloth shoes and Dr. ThomasGullfordsuperintendent
the two. I I hal forward move must be'l
r Children In school even though ,Mrs. Singleton discovered the argument between a The Blacks returned to Negro "white socks when arrested Toe of Saratoga schools,
Sharp suffered two bullet, .1 nade.i I l took time to letter said that the boycott costs about
they may still be segregated" breaking in upon her return to leader( : pen a
'' wounds from a meat cleaver for the local $2 pupil each day hi state
Thousands heard the speaker her home at about 10:30 p.m newspapers per .
'say, "Certainly, so far u race Cash taken amounted to $200. Lee claims be fired in self For The Best He urged ministers to get intous assistance. -
problems and minority rightsgo Two television sets, a fur coat, defense. The state attorney : action. The superintendent explainedthe
the problems are not yetsolved food items; 1,000 feet of home contended that, Lee was reason for the possible
and I nave no Idea when movie film, a tape recording of deliberate In Invading the 'W..s.llIc', moving of the elementary school
they will be, but there has a TV program, were taken. restaurant, armed with a pistol.' ; building He said the complexwill
been some progress." In addition to that, an appointment with the precise purpose of be used for special education -
Continuing the jurist opined book was missing. killing Sharp. little. For Rightsli setup and for a kindergarten
!that those Blacks who are under center for the northern half of
Minor Hams Tani tier Hires First \ ;
pressure should say, ""Look : county .
Editor William Jackson of
do what want to
man, you you .
60 lad rfl do what I want to do,' Hick M ForT Fire Depirtneithired the Weekly Bulletin, a Black
.. United States
but don't ten me I have to do I Journal., said the paper would
Blacks and whites are battling serve u Headquarters roe
'DR. LUCJOUB BARKER, what you want me to do Just city of Jacksonville has its first Negro fireman 'ca campuses disrupting' the boycott and would Issue
because you said it." Mayor Hans Tuner, Jr. annoi.Smith meed the hiring of George H.G. classes
Barker above As to the philosophy thatpointed to with the fire, destroying furalturr., special editions to keeptheBlack '
Dr. LuclousJ. ;, .. a post city department.It's and
even attacking faculty: c I till II advised :Se
professor of political science out that Black is not Smith has successfully passed !bopon me new.ouon could members la what might well mentioned more than normal
and assistant Chancellor at the the only color. Ui'said that the Civil Service test for fireman be operation- Jane 1. become aa epidemic of dissent'No pollcelng of the area but said
University of Illinois, Urbena Amerlcaas who are Black the first of bis to do -
area of the company IsImmune no trouble was expected _
has been named the first Edna number Jut u many beantlfal so. He Is to begin work May 10 Myrtle St. "Argument'Ends '
Characters ...others and that ;, DO college. is free New college students will be
Flschel Gellhora UniversityPrdeisor and will be assigned to either'afire from the possibility. '" assigned to teach regular act*
of Public Affairs at station or toe fire depart. In ( 'i At Howard University! students demlc elu.e.1a.'tIii proposed
Washington! University, St. tfeldoiScioolSceieOf ment school for recruits StabbingEugene In sociology and anthropology schools until the boycott lej

i Louis according to Chancellor1 Smith lives at 7111 KeaKnlght Kennebrew, 41/was 1 j occupied the computer 'resolved, according to.the

Thomas H. Eliot Dr. Barker Drive. charged win Intent to commit + f operations center for a short Journalist and editor, ,. .,.,.
,will Join the faculty there In Alleged StabbingAn i Mayor Taniler also announced murder earlier this week. time. Boycotts of some classes A new' march has bean aleaaeed -
September. He will have the plans for another fire station, j"N"V
Investigator WR Geiger Monday. i I for lIah)'. The
,title of professor of political unnamed Black Doy was to be called the Floradale arrested Kennebrew Tuesday At Alabama State College ;I other's Day March scheduled
science.: The chair: Is in' memory classmate allegedly at stabbed by a: Volunteer Fir Department B. and placed him in the Dumb Blacks\ demanded the reslgna-for i j Washington has beta swtt-.
of Mrs Edna Flschel Gellhorn, James Weldon will be the first all-Negro Ucla of Dr. Levi .
Johnson Jislor County Jail, with bond set at i Watson led 4 to the South Carolina city:
190, one of St. Louis's most High School volunteer station. Mayor 1000. jtf ; president They vowed, after 'RM minister Is oat oa $500
distinguished civic leaders. B Tusday. Taniler caned this, along with 1innebrew '<, arrests In
Is charged YuII'the capitol city to 1 1re *11. Thousands i are expected.L ..
was announced In April 1MB According to reports, the the appointment of Smith, U a assail of SS-year-old ,i mala In Jail so U to "flit it :
when Chancellor revealed the young man was stabbed In the real ''brt throuah la. race Rogers bees of SS11 Stuart 'TALLAHASSEE, Fla. John' Itorwood, special representative' up" Tempers were high at !the --_.'
back with -
creation of the Edna FlschelGtllhora treated a fishing knife.He was relations the city." Street reported m satisfactorycondition !lot the Royal Crown Cola Co, southern tone,pretests the bat Highland Park College of High-
Fund and University Devil Medical An aide to the mayor says at me Duval Medical '"all around yearbook award". to Yvonne" Mitchell, co-editor of lead Part Mich. At the: :
Professorship of Public Affairs Center. exact location of the Dentation I Center. the Carter-Parramore High School yearbook. The award was University) of Chicago a faculty' ,1 \I /t
u a result of a generous gift The suspected assailant. was has aot been determined 16 According to Investigator presented during" the 1W Annual Florida AAM ,University lm ember was whipped -
from donors who wlshto remahianoaymous ,booked Javenlle a Shelter the Dm' County toped to obtain bad at Mpyia, Geiger, Jones was stabbed as kt encbo lasticAsaonpresided Press Workshop Miss Mitchell, a scalar, is apparently' because he sided :- '
charged with Street sad HosM Drive,now the abdomen during Saturday of the Carter-Parramare Stadei Governed with the Students .for Demo-'
Washington University Photo aeasH owned.Jar lilt Methodist Ckurch. argameat critic Action.

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Published fy the Florida Star Publishing Company '- SUPREME 1954HSTORICAL ,WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.

MEMBER jjI : f1 couRrI The current controversy about violence on television some.
/ abtt 1111J. If there U excessive violence on
$ :I I (i DECISION tilt 1etJ eTreens, there to also excessive violence to oar

The brutalities shown on some TV shows dont begin to
NEGRO PREMMEERNATIONAL compare to tilt brutalities of oppression faced by millions

I I SOME RESULTS cI poor people every da1.
THUS FAR: Television ts like a mirror held lIP to oar society. 0 the
image If sick, it's easier to blame the mirror than curt

ERIC 0. SmrSOILJm.lXS lnl.I'IILIA Yl r tilt J1IDeIi. .
: r4 lilt that cIots.'t mean broadcaster don't ban a special
VOOTER..CIICIUTIOR respsIWlUyto the rest of Weir Job teat Just peck-
I iVP7LP2iJt4 aging programs so they can sell cigarettes ud gasoline
"", ')00 In eomnerclals.
MAILING ADDRESS They use the public airwaves and so are resjtonslble to
to the public Lord Thompson a British press lord who expanded -
2323 IU'C.Iff, ( ROAR Into TV stations! once 'said, "A TV license is a license
,, to print money.' .

.t.... BOX 5!) JACISIRTIUi FL8IIIA "3211MOKE ." ..... Aloof with the responsibility to the real owners of the air.
1Eg6 ..... ... wares the public comes the responsibility for controlling
: a of communication. There are more
such powerful medium
-'_ 354.S7I2MIAMI t.. ,t&61'& telveslon sets In America than there art bathtubs-some
t' .
r n 00. .. 10 million sets In 57 million homes.
St' 5 .. 'l "' s:
OFFICE 5011 ..., 711' AYE. Of'I; 'i "j"S. : So broadcasters have to ue this Immense power construetlrely. -
,,1".M.t 45 \ ', Since the prime burning question of oar time Is that
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e 11 PHOXE' I'i"A A plGti a .. \t ;:; of race relations they hare to use the airwaves to communicate
751-3179 ;,. -( peW"lf to their viewers Important.aspects o;.this great,social

,wr.. SUBSCRIPTION! RATE ,' 01'I NQ AR 1t NoN problem.
w Not only must they educate white Americans: about the nature
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One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Mailed To You: 'I '1 &'J, & / of the problems of poverty racism and urban decay

Anywhere In The United States tr O I' flse "but they've got to show black people and especially. black
'J' youth, that the airwaves are theirs, too.
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Subscription Payable In Advance ;....,.J'" ri 5 S of
e 5 Some stations are doing a pretty good Job hiring Negro
Send! Check Or Money Order To:'FLORIDA STAR-P.O.: BOX 690: : I} OLl i C STU tJ actors and newsmen, while others support special documentary
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.: 1'P1V' programs that Inform the public. But by and large
JACKSONVILLE/FLORIDA> 32201 ;"< .. ACt CJ1 oJ. TV has a long way to go before it fully uses its potentloal
v..., for Instructing a mass audience and It fully utilises the talents

.\ of black people. ,
: THE TURN POINTI Some stations won't even go half-way; their microphonesare
No Easy Course To Equality AROUND opened to racists and their studios closed to blacks.
The Federal Communications Commission, the regulatory
Dr. Donald W. Whusenhunt; In the Civil Rights Digest No. 1 IIfIt. Ifff /' agency that licenses stations ought to'revoke'the Ucesse of
of Winter 1969 has writteD a provocauve cOllUlleDtarr of Equality. any station that discriminates In this manner.
The Digest offers these articles to the interest of stimulating '.A TV license or a radio license Is a.pibllc trust..often the
thdfeht on various issue particularly pertinent to civil rights.. Ylril I recipient gets It by making lavish promises of all the good
Parts of the article are presented here. programs he'll put on, promises most often broken. It ls
"Recent 'cIYII 'rights developments in Kentucky seem to runt an insult to black Americans and to other minorities to have
xamiliar courses: one senses that,as in race relations nationwide such stations use the public airways-their
a vaguely continuous struggle goes on, new laws and policies '- I Insult them. '
build up, and wrongs are righted. But the remarkable But It shouldn't! even be necessary for the government to actin
and unexpected progress to Kentucky actually points to a distortion 1 this way.. The large broadcasting networks ought to lay
to this unilateral account for violence and racial ten- HOROSCOPE GUIDE down the law to their own affiliates.-discriminate or abuse
'.111I are greater today In the Blue Crass State titan they have ... your license, and we'll drop yon from our chain.
teD In a decade." I Industry always complains when government steps In and
"The racial tension and scars of violence which have occured a i-. lays down tough rules. The way to avoid that Is for the Industry
ire due partly to a strong reaction among those who feel that By PABLO: The ASTROLOGER I to do the kind of self-regulation that will make ,
:(5a much has been done too soon. The national tone of political ; government Intervention unnecessary.
rand social upheaval to 1968 bred fear and resentment among Of course, the networks have a long way to go themselves,
many groups both white and black. Whlttblacklash baa not predictably I especially In the hiring of black mangment u well as black
with renewed Negro mlUaI! ) ,. .r : .WHICHARE LUCKY DAYS ". :T:};: craftsmen and on-screen personalities.A '
"But the roots of the problem go deeper. Kentucky may be ;.:. .. r '; work force survey In New York, the capital of the broadcasting
viewed u a microcosm of the whole Nation In terms of the I Industry found that Negroes and Puerto Weans
seemingly contradictory events In civil rights to be found : made up less than I percent of the Industry workforce,'
there. State and local governments have taken progressive action, FOR compared to' their 25 percent share of the area's population.
yet bitterness and resentment have flared at the grass roots. .A similar surrey In Los Angeles showed" an even worse re.:
An atmosphere of racial ambivalence breeds unrest In the State, cord.
symbolising the dilemma of the Nation. ,,' It's time the Industry started,playing for.keeps. The racial
"In 1967 attempts to enact an open bousing code to Louisville, ,..,:..., .BUSINESS-LYE-JRAYEL| ? .L\; 1 'i.'u: :::1. I problems facing us are to serious' fW'anything but alt-'(>
resulted in delays demonstration, and destruction of the city'sreputation. f. f out"commitment.'" I'd like to see the FCC make racism In ,
In the first half of 1967 Rev, A. D. Williams King 'IIIIIII.I.lIIIIJf'I.lI.lIIIIIIIfIII.I .llllllillllll.I.lIII.lI"'lifES broadcasting Its top concern for 1969* And I'd like to seea
pastor of the largest Negro Baptist church In Kentucky or black J man named' to the FCC to help. keep. every one
ganised marches In Louisville and led a fight for open bousing. honest. '

"In rural areas, cries of "outside agitators' "communist CANCER LIIIAIII .CAPIICIIIIIIN
inspired leftists' challenged further progress; nevertheless, In .
1968 the State passed an open housing law. IflM..MAICI IIIR JIBE !, SEPT. IEC.

Umferl"The bill, the has State brought Convulsion gradual on but Human risible Rights changes reported last more 8ep- 271" 'Pill" 1t' 22al JILT 22i. 23ri.ICT.. 2Jfl \ lliJAR.. 1911Who's'a'friend The College Student Speaks

Negroes than ever before were mo'lDclnto previously allwhtte Jt'. the truth. That anyone can Do a little better It to only It's got to be good.Should anyone ? tt's an absolute who- rwdo: weekly duty of !
neighborhoods without! Incident. find the way in this world of human to step back occasionally be Attempting to sell the must to know for sure c S seem to be easy.isasffiKffSK
Civil rights in Kentucky have not remained static in recentyears confusion and contradictions to admire oar own Idea that good Investments or lean. be trusted before making. to his relatives? Even filling out ODe Income tax 11 a form
; they have moved forwards. But tension between the be considered a near creations or aelevemento. No fiscal policies should be I free with personal confidences.There ; of "writing"
.races still exists. matter how wonderful switched to other that bold are Indications that anything who have regular
miracle. And with self-in they may in ; columns 10 Jet out don't'usu
"Civil rights activity In Kentucky remains paradorlcal. far too many risks reject tt JOt may be revealing hard to
terested groups and Individuals 4 really be, or we think they are, make their dead1lDe. For writers
Progress has been made; the passage of open housing the deliberately eluding Issues for we should not cease trying to' off hand without any further being repeated: and, perhaps, renetally u anxious to get something off their art
establishment of Negro history courses the election of a selfish.... till possibility of better them oven more. The ado. And to people who claim distorted u it Is being passed, typesetters are to gobble 1QJ the writers' copy. epists. ,
Negro mayor (the State's Drat) to Glaagow. and greater Integration getting anywfere near the truth laws of nature demand that we that sentiment to "old bat"and ... Be eapecla11JcaaUouaabout Almost all or 111 have a lineup ofvallalns .
of public facilities.. At the same time... and perhaps U rendered all the more difficult should aim for perfection, even has no place In this modem I I' telling anybody exact figures'regarding and we can always write aplost Something Invadable andacapeioaamini
as a result of "official" tension flares. world tt could very well be finances a week that happens
progress-racial If not Impossible. The when It to obvious that we cannot would make us indignant. ADd
The circumstances: surrounding civil rights In Kentucky chance of accomplishing something achieve It In our time, or even, told that they don't know what l resources ft could prevent any 10 much going oa In the world tirt'it 0u14 be there Ia t
, Illustrate that progress to this Important face of society Is noteworthy through: co In millions of years. Failureto they're talking about. la fact, attempts to raid them. to your to haft a reaction to it. difficult sot
measured by a variety of yardsticks. Black or white can view lectiveetfort Is quite good.'Theprospect do so means a step backward oar poor old globe would bee detriment. For those who have Yet. even the beat writers, at times find that
a single Incident ,tIi.dt Is truly racial in nature or not, with and this to something much fitter place to live in it a particular Interest In cIoD't bow what to write abut. ThtJ' they simply
of marriage should be DOt
conflicting degrees of awareness and wariness. Also, It toath&Ted considered oven If the time for that will not be tolerated lathe some of the old moral and Mother's Day the proper attention and they sense tAat they've already written angry with anyone ;
only along uncharged and painful ways. Most Importantly the rites Is not right. Universe, unless .tt be at spiritual values were brought offered or received may thhugs.they'd llke to express, about the.
,Kentucky's trials in civil rights should be clearly under, the cost of extinction.330.1611,7361d'. back and restored u away oflife. be may be wiser Tae?'re DOt Impelled bJ anJ.creat'd' s1r"1o canmunicats
stoodfor what they are, the effects ofa rising sensitivity among 5,7014.61.36H1TAltrs : to nave only a few close members with others or to give the world a pearl cI their
Americans and, hopefully the growing leg\ of change? (Dr.Wh1atDbUDt. 1..80 -44.67 -2i3 I of the family present Neither art they battling with some notion cI great theirs w15cIom.
an associate professer at Murray State University 1.6d19.224i614AIIAIIIS some ell.'.. ADd they have DO part1c1lar hatreds or ol
specialized In social history of 20th century America.) at tile moment that they can intellectualize In or fears
an art1c1e.
IdItlN Rather they're 011 a .P1atiau"
ot#' neither being pertIeIarJ
mi mn2lth nor llated. Their
Hack JUT nor 10 tate on DeW and Milling neither about td cave In
Protest jciirnIIIN cI1mtllllllll.
And Straggle .. NAT 2111 Perhaps
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Be not OlIN JAR.2lti theJ"rt DO longer I
Unto right, sorry. Mother's on top of the world. Neither locking

I For :Democracy Day show furnishes what really the .occasion to In our to Hammer Influences away. Despite of so the many retarding : .: ,.NJL.22d : FEI. lltk lab the nor exc lip iteme t ocamer .laUoa loot foward or dejection., lid somehow that.

"Issues In Industrial Society" to a relative new release .neartcC It's not only an opening retrograde planets, there are Dont mlxonderstand. The risk Be convincing. A mate may be Being oa II even keel Is. ID a creative
:;which carries scholarly treatises by outstanding Americans to offer enticing gifts, but to possibilities of raising the of misunderstanding\ the words toying with notions of making blemat1ca1 than being ID troub1t.-or sense. more pro.
Herbert Hill, national labor director of the NAACP distinguished j provide the personal attentions' prestige and chalking op additional or Intentions of someone to to money that could torn out to be ODe' WIY. For it's easy to produce a great having everything 10.i '
visiting Professor of American History at San Far that often are worth much more. gains. The secret la be guarded against with the utmost -. sheer delusions. Aquarians 'Lent It a time cI deapalr. The' 1pberla 01 literary acb1.", r.
nando Valley State College gives for a Impressive article, Romance that crosses the path not to try and bite oft more care during this and' tbenext are ramilng Into this sort of IIICctllfIIJ also yields its accOlllp1Jaluo. being. eoW : "Black Protest and the Struggle Union Democracy.. of single Tanreana nay very than one can chew and to withdraw quarter. Sometimes, Ibis predicament should take all Bat what does one do when -CIDt II In betweea .
Parts of Mr. Hill's discussion are printed here: U caused by saying too little and despair? What .rIa''
well be tile forerunner of a when there are elements measures short of physical does none .y? What !
Black Power" has finally come to organised labor. Al subsequent march down the that appear suspicious or un- rather than too much. An air force to try and dissuade the has 1IIweDeclIo 011I',old aealoua C9DCtrD can one write? Wbaf
though tile slogan remains ambiguous Implicit In all Its uses aisle by a loving pair. b some tmstworthy. The opportmltlesare of .mystery can be intriguing partner from taking the risk. bta1dJ and 1ICI1DtI.. lDtecrtty land bJpocrllJ.about right lOf,hodhate I
to a challenge to the tradition system of racial controls by Instances, the date may be established present, and there should *o occasion, but It may also This also being Mother's fey. '.r1gbt" tbJDk1ne and "wroqo tbfDtIDc. ,:!
whites over blacks and a demand that tile basis condition in the spring or summer "toe nothing In the way of bane-' give rise to rumors, false would famish a fine reason for I cIOD't know. All I tqow Is ttmt.ometlmes _. .
of ended.Negro life In the United States, that of powerlessness, he Proceed with projects fitting from them personally. I mlasptesentaUow downright' a celebration of the type that .drr' Maybe.. 11'. for the best.Ito ;' wnWrs raa, ,;

/ that nave to do with financial as well as lucratively. your sign so loTes.Sttn, person has the right to become lord and'master of another

flatly"Black responses onions and by black black trade caucuses unionists within to onions tilt adamant are essen resistance betterment tad economic i>rdi. ..99-05-477 rjfr5q 711. uU,787SAiITTAlIIS It may be desirable tobe somewhat man being. One God to "possessor of beam and ear* *<* ..
ecorlras choosy when Inviting
long u you are and even He cannot make
peoplereeremind w
of organized labor to Negro demands for fundamental I r r Rim.With these thoughts
not to introduce e
not being asked to "fvf on- guests no u let consider
& muet tttomP to declare his
changes In racial "an-
policies and practices. The growth of these reasonable commitments.. disturbing, elements. ship" of his '
own kind *
.workers organisations: those attests Negroes to their who life appeal and to work two groups In ghetto of black areas. .'*St0.H-Tf-M-|, TIKIIII t. 40 n II *. -.... ,The most sfavlomr example of these attempts Is slavery,.wttib-

'where, AFL unions make no attempt to organise and those L. "I. :: '' UN.1.,.. n this country became the ultimate In the degradation of one per- ;
Negroes In the building trades who, having been denied admission : i.. .. aw by another. Ironically, tbe slavery practiced In this '
to the AFL' craft onions, are attracted to black- CEMIRlIHI ,2f S l.. : St'.Tt:2: 1 VMiEjam pirns'" ressivefreedom-loving' country wasbarbaroonlnfoeKtrenwr;

controlled hiring halls. Maybe yes, maybe no. One has Steady: does it. A tendency to compared Bible to the benign form "Haverf" COllDltIIIDCtCI II the i
"The new black censuses are not merely confronting racial HIT to keep ..'* wits about one east the blame on each other 1111(9. written thousands of years ago.
'discrimination, but are also significantly raising tilt broad these days to cope with the could cans a falling ort be. ( I JJe BOO permitted no system oftotaliJngaUon cue .
,question of Internal onion democracy and, for the first time, 2)st) ; Jill 21st array individuals or groups tween the closet associates. .1lt1, IIJ.. 20th' being by another. The old Testament provided slaves"BTO- I;
resorting to legal action on this front. These challenges may who nave their owe particular And through t aJx-" or mUander -' Each aIDItt'COIIIII.. B dom tectiovact from abue. 'Ia,.' rights to hlllllll dignity and t? ..
have Jig term consequences for the future development of Where you live. One of the brands of "brain wash.., A standing, some could can bodily bam were guaranteed "
organized labor."Growing that cube get take only a split second to ease Whlto till 0. I. ConctiteUoa ordered tilt
greatest pleasures good deal of It may be aimed1' drawn Into an argument that return d
Negro caucuses will, with Increasing frequency found Is to constantly devise at flashing out till few reluctant, no one may have really wanted np watchfulness or to make slavery the Bade commanded that a fugitive slave was fugitive '
avail themselves of the new protections emerging from coon ways and meaas to make oursnrroMdings corns that we bare set aside .. tbe.first place. Be carers! sl of lilt tongoe. Bat tt could returned to his naster. And slat In tile BIble was a tea*! -
.,/.decisions.. and administrative ratings. As till order of priority moreeoaUbrtablf 'for other reasons .than It Is M M not to have aartklnr olfaiTnort take appanur4rjoneverip to two',poJ'VJ, act a permanent condition.
"ran social Issues becomes vastly different for whites and Negroes artistic, or taTttng to GloM we deemed that they should be come op to marwlat and explain Uem away or Thus' there was rally ao ahvery Sa lilt BIlle comparable to the
black onion caucuses will also engage In Independent politicalaction like best There is no bettor, .... for. By the same token; should. be sheer Joy iXefkor's make amends efficient scope tyrannical,... we IIId Sa tilt 1JDtitc11tatt& Gilts the cpposllst/
even If this coarse brings them Into sharp conflict 'way of showing the extent of .Tlrgoans who are fully aware Day. Throng a special fervfce to be entirely satisfactory. Be The BIble' ringing cq--acIlised Ia Its legls1atfas..was.q
I 1A.!
with the political of "liberal" labor especially & to' !y !epi! co." '
positions -. organisations, good taste and asrealsaakeepd pf what to going on In the world nwsM.ccflfltattal takatore hathlsbe .
Attack censuses. and Independent Negro unions are creating a 'utsra our characters.Tne message onafly devise their own particaktf a noud token ct recognition'ma be ether faa111IIIIUII This say :CaIIIII Clay's problems with*,his religions grcW'orJer" a-t

..III eesrmuniy among their members, aid they art;' lilt emanates from tneftarsthis methods ........ / lit eflered. AadlfJbvtU ...respect'. Day make tt being all tnemoreJmpertaat Mother example of efforts to control ..'. fellow mas, ,
yx( forcmgon Gal labor onion bomocracie the lilt IIIfJlld.i Quarter J t. clear mthlsjespect. Hate sore that these are available ban on the spur oftks moment, tt -: People other them Clay evdnfb believe they have De ?J:{
imrttng the discrepancies between their Increasingly ..... ; for Immediate OM on 10th. gtft 'tt time and special to decade whether De deposed. r1IIII
opportosJtx bmf
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SATIRIAY. lAY 11., ins sm .emu ,PUE 3 '

I ,Bishop 01. Sherman TOB Installed President Of Council May 15 Houston. :

Evangelist At St. John Baptist Second Young PeopleMothers
I Noted Prihto Sicceods flight Macedonia Baptist ABBOBCOS .... ,

Day Program List

Rev. WilliaM Ball IB Post.Spedal Service For Week -
F. The Youth Croup of Second Missionary Baptist, at 6 p.m.j
Macedonia Baptist Church Baptist Church, Rev J.C.Sams Sunday School Officers and
Bishop John D. Bright, 5r.. da. He has presided over the has announced programstorthe 6 p.m., Weekly prayer with meeting the 1) pastor, will be featured Sunday Teachers' Council meeting Friday

renowned and note( Prelate of following Episcopal Districts, week, beginning with Sunday. and Bible study held In \ s, afternoon, May 10, at 4 at 7 p.m., with Rev. SamsIn
THE First Episcopal District the 16th District, comprising A Mother's Day tea will be pastor and deacons charge p.m., In anlmpresslveprogram charge of the Bible study
will be Installed asSecretaryof the West Indies and South A- given Sunday at the home of Wednesday, 6 p.m., dedicated to Mothers. hour.
'th* 'Council of Bishop, Bishop merlca; the 12th District,com. Mrs Elsie Hallback on East and No. 3 rehearsel; Society Children of various ages, Including -
Bright wu elected prising the States of Arkansas 12 noon, Missionary aje the tiniest, will be tea-
at the 28th. The tea hour will Be
160 General Conference Los and Oklahoma; and now th*10th, 4 to 6 p.m. Usher Board No. conducts mid-week prayer Choir tured In readings, choral selections ..
.. 8
comprising the big state of- me tlng; Friday p.m. and skits.
Angeles California
and i will
was as-
I1pIMI bishop ever the Seventeenth Texas He Is a native of this sponsor.Services at the church will No. 2 and District No. 4 meet No. 4 for meets rehearsal 7'c r Other services at Second MURCHISON TEMPLE'Sunday

Episcopal District In At- state having.been born In Jacksonville be ,as usual Sunday School ; Selenta Washington w e Baptist have been announced.
rlea. He also served u pre- Texas begins at 9:30 with Nathaniel with East Mrs. 27th Street. Mrs. Sunday School begins at 9:30 school begins at 10 a.m.
Under Ms administration 01th on with Rev. James Carl Sams
sldeing bishop over the/Twelfth Singleton and teachers In Merchant Is secretary- with Superintendent E. HarmonIn
12th Episcopal District pastor, reviewing the II'I
Episcopal District (Oklahoma- charge. The review will be son. charge. The morning wor1-
Arkansas)before coming to the Bishop Sherman Improved 'given by the pastor or an ap reporter. The consecration rites for the ship begins at 11 a.m. with the
First District Shorter College, located In deacons, deaconesses ushers Odom In
pointee. Auxiliary ,pastor, Rev. A. E. ,
Bishop Sherman will succeed North Little Rock Ark., and Consecration services begin Legion and choir will be held at 1045. charge. At 3 p.m. Rev. Ben,
the Itt. Rev. William built a new Administration The morning worship begins at
F. BalL at 10:45 a.m. with the pastor pastor, and members of Epheslan -
Sr., eminent Prelate of the Classroom Building at the In charge. Devotional services To Elect Officers .11 a.m. Rev. Sams will deliver Baptist, will be In charge.

Seventh Episcopal District and school which wu named the, :begin at 11 a.m.with th*choirs, The American Legion Ancillary the sermon. At 3 p.m. there will be a Mo
President of the Council at Bis "Sherman-Tyre Hall." It, deacons and members Incharg Beginning at 4 p.m. the ther's March, sponsored by
Unit 197 will have its
hope' until the May 15th date.. cost more than 200000. Located *. Music will be furnished No. monthly district meetings will Mrs. A3. MUler.It'dltratlon .
annual election officers lathe
Bishop Ball, who formerly was on Fifth Street In Little by Choir No. 2 and Nt). 'be held In various homes. for first gradersat
a Bishop of the Tenth Episcopal Rock, Ark, there Is a beautiful 4, and Usher Board No. I will, Post Horn on Benedict Road. The Baptist Training will beheld the Jacksonville Beach Ele
District, piloted the Church park with a large $65,000 serve AU member should be presentIn 1k,. W. E.. Sims of Miamiwill Florida and Georgia and comes at 5:43. The evening worship mentary-Junior High School,
through some of Its most crt- swimming pool and other Deaconess Board No. 1 will order to vote. conduct: revival services veil reccommended: as a gospel begins at 7 p.m. Following 31S 10th, South Jacksonville

Heal time during his admin recreation facilities referred to meet after the morning will The be fifth held district In Deland conference at Stetson ''at Saint Johns Baptist Church, preacher. He Is prlsently the services tile pastor Beach, will be held May 13
istration u President of the as "Sherman Park." worship The BYPU hour will May 18. The corner: of Oakley and Bridler the pastor of New Rope Baptist and the congregation will abate and 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 2
University on
Council of Bishops and I. to be Bishop SharnsB's success In begin at 5:30 p.m. with Mrs department conventionwlllbetn Streets, on the East Side of Church of Miami The pastor, In the anniversary program of p.m. at School NO. 144. Birth
congratulated for Ms tactful the Tenth Episcopal District M.L. Polite presiding Miss Ft. Lauderdale from June 27 Jacksonville, beginning\ Monday officers, and members cordially : the Antioch Missionary Baptist certificate will be required.
has been Forthetlrat'tlm. Church at 8:19
guidance of the magical Mittl Gantt will a Mo p.m.
same. present Invite all to come and hear Theodore W. Montgomery,
through June 2t la the Statler night May 12 at 8:00: pm.
The new President of the In 100 years, the Senate ther's Day program Weekly services will her
Council of Bishops' the Rt. of the State of Texas,expressed The evening worship will begin Hilton Motor Hotel. and each night throughout! the some good revival aasjglng by Prayer of Faith Hour,Tuesday, principal.All Lily Whites are called
appreciation for Bishop Sher The auxiliary and its Juniors week. The appearance of the the combined chlorsofSt,Johns 7 p.m., withltevSamsincharge
Rev O.L. Sherman, was electd at 6:30 p.m. Both major to attend the funeral of
.* In It58 when the CeneralConf.renee man's "Dedication to Christian sermons of the day will be given will be offering the poppy, thememorial minister emphasizes the theme Baptist and preaching by Rev, of the Bible study period; Wednesday upon Mrs. Pearl Wilson at St. Matthew
of tile A.M.E. Service" by passing a Resolution by the pastor Rev Wilber flower on MemorialDay for the services, "Operation Sims. Devotion begins 7.30 p,m. night, pastor and congregation Baptist Church, Saturday,
Church honoring him., weekend. Funds raised Sims Is well nightly Rev. A. J. Hughes Is choirs, ushers, officers
met In Miami,Flori Burgess. Wallace Mimi and Salvation. Rev a 'May 10, at 1:30 In full
will hlep hospitalized veteransand
James Kltches will be at the known revivalist throughout pastor. sharing In the anniversary ,regalia. .
Mt. Calvary Baptist Women ,Instruments for both services. their families. observance of Mt. Sinai
Weekly activities are as follows -
I' : Monday, 7 p.m. Church

Meet And Make Special! Plai$ Society meeting; 8 p.m., Choir
: No. 2 rehearsal and No. 4 rehearsal GWoo1wort1tr "

'In the meeting CII' May 4 Tne louowing names were ; Usher Board No. 2
the women of Mt. Calvary Bap. submitted by Mrs.AJ.Session,' and members of the church will
of deacons for theday, the to Aniloch
.list Church set plans for future chairman accompany pastor
up -
programs.Mrs. to serve districts as: deacons 1. Mrs.and Mildred headsof Baptist for service; Tuesday, the fun pltue to shop... a a .

Joan H. Robinson,
charlman of th. Youth Depart- GlUlam; 2. Mrs. Rannle Mal-
ment and Miss Doretha Jones, lory' 3. Mrs. Emma Plnkney; Young Peoples '
Mrs. Margaret Coats; 6.
co-chairman, were In charge. r
It was agreed that 16 districts Mrs. Sarah Hayes; 6. Mrs.. Union To Meet Sunday, a'
7. Mrs. WllU '
along with the Youth Lllllt M. Wright; Q May lldi
L. Westbrook; 8. Mrs. v v
Department would
aponsor a
four-way Baby Contest with Marva Wright; 9. Mrs Artie The Young People Union, of
each four districts sponsoringa M. Harley; 10. Mrs. LeeuraShort.r which Mrs. Alberta Latimore Is .
; 11. Mr*. WUhemena supervisor will meet
baby In tilt Interest of the ; Sunday
women's day program.' Francis; 12. Mrs. Susl Brown. afternoon at 3 p.m., on May 11,
And 13. Mrs. Clara Porter at the
Th. division Is u follows Ephesian Baptist Church
14. Youth to be named Rev. BeD Is
1. Districts, .7, 1, S and ; W. pastor. Mrs
later 15. Mrs Carolyn Burney' foes Harris will be hostess
I; S. Districts, 6, 13 16 ; ,
16. Mrs Lottl Hutchinson along with the Harris s
i tars
17; 3. Districts, I, 1, a ,
10; 4. Districts, 3, 16, 4 ; 17. Mrs. Dorothy Murry. twelve groups comprising 4 a ,. }
and 11. Names of babies will Th. next meeting will be announced the union will sing favorite .r
be announced later. later. Mrs. L. M. gospel numbers Mrs Thelma
Wright Is reporter. Edwards will be mistress of f

Rev. Webster Of St. Stephen Harper ceremonies will be Mrs.guest Francis soloist JA

I Lily Burke will give the Welcome I ? i1 I In $ "
address.Little Kember- r /
iLiYNIJ/i'( (
AME To, Give. Special ,Message. lyo'l Bell, tow years of age, \ '
wUr sing and A and B selec .
Ref: ..\ .'"Webster1aslor president ror- the League'asks tiot4lAhl'singing v r tYtslrVY j 1i

of St.' Stephen AME Church, all parents to send or bring their "i groups.anaPMsgeneral t '0. II'J t9 % ;)
.; Fifth and Davis, will deliver children i,. public are Invited. The ; a
a special Mother's Day sermon Rev. Webster will again speak church is located at Third and /
Sunday at the church. at 7 p.m. All choirs and ushers Stafford streets, on the West Lt o la' 1t' nil's
Brenda Ivory will be guest will serve. Mrs. Jennie Vee II 4Electric '
ololst. Ilclty. union 1* mad up of 12 s iu'w
Sunday School at the church young group with ages ranging ;a; .
begins at 1:30 a.m. Superintendent Weekly services at St. Stephen from 2 to 16. Bernard e r f M ,
Arthur C.Madr) and his have been announced. McClaln Is reporter. Mrs. Albert Ott. ) t'
staff of officers and teachers The trustee meeting I* on' Latlmore Is pianist, manager Y
will be In charge. Monday night, with James Gen and supervisor ,< e sa
\. St. Stephen Is extending a wright,, viet chairman, In.
special Invitation to all mothers' charge. The meeting opens ItiLY,
and asks that friends and neighbors t 7 P.m. The class meeting'is
bring mothers to the at 7:30, at which time Rev. f 6 n
church for the special sermon. Webster ssks all class leadersto ,
The youngest mother and the be present, as well u of- lil l I i tw... L
oldest mother will'receive a- ficers. On Saturday at 3:30 wrnvIt's
wards. p.m. the young people will meet HAIR COLORING Something soft and dreamyLACYNVLONGOWN helpersAPPLIANCES a snap to wear anytime

Miss Ivory of ShIloh Metropolitan -, at the church. Mr*.Mary Blake, :;
Baptist Church Is a student Miss Mallnda Wilson, and Mr*. ,
at William Raines High Willie J.St.pb.n'lupervilOrs, NO-IRON DUSTER
School Mrs. Olivia Smith is along with the minister of music -
Wilton Blake will be Hides Tint CRAY
directress. Other artists will present

appear Th Allen Christian Endeavor youth to choir supervise rehearsal.the children'* 'J.I.Ir Tb8 Listing mlnulltfl Way t It's carefree tricot with JII 8.49 Cripper front coat style of .'

League win be held at 5:30. The dull ft,,1/e idtd. I ..tVCII be- sheer front overlay and Dacron
comes rounier looklni, lace trimmed.In 2 Surprise Mom with rwo-tllce! 3
sleeves a cotton. Roll sleeves, two
dirk und lu.troui, ndnnl
Mrs. Sallie Waaaanaker 3.23 toaster, can opener that also 4.S9
with Hair Colonna hifhliihti.won STRAND'I nib off your choice of ten ro- sharpens knives, :3-speed portable pockets. Solids assorted tw/we ,',
I I 4 m. wash ,out. S.r. with r mantic colors. S-M-L. .cw/we mixer or .leam-< Will Speak la Morning .anent. too.Try STRAN A '.

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Tabernacle Baptist Church JacqueUn Telfalrj '., Mrs V. tj 1 NOTNINO[-
Rev. W.E. Young pastor, Winbe 0. Young; 10., Miss Mary Jack- ELSE i0 auv '
the seen of the annual son; 11., Mrs. Mlmle Parker; IP Fct' q
Women's c Day Sunday, May 16. 12., Mrs.L ola Johnson;13., STRAND HAIR COLORING The mrtttft ..Ivies.r
beginning with Sunday: : School al Mrs Grace Scott 14., Mrs Choice ef 8 natural ihadeiiM
1:30 Luverta Ashley; 15., Mrs. Ida, BiicH-BIK --Owl Brown '
Mama Brown-Uht Brown OWTOPSAILSIFT
Mrs. Sallie Wannamaker will King and 18;' Mrs. Demon Col- Art for It at your druiilit .
be the guest speaker for the lier. '
morning service. Mrs Francis
Harper will be guest soloist. WATCHES frs
la the afternoon Mrs. Sallie tTer.
Mathls, councilwoman of Jacksonville .
will be the guestTic Now relief for w C'.ff>rf*r' Hem kaade.e fffM
*. : pure
speaker.. Mrs. Carolyn Parker -' skin I.IIHChoose'lrom PHOTOAIBUMVinyl PHOTO FRAMES
will be the guest soloist. 'dry. problem ti
Officers for the day are
Chairman, Mrs. Helen M, Lawrence VASELINE*KTIIOUUM JELLY gives your
; Co-chairman, Mrs.Ola akin the richer moisture It needa for .41 sport, dress 2.99 2,293,27
King Secretary, Mrs Resale protection from chapping from dry .ff and new go-go styles. Expansion
f:30 tern ashy-gray akin. To keep your skin ;y s leather or mod 5>
s binder Cold V white Venetian
Mrs Sallle Wannamaker will IOft.10uneerlook- bands. ;gold-colortoollng. :
movements. ,frames
i TdPSALL I Plastic' refills for 2fe3X,3fe3" or walnut finish wood
be the guest speaker for the lag, insist on gen- with easel "
backs. 5x7 8x10 .
3Xx5,5x7,8x10 photos. f tPmrtgfrtttg ,
nine 'V..eUnt'p.troleum
morring service. Mrs Francis
'Harper, will be guest soloist, Jelly.
la the afternoon Mrs Sallie You pay a little
Mails, councilwoman of Jacksonville : more than for .'A' _
,' win be the guest other brand. ef' 3< '

.. Zf. speaker. Mrs. Carolyn Par- petroleum jelly... .1
J tar ,will be the guest soloist.1. but your akin.I. '. "
Officers for the day are:, worth ,Itl! '

Chairman, Mrs Helen M.Lawrence ,.,
Co-chairman, Mrs. Ola ,
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Rio: ; Secretary, Mrs.Hessl* v < ; ;jl
M. Solomon; Assistant Secretary e .r: I .3".r ttfltt ,

,. Mrs. MaudeU Story : .. ,.. --l lj SNEER NYlONS l _
Chairman of Programs, Mrs.
Emma D. Brown; Pastor-tor- JNMb. atse plastic Oar 9mm t.f qmmlllg al.leaFANCYAPRONS Smart crackle glass:

Reporter the-Day,, Mrs.Mrs. VOX Sarah. Young Watts.; SEWIUCIMST CLOCK RA010 7 PCe HIli Sir

Captain and districts are: if 215
t Mrs Jnaalta Wynn; 2..Mrs. ""
Ola .peg I.. Mrs. Nola M. ,1.11 11.11 1.17 2 71 !...
Jacksoa; 4., Mrs. Plcola foster 1:.'..
; ,.,. Mrs. Mam M. William Seamless Agilon stretch or
*; ... Mrs. Sarah Watts; Two lift-out trays bold sewing Wake up to muilc Mao hai a Cantrece* Sheer beauties In Crltp sheer nylons with cotton Mom will love this :3-q.t pitcher -
7., Mrs.Queen Alkens;I., Miss needs.* Loll of ace.Oeer 'uncoil alarm. Illuminated pretty aprlng ihadet. GiveMom and lace trlrru..Also pollihed and matching 13 oa. tumblers I
t. or colon. 1:1sx) hand, Modem. 10Xx3Xs3X' several pain. Fib 8K-11. cotton prints in many stylet. in fold,avocado or aqua.a'
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PACE 4' Wl NPMI SliTIHAT. MAY 11,111&1)

I Mt. Sinai Baptist And Rev. Lane Launch Out On 62-Y Anniversaries May 121

Noted' Leader Will Receive EPHESUS ON THE MARCH

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The lIlt Anniversary of the Minister Friendship Baptist
Lit. Sinai Baptist Church, and Church, Reverend Remus ; REDEEM BAmsT
school at 930
Sunday opens :
first of the Pastor Reverend Smith Minister. I t"i. Bet sU Norman pastor.
B J. Lane, will begin Monday Thursday night Friendly La. With peace Eunice Dunson and teachers In charge
right May 12th at 8:00. Visiting Baptist Church, Reverend B.. The lesson will be reviewed by the putor.4 ReJ. E. Norman
churches are H. Hartley, Minister St. Thomas -r .The morning worship begins at 11 am. with the deacons
Monday night St. Matthew Baptist Church, Reverend ,Ja charge rf devotions. Baptism will be held after devotions,
.'. Baptist Church, Reverend O.A. W.C. Neal, Minister PhUadel-i, after which the missionaries will present a program, "The
Price, Minister Zion HopeBapt phla Baptist Church, Reverend,i Veaainc of Mother's Day." The regular order of service
-F Church. Reverend E.R. J.W. Johnson, Minister Mace-t; II I'T : i : they prevalL At 2 p.m. the IHolj Communion service
donla Church Reverend
Baptist -
''Cui begin with the deacons to charge of devotions. Music
W. Burgess Minister'Friday
night Antioch Baptist 'I T- 'will be tarnished by the combined choirs, with Mrs. Fannie
Smith to of the music. On
Church, Reverend J. J. \'Jackson and Mrs. Florence charge
] Jones, Minister Mt. Tabor Tuesday tight prayer meeting held with the deacons In charge
Baptist Church, Reverend 1- followed by a preview of the Sunday School lesson with the
Baptist Church, Reverend H. (pastor to charge. Th church Is located at 1614 East 30th

T. Overstreet, Minister ,street.
Sunday afternoon Anniversary l .
Sermon will be preached
by Reverend A.J. Hughes Church Pastor I Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m. Superintendent Charles
of St. John Baptist
The lesson will be reviewed by L.Y.
TReed will be to charge.
.of( SprlnghlU Baptist Church,Reverend
T.R. Lee, Minister \ w Jones. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the pastor,
I The Theme for the week's fixer w )i;;. WE. Young, delivering the message All youth choirs

observance is: "CHRISTIAN, and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. /A 11 Districts will
INFLUENCE IN THE WORLD"J I meet to the church auditorium at 330. All youth choirs
REV B. J. LANE theme song I LOVE THY meet Wednesday afternoon at S:30 p.m. for rerhersal. The
***. CHURCH 0 GOD. Chairman teachers meeting will be at (.4$. Prayer meeting will beat
t Simpson, Minister Mt. Carmel for this year's observance Is .
Baptist Church, Reverend C.C. Mr. Alexander Anderson The) 730.
Panlel, Minister .
: church address Is 1551 Lee.
Tuesday night Mt. Sinai's Sunday: School begins at 930 '.m. Superintendent Mrs.
night" featuring the Youth of Delphinli Ladies ;Leastsr Smith to charge. The morning service opens at'
the church. Sermon by Reverend 11:30 with the cIeoUoDIled by the deacons. At 4 p.m. District
Henry T. RUm, a mem- No. 1 will meet at the church Deacon Joseph Mc-
;;ber. of Mt.Sinai Club:Plans Tea _- Phersoa Is leader. Rer. H Roblson will preach. On Tues-

{'!;: Wednesday night Second The Delphlnla Ladies Club Till Above art shown outstanding>i personalities of Jacksonville Hens Taniler, and speaker; liter W. *. Benfleld, president day night at 7 p.m. the weekly prayer: meeting to held
.;::'Missionary Baptist Church, who took part In the recent groundbreaking ceremonies for
.;.Reverend J.C. Sams, Minister hold a tea on May 18, from the beautiful new sanctuary of Ephesus Seventh Day Adven- of the South Atlantic Conference of the denomination Jot
;.:Bethlehem Baptist Church, 4 to 6 p.m. at the A.L. Lewis Ust Church, 2760 West Edgewood Avenue From left to Nathan William, local elder of the church, and Elder R.B. .E_ ..BAPTIST
;:;:Reverend W.L. Williams, Min- Branch of the YWCA. lira arc' Elder William.' Keith, minister\ of& the Silver right Hariston, pastor. Not shown Is Elder F.UJones, treasurer The teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will be held
.;.dster Mt. Calvary Baptist Theresa Aaron president All Seventh Day Advent! Church Street, of the Adventist conference. The sanctuary will seat MO persons -. Tuesday with the pastor and officers to charge. On Wednesday
Attorney Earl U. Johnson
':'Church, Reverend W.M. Hill, arc Invited Councilman. Harold Gibson administrative; assistant: to Mayor: and will cost approximately Sl23,000-Photo Bob Smith Senior Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p mOn .
I Fashion Studios
Thursday the noon day prayer service will be held at the
r church. The monthly: conference will be held at the usual
-'I hour. The male chorus will rehearse at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
I Frleidly West Choirs Uriel. School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon
( WOO1WO1'th George Smith to charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an

To Appear I. Folkstei Gi. appointee. Consecration takes place at 10:30 a.m. The mornIng -
worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons charge

;; 90th ANNIVERSARYDOWNTOWN The Friendly Westslde Choirs ((Baptist), 5571 Moncrlef Rd. atThe The hand of fellowship will be given to all new members
to the The Communion Service
morning worship: Holy
Union will render a Saturday choirs Union will hold its
at 2 30 with the deacons In Rer. S.L.
) night Jubilee Service, In the monthly Mass Revival Meeting, begins : p.m. charge.
{ win deliver the Senior Choirs No. 1
IQnPtree main auditorium of lit. New Sunday, May 25, at 2:30 p.mIn Badger message.
and No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 and No. 2 will serve. Mrs
Borne Baptist! Church,Foliston, the main unit of Mt. Pleasant -
I 12 Callahan Marion Carter and C. B. Fisher will be In charge of the
Ga., Saturday night, May Baptist Church, ,
music. The church to located at 2221 Forest. Rev L.Bad-
at < p.m. with lira. Ruby B. Fla, with ReY. W. C. Whltten
5 Stewart and Mrs. Catherine W. as host pastor. ger pastor

,,. Sykes In charge.The Motorcade The Male Chorus and Comblnsd -
will leave Philadelphia Church Choirs ol MT. Bethel Bept- .
dst Church Combined Usher school begins at 9.30 a m. wtlh the acting superintendent -

t,11, Pride Of Macao Boards of Mt. Pleasant Baptist to charge. The acting superintendent will review
r IM"1 Church will serve. Mrs Christine the lesson. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the

W. Blue,Senior Choir No. deacons to charge. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m"
Lodge Will Hold 1 and Mrs Ruby B. Stewart. The pastor Rev R.J. Crawford, will deliver both sermons.
t In charge. Choir No. 1 will serve throughout toe day. The excelsior Gospel ,

Meet May 15 Singers will render. after-service program at i i i' p.m1
This, program to sponsored by Mrs; C. Senior for the Dual

Pride of Maceo Temple No; Ht. Sinai Holiness] ?; ,,,IDa ,service.;Choir No 1 will hold Its rehearsal Tuesday
186, IBPOE of W will meet ', at 6 ,.m. and Choir No.. 2 will rehearse Friday at 4:30
$ May 15 at T1S West Duval Street, 'p.m. Prayer: service will be Tuesday at 730. The church
5\\ at 8 p.m.I. Will Honor MothersMothers to located at 1154 West 31st.
M James ask all daughters
to be present, without fail will be honored at EPHESUS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTST
>a Queen B. Williams, reporter., Mt. Sinai Holiness Charch The regular Sabbath services for the church will begin
A. Saturday morning at 9:30 In the Academy audltorulm at
Sunday morning 2760 Edgewood Avenue ::14l.A. Gladys Frederick
Districe No. 3 superintendent -
L. Green will be at the piano.
will be In charge of the school The lesson for the day
At the close of the service
to "Justification By Faith Grace." The
Mt. Ararat Of Elder Sparks will fly to the morning
worship begins at 11 a m. Elder R. B. Halrson and associate
services at Mt. Sinai Holiness
elders will officiate Mrs. Carletha Robinson will direct -
Will CelebrateDistrict churches, North from Carolina Florida and otIerDOrtb.ra Georgia the Young People's MY Hour at 7 p.m. The midweek

prayer meeting to Wednesday night at 7.30. The Teachers
No. 3 of Mt. Ararat cities will Join In the
Meeting to Sunday at 7 All
I 24"x4851IitIi Baptist Church will celebrateIts crusade from May 12 to 19. p.m are welcome.
anniversary on Sunday, May
18, at 8 pm. In the church 'MT. SALEM BAPTIST
.auditorium.All Holsey T"Die'Will Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Jack Green
O decorated dinner plates! districts, boards and to charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor.

choirs, are invited Feature The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The morn-
Deacon George Henry, 11'., ,InC devotion to at 11 a.m with the deacons charge:Choir
45.PC. MELAMINE SET Is leader Mrs. Fannie Bus-. .Meeting No. 3 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day.
Is president. Mrs. Nadine
sey Tne Home
; Mission Board will meet at 4 p.m. to the church
Sblpmanl..cretarl.Rev Holsey Temple CMS Church ;Auditorium. The evening devotion to at 6.p.m. Th pastor

r 8 each!'Plates, cups, saucers ,D.J. Graham is pastor. 1200 East Third, will feature will deliver the sermons ReY.W.L.Williams, pastor of Bethlehem -

bread 'n' butters, ce- 49 a week of meeting and praying Baptist! Church, will conduct the e simian revival beginning
Eastern Chapter beginning May 12. Monday, May 12, at 7:30 and continuing through May
real-fruits. Sugar, creamer, 12 ? Mother's Day will be celebrated Ru. W.C. Rocwi to .*& ". *". Sampson to re
meat platter vegetable a", Unit To Hold Sunday. porter. The church located at 1281 West 22nd.
dish. Break resistant. 16.77 Rev. Govea and his congregation -
will haft charge of services -
Annual Election at 6 p.m. Sunday. Stewardess Antioch Baptist
Board No. 2 will meet SUNBEAM, FLA.The .

No.l01l0ESWlUmeetTuddl't.M. Sunday, May U, in the home Church Choir

., 13, at S p.m. at 410 Broad of Mrs. Idaho Clark, lOll Missionary: Department of
Street, third floor Room No.i. Albert. Mrs. Blrtha Grit:en and Lists Anniversary the Mt. Mortals AME Church
All members are asked to be teachers will be in charge of of Sunbeam will bold a special
a :: present and on time. The election the Sunday: School. Her. D. A. Antioch Baptist Church's Sunday Mother' Day Service Sunday

of officers'will be held McDvln Is pastor. Mrs InMa I : School will hold a Mother's night, May 11-, at 7.30 Rev.
Deputy Queen B. Williams will Oliver Gilbert is ACreJ J Day Tea Sunday i Mrs.
b. be In Ruby Robinson will be
charge. Deputy Williams \
tary: Among participants will be
f will also Install officers. principal/ speaker; Other participants -
f Grant Breaa Jean, Miss Jocklrn Holy- will be Mrs Jerry
i' : Will wood, Miss Cynthia Word,Mrs. Trapp, Mrs. Ada Brown, Mrs
F i k a w } IN MEMORIAMDABYMAEKEWOir ]Marie Herman, Mrs. RENA Ethel PoleD, Mrs. Joanna Jack-

CaoisiMo3fCitmieg Brown, spaakka, Miss CharlenaWords. ton, Mrs:Annie Pearl Walker,.

Mri. Rosa Lee Jones and Mrs.
4 MotherDr. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dorothy Ttelnu Frances. Mr*. AnnieR.
I Words Mrs Clayton Montgomery Walker and Rev. O. Simpson
a A. Joseph Reddick, pastor I and Mrs. Frances will make remarks Sam u-eI
ol Grant IlemorlaiAYECbarch 1 Whltehurst. Mrs. Sarah Towns' Walker
will be In charge ol the
announces that six o'the most I Mrs. Doris Holmes, Mrs La- Sunday School at 10:30. Communion
charming mother's of the ,ronia Graham,Mrs Mary: Scott. will be admlnlstred at

church will be honored duringthe I Deaconesses will be guests I P m. The church .located
Traditional and modern .II/eet.l 10:45: a... worship period. lira Beatrice Hawkins to superintendent on Phillips Highway Sunbeam

During the morning worship | Mrs Rosa Law ,Road All are welcome.
period he will discuss "Given I Patterson' to reporter ,
unto the Lord" and at .49 he
win preach from the theme Mrs. Caller
"Possible Throgh Faith". Is Secori
YOUR CHOICESiitisfiiclioiiGiMrMilml Choir No. 2 and Usher Hoard I
No. 2 will serve throughout Artist For Tei

7-piece coat aluminum the day Mrs. Martha
The Sunday Church School win H.Cauerwide. Other
: 1y bon soloist outstanding personalities
In" loving of cancan at 9.30 staler the direction guest artist will be the are listed for participation.
memory my at the
of Bro. A. V. Rose..Superintendent tea at Second mammoth Among them will be Miss Barbara -;
COOK SET daughter a very Baptist Church
of Ann Ayers,Mrs.LeliaSin-
and his staff
Mae Kennon oa Sunday, May It.
,' Daisy: who gleton
ol1cer.1Dd teachers .**. nlllt WUI be Mr.Chacles Jones,Mrs.
departed this lift t year ago by the sponsored Minnie Thomas, Mrs. Elnora
May I, I"' COM is the face Jacksonville Bead Senior Choir of the Small, Mrs. Verlsecola DixOn
Get 2. and 3-qt. covered Ctareh. B will tab place
we lore,so dear.Sllent the voice I the lower to and Rev.Thomas Daniels.'
sauce pans, 5-qt. Covered we Ion to beat; Too far away flee..i1.: auditorium of the of Mrs. Elisabeth Best will

Dutch oven and heavy 188 :sight or speech tat not too Jar, First hpllstJACKSONVILLE 'Caller, 'Instructor serve as mistress of ceremonies -

duty 10i"; skillet, Fire King from thought to retch; Sweet BEACH..:.The the: William Raines High Mrs and Alberta will J be. Williams presented by
to remember her who one was school, has *
see-thns glass tours: First Baptist church will observe appeared la Mrs. Madre
Res'. B.99 tale Jones is presi
here and ibis absent ls jut atdetb throuaout the state and hal ,dent
Mother's or the
Day Sway, traveled choir. AU are in-
BusbandSons,Daughters, May 11. Mrs. Marina Williams eiteMtvely with her vited.GIVITOTHEAMERKAN.

I. Kcphcmwnlor Monty: IMuiuIca I I't Mother a dear,friend Fatter, Mr.Brothers,. wean,Lee'and is B. program chairman Mrs. H. various. Master groups.Nuke Matthews win. r.
Wright win be speaker The company the artist at the :
!/ooes and family .
.program. win begin at I pja, pt. .... CAttE'SOCIETYI .

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I Blacks Learn Seagoing Ways In Big Project In Seattle ., Washington, 1 I


I .1 Calendar'Events, I That Supermarket In Watts Sea Seattle life Aid Blocks Seamanship Study '

SEATTLE The Udell riven service. The sealer Instructs
literally turning! for Blacks. 40 boys, ulne years
Sunrise Singers. Baldwin Flit Instead ot their being transported to 14, in navigation and la the
as slaves, as la early handling of boats.
The Sunrise Gospel Singers The women of SU Paul Baptist r days, over the rolling; seas, They have several cabin
will render an lfter-lemc. Church of Baldwin will observe they art now. In Seattle, learning cruisers and smaller craft.
program Sunday night at 8 p.m. their annual day on May the trade of the sea However the pride of the group
at the Mt. Morlah Baptist 11. Mrs. Alice Baker will Paul Bellesen, a Black ship's is the four-deck tugboat: e
Church 1853 West Ninth for be putor"'or-th.-day. Mrfc.
sealer, testified that he could Ungstoa Rughei.In .
Women' Day. Mrs C.Pugh ts Alberta Cannon will speak at 11
sponsor. a.m. Mrs. Johnson will be not get a Job as a dockhand the way of help Belleen
Another benefit affair will beheld meet soloist Mrs. Marlon some years ago. Two years ago told of a surprising call made
at the church Saturday, Love will speak at the youth BtlUsea decided It was time .to his home one night.An anonymous .
May 10, beginning at 12:30. hour Miss Murray will be for somebody to make a move. donor presented him witha
Latest fashions of the season guest soloist. bins Alice Baker i lilt felt, therefore that If he check for $ .500. He boughtthe
win be shown Mrs. O.L. will speak at 6 p.m. Mrs.Clays'Shannon could get boys from Seattle's tugboat.
Jones and Mrs C. Pugh are ts chairman. Mrs Black areas to taste a bit of There Is no discrimination.
sponsors Carrie Bryant Is cochalrmanvRev sea life, they might later become The emphasis however Is on
On Friday evening, beginning Henry L. Baker Is pastor officers in ships plying the recruitment of Black
at 8 p.m. a special effort will around Sound.
Puget ,potential men of the sea. There
be made for Women's Day. Bethlehem BaptistThe Bellesen Incorporated the ., are a few white members.
"North by Northwest" in 1967. During school time studentsare
Fidelity Social Club Matrons of Bethlehem He formed a board of I obliged to remain for Instruction.
Baptist Church, 6S1S Madison directors. Then, he obtained a .
The Fidelity Social andSaving Rev W.L. Williams pastor,will SO-foot houseboat and Invited s) If Bellesen's hope to raise
club will hold Its annualMother's
celebrate their tenth anniver- the youths to work with him. $19,000 by summer to allow
Day tea In the dining
sary with their annual Mother'sDay who remains a his "Adventurers"
AME Now, the man, to take long
of St.- Stephien's
Tea Sunday, May 11, 4 ,sealer supervises a fleet of cruises. He will also
Church from 4 to 6 p.m. A summer
to 6 at
the church.
special program has been Aa p.m., has ;;Or. 15 vessels from rowboat to .refurbish some of the smallercraft
planned. Mrs. A. Paige Is been arranged.Interesting program. SHOPPING IN WATTS Shoppers check out their groceriesIn ment program to create Jobs and Improve the quality of life 95-foot oceangoing tugboat. and will sell them or
president. Mrs. Susie Brown will be la a new supermarket in Watts financed by a life Insurance In the nation's urban areas (Photo by Charles Moore from' Organisations and Individualshave trade them for equipment needed.
charge devotions.. Mrs.Helen company as part of the Industry's first l-bllllon Invest Black Star) helped. Volunteers have for the larger boats.
Wright will Introduce the mistress -
Midway AMEThe of ceremonies, Mrs. De-
brorah Bartly. .,The Young Adult -
trustee board of MidwayAME
Choir the church will
Church will present a jC
sing. Mrs. Lucille Williams
Mother's Day program Sunday will bring thewelcomeaddress.
May 11, at 11 a.m.
Mrs. Elisabeth Belmont Geraldine -
Mrs. Frankye Guyton will
Holland. Miss Betty Wilson -
speak. Mrs. Patricia W. Scurry $
will sing R.. scott will
will be guest soloist Mrs. .
Salome Simmons will president. speak on honoring mothers.
,Mrs Georgia Floyd will givewords
The oldest and youngest mothers
of appreciation. Mrs.Daisy .
will be honored.Philadelphia .
Rushing will make the
presentation. Mrs. Annie M.'
Grant, president and Rev Williams
Choir pastor,wUl make closing

Cheer No. 1 of the'Philadelphia remarks.
Baptist Church will celebrate
Its anniversary on Wednesday First Dora Teals
May 14, at I ,p.m. In'
the auditorium of the church. First Born Temple No. Swill .
The Male Chorus of Grant' celebrate Its anniversary "' .. slrari tf 'i. ;' ..... r. po'-. ,
Memorial AME will be the servIng -' on May 11, at S p.m. Allure t, ..')
group Zion Hope Baptist' Invited. Mrs Alice Boston and
Choir No. 1 will be the special the Bostonettes and many "V V
guests choir. All singing groups churches will participate. The ,
are Invited. Mrs. Rosaima church Is located at 14S West
Quarterman Is president Rev. Vnlon. Rev. Mother MosleyIs '
J.... Johnson II pastor. pastor. ,

Mt. Cirnal Baptist Wowei ; r ,' /, :, "J ,. :'i : .. i. ,, S, N': '
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The women of Mt. Carmel Mrs. EmmaMeUonM11becrtat :' ;I ': ; :' ': > ,1't"'J"< ,I: ;, :, I I
will bold their anniversary
Baptist lesson reviewer Mrs.Renelda ,
Sunday, May the 18, with' .Jenkins wig nejrye ?} guest ,,:. : ,,,... '..<"ZJI.....'" ",.., .;"r, .,,."...I ., '"
services throughout entire Sunday'School .will'Ugln:
at'Ii.U iuil.114 .... :. '.,.
a.nt:with Mrs : '.T.. "q
'r: ah'Ch'urCh Is located'. 1500 ,and ,gird',1Ielen; aryDanlels,'Bennett In I I ........,... .. "" : T

I Harrison street Rev C. C. charge,; 'Mrs. Emma Melton ;P' J.ur" !'\IIf.II" ;" dl''' ,j i ',. :-,:, "
Daniels Is pastor. will be guest lesson reviewer.
Mrs Carrie Styles Is chair Mrs. ReneldaJenklns will serve '? '; '. ,', :
\ man. Mrs Daisy Cooper 1cochairman. as guest superintendent ..,., 1" '
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NEW YORK-Potential Black Wellesley College, a top :
college students are forsaking, school known as a strict conservative Two billion dollars is a
\ in larger numbers, thoughts of accepted 87 Black /V ,
matriculation at Just universities -' women, 17 per cent ,of the, "
and colleges. total freshmen class. ,
afore Black Ugh school gradates -. What Is the Ivy League?These '
are applying for are the schools: Brown, Columbia t1;: ; lot of :J"
admission to the Ivy League Cornell, Dartmouth, a whopping

,Schools, the prestigious,. Harvard, the University ofI .
wealthy schools of the North I Pennsylvania, Princeton tad 'f ;'\',m -;
and East. Tale. ,
;'.A. release blears out the fact ,These are the Big Seven also ,
that more Black freshmen have namely; Barnard, Bryn Mawr, :r' life insurance protection.
been advised that their applications Holyoke Radcliffe Smith Vas-
have been accepted car and Wesley Tbeltco1l.p. .
and that they should be ready art also known as the Seven \ \,\,
for fan instruction, than ever Sisters. ,1; \-1 I
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before la the history of Cornell, now Is la the grips of '-"' "I ,I ,
American education. dissension and confrontation, '. ., :
Particularly striking Is the was the first school to seek "f ,,,' ..
fact that the formerly all-white minority representatives. Of "..." '" .'
women's colleges eschewed the 310 students taken In, 87 percent ) t "
i thought. Now, it seems, they came from the Black :!: ; :
are going all out for the minority.. Columbia accepted "
\ presence of Black women In US Blacks twice as many as \ three.

their once refused ranks. Several to reveal schools the of last year 'We're: on our way to ,

camber of Black nrollees. :
,However statistics now say To Top Post ; .I ,
that more than 13 per cent '

are in the freshman groups. ... k. Uw" Ifit" -

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Fur ....:.. In 1961, we cracked the billion-dollar barrier.. unique "Total way of Life"concept the kind

For SuppliersNEW In 1966, ..we climbed to a billion-and-a-half. of insurance planning they need.

YORK In an effort to a 'L s" And now ahead of schedule And people like our Agents high-

develop new markets for minority Independent Life and its wholly owned % caliber professional men who skillfully

York Urban businessmen Coalition the and New the subsidiary, Herald Life have stepped up apply, the "Total ,way ,of Life" concept

New York Urban League In cooperation -. \ to two billion dollars worth of life insurance .tjP O to the individual goals of their clients.
with the Western.Electric
Company are sponsorIng ., in force. % Have you talked to an Independent

June a Supplier S6 for the.Fair.purpose to be of held Introducing DfclUTHAlf: WEIGHT, Among life companies we're now in (or Herald) Life Agent lately?

non-wnlte suppliers J ALBANY, N.Y} The State the top-ranking six per cent. And still growing. You should. Two billion dollars sayshe's

to the purchasing agents of University of .New York atAlbany' What made us come along so fast? got a good thing for you.
major corporations. has announced the appointment
Tile. all day to Yard be held In of Dr. Nathan Wright ,; People. People like you who recognize in our And that's not small talk.
s* the Brooklyn Wavy I u Professor of Urban Affairs.
Building WO will start at 9A The eminent scholar bolder of
Jl.. Thursday, June Ie.I '
Hi earned degreesls
this event will give suppliers leading theorett-amongthecountry's ;f'. \ ;,

and minority-owned representatives businesses of other the i I jclaas.. Be committee was organiser chairmanfor and .- INDEPENDENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 'CO.r' .:
conk planning
opportunity to establish .
lasts with a wide variety of the 1K7 and 1IIIIIIatJaaI1'aDd (.J '
These IaterIaUoDal Conferences :
major corporations. :
'companies will be prepared to on Black Power la Newark and ::: :" : and ill wholly owned lubiidury, HERALD UFE INSURANCE CO. ,.
discuss in detail the kinds of.products ., In PUUuhlphla. Dr. Wright will I HOld orncMi IACCIOWaLSLOIIOA
and services they seek' serve as chairman of the newly

from minority suppliers.corporttonswUleiplala Buyers -'( organised Department of Afro- I. '. :;;:110" :: : .. .. ," :' ,
needs and suppliers -.
their \ __
will be able to discuss win be all-Black. Dr. : ; .."(,:,: : t"r .h ,. .1'.4' S_ V ,. 1 4/11'jy.- t!= tL
believes la : "
Wright precipitous
of products "
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= WORLD OF BOOKS Coca-Cola Issues Black Treasures Kite fJlf11J Your Good Health' I IMOlt

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ONE LORD, Uglous leaders throughout the e +
< ONE WITNESS; Edited by world.Some of those who spoke e live ta* (before the victim seek med-
CYRIL E. BRYANT; Published to' the' young people Included men will d ethey some en-' W attention.

3 I by World books, Waco, Texas; Billy Graham United States; !Itargement noagh. of the prostate The b order to get relief, surgical -
lI for the BAPTIST WORLD Solomon Gwel', Africa; and of onset [;varies but: Itfc removal of an or part of
( ALLIANCE, Washington, D.C. Othelo D. De Leon Asia ,age usually In the,WeI. The most the prostate Is necessary,:pe.
Last July, some 8,000 young The speeches of these andmany important thing to determine pending on the degree of eolargement
people from 59 countries met other world leaders are when the prostate becomes en- the age of the patient,.
In Berne Switzerland, for the reprinted, as well u a series A brged is whether it Is a simple and other factors, different ,
Seventh Baptist Youth Conference of comments questions raisedby benign enlargement,* can- types of operation art perforM
,1 of the World. This book the young people in the panel t cer.Ac. med. Great Improvements have
reports the events of the cervices discussions.The the prostate becomes enlarged been made in all of them: '
the discussions and the consensus of the report 1s the victim usually has Tat one that Snow most wide- (
fellowship of the young people that while a great deal was accomplished _t to urinate more frequently because 11 used removes only that JIOl-
during seven days of meetings in the croup __. the bladder does not empty tics of the prostate that 011-'
at the FesthaUe of Swltierland'scapital sessions the heart of the conference completely and therefore fill structs the flow of urine. This
city.: was when the young again more quickly thanfor- operation Is the simplest to'
The objectives of the conference people got together in small ,up nerly perform and the easiest to ret

were three-fold; to create groups to talk, discuss, and The frequency of urination if cover from, but It is not the
awareness; to develop Inspiration work out Issues on their own. especially: troublesome at night best operation for an patients % t
and to create fellowship.! The book would be excellent and in some ,victims there may with prostatic enlargement fa "
The book shows how the obJec- a youngpeople's church group to may be a tendecy to wet .the some, following this operation,! I
tives were more than amply obtain new ideas, a source of >,4 bed. The disease develops so the trouble returns In a few
accomplished through the wonderful help in building and gradually that it has usually years and the procedure' m':st
speeches and addresses from restoring religious faith and existed for two to five years be repeated. :
n array of some of the top re- brotherhood. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 I


Nassau's Lady Of 'Calypso J ,:


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2 baths and gorog* old adage says "History Repeats lieU."JIowenr,tile Coca- f: contents of this beautiful klTis shown above. There art a
Modern schools, churches and a com Cola Company with offices in Atlanta, has gone a long way out IS-mlnute color slide film, a record, a teacher's guide and
pll (hopping cenltr clott by to prove that "Negro History Presents Itself" A most unusual there are three copies of Golden Legacy an Illustrated maga-

LINCOLN ESTATES kit, "Black Treasures", Is receiving national acclaimfor cine series on famous BlackAmerlcamr, namely Harriet.Tnbman
what, at the moment, Is an effort to concretize the historyof and Toussaint L'Ouverture. There are Impressive pictures,
I 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 the American Negro in readable tangible form for use Inclusive of one of Leontyne Price which emphasize the .r f fr

'1 everywhere for clubs, homes, churches, etc. A part of the r importance of the Black man inAmericailistory! .

Gw o1 *oietlt Josephiie Baker's Frleads laid Together To f Pearl Bailey Will

the fea place la shop.. 30 ANNIWCR IDOINfOIN \ V Return To Movies

Help" Fanois Eitertelier With Hoistai Problem' NEW YORK:PeariBaileyone
SIHE-301 IQtll S1.MOTHER'S .
of the all-time greats, will return '
cmCAGQ.-N 1)-Frlenda of! wards that she was roughed up national children's village to to the screen In a new
DAY SPECIALS famous American-born French]I during the eviction and required souse 500 orphans, for Miss picture, "The Landlord." This

M /. 'efYe-xaM 'maewvMwu'q entertainer Josephine Baker raj bospltallutlon. Baker. MIss Baker was not will be her first movie since
nterWwr Josephine Baker l Miss Baker retlredasanenter immediately available for com- the virtual fiasco of "All the
allied to her support last week tamer several years agobut has ments on the" reported offer. Fine Young Cannibals" in 1960 ':'7
with offers to sponsor two major,: been forced to embark on con- The other offer came In the The comedy-drama will be shot
rejects to help her raise money cert tours recentlyprthcfpaUyj j "form of a proposed fund-raising (LID :Brooklyn beginning June t.
32I to support her 12 adopted children I in the U.S., to raise funds to concert tour of 20 American The story tells of white man.e .
of different nationalities. try to save her children's cities by NISI Baker. Sidney young owner of a tenement
Miss Baker, the former "Toast chateau home. But so far, she The otherkffer came In the form In a black community, who becomes
of Gay Paree," was evicted epin has been unable to cope with the of a proposed fund-raisingcon.; strongly: Involved with
LeI Mllandes France as haven mounting costs of operating the cert tour of 20 American cities .his tenants. Dfana Sands Will'
for the children The eviction was chateau. by Miss Baker, Sidney play the wife of attack militant.j .
urt-ordered when she was unable -. However, last week it was reported -. Williams,'Chairman of Opera-? '(The lole of the ex-vaudeville First Lady at Calypso Song In Nassau,capital of.the..Bahamas,;
to raise the necessary fund*i.,. ,that a wealthy'Spanish.,,"'.)vBreadbasket's. African singers.! a.flue cook and fortune' ,..'la Eloise lewis She has been wowing t tourists for 20 rears
'\I'' to pay off back debts on the-' businessman in Spa fa.Mad : !Affairs' 'Section; said be 'bad. .teller.{will,no to Miss Ballerfj; ;.,.lXiT'only' receattf-BaThe been'otrfciallrecognised: cat ha.(
I d ?# Its lateau. She charged after 'offered to set up a new inter- discussed with group of buslcnessmea ILLITERACY RATE Interpreter of the Island' own rhythmic beat, ', '

I L'1.pall.lincoftbl! concert -

WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou Williams tour for former Miss executive Baker.' HIGH FOR ADULTS First Lady Of :Calypso'

i I I director, Chicago Urban The ,number of functionally
pMai. Seek The Best Doctor j League did not list the cities illiterate adult Americans is still i'' Is Modem 'II:! Nissu
4 When Your Doctor Prescribes' being proposed the concerts high in spite of the reduction ini '
I get Experienced Pharmacists F Neither did he disclose details the proportion of illiterate workers '
a Rival,
To Fill Prescriptions accord- for the tour. the Labor Department reports -, Of Lady 'Gedivi
j i.
; Ing To Your Doctor's Orders. in the Catholic Digest ,
; NASSAU, Bahamas Next to Helen and
Troy's Coventry's \
We Use Only The Best >
Prugs Quality NEW mir: In March, 1965, 2.6 million! 'Lady Godlva the female revolutionaries might well Include
I II II workers 18 yean old and over!' Nassau's Eloise r

I tllsck SPRING ClASS had not completed: five yean of This buxom lass may not hare
'comprising chiefly the tintinnabulation -
I, l.. .. --...: ProprietorRegistered '. Mow btarung formal schooling, III additional*l launched a single ship or rode of Berkley'
,\ had unclad down anybody's avenue
S.8 million completed ,
S "Peanuts" Tayloronthe triple- '
Pharmacists Serve You j'
but when she ;
grabs a guitar ,
Choice of mums and Hydrangea. Hospital Aide Class live to 'seven yean and belts out her dissatisfaction drum set,Eloise has been known
A COMPLETE LINE OF Cashler-Sales-Clerk 'to simulate the sounds of tf
with her
"Pretty Boy", no one
Kindergarten Teachers'Aide begrudges her a place next to agitated sparrows dlstre! Led.
LOVELY POTTED PLANTS Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles rrOWN' HOUSE the world's darlngest women., Juliets and disembodied bacchanals />+

. SundrielPREOCRIPTIONS Piano-Guitar-Theory The natural musical prowessof Yetsheleavesnodoubt//
Band and Orchestra Instruments RENTAL Nassau's First whatever that sheis200-pounds
Lady of Calypso
I' Each in full bloom with CALLED FOR AND Song is underlined by the of woman, with tears to boot;
i an abundance of foliage 2-49. DELIVERED- BOIDEH-5 COLLEGE fact that musical history She has entertaining tour'.

Decorative and longlast- A LIMITED NUMBER OF nowhere records a woman I I ists for the past 20 years, but;
ing gift for mother. Com 1816 West 20th Sheet 2 LEVEL HOMES NOW taking on the ]Job of Interpreting before now had been regarded;
3-98 Registrar 35S-9722. Call AVAILABLE IN WASH HTS. the Island own rhythmic u simply another 1op111M':
plete in their own pots. Lilly's Drug 'Store Mon. Tues, Wed, and Fri. 2BR-475 beat. Today even the most unyleluuif I

,7:30o10:00 I : 3 BR-$85 Calypso has always been the of Island calypsonlans are
C -$ exclusive domain of the men of hailing the name of Eloise u
::::-- PER these parts. Lady Calypso"It
j : used to be hard" she says.

J j :::1. Y 1 Healthy, flowering Weddings Are Beautiful"SEE MONTH since Having she plucked could lift a guitar one, Eloise ever "For the the nightclub, owners,

has finally crashed the song- hiring me was soft of like investing .
POTTED AFRICANVI01ETNAN1S VULCANINC. barrier and Is today rated in desert real estate
[ a She sat in her dresslngrcjBat
YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL; COLD!" among the top nightclub enter- the
tainers in the Bahamas 'DrumOOat",14l1P1ckID. J
i I Night after night her guitar and listening for the I I
Complete Photo I
t Wedding Service"WE Cadillacs crammed with brass fanfare to'summon her

tourists pull up In front of the onstage .
I GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES" ., '171133'I( MICH II famous "Drumbeat Club' and "Sometimes I worked, some
times I ." she said. !'NI
: 49 dispatch the hundreds who will didn't
rkO I. C.P.S. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) t later leave with the unmistakable knew I had to stick It out:- ,
1H-347S I've been
/ Impression that they have singing ever since I
2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE h been in on a happening was eleven years old." j j ji
Most popular of all the indoor Singing against a background "Wh, do you sing Calypso i,
plants. Easy to care 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING I ? when that beat has sort of been '
for beauties in various cots kH MADAM IIIJL i reserved for men?' she was
,I $ ; 5 ors. Enjoyed by all 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY: i asked. <
"Who reseryedlfl"sheagd. ,
1, She will read your entlri Ilfe-fast,present and .
5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" Perhaps the men reserved It
i future She asks no questions but will tell you themselves
or those who visit j
want to know giving dates and facts of
I II I 8. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM i wslness, lore health and family affairs. Will the nightclubs or buy record-
1 lags but audiences from Mew
I coat
] tekjt find art. Tells whom will
-r' T. QUICK DELIVERY yon you yon Jersey to Las Vegas and from
boxed SERVICE.
Lovely gilt ,
.marry and when. If the one yon Ion la true, what Ontailo to St. Petersburg have !
to do to be successful WW reunite the separated I .
8. WE I all but broken down ,
CARNATION WILL ALSO ASSET YOU IN YOUR WEDDING locate absent friends and relatives, and causehappiness doors to
ARRANGEMENTS I Eloise each time she
; ;
y. between man and wife. Helps makeup 1 comes to town.
9. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED lovers' quarrels Tells U sickness and bad She
was bora Eloise Lewis
r CORSAGES ,luck are natural enemies, or If there Is an evil t 35
years In Nassau. Her
Influence. Doe*not tell to please yon.but will tell the truth One' ago
"WE I PLO nou father and two brothers were'dancers
f repay you 129 read life like an book but also guitarists, and her'mother
OR GROOMS ON PHOTO SA'rmF ACTION" your open help yon out of your' was a private school
TROUBLES. Come and see why
yon are so unhappy when, teacher
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downheutedklemk ,' Tm afraid Mama
: and worried when can be helped and was outnumbered
t you everything made ,
clear by consulting THB GIFTED mused "I was
Bob Smith Studio Everybody wel born with what it's
Fresh carnations beautifully come. NO MAIL AJ 1'ERED.'I make no house calls. Dont able to calI'IOIII'.o'8e'r now fashion
t arranged and tied mistake the address,...MAfiAll B&SSIS"? is located north of
i with a colorful ribbon Callahan on U.s. II, ft mile from City of Callahaa, Florida.. and then next> stop Is Germany,
2422 NOR! FH MYRTLE 8-3200 a 2-week Junket across
bow Choice of colors. AVENITR: Phone: 179-2230
6 WATCH FORHERSIGNINFRONTOFHOCBE..Aeroisthe Europe with Peanuts and others,
F OFFICE> HOUR ,> .t from SPORTSMAN MOTEL street ,bringing the Calypso beat to.
.... SATISFACTION GUARANTEED W.ttiMENT OK'MONEY REFUNDED DAILY 9:oo To 6;00 SAT. SUN_WOOTOSOOPM; : '' tl tin dally from I a.m. to 10 p.m; I, ,Tm mllUons thrilled"on she the continent.
THl .C P tm _YOUTOI_ =S.OOREADINGfor'tzJ sail"Tve .
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I I'jgene .Butler Chapter! Appeals For Help In Cancer Society Fund DriveL I I

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Jix ConciNronei To Aid Driver Gala Musical. Event And Ball Game Slated For Way 23 I

t In Wolf SOl. Park To Raise Funds For Cancer Drive

r Tt Bold New City Music Festival, a booster Tent for the begin at 145: p.m': at Wolfson.
J first moving Da al County Cancer Fond Drive, will beheld Listed are the Art Goodman Community Choir Gretel and
j on Mar 23 at Wolfson Ball Park according to Mr. IlIIel' Gertie Dancing School Blvena Specials Cleftones Tonettes,
IDnenport;Bannister, chairman of thtSpecla1 IYlnt.Committee. Harris-Tonne Trio,Sunrise FemaleSlngers.BobSmlty
lira Bannister and Eric 0. Simpson editor and publisher of Versatlers Little Valarte Malbory Mrs Jacqaelya Smith Davis.
,.the Florida Star, have expressed optimism. to the outcome Other unnamed groups will appear. .
2f the drive and, with a large croup of helpers' have Indicated On the music committee are Bill Young, Marian Collins and
tttat this final effort should enable the workers to reach their Art Bar daman.Wlltocd .
igoai.* Lyons Jr. will umpire the Pains and Aches game
A.thret-lnnlng Old Timers Ball game will open the festivities. Among the many outstanding! Jaxons aiding In the drive art
# t 7:30. Councilwoman San,. llathls will head the Rheumatics .CJL. Willis, Theodore Lawrence J.L. Williams Elect Lucas
M Councilwoman Mary L. Singleton will attempt to lead Uw and Mrs Jennie Vtt Crockett who will supervise the nurses
Arthritics to victory. This battle or Pains and Aches will present for service
Jjavt as pvtlclowts Cancer who are lending their efforts Mr. Simpson ls chairman of the Eugene-Butler Branch of the
''and jiving their time tote project. Duval County drive.
lira Pannjster herself a widely known musician has enlisted The general public la invited. Each Jaxon is asked to bring
Cconcnjroman Mary L. Singleton, left Cooncl enlisted the services at some of the city's outstanding musician numerOus
woman SallytMalnlirf ; the help of musical groups and-singers. They family and friends.
t Etne) Davenlort-Bannlster and Eric 0. Simpson u and music "leaders In what, promises to be the largest will ctejent the,Mid New City Music Festival, scheduled to
, w(01as many ethers, Invite Jacksonville citizens and citizens'ron benefit Bold New City Musical the city's I history.Citizens
n '( inr sending localities, to be present 00 May 33, 1:10 re urged to come early, with families and friends. Eric 0.
I p.m., to give the final lift to the fast-moving cancer drlre.MM. Simpson, right beads the Eugene Butler Branch of toe Duval CANCER FACTS foil my help save your life WHAT ELSE CAN
r Singleton\ will, In the Interest of conquering dread County Cancer Society Drlvt. lira. Bannister beads the Special .. . .
disease will bead the Arthritics Ball Team Mrs Mathls ,l Brent: : Commttto. All funds raised used for the battle against nope is in the air concerningcancer. treatment of this cancer at an early stage
will coach the Rheumatics toward victory lira Bannister has.r .cancer. All are welcome. 1,400,000 Americans could save nearly 3 out of 4 of its victims. YOU DOAGAINST

Find alive today-are cured! ...against
should learn to
strength examine their breasts

Tbl/pae is donated by the FLORIDA STAR for Jour means Checkup.of the detected before it monthly.has spread When the cancer survivalrate is YOU CAN'VOLUNTEER

I, life... is over 80%.

I\Year ,ell Help Fight Cancer WorshipTHIS nation is the best A defense yearly against physical cancer.exami-It ...and last but not least by learning

\ \ can lead to early detection and treatment of Cancer's Seven Danger SignaislI.
WEEK 'I the disease-and add years to your life. .Unusual bleeding or discharge
iistiBf 2.A lump or thickening the breastor
t By Your Firm As A
Sponsor elsewhere.
..gainst Uterine Cancer. TO WORK IN
3.A sore that does not heal.
/ \ For women the simple. and painless"Pap"test 4.Change in bowel or bladder habits
is an annual "must"This test can detect can- 5.Hoarseness orcoughr .
r S25.OO OB This' Pup Next Week cer of the uterus when almost 100% curable., 6. Indigestion or difficulty in swallowing YOUR
.and 7.Change In a wart or mole.If .
give a
Mike Checks Payable To ...against any of these usually painless signals lasts NEIGHBORHOODCall
: Lung Cancer. more than two weeks see your doctor. A
: specl.lofferllgI' 'LiJ signal means you need medical advice. You
If you don't smoke ciga- may have nothing serious, but if cancer is
AMERICAN CANCER, SOCIETY your church rettes,don't start;if you do present the earlier it is treated, the better the 354 6782Sal.
t smoke Hop. Those who ,chance of cure.
. "break the habit" gain real health benefits, Even the leukemia picture is brighter. Sun.
even after many years of smoking. There is no cure as yet, but thanks to medical .. Non.
Sunday ..gainst Colon and Rectum Cancer. advances, many lives are now being extended
months or even yean. Research is making 9 A.M. To 7 P.M. '
i Every adult should have a "procto" exam as great progress against this and other forms
ia a to FIGHT CANCER part of his annual checkup. Detection and of cancer.
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'warning} signals mother Your means
t and not recognize it. :! } well.

But when
i \,".
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1. Unusual bleeding discharge.. f..j says you'rehealthy
'. 2. A lump or thickening in the breast or elsewhere. ,

.., ,'.4 ; 3. A.sore that does not heal you can be sure.

: 4. Change In bowel or bladder habits.' Help'

;. Z'it; ; 5. Hoarseness or cough. yourself witha

r ; Indigestion or difficulty In swallowing. checkup.And lUSH YOUR CONTPtllUTIOH- TODAY

/. : '. 7. Change in size or color of a wart or mole.
others with
'I/' I>
\\f.4;''.\1,.. : If one persists for two weeks,see your doctor. check.

.. But better still don't play guessing games with your life. To: Anericai' C;leer Society
j '
vi; See your doctor for a checkup once a year no matter how. "

I. ...1 great you feel.Help yourself with a-checkup.And others AmericanCancer
.1 with check. ," : .Butler Chapter
b' :;, a ,. : :' I,,: Eugene
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J''i :. 1;: e.American Cancer Society"M ,,L.' '". Society f; "iT. I: '.0. Box 599 Jacksonville, Fl. 32201 '.

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. Menu In The Round Wheels In Sun Fun Han Pesetas Exclusive To The Cook

Everywhere wheels are rolling -
taking you flat out to fun rp i
in the sun to track turf, Ai Gratia
mountain or any scene where
the action It Bike dragster, M
super-cat or family wagon Her It the housewife recipe
leisurely or speedily any for peaches M gratin.
mode of travel is exciting I 1 can (1 Ib. II one.) cling peach
Perhaps you're among the sheds; :
lucky ones who watch Indy 3/4 cup cracker crumb,. dl-
500" racers barrel down the MNa Tided;
track or join the crowd off to I slices processed American
the beach or mountains, or perhaps cheese;
this is the long-promised t slices boiled ham;
family outing to the lake. > tablespoons butter or margarine I

HOT MACARONI SALAD *14ins. S tablespoons; chopped onion; '
WITH DOGS 1 teaspoon prepared mustard;

I (7oz. pkg. shell macaroni yp __ 1 1 I/a jar cups(t os milk.) chopped;; pimento;
6 slices bacon diced
Drain "'acb... Coat It peach )
2 tablespoons vinegar slices with cracker crumbs ft/
1 tablespoon finely chopped (about 1/4 cup). Cut 4 slices, I
onion of cheese la half Place I/I'
1/2/ teaspoon prepared slice cheese on each ham slice., :
mustard Add two peach slices and roll J
1/2/ salt ,
teaspoon up. Place In shallow baking,
1/4/ teaspoon pepper dish. Melt butter In skillet,
1/3/ _
cup dressing Add onion and saute until trans
1/3/ cup chopped pimiento parent Add remaining cracker;
1/4 cup chopped green pepper _. r. crumbs and mustard Graduallystir
1/4 cup chopped celery -. ream butter or shorten in milk. Cook, stirring:
,I. (12-oz)pk,. welnen weiners through about 12 mining until soft and creamy. Add until thickened Dr.atr.maln-
utes. Place cheese round In sugar gradually beating until
ing slices of cheese Into
Cook macaroni In boiling center Keep hot until picnic light and fluffy. Add eggs and and stir Into sauce until pieces melt
salted water. Fry bacon until time. beat thoroughly. Sift flour and ed. Drain
pimento and add to
crisp; drain. Add vinegar, chop-, DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE cocoa together. Dissolve soda Place r _
sauce. a peach slice
ped onion mustard, salt and in 2
tablespoons coffee and each ham t
pepper to I tablespoon l baconfat. 1 cup.margarine or vegetable add to rest of ingredients alternately and bake roll. Poursauceoverall s t
In 400
degree (hot)
Heat to boiling i Add drained shortening with coffee Beat until oven IS minutes, '
cooked macaroni saladdressing 2 cups sugar well blended. Add vanilla Pour
oven 18 minutes Serves 6
i pimiento, 4 ,
green pepper eggs into two 9-inch greased layer An
celery and bacon Tors 2 cups,. flour pans. Bake at 350F, for 30 supper elegant stars cling and peaches easy spring and
minutes. Cool. Frost between ham
Place salad In heat resistant 3/4/ cup cocoa layers, top and sides with a
round salad bowl. Arrange 1 teaspoon soda :rcamy white frosting. '
weiners In spoke fashion. Put I cup strong cold coffee A cake mix may be used
in 325 degree_oven, and heat I 1 teaspoon vanilla and also. s frosting mix. .

r- Baby _

'EQGi.OQD'AVE. Feedinga '4.. ww -
1 1/ ,STORE ChoreToday's

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young mother wouldbe
I A.M.
amused to see the methods of
Sunday feeding baby used in the 1900's

and horrified at those of the 17th ,. For a wonderfully easy-to-do supper, sliced ham is rolled t Use any vegetable combination, but try chilled sliced cook,
SLICED century and earlier. around golden cling peach slices and covered with a luscious. Eucclnl, tomato and cucumber slices A tart oil and vinegar
n For almost 2,000 years "feed. cheese sauce Then it Is briefly baked to blend the flavors. dressing with a spoonful of mayonnaise or sour cream. added
ing bottles" were made of crude I Served with a vegetable salad and bread sticks rolls; here'. fives. the final touch.
81ffEDLIVER pottery and shaped like pots or your whole meal and most of It cat be done ahead of time iu
BACON jugs They were difficult to keep

clean. Some and certainly had wide uncomfortable mouths so- r--- OroRae Sweet Potato Pie i'q I

that solids could be mixed with 2 well beaten eggs 1 teaspoon lemon juice Combine eggs brown sugar salt, allspice, c nnam nlmar.
J5'T the sheep's or goat'a milk. Solid f$ cup firmly packed iys cups mashed sweet malade and lemon Juice. MIX well. Add sweet }potato.
Foods were first chewed thor brown sugar potato Blend well Gradually stir In Carnation Evaporated Milk.
.r .. .: 40 : oughly by motheror nurse,before o Ih teaspoon ealt? ". I. ls/j'tup* undiluted Carnettohwa Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake In hot oven ,(423F.) '5 I
,wwr.m_. ..,.q ? ,. y given to baby.fa | |J '.' ?'4.tei.poon's"' IC ;a f rtS4porsted Milk*: taut minutes. Reduce to moderate oven (350F.) and,,continue
"- LB.. In medieval r EogTand"a cow's Ih teaspoon cinnamon 9-1nch"llngl. crust J' baking about 40 minutes or until knife inserted time-enter
horn was common apparatus.The marmalade unbaked pie shell llji/
Ih cup orange of pie cornea out clean. Cool and serve.
restless Elibabethans however -

'fRRESSKK EGG FLOPIDA GRADE ASMALL hankered for the specially 111SHOP 1

manufactured devices of the "Super-Right" .
EGGS iY +!i
French and Italians. The earliest Corn ltd.

types, usually bottle-shaped witha qv llat'tr.:,. .
bF ;
vertical spout, were made of Western ?
I either wood or pressed leather.
.During the Bronze Age "man
25 learned to make use of metalBaby's ,.
feeding Instruments became
more refined and were
made of tin in various ,spout
shapes and later pewter. Lt.
DETERGENT Pewter bottles were in common
s usage about the time Americawas
CATSUP being colonized. However in
AJAX some frontier outposts, where
these were not available mothers RIB HALF
14 OZ. BTL. were using nursers and nipples
carved from wood hollow gourds
LIMIT 1 WITH $S OR 25*. and cow'i horns as In medieval '"
MORE times. The store that 49
i When cornmeal was In short LB
supply frontier mothers learned
about !
:49 from Indian squaws how to makeit cares you
go further. Babies sucked on a
piece of cloth dipped In a mixture r? .' ;
Sparkle Gelatin Special : :
GIANT. ; of ground cornmeal crushed .h : : ;
walnuts and water.
BALLARD DAY And when the frontier mother Dessert ;pkg9c;
had to be outside and couldn't
FLOUR EVAPORATED fHILK_'Jff 89* watch her little one she would Cleanser Special! Extra Special !
give him a piece of raw pork or
NORTHERN calves liver to teethe on. It was Special! jat Parker
attached to a string tied to baby's Bab-0 can a 0
RGLI3,3l TI1
u 49' 4 big toe,so that in case he were to Imi ir

BAG choke on it the natural impulseto Ann Page Crape JaiJELLY or Special-! j J
U.S. NO.1POTATOES kick would jerk it from his \Blick.irryPIES

.10LB. BAG 43$: mouth.Wet nurses ftourlshed'amonl '3s79c-
; the upper classes until the middleof
the 18th century. The bottle DETERGENT
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was used only as a last resort spee
3 LB.BAC,35t, when no wet '
RICE ; nurse could be
--- found. In the latter half of that BEANS 4 's= sip 5lb.4or. Special!

s FARM BEST 'ASSORTED FLAVORS : glass century nursers the replaced feeding pottery bottle and and ... .. KING SIZEPACKAGE ,,. Jam Parker

metal ones. By 1870 rubber nursing
ICE MILK 39'PURE nipple were available but SpiiiskIAR

were usually attached to a rubber
tubing leading to the bottle. The UMrt t -
glass was thick and shapes varied WITH
i Y from that of beer bottles to almost 5. on MORE ORDER
breastshaped.One zo La MCI. CI6MUTTC) 19-01 a9."

C M>_____ ___? ___ i j' : "formula"of was the the first physician to devise for a ;., cake "

the Swedish Royal House in : '-. :..' Fresh Fruits and Vegetables .

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., sweetened with sugar. And just o?> :> Washington State Special;'"

1! such many a years.formula was used 9 for ':o:,. tti a.. : Wliesip Apples LB \f :I

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U.S No. 1 Florida '
TH j7ER Co., today babies can reap the Bulk, White Special "
nutritional benefits and mothers atol Potatoes
ctrNrw can enjoy the convenience of I ipR-Bua, ( ) 4'
Gerber formula products.: Modi- .

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available in 4- and 7-ounce nursing -' *
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I) s' 1I For The Sportster Women's n. Soft s..k == Fashions At, A Glance -

Fashion experts abroad and In came to the VS. with their cnaracteruea Dywheatorwesreedesigns then about ".000. ,.
It you're so ferine from an the States tare predicted this husbands,wore lace fashions on a very coarse mesh. But Empress Eugenie mated
Talk attack of midwinter doldrums to be the "Great Lace Tear." Newport, where the expedition Today, however lace is Napoleon supposedly\ had what
but retains its
treat yourself to a "beauty Lace for. centuries has had forces were headquartered. machine-made, has been termed the most expensive -
If the people who Invade your tain" to make yon feel clean, tie reputation of being both feminine Lace reportedly was established elegant and distinctively lace gown In royal history -
house are the sitting u well refreshed and papered. The and refined as t favorite material quality. (200,000 Francs-r-
as the sleeping kind, perhapsyou bath is a time for relaxation Currently designers are King by the Southern American St At the beginning of the 16th equivalent to about $40,000).
should check out some of quiet and prlmy-and Ia.-e lavishly and la many of ates. century, lace-making was considered Thirty-six women supposedly
the functional furniture available too. Jean Baptists Colbert, finance as one of the more Important
It's time for beauty care, the bridal and evening gowns. labored II months In creating
Avon Products softest these Lace Is being seen more and minister during the reignof required skills for (the
with Borne both are dual-sleep and units steps, for t soft soak that more on the cocktail circuit. Louis the 14th is known as fair sex In socially prominent It.Women, however,do not have a
I comfort. seating They are not sleeping weird will work wonders for u- and the campus crowd has car- "the father of the French lace groups or at the court-as monopoly on the wear ing of lace
la appearance and can be used eom'ortable, dry body skin. ried the delicate fabric to the industry" Colbert is alleged portant. the knowledge of fine During the reign of William and
either la the living room or Pour a few_drops of-an each In the form of bikinis to have helped establish when paintings and music. Mary, the king purchased a lace
the bedroom. emollient-based soap then and pants suits I ta became Unit tf IM.IILIFrancebuylng'Venetianlacei. During the 16th and 17th centuries cravat for his brother as a
Both ere appeal and comfort soak for 10 minutes. Drt Some of the most fragile and It people Invested savings natal gift.Today .
qualities have been advanced gently, wrapping yourself in exquisite lace originates In what Is said that Colbert lured Itallan la laces as security similar to male evening wear has
through the development of new a soft, fluffy towel Apply a has been labelled for a longtime lace-makers to his country the present-day purchase of a touch: of lace, in fact, some
t fixtures and mechanism for perfumed skin softener to as the home of the lace to staff the first of many Jewels--.B was not unusual for of the evening shirts for men
dual-sleep furniture. These problem area such as heels, Industry, France. schools and studios where the paintings to be done in lacs. are lavishly lace trimmed.
new mechanisms allow a floating legs knees and elbows Benjamin Franklin Is credited art of lace-making was first One of America's' tell-known Lace handkerchiefs originated
action of the mattress for
superior sleeping comfort. ,as introducing tbeelegantworld developed. lace importers owns"The Lace in Europe in 1500. In theStates,
Home furnishings specialiststell Reflections IroningIroning of lace In this country when, In Clunn, nuns Joined the lace- Merchant" (.considered) i raremasterpiece Mrs. J. P.Morgan was reporteducollectlnglace
1; us one of the basic things on as representative of the American making artists, creating cherished as some
Women have had admiration
long great
a consumer must consider when colonies he went to FranceIn lace pieces for the church artwork.
still the most
remains for lace MarieLouise
selecting a dual-sleep unit is quest of military and financial the art gowns Only rare laces are expensive'n
and ultimately passing
disliked household chore but wife of Napoleon, reportedly '
whether It will be used every assistance Cluny this era, but lace has renamed
night even your ironing pad can on to the younger women. wore a lace dress to
or occasionally. A unit History records that the through the centuries
speed it Select one with a lace, a.bobbin lace, Is made the coronation of Queen Victoria
with a better mattress will be up. French officers' wives, who 'lady-like.".
of linen and cotton thread,
required if the furniture will metallic layer. -: that allegedlycostl,000pounds-
have constant use. .
There are three main types of
seating-sleeping units made by r
the upholstered furniture; In GRANADA rhl"INduN" will 1. IIP"I'd Ih". limn SAVE R r
dustry-sofa beds sofa sleepers urln'h' not IS...k.

The, and sofa day;bed beds.has no separate .: DESSERT DISH '_;:"::: -,!H ;0 .: "_29c ,tr:': '

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down to form a flat surface "-. .! COlIn cu, 29''ir ,
29 -- Ir :!;:::
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are usuallyof :
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under the sofa seat ..
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f Amtrlfbh Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear. Here ii a shaped ens.A -"Y. .:.,'.::.::::;." ...ant Mr.et1 005109FOLGER'S
t1 douUPflreasteduvy knit sportcoat with Edwardian collar. It Is full-site mattress Is con
teanffi with a knit pullover and white knit slacks' cealed under the cushions of the .>.awLwxn,II cm WA1MAINtew.I..5I......-e.Ir.w./ta.w II---.".dM.Iwrl
sofa sleeper When cushionsare
removed and the seat lift DETERGENT 49*
ed up, and out, a mattress PA .

I Reflections II! Beauty stretches Federal requires complete COFFEE e.Aar, ,a ..: ::::

labeling on mattresses, Mi
Poise, self-confidence and a beautiful complexion are enabling the homemaker to DETERGENT. 59
magical wfardi to any teenager check on all Items Inside, Including . .
I? All too often,Just when she becomes acutely aware of herpersonaf the type of foam used Ora..e.iI.45.51.,.,,,.* u.A.w.I,.i Mi
appearance and begins to take a real interest in in filling and padding The labels MfcJ

make-up, hair-do and fashion, Diet .I.. ..h. ? -. ._....lftt-- cause,--- must specify X-Y-Z foam STOR COFFEE 43' "" a MAZOLA OIL 59
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complexion problems appear.If,1jhe of. teenage skin problems, polyurethane or latex foam rub-.,La. tatw* w-lew T s . .
ber and also
skin condition ''Ii Along with proper cleansing holstered mattresses appear on, all chairs up 11.Ml MONTI TOMATO,......?..?..
severe or if acne is suspected, routine with Formula Nineteen CATSUP
and sofas SAUCE 8/l.
Manufacturers 3/l.
a',dermatologist I should be I also advise teens to no longer use the unqualifiedterm MARGARINE.t1.3/$ 1.,
consulted But if her problem avoid rich oily foods such as ;
nor can they state
dseems to be superficial, potato chips, chocolate and OTlSreJr1!?*! nfiisYrniEss/ti
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plexion that means so muchto 'soap can be used as a supplement sofas and sleepers. Like sofas,
a girl's The proper way to they do not open Into beds, but' DEPT. SPECIALS
marvelously beneficial cleanse your face is to work are stationary Like sleepers, : HAND BROAD BABY FOOD.e a.9' JELLY.'e..'... 3/$1
lotion is combat the the seat cushions CR."A QUICK NIOZIN -D
designed to from the chin up to ears are oftencalled ev.Naa
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'NC tl STAR PAPER SITIIlrt. MAT 11,4! I.


I I' Maury Wills Launches Into Business With Nat. Chain Of Drv Cleaning Storjs': H'

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Fowoas Athlete To Attend

Host To Culture Seekers t ty t

Opoaiag. Of.E c New .Unig" Sfodeits IB

LOS ANCELES-EstabUaluDeat of a franchise chain of dry, i ROUNDUP
cleaning stores to be known u Muray Wills Stolen Base,' : NO
Flag Dispite ; HUNGER? ?
Inc., will begin Immediately through the nationwide ofltoerof*
WASHINGTON-(NP0-IB there hunger in the United Stales
Franchise Market Service President J.W. Kosseff, president, .
NEW ORLEA.NSNPoIh.clents .
The Nixon administration doubts U- and for that reason,
announced recently. in Southern unlversly, It has held up a major attack on the problem hanger. .3
According to ICosseff, whose firm has Its home offices In New Orleans branch have 11- .
According to a senior White House official, "The hiager i
Los Wills has spent much of his time off from _
Angeles, turned the "school
ierally up'tplde program is oa the shelf. There> may be malnutrition in t
baseball during the past two years in developing the program. down. About 2,000 students America but real hunger on a substantial scale-.I dent "
Pilot stores are at 1015 WestSanta Barbara Avenue,4Lt Eaaf- have refused to go to believe It.'' Administration officials also., then simply
El Segundo Boulevard. and on Llemert Boulevard, Los Angeles. classes have taken down the A* ::1I' .
no money la the reduced:1970 federal budget far u It- < )
., ,I> merlcan flag and in Its place, f. 6 'l ct oo hunger Meanwhile, Chicago's Mayor' Richard Daley f
to the needs of minority,entrepii-;
The program geared a Black flag which they call reacted to the problem of hunger differently by ordering city1
for In disadvantage* areas, although it Is "
nears the Liberation.
"Flag healty human resources, and antl-kpoverty forces to search *
.not restricted to those areas, Kosseff said. They are demanding mors'' jxA the city's hungry and "put food on the table." kIN
"Wills has simplified the operation so that persons with Black studies, more buildings, ,
limited experience have a good chance for OBoest., u they teachers studentsIn
more pee of FOOTSTEPS : 'fl .. >f
follow the procedures set up by Wills' company/ the po1Ic.maylnlmach1Derr
CHARLESTON, S.C.-Br. Ralph David Abernathy, SCLC t
The operation has been established in accordance with gover- .of the school and of the
firing : president, has followed In the footsteps of his predecessor; t
ment regulations for putting minority: individuals business: dean. the late Dr. Martin ,
Luther King. Jr., by going to ]aH for this
for themselves through funding by the small Business Ad, Southern unlversly In New Orleans
beliefs, Dr. Abernathy and more than 100 other parse** ?
ministration. is 10 years old, and was were arrested for marching In front of the state medical .i?
Plans set up by Wills call for the opening of five satellite dry constructed by the state in order college hospital defiance of a court order. Workers who Shave
cleaning stores In an area, all to be serviced by a single to keep Negroes out of a been forbidden by court order to have more, than J
The stores and the plant will be franchised individually.Cost '
plant. branch of Louisiana State Uni.
10 the line
persons on picket are seeking unionisation of !a
of a store, as a' turnkey operation, If under $15,000. versity. It has attracted over the hospital ?
According to Kosseff, the oldest of the three stores on 2,000 students but it has not

Santa Barbara Avenue is showing a met profit of$20,000 a kept Negroes out of LSUNO,, REVOLUTION? ? J

year. which is filled with Negroes BATON ROUGE, LA While a revolution bF'a small minorlty *
Wills, currently playing baseball for Montreal, said that he The president of Southern In
intends to be present at the opening of each store In the chain,' New Orleans is also the president of Black people in the United States Is not feasible 2
Insofar as his schedules permit. of Southern in Baton due to the white population's overriding resources,a revolution' :*
Home offices for Franchise Market Service are at 930 South and be reportedly seldom "should not be dismissed as a possibility," according to .i 4
Rouge Georgia state Rep. Julian Bond. The United States "has no' *.
Tea Brea Avenue Los Angeles, 90036.
has been the New Orleans -
______ on Q
Negro problem, but it has a tremendous white problem,
campus. A dean with very Rep. Bond told a capacity crowd in the Louts '*
HAND IN HAND limited authority has Ie"edand ?S t4 University union. Negroes, be said, no longer want tome*
this the students have otK _
on rt
WASHINGTON-Simplistic beliefs, ignorance, and low tolerance Jected. p t 1 IY A a part of the white community but want (o earn their' .' owa". u
for social and political diversity go hand in hand with M S place In society. N'.a:

anti-Semitism, a comprehensive study of attitudes on anti-
Semitism has found. According to the analysis, conductedby Bayard Ristia' LoiisiiBi Cities beast Of.

the Survey research center of the University of California, I
one of every '.three : Americans has a "negative image' Hits Negroes As THEIR Miyors .s:
of Jews, a third Is indifferent to the problem of antl-fiemetism, Coddling '
.and another third U irtually free" of antl-Semetlc beliefs. NEW ORLEANS-CWQ: of both white aDd BIac ,' but ,,
Of Dissidents State of Louisiana now has two | the Blacks are in the majority, ,
cities preside over by Black :Racial conditions in the section, S;
SEAFOOD CENTER NEW YORK: Bayard Rustin, mayors have been admirable for yaers *"
outstanding civil rights worker, The first Is Grambllng,a small I and there was no incident in 1
136N.MrRn AVE PH. EU141YOUR and known for his pointed views all-Negro community i surrounding the election which wpund up ,r f
on racial relations, struck a GrambUhg college Thls' with a Black man ai ,tile ,: .,.
stinging blow this week at the community has had a Negroas victor. ,' 4 :*
universities of the nation which "
for al number of Serving with Mayor Boptare m
yMRIMP g A i Th" W..kl Specal, stem to be leaning to the mayor yearsThe
five three qf wBom ,
Bact'maor is I .
Long TrmolocnIFoverito 4910 "stupid" demands of Black stu-
WHITING ................ John Jr. who are Black: James H., Jones; '
SPANISH MACkEUl For 8.olin" .Ib dents. Tony Uwrence is the host of the Harlem Cnttrnal Festival, to be presented this summer in" Boob, was elected '
Rustln suggested the employment Mt. Morris Park with the cooperation of the City of New York Parks, Recreation and Cultural city chief of Grand Co- contractor; Edward J.RqPUb-,: ,

e lARGE MULLET .................................lB: 39 of remedial training for Affairs Administration and the Maxwell House Division of General Foods Corporation. teas, a small city In southwest lie school principal, and Rusy;
Blacks. He said that Negroes Maxwell House will also sponsor two Harlem Cultural television specials' Louisiana Inthe Frenchspeaking sell J. Richard, school teacher, I.,
SPEC. TROUT.. lb. 69' DRUM are suffering from Integrationand to be aired In New York and 12 other major cities. section of the state and athletic coach. .Is.
: Ib. 45' use the russ of demands for
\ SHUPHEAD"N Greed Cowaghaa a population
Ib ,
STEAK FillETS 98' YELLOW special privileges on school I ,. 'i 1

CONCH MEAT lb. 79 MUllET ROE ,.. lb. 98' campuses Miss. Rights Worker's Widow. Grier Pours Fine Wine ;
SEA BASS ........ .lb. 59 RED BASS The leader said that "soulcourses" 4'.L

CAT FISH ......... Ib 69' for Baking! ...... lb. 59' are worthless.Rustln !
says he favors bringing Relates Story Of 66 AttackMERIDIAN J

Gen. Beach Whiting ............................... 59' lb. the Negroes and the Puerto .
({Capture on Panl.ydra Sur') Ricans into the told of activi Toe widow of 1968, on their home In patties:
ties. He felt that Negro students -
are very poorly prepared a murdered Mississippi civil burg and how he met death

s a > and that there is a "lack of rights ,worker told a poignant, himself .trying to protect hfs".
t I social courage" on the part of and heart-rending story of i family from the wrath of MIssissippi -
white professors, pre-dawn attack January 10, white marauders t ''hilt

i Mrs. Vernon F. Dahmer, 43
years old, a school teacher,
opened the testimony in the
Phone trial of 11 Jones CountyKu
OWN HOME 354-6746 Klux Klansmen in the !

murder of Vernon Dahmer, 1'1)
All BRICKI! activist in the matter of voter ',e
registration and rights for the .1'

COIONIAC" Blacks In the .state of Missis
-- =y 3BEDHOOM : sippi. ,

405 FIRST FEDERAL The Klansmen are charged ;
As low all
BUILDING with conspiring to "Intimidate. ti
AY I e s> threaten and coerce' Dahmer, i
MODS 0 5P 66T NX IIRLAR PROOF m native of HatUesburg, becauseof
N st' VdUK HOME WITH his activities. I

V.rno Dt tson) SALES OFFICE at BURGLAR BARS, Mrs. Dahmer told of hearing 4 4E
jest off DIVISION u 20th ST. EXP, POORS AND GATES: her car blowing on that morning. -* :
The family discovered that
RAN PARK FINANCING AVAILABLE' the car was on fire. "I called
CALL 354-8527 DAYTIME 4w
to Vernon, continued the
widow "to. get up and then
I the shots started cOmln,. ThenI
saw the save of the house was :

burning." !

Getting music to sound right in a of The the Mississippian family escaped said through some ,et III'W

,windows. As she was leaving,
t studio is a matter of getting Mrs Dahmer said, she heard

f( perfect balance of elements a,a ; ; ac 'Dahmer told her returning to try get the He l'i'I

f children 00'\'w b n e he kept

'. I shooting. A son, Harold, took
The same thing I expect, applies : \<\'i1t;: the family truck to the home IIi

\ ,, of Dahmer's sister, Mrs. Ear- '11
to getting a ,: : line Beard. from where he 11It
ements..drynessflavor called for help for the fire. He I
balance of a ; 'd ..( then returned and took the family ---4T. "
: :' \, .. to the hospital.A "
:1 : '
? the {1
works.Thafs'what. I find in' former neighbor, Lee L. :.

Gordon's Gin. 22 Wilson, a mechanic, told of Rosey Grier, at a recent Washington dinner party 1 for top media personalities a, srDuri'
hearing shots. He said he saw of fine California wine from Us adopted state, for Voice of America broadcaster MrsTpaT m
,two cars pass his home,coming Gates. Mr. Crier is a Los Angeles broadcaster and enjoys win often since Callftrtda :4
Roy Eaton, Composer, Pianist; Music Director ol Benton t flow/as Inc, one of the nttlon'i largest tdvtrtlslng egen- from the area of the Dahmer America's wine country. At this dinner California Chablis accompanied the tai .:
clan, winner of KoicHitzka Foundation lint Chopin Award, inltrnaitonal recitalist, recording trust for Mace Records :house. One had a flat tire and California Burgundy was served with the steak fish course." .is

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usually; occurs between the ages treatment of this disease will ti
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4e JjlTe & fill all Doctors',Prescriptions. completely. During this time U can the right type o*treatment. ft
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i b II, 1111 --- $151 urns MCE 11:1. :

I Popsters Set Record In Hurdles And Long Jump At Pelican Relays In La. .n. I

I High School Century Seen Checking The Memory

As Thriller For AthletesBATON ?

ROUGE 1&-NPI) Anchorman BenrySmotherso- OYrtn

Trepsters Rodney MUburn lAd pined a huge lead In the mite "" Tour SOIALSURITyofftE

Spencer,:Thomas held the spotlight relay and held off a strong *. '
aiithe Pelican Relays. bid by Felix Johnson of Prairie k
came/toll Close at Southern View to girt Arkansas AM&N will be plod to help you

'University./ a l.ll.O mile relay victory -

Both Mlttam, from faalousas.CUrkud Smothers was clocked In 48.0 There are two familiar quest security card. So, now-is the
Thomas, Carver of for his leg. Johnson's time was ions to u in Social SecurityHow time to apply for your card
'X,,, OrJBans, turned in per. unavailable but he managed to old do I hays to be to so that you will have U when
.formanceei. which bettered the pick up 10 yards on Smothers get a Social Security CueS you go to work. '.

winning*olleg division efforts Lloyd Wills of Carver High, Where can I get a Social A Jot of yon .ntsal,.' "What
ID the tame events New Orleans, long legged,- Security Cud The answer Is"You're ,.. good is Social Security to me..
Ruining over the 42- tatenyileglate : smooth runner, ran the best'prep c never too young or toto since I am so young?' Well
hurdles, MUburn wu quarter in the state! so old" to get I a Social Sec r.. this question is easy to answer.
'clocked.1tt U seconds while far this spring with a 481. Ity card. You can get one at ,Recent chances in Social Security

Thomas. lItU a step hack U effort. He later came back to any age. You can get an application provide for disability benefits
14.1. Tttfticolj/glate wiener, anchor: Carver to a J.H.1 mile for aSoclalSecurltycard to a worker age U or
WilllamiS npeffot Texas,See*. relay win with a 48.1 leg. sf at any post office or at your younger with only I quarters
there, had }4.4. Earlier in the The high school: century wu local Social Security office. of coverage under Social Be-

&y Thomas von the.lonfjtunpIn a thriller. After three false Many of yon young people will curU,. ,number youngwork-
X2-J1/Z, five inches better starts Charles Stewart ofShre- be out of school soon. A number' era are receiving benefits under

than the winning college Jump veport B. T. Washington broke of you do not haveSocialCeentity this change In the law. We art
of 11-10. cards, or have lost your also paying a number of monthly
Uilbnrn earlier this year went first and stayed front for a card. Some of you will be social security benefits to mothers
the 39-inch U victory. Joe Sincere of Mew to work this summer based
13.5 over prep highs : planning and young children
on t eonist laid out down the Orleans llartyn mads a late t,4 The first thing your employerwill on the earnings record of young

center of! > football field. That bid finish and almost the two simultaneously.crossed the : ask for is your .social' CONTINUED ON PAGE_S n_
wu thejnatlon's best time by
Sincere wu given a 9.7 clockIng _
t prepster this spring and only
a tenth of a second over the' but he looked close enough
best time .ever by a high, to also earn the same time u ( !

.schooler.I. the,winner.
Thomas.also won the triple

Jump at 4J-Z 1/8-tach better ,Medical l StudentReceives ., CAllAHAN
than his own state's! best this

spring; the intermediate bard
let in 3717, tuning the nat CHECK LIST Ben Rose (second front left), proprietor of .liquor retailers. Listening intently are, from left Cutout All Yiur I Heels' it t \lu PMCCS
ion's beSt time this spring and Rose Thrifty Beverage Liquor of 630 Bladenburg NJ5., .Johnson, proprietor of Joe Caplan Wine & Liquor Store of 1913
earlier this spring long-Jumped emphasises points to remember during one of the trade7th Street N.W.; Ms brother, Wendell Johnson, also of Joe' OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to 2 A
Z3-feeti i King AwardNASHVILLEMeharry sponsored clinics for new and rebuilding Washington, D.C. Caplan; Ben Rose's son Joseph of Rose Liquors. ,

b18U star Delman McNabt 1 I DRIVE-IN SERVICE
of the Houston Striders set a Medical Vle.' Johnson
.ye1Jn reeordat'ZZI5andRo..iIId -. college sophomore medical student The Sports ParadeBY ,Prairie $ ,JUSTUMINFROMMONCRIEFIiUS.lTHIS

Carter' of the I Striders Robert E. Hardy ha*Deceived
established i new pole vault the! first Martin Luther Hailed As One :Of Best WEEK'S SPECIALS-

mark at ISWilliam -*: King Jr., Award presented by NEGRO PRESS.INTERNATIONAL
PRAIRIE Texas-fell mil relay teams for the Pan '
the school.: VIEW
Simples of Texas
Hardy, the son of Elliot It. SPORTS PARADEHOIETONNPIJoe Johnson Prairie View's senior thers. SCOTCH SALEGRANT'S
Southern won the college
high Harry, Hollywood, Fla., wu selected Frazier, claimant to the heavyweight do-lt-all track star from Waco "Felix is one of the finest athletes
with 14,4 effort.He DIWecI Ras. for the award from among title in six states?. Mexico and Argentina last week Is considered byhlstrackcoachas I have had the pleasured 8 YR.
sell ell of DEWARS'WillTE
M1tb Grambllng at 11 candidates nominated by the lived up to pre-flght billings u a prohibitive favorite and flat one" of the finest and most coaching", stated his track LABEL.
145.Sootherra'' Maharry student body.A tened Dare Zyglewlck of New York*tn the first round of a versatile track performers to ,coach Hoover Wright. "He is

got a tremndoasopeDIDc' faculty-student committe, scheduled: 15 round bout. Frailer,'whose counterpart Jimmy wear the Panthers purple and a coachabls and numerable WHITE HORSE BLACK & WHITE
: 'fcg from Robert Collins ,
made the selection on the basis Ellis is recognized as champion by the world boxing association gold colors. kid," Wright added.
and breezed to a 40.J I did not even work up a ;stoppplng sygla-
of such King-like qualities u He Iathuouth..esternAthleticConference 2 0 MIUIS' fiE IITI PIICIASE
440-reIay victory. Bernard
wick .compantlvely unknown, wild-swinging fighter.
Intercity record-holder in
Austin and Ira Gordon handled attitude, honesty, loyalty .. . .
the stick-in'the middle legs .compassion, leadership,' the 880-yard run. He broke for IF 1 511 25* IFF IF IEI. PUCE
good scholastic standing, com- mer Texas Southern star Geo-
and Oliver Ford anchored. The unity involvement, sincerity and LAS VEGAS: '!'NEV, -A scheduled: 10-round bout between rge Runt's record in 1968 with'a
Houston Striders were a distant concern for thewelfareof others. ex-heavyweight boxing champion Sonny Llston and George 1479. His performance

second at 41-flat. Hardy attended Miami Northwestern (Scrap' Iron) Johnson wu''postponed until May 19 when Lls- year was good enough to rate

lncreesfc/a Long stwttng Felix Johnson Senior High school: Ill-. Ion training was hampered by calcium deposits In his left him third in the nation. ,

five-yard bulge tot ami Dade County Junior college}! shoulder. Liston requested the rescheduling( ,He has won the 880-yard run
walkwaff in the IYo-lD11erela, and the University of South Flo- DRAFT FORMALITY in every meet that he has.. Introducing craftsmanship
u he anchored Prairie View C-The New York Mets of the American
fcrida.. from which'be receivedJheA.B. CHARLOTTE, N. I ,.participated in this season. He
to a ';S7.f1; deelallll. Southern association last week followed 'up on their cow.mitment
1965. Basketball set a new record In the 880-

Ilk*t baia a>jftp t.tNtI.frock Coct the final t'.;-MWhWln Degree college. Experiment Hardy party in cover wu and a mere'forma draft**"***UOanceLet'lit7Decause':: 7-foot-plus Ale ldor. The Alclndor'bad niaa" ,'.New t the Orleans Sug .?,.last Bowl December Classic la you: .can taste. '14;:::=: ,r:,-

30 yard//Fbrd Just missed the .International a reportedly huge contract with the Milwaukee
Living and lived in already( signed with a 1:50.8.He set anew rec-, ,
cap 9,57ie'DnjJi a* M was also credited :Ghana where he worked. with the .Bucks of the National Basketball usoclatlon. cord in the 880 and help his "', Benchmark Bourbon Isn't something '
'' of the Cameron ''cocoa farmers. ASHE SQUAWKS team (Prairie View) win the special just because Seagram puts their ;

Tract: tyS moved into the lead Hardy was presented a plaque'u NEW YORK-Tennis ace Arthur Ashe'ls fuming over what Southwestern championship Athletic Conference name on it. :

on the second ,lap of the open the well memorial as a service cash award for be considers the unfairness of players like himself having The SWAC meet will be held '., It'* because the distillers) ,scientists, :

mile and von easily in 4:14.7... Martin Luther King Jr., held lo play for "purses" and expenses while contract frofesslonals May -10 at Southern Unlversly coopers, tasters and) all the other artisans

Texas Southern's Geroge Bar', :on the kleharry campus. The fatten up on large prize money plus expenses. Under new, in Baton Rouge La.. Southern who make Benchmark still believe In
risen made a bid In the third relaxed United States Lawn Tennis association rules, Ashe
edged the Panthers by onepoint j values with old American
Crawford an
.Rev. Peter president, ring to I' ;
kg but got no closer than In tournaments and for guar
NAACP 'plays for prize money open last year in Baton Rouge Values like
Nashville wu speakerfor quality-dedication)
five yards in the backstitch.WEATHER the occasion ranteepurses and some moneyprlltbs: In USLTA: tourneys for the conference title* on a -
{ Richmond Va. the IS contract professional respect for one's craft :
But, says Ashe of conterverslal decision'In, the
.Carolina AIT "bold up all the money in major tournaments." mile relay. They expected a lot from themselves

Ldfl GOar r Other than' running the 880, And they got It.

MISJUDGED CHANGING TIMES Felix anchors the mile relay, .
n'I. Sweeps Throng MBS-'lbe about face done by ole Miss Coach '
JACKSON 880 relay sprint madly and 2"SOUL" Benchmark-Seagram's Premium Bourbon.
onsuweras Johnny ,Vaught recently Indicated that he might have misJudged .
-_ the of the Dixie .4''j' Measure your Bourbon against it.
developments on campus
/Jt ....... Three Games
school that once wu the scene: of boddy! rioting over the Treatmentfor

OR NOT GREENSBORO N.C.-CefendIng admission of James Meredith, Its first Black student. Coach t
During Jprlng every fisherman CIAA baseball champ do Johnny Vaught) who bad said a few years ago that he, NATURAL HAIR

ifatild have hit own' North CarollnaALTsweptthree .would not be at Ole Miss when football.wu intergrated, ,
dtyltal( straltht games the past week to announced recently that two Black players were offered foot- "
For Oil It the time of yew keep alive the Aggies' bid fora tall scholarships: this year, but had rejected the offers. 4Ii 'f'
when the whims of weather. : playoff berth. Vaught 1s still at he, University of Mississippi. a;+ .
affect fishing success the On Saturday ALT downed St. <
most. Daring these critical Kid GivilM
'This wu followed on Tuesdayby Witch; TC
weeks bit
not only success,
the fun of. a 5-1 win over Fayetteville -
going fishing can' Establishes Residence
be ruined by sudden weather State. This Clown'
changes With three conference games TAMPA-kld Gavllan, years ,
However; you can be your remaining, the "Aggies are 9-' ago the renowned thriller with J 13 1)2) 0 II '

ow. weather expert. AccordIng -.. !-1 against CIAA., teams., the famed boxing bolo punch,
*l Mercury to the fishing outboard authorities thereare A Competitive Business I will future.settle in Tampa in the near 11''' 0 28 <'II III IIII IIIy5S'i I f'

ways io analyze wether'and' 'NEW YORK-Property and Gavllan, who came to America \\.t/ .
whtf it means to lOUr'ehlllcea
insurance from his
liability coverages.such :I recently as a refugee
The fof lies fishing success. a* fire and automobile insurance I native Cuba,will manage a gymnasium I 'r" emnrlrn., AIlib uo Ir'I k'/"I..1n. : =:.::.lulY.ItrY'1at.I
secret Interpreting. :
the forecast In terms of how are told by' more that I and In j 1.1 I :. ,.i//k I I If t hl.fall of AII'II: 111/en41 IIA. /rEE nhlf feel
It affects 3,000())( companies. rampa. 1. .'.- *. s /Y nr ,f
\ :r.II.'I yNrllllrl.l
'chapgei r hlIr..Itlntl"MiAtqn. e h ItyMllenthlai
Rapid in .bare / t Mir not _Ip. A l.yOlt.'JttloI
: ;.
; nlun u1.n ye/rr. ,
metric ,jucssnre/ up or down,' REFUSE 31. 1 II 0_ 31it nMr MM. fur month i allmly. TrlilonxtoMilldruoiKleuiiiwtKoiMii..des..... j ">-", $
greatly effect, fish feeding : Y'lsUtaIOR 'IOOUCTS co. i h3 ." ,I r,
activity A sudden change in HoWaltlnlCndItApprovedonSpotl6S 0 4411Pomettffito .S, CMrIMN _, Mid, 4.201 aeram. nc mark Kentucky Su.uths aourbon W hlskey. Co Proot. li. Y non.Louned ,
Joseph a a
sir pressure seems. to disturb CADIllAC FLT.WOOD 60 SPEC. .;_.._..;... $2195 Hff-g; .'SomgmeaTHe's i / e y.
fish lupt
end they quit feeding COMKttT' CONTtOl AW CONOfTIONCD: ICC WINDOWS WAY
Most barometric changes are MATS.OM OWNER HURRY AT IHU HWCtM downrKe Adds, Subtract;

due to/Jthe. formation of' CHEVY II NOVA .. .. .. ..-_...._. $1795 He works it all.around.
fronts -jth/ r cold or warm.i M/JOMATlC"fOWIllTUIING..fACTON WAMANTV.g .
Cold fronts form' ,when: CHEVROLET IMPALA .. $1195WME 11 11-75'" '
cold air pushes its under, Au oMArlcPowa
M ______ $2295
a warm air, mass, forcing it t
up. Cold /replaces warm Vl SUCm MATS CO8OU,AUl'OMAT1C.POWEW lTEERING,ear Coming Attraction

air, cloud*.form, and violent e7FO DGAUXIESOO ___--......_............ $1995
rainstorms often in nai4 All COfIO".YfitrrC/.CKAUiOMATICPOWERSTEERINOR&w;
rage a
row line along the front. Air 61 PONTIAC GRAND KIX.-.____ $3295 37 33 f77'MAN'S
Preisure.tacomes heavier and AH CON IUCT.WINDOWS AND SCATS,SHARP,seas, I
then wiii reverse, direction FACTORY WYD. I '
from .|tir%:normal clockwise 67 BU1CK WILDCAT ___--???.?. ?........ $2395 DAYSNUMIEIE
flow lC< U front generallymean
IMPALA ......____
istormi;. storms usually, M CHEVY SPT.CH .- $1595. ,

Warm,fronts lessen the air;: 67 oinnoin* IMPAIA ---.....---.__ $1995', "Mans Days are NumIered.rr:
Pressure .twInaln, cloud and spot court,ve.All CONOTIION AUTOMATIC,liH,POWH. Health and Fortune can be
thunderstorm sling a wide STOMNO.
belt.fiuaf too, will cause fish' 66 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER ,..,..., $419! I Tours when you know your
to stop feeding.Of ONLY Mttt* All CONDITION,AND.All TH KTtAS Lucky Days;

course, there are *]. 64 KKD,Vt $ 795UH Lucky Colors, ect.
ceptioaa to, then general AUTOMATIC AND a A oooo ONI.
Send $2 00 for
rules.lAt. time fishing in the 59 PONTIAC...-.-..-.-.-....-......._-. ..1 $ 125 I Horoscope Guide your for
tin i glow drizzle, usually ,MM oooo,ewccnoN sill zsi
can be very productive. 'W. Talk Deals. Where Others Refuse "" ,MT
Watch for forecast
,Credit Approved on Spot '
frontal'activity. Know that' frill in the blank below art
they.briAeJlUdden change intempwafcKe. 'mail to ZODIAC, Post Office
R. S.
.wind directionand EVANS '
Sol 1171, Jacksonville, Fla

three airpressure.npU/ re drastically affect the**. I ;3rd & MAIN JUME-- :TONIGHT 8 SAT. MATINEES-1:30

fishing! success_> usually for RL4-ele1OPIN'TIL9t30P.M.914-e3e4,..... +fri BTKEETitDATE

the worse.,. I OP,BOH -

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4 i PAGE 12 r r TAI PAPIIS ........... .,. SATlIIIY, In II\ 1111

Ti III Citizeis Of Til III Mil City I ., 'A'-JIlt." ,',:. ':, ,.:,',' Y'1 I

Community Cab Is On StrikeTHE
Black BeenAppointed Insuring For The Future Supervisor

UBLIC WHO SUPPORTED HIM.Thanking. Gregg, Jr., :<; :/ : '
man, has been named a pro }..,","I"1i kij
Sloan tram foundation officer of the Alfred. P.' '' ''"'. ,t.\\,'"

: r'' .'
Insurance Career \ i (:: ) .'
you sincerely NEWVORK-The Insurance ;1' ;, ,'
The Striking Drivers of Community CabsDON'T Information Institute report
that the 1,310.000 persons em
ployed in the insurance busmen
in the United States include
hundreds of persons trained innumerous at
STAY IN SCHOOL tmci TI TIT other fields, such is'

Coins. Silver dollars Ind. Hd.cts. doctors and nurses, lawyer and' '
VIE,' TIE ACTION 15 .Gold Phone 388-6601; accountants, and 'safety engineers :
and computer experts.ItlP "'.D. (BILL)CRAWFO;?D
Investors look into the booming K.IN FII 15? lANTElLADIES W.D. (Bill) Crawford, above I IIs

SLIDE industry. The profits will F.UBN.--- Supervisor of Sales for AE!
amaze you plus the many TAX QUIET ZONE, WESTSIDE 354- Earn $5.00 and up1 Distributors, Inc..Tbll company
benefits. Active or Inactive I 2733. For Information hourly. Car necessary,. Calls distributes Budwelser Busch I
partnerships available In this '353-9263 or 725-2731. and Mlchelob. Crawford a native
going business located in Jack -- of Quincy, Fla.,was reared
sonville. Minimum investment lOll Ell HUT TiiTTciiinsHome ? In Jackson He attended the
$100.00. Results show 58 pit. Large 'room Tor single'teady Wilson Private School for''III
return In ant year. Immediate working man. 1744 Illinois St., and group demonstrator ,kr fr' rears, u well as'.bid uvUla I Iud
Income Times.Union Journal corner. Arch St. to ppromote better electric, 1 + New Lavllla'Schools. He|
Box 33222. Dying. Go d opportunity with sr is a graduate of Stanton. Craw
excellent working conditions ford saw four years of service I IIn
and benefits. Transportation the Navy and was dlscharg- [
furnished A Bachelor Degree I in ed u a second class petty
tw Home Economics from an accredited officer. He then began studyinga
University Is required. trade and, after three years,
AT THE COLLEGE FOR FALL SEMESTER Send resume to H. L. Harkker, 'was certified for, cooking andinking
101 Fifth Street South St. t as well as photography.
Petersburg 33733, orcall(813)( He served (for some time as an
SECRETARIAL COURSE 898-2141. 1 Instructor Sportswlse, Crawford
r likes'football and base
ball: He holds the distinction |
National Insurance Week begins May 12 and ends 11&11'1. Mutual Insurance of Detroit. iNIA companies !have assets oftore of being the first Black
JEnvrxsrlarrADULT[ More than 1,000 agents of 48 black owned and operated life $ than $U5 million and Insurance in force exceeding $2.5 moted to the position of Supervisor pro
Insurances In 28 R330N More than 15,000 workers are Involved la the cam
An Equal Opportunity Employe states will strive to surpass a $60-mllUon of Sales. He is a member
goal in new business. These dates mark the 33th annual observance paign. The first InenewtbusinessSSLaresulted In the production of West Union Paul
.. ,
of $3.75 millions the total was $92
u proclaimed by President Wardell C. Craft of Uwrance Dunbar Lodge .119

COORSE HIGH SCHOOL. '4 ,. +t .the- -National-- -- Insurance Association- and president of Wright million in the five-day campaign and Is a former manager of
the now non-existent Two Spot
BEST 'BIT IN TOWN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT I Your Sociil Security' Night Club.. There .are four
children: Gloria, Jacquelyn,
FOR SMALL BUSINESSESENROLL '2 BR TOWN HOUSE : .1800 G Street, N.W. deceased workers. In a large There art two Social Security Crawford is a son of the late
TODAY RANGEREFRIGERATORONLY OF ALL AGES'CTake Washington, D. C. 20506TOOTHACHE, number fo these cases the workers offices in Jacksonville to Norman and Bettye Crawford.
,- earned this coverage under serve you. The Carver Station Richard. Lane Photo..
'$1001011! I IrHA.VA New lMPROVEDNATunt'TABLETS Social Security while working 'office is at the corner of Canal
Send for free catalogue for that tired In months
your rundown summer part-time
I and 13th Street and the down-
Name- feelfngUatkeepsyoufromaoyltg before finishing High School. town office at 400 West Bay St.Fll JJ. Graduate
Address i ) life Don't I hope we have shown how
Telephone ,100 Tablets $3,00; 200 Tablets piln-}In .Mcondi Many:: dtntittl 11 mlllloni' do with Important it Is for youngpeople Named To Top
Registrar 355-9722 $5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. mini ORA-JCL until you let recommend to get a Social Security cardso
VULCAN EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES proliuionil, treatment.ora.jel X5f". "*" I that you may be given cre- Aviation PositionWashington
Application Deadline August 19, 1969 ,TJeprFS, 5931 N.'Broadway? $$5S; ;; dit for rages earn ed" It Is for rent. 4-Unfurnished House (NPIJ-Quentln S.l
: rooms quiet
; Chicagf.Illinois 60626 to but it could be area.
never early
7003 KEN KNIGHT DR. Taylor, 33, a graduate off
Call Mon., Tue.,Wed., and Fri 7:30: To 10:00: P MBOLDEN'S 765-3904.. .
768-3479 ; I coo hte. .0.-____________ ._ Howard University to has been I!
appointed the
TOF Ai 1 director of the equal opportunity I
I tiff of the Federal Aviation. I Iadministration.
1816 W. 20th "SIEA. T" PLAN JI .' ',
Taylor, whose'Job wlllbVto
examine hiring and I
-.--- promotion
a activities, will be paid $2 ,044.
TV'C '
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::1'cl: ;:%:; < I'm telling it like )jt is People today are moving SHIPYARDS

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Rills Rni1 I K"iti on up-reaching out for the Immrtlitthr' Rmilm

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