The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
May 17, 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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text

[Library Unlr fiity( Of Florid*

PHY/ Gainesrill, Florid
nf LIBRAR ::

FtA. 5BfeoVOfCh ; : _- ,.--- --

Miss. Kluxers arges Of Murder Of Black Rights Worker.

** >*"* *' .* ** *-*


...... ..... .... ..

Jf"'SVLIII. = Evers First Miss. Black Mayor =

*** **


*** ** *
****** *** '
** *

Teachers Give To Cancer Fund
: i $2,464 I New Stanton Senior High, Students In Washington -'

,,, 7 ****** ***** I .


.' : ;.5".";; : : t
: ;: ,...: Hi

F '; Ail l4r !!J

., ,
: 4

Abernathy To Nixon: "We Are Hungry"'' -

* A $ *- ,1
; *

District. J.diV Police SWOOP Down "Half-loaf"' .Is : :

. To HeM Trials In Early Landing Not Eioigh F er J M

. For Sevei Soon Poor MilIloasWASIIDfGTONRev. f .t ef ;

MERIDIAN l[u. An all On Saturday morns og, May 11, to be exact, at about 1:30: a.m., RalpV
white Federal Court Jury, the cops swooped) down upon suspected dope and drug "dens" : '
after U hours and 27 minutes and In the largest raid of such a nature In Florida history, David Abernathy eminent
ot deliberations In the murder nabbed an unsuspecting group of students and adults who, apparently leader of the Southern Chrlstala sr
trial of Vernon Dabmer, In looked forward to a weekend of psychedelic activity, Leadership Conference and
"getting sent" and Just feeling high successor as head to the late
1968,, freed three of 10 Jones ,
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
County Kluxers early this week But, the cops put to that. 'Gainesville, clerk; Alfred E, "
excoriated the Nixon administration's her the of the American Classes Miss Barbara Easter Professor
Shown an members History Vincent Stubbs Railroad
20 Gainesville land-
and was unable to agree on Saturday was the second day DulY, ,
,verdicts for the other seven of the two raids, which had scaping firm employee ANTI-HUNGER PROGRAM '', )of New Stanton Senior High School, and their chaperones, all of Representative A. Burns, Mrs liable Morse and Mrs. Ruth
Webber Rogers testified that been planned for months. Sergeant : Ball! bonds range from $2,500 Wednesday in no' uncertain whom participated a recent Washington,D.C.Educational Tour. Thompson (Chaperones) Arlene Davis, ,Linda WiteelL Freddte
Cecil Victor Sessum, Bur J.L. Pfeiffer engineered ,to $ 5OOO k person terms They are wen u the photographer posed em using the nation's C, Johnson, Gwendolyn Bryant, Denise Lee, Brian Davis and
Edward Debc tel and a car via the quiet probe.,When the tnr40DO Block X Cedar I Appearing_ ..before the Seaeter 'i. Capitol Duldlncas a background, Sitting from left'to right 1ft the; *.Vincent Bar!ls/.The group.left Jacksonville.!Florida on'1Ia, J-
w foaf"?'Heads" la il,'Crove tjTDahmer's 6pM' j JusTabcM.aU these:';)Bttlli""patrolmen took In five na-ii -- -. -*--*' **"* JtStl'.,'i ttronTrow arei, Keith Williams, Joseph Busty, ,Tony'James,' V1969 and returned the same week. From Indications each

home In the Kelly suspected were'II,, their '>teenagers whs were lilting Ina Bernard Hartsog, Samuel Smith, Albert Haloes, Gregory Freeman member of the group found the tour to be highly educational and
Community,near JJattlesburg "respective"place, dirt pit getting "their kicks" 'Ridgley Cook, Willie William, Arty Cowart. Second row: .very entertaining.! We only wished that snore thestud nis
three times In order to make At 1.30 t.m last Saturday, apparently from an LSD tablet? (kneeling) Patricia Turner, Anne Bellamy, Bliss Thompson attending the school could have been on the tour with us accord
..sure that they made no when most of Jacksonville Is and from lacquer thinner .. Shirley Todd and Gall Cooper Third row standing: Sammie log to Mrs. Harris and Mr. Stubbs, coordinator-sponsors of the
'mistakes. : asleep, the police moved In at Sergeant ,,Ffelfter later said .Davis/Zr Andree Williams, Noels Jackson, Tezle Scott, three-day activity. Charles Brooks Is principal
Dahmer murdered on 1515 Davis Street.Nine persons that others were being sought. Yernlta Davis Juanlta Picket, Mary JackaonMrs.CM Harris,

January 10, 1968. were taken, charged with possession Four, possibly conscience ,
Webber was the eighteenth of marijuana. ,stricken or Just plain scared, Ivers PromisesTo
witness for the government. Those nine are: Doris King ,turned up at Police Head' Want Million
,Their rendezvous were. near It. 1551 DavlsStreet,Marilyn Quarters.The Revive Town' Miami Confab
Sandersvllle and Laurel. one V. Houston, 22,1117 West 26th cops laid the plans and
meeting the Klansmen were told Street; Mariam A. Wilkerson executed them. All will face
by Sam Bowers, Involved now in 20, 3225 West Stuart, Willie E. terms In court, clerks, garbage h !Ia Four Years Is Hears Grumble
a mistrial with the other six, Danay, 21, Gainesville, clerk; men, landscapers and unemployed FAYETTE Miss _Charles 'If University
mat"hat so-and-so-nigger Owens C. Parker,I9,1401 West as well as a DR. RALPH DAVID ABERHATHY .Evers, dynamic civil rights
was stirring up trouble, that he 22nd Street. psychedelic shoe clerk and a Select Committee on 'Nutrition\ worker, brother' of the late From Minority
was I going to Washington, and Others are: George Wallace, musician. Even those from out and Human Needs, the leader murdered Midget Evers, also ,
that the project was behind'' 28, Gainesville; Robert Danzy, of town, visitors, will be expected qualified, in Chapter 2 of his a rights worker, claimed. To Be "Scuttled"TALLAHASSEE MIAMI BEACH Black
Identified Dahmer 19 back In town I
Sessum the Gainesville, garbage col for trial. confrontation with the Federal victory In the race for mayor psychiatrists accused the
home, Webber said lector.: Edward V. William.. Government on the needs of hi the deep-south town of wealthy and cultured American
Webber contended upon 'op 0 u r t-.trlckeD Americans Fayette, Miss where he lives. daring the lunch period. Psychiatric Association of
questioning by the Government Fermaa. Nails Demands On Door ,the program "HALF-LOAF. Evers' victory comes after the students.more than 1.000 strong, Others, even during the rain "dragging" its feet Insofar as
all from Florida AIM
not University
representative, that he was outside remained calm
Dr. Abernathy lambasted the election of a Black mayor In :racism Is concerned. Racism,
paid for services Administration for its lacka- Charlotte N.C. also virtually All-Black and chanted, and exchanged {
in the i is the
they concluded, major
that Cathedral New York'NEW marched In full
The Gove1'DlDentcOlltendecl Of ,In daisical attitude on needs He deep South.The ;Institution, pleasantries. t mental health problem d the
the death of Dahmer was the force Wednesday on the State Mr Schultz said he sees no
60 church's'Income pointed out that during.thepast unofflcal count Evers
for per cent of the : gave nation
result of acarefnllyplottedand Y03K Last week from stocks and real two years, nothing has .152: votes to Seventy-seven Capitol to demand a clear cut, chance of the school's being The Blacks accused the whites
carefully rehearsed plan. James Forman, noted Black estate and 12 hours dally use' been done In the area of the votes remained uncounted uncompromising, statement oa :"phased" out.:He further said .of excluding Blacks from major
United States District Court militant, following his church disadvantaged the the About the status of the nationally- ". believe the state has moral '
of the church radio stations as poor Wednesday. 80 ballots 'positions. The Blacks also lam
that known center of
Judge Dan Russell said take startling appearance In Riverside well as use of other facilities hungry. He said that Congress were challenged, mainly as to The march education obligation to give all of the basted the organisation for
trials for the others will Church's pulpit where be apparently has sat down in Its residency. Ruling was expected was promoted cltltens as good an education overlooking the social and
place as soon as possible De- demanded $5.m1l1101l1n.1'el1 ()( Teachers Reports attitudes Wednesday. because repeated rumors have u poIIlbl..o that blacks and, psychological needs of Black
boxtel, Deavoers Nil and <<10U1' reparations for the The Lyndon B.Johnson administration Evers' opponent, incumbent it that the school might be whites will get an equal opportunity people.
Richard Noble were released Black man, carried his Aid Cancer Fond ; ignored the problem, Mayor Allen,'',said, "It. looks' .State closed or merged with Florida' in our society" Following their registering of
also In Tal-
under $5,000 bonds. Others are campaign l further. said the leader. 'like I ran against the strongest University, President Algae Hope of the complaints: the dissidents sent
free:on previous bonds or are' Forman, having delivered his Final Report Due Nixon's administration protested \''Negro in the nation. He likes labassee.I Student Government Association :in a resolution of 10 demands.
.already In custody on slatecharges mandate to the church eongre- An Interim report tie the leader, has com publicity and he's getting It Twelve of the "Inquisition"group led the delegation. The These Include greater power
stemming from the gatlon, later In Martin collections made by the Eugene CONTINUED ON PAG: ?12. 'I don't like publicity but it looks the hallowed were permitted to enter, delegation members asked to for themselves with the APA;
Dahmer attack Luther-like stance, nailed his Butler Chapter of the Cancer like I am getting It, too." white-columned, talk with members of the House strong actions by the APA to
There were six men and six demands to the door of. the Crusade shows a total of $1,- Evers, Jubilant, said, "The Capitol building There, they Appropriations Committee. end segregation Including dis-
all-white Raines took the matter with Fred
women on the Jury. church. 464,52, according to Eric O. Wins main object d my admlnlstra-I up Oscar Davis, president-elect missal of members who
Justice Department Attorney Martin Lather, fOUDder'ci the Simpson Chairman of the Butler ,Lion will be to show that Black Schultz, Speaker, from of the group, advised the waitIng practice segregation and the
Robert Owen called: the rights Lutheran Church, nailed 99 Chapter. and white can work together" Jacksonville, throng u to what had setting up of moves to encourage
worker's death an outrage articles to the doors .of a Simpson stated that the major Continuing his victory statement A statement was presentedto transpired. He felt that the the National Institute of Mental
which was visited on a Negro cathedral In Europe when he portion of the collection came he said, "That Includesthe the speaker.The school should be maintained Health to give more time and
family by a warped,ultrasecretorganisation felt that he could not approve, from Black teachers in the predominantly Blacks extremists and the Black students want $100 in the light of the! need of consideration to the needs of
for their through his conscience, of the- Black schools.Responsible ,white bigots I want to show million from the StateLegislature more training In the field of Black people.
prestige., doings of the Catholic Church. for the collection of 'that we can have a safe town for the establishment elementary and secondary An Immediate response came'
Be therefore, withdrew and 12,21301 from Jacksonville I will not tolerate lawlessness." of a university of their education. from the APA hierarchy The
Top Leader nailed the demands ,on the teachers is Principal Chester Immediately, said the new, to own issue, if the ultimatum Legislature, falls He said total Integration might board of trustees felt that the
an to
lintel.. Covart of Northwestern High mayor,be will seek an ordinance the great FAMU autonomous.keep lead naturally to a "phasing". resolution's general spirit of
Forman posted this manifesto School who Is chairman of the banning "guns, knives, reform is understandable and
Schultz with
oa the door of the national School Division for the Butler ice picks or any other harm met petitioners "redress of racial Inequities

',headquarters of the Lutheran ,Chapter drive. instruments inside city limits." Herdesty Sees Bright in American psychiatry," and
Church America last Sunday. tt was announced that a report 1 ,' lie will encourage the coming proposed to do something about
Forman said Us demands were meeting will be held Monday industry. Sixty-five per cent of it.
reasonable. However, '' he did night May 19 at 7 p.m. at the people are now on welfare. Fitire In Intearation The Blacks'call themselves .
say, "We will kill those who Ht. Ararat Baptist Church in Other figures will come from The Black Psychiatrists of the '
Duval School
Superintendent wants
on volunteers. Re to
kill tsl" Earlier the leader ,
the Educational Building. MBS LILLIE PRICE"Whir Mississippi, where 13 men are American Psychiatric Assocltion -
Cecil D. Hardelt",wbo, achieve an overall 10 cent
told Mayor John Lindsay that per : '
It Is expected that reports will running against whites for the The APA has 17,000
effort to thwart further Mae .Price senior, some weeks ago, doubted that integration picture for the year
any be made by Mrs Gladys Vanght, ,' a same posts. Evers Is chairman members. The baby'group
Integration of faculties In the He pointed to the fact that the
implementation of proposals at William Kalnes High School,
chairman of JllptlitChll1'cllco1.1actiOII of the'National l Association for numbers 300 Blacks.
hide-bound school system which system is under order to do
would be met by appropriate has the Jacksonville '
won Jayvcees' .
Mrs. Louise
: ; Genwright, "Advancement of Colored Dr. Chester Pierce of theUniversity
suffered for from
force.: ,Merit Scholarship for many years something about integration on
AME Church'
\ "j chairman of the People 'a Democratic national of Oklahoma said
has offered help' to Price traditional Black-white its own if possible. "It Isn't
Lindsay Teaching Contest Miss ,
coUectioa,Ilre.1Iary Singleton, committemaa and the APA do a better of
a prominentad can Job
complex! this week
according of what
w question the
any church which might fear chairman of the Special Gifts daughter of Mrs Sarah Price, a principals
BONNIE. MOt (E. invasion from Fromaa. Division Mrs Et Davenport, 3704 North Myrtle Avenue, will : aggressive. business man. to information made it known want to do or the fact that theydon't molding the organisation. This. ,
The the of
election In Los Angelesoo willlDclud. naming more
0 to County principals that "It ,
I want to their
On the other sand) lop officers compete In the state contest for see proven
Ronnie More 21,was recently .chairman of Special Events and May 27 will also settle a can be done. Blacks to decision-making
teachers It's
of New AfricaIn go. a question of
of the
Republic a 32,000 scholarship. She also
volunteers In door-to-
the the
sewdEaecativeDlrectoroflM'aatloe's tattle Black or white mayor? tit boards and the Immediate appointment -
Detroit and New Orleans The new head said, "In some (what has to be done Just hope
woatb. District 4
door Jaycee
drive.Aspeclal .
major leadership of five Bocks to the
schools the faculty may be 10 doesn't ."
come to draft
kave condemned the act as a
training orpnlntlna,asmuly to I effort being mad by Contest scholarship 19-member board of trut....
Scholarship, Education and De-,I ".beer lunacy." They say that' the employees ayflghiStores prognlni Is sponsored by the I II [ ToThe term"to 20 per cent Integrated, next Continuing, Dr. Hardestysald, Finally, the complaining group
+" Forman, director of "the WIll I Florida Jaycees and the Florida Teachers ought to be able to
:tease Fund For Racial Equality.: It expected to yield a He to the' said "Racism adverselyaffects
speaking League '
: was succeed In the situation.
U accord with National IJUck Economic Development contrlbvtloa. The drive is be- Consumer Finance Association Anericai new
was Black
This move ] of Women Voters, an Integrated He commended volunteers the lives and welfare of
of the Conference, apearbeadcd by Isaac Cants Scholarships: are awarded to .
1 avjor recanstructwrag group. (have and white Americans alike and,
offered to take
.p 1utlOI. Moors served for ,wade u !'Ill-advised" move.' a long ties Itara*!h ployeeualpe4 ncoarage qualified High school However, the educator said over to date, the APA has lot adequately
aYyt r: :**, years as a Leadership:'. Foraua asked, before 1,500' ,lit, ,c lit leaerlef Rd. students to enter the teaching [ .C cer Society 61 schools may .u .r. He said, their own. quite' different from addressed Itself to the
,'.1\,.. Training Direct or. ...u :utI .la the chun-h. .store., .ppeo L that! the department Is relying *** burning Issue of our times"

',3' j ,


"" ......... -,..., .. .. ...,



11. I
tn D..I'! '


Published'b* the Florida Star Publishing! Company TO CRUSH ORGANIZED MAFIA ARE SERIOUS,Of COucsis2 WHITNEY 101. YOUNG, JR.


:. : to this country that because
myth we
r. CL V TON FRITCHEY OF THEgY.c There to a popular *"
have to spend so much *bring acmore eequalniowciery
: POST'AMERICANS and about
HAVE COME TO to end poverty
such a myth to on my; recent t Ip to

? UNFORTUNATE PART OFU.S.LIFE ':: :' a and relatively poor one, that hast
SJd a faTgreater'portion of Its Datlonal wealth on de-
: 21 years and the harass.mSnt .
ERIC, i. siMpoN..MANAciNfi EIITOI 5 d Three hostile neighbors make the Israelis plea top prlo-

rtty CD l defeDSt.
HIM IIITEN..CIICIIATIIN MANAlER' But wills some Americans use defense costs as an '!Cut
to aYaH social tlpeDdltures, the Israelis do not( In fact, they

HAILING AIIIESS spends es to pr individualsltyhan ordon education housing and subs .

by the deep commitment of
2323 MONCIIEF'( ROAR the top Israeli officials to develop that country' human resources .
Nowhere Is this more evident than In the Held of

P.O., IOX 53! lACISINTIllE, FLIIIIA 32201 1 education.The .
Israelis see, u too few Americans do, that rood schools
3541712 and superior education! can erase social Inequalities. So
MINE they are taking special steps to Insure that children from poorer
I 1 famlllei get special, "more than equal," schooling to compensate .,
MIAMI IFFICE 5111 I.L 7tk" ATE. for their less favored backgrounds J
The way they are going about this has come lessons for as, |
.> PURE 751-3173 too. Too often such compensatory education Just become a 1
a political football here to America, with the real issues oh- ;
SUBSCRIPTION,HATE soured by fights about bussing or other schemes. ]
What the Israelis are doing! Is to quietly saturate schoolIn *
Half Year $7.00 IrfaUed1o; You "
OM Year, 112.00 parr neighborhoods with special services. Students attending
Anywhere In 7-e! Unted: Stales suck schools start earlier, with compulsory kindergarten,

Subscuptlon Payable ai Advance and must stay to school longer, about two years more than
: BOX 59:; children going to other schools.
.Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. They axe introducing longer school day, too,for poor neigh'borhoxis
: They are aware that shutting down the schools at
JA lCStl'iILLE'FIpRmA three o'clock as we do, only sends children back to homes that
lack study facilities. So the kids stay to school and the teachers

They Don't Like His Crime Bisting Priority! tutor The them.teachers are, of coufte, paid extra for their extra time,
Play Depicts Jesus and their union backs the program. Most teachers accept the
fact that they play a key role to this developing society, and
they welcome the chance to develop the talents of their students
Christ was portrayed recently on British! teleIsIOllscreeD' asa They lack the "combat" mentality of too many American
wild-eyed desert prophet with tangled hair who snarltogly teachers In slum schools.
told Ms disciples, "Use your flzmrnheads""Get imiu----' There Is another side to education Israel. That is the adult
on, get out of here, yon nut case," Peter told the Lord r'- YOOR education programs needed by a nation that is still absorbing
at another point In the drama "You ought to be locked up" immigrants from all over the world. ,
The nnorthocox play was written by Dennis Potter, audit I visited one center to Jerusalem that was teaching Hebrew
played for M minutes under the title, "Son of Man," for the to new immigrants There were 28 people to the class, from
British Broadcasting Company. It traced the life of Christ from about 20 different countries ranging from Bolivia and India
his 39th day In the wilderness and ended with cbseups of his to France and Russia. None spoke Hebrew, but the teacher
being whipped and the nails of the crucifixion being driven Into I HOROSCOPE GUIDE .1 started with a few words, and after a while they were comm'
His hands. i nlcatlng with each other, and learning
Protest calls Jammed the BBC' switchboard, and hundreds of v I couldn't help think tog that to Israel It Is accepted that you
viewers called London newspapers, complaining that the play can take ZI people from different cultures,all spotting different
was blasphemous I languages, andteachthem Here to America It takes an Immense
The playwright' tried to defend his play by saying that any play ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER ,: I II effort simply to convince people that middle class white children
about Chlrst is bound to offend some people. He claimed he was and poor black children can be taught to the same classroom
not trying to be blasphemous, but rather wrote the play of a manquestlOll.llll .. I I visited Israel to present a paper on technology and employment -
himself tormented by doubt u to whether be to to
aa international conference sponsored by American
the true Messiah. .WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS : I Foundation oo Automation and Employment, beaded by labor
One drama critic said, "The play's most impressive,imaginative mediator Theodore KheeL Others to the American delegation,
and vl id In that it pictured an unknown, ragged preacher In I Including businessmen, unionists, and civil rights workers,
the heart of an unoccupied land, preaching for the first time the I were as Impressed as I was by Israel's devotion by developing
pure and humble doctrine of loving your enemy..' > FOR the potentials of Its people. Next week I'll d-scuss other areas

w We feel JII.Q Christ, did not deserve this kind of treatment, Fort ,In which.! we. _can learn: ,a thing.or two from this small nation
a n dignified presentation of the temptatiojj we invite. ., you; f.f.J.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.lIIII.lII.I"'IIIIII"'II" :;.. -- :: -1
to reMJ3i h.: ...Man, JNobody: knows by Bruce Barton. *".' r. BUSINESS-LOV i :-TRAVEL: ? ') .(\ I.' ./1 >:'4 i f 1"i 'f, "'"1 ; i 1"d. .

Whit Is The Role Of .. .i'II. .. ill""I""I""I""I ) The College Student Speaks
-- -;- --

It seems to me:

Policemen In Our Society ? AIIES CANCER IIIIAIIIN CAPIICIIN to That Western the real civilization's issue to the toner controversy conflict between over birth antisexualand control

Several months ago, William F, Buckley, the columnist. IIIN MAICI IIIN IINEllii SEPT. IIIN IEC. pagan attitudes
described the role of law enforcement to maintaining the peaceof It Is argued, to defense of contraception, that people have
the nation. He pointed out I'neralpubt1c resentment to calling 2711 lUlL Utl JUT 22H 23rl. ", I CT. 23r CAp1w III. 1I1t the right to decide whether and when to have children Correspondingly
the police to quell campus "take overs' by students. LIBRA opponents of contraception contend that only God
Lend a hand It Is Ko meddlers wanted.Whatever
":t is time tq reevaluate the policemen, since to this countrythe being con Try for more. While the preceding You're doing fine The pitfalls, may make this decision, '
law ( enforcement officer to regarded as the agent of stantly brought out, both to quarter may be charged and similar opportunities, that' concerns personal heart But there to an often overlo ked, underlying issue of asceticism
repression," remarked Columnist Buckley.The novels and In true life, that up to the credit side, there to were encountered during the, interests, future Intentions, or virus paganism that to at the heart of the. contraceptionIssue
Providence does those who
law enforcement systems hav<' only themsefc/ea to blame help more of the same to store forCancerlans preceding quarter may again monetary management should
for the negative image they have created historically. Duringthe help themselves.Many whohave who are daring be placed to the path before the be made no one else's businessbut The religious ascetic can tolerate sex only as a means of
early part of this century, the policemen the South beat bent their whole effort con enough to take the chance Good month runs out.The same policy one's own Be especially procreation; therefore, he cannot countenance birth control,'
and treated N.troes'like dogs. They played the role of cruel- structively or In behalf of a social and neighborhood relations that served well before still wary of people who supposedly for it permits sex to be Indulged for its own sake.
axe-handle wlelders. They beat beads generally for no reason loved one may escape the may have special significance goes Sidestep the dubious are confiding the most intimate The pagan, on the other hand, reacts to the ascetic's anti-
.at all. frustration of others who think and they should be offers and persons behind them, 'secrets, but whose real sexual Ideas by going to the other extreme of virtually deifying -
Buckley emphasized that Ideally one would be led to believe solely of themselves. A cultivated to a high degree. and trust Instinct to be providing intentions are to extract those sex To the pagan, sex to not Just one of life's pleasures,
that nor colleges shouldn't need single policeman on the cam- surprise but happy ending maybe A watchful eye should be kept the proper guidance 'of others Before making: firm but the quintessence of human existence.
pus. While tw'ln number, there are some bad students on our anticipated by many who have on teen-agers and their coma whenever it mal be needed. commitments for the future, Both the ascetic and the pagan are wrong We need neither,
campus To wit: they are frequently arrested for the crimes been! motivated ideals or only their by heart theirhighest elt panlons, especially those who Friendship may take a sur- .it little may be more to prudent to which waita to degrade nor to idealize sex; rather, we should respect it
which they commit.We are particularly impressionable prising and romantic turn. As longer verify U a human drive that can contribute human happiness, when
sentiments. It must not be forgotten trends to
don'thave the answer to the present conflicts Involved and fairly easy prey to bad long as there are no impediments way are likely turn. It is properly channeled and lovingly cultivated
that to order moods of
to extract. The mates and other
confrontation with the law u exhibited at the national political Influence..1401F7732718. and no personal That one should not generalize from Individual experiences
the utmost from associates too
convention to Chicago last year. The administrators don't seem objections on either side, this key can be with people, regardless of how traumatic those experiencesmay
to know exactly the best way to handle the student mobs. planetary aspects, it to necessary may be for the better. somewhat unpredictable at this have been.

The put history of police brutality to this country is a foreboding the ball for the individual In the to get 4-20-88-15-59-323 time 80-22-, -97- Not all white people, Black people, men, women, children,
shadow that will haunt law enforcement agencies.for a direction.3.40U.1983677. rolling right LEI Stll'll 8- MJ' policemen, mayors, and Presidents are the same Some are
lung time to come. .. AIIAIIKMM lovable, some are hateful, and some are in-between Just
IIIN HIT IIIN ICT. because a person once got burnt by a hot tea kettle doesn't
N mean that everyone should storp drinking tea.
23rtAll.. Z2K ::t4ti .. 1..22" 2ltt'fEi. lit! That the trouble with many of today's "student revolution
.' SCORPIO aries'both Black and white-is that they have overlo ked
TALUS Choose discriminate Marriage It's insidious. If a suspicion AQUARIUS the Importance of morality and integrity to promoting presumably
This Week !I. Negro be the factor
IIIN mil breaks the directed at someone loved or Prove your case. It may stillrequire Just cause.
either makes or esteemed has been the effort convince By maintaining a discipline of non-violence the sit-ins of
May It, 1895. William Grant Still, noted composer and con- of either sex. That to given great ,
ductor, was born. 21th' ,MAT 2111 person extreme care slightest encouragement, it a key associate that there to a several years back commanded respect; thus they won amoral
one reason why may still be gnawing away' bobby trap hidden somewhere victory over their segregationist opponents-.and made
Ire what feel. Whether 'should be taken before the union
you despite evidence that there are under that At the walls of segregation come tumbling down.
a cover glitters.
May 11, 1191: Elijah B. Tmine ,.Ne&1'o sailor, was first of race Taureans are being Inspired to sealed especially to those
to die In Spanlsh-Amarlcan War. no grounds for it. When definite least,'' e&tllCt a promise to watt But today's mischievous "revolutionaries" give the moral
by someone fascinating or by a cases where religion makes answers cannot be found, it until you have a little more time victory to their foes. By glorying in being destructive and

May II, 1951 Oscar de Priest, who to 1928, became the first: creative wholeheartedly.andallow urge, they should respond subsequent dissolution To some virtually career,,j I I'lI8rallyXsafer to give some' to present the proof whteh could totalitarian, they call into question whatever It may be that
impossible the benefit of the doubt. be to hands The they're fighting for. They make them down the only
one one- putting
Negro to be elected to Congress from a Northern. State (Illinois), themselves to be led as status and wealth are the principal your
I died In Chicago. There to a possibility that tracked purpose that motivates Justifiable cause
far as they can go There may ingredients of success chances may unveil the truth many of you should serve exceedingly That the hardest thing to get used to, som 'umeslIsDCceu,
May 13, 1862: Robert Smalls,slave, ran Confederate blockadeand be someone standing the way But U can be a pretty shallow with well to such Many people, who would almost make a religion out of adversity -
of true love and this, naturally. .one when there Is no family and
delivered gunboat to Union forces;later elected to Congress may be a handicap that to not whom It can be shared.. .' 3. 40 55: I IS -.48 767 instances. things to their deprivation way. They, simply need to don't learn bow how to what make to the do when most

May 13,1914: Joe Louis (Joseph Louis Barrow) former world's exceptionally easily or quickly fine removed.accomplish.An 7 "19-33-68.878." 97Q.9912.29.555PISCES'\ out of their opportunities, rather than continuing to wring the

heavyweight boxing champion, wasborn to Alabama, ment should receive recognition greatest possible amount of misery out of their setbacks.
SAIITTAIIISIII That no person has the right to dictate to another person
May 14, 1800: African slave trade was declared a crime of will from also higher benefit up the to pocketbook.a way that: mil' how he should live, what he should believe, or what aspirations
piracy international agreemunt. IIIN All.2M Nil..Mrl and activities he should have.
7 5SOC6.1378698fiEMIII It Is not a minister's prerogative to decide what Job a congregant
May 14, 1812: Dr, Martin R. Delaney, Harvard radiate who SW. 22H IEC. 21st should have or whether a congregant should becomea
practice! to Pittsburgh, Pa., was born to Charleston, Va Remain alert. You still may SAGITTARIUS "martyr" for the religion's cause. Only the congregant
have to be vigilant so u not to Play it sows Some ot you maybe IIIN .FEI.. 'can make these decisions for himself. )
May 14, 1188. Brasll abolished slavery. be taken In by false statements, enjoying a unique positionand And a marriage license to not a permit to make someoneo
IIIN MAT erroneous Judgment, or plain exceptional advantages.But lit 0. w. mt 21* "er to one's own Image or to make his life decisions for

May 14, 19S9. Sidney Bechet, one of the world's leading jail lilt 21st elf-delusion cieated by over- It .is not always wise to Into 'PISC', him Far from It In a real marriage, no one must give 10
soprano saxlst, died to Paris, Frame. 21st confidence. One can also overestimate world to make this too obvious,' Develop plans. Excellent ideas to the other; each gives all and receives all, U a result of
Don't surrender Man-made one's capabilities to especially In the presence of that may have come up last lowing his partner as himself.Give .
May 15, 1918. Needham Roberts and Henry Johnson, outstanding forces are pulling against those the point that it can be most those who are inclined to be quarter should again be taken up
Negro heroes of World War I, killed 20 Germans during bloody of nature to make us accept embarrassing! when we are put envious. ,There are people who and brought to the point where
hand-to-hand struggle C what they say to good for' us to the test of ,demonstrating will use the slightest pretext it will be possible to apply To The
rather than to encourage us them. Memory can trick es ;.to. spread rumors, slander or; them. for the common good But
May 16, 1855: Richard 'R., Wright Jr., educator-banker (to< to discover this for ourselves.The ., Into believing that somethingwe distortions to serve their own reject practical suggestionsthat
Philadelphia) was bora to Georgia.May logical Cemlnton who still. previously saw or heard ends. Unexpected tidings or U adopted, would render
trusts individual Intellectual was something else altogether.The developments pa e the way for then. practicallywortbleuwben
18, 1875: Oscar Lewis, the, first Negro Jockey to win the powers will:not buy anything surest way never to get in alliance: a new friendship, the time. for actionari I J".,Any AMERICAN CANCER
\>ntocky Derby. of this sort, and will Insist on anything wrong to to pet it down or spiritual fulfillment.' At the opportunity I to buy, sell or I
arriving at personal conclusions In writing at the exact moment tame time, the stage to set for, inherit property could ',:om
May 17, 1954: The U.s. lup',. Court ruled that racial segregation mpressered'and In keepIng of tranplratlon Even then, it toot I a considerable advance on the ...sdddeaty4.aad'', out
to DubUcly-sepported schools to unconstlii'luoal' outlaw with the dictates of plain & an absolute guarantee conomle front 'completely by surprise .

I ". ,, :,-tef\; he doctrine ,of separate put equal and paving the,.way forsiytogl common* sense., .1 against the possibility of error ';14 'l6 aoo SOCIETY
.__- _w bride ". I I, 6-70. |. .15.87-544 50" \\7tSMJl t-M-5f, -10" .,., .13..1.,884


.( I 1

r A "d,":. :... :. .' _-- . ... ..>! ,river ',}" -.I

'. .-- -- ,, .. .
m. . .-. .. non .- -

I- ITIII : MAT 11, 1111.-- I sill' mlS. PICE 3

I Philos Of Sigma Gamma-Rho : Will Hold Mammoth Benefit Tea At St. Stephen's-I

Second ..,tlst Senior Ckoir Delphinium Ladies SS Club Serves Tea

I Auovices OifetaadiRg Models Will le

Tea For Sudiy

Second Missionary Baptist Mistress of C..emOGl.,1I1u .-. '?'J / $...; Hasidnas. Will Help

Church's Senior Choir will Elisabeth Best, by Mrs.AlbertaJ. ,'lJ.f. (,t,
qS. Tint Phllos at Sigma Gamma
n Sorority and the Metro
sponsor Its annual '
Spring W.lcomeAdllrus
Tea .Sunday May 18 at the Williams-: Dizon Response ;! 4 ) S politu Club have completed plans for their mammoth Benefit
Mrs Yerlsecola ; i; ;gJ ( t. Tea
church beginning at 3 pm Mrs:'Lenonia Graham. I on Sunday, Kay W, at 3:30: pm, ,lathe Educational:
of St.
building Stephen's AME Church.
be held outstanding affair will Solo, Mrs. Martha H. Cellar
2 Miss Helen McMillan is serv- Is admission Refreshments
in the lower auditor- guest, accompanied by Master There no
ium. Willie Matthews; Reading k log II Chairman. Mrs. Clara I will be served An
Under the leadership of Mrs Master Charles Jones; Instrumental Austin and Mrs Lucille Scott offering will be Ukea.Mr.Mar-
Alberta J. Williams, chairman solo, Miss Barbara are Co-chairman shall Johnson, popular< bar
of the Program Committee a Ann Ayers; Reading,Mrs.Leila The Incomparable Ladles will stylists, wUlpr.IIDlbaiulylu
serve aa Senior Hostess for of his own creation by popular
presentation has been arranged Singleton; Solo, II n. Culler;
featuring outstanding personal-, Reports of Contestants, Presentation the affair Mrs Helen Bruce Is ,models of the city. Among them
Ides ol the city. ot Hostess, Mrs. ilk- Dean Hostesses..The Rosebud will be Miss Girl Williams.
That program Is' as follows: Madre Jones. Club will be Junior Hostesses, Other models will be Sheila

Selection, "In The Garden,'* Dr. James Carl Sams, pastor, llri. Annie Ma Paige will be J. Williams, Roaald A.
congregation; Prayer Re,. will make remarks. K P ta supervisor. Williams and Dawn 1f.Williams
.Thomas Daniels; Selection, Hostesses for theoccasion .tx lira Rattle Hayes will present The mistresses ceremonies
"What A Fellowship! ,' congregation are: Mrs. Clarice Wright models In hats of her creation. will be Miss Catherine Johnson
; Presentation of Captain; Mrs. Minnie Dawson, Models Till be Mrs. Sylvia 1... and Mrs. Jeanette Williams.
Mrs. Carrie White Morton, Mrs. Car lie Lawrence Chairman of Decorations are
co-captain: ,
Friendly West Side registrar; Mrs. MarncleMcCray and Althea McCoy. Clothes will Mrs. Audrey Jones,Mrs Amu
assistant registrar; be modeled by Mrs. Gladys Plnkney, mrs Earth McGowan,
& Gilds McMillan Brown Mrs Clara Austin.Refreshment .
Ushers Hold'ReYinJ Mrs. Addle Sherman, Mrs. Crappf, ,
Esther Glbbs, Mrs Bouts Nina SUDs, Misses Catherine Chairman

The Friendly West Side Ushers Sumlar, Mrs. Evelyn Brown and TIle charming tid'i in the above" picture' iAmm ck the Union will have a revival hour Mrs Annie Pehnlzey.:: delphinium Ladles Social and Savings Club which will presenta Mrs. T. Dorothy Riley, Sinking Fund Treasurer; Mrs Janie and Ronald Williams of
Sunday at 2.43 lathe UnlonCom- Mrs Williams co-workers Merry Month of May Tea Sunday, May 18, from 4 to 6 p.m, Macon, Assistant Recording Secretary; Mrs. Louise Jackson, the Junior Fasnlcnettes. Host Florida, Georgia
munity Church Rev N.E. invite the public to attend< this at the Lewis Branch of the YWCA, 8th and Calhoun Streets. Reporter; Mrs. Rose Walker; Mrs. Louise Hargrove,Chaplain; and Hostess Modeling Club
McCray Is pastor IIr. aple annual affair Members are, seated, from left: Mrs. Eula Walker Thompson, Mrs. Theresa Aaron, president, Mrs. Beulah Hughes, Chair- Mrs. Mary Day Is Supervisor, Meet Elds Al
Fedd< will be mistress of ceremonies The church Is located at 954 Recording Secretary; Mrs. Nauer L. Freeman, Financial man of sick Committee. Not shown are Mrs. Mattle Reid, Mrs
Phillip Attack Is presi. Kings Road Rev J.C. SamsIs Secretary; Mrs Pinkie Johnson, Mrs Rose Nell Wilson,:: Mrs. Bessie Sands Mrs Joann Jackson, Mrs. Margaret Ruthlella.Deall.presldent. Chick Of God
dent. pastor. Business Manager Mrs. Ella Jean Jackson, Vice-president;
; BryandandMrs, Trumella_ Grooms
The pinup girls will be Wanda The Number i Annual Florida

Leona Daniels Day Fisher and Veronica Shockley. and Georgia district meeting of
Gra-Y Did Thier
Boys Own Thinq Church: Of Master To What man of today wear will the Church of God la Unity will

Listed For be modeled by Allen Clark hold its final session Sunday,
Present Stanton Unit Elm Forest and< Frederic May 18, at 10 am
t Fountain Chapel Plnkney.Mrs. Tonight a program will be
Mrs. Courtney Carley, Marion Whitehead< will presented entitled "The Tea
Instructor of the"SewandShowIt" The class at Stanton Vocational Leona Daniels Day will be held< Music will be furnished by church is located at 1747
High School, will present a In Fountain Chapel AME Church' Prof. Neal Bland and Mrs Annie McQuada Elder A. Beecher is
fashion show at the AME Church Sunday, May 18, throughout the Ruth Brown, coordinators of the host pastor Mrs. S.M.
of the Master, 5637 Vernon day, beginning with the Sunday creative Department of'the x. Varnadre Is secretary
Road, Sunday, afternoon May 18, School at ':30 a.m V. Daniels Elementary School,'
at 4 p.m. The public is invited Mrs Gussle Page Gray will Mrs. Aldonia Joyner principal, NEWS DEADLINEAll
On Sunday, May Il,Rev.Waterford speak In the morning service. will hare charge of the program ,
baptized 21 youths with In the afternoon, at 3 pm and will present her creative
water from the Jordan River Rev. Alvin Jones will speak.At group This group appeared on news should be Inthe Florida
:'" Rev Waterford returned some 6 pm a musical, "Sing! the Ken Knight Show recentlyand Star Office by Tuesday ailp.m.G1wo1wort1t .
weeks ago from a tour abroad Along," will be featured. has been widely< acclaimed:
11g. I and spent considerable time in Johnnie Thomas and< Wilbur C.
,the Holy land. Jones will serve,as musicians.

eel ae __ '_.__.1.-5t'f.'a:''''' -' oJ1\,.... .. ,'- ,-- -- Styles will Include reproduction Mrs Rovenla Huges will sing
Over 150 youngsters Tom M ot Duval County's Elementary first runnerup to Miss Gra-Y Is Miss Darlene Jones, daughterof from the country's leading< Joseph Johnson and other leadIng < -
schools displayed< the Ir talents by doing their thing at the Mr, and Mrs. Hurley Jones Darlene attends Carter S. womeu's magazines creators artists of the city will be
Williams Rains High School for the annual Gray-y Boys Woodson Elementary. The second runnerup is Miss Linda and
Night, which was sponsored by the James Weldon Johnson Ward, a student .of R. L Brown Elementary. SDoasoredJiy, ..
branch YMCA. "The Happenings", a duo from Longbranch Miss Pearlle Long The third runnerup Is Miss Melynda r ..., '
'Elementary, won first place. Carter G. Woodson's smartly Hayes, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Hayes. Malynda attends Isaiah
attired Tango group, won second place with R. V. Danlels's Blocker Elementary School. Other contestants are: Terl .
Mr. Happenings Jump-.sulteri; placed third. During the evening, LInwood, Marilyn Kennedy, Michelle Cooper, Gall Simpson. When only 'Jie >
Miss Gray-y for 1969 was crowned. This year's Is the lovely Janice love and Debra King; Debra Law, Miss Gra-Y, (68) .( 4ca
Miss Debra Watson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Furman Crowned the queen with Debra Mitchell and Valarle Smith purest W:.. do: cllo.. () (t
Watson..' Debra attends R.V. Daniels Elementary School and< assisting, ueens for 1967 and 1965 respectively 1
was, ,sponsored by her teacher.' Mrs., Mary -.Roblnson -The VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY LATEX
helps prevent diaper

I Feriiidiii! Beach Mt. ZionBiptist l' Dr. Bolden On CLUB jf, 5, | todiaperchangewitha rash..fromdiaperchange i WALL PAINT;1

5 contlnuoui film, providing a
Observes ARMO! Leave For Service 5 ;a moisture formulated ihield Especially for-

The 99th anniversary of the. A.F. Cummlngs West Union 1 complete
purity. No wonder
Mt. Z ion Baptist Church of f Baptist, Trinity ; Re,. J. At 'Indiana U. NOTESSEMI I 9 out of 10 mothersinsist 247IllltR .
Fernandlna and the fourth of Brown, Methodist, / on genuine 'Vase- .
the pastor will be observed Fernandlna Beach Dr. John H. Bolden, presidentand SOCIAL' lllne' Petroleum Jelly. k '
with and < founder of Bolden's College You pay a little more than'
appropriate Inspiring Sunday, May Z5, SundaySchcol
The Semi Civic Social and
services from May 18 to May begins at ':30 a,m. The morn of Music Incorporated Saving Club will meet Monday for other brands of petroleum t v5 I Flat fliilkh, no odor inu
'25 inclusive. I ing worship begins at 11 a.m. return to his post In June.During ;g jelly.but your \ cent corers most surtrrrs.:
his night May 19, in the home baby U .. VMS brush roller. \\usli-
Rev J.W. Marshall Is pastor with Rev. W.E. Johnson of leave of absence from the worth ill I S. or
of Mrs Juanlta Shields, 438 ublo with and \\t'r.
of tilt church j Jerusalem Baptist of Folkston. college associate he In served the< Division as research of West 24th, at I p.m, Mrs. C. I ''' All popular map colonCloteomt.
Churches pastors and congregations > delivering! the sermon. > Small is president:
Educational Administration
are as follows: | At 3:30: p.m. Rev. BJ. Lane'of and AMELIA LADIES
Sunday, May 18, 3 p.m : Rev. Mt. Sinai Baptist and Rev' Field Services at Indiana University The Camella Ladles Club will
C.B. Dailey and First Baptist, D.J. Graham of Mt Ararat while earning the meet in the home of MargaretCostello
Doctor of Education .1. .
degree .
Jacksonville. Jacksonville
Baptist of will be- 737 Monroe Street.
Monday, May 19, 1p.m.:Elder< present. His major field of Speclaliutloa I
Tuesday night, May 20, at 8:30p
LO ,Wynn, Church of God, Mrs. A.B. Wade is chairman.Mrs. is Administration and ,m. Members are asked to be 1 de 3 -" r. f FIDE QUALITY
Fernandlna ))44Sh, and Rev., Mary Blue is cochairman Supervision, with minors in present and on time Mrs.A.M. y. v
W, Beulah music education, higher education
Demps, Baptist, is
Jacksonville and secondary education. OWENS ILLINOIS I BATH TO [1$
Tuesday night May 20 Rev. St. Thomas 'His doctor's dissertation title The Owens Illinois Ladies Club
B,L. Wynn AbysslnlaBaptlst, was a Checklist for< evaluating will meat Saturday at 8 p.m in
Jacksonville and Rev Killings Baptist Women a Personnel Relations Pro-
the home of Mrs DorethaSmlth, Xii i J '
grams as a Result Otl More To-
Macedonia AME,Fernandina
1153 East 27th. Members are ;
Beach. ward Negotiations In Education Xl' '
Schedule TeaSt. urged to note the time. Mrsflossie 3
Wednesday night, May 21 Rev. For the past year he has held< Smith Is t ever,
R.W. Jackson, Jerusalem Thomas Missionary Baptist the position of Dean of Teacher Mrs. Emma president ti
Melton is
Baptist. Jacksonville; Mr. Calvary Church, 2335 Moncrief, will be Education at Cbeyney State College Reporter fs .pWeddings' t'ww ',X W

Baptist Church, Fernandlna the scene of the annual Women's Chevney, Penna. Stock up now at our low,
Beach, Fla. Day Celebration, Sunday Dr. Bolden has announced several low price. Choose prints
Thursday May 22: Rev.Randy May 18 new programs that will be j and rich solids in a wide
Hezekiah, First Baptist, Mrs W. C. Neal will speakin offered nest fall at the 20th Are Beautiful"SEE y,, ,e? s-:=__ 'I variety of bath colors.
Fernandlna Beach. the morning service. Mrs Street Institution The music
Friday night Mary, 23: Rev, Myrtle Lee Coke of Friendly I''offerings will be expanded Two SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HEHACEMENI ON MONE'' DM IND(

Baptist will sing.At new collegiate level programs YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL COLA."
,Ultra Modern 3 p.m. the Young Adults will be Initiated, Business Administration r
will be In charge Miss Leatha and< Management,
Savings To Clayton will speak Miss and Secretarial science. Several Wedding Service ,Your professional beautician
$ Cassandra Jackson will sing.! adult courses will be
knows the
Mrs N.E.: Butler In General offered including a Business "WE GIVE YOU THESE answer...
Honor Anniversary chalrlady. Mrs. W.C. Neal will Occupation courses, and a l high SERVICES"I I ,4 a ,
be Pastor-for-the-day. Rev W.. school diploma program, 1.: C.P.S.. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) 13 '
The Ultra Modern Saviags and C. Neat is Pastor.Subeaaa 'I
Sewing Circle will celebrateits 2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE 3
24th 'anniversary Sunday, SingersTo East Florida AndBethany "' Is
May 18, at 3:30: p.m. at Varlck, 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING peroxide needed to

Chapel AME Zion Church, 1328 Mt. Mori** Association
,West Ninth Street. The club with 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY color unwanted gray hair?
aloe largest attendance will win
AME I li Song Ushers MeetThe
a prize. 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" 3 5
'Tile program follows:r The sunbeam Spiritual Singerswill East Florida and Bethany Hair
Selection, "Lift Every Voice ,appear In the main audi Baptist Ushers Union will hold 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM hair-and care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
and Sing,";' Lord's Prayer torium of Mt. Morlah' AIlS !their mass meeting at Friendly even slight fading of natural color after chemical re

Scripture;;' Selection, Circle's Church Saturday, May 17, at Baptist Church Monday, May 19, 1. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE than laxing-can she feels.dull While a woman's most appearance hate and make her look older
women these
Song "Bringing In the 8 p.m In. musical recital. at I p.m Rev B.a Hartley premature aging
Sheaves ; Introdactloa of There will be a battle of song Moderator Mrs ME. HeardIs 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
,Mistress of Mrs. ARRANGEMENTS haircolorlng which may change the natural hair color while
Ceremonies Other outstanding groups will president, Mrs: E.WI&IIt i coloring
Agnes W. Brown, by Mrs appear. The public is invited.Mt. Is Reporter. 9. RECEPTION gray.
PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED Professionally.tralned
Doris Smith; Welcome Address, Morlah Church goes to The Executive Board meeting their hairdressers know the Importance of
Mrsv B. Singleton; Response Varlck Chapel tonight. The will be held at the home of Mr. customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes
'Mrs Angelena Bo,...; church is located at Ninth and i and Mrs Mack Dunbar 1824 '-WE. IMPLOREYOU TO CHECK WITH ANY OF CULL PAST problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi-

Selection, Zion Hope Baptist Myrtle. The pastor Rer. J.W. 'West 10th, ,Friday night, May permanent Loving Carehair color lotion without peroxide 4. .
Choir No.5 Reading Miss UltmtS: OR CKOOMS ON PHOTO SAHSJ'ACTION" to color only<< the gray without changing the natural shade. They
; Jones, is requesting all choirs, 1 18, at t p.m Mrs. M.E. Heard
Lenora Latlmore, ; Solos, .ushers and the congregation to J Is President., also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical
Woodrow Cam Tea processing. Because of its mildness Loving Care maintains
; Reading accompany tonight to the church.
Commandments, Mack Larklns; Sunday' School opens at 9.30 ,Delpbinii, ladies Bob Smith Studio S healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
Solo, Mrs. Jean Adam, a.m. with J.R.JactlOll to Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her
Selection Zion Hope Baptist superintendent. The morning Cub Plans Tea lair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.

/ JCholr No. 5; Club Count: services begin at U a m The The Delpliliila l-ad.esLlubwill Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol' products )
V.Aa offering' will be taken Sunday School Bible class begins |bold a tea on May 18, from S422 NORTH MYRTLE AVENUE. 768-3,200 and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most \

ft Remarks wiU be made by Mrs at B pm 'T e'eveningservice I,4 to 8 p.m. at the A.L. Lewis \1,' OFFICE HOURS If personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon
LM. Hauls, president. Mrs begins at 7 p.m Choir ;I Branch of the YWCA. Mrs nr wZMu"J beautician you dislike to gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask'your

Helen Cleveland'will serve as No. 1 and Usher Board Mo. I \Theresa Aaron Is president All ">c '0 .,ti+'.. d.. tl''I a DAlLY'iOO To 8:00 SAT. A SUrf. 10:00 TO J.-OOPM ". .i N \.v, .- ,. I glamorize it with Loving Care
pianist. l I will serve throughout the day. rl] e... I11t8d UI Ya t"I"" *Clilfol Inc.IM7 Courtwy CMrol Inc.I .

,lr\,y ,

.,_. ......t:....... S St ._

.j1 ::1.

-.; ,. .."'.'.,., .5 .. t.. t.. II '_t ,-" '.It .V..,'f.l.YAr'u! ..,,,.,,.. jl'f. ., .., .,jdiU. ',1.i" !, It' "'" ... .

r-vvww ... ..".......-........vvrgl"Irvvrt v. +r" '... .' .r-r-- r . r- ....
.. I .. -
'" ; .
_-" '''''j'''' .'' ''P'''' .... .'' "',. _,.- ." ... "- T ... ... T. T 4- ... < - --
) ') "r' 'i' ',
; J\ : 'iT.. 7.

I' I I

: !!

I 17,1]

Eogoia Butler, Chores Will Emanuel Speaker. Walters Menoriol
AME Zion

I Slag IB Yosag People's MeetThe I CHURCH NEWS1 1 1BO

-. t'ru4'. Celebrates Wonen's Day Sin.
Annual Dual Day of superintendent will be II n. W' r. .

Emanuel Baptist Church wlllbe Lacy Trimble of Second sw. Walters Memorial AME ZionChurch Is Chairman and Miss Selma

Sunday May 18, with program Baptist. 1012 Madison Street Rntledge Cochairman.Miss ET CME
Guest reviewers will be JosepH '" school will begin at 9.30 with Mrs Blrtha Griffin and
being presented throughout the celebrates the annual Women's Verities Moore of Henry Sunday
da,. H. Alexander of St. John "f Day on Sunday. May 18. Gordon AME will be the speaker. teachers ID:cbarp. TIle lesson will be reviewed by the putor

Rev. S.L.Badger 1 Officers be
church is located at 2221 Forest. guest soloist. man. Mrs. Shirley White Is Co- conducted by the acting pastor. recently orpnlr.ed for Women's Day. Mrs
Street. The morning worship chairman. Mrs. Marian L. A short program has been Sarah Cole,' Chairman; Mrs. Idalene Clark, Co-chairman;

This animal day will be ushered 11 a.m The women will be l Newman will serve as pastor arranged, Mr. Births Griffin, pastor for the Day; Mrs. Eva M. Gilbert,

by theSundaySchoolat9:30a.m. In charge. Mrs Saran Washington Mrs. Alvesta H. Williams of the Secretary; 1Ir. loll Green Treasurer;Mrs.Dorothy Pollard,

with Mra. Viola Snead and Davis wUt be the speaker for Varlck AME: 'Zion Church will Chairman of the Young Women's Department Board No. t

Deacon George SnUb as acting the morning s e r v l e e. Mrs. serve as guest superintendent Honored will meet Sunday at 3.30; at 1018 Albert Street, with Mrs. Idalene.

superintendent. The guest Virginia Curry of Mt. Calvary Mrs. Rosa Young will be re- Clark. Rtf. Archie will give ser Ice,andhls congregation will
Baptist will be the pest soloist.At viewer. I I ..1 Ilir. be 11 charge 011 May 18 at S p.m Rev D.A. McEMn is pastor

McGospel Singers 3 p.m. the youngpeoplewill Mrs Thelma Newman of the Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert is secretary.

be in charge. A musical will be' ror+itfy Ebeneter Methodist Church will

1 presented by the Eugene Butler 'be the guest speaker. Mrs. NEW MOUNT OLIVE'BAPTISr

Hold Twenty Chorus and by the male chorus Louvlnle Squire will be the put Sunday School begins at ':30 with Deacon Cambridge, superintendent -

of St. Peter. soloist, representing Ebeneter in charge of the session Rev. W.L. Glanton, pastor,:
First Annul BTU begins at S p.m. with Methodist. will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at 1 a.m.,

M Deacon Phillips charge. The w The MYT program will be at with the deacons la charge of devotions. The pastor will
The llcCospel Singers will evening worship begins at 6:30 I p.m Miss Marshall Wilkins .speak. ,Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 will serve Miss Seawood
celebrate the twentjr-first anniversary p.m. Rev. H. Anderson of will be in charge of music. Communion will be held at 3 p.m

\. on Kay IS at Mt. Ararat Palatka will be the evening Allen Jackson with the deacons in charge of devotions. 'l'beputor will speak

Baptist Church. speaker. The Mt Sinai Male Choir.No.1 and No. 2 will serve.

\, Goodman to appear are: Art Chorus will be the guest Concert At Second

Community Chorus, serving chorus. All are in ,
Clef Tones Gospel Singers, ,vited. Baptist Sunday Mr. John Jackson Sunday School begins at 9:45 with the superintendent, Mrs.
Gospel.C r n s a d e r s,Heavenly Mrs. S.L. Badger will be (
Mr. John Jackson shown above Leaster Smith In charge The morning service begins at
Fire ,
Gospel Mr. Pastor-for-the-Day.
Allen Jackson
noted soloist services led by the deacons. At
is 77 11 SO a.m. with
now approaching
Johnette Ruth Redish Elder Mrs Eula Thornton Is chair years :
of Second
Baptist Church's
and as happens each I District No. 2 will meet at the church, with Deacon
Most Davis year p.m
Charles Davis Is chairman
,Evangelist Bernice
Choir No. 3
I Staten. Church of God Written for the Young People. lira baran wUlUJlltOllu&na.IDOWD lDOYe,ww De lilt IlpeUer'for : featuredIn will celebrate at his home at Winston Ware as leader. At 7, p.m. Evangelist O.R. Smith

in Heaven Golden Cloud and Tommle Lee Wilson Is chair the Dual Day Annual observance at Emanuel Baptist churchSunday 16 a nfnslcal recltalSunday,May 602 West Beaver on Friday, will speak Evangelist Smith will come from Daytona Beach,

.Sunrise Gospel Singers. man for the men. .. morning May 18, at the 11 a.m service Rev. S.L. after will be services atthechurch.He May 16., Mr. Jackson expects Rev. H. Robinson is pastor. Weekly prayer meeting Tuesday
his ,
Badger Is pastor. Programs for the day have been so prepared accompanied by to meet many of his friends night.
as to be Inspiring and education u well informative wife, Mrs. Fannie Jackson, at
Tabernacle Church and make new ones. He is
,1 I Baptist Mrs Mrs S.L. Badger will serve u pastor for the day. Rev. the. organ. member of Day Spring Baptist

I A. Anderson former minister In Jacksonvlle will be present Jackson will be sponsored by Church and is connected with MACEDONIA BAPTIST

f! Has Women's Day On May 18 from Mt. Tabor Baptist of Palatka. M... Eula Thornton Is the MAB Fuller Missionary various other organization. District No. 2 will meet Friday night in the home of; Mrs 'Mary

chairman for the women. Tommie L. Wilson Is charlman for Society of the church. Mrs. Small, 1555 Evergreen Avenur. District No 4 will meet with

;;: 'Tabernacle Baptist Church, The opening service will be the the, men. Mrs Eloulse Thomas is chairman of.programs. Alean W. Tarver serves u Honored Mrs. Selena Washington 1470 East 27th, at I p.m Friday.

903 Union Street, will boldWomen's Sunday School at 9:30.: Mrs. president of this newly organized Services Sunday will begin with the Church School at 9:30,

I Day Sunday, May 18, Bessie Solomon is superinten Enaiiel group. Mrs. Vivian with Deacon John E. Singleton and teachers in charge. The

Many gnest teachers and dent Mrs Willie D. Lucas of Chairmen. Chester, program chairman, lesson will be reviewed by the pastor or his appointee.

officials will be present. Mrs. Sinai Baptist will be guest, -'- has arranged a pretentious program ,f Consecration services will begin at 10:45 a.m Sunday, for the
V.O. Youngwlllserveaspastor- superintendent. Mr*.Sadie for the e v e n I n g. Among choirs ushers and members. Deacons and deaconesses and

.fbr-the Day. Alexander of St. John Baptist numbers to be presented will { members will be in charge. Music will be furnished by Choir

I' Mrs H.M. Lawrence will be will be the reviewer. Guests be "Lord, fve Tried" by the ,No. 1 and No. 3 and service will be given by Usher Boards No. 1

chairman.' Mrs Ola King will assisting u teachers will be:: famous Thomas A. Dorsey, and No. 2 Choir No. 3 will meat after the morning worship
president of the National Association r for the business session. Districts
be Co-chairman. Chairman Mrs. Janle Griffith Central regular meeting at 3:30
i Emeritus will be Mrs Queen Baptist, Miss Joan Poole of Gospel Choirs and p.m. will be: No. 1, In the home of Mrs Eura D. Cook on

Alken. Mrs. Hessle Solomon teacher, Class No. I; lira. Choruses and a pioneer In gospel East 21st; No 8, In the home of Mrs. Lucy Gray on East 22nd

will be secretary Mrs. M.L; Pauline Sibley Sweetfleld Baptist mnslc. x Street; No. 6, In the home of Mr. and Mrs Madison Peters,
; Storey will be assistant secretary ,- Miss Yvonne Wilson Choir No. 3 will assist the 343 Phoenix Avenue. The BYPU Hour will begin at 5:30 p.m.

ij teacher, Class No.2;Mrs Katie artist, The Young Women'sCouncil with Mrs. M.L. Polite presiding. The evening worship begins

Captains are: Juanita Wynn, Lee, Evergreen Baptist, Miss of Matthew Gilbert will at 6:30 Both mater sermons of the wlllbe given by the pastor,

Mrs.: Ola King, Mrs. Nola ,Llllie Pearl Warthen teacher, i. serve as a hostess group. ._ Rev. Wilbur Burgess. Weekly actlltIeafollow:Tuesday,8p.m.,

J Jackson, Mrs Pecola Foster, Class No. J;Mrs.Georgia WInD, Tommle Lee D"II. outstanding Mrs; Eula'Thornton will head Rehearsals of Choirs No. 1 and 3; Thursday, noon, Midweek

Mrs. Rattle Williams Mrs. Mt.. Ararat Baptist Miss worker at Emanuel Baptist the large group of women at West Union BaptistTo Rev. Smith prayer service with the Missionary Society In charge; Friday,
a Sarah Watts Mrr Queen Alken Vessa Class 8 p.m.1 Rehearsals of Choirs No. 2 and No. 4
Blunt No. 4. Church 2221 Forest, will head Emanuel Baptist Church Sunday -' ; Monday night,
Miss Jacquelln ',edalr,Mrs.V. Rev. W.O. Young pastor will the Men of the Church u they May 18 when they, along Observe The eleventh anniversary of the May 28, B p m, Joint anniversary observances of Usher BoardsNo.

O Young Mrs. LUry Jackson, give the imitation to Joiners.Mrs observe Dual Day. Rev. S.L. .with, the men,, will observe Dual I Greater New Bethel Baltist 1, 2, and 3,featuring a program and the presence of visiting
J Mrs Minnie Parker Mrs. Sadie Alexander will review ofcburcb' Women's Day Church, Woodbine Ga., will be ushers. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is Secretary-reporter. The
Badger Is pastor The Eugene 'Da Mrs. Thornton Is one
Leola (SohnsonMrs.GraceScott the lesson. Afeature will celebrated Sunday May 18, at church Is located at 3333 Franklin.!
Butler Chorus and the St. Peter workers.Rev .
outstanding West Union Baptist will observe -
II a.m. at Woodbine. Rev! TJl.'
Tarver, Mrs. Luverta Ashley, be the Joint prayer by the Sun- Male Chorus will be featuredby ,,. S.L. Badger Is pastor. Women's Day Sunday \, :] ,
Mrs. Ida King and Mrs. Damon day School. Mrs. V.O. Young Wilsootof Summervllle Baptist NEW REDEEM BAPTIST ltj
I Collier will make remarks. the young people at 3 p.m. The church ls located at 2221 Maf'lI.MIIDDlIIrwlth the to* af.JacboItYw..W' drirw toesermon."Rev.fcC. / Sunday School begins at 9:30iitb'thd'superintendent'

I In the morning service Mrs. All are Invited Forest.' day School at 9:30 a.m. Mrs; ; .E.
Sally Wannamaker will be the Emma Glllis of Mt. Ararat will above, will be the honoree. The Rev. E.I. Norman. The morning Worship\ begins at 11 a.lDj;

i Grant Memorial AME speaker, representing the be the guest superintendent., anniversary In Jackson vlllewUl with the deacons charge of devotions. Choir No. 3 and Usher

I ... United Assembly of Truty.Mrs. I Calendar EventsFirst I Mrs. M.L. Butler will be guest begin Monday night May 19, Board No. 3 will serve during the day,with Mrs. Fannie Jackson

I Wannamaker will be introduced reviewer and end on May 25,with different In charge of music Districts No. 7 and 9 will have a Fashion

Begins 80th by Mrs. A.NJ5esslon of Mt. Mrs Annette Espy' principal churches in Charge. Members Parade at 3 p,m at the church. District NO. 3 and 6 will meet
to the Forest Part Elementary of the Woodbine church will
be at the
Calvery. church at 4:30: p.m District No. S will meet at 4 p.m.
Mrs. Rattle Williams and Mrs. Born YouthThe Laverne Rill. A special guest School, a memtjer also of Gen- In service with New Baptist, in the home of Jerry Richardson on Dent Street. The evening
will be Master Reginald Hay- School a member also of Jacksonville in the 11 a.m.
IMary Mobley of Mt. Carmel worship begins at 6 p.m Both ItrmOlll'wW be delivered
Anniversary ProgramsGrant Will the davotlons.! Youth Choir of First Born WOOD. The public Is invited. Central Baptist, will speaker services on May 25. Little by the pastor, Rev. T.I. Norman. Prayer meeting is Tuesday

Mrs. Josephine Fields of St. Temple 825 West Monroe There are no charges. for the morning service Mrs. Gethesemanv Baptist of Jack- night at 7:30, A preview of the Sunday School lesson will

Memorial AME .:Church John Baptist will read the Scrip- Street, will be presented' In Elder A. Kill is pastor. Luella McBride of Grant Memorial and West Light Baptist will follow at 8 p.m., with the pasto speaking. The church is

certainly a historical entity In turer.' Other participants will concert Sunday, May 18, at AME Church will serve be in the same service Rev.. 1614 East 30th. Rev. E.I. Norman is pastor.

the City of Jacksonville will, be Mrs. M.L.Storey,announce 8:30 p.m., In the main audi. Mt. Calvary Baptist as guest soloist S. Gadsen Is pastor. At 2 p.m. ,
begin on May 18, a series ofprop'ams ments Mrs Charlie M. torium of the church. Miss Janice Cheatham will be 'dinner will be served. AUp.m. COLOSSIANS BAPTBT
through the week emphaslElng ; This well-known will Mt. Calvary Baptist Church's guest soloist for the BTU Hour. Rev. E. Mobley of St. Matthew School
Bellamy prayer Mrs. Corlne group Sunday begins at 9.30 with the
; : superintendent la
: Its offset Usher Board No. 1 will hold the Mrs. Sarah L. Rice President charge.
growth AME
Waters Jerusalem Baptist, Introduction -''i give classical, spiritual and nil speak. Reports will The lesson reviewed will be given by the superintendent. The
: community life, and history. gospel numbers: Annual Tea Sunday, May 18, of the Women's District ;be made The meetlnCWtUCI08eal
of mistress of ceremonies morning begins at U a The
: Grant Memorial will be 80 This choir will be directed from 4 to 6 p.m Convention of the Emanuel Progressive 6:30: p.m. All are Invited. at 6 m evening service will
; Mrs. Tbelma Ra,. begin p m Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor will deliver both
;. years old. The church was by Mrs. Irma Kelly and Miss The program is u follows: Association, and a
Union Progressive Baptist sermon. Choir No. 1, Choir No. 2 and
Opening Selection Usher Board No. 1
founded In U88 "Leaning on member of Mt. Bethel Baptist
f Dr. A.J. Reddlck, now'pastor, Mrs. Elnora Frances Atkln responseand Metropolitan the Everlasting Arms";;prayer, will speak In the evening Deloris Morgan an will after-service serve all day. The Angelates Gospel Singers will give
Mrs Harper for
program Dual
shares a unique position in tin Mrs Virginia CurrySelectlon. service. Mrs. Rose Walker of Day. This program Is being
celebration since his parents Mt. Tabor Baptist. Wright Sisters; Reading Miss central CUE will ser e as sponsored by Mrs. Christine Senior. Prayer service will begin
Mrs Furlow will MusicalThe At Tea Tuesday at 7:30 '
f' were outstanding workers lathe Melody give Presents Harriet Sanders; Solo, Miss guest soloistOfficers Community : p.m.
the Occasion Mrs. Pearl
'. church .George will give the Meditation.Mrs. Metropolitan Nursing Jackson.Mam Wright and solo, Albert for the day will be: Miss. Deloris Mangram will MT. SALEM BAPTIST

I := church growth. George will represent 'Home Club presents Archie Mi s. Sarah Cummongs Pastor; recite at the Annual Tea of the Services will begin with the '
I.. The church will enter its program Olive AME Church Mrs. Dennis Jr., in a musical re-. Mrs liable Dvmbar: Is Presi mrs. Annie C. Ross, General Community Xmas Saving Club Assistant Superintendent IDea Sunday School at 9.30: with:I
: with the Sunday School vital at the St. Thomas Baptist! dent. Mrs Llllie Wright U Chairman; Mrs Willye F. Scott In charge The lesson
France Harper of Mt Tabor Chairman Sunday, May 19, at 1952 West topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The morning devotions '
t with A.V. Rose superintends, Baptist Church Sunday night, May 25, Dennis Co-chairman; Mrs.' Eleventh. The hours will be 4 begin at U a.m with the deacons In
. : in charge. Mr. Rose will be at 8 Rev W.C. Neal is Ells Perry, Theme Coordinator -' Usher charge. Choir No. I and
Baptist will sing. The offering p.m to 6 p.m. Mrs. N. Glover Is Board No. 1 will
ser/e throughout the At '
day 3p.m.
I" assisted by his staff and' will be taken by Mrs. Jeraldlne pastor. Sweetfield Baptist and Accolade Chairman.Rev Co-hostess with Mrs. Rody Brother Eugene Calhoun will be ordained. The '
officers: ,Jones. Little Rock Mrs. Mrs Lucille Mote is president. A.F. Gumming is pastor. Ricks Hostess at evening-worship
Baptist, begins 6 p m. The pastor '
or an
appointee will the
Dr. F.D. Richardson, Sr will Samuel 0 Pearson is bnsl-; Services. at Sweetfleld Baptist Mrs Rosebud deliver
Ruth, Brown, Antioch Baptist Sponsors are: sermon. Choir No. 3 rehearses Monday. On Tuesday night the j.
bring the anniversary messages and Mrs. Lucille ness manager. Church were both Inspiring and S. Plckens MRS. Jannle
Murphy prayer meeting Is held.
New Bethel AME Tuesday at S ChotrNo. I
Choir No. Sand Usher Board No. informative. Rev, L Scott de-. Julia Walker
Sweetfleld. Mrs. Magnolia Williams rehearses. Choir No. 1
,, rehearses
on Thursday. Rev W.O. '
3 will At 6'45
serve. pm Davis will mate the presentation. Miami's Elder livered the morning sermon., and Mrs Lucinda Corley. The Rogers Ia putor. 1Ir./C:. SlmplOIIIa 11-
Dr. Reddlck will delover the Mrs. H.M. Lawrence will Rev E. Murphy spoke at night. next meeting will be with Mrs.: located at 1261 West 2ZDd. reporter The church r;!
message from the theme "Re Deacon Addle Grant presented Church Presents J
make renurks. Statesman Pastor h.b butler, 2040 West 15th on
sponsibilities For the New Relationship. baskets of food to the Oldest THE PILGRIM
Councilwoman Sallye Mathis May 29th, at 8 p.m. Mrs. E. Club will sponsor
\ will speak at 9 p.m.' Mrs. Ola-' Mother In the church Gifts were Lang is President. a tel SundaJ. May 18' at Twenty-nlnth and Chase at
Musical ttejf-G
Each night will feature the King will preside. Other participants Praises New Gift presented other mothers. Youth Center. Mrs Beatrice Thomas Is reporter.

appearance of outstanding scheduled wlllbe:Mrs.' Six persons Joined the church Eugene Calhoun JAZ POST 197 of the American Legion win meet at
Frldar .
ministers artists and cltitens. V.Q. Young Invocation Mrs. MIAMI -Father Theodore Sunday. Three candidates for The Youth Choir of New Bethel 8 p.m. at 2179 Benedict Road. The election
; officers will
On Monday night the church Gibson, Black\ pastor of a Black baptism also Joined AME Church will be presented take place. A 19J9 membership card Q18l1Dta"
will Join with Usher Board No. M Mrs.L. Storey, announcements; Episcopalian>> church here The prayer meetlngcontlnues. In recital Sunday, May 18. at :.Will Be Ordained voting. The Fifth District Constitutional member for
Carrie will be held
I 4 in the celebration: of the anniversary Plnkney, prayer Christ Episcopal Church, 3481 Rev. A. Anderson pastor of ::1 Inthechurchaadttorlum.. 11 Delaad on May 18 The post will meeting
of mistress worship the
of their board as well .presentation ofceremonies. Hibiscus Street, has a new, the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church The church located Third Eugene Calhoun, member of Baptist Church Smoky at U a.m William Morris Friendly
Mrs. Jenkins a. Commancltr.
as that of the churn b. represents Impressive unique, and of Palatka, will appear In revival and Tyler Streets The public' the Mt. Salem Baptist Church, MASTER MASONS of DuYa1
the Church of God u' ? County, District No. I wW be
On Tuesday night Dr. Eugene I historic windows to Us church, beginning with Monday ,1s Invited to attend. Mrs. will be ordained for the ministry instructed at 410 Broad May ,
Christ No. 4. Mrs. Emma Dee 1'1. *-0. Junior
H. Mobley, pastor of St., the gift of a white couple The order of services will be i ijuanlta Bailey is Supervisor Sunday, May 18, at 3 p.m. Rev. Ward of Oakland Lodge No. 6! will Williams
Brown will make the welcome be In cbarr ., .
Matthews AME Church and Dr,- The window resulted from a Wednesday at 6 p.m with Rev. ',Mrs Gertrude F. Morse Is 'Cyrus A. Weaver pastor of GATEWAY BARRACKS No 3131 of *
A.C. Chandler pastor of St. address. Mrs. Caoline Parker Incident marking minister's W.D. Mur ay teaching Deacon organist. Rev. E. Jones Is Day Spring Baptist, will deliver meets 17 at Veterans WortdWar No. 1<
will sing. Mrs, Myrtle Terry'will the ordination Rev. W. year 1509 Kings Road at I p.m. The
Paul AME Church, will be present designation as canon of the Sam Williams Is Chairman. J. .pastor. sermuu Buracu wail\ I bast to

, with their congregations will present be given the by speaker.Mrs. Caroline Asolo Cathedral In Will If Park. V, Anderson reporter \ New Bethel's Calendar Tea O Roars Is pastor Mrs. C. leave the city at 5 a.m. Contact Tampa J.B.ell 1nrlDC.1111II 'I. u calm.
Is The f
Wednesday night will feature the Sampson reporter. .
and whites attended
'Blacks* was a glowing success. It was Commander Willie R.
Terry. The offering committee AUbrltten. tM.on -\..,. DOt later IbID la
church is located West '
the of Dr. A.D. 1291
{ appearance members" affair. sponsored by the Sarah Mo- 1 The Barracks and Ore Auxiliary WIll toll,
are Miss Wanna Mae Sarah memoral services
Harris, pastor of St. James Brown, Miss Joann Poole Miss Shortly afterward Father McGinnis Glnnls Missionary Society.. 22nd. May 30, at 4 p.m. at Memorial Cemetery. ,
AME Church and of Dr. W.C. Gibson received a letter from Many the the
enjoyed wU
program Ire have a variety of talent present
Vivian Young; Miss Lydia The Sarah McGinnis Missionary at Midway
Neal. pastor of Greater St. admirers. who said they were Uniquely decorated were the AIlE Cbarcla. ,
Jackson. Miss Yvonne Wilson Society of New Bethel AMK Champion Social
Thomas Baptist Church with
for who each THE'
looking clergymen tables
their will make the presentation. Church will hold Its monthly MWBTERS A ,
Thursday night Dr. E. Young people guests wUl be sacrificing themselves toserve meeting Sunday at 4 p.m: In 'mere of, the year. Hostesses Jacksonville and adjoining counties will, meet In Tregular
their congregations and their warm in their reception Clnb Holds session Wednesday May 1 at
Jones pastor of New Bethel' Mrs. Bessie Baker, Little jtock; the home of Mrs. Earleae Zion Rope Baptist Church,
communities .and welcome to the 1198
Street.Rev. public. ,West Church Street, at U R.V
AME: and Dr. V Mrs Sadie Fedd, Bethlehem Watkins 3925 Pearce a.m. E. R. SlIIIpaoa *I
Church R. I
Within the letter was a Twelve babies represented the'months
Webster pastor oISt.Stephen'sAME Baptist; Mrs. Louise Johnson, Gibson E. Jones, pastor, will give Summer Musical p.1dn1BISHOP
to be used as Father of the year. The four'
Church, will be present;, Union Progressive; Mrs Laura saw fit. He took the check observations top winners were Kelvin MURCHmON OF
;Rose; St. Mathew AMEi Mrs. Barnes Tne Champion Social and THE Cia: CONNECTION
with their be the
congregation \Chrlstabell Baker Mt. Cannan really sent by a Presbyterian first prize; Sonja Freeoey, second -, Charity Club will hold Us special speaker for the morning :
On Friday night Dr. W, D. banker and Invested U In the ParkThe prize Albert ,CUE Cllarcb service Sm V HCw1I' .
College ; Tlmmoos summer musical on May 28 Dahl Oar wail be .
Baptist; Miss Florlta Johnson ? "'ed.
I r Young and the congregation of Richard Loiters wW'
window. third and LallssaSherree .,The
prise at 7.30 at St. Paul AME choir cI Epllnu
First p.m, Seventh
Timothy Mrs. Flora .
Bethel AME Church Callahan Day AdYeutIat Church will
; This beautiful window 1s 11lunlnated Jones fourth a
Park prise. wWII
Watts College Bible Class Church pertlcipater Iirs.Cli.lasmtth
and Dr J.W. Jones, pastor of Mrs. EarnesUne, J.WilHamsSt.Presbyterian; at night and serves will met* at the home of Rev. Mrs. Olivia Hari ell is prHI.'deat. Mrs. Mary Nealy will be tea- Ia pastor CbaInua are: Women directing.Rn.S.Daopdson. .
y Mt. Moriah AME Church, and PaulIII'II/'I'1/I u a kind of beacon for maa. and Mrs. 85. Sapp Tuesday, Mrs Melanie Jones Is, tared along with the Sing out. Men. Nathaniel Sears; Programs Yr. B1010, rt
his congregation will be pre When the building completed 10 'at The coordinator All Publicity. Mr. 1..1ta Williams,ud J
fie,. '. May 8pm public ? music and civic groups are Wyatt. .
sent. O. Young Is pastor. the window will be dedicated.The .Ia muted Rtf.8applsalJaiattr On Saturday May 24, the lavlted. Mrs Elisabeth Went ,11OIS. TABS CilBBS.GADsoN for .

AUservicesbeglaat8p.m The new building will be con ,of the College Park Baptist Society ,will program aaotbspecial is s.MarthaW Jacksonville, WIll be feaeralia\ many years a tta1cIIIIII at tt

church is located at 927 Clay * structed at a saving of$125,000. ;Church, of St. 'Aucustlae., '11.' activity. AJJare invited.( auc" with tilt pastor, Rev Y.d Benjamin Friday at Browg.Ut..Ollve prestdLK.eI AMe

: '


ftj. I j.! I, \ \
,, ,
: .... ,. \ "\ .., .,, t (
., ,
.. 'd1t.
: -.I1''f 1oOJI..K.M""d : \M4t111' & .
::' : t.r: A.kAAAti L' a aa .A..M ...... .. ""i."iI"J- ..... :.4. ( L.Y.11iIIVWaYiY 6'NLJ'" 1o: \ >" ;.la. h" ..
- -

I . ., T "" .. II' "-... .. TTr ... 1 I. ,. ." 1 1-4 ." "f.e ; _,..:":':!'" y.'k.." ,"I':".. "* :_,, .., .' ......,. ..'..,.'1..



I West Union Baptist Women's Day Scheduled For May 18 With Many. Workers, I


Many CoHHittees Will Aid I

In Gala May Celebration Second Baptist Elks Chief Antler I Honored Day Sprlag Baptist Church to Hold "

West Union Baptist Church will celebrate 1U Women's Ordains John Payne Foondiig And Pastor's Anniversaries

Day Sunday May 11. Services will feature the appearances Ordination services for Jots'
of many outstanding cfflsens miblclan and workers. A. Payne will be held at Second Day Spring Baptist Charthwill' First Timothy,Rev. R.L Smith.A gations, choirs, official groups,
c musical will be presented officers
launch Into a mammoth celebration -
union's _
West. celebration wUlatr.s. Sallye Johnson, Louise Moore Missionary Baptist. Tuesday, beginning Sunday, May Saturday night, May 24,at 8 p.m. On Saturday night the birthday
the 20 7
participation of many and Clara Cannon, Publicity: May p.lD.IIr' II and May 26 A special guest speaker will be cake will be cut. RefresbsMets
ending on
of the churth'i has been '
Payne called
own workers Mmes Esther Barton, Lydia U Two anniversaries will be Dr. W.L. Wilson, Spartanburg, will follow
Mrs Sarah tie Grace
Cummings will be Ralney, Thelnu Nelson and Missionary : South Carolina, pastor of the The regular order of serviceswill
that of Rev Cyrus
pastor for the llrs. Baptist Church the m
day AnnieC. succeeding a
Frances Broadle.
Macedonia Baptist there Dr. follow also. .
Rots Is late Rev. B.F. Brown. Weaver, pastor, and that of the
general chairman.Mrs .
Souvenirs: Mmes.Ellntaa i historic church organisation Wilson Is president of the South Sunday School begins at 9:30
Willye F. Dennis will Rev B.H. Hartley, moderator W
be Reed, Ruby Bryant, Vera Outstanding churches, outstanding Carolina State Baptist Convention p.m with the Juniors charge.
co-chairman, and Mrs Ellu Marian Gelxerand of the East Florida and BeIhaDyBaptl.t
Blakely, Iwrv .
The morning worship begins at
ministers, laymen,
Perry will be theme coordinator Association will
Miss Louise Williams. Decorations musicians and officials of On Monday the celebration will 11 am The Junior choir,
and accolate chairman deliver the sermon
: Mmes UeUaCummings, churches will lend every effort continue Jacksonville ministers ushers, trustees and deacons
Committees are as follows Beatrice Evans and JaniceE Rev. James CarISams,pastor, participating Rev, J.C. will serve
School ,assisted other ministers and toward making this momentous
Sunday lira. Dollle by
Brett; Accolades; Mmes celebration a success Saras and Second Baptist will At 5 p.m the BTU opens with
Ford, Urs Lillian Bell, Miss Eliia Perry, Ollle Wallace, deacons, will administer the 't Churches and dates of participation ,participate Rev A.B. Coleman Mrs Gladys Crapp as chairman -
Lola B. Rich, Miss Margie Julia Taylor and Ida Mae Arm- rites of ordination. follow: of Shiloh Baptist will be presentwith The Junior departmentwill
Kelly. Morning worship:Mmes. stead. The services for the FourthLord' his congregation Rev. W, be in charge. Various
May 19, Zion Hope
Evelyn Anderson, Martha awards: Mmes Ora Mae Rlley, Day .will begin with the Baptist, Rev E.R. Simpson, M. Hill of Mt. Calvary Baptist, districts will meet at the close
Gumming, Mabel Mclntyreaod Marine Mears,EUubeth Peeler Sunday School beginning at 9.30 Payne Chapel AME, Rev. R:A. and Rev B.L,Wynn of Abyssinia of the morning worship. Rev.
Ida Consecration rites for the
Bell De a
oe. and Willie Tatker; Tags: Mrs m. King and St Matthew Baptist, Baptist will be present. Cyrus Wearer will deliver both
Baptist Training Union Pearl Cummings, Mrs Carrie deacons, deaconesses, ushers Rev. G.A. Price. All ministers will, ,be major mrmo.r. Bernice P.
Misses Yvonne Jackson, Petty, Miss Dorothy Rich, Mrs.Julia and choir will be held at 10:45: Tuesday, May 2D, Sprlnghlll accompanied by their congre Coachman is reporter.
Tomaslna Kelly Sandra Kelly a.m. Morning worship begins
Mack, Miss Fern Blakely,
Lee Jr.
Rev T.R.
and at 11 a.m. Rev Sams will Baptist, ;
Regina Kelly.Evening Warships Miss Deborah Bell and Mrs FIn ,.'
Re Rudolph
deliver the Baptist,
Mrs Thelma Jones,Mrs. Clara Borne. sermon.
Ernestine McAllphlne and Miss The Baptist Training Union McKisslck and West Friendship
clara Borne Ushers will be
Angela Perry Mmmes. Dora: Black, Willie begins at 5.45: Evening services Baptist, Rev R.L. W11Ion.WedDelCla't 21 Bethle. I DR. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES mw PROGRAMS
May ,
Prayer Committee: lime. begin at 7 pm The
Lockett, Thelma Kendricks,
Rosa Stereos Dorothy Lucille Hood, Leila Williamsand Prayer of Faith Hour is Williams I.t First, Rev corinth W.L. AT THE'COLLEGE FOR'FALL SEMESTER
$rew tert Geneva Marks and Fannie Felton, as well as Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday ; I
:School and Teachers Council Baptist, Rev. W.L. Jones
Amy Livingston; Finance: Mrs.Pearl Miss Rattle Watts
Hudson, Mrs. T.B. District Captains will bet is Friday at 7 p.m The pastor West Union, Rev. A.F. Cummlngs. SECRETARIAL COURSE '

Thompson, Misses A a R Mmes. Battle Green, Fannie will be In charge.The church .
Bell and Jo Ann Hewett. Edwards Ola Mae Wbltetrarct, Is located at 954 Kings Road. Thursday, May 22, Mt. Ararat (
Baptist, Rev D.J. Graham; St,
Muslci Mrs fair {
Sallie SallIe Hampton
Rev. W.C.
Baucom, Mrs Ella Mae Rafe Marian Raines, Bertha Moore, Rev. D. Barnes a solemn ceremony at the last meeting of the Joseph n. Neal Baptist, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONADULT W ,
and Miss Wilene C. Dennis; .Naomi Banns, Nancy Ovens, James. Sr. Post Exalted Rulers Council No. 29 Gl the Impro- 23 Friendly
Chorus: Mrs Josie Bell Wllk-! Willie Lockett, Estella Hall, vted Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the World, Chief Friday, May ,
erson and !,Mrs Sadie Butts, Sylvia Johnson, Annie Mae Lists Peace Antler George Worren of Maceo Lodge No. 8, Jacksonville, waspresented Baptist, Rev. B.H. Hartley HIGH SCHOOL. A
Hospitality; II m m ii, Elsie devoe, R. C. Downer and Katie a Fes and Collar by the members of his Council COORSE ,
Sampson,: Fadie M. Terry, Downer worms was recently appointed State Chief Antler by W. 0 St. Paul Ushers

Baptist Program;, Perry, State President. Shown on the photo are, standing, from
I left, are Eustarlo Arenclbla, Walter Johnson, E. B. Davis
Cornel Activities
Mt. Baptist Women In Rev. D.B. Barnes, pastor of and Preston Ruth. Chief Antler Worren is seated Not shown Announces FOR.SMALL' BUSINESSES

Peace Missionary Baptist Is E. J. Norman, past Grand Exalted Ruler, who made the. "Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul
presentation. Norman also serves as District County of the fill hold abuslnesi ENNIOLLYODAY
18 Church announced services AME Church
'Anniversary Sanday May __
First District of Florida."osler .
night. May
.for Sunday, May 1$. meeting Wednesday "
: Sunday School will begin at 21, In the basement of the church Send for your free catalogue
Mt. Baptist Church Fisher and Mrs Gloria Tin will at I .m. Name.
Camel 930 a.m with Mrs. D.B. Laboratories The meeting begin p --
'155* Harrisoa.Street, Rev. dall. Barnes superintendent In All members are urged to be Address >
C.C Daniels, pastor, will At 3:30: p.m. those in charge charge. Mrs Barnes will be ArtistThe ,present and on time Important Telephone-
celebrate Women's DaySunday, will be Mrs Helen Hampton, assisted by her staff and of- Sponsor Well, Known business will be transacted. Registrar 355-9722
May 18,with procr& IS tbrOUCb- Mrs Loretta Henry Mrs ficers. All members of Usher Board

out the day. The morning! service at the MlnhterlallnterfaJtb Patterson, head of the technicalservices No. 2 are asked by the president Applicitioi Dejilini August ,19, 1SSS
Mrs Alice Hunter will speak church will at 11 a.m'' Association of Harlem division, were thereto to be present Sunday, May 18,'
In the morning Mrs. Sandra, with George begin Clark and Deacon presented its 1969 "Reco cW-' tee her accept this acknow- at Simpson Methodist Churchat Call Mon, Tue. Wed., and Fri. 7.30: To 10:00: P M

Tatiun. will speak at UO: p m.! Bronson In charge of devotions. ation Awards" at a dinner In ledgement of her many social 4 p.m The church Is locatedat BOLDEN'S COLLEGE OF MUSIC
the New York Hilton. Present service activities.
Officers for the day are Mrs Rev. Barnes will speak. Kings Road and Cleveland .
Carrie Styles, chairman, Mrs.Daisy At the commniion service, at for the occasion were prominent MIA was, to quote its presi- McKinley Chambers Is president W.20th
1816 STT.EET
Cooper, co-chairman; dent, the Rev James Edward Rev A.C. Chandler is
3:15: p.m., the minister will '
Mrs Edith Howard,secretary. speak from the subject, "He CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 pastor. i
Those on the Music Committee Want a Little Further and Fell
will be Mrs Gussle Gordon,. : On His Face" Choirs No. 1
Mrs. Ellen Tlndale and MrsPrlscUIa .. : and Usher Board No. 1 will .. .. I
Smith, organist. On M;' r'tx3:. serve throughout, day. Mrs '4 t' ., : le ..l&l: j J "y '.7u"': 't :L-)' I I Il{II! C I II\ :,t I.I\\). .,I;..,:5.h ;1\1I i"glib

the flmw*"Committee.will. be i kMty.d'"tnn4Aa"yowl YMt<''l'atel', '.'! RosixLe- tilt ill 14e'ni' IIC II tWito ":11| r.t" i >>. oia4,4 vrwu.lSv (11 annln .uv, ,'. ,I o-, :fh ., .,-. x,44 ."C tee rW 'f I
Mrs.;MutbaSmith, Mrs. Ella., = '''''''lt41:1'1' areA6; Grant;'Mrs MatUe'Polllckand 'T tJ.lII'la1o, "' '" ,.!ifO

Hall{ and Mrs Daisy ,Cooper. i; t1Lm : I Mrs Carrie 'Armstrong, a' _. ......... ... .. ... Mr M..d.. r '
Mrs Renelda Jenkins will be trustees, with H. Brother and
of the Sunday MRS CARRIE STYLES.Gru'ce .
guest superintendent Humbert Grant, chairman are ,
School, which begins at 9:30 headerson': Miss asking all to pay their third .
a.m. Mrs Mary Daniels and .Celeste Newshlrt will read the Sunday quotas.
Mrs. Helen Bennett will be in Scripture. Miss Sarah R. New-: The annual Women's Day

Guest Emma Melton will shirt will lead the p.ayer Miss program will be held Sunday, Ti I Ir
be Reviewer. Guest: Evelyn Dukes will bring the June 22.
teacher will be Mrs Annie L. welcome address. Mrs. Clara The Baby Contest will closeat
,Huff, Mrs Josephine Fields, Brown will give a reading Miss 2:45"'p.m. Mrs. Vlora Jack BELLE PATTERSON:
Mrs Marlnda Tennant, Mrs Diana Crosby will be guest son is sponsoring a trip to the persons who are actively! Beat
Eisle J. Williams, Mrs Car-, soloist. The offering will betaken too Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The working to Improve health,
men M. West will sing The by Miss Renee Jackson, bus will leave the church ,a{ education, housing and employment -
Appreciation will be given by Miss Louise Harold, Yrs.SlYla' Jessie and Van Buren. In the Black comraunli : '.
Mrs. Edith Howard. Chambers, Mrs Clara Mrs Doris Gray, chairman under the auspices of MIA
Mrs Ruby Morris and Mrs Brown, Miss Valerie McClaln of the Women's Day, and Mrs. The beloved Marian Anderson,
Alma Cook will be in charge of and Elisabeth McKennla> Mist; Lily May Finn, co-chairman, who was sponsored by Posne the ;

the eleven o'clochervlce. Yvonne Hampton will give. .the are asking each woman memberto Laboratories, received her /
Mary Alexander and Mrs.Willie Appreciation pay on, the quota listed. award In person. Hamilton / /
Mae Tlsby wll} lead the devotion -' The BTU will convene at S:30' Posner, president of Posner t
*.' Other participant will p.m. Those In charge will be ..... Laboratories, and Bell
be: Mrs M. Daniels, Responsive Mrs Ora Lee Tyson, Mrs heat.
Reading, Mrs Florence Marva Daniels and Mrs Rosella
Brown Scriptures; Mrs. Rosa Cleveland. Mrs. Thelma
'Dennard: Mrs. Hazel Argrett, Thompson of Little Rock Baptist G''ool.tI,
Mistress of Ceremonies; Mrs. Church will be guest president

Rose Cleveland, Welcome Group :apta.\DlwW\ be Women, 44.,18
Address; Mrs Eliiabeth Grant, Mrs Joyce Prince; Men, Mrs : IIINTOWN3M IO.AN ST.
Response; Mrs Edith Howard, Mary Rogers, Young Men,
Announcements; Mrs. Annie B. 'F l o r e r Anderson; Children,
Solo Mrs Mary, Doris Wisher Bible Quit UrsVerdle t.
Slngletary, ; ; SOUTHERN '
Stephens and Mrs Alice Hunter, Steen McCant. W*
Introduction of Speaker.The The guest soloist will be Ola II1HII1I
offering will be taken by Holllmoa The offering will betaken !

Miss Barbara Tyson, Mrs. by Gall Marl Hayes and FRIED CHICKENTREAT
Lottie Copeland, Mrs Lila Ruby Williams The Appreciation -
Mae Edwards, Mrs Tbelma will come from Ora. Lee
Clover Mrs Wllhelmenla: Tyson MILK f

St. Stephen's AIIEC..rc. To !

I A..Hold Annaal Youth, Day 5... ________ .y, dre cif r $

Youth Day will be celebrated' 'Ways and Means Committee will __
at St., Stephen AME Church, meet with Mrs L.G. Genwrlght YOUR FAMILYOR ___
Fifth and Davis,Sunday at 1.30 u chairman At 7:30 p.m. the __
pm class meeting is held Re,.R, GUESTS! __ I
Toe Youth Church will meet V. Webster ask that aU class 1
under the supervision of Mrs.AKamese ., leaders be present. Choir rehearsal TAKE HOMEA
Mcmtosh, May Blake, is held at 7:30: p.m. i
Mrs Willie D. Stephens and .Mrs Daisy Wallace is BUCKET
Kill Mallnda Wilson and Mr. president. :, ki
Wilson Blake Friends Night will be held OF CHICKEN

At 5pm the St. Stephen Sunday, May 26. Members are I
Bowling ,Team will meet at :asked to bring their friends. TONIGHT!

Sherwood Bowling Lane. Attorney John London Arnold ', I a :
Sunday School begins at 9:30 will be the speaker.The ,
am with Dr. A.C. Madry, church nursery Is open, ,HOT-TASTE. TEMPTINGPREPARED ,.
superintendent, and officers m for all Infants and small f)4Y
charge The morning. service i children. The Young Women of 'SPECIALLY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN! 1 ::4

begins at 11 s.m. Allen will meet Monday Bight
Rev R.V. .bsterwUlcleUnr ia the church. Mrs ZenoblaGenwrlght .' ..i
the youth sermon. At 3:30 also is president. Rev. I, ;
the stewards and stewardesses R.V. Webster is pastor. SPECIAL C PC. + A u c

of Board No. 1 will observe Rev. Willie D.Youngwill speak DINNER PAC: f .t
.their anniversary in the main: for anniversary Stewards 1.95 I 5 ; o
auditorium The ACE League and Stewardesses Board No. 1 2 THIGHS, 2 WINGS '
meets at I p.m. at their annual tea at 3:30 p.m. AND 2 DRUMSTICKS
The l Pulpit Aid Board will ,la the auditorium. "
sponsor a waist rally at the Rev. Young is pastor of the '
hone of Mrs Bernice Powell Bethel AME Church of Cal- Individual Parts Also Sold Separately 4'C
14S3 Lee Street, from 4 to I. lahaa. Mrs Marla Collins will ,,,, ", !"j. '
pm.The public 1I1a,1tied.1lr., be in charge- Cornelias Boyd MAKE YOUR OWN, SELECTIONI \
Alberta Ruseas U president.: Is rice chairman of tie r't
A program will be given. Stewards Refreshment win be ;' :; ::, '.' .. i
Gn TngsdJ night at 7 !:!:the l served' .1 :


t t

,. / ... .. ,' 't,, ) ." ie, ,'.. r 11''. !j. ''iLJ.'LA.. .._,,, .; ."I":.J -.!;', .. >.i..J'tl.\. ."\; 'I,*1''" .
..t. W1. kx'.bA. .J 1ioI"'I'' & & r. .. .J.. .. .. 'M M _ --

r r ; ": ';';f: '; ;''; ;';: '- ','r..' ; fi..n ,:. : ll:i ;"""' "' :"'- .- j J ... \ .. .I'+... .I. II \ '" II'' ..... .. r 'TI "' .'!"' """ ...--_........... .. ... v . .. .'r,

: ': ,\

PAW i Sill PAnlS IIIIHIT MAYS 1 11,.\\!Ili, 1 !

Singing And Dancing Groups, Plus "Old Men" (Mid Cancer May 23:. .

**** *** ** *** ** : t

To Slag For Cuter hid Top Stirs Set To Deuce For Cancer '

To Aid Drive

TIM Eateae,. Butler Cancer
land Chapter Eric O.Simpson,
.chairman, announces that all
things are ready for the big
pint, a game which will decide
wlictliei the Arthritic: or the
Itbeumktlci will come out with Fond'i
leading! score at 7 JO p.m. onJUy
M,at Wolf son Park
This special effort, designedto
drive to success the Batter
effort will hare 10 pltyeers on
each (earn,
Among the notables will be:
Al Vise, Ton/Echor, E l e..
Lucas, Leroy Lucas, Allen
Bannister Sam Jones JamesBrlnkley.
Elwood (Homle)
Banks Eugene Lucas, Eric 0,
I Simpson C,A. Willis
1 And: Eddie 51 a lie r, Charles
Parsons, Dr William Toney
t Robert Prater, Jack Young,
: Henry Young Rev, Wesley,
1 a J r Gardner "Nip" Sams and
( Theodore Lawrence.
The Bivens Specials nationally known singers and record00 May I), 7:JO p.m at Wolfson Park. There Is no admission The umpire will be Wilford
Ing artists will appear and the Cancer Society gala sponsored AU are invitedNOtlCE Lyons Jr.
by the Eugene Butler Chapter Eric 0 Simpson Chairman, I Mrs Ethel Bannister,
chairman of the Special Events f''
Division, has announced: that
BUSINESSMENThis Find the game will be followed by a
gala musical featuring the Art
the Goodman Community Choir,'
Gretel and Genie Dancing
strength School Blvens Specials Clef-
page Is dented by the FLORIDA STAR for your tones, Tonettes, Han .-Younc
I Trio Sunrise Female Singers,
life. Bob Smith Dancers Versatiers
Yoi Can Help Fight Caicer II Little Valorle Malbory, lire. : -'
Jacquelyn Smith Davis aad _
,' WorshipTHIS others. Bill Young Marion
+ By Llstlig Yoir Firm As A Collins and Art Goodman are
Sponsor chairmen The Gretel and Gentle Dancing School which presented its eighteenth dance recital recently -
I Strong supporters the effort. will be a part of the Mannoth Cancer D.lveCztravann: at Wolfson Park on May
L are CA. Willis, Theodore 2J.; The picture shows the group receiving a record player for top performance. In the
J:; For $25.00 Oi This, Page Next Week I"..; Lawrence, J.L,Wllllami,Ekes picture are Urs Ruth Parker Mrs Priscllla Jones Mrs Ernestine Cox, Mrp. Emma a
, give' Lucas and Mrs,Jennie C.ocltett' Hlghtower and Mrs Louis D. Gibson,--Photo by A. Paul Crawford ..
.. a supervisor"of .nurses. for the I
t: Mike Checks Fiyible To: occasion: .
special, offeriigit Councilwoman SaD,. Mathls YOU CAN HELP PROTECT YOURSELF I VOLUNTEER
e and Councilwoman Mary I'J
Singleton will, each, strive to J
Ii AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY : Your third pnllher Admittance::team is free.tovletory Those who means of the TO .WORK; i t //i,'

have not contributed will havean I Annual Checkup. AGAINST CANCER
,J. opportunity at Wolf son Park. 1
Sunday Churches, clubs individuals A yearly physical exami- Call 354 6782
have been generous givers for nation is the best defense against cancer. It '
the Fund However the general can lead to detection and Sat.' Hon.
public Is asked to give freely early treatment of ,
11 to fiGHT CANCER order that this year's drive will the disease-and add yean to your life
9' A.M. To.1 P.M..
reach or ,pus.. the goat_ .. ., ,
.. ; .-.,, .... n.. I. -00-- .. ," .... ..
! b 1"" '

; ,,, WhosaysyouVe
{ t '$i.l

:l t5
f '{
:/ healthy? J

: :

I' % 5:<; g.
\:'< '1., Re r y, er
' 1't: i
! i'"lt c.

": BJ':. )

r> ';t,
f ij.

";j. :'1Iii1ti i t: ; IP

, ,
I :..
I'i ,

I. You could have one of cancer's

warning signals ,,, Your
" means

, and not recognize it. '. well.

,But,when yourdoctor
\ '

, ;
1. Unusual bleeding or discharge. ?,'' .. says you'rehealthy

'I',:'' "':2. A.lump, or,thickening In'the breast or elsewhere.. ,
: ; '1 3. A sore that does not heal. v J" ,-t1{; you can be sure.

, ,' : .;:'4, Change in bowel or bladder habits. ,(, :Help

"., .-.;: ,5.'" Hoarseness or cough. '" '/ youiself with 14 -

'-\6:Indigestion or difficulty In swallowing.']': "
, ,
+ ,a ,, o ,checkup.And *
, 'i 4j :\\P, Change in size or color of a wart or. mole. ,,.:.:i I
: 'f", 'I' .. others with a .
.. J .. If one persists tor two weeks see your doctor. !; ',' j :. check. 10 \ .'
: But better still, don't play with life,
I I See your doctor for a checkup once games a year no matter your t how j I:'y :1''t To: Aiericai- Cancer ,Society 't' .

I .' great you feel. help. yourself with a checkup And others. AmericanCancer :.j J..f-I' .{ "I I_ .
t : "
I ; J i;, with" a check. I.*>. ,:: t }\ .' '!' ',' Eigeie Mtler Cupid .. ':

( cte .., .
!J. i" '. .4<- '\ :
American Cancer ." \ '
Society Society t.
; it '
II .' ;l A .kY" :P.O. _lei 599 JacksoiviHe_, Fl.. 32201 .. ': ':N'\;.:+ i II"
'.J'f>I_. :,,". "_\7'.. ,':.,',.j .""i'IKl CO.1bWtC0[.'.1,.i".11. .. .; ;) ,: /:\ '/"'.'.Mrt t 1 I

:" \ ,; ,r' }. ..,I OR CALL I54-C7S2.....FOR. PiCIC.UP SERVICE, .." :. \ { .," .
11.t"r TfIS ; ..r IS IMATEI IT TIE FLIIIIA TAI ,"f IS, :I" :flltlC i JEHICf l e..::,.l.".:. i'. ,. t... '. ".....a&!. '," ',. \ .,' ;"' I'..'::11\:II': !

'. i

I .

"... "" .", .. ...\ "' ... r & ,.. : ; ,' : '!
J d'j': ; ; 'H. '. .' ....., J.; ., (..Lrr

.. '. '. >. '.., .... 't....., .,, "1. ...."t *," .. ; \ If .. ... 4"...y. ''I.,,, ,;,.,. '/' 'I. I J t J"rji-yyy;:T: 17.I "'::--; / +-"+
.. < ,. 1 '"\ '\ ."'-r...1, 1'-' ,1If +'1" .. + r r I 1 r r I I I J 'g ,J > 1 I e II I" ) 1'. I r,' / f I 11 ( I f


r. II

,. .'

/ mi 11, isii mi firm Pm. 7

I. FAMU Suspends PWhite Professors For Indignities And Disrespect

_:EDUCATIONAL lastroctors Uadar Mudito
Influential Exalted Elks

ROUNDUP To Rofraia From Schoolwork
MISFORTUNES IFTT iay TALUHASSEE-Pretidx'nt, Benjamin L. Perry, Jr. of Florida
LAM last weak suspended two white social science professorsfor
USTdtf, La-KPl- Grambllng college has suffered mlsfo.- "unprofessional conduct" following a happening at tilt
tune,'or two different kinds President Ralph W E. Jones Coast Guard recruiting stand on the predominantly-lfegro
rep*** that the ichool U $13-mlUlon In debt Ion oYer- canious
speft&ag And a Grumbling student, John Gee, 19-year-old They were Daniel L Fine and involvement of the school and
foot iU prospect, dropped dead during a warm-up for the Roger CaYalllacb.Prof 1110 r of the military in supp:essing
first sp'log football practice Fine comet from the University the liberation of third world
of Florida. Cavanaugh Is peoples
SCHOLARSHIP TIKE from tilt University of Pitts- According to Dr. Masts
CAMD1::L N. J.(NPI--it's scholarship time In several burgh. charges must be brought against
cities across the nation. Beginning next September, Winston- According to President Perry a university faculty member
Salem (N.C.)State College students interested !In a Journalism the two teachers werelDformdor before dismissal
career will be eligible for annual scholarships of op to $1,000 their suspension and were
from a new fund established! by the Piedmont Publishing Company relieved of duties, inclusive of
White Children Not
fcibUsbers. of the N. J., the Campbell Soup Company attending classes or participating
annotraced the awarding of 12 college scholarships Including in any campus activities.
the kartin Luther King scholarship, to outstanding students They are not under tenure.The Against lafcrsiiflon
amahg the children GIlts employee" In the United States. Meanwhile school term ends June\ 15.Aeerdlng .
49 Ford foundation doctoral fellowships for Black to University
students hare been awarded In an effort to Increase the System Chancellor Robert
number 01'qualified! Black professors. 'Mautt, the U of F maa createda On Black ,MMDSTHOnvWhlte

scene, "threw pamphlets around -' > : children'
"CHILDKEN SHALL LEAD THEN' f and ran screaming from attitudes can be changed If they
NEW YORK-NPI"Stiidents at Intermediate School 49 in the the door.' are presented materials on tilt
Wllliamsburg section of Bro Uyn are showing their parents'' campus police charged the Black man, is the opinion of Dr. t I
,the Way to community' improrement. In their magazine, + suspended teacher with disorderly Rodney Roth, Oakland County, (
Crfc* Society,' the 13-year-olds have exposed such nelghborUttxl < conduct. He wag released ,Mich, curriculum specialist.This .
Ills as dilapidated or empty buildings, filthy streets, on $150 bond and was was reportedinadoctoral
and toandoned cars that never seem to get towed away. But to await a. hearing in tile city\ dissertation the educator wrote '
the Rodents didn't stop there They met with local school, court. at the University of Michigan.Re .
church;'and community officials, who were stirred Into taking FAUU's library was closed reported to drastic change
corrective action. following vandalism because of the presentation of
._r___.,- .. Cavanaugh'i defense was that such material I
SHUFFLING DECK'> ?? Shown Above are member of the Jose H. James, Sr., Post .of the World. These Elks represent the most Influential citizens his actions were aimed to emphasize Black children became more
WASHINGTOti-NPl the Nixon administration just' shuffling Exalted Rulers Council No. 28 and of the Orange Blossom of Jacksonville, Gainesville,St. Augustine, Palatka, Fernandlna and point out the failureof aware of their contributions.
the deck' In Its educational programs affecting Black Past Daughter Rulers Council No. 1 of the Frist District of And Jasper. the Administration to end Dr. Roth said, "It's the combination -
people! Or.will real benefits result frt>m the programmatic Florida in the Improved Benevolent Protective Order of Elks. ,the war and to protest the that does the trick'
changes?-These were the questions asked as it was announced
that the number of children participating in full-year Bead
start 'programs will be increased, but the number lathe Black Man Named
summer programs will be reduced. Read Start is to be moved
from;tile Office ell Economic Opportunity to the Departmentof 100i
Health, Education, and Welfare To Term In' EEOCWASHINGTON.WUUam

Brown, Ill, Black '
was confirmed you
CAIIJL IDGEIIASSr< )--Whites we not the only victims by the Senate's voice ,
of a ttudent uprising at historic Bar ard university. Amongthe .
vote last week the Administration's
as ,
lot erslty officials who were shoved and dragged through '." ,: ....
choice for a term on
the balls was Archie C.EpP8,assistant dean of Har md college, abilliondollars ;" ,
the Equal Employment Opportunity I, ""'"
who la Black The students--who did not best Hate louse violent ;
\ Commission. .
tactic--purported to be aghast at the presence of Reserve 1 .
Brown's accession to the position ..; ,; ,
.Officers Training corps units on camp between followed Senator a vehement I"rt debate It M. to help die cities, : '

Hick! Cflp.tolisn Gill Oil Dlrksen and Senator Edward M ."h "' ,,
I Kennedy Kennedy labelled :.

Work Together For Bi| Lift Dlrksen a' danugogue.' you. learn some tb gs. '! ; ;

BALTIMORE Mi-Black capitalism radio-dispatched trucks. Those NJ Ford Plant
Black entrepreneurship new trucks helped us provide
? better service because of their By .
what want, the establishment larger capacity and greater dependability ; (
I Call it. you
of businesses by This In turn Increased Troubled minds: Back some 18 even greater drive to work together.months .

Negro** works to the benefit business. .Segregation.Dispute, ago, there were a lot of trouIncluding Like h A drive to create, not l Q hate.
of the businessman,the men and It Increased business almost '. ope
,. '. ... toe, ,.. 1f.t,,, III'jj, .J,. t.r. l z L .YJIJb1i U We confirmed a deep feeling.
om_..he.... 4I, .. ,"' ; -" Blart W JttVTh'.J. ; "f.-'I-. '
L F the of the cities needspeoplepeople
.: Gustus said, fat whe.nwe.bought at the Ford Motor Co planthere many m our? nat problem
jR'. the (pinion; of officials the two big trucks lastyear t supported by members of life insurance business,And what Due to the nature of the problem, in government;
I Cj Boffberger: Co. of they would take care of Students for a Democratic Society the life insurance would
heat for of troubled was the cities. companies business, and labor, working together
:Baltimore a fuel oil us a couple years anyhow disrupted activities and everyone
:subsidiary\ of the Gulf Oil Co..- Since men we have had to- demanded equal union rep-e- There was poverty and frustration need the closest cooperation of government -to help solve it. And we discoveredand
j U S., and tile 30 black resellers buy the third one. Now we're sentatlon with whites iudanend and much ugliness all the and responsible !leaders of weren'f. alone other businesses
they fork with in the city.f just planning to grow with thegallonage to bias at the plant. decay we trying ;
f AtoBller buys fuel oil from a --a 20 percent increase. This Ma/-Day; event was way around. !the community. And they re getting were making special efforts.,
:supplied! then sells and delivers ." touched off by a group called In that atmosphere,when there it.With the result that the billion is The life insurance companies are
'it ,businesses the United Black B.others, a
Home owners
t q
':and piker customers. In tome Resurrection City gro>T 'T-nal 'Vast fall was precious little hope anyplace, a now almost completely re-learning a basic truth. Let everyonelot

!'gases resellers may buy from The protest! was termed type of companies from our business What we learned, was people. do what he does best.We ourselvesgot
'.even companies, but most! ofRoffberger's Almost Liquidated of militancy B was rumoredthat .
: resellers are, a Black worker was orderedout together,to do something about it. By our very involvement in the know investment in housing and

!branded, meaning they sell only WASHINGTON: The debt, still supervisor's office when To give it a try.You can't ride out the core areas, we'of the life insurance enterprise. Local planners, developers -.
;high 1 duality Gulf Solar Heat on the boob, for ResurrectionCity be asked Instructions.' and downs of business without a business found ourselves lot ers and agencies know their communities
burners,tak- The UAW organized a committee getting a
;and Gulf Ecooojet is less then the original., : : .
line: advantage of advertising, Most of the money has been paid to Investigate. 1 certain inherent strain of optimism. closer to where people live. ancfknow their needs. ,
|sales promotion and other aids t However, a bill is now before Black absenteeism for ed the The life insurance business decided We found that all the talk Our business has learned that its
prodded by Hoffberger. J II U c e Department for the closing of tbe night shift. Ford despite
C Some of,these M independent \collection of the balance. An executives daClne the protestas ,to invest a billion dollars worth of backlash and Blacklash,'there's an hope was justified.
,jMslnessmen began their car amount $5,000, posted by Dr. an "Isolated" case and point of loan funds in the city core areas.' Sure, minds are still troubled
eels with an investment of only Abernathyattbetlmetbepermit\ with pride to the liberal attitude -
a. few'trandred dollars-.enough < was issued, isbeingbeldbytbe of the company over a Money that would create more jobs.. today"The.situation won't"just go.

to buy i used tank truck. Then, (Il(department period of years More housing. Hopefully, more hope. away. But..,

after ioll burner classroom service Instruction and Indlvl in And we made a public pledge of > The life insurance business

dual help in business practice this investment. f has so much hope that it's taking

id salesmanship they west by Boffbergeirsonnel to work You may say, this was just another step

og up their own customer -r' business as usual. ,1 f A second billion.

making deliveries. \ Because historically, life insurance A second billion devoted to the
successful oftese
hae of Ute most
.r new 'companies-.most companies invest in housing and in vM same aims. .

founded,/vithln the last flvyiarsls I COLONIAL enterprise that makes J jobs.? While knowing that it doesn't

!that of James L -1 405 FIRST FEDERALBUILDING But this was different.! ,'' nearly fill the whok need, the life .
Grist e>, Sr:, and his son, Y
RndobtQ who founded tile CAM 'BIlUl This was a new and special case Insurance business regards this, like
JOtt C%> Just about five years MflOFrrjuu RSti1" of investment. billion in
the first investment
fagd with $500. With that sum ;TOME WITH as an
j:the*.bought a US2 model truck [ BURGLAR/ BARS, It went to an area-the inner s : its own future. .

J g and In began their to,first sell. year, the I -ft :;Ij DOORS AND GATES cities-where capital was not readily wf Isn't it your future, too?

i GusttMS delivered about 200, FINANCING available on reasonable terms,because "r.q If you would like some suggestions -

!*000 gallon*.,This year they sold CALL SM-85Z'l.uT of risk and location. Our busi'i' ( /'7 ...... ""? 1 on what you can do, write for

!and moil will{tom probably.that in sell January more alone than ness felt this special commitment was"'f 'f': '''r ; ; the booklet "The cities..your

a alpine gallons in all of 1969B \ ..Irr.:.......".............Illts essentialAfter I/ M t /" ;" challenge too!'
first aged truck, f,, ,'' ''
From that all business i is <
: :
,our totallY'
3 they bob nave two 1.800 gallon : m 'IMI IITE TlII"1t inn TI ts
419UntftfeI tracks ; bound up with the health and safety" Institute of Life Insuranceof ..

1 Gtl employs three full-time office 1: LOW PRICEta people. And pcoplq live inthe'W. On behalf of the life insurance,
drivers and put-time i
Barkers, James Gostus manages cities.! You could say people arc the ,K ; pup f. 'companies in America "
the office and Redy handles cities. 'p 277 Park Avenue ::
burner service and an occasional : DRUG STORE NEEDS | If those cities crumhle people arc
delivery Oil is now one .' > : New. York,..,N.Y.10017. :-:
.of tilt three largest black re- .. k'oin>{tocrumblcanil business ours, / f ':::

aeilerscoaqeetedwith : I 'anyone's- is:< :ipt to crumble 'Y' : :;
Hotfbercer, along w1llfC.1II1'I1 trade with Your Nelghboi hood Drug Store.WE WILL MEET I
Ice A Feel Co. and Gemhayes :ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver.* right along with them. k '. y :;t

.:Churches are also good basl.nesi J.We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. 1 I Inn businesslike,way, bur business -? ::
for the Gustuses;"I think
we supply more churches. with was investing in its own utllf.. .' ,,,,,; d"y'

beating Li oil than any ether'! Rudy company 1 Dixie ..' \{! : p 1
Pharmacy s't1t
; ,Baltimore. [: .
j ) 11i .
GuttsV.,said.","We ,worship atuany4rf 1 j .__ v 1
the churches we service : "i .1,1'1'' \ I ; 4) ,
tad tie. sainlsters tatrodncia 8 .1:" o > ,. A M'I.I""r\'k'| | :acrntrr>:runrr BcdforJ--
t 14 tbtir congregations. Ills 1M2. HISS IIIIII- IITITlf : : f'' 4I,. ji, k ,*MII, )'\"i";,ml.Ix-inj:\\f>w\t\ with mortice;
meet nor potential 0 -p ; '
> also helps. M vs tnlln"\'I 1 provuleJ; 1 h>' ilw life inuranctfimvMmrni ; r
Customers who ass fed : ritH35j.ty7 I ', ./ ,\ x
.t '
) r A Ono l 'frr't''ti\
every.the tenants Sunday. of morrlag.AM oar company.'!. ; Ml Till IIMT, IITEI AM : > 1'(1;, < 1\. It.. <" A 4 !in227tnk. *. .;:r.'t {;' .'

: erflee7 "1111I''tor we IlllS''IT, 8 ,..**, f'l .', .' ,:; I ;
Imp ow eut ers with us.We :'!"1 .f" ,\.: .. .'\.
provide 44our, turner ser ........ .....Up...*/ os 1'oiJ.JI' 'IJfA.. .\ ,}, I
viol, deliver promptl"lIIduM1 fu'i: : r :
.' 9t\J. : ,
1 ':."' : t ,,'
,t .
j .1';," / .. j" i" :'. 'h.... .' ." I', fr4,
,. j .f( 1 w .. ,.' ,, ,, ,I.
: ;
. .. 1' <4 t> '.,; Jtf..bJ' 1. ,,, .oo4'a. I -- "- .- / '
___ .A" --- -- -

1 V Y W,; ';" '," ."H"t'' .y w w" '7 n. '' y' _W .- n .. L I. '

| : : I' f : I


Ii i .- :'the nh.QW" to meal! "$mm- and creative M. ,Mry- fl : I


f U with Q r "
?,' y '. .f :
by Mary Reynolds QCklneu

__ Cook Quickly si
The Chinese from the dawn
l of civilization i have known that
1 the real fun with food ie in
the eating, not in hours spentat
cooking. The Oriental: cook
spends her time creatively Conceiving
!. delicate delights for the
I family, and then quirk-cooking : jji-
II all of her foods _
II I Oriental cooking It to appropriate V. k 1ry
to our fast modern life
I that more than 60% of Ameri.
can families now eat Chinese
food. The creative Americancook
i carefully selects canned i ip
Oriental ingredients for the

Ile Chinese prepare, dishes then add she her plans own to -J t + b YORK (iED-Tradilion, ham ha hugged: the; ,ncr
I personal touches with pretty table In Spring. Nothing look quite so festive u II who: m.
garnishes' and: tasty sidediehes.r. garnished and clove-studJed. gracing the tab I". Yet, l tifetah
I >. it', a treat- it'. ula tyt the same !kind of ham kmokcd! li
year, for u new slant I on the lame old subjcu. why not take Life,
Magazine1 suggestion u. show in their April 4th IV>ULIron,

Dessert on be prepared In I jiffy when you start withreadytoserve t r. "ham. of fashion for so long that cUma art
Fresh hum has been: out
Tip-Top golden pound cake Simple Ingredientsout
this luw.iuu disfc
of your cupboard can be your "magic wand" to create this ( many of your guests! may have never eaten ,
re delicate
delectable,Tip-Topping Cake in I matter of minutea.TIPTOPPING looks like roast pork and has the same sweet flawy. '
rFamilies skin that should be.
CAKE a it's jot extra bonus-the crisp crackling '
served with each portion.
1 Tip-Top golden pound cak.lo.t s One of the original problem* of fresh ham was us fol :s.. ;
i But now. leaner than it used to be for modern wcighl-c0i US)
6 tablespoons butter, H dick '
V cup light brown! augar, firmly I with children may. families' fresh ham is having it re urllen e. Here how to ma 0 :,.
packed want to add extra fun to a Root Fresh Ham '
W grated lemon rind Chinese meal at home by providing '
f M teaspoon aromatic bitten chopsticks for all to try. t H fresh hum, S-7 Ib'. serves eight
,1 cup flaked coconut, 3-W os. Dishes In Dlvlder-Paks The rind or skin should be left on the ham, and
package, or Sledded fresh The divider.pak can, a concept scored in a diamond pattern. Ask your butcher
Cut cake Into eight dices and pUce on cookie inset.Place under developed bv Chun King do it for you. If you must do it yourself use your t ,
broiler until golden brown, about 2 minutea from Foods, keeps Chinese vegetables sharpest knife and cut clear through the skin ri ht %.
broiler and turn untoested ride up. Meanwhile melt butter In crisp in one can and a down to the meat. Preheat the oven to 325, Plave
saucepan over low beat; do not let brown. Remove from heat subtly spiced meat seafood or Roast
and stir in Kmaiiiing Ingredlenta Divide mixture onto tops of poultry sauce separate in '' the ham on a rack in a large roasting pan.
cake dices Return to broiler for about 2 minutes, or until tops. another can. Both are simply t uncovered, allowing 40 minutes to the pound. Remove
pee golden.Serve Immediately Yield: 8 servings. combined ing and heated at. aery- front the oven and let it stand ut room' tcm
: perature for 20 minutes before serving.

time.'E As recommended in the Great Dinners section of life: Maga
zine' April 4th I issue, fresh ham needs un inlerestingmenu!! to
GEwot D' complement it.' And their suggested: onion-cheese tilrt. for1 ui>
'AVE. B .STOKE uppciucr is easy to make und really u treut. 't I hen: accompany!
; JACKSONVILLEEACH the hum with a compote of warm spiced fruit und port creamed
$ STORE spinach und new potatoes with herb Finish oil with a cold
Tiny meat balls prepared vine u an Ingredient mate this a special oiso. lemon soullle with wine sauce und )ou'll be labeled gourmet by
: MAR I ML. TO Serve this meal and gravy plate with your favorite green vegetable and a cold salad. The )our frieRl!'. *
i SUPER people at your house will love It.--Courtesy of Instant Sank Brand Coffee. This year, give fresh' hum u chance. Its sure 'lo be the' hitor
9 A.M. the dinner table. ZC'elebrqte

i .t SundiY Keep Your Cool But Your, Meal- HotNo -

'need"to"worry about / International pickle Week
GRADE A SLICED spoiled dinners if company is
delayed or your husband is
I late from work. Completeoven CHICK PEA SALAD
BEEF meals can be cooked (Makes 4 servings
BACON5f LIVER and then held at serving 6 ounces chorizo (Spanish W cup sliced sweet gherkins,
temperature for as long ss lauiage) U cup sweet pickle liquid
three hours, thanks to new Water ,Vi teaspoon salt
Cook & Hold timer on t can (1 pound 4 ouncei) Dash pepper 04
Philco-Ford electric ranges chlck-peai, drained 1 tablespoon wine vinegar
r" ".,., ,39 "Cook & Hold" should be, aa 1 small onion, chopped Canned pimiento '>
1 f' "
; ..., I 'f" used on foods that normally d Cover sausage with water In skillet; bring to a 1 boll
I "',... ........ t, ;- 0' "It : .require at'time least'..beforethe one hhourCooking } !l Simmer 'S \*>ll>\u*.Mthen drain. Slice ryj Q I\ r' ': 'Y" "Hold"period.Shown ) rIu" 'WlUettifcnM I on paper" towels. .Corhftln f ausbe11 *
-Lit',' w' peas onion gherkins, pickle liquid, salt, pepper ,and
is complete oven vinegar. ;; Mix lightly and chill. Garnish with pimiento,
meal of Swiss steak, Yale Or use Italian sausage.
1 .., beets, surprise potatoes and
open peach pie prepared by
U.S. COOD'NECKBONES. the company's home

III STEAK economists. Kept at serving
,1Jt25 I temperature by Cook & Hold
automatic timer, the meal is
9St ready to tempt late-ardving SHOP 'L3.
LB.SMALL guests. SWISS STEAK HAMS 5vSjper.tUght" 3

;'- 'FRESH E,_G 4Z, FIAPIDA GRADE A 373F, 1 hour jr '
1ft lb. shoulder steak
EGGS't (1%( inch thick)
Western Beef Full
ft cup all-purpose flour CutCHUCKROAST
:) '< : } salt and pepper

,, < \, 2 tablespoons shortening A
'f>- 1 green pepper, sliced ;;I: i Done 59Rlgtr .
25' 3 'onions, sliced '
( h"'y Y:;. ""4wrtrt( ".. \" 1 DOE, IN CNT 3 cups of tomato juice LB,
'JJil' 2 teaspoons sugar\f:., 1 teaspoon chili powder

Pound flour into steak, .:'Super. Beef KIBROAST
sprinkle with salt and pepper. '
Brown in shortening In "
skillet. Place in casserole and The that
SHORTENING layer sliced onions and green store "" "
pepper over steak. Mix
tomato juice, sugar, and chili cares about you! LB

powder and pour over onions i .
\ and green pepper. Cover and
,. 25 : bake.
1/E J' ;
, tZ' CAN YALE BEETS AnnPagaMiyoMiise Sp-jcial yaluet I I

e CAN 2 cups sliced or whole beets Qt. A.Q'l f J
emeus M cup sugar .
2 tablespoons flour Jar
FRUIT DRINKSALL \Vi teaspoon salt / t'
\M cup orange juice
: FAVORS L4 J 1 tablespoon lemon juice Ann Page ELDOW Macaroni or Reg. t Thin 1

I :4-40; OZ. CAN 97 .+ I 2 Place tablespoons beets butter in casserole. s.iii I etti i 2 43
Mix :
sugar, Hour, salt, orange .,
Juice, and lemon
: juice
Y 'Y I 1 together and pour over beets. Jane. Parker Witter m'lkBREAD .
YELLOWONIONS Dot with butter.,Cover and
I: t .bake

(' 3LB.25{ LIMIT 1 WITH $S OK 4 lo 6 potatoes iSC .
DEL MONTE" I 'r potatoes' rol'l in incited v :

FRUIT COCKTAIL ;. a I ;corn butter flake then cracker Sprinkle or DRINKS '10-98*

I I II with paprika and salt. Place incase : -
,::1' 1303 CAN 25$ role. Cover and bake. .
I GT. PKG. :. I II
One (1) H Inch unbaked pastry
--- t
shell Washington State WuiesapAPPLES
w I cup sugar
Vi cup flour
\14 cup butter 19 FIiiQ
6 peach halves, fresh or
canned (drained) ( LB

(rumh together the; Sugar :
y. BLUE PLATE flour and butter Sprinkle "
hall of mixture over l hClttoln ,Fresh Tender Yellow4: ; :i-0 t : "
Ir of pastry shell. Place: peaches:
cut side down on crumbs.:
t,' .' 81ue Plate Sprinkle remaining crumbs on 'SQUASH 19 ; ':
r ditssln" a "" LIMIT I WITH $5 Oft :l o l p tor,. peaches. ll.ikeuncovered. ; 3b% ;


,f W'v"1 Fresh, Firm Salad a '
> 7 .

t : JAQ TomatoesI.ic 29L : 1



J' i .

', '" . r,1' : : : .,... "" ....... + aFN,'s

............. _, - - .......- III'. "'11I11I'.I. .. !! "..." . .f"l'll.: ...... --I""' '. i, .

J.w.: I i iI I

MIT 17, ISM 'siu rmts mi i I

nnn.n' ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

:y ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .
.. fEMiffiNEc&&

I... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .

Try a M/ni-F/esfa/

,. ,
A Housewife's Refrigerator Is a : a3 X .r ; y tF > :fR4 r tk Happiness Delicious

I 1

A Good Dinner "'Y I

Happiness II the inviting aromas than the same amount of meat,
of your kitchen, the family eagerly cooked alone, In addition,the meat
asking "Whan for dinner?",and makes the otherwise bland macaronivery
finally,a food meal for all to enjoy lusty Leurn how to use nee x
The smart shopper knows that this way or even potatoes I
whut the buys can make her meals Serve plunned-overs rather
drab or delicious, laity or tasteless than leftovers. The change of mime 4 r
and most important within her bud means thul )'ou've planned toI.. t
get or notlToday leftover meal plus rice plus left-
wilt buying it becoming over vegetables In a delicious can.serole. -
more and more Important. Be a bet hoods that might have gone J911r
ter shopper and you will be a bet- to waste can be combined. into a # 'Th ;'
ter cook. Betty Brownell, homeeeonomiat family favorite ( k .saes wk.. AaY
.1] for the National Associar.: Busy mothers and working wives
tion of Food Chains, suggetn 12 must adjust their time schedules to t Simple to prepare, with I south-of the border difference,
r ,
Mariachi Punch li ideal with Mexican delicacies
to and still set
ways save money their meal planning und cooking.
a better meal before your family. With u little practice Mopping inn 1Ir,;.. The appetites of correspondents who have sampled the best
Her dozen ideas save you time and supermarket can be an interesting Mo particular expertise It required for making the d llclous all over the world were whetted by a special punch and
money! and money-saving adventureA Parker Rouse Rolls shown In the picture above They are hors-d'oeurves served before a Mexican Fiesta Dinner at the
Get the shopping list habit better shopper becomes better prepared by the no-dUsolve RapldmU method Their distinctive Overseas Press Club in New York
Keep paper and pencil handy in the cook who knows that happiness is shape li mach by cutting rounds of and
kitchen and write things down as dough folding The tequila punch was Mariachi, especially created for the
you run out of them. You might a good dinner them In bait like pocketbooks Hence, the name "Pocketbo beverage-sophisticated guests This was accompanied by guacamole -
even save yourself an extra trip to .***** oils" See recipe elsewhere on page. ,a popular Mexican dip, and little meat balls.

the. storePlan meals in advance Use
newspaper ads to give )'ouldell and
tell you what on sale or special: mss aeh/dw1
GRANADA will h S A V f
this week. If ground beef is on the [ Our/na' It"nest rtPII".lh II w/esa time/ T
hit, you might decide to serve spa- '
,lICIt! one night and meat loaf a SAUCER DINNER PLATt 29e .". -
.. .. ..,' .- few nights later The meat loaf ...;.....* DUSUT DIIN C t 1', "t III it 1
could include leftover vegetablesthat 29t ,
"> :\;, l
,,. r shouldn't be wasted Write KM uucu. l
e++Ke o ?T 291Ml :::- -a '. l
::2' :!C! down your menu plan but change i !;
General Electric has mad it possible for Ur. and llri to if you find a better buy' '!! .29e ,<-, .P29e .,'.
get Ice for that warm weather thirst without having to run rar ir./i..n" --"- : . .
., l!
( MM Ln X nnclvi/ .. ; i
hot water over the let pans In order to get a few cubes The MeItlntawee '
rll M N.IrrM, 1/I lYa 2ss. rta M/h {! In : ::/ '' .... ..; LMtn
:refrigerator Is one, ready in January of this rear, that auto taletlP eY/C1w1N in Yn Ih Mn11N... M.OnOMc/N MIoi ... / 'imsx"' tfmwM Ie /.

e MxnN
/ r/m f{
matlcaUjr delivers Ice cubes or chilled water at a touch. You pt Elwt"/MMM. Mrc wr/N1 fM' la aft ..""" >........,..... '
:' ,/ ItarrwtNW./lUrww. tar tataN 000 5TO'-\\ .
merely press your glass against a cradle trigger the action. N
One :Cutlet Is for water, the other for Ice They can be used
,together or at the same time The refrigerator rolls out on LAND O' SUNSHINE "'"".__MA.I:' !
wMels for cleaning or redecorating It Is In colors or white
and Is 66 Inches high An Identical model without the dispenser EVAP. MILK 7lK.HUiWNinneoiiwtnaAUOW
'or the door but with the automatic Icerauter; is also on the QUARTERS .
l"' '-'{N ta nrnnt\f-iTiimiu"

market. JJJIGENT49<

.. Visit your favorite super B01 .L II-M.
GtWo1wori1., market In the morning or early f DRINKS
afternoon The store will be leu oo
the fax plarE b shop... crowded and 'ou'll be able to take =.: : ,MNtna Lb a<*..mtooo'S i ,
] '
us much lime at you need to read
labels! look for specials and decideon
'DIINTOWN STOIE-3IJ IOMN ST. your family's food. .Take your M*M/l tm 1MMT MM IMIIlrf ..r/n wKNNT'nA.11 CORN FLAKES 15
list and your menus Plan to shop .
with a friend and visit at the.same Pears 3/l. Baby Food V ea.Aero.Iwrl.a. .wr.w..we4edaoa./
PHilODENDRON lime* : .. .. .. .
:::: :
'l Look for the. specials: thai
were not in the newspapen.1 be KSEpi/li. BaHTfood.' 10 SiSSS..lpXX! '
SELLOUMOUR, 141 1 'uipernurkels, decide1 ui\:rmve fan : ...
: extra "sale" and lucky customers ; '

will plan save right money then and Change there your menu, Tea Bags..!.. .. 39 BSZZiaW: MAY, NA I S E 39

,,. Be sure you've planned meals ltai1/lE 5 Aea tow N.
lCIHClUNOf TN1 sea
;, BEAUTIFUL Children that are pretty(and as adults well)as should nutritious.have Tuna Fish 3/$1. Napkins 29' BEER : 99* .

-% TROPICAL foods from the basic four groups ... e.. a . . .
every day Meat (and that group M.ttN ter eNearr teAUro l lr.h AAROW NIAYy.vrsSauce..5$1.
DEEP GLOSSY GREEN includes poultry and fish), Milk
SPLIT LEAVES Fruits and Vegetable and Breads Alum. Foil ... 49 SUNNY AND TENDER
and Cereals are the groups to remember N.IN tot nNM NAN eauresesa
\ GROWS INDOORS OR ,For eye.appeal,make your
OUTDOORS ABOVE dinners colorful. A green vegetable Tomatoes 6/l Charcoal 20 ::;. 89Qu <
does more for mashed potatoes and
FREEZING meat loaf than colorless sauerkraut Hyl.Hhl.IUMn <. MM GoN All WNk T/wndy. tfm W/d.WsMy.Mri 1, SmokedGOLDEN .
Use macaroni products and USDA CHOICE, W.D SAND CORN MO IZ CAlVI'
renatrl others which will make your food
further. A,macaroni: dish, for
: example with a small amount RIB ROAST 99
meat added will serve more peoplePREESINTHBASARE



11 . .
:: t

/: d UID4 easel USDA W.MAMO tone CHOICE N. BEEF

; :: CORN 10 Sh'Id.Steak98'J1

29 COFFEE .f:: 59 /l \ ana canoe W-e HAN>COIN Ne IONIUM ouun'Delmonicos

DRIP........... .$Tw.


FOOD PURCHASESPLAIN a.a.N.IT.uow Beef Ribs 59*

< .
> W4IMN..O/N.ewetan
.. .
...,. (

IACON LB .5'$, SELF RSING ; ( APPLES.:... 4 ::a 69 RHUBARB 21s', 39< Beef Stew t 39*
iRL' 5LS'.49 Mb Mt,_TIHM ,.... ,


POTATOES 10-::, 59( POfATOES20.: 99 1tow.-.SUNS All MAT SIIW MAll
WITH rooD PURCHASE ..... 11/49 .. .. : 2/79
LUll 1
e I, SUGAR GREEN BLACK EYErt L I.XT A1sw A 1 .EXTRA rA C.Af1YfTAAVf 1 ryr caN aTANV! $

fI lit 'UUIT 1 PLEASE WITH PEAS La.2' a.1.Ir.1 Hew, C.Oh.Cw.w.. ../r.N.. Orleil GALLONS I.
& OR MORE 1p1 rrM taw N e Inc Mw new N.I/ t..t Y rN e/ . .
:I' FOOD aeon cmcnwe,sue,sa a1Mnn
dl c.l w[ n1 c.uN STAMP eaess aTnn o.s.a no.Yps
.I!! r' l' Meat Dinners.uin
9 Ins rat star N.,1 i oM arw r. 1 saw w.t/ MAPerch
'of' /Ifr.N
1 LB. ej
'r"- -
: I Dinners
asw alAMf .w sates(TAMS Iw waN tTAMS ; I I 1 wrdepN>< Ae f
WITH FOOD w w w C je.j'e A.Lw f SeanWNl i1t
/ .
fw/a .
PURCHASE : t 'nww N.11 .Mr N.1/ e. rw N.eI Cream
49 errs wlrr r.el I er" N
: 1 r

'j cP.

ARE:VoU LIKE MANY OTHERS,: ntJ/tJU'TO TALK TO THE BUTCHER ABOUT Prices Good All Weet.Thur Pies..389't'


1I' 1\\

y48, b. ,. .'
I ) .... ... ::.i,, ;' ......t .,u, .. ,. .{,;i' ',-' I. .. f47( ..,'i" : .>I .,. ,.. ,t.ti
"'-. ;.t.aYa.51.1.. F ,( t.... i U. 4 ;\wt..M'..d.!. .+...,.: tfi s .I}a.. .

.. .'Y'v,...........aI ....... ... .....................,............ ....... .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .' .," .. .. ... ...... ................. .............__.................,_....-.v... .,.r..." ..."... .. ........... ................-..._... ............_........_...........,.....___......... ..., ....... ..- .- .
-- "1"" .

I .


PACE 11 MI Firm UTIIMT, mi 11 m.

r White Medical Schools "Pull Hair" Trying To .End Black Potentials : .

:Scholarships Lowering Of

Regulations, Part Of Chase President Nixon Aid Stevie Wonder [World News Digest !

Whole medial college and schools of medicine want more,

almoit crying tor more, Black nrolleei.
In fact, they are BAHAMIAN APPOINTED 1

The need Is peat and urgent. XEW -( PI)--Alfred Williams,a four-year-member of toe

There is an opportunity for the are instructingonlyonepercent .dt'tl' rtiJs.r 'screen Actors guild and a native of Nassau, Bahamas bad been,
rf Blacks. .
interested and qualified Black + appointed office manager of the local guild branch. An alumnus
The same is true of Leland
student. of Pare allege, who planned on.a dentistry career. Williams
Stanford and of Johns Hopkins.
Schools are offering financial switched to business administration courses at Henry George,
assistance, through scholarships Dr. W1Ulam Crerar of Stanford School of Social Science, and Joined the guild as an accountant.
and loans. Some otter said that every effort will be

made to help and that every .
help scholastically, those who TREK TO CITIESLDSA10UtPrParaphrasing
are deficient because of their consideration most be given the } the popular World War 1 ditty,
eager, earnest, but sometimes,
earlier training. Zambia Is having difficulty Ia keeping its young folk lit the
The majority are lowering disadvantaged men and women vintages after they have bad a taste of city life Hordes of
enrichment who want to be Black doctors.Dr .
standards. Others offer the
swarming to hastily erected shantytowns on
youth are
Robert H. Ebert Harvard
programs cities In hopes o making their mark In
edge of the major ,
Medical School dean that
Schools are no longer waiting. Zamblan a airs. With the heavy In l hut.howeverhas overcrowding -
They are asking colleges must get away tom schools Increased unemployment and athost o
Statistics at the moment are their apathy,cultural difference li liM o 1 .
rather discouraging At the University and economic deprivations and r other problems.

of Pennsyl anla there must convince Blacks of their NOT SIMULTANEOUSLY 't

are only five Blacks among 500 bright futures In medicine. KARACHI Pakistan-NPQ--Tbe simultaneous, In Pakistan and

students. The University 1 of Britain, publication of the book. "The Myth of Independence,"

Teas number four among 589 Suggests Black written by Pakistan's former Foreign Minister, ZuUfquar All

students. Duke University Bhutto, by the Oxford University Press failed to come off last

numbers three In the medical Militants As Police week. The book appeared in Britain, but because of the abdication -
.student body of 330.The medical

colleges of the State of Michigan of Ayud Khan as premier, publication being withheld;

Meet LecturersST. pending a decision of the new government. Bhutto's bwk advocates -

Secretary Of the dissolution of the Commonwealth, and his c ua\ry's
LOUlg- lack militants withdrawal from CENTO and SEATO \V: .
should make good lecturers for

Defense Against Bias police academies, according to' INCIDENTS .,I

WASHINGTON Secretary of Deputy Attorney General WOLVERHAMTON, EngIand-NPQ--The( Integrated protestagainst
Richard G. Kleindlenst. the antics of Britain's colorptoMc Emm
Defense Melvin R. Laird said segregationist
last week that there will be a The official spoke at a \ >Powell, sponsored by the Socialist Unity,later natlonalSoclallsts,

strong effort made to eliminateany Community Relations conference f" International Marxists, and the Communist party, went, off

type ofblas within the Armed here. He felt such a more STEVIE WONDER, ((2nd right), the Motown soul singer is White House Rose Garden ceremony was Stevle'c Mother, without a hitch last week. Some 700 marchers, 40 per cent of

Forces might help In deci easing tension congratulated by President M. Nixon after receiving a Distinguish Mrs Lull Hardway (center), of Detroit, Also accompanying whom were Indiana from labor organltations, participated/

The Secretary; in directive between races and armed resistance Service Award from the President's Committee on Stevle.. Junius Griffin (right), of Motown Records. the four-mile protest march, bearing such slogans as "Black

tothearmedforces.haswrltten, slums.! to police In Black Employment of the Handicap. Avery proud observer at the ,andtnlte unite and fight,,"and"Hitler yesterday, Powell toda,.'
--- --- ---
''We must not permit the irre-
Just as the shooting of police EDUCATION-MINDED
le antes of race and color,nor officers In Cleveland raised the Black Man Named Principal Of
any other factor, to divide and Honored MaABANEN0--Swaziland Is out to Improve both Its educa-
blood of police over
weaken us." tic sal and alP'lc11lturalltand1np. Last week It announced a $25.2
\ Be urged the elimination of the country on ,Black the unprovokedassault Panthers in White School In Clearwater ., million three-year plan better the education and arm programs

any kind of divislveness.! o ered Its 400,000 citizens The southern African kingdom won
New York by off-duty police'In s wr, independence! last 6.Janes 1\ .
Much remains to be done" 1 from Britain Sept.
courthouse CLEA3WATER A Black Man Leonard Summers
a New York City : has been ,
satdthe administrator. enraged black men across the appointed to the prlnclpalshlp of the all-white Forest Hills

Pentagon figures showed that country," he said. Elementary school, ace ordlng to the Pinellas County School Forum Nails Black
Blacks In
there not
are 312,619 '
Law abiding rests on 'Re Board.

the armed' forces, representing cognition on the part of police Summers, one of two Blacks on the administrative staff of the Demueds To Church Doers"
91 per cent of all uniformed and citizen alike that dramaticnew school will begin In his new trea In the fall. He will replace .
personnel There are 68,036 be made to Principal George Blanton who indicated that he '
moves must wanted a changeand NEW YORKi-Beyard Health, thai Forman's Invasion
Blacks in Vietnam, making 10.1 up ,develop cooperative relation- wanted later to head another school. internationally known civil s mitigates against the success
to information
according cent of the Black ships and mutual trust: Deputy School Sulerintendent Gus Sakkls and Personnel DIr- ,rights leader, saidrecentlythat. Implementation of the program -
per the war one, manpowerIn Kleindlenst concluded. ector Don Magruder stressed that there are not connections James Forman and his spec- for Blacks. He said that

with desegregation suits or problems. tular nailing of the demands" the Manfesto, approved in
Dr. Sakkls said "He will be the first Black principal of a m.c:: : on the door of the Riverside Detroit by the newly created

MADAM BESSI white school, and i do not anticipate that he will be the only one :rs r.r... Church in New York, which Black Economic Development

in ensuing years. ... :01'.3lr. demands urge $500,000,000 In conference for $15 for each
She will read your entire life-past,present and I The NAACP bad lodged complaints that Blacks were not being \\ 1'1 -- reparations to the Black Race, Black In the Unlted&tates Jd

future. She asks no questions but will tell you I gl en fair consideration in placements and that Blacks have not Il __..r FJt Is simply "preposterous. not help In the least. Be suggested -
vhat you want to know, giving dates and facts oft I IKislness been upped in county administrative posts. tt' .:.. Rustln said, Forman may urging the churches to
love health and family affairs. Will! Summers is an employee with 15 seniority He is
years now 15 TEARS FOR DAN KEAN AT GULF-Danlel Gardner Kean want somebody to give him lobby against the continuance
kelp find lost art. Tells you whom you will] county supervisor of evaluation for federal aid order but
you programs something, the a,1'II'N.1P'0) of poverty, in Washington.
( ) Senior Public Relations for the Gulf
right Representatives
I marry and when. It the one you love is true, what, the Elementary and Second Education Act He was, last spring Oil his 15 service award form ( ) is not a hustler. What Foi man, former SNCC head,

to do to be successful.Will reunite the'separated,...; acting principal of the Glenoak Elementary School St.Pete. Gulf Corporation Public Relations, accepts Director Craig year Thompson in a ceremony -' he is doing is hustling, begg said the Detroit con,cation decided -
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause : "
log to establish such
in Mr. Kean's Pittsburgh office. Member of a prominent a
happiness, between man and wife. Helps make Forman's Black Manifestowas
Tells If sickness and bad Louisville, Ky.,- family and holder of both Bachelor of Arts challenge because of practiced
lovers' quarrels.
up PO3tt thereforevehementlypro- exploitation of Blacks in church.
and Master of Arts degrees mathematics form the University
luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil tested the Influential Rustin.
influence. DoK not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One of Michigan, Mr. Kean Joined Gulf in pill, 1954, following a Rustin the Therefore, according to
organnd sensational Forman
career of teaching sociology and mathematics at Flak University lO\.rnment.l1lust be,
for all others. She will
visit will disappointments
repay you civil rights march onWashington brought to task, with the church
(where he his ) Arkansas State
began college training
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of yourTROUBLES : In 19'33. -- '
wlley, Florida AIM, North Carolina A&T and Bluefleld State. an Integral .integer. otliving.
Come and see why you are so unhappy, when U.S. 1 CALLAHAN FLA. The! rights worker .pointed
He started with Gulf Sales the
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted as a Representatives, traveling
when be and everything made country as a consultant on the Negro market In a number of
worried helped
sick and you can All Your Needs it t In Prices
clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel- cities. In 1961, he was promoted to Public Relations Representative Gri..blii Colleio Given Yt

come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to.2 A and based in Pittsburgh, and in 1968 was promotedto
mistake the address..MADAM BESSIE is located north of Senior Public Relations Representative. In his present pear

Callahan on U.s. II, 1/2 mile from City of Callahan, Florida. he acts as a consultant and advisor to Gulf's top management Science Foinrfatfon Grant
in matters Concerning the black community
Phone: 879-2250 GRAMBLING, -Grambling part of students and faculty
WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FROliTOF tlO E-AcrOisthe street JUST 10 MUV FROM MONCR1EF U.S. 1 College has been awarded a members while Improving

from SPORTSMAN MOTEL -THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- Hack California Jurist grant of 45,7M b,' the science and neathemallcsteach-
Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. National Science Foundation, ing. Dr. Kennedy point out.

THIS CLIPPING Eii1k'1'LESYOITOA$5.OJREADINGfor; $2.03. Washington, D.C., for continued Twelve full stipends of$960.00
First In New PostWASHINGTON.
SCOTCH SALE Hrh support of the "Brookhaven per semester are provided for
Semester Program" for students selected who must be
For the first
I Richard Nixon.. students and faculty: members junior or first-semester,
GRAMT-S 8 YR. DEWARS WHITE LABEL time In the history of thewestern Senator George Murphy, Republican from developing! colleges and seniors with a minimum of S.00
area of the UnltedStatesj
California made the .universities. average la a 4.00 system.
a Black Man will ascend to
announcement also
from his
Researchers from the Brook-
Joint announcement of the
WHITE HORSE the Judiciary of the UnitedStates1 : .
BLACK & WHITE .'office. .
Getting musk'! to'so'und right in a 'Dlatrict::ourt. This is history No Black Man has held such Allen grant J.was Ellender made by and Senators Russell ,haven act as consultants National Laboratory,give lectures will

of 2 MIHIS FREE Ell UICMSE making precedent for what no a judgeship west of the Mississippi and conduct seminars at
: studip is a matter getting a other Admlnlstratlonthan the River. B. Long and COIIp'essma.notto.E.

': perfect balance of elernents.i ." OF I 511 25* OFF OF RE. 'PUCESEAFOOD present one can be applauded.' Senator Murphy Judge
Attorney David W. Williams, Is highly.esteenyd l>r ills :c l- :

i SCThe same thing, I expect, applies now a Los Angeles County Superior leagues He is widely known 'prove. the is general designed level to 1m-of Biifru Named

'. .10 getting a great gin..a perfect CENTER Court Jurist, Is sure of tor the contributions balsa madeto scientific achievement of developing General leads
nomlatlon according ta an the Los Angeles community.' It
'balance of elements..dryness, flavor ,announcement from the office ofAntioch Judge Williams is 59, a nativeof colleges providesfor
dynamic Interaction and
PH EL 4-141 Atlanta of barber. He Fight On Niger'LAGOS
son a
the works.That's what I find inGordon's first-hand association between'
College to the Angel Cityat
was brought
scholars and researchers from
Gin." C "' ., the age of'one year He the Brookhaven National W= NIGERIA-, qdume-
SHRIMP BOA V |imW"ktP.ciol was first employed as a Janitorin gwu Ojukeu' secessionistleader
WHitiNG l,,ii<| tm..l ..olfovmil.SPANISH '.. 4 9* Given OrderWASHINGTON downtown theater on the boaratory, Upton, New York, has been promoted from
Roy raton Composer, Pianist; Musk Director of Button t Bowler, Inc., one of Mm Atfo. Bra,Imi ....... ......,..lh. a 'with faculty members and, lieutenant colonel general and
the naton'sarfest tttmrtning igtncln; winner ol Koic'uufta Foundation Antioch midnight shift.
lint Chopin Award international fKitflitt recording Mast for Mac Rtcofdt.Conlnnl .students at member institutions.
; full
given authority to continue
._, < College of Yellow Springs,Ohio The Jurist was graduatedfrom
{ r,; a lARGE MUllEt ............................., .. IB 39 was told last week that It may the University of California In In .most cases the common the war against Nigeria's- federal .
: "
"i a deny admission to Its black' 1934. He received his degreain government .j
DRUM element la the problem is deficiency -
SPEC. TROUT .. lb. 69
This information
:1 of received by
: studies program to white law from the University
t SHEEPHEAD .... lb. 45 In modern research
STEAK FILLETS lb. 98' la 1977. He broadcast, revealed that his
YEllOW students on the grounds that .Southern California and teaching faculties and in
CONCH MEAT lb. ?9' MUllET ROE ,.. Its. 98'SEA the program was not relevant became a Municipal Court Judgein highly-trailed teaching army recently took the town ofOw.rrl

w BASS ........ lb. 59' RED BASS to. whites. 1956 and a Superior Court' personnel fro m federalforces.The .

CAT FISH ... ..... lb. 69' for Bakinq ......'Ib. 59' CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 Judge la 1963. Ten educational institutions, peace new talks general are possible said.that He

located In the southern and
Gen. Beach Whiting S..59 lb. WHEN YOU AH' HI .southwestern regtqn 'd the U.I.- mentioned a cease-fire move.
'I Caplvma 1on Ponl V-Hin SuillSALES I Re also referred to the African
are- members of this method for that
I peace, having
I cooperative association: In
You Seek The Best Doctor.. I science and mathematics. U.each..side who nominate in turn reps esenta-
When Your would meet
Doctor Prescribes m addition to Grumbling, they
under Emperor Belle Selassie.
get Experienced Pharmacists :'
Include the following schools
.To Fill Prescriptions General OJikwi j called the
accordIng listed by states: Alabama-,
Nigerian claims of
To Your Doctor's Orders. taking
tR Ca4t. We Use Miles College Taskegee last!-, Umuaola "lies .
Only The Best Quality Talladela
.Drugs. > lure, and College; c, The new leader promised to
Mll1ll1lpplTOilaloo fight to the death."We elmot "
YOUR OWN O O 354-6746 Vrp c. t. nil aceProprietor College; OklahomaLtngston he said, ever again entrust our

University. ; Teias Prairie, security Into the banded other
View AIM, Texas College, and people and cannot accept a situation -
ALL BflICK3DEDKIOM ." Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon Jarvis Christian, and Tennessee where we shall { able

-JOwxvllle College.Dr to reach direct into Ue,world
-A COMPLETE LINE OF ,' Amos P: Kennedy, head for a hearing'

t 1ff *" ol the chemistry department "\\\.
As low as: Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles at Grambling directs the project IruunftVe *
SundriesPRESCRIP"noNS The' continuing! grant Packaged
MOp p gp AV p. 11 for a 15-IDOD" period." NMV. lOtU-Molc' and
J N gt. 66 CALLED ,FOR AND Dr. Kennedy said efforts will ntore, families and firms are'in-

Gin, wwilflrf In Vat iron ; DELIVERED- be made to expose stedentstoresearch firing their properties. under

/'I lha Ionian ttniinnl,MNlnr Initlant in m l/ttt, o// pwtielon OFFICE et "," .', techniques: and equip polum in which: "many coven

r Anwwka, and IK woCS, yet DIVISION 20th ST. EXP.P meat sot available at ember am*' formerly pi.rihan-d individually -.

wily' : !/' *' .-|..u IMIIIN nmeniiimsMi.'" ".MB,ns' neni.. *.'.......1I R .,. "..!..411", ',atA 1 ;' l"'s ..relust i''I: I', ,tastltvtloM./'' aspect ef Ike program the" ,a tingle .are"pailuge"\now combined. savings in
lew vitality on
-' "..' generated I" of up to.25 per.cent. *
( ..
}:: j .,.." ,off e .'"

.. ..- \. ...- 1l
-- -- -

j" ',..4/, 1 _.,j.. '.... 'r:, .. '. .. .,...',] ..,\ .. ." .. -. .- .". ... ..?.. .. .. ,-'., !.,'u:,"'.". : ,..,;. -", '1IuI. '....."" ., _" -" -,..'i04.o..&....,-.;.:.:..... ,'I" '."; ;.4.0' ..... ..-w. ,; Is.f'_",,'_":_., ..,&' '"' ., \ y.V, ,L, ,. .,,4'l".I ,::,s..iLiV

may.. . . w Ylr. . . . yy . . _y..o. 0 0. . . . . .....y. . "_ "" """y y. "' ... ..........."' 'II'I

f MS1A1

SITIIDAY, MAY 17, loco

t1 : ':! '. 'UEIS ._mU'A& 11

. IEightAlbany', State Athletes Named As Outstanding American College i i PlayersUS I

l I' Albaiy State Sips prized Naval I Academy Action All-arosud Abilities, Seen

Cage, I f\m\ Rated The Highest.ALBANY j As Cause For Top ChoicesALBANY

Ga.-Elght Albany (Ga)Stab Collect athlete have
Ga.-Albany State State, VUlanova, Tennessee, been elected u Outstanding College Athlete of America.
basketball coach Bob Ralney and YemphisEtate,among many Charles Ray, Tampa, Fla; Joe Walker, Tallahassee, Fit.;
pulled off the biggest "recruit- others Ca Cavern Quincy Fla.
i Jimmy King Balnbridge, ; David ;
Ing{em" of his entire coaching The younger brother of Oliver i Ken Carter, Hart'ord, Conn.; Allen Pounsel, Tallahassee,
carter, signing a 6-10 1/2 ((6-8) Mel (6-9)), and Wilbertthe nl; Wilbert Jones, McGehee, Ark, and Elton Davis of
Arkansas prep star described ( Rams'6'l United Press Quincy, Fla. were the Albany S ate athletes selected fro in* .
u one of the best college pro International All-American elusion in the 1969 edition of Outstanding College Athletesof
IItllI America. year), Caldwell led his Desha America.
Caldwell Jones, the foruth of along Central (RoJiwer, Ark) teamto Their selection was announced hers by the college's public
1IDe'of Jones brothers to the Class B state basketball information officer, John Holley, following acknowledgement
enroll at Albany (Ga) State championship with a 27 1 j of their Inclusion by J. Carroll Watson, editor of the Outstanding -
College slue 1961, spurned and 1 record. The 6-10 1/2, College Athletes of America.
more) than fifty college scholarship 198-pounder averaged 26.J According to John Putnam president of Outstanding Americans
offers in deciding to enter points a game and pulled in Foundation, which sponsors Outstanding College Athletes of
the South Georgia Institution, IS.6 rebounds a contest. America, the purpose of the selection to recognize and honor
DOW regarded as one of the Named to the All-Arkansas the all-roundabUlUes of the Toungpeople who have distinguished
small-college cape powers in team, Jones said via telephone., I themsel es in the sports competitions of our colleges. "These
the tall Jones turned down "I decided to go to Albany young people carry the mantel of their school, their state and
offers from Arkansas, State mostly because It is a their nation each time they participate in competitive sports,
Centenary, Michigan State,New small school. The people there Putmu said.Criteria .
Mexico,Nebraska, Grambllng, showed an Interest in me, not for selection include an athlete's sports achievements,
Arkansas A.M,til.,New Mexico Just as basketball player, but 4 leadership ability, athletic recognition and community service.
also as a student. They ex- Walker, Ray, King, Da id, Pounsel, all contains of the 68
Albany State Ramtffes pressed more concern about football team, and Jones are seniors, while Carter and Davis
all-around dvelopmeut."When, : are Juniors.
Jones, the lone basketballer in the was a United Press
6erj'dge Over questioned on whether his brothers group,
F.V.S., may have influenced him _1_ International Little All-American choice and the recipient of
Jones replied. "No, not really. the Atlanta Tipoff Club Award as the most outstanding college
FORT VALLEY Ga.-AJbany They advised me, but told me basketball player in Georgia during the past season.
State College's Ramettes edged to make my own decision." Walker, a 11.6, Z50-pounder, has signed a pro football contract
Fort Valley State College herein The signing of Jones marks with the AFL Boston Patriots, while Pounsel, quarterback on
a dual meet between the the second big man inked by last year's grid team and a sociology major is headed fqr
girl track teams of twu"sister" albany State Earlier, Rainey graduate school at the University of Minnesota. ,
schools signed Bath, South Carolina's S
Edith Daniels' Ramettes, Benjamin Wright, 6-7, to u -.
paced by Johnnie Baugh, piled athletic grant for the fall.
si a 58 1/2 points to Fort Elated over having snarled one ANNAPOLIS, MAAYLAND..US Naval Academy Midshipman the Naval Academy during the exchange weekend program
Valley State's 48 1/2 points. of the nation's "pricedplums," Anthony J. Watson of Chicago, Illinois Escorts West Point All three men are second classmen (juniors) at their respec- Soothing relief for
Miss Bauch, a pert sophomorefrom Rainey said immediately that Cadets Bruce Robinson (left), of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania! tive Academies Official Navy Photograph. .
Atlanta, Ga garnered Jones will probably be regular and Mile Taylor (right), ,also of Philadelphia, on a tour of hard-working hands:
three first places and ran the for the"rnnninggunnlng" VASELINE* PETROLEUM JELLY For hind so
leadoff. leg on the winning 440- Rams len season''W.'r.101Dc Coach Hal Self ConmeRds rough, 10 chapped, they actually hurt.
yard relay team Miss Baugh to be hard to handle now with SPORTS PARADEBY I Soothes and lofteni.
took firsts in the 100 and 220 that height to mash with all film provides that a
Black Men Oa School Teem
yard dashes and In the running this speed and quickness we'll against
br R4' jump In the 440-yard have coming back. the Rams' NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALHIS than watery
relay, she teamed with Joyce pilot added FLORENCE, Ala -Color means lIothllle to the coach or lotions. .CDftunUOUIII'
Thomas, Mary Parker and OWN GAME the Florence State University football team. Petroleum J
Elaine Jackson to give Albany * ** HOLLYWOODNPlBig( ) Jim Brown, who forsook football AbIlity 11 important other schools lo"erancl.ndl- ether a
State the triumphs with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League for Coach Hal Self spoke prallllle cite racial bar lets. J.II,.
the glare of the hot lights and camera, Is r 11 n r n 1 n g to GrULron. the Blacks 011 h1a team Three Pride aDd Thomas art 011 hands are I
in movies, in his next appearance. Brown will appear in National played major rolll "These scholarships. Both played
General Productions' forthcoming drama "The Grasshoppers," Negroes art fine athletes and u freshmen 10 1968. Thomas
Guard Your which starts filming June 1 on location in Lays Vegas fIDe young men,"he said.1bey was the leading ground piner.
f Social Security have contributed to our quad Pride played on the specialty
Card NEW SPORTSCASTER amazingly; he said, lAd have aquadl. Gent Stovall and Harold
C- CHICAGO (NPI) Whether afraid or not, Ernie Banks, been quad com- Sbarple of Welt Morgan Bleb
veteran Chicago Cubs slugger, it always doing something pletely: art DODIchr.: -1IQ. P2Ter.!

spectacular. Last week, he began a new Job, u a Sunday night These mea a.e BobJr! J ot. .. .t"., d. ee. .
sportscaster over WGIi-televlslon's 10 pm. news program.In Pride Decatur, Leonard
addition to baseball reporting, Ernie will Lover all sports Thomas of Butler Iflgh ID Huntl. T .e1.. _n ......ure Safety
ITr SOUR 1EY' events and present special features, whenever he is in town yule and Otis Jones or Butler
TO A MaRE SECURE FUTURE Wendell Smith will continue the weekday reporting and till In on : NEW e1 the\'ORK American-Safety Insurance engi
jthe Sundays Ernie: is elsewhere Thomas played with the Lions peen
luuuo m u 411 .. last \lIOClatiOn theck the fire de. ,
mwwo09fc:; -ma J h. II" S.UOD ..i.r> a "wufn-n-IT! (c-' >. h-191 rr ><'"''''' selllon.' :t '"
It' bat 'been eighteen1 years little. Cash wages (Includlngbus' GAMES TO WATCH Coach Sell said,""The student tenses of more. he Insurance than 1.000 Intor-cities. t
VILLANOVA, Pa. -(NPI)-When the Dr,Martin Luther King body loves them every year J
since the pay of domestic employees fare If paid in cash)m jst be reported matlon Institute To make
was first counted for i If it amounts to $50fromone International Freedom Games, first of a regular series of out- Florence State baa an eDroU- cities safer them
social security credit. Many of employer in a calendar door AAU track and field meets to be broadast over CBS-TV went of 3053 ItudeDtl. About en.
ohaen'e fire
the children who were cared for quarter; The work done by any- network, is presented Sunday May IS, it will bring a return duel ZOO are Black glUeen departments
In action, examine their
by maids in 1951 are now paying one in or around the house if between Lee Evans, O.ymplc gold medal winner in the 400- According to theliteralcoacb, equip'DO *
a mild to care for their children covered under social secu ity. meter run, and Lar y James, the Vlllanova University star who problems have been en- ment and city water supplies, 4.
Just like the parents of eighteen :Mfds, cooks, gardener or ran second by 1/10 second. Also expected: to participate are two cOWltered. The school I. a and heck for fire hazards In

years ago, today's parents must yard men, butlers are included Kenyan winners, Kipchogt Keino, Olympic 1500-meter winner;. pioneer Its example baa led built.up Ir.ell. ..
also in this and Naftall Tem! the 10,000-muter victor -- -
report the wages paid ttelrmaids. group. I II .,

Unlike. our rapidly changing responsibility The household, too.worker He must has a, I NEWS DEADLINE WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo rUflWfld. yW -

.world the requirements for show Ms correct social j. AU news should be in the Florida Cults Ii fales! Waiting Credit Approved on Spot! i .
reporting the salaries of houses security number to his,em- Star Office by Tuesday I p.m. 6S CADILLAC riT.WOOD 60 SPEc, ........._...... $2195 !
hold workers. have changed very ployer. NEW 'YORK-Short of nu COMFORT CONTROL All CONDITION!, IUC WINDOWS,SWAY
clear it would be hard to
war fire nine 61 CHIVY H NOVA ..........._......................,.... $1795

Gulf Aids Tuskegee$ American' cities in the next 70 61 CHEVROLET IMPALA... ..,,,.,...................... ttjvj
yeari. Yet the Insurance Into"( VIltHAUIOMATICrOWHiUIINa

-7P motion Institute notes that be. <. $ CAMIIO ....._.......___...................... $2195
". I tween 1835 and 1408 fire de VI,IUCklT Sf AI',CONSOLI,
uroycd major portions of New< 67 FORD CALAXII500 .................................... $1995
}: 'York City Charleston S. C.. All COI
Portland Me., Chicago Boston 68 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX _....................._.... $379
Jackioiivllle, Baltimore, San UCTOIf WAMANIf. '

I Francisco and Chelsea MauWfltch 67 BUICK WILDCAT .................................... $2395
Rs 'T
; 3 .y 1f ks rLhl 66 CHIVY IMPALA SPT.CW ........................... $'59'
( .

This Clown 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA ?...........M...__........ $1995'
27 5173' lit/UNO. \
66 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER .................. $2195 .

64 FORD,VI .__..___.._....._.._.. $ 79$ \

f kF > \ 2 9 9 PONTIAC_..................._................/.,.....: 5 125 .1
V-ty* J Wt Take'Deals Where Others Refute
then reward
'*V Credit yourself
71 Approved on Spot
II '
with America's most

w 21'13, :- 15 R. S. EVANS3rd popularwhiskey.

11IS&metites '37 71 & MAIN Seagram's 7 Crown.
Say Seagram's and Be Sure. )
It4 8381 OPENTit :
III''s SonitUnie! 9:30 P.M. 514-5312
He's down,He Adds, Subtracts] IIAGUM. DSTlttUSCosPuIYIIEwyoekGTTata5t550'StEy; .ebp5Dg.53", WllIIUIIAt ne

He works.. it all around. !

11-71-21 .

Y Coming Attraction' I J rFT

: r. .i111111MAN'S ,

",' DAYSNUMIERED i ILiJIkjflvC ;_ ,


Mans Days are Numbered." '
Health and Fortune can be *_

fours when you know your
Lucky Days

Lucky Colors, ect.
Send $2 00 for your
Horoscope Guide for


till la the blank below six
.TUtKEGEKr The Gulf Oil Corporation recently presented Tukeget InstltM with a Departmental mall to ZODIAC Post Office
Assistance Grant of 2500. Shown above, left, Is D.G. Keao. Giving the grant I Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla 4
to Vice President HasMll Brown of Taskegee:.The money will be *ed/e0MpiurcJaM of
school equipmeiit for the engineering buUding. Standing are Harold Logaa/vRrpreildent )AMI TONIGHT 8 SAT.MATINEES-l:3a t
for business affairs, ud Z. Cybsak, dean of the school of engineering The sum U part STRUT
of more $40,000 Gulf Is coftrlbutlng to Black-oriented colleges and universities this year (BATE, r>" am,." .1
-- ,. -....-- a. .

i J h t r'.y / ,

_. .,.t. ). ,,,.',;,.,, ....IWI,. ,"," """" .I.t. ., <. '.-, .. '. I

Vvr _ _


12 Sill rmu c'M SATIHlV, MAT U.1 INII

__n __n __ _

Black People la Alaska Tops With AB Distributors, Inc Abernathy Says Indiana Black Police Aitioch College

Since Nineteenth Century Sins
Whites cannot It was told, he
FAIRBANKS, Alaska-NPl-BUck people have been living denied participation on. the basis
I in Alaska since the 19th century q with a plan which seems toliquidate INDIANAPOLIS: Black of discrimination.
chances for the police organisation, the
Alaska, the nation's largest to Fairbanks poor Guardians the Dr. Leon E. Panetta:; director
at for another twoyears.Thlatwo- plans spending
state In area, is the least popu- Other Negroes In in the of the office of civil rights\ of
will therefore summer helping recreation -
Conners who year plan bypass -
lous state, with 226,167 inhabitants : the city was John HEW, directed the schoolpresl'
In slum districts.Tills
secondhandstore 8b fair treatment for the neglected areas
owned the largest
in 1960 Dr James P. Dlxoa te
r dent, ,
.,. until 1971. will be done at the expense -
E. it has long lured Black in Fairbanks lnco.l '
en so, of members. will stop advising only ,
enrolled The minister said, "We areautjry They
Of the 42 children
citizens to its cold,inhospitable Black freshman and not whites
recruit for
and to be parents supervisionThis
in the Fairbanks High school now we expect
cllmatt of the availability 01' houslBl'
will be called"Let's
led project
As 1893 a Negro by in 1912, one was a Negro girl, now. of the Afro-Amerieu
early as Miss Hewhitha Brice, whose Senator Allen I. Ellender ofLoosiana Get In olved." It will u part
Shad Jones workedfor
the name ot studies institute.
Jack McQuestlon who owned mother operated the only beauty a Democrat, spoke be concentrated in the city on
parlor in town. tartly to Martha Grass of Mar- the near east side ***** ****
a store in Circle city And In 1918, a Black person land, OUs. a Ponoa Indian This is the first group of Us
At the turn of the century, a ,named Dave Sanford,from South when ske suggested that the kind In the United States
Black man named Mr. Biggs
Fairbanks and committee should be answerIng INVESTIfiATII
America came to .
in Dawson Mr
was: a t
went Into the boat caulking business questions and not asking HOUSE
reportedly moved later OPEN SBXDAY
Biggs ', them. Ellender was booed. 'Stab InvestigatorforlargeCor*
Dr. Abernathy struck hard at poratlon. Position requires
those in Washington who don'tseem 100 to 7:00: P. M. 3S23 Owens periodic relocation and soon
rN to realize that the program Avenue. Directions; Drive oat travel. Col1epbackrOlllClpre-
NAACP Strikes Nixon'sPlans for the poor is lagging. Moocrlef Rd pass Ave., "B' ferred, Investigative or police i
Daring the confrontation Dr. Turn right on Owens. Edna M. experience helpful Goes--

For Gift Money Abernathy, obviously tired and Polite Coleman Salesman salary, excellent fringe benefits
worn, but ended with the spiritof E. S. Reg.RealEstat opportunity''for advance.
the late Dr. King, pursuedhis Broker 1922 Meharry Avenue ment. Reply to Box.599
WASHINGTON: Roy Wilkins Clvll rights groups prefer that course. Je spoke.for *U 768-0441 .

and the NAACP are questioning the administration more the poor, >*. MIME ECIM1IST
a proposal In the Nixon Ad- clearly drawn or dropped. The NEW ABUT
ministration's! tax reform pack- Southern Regional Council has, BISINESSMANVANT Home and group demonstrator -

age. through donations from Ford, SPRING CUSS to ppiorao:e bettet electric
Vernon Jordan, director of Field Rockefeller, the Stern TO RENT living. Go the Southern Regional Council's family, Raconl, New World and Furnish Efficiency Apartment Now Starting excellent working conditions
voter education project, calledltan"outiage" the Mary Reynolds Foundations, Contact Mr Bill 768.0031TOOTHACHE and benefits. Transportation
been able tocarry out massive fl Hospital Aide Class furnished A Bachelor Degree la

Mr Wilkins has written Representative voter registration plan. Casbler.salesClerkKlnderrutn Home Economics from U accredited -
Emanuel Celler of' The SRC is spending more Teachers' Universlylsrequired.
New York. Mr Celler Is chairman than $500,000 in efforts. More I MIL AideS Send resume to H. Harkker,
of the House Judiciary than 12 millions of Bla.cubave Kano-Gu'tar-Theorjr 101 Fifth Street Sooth, St.
Comirittea. Wilkins wrote that been registered since 1962 pile h secures it million* do with Band andOichestralns'rn-'! Petersburg, 33733, orcall(813)( )
If the proposal becomes law as The Nixon p.oposal would pro M .J l. Many dtntutt recommend ments 898-2141, .
to restricting t foundation hibit a private foundation, but mini ORAJH.until you tit '
proftulonil' treatment yTjr* 'BOIDEN-S COLLEGE
activities "that the registration not t other charitable organizations rewe.erne.wora.jel FlIIIIA PlffUCIIMIATIIJ
of Negro citizens to vote wouldbe from engagln in any .1818 West 20th Sti eat
the biggest biased registrars activity which directly affected AB Distributors, Inc., distributors of Budweiser, Busch and Michel, numbers among its ?;Registrar 355-9724: Call
or all.' a political campaign regardlessor ace employees the men shown above, all working in the Jacksonville area. On the left is .MOD, Tues, Wed., and Fri. An C:nz\ (!POOl"wity Erll'e.1:
Wilkins further said,"Against its educational or other Henry J. Griffin who has been with the company for more than two months. He Is a Driver- IEIP .II'-UD-TYPIST :7.30 to 10:03
the kinds of trickery, threats 1 connection with the exemp'pur! Salesman Griffin Is a graduate of Stanton Vocational as well as Mrs. Griffin, class of '67. ACCURATE TYPST-Must! .: .____0- .
and actual violence that have pose of the organization.! Following graduation he saw service with the Army's 82 Airborne Division and was trained In WPM $70 to $100.typeSO JacksonvilleBarber
been used In the past,the Negro Assistant Secretary of the guerilla warfare and as a field radio technician. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin reside in Jacksonville wk. for Salary qualified BEST BIT IN TOWN
Griffin Is member of Palmer Grove Baptist Church. Edward Christopher center Driver- per per.on.Apply
minority would require at least Treasury Edwin S. Cohen said a in PERSON POSITIVELY; ;
another 30 years to attain voting that the Nixon administration Salesman, attended the Douglas Anderson Senior High School His wife, Mrs Gloria Joyce CALLS CeHeietiroll
freedom has attempted to write a law that jChristopher; also attended the school) He is a memoar:,of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church and NO FLORIDA STAR '2 BR TOWN HOSE 1\

will keep family-controlled has been employed for four years. Last year ChrlstopheFwas a runner-up In the Bud Sales ,Kpcrief Rd. near 13th st RANGE-REFrtlGERATO't
foundations from making grants Competition There are two children. Hobbles are baseball and sports in general. He was New
that could affect a political at one time a pitcher with the St Nicholas All-Stars. Richard Hill, right, Driver-Salesman, .
campaign However, he said, is a graduate of Northwestern, of the class of 1961. Mrs. Richard HilL the former Portia linE TIE Minns, ONLY'$100801111 .A ?t.CAl'lON: HOW, 'EDIG
Posner Labs "This does not prohibit a foundation Speights, attended and was graduated from Raines High In his Senior year Hill was captain WHERE -THE ACTION m--u'

J AGE !3\ from giving money to a of the band, playing trombone, section leader and student director. From 1962-to 1965, Investors loik into the booming: FHAVAVULCAN ACCEPTED
COiiT1N0ED'OM publicly-supported group that following graduation, Bill was with the Army Special Forces, Airborne Division, known as SLIDE industry The profits will 'TUITION'RATES AS UW ASEitirsA
Gunther, "born in the midst of among Its other activtles the Green Berets. He has been employed with AB for the past year. Last year he was Sales- amaze you plus the many TAX 1. 1I1'1I:
violence and hostility to carries on a voter reglst ation man of the year (Bud and Busch) and won a cash award of$200 He IB a member of the Mt. .benefits Active or Inactive INC. WI1't'.l.
gather the ash heaps of despair campaign Bethel Baptist Church, Assistant Scout Master, President of the BTU, member of No. S partnerships available In this t '
into hope, understanding and choir, and Co-chairman of the Men's Day Observance of May 18 He belongs to Wisdom. j Kill
going business located In Jacksonville 7003 KEN KNIGHT DR. Call"; .
opportunities for the poor." Dun! Teachers Assn. Lodge ft iT'and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Glbbs. All three are Jaxons, Jacksonville Minim:m Investment 768-U79 : :
Before an audience which included is in a contest with Shreveport and Memphis on Ethnic Accounts for theBnsch-Bava- 10000. Results show 58 pet.
such notables as Mayor Supports Integration clan iontest'in sales This is known as I test-market effort. The' contest has been on for return in one' year Immediate INCREASES JULY' .!-
Terence Cooke who also received 1 eight weeks For the first tuna weeks Jacksonville took the lead,--Photo By Lane Income 'Reply P.O. Box 699 lal 'SIMP NAN '630 DAVIS STitELT:
an award, Rev. William 3549874that's
The Daval Teachers Association Jacksonville, Florida
M James presented Reconci- took a stand last weak in .eeee e 1.
nation Awards to Dr. C. the matter of integration by .
Aspansa-Johnson, Judge JaneBolln urging teachers to volunteer to I
the Honorable Percy teach In integrated schools this NO PEP AT NIGHT'NO Unfurnished Apt. 2 rms prvt
Sutton, Monsignor Owen J. VIM OR loon I
coming bath Adults only, 111 Davis St.
I Scanlon, Mr A, Phillip courts have virtually POOR MARITAL RELATIONSNO .
4 Randolph and many others. mandated the Integration of the SEX DESIRESINCOMPATIBILITY 1
Posthumoas awards were also schools. Local schools: FOR MEN AND WOMEN \
county ,
j presented to Stephen Currier, under Di Hardesty,have shown If these are your p oblems ,;
Franklin Clark Fry, Robert F. and have tried In vain to OF ALL
the lesser of two eels, with you Busch
Kennedy, Martin Luther King, the superintendent 8IIUnr a have them solved-let us show Take New IMPROVED\ NATURE ,:; ",;; t-;; '.. baby
I Jr., and Samuel H. Sweeney mini-integration of teachers of you the way. GUARANTEEDNO TABLETS for that tired, run ,
In commenting on the even!, 10 cent OBLIGATION AND CONFIDENTIAL down feelingthalkeepsgoufrom ,.
: Mr. Posner said that it bad The per Dual Teacher Association Just CHECK which enjoying life : :" 'And I'm telling it like it is. People today are moving

been an Inspiring affair and a, has said, however,that new problem you have PRINT YOUR 100 Tablets $3 00, 200 Tablets ,: '-:; ::1 ;": '; on up-reaching out for the best And the best is Busch.
I wonderful example of how integration will be released NAME, ADDRESS & ZIP CODE $5 00 $1.00 deposit on COD'S ''
people of all faiths can work plans Mrs. Ann Tillman, .t MAX WITH AD TO: EMPIRE PRODUCTS a SALES .;', ,v:v? ; If* ',Premium, brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The

f together to the betterment of president, has suggested a positive i GOOD SAMARITAN, P.O. Box Dept FS,5937 N. Broadway, ,. ", o:" only popular-priced beer (in America with in-brewed carbonation -
the entire commiinity. '. approach ,118-313, Wo .dbury, N.J. 08096 Chicago Illinois 60626 '(, \ '! '1' '''' \ (our own special way of putting fine bubblesin -

oYNN.-.w..W.. ...'M.JW.II............ ..N..W : beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That's

i Busch, baby. And we can prove It.".

Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer.

BEER i ''
BUSCH ,.from AntieuMr-Buech, Inc. St. Louie, Mo.


; WI1N ICE COLD BEER' No Deposit mow.t .

AT It's smart to shop at Jan No Return

'; list E.Z Twist

'" I : .
Class call t t tsawa

I 1 1

,1 I a, .,a'i

rrrrrrrrre.r rI


8/G Man s Beer 7

j8Y ,:


F '. .:

.l MIED \

MA\\ Case y?QUART < f i i tr.ra otr \

GtNE'BBEk ,,,a,, r

\, '.

: r.r. 3oTslfflJ ', ir a' ,\


a .Sr : 35*, IT/3.9S eASE'taep d I .i

u\PRICES; \ GOOD ONLY M: hugs' had I Ushin *ltt I liiis struts -.A iwi ,

*3frd I Mneriif list t Myrtli An.. *EIiwiil At.Clmliri' had ,

t Aroigh WEDNESDAYJUY 21.. "
h/VVVUVVWUVAVbVVVV ... .. .. ., ,
.p,, e.h

v k i

I i
1 r 11 ta; W
M dr .r

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-21setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Florida star.Stardc:subject Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-.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-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher S.W. Harmondc:date May 17, 1969dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2071719 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville ; CocoaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Cocoa.United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida