The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
May 24, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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KILLERS II James Gavin who allegedly fled
the city after shooting, in the
head, Police Officer, Ronald
McLeod will be triedhavlag
been apprehended In Memphis,
through agreement which
calls for his surrender to
TRIAL IN NOVEMBER authorities in Tennessee if he
Is not later sentenced to deathor

to life Imprisonment.
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In a Shootout with two detectives -

,Atty. .Ge.milAccises Young Jaxons Are E..ceter Self*';. ,, the' object In Memphis.ofanatlonwlde He has search been

\ / since: May 1, at which time he
Meyer Is' j became the prime suspect He
Stirt 1 shot McLeod at close range on

Charged With Dec. May 7. The officer died
Of "Imsioi".tNCIANAPOUJfj The. suspect, 22 years old,
Waste Of Time hired a friend to drive him
Attoroej later to Fort Lauderdale Liter
General Theodore L. Sendak d 'WAS@iGTOL-X} Berkeley i the shooting He took a Greyhound -
the State of Indiana last week Market Shootuos professor has thrown aneducajtlooal < bus there about three

accused Black Mayor Richard eo bombshell Into the',' hours after the shooting and
G. Batcher of Gary of organizing '
Itr o&f\oIds' thinkers came toMemphlsthsnertmorn-
The luau charged In the many *
In at
acts of violence and thus pony supervisor a holdup
and that lag, May 9. He had, according
philosophers by saying
carbine killing of last the store at Road and .
of the ci to Kings a ,
reducing J a "reign
to the held All-Black
November will recel .parate the Black man Is generally Inferior news, up an
of terror" area. Myrtle. to the white In A and poker game Memphis. and
trials, according to Judge
Another indictment ,
The official said be has asked charges
Is from was fleeing with $128 In cash,
suffering hereditary
Thomas Larkln.
them with the of
the Justice Department to In- slaying George
backwardness.This plus a stolen radio.
George Young, Jr., 24, will
vestigate. Be cannot. Johnson a Negro security guardat sllghtfleshwound
conclusion comingmte He suffered a
to trial November 3 ; .
come on Daylight. A third 1nd1ctmentCOIIC81'11S
to Sendak Mayor ,
According when most Blacks In Memphis. Homicide
and will be tried for the alleged the death of James scene are
Batcher, with UIeJIt.IP.ol. his killing of a local businessman: Roland expressing pride la heir tn ri"iaUtlts ... Captain RobertCochran said the
t" operaUr
''staff got' together; about 150 .is ttlTresult of'mosM; r. kuspectwas seen last Thursday.
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demonstrators who Invaded the The"Jurist. refused Young'sattorney' of't local Icecream parlor < r from' rlgMX"Jamaica's 'JIDbuS 40t to tbi" '
studying! and comparing on the United Nation last driving stelen car with :
appeal for a change ana year's Grand Marshall of (tilt 369th Veterans.Assoctatlon Memorial
Gary National Guard Armoryand worth of vent Mirtii Litter part of Dr Arthur R. Jensen. Parada, I Invests bit successor with the riband of authority at Installation ceremonies la'Schenley's Wisconsin license plates He
ate $.000 to $1,500 testimonial George Young and Charles Dr. Jensen says that Project,, hospitable conference room. She Is Shirley Chlsholm of Brooklyn, first Black' was reported again Thursday
of food prepared for for Governor a Prosser are two defendants. Kill H.rsll, Head Start has tailed. Compensatory woman Congresswoman In U. S. history and also the first woman to lead a major parade when witnesses reported a man
banquet They are being held without education, that, accordIng down New York's Fifth Avenue. Attending the !ceremony! are William Kpe ), of his description held up the
Edgar D. .Whitcomb There were, no aRepublican. bond In the Duval County jell. Hone !I. Plus to the writer will never do Tie National President of the 369th Veterans Association, and host Charles\ T. Williams, Davidson Grille. escaping with
James Dlnkens, 27, held in New the Job. Tbeseremarkaeanhad' rice president of Schenley Distillers Co. Mrs. Chlsholro's recent Installation marked the about $200.Those
arrests. York, awaits rtrftrfltffVl ATLANTA The U_rHn.__f.irthar__. wide publicity 1D many papers fourth cosecutive! year that Schenlev has hosted the 369th event. L In the card game d Joined
'The attorney general said that ibr.thrH Indictments. King; 8r Nursing Centeranew and magazine. They have even DJ Caren, were warned. : "Iaun
the Invaders apparently were Cue names the three In the No*. ,and urgeutly-neededhaltbfacl- been used ny anti-Integration WiistoB-Salew 'Jiving Spread it out.: Slxfooter.,
encouraged by the City Rail 25 lets la Greenville and Caroline: Bill Simmons was ordered to
slaying of William Joseph lity with 128 beds, will be built j
Be did not accuse Mayor Hatcher Japour, Daylight Grocery com- In Atlanta and will provide new Counties, Virginia,In support" Enthusiastic Group get Gavin out to safety,at pistol
of wr lCdolllc. He did say that Job opportunities for 63 persons, of arguments against mixing Sole City With point
law abiding citizens of Gary are However the Black man has Warrants were Issued for
ss the result of a Small Business
suftering under something of. a Receives_ Misters Administration loan to been defended by members of Uiiqie. SystemWINSTONTLEM Of Workers armed robbery and assault withIntent
To Make I to commit In
reign of terror Auburn Development Company, the Council of the Society for, I, murder
be., of Atlanta, BA AdmlDlstrator the Psychological (Study of So*: : NO. A connection with store robbery,
Senda c'Is a Republican Lake clef luues. They feet that com- short while ago the all-Black at which time employee was
'County' where Gary Is located, Hilary today., Sandoval, Jr, announced pensatory programs nave failed ;Safe Bus Company was not shot, A warrant'for first degree -
Mayor Hatcher was elected., asa simply because of ''allowed street Final Drive Effort
The Nursing Center and the poor.planning on traversing murder has been Issued
Democrat, In the November Auburn Development Company, their slat and their white neighborhoods Well, the for the McLeod death. Miami

.1M7 campaign despite opposition u well ss a local bank participating scope, They contends that special picture has changed, and whites Duval County's groups have offered $5,600 In
Chapter Fund Drive
from his own party chair in the loan, are all skills efforts by educators and Blacks are chatting and will receive a substantial rewards for the Information
boost when
man. owned by black Americans The have, and can be, effective. riding to some extent. following the gala Cancer,Drive Finaleat needed for conviction
Jesse 3.. Bill, Umi'stratlve Martin Luther King Jr. This Issue has become so hot. When the Safe BuI drl"r pulls Wolfson tonight reports will be processed. The alleged murder Is now In
assistant to the mayor said the Foundation Is making a non- that toe National Academy of the big orange and white bus The general public Is Invited has enlisted the support of many. the Memphis county jail
mayor has ordered an Invest interest-bearing loan of 185,, Science: won't discuss It. Its from in front of the Forsyte to the program in the park of the city's outstanding The usualpraeduresofertra-
gation. He said that the statement + t 000 to thedevelopmeutcompany. president opined that It would County Courthouse he has a Friday Dllbt. Outstanding musicians. :.dltlon will be bypassed by an'
to the mayor, said the This ban need not be repaid be unfair tocategorlze the Black* load. The the bus winds; down muscians andeltlzenswlll Those Jajwns who baro: net "executive a reemeDt" wblctr
mend oT same official bare until the bank and SBA loans man at the moment, primarily Liberty Stree, through streets participate. All are I lending 1 : contributed to tbesucces.iofthe will speed up transactions and
been ca.*)!)1i. REV, BANNERMAN are fully amortised. Total became of the emotional tension! of crumblmgwoodentenements their efforts toward making !the Butler Capter can do so at the allow Tennessee to hold Jurisdiction. -
Answering, Sendak spoke of financing tor the project which exists over the country:; and littered yards,Into one of drive a success.Councllwoman. put Hostess and host groups .
postcards which bad been Rev J.C. Bannerman, pastor'of Is 1830.000, and SBA $350,000.:; Many social psychologistscontend the prestigious white neighbor Mary L. will be present Twenty-four shots were fired
mailed before the banquet In Mt. ZlonAME: 'Church South- "This new project Is a good, that: There Is direct hoods. Singleton and Councilwoman The committee leaders can In Memphis! on May 23. The
the Interest of recruitment 01. side, received the Master of' example of what can be accom- 'I..evidence that supports the view Bow has this happened? City Sallys Mathjs will lead teams their workers urge you to mats attempted murder charge In
Invaders. He said the mayor Theology degree from the pUshed when private citizens that there is an Inborn dlff- Bus, white, could not continue. Each promises to bring her team this "Family Night," a night Memphis based on the shooting
arrived after the mob started Lather Rice Seminary at the' of all races and creeds. Local erenci In heredity between 'Business was cut down by a of stragglers victory, all for dedicated to the eradication of of an officer in the fracas
to rampage 'commencement this .month. .business and civic organizations blacks, and white, despite) the boycott. City Bus closed up last I the Cancer Drive Fund. Cancer. Be a Cancer fighter on the dark street where Gavin
Sendak further charged that Rev Bannerman holds the aDd others Join hands with long-known fact that Negroes November stopped operations Erie O. Simpson, General '.Join the Drive Admission is and Simmons had to hide for a
violence In Gary ls l IDe reullll.! Bachelor of Divinity and the the government cooperative: lag by an average 15 YA; That and called it a day. Chairman of the Eugaie Butler $1.00 per person. few minutes.
The event tookplacn1t11.oout Doctor of Divinity degree*from effort to meet nrgentneed Racism and discrimination Impose Safe seems to be overcoming Chaphsr. awIUIJUI:1f1ll that doors
200 Blacks participating. A the Ruflnlflclemimry! in.. Sandotral said."President < an Immeasurable burden prejudices The company hasoperated will be open tonight at Wolfson Hick M.. Heeds AII-White
Black Muslim, Elalmt Birmingham. For the past three Nixon has asked on Black performance and prevent for 40 years In Black at 7 p.m. .
Oloramfumiy aiap'H thr years Rev. Bannerman! has been' me to stimulate such action Black and white people areas Now its leaders believe Mrs Ethel Davenport Hospital Stiff I. Georgia ;
Councllmen mess with the. an Instructor in Department wherever possible and BaA even at the same social class they can bridge the racial gap. Bannister, Chairman of the
of Theology of Edward Waters' from leading comparable lives Improved equipment will lure Special Events Drive on Cancer
mayor they must answer to as.That's stands ready at all times to ; '' In various areas of the counh y In other church I areas much
not a threat,thafsapro- College Other churches work with and all local That environment plays a role 'white riders Regular schedules the Black Man
any Is masi.12 significant has be >n made In San
mise. pastored here Include Mt.morlao from the moment of s child's,. must be established and !kept. progress
groups organizations that lHgllgl Sage advances. In the area of Auioolo last week the officials,.
AME and Allen Chapel conception; That present intelllSMivtsB Courtesy, not always
Blacks comprise 55 percent of 'want to help their own commu- practicedby higher official'consideration, of the Presbyterian church
AME.: WbI moreover bud frti the whit riders of .
the population olCarT.I80OOO. nUlet"Speakers city, ,
; i! the Black Man Is to be com- drilled a memorandum requesting -
.. 'I.'d-iPi
Gary ... fh- the liar..I- .tF Black i must be practiced. .mended. general approval for apla.Q
America with a Black children.Most Hampton D. Haith Is general
of the educators historic presldant the face:: to raise the $500,000,000
agree manager. He Is optimistic. Already
mayor'BiR'coocloded of paradoxical actions on the asked by Jam jsForman several:
that N tests valuable:
business has Increased
: It seemi onfortvnate ,';-.-' Writers In the Harvard Educa1 to However part of Christians, Is the elec- da/s ago hi New York City
8,000 1ooocla111. -
that the attorney
tine of Rev. Thomas Kllgore, Forman has asked that synagogues
I tlooal Review' in which DriJenses's four
has reacted toSatmrday routes of the other
native of
:': Woodruff, SC.grad help the Black by way of
evening's events ** caRing for .. article appears, say company, through white neighborhoods male of MorehouseAilanta University repar tlou,'
an Investigation that would cost tr that there Is need for stress have not been ser : "
and of the
Union The world Council Churches
great 'sums of money when f ::;:;.. on the Importance of research Safe. Theological Seminary, u the this week Is considering: the (
that mmeymlghtbemuchbeter I: \ v Wilkiis Libels has a $380,000 bank loan 't" first Black president of the nature, cause and worldwide
spent in such things as as Investigation ;' : .',1 : I .guaranteed by the Small Business 1.5 million member Americas consequences of racial con
of organised crime :f ," .' ..;} f. Administration There are. Baptist Convention. ,Rid Speakers scheduled are
In Lake County or to shore pour tt ':. ,; ..'.; 'jiM'' ,, ... '. /' Hack'As : .;12 45-passenger buses. Everything He Is now pastor of theSecood Nathan Hare, Father James
welfare ''' ,. seems to be on the up-
program. '
< Baptist Church of Los Angeles Groppl and others. There are
"f,r'.,. ,. ''.{; ..... "Nci-seise" 'I grade. WILLIAM R. RICE. He was recommended! by the all- 40 delegates from SCC an six
':" .. white nomination commIttee
continents .
Give To ', "' ','" 'NEW YORfc-Roy Wilkins Jam William R. Rice Is among will be TheVatlcanSecretarlat -
Black AmericanBiddhist represented oy
.', executive secretary of the 54 secondary schoolteachers of Dr. IC11 ore has been labeled four observer participants.In .
,, NAACP, said that demands by-: Trench who will participate In an "Activist." In the IMO-s he the field of medicine standout
a -
./ t ; Black militants for Black' led voter registration drives
: :- : PrjesfBANGKOKAn the advanced level NatlonalDe-
The AmericanCANCER : t'l. 'tidies courses across the and worked lot unionisation IIIWlIIston..sat.m. lsDr.BeojamtnS.Andersan,
tense Education Art Institute In
,.' ." Jr., chief of staff at the PolkGu.ral
country are .pIalllIlOlll8D1. American He was one of
.' Aroachon,France,this summer.
t WUklas said there are nbqnal>'< I serviceman a Buddhist priest Be Is a graduate of the Unlver- the ledder of the mammon Cedartown hospital Ga. This, 33years
'Ifled persons who can teach/ to localirate march on Washington hi 1983.
msemel speakers dsrlngthe start-fifth gradation exercises Saturday- according sty of Akron and received his old, saw aothlll11lllJqu.
Bemsne-Cooknan College will be Governor Claude R. Kirk of 'sack studies. "H students nat'I I j reports. Master of Education from Kent., Rev Kilgore was director of in the appointment. although he
Florida and the Right Reverend George N. CeUlssyireslding to know about tbelrlDe'StorSI'* Be .vu Identfled u Sgt. Prof. Rice has attended three the Southern Christian Leadership said some felt the "roof might
.bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal District at tM Church.' said WUklns"they should mem Curette: G. Nelson, 21, of Washington other Institutes,one at the University Conference In 1963 and It cave.lll."
Societal' .Governor Kirk will speak at the cgssg ml exer- OB the side and concentrate to D.C., whowas described of Florid Spanish, a life member of the NAACP. In addition to that Dr. Anderson -
Lieu on May 28. Bishop Collins will speak ca May 25 at I school on algebra, rtlcmlus by Btddhlst soirees U pro- one la eat Virginia There are more than 5,000 Is the only doctor U Cedartown. -
Jets and the .great world of. i I.comnmlcatloa. .... member. churches In the aa->' !
p.m., at which time he win deliver tbt baccalaorntrsemos. > the first University and one at Arcachonla .*' r
." '"\, : !pecomeaBuddelstprled. France In 1967. tlooal org nIatlm..


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The people d Israel come from nations of every corner at
r.'EGRO short walk in the streets of Tel Aviv briny
PRE RNATIONAL the globe, and a
the visitor Into contact with people mixed freely without the
hysterical color-consciousness we find among too many

e bond is, of course that they are
Their common
'E ERIC 0. SIMPON..NANA.INfi EIITOiNILBA we are all Americans and we would do well to emulate

Israeli la removing color as a barrier among peopi
IOOTEN..CIICBLATION MANACEI Tolerance toward Arabs also surprised me. One would thin

e that a nation surrounded by hostile Arab states whose gue-
MAILING III Ins rues inflict daily casuallties on troops and civilians would develop

'i deep hatred for the enemy.

4 2323 MONCIIEF BOAD But it is"nut So. generally. A top Army general explained
to me "I don't want my children to hate," he said. "If you

f ,.0. III.J9) lACHONYItlE, FLOBIBA 32281 for teach the a two child are to bate Aral, don't you are teaching him to fear_them,

want my children to leunfear.'

PHONE 354-6712 Think of the euerots and lives
'. : that are wasted on fid)) fear and

MIAMI, OFFICE 5018 ..1. Ill' AYE, hatred here in America!
The subject cam ufi' galnwhen !
PRONE I met I If II l' s brilliant and ,
751-3073 charming Prime Ml>ister, Mrs. I

: SUBSCRIPTION' RATE a"DESPITE Golda Melt- An American suggested ,
to her thattArabs were
:: One Year, $12.00, Half Year $7.00Mailed, To You;; lazy and Incapable"of learning ("

Anywhere In Viie United States modern techolques-the same
r '. Advance THE 'LACK OF DIRECTION OF SOME BLACK lies, that many peop'le assert ,

Subscription Payable ai STUDENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE WE NEED THESE YOUNG about Negroes. ....
:. Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O.: BOX 590JACKSOpILLfeFLORIDA PEOPLE FOR THEIR IMAGINATION Mrs. Melt was visibly annoyed
INVENTIVENESS THEIR but she answered In a very ladylike ._ '
32201 NEW IDEAS AND APPROACHS? way that no, you can't say a people are lazy. '. a matter
'" ROY WLK/N3 of opportunity and education, she said, and she told of the
:; efforts Israel is making to motivate its Arab population and
.' open new opportunities for them. In her own quiet way, she
Tine For ecisioRKsgsr '
FAMU Sfideits Oppose Merger | exploded the myths and generalizations that are part and

parcel of racist thought.
Israel also has some concrete lessons for us. Its agricultural
last Wednesday s e r*r a 1 hundreds of Florida Mil Students
.iIII" Wi II"'IIIIII.I'III..r..iri''i' cooperatives) might be used as example for solving the
to the
up capital building on the hill In Tallahassee to l.i11
protest a merger of FA11U with Florida State University. The : problems fo the rural South.
ill president of the FAMU Student Government sent the speaker of 1 I Ivtslted moyshev, a cooperative agricultural coraminily.The
r the letter government gave each member a house and farmland, The
legislature the
a protesting merger and asked for a
:"promise" that FAMU will be an autonomous university for- YOUR WEEKLY I cooperative buys equipment for use by the private farmers

: ever ,, ; I and markets their goods. All have an equal voice In the government
S The student march was orderly but they used this demon of the community.As .
= stratlcn as a .ymb l' that FAMU should be a separate unlver.slty mechanization makes more and more farm laborers Jobless -
within the Florida state University system. The Speakerlet in our rural areas, it might make sense to consider a

it be known that at the present time no merger is being HOROSCOPE similar development here. Federal land grants coupled with
::t projected. If this is true, perhaps the students Jumped the GUIDE\ 1 cooperative) organization could keep people out of big city
;: gun, based upon hearsay evidence. slums leading productive lives on their own land.
:: One thing that upset the applecart at' this time Is slawsuitto Israel is also dotted with new cities.Planners carefully I arvang-:
:: force FAMU to meet Integration standards set by the federal ed for the settlement of new immigrants in new towns. Ivlsted
:: court. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER one, Kyrlat Gat, on the edge of the Negev. It's a bustling

:. FAMU is open to all students who qualify to enroll. Not as ''' : 1WHICH community specially designed to Integrate newcomers Into

:: many white students have enrolled as could have been, but ; Israelll1le.
:;' the community has a state In this venture also. \ I If a small country can do this, why can't we, with out vast
:: A lot of idle talk can be detrimental increasing Integration ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS ,, tf: \'fr '..' I open spaces plan for new towns to absorb our growing pop.

t:;+; at FAMU. Let every citizen do his part in sending students '.:#: latlon? We have more money, more planners, more industry
:::1 : to Florida A & M University. I than Israel has. But they are experimenting, while we are
I' stuck In a rut. Why
fl E FOR YBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL I Perhaps the answer lies '" the pioneering spirit, the nation. I
The CaidUate-I : building spirit of ad/enhr.e that was once so strong in America .

J- but now seems smothered by affluence and social disinterest.
'A, Good Ma.' RIMS ? If brad! has anything to teach us, It may be that this spirit
I } must be recaptured, and that our resources must be used to
Iheel ctloaot Charles' i, r.' as Mayor tor" Fayette; Mia..,' ,
l s develop our own human Rpfaptlals to create an equal society.
Iv'ttistorlc : * '" !
swcelhla I is the first time tjiata Negro haseeni .. wMMjr. <

j elected The voting iollowtoj reward the shows Reconstruction that on the Period.Fayette 'registration r M 4/b>rr4 rjll, ; -10..' + t C"r.... ;: ..l ...1 r\ "' 7"r, = '''ilIlIl. #' *" M" gV -, x '1' ,The) "College Student SpeaksBY :

.( Negroes outnumbered whites by 448 to 275 Evers defeated the "rlllUS CANCER ". CAPRICORN' D03B: BROWN, NPIIt ij
... white incumbent by 386 to 225. .
Charles Evers ran his campaign under the slogan..."Don't BOIN MARCH PORN HUE BORN SEPT.. BUN IEC. seems to me. I
vote for a black. Or a white man. Just a good man.' -That the current wave of student unrest amounts to
The new Mayer's objective for his term will be "to show that Wtt APRIL. 1ltl'. 2211 MY 22il 23r< OCT. 2W 22ri IAN. 11thGo much misbehavior manifesting itself in Indiscriminate violence so, s
,black and white can work together even black extremists and the mob action, and totalitarian tactics.
;white bigots." Weep ideas on ice. There may We all need change. Some It's a pleasure. This quarter somewhere.Apeat number Student
The Evers' campaign was indeed unique. Matching Evers' be a flood of ideas, some good people dislike holidays as a should not be unwelcome by of you undoubtedly dislike a "new and"revolutionaries"better proclaim that they are trying build
and some dangerous. This is waste of time. Others welcome crowds that overrun all world' through their rebellion, but actually
slogan is one used by Dr:'Nelson H. Harris a professor at most people since it usually they Just have a behavior
a valid for them the popular resorts from'nowon. problem based on rejection d theirparents '
reason Jotting them and rightly so, as an
Shaw the start of the summer seasonto
University of Ra1eigh''N.C. when he for seat
ran a on and :
.. down and giving them plenty of opportunity to seek'a change which all for Still, it is not good to re* by extension, all authority figures.
the It we are looking
city council. was "Elect; Nelson H. Harris, who wants Student radicals
to make good government better. thought before taking any action. of pace and scenery. Variety, ward with impatience. lured main alone at borne cooped up and their reactionary opponents are two of 4 4a
It will soon become evident thata is essential to maintain human with unpleasant thoughts 111. una. Both sides are but squaring off In the age-old bout between
We hope !that Mr. Even will demonstrate the ability of a the great outdoors, and the
authority and
few of them could become the interest as well as to provide cheerless environment. These license. And both sides are equally wrong.
black man to help a city make progress la resolving the racial. many attractions to be enjoyed we need to learn how to
and other human problems. "'. causes of mishaps, disputes, or surcease from the dally tensions -, may be tasted with relish even exist beautiful natural spots tions coordinate and synthesize our obliga
developments that may be rued that seem to be waxing before Memorial Day gets that few know about, and this. to society with out desire> to be free and Independent rather f

i' in the future. While the beautiful Instead diminishing The i, started by those who can get Is where a real pleasant and rules than merely he pitting mina drives and ambitions against the
must live
days beckon one and all to home lovers and Cancerians away a little earlier than the soothing stay may be planned. by.
enjoy the peat outdoors, the stand high in this category Make wide Inquiries and see -That sex, in Itself Is neither good nor bad; what is ciuclal
at Let The Sirtox Gol! perils of taking reckless risks appreciate the opportunity of jou're doing fine. Tie pitfalls,. bow so B It Is possible to come Is, not our attitude toward it, but how we contact ourselves

s.; on the roads or elswhere are spending add i t ion a 1 pleasant and similar opportunities, that up with the desired information sexually. ';'
Since the temporary; surtax has not warded off Inflation in a also emphasized.!' hours within their own four, were encountered during *' Sexual relations alone will not build a romance, save a re :
significant way the citizens of this country would welcome its walls whenever they can. preceding quarter may airi lationship or "prove" that one is loyal to one's sweetheart. 1
lie demise as soon as possible. 4-20'-88-15-83 .be They may only be a means of ) deceiving
I. t' :> 323 placed In the path -ore. the manipulating exploiting, or I
The people who felt the hardast pinch April 15 were the men mon h runsout. ..l-.40.13-77-32.718 one' partner.m .
: .
and women in the middle class. They are the folks who must S 7099.12.29 58S the other !land, sex can be means expressing love-as
I':r |also contend with the continual rising cost of living Not only' 5'. 6022 .18'97999SCOBPIO lone as two people have love for each other to express.
r % this fact, but suppose they want to buy a home. They will find, .Our exotically intoxicated' society glorifies sex In much the
f, fee Interest on the mortgage outrageous. ?V& U "* was put down by bluenoses of a previous age.,
When he goes to the chain grocery store, he notices the rum 1(0OOIN sexual paganism nor sexual asceticism will do.
i"t' increase in prices on the basic foods for the household. As JULY IlIAIIIS Our SM should be to channel our sexual energies in ways that

t. prices of staple items and taxes go up, these people take home .BONN APIIL BORN OCT. InN JAN. wW produce the greatest haPPiness for all, Instead,of Just
less of their salary. 23r Alt. 22i4 loving or hating our natural Impulses. .
.; The economists and governmental officials tell the average 2111 JAY 2111. Jltjl : ML..itllI ''Jit.RI.JI1IL' .That something "! wrong with a society' to which complaints

,citizen that his "excess monejr/ must be siphoned off for the Keep edging ahead. Progressmay Play it by ear: As has been I I A change of environment This RelisTthe; moment.. Most, about poverty and starvation abound at a time of record em-
go! d of the country. But what about the poor taxpayer? What. Is be slow but that's the way pointed out many times, these ,1 t often is one of the more delightful verybodr be looking forward ploymen and earnings for all segments of the population.
,,. 'thereleft which ii go jd for him? -? the stars want it for the time are days when it is wiser to holiday Interludes of the f to the may weekend u an In- What sense does tale make: me unemployment rate for Black
A careful examination of this statement would lead the thinking being. In such cases, one can follow in the wake of circumstances |(year. The balmy weather plusa ','troductlon to the many pursuits people In this Country at an all-timalow, and Black people"
citizen to wonderxwhy should the government keep "siphoning only do his> or her best from than to try and lead longweekend, .possible and pleasures that may be relIshed ai.Toeing sharply over the United States At the
off some when he doesn't have. day to day with the assurance parade. Once the direction i to roam a little further and a this coming summer,, same me gets the Impression from social critics and
Surely we baeln the nation's that the credits thus has been indicated,and the feel-: would-be
capital. leaders who can bring us gained are little wider than usually the There be some difficulties revolutionaries that starvation and amongthe
may despair
:lout of; this predicament. slowly but surely accumulating. ingappears sure, play the game case This takes some planning getting loved ones to behave unemployed art becoming problems of
dismaying proportions
The fact that the first big holiday for all it's worth. This applies by self and friends who may be rate. Unless government figures are not
or coo misleading, we surely are
New Postel \ Net Puss weekend of (the spring Jo mance everyday, and competltonro anything that is In expected to participate. It may Prove lour easel: B may still .IIYe becoming 111 a more Impoverished country. On the contrary, we
Rite +r Mil follows Day will also meaa a little more hustling to require great effort convince a nation where scan the descendants of slaves are noW
Like a lot of other people In-the nation put somewhat of a damper on .. personal Interest.77IN -make sure that all Important a key associate that there is a predominantly middle clus.
we learn that Presi other activities. But it could J The
bas been band.wrlnctDc
business concluded to about
dent Nixon's request for bobby trap bidden'.omewbere poverty are
a seven-cent rate "f' notwithstanding, we
on first-class mall boost the statistical one at the few
figures related time and to the
.is rood general countries
likely to where
be approved this We under a cover that glitters. At only 15 percent of the people
year. hope that
It will not be
to vacatlonal and highway.misbapr. can said to
19-33.-68-878 satisfaction. be
: be accepted at all> poor. (In most African and Asian countries,

!. that Senate If he Post were Office a speculator Cbarlman, "Iwouldn't Gale W. Mcghee D-Wyo., said "! \' .1 .fIIIP ","' 'r-,'90. '... 55 .-If.. '16 -."600r '3 .'40'- -19.-.63. <. 670tlt are it's NOT the other poor.).y arOUnd: Only a small fraction of the people
run out
buying '"
cent stamps; 3- 40 55 18 48-787 .JS&JZSSft admonished that ours i poverty
Postal raises In the past have not solved the operational the blanket charges would put food Into
Moms of the United States pro- : mouths d. the hungry
Office.We think
.n postal re 'ISLESDIN WhJ
/ forms must come first, and then the government could consider 'u' withis emphasis' / on poverty? MaYbe we don't bow bow to
rate Increases If they are needed. ..A.ITTAIIOSOOIN vFENO _. OI 1DcreUIne abuDdanct. Or po.s.slb1y.-u conser-
On the one hand, President Nixon has CEMINI' ti afoot to
a legitimate reason waygtorrevolutionCommunist conspiracy
pare the
of for suggesting a postal Increase to gef+ the mall services out Iiti.In IIII( Alt. NOV.Nri \| .Mtg. .flit": that wW pit class class I poverty Issue
its against "
d billion This' as Nixon sees it, is needed to meet a |1.2 1 2Sr.SU.T..22IJ OEC. 21s'Pleyt1m' '
iI Develop EIC.ntllt....
21st plant.
.21st.JUNE ;
Some governmental officials'say that the government should a'. a change fie prospect It's The first 2 days 'that may have come op last .
jay the full deficit, and then efforts. should. be made to cut thatWe Look back. With Mercury now .'of the first real holiday of the of this last quarter may not be quarter should again be taken up '
Joining 4 other planets In going vacation season may be quite entirely harmonious ones. and brought to the point when
seem to think that the Post Office should operate In the retrograde, there breathing heartening' In locations where Whatever the hope contention ft will be possible to appl Give To The
Slack. What about the other departments of government thai spell for many who may need to the weather is cooperating one may be, It persists In remain' ahem for the common good '
verate year in and out an annual deficits? .pause and analyze events of the hundred per cent. One should leg to the aggravation of every. Let ;yourself There air
past. Previous actions can be Dot mind putting in a littlenitre go.
.body concerned. B would be
off than the
more working days
viewed In a better light and .1 effort to get all necessary .wiser to try and get rid of It so .
last quarter. This Indicates that AMERICAN
: ibis Week. !II Nejre History aid future in conduct formulating that will policies be more for chores possible over so as with to u get early u earlya as u Memorial not to Day let it weekend spoil the for long more attention will have to be I CANCER,
you devoted to the details and
i'+Yr"'l'J understanding and lilt 11 It D I.' start to '
/ u one can. enjoy and e"ryonee1s.Butmabc.r. of
arrangements what to do,and
May 22, 1948 Claude McKay;/ ,.thor'dIed In Chicago Memorial Day should provide what has been planned for the .t taro that all important matters bow, thai to the cvtomarypursuits
at thgeMay 68. ,, i enough outlets for happy long weekend ahead of UI.1Iate have been taken opanddisposed The whole family
t' awr:! s? pursuits whether thesetake certain everything has been -I of before then sou to prevent should be com i jilted, tor someIOM *- SOCIETY
22, 1987 Death of place at borne or, In the out. I provided) for, Including sufficient ., ,.
J5, In New York' poet-author Laneston' Hughes. ,' at age, loors. cash.. any faultfinding laUr.oji! J J'I I! Is t to coma lit wID Jed .
s s. the s'ft'stioa. { /
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i, Delta Signa Theta Sorors Chirnetles r I WEDDING ..LtsJ j i

HoBor "Miss Jcbberwock"Jacksonville

Leonard Brown DWs1er,Z5Z'1 Chas Allen Wright 1378
Alumnae Chapter Norcella., fashion stylist of :'Lewis St.,27 and Elaine Duncan: Prince St. 27 and Jacquelyn

of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Montgomery Ward Department' 1990 W. 9th st., 21. Elaine Manlgault, Charleston,.
honored a group of high school Store. Mrs Norcella Is one of 8. C., 23.Simon .
senior girls, along with their the finalists of "ADate with OUt Samuels, 729 Eversoa St.
guests, lid"ilia Jabberwock"and Eve. 24 and Jessie Ann Oliver 931 Cull, 7978 Mattox Ave.,
her court with a superb The following Raines High Ererson St 18. 21 and Rosal/j Leaven Rkiage. i
Fashions Show on May 19 at the: students participated as fashion t 4653 Moncrlef Rd. I).

Afro-American Life Insurance models; Anl.letbullartlD, n r Y Eddie Lee t>,alI, 614 W. Beaver -

Auditorium. The show was Patsy Brlnsom, Brenda St., 22 and Nina Annette By- Hf. Ararat Choir

narrated and presented! by Mrs.: Ztmmon. Stephanie Henderson,, nes 614 W. Beaver St., 19.
d Beverly Gilbert, Renee Lilly No.2 Will

Mew Bethel Boosters Call Armstead Debra Walker Tommie Lee Edwards, 1599 ,
and Cheryl Brown Mrs. Gwen Moncrlef Rd,18 and Gloria Jean
Has dolyn J. Chandler a member Hoover, 1011 Hobson Lane, 18. Hold Unique Tea
Friendly Meeting of the .event and the other' Choir No./ I of Mt. Ararat

1 New Bethel Booster Club members of her committee. Lloyd Gibson, Jr 105J PhelpsSt. Baptist Church will sponsor the
presents an Evening With were Sorors Margaret Nixon, 49 and Mary Elisabeth Cle- annual outdoor musical tea Sunday -

Friends Sunday, May 29, at 4p.m. who coordinated models,and, mons, 1053 Phelps St. 35. afternoon May 29, at the
in her court and beautifuj>I nome of Mrs. Wilson, 2909
the home of the president --*VSMUMHB jyWUSMftiiBIBMBW Mil aWaMP* MSOTBeMMHB9SS> Mrs Serena Tolbert,1479 corsages were presented to These are the Cnarmettes, Inc., a statewide social organ; Wanton, parliamentarian; Gertba Redman, treasurer; Lillian Willie Lee Turner, 714 Duval Edgewood, from 4 to 6 pm.
West 10th. who coordinated the models,and tatlon, an established chapter in Leon County Tallahassee. Oglesby president; Sylvia Beachum, vice president Celora St. 23 and Louise Whltfleld,1725 The public: is ivlted. Artists

A special program has been Mary Ann Reed. Presentations, A. baste objective at these aggressive ladies is their eon, Dean, secretary; Bettye Stevens, chaplain Standing from W, lath St ZOo and musicians! will participate.
., prepared. The state rally: were made to "Miss Jabber-.: trtbutlon to and the promotion of civic and charitable prtrams. left are: Barbara Barrett, reporter Dorothy Harp, business
sponsored by the club: will wock" and her court andteau\= On hand to conduct the Installation services were manager. Members are: Gladys Lang Dorothy Mungen,Rebecca: Jerome Clarence Mlncey.1042

terminate Friday night May WIll corsages were presentedto Bettye Greene, executive president of Miami, and Genera Cotton, Mai Jackson, Lonnle Adams, Claire Perry and Barbara Madison St., 24 and Cynthia Three R. Industrial
30, at 6 p.m. The State of Mrs. Norcella, fashion Boynton executive: secretary, of West Palm Beach. The Richardson; not shown. The Leon County Charter membershare' Roxanne 'PI.I. 1942 Madison

Georgia will have as Its captain stylist and Soror Myrtle .organisation held its first business meeting April 17, 111119, dedicated themselves to sponsoring cultural and Social activities .St., 10LelUe
o. Mrs. Serena Tolbert. Turner president of Jacksonville .- with Lomb Adams as hostess, Plans were made for the principally to amallorate the social welfare conditions Club Celebrates
Mrs. Marie Freeman is captain Alumnae Chapter. Refreshments following year. In the picture, from left to right are: Eva' of Tallahassee's deprived communities Carlos, 1240 Daylt St.
of the State of South were served during 44 and Agnes Robinson, 1488 'The Three R Industrial Club

Carolina. William Rolbert and the fellowship tour which Frozen Foods West 7th St. 24. will celebrate its twenty

Mrs. Queen Bruton are captain followed the show. That FAMU Smile Rudolph third anniversary Sunday, May
The Fashion Show highlighted Dalley, 1219 HcConlhe
25 at Barracks on
co-captain: respect Methods FeaturedAt Gateway
the May Week activities of the St. 26 and Earlene Starling
t for Florida. Kings Road.
trtely sorority which also included the Lamont Fla. 19
Courthouse Mrs. Wllhemina Thompsonwill
Pansy Blossom following events: Bond of Devotion Porter Malloy Cummings, 929 be the speaker. OtherswUl
Night for Sorors; Worship Freezing foods is a project N. Williams
participate also.
Beaver St. 32 and Doris Marie,
service of St. Stephens sponsored by the Duval County
Circle Holds A.M.E. Church and the, Extension office on Tuesday May ,Council, 3431 Penton St, n.; reporter.

' Scholarship Test which will i27, from 9 to U:30 a.m. and

: culminate the week's activities from 7 to 9 p.m. In Room 407
Anniversary Sunday on May 24 at 8.49 A.M. at 4 t Ffr of the courthouse Another class :

The Pansy Blossom Sewing Myrtle Avenue Branch: Library, L A will be held on June 3. TIle :DR.; BOLDEN ANNOUNCES "tew PROGRAMS
series Is free. Reservations '

Circle anniversary: will Sunday have its May fiftieth 29, American Business ; : Extension should be made Home by calling Economics the AT THE'COLLEGE ..fOR' FALL SEMESTER

at the Christian AlA Hall 718
Women Present office by May 23. Phona',3554t51.
Spearing, from 4 to 6 p.m. '
Extension 310. SECRETARIAL otfflSi:
A program has been planned. ScholarshipsThe
Mrs Nellie Brown Is president. Six S I
New Redeem
Mrs. Ida Da,1I1s chairman of American Business .w
the program committee. Women's Association presented Church Choir J.BUSINESS.ADjagNlSfRA'f{ION. I :r
six scholarships on Tuesday, ,

Horning Star Prayer May 8, at the Signal Light No. 3 Rides
Meeting at Charcoal
Steak House The New Redeem Baptist COORSE'
Band Announces Tea Miss Anita Muller, daughterof Church Choir No. 3 will give a' .

ride to Daytona Beach Saturday, .
+ The Morning Star Prayer Mrs QentlDe Muller,1514
31. The bus will leave the
Harper Street, was a recipient.
Band, 932 West 18th, will havea au
Miss Diane Sherman, daughter wL R chrucb at 8.30 a.m.
spring Tea Sunday, May 25, BUSINESSESENROLL
Sherman. 350
of Mrs. Claret
from 4 to 8 p.m., In the home rile '
of Rev Alma Mitchell. West 17th Street, was another ; Twelve Christian TODAYSend
Rev. W.M. 1.&vant. Jr. will Mrs Muller and Miss Shermanare ---- 'c ..,.
speak. Mrs. D. Gardiner and seniors at St. Vincent's Club Plans Tea
Hospital School of Nursing The P'mj for your free catalogue
Mrs B. Frederick will be 4TY
Twelve Christian Club, Name
in charge of devotions Mrs. D. scholarships totaled $1,900. a. The
Wiggins will serve as mistress will haveaSplrltualTeaSunday, Address
29 In the home of Mrs Telephone-
of ceremonies. Mrs. C, 3roo':: May ,
Duval Nurses Meet 3959722Apilicitioi
Willie Mae Curtis, 2158 Registrar
will :bring the welcome address ,
;Talladega Road from to 6 p.m. '
:Grist; participants will be Mrs. And Honor MemberThe Mrs. Glannle Scurry will be Diidlin All 1St 19, 196)
Verna Thomas, Mrs M.Sutton
Mrs. O. Sampson, Mrs. M. Duval Mae the speaker.Mack Is leader.Evangelist Mrs.Erlle Ada Call Mon;f rue,Wed, .and.Fri 7.30: To 10;00 P M .
Dallas: E.Whttlay, Mrs. G: County-Stanton Vocation :
Johnson, Mrs. Julia Hamilton; LtOseftmctiealNurse Alumnae met recently ia Brown is president ,BOLDEN'S, :COllEGE ,OF MUSICJ818W. ,

Yarick Memorial In the home of Mrs. Estella Councilwoman, W20h, STREET''
Wilson on West mist Street. ( ,. S
After the meeting members Singleton Speaks

..o'.c.s sang Happy Birthday to Mrs.R. Lovely Brenda Sermons (left), a Junior sociology major from Perry, smiles as she Is told
Winners. Mrs. Winners received that she has been elected "Mss| ROTC" for 1969-70 by the cadets of the Florida AIM University For Duval Nurses
many beautiful gifts and ROTC unit Sharing the honor with Miss Sermon is her attendant, Emma Richardson, OIWO1'tK
Deal Day Sin. cards., ,a sophomore speech major from Leesburg.lidepeideit Councilwoman Mary L.ClnmlA GIV.
Luncheon was served by Mrs. ....t......uu AM .w ill ftk...* '.'.%..*. speaker
at the benefit tea sponsored by sAt hs piece b tAy... ANNIVERSARY
Dual Day will be observedat Wilson The next meeting will 90'
Varlck' Memorial A.M.E. be June 19 in the home of Mrs Riverside Church the Duval County-Stanton Vocational -

Zion Church Sunday beginning Hazel Cherry, 4264 Katanga Licensed: Practical INNTIIN301 IUAN ST.F' .

with the Sunday School at 930. Drive North. Mrs. Catherine Aiioiices Quid Fellowship Tee Leaders Plan Nurses Alumnae Sunday May
Guest superintendent is Mrs. Jones Is president. . 29, from 4 to 6 p.m., in the
Elolse Edmonds Guest The independent Benevolent.Society ,marks and announcements.In Afro Building, Union and Ocean
teachers Rev P. Henderson, Mrs. E. Mitchell Inc.,Will bold!Fellowship charge of the offertory will Helping Black Streets. t
Tea Sunday. May 25, from' be Mrs. Stewart
Mrs. Vera Wilson and Mrs. Ruby *Riverside Church of New York This is a benefit affair. The
\ 'a to 5 p.m., at the West Union Estella Barnes. Other participants public is invited to attend.Mrs.
; Cleo Boston. Guest revlefor has agreed to donate a fixed
Presents Baptist Church In the Educational will be R Jeremiah
will be Walker L. West. Students percentage of the annual Income Catherine Jones Is president 1 5'
( Morning worship begins at V Building. Robinson, Deacon Perry Robinson to help alleviate poverty in
Presidents of all will'namely Noted MathematicianAt "
lodges and Joseph Long, as well as
' 11.00 with choir No. I serving. In Annual MusicalMrs. America. This Is inresponsetodemands
participate : No. 1,Mrs. William Vivian
, will or Cherry militants.
Mrs. A.J. Warren Druid of Black\
Elsie T, Sampson; No. I.Willie Mrs. Eva J. Jones and Deacon
J Mrs. Leona Daniels "w.peak Rev Earnest T.Campbell, EW College
E. Mitchell
prominentand Stewart; No. 3., Mrs L.M. Wright will speak.Jacksonville.
during the morning worship.! senior minister of the Interdenominational
well known
teacher of '
No. 4 Mrs.A.Royals
Fleming ,
Other who will participate( : music will ; ; Church, made the Mr. Herman Meyer, professor ,..
present a number ,No. 5., Mrs. Alice Yarborough! I s r Dy, .
Mrs., Rose McQueen, Mrs.: of her students Monday,May 28, and No. 6. 8.11 Violet. comment on a radio address on of Mathematics at the University -
JoAnne Davis, Mrs. Evelyn ,at 7 p.m., In the auditorium of Rev. C.O., Culver Is Grand the church's station WRVR-FM- of Miami served as a con
West. Mrs Rose Jackson,Mrs. I The church also said thatFormaia' sultant to students and (acuity ''
Ephesus Academy 1780 Wed' y
president. Mrs. Elsie T. Y I b
Lala Llmbric Mrs Annie Edgewood Avenue. Others Barbers "invasion" of a few May 13 and 14 on the campus of f Ys G > r a
Sampson deputy. The Jacksonville:
Williams, Mrs. Christine weeks the church "a Edward Waters College.
ago gave
assisting Mrs. Mitchell ,
are On the Finance Committee are Association will bold its Installation -
The Included remedial
Brown Mrs Lucinda Bacon, rude and Jar rylDr insight Into agenda
Rev. ib., Washington and Mrs.+ Mrs. IX Fleming,Mrs.Fannie services: Sunday, May walls" work, teacher education
Feltoo and Mrs Willie M. Hart 29, at the Bethlehem! Baptist and mathematics
Bernice Dixoo. Dr. Campbell concluded that courses pure ,
On the committee are Church at 8 ,
program _
A musical program will be p.m. the church, considered "of the Individual conferences were
Mrs. Elsie T, Sampson, Mrs. The church Is located at Sixth'and '
told mathematics
with the
presented at 3:00 by the youth establishments", will a
Fannie Feltoo. Madison .
: : ,
with Mrs. Evelyn P. Williams substantial amount of time available faculty.Dr.
presiding. Participating on the The program follows: Opening AH barters are urged to to to Blacks and Puerto Meyer stated that he founda
Selection, Mystic Musicians; present. Ref.' -W.L, William,
program will be Glories of Ricans. tremendous amount of Interestamong
Faith Miss Breoda Ivey, Miss Scripture: and Prayer Welcome Deacon pastor, will speak.Rev. Flagleris He did not say how much income the matte majors In the 1

Ida ,Moss Williams Rains Mack Moore, Ira..; president. Eugene R,-Sawyer will be given the Blacks, art of pure mathematics. MOMI
address Mrs. MarthaCummings Is .
reporter :a
Senior High School Ensemble ;
Response, Mrs.

and Evening others.worship .will begin at Mary Nellie Smith Smith;; Solo Occasion, Little, Miss Mrs. First Coriith ;Your professional beautician Reg. 19.99, sparkling rayon pileSx2'ROOM

7.00 with the
minister pre- IM. Fleming; Boo lira.'lbomasllla Ushers knows the answer. .
siding. Appearing on program No. 3
will be the Mt. Sinai Male SIZE RUG
of Mrs.Mahel !
Chorus, Mrs. Wyanster Hold
.Jackson, Curtis Gordon, John MRS, MITCHELL Melntyre; Speaker Rev. Protect
A.F. Cummings pastor of West
Gray, Robert Carter Mrs. '
jtetha Lang Robert Jackson and Mrs Aldonla Joyner Mrs. Union Baptist; Solo, Miss Usher Board No.: I of First Clamour underfoot! Foam

Mr. Wallace Green Clementine Wiggins, Mrs. geneva Taker; Offering. A. Corinth Baptist Church willserve Is peroxide needed to rubber backed. no need
and Mr. Xlrklans Remarks
Margaret Bacon and Mrs. Jones
; dinners and deliver
Rev. C. Frank will deliver the
sermon. Esther Raiming. Deputy Elsie Sampson dinners Saturday May 24,from color unwanted hair? for a rug pad. In your favorite 1777

Mrs. Clarlae Llmbric: Is Students to be presented at this .and Rev. C.L. Culver.Refreshments 12 until, at 17d West Sixth gray selection of many

chalrlady: of the women's department .gala affair, which is open tothe will be served lathe Street. Call 393-9972 for Information ',_.brilliant fashion hues.
and William C. FordIs public, will be; Brenda dining room. Hostesses will and service. Mrs. ." : _
chairman of the men Rev Chlsholm, Audrey McNalr be: Table No.,' I, Mrs. Nellie Jester lain charge. Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
A.J. Warren Is minister. Anita McCoy Michael Warren, sf+. smith; No. 1, Mrs. Fadle hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical relaxing #,. Ymlme
:: Angela Walker Dwight Hawk, ti. Terry Miss Leila B. Rick -can dull s woman's appearance and make her look older
Anthornetta Bess, LatrellBess, ,and Mrs. Margie Major. Miss BostoiottosWill than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging I : ftiun Lew/, Mfrw-sr/efe
FLA. Gwendolyn Redding, Patricia ''Rick: win be dean of hostesses. effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
CALLAHAN, Foster, Theresa Halrsin.: Usher Board J No., Z .of West halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color while
Patricia Ann Calvin Johnnie B.Oa1tber. Union will sene.Participating Appear coloring gray. PlASTIC IIAPES57C

Third Mt.'Zion Baptist! Church James Matthews. in the program Professionally-trained hairdressers know the importance of
Vivian Ellis.. will be: Rev. WL. Gbuiton, their customers' preferences when unwanted becomes
gray a '
will have tb.iranII1..rlUf
of 0-NeiI, Fla., And: Terri. Ellis Benjamin, Mrs. Elva Jones, Mt. Pleasant;' li Recital problem. These experts also know that Clalrol created semi-

29, at e p.m on at Sunday the church.: May Williams. Gall Jones,Margarita B.thesrri,Emily Mary Ann Mr*. Alice Boston and the permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide ri1ii : ;
,' Rev. t. Goto of Catlahan will Dorm, Leroy Jeerlll,. Harriet Tlmmons, BostonettM will appear In a to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They

r ;' be the speaker. Rev,:ADennl- Coleman, Cheryl Chlsholm, Let'more Singers, Mt. Olive recital Sunday, May 25, at 8 also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical
Jacqueline Smith, Meta Earl, Primitive .Gospel Churns Because of its mildness
,field Is pastor. Rev. Gibbs to ,' p..., la the Midway Tabernacle processing. Loving Care maintains
assistant pastor. His topic will Robin Mitchell Roslyn Mlxon, Second Baptist musicians Mt. Baptist Church of Arlington. healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. Lined beauties of white
''be "Bo" Will Your Letter- Norma Mont 10 III er 1,ShIrley. Sinai Male Chose. Combined.Choirs Mrs Alice Phillips will also tofeatured. Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her .r r pebbly-textured plastic
EndrBAKSEasuopi Galney Odell Johns and Lynda of Caderhnrst Holiness ., Mrs. Ellen Williams hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. overlaid with colorful
Johns. Church of God, Royal Taber- Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clalrol products. print.. Just wipe clean.
And: Rib i Dee Jones, Ntta nacle: Male Chorus and Com-' Oo Shy, JIIIt.. Boston 'and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most K 1 108",width overall. Many
Wilson, Shirley Ba11t.0reCW1 Dined Choirs, Union Male .personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon. \
: what ,h.-; Gloria Deyoe Darlew Chores* Arth GVrtL Singers. and the group win be concert I If you dislike gray and want no peroxide why not ask your patterns and colors.

generation Isn't coming Batwrwh11t. Beverly Defoe", ,and community Il. at Aliens Chapel AWE: Church beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care?, /I'I'I'N
younger Carol Grady .and Peggy. Mrs. Jessie Waler with. .to Bayard, Fla. Mrs. Jessie ..., ;AI AI N 11 IAN I HI' REP'' -MfN \i 'Nl [>
to. Catholic Digest-April. .CWrol Inc.1M7 CourtMyof Clelrol$ Inc.i
Simmons., Alfonso Jones: will.,mate re- Powell Is the sponsor. r. ..

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St. Jones AME Cksrch Lists S0pportii| A Worthy CBISO arx TIME THE GREATEST TEACHERS "

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CliUren's Hon For Jut 8.Cb1ldreD" I BY RE?, S.P. NESBITTiSing 1

Hour will be observed of Mrs. Mary Ford of 8020 ."TlIDe..r. growing older, teaches t71 thiDI" is a kDowtedIDOIt fact that
at New St. James AYE Cleveland Road. reasonable! mID would not attempt to deD1: All

Church Sunday, June 8, at 4 Mrs. W.E.A. Harris sponsorof begins with! experience aDd all ecperl.eDCt is pined within iG the the
the project says this will therefort better
p.m 'cat'lOr1 or time' ourselves let time
At that time the youths will be a most colorful and Inspiring achool we-cu'm life f

present a literary program, event. teach .
choir furnishing are at usual. there seems to be a
with the children's Other services illlice. it alvaye
the music. Miss Olivia The minister,Rev.A.D.Harris j \ master plan for tilt ccsstaal2ychangingchanYioQ process,Wt asanme that,
Hogaa U pianist and Mrs.Battle will speak In the morning jt the rllultaw11llea4toa coocIeIId.Ia nature U rains and storms
Perry Director.A services Infant! baptism will be DId many times It is cloudy, cold aDd hot. No matttr what JIe
unique feature of the administered during this 11 w. are able to live through it, .expecting
Children's Hour will be the service. Baby Katrlna Braggs ;{ '; better art more favorable to the future.
BABY CONTEST in which will be christened. The Sunday (1if1 iJrJt. '! ; THE PAST CAN TEACH US-Th record of the history of.

several beautiful babies will School begins at9.30am. The >. .. ,'d'f; .' mankind, through all natural social, JlllJlical, cultural, reltgtous
compete for prises. church lslocatedat2128Forest.St. I' ; : ;'f; Intellectual and other changes, attests the tact of the'presence ,
Many babies will participate of a guiding principle la existence which makes good,

and will be sponsored. "\\4. ". .. },.:.,. ,(} :t lied, evil, beauty, bitter sweet, positive and negative combineIt
:Baby Tony Wilson; son of Mr. .H' ; 4. .... I workable system that proves to be good for all Sometime;
and ) rs. Robert Wilson, 3064 Paul AME ( It may swear that things are out of control, but the "higher ,
Basque Drive, is the grandsonof powerbrines everything Into proper focus again.Job* aware
MM. Mary Johnson. Toe ambitious group of workers above is preparing for toe Samuel O. Pearson, business manager, Mrs. Olo M. Williams, Ii ttus tact is to plac. one In a position where he keeps his
Baby Katrina Braggs,daughter Chorus. In ConcertThe presentation, la concert, of Archie Dennis in a concert at Mrs Celestine Washington Attorney John L. Arnold, Mrs. hope alive for he has the assurance that everything happens
of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bragg Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday night, May 23, at 8 p.m., In John L. Arnold, Willie Lamar, G... Scott, Lewis J. Howell; ultimately for the better In this "best of all possible worlds"
of 241 Woodlawn, is an entry. Gospel Chorus of St. Paul a benefit performance. Dennis Is a former member of the I Seated, from left: Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith, Mrs. Lucille Scott, rw reports of archaeological excavations tell us how fire,
Baby Kathy Yvette Scott, AME Church will give a spring .Roberta Martin! Singers and possesses a rich voice. Provice; president, Mrs Ethel Bannister, Mrs. Lucille Mote, brimstone volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, famine", &D4
daughter of Mr. and lira. Dan recital Sunday, Kay 25, at 115: ceeds will go for the Metropolitan Nursing Rome for the aged.. president Mrs. Ada Reeves, financial secretary and Mrs. disasters ,destroyed cities and para: of rich civilisations.
Niwkirk of 1611 Myrtle: is in the auditorium of St. Peter's Some of the members of the committee, shown, above, are: Ara Norton.-Pboto Bob Smith Fashion SMIos. Historical records tell u how wars, Insurrections, revolts,

another: AME Church, 30th. and. .Lee.: corns, youth demonstrations adult demonstrations, rebelliousagainst
Baby! Michael Pratt,son of Mr. I.... Townsend will Denatured organised Institutions and political regimes all combined -

Samuel Pratt, and grandson of in several numbers for the Self-Denial Diy National Svnday School Training to bring Into being a better life for people everywhere.,
benefit fo the church.The
llrs. Minnie Pratt of 'Madisonwill public WINNER To be sure, some things which were classified as good were J

be in the running. is is invited. Rev. R.V. Wallace Listed For Mt. Zion Union Covenes In Miami In J. destroyed sacred places were Invaded!, raped and overturned,
Other contestants; rlelng for pastor. Ellsha Gray is i .. brilliant and honorable men were put to death, and countless

the laurels,will be Baby Andrew sponsor. Self-Denla Day dbs'ervance' 'MIAMI, FLORIDA-JKor than .Congress, Wednesday after millions lost their lives. It seamed terrible>> that these things

Bernard Dixon, son of Mr. and will be held in the Mt. Zion 13,000 messengers and visitorsare noon, like otherafternonswif should !happen, but so much good resulted. .
Mrs. formanSlmon of 2126 West Methodist Publishing A.M.E. Church on Sunday, May expected to attend the 64th be given over to discussion There was a time in the history! mankind that the black men

40th; Baby Alexander Dozier, PlaguedFor i5, at the U.OO o'clockServlces annual session of toe National groups, special projects and toe of the world were In control Other nations and people well,
son of Mr. Mrs. Arthur Dopier, House .with Miss Alva Barneti' Sunday School and Baptist W.R. Jernalgin lecture ..erlea.WecIollldaYeYeDiDliscommOD.. happy to be Identified! with them, to be like them and to adopt,
sponsored by Mrs. Sallle hulk presiding. Training Union Congress of the .their various practices' The Hebrews, the Persians, the Assy*,
1 of New St. James ; Baby Rooda PrejudiceNEW The speaker for this occasion National Baptist Convention, ly known as Booker T.Washington runs and other groups' have all had their place in the sun, with

L Boyd: Hubbard, grandbaby of Mrs. Annie YORK: The Methodist will be Miss Ruth E. Busty, U.S.A. Inc., here, June 16-22, Night! Dr. R.W.Puryear,. various benefits and/or detriments resulting from actions that I
And 2149 West 18th. Publishing Rouse In Nashvillehas member jCntraUC.M.E.\ .' Dr. Edward A. Freeman is they took ft is interesting to note that no particular ethnic group,
Baby StacySemanda been picketed for racial Church, and a member of the president'Rev, Thedford, has been able to maintain the status quo, and no particular,
Darts, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. discrimination. The picketers Faculty of Wm Rains High Johnson Is chairman of the entertainment political group or world power has been able to keep itself,
Davis of 2590 McCoy have contended that only by force School. Miss Baety will be Introduced committee.! enthroned perpetually. There Is some evidence to corroborate
Boulevard, Richard Ford!, son has the organization chosen to : by Miss Waymola All plenary sessions of the the theory that the most successful of the controlling groups,

'Sweelfield Baptist employ any Blacks. Stone, graduate of FAMU anda Congress will be held ia or powers were those which Integrated men Into the scientific,
The picketers contend that the member of St. Plus Catholic spacious Dinner Key Auditorium industrial, cultural, administrative and supervisor functions/ of
Methodist publishing house is Church. kIsS COMMENCETA: DUNK) South Bayibore Drive. govermental economic de"lopmeot.lJI4whichrepr4e4the
\ Will Hear bypassing important matters. Miss Carolyn Sbehee, conference Special projects will be la the rights and privileges of all men In spite of efforts! to perpetuate

: Last year Project Equality a branch president-YPD, The smiling young lady In the Allapettah and Miami Jackson. themselves, there was always a weakness that caused the
I! Rev, J.A. Oliver national interfaith movement will give the occasion soloist picture is non other than little High Schools both located In particular power in control to lose out and give way to another.
was set up. The governing convention will be Miss Joyce Taylor, a Miss Comenceta Dunn. Miss the same area of toe city. kind of leadership. It should further be added that there Is no
y Rev. JA. Oliver will speak last year recommended member of the DaySprlng Baptist Dunn is the winner of the Miss One of the highlights of toe evidence! to establish the fact that the color of the people
,at both services at Sweetfield that all of its institutions Join Church and a student of Faith Temple Contest for 1969. week will be the keynote address determined their leadership but rather theret erecertalnother
Baptist Church Fourth and in. This would Involve the resealing Jacksonville Junior College. The contest was enthusiastically of Dr. Horatio $. Hill, Dean of vital factors which made it expedient that certain groups take <(<
l Iturlson, Sunday, May 25. of statistics onemploy- .,Other young people partlclpa- supported and closed out the Congress, Tuesday morning leadership at a particular time In history.
Deacon J.W. Anderson, publicity ment log on the program will be 'Sunday, May '18, in the audi following toe devotional and memorial DR. PURYEAR ,THE KtCSENT CAN DISCIPLINE US-The times In which we
chairman for the church, Since the furore arose, a few Gerald Miller, Olivia Small, torium of the church at 1635 services. Rev. W.C. now live should help us to get a proper picture of what life
reports an Increase In attendance Black executives have been Students at E. W. C.j Janet East 21st. Elder Amos D erring Thomas of Ohio will deliver the of Florida Baptist for all is becoming Through research, evaluation and proper
and hi activity.Sunday added." An Investigating Hanklns Student of Jacksonville, IS pastor inspirational address Tuesdayevening. president "The conduct all of us can make this our "Finest Hour." New doors '
School began at 9.30, committee will not make reports Junior College and St. John's The Congress sermon College, will speak on and are opening to all men. Attempts are being made to adjust,
Sunday Deacon Anderson outlined until this tall. Baptist Church; Mrs Royce Mt. Zion AME ,will be preached to this session Church Related will College also,speak Inequities; plans and programs are presently in operation, and,
the lesson No. 1 and No. Rev James M. Lawrence, of Lee Wilder, Mrs. Beverly S. by toe Rev. Louis Brooks of Whitney Young others are forthcoming !to enhance the status of all men, and
2 Choirs sang. Rev. W.C. Memphis, president of the Black Williams Misses Evelyn Copeland Tennessee. The welcome period during this period.The session special places are to be provided for those who take advantage
Murray spoke in the morning Methodists for Church Renewar, Veronica Wade, Gaynor Choir To Observe will be conducted by the local Thursday morning two highlights, of available opportunities to prepare themselves to perform'needed .
service. Rev W. M. Ltptrot told Blacks and whites that the Clay, Miss Lillian Mae Kendall, committee. The response to toe will feature of President services.We .
spoke In the evening.Rev. time has come for action. A Student at Jacksonville University Founding Sunday welcome greetings will be given first, the appearance of should use our time, energies, resources and Intellectual.
and a
A. Anderson of Mt.Tabor time has come for action. Another -- Miss Helen Thomas,Olivia by toe Rev. Louis Beauchampof Jackson Directors of group the National abilities wisely. Smiles are rosier to produce than frowns;
Baptist d Palatka4s preaching the United Methodists Thomas Gloria Wisconsin. officers respect and mutual regard rights and privileges of
group, ... Pips, fc Curtis Choir No. 1 of Mt. Zion AME: Convention,
tMswja.raiW'iAReXSWWRBCjstels for Church Renewal, Davis, a student at the Bishop Church, Soutoilde, will observe, Dr. Maynard P, Turner will Baptist others should lot be saerUt .. jg what appear to be temporary .
asking :advocates boycott against the Kenney. .t. Its flity-flrstannherlary.u, address the Wednesday morning U.8 A. ., JDc..Official, greetings Dt' .J.H. 'gam*" or" benefits, because time win prove;,(hat it.,
I all trutees to be present Sun' Nashville business if the Methodists : The public Is invited to attendthis Sunday, May 25, at 7 p.m. assembly,diCtoehem ;a M the will Jackson Jt e followed taught! by T3J the annual, causes''less' trevbU who we,respect o herr.thea.PheD xe

day. Mrs. Madeline Judge is e have not Joined Project very interesting Youth Pro- Choirs of the city .and local address of Dr. EX; Freeman, disrespect' them. A Hollar hmsted m bread does more for
I chairman of Women's Day. Equality by July 15. gram. Miss Delphine A.Thomas artists will participate. The of the Congress. The the brain ia the head !than a dollar Invested In certain drugs,
I Deacon Sam Williams is chair' Black leaders have also been "'conference Branch Y.PJ public Is invited. Mrs. Vernell RITES SETMRS. president of officers will follow dope and other unprofitable stimulants. An afternoon spent

man. Deacon-I.W., Anderson. is sent into Innerclty areas to Director is in etargeof Taylor is president Rev. .J., 'Dr.election Freeman's address. in the reading room c: the library, i training center or in
reporter., stimulate local leadership. arrangements. C. Bannerman is pastor. some productive ac tlvity mal prove helpful now and in the

Grant Memorial future. To be courtjors, polite, clean, alert and respectfulto
: everyone can certainly do so mini good now to make the
Church "present of the future present" look good for all concerned.
EARNING and LEARNINGBoys 1 b Ends BOth THE FUTURE B NOW-The beautiful oak trees that give ,

shade in our neighborhood were once little acorns. Perhaps i
Annual ProgramGrant there were some who could not appreciate the potential of the

A. Girls Can Make Money Memorial AILS Church oak trees when they were acorns, but within the shell of the
will end its anniversary celebration little acorns was to be found all that was to give expression Is''

Sunday, May 23,. beautiful trees It matters not how Insignificant some of the;
; The church was founded 80 present programs, projects or systems for present and future

,. years ago.Services. development< appear; judging from the past and evaluating the
FloridS'tari* Are ,. I,' ,,
Hundreds Ot Newsboys, : ..,. ; I \ will be usual Sunday.The present, we are led to conclude that the future must come out'
I / ", .. '. ;;II Sunday Church School begins of what we now ha/e. !K we are to have a better social order,
s' $ r = ', at 9.30. better skilled people, qualified people in all levels of life, and
EARNING From to' 10.00 ,Weekly, 't"k. \ ,.. ,,: ANNIE: B. LIPTROT, conditions that
; .; At thelOIS: service Dr. are favorable for full development for all people
Mrs. Annie B. Liptrot mother Reddlck, pastor, will preach now is the time to make our future secure.
And LEARNING to. do business. "fif/h j : of toe Rev.William Bolt Liptrot, from the theme "LUt'. Lost Time is moving and so are we, what the future is becoming It
pastor of the Second Baptist Source of Power." At 6.45 the certainly will be. We can learn from the past, we can prepare

YOUNGSTERS I If You yon are smart' Church, and widow of the late minister will discuss "Lost in the present, and we can all live well in the futl1l'.. Let's
.! Rev. JJS. Llptrot, died SundayMay We Forgot: make every moment count In profitable activity without demanding
'" I :, U, at a local hospitalfollowing The Youth Choir and Usher.Bard Immediate answers and solutions to all of the problems
and want to own '
earn your money ,
", a long illness No. 4 will serve throughout and conditions which effect us. As we work together in time,
Mrs. Liptrot was widely known toe day. At 3 p.m. Dr. YaleB. .taklar advantage of every opportunity for good, new melatlons <
this is the way to do it, as a church worker, educator Bruce, pastor of Mt. Olvle will come to u and make us to know that the real
and business womaa. She was AME Church, will preach the answers and solutions are Just a matter of time..

PARENTS! Your child .may not need ., toe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. closing anniversary program '
Eff Right and sister of Mrs. All group leaders are requested CME Bishop Elijah MtrchisoiWests
1 Gladys Williams. to make their financial I

i money, but the training' glined"s' a.. ; New The York late In worker 1894. was born In seater reports service.during toe 6.4S p.m: Clench of Fstsre Moves.

r .k ,Mrs...Liptrot was widely known St. The Right Reverend Elijah p.Murcb1soa of now virtually separate- IdeV,
newsboy will help him to be successful Mrs. Liptrot attendedClement, Thpmas Baptist presiding bishop of .logics Into clow nlatIol1sl1l l.:
Music Conservatory ia Macon, the Fifth Episcopal District of The prelate opposed the used
Ga. and later became a musician Pulpit Board Meets the CME, Christian Methodist popular music orchestrasfor I
.i in later life. Many of the most successful In various churches,among Episcopal Church, embracing the! presentation of church
n. St.Thomas Baptist Church
them being Freemont Temple Florida and .Alabama, was the
music. He expressed great admiration
men were Newsboys. Start A RouteS Baptist, Macon, SprlD&hU181p- Pulpit Aid Board will bold the featured speaker Sunday morning for toe Ellington musk"
tist, Jacksonville and Sweet- monthly meeting on May 28 at at Central Methodist
in the educational build f.ltthatchard1e.aruimpl1'"oat
l I field Baptist, Jacksonville, 7 p.m. Church, u a special guest for of place"when they eschew
All members to
ing. are urged
'" She was a former member of the Dual Day celebration.
Anywhere. You Live In Florida: I. the Sweetfleld Christian Aid be present and on time. Mrs. Bishop Murchlson, who reminds He use spoke of their admirably own musicians.of Roy ,
\ Clayton president
Society, a member of Second one much of a college
; : ,Wilkins and his efforts .la the
Rev. W.C. Neal Is
,1t": Bethel Baptist! Church, where pastor president, has been ia the 'am of civil rights. *
\ she was a Mother. The late for eleven
I episcopacy years. Bishop Murchison of a
'\ T A Mister spoke
; 'iiI, ; ,"'. educator, was a co-founder ofhe spoke oa number of topics
.t"-'. '; I need of a purge .in the chrch
t, ( Freemont Temple. Baptist but chose u a principal lined '
I ,'; 1 and la the ..IDler.. There
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: iY Church Jacksonville. thought the theme "Drawing
Nwi'fJi. ( '' res. y ,should be more devoted workers
''i.' Mrs. Llptrot was the mother of the Line. Perhaps u arelated to
I i" willing serve hi the conuaunlty. -.
seven children. Rev. Liptrot, subject Bishop Mtrchlsoo mentioned There are too many. he
.' t Yea li lasiaiss I a son is vice moderator of tileGat.way "Friendly Obstacles." said who like toe I
1 we'll Pit j 1 [ d. '' c;; are trogii
St. Association
: Joseph The text wu taken from the They Jump aDd then sit down,
,_ HI" ," \II"
II and
I secretary of the .Sixth Chapter of Epheslans and
.FILL' OUT, THIS COUPON 'TODAY. M. QFrAByDA Ministers and Deacons' Onion the tenth verse.,
I .", ... \ ,.) u well as pastor of toe Second The eminent leader reminded Unity Christian (I.b'
STAR=2323 Moocrief Road;',ta uoDYWi,Florida( ; T. Bethel Baptist! the' large congregation that

f The late leader was a faithful sometimes one mast take a
.worker with her husband 'stand, but also he said, a per Holds Spring Tea
......--._ .-----....-........ .------...... ... -. when he pestered Sweetfleld son should be sure of himself.
'1: sT. the Unity Christian Forum
i FIRST NAMEIf NAME Baptist Second .Baptist and ::.. Be warned of attacks upon the Club will hold Us spring tea
otter churches She alsooperated church and reminded hundreds
ia the home of Mrs. Hansen
: ( ,:;.., : *., I a business and markettor that the young people are, expecting Sunday. May 2S, at 3.30 p.m.
J. several years ae'Y W1iAE.'Young, above, and demanding consideration
Mrs. lives at 1J5'WI.t
ADDRESS, STREET, It .NUMBER PHONE NO. Among survivors are Mrs. ,pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist .in tlltc.urclprocnm.
I ?, 't", Ethel Liptrot, substitute Church, 903 East Union Be wondered if there is such a Among participantswill
be Deacon MrsAaaa ?
1 I teacher, seven grandchildrenJosetts Street was among five Negroes thing as a "balance" la life and
Wells FraakliMiss
; Send my child the FLORIDA STAR on r Janet Judy JosephlU who received degrees from toe felt toe church has been too Mrs.
; credit to start Mm IB business. I will pay the Jordan and William Bolt Jr., Lather Rice Seminar, Dr. lethargic m Its approaches.. for Adams, Miss Sereldra Jonesv
I FLORIDA STAR 15? for each copy be sells.,Those broUer-la-law Her Robert Gee tatty president.Rer. progress of the change. Betty Deacon
that are. not sold!, .1 will ritur,a and will not be Williams a brother, Calvin; Young received toe degree Bishop Murchlson brought anew Davis, Juanlta Law, R;
II. L. Williams Miss BrendyLaw
I required to pay for unsold copies. and nephews larl Jackson, 'of Master of Theology, theory later-church, Mrs. Alice, Robinson Ramp
Joseph Br n. Norman Jackson Commencement essrclseswere action. He suggested that white .
l. '
(.t. Dawsoa Jr. and others' tfAH
.o;. .,. 'If a ", .. : and. Mrs. Gladys Williams,' May ISTDsgms awarded the lid blacks try exchanging a lewof cUbs, of, tt and. toe
sister. Funeral services willbe : Negroes ran the gamut from their members. tor shorter or,
bnttet Mrs. Bnlaktobbtas
tnn1U.T1JRE PARENT OH GUARDIAN Saturday. at 3 at Sweet- Bachelor of Divinity to Master longer t of public art. *
bead member is eosamlttM chairI. -
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I Forman' $500,000,000 Reparations-c..., Manifesto Acclaimed By Black Churchmen; I

Excelsior Singers In Concert Natioial Conmittee Seeks t

,TCHUR NEWS I Moioy From Private Uiits -* "

NEW YORK, N.Y., May 9--The National Committee of Black ,:.

Churchmen today released the text of a statement calling ? q
HOLSETCMESunday : + 1jJ
James Forman "a modern-day prophet" and backing the deA
School' begins at 1:30: with Hit. Blrtha Griffon In mauds of the "Black Manifesto1 which Forman presented
charge, assisted by staff and teachers. The lesson win be to Riverside Church last Sunday and to the Roman Catholic ?iv+
renewed by the pastor. The moraine services will begin at Arch-diocese of New York toda "II
11 a.m. The evening service at 5:30. Cboir rehearsal
begins the' fund. oH
The manifesto, adopted by bate to this reparation
Thursday :
night. Prayer Is Rev.
meeting Tuesday night National Black Economic Development "Many of the foimdatlons/"tilt *?
OX McElvln is pastor. Mrs. llae Gilbert'Is' secretary
I Conference meeting statement said, "are the crea- A

TABERNACLE BAPTIST Detroit two weeks ago.Includes.a < lures corporations whose ,I)
1y r. demand for 3500,000,000 in founders and stockholders '
Sunday School begins at 9:30 C. Reed Is in
: a.m
reparations to be paid by the amused Incredibly huge x
Ref.'Young will deliver the sermon at U a.m. An youth choir'-' 1 '
churches and synagogues of. fortunes from a capitalistic :
and Usher Board Ho. 4 will The W.E. club and
serve. Young W
America for the part In system which was rooted and
jtto.Wffllng Workers will meet at 1:50 In the home
Sunday p.m. ji
of t.
centuries of economic exploitation grounded in the exploitation
,of Deacon and Mrs. Kola Jackson. All youth choirs will rehearse '1
of black people. our for.fathers."
Wednesday at 5 JO The teachers will beat J
: p.m. meeting via
ecumenical blak
The NCBC Board of Directors' The organ-
8:34. Prayer will be at
statement urges "black action formed two years ago %*

.MACEDONIA BAPTIST caucuses (within: predominantlywhite by leaders of 12 denominations Jo
d denominational and the stated that "the black church r
Usher Boards No. and 3 win celebrate their anniversaries
: 1,1 P r toas
black denominations to play does not stand In the same dock
:Jointly Monday night at I p.m. All choirs of the church will I ,3 the *
major roles In Interpreting the the white church before -
render music. Sunday School at':3Ow11b Tyrone Merchant
opens J
lustiness humaneness and bar of Justice. Black churcheswere
and teachers In The will review
charge. pastor or an appointee *
theological soundness of the the victims rather than *
the lesson. Consecration services will begin at 10:45 with Rev *
the and
black manifesto and calls on guardians perpetrators
Burgess In charge. Devotional services begin at 11 a.m. with them to "accept the responsibility of racism in America. We do, :;'
choirs deacons and deaconesses charge.Members win assist ..
to develop the strategiesnecessary nevertheless accept
Music win to furnished by Choir No.Z and No. 4. Wallace Mlms of the black .'-
to obtain the funds sponilbllty
and James Kitchen will be Instruments Usher Board No. .:'
which are demanded churches to share In the re-
3 will Deaconess Board will meet after the -
serve. No. I mornIng -
It also Instructs Its executive numeration to the black communities .
worship. All choirs, ushers and members will assembleat t
director, the Rev. J. Mets ; for we recognise that
Abyssinia Baptist at 2:30: p.m. for the Fellowship Hoar. A17r Rollins to begin Immediatelyto It Is these communities which ."J
The BYPU hoar at 5:30 with Mrs. M.L. Polite In
begins : coordinate these "efforts of have sustained our churches f;
charge Miss Mlttle Gantt and Mrs. Bessie Merchant will advocacy and Implementation: over the years.' '0':
present the Bible drill. The at 6:30 .
evening worship begins The black churchmen went The statement warned that "It '
p.m. Both major sermons win to given by Rev. Wilbur Burgess, I beyond the demands of the mani- Is too late to call for propriety ,.

pastor' Weekly activities are as follows: Monday p.m. festo in calling on the peat and moderation. A radical ''
Christian Aid Society meets; Tuesday '7:45 Prayer meeting
foundations .to contri :
private }
and Bible Study with the pastor and deacons In charge; CONTINUED ON PAGE 12

Wednesday night 8 p m., Choir No. 1 and No. 3 meet for rehearsal '
; Thursday noon, midweek prayer service with.the Faith Temple Church, Elder Amos Darning pastor,Ms.completed 3 p.m. This gala concert by this recording group will be for --

Missionary Society charge; Thursday 8 p.m., monthly conference elaborate plans for the appearance of the nationally known the benefit of the Annual Women's Day Sunday, July 13. This ''' r I Ir I
for all members for business Importance; Friday Excelsior Gospel Singers who will give a full concert Sunday group Is composed of Jazons. The public Is cordially Invited. .7r't

8 p.m., rehearsals of Choirs No. > and No. 4. Mrs. BeuleMerchant .May 25, at 3 p.m. at the church, 1635 East 21st, starting, at There Is no admission. : r J1 rOL :-

Is secretary and reporter.,The church is locatedat .i

NEW 3333 REDEEM Franklin.BAPTIST St. Sfephei AME Sceie Of Gets Degree Stewardesses Central CME No. 3 I ( ;Z! /BUILDERS

Deaconess Board No. I will celebrate anniversary Tuesday "Nile With Friei.s" Fete Birth Yea

night at the church at 8 p.m. Sunday school begins at 9:30 'r fit ,Sponsor .- 40 FIRST FEDERAL

Lm. with the superintendent in charge Rev. Norman, pastor A "Nile With Friends" Is the will begin.The United Choirs, Stewardess Board No. 3 of BUILDING

will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at U a.m., unique title given for a special with Mrs. Daisy Wallacepresl- Central C.M.E. Church will BURUl PROOF
with the deacons In charge. Choir and Usher Board No. 1 will at St. Stephen AME dent will serve. Usher Board '
program Everybody's BirthdayTea "
serve for the morning hour of worship. The Education Board Church for Sunday May 25,> No. 3, Mrs. Lavern Washington ., sponsor Sunday May 25, at 4 p.m., ]I[ YtfUH HOME- WITH I'
will meet after the morning worship In the fellowship ball at 7 p.m., In the main auditorium supervisor will serve duringthe In the church auditorium First BURGLAR BARS, :.
of the church. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m., at which : day. : and Davis Streets. DOORS AND GATES

time the Rev E.l. Norman Chorus will sing. Prayer meeting The eaSiuslastic! sponsors of Rev. R.V. Webster pastor, The program as planned Is as FINANCING AVAILABLE .

and Bible Study are held on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m Rev. E.L tilts program are members of win speak. Rev. Webster will follows: Selection, choir No. 2; ,
is located at 1614 East 30th .be heard again at night during CALL 354-8527 ANYTIME: .
Norman is pastor: The church the Ways and Mef.tu ComraVieo. Prayer Rev. Sanford Smith;
the "Nlteof Friends."On Tuesday -
Street Attorney John London Arnold Remarks Mrs. Sarah Rice,
at and
will be the principal speaker. p.m Ways mistress of ceremonies, presented I
MT. SALEM BAPTIST Mrs. L.G. GeDwright is chairman Means Commute meets. Class by Mrs. Ida Scott; Amb- ,
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Assistant Superintendent of the committee and,along meeting Is 7:30.: The United rose Singers; Mrs. Nora
lots Scott In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the with her members and co- Chorus will meet Friday at Anderson, Mrs. Nettle Spates,
pastor. The morning devotions begin at 11 a.m. with Deacons workers has lent every effort 7:30.: Rev. R.V. Webster is Eugene Hall, Nathaniel Sears, Now: pure relief for :
G. Tucker and J.L. Wilder In charge. Choir No. 2 and Usher toward making thU program a pastor. The church Is locatedat Evergle Coker, Mrs Clarice

'Board No. 1 will serve. The pastor will speak. The evening success. Fifth and Davis REV. WATERFORDr Baker' Mrs. Thelma Cobb. 'dry problem skin i"
service begins at 6 p.m. with Deacons A. Wilbert and C.
Diners appearing will to;' Miss Cheryl Wyatt and Miss
:Calhoun In charge: On Monday night Choir No:3 will celebrate. "'Wilt Motley,. Louis" Howell =- JfwJ.tto.lA.. tbl!! \UM..t Jacksonville's' outstand- Anastasia Washington will .VASEIINE*PETROLEUM t I(lf gives your .U

Its anniversary: OB.Tuesday at 6 p.m. Choir Nn..2 retteataea.p, ::) LL"JSnannoq, ;JWtli JonesElnora /'w ''t'Ushett'Plan' asa ingjmtajste.r' ; Rev. Solomon.CWattrlordshown / serve as hostesses. : I' skin the richer.moUturi I It need for,
Prarer-nweUng will to' at 7SO/On: Thursday night Choir jNo.: McBrlder Luvenia'Squires ; above, on Rev. Herod of Mt. Morlah Bap- I protection: from chipping from dry, I .

1 rehearses. Rev W.O. Rogers Is pastor..Mrs.-. SampsonIs Julia Gilmore Church Friday night May 16, receivedthe tist win be the principal i ihy-gray ikln. To keep your akin .

reporter of the MasterCholr Darnell Magnolia Trip Bachelor of Divinity Degree speaker. The public Is Invited. oft.youniterlook. + I)

Cookman Junior High Glee Club, In Impressive ceremonies at Mrs. Clarice Baker Is program Inr.lnalst..nlfln. + "J
COLOSSIANS BAPTBT Westslde Community Club, Usher Board No. 3 of New the Luther Rice Seminary.This chairman. Mrs. Nettle Spates ulne 'Vatellne'Petroleum ,'I
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with the superimeuuent and Mrs. Kary.JennInp.presldeot. Redeem Baptist Church will year's class was reported lobe is chairman Rev. ED Jelly. "t
,teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super- and the Professional Democratic give a ride to Magnolia Lake the largest In the history of the McWoodson is You pay than a little for & -

'Intendent. The morning worship begins at U a.m The evening Women's Club, Mrs. on Saturday May 24. The bus Institution Rev.Waterford pastorof pastor.Choirs other more brands of

worship begins at 8 p.m Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor will Margaret Shuman president. will leave Northwestern School the AME Church of the :f petroleum Jelly...
deliver both sermons. Choir No.' 1 Choir No. 2 and Usher Others services will be as on 45th at 9a.m. and the church,, Master, 5637 Vernon Road.AJJol.ted but your skin ,IB'
Board No. 1 will serve. A trip to Magnolia Lake will be usual. .30th and Buckman at 9:30: a.m Will Hold Mass worth HI! v

sponsored by the church .Saturday.. The bus will leave at On Saturday at 3:30 the Junior

9:30 a.m. Prayer service will begin Tuesday at 7:30. Rev Church meets for business and Second Baptist Will
R.J. Crawford 1s pastor. The church Is located at 1154 West then goes to Sherwood Bowling Meet SundayThe

,list Street.EIUNVEL. Lane, The senior choir Hold Baptismal

rehearses at 7:30. On Sunday Friendly W..lsldeCblUcb

BAPTBT'The at 9:30 Sunday School opens., Union win bold
revival at the church will begin Monday night May 28" Prof. Arthur C. Madry and his Services Tuesday mass
meeting Sunday May 25 In the
A week of prayer this week has preceded the revival service. ,
staff of workers will be In
will be"held main auditorium of Mt. Pleasant
Rev Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Mamie Fields In' 11 a.m. the morning service at Second Baptist Church Missionary Baptist Church
: on Tuesday May Z'I. Callahan at' 2:30: p.m.: Rev
charge along with Deacon George Smith. The lesson will be
reviewed by u appointee Consecration Is at 10:50 a.m. The Friendly Westside This service will begin at, C.W. Whlttea Is pastor In

morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons charge. 7 p.m.} during the prayer of charge wlllbeMrs.E.R.Taylor
Carl Senior Choir No. 1 Mrs. Annie
Faith IIOW'. Rev. James ,
Preaching/ begins at 12 noon. Baptism will beheld In the mornIng -
Union Hale administer r .Taylor.i Mrs. Ruby B.
service. At 5 p.m. the BTU meets with Deacon James Sam vaster will l't Stewart
rites.At Combined choirs of Mt. Bethel
In The worship begins at.l:3d.. the
Phillips charge. evening
Choir No. 1 and the Junior Choir Usher Board No. 1 and the Chons In ConcertThe 8:15 p.m. the monthly business Deacon Baptist Mrs. Estella Barney
will be In session Perry Robinson,Joseph
Junior Board will serve. Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B. Fisher
Westslde Union P. Long Rev. Jeremiah Robinson
Friendly with the -
pastor presidingOn
will be In charge of music. The male chorus Is asked to :
Male Chorus will give a special Sunday May 25, the Sunday and the combined usher
serve In the fellowship service. Rev S.L. Badger Is pastor. REV. W. CLYDE WILLIAMS
beards of Mt.
concert In Songs Sunday evenIng school will begin at 9:30: with Pleasant.
The Church Is located at 2221 Forest;
May 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Rev, Sams reviewing lesson.- PRINCETON N.J.-The Rev. .
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST main unit of Royal Tabernacle Consecration rites for the deacons W. Clyde Williams has been i

Sunday School .begins a t .:411 a.m., with the superintendent; Baptist Church 1320 West 21st,. deaconesses, choir. and'' appointed associate general secretary '

Mrs, Leister .Smith, In charge. The morning service begins 1(1'. Lee McQueen pastor. usher board, will be held at of the Consultation on Weddings Are Beautiful
at tt:30 a.m. The devotions will be led by Deacon Winston This program Is dedicated to'the 10:45 a.m. The morning worship Curch Union (COCU), a nine
Ware and Deacon Joseph McPnerson. The evening ser anniversary of District No. will begin at U a.m. denomination group that is '

vice' begins at 5 p.m. Choir N. C and Usher Board No. 2 will ,6, Deacon Lawson J. Hicks The Baptist Training Union working toward possible church "
sent all day. The weekly prayer meeting is Tuesday night leaders begins at 5:43.: The evening wori union In the 1970's. Mr. ,"SEE: YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL"COLO/

The prayer meeting will be at 7 p.m Rev. H. Robinson Is The group will meet Saturday ship begins at 7 p.m. Williams, currently registrar
pastor. A trip will be made to Magnolia Lake Saturday morn May 24, at 7:30 p.m., for a On May May 26, Rev. Sams, and director of admissions at Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE

log May 31,' sponsored by' Choir No. I' 'lbIIlla benefit special rehearsal and a business accompanied by members, Interdenominational .Theological -
effort.} Stops will be at the Foreat' Put Elementary school conference at Royal choirs, ushers and officials' Center Atlanta Ga., Is a I II.
at 8:30 and at First and Fearce Streets at 9 a.m.. Rev H.Robinson tabernacle, with Mrs. will share anniversary ob.., minister of the Christian Methodist >> Z

ls pastor Catherine W. Sykes, Thomas servance of the Day Spring' Episcopal Church one of 1I.
Dow and James M. Harvey. In Missionary Baptist! Church, at three black denomnations AS ) 'S

f eice Missttiiry. leftistAlienees charge.Rehearsals for the Union's. 0 p.m. participating In COCU 2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE ( "

Musical extravagansa "Sing ...............................
Fibre Eveits Choir of choirs Sing"win start '
Saturday; June 14, In the main :MMIIT' im n Kiit/ilM. TDttiI
The annual program of the Tate art asking cooperation of unit MtSlnal Baptist Church f. 'I. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY

Sunday School of Peace Missionary their friends toward makingthis 1551 Let Street, Rev. B.J. Lane
Baptist Church will beheld baby the winner.. pastor, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. I j :LOW PRICE' i J I. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" I

Sunday at 3 p... with Rev. D.'B.' Barnes, president Catherine W. Sykei, Marvin : ,
Mrs Rose Barrow in charge. of the Sunday School and BTU B. Collins Mrs. Mary Helen S. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM

Students of the Mary McLeod Congress, Is asking all workers, Frost Bellamy Mrs. Rebecca : DRUG STORE NEEDS j
Elementary' School,wW parti- to get their delegates In readiness -' R. Lambert and Joseph P. Lang I 1. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE.

elpat for the meeting Palatka. will to in charge. .
Sunday School opens at Peace Rev. W.E. Sims evangelistof a. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING I
Baptist at 9:30, with Mrs. D.B. Miami, will begin preachingsoon To "I.Trade with Yoiir Nel&bborbo d Drug Store.. WE WILL MEET .ARRANGEMENTS 1

Bane, superintendent, staff In a summer revival at. Two .Preachers ':ANT PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. w. deliver.* t. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLODED
and ,officers in charge. The the church. AH members should .We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions.I .
morning worship begins at 11 come prepared to pay. on the :Speak At fart E ':
am. with all serving choirs Women's Day guota. .AU. "WE ih'pLomou TO CHECK WITH'ANY OF CUR PASTBR1DESiOR

and saber In charge, sheets for the day '
Consecration precedes must to In no later thanSunday. Spiritual Tea I 1Bixio Pharmacy GROOMS ON PHOTO SATISFACTION"

services, In the lower andtortara !.- June. for! the printing. A spiritual tea will be held j

delivered The morning, by Rev.message Barnes.will. .be. St. PH!: AME 'ChoirSponsors Robinson on In the Sunday home, 603 June of Court Mrs.8,Minister at Josephine 8 p.m. : 'nuiiii.s. IHI. If MTITU: : Bob Smith_ Studio

Tae evening services begins Project Fannie Mae Sweet and Minister r rh1: ftn'
at 8:30 with Rev.Banes speak- : '
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Joseph Taylor speakers.The '
fai.Tae.. 'Choir Ho. 1 of St. Paul AME: / M22 NORTH MYRTLE AVENUE 768-3200
public Is Invited. Mrs. Till LIUT '.1(11( =) "
annual Women's Day cele.l Church will sponsor a project I ; Ml = 'OFFICE HOURS
Josephine Robinson 1s .
rattan will to Sunday. June 22; la the dining room of me church paneldent. : STIlE :
lire: MamirRctens Is W IIUI ;M III '
,TM contest win feralaateBr liar III at 7 baby !J. Sunday"' .1IpOIIIOr ;" &ri11t 1-i4 + f jjpo. To I:oo SAT. SUN. 10:00 TO_3:00.
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Religion And Race Great Black Americans Block MOB Leads II Boiling

Angel City Rice For Mayor}, ,

LOB ANGELES IDcIl lbeDi: Mayor Sam Tony, 59, of Los
ACCUSATION Angeles, and opponent Thomas Bradley, 50, Black, 21 years a
LOS ANGELES-fNPQ) Robert Thomas, a member of the patrolman, lawyer and present!ty city councilman, are making
Los Angeles police Intelligence unit charged last week that 'ttlwl in the Angel City as the lr drive for the top job in the city

the Interrellglou Foundation for Community Organizations,Inc.a ,increases in Impetus.
foundation established by 10 major church groups has been Charges are flying. Accusations William T. Patrick, 48, former>
subsidising militant Black groups to the tune of more than $88 .- have been Bade. The,, councilman, lawyer and
000. While Us Investigation did not mcover any Illegal acti.vifv. outcome cannot be decided until executive of the Michigan Bell
the policeman "questions" the charitable donations to May 27.Bradley. enterprises. ,
"groups Involved In disruptive tactics.: So >far be has named u oitdrew Torty ty Another possibility Is Richard
Black militant groups," the Los Angeles Black Congress, more than 100,000 rotes in the H. Austin 58, Wayne County
and the Garfield organisation, Chicago. nonpartlsan primary of last auditor first Black man iD such
month. Be finished first in Los a position. .
UNAVAILABLE c Angeles, where only percent A third, a compromise man,
CKICAGO-{NPr)--Cardinal John Cody archbishop of the try of the population is Black. His might be Kenneth Hylton, Con-
Chicago archdiocese, wu not available when six seminary Ity increases by the day. yers, certainly the most powerful
students called upon him at his home to learn Us position f + Timor ry, mayor finishing chooses to remain in
: on Project Equality the nationwide multi-denominational second, contends that a Congress. .
:, plan to Induce churches to withhold purchases of supplies campaign is on. Bradley denies Force was put behind the plan
from firms which practice racial discrimination. The seminarians the accusation. Be has tried after the recent events at New
waited for 15 minutes In front of the cardinal's to avoid confusion and accusa- Bethel Baptist Church tnDetroit.
home, but left when they could not obtain an audience tions. A white policeman was

However Yorty countered by killed \
AID INDIANS, TOO saying "He went around making U is not known whether Cava- '
LINCOLN, Nebr<- leader of the United Methodist church Nebraska, has Issued a ''me while I was busy down at the air 4s full of toughts for
call for help for the American Indians In Us appeal, he noted, Ia. the City Hall preparing the, a Negro candidate. .:
"We hear much about the disadvantaged, the Blacks and the 4-4L ..budget.On .
Mexican Americans but we hear too little about the depressed, April ,30 the campaign Judge Roles Against
economic and social situations of our orglnal Inhabitants, our reached its blgbest.'fherewasLfacetoface
first citizens the American Indians." confrontation.Each Boy For Walking

candidate was given 15 minutes.
Another city is In front raki
Out, Of School
II WHO IS PROTECTING YOUR as to the possibility of a Negro
T d mayor. WASHING'PON.-United States
FAMILY WHILE YOU'RE AWAY? A That city is Detroit, :scene-it District Cou-t Judge William
r one of the most destructive E. Miller ruled here that
e>IStNeleasog race riots in the history of an
Charles Caldee11,14, was suspended
: I II rP1 American city. Mayor Jerome from the pep band for
:1 iv .d Cavanagh white, is now mayor walking out on the group against
d the metropolis of more thai school rules -not-for his refusal -
3000000. to play: the Confederate
I : One Black man has suggested anthem.
that the time may be ripe for Judge Miller also upheld the
: a Black mayor. United States firing of C 1111 WIn'. mother
Representative John Conyers, from her part-time Job at
r to Democrat has headed Lebanon High School ruling
powerful gro-jp of Negroes Interested that she was dismissed unsatisfactory -
in putting a Negro in work.

office.A The American Civil Liberties
prominent candidate 11WOllen's Union attorneys supported the
mother and her son In their
contention that he was obliged
PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND to play "Dixie" and was dj-
The Old Taylor Distilling Companu In one 'of America's each, by the Old Taylor Company. There U at the moment league Gets missed form the band when
PROPERTY FROM INTRUDERS! most widely acclaimed public relations programs has produced waiting list of customers back eight weeks This Is the he refused January 3.Twenty
part of what Is seen above The Ingenious Americans third year for the presentation of this program through newspapers Lectern eight days later, said Mrs
Crime In the United States lion e steady Incr..... Your home Series. This is the first of the magnanimous aeries and will and magazines. They are also featured two pocket- On Bias Caldwell, she was fired. They
could be broken Into tonight! Protect against unauthorized regularly feature a list of Great Black Americans whose con- sized booklets which are available from the company without WAS1TNGTONThe! charged that their rights undef
entry, burglary end vandalism. Protect your family from personal trlbutlons to science dlglnlfled the First! Thirteenth and Fourteenth I
attack. culture, indistrjr and education have charge More than 300,000 have been distributed. Requests ranks of the League of Women ,
placed them in the top ranks leading American achievers.. come through a multitude of channels Old Taylor people Voters was in a dilemma last amendments were
ADEMCO, the world's largest end most experienced manufacturer These busts are creations of Americans great Black scalp. welcome Inltatlons by other company, Indicating that they con week when, asalscussionproceedod violated
of alarm' systems, offers you e variety of home alarms' tress loge Rardlson, above. They are sold at cost, S3:i.OO tribute to the dissemination of accurate Black History the of its
designed especially for your protection needs Here 'It yourchance on ghetto one JUfro ,College!
to get full time protection at e price you can afford. Black member s spoke "her
For e free estimate contact your local AOEMCO burglar alarm' NEWS Hunter College peace"Christina '
installer He It prepared to survey your tome and recommendthe Your Good Smith of the Washington G.. Sot
burglar' alarm system best suited for you, at no obligation. Health
news should be in the Florida Plans ProgramFor office, sail: Wo are tired :At $7,500,000NEW
,Star Office CHOLESTEROLHow of being raped by you white
by Tuesday,atlp m I Hardening or me arteries and'such
ALARM Systems Important Is the cholesterol associated complications Harlem. iles people.' Standing tall, wearing YORK -,The newly

in your, diet?, After u coronary heart disease,kidney Son.,i25, East Harlem boys, an African toga-like dress elected chairman of the board of
some 15 or 20 years.of r*.. disease and stroke and gtris'Sged U to 18-wlU sporting African haircut: the United Negro College Fund
: '1W "" v' ..,. BESTeT J-19.1! 4 searjh on this subjecL-lt has *-J.'toImml:". :not;>Alooea.>ftl I |vetgb opportunity to leamnft*o(ebcQotla 1.1!'ed;"I oar.wstory 'announced last week,; that the
p. Of t' Plorldi become clear that it Is not as j I'favoring these diseases. Other participate in a sports and fitness -) about'urf' distorted,' and you 196 goal for the Fund will be
I know it Is
,nothing.but shear '
'2 BR TOWN HOUSE Important as the'Cholesterol substances derived from fat, program this summer 37.S million.
C FOR THE BEST PROTECTION FOR YOUR RANGE-REFKIGERATOt in your bloocl.Cholesterol especially the triglycerldes, thanks to a federal grant to distortion and lies about us Dudley Dowell, newly-elected
I is a necessary' when they exceed the normal Hunter College of the City University .you' keep telling yourselves. chairman, also announced that
1 ROUECARBUSINESSPk. component of certain tissues of level also carry this hazard. of New York.In two new persons will be
DIll s1DI IOU.! your body and your body can The risk howe,er, has been cooperation with the National The members possibly in a directing theFund's activities,
synthesize this compound If you found ,to depend less on diet Collegiate Athletic Association state of shock, heard the ;namely L.N.P. Stokes New
771-7756' FHA-VA aren't getting enough of it in than sedentary habits the Office of Economic Opportunity speaker Blacks warn them o! Judging York attorney, and Harry V.
your diet. To ward off early hardening 1 awarded the college iZt, against whites. Richardson, former president
The normal blood level When Mrs Frederick Colin, of a UNCF college who will be
rangeof your arteries, therefore, authorities 303 to operate the Its week
SMI Roosevelt Blvd VULCAN INC. cholesterol is 160 to 230 now recommend taking project. of Jewish descent remindedher executive director
milligrams per 100 mllllllters skimmed milk, buttermilk and Prof. Elliot Denier nun's o: the trials of her own Mr. Dowell Is president of
i I" It Is only when your blood tottage cheese In preference tot[" chairman of the Department of particular ne. she was Interrupted the New York Life Insurance
1003 KEN KNIGHT DR. level exceeds this day after met andsouY cream Ice when Miss Smith con Company He said the new
: cream Health and Physical Educatlon ,
clIw:;;; o1vortl 788-3479 I cluded, My response to you Is figure is the amount
day and year after year that ud whole milk; margarine In and director of athletics at ,that I wish I highest
you need to worry about the 1 place of butter; and vegetable Hunter will administer the program vomit. In the 25-year-old history of
the fun place to Ehop... e' amount In your diet cooking oils Instead of lard and which will run from July i The speaker also remindodher the Fund. It will provide much
'SIEA T" PHIMADAM A high cholesterol level definitely suet. When you eat meat, fish 7 to Aug. 14. J I hearers that I am not trying needed assistance for 38 predominantly -
.. Increases your risk of and fowl, trim off the tat., Each of.the young people will I to be white I needn't be white Black colleges. He
DOWNTOWN .300 HOGAN ST. receive free transportation j for; you to accept me, either, said that needs for these
from.'!lei, .to their community. .]I of course, in the long run, colleges grow greater every
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/ To Sing .For Cancer fund Top Stirs Set To Dance For Cancer FindFftSW

.r,. To Aid DriveThe

Eugene Butler Cancer !
Fond Chester, Eric 0.Simpson, !
It chairman, announces that all y x} a :
things are ready for the We
game, a fame which will decide
a a ;whether the Arthrtfici or'|h.'
Rheumatics will come oat with
Iip leaglng score at 7:30 p.m, on _r Li
Wait),at Wolf son Park 1iLJ
Hill special effort, destined f t
to drive to success the Duties :
effort, will hw 10,players on
each team.
Among the notables will be:
Al Wise, Tony Echor, Eleee
Lucas Leroy Lucas Allen **
Demister Sam Jones, James a '
Brlnkley, Elwood Qiomle) :
Banks Eugene Lucas, Eric 0.
Simpson C.A. Willis. *
And; Eddie Holier, Charles
Parsons Dr. William 1'0De"Robert ,
Pzater.: Jack Young
Henry Young Ref. Wesley
k 4: t 4 Gardner "Nip" Same ud
Theodore Lawrence.
The' BSrens Specials D&t1maJlJ bon singers and reconl on May ft, 7.30 pm. a Wolfcon Fart, TtwreUnolociety The umpire will be Wilford
fog $ists. will appear and tile Cancer gate sponsored nisslon All are invited Lyons Jr.
by. I a* Eugene Butler Chanter. Eric O. Simpson O.I"'Aft, Ifrs Ethel D. Bannister
chairman of the Special Event
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
I strengthfor School Blvens Specials Clef

pie is ....t.. ly. the FLORIDA STAR your tones,,Sunrise Tonettes Female, HarrisYoungTrio Singers,

life... Bob Smith Dancers,Versatlers,
CM Little Valorle Malbory, If ri.
Y.. Help Fight Ciicer Jacquelyn Smith Davis and
WorshipTHIS others Bill Young Marion

By, Listiig Yoir Firm As A Spoisor ,' Collins chairmen and Art Goodman are r The Gretel and Gertie Dancing School, which presented its eighteenth dance recital recently
WEEK Strong supporters will be a part of the Uannoth Cancer D/lve Eitravanca at Wolfsoa Park on May
III areC.A. Willis Theodore 23. The picture shows the group receiving a record player for top performance In the'
For $25.00 Oi Piije Next Week I Lawrence J.L.Williams Elcee picture are Mrs Ruth Parker' Ifrs PrlBcllla Jones, Mrs Ernestine Cox, Mrs Emma
-aid Lucas and Ifrs.Jennie Crockett Rlghtower and If ri, Louis D. Gibson."Photo by A. Paul Crawford.
/ ..give i supervisor of nurses for the I..
SI Mike Checks Piyihle, To: occasion.
? c ? special offering Councilwoman: Sail 1ye ttathls YOU CAN HELP PROTECT YOURSELF "VOLUNTEER
and Councilwoman alary
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AMERICAN CANCER. SOCIETY it your church pillhef team tovlctoryto means of the 10 ,WORK .
help fight cancer Those who J Annual .
have not contributed will have
an opportunity at Wolfsoa Park '
Churches, clubs, Individuals yearly physical exami- Call 354 6782
Snnday have been generous givers for nation is the best defense against cancer. It
the Fund. However the general can lead to early detection and treatment of Sat. Hon. *
public Is asked to give freely In ,
the disease-and add
to FIGHT CANCER order reach that or this pass year's the goal drive will yean to your life. 'A.M...: To 1 P.M.I .

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Perfect Coordination TIPS TO THE EGG IUYER

Whey you buy eggs, keep these three tips In mind:
'For That Next rD 1. Be sure eggs are In a refrigerated cue.
1. Tab the eggs home and refrigerate them at once. Keep
them cold at all times.
:.* Boy either white or brown eggs they hate the same

nutritive ni...
Memorable Dinner by Mary Reynolds 0 Meat helps build body tissues. It builds blood and muscle
No matter how r off wR1 tissues. Come common meats are beef pork lamb and Teal.
culinary talents, ttr-'ri: ; Other foods, frequently called meat substitutes, can be eatenin
quickly tine of the dishes place of meat. They, too build blood and muscle tissue
I served week r- Increase however they do not supply as much of the building material
by adding your the cooking excitement repertoire 01It' protein u the meats listed above. Some common meat substitutes -
-/ Mexican dishes. are eggs cheese dried peas, dried beans and peanut

Easy Te Be Expert; butter ..
A variety of savory Mexican Foods like chocolate pudding, ice cream, and cheese'fire
t dishes are available in your yon some of the milk yon need every day-adults and children.
supermarket freeier. They Bare you served any in your home today? \ \ .
range from V1r A four-point program to keep roaches out of your kitche*.
frozen din-
ners includIng "'d F I. Corer food and put it away.
tamales, Z. Take the garbage out every day
enchiladas 3. Keep the kitchen cabinets clean.
o,* refried beans 4. Close cracks and boles where roaches come into the hp lse.
and epanish-
q style rice to e \, ..
i individualMexican i Ise

foods such astortillas SHRIMP-SPINACH DISH BIG ON FLAVOR \

ta"cos -' It's a swinging, singing tort of a dish fluffy and tasty be r \
enchilada .belief, the kind you crave to serve after lot of heavy ,
and ta the kitchen. And It Is just about u fool-proof u a i I
malea. need make white for It, for
; w. be You don't to a sauce u
-"' -.. _""'"' ---"'._. Guide To Mexican Foods 4 JI souffles, and you can begin at the hut minute to put it *
Delicious gravy helps'make a pot roast and vegetable dinner Tortillas: Thin pancakesmade if you need to, starting with a frozen block of spinach. Biggest
memorable For a foolproof method of making gravy, use com from ground corn (mass time-saver will be canned shrimp.These shrimp,cooked and readyto
starch water and the.method given in this recipe for easy pot ) that may be served plainor % use, are absolutely right for this or any ..afoodlOume or
roast. This one Is cooked the modem way-hi the oven covered spread with 'butter or hot casserole Simply ton them Into a colander,drain, and that's It,
with household foil. A packaged Swiss soup nix Is used for relishes; often called Mexico's This It s nice dish for company luncheon or late supper and
seasoning The secret for the smooth consistency of the gravy bread". suggests crusty rolls or French bread crisp relishes and a fresh.
1s the oorn starch used for thickening Tocos- Tortillas folded in Well-made coffee Is always good. But, u an extra touch, try toe recipe for Pecan Cinnabars. fruit-cup dessert. ,
Easy Pot Rout half and stuffed with a spicy The recipe if easy of accomplishment. There IB no tiring preparation. The oven will be hot t '
I (pound) blade 1 envelope Swiss golden beef or bean mixture They are for not more than to minutes. Tb result--something nice tad palatable, good for any time
toast available both ins small "cocktaU" of day, ,
pot onion soup mix __ .
sic and a large site. .
Trim excess fat from roast; Place meat In roasting pan. Shake Enchiladas: Tortillas rolled :t ( ,
soup envelope, sprinkle mix over meat. Cover with household around beef or cheese, often
foil Roast In SZSoF. (slow) oven. about :a hours, until meat is served with tasty chili gravy
fork tender. Makes S servings topped with cheese and onion. cooking '1I11WIII IN ''IIIII'I! "''IDOLQ.
To thicken gravy, mix 1 tablespoon com starch and V cup Tamalei- Seasoned soft corn i ii UCH
water. Remove roast from pan and place on heated platter. mesa stuffed with beef and DP fiQ' ,,': LITY
Stir com starch mixture into pan gravy. Stirring constantly, steamed inside of corn husks e : I I \
bring gravy to boll and boll 1 minute. Serve with siloed roast. which hold the tamalee. hints ASSISTANT


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/ / A savory cheese aauoe, rich
'EDGEWOQD Delight the family with Broiled Halibut and creamy smooth, can do
served with
"STORE a wonders for vegetables, such
AYE. delicious
Egg Sauce. .
Evaporated milk keeps the sauce as beans cauliflower and potatoea -
.JACKSONVILLEEACHSTO1tE creamy.good. It helps make all your cooking better This cheesy sauce la
Try it for;main dishes and desserts, salads and soups. '.lightly thickened with a small SHRIMP AND SPINACH SOUFFLE
You will be. pleased. amount of corn atarch, giving
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MARKETS 6 P.M.., : TO ,it the delicacy associated with
SUPER 7'I .w'!. 2 cans ((4Vt ounces each)ahrImp
a perfect sauce For a flavorful
"I-a... ; change, try It over an omelet.Cheeee package (10 ounces) frozen chopped spinach
4 large eggs, separated
SnndiyGRADE Sauce U teaspoon salt ,-,_
1 tablespoon margarine tt teaspoon coarse black pepper
garlic clove,cut fine :
A tablespoon com starch 1 tablespoon grated onion (pulp and juice) MM
1 cup m1lklnlPOOD cup commercial sour cream \\ it
/4 salt M cup grated Parmesan cheese '
Dub peppers U cup butter or margarine, melted
EDCONp RifC Dunces cheese, shredded ,)
CHOPS (about S rape) Drain shrimp reserve,* few for garnish;chop the relt\Hold 'f
Melt in the spinsch block under water tap just to melt the (lee coating ,
margarine Break the block Into a half-doses pieces, urfng the point of a .3
Remove heat.Mix .
aaucepan. from
;:.. In com atarch heavy knife, and chop thoroughly. Beat egg yolks slightly; add
BROILED HALIBUT WITH EGG SAUCE, rob In milk salt and; gradually, salt, pepper, garlic onion, sour cream, cheese, butter or
t f'1. Nd pepper.
:' .u ".... Bring i to boil medium margarine Mix well.Add chopped shrimp and spinach Beat egg
KIP B *,f:, t! : ; 449'1LBr +:; "''Ii...! I. '.e a V-.t fi til""l'J''AOft__. heatj.,stirring" ll8tantQ'"BaIJ lover ,,. .and whites spinach until they mixture.stand Turn In stiff Into,a moist buttered peaks IVi-quart; fold In souffle the shrimp dish nor
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pounds (% to 1-Inch 2 tablespoons lemon juice minute shredded cheese,
with straight aides "dot" with reserved
thick) halibut fillets. or, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire' y stir unW melted. Remove fromheat. ; shrimp H
\ In moderate
steaks .,Try adding pimiento forfIa'fOr a preheated (35Odegreeoveni) bake 50-60
,' J sauce minutes or unto souffle Is puffed, brown flecked, aet., Serve
CELLO PKG. :fc 2 tablespoons.melted butter .n"w......100.and,__ color. Serve over immediately.Makes ft servings.
Dry halibut with paper towels.

Place on broiler pan. Combine "Super-Rlgtt" Quality Smoked (Sliced Picnics ..LB. 49?)
butter lemon Juice and Worcestershire
FLA. GRADE AEGGS_ SMALL -..-25t sauce. Brush mix SHOP
tore on ask.Place under broiler
4 inches from heat. Broil IS.' PICNICS : 39 j
.MED33* minutes en each side Baste ii: '
occasionally with butter-lemon ; LB.
mixture While fish Is broiling. i
LARGE ...39t
} prepare Egg Sauce.
"Super-Right" Western 1/4 Pork Loin Sliced

1 tablespoon EGG SAUCE butter *4 A i? 69

1 tablespoon flour PORK CHOPS LB."SuperRight".
BANQUET FROZEN teaspoon salt

CREAM ;PIES ,% teaspoon pepper _
V?) V4 teaspoon prepared mustard = Western Shoulder "'
WESSON OIL ALL FLAVORS 1 teaspoon Worcestershiresauce "Super-Right" Western Fresh Pork

I 1 CUP undiluted! CarnationEvaporated Bostoi lifts Swiss.Sttititfft !

MORE FOOD ORDER 14 oz SIZE,,29| V4 cup chicken Milk broth, The store that 49C r

29' 1 tablespoon lemon Juke "Super-Right" Western Fall Cut "Super-Right" Western Bed;

wessol_I ', 24 OZ. BTL. Malt. 2 chopped butter hard in.lauc.pu. cooked egg,'Stir cares about you! Chick, Steak 69 Cifced Steak 1.09

rGRAPE- In flour salt,pepper mustard
and Worcestershire sauce until
smooth. Gradually stir in Car.
----------- nation Enporated Milk and
: : chicken broth. Cook until sauce
JELLY : 291LIVELY. is thickened,stirrlngconstantly
I! OLEO 2 1LB.PKG... (about S minutes). R.monfrom POTATO
I heat.Stir Ia lemon Juice.(sauce

L. ,..x ,. will thicken) Stir in eggs PLAIN
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creativity in cooking 1
: MAYONNAISE Every woman knows that color 49
l- plays an important part in herfamily'
45 ) appetite so she createsa

picture when dinner, Is set ,Ann Page Fine Extra Spec W l
before her' family: She keeps ..
I. mayon Blue i plate ilit .29* texture in mind as she plans to ;..:.:. UMttV4'Of'if0p

LETTUCE .. serve chewy foods with soft, MAYONNAISE49
bland or."saucy" ones And she
likes delicate-flavored food with

,LARGE.READ. 9'v, those that are. sharp. and soicy ;;f I PRODUCEI j

'It's old
"' an ,wives' tale thai I
f cake mix cakes don't keep well

i5Ris CRDTAIt"-: r' Early in their developmentcake 9
mixes were inferior and the : Winesap Apples
,}I( BALLARD cakes they produced were tasty .
only for a few hours; Today, the

$ f SUGAR: ;' FLOUR cakes home keep baked. as beautifully variety as some the cLovt::. Salad Tomatoes ILB(51k

LDIIT 1 WITS $5 OQtp xperts say it's impossible to Baakt
J x IIORE FOOD ORDER tell which cake comes from a
"box" and which is from i
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the aspirin, hair spray and tooth Green Cabbage
paste sold is purchased at the LIB:,
11fL. 4upermarketr And your local .
A supermarket, sells more than '
: : 90% of all the dog and cat food 1 yoar friendly AP store located at 3000 W.4Mb. .
sold in America! St Prices this Ad are good TIn 13I '
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".,'. lots and lots of color ID 'with a coral-faced: watch set splash.Still others have colored i +vti ;, i
: \ I- t> .': .. fashions for spring In both Into a rigid 4-lnch-cttf or trt- bases and are topped with white
; ; clothing and aeeessorleLEmeralds Used gold dotted with tour- beads In a.daisy-like arrange
sapphires sad quolses. ment.
rubies,whether real or fake,do For those who prefer Jade
their thing In the color scheme there is a flexible cuff with ob-
of it ID. loop of Jade and lapis lazuli BACHELOR BECOMES
Popular/ are earrings pins and fenced in with birch-bark gold
rings and combine diamonds/ for only $7,000.A CHEF
with carved craal, lapis lutll, last year's dress can be op- GOURMET
opals, torgiolse or tourmalines dated with a little dazzling belt .
all in the splendor of for about $6,000.However When the man about-town
a f ,#Mrw also turns cook his best friendsare
yellow gold settings. there art
The dual personality of much attractive chain and leather bottles boxes and cans
of the stone Jewelry pieces belts that caD adcI sparkle to last The proliferation of convenIence -
ppeals to the practical side of .lIIrln('. dress. ', foods from frozen or
both girls and women..such asa Buttons, too,can do wonders canned mushrooms bottled .4
pin that fits Into another,forming bur old garments--oval,square lemon and garlic juice to brown-
a beautifully enameled diamond -. round and "rounded' squares and-serve bread and rolls has
and platinum spray that .and rectangular. lured more and more urbane'males
can be won alone. There are a variety of the new- Into the kitchen to test
For the not-so-practical the :appearing neutral buttons, In their culinary creativity, according
house of Placet where elegant 'shiny Jet.. chalk white, clear to a recent survey by VERSATILITY of design[ Is a New Breed goal u shown In
little time pieces begin at a tacit and tortoise 'or'wooden ReaLemon Foods. these outfits which can be mixed and m&tched. The corduroy
mere (600 Is offering big ones; 'tones Not content with mixing the dashiki left, can be creased up or down depending on the
Qargerthan some eostime) If the antiquated number is In perfect Martini) or the best whis- occasion (about $15)) as can the water-prlng dashiki, center,
ranging from Just $4,000 toI I a solid color, try sparkling key sour In town, 72 per cent with Its matching Fela hat (about $9.90 tor both). The S-wny
*2.000. up with multicolorbandedbuttons. of f urban bachelors queried by dress, right Is the most versatile of all New Breed designs
The woman wearing a haute ReaLemon consider a mark It is made of two separate one-piece skirts, gathered by
gypsy costume with 18,400 to And there are ale glass of sophistication to prepare elastic at the top so that the wearer can create her own styleto
spend,can easily tell the time buttons molded like flowers for and serve gourmet meals! tit her mood (about $30)).
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and cummer. The two charming young ladies In tile picture are really InnonUng These Limit I of choke w/S or more purchase.lICludlna cillO......
beautiful Jewels come from Avon. They make a collection of sparkllng-hued Unsticks: also.
The beaded adjustable ring can be worn on almost any finger or toe.-ATM Products Inc.
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inyour; tired banket If vou'r spin
cleaning 1 1 and have unearthed 49
some old and odd baskets,don't .
u throw them Restore
As 'erydne knows,'it IS a lot ''"flower power11 patterns to ever! them hv.6nt 'washing with a .' 4k.MtaHKAlHrf.WM U-51-/es.
more p ful, bright, airy room than in a masher! It i gprrgi1ly,1iesh) acid and they will'h*' reads for
dark'dismal,cellar. It is also new, and blends beautifully with flowers, fruit. bread or collec AML. AILW15s..A1-slw l .. ,. .

work known with that makes the type a big of people difference you all flame the colored harvest cookware gold avocado and and appliances you tor'like Items but Paint th <.
look ,1 In 'popular' too . ASTOR OIL 69
ill the type'of work you turn out. currently so popular' Old stone'croeks, ilppin'I
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which yfu work will also Influence at home in the kitchen,. dining practical too 49 SALAD OIL 79
th/results. If you have efficient room or patio. Metal parts are They can hold : .5I.COFFEE. . .
tttractive tools at your stainless steel, handles are of ()umv willows .
disposal J you are that much durable melamine, and floral de- flowers, or 4t-M MM All MAVOM MtHT MHCH O* m1/ SUNNYLAND

more attractive With likely this, happier to in mind do jobl an,!the efficient Ekco, signs dishwasher are 'permanent proof! -. even greenery doorstep planter or,ornaments when serveai ., Drink.. . 1.
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Garden if one of the most delight- the aid of Ekco's "flower power" pine oil cleaner to clean, di.Infect .- La
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Black Official Sees "Tools Of Government" As Guides) Toward Fair TreatmentNAACP

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WASHINGTON: Samuel C. Johnson, assistant secretary for r. .q!" ; H ii''J1f\,: It. '
Metropolitan Development la the u.s. Department of Housing ;:,
and Urban Development, told a large group of prominent
closets attending the annual banquet dinner of the NAACP
DT Pittsburgh that there art tool of government which caa
'bt lied('o peed up fair hutment to Blacks.

Jachsoq said that he felt that '(i financial Institutions to Issue. i .. ': .
the use 'Gf new federal tools mortgages to low-Income : t4!,',' '"! ." ."

.mutually may of may reverse not the"slow aad of NAACP minority families. Be urged the :;"tI4i, ; ; i."y. ; ,.. .. : ;:. :: i '
pact to continue to quest : .:,, ,
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'Ghettoliatlon These tar ". '' J\o'.I. '. "'; ' ..: ..''
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he said, Include the Fair .. ; ... 1.
Hous- Fair Housing said the ,,:,: :' :..Ll "f. .
fug Act of 1968 and the Jones speaker, will have little Bean '"; "
vs. Mayer decision that revl-'llne unless housing Is available
tallies an old law that \1'
speclat prices that Blacks and the
focally gives! Blacks the same poor can afford Open housing l,

right to buy or rent property i where Blacks cannot afford to .. .
u whites. i move' will not solve tM) pro- \'
ne official listed as a national' blew, said Jackson. / tlf _: _' H
phenomenon "the concentration Concluding, thegovernment.of ., ",.,.'" ",. .. ""....../..,,. . .. ," AT iE
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the American black popula- men said, "Our ability to solve '
blue In the central cities of the problems of the cities which ; ? :{, : ( __

America." He said that Is to say our ability to ease the .....''. '.... ...'. L 1". -

.America's history segregaplight of the urban poor, who a i....',' ..",... :, ....',.. ..
Uoo and discrimination against are often the urban Black, de- "
.the black man and against poor peods In large measure on our }
cltlseas has created

.oppressed black community. aayabllitytoerpandlow-costhous-lag opportunities. ;'f" J '
Mr. Jackson pointed to then- t. I ...
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liant and effective efforts of the Nominations For 'f .', WI i .:"i'I -
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during Us 60 years. I ,. :; ;irk!
Part of the blame for .err.Splngarn 1 Medal Open ,; j' ':
gallon lies with : ,, ::' / .
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They have refused to take: ad- nominations MAYO from the opening public FAMU might! be symbolized In the first picture above. Oscar political science major from New Orleans seated left,get a twIn standing. In the right picture Ernest Fill,.., UIII" ltypbotOll'apber.

vantage federal programs defor the 1969 Splngarn Medal was Davis, newly elected president of the' Student Govel'llmentAI.oclaUoa on Firestone Rubber Company from D.W.Ta1milll, Firestone receives the 1969 Rattler award from Stanley
signed to finance the construe- announced by Roy Wilkins points to new political horizons for FAMU with. Personnel! Department, and from Willie Fort, right! foreground. Hart editor d the FAMU yearbook. The award made to toe

I tics of low-Income housing; The medal;' Instituted la 1914 Leonard Duncanson, his vice president Davis Is majoring la. Fort,graduate of FAMU Is manager of a Firestone store In individual the staff feels has made the must outstanding contribution

since this would encourage the by the late J.E. SPIngarn then Chemistry and comes from WUllston.; Duncan 1s an Industrial Miami. The meeting was part ofthe two-day career Opportunities in the production of the publication....Photos.from
migration d blacks from the NAACP Board chairman,Is a- Education major from Miami. In the center picture Les Kemp, Conference on the campus. Mr. .I.... Butch of Firestone is FAMU-Publlc Relations.

central cities to the white sub- warded for ::the highest of business administration major from Tallahassee.and Isaah Lee,
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.the refusal, until verj recently, American! Negro. Dade County Judge

Jerry, Subject

Tells Dissidents .
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Circuit Judge J.Cwynn Parker ,ti'.t: Black students learn more in integrated
recently prohibited the United schools? Advocates of school integration used to say
HR P8 AT. ThuW.tkSpecol' Q Black Students from entering this was so. But now they have their doubts. One of the prime
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WHITING' H F. S'.SIwn" ...... .........tb 49 Dade school campuses.The doubters Is Christopher Jencks of Harvard University's Center
-SIANI MlIERAL Injuctlon temporary, I for Educational Policy research, who asserted: "It seems fair
1: sought by the adSchool Board to from all I've that there is effect
LARGE MUllET .....1... ........................LB. 39 la addition the say seen achievements." no Independent
prohibited group of integration on student

SPEC TROUT .16. 69' DRUMSTEAK from Interfering in any way with
FILLETi': (AD.... 'Ib.45' the operations of the school NEW VP
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system or In disrupting pro CHICAGO-NPr-The University of Chicago now has a Black
i CONCH MEAT lb. 79' MULLET ROE.. lb. 9S- cess of education. vlce'presldent, Eddie N. Williams, 36.Williams .,ho was named

I SEA BASS ........ lb. 59' RED BASS Odell Johns Black leader Is vice-president for public affairs, has been serving assistant

)f CAT FISH ......... lb. 69' for Raking ...... lb. 59' also, covered by the Injunction. vice-president, He will be responsible for the university's
Judge Parker listed an "en- public relations, Including the office of public information the
G.n. Bench Whiling ......._.:................... 9' lb.ICepUrd virons' an area leading away alumni association, the radio and television office, and related
en "n'' V.d,,, SuI! '.'
: by 200 or 300 feet from the activities.
school. \
'? NEW 07LEANS-NPl--Tne) American Civil Llberties>mlon

B lyre 'has attacked District ,Attorney Jim Garrison's decision to pro-
Old Taylor Presents .five students accused of lowering the American flag at
: Ingenious Southern university New Orleans, and dining the Black flag

.J. of liberation. It is maintained that Old Glory was lowered

Benjamin Banneker(173M806)( ) T -ER--Charlie Bran (right, music director and air personality at KYOK in Houston, according to rules and that the students' action was not a display

and Ed Crawley, Mercury Record: Corn's assistant RAB promotion director, display copy of disrespect for the American flag.

of Jerry Butler's his tingle "Only the Strong Survive," which Charlie helped break. Charlie
began pushing the cot off of Butler's current hit LP, "The Iceman Cometh" In December "S t1F FERING"
following an argument with his girlfriend. It caught on and Mercury later released u a NEW YORK-NPI-Negro) students are "suffering from the

_ single which currently la nearln- v? the.-- ona.mininn.... '___.n_ wnrt n___. shock of' Integration" and are searching for "an easy way
:; y out of their problems with their demands for separate dor ml-'

I NEWS DEADLINE Fellows'lick tories and study programs," according to clvll.rlplll.ader
*: Od4 $1 Million Bayard Rustln. Colleges and universities, he said, should
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: news should be In the Florida: "stop capitulating to the stupid demands of Negro students"
4 Star It Office should by Tuesday 1 p.m. Coop Plea' For Its Members: 'and instead should "se that they get the remedial training.
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Monday so A.w UAWJoAN'\IIYI/-> I Charles R.
Gray, Philadelphia,
that It will reah our office by I. Gaines, Maryland, nati tarsi:
grand secretary,; and -
;+l Tuesday. Grand Muter of Odd Fellows:r Miss Susie Jones, New York A
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.: of Ruth-ladles'ldtUth':
Odd Fellows-were visitors to

the Louisiana Grand Lodge,
m. Thomas Buffington District

Grand Master, last week and un

YOUR OWN H O M 354-6746 Phone) folded might well in revolutionise the making which the

economy of many thousands of
= iLL'iCKI Odd Fellows over the nation
i rANegro ; The plan Includes formation of.

a $IIDillIOGnon-pro11torpnilla-
tion of cooperatives with headquarters -

As low as: In Philadelphia, home

put theWh'rteHouse where it is today M4i pN19P AY $ Mo. states of organizations the where national Odd under body Fellows, it and in have with all} YtDS

One'of George Washington's .rr+on gt'r.. lodges. IT orrll Lane has been 'on his own since be was
amazing'was the fact that he had OlvtolOn win
They worktoeffectcollec-
favorite oil SALES OFFICE at 16 years old. Today, at 25, he is still on his own..bat now be
.j# projects appeared to be much less schooling than his white DIVISION 20th ST. EXP. toys purchases by Odd Fellows has a future. .
ruined. Running the U.S. out of Philcounterparts.. In and Householders,production of ,
an era when most RAN PARK The big difference'now Is that Lane knows someone cares
.adelphia, Washington' dreamed of a American Negroes were slaves, Ban- things they need, creation of' (about him and Is willing to assist if he needs help.

new capital for his fledgling nation. neker demonstrated that as free men, many lobs of and a general of up Agraduate of Chrysler Corporation's pre-employment training -
building the
th'.tcooom '
To design the new city, he appointed blacks as well as whites'could make members.. program Lane Is the first trainee to be assigned to the

;a'committee L'Enfant. headed by Major significant contributions to the U.S. WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo Gaines has been connected with training"Without program this (the staff opportunity He is on the the pre-employment general salary

Grandson of a slave, 'and largely Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot! a similar organization but it program offers) lwould Just be walking by looking," Lane
has not been national inlts
L'Enfant was brilliant-but tern- self-educated. Benjamin Banneker scope. said.

peramental. After months' of wran'showed early signs of genius. At 22 he 64 CADILLAC SEDAN Dl VIUI ?,.... MS9J said He sees no reason why, u he "They didn't promise me anything but an opportunity when
(OMtO'l C0541 1'L AIR l CONMIIOUI II.{1N:. "It can not work on a I Iwork
gling, -the pINPOft I t.* ent red.he program. Now with trainees who are Just
major his
packed built the first American-made clock- vAIS.O'tenco0' HDMVAMMlsnicl. national u well u local basis w ,' '
66 CADILLAC SEDAN ........ like I was, Lane explained. .
plans an stop out of wood. Later he.wrote'almaplanning : AIR' CONMNON ewr +tAISt' LIRIC NINDOWS Lane is responsible for all the work..medical l
dead. nacs which 6t CHEVY II NOVA ....:..I....................... $179$ NAACP Seeks paper all forms,
required precise astro- RAN AUIC'MAII( RONIR' SIiFhrlr.IORf\\ application forms and testing-that Is assembled on new
jJSS. Washington's problem was nomical ability, as well as broad 65 CHEVROlET IMPALA .............,...................., (2103 trainees entering the program. FOOT trainees still la thVWo--, .
VI RAN AIIIOMAll OO"'U JIU.Nr Probe Off lies '
( when he found that one com-' knowledge of the era., .1 CAMOO ......t..I.I..e............ $2773 gram assist him. \\

I, mittee member Benjamin Banneker, Famous as he was for scientific .IIONNEVllll vRuKfISfM 'UI0"'I"'O"'UI'N...,...-.........,....'.-..'...<.,...con..-.. S3mt li 'State Prisei
,had closely followed the plans and feats Banneker\ might best be remem- fAr n R(OtVvlAfllANU H to>. VINYI toot.AIMOMNIW.,n (ONhiuoN. tilt!. "NM'OAS t s(.is. luck Morticro_ Elected ,To

was able to lay out Washington City bered as one of. the first Negroes to 67 FORDCAIAXIE 300 ...;. W3 DES MOINES,Iowa.-Followhg

j' very nearly the way L'Enfant had write in the cause of racial equality. PONTIAC AIR/ONn'S/.U'RCN GUANO PRIX"n"I'o"'lhIHI s..:/.i......,.....|UH... 53295" the recommendation d Its National Cfrelin Enbilners leiriSALBBURT
; originally intended. AIR CONI>IIIONID.ILILI. MINDOykS'' *NO 4Uli I SHARP,SMA.', |ACUVOM .Board of Directors, the .
,I His bold letter to Thomas Jefferson 10"W ARRANIY AssoclatlonfortheAd- N, C.-NPI-A.- ana war coats licensed funeral
As the only man able to salvage then .1 PONTIAC TEMPEST .....I.....++.1....................... S22U National R. native directors and embalmers
the. Secretary of State, was one of theday's I 00 AUIO" IH, 'IRANMISSIOH. ponv' lUIING, RosAIORr .01,. vancement d Colored: People In Kelsey, 54-year-old ,
months of planning Banneker WARRANIr y S has made quite a name for 111m. Kelsey, a product Salisbury
best for ; Ion has called for aa investigation
proved himself arguments Abolition. .1. PLYMOUTH FURY III _.............Jj.... UJII5 self in the field of embalming.Last was educated the lkjpubiicschools
most valuable of the'B v. ., dallegeddiserimiaatorymates
nneker spent his twilight AUIOMAIIC TRANS RAH TOWER >!IH INO. AIR l tONOIIIONINfe' '
years /ACIORr October, he was a at Ltvlagstoo llege,
entire committee. With a new chair entertaining visitors drawn by his 67 FALCON ;FUTYU.A .1... ;.;...*. $1693 practices against Negro 1m* successful candidate for a two- 'and entered thtelllbtlm1 field

man, he played a key role in locating fame as scientist and sage.. He was n'"OWH.'NSMIVJWN, vKf..,w. HH All IONOIIIOM,ONU.OOO Wlllt' :at Fort of Madison.the state penitentiary year term on the North Carolina via Cincinnati (Ohio) College.. ..

sites 'for the,-Treasury, the Capitol known as a key man who made Wash- 2 67 DOOR RAMBLER H (1' RAN......AUIO".lIt.......'........'UNlMlntON.......1.\,........ $1793 RobertWright, state NAACP Board of Embalmers and of Embalmers.

and the White House. ington what it is. And as one of the .6 MUSTANG ......................-.,.....,......-...., $12'5 i president stated: "that past sad Funeral Directors, a post He is owner-mana'ger of the
11001 SHIT' RAH Noble and Kelsey Funeral
1 which be took over'on home
'What made Banneker's feat more most Ingenious Americans of his era. 67 MRONpviQMD, BUICK WILDCAT I worHMOi.|(.,...?.,....;(.,...':'...,,......<$I 39', recent immediate complaints action to ferretoet Justify .I... 19.,officially: .'Salisbury;secretary-treasurer.;,

We Take. Dealt Where Others Refute discriminatory conditions and In assuming the post, he became -, Kelsey Mutual Bar .IIIOCIa-
HNar Old Credit alleviate the Intolerable plight the first person to be lion president, Pietfdpot district
Taylor Approved on Spot '
Nr C. Fumratictorj
d the Negro Inmates." eJected-with all funeraldtree-(

{ xENTUCKy STRAIGHT< BOURBON WHISKEY' '"OOfTHE OLD TAYLOR DISmitHY co.0.11, (,..", .. nY. R.EVANS Complaints Include allegations tors aDd embalmers throughout' and Morticiansaiscfcfttlon;'
Would : the state casting a ballot for past president and board chairman -
]! youlike io'own this handsome Sculptured bust of Benjamin Bann..e,71 Ws r loll made 0' that white prisoners are being their choice of a potential office N. C. Funeral Directors\

;antique bronze cast Hone, and carries. the complete Banneker story.It coils $5.00 (which It who !It 3rd & MAIN parOled-larMer thu Negroes holder. Previously, appoint- 'Morticians association;and

tats .).*nd check or money order to Old Taylor, Bon 48 5S.OrpndCentrolSroN.Y7 .Y.10011. IU.1311 O'EN'm 9:30: f M. El 4.1312 and 'kUjfaclsiitte receiving'(,Bents were made by the board president, Dlile Shores.Realty,
flea. ..allow t weeks for sOfftrliMeaqttfthan whites for '
dalivery.OBar expires! Dee.3T,1969.LL : : and the :
governor. company.
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I 800 Greyhounds In Tryouts. For Daytona. Beach Race Track Opening On June 2


7,500 FIRS Expected To Jon Novell Gilded Tem Leads A Double Life Soiart Dogs Aid Fast Footers

I Dayton Beach Dayton lead I I' To 1.1 Victory Assure Thrills la Big Gala

Ketoel! (lib For Jeao 2 Races; During Bid SIIO.GRIINSBOROIf.C.1fortla. Daytona Bt Kb..More than 809 x greyhounds representing 24,

Dytftona Beach-A record expected to be d the Nation's but known kennels are going through preseason
opening night crowd of somi tough again after tests at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club in preparation -
competing at
7,500 greyhound racing fans Is past few months Hollywood for the Carolina AIT, national Negro for the gala opening of the track's 22nd season of racing
expected to Jam its on Monday. June S.
way Into The Daytona Beach Kennel football champions season 4
be Daytona Beach Kennel Club Club offers the finest In racing concluded spring practice last 4Y General Manager F.D. Little- West Palm Beach speedstersare
for the gala Inaugural doubleheader field has announced the Mrs. Eleanor'Bnrke's
and weather is never a problem week Agglecoachforasby i ,
.on Monday, June !. with the Grandstand, luxurious, Howell Immediately predictedthat 1 s DBKC will open with I matinee- Fame's The Name. Susie
For the second year in a row Mezzanine and smart Clubhouse his team "might win three rY evening doubleheader. The H- Bounce, and Here Comes A1'8I1.
the track will open with a twin all completely glass enclosedand or four games if we're lucky." even daylight program will get Mrs. Robaa's pant Kathl Ross
bill ofmatinee-evening action air conditioned "Next season will be a rough under way at 2 pm. Post time now has 76 career wine and is
ElevAi races are scheduled on The track is located West on one/; added Howell, wbo guided for the evening races is 8.1S. in second place on the list d
the Daylight card, with post Route (2 and is Just minutes the Aggies to an (-1 record last Hundreds of Jacksonville fans the country's leading active
time pm.EYln1Dcactllll starts from Jacksonville and Orlando year. We slipped up on some are expected for the colorful race-winners. Mrs. Roban also
at, US. The 102 night scuta via I-9S and 1-4. people last year because they Inaugural twin bill and 1-93 has RaJac, 8.D. Ella, and two
continues through Sept 27. took us lightly That won't 7t takes you direct to the track. great looking youngsters in S.
The :JBlg Q' where you may North ,happen again. Orlando racegoers can save S. Hope and School Hopper.
collect eight, nine, maybe even Ccrolina Even so, A&T uupectedlobe ,time by taking super highway Kyle Stephenson Is back with
410,000 for your $2 ticket Is on thick In the fight tor the CIAA 1-4. The DBKC is on Route 92, Miss Kiego who rocketed to
the flrsc and second races. The Has Top PlayerGREENSBORO 'J' Championship. .Just last ...-1 just off 1-4 and I-9S and Just stardom after breaking In at
DBKC/ris first on Florida's ,son, spring practice revealed minutes from anywhere In the popular, air conditioned
Easf/Coast, to present the N. C.-Three, that the Aggies' forte will be Central Florida Summer track a year ago anda
form of .Tj Many of the standout greyhounds pair of 80-pound giants lID
poppx wagering North Carolina A*>T athleteshave defense its shortcoming depth.In ,
TWdaily double is on the last been selected for Inclusion the spring drills, Howell now eompetlngat Orange B. Happy and Ben J. Happy
tw6.'rices. There's also win, in the 1969 edition Outstanding came op with a defenslre .secondary Park will be action Daytona All three of these speedstersran
place, show, qulnlela and per College Athletes of America. unit of rising seniors Beach, along with scores of la tough Grade A company
fects betting. Many of the greyhound They are Aggie football stars Merl Code,Dong Westmoreland other stars from West Palm at West Palm Beach.
lacing perfectas pay .Merle Code and Willie Pearson, Mite Warren,and William Bar- Beach, Hollywood,Miami Beach Among the Jacksonville aces
more Ahin $1,000. Hundreds of and baseball player Clarence grave. LOS ANGLESt-8obby Thompson, above, leads a double life. For half lithe year be chases and St Petersburg. Among the headed for Daytona Beach are
quID/* return over $100. Williamson Code will be AiTs candidates football In the Detroit Lions' defensive backfleld. The other half 1* given to work on the Alibied, Re erred, F.C.'s
,UfJ than 800 greyhounds representing Outstanding College Athletes Little All-America honors' production line at Ford Motor's Los Angeles assembly plant. He Is six feet tall, weigh 190 Citistriplie! 1317 Venturl, and B.B.'s Promoter.
24 of the Natlm's of America is an annual volume and Westmoreland, like his pounds and has been training for some time for a career with the Ford company. He Is now Big .Jim Fallon will compete la
finest kennels have been competing featuring the accomplishments brother Dickie (Miami 20 hours away from a degree at Fepperdlne College. He plans to continue toward the master's. NEW YORK-The year 1967 a taken event but may be at
In tb.pre-seuooachool- of approximately 1.000 young Dolphins), is a pro prospect.) He figures at 29, that he his about two more years left for the football struggle before re may have let a new quantitativerecord Daytona later In tile season,
ing races and are all set to go athletes who have proven themselves The Aggies will start the seasofrwlth tiring. H. has qualified for the NFL player pension. for catastrophic events along with the other greyhounds
into official action,starting with in sports campus activities 25 lettermen Guidingthe in the United States accordingto owned by Chester Culbreath.
the June S opener. and studies. offense will be sensational the Insurance Information Schooling races will continue
Among the scores of big name Code, a junior defensive halfback quarterback Stanley Jacobs,who Persklig Rifles Conpaay I Institute. Thirty,four storms, nightly except Sunday, through
speedsters on the scene are is a native SenecaS.C.. tossed 14 touchdowns sea GIVE TO THE fires or riots left In their wake May 30. The public is Invitedto
Chester Culbreath's AUblad, Be is an engineering mathematics son. Gets insured damage of more than a attend the preseason tests.
one of the super stars of Jacksonville major and an honor Flanking Jacobs will be new Special CommeRdatioa :AMERICAN CANCER millirtn dollars each. The total Children, too art invited but
racing; Mrs. Dorothy student. ,Last season he was comer Ken Riley, a 215-pound cost to Insurance companies was in accordance with State Racing
Robin's Kathl Hoes, who has :named 'to the' All-CIAA: learn power runner who runs the 100 TALLAHASSEE, Fto-(FAMtJ) (category, The FAMU Persnlng SOCIETY about $325! million. Commission regulations cannotbe
76 career, wine; and Mrs and the District 26 NAIL team. in 9.8; fullback Tommy Blue, Units from the Florida AM Rifles drill squad was second I ****** *** admitted once the official
Eleanor Burke's Fame's The : and flankers Bolden raclne'lUOD starts on .June 2.
Pearson who halls from Larry a Werslty (FAMU) ROTC'dlvlfstcy' drlUJ .'
'Name. The Orvllle Moses Wlnston-Salem, N.C., was an transfer from Clark Collen' or I
axon won two nrsi a Lone
Kennel was one of the beat at NAIL All-American flanker and freshman Reginald Triplin.
second place recently :III'
St. PetersburgallwlnterandtheGeorge The defensive unit will Watch
recently signed a pro contract return
ROTC Competition against
".. Fulton aggregation Is with the Miami Dolphins. charge almost will junior Leading and BillyGaines th| Florida' State University, University This Clown Craftsmanship lives in Benchmark..
of Miami, Stetson University -

SPORTS PARADEBY tackles Warren and Frye Freddie Ben; and Bluhall Hunter linebackers and; Pershlng, and Auburn Rifles UnlversltThe Compan. '17 1i 15 Measure your Bourbon against it.

from FAMU was named the most
BY NEGRO PKESS INTERNATIONAL Dempsey Coleman. Bryant and Ralph Improved company in the .16th 12 II .51 -:-

Regiment, while the Capers (female --
Serving as co-caplalns for the )Drill Team tookflrstplac \ \.1
CARLISLE, Pa. Aggies next season wW be lIerl ti'think I
CAR LE.Pa.-(NPl--Tbe AAU and tile Olympic df1c:1alIar. Cn*> ma tackl. Kelvin Holmes. honors. In the fancy drill e i'
being petitioned to reinstate the late Jim Thorpe,a full-blooded : f. The men who make this Bourbon still

American Indian, to his amateur status taken from him when he, '7' + SS you can do a better job if you carea
was found to have been paid a weekly fee :or playing minor AIast leaf Nonets I.Playoff I.s IIi lot for craft.
,league, ball during his college years Thorpe was an All- i 31- 14 :- II your
American In football durJII19U-1Z.1Dd WOD tropbl.--current- So, they were happy with the name J.on INVITED display in Lucerne, Switzerland the Olympics. To D.,... Crown 32 '22 11jiometliifg Benchmark. It means, "that which othersare
measured against", '
ATLANTA-NPr) J. Simpson, Heisman trophy winner and ,.'1k.rJtJCHMO III' tgoiligjr" .. .: They think their Bourbon lives to '
k bolder of.the all-time collegiate rushing I word has been,Invited ,'A.i.1D tutar.. worth picked. np his eighth fl.'. down..He Adds, Subtract up
to participate in the Ninth annual Coaches AU-Amerfcan ....;rtparat10111"fct JIIfIpICllfb1Pplaoff. < straighT win for the Aggies; He- talllr9ncf.\!! name.
football game, to be held June 28 at Atlanta stadium. Also In. ., A4T baseball coach' In the second game,Delaware's ,Taste It and see what you think. T """
died has been Purdue's Leroy ICe,... Mel Groomes may change his pitching ace Tony Dopree ; 13"1143'Coming +
usual strategy and limit his yielded only two hits for an Benchmark-
TITLE BOUT players to four hours of sleet ,11-3 victory for the Hornets. Seagram's Premium Bourbon.
NEW YQRK-NP0--Fight circles, at least around New York, the night before the big game. In the championship game the .
are proclaiming a return of boxing to its former heyday, with At least, that amount of sleep Aggies !had overcome a 3-2 deficit
,the scheduling of a world heavyweight title match between Joe proved sufficient for the Aggies in the ninth, when All's 88 ,20 .31.MAN'S ,
Frailer and Jerry Quarry on June 21.The title match will cap to beat Delaware State 7-4 last ace slugger Royal Mack: tripled' .
Madison Squire Garden's current three-bout program boxing Monday night for the CIAA title 'home Williamson and Cumm-
revival, which began Monday with the Emlle Griffith appearance It was AiT's eighth championship ,.!ngs. DATANUMIERED
against Stanley Hayward,followed by a May 26 encounter between In 15 years. Delaware tied the score with a I
pick Tim and Nino Benvenuti. A111"'. bus broke down Sunday run in the bottom of the ninth II
night enroute from Richmond but could not snatch the. three '
JOINS/ HAYES, BINES GREENE Greensboro. Tbe Aggies runs In the tenth "Mans Days are Numbered. :
FRESNO, Callt-NPI--- John Carlos, San Jose State's Black grabbed a quick snoose then Ellison, the willing pitcher, Health and Fortune can be
power mllitant-at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico CityJoinedthe took off for Richmond again. It igave up only five hits. Yours when you know your
fast company of Bob Hayes Jim Hues and Charlie Greene, worked out just fine. Even in victory,Groomes bad< Lucky Days
In sharing the world record of 9.1 seconds for the 100-yard "These kids played the way I nothing but praise for Dela-
dash at the West Coast relays last Saturday night. Althoughhe .have been trying to get them to ware State's fine pitcher Tony Lucky Colors ect. '
Bad predicted be would break the nine-second barrier he play all season," said a hippy Dupree, who was pitching his I Send $2 00 for your
,was clocked at best-by one ofOcial-ln 9.0; with three others :Groomes. "They just did everything third ball game ((26 innings) Horoscope Guide for
I 'timing bim at 9.1. right. We found out what In three days '
;' FINALS ,we will have to do in the forthcoming "He did an outstanding Job" .MA.*
IN NAIA playoffs said Groomes. "I really don't .
!t* MAnj!> -( PI-.Arthur Ashe, tile Richmond (Va.) amateur Greensboro and we are looking see how be did It.". till mall in to the blank Post below Office ant
lean Astir, moved into the finals of tile International Tennis forward to it." AAT's title marks the eighth
? Box! 1171 Jacksonville Fla
teubc:"ely over the weekend by defeating Manual Grantee of The Aggies pushed aecross time in 13'.seasons the Aggies ,
I ;(Spec, 1-1, 6-3. He and partner Charles Pasarell have already three runs in the top of the 10th' have been declared CIAA champions. NAME .-
woo the men's double title. Inning to whip the Hornets.ALT .
t got a fine pitching performancefrom
i HIS OWN GAME senior David Ellison ofLanrlnbnrg. (DATE OLBIRTH .. Snpnn't &ncJmark.Kentucky Slnl hl Bourbon Whlikiy, M Proof Joseph B Seirim Si Soul,Loulsvlllt,Ky
P BOLLYWOOtNPI( )-Big Jim Brown, who forsook football. ,
I /with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League for The pitching of Ellison was just
I ,the glare! of the Dot pighb and camera,1s r great," said Groomes. Be!had Berber College GALA J
movies, in his next appearance. Brown will appear in National" only started one previous game OPENING MONDAY NITS 'dE t
,General Productions'! forthcoming drama Grasshoppers, this season and he must have
been scared to death. He did a' broil Now
fine Job and also reliefers
Southern Dude Tyrone Boldea and Wilson APPLICATIONS NOW BEING f
The Aggies and tilt Hornets TUITION' RATES AS LOW AS
split tilt first two games, also I $ZI.5 PER MONTH'
played' here Sunday on Parker i

: field.In tilt first game, freshmancatcher Eitir A Kill tiriir, I _

Charles Mlddleton's TUITION INCREASES' JULY I _
single in the eighth inning, _
sparked a four-run rally and 630 DAYS STREET _
AIT won 6-S. Wilson Stalls- 35i- f14

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Your Social. At Cancer Gala At Wofson Tonight .
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Old Aid New OrgaaizatioBs

MIAMI Miami's Black Coinell and the Interfaith
churches are making an effortto Agency for Social Justice
\ 65 ; close a gap unfriendliness. Black Rev. Bernie Dyer, head
:{ which currently exists betweenthe of the Liberty City Council, is
religious organizations said by some to be antlChrlstian. -
between church agencies This was the opinion
Young workers who have only 12 months or longer.;His condition seeking to do some good in the of Rev. T, Johnson,'president
worked for a short time and become must prevent his engaging community. of the Fellowship of

disabled may now rewire In any substantial work. B seems that the split has been Churches Another leader said
monthly benefits James H. If the young worker Is entitled between the "seniority preach that perhaps Dyer feels that
Middleton,Officer In Charge of to monthly payments his dependents ers" and the new militant Black ministers are not convincing
the Carver Station social security would be eligible also. Involved are the Metropolitan : to yoing Blacks as
office announced today. Illddleton suggest that anyworker Fellowship of Churches, the leaders. Therefore, Rev Dyer
Middleton said that the 1967 who becomes disabled, Dade Christian Community
has eschewed contact wkh the
Amendment to the Social Security contact the nearest social security Service Agency, theagencyrelated senior preachers. -
Act made many changesin office as soon as possl-
Liberty City The Liberty. Council Is
the social security program. lbe. Any delay In applying for backed by money from the
One of these changes permitsa benefits could possibly causea I national headquarters of major
who becomes disabled The social Attorneys Appeals
person loss of payments. ,iMu Protestant denominations which
before 31 to qualify for a this
age security office serving area w do their funding through the
disability check with less work Is located at 2188 W. 13th Street
Dade County Christian Community

credit than under the old law. and the telephone number Is AgaiistConty Service Agency .
The worker's mustbe
disability 791-2517.
Rev Kenneth Major, pastor of
expected to last for at least'
the Episcopal Church)do the
BoardsTALLAHASSEE Incarnation pointed out that
Virginia Commonwealth U. CooperatesWith some ministers have sought
s-Attorney self-aggrandizement. Some are
I Students Work Funds Earl Johnson of Jacksonville mistrusted He concluded that
ter' m and Attorney Reuse Marshall Rev. Dyer's organization has
,filed a notice of appeals in done much good He warned of
RICHMOND, Va. Virginia! the meeting. the United States DistrictConrt groups, however, within the
Commonwealth University's According to latest Information 'her on orders from Judge D. Liberty City COIIDC1l,\wh1cb
ifaculty-student committee, Stokely Carmichael, Bar.ols Carswell, because of might be bent on destruction.He .
recommended the acceptance of native West Indian, has taken earlier suits against Leon and spoke of need of greater
demands made by students here, refuge in proCommunistGuinea Alachua County School Boards. cooperation. He fears a rough
one of them being an Increase: in West Africa The appeals notice weeks a summer unless stronger effortsare .
in Black faculty members anda Carmichael was Interviewed higher court review over the put forth by citizens.
greater emphasis on a Black by Der Spiegel a German paper ------ ... -- """' Judge's April 11 dismissal of a Rev. Johnson says that the
studies program. recently Above are shown the smiling young members of the Greater Part U the center is Valorfik:stalbory, Cancer Foster Girl suit by Edward Barber and DCCSA and the Liberty Council
The Students for Afro- The figher revealed three waysof Teenagers Organization of GJEO, all of whom will be present for 68 and 69-Bob Smith Fashion Studios Photo others, former Richards High have failed to see the value of
American Philosophy were notable 1 Schools students,suspended fellowship. He said that he felt
raising money: Working
for the at Wolfson
Friday night, May 25, gala cancer program
to get Ylrginlus Dabney for Iti; 2. Begging for it, 3. expelled by the. Leon Board, the older ministers should be
off u rector of the Board of Taking It.Carmichael. following a SChool fight given a chance.

Visitors. The provost, acting, said, "Since Puts For 5...., I Tike OL. R.isil.11 The SIR fights! A higher court review Is also One minister has. made It plain
,Dr. Francis J. Brooke, feels Blacks are responsible people, r.nao Discriminationin being sought on the Alachua that there is a power struggle!
encouraged by the results of they hand on a good part of the .County School Board's further among ministers, a struggle I
NNFIIN.IIISE money to the organizers of the New Look Ari Are leutifilly Displays: Talents Jobs desegregation plan, stem Ing which has helped to wide the
revolution. He further said, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT from the litigation brought by gap between the old and tbe new,
Fit RENT This the third method,after Of OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION Laves Wright. Mother on April.IOOM the tolerant and the rejectlve.
Unfurnished House for Rent. all, America also has taken Pants continue their lively Designed to be worn with plLDts Mini Blacks 1800 6 St N W. Wash D,C. 20506
Rooms bath' everything owns today" fashion acceptance and for for leisure time on !land and MIAMI:-Black actors made"ARaisin'
Copeland, 546. 5 HonoredJackie
take on sea are rubber-soled fabric
summer they on a com- IntheSun"at thaMerry-
and fenced yard. Close
pletely new look. They are designed shoes by B.F. Goodrich The go-Round Playhousequttea good
to Bus $17.SO per week.
in beautiful prints, im- summer 1969 collection Includes play, according to reviewers.The .
Call 388-5472.
WANTEI TO RENT. portant stripes and gay solid a new lightweight Biped play is based on a argument
FUN. colors And those for casual or squeegee outsole that Is as to the spending of the
Couple would like to rent wear take to the fabric acce shown on a handsom oxford tie dead father's insurance beyond

.Married Couple only. Call 355- Furnished Apartment. No wear take to the fabric accessory and on a well-cut pump. There certain plans of the mother of
'9942.JEU.IANTEDTYPIST. children. Call Henry Columbus shoe with great affinity. are the rope-trimmed pumps the family a son wants to try
I 733-4363 and ties in another group And bribing officials Into glvlnghim
for the girl who is serious about a liquor store license Mamma ,
WANTED sailing there's the Jack Purcell says "Nol"They '
boating shoe.
ACCURATE TYPHT Must type Dollars Old Guns Antlgure glass Lamps And while many of those shoes doagreeongettlngalittle white l
Gold Coins-Silver house even in a neigh
50 WPM. Salary $70 to $100
7 shades, Old Jewelry & Pocket Watches, Automobiles Maps are designed for a functional borhood. Marie Payton plays a
wk. for qualified
per Apply in PERSON POSITIVELY person before 1920 Antique Clocks Swiss Music Boxes-Roll Type use--boating shoes on a wet wonderful mother.Mary Woods, .
deck tennis shows correct .1.
on her
is making
daughter-in-law, )
: FLORIDA STAR court--they have a look and way debut, a good one. Eric Buker'ssetting .

.Monerlef Rd near 13th st 822 West Ashley St. 356.7938 of comllemiatlng onshore'iothes / is adequate. .
iii also
Loraine Bansber,,'s, prolific !
ankh or iti es, ma Aft" this /./.I..h.t,., .._. .
It 1s It has been plcturlzed in
the movies. Its first production "

was In 1959 and won an award.TOOTHACHE. \,;. 1 .
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Mill' In ueondi it million' da with
1 I OKA JEL Many dentists rtcommtndHilniORAlEL -
I ; until you fit .. .. Jackie Packer, a history major from Panama City is presented a Pepsi-Cola watch by George'
\ "And I'm telling it like it is. People today are movingon pofiulonil triitmML X' Sk I Brown, regional representative of the soft drink firm, during the annual ROTC ball at
ora.jel'FOR t Florida AIM University. Cadet Packer was selected by the basic cadet corpsmen astbe
up-reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch. : 'most outstanding basic cadet. Jesse Brokenburr (right), a mathematics major from Winter

_'IOIW', Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The Haven, received his watch for being selected by the advanced cadet corpsmen as the most
with in-brewed cart MEN AND WOMEN outstanding advanced cadet. (FAMU photo
ir:7: only popular-priced beer in America

:;" : bonation (our own special way of putting fine bubbles OF All' ACES INVESTIGATOR FOR RENT
Format Demands
"; .: ,: ." in beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That's Take Mew IMPROVED MATURE

,;', Busch, baby. And we can prove it." ,. TABLETS for that tired, rundown Staff poration.InrestlgatorforlargeCor-Position requiresperiodic lerfer Couple or Single lady, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8
0 '. feeling that keeps you from Call 354-7510
1:<. Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer.. enJoylnlWe relocation and some challenge has been placed before
I. 1QO Tablets $3 00, 200 Tablets travel. College background 1111 CAPITAL us on the threshold of a
$5 00 $1.00 deposit on COD's ferred, investigative or police : summer of unmitigated dls-
BUSCH..from AnheuMr-Butch Ino, St. Louie; Mo. EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES experience helpful Good SEWING MACH content and crliU, That
Dept.FS,5931 N. Broadway, salary, excellent fringe benefits challenge must be met,with an
Chicago Illinois I 60626 opportunity for advance 1988 Capital Sewing Machine. equally radical commitment to

_ ment. Reply to Box 599 Sews on buttons, makes buttonholes undo, u much as we are able,
b fElGr( blind hems, fancy the injustices of the past and
r 'i C NEW ATILT: stitches, monograms Complete to eliminate the Injustices of

PIOBIENS.IN SERI. price $33.60 (tax included: ) or the present."

....' .SPRING CUSS. NO PEP AT NIGHT $6.00 per month. Call Capital The statement was adopted<<:
Now Starting NO VUI OR VIGOR Credit Manager until 9 p.m. May 7 at the Atlanta meeting of
""" r POOR MARITAL RELATIONS ,Phone 3880784. the Convent Avenue Baptist
h r I I '* Hospital Aide Class NO SEX DESIRESINCOMPATIBILITY Church in Harlem, is the board I
'" ., CashlerSalesClerkKlndeygarten ION chairman. Mr. Forman, who is
*. Teachers' If these an your p oblems 1111 SINKER,, SALE director of the International

Aide and you have tried in vain to Eli Tag Sewing Machine, Cabl- Black Appeal for the National
*,Piano-Guitar-Theory have them solved-let us show net Model, Slightly Used. Monagrams. Black Economic Development
gj + rnuural Band and Orchestra Instruments yon. the wa;:GU.uwcTEED- Sews on buttons,makes Conference, addressed the
Wu1L, uan0.s, NO OBLIGATION AND CONFIDENTIAL button holes, blind hems, fancy meeting.
Just CBECJC which' stitches. Deed
BOIDEH I COLLEGE everything with
problem you have. PRINT YOUR out attachments.Unpaid balance DONDAI NIISEIT
mnueneaP 1816 West 20th Street NAME MAIL ADDRESS ft ZIP CODE is $5160 or payments of$6.02 By Day or By Week"A
Registrar 3559722. Call ft WITH AD TO. per month Call Capital Sewing Home Away from Rome
Mon, Tues, Wed., and Fri GOOD SAMARITAN, P.O. Box: Machine-Credit Manager, until For Children" \
7.30 to 10.00 .18-313_ Woodbury, NJ. 08096, 9.p.m. Phone: 388-0784 'Close Sunday 2219 W(.45th St.


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