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 31, 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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self-styled prophet and seer, ABERNATHY URGES
wu shot dead last week In

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Then three Jaxons innded Ms b
residence hustled him Into his '
prayer room, in front of his tiA
newly wed bride, where they
shot him, but not without two NIXON TO FIGHT
Jazons losing their lives. In
what was assumed to be a
holdup attempt.A .
third Invader remained at o I, I
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gators the men pushed their '
way into the minister's apart- t.
ment. Then they marched the
minister and a coworker Into ai
his "prayer room,' in which
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chair.Father Jones was mortally shot Fired EmployeeShoots SCLC Head Feels Officials Soy

and died on the scene. DENVER A check: for $5,000 Is presented to National Jewish Hospital and Research Centet I
However assumed the Invest!- by the Ancient Egyptian Antic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine From left are William Worker High SalariesAre
gallons, there was an exchange L. Hunter Denver, Illustrious Potentate, Syrian Temple No. 49, The Rev. John Henry Hester, :. ,
of gnnttra. Following the shooting Atlantic City, N.J., Imperial Potentate of the Shrine group, and Richard N. Bluestein, executive Need For ConfabNEW
the three men ran from the vice president of the Denver hospital. The Shrines have given a total of $55,000 to After QuarrelOne JustifiedWASHINGTON
building. One, George Edward the nonsectarian& chest disease center. The latest presentation was made during a recent I
Brinson Jacksonville, ce lapsed luncheon at the hospital.Army Jason accused another of YOKKj--President Nixon and members of his staff were ; If you are poor
In a parking lot by the build causing him to lose his Job urged today to participate in unique interracial confrontations and qualify with the Office of I
ing, and died there.. last week. A violent argument designed to help break down the barriers of misunderstanding Economic Opportunity and, If
A few moments later Alvin Appeals Court 'ensued. The accuser allegedly .between vtiltM and blocks._ they can \use you as a con
King 17, also of Jacksonville, Introduces shot the nun he blamed for th.1oaa.otllil ., The Invitation was Issued toythe would benefit, they fee ,by)Join'ing sultant, u a poor person your ,
t died from ;a bullet wcnlHe. : .' OutlawsPierAs ;:.r-- Job The' shotyvly, 'currant.lesueolLoek Uaga-j laspvctalwhite-black-) : : :dally pay would be,$35.00. ism :! M; ,.
had 'been trying to get a cab fatal tine by RevsRalph D. leadership confrontation other words, t poor nun might
and also tried to commandeer : This violent argument of last Abernathy acid Andrew Young sessionwhich are conducted nuke as much or more than a
a car being driven by a woman.' Gis''iln Rebuttal UnworkableNEW Thursday, ended In the death of ,of the Southern Christian along the lines of grouptherapy skilled laborer or a troche

King was awaiting trial in - -- -- Daniel Callaway 40, 158* Leadership Conference. In used by psychiatrists. However, this Is not a matterof
Jacksonville. Records show that ORLEANStFlorida's Rutledge Avenue. Callaway WIt making their statement both Interracial confrontation splrallng Income.
be has a lour striae arrests FORT ORD, Callf.t-Dr. ride Cobbs, outstanding'' BlackDent hopscotchlng school boards and dead on arrival Duval Medical men said that national leaders sessions are part of a growing For several months about 24
and convictions In Atlanta, psychiatrist, author of the seller "Black: Rage" said that their philosophies were given Center from a wound the head often make decisions that affect national movement, reportedthe poor people have been used as
King lived at 6228 Loplln through a program of pros sore. Black Inmates of the Presidio knockout punches Wednesday of from a .31 caliber pistol. the minorities"the have-nots" magazine: Each group has "consultants" on a "rural impact -
Street, Jacksonville. Be was a; at San Francisco have bec One victims of "mass psy:boill" this week: when the Fifth United Leonard Dantzler, 28, 5527 without personal knowledge of white and black co-leaders, project." They have been
native of Atlanta and had an and have been "niggerised"Theinlnent in i: prison. States Circuit Court of Appeals Lewis Street, was charged with these people's feelings. with a dozen or so whites and working inSonth Carolina
,FBI record of arrests,dating writer and I .Vietnam and Germany Staff threw the Freedom-of-Choice the fatal shooting of Callaway.He The' president.and Ms staff blacks comprising the group Georgia Mississippi, Alabamaand '
back to 1949. He bad been authority, final defense wltnesiin i Sergeant Clifford Williams,one tactics they have been using was listed in satisfactory During the confrontationsession In Florida.
arrested 20 times In Jacksonville a mutiny trial of 14 prisoner of them, said Presidio inmates down the drain condition at the hospital.The Leader Honored both whites and blacks These special consultants try
and .n I\oottleky,Alabama, in the Presidio said, "Then were to be blamed for some The Court ruled thal37 shooting took place at the are forced to bare their deepest to get poor folks more Involved
Washing and in Georgia, are kids who runtromsituations. of the conditions. He said prisoner -< Louisana school: districts must Tire and Tube Inc., 700 West feelings on race and prejudice. In planning and directing local
Brinson, with it foal of 20 ''They're not mutineers, stopped up toilets tore submit new desell'epUonplaDa Adams at about II p.m. From this exposition of hidden antl- 'Irf1: programs. Each
arrests was 21 years old and pipes and basins from the walls. with.30 days, to take effect at In, spite of a bullet wound In feelings it is hoped that a new has worked about 10 to 14 days
lived at 1249 West Adams. His but kids who go AWOL. They Be admitted that ho was disliked the start of the 1919-l 'lO term his'hand Danttler was said to and more meaningful understanding according to authorities. The
record dates back to 1964 Be run away from problems. They by the Inmates and was This new directive by the court be ,the driver of a car tea: of each other will occur rate of pay has been defended
bad been sentenced to 235 days don't try to take over authority. known u "Jack the, Bear.", reverses a ruling by Federal heavily damaged an occupied between whites and blacks. Organizations In that the consultants expertise
in Jams and bad once been fined In ordinary times every one of Dr. Cobbs pointed to another District Judges to the effect that house at 1141 Golfair Boulevard, such as the is consldared valuable. Mathematically
'$'10. them would have been rejectedby defendant, >private Richard the plan was accomplishing An Innocent bystander, Donald Humanist Institute in San Fran- the consultant would
King was also charged with the military." Gentile u a "loner and a desired objectives with Felham 34, 9276 Greenleal cls:o report Gratifying results get more per year than/ other
vagrancy narcotic, violations The defendants claim they loser." Re said Gentile was sufficient speed.bother words Road an employee of the com- from white-black I confrontation OEO workers. Emphasis was
>and armed robbery He had were protesting the fatal shoot running away from problems the Federal Judges were some received bullet wounds FittIBS groups placed on the Inability of professional -
been sentenced ,to a total of ing of a prisoner who wu trying and. therefore, joined a sit- what in consonance with an PUYI beg and arm and was re-. i The Invitation extended to people to get the Information
10 years and two days and fined allegedly escape, They ,down demonstration last apparent and deliberate slow- leased from the hospital. President Nixon by Revs. needed, from those,
$1,038. were also complaining about October 14. dove in integration I in the According to InvestigatorSidney ,Abernathy and Young is worded questioned.In .
Father Jones married recently stockade conditions. The author further stated that schools. Galnei, Dantzler fired as follows Look: each 01 the .OIl'llCIII elites!
His dew bride admitted The army followed upon their reaction wu that of Black The Circuit Court's decision by the firm, came to the area "We invite you and your staff, two counties were chosen to*
the robbers thinking they were Cobbs' remarks by presenting people. "They were nlgger affects Alabama, Florida and accused.Callaway of gettlni Mr. President to Join la a the program. On each team werea
there for confer lICel. two soldiers flown.from led," said the witness, ""and Georgia, Louisana Mississippi him fired. During the argument series of Interracial confrontations professional and two consultants
sat down and sang "W, Shall Texas and the Canal ieascb> man fired several shots. in the sincere belief These teams last year
Jix School PriicipiPs Son Overcome." Zone It comes 14 days after Dantzler, following the shootIng that all concerned will profit visited throughout the counties
One of the defendants, Private three Mississippi JdgesupheldFreedomofChoice left the scene in his car. by the experiences and gathered information and
Dies dish Francis Sblro, Is from St.Pete,' for 33 The car went out of control on "We, the Executive Committee tried to help the poor adjust
Of Auto .fries home of his mother,' systems in that southern state. Golfair Boulevard and crashed DIXON of the Southern Christian themselves These teams return -
The United States Supreme Into the' corner of frame home Leadership Conference offerto and go farther with the
Funeral services. will be held Saturday for Richard BeIll'JCoot.1V Mrs. Fred, A. Dixon, above, -
a former Jaxoa who died on May 23 u a result of Demo Eieative Court ruled recently that the shifted the front porch and .etlres on May 30 after 30 participate with you and your program
Freedom-of-Cholce plan might caused the walls of the home to people, and with the representatives It was also brought out by
injuries he sustained In San Francisco Be was the son of after 29 years as Director of
not be achieving its objectives Is said to of the those defending the salary
buckle. Damage the disenfranchised
Richard Cook, EH, principal of Richard L. Brown Elementary the A.L. Lewis Branch of the
But, the High Court left some Then the scale, that the SCLC urged
School.Be I :amount to about $5,000. YWCA., During this long tenureof forgotten Youraffirmative
discretion to others to decide Dantzler is said to have put response will bring using consultants Instead of,
I service me leader has
was born In Jacksonville structor at East Jacksonville whether such system might his car in reverse and tried to from new hope to the nation. profes$ionals.
but had lived In San Francisco Elementary School one work seen the branch grow
since establishing residence brother Rldgely Ralph Cook, I Those Judges involved in i the back:motorist away.A passing saw the 100 to L200 members The executive -
there S years ago A graduateof grandmother Mrs Maggie L. u Louisiana cases said that the fleeing man and noticed his arm received her degree' in
New Stanton Senior Bleb Holmes aunts Mrs. Education at Howard University Honored As
; Emily plan was working. dangling from the car The
School, ,class of 1959, and a Anderson, Mrs. Sophie Perkins t tsA motorist managed todlsconnect Washington D.C. She took
former ,electrical engineering and Mrs Emily Thompson; Ad ***** the wires of the car., ,additional courses in religious I
education Later Mrs. Dixon
uncle, Ira Jones and other relatives. ,
taught, In Columbia Cointy
Funeral services for the deceased Tea Mislcliis To Represent schools and at Edward Waters
June will be held atM College. She has attended seven :i
Paul AMI Church at C p.m CHy li Nortl h i I''' Carolina national YWCA conventions Jouraalisl'I
Saturday. Interment will be In JOHN DEAN four regional conferences and I
Evergreen Cemetery with, John Dean, above,'U-year-old Jacksonville will be musically William Jenkins, Jr., 16, trombone three area meetings Locally,
ti Holmes and West Funeral Home Urban Collision executive and represented by ten local high ; William A. Barrier, 16, Mrs Dixon has been active in
kAr II charge d arrangements former antl-poverty official. school studentswnenthe cornet all students at Matthew the Chain of Mission the
has been named. Director of Greensboro summer;music W. Gilbert high school.. From Federated Garden Circles and '
1 the Democratic National festival gets under way for its William a Baleen high school, the Northeast Florida Council 'I
Ctrbiie Killer Committee's Minorities Division. eighth season on June 20th, for Rosalind King, 16, flute and on Human Relations, u well
He is a graduate' of Howard six weeks of learning al..urklA Alan G. Prater 16. trombixio, u on the Board of Education's ,
and a Phi Beta Kappa. Demo- with professionals from a emerged winners, Remaining television Channel 7parti
Pleads iMocent castle National Chairman Fred number of states top honors went to Alexander! cularly when U was established. I,
One of 'the carbine killers, H. Harris has recommended Auditions held Saturday eveu- Nelhans, IS, clarinet, Landon Mrs Dixon Is on the committeeon
RICHARD cook extradited from New TorkClty Dean as a, "highly competent tAg In the Sellers auditorium Junior High; Larry B, Rose, parent-chllil centers,GJEO '
has entered a plea of Innocent young mad, experienced In and lulled in the selection of the 13, violin, lugeae Butl.ri'Karta project. She Is a member of
student at Taskeegee Institute, la the winter deaths of two nun dedicated to the cause of advancing lucky ten who,uudur theawai"'Is Murptiey, 16, French the Duval County Federation of I
Ala. At the time of his dean and !the attempted robbery of opportunities for black financed ba'' grant from the horn, Wolf son High;, James Social Workers and of Delta GAINESmLt-.Carolyn Gal) Pope a third tear University of.. 'I I
he was associated: win Pacific 'several markets. people, Spaslah-speaklag Office of Economic Oppurtunlty Matthews, UplanoSmart Pope Sigma Theta Sorority. She Is a Florida Journalism student from Clewlston; Is,the recipient. of; ,
Gas and Electric Company In James Dlnkeos, 27, appeared !Americans American Indians will receive sli weksof Livingston elementary school; consultant for parent-youth or- .a $500 graat-ln-ald from the American New msper Pvbltaaen ,
Sal Francisco. He was also before Judge Thomas A. tackle and other minority groups tuition, food-. board private Joel \McKMsie,. 14, Violin,, ganisation at' Mt. Olive AME Association: Foundation::.Dean John Paul Jaw u4 sfce,.ol tilt
a veteran of the U. S. Air without u attorney and said he has served in the Republic of 'lessons, ..11.I1IIId: health fees Arlington Junior high school Church Mr. Discs Is a retired college of Journalism and Commiinleatluns review we aim*}
Force has retained a New York lawyer the Sudan, u press attache at aUowlfor lotalag and Stanley Lewis, of Atlanta, c.. executive of a local Insurance dally newspapers; received at the college.Carolyals one of tl/i4
Other. survivors Include: his Urkln linens fares assistant director lathe tasters. firm One son'Dr. Fredrlco A. Negro JouraaUsm students frosi
Judge : appointed a Jacksonville :: me United State* Cmbassyla rouadtrlp plane ,
widow Mrs. WllbIlIIIlSla coat; to defend the accused Liberia and la llerra Leone free 'medical examinations, Mule Festival program, Diane, Jr., 18 a'dentist and I(the foundation..The 11-,..,.* Miss fPXSyS&IN't, I I
father, Richard B. Cook, in, ... and u desk officer for African HMudiag money and drug store1 ''bee..1tieboardofjudgeswhich resides m Chattanooga Tens. University hut September from )PaUastlaA Bad Jlder CeIeet.
principal of Richard L. Brown George Young, Jr':, U, will goon Afmlrs Washington.He Joined itesu during the festival. *. Included lira Frank: P>' There art' three "......). vu grsdrated If_ 1Iar..uu..y ..c...... "' 11I: !
Elementary School Us "'r. trial on June U. on one of !the staff of the OKO m Autld Winners named were Joseph sfamU. preside of the frW- Friends can make reservations Pope r the daughter 1Ir W 1Ir. 'f'". irck, ... S.
Mrs. FIll tda R. CAI<" In three murder Indictments, INS. S. LJptrotm age 13, violin, CONTINUED' ON PACt. 10 '.a.1M TWCA- W or r Photo. ,,g,; 41 ., .' ;;" ?,

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company MILITANT BECAUSE THEY ARE ASHAMED OF THEM WHITNEY M.YOUNG, JP



SAYS HARVARD JUNIOR,. title of my new book, published this week by McGraw-
4r Hill Is "Beyond Racism: Buildlu an Open Society.'

iTJONAL It'. five years since I last put my thoughts on the racialscene
\'EGRO P 1 i In book form, and much has changed since then. At tit
1 time, the civil rights movement was concerned with the battle
: for equal rights, but I felt that the real struggle was going to

emerge on economic grounds
ERIc, I. $IIP$1N...UAU INi HUH g I asked then for a Domestics Marshall Plan, to help bring
I about equal Job opportunities, and better housing, health, and
RILRA IRRTEN..CIRCRLATIIN. MANAGER education for Amerlc's oppressed black minority.
That massive commitment to breaking down the economic

barriers between the races was never undertaken, and the
N crisis I foresaw is upon us Wears. BOW In the post-civil
V1 rights phase of the movement,
2323 MRRCRIEF ISO 1 and the battle Is DOW clearly
against the racism that pervadesour

P.O. SOX 5)9) UCRSRNTIUE, FLRRIRA 3221f +.1 1/yST/ RUCTO society.In "Beyond. Racism,' t also

make suggestions radical
MORE 3541712 changes In the way our society

distributes Us rewards and necessities

MIAMI OFFICE 5111 .,1. ltd AYES .. among the various
groups Jt Is now clear that

PR8NE 751-3178 there has"to be a drastic change
in the pdwer relationships be- r r /
SUBSCRIPTION RATE J ween whites and blacks In sssssssV ssm '
America. ', ..
One Year, $12.00 Halt Year, $7.00Malled To You Black people must have their fair share of the power!

Anywhere In The United State / privileges now held exclusively by white citizens America*

Subscription Payable in Advance i cannot ask the black man to be responsible without giving
him the responsibility for his own destiny; it cannot ask
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Send Check Or Money Order To FLORIDA him to exercise discipline unless It allow him the power to
control his own life.
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This Is what the whole struggle for community control of the
schools and other public services Is all aboul. The black mu
REVOLT AGAINST BLACK MIDDLE CLASS BEHAVIOR? wants In; he wants to take Ms place as an equal partner In the

-q' is ,:' society. '
University !I. TroubleA 'I wtt'rMjrMMjrMMJmmm The subtitle of the book Is "Bu1.Id1DeanOpen Society. That's
because I feel whites and blacks alike must strive to createa
St. wtersburg Time staff writer, stan Wlhrer,II a feature :--. -- -_ .....&MMmMtoiHrMj .. truly Open Society, 'a society In which each human being
article last Sunday called attention to the University of Florida's .1 can flourish and develop to the maximum of his God-given

status "within sinking distance of mediocrity", because is 3iUlA' ,;' wi I potential, a society in which each group can retain Its Identity,
and getting state funds commencurate with its size and pro- i I'I 3''t.n, .0 .Ili 1 and pluralism Is respected.
grams YOUR WEEKLY In an Olen Society for example, some Negroes may preferto
What Impressed us more than anything else was the chart ; live together temporarily in close-knit enclaves.-as Just
showing the 1961-1969 percentages! rate of gala In state funds I about every other ethnic group in this country has done But
for the following unlversltles--Unlverslty of Georgia, 130 the exercise of such a choice would not be penalized with

per cent; University of Kentucky, 250 per cent; University ol Inadequate services, discriminatory practices, and open hose
Virginia, 289 per cent; University of Tennessee, 230 per cent: HOROSCOPE GUIDE '4s:: -I. tility. It would be but one of many choices Individuals
University of Alabama, 130 per cent, and the University of 1 1By would be free to make within a pluralistic society

Florida, 110 per cent. ,. : OHflan Respect for the differences among people alone won't bring
The per capita expenditure for Florida students Is ping ,'" .' about an Open Society. Group achievement must Join group
down and there are reports that a shortage of funds may fore respect as aa essential Ingredient When, in each group
limiting eweUent, particularly In graduate programs. : PABLO The ASTROLOGER >\tttll t/ I In our society, roughly the same proportion of people succeedand

For concern In this matter can be extended to the Florida :iJ c I ) nM ktt 3)/i it fall, we will have tine equality.
AIM University at Tallassee, for If the percaplta expenditure ,,- (-; ,t t>3 wclifT 1 That .means for a time at least, unequal resources will have
for Florida students is excessively inadequate, so lilt at to be allocated to enable all Americans to compete on an equal

FAMU. This institution Serving many disadvantage students <' : (WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS :,,I I1. 'V; ? basis It Is the height of hyprocrlsy to allow a child to grow
Is In urgent need of "not less money" and "more money"to : ;i.,,UKi 9 up In slum housing, attend Inferior ghetto schools: and keep
adequately serve the public. Jtt/. : < him from all the advantages other children enjoy, and then
If the University of Florida Is In trouble, then FAMU Is la for 4, ., ':jinJOG :l I say to him: "Go ahead and compete, you have equal
greater trouble, : fOR. opportunities '
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Grade Professors? The road to an Open Society is a long and difficult one, and
if".J It will take hard work by all of us, black and white, to remake
The que'stlon of students grading their professors is an age- .. .. ..... : 11, '""* America Each Individual can make a contrlbution-by volunteering -
old Issue which: has not been validated to the satisfaction of all. _. _. ___ _________ tutoring, and In other ways (I've Included a section
There are some advantages of weighing the performance of 'r.I. ItSI1IiIIIIARIES .,.. F / ----fII'.J/I called ,What You As: An Individual Can Do, to help spell out
college Instructors U approached from a logical viewpoint. ; the various things concerned citizens should be doing)
Students, for example, will soon be permitted to grade their Change Is always bard Giving up privileges and making
teahers at the University of Florida between May 26 and June special efforts comes bard to many But we are presently
2. Both the content of the courses and the professor's manner on a collision, course with disaster and only by eliminating
of Instruction will be Judged the inequities In American life today can we hope to preserve
The evaluation Instrument will be the "Purdue Rating Scale that which is good and healthy in the American berl

for Instructors,' a nationally recognised questionnaire, which j
gives students an opportunity to Judge Instructors an such lill.IIICI' CAJ1IC11NISIS As It Looks From Here
points as presentation of course materials and stimulation of

students 27th '. APRIL.: itJ.' SIC.2.d LEONI(L LEWISNPIIt
If the results of the teacher rating study Is merely for Information '
then we are In agreement with It. But, If such Study learn there Is very littleIn : .,JI. 11" If you are white, you're right!
you're brown stick around!
student evaluation, as we see it, will react upon teachersIn the way ofactlonrevealedfor UluUDOD't ,
a punitive way, we say, "Forget It.' this month In general, and for let them there are people U you're black, get 'way back!
If student valuation Is worth anything at all, the study must this quarter In particular. who can wafteyour precious That saying was popular in the U.s., during the thirties, when
be conducted within a framework of certain guidelines. Art Those who are familiar with ( time with Idle talk or attempting the color complex was a social tradition. light-skin Negroes
U to sell new Ideas philosophies (Creoles) didn't associate with the blacks..and only a few of'of
the students qualified to mue impartial evaluatlonsVhatl the ways of life will welcome
students would not be permitted to participate In this Kind this respite to Improve on their in which you banD'slightest the browns. The whites didn't associate with either, if they
of study? Is motivation only the responsibility of the professors knowledge, techniques or whatever -' interest. It's better to cut them could recognize what they were. In many Instances the real
or do the student have a responsibility for their else Is special concern, .. short right at'the beginning, light Creoles took advantage of this, and frequently advantagesthat
whites had
own motivation? for, the moment. Its always since there will come the over Negroes.
If the promotion and status of professors Is dependent upon timely to to make a financial moment when It woold have tot The discrimination and exploitation of Negroes Inthsicountry
rating scales, then there should be other forms evaluation check to see how investment be done anyway f out of sheer are built principally upon the color complex. Many Negroes
than that conducted by students? Even the evaluation of teachersby programs are doing and to reInforce boredom or desperation. have beea able to cross over the color line because of their
,t u 'al\e,' resemblance to whUes This goes to prove that racial identity
college administrations themselves, u they have been conducted the security base many
In many instances In the past, Is highly open to some way deemed possible. or colored blood count had nothing to do with It. .
questioning: the _,r.,4 The present practice of referring "black" to Negroes places
20 8 -J!: Sr': 32S1oJI" them In a position that Is awakening the white man to the fact
l-M-l7.rJEfrfo.lli :. that black Is different from white, and It menas something lets
( than the standard Americanism in citizenship classification
Fortes Use LessonThe 'i'' cU Ji ,BntA1M SWe Irishmen, Italians and Germans come to this country.

love of money Is the root of evil'' Is a well-known ARllS2Rtt .8t1.1U Upon arriving here, they are naturally proud of their racial
axiom Yet some men have not learned their lesson from ( '.J jltIS heritage. But after being here for a year or so, they forget

what it has done to others In high places. ",. Irlll, their native racial heritage and are lost In the throng of white
Apparent evidence and facts would seem to Indicate that*, IIRN IAI. Americans Even the Italians, who are not to white, become,
"lust Americans'The
Justice Abe Fortas let the desire for money become the way MAT 2ltlk 2lttFER.; llttSurroundings'
that tripped Us down&ll from the Supreme Court. For a man Negro, a race created In this country, after over a bun-
In his position, this news came as a shock to the citizens of takes selflessness. WhenVe arilmportantsomtf dred years of citizenship, hasn't been fully Americanized yet.
place loved ones on a pedestal satisfied with While he wants to cling to his African heritage he Is actually
this country Re was forced under the span of a pointing and people are ,
an accusing finger to step down, while trailing after him were and lavish too much In the way 3.40-55.l6.4.387 Just a hook to hang their hats u habits foreign to African habits and culture, ube Is from Chinese
of affection and gifts on them, and culture.
"a host of alleged Improprieties., on and t cot to lie down onto
lfen In high places during the past have fallen from grace: we not only risk earning theiringratitude sleep' But this Is not likely His All of his habits are derived from the American civilization.

to which officials In the Whiskey Ring and the Teapot Dome but their dislike to be, home to the ."race.AqIl11'IID French civilization trends are as much African as they are
wish to be
After all
Scandal This, for example, the case of Adam Clayton Powell people these days They will tt's
congressmen from New York, whose alleged misuse of federalfunds treated u ordinary mortals faults I want something. that not only that black a traditional complex within the circle of most Americans,
with an the attendant means
led to his downfall our lawmaking body. has tie look, but the feel of IOmlthlneleal in culture and civilization
and weaknesses ft Is too muchto ; Referring to a
Julius Caesar said of his wife that she must avoid the permanency Comfort, as 1m- "Black' In this country means b.1t
appearance of evil ask to expect them to be to ; ..portant as it may be, will haveto merely a cOlllumer that w-. doesn't have the capital nor administrative .
almost godlike and possessedof ability to be
The cases we have cited ev1dentlllyT did not come to Kr"Fortu' share first place with It a producer.
all The virtues In short, we brings to the realization
attractiveness.PISCES. that Blacks
mind Columnist Henry Brandon put It this way: do not produce anything -
jail want to be disciplined when that It takes for
"Tragically, Justice Forts seems to have got so used to to .mt. They are only laborers,
we knew wt deserve It andreserve .13 4' Ib employes and parasites, living on the white
playing a powerful role that he became Insensitive to the i0 1"n77 r eeoaoay.
admiration and
our ,1..1
ethical borderlines that do not assert themselves from time means whoa n "blacks' Implies being a beggar. It
sometimes love for those who t tbcIae
buy what
to time and then !usually with vengeance. DIed. n they wane aDd bee that what they
have the character and courageto means fighting the American civilization hand
on one
call us to order and begging It with the other band to to
fight barder. help prepare him
"S'- eo: 2Z ..l897.99q; RUN FIR. Being "'b1aek' mean

This Week !I. Nero begging for better tormtat our educational system, and
HistoryJune educational '
fltt: <
IEIIHI lit. MAI. It means rioting and W uny.* the same time.
1,1851. Henry 'Tanner, famous American Negro painter An that's the It destroying your own
who achieved his greatest honors In Europe was born In Pittsburgh RUN MAT It's less, exhausting to driftwlthfbftlde way ,lootfrom here,

Pa. ,, than to awls

June 2. U50: VS. Supreme court outlaws racial: segregation Hit JOE 21st, against it Besides, this probably -
would get, nowhere Give
la rallraod dining cars In Inter-state travel. threat Emotions to heretofore simmer a possible happy since,JkffetaveBly jo pattern Is lathe To The

process of
changing a Job
(June S, 1887 Roland Hayes, noted tenor and concert singer! marriages may be the incUna-i, ,' in hunaans are never
who has achieved fame all over the world, now living la floe<< of one of the partners to
asked to'
:retirement, was bolD In Curryvllle, Ga., of a Cherokee bfceme emotionally 1n'oI'edl << take care of participate dally requirements Simply, AMERICAN
'' Indian father and an American Negro mother win .. It CANCER
simply be tufateation that here I professional, domestic, or
I otherwise, aa they colIP and
.. 3 19(7 riot welfare checks. Itself oat but
: Bostoo-Roxbury over rapidly l avong'deepseated consider. It a,'lob>> well done
hurts that remain. at the end of ;each The
I day.
June 4 1149 John Mercer'Langstoo The. time to
: lawyjr, CoscressnUk think of future wellbetaf difficulty of fitting along win SOCIETY
from Virginia, abolitionist, minister to Haiti and acting presl19 and happiness Is before I people .la key associations

delll Howard l1alnuU" -1l1S-75" ,wu pUuated troa: taktag actions that may dothem at \ makes it all ne more necessary
Oberl1ll rstversity, ham and sot afterward when
oft to be u smooth and conciliatory rj' / ,
generally is too late ; 1 y
as oae knows hoe under ,
I. i, 7: Bob Lee, ex-coach of Southern uI"ratty' p ,.
and all circumstances.
,I: Baton Rouge, La,, named to NAIA"Hall of Fan*.

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I Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Alumnae Chapter Holds Black Heritage Seminar I,

{Religion And RaceOPERATION Mimi Debnfapfes Visit BCC Program Designed To Give ''I

--' Knowledge Oi RaceDelta I

1 rF---TT
J Sigma Theta Sorority's Alumnae Chapter has launched

LISTEN ..r..r..rnrwn r.r r..rir rrn.... upon a new theme and one boubtless destined! to draw citywide:
rl r attention and national
support-- HERITAGE
WEST POINT, Ulw Coons il) ." i the pro SEMINAR
ject of the National of Negro Women,4ai d United Delta Sigma is the first local

preibyterlan Women hu completed its initial phase of a program t, sorority group to give complete Gregory's lalisf: : book "The
to stimulate of 4l traces SiiUrv: That Scales "
dialogue among women ereD attention to Black Heritage.The Me.
and cultures. The interracial International croup of 30 women i "' 1L seminar aims to acquaint the All sessims till be hell at
recently spent a week in the northeastern counties of Mississippi W t public and the high school tie Myrtle AVOJW 3-uch

"listening to the people of Illsslsslppl-both\ black and student with Black Mucic;'the Llomy from 7 bp m.ewU
whlte-and translating the problems of Mississippi to those T. t r art of the Black Man. Black 'It'edJl4ti'brom Jill!11 thro.igti
back home." One of the stops made was at Mary Holmes college. Culture and with books that are June 16. The public: Is bvlted.,

written concerning the black :Mrs Thomas J.] is

KOllElUSHVIL1.ENPI IL' people of yesteryear and of to- piujnts chaLrmiuSemi.Chic: .
)--Tb. Black Methodists for Church Renewal :

(BMCR) has selected Nashville as its headquarters city: ,accord- ; .day.On June 11 students of the
lag to the Rev. James of the
M. Lawson, Memphis chairman Eugene Butler High School will
group Among the reasons given for selecting Nashville were .
that it is located in the South and Black staff members can be Geraldine Thomas I Rose. Social I Club Meets ]
provide a "suportive fellowship" I
mary Burney Shirley Rivers n.Seml-ChlcSoclaland

CRISIS 4 and Brenda Badger Saving Club will meet Monday
The Second .session will be June 2 at 8 p.m. at 7219Rutledge
NASHVILLE-(NPO-A program of "Crisis Education" has ... give n by the students of the :.Pearson Drive

been approved by the United Methodists' Program-Curriculum .._. New Stanton Senior High School. Washington Heights
committee The aim of the program is to "mobilise all educational Sixty-six Miami Debutantes sponsored b1 the Miami'Alumnae and another film on the life of th! Institution founder Dr. Mary Clarence Pugh will discuss Mrs Rosa Sturgle Is hostess.

Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. visited Bethune- McLeod Bethune entitled! "The Crowning Experience: The' "BlicU Ragn".a'll jjlognp&yoiTMalcolm Mrs Small is president Mrs
resources of the denomination to reach enlighten and Cookman this week. The group welcomed by President Richard two day visit also !Included a visit to the' World most Famous X. Mi't Thorns/,\Udli J. Jordan report.r.Washington.
motivate United Methodists to deal with the nature and causesof V. More, toured the historical campus; viewed a movie deplctBeach" and a concert by ,two senior B-CC choir members .: uri "3>il on Ice. ,Juanlfa
racism In the .
log the orgln of B-CC entitled "A Rock On A Weary Land": Martin Gross Photo. Law wl'l! ijosiia" "Growi,jj :'J., Court
)';., This isM'nl : 1Juna

NEW YORK-N PI--Not to be outdone by the United Methodists MB. Sarah Wilson Jones Weldon Branch YMCA Lily White Lodge Tao U stales a I' V lUamRii.ivf Will Meet Friday
the Office of Church and Society Division of Church and Race, .
tat 1.e
U coiul'M1 1* )J
and the Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations have No. 174 Elects i Washington Court No. 206 will
Observes AnnualMrs. 1 P-: i spans u J b.> c4 will be:
formed a task force of "Crisis Interpreters" to be ready at Schedules Activities Ronall Hays "Black Like Me;" .meet Friday June 6, at 5 p.m.

the next general assembly of the United Presbyterian church, to Sarah J.: 'Wilson will Many -- -- - Officer For 1969 James Plnctuey, "Jubilee," al the Temple 410 BroadStreet.Mrs. .
"give authentic and articulate of the nation's racial L. Campbell Most
expression '
observe her fifteenth anniversary The James Weldon Branch of 1:30: p.m. Deputy Willie Mae Uortla 181d Mel/lna Spivey "The Sara nun1
and !inter-cultural realities; The "interpreters' consist of Ancient Matron Mrs. Eliza
u a sololstf nday the YMCA announced this week The open swim is Friday from the election of officers for the Between" and Of met r la ;
six Black of whom Is chairman of the 13 Robinson reporter
members one group; June 8, at I p.m. in the several of Interest "Black Boy" This U
South night program great 4 to 7 p.m. Family members Lily White Lodge No. 174 at Norman
Spanish-speaking African. members one Indian a auditorium of the Holy Church Jacksonville residents can swim on weekends from 4 their last meeting scheduled for June 23.: I

HOLT LAND TOUR AHEAD of the Living God, Fourteenthand as well u the presentation of to 6 p.m. On Saturday the open Mrs. AngelenaHogtnsls On JuIJ 2 two students NOW OPEH-
NEW Grunthal. Bishop M. Baker a star-studdad program. swim Is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. president. Mrs. Lille Mae Wolfson and one student from Continuous
OtlLEAN3- Black Is pastor. The James Weldon Jackson and from 4 p m. to 7 p.m. Harris Is vice president. Mrs. the Flolda Joni" College wilt
of New will conduct
an interdenominational auxiliary bishop pilgrimage Orleans to the personally Holy land this Among talent appearing! will Branch YMCA will present I Open swimming! on Sunday is Thelma Epps will serve as review three booVi The

summer. The pilgrimage is expected to depart from New York be the CUftone Gospel Singers dance recital on Friday Nightat from 2 p m. to 8 p.m recording secretary Mrs. students an L/Mte Pajlln S A.M. BREAKFAST
Mrs. Ruby Manning devotions; 7:30 p.m. in the WWIam M. Maybelllne R. Wells will be Johnny Barnes and Otis Newton
on July 14, and the tour will officially begin In Athens Greece Little soloist member of The fifth session 9 will
Tens Raines auditorium This July ,
Civic DoraB.
Golden Dream financial secretary mrs
followed by a full week in the Holy City a visit to Istanbul 11 A.M. LUNCH
thence to and Switzerland Latimore Singers; Teresa recital entitled "AnEveningln Anderson is manager Mrs. feature a film: "Ma:tln! Luther'!
Rome Wilson solo; Mrs. Latlmore Stardom" features 65 young Minnie, King Marshall Mrs. Klai Man a* PU t." It will\ SERVING
and the Gospel Singers; ladles from 4 years of age to Club Lists Projectthe Maggie Lee Bellamy will be also feature 'jooks concerning

iisfcop W.R. Wilkes Sets .J..1' Alphonso Watkins reading 18. Golden Dream civic Club tellers. Mrs. Ethel Hopkins is the late martyr SHORT ORDERS
Mrs. Lilly.James, solo." The dual group In the Saturday !inner guard Mrs. Caldonla The final scsi.on. of the first FULL COURSE DINNERS.
And: Joseph! Cr.wscoUecUODiAln ; morning dance class of the Johnson will sponsor special project on Demery treasurer. Mrs Grace half of the seminar will be

For AME Geitnl herd Miitiii Rowe Mrs. Barbara Branch and the William Mr.Friday and May Mrs.30, at LM.the home Bannon of Gibbons and Mrs Lillian Smith given by the students of Matthew: The

'w: .Lower, Mrs. Viola Stuart {Raines Dance Group,both under 5757 Ken Locke Drive., are on the banking committee. Gilbert High School on July 16.
COLUMBUS OHI 'lbe Rt. years ago by the pre.eDtp&stor. Deacon E. Lambert Mrs. (the tuteriage of Mrs. Bernice Arthur Lee will revleW'Cnolce GREEN LANTERN
used for
The will be
Rev. William R. Wilkes, president Rev Jordan and Is modern in Carrie Lockett Mrs. Claretha % Jackson. the annual proceeds drive. Smart Set Social of Wt;IOOS' Jauai; Lint"/, I
of the General Board of\the every manner Finn Mrs. Thelma Edwards- The uniqueness of this affair "Difm PIH Maia :reots";
African Methodist Episcopal Bishop Wilkes thought of every Missionary M Roberts and: is that Johnson Branch Is !Involved The regular meeting will be and Lam MOl'3.>, "Manchlldln 1182 Kings Road
June 2 8 at the Chase
Church e comfort for the members of the Mrs Grace Gilbert hostes. In "OPERATION at p.m. Club Announces TeaThe the Promised Land"T'here'r'd;

nowned Prelate of eandon:4 Board when he assigned Bethel The public is !invited CULTURE UPLIFT" with Street Chase Community Streets.All Center members, 29th Smart Set Social Savings all) IM a discus n of Dtu Pi.
Episcopal District as well u as the Church. It has more than ballet, tap modern Jazz acrobatics 191'0163't
are urged to be present. James Club will sponsor a tea Sunday I
Host 12 rooms in its Educational Re and the other fine arts,
Bishop to the Council orBishop' '
June 8 at the Acorn Community
Sparrow lapruldnt.Mn.Clevann ,
and General Board Building, therefore, each to help Improve the whole \ I
Is Center from 3:30 until Spm
Sapp reporter p.m.
gatherings June IS-19. In Commission will be able to have .r .pOinllted child In our community .

Columbus, Ohio has set June separate accomodatlons. The Plan now to enjoy this affair. Mrs. Eddie E.Muller is president -
.7 as the date for the General Commissions will meet .' The branch offers here a ** and invites all clubs of the When only the

Board to meet in Bethel A.II.E. Monday June 16. A large park- : Summer Enrichment Program, to be guests Mrs. Battle '

Church. The Rev. E.B." Jordan, ing lot that win bold 100 cars "*" \Dundee the!.. ..supervisor, of..the.-" Vance city Is ,recordiag..*ecretary. _.:-0,;, A:
Is pastor of Bethel Is next to the church'and adjoining 1 "Dr: Gore 'Spdks'olCAt '
Bethel A.M.E. Church Is located >>- space is available, if : Board of Public Instruction
at 2021 Cleveland Avenueon necessary It also has a beautiful ., which runs from Monday College ParkThe helps. prevent diaper
mh. fiom dh'I''rhunJl'
the corner of 26th Street sanctuary that can seat up KARL M. JOHNSON through June, 16 through August Voorhees '
College Park Bible Class to diaper n
to 500 8 from 6 to 12 :
It was purchased less\than three persons. a m. noon
Councilman Earl M. Johnson, bay instructional will meet at the home of Rev. continuous film, providing -
.above was reappointed to a recreational campers swimming will be DENMARK, S.C.- r. George and Mrs. S.S. Sapp Tuesday a molatuio uhleld. Especially

Rev. Waterford IR ConcertOn second term as Chairman of the June 16 throogh August 8, W. Gore, Jr., President May 27, at 8 p.m. The public I formulated] for
Public Affairs Committee by Emeritus of Florida A.. and M. Is invited. Rev Sapp Is minister complete purity. won-
Monday through from
Friday der D of 10 muthriH
St. Stephen's AgendaRev. President-elect' John 1anahaa 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. University will be the featured of the College Park Baptist ,
Tuesday of this week;.Johnson The Youth Swim Program will commencement speaker for Church of St. Augustine, i 'Vase.lies' /

Solomon Waterford, Committee. is an attorney II be operating Monday through Voorhees College Sunday June Fla. : I You pay u little more than
pastor of \the Church of the On June 18 the anniversary lamella 'ladies Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. LiThe r J} for other biand of petroleum
Master will be presented in Society will sponsor a Father's ClabMeets Adults can also learn to swim nationally known educator 'i ; jelly..but your
concert Sunday night June 8, Day Tea at the church. Mrs. Early risers can learn on holds the A.B, Ed. M.:! and the BEST BIT J I" TOWN i baby Is worth itt!

at St., Stephen AME Church, Blanche Williams 1s presidentAn With Framers Monday through Friday from PhD. degrees from DePauw n-
Fifth and Davis. Rev. Watery Interesting program has Monday, Wednesday and Harvard and Columbia Universities '
by The CameRa Ladies: Club will respectively. In 1966, 2 BR TOWN Ho E'RANGEREFtUCiERA 4-'i"iia
ford will beaccompanled: been planned. Thursday 6.30 to 7:30; Twl- ro\
Mrs. Waterford. He Is widely On Sunday night June 25, a meet in the home of Mr. and llghters Monday, Wednesdayand be was awarded the LL.D. degree -

known as a singer and inter Citywide Baby Contest will be .Mrs A.E. Fruler, 1681 West Thursday from 7 p.m. to by D. Pace. University :

preter of songs of the church. finalized. Awards will be given. 1th, Tuesday night, June 3, at ONLY 'WO JOIN! !L

Other serviceshavebeen.announced Rev H.L. Herod, religions .a:3O: p.m. .::' -..'"1'7 1 !!
The Sunday School director of WOES will speak All members are urged to be ,. FHA.VAVULCAN .
present and on time and to make :
begins at 9:30 with Prof. A.C. Artists will also appear. This '''' ,
Madry and his staff of officers program Is also sponsored by partial reports for trip tickets r f i # .
: yA9
and teachers in charge. The the Ways and Means Committee.' Mrs A..II. Hartsog presi s, I _rOIQNIAI INC.
consecration service begins at Rev. R.Y. Webster is pastor. Gent ,j- ,' 4

1045.: Rev R.V. Webster
pastor is asking all stewards, 1Leo ] 7003 KEN KNIGHT DR.
trustees, serving! stewardesses WBDDINjJohn 9 768-3479 I

choirs and usher boards 40S FIRST FEDERAL ,
to be present for consecration Curtis Cooper 825 Superior Donald King 1603 Superior BUILDING
St. 19 and Shirley Ann St. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 21 "
The morning worship beginsat ens PUN
U a.m. Rev R.V. Webster Perry 6131 Horseshoe Dr. 19. and Mona ,Let ,Crews' 5657 BURLAl PROOF RSlt II
pastor will preach. He wlL' Orangewood Rd., 24.;; 1[ YOUR HoME WITH -
Edwin Eaton 121 Trafalgar *
also administer tbeLord'ssupper. '!fiURGLAB BARS.:
41 and Nellie Joyce Donald Yatei Jaime?, 16.37 8th/
The ACE League meets at 8pm Bailey. 121 Trafalgar 35. St. S. Jax Beach! ; Fla.23 and DOORS AND GATES: .

Consecration services begin Sammie Rebecca Little, 620 FINANCING

at 6:45. At 7 p.m the evenIng Washington lodge Davis St. Jax Beach Fla. 2,7. CALL 354-8527? DAYBREAKER CLUB ((1
worship begins. The pastor Benjamin J Daniel Nicholas
will deliver \the sermon and 1756 E. 22nd St 32 and Valeria

administer holy communion., Has Communication Klrtsey 42 '.Moncrlef Rd. S., PRESENTS The Greatest, Show
On Monday night at 7 p.m. the 386 AM 20. 'Your professional beautician
official board meets. All Washington Lodge No. Johnny Lee:Kelsey. 1425 Mt.
members and officers are askedto AND FM, will hold the regular Herman St. 24 and Mary Elizabeth knows the answer...

be at 7.30 communication Tuesday night Simmons! 1425 Mt.Herman
present Tuesday :
3 at 7.30 on the:
June p.m
St.2L Peg legMoffatt JuS.
for, class meeting. Choir rehearsal sixth floor of the Masonic ;t
Is Wednesday at 6iM. '
The Planning Board, with Mrs., Temple 410 Broad. Sylvester lung 934 Albert St.
Eartha chairman The first degree will be given 20 and Martha Jean.. Fur. low,616
McGowan as ,. all brothers. R.J. Eady Is Is needed to
will meet. Mrs. L.G.Geowrlght Jessie St. 20. peroxide : hhtk 'J..s
Worth Master Eugene SawyerIs (
will meet with Mrs McGowan. "

sent.Members are arced to be pre secretary.City Deaconess St.Benny II and Walker GenevaRoblnsoa.1122, 1421 Franklin color unwanted gray hair? : ;

Mrs. Carrie Bell Rogers will Vanieren St.18" .. :1011110
the recital J
sponsor by Rey. Union Herbert Sneeze 806'Palmetto Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray '
Waterford. Mrs. Genwright Is Fleets
chairman of the.Ways and Meant .St. 22 and Susan Bates! 2172 W. hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re. Sue &
\vsh ITke
The City Wide Deaconesses 14th St., 1844 rv laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older ; ;',.
Union will meet Thursday,June ;M than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging '
Bishop Thomas 6, at 3 pm at Fellowship I effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide Musketeers.

Baptist Church, Logan and half-coloring which may change the. natural hair color while

Bel cites In Changes ,Barnett Street. Rev. C. L.Clantoo Saral),, .McGinnis, coloring gray. Rainey .
Mrs. Edna ;/'
is pastor. Professionally.trained hairdressers know the importance of
ST. LOUIS: Bishop James Gordon is president. Mrs Elks a CoinSided'The their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a

Thomas of Des Moines, Iowa a Robinson Is reporter. Unit problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi. 2 Shu Nifkllj \
Negro said recently \that permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. .
student attempts to nee hamburgers -' Ministers Wives[ dinner aalUPOllaori4'bjthe to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
and pop la comiaulon Sarah McGinnis Missionary also find, Loving Care bends! back color faded by chemical 1
'are acceptable U "Coca Cola Society of ,New'Bethel AME': processing. Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains I APMISSION"a.oo:; I

brings a understanding of Alliance PostponedThe Church last Saturday was a healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. ,

Christ. success.The : Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her fri. ill Sat Mf 30-3t.
The service was one of four regular June meeting of pastor Rev. E.Joaes.and hair, she is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
expermental communions madeat the AME Ministers Wives the official atatrco.1nIIIdecI e Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products .
the four-day cos vocation Alliance Is postponed from the grate along with other boards; 'find the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most DAY BREAKER CLUB*BAY & HAM

her*. first Wednesday to a later date; for their cooperation. personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon.If .
Bishop Thomas said that the m the month. The place and the! Mrs. Olivia Jtarrell is president you dislike gray and want no peroxide why not ask your JICIS"'IUE'S REIEST i UI.EJT NIT CHI
time wW be annoenced later. II,.... Melanie Jones Iscoordinator
communion must be honored and :. beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care?
Interpreted with meaning and Mrs. Llllle l 8. Williams U /Rev Ellsha Jones ..
vitality In every age. president. Is pastor > ,.. : .w dakol Inc.1967 CourtetyolClckoMnc. t

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m .4 STAI mIa' SA1rl1Ay. MAY 31. im

I Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Leaders Announce:sBusy Closing Activities I

I E.E. Gn.niRg.iam Will SpeakAt Cone To St. Junes AME Jane '8 St. Jones AWE Church Readies I

Baccalaureate Services Fur Jail 8 Gala Baby Contest
- -

Mr E.E. Cunningham, former climaxed the evening. r, St. June AME Church, 2128 James ; Baby Stacy Benanda
educational secretary of the Other activates are Way 31, Y Forest, Rev A.D. Harris Davis, daughter of Mr and Mrs
South Atlantic and Lab Region Baccalaureate Services at u pastor, Is thrill with the Donald Davis, and Richard
Conferences of theSeventfc-Day a.m.; June 1, School Day approach ot the children'Hour Ford, son of Mrs. Mary Ford
Adventist Church, will be the '"Brotherhood" presented at I Sunday, June 8, at 4 p.m In and grandson of Mr, and Mrs
baccalaureate speaker for the p.m. Sunday; June I, Educational the sanctuary of the church. Richard Simmuns.
graduating students of the tour of St. Augustine Elaborate plans !have been The youth will present a
Epbesus Academy, 2760/ Edge- with bus leaving at 9 a.m ; mad for this benefit event. literary program during this
wood, Sabbath morning at 11 a.m June t, scho .! closes at IZ p.m Many babies will participate. hour with the children's choir
Professor Cunningham,received Babies and their parents or furnishing the music. Mug
his Bachelor of Arts sponsor are i Baby Kairlm Olivia Hogan, student at Jacksonville .
Degree at Oakwood College, St. James Missionary Denis t Braggs, daughter of' University, is pianist.
Huntsvllle, Ala. Be did further Ur. and Mri. Mack Brans; Mrs Hattie Perry the super-

studying at Atlanta, Pacific Society In Confab -of "" :.i' ;11 ,An.-" a --.--..'L..J..L'j Baby Kathy Yvette Scott visor-d rector. Miss Carolyn
Union College, Glendale.Calif\ The three babies above the contestants for daughter of Mr and Mrs DanNewkirkjBabyRondaBoyd Shebee, student at Edward
are among many wbo seems to be ready that victory frlp{ l/tne/daaghter: of
The Senior Waters College will be
and he received his Master'sat Missionary Societyof will compete for prizes at the Children's Hour to be held at Mr. and Mr. Dan Newkirk. These;$hiidre( "'aloog with : Mrs Annie E. guest
New James of
Andrews University In held Its St. AME Church St. James AYE Church, 2128 Rorest, Sunday, June I, at 4 p.m. many other whose pictures do not appear:.)Jure, Invite the granddaughter speaker Mrs: W.E.A. Harris
Detroit. regular meeting on. Hubbard. sponsor
On the left for the final is Katrina Denise
ready sprint Baby
to the affair. Three will be
26 at general public grand prizes: given Wilson son of of the entire project thatmuch
Along with Professor Cnnalng- May the home of Mrs I And: Baby Tony says
Mr. Mrs. Mack Roods
Braggs daughter of and Braggs. Baby
Rev. A.D. Harris is pastor. The church Is located at 2128
ham will\ be the male chorus of Luretba Jones, 928 West Boyd, center, .with a victory smile, is the grandaughter of Forest There Is no admission. "'. and Mrs Samuel Pratt and enthusiasm has been
Orlando.! Church, with Mrs. W.E. Akery Mrs., Annie E. Hubbard. And Baby Kathy Yvette Scott, who grandson of Mrs. Minnie Pratt, evinced In the contest. There
Other events have been Harris presiding. sponsored by his grandmotherand will be first, second and third
announced. The denominational missionary by Mrs.AnnIe Bell Madison, prizes.On .
The regular Sabbath servicesof study them, "Missions Rev. D.... Barnes Announces aunt; Baby Andrew Bernard the same day, in the morn-
the church wl.lbe\ at 9.30 Matching the Hour," was discussed t CHURCH.NEWS I Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ing service, Rev. A.D. Harris
a.m Saturday with Mrs.Gladys and highlighted by the Call OfficialsRev. : Norman Simon, Jacksonville, will deliver the message Infant
Frederick superintendent, in presentation of a quls concern- Meeting For grandson of Mrs. Ruel Morgan baptism will be administered by
charge The lesson for the day Ing the responslbollty of the of Callahan; Baby Alexander the pastor. Baby Katrina Braggs
will be "C od'. Grace.and home In helping to share the D.B. Barnes, pastor of B.30. Preaching is at 620. TABERNACLE BAPTIST Dozier, son of Mr and Mrs. will be christened. The Sunday
Christian Perfection"The world of today and tomorrow. Peace Missionary Baptist Members who !have not paid Sunday at B p.m communion INSTITUTIONAL will be>!adatntistered, >a the Arthur Dozier, sponsored by School begins at 930. The'church
MV Hour ,,1.1be(1D\ at The quit was led by Mrs.Rattle Church, Van Buren and Jessie, their Women's Day quota are pastor Rev. Young; assisted by the deacons. Sunday School by Mrs Sallie Paulk\ of New St. is located at 2128 Forest.
announced cal asked to dose by Sunday, June.
(.41 p,m. The midweek prayer Perry this week a --
\ at 9:30
begins a.m., with Assistant Superintendent Charles
meeting will be Wednesday night Mrs.. Jones, vice president, meeting for the following Reed In charge. The lesson wl.lW\ reviewed by Mrs. V.O. Bishop Henley Will PresideOver
at 7:30. The teachers' meeting served a luncheon. Mrs persons, the meeting to be held Young. The morning worship Is at' !'Rev: W.E. Young
is at 7p m.Sunday.All Louretha following services Sunday: I
servicesare Bryant expressed
will speak. All adult choirs.-the seniotr'btale'"chorus
held at 2760 Edgewood. All thanks to Mrs Jones for the hcksOlllIra.Mrs D.B. Barnes MaggleSlmmons, Mrs. Viola .Second. Baptist Usher Board No. I, will wave All youth cbdliTwm rehearse, and Big Lakeland ConventionLAKELAND '
welcome ,
are society at 9 p.m. Wednesday The teachers meetQWi <&'6.49.! Pray.rmeetlne -
Urs Isabel Maupin, principal Members present and participating Mrs. T.V. Randall, Mrs. Asa been reached June
Choirs In will be at 730. Adult educaUana*>eldkAei are conducted milestone wil[1 have on
of the Academy, announces that on the program were: Ferrell, Mrs Gladys B. every Tuesday and Thursday it*? the Junior-senior banquet, with Mrs. Bobble BakerMrs.Hattie Shannon Herbert Grant, and Mrs. E. Solomon Instructors' ,il1111101e1'la when 312,000 Black and white i I members of the huge connec-
its Hawaiian Island setting, began Perry, Mrs Mamie Campbell, Herbert Brown, Mrs. Rosa Lee
.notirtu-a! : : Urn merge Into a single c ference: following years of se-
the closing exercises of the Mrs Lonretha Bryant, Mrs. Grant, Mrs Mattie Polllck, Musical Thurs. FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST taoS oil lo peratlon into Black and white\ .
school. Lynette Briggs, Mrs. Mary Mrs Lily Mae Finn,Mrs.Doris
Sunday School opens at 9:45 with the.ujterlntendent Mrs
Guests of the graduating Rruel, Mrs. Leatha Jones and Gray, Mrs. Viola Tate, Mrs. The combined choirs Second Leater Smith, In charge. The morning service More than 700 churches will This move will associate some
students attending the colorful Mrs. Minnie Pratt. Carrie Armstrong, Mrs. Rose Baptist Church will\ sponsor an 1130. The testimonial service will 1*' led 'by the opens deacons. be Involved In the historic 8,350 Blacks memberswith
affair were Elder and Mrs.R.B. Mrs. Harris expressed appreciation Barrow, Miss ChInata Gray All-Musical program in the, The evening service begins at 9 p.m. Usher r Board No. land merger 304,000 white. This will be one
Halrston Mr. and Mrs. Aaron for the presence of Mrs. ,,Refreshments wl.lbe\ servedby sanctuary of the church Thursday Choir No. 1 wW serve during the day. Tee pastor will Bishop>> James W. Henley will conference, attached to the
Lockley, Mr and Mrs Harcourt M. Brayboy of St Paul AME the D.B. Barnes Club night, June S, at 8 p.m. preach. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at 7 p.m.Revfl. Robinson preside. The four-day session nine-state Jurisdiction of the
Ralmlng, Mrs Eleanor Folson, u a participating visitor. Remarks following the meeting Mrs. Featured will be several of is pastor."C diwti will be held in auditorium of church In the Southeast.In .
Mrs. Clayton, Mrs G. Blount, were made by Rev. A.D. Viola Tate is president. The the best known choirs and musical Florida Souther College the past the Black communicants -.
Mr. Freeman Cook, Mr Melvin Harris, pastor of St. James; pastor is asking Usher BoardNo. groups of the city. Talented MACEDONIA BAPTIST $' More than 1,600 ministerialand have been obliged
Robinson Mr. Joe Nathan Mrs. Jones Joined the society. 1 and Choir No.1 1, as well artists will\ appear In both Services begin Sunday with the Church School at,9:30 a.m lay delegates are expected operate in separate meetings.The .
Williams and Mrs. Maupln, The next meeting will be JuneS as Deaconess Board No. 1, to' Ut.rll1and musical numbers.. with Deacon John E. Singleton, Jr., and teachers charge. in attendance. timed,and much criticized,
principal.. -An- Hawaiian repast *-!- *-f thA hnm. nf Mrs. Baleen, accompany him to the Union This will be the eleventh Joint The review will be given by Pastor Burgess d* an appointee.The Central Jurlsdlclton: ,was white.,
Progressive BaptlstChurch anniversary of these choir.All consecration service will begln al 1.Oill.JII! with the Second Baptist For years Negroes attended
Monday night, June 2. church choirs are invited to be' pastor In charge. At 11 a.m. the devotional T&lod will be the annual Lexington Conference
The seventeenth anniversary present.A held with choirs, deacons deaconesses and members In presided over once
LADIES! A FREE GIFT FOR YOU of Rev. and Mrs. Barnes will prize will be given the group charge. Music will be furnished bJ 'C1Jotr> o. '> and'No. 3, Church Lists by Bishop Mathew Clair, Sr.,

How you receive be celebrated soon in their new with the largest attendance. with Mrs Nattie. Bess and Wallace Mlms at (instruments then by Bishop Mathew Clair,,
would like to .a beautiful stainless steel electric home at 1109 Jessie, sponsored Charles T. Maxwell and Friendly Usher Board No. 1 will sefte. Consecration for Holy CommunionHoly Jr. officers were Black.
coffee maker valued at 344.9S and. "ter for yourself and three the will at 4.45. Both1 major ,
by the membership. Albert P. Henderson are evening worship begin : sermons Bishop Henley will administer
other couplenbaolutelYfreeNo Services begin at the churchat directors. They will be supported will be delivered by Rev. Burgess.. Holy communion! rites Communion will be observed communion He will also deliver
Jingles to write nor putties to 9.30 a.m. with Mrs. D.B. by an efficient staff of will be conducted by the pastor other ministers, deacons, Sunday at 6 p.m. at Secant -' the episcopal address
,will work First 40 coupons received Barnes, superintendent, and organists and pianists. deaconesses and members. On Tuesday night at 8 p.m. the Missionary Baptist "The State of the Church.
qualify. Fill in the coupon workers and staff In charge The Presidents are Mrs. Madle regular weekly prayer meeting Is held, along with Bible Church. Rev James Carl Sams This meeting will also signal,

and null below I .... consecration of the choirs and 10DII, IInior choirs; Mrs study. On Wednesday night, at .8 p,.,_Choir No, and No. 8 .will administer the rites, ,the, merging of ,the United
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Direct SALADMASTER CY: ushers will be in the basement Sadie Payne, Choir No. 3; I will meet for rehearsals On Thursday at PpoQ the Missionary assisted by associate ministers Brethern Church with, the
Devotions will be led by the Johnny McCray-Bell Waters;I1i IvSoclety will:conduct ataidweek, raytf service On Friday and deaco ts. ..Methodls The combination
42WlntonDrlve deacons. The morning message Aaron C. Jackson,male chorus. i night at 8 p m. Choir No. 2 and No. 4 will meat iota rehearsal. Sunday School begins" at 1:10.'ne :raises,, nationally, the,total ton
Fla. 32207 '
NAME--.-, -........._._._. will\ be delivered by Rev. Miss Florlta M. Reed Is president The church Is located at 3333 Franklin." Mrs Bessie Merchant pastor will rnle"the, million members'
.... Barnes Choir No. I and Usher of the youth choirs. Miss secretary-reporter, lesson. Consecration rites for
PHONE ................_.
Board Dr. 1 will serye throughout Deborah Cohen Is president of :SWEETFELD BAPTIST tiled ea COD II, deaconesses,
ADDRESS----: .................
....-...-..--..................-. the day. the Junior choir. Rev.J.C.Sams Sunday School opened at the usual hour, with W.O. Sinclairin ushers and the choir will begin
The evening worship begins at ,is pastor charge. The morning devotion was conducted by the deacons. at 1045. The morning worship
Rev.. W.D. Muray presented Rev.. JL'Olip4f from Palatki' begins at 11 a.m. The Baptist Mt Calvary
was speaker. On Sunday evening Rev Oliver 'spoke. Mrs. Training Union will be heldat

EARNING and LEARNING Madeline Judge, chairman of Women's Day is,asking all 4:45.! .
members and worker, wells friends,for their cooperation. The prayer of Faith Hour Is Baptist 'CelebratesAnnirersa
W.C. Sinclair urges all trustees toprepara f r, services Deacon Tuesday at 7 p.m The pastor
Sam Williams Is chairman of the deacon,boira: ; Deacon J.W. will conduct the Bible period.
Boys & Girls Can Make Money Anderson is reporter for the church; SreetfleW'located at The Sunday School and y. SundayThe

Foruth and Harrison Streets. _, ;; '. nl, Teacher's Council will be
1 M
NEW ST. JAMES AME'Holy Friday at 7 p.m. Rev. Sams Mt.
Communion rites will be observed at the purch Sunday will Other conduct the Bible 1ba' Sunday School Calvary will\ celebrate Baptist
Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are during the morning worship and also In the evening worship. workers from r 76th anniversary Sunday.
the city are welcome to .
Rev AD. Harris will officiate. The, morning worship begins study,. The inspiring celebration
at 11 a, with a musical A pro*
m prelude by Miss. Olfra Began
EARNING From 51. to 10.00, Weekly ,u short devotional period will be conducted by'Davld' Lee and Final Rites the gram Sunday will School get under Itself way at 9 with J5.
Johnnie Bryant steward and assistant
pastor's pastor's The
event will close out wittt
And LEARNING to do business. I : steward, respectively The evening service begins at 6:30. the evening service which begins
s ,i ;, Rev Harris will preach the sermons'at both major services. ,at. p.m
/t Usher Board No. 1 and No. t will serve durlflg the day. All
YOUNGSTERS I If Yon you are smart 'r. ,' class leaders and chairmen of boardLare asked to contact Ararat Mrs. Claudetta Baptist Church Bryant will of
their members In order to make cwraf'flmmclal
and :' School begins\ at 930. The cWend oated at 2128 the morning speaker The
want to earn your own money, .I' Frost Street : ii- *.*.* Junior Choir of St. Mary's
I Baptist will be present. Rev.
this is the way to do it. COLOGSIAN BAPTBT JfigM* J.M. Bryant Is pastor. Mrs.
Sunday School begins at 9:30, with th/tjPitperlntendent and Annie Pearl Boatman will M

PARENTS I Your child may not need teacher in charge. The lesson begs\ ,.ewW by the super the guest soloist and will come
InteD service begin at 3 p.m. The pastor, Rev. R.J. Crawford, will Joseph Coppack will be guest
money but the training gained as a deliver both sermons Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 and Usher' .I 1/. superintendent. Guest teachers::
Board No. 1 will\ serve throughout the day The Gospel Echoes will be S.G.Wiles,W.F.Surcey,
v will give a program after service for the Dual Day service, 1RVTN, HARVEY McKESSONFinal' : Lang C. Franklin, Mrs Roselyn

newsboy will help him "' to be successful Tuesday sponsored at by 7:30 Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford/Prayer- ", -Service. begins rites will be held for and Gates others, Mrs. E.C.Rosa Goodwin B. McGrary will

1 Irvin Harvey McKesson, 1481 be guest reviewer. Rev. J.C.

in' later life. Many of f the most successful West Jacksonville I Association, Steele Memorial Street AME Saturday Chuck at Grant Barney Is general superin
927Clay tendent. Deacon R. Shorter is .
Street, at t p,m., with Dr. superintendent Miss Diane.Muldrew .
men were Newsboys Start A Route Plus Bid Kickoff Oi dime 2 Joseph Reidlck, pastor, Is secretary Rev. W.
; oftlcatlng.. The late Mr. H. BW Is pastor.
The West Jacksonville Association Such'ax Co-Ops;Credit Unions, .' McKesson died on May 23,

Anywhere You live In Florida. ;" ;\ For A Better Communitywhose Honiiag'PrOgrams' Foundations following a period of lllnes.
dedicated efforts to alleviate Small Business He
,Develop wss a member of Grant
the problems of the poor ment Corporations, Buying Memorial and served with CillakiH Fla.
In the city Jacksonville !have Clubs, Educational, Health,Recreational Usher Board No. L He was a ,
t4 helped create a better life for and:Youth Develop. member of Lily White Lodge Services will begin at the
.,.. many of our citizens announce men programs'.*At community No. 173 and was an employee Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist
plans meeting these basic programs of_Royal Service, Inc. Church, Rev C.W. Whltten
". 'r ,9t' B Is now preparing through will be presented' to the people. Survivors include Mrs.'The Ima pastor, with the Sunday School
self help efforts to Implement The one or'more programs McKesson; Mrs Shirley Coney. at 9:SO, Deacon Thelma Wright,
program proposal indicating| | aMV where a need and sincere concern Springfield Mass., niece J.p" will be In
; charge
Will Pit Yn li lisiiiss awareness la the War On'' .Is shown, real assistance: McKesson Philadelphia Deacons Theodore Mitchell
i Poverty. It Is called Neighborhood from planaingtoreallsattnw111be Herbert Myirs
and Paul and Roy Jones will be charge
FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY a Involvement Economic dveai, _,H to Brooks, Jacksonville, Albert of the devotions at II a.m. Moscl
Independence. to this effort of
support the BrooD, New York City and will be furnished by the senior,
FI&: <4>A STAR-232JMoncrlef Roed,'JatbonUli,Florida' A\ larger deal with part of this proposal Jackseavllle Cltlsency and Junior McKesson,Philadelphia. choir Mrs. B.A..W: Carter Is
.,; .". will the poor sharing Business community Is need to brothers; John Lewey and director. The Jill or Usher
\' I: re more la a place of economic meet this unmet need lathe WIT' Robert Ciedde" .IICboaYWe Board will serve throughout

w -...-. .. ...--.. .. action. One of its prime objectives On Poverty yet untouched by any foster brothers ; Pauline: day. Mrs E.R. Taylor Is presl-'
FIRST: m.w;. NAME \ ; Is to encourage the development agency! We1 I tor* foe appro/al>> of Brooks, Jacksonville; foster dent. Following the sermon by:
of good thrift habits'and .the City ot Jacksonville' Clerk sisters; Mrs. Dora Sanders, the pastor or an appointee,bap-
to taster the economic involvement Circuit Court,for open solid1tatlon. Texas, aunt; a host of niecerand tism will be admlnlstoree forth
of young buck per Contribution are now nephews; Mrs. Annie H. persons
ADDRESS STREET t NUMBER E ; sons In their communities. Its being accepted Russ, motber-ls-law, Panama At Spm the service
; PHONE NO., design gives It the thrust of On Monday Jane I, '::30 P.M. City; Mrs. Rebecca Russ and will be led by Deacons Robert
positive direct action in the War AT the tstslde Youth Community' Mrs. Rebecca Brooks, Jacksonville E. Jones and Willie Williams\
j On Poverty Center ,at. Placeda sod Use Mrs. Fury Bell Mrlck The
STAR : pastor of his
20 win
Send my child copies of the FLORIDA on appointee
The novelty of Its approachthat Street the Association will celebrate .
and Mrs. Pallie Ross, Panama speak.
credit to start Mm in business. I will pay the Fellowship will be gives
make tt M much different its 4th Anniversary which City, Mrs Dorothy Russ the
FLORIDA STAR 15? for each copy be sells. Those new members
from other programs, Is that will serve 'as 'a kick-off to haloes
that are not s old, Iwlllretiraandwlllnotbe City, Mrs Movie M. The revival will start Monday
repaired to pay for. unsold copies. we will not go Into an area their prograoOTbe HoIIorabl.lIayor' Salllvan, Mobile Ala., Mr.. Bight, Jm 2, with a week of
trying to get the people to tell ; Raas-'Taatler ,Is i Sadie McKesson, Philadelphia,' prayer preceding. Preaching
as all of their leeds but la- scheduled to be'the' principal tsters-la-law, Booker T. will will bugle daring the week
,;axe stead we win have analysed all speaker Robert LC Williams i RMS, Jacksonville, Rev A.Z.' of Joe .. All are Invited. Mrs !

IlDIATVlIl or PARRHT OH GUARDIAN existing federal, state, city, the directorial five the Russ Raises City,brothers-la-, Wiley u secretary of the "'
private and self IleJpPfOlr&lDl. occasion i laws. .. church t h .


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1 Mt. Olive AME Usher Board No. 2-Plans Fifty-Sixth Anniversary Celebration I


I 'Re,. J. H. Jackson Opposes $7,500 Each For FAMU Study Teachers June 2 Anniversary Program

Stand Taken By Forman Will I Highlight. t Long History

C8JCAGO:- 3.0. Jackson, Is essential tocoporate religion

internationally oMhe National known president and the denial of such spiritual Usher Board No. 2 of Mt.Olive AME Church, Rev Y. Benjamin
USA be. has Convention exercises through the threat of Brach pastor will, on June 2, at 8 p,m,, launch into the celebration -
Issued a force is a step toward atheistic of its ffft.l1ItIIlLDnlversarv.
strong plea tor freedom
molestation by dissenters from society and a form of religions From over the city will come from Mt Olvle AME The
peat religious of the and moral slavery;The denial of to the church various guests. guest choir will be the Choral
membership of
American Churches a person's right to attend worship The serving board will be Class of the Friendly WestSide
The leader makes those who deny him Usher Board No. ) of Grant Ushers Union.
plan to American pointed out, in a that right "dictators over the. Memorial AME Church. Guest Mrs P.E. Jones will preside
need for people the minds and science of others, boards will come from MT. Ushers and guest groups will
He said
that the great national Baptist Negroes want the rights promised Ararat Baptist No. .2; and form a processional. Choir No.
all citizens but not at Central CME Chruch No. 3. 2 will sing Marvin Teal will
Contention composed of 6.S _ai
e IWon. Is dedicated to the the expense of the legitimate .L ; The serving choir will come give the prayer. Rev. Y. B.
moral and religious
correction of an the errors, The FOOT Florida AiM faculty members have1 been awarded Ford Toledo. Mori 1s has a Bachelor of Arts from Morehouse Bruce pastor, will read the
of others money American
evils and Imperfections In our rights demanded by Forman; has great ,Foundation grants totaling more than $60,000 for one year of .College and the Master fo Science from Atlanta University Baptist Scriptures. The Mt. Olive AME

Asterlean njft life This will economic value, but this moneyIs graduate study at schools their choice for the ensuing year. Miss Richardson a FAMU alumna received her Master's Convention Names Choir No. 2 will sing Mrs
not worth as much to the The faculty'members will study on !the doctoral level. On the from Arizona State College. Mr. Lewis has the Bachelor of Alberta Foster will bring the

American Negroes, nor to any left Is assistant professor economics Alfred Morris. Miss Science degree from Southern University and Master science Black Man As welcome address Mrs Alma
as the Barbara Richardson is a history Instructor. Professor Bobby from North Carolina College.The grant will be for 75 percent of Lewis will respond. The West

freedom group of to Americans worship! either In Lewis, third from left Is a biology Instructor Mr. Stone holds the present salary of each person plus an additional $1,000for PresidentSEATTLEThe Side Choral Class will sing.! Rev.

churches a Bachelor of Science degree from West VlrglnlaState College travel expenses and fees....FAMU. Photo. Bruce will deliver sermonette
store fronts chapels : American and will be followed by Leon
and a Master- of Education degree from the University of
synagogues: or cathedrals The. Baptist Convention has brokenan Dicks with a solo.
invasion of Riverside was an historical tradition by elect Jesse Price assistant business -
attack on every group.: ** * *** To Thailand NPI 1 Writer Sees The Churches ing a Black nun to serve as its manager will conduct a

,_ president for the next term memorial service for the late

As Next Target Of Militants Dr. Thomas Kllgore, Jr. of Rev. B.J. Williams until his
BirminghamHonors Baptist College 9; I Los Angeles, was picked last death recently the pastor.
Thursday by the group's noml-
R Harold King will take the offering -
Dr. Ruby Gainer NEW YORK Roland Black, money or don't pay the taxes natiog committee.The Phillip Attack, president \.
eminent writer for Negro Press they should."Churches. nomination of the eminent the West Side Ushers Union, I

International in the following exist, not to make I clergyman came one year after will speak, as will Eddie
article, outlines what he sees money but to serve moral Black American Baptist Morris president of the Citywide -
REV J. H. JACKSON BD MINGHAM, Ala. -(N P I-- March 9, u fRuby J. Gainer r' as the next goal of the militants, purposes. This gives the militants Clergymen demanded that a Union and Mrs. Edith

JscFnde the eradication of hungry TIle Birmingham Baptist Day" In Pensaeola. Her biography the capitulation of the militants. an opening to claim that I Black be selected president of Foster president of Usher

And poverty the attaining of College School of Religion conferred is In) ''Who1*. Who of This provocative philosophy is they represent just causes t be convention and that Blacksbe Board No., 2. Mrs. Surlette

adequate horsing! fobs and ed- upon Dr. Ruby Jackson American. Wome'.!f:i tint'", given here in its entirety. which the churches presumably 1 given! stronger and more Mahoney will make presenta
ucation but will not include: the Gainer the Honorary Doctorate Dr. GatoerTasLinnounced her "The nation's churches appear ought to support. I prominent roles In the organisation. tions.
rights of citizens to reach these of Laws (LL.D) dtrlDe the candidacy bribe office of vice- to be the Black militants "Many churchmen have bleedI I Officers are: Mrs. Edith

goals through violence and destruction Commencement exercises last president of the Association of next target. Ing hearts and guilty consciences Dr. Donald Miller president Foster; president; Mrs. Lillian
week. Classroom Teachers, national "Not content with 'doing.their on the race question. c if the Plttsburg TheologtcalSe- Ford, vicepresldent, Mrs.

Dr.. Jackson emphasised that: President T.D. Bussey made Education association She Is a thing" on college campuses, Knowing this Black militantscan nlnary, said the chruch shoul Priscllla Wise, second vice
The weakening of the freedom the recommendation the member of the Board of the militants; have found a new, be fairly certain that the J oln those seeking social reform president; Mrs Frankle Owens,
to worship denies freedom of board of trustees of the Institution directors FlerJdaEclueatlCD fertile field for their disruptive breast-beating clerics will cave but at the same time"continue"o recording secretary; Mrs.

assembly to one and all The In recognition of the many association, and of the advisory efforts (religious! institutions) In to Black demands. t speak the authentic and Alberta Foster, financial
; contributions made by Dr. council Association of Classroom where their "Churchmen and church officials -
right to worship Is one of the they're aiming lasslcal: Christian doctrines secretary; Mrs. Jerry L.
basic American rights Worship Gainer In promoting Christian Teachers,.NEA. She Is amember wrath and demands for these don't typically use force nth "force and conviction." Trapp, treasurer Mrs.
principles In the area of civil, of Delta Iota Omega MlSS CYNTHIA CLARK reasons: and violence in defending themselves Surlestle Mahoney, chaplain

Rev. Malcolm Boyd human and professional rightsas chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha Pictured' above Is Cynthia "Churches COlltrOIa considerable Thus Black militantsare Sweetfield Mrs Francis Price assistant
well as the other worthy sorority; American Association part of the nation's( wealth. given! reason to believe chaplain and Willie Jones business
activities which she has been of University Women, League Clark, who will be heading for The Roman Catholic Church so that their strong arm tactics Plans! Baby manager.

Remains Jubilant engaged for the well-being of of Women ,.Voters and many Bangkok Thailand, as a student Jealously guards Its wealth thatit will not be resisted i r Members are: Mrs. Mary

humanity In general.This! honor other civic, ,rellglous, social missionary of 1969. This high refuses to tell how much it "Among the militants' specific Contest June 8 Allen Mrs. Thelma Brown,
On Church Moves also comes u result of the distinguished and professional organ ratloos. honor was bestowed upon Hiss has. Black militants knowing demands Is that the churches Mrs GenevaCollierMrsEdna

services given by Clark by the Oakwood College that the churches lave money pay S500-mlUion reparations On Sunday, June 8, at 3 p.m., Demery Nolan Donaldson,Mrs.
Rev.. Malcolm Dr. Gainer In advancing the .. :+;I! Missionary Volunteer Depart- want some of It. for the enslavement of Black Sweetfield Baptist Church will Mary Williams Mrs Henrietta
Boyd prominent \ ment of Oakwood College
cause of quality education past ? "Churches are tax-exempt. people. be the scene of a baby contests Samuel Toes, Joseph
Episcopal minister is not and present Woacn/ B lID t n IU., Alabama thus 'l'bUl. they are vulnerable to "This would come to $5 from in the Interest of the church Johnson Legree Mrs. Gladys Lewis,
at all Church student
disturbed because of her the first
recent Dr. Gainer was awarded the making criticism from those who say each white American- n easy Two babies are In the running Mrs Victory Murray, Mrs.
developments in the honorary doctorate degree inHumanities missionary appointed for the the churches have too much and cheap way to get off the Valorle Patrice Rosier one .Ann a Wilson Mrs Lovella
church. South Atlantic Conference of
a year agobySelma Unihd Have, :Foron racial hook-but also a scheme of the contestants resides at Jones and Mrs. Jewel Hill.
"We're in a time of Christian (Ala.) 11DIer.lty. Her work in Seventh-day Adventlsts. Miss that would hardly solve the 1116 East Ninth Mascots are Tolonnr Joi...,
Imagination! 1IId'rr 1rtb.' said On May 30 f ark is an honor student, Presiding Elder Herbert the
education has been outstanding Meeting: nation's racial problems Jackson second Debris Trapp and Patricia
tbe leader in an interview recently on the local, state and national majoring In science a member "For who would get this lives at 1149 East Fifth All Lewis. Rev. Y. Benjamin BruceIs
He "A of the class the student 'Foster
continued whole levels. She played an effective The Church Wnmeu Halted will Junior Announces money? And how would one know ire Invited pastor. All are In!'ited.
new style of life is emerging all leadership! rule in the Florida hold a forum meeting May 20, Sabbath School superintendentof that this money would be used --.
along the line Its vitality is so and the College Church and very : Third Quarterly economic and
statewide ,walk-out, was 1969 at the church of the to promote the
intense displaced U a resnU. ... Assumption! 2403AtIsnticBlvd. active person in leadership' social advancement of Black foBURGUR. PROTECTION.
He1 said 'church commotion ''Dr. Gainer. Is guidance: Mrs. R.A. Wells president and"' activities on the campus. She .i Presiding Elder W.F, Foster people? How could one be sure '..,,::'. 1..11\\:0.. : 1w/
are a good sign. He pointed out cosaselor atWedgewoodJnpiorSenior Mrs. Edmond O'Neill chairman Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. will bold the third quarterly that the reparations money c Burglar Alarms Durelar: Bars

that man eannjt.L'mlt God hag School, of the Assumption Parish John Clark of 199716th Street, conference Sunday June 1, In would not simply be used to line Home t. Business Security Specialists
Father Boyd 45, has been a attended Susie E.
Pensaeola; Fla. She formerly Guild will be hostess for 'Roberts Mt. Plsgah Church.All some militant's pocket?
kind of Itinerant minister, has. James Weldon and ALARM System
Johnson boards are expected to have 01' Flcrfda
taught In the Jefferson County COFFEE TIME lit 930.: At "And how effective could any
spoken at the seaside, to student will Harold F. 1966 graduate of New Stanton written reports. Rev. Foster church-sponsored PH 771-7756--5541 Rsvlt. Blvd
In Public School: system and 10:00 tile Rev. Magr. programs .__
congregations. nightclubs long be remembered for her Jordan, host pastor will conduct High School Cynthia and ber'.fater will speak at 1 a,m. The youth for racial advancement be, with
and in "underground of' In the (Nellie) are faithful and choir will serve. coercion and Intimidation as the
churches legal fight for equalization a short service of WHEN YOU ARE ILL
active members Ephesus
author has Negro teachers salaries and her Sanctuary. '* The King and Queen contest main forces beyond these
The minister an book "The, re-lnstatemeut suit testing the Following the sarvl'ed will return Seventhday Adventist Church will be held Saturday, June 29, programs'. formation?
turned out a new Miss Clark solicit the
Worlds of Peter tenure laws of Alabama. These be a short business neat- prayers in the church. Contestants are "These were questions asked 'You Seek The Best Doctor:
Fantasy of her friends and lo/ed
and cases still have broad Implication ing.. Latest Newf wltlbftbroughtby ones Mrs. Sarah Payne Mrs Bertha In the wake of what have been When Your Doctor Prescribe
Stone issued by Harper
she for the Mission
book has and significant precedencefor Mrs Earl Hoekengalegls-; as prepares Weaver Mrs. Sarah Key Mrs. the opening shot In the militants' get Experienced Pharmacists
Row. A widely popular
latlvecIal/mafis'Uri.W.E.: tour during the summer with Massjrla Pace, Julius Howell, assault the churches James J1
been "Are Your Running With education. ;; : other missionaries the exotic on : To Fill Prescriptions according -
lie Jesus. The recipient has many citations Arnold Jr. May FellowshipDay Charlie Williams Jr., and Forman's takeover of the altar To Your Doctor's Orders.
shores of Thailand.
awards and honors to her State Assembly at Winter'Parkfromthoseattendlng. Leroy H. Jackson and Theodore at New York's Hlverslda Church We Use Only The Best Quality
credit. Recently she receivedthe Martin. Mrs. Lillle Arnold Is and his demands for Drugs. }

Pride Of Maceo education award from Zeta 'Mrs. NorwpixJ Phelps seminar New Orleans sonsor. Rev R.J. Arnold Is reparations LizL'. F:. lilacsPruprie'tor'
Phi Beta sorority the outstanding 'on Economic,and Social Development pastor
educator award from in Asia. Mrs. Minister Grant Jacksonville Barber

Temple. Meets citizens of Pensaeola and the top Thomas Peacock, finals! on the Royal Court No. 174 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You
educator award from Mt. Zion ,WMBH Community Club Award; Memorial Guest Association To Meet

.At Elks HomePride Baptist church Mayor Charles Mrs. Norman RItz, World Meets At St. Paul -A COMPLETE LINE or.---
oule proclaimed Sunday, Community Day Project. The Jacksonville Barber's
of Macao Temple No. Dr: L lreU' G. Long Pastor Association will hold the regular Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles
186 IBPOE of W will meet of Union Bethel A.M.E. Church, Royal Court No. 174 will meet monthly meeting Wednesday SundriesPiESClcIPrlON3

.June at 712 West Duval, at TWO MIHUTES,. of New Orleans La. will be June S at 8 p.m. at St. Paul i night June 4,'at the Coles
8 p.m lira. Hattie L James, the guest Speaker during the AME Church Mrs Angelena Barber Shop, at 8:30: p.m. The CALLED FOR AND
Daughter Ruler is calling all 10:45 worship period. Hogans Is' president. Mrs. shop is located at Kings Eoad: DELIVERED-

daughters. The election of linN THE BIBLE At 6:4S the Pastor wW deliver Hogan asks that all members 'and Spires. Business! of Importance

officers will he held. SV COINIUUS .. STAN MIS.HIIAN nil the message from the be present for the election of will be transacted and
.Deputy Annie M. Fields will be SIS1I fOCMWCMCAOO .
h Theme: "Never Loose Heart.. offlceiers visitors are welcome. Rev.
present to hold the election. HIJNOM eons All Choir members and ushers
R sJ .Flagler Is president. Eugene
Homecoming will also be ob V will partake of the Holy Sawyer Is reporter. ,Lilly's Drag Store

served. The Exalted Ruler, Communion at the evening worship A Special
Leon X. Gonzales and all FULNESS OF JOY. period.

brothers of Pride of Macao 'know ChrlsMwho.later came Into
The United Choirs will serve
Lodge No. t are Invited as wrote About in 3,000 Psalm years 1611: ago: "In David world 1.GodlTIlln.ted!, In throughout the day. Effort To Attend Weddings Are Beautiful
guest. the flesh to die for our tin*. He The Sunday Church School will
Urs. Annie Mae Fields and pretence It fulness is of //oy. did not know that Christ would cone at 9:30: A.M. with Rev, CHURCH Sunday
for there greaterJoy
Pride of Macao No. 8 will be was right make full satisfaction for tin and A.V. Rose Superintendent along I
that personal fellowship with "SEE YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN PEAUTlFUL: I Oi 0 ij
special guests and a special God. Yet David could not know be rii 3d from the deed to con with his faculty officers and ; I
affair following the meeting. firm our justficition Nor did he
the fulneis of Joy now spoken of i j
Queen B. Williams is reporter.The in Paula epistle, for he did not I given know that Christ's,believers resurrection would life be l Complete Photo Wedding ,Service

and S position and ."eljtspiritual
blessings initheih" avenlies, In DR. BOLDEN ANNOUNCES Nkw paooR A "WE GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES"i'i .f11( C *'
OIC Aid Bold New City Set Christ" (Epl'".( 2:4.6: /. J:3): COLOR t I

called believers "Into (the fellow .
For Hosting National Meetblack ship of His Son," he referred to a 2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE J I

spiritual heavenly fellowship, far I SECRETARIAL COURSE! t
more intimate sntf precious that: 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING
local Jacksonville Opportunities citizens and other minor- I
Industrialisation ,Itles, who found It very difficult: my previously Vnjbyed/ by mortal r
Center and the."Bold New City" to obtain favorable employment ;I ma;'. This ;fellowship !? to. be en- II i 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY
will serve as host for the Annual because of the lack of salable I joyed by faith, but it I II faith PUSJNESS} ADMINISTRATION 1 .
Regional MeetingofOppor- skills. I based on fact the fact that Christ 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" '
Indeed died "death end :
our rose
400"other 4/
tunities Industrialisation The Rev. Sullivan and
Center Incorporated June $-7. negro ministers of Philadelphia 'gain might partake from 'thl"dell of His life' that and enJoy we- ADULT HIGH SCHOOL! S 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM

1969. This! special announce combined their talents a positio Pdoa's right handIn '' COURSE; '.,' _
ment was made today by Joseph and strenghtend their mutual Christ TMr.i iW fsvhji. the Apostle 7. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE.

W. Gibson, Executive Director Interest in, and concern for I Paul urges believers of this dispensation
of the local host center. the plight of many Jobless black of grace to,".eek those 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING

Mr. Gibson stated that more people and organized the first things which, uarp, abqv where FOR,SMALL BUSINESSESE111AOLL ARRANGEMENTS
than two hundred officials consultant OIC In the city of "brotherlylove" I Christ sitte h)Oft JJi\fight hand of PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED
and visitors would attend Tbe main objective of I Sod" (Col,?;I)'t1.;, ,,, 'f11- TODAY 9. RECEPTION

and participate la this three this self !help program is to.. Peter and ,John 1 bopri,came to
day confab The mala headquarters help the Individual to help himself know much communion pf "hll\ \ fellowship Send for your free ca alocueName "WE IMPUWEYOU: TO CHECK WITH ANY OK ru. I'Aii'
through with Paul,
for the meeting will in terms of braining for !
who was sent to' Jerusalem "by -- U1\IDES OR GliOUMS UN PHOTO. SA 1'lSt'ACTIUN"Bob ..
be located at the Heart of Jacksonville aposltlonlnvolvlagcertsUskills. revelation" to riiake ,known to the Address ...1 J

Hotel, Mr.Gibson said. leaders there./"that gospel which ( .
Highlighting the three day The 01:'. approach has been I preach unto tile nations" (See Registrar J55-9722

meeting will be the appearance landed by the former President Gal, 229.JU: ;i PU3: : !>>18)). Tins Smith Studio

c( the Rev. Leon a Sullivan, Lyndon B. Johnson sad is why John writes In I John 134"TVulv : : Applieitiiiiii\\ \ Aifist 1 1), lift ,
Pastor of Zlon Baptist Churchof President Richard M. Nixon our fellowship it with the .1 ,
Philadelphia, who Is the for the success It has achieved "'father anq.:witi4., ,Son Jesus ,,Call 11011., Tue'. Wed, and.Frt' 7:JO To.10;00 P MlOLDEN'S I' ,
founder of the Opportunities in helping thousands of black Christ. And iTriete! |hmgs/ write weunto Z422, NQUTH MYRTLE. VEMTE, .iI: 76>-X00r !
bdMtrlaUiatloa Center. Americans to become more Involved you, THAT rOURJOY/ MAYBE COLLEGE OF MUSIC ] OrHCEIIOliltSDAILY

OK, often referred to as the is a broader spectrum of FULL.fl r '. .

"Philadelphia ;las' desired the world of work la the lAtHed ** ***** )818 Y(f. ZOtA SKEET 9,00; To 6,00 SAP. t SUN. 10:00: TO 3.UO H MSATIRIAT

primarily to retrain Jobless ..--.

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::1 Be A Backyard Gourmet This Summer! It's Pleasurable And Tasty, '. I

Sinner Recipes Allow, For fiiili Ti Hiiicti Fu.sTortillaf Easy To Prepare There's Nothfig Like That

A Variety Of Good FoodsThe made) that from may ground Thin be served com pancakes plainor (maw Barbeaee For This Somwer

spread with butter or hot -
proof of the pudding is in the tasting Although at the relishes; often called Mexico's Ir : Barbecue time Is here. tattle :Inely chopped onion; 2 table-
moment we are not thinking In terms of puddings, recipesfor "bread". 4 Smith Colin of Negro Press International spoons prepared mustard 1
the summer and earl1l.a11are decidedly different! from Tocos: Tortillas folded in 'r' gives fewpointers. .medium garlic clove finely
others half and stuffed with a spicy barbecue. finely
The writer suRestst celery
chopped 1/2 cup
beef bean mixture. They r ;
You are
Mushrooms. or :
A good motto Is: Be A Backyard Try Cognac available both in a small "cock 9 ft Grill strip steaks, ham slices, chopped.
Gourmet this summer. will need one pound of mushrooms tail" sue and a large site 't. Yg wiener wheels and smoked Dissolve brown sugar water..
Among standbys will be hot ; S tablespoons of butt.rIIZ Enchilada: Tortillas rolled sausage. links Your spread will Blend slowly with catsup and
dogs, hamburgers and steaks. teaspoons of floor;4 green around beef or cheeee, often be a tossed clad, with potatoes vinegar until thoroughly mixed.
,But, food fashioning dictatesthe onions; 2 ounces Cognac and 2/3 served with tasty chili gravy col slaw, sauces and bever- Simmer liquid mlxtire 10:
Clean and slice with cheese and onion.
cup of cream. topped
addition of that summer ages minutes Add onion, garlic and
and cook Tamaler Seasoned soft
the mushrooms
glamour. onions in butter for mast stuffed with beef and A tangy butter mixture of 1/8 celery and simmer for two
Suggested here are a few re- steamed inside of corn husks cup of butter or margarine,one minutes, stir in mustard.
'clftes 8 to 10 minutes Add Cognac, which hold the tamales.To teaspoon garlic salt, one teaspoon Use sliced boneless or cannedfullycooked
Here is first Cognac Roquefort raise heat,and cook until Cognac discover your family paprika and two teaspoons ham 5/1 inches
DressingTwo ouncesof has "a po rated. Sprinkle favorites, start by servingthem of lemon Juice will do the Job. thick. Arrange attractively on
frozen dinner which offers a
mII"lnlddeream.Season a
Cognac; 2 ounces of crumbled flour, variety of these foods. Accompany i Place steaks about S or four grill 4-' Brush!: Q
with salt and to taste turn
roqnefort; 4 ounce of olive oil pepper your Mexican food with Inches abort the glowing char- Brown and
or peanut oil; salt and freshly and simmer for three minutes a crisp green salad and enjoy' coal briquets Liberally spread sauce.
before serving You might even. the fiesta atmosphere of a. .
ground pepper. Mix all Ingredients with one-half of butter mixture. Wheel Make crosswise -
Mexican meal at home. 01.1Ligrid Wiener
in a Jar with a tight sere on toastiLiquid ; Brown, turn and spread on re- slashes 1/2 In apart not

cap, shaking vigorously. VII on Refreshreets reaming butter mixture. Cook quite through the length of the'
green salad or tomatoes HIp to desired degree of doneness. wieners. Hold ends togetherwith
Steak Diane Is gustatory. For Serve with barbecue sauce short metal skewer or
that purchase four steaks. You Keep Hostesses Gusts HappyFor Miss Colin gives an ace recipe wooden pick. Place on grill
will need three-fourths of a cop for barbecue sauce:1 cup catsup; to neat; turn frequently and
t of finely chopped onions or refreshments will be in' 1 cup water; 1/2 cup vinegar; brush with Q sauce._
shallots, S tablespooofuls of order this summer. Desert will Cognac stinger, the Cognac on 1/4 brown sugar; 1/2 cup of
meat ewe; one-fourths of a be a standout on the menu also. the rocks and the Cognac and j s LC
pound of butter; 3 tablespoons The dessert is Strawberries Coffee highball. Halibut Steaks
of Worcestershire; 4 ounces of Patricia. The recipe anddlrec- The first Is easy: In a shaker S a
Cognac. Toe hostess can use Uons follows: Two boxes ripe place ounces of Cognac C rM wJ-RY Y.ri wMLJ ic.o. Receive Oriental TreatmentGolden

also lean, strip, top sirloin or strawberries; 1/2 cup Cognac; ounce of white cretne' de menthe, halibut steaks topped with a tangy sweet and tour
rib eye steaks, cut 1/2 In 1/4 cup powdered sugar; 1/2 cup cracked ice. Shake ".1111I4 sauce let the mood for delicious dining In the oriental manner
thick and weighing S to I ounces whipping cream. Wash and repneve strain Into chilled cocktail Chinese naodlet. snow peas garnished with a sprinkling of toastedsesame
each. Melt butter in skillet and stems from terries.Put glass. CONVENIENCE FOODS PLUS IMAGINATION teed. and a pot of teaming tea are nice accompaniment

when hot and shallots or onions. ball of them into bowl and crush For the second try this: Place for The this colorful quickly prepared, bright main. with dish golden pineapple pepper
Cook a few minutes, adding salt with fork. Cover with powdered 2 ice cubes in wide or old and carrot pinwheels sauce is a wonderful contrast to the green mild delicately
and pepper to taste, Worcestershire sugar pour Cognac over top and fashioned glass and add two flavored fish
and glaze. Boll let stand in refrigerator for too ounces of Cognac. SOMETHING LUSCIOUSThe Due to excellent freezing methods true North Pacific halibutcan
steaks quickly until rare, add hours. At serving time whip The third Place 2 Ice cubes be enjoyed the year around Thia firm textured h has the
fine qualities of being low in fat content yet rich in protein.Sweet .
to skillet and turn to coat well. cream until thick but not stiff a highball glass. Add 2 ounces .
Add the heated Cognac and set and fold into Cognac mixture of Cognac, followed with black moon shot syndrome means fake a delight of a coffee cake Cut'crust*, from"I lop and sides of
ablate, standing at arm'll.nKlh. Gently fold In whole berries and coffee. that everything'i NOW. TODAY,,'- rich with butter, tart-sweet with unsliced bread'Cut into squares i" ,
if Mdlnite the steaks serve it nice.. while tomorrow might be even fas* apricot or pineapple preserves and cutting to, but not through the ', .
ter. Modern cooks can whip up a nutty with pecans This unusual bottom crust. Cream butter until
'miracle of a dinner in men minutes 1 treat prepared quickly and easily'wilh fluffy;beat in preserves\Add pecans
with convenience foods And what'i 1 four ingredients, takes only a Spread mixture over top between
more it tastes is though It were 1 few minutes to mix and 15 minutes slices and on sides of loaf.Tie nt,rg
1 a many hour creation .in the oven. And it serves S to 10 around loaf to hold it together Bake l
,. ) appreciative appetites! jn a 375 degree oven for IS minutes s { aa"it
B STORE Hire A Maid Convenience foods plus imagination or until top is slightly! browned and
JACKSONVILLE equals Moon Shot Coffee Cake, loaf is heated, Makes 8 to 10
ILkI.-"' $EACH STORE li TheSi'ermurket suggested by Betty Brownell home servings '
economist of the National Associa- Note: Sliced bre.j may be used
MARKETS i.hM"TO tion of Food Chains. Three ingredients as follows: Remove crusts from
SVP.ER can be found on the super bread and spread slices witH butter
A.M.Sindiy. market shelves The fourth butter, and preserve mixture. Stack 3 slices 4
Today every woman feel that is handy from the refrigerated case'and bake as directed Cut into diagonal -.
she's hired a maid in her supermarket Apple Butler Bread another pieces to serve
," she said "and it'i no won moon shot idea, has, as iuT base, APPLE BUTTER BREAD
FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH der. Convenience foods are s boon biscuit! mix. Apple butter from a 2 cups proposed biKiilt ole
to the busy woman who still likes jar a few other easy additions and to tMipoon ads creative in the kitchen" the bread is ready for the loaf pan. to cup chase dne. .
What could be easier? to wgar and Sour Halibut
Almost daily, new foods appearin Just l few short years ago these ,2.cup", 2 pounds genuine North 3 tablespoons sugar
the supermarket Some are in recipes were long, involved and 1 cup applt butter Pacific halibut steaks U. cup vinegar
shelf staple packages, others In cans -
time-consuming: Today, thanks to to cup chopped walnuts Salt and pepper tablespoons soy sauce
and still others in the frozen food 1 ((13V4 on.) can pineapple % ,
'the miracle of convenience foods, Combine biscuit! mix and soda green pepper cut into
cases All have the work already tidbits
and one-stop supermarket shopping, Cream shortening and sugar to- inch cubes
taken out of them but all can benefit ,1V4 tablespoons: cornstarch 1 carrot,cut pmwheels
thq .w hip up in moon shot time. trtVOON !f gdlher, add eggs and beat well Add
|rom.personal touch *f\ SHOT COFFER.CAKt- biscuit mix and blend: Add apple Sprinkle halibut steaks with salt and pepper.'Saute, at moderate '
'IAnother- ; amazing I unillMd MniMch loaf walnuts. heat in small amount of oil in heavy skillet, turning once
miracle the butter and chopped mix
J to brown both sides Serve with sweet and
supermarket with 8,000 to 10,000 M cup butter well. Spoon into greased aid floured follows: Drain pineapple Add water to pineapple sour sauce to make as
terns from which to select allows 1 cup apricot,pineapple or 9 by 5 by I inch loaf pan. Bake i in 1 cup. Combine with cornstarch sugar, vinegar and syrup soy sauce I
33 the busy cook to choose "from peach prmrvot 350 degree oven for 50 to 55 mirf- Cook, stirring until thick and clear. Add pineapple, green pepper
!scratch" food when time permits.Then Vi cup_ehopptd p eon__, m_ales_or until done.___ ___ ind carrots Cook 5 minutes longer. Makes 4 to 6 servings."SuperRight" .
she gives her "maid" I day
off and enjoys a long day in the

kitchen, Western Beef Speclall
Working wIves, a large part of
SMALL BAR-B-QUE SIZE our labor force ind busy home
makers alike can buy "maid servo SHOP
ice" at the checkout counter of any CHUCK ROAST
SPARE RIBS 59- supermarket in America
ROYAL LANG Convenience foods one of the
LB, miracles of the ZOlh century are
Ming purchased more and more by
,s Itlilt today's modem cooks The ready
SLEED: 4o-cook: and ready-to-eat varietiesof t
food have built-In maid service ,'.'
BACON Foods are pre-w.shed. pre.peeled s 1 i} LB.
,. and pre-packaged. If the lady In the
'' kitchen so desires, she may use the
3 convenience food Just as the manu (3-LB" BOX $1.79))
facturer intended without the ,Quick FrO !.D
59 MG. addition of flavorings seasonings or

,- spices Many. cooks prefer the convenience Fryer Livers 39"SnperRlght"
LIMIT 1 WITH foods with their own brandof B"SoperRight"
extras The maid they've "hired" .
EVAPORATED :' 89 } D has, in effect done all the work we
Il *
MILK while they add the creative touches, Western! Pork

.JERGENS a making very special each convenience dish. Recipes food on into the ': '

SOAP 3 BATH SIZE BARS 27 make packages each are food now a showing different care Spare Ribs 'v i : 49'Ann

lion from the original .
"" FLA. cR A hED, "Someone between the farm and
fRESH EGGS (" the supermarket has done all the
E G GS work and these services add to theo sE: :>
l' : :: ,'. t of most convenience foods
'\ t. '. '. Jt.
I \ ,_ Barbeque Fish
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For Foolproof( Flavor

You can recapture lhaljus

"A FAKMBEST FRESH clous, fresh-from.the-stream fish R

: ICE MILK 'POLE BEANS. flavor Booth sauce Frozen at home before Fillets by in marinating broiling this special -

i, ASSOC. FLAVORS Perfect patio fare barbequedfish
\ ',' is also excellent indoors
l -/'J.,1. broiled on the kitchen range.
39 lu*" r lO The secret is in the marinade

1/Z GAL. ,BARBEQUED FISH FILLETS Page Brand 'lv Special! Jane Sliced
.. 25< Parker Ree or Sandwich
2 pounds Booth Frozen Fillets '
t Y L Thawed Miyoiioise :,49 White Ireee1Lustre' 2 : 49.

Marinate toast least 2V4 hours
at room temperature ((72 de-

: 1\.ITJ.CAf ASSOC FLAVORS grees), turning occasionally

DRINKS 10: '69.. 6/i to cup lemon M peppercorns ReaLemon juice bottled Cream

12 OZ CAPS 54 water ;

I 1 t medium teaspoon mime onion Worcestershire, chopped 1$;$;; HAIR SPRAY ,

vi PU REX SQUASHNIMiT FVTCY YELLOW 2'I I I 4 dash clove tablespoons cup salad dill garlic weeddash'marjssrum ail chili crushed sauce .

I dash

MORE FOOD ORDER$G o JO*. Snit Broil to (stole(over, charcoal! if pus" LETTUCE Ad 19' 12-oz.39 S

......... 15 1 xihlcl minutes' approximately without lummy, twenty Fish u PEANUTS -

1/Z GAL.' i is done when it flukes easily Bag cJ If UNABLE TO OBTAIN ANY ADVERTBEO ITEM PLEASE :'

IrUsie while broiling with. .rest LEMONS 1Z 45 REQUEST A RAIN CHECK Prices: In this. Ad. are .Good tars
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Champagne And Its Treatment Must Be A Consideration Of The Hostess I

I Women's Talk Chosen. From 630.564 Particular Technique

Listed By' Producers
It is letting so that etch trIP thus eliminating the browning' Champagne should never be sold Ice cold.the correct temperature .
to the supermarket reveals the of the meat. Is 45 to 30 d gr* i--]ust enough to be pleasantly and refreshingly .
locretM of one to four cents on The term marinate usually chilled. Champagne can be chilled atisfactorUlIarefrll'rator
the essential food Items. brings to mind steaks for barbecuing In an hour's time (but don't use the freezer)and
Today's homemaker of or lamb chops. But It allow half thai time In > bucket rrf water _and_ ice..
necessity looks lor both the 'can also enhance the flavor of Bfn; h law: only the first miles northeast of Paris It Is
advertised and on-advertised the less expensive cuts of meat. three pressings of the grapescan the world's largest wine cellar,
"specials". If time Is your hanebut be used to make Champagne to be sure, and temperature
The economy-minded borne. steaks and chops do not fit your although a number firms use the Is always 50 degrees The cares
maker selects meat by the cost budget constantly your time will Juice from only the first one. were built by the Romans 2,000
per serving rather than price have to be adjusted to cook the White and black grapes are used years ago; for the past two
per pound.! more economical meals which for Champagne and some of centuries they've served at
Boneless meat elves 4 servings usually require more than SO the firms In Rhelms and Champagne warehouses. The
per pound. Cuts with i minutes.To Epernay make a Champagneonly wine is aged here minimallyfour :
small amount of bone gins.Zto get the full value from a from white grapes: It's to five years before It is
servings and cuts with large healthy standpoint the dishes known as "Blanc de blancs." sent to all parts of the world.
amount! of bone yield I, per yon prepare for your family If you're a skiing bug, this Is Unless ,ou're prepared to
pound. must be properly cooked. For what they'll be drinking In the drink your Champagne right
Betty Brownell home econo- Instance, to keep baked vegetables -. Alps this winter: a glass half away keep It at room tempera*
mist for National Association moist and to retain filled with Champagne half hire in a closet, on its side.
Food Chains admits that women nutrients, they should be baked filled with orange Juice. Cometo This allows the cork to remain
often are confused about the In their skins. think of it, this may be more moist and full size. A dry and
cost, tenderness and cooking The skins on potatoes, squashand + + fun than skiing. Fresh orange shrivelled cork lets air In and
methods of many meat cuts, onions hold In the steam J t i Juice is best, or course.In 'may spoil the Champagne.
but adds that a simple test of formed during baking. These r t r England, home >f the tea And speaking of corks, whatto
bone shape tells all. coverings keep the vegetables _. drinkers, high tea means more da should your cork break
Three tone shapef ar.e easily moist and One in flavor and f --"."' 1 r than tea. It means Champagne off as you're opening the bottle?
recognizable in most cuts. The texture. .' ,," l 'Champagne and mere Champ- Keep calm, that's what. Simply
T-bone shaped like a "T," As prices of food continue to -- agne. No wonder the British stick a skewer or thin nail
stands for tenderness UosjaUy soar, it becomes increasingly COLONIAL WILUAMSBURG. VA.,.Chosen from in original Paula Edwards at Washington,D.C.{third),and Patricia Barnett are France's best customersfor through' the stuck cork thus
stands for higher cost u It is. important for the homemaker field of M,5M senior girls in 1S.1W of the nation's Ugh schools at Yakima, Washington (fourth).coUetescholarshlpawards bubbly, drinking some six releasing the carbonated pres-
the tender fast cooking cuts to be knowledgeable of not only these four students were named in the top winners in the 1969 from General Mills, sponsor of the program were $9,000 million bottles a year. iure. After that an ordinary
which cost more. meat cuts but the varied use Betty Crocker All-American Homemaker of Tomorrow. Pictured $4,000 $3,000 and 2000. All other State Homemakers of More than 129 miles of caves corkscrew will extract the
T-bone steaks are excellent of such extenders as rice, left to right ire; Martha Bilge, 17, of Phoenix Arisen, Tomorrow received $1,500 educational (rants. run below the Champagne cities broken cork. Smile.
example. They may, of course, potatoes gravies and sauces. first prise winner: Pamela Umbaugh of Cowan Tenn.(second); of Rhelms and Epernay, 100 *** ***
be broiled to perfection In a very flmb
short time the time dependent Style Setter
on the thickness and the degree
of doneness desired. GRANADA: This seh/uN.. .," b,??,.?,,,?,? hen' SAVE ,r
An 0-shaped or round bone, .Ii".III..III.-1. I !
indicates that the cut is somewhat MQ DINHKK
less expensive and alIo'less Bread t Butter PLATE .. PLATE29c .

tender requiring longer, 1}' \\ OESItUT OIIH 29c ,
slower-cooking method. Round, J .:: MUCH: -
round bone. 290' 29c T. _
steak has a
..& --
Braising turns this less tender CJ; .. D 'II--.cUP- .29c (..
cut into a tasty morsel. Some enaslulNr
steak 71.27 .- .. ..... MATE- _29e. '1rac" \'.. '
recipes require that round .v.H.1, If.I/unal.' ''' Ot. . ;no...., --.. .. -
'A.MI .
It the .11I N 101'' bI IY.t eel 'Of Nth n I. plgr' .... ,. ? Na tI r.nul
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be baked again giving I' .
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longer slower cooking needs.. Si:.Mn,M :!C':alb i ::7./Y'1'+::.::. '..j--y Sun:.I. :: 1 !LJ-.
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Athlrd bone shape remember IN* HMt W"N. rrrr rN.1N S M
Is the.hlad*bone,alongslenderbone
,easily seen in the beef pot Nw I?.MC.CAMMION
roast and other cuts.Again slow
cooking is a must for blade bone ......--....-,- --"" ..... EVAP. MILK 7l.raiKO
meat cuts. Cookiese..eee39* .
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'Southwest Ala. Farmers Open First Cooperative On Black Business In U.S.

$852,000 Complex Headed By FAMU Units Capture Competition Records

MM Acquainted With Poverty + r--- RIRer ee a : nun AIr ,,

BILMA; Ala -One of tin historic events of the put week, r?' e Pin w.raaaaflaarasY ruaPwwsa
astoundlngly In Alabama, was the completlcn tt the Southwest Y .,seent /

Alabama Farmers Cooperative Complex warehouse and a'w ,m a t .r
office buildings, located on 14 1/2 acres: six miles west of r 1 a IS se, bNrw.a asr-F' r' MNit inAih a I /

Selma, on United States Highway!O' 80. r' ,w ,,1 : tlnA71IeMYI/aAe t
Nothing like this has happened fro nmuy. Bus mother*-cuw.a
In the history of the South.A at the earth so hard trying to
cold storage unit cost In excess keep as alive that her heart
of 80000. The warehouse Just gave out." She died when
Includes 8,000 square feet. A Williams was fourteen. On the
bug receiving shipping night of hr *>\th he vowed to
deck will take care: of big stake- fight poverty and all of Its
bodied trucks which will transport byproducts. The family vowed
the Co-op's 4,000 acres of to stay together.
vegetable crops Dr Ralph DavidAbernathy .
The office will be completely: dean of men, was of consider-
alrcondltloned. Ten receiving inspiration. Williams pursued
sheds will afford space for low- teaching. He became
cost ft:.rsq supplies and the best chairman of the social studies
'department In his school.Laterhe

married a young employeeof
the Chocktaw School System

A daughter, Venessa, 10, Is a a L
4I student at Alabama State (] / 1-
Laboratory High School In { I 4.

Montgomery. ,,:.1' ... I \. .''T'f' : ; .,.i. ..'. -.;
I Q, tiA Williams organised the j 1: '
( a __; ". ,
students and parents In the j" I ,.\,
"iII.. -" .
Llsmaa County to force changesIn ] >m4fjfWf9>miimu mfiiU J fm .
the school system policies.He The ROTC Capers of FAMU placed: first in fancy drilling Ins Boatwrlght, Ft. Pierce; Celeste Ettert West Palm Beach: ; Rifles recently. The competition was held at Florida State
played an important part In flve-ichool fancy drill contest recently Campbell Stadium'. Caretha Richardson, Ft. Pierce; Sandra Richardson, Pensacola University The unit placed second In fancy drill. Members,
Integration In the state and seta at Florida State University The Capers were performing and Rovenia Hardwlck, Jacksonville In the lower picture are from left, are: S/Sgt. Clarence Barnes FAMU Clarence
precedent for school desegregation. against their first competitors, schools like the U of M, members of FAMlTs Pershlng Rifles. This unit was named the Thompson, Madison; )(1cbaeUIOlle",Dover,Delaware;Sheldon
Later the National Council Auburn, Stetson and FSU. Members, from left are: Shirley most Improved company In the 16th Regiment of Pershlng ,Watson Albany, New York and Larry Davis, Miami....Photos.,

on Human Rights sought him Plait, Ft. Pierce; Veronica Shelley Immokallee; Gloria .. .
out and asked him to serve U -

Associate Director of the Alabama Checking Out Fuel Promotion, CIVIL RIGHTS
Council He requested that ,
! e
he be permitted to continue: h r'
his activities: with the farmer ROUNDUP
setup.He .
markets for produce. continued his activities.: A FREED
4 GREENVILLE Mlss.-NPl"Airon E. Henry president,
This new enterprise will be Black man, Otis Pinkard was ,
has been "freed from
State NAACP conference
headed by a Black man,William elected chairman of the Macon Mississippi
H. Harrison, exceptional to the County Agricultural Soil Conservation any further restraint upon his liberty" and "discharged from
custody u a result of his conviction sentence In a county
point that be Is known u Service Board, after '
? court" growing out of his arrest and conviction In a Bollver
for the of
"Champion Rights three years. Harrison become
The order releasing him ended
president-chairman of the county court on May 23,1962.
series of actions which took Aaron to the Mississippi
a long legal :
Poor People Harrison Is a Board of Directors of SWFGA.
court three occasions and to the U.s.
Supreme on
victim of Alabama Blackbelt'spo Williams worked for all. He
class. His father left Supreme court, twice.

"e A PS'! f' NEW ORLEANS-CNPI)...Federal District Judge Alvin B.Rubin
P&LO3tP1 last week ordered the Louisiana State Correctional Institutions
to present a desegregation plan for all its institutions by June
tf. The plan must provide for complete mixing of races in

lormltorles, classrooms, rehabilitation, athletic and other

U.S. 1 CAllAHAN FLA. Y. ? programs and facilities.INSTITUTIONAL .

All Your Neeis At Ui Prices NEW YORK-NPO"Instltutiotal RACISM racism was characterized

last week by an official of the UJS. Department of Housing
OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to 2 A and Urban Development u "the principal obstacle to full and'

equal opportunity for all Americans, especially Black
FAST DRIVE-IN SERVICE 'nfbAl, A Americans. Samuel C. Jackson BUD assistant secretaryfor

JUST 10 MIN FROM MONCRtEF U.S. I +IYl9l Em metropolitan development, declared that "Institutional
A I 4rWrr racism: Is far more damaging than the activities: of Individual

t S\ -THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS-. aclsts: ," and singled out zoning U a "particularly pernicious
1 ixample of institutional racism.'
+ ,. ,
Rehki Vodka fit. $ 5.99 } .y A v+, w h

divert Gin 5th 14.29fit. ':' ;, : 'D_ .__ ift 'OJ "':" ::.. WEST HAVEN COIID.-NPI.TbeacUOIII> of a traffic patrolman
.NOTHING UNUSDAL-ElCEPT .. : seeking to stop a fight between a black and white student
HQf Clydell Johnson (left)
Extra 16.29 prove that a Negro can represent a company like Gulf] tel'both
Cihert a Retail! Sales Representative for the Gulf Oil Co.-.U.S. In blacks and whites In the South Other black men haveIntegrated jver a pack of cigarettes has drawn the attention of the

Horse Scotch sac $$6." Miami, Fla, goes over the details of a new marine fuel sales territories Atlanta Memphis Louisville :Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.The .
White promotion program with Done Roefle owner of the little- In Gulfs Southern Marketing Region, u well u In other policeman Is charged with being overzealous In using
CiRidlM Lord It 16.99' River Marina on the 79th Street Causeway Mr. Johnson I cities all over the country. Milton G. Furls, Regional "Chemical Billie" a mixture of pepper and water, In balling
proud to say that there Is nothing unusual about his salesterritory Vice President for Gulf and an Atlanta Alderman and civic the two Glannottl Junior high school students, without insuring

Wipe Likes CafawbanuuuuuuuuuuuuA.a _t $$1.69o1wort1 unless It would be the two! marines he calls on In leader, said, "It has been my experience that a good man Is that bystanders would not be affected. Some 19 children, ranging '
addition to his 21 service stations assigned to him "WhatIs going to do a good Job whatever color his tMn Is. We bin In ages from 11-13, were Innocent victims of the spraying,
unusual about the territory Is that I'm the first black good men and required treatment by physicians.

Sales Representative! to handle u," he said "I'm helping to .

INCREASE HOME VALUE 56 Notional Oriaiizitioiis CRICACO-NPI)..The order from the police superintendent to

Central air conditioning not tloning systems can be added put shotguns In squad cars has been hit by Black policemen and'
tht f.R plot a abo,... only provides comfort but adds to exiting wain air LPfati Meet community leaders as being"provocative,"and In turn,"creat
to the resale value of a home central* heating equipment. Plan Strategy HYeter/ log frustration..out of which come fires" The shotguns were
In many m.taj>cea, air condi- ordered In
placed the squad cars by Police Supt. James B.conUst. .
DOWNTOWN .300 HOGAN S1.awlAwawfgawle NEW YORKi "Because the hungry cannot wait the year required Jr., who quipped,"The shotgun Is a weapon of offense
for the most recent Federal food proposal to go Into has a psychological effect on persons who believe it may be
full operation, the National Council of Negro Women and' used against them. In most cases It is not necessary to.
S3 other national citizens' organizations have called an emer- elm a shotgun .but to merely point at the target and shoot."
ee gency national strategy session to mobilize Immediate private
P .action: to feed the hungry The National'' Council of Negro

J I I I YOUR OWN HOM 354 6746 Women mammoth, Miss meeting Dorothy Height president sponsoring the ,NUL Recruits 60

Federal to end!
assure program
= All BOICKI "The Council and organization the national shame of hunger".
1RCA co-sponsors of National Invitations to the May 27 meeting
= = Convocation on Hunger in the from Mlss Helght and; Black StudentsFor
38E000OM U.s.A., previously planned for Georgia State Rep. Julian Bond! _

__ AelowusWIOOEL May 26 and Z'11. have rescheduled and former U.S. Sen. Joseph

plgP AY $ M0'N October the 9 mass and 10 Convocation, to permit the for Clark,warned Convocation that CoChairmen expanded* Ghetto Work

smaller strategy session tode-
shoes rp.mla Federal food programs will not
OVeruwn St.X441 velop a specific plan of emer-
a action go Into effect until sometime BIRMINGHAM ALABA IA...Th. National Urban League has
CHET YOUNGLOVERS oTl D wfalon I I': gency NCNW, Dorotb1lHelgbt said after the beginning of the .recruited sixty black student leaders to work in special ghetto
Janet president,
DIVI9 ON a, 20th ST. EXP, calendar year 1970. projects across the country this summer.
"We will evaluate the Federal
OUR PR1CB RAN PARK proposal, re view the realities of Immediate private action citizen Is nod The student activists, recruited several hundred applicants and
organization : urgently
from that seventeen of the sixty were
the.raaUoa'. hunger and man- needed added "because ,;
nutrition crisis and outline the they recent will work with local Urban presidents ofblackstndent
most u.fal'app 'oadllea to despite encouraging Leauge officials in fifteen clUe,.,'associations..
to Federal Programs
jnaxiralze private efforts and steps expand They will study and develop "These young people have demonstrated -
I, l. AAko.a1Intl. WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo there 1s mounting erl- techniques for building an intense and unprecedented
deuce that these proposals are
Interest In becoming
economic social and political
Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot! ; NEWS IUIIINC grossly Inadequate to meet the strength ,in the black ghetto active leaders in the black

,-rW"+IIua11 "-"- ."-..Dc"L 64 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VIILE .. ... .. ...... 'I 1l9t All news should be In the Florida nor need.wW The we.hungry" cannot watt.. Announcement of the black community" Mr. Young them said with,
rAuI ONII' I''JII".r I". ,Nl" ovv ANW Star Office by Tuesday atlp.. student leadership program.was "and we are providing
.41A MqNANI1 NI"i1fY AI. Ih'.ffA I. concrete and constructive programs
66. CADILLAC SEDAN DE'. VlllttiONfiiliO'i .................. .... ..'259\ .r.................neIar.e.wC'TII'IN'T that will utilize their
OWMMAI' .II'W \\1'1'\\\' 1 I.
lyIm : Idealism and their energies."

mlmmeelltAwIr LNwJA.y 61.5179s.IY CHEVROLET. IMPALA ,,,........??.......;.... ...... $?m lifE TI ciif'iiffRfT) CUi. Mr Young announced,at a two-
SA t All AIIII-.MAIK, rOnHtMlf61CAMERO ''''. day meeting of the League's55member
.................................. .. .............. J779J F national Board ofTrustees

'IDiMI I'AAR" 4 M0...."'..Alk?,...ro61BONNEVIUI .......I/llllltAM... ........... ", $J"5 f LOW PRICE I r" + here, that the program
A IY.. iiinfIN.."I,IOV AI1.N,'111'U' 111. ,. Nel'NA A''f A.. was being funded with a
I A II'I.A r NI. AIrn..1 I HI\\
61 fOlD GALAXIE SOO ........ ........ .... SitU' '50,000 contribution from the
Alt. .>NI| Mill II" Id AIN.AH.'t ,1 .It,,,", ,.,.. DRUG STOLE.MIsla. national
61 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX .,...,..,. .,. .,. .. ..." U795 i LINKS a Negro
AS.. INININNAIIu, I \\.1\\ ANI'.IAI. .'IAII WAl11 AlNMr women's civic organisation,and.

WN q..uA/naf n-.. N AkfAr/I loIPONIIACTEMPEST ...... ....... Sn.5 : ? the Henry Lace Foundation
'I ',','''''' \a '''11'''''''. 'IN/' lNrN.U. 'l11W.. 14N. > which Is contributing $17,000.The .
't IApi; b, .N 1w1 II ANANIA' I'9tade with Your Nelghboi hood Drug Store?WE WILL MEETB Lees Fouadatloa is
61 PLYMOUTH. FURY. III .... ........ ........ 1119. :ANY PRICES ADV. w YOUR LOCAL PAPERS: *we deliverr_ supporting the program over a.
.A AIIIIAA'AIN IAMN. 1111 P'l IP'.IIIIItl'" AI.I'N"'P"| "N.
tA. NMANANI. nil all Doctors' Prescriptions, Vi *& WIIITlfEY'tOt111G period. '
61 FALCON fUTUU ..... ,.. ............... ... .. $1691AIYMAIN JM 'made here by- four-year,
today Vivian Beanos
I (Tuesday Mrs of
I IIMI'AI .IMI hie'YI'I/M/A '!1111'.1), ''''IIIS
II "ii,si mi INN Whitney M. Young Jr., the Cincinnati president of the-
iarw .RAMBLER' II 1t'O'1'.....' ? .....,........, ., 'M. I'.. ,..?.. ..-,11295INV,1 riii I League's executive director. LINKS, and, a National Urban

/ oaa>s uT I 66 MUSTANG .............. .. ........ ....",,.. $1205IYYryf axle Pharmacy The civil rights leader noted League Trustee, presented Mr.
y' WNI U
iaefr 67 IUICK wnoCAt.-i .. ........... S739JONOIH that the League was the first Young with a check for '50,000at
"| >HI \\"O!lll lobe Dealt Where Other Refute | "1312 RIMS III IT NTRTL' Its resources to Negro student Ron Brown New York-based
Credit Approved_en Sp.tR leaders Interested la brlatUg Urban League youth specialist
about change la the slum districts. who Is toehargeofthe.prorr&la.aJ4 ,
: PkHi 353. qj Uslxt black stmoeatswUl
S' EVANS3rd The 1969 summer program >
.- ; "I Till' LICIT IITEl"lft j Is u extension of one ,begin IMJr\work on Isle 16
... -' N ARANWC RE'lACMENl OR MONE' !' '. &. MAIN : ,begun last year by the ......., with n week-long orientation,
;1 r.llI1t ITIIIR'STIIE' Mr, Yoeng pouted out that session in Pawling, New York.T1ey .
.. the;
114 111 I OPEN 'Til *::30 P.M. El 4 111] .' vfliNHE; sixty students enrolled'Is theprogram will then be assigned to

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I. Cassius Clay 'Muhammad All'. Quits Boxing Ring For Sure This Time:1SPORTS :

PARADE Greyhound Racing In Daytona : I


SUSPENSION MINNEAPOUHNPl-.Being; ) absent without leave from the J

baseball diamond li a costly thing, leftflelder Willie Horton byt
of the Detroit Tigers now learning Kortondlsappeared from

the field last week during the seventh inning of a game with

the Whit Sox, and hasn't been seen since So, In lien of his '
present, he was suspended, and fined $340 a day until be rejoins -
the team t


LORMAN, Miss.- of Us athletics the 1969 edition of Outstanding College Athletesof

America, an annual biographical compilation featuring the

accomplishments of approximately 5,000 young athletes who have
proved outstanding In sports,campus activities curriculum.
The Alcorn names are track star Itlldrette Netter; gridiron

giants Rayford Jenkins Joe Ovens and James CoWer: cagers
Willie Norwood, Charles Watkins and Julius Keys

Gale-Bayers, that ls--plan to be on (
the gridiron working and readying himself for the exhibition
opener of the Chicago Bears football team la August. Last

season Sayers underwent surgery after suffering a knee ,
Injury against the Frisco 49ers. He say his knee Is well now,
and "I know I'm ready' ..r


HAMPTON Va- ball coach at Tuskegee Institute, Grambllng College and Ala-
bama State college--1949-69--has been named head football

coach for Hampton Institute for the 1969-70 season His career "I

record so far gives him 157 wins 98 los s and 12 tie 1 .

Albany College Gold Unit


Thrashes Blues--Sc. 20.0

ALBANY, Ga.-The Gold unit (Henry) as one of the bright DAYTOM DOG Mel fQ OPEN JJ.VE,2--This SCUM w Ube cards at the beautiful, air-coMTteed; 1 track! Ixated :

thrashed the famed Blues 20-0 spots of the springgame.Johnson repeated wileD they usher in the l69Snmmegray'ao,md racing 92, Just off tlma-savlng super highway 1-95. More
here as Albany (Ga.State a 250 -pounder, and season at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club:: on Monday, June !, of the Nation's fl rant i1'eyl1l1ul\ds. i>..: resjmMg24! ; a!" ;
College concluded Its spring Forbes, at 6-4. 245-pounder, wlJ: ama.h9 t-a-venlfl2dii Thousands of JaekJaavUle kennels, art randy for: (ha colorful racing Tnaug u':at .
ttrllls here Saturday afternoon made repeated stops along.the fans attend tie' nightly programs and t'\! popular daylight expe. ad to bruit 1': ittendaii'a M 'ordsGranbliHg's : [
In the annual Blue-Gold CONTINUED ON PAGE 10Tourno 79'I

scrimmage. Excellence
Ram coach Booby Lee lament' ment Film Presented ,

ed over the play of the Blues Nets Grab In Player ( )
who failed to score lathe fracas Bio
-- -- -

pitting defensive the unit offense In near against 95-degree the HAMMOND, LA. ((SPECIAL- .something .
Grambllng's sustained level of hassle
weather on the athletic field Illustrated
excellence in football was Robinson
here."We're credited with enabling the Tigers keep growing.
going to have to do a
Tigers to sign Albeit Dennis,Jr. and strength
lot of work offensively by the
;to a national letter of Intent At all-state tackle at
time the first game rolls around
after Tulane University
yule Park High
this fall, Lee said. While obviously -
pleased with some phase announced that the big tackle Hammond, Dennis has
would help spark a Green Wave cribed ai
of the scrimmage session, Lee
grid renaissance. finest Interior lineman
was particularly disappointed
Tulane athletic officials enthusiastically loped 'I Louisiana in
the play of his offensive line. .
acclaimed the 6. :
"We need lots of work here,
at !'honor student and Inkedhlmtoa Is the kind of
particularly guard"Leeadded.
grant-ln-ald scholarship In coaches and writers :
January at a special press conference -' but notice if only for his
As second the Ram
a thought, '
He was expected to become mooring down -
In his second at
pilot now year
r the first Negro varsity Robinson admits be
the helm, said "Of course youcan't A V -H'' '
"football player to perform with '
special solace In the
tell much about line play'now
:: :
the New Orleans school. u young Dennis will
because the defense surely
Through all at
same position
has the the
advantage over
Eddie Robinson stood around
his father did 21
/ line. rr
patiently waiting for May 21. He'll even wear the same
familiar with the offense, first
B was slow pull but it gave, number.
of all, and it also takes a little
the veteran Grambllng coacb a The gauge on Junior la
longer for the offense to come.
chance to demonstrate his is a better prospect than
around. They need time to ability t/i translate nothing Into man. I
sharpen up on their blocking I',7Lr
assignments and net their timing aaVillWi

Citing the performance of his

running backs especially the UI
PH.EL4 1
trip of Melvin(Sherman),Boston <

(Howard), and King (Abernell),
Lee said, "He'll be a lot e LARGE MULLET ................................. L8
stronger In our running game
than weweru ago Melvln fEUOW SNAPPER ......................... lb. 89-
who returns after sitting a year SPEC. TROUT ........................................ lb. 75-
because of ineligibility, makes LT FRESH FILLETS ....................................... lb. 9.
the difference,"Lee declared." L GREEN FLORIDA LOBSTER ................ lb. $1.69

He makes guys like Boston, TOURNAMENT FILM PRESENTED-Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Com- LOBSTER TAILS ................................iii. $3.50

King and Johnson (Rudy) run missioner William T. Johns (left) receives Kodak film of the association's 1969 basketball FLOUNDER Limited Amount .........................Ib
harder.' tournament, held In March in Greensboro, N.C., from Charles E. Fltzglbbon, director of
Questioned about the play of his public affairs planning for Eastman Kodak, 0IJlPl.ll1'1, Elizabeth City beat Norfolk State, 89- FarcCrabmeat Caekta"

young defensive front,Lee cited .86. for the championship of the association, composed of 18 predominantly Negro southern ,12z. $
Fingers ..
..... log ,
Winston-Salem 89-88 In the tournament consolation game.--
the play of Johnson (Walt), colleges. Maryland State $

Forbas (Reggie) and Swift Photo by Eastman ___ ____________ CLAW CRABMEAT ................, '"b. Can 1

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Baseballs Baseballs! All
reMade This C'own''

,In Port Au Prince, ,HaitiPORT ,31 12 i =- II51..f. I.. 'GALA OPENING MONDAY NITE aE !

baseball used InAmerica J.' :1. ".
AU PRINCE Every professional ,
I was born and stitched together in Port Au Prince.All Real Cost of Insurance -,

tourists have to do is short NEW YOflK-ln.rt l term, I
go ....... .
to the waterside town. There They are even assembling the coil of bane automobile t,
they will see table after table parts for television sets. liability insurance actually has -i
and young Black girls dressed in Women are sewing embroidery declined the 'Insurance Information -1S-l1:

pinafores sewing away on baseballs on imported dresses priest Institute.rrporu Bated
destined for the American. has his parishioners sewing on lite mcilun!" national ,family 32-22-11
diamonds gold-threaded cloth eagles on income in each of the nipecliveyc J

Strangely enough, baseball Is. ,uniforms for United States ,in, the (1111 was equal| to I.38XT SometMdg! liupslomet&4
not fancied in that country. colonels. | cent of annual income In He's down. He Adds,Subtracts
Therefore, the girls do not The assembly plants profited 1017! and to |,.Ol.tICr; cent of He works it all around. l
know too much about It. $4,000,000 last year. annual incan c'h"IHIt'" : s r

The baseball king of Haiti is ,13-11-43 12 GREAT

Serge L. Gash, Industrialist. MADAM B.fSSI a 1 ,RACES ,
lie Is wealthy and owns the ... .
only Teronado on the Island. She will read your entire" life-past,present and I Coming Attraction POST 0.15

Be kai matt so much dough future, She asks no questions but will tell you I TIME'a'
that sometimes flies to Miami .P.M.Y' IPtllNC
of .
.hat you want to know, giving dates and facts '
and carries plenty of balls with RAIN OR saint ,: ;
him love, health and family affairs. WHelp ; FIAT fATIIEEIT .

Haiti sends more than 4,000,000 you find lost art. Tells you whom yew' wUll MAN'S DAYS'NUMIERED .and MATINEES SATUriOAY WEDNESDAY 2 OO P.M. +r' 2 PI
marry and when. B the one yoe love is true, what] _
baseballs to this country.
to do to be successful:Will reunite separated,, +
Why? Manpower 1s cheap and PLAY TH! WITH
locate absent friends and relatives, and cans i
abundant. Wage levels ar.low. i
happiness between man and wife. Helps make j jup oaioiiii G GIGANTIC
Frederick De Beer set up the ;'1 ,. PAYOFFS. ..
lovers' quarrels. Tells U sickness and bad j "Mans Days are Numbered:
first plant in 1961. There are ON FIRST
luck are natural enemies, or U there Is an evil Health and Fortune can be t
now five factories the country. .r'tftll1l8llC. TWO
Four or five doleD baseballsare .. Doe not tell to please you.but will tell the truth. One Yours when you know your
manufactured by each plant. visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will LuckfDays,
read your life like an open book, bat also help roe out of your MEl.tor """
A dOleD cost 62 cents
TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when, Lucky Colors, ect. a16Nitr ,r '
Plans are now under for nt
way Send $2 00 for
everything seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted, your
the manufacture of soccer balls,
tick and worried when yon can be helped and everything nude, Horoscope Guide for
volleyballs, basketballs and
clear by consulting TKB GIFTED MEDIUM.'Everybody welcome ,
American footballs.
: NO MAIL ANSWERED. make ao house calls. Don't .
.enterprise It seems.then has,for that once American fallen mistake the addrassvOfAoTM BESSIE :'Is located north of ''Fill In the blank below anC

Callahaa on UJ. M, I/I silk from City of CaUahaa Florida. mall to ZODIAC, Post Office
Phone: I79-22M. ** k'" "' Box 1171, Jacksonville Fla


Aliases be la the Florida I, ,.Open dally from .... to 10 p.lD. STREET- + '

Star Office by ruendajr at: Ip.m, :JUB CLIPPING" ENTITLES YOU TO A15.READING for $2..00, I j BUT? OF BOll- I '', & IE"- IIHCT II tllll .

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PACE 11 ; =1111 paUlS $111111 In 31. 1111
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NUt Recruits Albany College Gold Unit Only The Strong Survive World News Digest

Blip gaited Mill CONTINUED FROM PACE I Trashes Ilres Sc. 20-0 9 .
u.s. Gypsum Co. League Continue iron page KEEP IT UP
Now accepting Applications branches where they wUlgtUlze front wall Swift, a regular two 5.550sprung drills revealedthe JOHANNESBURG-OfWJ-Tbt: ) ruling white Nationalist party in
Plant Positions in Paper Mill the resources of the local seasons ago u a freshman, Is Rams' forte will be receivers South Africa It discovering that Ui Immorality Act, first
and Wallboard Perfection. Leagues la programs to slowly coming around to the' its weakness, the adapted la 1927, is doing the opposite of what wu intended--
Excellent benefits Include mobilize ghetto residents in promise be showed as a first offensive line.Sylvester(Bingo) keeping the races apart. Recent statistic disclosed that more
group insurance Pension Plan, such areas as housing,cooperative year grldder. The 6-J, 230 Sing. Charley Brown and Nee ley and more eases of interracial fraternization being carriedon
paid Vacation and Holidays. markets, tenant unions, pound Junior performed consistently Lovett caught the ball "excep x ileaI "contraTentlons have become tidal wave" As one
voter education and eonsunerorganlatlons. tionally ..11." With this!
If you are looking for a job all afternoon. trip wag put It.If A whole new society Is gradually coming into
security and good pay, appy Just as in the past three and speedster Hugh Hicks waitIng being a society In which It's the 'in' thing to cross the racba9'ter.
They will operate as dreetSworkers la the wings, the aerial erected by the goTenunent"PULLS
to: 6825 Evergreen AvenueAn
and community Ten MusiciansCONTINUED game with an added year of
Opportunity Employer
organizer until August 26. seasoning for both Ktnnle Burke OUT

I I ROIL PAGE 1 and Gene Petty, may- be clnslderably LmAKA.-NPI--Zambla" law society has withdrawn from

: day Musicale, and K.D Mc. sharper Justice, the British section of the International Commission of
Open Sunday Farlln, principal of Annie Bea- "If the running attack is consistent I Jurists. The decision was made after an editorial appeared In

2 p.m. to 6 p.m. 1571 W. 26th Street man school.Ifrs the passing game will the British section's Journal stating that Justice Is no longer
Harriet Day, coordinator not to Indicate his obvious II IIS concerned with matters involving Independent Black states.
E1 Coleman Rej. Real Estate Inlir of the project for the Greater pleasure over the performance
of his receivers and his
Jacksonville Economic Opportunity young PARK NAMING
1932 Mefiarry Ave Phone 768-0441 Inc. pointed out that cadre signal-callers.. NASSAU-CNPI-.The) recent Constitution Day celebration the
the ten scholarships were awarded I Consplcionsly absent from the Bahamas was marked by the dedication and naming of a newly
on the basis of instrument spring drills was one of last constructed part after Fr.Marshall Mitchell James Cooper,who
priority required by the season's mainstays in a veteran was the first Black Bahamian to enter the Anglican priesthood.
Massey Dodge Announcesthe Eastern Mus'c orchestra as well and tight-knit defensive Fr. Cooper wu ordained a priest In the Church of St. Mary
as individual performing ex secondary Ken Carter did not the Virgin, In 1885. He died In Nassau 1919 and. was IntereedIn
AppointmentOf cellence. participate In the spring drills.. 5'M St. Uattbew's cemetery

Citations werepresentedtotkerunnersup Judge Ignore: CI
which will enable m U.S. PLEASE NOTE
them to participate! U the winning Miied.Mirriase Case. ,. TEIIRAl'fNPIUDder a new provision of Iran's compulsorycar
finalists cannot attend. CHICAGO Only the strong survive, as.has Jerry Butler. His Insurance law, auto owners are entitled to a "no claim
SAM HILL : Students so recognized were JOHANNES9URG1SdutbAfricaA rune "Only the Strong Survive," u yet the biggest single of bonus' if they have not filed a claim during the preceding
Christine Yvonne Harris, 16, South African businessman his career, !has Just completed recording a. series of five calendar year year, The new provision went into effect on
As Aid Silesnu ante; Willie I, Hunter 17,cornet was acquitted of radio commercla1liDclUC DI two 120-.econd IJICX..ID; the picture March 21--the beginning of the Iranian year. mj
p ; Willie L. Williams, 16, committing miscegenation with above George Johnson left, president of Johnson Products .ffiWOLGET
saxaphone! all of Eugene Butler his English-born white wife her ,Company, Inc., and Butter, Mercury Recording artist, displaya NEW ORE DEPOSIT
I iJ Sam Hill will solve your transportation school. recently. Jar of Ultra Sbean, on the Johnson products, for which Butler Liberla-(NPI-A consortium of Geraan.HI
needs in short notice Others receiving citations Joseph Jaequesson, holder eta recorded the commercials mid-April. Butler and his brother American, British and Swiss Interests is evaluating the pro-"?..*.'.
and work a deal to suit your were Rosemary Qualntance, 17, French passport and classified Billy backed by a 16-piece orchestra and three vocalists, are specie of a new Iron ore deposit located in this northwestern ..
,finances. flute; Ernest Conyers 18,baritone u colored, broke down and featured Another popular tune by Butler la "The Iceman area of Liberia near the Sierra Leone border The mine field
born; Leroy Umpldn, 17, cried when the verdict was Cometh," Butler Is on a tour of 45 daysMercury Record is estimated to be able to produce about 10 million ton tons of
baritone born all from Stanton brought In. Corp. Photo. ore a year.
Call For SIR Hill 353-7411 Vocational High. Kelvin IIfurphey .

14 flute duPont,, ,
Junior High;Susan Senates, 17, e Cleveland Black
I baritone born, Wolfson High;
FOR MEN AND' WOMEN ROOM FOR RENT Diana Lynn, 18, bass clarinet Nationalist Leader
Peon Senior High
Single Working Woman 1 block
OF, AIL ACES from ,Bus line Call 254-1374 1 ri-i Sentenced ToDeallh

Take New ii-1. ui'ED NATURE
TABLETS for that tired, run I TOOTHIGHEDon : CLEVELAND: Free"Ahmed"Evans
down leellncthatiteep.youfrom S HELP fIMTEI-miST Black Nationalistleader
life AC", uRATETYP>ST Musttyp. do !has been sentenced
enjoying In
win Hcondi mllllwii' with
50 WPM. Salary $'70 to $100 MOKA the slaying of three policemen:
,100.Tablets $3 00, 200 Tablets JEL Many dintiitt rtcomminduilnfOMlEL ILI
$5 00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S per wk. for qualified person until you |.t a and a civllan during racial violence -
EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES Apply in PERSON POSITIVELY profusion! tfeetmintoraijel X*"."* last July.
NO CALLS. t'- .I The date for execution Is Sep-
FS 5931 N. .
'Chicago Dept. ,Illinois 60626 Broadway FLORIDA STAR ._..... tember 22

.".QDcrIJI Rd..Dear 3th st. r Judge George J. McMonagleofCuyahoga
ABUT JacksorrilleIurber County sentenced
REM SEX Evans, 37, and said, "Let's
PROBLEMS IN ? hope your punishment will be aeleterrent.
Now Starting NO VIM OR IGOR Evans answered, "lhave no
POOR MARITAL RELATIONS LJjLiP1MrJONIGHT! regret, no malice: toward anyone .
Hospital Aide Class NO SEX DESIRESINCOMPATIBILITY Eft-oil Now Just the reality of the
Cash1eroSaiesClerltKlndercartn matter. This will not end by
Teachers' If these are your p oblems APPLICATIONS NOW JEING me. He was later taken some
Aide and you have trjed In vain to ACCEPTED 140 miles to the penitentiaryby
Piano-Guitar-Theory have them solved-let. us show TUITION RATES AS LOW AS 8 : a five vehicle motorcade.
Ban and Orchestra Ins'ru- you the way.'CUARANTEED-\ S2175 PER MONTH MATINEES1:30x.n Evans faced 12 Jurors, all
mentsBOIDEHS, NO OBLIGATION AND CON. I white. He was charged on seven
"" COLLEGE' FIDENTIAL.: Just CHECK which A lied LtuJT JI.y counts of first-degree murder

) Eater 'Cinir .
problem you have. PRINT YOUR and one Black civilian. The

1811'West 20th Sliest NAME, ADDRESS ZIP CODE TUITION INCREASES JULY 1 county prosecutor described
;Registrar 355972'Call t MAiL: WITH AD TO: ,I Evans u a teacher of murder
,Moo., Tues., Wed, and Fri. GOOD SAMARITAN, P.O. Box,I 630 DA vs STREET who taught teenagers to kill. 10;03 ,18-313. Wojdbury! NJ. 08096; 354-9S1. Defense attorneys contended
that the convicted man taught
"nonviolence' They referredto
..NI 1.N.NNNN.NNNNN..NN.NLN..N1..1..MPrices ,;;, him u a man who taught
:: his followers black pride.
Good Only At.. \ Four of the counts against the
: : : that's Busch
I : 'r l. ; baby leader charge premeditated
: ;
hugs II. I IlSlilEIth '.' I ( "k, !; I, "killing The other a three policeman pertain

I Diiis Struts : ;' ,, 'J ..'\ ,s*, 't\ "And I'm telling it, like it. !is., People today are moving In the discharge of his duties."

'21st I Myrtle 1'.1 .(1Jt', t .:f)" .: on up-reaching out forthe best. And the best is Busch..

I L' \ '.33rl 't MntriifElwil i ,A;i\:: 1} + 'J;:: Premium brewed j&ith coshly'' barley' virgin hops. The Social Secirity

: AVI. at Clivilii Mil car-t5, : ( ,

thru WED JUNE 4I <<,,'" l'!' '' in beer)..The best opular' red beer in America? That's

,a., ............................... l Busch, baby. And we can prove it"

I t Look for the special'Rosko display wherever you buy beer. DISABLED

I '5 '.
/ ,, BUSCH...from Anheuser-Busch. I.... St. Louis Mo. N

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j' Social Security payments are
I going to many widows between
'a I the aces of 50 and 60 In DuvaT
County because they are disabled
I NO DEPOSIT-NORITURN according to James H.
6 i 2-02. E-Z TWIST CLASS CANSNNNNNNNN. Mlddleton, officer in chart of
... the 13th Street Social Security
auuewy Office. Recent changes In the
Ret: 5.51OLD Special ,rgnn law now provide payments to
widows and widowers If they
MR.BOSTON become unable to work within
seven years of the death of
e rt4NMg 1
'a acwt their spouse or not later than
Price !
seven years after they ceased
to get payments for their
children A basic requirement,
II AVODKA Mlddleton said, is that the deceased -
w d s ,sy9 w person mast have

QUART worked IOC security.several years under

M, "OR'teoe 'Persons who feel they may
qualify for these payments nay
a C3 contact either of the two Social

GIN H .l Security The 13th Street offices office Jacksonville.Is locatedat

(( #; the comer of Canal and 13th
) Street, phone number 7912517.
The downtown. office located
p .!.. ........ } at 400 West Bay Street, phone
number 791-2151. Both of these
WEEDEMANN offices are open from 130 to
112 A J 4:30 Monday through Friday and
9 00 to 11:00.ou Saturday
BI G ? f
all aRt '., .Ak.FurmersCONTINUED

MAIEDEMJW was obliged as the croup's
ekn,3Qc" lint manager, to resign.
Efforts were made to find a
WIEDF successor, and he served la U
,. QUARTSwIrn 4
.re Interim
capacity But, tecaal
' alities brought him back Once
3.95. CASE I'll back In the saddle he carried

plus deposer'' out elaborate plans which W,
altlmately, to the completion of
'. the eomplei.;;
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