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:
June 7, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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trg. : thousands of Jaxons are com-
Disappears FronWeam's .. .
Aid Educators t. 1 I
plaining. Last Wednesday a
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Lakeland "
"'j" $0 J..t'i! tf14.t :\ against the
Priiei ,' !: for an injunction
Praise Choice : A .1. ..1 city's water and sewer charges
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MlAMIw: small group of A convicted Black murderess :W. .r.l'l': f5. ',. \... ..i'.. .,
". "j.o..J (; I defendants.
determined whites Is so concerned Negro Conference has'made the list of the FBI's ...: :..l : "i)1 : ""lt\"" Sam Jwfes, president of the

about having a qualified most wanted criminals. Thisis ""f't J.U. ..1r.r da.w: ; ......#. __ ___ I Florida Voters League Third
Black principal at the almost a first in the lamutlr of The 103rd Commencement exercises of Edward Waters College, one of the AME Connection'sschools Congressional District charges
all-white Treasure Island Ele- LAKELANDThe Methodist Church, founded by Charles and history in the State of Florida.Marie of higher education, climaxed all others both in enthusiasm and In numbers Dr. In his suit that Mayor Hans

mentary School here that they John Wesley, set an historical precedent when in lakeland Dean Arrlngton was put 'JohnA.Mlddletonpt Morris Brown was speaker on Monday, June 2. Edward Waters school ?t' '
hare em accused the school Tuesday, the Blacks and Whites of the Florida Conference, on the list Thursday born when education for the Black man was at a premium has persevered through the years, r' :! 1
authorities of foisting a con' after 15 years or so of argument and decision making, come Mrs Arrlngton has been convicted produced hundreds of outstanding alumni and, u a smaller !Institution has kept pace with t'' 1" 1-
cept of Communism on them. together in one great communion\ and ruled out color u a for toe slaying of a advancing times Dr. William Stewart is president. The campus was graced also by the !
Mrs Christina Eve, for 11 matter of membership In the church. public defender's secretary in presence of a famous alumus Dr. Lutrelle Long minister of the Union AME Church of New t.

years a teacher la the system Henceforth the theme will belove land, head of the church In Lake County, and has, for many Orleans who delivered the baccalaureate address. The young people shown above and the '1\\, t
has lien assigned to the school weeks, been u escapee from themselves .,.,. .\
t Florida. Bishop Hen1edecr.edthe others have prepared in various areas of education and have studied under "
and. will be toe first Black mmor Thus, the great church of the unity of the church regardless the Florida Correctional Institute outstanding educators Bishop G.N. Collins presiding prelate of this, the eleventh district : tt.
in Lowell.
; woman, to be so honored.airs. Wesleys, which once rejected of race, color or place of presented Dr. Lutrelle Long to the huge campus audience The campus was alive with f
She '
? Eve Is at the moment Richard Allen national was held there awakingelectrocutionJa them being,toe annual ,
u a full-fledged orgliui '. e/invnencemeal! activities among prEsldehl'/xegepUca.Alumnifrom!
hjM.. assistant principal of tte. PineIt .. "m na11.ranrnaserbrrnioleave "*'Df""FdlrOEritd thai favorable.reaction ., / 'tn< .chtlAatfRalford. .throughout..,country were present.y The distinguished Massey Humanitarian Award was

Vlll1'Elemeotar)' School She establishing .the ,great ,has .come? from, the to Mrs. given,to Alexander Reed English major who will, this fan,,begin training tot: toe United
, According the FBI
will certainly: be the first Black AME Church, has taken a great Alabama and the Georgia Conferences. States Diplomatic Corps Photo by Bob Smith Fashion Studios.
Arrington It 35 old S'teet
heading u almost allrwtdteschoc4 years ,
stride toward and has chosen This precedent loses SAM JONES
be the and inches.tall and weighs
the wm certainly
the State of Florida for that out a discussion ranging over
The present principal of move.. 15 years.In between 119 and 126 pounds. Sparkling Star Tender and five members cfthe
Treasure Island, Mrs. Harriet Representatives of more than Georgia the South Georgia The FBI wants Mrs.AfrlnlllJlibecause Hundreds Pack Lee City.Council did at tte

amIOD, has given Mrs. Eve, 312,000 whites and Blacks,from Conference faces the problem she has been convictedof nighttime of toe week of Thanksgiving -

strong support. Mrs Philip 700 churches, merged into one .of Integration They are meetIng murder in the first degree .To Be ReplacedBy 1961 sneak Into the Deer-
Brooks rice president of the Florida conference. There will in the First United Methodist of manslaughter assault and wood Country Club, owned by a

PTA,also supports the more. be no more Black conference. Church in Valdosta On battery, robbery, grand New Auditorium member of Jacksonville's p
The school 7450 East The meeting was held at Florida Wednesday of this week the larceny, issuing worthless Singer During landed gentry tied to what la
Treasure Drive, In 'which Southern University More Pan! more than 800 delegates were checks and escape. (known u toe City Power Struc
middle-class North Bay Village- 1806 delegates t and'officials expected to tackle the problem. Further, the FBI says Mrs. 'NEW YORK:Rumorshevebeen ture" and held a secret meeting
has only two Black students in were present The plan would create two new Arrlngton, while free on appeal flying high and fast recently to discuss and formally act
:Ja student body of 457. Both are Rev. Maurice"Fellon, minister conferences from the present bond for manslaughter conviction pointing to the exodus of the Inspiring ProgramEdward upon the utility rate ordinances
children of the one Black .of the First United Methodist three and Negro churches would was convicted of a brutal exotic, provocative a talented which later were ,oted Into lIw. P,
teacher in the school. Church Ormond Beach be included within the admlnUt murder in which the victim was Diana Ross for many years Jones who lives at 1103 W tthSt
Mrs. Eve Is a graduate of '" riddled with bullets and run more or less a star of toe; and has been active in
stressed the 'ecum101c1t) of alive life oftheIYonewar.u.Inteeratlon Waters College, one of the schools higher education
ShawUnl ersltyandofNewYork the decision. About 100 within the church over by an automobile Supremes, whose musical ex* supported by the African Methodist Episcopal Church, held several reftpportlonment, civil
University Mrs. Ever has expertise ministers were In attendance A may be a matter of a few years. She Is described as cold' plolts have taken them from what was considered by many to be the most insporing of and voting rights Issues alleges
u a reading specialist, blooded and extremely humble homes to the mansions'of I that the councilman's action
Joint worship service included This plan was approved on May its many commencement exercises.The .
a year's experience assistant( members from the Evangelical 22, dangerous.. the rich, to the hals pr violated the "government in the
principal, and many years of United Butbru. a whit. royalty, to the.states of InaaU'.* nationally known school Sherman Lee Randall James.' sunshine'! law, Florida statue
teaching experience, Methodist the Southeastern -' OIC Coifeb Of ,Soithen 'which rolled out toe red carpets.. presented degrees to 129 Reed, and Bruce Woodham 286.61.
Don group hasDIANA Monday June 2, The Department of Social I
The leading opponent Conference white A Florida Black weekly students on Jones stated that he presented
Shattman bondsman,clalmstbe :in Lee Auditorium. Dr William Science: Charles Newton written. protest to Tax
and the Central
board is trying force Integration Black.Two.whlte Area Heirs Noted. ,Leader B. Steward, president pre- Adklns, MabelAger.ReglnaldE. Collector H.S. Albury at the
down their throats Hedoeshatdonbt'quallticatiens. predominantly seated the degrees. Busty Mantle H. Bonner., time he paid his January water
Black famous
and two
Leon Sullivan, nationally and internationally
He Dr. Edward Waters College 11103fear. r
and sewer bill in the amount of
spoke of a "crying need' for ministers Joined bands on the Clergyman and community leader visited Jacksonville during s old. This is the largest $15.80.
stage of the Branscomb auditorium the week of June 5-' when the southern Region Dof"OpportunltJea ,
Black educators in other areas. class in its history according Named u defendants along
and annual Conference -
were Joinedby Industrialization Center help its
Assistant Superintendent Jack to President Stewart. with Tax Collector Albury and
Bishop James Henley Lake- in the "Bold New City"
France said: "This woman is The commencement speaker Mayor Tender are councilmen

highly qualified and' we feel New Stanton Dr. Sullivan became famous "The Philadelphia Plan" ofOIC was Dr. John Mlddleonb( vrttl- I.... Sulzbacher. W.E. Grisset,
she' could do a good Job. Wecant several ago when 400 was initiated with private Ct & dent of Morris Brown College, J.nh F. Lanahan, Homer
run the school system on other black years ministers be of funds but now it gets most of : ,Atlanta He was former pastor, Humphries Walter Williams-
the whims of a very few people Senior EipertDONOVANMcINTOSH Philadelphia initiated a special its operating funds from toe sA of the great Allen Temple AME and J.E. HuoUe,. ,

especially people who don't kind of tohelp the hard federal government. began in. Church of Atlanta.Baccalaureate Other moves designed to knock'
like Blacks? Mrs. Eve spoke program and still services were ,
citizens of the Black community\ out the increased sewer and
'of "toKerthlness in education core minority unemployed racial groups find employment is conducted primarily by black ? held Sunday at 3 p.m. in Lee water charges levied under the

} and/or receive trainIng -. citizens,. though it is open to R Bprinted Auditorium and were followed Consolidated Government Include -
that would leaH to full time all races. by the president's reception petitions to recall Mayor

[trader 'Quits.' ana The i worthwhile em ploy m e a t.: are Just that about toe to splitSupremes candidates Dr. ,tutrelle for graduation G. Long, Sr.. bacher Tanzler and., Councilman Grlssett and Sins the'
Itself named
program was
However word has it, llu'ryGord pastor of the Union BethelAMKChurch Consolidated Government '"
Opportunities Industrialization ,, of Motown, through of New Orleans
Center OIC are being re
AfterSuhhiilWMow. ( )
Premises the
whose organization baccalaureate sermon. He,
P called under
a provision of t toe
The focal point of OK Is
motivating -
P Supremes have catapulted tofame ..intoduced by the RlghtRev.. Consolidated Charter which

: his the skills trainee or employment to help upgrade s has expressly "said,"'lbe, George N. Collins, presiding provides for"' the recall of any:
Supremes will go on of the eleventh district '
prelate official
by a petltton
status by his own pride and for the Catherine T, Branch Delores I1ped
No date has been set of the AXE Church inclusiveof ,
An widow 61 by at leas 10 percent of the
aged old
years effort The effectiveness and
finale. Gordy mentioned the. Bahamas. Byrd, Dawson Joyce'Marie
Florida and the
entire vote for all ,:
was treated for slab wounds ndMatei '
success of the OK
approach continuance of the dngerswhllewith in New Dempsey, Nora L. ,
received in her home Dr. Long was a pastor for the office,
Monday have bee recognized at home them at the Waldorf and other areas for 'Everett Earl Fourney, Harold
1DR England When the ordinance .
whea she '
hearing a noise ta and abroad. was Intro
Astoria, where there were per-. He was graduatedfrom Ford, Kenneth E.Francis,
many years diced m
her apartment startled a youngman toe council .....raICOllCI1'IIII4
forming. Edward Waters and received 'Adraln Z. Gilmore Fannie E.
(twenties; described'who U In hli, Donovan Mchtosh, above Is a Noted Speakers Gordy said, "Diana enjoys advanced degrees from Green Gwendolyn Y, Grltfla, before body eltlaena and appeared
Jumped a pleaded with
graduate of the Electronics singing with the other girls. Wllberforce Boston Universityand Morris J, Halyard, Barbara the
elsoet.Mrs.and.ClIo stabbed Green her.,' 1210 Vest Technology program of the New Address Grids ;' SULLIVAN She has been under pressure the University of Chicago hamilton, Marvin C. Harris; high ntlllttyy to rates enact that laws would for
Stanton Senior High School to ''make single appearances. Jr., James Howard Hlghtower,
JOtt to that Dt Sullivan and other OICofficials Candidates tot graduation, IJl'der Ja work 'bardahlpa
reported police the oa the
James R. Steeley Is his Instructor She wants to develop her many Marie Oliver Hlghtower, and ,
discovered that of toe department In which <
youth Jumped from a closet and Aiditorkpw soon
Charles D. Brooks is At but Charles If. edsndage4WttDxed
beat her.Before." tt'lsn't enough Just to teach a talents In other areas she they studied are listed belowi Hodge Incomes. .
principal. Mclntosh was also has not decided when see will And: Samuel L. Howard, Joan1bomueDl '
: making hasty retreat,,, In- State Kepresentatlrk+ Joe LangKershaw man bow to run a machine;or The Department of Humanities Under pressure Iron the
Hampton James D.JOhn.oDl .
leave. Jackson
the Intruder pushed her into tiebstbroom will speak at th* a woman how to type and do : Anita Allenlne Cur/ Mayor, and the'City Power
stitute's and the International He denied that Patsie Cheryl C. lamas
eel rumors Gloria H. Crawford Charles ,
said Mrs. Green. Gilbert High commencement clerical work. Structure several members. of
Business Machlne'swork-study LaBelle lead voice of the Blue Mclaughlin Irene
However June 7 at 10 am. la Civic Dixon, Robert Lee Ford, Leroy toe
; apparently did not The noted clergyman,YU born council<< wilted sad voted the
Be is
presently Awhile Miles
programs. employed Belles In. Gwendolyn James
might come ,
have time to do looting; Auditorium. Councilman Earl of In West '' Henry Graham, Belly Ann increases whirl
any poor parents an regarded
IB, test Rita'Wright
by M. u a daily columnist has it that Nesmlth Mattle Louise ,
taken Johnson win speak at me Butter Thomas Jones, Jacqueline by'
Nothing was Mrs Green Virginia He earned his way Way's "exhorWtaat! and
engineer.: His prime responsibility will take the stay'splace Thomas Nun WilhelmeaJa
to Patrolman exercise at I .'June,"ID ; Lewis Vertrese Louise isn't.
reported F.L. Includes of p.m through college and studied for unwarranted.lB .;P'i'kr'4 i.
supervision that
Another Is Theresa
: rumor Joaaaoa
auditorium.Wendell Alexander Reed Jean
Shiver the Mot rll. ,
According to the widow the computer equipment shown Holmes, prealdent'aItII. toemlalstryatUalonTheologtcal "somebody1' is being groomed, Sampson Joan Sampson,' prlnclel Ronald Herbert, '
she ,above circuits Seminar In 1950 be, .' Stafford &w jt '- ::
including: Integrated the not known William
name yet Franklin
was preparing to go to work. Cttliens for Better! Education : rat to Philadelphia as pastor or Frderick Underwood, Miriam
She. was is the hitches when CCID curat1 II. ,Be U t win speak at 4 p." June the Ilea Baptist Chinch Since The' tnpremes, certainly as La Verne.White and.Merman.T. Stephen, Aue tie Ta,..,: 'r': : : : Maw 1!
(ho .would-be-robber entered.' former, explorer Ia the Boy I;to the Auditorial the Mew then, StI..mbtralllphull'OWI :widely heralded u toe Beatles, Williams. Samuel. Washington, Jolla F. ,...:A.wkM lCANOE \

.Mrs". Green was treated forwounds Scouts of America i .There he Slants Senior High exerciser, from 600 to 5,000-provkUng ..have made smash records and The Department of Science and White, tavern' C;.Williams. ,' ,(' '; ; ... .
of the neck, back began to develop leadership Dr."Andrew. Puryear. presl-, :opet:lonU base for his drive are aid to- have a teal with Mathematics:Willie Lee Catoe, Tillman C.; Williams.-.. -T.4' .. I
shoulders and the head.Oa qualities. Be is residingatthe 'dent of Florida' Memorial oa give Job training, and Jobs, '.'the boom of Motown tt Is said ,Harold Chllds, Carl Frederick, Evelyn D, Wript.'r >:: ? ,I
Monday light Mrs. Greet WsppingersFaUaNewYorktaboratoriesdlheMarsstiae I' College will speak at Ike RaJnet'' to '"bard core" poor under. ,., that Diana may go In with Gordy 'Earl T, Jackson,James Edward The Department of Teacher: y ;.
was said to be recuperating! sad commencement June 1 at TMp employed Americans who seed .M soon u his television and LanIer, John Henry Patterson, Education Gerald'Armstrong,1N r.:
Beslaess Machines mc. IBM "
was ta fair condition. Photo ,-- ... to the ,Civic Auditorial. .help:la helping themselres. tertalnm.nt area open. Bcttye Jean Daniels Ptttman., COinllflJ' pAG61o 4 'Seiiilr. 1"0"9 "

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PuIUiIiedby the Florida Star Publishing Company: WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR-


.Tae California Grape. Strike

; The lush valleys of southern California look like the promised
hide poverty and human misery u disgraceful
NEGRO PREMMERNATJOISALEIIC ass anyy bitInthey country. For the past four years the region

i has been the center of what may be the most( important labor

S at dispute since the 1930'sTbeirapeplckers
r of them Mexican-Americana
X most ,
i. siNtsiiL.iiARA.ix. nun Flllplno-Anierlcans, and other minorities including Negroes

AMY WHITE BROTHERS are striking for decent wages and worUnf conditions{ ;lid tor
HIM ffUTEN..CItCILATIIN HM8EItfAILIXI YOUDONYHAYETO recognition of their union ,
I recently visited their leader, Cesar Oaves, in Delano. Be
AIIIESS FEAR AS BLACKS ONCE described tome the conditions his

F '' DID WHEN YOU DRIVE union is trying to change.
Pickers work in vineyards that
2323 HIXCIIEF MAIr,0. +- THROUGH FAYETTE get u hot u US degrees, with

I BECAUSE THER&A poor health and sanitary conditions

MX ,. 591 JACKSIKTIUE, FLIIIH 3221f'I"E' their children die at a
ter. BLACK MAYOR THERE, rate double the national average;

3541712 EVERS SAID.'WE'RE they are twice u likely as other .
J Americans to get flu or TB;their I
L' j NOT GOINGTODOTOWUWATYDU average life-span is only 4*

MIAMI OFFICE 5111 NJ. '* AH, i// years, compared to the ."rapAmericlD"

i DID TO US. BUT WERE 70 years4heyaren't 1
PIBNE 751-3173 y Ay I c., covered by unemployment Insurance
GOING TOMAKE DANK or minimum wages, and
SUBSCRIPTION RATE. SURE YOURENOT they aren't even allowed to have

'On* Yew, $12.00 Half Year $7.OQ; .Tjlalled To. You GOING TO DO IT TO .other.a union American to bargain workers for them have u _

Anywhere In The UntteQ slates" ,' US AGAIN' Before the strike, wages were only about $1 per hour foru I
labor. When the union signed a contract
Subscription Payable In Advance backbreaklng stoop with'
fi CHARLES EVE&S 'wins grape growers, it called for t $2 per hour wage. In orderto
R.nd Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-W.: BOX 59JACKSOjiILLFLORIDA MAYOR OF FAYETTEMt$3. fight the union, other growers raised wages a bit, but men,.

32201 L 1 women, and children work in the fields atbelow-poverty wages, '
; Children who should be in school or at play put in long days.
in the hot sun working at tasks that would exhaust adults

When a leading table-grape farm was struck, a sorted to

A College Slides ship its grapes In boxes bearing the labels of other growers,
Speaks .. .- SiSMGlG. ... r .. -- %tIJJNJJf0tiI California

Abort Debatable Tbfags, 1 haven't grapes bought California grapes since the boycott started,
and millions of other Americans have refused to buy them too.

.. '_IIYDOiU>s iRO' f,!!1I.' YOUR WEEKLY Many concerned people are putting pressure on their local
"It teems to me: ._ supermarkets to bar these grapes until the union is re

That, Intergroup hatred Is characteristically fomented by f cognised .

deviousness, while brotherly lore is effectively promoted by F But Chaves and his union soil face an uplift fight. I.was ion-'

using an unassuming but realistic itrategy. !3rit, ; pressed by their spirit and their faith in the face of the odds
To stir up discord among Individuals* race, "t Tattoos one against them Chavez himself Is a saintly man, dedicated to
need only pretend to do the O )081te. One can stress grievances HOROSCOPE GUIDE that Cbandl and Martin
'l the spirit of non-violence inspired
In inch a way that the real effect Is sot the righting of {t : ; I, Lather King, Jr. .
la tact In
wonga but the Indoctrination of hatred a society A prime problem facing the strikers is the importation of
which little else exists besides and
culturally protest grievance
workers from Mexico. Recruiters bring la busloads of poor
is ripe for capitulation to the forces bigotry and oppression.On : I people from across the border, without telling them they an
the other hand, brotherly love is best promoted, not by l BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER lobe strikebreakers. Armed with permits
preaching about It or setting up a committee to study It; bat- .
more than 100,000()()( of theltIOll.r..IdeDt migrant workers
references to one's grog .
by simply avoiding derogatory own
are employed on the farms of the Southwest, frustrating
and to other groups, U well u by respecting an people'shumanity .1
to unionize fear-ridden farm workers
attempts impoverished
U children of God One need not put on a gushy display .WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS ,
Importing strikebreakers is illegal, so the government must
of "Ion''I'b1cb often covers a multitude of sins. To .
end this sanction of scab labor.
reduce the amount of hatred society all that Is required Is
The key Issue In the strike Is union recognition It's hard
for each to diminish his personal contribution to that hatred. : FOR :' '
to believe that in this day and age people can still question
That: Integrity Is a higher standard than "love, "
\ r. : a worker's right to be represented by aimlon, but farm workers
Our society makes "love' an object of Idolatrous devotion. 1
and other types of labor are still denied this basic
On a religious and moral level, we consider "love to be the .
right '1'011 lDdllStrlallDd craft worker. tbU
by more a generation
quality that ought to characterize our relations with our BUSINESS-LOVE-TRAVEL
fellow man But, In the name of love, millions of people for ago.
Farm workers in California, hospital workers in Charleston,
centuries have been mercilessly persecuted tortured and ll
111111'l'l'i. I.i"I'I"'lll'l'liil'l. 'l'lllIl :8.C., aDd rOld workers in West Virginia.-most of them members
.slaughtered. ,
"sf '
of minority denied the baste constitutional .
*And'"on'"a 'romantic level, "love1 is reverently celebrated groups -are rights

by1tr: devotees;wen though It It,by popular definition blind, _.. .;. ::1illES other workers take for panted ..
i .CAHCEI: I*' 'Til But! beyond the needs of Justice and lair play, perhaps the.,
is !
Being In love equated with losing one's mind over someone, I ? flmemIII 'most'
significant aspect of these strikes the
.falling Into hell as a result of one's base passions and trying TIRE Js opportunity
sits I they provide for the labor movement to
M regain its crusading
to ""rise above" one's mundane existence. ,"Love," as we -l lf.i.ilCl' IEC.
know It in Western civilization is Inherently Irrational and JILT 221''lOQ'f role. The AFL-CK and other unions have supported Cesar
self-destructive Accordingly, romantic love Is no sound basic .E1ti ... ArI't1SJ'' 2211 A 23r.JEPJ.. ,22i.Life's ,22ii ,-III. mi, 'Chive, and/they have backed other organizing efforts, too.
Labor, bf organizing the and the friendless
for real u .. poor can help
any relationship between sexes.What Thrift with the withdraw there is a oa- leng u are i
pays Don't '
presencedomiaatbog believe
then, is? Integrity offers an answer. A person who of Saturn the solar 'Ivelopment that could lead toa> here today, MOat of us are set ...heart 11 wuvu roe i and poverty by protecting low-wage workers, and it can give
your on something; the lie to those who
,respects himself and what he wants out of life cannot Zn,d house, Arlans in drovesare ''''tlDIIID1011 of two old friends'provided reasonably sure that we'll be or someone and tt appears absolutely .prejudice of some uniamu.can so .happily proclaim the selfishness and
win the respect and admiration of someone else with like apt to become far more of course, that the here tomorrow. While some be- certain that there i :
characteristics conservative In their particular circumstances so Here that we should provide only
spend be no mistake, allow nothing to ,
And on a moral level, t person with integrity is mankind's ing habits They'll no ttonbt :permit (9th.nth). Cancerian: for the day and way the more shake your ta1th. This is no
salvation For be wants neither to Impose his demands on expect the same of their mates, preference could lie elsewhere, farsighted are sold on the advisability toss than you would expect of! IRS His The Kliit MM.
the world nor to let it rule him. Rather than putting on aphony and may find cause to criticize bIlL Jbat could be a dead-end of giving some thought others under similar circumstances

front of"loving' everyone, he asks only to be respectedfor when the latter do not respond stMfet (12th). To each is givens the the possible exigencies of (9th-llth). Optimism Is i Income taxes levied upon individuals, especially people In theit
the person he is And he accords others the same right. with the expected degree of the privilege and responsibility! future. Many Vlrgoans undoubtedly on the rise once more and t middle-Income bracket, have reached new high level
That: Neither the "eye .for ao eye" philosophy nor the enthusiasm, There, may be a of mating final decisions and* subscribe to this follows that hopes are not going warianttng second loot at many of our so-called charitable
"turn the other cheek" idea will do growing inclination to salvage this is the only factor that will theory and It is not so difficult to lag far behind The poaslbUty P, organizations as the ""exemption "

Both extreme approaches are at one in being equally unrealistic objects and anything else that count In the final stages Those for them to put it in practice R- is that someone or a group may The first thing flat the Commissioner of Internal Revenuer
and unworkable. And one extreme but nourishes UK appear*,to have a few more who decide to worry a problem -;t ((9th-12th). Saturn, the planet of be trying to put something Randolph! W. Thrower Is going to do is"tow out tax-exemption

other. Besides, "An eye for an eye" is typically misinterpreted months', or years', wear In to death, without taking experience and caution sanc through any means in their for "ideoliglcal orp 1lat10111' and stick to strict construction
U counseling vengeance, whereas the Biblical expression them (llth). The Idea of invest any positive action,toward its this line of thinking power. of existening requirements for tax-exemption. And we
is actually a Judicial principle of equivalent monetary log more in security arrange- solution, are going up the road solar through its placement' In the add that a second lock might be taken at some of so-called may
compensation for an Injury t meets Is not a bad one if it to eventual frustration. # 9th house charitable organizations

We need neither to be more vengeful nor more self-effacing, is not carried to the point of x70-9912-Z9_ =385: Columnist Alice Widener says the Commissioner has hit a
for the extremism of trying to be "saints" in human relations complete deprivation the t ": home run by tossing the
pre *. w SS -14 78 .. Ann 30.68l378, ,6JBJ powerful National Education Associa
will only produce the kindred extremism of hooliganism and sent., tion and American United for Separation of Church and State. '

totalitarianism is no virtue. ;AjA, Respite what we hare been. told, vengeance' :S-40-85.16.48-J67( the i later organization a group wanting to take Santa Clans out

A better idea is to the"middle course" of loving' LIMA of Christmas by banning lake .on. grounds, e.
having 1UHFmi ,scum AUAIIIS Maybe Jt '1'111 be a good thing to a good look at the opera
regard both for ourselves and for others, whatever
Our goal should be to become whole men and women by making group mil Mil' SEPT. ill ICT. Mil JAR. them thing of for the some famous of SDS our an social college campuses tt might be a good

'Worthwhile use of all facets (both ,"higher' and "lower") 23rl 'I organizations, fraternities and
CT. 23rd 24ti III. 2211 .214L. sororities to help the
personalities _. -_Fl1. Uii poor individual bring in revenue for the
!Lot our ,rather than continuing to pit our aggressive 'ilM MAT 2lttirji Mate it xoderetheories government.
'.energies against our alleged need to be selfless Father bowl best Sit Build from strength. Owning We
.bearable_ many Taureans urn often and concepts seem all commend the Commissioner for Us sincerity of
That The "establishment",should neither be venerated nor 1s represented U th.aD-mow. one's property is one way of to to purpose
TllUfiediOf may now be shouldering greater beat on destroying alliances IIH seeking apply the ta formula cording to a strict
respoaslhllltes. Aslongas log father, symbolic of the stead of tightening them The Insuring security for come what (construction of our tax laws,as well as the existing Constitution
late, the "establishment" bu.'come to be an emotionally ,i this fits in with their long- wisdom that comes with age, wiser Scorpio who, in many may. But the advantages ofhavmgUquid
laden term that refers either- to all that Is meritorious or !range plans of getting somewhere experience and a disciplined existence. instances, is In closer touch assists In the form
to all that is reprehensible in society,In accordance with one's : they will do so cheerlully -' The youth of today Is with the mystic forces nature 'of savings and negotiable Investments Wherefore" Sex 141(111111
orientation. and acquit themselves so relUeslID4d11cOllt.ntedbe.. looks whould not be overlooked ,
Justly these trends
upon the
The "establishment" thus seen to be the moral and political "'' obly, For a few, it may be cause this image which they with apprehension Be or she This would be like having advocates Daring put ? maths, threhave been thousands of
authority that some would have us blindly adore and others the means of concluding noteworthy :Jcould respect and loot up to., will set about bolstering one's eggs In several: j 1CbooIt. of the Inclusion of sex education inta the public ,
would have us blindly resist.' marriage with someone ,ls becoming more and more marriage or other key ties in baskets and should keep one There II same merit this find of education U
But both attitudes toward the "establishment" '(whatever it of means tth-Uth). Should such blurred by the misconceptions stead. This would be In keeping from being In want In the face: suitable taught by for'I'en-tra1Ded tauhers sad 111 the right manner

is) are wrong. a union also be basedon genuine .of the modern age. Those who with the ""ftD1ylDUlaJl that inexpected emergencies The However children according to their age:.
We ought to respect and support those political, religious,' affection, U should be entered still have a liking for the old Is being transmitted Just now whole question of stability and has raised f the Issue of au education the stab of 1I1cb\p11\
and community leaders who promote human betterment-and Into without hesitation seeing 'traditions and values will be flub, 12th). And, to go a step security for family and sett The a Nror.At least Jt baa flamed into DOt1c.
to reject those who don't. last tt will be doubly blessed. the only ones who 'I'1111taDd further, necessary revisions to should be looked Into, and that charge: A state omc1l1111 IIJcb1po recently reported

Rather than getting bang up over authority figures or stero- But if only material considerations out U rocks of Gibraltar wnei place the Joint economy on a effective measures Instituted Claus 1IJcb1pa' school children who still believe in Santa
c typing people according to now they stand with the "establish. count, It must be anticipated periods of stress and unrest sounder baste will be discussed, to provide a cushion for -the and aDd the luter bony are btJDC Isubjected/ to"cbeck1q

meat," we should learn to be selective in our Judgements' :But.dIr of reckoning will. really begin to make them-;! approved and finally set In motion future (9th-lzth). would: eDDallag"consider au education! materlqi which many adllltl
about our fellow man. Holding power in itself, is neither a baw to be faced. perhaps sometime injury. "' pornographic
. crime nor a vlrture; it's how an office holder uses his power f.- 0'- l s-0 n -Q_111 7-70-19-S3-68-.n James *' 0'1fe11 of UTOBlt' treasurer of the state board of
teat counts 11J963.> 677 4". 10. ..i.l3-$7-544 edIattoa, aDd Ford IIotor Compuy 'ltCutiTt called for
tntamedlate halt in use of materials ; .
IEJllr elementary classrooms
This Weekli Nero: ,History puN. "UES aDd their sternly dlatr1bat1011.scolded ""*"'. school cll1tt for sothorlsing .

x; June I, 1950..Bishop A.P. Shaw established precedent by (i21st Illlr21st': Ul ; Nil FEI. Be said Dr. Ira Polley, state Iuper1Dteodeot of public 111ItncUoa -
being the first to [ sA111TAIIIt'r lII11attra1ly aDd arbltrar1l1'
Negro prelate preside over California- :: : 1M aut aDd without legal
Anions : .'I. 2M ounlh', approved the lit of
conference of the Methodist church. 1/01-11L1: boob and pictures JD the
June 9, Mil.-The Carnegie corporation, which became the Do you realize? Gemlnlans !t21rd. HIM I It. Don't doubt facts, schools :, grade ICbooII .JIIIatD1nc IDd mutratlDr 11111I1'IlDtercoarll
r bull for the philanthropic fund that built many Negro libraries,' seldom are accused of being 'jll. 12.-, provide: us with education .!( amOlllWraala aDd human belDp I
'received charter to do business in the state of New York. found wanting intellectually.That late charge. Those who are illL! .JU..l1., ': Iralal.,. Life offers us exiES aDd- i. !! agree with the state treasurer r1 the Mlchigen board of

June 10, IMS-.-Dr. Horace Mann Bond was elected by the. Is one reason why they, being chosen to direct an enterprise 'Make it stick whatever Is worn ? and wisdom wuhoqt'jWhkhtheflrsttwocaabesorely j-' that abjection Iboa1d be raised to using barnyard ,
trustees as the.first Negro president of Lincoln University are so In demand In social tarp or small, local .doing Is worth doing to the best I I i C.rtalnly u comparison to 1l11DU'IUDl1ty aDd 10.... :
In circles where their sparkling or national, or whatever comes many parents will
Pennsylvania.June of one's ability. White some featfcapped .',. obJect to sa education belq'
seem to
11, 1920---Haxel Scott, well-known Jau pianist and ex- wit is one of the greatest assists under their particular! domain ,, may consider antediluvian ,be especially loPlsceeaj Ia thte prematurely prtltDted to young cb11dr.. -
wife of New York Congressman Adam Clayton Powell(p.-N.Y.), any host or hostess co hope can do no less than to accept. u a principle, it can still respect since Saturn in their :see:= scboa fr oar optnlot, should be ucJaded from the
was bora in Port-of-Speln, Trinidad for (9th). Nevertheless, there ft should mean added prestige, work wonders for those who solar Srd ....1Iaoa1d1tabUbe i : rlglut&foihar 1IDLlDd that
June U, IMI...The American Nurses association breaks are moments like the present, greater remuneration, or the in their dally lives. their me parents 111 Ibe sbonWkeep: offvlDr .u
custom by electing- a Negro nark to its national board of.directors. when they may be depressed advancement of an ambition that Ndtonly will tt gate recognition wto isdomreetratttiec +drauon to very rOllllC cbUdr.
somehow not in the mood waarpr
have been
or may keeping themstriving
ham higher up, and place one cope with what may be
,June II, IMS-.Kaceo, noted black Cuban revolutionist, was to lire up to their reputations. valiantly In the past far at the bead of the list of explosive domestic and put'
lion in There may be a need for a Jth-Kth). This also could
Santiago, Cats. I provide potential leaden, tat It ,nershto developments Tneper- ,
'June U, 1M7_Thurgood Marshall becomes first Black assto change of scenery, a .new... slant U opening to create thetad furnishes t sense of pers aI'aatIdICt1Ia captive ones who sense thte SUPPORT YOUR
from of borne
m life or letting surroundings coneMerd CANCER
that Is coming be
sites the OJ. Supreme Court beaclL., even more enabled to take .
the and aomesUemlllleuta Ideal
family for
June H, 1111-Barriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's family life fulfilling than the rest put to- :protective measures ahead of ..i *
Cabin, a boot that spurred the abolitionist movement, was re aJ-fearchIng01o-Udi order to do a private). alone with the pursttt.hobbles. t gather (.-utIa)., V'tiae. ea lilt,utp,11M..
lion Ia mUtchfleld: Conn. .
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I West/ Friendship Baptist iEnds On Glorious Note : $6,000 Raised I


Mrs. Flagler And Mrs. Jeikiis

Jack Aid Jill CiresA

r- And Districts I Make Grant Total

Annual Trl-Day was celebrated at Vest Friendship Baptist
Church Sunday, May 23.

c Appearing the morning worship two women for their fine effort
I wen llri. Marian Wilson, towards making this day another.
acting pastor for the day, Mri.
i Vera Young, Mrs. Hortense
wt______ Neal, MM. Rosaline Williams\ ,
guest soloist,: Mrs Jacquelyn "
bt Davis, and the speaker for the:
occasion Mrs .Mildred,
Along with this celebration
there was a coatelt'' between
Miss Queen E. Jenkins and Mrs.
Mae Dean Flagler. These two
were Introduced to the audience
during the morning ol wor-.
Speaker for the ,Youth Hour
wu Miss Brenda Badger of
Emanuel Baptist Church who
f. '
brought'aninspirational ,
message to the .youth of the
church and community MILDRED BRADfiAM ,

The speaker for the evening success in the history of our' ,
hour of worship was the Rev church Mrs.
Flagler had working
Rudolph McKlsslck. of the with her districts 1,3,5,7 8. 1
Bethel Institutional
Baptist and Miss Jenkins,districts 2,4,
Church. I T. 1
At the close of the service e
;'...;;'/MIJ ..,IFI'" ....."A- ........ .. and after all reports were In,
part of tie program of the national Jack and Jill Teenagers, young cores, preparing to unload beautiful "mod" flowers for, Teenage representatives Delrdre Sberard, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Mae Dean Flagler, with' COLLEGE PARKThe
affiliates of the Jack and lull, Inc., is a project which enables women patients the Eartha ......White Nursing Home. These and Mrs. Frederick L. Sharard, and Susan M. Spaulding;' a total report of $3,020,01. was
I them to show that they care for the Indigent in a very dynamicway. flowers, of colorful tissues, were made during the Arts and A daughter of Mrs. John D. Spanldlng, and of the late Dr Nelson elected the new Queen of West College Park Kinder-
The abo e pictures show their interest in those whose Crafts Workshop conducted by Mrs. Spaulding. and were W.V. Spaulding, is on the far right. In the other picture Mrs, Friendship Baptist Church.The garten will)ne Its closing
lives might be dull were It not for their visits, their smiles. The* distributed to more than 65 persons. Miss Earths M.M. White, Spaulding and the two young ladles present a flower to Mrs. runner up was Miss Queen E. Tuesday, June 10, at Walker's
picture on the left shows Mrs Joan D. Spaulding, with two founder and director of the nur41Drhome.helps in the unloading Grace Nairn Harris. Photos by Bob Smith Fashion Studios. Jenkins with a total report at Business College.
$3,000.38. The exercises: : win oe excitingand

East NEWS DEADLINE At the close of the programthe thrilling and hold many un-
Florida And Bethany Baptist Engaged Rev Mr.Richard WUsoa,r usual features displayed by the J
,I All news should be in the Florida Sr. pastor mad closing remarks -' youngsters Mrs Annie E. I
I SS And BYPU Conventions CHURCH NEWSTABEIINACLE I I Star Office by Tuesday at 1 p.m. and congratulated the Everett is supervisor.


The District Sunday School and Committee.! Sunday School begins at 9:30. Mrs. Bessie Solomon, superintendent -
BYPU Convention auxiliaries The evening services will be will be in charge. Miss E. Wilson will review the I
to the East Florida and Bethany highlighted by the sing of choirs lesson. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. with Rev. W.I.
Baptist Church on New Kings from Mt. Ararat and from St. Young delivering the message. All youth choirs and Usher f
Road Highway, North Jacksonville Thomas Missionary Baptist Board No. 2 will serve. All districts will meet In the church
from June U to June 15. Churches. auditorium Sunday afternoon at 3:30. All youth choirs rehearse
Rev Remus Smith Is the host Rev D.J. Graham Is slated to Wednesday at 5 p.m. The teachers meeting will be at 8:45.
pastor. preach. Rev W.C.Neal is alter Prayer meeting will be at 7:30. The educational classes are
The theme for this year's nate. Rev.G.A. Price chairman being held at the church every meeting will be at 7:30. The a
meeting Is "The Voice of the of the District Education Board, being held at the church every Tuesday and Thursday at :J JMARY
Christian Church," The motto will conduct the educational 730; nm., Urs. J.?Wynn and Mrs. H. Solomon! are Instructors. yL'
is "All Out For Christian Education. offering. Rev R.L. Wright off COMMUNITY
." the Mt. "or lab Missionary PEACE BAPTIST
The convention will get underway Baptist Church of Palatka will Services at Peace Community Church will begin with the L. TINDAL 1
with a welcome presenta- preach for the Saturday morning ,Sunday School at 9:30 with Mrs. D.S. Barnes, superintendent,' !
tion'by the host church worship-period. Rev. David In charge. All workers are asked to be present and on time. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander
Wednesday evening at ( p m. Johnson of Bethel Missionary The morning worship begins at 11 a.m Devotions wm be announce the engagement and
Mrs. Renelda Jenkins will give Baptist Southslde, will be led by the Junior deacons George Clark and Alto Ferrel. approaching>> wedding of their
the response to the program alternate Rev Barnes wyi preach at U a.m. Reports on the Women', daughter, Mary Lela Tlndal to
Sunday School Day will be The vice moderators will be Day will be made to Mrs. Carrie Armstrong. The Baby Contest Melvin Coven, son of Mrs Lula
observed Thursday beginning in charge of the Memorial Is in' full swing and will terminate on June 22. Mrs. M. Bryant, on June 281969, at
at 9:30. Rev. Levi Green,pastor service Moderator Hartley will Viola Tate and Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant, parents of the babies, 5 p m. The nupltals will fake
of Central Baptist Church, will j 'preside.Rev.: Hartley will also ask all those who will to help the babies. The evening service place at the St.Matthews Baptist .
.dlscUS$ tie,iheme"Jev';George': 'd el fv e,rtte'..'tlOo l Sunday begins at q;$ 'p,m 4'' yCOLOSSIANSfSJtPTET Church; .ttta' and Moncrlef '\
Curry friendship Missionary morning atU; a.m. Rev, A.J. Road. Rev George Price,
Baptist of Atlantic Beach will' Hughes wUl'speak for the CHURCH *8J pastor,will officiate. The reception -
deliver the sermon Rev mission and closing hour Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and teachers will follow immediatelyat
H.H. Wright will be the alternate services. Mrs. Alberta J. in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent.The the home of the bride-to-be
Rev. B.H. Hartley will give the Williams is Publicity Secretary morning worship begins at U a m The evening worship parents, 5543, Verbena Street.

Moderator's expressions and begins at 6 p.m: Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, will deliver both, Jacksonville
present W.C. Patterson and Rosetta CohenCelebrates sermons. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Board No. will
Alexander Beard, two presi- serve throughout the day. The White Gospel Singers will givean Second Baptist
dents respectively, who will Birth after-service program at 8 p.m. The program Is sponsored
alternate in presiding during by Deacon W. Marcus for the Dual Day program Prayer Children's And .,
With Special Events meeting is Tuesday at 7 p.m. The church Is located at 1154
West 315t.EMANUEL.
f Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, widely District Days

known gospel singers,will cele- BAPTIST Second Missionary Baptist
brate her blrthdaywithan' On Tuesday the teachers and the prayer meeting will be held
Church 954 Kings Road will
rb a, appreciation program Sunday, at the usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge. On observe Dlstrlck DalandChlldteD'
June 8, at 5:30. at the Housed Wednesday the Senior Choirs No. 2 and No. 1 will rehears 1
Day Sunday, June 8.
God, 1726 West 28th. jointly at 8 p m. On Thursday, at noon, prayer services are Business meetings will be
Appearing in appreciation>> of held at the church. The monthly conference will be at the held. <<
In the various homes at 4 ,
the singer will be: Choir No. 1 usual hour On Saturday the Male Chorus will rehearse at 7:39 'The church wlllobservechildren's p.m.
A of First Born Temple; Mrs p.m. On Sunday the Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Day.Activities 1f
Alice Boston and the Boston Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson
for the day wW begin
Ettes,.Robert Williams Choir wqi, be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration takes place at with the Sunday School at 9:30.: f
No. 1 of the House of God; 10:50 a.m. The morning worship begins at U a.m. with the Rev James Carl Sams
Deacon and Missionary deacons In charge. The hand of fellowship will be given to all will review the lesson Con-
Nathaniel Parkins; Deacon and'I members in the morning worship. Holy Communion is ad- \ t
secretion rites for the deacons
'Mrs Spence; Heavenly Angel' ministered at 2:30 with the deacons incharge. The pastor, Rev. deaconesses ushers andthe
Singers; Brother Mcmtire. S.L. Badger, will deliver the message. Senior Choir No. 2 ,
choirs will be held at 10:45.The
Mrs., Willie Bell Allen Issponsor. and Senior Choir No. 3 and Ushers No. I and No. 2 will serve
youth and the children of thechurch
Mrs Th.lmastarl1Dr Mrs. Marion Carter and C.B. Fisher will be in charge of '
will to im
move more -
will be mistress ceremonies, music. The church located at 2221 Forest. Rev. S.L. Badger
portent parts during the day.:
REV. 0. A. PRICE: Elder J.M. Tarver Is pastor.. Is pastor,
Another program will be The morning worshipwfli
the dally business periods. sponsored by Mrs. MargaretW. SWEETF1ELD BAPTIST begin at 11 a.m. The pastor will
Rev G.A. Price of St. Matthew Smith on June 11 at 8:30 Services were inspiring Sunday. Sunday School began at 9:39>> deliver the sermon.The Baptist
Missionary Baptist will speak at the First Born Temple 825 with assistant Brother W.O. Sinclair In charge. Rev W.D; Training Union will begin at
on the topic "The Church In West Monroe. Appearing on the Murray reviewed the lesson. Rev; D. Easton brought the mornIng 5:45: the evening worship at
its Teaching Program. program will be Choir No. 2 message. Rev. X. Murphy and Deacon E. Holmes baptized 7 p.m.
The Youth Devotion Period. of the Temple. Others appear sex candidates, :taken In during the revival meeting. Rev. S.. Weekly services Include the
will be at 2 p.m. each day fog will be the Harris Twins, Anderson preached.. Mrs. Madeline Judge the Prayer of Faith Hour Tuesdayat
The Orthodoxy Hour will be 1 I '' ask sheets 3 p.m. The Sunday School'
Brother Mctotlre, Robert Women's Day; all captains to turn in their sponsor
held at 2:45 p.m Rev E.R. Williams, Mrs McGrlffen, .Sunday. Rev, Murray spoke Sunday night. All sick and shut- I officers and teachers council Is'
Simpson will "speak on "The Mrs. Williams. the Southslde.The ins were served communion, Monday night by Rev. E. Murphyand Friday at 7 p.m.
,Superintendent Rev G.T.. public invited. Missionary Deacon Anderson. Rev. J.A. Oliver of Palatka will preach Workers and others Interested
McCall will speak.on "The Alice Taylor will be mistress all day Sunday Deacon Sam Williams If .chairman. Deacon are welcome to share the Bible
Rev. G. Donnell will Hour and
Teacher. 'Study on Tuesday
of ceremonies. Elder
3,.W. reporter. "
speak on"The Students. MOM Hill! is pastor. y.S'I Friday.

Various will speak.state and Among districtleaders them .: Stiinen AME ScheMes Second Bethel ,

will. be Rev. James Carl Sams,' :n Mt. Moriah '

pastor of of the Second Progressive Baptist Baptist president Annul Children's Day 'Activities Holds Services #1.' \ \\t

State Convention, and national Children's'Day 'will be observed man. He ls pastor of the Church Second Bethel Baptist Church, AME1 AnnoincesHone
president d the National Baptist Sunday in St. Stephen of the Master.On Rev. William H. Llptrot pastor, i t
Convention cf America. AME Church.' Monday night the trustees will be the scene Sunday morning j
G.W. Scott, president of the Mrs. Mary Blake will super' will meet at 7, am. James of a consecration service for Committf I II
Progressive Baptist State vise. Others participating will Genwrlght II' vice president.On Mrs. ".L. Moss, who will be "
Sunday School Convention, will be Mrs. Altamease Mclntosh, Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. the honored for more than 50>>years Mt. Morlah AYE: Church, 99 I
also speak Mrs. Willie J. Stevens Miss Ways and Means Committee will of service at ,Second Bethel. and Oak Streets, will be the \
The evening service will begin Mallnda Wilson and Professor meet. Class meeting Is at7p.m The historian of the church 'scene Sunday, June 8, of a "' .. ,
at I p.m. Rev, John A. Payne Wilton BJabm1nlsterot lIllIc.Tounc The United Choirs will re- will bead a special certified Homecoming Celebration. ; : :- ;\ nourisheslike
and members of the Grace' people wW be In charge hearse. Miss Daisy Wallace award, to be given to Mrs. The trustees are sponsoring '
Baptist! Church will be In charge of the program throughout the president Is calling all i Moss for outstanding service their annual Homecoming Cele r \ '
of the worship hour. Friday day Miss Charleen Taylor Is members The youth meeting in the church. Mrs. Moss Is brain at 11 a.m. and at 2:30. rl: ',.J I,
will be devoted to the church president of the young people Is held at 3:30 on Saturday. serving u clerk, a position This promises to be the best I I
and its training program Rev. and will be assisted by others. The bowling letm'will be Inaction held for more than 54 years. In the history of the church. ', : a
W.... Hill,pastor of Mt.Calvary Rev R.V. Webster, pestarwW' at 4:30.-Sunday, 'June She has also been superintendent John Foster ci the St. John 1 e \ 'I I milk
Baptist moderator emeritus Ii deliver the sermon. 15, will be the occasion for the over the youth department.Rev. Baptist Church of Orange Park ,
.association, will speak on Sunday School begins\ at 9:30.: Father's Day Tea In the church Llptrot will speak. will be the speaker. : 'I .
the general theme. Rev. C.L.' The morning service begins at Urs. Elance Williams win be In On Sunday evening the pastor Rt.I.C.1uDtrmanformer I'a., I '{ '
Culver will discuss the topic 10:43 at which time the con charge as president of the asks the choir and the usher, pastor of Mt. Morlahcurrently I II '"
"The Program Committee" secretion Is held. Missionary .Leading board to accompany him to' serving Mt. Zion AME South- ( I I .
and Rev.W.C. Mitchell on"Tbe, The. ACE r..eacbeliu at artists will appear.'.7h city Holsey Chapel CME church' side will speak at 3:30: p.m. ; I .; i", I\ !qP
Bible Readers Committee. 6:45.'The consecration period' wide Baby Contest will be June where they will participate la He will be accompanied by his i (
Following the Youth How the follows Rev. Solomon Water..i 25. On Sunday night ReviH.L.. cervices.Rev. choir and congregation. ( r c. ,
Committee's discussion will be ford trill be featured after service Herod will be speaker' "' The \ .Llptrot also asks Choir, Dinner will be served at 1:JO. \ 4'; '',f" ', ,, : J .Y of> .
continued with Rev Jae Calhoun 'in a concert Eli Grant Memorial Trio win be Mo. 1 and Choir No. 2toaccom; Rev. .J.W, Jones Is minister:. : ;, : 1ieii ,
leaking on ?'Tbe SocialCommittee' appearance will he sponsored. by featured, along with. Mrs: MarNealy /, pany him to WRRC for the radio _Hollls Felton Is vice chairman ;, < h;, : ,," w' ':",tM,'" ,,., '" \' ; .
'' Rev. T. J. Pinkie i the Ways and Means Committee. and others. broadcast of Sunday from I to .Ii tile.. tnIttta. ,;" iz;. i' .14/1 1.1; "l.t, t. .
win speak on "The Missionary M Mrs:; L.G. Genwrlght Is chair ,,8:30 a.m.: ****** ,I"." \" ''''' ," ,;, :, 1'1' ,

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Disciples Of Christ Reject $500,000 Manifesto-Other Groups Seek Mediation I

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church organisations thought.. Tbelr paper of conclusion '
nave, within the psstfewweeks, said mat America baa "' .\: ( &it.. J. I GATEWAY
com Into the limelight because had a history of violence, separatism \t.,' ;) CENTRAL BAP'l'mTDistrict
of their apparent Intentions to racism, extortion and' :) :: ; ... No. 2 of'Central The Gateway Civic Club held

become involved Intheeiuldren revenge.. This paper, receivedby Baptist, Tb1rd aDd Broad Strtet, the monthly meeting Hay 19 at
d racial molten leid a voice vote, goes to tile r is sponsoring the''CutraLttta,' the home of Mrs. Elsie
Several pro and con attitude General Assembly in August la r 'the young peoples choir, In a Camming Refreshments were
leave been reflected by national Seattle. recital on Sunday, June 15, at served. The next meeting will
religionist since the notable be June 18 at the home of Rev.
130: in the church All are
action of James Forman tilt Pres. W.B. Stewart intlted Rev L.ifGreeD Is .Altamease Edwards, 59)8
nailing of the "Demands' one pastor Mrs. Mildred B. Flicker Avenue. The annual tea
church door In New York.Other 01 Edward Wafers Robinson is president. Deacon will be at the borne of Mrs
attitudes 'relate to the discovery Angrous Jackson Is sponsor Libeara Bally 7845 Moocrief
of possible discrimination Road on June 15, from <4< to
by banking institutions in At Mt. Olive AME SALEM .6 p.m. will be served. ClaraSingleton
the KM of money deposited by MT. is pr.lldent.MrlAltameue
the churches Dr.:W.B. Stewart, president of Youth d Mt. Salem Baptist Edwards is re-
The General Board of the Disciples Edward Waters College, will be Church, 1281 West 2 ad, will be porter.
of Christ, meeting III St. the: principal speaker Sunday observed throughout the day
Louis, tuesday refused to morning at 11 a.m. at Mt. OUve Y t r : The Sunday School will begin MINISTERS
accede to the Forman demandfor AME Church, Franklin, Jessie, at 930.: Choir No. 2 will serve
$500,000,000 reparations .Pippins, Rev. Y. Benjamin throughout the .day.Rev Eugene The Baptist Ministers
for past wrongs done to min- Brace minister Cannon, chairman, willdellver Brotherhood breakfast will be
ority groups. The board, with The occasion will be ken's both sermons. Deacons Wilbur Monday, June 9, at the Howard
some ZOO members, did Day Bellamy and Perry Robinson Johnson, Golfair and -the
emphasize the need of a revamping Programs have been planned! will be in charge cube morning Expressway.All .
of philosophies in the for the day under the direction devotions The home Mission ministers who 'are
church. They spoke of the damage of Harold Kennerly, Kenneth will meet at 4 p.m. In the auditorium interested in the citywide revival -
being done to democratic Peele and Willie Koran The vetting devotions and seminar are asked to
Institutions of society Also participating during tbe begin at fl pa. Rev. WL. meet Monday, June 9, at 2 a.m.
Board members felt that the day will be James Shelton, Seth, Rogers is pastor, Mrs. C. for breakfast and discussion
manifesto of the National Darby, Joseph Brown, Frank, Sampson is reporter. on ways and means All are
Economic Development Committee Courtney, James Jones, Ernest Cheryl Diana Copland, daughter'of Mrs. Juanlta Copaland, for-two. years and is aa outstanding alto. Miss Copeland is an. Invited but especWly.those
Forman's group, used' Pierce, Eddie Ford, James N, nil Leonard Circle West, a Junior la the New Stanton Senior active member of Second Baptist Church, Rev. James C. Sams FlUElCOOJnP BAPTIST serving in advisory capacities.,
language that Is a bit "ex Davis, Dr. H James Green, High School, was crowned Miss Glee Club la the school pastor. Mrs. A.H. Moore is director of the club Charles D. The Stirring Committee. A
cessive" But, they said, at Rer. John Rowe and L.LAlexander. auditorium oa_May 28. Cheryl has been a member of the club Brooks is principal.-Photo Bob Smith Fashion Studios The annual Men's Day of the Breakfast, Dutch Style, will be
least It gives them "food for. Friendship Primitive Baptist served. Riv. W.E. Young,

New Mt. Olive Baptist li Recital SindiyPAU1ABLAKK Grflut Menorial Streets Church, will First be and observed Pierce Jones assistant, president secretary; Rt,. R.L.

I Sunday June I.
This wok Waiter Pee ftofvrtl the Phis ,ARRII. PHI DIY SiaOy Mile Chris To Deacon Sunday William School begins Hunter at will 9:45 be. GUANT MEMORIAL

"REBEL"Q'programmed Dr. A.J. Reddick, pastor of
Annual Dual Day will be held Devotions will begin at li a.m. guest superintendent Rev.
Grant Memorial AME
at New Mt. Olive Baptist with Mrs Green and Mrs. Honor Fomdiag' Bobby Sheffield will speak In Church,
in with the
Church, Hart and Brady, Edward la charge. Mt Olive the morning service. keeping emphasis
th.1iC'wig availdole' Sunday,June 8.. Choir No. 2 will participate in Grant Memorial AMk's Male The afternoon service begins on Children's Day, will baptize
The Day's programs will begin the pro ct ul 0 III,ntll Miss Cboms will celebrstethefoarth at > p m Rev. blab Ellis, Jr., Infants and bold the promotional
tn 40 colors with the Sunday School at 9 30. BUnda ,Seward la charge of anniversary of its founding on of Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist exercises of the Sunday School
complete with' travel case Mrs Battle wUlbe guest superintended music. The welcome address Wednesday night, June 18,lathe will speak.DeaconUlysses Sunday, June 8, dnrlngth
Guest teachers will will be given by Mrs Merdis church auditorium, at 8 p.m'ne Johnson will sing Deacon morning worship The services
Reg $1799 be Mrs Mary Robinson, Mrs Goodman The response win Female Chorus d Zion Winston Ware Is chairman Rev begins at 10:45.
__ $2995 Addle Jackson, Mrs Janice come from Mrs Mary Brown. Hope Baptist will be the serving David.Richardson is in chargeof Dr. ReddIck will discuss the
Robinson, Mr*. Theresa Mr*. Mary Nealy will sing : chorus. 'The guest chorus will the programs Rev.Robinson .theme "Tbe Divine Touch.
The REBEL, a win to }"rdiff.rfltt,you how to wIt Trowel, Mrl. Mary Cole Mrs C.L. Telfalr wlllcondnct be tile Male Chorus of St. is pastor. Sunday School begins at 9:30
to b.Io,.. It. This wg NEVER NfEOS{ .SETTING. That'! right memorial services. Mrs.Edith' District No CentralfcaptUt Stephen AME. Guest choirs will, with the Sunday Church School
.' each tlrond of) hair li programmed to dot' (v.1 'Iht$ way you Mrs. I Robinson Jackson will make announce Church, Third and Broad .be No I, 1 and i of Grant directed by A.V. Rose, superintendent -
comb il..Straight. ..mi curled or lull eu/l today Hostess At ments. Mrs Maggie Still will Streets, will sponsor the Memorial MT. CALVARY assisted by his staff
"UAlU.lf MClUIIVfir M KM'I" serve as mistress of ceremonies "Centralites" its youth The program follows: Processional Mt. Calvary Baptist! Church and officers
Spiritual Tea Sun ; Miss Jewel Collier, people's choir, m a recital and Opening song; will celebrate Women's Day on At 8:45 p.m Dr. Reddlck will
POE HAIR GOODS CO. mistress of ceremonies; Miss Sunday afternoon June 15, at Scripture, Rev. FD. Richardson Jane 25, with Mrs. Mary discuss the theme "Childrenand
J.rt wmffe. 'I O/tl.ah I....,H..oo4t"" ..,,' A spiritual tea will be held Arletha Hicks, welcome; Junior 2:SO, at the church. The public Jr, Presentation of Singleton speaking in tile morning the Kingdom' Choir No.
1.,5 N.MYRTLE AVI(L AT lit ST 1 PHONI 154 3734HOUIII ,Sunday, June 18 at 8 p.m. la Choir St. Joseph Baptist is Invited There is no.>ad- Mistress of Ceremonies, Mr*. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will
MON V 1HIU lAfUIOAY f t M 10 1 IN. .
the home of lure. Josephine/ Church, selection;Irma Walton, mission Miss Paula Blab\ Fannie Cannon, by Mrs Esther A baby contest win be serve during the day.
Robinson, 603 Court Minister. reading Robinson Sisters, above, president of he Milton; Selection Serving sponsored also, Contestants
Frankle Mae Stewart will preside selection Centralites,will be presented la Chorus Occasion, James Cone; are: Ellis Flowers,Jr.,Johnnie Rev. Fenny Church
Joseph Taylor will be And: Miss Syntel Battles,solo; recital at that time Friends of Solo, AD. Hunter; Mt Sinai R. Jenkins, Jr., Aaron Grlggs ,
"' ... the.speaker, Miss Linda Taylor,Introduction District No. 2 and of the Cen- Baptist Male Chorus, selections. -, and ,Stephene,Denese Johnson.
*4t" "UiIlU.' i.: -0--; <* speaker; Mrs C.L. Telfalr, tralltesare Invited Mn. "WS" ,., """ Groups Help, Others

Young Peoples \ :addrejwi Mrs WiL. Clinton Mildred B. Robinson Is president 41 r"*'* Io-'*". -- gt.,ST. PAUL USHER! -: R.i.l&e: : H
G; Ol'"1M Invitation to 'Join; Mils Jewel ; Angrous Jackson: Deacon Greater New .ferusll.m
; First Timothy Baptist Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul.
Union .Plans Meet Collier, solo, Mrs. Myrtrke 'Qd Rev Levy Green pastor.., AME Church will hold the Baptist, will be accompanied.

luut place Ie w,... The Young Peoples' Unlonwlll Goodman, reading; Leonard Weems Photo.Lambert monthly meeting Sunday, June Choirs No.. 1 and 2 and Usher
meet Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Garner selection, solos,Jerome Thomas, Evangelistic'Continues Anniversary (, in the basement of the churchat Boards No 1 and 2 and the
HOGAN ST.spans Epheslan Baptist Church Third Colossians } Junior Choir, 4:30 p.m. All members are entire membership, to Union
DOWNTOWN300 ... .' and Stafford. Ther Harmonious lection. Baptist Church se- Hoar First Timothy Baptist Church, urged to be present, and on Progressive Baptist Church
Vancellers will be hosts for this To Green Cove 157 Hart Street at Barnett! ,time. McKenley Chambers in Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev Jake
Union Sunday.The The Lambert EvangelisticHour continues its ninth anniversary president. Rev. A.C. Chandler Ray Is minister.
Union has children u Chapter and tilt Super Gospel Express and the anniversary of the Is pastor. Rev. Fenny and the Young
i I FAMESMade members from two to 18 yearsof will be at the Church of pastor, Rev. R.L. Smith Adult group are also expected:
age. They are taught all Holds Call Meeting God in Christ Sunday, June 8, On Sunday at 12.30 p.m. Rev. QUEEN SOUTH to participate in services at
sorts of religious activities lathe ''In Green Cove Springs and at Scott of the Moocrief Baptist the First Timothy Baptist
g 4g tor comfort and big rear union. A.E.: Fleming Chapter No. 45 4 p.m. at the Church d God Church and his congregationwill Queen of the South Chapter will Church Monday night, June 9,
meet June 10
at 410 BroadStreet
Mrs Ines Harris president. will call a special call meeting In Christ in Sun Garden Elder be present. at the Masonic at 8 p m Rev. R.M. Smith is
at 5
Mrs tilorlaHarris secretary. June 9 at 6 p.m. In the Masonic O.W. Howard Is pastor. The p.m. pastor
Worthy Mrs. Queen
Mrs. Alberta Latlmore is Temple, 410 Broad. Mrs.Queen" Mighty Jubllsires of Brunswick Seventh Day Williams W B.
asking members
supervisor and pianist.Bernard B. Williams deputy will be I Ipmtnt i Ga will be Celebrant
( singing guests Rev. to be present This will be the
> I McClala Is reporter. to hold the election. I F. Evangelist R.L, Lambertlsmc Adventist Has Meet last meeting for the summer;

a I Ephesns Seventh-Day Adventist Dues should be paid thorough
i---- Church 2760Edgewood, September
____ PR1CE8 GOOD T1IRU 6/11169 will be tilt scene Sunday night,
(l ; ; of a special building program, AMERICAN LEGION
at 749.: Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Clipper will be in charge. All Jai Post No. 197 of the
are welcome American Legion win meet at
The regular Sabbath services 8 p.m. la tbe Post Home, 2179
1 will be Saturday at the church. Benedict The membership
Sabbath School begins at 9 30 drive will terminate June 30.,
with Mrs MJS. Willis, superintendent Ul who have not renewed their

.SS < A:".. R < In charge The topic memberships before that date
for the day Is "The Grace of should do so or be declared
God and Covenants of the Bible." delinquent Delinquent names
i will be taken from
1b'lII01'DI.DIworllllpbtrlDlat the member-
SWIFT PREMIUM -. 11 am. Elder R.B. Halrson, ship roll.
'7' ; "FLO-CANE pastor and associate elders, ,The department convention
CHUCK STEAK LB. 'J'j will be ia charge will be In session in Fort
< The MY Boar will begin at Lauderdale from June 27 to alY. GARVBf
FIRST CUTPOM I SUGAR 7 p.... 'A continuation of the 20 inclusively Willard Morris
: CROPS Lit. s, 1 topic "Christian Education, Is is commander The Goodshepherd Church will
It Worth Br will be conducted begin the anniversary celebration -
SMOKED SLAB WOLR,OR HALF I E III UMIT 1 PLEASE WITH by Ralph Stevens ST. PAUL of the congregation and of:
35 OR MORE the pastor, Rev. A. Groin
Choir No. 1 of St. Paul AME
IACON .L84' 1'I FOOD PURCHASES IN MEMORIAM Church, Rev. ,AC. Chandler Monday, June 9, and continue
pastor, win have Its annual tea through June 15. Many citizens,
} I Sunday, June I, from 3:30 to ministers, layworkers, artists
39'DETERGENT Iso, in the lower auditorium and musician will be presenton
'\ of the chorea All are invited the nights mentioned. ldaJ
;. KRAFT OIL :5LB. A program has bet planned. school win begin at 9:48. The

Those scheduled to appear are morning worship will begin at
t Miss Ruth Batty! Mrs Mersal II a.m. BTU begins at 6 p.m.
.1jv 59' Damps, Miss Brand Ivory .and IYtIIInrworsb1pat1:30p.m.
;) Choir No. 1 and Usher Board
yipr A ; r QT. ; Mrs. Bomle Frailer, Mrs.
Carrie Davis, Mill Geneva No. 1 will serve The choir
VS.;NO. 1 BUSH Tasker Miss Ivory Reeves, will meet Thursday evening at
I 8 p.... for rehearsal AH
Woodrow Can and Mrs. Helen are
t I'.iF., tee POTATOESFRESH .' OLB9". 45* ..59' H Cleveland.;: welcome.

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A l MRIPE ,QT,4' la'loving memory of our dear
mother and wIfaMrstHosaLee
TO.ATOiS' l4l(' 'NESCAFE Williams who passed away two

With cool panels lemon yellows,,lime COFFEEL8. ,. oz.REGULAR years ago today June 6, 191'7.
: She bid ao toast farewell nor 1, 'r,
1 shrimp pinks or cornflower blues, even said goodbye. She was

gone before we knew it and only
f Colorful cotton sailcloth, '" "unu 'It THIS" WITH TIlE God knows why; Our hearts

cushioned innersoles. In ,J .II DRIP .., INCREASES Of MEAT PUKES still ache m loneliness, Our
) MO. COFFEE, shed teen Godokly e an sees two at De
misses' sizes girls' ,SHOULDN'T YOUR BRAND BE eyes many ; cc.teltuta for tilt contest at It.
W4, children's 512. -jl ELECTRIC, PKKK. ""TRUI TOP QUALITY MEATS, know how we miss yet IAlII Church, ml Forest, which closely Stmday dtr-
1 j a 59 DON'T WAIT TILL THE WEEKEND at the end of two lonely years: MOB at <4< pan Oa the left,,11 Baby Aedrew Slmcu. lilt at
LOOT 1 PLEASE WITH$5OK COME Ihf TODAY WI ARK READY Joiaaie .Williams, husband, Mr. art Mrs Noraaa Simon. Ole tilt rlgttpls Baby A1eaadtr
+, I N IAN1 : 1 \AlII IOMIINf I 0; I MORE FOOD PTACRAJB ... TO SERVE YOU > Charles Bill. SOB;' Florence Desist Jam SOB, of Mr. lad Mrs .rtbr DoIW spar b bJ
Mrs. h Powell All
BealleyandLtelUeGaatif are Imttd. Mrs ..1.'AlIarria
'. ,daughter!! sad grandchildren .is geaeral rector, Rev. AJ. Mauls L pastor .

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spring fall or the frosty seuc rwiiK COFFEE cUP "
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the bride wW
step with comfort _, NwrcMw-
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leather footwear. 29c NWrcMN wile way_
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year cf DnlMifathloot, I .bowe
will/ b* fatturad for just 29*. For each 13 In tracery will lit told/ .t Mew spss.l
there 1*still out occaaloowlMvtrerjr purchases, you are entitled to one pl.e..t this low prkq' only' ''nhe wgAS thl'.re ftatu.....
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most feminine, Dotes Leather fat 2 toe.a' nsula tII ry Mo+Yt.. AdOD STOa S
Industries of America. That, art It*)ewr an*Is.
of coarse, to her wedding day.
From topknot to toeline, at*
desires a graceful romantic
Imap. To help her achieve *
this picture her shoes should TOWELS3/89
be beautiful to the eye-and 14-**.VAN CAM Fa*.SOS CM STOKIIT 3-S .ALASKA PAPER '

easy on the feet Supple feather Beef S teW 3 < Gr. Peas. 5/$1 { ..el_...W/|..or move ewha*.esshdose clgmtfii
light leather footwear is theanswer .... N .
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pimps ASTOR COFFEE.. 49
sandals are well represented .
69 American Sausage..5/l 6/$
Spring shoe collections. Adorned with .. .. 14k CM MAXWIU HOUII All ORINDS..limit 1 C......f tlwl*.w/tS.M amore punh..e.aelYdiM elMteHoat
seed pearl, fabric, mother of : to..300 CM STOKIIT CUT AOAsparagus Nov 301 CM STOKIIT S*.Whmi .F MMO*r A
pearl or self-leather trim, this : I
bridal footwear be set 3lto. Spinach..6/$1 .Qf.f'J. 9!
elegantly shaped may mid-heels or on :: . .:. .
the DeW thick higher heeLSoles .303 CM STOKIIT CUT tto.sea CM VAN CAM PORK A Or.. .Umrt 1 D.eH.Mal crwk or more awrcMae .
should be flexible leather for a
pliant dependable foundation Beets 8$1$1 DETERGENT 49*
through boors on one's feet
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daDc1Dl, standing and table- to.303 CM STOKIIT [ UMA to.S CM VAN CAMP PORK* >
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bopping.Leatteoaejt. DITIROINT_lMlt I Dotertent *choice w/S.or maw" .dc ronee
I for the big show Beans 4/$1 Beans 5/$1
might be in luscious calf, kid, "". ."." GIANT GAIN 59*
matte lustre or Iridescent to.30 J CM STOKIIT CUT S-.S.VAN CAMP IIANII ,
patent leather.As for color(or e e e .
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choose from traditional white,
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.number of neutrals
Bow does leather help the bride Gr. Beans 4/$1 Rice..5/$1! . .
retain her sunny serenity"? Quert'KlAnIALADDIIIIINct. sN. .

Leather's inborn porousnessand ..303 CM STOKIIT FRINCH STYLI 31-.S.STOKIIT *

while qualities its offering keep tearless feet firm cool yet and molding gentle dry Gr. Beans 5/$1 Gatorade 3/$1 MIRACLE WHIP. 59

support. "Breathing" leather N*303 CM STOKIIT CRIAM STYLI 44-.S.STOKIIT PINIAPPU

linings moisture comfort back of evaporation air up,around by this allowing and the securityand feet.circulation Corn..50..5. ;6/$1 Juice..4/i PAPER NAPKINS 29*


|' not festivities If With it's worry an leather,outdoor about thebrldalpartineed dirt afoot affair marts;for grass or the, Corn. .....G 6/$1 Juice..4/$1 11-Pk.J-.S..N.i"js9':: SUPIRBRAND ON'A*S2a9: <

stains. Mow leather shoes are
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cloth or sponge and a little
mild soap. Good as new, they
will be read) to be worn with
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Young Fashions TAKE Fitness And Fashion WatetptOtf"

ATIP and Wear! .;

A poncho cut fomplastlc yud- "
goods makes a wonderful raincoat r
for tots. Such ralngear is All washable fabric can be. repelling pr ceu. '*

easy for very young children to made water and Main resisteni With thisnew Amway product
put on, allows freedom of move right in your washer and dryer can treat an adult! raincoat. io.;
you .-
r'1 Bent, may be folded flat, and Is thanks to Amway'i new: for about :28 cents with ecc-
easy to keep clean. Just spread liquid concentrate called "drilab" nomical "drifab" liquid con. >

h It flat and wipe away mud repellent centrale, compared to $2.00 for.
Aerosol water
splashes with a well fathered have been around for yean, .professional processing

.s. sponge but each Item to be treated had "drifab can be used with
t It pays shoppers to look closely k to be individually sprayed all washable fabrics Including '
C for those details that mean .Liquid "drifab" Is a totallynew cotton and synthetic with
greater convenience and saving Just add this
concept or without wash'and-wear or
later on. For Instance check to
white liquid concentrate finishes. Colon
x 5> ak permapres .
washable fabric gloves for hot water In the washing stay bright and the treated '
chain-stitching-. assurance machine and tOIl In the clean fabrics are soft and have a
I that the seams will "give"* ? clothes to be treated. pleasant scent.'According 'J
instead of split with wear. Following a 12 |o 14 minute' to Amway.4: .'
Modern floor waits !that with ? wash cycle, the Items are !immediately another very real 'benefit, .

r'3 ,yr'rt stand washing without losing spun or wrung especially for clothing, is .
their shine leave homemakerswith Fabrics are then placed that "dnfab" treated fabrics
f. no excuse for dull, dirty the dryer or air dried and continue to "breathe.
{ Ironed to complete the water
floors. It's easy enough to dip'a
sponge mop Into a pall of :
soap or detergent suds,,qu....' FASHIONS AT A GLANCEBY .
out excess water, and wipe q)
the kitchen floor dally, And this
Is the only sure way to remove ,
The rains came I Why not be prepared for that deluge by sportIng the sand and mod that Rainwear fashions are' no longer limited to coats, umbrellas I-
one of the zebra stripe tantalizers inch u 1* shown above. youngsters.-even adults--track I
This one it random brown with white zebra stripes printed into the house. : Elegant fashionable pants suits are made up currently In '

on leather-embossed vinyl clout The tailoring, superb to say D your "dream house" Is stillon .....;,.. .... _,. .-, _c ,eras.rat .chemically-treated fabrics, from cotton to brocade, that are'
makes this outfit for time of I 'T '1'1 ota d
least !
the something any year paper put a lot of thoughtinto water resistant
Alma Rainwear has employed such features as off-center buttonsfor modern devices and designs Fitness and fashion go haad-ln-hand, with the growing popularity of the Jogging suit- a Some of the smart "raln-or-shlne"wear are whole costumes,
a double-breasted look, pointed lay-down collar and a flap that will cut the cost, effort handsome stripe-trimmed sweater-shirt and matching! pants that happen to be Ideal for Jogg or suits with either skirts or pants A striking one It of white
pocket and hat to match. The price fits the Bocketbook. and time in housecleanlng.tDGEWOQD ing. The soft, fleecy knits of Creslan acrylic fiber art light In weight;a Joy to wear. And and navy canvas-pants and belted coat, knee length, therefore
the wide variety of brilliant vivid colon make them Just the thing for the most fashion- suitable to be worn over a dress.

conscious Joggers. Bold colors like orange and shocking pink in elastic! :are
combined with coats and skirts One style has a huge-brimmed
/ / FURNITURE: hat, and some have .helmet"toe caps.
For A Deflnetely chic, are "rain" dresses.. cut close to the

AVB..B STORE_ shoulders, zippered or buttoned JACKSONVILLE: FACIAL: skirt

II PEACH SI-ORE MiniKitchen These high-styled dresses are made up In sailcloth, shower
proof poplins, and >fjannels and synthetic: gabardine They range
gUP.ER TIAARKET5' I ft.: .TlS in color from olive drab string, putty and tawny brown to vivid

1.1.SlldlY.. It's Summer. so put on a your furniture' glow, Amway hue and gay color combines including red, white and blue.
happy face,,on your furniture! suggests Dust Mop Spray which The patriotic trio, red, white and blue, are often seen In the
Treating your furniture to a help either mop or cloth match new)'Brollies (large umbrellas that have the appearance of
poluh-and-shine facial I I cay.. up all dirt particle it touches, canopies.) copied from the 50-year-old< style umbrellas
thanks to Amway Corporation'seasycare almost like a magnet. It* slight mini-kitchens
For cooks in reportedly still carried by French country priests.
FIA. GRADE "A" FRESH Furniture Polish and trace of oil shine furniture
there's a sleek new breadbox The current fashion is the beach hybrid "Brollysol" that can
Dust Mop Spray. control ing bacteria the
The use of a good furniture cloth polishing that offers plenty storage space, be used for both rain or sun. Some are wedges of checkeredred
while the door drops down to and white blue and white often alternated with solid
polish, such u that available Dust turn Into heavy lint ao or R!
from Amway provides two-fold it'* easily disposable Into newtbejome: a cutting board The red or white people. -'ol
protection with Just one step: paper or_tebuket. bread Is storedonthe top shelf; Umbrellas are primarily larger, particularly In Paris,where i :
t It help to protect the finish TO keep your furniture lookthe lower section holds tour fitted metal ribs up to two feet long fitted with thick maple wood or f,
which U protecting the turn-! lug it*best, Amway offer a few canisters. Made of sudsable rattan root handles are seen.Spectacular are the square ones .
'4Wwoodfrombolbwearand preventive tips: keep furniture plasttcrlhe slim, modern The more dressy_Brollies are hand-painted. In inch unusual':::;)"'
time. A good polish leave a away from direct sunlight or silhouette designed for easy Irregular black lines Similar to; diagonal rain,' 7
strong but clear protective heat; never place hot dishes cleaning-. **. streaking a background of subdued pink or warm yellow or even v'
coating over the finish plus an directly on wood tops;use coaster (Made by: Superior Products reds forming abstract patterns. '
*for beverage lo avoid watermark Co., DIY, of Globe Rubber Co., There are also some "his" and "her', Brollies.. Outstanding'among
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GOLDEN R and accidental spills,choose
about !
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KANANNALB.1O so pellency. A non-oily polish with
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LEO loftier giving furniture the "Super-Right" Western Beef "Super-I.lght" Western Beef.Full Cut ";1
warm, mellow look that I Ia the

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Corporation, marketing $1
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home-care: Items, offer the
following hint for the effective i
removal of common stains. : Washington state)

Using either Amway's LOC, 1INESAPIIITEI

a liquid organic cleaning con- SCOTT .::.:.. .... ...>.::.. Freak
centrate and S-A-8 plus a bio
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you can remove most common SALE NUNSFmhSalad ..
FIB PILLSBURY fabric slain

To remove a blood stain from nK
while cotton and linen first TINUIES Basket
FLOUR soak' In cold running water. SCOTT TISSUE

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Main, then rinse If stain remains KWhrP
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ammonia on the .stain;.repeat
treatment with Amway''s LO.C. Q t'jiabiii to'advertised
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SlTnDAY, IIIE 7, 1 US! mi PHI I! :,ur.) I

I _u Alpha! Phis Will Hold 63rd Annual Meeting In Houston August 4 to7 Y

Witts District Gets Sot For Preparing for A 17,000,000 Industry Atty. Ernst N. Mcrial Hoods

I Hife lidBstrUlizatioR I Coater Proadaeut Group of Frators

WATTS, Calif:Watts Industrial Park, dedicated today with -7c : 1' : : HOUSrOJJ-NPI--The 63rd anniversary convention of Alpha
a groundbreaking of what ceremony wu described u "a splendid Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., will be held la the "Oil Capital
together, ran accomplish.public and private Institutions working Hilton of the hotel.Precoovention Nation. ," Aug. 4-7, with headquarters at the Shamrock

Robert A. Podesta assistant Speaking for the Economic Resources -
OjS. secretary of commercetor activities will Ices at the BobSm1th'i ranch
Corporatlonprlme begin Aug. 2, and a post-con on Sunday a golf tournament
development, .. ,
mover the establishment of vention tour "
cited the Joint effort in speech "Mexico Fleet open to members and guests,
the industrial '
part, was Us .
which will include visits to will be held In the
at toe groundbreaking dedication : morning
President Richard Alien. yZL Mexico City, Taxeo and and later
ceremonies at the 4J-acre: a public program will
site Imperial Highway and, Motion Picture ,Acapulco, will climax activities.the conTentlonrelated be held at Texas Southern ml-

foot Appearing Blvd before a gathering Bigwigs BlamedFor Atty. Ernes H. Mortal of New
industry and community- general president,
minded leaders and their Bias Moves announce the convention theme
u "Black Power--Creative
Podesta said he echoedthe '
guests The motion picture: industry' Force In America's Complete
words of President Nixon
and three other hugh businesses Development"
According to
to that the threat of the present
are under fire for discrimination. -
administration's urban pro Uorial, who Is the first Black
gram "will be built on the Chairman William E.Brown of' ae wv man to be elected to the A
foundation of pnbllc-prlvatt the Equal Emlloyment Opportunity Louisiana State legislature, the
cooperation." reported that the agency convention will not only stress,
Be quoted the president assaying has referred discriminationcharges the Importance Black Americans -
: have been In the entire
the motion
against picture I
TIM one thing worse than Industry to the Depart- scheme of America's development '
not keeping promise is makinga ment of Justice: and may tab but how necessary It Is
promise that can't be kept. the same actiOD the entire movie that they be Included in all
added !the effort at Watts of this
But the same action against the phases nation's activities -
Is "realistic, practical and deliverable entire movie industry. particularly If it is to
and for that remain world
reason a
Action power.
on the network, ERNEST N. MOIIIAL
"the administration supportsthe i I according to Brown, will probably Kermit J. Hall, Yeadon, Pa.,
establishment of this part be on an Individual basts Is director general of conventions varsity followed by a reception
u the kind of activity neededfor lie said, however that the office :r- i and A.C. Harold Jr., at the Shamrock Hilton
the retaliation of oar has little power in the way of Houston Is chairman of the hotel.
central cities. 63rd anniversary convention The first business sesslonwill
The park, by 1978, II expected many J = Host chapters are Alpha Eta begin at 10 a.m. Monday and
to be the employment center Lambda and Delta Theta.
cuss school. From left are: Charles S. Wagner the convention '
of 2,500 people earning an California Company, Burbank; Robert Highlighting the preconvention through Wednesday, cOlltlnut'I'I
annual payroll of more than secretary for economic development activities are family toursof activltes on Thursday with .
$17 million. The initial industry of Commerce and Richard Allen, Houston's famous Medical meetings of the board of
tenant of the complex will be Los Angeles Economic Resources Cor- center and Herman park, and a directors, building foundation
Lockheed-California Company unions podium is David Crowther of Lockheed. real Western-style Texas bar and education foundation.

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TRIPLE COLD-yotown singing star
"Barney Ales, Motown vice-president la
Marvin for his three-mlllioD-plus hit
Marvin's "GRAPEVINE", which
weeks, was the biggest hit in :
and received by Candidate for
more than 7,000 fans. Quincy Jones'
and Cher, Johnny Rivers Mel Carter :

Block Student fa'itezszoos.asausaraa..f.r.swt.autsaetat'J! :

Throughout the country political
colleges and universities are spoke ,
till being hit by dissension. In
Seattle a policeman was shot 1
and several persons were Injured
In a disturbance that hit

the campus of Seattle But with the cooperation
Community and
into the Black College: area., The spread rejection of others, it is being done. In

of a Black Student Union fact, it's very nearly completed.
demand sparked the troubles.A Cf I And now?
white trustee at the college (
resigned this week. This will to A second billion has been pledged.1 '
make room for the appointment A second billion dollars with
of a Black.
the aims the first
Calm returned to the trouble- I same as
ridden campus predominantly But leaning on what has been
Black Lincoln University In learned through the first

Jefferson City Mo., recently. Roy After all, our business is totally We feel that in doing this, we are

Although four buildings fire had no one been was set rePorted to- tint th* bound up with the health and safety of merely minding our own business. Being

Injured. people. And people live in the cities. ourselves.
The University of Cincinnati You could say people are the cities.
was a victim problems. If you agree that t.die dries are your
Members of the United Black If those cities crumble, people aregoing business as well, the life insurance

Stidente chairs and broke Association: windows threw and to crumble, and business-ours, business would} like to offer you a booklet

cave the school head exactly yours, yones-1s apt to crumble right called The cities..your; challenge, tcxx"
24 hours to meet their demands. along with them. Whether you re in business or not.,
u.Greensboro, N.C., North So w went after the problem at its Write Dept.BInstitute ;
Carolina A4T University was core.
closed following the fatal shoot- '
lag dl ro llJe student. Willie In the troubled inner cities.We of Life Insurance
James Grimes 20, Winterville found we needed the cooperation On behalf of the life insurance

was stack ut the back of the of many people..people in government, companies in America
.head by a ballet in Scott dormi
tory. All school activities were'suspended business, labor..responsible leaders in 277 Park Avenue

by President Dowdy. the community. New York, N.Y.10017 .

A day-to-day curfew wu established. Vve found r.::1" : s'. .
that each person,each \ 1", .
More than 500 students group, each government agency each r ;. <: "

marched on the OhloStateboose business has to lend its own talents. Each .. .,.' I.I .
from Central State "'' 1 >o.
University ,
Md demanded a Malcolm X I has to"be itself.? : :' .', .
holiday. A Martin Lather King; ;: Just as the life insurance business, 1 ,.
Jr., holiday elimination. : which knows how to invest. ; ,
ROTC creation of a blacks I t, Just as other businesses, which we
'failles ,
of eampM department security, police disarming ami found contributing their special aptitudes.I .{

,pea registration of Black : At the outset of the pledged billion, t I' :J.1';.,
tideals, regardless of previous : a good many hard-headed people said l'fJ1;, .
education. Central Is located -
this venture couldn't be done. ,. .
Wllbertoree sear
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University : .
A Hew Tort University professor : '; : )' 1trr1; !,...t'.,:.

has predicted that D.ocity NSsrsy. : ')"J' :, '"'
Is in for a "hot war." 'i ) I
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Becker of KTlTs
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'Mil I SIll PAPERS MTilMT., 'HUE 7., Un'

World News Digest. Sorority Opens Campaign
Training Disadvantaged For Industry

I SIGH TOTEPAREa1PQwee IP \ Eliminate Racial Isolation,
Franc held 1U presidential election last
week torn 733,761 eligible voters In overseas territories N ; r ,a v ? ft'To, 'I WASHINGTON, D.C., Hay W, 1969.. A 50,000 member Negro
cast their ballots by .!pI. Each of the seven candidates wu r x 1 \ sorority today announced the opening of national campaign to
assigned a distinctive emblem, which was placed opposite .' If, i eliminate the damaging effects of racial Isolation in America
Ms same oo the ballots for orerMas districts That way for a r Frankie II Fr.emu", of St. one equal nation for all
KM benefit of those voters who cannot read n Louis, kto, national president American citizens "
of Delta Sigma Theta, a predominantly In addition to the "May Week"
SLAVERY STILL REIGNS NI public service programs, "011I Nation Or
UNITED NATIONS-NPI-.Thlrteen years after the UNEconomic organization, announced that the Two?" will bethlceatraltbemeFRANKIE
lAd Social Cornell adopted a supplementary eonventloo t i '-w'r' fir, I I sorority's chapters in 337
-. on slarry--slnc approved by M nations a survey shows communities are launching the
c that then are at least 10 million tomans who still live In campaign as part of their annual Nvr,
,slavery or other forms of bondace. In recognition of this, the "May Week" celebration I
VN Commission oo Human rights annouxedcontirmatloaogthe The theme of the educational
I I"). appointment of Mohammad And, an Egyptian authority on. effort "One Nation Or Two?"
slavery, to carry out a nw study of slavery and the slave trade. Is a challenge to all Americans, in
tJ said Urs Freeman, the only
NOT WANTED woman member of the US.

., ST. JOHNS, AnUqua-NPn-.Though) he is a native of the Commission on Civil Rights.
West todies--a product of Trinidad..Stokely Carmichael has -- The theme Is emblazoned on
learned that be will not be permitted to enter Antigua. the front of a pendant to be
Carmichael has Intended to deliver a lecture in St. Johns,on. worn by Delta Sigma Theta
the development of the Negro in the ITS. and Caribbean: He members across the country.On
bad previously been barred from returning to his homelandTrinidad. the reverse side is Mr*. Free
man's statement that "We are
now on a collision course whit
NEW MAGAZINE IDa, produce: within our borders
LI8AKA-NPQ--The Zambia Information Se"lctllu started 4li ,and alienated unequal
.publication of new monthly nugatlne,which Is to be distributed i nations confronting each other
both within me country and abroad. Named "2" Its first across a widening golf." FREEMANof
issue appeared this month Published in two editions--Zambia Her statement was contained the organization's 30th National -
and International --It replaces the "Nshlla" magaxlnes. 1 n the Civil Rights Com mis- Coventlon !in Baltimore,
\.1, ," ':,''' sion's report Racial Isolation August 10-15, Mrs. Freeman
WAY OF LIFE .lJv\r\ ('"' .in the Public Schools, Issued said.
: TEBERA.N-NP1)-.CompuIaol'1 military service is a way of A. ; .f ;", on February 9, 1987. Announcing the convention,
: life in Iran, even for girls. Some 1,000,000 high-school One year later the Kerner, Mrs. Freeman laid "We convene -
: university graduating next September, will be required to Commission reinforced Mrs. with a heritage of 58 years
: serve In the Women's Education Corps / Freeman's concern when It concluded of community service for which
that "our nation Is we are proud. But the problems
: BLACK BUYING POWERPRETORIANPILlt. moving toward two societies, of hungry children and dispirited
: their Black counterparts lathe United 'one black, one white..separate adults trapped U poverty since
States, Black Africans the Republic of South Africa present: and unequal' birth remain--problems produced -
: a lucrative field for merchandisers. Currently their buying; "One Nation Or Two?' is a by the the ugly disease
: power totals above $3.8 billion, and Is rising a a rate of 10 per >x 4 1 .r.. question that we hope Americans of racism.
: cent' annually. Black Americans' buying power Is estimated SIGNING OF THE LARGEST SINGLE GOVERNMENT-INDUSTRY 1. iilllmaa Zhan, deputy- execuU'"Ic.cbalrmaaof tile National will begin to ask themselves "As we rethink the issues and
: to be about 325 billion Contract for the t t. ainlng of disadvantaged people was witnessedIN Alliance of Businessmen (NAB). Hanks, now a timekeeper at as they consider the determine solutions, we are
: Washington, D.C. recently by Melvin Hanks (standlng.rlght), Chrysler's Jefferson Assembly plant In Detroit, bad been consequences of a divided forced to do so with the vital
INCREASE HOME VALUECentral a graduate of a previous federally funded Chrysler Corporation out of a regular Job since mid-1965 when he entered the cor socleyt," Mrs. Freeman, said question' in mind: One Nation Or

I air conditioning not tionlnc systems be' added pre-employment training program Signing the J13.795.000 poration's pre-employment training program in 1968. The new "We hope that enough people Two? .
:, bnly provide comfort but adds to suiting warm can air LP.gat contract are George P. Shultz, Secretary of Labor, (left) and contract, MA-4, Is the fourth pre-employment training con will decide that we have to Mrs. Freeman said the
to the resale value of a home' central heating equipment. Virgil E. Boyd, Chrysler president Looking on with Hanks te'CROWJIM" tract awarded to Chrysler Corporation si have one nation and then do pendant, and a bumper sticker
In many instances, air condi-' everything possible to create with a blue background and.
white Imprint will be offeredfor
?? On Goodrich Personnel Staff sale Individuals andpublie
I WHEN YOU ARE'ILL .service organizations 1iOllPrM.'I -
WASHlNG'l'ON-NPl.When) is white not right? And when does t rr out the
Black attack? When a predominantly white organization cosponsors -
Yon Seek The Best Doctor< an International conference of African and Afro- a ; ,' ,
When Tour Doctor Prescribes v .American writers The conference was called off after American
get Experienced Pharmacists 1 participants complained that white folks were mes lng In Black1 Will FeitireAdvanced
s, To Fill Prescriptions according Y people' business The conference was to have been held at
To Tour Doctor's Orders. Fisk university, one of the meeting's co-sponsors. The other
We Us Only The Best Quality co-sponsor was the International Association for Cultural r a TrendsINDIANAPOUSNPO"The
Drugs. Freedom, a private alliance of liberal thinkers In Paris that (
C. E, BlackProprietor is financed largely by the Ford foundation U.S. Negro In- National Poro association will
ilectuals declined to attend, In an apparaat effort not to arouse convene its annual meeting June
Black nationalists who objected to the white group's Involvement 20, in the Sheraton Lincoln
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA In the conference hotel, with Poro graduates expected '

from all 50 states'
-. COMPLEX LINE OFt ) Special features will Include a
t"w ., $'-... ." workshop in advance trends la
't.)'1'f't', '-;, ..Cosmetics '- Rubber Goods Candles. ., SEAFOOD CENTER cosmetology, wig making aad

4- 1rJf .' SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS :weaving,. under the direction)
w H. El 4-141 of Urs, Laura-Hughes, general
CALLED FOR AND .chairman and her committee.
DELIVERED- Poro schools of beauty cottar*,
MULLET ...................................,. 'L8 39 teachers and students already
y committed to attend are located
YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER ruloXFerXloulrlra, lb. 89'SPEC. in Detroit Columbus
NolrtouNrut/ruus Chicago, ,
L I J's Dug Store TROUT ........................................ lb. 7S' Ohio New Orleans, Atlanta

FRESH FILLETS...................................... lb. 98' Birmingham, Newark,
GREEN FLORIDA LOBSTER ................ ,.Ib. $1.69 Memphis, Philadelphia and
lOBSTER TAILS ................................ .. lb. $3.50 ,Washington, D.C.

MADAM BKSSI FLOUNDER Limited Amount .........................Ib 69' +1 Mrs Debris Washington,
supreme basileus. Pi Omicron

She will real your entire life--pa ltpresentandfuture I 1arcr C"kla,1Crabmeat, \ Rho Omega sorority for, Pro
She asks no questions but will tell you I Ivhat Fingers :graduates, is planning an
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you want to know, giving dates and facts of I Instoess rrrrrrrlrr $$200CLAW ON PERSONNEL ROSTER-Ur.y E. White (left) has been named personnel assistant at awards luncheon. One of the;

love health and family affairs. WttlJ CRABMEAT ................. 1 lb. 'Can the Los Angeles tire plant of the B.F. Go'drlch Company. White, who joined BFG last September pioneer members of the association -
neap) you find lost! art. Tells you whom you will] in Akron, Ohio, as a member of the company's business training program will be will be honored for her
marry and when. U the one you love is true, what working with Robert *' Montgomery (right), personnel manager at the Los Angeles plant loyalty to the Poro college and
I -B.F. Goodrich Photo. the national association for
to do to be successtul.Wf reunite separated, ;: ;
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause :\ r mass IT Bare,

,happiness, between man and wife. Helps make.1.1up II '? :: '
lovers' quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad I 1 1 C 7 QUESTIONS ABOUT Receives Award
luck are natural enemies, or if there is an evU 1
.. influence. Does not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One r : El 1m] SOCIAL SECURITY vSsS. ..w.q rtnr

visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will, YOUR OWN HOME 354-6746 Phone lic Your
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your
TROUBLES. Com and see why yon are so unhappy, when SOCIAl SECURITY OFFICE T::
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, ILL BRICK! "
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made ...._...,,.. = willbegladbhelovouto ,

clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody wel- i 3BEDROOM At the present time there are the local office rather than
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't people In Jacksonville
over 51,000
-- -
center from
mistake t the addressf MADAM BESSIE'is located north of to the payment
As who get social security
__ low act which the check Is received
,: Callahan on U.s. *1, l J3 mile from City of Callahan, Florida. checks each month accotdingtoMOOEL
Mo' With special facilities and new
Phone: 8792250'WATCH James H. Mlddleton Officer In
I p15PLpV procedures, social security
Charge of the Carver Station
offices are able to get changes
from SPORTSMAN MOTEL, Social Security Office. Each of
Open from t to 10 : n made faster,and this means improved
dally a m p.m 2 t' these should know that
f D SALES OFFICE at people servic to beneficiaries
o ,
:JHB CLIPPING ENT'EIESYOUTOXS5.00R. ADINGfor; 32.0tf' Ju DIVISION 620th ST. EXP, any change which could affect with timely payments in .the

RAN PARlK his check should be reported correct amount. The report can
I to the social security office. be made by telephone,letter,or
The report should now be made
in person to the local office
Your professional beauticianknows t
v Changes that should be reported +
the answer. Include such things as

change mailing address, NMM
Ii' change In expected earning, ,
dath of a social security recipient br.
change in marital \
status, i.e marriage, divorceor j'\It"
death of a spouse,and change ;
f in a stmdentbeneflclary's school j -. --...
Why does some hair attendance NEW Yotuc.: By unanimous choice "Soul Brother No. !"'.
'C&X The claim number of the person -' James Brown has been cited by the Music 6 Performing Arts
affected should always be Lodge of Boat Frith to reeeivethe"BumanigrluAward" for
break off
combing? given when notifying social security -' 1969 Burt Bacharsch, composer of the current Broadway hit
:: of changes. Mtdffletotf musical "Promises, Promises" and Hal David, lyricist for
c urges Individuals to get hi touch tte show, will receive the "Creative Achievement Award-
Your hair is precious and delicate.,.and none of us like to see with the local social security Brown Is one of the outstanding Black men In the country today.
It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use office U soon as possible when With his tactics of peaceful coexistence expressed thin his
of hot combs and over.processing of hair with chemicals often there is a change which may musk, Mr. Brown has been a strong factor la cooling ghetto
are major causes of brittleness resulting hair breakage But affect his check. The Carver uprisings in cities an over the country and has gained dignity
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks Station office is located at 218S for Black people by working within their own communities! ..
Off in everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes 4Dr West 13th Street, telephone His achievements were brought out in a recent LOOK Mansin
when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does?' number 791-2517 Office hours article which was re-printed in the current issue of Reader's
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and are 8.30: to 4 :30 Monday Digest. In addition, be is the subject of a LIFE Magasm
tangles so easily that It should be softened before combing. through Friday and ':0 to fearnre story; The recipient win receive their awards at the ,
Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to 12.00 on Saturday d1Jmer-daDcllpoDllortd by the Bona BTith oo Sunday May 25,.
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed In the Trianon Ballroom of the New York Hilton HoteL

: softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage \,' o
: on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely ',',., N YOUR O'"D '. .H.AL1MHlPATlTB
.ti on Clairol Hair-So-New' spray-on creme rinse. For combing 4; ;zr in every sip tttack
< and for ", of V.0.-the Children and young adults are. nuts I-I weeks '
MM beautifying your hair in many other ways, trained N Seagram's
Despite persistent efforts to
the principal victims but when Although efforts to
; beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for Smooth Canadian. eradicate develop an
specific needs. hepatitis, older persons get tb* disease, effective vaccine are being
; your. tilt disease shows a small but the attack Is more severe. pursued none is
' available
Visit expert hairdresser u
your who cares about hair
't t' your care
persistent increase In .
prevalence The onset Is characterised by yet bat if gamma '
" 'f' comfort. Whatever the globulin ist
and nature of hair
your your problems,
In Chicago and In most loss of pains. the lives
" appetite, promptly after a known
: only professional beautician knows the for
) answer sure. ,
large cities across th nation
abdomen) chills, fever,genera- exposure to n person with this
.OpaMal' Inc.IN? Caurtfsy of CJdrol Inc CLXION HUr-ANXGorseEciteCNmttlxnusaseLIroos.WCLreNIxuitCNN5! ; ; C, This Inflammatory disease of0M Used muscular aching, easy disease, the attack may be less
"1r .... .- ."- -" -_. -. .. liver U caused by a virus, fattgablllty: aDd Jaundice The CONTINUED ON PAGE 10I

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I : Sonny Liston Wins $116,000 Suit Involving Claims Of Chicago Bulls Team I


Judge Riles No Contract Was.
Boiling His Bvsiiess

[PAR POINTERS Made Between Fighter TeeM

CHICAGO: Soma) Listen won another match last week, not

...,.r", .. I hosing match, but a kind of bout involving money.

In Spain the rain falli main since the leather i is waterproof, Chief Judge William I, showed cancelled check tor
ly on the plain. But an any it will not curl or crack Shoes Campbell of the United States $2500, mark ed paid la falL
golfer knows, it aim fall on thus retain their new look and District Court, rated against acknowledging
the green And wet weather last longer.The Bentley, upon
play ii nothing to sing about. shop also have a flexible the Chicago Bull basketball the check, claimed that that
With a few adjustments, spike support vulcanized team $116,000 for permissionto was only part of the amount
however' you ran manage reasonably into the ole and fully cushioned serve as the team's press owed. lie claimed also that the
well on soggy course. innenoles. The solos are agent from December 1962 to larger amount was far Us
The key phrase here ii "play joined to the leather upper* ina December 1963. closed circuit
; salary and for
conservatively. bond.
waterproof The two
Don't cut that dogleg quite styles are: an all-white blucher Judge Campbell ruled there'was television rights and wu promised -
to dose if it mean risking a oxford and a two-tone color no contract between two to him orally and
hit into a wet rough. On iron saddle.Mulligans. parties one being Llston's In verbally
shots, always play for the fat which are manu j1\; turational Promotions. Listen,:Jubilant&' commended
part of the n.P h'tf takechances factored by Weinbrennar: Shoe Listen, during the trial, also their.eereet
with a Corp., are available for about :
soaked turf. Trap ran cause $25.00 in leading pro shop
additional problem*. Rain- and sports department. .
soaked trap can become hard-
packed and thui more difficult NOTICE'PARENTS
to handle.

tt r f 1 jiir AND STUDENTS OF THE




A Arc a + NZ ) rp}ttk i.1l ,at, rl
they play In spring t Twl '' The Duval County School Board of Duval County
shower or autumn dew wet This golfer is using hi* No. d4 ti Florida will student
t can now enjoy 8 Iron. The ball will land along on request permit any
: comfort eJ: moisture-proof I the edge of a heavily wooded fit; I'' 'tM S t r' yJ}. > 1' to transfer from a school where .'uden'.o' hit

leather New Mulligan footwear. for men offer to area a near fallen the tree green branch-but next that m .,sr)1> r sw ,aq.r>.,. ,n/ .r 7 kal.. w3 race are a majority to any other school within'

the wear and comfort bonuses will hamper hi* iwing. According ,.,......... .., ..... the system where itudent of' his race are a
of real leather in a waterproofgolf to the rules, what can the '''' '" .
shoe. The leather I* processed golfer do in this situation i ? minority, and The'Duval County School Beard
THREE-POINT PUT: Willie Reed, Ugh scoring6ftlO In'ttar likes to fish and the sibl11sedYee-Winghullon this low main
cons treatment with Syl-Mer, which brand Impart.sili that Answer: The movable rule book obstruction states for the New York knickerbockers of the National Basketball tenance fiber glass beauty trolls as quiet as a sleeping bass. will assign students on such basis.

a barrier against moisture and cm be any removed. If the ball Association Is spending his off-season time boating In his new Re likes to take his family alongfor the ride and the Crestllner,
vet allow the leather to must be moved in to doing, It Crestllner Unskle 17-foot outboard.Reed trallered the afuskle to has an amazing amount of deck space with the convertible.
breathe. This help to assure should be replaced on the Bernice Louisiana, where he grew np, forpertof: the summer top as standard equipment And Willie water skis too. Morrison:'
'the' the foot fairway comfort so Moreover important exact spot, without )penalty He will spend the rest of the time riding oBixing:Island Sound, Gottlieb PhotosStrong The parent or guardian of' pupil should applyfor

.'on near New York City, The boat scores with him In e-8 ways. He such transfer' at'the school! where the pupilIs

assigned for 1969.1970.. This' applicationMUST '
Harlem And Hawaii Get Together let'A Go .Agile be completed and filed with the principal .

Ft on June 9, 10 or 11, 1969. (This is In compliance
luhc'sr Wins NAIA District Meet '
so..acwsrrto.ISe with Court Order issued on August 27

ar o.ra.ass.,.. CHARLOTTE, N.C Corth Carolina UT showed balance in 1967, by the U.S. District; Court for the Middle
both the running and field erects to win the NAIA District 26 District off la.)
If you knew how a fish track meet hers last Wednesday afternoon.
felt when he got out of bed
you'd have a better chance of The Aggies piled up 79 I/I ALT fo>.batl star Henry Hlpps
catching him! points, including sli first wag a double winner tor the

The problem, of course, Is places They were followed by Aggies, having taken both the
to diagnose fish moods. Since Catawba with 60 1/2 points shot Ud the discus throw on
most anglers can't converse High Point with 52, am1' Gull- Noonday. '
with them (although some ford with U. cite'e
claim this distinction), it's
difficult to learn how fish I
greet the day.
Knowing what factor l
influence fish behavior can 'Rqy.3iU oz IiY f 1f17

.'add to your angling tuccen, j
," lay the fishing authorities at '" -
Mercury outboard Sky I' and can
r 7' condition water temperatureand U.S.. 1 CALLAHAN FLA.
water color all determine

t fish's disposition. Successful All/ Your I Heel's it i.i prices
anglers read this mood and Set it h
match It with the correct
casting technique. OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to 2 A

:3- In muddied or brown
water fish are less likely to' {i FAST DRIVE-IN SERVICE HUT UCIM ACTION.., IN

venture from their normal JUST 10 MIN FROM MONCRffiF U.S. 1 AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT .'
lies. They're reluctant to PUT THE otttttI9e .
M' move any distance .to -THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- '
ON TNf trtI
investigate a lure or bait. This 616
means an angler must cast 1 RACES
Relski Vodka 81. $5599. POST TIMR
almost directly over the fish DAU DOUM.I on
to get his attention. Casts M.29fit. 8:15 LAST i IACUADIIISSIDIT
should be more frequent with Calved Gin 5tl SAM os CUM OHIT ahMHJ
less distance between them.In ( Of FREE PARIIIIII
clear water fish are Cahrerf Extra .. 16.295tt I ,1
more eager and will travel
farther seeking food. While Horse Scotch 6.99

Therefore fewer casts are et i I I
heeded, and the fishermancan Canadian Lord tt.99

4_ work a larger territory. Yrjrie Lakes Ciliwbi 1t. t J.6?

t Jacksoaville'Barber

I College ,'
MEW YORK--Harlem hosted Hawaii recently, and S3 neighborhood 'OIIII&Ilerllla4l11
opportunity to watch and learn some Polynesian dances, courtesy of a dedicated memberof I
the community Harlem's Miss Eugenia Fuels opened an after-school center In her neighborhood Eiroll Now Watch Benchmark Bourbon has great heart.v

with her personal savings'.when a day camp In the area closed. Kiss Fuels persuaded -
her landlord to convert two basement rooms Into a play and study center. She painted APPLICATIONS NOW BEING This Clown Because its made by men with great hands.

the rooms a bright yellow, brought ',bI plants and decorated the walls with the children'sart ACCEPTEDTUITION
work. When R.J. Reynolds Foods', learned about lllss FuelTs work, the company pro- HATES AS LOW AS 12-$1 .:'SI I.
Tided Hawaiian Punch for the youngsters Vicki Raclmo, a Polynesian girl who has appeared $Zl.n PER MONTH
on TV for Hawaiian Punch, also volunteered to help. alls Raclmo Is a professional dancer. 31 14 II
She. had no t worked with children so she sought the guidance of a teacher and member of Eater A S.d.Carllr). ; Great hands and brains and that ancient
i the community lUll Edwina Meyers, curriculum supe"lIor, Institute for DevelopmentalStudies >>
t. American tradition of lot (
caring a or
at New York University. Miss Raclmo proved an apt pupil--and 31 Harlem youngsters
enjoyed several afternoons of Hawaiian dancing and Hawaiian Punch. Miss Fiell who participated I .. its craft. Skill plus desire, after all, is what'salways
in the activities said: "The children,were delighted, and we had a wonderful time." 630 DAVIS STREET made one piece of work better than

n 354.9874_ -.. \ .J another. So, if you suspect things aren't
._ made like they used to be anymore, taste
Will Be Among
lob Hayes ,
'1 Benchmark. It'll renew your faith. \

Athletes At Meet 71 15 17 Benchmark-Seagram', Premium Bourbon.
Credit Spot
Fanois pie Waiting- Approved on Measure your Bourbon against it.T ,

TALLAHASSEE: Florida Atlf University will be host from 64 CADILLAC SEDAN 01 VALE! ... .?..... 'IS9i I / 32 22 11 f
Jane 9 to 12 to the 25th annual Fotball Clinic oncONiiniAiiroNpiiinnM'MIIHtYMIW-rtlil.. llti .VoIN'!)"' ... ** '
"111 O'tOMNIf
The hlfh- caliber confab Cowboys 66 CADILLAC SEDAN BE .. '2591 Sometime He'a op, Sometimes
blends professional talen with Coaches invited Include Bugsy 61(0"1"0"III..II'r.V.INI CHEVY II NOVA .' ... $I I79J He'. down He Adds,Subtracts
college, and highEngleburg, head coach of the' AtjiCMAiit row MH iw.,I AcC I tcksaN1/ He works it all around.
outstanding 61 CHEVROLET IMPALA .... $115VI
Rills rt till American
school talent, insofar ggl MM AllinwAII'.rOIMISIttl'Mr I b2113$
football 111111 and heir 61 CAMERO .$2295
apparent to O.J. Simpson; VI IIKMIMAI'. Al'OVAIUfOV/l.>..JIHHW.,'*.'.H6IBONNEVHLE $3195 .

Pepper Rodgers who led the 4 p.1 inr.. VINVI pOric. m i ONiniiriN, IK' t. WINPOAI t MHVl Coming Attraction
University of Kansas in the I0f' AAPtANtf Al/WVtl/ NIK '
1 Orange Bowl in 1968; Ermal 67 FORD V.Ire GALAXII(..500 A>'.''.,...I1'.II..W'$1995AHioNn ,13 -117-43;
Allen, assistant coach of the 61 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $ $ _
tie(ONOII 0\"">,IIH I, INDOS' AND MAIS :''''''.>H.".t u.
Dallas Cowboys. (Of* AAM ANIf _

Jerry Clairbome, head coach .61 PONTIAC TEMPEST, .......,.. $2795
IOM.vs. ''''(''/''K. I if 'i' "KVi, fp"" iifiuwv. HAM, 3 p
of Virginia Tech; Dan Banning, t. IrIY N AIIANIY" *
coach at Florida State 61 PLYMOUTH III $7395 .
.. .,,,nN.1I'' "'''',. mi, rr 1'.1' noun'' ,. AII1' ONPIIIONIM, .
University, and R.E. llosby, of IM IMW ARIANI/ "team Numbered
Cobb High School In Anniston, 67 fALCON fUTUIA ......................... $1695 Days are Yours
." V "n,..,.. IIAN'iMI..IOH.eta, A e I CNI>llinH.ONll Iwo! "'111. Health and Fortune canoe *
Ala., one oftho wlnnlngest high -
i: H'MiwtNrw.' when know your Lucky Days
c school coaches in the south. 67 RAMBLER .. $1295 too wF
.' MNN H tone UH UIOMAI' IsN.MI,/., .
Professional players Include MUSTANG .,. ...................... $I 295 Lacky Colors, Set.
Bob Hayes flanker for the IIOO.S...ffT MM Send $2.00 for your
Dallas Cowboys; HewrlttDlxon, 67 CONpigMltt BUICK WILDCAT .. .;.... $2395 Horoscope Guide for ,
all-pro fullback for the Oakland We Take Deals Where Others Refuse; ; JUNE
RaIders of the American Foot- .r
ball League; Clarence Childs, Credit Approved on Spot Fill in the blank below and
defensive back for the Chicago mall to ZODIAC, Post Office

'win RATES ., Bears of the NFL, and Craig .S.EVANS3rd Bpi 1171, Jacksonville, Fit.
Morton, quarterback torDallaa'
coaches are concerned. All sessions will be held lathe & MAIN :. '
"Aawng those invited is Bob. lectors room of the Jake II 4-131 1 OPEN 'TIL 9:30 '.M.It4.1312 .1(1'I I yras sc ear Lucy ray t ,11r. Is sr. ossp gras a Sons., uvl s, y. t
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Friendly Westside Ideal Ladies Club Sigma Gafeni Rko Mississippi's First Black Mayor Speaks Rev. Sipp Stfccdales $1,000,000

Ckolr Union Meets Ti MM! June 9 Philos In FeteThe .. .-.-" "-,' .... ., Drive For Florida Men College

Tte Friendly WutStdsCbolrS Patios of Sigma Gamma ,
DaloB has been called by Hit. Th Ideal Ladles Club will t
Rho Sorority will celebrate The Florida Normal College Alumni Association and friends
at tbt
Catherine W. Sykes to meet meet Jane t, Monday
their anniversary on Sunday of the late Dr. ..W. Colllei and the late Dr. S.A Blocker
Saturday, to, '. at )Lt. SIDa1 horn ol Itri. Irene Watts 1291
All JI" II. thtEd .catlon have plans for a greater Fli ends Normal College In St.
asked to
Baptist Church, 1551 LeeStreet.Rev. West 31st. arc AYE
of St. Stephen
Building Florida.
be President Gladys
B.J. Lane pastor present ,
The Union's Male Chorus will Benjam la. Secretary, Evelyn Church, Fifth and Davis On October 4,tilt 76th Annlver- County community\ had enjoyed
Is ebllr-
Mrs. Plnkney The St.
meet at 7 p.m. Saturday, June Chester Business manager, Gllmore Is sari tIIt'lorldaloraalIchoo1. for forty-four years
man. Mrs.- Jill and St. Johns County
,7 at kit Sinai Baptist! 1551 Beislt Hills Reporter Mrs.Pauline The Florida Normal Augustine
chairman of tie Program community cannot survive without
College Alumni Associstlonand
W Rev B.J._Lane Is pastor. Singleton
Committee friends of the hUe Dr. N.W. a four-year liberal arts
If Among artiste andgroupllded CoWer and the late Dr. S. college, the committee stated.
for appearance are Mrs. Agnes A. Blocker met at St Marys
Unwind,, Walker Brown, Espllouges Baptist Church, Rev B.L. Hundreds Pack
Sinters, Neal Bland, St. Patterson, pastor, and laid
Stephen Youth. Choir, Mrs plans for a Greater Florida lee AidHorinn
Earth McGowan, Mrs
Normal College la St.
err.4 Marian WhItehead, Mrs. Helen Augustine. During Inspiring
Bruce, dean of hostesses. Incomparable Toe motive for the development .
Ladles and others of a Greater Florida Normal Program
AU are invited. College stems from the loss

of the college program which CONTINUED FROM JlA! El
.' Buy This In nisI! the St Augustine and St. Johns Johnnie J. B.lI. Geraldiue

Black, lisle Blackshear,
LARGE'CORNER: LOT BY A Jaaealta Clarette Brooks

PATIK A 30000.00 Give sway) Children's Robert L. Clark, Esther Cobb,
To you S22Or...O01! Owners sacrifice 4 Day Alphonso L.Cole Debra Coot

\ ....Buyer Gain 2(38 Gloria Y. Cruse, Harold I.i .
\ t Fitzgerald Street-II1Broot 1 :At Two ChrcheChildren's S[ Dennis, Eugene K. Emory
.5, Subdivision Central Best and George Engram, Eleanor
Air..IS large bedrooms living a n Farmeer, John B.Farmer.
Day will be observed
room-dining room-den- Elisabeth Elaine Flnnely,
at two local churches
Kitchen 2 baths-large storage Alberta Louise Floyd and
Sunday.On .
closet-S car garage Can be SQtfi Anniversary Robert Lewis Floyd.
Sunday afternoon at
FHA financed--1500.00 down Holsey And t Catherine Ford, DollleGarvln
CMS, 1200 East Third tilt
Nathaniel C.DudleyRegisteredReal Ford, Sheila Ruth Ford,
children will In
Estate Broker 1171 W. appear a program Josie Wllene Fossett Betty Ree
Women's at the
.TH Street-J54-7596 'ry Day Foster, Ruth Ellen Foster
church will be June 18. Re,.
Institute Lennle Fulwood, Arcble Gallon,
D.A. KeElYlD II astor.
Jr., Vincent Goodman, Edward
then reward yourselfwith At tile Borne of God, 1916
TOOTHACHEDon't Carthage HaH Nellie Gibson
Meharry, Children's will
America's most Day Hall, Theodore A. Hall,Jerome
be oa June 7 Saturday at S
u f r- llivMl I p.m. BW, Louis BUI, Sr., Allene B.i
popular whiskey. Mtofldi *i tnlllloni I do with Hu Southern Division Convention
.J'L. Howard JerryuA. Howard,
7 Crown. Mme duelists recommend will be June IS, 14 tad 19la
Seagram's using oaklEtontil you |ttprotiMiOMl Savannah.He Lola lizard, Verdell McGregor.
Say Seagram's and Be Sure.UCr1YaTIIIGreYlanlYYrelrafrnfMOEIaNISNEr tutimnt X" ;-1 r mortgage will be burned Catherine Cecelia Johnson,
ora'Jel"ITS ::::; .Earl Lee Johnson, Ethel
the Ian
on of the chorea
$| ( -ddPA00F( -db%WUimUl 1 L""aIlL =. on Johnson, Rose Marie Johnson
July Sat 11 a.m. Bishop S.F.
and Virginia Helen Johnson.
inrrrr................ ...iiiMlysi'IIN'1 Bawling of Lexington,.,will c
be the gust ;speaker The Back From VietnamSGT.WqpDROWDENNB
IAn TO Cl1 TIM TI ,fitt- A MAN'S"IL' REPORT OH LEGAL ADVANCESs-Cbarles Ever, recently elected Mayor of Fayette, Miss. church Is located oa Moncrlef
law Creative Force for Black Advance." Sessions between
addressed recently u "Institute colas as a Brooklyn and Xavier
were sponsored in New York City by the 'NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Roads. Bishop Dothaa Faulk is

LOW PRICE, i 91dfO which released its annual report this week. (News Voice International Photo) pastor

.: DRUG" STORE NEEDS S .YOUR( GOOD HEALTH I FIINISIEI APT. Started Miami Mission With 20 lien's' Cimieiiiit'liti liilirKillifi

= : CONTONUED FROM PAGE 8 231$ Kosselle St. S Room Apt.Rice .

lever or completely pre- Location. $17.50 Week Now Has 700 Nit,
81 Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WB WILL ME E7 rented. Toe disease is rarely Water and Sewer. Furnished

:ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. w. deliver* fetal and one attack usually con ,384-8112. MIAMIi-A growing mission. I The Bacon's Cinder ICoUeC-
Jwe also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. f..W.lqlmm\lJllt1.\ has, for 20 years, made phenomenal Kindergarten is having Hi
A spread of this disease is WHYEHOLLYWOOD progress. This growthwas closing exercise Friday night
prevented oa the communitylevel celebrated last week at 7:30: pm. at St. Paul A.M.E.
I ""Do your thing with a 100% by the sanitary treatment HOLDING> BACK the Episcopal Church of the Church with skits of WE ARE
I Dixie Pharmacyj human AFRO hair piece for the wa"*r supply and when Incarnation. YOUNG AMERICANS, TOO ..

men Only 195.00. contamination Is suspected,, by THE BLACK Right Rev. James L. Duncan, AU are invited to see these tn the above, picture, left Is
Also custom made hair pieces wiling all drinking water in suffragan bishop of the diocese, children and the work they have Sergeant Woodrow Dennis and

: 1312 KINfiS IOAI AT MTRUES j and 1st quality wigs for ladles lie home. 'SEX GODDESSES? preached at the service of on display right, Fri ate FlrztClaasi.ewbSmith ;
: for 129.95 fc up. Additional measures Include thanksgiving At 4 p.m. the new Graduates are EUisa Ritas both'of Jacksonville
B The Place' washing the hands with soap vicar, Rev. Kenneth Major,was Barnes Judy Gall Stevens Sergeant Dennis, already
Plus J53. 1511 : and water after each trip to HUE SEPIA celebrant. Angelo X. McKesson, Carol veteran la the Vietnam conflict .
little SAFARI the toilet. and before meals. At I .a.m. and 11 a.m. WhitSunday Stephens, Nathaniel Charles : will leave Sunday for Port
8 PAT Till LICIT, WATEI WBlltJ = Custom Shop Children should be taught not to ; symbolic of the birth- Whlrten, Lorensa Charles Bragg, South Carolina, and will

I. AT III STIIE : 711 Broad.SU.355OiflO put objects other than food in Has the answer date of the Universal Christian Dallas, Nancy Taylor Beatrice return to duty He Is graduated
heir months. Also in this issue: Church at Pentecost, was celebrated. Melvin L. Grant Francine William Names High School

iiu.alt uilwiu.3llu"...' I..aI The guest preacher was Lillian Barnes, Michael and Is 22 years old. Sergeant
ROYWILHNSt Father Richard Barry,product Johnson, Deborah A. Lowe, Dennis has no parents or other
iririiirrrwrr lEST IIT II TOM of the Church of Incarnation Lamorlta T. Butler, Zinc relatives and lives at IMS West
rrrri STOKELY CARMICHAEL and graduate of the Virginia. Morgan, Victor Brown, Sharon 30th. PFC Smith is the son of

u uu a .2 BR TOWN HOUSE SPEAK OUT Theological Seminary.PROILENS Shehee. Gladys Gardner Mrs .Mabell Smith. Sergeant
RANGEJtEFRIGERATOROKI Kenneth Carry, LorerneCalho Dennis, in a visit to the Star,
1w III $SEX1 ,Rory Mlthener, said, "After six years la the
NiIFii1 L' B DIANA ROSS Stephanie Burnadette Allen, United States Army, I am going
S1II lOIN! NO PEP AT NIGH ', Vanilla Brlnson Stanly Stewart, to"make it my home." Bis
LEAVING NO VIM OR VIGOR Roneese Nelson, and, Samuel ,mothers lather, and only sister
JcL%; POOR MARITAL RELATIONSNO Walker. Mrs. C. Demps is a ,died In a home fire two years
S11PREMES? SEX DESIRESINCOMPATIBILITY teacher Mrs.Dorothy.Bacon ago. At that time he was In

is supervisor. Vietnam
VULCAN INC.. tes. If these are your p oblemsud
I you have tied in vain to
u IANNAMERICARD.N St.. James AME Contest
t THE BIG BEAT have them solved Jet us show ,, lily
7003 KEN KNIGHT DR. you the war."GUARANTEED--
768-3479 OF THE MEMPHIS SOUND NO OBLIGATION AND CON. Cones To Eid :Siielay, line 8

+ Get your copy FIDENTIAL. Jast CHECK which

U pf ""SKAT" of JUNE SEPIA problem you have.PRINT YOUR New SL James AME Church., 4 p.m in the church I1Id1t rIam'.
I I 1 1
I 212$ Forest, will be the scene Babies and their parents or
: of the closing**tilt Baby Con: sponsors are: Baby! Kat.lna
REG. 2.55 GOOD P.O. Box
1 N.Y. State's Finest 18-313 SAMARITAN WolJdbur,. N.J. 08096 test Sunday. Rev. AJ>. Burls, Denise Braggs; Baby Kathy
pastor, ha{ announced the Yvette Scott, daughter of Mr.
1 1 Massey Dodge Announces Children's Hour to begin at and Mrs. Dan Newklrk, Baby
GOLD SEAL 1 r SPECIAL iRITI Ronda Boyd, grandaughter of

The Appointment Mrs. Annie E. Bubbard.
Tur Cir ..fiiitiiTiiiy lEI AWT I Other contestants are: Baby

CATAWBA _hi later Tony Wilson, son of Mr. and
1 :SPRING CUSS, Mrs. Robert Wilson; Baby

RENAULT Mow Starting Michael Pratt, son of Mr
SAM HILLAs .VW Samuel Pratt, sponsored by his

PINK eDATS UN 29 Hospital Aide.Class grandmother, Mrs. Minnie
lilisiii I.TRIUMPHMG CasbItrBale..cltrkItIDd"lutn Pratt and Mrs Annie Bell
OR 139f' I. Teachers' Madison,' aunt; Baby AndrewBernard
QTn S FIAT Aide Simon son of Mr.
1 WHITE 1 Sam Bill will solve your transportation SisWwork Free With Piano-Gultar-Tbeory and Mrs Norman Simon, Jacksonville
needs In short notice >aTnlJoo..FlnanclntAvallable.WE'PAINT! Band and Orchestra lustraC01LE6E- and grandson of Mrs.
and work a deal to suit your sob : Reel Morgan of Callahan; Baby
finances. : ., Alexander Bonier son of Mr.
ICING SIZE ,Refrigerators A Ranges BOLD .'$ and Mrs. Arthur Bonier

IEDE MANN Hll West 20th Street sponsored by Mrs.Stllie Paul,

16 of 'POP TOP .,Visit Ir till Sii fill 353-7411 MAIN'S Registrar 35S-9722. Call New St. James; Baby Stacy

; tine BIG Man Beer CANS I- PUNT BODY SHOP Mcsv, ,...., Wed., and frL Semanda Davis,daughter of Mr.
s 5587 Moncrlaf Rd. ':SO to,10:00 I. and 1Ir..DoaaIdDaY1l.andblb1
Richard Ford, son of Mrs.Mary
1.1 .: ; Ford and grandson of Mr. and
The youth will present a

announcesIKISTIATIIRSIIMEI literary program daring this
1 'ua 1 hoar with till children's choir
Till lift
PAK finishing tilt music..Miss
.,;gee Registration for College Credit Cusses Olivia Began studeatat
June 18 (W00 P.M/-4:00 P.M. Registration for evening classes,Southslde Campus Jacksonville University Is tile
1 ," IEDEMANN 1 June 19 (Th) ':30 AM...&.OO P.M. Registration for day ud evening classes,Sonmslde campus. pianist. Mrs. Battle Perry la

Registration for Vocational :Technical and General Adult classes will be held oa the t following schedule: supervisor-director

hilt 12. U. II, I'l, 18, I'. 10, IS, 14. 25 16 1969 : Miss Carolyn Slashes president

1 REG. IMPORTED Central Adult Full-Time Day. UK-I PK Mr, Barry B. 1011t. (Day) 354-3980 of the YPD, will be tilt
.and Evening Center t PM-10 PMS Mr. Paul 0. McCoy (Eve) 353-3017 principal speaker. She will be
1 6.65 FROM ENGLAND Stanton Vocational Fall- PM-10 PM Mr. M. DtVaqU".et 358-SM1 latrodiced by Miss Betty
1 Time Bullock, student Jacksonville
Evening Center
1 Jam 17,11,24, 28,196 University.Miss .
"7 1'1&-10 PII Mr. Frank Doggett Z49-ti635 Olivia Hops will presentsa
; In SQUIRES: o 1 Nathan Fletcher Bedfore lIS Forrest;... 7 1'1&-10 PM Mr. Wendell C. Parker 771-3000 ; organ solo. Miss Mary
99 XewStantoaBSSamielW.WoIfsonBI l' PK-I PII Mr. Charles D. BrooksMr.JohaA.Gellea 3M-901S Williams of Edward College
I r 7 PII-IO PII 7J3-42W will slag. Miss Meredith Perry
LONDON DRY 714-1100 will be mtstressctceremantesMany
7 1'1&-10 PM Mr. Ray Polo
Terry Parker BB /
1 William ISouthslde 7 PM-10 PM Dr.. Andrew A. Robinson 7M05S1Cumberland yaeag __. JaIl sad
a loins artists will appear.
Mrs. W.E.A. Harris, sponsor
j : ot lilt entire project,says mat
94 PROOF such eathelasm tea been
and San Campus ,
Diego .CampuseaTel. evidenced la the contest. There
l389-1321 '
398-1116 will te first second and laird
'i "d prises. 'F'Milt .

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