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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00441

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00441

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Ili the National Urban League and

pr, 1 4 urged even larger contributions. e
from Individuals corporations
LAW CHALLENGED and other private sources
McGeorge Bundy president of
1 the foundation, said the times
demand services and programs

from the NAACP and the Urban
Suit ** ** **** League that are far beyond

Seeks 1* those that can be financed by
Negroes Jail First Negro I *+ one-year grants from the Ford
Ruling On In) II I r Foundation It said a "whole

Is Homed To : new scale" of financial supportIs

AttendanceTALLAHASSEE ----.. ....-.:... Imperative.
For Pulling Down Civil Service ST. PETERSBURG About 10 militant SNCC members ripped a mural from the wall In The foundation gave $300,000
City Hall last Thursday. Five of the group were arrested on felony and misdemeanor charges. to the NAACP and $430,000 to

Four Negro :They say the painting, which shows Negro mlnistrels entertaining about the turn of the the Urban League. The trustees
parent have filed a cult Appeal BoardThe century, Is '"Despicable.' The valuable painting was seriously damaged In a main street Indicated the possibility of
in federal district court challenging City Hall MuralsST. struggle. UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL TELEPHOTO additional grants to these organizations -

!the constitutionality: of Civil Service Commission over the next
!toe several years
state's compulsory school
announced that William Integration
E.
attendance
The provision law. also states that PETERSBURG Six St. Petersburg Negroes who were Fowler Jr., has been namedto Volusia Claims Lomax's Visit

no child can be forced to attend arrested last Thursday, Dec. 29, In connection with the the Commission's Board of Protested By
school tearing of "objectionable" murals from City Hall are still Appeals and Review, He Is the
any in which the races being held in lieu of bonds totaling 54000. first Negro to serve on the It's Seen. HelpfulLOS
when
are comlngled the parents board. Dade StudentsMIAMI DesegregatedDELAND
file objections with the school Bond on the six totals more the despicable mural was Mr. Fowler ANGELES- memberof
board. than $54,000 on municipal and removed from the wall of the was a Louis Lomax's visit to North

The suit was filed by the Tallahassee state charges. Individual bonds City HaiL We feel another Department the Appeals of Council Educa-In the -Mays Junior-Senior -A request approved here Tuesday by the Volusia Viet Nam could be instrumental

NAACP chapter and ranged from $9,750 to 18,000. tion and Welfare Health before High School was boycotted by County School Board seeks to end federal court orders on in arranging a peace settlement
four parents against county Arraigned and being !held la f joining, the Commission 1,3000 students Tuesday desegregation under which the county school system bas been between the United States and
school Supt. Freeman Ashmore lieu of bond were: Joseph He Is staff In protest of plans to make operating since August 1962. the Communist country, it was
aDd members of the school Wailer 25, of 2550 Harrington a lawyer with trial experience fist| school an integrated Junior Board John revealed.
at the State and attorney Mattlngly suit could be closed out.
city
board and asks Judge Harold A".; Joseph Walls, no age Federall.vela. .high All but eight students and Warren ,Hall Jr., special The board approved application Lomax It was noted, Is the
Carserll to convene a three- listed" of 1101 Woo Court S.t; participated in the boycott legal counsel to the board first American to go to Norm
on for aid in
As member of the Boar federal projects
Judge panel to make the 'Lemuel. Green, IT 'Z50I 3Oh'Ave. .", tyout 25 parents and. children Viet Nam. with a valid passport.
.
Hevlew'he -desegregation matters
of Appeals and will , picketed the school t in south
.
determination. S. Tommy Williams M The
; country; Is ordinarily -
the to the
petition
help to resolve cases that deal John smU.,. They Include:
One of the parents.Mrs.AddleB. of 515 Jordan Park; John es- Dade County. off limits to American
Federal District Courtat
with removals demotions and Grants to establish a pilot:
Crutcher has kept her child ley Bryant, 25, of 1110 37th Dr. Joe Hall,\ Dade County, Jacksonville to make a citizens *
out of school for three months. St. S.; and Crawford Louis layoffs suitability for Federal school superintendent said he temporary Injunction againstthe project In mathematics, a pilot In North Viet Nam. Lomax
They nave hired a tutor whichis Jones, 19, of 1562 15th St. S. employment and examination would "be glad to 'make any orders permanent. school for the Head Start could turn out to be a valuable
permitted under law and the As a group of 10 marched ratings, and cases related to adjustment within reason that "Volusia County has compliedwith program'for five years, portable contact between the country's!
county gets a progress report from city hall, waving a corner charges of discrimination.: The could be made to get the and beyond the requlretmeat's laboratories for countywide Communist rulers and the
board
from the child's parent monthly. of the painting, one shouted, on which he serves Is I children back in school where of the use, establishment of American officials
the desegregation
highest level of administrative
The tuft seeks an injunction "Move over or we'll move you they can learn .something orders Mattlngly said countywide art centers a Since Lomax will be in North
MARVIN
to prevent enforcement of the over I" DAVIES discrimination review in cases of He said each absent child will The Volusia, public school reading and language arts Viet Nam, not u State Department -

challenged section of law pending Detective Homer Allen accompanied method could have been employed :. complaints.Mr. get an unexcused absence on system has been in full compliance center and for a working relationship representative nor a
Fowler entered the
a final court ruling in orderto the marchers from to accomplish similar Federal his record and a grade of sero with the court order with the Deland-. violator of UA passport regulations -
keep officials from harassing City Hall to Sixth Streef and results. We, as concerned service In 1861 u a in all classes and the same since the beginning of the 1966- Daytona Beach: Arts and Science he wW be In a
Central leaders of the St. Petersburg special assistant to the Attorney thing will happen Wednesday Museum for use of facilities.,
parents who keep their Avenue He said he General 67 term and bas operated ahead position to be an impartial
children out of school. showed them his badge and community oppose any act tbeOrpnlze4Crlmeand if the children are absent. of the court order schedule Mrs. Jeanne Goddard of Or- "go-between" between the U.s.
It asks an Injunction to prevent identification and said, "Stop which defaces public property. Racketeering section of the Two years ago the school from the start.Mattlngly mood Beach was re-elected and North Viet Nam govern
Department of Justice. Hebecame
"However we too board announced plans to phase board chairman and
officials from refusing to right here you're under are said the court would Richard ments.
opposed to stereotype _a Hearing. Examiner out the senior high at Pearce of Deland vice chair
transfer the children of the arrest. any grades retain Jurisdiction but if the His being a Negro In a Far
Negro plaintiffs from segre- The painting valued by artist painting of any nature. Some in Education me Department of Health, Mays by next September.Hall request Is approved, the law. man East country which Is Itself
and Welfare
fated schools. George Snow Hill at $15,000 people attempt to Justify the April, recommended month The board reappolnted Mat non-white, could also help thaw
-One provision of the pictures Negro wandering appearance of the mural as 1965, transferred as a Hearing that nearby white pupils be tingly attorney. T. E. North Vietnamese officials and
challenged law lets parents who musicians entertaining peopleat one of historical accuracy. Examiner to the Department assigned to the school next Negro Children Smotherman of Deland, Boyd move them toward consideration -
object to sending children to a picnic. Davies went on to say not all of Labor in July where he was year so It will become an integrated DeLoach of New Smyrna Bra.in of peace terms.

integrated schools register objections St. Petersburg leaders of the things that are historically cited for helping to Implementthe Junior high. About 300 .Placed In White and Pearce were officially Lomax was to visit! North Vietnamese -
with the school board Florida NAACP chapter stated accurate. are pretty to see. He Labor Department's program senior high pupils would be seated following their President Ho Chi Minn
and, if there Is no other school they believe the City Hall mural said It was "Inconceivable under Title ( of the Civil taken to Integrated high schools Canadian Homes re-election last November : and Premier Pham Van Dong
which will or can take the child is indeed offensive-tat they for example that the c.O Rights Act of 19M, and transferred in the area. foui-year terms.: among others.
be is exempt from the law described U "unfor11l lte" the would want a mural showing .. back to HEW> as a The board has not yet acte4on TORONTO (NPQ- Seventy The other board member Is _While! be was briefed by U.s.
requiring attendance at school action taken to removing it. bombings and killings caused\ member of the Appeals Council Hall's recommendations. Negro children have been placed L. W. Summerlin of Daytona officials before he left, he
between the ages of 7 and 16. After a meeting of Negro by American atomic bombs In of the Social Security Administration Earl A. Wells principal of in white homes during the last Beach. He and Mrs. Goddard stressed that he was not an

In a letter to the school superintendent leaders Marvin Davies, state Japan In World War D.' In December of 1965. Mays High, said on a normal three years, the Social Planning have two more years of their "agent of the State De
and board, Mrs. field director of the NAACP "Until the attitude of the general Before entering Federal day only 75 to 100 pupils ate Council: of Metropolitan Toronto terms to run partment."
said. public: Is ready to accept service he served as City absent has reported.The .
'Crutcher a leader of the
NAACP's educational improvement "It is highly unfortunate that Negro history u a natural Prosecutor In Akron, Ohio, Betty Gilkey district superintendent organization Involved in He'll Help In Fund Raising Effort .
committee said the development in American history First Assistant Law Directorof said two of the a three-year campaign to have

committee has reaffirmed its we will continue to oppose I Akron, Assistant Generalof district's 23 elementary Negro children adopted by white, t!
position that "there is In the Becomes First Negro this type of stereotype." Ohio, and Chief of the Highway schools also are somewhat! parents reported that 23 Negro

field of public education no The statement was made at Division of the Onto affected by the boycott. She children were placed In Negro
place for the doctrineof Revenue Director the NAACP state headquarterson 'Attorney General's office: said about 127 pupils attended. .bonus during the same period.
Fowler, 44, was bora In Akron. Pine The council the
separate but equal." The 22nd Street South. Darles Villa Elementary with started campaign
called for made It following a meeting, Be attended public schools an enrollment of about 1,000 after learning of the lack
group complete integration SPRINGFIELD: DL -(U'L!}- there earned a B. A.. degree
with Dr. Fred Alsnp, Dr. and Goulds Elementary bad 200 of adoption homes for Negro
the
of schools
and
Theodore A. Jones of Chicago !I In political science at the of and
elimination of "tokenism." Ralph Wlmblsh, Dr. G. H. Leggett an enrolled 324. part-Negro children.
The became one of the highest rankIng attorney Frank Peterman 1 University[ of Akron and an Some 123 whites made applications -
board was asked to Negro officials In state I LL.B degree from Fordham
any and Louis Harper Incoming Parties 'AcceptMediation for Negro children:
employ a civil rights coordinator -
when he was named state University School of Law. He
to president of the St. Petersburg Some of them withdrew, including
help implement court revenue director effective Jan Is a veteran of naval service
who
the NAACP. one couple
ra.DAD.of;
rulings against segregation.Tuskegee OfferIn
1. In World War U.
("couldn't see the child for the.
kY
NAACPInvestigates Jones resigned u regional Union SeeksTo He Is married to the former tolerance," according to social
director of Chicago of Norma June Roxborough, and Police DisputeNEW workers.
the Office of Economic Opportunity Scrap. Negroes they live at 1620 Underwood The program aroused a bit
to take the state Street NW., In Washington. His YORK NAACP attorneys of resentment among some of
position. Be is the first Negroto ScoresNEW stepson Claude representing the
Police Shake High Roxborough the city's 6,500 or so Negro
Up serve as Illinois revenue 19, Is a sophomore at Rutgers Guardian's Association of residents, who ''disliked the
director and the second Negro YORK.-NAACP direc- (pre-law) Negro policemen: In New York I
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala. tor for labor association of t the Negro with
Herbert freshmutHowaohnrd
appointed by GOT. otto Earner program It, 1 s a CIt y have agreed to accept '
The Tuskeiee Branch: of the legitimacy Implicit In ,i
Hill, !lauds New York State's
Theodore ,W KheePs
to a cabinet position. University (pre-med). offer to
NAACP is to hie
investigating the recent Commission for Human Rightsfor make special campaign Negro,,
The first White a "wholly private effortat
was Sylvester ,
shake-up in the city ef now a Cook County Circuit Its decision to go to court IRS Takes Over mediation" in their dispute children adopted. .
the "Few would that
Tuskegae, police to save the high scores achieved with the Police question
Benevolent Association.
department. Court Judge who was directorof subtle prejudice against the
Liquidating Corp.
on an aptitude test
recently .
The order the Department of Registration Negro exists" in Toronto
directing change the
in assignments, NAACP and Education.: taken by Negroes seeking JobsIn PITTSBURG -- The Internal The Negro policemen objectto council said. "Yet most people
Jones was president-elect of the sheet-metal Industry. Revenue Service: the PBA's use of funds from would
officials say came the day the Supreme Life Insurance Says Mr. Hill, "Since 1964 bas taken over a corporation dues of its members in Its door to probably the agree that the
after a Council meeting where Negro's full participation
It (Local 28 of the Sheet Met- ,
set to successful referendum
city policemen registered Company of Chicago at the time 19 liquidate the assets battle In the total life of
complaints al '
concerning policies and of his OEO appointment a year Workers International Association of the old Pittsburgh Courier. against the Civilian Police Review this community stands ajar." -sr,- ::,-
ago. ) has admitted a total The name and goodwill of the Board. In their suit they 1
practices: In the policedepartmepU
of 15
A trustee of the University of Negroes into Its apprenticeship company-tut not Its physical also seek to obtain a new ..

The department shake-up Illinois, be formerly served training program. It assets-were bought by election of PEA officers and Riding ,Donna Hill {-,..,-dd Texan and 1967 March of Dimes Foster
Involved the change in U executive officer of the U apparent that it intends to Defender Publications, which changes In the Association's Child, has landed another enthusiastic supporter) tor the January "T
assignment of several policemen duty- President's Commission on accept no more than this token also puts out the Chicago Dally bylaws.Mr. RICHMOND, Vw,--Tbe' campaign let funds Berkeley 0. BurreU, Washington, D. C..'
one a Negro desk Fair Employment Practices. number." Defender and other newspapers. Kneel has asked former clan was riding again In this Dixie president of the National Business League. He will aid In t tte
sergeant assigned to pacrol Jenes, a certified public accountant "Ironically th, charge now 14 Assets of the old Pittsburgh Police Commissioner VincentL. state, where the organiza fund raising effort which will supply'tM doOara needed by
duty and a captain at the police It a graduate of that the Negroes did too wella, Courier are being liquidated Broderick and State Senator tion's resurgence was reported; The National Foundation-March of Dimes for research, public
force also assigned to patrol Wendell Phillips High School. the test,although for mary long by the Pittsburgh liquidating Basil Patterson to serve with amid Gov. Mills E. Goodwin's education and patient aid for !the thousands of victims of birth!
duty. Chicago and the University of years the.union Insisted that Corporation, beaded by Mrs. him. He expects to meet with crackdown: on KKK,cross burn- defects. Your help is needed,too In order to lessen the crippling

Negroes'.1[ere_pot qualified? Eunice Cook .. the groups on ,Jan. 6. 1967., lap suffered by tens.: of thousands of Infants bon each year.



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Published by the Florida Star :By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.

HOPES FOR THE NEW YEARn


Is traditional at the start of a new year to look ahead at
] what the nest twelve months will bring and commit ourselves
NEGRO P j to Biking it a better year than the last.
The central problem facing the nation In 1967 will be to solve
the Increasing decay and the bitterness in our cities. The
inhuman conditions of ghetto life and the resulting/ (frustration
ERIC 0. SMPSON..... | among young ptople who see themselves boxed,'
TEXTBOOKS in by a hostile, prejudiced) society are symptoms''' "
HILDA WOOTEN. TEACHING .<. of the disintegration: of urban life. Unless these
r problems are resolutely attacked our cited are
i RACE HATE doomed to yearly bouts of civil disturbances.',

2323 Moocrief, Road AGAINST ..r.kNEGIdsf \ I hope that 1967 will see a more realistic I _
method of offering token prices like swimming pools or crash
MiiliDf progrms after a riot has occurred Is unrealistic. I hope that
painful message baa t1na1l1 become apparent tolocal leaders and
that all of our cities take immediate steps to alleviate the horrors -
P.O. Boi 599 M: UI l A of slum life.
The wide Interest stirred by the Senzte bear ings on the "crisis
( \ yr. of the cities" leads me to hope that all elements of our society
4A will cooperate> in attacking the despair which entraps millions
"5018 NW 7tk Aie. of ghetto dwellers. An encouraging sign is the greater InterestIn
r ,r r urban problems) by private industry, foundations, and other
SUBSCRIPTION SYSTEM rfongovernmental groups.
One Year, $6.00 Half Most Important on the list of urban problems is housing. Millions -
Nailed to You Anywhere In live In deteriorating homes, damaging to the health and
oppressive to the spirit. While there are signs that government
Subscription payable and private Industry will explore new ways to cooperate In
Send Check or Money building and rehabilitating- .bousing racial descriminatioo -
FLORIDA STAR remains the main stumbling block to decent housing for

Jacksonville 1, Negro citizens.
Ghettos exist because Negroes are rarely I allowed to mov into
other neighborhoods. Unfrotunately, the Civil Rights Act off
,
1966 which would have limited discrimination in housing was
What Kind Of Grade i1 killed, but the President still has the power to Issue an executive ,
order which would accomplish similar sesults. hopej
A number of American that 1967 will see such an executive order, for if steps are not
versities are operating taken to end housing descrlminatlon, our cities are doomed and
and quarter system HIM A will perpetuate Negro ghettos ringed by a"white noose" of suburbs
received their CHANCEI harmful to both human value and the Ideals of democartlc

Christmas' holidays .wwwww./wwwwwwwww..rn_,.a, life.Other elements of the 1966 Act should be revived as well. Because
Many of them will be : I of Congressional objections to the housing section of the

others will be bill, these measures were also killed,but had tyhe stood alone;
An observant student can ti 1 they would have commanded a majority. They dealt with Jury
good guess as to what his I reform and much needed protection for civil rights workers
nine times out of ten, he 1 and other citizens from attempts to prevent them from eifercislng
their Constitutional rights I look froward to their
more than 10 grade points. L '
do this if he 1 enactment In 1967.
especially Guide I am hopeful too, that 1967 will bring renewed vigor to the
work well each day. badly faltering! "war on poverty". Budgetary cuts have crippled .
An interesting article j 1 ) an already undernourished program. Most harmful were

in Mccall's Mag a z i the sharp cuts In the community action programs. These
*
Bird, Johnson daughter of vital programs replace apathy and despair with hope>> and involvement
She stated "Most and give the poor some control over their own i
mirror reflecting the 1 destinies. To end these programs would be to turn the "waron
poverty" Into Just another welfare
program.
the subject and a way of There are many other areas in which I hope we will see progress -
selves and others how m u DAYS FOR f in 1967, but it is apparent that, despite the greater

produce. Beyond 1 participation of non-governmental agencies and Individuals,
important to me because I' 1 the basic decisions! affacting the future millions of Americans
thing I made on my own, TRAVEL 1 living in poverty will be made In Washington and in the statehouses
result of who my and city halls across the nation. I hope 1967 will seethe

sorority I belonged to or 1 gight against poverty and racial discrimination removed
I once and for all from partisan politics. Great national issues'
-- -- -- - .-
I had. They were something - -' - -- t
have always transcended party politics, and I hope that the effort -
were not given to me, and LIBRA CAPRICORN to build a better America will get the same priority and
I had a constant' desire to BORN SEPI.( ) BORN DEC. the same leadership that have marked other great national
efforts of the
by. thgn. past.
The President' 1 j daughter" j BONDS't.t ',OCT. 23rd 22nd "JAN 19th r

thing which we think other the Stars. Something 'Ifs Sunnier Heave your sigh What About, Our Natural Resources ?
profit from. "They ( and perhaps mys of relief as long u you have navigated ,
Is taking place In tile safely over the shoals
thing I earned and were Once the United states boasted about |
of your life siting that may have been encountered ,
Its vast natural in' I
and I found that I had a of your life setting during the few previous days. resources lumber
to measure myself by them. for the fulfillment of You may now figure on having crude oil coal and so on. We are

Far too many college Do not be dis left them behind for good with using up these resources so fast that It
to cheat on examinations in by the temporary worr- little chance of encountering y makes us wonder will we develop a
passing grades. They try omforts that are en- others within the predictable fu shortage.A .
with their classmates, The ml meaning of what ture. The planetary accent now serious shortage might well develop
,and where this Is falls on you and on what you may and the
extend
the brain of other of It will depend how
upon upon
>> take,oJ,should be made do to rise to your full potentials
the pride of knowing that before fiery long. u regards personal well-being many new and additional sources we can

made the course grades, and to receive a mess and appearance, economic security establish a program of conservation of

not given to them or your intuition,,when social recogninonardintellectualaccomplishments. our natural resources.
Lynda B. Johnson stated sb blessed with one, for it .The For instance, we fear a coming shortageof
to measure her you with exact type area for you to explore new phil crude oil. it is reported that 11
grades she earned. The : I that you should fol osophies, horizons, or regions million barrels of oil each day. '
to obtain the In may also be heralded under unusual
the' more she was motivated I results. and exciting circumstances Our authorities tell us that our total
better. 80 potential of crude oil supply is between
77 H
531
Many students go to 200 and 600 billion barrel a One thingwe

cause It is the proper 2.10.77.18.959AQUARIUS do know, there is no danger of runningout

because their parents want SCORPIO of crude oil in the near future.

an institution of higher .BORN OCT. There is a margin of safety for us, since

they of a truth do not have JOY 22nd BORN JAN. reserves in oil in foreign countries can

idea of what it Is all to Think. When'you 20th FEB. 11th. be tapped. Yet, because *a have plentyof

We urge each student intellectual powers to it's reserve crude oil, we should not get
develop a personal can rest assured that backward examination Is considered Time LookIng by- in the habit of waiting this valuable,
come up not only with
resource.
so that the grade he many to be a purely negative Pare
answers, but a
something when viewed In pastime. While this may be tr
more to boot. IPs a
!} habit to get into, and to a large extent it may have its 'The Ludowici Racket In Georgia
Striking Match On A Wet t I have all the incen positive side in certain cases.For .
Instance, planning for the
Southern civil-rights occasions apply this future is much more effective The little Georgia town of Ludowici Is
hy for yourself. Tray
when a store of knowledge and once again in the news by its unsavory
to
get Christian church each cahnce you '
of precedents is used u a guideline reputation in giving tourists a hard way
activity that would help, : discuss acquaintance for the most thourough and to go. This is the brand name that thp
can the
men met with a cold .recepti ,and a wholesome topics cur comprehensive drawing up the, American Automotive Association (AAA) has
conclude: given the town.Reputation
everything in necessary blueprints. An inner .
"It was like trying ,to I provide more educat-gen fear or existing world conditions : It, according to the AAA isa
on wet window pane. : for you than a, could induce you falter, notorius speed ,trap for Florida-bound
The foregoing statement is of books. but this should be only for a. motorists. Now, it has added one thing
and goes' to prove that :from fleeting moment. Take strength more --- an automobile car repair trap or
mate
your or anyone else racket.
not practice what they close to you who has plenty of "The racket Involves car-tampering
nor are their words and : ,It to spare ,
the phony repairs, and exorbitant charges. "
same thing. There is SAGITTARIUS 6.70.99.14.210
Upon reliable ,
source
one lady whose
ity and hypocrisy in the : BORN NOT name is omitted for obvious reasons said

hinders the mission of the DEC. 21st Pls'cnBOBN that she' stopped for gasoline and a hood
Some members used the fU. check. "I was unable to start my car
symbol and take Emerges: Waste after that "
pride in she said. "Later
on, a
over the events of the 19th MAR 20th.Sweep
instance, that I am a quarter for boy handed me a $49 bill for Ignition
Presbyterian you may all before you. Pass the repairs. "
or Baptist.
aware of their real
Sunday School and church, IfsaUlnyourfav- first Z days cettlnepo1aed and Florida businesses should have an interest -
mwking time in order to obtain
dues b in this case, for this racket
You
attend board be. can short a fast start right after the Moon can
think they have entered all the loose threads has been declared new. From discouraged some people from coming to
to the
termed 'My father' weaving them Into a then on, unless you trip yourself state If they have to motor through
Georgia. Warn
rlslngfame and all of friends
pros- your and
Often we like to up through miscalculation,yeu
see people relatives
church This will be all the more should be leading the field In about this racket town. and how
and
answer "amen!I' In the cases ofth. to avoid passing through it.
your greatest hopes
Opportunities -
. mean It wholly, but at who are qualified by will be crowding from

some. spiritual fire. They profession,calss and all sides and there Isn't a single
,IA words at any rate. For you,there OM that deserves to be turned Let Each One Develop A Hobby
Remember, the church is not limits to the heights to' down. W.uetheryouareInsocial

where people meet on are capable d rising or club circles, weddings and Americans have the bad habit of rushing
are capable of
no' wonder the match won't friends, no matter rising. apt other lotakeplaceandleaveanhaprint glamorous functions are along madly In life to pile up security
window pane. for themselves when they
they may that will not seem be ef-, are old. Yet,
freedom you to take a faced. Many of you maybe cal- when they 'retire they feel lost and un
Keep In
your step or to lnY.stGUr led upon to act as presiding officer wanted, because they have nothing to do ;
U.S. SAVINGS' that have been administrator, or In any to occupy their leisure time. "

: drawn up. capacity of great trust. Never_ get too busy to develop a form of
1-60-, << 17 -324 I,- 40.66.16.54. recreation early in life. '

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Begona Club Meets .. WEDDING BELLS':1:


SOCIALLYSPEAKING Sherwin Lewarrln Cooper, William John Sams Jr., 1609 1
'J- rr Schnectady, N.T., U and Mary W. 21st St. 23 and T&elma ;
Lee Irby, 6440 LockhartSt. Gloria Henry, 1726 W. 23rd r
With Louise Gulnyard St. 24.Joseph.
Kenton Lee Brown, 1770 PayneSt
Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Crawford (Marion) 20 and Patricia Ann Smith, Jerome Upson, 1306
spent the week-end with Mrs. Crawford's U01 W. 13th St., Apt. 4, 20. Rushing St., 18 and Cynthia
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I I. Aveilhe, Ann Powell, 1619 W. 6th St,
and Mrs. f'Ji'PV30" her oreat-grand- Edw. Clabroo Brown, Nov Apt 2, 18.
mother, their York City, N.Y., Z3 and Emma
Crawford Is Evergreen Avenue home. Lula Ford, 1656 W. 36th St..32. Charlie. Smith Jr., 21SS Session t.
Associate Consultant of Lane, 23 and Erna Roth
the South Florida School DesegregatJorv Charity Curry, 572 Junes., Williams, Alexandria La., 20..
Consulting Center, University Miami.: 21 and Eva Lois Lane, 1836 W.
Mrs.? Crawford is with the Broward County 24th St., 19, ,Alfred Benefleld, Houston,
public school system. N Wilson Smiley, 70S Richardson .Tex., 28 and Mamie J. Perry,
Rd., JO and Rutha Mae Johnson 1581 W. 9th St., 24.
t t t t t t t t 102 W. Z8U1 St., 17.
Mrs. Theodore Ernest Freddie Walker, 1256
L. Redding of 1905
Myrtle Edgar Hightower, 1210 Harrison W. Duval St., 28 and Emma14NLCbols
Avenue is recuperating at home after St., 21 and Sheila Ann Simmmons 708 DeWitt.,19.JClrk .
undergoing surgery at a local hospital. 2569 Spires St., It.
'
Latest reports indicate that Mrs. Redding Douglas, Floyd. 1237 E.
jsjnaklng"!. excellent.progress.) Willie Wright, 5335 Dodge Rd., 24JH St.. 20 awl t Frederica Dlx3on :
62 and Eloulse Willis, 133i Savannah, Ga., 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Redding were hosts to their i Spruce St., 47.

daughter, Barbara Martin of New York City Julius King Jr., 1305 Cedar
during the recent holidays. Islah Oliver, 707 Mars Venus Ausex, 20 and Gwendolyn S.
Ct., 36 and Harriett O'Neal ,Butts, 716.Ct F, 25. 1,
.tsttttt Byrd,513W.17thSt.,21.

Classic Lassies Bridge Club held its Ralph Young 2722 Hamilton Claude Franklin Jackson, 1'14'1Loran 1
annual brunch last Thursday morning In Circle, 23 and Helen Earnestlne St., 24 and Loretha Williams ;
the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson. Jackson, 1959 W. 25th St. 22. 1763 Logan St., ZOo t
the guest list for the occasion included
The 'names of Mrs. Helen Coleman of Tallahassee "Ch rles. Stevenson Hamilton,'* Freddie Leroy Jones,Tallahassee t
mother of Mrs. Henderson ; Mrs. 1538 Ella St., 20 and Barbara Fla., 22 aDd Josephine J
Mildred Washington of Miami Beach; Mrs. Jean Solomon, 1202 W. 6th St., Whitehead, 1448 Illinois SL,
Mary Stokes of St. Paul Minnesota 18. 20. ,
; Mrs. -- ----
Margaret Starkes; Mrs. Vanette Thayer; The Begona Ladles Club met recently in' 'committee ; Mrs. Rosa Evans, ass stant"
Mrs. Thelma Lewis; Mrs. Minnie Thurston; the home of Mrs. Ethel Jackson, 1211 West chaplain; Mrs. Mildred Thomas, president:
Mrs. Ruth Bonner; Mrs. Bonnie L. Wilson; 18th Street, with Mrs. Lucille Jones as Standing from left are Mrs. Elizt>ethr
and, Mrs. Janet Johnson. co-hostess. Plans were made for their Wilson Mrs. Lucllle'Reese Mrs. chef'
Participating members included Mesdames Christmas party. Shown sitting from Jackson hostesstreasurer and Mrs.
Lois Avery Hazel Pink, Henrietta Howard, left are Mrs. Janie Hill chaplain ; Mrs. Lucille Jones recording secretary.
Joan Spaulding Juanita I Williams I i Sara Queenie King financial 1 sec.ret.arli.t1.rs.: Others members are not shown. _

Wright, Helen Toney, Dorothy Oliver Grace Beatrice Jackson, chairman of refreshmentMakes ti __ J I
Sykes Geneva Henderson and Carolyn
Washington.Mrs. Annual TV Appearance
Thayer, Mrs. Starkes, and Mrs. Avery. Med ScheduledTroop
.were high scorers in the bridge session.
7 x ,
d 226 Cadettes ct 'Mt'; '
During the awarding of bridge prltes, .- Ararat Baptist Church are to '
club members exchanged Christmas gifts meet Monday, Jan. 9 at 4 pm.
Scouts are urged to attend
t t t t t t t t the meeting so that business

Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Gardner Sams, Jr. were of Importance may be
hosts to a party held recently in the I I discussed and registration dues

Durkee Dr.lve home of Mrs. Vivian Chavous paid. : :
. Mlngault. Guests of honor were Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Suggs, formerly of New York "A frank'and uninhibited
City and Mrs. Mary Stokes of St. Paul exposition of the onrush
Minnesota.The sf physical desire!I"
guests of honor are cousins of Mrs. -Boilvy Crowthtr,N V Tcmtj"A
Viv.ian Manigault Mrs. Loul.se'Sams, and ,
J. Gardner Sams, Sr. truly adult love storyl!
It is a beautiful film, ",
.ttttt f finely madeluOMCnit !1" KEN KNIGH1Ui
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The Jefferson .. H.'rrobunejJo ,, _, .
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Street home of Mr. and r ;N r ] 4 J.'nvites "
Mrs; 'John Wheeler provided,' the' setting ',//,1*#'!oJ'!' ,vjllt I ,$' '"--' You 'To LiateiTToKG "
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for the annual Christmas party of Sophis r

tlcates Bridge Club. Shown are members of the Darnell Cookman Jr. High School seventh : u..... lAND
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Rubin grade ensemble as they made their annual appearance on the Ken I .Irre. ;),o,." : : I
Brooks; James Martin; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin I iI" _
Knight Show. Members shown front row left to right are Carol
White York City; Miss Sears Gwendolyn'Richardson Leapheart of New edwards, Carolyn Buckholtz, Janice Pierce, Mary Mopp and 'Beverly I STRAND THEATRE'Suaay UDAN PARTY"
; of Atlanta, Kensey. Second row from left are Toni Dixon Sybil Williams, Jan.8No ,
Georgia; Releford McGriff; Mr. and Mrs. Re 11(ford. Back left Ernestine Starting I
Juanita Adams and Connie
row
are
Niffltfr l 11:30': 112:00 .Saturday 9
Preston Fllmore Miss ; : own.
Catherine ; Mary L. Perry; Mrs' ,. Brown Lauretta Hansberry Patricia Smalls, Vera Legree and one Under 18
T. Jackson ; Mrs. Jessie .M.. Marilyn Smith. TTfe group Is under the direction of Miss Guelda Admitted Unless With Parents WRHC 1400
Fears; William' H. Bowens of Winston Salem; Joyce White. .. J4W -. .
No "r t h Carolina; John Merrlweathers; -

Ambrose Mitchell ; Raiford I Brown II ; Calendar Stanton Vocational l ENROLL INBOLDEH'S
Clarence V. Bostick : William Streets.: and,, .
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Adult ADULT CLASSES.Startiig'
The
SOphisticates'
membership roster is Glendale-Flower .
comprised of Mrs. Club will I
Ambrose
Mitchell Mrs.
Classes
; present a program Jan. 14 at Sewing .
John Wheeler 21
flhurJ
; Mrs. James E. Bennett; Mrs. Brooks Prayer House, 1408 .
Irma J. Murray; Mrs. T. V. Thomas; Mrs. Tyler St., from 4 to 6 p.m. Stanton Vocational High
Mildred) J. Hampton; Mrs. Marie B. McClain; Evangelist Bessie E. Mason School, 521 W. Ashley St. con-
Mrs. Jonathan McCone, Sr. ; Mrs. Rudolph will give toe Christmas Story tines to offer Beginning and
Galvin, Sr. ; Mrs. Raiford Brown, II ; Mrs. and Mrs. Christine Campbell Advanced Sewing, Dress-
William Streets; and Mrs. Clarence V. will conduct tbedeyo ons.G1fta maker's Tailoring and Food ,
Bostick. will also be exchanged by the .Preparation and Service. t
members. These. classes are held Monday
tttttttr tttttt through Friday from 8:30-3:00
and Interested adults may enroll
Dr. and Mrs. A I b e r t Spruill of In one or more of these classes
Greensboro, North Carolina spent the The 5th Saturday Masonic at the school
Christmas Holidays in Jacksonville as District meeting for Duval and All classes are under the
guests of the Clarence B. adjacent counties will be held direction of the Duval County rT
Bostlcks of
Jan. 7 in the Masonic
6072 Ribault i I Road. They Temple, Board of Public Instruction,
were accompanied beginning at 7 p.m. Ben Durham, principal.
by their sons Wesley, Ogden, and Ronald. Worshipful masters have been
Dr. Spruill I is Professor of Education at asked to have candidates present X..p frtedosj Ii your futon with
A&T College, Greensboro. as the Masters degree will
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A PRAYER FOR YOUTH Rev. G. Morse Housewives League Holds Meeting

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r Delivers SermonFor d '.."\I I I TWO :
rn a .11"1"' t
"1: : : w1A1 1NF BIBLE

Installation (, 1, : ',' ft. aY COINIUUI a. SUM rut
/. ; I UIIAN Hill OCMTT """ .J
Rev George Monroe will deliver CMCAOO MMW 4O4M (1 J
the sermon for the. 1"

installation service Sunday It k' :
I p.m. In Central Sip Jet ." .1t THREE BILLION WILLS
',
Church. '
The members of the districts. As long ai ma n remained obedient themselves, with fallen natum and
0 departments and officers will .t :/ to the will of God hu Maker all will. of their own, until today we

be Installed Senior Choir I a'' v yV6, I was well with him. Hia life war have tome three billion willa operating .
will render the music with Mrs. nA ::1, perfectly balanced becauw it wan in the world instead of the one,
Lord God bless all young Guide Wise Tucker and Mrs. +: +I g centered in Cod As toon at he central will of God

people. In a world that can Annie M. Brown at the Instruments. fr ,e + K,' 'e tMl1 y'i' 'I' liatened to Satan, however, and act This doe not mean, however,
get confused, help me keep a + r k4l ? f", djf I his will against Cod, all began to that God haa abdicated, or that the
clear head. In a world that The Sunday School begins at y go wrong Mia life war now off I future of the world la now subject
has known corruption, help 0:JO a.m. with Superintendent center and out of balance. It wan to the willa of three billion fallen
me to keep a clean heart and It. E. Johnson in charge. At nolonger abject to one central creature. Now waa God forcedto
body. In an age that needs 11 a.m., the morning worship ( Will Alienated from God, man formulas, new plana because of
courage, help me to have the commences. Rev Benton Griffith : f ,Hfl'TW now reaped the fruit of hn rebellion, the fall of man. Far from it, for
strength of my honest convic will conduct the devotionand I not only in Ma banishment from deapite man'a rebellion-even
tion.And in an age that needs the Rev. Mr. Monroe will Paradise, but in the aelf.will of hit through it-God hat been carrying :

such conviction, help me to preach. ;joffspnng out Hi. plan and every true believer .
commit myself to my church, Tuesday at 7 p.m., teachers Of the firat two children born rejoice that God "worketh all
my home, my community and meeting will be held. Prayer into the world, one bludgeoned the thmgi after the counsel of Hia own
my nation. Without You, meeting has been'acheduJecI 1 other to death and this war but the will" (Eph. 1(1)( ).
1R N'
wlr
Lord, I could remain young- for 8 p.m. Friday evening 1 1 fi R't beginning, \\hereaa God had originally .
I Senior Choir 1 will meet for created man In Hia own :
but.immature With you,
can grow mature, and still rehearsal. "image" and "Iike_" (Gen 1:26, Elder 'Davis
keep the vigor of my youth I 27)) we read later that Adam begat
Amen. Anonymous Order Of ServicesAt Seth "in in own liken., after Ail To Observe
I 1,?. kr' image" (Gen. J.3): ).
And ao parent down through the
lalimore SingersTo I ages have begotten children like Anniversary
Second Baptist ::
Traveletles Host
Celebrate District Day will be observed I

Sunday In Second Baptist 'YPU Jan. 8th
Church. The business meetings aF V'q" '
20th Anniversity
will be held in various homes I The Ambitious. Travelettes
at 4 .,. _r' t' will be the host for the
The Lattmore Singers will beginning 4 p.m. rr -- '"-.a"'q', '' -fUI! group
celebrate their 20th annl- The services Sunday begin with The Housewives leadue met recently in the president and Mrs. M. L. Catter. Standing' Young People's Union, Sunday
'versery Sunday night, Jan. 22 the Sunday School at 9.30 a.nn., home of Mrs Leonora'Davis' UOI W. 16th from left are Joe William Battle, guest at 12th and Danson Sts., near
in, the lit. Ararat Annex at with L. C. Chester In charge. Mrs. Edna B. ; Kings Rl, beginning at 3 p.m. 1
I P.m. Rev. J. C. Sims, pastor will Street. Seated from left Mrs. V. Simpson, Collins S.iowder, guest ; Mrs. L. The twelve groups appearing
The, Blven Specials, review the lesson. financial secretary/;/ Willie Belle treasurer and Mrs. Maybell J. on program are: Ambitious

the Nathaniel Jackson Octo- The consecration service will Reid secretary ; Mfs\ Leonora Davis Parker, critic. (Photo By James Singleton Travelettes, Camilla Golden
vettes and the Celestial be held at 10.43 a.m., and the .. ) Anthony, Essie Mae Thomas,
Singers will begin the program morning service at 11 o'clock. / Ever-readles Friendly Officers -
with selections The Rev. "''r. Same will deliver Gateway Barracks |Fellowship Hour Group, Harris Singers,
Mrs. Thelma Edwards will the sermon [ Harmonious Vanceliers, Jackson -
serve as Dean of Hostess,Mrs. At S:45 p.m., the *BTU will Sets First Meet CHURCH NEWS The fellowship hour' will be Singers Laumore Singers, I

Ruth Valdez; Mistress of Ceremonies begin with Mrs' R. Morrissette held Sunday at 3 p.m. in Messiah Nathaniel Jackson Octovettes, A Miss Lillie Burke will and Alexander Heardpresldlng.! The Year Church Rev. Tbelmarettes, Tiny Boyd _
01' Baptist ,
GOOD SHEPHERD Singers ajidthe TrarelingStari. I
The
give the Welcome Address; and evening service begins at Robert Logan, host pastor. ..
Mrs Genie P.Gray,response. 7 o'clock. Gateway Barracks 3131 World Services Sunday In Good Shepherd Baptist Church begin with Rev. Alex Garvln minister Other singers are Invited to A. 'and Davis-
All groups and choirs of the The prayer of faith hour will War I Veterans will conductthe \the Sunday School at 8:45 am. Morning devotion begins at at Good Shepherd Baptist participate on the program Elder lose Davis
city are cordially Invited to 'be held Tuesday at 1 p.m., and first meeting of the new 11 o'clock with Deacor Jae Riddle in charge Rev H. Wilson Church will have charge of The Union officers elected for Spiritual Singers will observe
attend the Sunday School Council will year Saturday at 2 p.m., la the ,will deliver the sermon BTU has been scheduled 8 p.m., the service and the 1967 term are: Mrs Vivian their 5th anniversary Jan. 15
worship ,
Mrs Alberta Lattmore, mgr. be held Friday at 1 p.m. reeular place. and evening service at 7. Deacon Joe Amos will have chargeof Greater Messiah Union Chorus Cherry, president, Mrs Inez In the Elks Auditorium at 8 p.m.
'
All members who have nib << the prayer service and Rev.Alex Garvln,pastor, will deliver will sing AU ushers have been Harris, vice president, Miss The participants include Sun-
ham the The Wonders will Cynthia Jackson, Miss day Morning Prayer Band,Mrs
paid their 1966-67 dues sermon Singing render a program asked to be secy.
YOUR :rICTURESPUBLISHED been asked to do so In this following the service In Interest of the building fond, sponsored present. Gloria Ann Harris, asst. secy.; Harriett Dalse, Edgar Hall,
.meeting. The firing; squad and by Mrs. E. Garvln. Tuesday night prayer meeting and Bible (Mil Miss Camilla Jackson finance Mrs Alice Boston and Singers,
FREECall color bearers have been askedto study win be held, and Thursday at 7;30 p.m., choir rehearsal secy.; Mrs. Thelma Edwards, Rose Lee Grace, Mrs Genie
attend the meeting. will be held. treasurer; Mrs.' Juanita P. Cray, Evangelist A. McCall
Toe youth fellowship hour will
UT.MORIAH Council, chaplain Mrs Aleaa and Singers, Chine Singers,
for the
Officers elected new ;
be held 15 at 3
Jan. In the
The FLORIDA STARPhotographer Mt. Morlah AME Church will observe p.m. Vance, chairman of Mrs A. McBride Celestial
year are: J. S. Irving senior Homecoming Jan. 22 Educational Building of Mt. programs;
commander for the fifth term; at the church throughout the. day according to Rev. J. C. Ararat Baptist Church with Rev. Nathaniel Jackson, counselor;; Spiritual Singers, Union Gospel
J. W. Anderson, senior vice Bannerman,, pastor.Organisational Benjamin Hoover In Mrs Frankle Mae Hawkins,; Singers, Traveling Stars,
commander; Willie R. Al- plans will be. perfected and a financial effort charge. reporter; Mrs. Alberta Latl Gospel Echoettes, Sunbeam
L i <' '1'' britton, Junior commander; will be launched Toe participants include, the more, supervisor and pianist Singers, and Mrs M. Shootes.
'. Heavenly Bound Prayer Band
To Cover Your ::- Robert C. Morgan, quarter.. A five-piece altar set was'>presented by Mrs Rose Barley Mlsi 'Willie Mae Miss, '
Story
master; James E. Webb, of<< Baltimore, lid., and Mrs. Lillie M. Jones 'Christine Williams' MlssCies-, ,
Teas chaplain; Gilbert Hart adjutant; The services Sunday commence with the Sunday School at ter Thomas Miss. Carrie R. EVAN'S.
[ Church Events, Banquets Carrol Johnson sgt.-at-arms;, I 9.JO a.m. The pastor will preach for the morning and evening Daniels, Howard's First Born
Eddie Robinson, guard; John services, and all weekly activities will prevail u usual Junior
Weddings Fraternal Meetings advocate NEW HOPE AME Temple Choir Young;
Francis J Judge ;
,
Adult Choir Mt.Ararat Voices
trustees, John Bryan Ira W. Services Sunday in New Hope AlE Church commence with of 3rd & MAINEL
Jerome
Unity, Thomas and
Hemby Sandy Freeman; Carl the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Superintendent Lewis .
'Social Events Birthday Parties Milton, historian; Minus Champion in charge. Morning service( ;at 11 tf clock with Rev. Singers Debris, Larry Boston Miss ,Winona Mrs. 4-8381 EL 4-858J

Roberts, membership; Joe 'Z. L. Tyrus, pastor In charge. The ACE League begins at Lang .
: FREE OF CHARGE Young chief color bearer 5 o'clock and the evening service at 8:30 o'clock. The pastor Lang Hebrew Singers, Harrell ; : ONE m' TOWN AIR.COND i
Eddie, Brown, captain, firing; will deliver the sermons for the services. Choir 2 and Usher Singers Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, '63 L.adillac/: Fleetwood .. ... ....... .,.. $2395

squad, E. Brown, hospitality Board 2 will serve Monday. ,Choir 1 will rehearse, and Tuesdayat Mrs Lauretta Roberta Green Williams Miss ,60 .adilaCupe . .. ......... .... $ 795
Call 2 Days In Advance Of (Event chairman. 7 p.m., teachers meeting will be held. Class has Mrs' Ella M. !
been scheduled for 8 p.m. The youth choir win meet meeting for rehearsal Williams, Boston Singers H. 64 T Bird". ., . . ...... .... $2195 I

Phone 3546782 From 9am To 6pm.. THE'NAME'S THE SAME Saturday. George Huff, Mt.Brown Olive ,Junior Missionary Choir, '64 Etc\:: Electra Am, 225 CONDITIONED Coupe .'. . $2095
ST. JAMES AlE ,VINYL TO? DOCXET ALL 1'0'1'II AND ELECT
The most common Georgia Bell Jones i HONEY..A1'I.
surnameIn and
YOU MAY PURCHASE COPIES: the English-speaking world Rev. W. F. Foster presiding elder of the South Jacksonville Josle Adams Mrs '66. Contmentaf . . . $4395
HOTE. District AME Church, will conduct the first quarterly conference FACToVvVxicruTiiJe' FOND.. FACTORY "'WARRANTY A
Is Smith. estimated CAR
There
1,290,000 are Smiths an In- for the new year In St. James AlE: Church Sunday at 66 Buick Special . .. .. ... .... $2595
.
FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK 3p.m. Am COND
FACTORY WARRANTYv.65
the U.S, alonNOW\!! Rev J. W. Watkins pastor has asked all boards to make Help! Help!! Help! Buick i Electra FACTORY" "" "" $2895
AIR WARAAIIr!.
CONDTTIONin
written and financial! reports. Services begin with the Sunday Rev Boo welt[franklin. OfMwn 65 Buick Le Sabre: .. .... .... $2393
School at 9 30 a.m. with P. J. McIntosh in charge. Morning FACT WAR JOST NtWt
service at 11 o'clock with the Angel Choir and Usher Board Ga, 66 Pontiac Grandm6 1 I. ... .... $2793

2 leading the procession The pastor will deliver the sermon Dhioe, Spiritiaf(, Healer, 65 Pontiac r ACTOR. w Catalina . . .... .$2395
Class meeting has been scheduled Tuesday night Y. *!:*. AIR CONDITION
3118 Edge.ooclln W. WALTERS MEMORIAL Rev. Roosevelt "Franklin olI! 65 Fpord... Country: Sean Wagon ... $1995

4 LOCATIONSTO Services Sunday la Walters Memorial AILS: ZIon Church will Macon, Georgia I I 64 Barracuda" AOTOMAT1C V-8 UH. .,.AIR. .CONDITION.. . .A. .REAP. OOOD. $1695 ONE:
begin with the Sunday School at 9.JO am.with A. B.Rogers and :'Divine Spiritual Healer. Jesus' AUTOMATIC RADIO AND KCATM.: PL Ala CONB.

SERVE YOU Mrs Eddie Brown Jr. In charge. Is truly giving blesslhgs and! ,66 Chevrolet. ,Impala : .... ... .. .. .. .... .$2395

Rev. H. C. Archie,"pastor will review the lesson "Jesus ';victory to many people's prob-j 58 y"TOF Volkswagen Pt WARJUKTY. ... ................ .... $ 995
3701 EMERSON Begins His Ministry. Morning service begins at 11 o'clock 'Ie m.. SUCCESS CAN BE ,65 Plymouth Fury III .. .. ... ......... .... .$1995
with the pastor In charge The Rev. Mr. Archie will also 'YOURS. See or write me today: RIs'LrrTLs
830 CASSAT AVE deliver the sermon. 1 have a special message every- 159 Ford Station Wagon V-8 ... ...... ... .... $ 195
At 3;30 p.m., the stewardess board will conduct Its meeting 'one's in need (or. 53 Chev Runs Good .... ... .......... .... $125
1824 WEST BEAVER with Mrs M. F. Lawrence In charge The Christian Endeavor Last week many, many people, ( 60 Ford "6" .......... ...... ... .... $ 19S
U.S. GOV. GRADED Hour begins at B p.m., and the evening service at 830.: Choir .. helped by my special 59 Chev. 2-Door .. .. .., .. .. .... $195 of
GOOD 2 and Usher Board 2 will render service with Mrs Annie Iwe. Bible readla g to be, Over 100 Cars To Choose From
M. Davis at the console. tread each weekend. If you want]
i.1 The missionary society will present a program Jan 22 at to be delivered quickly, sene; ,
STEAK SALE the church beginning at 30p.m.: .,In Interest of the missionary '$1.00 and selfaddressedenvelope !
mass, which will be held Jan. 29. to Rev Roosevelt

I WRIGHTSVILLE METHODIST Franklin, 630 Morrow' Ave.;
Services Sunday In Wrlghtsvllle Methodist. Church will begin Macon Georgia Phone
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T-BONE SIRLOIN 111r
;1 : CLUB STEAK RIB STEAK with the Sunday School at S:45 a.m. Morning service begins at ,74S-M75.

11 o'clock and at 7 p.m., evening service. Tuesday at 7 p.m.,. /(/5fou will get these special r
ic 7QC CQC prayer and class meeting win be held. Choir rehearsal will .selections and Bible verses by
i 89 59 C be held each second and fourth Thursday at 7 p.m. kefcjmaiL.E"o .

LB. I VLB.! .QVLB. Le. .

Richardson u D o nit t Hav'e .To 00_ To 'J.ia: ToGetJ)

PREMIER MEATS PROUDLY PRESENTSTHE We ,

Presides Oyertonlerence : ni week Tnt thanks tht rtlehfaTrsdj. for _rem/ tM t
WORLD'S GREATEST GOSPEL SINGER, LOW PRICESDRUG Good letr. H* ata<" tHft ,AU toor
Cur fltktrmen tlumj,, fnditot Oort Dti maa.nd (rr-J.J:
Crater ojtrt tlam tt Oood low frint
h 'ntgart to mint .h. "uk/Va _fl"... carport vt rice
The first quarterly confer STilt )EU' tin loUoving Good StltctUnt,
MAHALIA JACKSON 'I ,ence will be held In St.
Stephen AME Church Friday The Big 4-A reprat from bat weekThe
side With T o n r "KeignbofhooJfirug fjt'WE ":
' at 7.JO pja. with Rev A. R. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN price it low, the qiulity high

.1 Richardson, presiding elder ot Papers.. Wf Deliver. YOURJOCAU RED CHANNEL BASS
We
,tbe North JlctsoaY1DeDiltr1ct also fill aD. Doctors Preset lAi : I
run see eekl.SHEEPSHEAD..
-i-- SAME Church, presiding. I
: 7 IN PERSON ( ----- The
pastor, RIY.J.S.JoImIon,. 'GV.
has SPANISH MACKEREL
asked all auxiliaries to 39'
I make written and financial re-' IDxJe i Ntrrnacy .. Se eNN. LI.
ports. The presiding elder will' ___ BLACK SEA BASS
WITH HER GREAT ORCHESTRA AND CHOIR, ,
J'OIda the sermons for the tnm MM M TMrt SMI*
J major services Sunday at 11 i i1301Klegs Read '1.IIrll. ,Aiem .
lam, ,, and 6 p.m., and the Male _

J 1A ;Chorus win render the music. r 5:559191': lG. ROE MULLET ,35c"
SUNDAY 22 ;i"2:3fl"I : "J IAX. CIVIC The Allen University Chorus lhi.tJir ; 1.lft.1, "".I..r ,,,.,''' u .; '
cf Columbia University, will -
N ,I-. ONIh! !_ J AUDITORIUM \ ': be, beard singing classics,. t.FLORIDA

All i seats .reserved: S3 $1 U and $5 at, all I Premier Meat sings.spirituals, anthems and folk ,' jLfUR.1TCHT: MATER.iND LOBSTER. Laif7'gt

Auditorlum"Coliseum Hemming Park Abe Llverts Store.\-j; \ invitation hu been extended. TELEPHONE BILLS AT 8.: I '\11M ttl.t idlllNl 1Kl"''S mURI rlfttI : :
Record Shops. Mail Orders filled Ph 3SHOHI.' the public to attend. '. .00 STORE

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Two Negro Girls Modal Air Cab System Ramsey ,Lewis Trio In Windy City Church Group EDUCATION LROUNDUP

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I For January SEVENTEEN I I Designed By \ Goes To Court

NEW YORK-Two TAMPA-A hearing on April
outstanding
Negro(Iris mate their debuts u Negro ArchitectLAS FEARFUL
models 87, 1987 has been set uClrcult
fashion on the pages of a national nublkatiaL, .' WASHINGTON ))..The
Nancy GISt, lB,5W6SouthEllls Court on a petition for an. Injunction .
VEGAS--An "air- ''at Southern Regional council has
Avenue Chicago, Illinois and such: a fine job bringing me to force the former
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that
Daphne MuYeD.18.Z41W.stZ8 op" she says "Here are some e I If' transportation system ; r, leader of a Tampa church to charged Congressional
frees of forced
racial balanced
StreetNew YortcJSew' York,are of the things I have attained doe which could revolutionise theDatIoa' follow a ruling by national In
fl"Ii northern schools haveaHowed
featured in the January issue of to their lore and guidance: I was transit systems has headquarters.
Seventeen Magazine among 17 accepted the BroniHIghSchool been designed by a noted Netro "' Tbe petition was brought by continued school segregation in
the South to
girls chosen to personify the na.Uon' of Science where in my senior .architect ( J. W. Jenkins, u chief overseer be Ignored. Terming
mostaccompllshed teens., )year I was elected President of Paul R, Williams of Los Angeles ,1 I for the House of God, the pace of southern school
To find theseglrls.Seventeen's the Senior Class, and also from ', has designed a system Pillar and the Ground of Truth, deltrrept1oa..sbamtfIaJ.tbfreport *
editors enlisted tile aid lead- where I graduated with two a- calling for network I/I and Bishop>> W. H. Davis The cites the failure of I

log civic,scholastic and service wards. I was accepted at every mile elevated Tiny 1r local church is situated on 29th South"treedonofcboice"plansintbe and and clolence
organizations, and thousands of college to which I applied with four-passenger rao olaa.cape.bI. Street near 21st Avenue. reprisal ,
,of speeds up to 30 2 Named facing Negroes who try to use
young women under 20 were a fall scholarship to each" In the suit were Rev!
screened. The winners were The versatile girl Is also an miles an hour, would be suspended ,r J. R. Lockley, Cornelius these plans. 4
accomplish actress. "Ibegan from tile network Larkins and others "acting
TWO SUITS 4pmLADELPHIA.NPfTwo.
to Tbe system could carry IB. nnderLocUeys: orders."
acting get over my fear of 15 ; *
000 passengers an hour to The contends that .
in petition
singing public;gheConfides."Since s
XAr have been filed *
talpeJerl'l1I1tI
separate stops. It would link I
then Pve appeared in W Lockley was suspended as chief
On White Ante,ic:*' oft Broadway the city's downtown center with : overseer of tilt church at S909 In an attempt to prevent city and j{
'j, state official from uiDrpub1.1c
and I was wardrobed mistress McCarran. 29th Street on June 22, but has
Tbe air-cab idea Is expectedto the funds to force GIrard cottage '
for another off-Broadway ignored suspension; and,
*
production. When people hear be copied by other cities ; attempted to forecfully takeover admit Negro students One suit I
Pm going to Northwestern University having traffic congestion problems \\f the church property. asked for an order compelling
I they think of drama but promoters of the system ,I' 0 ".. The church was in the news state officials to dismiss two '
I think of kids. I worked on the sa,. last month when large crowdof special atsleptlng gen-
Upward Boundproject there this "From its first day of oper- church members gathered the site lea I

summer teaching children to Wens, the cab will Instantly ... .. .... at the edifice when Deacon suit against the all-white school.

read directing them l plays I remove from untold the amounts sidewalks of congestion and A highlight of the holiday Mason was the RAMSEY LEWIS CHRISTMAS SPEcW.Orchestra Larkins and was arrested on a area These In achcd.Iocate4lDaNecro t h e City of Brotherly
want to continue with breaking entering charge.
working Hall, Chicago on Christmas Day Realizing a life-long ambition the award Love 4s restrclted
roadways of Las Vegastbe winning pianist At that time Larkins of 4308 according
kids I light when Pm with ,
9 'Jr them." up backers said.Williams produced and directed hU own show in his "home town." The "special" featured the Ramsey 35th Street said that he bad to the will of its founder, to
has designed such Lewis Trio Lewis, bassist Cleveland Eaton and drummer Maurice White an 18-piece served as custodian of "white male orphans."
West Coast landmarks u the orchestra, arranged and conducted: by Richard Evans, and four voices (NPI Photo) the church for 20 years and bad
Dr. Carter Takes SLOWDOWN
Los Angeles International Airport
been a member of the Trustee
Sits Fifth Copy of Social Work Group Urges School Integration Board since 1948. WASH ASHINGTON-NPI-Effect)
USIA Cultural Post Beverly Bills, the of Until the bearing on April 27, of the federal school guidelineshas
Los Angeles House and the War On Comes SlowIn Deacon Larkins and Rev Lock- been tooslowdesegregatloa.
WASHINGTON D. c. -(NPI>- Botany Building at the University Poverty ContinuedWASHINGTON ley were ordered by the courtto Rep. Clark MacGregor (R.
Dr. William Thomas Carter of California, L. A. from .Minn.0 has told the house Judiciary
the
stay church.
X director division of general;: The social: work profession has added its Mississippi; Commenting away the : subcommittee. The guidelines

education, Virginia State College CIVIL RIGHTS voice to those urging that "the war on poverty' under the' I SlLOII. Mlss-NPI)-. Reports Deacon Larkins on said: ruling he charged,provided for,
Economic
has been named a deputy Opportunity- Act be continued at, full strength.- on school integration in "I have always been a child "gradulalsm" and "actually j
assistant director of the U. S. In a letter to President upon representative organisa Mississippi say that more than of God. Most of the membersare slowed desegregation" Instead -f
Information Agency Information ROUNDUPUPHELD Johnson and leaders Of'Congress Hon of the people in the 6,300 Negro children are now on our side, and since of issuing the guidelines, he J
Center Service. Helen Cassidy, neighborhoods involved," the enrolled in heretofore all-white God has love even for said, federal officials should Shave
Dr. Carter served with the president of tbe 46,000 NASW pointed out. public schools. This is four his enemies, we believe that. cut off funds to segregated
Peace Corps from 1962 to 1965. LONDON-(NPIVA whlteyouth member organization, expressed "We see the community action times u many as were reported will prevail." school districts asterpasslngof }
I Be was assigned u country has gone free after his conviction the concern of the agencies of OEO providing a on the rolls Just one the 1964 CrrtlRlghts Acgwsadi.. .
brought to New York to pose before deputy director in Senegal and on charges: of stirring up association's: board directors key source for such year ago. Broadcast The U.S.Depertmentof Health, i
the color cameras for the country director in Morocco] racial hatred was overturned. that u a result of recent organization and carrying the Only 35 of the 149 school Education, and Welfare,he added .
fashion portfolio in the list annual Formerly professor of French Christopher Brltton,17,was upheld Congressional action basic responsibility of advocacyfor districts of the state remain Skills Bank has played, into tile hands of
"You the Reader" issue and director of the National by a unanimous panel of community action programs In the people affected," Miss totally segregated with no segregationists by adopting the ;
devoted to contributions of talented Defense Education Act Foreign three Judges in the first case particular, are being seriouslycurtailed. Cassidy said. Negroes attending schools along Director NamedNEW wuldellnes, he added. If;
teens in every field. Language Institute at Virginia prosecuted under Britain's 1963 Rather than'continuing,,budget with white children. .
Miss Gist is shown in a rib- State, he was also consultant Race Relations Act. Brltton had "It is both urgent and necessary cuts for the OEO. the NASW'' This Is still a small percent. YORK - bed knit top with a span stripes I tilt language development been found guilty of distributing that there be no reduction urged a "renewed commitmentto age of the eligible Negro F. Glllead has been appointed NEW YORK--(NP1)-Tbe Rev
acrpss the midriff and a bond-l I Lto U. S. Office of Education. pamphlets reading "Blacks not of the Impact the Economic the 'War on Poverty*through school population. There are a director of Broadcast Skills Milton A. Galamlsonwasamong
ed Jersey skirt. Miss Maxwell wanted here" at the homed a Opportunity Act has made on a supplementary appropriation reported 298,000 Negro children Bank, National Urban League. 12 demonstrators arested at
wears a sew-it-yourself over- member of Parliament.The appeal communities by providing a early in 1967 and an increased eligible to attend schools Glllead formerly served on the the Bond of Education bead-
blouse suit. African Nation Judges rolled that Brltton wide range of opportunities and authorization for fiscal 1968." In Mississippi. staff of Haryou-Act, Inc., and quarters after tilt troop had
Nancy Gist,sophomore class alleged offense was not coveredby employment to persons from "In the two short years over 'The county with the largest with tilt United Nations taken over the board's meeting -*
president Wellesley. College Raps Sanctions the law low income areas," Miss which this program has number of Negro children attending The Broadcast Skills Bank, a room for 49 hours. Asked to
and a Wellesley scholar, Is the Cassidy said. "In many communities operated! it has abundantly Integrated schools is cooperative effort of ABC,CBS, leave the Harlem rent strike
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllillam JOHANNESBURG Lesotho FRUSTRATION the voices of the poor demonstrated Its potential" Harrison Just across the lake NBC, Group W. (Westinghouse leader replied: "We will haveto
E. Gist. Her father is deputy the tiny black African enclave NEW YORK-NPI)-Mountlng have been beard to substantial Miss Cassidy said. "In orderto from New Orleans. It has five Broadcasting Company),and the be arrested" Police complied
regional administrator of in the heart of South Africa frustration andfearsamongNe- degree for the first time In make real strides toward school districts, four in rather National Urban League is designed The Harlemites were
the U.s. Department of Housing announced Saturday it would gross and wbltesthreatentoex- formulating what can and should the changes which the program large towns and one rural district to broaden employment protecting school conditions In
and Urban Development,and her Join with South defying plode Into" .wMcbaii be done to help them achieve promised Initially however along possibilities for minority group their area.
mother Dorothy J. Gist, is administrator the United Nations Americans: and democracy: Itself some control of their ondest1Dlea. range comltment to its In these five districts, there members in the broadcasting
of the University sanctions against rebel mandatory Rhodesia will be tilt losers"BayardRui- ." particular purposes and are a reported 853 Negro children industry and underwritten by a ,. tawlMl. HirttJ w* !.. .*.'K

Chicago Department of Pediatrics r Un has warned. thepoort the Through, tbe,!Impact,/rf .the, methods of operation. on the, rolls of integrated grant from the Westinghouse U.S. Savings 'tns
Woodlawn Clloc. The gifted Lesotho which 0 gained its workers, the ..r.nts. and the', OEO program both govern 'S d inarided." 1's' schools Broadcasting Company. ,. .
teen, who plans to major In independence: from Britain last frlghtenedmldoleclassstnigglewith mental and voluntary agency
economics or political science, October, is deeply dependenton one another for scare Jobs services are now more .
hopes fir a career in law and the wealth and good will of housing,decent schoolsand safe accessible more flexibly administered -
politics. "A trip to Germany in South Africa, which surrounds parks then all will lose," said and more attuned
the summer of 1963 broadenedmy the right leader "As long u to what poor people need and :
life considerably," she it.Premier Chief Leabua Jonathan there is this temendous and utterly desire Miss Cassidy declared.
says. "I lived with different cabled British Prime righteous thirst for freedom "However this is a change
families for three months traveling ,Minister Harold Wilson that among Negroes and this that has Just begun-a momentum .
and studying to learn the while disapproving of the way Implacable hostility k white started-which can quickly UPERMA
language and culture firsthand. in which Rhodesia Premier Ian America, Just so lo wlll black be lost If the promises that S
Since then, my total orientation Smith illegally declared tbecolony's men be driven to violence: and to Initiated the 'War on Povertyare
has been in the direction of Independence, Lesotho heed the counsel of prophetic dampened or half-

meeting, listening. toand learning "cannot associate Itself with aimless but mutant despair." forgotten," she said. THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE.
The
from people. 'either the !Imposition sanctions success of the effort by .
Daphne Maxwell, a freshman or the use of force." EYEFUL the Department of Houslnj and
scholarship student at Northwestern CHICAGO-{(NPI> Th. local Urban Development to create
University is the Urban League promises tokeep model neighborhoods In 60 DIXIE CRYSTAL
U.S.
daughter of WI'. and Mrs.Green Fight an eye on boosing conditions for cities under the recently enacted GOOD CHUCKROAST
Maxwell "Myparentshavedone Cancer Negro employees at the world's Demonstration Cities Act,
largest atom smasher tobebuntat will be "uniquely dependent
the western suburb Weston.

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to publish a contemporary-
3 R e g 1 s t.e r e !d Pharmacists,To Serve Ton "A frank.and uninhibited styled satire entitled, "'Ibe .
Negro Frees the White Mao"
..._._..ACOMPL'ETfi LIKE OF.--.-.... exposition of the onrushof In its January 1967 Issue. FANCY GRADE "A" SLICED DETERGENTCHEER

physical desire!I" The story written by one of BREAKFAST
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r SINCE YOU s DME-l T TBy Miami Times Takes Business And Pleasure Cruise Moon Over Miami! Aerospace Technician I I


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I LOlOOE PRUITT i Host PublishersAt MIAMI BEACH, FUU.-When HIaleah Park opens Jan. 17 C

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL t ; +,. another tradition of the winter season here gets under way. f

L_": --=._..J Workshop, For more than half the years since Miami Beach was founded,

the prime weeks on the resort calendar have been marked by i( d
DEAR LONNIE It gets dark so fast that I can't even hardly
:
Publishersof And '
MIAMI, Fla. A the thoroughbred meet at bougainvUlea-clad Hialeah. sou I If
I have to in
get horn from school before my mother says stay Negro-oriented newspapers

because irs dark She thinks irs a terrible thing to be out throughout the U. S. will converge .;.; 11 agate. outside the door for the Miami f

after the son goes down. When the street lights come on, she on Miami Jan. 11-18 to "II A stakes program of $655, Beach vacationer The elty'iNormandy

thinks everybody ought to be in the house and not go out again.Don't attend a Mid-winter Workshop 000 will lure most of the Shores golf course {

you think this Is silly? I mean, I like to vlst my friends hosted by the Miami Times. r" : major stables to Hlaleah, with Just reopened after extensive

and like to play outside sometime The National Newspaper ,, two $100,000 purses attracting renovation Is both more

Kept In Publishers Association will .'''' .. many of the finest horses in sporty and more attractive.
hold two days of meetings,then, t-t'" ;jI "1i' r'o the country. The Widener, for Extra interest is added to
IT DOES SOUND KIND OF SILLY. What she really means, three-year-olds and will be Is for
by invitation from the Bahamas l' ...cA'J'fI. .'o'o "t, up fishing u the race one Renter C. Prince: a 1966 graduate -
however, Is probably not silly. She probably thinks that It is government, who will entertain ; tlf A ot ..... run at one and a quarter miles trophies and citations in the of Florida MM, University -
dangerous for you to be out after dark She probably thinks them upon arrival, board the t! 4l '$, .. .. Feb 18. The Flamingo, a mile Metropolitan Miami Fishing Joined the
you are safer when you are out In the day time. Talk It ober luxurious S/S Miami fora and a furlong for three-year Tournament. Both sailfish and recently
Center daft
with her and see U she will arrange for an older person to take three-day cruise to Nassau.A ,1 ': ; \ olds, goes March J, closing: king mackerel have been active Kennedy Mr. Prince Space performs mathematic -

TM over to a friend's house once in a while, or see if some programboth informativeand day. recently, but these are only in
scientific duties
friend can't visit you. She's right. It sometimes very dangerous entertaining, has been arranged MIAMI Florida --Tte luxurious National Tropical Park inaugurated two of the more than 30 species and with automatic 1

to be out after dark You have to know your own town for the delegation and will take some 75 members of the thoroughbred racing in November of gamesters taken regularly check-out connection computers for the

and decide what is best. visitors by President Frank Publishers Association on a three-day and operates> through Jan. In these waters. Saturn V Launch Vehicle.

S r d Stanley, publisher of The business and pleasure cruise to Nassau or (t6. Gulfstream Park opens .

Louisville Defender and Garth culmlnatlor'of March 4 and continues through
cruise Is the
DEAR LONNIE: They have so much shooting and stuff on C. Reeves managing editor of January 13. The April U, also with two $100
television that it scares roe to death. Some of the programs the host paper., the annual mid-winter workshop of the 000 features, the Gulfstream' World Of BooksMY

Jut show people chasing each other all the time and shooting The convention will get under- of the group's January 11-13 Miami convention Handicap March 25 and the

at each other. They are always trying to murder somebody for with an evening Florida Derby April 1.
some strange reason I don't like that kind of program I thinkit way get-acquainted party.Workshop 'The other two pari-mutuel BLACK FISTS. By, Law- Today's headlines add an

isn't agoodthlngto have all that kind of stuff on the TV where. sessions begin the following sports, Jal alai and greyhound rence 0. Hlght Philadelphia ,ironic touch to the tender dedication -

people are always killing each other morning preceding a luncheon The Stars- racing, are nightly attractions. Dorrance an.! Company 49 pp. of this story of Mahalia
Frightened -Among $3.00. Jackson It "..J dedicate
meeting where Miami Mayor The pelota pitchers are in action says
Emotional this book to husband.."
is the
Robert King High will welcomethe : at the Miami fronton across intensity my
YOU MUST BE TALKING ABOUT the super duper ganster group on Jan. 12. WITH LEE IVORY Biscayne Bay and the dogs are forte of this collection of poems Ir the time this is printed, the

sort of show. Why don't you Just be careful about choosing what An afternoon panel discussion running at West Flagler. which make stirring pleas for vibrant singer may be divorcedand
yot look at If you're talking about old movies on TV, all you featuring such renown panelists What did I tell you about my group? Well, they don't really Circus fans will have their Justice for the American Negro. the Joyful moving up she

have to do is Just get another station. Try being careful about as John H. Johnson, of Johnson belong to me, but they still have my name... and now they innings when the Ringling show This volume pictures him asa expected when she became a

.what yon look at. Pick out the programs that you like and Just Publications Charles Loeb* have a plenty hip record on the Despensa Lable called moves into the Miami Beach good man, a compassionateman bride at the book's ending may
watch those. It doesn't make sense to keep looking at something .Cleveland Call-Post; George, "Please Stay." Cookie, the lead singer, is a combination of Convention Hall for a five-day who has seen too much Join the sorrowful memories

that you don't like and that frightens. you. Why do you do Mouche Amalgamated; Publishers Diana Ross, leader of The Supremes; Martha Reeves, leaderof stand Jan. 18. cruelty and evil to stand silent which give such depth and
Martha and the Vandellas; and soulful Dorothy Denegan. to her rendition of
It? Also on the January list of any longer. meaning
Ken Wilson Afro-
S e d ; It would be nice to day she sounds like someone you've :special events is the first opera Although his voice is filled the stirring words...

American Longworth Newspapers Quinn Michigan; and nver beard, but his would be a discredit to her find folce and of the season, in the munici- with righteous anger and disgust -. "I been 'buked and I been

DEAR LONME'My boy friend kissed me when be walkedme Chronicle will ,with to the very singers that she so Idollzeds. pal auditorium. Regine Cres- be does not forfeit his scorned. "Pm gonna tell my
end a dinner -
,
home yesterday. He is a senior and I am a Junior. liked meeting at the Biscayne Angle and Carol, both fine supporting singers, don't really pin, French soprano, will be humanity by sinking to the level Lord "When I get home. "Just

it very much. Do you think I did wrong? He's not really my Terrace the convention headquarters sound like Nancy Wilson (like people say they do), but they in the feature role of "Tosca" of his persecutors.MY how long you've been treatingme
boy friend yet because he hasn't said so, but he talks to me ,hotel. have a lot of experience in their little frail bodies and a along with such stars as Bruno BLACK FISTS will prob- wrong."
home from school Should ask beckuva bright future ahead of them. be and Mahalia Jackson has had her
all the time and walks me A Jan. 13 dlscusslonand Prevedl, tenor; Gabriel Bac- ably profitable
morning panel -
him if be wants to go steady? He is the first boy I have liked will Oh, yes, they call themselves "The Ivories." Wonder why? quler baritone; Lawrence 'inspirational reading for all. share of troubles and met them
a noon meeting
and I think be likes me. What should I do? conclude the onshore activitiesof Could It be that they think Pm going to write good things Davidson, bass and Arthur' those who. believe men are head-on. She does not flinch:

Excited the publishers who will then about them? Graham, tenor. The date Is brothers or who wish it were from telling of the bad times
They're absolutely right) and heartache
Jan. 25. so. of hardship
WELL TRY TO CALM DOWN If you get too excited you depart Miami Miami for the aboard convention the S/S It is amazing how one man can upset an entire government! The Greater Miami Philharmonic I caused by roverty, racial prejudice -

might end up doing the wrong thing. If you can Just sort of closing meeting while enrouteto I am speaking of comedian-rights Dick Gregory orchestra will be heard and an unhappy early
keep calm, then you ought to be all right. Well, It doesn't Nassau. After visiting with Sir Bertrand Russell last year in London in the auditorium Jan. 15 with marriage. She has always faced

seem to me that a friendly kiss is wrong, but It depends. I The ship will return at ( 30 Greg decided that he would like to entertain captured Milton Katlms as guest conductor r life with equal amounts of good

don't think you ought to ask him If he wants to go steady. He a.m. Jan. 16.Council. : UJS. troops being quarantined in North Vietnam. and Juan Mercadal, tumor and iron determination.

will probably ask you U he keeps seeing a lot of you, both of "Without regard to political ,moral or government aspects guitarist, in the starring guest And, armed with dedication
Foe might take it for granted without talking it over. Don't of such ai; show," said Gregory, "silly cat that I was, I spot. A cange in the musical, to her religion, she has come .

you have some girl friends in your neighborhood to talk this Of 100 thought Just a plain funny preseDtaUoo'would be a tremen- fare will be provided by the 4 through it all singing

over with ? You might find out from them or from an older dous marale-bullder for our prisoners of war. I feel that I Peter, Paul and Mary group, h. w. Joy is the keynote of her

..cousin or sister, or something, just what to do in this sitsatlcs. have been in show business long enough to know the difference appearing Jan. 29. f fi fi story and she communicatesthis

Pm sure you already have some ideas about right and Slates MeetingIn between bas taste as d getting laughs. I had no idea On the night club scene here ; on every page.

wrong so that isn't what you want to know. I hope this helps that the United States Government would be afraid to allow ,this month: will be such enter. i

oa. me to even go to North Vietnam". talneri! as John Davidson and
.iiiiatwauit, Miami Gregory, one of the most outspoken Negroes in America .Lee Tully, Earl Grant 'Pat Route ManagerFor
today, stated that be bad no Intention of cracking Jokes ,
Collins
Phyllis Diller
Ray
TAMPA Pledging wholehearted ,
TEAR LONNIE: about the war, the present administration's stand on the
I am simply crazy about a wonderful fellow, 16, who is a t support to "the Vietnam crisis, nor did be intend to butt into an area he AnthooY'sBAntbonY" CocaColaWoodrow
Book-End Revue and
,rear older than I am. We went together once"before some continued orderly Industrial felt should be reserved for statesman, negotiation .
problems broke us up. Pm almost sure that be knows I like development of Florida," the Yet, the U.s. State Department not only refused to grant well known dance bands. -- '

him, but both of us are a little too immature to break the Ice. new chairman of the Florida him permission to travel to North Vietnam,but also threatenedto Golf, tennis, swimming, fish- LAWRENCE BIGHT Turner, a 7-year
and
Since I did more wrong than be, what can I do to show him I Council of 100 announced pull his passport U he decided to risk his won neck without ing remain sightseeing of course Lawrence Othello Right, author veteran driver-salesman for
want him back? I only see him in schOll scheduling of a March meeting their official sanction, he said. among the popular vacation of "My Black Fists," is The Cleveland(Ohio)Coca-Cola
In Need of Push in Miami with 25 of the nation's pastimes awaiting Just. Bottling Company, has been
a "Thaf why I am suing the State Department, Secretary of now working on a book to be
YOU MIGHT JUST LOOK AT HIM a certain way, or smile or top industrialists.Fred State Dean Rusk, and anybody else whom I feel stood In my entitled "Wee Winkle Donkey," elevated to the position of route

whatever girls do to upset guys Just don't make It toe obvious. D. Learey, president of way to freely travel about this earth-which is Just as much BeachShorts the story of a donkey which manager. During his tenure of

I think, however, if the two of you are too immature to speak General Telephone Co. of mine as it is Ho CblIo41nb'.. If I want to risk my life, who is carried Mary to Bethlehem.The service-in Cleveland with tbeCoca-Colabot-Mr. Turner

the Ice then maybe, you'll run into the same problems you Florida, made the announce- the State Department to tell me otherwise as long as I do not book, written especially tler several awards, for his
ment of his first moves has won
as one hurt else in the "
-did before. anyone process. for children, does not have a achievements in
deseeeeesee after being named to bead the The suit is real and Gregory is mad. He did not comment Christmas orientation.His first outstanding and merchandIsing -
influential statewide businessman's sales promotion
on the fact that author-television commentator Louis Lomax ,novel, "My Black Fists,"
programs.lllb1anewpost,
organization by Cow.- bas been invited to North Vietnam nor did he make strikes out
any poetically against
,
I f yoq want to ask a question, send it in to "Since YouAsked elect Claude Kirk. statement concerning the four American women who are MIAMI BEACH,- The first injustice and be heads a sales force which
> me," Negro Press International, 5708 South State The Tampa executive succeedsG. currently touring Hanoi. race horse shipped to this oppression serves the heart of Cleveland.Mr. .

reel, Chicago, Illinois, 6061.y T. Wllley of Orlando, vice In addition to his current lawsuit, Gregory Is seriously winter center of thoroughbred xxxxMOVIN' Tamer and his wife,

president and general manager working toward his upcoming Chicago mayoral campaign. racing was walked from the Jackson with ON UP.Evan By McLeod Mahalia Frances, are the parents of two

of the Martin Co. His brother Pressley, from Detroit, bas arrived in the Wimdy nearest unloading point nine New daughters.
Wylle. York Hawthorne
Learey said Council members, City to aid in the securing of enough signatures to pub Greg miles to Hlaleah track The Books Inc. :
,
together with state officials, first race was run on Jan. .
ory's name on the February primary ballot. He is highly optimistic -
WAMEDIAL will meet with the out-of-state that he will not only obtain the necessary signatures 15, 1925. Ceases

industry representatives March but that he and his political forces will make a garnd and
3-4 at the Doral HoteL He said glorious showing in the coming elections.See First Florida bred thoroughbred -

details of the session will be you Among the Stars.. was foaled in 1938. Now
I completed in the next few weeks. the state has more than 70

"We will extoll the virtues of horse farms and from them

Florida's corporate climate: In Reigns As Miss FAMU HighREIGNS have come two Kentucky Der- i

1260 an effort to convince these outstanding by winners: Needles In 1956 1
'
business leaders of ) e': E. and Carry Back in 1961. ..r
f.
the advantages of opening a 'n ,. .
.
plant in our state..or in expanding : o I :,.,;;, w. :
facilities already (I ile '4' "
here," the chairman said. /'" "J. .

FLORIDA'SRHYTHM Learey, who beaded the New r.ThAr .. I .
Industry Committee for two
..
years prior to assuming the I .* w .. the SHORTY$35..

Council's top post, added '! \ STYLE #685
"All Council members are d C MEDALO

industrialists and business, =:I. let..Dlu.tyNed. :. .C.ulo.51.nd "
1 t at.olu5uNed n.m. =
leaders who unselfishly wel- : It' yev5 PIL5 -

they come the can opportunity to assure to new dowbat and "4.0,5.. ,. }:lw.4 :i Nl/NI.15a' ,
# 1 3&I e wtuM.lq line St 5. eklys 35. tn.
I expanding Industry which automatically i l li osow. ,fern ...: .:'A-r-l 1 Daat
i
SCALP.TII.
brings increased 'a YOUR CCINi'-nt:
hair Nan
payrolls and a stabilized economy c- t: "l=

for our citizens." I ; ? ifYCaty': nl.d/n1W aPonu1s .
Learey made it clear new } any cAABOKOU
9. la may with many prow
Industry will not be his only rr bmtflcial Imradlanla. CAKalalaf {.
DONO a sues a .Rhone. POWST
concern, however. "I have witnessed M .yHIJIt11v Sal tlwpUI and dos su Sins
the outstanding Mort In h an ITCHY.
L. & BLUES contributions made by the M BUMPY DOCTORS DAtrononr, .rd MHP Itlt.a1 thai
many .
Council in education through ',, .. 1I and ntucnifl. I... for many:
\ ; re teal ......".... MUuifexternally annoymdiwhleh
the McDonald Report, taxes ; ...... anlp aandi- } lr
through the Slyh reports, and )0' ; ...... ar. a eet1V ralla ad br IMUM =-
ttnncth tap
( thla Trip .
.. oceanography through the recently ,...w1!. t,. '! / I omul. Wilt for thti DotTO*k ,. r
FORMULASS.lt
SCALP ,
"tlitlilll
RADIO STATION published assessment, : WTO aa Pint Mv.t1 all ... ..... and kn.k ta add ..1.( .
'Oceanography in Florida' .', ,'"t ffixid. and nay t. V'.. VU 17BO I ia. W..haa _t. Will act rub aft,
| *it DATS. slid) If 7M an MaUtfltd. NOT A DTl.a.a..tCle0..VI
"I pledge my support to the 4'-:' Fay .
y ur man? add "' AVOIDITHAT
...U". ,Met.r. I*. A'EA";) Y'ib
"
1.117 tut an LOOK.
continuance of these allimportant k WMBMSpotlight
........ everything. a Braah attached totramevlna; ..*...
programs and to instigatenew \ men. Yu fat It wMiMIVat aolartnf. Pn1nI..lll5ralll.d
= .I.. tha-flnart UBDICATBD Com** la PlaMM Caaa, Cr
"WHAMMYMIAMI" 0 nUll circumstances: ProductOf SCALP rOKMULA rautnoaay si'r .tri4 In aockat. .. puna.
'.
dictate" few buy Yay hair ...dM4.fa C_. In .U ......, slash I*
aealp fin. "No lint ..... PlatUwal Blaa.
AS "MBS FA1IU HIGH" Lovely and charming Stmr ..- and adr...s to-OOLDMRDAli Jet orlta.. Mata 1Ih_. Par ...,
The Week HAW PRODUCTS IMC. ).,. .. dtllvary ploa paatafa.
Miss Beate Fettles, a senior at Florida Afclf University High Oat 41 1 Ihaapabaad Bar.BrMklra Maiwf baek tf .** ddllMad.
ROTE THIJiaa 0.14 Maaal H.'ndudy'''.'
.t1LY. :
School, lsreigningas".llssFAiniHlgh"forthe 1968-67 school Florida Y O MtlLA +.... sal Writ DaphSf IM..klrn' U. H.. Y."k,
year. The queen is the daughter of Mrs. Octarla E. Fettles Miami, -q Mrlt ..........

who resides at MS dalles St. in Tallahassee, Fla.


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German Factory Reviews American Astrojet Line Up Ala, Hornets 4"1--


Enters 5 Cars i a

____ Post Seventh ft11AI'
In Race

_
gart.The Porsche t Straight Win rr ,

t
cars in the Daytona 24 Hour MONTGOMERY, Ala.-A lay- t i
Continental at Daytona Inter- up by Freshman James Tbemas # Ntl
national Speedway on Feb. 4-5 of Montgomery with 30 seconds
and three of them are 1967 to go enabled AlabamaState
prototypes. College Hororts to preserve
Toe cars will be flown to their undefeated skein and
the Speedway a week or more queete out a 102-101 victory
before the race for final tests, over the Fisk University Bulldogs .
,according to cabled word from and post their seventh straight \\ 'd\\. .. M'. ,
Huschke von Hansteln, For win here in Hornet Arena.
scne s racing director. The Bulldogs, who had dropped
"We have named five fact- { a 121-93 decision to the HornetsIn Co,1aCo.
ory drivers for the three 1967 Nashville recently raced to a1n
prototypes,,' won Hansteln saidIn halftime lead Then Willie P ; *
his cable. "A sixth driver Scott, who crammed In 47 points
has yet to be named. The five for the nlRht. went to work and HAYES
drivers chosen as of now are suddenly the count was knottedat BOB
Cerhart, Witter, Hans Hermann, 99-99 with less thana minuteto T .
'JoachlaRlndt, Jo Siffert, and play. OF
Van Lennep. The sixth will Victor Lesley,who led the FIst LLAS co Yaoys ,
be an Internationally graded Cagers with 22 points,bucketed !
driver. This gives us a rather a shot to give the Bulldogs a 101-
full representation of European 99 advantage with 57 seconds
drivers-two Germans,an Austrian remaining. But a free throw by FAMED BOB HAYES "STARS" IN HOMETOWN
a Frenchman, and a Bel- r Scott and Thomas' timely bask PARADE Famed Bob Hayes, the "world's fastest
gian." et pushed the Hornets to a spine- human." now a standout split end with the Dallas .z
The Porsche racing director tlng1lniwln. Cowboys of the National Football League, Joined by .
aid that the other works Porsches t The Hornet returned from the his charming wife, Altamease, was the featured per
would be handled In| Christmas holidays to enter- sonality in the recently held Florida Classic Parade
-America's longest championship tain the Mississippi Valley State in his hometown of Jacksonville. During the "off"
race by Swiss champion, College Delta Devils In a non-
season Hayes, who won two gold medals during the
Voeoele, with either Bonnier conference tilt. 1964 Olympics, Is a member of the marketing team

end or Hans Stelnemann Mueller and as co-driver Spoerry, w T of Royal Crown Cola Co, Columbus Ga,

both ace Swiss drivers. r

The Porsche prototypes ran AMERICAN ASTROJET Golf Tournament lineup..Willie Hays Golf of Troop 420, San Diego, Calif. The tournament is
sensationally 1966 and pose SFO Giants, and Jim Maloney, Cincinnati Reds, review the sponsored by American Airlines. I
a definite threat to the Ford lineup of baseball and football stars with Boy Scout-Willie
and Ferrari factory teams

which 24 Hour already Continental.have entered Should the the 8 AII-Americans On North nuhI


7-liter sure Ferraris Porsches Fords falter, will or, the be the swift ready 4-liter and to I Spotlight ::On : : :SportsBY : : : J And South Squads Compete


overtake them, even though they eight All-Americans will be among the college football'
.are under 2-liter cars. The stars playing in the 18th annual Senior Bowl game to be tele-
Porsches of 1966 were capable NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL vised over the NBC Television Network in color Saturday
of 180-185 on the straights, and 2 The teams the:
SAY MR. GOLFER ,Jan. 7, beginning It p.m. NIT. comprising
cornered as if on a track. best from the North against the best from the South will
The 1967 Daytona 24 Hour CARLSBAD, Calif-.(NPI}-The long bat has been replaced bya each other In Ladd Memorial Stadium: in Mobile, Ala. Ie
Continental is shaping up as golf club in the hands of Willie Mays, star San Francisco oppose
the fastest and finest track- Giants slugger, and it may be that he will become formidablefoe the North team Graham, head coach of the
road race ever run. The cars in yet another sport. Mays is one of 60 baseball and pro will Appearing be All-American on Charles"Hobbs" Washington Redskins Both men
will race over the Speedways football players and 80 entertainment and bulness figures who Smith the 278-pound will be making their debuts as eMCDUFF
3.81 mile course, with its high will be competing Feb. 10-12 In the $30,000 American Astro- end ,from coaches in the Senior Bowl.In .
banks, long straights, and Jet Golf Classic, at La Costa Country club. State defensive Ray McDonald Michigan, 248- 17 Senior Bowl games, the If.ef RAVER
.snaky, flat, infield road. ; South has won 11 times, the .
Idaho
fullback from defensive
pound ;
The race, along with LeMans TIGER ROARS AGAIN back Wachholts North five, with one frame ending -
Larry
of France, is the only FIX NEW YORK-NPIH Tiger, the 37-year-old Nigerianwho from Nebraska and Epple Barney In a tie.
approved 24 hour race In the won and lost the middlewlgnt crown and now has turnedup end from Iowa; State.
with the light heavy belt for defeating Jose Torres, has '
world, and counts toward the The South team's All-Ameri! I QUANTITY
manufacturers' world title. collected for the second time in four years the Edward J. Nell
Include two from t.
The race starts at 3 p.m. trophy, symbol of the fighter of the year. He war named for cans men C RIGHTS RESERVED
Alabama end Perkins and
that honor last week by the Boxing Writers association. He Ray ,
Saturday, Feb. 4, and ends tackle Cecil Dowdy and center
first won it in 1962, when he captured the mlddlewleght crwon. ;
at 3 p.m., on Sunday, Feb. 5 BIll Carr from Florida; and

NEW HOOP STAR Paul Naumoff, a line. backer" e PRICES GOOD
Ferrari, Ford LOS ANGELES-NPI-Tbe word is out. The newest star of from Tennessee. e THROUGH SATURDAY
the ,cage court on the college level is Lew Alcindor, 7 foot, TIle 1967 Senior Bowl gamewill "
In'DaytoaaSpeedway' : : mark (the 10th consecutive': ." '" '". .' \1 :l'Uw
1-3/8 lnchophomore; potential-according: to a man who should NB(-TV carried' 'l'! 'II '11 -n 'r 'I>'S' lJ'ot
that has
know Wilt year
"The Stilt" Chamberlain. The latter sees Lew with
Duel all the requisites to be the greatest,bet notes "you have to be a this event, and the eighth
winner, and we Just have to wait and see on that." straight year it has been telecast -,
nationally color.
DAYTONA BEACH FLA.. The
; ,
24-HourContlnentalwill RECUPERATING Curt Cuwdy will handle thee -

be Daytona run at Daytona International ST. LOUIS-NPI-After undergoing surgery to repair a torn play-by-play reporting, with HERSHEY'S
Achilles tendon in his right ankle, Bill White, Philadelphia Paul Christman providing the '' '
Speedway on Feb. 4-5-and it ) Joe 'S, 49C
looks as if Ferrari of Italy will PhlUes' first baseman, is expected to have his leg in a cast for analytical will commentary.be the producer 5 IBS. VE6ETOLE
be ready toflght Ford to the last eight weeks, followed by three months of recuperation. That and Gallagher the director. SUGAR 39C
Harry Coyle
turn of the wheel in America's means White stands to miss a part of the 1967 National League
season. Many players appearing in the LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH OTHER FOOD .
longest .test of speed and endurance Senior Bowl have graduated into LIMIT ONE PLEASE 5 LB. WITH OUER .. PURCHASES OF'f5.00,0A MORE' 1
The
the
Anew Ferrari 330 P4, flown ONLY ONE ON TOP game professional is thoroughly!ranks scouted FOOD PURCHASES Of $5.00or MORE I II
Daytona from the factoryin Mod- HtJS'roNNPlLeaYl it to Cassius Clay to bring it down I
all
last has front when it comes to talking about who's on top. Last week every year by professionalteams '
ena,,Italy, Wednesday, in this country and Canada GOLDEN RIP EBANANAS WOODSMAN SLICEDBACON
been turning sensational timeson he predicted a "knockout" over the "other champion", Ernie,
the 1966
During a
the Speedway's 3.81-mlle Terrell with whom be clashes in Astrodome on Feb. t. If season
total of 206 fromer Senior
road-track circuit. he's successful Clay will then be the undisputed lord of the Bowlers played for teams In 9C lB. 49C

The! new racer,blood red in color heavyweights the AFL and NFL. 1e. .
and standing a scant scin This year, the coach of the
ones in height, turned Us first Negro White BOYS Antelope North squad will be Norm Van .
lap at 1M miles per hour-two Brocklln, bead coach of the '
miles per hour slower than the Minnesota Vikings. The South
qualifying mark dll6.434m11es Hold Chess BattlesNEW Not At Home team will be coached by Otto SMALL WESTERH 59C
per hour, established by a Mark TIDE GlUT '
n Ford In February of this year. ORLEANS -(NPIRacehas SPARERIBS0. .
One day later,the Ferrari tra been forgotten by many of On Fla. Range LIMIT E
welled the circuit at a speed of the white and Negro high school 1W8 t CJ1.: UitMASESEQFIfS.00 -
118 miles per hour. This mark boys of New Orleans. Boys of TALLAHASSEE Florida's :This Clown PICNICS 2-s.91{ FOOD
was equalled by each of the four both races now meet In chess antelope are not a home on the 49c I ". ,
j factory drivers who accompan-' games over the city. range. At least they couldn't be 45 32 53 [a.
led the car Mike Parkes" The Walter L. Cohen High located on the range in the .
Chris Anon, Lodovlco Scarflo- School boys defeated the boys Klssimmee Valley where they 5151 -- 54, 6 TO 8 ie.e.ewA.se. VELDA
ttl, and Lorenzo Bandlni. from Holy Cross School and were released almost a year '1 ICE MILK
"'The car' must go' faster to tied the boys from De La Salle ago. Aerial observation trips 5
win at Daytona," said the competition High School The Cohen School during November did not reveal .8 4 CLOROX
director Eugenio Dra- is all-Negro and the other two any of the animals and the opinIon .
gonl. "Si, Si," said the man who are predominantly white and expressed by the Game and .3' *w 9 y sit. f4'su. 49*
designed and built the car,Mar- Catholic.VETERANS. Fresh Water Fish Commission 35'
uo Forghlerl. is that the antelope have,dls- 11 84 244 PLASTIC
parsed from the general release
site. 31 '44 17
The thirty-eight antelope were
trapped in Colorado and flown i Sometimes He'i Up,Sometimes'
to Florida by Eastern Air Lines He's Down He adds,'.. blraca. t .. TRELLISSWEET
for release in the Klssmmee ,He works it all around6'G I
THE' JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC Valley on January 24. The flat, AOGNiI Nifi 60lOEN CAEAM STI'lE '
I prairie land of the Klssimmee 62.55 / PEAS"
Valley is similar to the an- '
Of 630 DAVIS ST. Is Now Taking'
telope's native range and earlier -
observation flights found,\ COMING ATTRA : 'lO!& CORN 303' SIN 'rQ

For Its the animals feeding with cattle ,5 89' ,
Applications and deer. 47 42 51 ,

According to 0.1.Frye,director 9 / '
Game and Fresh Water MAN'S .DAYSNUMBERED .5 3,03. CAlif: v Y.KRAFT'

Veteran Class. Fish. Commission, weekly observation
flights were made
during the first one and one-
r half months after release to "'Man's Days are Numbered."
check on the general health of Health and Fortune'' Can Be'
The, Size Of Our ClassesIs the animals and to observe any Yours When You Know ,Tom', FRESH LEAN PORK STEAK l'. *t'
movement of the herd. Otoer* Lucky Days.. GRAPE JELLY
vation patrols were later reduced Lucky Colors, etc.

Limited By Law. Since to January monthly only trips.four dead ( osccfor your for p 11.oz.. dV FLA.. PASCAL CELERY sm9(

/ animals have been found.Threeof i .
these were within a month of SWIFT'S PREMIUM
the release date. Some early : #111 in the blank below and mail FOLGER'S COFFEE :?. 59(
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of mortality In the herd was expected to ZODIAC, Post Office Box .
due to shipment Observation ';,1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla. 1 .11. CAN 69$ CHUCK STEAKBUSH'S "

trips over the release
Pface. area have not revealed any recent :NAME SHOWBOAT HANDY PAK 2 it. POLY m
dead animals which indicates STREET ------

CALL '355-9874 ,moved to the a new antelope range.may. have DATE OK BIRTH Mo. Day PORK & BEANS 40 Ole 29.FR. H.O.FRY POTATOES 29t





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:' :ROOM FOR RENT: New Faces On Capitol Hill' The Return OF The PIMPERNEL

tficrijr furnished. Cooklngpri- I': ;j ENTElfAINMUUllOES: amES J THEY
vlledge.Slngl woman couple, THEY'SElVffiM HERE THEY> SEEK HIM THERE,
If odtl'jl.cODYen1eDCe. ss.a6Ot. HIM OTTWTOi; B HE IN HEAVEN OR B HE IN
BELL PIMPERNEL.Tbe .
MULTI-THREAT THATDARWED ELUSIVE

HELP 'ANn' CBICA70-CIP )-Rpw much of pod thing does mulninstrpimentalist .Jo .
Thai
accounts linger on.
t'p- but the credit
over
hoUdan are
31st
"
Roland Kirk ? Well/according to the .
NOWbest homes provide : : centers made enough to
: lobe
,Top and at the shopping ;
annual Down Boat readers' poll, quite a bit. Kirk showed lIP In : : : folk, downtewn .
,N.Y. City,New Jorsey,Friendly flute baritone sax, miscellaneous ; ,.? carry them for the next six months but the Brothers ain't got
rating in five different categories: rk1
tamales Fare tent, rush re- instruments and the "Jazzman of hthyear"corner. A dim ill next payday, and for the next umpteen! paydays he'lllust
ferences. FREE GIFT. have enough to meet them bills...
$00 W. 40. St, N.Y.C. Dept NEW YEAR Irs Interesting to note bow many of the downtown stores,
LOS ANGELES-flPI-Ella Fitzprald" Is so much In demand 'exfended"Cbrlstmas greetings via the Negro Press to their
*' that she is headlining entertainment at not one but two partiesat k1,, Negro customers who patronised them all tbnI the year
'HUP[[ WANTED; the Hotel Ambassador for the breaking of the New Year. Charlie doesn't give a hoot about the Negro brother...all be
iii AiDs NT' Thaf quite a number, since it represents half of the parties wants Is your money and your rote and after he gets that you
( y, SLEEP-IN: being thrown at the hotel at the year's end. She will join the can eo-you know where.?all because be keeps the Brothers
'JOBS, salaries to $65,. fare Jimmy Jones trio In the Cocoanut Grove, and Dick Stabile divided. And the Brothers remain divided because they nave
advanced.< Rush references, and his orchestra in the Embassy ballroom. been so thoroughly brainwashed that they expend most of their
phone number. ABLE MAXI each other. The Brother has reached
energies (On lax) fighting
AGENCY, iss N. MAIN FREEPORT : INDEFINITE RUN the place would block another Brother from getting
N..!. NASSAU, Bahamas-NPI! ( >- Playing Lenny's Playboy Lounge Something amend Mr. Charlie gets it The Brother isWhitey
at Oakes Field for an indefinite run is Janet Calloway an 's best ally.
;f "I ISABELLA of PARIj."THAT'S Allendale, S.C. native, a gradnlce of Cab Calloway. Miss TEE-HEE:'The big joke about the state has to do with whetherthe
Calloway came to the Bahamas direct from a successful socialite Fla-Jax Club has become a subsidiary of the local
MEI! I bave the'Amar.ln& engagement at Coral Beach hotel, Miami Beach. NAACP.Seems like one Fla-Jax member who Is also an NAACP
SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS official wanted several prominent Jaxons dropped from the
.?!ep for ail the things you want.t PORGY SINGSPETERSBURG Xmas dance invitation list because said citizens were not
do. Box of 30 $1.00. Satis- .-(NPI)>-The third production in Virginia ( 'Li ,affiliated with the NAACP or failed to support some of the
fiction guaranteed or Money State College artists recitals series wlllbe George Gershwin's boycotts sponsored by the NAACP satellite organization,
,B...c tL "Porgy and Bess," presented Monday, Jan.1l1n the school's Citizens Committee for Better Education, chairmanned by
ISABELLA auditorium. Featured will be LeVera Hutcberson, Joyce! Wendell Holmes. Among those challenged were Editor Eric
P> 0.; Box 239, Dept. S Gary Bryant, Avon Long Val Prlngle and the Eva Jessy Choir. 0. Simpson, Atty. Ernest Jackson and Frank Hampton. They
Indiana. AWARD WINNER say the Fla-Jax members over-ruled Holmes' social boycott
PHILADELPIfIAr.NPISqlrano Jacquelln Norwood, was r V and instructed him to send them Invites. But It seems like
""' among three singers chosen recnetly for the first Maria DE 3 Boss Holmes retoed the Fla-Jax members ruling seeing
:WANTED 2 LADIES Varady award In competition at the New York State theaterin u bow Eric 0. Simpson is still looking for his invite. The

Poised well groomed ladles to: Lincoln Center for Performing Arts. Miss Norwood, 16, only thing that prevented Simpson from dying of a broken
represent new line of cosmetics one of over 150 applicants from the United States and Canada heart was the Christmas greeting he received in form ef a '
with bastones designed especially who entered the contest, and her co-wlners will receive a personal letter from none other than Hubert H. Humphreywho
for your complexion. Call season's engagement with the New York City Opera as a prize. happens to be the Vice President of the United States...

455-42661 for appointment ordemOllStrati What's cracking most folk up is that Simpson who was boycotted ,
from the Fla-Jax dance after more than 15 years by NAACP'
; enthusiasts Is the revelation that the editor was given a'\
WINIED -- 1 1F v citation for "meritorious service" by the NAACP some 10
HELP WANTED riT.ME I years ago before civil rights fighting became fashionable.
Dlrector-Coordisator-Quall- beauty operatbtsTlSa; baitwi.New : : F FATHER TIME The bell rang this week for Lawrence
fications: Florida teacher Hollywood Beauty and Marshall, former hotel man who was kayoed by the great
certification in Early Childhood Barber Lounge 622 Ashley Stall man-killer Cancer Another Jason who couldn't come up when

Education preferably with experience { 354'_ SEASONAl/8HORT_CUTS" the bell rang for round '67 was John Har.rjs, gay, crafty real
in pre-school or early, r In most part of the" estate man who can be credited for the greatest blockbustiflg'Job
elementary teaching, together I winter Isn't the longed country season in history, since he was the first to sell Negroes property'out
with experience in educational of the year-It just seems that k Edgewood and Moncrlef area now known as Carver Heightsand
or social administration.Salary4700 wiy But unleii you live on an Washington Heights.
per month maximum. 'Iceberg th rr are a good many ABOUT TOWN In town for the Xmas bolldaze was JIMMY
'thIng you can do to streamlineyour I STEWART, formerly of the RAVENS, Just back from personal
housekeeping for in easier'
Center Teacher-Coordinator Roya Crown (tit not Shorter) winter: appearances in Australia. Jimmy who has been busy writing
Qualifications: Florida teacher CeOla Recolor and repair at the songs says he's now devoting his talents to playwrlghttng and
certification preferably in adore time: You can nuke a short story wrlting..Essle McRae Rodriquez, in town from
Early Childhood Education with Fading color on slipcover or up.bolifeiy Miami for the Dr. W. W. Schell-Mrs. Annie Monroe merger..

at least two years of teaching the aId o(go one another of the season nw aerosol with Also in town from Miami,schoolteacher Sadie Braiton,slimmer
experience in kindergarten or fabric priyji and careful not to give out her address and phone number to
Early Elementary level Salary, CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS inquiring Jaxons..Elcee R. Lucas became half-centurion on
-4600 month maximum,' New Year's Day and vows he'll run for City Council against
per
LEFT UNCLAIMEDWe The five newly-elected Republican Senators-to; left, Edward W. Brooke (Mass.); top right,
HELP WANTED Howard H. Baker Jr. (Tenn.); bottom left, Cliff Hansen (Wyoming); bottom right Mark 0. Barney Cobb..and If you don't want to get evicted from the
Teachers Qualifications mentiOD'any of the other
: Shop don't Negro
Printing
Telegraph ,
'::'Bachelors Degree In Education' have two 1967 Zig Zag 1 SALES PEOPLE ,Hatfield (Oregon); center, Charles H. Percy (El.) will be interviewed on a one-hour special leaders who might be thinking of running from the third ward
Dial -Matic Sewing Machines edition of "Meet the Press" Sunday, Jan. 15, to be colorcast by the NBC Television Network
'preferably in Early Childhood of to mind that the
for the post..And speaking running brings
Education with at least one that were Christmas layawaysthat Men aid women, to sell adver-' and broadcast by the NBC Radio Network. The program will originate in Washington, D. C.. word is out stevedore union official Landon Williams thinkingof

year experience kindergarten were left unclaimed.Never Usln,. Liberal draw, liberal running for the Council from Ward 5...Shirley Johnson has
'fir Early Elementary level.'Salar14425 been used, customers left area. commission, easy work, quick ""-Mv, that's beautiful baby!I" Talent Show Levin Led left the Bus Station Bar for the umpteenth tlme..ls flashing her
per month There is only a $47 balance sales. You earn $'75 to$150 if, exclaimed an admiring friend. personality at the Edgewood Lounge...Her ex-boss Herman
;:JDU1mum. due, each. Cash or terms. Ph. you're keen. Fringe benefits. i "Oh that's nothing," repliedthe Sponsored PTA Klausner who also runs Manuels is a c.ard..couldn't; extend a
By
3531946 anytime. Will deliver SHY MustangsTo
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 mother. "You should see his Christmas greeting thru the Negro Press to his Negro
Location: Palm Beach County no obligations 1608 Main St !Mojcrlef Rd, co ..13th. photograph" Catholic, Digest- customers who spent oodles of doolahs in his Joints during the

.. ,. Of R. L, Brown SC Championship ,ear...'Ibat PR man at that big firm who derailed a Christmas
ad for the STAR doesn't know that we know what s going on in
:. ._" BISHOP AT YOUR'AIPWAREHOUSE The Parent-Teachers Association Flashy Jerry Levias lid the, a certain department. The operation could bring the feds In
: of R. L. Brown Elementary SMU Mustangs to their first: and wreck a million dollar company.
STORE School will sponsora Southwest Conference championship GUESSING GAME Ish Brant, Duval School Supt. has
variety talent show Jan. 13 in years Warren everybody guessing when he'll quit and everybody seems to
t I : SH P" 3000 W. 45th ST. in the school auditorium. Mrs Me Yea, the Houston University think that Ish wants to get out to get another Job before the
: Annie Patterson is chairman, Cougars flash back steered grand Jury digs up anything aahim..Andwblle they're guessing
and Mrs. Viola Johnson, co- them to one of their best season every body is wondering which female principal will be
PRICES IN THIS AD chairman. on the gridiron. George replaced by whom. Insiders say a recent survey recommendedthe
r Invitations have been extendedto Westbrook did a good job if replacement of two female principals by males because a
"; TIi"e: ,: store, that cares..about. :"youi!" ARE GOOD THROUGH other schools to participate. running for the Baylor Bears, large percentage of the children come from fatherless homes.
Matthew W. Gilbert will present but they Just couldn't make the Psychologists children need a father image but students

SUNDAY JANUARY 8"SUPERRIGHT" four trumpeters; New grade, even with Southhall pitching at two schools are not getting that image...just women, women,
Stanton, the choral group,under the football like Sandy women.
:" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF direction of Mrs Alpha Moore, Koufax throws the horsehide PREDICTIONS: Long about the end of February there'll betalk
QUALITY and individual members of the Trinity University in San An- about boycotting and marching,seelngas how Easter comes
New Stanton Band will give tonio lid the stage in Negro In March this year.
instrumental solos. participants, both football and MAYOR BITTER will be re-elected Mayor U the grand Jury
CHUCK ROAST BONE IN 39( Other participants will basketball Houston also has investigation doesn't get hlm..BARNEY COBB will be moved.
Include, the singing ensemble' two Negro basketball players out of his council seat despite his segregationist stand...'
of the host school faculty; that are top scorers for the CHARLES SIMMONS, Negro appointee to the civil service
Cougars this season. board will be elected for a full term, if be runs.
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EXTRA SPECIAL! PURE CANE EXTRA. SPECIAL! IOC OFF LABEL: Church Of God WORLD NEWS ROUND ,UP I


FLO-CANE Slates Youth Day HOT LINE?? 'WAR CONTDlUES \ mlchael and 28 others on state

DAR ES SALAEM-NPI LUANDA -{NPI)- The fightto riot charges is likely to be appealed
SUGAR TIDE Youth Day will be observed new radiotelephone link between -' wrest Angola from the as high as the VS.Supreme
Sunday throughout the day In Tanzania and next door clutches of its colonial master, sourt. Carmichael and
the Chcrch of God in Christ 4 ,
neighbor Zambia has been Portugal, is reportedly con other SNCC members were said
: according to Elder W.F.Faust, placed in operation, designedto ,tinning on three fronts-the far to have contributed to a riot
pastor. bring the two Independent African northern border of Congo-Kin that broke out Sept.6.Attorneys
Su. m39C 1tr yl. The Young Adult Choir will nations closer together and shasha; and in the eastern area for the accused men have said
GIANT
PUG.
: sing with Miss Doris Faust strengthen: economic coq>erat- of Coxombo. Six months ago they win probably appeal thefederal
49LIMIT and Karen Faust at the instru
; ion. The line, officially opened it was said the five-year-old panelVrnllng. ,
1- ments. Mrs. Norma'Bell Is
last November 28 by Messrs guerrilla action had been confined -
LIMIT WITH H.OO supervisor of the youth depart- Reuben Kamaga, Zambia's to a small mountainous DECIMAL CURRENCY
ment. vice and Tanzania's triangle in the north. Now,
OR MORE ORDER president LONDON{NP1)-Planutaln-
The Sunday School ,
WITH begins however new offensive seems
$5.00 Economic Affairs Minister,Bo- a
augurate a decimal system of
10
at a.m., with David Faustin
OR MORE ORDER charge. YPWW will be held manl, could according to Kam- to have been mounted. currency in England by February
anga herald a "direct hot line"hookup APPEAL 1967 were announced by
at 6:30 p.m., with Elder Edward
n Spiller presiding. Deacon between the two countries ATLANTA-(NFQ-A federal the government, in which 100
court decision that Georgia may pennies would equal the pount
: : Walker West will have charge
EXTRA SPECIAL: EXTRA SPECIAL: ROUND WHITE of the lesson try SNCC leader Stokely Car- ($2.80)).


WHITE BEAUTYSHORTENING U. S. #1 Has anyone noticed that men local 3, Sued Worst Traffic
returning from military service Mrs. LarkinsSpoMsors
seldom become unwashed beat., NEW ORLEANS-CNPiy-local: Record Is Being
3 International Association of
POTATOESIBS nib Two or more years of required ,
cleanliness teem to create Heat and Frost Insulators and Set Says Patrol
a lasting respect: for map and Asbestos Worker, is being
water. sued by a group which chargesthat
: Singing GroupsThe no Negroes are permittedto TALLAHASSEE: Col. H. N.
1 .39c become members and there- ;,Klikman. Director of the Depart,
3L8.U.CUS9c, "A frank'and uninhibited Blvan Specials, youth by ply their trade. The charges latent of Public Safety stated

exposition of the onrushof gospel unit, will be presented, say that the restrict its membership today record that breaking 1968 la year going tot to death be a
Pntfici Miiifif;, with other groups and singers to relatives of current
and destruction
l'loeIda'shighways
LIMIT WITH $5.00OR physical desireSoiltyCrowtfttr. Sundae at 3 p.m. In the Churchof' I members and the bar against'r If the trend on continued,
.N,V 14th and.Gnmthal .
times ..the Living God,. Negroes Is racial and there is no sign of a letup
MORE ORDER Sts., sponsored 6yr Most unions in the city are' ,
EXTRA SPECIAL! J LANE 'PAKER "A truly adult 'love story! I Mrs. L. Larkins. J.', separated racially. The two' Florida aow. enters the last and

SWEET It is a beautiful film, : Sunday night, the groups will largest in the city-the long moat dangerous months of the
: EUIA, SPECIAL! ALL FLAVORS POTATO'PIES finely: made!" appear in Blbleway Holiness shoremen n"l""f-*ttn have year with 25 more trains deaths
Church 329 Orange St. Others'appearing separate units though they do than the 1.315 of the same period
Judith Cmt.H V Herald Tnbune lot 1965. .... .
YUKON CLUB i win be the GospeLEchoes work together rather closely
Echoettes Jacquelyn 'For tile first eight months of
,
tens Fort and Deacon James Airman On hue 68 only three counties are with
out a traffic fatality out of the
BEVERAGESif Byrd. }. Airman 3rd Class Larry R. state's 87. They were Gulf.
On Jan. IS, beginning.*!Jp.m. ,
and Liberty
Jenkins, the son of Mr and Mrs' Lafayette ,
s! the Specials will be presentedto James Jenkins of 3053 Ray Col. KUkman concluded by
..rB .Ol. the, Church of God by Faith' waning afotorlats that durlna
Jacksonville
Road Florida,
1 .Ot. .. 3.9'lc' STRAND THEATRE' Sweetwater. Other singers will. lILt Just finished Basic"Training these last months of tile yea

]: ,CANS 1) EACH Stutiit S.ntay, lan.8 ,:war., ... at Airman Amarillo Jenkins, Texas A.F.B.now vlsting fading ud distort daylight perspective reduces fat vision both

..II eat IIIUllr, :: No IDI tlidtr II HIGHWAY SIGN: "Be a patiint friends and relatives here in driven and pedestrians Slowdown
dowpb
Parents pedestrian, not a pedes-t. ,the city. _when .the sun.toes,
I Admitted Unless With trial patent."



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