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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 14, 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:
UF00028362:00442

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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 14, 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:
UF00028362:00442

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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demonstrations sympathy with the by defendants.The people in. .', .tI\: ./ I *** ** *** k.- .** *

six arrested on numerous '" Negro Job '
charges: are: Joseph Waller Jr., :"I !i; ." t. '" Parents' Quarrel Powell BackersVow
25, leader of the Student Nonviolent cJ .,.! Seekers f
Do Too
CoordinatingCommlttee : RevengeOn
(SNCC) chapter: here; Tommy A'1.'f" > I

Williams 17; John Wesley .. ". : I 1 II .. Well Or Poorly Over Kids' Fight Democrats
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Bryant, 25; Crawford L. Jones, < '',,0"." .,,.:,:.,:..''' i:; .
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Lemuel Green 21. .. ,I. HEW YORK-(NPl-Negro job WASHINGTON Negroes
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The charges: include two ,' .. seekers can't win on aptitude Ends In KillingA protesting the House refusal
felonies, resisting arrest with ,. .. tests, it was charged both here to seat Adam Clayton Powell
violence and grand larceny, and in Washington Either they warned that they would oppose
plus six misdemeanors, affray 'J' ; do<[too poorly to qualify or do Jacksonville man was bound over to criminal court as the reelection: of President Johnson
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and riot, unlawful assembly, :. .. ., l' so well that prospective result of a shooting and wounding which grew out of a quarrel unless he denounce the action
malicious destruction of>public> .,. i\\ employers reject: them.In over a fight between nieghborhood children: last Sunday against the Harlem Democrat.
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property, aiding and abetting, ,7 NAACP New director York, Herbert for labor Hill, Albert Curry Jr., 23, of 5739 'J. L. Suber and H. D. Nelson On Capitol Hill, ,where demonstrators -
disorderly conduct and gathered to picket
MetalWorkers Bract St. was bound over after said:
destruction of city property. ......:. : charged: that the Sheet a bearing before Justice: of Bush and his wife,Shir ley Mae for Powell, at least five
The first five charges: are -,.. International the Peace Leigh,last Thursday 'Went to church: last i&htBI unidentified young Negroesburned'
county: charges: and were filed -- / Association has admitted only One person was tilled and two what they claimed were
by the state attorney's officeat ATLANTA Negro Julian Bond (center) twice denied his seat in the Georgia legislature 15 Negroes into its apprenticeship other wounded In atace-to-face draft cards. Police made no
the time of the arrests,, because of his controversial: views on the Viet Nam War, finally took Us oath of office training program since Shootout between two men, one move to arrest them.
and the last three are city I last Monday as the 1967 session of the General Assembly got under way. It took a U. S. 1964, although more than this gamed; with a shotugn, the other A short distance away j. fiery
charges filed later in St Supreme Court ruling and three elections for Bond to finally make it into the legislature. number have passed theassociation's with a pistol. black: power advocate Stately
Petersburg city court. TELEPHOTO aptitude test. Sammie Lee Bush, 31, of 7141 Carmichael told a .crowd'on
All su appeared before Judge "It is apparent that the ,Ken Knight Dr., was killed bya the Capitol steps that NecrOe'hay.
Carr on the day of their arrests, association: Intends to acceptno 38-callber bullet that passed "been swallowed up by
at which time bonds were set I Bonded Aide more' than this token :through the handkerchief: pocket the Democratic Party. They
The hearing was continued until Julian Bond 26 ,number," said lull of his coat. take us for granted," he said,,

.last Friday. "Ironically, the charge. now is His accused slayer.and a "but when Johnson comes: back I
Friday, the -cased iaWtWaDet tasted( .Frew *''thv* the Jiegrou' did too well,, woman who was involved in the f 'io us In '6$, wall spit in his '-,
Williams Bryant and''' kes.HouseS on the test, a1th u&l1 tor many argument that led to the duel 1 face"
'T MRS. ROSALYN MOORE
Jones were continued at the at Poverty Job long years, the union Insisted were wounded. ..,escapes shooting Other Negroes picketed by the I
request of their attorneys.At that Negroes were not qualified.A ; Duval County Detective Sgts. Capitol and in front of the White
the bearing two charges: Charles Lockhart who has spokesman for the Workers leaving their children with his House taking up anti-Johnson '
ATLANTA Ga. Georgia's Involvement in Viet Nam Defense League attributed the I
aggression
against Walls and Green were sister-in-law, Pauline Bush. themes as they demonstrated;
dropped, and they were bound embattled legislature, its and murder and calling been on as the a $500-a-montb antipovertyprogram high scores to tutoring by tha First NegroTo While the latter was drying In vocal but orderly: fashion.
over to civil and criminal court actions dominated by court on young min to seek appointee of former Governor league. He said Negro youths clothes, the children got ihto Shortly after 1 p.m; EST, a
of record by Judge Carr on two decrees, qulsUyseatedatwice- alternatives to military draft. Burns while serving received about 17 hours of tutoring an argument with the children delegation from Powell's home I'
other charges. barred Negr o member last Leaving the capitol. Bond Haydon a full-time relations each week for four weeks HeadPassporl of Rosalyn Moore, 28,who lives district d Harlem arrived at
as public
Monday, then went on to elect appeared at a news conference before taking the test. Vhlte
Prosecutor Joe Mlele decided man for the Donded Collection with her sister, Carolyn Red- the House ,to presenta
during the bearing that the state Lester G. Maddox governor to with "black power" leader Hill lauded New York State's i, ding, 20, in an adjoining bousing petition defense of Powell.
could not prosecute them on the resolve a popular-vote stale Stokely Carmichael, chairman Commission for Human Rights AgencyVivian unit at 7139 Ken Knight Dr. The delegation, composed
affray and riot charge, and that mate. of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating for its decision to go to courtto Mrs. Moore has been hostess about 25 Negroes representing
he hadn't a case against Green "The eyes and ears of the Committee ((SNCC). save the high Korea achieved A. Ferrin of Washington at the Edgewood Lounge and has the Harlem Citizens lot Community
on the resisting arrest with world will be focused on this Carmichael read a statement on an aptitude test recently D. C. bas been gained popularity> u a model Action 'petttlotKa
violence charges. chamber when a joint session opposing the stripping of Rep. taken by the Job seekers.In appointed Agent-in-Cbarge of in several fashion shows. Johnson and Speaker John W.
Carr then ruled that the court Is convened to untangle one Adam Clayton Powell, D-N.Y. tl. Washington, It was charged a new Passport Agency createdby The children said Miss McCormack to "stand boldly !
found no probable cause to try of his committee chairmanship.: that t "widespread and often the U. S. Department of State Redding grabbed Bush's and denounce the unethical :
Walls for resisting arrest with Indiscriminate": use of testing and scheduled to open next 7-year-old son, Sammie Jr., political scheme directed '
violence either, so the charge devices is one of the major month in Philadelphia, Pa. and twisted his arm while against the welfare of Hack\ :
against him was dropped. Current Stresses hindrances to employment of The new Agency will processthe breaking up the fight. citizens of these UnttedStjttesof )
Carr withheld ruling on the a non-whites in the area ever-increasing number of When Bush and his wU.picked America." '.
grand larceny charge against NAACP RoleIn The Community Advisers on applications for passports from up their children: later, they But Johnson already hid Indicated -
them until the state had time Equal Employment, which made the Pennsylvania,' New Jersey, were told of the arm-twisting he would not attemptto
to prepare an answer to Public the charge, said tests "often and Delaware area; and will incident, and went next..door Intervene In an affair which
Defender Robert er'1 claim 1 Local ProblemsNEW ---'- ---- bear little relationship to the bring to ten the number of to talk to Mrs. Moore. MlseRedding be considers wholly under ,the
that his clients: could not be CHARLES I A. LOCKnuT requirements of the Job." Passport Field Agencies.Mr. and three men, including Jurisdiction of Congress. ,
charged: with ,grand larceny: dual role ends. According to Ben D. Segal, Ferrin was born in' Albert Curry Jr., 23, Chanting constantly, younger
since "the mural\ was attached YORK In his reportto Agency of Miami has been given chairman of the group of Jamaica and cubseouentlv be'camean were present.An Negroes sought to keep the
to the wall of city hall, therefore -, tbe annual meeting of the his walking papers, according: business labor, church, civil: American citizen.: He argument followed and Capitol rally going.
part of the real estate," NAACP, Gloater B. Current, to Poverty Program Director rights, and government representatives served in the U. S. Army under Bush left, but appeared in front One demonstrator identified
and under Florida law, larceny1: director of branches and field Sargent Shriver. Job testing can bara combat conditions and is of his home a few minutes as Allan Moore of New York
applies to theft of personal! administration, emphasized the Lockharf dual role with the Negro from work Just as his a member of the Department later with a shotgun and a pistol. city, declared: "We are* at
property and not "real" importance of membership and Governor's Division of Econo- failure or inability to finish of State American Legion Post. In the meantime, Curry went war with the United States
property. branch participation In Issues mic Opportunity and, Bonded high school. Mr. Ferrin received his B. A. to his car and got a pistol. We'll bring you. down.' ,The
Carr found "orobable cause"to of local importance.Mr. Rental Agency, which "These tests do a better Job from Howard University in The two men began firing at whole world Is waiting for us]
bind Walls and Green over JULIAN BOND Current reported that at superlvses 10,000 bpuslngunits of determining how much of 1953, later attended American each other on the sidewalk in to do It." '.
co two misdemeanor charges: of the greatest governmentalsnarls the year's end the Association in Dade and Broward Counties, the white mlddli-class culturethe University and is a member front of the houses. The demonstrators were .toldd
unlawful assembly and of our day and time," consisted of 1,188 branches was exposed In the press last Negro has absorbed than of Phi Sigma Alpha Honor The shot fired by Bush struck the House action: by one of
malicious destruction: of public Speaker George L. Smith told 511 youth councils, and 53 college December. of measuring his ability Society. Prior to the new appointment both Curry and Miss Redding, Powell's aides who '
property.The the house. chapters making a total "After Investigation, our to perform the Job." be served u one who was standing behind Curry. congressman wanted the crow
three city: court charges "I know you are ready," be of 1,752 units operative in 50 Regional Office concluded Mr. Attacking difficult and often of the Senior Passport Bush was dead on arrival at to disperse and meet In Wash-
against them are still pending sald.J states. Lockharf full-time employment discriminatory, testing Examiners in the Domestic Duval Medical Center. Currywas into tomorrow night to
Jagger said Tuesday there maybe Maddox and Republican He cited: branches of 10,000or by Bonded Rental Agency procedures, Segal said private Operations Division of the arrested at the hospitaland discuss: his next move.
a bearing concerning them Howard H. (Bo) Callaway, a more: Detroit, Chicago: raised substantial difficultieswith : industry and labor must Passport. .Office in Washington booked in Duval County The crowd shouted ."No, Df>.*!
this week. conservative who shifted to Cleveland, and Baltimore as respect to his ability to "search: out and hire" the Toe first Negro robe appointed Jail, on a murder charge. One shouted /*&> dfi '!.. :
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All six defendants were still moderate views In tile well as those of 9,000 or more:' serve simultaneously asa area's unemployed. to !bead a State Department send some'of. those lfIII'hl 1
In county Jail in Clearwater campaign! were thrown into a New Orleans, Pittsburgh, half-time consultant to the Saying "Our doors are open" Passport Agency, Mr. Ferris NAACP Effort Gives crackers out here .whorvptd
yesterday despite recent bond no-majority deadlock in tile Philadelphia, the combined Los Florida Division d Economic sounds good b. said, but we will supervise up to 15 against him to make commentsto
reductions.On general election by wrlte-lus Angeles branches, the District Opportunity," Shrivef must go beyond, the spirit of permanent employes. During Indianapolis Negro us. They'll die, they'll die.
Friday, Carr followed the for a third candidate. of Columbia, and Baltimore.He asserted. the law," be said. the spring and summer monthsan
guidelines set by Circuit Court Court rulings opened the way reported that the New York He said OEO regional director Segal said the requirementof additional 22 temporary Police Inspector La. Authorities:
Judge Joseph P. UcNulty last for the legislative election of City Department of Welfare Frank Sloan "raised these a high school: diploma arrest employee may be hired. It is
Tuesday when UcNulty reducedthe a governor and tilt seating of Branch frd the nation In Its points to the Florida Division records, the emigration of estimated that the Philadelphia INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. As a Object Voters' Aid
bonds of Wills and Green Rep. Julian Bond, 26,' Negro Freedom Fund contributions of Economic Opportunity and business, industry, and tradeto Agency will process as many direct result of the efforts of BATON ROUGE ACP1>-
to $950 each on all eight Democrat from Atlanta. which totaled $7,000.000. Chi- recommended that the the suburbs, housing restrictions u 150,000 passports: In its Indianapolis NAACP Metro LouIsiana officials last, week
charges. Bond, denied his seat a year Clio contributed: $',000 and consultant arrangement be and inadequate first year of operation. politan Council, a Negro has asked the U. S. Supreme Court
Carr reduced: at the request ago, took tilt oath of office Jamaica, New York, $3,800. terminated" ,,public transportation make job Ultimately the area serviced been appointed as Inspector in to reverse a lower coitus
of their attorneys, bonds for with a group of other members. Mr. Current said "Missis Walter Keyes, director of the seeking for unemployed could be increased to Include Indianapolis Police Department decision) permitting observersto
Jones and Bryant to $1,250 There was no cba11ell- sippi has taken a riant stride Burns poverty war division, Negroes difficult Ohio. for the first time In Its assist illiterate citizens to
each and for Williams and although Rep. James Floyd of toward freedom In 1966 under notified the OEO Lockharf "Very ,little progress," he Miss Frances G. Knight, history. vote in elections The officials:
Waller to $1,750 each. Trlon staged a one-man the leadership of Charles services as a part- said, has been made in the director of the Passport Office Two days after Mayor John say the 1965 U. S. voting law,
Bond s for Walls and Green walkout in protest. with the organization of twelve time consultant were "hardcore": unemployed in Washington, In commenting: J. Barton announced the appointment does not apply to Louisiana
dropped to $600 each after the "I don't want to be associatedwith new branches. It has doubled terminated effective Dec. 31, mostly N.croes-wllo are on the appointment said, "Mr. of Capt. Spurgeon because a law In. Louisiana
two charges: against them were a man who doesn't know its membership from 5,126 in Shriver said.Lockhart caught: "in the vise of lifelong Ferris has !had ten ,IU.' experience D. Davenport to the new post, prohibits such a practice 4..,
dropped whether or not be will commit 1965 to 10,713 in 1966." was part of Burns' poverty, bad education, and in the Department and be announced: the dismissal of It has been admittedlbai (hit
treason," said Floyd, who took Branch participation effortsto Dade County campaign squalid bousing" Is considered by his superiorsto Police Chief Noel A. Janet (assistance: will perm;t(ad/G7
PETITION the oath minutes later with avert riots, enforce: the integration structure In the ex-governor's BIG JjIMPNASHVILLE be well qualified to fill the William Hardy, NAACP .Negroes to vote t who would
another group of legislators.Bond of school procedures, unsuccessful bid for the nomination < -Theper-- post. I have every confidence: regional youth director, says, otherwise be disqualified and
NEW YORK{NPI)}-Tbe Rev said only that he was instruct and register voters, then switched with centage of Negro 'pupils In In Mr. Ferrltfa ability to "we don't really know why Chief in many sections: these Negroeswho
Milton A. Galamlson, who was not surprised that no challenge: spread consumer: protection: other Dade Burns supporters racially 'mixed Dixie schools'rose ,, manage successfully: the new Jones was fired,but we've beard cannot read and write and
arrested in a sit-in the Board wu made of him. The Supreme information and benefit from to Republican GOT. Claude ,Agency.' that It '
sharply between 1965-66: was because of the who would vote would: along
of Education building, has announced Court ruled In December that the Kirk. Mr. Ferrin Is married to the
opportunities offered In theGovernment's but still trailed behind that of charges discrimination which: with other qualified Negroes
an effort to seek a million the house could not exclude' War on Poverty Anti-poverty workers with border states la the South,the ,former Adrienne McLymont of were Included In a statementby outnumber white voters led fate:
names on a petition calling Bond! because he endorsed astatement also .Dade. Counts Economic ,, !New York City and they nave the local
program were enumeratedby percentage Jumped from &... j' : NAACP td over the political centre. jot.
for the board's resignation labeling U. S.
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company ,By.WHIt:( T If. YOUNG JR.

CIVIL RIGHTS: THE MORAL CHALLENGE

MEMO j1J Vtq)
.The !Immorillty racfalpreiudlcsandkiacldmfnattonpresentsl?
a great challenge to the churches of America. As guardians
NEGRO
P MlrlbNALI of our ethical herlgage, they must bear a greater responsibility
for creating a moral climate which will help break down
I the barriers which imprison people in substandard living
conditions for no reason other than their color.
ERIC 0. SMPSON.....fliRUlni Editor I The problem the churches face is compounded'

by the prejudice of many of their congregations.Two .
HILDA WDOTEN.......Circnlatioa Maiier r4ii Protestant clergymen in Pennsylvania .-1 o oOne
recently forced to leave their churchesfor other
AR assignments because they were too active the <
2323 Moncrief Road Phone EIiiN' 4-6782 civil rights struggle. |
was subject to harassment wnicn tachdedthreatening .
Mailing AddressP.O. phone calls and attempts to force his car off the
road. The other was told be should have preached more
,sermons on "peace of mind." Apparently some people) believe
Jacksonville Florida 32201
Boa 599 sermons should be "talk to sleep by" rather than stimulatingmoral
p pI challenges.

MIAMI OFFICE This refusal to face the moral crisis of our national life is
I shared by too many congregations. In the South zany churches

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set up in church buildings for the purpose of frustrating
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One Year $6.00 Half Year, $4.00 content to follow their parishioner's prejudices,defiance

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States r of the ideals of brotherhood and equality.
Fortunately, the mainstream of American religious life is fully
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? FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 r for equal rights.
Jacksonville 1. Florida Last spring the General Assembly of the United Presbyterian
Church, representing more than 3 million people,overwhelm*
ingly approved a creedal statement affirming its obligation to

Keep The Faith, Baby! work made similar for social:statements.Justice. Other leading church bodies have

Countless priests, nuns, ministers and rabbis have riskeddanger
This week how a group of self-righteous Americans strippeda in civil: rights demonstrations in the South, and.some
Negro congressman, Adam Clayton Powell of his chairmanship CAN'T QUIT THIS WAR..EITHER! have been martyred there. Their courage and dedication are
of the House Education tad Labor Committee and after symbols of the determination of enlightened religious leaders
divesting him of his power moved in and slaughtered him by to keep; their faith relevant to the modern world and to help
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voting to deny him of his seat in the Congress. solve the great problems of our day.
1 Many churches are active in anti-poverty programs and
There are few who will deny that there is reason to believe i others are using church contracts to help insure fair employ-
that Adam Powell committed many acts that a congressman YOUR Weekly ment practices by companies working for them. Vital fieldwork
should not commit like the misuse of his congressional credit is being done by organizations like the Delta Ministry,
card and took many pleasure trips at the taxpayers' expense. 1 1 an arm of the National Council of Churches, and that organi
And to be sure be has lived It up In a manner that many regard 1 1 zation's Commission on Religion and Race. Churches are
as unbecoming a minister and lawmaker. also active in helping to build integrated housing.The American

Horoscope Guide Jewish Congress; and several other organizations do an
The alleged irregularities of Mr. Powellare excellent Job of educating the public about racial problems.
so well known that we hardly need to Recently the National Conference of Catholic Bishops Issueda

reiterate them here, for stories about *, ** ** Pastoral statement on Race Relations and Poverty which
called for "changing the hearts of men" by Instilling a "true
him have occupied considerable in PABLO The
space 1 *** By ASTROLOGER
inspired
the add sense of neighborliness, based upon a religiously
daily newspapers -- pro con.
1 conviction that all men are equal before God and that all

But Is is mighty strange that Adam Clayton had to be the one 1 1 should be welcomed in our midst."
chosen his misdeeds when of YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR "Changing the hearts of men" will not be easy, but it is a
to be chastised for so many the WHICH ARE i
suited. A start
churches eminently
which
other congressmen have been committing the same misdeedsand '. task for our are
1 .. 1 should be made in some of our more comfortable suburbs
then for .
some
many years.It .
where racial exclusion in housing seems to be an article of

bolls down to the fact that the white man has two standardsone BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL faith An effort must also be made to help those insecure,
for whites and one for Negroes. As long as the white man 1 1 newly-arrived members of the lower-middle class, like thosein
does it-what ever it Is,right or wrong-it Is all well and good. 1 1N Chicago who threw rocks at priests and nuns demonstrating
But when a black man dares to do the same thing it becomesa --- -- -- -- .- -- .-... - for open housing. Their moral education has not increased as
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crime, It's unethical and be must be chastised. much as their incomes have.
ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN It is obvious that a massive national educational effort must
Hundreds of congressmen have taken trips not to the be made to counter the racism which: is so much a part of
Bahamas, 36 miles away but to Europe, taking their families BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. our national life. Our Religious bodies have a great missionto

and friends at government expense and not a mumbling hasteen JULY 22nd perform this area, and 1 am hopeful that their enlightened
22nd-
21th\ APRIL 19th 23rdOCT. 23rd 22nd- JAN.
19th
said. Senators have been Involved la deals wheratathey.. J. '.<, leadership will set the pace for the rest of us. '
shoveled federal'funds' into their states to aid firms and '< Ira all right" taings It's Yes or No. As.soon asyKu 4"' It takes grit. The Llbrtnn who Pull together.If there is some- Our churches cannot be content to preach "peace of mind"
corporations with which they were connected or derived favors made too easy; they somehow start questioning your own mo- are being drastically uprootedby thing holding you back, it may at a time of moral crisis. They must be in the vanguard of
and/or funds. But nothing has been said or done to penalize lose their value or glamour. tives, you risk arriving at no the force of circumstancesmay be due to the lack of cooperation change, showing the nation the true path of righteousness.
them. Consequently, take it as a favor- conclusions at all. This: wouldbe not yet realize that it Is between couples or
able development when you encounter about all It needs for other for the purpose of Implanting partners. The only other possible That Hurt Our
We don't say that wrong doing must go unchallenged, but we some hurdles that defy to do likewise, or to lose con- them in much more fertile cause would have to be Things Race
do say that if wrong-doing is to be punished, let's punishall you to surmount them. U keeps fidence In your ability to carry ground. It may be a costly and charged to the rivalry of Individuals -
wrong-doers. Not punish wrong-doing when the wrongdoer the game exciting without detracting things off to their natural con- an emotional ordeal but, after who feel that they Every one should make a resolution to
Is a Negro. from the fact that you clusions. Overconfidence, too, all, no progress can be made have more right to the offered deport himself in a way as not to injure
are quite likely to obtain the can trip you up on these days by simply standing sUU. The prize or privileges that you the public picture of the Negro race
We must fact lt..the castigation of Adam Powell is Just wanted results when you need Just when you think you have It recognition that a bright new are seeking It is going to Often we hurt ourselves just as much white
another white supremacy move to strip a Negro who has them. It would not be advisable made. Take advice from friends horizon is beginning to glow take considerable restraint as- do.
gained too much power. The southern bigots and northern to return to an old idea that you when it Is constructive but leave may penetrate and aid you who well as Ingenuity to win over people
traitors could not stand to see a Negro so powerful, so need much more space than you all the other kinds alone. IT you are reaching for fame,success, those who are Indispensable The inimitable Mr. Adam Clayton Powell isa
arrogant, so fluent and enjoying all the privileges of a white already have in which you and are having a tussle with yourself or material forms of compen to you, or to block all others good example of what we have in mind.
man. .your family can liveandplay. regarding what your next satin must now see to it that who are simply out to make Stokely Carmichael talks too much out of
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3-80-53-18-348. step should be, try to find a the foundation that they are trouble. When It comes to getting mouth, saying absolutely nothing, and
You can imagine how they envied Adam Powell who was peaceful sanctuary where you DOW laying should be strong and something done, particularly does demand high regard. All the blame
re-elected to Congress time and again with the least effort. can commune with the spiritual permanent. Frivolities must be when it is considered cannot be put on Negro politicians and
Just a few months ago while Democrats w. re losing their forces that are the only ones who abandoned. important, there are few who public figures, but let us look at the
seats In the last elections Adam Powell won by an overwhelming TAURUS ,can really tell you what to do. can match your speed or the
4.90.2. 17 858 rank and file of .
Negroes.The
foot in his congressional quallt of
majority without even setting ,8.70.99.14.210 y your achievements.
district BORN APRIL 9-50-88-19.497 following things hurt us:

20th- MAY 20th LEO SCORPIO
Let's face it, the stripping of Adam Powell, who stands as a 1. Irresponsible behavior in public.
symbol of pride to the Negro is a move to strip the American Step by Step. There Is a ten BORN JULY BORN OCT.
Negro of his pride. In spanking Adam Powell, the white power dency during this quarter to enlarge AOUARIUSBORN 2. Public
arrest for
structure is attempting to spank all Negroes. It's their way your field of mental activity 23rdAUG. 22ndIt's 24th-NOY. 22nd larly drunkenness regu-
JAN. and for
of to the point where it could knifing and swearing
telling Negroes..we can stop you. turn out to be too much for you. to be expected. It seems Someone always meddles. In- in front ot the public
The desire to go fast Is also as If no one can enjoy good laws, strangers, or others who 2Oth FEB.18th
The betrayal of Adam Powell should be a lesson to Negroes quite human,but this can be dangerous fortune without complications usurp the privUege may take Give and take.: As long asthere 3. The custom
to work for more unity as well as a lesson to Negroes to be business for those who arising to create trouble or It as a duty to meddle in your are two persons, there of sitting on front '
circumspect in their conduct and dealings for the simple are driving on the modernhlghways. worry. In your case, It could affairs and to try to tell you is bound to be a difference: of porches during the summers in under :
reason that as soon as a Negro begins moving into the main Communications of all be something from the past, what to do or how to go aboutit. opinion regarding the ways and shirts and bare feet.
stream of American life there are the white supremlsts sorts are apt to be somewhat a physical discomfort, or a When advice Is constructive, means to be adopted to bring I
r waiting to chop us down. unreliable during these days, ,breakdown in productivity. it should at least be considered about the desired results In 4. Loud talking and gossip while riding
anyway. It would be Just mat Whatever your particular But when it Is of the type that, such instances: flexibility in public transportation like trains J
We must be diligent, we must be united and we must. ter of ordinarypr udence to check dilemma may turn out to be, goes against the grain and your the thinking on both sides Is' bases, etc. i.
Keep the faith, baby. everything In person to prevent you should not be lacking In better judgment, you would do to be preferred to taking a *
eventual complications that can allies and genuine friends who well to reject it forthright. As stand from which no one is' 5.
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You Can't Be Your Own Doctoi I be as costly as they may be em come forth with advice or whatever long as you are committed to, willing to budge.Concede,compromise Laziness, and refusal to get a Job
when
bar rising. Do a little figuring else you may require. anyone in particular, you have or abandon the plenty of employment
In an effort to save doctor's fees out to see if you can determine Or maybe the moment when the right of choosing your attitudes that stand in the way is available for those who want to
many Just were you are most apt to you have to pay off a debt, friends, philosophies and close of a full and complete accord. work.
people try to be their own physicians.They in cash or in other is associates without any outside
6.
slip or to be taken in by trickery ways, 5.20.55.13.776.PISCES Living without any visible
may save dollars, but they do irrep- coming a bit too close for assistance. There U consider means of
arable damage to their health and physical 3 -66-16 '109 comfort able emphasis on background support which casts suspicion upon

well being.Advertised. 3.60.44.17.324 influences. It may be in your many residents.Let .
in better interest to keep secrets.
many magazines and news- GEMINI
papers are "do-it-yourself" medical kits 2.10.97.18.953 your speech, behavior and activities
for washing out the'external ear and/or BORN MAY VIRGO BORN FEB.Un.MAR. be constructive, for Negroes need the best

BORN AUG. 20th.. image they can make.
repairing and relining dentures ( false 21st- JUNE 21stIt .
teeth). The kits are economically priced, 22nd SAGITTARIUSBORN Don't start slipping. When
but only a doctor is qualified to give take Character. It somehow 23rdSEPT. temptation Is strong enough This Week in Negro History
does not take long for strangers Friends shouldn't meddle NOV. it can cause many Plscans to
.medication for the ears and treat denture to catch onwhensomethingnoteworthy While you may extract slip back Into old ways that may Jan. 9, 192$ Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., was born.
23rdDEC.
problems.In Is happening to you considerable pleasure from the 21st not be termed salutary or up-
a recent issue of the Journal of Confidences made to the best of company of your favored Pull back. Some of you'may lifting. Whether it is an old Jan. 12, 1809 Abraham Lincoln: 16th President of the United

American Dental Association, it was reported friends often become known far friends, it would not be advisable have been led to believe that flame or ambition that has returned States was born.
that "do-it-yourself and wide, inadvertently or Just to permit them to know there is gold in the distant dismiss it firmly before -
laymen".caused oecause: some persons cannot too much about your private bills. If you stake anyone, or it consumes you and undoes Jan. 12, 1890 Birth of Dr. llordecal Johnson, president-
severe injury to their lower emeritus Howard
Jaw- You do not need commit yourself on or Uhiverstly.
keep secrets.: affairs. Allowing them to meddle paper all the good work that has been
bone by trying to repair or reline their to be'told that. People with, in them would be even otherwise, you are riding for charged to your credit Voyages

dentures. Only a prosthodontist. schemes for which you have worse and It could create additional a disappointment and perhapsa or study courses of an educational Jan. 13, 1869 First Convention of Negro Labor was held.
is qualified for this task. to put up CM money are generally complications to the serious monetary reverse character should be considered -;
Ear-wash kits may save money, but in the working for their own,rather ones that are already present. Once you are safely over this by those of you who Jan !j' ,1873 C. C. Antoine became lieutenant governor to
hands of an amateur considerable damage than your benefit Propositions There are many among you dangerous territory, you may have the time and the meansto w. p. Kellogg in Louisiana.
.. an' be done to the outer ear and ear drum should be Judged in that light who have given faithful service, now proceed with original plans, devote to them. The more
specially when they are made and the moment for you to in which conservative policies ''''-K01nK among you who prefer Jan 14, 1907 Jamaica earthquake! occured.
leading probable deafness. Is deafnessa on the Itth-ZOth. Your main obtain the promotion, raise provide the guarantees of sound the comforts of home above
high price to pay for "doing it your' concern should be what you can or other form of recognition and remunerative development* all else will also have causeto Jan 14, 1923 Bishop Benjamin T. Tanner, AME church
self" ? contribute to the arts culture should be close at band Do It would be a wise precaution- be satisfied with the way leader, died.
When your ears need irrigation to remove and the proper development) d,. not hesitate about making your to obtain the approval of partners -' things in general are shaping
the youngsters who may be wishes known if this is the only or other trusted advisers You are capta1o'fl 'Jan.
up.
your 16, 1955 Andrew U.
hardened wax, report to an otologist, or Bradley, first Negro to semi In
before the final word Is said.
ear specialist under your charge. way to* call attention to them. own ship. Pennsylvania governor's cabinet named to post of
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I Rabia Temple Gives Helping Hand WEDDING Recipient Of "Blue Ribbon" Award

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LIndsey Felton, 605 Flicker
Are., II and Erma Gilbert
4903 Walcott Ate., 18.Issac .

Cannon, 1718 W. 30th
St., 21 and Carolyn Lynnett
I Bennett, 1214 W. 13th St., 19.

ci n1c F HPF c (ra. Earl Leroy Allen 134 Chelsea
St., 19 and Rose Marie Miles,
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Johnny Rhodes, 1658 Dot St.. !rte r A 1 Nr
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Christopher Howard Cohen 416
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Lang, 1031 W. 28th St., 18. r
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Caesar Waters 1511 VanBuren r
St., 2} and Ruth Ann ,
Lynah 1371 Brldler St., 23.Rezeklah .. ?
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Goodman, 2631 Bethel l I
.I 4 *4 ArI Rd., 21 and Jeannette Poole,
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Freddie Lee Jones, 2535 Orion
d, t } i St, 25 and Elease Churches,
,214 Stuart St., 19.

Barry Adams, 628 W. Monroe ++
St., 22 and Gwendolyn Yvonne
Spann, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 17.

,Willie Gerold: Jackson, 3706 k

,ALP; NG HANDS On Christmas Eve-at the Masonic Noble John Duke, high priest-in-prophet; K. Thomas, Dl.! Kneview Clr., 18 and Joanne.!
Temple, Rabia Temple '8 donated foodstuff to persons In need. Potentate, A. E. Henry, rec., Brady Bryant 1st ceremony Ann Frailer, 1765 McQuade'
Officers and members who were present at the charitable master. Seated from left: Daughter .Alberta Hall, Daughter St, 17.
affair are shown! from left, H. Stamps, grand deputy, W. H. Brown III Commanderess, Janle Cannon. 1st Lt. Da. Brill.
Reed asst chief; Noble Bryson.: Kaxle Alexander, ast. rec.. Leonard Joe Taylor, Alex-
andria, La., 20 and Dandy f ft
Eleen Grant, 1957 W. llth St., Fr'9
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Edward Waters Delta Sigma Founder Of Delta Sigma ReminiscesMrs. 18. 41 Itt

.i" William John Sams Jr., 1609W.
To Observe ,1 .: ; ,' 21st St., 25 and Thelma
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Coeds InitiatedSeven ;!\ : : Gloria Henry 1726 W. 23rdSt
Founders DayThe \ 24. Recreation Director Carlton B.Bryanf shown presenting Mrs. James Greene of West 23rd st.
coeds Initiated
young were the Blue Ribbon Award for the best decorated Xmas door. The best decorated tree and door
Into the Alpha Sigma Jacksonville, Florida Skating Carnival contest was conducted by the City Recreation Dept Carlton Bryant who was In change of the
Tau Women's Society of Edward Alumnae Chapter DeltaSlgma project stated that over 500 homes la the Simond Johnson area participated. Other winners
Waters College. They were Sorority will observe its 54th Sponsored By were Mr. and Mrs. G.Jenkins, 1236 W. 20th St.; Mr. and Mrs. E.Allen, 3722 N. Myrtle Ave.;
presented with an annual semi- Founder's Day on Sunday, Jan Mr. and Mrs. W. Bryant, 1282 W. 29th St.; Mr. and Mrs C. Douglas, 1471 Royal Court Lane;
formal "IO IC over" party. uary 15, 1967. The purpose of Recreation Department Mrs. Mary Washington 3720 N.Myrtle Ave.andMr.; and Mrs. H. C. Donald of 1617 W. 34th St
The coeds are Lula B. Jones, the observance is io encourage ; itE'
Linda M. Williams Jacquelyn all sorors to rededicate them-' Thirtydveboys and girls part
Robinson Irene Miles, Carolyn selves to the Ideals sod icipated in the skating carnival White Rose Club --- TEA TIME ---
Wells, Carolyn Cody and Della purposes of Deita. On January -- .conducted at Wilder Park and
Flnney. 13, 191), on the campus of. sponsored by the JacksonvlUt Sam Bradley Guild 8, H. of J., will sponsor a Friendly Tea
The officers of the toward: University, the soror- i : Recreation Department. Elects NewOfficers Sunday from 3 to 5:30: p.m.in the borne of Mrs. Ada Reeves,
organization are Beverly ity started with 22 college The events and winners were 1910 W. 6th St.
Amos, president; Breeds Morgan women. It now has over 35,000 120 yard dash, midget boys Billy A program will be presented. The Masonic family has been
vice president, Lavern members and 305 chapters located L-- Hart, Billy Lee and Donald Simmons Invited to attend.
Stephens secretary; Josephine In 38 states and the ; 60 yard dash,tadpole boys Mrs. Mary Merritt was elected cc esseeeeLily
Holmes, dean of pledgees, Republics of Haiti and Liberia. :Michael Benton, Arthur Simmons president of the White Rose
Myrtle Lang, treasurer,Cheryl Mrs. Louvenla Solomon Clarence Gallon. Social and Saving Club in the home
Lorn as, reporter; Henrietta president of the sorority states 60 yard dash, tadpole girls, of Mrs. Mozelle Jones. White Lodge 126 will sponsor a Fellowship Tea Jan. 29
McCray, chaplain, Gwendolyn that, "here in Jacksonville we Regina Guinyard, Debora Dixon Other officers are: Mrs. from 4 to 5 p.m., In the home of Mr. and Mrs M. B. Raglns
Hutchinson business manager. feel proud to count among our and Ruling Dixon, 120 yard back Amanda Henderson vice presi- 1160 Kings Rd.
Other members are: Dalles- membership a founder, Mrs. ward race, midget boys, Billy dent, Mrs. Mary Woods,financial Other lodges have been Invited to attend.IT'S .
tine Smith, Theresa Hods and Winona C. Alexander. She is a Hart, John H. Youman. ,. Donald. secretary; Mrs.,Anne Jones, recording -
Pauline Hickson. The sponsors great source of Inspiration to Simmons. secretary; Mrs. Maggie
are: Mrs. E.'T. Redding, Mrs. all the sorors." 60'' :yard evasion race, tadpole' Davis, treasurerMrs.. Mozelle r. 1 '
Mary Smith and Mrs.Geraldine Mrs. Kettle Mills chairman boys Valentlon B. Lee, Harry Jones, chaplain; Mrs C.H.Slngletary g* PROOF
Glenn. of the Founder's Day Committee d L. Clark, Walter Green; 60 e- secretary treasurer
i is asking all Deltas to meet radon race, tadpole girls sinking fund, and Mrs.A.E.Ricks

at 10:30 a.m. to worship with Mrs" Winona C. Alexander, a founder of Delta Sigma;Theta Debora DIxon, Regina Gulnyard, treasurer of pledges. JACQUIN'S
will Install
WHEN YOUR Soror Alexander at the Sorority shows her scrapbook of Delta activities to soror Rudlne D1.I1on.Fleure Mrs. Beulah Alston
Woodlawn United Presbyterian Skating, tadpole boys, the officers in the meeting which
SKIN CRIES... Church. Immediately after Serena-Joyner.- Clarence. Gallon Jerome Reed, will be held In the home of Mrs.
the services the group will Show Eric Turner. Mack Clark, youth Hattie Brown with Mrs Emma L.
ffz have lunch at the Howard John- Talent Progressive Club corps assistant, had charge of Williams as co-hostess. LONDON
PI son Restaurant. Sponsored By PTA the events.
Members of the committeeare Celebrates 16thAnniversaryJan.

Cit hours of,elieffromtheltchln.nd : Sorors Sybil P. Butler, Of R. L. BrownThe
Mary J. Coleman Gwendolyn
irritation of PfA' 15 TOWER
J Alexander Edna Adams, R.L. Brown School
"UPSET SKIN" I clara Wilkerson, Sallye B. will sponsor a variety talent The Matron Progressive Clubof FRESH CAUGHT Mr

...Im,,', "Skin Suceaii" 0 nt. Mathis, Margaret Nixon, show Friday at 8 p.m., In the Second Baptist Church will .* TROUT.........Jb. 59?
mint Induces fin blatud rtlltf Juanita Hart, and Joan Barnes. school auditorium. celebrate their 16 th CJ N *SPANISH Double Distilled
Certain from itching minor' mlMrit iMn Irritation caused by Skits to be presented are" ; "The anniversary, Sunday, Jan. IS. J MACKEREL .....lb. 49?
Schedule ChangeFor Marriage Counselor, "How at 3 p.m. in the mail o FLOUNDER .....lb. 55? Jgronl
Long You in For," and "Change auditorium of the church. LARGESHRIMP.lb.1.19 London GIN
SAllEwltll EDUCA Course Coin to Comt."Among the oart* Participants are: Mrs. Eula Tower
iclpants on program are Matt- tAR1D/ )
Williams, scripture, Mrs. Em- SMALL
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lameec.n.my Person registered for the New Stanton Choral Trumpeteers ma Collier,prayer;Mrs.Naomi SHRIMP ........lb. 1.05
Group The
course, EDUCA, Problem ,
sL! Grimes, occasion; Hampton SELECT PNT$285
Three Fantastic. Grant Memorial SQ99 ,
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4 Matthew, Instrumental solo; OYSTERS ........pt.1.59
nanR.guhr moth.Only 517, Dr. A. E. Teele, Trio, Yandettes The Players Valerie Mallory reading; 1/2PT.STAND..69? a" Sth
Nonchalant Mile till CIJIRY ILVD
Instructor, have been asked to Clark and the DAY GIN
size 44IMtteCtlta Mrs. Sarah Rice Miss
,speaker, ROAD.STEAMED
Fashlonettes, Charles Brown and (AT ARLINGTON sr tzs:
note the change of the schedule LOBSTER .......lb. 1.19
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The the "Go-Go" Stanton Cynthia Kendrick '..,. 724-5422 34 PINT 1 1Only 1W
CIVMttH V|MTLOVBLIIrl first meeting for the group Miss Vanessa Brown, Instrumental DEVILED CRABSUPREME oyr
.w nhNd. Vocational R.L. Brown OMN >ll 71 m waakaaft
course will be Tuesday from boys solo; Mrs. Lucy and I ,..... ',1.., I* Sal ...6 for 1.45DALE'S
COMPLEXION 3:30: to 6,:30 p.m., in the library R.L. Brown girls, R.L. Brown Tremble, presentation.
nun haad-to-toa protection Faculty Ensemble, and Princi-
of New Stanton High School.
x1111 the d.W.cbng foamy: madl.citlon Mrs. A. B. Darby will give
of"Ski* Sucetu' Soip It The class will then meet on pal R.H. Cook
remarks.
Itrrni baauty that bathat often while aggravate' It fight par Wednesday as previously Another skit, "Open the Door
aplration odon..nok.Iou.ure scheduled. Persons Interestedin Richard, featuring Leonard THE SEAFOOD I
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from Mrs. T. H. Jones cur- fee will be charged, i. in desperation, he
riculum assistant, or the state according to PTA President shouted, "till up the back
Center for Continuing'; Joseph Johnson. The public has just like you .do in church," j
Education been Invited to attend

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I Officers Chairmen Of Gateway Auxiliary Calendar T. E. Kitties

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NEWS } ,': }''I1 "';;' I Events Goes To D. C.
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JERUSALEM BAPTIST : ....:.' ,: Alliance will conduct its first
at Robinson
in Jerusalem Baptist Church will begin meeting of the year Monday Dr. Andrew principal
Services Sunday
of William Raines Senior
with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.D\, with Herman Singleton ,... 5.SOp.m.inthehomeofRev.and: 1531W.
School
In charge Rev. R. W. Jackson, pastor, will review the lesson.Morning Mrs D. J. Jones High commissioned by was Honorable recently
service begins at 11 o'clock. The pastor will deliver 10th St.Officers .
will be elected. All Charles E. Bennett, U.S.
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the sermon. The evening service begins at 6 o'clock Choirs N ,
asked Ube to
members have been Representative serf u
will render the music.
2 and 3
Choir 2 will hold its meeting and annual party Monday nightin la attendance. chairman of a committee to
the home of Mrs. Evelyn Jackson 1123 W. 19th St. select a male candidate: from
Other activities are: Monday night Family Day;; Feb. 12, e 1e the school's Junior class who
Good Neighbor Day; March 19, homecoming; April 2, Friends will subsequently serf u t
Day; May 14, Mothers Day program; June It, Fathers Day; r The Gospel Crusaders will be congressional page ,la tIe
July 9.15, Bible Hour Aug. 20, Evening Hour of Service presented In a musical recital
Outside; Oct. IS, Goodwill Hour; Nov. 12, Revival Songs; Sunday an after service program -
Dec. 17, Giving All for the Cause. atSt.Peters AME Church.
The Singers will render someof
MT. ZION AME the latest selections accordIng -
Rev. Charles E. Toston, pastor at Mt. Zion AME Church, to Mrs. Cornelia Wallace,
announced that a recent cession. of the church conferencethe sponsor
calendar of events was announced and approved.The .
events are: Feb. 12, homecoming and Founders Day _.
celebration, Miss Delphlne Thomas chairman; Feb. 16-17,
District Conference, Mt. Zion, Hastings; Feb. 22-23, Bishops The Daughters of Allen of r
Council, St. Paul AME; March 19, annual Men's Day, Maurice Grant Memorial AME Church
Barnett, chairman; March 30, general budget report; May 3,, + have scheduled their meeting t--
Electoral College, St. James AME Church; June 14-16, Sunday for Jan. 18, beginning at ':30 THADDEUS E. KITTLES
'School convention, St. Paul, St. Augustine. i p.m., in the home of Mrs.
of the U. s.
ContiekS during
19-23 Women's Quadrennial Convention, Pittsburgh
June Ruth DelGardo, 1536 W. 9th Sit
Pa.' July 5 State Lay meeting, Panama City; Aug. '.11, StateTrI'Meeting Following the business session the month of February.
EWC; Oct. 22, annual Women's Day and Nov. a social hour will be beta After considering several top
21-26, annual conference, St. Stephen AME Church. I h' 4x and gifts will be exchanged ranking Thaddeus juniors Emanuel, 16-jrear-old Kitties wu
by the members. All membersare
WALTERS MEMOR'AL the choice of the committee.
in Walters Memorial AME Zion Church expected to attend.
Services Sunday Thaddeos is the son of Mr.
will begin with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m., with SuperIntendent and Mrs. Edward Kittles.'
Arnett B. Rogers and Eddie Brown Jr., in charge.. Singing Groups Boy runners have been used
Rev. H.C. Archie, pastor will review the lesson, "The Marksof in the House since Congress
a Christian" Slate Contest moved to Washington at the
Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. The pastor will deliver beginning of the 19th Century.The .
the sermon and Choir 1 and Unher Board 1 will serve Toe Voices of Jerusalem first recorded Senate page
with Mrs. Vera J. Rogers at the Instrument. The Christian Gospel Singers and the Sunbeam was appointed! in 1829. Pagesare
Endeavor Hour has been scheduled for 5 p.m. Gospel Singers will be chosen by the membersof

presented In a "Contestof Congress, attend school and
Songs" at Mt. Morlah Baptist are paid. The Job carries considerable
: Altar I CallNEW J I Church, Sunday, Jan. prestige.
22, beginning at 8:30 When asked about his appoint.
o'clock. ment young Kitties remarked,
Mrs. Ora L. Jones will "I..Jeel..that the experienceI
ALTARS FOR* '67 represent the Voices of 'will receive ass Page in the
Two white minister-unknown to each other speaking to ri Jerusalem, and the Sunbeam Congress, will enable me to
different audiences, espoused the prophesy that the United Singers are represented by make a definite decision about
States, and its Inertia in the racial struggle, would, in not too Mrs. Catherine Pugh. my future;.
many years, become like Nazi Germany and the Jews prior to The winning singers of the Assisting Dr. Robinson on the
World War n. What a horrifying thou ltermlnaUon by contest will be crowned by the Selecting Committee were R.
gas, or some newly discovered annihUetor. losing group. Y. Williams, Junior class
Viewing and anticipating the beginning of another year, Is .ao The public and other singing counselor; Rev. B. F. Frailer,
such a thought utter pessimism or Is the true trend in Negro- groups of the city are invited associate minister of Mt.
white relations? attend. Ararat l Baptist Church aud'
One minister pastors In an all-white upper-middle-class } Uoyd N. Pearson Jr. president
ghetto" and the other minister to a mixed congregation in f f I Colossians BaptistTo of William Rallies PTA.
a slum area-he calls it a concentration camp from whlbc
there Is little or no escape. What Is It they see In the mind feature
and reaction of white America, that we, the more optimistic, NEGROTHE
do not see?
Gospel ProgramThe FIRST ON EARTH
Were the open housing marches in Chicago, resolved at the
conference table with the birth! of the Leadership Council for Sunbeam Spiritual buyers This unusual thoughtprovokingbook
Metropolitan Open Communities, the end of mass demonstrations and Excelsior Gospel Since.'will, is long over-due. shines
? be fepturedIna gospelprogramat8p.m.lnColosslansBaptlstChurch<< new light on old problem;
Is the character of the recently-elected U.S. Congress promInblnC Adam's color, Cain's mark and
to, be less concerned with ?
,' oblemplegro-fbfle relation? i:tSF':;::-. ';;;:\Ji{" w "'Thopiaa'; ,SingersThelnurettes?' 9-.24-2S;, 11:1-9; 80:37.43.Price .
I. the conference table the answer or will there be more Mr,. Thelma':-"Edwards; 'and 12.95. >" ,
destructive violence in the streats during 1967? others. Deacon A. Rush is the Israelite Publishing Company'

And then, the foreboding question: Will the Negro becomeso -.L sponsor. Box 520, Pearlsburg, Virginia
\ estranged from white American, that white America wil' ::: 24134(
harbor thoughts of extermination?
Though we're only 10 per cent, of the population perhaps it -
s earrda
would be more difficult to dispose of 18 million Negroes
'*ere than six million Jews In Nazi Germany.The .

task for Negro American in 1967 will be to keep a
watchful eye open and an ear to the ground to determine Shown above are the newly elected and appointed officers of McMllllan, membership chairman; Mrs. Kittle Mae Thompson, 111A
the shaping of attitudes In the mind of white America. the Ladles Auxiliary to Gateway Barfacks 3131, Veterans of guard, Mrs. Addle Raspberry, Mrs. InesG.Wright chairmen of
The last battlefront (at least for the time being-open World War One of the U.S. Inc., of the V.A.S. Hospital Committee ways and means committee; Mrs. Beltara Anderson, Mrs.
housing will be fought at the emotional level before it Is ever and the Gateway Chorus. Seated left to right; Mrs. Pearl Ethel Bess, VjS.VjS. committee. Standing; Mrs. Mary Mills, JIaionoltl
won in legislative halls. Irrational emtional reactions on the Jefferson, Mrs. Theodore Ores choral director; Mrs. Lola Mrs. Elmira Sanders Mrs. Allie Mae Thomas, sick and welfare -
part of either whites or Negroes could weU become the schism Webb, chairman of V.A.V.S., Mrs. Johnnie C.Eukes,treasurer.\ committee Mrs. Jerry Brown, co-cjalrman; Mrs. Bell
that alienates-the seed that germlntes thoughts of over violence Standing: Mrs. Annie G. Morgan, musician;Mrs.Mattle Miller, Stukes, Mrs. Alberta Parity Mrs. Beulah Green, and Mrs.
and racial war. Mrs. Carolyn H. Knedrlcks, Mrs.. Frida Robinson Mrs. Ruth. Lucille Cook. Back row: Mrs. Ruby Chambers, Mrs. Lillian
We will need New Altars In '67 psychological, rational, unemtionaJ. Burroughs and Mrs. Juanita Shields. In the lower picture are Dorsey, Mrs. Thelma Sapp, Mrs. Emmltt Toomer, Mrs. Cara +l! ?tlapestrl +wm
creative Altars-all dedicated tounl ALLhuman. chairmen of various committees and members Seated, left Mae Anderson, Mrs. Rosa Shellman, Mrs. Rosa Summers,
ity, and the abandonment of those idolatrous altars that divide. to right, Mrs. Rodale Abrltton, color! guard; Mrs. Lillian chairmen of entertainment committee; and Mrs. Mary Robin [CATFISH
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NOW! Grant Male Memorial Chorus Religion And RaceBY SPECKLED TROUTLI.


3118 Edgewood Ave. W. NEGRO PRESS INTERNATION
Elects OfficersMcChee
ANGEL FOR MUSICAL continued operation of its South-
4 LOCATIONSTO WHITING
Pearson was elected ern Field Service, and special
SERVE YOU President of the Male Chorus of NEW YORKNPIA full- emphasis on leade rshlptralnlag,
Grant Memorial AME Church for scale musical entitled: "Free housing double parish system Big<< -A repeat from toil werk
3701 EMERSON the year 1967 in a meeting conducted Mini Free Man!"isbelngbank- and total parish integration,interrellgton The price it low; the quality it mIlt
by Rev. Albert J.Reddick, rolled by the United Church of economic concern,
830 CASSAT AVE.
pastor. Christ one of the Protestant denominations and affiliated services. In addition RED CHANNEL' BASS
1824 WEST BEAVER Other officers elected were: : most active in commissioning the program will function ,... rN I.ML" .
Willie Stephens, rice president art works and In local as an outlet for specific services SHEEPSHEAD .
DUBUQUE SHORT, LINK! SMOKEDSAUSAGE Eugene Waonamaker, 2nd vice action. The musical willcel- in employment education FlMMtl MMI Civil.. v.e., 'C
president and business manager: ebrate the centenaries of six and medicine. MACKEREL 39'VETERANS
$ John Wesley Jones, recording Negro colleges, founded in the SPANISH. .
2 secretary; Albert Divine, asslstant"recQrdlnr South by missionaries, and is VOTE WORK U. -
LBS. secretary W. C. planned to open a five-week run BLACK SEA BASS
Drake, financial secretary; Otis at Karamu theatre, Cleveland, GREENVILLE.Mlss.NH- Frail ... /.,.... hale
Williams, treasurer Otto Mc- on June 1, and ultimately to play An all-out voter education program -
WESTERN- Queen, chaplain; William Ellison off-Broadway in the fall of next designed to prepar Negroes
reporter A. Bivins, critic year. for registration and voting
; Robert T. Moore, miscellaneous in the elections next June
SPARE RIBS 3 treasurer Carter T.Lewll, ANNOUNCE COALS has been launched by the Delta
LBS. organist and director. Ministry, United Presbyterian
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Says SOI'h- NAACP Pafchogae Miss Dozier Shares Leading Role Says Negroes

Must Follow Branch Probes Must Redefine College Roundup


HEW Guidelines Mysterious Death Themselves BETHUNE-COOKMAN

HEW ORLEANS The U. I. PATCHOGDE.N.Y.Themys- CHICAGO-NI>I)- "We nave to
,: Court erf Appeals for the Fifth terlous death of 17-year-old make Negroes redefine themselves Bethune-Cookman CeUege is to receive aJIS.OOOgrant to
Circuit In a far reaching opin Carlos de Jesus of Greenpolnt u humans," the Rev sponsor a Summer Study-Skills Program for selected iDth and
ion, ruled Uiat guidelines of Long Island,' is being Investigated James Bevel, an aide to Dr. 11th grade students scheduled fro June 12, 1967. The announce:
the U.S. Department of Health ] by the Patchogue Martin Luther/ King Jr., has ment was made yesterday by Dr. Richard V.Moore President
Education and Welfare should NAACP Branch W. Burghardt declared.win during a meeting with Dr. Joseph H.Taylor Drlector: of Special : .
be followed by federal courts: '1'urner. president, reported in turn force a readjustment Projects.The .
In school desegregationordera. The body of the J'ounrf1sber- of the relationship grant from the Jessie Smith byes Foundation, Inc. of
By a 1-1 decision the court man was washed ashore at betwen races, h, hold the eighth New York will provide scholarship assistance and aid in defraying
said that all grades Including Orient Point State Park near : annual National Student assembly expenses for 50 selected 10th grade students and another -
kindergarten should be desegregated here, Dee. 8. Re hti been missIng of the YMCA-YWCA in Conrad 50 nth graders who will attend the 5th in a settee of
by the tall of 1967. since Nov. 4. Police suspect pry Hilton Hotel Summer Study Reading Skills Program June 12, 1967.
The court "The relation between the na
opinion was handed that be was murdered by
down In connection with seven fellow Negroes and his body tion's whites and Negroes creates MILES COLLEGE
school segregation cases filed thrown into the sea. However LrI slums," said Rev Bevel
last May by the attorneys of Negroes believe that his slay I : "Neither group,"be went on"re Uodernconcert Jau of a unique nature will be heard at Miles
the NAACP Legal Defense and ers were white persons. The : later to Itself or the otwr as College on Saturday night January 7 at 8:00 p,m., when the
Educational Fond Inc. (LDF). victim was reported to have hIjff Ta humans. Paul Winter Sextet which might becalled"contemporary chamber -
The cases involved school been engaged to a white girl. In the South be said, "whenNegroes' music" because of the highly organised ensemble nature
boards in the Louisiana According to Mr. Turner at acted human tried to of their arrangements. Yet, their music still has the rhythmic -
parishes of Caddo, Bossier least three persons saw de vote, and were beaten back,white excitement sad the imporvlsatlon of the best Jan. The
Jackson, and Clayburn. and the Jesus get Into a car with several 6 people all over the nation madea Sextet represents a unique combination of small orchestra -
Jefferson Co UD 11. Alabama, white men the night hedisappeared .kJ h u'a human response" and a free-spirited combo. The concert will be held in the
Board of Education and boards One witness said Also speaking at the assembly College auditorium.
in Fairfield and Besemer Ala. she observed what appeared :G r was the Rev James G. Jones Comprised of saxophone classical guitar, flute bass and
Mr. Jack Greenberg di to be fighting the car. 1>;{: who called the"ghetto"a"mani drums, the Paul Winter Sextet has been acclaimed by critics and
rector-counsel of the LDF,said Benlgno de Jesus father of :} pulated society" like a prison. perhaps the most important new Jan group of the 19608. Their
that based on this new court the slain young man, noting The former Jailcfnplalnand now repertoire, part of which has been recorded five popular
ruling, the LDF will now reopen that his son went around with urban vicar of he Episcopal Columbia Records' albums, features a great variety of mus-
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most of its "17J school cases white girls said he thought that "' diocese of Chicago, compared ical material.
to bring them up to HEW stand- was the motive for the murder ; ;. ; : "manipulators" u the
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ards. "This Isn't supposed to be ; ."' ., ,. Chicago Housing authority urban v.mGnaASTATE
He further asserted that the Georgia or Alabama," be said. .::'c' renewal agencies and Ben-
LDF would urge HEW to enter "This business of going with a :t: :: ;'. ...",. jamin C. Willis, former school A four-week NDEA institute for advance study in educational)
$lnto the enforcement of desegregation white glrL.lt (the killing) had superintendent prison war- media will be offered at Virginia State College this summer,,,,
in those communities to be racial. ... dens and captains Dr. Harry A. Johnson director of the VSC Audio Visual Center
that have been hitherto In Its Investigation,th.NAACP The "manipulators," he said, has announced.
insulated from the HEW guidelines Interviewed nine persons who determine the kinds of schools The purpose of the educational media specialists Institute 1s
because of court orders. knew de Jesus Including some .\\ and housing in the "ghetto." to offer Intensive training for the upgrading communications
"The level 0( Irresponsibility media personnel small colleges southern and border states
The LDF, which acts as the who saw him In the car tonight .
legal arm of the entire civil disappeared of the ghetto is high measured of the United States. The institute will direct Its efforts towards
rights movement has waged Joining Mr Turner in the in terms of dope addiction;crime Increasing the knowledge and skills participants In the organization -
a continuous campaign of action Investigation were Miss Harrlette and illegitimacy The way a administration, and supervision of educational media
through the courts for civil: Mellis and Myron Nelson, [ human becomes responsible Is services. Graduate credit of up to four semester hours may be
rights. Aided by a network of president of the Eastern Long Miss Cornelia Dozier shares one of the principal roles in the to be given choices to which began earned by Institute participants.The .
respond. institute program, consisting of 32 hours per week, will
254 Island NAACP Branch.
cooperating attorneys production of Venable Herndon'
play, "Until the Monkey Comes "
run from June 12 to July 7.
throughout the nation the LDF
which opened recently at the Hull House Theatre
Chicago for
a -
now bandies an estimated 90
per cent of all civil rights Jail EscapeePut weekend, run through April 9. In this scene from the Detroit Court
cases. production, her closeness to Bru Fortune (seated, left) gives hima
Judge John Minor Wisdom On FBI n uncomfortable feeling, much to the amusement of Allan E. Bans Biased

who opinion wrote said that the many majority school Most Wanted List Carlson. Housing Law
(NPI Photo)
,districts !had sought refuge In '
the federal courts by obtaining ROCKVILLE, Md.- (NTIJ DETROIT The Wayne ty
Clarence Wllbert KcFarland County Circuit Court has declared
decrees ,
quick providing los NAACP Gets
desegregation according to who sawed his way out of the = CIVIL RIGHTS ROUNDUP = unconstitutional a
plans greatly at variance with Montgomery county detention Detroit "Homeowner's Ordi
the guidelines. center last September has been Ford Grant LIV1N TONE,Zambia-.N PI) qual of each defendant" Negro nance" which allowed
Under the put on the Federal Bureau of -President Kenneth Kaundahas defendants In a criminal case homeowners to refuse to rentor
school systems guidelines are segregated denied- Investigation's list of 10 most Of $300,000NEW lashed out at white people who have no right to demand a'Jury sell their property to anyone
federal aid. However those wanted men. think "God was right when he that: is friendly to Negroes the for any reason, including race.In
school districts that are under Me Farland, a JJ-year-old convicted YORK Roy Wilkins, created white people but wrong Michigan Court of Aypntisruled a brief filed with the court,
executive director of the black people." In a case appealed by A..81m.
federal court order Bank robber escaped!froma when he created NAACP National Office
gate or whose officials todesegre have detention center which county: National Association for the Appealing: for "love of ourne- pson, Art Carson,anj)William attorneys Robert L. Carter, 1II
Advancement of Colored People ighbor," the president attacked Griffin. The court,however,re-
pledged to comply with the 1964 officials called: "as nearly escape Barbara A. Morris and Maria
law continue to receive federalaid. proof as design could make acknowledged: the racialism and tribalism and mandod the case on a technical Marcus and Detroit NAACP
it." Foundation grant to the NAACPin singled out the racial policies error counsel Bruce Miller pointedout I I II

Judge Wisdom said ,that tilt He used a hacksaw blade to the following statement.The of "the people south of the that the ordinance protected I II I ISU
court would ji ot, permit jibe( cut through .three-quarter Inch grant of $300,000 to the %ambe, river for, especial CHILD'S COMMENT upon ue4eg racially discriminatory
lower courts td be' used: to'steel bar,":punched: a bole -in a National .Association lot.the,, apndomnatiop,'ri1 1i)'at,JIt 811 'a- bee Stat giraffes "cfhl took practices,. further entrenched I Il
destroy or dilute the effectiveness steel mesh screen, and scaled Advancement of Colored People parent reference to whiteruled1Rhodosta like they fell down and gl ghetto housing patterns and
of congressional policy: a I2-feet-hlgh concrete block is an added Indication of the South Africa,Angola, cracked ,all over" violated the explicit provisions
Judge Wisom further noted wall. Foundation's commitment the and Monmblque. Continued On PaCt S
that the HEW The convicted: man was serving correction of racial inequities I
guidelines were
in our country The NAACP DAMAGE SUIT
a nine-year sentence on a
the the
"substantially same as
charge of In $5. welcomes this assistance in
court's standarok" and that participating: a
"courts in this cJ'cuit should 900 holdup\ of the Petworth Branch coping! with the nation's most NEW BERN, N. C.-NPI-)
urgent domestic problem-the A $300,000 damage suit has
of the Industrial Bank of Washington
give great weltf-ltcMEW guide
Tines" in 1963. elimination of discrimination been filed against a former sheriff
The court also directed those He was described as "quicktembered" based upon race, religion or of Pmll30 N. C. and two
and "very dangerous national origin of his deputies,who are accusedof
school districts t that cannot
The Foundation grant is a wrongfully! detaining Made
meet the HEW minimum standards Five feet' 6 1/8 Inches
pump primer intended toenable line Pearsall without Justification
"to ask for assistance" tall, the escapee weighs 169 to any
170 pounds and has brown eyes us to expand our youth activities and severely assault
and to make effective ing her. According to the com
to AMfkil SN.itf .drew -'" and scare on his forehead, right
temple, the corner of his tight our existing programs In plaint the sheriff and his deputies THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEIOOD AYE.
U.S. Savings Bonds eye and Inner right forearm. communlt y action, legal! test "severely and savagely
cases, voter registration and injured the plaintiff with FRESH PORK SUGAR CURED HICKORY SMOKED
education, employment consumer blackjacks, pistols, and rifles"
education protection, as he beat and struck Bertha
Royal Art Studio integrated quality education Wright whom Miss Pearsallwas
and improvement of com- visiting. The officials reportedly ROAST PICNICS
munity-police relations.But were looking for Mrs.
the new funds will not Wright" husband
STILL TAKING meet our total needs. We must
continue to rely upon the financial COP HEROES? SMALL
.:. and moral resources of
our membership to expand our CINCINNA-NPCr) Police, 5 9 SIZES 39
INSTANTPICTURES legislative activities at all who are used to be considered LB.
governmental! levels to carryon the enforcers of white oppression LB.
certain aspects of political were pleasantly surprisedon
action, to meet our house Christmas when 150 Negro FAB
I keeping needs, and to work youths marched on the District
generally in areas where the 4 police station to give the policemen GIANT
use of foundation grants pro gifts. Roger Tiltord 38 DETERGENT 35
hibited. year-old teacher at Ach Junior PKQ.
The Ford grant does not require high School, staged the march
a matching of funds by designed to "put the kids on the
the NAACP, but the Foundation giving end instead of the receiving
has made clear that a definable end" and to"show the police .-
New location Increase in our fundraisingtotals we appreciate them" HOOD 33
will be a "persuasive

21st & Myrtle Ave. factor"a request in any next considerationof year for PLEA DENIED '

a renewal of this aid. LANSING.Mlch.-CiPI-Tnree BLEACHLIMIT ,lS
The road ahead is different Negro defendants accused of
SAME PHONE 354-1894 from that of the past and, in breaking and entering have been Vz GAL
some ways, more complex and denied their plea) for Jurori who
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BEACH, FLA.-Night club and concert entertainment, Some of the success stories In the wonderful world of
featured u it Is by top names In the field, makes most of the entertainment are almost Impossible to believe James Brown
news In Miami Beach's winter season. Is a good example-from the cotton fields of Augusta Ga., to
Still!, many ofthel,000,000va- the very peak popularity.. MGM recordlngartlst)' Nash
cationers thi/seaside city will entertainment of this subtropical came from a Houston (Texas) golf course.
play host to before summer,find resort center. It Is entirely borne success stories, however are not born-they are made.
the all-year outdoor attractions possible to catch sal:fshIn the Just like German chocolate cake.You take certain ingredients
of this area a greater drawing morning, play a round of golf In mix card thanchorusllnesand opera the afternoon and dance to URi nearest oven, and it comes out right every time
Actually one of the most fascinating tunes of a name orchestra at Leo Frank and Jules Berger don't deserve medals for the
shows to be found anywhere evening, then spend the following success they now enjoy. They only did what any normal,
goes on daily la and a- day completely away thinking human being would do to attain this success. Jointly
round the coral reefs to the from cities and crowds. they own Leo's Casino In Cleveland-one of the most beautiful,
souj i. Admission Is by snorkel most successful operations>> in the United States.
%cuba gear with water tem- They didn't become entertainment kings in that city overnight,
perwtures suggesting diving BEACHSHORT r nor did they find any shortcuts "Fairness," their main credo,
suits wet or dry atthis season. paid off for them. their club and their employes.
Probably the best spot for undersea ( 1 It was In the summer of 1963 when singer Kim Weston,
sightseeing Is Penne- F i + > William "Mickey" Stevenson (former AIR director at Motown
kamp part, a drive of two hours : Records) and I spent a few days in Cleveland and bad the
down U.S.I.Jhe t W opportunity to first see Leo's. It was a sight I "Looks like a to
park also rents glass-bot MIAMI BEACH FLA.-Pro 3" ? d neighborhood bar with floor shows," said one of Cleveland's
tom boats, so that It is quite feasible bably the most common fish in top newsmen of that day. We agreed wholeheartedly.
to view the colorful tropical the sea seldom Is seen by man tJ The only reason performers didn't complain.. because '?
fish athome among the sea according to the University of, r the salaries they made were "fair" (even then) and the "joint
fans and corals without wetting afoot Miami Marine laboratory. It is t. was clean," said comic Bill Hurry, who first worked the
a species ofCyclothone that reaches f club as a part of one package show from Motown.
Another almost completely only a few Inches In len p'i Y 'h Y rr Situated directly beneath the Quad Hall Hotel, the club was
natural part, also a two-hour gth. It lives in mid-depths and is the butt end of many jokes and derisive remarks. White
drive is the Everglades. Save seldom taken except! plankton iJ- patrons wouldn't be caught dead in the area after sundown,
for a single highway and a few trawls used in scientific: ex .. 4 and many Negroes refused to frequent the club because they
nature trails the one and a third plorations. r ." felt it was beneath them.

million acres In the park have Much of marine life around the Enough Cleveland swingers supported Leo and Jules,however,
been undistrubed. Here the lower Florida peninsula is dependent so they managed to keep the doors open and big-name
spoonbill, American and snowy upon brackish and shallow entertainer on their dinky little stage
egret Ibis and other birds and Inshore waters. Vast Each time a small profit was made a small new Improvement

beasts once so plentiful throughout shrimp spend the early part of: followed shortly thereafter. Each new improvement attracteda
South Florida, have found their lives 100 miles away in the newer and better clientele. Simple mathematics
sancturary In dwindling num- shallow streams and lakey fin w't' Today-and I spent my Christmas holidays there-the clubas
bets from civilization's encro- where the Everglades meet In ''a alp.ry ?r.. twrewr.rr.rwwwdr w I first knew it is tantamount to amnesia. I wouldn't know
itl!
achments.
theses.
Closer to Miami Beach the Totally unrecognizable! The lighting sound
are system system
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commercial attractions plant BROTHERHOOD-Miamian Ernest Curtis Is seen passing ciui-attend church sad serve them breakfast before class be_ flooring chairs, tables, appointments dressing rooms,everything
and animal life, reached easily First Florida bred thorough- Christmas gifts to children who attend the 64th St. Neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. Curtis who are active members at Covenant has been changed or refurbished Leo's Casino rivals
by sightseeing bus or automo- bred was foaled In 1938. Now Project which he and his wife operate>> as an Independent Presbyterian Church will meet on Jan. 7 1 with members of the some of the show places in Las Vegas
bile. At the Seaquarium many of the state has more than 70 neighborhood project with the assistance of Mrs. Eugenia North Miami Presbyterian Church to organize a Ways and Ell (Tell-A-Lie) Willis, a former comedian of note from
the fish, both large and small, horse farms and from them Thompson. Means Committee to provide some of the needs of the children. Detroit, rules the roost from his seat behind the sound and
native to these watersare exhibited have come two Kentucky Der- The Curtis' conduct Sunday School their home for about 40, Photo by Johnson of Miami lighting console. He also controls the reverberation and echo
Intanks. Porpoise more by winners: Needles In 1956 children who.come from large families and would not ordinarily chambers that give ballads such rich and melodic meaning
scientifically known as bottle- and Carry Back in 1961.! Jerry Butler Chuck Jackson, and Bobby Hebb have all raved
nosed dolphin, one of the mam- ------------- over the new system
mals that went to sea, are the 1 \V orldNevs Ossie Davis Bill Murry (better known as "BM" to his hospital-oriented
stars of this show. I SINCE YOU ASKED ME 1-, friends) is now a permanent fixture at the club and says: 'avery

At such gardens u the Parrot By LONNIE PRUITT Ij Guest Stars easy to be funny In a beautiful club."
Jungle and Tropical Paradisethe t | NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL From Diane, the doorgirl, to Hence the bead waitress thereis
brlds put on the act, cadge J j__.. -_.- J:\ harmony among club employes that can only be attributedto
peanuts from visitors and In TV Series one word: "Fairness." Without being pretentious In anyway,
generally provide a delightful PEAR.LONNIE: .One, day I went to the doctor and the nurse ., Leo and Jules have proven to Cleveland and the rest of the
hour or two of nature ln an ex- 'weighed me. Would you believe that a 10-year-old girl could i' Ossle Davis, noted stage and, nation that success comes In many different packages.
talc mood. weigh 105 Ibs? "People laugh and call me chubby flow can I screen actor, ?will guest star in White patronage has increased to the point where you must
FalrchlldTroplcal Garden displays lose weight!, so they don't call me names any more? "Digest two consecutive episodes of UnIversal have reservations to be assured a seat. This, you better
the largest palm collection BotheredI Television's highly rat- believe didn't come easily Rufus Smith, Alabama sharecropper -
la the Western hemisphere ed TV series, "Run For Your wouldn't feel comfortable :at Lurleen Wallace's
along with many other trees, UNDERSTAND YOUR PLIGHT When I was younger I was CONTROLS ITS OWN Life. The first segment inaugratlon ball and, for some time, fear kept then from
shrubs and vines collected from t very heavy. Don't really worry about your weight!, because as "Flight From Tirana," aired patronizing the Casino.
1 all the warmer parts of the you grow older you'll lose It.However,if you and your parents LlSAKA-- ffectlve at over theNBC TelevislooNetwork, Extensive promotion and advertising though paid off for
world. In the Miami Beach Gar think that you are getting too heavy,see a doctor and have him 2 A.M., New Year's day Zambia the "Unholy Duet,*' my favorite name for Leo and Jules.
\ den Center to which there is no put you on a diet. Try not to let the name-calling bother you. If took over control of Its own "They even advertise in the Call and Post (Cleveland's
: admission charee. Is a miniature I they see It doesn't affect you they won't be so quick to agitateyou. air space with the formal beginning largest Negro newspaper) when they don't have nobody comln
;. cloud forest of plants such of operations of the Lus- In," BM told me.
as orchids bromeliads ferns Tampa, Fla.-Jim Moughan, tea*********** aka Flight Information center Having travelled extensively with Jerry Butler,Dick Gregory,
and anthurlums. Many of these runnerup for the '68 sprintcar based at the Lusaka airport. lou Rawls and Johnny Nash, I have seen many many clubs and
can be adapted to house culture title from Springfield, 111., DEAR LONNIE: My father and I are having problems about Formerly the air space controlwas talked with many many clut>coers.
1 in colder climes. will be at the wheel of the what he calls my tomanclng. talk on the phone too much or' handled by the Salisbury The complaints are always the same Bad scenes! Prices too
The outdoor participant t sports famed Honore Slack Deuce date too much or Just anything too much. I can't say anything ((Rhodesia) Flight Information high! Dressing rooms uncared for! Club owners difficult to
,\ are those of summer elsewhere that woo seven national championships because he'll say I'm arguing. The only thing that worries me that was under the now-defunct get along with! No Improvements in the lighting system!
: -golf, fishing tennis and when the IMCA Is that, well, he might be right.But since I really love Phyllis Central African federation plan. Microphones that stop) working if you don't hold your mouth
swimming. All are available Winter National Sprints are and want to see her, he can't be right Do you know what I Malawi, the other partner In the right! The whole bit!
within a few minutes lodgings held in conjunction with the mean? federation, is also taking over Club owners all over the country might get some sort of
within the city. Florida State Fair here, Feb. Casanova control of its air space from its lesson from this. You can't put all your bread Into a Cadillac!
: Thus, the winter vacationer In 8-11-12-15 and 18. Over (16,000 Blantyre airport. Keep the patrons happy- and they'll pay any price for good
Miami Beach can, and usually in prize money plus added accessory LOVE IS ONE of the most beautiful experiences known. It entertainment and clean surroundings. Spans some money for
does, combine the urban with the awards will be at stake. Is a way a boy and a girl can express the highest and the best. RIFT OVER CHANCESGEORGETOWNNPi advertising you'll get it all back, and more. And, last, hire
rural, the manmade and natural Love Is nothing to be ashamed of or to feel guilty about. The a staff that will respect your money-spending customers!
problem comes when ((1)) you go too far in expressing affection, )>-T h e Monday Jan. 9 and the second, And, would you believe Leo and Jules are planning bigger
and ((2)) when you cause problems for other people. Your father first major cabinet shuffling to "A Rage For Justice" will be and better things? Well, they are!
wants the best for you, and he wants you to know this. So you be instituted by Prime Minister seen Jan. 18. See you Among: the Star...
see, Ute problem is to be; conservative and not overdone. Slow Forbes Burnhan,since the coal Davis an undisputedly talented
WAMEDIAL down as much as you can and maybe that will solve the problem ition National Congress-Untted actor recently guest starred
Force parties was formed In another "Run For Your Life" FIGHT CANCER
**.******.**** December 1964, has caused a segment"AGame of Violence." ..
DEAR LONNIE: Adults are always saying we do this too rift by the Junior partner In gov in which leportrayedSugarRayRotdason's
much or that too little. Sometimes I wonder If any of them ernment. Finance Minister trainer. Although
were ever young. We all need to try to understand each other Peter D'AguiarUalted Force Davis devotes much of his actIng -
1260 if any of us are going to make it. A person has to be able to leader has threatened to resign time to live theatre the tr.e
sit down, and talk about his problems with is parents. As you because Burnhamproposes further growing demand for him to do
grow older, this will be less needed, becuase you will mature cabinet changes this time films has really kept him 'up in
and the good Judgment and right thinking that your parents have affecting the finance: ministry. the aIr', constantly between r
will be given to you. What do you think? New York (his home) and
FLORIDA'SRHYTHM M.T.. STArt DIMMED Hollywood.'

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& BLUES recognized as the WINTER NATIONAL SPRINTS by the International Kalonajl, once the self-styled work aiUatpUo to holplnr and tfao s1* tucn ITCHY.IBUMPT fits THIS .
Motor Contest Association, will be one of the "Emperor Albert I,"sovereignof 10101? I DANDRUFF adpWan'manr ,tOLOlCCMI
State Fair the afternoons of Feb. South Kasal has DOCTORS nand:I blfhly
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Spotlight At Annual Banquet / :: '- ". Will Be Seen Football Stars

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football PITTSBURGH, Pa. Four d the nation's top professional .-- t In Daytona 500 In Golf( Tourney
players and 11 of the best performers in the Inter-

eoUeg1ate? i ranks during the 1968 gridiron season shared the DAYTONA BEACH Fla, CARLSBAD, Calif. The
,spotlight at the third annual greatest collection d professional
Royal Crown Cola Co.-flew enIEMI Three more of NASCAR's top
Pittsburgh Courier All-American Banquet which was !eld Grand National drivers-.Lee baseball tad football
Friday evening January 6 at the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. Roy Yarbrough Darel Dierln- stars and superstars ever assembled -

Named to the Courier's 42nd ger, and Bobby Issac-tave will participate in an
Otis Taylor of the Western unique golf tournament here In
settled their rides for the
on
annual All-American team for
Division Champion Kansas. February to be sponsored by
1967 season and will be seen
City Chiefs and Emmerson '66 are the following players- American Airlines
Boozer of the New York-Jets ends, Harold Jackson, Jackson In action in the super-rich To be known u the American
of the AFI/s Eastern Division State College Jackson, Miss.; Daytona 500 at Daytona International Astrojet Golf Classic, the
;
Leroy John Eason Florida AIM UnI- Speedway on Sunday,
Kelly of the Cleveland $30,000 tournament at LaCosta
Browns and Frank Cornish of versity, Tallahassee, Fla.; Feb. 26, Country Club, Feb. 10-12, will
the Chicago Bears of the tackles, Elvin Bethea, North ThJ I Yarbrough,. the 28-year-old. feature 60 top-flight\ sports
Columbia, S. C., driver 'recretlully"
National Football League, have Carolina ART College,Greens stars, according to F. J. Mul-
turned down an offer
been named recipients of the boro, N. C.; Claude Humphrey, lira, vice president of
from Ford to drive for Junior
Tennessee Ail State Uni-
coveted Willie Galimore-John marketing for the airline.
Farrington Memorial Awards versity, Nashville, guards, Johnson, and win stay with One football player will team
Dodge Yarbrough will stay
presented annually to the two Willie Lanier, Morgan State with a baseball player In the
with owner Jon Thome of Valdosta -
veteran and rookie performers College, Baltimore, Md.; J wW'be M-hole tournament. Competition
Ga., and their car
In each league who played Norman Davis, Grambling d ti will be partner best ball
t sponsored by Sheraton-
undergraduate football at a College, Grambling,La;center, t t net basis using full hIJ1d1-
and Thompson Industries -
Thompson
predominantly Negro school. Pete Barnes, Southern Univer CEIPy oft.
llw the same organizations
Farrington, an undergraduate sity, BatonRougeLa.quarter-; "Athletes participating the
which back A. JFoyt's .
star at Prairie View and Willie back, Eldridge Dickey, tournament, the first of Its
Indianapolis cars."I .
Calimore an all-time great at Tennessee State; halfbacks, kind, will include superstarssuch
admire Junior Johnson both
Florida A4M, were killed In Willie Ellison, Texas Southerq as Mickey Mantle of the
as a driver and setter-up of
an auto accident during the University, Houston; Charlie, New York Yankees;Willie Mays
racing cars, Yarborough,
Williams Arkansas A Jof"N
,
summer of 1964 of the San Francisco Giants
the year following ;
"but I know the Dodge, and It.
College, Pine Bluff Ark. and'
their playing key roles ; Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves;
has performed superbly for me.
fullback, Bill Tucker, Tennessee -
in Unltas
pacing the Chicago Bearsto Johnny ,Baltimore Colts;
Also, we have a fine workingteam
State. Barnes and Dickey
the NFL Paul Green Packers
title Hornung, Bay -
and I would hate to have
are the only repeaters from
Earl and Frank
Banks of Morgan State Ryan,Cleveland
,It broken
the 1965 team. up.
College Baltimore Browns said Mr. MuUins.
who has ,
Yarbrough said he would keep
Just his Kelly, a former Morgan State The airline official himself
guided team to Its ,
the 1966 In which he
second consecutive College star, was named to .--r o Dodge, .an avid golfer
underfeated predicted teat
t set the qualifying mark of 178.
the NFL's All Pro first team,
season In the
picking I up 18 wins, golfingtbllltyofthebasebaU
rf 660 mj.h. at the Speedwayhere
has been named"coach-of-tbe- following a grant season for ...;J 'and football heroes will
and In which be turned
,
the Browne He Just missed
The former fans.la
year. Universityof pleasantly surprise sports .
Iowa All-American 15 now in the rushing title, finishing SCENES FROM THE 1966 'ORANGE BLOSSOM Andre White Tampa and Bulldog Captain Walter unofficial laps of 184-plus In addition to the 60 athletes,
second to Gale Sayers of the CLASSIC Crown Cola Co. Ga. Garde Ala. of boxes of recent tire tests. Lee Roy said
his seventh season with the -Royal Columbus. Rogers, are recipients specially 60 prominent amateur golfers
Morgan State Bears and currently Bears Kelly wound up with played an Integral role in the recently' held Orange designed Orange Blossom Classic watches. be would run la all NASCAR .from the worlds of entertain-
holds the longest winning 1141 yards on 209 attempts Blossom Classic and Festival in Miami sponsored The presentation was made by Chuck Smith, directorof races of 250 miles or more, ment and buslneu will participate
streak in the Central Intercollegiate for an average of 5.S per try annually by Florida A & M University. The event Is special market activities, Royal Crown Cola Co. and that he would campaign In the tourney,according
Athletic Conference and 15 touchdowns. The latter the top athletic attraction in America held under the In the center insert is shown ABC-TV UN correspond. both the 1966 car and a new to Mr. M dine.

posted since 1938. was tops for a back His longest auspices of a predominantly Negro institution of ent Mal Goode as he spoke at the Player's and 1967 Charger. There will be 40 two-man

Two Intercollegiate stars and TD gallop was a 70yarder.His higher learning. Royal Crown Cola Co.'s participation Coaches' dinner sponsored by Royal Crown and heldat Dlerlnger,\hi.dIIlerencl.withraclnr Bud Moore teams from this group playing
Tennessee State University 96 points ranked him in the "Classic" has contributed significantly to the Seville Hotel, Miami Beach. Bottom left, the engineer, with the athletes for the first
Nashville, will also share the seventh in league scoring. the event's development into the outstanding attraction Bulldogs hold high the runner-up trophy awardedby for Ironed Moore out, will In again campaign two rounds OB the final round
a
spotlight. Eldrldge Dickey, Cornish, a 1965 Courier All- it is. At the top left, Rattler Coach Jake Gaither Royal Crown Cola Co. Bottom right, FAMU coeds Comet. This Is a new formidableteam Mercury on Sunday, the athletes will be
TSVs brilliant quarterback, American who also took'"lineman receives the coveted championship trophy presentedto Sandra .Christie, Jacksonville, (left)) and Hazel KIrk. Dlerlnger having won the paired together In one flight,
will be cited as "backoftheyear of the -year the winning Florida team for downing the visiting land Miami, are flanked by the Classic trophies as Southern, 500 at Darlington this and the buslpess and entertain-

," and Morgan's tackle Robert Pritchett Alabama A & M bulldogs 4326. The presentationwas they rode in the Royal Crown Trophy Car during the past season. ment golfers another.
Willie Lanier as "llneman-of- made by A. W. "Woody"Ansley (left!), manager, Orange Blossom Classic parade. The event was wit Isaac, the front-runner from The 140 players will be contesting -

the year." The TSU Tigers will syrup department, and Harry Stephens Jr., manager, nessed by thousands and the coeds received continuous Catawba, N. C., will be the for $30,000 In various
be honored as the 1966 national Rams RingleaderIn special market activities, Midwestern Division of applause as they rode along the parade route. ,No. 1 driver for a pair of prizes, trophies and merchan
champions, having won the Royal Crown Cola Co. On the right Rattler Captain 1967 Dodges entered by the dise.

crown two consecutive yearsunder Offense K and K Insurance Companyof
the guidance of Coach Koufax Begins New Career I I I Keep'freedom In future with Ft. Wayne, tad. The secondK S AVERACI CITIZEN: one who
John Merrltt who In '65 was ALBANY, Ga. -Albany State your I IL and K car will be handledby ..wn't afraid 'to bawl out the
,named as the top mentor. College's racehorse basketball President, but it always polite,
U. S. SAVINGS BONDS both Gordon Johncock and
Bob Hayes, the Dallas Cow five has run up an impressive With National Broadcasting Co. I Earl Balmer to a policeman. Catholic Rest
boys All-Pro split end who faa 7, and 1 won-lost log to date .r
member of the Royal Crown with a devastating "run and Sandy Koufaz, considered baseball's greatest pitcher, has QUANTITY _
Cola Co. sales and marketing gun" offense that Is scoring made a long-term exclusive agreement with the National I c'
Broadcasting Company, It was announced today by Carl RIGHTS RESERVED
team, will be official banquet better than 95 points a game
Llndemann Jr.. vice president NBC Sports I
,
contests.
host. Speaker for the occasion in seven
will be Dr. Haywood Campbell, Putting together four earth- "We are delighted to have pitcher to receive It by a unan-
head, Ampoule Pilot Plant, Ell defying performances of 100 Sandy Koufaz associated withus imous bote. He was the
Lilly I Co., Indianapolis. He Is plus points Bob Barney's Rams ," said Mr. Llndemann. unanimous choice each of the r PRICES GOOD
a former Southern University ,have fans in the Albany area "Sandy's agreement with the three times he was selected. THROUGH SATURDAY

footfall star.wbovftntaxtofiarRt.ll.lItter ll,comparisons already National Broadcasting' Company Led the National League In '.. >It /,: 1'1 ,;
kin the widest latitude ,: 11..1 uod
a Pu.0. degree In biochemistryat between this year's club and gives earted-run averkge five consecutive
the State University of Iowa. the famed Ram outfit of two of activity-performing on the years-* new major
seasons ago which went all the air, developing new talent for league record. His earned-run fHIIII""""'" -

Watch way to the small-college finals us, Initiating programs of his average this past season was MAXWELL HOUSECOFfEE NEW INTENSIFIED
(NAIA Tournament) at Kansas own creation, developing 1.73.

This Clown City. special projects for the His 1966 league-leading 317 I BAG 590 TIDE GIANT> PIG. 59C
Any talk about Albany State company or any of its divisions, strikeouts marked the third
35 22 43 has to begin with its potent and giving us the Benefit of time he had struck out more
LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH OTHER
FOOD
offense and balance, but nearly his knowledge and experience than 300 batters major
11 63 15 always ends up with superlatives In any manner we may require."* league record. LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH OTHER FOOD PURCHASES OF $$5.00 OR MORE
6 4 about Its fine backcourt The agreement also provides lie tied a major league recordfor -
leader, Robert Prltcbett. specifically for Mr. Koufaz'to most strikeouts in a nine- PURCHASES OF $$5.00 OR MORE '

2 1. Pritchett made his first splash participate In various NBC \Inning game-18-and he did it, SNOWDRIFT590
In Ram basketball togs after merchandising activities. twice. He also holds the major [
8 5 sitting out a year following his The agreement with tile league marks for most strikeouts
transferral from Atlanta's National BroadcastingCompany two consecutive games SWIFT PREMIUM CHUCK LIMiT ONE PLEASE WITH OTHER "FOOD

10 14 232 Morehouse College.17 games encompasses the company asa ((31), and three consecutive' PURCHASES OF $5.00Jl MORE!
last season, he averaged 19.4 whole and Its five- major games (41)<< ).
21pomettmes 55 16 points per game. But more operating divisions: the NBC He pitched four no-hit, no-run STEAK >lB 59C WESSON
Important, in Prltchett, Ralney Television Network; the NBC games jn consecutive seasons, LARGE
He'. Sometimes spotted the spark necessaryto Radio Division, NBC News ((01 the last one a perfect game OIL 24 39 C
He's Down, He adds,subtracts\ Ignite this year's tall, which NBC Sports Is a depart- against the Chicago Cubs In OZ.
He works it all around. talented club off to its blitzing ment); NBC Enterprises, both 1965.
start domestic and International and He holds major league records "
7 for $1.00 Mix Up"
41COMING 67 44 A 5-9 senior from Atlanta, the NBC Owned Television for most shutout games won SUNSHINE em
Ga., Pritchett is the ringleader Stations. by a left-hander In a season.II -
In the Rams' "run and gun" Mr. Koala now begins a new and most strikeouts in a TURNIPS WITH ROOTS 303 :CANS
ATTRACnOr; game. Defensively, he, along career with NBC, the leading season by a major league pitcher ,

24 41MAN'S with Mack Daughtry, Is the sports broadcasting organization. -382.Koufaz DOUBLE LUCK CUT
14 -
named the National 7
spark In the team's overpower- was
jog full-court and threequartercourt Mr. Koufax, who Is 31,retired League's Most Valuable PlayerIn GREEN BEANS 303 'CANS
DAYS press. Utilizing the press from baseball last October because 1963, an honor rarely

as an offensive weapon has of an arthritic condition awarded to a pitcher. He narrowly ISLAND FARM MIXED
NUMBERED been one of the keys to the in his left elbow.His retirement missed receiving the
Rams' seven wins 'announcement came after he MVP Award Jn 1966. FOR
VMan's VEGETABLES
Days are Numbered "Pritchett makes more big had pitched the Dodgers to their 303 CANS
Health and Fortune' Can Be plays !than any other boy we third National League pennantIn nCAMPBELL'S
0
Yours Wen: You Know Your MarylandJob
have bad at Albany State since four years. His 1966 pitching
Lucky.. Days. Tommy Jordan graduated two record was 27 wins and nine PORK
,Lucky Colors, etc. seasons ago," Ralney said.The losses. & BEANS 16, oz. CAN 'I 4
,Send $2.00 for your smallest man In the Rams' Following a dozen years In Sought
Horoscon? Guide for starting lineup, which averages Major League uniform (be ROTEL SLICED

JANUARYFill better than 6-4 1/2, Pritchett started with the then Brooklyn BEETS
In the blank below and mall is a fine outside shooter anda Dodgers In 1055)), be left For Negro 303 CANSCAMPBELL'S
marvel at pasting the ball. dozens of records for future
to ZODIAC Post Office Box
stars to strive for. BALTIMORE Earl Banks,
"He really takes charge out .pitching
1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla. there on the court," one of 'Some of them are: the Negro coach at Morgan1

NAME the Rams' rival coaches was Cy Young Award, 1963, 1965, State College In Baltimore,was SOUPS 6 10. 1 CANS $1
heard to murmur after witaessinJ 1966. Mr. Koufaz Is the only proposed by former football
STREET ----------
this best- halfback Buddy Young for the
one of the mllbtJ11lte' pitcher to receive
DATE OF BIRTH-Mo. Day performances pltcber-of-tbe-year award head coaching vacancy at the CHICKEN NOODLE CHICKEN WITH RICE CHICKEN WITH STARSl

more than .once. He Is the only University of Maryland,
to Young, the Negro speedsterwho
starred at the University
of Ullnols and later In professional GOLD MEDAL PLAIN er SELF RISING DEL MOllE
ball, said he thought

:"ful Banks consideration""merits the by most Maryland care- 55C'CENn FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 303 CANS $1

officials FLOUR 5 LBS.
"Banks Is an astute,persuasive PRIDE Of EUROPE PURE

recruiter, a sterling coach
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best of all be Is here-right Y1t
here In Maryland and has been
a Marylander for 16 years. PORK CHOPS LB,. fARMS ASST. nUlls
"He Is a home product who 49c

is Maryland's eminently football qualified fortunes to raise to CUT 49C ICE MILK K CAL_ .

their ace high renown."
During seven years at Morgan $lIfT PREMIUM CHUCK
State, Banks has directed the 'OODSHAN SLICED 5 49C
,Bears to 49 victories and 12 IACOH LB. C ROAST LB.
losses. They Lave won 18 consecutive -

CD FFM.efEAVIR decisions, Including
post-gam victories In the AZALEA ALL MEATiALOGHA AZALEA All MEAT

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'7; APT FOR RENT Elder DavisTo Late Tony Lema Neophytes Inducted At. FAMU CommissioningsTALLAHAssEE BOld

Nice apartment with modern Secretaryof Continued from Page 1
Observe To Be SeenIn
I facilities. Conveniently State Tom Adams announcedthe (EOPI)*eomp1a1Dec1'Locthart".
located. Call 353-4301. commissioning of Justin C. political activity and conflict
i Golf MatchThe 0. Box! 1287
Anniversary Montgomery, P. of Interest were undercutting
late Lema will be Jacksonville Beach; and BradyS. the
HELP WANTED Tony poverty war.They protested
seen in a match with England's' Johnston,Ft.GreenrldgeRd., he "spent his time driving
Top>> 'loos NOWbest homes In Jacksonville, as members of
Peter Alllss, filmed at around town with his car full
; N.Y. City,New Jersey.Frlendl) the scenic Mid-Ocean GoUClub the Duval County County Budget of Burns campaign literature/'
families. Fare sent, rash re- Commission, District Five.
In Bermuda for "Shell's Wonderful Dade anti-poverty staffers
ferences. FREE GIFT.
World of GoU"colorcast contend Lockhart was drawing
i; $00 W. 40 St, N.Y.C. Dept MMM
the NBC Television Network'
v on anti-poverty money on the
Saturday, Jan 14((5-6p.rn.NYT) governor's division payroll!but
of State Tom Adams
HELP WANTED Lema, one of the game's most Secretary was harassing them In their'
announced the commissioning
i outstanding and also
champions anti-poverty efforts by taking
j I !MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN one of its most popular, played T Henry H. Beckwith, 7935 Ft. the side of the slumlords in
J03S: salaries to $65, fare I .Us match with Alllss In Me Caroline Rd., Jacksonville, as efforts of the poor to have
I 1 ,advanced. Rush references, 1 1G Ih April of 1966. It was one of !Ms member Board of Social Welfare housing conditions: corrected.
( phone number. ABLE MAIDS last professional appearances. IMa Duval County District They called it a "clear

I 'AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN,FREEPORT Two months later, following Six. conflict cl Interest" for
N. Y.HELP. PGA tournament, Lema was sP' + 11 Lockhart to represent the
MMMSecretary
killed in a private airplane collection agency for the slum,
WANTED crash. landlords and to represent the
of State Tom Adams
"Champagne Tony," as he was poverty victims, who rent from
is
SALES PEOPLF announced the commissioning
popularly known because of his the landlords.
of Mrs. Carl Stone 7063 Madrid
,
I penchant for treating everyoneto They claim be sabotaged their
Men and to sell adver Ave. Jacksonville
women, as member.
champagne following a efforts to landlords tocleanup
liberal Elder Muse Davis and Davis get
Using. Liberal draw, Board of Social Welfare,
had in his
tournament victory, slums
commission, easy work, quick Spiritual Singers will observe Duval County, District Six. by coming toaprotest
sales. You earn $75 to $150 ifyou're their 5th anniversary Jan. 15 career won many tournamentsand Shown here 10 meeting of the poor on housing
are of the 11
became a leading money persona recently Inducted Into the beta Iota Chapter of Kappa conditions and "arguing toe
I keen. Frhge benefits. In the Elks Auditorium at 8 p.m. winner. His best 'earwas 1964, Delta PI, honor society in education at Florida All!.! University Seated, left to right are: MMM Teiital agency point of view"*
Apply: FLORIDA STAn, 2323 The participants Include, Sunday when Lema won the thunderbird'Classic Linn Ann Jones, :Tallahassee; Charlesetta Spicer, Jacksonville; Vlcey James, Jacksonville: while Introducing himself as
Moncrief Rd. cor.13th.LEO'S. Morning Prayer Band,Mrs. of State Torn Adams
Forence Robinson, Quincy and Ellen Forehand Secretary
Buick Open, Cleveland ; Quincy Standing, left to right, are: Pamela the consultant for the OEO.
Harriett Daise
Hall
I Edgar Open, British Open, and NBC- Combs, Tallahassee; Everett Abney, Clermont; Helen Davis, St. Petersburg; Joseph Sanchez, announced the commissioningof
: Mrs. Alice Boston and Singers, TV's "World Series of Golf." Jacksonville; and Jessie Davis, Winter Haven. Not shown Is Vivian Morris of Chipley George K. Mullis. P. 0. UNICEF is the enemy of the
Rose Lee Grace, Mrs. Gussie Lema's opponent on "Shell's FAMU staff photo by Ernest FUlyau :Box '731, Jacksonville,as member enemies of children. hunger,
P. Gray, Evangelist A. McCall Wonderful World of Golf," Board of Social Welfare, disease, and ignorance.
and Singers, Cliftone Singers Duval District Six.
County
Shoe Reparing Peter Alllss has been a memberof ,
Mrs. A. McBride, Celestial the British Ryder Cup team LDF Receives Aid From Delta Sigma EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
,
Spiritual Singers, Union Gospel several times m--'t-' ,,,.,, .. _._ _.__ .... MMM
: Of Any Kind Singers, Traveling Stars, El .
Co-hosts Gene Sarazen and jo ai 9 Community Action Agency
Gospel Echoettes, Sunbeam N 6 f Secretary of State Tom Adams
Jimmy will report the
1 Singers, and Mrs. M. Shootes. Demaret announced therecommfsslonlng Position requires
Is Oar Onlv Business match and analyze the. play.
of Mrs. Russell J. Godwin, degree in businessor
The Idea of a restaurant In 1126 Brookwood Rd., Jacksonville
934 E. Union St. which the diner selects his own Super Bowl Game as member Board of public Administration -

plates of food and carries themto Social Welfare, Duval County, or
his table originated in New Be Seen District Six. equivalent in practical
Will
ISABELLA of
PARIS York City In 1885. The Housing law experience ,
THATS ME 11 have the Amazing cafeteria system flourishes plus minimum of 6
SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS, fcin many different forms Aboard CarrierFive r Continued from Page 5 years progressivemaa

Pep for all the things you want of both the U. S. and Michigan nag e ent
i to do. Box of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction Population Increase thousand United States 1 State constitutions. o r supervisory
\ guaranteed or Money. sailors cruising in the Mediterranean L One of the provisions of the
Back. Expanding at the rate of aboard the aircraft ordinance gave the property experience in education -
1 I ISABELLA about 260 an hour, t h e U.s. carrier DSS America will not owner the right to reject. any social work

P.O. Box 239, Dept. S Gary, population will reach 200 miss seeing the first annual .. prospective buyer or Tenant public or personnel
Indiana million early In 1968, t the Super Bowl game of Sunday, M -.. "for his own reasons" and administration.$12,000yr. .
Catholic Digest finds. Jan. 15 between the Kansas J- interference with this "right"was Submitresumes

City Chiefs and Green Bay punishable as a crime.In to
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS
i Packers. a decision handed down on
I LEFT UNCLAIMED ROOMS FOR RENT' Through the combined effortsof ft Dec. 29, the three-Judge panel P.O. Box 6605, West

Furnished rooms on bus line. NBC ant1, its Norfolk affiliate, \ r said the ordinance was "too Palm Beach Fla.

We have two 1967 Zig Zag Phone 353-0224. WAVY-TV, the entire NBC-TV imprecise to provide standards 33405.
Dial 0.Matlc Sewing Machines coverage of the AFL-NFL handle civil in the south assuredrecent. of conduct" and therefore did I
to
Tie :training of more young lawyers rights cases was of AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
not meet the requirements
that were Christmas layaways'that championship will be taped and .? when Delta Sigma Theta made a $1,000 grant to the NAACP legal defense and, EMPLOYER
were left unclaimed.Never flown try Jet from Norfolk to educational fund's legal Intern program. due process of law.

been used, customers left area. ttRoyal the ship which has Its own, Dr. Geradine P. Woods of Los Angeles, (left), National President of the 40,000,member SPECIAL PURCHASE FROM
There Is only a $47 balance CrownCola' television facilities for showing Women's public service organiztion, presents a check to Mr. Rufus Smith, LDF's director CHRYSLER CORP.As
due, each. Cash or terms. Ph. the five-hour tape, Including .
of development, in the presence of Mrs. Frankle M. Freeman of St. Louis, Delta's
3531946 anytime. Will deliver pre.game, game and post-game National first Vice-President, and a member of the U.s. Commission on civil rights. Low As 5000 Miles On These!
no obligations. 1606 Main St. (activity to its officers and crew. The presentation took place at Delta's National Headquarters In Washington, D.C. Full Price Down ,

66 Plymouth Fury III $2395 $295
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::.X.:::' : .. .. ,'. .: : '. '. : SHOP AT YOUR UP Property Owner OnTheJob tiMaVwAffluSi: *. *WM mnom-: : **". AUTOMATIC'
66 Dodge: Dart 240 Series $2095 $245
i;\.\ ,: pwa. milUNO: AUTOMATIC. .... FACTORY,
: To Hold ?
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: : : I : :> :: .. .. WAREHOUSE SORE] Ordered Program Nets WAF1UNT
::: < -t. SHJThe I A 'p" .-4: Flat 66. Dodge' Dart 240 Series $2093 $243
For NegroLOS
:;; 3000 W. 45th ST. AIR RAN,CONO FACTORY)Fvv.WARRANTY STEERING' ,, AUTOMATIC .

: .. ... l .> ANGELES-NPr local 875 New Jobs '66 Plvm. Fury III Sta. Wagon .$2995! $395

....: .:f... : Judge ordered a Reseda property 'SAT.PASSENGER'I AUTOMATIC, AIRe I PACT.. ND WARRANTY, IWRniEERINo .
:: + ': : :. PRICES I IN THIS AD owner to reserve one unit for CHICAGONPI)- The Chicago

store that car.es.. about you' !,;'. I the possible use of a Negro Committee on Urban Opportunityhas CHRYSLER'S FAMOUS5YEAR50,000MILE
I ARE 600D THROUGH tenant until the Fair Employment announced the development WARRANTY .
I Practices Commission Investigates of 875 Job openings and training ON ALL CHRYSLER CORP. CARS
. SUNDAY, JANUARY a Negro's charge that positions during the past three

he was rejected as a tenant for gram.months In Its on-the-job pro- 66 Buick Special . .. .. ......... $2595
: SPECIAL! racial
ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CUREDBACON reasons. FACTORY WARRANTY
. The Apartment Association of The Job openings were developed >> 65 Buick I Electra I 225. '. .. ....,...... $2895
C In co-operation between the MR cojn/rnqjjEp. FACTORY WARRAHTY.
Los Angeles County, Inc., took agency and private employers. 65 Buick I Le Sabre :.......... $2395
: Issue with the ruling, declaring JTACT WARRANTY. THTI 9111 JUST KIWI
the property owner had "been Dr. Baton J. Brooks, CCUD 66 Pontiac Grand Prix ........... $2795
executive director,said arrange; FACTOR WARRANTY.
1 1LB.PKC deprived without trial or changeto ments with the local companies 65 Pontiac Catalina . .. .. .$2197
49i : defend himself in the use of RAR 1frR'' CONDITION
his property for at least 15 days are "Just a beginning" of a total 65 Ford Country; Sean Wagon ... $1995
and possibly several months." manpower system to make a va \ ; MB. AIB.COHDITpW! _A UAI,, OOOO O1TC:.
massive attack on the city's unemployment -
By the "mere accusation of
i '
another citizen, the property problem. R. S. EVANS3rd
N Training pay in the on-the-Job
owner was forced to hire an
"SUP -RIGHi" WESTETERN BEEF. FULL CUT ROUND SPECIAL! attorney to defend himself while projects average $2 an hour,
with the of
the plaintiff citizen is being fur possibility regular
employment ranging from $2. & MAIN
nished free counsel at the expense
of the taxpayer." 80 to $4 an hour.

BONELESS The suit was filed by Atty. EL 44381 EL 4-8582
STEAK : Jen. Thomas C. Lynch for the On a Church Bulletin Board:
I LB. 884j1I State Fair Employment Practices for sinners 0 n l 7." Catholic -

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& AdvisorShe

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Quality Drugs. KEN KNIGHT


COFFEE 59c MeL Manajer C. E. BLACK, Proprietor' 'Invites You To. Listen To-

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