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Title:
Florida star
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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 21, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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: RACIAL VIOLENCE CHARLOTTE N. C. -CNPINorth) Carolina is to danger'of\ I\i

being taken over by the Ku Klux Klan, Louis Austin, editor, '
1 ILL'rhM Carolina Timej asserted.
y1' The state mar soon become "the first_ Khncrtl ," in They
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country" he said.
not serve on Juries his court
Rapid growth/ of the Wan In Jones, an ex-bricklayer and

North Carolina Is atributed to lightning-rod salesman, took
NOT SEEN FOR FLA. the organising ability of over the Klan In 1983.According
J. Robert Jones, grand dragon to the Charlotte Observer he
of the forth Carolina Ku Klux added "a Klavern a week" to

..... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Klan. his group during the latter part
TTTTTT 1 As a result of the phenomenal of 1966.

Powell Did Not Racial Calm < rebirth of the Klan in North The KKK chief stirs up his

Brande"FaIseIy"Warren Carolina, membership has shot crowds by declaring that "the
Seen 1 Is State up to 10,000, according Klan is the tar hope left for
.
Get Fair Deal former Governor Terry the poor white in this country."
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Except 1 IX'ORLA.'fDO '! J Sanford, and to 13,000-20,000 Most of the Klan membership
Charges Wilkins Folks Says according to civil I rights Is made up "of mill hands,
workers small farmers and common
-. The hopeful> prediction In two counties Franklyn and laborers "
according to the
Jacksonville segregationist Warren H. "Folks has served
NEW YORK Following the that f violence which Rowan t the Klan is close to Raleigh News
and
Observer
notice to the FLORIDA STAR that he plans to bring suit
House of Representatives' denial scarred the face of American
acquiring a political base In Much of its
of Adam Clayton Powell's against the newspaper for Ubfel damages as a result of a cities will not appear Iz\Florida : Rowan two Klansmen have been comes from well-to-do money, however bud.,
seat In Congress until special newspaper article which appeared in last week's edition. to,1987 was voiced by one of : V elected sheriff and registrar nessm.
Last week Folks sent thp following memorandum to the :
committee investigates I his Florida's Negro leaders. of deeds. Today North Carolina has the
qualifications, NAACP Negro newspaper: The bearer of the hopeful Recently a Superior Court largest Klan group in anystateJust
Executive Director Roy Wllklns "TO: Editor of the "FLOlqpA STAR" tidings Is f. R. Johnspn, president
Judge, Allen H. Gwyn, felt itnece.sarJ three months ago 8,000
issued the following statement, of the Orlando chapter to take the unusual hooded and robed Klansmea
dated Jaa,10Congressman: "FROM Warren folks' d 'the National Association step of; asking that Klansmen paraded down the main street
Adam Clayton the Advancement of Colored,* of Raleigh.
Powell did not get a fair deal "SUBJECT: Demand for retraction Peojite. and
Negro Residents Bombings beatings are
to the House Representatives. Johnson's optimism stems Miss Donna Ray Butler, Central, taW University student;& has frequent Fiery crosses light
For the first time lit 160 years \Q, from a, feeling that advances won to the Young Artists Contest of the Mansfield Symphony Plan Move Into the sky all over the state, and
a chairman has been removed "Reference is made to the fiecember 31st, 1966 Issue of your will be made throughout the and will sing with them to concert Sunday Jan. 29. In Klan rallies
a letter grow larger by
from his post in the House. No bigoted publication concerning the BIG LIE headlined on your state to getting more and, better Just received from Robert Conquist, the director of the Mansfield the harangue.

one In his right mind believes front page-to wit: ,4 oJ jobs and more adequate housing. Symphony, Miss Butler was invited to sing her audition White Area State investigators, however,

that Adam Powell is the first NEGRO"n "Jobs and housing are the selection and one other aria for the performance competition don't see much of a problem,
Congressman since 1807 to be "JAX RACIST FIRES SHOTGUN AT main problems confronting was held before Christmas. The daughter of Cecil NEW ORLEANSNPQNegro) as they concern themselves

guilty of conduct justify Ing such Negroes all over t the state," Butler Sr., 112 Pembroke Rl, Hallendale, Fta., Miss Butler residents of the Crescent City* about -"black power" groups
'a removal. We Insist that the "Thii complaint> will serve Johnson a Klsstmmee native,, 'orlglnaUy- aanned to teach school until she switched to the neglected Ninth Ward have In the state.

yarddicb''SrlTcb'' ) nas" tS 4 's'rnl'legal.' 1IOtb 'wherein district, manager 'of a Uf e, lit ,:yusic Department last year. _'._. ,"__ threatened to. move Into all. the Klan is. oddly, weak; t
applied to RepresentativePowell DEMAND) an early retraction jB' surance CompMf! laid. '' white areas of the city, unless j1ll black' belt areas of toe r\
"
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be applied at once to all Said retraction must, under the The chapter! still Is working: needed attention Is given to the state '.1
others to the House whose law, likewise be a headliner on its survey of' Jobs which: 'War., On. Poverty To Recrvit' rundown area, by local, state, According to JOBS Salter,
records do not meet the'high displaying equal space and war could be filled by ,qualified and federal officials former
... 1 '.Vi ; organiser, Southern
standards which have become, distinction. '., ; K1'.4W" Negroes It Is the main complaint Train 50 Top Young LawyersA The Ninth Ward was almost Conference Educational Fund,

to the past 24 hours the "You/ failure to early comply '. ....'. of Florida NAACP wiped, out by Hurricane Betsy. "Where you have a strong 11\
measurement acceptability In with my retraction demand,wW y, Pet !//P. ... .. chapters f, nationwioe talent search The area long has lacked
N'ptRitt' has civil-rights movement
K begun to find of the you can
the The Democratic result to legal action against ,. .. J "So fifty trash collection
House. ... 8J.A, many jobs are not going cour.tiys brightest regular street
:.10" put the local
( .,..,. young lawyers to work to the War on pressure on
caucus had voted the day before your firm."Morever. ,. M Y' 'II"r" t.r'lIfJtf.1 to Negroes because of Pc-irrty. These young lawyers will be offered Heber repairs, adequate lighting,' structure to do something 'I,
to give Rep. Powell's chairmanship you will be required ,', 1/1 ( '- prejudice" Johnson. Reginald drainage flood
says Smith sewerage protection -
yd' Jlr;' Community Lawyers Fellowships! to be trained In the, "Also it Is easy to bringpressure
of the Education and to publicly apologize for 1"11' Mft It; sec'''''1iii "We're trying to find these rapidly; developing area of poverty law prior to of and adequate water on the governor :and
a field
Labor Committee to Carl D. your libelous statement (;1fcYAC6 .. problem to year supply residents _
our
J ," spots survey work !U the Legal Services Program of the Office of Economic say the Justice Department They,
branding me falsely u "Im "
Perkins, of Kentucky. and attack them tactfully. Opptttunlty. The Segregated housing of low in turn
Fellowship Program will be administered put pressure on the
In his column distributed to petuous and 'reckless." And He says the chapter does not the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. by quality and inadequate gas ui Klan.
newspapers across the country while you are at It, you'dbetter J know when the survey of Orange electric service are said to
on the weekend of Jan. 7-4, ret straight -your false story County businesses will be Earl Johnson Jr., director oft Smith Fellows." be found throughout the area
entitled "Why Single Out to which you claim 1 threatened the life of the City's Mayor finished. "Pm trying to find tin OED Legal Services Program The Reginald Heber Smith A petition for urban renewal FAMU Graduate

Powell?", Mr. Wilkins wrote, with the same shotgun. You better have some proof I a person who is very militant said that through this Fellows will be recruited from to assist in renovation of homes

"No, his conduct Is not approved to head the committee," he fellowship! program "we hopeto law schools across the nation, and: public facilities to the
by Negroes generally but witha "Truth of the matter Is, I keep on hand that particular shotgun, stated. tract the cream of young as well as from the ranks of neighborhood was refused by
sure sense born of generations a rifle, a pistol and a trusty base-ball bat for the express According to Johnson, at least legal talent to serve the poor. judges' law clerks and the federal government becauseof
of experience they remain purpose with which to protect myself from Just such trouble- 15 to 20 per cent of Degrees The poor need top flight lawyers practicing attorneys. Stipends a Louisiana law prohibiting

convinced that Adam is being making Nlgers as YOURSELF and that black savage-like living to the Orlando area are u much as the rich; maybe will range from $7,500 to $11, such projects Thus, residents
singled out and threatened because Arthur J. Robinson, (the Federal Government employee currently residing In aub.standatd'houses. more because they've been 000, based on the applicants' of the devasted area were prevented 1! !
he is hot white." under Neuro-psychiatrlc examination to determine without" legal! counsel for so previous legal experience and from repairing their

A resolution unanimously his sanity), who tried to kill Patrolman Luman and myself A few formerly white local long academic record storm-damaged homes.
adopted by the NAACP at its on Christmas night! neighborhoods have beea: integrated Funded by CEO the training Area residents say many of !t
annual meeting Jan. 3, stated by Negro families course will Involve an intensive Radical Night the homes are now unoccupied
to part that "the House of Representatives "For your infomation, (sic)the Second Amendment of the United "We're pushing for Negroes five-week curriculum at the because they have teen wrecked

does not now have States Constitution guarantees me u a White man, the rightto to move Into white nelehbor- Law School during August,1967.. Jet For AttackOn and their owners are unable to ,-
This will h fallowed
uniform standards for Judging "keep and bear arms" with which to protect my life from hoods but we're not getting a t- hv i MMyear repair them Trash and debris

conduct of its members. We all enemies, both BLACK and JEWS-You, Robinson nor any whole lot of support and this assignment to one of the Great SocietyCHICAGO remaining on the sidewalks has
recommend that..no action be "Negro-vote-hungry" City Official will abridge that 'Right! can be understood," says 165 Legal Services Programsoperated become a menace to health
taken In the Powell case under Johnson throughout the country and safety, It is charged
present conditions" "I suggest and strongly recomend (sic) that you get-on with The chapter president praised as an integral part of the War --Tbe radical U urban renewal is not forthcoming i
right wing inspired by some TALLAHASSEE
on Poverty. Fla.- A
the retraction have demanded. local school officials the community's
SNCC's'Carmicliael "We're doing fairly well to The Legal Services Program? GOP conservative election victories middle-class members plan to Florida AiM University graduate
now to Its second year to 1966, is girding for has beenawarded the nation's .
school Integration move Into all-white
Signed be says."We're areas of
I To Delivered via U. S. not having too many of operation, has funded over a political war against all Great the city, where they caa get second highest military decora- I
Society In 1967 the lion for
165 to the programs ,
projects resulting having distinguished
Registered MA!!. problems because we've had the facilities to which they consider
opening of over 600 neigh. Democrat National Committee themselves himself by exceptionally merltnrlnift -
good cooperation from the entitled
Change Jobs "borhood law offices to both has charged. rnnrftirt In lb._rfarin_
CC: "Warren H. Folks school board. r-
urban which Medicare, aaU-poverty, manpower sacs of
JACKSONVILLE CHRONICLE '"Director The Orange County NAACP and rural areas outstanding service
provide free legal assistance training demonstration while serving as operation officer .
THUNDERBOLT "DRAFT WALLACE for chapter baa about 600 members,
*! to the poor. cities, civil rights teacher of the 6th Psychological
THE CONUNCILOR "PRESIDENT AMPAIGN, with 35 officers.He .
"P. 0. Box fll does not expect any racial Tilt Fellowship has been corps rent supplements, and Operations (PSYOP) Battalion t tIn
"Jacksonville Florida." violence the local named In honor of "The Father all the Great Society programs the Republic of Vietnam
on
"But be said scene of Legal Aid to the United for housing, health and employment Major Thurman D. Grattic, a
"if we have
g Negro Sheriff It to other parts of the state States," the late Reginald H. represent the major native of Fort Myers, was a-
the Jacksonville area Smith In 1920, Mr. Smith pub- target for the radical right warded the Legion of Merit a-
seemsto
r- f I be the trouble llstted the landmark study to 1967, according to Louis ward prior to his return to the
spot right
Charges Oversight now" "Justice and the Poor" which Martin, the committee's deputy s United States from Vietnam last

I He adds, "N'eroe.lfpt when lab the groundwork for the chairman. month. He is a 1951 graduate ofDunbar
II Of Negro Lawmakers there's no hope for progress, development! of the legal aid "The right wing extremists HighSchooLFort Myers,
are determined to get (President
I ,no nope for system In America. and a 1955 graduate of Florida
JjCarmichael BIRMINGHAM Ala. -(NFI). frustrated success, they're Additionally, Mr. Johnson Johnson's)scalp,"becauseof AiM.
an d don't
give a
Sber UI-elect Lucius D. rap. U people will consider said, the Fellowship will make what be has done for the The citation reads to part
Amerson, Macon County has possible the evolution of a fully "little man," said Martin. "Through his initiative resourcefulness
charged that ,white historians every person as a persoawantsto The right-wingers be said
be considered with developed curriculum of poverty adaptability to
rights
distorted or neglected the are working and hoping for the
M. and opportunities, there won't law that can be adopted change, and readiness resort
CHICAGO Stokely Carmichael achievements made by Negro be any racial violence" by law schools and Legal Services following developmens: to the expedient Major GratUc
lawmakers during the Reconstruction A new alliance: and coalition
militant Negro leader, training programs across has contributed Immeasurably
has made it known be will not era. alter the Civil PLEA the country. "Lawyers simply between GOP conservatives to the United States' counter.
run for reelection u national h V.rHe ,don't come out of law schools Wxlcrats In theCcngresswhlcb Insurgency efforts to South
listed the free schow wjll cut off funds and otherwise
chairman of the Student Nonviolent i XPETOWNNPIApleato today knowing much about how Vietnam"
Coordinating Committee system, home rule, and abolition tfoutb Africa to end"torture andInhumanity to solve the legal problemsof cripple Great Society During the period covered by

(SNCCXCarmichael of property qualifications created by devilish, poor people. U these bright programs the award (from June 1965 to
made the statement for public office among legislation race classification laws," was young lawyers are to be of A new campaign through the I' November 1966), Major Grat
while participating in a placed on the law books made by the Rev I. D. Morkei. real value to their r"ents, !they communications media I to tic was charged with the responsibility -
taped television conversation through efforts of Negro moderator, Calvin Protestant will need this special training question tilt competence) and for training and

program last Sunday to df t3M+r legislators during the Reconstruction Church, recently: Rev. Morkei; la welfare law, landlord-tenant leadership of the President and preparing for deployment to
Chicago.Re era.Amerson a breakaway from the Dutch Reformed law and the other legal fields, the key figures to Us administration. r Velt Nam elements of the 6ta

said he will remain active tke first Negro church, has a personal associated with poverty PSYOP Battalion, the only V.
la the civil rights movement sheriff elected la Alabama In ax to grind In this respect. His "We'are fortunate"that a law' A campaign to divide and S. unit of Its kind b Ylet Nana.

but did not say what form Ids modern times, said be would family is split by the country's school 'of the calibre tithe confuse supporters of the The major subsequently was responsible -
activity will tab. He did not Insist on respect for the office laws: a ltbrothers andsisters, University of Pennsylvania has Johnson administration which for ,coordination of
go Into detslb.i of sheriff and would be fair to five are classified white, and undertaken the recruitment and will be aimed at organized : the U. S. Army's propaganda

Continued on Pap 10 five. Colored. training of the Reginald Heber labor and all majority groups. ,-" -".."- .... .--\1'" efforts In the Viet Nam conflict


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PAS 0IH Att to STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JANUARY 21. 1961

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NEWS I r ]pBe Eq a[ :


Published by Un Florida Star Publishing Company By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.


MEMBER
DEVELOPING LEADERSHIPMany
.

NEGRO P of !the key decisions affecting our lives are taken by
RNATIONALt
a : non-elective! officers and boards. A Library Board decides

I. when libraries open and close the board of a charitable
,<< \ organization decides what services it will provide and where,

ERIC 0. SII'SOI..laUIIDI Editor t; J., r t' a Zoning Commission can alter the future of a neighborhoodby

'.,f' its decisions. Because of the far-ranging influence of these
bodies. It Is essential that elements of the ct :munity be
HILDA WOOTEN.......Circnlatioi Manner ,'I represented in their membership.Unfortunatelf .

r' ,. ,. as in so many other areas of

2323 Miicriif' Read Pktoe Elgin 4-6782 I American This means life that, Negroes plans and are decisions often excluded.vitally Ii i ithe

c affecting the lives of many Negro citizens are
MailiRf Address made In their absence. I
There is a double tragedy here. First, this I

P.O. Boa 599 Jacksonville Florida 32201 __-ration between the decision-makers and
/ community;; encourages a feeling of alienation and powerlessness -

Second, it results In a misuse of human resources,
MIAMI OFFICE as the talents of the Negro community are neglected andunderutilized.

.
5011 NW 7th Are Pkono 151.3819 The many Negroes who have established their leadershipand

capabilities, both on the Job and In the many fraternaland
SUBSCRIPTION RATES charitable organizations which perform such excellent

One Year. $6.00 Half Year $4.00 work, could contribute a great deal to the community at large.

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United states In addition to this vast pool of under-utilized leadership, the

t Subscription payable In advance Negro community includes still more people who have the
sorely needed by these institutions, but lack Q le>
Send Check or Money Order to: qualities so
tralnlne.
i FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 To help develop this latent leadership the Urban League has

Jacksonville 1. Florida '' f' I :W', 1 ten-city: Leadership' Development Program. About 1.800\
I- people are being trained In community.organization and

': ; '- /1i/ tI' I 1 leadership and civic affairs and then attempt to gain appointment *
to the boards which influence their lives. A study madeto
Hail To The Manchester look establish the need for this program showed that city alter

'' city had no non-white participation boards like the Board of

The publication of the Manchester CONGRESS HAS SHAMED HER IEFORE Elections, the Civil Service Commission, the Zoning Commission -
book THE WORLDI'
,
L __. and other institutions,includingprivate charitable groups.
and its
LOOK serialization may bring us t------------------------------- .. .. ..- .q The program Is aimed mainly at people who have never
the unadulterated trutH about the "Death 1 1 involved themselves before in the life of the community-

of President Kennedy. ordinary people who were surprised to find that they too, coulddo

Although Mrs. Kennedy Is threatening to YOUR WeeklyHoroscope something importance help their friends and neighbors.One .

have a lawsuit settlement over the r eKtrlctlon > / man got so Involved in the program that he decided to run

of -certain ,passages in the 1 1 for office and was elected mayor of his town. A mother on
Manchester welfare became a member of her city's Poverty Program
book
the columnist 'and 1 1j
newspaper -
Committee. A housewife was appointed to the Goodwill Industries
reporters are having a field day Board. In one city, some people in the program
hiving the public "choice tidbits" of j Guide decided their neighborhood needed a better recreational

the book's contents. This is not to the 1 program for kids and drew up plans for such a program,

liking of tho Kennedy family to say the 1 which was funded by the city. In all of the participating
*
least. 1 cities there are many examples of individuals who had abilityand

to! have heard from two sides. Manchesterand By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER / leadership qualities and who just never made full use
tho Kennedies. 1 of them, getting appointments to city-wide boards and representing
But
now, a third
their community.
I
party has something to say: Governor JohnB. 1 Despite the obvious need for minority representation, and

Connally of Texas. It will take the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR despite the availability of people willing to serve, many

pros and cons to bring us the absolutetruth agencies are still blind to the need to mend their ways I.

folJ sewing the Warren report, the recall one man In the program who was a civil servant In a'
Manchester hook. etc. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL large city and expressed an Interest in working with a charitable -
agency. After going through the training course and
Governor Connally has right to
a
give 1
1 presenting himself to the group, he was told that It was
nix side of the story and defend himself 1. 1 agency policy to start volunteers at the bottom of the ladder
.
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in the verbal battle. In fact, the Texas - - -- -- -. - -. and then let them work their way into decision-making posts.

Senate and (House recently passed resolutions ARIES "One look at their waiting list showed me that it would be five
CANCER
praising Governor Connally for his LIBRA CAPRICORN to ten years before that agency would have even taken Negro

action and decision to "record the facts BORN MARCH BORN JUNE ." BORN SEPT. BORK DEC. representation on its board, despite the fact that a third of the
people living in that city are Negroes

Manchester'Co(U( !! L..t.hP.-JuJr.ia!"Death> ;Of za !a:p"n2L.U.U President. "II!_- ... 1M\ APRIL.Wt ...a2,2, n d-,.J IULY'w221d: '23rd-OCT 23rd 22ndIAN' 191k These organizations must come to realize that without makinga

Reap the Harvest. Seeds that ; I > f' : place for minority groups, they are cutting themselves off
Only by the Governor's publication a ,were wisely and carefully sowed Watch thtTStars.. Something i't's sigh from the community they serve In a time of change, these
Heave
book we believe, can the alleged 'dis-- during the planting season It's yourChance You connotgo very profound and perhaps mys- Sunnier. your organizations cannot afford to sit still
may by what other Individuals a- of relief as long as you have navigated -
tortions rumors and inconsistencies of be considered as the prime rea- terious, Is taking place In the the shoals

responsible writers in connection with the son for the bountiful yield that lives round you to are determine: doing with how,their you background of your life siting that may safely have beenencountered over THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy

trip and tragedy of November 22, 1963 many Arlams Justifiably are ex should conduct your won. U background of your life settingthe during the few previous days.
be disproved for the reading pecting. This will mean the appointment stage for the fulfillment of You having
public to others are unhappy In their associations may now figure on
Do not be disturbed JAMES A. RICHARDSON and GARDNER SAMS JR
to the high position your destiny. J.
consider and evaluate.It It does not necessarily left them behind for good with
for which beliebe by the temporary wore
will make good reading, as has the qualified, or you a promotion yourself wltha mean that you are ies or discomforts that are entailed little chance of encountering any The Jacksonville Urban League, Inc., under the provisionsof
Manchester book If Governor Connally proportionate raise in bound to suffer the same fate. The real meaning what others within the predictable fu- the Manpower Development Training Act of 1962 (MDTA)
salary The events of the past quarter ture. The planetary accent now has been the U. S. of Labor to
breaks his silence and records the facts for which you have energetically Is taking place,and where this is designated by Department serveas
and the doors that they may falls on you and on what you may a general contractor to help employers and related
groups
surrounding these mysterious events. striven. The one and only chal- going to take yol should be made
for this shouldbe do to rise to your potentials with the and
have opened one, development cost of on-the-Job training (OJT)
Texas will also be glad to read lenge worthyofnote maybe hurled crystal-clear before bery long.
GovernorConnally'
accepted as the heabenly as regards personal well-being programs Our contract calls for the development of 400 job
on the 12th, but it should not Pe prepared to receive mess-
M side of the incidents which be too signs that you should obey. Intuition when and appearance, economic sec trainees in the Jacksonville, Duval County Area.
difficult for most of through ,
age your
happened so fast that, one instance beforeour to meet and win hands down you The Cancerlans have strong you are blessed with one, for it urity, social recognition and In- On the job training may be defined as the actual performanceof

very eyes on television, we saw Ruby This could mean family ties are apt to encounter may furnish you with exact type tellectualaccompllshments.The the work duties by a worker in any occupation, under the
commanding
shoot Oswald. It seemed to the public at position, unimproved economic: considerable resistance to their procedures that you should follow area for you toexplore newphil- supervision and guidance of a trained worker or instructor
Intentions to create a home and osophies, horizons, or regions The worker Is trained on the job while producing and when
that time that status
Texas did not provide the or the final fulfillment in order to obtain the inevitable -
that family of their won. may also be heralded under unusual classroom instruction Is required, it is given at or apart from
best security measures for the protection comes after a lifetime of results. and exciting circumstances the work location.A .
of beloved arduous endeavor. 1.30.44.13.622LEO '8.20.77.14.531
a President. critical need for more and better trained workers continuesin
It now remains for us to read what Governor 8.40.66.18.548 7.60.13.15.100 Jacksonville, Duval County and other areas.The Jacksonville

Connally writes in his projected SCORPIO AQUARIUS Urban League has embarked on a major.program to attack

forthcoming .book Then, we must reads TAURUS BORN JULY BORN OCT. this problem. Our OJT contract calls for training and retraining

tat 0 men t s from the Warren BORN APRIL BORN JAN. of unemployed and underemployed and those whose skills are

report, Manchester's book, Drew Pearson' 23rdAUG. 22nd 21th -NOY. 22ndIt's endangered by automation.
20lh- MAY 20thIt 201HEB. 1811 There is benefit for both the employer and the employee.
column, and other news media in order to It's the Incentive. Work, for Use of on the job training with the Jacksonville Urban Leaguenot
properly assess what we read and draw our Shines The its sake alone, may na exact- time to Think. When you it's examination Time LookIng only cuts training costs for employers but develops
Through. pur- put your Intellectual to
conclusions. ly be termed favolrte powers backward is considered by employees with higher levels of skills
your oc- greater flexibility,
poses that were nonexlstnetor work, you can rest assured that
many to be a purely negative and Increased
But when productivity.
cupation. creative
not clearly defined are now you they will come up, not only with
talents are being challenged pastime. While thismaybetrueto Consider your need for on the job training to meet
,or your
emerging bathed in a glow of sought-after
answers but
Florida Must a a large extent,it may have its
"Reapportion" RightlyIt employment You be
to problem. eligible for assistance
sunlight. It.s'ouldbe apparentto Interesting profits are be derived whole lot more to boot. ICs a side In certain may
cases.
most Taureans, specificallythose you can be In there keepIng wonderful habit to get into, and positive For Instance, planning for the under our program if you are: An Individual employer, an

has come to the attention of the who possess talents and pace with the leading soulsof you should have all the incen- future is much more effective unincorporated association, a committee or commission a

public that there are several old Deep Ugh Ideals, that their missionon Industry. The opportunities tives and occasions to apply this when a store of knowledge and partnership or a meetscertaln corporation. If you are eligible and your
will not be proposed training specifications the Jacksonville
certainly lacking unless ,
this Is clear-cut. It for
golbe philosophy
which trouble yourself. Traveling is used
South states are having you have simply made precedents as a guideline Urban League will:
up
\ wit h reapportioning tof their legis- could mean moving away from your mind to ignore them en- around each cahnce you for the most tbourough and Reimburse Job instructor cost <,
homestead to
old
the going an get, a slew of acquaintance with
laturesfor example Florida and alien land,or taking up advanced tirely. Even the weekend Is ,. whom you can discuss the topicsof comprehensive drawing An up Inner the Pay for materials used in training
Mississippi.It bound to have something inter- necessary blueprints. Pay for Instructional supplies
educational courses that will\ the day,and a wholesome cur- fear world conditions -
has taken the Florida esting to offer regardless the or existing Recruit qualified job applicants' .
legislatureQuite launch you on the career of your iosity about everything in gen could induce to falter
fact that it generally is consid- you ,Provide consultation and advice on training
a while to get the Job done just as choice. eral may provide more educatIonal but this should be only for a
ered a period set aside Assist in developing training
they know it should be but won't do it. 8.20.55.13.770CE for restful or diver-exclusively material for you than a fleeting moment. Take strength Arrange for group training for programs small shops
school full of
simply, because no legislator wants to -tonary purposes. books. from your mate or anyone else .Arrange area-wide training programsDo
to lose his job. MINI 2.10.71.16.953 3.60.44.17.324SAGITTARIUS close to you who has plenty of all the paperworkOn
; tr-
Florida has the know-how to do the job it to spare. the job training will result In:

correctly, but continues to "shadow BORN MAY VIRGO 8.40.66.16109 Adequately trained workers

box" over the issue and waste the tax- 21stJUNE 21st BORN AUG.& Reduced turn-over
BORN NOY.23rd.DEC. PISCES Increased efficiency
payer's money rather than get the job Decreased supervision

done fairly and with eagerness and Take matter In Hand. The first 23rdSEPT. 22nd 21st BORN FEB.19t..III Decreased waste

dispatch. Hew Moon of the % Reduced accidents
year may very .
The Meaning Emerges Wasteno 20th
We are glad that a lawsuit is being well be symbolic of the start of Who comes First? Vlrgoans tears over the events: of the Wider selection of employeesOn

instigated asking the U. S. Supreme Courtto a more favorable trend In your who are parents will undoubtedly preceding quarter for you may Sweep all before you. Pass the the Job training with the Jacksonville Urban League will
strike down financial affairs Start collecting realize that the present not result in:
Florida's
Congressional now be made aware of their real first { days pttlnepotsed and
Districting What the outcome, will be, whatever you have coming happiness and welfare of their significance. 11'1 aliin yourin.. Dirking time in order to obtain Government redtapeCumbersome

we are not sure. Yet it will be done to you and utilize the breaksthatmay youngsters should come first. or, or should be. You can shortly a fast start right after the MOO!: paper work
be coming your way to est It really Is a duty that too Training intervention
many
take up all the loose threads has been declared new. From
even If the High'Court has t'o do it. And ablish a sounder way of life at ignore to see to it that the new and then Increased records
start unless
on
weaving them into a you trip yourself
then the anti-federal forces will howl home Additional taxation
and In your gainful occup- generation Is furnished with all
pattern of rising fame and up through miscalculation
loud and long. ation. Too much of a good thing the tools, education, and what- parity This will be all the pros more should be leading the field,you la The Jacksonville Urban League is ready to help you If you

One way to make the legislature-do Its may tempt some d you Gem- ever else they may require to pronounced in the cases of the your greatest hopes Opportunities have job openings, employees to be upgraded and/or expanding
job right and Immediately is for the inlans Into an orgy of spending compete in world that is growing Sagitarians who are qualified will be crowding from business to promote on the Job training programs in such

voters to put pressure upon legislators or In the taking of speculative more exacting and complicated education, profession,calf and all sides and there isn't a single occupations as
to assume their moral responsibilities. risk. This could change solid with the years. Allow this, social standing., For youthere one that deserves to be turned Service
position Into a precarious one philosophy to govern your and are few limits to the heights to down. Whether you are in social Production
for those who lose their beads your case, and you will be Inviting which you are capable of rising or club circles, weddings and Skilled and SemiskilledClerical

completely. Not one, but several a much more joyous way which you are capable of rising. other glamorous functions are and Sales

opportunities of a lifetime of life than you may realize Do not allow friends, no matter apt to take place andleave an imprint Semtproreas1ooalSclentutc' .
pLEASE fight J may come knocking at your door The talentedonesamonnouare\ tow well-intentioned they maybe that will not soom be ef- Technical
In the form being favored to the Agricultural
unexpected offers
highest degree -
to persuade to take faced. Many of cal
maybe
a
you you
I birth of new Jobs legacies or property imaginable,but it may take For additional information on what the Jacksonville Urban
dp! .tt. .mI'.Ii.IinLm backward step or to Invest youricash led upon to act M presiding of-:
transactions. Scoop them 'an experienced agent to promote'you r in ventures that nave been fleer,:administrator.1 M ui\-t.luagueJob'Trstolsgprogramcandotohelp: you as
l;. and your financial interests. eon hastily drawn up. capacity of great trust. an employer Dtad Jacksonville Urban League; Inc., MDTA-
3.80.55.18.348 6.10.99.14.210 8.80.88.19.497a OJT Project, 625 West Union Street Jacksonville Florida.
4.90.22.17.156 Phone S S- 968.

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i I Wet I Jacksonville Garden Circle Holds Unique Meeting I

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HORTICULURISTSMembers of the West Jacksonville Garden Circle who met recently rfiTliam M. Broadway, reporter;; and Mrs. Earnest Williams, corresponding i'' 'r'
in the home of Mrs. Cleo Boston for a unique session which Involved the exchange of In the photo at left seated are: Mrs. F. Jones, assistant secretary; Mrs.
I gifts and the discussion of the care of poinsettas are seen here. In the photoat Miller, and Mrs. John Cherry. Standing are Mrs. Sidney Brown, vice president; 7'I I
right, in the front row are Mrs. John Clark treasurer;. Mrs. C. J. Mosley, chaplain A. W. Boston, Mrs. Constance Green Mrs M. D. Groover, and Mrs. C. D. Jeffers.
; and Mrs. L. M. Argrett. In the second row are Frederick Bland Sr. Mrs. Photos By James Sing


Credit Union JWJ Band Set Wedding Bells .

I SOCIALLY SPEAKINGWith To Hold

For Concert Gerald Thomas Wllkerson,1414Crothe Joseph Alphonso Holzendorf
Louise Guinyard Annual MeetThe St., Apt C, 21 and Jr., 1207 E.lstSt.,26andJoyce
Dorothy Mae Byrd, 1034 W. Ann Goldsmith, 113) Van Burne
The christening ceremony for Joi Yvonne Sunday morning, this time selecting Ducote Federal Credit 8th St., Apt. D, 20. St., 25.Billy .
wi II lams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel v/oodlawn1/ United Presbyterian Church of Union will bold its annual''' The Allen University Chorus
L. Williams, was held recently in Woodlawn which made a special presentation to Mrs. meeting Friday at 7 o'clock of Columbia, S. C., will be Danny Earl Brown, Sbelbyrllle, Larry Carter,.. Chicago,
United Presbyterian Church, The Reverend Alexander during the services. Mrs. in the Myrtle Avenue Branch presented in Its annual con- Inc., 24 and Carol J.Jackson, UL, 22 and Joyce Retla Bess,
F. 0. Wilson I officiating I I Sybil Butler presented a.gift from the Library.The cert Stephen'Jan.AME 29 at Church I p.m.auditor-in St. 7fel W.Church St., 21. 6107 Japonica Rd., 23.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Powell were designated sorority to the church's Sunday School annual financial statement ium 5th and Davis Streets.
as Library. Following service, the Wood IawnWomen's will be given and election of direction John Sherman Norris, Philadelphia William Wallace Hogan, 1590
godparents. The under
officers will be held. singers Pa., 22 and Mary Alice W. 34th St., 20 and Diane T.
Organization served refreshmentsto Each member has been urged ot Prof. John W. Hunter, will Spencer, 418 W. Dewdrop St., Edge, 1115 W. 6th St., U.
'r '" 'rrrrrr' the visitors. of ,
to attend to become more familiar present a program spirituals 17.
The Tusk Court home of 1-1r. and Mrs. Delta Sigma Theta sorors climaxed the with the union. Door classics, secular and folk Daniel Jordan Williams, 934
Edward H. Robinson provided the setting observance with a luncheon held at Howard prizes will also be given. music. Charles Lewis Pough, 1630 W. Jefferson St., 18 and Mary L.
for the recent meeting of Galaxy Ladies Johnson's' Motel on Golfalr Boulevard. The credit union office is located In previous appearances here, 24th St.,andRuby L.Frailer, Young 930 Jackson St., 17..
have before
Bridge Club. Mrs. Lawrence Jones and at 2212 N. Myrtle Ave., they performed 1074 W. 12th St., 18.>
large audieiltes: it was
r' 'r 'r r' r r 'r r' and is open for business from Donald Lewis Chisholm, 340
Mrs. George H. Starkes were guest players.The 1 to 6 p.m., Monday through announced.An Johnny Lee Taylor, 147S W. Dellwood Ave., 22 and Elllene
latter qualified for guest prize. Mrs. John Wheeler was hostess when Gems Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., invitation has been extendedto 30th St., 19 and CurUyn M. Shead, 6663 Klnlocke Dr., ZOoHUGO'S
Club prizes. were awarded to Mrs. Rufus ridge Club held its regular meeting last ,-aturda it was announced. the public tc attend. Bodle, 5837 Droad St., 17.
Wester, Mrs yaughn Lewis(\>>. and.Mrs, Edgar Friday evening.Hesdamu.Martha.
1 Graham,, ,Nos.Er,1petdck: L.0Shef rdjeodMrsa'AIfredPinlu Filmore, Mildred Bradham,
; were amonglother'memiers. : "Meltonia McGriff, Virginia Martin and Irma '" : ; ', : r' i
'were V
present. Hjrray guest players.
Gems present included Mesdames Marian
'rrrrrrrr' talker H
Bossard Galvin
Sylvester Evelyn ,
Mrs. Jonathan McCone and Mrs. Irma Murraywere Catherine T. Jackson Myrtis Thomas ,
high scorers when Les Elite Bridge Mar I e McClain, Joyce Lawson Marie 5fr.
Club met recently in the Begonia Road home ;treets, and Lois Avery.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Arthur Jones.
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Mrs. Jones invited as guest players Mrs.
James Wilson Mrs. Norman Urquhart, Mrs. The fifty-third I Founders Day of Phi I Beta.
Wash, and Mrs. Henry Daniels. Sigma Fraternity was celebrated by Gamma
Members participating included Mrs. James Pi Chapter recently at Edward Waters
Bennett Mrs. Vivian Jefferson ; and College. "Meeting the Challenge of the STARTS TODAY !.
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland. Great Society" was the theme for the

Little more than two months remain before observance, and Releford McGriff deliveredthe
the South main address.A. ODDS & ENDS
Atlantic Regional Conference of Remarkable Savings 0" floor Samples with light
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, scheduled forM Langston T a y I o r Leonard damage or imperfection.
a r'c h 2 -25 in the Mayflower Hotel. Francis Morse and Charles I. Brown R.g. NOW

Gamma Rho Omega will be the host chapter.Mrs. founders of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE oaM Ctrle Caldtt. .191.50 144.50
Gilbert Solomon, basileus of Gamma were paid special tribute during the CUSTOM MADE BY HUGOS Net commodes . 15J.50u. 129.50'.,
Rho Omega is event. Mrs. Leonard F. Morse widow of Cherry Consolt . IZJ.5D 99.50 i
working constantly with Reg. hble Des_ 182.5D
one of the founders, was a special guestat NOW Ioflhol'"f 147.50Wlnl
various committees to ensure the successof the program. She was presented a Ch.lr.Print"lintt..118.53 127.50 Chrrry ladles Des 1SI.50 159.50
the conference. b e aut I f u I b Miss tort Seat.Creee Satre. Z54.00 197.50 Oak kHI.lo"'C.mehbll"' .12150 99.50
corsage y love State Cold Osmast Z4&.DO 179.50 Or'tdsl' Slod Chest..113.50 19.50
'rrrrrrrr' Phii lander Baskin "Miss Phi Beta Sigma" ProlnClilledroolll Ch.ir. m.50 97.50 Oval Coffee Table . IUD 69.50
The Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter of Delta for 1966-67. She was also the recipientof 2 Pc.Sectional Sofa.Greu. 44&.Dm :147.50 4 Dr.M.llal.nf Chest 211.50 117.50 {
Sigma Theta a special gift from the chapter and Walnut Ch.lrs.loosl Cushions. JUO 49.50ea. Stlvtr1ullru"ront. 1600.00 999.50
Sorority observed its Fifty- local Sigmas. John T. Moore, Jr. Wade the Molt' Irm Sots.bold Velvet 45&.D0 :147.50 Sheraton! lots .'. 521.50 399.50
fourth Annual Founders' Day Sunday, with presentation. Nost Chairs.tailed Print .157.00 ,a. 99.50 ea. Cold lul Tables . nOh.. 59.50'.,
activities centered around Mrs. Winona C. French led. gut Velvet Z27.00 149.50 Mahoga",Itachet U50 II. 77.50",
Alexander, one of the original founderswho Sigras honored during the event included tree.Velvet Italian letc9 157.50 e. 129.50 Sp.nlsbCIIIIT.bles. U50u. 12.50...
is a member of the chapter.The John T. Moore, Jr. and Relefor .McGriff Pilloll lack Sofa hue .. 555.00 399.50 Spanish loot Cast 11150 129.50
for outstanding service to the Fr.CItt t.I''rbll' Top 411.50 327.50
group followed its usual custom of community. Pllloll I.d Sets.Pnnt. 431.0m 349.50
tors seat Print . Z2COm 169.50
worshipping en masse at a local church 'rrrrrrrr.M M.holanylrrn Chlrs,told 17.50 69.50
v lOUR"Sofa.Ie'le moo ::299.50 HARIT AGE
... ChlpPlndle Sol.TarquolSi. 454.50 379.50 a
SmsIt Wong Chair Gold 114.00 II. 129.50.a. Reg NOW .
Tufted Soll.llue . 113.00 "99.50 SI.tl Top low C.binet : 370 DO 299.50FrrllCUoYl
SuUold. 330 DO ::269.50 Oak Coffee hble .. 15150 127.50
Pike, lad Sth. Slaelreei. 49&.00 399.50 Slmp.llce No CemlllGdl 11000 99.50
; \ SII'Francisco Chair Cold. 161.00 139.50 Slmp.t1! Cutlet Table IUD 59.50 i
/iLJ1jk'\' Cund Tour Nall Cblnet m.50 299.50
., / BIGGS tratd Tom ld Tables..1s7.iss. 139.50..
lunChnc, T.bln. .. 101.50 ,I. 19.30 ea.
toe? loot Came Table 159 DO 127.50 l."hbles."" .:. IU50 137.50
Oueu Inns Colfee Table. 14700 11 9.50 2 Chairs Orange . HUO ,I. 19.50 H.
OU.ulnnIOesH.bll..275.00 :219.50 100.00 ''
Soh tna 399.50
piles sack .
\ Sh.w Chest . 415.50 329.50
,000,10etS PeJlbrakl Tables . 140001.. 119.30 ea.le1131Sggage .
24.0011. 19.50'. HERITAGE BEDROOM SUITE
Sclftoped table . 13.00 75.00
Cadre Stand . 15.00 60.00 frend 1/1 led.2! Clllllllodl Rog. 140W
Night$ .Dresser. 1.344.11 999.50
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Widow Table. . ZIUI 199.50 DlYfSO teem lute
OATEN Marble' Tq led Table Z57.50.. 199.50... T.bll.l Dptnisterd Ckalrs.
wilts 9 bid lid Tills 151.50.... 99.50.a. tmdVIiI . 1.323.50 999.50.
Marbll TIP Cblnet '.' 3&0.00 ::279.50 ENTIRE STOCK OF,
de- r M."II Top Eld Tastes 132.50 99.50 leDUCID "W TO
PmilCi.1 h.T.bll IUI 69.50 LAMPS
'rIY1l1C111 ltd( T.".. 221.11 149.50 PICTURES OJ/
'reYltti.Ud 11"'. ISUO 79.50
If" ; 'r.itei"(Id Table. ,102,09 59.50 MIRRORS .
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1 4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY !Amn 21. 1161


District Union Bel Air Club Planning Annual ParlyPLANNING CALENDAR EVENTSThe

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MINUTES: Christian Unity Forum
Of St. Luke <" '
will meet Thursday, Jan. 26,
at 7:30: p.m., in the home ot
,TE S. SIAM 8081E Mil.MIIAN ) Meets Jan. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gregory,
Illll MCIITV f 1 IMS Grothe St.
t CHICAGO ILLINOIS 0S The District Union will meetin Officers and members are
t ; .I j St. Luke Baptist Church Jan. asked to be present as plans
29 with District 4 of the host for the year will be outlined.
WHAT IS A CHURCH? church presiding. f M I
Rev. R. J. Crawford, pastor IXXIXX
.. ll i.i -irniK lull' 11'11"I I lliil% HUM ami Si. I'liul iall Ibis ilinnh "llu of Elisabeth Baptist Church
1"1'1| | l MII die' KH.H niijoril)' ofrilikioii" 1".1)l lit (lirixl. ",,r' the linr.li Eastport, will be the speaker The Bright Star Gospel Singersand
1"1,10-| il" ""I \kmiu what which i. Ilis I KIM|>'" (I ('.*. UJ7; tor the fellowship program,and Rev. 1. Williams' Choir
a I'II1I1't hi."k the iiMrip mini 11111,121 I I : 21)Mm ). Mrs Tbeo R. Oree will serve will be presented in a musical
vtliil it iliuiiti i.. mil In** up) In iniiiii' join I dim (linnh liiiirUipiiMiiorum > u Mistress of Ceremonies. program Sunday at 8;30 p.m.
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1"1,1)| ': "W'II. .III)|.N\| known ill,ill ": 'mlnrr li knl. Other districts In the city have _1 4 F \ r 4 in African United Church,
,lvhurrhi.abuildingwlii. <. (Hiipli lilt. but I inil)' I b,)' r.iili ill llu I.IT.IJIMM been Invited to attend.Revelation s'A sponsored by Mrs. Bertha Bell.
H" III "IH>llll| ; inn iitrmiI '\'lit In (hrixl Si I'nil iliilir.itH :
: I'hi. won! ir.uixl.iiiil. iliiinlir incmr \' inn. Spirit lire MI. till Ititpnsttlim Baptist
:: Id) IIH. _;nii|>lmi'.m* HIvnil'liliurili /, "'u' II4NIy"I(I It.-r. IJI.I: ). .\i mlIII I
:\ i. HIM .1 i I building, I 1'1' Klllll 1J:5: lie ilNIMll| M)'. ill.II Church News The Voices of Jerusalem
: lI,1rnb1Y' that mil'In ill I Ih.. tiuil,f'l ">'.', IHIIIH muly. an im. |1..1)| in Gospel Singers and the Sun
: HiK. Ictlimi.ill\'. it iliunli i i i.* (lirl.)." Services Sunday In Revelation beam Gospel Singers will be
tin n "nli.iiiii| ;it,ill"."UK. fur the Slany' .ill'n' 1..1'1.| h.1hu.I) Baptist Church will begin with presented in a song contest
Mint 44'orl i. 11..1 ill .\" IH I'):. iliur 11.11111.1u I mil' iliimli mils|| the Sunday School at 9.43 a.m., Jan. 22 in Mt. Morlah Baptist
iI riiiiiniK .sill. "liu li had IINruhMd. l fiirmiM-,' )"lIr.I".r".I"llIlIiIlI/II.I.. with Superintendent Evelyn D. Church, beginning at 8:30: p.m.
: III I Ephesus. and,I llllnur-4. MIl\' ill.II II'I'UI mill dirt tit inn (liunli Miller and Paula Bekes In Mrs. Ora L. Jones will represent -
Ihi..I..IIII.I.I..IIlIrll..llllllllh.1I I lOr (nnl U IHII u Iollillilll"I ilu. charge Rev C. L. TeUalr will f the Voices of Jerusa-
: ..llu. i riaur (part knew nut' "I..n', 1..1)| | II f Ih,.*. win, i MM ill (lint a" review the lesson, "Our Response lem and Mrs. Catherine Pugh
: fin'i' I Ihr).win.1'1.5111' iii,ry\1'h'r. I 1'.1" li.irSi\i.>rDniililliM. to Christ" will represent the Sunbeam
liaM" | This ,,,111,1!,I appK HI mm}' .iijiunli |tMrgdt.| in and mil of The morning service begins "ik'-W4' Singers. Other groups in the
;. h.I.I l IN'. Inn llu IKHIII i* ill.n I Itie MI nix' rt.f I liHiHoru.mi/Hum. MI. at 11:IS o'clock. The pastor city have been invited to attend
tliiirih. IH nut u "lIillilll1'111.11I I ,' ill d"n'I", 'UlniiK In lliir. un. will preach and the C. L. Tel
now'111141, ) i>( (Hipli. ., Cast Mil.li. ('hnnh..hilt mliiri.tili .. fair Chorus and junior ushers IIIXXX
.:Ilii ..rill rd. of Kliub llu. Hill, ,. ill ilmr nlijiiii; lndl..iun. will serve with Mrs Wattle
lui" iiiiiKl In M)' i IK "llu. (liurili ofMK .l.i mil Hi.. '11II'.lilllll.i : HIM' MI Hightower at the instrument. ._ The 36th anniversary of Elder
( |. win.li IK. h,nil pnriliixt.l wild ...11111'nl'%' iriul.il. in (lml. in. lluSmiir The evening service begins at 1 J. M. Tarver as minister of
Ills 44411 I.I'MMI" (,11'1.. JIIJII: ) win| dint fur nnr xiim? 6:30 o'clock. t the House of God will begin
Fir AMIKI.i ....'1' ... |.. Iwl_III Monday and continue through
Goldle Frank, noted grooming "glamour begins with a bar of 4a
Jan. 22.Various.
I authority and author,states that soap and its generous use." U.S. Savings Bond ""' "' -
r M ET---Sho here are members nit 7hj'rma and Mrs. P. Williams pastors, accompaniedby

of the Bel Air Social Club who met recently reporter ; Clinton Graham, Mrs. Mary Lee, have their charge congregations of the services, will

to plan for the olub's annual savings treasurer; Mrs. Eleanor Jackson, each night. The birthday dinner

SPECIAL PURCHASE party to be held. at Buster Ford's' tai rdland r e cor d i ng secretary ; Samuel will be held in the church dining
on January 21. Seated from left are Mrs. Graham, treasurer and Mrs. Elsie Graham, room beginning at 2:30 p.m.

ON Louise Graham president ; Mrs. Rosa chaplain.
Chester Mrs. Fannie Williams i I I sick com- FLORIDA STAR Photo By James Singleton xxxxxx

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SPRINGFIELD TIRES observe their 20th anniversary
M CHURCH NEWS Jan. 29 at 8;30 p.m. In Mt.
FOR THE Ararat Baptist Church
4 annex.
; BUY TWO ONE
PRICEOF I ABYSSINIA BAPTIST have charge of the service with Mrs. A. Weatherspoon Mrs. Ruth Valdez will be the
r4 BUY ONI rums FOR THi PRICE LISTED/ BELOW A GET ONI Hit I Services Sunday in Abyssinia Baptist Church begin with the the speaker and Mrs. Allie Faye Maxwell, guest soloist. Mistress of Ceremonies and
OFFER GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY! Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. with Deacon W. R. McNeal In Mrs. Thelma Edwards will
LIMITED SUPPLY.. FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED charge Morning service begins at 11 o'clock with Rev. B. L. HEW MT. OLIVE serve as dean of hostesses.
Wynn, pastor, presiding. Choir 3 and Usher Board 1 will serve. Rev. David Johnson, minister at Bethel Baptist Church, The participants will Include:
KELLY I Joint fellowship service will be held at 2:30: p.m. in Emanuel southside, will serve as pastor fo r the day Sunday in New Nathaniel Jackson, Octovettes,
SAfETY S PENNSYLVANIA GOODRICH fiSK Baptist. Choir 3 and all ushers will serve. BTU begins at Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Biven Specials and the Celestial
SPRINGFIELD CLASSIOVE' SILVERTOWN PREMIER 5:30: p.m. with Deacon Hudson Jordan presiding. The evening The activities will be in charge of the youth department, Singers.
In, rd I.. ew4 wi;_-r. ; -.-.;.;- -....;.--..... ..... w..... service begins at 6:45: o'clock. beginning with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. with the youth
520413- 1.29 32.25 36.50 superintendent in charge. The Rev. Mr. Johnson will review xxxxxx

J09!!!.. 1.44 19.21 3.05 26.50 30.75 32.45 36.75 CHURCH OF GOD the lesson, "Our Response to Christ."
Trustee Day will be observed Sunday throughout the day in Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. District .4 will meetat The Harrell Singers will
!SOItf-I.56!) 21.50 23.50 23.90_ 77.65: 48.15_ 31,60 35.65 40.60 the Church of God in Christ 4, it was announced by Elder .4 p.m., at 1369 Kings Rd. The evening service has been sponsor a birthday program In
,Ii 700113- 1.56 23.10 25.60 24.40 2a.i 29.15 34.55 37.70 42.25 W. F, Faust, pastor. scheduled for 6:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Johnson will preachthe honor of Rev. R. L. Lambert,
I'' $45x14. ..e-ht7 75,50 29.90 27.90 32.35 At 12 o'clock, the morning service begins. Choir 3 and sermons and Choir 3 and Usher Board 3 will serve with evangelist and promoter of
I 6 5.1t. 1.77 27.30 30.60 29.95 34. 5' 37.80 47,85115x14 Usher Board 1 will serve with Miss Doris Faust at the console. Peter Knox at the instrument. Georgia and Florida, Sundayat
The pulpit rites will be conducted by the pastor. 8:30: p.m. in the House of
.! 1.88 17.10 21.10 27.30 31.80 31.15 ..36.05 39.25 44,45115x14 The Sunday School commences at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Emma NEW MT. ZION God, Saints in Christ Church,
2.19 18.60 22.50 27.90 3U5 32.90 31.10. 41.50 47.05 Levy presiding.. YPWW at ?::30 o'clock, Elder Splller in Services Sunday in New Mt Zion Baptist Church commence Florida Ave. and Odessa St.

IN!: 2.37: 2t.10 25.30 30.5..L 33.. : 3.. 36.10 41.80. 45.45 31,50BSSxl4 chart*.. Deacon B. F.. lrvtagf 111 have"*. J.charge' '. ,of'..the' lesson.. "" '. \. with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m'wlth Mrs.Annie M. Lewis Special singing group will be
r 2.56 33.50 Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. in charge. At 11 a.m., Deacons'W. J.'CooperindO.Lamar; the Singing Angels of Brunswick .
31.90 39.65 45.90 49.85 56.55
_._ The Sunshine Band will meet Saturday with Mrs. Nettle will conduct the devotion. Rev R. D. Bennett, pastor' will Ga. Other groups will
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4 :::: .41.95_ 11.05_ 113.13900x14 Durham presiding. deliver the sermon. The final service will begin at 5:30 p.m. participate.Also .

_2.84.:. 44.9_ 57.05 65.15 Usher Board 2 will serve throughout the day appearing will be Miss
Shill! 174 -' EMANUEL BAPTIST Brenda Singleton
: ''r Mr. and Mrs.
85115 Emanuel Baptist Church services Sunday begin with the ST. JOSEPH METHODIST Gilbert Tiphen and Timothy
..1:74 29.50 34.20 Sunday School at 9:30: a.ra with Mrs.Mamie Fields and Deacon The women of St. Joseph Methodist Church will observe their Pickens, radio announcer of
)((5xiS 7.19 14.95 19.85 27.9 3'2:2s32.90: 1.10 41.50 41.0511SiI5 George Smith In charge. The lesson subject is, "The Marks annual day Feb. 19 at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. service. Brunswick.
!! :32 17.60 22.10 30.55 35.35 36.10 41.80 45.45 51.50 of a Christian. The devotion will begin at 10:55: a.m. and Mrs. Grace Earl is chairman and Mrs. Doris Green, co-
E4SxtS 2.53 24.35 33.35 33.50 3'.90 39.65 45.90 49.as 56.55 baptismal rites will be held during the morning service. chairman. Planning Meetings
9DOIIS Fellowship service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Deacon James Mrs. Florence Small Shaw, member of the Bethune-Cookman
... 3.13 43.25 ;44.95 52.05 65.15 I Phillips will conduct the BTUatSp.m.and the evening service College faculty, will be the speaker for the morning service. Under DiscussionAt
j #, All, id..iiWlIWs11/gx.inrMnr/.INlrn. ; : fkrh.n,..rJt begins at 6:30 o'clock. Choir 1, Junior Choir, Usher Board 1 Other talent will participate on program.
; KhmihFrf and the junior board will serve. Mrs. Loretta Rawlins and Mt. Zion AMEA
GEO. SCHUMAN TIRE CO. Cecil B. Fisher will preside at.the Instruments. WALTERS MEMORIAL
Services Sunday in Walters Memorial AME Zion Church will series of planning meetings
"J'.r Os.,,lit Y 1'<<". l Ilinflv. "''.npt'?'". NEW HOPE AME begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. with SuperintendentA. have been discussed by Rev.C. .
{ 1319 WEST BEAVER STlirrtjor. NEAR MYRTLE The young people of New Hope AME Church will conduct the B. Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie Brown Jr. Rev. E. Toston, pastor at Mt.
service Sunday at 6:30 p.m. with Miss Gloria Stephens in H. C. Archie, pastor, will review the lesson. "Our Responseto Zion AME Church, officers and
charge. Christ." members.
The participants include: Taft Kennedy, Choir 2, Abram Morning servle at 11 o'clock with the pastor In charge. At According to the pastor, the
Augustus, James Abraham, Thomas Brewster, Miss Patricia 3:30: p.m., the missionaries will sponsor a program In interestof interest and concern manifestedby
o o NOW! Burney, Miss Ruth Seawright, Miss Patricia Tyrus, Leroy the mass meeting Jan. 29 the officials and members
/ Fields, Vonnie Shlggs, Jimmy Foote, Mrs. Z. L. Tyrus, Mrs At 5 p.m. the Christian Endeavor Hour Is scheduled. The have given much Inspiration.He .
3118 Edgewood Ave. W Mabel Harrell and Rev. Z. L. Tyrus, pastor. evening service will begin at 6:30: o'clock. Choir 2 andUser'! said, "The conference and
The services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. with Boards 1 and 2 will render service with Mrs. Annie M. Davisat presiding elder district is
j 4 LOCATIONS Superintendent Lewis Champion presiding. The morning service the Instrument. e. pleased with the loyal support
commences at 11 o'clock with the pastor presiding.At Mt. Zion is giving."
I TO SERVE YOU .
4 will TEA TIME *
5 p.m., ACE League. Choir 2 and Usher Board A revival meeting will begin
3701 EMERSON render service throughout the day. Lily White Lodge 126 will at 3:30 p.m. in St. Paul AME Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m.
= 830 CASSAT AVE. Monday, Choir 1 will meet for rehearsal, and..Tuesday at sponsor a Fellowship Tea Jan. Church Rev. Richard Woods of Los
1 1824 WEST BEAVER 7 p.m., teachers meeting will be held. Class meeting has 29 In the home of Mr. and Mrs. The participants will include Angeles, Calif.,. will conductthe
; been scheduled for 8 p.m. The youth choir will rehearse M. B. Raglns, 1160 Kings Rd. Marvin Holt, Otis Gamble,Cur- service for the week, beginning -
Saturday at .4 p.m. On Jan. 29, the missionary society will Deacon Lee Bryant will be the tis Palmore, Jerry Baker, at 7:30 o'clock each
FLA. GRADE A speaker and other outstanding Gloria Wright, Olivia Hogans, evening.
rfffiV _JBSTEWING Adventists talent in the city will Vivian Dennis, Cynthia Hutch- Evangelist Woods is nationally
Ephesus To clean I nUsni Iron, fill It with
C inson, Gall Cole, Catherine
vinegar, steam four minutes and participate. known, according to the Rev.
lit it "net" for an hour. Next pour Upsilon Psl Phi Social and Hill, Jaceta Weaver, Brenda Mr. Toston. Mrs. Ethel Ban-
HENS Church News
B'i the vinegar out and l rinse tho iron Saving Club will sponsor a Get Harris, Mary Postell, Mary nister and others will have
All services for Ephesus well with hot water. Acquainted Musical Tea Sunday Williams Williams,and J. others McIntosh, Robert charge of the music for the'
revival.
Seventh Day Adventists Church
are held at Ephesus Academy '
SMOKED "
ft *> 2760 Edgewood Ave. \
Sabbath School begins at 9:30: *
J7 NO DOWN
PICNICS a, m. Saturday morning with
i B.I Superintendent A. Lockley and
associate workers in charge. PAYMENT I
The lesson topic is, "The Kingof
+ Heaven and the Kings of FIRST PAYMENTDUE

I ICC Persia.Morning. worship at 11 o'clock, IN 45 DAYS

f FRVERSAND & $ LB' Elder R.elders B. Hairston will be in and charge.associate EASY TERMS SOFA & CHAIR

Missionary Volunteer meeting
I will begin at 4:IS with Mrs STANDARD

.B-Q Delores Evangelistic Whltfleld services, presiding.are held I

each Sunday night at 7:30 3/lJ2f2 'r
I SPAR 49C Ce. Prayer meeting Is scheduledfor

BIBS 730.: every Wednesday night at $4950

Visitors are welcome. 2 THROW PILLOWS

CENTER CUT INSTALLATION RITES With Each Complete Job

i Labor Cv Materiel,.
75. The dedication and Installation r
PORK CHOPS of new officers of the Epheaus EL 1QC1 IVININO APPOINTMENTS Included
Seventh Day Adventists Church t-AJJDJL MAOI AT YOUR MQUUT All Springs Rebound fr Tied
I was held Sabbath morning FREE Prompt (Ettlmotii Your Home In New Filling Added

J THE ---- during the 11 o'clock worship Jacksonville end Surrounding Towns. All Work Guaranteed.._.Free EirimateiA
hour at Ephesus Academy,2760

I -89C-LUCKY Edgewood Elder R.Ave.B. Halrston gave the ECONOMY' DECORATORS, & ,Ur QLSJERERS661TAtUYRANDAVE '

NUMBER message of dedication. His remarks
admonished officers to '
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N.Y. Education Sought For UNCF Prexy Accepts Check New Orleans LBJ PardonsUL


Hcgro Ward Of White FamilyALBANY Newspaper AccusedOf ChiefIn '


N. Y. -The Commissioner of Education was asked PrejudiceNEW Tax Case
by the Legal Defense Fund to permit an Alabama Negro teen- ORLEANSNPI- Many
ager, now ward of a white family Port Washington, to attend Negroes in New Orleans are
WASHINGTON 44PI.Presl.deal
public: schools there without payment of tuition. reportedly accusing the Times -
Johnson has pardoned the
iiILitirtiE1i1iP
Mary Elizabeth Moore, the schools without the payment Picayune, leading dally newspaper ,executive director of tile
youngest of five children of a of tuition ci the city and area, of Washington Urban League, who
Birmingham widow now living "Why should Mary be treated prejudice In news reporting had been convicted of Income
on social security, was placedin differently he asked. Some of them are saying thatIt tax evasion 1959.
the Port Washington home changed Its method of toy Sterling Tucker, then
of Richard and Margery Rosen. STATEMENT BY JACK dlstrubutlon in order to avoid executive director of the Urbu
racial integration. For this !the
This was done through the GREENBERG League in Canton, Ohio, was
Student Transfer Education Due to glaring Inadequacies: p : t M largest Christmas charity In the found guilty of falling to pay
Program (STEP), an affiliate, of southern education for Negro south held Its distribution In a $1,661 and given a one-year
of the Urban League children, an Increasing numberof central location, giving toys one suspended sentence. He was
The Rosens, argued attorneysof '' social agencies and private E EI day to Negro children and to placed on probation for five
the NAACP Legal Defense, Individuals of good will have whites on another day. years.
of the NAACP Legal been opening>> their homes to t Pressure was being brought for The fine was paid and Tuckerwas
Defense and Educational Fund, these disadvantaged youngsters elimination of thesegregateddls- discharged from probation
inc. (LDF), have an affidavit trlbution and the newspaperS In 1961.
from the girl's mother, Mrs.'t The American Friends changed its method distribution The pardon issued by
Maxine Moore. In this, they Service Committee has a be letting various churches and President Johnson frees Tucker -
pointed out, Mrs Moore, similar program as does the public Institutions get the toys from guilt in the tax evasion
"voluntarily rellqulshed full Board of National Missions of from them and distributing themto case.
parental care" and authorized the United Presbyterian whomever they might choose.' The President pardoned
the Rosens to "make all decisions Church. In this case, the Some have also accused the Tucker after receiving a petition
concerning her care, national group that placed the newspaper of publishing a very from three prominent
education, and maintenance." child Is the Urban League limited amount of Negro news Washington leaders, who testified -
Mr. Rosen, an architect and Nowadays, educational m and giving preference to news to Tucker's character.The
city planner 'educated at systems must experiment with affecting members of their own three were District Commission -
Carnegie Tech and Harvard new methods to cope with the staff and stressing projects in- John B. Duncan, the Reel
Is in charge of Community needs of disadvantaged victims 3 which staff members were per- E. Franklin Jacksoa,
Planning for Levitt and Sons, of segregated education. We sonally Interested or connected Democratic National Commit-
Inc, the largest builder of hope that the modest STEP with. teeman and former president,
'Private homes in the country. efforts will not be handicapped Also included In some of the Washington NAACP, and Dr.
Jack Greenberg, director* by imposition of Intolerable complaints was one to the effect R. Frank Jones, medical di-
counsel of the LDF, argued financial burdens. that only one Negro reporter i rector, Freedmans Hospital.
that the Board of Education of is being used and be'
Union Free School District No. on part time. No boycotts nor
4 (North Hempstead) "gave no Mark Roseman other forms of demonstrationshave Charge Police
reason for Its refusal to allow --- been mentioned.

School Mary to without attend Schreiber paying tuition High Named NAACP Dr, Stephen J. Wright right presidentof of community relations for Humble :who Many felt against that the the paper winners discriminated In Death Of

except for the fact thai t Youth DirectorNEW the United Negro College Fund acceptsa is serving his second year as a nationalvice of the most valuable players In
it Intends to treat Mary us It check for $150,000 made out to U.N.C.F. chairman of the College Fund cam- 'the recent basketball tournament Bartow Man
treats nonresidents! generally. YORK NAACP by the Esso Education Foundation from paign. Humble Oil is a contributor to of the Sugar Bowl, by run-
"Certainly," Mr. Greenberg Executive Roy Wilkins Robert 0. Goodykoontz, a vice presidentof the Esso Education Foundation, establishedin ning the pictures of players from
continued, "the Board allows announced the appointment oi Humble Oil & Refining Company. Lookingon 1955 by Standard Oil Company ( New losing of teams the most Instead valuable of the winners BARTOW was- held A Lakeland without
player policeman
other children cared for In Mark Roseman as Director of firm.
Division' at left is James S. Avery, coordinator Jersey) Humble's parent award and the runner-up, both bond In Polk County Jail last
family homes located In its the Youth and College
district to attend Its public of the Association during its -- of ,whom chanced to be Negro Tuesday, charged with the
annual meeting.The EDUCATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS shooting death Monday night

Schools Accused said, is appointment"In response, Mr.to Wllklni unani- ROUNDUPNORTH World News Digest Area YouthAccused of Patrolman another Lakeland Ernest C man.. Lee,who,

was off-duty when the shooting
mous recommendation and ServicemenCOLORADO Of Slaying
OVERRULED occurred was charged with then
of all
request youth delegates
tDe-Educating'Negro from all seven regions who TOO ANNAPOLISMdNPIYoung COPPER IMPASSEKlNSHASANPJTIIe Two ChildrenCHICAGO death of Robert Wilson, 22.
Association's seizure Wilson died after being struckIn
attended" the love overruled Maryland'sbanonnixed
Los NEW QRLEANS-NPI-A ruling 'of the Belgian-dominated Union SPRINGS: Colo- the head by a bullet froma
annual convention In asecondgen-
PupilsMarvin last by the Fifth U.s. Circuit marriages Miniere do Haul Katanga, a Staff Sergeant Benny L. Thomas (NPI)- A Westside 25-callber pistoL
Angeles eration Filliplnowaspremlttedto
year. Court of that southern youth is held without bondin
Appeals being
The occurred In the
large copper producing area, whose father,Willie M.Demons, shooting
"I might say, be added,"that marry his white sweetheartafterall.
school districts must follow federal the murder of two children
of has brought about an International resides at 2354 Brooklyn Road, Negro section of the city:
their recommendation based Manual R. Lopez
Ensign
Davies, NAACP state! desegregation guidelines John Castey, 20, was accused Lee brought to county
impasse The Belgian Jacksonville, Ha., has been decorated was
upon what they consider (to be West HyattsvlUe,Md.,andSally
director threatened to file affect norther of Carmen
Field to slaying Sand
was expected firm has threatened legal t.tion) with the U.S. Air Force Pinkey, Jail here after be surrenderedto
his Kans.
complete identification with Smbalying of Wichita, ,
suit against the state tochallenge school Integration problemsalso against anyone purchasing Commendation Medal at Ent her brother, Marcus, 3. The Lakeland police and cave
school attendance. their alms, objectives and to Health Educa- were refused marrlacellcenst bodies of the children
compulsory According tangese copper and other ores AFB, Colo.Sergeant were officers a ZS-caliber pistol.
"It the state Is to force a goals. He Is with them and they tion and Welfare, spokesmen becuase Loper.'latherCornel1o from It has found under a basement stair-
N(gro child to attend a public are with him." the decision "has implication Lopez, a Washington lawyer Is the Congo. already Thomas was awarded case. Police said the children e Tar, m >; IT i UK MM"urpinp
instituted a boycott against buy the medal for meritorious
school, It should be concerned Mr. Roseman came to the for desegregation Northerner a Filipino. The prospective ser- had been beaten'and. stabtaJU the |lu.M-njjrr to move to the
log any of the orelltseU. How- vice as anadmlnistratlvesuper-
enough to allow him to get a National Office of the NAACPat well as Southern schools The bridegroom appealed to the Is Their mother, Mrs Sarah rear, l but "a. hllnp'littl" JUt'>
ever the Congo government visor with Seventh Air
Force
decent education," he said. "If the end of 1963 as a volunteer court ruled that all grades, Including state attorney general's office markets outside NATO ,Plnkney, said she last saw the f'l'fI,. Finally in declaration, he j
seeking headquarters at Tan Son Nhut A
I not, the effect is to force a worker. Since then he has kindergarten, must desegregate and to senior Circuit Judge Ral- which ,children talking to Castey In ,chi.uteil.Mi' // ";' the lack-
Child to get, a n Inferior education served; In ,various staff, .", and to senior Circuit Judge:':l countries, upon ''Belgium:1cbU. ,B, Vietnam.- wa bPwayuot.Mr.homev 1 jutl .,life;. yradafa churr I
may depend to respect the boY He wit kltedtor hlsoutstandlng I (
"Uricon-1 positions Including that.of\at Ralph W. Pow'en'who agreed ,, ,
which lI thin is ; t : i" > :i.''' < Ar'h
sUtutional." ,youth field director from May, SUIT LOST that the mlzed-marriage ban professional sUU and Initiative.f h
Davies said the NAACP may 1964 until April, 1965. At that did not apply to secon generation -
try to get an Injunction to close time he was appointed Assis' NEW YORK- all pred.unlnantly Negro schools tant Youth Director. GalamlsonandlOotbermem- race" -
shown by student achievementtests He Is a native of Brooklyn, ben of "people's school bo'
to be Inferior. Proof that New York, graduating from ard" lost a suit to prevent the FIRST SKIRMISH
Florida schools are"de-educa Brooklyn Colllege with I board of education from acting
ting Negro children," Envies ..Bachelor of Arts degree, on the $llblilionexpensebudget RICHMOND, Va.-(NPO-Gov.
said, is shown by the fact that majoring In psychology 'and It has proposed to Mayor John Mills E. Godwin, Jr., won the iNARKEts
the loagerthey attend sChoolthe Llndsey. Justice Saul S. Streit first skirmish In his battle against u P E R
further they fall behind of the state supreme court ruled the Ku K.ux Klan as five
the academic program of white that the board had' rq>>erly ad- persons, Including: state penitentiary

students" FIGHT CANCER opted"year.CATCHUP the. suggestedbudgetfornext In Richmond guard and Henrlco were arrested county THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE.

on charges of burning crosses
Illegally on public property.>> The FRESH PORKROAST
governor had posted a$1,000 reward
Royal Art StudioSTILL GRENADAMlss.NPINegro leading to information or
children whodesegregatedfroro- the arrest of cross-burners,
erly white schools are being alter corsses were Ignited near 35FLA.
helped to catch up In schoolwork his home. LB. I
TAKING by volunteer tutors from the UnIversity -
of California, Los Angeles RUINEDST.
and Georgetown University
Washington, D. C., The 14 PETERSBURGFla.-)
INSTANTPICTURES unpaid tutors live In the homesof A mural showing Negro musicians GRADE "A" STEWING
the students they help and performing for whites was 1
participate almost dally demonstrations almost totally ruined as a group
In the downtwonsec of youths believed to be identified :

tor. Coordinating with the Stuxent Committee Nonviolent rippedit HENS LB. 19tPILLSBURY

CAVE IN down at city hall, dragged it .
Into the street, and trampled It.
1 WASHINGTON-NPI( office -, Authorities said about third of
of EconomicOpportunityhas the paint had been cracked offthe .
i given! Into school officials'demands canvas and the painting badly

that they have more of a crumpled. Six youths were arrested 11 LIMIT| | ONE WITH| I5-00; Faa} ORDER JI
and for SNCC
New Location say In operating>> Head Start pro- escaped. F L 0 R
grams The superintendents t _. has denounced the palntingpor- 5-LB-BAG *ljr
who administer about three- raying( Negroes as happy-go-
fourths of the nation's Head lucky and servile.

21st & ,Myrtle Ave. Start Itens programs-chargedthatcit- PRIVACY DETERGENTS
advisory groups had too '
much power to hire and fire per f WITH FOOD ORDERGIANT M
.P V% LIMIT ONE $5.00
354.1894 ILL
SAME PHONE sonnel. The new ruling says, in SPRINGFIELD, .-(NPIA )
effect, that the citizens' group bill to outlawpicketing SIZE
.may not veto a school board's vate homes has been introducedIn ffiffiU.S.
decision the state Senate, apparently I'
You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get ATTACK aimed at civil right demonstrations "r
at the home of Chic- y
NEW YORK-(NPI-Clvllrlghts ago's Mayor Richard J. Daley., GOOD CHUCK ROAST LB.! 49*
LOW PRICESDRUG lawyers have launched an all-' But, as it referred to resident,
out attack on segregation in ial picketing, it possibly also
Southern communities that might affect housing demonst- SLICED BREAKFAST BACON I.LB. CELLO m. 55*
STORE NEEDS haven't budge from being under rations such at those conducted
court orders to Intergrate for as in all-white residential areas
long u 12 years Most of the 17 J' last summer by the Chlcage
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store school desegregation suit woo Freedom Movement. FLA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM EGGS DOZEN IN CARTON 49*
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL by the NAACP Legal Defenseand
Papers. We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions Educational Fund will be ran CONTRASTWASHINGTONN "
opened Attempts will be madeto FRESH POLE BEANS : : 19
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have school systems comply >-F e d-, ,
with federal desegregation eral officials have expressed .
Dixie Pharmacy guidelines, which usually require satisfation with the pace of de' '

more Integration than segregation Maryland's men FRESH COLLARD GREENS "' BUNCH '15*
court orders. tal hospitals while rejecting > .
1302 KillS Rust At Myrtle AtemP.oies ASSAULT Virginia's "freedom choice" ,

MONrCOMERr-Npr. pushed admission forward policy.with As a Maryland plan to asslgn -, HANDEE-PAK FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 2.1I..IAG ; 25*

EUii 5559798 eral Negro pupils attending- patients to the hospital ,,.
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t .
white schools In Wilcox county 'nearest their home, Virginia
have been withdrawn from 'faced loss of more than $400- 39*
JAR
PAY YOJIR LIGHT, WATER classes alter being attacked by 000 a Tear In federal funds, PURE LARD
white students "They won't be. after Health, Education a.d.
AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT! OUR STORE going back until the Justice department Welfare officials found the
,investigates and the state's Mental hospital policy' : ROYAL RICE 3.1$. PXG., 35*
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Ford Motor Company Accepts Two Appointed To Marketing Posts Honorary Degree
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Challenge For 1967Alec Conferred On


Ulmann, President of the racing season, since Ford*
Automobile Racing Club of Fla., accomplished Its goal last year Whitney Young ALBANY STATE COLLEGE -
Promoter at the Florida International with victories at Sebring and
Grand Prix of Le Mans, many people thought Albany, Ga.-''You are our natural resource \'blclln must
Endurance for the Alitalia Airlines there would be no Ford effort WILBERFORCE; o< -Whitney have In this day of advanced knowledge to guide and direct this
Tropny at Sebrlni! ', Fla., in 1967. But we at Ford feel M. Young, Jr., executive director rapidly growing industrial nation"These were the words of Dr.
announced that Ted Webbe, the strongly about competition. We National Urban ,Le cue, S. Walter Martin, who delivered the annual Winter Convocation
well-known National Sports like the challenge and we've received an honorary degree address at Albany State College
Commentator for the NBC been handed one In 1967 by tf from Wllberforce University at "You mud do a better Job than the present generation," the
"Monitor" program, has been Ferrari who are out to regain 1 the winter convocation, Jan. president of Valdosta State College challengingly told an overflow
appointed as Press Officer in the laurels we took from themIn 19.Mr. audience here In Sanford Hall. "Duty and destiny can for
place of the late Fred Kings- 1966. We accept Ferrari's Young who recently returned aotb1ncless.
bury challenge. The Ford Mark II from tour of Viet Nam, Dr. Martin, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Furmaa University -
For the sixteenth year the which is powered by a production will hold a press conference and told Albany State students that their talents and their
Florida 12 Hour International 427 cubic Inch V. F. speak on the"Challenge of Civil dreams become a necessary ingredient In the national life
Grand Prix of Endurance will engine, again will comprise the Rights to tIe> Student. "The older generation cannot assume the role you are about to
be conducted or the famous bulk of Ford's effort. This Is Head of the Urns League since undertake Be thankful for the opportunity that Is yours for the
Sebrlng S.2 mile road racing the car which finished 1-2-3 at 1961, he was formerly dean of chance of going to college and make every day and every opportunity
circuit on April 1 starting at Le Mans giving the UnltedStates sy a Atlanta University School of Social count for something worthwhile. Not everyone basal.
11 a.m. and finishing at 11 p.m. its most Important international t Work. In 1300-61 he was a ways had the opportunity that you have today."

Although a change of venue victory. The car has been extensively ryLeroy visiting scholar atllarvard Un
for the 1967 race had been revamped for the 1967 .. ., iversity. He was awarded the HAMPTON INSTITUTE-'
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considered, the plan has been season Roll bars and an Hitstandlng alumni award from
abandoned In favor of continuing Internal fire extinguisher have Almon, left, and Mickey Bates, right, have been named to new posts In the Coca. the University of Minnesota HAMPTON INSTITUTE, VA., Jan ,1967 Bertram Berenson.
the event at Sebrlng. been added for safety,but weight Cola business. Almon, formerly a salesman for the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Ohio, received an honorary doctor of director of the division of architecture at Hampton Institute, will
The Sebrlng competition which has been reduced In other areas Columbus, Ohio, has been apponted Special Markets manager. Bates, formerly a salesman laws degree from Creighton University leave the campus later this month to spend several weeks at the
shares world prestige with the so that the vehicle Is somewhat In the Fountain Sales Department of The Coca-Cola Company, has been named account Architectural Association School and theBartlettScboolofArch-:
endurance classics at Le Mans, lighter than a year ago. The executive In the Company's Central Region, with headquarters In Chicago. Dr. RembertE. Stokes,Wilber. itecture! of the University of London, both In London, England
France; Nurburgrlng, Germany engines have been further tuned In a recent market planning session in the Company's Atlanta headquarters, Almon and force president, will preside. Mr. Berenson will prepare and present a series seminars
; and Targa florio, to produce In excess of 500 Bates confer with Kelvin A. Wall, Market Development manager, second from left, and Bishop>> William R. Wilkes, of on architecture to the staffs and students of the two Institutions
Sclcllly: will again attract the horse power." Charles W. Adams, senior vice president of the Coca-Cola Company. Cleveland, chairman Wilber- The Educational Facilities Laboratories of the Ford Foundation
finest sports racing cars of In addition to the Mark II force board of trustees, will has also awarded Mr. Berenson a research grant to study
Europe and America seeking program, Mr. Frey revealed "The Introduce Dr. Francis A.Ko- schools for the deaf In England, Holland and Denmark. This '
International championship that Ford's "J" car Is Royal Palaces" Televised IMCA negay, Detroit Urban League work will be conducted following the close of the London sem

points toward the FIA Champ- undergoing intensive testing. ._- ._ -_. -,-- --- GrandChampionship executive, who will present Mr. bars
ionship of Makes and the International This unique sports prototype Young The 50-volce university t
Trophies for Grand Is equipped with a two-speed choir, directed by Robert Alexander
Touring, Sports and Sports automatic transmission and will sing. The public is ------- JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY

Prototype cars as well as the though as yet not race proven Auto Races invited
coveted Manufacturers Challenge It did achieve the fastest lap The author of "To Be Equal," William Morgan, noted Atlantic Beach architect will speak on
Mondial de Vitesse et times during the 1966 Le Mans Mr. Young's weekly column,under "Earth Forms In Architecture" at Jacksonville University
Endurance (Speed and Endurance trials. TAMPA, Fla.-five days, of the same title, appears in Thursday, Jan. 19.
World Challenge). IMCA Grand Championship auto newspapers through out the Morgan's presentation Is the third In a series of public art

Mr, Ulmann confirmed that ( Green Thumb ) races, now officially recognized country lectures being sponsored by the University. The program will
Ford Motor Company, manufacturer Tips 'r. ttJj as the WINTER NATIONAL Mr. Young was a member of the be given In the Recital Hall of the Phillips Music and Fine Arts
of the wlnninr car at HJ SPRINTS will unveil the19C7 president's Committees on Building at B:30 p.m.A .
last year's Sebrlng race,openly j Youth Employment and on Equal native of Jacksonville Fla. received his bachelor of
the Tie sad but true that most seas'MI of speed under sanction of Morgan
accepts Ferrari challenge Hardeners crowd their plants unmercifully the International Motor Contest Opportunity In the Armed arts degree In architectural sciences from Harvard in 1952,
for 1967 and said they will Whether they are vegetable a Association, at the Florida State Forces; the Commission on graduating magna cum laude. Following Naval service in the
challenge them at Sebrlng. or flowers, plants need tL Fair here In February. Technology Automation and pacific Far East during the Korean War, he received his
Donald N. Frey Ford MotorCompany's room If they are to
they should and develop as 'The annual winter speed classic, Economic Progress; and the master's degree in architecture from the Harvard Graduate
vice produce their
president and best which will be clebratlng its 47tb special presidential task forceon School of Design in 1958.

Ford Division General For Instance, tomato plant that rM anniversary Is the oldest winter Urban Affairs He continuesas Thursday's lecture Is open to the public, and there will be no
Manager, speaking at the recent arc trained to stakes will produce auto racing event in the nation and a presidential appointee on admission charge.
Automobile Competitions Committee more fruits and larger ones If the Commission onLawEnforce-
the oldest racing event of any kind
reception in New spared 2',', feet .
York apart Closer spac.Inll I in the state of Florida.Dog racing ment and Administration of Justice -
City said the next means one that and each competes plant with shades It has been held In Florida for 42 He is a member of the National _--- ALBANY STATE COLLEGE_______
"It's
a fitting time to speak
for and Advisory Council of the
of nourishment no down sues years legalized horse racingwas
the upcoming endurance fruit production started 41 years ago. This UjS. Office of EconomicOpport- SLUG-ALBANY STATE BIOLOGIST APPOINTED
makes the Winter National unity; the Advisory Council on Albany,Ga.-Dr. William E. Johnson, chairman of the division
Sprints the Granddaddyof them Vocational Education, U.S. Office of science and mathematics at Albany State College, has been
of Education, and alternateto appointed to serve on the National Science Foundation's advisory
all.Race dates have been set for the Hth session of the General panel.
i Wednesday, Feb 8'Saturday/e. Conference of UNESCO.Mr. His appointment io the panel was announced by C. Russell Phillips
11; Sunday, Fbb. ; Wednesday, Young is president of the head of the Teacher Education section for the National
Feb. 15 andSiturday, Feb. 18,according National Conference on Social Science Foundation.
to Secretary M, E, Twe- Welfare and a trustee of the Eleanor A graduate of Tilloston College, Johnson will serve on a panel
dell, who signed with Al Sweeney, Roosevelt Memorial evaluating and reviewing proposals submitted in the program of
president of National Speedways Foundation and the JoIu1F.Ken. Li-Service Institutes for secondary teachers for the 1967-61.

Cameras were allowed to film Inside Great Britain's royal of Florida, Inc., to supervise- the nedy Memorial Library He Is A member of the faculty at Albany State since 1960, Johnson
palaces for the first time Cor the color special, "The Royal S-day speed meet. Races will on the advisory council of the received the M.S. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of
Palaces," to be presented on the NBC Television Network, start at 2:30: pm daily New YorkSchcolofSoclalWork, Oklahoma where he studied on a National Medical Pre-Doc-
"Sundays Jan. 294 The program 'shows how one of the world's Prize money has been Increased<,'Columbia University,and cahlr- tonal fe owshlp.!
greatest$( Art collections has been built up over the cental les to 117,100.00 and; double chartpions'iip -"man of the Council for United. .: .v .: 1
by reigning sovereigns. The program which will be narrated points toward the 1967 Civil Right Leadership -VIRGlNlA STATE COLLEGE _.
by noted art authority Sir Kenneth Clark, journeys through the. national sprint' car crown will be Wllberforce. the only privately

Buckingham Place (top); St. James's Palace (middle left); awarded. A number of additional -.supported'Negro college In Virginia State College will conduct a Summer Institute
Hampton Court (middle right) and Windsor Castle (bottom). prizes have been put up by local the North and the oldest InAm- secondary teachers of general science for
II I I and national sponsors.The erica, is sponsored by the African supported by the Nat
Methodist ional Science Foundation during the summer of 1967. The
trophies for all events have Episcopal
Keep freedom in your future with been donated by the Pepsi-Cola Church Committed to serving August Institute Is 'scheduled to begin on June 19 and terminate on

Bottling Company and a special Negro youth denied educational The nlDt 11.19SJ.
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS race wlUbe named In their honor opportunity, Wllberforce students $96,590 will provide approximately sixty-five
stipends of
$600
each for high school teachers of general
each day. Over 15,003 and merchandise come from 33 states and
science. Stipend holders receive
17 foreign countries. may dependency allowances
has
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Magazine Names Frank Robinson I Hunting Analysis Grumbling Band Signed Scholarship Eastern Contender


I "Man Of The Year" For 1966NEW Covering 1965-66 In HalftimeAt Enters State Fair

YORK-rank Robinson has been named SPORT Maga- Races At TampaTAMPA

tine's "Man of the Year" for 1966 In Its 20th annual "Top Perlormer" Fishing License Super Bowl ., Fla. -Galloping Cus
selections appearing In the current Issue of the map-
line' TALLAHASSEE Florida LInder, the Pittsburgh modified
played host to a total of 555, LOS ANGELES.NPITwo champion, who staged the most
The Baltimore Oriole super of the San Francisco Warriors, 170 licensed fishermen and musical aggregation that have I spectacular driving exhibition
'star, who was ulo named named SPORTS "Rookie of the 209,137 licensed hunters during earned the greatest admiration during the '66 sprint car races
SPORTS "Top Performer in Year." Gale Sayers capturedthe the 1965-66 season according possible complemented halftime t 4 will be a sentimental favorite
Baseball," had his finest season honor last season. to an analysis of hunting and visual and audio Impulse to capture t the Winter National
after being traded away by the SPORT also named the other fishing license sales Just released of spectators for the Super Sprints championship,to be held
Cincinnati Reds in one of the winners of its 20th annual"Top by the Game and FreshWater Bowl game, Jan 13 In the Coliseum in conjunction with the Florida
most controversial deals In Performer" awards covering Fish Commission.W. State Fair here, Feb. 8-11-12-
baseball history. Robinson was participants ineverymajorsport. B. Cq>eland, Commission Selected were themany-splend- 15-18.
sent to. Baltimore for pitchers Bart Starr of the Green Chairman said that the analysis ored 120-piece Grabbling College Under will drive a Ford-
Hilt Pappas and Jack Balds- Bay Packers was named "Top covered the period beginning Tiger band, and the tamed powered racer No. 69 that
than, and rookie outfielder Dick Performer In Pro Football," July 1, 1965 and ending June 176-plece University of Arlsoea carried him to 30 feature wins
Simpson. and Steve Spurrier of the University 30, 1966, and included both marching band, indisputably .. for sportsman-owner Mlcheal
Say the.editors of SPORT In of Florida received the resident and non-resident ranking unit in the nigh. cactus- Banns during the past year
explanation of their choice of "Top Performer in College hunting and fishing license country. j, and to a record 46 feature
Robinson as "Man of the Year" Football" award. sales. The report Indicated an The commanding presence of victories in '64, according to
and "Top Performer In Base In basketball Bill Russell of Increase of 16,938 fishermen the Crambllng band marked its the information filed at speed
ball": the Boston Cities received the and 2,261 hunters over the put second appearance on nationwide headquarters with general
Frank Robinson did it all. He "Pro" citation and CaitleRus- year. television this season. manager M. E. Twedell.
led the league in batting: 116; sell of Michigan was his "Col- During the period a total of Earlier the band performedin I In case of mechanical trouble
be led the league in home runs: lege" counterpart. Hlgh-scor- 412,637 residents and 142,533 the Cotton Bowl for the Dal- I, Under will have a team car
49; h. led the league in runs- log Bobby Hull of the Chicago non-residents purchased las-Washington! game I ICrambllng r.a liIaThomu"Tunk'--". .- No. 169 recently completed by
ba':''d-ln: 125. He became the Black Hawks won "Top Performer licenses to fish in Florida's has gained wide- Wallace, three-letter man in football basketball and track at New Stanton Floyd Trevis. It will be driven
first man in the majors to win in Hockey" honors fresh waters. Of the nonresident spread renown for Itsprecam'aDd High School Jacksonville, has been given an athletic scholarship to Florida AIM University here by a newcomer from the
the triple crown since 1956.He The "Top Performer in Box- license holders 21,379 halftime shows which area Striding, left to right!, are: Hansel Tookes, FAMU representative and Monsolee Davis, Assistant Pennsylvania area by the name
became the first man ever to ing" was heavyweight champion obtained> an annual fishing license breath taking panorama of rhythmic principal of Darnell Cookman Junior Hlfh School, Jacksonville and president of the J. of Steve linger, and owner
win the Most Valuable Player Cassuls Clay and Don Scholl- 29,626 purchased the sound, prancing musicians R. E. Lee Jr. Alumni Chapter in Tallahassee Sitting are: Mrs. Evelyn Wallace, Thomas' mother Mlcheal Banal will select the ,
award in both leagues. I ander of Yale captured "Top 14-day license and 91,528 and a fantasy of form and Thomae faster of the two ears for LInder '
"And be continued his onslaught Performer in Swimming and. purchased the special five-day color. after trial runs on the Plant
in the World Series," Diving" homors. non-resident license. Directed by Conrad Hutchinson S. C Bulldogs Nip Field half-mller. "You can tell
add the SPORT editors,"starting Jr., the celebrated group tax 60ttfrtmf the fans we are coming*
the rout of the Dodgers with shuffles through fast cadences Fort Valley 8581The "-1 Y down to race and will ask orgive
a Ilrst-pmel1rst-1nnlncbome Annual AFL AII-Star Game of 220 steps per minute. Most hMdeY no quarters" said' the
run, and ending It in the fourth bands use a cadence which varIes Fort Valley State College r0 CIS genial Pittsburgh sportsman as
game with the home run that from 130 to 145 beats. eon ecewatutox.r aabry "Wildcats" never looked bet-' he long distanced for information -
gave the Orjoles a 1-0 victory To Be Televised Jan. 21 Hutchinson explains that the OmtliirltTMtklr ter In defeat as they yielded to Q on racing conditions.
and a sweep of the Series. 220 beats give Crambllng the TroublfShootlnn( the "Bulldogs" of South Caro- .4..4By
The sixth annual presentation of the American Football Lea ; The Pennsylvanian will be out
"Is it any wonder then that necessary tool to move quickly roach line State 85-81. The "Wild
SPORT should honor Frank gue All-Star Game will be televised color over the NBC Tel- through it s routines. naughty A fishing child plug when Is It misbehave like I. cats" were at one time II muchas Whitman to meet the challenges of Jerry
evision Network on Saturday, Jan. 21, beginning at 4 p.m. NYT, also short Miry Richert of Forrest Lake,Minn.,
Roblnsonas Us'Man of the Year' Cramhllng employs ,. Both should be cor 18 points behind butfoughtback
for 1966?' ask the editors. from the new Oakland-Alameda County Stadium, in Oakland, choppy steps for increased animation. reeledFrw. with about 5,04 left in the game OlIHHlollHll the liOHpltHlHIM N lllll. has t to seeking his fourth IMCA sprintcar
Another special award cover- Calif. Burnett of Buffalo, and Malt flKhrrmrn rrccignlir. to within points of the SCfive stay til'* miniHii). vrsyC In bring title, Jim Moughan of
ing the entire world of sports The event wlllplt a team of 34 Shell and Emerson Boozer of "Our success is based on the rrrant way* of crrlaln lul't'll.clllim The "Wildcats" were playing him ihcrrToilitr Springfield, Ill, in the Honore
the fishing uthnrlllrn Ml Black Buts Barton of
goes foJilgh-scoring! Rick Barry all-star players from the East- New York. The West backfield fast cadence,a symphonic sound Mercury outboard, and M a catchup ball all night, as the hot many hoHplulH IHOK Deuce;
: ern Division against a squad of drum hands nil that. a child l mljiixu mole Tampa, in another Ford-
will feature Curtis McClinton of and a tremendous sec rr IIult. they fall In urnnr the from S. C. Jumped off to a
a the best 34 players from the Kansas City, Clem Daniels and tion," Hutchinson said. delicate balanc hrlwrrn cffrttlvr quick 7-0 advantage in 108: off easily to hospital routine with If a1'"I..nll'lIn powered sprinter; Johnny
Western clubs. Reporting the Hewritt Dixon of Oakland. The Tiger marching band has lure. Mellon and Ihal the 'trst period. The tremendous hind 1I'PIIIIIDm., him In lime familiar Auxter of LIndsey, Ohio; Bruce.
him eitKHK
FAMU BoysIn action for NBC-TV will be Curt The receivers on the Western achieved star billing with athletic which HWITIM In flash "hf vtarr!" outside shooting of Walter aIls Itlell. Walkup of Downey, California
Gowdy while his broadcasting team will Include such stars U teams at the North Louisiana Plugs gn astray take for numerous Johnson and Eddie Dudley soon The right iiMHtlnw' i'14n M-HH- In the Nesler Chevy driven here
partner Paul Christmas will Otis Taylor of Kansas City, college, and is an inseprablea- reasons when" cast They against rocky i beating shores put the "Wildcats" back In con- ,nine unit refresh a ilillil A last year by Larry Dickson;Ray
Training provide the color commentary Lance Alworth of San Diego, spect of the clash dash and or snagged on underwater obstacles tention but the fast breaks and youngster, like un illMTKlnn adult,\ oflnpiefHH In Lee Goodwin of Kansas City in
The East will be looking for its Art Powell of Oakland and Fred color of all athletic events. and they also suffer fancy ball-handling S.C.Bob small talk.M 01 nlmi'1 i'on ice, H ilfxtnr* the Hoback Spl.; Charlie
first win in this all-star series. Each week the band damage when carelessly banged Lewis Masters of Waddy, Ky., in the
too
Arbanas of Kansas City. The presents a by was much for the"Wildcats" "111',1 IK law HO that |>lay "on'tb
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Except for last year, when the Eastern all-stars Include such routine strikingly different in around In tacklb boxes.. tlrliiK rapid Johnson Special; Bill
Four Florida AiM University formula of the game was pass receivers as CinoCappellettl theme and wholesomely variedin In Unfortunately action between I difference healthy The "Wildcats" next home (;lllldmiH IHfll KHHIPK Klllh KXAnlliniR Puterbaugh of Roxanna, Ill,
students\ have been revolving In- changed, the West teams have of Boston,Charles Frailer repetoire. plug or a crippled one may go game will be with Albama State ran be plmtmint hour Tl'k-q llimrxiritx in the Comer Buick and a host
service training as engineering won every game The vent last of Houston,George Sauer of New Indeed, students at Crambllng unnoticed by the average angler Montgomery, AlbanaJan. tN"k.to.. for('Mil slotting he' played| ) on nwKUKlHtx of others.TNm .
aides in the Student Cooperative January featured the then AFL York and Paul Costa of Buffalo. proclaim that the band is harder even when It dne n't 21. They play LeMoyne College CllttllllC not |paper|, milmalx
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Training Program at Cape John Champion Buffalo Bills againsta Some of the outstanding defensive to make than the football team. catth fish Memphis, Tenn., January 23. and I standing, them up' tx rmtful
F. Kennedy\ Space Center Fla. team of all-stars from the players for the East willbe Band members point with prideto
and the Red Stone Arsenal Missile seven other clubs.The all-stars Larry Eisenhauer and Houston a number of major events in
Baze at Huntsvllle Ala. led by rookie quarterback Joe Antwine of Boston Jim Duna- which they have performed. (;: William E. Packer of Panama Namath took theBllls 30to 19. way of Buffalo andVerlon Biggsof Included are the 1964 American : .. ......,., \.: "
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City and David H. Jackson of The 1966 AFL Champion Kansan New York. The West will field Football League championship '''. t..>, .; I.
Noma were assigned to the Cape City Chiefs and the Oakland defensive stalwarts as Jerry game In San Diego,national tel O:. N
Kennedy Space Center. Fred Raiders will field the most Mays and Buck Buchanan of evision appearances in the Cot- lHRv55
Townsend of Pemberton N.J players, 12 each Among the o- Kansas City, Isaac LasslterandTom ton Bowl for the Dallas Cowboy "
and Frank Coleman of Deland therWestern stars,six are from Keating of Oakland Games In 1965 and 1966,Louisi- V S'
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were in training at the Redstone San Diego and three from Denver ana State Fair,Shreveport, Sugar ry ,
Arsenal Missile Base. For the East, the Boston Cup-Classic; New Orleans; \ .
'Sf ;
Patriots will be represented by HAIA atis stiis'Place and the Pecan Bowl, Abilene, \\ ./.)
11 players, the Buffalo Bills by Teu,. tt1r. '
Wa.tc.hThis
nine, while six players were The- rambling band has been QUANTITY PRICES GOOD
Clown chosen from the New York Jets ASC In invited to perform In Montreal, t'I I RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY
and three each from Houston and Canada for the 1967 universal aU1 :

12 38 51 Miami. Three Categories exposition. '
The Est will be coached by A unique approach Is employedby \ MORE AIDUR.B FOOD STOIE"-
27. 46 94 Mike Holovak of the Boston Patriots the band for each field show. \. "YOUR DOLLAR BUYS ,
8 The head coach for the MONTGOMERY, Ala. -Final. Hutchinson and his assistant r3 \\ 'i
2 West will be John Rauch of the statistics for the 1966-67 football -,, William Wiley, have split the \SS. ,.. ((d tf U YOUR HOMETOWN GROCER"if
5 Oakland RaIders.Quarlerbacks season released by the band into eight squads for 3 i\ ) .. .,...; 'W if
9 Len Dawson of National Association of Intercollegiate inarching drills with a student \\ r .. '''
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1 Kansas City and Tom Flores of Athletics list the sergeant in charge of each \ \ :
6' Oakland will guide Western Alabama State College Hornetsin squad The sergeant whips his e'0 \t \ tl CSOLUDWARTEFR CL ,

.....31 63 -, 91 All-Stars. Jack Kemp of Buffalo three categories group into shape for per 39
and Babe Parllll of Boston '
Gene Blanchard, senior formances. \\\ 'i' 61. SIZE
61 35 i 56 will quarterback the East squad.In tailback from Grosse Tette, It is not unusual to see squads ,\\ \

the backfield for the East La., and leading rusher for working at 5 a.m. "We rehearse .l / 'i\ LIMIT ONE PLEASE W/OTHER FOOD
Sometimes He's Up;Sometimes will be such outstanding runnersas the Golden Hornets, placed 28th them over, forward, backward, : ft. ,
He's Down, He adds, subtracts AFL mostvaluableplayerJim in individual rushing for his with eyes opened and closed,until : I "" '\ PURCHASES$ OF $5.00 OR MORE. '' .:.:
lie works it all around Nance of Boston, Bobby season's efforts of 943 yardson we have mastered every detail 9j't } .
157 carries for a 6.0 ," Hutchinson pointed out. J Ij'; '" /0 :
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15 161 53 average The roper i mixture of 240 .. :
Sportscasting Tip The ASC eleven was 23rd in marching feet, acrobatic gyrations ,. .',
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COMING AT FRACTIONS the nation in rushing offense and a skyful of hot music ." \
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ChristmanPaul based on a total rushing by the Crambllng aggregation
14..24 41MAN'S Of Paul yardage of 2341 yards for a can Instantly change the tem JEWEL 3 Lis. 59C j; 4:) \:<
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226.3 average in 459 rushes. perature in any stadium.Gowdy .
In total offense Alabama State
Christmas was recently ,
DAYSNUMBERED asked to account for his ap-' ranked 12th ahead of such NESCAFE INSTANT fANCY TENDER
FeelsHe's LIMIT ONE PLEASE WIOTHER/
peal to pro ootballfans. He had powerhouses as Doane (Neb.),
been praised, he was told, because California Lutheran, Gramb- FOOD PURCHASE Of $5.00 DR MORE POLE BEANS
"Man's Days are Numlared/' he doesn't get too technical line, Adams State(Col.),Northwestern COFFEE
Louisiana State and Lucky
and ,
Health and Fortune Can i> doesn'houndWtebe's ,
delivering alecture on thermodynamics Northern State (S. DJ) on the 19C
Yours Wien:, You Know Your'. CARNATION EVAPORATED
strength of a total gain of 3792
Lucky Days "When I first started the late yards In 649 plays Tells WhyCurt Till 10 OZ.S.1 09 __.LI.
Lucky Colors:etc. Bert Bell, then National Foot Whitney L. Van Cleve is coach MILK 6 $1 1 00 f'
Send 12.00, for your ball League. Commissioner of the Alabama State Hornets CANS MORTON
HOMSC/I, ; Quite for gave me-and every other which posted an J-2 record '. Gowdy, who broadcasted --
JANUARY sportscaster who'd listen-that and retained the Section "B" NBC-TV color coverage of the YUBA fARMS CHERI.IElI FRUIT PIES .
in the SI AC: Super Bowl with partner Paul
Fill tn the blank below and mail! idea, Christman replied. "He championship strong
to ZODIAC, Post Office Box urged that we always'talk to the conference Assisting Coach Cbrlstman Sunday, Jan 15(3:30p.m. ( A EACH
Van Cleve are Henry HolbertJr. NYT), considers himself CREAM 8ge LuEiP
1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla. ladles.! They know the littlest ICE I
about the game, he'd say,so put ., Willie J. Parker, Freddie lucky He learned his business, GAL CO CUSTARD
NAME: your story in words they can.un? Wyckoff Jr., and Robert Walker he says during a period when a
STRE1 T'" derstand-end a lot of the men as student coach. The veteranC. sportscaster was brought along
DA Ti rOF BIRtH --- listeners win benefit from the Johnson Dunn is'ABC ath- ,like a minor league baseball 0.5 N0 1 20 OI 29C
MOo Day same explanation." letic director. player
j\' .,t In his early days as an announcer POTATO 10 LBS 3ge
r' Gowdy said Ills hero MCI.E8$1E.-$

was the. late Ted Hosing"Hus- GREEN PEAS
said Curt
ilng "was just as
magnificent calling a race, a fRESH SEMI.BONELESS
tennis match and a track and CU1 CORF! !
field event as be wa* handling
Notre Dame football game." PORK ROAST 49C MIXEDFRESH I
He recalled the first time be .u.
metfiuslng: 'at was back in'46. VEGETABLES
I was doing basket ball at Mad-
slon Square Garden and had asked PORK SWIFT PREMIUM

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:4v SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN

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Some children are born right
banded; some achieve right
handedness and some hart
a right-handed thrust upon them. '

Why some ire left-handed is r t 1 rq
not known, but fortunately
parents today are less deter- i
mined to change them than they
were 50 or 60 years ago
Also for reasons that are
not too clear, left-haodedness
was associated with the bar
sinister which in heraldry was
used to designate illegitimatebirth.
1 This unwarranted association -
y 1 r'n a r.h 7 led parents to punish
children for preferring to use
their left band [ i
$ h : We now know that handedness
alI j -whether right of lenan
t ; inherent characteristic like the

color of one's hair which In- PRAISEDThe 8th grade students of Brownsville Junior High
cidently, is also subjectto School who were cited for improvement of conduct are seen here.

I is deemed change when desirable.such a change in recognition of their good behavior the Miami Star I% this

: To change a child's natural picture of the class. In the first row, from left are : Ellen

p ,, T'a preference for the left band Jones, Debra Russell I Marin Rozier, Margret Landraw, Andera Ward,
by persistent force has been Mrs. Vernon Lindsey, Shirley Brown and Lillian Johnson. In the

thought by some to cause second row are : Lucious Bryant, Harry Akans, Gregory Butler, James

a: } ing stuttering to read, ,slowness and assorted in learn-emo- Stone, Linda Lewis Linda Sope George Wash i n g t o n ,

tional disturbances. Further Micheal Cooney and Lonza Johnson. Seen in the third row are :

r study of this problem indicates Earl Colden James Cooper, Bobby Jackson Steven Rolle Clarence
: : that these undesirable resultsare Quinn and George Bailey.

due left-handedness not to altering but thechild's to (Photo By Johnson of Miami )

harsh methods of accomplishingthis

-- '....exeunt- -..._ .IIIIT __- I change.If .
from left Rev. Luther you try to alter the left- Moon Over MiamiMIAMI Wiley Bronton
PROGRAM OF STARS ---The Miami I I row are 0. Pierce, handedness of a child between

Northwestern Choral Group which will I I be executive secretary, Greater Miami Councilof 1 1/2 and 3, his resistancemay Speaks Before
on the "Sunday Evening Under The Stars" Churches Attorney Donald Wheeler be the natural negativismof BEACH:: Fla. News in and around this subtropical

program at the Bayfront Bandshell Sunday, Jones Cith Commissioner Athalie Range, that stage of his develop resort city includes harness racing some outstanding fishingand NNPA In Miami
$ is Miss ment. A who is naturally a compilation of December travel reports that are
January 15 shown here with the sponsors Joan Storr, soloist Leslie Thomas, person
and principals of the program. The pianist and Aruthr L. Evans, band director left-handed will fold his hands recordbreaxlng. the West Flagler oval nightly. MIAMI Fla. Wiley Bran-
principals and artists seen on the front with his left thumb on top even Air lines and hotels totting On the fishing scene, anglers ton, newly-named special
-- t.-- -- _. .. though his parents may have up figures from last month,, have been experiencing the best assistant to the U. S. attorney1
succeeded in changing his pre- are coming up with gains from king mackerel run In years general told members of the
Beach Kirk Announces ference in other uses of his six to 20 per cent over the Just offshore here. Both d-ift National Newspaper Publishers
Sport ShortsBY hands. previous December and, there- boats and charter cruisers have Association "a continued interest -
Appointment Of One aspect of this matter that fore, glowing optimism for the been doing well, and good in voter registration is
has not yet been explained is big part of the winter that is catches are being taken from needed to further gains already
ShortMIAMI INTERAMA Director NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALTWO that some right-handed boys Just beginning. the ocean piers.Braggingsize. achieved."
naturally kick a football with So the February vacationer fish! of other 'Speaking before the group at
BEACH, Fla. -Miami TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -Gov. NAMED the left foot'Similarly mixed will be wise to nail down::reservations species also are being enteredIn the Biscayne Terrace Hotel,
Beach, hotel capital of the Claude R, Kirk Jr., announcedthe NEW YORK-NPI-KId Gavllan, ex-welter weight DOme dominance has been observedin in advance both for the Metropolitan Miami the 43-year-old attorney who
world, has been selected as the appointment of MaJ. Gen. champion and Archie Moore former light-heavyweight champion persons who have better travel if be Is not driving Fishing tournament. Includinga championed civil rights in Little
site of the world press premiere Robert J, Fleming Jr.,Governor have been elected to the Boxing Hall of Fame. Moore vision In the right eye but and for accommodations on 73-pound amberjack in the Rock and helped bring 600,000
for Warner Bros.' new motion the Canal Zone, as directorof won his title in 1952, when he whipped Joey MaxIm He retired better bearing in the left ear. arrival. Travel agents can helpon general division and a cobla more Negro voters to the polls
picture, "Hotel." The choice construction operations and in 1956, when he was in his early 40s. Gavllan, now 40, More Important than which hotel rooms, but those desiring : that tipped the balances at 36 said progress is being made
was a natural one for the studio, maintenance at the Inter- won his title in 1951 by defeating Johnny Bratton and Billy hand is dominant is the es- apartments probably will and a half pounds. and the Negro should not feel
which has Invited some 200 American Cultural and Trade Graham in elimination bouts. He now lives in Cuba tablishmeit: of one dominanceor find it more satisfactory to Two 55-pound sailfish, one "lost" because one congressman -
newsmen from all over the Center in Miami. the other. So-called ambidextrous make a selection after getting taken from a drift boat, lead has been ousted.
world to be its guests at the Gen Fleming, who has servedas UNBEATABLE children have as a here, meanwhile staying In It the list In the tourney's new Branton urged the publishersto
Jan. 21 preview. Governor of the Canal Zone SAN FRANCISCo-NPI-A) three star combination namedto rule, poorly developed muscu- hotel. Aid may be obtained from light tackle general division. continue to remind their
Based on Arthur Halley's best- and President of the Panama the East All-Star squad for the National Basketball Associa lar co-ordination. the Miami Beach Apartment Previously all light tackle 12 million readers that five
selling novel of the same name, Canal Company since 1962,will tion's annual All-Star game is expected to make the East team A parent's best plan is to try Association, 330 Lincoln Rd. entries had to be taken strictly years ago only one and a half
"Hotel" stars Merle Oberon, assume his new duties at the unbeatable Philadelphia's Wilt Chamberlain was the only gently and without emotion, to After false starts due to legal while casting The new class million registered Negro voters
'. Rod Taylor, Kevin McCarthy, world's first permanent international unanimous choice in the balloting for the East Squad Oscar set a child to use his right and physical problems it seems permits trolling and still In the 11 southern states were
{II Karl Malden and Catherine l trade and cultural Robertson of Cincinnati was to be among the starters, along hand If, in spite of this, be sure that there will be harness fishing. waging the South's equalizationfight.
c!( Spaak-all of whom will be center on Feb. 1, according to with Chamberlain. Bill Russel of Boston, who will back up persists in using his left hand, racing at Tropical Park by the Evening entertainment Is at .
here for the premiere. Dr. Irving E, Muskat, chair- Chamberlain, was also selected. The game will be played Jan. console yourself that this is end of February. Currently the the season's peak. Top names "In three of those states 20
I Headquarters for the traveling man of the Inter-American 10, no longer a handicap and be sulkies are wheeling at Pom- will be found in the major Negroes have been duly elected
party will be the Eden Roc, Center Authority. will find many others with the pano, some 40 miles to night clubs. Andre Kostelanetz and seated in their respective
ANSWER the north. But U they are movedto will conduct the Greater Miami
but the opening will constitute Announcement of his appoint- same trait. the )
a salute to the entire Miami ment was made by Gov. Kirk NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.-(NPI-Calvln Murphy, 18, of Norwalk Tropical the distance from Philharmonic In the Miami legislatures.need They are ones
Beach hotel industry..the during a visit to Tallahasseeby Conn., is fast becoming a little man's answer to Lew Dr. Irvin SchnidlerTo Miami Beach will be cut to a Qeach} Auditorium Feb. 5, and that The your support represented by
world's greatest concentrationof Dr. Muskat and Gen Alelndor, towering center for the University of California of third, with most of that by Richard Tucker tenor will be 60 publishers NNPA of the 138-
resort accommodations. Fleming Los Angeles who himself is destined for professional basket- Be Speaker expressway guest star with the same orchestra national
I ball fame. Murphy, a fuve-foot-10- guard, is averaging Barns for the standardbredsare Feb. %6. Mischa Elman member organizationand
54 points a game for the Niagara University freshmen He is being erected at Tropical, will play the guest star role their wives, held a two-day
one of the most talked about players in Western New York,, Bethel AME where a track and lights are with the Miami Beach Symphony workshop in Miami before
for Nassau aboardthe
being installed. Target date for 12. will beheld departing
Feb.
MIAMI The January Club Opera S/S Miami Friday (Jan. 13))
WAMEDIAL $100,000 opening the first harness racing in the auditorium Jan.
WASHINGTON-)-\few light-heavyweight boxing cham- of Greater Bethel AME: Church In the county Is Feb. 28. 25 and Feb %%. for a three-day pleasure cruise.
pion Dick Tiger has been offered $100,000 to defend his title will present Dc, IrvlnSchnlolerof Thoroughbred racing closedat
against Washington's Bobby Foster who ranfc fourth in the the United Nations Association Tropical a week ago with
World Boxing Assoclatlon's1'l5-pounddlvlslon.Vince McMahon of America as speaker the action moving to Hialeah I
a local wrestling promoter who also stages taxing shows, has Sunday at 7 p.m., at the church. for a meeting that will run
1260 offered the money to Tiger who run the light-heavyweight The address will include reference through March 3. Gulfstream
to the lives of local
crown last month in a unanimous decision over Jose Torres. Park will open March 4 and
national and world
:1 Tiger twice won and lost the middle-weitht championship. state continue to the end of the horse
leaders born In December, racing season, April 24. Grey-
ROBINSON January and February. bound racing currently is at
;I 1. FLORIDA'SRHYTHM CHICAGO-(NPI>-Two men named Robinson who helped Among persons to be cited
Ambassador Adlai
power the Baltimore Orioles to the American League pennantand include: 49 -
N Executive
a World Series victory was honored at the 27th annual Stevenson U. ,,
U Richard -
Diamond Dinner on Jan. 15. Frank Robinson was voted the Secretary Thant "It 't .,t
World Series Hero award of the Chicago Baseball Writers Allen, Frederick Douglass,
Edison and others born
relation, and Brooks Robinson won the Ken Hubbs Memorial Thomas / .,
for conduct and off the in the three months.
trophy "exemplary on playing field
The club is of the twelve the SHORTY-$35.
The Association will present the awards to them at the dinner one .
of the church which will give MEDALO STYLE #665
a program or some other For complete Illuitrettd Calaloe; .(
monthly feature as an inspiration Meaale Hair ayl..wl...HaU:.P*
NINMMI.lMnd kid
Yes We All Talk to youth, encouragementto veal adflrea.. Y.1 II'.WIt.yew) FREE nay WarrytaW.p
adults and senior citizens "" Axe CeleMedal J Molf ,..... I"..
and give support tot stewards CHOWS Kafuntly from.w. the.hy HAIR Normal MOOTS* Deet. $r J. Bklyn :19. N.Y.
and trustees During the last heir .1_ depend heevlljtlen COMB
two months several it was announced. the natural health .( >
readers have written to find out what is The officers are: Mrs. Margaret {ml HOT*.Invented Yew *f: DOCTOR-medlcired l.1d"tr AWAY

meant by a program of speech correctionin H. Carey,chairman;Mine 'JL'/tdd' I formula called CARSONOSIi GRAY .
Melzle E. co-chairman which hi mixed with many proven
Elliott ; hi
the schools. beneficial InirtdfenU. CARBONOCC -
'WITH
I
Mrs Ella Walker executive la such a .tron(. pawn* ,
This term (speech correction) Is appliedto .
I. l nUaepli and ton aurh fins THIS
a special instructional program (usu- vice chairman; Mrs. Mary T. work la helping: .. ITCHY . Colden, secretary;Mrs.Fannye BUMPY DANDRUIT etalp thai
& BLUES ally remedial ) designed to give pupils S. Searcy executive secretary; tIl11N. many end PRESCRIBE DOCTORS retard It for highly nun? con '

with speech defects and voice disorders Mrs G. G. Mobley, recorder; .aeatp externally trouble tauard. Man ml?. *annoy condition Inf .RUSH
specialized instruction to correct faulty Ivan C. RoDe, treasurer; Rev. are freatlv relieved *y th*
speech sounds, improve voice intensityand Mrs. Maggie Green chaplainand Ian formula SI this Write Triple fer 1hU,trn DOCTOR th tar \\pnrmiJO': -
Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray, CXMVINB SCALP FORMULA
and students to
quality help
RADIO
STATION cope "
w. win be tent te ell
with special speech and communication public relations coordinator. 'iM..,end mdr. te tie*. tJI IT Net centa.,.and. .,u.h te odd .* ..
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f bom T DAYS end If you are .* p.T"A.a. out. RID not rub .
problems like stuttering and allied dis- Miami District hymen .'oU.'ilJ5Yni: d.Uv.'hhl.Pu ,. odd DYE.Eaeleet.avlckeM color fradtullv AVOIDS war
orders. Ti Mild Coifertict .tlueai everything. Dent ray ttp.rrmen. Bnuh THAT attached SUDDeN DYED LOOK.
Y.u ..t U with ruLdlnetlaac : .. orromovlnf eacetenlerlnf.
While there is a severe shortage of The Miami District Lay Or- Spotlight Vee the flnett MEDICATED elf. Co;.. In: "Pla.tlo" Mlllne{.,.rubMn.. CM*
f "WHAMMY Product SCALP.rORMULA :you* he carried In ......
welltrained speech therapists, there has District the PresidingElders money can *.,. Your heir endpalp C I" ... .pocket......., er.I.el& N.
South Florida been considerable improvement the qualityand Of The Week bffcur name end odd_ te-COLD J..' write, ....* ........ Pay ...ly.
extent of remedial oral communication Conference, will meet in its MEDAL HAtX PRODUCTS INC.. |l.tS. .a d.llvery plue p..le...'
session at the church DeMIt J nioeptheait Bayj eeck U not dtllchtedV
::1 IN MIAMI"i problems of students enrolled in our monthly rkrnt 3t.i<*.Y. NOTE: THIS1POmMULA OeM 'Heir !rsdoe/.. In..
"1 i public schools. Sunday Smith, host at president.3 p.m., Miss Ann 'j Miami, Florida money k eeeriet*.* (....,.100.-%. writ'Jee oa.l, ...."." U, New Yorkt J


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JANUARY 21, 1961 STAR. PAPERS PACE 9B



-CC Student, DIll Kelder Rainey Has Rams Dinner Host 8 TSU Athletes Negroes Win MVP.' AFL's High-Quality Play I


Also Back In Cage Second Place In Surprises Johnny SampleJohnny
Sports Car Driver /Get The Axe .
Bowl Tilt
Cage Sample three timesan Baltimore Colts' backtobackNFL :

A young OrmOlld Beach man Is leading t double life and 11 Circles Again NASHVILLE Eight 'Ten- NEW ORLEANS-NPI-lt was All-Pro at cornerback In championship teams In19S8
doing weD ID both arell. nessee State University really the "Brown" Sugar Bowlas the National Football League and 1959. He also played
,DaDa Kelder Is a student at Betbune-CookmanCoUegeseeklag ,athletes were among 386 far u basketball was con- admits be was surprised by with the Pittsburgh Stealers
vS"ementary! Education. He also his bobby ALBANY, Ga.-Slx years ago students who got the axe because cerned in the Sugar Bowl the high-quality of play in the and Washington Redskins
as driver with professional basketball was near nonexistent American Football League. Johnny feels the AFL will
the persistency of a of academic tailor a at basketball tourney this year.
at Albany State College Pri- the beginning of the Fall. Two teams which have Negro After nine seasons in the NFL, hold its own in the Super Bowl
Dana, with his charming school track-in the Same spot when
or to the arrival of dapper Bob
has finished his Jan. 15 at Los
quarter according to Carl players: woo championship andrwmerup Sample Just up game on Angeles,
teacher wife, lives in a com- a right rear wheel broke on !the Rainey from the southwest
first season in the AFL with which will be colorcast the
by
Crutchfield dean of admissions honors. Two teams
fortable home along the Halifax last lap. He escaped injury. ,
plains of Arkansas a basketball
the New York Jets. NBC Television Network and
River He resigned a Job witha Dana said, "I always say a scholarship at Albany State was.a at the university.Of which bad no Negro players
"Most of the in the NFL broadcast the NBC Radio
local finance corporation In before each rac..lbay. the eight, Phil Scott, a had to be satisfied with con- guys by
prayer rarity. feel their league Is superior Network starting at $.30
Coach p.m.
solatlon
starting guard among places.
order to become a full-time the old stomach flutters until However, the advent of Rainey
Harold Hunter's 8-3 the Marvin Jackson Utah University he said by telephone from his NYT.
on
then
student at B-CC. "I always the flag goes up,
green was boosted the "roundball "
"I'll admitI You take the
wanted to teach kids.,just there's no time to think of season hardwood artists, was won the "Most Philadelphia home. top 22 players
: sport" to near no. 1 spot in the
felt the But after from each team In both
same
leagues
way.
one of the three basketball Valuable Player" Award- ,
watching my wife convinced nothing but the race.
athletic realm around the college -
I there I realized therewasn't 11 defense and 11 of
players in the academic looked got on on -
caught as a questionablewin.
me more. I talked to a member Looking like a football player upon
and the city of Albany -
campus .. that much difference. I lease said "and
d the local Education Board, at 200 pounds Kelder says be a southern Cerogiacityof ", squeeze Reserves Drake High Al Smith Bradley University Sample ,
,
really surprised by the you'll find them evenly matched.
be recommended Bethune has lost as much as seven tower and Donald Moore joined who dropped the winning was
more than 60,000 inhabitants.RalIIey's .
Scott on suspension.The basket and also the one which caliber of play Some say the NFL has the edge
Cookman. Kelder is a Junior founds in a 100-mile race.
Rams, as the "racehorse"basketballersare -
"I had to work hard I because of its
university's NCAA Mld- tied the took second as as right now
and expects to finish next year. He said it is bard to explain game
appro- East Championship football place. Both are Negroes. ever did," added the 29-year reserves. If that's so, Ifs because *
One of ten white students attending the feeling be gets moving along; priately referred to, are oft to
B-cC. Kelder is Well at speeds in excess of 125 another real bannerseason. To team lost Eddie Bolden, Elijah Bradley woo by a score of old Sample, who played on the they are loafer

liked by his fellow students. miles an hour. date, the "run'an gunning"club Bob Hayes, "world's fastest Bossie, Thomas McCord,Glenn 6462. established .
He didn't enter racing competition On another tribute to his has reeled off a 7 and 1 record! human," and a 19C6 Associated ,Seabrooks and James White.
until 1961 although be mechanic Kelder said be always cracking the clock with scoresi Press first team selection a Bolden, offensive guard, and
had been Interested ,In sport has confidence that his car past the century mark oofour of split end, was the official host McCord, defensive end, were
cars since his high schooldays. Is In top condition when be those occasions. Manywbobave at the Royal Crown Cola Co.- the only regulars dropped from Would You Believe A GenuineuS.tockReducee"

He bas earned an enviable .starts a race. seen this year's club are com- Ne" Pittsburgh Courier All. Coach John A.MerrltTs. perfect
record since then Including four The real thrill Is going out paring already with Rainey's American Dinner which was (10-0)) season squad.

data championships. on the track In a well-prepared "horses" of two seasons ago held Friday evening, January 6, According to Dean Crutchfleld, Sale At McVey r
Kelder has raced a TR-3, a machine and drawing utmost which went all the way to the N. 1967 at the Pittsburgh Hilton the dismissed number represented .
1957 model for five years. He from the car In competition AJ.A. small college finals tour.' Hotel. Hayes who bas been a 52 per cent of the 738
refired the triumph recently with others. Out there you're ney at Kansas City. '. member ofthesalesandmarket who began the Fall quarter on Motor Co. This Is It. Now! .
and will drive a new sportscar on your own, no one can help Ralney, who boasts a six year ing team of Royal Crown Cola academic probation. The remainder -
for the /irst time In his you, he observed. log of 106 and 68 since moving Co. since March, 1965, playeda ((352)) have met resi-
career when he competes in Dana Joined the Daytona Beach in as head basketball coach in key role aiding the Dallas dence requirements or are -
the 24-houf endurance run at Sports Car Club in November 1960 succeeding Dr. John Harvey Cowboys in their march to the till on probation.
Daytona International Speedwayin 1959 after returning from a is non-commital on any 1966 NFL Eastern Division Some of the suspended group
February. tour in the U. S. Army. He comparison of this year's club Crown. Some of the nation's top will be eligible to return to I I
This is a big event for Kelder attended two competition driver and the one of the Tommy' Intercollegiate and pro stars of the university after one quarter, m NEW ILOWEST
and his partner Ara Dube. The schools and through his association Jordon Bill Hill and Oliver the '66 grid season were honor others will have to wait two or'

pair has finished the race four with Cannons Jones era. "We have more ed at the dinner which in three more quarters.
years in a row. Placing first decided to start racing. He is height now than that club had," short years has developed into
in their class twice, they've also sanctioned by Sports Car he said. "We may be a little one of the country's sports attractions .
also won second and fourth. Club of America as an deeper and can match up our Toastmaster
If Kelder and Dube completethe Instructor of race car drivers. personnel in different ways. --
February endurance run, Dana's parents are Mr. and The '64 club was taster believe fw .""" 1'1 ttcirltf.., put -'"

it will be the fifth finish anda Mrs. Lawrence Kelder of New though" U.S. Savings Bonds .
speedway record, Kelder York City. They spend the t< :y
said. winters In Ormond Beach. The
With pointed sincerely, Dana elder Kelder is in the banking OUACILYes sa. cei PRICE
gives equal credit for his victories business and is a stockholder Maw/mi .
to his mechanic, Bill In a Jacksonville bank. 5RO$ARC A) r
At 32 the father of two children Arne US! T)4E PIIOPISSIOIOWLIAI'
Cannons. "You can't win them ..sI"TlOIII
without the mechanic and Bill Dana said, "I want to bea ,1'ie4 / TOUR
is the best", he asserted. good Elementary school BEGo\H IN 1059WITM'41.000
teacher and race as long as I' I
To date Kelder has raced in '11.11 MONEY
competition 80 times gathering my reflexes allow." I-., FOATNAaeTDvaMAMEN1t
in 20 trophies and 12 cash _
i I prizes. ONTHEROJ\D

During his four years of The STRIPS which band bird! :.
racing he has had only two used to be inscribed "W major crashes. Both were on Snrfor Washington Biologl
the Osceola track. In 1961 m
cat Survey. They were changed '
the Oseola Grand Prix r
during ,
lifter u farmer shot a crow and 1IIDl
his TR-3 hit dirt on the track'
wrote the government! : "DearSirs .UllU!
coming out of a turn and flipped _
end-over-end four times. He : I ,t"onllt' of your bid\t r _
the oilier day and followed/ ihtiinlriicluini. rr
walked with only two
away \\a\htd ii. r Mal Coode, internationally
dislocated fingers. The follow known correspondent for ABC-
ing year be flipped on,,the same //old.ur.. \'(1 It. ,tl wca; lernhle.. L, ANNUALIURte, TV at the United Nations, has .. J ., .. .
1 'Y U, .: 4 "f I APPe0AG1/NG ALRIADYNII rAND 'R91 again served as toastmaster at (r ", .. J' J"
mat third annual ttoyal Crown:
SI'KCIH: r'l'RC'HASK(: KHOM) ( A NAIr ,rJ Cola Co.-New Pittsburgh Cour-

CHRYSLER CORP.Low ner AlI-AmerlcanBanquerrhlch (fFO \1ffID)
was held at the Pittsburgh Hilton
As 5000 Miles On These! Hotel, recently.Some of the nat-

Full Trice D-mi. r ion's top Intercollegiategrldlron

66 Plymouth ( .rlnlH iirFI'N $2395 $295 r stars,jolnedbyseveraloutstand-
AtifcnNf). JiKvt ;' leg players in the two por lea- Drive It
.AN. AUTOMATIC.' rAIO.Y WARRANTY.. Come on In *
68 Doris part 270 Series $18t3! $'..m gues during the '66 season,were
YWR | INO HIM. 1 honored. Goode a former resident -
AITOMATIC ,
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66 Plym' I': lNJH Sta. \Vaijon $:t)95) $:J9frF..ING. ,TMeOAtlACTEXvVETEQAM ;:: of Pittsburgh, served as
IflUT .* <[ ACpN11, PA'R 3 toastmaster at the first banquet "extras"r
AUTOMATIC FACt, WAIMAN1V.. WILL DCFCNO HIS TITLE gallon Loaded with
66 Plymouth! Valiant :200! $1735 $195 IN TNt 2V ANNUAL MILUa in 1964. k 1
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FACTORY WARRANTY, towuao INA/lIL.WAUI/ .
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3YEAR50,000aill,11VIRRANTY- : today-drive it away !
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Buick A,. Y YD.Electra:rAllI"n 221 WAARANIY.63 .. .... ..... ,$"'895,

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63 Fnnfiac io(Calalma oei> LIK* CONDITION' .. .52197MAiprop : ( ALBANY, Ga. -Albany State v

65 I'ord t'cnmtiv: Swtan I P\\r.\\ on ?iOOVI !! :\ College, a team to be reckonedwith
AUIOMAYIC.'RAN. AIR CONDo A fAL fOOO ONI. small college 1100II! 1100 !
64 Barracuda . . $(695'YO LLYYD G. A. WELLS among wion
11'1\11\ IC. ."l'I/) AND Hr ATfA, RL AIR COND. NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALSAN basketball powers this season,
63 Chevrolet Impala Sport| ('oupe .. .. .. .. .$I9n5 credits much of its resurgence
%, WA-IIAMtV W1U> one quick would back to the top of the cage
58 Volkswagen . .. .. .. ,.. $ 993 DIEGO, Calif.-(NPI)- guess, you
arrival of New-
no doubt pick Bear Bryant of Alabama,Duffy Daughtry of Michigan world to the
State, or Ara Parsegelan of Notre Dame u the college coach burgh, N. Y.'. Abe Fraser. a li + -
S. EVANS with the best past two-year record in football...Well, you Fraser, a 6-2, 175 pounder, -
jR. would be wrong...EARL BANKS of little Morgan State College, bas played a vital role In the
Rams' 7 and 1 record to date.
Baltimore holds that distinction.
The fomilv" CO' hooded With "...'0' A etiPytohte.dro:' ", A.oduh.dP."
IJ Earl's Morgan Bears have woo 22-stralght games In the Although only a freshman, the
.
?i 3rd & MAIN past two seasons with the Orange Blossom Classic ('65)) and former Dell High School Ail- at "o -ffl eo\t. 1 IJ ruble 'rt pi trunk" tracpsiongn

Tangerine Bowl ('66)) games included. Add the Central Inter American from Newburgh High JOK'S 1548'71 P JSH- I*30 '
Total Dt'ivorH' Pnc Total D-i 11\'oJ "ct
: EL +8381 EL 4-3583 collegiate Athletic Conference championship and UPI and AP School has seen considerable r
small college rankings and you get the guy who has won 'em action.
Ir-f":' ,r." b ,:- all over the past two seasons... "Having Fraser around sure ISO fASTBACK HOG SPIDEI

--.r Thus, Coach Banks of Morgan is our pick for the Negro college makes substituting for.either .
"- Coacb-of-the-Year, edging out John Merrett of Tennessee Daughtry (Mack) or Pritchett
VETERANSTHE Ail on the basis of the Tigers hablngto fight back against Ball (Bob) easy," Bob Ralney, head
State last year in the Grantland Rice Bowl to gain a tie, making coach at Albany State said.
their two year skein read 21-0-L "Abe's a fine shooter and a
What makes our selection of Coach Banks so easy Is the fact marvel at passing that ball,"
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC. be has done a tremendous Job with very little to work from and he added. r
limited physicalfacilities..Morgaq only gets about 40 or 50 boys The 6-2 youngster, who was
out for Its football team every fall,agalnstthe other major college -, sort by some 30 colleges,chose A tltk new oor.i rHAIAn d the I t"" m ph. ,Per.rter woh 5 lewd"
Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking powers having usually hundred eager aspirants turn-, Albany State becausehe fabulao FIAT 'VI1I1--mesh fro.v"Isvo.;

lag up from high schools with All Star credentials, over 200 Planted to coma south und g "
pounds and having been hand picked by qualified recruiters. play basketball. He was very Total Dfllvtrtd P"Cf JaR' I 16886 Tl"lo'' peen erect Prta. ion'f&'IJUI
Applications For :Its Few if any All Stater i trunn up at Morgan and to attend the Orange quietly steered In the direction
'n Blue, a boy bas to finish la the upper half of his class of Albany State by the college's
n add be able to support his way through the Institution:?: president, Thomas Miller 4 Dow Jfdan
Coacb Banks halls from Chicago where be played the same Jenkins, who delivered a speech
Veteran Class. high school team with tile great Buddy Young Wendell Phillips at the high school where Fraser
starred in college at Iowa and later earned masters degree at attended. m m
I New York University. He was a two-year All Big Ten guard and Another major Influence in
made several All America's as a Honorable Mention.An helping to steer Abe in, the ".
ry The Size Of Our Classes associate professor at Morgan In addition to being bead direction of Albany State was
,
grid coach, the affable mentor started his career at the Maryland Jim Reavis, a former athleteat All clew Iron htadlight tn taillightth '
College in 1950. Prior to coming to Morgan, be served FayetteviUe (N. C.) State -, fabulous FIAT 124.
nine years as line coach at MarlaDdState.where his son is nowa College, who was Abe's guidance SI CO IS*
.Is limited: By Law. member of the Hawks varsity football team. counselor at Newburgh Total Dclivtrtd Pric Jo-' I 9 I

/ Some of thecreats lankI! developed In college are Roger Brown, High.
j Detroit Lion;Johnny Sample, New York Jets, along with huge "He's been surprising for a
Sherman Plunkett and Leroy Kelly the great Cleveland Brown freshman," Ralney said as he
Enroll Now To"S'e Sure Of star. continued to talk of his frost McVEY Motor Co.

Banks has won three CIAA titles and the NCAA College Division pbenom. "I was surprised at
I of the ACC,tacked on to two great undefeated seasons..highlight the way he handles himself.
Place. ed by this year's great victory in the Tangerine Bowlnd the More Important, he has a fine 5034 PHILIPS HWY. 359.9321
Beats great Orange Blossom Classic victory over the proud attitude about the game" "He
Florida A1U Rattlers of Coacb Jake Galther. is going to be a great one
ON U. S. #1 SOUTH"SATURDAY
"JUST NORTH UNIVERSITY BLVD.
"till 355-9874 ;v 'To say this young dedicated man U builder of champions Is before his career is over here," Of

1%"n understandment indeed. .said the coach


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I HELP WANTED Jandon Jones Butler High CagersTo Blue Light Social Club MeetsDUSlNtSS I

Top jobs NOWbest homes in ', .';. ;- .., ,
N.Y. City,New Jersey.Friend Leads Rams Play Stanton 1 \ \ ,
families Fare sent, rush rehrences. "
'j M, "S e
3 FREE GIFT. I The Eugene J, Butler High 4
300 W, 40 St. W.Y.C. Dept To VictoryJandon School cagers will play the

::1 : Jones scored It points Stanton Senior High basketeers
Saturday In the Stanton Gymnasium -
HELP WANTED and picked off 12 rebounds to
beginning at 7:30
.' p.m.
lead the Rams to a 3330 victory -
SALES PEOPLEMen over the Jets IntteSlmond This will be the third meetingof
'j' Basketball the teams this year, with
Johnson Junior Boys
and women, to sell adver League. .both teams winning one game
Using. Liberal draw, liberal .01 le.SAN Albert Cross, teammate, The Blue Devils banded the
I commission, easy work, quick scored 10 points and led In'' Falcons their first defeat of '"
..sale. You earn $75 to $150 It --- assists with nine.Reecle Crews the season on their home court,
you're keen. Frbge benefits. 1'omo-.urmanCurUs led all players with 17 points. and the men In orange caughtup
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 L.McGrlfl, son of Mr. and Mrs. for the losers. with the boys In blue In the
f ,Moncrief Rd. cor. 13th Robert McGriff of 3416 Bridler The Gladiators knocked off finals of the Holiday ;:>
St., Jacksonville, Fla.,has been the All-Stars by a 28-23 score Tournament '
to Myrtle Beach AFB. Davis This will be, the first visit \f .4'e" <
assigned in the second game Jack ; 4 fF .{ .
to the Devils den for the Falcons '
ISABELLA of PARIS S.C., after compIetingAlrForce was the high scorer for the ," ,
The Butler squad leads ,' : '
,basic training. winners with 12 points and eight ..
THAT'S ME have the Amazing The airman, a 1965 graduate of rebounds. Teammates Ferrel the Big Six Conference by a I
SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS, Matthew WGilbertmghSchool, McBride and John Palmer each close record. Thf baby teams
Pep for all the things you want will be trained on the Job as an scored seven points. will meet In the preliminary
to do. Box of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction administrative specialist with For the All-Stars, Charlie game
guaranteed or Money the Tactical Air Command. 'KnIght was the big gun with :
Back He attended Lincoln Business eight points and AlphoasoSwaln MARCH OF DIMES .
ISABELLAP.O. College In Jacksonville, Fla. hit the bucket with six points. I v :
Box 239, Dept. S Gary, Games for next week are EVENTS SLATEDThe

Indiana. HELP WANTED I Jets Rams and at Gladiators Simond versus Park., Northwest Division of the kP; 'L J

NEW YORK John McCellen and Carlton March of Dimes announced the -
FOR
MAIDS MAIDS N, Y. SLEEPIliJOa3S
Bryant are officials for the activities for fund raising will
UP TO S75 WEEK salaries to $65, fare league, which Is conducted by begin with the road block Feb.
advanced. Rush ferences, the City Recreation Department 26. Secondary schools band
Top Jobs NOW, best homes In NY. phone number. ABLE MAIDS students will be stationed at
City, New Jersey FriendlY'famlUes. I AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN,FREEPORT The Bicycle Rodeo will be points to solicit contributionsfrom
Fare sent,rush refer N,.Y, held Friday at 3 p.m, at the passing motorists, it was
ences. FEE GIFT, park. All participants are to said.
MISS DIXIE AGENCY' furnish their own bicycles. On Jan. 29, a wig show will ,
JACKSONVILLE be presented by Chester Aklns .,_. '
300 W. 40th St., N, y, C. Dept

us. SHIPYARDS Negro SheriffContinued and Ballroom members of In the the Mayflower East-West ........ ... ". I.

Hotel. MEET ---When the Blue Light Tobler, reconding secretary; Mrs. '.Bertha
IMMEDIATELY: from Page 1 AlsoCapers G. Bradham will Social Club held its business meeting and Walker, president ; Mrs. Catherine Dykes,
..C9Royal REQUIRES: all citizens. "I am not going stage a competitive bridge election of officers last week in the Mrs Nora Anderson vice president ; Mrs. I
Crown SHhbTMCTM, back" to the era of black repression -. tournament at,the date Knights to be an-< of home of Mrs. Luch Hightower at 2U2I Luch Hightower chaplain ; Mrs. Lucille
Temple
he added nounced.Pythia Barnett Street among the members in attendance Evans Mrs. Vernita Williams sinking

Cola/ MechanicsOUTSIDE citizens""Political played apathy its among role Negro In the Rev. A. H, Hughes of St. John were from left : Mrs. Dearry fund secretary and Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon,
Baptist Church will have chargeof

Machinists failure candidates office of in to some Alabama be electedto Negro during Others the church working fund for raising the drive.campaign Sarah Dawkins Court QUALITY j :: :: : Altar) Call ]

LEO'SShoe MARINE 1966, he said. teaching are personnel: Mrs E.;M.Mrs.George Alma, Called To Meeting NEW YORK-(CN'PI)-Public.; [ (

Electricians "The time has come In the .Cash, fraternities, sororities Mrs. Hattie Jackson, worthy School 192 in Kanem !has shown!
Reparint South," he said, "when Negro and clubs, and Mrs. Charlotte,, matron of Sarah Dawkins Court what quality teaching can do as
citizens must become more its fourth red in the BY EMORY G, DAVIS, DJ>.
D, Stewart, Mothers March. 69, H. of J., has asked all graders sr
Pipefitters
interested in those who represent members to be present in the top two percent of the nation's
01 Aiy Kind in office. STILL WITHOUT A SONG
them public first meeting of the new year schools on the mathematics
Insulators "Many politicos, elected from ROOM FOR RENT Tuesday at 4:30: p.m. In the section of the Iowa Tests of Jazz In the sanctuary of the staid and stqlld churches and
Is Our Only Business predominantly Negro districtsand Prefer Masonic Temple. Basic Skills Even though the cathedrals of white America may be an Innovation, but It Is
ArrL" precincts, have not been couple or single woman. nothing new in the churches of Negro America
SOt'TISimDIVISIONFT / ) Call 3547510.I According to Mrs. Jackson, school Is located in rundowna-(
or MF.VDe/CK'a'.., :iterested in those they are plans for the year's activities rea, 60 per cent of Its pupils read It is not uncommon to feel the same pulsating reaction to
934 E. Union St. An Louni' \ supposed to be representing." will be made. above their grade level. the beat of the gospel song In church and that music played In
---- --- -- .-, clubs and taverns. the
I predominantly Negro night Only words are
different.
'SHOP AT YOUR AlPWAREHOUSE I And Race Perhaps it was not unusual In our cultrue that the music of
: Religion the Negro church had a different character and quality than that
; STORE of the white church.Whites,with their monopoly on "God," havea
; I long tradition of glorious, victorious chants, oratories and
-
t SH P. .- BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALNEW
3000 W, 45th ST hymns.
The Negro was left to express the aches and pains of his heart
YEAR SAYINGS
f through the spirituals replete, with minor chords and moans.
'f. The doctrine of segregation is predicated..on'lhis curse: The the minor strains
-'- r- PRICES IN THIS AO pathos In of Jewish liturgical music
'Cursed be Canaan; a slave of slaves shall be be to his brother
store .about But we need to take not of rather important facts. God reflects a similar suffering. But the Negro grew weary and
I The that some
cares.. you ashamed of the spiritual, abandoning it for the more: rhythmic
ARE GOOD THROUGH did not pronounce the curse, Noah did! What is more, Noah gospellong.
did it when he was awakening from a drunken stupor Nor was
U the trend in some small sectors of the "white" church is
SAT. IAN. 21. the curse directed at Ham, it was on Canaan, his son, and
toward jazz, the Negro could well meet it on this common
: ,-.MJIIM.-----r descendants of Cannaan the Canaanites, are white."-Trom ground. However, if the words of Negro"church Jazz" continueto
< Rm "Works Count Too," by Dr. Charles N. Plckell Wallace be there will be
supplemented pulsing, no meeting ground.
SPECIAL
I.A Fl0'CANE
REG. OR SANDWICH, .. Memorial United Presbyterian Curch, West Hyattsvllle, Md. Further, the Negro will never learn through the kind of
I I sass church music now being used that God is depending upon him to
; be a God-created MAN It's about time the Negro stopped cryingon
: r God's shoulder
J SUGARLB.
i' "Ours Is not aWe on earth for the purpose of being damned Such words, set to dancing rhythms as "The Lord is BlessingMe
READ' I by the afflictions of hunger, disease and war. The good earthis Right Now;" "Ask What You Will of the Savior," "We've
I is a place for man to dwell in health, wholeness and in Come This Far by Faith, Leaning on The Lord," ought suggest
other members of the human family.
favorable with
relations that the Negro needs to stop "leaning" and start standing and
'=The Rev. William S. Meyer, Immanuel Presbyterian walking. His church songs, Jazz or otherwise, need to convey

t IK-IB. 99..1 t I 5 38C I Church, Los Angeles. ssmst this Perhaps message.Jazz and lilting rhythms can be the best vehicle to

141 I BAGr convey meaning to Negro worshippers Some ministers opposeit
others are strong advocatesy. ,
I 't "While white brother contends against black homer, life
I If, the Jazzy gospel song is best for Negroes then let this
and death here and overseas are reduced to cold figures, and
i medium proclaim a message, a message, calling to ,full
of blase indifference has
kind overcome
for many people..a
humanity and love for all mankind.
acaaasactanrac ----taasacaa t .4 and act Pm seriously asking
eceaes "Kaarta raa jSil. Maeajer ntreraaatua reataacptratsssawtasasassmextsraartsraseaaaxn our ability to think creatively. Perhaps the use of meaningful words set\to rhymthmlc
whether the thrust of activities as Americans in
neu ldlctaasfsuc aacs --------I II major our tempos will enliven the Negro church member to the point
not be to rediscover what it means to care about
1967 might
'' where he will out Into the world and put a new into
go
SPECIAL! 5C OFF LABEL I other "-The John C. St. John's Epis- song
| SPECIAL! WHITE OR BLUE people. Rev Harper, the hearts of those suffering under the heel of racial segregation
{ PURE VEGETABLE-' copal Chruch, Washington, D.C.D and dehumanization at the Altar of Those Without a
: w
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: Song.
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,I .ry DETERGENT "We are plagued by a fierce hostility which champions white r I
in'P I 'A I power or black power..We are plagued by shrinking food surpluses -
and mounting millions of starving men upon the earth
I who cannot be counted on to starve peacefully, nor will they
starve for the sake of any political theory or economic system
yl P1, I regardless of how such may be revered by the righteous and
I the comfortable.The Rev. John Brown Brldwell First

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