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Firing
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School Board Spending i. Funds wrm! : Negro TeachersThe

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-- ----- a rtmt.IDA ; Duval Board of Public
Instruction which has been
*. cosniwrillee ViandsJANUARY using

Negroes Want The End Of A Hitch Rider to various delay and sundry desegregation stratagem of

I schools war ordered this weekin
no uncertain terms to com-
New School pletely desegregate pupils andfaculty

without tffectlngtbe Jobs

..Or Else 1 or'qualified Negro teachers.
r1t The order was issued Tuesday,,
f
e by U. S. 5th Circuit Court of
Jacksonville Negroes have let Appeals Judge Bryan Simpson,
It be known that their patience SATURDAY 28 1967
but
1S CENTS came as no surprise.The .
out and are
is running they school system had been i
ready to take action unless told it had with
*** to comply
the long-delayed East Jacksonville H
desegregation guidelines set
constructed e
school jy down by the U. S. Department
Wendell Holmes, chairman of' r Ii LI of Health, Education and

the Citizens Committee for H Welfare (dEW) In order, to be
_
Better Education warned the a
M eligible for federal aid, which
school board last Tuesday night *** ***** amounts to about $4 million
i + *
that unless the new school Is annually.

soon forthcoming a taxpayers -' +-.--. -- Simpson said I the school

DEATH Ambulance attendants gather up the crushed 18 system shall be desegregatedalong

remains of Norman Curtis Holmes, 9, who was run over YOUTH KILLS the lines "suggested"by
I by a City bus last Saturday afternoon about 2 p.m while the U. S. 5th Circuit Court
A hitching a ride and feU beneath the wheels of the bus. opinion of last Dec. 29. The
court generally followed the
HEW guidelines in Issuing its

: opinion.Simpson presided over the
PLAYMATE IN
I FIGHT school Integration salt here

1, when/ he was a U. S. District
tourt Judge.He Issued his order
,1' Tuesday following a motion for
( *
further relief.

Succumbs ADAM POWELL The order states that, beginning -
Teenager
Ex-Cop Hampton, [ with the 1967-68 school

year, a single system of nonracial -

Uses Training From Lick In Fight CHALLENGESUNSEATING be established attendance for cones all grades.shall

WENDELL P. HOLMES ( It states that, regardless of

...threatens injunction W .yf On BurglarsPistol J; The horrible Incident of a boy being killed by his WASHINGTON .Adam another any previous school, attendance each student at
suit will be brought to enjoin \struck Jacksonville last when
C Tuesday a 15-year-old boy Clayton Powell last Tuesday must be assigned to the school
the board from spending additional shooting training 'died as a result of a blow Inflicted by a friend. challenged the constitutional serving his cone of residencewith

money from the $35 .......?ix .... be received to qualify him asa 'lAD account of the fatality is'rep0rted to have secured a authority of the House to deny two exceptions.
million school construction policeman served ex-police / .that Leonls McCrary Jr. of two-by-four piece of wood with him his seat in Congress If a special course of study
bond Issue. GRIEVED The driver of the city bus which ran over man Frank Hampton in 4204
good Homer Rd. and Willie which te struck Leonls on the A 'legal brled requesting the Is offered at another school
Holmes who said be represented Curtis sits on the sidewalk grieved over the fatal accidentover stead last Tuesday night when \ Wright, 16, of Santee Rd. were' --- t' seating of Powell was presented which the student desires to
various groups, which he had no controL He Is comforted by a fellow he came on three men at*
.. up playing basketball before the
r. the NAACP education,. drlverand '"r" ,II "J. by the attorneys to the special stake, or 11 bell handicapped< ,
.including a bystander., tempting to
barClartWlr'1I0me. tragedy occurred; House committee to investigate he may be transferred thereto
committee charged the board Witnesses say Leonls had a the Harlem' Democrat's meet his special needs,.
with procrastinating in buildingthe Hampton, now a gas station ,blank gun in his possessionwhich '
qualification for seating. It Is also stated that a pupil
school which was providedfor Dr. H.H. Sutterwhite Is Elected operator and part time he fired causing a spark Commltee chairman4" In a school where his race Is
In the 1960 bond issue of politician shot and waded two
,of fire to hit Willie in the
Emanuel Celler, (D-N. YJ. in the majority must be transferred -
$35 million. of the three men when he face, whereupon, Willie Started
Chairman Of Jax Urban received the brief but made'no upon request "to any
School officials claim cost League encountered them in the hitting Leonla with his fists.
of acquiring a suitable site is driveway of his bachelor home 'A Louise comment. It was presentedat other school with the system
Mrs.
** neighbor, '
the first meeting of the where students of his race area
exborbitant and they are waiting at 6143 Spires St. Brown pulled Willie off Leads
"
for the recommendations of a William J, Page, Jr. Is Named The third would-be burglar who, according to 're po r t. special committee. minority.
also
Celler said the committee bad School officials may
school plant survey which will was routed from the attic by stick and struck
picked a
up
decided that It intendedto students such basis
be made by the State Speaker For Annual Banquet Willie In the back. Mrs. Brown only assign on ,
hold its hearings in public Simpson said.
of Education Feb. ,
Department Clantel T. Brown, executive director of the Jacksonville Urban then wrested the stick away unless requested by witnessesto He said school officials shall
6-10. League this week announced the election of Dr.H. H. Satterwhlte from Leads and no sooner close them. A special provide remedial education
Holmes called the claim "a
had she done that Willie Is
subterfuge adding that the state as Board Chairman.Dr. counsel hearing dates t and programs which permit
had recommended in a 1962 Satterwhite succeeds Dr. in the Public Health Service ';" I Ie witnesses are still to be students attending or who nave

survey that a school be builtIn W, W.Schell Jr.whohasledtheleague He is author and co-author of selected. previously attended all-Negro
the area. He noted that five for the past 11 years. several articles and $+M NAACP Wants 1* i The committee has until Feb. schools to overcome past Inadequacies -

spot surveys have been made Other officers elected were: monographs on migrant health iI I 3 to make ltd recommendation in their education.
since 1932 also that the study Mrs. Frances Ewell, 1st vice dental care economics, and Appear Before to the House which then will This could cost the school
of plant needs has been in chairman; Rev. E.W. Newman, Appalachian problems. vote on whether Powell is to system addtlonal monty to
continuous operation.In 2nd vice chairman; Mrs. Asa He earned his degree In be seated. provide such programs.
a grim warning the CCRE Gardiner, secretary; Mrs. I. Business .Administration from Powell Panel Powell Is receiving the $30 Simpson ordered the school
chairman told the school board E. Williams, treasurer; and Furman University, and has 000 yearly pay and other board to Immediately assign
members: done graduate work at the benefits of a congressman but all members of the supervisory -
"It well may be that the current University of Chicago, the NEW. YORK The National I has no cLnmlttee assignmentsand staff to serve all schoolsat
grand Jury will save us the University of Pittsburgh and Association for the Advancement I cannot vote or speak in the beginning of next school

trouble of creating an embarrassing American University.In of Colored People has the House. year.
situation for certain It64, to received theWILLIAM requested the opportunity to Celler said be expected todame The board also was orderedto

individuals in the upper ,F FRANK HAMPTON appear before the nine-member the counsel for the set a target date when Negro
echelons of the school administration f r"A: ...shoots intruders special House committee appointed LEONE MCCRARY committee in a few days and teachers in each school should

Duval County Patrolmen T. Z. to Investigate the ...dies from blow to hold the first working approximate the percentage of,
qualifications of Adam session next teachers in the school
Rep. week. Negro
He "But I have been
said Martin and R. A. Morgan ;!left side of his face.
L Clayton Powell Besides Celler chairman of
Instructed to to that system.
say you The wounded men were Billy Rendered inconsclous by the
la a telegram to the committee the House Judiciary Committee Simpson said teachers and
action to relieve ,
unless positive E. Bank, 24, of 2425 Lincoln 1 blow the youth was rushed to ,
chairman Emauel Cellar (D- the select panel's members Include other professional staff members -
the deplorable educational Ct. and Eddie Hudson, 20, of I Duval Medical Center where
N. Y.), dispatched, Jan. 20 two Southerners and one not be dismissed
situation In East Jacksonville may
1275 W. 22nd St.The man hiding 'he died following an operation.
by the expiration of a deadline in the attic was Identified u NAACP Executive: DlrectorRoy Negro. Seven of the nine voted demoted or passed over for,
which ourselves shall Wilkins said: last year for the last civil retention, promotion or: rehir-j.
we Tommy Banks 27 of 2425 Over
determine, we Intend to initiate. Lincoln Ct. National Association for the Bus Runs rights bill in the House. fog on the grounds of race or
suit to petition Advancement of Colored People The others are Democrats color. .j
a taxpayers' The trio charged
w was requests opportunity to have Young Skater John of "In instance where
the court to enjoin the Board Wednesday with breaking and Conyers Jr. Michigan, any one,
of Public Instruction and the J. PAGEDepartment' its executive director appear James Corman of California, or more teachers or other
entering and are being held In
administration from the expenditures Superior Service Duval County Jail under$20,000 before the special committee Hitch-Riding Claude Pepper of Florida and professional staff members are
of any additional Award. bond each.Police considering the seating aRepresentative Andrew Jacobs Jr. of Indiana to be displaced u a result of
funds for construction purposes UR. H. H.SATTEItWHITE Mr. Page Is a native Georgia said clothing and Adam Clayton The newt of tragedy travelstast..and and Relubllcans Arch Moore desegregation," be said, "no
until such time u' a strict ]Mr. V. C. Johnson, assistant and resides with his wife and ,electrical appliances had been Powell when bearing dates have the report that a little of West Virginia, Charles staff vacancy to the school
been set. boy bad been run over by a league of California Clark system shall be filled through
court-supervised audit and I treasurer. five children in Atlanta, Ga., stacked at the door of the home ,
accounting of the current status New members elected to the when Hampton Billy In a letter to the editor of city bus traveled from one end MacGregor of Minnesota and recruitment from outside the
surprised
of bond Issue money has beeneffected 1 board were: Dr. James Cousar, Jax YOC Seeking Banks and Hudson in a car The New York Times, published of town to the other u thoughIt Vernon Thomson of Wisconsin. system unlessnosuchdlsplaced
," he said. Utty. Ralph Wlcbersham, Mr. In his driveway on Jan. 20, Mr. Wllldns had been telegraphed onlyto Conyers Is a Negro serving staff member is qualified to
Holmes made it known that ]Leonard[ Moseby, Mr. Walter 200 Young MenThe Detective Sgts. F. K. Petty explains the widespread Negro shock those who receivedthe I Us second House term. All fill the vacancy."

the deadline would be lOOn' !Smith, Mrs. Edwin H. Lawson, Jacksonville Youth and H. P.. Hansen said the two support of the New York Congressman appalling news. 1 but Pepper, Teague and Thomson "Defendants (schpol board)
Mr. Harold J. Gibson, Fr. T. Opportunity Center is seeking men attempted to drive who has been Last Saturday was a bright, I are members of the shall take positive and affirmative -
Negroes Must DecideOn V.' Harris, Fr. Austin T. 200 young men to fill vacancies but rammed a pole away and deprived of the chairmanship summer-like day and little Judiciary Committee, and all steps to accomplish the
c Cooper:: and Mr. George in the Job Corps said Gordon stalled the power They were shot of the powerful House Education Curtis Holmes, nine-year-old 1 but Moore and Teague voted desegregation of their school
Harmon Also Mr. Standley Punshon, manager of the center. in the legs car.when they got out and Labor Committee and boy who lived 1342 W. 29th J for the 1966 "open bousing" faculties and to achieve
Viet Killing :Gibson: and Mr. H. Williams Punshon said that young men of the car and moved toward temporarily denied his seat in Street had gone skating like lvU rights bin. :desegregation of faculties in
Brown also announced the between the ages of 16 and 21, Hampton the officers said. the House to which he was dozens of other kids In the Celler made it clear he did u many of the schools as
CHICAGO CNPIUrs. Diane election: of Mr. William J. who are unemployed and who overwhelmingly elected by his neighborhood who filled the lot relish the task of leadtopin possible for the 1567-68 school

Bevel told reporters at a Page Jr., regional director of have been a school dropout for WORLD NEWS DIGEST Harlem constituents. ,streets. I inquiry into Powell's year, notwithstanding< that
Negroes-only press conferencethat the: U. S. Department of at least three months or more Negroes, the Wilklns'' letter'' But Curtis, mischievously, qualifications even though be teacher contracts for said
"Negro Americans are Health, Education and Welfare, are eligible to apply for the -NPI-Dlssatisfadioo says, "want merely the same boyishly, decided to hitch a I us criticized his fellow New school year may have already
going to have to decide whether is the principal speaker when Job Corps. with monthly stipends paid treatment for Adam Powell u ride on the bus while skating. taker's conduct In the past. been signed and approved,"

they want to be murderers of be Jacksonville Ul ball League Enrollees in the Job Corps, them, and wholesale protest is given other Congressmen. Unfortunately, however he Celler voted against denying Judge Simpson ordered::
other colored people" hotels its annual dinner meeting Punshon pointed out will receive against several prejudicedaca- "Baseball and other games slipped and fell as the bus ]Powell his seat because Teachers, principals and
"White Americans do not value Monday, Feb. 20 at 7.30: p.m. room and board, work demlc administrators at Al are played by rules which are was coming to a halt to pickup af constitutional qcestions staff members shall be assigned -
lives' u they value white lives- In the Civic Auditorium. clothing, medical and dental Axhar University has finally adopted, publicized and a passenger. The wheels of I Involved and because Powell's to schools so that the.
and if this country believes Entering Federal service in care at no cost to the enrolleeand ] culminated in a number enforced upon all participants.No the bus rolled over the youocc constituents: doubtless would faculty and staff Is not com-
that murder is not the way to 1948, Mr. Page has held a will be paid 130.000 month cf foreign students-principal- one decides, midway the ster's mid-section: and Norman ,rote overwhelmingly to return posed exclusively of members
solve problems, then it has a randy of responsible positions for spending mo ey.1o addition ly from African countries- game, to give one team four became DuvaTs timid traffic I him to Congress. of one race." ,
terrific obligation to prove it." >A various programs of the an enrollee will receive 50.00 leaving the institution and returning I outs and me other three.. victim for the year. The House then must decide Assignment of students only
She said many people in North Department He has had extensive for every month spent In the to their separate "It is this typed action upon The regrettable death of t>jr a majority vote whethero to the school serving their cone
Viet Nam asked her why experience at county, Job Corps. countries and homes. The sitI:I i man whose conduct is un- Norman Curtis Holmes serves seat Powell for his 10th of residence, except m special
American Negro troops were state and national program Interested young men are Invited ation reached a bead recently acceptable;I to a gratifying u a reminder to parents to term. In the meantime Powell cases, which include requests
fighting in Viet Nam.They drew vela la public health program tocome to the Jacksonville when scores of students were :I Increasing number of Negroes caution their children not to remains on the House payroll of students to transfer to any
"parallels of exploitation"between development and administration Youth Opportunity Center at arrested la an effort to quell which has forced these veryPople hitch rides while on skates '.9 $30,000 a yea?' but cannot other school in the system
American Negroes and Deluding branch chief and later 400 West Ashley st., Monday disorder staged to protest conI I into reluctant support and to use extreme caution ,rote., where students of their race
North Vietnamese, she said executive officer of a division through Friday dittoes. rf lit, Powell when skating'' in the streets .**** are in the minority.

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NEWS ,

By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company .
,.' .
HELPING SMALL BUSINESSThat
MEMBER '

store on the corner may not seem te>! ucji>
represents a livelihood to the folks who own jyM o =
NEGRO P TIONALERIC .. prv service and convenience to the people in the nef
Q\\\ Small business ownership is the fulfillment of the American

dream of "being one's own boss" and it provides-Job. 'V

about 30 million people ? tIne
0. SI.PSON.'huIIDI' Editor 4t ecooor., health of a neighborhood Is "';,
'
measured by iiu. success of its small business .'
HILDA .00TEN..Cirulatiu Manager men. They give a community a firm financla ."
base. That is why it is such cause for concert I
that so few Negroes own their own businesses i I
2323 Moncrie! Road Phone (Ellin 4-6782 about one per cent of Negro workers are j jself I
-employed, compared to four per cent a

Mailing Address 1Y, white workers.
,j' r The economic gap which separates Negro citizens from the
white majority won't be closed until Negroes play a greater
P.O. Hoi 599 Jacksonulle, Florida 32201 role In business This la something which should be encouraged

", by all levels government as well as by industry.
MIAMI OFFicE 1TtiW't The federal government had a program which was designedto

help poor persons open their own businesses. Two years
5018 NW 7th Are Pbone 151.3819 ago the Office of Economic Opportunity set up Small Business
Development Centers around the country to make low-cost
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tI loans to such persons and to give them the training and

One Year. $6, 00 Half Year, $4.00 counselling they needed. People went off relief roles and

. Malted to You Anywhere in the United states unemployment lines to open hundreds of small stores in

payable in advance ghetto areas. .
Subscription No bank would have taken a chance on them, but the SBDC
Send Check or Money Order to: r did, and as a result, they became tax-payers instead d

FLORIDA STAR PO, BOX 599 I tax-takers. Although they were high credit risks,their defaultson .
Jacksonville 1. Florida loans was a mere one per cent.
(' Y rit Last year however, the centers were transferred out of OEO
t" and into the Small Business Administration. New loan restrictions
Florida's Redistricting ProblemOne it b-it r went into effect and the new rules with their tighter
restrictions on applicants and types of business to be helped,
: I ;id'
wonders why It is very difficult for ,' +g34' Ov tiTHE have slowed the program. The majority of loans made in the
experienced lawmakers to accomplish with past could not be made today. This policy Is short-sighted at
best and is a severe blow to thousands of who could
speed and dispatch the matter of reapportioning persons
WEAKEST LINK! have regained their economic dependence and strengthenedthe
their I e t i v
res p c e
of Instead of back this
economy ghetto areas. cutting help,
legislatures. Our legislature has been r-- .- - -- --- -- -- --- - -.a
efforts to encourage small business ownership should be
working o n this matter for a long time, 1j expanded.An .

and the end Is nowhere near in sight. 1 1 example of what might be done is a recently announced
omehow this task is condidered one of YOUR Weekly policy in New York ,City. The city's Finance Administrator
the most difficult and politically paip- j 1i said that city funds, which on any given day run from $20-
ful I. 1 100 million will be placed in banks which have branches in
1 the ghetto and which agree to make loans to ghetto businessmen.In .
1
The task is difficult for a number of
order to get the city's deposits, they will have to expand
reasons, since when the lawmakers, get down Horoscope Guide Job opportunities for people in poor neighborhoods, and also
to business and start redrawing congres- loan and
1 provide management advice, teaching merchants in
*
sional d i 1st r I c t lines, they are 1 depressed areas the latest techniques in marketing, sales

understandably prone to be more concerned 1 * 1 and credit.
with what happens to their own particular PABLO The Loans for such businessmen have been hard to get, and sucha
By ASTROLOGER
constituency locale when with the state- ; program can help stabilize the commercial life of the ghettoand
expand Job opportunities there. This Is of course, no
wide picture.In 1 1 substitute for the SBDC programs which were aimed at the
short, no l e g I s I a tor wantsto 1 FOR 1 poor and those who couldn't ordinarily qualify for bank loans,
DAYS
ARE YOUR LUCKY
redistrict himself out of a job. We 1 WHICH 1 but it Is a program which could far-reaching effects and

should I note here that one Florida 1 1 should be emulated by other governmental bodies as well as
legislator has offered to count himselfout. 1 private corporations.
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL i Corporations and successful businessmen
can help too. They
This Is indeed a forthright gesture.
share their
1g 1 can knowledge and experience with struggling
Another problem Is that under the "one
1 storekeepers and small businessmen in the ghetto. Such a
man one vote" principle of representative 1 program has been In operation the Interracial
.-- -- -- - --- -- -- -- -- -- -- .- ----- through Council
government" offers little leeway in the CANCER for Business Opportunity, an organization volunteer business
redistricting matter. This might often ARIES LIBRA CAPRICORN executives and technicians who provide advice and counsel to

require two Incumbent congressmen In the.,- BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT.23rdOCT. ., BORN ,DEC. efforts less experienced can be seen small in many businessmen prospering enterprises.The results 'of their

same district, and this Is not practicu-" 21th- APRIL 19thIt's 22ndJULY 22nd 23rd 22nd- JAN 19th. There are thousands of people who, with a small assist in
to the Incumbents. .
larly pleasant
the form of loans
and
What has priority? What can be counselling, can set up small businesses
Someone has suggested that the. Your Life. No matter how Sacrifices may be made. Life said of all the other signs applies which provide jobs and services to the community, and attain
redistricting should be done by an IBM anybody else feels or thinks,do Decide and Act. One door Is like a bank account.youdraw to Capricorn as well.There economic Independence themselves. It Is high time that

machine, and this Idea is not without not reject an opportunity to cap seems, to lead to complete enlightenment on it too rapidly, there will be is a segment in each that prefers government and Industry gave priority to helping them.
Its italia on your skills or porflt- and the other to utter nothing left for the later years.
to after material ob
charm. At least, the 1 IBM 1 machine wouldn't' able investments. Anyone offering confusion. Be careful If you use it with discrimination go -
very ,
jectives. Others choose to
Itself have any district to lose. you a proposition that about deciding which one to enter and even add to it now and then, the flight of idealism or pursue spirit- Should We Abolish Electoral CollegeFor
Regardless of who is eliminated, our calls on you to take all the mone- for this is a time when mis- you can look forward to a long ual development. Should this
legislature must get the job'done in tary risks may have self-de takes made can never be rectified. period of plenty and security. prove to be a matter that has many years proponents have come out
accordance luslons or ulterior motives to heart and mind Should you be torn by with pros and cons for
with the Court's edict. Hence Once your conflicting to be decided as a final stepin out staid old
there is no need of submitting benefit at your expense. Before are as one, there seems tobe no pulls or desires regarding related self-development, it looks as electoral college.If .
plan that the a reapportionment giving any individual a positive valid reason for you to hesitate, matters, you will be better if the higher-minded will have the United States should abolish the
lawmakers
know answer,consult a trusted friend, off
making demanded
sacrifices
about choosing companionor
your the better of it in the final electoral
will not college then
presidents
pass. partner or advlseus to the wisdom the road that could follow now rather than later when they of the
you
accounting. Power status and
of committing yourself to for the restof your life. Theone could turn out to be too painful wealth u n I ted States will be elected by a
SNCC's Carmichael To Change JobsIt whatever is being offered. A that has the sign success and or ineffectual. Decisions madeon but not can very open often many the special doors, majority of the people In this country.
romance may finally lead to the will undoubtedly the 26th could be the Putting It In different
appeal
prosperity pro- that phrasing the
came as a surprise when It was learned one gives ingress to the ,
altar in the case of some Allans duct
of
to the more material- strength of character presidents will be
that realms of fulfillment and happiness elected by popular
controversial
Stokely Carmichael who have no previous marital minded Cancer tans. which is more in evidence on vote of selected
national SNCC leader, announced he will I tine. -this'-- date representatives from the

not run for reelection as national chairman 7 20 22 1323 '196 1-50-99-16.75-119 390 55 14 35- 315 0./0.' tAQUA t 15 24 G'18 several When the states.U.
of the S. Constitution was drafted
organization #hen his tour of LEOBORN '"''
terminates.The SCORPIO that was the way the several independent
TAURUS JAN.20t..HB.
BORN .
alleged for this JULY23rd'AUG. governments wanted it before they merged
reason decision
OCT.24thNOV.
was BORN into
APRil one big nation.
18th
that the responsibilities of the position BORN .

expended too much of his energies. And 20th-. MAY 20th 22nd 22nd Assets are Indispensable. Remember this occurred In the days when
this well may be true, for most civil Be logical. Miracles do .U Emotions are unstable. When Whether they are of a personal this country was run by the states and
rights leaders I I k e Dr. King and Whars that your heart Choice is ? It couldbe grow on trees. It Is fascinating dealing with unruly youngster, nature or purely material in not the states by the centralized federal
your pushing you and to resortto character can fo fax '
to read about them engaging in speculative enter- you very government.
Carmichael try to cover too much into the uncertain state of mat-
ground. dreams, but Ifs the person prises, or In full pursuit of the without possessing assets of the
Many of these organizations would be rimony. But you may interfere with the drive and energy who pleasures of life, you have to sort that may be considered sub-
more effective if they operated in a with your career, status or the overcomes obstacles and brings remember without execeptlon, stantial If not superior. Before
smaller geographical area, thereby reducIng pursuit of your professional ob- home the bacon. This is tho sort that there are certain limits you undertake anything of Importance THIS WEEK IN
This could be deemedto
the strain on their finances and ligations. of a situation that often occurs over which you venture at your make certain that youare
keeping their organization in the black. be a choice bapploesswlthout under the aspects predominating own risk. This may be the sort full qualified to run the
success or the acquisition of on the 25tlu 2$th. You have the of a day when the statementthat show successfully. Influential
We were not as res sed with material gain without the joy of NEGRO HISTORYJan.
%all and you must either play the "stars impel but do connections in the right places
Carmichael's leadership as we were with living. Each Taurean will have or be called out of the game. not compel" may first have been should be established and cul-
the former dynamic James Farmer to determine, in tne deepest recesses old tivated with all the Ingenuity
orator It's the samo problem related uttered And if you break your
.profundo. Farmer's' thinking was logically of the heartastowhether to your abode, domesticand own resolves or Ideals, you can ''at your command. Aquarians who 22, 1793 Benjamin Banneker, Negro astronomer, helped .
organ I zed and his followers knew where the one Is to be preferred to the o- public relations, and the depend on your conscience to, I are interested in higher learning survey and plan city of Washington, D.C.
ther. Those of who select
enterprise you Impossible situation which they make you aware of the slip in, lor extenselve travel may choose
was
On the heading. the path!) of achievement may 'may have created. Even the financial no uncertain terms. Important 'this date as being propitious for Jan. 23, 1817' Richmond (Va.) Negroes met to oppose U. S.
other hand, Stokely Carmichael! take active measures to gain the In
was factors have to be taken matters may be brought to a the taking of energetic steps colonization plans Liberia.
never quite able to define clearly his necessary recognltlononthe 26th In consideration before you can more successful conclusion when, toward fulfillment. But aim only
black power symbol and-tils movement failed Life cannot be said to be unin arrive at any sort of satisfactory prying eyes and ears are total, as high as you can reach. Avoid Jan. %3, laZl Lett Carey,Baptist minister-missionary-pioneer,

to catch fire. teresting.7.20-77-17 42 923 settlement. Work on them. ly excluded. The Joy of living; overambltlous projects. sailed for Liberia.

A NEGRO SHERIFF SWORN IN GEMINI' 3.60.33'- 19.32.362 heighten 9.60.33.16.53.963 5.40.22.17.66.542' Jan.Cheshire 24, 1910 Ann Todd, Negro actress, born in Hartford,

PISCES England

History was made when BORN NAY VIRGO SAGITTARIUSBORN
recently an Alabama BORN AUG.23r.PT. BORN FEB.19t..IIIR. Jan. 25, 1563 First U.S. Negro Regiment (the 45thorganlzed.)
Negro was sworn In'as sheriff at Tuskegee. 21st- J JUNE 21st NOV.23rd.DEC. 20th

Thus Lucious D. Amerson 33, who defeated 22id Jan. ZS, 1939 Major John R. Lynch, IawyercoofesslDUlfromM1ssis&1w1
the white incumbent in last year's If s Relative. Those of you who 21st Look up, never down. Whether (1873 and 1877), died in Chicago.

election, was the first to take the oath believe that you can improve on Obtain satisfaction. The one IPs a. toss up. It often hap your life companion is at relatively -
office In Alabama since reconstruction. your talents or education by who says nothing cannot be heard. pens that one has to accept unpleasant new or long standing, it Jan. 26, 1928 Eartha Kitt, singer-actress, bona In South'
Amerson has' the going elsewhere or out of the The other who speaks up not only : conditions in order to seems as if you would be well Carolina.
right prospective and he country seem to have good cause receives attention, but he or she 'enjoy a position of power. This advised to pay heed to whateverhe
is not carried away by any blacic power to give the matter the most serious may also obtain results far above could be the nature of the pro- or she suggests. The failure Jan. 26, 1(69 Fifteenth Amendment proposed in Congress,
theories. The new sheriff said, "The only of reflection. But if you original expectations. With this belm that Is revealed on the 25th. to do so could indicate that you giving former slaves the right to vote.
thing I'm interested In Is doing a good are just swayed by the notion in mind, choose your method of For others who are employed, a are falling prey to an old pre-
job. that the ideal Job,pay Ing the best coping with what appear to be I certain uncertainty exists regarding judice, attraction or habit to Jan. 27' 1913 Negro priest, J. J. Plantvlgne, at St. Francis

Naturally, we are concerned about trouble wages, is anywhere but where execellent opportunities should I Job stability and how this your eventual detriment. The Catholic Church, Baltimore, died
you are may be falling for the they come by on the 25th,'6th.I
he might face. "I don't' may affect your futute. Someonewho forces operating on the 26th are
fpresee any common fallacy thatd: tantpastjires Sound planning, of the urgent Is fond of you or who has much more positive In character Jan. 1'7' una George Henry White, last of Negro congressmen
problems of law enforcement than the not, only look, but are. as well as long-range type,should respect for your capabilities and they will furnish strength (of Reconstruction Era) from South Carolina, died in Philadelphia. -
normal problems of raw enforcement said greener. A warm friendship- make quite a difference in how ,I could come up with Just the where it Is most needed The .
Amerson wearing a fresh uniform with that could ripen Into love isllkey well your economic policies are ;i right answer. One seldom knows point marking the value of a
white shirt green trousers and a tan to br struck when the pro working out. This also may be ,what really is going on In the top sound fiscal program and progressive Jon VI, 1934 Mathilda Dunbar, mother of poet Paul Lawrence
western-style hat. per setting and circumstancesare an occasion to accept another I office, but you may have causeto security arrangementsmay Dunbar.dled.
The people of the Tuskegee in evidence. While the Job with a future. It would bring i I worry about it. Big combinesmay now be reached. Instead of
black and white area both moment may be thrilling, the closer the materialization of any be ready to eat up smaller muddling through uninformed It Jan. 28, 1863 H. C. Smith, Journalist, Cleveland Gazette and
must cooperate with the ,lasting qualities of such an attraction dreams you may have had regardlngahlgherstatusandrlcher- ,I enterprises on a greater scale would be better to go to the Ohio legislator: born in Clarksburg W.Va I
new sheriff and back him in carrying out could be open to ques i t than ever. U it affects you, start highest sources of information
the laws. Outside trouble makers should tion. Just make snore way of life. ,protecting yourself so as not to err Jan. 28, 1901 Richmond Barthe, contemporary sculptor bon

be evicted at once. 4.50.66.18.57.456' 830Jl -l9.73.63f. ,,2 .80.44.13.68.284 .1 10 .. 55 .,1$ 92 15 In Bay St. Louis, MIn.PARE .

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NW Division, Concert ChorusOf Rose Bud Garden Circle I Ik


March Of Dimes Allen U


Begins Drive At St. StephensThe

The Northwestern Division for i
the March of Dimes win sponsor Planning Board of St.Step-
its first fund raising drive Saturday hen AME Church, Rev J. S.
in the form ofarcadblock, Johnson, pastor, officers and
from 10 t.m., to 2 p.m., with 1 members, will present the Concert -
band students of the secondary .5 Chorus of Allen University
schools in the county soliciting 1 of Columbia, S.C., in its annual
contributions from passing concert Sunday at 3:30: p.m., in 11 s'SN Sr r'
motorists. the church auditorium.
They will be stationed at Kings The group has appearedthroughout I.iLg
road and Myrtle avenue, Kings the nation, and will be beard
Road andSplres,21standlfyrtle in classics, semi-classlcs,
Avenue, 8th and Myrtle,Florida spirituals and folk songs. Also ) w
Avenue and Union, Florida and appearing will be the chorus of ,,
Il Edward Waters College and soloists -
First, 45th and Cleveland Road,
from the Jacksonville University
45th and Moncrlef aDd 21st at
Daylight Grocery Chorus.
The event is under direction of Members of the planning are:
Ernest Mrs. Earths McGowan, chairman -
Wyatt, band director at 4t
Mrs. Sadie Tillls John I
James Weldon,assisted by Urs. ; ,
Elmira Wilson, Mrs. Mildred Hougabongh, co-chairmen;
White, Roy Singleton, public James S. Genwrlgbt
school teachers. ordinator.
According to Mrs. Dorothy The chorus is under direction
Williams, librarian at James of Prof. John W. Hunter,
MR. and MRS. ALFRED E. MCGEE
Weldon, and chairman of the director of the music
special events,a hair style show department at the school, anda t7i i
will fee presented Sunday at 7:30 Marjorie Guzman Weds graduate of Juillard Schoolof l (
p.m. featuring Chester Aklns Music in New York City.
and his models in the East-West
Ballroom of the Mayflower Alfred Emanuel McGeeMiss R.Y. Daniels
Hotel. Other leading models will tif
Also participate, and a wig will Marjorie Guzman becamethe American Colleges and Uni
be given away as a prlxe. bride AlfredE.McGeeJan- versities. Faculty MembersIn ;
Charles Bynum, representative uary 14 in the home Gertrude Margaret Guzman, twin sister i
from the National Foundation Hotchklss HeynMemorialChapel of the bride, served as maid of
March of Dimes, spoke to 1ft Bethune-Cookman College honor. She wore a white floor RecitalThe N i 1/d/
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the division committees and campus. length gown withgoldaccessor-
saJd/"Out of 80,000bebies born The bride is the duaghter of ites. The groom's best man was
in this city, 5,000 are born with Mrs. Vivian Guzman of Tampa, Nathaniel Bronson. R.V. Daniels Faculty will
birth defects. One of the purposes Fla., and the bridegroom is the The brldemaids,attired In gold present three of its membersIn MEETINGThe Rose Bud Garden Circle held and n,rs. Thelma Session, flower shod
of the March of Dimes is son of Mr.and Mrs.Hodges Mc- floor length gowns with"hlteac- recital on January 31,' 1967 its first meeting recently in the home of chairman. Standing from left are Mrs.
to provide treatment of birth defects Gee of Jacksonville, Fla. cessoritles were Ester Berry, .In the School Cafetorlunt. Mrs. Alma Morris, I IMIO West 21st Street. Lucretia Williams, recording secretary;
scientific research and The bride wore a white full Willie Mae Stevens, Musule Mrs. Cora Johnson, Soprano; Members shown seated from left are Mrs. Mrs. M. H. Steward, Mrs. Fan I
education." length gown complete with ,lei Cisco, Emerelle McNair wad Mrs. Annie Ruth Brown, Con- Pearl Verner, Mrs. Pearl Mitchell I Mrs. Grear, Mrs.. Mary Lucas n e
and train. A Junior majoring in .Sylvia Marian. Little Beverly tralto; and Mr. William D. alse Miller vice financial
president Mrs. Carrie
Spanish, she is a member of Marie Bevels was flower girl. Cannon, Lyric Tenor will be L. ; secretary ; Mrs. Audrey Mickens Mrs.
Mallard
TO FIGHt Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and The ushers were Clarence featured artists for this oc- president; Mrs. 0 e I o r e s Blanch Swan Mrs. Ora Brooks and Mrs.
is listed in Who's Whom American Campbell, Charlie Shivers, casion. Hatten, assistant flower show chaIrMan ; Rosa Cook.
Colleges and'\Tnlversltles.Mr. Joseph Cooper, Bruce Miles, The public Is Invited to attend Mrs Lucretla Williams, recording secre-
IGIVE McGee is a graduating senior Walter Johnson and Willie Wat- this event which promisesto .
reat crippler' majoring In Biology. He is son. They word tuxdx. be one of the cultural high- WEDDING BELLSOtis TEA TIME --- I
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president of the senior class, a Dr. ArthurCharlesworth,Professor lights of the social season.
adults member of Kappa Alpha KappaMu of Rellglonand Philosophy Tickets may be secured from Alexander, 1028 W. UnionSt. Henry Harris Jr., 1322 W. 8th Lily White Lodge 126 will -
Honor Society, Beta Kappa at Bethune-Cookman College, any member of the R.V.Daniels ., 39 and Lula Bell Wiggins, St., 40 and Bernice Boatwrlght, sponsor a Fellowship Tea from CHARITY CARGOESIn
Chi and listed In Who's Who in performed the ceremony. Family. Shellman, Ga., 26. 1322 W, Bth St., 36. 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday In the 1966 Catholic Relief I

Arthur Joseph Johnson, 2426 Frank Hoover Jr., 719W. home of Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Service dispatched from U.S.
I W. Lincoln CL, 45 and Irene Church St., 21 and Dorothy Raglns, 1166 Kings Rd. ports to area of want and distress .
SOCIALLY SPEAKINGWith Harper McCall, 2780RolacRd., Elizabeth Harris, 2023 W. 16th a total of 2,175 ship- I
38. St., 22.John The Women's Day Committeeof menu an average of one
every four hours around the
Louise Guinyaro Harry L. Williams, 1543 Henry White Jr., 1337W. present Grace a Seasonal Baptist Church Tea Sunday will clock,each day of the year!
Florida Ave., 29 and Rosetta 31st St., 32 and Jo Ann at 3:30: p.m., at the church
Plans are underway for the JacksonvilleUrban Alexander and Marie McClain guest. Alberta Brown, 709 Jessie St., Ruth King, 2132 Benedict Rd., Outstanding talent will participate -
League's' third annual dinner i Marie McKeever qualified for consolation 27. 20. on the'program.'

meeting scheduled for Monday evening prize.
February 20,- in Civic Auditorium. Members presjenXIn, addition to prize
William J. Page, Jr Regional Director .,"winners included\ Evelyn Hillman( Beulah r. C.:. .. ,..' ., '
of the Atlanta office, U. S. Departmentof Joyner Anne Mcintosh Lois Iszard afl .
Health, Education, and Welfare will Jerusha D. Crawford, Mildred Christopher, -I
deliver the address. Meltonia McGriff and Ethel Powell. .r. ;
m wa
Clanzell T. Brown Acting Executive 1 I W t
Director of the Jacksonville Urban League, " :: C
announced that reservations for Demetral Wester and Lorraine Danielswere 1-7 > Con g 5! r
the meeting may be made at the League's special guests when Les Elite Bridge ....... omO / Gtillil F

office, 625 West Union Street. Club met in the Ninth Street home of Irma Is I II Clt ,
Murray. C) U ;: C CII
M M t t 4 4 I I to a i f "
Annie B. Jones, V e r m a I McCone, !: t tI tJ
The Forty-sixth> Anniversary Boule of Zeta and Lorraine Daniels victors in the bridge J ;Z 7C JI'tI Q
Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was held recentlyin session. t q ; r71 O f14E --
Louisiana with
Baton Rouge, representa- I
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attendance.Mrs. The Twenty-fourth annual meeting of thwA. <
Capers Bradham (Mildred) Grand L. Lewis Branch YWCA was held recentlyat
Basileus of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Is the Central Branch. rk' Q

one of Jacksonville's I newly acquired Mrs. John Betsch vice president of Afro- c:
citizens. American Life Insurance Company, installed ;

Other Zatas from Jacksonville Included officers. =
Rassie French and Erlene At I back. Officially placed into office were : Ro
"Mobilizing Task Forces For Action In Marvyn Jenkins, branch chairman ; Fannie $' ;
Community Development Programs" was the Bradford, first vice chairman; Clevel D. -1 ) : ,! rC
theme for tha meeting. Isaac, second vice chairman ; Madgeline 6 (A = 1111)) II" )

R. Peters, secretary; and Alverla Davis ...
" assistant secretary.

The Jerome Road home of Catherine T. Elected to a three-year term on the
Jackson provided a lovely setting for the Branch Committee were Mesdames Lottie R. LJze
recent meeting of the Deluxe Circle Broadway' Estella Jones, Clevel I D. Isaac, r..
Bridge Club. R. Peters and Sula Wells. 4 r+ r CC

Guest players included Geneva Wheeler, Elected to the nominating committee were

Virginia Martin Myrtis Thomas, Marie Mesdames Alice L. Griffin Mary Alice z ; o } ', )
McClain. Smith Pearl F. G e 0 r g e, Mary L.
Prizes for outstanding performance in Washington, and Maggie Williams. t k CO
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Miss Marian Sanders Temple Lodge 340 Elects Officers -.

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CHURCH NEWSCENTRAL ''''': '' f :. :
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Echoes and nev.
The Gospel
BAPTIST Ai Sf, Stephen AME L. N. Williams will be pre- .

Rev Joseph L, Chatman, pastor of Second Baptist Church.Coatesvllle sented on program in the Unity
Pa., will deliver the sermons Sunday in Central Missionary Day will be ob- of Faith Church of God Sundayat
Baptist Church for the 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. services. served Sunday in St. Stephen 8 p.m. Other singers in the
The services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with AME Church, beginning with city have been invited attend. : c
Mrs. E. M. Johnson presiding Senior Choir 1 and Usher the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. .
with .
Tucker Board 1 at will the console.serve throughout the day with Mrs. Gussle Wise Madry in Superintendent charge. Arthur 1..4. \ ; I II

Monday at 8 p.m., the deacons and trustees will meet. Tuesdayat Miss Marion V. Sanders, RN, The Traveling Stars and Tra-
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7 p.m., teachers meeting will be held. At 8 p.m., Rev. a graduate of FAMU Schoolof velettes will render a program ::
Benton Griffith will lead the prayer meeting. Thursday at Nursing will be the speakerat Sunday at 8:30: p.m., in African

8 p.m., conference has been scheduled, and Friday at 8 pm., 11 a.m. Universal Church, sponsoredby
Senior Choir 1 meets for rehearsal Miss Sanders will be speak Mrs. Bertha Belle.Refreshments -
on the sublect "Why We Must will also._. be served at

CHURCH OF GOD the end of the program
Services Sunday In the Church of God in Christ 4 will begin
with the Sunday School at 10 with Mrs. Emma Levy in .e.t.

charge, according to Elder W. F. Faust, minister. The pastor '
will review the lesson. The Lincoln Douglas Memorial
Morning service begins at 12 o'clock with Choir I and Usher Association will present it.annual -
Board 1 leading the processional. Minister Charles Reed and program Feb. 13 at 8p.m., II'w
Miss Doris Faust will preside at the instruments.The and sponsored by Stanton Vocational -
Missionary Society will have charge of the morning a School In Its auditorium. .
service, and at 6:30: p.m., the pastor will have charge. I Outstanding talent will participate -
i on program.The public has,
GREATER PAYNE been Invited to attend. n

The Claudia Spencer Women's Missionary Society of Greater ., ,1 ,
Payne AME Church will observe its 50th anniversary Sunday .. .e. : I} ht

during the major services. '. I :
Mrs. Fannie M. Foster, wife of Rev. W. F. Foster, will be A benefit hair style show will
the speaker at 11 a.m. Mrs. Foster is also area chairman of
be presented Jan.29 in interest
the South Jacksonville District Women's Missionary Society.
of the March of Dimes
Chester
She will speak from the missionary theme, "Jet Age of Plenty, MISS MARION SANDERS Akins in the ballroom by of the .. ,"
Wasting and Spending." The missionaries will preside and Motivate Ourselves toward Mayflower Hotel. f y .: l'
Choirs 1, 2, and 3 will serve with Mrs. Helen Cleveland and Action Now?"
The event is scheduled to
Clarence Eagleton at the instruments.A Miss Sanders is currently 7:30 p.m.liew and begin hair ': ;, < .' ') :; :,
entitled "Adam and Eve in the Garden will be exciting : > 5 ; : .
play, employed by the Registry as styles will be shown it ; ; \ : ':" ::;
presented by Mrs. Rebecca Holly at 6 a private and is was an- -t"h, 4* > I' ,,,
p.m. duty nurse, nounced. 1'J'A t '!tI( {. "."." \ ::" ,
affiliated and active in many __ ; '.' :, ., 'I: :, ...' ..:' >1' '':... ,. Ii'!..! :,.,.;'\;'< ..:.
SIMPSON METHODIST profession, social and civic .n "# ,j' ,i'o> '. "/! tJ {" ,w, .I:. .i jc!.5U
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Annual Men's Day will be observed Sunday throughout the organizations.Other Temple Lodge 340 elected
officers for the ensuing year In a Eddie Brown, junior steward Allen James senior
; steward
day in Simpson Methodist Church. talent will also recent meeting. Members :
parti- and officers
shown above are: (front Harold Copeland, treasurer C. W. Cisero senior
Speaker for the 11 a.m., service will be Rodell F. Roberts, cipate in the observance. The Young Women of Allen of row) John T. Ward, Wilbur Holsey Sr., Claron Jackson, Leroy Ullce Anderson, Ernest Pierce; worshipful, master warden; I
and a musical will be presented at 6 p.m. Rev. Joshua Reddick, Mt. Zion AME Church will pre- Williams, James Brundage, Glen W. Peek, Willie Allen, Willie Jackson, junior deacon Lloyd N. Pearson ; James
; Jr.
pastor, will have charge of pulpit rites. Booker T. Pattersonis J. H. Hicks sent the William Raines Chorus Solomon, Dixie Gibbs, John Jordan, Lloyd Bush, and William Charles A. Smith, junior warden William Jackson, secretary, ;
chairmen. in recital Feb.26 at 7:30 in Cuyler, chaplain ; and
p.m, Seconj row, from left: Theodore Smoaks, R. C. Lewis.
Captains' Leader the church auditorium

UNION COMMUNITY Mrs. Lois Roberts, president, Latimore Singers Celebrate ---------------
Union Community AME Church will observe its 47th anniversary For Men's DayJ. has invited the public toattend. Anniversary rI .
and the 5th of Rev. N. McCray, pastor, Feb. 812. Boards and clubs of the church 1 It 0
Ministers and their congregations scheduled to participateare H. Hicks was selected to have been asked to support the I+ Take r
: Rev. E. R. Simpson, Zion Hope Baptist; Rev. S. Gaston, serve as leader of the captainsfor program. e I
First Samuel; Rev. Z. Tyrus, New Hope AME; Rev. J. C. the annual Men's Day cele- cgfpI
Bannerman, Mt. Moriah AME; Rev. R. L. Smith, First bration in Mt. Zion AME'Church f Leave It f
Timothy Baptist; Rev. E. Mobley, St. Matthew AME; Mt. which has been

Olive Primitive, Rev. Rin Johnson, Everson Street, and Rev. scheduled for March 19. He Senior Choir 1 of St. Paul ii L_______________ I
A; J. Warren. will be assisted by Sumner AME Church will present its I MISTAKEN IDENTTTY
Wiles. Fifth Sunday Musical Some months ago this column was written on the topic, "Whoam
WALTERS MEMORIAL According to members of the 6:30 Sundayat I." In that item I was dealing with the all-important matterof
in
the
: p.m., church
Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church will program committee Dr. auditorium. a person's being able to recognize himself what he really
begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with SuperintendentA. Richard V. Moore, presidentat Anthems Is.
spirituals and
B. Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie Brown Jr. Rev.H. Bethune-Cookman College, hymns will be heard This is on the subject that centers upon a person's Image
featuring
C. Archie, pastor, will review the lesson, "Christ's Mission Daytona Beach, has been selected Clarence Felder, A. Johnson i the picture that others see when they look at him.
and Ours." as speaker for the C. A. Willis and Henry First of all, let me say that one's true self is hard to
Morning service commences at 11 o'clock. At 3 p.m., the morning service, and male Mrs. Alice Mcintosh Sheppard is- recognize. The best of cameras fail to get a perfect picture.Is .
pastor has asked all missionaries to accompany the pastor to choruses throughout the city'have the director this the fault of the defect In the focus, the coordination, the
Varick Memorial AME Zion Church to attend the first District been Invited to timing of the operator, or to something else?

Missionary Mass Meeting. The district president, Mrs.Bessie participate. .ee. No matter who you are, you have at times been mistaken for
H. Love, will preside. Evening service begins at 6:30 o'clock. Souvenir programs were issued The Latimore Gospel Singers will celebrate their" 2bth anniversary someone else.. Rich or poor, humble or sophisticated, you
Choirs 1,- 2, end Usher Board 1 will serve with Mrs. Annie to Nathaniel, .Davis, The Latlmore Singers will ob.; Sunday January 30 In' Mr. 'Ararat'Anriex\ at 8:30: have at some time thought someone,you '/knew was somebodyelse. 1/
Mae Davis at the instrument. Monsolee Davis, Rufus Fletcher serve their 20th anniversary p.m. Members of the group are: from left (front row) Lily Was it embarrassing? Funny? Tragic ,

Klllls Bonner, Peter Sunday at 1:30: p.m., in Mt. Burke, Jackie Young, Sonja Stephens, Jean Burke Ann Stephen, Whenever you are mistaken for someone whom you are not,
C. Sloan Hour Missionary SocietyOf Clayton, Chester Cowart,Frank Ararat Baptist Church Annex. Valarle Stephen, Nita Burke, Terry Boyd, Fay Boyd and the It affects you. In some manner or measure you get angry,
Dickson, W. L. Dickson, Dr. The participants are Biven mascot of the group Tena Williams. Second row, Bernard elated, indifferent to some extent. But the fact remains that
To Be Held New Hope To Jean Downing, W.'D. Gasden, Specials, Nathaniel Jackson: and Chuck McClain and Mrs. Alberta Latimore, manager and YOU have thoughts about it-and the OTHERS do It all
Attorney Releford McGriff, Dr. Octovettes, Celestial Gospel founder of the group. The public and all singing groups are -depends upon whom you were mistaken for and who made the
Conduct ServicesThe Charles Mcintosh, Edward
urged to attend. bubu.
Singers, Miss Delphlne _
At Dayspring Lawson Sr., Ezekiel McCoy Cherry, President
Mrs. Gussie Lyndon B. Johnson recently exclaimed, "Why,
Paige Gray and
missionary society of New P. B. Pauline, Robert Peppers, St. Matthew Carllel'sAdelt Jax Beach that's the most horrible thing I have ever laid eyes upon"
Baptist Church Mt.
The second annual Carrie B. Hope AME Church will conduct Oliver Thomas, T. V. Thomas, choir, eastslde. when he saw the portrait of himself which had been paintedby

Sloan Hour will be held Sunday the day services, according Sunday to throughoutthe Mrs.Rosa J. A. Reeves and T. A. Lang. Mrs. Ruth Valdez will serve Church News a renowned artist with much painstaking toll. Was he right
during the Women's Hour of as Mistress of Ceremonies and Choir or wrong identifying his own image?
Johnson of the D. B.
president Barnes
Choir
the Day Spring Association Day. society. M r I. Thelma Edwards will The Beaches Mass Meetingwill Peter and John were going up to the temple to pra-brote.
Mrs. Sarah Rice, presidentof serve as dean of hostesses. be held They met a man on the steps who had been lame from hismother's
During the 11 a.m. service, Sunday at 3 p.m.
Sponsors ProgramThe Elects OfficersThe womb. Peter took him by the hand lifted him
the Emanuel Progressive Mrs Eliza Rich Wise will be in St, Andrews AME Church, up,
Association Women's Depart- B-CC Scene Jacksonville and the man went inside leaping and praising God. But ever
the and Mrs. Allie Beach
ment, will be the speaker and speaker, solo- D. B. Barnes Choir will Adult Choir of Mt,Carmel The ministers and churches afterward he was a controversial figure. For different ones,
Maxwell will be
the Ladles Chorus will render Fay guest sponsor a program Sunday at Baptist Church elected officers seeing him, said, "Is not this he that sat at the door of the
ist. Rev. Z. L.Tyrus,minister, 2:30 In Sweetfield Baptist i participating are: Rev. W. M. '
: p.m. Of Convocation temple and begged'John ?/
the
music. for the 1967.
has invited the public to attend. year Robinson, St. Andrew; Rev. E.
Church. The officers are: Mrs. GraceL. D. Ballard, Mt Moriah, Sun- the Baptist was in Jail, in "death row" awaiting the
Bishop Edgar Love, the Anderson, president; Mrs. beam; Rev R. J. Arnold, executioner's axe. Hurriedly, he sent some of his converts
Resident Bishop of the Atlantic .1 Carrie Styles, vice president; Roberts Mt. Pisgah, Atlantic to find Jesus whom he had Introduced to the public as "The
NOW! Coast Area, which includes ;Mrs. Helen Hampton, secre- Beach, and Rev. Richard Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world." "Ask him,
Florida, Alabama, Mississippiand i tary; Mrs Loreatha Henry, Bethel, St. Paul, Mayport. Officers said he, "Are you the one who should come, or must we look
Georgia Conference of The ;assistant secretary; Mrs. Ruth will be elected for the for somebody else/" Strangely enough, he did not say yes or
4 LOCATIONSTO Methodist Church, issues call i Gresham, treasurer; Freddie .new year. no. He simply said in answer, "Look at me and what I am
SERVE YOU to the ministers and laymen Jacob, business manager; Mrs.G. doing; then go back and tell John what you have seen and heard."
to assemble at Bethune-i L. Wiggins, sick committee xxxxxxx Two lonely, disappointed men were on their way back to their
3118 Edgewood Ave W. Cookman College on Saturday, i chairman; Mrs. Rosella Cleve- hometown of Emaeus, talking about the exciting week-end they

3701 EMERSON Jan. 28, at 9:30: a.m., for the land, reporter; Mrs Priscllla Usher Board 2 of First Baptist had Just had in the big city of Jerusalem. Absorbed in their
second Bishop's Convocation i Smith, organist Church, Jacksonville Beach, conversation and deeply concerned about their dispoodent
. ._ .. _._. _.. 830 CASSAT AVE. The theme of the Convocationis Members are: Calvin Gissen- will observe Its 10th mood, they scarcely noticed the "stranger" who had drawn
"Witness and Live. tanner, Mrs. Sammie Lee anniversary Feb. 23 in the close.to them and had Joined in the conversation was their

I _______________________ 1824 WEST BEAVER The keynote challenge will be Glssentanner, Mrs. Margie church auditorium. best friend, their Master, whom they loved above all else on
delivered by Bishop Love and Odoms, Mrs. Marie Perkins, Rev S. L. Badger, pastor of the earth. Only after they had decided to have supper and spend
FRESH FROZEN his theme will be "Sent Men Mrs. Tricia Lee Cant and Mrs. Emanuel Baptist Church, will the night together did it dawn on them that it was a case of
Witnessing in An Unbelieving Edison Glssentanner. deliver the message Mrs Adell mistaken identity.
GOLD BAND 10 C World." Tie music will be Williams, president, has extended "What do you make of me?/ This is the question most-
35 an invitation to the public frequently asked in one way or another-by word, or feeling
TURKEYS 12 Ib to attend. or thought- s we Jostle one another on this crowded road of
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Brooke Swearing-in Recalls Wilkins Announces In Great Britian Press Workshop Participants Phi Delta Kappa


I Chagrin Of His Predecessors Legislative Goals Sees IncreaseOf "" "f''''"6., Slates Plans For


WASHINGTON->-Edward w. Brook, who was sworn In For Civil Rights Racial ViolenceLONDON p'4t ,:
as the only Negro U.S.Senator In this century hopefully will be Spring ActivitiesThe

spared thneDUonsolbistwoNecropredecessor.1n tbeSenate. -{NPI)>- A sociologist -
*.
C.
WASHINGTON D. -
The two Hiram four after Revels' has warned of Increasing
were Rhodes years term must move behond existing laws National Sorority of Phi
Revels and Blanche KelsoBr i e, ended, served a full six-year until remalningbarrier to violence In Great Britain, Delta Kappa a naUooalteacber'
both term.A every unless demands of black newcomers
Mississippi .
Republicans full equality for citizens Is organization, has I
who served In the 187Vs. Republican, Bruce was levelled to the ground said are met. released plans for the group's
Revels and Bruce weresubject- snubbed by his Mississippi NAACP Executive Director Roy' Great Britain has long prided spring activities which will
ed to humiliation, abuse and league. Sen. James L. Alcorn, Wilkins chairman of the Leadership Itself on being a country free Involve the entire sorority
Senate debate over whether as at Brute's oath-taking. Alcorn Conference on Civil of racial discriminationor comprising founders, national
Negroes they were fit to serve had fought In the Confederate Rights in a statement released turmoil. Like other officers and the constituency
In that .eclslative&; body. Army but managed after the here Jan. 12. j Europeans, Britons have denounced of the 67 chapters across the
When Brooke was sworn in,he war to ally himself with the The Conference composed of- U. S. racial discord, nation.
was escorted by Sen.Edward M. Republican Party. some 100 national civil rights, with an attitude of "It can't Mrs Mabel S. Bouldln
Kennedy (D-Mass.), who! Is not Bruce joined Northern Republicans church, labor, civic and minor- happen herSociologist.." Supreme Baslleus of Chicago
of Brooke's party. in an effort to breakdown ity group organizations met Daniel Lawrence nu will preside over the!;
But Bruce was snubbed by his Southern white supremacist here Jan. 10-U. to consider Us reminded them, not only thatIt Executive Council Meeting
white-skinned Mississippi Se- practices legislative objectives for the j was "happening here" but scheduled for the weekend fl.'
nate colleague who burled himself But he felt he was being "pa 90th Congress which opened this that they could expect more Feb 11, 12. 1967 at the Statler
to a newspaper rather than tronised" by his white Yankee week. (outbreaks of racial violencein t t Hilton Hotel In New York City.
I escort Bruce down the aisle to friends and once protested that Mr. Wilkins went on to say years to come. rC'I The Eastern Regional Conference
take the oath. Negroes.had been freed from "we were encouraged when "Violence is likely" by 1990, I will convene the
This is a traditional courtesy slavery only to come under President Johnson urged Congress he said, if the country's increasing weekend of April 28, 29!, 30,
by an Incumbent political to the Republican ,( number of nonwhltes.are 1967 at the
Senator to a bondage to complete some of the t Cherry Hill Inn to.
freshman senator from the Party. unfinished business of the denied equal economic and .* Cherry Hill, New Jersey with
same state. In 1888, be received 11 delegate last session but It has become educational opportunity and Eta Chapter of Camden, New
Revels who took office in votes for the vice Increasingly evident that In the nondiscriminatory housing. Jersey serving as the hostess

1870, was greeted Washington ,presidential nomination at the fight for civil rights the estab- Nonwhites will number 9 percent Four of the persons whoplayed key roles In the recently held press workshop> sponsored by The group
by a newspaper headline Republic National Convention lishment and enforcement of (, of the population by then, Los Angeles Sentinel are shown above. The annualaffalr attracted several hundred presidents The Second Far Western Regional
he said
darkly' proclaiming "Novel rights In law Is not enough. and press chairmen from civic and social clubs, fraternities and sororities and fraternal Conference will be held
Scene in the Senate Chamber I George Champion, "No legislative program can ,will The black population Britain the groups in the Angel City. Left to right, Mrs Leon Washington, Sentinel business manager and the weekend of March Sl-Aprll '
probalby challenge
Radicals Fraternizing With the wife of the 2, 1967 at the Hilton Hotel In
move very far inCongress unless paper's publisher; Chuck Smith director special market activities Royal Crown
Sable (that Is, Negro) Legislator National Chairman there are substantial re- (existing pattern within the next Cola Co., Columbus Ga., who was the principal speaker; Mrs Jessee Mae Beavers, Sentinel San Francisco Calif with Beta.
30 he said "in the same
years ,
." Nu Chapter of San Francisco .
forms in rules. Our Immediate i women's editor and workshop chairman and Jim Goodrich, Sentinel editor. Smith, who has
An anti-Revels block tried to concern is with the Senate's way United Negroes are doing In the been with Royal Crown Cola since 1963,is a graduate of the State University of Iowa's graduate serving as hostess
keep him from being seated on UNCF CampaignNEW Rule 22. For many years that sounded States at this moment"It school of journalism and is a former Wall Street Journalism Newspaper Fund Fellow at the The MidwesternRegloaalCon-'
the basis of alleged "flaws"In rule has permitted a minority much the same 'University of Minnesota Graduate School of Journalism and is a frequent ference will meet the weekend
his elections and an improper YORK The appointment thwart the will of Congress.. as in the UnltedStatesasHome consultant throughout the country. press workshop of March 17, 18, 19,1967'.at

"seal" on his election of George Champion as the success of our efforts to Secretary Roy Jenkins urged ..... the Sheraton-Dayton Hotel with
certificate. national chairman of the 1967 1 the employment of more colored Beta Delta Chapter of Dayton
see the enactment of social welfare ,
Later, they simply attacked United Negro College Fund> andclvil rights programs... magistrates policemen, firemen Appeals Court 4 Negro PriestsConsecrated Nursing Homes Ohio serving as the hostess
Revels on a racial basis Sen. 'campaign was announced by will be determined in large and ambulance men.
Garrett Davis William T. Gossett chairman Industry and labor have been At Plies for the Southern
a Kentucky measure by our success in obtaining Orders
Democrat, said it was "cer- 'of the Fund's board of directors.Mr. a reform of the procedural discussing! a proposal for a SpeedIn Are ApprovedFor Regional Conference meeting:
talnly a morbid state affairs" Champion, who is steps needed to move non-dlscrlmlnation clause in Divine WordBAY also during March, 1967 will
to consider a Negro as U. S. chairman of the board of the these bills through Congress 'government contracts. Mixing be released In the near future.
Jenkins called for the ST. LOUIS,Miss-{(NPI- MedicareNEW
Senator. Chase Manhattan Bank, "We therefore call upon allSe- Mrs. Marion H. Bluitt of Beta
Revels served only a month, succeeds Dudley Dwell, president tutors who support our fight for strengthening of the race relations Four Negro seminarians from Chapter Washington, D. C.
as be was filling out an un- and chief administrative equality to vote for a change In board, which deals with NEW ORLEANS- (NPJThe the Seminary of the Divine! Word ORLEANS- (NPI)>- Eleven national conclave coordinator
expired term. officer of New York Life Rule 22 so that It will be easierto those who incite racial hatred, United States Fifth Circuit were consecrated by New Orleans' nursing homes In the has recently released elaborate
Bruce who came to the Senate Insurance Co. As the Fund's end a filibuster and allow the but said he does not expect Court of Appeals In New Orleans Archbishop Philip M. vicinity of the Crescent City plans for the national conclave
national campaign chairman majority to enact laws whose the present session of Parlla.- ordered the public school Hanon on Jan. 6. along with -which have never before received meeting In session at the Jung
S. C. Launches Mr. Champion will direct 250 necessity they know as well as ment to have an opportunity system of Monroe and East three others one from the Negroes In their care- Hotel In New Orleans Louisiana -
to do anything about it. Baton Rouge parish to entirely PhUiplne Islands. *
from Aug. with
community-wide appeals conducted : we do. have opened their doorsto 8-11,1967
volunteers Britain where racial discord desegregate all parts of their The four were the Revs. Alpha Theta Chapter of New
by 7,000 On Congressional action a- persons of all races,creeds
Five-Year During the past two decades against Representative Adam wasn't supposed to happen has system including pupils, facilities Raymond Jones, New Orleans; colors and religions and have Orleans La. as hostess The
the has raised turned Into a cauldron of both faculties and extracurricular Terry Steib and John Oubre Executive Council Meeting will
organization Clayton Powell the statement thus been approved for
NAACP Program more than $95 million to assist said 'subtle and violent hate. activities Vacherle, a small river town Medicare and receive federal be held on Monday: evening
London's tough Netting Hill The Court also decreed that near New Orleans; and Cecilio Aug. 7 at the Hotel
I its 33 member colleges and "The action of the House in funds. 1967 Jung
COLUMBIA "Operation M universities. Money contributedto connection with Adam Clayton district has been wracked by the children of Negro parents J, Jaymes also from Vacherle. These are Forrest Manor preceding the opening of the

tM," a five-year combinedmembershlpandmoney the Fund Is used by these Powell will measured against j racial clashes and resistanceto who were In uniform and serving IntegrationCHICAGONPI Covington; Lacombe Nursing general sessions. The conclave

campaign I predominantly Negro institution the steps Congress now takes dark-skinned newcomers in in the army at Barksdale' Home, Lacombe; Slldell GuestHouse committee predicts the greatest -
for the 1 to edjcatlonal to industrial areas has been Field near Shreveport In Bossier SlldeU Plantation and the most stimulating
NAACP has been expand establish a uniform code of >- A $10,000 ; Nursing -
launched by the South Carolina I programs bolster scholoarshlp ethics standards of conduct marked by violence. City must be entered Into grant has been given to Integrated Home, St. Bernard Parish; conclave ever, followed with
NAACP State Conference of i aid to nearly 19,000 needy and rules of procedure. Christopher Brltton 17, was .the Dossier Schools without any Education Magazine by Poydras Manor Poydras; an 8-day trip Jamaica visiting
Branches i students. Improve faculties and "If Congress believes as we sent to a reform shcool after discrimination. The schools received the Field Foundation of New Willow Wood Home for Jewish Kingston Monteeo Bay IIId Ocbo
The state has established feasible 1 build library hokLngs. do, that a member should not he was found distributing federal funds due to the York. Aged, Algiers; Manhattan Nursing Rlos,
1 membership goals for the Long active In civic and use public funds for private j pamphlets saying" "Blacks not presence of the children on the The magazine which reports Home Harvey; MetairleGeratrlc
67 branches In South Carolina, I educational affairs, Mr. activities then this principle wanted here field but want to keep away from on the status of school Integration unit, Metarle; and St.
J based on both present totals I Champion Is a director of the should be adopted as a rule of The young laborer however the schools attended by white is edited by Meyer Anne Convalescent Home. FIGHT CANCER
and n>adult Negr population J Greater New' York,Fund;.on Congress and strictly.enforced: was fred after .a panel of three children Weinberg. Arab.
figures. The five-year campaign I the Advisory Council of the against all members. :Judges' found he had not iechni
,
Is designed to escalate I Graduate School of Business "If Congress believe as we !cally violated Britain's 1965
'- the present 10,000 membership I Columbia Urdversity; a member do, that seniority should not Race Relations Act.
1 annually to 50,000 members I of the Advisory:>> Board of be controlllrg in determining Two members of a British
In 1972. I the: Amos Tuck School of committee chairmanships It faclst group were recently arrested

Rev. I. DeQuincey: Newman I Business Administration: Dartmouth should set standards of con on similar grounds and
South Carolina NAACP field College; and a directorof duct for all committee chairmen are awaiting trial.
I director says, "I've always Youth Development Inc. and deny chairmanships Britain has approximately 800,
believed that if you set your to all who fail to live up to such j 000 black subjects, out of a total SUPER NlARKEtS
of 54 million. More
population
sights on a particular target, standards... {
you're sure to get closer to I If enrollment 01the Tampa "We therefore call upon Congress than half are West Indians who .
the bull's eye. This way by Campus of the University of to adopt a code of ethics [arrived 12 years ago during a
rallying state support behind South Florida reaches Its expected for all of Its members to f serious sugar slump in their THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGE WOOD AYE.

our program I think we can 10,000 In September democratize Its rules of procedure homeland.
be pretty sure of reaching our tCoal. new university will facea and to set standards of Many of the persons who have
.." L serious classroom shortage conduct for all committee :suffered from racial hate have
chairmen" been dark-skinned Immigrantsfrom SUGAR CURED SMOKEDPICNICS
I India and Pakistan.


Royal Art Studio 'Silent Yoles'WOI't :I middle-class In the had Royal to Leamington area arm,themselves the immigrants Spar- 4 .to AVG.6LB. LB. 3 9 C


Do Says against property damage.
Sikh sbopowners from India :

STILL TAKING have armed themselves with ,
:
; l Rep. ConyersCHICAGO double-barreled shotguns and

; I announced they would shoot

(NPI) Rep. John raiders. '
; TENDER SLICED
INSTANTPICTURES Conyers Jr. (D-Mlch,) has
warned Negro Americans Demo Chairmam 'LJ37C

against; staying away from the
polls in a "silent protest vote Names New BEEF LIVER
against a racist and discriminatory -

society.;' Special< Assistant
: "That form of protest is so '

silent that no one ever hears
1 It," be said. "The only way WASHINGTON
Americans change jChairman MAXWELL HOUSE
i Negro can John M. Bailey announced last
the Is to enter political !
system
week the appointment of Cris '
life and make our presence obal P. Aldrete 42, of Austin i
; '
New Location felt," he said.
Tex I as Special Assistant to
"We must organize and COFFEE
:
the Chairman for Mexican- 59
educate ourselves for effective CAN
.
American and Spanish Speaking

21st & Myrtle Ave. political"Negro' action Americans," be added must J Political Bailey said Affairs.Aldrete-ji post, ,"r,. i,;

register and vote
effectively the first new.position to be
'I SAME PHONE 354-1894 in every election created: at the Committee since .
-
"Only If we use our political
l'
rights fully will we pin economic the 1964_ campaign, will_be_partof WESSON j.
-- -- the Minorities Division ..
and social freedom 1
"While our brothers in the headed by Deputy Chairman LIMIT'' 1 WITH $$5,00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
You Don't
Have To Co To Town 'To Get Louis Martin. ,
risk their lives for the
south "A major part of Mr.Aldrete'sJob .*
OIL I 24 OZ. 3
right to vote, surely we in will be to stimulate registration 9c
LOW the North can bestir ourselvesto
PRICES register and vote when we workshops drives among and lead Spanish-political BOTTLE

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don't have to face those dan
speaking people throughout (the
DRUG STORE NEEDS gers. country" Bailey said. .- ,
"Though obstacles FRESH PORK ROAST r 33Cu.
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I are "Most of his efforts" Bailey lB.
t placed In our way, we cannot added, "will be concentratedin

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store claim Clarke or we mobs have to face.Sheriff Jim Southwest and Western states S. # 1 POTATOES 10 lB BAG f'" 39t
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL including California, Arizona,
Conyers stressed the
Importance
-
Papers We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions of Inlocal New Mexico, Texas and
Negroes

elections since "city voting government Colorado.He said"Aldrete will begin BLUE BIRD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2-8 OZ. ,. 25*

directly handles those work at the Committee Jan. 30.

Dixie Pharmacy programs Immediate which effect have on specialand Negro is A lawyer Special Aldrete Assistant currently to HOLSUM WHITE BREAD 2 LACE LOAVESJ![ 25*

Americans
the Regional Director of the .
1302 Hist Reed At Myrtle Amu "We cannot possibly get from Office: of Economic Opportunity if .
FLA.
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our elected officials the kindsof In Austin. A MEDIUM EGGS DOZEN IN CARTON *
leading to better
programs A native of Del Rio, .
I Phi IS Eltii 555993 education, housing and welfare Tex., Aldrete served as City
programs if we don't show up Commissioner there from PUREX BLEACH K GALLON 25tSATURDAY
on election day and vote for
1912-68. He also has been Del
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER those who support those pro- Rio city attorney and Val Verde
grams. To get our civil rights JEWEL SHORTENING
must County attorney At one time 3 LB. CAN 594
we fulfill
civil '
our
AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE responsibilities. be was a member of Senator

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City Council Says Jargon Receives AF Medal PredominantlyNegro Busy Young Man


"Slums Must Go" e r-- City May Campus NewsBETHUNECOOKMAN


NEW ORLEANS -(NPI)- The
Get
Negro MayorGARY
city council says It is going COLLEGEDr.

to do away with the low housing i
conditions which have prevailed IncI. -NPJ- This pre. Richard V. Moore president Bethune-CootmauCoUege
in the city for years. Many 6 dominantly Negro city stooda I announced a grant of $10,000 from the Kresge Foundation
good chance of
getting &
houses, rented to the poor at of Detroit, Mich.
exorbitant rental prices have t Negro mayor as Attorney d. This grant is toward the full payment In financing the new
been way below standard and Richard Hatcher, 33, announced r John O. Gross Science Building, which cost approximately
that he would seek the
declared unfit for years for Democratic nomination for 600000000.
human habitation.
mayor.
In most instances the toilets
Hatcher, a member of the
are outhouses. There have been FLORIDA MEMORIALNine
Gary City Council and Its
hot water water inside f
BO no .
former president, is legal advisor
the houses and no facilities of the Gary NAACP students from Florida Memorial College have been selected
for taking even a cold bath. branch. for publication in "Who's Who Among Students In American

Most of the houses have been Running for office in a 58. Universities Colleges"".The nine students chosen we re: Mr.
infested with rats, roaches and per-cent Negro city Hatcher Edward A. Blanden President the Student Government Association
other pests able to live in the said his campaign would cut from Arcadia, Fla., a major in English; Mr. Calvin
.
warm, moist climate. w.... __ across racial lines. Bromfield: from Jamaica,West Indies a major in English; Miss
Now the city council says the SLUG-JAXON RECEIVES The contest, he said, "will Jerelene Brown, from Hawthorne Fla., a major Elementary,
landlords must provide sanitary SUMTER S. C. -Airman First Class Alfonso Hudson (right), not resolve itself into a black Education; Mr. Tom Diamond, from Pompano Beach Fla., a
dwellings with inside plumbingand son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hudson of 5405 Paris Ave., Jack and white campagin." major In English; Miss Mary L. Lee, "Miss Florida Memorial
toilets with running and sonville, Fla., receives the U. S, Air Force Commendation Hatcher: who seeks to unseat College", from Jacksonville FIa.a majorlnMuslc;Mrs. VivianD.
hot water available. It has declared Medal at Shaw AFB, S. C., from Colonel Hunter S. Coad, Incumbent Mayor A. Martin Lee, from Start, Fla., a major in English; Mrs. Bette W.

that the tenants them deputy for materiel Ninth Air Force. Kate In the May 2 primary, Strickland, from St. Augustine, Fla., a major In English; Mr.
selves must cooperate by (U.S. AIR FORCE PHOTO) said It was "time to change James Henry Sullivan, from Fort Myers Fla., a major in English -
keeping the premises clean and '
-- .
gross Inequalities and racial
clear of rubbish and FRANKLIN DAVID has been given the Important role of "One

Severe penalties have trasb.1 World News Digest Governor Comes To injustices It is time that all people Boy" (Calvert Smith) in the Jazz opera, "Land of Milk and HOWARD UNIVERSITY
provided for Honey," composed by WUlJam Russo,composer-arranger-con
black and white "have the .
tenants who break the Aid Of Jim Crow to know, one another opportunity ductor of international fame, which premieres Jan. 29 in St. WASHINGTON D. C. Howard University officials recently
and the council is asking for TOWARD RE UNION and work together for the, James Methodist Church, Chicago. Other production will be announced the availability of fellowships In the fleM of modern--
full implementation and LAGOS -(NPI)- Nigeria, once School Fund greatness of Gary" be said presented at the Englewood Urban Progress Center,Feb.3, and African Languages which cover the full cost of tuition and fees,
inspection. touted as Africa's best exampleof St. James Cathedral Feb 4, both in Chicago plus a basic stipend of $2,250 for the September 1967-June

an independent and sovereign BATON ROUGENPI)- The 1968 academic year.Twelve.month '
Separate Voter nation, will not be split into Jim Crow grant-ln-ald school NNPA Sees More RELIGION fellowships carrying an additional stipend,are
four separate entitles, as it fund wherein student In given NAACP Aids available to doctoral candidates.In addition payments to dependents
Lists AttackedNEW seemed following the revolution $2 a day to enable him to attenda Racial Unrest In the amount of $600 each may also be made as well as
which broke out last year. Instead privately-owned and segregated funds for travel to and from the University.

ORLEANS <(NPIThe it Is moving toward a school-was given a shotin MIAMI Fla. -NPJ- The lossof Victims Of ANDRACE The fellowships are being offered under Title VI of the National
U. S. Justice Department last confederation of four regions the arm last week by Gov.McKeithen. momentum In the civil rights Defense Education Act by the Graduate School's African Studies .
week filed motions in federal (East, West North, Midwest), and it may live for movement since the passage of BurRed Home and Research Program.
,courts in both New Orleans and under a weak central govern- the balance of the school year. the 1965 Voting Rights Act"can
Baton Rouge attacking the alleged ment. Prior to last year's The fund poverty-stricken lead only to further unrest and LOVE THY NEIGHBOR VIRGINIA SEMINAR
posting of separte voting events, it had been operating and destitute a suit attacking frustration among minority NEW YORK Roy Wilkins, CHICAGONPI)- Ththe e

lists. One list is said to contain at a federation with a strong its constitutionality is in court, groups" the National News executive director of i National Conference of Dr. M. C. Sutherland, president of Va.Seminary and College
the names of those regularly central government. white and Negro organizationsare paper Publishers Associationhas National Association for the Christians and Jews is sponsoring announces that for the first time in Its 81 history 100 worthy and
registered in several parishes on its back throughout the declared. Advancement of Colored People a five-Tuesday metro deserving students will be offered scholarships to the Lynchburg
EQUALITY IS WORD has urged Police Com politan area seminar aimedat
and the other those placed on state, and no funds were permitted NNPA, at its mid-winter work. School.
the Toting list by federal TEHRAN - examiners. Iran, !the word is "complete Following a visit to the racial prejudice must be to launch a "complete investi- make "Chicago an Open City' In an effort to live up to the college's commitment to fulfill

In many parishes in Louisiana equality" for women, accordIng governor by a large prcu? of attacked with renewed vigor gation" into the explosion which The Seminar will convene each one of America's greatest needs, Dr. Southerland launches the
to a drive launched by the ripped through a Negro family's Tuesday, beginning Feb. 14, in
for years Negroes have men, women and children from and determination" college's new three year plan. Virginia Seminary and College
National Iranian Women's Organization Plaquemines Parish Perez The Brooklyn home Saturday night, the Lecture Center Building was organized and is
been unable to register and ( predominantly Negro supported by the Virginia Baptist State
,rote and lately federal headed by Princess country), the governor founda group urged "the adoption of Jan. 14. Chicago Circle Campus University Convention Support for the institution Is also received from
came into t the state and Asbraf, twin sister of the Shah way to bypass the law and a positive program to assure Mr Wilkins said he called of Illinois Among Baptist Church Organizations In Virginia North Carolina,
of Iran. Aim of the drive !Is to for a probe of the Incident panelists will be Albert Raby
give the fund added that anti-poverty funds Alabama West
registered qualified Negroes.The an $150,000 reach councilof Tennessee Virginia, District of Columbia,
parishes (counties) con- give Persian women a chanceto for the remainder of Ca year. the designated areas and the which shattered windows and convenor. Coordinating Maryland, New Jersey New York, Ohio Pennsylvania, Mas-
cerned were East and West become a real force in the Private schools have sprungup poor themselves.Efforts shouldbe cracked walls in the recently Community Organizations .chusetts, Indiana, Illinois Connecticut and California.
Fellclana Plaqueroines East country to assert their own over the state In such large made in 1967 to Increase purchased home of Jacques Chester Robinson director The college endeavors to expose the student to its philosophy of
Carroll and Ouachlta. Practically rights and promote humanItarian numbers that the funds allotted Negro income by more than OVerdlep, 29, In the predominantly West Side Organization,Warren Self-Help and Spiritual Independency and provide a type of education -
all on the federal lists aims.COMMON had been used up. Many are 10 per cent-$27 billion to $30 white East Flatbush Bacon assistant director Industrial that develops Christian character and Initiative
and said to be getting these funds billion-by expanding and encouraging section "because of possible relations. Inland Steel
are Negroes only one fairly
"
MARKET racial overtones. Corporation. Such topics of ,
Monroe is who are in good financial condition Investment and employment
large city BRUSSELS -NPI-! Algeria and able to send their Assistant Fire Marshall Max discussion are "Never
concerned.SSA Morocco and Tunisia-the three children to these schools The newspapermen opportunities supportedthe Herer In a preliminary Inspection "What Price Disobediences" L. I I. NAACP World Of BooksBy

Denies Independent African nations that without public assistance. right of Rep. Adam Clayton of the two-family "Love What Neighbor?' LOUISE DUMETZ
comprise North Africamaysoon The schools and their Powell (D-N. YJ) to "represent dwelling purchased by Over "Where Are the Jobs?' and Youth Assail P.
Bias Charges become members of the teachers in man y instances his district and take his rightful diep at 5023 Beverly Rd., said "Is Good Will Enough?'
BALTIMORENPI) European Economic Community have been said to be way under seat In this Congress." that in his opinion! the damage MOJO HAND. By Jane Phillips.
Social Security Administration The EEC's permanent par. ,While the group hailed his was "done by professionals." BIBLE INSTRUCTOR Fire Co. Bias New York: Simon and Schuster.
has denied charges that It discriminates association of civil servants actlvlUe :as chairman: of the Overdicfi has"purchase<1 the MONROVIA -<( PIM I., I Jane Phillips is 22 and talent
in its hiring pract- has proposed to the council of Negro Children powerful House Education and house for $31,000 with a down Alyce June Bruton, Union, N. e,' She Is also In complete revolt -
ices. According to Louis ministers that the Common Labor Committee, It did not payment of $5,000. J. has arrived in Liberia as HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. -Members against conformity, status
Zawatsky a deputy assistant Market negotiate association urge that be reinstated to that Overdlep, a member of the a Christian Service Corpsmanto of the New York State seekers, limitations to individual
commissioner, 18.4 per cent agreements with the three African Quietly Integrate position. NAACPs Flatbush chapter Is teach the Bible in the public NAACP Youth Division last freedom. Livinginaiatmosp-
of the administration's exam I nations, for financial and a machinist and anelder in schools of this capital city. A week picketed the home of here that bespeaks steady rebellion
tiers. technical assistance AII- White School his church, and had plannedto Baptist Mrs. Bruton Is one of Hempstead, L. I.,Mayor WalterB. she parades the inevitable
Feb. 6 Deadline move with his wife, Shirley three members of the Christian Ryan following the Village trousers strums the inevitable
BOGALUSA -NP1. Here in and their three boys on Sunday. Service Corps to be sent abroad. Board's refusal to consider guitar and seeks thetranscient
I this town once torn by racial Meanwhile Mrs. Gloria Man- Negro protests against the all- adventures of a creative rebel.
s Jsf strife, and demonstrationsa Far Writing ago president of the NAACPs FAILURE CHARGEDLOS white volunter fire de- MOJO HAND is areveallngde-

group of Negro children Flatbush chapter, visited the ANGELESNPIThe partment. scriptlon of the murky world of
ranging In age from 6-18. Contest Entries Over .ep family and offeredto theollgical seminaries of the Gerald Taylor state president the blues which exist In Negro
quietly without fanfare noiseor assist them >in every way United Presbyterian Church of the Youth Division, led the ghettos of the South.Surprisingly. .

Incident, integrated an erst- The Governor's Committee possible.The were charged with "falling to demonstrators In picketing Miss Phillips Is
on
while all-white school. The I Employment of the Handicapped Flatbush branch of the eliminate t jacial* prejudices ant! Ryan's home after the Mayor able to create the drama of a
children had been ordered NAACP and discrimination. the accusation and Village Board contended world
entered I lias extended its deadline to the Rugby NeIgh- Making which is entirely new to
by court. I February 6 for receiving writ* borhood Housing Council helda was the Rev. James they had no power to order the her. She had never knovn 'the
They came to register for the Edward Jones of the1,300member fire department to integrateits
j Ing contest entries for state and mass meeting Wednesday pastor world of MOJO HAND untilshe
second semester. They quietly I national awards. Dr. James F. night Jan. 18, at the YMHA Negro West. membership.The went to Raleigh as part of the
filed into the school walking I Carr:: Board of Regents, coordinator center 555 Remsen Ave, to minster Presbyterian Church. volunteer fire department movement.Her .
in single file, were registered 4 for the contest has solicit community support.City He called upon the seminariesto regulations require that skilled descriptive writing -
and placed in various classes. I announced.The Human Rights Commissioner "alter present practices six: firemen must sign the application suggests that she may 'be
It was near this school that committee's writing contest William H. Booth addressedthe which have not included Negroes of any man seeking one of the very good writers of

I I II the first Negro deputy sheriff t: is open to all nth and 12th meeting. and other minority racial or admission. her generation She does not.
was murdered as he drove his The who ethnic in significant The Mayor during a heated
I grade public and private high Overdleps presently groups write social comment, she represents -
I II' I I auto through a lonely stretch school I students in the state. live in three-story tenementin numbers on the faculties and exchange In which he called life as she interpretsand
[while on duty in June, 1965. 'Theme of this year's contestIs Bedford Stuyvesant, said in student bodies." Taylor a "punk" and threatened experiences it. And having
i "Handicapped Workers they would repair their to "put down with guns"any completed MOJO HAND she Is

fla State Fair Seen ',". Community Assets". The damaged home and go ahead RENEWED DRIVE future disorders refusedto now at work 011 a Dove which
Governor's: Committee honors with plans to move In as soon PIIILADELPIIIANPI)- The make public a list of namesof deals with an experiment in sur
Bigger And Better :the: first five state winners with I as possible because "we can't 1967 emphasis of the American the firemen. realism.

,arious prizes and the Pre- I afford to pay rent at one place Friends Service Committee
TAMPA- Pointing another .Merit's Committee presents I and mortgage at another" long an advocate of civil rights
great year Florida State Fair t he: first five national winners Mr. Wilkins also urged the will be on renewed efforts In
officials have announced exhibits ,nth scholarships and cash police' department to assign additional the fields of school desegregation mm nu-m3Dm[

i will be bigger and better rizes.>> police !in the East merit employment, fair
when the fair opens it's 12dayrun Students should visit their loal Flatbush neighborhood to pro- housing, and urban problems. CAUSED BY CERTAIN MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS! ?
Feb. 7."Exhibits. C: Division of Vocational Relabllitation 'ride protection for the The ASFC. founded in 1917 by .
are a vital part of t Florida State 'Overdleps.: the Society of Friends "Palmtr'a
.klll) lucctii"Ointment $ Ii
the many attractions that make 1 1a mployment Service, Florida (Quakers), is celebrating its ff ,C
visit to the fair a memorable C Council: for the Blind, or volintary 50th anniversary. Induces hour Mtfulirt' '
of fast blessed
with l I.
event," U. E. Trowdell, Fair health groups to learn relief from these riteconomy size size f
Gen. Mgr said. about the handicapped pro- FEMININE OBJECTIONSAN itching miseries. containing, 440
In line with this feeling the jams.: Entries may be sento THE NATIONAL. FRANCISCONPJ 4 times es much. Only ass
fair seeks to provide if s patrons i, the State DVR office South MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS cording to the results of a .SetlsfKllon guaranteed or your money refunded.
with new attractions each Jronough Street, Tallahassee. survey conducted by the I LOVIUBN COMPLEXION. o. plus Head-to-toe protection with the
both educational SOCIETY FIGHTS n Episcopal Church of the Diocese I deep-ecting foamy medication of "Skin .uc...." ...... It beauty bethel
year and I while It flfhte same the often" euravete penpiration odors makes.
and Research Center .
colorful. Brevard County Survey I you sure rou'. nice to be near ,,."' ., "Skin Succtit"rap
MS j mostof
University of California ,
,
The fair offers exhibitors an ( f .rvw ?
opportunity to display their products I I Recevies 12-Month through ( the denominations women ZMQJL"SKIN-SUCCESS" OINTMINT' AI' <
are opposed to participation
in three dimensions and A'**. 1
allows exhibitor research and by church leaders in civil rights

tatives to make represen-personal Anti.Poverty Grant patient __"' projects. Some 338 participantsvowed

contacts with potential custom services r such things as International .
Following the recent WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou
ers. It affords the manufacturers affairs ban on nuclear
announcement made by Congressman support of the United
the opportunity to display Edward A 'I Public k,...if Publication Ad. weapons
their products and keep the :I Gurney and .n7Jne Nations, abolition of war, more
public abreast of their new !Senators George Smathers and Important than civil rights. Seek The Best Doctor, w
advancements. Firms offering !j Spessard, Holland, more details if- When Your Doctor Prescribes
intangible services use Florida were released on theOEOgrant Get Experienced Pharmacists
State Fair exhibits I of $49,215 to Brevard County According To Your Doctor's
as a part <
of their public relations >I in Florida.. This information Madam Orders. We Use Oily The Best ,a
KEN KNIGHT pro.
Margo
gram. ras provided by Frank Sloan, Quality Drugs.
S Southeast Regional Director of Palmist & AdvisorShe
More than 275 businesses will )
-Invites You To Listen To- be on hand at the 1967 Fair J t he unity Office in Atlanta of Economic Ga. Oppor- C. E. BLACK, Proprietor
,
The design of exhibit buildings Advises on oil Problemsof
assures fair visitors the con- The 12-month grant is a Love,Sickness and Business 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon
... BIG BAND venlence of refunding of a Program
displays leisurely viewing and the exciting without ]Development grant and is de- HOURS 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. ................A COMPLETE LINE OF--.............
s ilgned to continue
the DAILY
distraction.
"DANCE PARTY"NilhUy idmlnlstration c ioordlnation: supervision of programs and Located In Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies, Sundries

The 1967 State Legislature must 'mod at eliminating the con- WINTER PARK, FLORIDA -r PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's _

11:30: til 12:00: Saturday 9 p.m. take action to reduce air and litlons of poverty in Brevard 989 N. Orlando Ave.
water pollution In the Interestsof c:tamty Florida with special (Hi-Way 17-92 N.) Drug Store

1400 WRHC 1400 both Industry and conservation emphasis on the target area For Appt. ,Call 644.4941
says the January issue of f Tihisvllle Cocoa and Eau-
1907 KINGS ROAD El38276PUE
Florida Trend Magazine. c iaUle-Melbourne.: ,
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I Arnie Palmer Uses Different "Iron"To ] David_ WrightTALLAHASSEEFILFAMU Bob Hope Desert ClassicTo 3-Time Champion Golf Match Sees


Pick Up Birdies- Be Televised Feb. 4.5 J. Richert! Enters Dave Marr Oppose
The final rounds of
--- -- elghthannual"Bob Hope Desert Class
.... .. ic," of the richest-$110,000-.nd most popular proamateur golf State F Fair Races Peter ThomsonDave
I.\ "" tournaments in the country, will be televised live from Palm

:. .. c. Springs, Calif, over the NBC T'levlslonNetworkSaturday, Feb. Jerry Richert,of ForrestLake, MarrformerPGAchampion -
t 4, and Sunday Feb. 5. Minn.
t ,natlonalsprlntcarchamp- and Peter Thomson, one of
.'. NBC-TV will cover on Saturday year at an average speed of 164. Ion for 1964-65-66,will be t teamed Australia's all-time great golf

,. :, ,.,, the last four holes of [053 miles per hour, and led the when with the Jerry"Scratch"Daniels, ers, are matched on the Golf
; play at the Bermuda Dunes Country .qualifiers with 173.687 miles "Minnesota Twins" Club de Pan, Utrecht, Holland,
Club from 4 to 5 p.m.NYTin perhour. complete in the IMCA Grand in "Shell's Wonderful World of
black and white: the finaUour, The ARCA 250 Is the third major Championship auto races,at the Golf," filmed in color for telecast -
\ ; holes on Sunday from'the La race of the annual Speed Florida State Fair, Feb. 8-11- over NBC Television Saturday
.....- : \ Weeks which 12-15-18. Jan. 28 ((5-6 .m. NYT).
: qunita Country Club will be tel- begin on Feb.3with p
SP r. -4J1"-:7j'11\', / : ; : evised from 4:30 to 6p.m.NY?, the Daytona Trans-Amerlcan300 Richert, who captivated the Marr, a leading American

,: '' .!,,1.., ttl In color road race, and Is followed by the speed fans here last winter by.w.raaw.cw. golfer, came into national pro-
,i. ,.<..' '../.\ir( \ The NBC-TV coverage of the Daytona 24-Hour Continental on minence In 1964 when he won the
> I II ( tournament will be sponsored by Feb 4-5, with a 3 p.m.start on PGA tournament, played on the
The Chrysler Corporation Saturday, Feb. 4, Cllmaxlngthe U. S, Ryder Cup team, and was
ralmtr. it Mi, nwlnjt after a quail which hall burnt ,I ------ """ (through Young t Rublcam Inc,) annual Speed Weeks will be the voted the PGA Player of the
Jut from the bush In front flf him. The h )
I own sleek Jet Cc.mmnndcT, right aped the rpHhootrr'H Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklausand ninth annual running of the Day Year. Thomson considered one
hunting party from StoW York '
VI.
lily to -When
ban", Ga. for a da,', nhootinf The croup wan bark In \*.. Turk City the etrninx of the tame day ican teams you menUonAII-Amer- Billy Casper-folfs' multi tona 500 for the powerful Grand of the greatest golfers to come
FAMU.
Eight were million-dollar threesome-end National circuit stock cars on from Australia, is a five-times
ALBANY, Oa (CFN)-Arnold Palmer shoots quail l almost always heen good with the long football players and onlyone was last year's winner of the Hops February 26.GFWF winner of the British Open and
I from the basketball
us,well us he shoots golf And as many a pro golfer will testify, / irons." aid a golf writer "hut it s teams. The Classic Doug Sandersw11lheadagttwpbt128otlheaation'stap was a member of Australia's
ArOIC shoots SOl f well CnOUCh. have. ..... ..... last basketball player to make Schedules Canada team four
fo n --- Ivrnmn u_.... lK.... -nil..-t....... "'U"'lo .MU the twelve iron that I..hot. ..today. Cup times.
w inner in the All-Amerlcan was Waite Bell
game professionals participating !in Hosts' of "Shell's Wonderful
But he has other hohhie not so plant building sm iller planes' The amy, a third team selection by the tourney. Annual Meet World of Golf" are Gene Sar-
well known One of them ii hunting party was in the field United Press International in
and Demaret who
azen Jimmy
Some of the celebrities
outstanding -
hunting and another annual
flying TALLAHASSEE -The
plenty early enough for a full 190J.
diy
One of the loves of timer's who willplay Include Don will report the match and analyze
of Game
sport and Painter was 1 buckin Since Bellamy made All- business meeting of the
life is his own private jet Early New York City that Dime American Aduns,Andy Williams,Ray Bol- and Fresh Water Fish Com the play.
rfi team.
1966-aficr years of flying night for h The Golf Club de Pan presents,
a mquel ger, Joey Bishop, James Garner mission held in
fans and was
piston Aero Commander This Rattler
aircraft Palmer hunts with .12 year, Unlike most of HoI-
u gaugeshotgun Phil Harris Chuck Connors a paradox.
,
Palmer purchased 1Jet Comrtiander Tallahassee beginning at 900;
he critics critics ,
has had for are
are talking
,
.
some land's terrain which is flat and
Thissleek.. 5X) miles time He I is deadly with it. All-Amerlcan again A 6'2" Mike Douglas,Harry JamesDan a.m., Friday,Jan.20,accordingto ,
per hour'plus executive twin Jet Those Rowan and Dick Martin. A total filled with canals, the golf
hunting with him basketball W. B. Copeland, chairman, .
player from
has carried him to many a golflourney Oscar Codboiit outdoor editor Tampais of 384 anateura will compete. course contains: rolling hills,'
: The meeting site will be in
the filling Gaithers Gymnasiumevery taking four out of the five features
past year In nddi of the New York; Tlmn: Jack Reporting the play for NBC-TV valleys and elevated trees, the
lion, Palmer ulilircs the Indus. Samson former outdoor writer game, and they're talkIng the Game und Fresh Water Fish will be out to defend his result of the last glacier which
trial jet for many of his far.Hung for the ,,," pushed area
business Nelson Cahrlle Jones and Joe
Also it enterprises his reactions arc ns quick when gain And he's Just a freshman., 620 S, Meridian St., and establish a healthy lead in
n a great boon t" him it Garagiola. The network's coverage years ago.
comes to
wing shooting as Tallahassee. '
he "David Wright," Albany the 67 title race enroute to his
says in his lime off HH says It is consideredathfnktngman'gcourse
recent with
tricky shots will Lou
golf
beproduced: by
Ih\tilhrea : : Among the items ontheagenda
:
quail hunting trip/ tn Camilla, stiff wind Mowing the State College sports informa Kusserow and directed fourth consecutive babble because of its hilly fairways -
Cia was a typical crumple, His quail would hurst! from cover and hThe .u nuu.._ tion director John Holley "is by Harry for the annual meeting was the Daniels who made tremendous and doglegs. mis-
Jet Commander left his home whip downwind It sh one of the best basketball Coyle and Ted Nathanson. election of a chairman to serve strides the many
was :irp/ Palmer coordination players on championship
"
pay take here and the Is
lawn of I.utrohe.Pu. The Bob Desert ClassicIs sorry golfer
irftlw morning shooting: at its hcst Palmer off In quail hunting an it dm* in the south and he has a Hope during 1967. Other items Included trail last year,Jumping from the
picket! four : hitting off a sidehill lie out of
up/ hunting torn dropped four or five birds from in Rolf Arnie, standing beside tremendous the longest tournament in this discussion of proposed ,
future second division
pxnions at I.a Guiirdi Airport inthegame. fourth spot by thick heather from the or I
one covey without moving far New York limt Outdoor Fats country, covering 90 holes In trees
N. Y.. and new them to Albany, from where they were flushed tor Oscar Godbout. Wright Is more than Just a wild if e managemen' area In winning two hotly-contested features to a blind :
display* five days of play. It takes place green.
Ga where the Rockwell Standard Other hunters in the groupcalled Home of the speedy boh whit? shooter. Hedoeseverythingwell. Nassau County, fish manage- at Winchester and Nashville One of Its challenging
Corp., whose aircrafts on four golf courses in Palm many i
division it twist ment areas in Washington and
a new on the blrdim" he collected: with hiM Ratlngfourstarslnpasslngplay- "Scratch" whowasformerly .
builds/ holes is the long 514-yardpar-5
the Jet Commander, has Springs Indian Wells Eld-
Palmer Method"
a "Arnie has favorite ahoutin' Iron making and ballhandling, he has Holmes Counties, and bird rated strictly dirttrack I
orado Bermuda Dunes and La eleventh with a narrow, twist-
,
the ability to break a game wide Qulnta. sanctuaries in Charlotte. driver, proved he could go on the Ing fairway turning right between :
SportShorts open as he has done on threeoc- County high-banked asphalt tracks as mounds and :
high rough
Bob Hope as president of the ,
The Commission also received
casinos this season. well, when he turned back a field
trees. Another Is the fourth
F Spotlight On In the Morris Brown tournament will participate as progress reports on the Canadl of
SportsBy game, both a player and host. The. net highly regarded speedway hole, a par-4. 427-yarder, with I
u ;Wright hit 26 points In the first goose research program, the stars. He contends ttu*the hard, a banked and turning fairway,
11 half and had 10 assist.He wound proceeds of the. tournament go fisheries research laboratory slick surface of Plant Field is flanked by trees and rough.
up with 34 points, sitting outmost to charity. located in Eustls the field office much to his liking.
CHARLES J. LIVINGS TON of the second half. In a First prize this year will be located at DeFunlak Springs, I
PAST DUE RECOGNITTOK close game with St,Leo College, $17,600, out of the $110,000 (an the construction of a fishing Dog'i Keen Sense: Keep freedom in your future with
PITTSBURGH -(NPI)- A re- HEAVYWEIGHT MUDDLE DECISION Wright exploded for 21 points in Increase of $10,000 over pre- pier at St. Cloud and the cooperative (CFN-A) dog sons of I
the second vious years) awarded to the golf with the smell li I four times as efficient asa U S
cognition overdue outfielder half to bring FAMU agreement penon'n, reports the Purina SAVINGS BONDS
Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Feb. 6 will be one of the most important dates In the fistic from behlndtowin85-74.Wright t professionals. Wewahltchka Development Authority Pet Care Center A dog can de
Pirates baseball team career of heavyweight champion Muhammad All, nee Cassius fouled out with eight minutes left Jack Bowsher won the race last regarding the use of test an odor diluted to ai little
was accorded him recently. Clay. to play against Albany State,but the Wewahitchka Fish Hatchery ai one part in 10,000,000.
Clemente was credited with It Is not that All will be tangling with his most capable not before he hit 34 points to put I
tying a World Series recordby adversary in lanky Ernie Terrell on that date. Feb. 6 will be the game on Ice.Belgian.
hitting safely in all seven important for AU because" in the showdown he will resolve
games of the 1360 series with with his flailing; fists the current two-champion heavyweight Car "YOUR DOLLAR

the New York Yankees. mud t's. *
All, who won the title by whipping the then much-feared BUYS MORE

INJURY MAY LIMIT Sonny Liston, Is the champion by deeds, an unbeaten pro who Increases ThreatTo t 1 It

PER Til,. Australia -(1f1'1)- has vanquished all his opponents so far with exquisite easa.
h. Therwa speculation that the Terrell is the W.rld Boxlng.,Assoclation paper: tiger,.The Ford CompanyDATONA ; AT YOUR ...BANNER I '
recent hip' injury suffered by laughable WBA named bin its own recognized champion at the ,,
American Davis Cupper Arthur end of a tournament set up to determine a successor for the BEACH, Fla.-Fer
Ashe in a doubles game may then rambunctious Clay, who was still very much active In rari's striking force in the FOOD STORE"f
limit his action for the next the ring. .Caytona 24 Hour Continentalon QUANTITY PRICES GOOD
few weeks. WBA was chastizing Clay ala Adam Clayton Powell for Feb. 4-0, has been Increasedto "YOUR RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY
HOME TOWN
refusing to bend to its edict not to sign for a return bout with ten cars with the entry of GROCER" ,
Listen, who had been deflated by Cassius while, cutting on a the Francorchamps Racing .
Watch ring stool In their first encounter. Team of Belgium.Francorchamps. f"'l''V'o:: :: ...
Ignoring the all but impotent WBA, Clay had gone right on has named : .!u: ;"" '!, .1.M\o\ HERSHEtS' KRAFT K

This Clo.vyn defending against Liston flattening the vanquisher of the likes Belgium's top two drivers- ., .
of Floyd Patterson in less than one frame. Willie Malrisse and Jean OIL
35
42 66
For that, WBA withdrew championship recognition from Clay Seurlys-*o handle a Ferrari 'i SUGAR
72 91 and set the round-robin prototype in America's
42 up tournament from which Terrell longestand :'; 4
emerged from among a group of so-called contenders as the richest track-road race at F
.
5 et 3Sometimes new contended.world heavyweight champion. At least that's what WBA Daytona.t International Speedway :H ER SH EY.'S"ISUG4'R 590

I.1 1 Of course, the fight public and seasoned ring experts thought The Belgian car is a formidable -
better. Properly contending that true addition to Ferrari's 39C
champions are made
9
4 In the ring and not on paper, they continued to recognize Clay challenge, which includes a full : 5 LBS WOODSMEN SLICEDBACON
21 44 51 (who ese7) as the bona fide champion. Terrell, in effect, factory team of 1967 330 P4's. l. ;JZ''rI-
became the piper' champion. To meet the Ferrari threat,

58 11 80 One man put it this way "can you umaglne anything so Foul has named a company ;(>? U' : :JlIMIT 590
ridiculous Taking away a fella's title because he signed fora team of six Mark II prototypes li ONE PLEASE WjOTHER/ rOOD u

match and failed to behave the way others wanted him to?" with such drivers as Dan '
he's Up Sometimes The man was right, for Clay was also censored for what was Gurney A. J, Foyt t, Bruce !;.,.;,;.:'::: -- PURCHASES Of 55.00 OR MORE
Ie's: Dow, He adds, suotracts i described as "conduct unbecoming a champion." I wonder how McLaren, Lloyd Ruby, and --
lie works it all around the WBA regards the great John L. (Sullivan) In retrospect, Mario Andretti.
who used to Jump up in public and Issue a challenge to "lick Two-time winner of the Con- AJAX SWIFT PREMIUM SMOKED FULLY COOKED
81 41 32 any man In the house." ,tlnental, when it was run at
'
8
The writer had warned when the WOA was anticipating lifting shorter distance, Pedro lit10
COMING ATtRAC.FIONS Clay's crown, that the last thing in the world that boxing needed Rodriguez of Mexico,will share DETERGENT 49C PICNIC : 390Pillsburys
was a paper champion. a 330 P4 Ferrari in the 24 ?

91 J 54 889 But the WBA decided to make Terrell, who, by personality, hour battle with Jean Culchet, AY
is a likeable fellow and an above average fistic Journeyman, French driving champion.

MA '.S' DAYSNUMBERED Its paper tiger. However, he frightens nobody,least of all Clay Jaguar of England will LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH OTHER FOOD -
Since then, a lot of water has passed under the fistic! bridge. be represented In the fast field ,
Clay, rlngwlse, easily disposed all the hams fed to him. by a XKE, entered by Richard PURCHASES OF $$5.00 OR MORE PILLSBURY

Outside the ring, he properly determined that, as champ, he Robson of Titusville, Fla. i .' 1Mf.filrn;u
"Man's Days are Numbered.'"" no longer needed the excessive theatrics of pre-clownlngdays, Porsche of Germany has 1/
Health and Fortune Can Se and became more circumspect In his actions. entered a full factory team of CLOROX I.. "' :"". :: FLOUR
Yours Wlen You Know Your He also moved more solidly Into the religion the Muslims 1967 Camera 6 prototypes,with
Lucky Cays. which was his business and changed his name to All. its top drivers named to handle BLEACH &i 35C : ,
Now as Muhammad All, the still unbeaten, unruffled but them over the Speedway's 3.81 TIC I, : ;:
Lucky Colors etc matured champion, be is about to take on, and show up, both mile circuit. The works team 'i/I'/ I: BEST);:;
Send $Z.OO for your Terrell and already laughable WBA on Feb. 6. will have the support of many I'jl :: 5
Horosc' 'ni Quid for The nation and the world will be watching that fight to see private entries one of them KRAfT Iji Iji'o'.;XXXX.:'? 550
ti I
JANUARYFill who, in fact, is the real champion, by performance. being the crack Swiss pair of II! ::::" '::: LBS

In the blank below and nail' The writer believes Terrell lacks the ring tools to cope with Herbert Muller and Charles II FNBICHEOFLOUR; ,

to ZObIAC, Post Office Box the fast-moving, crisp punching and over-all ring generalshipof Y<>eele. Muller finished first MAYONNAISE 490 ii j: I PLAIN :
1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla. All. In class in a Porsche in the or.
All will work him over good and then on the morning of Feb. 1986 Tarp florio, first In I OR :
NAME 7, there'll be no question as to who Is the REAL champ, class In the 1000 KM of Monza

STREET -. regardless of what the WBA might have to say about it. In a Ford GT, and was fourthIn MONOGRAM KRAFT SELF RISING :
.IDA IE 0 F BIRTH I pick All to win by a knockout inside of six rounds. ft Porsche in the 1964 24
Mo. Day We'll see. Hours of Le Mans. RICE
BARBECUE SAUCE I
An MGB and a Volvo have

by been Ken listed Chambllss for the,Atlanta Continental,Ga., '(LONG 3 REG 1 IB FOLGER'S

I and Dr.Ga. I. A. Maxwell, Columbus GRAIN LBS. 39C SMOKED OZ. 3 9C .

respectively. I' COFFEEs
Speed Weeks has its kickoff
with the Daytona Trans-
American 300 on Feb. 3, with KRAFT GRAPE VAN CAMP

under American and over and 2000 foreign cc,running cars, JELLY PORK AND BEANS 5

300 miles of the 381 mile 1 690NIBLETS I
course The latest entrant in 3 00 IIZ' <> REG. OR \

the Trans-American is an Alfa ,is oz, $1' 5 $100 DRIP CAN I

Romeo GTA, entered by Knauz CANS II
:: ont. Racing, Lake Forest, Ill. I
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AGAINST.POVERTY
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CORN I
less victims of poverty,armed TOWELS
conflict: in Vietnam and disasters

eDUFf N.efU1rER are helped like the by floods donations In Italy to TEENAGE $' 1 00 512, 01. $1 00 3} BIG $100 I

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Alpha Pi Chi Sorority which sponsored Its drown vie president and Mrs Vivian
models for the unique Founders' Day W I I I I a m s ,

I Annual Founders' Day Fashion Tea recentlyat Harris. Standing are Mrs. Helen ftiley I event are seen here in some of the latest Miss Virginia Smith Mrs. Anette Myers,

the Bonded Agency Recreation Room are Mrs. Doris Mart i n Mrs. Gloria which before
styles they displayed an Mrs. Noel Cobb, Mrs. Bessie Carter, Mrs.
shovel I"ere. From left seated are Mrs. Littlefield Mrs. Ruth
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MIAMI DEATHSMrs. I


Miami Springs ;I SINCE YOU ASKED ME "I
BEACH Moon Over MiamiMIAMI Marie Huff of 2025 NW Mrs. Audrey Chestnut of 2743

,1 I By LblftlE PRUITT j '58th St., Wednesday, Jan. 18. NW 56th St., Jan. 23. She is

Chosen As I NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL She is survived by two survived by a husband, Frank

BEACH, Fla. February Is the smallest month on J__ --- daughters, Mrs. Eura Thurs- Chestou, five sons, Frank Jr.,
the calendar but the biggest in Miami Beach. All Its 28 days ton and Miss Almatha Huff Samuel, Gregory, Lorenzo and
are crammed with the season's wrest selection_ _____ of things 'Ideal' .School" ; I
n and Jeffrey one daughter Regina
seven grandchildren ; ,
SHORTMIAMI to see and do. DEAR LONNIE: Could you send me some Information about
several other relatives and and other relatives. Fun
In the night clubs the Bruno Prevedl! and Arthur Graham Dr. Martlm Luther King? I have to write a composition about many
Miami Springs Senior High friends. Funeral services were eral services will be held
Gabriel Bacquler him and I need to write. Hurry it is due next week.Studious..
tenors something ,
,
vacationer will have such celebrities ;
School has been designated one held last Tuesday, at Mt. Sinai Saturday, Jan. 28 at St. Paul
BEACH, Fla. Probably as George Jessel!, .baritone, and Lawrence Davidson -, of the nation's most innovative Baptist Church AME Church at 1:00: p.m.

the world's most valuable Jimmy Durante, Shirley Bas bass. schools.

commerical' fish for se y, Billy Daniels, Vaughan Benefit variety shows in theauditorium School Joe Hall *
pound Superintendent Leon F 2225 NW
Plnkney of=
Feb. 8 and 19 will WELL YOU MAY BE STUDIOUS, but I doubt it I can't send
Monroe Charles Aznavour Mrs. Irene Jones of 1941 NW
pound, Is the balao,better known said ,the selection by the Mth St, Thursday, Jan. 19.
of the acts in information because I don't have You need to go
here as the ballyhoo.normally: Debbie Reynolds, Ray Anthonyand gather most top Institute for Development of. you my any. He is survived by his mother, 55th St., Tuesday Jan. 24, She
under a single to the and look in Readers Guide to Periodicals. That
the library
community
his Book-End Revue and is survived three cousins
runs about eight inches longaud Education Activities makes: the Mrs. Lucille Plnkney; two sisters by ,
Is used for bait by anglers dance music by such top orchestras roof for a long eveningof Miami Springs School one of will tell you lots of magazines with Information about! Dr. King. Mesdames Mildred Mesdames Juanita Howell, Ola
as Wayne King Lester feature entertainment. Send me a cop of your composition when you finish it It ought Gregory and Mary West Funeral .
trolling for sallflsh! and other 36 in the nation eligible to Ferguson, DIanne Hankerson,
gamesters. Cost Is about 50 Lanin and Peter Duchin. Changes of scene will be pro participate in a national "de. to be interesting and Miss Camel Davis; two services were held on

cents each, or around $2 a The Greater Miami Philharmonic vided by the Miami Beach monstration schools" project. eeeeteeeec aunts, Marie Higgs and Ruth Thursday, Jan. 26 in the Range

pound. will have Andre,' Flower show Feb. 11-12 in IDEA is a division of the Bollard; a uncle, Floyd Gison; Funeral Home Chapel
the city's Gardim Center, and
Kostelanetz as guest conductorfor
Foundation.
the International Orchid show Kettering DEAR LONNIE: You can't fool me. I know you don't believe several other relatives.
its all-orchestral program Eugene R. Howard, director Funeral services heldWednesday
The latter is all that stuff write. I'll bet Just anything and don't were
Feb. 24-27. stagedin you you say
Visitors here in the Miami Beach auditorium .
can the IDEA complimented
go cf project 25 at
Jan. Bethany
Auditorium questioas. Some of the people give answers Theodora D. Grace of
sightseeing by bus, boat, hell Feb. 5 and will feature Bayfront Just the Dade School Systemon try to answer any you Seven Day Adventist Mrs.
copter, plane, hydrofoil and, Richard Tucker, tenor, in the across the bay on the mainlandand the Miami Springs school's to are probably Just having fun with you anyway. Your 2937 NW 61st St., Tuesday,

In winter, blimp. There are guest star role Feb. 28. The ranks as one of the finest, "exemplary progress"towards column is real funny. Jan. 24. She is survived by

no sightseeing rockets or submarines Miami Beach Symphony will if not the finest and largest, individualizing Instruction. Mrs. Ella Byrd of 14335 NW four daughters, Martina

although boats with present Mischa Elman Feb. 12. exhibits of its kind in the world. "The administration and staff Wiser 22nd Ave., Friday, Jan. 20 at Grimes, Barbara, Letha Lee;

glass panels In the bottom da February's opera presentation Horse racing fans have the of the Miami Springs School," Jackson Memorial Hospital She Elaine Grace; two sons, Melvin
give views of marine garden on the 22nd vlll be "Mignon"with Hialeah meeting all through said Howard, "have shown by OKAY, SO IPS A JOKE COLUMN.All right,so I Just say any Is survived by a daughter,Mrs. Jr. and Mark Grace; three sisters
with the $50,000 thing. And people who write are having fun with me. Well, so
February Doris AkIns
Regine Crespin, soprano; their past achievements that Louise Reaves; a stepson, MargaretLee
Seminole Handicap Feb. 4, the they are willing to proceed what? I like it and you like and they like it, so what's the, James Byrd; a brother, Joe Hazel Rolle; three brothers

$100 000 Widener Feb; 18 and carefully and thoughtfully as .problem? I mean, do you have a question you want to ask? Johnson; a nephew, Johnny Rev. Frederick LaFleur,

the $75,000 Turf Cup Feb. 25. they Introduce promising new Johnson and other relatives. James and Richard LaFleur.

Most of the track's more than educational practices into the eeeeetteeeDEAR Final rites and burial will beheld Funeral arrangements are Incomplete

$600,000 in added stakes are in Lakeland Fla. .
WAME school ,
run during the month. schools accord- LONNIE: Who are you anyway?I never heard of you be-

Jal Alai and greyhound racing, Participating fore. Are you in school? How old are you? Are you a teenager? .

both like throughbred racing ing tative"to Howard of the hundreds, are "represen highly You say somethings that sound all right,but some time you take r

situated across the bay,operate innovative schools in the the parents' side. Why do you do that?

nightly except Sundays. Also, Urban suburban and
the target date for opening harness country. Curious
rural schools are included.
DIAL 1260 racing at Tropical Park

under the light is Feb Z8, About one-third are elementary I'M NOT ANYWAY. I'M LONNIE. I've been writing for about
schools and the remainder are
Pt course activities here do and senior three years so you probably didn't hear of me before three years \
"middle
suddenly close with Feb.arcb Junior ago. I'm a more or less ordinary 15 year old high school Junior. '

is an ambitious rival high schools. If I take the parents side sometimes, it's because I think
According to Dr. Leonard M.
FLORIDA'SQ th a continuation of racing, Britton, North Central District that every now and then they may. be right.

c cuts, night club headliners superintendent the participation ,
,
and the addition of of major
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In the will r.rr.e
league baseball training and program UM SchedulesPS ,
benefit the school in two ways :
the $100,000 Doral Golf Open
"It will be assisted in its -
March 25.Outdoor .
participant summer effort to Improve educational CourseThe the SHORTY-$35.
and will be aided In
sports such as swimming,fishIng program 'MEDALO STYLE #665
evaluation of its and
golf and tennis are availableat program University of Miami announces F., compl.l. Illwtr.t.d Cetlog.1N.dda
all times and all are withina in the interpretation of the that a Public Speaking H.I. etTl.e,Mlp.H.If .p.'
,
'and att.chm.n hnd n.mend,
few minutes or few blocksof program and In the interpretation course will start Monday night, _o .aa.... It's ,.-... ruiErequeet. _';

# ) every hotel and apartment of tee programs to Feb. 6. A series of fifteen ,. ,, "fJII.,$, Juet write.CelMeJol Heir. Pred. Inc.Dept. .
Witurilly
and to the educational Aealthy Normal Hair
building in the city. parents classes will be held each CROWS from the ItAIJt COOTIE St S. Bklyn as, M.Y.
Q The Metropolitan Miami FishIng profession. Monday night from 7.30-9.30 In YOUR SCALP. The condition of
Selection of the schools was boor hair alien depend heavily COMB
Tournament will grow more p.m. The first class is open to the natural An ( your1ftt.lp.
exciting u spring advances, made by a committee of the public and will be held in MOT.Invented Ycara dgo a 'mMeaNCAtiRe ItbrO AWAY
educators
national
prominent
bringing tarpon back numbers the auditorium at our Koubek 'formula called CARBONOUi GRAY
based upon applications from branch 27 Ave at SW which la mixed with many proven i ;
to Join such gamesters as sailfish Center beneficial Ingredlcnta. CAR.BONOKC .
local school systems, from a IWITH! II
marlin dolphin bonefish 3rd SlTbe la tuch a etronf
,
.pw.r.4Na
national of "promisinginnovativi ful antlacpUe and dee* ;
king mackerel and amber jack. survey course will be taught by 0 work In helping an ITCHY.
RHYTHM Angling vacationers may enter practices"conducted ,Mr. Taylor Larlmore. Mr. BUMPY DOCTORS, aAN :nun acalp thaimany i .'COLOItOMI
& aura .highly
BLUES by the nation'saccrediting
catches without fee In the com- Larimore studied speech at the ftuur ., ,and PAaaCRlte /or _,
.,
petition for citations and dozens associations and University of Miami. He is a ,,.externally eitp tauMd .Kalp* anaornIAA3N condi-/ '
recommendations of
of trophies. from top Dale Carnegie graduate, a Mon* are rreetlv rcVcved by the

So, for a front and center seat professionals who visited each round-the-world traveler and 1- .f..th4 Tripi. .'r.ntotar :1 -"" _

on the most versatile winter school lecturer, a member of 1 'P1j Wrllc'Hh" fg.MUU ..,.,., r
RADIO STATION t will be aenl to ym all ,
l vacation show anywhere, it is the Toastmaste r Speaker's :t'.i and ready to use Uaa IT t:lu.: ..'r.U bw.h t. odd -
trOK Ir.
reservations Bureau, and a speaker for the 1 DAYS and If you are not I N"ST VIII col rub:
suggested room ESS*** !*" >non" > <* *'' A 01'1.1.1: : ,.wc...., ..
be booked in advance HELPING HAND Small Business Administration. |IS en delivery. Tall IB. .! tA1et ajDD5r"DYlib l %
(limited to 25
k The largest private relief persons Registration) may be made at the. :'dlroetl_mere. UN You the let fin"It,with MEDICATKO full- 'co'orlnc..r. C.attached,..P...In..forreewvln..... ""'",......_..........
K Florida .
"WHAMMYI has a waterfront Presbyterian College agency in the history of end of the first class, or enrollment Spotlight, Product 'money. 'can SCALP buy..,Tour O..ULA.-hair and .c..._e.n. .In_et .11.In PI..IC..p......"., or ,wh C....
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campus on American voluntary ail: is can be assured by aMP deoenre fine care Juat aend n-iinuai 81.... Ba.c" .
I Boca Clega Bay in St. Peters. Catholic Relief Services Sour name, and addreea toOLD' iT'l.1.' .'.1" /had.. Pav

burg of 281 acres The Their annual Catholic Bishops' fee mailing to the the University$23.00 registration Miami, Of f The Week pep MXDAI, .jf HAW 1 Sheepeheod PRODUCTS INC.Beyl:. .;;:: back en delivery If pine ...1et.oAln anl M.**

IN MIAMI" 49 buildings on the campus Overseas Aid Fund benefits Division of Continuing Education FOaMUIooe1oa JJ. tlir. .NOTE 100:*: "HI"i I !GT4 !*..'.' Hel.frJ.uAt"(?.
are all needy men, women and Dq* sl- Breeklyit" 3J, New
completely air Box 8005 Coral Gables few money. be*. .Mar"l". York
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Coverage Of Virginia State American At Work In Viet Nam Negro Woman Golfer Set



Boat Racing ROTC Rifle Teem To Play In Golf Tourney SOUTHSIDEFORD



Seen On NBC Outshoots HU MIAMI, FLA,-Renee Powell, star amateur: golfer of East

Canton, Ohio, has notified North-South Tournament officials Cleanest Can
Feature coverage of the two Despite the high score made .sU rill play in the Feb 8-12 event at the City of Miami CountryThe Finest Choice
by a pretty coed,which distracted :
outstanding speed boat 20-year-old
racing Ohio State CompleteSelection
copped first place in the Lustlgs
the local flrers
championships of the on serveral University Junior
"Orange regarded as Women's Invitational
Bowl Regatta" from MiamI-, occasions, Virginia State College the best female Negro golfer in'st own, Ohio. In Young Best Guaranlte
the! International GrandPrlxand ROTC Rifle Team recently the
country, has
captured titles Dr. Ira
P. Davis, executive JAX'S FINEST
defeated an ROTC Rifle Team In
the 266 Hydroplane practically
Champion. very tournament director of
the N-S WI WILL
Tournament
snip-will be colorcast N from Howard University,Wash she has entered.
as an
_. said this year's event would be PROVE ITI!
3C Sports' special on Sunday, ington, D. C., by a score of 1185 limited

Jan 29. (4-5( p.m. NYT), over to 1154. professionals.The to 280.players Including 5303 BEACH BLVD
NBC Television The yound Lady, Miss Burna-
the
Network. pro field will be limited to EX 8-4513
dette at Howard
Maddox a Junior -
The spectacular In .
races which
fired 50 with the low 10 pros of the 1968
fearless driven reach speeds a healthy 224 points tournament
being from'qualifying.
exempt
out of a possible 300 to
of close to 150 miles per hour the emerge All others must register -
number four shooter out of
will be reported for NDC-TVby not later than
a nine-member visiting team. Jan.29 and 1963 Ford
Jim Simpson and Charlie Jones. play a qualifying round.
She was the first coed ever to
Simpson announces the various in it, Pro purse for the 14th annualsvent
fire team
qualifying heats and finals, and a competition match will be 5003. 2 Dr. HtopV8
against VSC on its home rifle
Jones Interviews drivers and If All amateurs(including women) Automatic,
range.
owners from the pits and covers 1 must also
register by Jan. 29.
Heater
The match using International A Radio
the races from a boat In the In- Upon receipt of entry fee 421
field of the water raceway at Ml- target was fired on the rifle for women and$23formen-c0ll--
ami Marine Stadium. range in the ROTC Building on $1,19500
,4 firmation
the campus. Cadet Fraiiilin D. M T r 1? including approxi-
Heading a field of the nation's Tallaferro, Team Captain led mate quahtying starting times
top drivers in the International will be sent to all registrants,
all shooters with high of 256
Grand Prix the highlight of the -' to
according Dr. Davis
is Bill Sterett points. Cadet Lallie Banks of Ronald Davidson, an AID provincial representative mil FOR iis>" ".
Regatta, of Owensboro is responsible for administering the 1191 IIACN (IV*.
Ky., who has wonjhis Howard led the losers with 234. economic assistance program in Klan Tuong Province Viet Nam, where he. Is helping to 2 Chaparrals EX 8-4513
championship event the past' Howard University rifle team resettle thousands of refugees who are fleeing from the communist on-slaught. This year war marc net lUst

'three years. Sterett drives a 7 members were Lallie Banks, A graduate of Georgetown University In Washington, D. C. and New York University, where North-South appearance. 1

litre hydro, "Miss Crazy Roy E. Campbell, Jr.,Rifle Team he specialized in international relations and African studies Mr. Davidson shown here Renee, duaghter of golf pro- Entered In

Thing," and goes after an unprecedented Captain; Craig Hackett,Edward talking with a provincial, self-help committee on plans Tor building a clinic and schoolroom fessional William Powell,opera 1964 T-BIRD M
fourth win against Jagers, Burnadette Maddox In their village.Interviews ator of the Clearview Country

such competition as Mike William Shobe, N.H.Wim- are being conducted this week for personnel to work In Viet Nam at good paying Club in East Canton, began Daytona Race M'.... I,.'.. C.t.
Thomas of Harvey Cedars, N. blsh and T. H. Whltby. salaries. See advertisement on paceI swinging golf clubs at the age of ,....v.. '.ct, Ait

J., in "Miss Washington D.C.": Virginia State College ROTC three. Her real Interest in the
Bill Heath of Homewood, 111.,in Team members Included How- GIVE TO FIG H'\ game came atthe age of 12 when Daytona Beach, Fla.-The official 2095
"Long Gone"; Skeeter Johnsonof ard L.Baker David Baugh,War- I Southern's Cagers Les Snow Seen she won her first tournament. entry of Chaparrals by

Cambridge, Md., In "Wa Wa ren Bullock Philip M. Cathey, MULTIPLESCLEROSIS Since that tlmo she has won the Jim HaUl millionaire designer SOUTHSIDE
Robert ChambiUss,wnueCqIt- United Golf Association driver of Midland,Texas,guarantees
Too"; and Dr. Edward Johns Face Test In As Junior
tai a surgeon from Spokano land, Donald GUllam,Earl Hun ChallengeIn title seven times in addition to the presence in the Day
,
ter and Franklin j The great crippler tona 24 Hour Continental FORD
Wash., in "Annie's Dodge II." Tallaferro Conference Return being named national women's field of
Team Captain. of young adults ARCA champion in several U.G.A..and every car In the world capableof .
250 mil to mi"IIOI
United States Golf Association winning America's longest test
BATON ROUGE La -(NPI>- events. of speed and endurance when It ICACN HVB.

Southern University's Jaguars Daytona Beach,Fla,-LesSnowof In her latest tournament appearances is run at Daytona International EX 8-4513

WORK INVIETNAM return "to conference action Bloomington, III, is being Renee wasrunnerup Speedway on Feb. 4-5.
Saturday night, and win they mentioned as the man to beat in In the 1966 championship flight Until the entry of the Chaparrals -

must! the fourth annual ARCA 250 of the National Collegiate Athle the Continental twice-
The Jaguars, ninth nationally when it is run at Daytona Inter tic Association Invitational and round-the-clock track road 1965 Falcon
ranked in the latest college race shaped as battle .
national Speedway: on Sunday, up between
U. S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL division poll, has the gigantic Feb. 19.Snow Gordon Wool ley the factory teams of Ferrari 2 Dr. -Cylinder
chore of knocking off both Wiley and Fordwlth Heater
is among the top30drlvers workteam Radio ,
DEVELOPMENT College and Arkansas AMiN who already haveenteredthelOO- In Race For of Porsche of Germany given an Air ConditionedM19500 '
on the road. The team meets outside chance.
lapper theSpeedwaY's2.1Smile
roung
Wiley at Marshall, Tex., Sat- high-banked trloval,and be IMCA ChampionshipTAMPA Now the Big Three in road racing

INTERVIEWS IN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA urday night, and moves over will be at the wheel of a 1967 Fla. Age and ex- have been challenged by the
to Pine Bluff for a skirmish Dodge Charger perlence will be pitted against lone private entry that has beat

Thorsday, Janiarj 26 throoth Satordiy, January 28 with the Golden Lions Monday "Snow Is one of the finest late youth and courage when Gordon en them ontracks the world o"er.

night. model stock car drivers in the Woolley the ex-champion from Chaparrals will go to the starting -
"Hill FO" UH
Going Into the pair of conference country," said John Marcum, Waco, Texas attempts to regainthe grid as proved champlons.In 1101 tIACN .LV,.
INTERVIEWS JANUARY 26-28 FOR INFORMATION tilts, Southern is president of the big and successful IMCA driving title in the 1966 they dusted off the Fords EX 8.4513
holding onto an 11.3 overall midwestern racing organization. upcoming WINTER NATIONAL and Ferraris to win the 1000 kilometers
POST OFFICE OR ? tecord and 3-3 In the Southwestern "Les was of to a late SPRINTS, to be held In conjunction of Nurburgrlng in Germany
311 West Monroe Street Athletic Conference- with the Florida State Fair and IntheMontereyGrand
start in 1968, but he came with a
APPOINTMENTBeginning
Jacksonville, FloridaThursdayFriday which is good for fourth place here Prix 1 1964 FALCON
rush to win 13 races, and that February 811121518. they ran 1-2 against the
( January 20)) tie in the league with Jackson takes a lot of doing.He is good on The cagey veteran will havea world's: best a ...
11:00 A.M. to 7:00: P.M. Telephone: State College 'all tracks dirt or asphalt, and new car under him for the The Chaparrals won't lack for e NNqiii11t5ft.

F ,K. ,.. (Saturday .((904)) 353-0247 Alcorn Is the conference lead- he uses hla., 'ad.HtfsreiUy ttw,,, Tampa dirt track speed classic driving talent. .,c,
"9:00: A.M. to 3:00: P.M. 'r, er, followed by> Texas Southern j 4 1 owned Don of Th e 1 wltf'be' '
1 Call Collect U out of Town ace to watch In the ARCA 250." by Cunningham No. car driven by :. :
and Grambling. Southern and Danville, IIISPKTIAL Phil Kill of Californla.a former '
Jackson State have identical world champions, and"Mike

NOW TO APPLY AFTER JANUARY 28 won-loss marks and are tied Fl'nniASE' : FROM? Spence of England,a Grand Prix SOUTHSIDEFORD

Submit a resume or fill out an application for Federal Employment'' for fourth place, while Arkansas CHRYSLER CORPLow driver who was the teammate of

Standard Form 57, obtainable at your local post office, and send to: U. S. AMliN is waiting a chanceto Jimmy Clark In 1964.
Department of State, Agency for International Development, Recruitment move up and Improve Its As 5000 Miles On These! In the second car will be two of

Division Bureau for Far East, Washington, D. C. 20523 2-2 conference effort. Full Price Pnwn America's top sports car driv "mil ia* im
I. Shooting the ball at a 66 Plymouth ers-Bruce Jennings of Towson sins IIACN IIVB.
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants for the positions listed below must be U. S. citizens 95-polnts-a-game average, 11 I*(ANA 911 VI.r1"ln ITPOtNft' : $2395 $295 Md., and BobJohnsonofColumbus -, EX 8-4513
for at least 5 years; in excellent physical condition; willing to serve a minimumof Southern's surprising Jaguars '4L M. AUTt!ATIC, PACT Series .
Ohio.
661)ndgeJnrl: 270 $1895 Jennings is twice a
families in test for to learn $245
18 months abroad without ; qualify a ability a have soared over the 100-polnt RIM national champion and in 1965
foreign language (some positions); have had high level professional performance game barrier five times this fAo"f!V MNryOMTIC- drove a Chaparral to second
In addition to stated minimum education and 66 Plym. Fury III Sta. AVaeon' $:J99S: $393 1966 FORD
previous employment meeting season with the ,
game high t AI.PAAS1woiR AID' CQNI( 'kR place in the Road America 500,
MfH IN6, AufOVUTIC. PACT, (hlt ANir
experience. being 121-scored over DillardUniversity 06 Plymouth Valiant 200'. $1895 $245 finishing on the heels of the C*. .... w.|., VI, Ant*.
BENEFITS: 23ft Hardship Bonus (Vletnam-Good Base Pay-Periodic Pay R IH, AUTOMATIC, PWR' ITU*. Chaparral of Hall and Hap eec, F I", r. Increases-Furnished Quarters (Vietnam) Liberal Vacation and Sick Leave- Only three Southern's FACTOtV WARRANTY, Sharp. C.A"..' tayiOnlr
66 New Yorker ::1795
Chrysler $
Attractive Reduced-Cost Health and Life Insurance nans-Minor Dependent starters art scoring In doublefigures owl V 5.IKM, Ml 1 CANNOT RP TOLD j. tOM'NtW Johnson Is a four time winnerof
Education and Family Separation Allowances (Some Cases)-Pre-Tour Training ..Jasper Wilson, witha 10AOE& WITH taUICVENT," FACT. WAMANTV." a national championship: in $229500

Up to 10 months with Fay Language Training (Some Cases)-,PX Privileges 22,6 average; Robert Allen, GET CHRYSLER'S FAMOUS sports cars, and was contract
When Available 17.5; and Sam Butler 13.0- YEAR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY driver for Shelby-amerlcan in SOUTHSIDE
but Coach Dick Mack has been 1964 and 1966.

getting solid play from his bench 63 Chev. Super Sports . .. $1395 The world's best cars and FORD
I ASSISTANT PROVINCIAL REPRESENTATIVES when It's needed most. AUTO WITH RAM. UCKT furs ON! OWNIH, RIOT drivers will be
REGISTERED NURSES Calvin 65 Buick Electra 225 . . .. $2895 on the starting
ASSISTANT PROVINCIAL REPRESENTATIVE Patterson reserve AIR' CONDITIONED, FACTORY WARRANTY, grid of the Continental when it "IIUI COt lilt"
Assist la staffing provincial hospitals center whose playing time increases 65 Buick Le Sabre . ... $2193 gets underway at 3 p.m. on Saturday non POACH ILVO.1X34513 .
with each has FACT WARRANTY, 1 Mil ONt JUtT NIWI Feb. .
game 4. The
FOR REFUGEE RELIEF administering direct nursing care to an 8.2 the 65 Pontiac Catalina . .. $2195 sixty fast -
est
average, same as qualifiers will In
get places
refugees and other civilian patients.Require LOADED, LIKf NEW All CONDITION.
Assist Vietnamese provincial officials in Registered Nurse Certificate and at least the regular center, Charlie 65 Ford Country Sedan Wagon! .. ," $1995 the race that carries$70,000 In
civil operations and help coordinate and Johnson. The team has received V I, AUTOMATIC RAH, AIR GOOD ONI. prize money and high In
support wide range of A4.D. activities In 2" years ward nursing experience. stellar reserve support from 64 Barracuda V-8 . .. . .. $1695 the manufacturers'points world 1965 PLY.
Salary: $6,500 110,000 per year AUTOMATIC RADIO AND MSATtR, PI AIR CONO.
province concerned, e.g., refugee relief, Charles Bloodworth, big 6'9" 65 Chevrolet Impala Super Sports .. ,. $2195 championshiP. Fury II, 4 D,.
strengthening village government, budget sophomore, senior Irvin Curlee Ford won the Continental with VI. IU"*, '*M, t.L.F .
"self-help" development for local schools, and Cleophus Banks, and fresh- R. S. its mighty Mark n last year. ..t,Air,Warrant

health clinics, agricultural development man Huey Dukes EVANS3rd Ford will have six factory cars I

and wells. Bachelor's or Masters degree PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ADVISORS Southern has a four-game going this year, but will have to M59500

with major preferably public adminlstra1 home standing coming up, beginning be at Us fastest to turn back

tlon, political science, politics and Civil AdministrationAdvise with Arkansas AM&N, & MAIN Ferrari, Chaparral, and Por SOUTHSIDE
economics of developing nations, or Far Feb. 4; Wiley, Feb. 6; Texas sche.
East in leadership Southern, Feb. 11 and Prairie
studies. Experience ; FORD
and assist local and regional Vietnamese EL 4-8381 EL 4-5531
position In community development and government officials In appraising View, Feb. 13. School Athletic
management refugee or disaster relief, On Feb. IS, the Jaguars entera 'soule.. llll"IIOI .
administrative operations Identifying
or broad local government administration toughie with Grambling College -' IIACN IIVC.
Is also required.Equivalent experience may problems in, such and developing finance at Grambling and wind Integration Case EX 8-4513
advise areas as budget
academic requirements. the season Feb. 20 VETERANS
be substituted for up against
Salary: $ ,SOO 112,500 per year. taxation cedures,and personnel planning, organization Require Bachelor's and pro- Miss.Alcorn College, at Lorman, Set For MarchNEW

and preferably Master's degree in publicor
ECONOMISTSAssist ORLEANSNPIledI
business administration or other Speed Weeks T IHE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC, eral District Judge Frederick.-. 1965 TBIRDHardtop

In development and formulation of appropriate social science plus a minimum R. Heve, set March 6 as the date
economic aid programs; provide officials ellS years fulltlme professional experienceIn to hear oral
loaded
arguments a case
with data, analyses, recommendations to two or more of the above fields or Begin Feb. At Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking involving the intergatlon of the

evaluate AJJ. programs; advise Vietnamese as city or county manager. Louisiana High School Athletic
officials on economic policy and 'Salary: $10,000 118.000 per year association. This

plans. Ph.D. in economics, or M. A. with Daytona leach Applications For Its brought Into court by case St Augustine was $199500

at least 2 years experience economic Catholic high school and
analysis or teaching economics college TEACHER EDUCATION ADVISORS DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. other appellants who In
level Competence in economics developing The first of eleven races in sought
tegration of the
nations desirable Advise on elementary education, {teacher the Sports Car Club of Veteran Class. They claim that their association.schools suit lot itii"

Salary: $8,500 $18,000 per year. training, classroom construction, and America's Trans-American and all other $.0. IIACN IIVB.1X84513 .
Negro schools
teaching materials M. S. required, Ph.D. cries to decide the. denied are
preferred, In elemuitary or secondary manufacturers' championship membership and participation -
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ADVISORS education plus t years public school for sports passenger cars willWeeks The Size 01 Our ClassesIs the association due to their race and that
Train Vietnamese for vocational occupa functions on
classroom training and t years as pro- open the annual Speed public
floss Require M. A. vocational education fessor of education or 3 years school atjteytona International Speed funds. 1963 Volks
plus 9 years teaching experience. administration. on Friday, Feb. 3. The Negroes have a separate
way
'Salary: $10,000 $18,000 per year. Salary: $10,000 $18,000 per year. Named the Daytona Trans- Limited By Law, (['membership association but to they white do not deny I '..**..OM. IM OWMT

will schools. ....
American 300, the race .No e. At N.*
whites, however have
ever
FOR VIET NAM AND OTHEC FAR EAST COUNTRIES be lull run International over the Speedway's m d-track asked to join t the all-Negro or- 'QQ500

AUDITORS circuit, and Is open to U. S. Enroll Now To Be I Sure Of gani St. ration.Augustine one of the high
and foreign cars of over and est SOUTHSIDE
activities of major economic assistance of U. s. maxi- rated schools in the section
Participate In audit programs under two liters with a both
from
Require B. S. with minimum 24 semester hours accounting, supplemented by mum of five liters. Place. atheistic and a FORD
2 years experience public accounting or internal audits In private industryor The Daytooa Trans-American scholarship>> angle.

government. 300 carries $10,000 In prize Milt lee IIM- :

Salary: $6;500 to $15,000 per year.A. money, and already has attracted cool COACH BIVB. '
some 40 cars and many CALL 355-9874 EX 8-4513

I. D. Is An Eiual= Opportunity Employer of the country's best known I

sports cars drivers.
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I'' Special Effort To Recruit Negroes Bicycle Rodeo ParticipantsHAPPY Model Youth


For Civilian Jobs In Viet Nam V i Dies In Jax

A special effort! to recruit Viet Nam posts have an opportunity be separated from their [ Funeral services Roderick
Negro men and women to make an Important families for a minimum of U 1.V: f Keith Hargrove, better known
for civilian jobs in Viet Nam contribution to peace in that months, and may be assigned u "Ricky" of 760 W. ChurchSt.
got under way Thursdayin country. to remote and possibly .. who died Jan. 16, In a
Jacksonville and will con- A 20-man Washington team hazardous areas of Viet Nam. Jacksonville Hospital after a
tinue through Saturday.The was sent to Jacksonville to Up to a 25 per cent hardship r .tit va brief illness, will be held at
jobs, which require interview applicants at bonus is added to the basic 2 p.m. Saturday in Ebenezer
special skills, are describedin a temporary headquarters in salary, along with housing Methodist Church with Rev E.
an advertisement in this. the U. S. Post Office and CourtHouse allowance, medical care, and W. Newman, minister, officiating. -
newspaper today by the U, S, Candidates will be other benefits. He was born In this
Agency for International expected to call for an appoint- Mr. Platt said that the effortto city and resided here ill of
Development (AID). The ment on a special line, (Area bring a better life to the his life, attending A.L. Lewis
positions range in salary from Code 904)) 35 241. Personsout people of Viet Nam must go and Darnell-Coukman Junior
$6,500 to $18,000, depending of town may call collect. on long after hostilities there High School and was affiliated
on the Job and the person's Among the specialists to be have ended.II ," with the band. His religious
qualifications recruited, Mr. Platt said, are he pointed out, "our immediate affiliation was with Ebene-
William A. Platt, Public economists, provincial representatives goal is to help the Vietnamese zer Methodist Church serving
Affairs Chief for the Far East, registered nurses, resist aggression and to build as president of the Junior
explained that a variety of refugee relief specialists, the peace. This means working Usher's Board, an officer of
special skills are needed to auditors, public administration side by side with the Vietnamese the Youth Methodist Fellowship -
help win "the other war" in advisors, t teacher education people, helping them to build held coveted award in
Viet Nam-the war against disease advisors, vocational education schools, hospitals, roads, and religion, God and Country
hunger, and Illiteracy.He advisors, and automotive main- housing; helping them to become Award, Den chief of Cub Pack
said that Negro men and tenance specialist. better farmers, nurses, 51, a member of Boy Scout
women who can quality for the Candidates must be willing to teachers." Troop 51, Post 51 of Ebenezer
'_._'_'1 1I 1I and was holder of 27' merit
.ff?*, ChurchThe Survivors Include devoted
w Apostolic badges, a -
mother, M r a. Percey
Fifth Sunday's Union Tolbert Hargrove; father,
will hold service at the PEDALING There were as many smiles u two- gated In the event. Smiling happily also were: extreme len). Willie Hargrove; maternalgrandparents
Apostolic Church of God, wheelers at the Bicycle Rodeo held at Simond Johnson Park Director Bryant, Fred Marjenhotf, general supervisor; and Mrs. Nellte
Sunday, Jan 29. The Bible recently Recreation Director Carlton Bryant said the rodeo Emma Hightower; special supervisor. The rodeo was conducted Tolbert, and Herbert Totberf,
Class begins at 10 a.m., followed was a big success and that more than 71 youngsters partlcl- by the City Recreation Department. paternal grandmother, Mrs.
by the morning worshipat -- -- Annie Bell Tucker;sister,Miss
11:30 aim Evangelist C. Detroit
Dianne Hargrove, ,
'Collars will deliver the morn- Open House To Be Elks Lend Helping HandS Mich.; aunts, Mrs. Angeles T.
J Ing's message. The choir will Sam and Mrs.Louise Timmons,
"Jackfomille'ii Lnrgtst and Best Known* serve. Held At JWJ S city; uncles, Rodney Sam, city,
I Leonard Hargrove, Waycross: ,
J Jaxons UrgedTo Open House will be held Fri- Ga., and S. T. Timmons; God-
CATFISH day, beginning at 9;30 a.m.
mothers, Mrs. Modenla Cottrell -
CQl csI..6.r Hear AddressOf and continuing until 3:15 p.m. and Mrs. Eleanor W.
Slim cuti pricM U. Zj fj
In James Weldon Johnson Junior cousins Nellie A.Sam
Hurley, ,
SPECKLED TROUT EEC OfficialThe High School. Anthony R. Sam, Harold, Wes-
It e v. C. B. Dailey, pastorat ley Walter Sam, Mr. and Mrs.
First Baptist Church, will Wakefield Ford, Mrs. Wllhel-
public Is urged to attend be the speaker. He will be
I the address of Mr. Donald ... mena Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
introduced by Rev. J. B. F. .
Hollowell, Regional Director of TVJa W. Tolbert, New York N.Y.-
the Equal Employment Com- Williams, district superintendent Mrs. Eva Stone, Harry Stone,
WHITING mission. Sponsored by the of the North Florida Erica, Troy, Denise, Bryan
Citizenship Education Workshop District of the Methodist Stone, Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
Stilt TA. form h"i" of the Jacksonville Urban Church. .1. Miss Cheryl Ford Mrs.Bonnie
League. Various seminars will be held Matthews and Miss Bernice
BLACK SEA BASS C If you are interested in Improving with the students throughoutthe Thomas; a dear friend.

/W'rf OJI/Mnpp>ar Smrppw Honli 3 9 your employment day, and parents have been I ............. '
conditions, by all means planto asked to pay their membership
SPANISH MACKEREL meet with us Monday, Jan. dues during this time. w
/'mor Hill11/1 ID.SHEEPSHEAD 30, 800; p.m. at Sf. Stephens Parents and friends have been
AME Church auditorium, 5th invited to visit the school,lunch I IV
and Davis Sts. with the students and remainfor

7//<- .Inu.nwui* till inn_ This is your opportunity the open house assembly u :
We want to help YOUI1IJ hour at 1:45: p,m. : .
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WAREHOUSE STORE .
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'
SH.PThe 3000 W. 45th ST. CHEER Members of the Maceo Elks Lodge Christmas cheer committee are seen
with some of the goodies which they passed out last Christmas. From left are Dock Bowen,
Joe Pauline, 0. H. Beneby and Ralph Maultsby. state parliamentarian. Other members of the
; : p RICES IN THIS AD committee are E. J.,Norman, District Deputy; Leon Gonzales, and Frank Hampton.

store that. cares.aboutyou. j/! ,IRE GOOD THROUGH ROOMS FOR RENT FIGHT CANCEFHELP Cr\ 11111Afrief

Furnished rooms on bus lines.
SUNDAY, JAN. 29 475 W. 19th St.Phone 353-0420.. WANTED R rCola .

"SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTESTEAK FULL CUT ROUND Top Jobs NOWbest homes in
ROOM FOR RENT N.Y. City,New Jersey Frlendl
( ) Furn. rm. Single man or mar- families Fare sent, rush re,
80rBt155' 88 C ried couple. Hot and cbld water. ferences FREE GIFT. HELP WANTED

356-2503. 300 W, 40 St, N.Y.C. Dept. MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN, SEA-DO
r J03S::; salaries to $65, fare

i .;, advanced., Rush references,
phone number. ABLE MAIDS
r-ALWAYS FRESH ,
tr AGENCY 163 N. MAIN,FREEPORT WINESBIG
"SUPER-R161i" SHORT SHANK SMOKEDPICNICS Southside Tmt .. .. ......Ik. Sic N. Y.
Spanish Midunl ..II. 45e

6 TO 8 LB.AVG. Flimdtr ......,..tt Sic

,01" FISH CO. large Shrimp ......II. 1.35
39'SOLD
wAsst. Mel Urge Shrimp ..Ik. 12S TOOTHACHEWhy

LB. 2264 Atlantic Blvd. Select oysters ..pt 1.55 tulltr nonyf I.I mlnutm fit rind the
Standard Oysters pt 1 125 'lull with OflAJEl, SpMdralMM formula
;' putt It to work quickly lo nllrn throbbingtoothache .
t Ph. 3596494 Standard Oysters '"J pt S9c pi.n. Recommended by many..."
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IIIII.AI yourphimiKlit ....
for .' *

STREAM PINK SPECIAL!' Manager SPECIAL arm ( Sheepsliead. lb. 39c ara-jet. ,,=.;..iHUP US"c.

lei. lass .'........Ik. We
1 PAN TROUT Sited Oysters ......11. 5.51
SALMON luL: 59C pie Gal. Meat ....11I. 1.35

LB. 29t Nliti Crab. Meat ....Ik. 150 WANTED
..tit turn I Flee Types

SALES PEOPLEMen ...they're sure t.phase
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GOLD MEDAL PLAIN l OR SELF RISING LIMIT ONE WITH SPECIALIFLOUR and. Liberal women, draw to sell, advertising. liberal- FINE SHERRY

(5.00 ORDER Coming SoonAt (commission, easy work, quick PALE DRY mm
,;sales. You earn $75 to $150 if
,you're keen. Frhge oenefits CREAM SHERRY
5 LB.
49' ;Apply: FLORIDA STAA, 2323 mm FORT
BAG Moncrlef Rd. cor.13th.ISABELLA .
RUST
PORT

Gibbs Night Club of PARIS TAWNY PORT

,re4f RICH MUSCATEL
w* :: M THAT'S ME!11 hare the Amazing
SPECIAL! ALI FROZEN CONCENTRATED FLORIDA ORANGE Y* ,J Cf CALLAHAN, FLORIDA SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS, PURE BLACKBERRY

Pn.ici MauagorMeat Pep for all the things you want
Sat. January 25, 1961 to do. Box of 30 100. Satis
JUICE CTN.OF 6 6 OZ, 69C F faction Back.ISABELLA guaranteed or Money Try Them All

CANS ms's 11:00: F PM to 3AMAdmission
P.O. Box 239, Dept. S Gary,
Ted Taylor Indiana.


ALL BRANDS AE6. KING SIZE GERBER OR BEECHNUT STRAINED I a FREE $$2.50 Advance I LE O'S

OR fiLTER

Bus Service $$3.00 At Door Shoe Repariii

j BABY FOOD .
CIGARETTES Tables It) ., Of An Kill


; C'NT. OF $2 74 4 01. 1 Ted Taylor ** Is Oir Only Bisiiess c'5. s

JAR 1Oj
'; 10 PACKS EACH 934 .E. Utioi St.

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Manager \
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4 MAIDS FOR NEW YORK ."'rav'.'

UP TO 575 WEEKTop

-' FRESH, WINESAP I GOLD DELICIOUS OR *** little *** Jobs NOW,best homes in N.

Y. City, New Jersey. Friendly
families. Fare sent,rush refer DUlribuM by
'ii'UliC Johnnie
APPLES u.19C' Taylor ences. FREE GIFT. UUMROIEVtMGECO.JACMONVIUI .
MISS DIXIE AGENCY
Little Johnny Taylor 300 W. 40th St., H. Y.C.Dept. ,u (L 4-I1II
216. \
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