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directed by a white court official
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The Duval County school By Bennett WASHINGTON Chairman Emanuel Caller, D-N.. TJ, summoned fellow members at a served by him, not the sheriff.

board, obviously a last ditch elect committee charred with Investigating Adam Clayton Powell to their first meeting Outgoing sheriff Sadler, who

effort to stall complete For the first time in Florida Jan 24. Shown from left: Claude Pepper, (D-FlaJ); Charles II. Teague. (R-Callf.); Arch expected to be appointed county,

desegregation of schools By Negro Leaders history-es far as anyone can A. Moore, (R-W. Va.); Caller; Clark llacGregor (D-MlDD.l.Vemoa: W. Thomson. (R-WU.); constable soon, said be would

U ordered by the court was remember Negro has been and James C. Corman, D-Callf..). Reps. John Conyers Jr., D-Ulclu' ) and Andrew'J. Jacobs, have virtually the same

expected to file a suit in U. S. named to the U. S. Air (D-Ind.) were not present. TELEPHOTO authority In his district alibi

District, challenging the con- BIMINI, Bahamas-(NP9-Rep. Adam Clayton Powell(D-N.Y.) Academy under congressional- new sheriff.

stitutiontlity of last week's has threatened to expose his colleagues' misdeeds when he appointment. The sheriff is paid $40 a

sweeping orders. appears next week before a House committee Investigatinghis Congressman Charles ,E. Charles Simmons White Girl Held month plus fees for each duty

The school board attorney la fitness for office Bennett of Jacksonville performed. Sadler estimated,

balking about funds for remedial "Pm ready to go," he said ,dined toward letting Powell announced the appointment of for Murder Of 111I1864 1Dcomt at$1,000.wb1ca I

programs despite the fact that "Tin ready with lots of have his seat after all if be Theodore Thomas of 6011 Bema ,was probably underestimate '

... for decades Negroes bave' been 'Information ,shoal, my raakesjpaymenta ,on his debts Rd.,.& senior.at WlUlamRaincs, 1t.. Pleads, Fot.Joiis. )Jackie Robinson's' 'Kin' 1 'IJo'hs
denied equal and first class colleagues ,U you've read the to Mrs James.Whatever 'High Scbool; For flags)j ', J
education.Another. various Thomas has been' named ,,
exposes about ,ithe New York u Jacksonville's PASADENA, Calif. - "- beef In.his brief has Washington/ know what Imean. the fifth alternate. recently Job'IJAIOrtunltJe. is a J Joint .
you, Congressman has done openly, appointed civil service I board responsibility business. and young,woman has been blamedin Won
to do with an estimated '18,000co. .". Robert' William Glveni.I Br NAACP Mi;
.t for mailing noticesto "I don't Intend to hide the most of his colleagues have' a senior at Wolfson HighEchootand I member,Charles E. SimmonsJr. government. Good Jobs require the mutilation slaying of ,
done on the sky Use of congressional made a strong plea for training and experience and Kenneth Mack Robinson 28,
students. But it has been troth the embattled Lawrence Milton Cole, a In
1
funds for world tours community improvementbeforethe special efforts to provide thesemust nephew of former baseball star MississippiPORT
pointed out that there has never Congressman said when asked freshman at the New Mexico
been about the funds "on official business." but Military Institute have been Klwanis Club this week be made In the field of Jackie Robinson
any cry for Deals Marie Canto, 23, who GIBSON Miss. Toe I
paid to lawyers who /have been really private pleasure Is named principal appointees to and declared that "aggressive -
said to be was arraigned in Municipal Claiborne County Miss
commonlnCongrese.Besides leadership Is needed to provide ,
fighting the school desegregation the U. 8. Air Force Academy,
edict Sources unseating Powell Colorado Job opportunities and employment Court charged that she had Branch: of the NAACP has lifted ,
Springs Colorado.
would present problemsfor for Negroes." been kept against her will In a ten-month protect against I
report that records will show Given, 17, son of Cot and
Robinson's apartment and said white businesses
after
every Congressmen whose I Simmons said the large winning
some $20,000 tolawr.n Mrs William C. Givens 3635
was paid ,
own skirts aren't clean. percentage of Negroes who are she had used his car to escape. a list of concessions from the
(other than Adams) to Leewood Lane Jacksonville,
function in the desegregation If Powell could be ousted after scored in the top, 10 per cent unemployed! and the low salary Robinson's partly clad body white leadership of this cu,.:
being accused of living high on scale of many who are working, was found sprawled on a sofa Charles Evers, state ,field
fight One oft these was Identifiedas on the verbal and top three
congressional funds and evading are largely respoipsibleforigh by Ms roommate. He had been director for the NAACP, said:
Fred Kent local cent male math of the
attorney court orders in his home state -per ----.---- crime rates, poor health and tabbed several times, police here, Jan. 2Si "We are golnf
Board attorney Elliott Adams the way would be open unseat t f, blighted areas in the Negro aid. to end the boycott but go Into.

said that in his opinion the other Congressmen on any community. Jason Gets Highest a selective buying campaign<

provision) on school transfersis number of charges. He pointed out that many conditioned on whites ncVUnt.

contrary to the 14th Since few Congressmendldoof buslnesset now are making Scouting AwardIn up their end of the ttrtunj*.
Amendment and is "direct have enemies among their every effort to implement Job Mr. Evers reported that Port

discrimination" by race. ADAM CLAYTON POWELL colleagues, BO member of the training programs. "Providing CHARLES E.SIMMONS an impressive ceremony Gibson's political and business

The provision In question whether he would charge his legislative body would be safe held last Thursday night at leaders have agreed to appoint
States that the school board colleagues by name with abuses from the threat of having his American Negroes Negro Simmons employment, he said. the Craig Field Armory Joseph a Negro policeman In this ton
said that
of the
'ball on request permit any of their congressional office. seat pulled out from under him C. Walden was given scouting's of 2,900 persons, and a Negro,
.student to transfer from The committee has until Feb by Representatives who had the Urged To Support approximately 4,500 city em highest a war cI-Ct Silver deputy sheriff for the county.:
a school where students of his 23 to recommend whether "dirt" on him, Just as they/ I ployes only 13 per cent are Beaver Award. The wel The major stores have agreed
Negroes and all but a few of ......
bad -- to
race are in a majority to any Powell should be seated. On on Powell Black Africa the laborer hire Negro clerks .
these in class.
other school in the system the opening day of Congress, In addition, there were the are of Negroes Be further reported that "the
Powell's colleagues voted to Negro voters back home to I County employment hospitals and the school are
where students of his race are WASHINGTON, D. C.-Civil Is about the same. On the other '
In a minority. unseat him pending an invest consider and Negroleaderswbo rights leader A.Philip Randolph hand it was noted that Negroes to be desegregated, and pAile
gation. threatened racial,, unrest if accommodations opened to us."
Judge Bryan Simpson also win has warned that seethlngunreit 22 cent of t ecity's
be asked the rehearing motion The day before, be wan Powell was unseated. THEODORE: WILLIAM THOUAS I> In South Africa could erupt at compose per and 30 A major development) which

to modify two other provisions. stripped/ of his chairmanship Among those leaders were A. Scholastic Aptitude Teat. any time into a "catastrophic cent of population the county's, per has grown out of the effort
of the House Education and Philip Randolph, international of the'NAACP branch la this
Adams termed "utterly 1mpou1b1l" Rep. Bennett also named alternated race war between black and la order to obtain a
Labor Committee. president of the Brotherhood county seat Is the creation ota ,
a provision that the
to the U.B. Air ForceAcademy. white Africans classified Job with the city,
Powell accused of of Sleeping Car Porters who standing "negotiating comp
school board shall provide was converting "An irrepressible bloody
Those<* under Given Simmons explained, a Negro
mittee" both
committee funds warned of the "deepened crisis representing
some
remedial education programsfor the principal appointee, are: conflict looms menacingly upon first must show be has the
for his His in Negro-white relations", as Negro and white leadership
personal
students who are attending use. legal Charles William Dorman, first the horiion of Southern experience and schooling
troubles in New York wherebe a result of Powell's troubles
or have attended all-Negro Rhodesia and South Africa...
alternate, S306 Eulace Road, to qualify for It, then must
had been cltedfromcriminal in Congress. UJ Nodes
schocs "to overcome past l
a freshman at Florida Junior Four million whites of pass a competitive examination
Inadequacies In their contempt of court, also contributed Meanwhile, leaders of the Rhodesia! South African
College; Joseph Duncan Chase, ,Angola and rank to the top five amongthe
to his Congressionalsetback. major civil rights organisation
duration second alternate, 4012 Rogero and Mozambique llveamongand sp Il1eanti. Negro Jidge
Adams declares there will not issued a j Joint statement
dominate, exploit and
Road, a freshman at Florida oppress The appointing authority, a
be.enough funds available for The Congressman, however, support of Powell 30 million black Africans "Mr. W.ALDElf--
State University; Richard department head, then may JOSEPH: C.
U.S. Curt
next made two comebacks expected The leaders charged that the To 1
remedial programs year Randolph said in address
Wayne Blgnon, third alternate, an select any one of these top sentatton was made during an
to influence his Congressman had been denied
because of a $4-mllllon cut by colleagues to 5131 Rosebay Court, a senior prepared for delivery at The five for the open position."Our "Appreciation Banquet" held WASBIHGTOIfNI'I)> .
Commission in the let him nave his seat doe process In being unseated.
the
Budget : The at Englewood High School; Guy American Negro Leadership civil service records show that by the North Florida Council. President Lyndon B. Johnson.
He offered rights
restrictionson to movement they
current and use proceeds
budget Warren Demoret fourth alter- Conference on Africa at its even when a Negro is among Mr. Walden Is a member of has named General Sessions
the amount of to be from his long-playing record said, was deeply concerned
money Faith nate, 7940 Catawba Drive, a opening session here Jan. 26. those top>> five, he seldom gets the Central Methodist Episcopal Court Judge Joseph C. Waddyto
the because Harlem had been
next school "Keep BabyP to
available] the ,
year senior at Wolfson High School; Roy Wilkins! ,NAACPexecutbve the Job," Simmons added. Church where be has served become the third Hem,
because of the state rollbacklaw. jay off some of the money he "Improperly deprived of" and David Russell Keelor. fifth director, presided at this Simmons said be is In favorof u Sunday School Teacher for sitting on the U. ,8. DunnesCourt.
owes a Harlem widow whom representation in the house
alternate, 1810 Bllodeau Court; session of the three-day conference the system, but napes) it the past 20 years.Be has served .
The school board motion also be was convicted of clelamlDc.Powe11' "We do not close our eyes
threats of to the shortcomings of Mr. now attending St. Leo College held at the MayflowerHotel could be Improved and more u chairman of the Trustee Waddy, whose appointment
another
will seek to change exposing
tils Powell Preparatory School, St. Leo, Jan. 26-28. classified Jobs givento Board and treasurer and Lay must be confirmed by the v...
fellow other
requiring that between congressmen's own or any Congressman. -
provision, Florida. All from "The danger of armedconfllct Warden Senate had been
are Negroes."You Leader. Scouter is a recommended I
derelictions We have not these
July 15 and Aug. 1 the was working to fought
between black and white Africa
Jacksonville. realize the problem of Mason and a member of the by both the
school board send notices by keep him in office many years against .the Beer.AssCccia
Those the was escalated and became more
under Cole, Negro employment must be Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge & das tor
A I960 the basis
first class mall to television broadcastIn seniority system as
parents principal appointee are: acute when the Rbodesian solved sake of the D Court
which he called] Mrs Esther for selecting committee for the our No. 215. a vacancy on C.
them of the location
advising Kenneth Ray Edwards first government, representing 220, over-all the In
chairmen economy, scouting Mr. Walden has of Appeals.Waddy .
of the school their childrenare James of Harlem a "bag only to abandon it
In the of Mr. Powellbecause ,alternate, 8949 Shasta Drive, 000 whites, rejected British Insurance executive said served ss a troop>> committee appointed a Domestic
to attend the woman, or graft collector for case
fo11ow1DtJUI' crooked policemen, was the be Is a Negro," the a senior at Englewood High terms for ending a year-old "And you must help to solveit member, Neighborhood Com- Relation Judge in 1962, will be

The motion will ask that a start of his problems. laden GJ4"I1au1nr School; Kennon Gallaber dispute over Rhodesia's unilateral to make Jacksonville aflner, missioner, a member of the Joining William B. Bryant aid

of enclosing noticesof Later, oe was convicted of the ItatemtDt'WIre Holmes! second alternate, 6075 declaration of more prosperous and .more Camping Committee, Camp Aubrey E. Robinson Jr., as the
past policy Terry Parker North, a senior independence: without regard to progressive community," ne Coacoocbee maintenance head, third Negro District Court Judge
where students to attend criminal contempt of court- Whitney M.
are Young executive
at Parer School the wishes and interests of '
civil Terry High ; added. ,' and a member of toe Orderc in me area.Meanwhile. h
school with their final a charge-after falling director National
report Urban Joseph Reid Lester, third four million black Africans" the Arrow. Mr.,Walden has Lab C. Moore '
cards be continued. to appear in court and givea League Randolph Bayard alternate, 848 dynlea Road, Mr. Randolph said. ** ** ** over 20 years experience inScouting. was nominated by President
Adams said the federal court reckoning of his naDces. Rustic, executive director A.
The
a senior at Englewood High veteran civil rights and Johnson for his second four-
order to mall the notices would The contempt citation by the Philip Randolph Institute
; Dr. School John David Frketlc labor leader urged the Nero Walden
; Vote Yes was recently appointed year term u V. B. marshal
New York
of which fiupremo Court, in Martin Lather
cost $15,000
some King Jr., fourth alternate, 4709 Burgundy American community to serveas u Assistant District for the District of Columbia
around $' 000 would be for effect, banned him from New presided Southern ChristianLad.rdp
Road a senior at Nathan B. a catalyst for mobilising
York' ; Commissioner for units In Moore, 42, former assistantU.
postage alone. School officials where be faces arrest Conference; and Forrest High School and public opinion In support ot FOR ELECTRIC UTILITIES: Callahaa. Baldvla and 8. attorney Is the second
if be
would tovolve enters the state. Boy WUttns NAACP
said such. a system Congressmen indicated that executivedirector William Raises High student, the cause of black Southern BOND ELECTION FeraandUa Beach, Fhu Negro to hold the post Bis

approximately 118,000 Theodore William Thomas,fifth Rhodesia in particular, and It was announced by District appointment; too, must be confirmed
letters. they would be favorably In- alternate black Africa to general Tuesday, February 7 Commissioner James II.SItU". by the 0. 8. Senate.'fT. .



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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company GROUPS' By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.


A LOOK AT ADOPTIONS
MEMBER
IGNORANCE ? ,
Every now and then something happens which reveals how
absurd prejudice is. The whole country got such a lesson from
NEGRO P TIONAL the story of what happened to the Llunl family when they triedto
adopt a 4 1/2-year-old girl who had been In their foster

r EORO care since the was 9 days old.It .

ERIC 0. SIMPSON,,....,"anain{ Editor missioner was reported refused that to let the them county adopt welfare the com child*

because she is blond and blue-eyed and the i iLlunls III
HILDA WOOTEN.......Circfllalion MaUler ;s of Italian extraction, are dark-eyed
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YA r ; / brunettes. Fortunately the story mad a happy>
ending a few weeks ago when a court approved
2323 Honcrief Road Phone Elfin 4'&lm't' hr the adoption --
F / t Incidents like this have the beneficial: effect of shocking:
Mailing Address --_ people Into the realization that prejudice can hit anyone and
e : the absurdity of judging people by the color of their eyes or

P.O. Box 599 Jacksonville, Florida 32201 :. : hair the points color of up their the skin.It equally. stupid practice of Judging peopleby

also focuses attention on adoption rules procedures.. Thisis
MIAMI OFFICE especially acute because of the plight of thousands of Negro

t children being brought up in institutions at the same time that
5018. NW 7th Ave Phone 151.3819 7., ". .. ;. there exist long waiting list of white families trying to adopt
,4(1t -.
I children.
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES $ : '''' It is time to put the light of reason on this subject lAd
One Year, $8.00 Half Year, $4.00 : t 'rf.11 encourage interracial adoptions The color of a child's skin.

Ma1*.l.d to You Anywhere In the United states I' 1"I..1,:!: .t should not determine whether he will lanquish in an orphanage
Subscription payable In advance "'i or be brought up in the loving atmosphere of a home where to
.. :. ;. is wanted and needed. There are many people who would Jumpat
Send Check or, Money Order to: ,,,: ',h 'f the chance to adopt one of these children state welfare
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 "1{ ', t \ '. I bodies and private agencies made the effort to encourage it.

Jacksonville 1..Florida 1 ," ......,..' '.l :.: ,( ,t 'fJ::, Although some agencies have modified their regulations, old
., \ .\ ," "
: ( : habits die hard.
\ t. t '
I: ;:':....t} 4J "\i ;'l. } *t'i" :::::}"," But there have been breakthroughs. Toronto, Canada has a
Iii' I '''''! "'t.1H"1"' :: r ,.,;', :-.'} "jjt.I., .u..At I.I'J I.-.; _':(. d1U successful program of placing Negro children in white homes.
That Reapportionment Question Again \".....\;.;;> ;::11.; .w.. ",",)" ,\ I'511"". .'aLilhwckeFMA, Three years ago its Social Planning Council became concernedat
UNITY IN lEADERSHIP MUSTI! the lack of adoption homes for Negro children. They Joined
with Toronto's adoption agencies ina campaign to explain the
If one reads the news media and views -- -- --- -.i.-.d.-----.r..y need and provide Information to the public.
television, he will be amazed by the ina- 1 The program was a success About 100 children were placed
bility of various states to reapportiontheir with families who weren't concerned about being trail-blazers
legislatures. One of them is our YOUR Weekly 1I or pioneers; they Just wanted a child in the house and weren't
going to let superficial differences like skin color or hair
State of Florida.The .
color get in t the way of their happiness.
St. Petersburg Times in an editorialof
I Some adoption agencies attempting to place Negro children
January 27th, wrote a masterpiece--- t have met with similar experiences. If more white families
bubbling over with ironical. humor---under 1 forget color when they seek to adopt children many more
the title 'Court Gets the Message. The Horoscope Guide homes would be enlivened by the sound of happy childen and
reader will get a pleasant chuckle as he ** many more couples would reap the rewards of parenthood
1 Fm sure that such efforts would be successful. The Urban
reads this delightful piece.It .
** 1
League has a program of bringing bright Negro high school
'
is true that the Court has turned
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 students from the South to live with families In some New
down three reapportionment plans of the *
1 York suburbs during the school year. The purpose of the
Florida Legislatures. Did the 1 program is to give these youngsters the benefit of good
legislators profit by their two past 1 t pre-college schooling, but the response of white families to
mistakes? Definitely notl! 1 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 providing a ten-month home for them Indicates that the

The Times' editorial indicated that the 1 1I barriers of prejudice are not difficult to breach.An .
Court wasn't planning on accepting 'the 1 interracial adoption drive should be led by people who
patched-up plan put together by the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL i are leaders in their community and who have the social and
1 economic security to open their homes and their hearts to
Legislature. It said further: 1 r I bemeless Negro children Once people see that community
"(The Court) realizes that one-man, one 1 leaders act this way whatever resistance exists will falter
ote means exactly that---not one-cow, .- -- -- -- '- !-- -- -- -. ---III------- -- -- i Whatever problems will be encountered are small Indeed beside

one-vote, not one-tree, one vote, not ARIESBORN CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN the opportunitley and rewards to be reaped.I .
evfen you-help-save-my-legislative-seat- once met a fellow on a plane who proudly showed me
11-help-save-yours..' MARCH BORN IUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. snapshots of his family. In addition to his own three children,

Since our own legislators refuse to do 21th APRIL 19th 22nd. IULY 22nd 23rdOCT. 23rd 22nd- JAN. 19th he had three Asian children and three Negro children whomhe
had adopted. He had a miniature UN at home. His pride
is expected of them the only
what' Waste not. Social life is it'. the old trick. No matter temptation and the smiling faces of the children were a lesson to anyone
Justas Show The
t recourse left is for the Court to do the strength. You have little choice. Capricornlans -; who doubts that! interracial adoption would work
job. And when it does, let the legislators Important as a more. serious what disguise temptation may'assume to spend, speculate) or' give on the whole, know ,
loud"and occupation in the pursuit of It tan only lead to the in to emoUonS'seem. to be 'better than' anyone else whatIt
howl long as some of them health, wealth and happiness.But same loss or disappointment just as insidious as It is persistent is to pull themselves up
ire retired from their seats if it Is of the kind that u before. Do not be captivatedby It could overcome objections by their boot straps. While this THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy

entails wasting your vital as Dame Fortune or the luresof even when aware that is an ordeal of a special kind,
well u material resources, an attractive person for you may be asking for trouble It also carries the advantage CLANZELL BROWNIn
''e L leThe Unicameral Legislature delay no longer In seeking new your pocketbook could be their as a consequence. The disapproval of imparting wisdom and experience -
friends, higher values and a main targets. They are not of an associate or some to those who have to
much more constructive pat- likely to hesitate playing on one high In authority is not undergo it. This knowledge can describing the racial problem many people confuse their
ir 't not be too quick to say that we tern to which must heart strings when this with solution. Some view the problem
you adapt. seemsto likely to make the course an now come In very handy when definition of it its people
want a unicameral legislature why Those who may be willing to be the only way to reach easy one on the 3rd. There someone may mistake your as, the failure of the Negro to achieve integration while others
not, and it is feasible, to get the facts aid in establishing this desirable you. It would be a mistake to are occasions when It takes reserve for gullibility and refer to it as the failure of the Negro to achieve ,,equal
from Nebraska which is the only state goal may be legion once sever home ties for any reason more character to submit than attempt to sell you a worthless partnership in pluralistic: society But the issue is dramatically
employing the unicameral legislative.The they are convinced that you are whatsoever unless thoroughly to resort to a defiant stand. bill of goods. Those who try clear it Is simple to describe and It can be expressed in
bicameral anxious and determined to go prepared to set out In the world You could come to this very to prove friendship through terms which do not confuse definition with solution.The Negro's
legislative opponents laud through the entailed pains and and meet it on its own harsh conclusion when you allow your bombast or flattery often are, problem arises because his minority status hasbrpught about
the system of checks and balances which sacrifices terms. mind to overrule your heart. the most suspect. Another day greatly limited life chances in comparison with those of the
t' I claim are necessary in a democracy. 7.50.88.16.329 6- 60 -55- 17624 3.70.22.14.159SCORPIO when pressure may be appliedto white majority. Furthermore when viewed over a period of
"t lay:: be true, but in many cases these trap you into making a com- years this disparity In life chances appears to be frozen;
I.ks are used to the advantages of the TAURUS mittment of no mean in fact, in some areas it has increased.
lators and not the public LEO proportions is the 3rd. Whether in economic security citizenship housing education,
James K. Pollock, professor of political BORN APRIL BORN JULY BORN OCT. 5.10.44.19.770AQUARIUS family stability, health, crime-the Negro is subject to grossly
unequal life chances The effect is to seriously reduce his
science, at the University of 20th- MAY 20th 23rdAUG. 22nd 24thNOY. 22nd access to opportunity and the exercising of that opportunity
Michigan, helds that "our present problems Set your pace The old saw Just face it There Is chance Are you 'sure? Some of you in comparison with the white majority while adding significantly -
require proper answers and I believe about the person walking alone that many of you Leos are could be laboring under a mis- to his burdens and handicaps In comparison with those
that a single house legislature, getting the farthest could apply mainly responsible for the stateof apprehension regardingcareers BORN JAN. experienced by whites. At the 1965 Conference of the Urban
especially in the light of the apportionment to many Taureans at this stage affairs that keep you from homes and family re- League Whitney Young stated the purpose of the League in
. decisions, would more adequately in life The wrong mate or making any appreciable pro- lationships. Taking any sort 2Oth- 18thTis these terms, "Our major goal is to eliminate inequality in
feet needs." partner often turns out to be gress. You may be marriedto of action without first making always thus. Whether life chances of Negroes and other minority groups"To
our present the biggest barrier to success the wrong person who is the certain that there Isn't there is a change leadership many people the. solution of the problem of equalizing
rtainly no one will deny that a uni- This whole matter should it be cause of the largest and never- the slightest possibllty of you in the composition of administrative the life chances of the Negro is a simple one. If the Negro
... eral legislature would operate more present in any particular case, ending drain on your pocketbook making a mistake could resultin or groups those who really wants to improve himself it is up to him. If he Is dowr
economically because of fewer members, may have to be mulled over Or you are not sufficiently an injustice to others or a do the actual work and who and out. If he has fewer life chances, he has only himself to
abdication of checks and balances, and and a positive decision reached. In control of your emotions' ,development that is unfavorable out policies remain the blame. People who see the cause of the Negro's problem u
the elimination of the need for Once having started the wheels to refuse'anyth1nc to the one Another day when a crisis in carry same. Therefore, the individual failure say to the Negro "learn to speak better
com- moving in the wanted direction, you love Or you may be slaveto the world or private life may complexities of official pro- dress well but less conspicuously become quieter and more
promises between two houses in the case it will be necessary to push the whims of Lady Chance make you feel as if there is cedures and red tape are moderate In your behavior work !harder save your money,
of two versions of the same bill. with the greatest vigor and who is not always lavish in nothing left to do or to hope if ever, eliminated. fix up your property attend concerts and the symphony
If the one-house legislature has worked determination until reaching her gifts or who demands a for many the 3rd. But many of It seldom appears that it is not the ballet, visit art museums, frequent the theater meet and know
for years in Nebraska, why can't it work your destination. Beware emotions big price to be courted. Any us have gone through similar first time that Aquarians have the right people, and your problems will be resolved. It will
in Florida? that could trick you into one of these factors may lie or worse times before and run against frustrating only be a matter of time Haven't the Jews the Irish, the
abandoning alms and settling behind the difficulties that arise there Is no valid reason for blocks up to their aspirations and Italians-even the Southern whites-solved their problems,
Viet' HaIR War Needs More MenThe back in the old rut from which' in abode and in closest associations. taking too serious a view of endeavors to establish a stable this way?' This prescription for solving the Negro racial
you prefer to escape. things Just now way of existence, such as they problem is called acculturation or more commonly the
4809916.550 8.90.33.15.181SAGITTARIUS "melting pot" approach. People who believe in this approach
Defense have believed to be their due.
Department
Has served notice
1.40.77.1$ 903 would seek to help the Negro equalize his life chances by
that the call for the draft in March will GEMINI a-20.66.13.875 making him a "dark white man," .

amount to 11,900 men for the Army. This VIRGO This accultration model has not solved the racial problem
number represents 1,000 more than the last BORN MAY BORN for two compelling reasons: ((1)) it Is based upon the principlethat
NOV.
monthly quota. 21st.. JUNE 21stThat's BORN AUG. PISCES If a member of a sub-group can lose those character-
The proposed March level still is relatively 23rd.DEC. 21st BORN FEB. istics which set It apart then he becomes indistinguishable
low however life It often happens 23rd-SEP1. 22nd from the majority group and will thus have the same life
compared to the that those who have striven Discipline is grand. Whetherit chances as the members of the
Don't There 20th majority group. This principle
guess are times 19th MAR
rate maintained in .
1966 for the Vietnam the hardest is of the
are the ones who when kind that is self- might work were it not for the Negro's skin color which
one might arrive at decisions ,
buildup It is nearly 4,000 below the obtain the smallest rewards without being in full- imposed, or of the sort that Who's responsible? There makes him an accessible target' for group subordination and
15,000 call-ups recently set. Some Geminlans are quite apt possession of the facts. And the is applied for the benefit of seems to be little doubt about exploitation, (2) the "melting pot" approach is also based
For some reason, the Air Force, Navy and to arrive at this conclusionon tendency to institute new work- those who share your abode, having something on your mindor upon the principle that, if an individual can succeed in our
Marines are continuing to fill their the 1st.. But it could complicate ing methods that have not had discipline is about the best conscience But blaming luck occupational system he can rise to the top) of our status-
needs with voluntary matters all the more the benefit of severe character-builder In'exist- or other persons for something hierarchy. But the Negro's efforts to develop economic
enlistments.This testing
to try and offset this condition beforehand ence. Figure out the exact cause that you yourself have done security have come to a point in history when certain
could also major
means, of course that more of by of will not provide a facile
our embarking on an ill-advised overcome better your problems or handicap- way changes in our economic system all but closed the traditional
Judgment when
young men will be called upon to meet speculative venture, or to under These ptnf inhibitions and start out. The truth must be faced doors to economic security
the nation's marry with the idea pressure. are all evolving a plan that and the blame, if any, placed
requirements of fighting men. that this factors that keep the" list of will The Negro most engage in a program of economic development -
This will cause more brothers sons, and will solve all your difficulties. mishaps In Industry and the effectively remove them. This squarely where it belongs,even To do so requires the acquisition of economic power
In the cases of also 1*a period when statementsor if it is on your own shoulders,
fathers to be scheduled for overseas duty. some who know highways breaking new records which Is defined her as the capacity to exploit economic
the true meaning of love, whe- news items in general are' Taking financial chances opportunity and to apply economic
and sanctions.
War always brings with it tragedies. over over again. Those Operationally
For ther for a most suspect IUd should not or getting mixed up ,in emotional -
person or a branch of whose social it means the ability to get Jobs;become dispersed throughout
instance you interestsor
in this war a woman was widowed of learning the possibilities be accepted at face value. attachments is another the occupational structure with mobility in each
twice in the space of two jnf professional requirements Trouble could stem of Inviting trouble on a occupational
years. A mother making marks in the desired from mone- way class; the ability to Influence vital centers of decision
in
Impose a great strain
and father with eight sons and two daugh- directions'are somewhat moreprimising liquid and reserve assets on your tary and emotional complications large scale. Anyone legally tied regard to a more equitable allocation of community economic
ters were bereaved by the death of threeof The talents that have .also take into consideration must the that Include friends who to you will not take lightly resources; the ability to mobilize the capital for group
their sons who were fighting in Viet- 'been cultivated and given the advisability of doing everything are too daring and uncontrol- any straying on your part, interests; to get a fair return on the dollar spent; and the
acid test could lable. An attempt to get others'to Gould you consider followingsuch
to control
nam. carry some to humanly possible to ease it. ability an equitable share of the wealth.
unprecedented accept reason could succeed a course. ,
come.Who knows, maybe the worst is yet to 5.20 22 heights.. 18 715 7-10- 88-14. 410 .P .50.44 ;8 131 2.30'6S > 11 111 to Nn1 aid the Imaginative economic and potential long range of the programs Negro.IC must be designed






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FEBRUARY 4, 1961 STAR puns ._ IG.t.


Blue' Shadows Hold .Annual Party' I

I CALENDAR EVENTS SOCIALLY SPEAKINGWith ___ I I l ,VfUflMlMHSMttMMroALA .,_ :
#':' ::.;.,. ,'<'f't; ".

The first annual Distributive a week for special services Louise GuinyardThe ,
Education Cooperative Association ReY. C. D.Dailey.pastorforthe n,

Extravaganza will be presented past "..u year., announced 1967 March Of Dimes Campaign is AI
at New Stanton Senior that the event will have as Its underway, with H. James Gree heading

High School Feb 17,beginning theme, "The Power of" True the northwest district, and Mrs. Alma
at 8
p.m. Spiritual Togetherness.
Cash cochairman.The I .
The presentation Is sponsored Among the participants wlUbe
March Of Dimes Fund Committeeis
by the students and parents who Rev William A. Jones Jr., Raising
art part of the DECA program pastor of Bethany Baptist sponsoring a bridge tournament in
of the school according to Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.He will connection with the drive, under the
Prlnlcpal C. D. Brooks. preach eacbni&htat'7:3Oo'cloetUooday direction of Capers G. Bradham. The
Outstanding musicians and talent : through Friday during committee met with representatives from P
In the county area will be the celebration local bridge clubs last Thursday to
featured. The' participants will The opening sermon will be further plans for the concert. Bridge
Include: Mrs. Lillian T.Robinson given by the pastor at U a.m., #
players are encouraged to be on the alert
orgalnlst and musician; and at'i p.m., a praise and
Dancing Majorettes of New thanksgiving service through for the announcement of the date for

Stanton ensembels from the song testimony and prayer will the tournament.

school Symphonic Band, DarneUCookman "be held
III III III .
William Raines Homecoming Day will be observed -
Glee Club, New Stantoo Glee Feb. 19 with a special: The third annual dinner meeting of the
Club and others. service planned at 3 p.m. Rev. Jacksonville Urban League will I be held

Proceeds will be used to help j.C.Sams and members of Second Monday evening, February 20, at 7:30 p.m. ,
finance will have
field to
a proposed trip Baptist Church at Civic Auditorium.
New York City by the club members -
charge. Dinner reservations be made at the .
may
to tour Macys and the garment ...
'district., xxxxxxx League's office, 625 w. Union street or TIME-::Members of the Slue Shadows Mrs". Mary 'Matthews". reporter; Mrs.;.
AdVanced tickets may be secured A program will be presented from members of the dinner committee.
trommembersoithepro- the Holy Church of the Living One of the most Social and Savings Club who enjoyed an Virginia I Flornoy, chaplain ; Mrs. Ann
12 delightful bridge partiesof evening of gaiety when hey held their Owens, chairman courtesy committee and
gram or by contacting the DE God Z, 1995 Yulee St., Feb. the ,
offkl. at 3 p.m., with Mrs. Lucile current season was given last annual party at the Club Eldorado are Willie Wells, treasurer. ,
XXIXXXX Thompson In charge. Saturday evening by Kardettes Bridge seen here. Seated from left are Mrs.M PHOTO UY ROYAL ART I
The Union Progressive Bap- Rwr J. K. Jackson will be the Club, In the lovely Vermon 'Road Home of I Inn i i'e Ola Carter, Mrs. Pearl Ie Mae
tint Association Red Circle will the Kernaa McFarl* The occasion was -.
speaker at 7 p.m., and the Sellers, Mrs. Carrie Smith, club critic; -- ,
observe its 15th anniversaryFeb. .Jerome Thomas Singers will be was the installation or officers for the Mrs. Myra sick fund treasurer I
12 at 3 p.m.. la Abyssinia presented In a recital at 8:30: current year. Sausby, ;
Baptist Church, according to p.m., sponsored Mrs.A.Col- The very Impressive Installation ceremonywas Mrs. Murdell I Bailey, business Standing and
: .. Wattle: Gllllam, director. lins. Mrs. Julia Webb, president. are WOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN
performed by Mrs. Sadie Tellis I who
The participants will Include: xxxxxxx Roosevelt Sausby, Mrs. Ethel P. Anderson,
Mrs. A. B. Reed, Fountain Miss Yvonne Hampton was elected officially declared Mable Robinson-Jones Mrs. Verna Long secretary ; Mrs. Mary

Chapel Chorus, Mrs. Leona president of the Junior president; Geneva Adams, vice president; Murphy, Mrs. Norris Francis, Donnell Hall I STORE ONLY :
Daniels, Miss Rosa Lewis,Miss choir at Mt. Carmel Baptist Mary Walker, secretary ; Sybil Butler,
Rosemary Sapp,Miss Ernestine Church. treasurer ; Louvlnla Solomon business
Thomas, Trenedettes, Miss Other officers elected were: manager (by proxy); Hattl Stewart, special WEDDING BELLS 300 Hogan
Nora Anderson, Mrs.: T.P.Mc- Miss Betty Holmes,vice president projects chairman; and Vennette Thayer,

Call, Mrs. Belinda Rochester, ; Miss Patricia Cooper, Guests attending the party included l mesdames Willie Lee Simon Jr., 5705 Otell Ackerman, 5728 Holly- Nylon, MELAMINE Fortified LINOLEUM
Mrs. Helen Felix,Mrs.: A.Price secretary; Miss: Jackie Wig- *
Barbara Walker Doris Scott Benedict Rd., 20 and Yvonne hock Rd., 22 and Gladys Marie
Mrs.: Veronica Holloway, Mrs. gins, assistant secretary; Mrs. Rd. 18. Lockett 1732 St.
Todd, 3340 Japonica University ,
Mettle: Gllllam, and Rev. B. L. P. Smith, treasurer; Miss Do- Hartense Brewington Dannette Howe lie, 22. Double Wear Surface RUGS9X12

Wynn. rothy Daniels, chaplain; Joseph Edna M. Bell Doris Jones, Lois Avery, A Z. Carlson, 1711/ Dot. St.,

XXXXXtX Glssentanner, business mana- Juanjta Wyatt, Demetral Wester, Jessie 27 and Edith Man Roman, John Henry Oliver, 2210 Cato
The 86th anniversary of First ger; Miss Shirley Daniels sick Boddie and Myrtle Turner. 2185 Morehouse Rd., 22. Rd., 21 and Roberta Louise
Baptist Church, 1025 JessieSt., chairman and Leroy Hampton, High scorers in the bridge session.were Lucas, 2309 Southern Ave., 1$.
will be observed Feb.12-19 win reporter. Lois Avery, Hattie Stewart, Doris Jones Marlon Beckon, 1374 Prince

and Margaret Starkes. St., 25 and Blanche Adams, Roger Jerome Queues,Spring-
SPECIAL PURCHASE FROM Kardettes present in addition to officersand 1970 W. 6th St., 17. field Gardens, N. Y.. 21 and
CHRYSLER CORPLow Gloria Elaine Caldwell, 1615
prize winners were'Margaret Wilson
836 21st St. 18.
W.
Charles Randolph Chapman, ,
As 5000 Miles On These! Margaret Starkes, and Thomasina McFarlin.III .
Full Price Do.... Rushing St., 20 and Willie Mae
,66 Plymouth Fury III $2395 S295 III t III IF M" 11 Green, 952 W. Beaver St., 16. Jimmie Gertman Jones, 722
Al W, Monroe: St., 34 and Ozell
ac.M AUTOMATIC fAC7ORV WAMANTY. Mildred J. Hampton entertained members George Hartley, 1357 Cleveland Moore, 1054 Troyan St., 25. I
Dart 270 Series $1895 $245 r
66
Dodge AUTOMATIC Rail.FAcfoiv of Sophisticates Bridge Club last Saturdayat St., 24 and Lavernla Elizabeth
WARRANTY, the Eldorado Club. Jones, Rt. 8, Box 465 20. George Franklin Collins, 3225 .4
..
III! Sta. Wagon $2995 $395
66
PJrn\Furry: (pFACT. Three guest players participated, Phoenix Ave., 33 and Charlie m d
tTEUING, AUTOMATic, W UANTY. Eddie Griffin, 533 W. BeaverSt. Mae Denegol, 3225 Phoenix
66 Valiant 200 $1895 $243 Virginia Martin Evelyn Barnes and Lillie
Plymouth 40 and Hale 533 Ave. 29.
Lucy ,
ITIEK Allen. Mrs.
:FACTORY.\ : 'TCNTYR' Martin was the recipient of W. Beaver St. 42.
,
66 Chrysler New Yorker $3795 the guest prize.Charlottee .
ONIY son,MI, CANNOT E C TO.OJHOM NIWIOAOE&
WITH EQUIPMENT, FACT Bostick, Leona Bennett MarieB.
GET CHRYSLER'S FAMOUS McClain Geneva Wheeler. Priscilla Carmen McRae Beauticans Assorted On Our Lower

5YEARSOooo..MILE WARRANTY Brown Irma Murray, and Evelyn Galvlrj Colors & Patterns Sales

63 Chev.WITH Super RAN. u Sorts. :Aii..ONI. .owN"'.'..NIAT. $1395AUTO Were amdnj members present. Mesdames ,'1 To: 'Make Screen Present' Annual Floor't

64 T.Bird' .. ... ... ..', .. . ... .$1995 Bostick Bennett McClain and Brown Reg.$5.99 t
AIR CONDITIONED. qualified for club Mrs. Debut In Hotel Benefit Show :
65 Pontiac Catalina .. ... .. .. .. .$2195 prizes. Wheelerwon THIS WEEK ONLY
4-0* STOP!, FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED.I the door prize. Carmen McRae Is making her
63 Pontiac Bonneville .. .. .. :.. ,., .$1095 screen debut In "Hotel." Toe iitywia beauticians will LIMITED QUANTITY 4.99YOUR

64 Ford IAN (Galaxie!fWR 500 sTEER.WORTNMolt... .. .. .. .$1195 rrslr.sThe Miss McRae was the soloist present their annual benefit
H'TOP COUPE V... RADIO A HEATER James Weldon Johnson last summer at the University ihow March 26 at the Duval
62 Ford Fairlane 4-Door .. .. .. .$ 595 Junior High of Rochester's Eastman School Armory, Market and East State
School Band will be featured In
65 Plymouth&H AUTOMATIC Fury III .. .. . .$1695V March 27 In the school's gymtorium.concert. of "Arranger's Holiday" Streets. Proceeds will be used ::.E- MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT
at the
AUTOMATIC. RIM, FWRTEERINO. concert conducted by Mr. Ray- to set up a beauty room
61 Chev. Impala 4-Door Hardtop .$ 795V4 The J. W. Johnson band Parents Club, bum Wright. new Mercy Hospital on WOOLWORTH'SCIVIC
RAH. THIS II A JAM-UP IIAUTIFUI.CAR. sponsor of the event, will sell ticketsfor Featured with Miss McRae Mopcrief Road.

ERNEST REDMOND IS STAFF SALESMAN the concert. Tickets may also by In "Hotel" is a star-studded<
secured at the school I8UO West Ninth International cast t including
Ernest Redmond who has been Street. Rod Taylor, Catherine Speak,
recently promoted to sales Karl Maiden, Melvyn Douglas, CENTERWATER

man at R$. EVANS MOTORS III III .e"sCC Richard Conte, Kevin
be would be happy toful- McCarthy, Michael Rennie, and
says
full your used car needs.Red Marian S. Walker was hostess when Gems Merle Oberon. STREET-JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

mODel says be will be gild to Bridge Club met last Friday evening at

bring any make car to your Jefferson Street. Student ParentsSet
!house so you can test drive it. Prizes for outstanding performance in the SAT. FEB. 11
For prompt service call EL bridge session
were awarded to Lois
4-8381 or 14-8382 from 8 Joyce' Lawson, and Geneva Wheeler. Avery, First Annual 2 SHOWS 8:00 P. M. and 11:00 P. M.

A.M. to 9 P.M.;He Is at your Others ADMISSION $2.50 and $3.00
service on Sundays from noon attending the party included DECA Affair
until 6PM. When calling be Evelyn Galvin, Zelma Johnson Catherine TICKETS ON SALE AT USUAL PLACES

sure to ask forERNESTREDMOND. Jackson Marie McClain Myrtis Thomas, The first annual Distributive
IRNEST REDMOND and Anne Lambert. Education Cooperative Association AN EVENING WITH..Ari4IFft.
III III Extravaganza will be

Over 100 Cars Tn Choose From presented at New Stanton Senior
hrnadori EIAch Officers High School Feb. 17, beginning
--
president; Mu.: Betty Jean at 8 p.m.
R. S. EVANS3rd Mrs. Mettle Roundtree of was the Mealey, secretary; Carolyn The presentation Is sponsoredby
elected president Bentley, assistant; Mrs.G. the students and parents who .
Southslde Tarnadors In the first Phillips, business manager; Vre part of the DECA program
& MAINEL meeting; of the year, which was Mrs Willie Mae, Harris, of the school according to
held In the home of Mrs. treasurer; Mrs.: Cecil Tucker, Principal C. D. Brooks.
4-8382>
EL
4-8381 M.Roundtree. chaplain; Mrs. Margaret Outstanding musicians and
Other officers elected were: S. sick chairman Misd will
Hartley, ; talent In the county area
Mrs. Jessie Edwards, rice Hazel Bacon
reporter. be featured. The participants
IJ. win Include: Mrs. Lillian T..

Robinson, organist and music-
AYI ian; Dancing Majorettes of New
'
L:4 : Stanton, ensembles from the j

; ., school Darnell-Cookman, Symphonic, William Band, I

Rallies Glee Club, New Stanton
Glee Club and others.
Proceeds will be used to help
Inane a proposed field tripto T41
4A New York City by the club : '
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.1 ,". ROOD t10REti :Jw nembers garment to district.tour Mac,*. and cIk\ :s

Advanced tickets may be secured -
from members of the
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Talent Show 7l4TUPJN0

.. The Douglas Anderson High Lou Rawls. Quartet & Patience Valentine .

..... .a.' School faculty will present the :\
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-_--' _.. ... .'I' \ umual talent show Feb.22 at the Tickets At BOB'S RECORD SHOP 728 W. Ashley St.
school.
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I : < t. .J.. The theme will be, "George BUSTER FORD'S, 904 E. Union St. '

B f" r B Washington's Never Like This Birthday" was BUBBER'S BERRIERS ICE CREAM, 45th & Moncrief
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-= Johnson C. L. Lee, T.W.Mon- JOHNNY SPRING LET ON'S SoathsldeSATURDAY

togmery, C.R.Lockett,Mrs.: E..
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Anniversaries Belair Social Club Annual Event

CHURCH NEWSBETHLEHEM I
The Union Progressive Baptist
Association Red Circle will ob- .
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BAPTIST ..neita 13th: anniversary Feb. I I
Services Sunday Bethlehem Baptist Church begin with the 12 at S p.m. in Abyssinii I eews
Sunday School at ISO: a.mH with Mrs Lulls Webbed Deacon Baptist Church, according to
Eugene Sawyer and Mrs Sadie Fedd In ehagge. Mrs. Mattie Williams director. 1 f
Morning service begins at 11 /clock. Dinners wUlbe served The participants will Include
UM Holy Communion service Till be held at 1 p.m., and no Mrs. A. B. Reed, Fountain
night service will be bald Chapel Chorus Mrs. Leola.
Mrs CUberlha Jackson will sponsor the gospel chorus In DanIels Miss Rosa Lewis,Miss, w
an after service recital Feb. 12, beginning at 7:30: p.m., In Rosemary Sapp,Miss Ernestine
interest of the lien's Day celebration Thomas, Trenedettes, Mis JT:19In
An appreciation program will be sponsored Feb. 13 at 8 Nora Anderson, Mrs. T. 9.McCaU ; :
p.m., for E. Thomas District 4 will sponsor a tea Feb. 19 Mrs. Belinda RocnesN '
from 3:30 to S.JO p.m., in interest of the Men's Day program er, Mrs. Helen Felix, Mr .
A. Price, Mrs. Veronica
CENTRAL BAPTIST Holloway, Mrs. Mattie
The services Sunday in Central Baptist Church commence Gillian, and Rev B.L. Wynn.ifftttt .
with the Sunday School at 9.30 with Superintendent I

E. M. Johnson presldelng. M ,
The morning service commences at 11 o'clock with Senior
Choir 1 serving with Mrs Gusts Wise Tucker at the Instru The 86th anniversary of Firs '
went Rev Fred Williams will preach and at 3:45 p.m., the Baptist Church, 1025 Jessie
Harrell Singers will be presented on program. will be observed Feb. 12.19with
The Fellowship and Holy Communion Hour will be held at 6 a week of special services. jd
p.m., with the Rev. Mr. Williams presiding! Senior Choirs Rev C. D. Dailey, pastor for
I, I, and Usher Boards and 2 will render services. the past seven years,announcedthat
Teachers' meeting has been slated for Tuesday at 7 p.m., the event will have as its
and prayer meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday at S p.m., Senior theme, "The Power of True I ..
Choir 2 will rehearse. Spiritual Togetherness."
Among the participants will
MT. ZION AME be Rev. Wlllaim A. Jones Jr., .
Founders Day will be observed Feb. 12 in Mt. Zion AME pastor of Bethany Baptist
Church, according to Rev C. E. Toston, pastor The founding Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. He
of the AME Church will be given by Mrs. Marian Hart and will preach each night at 7:30: r
the combined choirs will render the selection, "Let Mt. o'clock, Monday through Friday
Zion Rejoice." during the celebration.The .
The participants for the 11 am. service are: Sumner G. opening sermon will be
Wiles, A. J. Glass, C. B. Morse and Rev. Charles Waterford.Mrs. given by the pastor at 11 a.m.,
Estelle M. Hamilton will render a 10 minutes song and at 7 p.m., a praise and
service prior to the morning service. She will be assisted by thanksgiving service through
the youth choir, led by Gerald Miller.A song, testimony and prayer will
fellowship dinner will be served following' the serviceas be held i.
a kickoff for the Men's Day celebration. Chairman Maurice Homecoming Day will be .
Barnett bas asked all in attendance to remain for the free observed Feb. 19 with special
dinner.At service planned at 3 p.m. Rev.J. Lb
630: p.m., "Favorite Songs" will be featured, and a C. Sams and members of
historical brief will be given of the church, past ministers, Second Baptist Church will have
presiding elders and bishops. The participants: are: Mrs.EthelG.
Barnett, Mrs. Eliza T. Tutson, Mrs. Laura Jenkins, Mrs. charge.Choirs ANNUAL EVENT-Some of the participants In the annual party sponsored by the Belair Social
Janle B. Epperson and J. H. Lawson. e91 ,, iwr and Savings Club at Buster Fords Restaurant recently shown in the photos above and at left.
The homecoming effort will culminate.ST. s TOP, LEFT shows Mrs. Rosa Lee Chester, Mrs. Arnold Randall and Mrs. Leatha Bivens,
Of St. John seated. Standing, Messrs. Richard Wilson W. H. Randall, Wheeler Plnkney and Glentcc
JOSEPH METHODIST 'Graham. TOP, RIGHT shows Mrs. R. Gray, Mrs. Luvenla Squire, Mrs. Mary Sanders
The women of St. Joseph Methodist Church will observe their and Mrs. Fannie Williams.
annual day Feb. 19 with Mrs. Grace Earl as chairman; Mrs. Set Musical
Doris Green, co-chairman; Mrs.MildredSapp,secretary;Mrs.
Alice Smith for the Mrs. Wilson The combined choirs of St.
Mary pastor day; Dorothy ,
Church will IN THE SECOND ROW, LEFT the officers of the club are seen. Seated are Mrs. Fannie
music chairman and Mrs. Nell Hudson, treasurer. John Baptist
Williams, chairman sick committee Mrs. Theresa Wilson financial Samuel Graham
midwinter .ed ; secy.; ,
Finance committee members are: Mrs. Lies Bell, Mrs. sponsor their
treasurer; Mrs. Rosa Lee King, vice president.Standing are Mrs. Eleanor Jackson
Evelyn Battle, Mrs. Eleanor Denegall; program, Mrs. Charlie mlslcal Feb. 12 in the church recordingsecy.
.; Mrs. Mary Harden, and! recording S8C Mrs. Lee treasurer
)?; Mary savings ; Mrs.
W. Gardner, Mrs. Doris Green, Mrs. Alberta Johnson; decoration auditorium. .,
rr r Elsie Graham, chaplain and Thelton business
Mrs. Ella James, Mrs. L. Wilson, Mrs. R. C ford. According to Rev and Mrs.A. ; King, mgr.
I In the SECOND ROW, RIGHT Is a foursome of guests, namely: Mrs. Mary Lee, Mrs. Mary
The speaker at 11 a.m., will be Mrs. Florence Small Ford,' J. Hughes choir directors,
Pastor Mrs. Rosa
and
Mrs.
Manning
Margaret Virgil.
faculty member at Bethnne-Cootman College, Daytona Beach. former presentations have been
Mrs. Clara W. Wilkerson will be guest soloist, and selections so entertaining that the audience
will be rendered by the Northwestern Junior High School has requested another
Female Ensemble. Chicken dinners will be sold all day performance for this year.
Saturday.ST. The mullcal wlUfeatur'1010l, BOTTOM, LEFT shows a pair of smiling ladies In the person of Mrs. Gloria Thompson
duets trios sextettes and the and Mrs. Elinor Jackson. PHOTOS BY JAMES SINGLETON
STEPHEN AME full ensemble in selections of
Services Sunday in St. Stephen AME Church begin with the seml-claselcs, anthems,
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Superintendent Arthur Madry spirituals and gospel songs. Altar rr
presiding. Among the participants are TEA TIME Call ,

The morning service begins at 11 o'clock. Rev.J. 8. Johnson, Miss Janet Hanklns, Miss ; ,} (:, '. i ,Consultatlqn
pastor, will deliver the ,sermon and administer the Lord's, Janice Hughes,Miss Mary King, A ',Spiritual Tea will be \ BY EMORY G. DAVIS, D J). ,. !
Supper, assisted by the associate ministers and officers.At Mrs. Sadie Alexander, Mrs. sponsored Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. in NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL CONSULT DR. SMITH FREEExamination,
S:30 p.m., the ACE League will be held with Miss Edna Josephine Fields, Mrs. the home of Elder E. Porter,
Boyd in charge. The evening service commences at 7 o'clock. Margaret Pridgen, Mrs. Willie 1010 Walnut St. Outstandingtalent COODBY DEMONSTRATION?
The United Choirs will sing with Neal Bland andMrs.;Eunice Mae Hanklns, Mrs. Beasts will participate, andRev. A white Detroit clergyman told a radio audience in the
Lee at the instruments. Matthews, Mr .. M. Lucille Almsta Wheeler will deliver Chicago area that clergymen should not participate in civil You win Be Told in plain words what The Troubl
Monday night, trustee board meeting will be heldand Tuesdayat Butler, Nathaniel Farley, the message. rights demonstrations.An is, what is Causing it And what May Be Done To
7 o'clock, the planning board will meet. Class meeting Harold Dennis and Robert Ray. Illinois legislator is proposing a bill in the State Assembly Correct it. if YOU suffer with
and official board meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. The United The 65 voice chorus promisesto sass see to make it Illegal to hold demonstrations at private residences.A ARTHRITIS
Choirs will meet for rehearsal also. be at its best on this oc- candidate for the U.S. Senate in the last election vowed to ;HEAQltnESASTHMA THROAT DISORDERS;
casion. Choir 1 of Mt Sinai Baptist strip recipients of welfare aid if they participated indemonstratlons. BLU( >PRESSURE SINUS INFECTIONS
SWEETFIELD BAPTIST Church will sponsor Valentine .. COLDS HEART DISEASE NERVOUS DISEASES
Covenant meeting will be held Sunday at 11:40: a.m. in The Peninsular Motor Club, Tea Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. in the Reports from elsewhere indicate that the white backlash is [INFLUENZA STOMACH DISORDER PELVIS DISEASES
Sweetfleld Baptist Church, with Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor, AAA, has Issued a plan to lower unit of the church. Outstanding still on. Right wing organization and others of dubious Integrity RHEUMATISM
BLOOD) fc
presiding.The motorists to be especially: alert talent will participate, are organizing to do such things as eliminate human ySWUS (iKiN FHOSTAlElKOUBLEINTEbUNAL
Rev. Mr. Barnes has also announced that the chain for youngsters riding bicyclesand relations commissions and or curtail their budgets and act DISEASES : DISORDERS
rally continues. All chains and links have been asked to make to bike riders to learn sees see ivities. SCIATICA KIDNEY &BUDDER CHRONIC DISEASES
the safety rules and follow The most tragic backlash effort, however, is that initiated LUMBAGO LIVER 4: GALL RUDDER DISORDERS
Usher Board 1 of St. Matthew and promoted by clergymen as mentioned above. This clergy
them.NOW Baptist Church will sponsor a man (?) further said that the church is not concerned with Medical Reducing Treaments (Men & 'wonan)
Valentine Tea Feb.12 from 4 tot Issuing pronouncements on slum clearance, urban renewal, I treat
conditions
p.m., in the Myrtle Avenue and the promotion of antipoverty projects, race relations or conaonly considered' surgical
Branch Ll rut. social welfare. without the use'of, knife Modern methOds of

4 LOCATIONSTO The participants will include: His worst statement was"... If s tragic to bear so-called diagnosis' and treatment.
Mrs. Mary West, Mrs. Leola clergymen expounding on social problems, promoting civil APPOINTMENT ONLY38 FREE-EXAMINATION Bf
SERVE YOU Clancy, Mrs. Diana Price,Mrs. strife and disobedience to the laws of the state and country, in re rs suweisful practice
Marlon Glover, Mrs. Gertrude and fomenting revolution under the guise of Christianity." Jacksonville. HOUR's:30: A. M. to 4jo; P. *>
3118 Edgewood Ave. W.. Moses, Mrs. Lula Price, Mrs. Now there IS something worse.To see Negro clergy men taking PHONE< : EL.4-1187
Ice Sallye B. Mathls, and Rev. an indifferent attitude towards those means by which Negroes
3701 EMERSON
George A. Price. have been able to raise the issue of racial discrimination: and DR. REX SMITH
830 CASSAT AVE. The hostesses are: Miss As- win vlctorles..thoee
,
Negro clergymen who bow their heads in gpo West state,:Street
onla Roberts Mr..GlortaSams, to God whom (upstairs
prayer a they expect to solve their problem while
1824 WEST BEAVER Mrs BeatrICe Murray, Mrs. their own feet and bands are encased in the cement of apathetic
Anna Mae Jones,Mrs.Ruth Col- inertia. .

FIA. den Mrs. Emma Wyatt, Mrs. Social injustlc has been the sermonic essence of "men of Office, Formerly occupied by Dr. Lyncktu
Johnnie B.1Ia.nha1l1ir..Ven- God" since the age of the prophets. If they do not decry racial Opposite I
C Denis Clayton Mrs Ella Porter,' discrimination and war, who shall? Ritz.

GRADE "A" EGG f S 001. 3 9 : Mrs Dorothy, Verdle Miss Polite.Elizabeth Miss Bradley Lois,Smith Matthews Mrs.-,i. Meanwhile, another cleric, Dr. Harvey Cox, writing in the l


LARGE Mrs. Jessie Frailer!Mrs Virginia
Sams, Mrs Edna; Bell,
Mrs. Evelyn Flowers and Mrs.
Alam Crawford. NO DOWN

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FRESH oesseos PAYMENT r


MILK 2G GALS C The Baptist women! of Church Mt.Olive will Primitive sponsor FIRST PAYMENT

their annual Valentine Tea DUE IN 45 DAYS
SLICED SMOKEDPICNIC and Queen's contest Feb. 12 SOFA & CHAIR
from 4 to t p.m., la the lower EASY TERMS
2 auditorium of the church.
IBS. Mrs. Thelma Harris is gen. '' STANDARD
.
era! chairman; Mrs;Edna Mae
DUBUQUE SMOKEDSAUSAGE Thomas and Mrs. Earthlean
Crump, cochairmen.The J
contestants are : Mrs. /JIG
2 IBS. Rosa Lee Ashley, Mrs. Lola $4950
Grant Mrs.CarrteKnightMrs. '
SMOKED Margory Thompson,Mrs.Juan- 2 THROW PILLOWS : "
ita Everett, Mrs.Marion Weston .'>r'

Mrs. Emma KUpatrick, With Each Complete Job :,; 'fo- .'
BACON 2'LIS. Mrs Lassie Rosier Mrs. fi
Bertha Carter, Mrs. ,Carolyn \ t",. t.:LIo. ,,:: ,,n Labor&Materials I I

Lewis, Mrs. Effle Began, Mrs. IVININO Included
APPOINTMENTS
MEATY WESTERN SPARE Verdell Days and Mrs. Almeta EL 4-1QC1 JL MAOI AT YOU REQUEST All Spriit3t Rebound fr Tied

Lnndy. FREE Prompt Estimates/ 'In Your Horn In S Now Filling/ Added

RIBS 3 LBS. JocksonvJIU end Surrounding/ Towns I All Work Guaranteed,.. Estimates
The Game and Fresh Water ,

SOMETHING NEW! SMOKED log fish an Commission parents to require is encourag their -ECONOMY( DECORATORS & :UPHOLSTERERS

children to have proper training i
OX TAIl+G before giving them access to I : ,
;> J.II.t1 cans and Iwnttnc. 667.. TALLEYRAND- ; AVE EL..,.. 41951jUl '

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::SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 I. 1951 'STAR PAPERS, PACE 5,


Negro Ex-Marines Set MkkcYT i Wright : Workers Needed NAACP Defends

Annual National ConventionMontford Marlene Sfrefi jLI ;: -r* High ScoresOf World Of BooksBy

LOUISE P. DUMETZ:
Meet On Links
Point, New River, Camp Lejeune, N.C.was the only n.J NegroesNEW
MM In America used tor the recruit or'Boot Camp' training of Mickey Wright, golfs i YORK-The high scores SMALL STORE PLANNING
Negro Marines .J,
first during the Prlodfroml942whenNegroes were foremost woman professional, earned by 26 Negroes on their FOR GROWTH Small Business
officially enlisted in the Corps, until 1949,when the practice and Marlene Streit, the entrance examination for Local Administration Washington, D.
of segregation In the Marines was discarded. Canadian amateur champion, 4w
28, of the Sheet Metal Workers C.: SuperinteiKlentofDocumeats
are the attractive opponentson ,international Association are U. S. Government Printing Off-
Theapproxlmately20OOONegro ston,Clnn., Cleveland, Wash., the Toronto Golf Club In .4" being defended by the NAACP Ice. $0.50Topics
-Marines who passed through D.C.. and chapters are In the Canada In a match filmed for and further supported bya covered in this' new'
.Montford Point during the above process 'of formation in'other "Shell's Wonderful World of t statement submitted by Dr. booklet Include planning,organ,
period were acutely aware of cities, with memberships at Golf' and scheduled for color- r Kenneth B. Clark. king, physical and financial expansion -
their L
uniqueness and possessed large throughout the country. cast over NBC Television NAACP General Counsel merchandising, and
that 'Esprit de Corps' with Thus we look forward to the 3rd Saturday, Feb. 4 (5-6 Robert L. Carter submitted a sales promotion for the small
which the UJS. Marines Imbues National Convention theMont- p. m. NYT). brief amlcus curiae together businessman.
all of Its members. ford Point Marines as an out- Mickey Wright Is consideredJust with Dr. Clark's affidavit to It U one of a series Issued by
Twenty years after World War standing and history maklngcon- about the greatest woman the Supreme Court of the Stateof the Office of Management Assistance -
II, in the month of August 1965, ventlon. (We Invite all ex marines golfer In the history of the : New York, Jan. U, In the of the Small Business
a reunion was organized by a marines on active duty, game. The all-time leading PGA case against Local Union %8. Administration.
group of ex-marines residing their families and friends to money winner of the distaffers. : These moves follow the union's Two marketing experts-Prof.
In the city of Philadelphia, who come, Join with us and becomea Mickey last year won eight proposal to invalidate the apprenticeship John W.Wlngatt,City College of
bad trained af Montford Point part of this convention.) tournaments. She Is a four- tests taken by 141 New York,and Seymour Bellant,
and Marines still on active duty Our hope< and purpose wUl be to time winner of the U.S. young men, Nov. 12, 1966, National Retail Merchants association -
who bad made the service their keep alive that spirit of c 'mara- Women's Open, a four-time : ae. because many of the Negro -wrote the booklet.
career. On September 11. die born of shared adversitiesand winner of the LPGA, and has : applicants received very high They stress the need for a merchant -
18, 1965 at the Adelphla Hotel, service to the 'Corps,' and captured the Yare Trophy (for scores' which were characterized to become a "manager of
Phiia., Pa., over 400 ex* to lend our efforts to construc- best woman golfer) five times. 1 by Dr. Wallace Gobetz of work"rather than Justsinujy"a
marines representing 17 states tive programs for the betterment In 1961, Mickey won the grand New York University's Testing doer." The latter, they said, Is
attended this first reunion.This and progress of the communities slam-the U. S. Women's Open, and Advancement Center "apt to lose out entirely to more
enthusiastic response led to the In which we reside;also the Title-Holders and the .1 as "extraordinary" and vigorous and ilertcompe OII."
decision to organize officially to give unqualified support to LPGA. Her outstanding career rites A statistically Improbable. The ,
as a national. veterans organization our democratic form of government has gained her two years !to a committee i of local villagers in Men Thong Province meeti'W th AID representative State Commission for Human ear
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and to hold an annual which we believe offers row,1963andI964thedeslgnaUon Ronald Davidson to talk about many things.-a new school a clinic, clean water, a food Rights subsequently moved for
convention.The the greatest opportunity for the of Woman Athlete of the shortage. If s all In a day's work for Davidson but what Is more Important Is getting the the enforcement of Its order DIVISION STREET:AMERICA.By .
2nd Annual National Convention pursuit of freedom and happi Year. Job done With the villagers pitching in, miracles somehow get accomplished. calling for objective admission StudsTerkeL New York: Pan-
of the Association: was ness. Marlene Streit, although only Interviews are being conducted this week for personnel to work in Viet Nam at good paying practices the union which theon. 381 pp. $5.95.
held In Chicago Illinois, August an amateur, Is as well-known salaries. See advertisement on page has never bad any Negro members Deft and incisive interviewing
24 thru 28, 1968.The attendance Georgian Fined In this country as In her own -- during Its10-yearbistory. has afforded author raldoper-
at this convention exceeded 700 native Canada for her RELIGION A&T President Ford Looking To Mr. Carter says, "This case sonality Studs Terkelthe opportunity
ex-marines and their families, exceptional ability on the links. Is a dramatic illustration of to know the people of his
representing over 27 states. For ViolatingMeat Last year Marlene won the low Lorenzo For Win the fact that Negroes who are city in a way that he expresseswith
Two highlights of this convention Individual honors In the Named Board given educational opportunities graphic ease.
were addresses bytheDem- Women's World Amateur ANDRACE In Daytona 500 can demonstrate not only that His book Is. a story of 72 Chic
ocratlc Senator from Illinois, Inspection Act Tournament. they are qualified but that they ago personalities. They are
Senator Paul Douglas and Republican The match from the beautiful Member Of CC Daytona Beach, Fla... are highly qualified for training varied, they are real, and their
Senatorial candidate, tree-lined course of the Toronto TO MEET NEEDS Ford completed its official In skilled work." stories come across with telling
Mr. Charles Percy, (now Republican ATLANTA, Ga. The Golf Club Is reported by Gene NEW YORK.The sum- GREENSBORO, N. C. Dr. entry In the Daytona 500 with In his affidavit Dr. Clark Impact.
Senator-elect from Illinois Consumer and Marketing Sarazen and Jimmy Demaret. mer voluntary service program Lewis C. Dowdy, president of the naming of Fred Lorenzen says, "I am compelled to state What do they talk about?
). Service of the U. Department This club Is one of the oldeston operated annually for more than ART College, has been namedto to drive a '67 Falrlane In the my personal and professional They talk out the drama of their
The 3rd Annual National Con- of Agriculture reports that a the North American continent 40 years by the board national membership on two important late model stock car classic opinion that these aptitude own lives, their perosnal convictions -
vention of the Montford Point Georgia resident has been fined originally established In missions, United Presbyterian boards. at Daytona International Speed- scores could be obtained by the .
Marine Association will beheldIn for violation of the Federal 1876. The course Is6S00yards Church, U.s.A., will this year By appointment of GovernorDan way on Sunday, February 26. extraordinary type of skillful There are, erf course, dial. I
New York City, August 23 Meat Inspection Act. long, with a women's par of 73. again focus on "meeting human K. Moore, he becomesa Lorenzen, winner of the race tutoring and test analysis(used) agues that reveal the Chicago
thru n, 1961, at t the N.Y. Hilton Morgan Mobley, doing It Is set on lush green terrain needs through physical labor, member of the North Carolina 1965, will handle a car 'and through fie factors of high penchant for clout. Then there
Hotel, 6th Avenue 53rdSt.) business as Mobley Sausage lined with tall evergreens and teaching, studying and workingwith Atomic Energy Commission, to readied for him by Holman- motivation, prattle in test are dialogues suggesting inner
Some of the cities in which Company, Fitzgerald, Ga., was big birch trees. others, so that the church fill an unexpired term. Moody Engineering of taking and Increased confidence. terror, boredom, confusion,
chapters have been formed are: fined $100 In federal court Jan. One of Its exceptional holes might be more effectivein Dr. Dowdy was also named Charlotte, N.C. on the part of the applicants, hysteria.The .
Phila. New York, Chicago,Bo- 18. The judgment was enteredIn to the ninth, a 453-yarder that practicing what it a member of the Board of "With Lorenzen In the lineup, As a consultant tothe Workers race problem perplexesmany
U. S. District Court for the plays from a high tree over- preaches" Included in the Directors of the Greensboro Ford will go for a win In the Defense League Dr. Clark, a whe areurabletodealwith
I Help! Help! Help! Middle District t of Georgia, looking a valley fairway. A varied program will be com- Chamber of Commerce. He Daytona 500 with the best teamIt professor psycholoey 'et'thi It as either a hated omnipresent
Amerlcus Division, after creek runs close to the left munity organization and development -: becomes the first of his race has ever sent to the races," College of the City University spectre or as a bold opportunity
Rev. Roosevelt franklin 01 Mobley pleaded guilty to a one- edge of the fairway and cuts among minority to hold such a position with said John Holman.Asked of( New York, and president of to express religious convictions
Ga. count Indictment charging him across about 300 yards out to groups to urban Inner-city the Greensboro Chamber. what he thought a car the Metropolitan Applied. Research by loving one's fellow man.
Macon, with shipping non-USDA the right side of the green areas Chicago, New York, The Al&TpresldentacUvealso would have to do to win the Center, Inc., gave The humanistic warmth of
Divine, Spiritual, Healer, inspected meat products In Philadelphia, Detroit, Kansas In educational groups, serves pole position, and the race, specific advice on the matter Studs Terkel comes through
Interstate commerce.The Jaxon Drive City, San Francisco, Indianapolis as president of the'' Holman said one guess was as of tutoring Negro, PuertoRican'and clearly. You'll like Terkel when
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of action arose from a complaint and St. Paul-Minneapolis. North Carolina Association of good as another. other applicants for the you finish reading the account.
Macon, Georgia. made by the Consumerand Colleges and Universities, "The car and the driver will apprenticeship entrance And you'll have a picture of
Divine Spiritual Healer JesusIs Marketing Service, which Smaller Car In DOCUMENTARY chairman of the Higher Educa- have to be taster than ever examination conducted by Local Chicago that you have probably
truly giving blessings and administers the USDA meatInspection BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - victory to many people's prob. program. CfcMS A one-hour documentary at Association!, Colleges. Holman, said. I.Unlon. ,
'Terns. SUCCESS CAN BE meat Inspection officials, 300-Mile Race Social and political conditions
r 1 I'TOUll .'See Of'lit'1t4'me today. a1leK9d..tbat Mobley/s firm among rural' Negroes In and a, tt I .u.e
I hav special message every- shipped 665 pounds> of non-USDA around Selma, Ala., has been ,
one's In need for. inspected meat from DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. produced by National Education
Last week many, many people Fitzgerald, Ga., to Orlando, The 300-mile TransAmericanrace Television with the cooperationof
were helped by my special Fla., on Dec. 10, 1965. to be run over a 3.81 the Rev. Francis X. Walter, I
selected Bible readln g to be The Meat Inspection Act, mile course at Daytona Inter director, Selma Inter-Religious II
read each weekend. If you want passed In 1906, requires USDA national Speedway on Feb. 3, Project.-an Interfaith ministry I
to be delivered: quickly, send inspection of all meat and meat will be the first of 11 championship sponsored by Protestant, PE R MARKETS r
$1.00 and self-addressed products shipped across state events In a series endingat Catholic, Jews and Unitarian- SU .
envelope to Rev. Roosevelt lines or in foreign trade. It Kent, Washington on Oct. Universalist agencies Entitled:
Franklin, 630 Morrow Ave., assures consumers that meat 8. Two titles will be at stake' "Lay My Burden Down," It
Macon, Georgia. Phone and meat products moving in the over and under liter honor was filmed last summer and THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EOGEWOOD AYE.
745-6475. Interstate and foreign commer for manufacturers. depicts how little recent laws
:.You will get these special are wholesome, prepared and In the smaller cars the roster have changed the lives of Ala-
selections and Bible verses by handled In a sanitary manner, Includes Herb Wetanson of bama Negroes who Darticioated QUAKER
veb 11.ma1l. and are properly labeled Woodmere, N. Y. and Peter In the "Selma March" Rev
.. Gregg of Jacksonville, In Walter describes the film as <
Porsches. John Iglehart of "a powerful, truthful work of
White Plains, N.Y.,Roger Bar art." *'
Royal Art Studio of Glastonbury, Conn., Harry FLOUR 33
Theodoracopulos of New York, ALLY OR FOE LBS
Sam Posey of Sharon, Conn., LOS ANGELESNPI)- A ;
and Horst Kwech of Waugegan, thoughtful discussion of"Negroand r '
STILL TAKING 111., are among the Alfa Romeo Jews '67, Ally or Antagonist -
stars expected to bring under- ?' was the subject selectedby .* > ","'*- <
2-liter honors to that make fort the Rev. H. Hartford Brook- t
FANCY GRADE "A" "
a second time. ins, chairman. United Civil SLICED .
INSTANTPICTURES The Trans-American opener Rights Committee, In his appearance '
here already has drawn a field before the University ,: ; ,:
of more than 40 cars to be Women of the University of '
manned by many of the worlds Judaism recently Sharingthe BACON CELLO 55
best-known drivers. The list speakers' dias was Dr. '
Includes Dan Gurney of Costa Max Vorspans, university pro PKG.
Mesa, Calif., America's foremost vost, who authored the"History
Internationalist and of the Jews In California"
Parnelll Jones of Torrance,
Calif., the 1963 winner of the BUILDING PLANS FRESH .
f ) 500-mile race Indianapolis DES MOINES-((-NPI-multi
Mercury Cougars and Jerry million-dollar housing projectto
New Location Titus of Los Angeles, who won provide decent quarters for PORK ROAST 45
the Yr as s-American over 250 low and middle-income
2 liter honors for Ford last families In an urban renewalarea LB.
21st & Myrtle Ave. year to a Mustang. was: the project to be
Also Alan Motrat of Melbourne, proposed by the Des Moines I
Australia, the only man driving Area Council of Churches tots
an under-2-Ilter car to score voting delegates on Jan. SURF I
.SAME PHONE 354-1894 an overall victory last year. 30. The.proposal Involving the
He performed this feat with a Clark Corporation, general I
Lotus Cortina In the Trans- contractors, and a new nonprofit -
Amerlcan race at Loudon,N.H. corporation of the DETERGENT (GIANT (
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Have To Go To Town To Get Plus Dr. Richard Thompson council's ISO-member :

of Washington, winner of eight ,churches, envisions securing SIZELIMIT )
national Sports Car Club of'' a 100 per cent ($t million)
: LOW PRICESDRUG America championships, and ;loan at three per cent interest ONE WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD FOOD ORDER :
Bob Johnson of Columbus,. under the National Housing Act,
another multiple national title- repayable over a 40-year
STORE NEEDS holder. These two win again .period. U. S. GOOD RIB STEAK IB. 15* I

drive for Ford, Dr. ThompsonIn '
I a Mustang and Johnson a 'VJJt3 A'IZM REPEAT "
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store Falcon. Another top man In the RICHMOND, Va. -fPIFor) FLA. GRADE "A" MEDIUM 'EGGS IDOL( 1N CARTON ) 37*
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL Mustang division will be the the second time within two
Papers. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. veteran Ed Lowther of McMur- months, a Negro church In adJacent -
I ray Pa., winner of the New Amelia County has been BANQUET FROZEN MEAT PIES. (ClICIEI, mm, .BEEf) 3",01.. PlU. 49*
York Times Trophy In 1964 broken Into by vandals believed '. .

Dixie Pharmacy : for sportsmanship. The to be most Ku Klux recent Klan victim members.was U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES ((18 LB. Bit) 35* \

the Zion Hill Presbyterian I

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Rev. Msgr. Daniel M.Cantwell
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Hilt Jim Crow Caner Day Conference
Cassius Clay NewsBETHUNECGOKMAN
a Campus
heat", Allen Orders Q,

Gives Gift Of .',,.,. j
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Sclool Board

$10,000 To (WKF DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Student and faculty members of
'D OOIaIAVD, N. T.-James the Bethune-Cookman College will participate In a cooperative
E. Alien, State Commissioner program with Bowdoln College, Brunswick, Maine. Tbe two
of >Education, has ruled Infavor SLUG-CASSttS CLAY ,? schools will exchange student And faculty members.
at U IR1me4bJtheNatlooalQQ NEWYORK N. Y. K J TIle program is to begin In the school year of 1987-68.
for the Advance Muhammad All, the worlds Bowdoin, with 000 students, is an all-male institution.
MIlt ct Colored People this heavyweight champion,recently Recently Its president Dr. James S. Cole, and Dean James
sooner concerning racial 1m* contributed $10,000 to the A. Storer, were guests of Dr. Richard V. Moore, Betbune-
bUance In the Hampton Avenue United Negro College Fund. Cookman College, where final plans were made for the
Wool to Bellport, U.
fighter's gift future exchange
The 25-year-old
ordered
,The Commissioner ,
will be used to help support
oa' Jan. 16, that the Board of FAMU
predominantly Negro
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Ideation of CentralSchool colleges and universities affiliated a' tV r" f( fi fim TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A grant of nearly $50,000 has been
District No. 4 submit to him with the Fund.In awarded Florida AIM University for support of a Summer
lOt later than May 1 of this presenting the contribution m r 6r Institute In Biology for Secondary School Teachers, according
year a plan for the eliminationof Muhammad All expressed the to an announcement by John T. Wilson deputy director of the

racial Imbalance, view that education is corner--; National Science Foundation.The .
"The Commissioner's order stone In the struggle for grant will be under the direction Zubie W. Metcalf Jr.,
emphasises the fact that de freedom, Justice and equality. assistant professor of biology at Florida AJtU.Metcalf directed
Bcto school segregation can last at FAMU. The 1967 Institutewill
"Although myself never had a similar institute summer
occur In nleghborboods where the opportunity to go to begin June 19 and continue to August 12.
the schools are Just minutes
he said "I give to
college
part by assigning the majority
United College Fund FORT VALLEY STATE
the Negro
sctool, of"Negro pupils Robert to one L. this $10,000 out of my love, Mr. Welly Freshwater, manager Lee Leans Representative
says admiration and respect for their Georgia Consumer Finance Corporation, presented a $500
,
Carter sel.'In. NAACP. general coun .34,000 dedicated students to )j" ';?' :.; ( \?;;; ;; ( ",.1,.':. award to President W. W. E. Blanchet
this the help In some small way so that : \i.O\.; ;' ; This award has been given annually for the past several yearsto
Avenue Elementary case, Scbool Hampton bad the seeds of Immortality hidden A "Ia" the scholarship fund at the Fort Valley State College
within each one of them maybe .. President Blancnet expressed his appreciation on behalf of
while ever SOpercentNegrochildren the percentage In the, nourished and developed ,to 'i t the FVSC and announced that the money would certainly help
Brookhaven and East P3tchogue their fullest capacity. To me, in strenghtenlng our '!scholarship fund for aiding students
elementary! schools averaged they are all the 'greatest." -- entering for the first time, as well as those already In school
even per cent, and that at the Muhammad All,..e JCreamer Street Elementary Louisville, Ky., and graduatedfrom Joseph\ Barr confer during a reception for the Senator honoring Dr. Carver. Although Pittsburgh is the focal point HOWARD UNIVERSITY
School, about IS per cent "Mr. high school In 1960. As during George Washington Carver Day observation' in Pitts for Carver Day observations, Dr. tilery's group and Sigma WASHINGTON, D. C. Scovel Richardson, presiding Judge
burgh. With them from left Gamma Rho the celebration the of the Third Division of the United States Customs
Carter concluded.In long as be remains World are, Dr. Alma Jllery, head of the sorority promote throughout Court
his directive, Com Heavyweight Champion, he says national George Washington Carver Day organization: G. S. United States. Annually the President of the United States, many New York City, has been named by Howard University officials
Isdooer Allen stated: he will continue to do everything iBfadley, Public Relations, Gulf 011 Corporation; and K. L. state governors and other public officials add their support to to bead a committee of Howard alumni who win assist the
.This shows that the percentage possible to aid the Fund Hawthorne, Sales Representative for Gulf. Gulf sponsored the Dr. lUery's program/ University In planning this year's Charter Day programs
of Negro children In the and Its member Institutions.' Charter Day at Howard Is scheduled for March 2, the 100th

Hampton Avenue School nowover During the past two decades, National) NotesLONG anniversary of the granting of a charter by the 39th U, S.
two an d',one-half times the United Negro College Fund Civil Rights World News I Congress for the founding of the university.
the total percentage of Negro has raised more than BEACH, Calif. -(NP1)- Changes in the basic doctrine Digest
elementary pupils In the $95 million to assist Its 33 of the 3.3 million member United Presbyterian denomination- Movement Loses JACKSONVILLE) UNIVERSITYAn
district member institutions. Contributions the first to occur since the mld-17th century were approvedby 11-and-one-balf week agency qualification course In Ore
'at further appears that theptrctDtap to the organization's the United Presbyterians of the Southland through delegates'from RECRUITS SOUGHT and casualty insurance will begin at Jacksonville University
of Negro children annual appeal conducted In 205 congregations Southern California and Hawaii.The NDOLA, Zambla-NPI>-The Monday, Feb. 6.
u (that) school Is Increasing, 250 communities .. are used changes define the church's stand, among other things,on race Greenville ClarkNEW Zambia regiment launched a Registration applications are now being accepted In the
lad that the Board of Education by the schools to expand educational relations-whereby the church aligns itself on the side of drive last week for 40 recruitsto Registrar's office Tuition Is $200.
of Central School District programs complete elimination of discrimination on the grounds of raceor YORK" -Civil rights attorneys bring its First Battalion up Insurance subjects to be covered are: fire and allied lines,
Ito 4 of the Town of Brook.layea bolster scholarship and other color. Other changes relate to poverty, nuclear warfare across the last to strength. Those accepted will automobile casualty, fldelty and surety, ocean marine, Inland
should take action to financial aid to nearly 19,000 and birth control. wefk mourned the country of be trained as infantry men, Jh marine and management. Successful completion of the course
passing
reverse this trend. students, strengthen communications, as clerks, qualifies a candidate to take the State Insurance Department'sagent
FLIT Mich. Aspecialfoodcollectionforsome of the Grenville Clark prominent New
faculties and build library hold- drivers, cooks and supply personnel examination
800,000 people in the Mississippi Delta was recently made York lawyer and pioneer
JOIN THE MARCHOF !Drs. poor sup Persons desiring further information on the agency qualification .
DIMES by local churches The donations were picked up by trucks porter of the NAACP Legal Defense course should contact the chairman of the Dvlslon
furnished by the Church.: of the Brethren. andEducatlonal Fund Inc. REVISED HANDBOOK of Business Administration at JU.
(LDF). He was 84. UNITED NATIONSNPITheactions
"Because of his own of several governments MILES COLLEGE

modest," said LDF President during the past seven years of Aiberta Singleton has been chosen as the second Mllean to
Francis E. Rivers "one of Mr. shifting their standards of mea matriculate at Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio during the
Clark's most Important contrl- surements to the metric systemhas 1966-67 academic year under the Miles-Wooster Student
buttons was kept from public led the United ,Exchange
H_ Nations to issue program
dr veew. the first revised edition of Returning from Wooster at the end of the first semester will
> "He and Mrs. Clark were the its Handbook on Weights and be John Brown, a senior and Vice President of the Student
anonymous donors of a half million Measures. Originally publishedin Government

dollars to the LDF,announ- 1955, the book has become Miss Singleton has been an honor student throughout her
ced in May of 1964, to lie distributed high school and college
partially obsolete with the career. During her three years at
'.. .,. ..': {Jf. ., ''' >' I('.wa 1I.'.. L.. ;.. ;: ; : ; N over Rivers a period added.of ten years, shifting by Britain, India, South Westfield High, she maintained an average of 2.8 out oft
Judge
'" ,.. Korea, Nigeria andSaudi Arabiato possible 3.0., ,
.' I r r1 rI Newspaper accounts of the gift :
the metric system. She enrolled at Miles la September, 1965 becoming Preydentfal
noted that it was the largest single -
Scholar her freshman
during
c r.4 year by achieving an
contribution to civil rights DISSATISFACTION average of 3.88 out of a possible ..0
organization in history. (CAIRONPIDissatlsfactloa)
Jack Grenberg, LDF director- with monthly stipends paid VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE

counsel, wired Mr. Clark's them, and wholesale protest a- An In-service institute for high school biology, chemistry,
family this week saying, "The several and mathematics teachers will
gamut preJudicedacademlc be offered starting Feb. 4 at
results of what he has done will administrators at Al Azhar Virginia State College, Petersburg, under a National Science
strengthen ,our endeavors for university has finally! culminated -. Foundation grant.
many years to come" In a number of foreign students The NSF Institute aims to Improve tile teaching of science
As creator of the "Grenvllle principally from African and mathematics by broadening and Increasing the subject
I Clark Plan-A Ten Year Program matter of
knowledge
countries-leaving institutionand participating teachers. Participants can
to Support theStrugglefor returning to their separate earn credit which may be used to satisfy tbe requirements
: Equal Justice for Negro Amer- countries and homes. The'situ for the Master of Science degree with a major In general
clans," Mr. Clark anonymouslygave ation reached a head recently science or to meet teacher certification requirements
$10,000.00 yearly to the F when scores of students were
DF from 1961 to 1965. arrested in an effort to quell XAVIER UNIVERSITYNEW

He then authorized $50,000.00 disorder staged to protest conditions ORLEANS U.S.Senators Ellendor and Long announced
yearly contributions to the LDFto recently a of
grant $952,812 to Xavier University under
run for theyears 1966 through provisions of the Health Professions Assistance
RENEWED ATTACK Act of 1963
197.4500,000.00.Mr. for the purpose of erecting a new building for the Xavier
."Clark's generosity, bow- UNITED NATIONS.'- School
of Pharmacy. Xavier
< N,? ever, went still further.In While 31 Protestant church and operates>> the only school of
pharmacy in New
Orleans and for
a long time was the only
a letter to former LDF Pre lay leaderswerebacklnracam- such school in the state.
: sident Allan Knight Chalmers, paign to block the renewal of a
dated May 2,.1 I960, be called for $0 million credit forSoutb Africaby
"100 persons from all parts of a consortium of American
the country to agree to sub banks, a renewed drive against

scribe not les s that $1,000.00each the country's policy of separate'l jtertaivumeHtHuesArnJ. Cries .1
per annum for ten years racial development, and con-
l1 beginning in 1961." tlnued control of South West A-

.' '\;... ,': .- He stressed that his plan would frlca, opened in the United Na-
not cover all the money the LDF tions. The world body is set to By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
In needed for that "would not be consider "practical means" by
J a financial institution comes from know- desirable." Mr. Clark sought which the UN can take over the AFRICAN "LIGHT"LOS

Ing "a set of guaranteed mandated South-West African ANGELES-NPI-Ken Gampu, 37-year.old South African -
' your savings are safe, earn a good return subscriptions sufficiently largeto territory. On this Issue actor, has been vaulted into the spotlight Impressive

,. and' are readily available. provide a substantial nucleus SWANUE South West African portrayal of a warrior leader in Cornel Wilde's "The Naked
Nothing and encouragement. National United Force, an organization prey." Gampu,on his first visit to Hollywood, says his original
equals peace of mind when it to Mr. Greenberg pointed! out that of black Africans ambition was"to become an astronomer." He has now appeared
comes Mr. Clark's plan bad inspired an has recommended "the use of ,,in four films and heads the African Casting Corporation which

money matters. additional 150000.00 during UN military force." has more than 2,000 members and supplies talent for film productions
Id65. in South Africa.
NEW MEMBER _

Today, an account ,in our association will 3 Negro Choirs GEORGETOWN-((NPI>-With GUEST STARS .
the subscription of 89 shares for NEW YC K- >- lnging several of her own.selections
I meet any requirement you may 'have for OH ABC Radio captIal stock, totalling lndep other "evergreen" ballards, British singer Shirley Bassev was
value $84,000 the newly
guest star on the Dean Martin show over NBC-TV network
'
security. In any amount, it's welcome. : endent nation Guyana has became recently. She also teamed with Martin In a medley of tunes that,

f Sunday, Feb. 5 ,a member Finance of Corporation the International included "Pennies from Heaven" and "April Showers."

r choirs (IFC). In addition it holds membership VIET WOES
4r* NEW YORK,N.Y., The
r!& g> of three Tennessee Collegeswlll in the International SAIGON-(-Amerlcan singer Mildred Harrison was held
velopment Association (IDA), briefly by South Vietnamese officials
w % be featured on the opening February lastweek,after a success
broadcast of ABC's"Ne with an $810,000 subscription ful tour of military bases In the area. She had unwittingly failed
gro College Choirs" series the Both groups are affiliates tithe to decalre two personal checks totalling$2,000 4 crime by Viet
week of February 5th. The series World Bank. standards. However, she was rescued by U.S. officials who ob
y flRST I Federal Savings is co-produced by the ABC UN GRANTS tained her release pending settlement of the case.
+ Radio Network and the United
i M'u Negro College Fund, and features LUSAKA.-NPJ-Two Z a m- HONOR TO MUSICIANS

& Loan Association the choirs of the Funds blan student-mine workers have CmCAGO.(NPI-Black musicians are honored In the 1987
+v a OT ; ? member colleges received UNESCO fellowship Freedom Calendar Issued by the Museum of African-American
To be heard on the months grants to take a year's study in History. The calendar features biographies art pictures of
initial broadcast are the choirsof the theory and practice weldIng 13 musicians, with text by Charles Burroughs,museum curator
Knoxvllle College In Knoxville at the Technological Institute and photos by Al Price and Douglas Williams Featured musicians -

Lane College In of Copenhagen Denmark.F. Include Harry T. Burjelgh} R. Nathaniel Dett, Chick Webb
First Federal Savings BUg. Southwest Branch Northiide BrorufiSSIO Jackson and Fisk University M. Kasonde, employed at the and King Oliver.
Mufullra Copper Mine U.. and
ADAMS at JULIA 3736 HANDING IIVD. NOIWOODAVINUE in A Nashville musical highlight of the G. C. Lambe, at the Nohanga READY FOR DUTY

Open Friday to StfO-Hranchea to 8:00. Closed Saturdays broadcast will be a rare performance Copper Mine Ltd, both had studied NEW YORK-(NPT>-Fonner teen-age singing sensation
at Northern Technical College
by the Fisk University Frankle Lymon reportedly trilntngwithaUArmy artillery
NorthtMtrlarida''s 1.1,.. end Oldest rtd.ra1 AMocIatloll Walk Up .u.r sui W.. Adami Hit Hour choir and the Nashville Ndola.lufTnttn. unit at Fort Gordon Ga.,preparatory to seeing service InVlet
r... Per tAny. Downt.oe Puking lot a Gasp Inc'udiq City Puking Lot. Bring Symphony\ Orchestra of John W., Nam. Lymon 24, was recently treated and cured of drug add
Both tlcke' U.llmited. perking facilities at our branch nice. 8.ve by m.D. W. pay Poutsge Work's cantata for chorus and Is jeer titan witt kilos and was set for a comeback attempt when he was dratted
Weye Accounts opined or 1DeI'tIIICI by tilt .IOth of month the
any ClIft .m from Flat orchestra, The Singers," U.S. SAVINGS BONDS into the army.'AlE '
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Star Athletes Form National Demonstrates In losers Weepers' Marks Names 12 AdvisersTo


Body To Aid Rights Movement Against UnionDiscrimination .... USIA OR Minority HiringTwelve


NEW YORK-Formation of the National Snorts Committee, Inguppori prominent Americans have accepted appointment to ,

ot Inc NAACP Legal Defense ana Educational Fund, Inc. the_U. Information Agency's National Advisory Commttf I

(LDF) was announced her recently by the three co-chairmen. NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. Minority Affairs broadcasts in M language
Bill Russell Gale Sayers. and Bill White. Three clergymen and a city Their primary function: will Mr. Marks said the commit.

Committee; Is the first to deal with a crucial domestic Is official were among the six be to guide USIA in recruiting tee's first meeting will be told
sue such v civil rights in sports annals. NAACP civil rights demonstrators 0II qualified members of minority in
Washington Feb. I-J. The
The pal of $100,000 reflect commitment to arrested for blocking groups for service with the
as set our justIce appointments are for two-year
United States
in the
the three contractors trucks to protest Agency
by co-chalrmne reflects for all people." terms.
and abroad.
the personal resources The National Committee of discriminatory hlringpractlces The member; if the
and outreach of a large and Sponsors, which will assist the at the city's new Urban Renewal r M/ W In making the announcement committee each of whom has a

steadily rowing number of co-chairmen in this unprecedented Complex, Jan.25,where Mac,*. II Leonard, said H. ,Marks the committee USIA Director is wide range of contacts, are:

Negro professional athletes. effort, is in the process of department store has started i the first of its kind to be Dr. John W. Davis directorfor
These men are in a position to formation.To construction. Teacher Information and
make and influence responsible date the following stars Those arrested included Rev. established in an individual He Security Legal Defense and

personal contributions said hare been enlisted to serve: Andrew Whitted, new branch government agency. Educational Fund NAACP,New
Is
stressed that the Agency
uustar iteningburK.<< sslstantto Cale Sayers Chicago Bears; president, minister at St. Interested in attracting York, N. Y.; Robert T. Free.
the president of the LDF. Bill Russell. Boston Celtics; Catherine's AME Zion Church American man, USIA Consultant on
of all
Mr. Russell player-coach Bill White Philadelphia PhlUle; and member the New Rocbelle representatives: Minority Affairs, and partner,
the Boston Vada PInson Cincinnati Reds Human Rights Commission; minority groups
Celtics Mr. Sayers ; The committee members Freeman, Cole and Associates
is star of the Chicago Bears and Willie Horton, Detroit Lions; Rev. Thomas Wooten, rector of "friends of USIA Washington, D. C.; Dr. Ralph
acting u ,
top back of this St. Simon's Episcopal Church; Gorman
years East. Maury Wills.Pltt&burghPlritas; professor of Political
West Pro Bowl game;Mr.White Henry Aaron,Atlanta Br are s; Rer. Robert W. Meyer,a neigh- will perform will recommend a dual outstanding function Sciences, UCLA and assistant
They
is a long-time standout for the Erin Banks Chicago White Sox; borhood youth corps executive director of Mexican-Amerlcgn
USIA
Individuals for
Philadelphia Phillies. Mike Garrett,EansasCityPack M. Paul Redd, second vice Study Project Los Angeles
assigments and they will
"These three co-chairmen, ers; Bob Brown Philadelphia president of the New YorkStateConference Calif.; Miss Dorothy Height,
to USIA specific
Mr. Hen ngburg added, "haveall Eagles; Willie Wood,Green Bay :: of Branches and suggest groups president National Council of
around the country that should
shown previous concerns Packers; Jackie Robinson; Napoleon Holmes, first vice Negro Women, Washington. D.
be made of the details
about the problems of civil Monte irvin; Rommie Loudd, president of the New Rochelle aware C.; John Murphy president,
of the work USIA is doing and
rights. Boston Patriots,MattSnell,New Branch and director of St. A new drama by a new playwright, "Losers Weepers" by Harry Dolan, will be the premier the It offers Afro-American Newspapers,
"Tlfeyill posses leadership York Jets; Buddy Young NFL; Catherine's Community Action presentation on the "NBC Experiment in Television" series, Sunday Feb. 19. In this searing opportunities par Baltimore, Md.? Prof. ,;Lyle

capacity above and beyond their Charlie Frazier Houston Oil Program and John Sykes an family drama, filmed on location in the Watts area of Los Angeles, Yaphet Kotto and Gloria ticipants.To illustrate concretely its Morgan Nelson, director

athletic abilities," he continued ers; Butch Byrd, Buffalo Bills; NAACP member in good Calomee portray the father and mother own operations the diversityof of University Relations, Stan.
and Jim Warren Miami Dolphins standing.In ford Calif. Dr. N.
"they are enjoy wide ; University ;
prestige among their colleagues Houston Antwlne Boston Patriots .. Its protests, the branch Integration Case backgrounds that comprise Thompson Powers, attorney
America, USIA Is seeking to
the Jim Boston cites the findings of the New Seek and committee chairman White
throughout sports professions. ; Hunt More Civilian Nursos attract staff members in three ,
.*' Patriots; Willie Davis, Green Rochelle Human Rights Com House Conference "To Fulfill
Set For MarchNEW
The new role of Negro fetes Bay Packers. mission which reports that Careers in Army Nurse CorpsFT. categories USIA wants Mr.to Increase Marks said the These Rights" Washington,

was constantly stressed during The LDF serves as the legal seven months of private con J ORLE ANS-fNPlM1 ed- number of Junior officers from D. C.; Mahlon Puryear, deputy
the luncheon. Claude "Buddy"Youne. arm of the entire civil rights ferences have failed to induce eral District Judge Frederick' executive director, National

former star of the foot movement in that its 20 {lew Local 501 of the Electrical MONROE, VA. (CFN)-The Army Nurse Corps baa R. Here, set March 6 uthe date minority groups entering the the Urban League Philadelphia
Agency through career
ball Yankees now an executive York based attorneys plus another Workers Union Local 86 of the just disclosed that commissioning of civilian nurses in the Corps to bear oral arguments cue Service examination. Pa.; Mrs.Jonas Salk,San Diego,

with the National Football League 250 cooperating lawyers Plumber's Union and Local 33 zoomed 35 per cent in the twelve-month period ending May 30. involving the intergatlon of the The Foreign Agency also Is seeking Calif.; Dr. Otis Singletary vice

said: represent all the major civil of the Sheetmetal Workers What ire the motives behind medical service in particular Louisiana High School Athletic mid-career from president of the American
"Professional athletes by rights gfoups. Union to hire Negroes the movement that hat brought From Ft Sam Houston the association. This case was professionals Council on Education,
The Commission report reads: more than 500 former civilian nurses go to their various assign college faculties and, thirdly
their nature LDF attorneys also represent into court St. D. C. Asa
very are leaders.As excluded by nurses onto active duly as Army mend Some may receive further brought by AugimHm and particularly looking for ,Washington ;
leaders they ought to b e Individuals with bonaflde civil Negroes are Nurse Corps officers? education in the clinical special Catholic high ,cbool and outstanding individuals to fill Spaulding, president North
used whenever and wherever right claims various means from Journey. Patriotism and professional op.portunities ties, such as operating room other appellants who sought Integration executive Carolina Mutual insurance
top-level positions.
:
man membership in building the Nurse nursing. anesthesia, maternal
possible says Army or of the association. Company, Durham N. C.; and
The basic mission of USIAIs
Affair trades unions. They are Corps and child health Others
Mr. Youngservesaschlefcon- Family care are They claim that their schools Dr. Marvin Wachman,
to create abroad understanding

excluded from to duty stations of their!
sultant to the Committee and systematically These choice assigned in the continental United and all other Negro schools are and support for the policies president, Lincoln University,

played a crucial role in its early Involving Ladies apprenticeship of training. racial t Slates or overseas. denied member ship and participation Ideals, alms and actions of Pa.
examples flagrant
organization are The Army's success In fiscal due to their race and that the United States To
discrimination and must be *
Said Gale 1966 may only be a prelude the association functions
Sayers: year on
Not Men accomplish this, the Agencyuses Cats Set Color
discontinued. to the demands of the year
"My professional football career Herbert Hill, NAACP directorfor ahead. While there is no shortage ,public funds. all media of communication (CFN)-Cats are not, aa commonly
with the Chicago Bears has LINDEN N. J. -Even 10 tae sent 3 of volunteers for the more than The Negroes have a separate including publications supposed, colorblind, reports -
allowed me telegram to George Fowler, In laboratory-controlled
medical facilities in to a
bust people can only dreamabouL" its many affiliates in over treatment membership white schools.
exhibits personal contacts and cats were taught to
YorkState experiment
chairman of the New Vietnam, the still needslarge
Army a
He added that "pro 100 countries It's rare to find Human Rights Commission, number of nurses to staff No whites, however have ever its global radio network, the ring for their food by pushing a
fessional alhletes t are IDa a mother and daughter on the calling him to invoke its hospitals throughout the asked to Join the all-Negro or Voice of America, which red buzzer in a row of butters
unique position to Influence same payroll. Usually its's upon "full world._ ganization. of many colot.j _
the attitudes of the public Immediately the powerof (
the son who follows in his 4
the state's antidiscrimination
particularly the young" fathers d
footsteps. "
Maury Wills standing in for But such a "family affair" law of against AFL-CIO wen-known building < SHOP AT YOUR AiPWAREHOUSE

the ailing Bill White said: Involving the ladies not the practices trades unions In New Rochelle... 0

"Baseball has been good U men, is cause for celebratloc The he said Army Nurne (:brpa rrrruiterCaptain i. STORE
Commission ,
I me in terms of providing financial by a mother and daughter at "has clear obligation : Joan Conk Interviews 5 HP T! !

\ of personal security recognition a degree and center the world's here largest where oil research Mrs. to intervene decisively against a prmprrlive ready to join male over nurse 600 other whoi I 3000 W. 45th ST.

the opportunity to meet people Gladys Slmms secretary to i broad patterns" of anti-Negro nen now on Army naming duty. '4 .'

I and do things which otherwise rice president of Esso Research practices ; ''," ,* ,, PRICES IN THIS AD
I would surely have been denied Center's newest employees; Sees IncreaseOf In These are the two key, factors j:1e.tore'tha't'car:: : : s : : :: I
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LONDON ,-(NPIA sociologist humanitarian desire to serve,
Wills also read wirefrom
Mr. a is delivering documents or a .
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of
Mr. White which said message to the desk of her increasing in the first place, is intensified "SUPER-RIGHT" FULL CUT
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I = .. Publishers. Honored 'W'I -- Kirk's Office Says Johnny Nash Pays Visit I



iz L Iitf A Part Brazil In IHTERAMA To Take




MIAMI, Fla. President
elect Arthur da Costa I SUva
of Brazil has announced be

intends to recommend strongly
that his government participate
In the Inter-American Cultural

and Trade Center (Interama)

at Miami, according to GOT.
Claude R. Kirks office
'
Coste e Silva told COT. Kid
clt of the decision Jan. 25 while

touring Cape Kennedy with the

Governor said Dr. Irving E.
Muskat chairman of the Inter.

American Center Authority,the
state agency responsible for
building and operating the

et world's first permanent international .

exposition.
Brazil, the largest nation in
South America, is the 18th Latin
American country to announce
1.1k
Its plans to take part

in Interama, Dr. Muskat said.
: / 'Lfli
r "We were most pleased when
i "S, we received word cUbe decision t&

from Gov. Kirk," said the
__
__ .
r Authority Chairman. "Brazil's -

participation will be a valuable MGM Kecording stars Johnny Nash and Connie Francis launched the new year in Miami

addition to Interama, which Is Beach, along with MGM promotion man Tom Sgro. Johnny, promoting t his latest MGM I
dedicated to bringing about Recording "Amen" stopped in to say hello to Connie who is appearing at the Posh Eden
better understanding between Roc Hotel.
the nations of the Western
Hemisphere."

Brazil has been studying the (. Molette II

matter since President Moon Over MiamiMIAMI

-. 6.t ,-- Johnson's April 1, 1966
invitation to all major non- Reads PaperOn
Cult Oil Corporation honored the National Newspaper Publishers Cola Co; Dan Kean, National Public Relations Representativefor communist nations of the world
I Association with a reception during the newspapermen's recent Gulf; Frank L. Stanley Sr., Louisville Defender President! particularly those ct' the BEACH, FLA -Jn keeping with its sub-tropical climate -
mid-winter meeting in Miami. Shown during the reception are of the NNPA; and Garth Reeves Miami Times. Western Hemisphere to participate the Miami Beach area will feature flowers In February, Make-Up
John Sengstacke, Chicago Defender; H. Naylor Fltzhueh. Pepsi in Interama. although the short month is the longest entertalnment-wise.of

Brazil was visited on two the year.The auvllle's Casanova Room, to be TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -
-------------- comuined Miami Beach
Miss Y. Moss occasions by Interama followed by Charles Aznavour Carlton W. Molette n,technical
BEACH garden clubs will stage their annual -
T I i representatives and receivedthe and then the Jimmy Durante
director
I SINCE YOU ASKED ME I show in the city's Garden of the Florla A&M
firm backing and support Center show, opening Feb. 24. Debbie University Playmakers, who
Feb. 1112. While
numerous
Joins Uganda s I By LONNIE PRUITT I of government officials and plants will be exhibited, Reynolds is in the Eden Roc's this year has a Carnegie
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALDEAR private enterprise. Cate Pompeii Ray Anthony's Foundation grant to study
SHORT L_ __._...A Other countries which have will a substantial be devoted part to arrangementsand of the display Book-end Revue at the Carillon towards the Ph.D. degree in

School System made official statements Visitors at and Lester Lenin plays for technical theatre at Florida
of Intention to participate are: corsages. any at the Doral Beach's
sister before I do time of the of dancing State University read a paper
LONNIE: My gets up and she hides year course have
Bolivia
Argentina Chile Colombia
MIAMI BEACH Fla. -Probably my things that she wants to wear. Then when I get up, I can't free entry into the conservatory Starlight Roof. on make-up for the Technical
TALLAHASSEE Fla, Miss Costa Rica, Dominican Mischa Elman will with
the world's appear Theatre Project Panel at the
most valuablecomaerical
find anything. We had a fight about this and my mother saidI of the center. Here many of the
Ifvette Moss a 1966 sociology Republic, Ecuador Guatemala, the Miami Beach Symphony in annual
; ,fish,' pound for convention of the
was wrong because I hit my sister. think I was right. Don'tyou tropical cloud forest exotics
pound Is the balao,better known graduate of Florida AIM University think ? Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, may be seen Including orchids the city's auditorium Feb. 12 American Educational Theatre
here as the ballyhoo.It normally is one of 45 Peace so Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, El bromellads, anthurlum and, and Richard Tuckor with tne Association which met in
runs about eight Incbeslongaad Corps Volunteers recently Salvador Venezuela, and ferns. Greater Miami Philharmonic Chicago recently.
Angry
Is used for bait by anglers assigned to the East Central Uruguay. Masses of blooms will feature in the same building Feb. 26. The subject of Mr. Molette's
trolling for sailfish and other African nation of Uganda to Paraguay Is making a studyon Opera on Feb. 22 will provide paper was "Color In Make-up
YOU WERE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT to be angry, but instead of the annual International Orchid
gamesters. Cost is about 50 serve two years In the Uganda whether to take part. music lovers. for Dark Complexioned
fighting, you outht to try thinking. It seems that lots of little show in Bayfront auditoriumFeb. Thoroughbred
cents each, or around $2 a school system. sisters like to be pests. U your mother can't help you, maybeyou'll 24-27. racing continues Actors.
Miss Moss recently completed Miss Blackwell at Hlaleah Park and harness
pound. Mr. Molette stated in his
Just have to put your things where your sister can't find. The most attention in the orchid paper
10 weeks of preliminary racing is scheduled to under that the
open make-up for actors
them. If that's not possible how about helping her get her snow orobably willgo to
training at Syracuse University the lights at Tropical Park now on the market is designedto
when fixing This she won't bl and tri-generic that
things ready are corsses
yours.
you way Awarded Ph.D
Visitors in New York where she did Feb. 28. Jai alai
here can gc have to bother yours. Hope this helps. Include the cattleya, although greyhound cover and darken the skinsof
sightseeing by bus, boat, helicopter practice teaching and received many species also will be seen. racing and legitimate theaterare white actors. Since Negro

plane, hydrofoil and,, intensive instruction in East 1I11IlIlIDEAR Degree From FSU Modern orchids are far removed among other evening attractions. skin does not need to be darkened -
la African history and culture. .
winter blimp. There are and for the most part the problem which
no sightseeing rockets or submarines Upon arrival in Uganda the Daytime recreation includes make-up should solve is to
LONME: Pm kind of scared. Pm graduating and Pm far Improved over original
although boats will new Volunteer will receive TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -Miss swimming, fishing and boating, create highlights and life in
afraid because I don't know what to do next. I don't think I can plants taken from the Jungles.
glass panels In the bottom do additional orientation in go to college I don't have a Job. I don't know where to go to A. Louise Blackwell, associate Modern hybridizers have golf, tennis and sightseeing. the appearance rather than a
five views of marine gardens.To Kampala, the capital city before professor of English at Florida Courts may be rented for 50 pasty covering of the face.
get one or who to ask, and besides I might not like it. And crossed most genera In their efforts -
reporting to their AIM University has been cents an hour at municipal tennis Kenneth Davis
a pharmaceutical
besides, I don't have anything to wear. to obtain different colors
term iron,fill it with respective assignments. awarded the Ph. D degree In and the highly desired round centers. Greens fees at the chemist in the FAMU
vinegar, steam four minute., and! With this group's arrival about Worried English from Florida State shape. The many new combina two 18-hole golf courses maintained School of Pharmacy has been
." ,15 Peace Corps Volunteer Dr. Blackwell by the city are $5,and for with
let it .e, for an hour. Next, pour University. dons blooming from the first working Mr. Molette to
the vinegar out and rinse the iron teachers will be at work In WELL, YOU WEAR WHAT YOU WORE TO SCHOOL and you Joined the FAMU faculty last time will be the high spot of the par-three short course, $3. evolve a make-upproductwhich
well with hot Uganda's educational system Sightseeing Is done bus automobile is
water. by
September. appropriate for dark
skins.
I' go to the state employment office. After that, you can talk it the show for the finder.
She has written extensivelyand boat and blimp. Many Mr. Molette ran slides of
over with a minister In your neighborhood. After that you can Exhibitors will Include grow actors
look for a War on Poverty office and try there. You'll get over has had the following books ers from many parts of the United tours leave from Miami Beach with both types of make-up to

being so worried if you Just keep trying and if you get a Job, published. The Men Around States several foreign on regular schedules for such prove his points. Members who
you'll be so busy you won't have time to worry. countries and the commerlcal showplaces as Fairchild Garden attended the panel became very
WAMEDIAL and hobby growers who together theSeaquarlum,ParrotJun- interested and kept him overtime
it f f f number in the hundreds in gle and Tropical Paradise. explaining his ideas.

this area.
DEAR LONNIE: I failed in gym because I didn't take showers Night life is spotlighted by top

after gym. Do you think thaf fair? After aU, I gake a bath at names entertaining in the supper
home and I don't see why I should have to go all the way to clubs. As a sampling, Eddie -
1260 school to take a bath. I think thaf stupid. Fisher currently is starredat
the Fontalnebleaufs LaRonde

No GymnastIT room, to be followed Feb. 16 by
Frank Sinatra. Shirley Bassey
MAY BE STUPID BUT YOU SEE WHAT you got for calling opens this week-end In the De.WMBM -

FLORIDA'SRHYTHM It stupid. If thaf the rule, I don't see how you can get around

it. Sometimes you have to cooperate with rules even though -
-
you don't like them. Since you say you are no gymnast, maybe .
if s not Just the shower.Maybe If s the whole thing you object to. ,, >.
Talk it over with your parents. Maybe they can tell you

something I haven't thought of.iitiiiiit. Hurley, a book of short stories, i :i.--'
and My Web and My Place, a
novel. Her doctorate dissertation the SHORTY$35..

was "The Artistry of MEDALO STYLE #665
U you want to ask question, sent It to "Since You Asked Flannery O'Connor." She is Ian eempI.,. Itiwtr".d CM.loa ofM.d.le

Me," Negro Press International, 5708: South State Street, completing a book on Lillian ..... .ltech".n'H.tr agl..wl..Hdf- Mad "._saps and
# 1 Chicago Illinois 60621 Smith with Frances Clay of ......... It'. Yates .ltlt _,
,
,_. Mew.4 Juat writ.
the FSU School of Social Work.It raturally ../lIIr Normal Ante Cal/Madal Hol PfW. .Inc.
is scheduled to come off t iKOWS from tha HAIR MOOT* Daal. if i. Bklyn :IS, H.Y.COMBIJj.

press this year. n YOUR hair SCALP..Un Tha depends condition haavlM at
Yes We All TalkQUESTION Dr. Blackwell received her IB our.... natural health ., nut
from dp. raan * bachelors degree Ii Invented -medicated tarformula >
the University of Houston and piled CAKBONOK.
..
which mixed with
her master's degree from FSU. bmaflclal ,,,,recll.nta manyPrey.ea CAH.ONOEC -.

: I have heard the word "arch" Her area of specialization is 'ul antlaaptia ta curb and a doe atrpaPown.curb; flna
American literature. work In bet leg an ITCHY
& BLUES pronounced several different ways; please She has been a director of nuns many BUMPY DOCTORS BANTbRUrT retard. It&Ifhlr" thai'

get the public I straight on this matter. Camp Cherryfleld for Adults, *and calp PRESCRIBf troUb,... M.I"*., for annoying naTy.

---Mrs. C.B. Instructor of creative writing .Ktanully Awed acalp. aondtJona -
at Watkins Institute,and a graduate ar* fraatly nU.... by the r _
ANSWER: According to Webster's Collegiate UM of Ihla Trlpla Mranfth Uri. j ,,
dictionary the word arch Is teaching assistant while formula. Writ. for this DOLT OC SIIIYX -
RADIO STATION"WHAMMY pronounced C SCALP FORMULA t !i'
FSU.
/arch/ with the "ch" being sounded attending will a Fw ail -
"tsh"the :.i : :
She Is the daughter of Mrs end ready '' ilea IT .eab and bt..h 1..d..IN,
--- train steam engine sound as in Gladys Blackwell Sells who R T DAYS u and mafwy U you back cry pay not thaw A w..h..w DYt. a."n. Will.5Wok.a.., rub .,t.

"church ( Refers to a building struc- resides at 1104 Morgan Avenue tIofat.l'; on doUvory.. Thla In.aiuaW iHA4 .tiler ltrDY' 'AVOIDS wy

tural member as in a c h u r c h or In Prichard, Alabama. .laur.mara mrjrthlnc You %Dont II I"'krJ ray ...Iona......."..e""'" '........1.[.. .LOOK......
.IracilVna, Uaa '., pn..nn .ollln '
auditorium. ) Spotlight Product CATED SCALP FORMULA your pit be .Come_... IA Pl..tle. v.p, c.
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the .
geometry, word "arc" or FIGHTCANCER .aarv. d PL:Nntaa n., ail B1pY. 1
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a bowl ike curve in mathematics. The word Of The Week *OOAl.ur au HAIB. PRODUCTS WO.PJ u".nit., ".1. ...... Par aasy

IN MIAMI" is pronounced /ark/ to rhyme with the *irj-fctyj. V 1*_lhaapahaad.Y. : :! tH Day fA';WIMe.r..r: :: d.Ur.ry na lf.Iw.yo.bpJ,

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FEBRUARY 4. \\m STAR mm PASS


Among The Stars- FAMU ROTC Commissions Four Officers Pancakes Have February Appeal I


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rye been trying to contact Joe Adams,executivevice president
of Ray Charles Enterprises In Los Angeles for an exclusive
interview with Rocking Ray. I just saw his movie "Blues
for Lovers," and while It will never win any Academy awards,
I found it quite refreshing and, believe It or not, I feel Ray
frame.Charles has quite a bit of acting locked up Inside his soulful M ti

i
Of course, there was plenty of music-end the Raelets are
there, too-end Joe even has a very Important role. This,
however, was to be expected since be Is Ray's right hand man. _
Little Piers Bishop the English lad who co-stars with Ray, _
would have definitely stolen the picture if It had not been for
Ray and the band Jamming so tight! _

ICs really worth the price of admission-and It may give youa _
little Insight on blindness.I can really appreciate their desire
to be free of sympathetic and so-called helpful outside _
influences. Just kinds leave 'em alone, and eyll make It.
Ranks, Rayl

I MM III of the cherry tree continues to Influence meet of
th special foodi created for Washington' Birthday TheM
Tree Pancakes would be delightful choice for hearty I
will be Cherry a a
February THE month In
Chicago If Muhammad All breakfast or light supper on this patriotic holiday.
manages to defeat Ernie Terrell in Houston on the 6th. Gene
Chandler is throwing a party; Oscar Brown Jr. will host a
special champagne sip,Eldee Young and Red Holt are schedulinga r VETERANSTHE
bountiful blast (complete with soul food In honor of their
newly-acquired pianist Hysear Don Walker); and Jerry Butler
has prepared a menu for 40 guests at his home. Various other
soirees are being drafted by Alvin Cash, Otis Leavill, Billy JACKSONVILLE ,BARBER COLLEGE, I INf.
Butler, the Arttstlcs, and Tennyson-Stevenson Duo.
No one knows why all of these shindigs have been planned [
I Of 630 DAVIS ST. Is Now Taking
for'February. No one that I talked to has bet on the fight and, ,
from all indications, even if Ernie does upset the champ the
parties are still going to be held a
Billy Butler, I summed It when Applications For Its
guess up pretty well be told --- '-- --- "-- --- --"
me: "Well, February Is a short month and we don't wantto
Four students at Florida A&M University
let it slip by us!" Lake Alfred' George Jones Jr. Tallahassee
And?????? were commissioned into the U. b. Army as ; James E. Thompson, Orlando; and John
second lieutenant through the FAMU ROTC H. Graham, White Spring. Veteran Class. :

MMMf training program. The newly commissioned ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest FII l I ,,
yau.
officers are : Calvin Maultsby ( left ) ,
Swinging Bobby Hebb who recently played Leo's Casino,
Cleveland, along with the a Jays, decided he would start the Grambling Coed The Size Of Our ClassesIs
New Year out right. He got married on the 31st of December. Fla State Fair Seen SCLC Warns Court Orders
I think her name is Catherine Vail Funny, be didn't tell me Performs With
anything about it Christmas when I talked with him. Maybe Bigger And Better Of DisasterIn Limited By Law.
he thinks I have a big mouth. ,I
Yeah. Maybe thatfs why I Shreveport Opera Speed Mixing
TAMPA-Pointing another
MississippiATLANTA I
great year Florida State Fair NEW ORLEANSNPI e .
M MM I M
officials Lave announced exhibits Ca. Dr. Ralph SHREVEPORT Connie, La.Meuo-Bell, a United States Fifth Circuit Enroll Now To Be Sure Of
Harry Dale, vice president. Press Clippings Limited, has will be bigger and better David Abernathy of Southern soprano Grambling College senior Court of Appeals in New Or-
.some plans in- the works that involve Chicago's dreaded when the fair opens If s 12dayrun Christian Leadership Conference scored an important culturalbreakthrough leans ordered the public school
teen gang the Blackstone Rangers. You'll be the first to Feb. 7."Exhibits. warned of "dlsatrous by singing the role sysUra of Monroe and East Place.
know about it, because their security measures would make are a vital part of consequences in Grenada, of Leah In the world premiere Baton Rouge parish to entirely
the Secret Service look like a modified Boy Scout unit. They the many attractions that make Miss., if our civil rights of the "Nora" as the desegregate all parts of their I
opera
}have promised me an exclusive release. a visit"to the fair a memorable'event workers and the Negro community Shreveport, La., Symphony system including pupils, facilities CALL 355-9874 II
M. E. Trowdell;, Fair there are not given Repertory Opera Company faculties and extracurricular I
Gen. Mgr. said
MMMM adequate protection by federal, activities.
opened! its 10th season
In line with this feeling the '
state and local authorities.
The opera was performedJan.
See you Among the Stars... fair seeks to provide It's pa- Toe warning came in the wakeof 23 and 25, In the Civic Theater.
trons with attractions each
new a fire Jan 22 at the Bell Mack
It was written by Gordon ,
both educational and
year,
Flower Baptist Church, which who spent almost two years on
........ NOTICE ....... colorful.The fair offers exhibitors an provided an office for theSCLC the avant garde work REPAIR-ADD ON-REMODEL
staff in Grenada. The blaze "Nora" 1s based on Henrlk
be responsible opportunity todlsplaytbelrpro- destroyed or badly damaged Ibsen's "A Doll's FREE ESTIMATES
publication will not play, House
This ducts in three dimensions and
sent or brought much of the church's roof, interior written In 1906. Mack took the What Do You Want
of photos allows exhibitor
for the return representatives -
furnishings records, characters from the Ibsen play I
to offices for publication. VUhere- to make personal and ROOMS ADDED FHA
in our heating facilities. renamed them and placed themin
ever possible we will endeavor to return contacts with potential custom. "We can not help wondering a 1935 New Orleans setting I GARAGE BREEZEWAY
era It affords the manufacturers
photos when requested but we will not be the opportunity to display If enemies of the Grenada rather than the 1879 Norwegian GARAGE CONVERTED
Feedom Movement set FINANCING
responsible in the event they are lost. their products and keep the County fire to the church," Dr. environment in which they were FLORIDA ROOM
conceived.
public abreast of their new originally POOL & PATIO ; ,
"It is J'
Abernathy said. only ,
,
; a Miss Bell became the first '
advancements: natural"'that' wo'OdspeectLttds.Some ;' Negro to perform with the : ., PAINTING/ \ I '10"YSARS OF BUILDING'I "' "e

residents of the church Shreveport Opera Company.
neighborhood in Grenada reported Soloists were chosen with
FOR CONTIUED bearing sounds like care. The Grambling coed's GOFF CONST. CO.
explosions when the fire performance was described u
started. Also, our staff "commendable." One critic
1804 DEAN RD. GENERAL CONTRACTOR 725.0228
members and local Negro
labeled her role "a fine per-
parents and children have been formance in stimulating
subjected to harassment "
repertory |
threats and terrible pbYSlcJabuse .
PROGRESS 'I, ----- -
ever since last summer
when the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference began ENROLL IN
an all-out drive for equalityand
justice in Grenada."
Dr. Abernathy, vice president BOLDEN'S ADULT CLASSES

at-large, and Rev Andrew
Young, executive director,cur Startiif February
rently are directing all SCLC
programs while their close

associate, SCLC President Dr.Martin 26'p
Luther King Jr., is on
VOTE leave writing a book.
"Our nation should be awareof
three very Important facts !
: about the situation Grenada,"
Dr. Abernathy said.
"First, despite our repeated
appeals to federal, state and
: law-enforcement agenciesfor
;: protection in Grenada, ouropponents r
YES 'ef
remain free to 1r '.
threaten: and! Intimidate us.
"Second, this will not stop
our programs in Grenada
Third, If lawlessness prevails
in that city, there couldbe

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7th "1 disastrous want to make consequences.this perfectly,

clear: It Is white people who r i.
are responsible for violence
and disorder In Grenada Lives Register Toe, Thir, Fri. 8 To 10 P.M.
and property in the Negro

FOR VITALY NECESSARY ELECTRIC EXPANSION community"Our program are in is danger.nonviolent COURSES

We cannot and will not answer e

.. violence Impoverished with violence.frightened Surelythe r, HOSPITAL AIDE CLASS f l BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTUMENTS I

ELECTRIC SYSTEM EXPANSIONPAID Negro community deserves full
protection by legal authorities


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WASHINGTON (NPI) The
Postmaster-General of the -
United States announced thata ADMINISTRATIVE. STAFF
stamp honoring the Negro
abolitionist Frederick Douglass John H, Bolden, President B.S. M. S. M. Ed? ED.S. Bertha M.
NO NEW TAXES : would be Issued in the Bo, Ide n, Vice President. B.S. Elzie L. Johnson, Dean of the
nation's capitol on St. Valen Faculty, B.S. N. A. E. Whltfleld Registrar,'' Rebecca Y.
tine's Day, Feb. 14. It will Thompson.. Head. Hospital Aide Dept. RN BS'd L. Bolden'
.be a 29 cent stamp. Administrative Asst. B.S. '
Douglass was born a Slav
'but be rose to be ambassadorto BOLDEN'S COLLEGE
France for the United States ".';fij ,,;:, ,
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1967 ScheduleOf Sports Comaiinlalor Gives Golf Tips'fyiummm GFWF Reports -

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SOUTHSIDEFORD '.' r. d<, S 1' .X; :: 1P : : .. : .l(Spotlight On Sports
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Auto RacingAt ", r'.. r ,' 1 ', "ll":: .\";" Gun Accidents.

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Cleanest Can DaytonaHere's ....4 ,: During 1966 By CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON
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Flnttt Chalet ., Pi ; ;': .
Complete the schedule for the TALLAHASSEE :Gun accidents NATURALLY TALENTED

Selection first week of racing activitiesat :. : : : resulted In 356 casualties during They called him a basketball clown, but he was much more
: i4 '
Best Guarantee International
Speed 1'
Daytona P than that.
1966, 80 of which were fatal,
JAX'S FINESTWE way for the 1967 season: -, i. ,. according to the official Firearms He played before popes, presidents, kings and emperors, and
WILL Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. ..,. Casualty Report compiled millions of Just plain Joe Blokes, all of whom praised him
PROVE ITf! 31-Feb. 4.00-5.00: : p.m.- by the Florida Game and mlghtly-but only because of his clowning. They fastened on to
Practice over 3.81 mile course Fresh Water Fish Commission,' him such titles as "Court Jester," "Clown Prince," and
5303 BEACH BLVD. for Daytona 24-Hour Con- Of the 356 casualties, 61 of the, "Mr. Basketball."
EX 8.4513 tinental and Daytona 300-mile ia accidents involved hunters. ,with While they reflected recognition of the man's showmanship
Trans-American race entries; 26 of the hunters being youths none of the tubs pinned on Reece (Goose) Tatum truly
7:00-9.00 p.m.-flight practice reflected his talents To it another Tatum's
: under 18 years of del Twelve fully. put way,
for Daytona Continental entries. of the accidents occurred while clowning far overshadowed his natural talents; Ms endowmentsas
1965 Falcon' Thursday, Feb. z-fl.OO: a.m.-' j'P e bunting deer, nine while hunting, an athlete.A .
12 noon-Practice for Daytona turkey, nine while hunting small quick-witted athlete with superb coordination, Tatum bad
2 to. < 'H. HIM WM. p.m.-Practice for Trans. mals other than game. Seventeen made his name, and on the baseball diamond. ,
American entries; 3.00-5.00 p. of the hunters were using There Is, by no means, any effort to "fault" sports fans
$1 119500 m.-Practice for Daytona Continental files, 32 were using shotguns, generally for rewarding Tatum solely for his clown's role.
I entries. and two were using handguns. While Tatum himself didn't have the privilege of cashing In
SOUTHSIDEFORD Friday, Feb. 3.00ll:30: .' Li The Firearm Casualty Report on his natural talents, sports fans as well never had a chance
m.-Practice and qualifying Indicated an Increase In total to learn of Ids more serious and patent qualities u an
trials for TransAmericanrace casualties from 1965 when 319 athlete, particularly as a baseball player.But .
; 12:30 p.m.-Preliminary accidents and 54 firearm fatalities those In the know, the experts\and serious studentk of
.$ILL$ POt LIU events; 1:00: p.m.-Start of the were reported. basketball and baseball will tell you frankly that Reece had
riot IIACH ILVD. First Annual Daytona 300-mile Hunters being mistaken for the natural talents, to match most of the greatest stars In
EX 8.4513 Trans-American (SCCA) race I _. game resulted in 16 accidents, those sports. It Is a pity therefore that people generally
over 3.81 mile course. Admission Russian roulette accounted for not know this and went to the Harlem Globetrotters games

: $5.00.Saturday three, air guns for nine, and mainly to see Tatum cavort as a basketball clown.
Feb. 4-2:30: p.m., practicing quick draw resultedin These people didn't know that Tatum could have made It big
1966 FORD -Band programs (New Smyrna ten firearm accidents. Target without the butfooery on Just his natural talents.
Beach and Clewlston High Why didn't be, then? Did be prefer the clown's role? I
shooting on Including
Much W.,. 4 Dr.VI :Schools) and introduction of ranges doubt It.Reece.
skeet, trap and rifle ranges resulted -
An*. I.H. llyt guests; 3:00: p.m.-Start of the in accidents for 1966. I believe, was one of those gifted gut unfortunate
1199500SOUTHSIDE (Annual Daytona 24-Hour Continental The Game and Fresh Water colored athletes who developed too far ahead of their time,
race over 3.81 mile Fish Commission acts as a ,.and, for expediency, were forced Into roles that did not
course. (Aden $7.00)) Paddock clearing house and coordinator j provide full outlets for their talents.
$10. # for firearm safety training and Therefore, as much as anyone bates to belabor the point,
Sunday, Feb. 5-3.00: p.m.- safety Instructors who conduct!( there is no denying that race prejudice In sports restrictedthe
.
FORD Finish of the Daytona 24-Hour safety training programs on a success of Reece Tatum, as it had others of his race. You
Continental. T1r local level for Interested gun Just can't get around It.
-mil rcii in%" Other highlights of the 1967 owners. Tatum, who died of an apparent heart attack recently In

IIOI IIACH 'L YD. Speed Weeks program at :; \ According to W. T. McBroom, El Paso, Texas, had the talents to go to the very top in baseball
EX 8.4513 Daytona International) Commission Chairman,the lack basketball without resorting to the clown's role, had fate not
Speedway: j .of training in firearm safety Is been so cruel to him. In fact, It seems safe to speculate that,
Sunday, Feb. 12-1:00: p.m.-;' MIAMI, Fla.-&b Toskl commentator for Sports Network and Internationally known professional a major cause of many accidents had he first reached stardom after baseball's color bar bad
I '65 Ply Fury III Two 25-mile ARCA pole po- golfter, imparts a few putting tips to Renee Powell, well-known amateur champion every year and hunters who have been broken, be would have become another Willie Mays,
sltlon races to determine pole from East Canton, Ohio. Renee Is In Miami to play in the 14th Annual North-South Golf received training are Seldom' would have commanded the same high salary, and the world
AN" "::1 positions for Fourth Annual Tournament at the City of Miami Country Club Feb. 8-12. included in the annual Firearm'Casualty would not have known him as the top clown of basketball.
VI, I" ., ee,.: P1.H.rr ARCA 250-mile late model, Miami-Metro News Bureau Photo Report. Tatum, you see, had made his mark in baseball long before
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stock car race; plus qualifying McBroom added, "We would he became famous In basketball. In fact, it was on the baseball
$169500SOUTHSIDt trials for NASCAR drivers to all parents to require diamond that the late Trotter owner-coach, Abe Sapersteln,
determine! two pole positions Slight IncreaseIn FAMU Cagers Looking Good their encourage children to have proper discovered him starring with the Cincinnati Clowns of the
for the Annual Daytona
Eights
firearm before then Negro American League.
500 race ($5,000 to fastest training giving Sapersteln was Impressed Tatum's with the
As 68 SIAC Contenders them access to guns. The name by dexterity
qualifier) Admission $3.00. Suns' General/
and address firearm safety gloves, particularly in making fancy catches behind his back
FORD Sunday, Feb. 19-1:00: p.m.- TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Amid-season record of nine wins and Instructors is available upon'' with his unusually long arms. But when I saw Tatum In
: Fourth Annual ARCA 250-mile four losses including an 83-77 win over 1966 SIAC champion request to the Game and FreshWater baseball uniform (unfortunately at the ebbtide of his career),
"tins IIACH'OR mi"IIOI IIVD. 'late model stock car race over Bleachers Tickets South Carolina State College,has delighted but not surprised the Fish Commission. I was far more amazed by his natural talent. The man was
EX 8.4513 2.5 mile speedway. Admission: Florida AtU! University Rattlers'head basketball coach,Ed Oe. fabulous.
Grandstands (unreserved) The Jacksonville Suns I|lesby. The Rattlers have only two Juniors,six sophomores, and GE'Renews Tatum could do everything with a glove at first base. But
$6.00; Infield $4.00. announce a slight Increase in 10 freshmen on a team that is rebuilding. to me, bis greatest attributes were his superb timing and his
Friday, Feb. 24-1:00: p.m.- their General Admission sense of anticipation. Simply by noting the size stance or
,
"In time this is a win South Carolina State. Of
to be
Sponsorship
going over
1965 FalcoVI595 ; Two 100-mile Grand National ticket from $1.25 to$1.50,and .' grip of the bat of a batsman, Tatum knew exactly where the
races to determine "SW'starting Bleacher ticket-from 75? to good team"Oglesbysaid."Thisteam Clarence Allen and Tony Shelton ball was going to be hit and positioned himself to field It. Few
has hustle a lot of talent have come off the bench on many Outdoors
\ positions. Admission: : Series other baseball
I 0r HT.AA.f. $1.00. stars-notably Mays, Joe DIMagglo, Phil
.. C... and is to occasions this to
R.H. Whit. Infield $4.00 Reserved seats eager learn. Its nine season put
... ; The Grandstand Reserved and Rizzuto and Maury Wills-possessed this
Sh. Electric unique gift. .
wins and four losses is a fine record some spark in the Rattler offense. General Company has
$6.00 $10.00 and $15.00.
remainat Tatum carried the
Box Seat tickets will same natural talents basketbalL There
>
$ FAD. 25-1:00 ,and I only hope we cando as Alfred Lawson and Ernest renewed its full sponsorship of
Saturday, : p.m. $1.60 and $2.00 respectively. are those cynics who scoff at the .;Trotters merry brand of
the
well with the remainder of o rI Jones two 6'6" freshmen, "Sportsman's Holiday"
.J Start of the Daytona Perma- "
basketball
This increase in General Ad- series with as "fakery for profits, and maintain that guys like
} tex 300 for NASCAR Modlfied- missions now brings the Suns I I games. have been instrumental on the half-hour color Reece could not have reached the top>> stardom playing straight I
SOUTHSIDE'FORD Sportsman drivers. Admission Although David Wright, fresh- backboards, but Junior Larry special appeal to the outdoor
] tickets into conformity with the I professional ball. These guys are dead
Infield $4.00 Reserved Grand man from Tampa, is the most Stead, Cambridge,Mass.,ranks sportsman, which will be presented wrong.
; price of general admissions During scrimmages, the Trotters have a "serious" period
stand seats: $6.00, $10.00 and tickets of the other clubs in I I consistent performer on the'team next to Wright's consistency. on the NBC TelevisionNetwork when they work out certain strategems of straight playing for
and the leading scorer with Stead is one of the top rebound- for the third successive
$15.00. those
International occasions when they'd have to
League. and
the
MILS '0. llll" 348 the He has scored starting Sunday June forego clowning
points for a 26.8 ers on team. year ,
Sunday Feb. 26-12.30: p.m. average,
In concentrate offense
IIOI lEACH ILVD. There is to be no charge on and defense to contain fast-moving
Start of the Eights Annual Season Ticket of $40.00 key performance by other members in the double figures on eight 18 (540-6 D.m.Nyn.It was announced ODDonents.
EX 8.4513 prices of the team has been a main different occasions. An indication today by James G.Her-
500 late model stock'
Daytona In I
these sessions
for Grandstand, $75.00 for have seen Tatum do Just about everything
.factor in the nine of Stead's to the Director Special Program,
car race. (World's fastest 500- Grandstand Reserved and I' victories importance gen, that is required of a top He'd fast-break dunk
pro. weave
Chuggy Cadwell, Junior from team was his fine perofrmance Sports and Daytime Sales,NBC-
mile automobile race). Admission technical
patterns block
$100.00 for Box Seats,covering shots, and even call many plays.
Camden N. J. and a former Morris Brown College TV.
1964 Fairlane : Infield $5.00; Reserved the entire 70 in the home against That's how agile and versatile the late
games very great one was.
high school All-American Stead reported late after the Clyne Maxon Inc., placed the
J grandstands $8.00; $15.00 and schedule of the Suns 1967 International On the baseball diamond, these very same talents would have
$20.00. '' I I ned the nets for 31 points against Christmas holidays and missed order for General Electric, made him
a "
Vn'-rM- League Play. tremendously Important "take charge
Allen University and led the FAMU-Lane College which was full sponsor for the guy.
0 Unreserved seats available
.
But Tatum's
WhIM Adlet. Also books of Ten General natural talents were channeled Into basketball
,, Friday and Saturday 36.00Sun- FAMU to an easy 82-61 victory. game, which FAMU lost 8477. series in its first two years on
o ; Admissions tickets ((10 tickets mimicry instead. Baseball, when he hit stardom, was still

$ Dennis Jackson Ineleht'
pumped NBC-TV.
1150 day $8.00. (Children under 12 for $10.) will remain on sale "lllywhlte," and guys like him who loved to eat well and live
out of
and six
field
admitted free with escorts tot at this price until Opening Day' goals high couldn't afford to fool around waiting for integration. They
nine free throws in the Rattlers'The
SOUTHSIDE unreserved stands and Infleldjj)) April 26.Old. 'were after the "quick buck," and to Tatum! clowning seemed

i i 4 the natural, profitable thing.
FORD Tee Nose So he became the Trotters Court Jester, leading their
\ Er / slelght-of-hand, pre-game routine and becoming their big
box office
mil 10* mi" attraction
IIOI lEACH IIVD. It is unfortunate, therefore, that modern sports fans did not
EX 8.4513 get a chance to tee Tatum at his greatest in a natural baseballor
basketball role. For, there was one guy who definitely would
t JllllELj have become one of the greatest, Just by untiliclng his natural
.playing talents.
j 1964 FORD If the realists could maintain that "fact,are stubborn things"

.. then optimists like this scribe could argue with equal credence.
I C.::.7.1': I rI 4 + that ''fate'Is a cruel thing." -
1pgll'
Air C.sd. .Cs.. '
Clo. 1 v1"EXTRT"MtLbi It cruel to
was a named
guy Reece (Goose) Tatum.Coming.

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mui roi itir eight annual "Bob Hope Desert Classic" will bf'ielevtseTom NBC) Television on e' .
IIOI lEACH IIVD. Saturday, Feb. 4, and Sunday, Feb. 8. Rope is host of the $110,000 pro-amateur tournamentfrom !' Johnnie Taylor
EX 1-4513 Arnold Palmer Jack Nicklaus I Ojth!! Stores" .
Palm Springs, Calif., featuring such outstanding pros u I I
Billy Casper and Doug Sanders. NBC-TV will cover the last four boles on Saturday (In black \ .... fl I Lillie Johnny Taylor II
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Ford Defending A New Team Claude Harmon
Cougars SeenFavorites Grambling Tigers


In Champion In ., fi Still In SWAGBasketball One Of AnnouncersFor

Daytona 24-Hour

Today's Race Daytona Beach, Fla.- very Race Golf ClassicFormer

car In the world capable of scor GRAMBLING, La. Forcedout
Daytona Beach, Fla.-Drivers ing an overall win la a race of of first place and into golf star Claude Harmon
who have handed and won with such speed and endurance willDionthegrldnextSaturday.Feb. L Involuntary exile for three and announcer Bob Prince
almost every type of car from Fr vJ weeks the Grambling Tigers will Join Jim Simpson, Undsey
midgets to Formula OnenW be 4, when the green flag falls for are again holding sway in the Nelson, Cahrlie Jones and JoeGaraglola
oo the itartine grid Friday,Feb. the start of the Daytona Hour Southwestern Athletic Conference in covering the eighth
3, when the first Daytona Trans- Continental at Daytona Inter nat- basketball race. annual "Bob Hope Desert
American 300 race Is run over ional Speedway.America's Grambling stepped back Into Classic" from Palm Springs,
Daytona International Speed longest road-track the breach with a,90-80 victoryover 7aUf., over the NBC Television
way's 3.81 mile track-roadclr- race, whose only equal is the 24 Alcorn AAM. Network Saturday, Feb. 4 (C-5
cuit. Hour of Le Mans, has drawn 70 Coach Fred Hobdy finely- NYT, in black and white)
Dam Gurney,this country's top cars and drivers from twelve balanced giants have stabilised inn Sunda, Feb. 5 ((4:30-8p.m.
internationalist, will drive a nations-france, Germany after a slow start and are NYT, In color)
factory YercuryCougaruwill Italy, Australia,Belgium Swltcerland flexing bulging biceps In a first On Sunday, when the-golf pros
Parnelll Jones, longtime mAC Austria, Canada,Mex- place tie with Alcorn. complete their final round for
ace and winner of the Indy 500. ico, NewsZstates, England, and Grambling has a 13-3 season $llO.OO91npr1J.e money Harmon
Dr. Dick Thompson,eight times the record and 4-2 league standard.A will be stationed'wclubhouse
a national SCCA champion will The 24 Hour Continental,which '. ,' M team with a long-term pen before large ooardieiuuriuga
be In a Mustang, and Bob Johnson has a ) p.m. start on Saturday, \ chant for "name performers topographical map of the last
onetime ace of the Shelby Is for the manufacuters world the Tigers boast another four holes. In this manner Bar
American Coba team, will championship, and Is run over 4 spectacular All-Am eric an mon will be able to add to the
handle a Falcon. Other champions the Mpeedway's3,8lmilectrcm( candidate Id James Jones, a visual TV coverage of the tournament
Include Bob TulUus,Bruce that Includes the high-banked I 8-6 senior with unshakable by providing expert anal
Jennings Walt Rune, Jim Baker turns and long straights, plus poise and a winning tempera- ysis of the problems faced by the
Chhrlle Kolb, and the Aust the flat, winding infield road. ment. golfers as they procede through
ralian ace, Alan Moffat. Ford Is the defending world Hobdy says Jones meets every these holes. *
champion, and does not Intendto Co-Chairmen of the National Sports Committee In support of Oreenberg, LDr director-counsel; Bill Russell, player-coach qualification for stardom. He Bob Hope will be on hand for
yield to the challenges mounted the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc. (LDF) jt the Boston Celtics; and Gale Sayers of the Chicago Bears. Is a top rebounder, excellent some serious as well as"Hope
by Ferrari of Italy, Chaparral take their positions. From left are Maury Wills of the Pittsburgh Sayers, Russell, and White head team seeking $100,000.00for shooter with a great varietyof type" comments u be and Jot
of Texas, and Porsche of Pirates (standing in for the ailing Bill White); Jack the LDF. (News Voice International Photo) shots, and a deceptive play- Garaglola cover the finish of the
Germany. Ford has entered ---- maker Ive-day tournament
full factory team of six Mark n
prototypes, winner here year Sport Sfiorts---- President Jenkins CASSIUS ERNIE
ago, and the powerful protoswllJ
have as drivers such Internationalists BROTHER BEATEN 9 CLAY Vi. TERRELLWMOtompJo

as Dan Gurney, Bruce WOLVERHAMPTON, England-NP1)-Ray Patterson,younger In TV Appearance MUHAMMA* All *
McLaren, A.J.Foyt,Luclen Blanchl brother of former world heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson, WBId C6emploi
Dennis Julius Lloyd recently was the victim of a 10-round beating by Britisher
Ruby, Peter Revson, Richie Jack Bodell. Concentrating on a body attack, Bodell, southpaw In Atlanta Area WORLD HEAVYWEICflf
Ginther, and Mario Andrettl. challenger for Henry Cooper's British heavy crown, was the
Ferrari, stung by Ford's 1966 aggressor throughout the match. CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
domination of road racing, has ALBANY, Ga. -Albany State
taken dead aim on the 24 Hour BRtAKS! JINK College's president, Thomas lAlfUflFCHAMflflNS
Continental. The Italian firm PHILADELPHIA)- The fast-breaking Boston Celtics, Miller Jenkins II, will appear
has developled a brand new with player-coach Bill Russell leading the way, broke the on WSB-Television In the NIGHT or RECKONING
4..y nlt JIUpgyp prototype-..the 330 P4-and home floor Jinx the Philadelphia 76ers held over them by Atlanta area on Tuesday, Feb. Direct/ from the Fabulous ,
came here in December to run defeating their rivals, 118-106, In a NBA game recently 14. ASTRODOME Houston Texts
,
President Jenkins will be Interviewed -
trials with the 12-cyllnder bea-
on the "Today In ON B/0 SCREEN/ CLOSED CIRCUIT'' TV =AOM't1J0N
uty. Ferrari will start two of the 4
gyp 330 P4's, driven by Chris Amon Joyner Tips Permatex 300, Georgia" show by Ruth Kent MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1967 & t6
at 900 In
: a.m. a plctorlaj /
Mike Parkes Ludovlco Scarf1o-
ttl, and Lorenzo Bandlnl, all Curtain Raiser life presentation and the ph'slcalsurround-depicting student 2 JACKSONVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM of5tFt era

ranking Grand Prix drivers. 35 Against tags the of f O.M 0,., ':'0 '.M.
on Albany .
campus .. .
Another will be driven by Mulcrs TIclnH N. ( ) MIMCJIIONVILU ,2o,f
SEABOWINES State College. CIVIC' AUDITOIIIUM'
500
brilliant Pedro Rodriguez For Daytona L
The telecast will be In color.
DOWNTOWN TICKS OHICI HEMMING PARK
and Jean Gulchet of France. .
Union -
Both Ford and Ferrari will Virginia
have their hands full with the DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -.
Chapparal entry from Texas. Early entries from state and DOLLAR
Millionaire Jim Hall has entered RALEIGH N. C.-The Shaw track champions throughout the "YOUR
two of the Chapparals-the United States and Canada Indicate -
University Five, winless In
same cars that whipped the their two outings last week a full, fast field for the BUYS MORE ;
BIG world field In the 1000 kilometers dropped two tilts recently. In Permatex 3OOwhentb18naUonalchampionship
of Nurturing(Germany) event Is run at
the first game the Shaw Bears
last year. The Texas road- lost to the ALT College Aggies Daytona International Speedwayon AT YOUR BANNER
runners will be driven by Phil in the Aggles' gym and losta Saturday, Feb. 23.

Hill, Mike Spence,Bob Johnson, 136-90 game playing the The starting f1eldofth1lmo41D.edsportsman event limited- FOOD STORE11HOME n?
and Bruce Jennings. Virginia Union Panthersin
The Daytona 24 Hour Continental Richmond, Va. to 50, but 75 or more fast' I, QUANTITY PRICES GOOD

8" is worth more: than$65,000 In In the ALIT game, the,Bears, highly-tuned cars are certain ;,YOUR TOWN GROCER" RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH\ SATURDAY M
to be on hand when qualifying
I posted awards,
played a slow game, to trail
trials start Feb. 20.
on
only 23-22 at halftime. The
The state and track champions r-
., first half saw the Bears takea are given financial aid FIRST CUTPORK MAXWELL HOUStCOFFEE!
brief 8-4 lead over the Aggies
linn Iris I Hut Types Watch with 15:11: left in the half. In reaching the Speedway, and WEll
are guaranteed a spot In the CHOPS
...,,,.,'re mi f. Hens This Clown Ivan Donovan, rebound starting lineup provided they NOUN
sensation for the Bears, led
59 17 32 the initial half scoring dropping qualify at 135 m.p.h. or better. w
In the 1966 Permatex 300 a
FINE SHERRY in eight points and pulling down
61 89 13
.*. PALE DRY SHERRY 'eleven rebounds. Donovan, who speed of 140 was necessaryto 1 LB
be sure of a place In the tnc
3
5 is of the rebound-
one greatest 49C
CREAM SHERRY era ever to matriculate at Shaw field, and the qualifying mark [IB LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH CAN
1 1 was a swift 173.076 m.p.h.,
WHITE PORT pushed his way through for
numerous tip-Ins even againstthe set by Cale Yarborough In a is.oo OR MORE FOOD ORDER
RUBY PORT 4 9. modified Ford.
very tall and strong Aggie
Last was won by SEMI.BONELESS I-
year's race
TAWNY PORT team. The second half was
35 57 97
Curtis Turner, veteran NAS 49C WESTERN
completely opposite the firsthalf
RICH MUSCATEL CAR Grand National driver.' PORK ROAST LB
as the Aggies started the
PURE BLACKBERRY 49 35 55 half running, as Aggie center

Sometimes He's UpSometimes. .Ted"Soapy"Campbell Adams, and broke forward the Dr. S. Edwards FRESH SPARE RIBS ? 39

Try Them All4e He's Down, He adds, .c'uUracts;. game wide open. 59C
He work it all around. With the score 28-27 in favorof Named To EATA J..QRK STEAKS LB.DOLE .

the Aggies and 17.35; left E--
98 13 90
-
in the game, Shaw was score TALLAHASSEE Fla. Dr. 3

less for two minutes and thirty- S. Randolph Edmonds, head of PINEAPPLE SLICED n I HERSHEY'S ,.,.,., ....: : :_::
four seconds as Adams and
COMING: ATTRACTIONS the Speech and Drama r'.'rt"c"i. :
led their team to fOR I RkNrt.71r/CMq
Campbell
Department at Florida AIM
.
,
45 498 19 a 40-29 point bulge. With this University, has been electedto OGLE .. ..'.. '
vantage point, the Aggies went the Executive Committee of $100 .
MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED ,, on to a 79-57 victory the American Educational PINEAPPLE CRUSHED #2 I SUGARH: :: :: .. .'. : '
Norman Joyner, ShaWs All- Theatre Association. The committee ...r4'
CIA A choice, contributed met recently in Chicago.He 5
twenty-four points to the Bears' became the first member } E'R S.'H EY.'S:

". cause, pumping In seventeen DOLE IDS. ...... .. .
"Man's Days are Number d. of his race to be named to both 46 : .. _'-I' '
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I Fight On Closed Circuit Church News EXPERT SEWING lOUSES FOR SALE ROOMS FOR RENT

,., h ..... ._ Continued From Page 4 Alterations and Dressmaking rurn. 1570 W. 6th St. 355-6291 .tE0'.5Skis
Reasonable rates 76WS30. Hum 955-9594
"t. report each Second and Third Sunday nights 'flu rally is In ISABELLA Pf PAW RijiniiOf !
(, ( Interest at he building and expansion program of the church.
In, THAT'S MEI! I have the Amazing
WANTED
:1.1. According to the pastor, a workshop, touching all phases of ROOM fOR RENT TABLETS
UPERIOR TONIC ,
t' .... church activities,will begin Monday at 8:30: p.m., and continue Aim. rm. Single man or married ,UAID0, N. Y, oLEEP-IN for all the things want AIJ RlrJ
Pep you
the week. The theme Is, "Lord, What Will Thou 'JOBS, salaries
throughout couple. Hot and cold water to $65,: fare to do. Box of 30 Jl.00. Satisfaction -
\: rl Have to Do and How." advanced. Rush '
me 'S5W503 references, guaranteed or Money is Oir Oaly iisiiiss
The pastor will discuss Covenant, Baptism, Stewardship, phone number. ABLE MAIDS
and Why We Serve, with a blackboard demonstration each AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN.FREE' Back
night.Refreshments will be served. APT. FOR RENT PORT. N. Y. ISABELLA 934 E. Oiioi St t
Y &0. Box 239, Dept. S Gary,.
furnished apt for rent. Indiana.
WALTERS MEMORIAL Married couple only. Phone HELP WANUU
Services Sunday In Waiters Memorial AME Zion Church ,
353-0942 after 6 and all
l .,., f begin with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m., with SuperintendentA. day Saturday. p.m. SALES rumMen NOTICE
>F B. Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie Brown Jr. The topic,,
t't.' dime Danger of Hypocrisy," will be reviewed by Rev. H. C. and women, to sell actver
HELP WANTED liberal The'City Com million of the City of Jacksonville
Archie, pastor. Using. Liberal draw,
Morning service commences at 11 o'clock and the evening Top Job nOW.best name id commission: easy work, quick hes ifxpreued. 'its Intent to of use the portions of ditch Mt.Mermen .
service at 6.M. The Holy Communion will be administered N.Y. City,NewJersey.Friendly '111... You earn $75 to$150 if fork southwesterly for the drainage locetlon of
told
dOois .
during the services with the pastor and officers In charge. families. Fare sent, rush re- you're keen. Frlnp'benefits.. the extending Weitiide Neighborhood property Center and for park

-no..df- Altar Call 'erences. FREE GIFT. Apply FLORIDA STAR, 2323 and recreational purposes. The City has made an
When' Cassius (Muhammad All) Clay meets E.Terrell Monday 300 W. 40 St, N.Y.C. Dept. Moncrief Rd.'hor13th.TOOTHACHE. extensive investigation and le of the opinion thet
night In the Houston, Texas Astrodome for a heavyweight Conunued From Page 4 laid portion of said Park wee never used at e
champion go, the event will be shown on closed circuit young Catholic that told him auiuig last summer's Uartln MAIDS FOR NEW YORK cemetery.The '
television in Jacksonville and in Miami. Luther King-led open housing marches in Chicago: UP TO $75 WEEK I City Commission requests that anyone claiming/
The Jacksonville showing will be held at the Coliseum and "The reason I stopped going to Mass Is not because Pm any valid existing: Interests or rights in sold portion
,
: the Miami show will be seen at the Biscayne Kennel Club. bothered by infallibility or the Immaculate Conception, but ,Top jobs NOW, best homes inN. Whr oneNrr with OAA IEI-I I..dnul"SptMnlMM I lit Mint tormull ttiM of said Park communicate with the City Commission
Clay or All took a long tine convincing! the public that he's .because .the Cardinal has done nothing to clamp down on Y. City, New Jersey. Friendly I Jut'it I.. wcKtl.. iKOiMiMUMl ulcM, to ."11510 by nun"''robbln.toothlCh. .M.|., prior to February 14, 1967. at Room 1301 City Hall.
: not all Up, but rather, that he's a pretty good fighter. Con those mass going Catholics who are clobbering Negroes families. Fare sent,rash refer* i tl. .Alk your Ml ww+...nNpumud5l CITY COMMISSION of the City of ,,
: sequenUy, the smart money Is on Clay this go. However, with rocks and bottles." ences. FREE GIFT. rot ." Jacksonville Florida
there are a few odd-balls who think that this is the tight that Perhaps those who go to churches where the ministry MiSS DIXIE AGENCY I ara-Jel.,-=.;.i ly Louie H. Ritter,
might well upset Cassius.I thinks ifs a sin to lead demonstrations should Join this MayorCommiasionor.the .
SOD W. 40th St., N. Y.C, Dept. e:
t young Catholic and STAY HOMI And, find a more worthy I

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SAN ANTONIO, Tex.-Airman outstanding proficiency in fulfilling .
Blllie Bryant, son of Mr. and suppy responsibilities. at
; Mrs. Willie D. Bryant of 2507 The honor qualified recipients happening
r Lantana Ave.,JacksonvilleFla.< for assignment to high-level are
... has been selected for technical positions In supply and procure Big things !!
/i': training at Amarillo AFB,Tex., ment fields which control more
,I as a U.S. Air Force Urcarft than half of !the Air Force's
maintenance specialist. Fiscal Year 1966 cost reduction
; The airman recently completeedbailotrolningatLacklandA savings of two billion dollars
-. were produced In this area. sign
The lieutenant Is a member of Motoring
q the Military Airlift Command "Happy
: which provides global airlift for
\ the nation's military forces.,
f The Arlington Heights High
School graduate received his B. ** 4 B9Bl lBBlB lB lB lBVlB lBVBI te '>>>
_A. degree from Coe College\ ,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He war
named a distinguished military
graduate and commissioned upon -
completion of tbeAlr Force
Reserve Officers Training

f Corps program.
Lieutenant Garr, a member of
Lambda Chi Alpha, is marriedto
i the former Ann M. Deal,'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence J. Deal Jr. of 5359
BILLY BRYANT Royce Ave. .T rk.nnvlUe, Fla.

FB, Tex IllS new school part *
I of the Air
Training Command Au-
SAN AiifONIO, Tex. -
vhicb! conducts hundreds of alt
Statom of
man Robert Jr., son
specialized courses to provide 14 r I. Margareltte Statom 1 (
., technically trained personnelfor of 1065 Julia St., Jacksonville, 0 'r. l
\\I the nation's a fi.
aerospace Fla., has been selected for e
force technical training at Sheppard
I Airman Bryant Is a 1966 grad AFB, Tex., as a U. S. Air
1 I uate of W. M. Raines Ugh Force aircraft maintenance
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School. Itt* specialist.The airman recently I i. ii t/

SAVANNAH, ,-i"1'st Lieutenant I Ifor
Roy'' B. Garr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy A. Garr of 316
S. Derbyshire Ln., Arlington
Heights, 111., has received the
U. S. Air Force Outstanding
Supply Officer Certificate at
Hunter AFB, Ga.
Lieutenant Garr was selected
for the special award by the
Air Force Chief of Staff for his


HELP WANTED-MALE


Public Health I 9 ,: ,:
employee with the 1 iI ,
State of Florida. / : .

College graduate from completed basic training

accredited collegeor at Lackland AFB, Tex His new }-,
u n i v e rsity school part of the Air TrainIng i' ...

Age 2130. Must have Command which conducts r,.' '
hundreds of socialized coarses -
! own automobile. to provide technically trained r :
" Beginning( salary personnel for the nation's. 9'r

(, 400500. Excellent aerospace force. ,,;
r f r i n g e Airman Stafom is a 193S
and promotional graduate of New Stanton High
: benefits. School.

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