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Report GOY. Kirk May Oust rrn.tflJ-...:e..._....1!t 1.atJ'J. .lJOI'YOL. NAACP,New DeadlineFor School





Ernest Jackson From OEO Job Set For Feb. 20


Duval County school officials
..
have been given the deadline

Kirk Is Boss Mom And P p-1 Check: Offsprings for letting Negro leaders know

what action will be taken to

relieve the East Jacksonville
Of OEO Unit school situation or face a tax

16 NO.45 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1961 '15 CENTS payers' suit prohibiting further
use of school bond money.

Says Faircloth ._.. ..,. ..,... ._. *- *. *. *, *. ** .w.,.....** The target date Is Feb. 20,
announced last Tuesday by

TALLAHASSEE-GOT. Claude Wendell if the NAACP P. Holmes education chairman committee -

Kirk,,, under the attorney Ex-Regent Pleads For A&M Law School and the Citizens

general's opinion regained Committee for Better Education -

the control anti-poverty over Florida'program arm last of ** '* ** ** *' ** Local citizens along with, the

Tuesday and Immediatelyrumors V KAACP and the CCBE !have

began flying thick and been petitioning school officials

fast that Jacksonville's Ernest .z HOPE for a new school to replace
LOOMING
Jackson, Negro attorney will FOR the dilapidated Matthew

, be among the BurIIt'appointees k. GIlbert School
who will get the axe. i In a unique press conference

called on the Courthouse steps

Wednesday Holmes gave the

PAIR FACING following statement
CHAIR "We serve notice now that

unless we have positive

assurance by Feb. 20 as to

*. *. .. .- .. .. .- .. .- .. ** -* HIJ what action Is to be taken to
'
relieve 'the situation in East
Pair On Trial Dyson Urges Jacksonville, we Intend to'

._ Ask InvestigationOf
-"' Initiate a taxpayer's suit to

For petition the courts to enjointhe
AvoidingVietnam
NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Harris check on] the Action To Save Board of Public Instruction

progress of their four children, who lie In incubators at and the administration from
Jewish Hospital here Feb. 5. Mrs. Harris had given birth Draft, Murder CasesA the expeDclltur.ofanyaddltiODal

.. ._ '- --- to quintuplets and one of the children was stillborn. She AIM Law SchoolCLIFTON funds related *o the bond issue
ERNEST JACKSON celebrated her 32nd birthday Feb 5 at the hospital where LOS ANGELES -NPI)- U. S. ($35 million) for construction

...to get tie? she blew out candles on a four-tiered birthday cake adorned District Judge A. Andrew Haut glimmer of hope has begun to shine through the bleak, gray purposes until such time as a

with the names of her surviving children (UPI! PHOTO) threatened to "send someoneup walls of Raiford Prison's Death Row where two young Negroes strict 'court-supervised audit

Former Gov. Haydon Burns for perjury" in a case Involving are awaiting the charges of electricity that will agonizing end and accounting of the current

had placed a number of his two Watts residents who their lives for two murders they stoutly claim they did not status of bond Issue
money
white and Negro political supporters CIVIL RIGHTS have sought to avoid Viet Nam commit. has been effected," Holmes,
In toe state division duty.
of the Office of Economic Karl Von Key, 21, and Norman On Aug. 28, 1963, Freddie findings, the riorlda NAACP aid'

Opportunity (OEO) but In the ROUNDUPREPEAL Earl Richmond, 21, were L. Pitts, and Wilfred Lee, both has asked Gov. Claude Kirk to school Holmes was critical of the
board's motion
closing days of his short-term indicted for failing to report 19, then, were sentenced to open an investigation ,of Gulf for anew
hearing on federal Judge
for induction death after making a plea for
that
administration, got through a on grounds
INTERMARRIAGE LAW? Bryan Simpson's desegregation

division resolution out to remove of the hands the OEO of ANNAPOLIS, Md. -NPI- Leaders of the General Assemblyhave subjects"colored"people are colonial mercy.The accused killers have now order. Re said the bold,

the and placelt under predicted that a state law banning interracial marriage, Defense attorney George T. admitted that ,they confessedto "through its attorney 1s determined -
governor will be repealed in this session House Speaker Marvin Mandel the crimes after they were to resist the mandates
Altman demanded that the
the full cabinet.
/' D-Baltlmore) Senate ,Pr..ldeDl..UUam.J..l Q> .. of best courts. U at all
and
k The move was regarded as t federal government be required ..at.II..and in the ;'meantime, I
, Harford said their based on the tact that the' possible." '
Burns' to the ,) predictions were ] to Information through thefforts of Miami 1
attempt prevent supply
reappointed General Assembly has been stripped of its farmer, Herald'"feature writer ,Gene' Holmes said the NAACP,win
then incoming IUVtl'DOr' from supporting the Idea that the ,
rural seek court action to hold the
controlling majority. Miller and He detector expert
getting rid of any of the Buma'awoIDtees. Viet Nam.war is Immoral and
board in contempt tf It does
barren Holmes evidence has
that Negro soldiers victimsof ,
are
KILL INTEGRATED SQUAD CARS en unearthed to show that : not comply with "what it Is'
Kirk opinion draft
Gov. sought an discriminatory
the matter in a letter to WASHINGTONNPI)- Efforts to integrate police cars In the cedures. pro- Jw: pair Is Innocent of the legally bound to do." Holmes
on
11th District failed after white cops objecting to the plan ran said, U necessary, an appeal
Gen. Faircloth who The said be had crimes. ..
Atty. to Capitol Hill for comfort- got it. The district's first lawyer In prte.ctciramatlc, \ will be made to the Department
Miller a
the that documents that Von
legal opinion showing
expressed Negro commander, Capt. Owen W. Davis, sought to pair Negro articles of Health Education and Welfare -
Cabinet had and Richmond Improperly human interest .
Key
the authorityto .
no were .
.
and white policemen in scout cars. But the plan fell through articles { \ DYSON to withhold federal aid
interest
transfer the put In the hands of human has
responsibilitywhich after Sen. Robert C. Byrd (D-W. Va.), chairman, Senate has r...pleads for school to education funds until tbt.oo..rd
had been delegated to an all-white draft board after stated that another man
Appropriations Subcommittee on the District sided with : "decides to with
the registering. .confessed to the murders and WEST PALM BEACH Clifton comply
governor the white policemen. 0. Dyed, who ended a two- what is now truly the law of
with the aid of criminologist
Other Burns' appointees who, However, the Judge found that "
it is speculated: ,will go Include Altman did not have the documents Warren Holmes has subjectedthe FREDDIE L. PITTS year term on the Florida Board the land..
Walter OEO State TROUBLE IN GRENADA he said be did and confession to scrutinizing ...sentenced to death of Regents on] Jan. 1, Is Mrs 0. E. Mathis, a retired'.
Keyes, as
ATLANTA - Director who earns $15,000 a Miss., have been foreseen by Dr. Ralph D. Abernathy of the a result, charged that the corroboratlon. confessed adequate educationalapportwol- the NAACP sxecutlveboardwho.
Macon $10,000and attorney "in The man who has
year, Williams Southern Christian. Leadership Conference In the wake of afire was possible. ties for Negro student In the accompanied Holmes at the,
A. Hamilton of this to the double murder of two
n. $6,300. contempt court.
at the Bell Flower Baptist Church which did serious is state controlled institutions of press conference cited Inconsistencies -
service station operators
The three is are white. Jackson'ssalary damage to the structure. Dr. Abernathy said trouble would Klan Membership Curtis Adams who Is being held! higher learning. of the board,pointing,

$12,000 a year. erupt in Grenada unless civil rights workers and the Negro In Broward County Jail awaiting In an open letter,' released out that the board had dissipated

Two other Ntgroes, appointed communlt,'are given adequate protection by federal, state, Almost DoublesIn sentence for the 1963 murder on Feb. 'I, be indicates his an estimated $45,000 during.
by ,Burns came oft the OEO and local authorities. SCLC officials, whose offices were attendant concern about the proposed the period 1961-1965 for at-
station
of another gasoline
payroll before Gov. Kirk got located in the church, suspected that the "enemies of the 5 MonthsNEW EarlMcFarland.As closing of the law school at, torneys' fees to "resist"
Floyd 4
his: whipping stick from the Grenada County Freedom Movement" may have set the fires. a, result of the latest 6< Florida MM University, which, desegregation of Duval's
attorney general. ..r
." he opposed while serving asa schools.
YORKNPI Ku Mm .
)
Mlamlan Charles Lockhart, a FIGHTING CIVIL RIGHTS COSTLY W / member of the powerful. Holmes said the amount would:
has shot
public relations man for the LEXINGTON, Va. -
powerful Bonded Rental Agency to fight civil rights by court action in Virginia, said the Rev. South since September, it was .. The text of Mr.Dysotfsletterj maids for a year at the rat
was forced out of his $500-a- Robert Lee Combs, executive director, Virginia Council on of $35.00 per week and would

month., part-time Job with.the Human Relations. A similar amount has been spent to financethe chairman reported by Anti-Defamation Dore Senary, Super Market Editor and Alumni of Florida have provided transportation'

OEO following disclosure: that Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government, according B'naI, BTith who said AIM University for 64,340 students tor a week..
League ,
he was attempting to hinder to Combs, who linked the commission with the rr Tallahassee, Florida "Now," he said, "we find the
the rise reflected a growing
slum improvement efforts in
White CUlieris Council. "climate of fear" in Southern Chain Slated board entering additional
Negro areas.
Dear Sir: litigation at the same time
E. F. Norweed who was on BUS BOYCOTT LOOMS rural areas. BALTIMORE, Md. -Tbe WILFRED LEE I am quite concerned about seriously considering raising
described Klan :
leave from Florida AAM University WASHINGTONNPI)- A "full-scale" bus boycott has been Schary, "barometer if formation of a firm that will ..oPleadedru11tJ, the proposal for the closing their Individual salarels, but
strength as a
and working as i threatened by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee uneasiness" about racial tensions operate a national chain of Florida AiM University Law yet firing personnel for lack

"program consultant" with u the Metropolitan Area Transit Commission went ahead with hard core"of to Negro-owned supermarkets School Surely this decision was of funds and creating ah unnecessary -

L1eY1clent11 saw theWWII1I'ytIDC its plans to hike bus fares. SNCC asked the transit commission Americans, "growing who refuse to was announced Tuesday. reached because! of economical problem related to.

on the wall On to reconsider and said it would fight the proposed fare hike into the Herman T. Smith of Norfolk, reasons, and the duplicationof truiwjortation at the new

Jan. 1, he returned. to his post in court If its plea is disregarded. U court action fails, the accept mainstream Negroes of American life. Va., president of the new firm the recent instituted laW: Gregory elementary: SchooJ.

atFAMU. I boycott will go Into effect, SNCC officials said. -Jet Food Corp.-told a news school at Florida State
The state OEO office conference the first University '(also 1'U. Miss. BoycottOpens'

operating coder' a $350,000 supermarket would open Tallahassee).
After The Brawl Was Over
federal
of and
appropriation
In Baltimore about May 1. This law school was set Into
state funds, has 15 employes He to be known Jobs
said the store, operation because of various i

headed by Director W.E.Keyesat as Super Jet Food Market, and reasons,' but to me the most
: ;
$15,500 a year -: : H others being built or in the Important one was to provide
It has been under fire in __kiri. For NegroesPORT
planning stage in 20 U. S.cities legal training for those students
recent months the National
by .would be operated by Negroes who could not qualify
Association for the under a franchise from Jet enter other .
scholastically to the GIBSON )- A 10-
Advancement of Colored Foods. CURTIS ADAMS JR. law schools of our state. (That month boycott against

people. State NAACP leaders Andrew T. Hatcher, .an associate ...confesses to murder condition still exists). white-owned businesses ended.
labeled the state operation a __ press secretary to the The graduates from this school u the firms agreed to hire

"dumping ground for outcast __ late President John Kennedy, County murders. are serving their community. Negro clerks

and a sanctuary for political is vice president of Jet Foods. Marvin Davles, state field in city, state, and national Charles Even, state NAACP
in late Novemberand '
patronage" Hatcher said the supermarketswill areas. These graduates give !Held' director said rights
secretary of the NAACP, said ,
Investi
sought a federal offer the usual lines of
the trial of Pills and Lee was legal advice to hundreds of leaders would "go into a selective
Nothing liquor and toilet articles that a miscarriage Justice brought citizens who otherwise would buying campaign
has come of the other supermarkets do and be
NAACP about because Nf-oes were cost the State thousands' of conditioned on whites holding
charges.Among competitive with them.' dollars. their end of the bargain.1*
the NAACP's excluded from Juries. of up
Smith said the supermarkets Gulf County at the time. Florida AIM law school has Evers reported that local:
complaints was the shifting of will operate' the center-city a place in our iocltt: ). We and business
In a telegram to Kirk Davies
former purchasing chief Ralph have Negro
area of Baltimore and other
asked the to should continue It and work agreed to appoint
Slier to a $13,500 a year job major cities and mer- governor pursuean .
investigation as rigorously for quality and excellence In policeman In this town of 2,900
u deputy director. chandisings will be to
Burns! initiated me switch after the geared as be Is. the. war .on other its program persons, and a Negro deputy
Negro market.
crimes.. Contact your nearest Senator sheriff for the county. Major
Siller demoted from his
was or Representative to re-study' stores have agreed to hire
purchasing post following 1 Addresses MU StudentsSTATE the continued need for the Negro clerks

__._
a CablDetlDvest1ptlooofl1qpJparchulDr )
_
Florida AIM Law
.m School "The hospitals and the schools
practices and ; COLLEGE; MISS. recently before u Integrated
Aaron Henry, Mississippi state audience of more than 700 are to, be desegregated and
possible conflicts of Interest. HOUSTON Winner and heavyweight champion of the whole world, lasslus Clay (rlgny uusparked For Better Education public t ,
president of the NAACP .
....... after defeating Ernie Terrell (left) in a IS-round decision tor the title Feb. 6. became the,first Negro in the, persons.Mr.. Henry told the group>> that, Signed' to us comma opt

A FLORIDA STAR Terrell was lumped up and cut and outclassed by Clay Latest reports had It that Terrell 19-year history of Mississippi! he feels "the destiny of both Clifton G. Dyes of a boycott off by the

,ramRf NEGRO HOME entered a Houston hospital for treatment to his eyes for what might possibly be permanent State VnIY.rl1tJhere toaddrtss communities, Negro and white Clalbone Coaaty (MlssJ

Injuries. (TELEPHOTO) a student body when he appeared Is wrapped together._ C D-Jw NAACP branch.




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2 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY fEBRUAY 11 19&1
:'

THE FLORIDA STAR I q :

NEWS Ii( ; .... : -u.o/.BeEgm l: 'ii.

'It 1'!
If A f
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company : :

By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR

MEMBER

HUMPHREY SETS AN EXAMPLE

NEGRO PR' TIONAfj
:" y t Like many of their fellow Americans, a Washington, D.C.
\ 4 ,couple recently moved from their suburban home to a city
'1 apartment. This has become quite common, as children grow

ERIC O. SIMPSON ......autiii\H(tCditofRr i G \ \ r / up and many families decide they have had enough of over-
1 and of
and fighting with
crowded commuter trains highways
HILDA IOOTEN..Cirt Y iIWn9ifi 1/ .: ''fir -.5 .1) lawns that need tending. The city, with its shops and theatres
and its proximity to work, beckons..
This Washington couple moved into a new '

2323 Moncrief Road Phone Elgin 4-6782 ): HERE ARE v y u.-. frp apartment house which is interracial Whites
' t soME ? and Negroes live side by side in a comm mlfy 1I I
\ TAKING THIS FREEDOM i which was once the city's worse slum. The /
MailiRE Address BUSINESS LITERALLY S apartment house Is next toalow-incomellous1nl

project and the neighborhood is still largely ,
i P.O. Box 599 Jacksouille, Florida 32201 composed low-Income Negro families. _

{;;v o All this Is not too unusual. Sophisticated people today draw,
MIAMI OFFICE '. their friends from all ethnic groups and pick their apartmentson
: : the basis of comfort and taste and not on the basis of the
i race of the man next door.
5018 NW 7th Avt. Phone 151.3819 + What in unusual about this event however Is that the couple
.
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; in question is Vice President and Mrs Hubert H. Humphrey.
$4.00 The fact that such a distinguished family moved Into such a
$6.00 Half Year.
One Year, United states M1kH neighborhood is news, and newspapers all ever the country
I Mailed to You Anywhere In the showed photos of the party thrown by the neighborhood to
I Subscription payable in advance welcome the new arrivals. The Vice President said Pm so
Send Check or Money Order to: pleased we are part of this exciting neighborhood" And the
599 neighborhood was pleased to have such distinguished residents..
FLORIDA STAR P, 0. BOX
There are hundreds of communities all over the country
Jacksonville .Florida composed people like Mr.and Mrs.Humphrey sophisticated,
intelligent people who are beginning to seek out the best in city
living and who welcome the diversity and experiences of living
Syphilis Rate Doesn't Make Us ProudAt .. In an interracial neighborhood. It is these people who set the

1 40'Yveua standards for society and who reflect the wave of the future,
not the far hoodlums who threw rocks at j
one time, the facts were encouragingthat more publicized
syphilis was being licked by the CANNOT BE DERAILED! priests In Chicago last summer and who waved Wan banners
to "keep their neighborhood white," even when "white" meant
medical researchers and It was believed
j --- -- -- --- ----- -- -- -- !lawless and mediocre.
-
-- -- -rr m
that this dreaded disease disappearing
was 1 Few Issues today are more Important than expanding housing
from the American scene, that is, atleast .' I opportunities for Negroes and other minorities. The Urban,
1
had hoped so. YOUR Weekly! 1 League has a program Operation Equality, which assists Negrd
Florida leads the nation in syphiliticcases I citizens to find homes and apartments outside the ghetto. White
amounting to 41 for each 100,000 .m, citizens can exert leadership in showing their acceptanceof

people, United states Health officials. .. of Integrated housing
1 That Is why the Humphrey family's new apartment is so
and Florida Health Agecny confirm. It
1 significant. It symbolizes the live true to their
way people can
is estimated that tenthof
Guide
authoratively a
Horoscope beliefs I know
I many liberals who are genuinely concerned
all cases of syphilis are found in **
bout relations
I improving race (and some of them are critical
Florida. I of Humphrey because of his stand on Viet Nam) but who continue:
** *
The findings indicate that the diseaseonce I !to live la a Illy-white neighborhood and shield their children,

was prevalent among population In ** By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 torn contact with people in other Income groups or.other'
their twenties but at the ,moment the I races. They may believe the things they say,but when someone
bulk of the cases are in the 11 to 24 age 1 1 like the Vice President lives in a manner which reflects his
bracket. Imagine what is happening in 1 beliefs we must admire his sincerity and respect him for
I
the age bracket of 11 years. 1 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I his actions.
The Humphrey's move also symbolizes the meaning of
The condition cannot entirely a racial 1
I !leadership. Implicit In "leadership" Is the idea that leaders
matter but weight must be placed
some 1 BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I set the standards for others; that the way they live and the
the transient Florida workers
upon migrant 1 I hlngs they do will be emulated by others. Examined In this
and tourists. Many people placed tha 1 I Jght, the Humphrey's did more than simply move into a new
blame on the new "sexual morality" which I r apartment, their action said to the country: Interracial living
is converging upon us. ,. .rrr.rr.rrr' -- .--- -- -. -- -- --- 8 \ts the American way, it is the manner of life we have chosen
Whatever the cause, the trend must be ARIES CANCER 'because we know that it has many rewards and it Is the way
reversed. Intelligent people of all races and incomes would choose to
BORN MARCH BORN JUNE LIBRA CAPRICORN live if they were aware of its benefits. It was a conscious,

Three Public Figures Give Us ,J&esspnf \ 22sd."JULY 22nd' JORJJEPJ, deliberate action on their part to help set the right standards
.; 2'b.1PIe1t\, \ Rellevebut not always. It is 4 "-4 &1 I JN RWA'. ',) j society .' J'" "w ,_ '
-tM'1 <" Sense danger?'Aleflts( to wonderful live by the philosophy 23r<-OCT. 23rd This Is..leadership; not simply flowing ,with the. crowd and I
22nd-
The latest news to come to our. ears Is make you break 'down and tr JAN. 19thIt doing what Is expected but setting the standards for others t to
that is and
good as
that Bobby Baker has been guilty on five offer love or cash may be Intensified honest u everyone the day Is long.,The Don't weaken. It wouldn't takes money.While there are follow. True leadership extends far beyond UUc '.Educators,
counts against him. His conviction may this quarter to a high only trouble with it Is thatit take much to get In a mood many people who share the sentiment businessmen auntties.and other
be only a matter of Justice toward an degree. The beat Is on, and tilt does not always Jibe with he that causes you to abandon resolves that money is not every
individual.If warmer It gets and the more facts. As soon as becomethe and slip back into the thing, there are others who do Is "right," what Is "acceptable." Whether It Is Vice President
you state from which you were tryIng not. While there is Humphrey into
quickly remove yourself no us going moving an Integrated neighborhood or the teacher
you of attention that
the evidence against Mr. Baker was object Is a
from its vicinity the better to' emerge. The new lunar to extremes either who moves to Integrate a PTA, or the businessmen who makes
your
correct, he was acting as a kind bagman chances of coming, out unscathed shade too warm, or flatterythat phase that begins on the 9th we cannot Ignore the factthose I special effort to Integrate his factory, the mark of true
between people who wanted to assist mem- The new lunar phase verifies Is weeter than honey, you brings t o the fore emotional, who have nothing to their leadership Is to live by one's ideals and to stimulate othersto
bers of the Congress, because they wanted that attention la being focused should start looking for rea- cultural and creative interests names are terribly handicapped follow.

members of Congress to assist them. on yourecccomy,Joint holdings, sons. Many as can motives then that be are recognized As long as one concentrates, It la perhaps the most I would hope that all people give serious consideration to the

It is our understanding that the crimeof tax matters, insurance cover termed ulterior and consequently wholly on these particular cat important asset In obtaining an Importance of even the smallest action they tike We all are
which Baker was convicted was not of age and dtY1dend-pay1nlinvest. worthy of, being egories, the sense of accomplishment adequate education, developing leaders In the sense that our friends and associates respectus
Interfering illegally with legislationbut ments. r- 60.55.17.674 thoroughly Investigated may be ample reward budding talents, courting and and value our judgment. So when we move into an Integrated
of letting ,too much of the cash flow "S.70-22-U-459 for. most of you. marrying the one andonly and, neighborhood, or hire a Negro worker for our business, or send
stick to his fingers. TAURUS '5-10-44-11-770, finally, raising the family In the our kids to an Integrated school, we are indirectly Influencing
traditional manner. other people u well as doing what we know is right.
Baker's case, and that of Adam Clayton BORN APRIL LEO, SCORPIO 7 V'- 88 16 329
Powell and Senator Dodd indicate that BORN JULY BORN 'OCT.
20th- NAY 20th AQUARIUSBORN
there should be a better way for politi-
cians to get campaigns financed than by ICs 'um'eal. One can really 23rd -.AUC. 22ad l4th-NOY. 22nd IAN.2011FEB. THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY ,,

the acceptance of cash from interests never tell what is, going on Why hesitate?Sometimes, the Ifs hazy Even!: with the best
which have legislative axes to grind. in another person's mind no best thing for us is the hardest of intentions, it Is hard to 18th By CLANZELL BROWN
Fact of the matter, the time has come matter bow closely related they one te do. "any of you are quite cope with the mysterious force Again ana again Whatever was
when it takes.too much money to campaignfor may be to each other. This Is comfortable in the ruts of your that sometimes makes us believe disturbing during the precedingquarter
office. No one good reason one cannot ewn making and prefer not tc anything but the truth. is likely to give a repeat What does equal opportunity mean to the Negro ,
a political longer can
afford to take anyone or anything budge unless you are forced to Most may have had to alter your performance before this It means for the first time persons of color will have doors, .
we say in America that a poor man can be for granted. Your closest do so by forceful and unexpected views and tactics often in the one runs out. But this should opened to them In education, training living accommodations,
President. associate can be your best circumstances. Right now, the past due to the long tenancyof not prevent you from undertaking health services, and the privileges of citizenship.
friend and yet turn out to be the pressure of necessity or the Neptune In your solar rising self-Improvement projectsto Why did the government change its attitude about opportunities ..

Minister Is 'Man Of The Year' greatest handicap to be surmounted ,demands of a marriage or business house That is the reason, too, better your appearance,or to In this country? It was necessary for the growth and,survival
In order to reach the
partner, may cause you why results that are allowedto mate your personality even of the country. On one hand more educated, better trained and
pinnacle of success. The fact to stir and start going off in come, without taking a personal more dynamic than U presentlyIs. more affluent, while the other group is becoming increasingly
We have received the information thata that you are being driven by a another direction than the one hand in pressing them, The spotlight II l on you and, mired in Ignorance, helplessness and defeat. Truthfully, by
Negro has been chosen Fredericksburg great ambition is pretty obvious. accustomed. It would make mat- generally aremorefavorableIt for Aquarians, this usually the time the nation took note of the problem, the scars of
Virginia's of YOU also appear to be ters much simpler to tc should be made matter of
'Young man the year" forth try a means never permitting oneself deprivation had burned so deeply that disadvantaged people
first time in history. willing enough to bend every foresee coming events.Take the individual policy to avoid any to be caught: off guard at any were no longer equal in fact.
Thus Reverend Lawrence A. Davies, 36, a effort of which you are capable appropriate measures to soften compromising entanglements time. Avoid being too wishful The first realistic look at discrimination has caused the
Baptist pastor who was elected last yearas In order to gain your objectiveBut their impact when they come and to meet life on its own terms' regarding futire monetary federal government to pass laws,hold seminars,write volumes,
all this can be brought to their Impact when they come. and to meet life on Its own Issue
the city's first Negro counc.Umanu now trends for the warnings executive orders, declare marshal law and through
naught through the lack of partnership Some sort of terms. Should
has been cited for his outstanding community unsatisfactory you attempt to that enconomlsts have been air innovative measures, attempt to change the attitudes of
and contributions. cooperation or the endingmay be expected by those reverse the process, you can ing of late could be based on Americans in the realm of race relations It is only the mere
spirit It came machinations of scheming and, who have failed to look expect
disappointment or frustration -,
the reaftlesTecomplicatlcos if
ahem beginning, we are to change the system to include Negroes
about result of dedicated servicesfor
as a perhaps, unseen rivals and to guard their on the 13th
that caught you off base right a! and other disadvantaged persons in lieu of excluding them.
a long list of civic and religious 9 -:'lOWM875GtMINI terests. This will be very 1407718903SAGITTARIUS'" the start of the month are thereto Beginning in 1941, new approaches were taken to solve the

activities. costly to many. try and remedy if It's possi problem of discrimination in employment, (1) requirementsof
Reverend Davies was presented the dis- a-DU-44:185336 ble. law in Federal contracts, ((2)) affirmative action (absenceof I

tinguished service award recently by the BORN MAP VIRGO BORN Nor 4-80 -,!9 18 550 a crusade to change employment practlces(3)( opening new
Junior Chamber of Commerce in the 1966 channels of communications ((4)) implementing policies and
roundup. Zist- JUNE 21st. BORN AUG.23r..SEPT. 23rd( -OEC. 21st PISCES reviewing changes (5) accelerated efforts to recruit minority

If the newspapers hadn't told us so, 'If s this ur ouu. u wioora is 22nd Re" most discerning: Mental BORN FEB. workers, (6) new training methods and upgrading programs*
possible few Negroes in FJorida would, have: by accident that the persons powers are apt to be challenged and many more bold imaginative steps have been taken but r'
known about this hpnor. The Baptist with one tracked purposes) arrive Pierce the fog.Prejudice,Illusions on every side by problems that 9ti-MAR.! 20th, it has not solved the dilemma. >
minister did talk about black power at in time at the chosen and the? undesirable influence come with changes, \legal controversies Irs still unsure. Whether it Is The 1964 Civil Rights Act Is a tool that was designed to belp'f'the ;
estinatton. Those who like to that someone else can or unreliable because of personal extravagance Negro and other disadvantaged people) to Increase
all, for he let his deeds count the most all the byways have are the main stumbling sources of Information As IOIIII8qII8DCe or due to outside press- employment probability. The Equal Employment Opportunity *

good. have a lot of fun at the start blocks that have tobe overcome It could be a 1 ores that cannot be prevented, Commission has the responsibility for administering Title VQ.
The Junior Chamber of Commerce is 'a but they also take the risk ol by all persons alike before rather frustrating experienceto come difficulties may be of an The office of federal contract compliance Is responsible for
symbol itself of worthy community action. losing their way Just at a mo- any real headway can be chalked make any plans for the days economic nature. Thenew lunar. companies doing business with the government, and there are
This made Reverend Davies' award all the ment when it Imperative to j>. Demand as much of self ahead. It may be wiser, for the phase starting In could otter a plans for progress companies that hlM and promote on an
more significant. seek t safe haven. This seems is of others Tils Is a very time being, to proceed on day- chance to go into Isolation'for ethical basis.
to be the principal lesson that effective way of coping with your today basis until you can the express purpose of looking Equal opportunity is a goal that must be pursued' in order to
so many Gemlnlans have to own particular problems and build a much more solldfounda- after well-being, or correctingsome close the gap between dependency and affluence,whether It's
lean. This month Is u good Inhibitions. And while you may lion upon which to erect your basic flaws that have been Jobs, housing, belath services or citizenship. Are we making
u any to make a fine start not be happy at the kind of occupation hopes for the Interesting days making lift difficult The belief progress.in Jacksonville? .
toward establishing the basis that is far from the that are, still to come. The that the trouble may be deep- "r'fLEASf
3R Uncle Sam nit 'couple of for a much more stable way top of the list of those that are Sagittarians who are planning seated Is suggested by the

pUn to make your money as; of existence, or to learn the considered interesting It may a trip for family or strictly planetary pattern that has been
aiy to eave M it i*'to spend:: true meaning of personal responsibility. not be timely toconslder making private ,reasons would show hyping up. Your chances, of i j
Thereat the Payroll ,Saving Edaeatlonal the change Just yet. That :Is prudence to postpone It until overcoming handicaps should
Plan here work. And the courses, tailored to individual especially true in the ease ofvirgoaas after the roth it could forestall become easier with the passage
'Bond a-Month you Plan where needs, should be Investigated who require a steady the frustration or other of the days. And those who have \\\ :
you and made part of the overall Income to meet weekly and complications that are brought absorbed the lessons learned \ :
bank.' program for progress and eel!- monthly obligations flood eating about by mysterious developments through the simple process of \eCts MARCH!; OF DIMESPAGE ; <

betterment. Show determination. tsshouldbestrlctiyfol- on the 13th. News often Is tiring have far the more prmlsin cthde .
lowed. mJ..lea.d1nt.. *. indications of settling down. b\ -

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Winter Classes, J :
SOCIALLY SPEAKING
At YMCA Open


With Louise Guinyard For RegistrationClasses 'e 4 1 1O"
Interest is mounting in the Third Annual
dinner meeting of the Jacksonville Urban .In Sewing Karate aDdCb11dr8ll' t.ogzte 5 'T .M. :
League, slated for February 20 in Civic open for registration.The Dancing.are still
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Auditorium.I Sewing Class meets erery frljaJ' i
William J. Page, Jr. of Atlanta, Georgia* Monday and Wednesday eveningat I
will deliver the address. He Is Regional 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Fannie Bel- J, :
Director of the Atlanta office, U. S. the limy sewing Is class class Instructor.special emphasis In ,

Department Health Education, and Is on Dressmaking and
Welfare. Alterations. Mothers with teen- Fiha1C1eara I
Clanzell Brown, acting executive direc- age daughters art encouraged
H Satterwhite chairmanof to come u a team.
tor and Hunter .
The Karate Class meets
the Board of Directors, are both enthusiastic on
and
Monday Wednesday evenIngs -
about the forthcoming' event. at 7:30 tf.m. John Andrews J
'Is class Instructor and beholds OUR ENTIRE FALL A t STOCKS
r r r r r r r r the "black belt." This class
Members of Les Elite Bridge Club met at teaches the Art of Self Defense. 1

the Mayflower Hotel last Friday eveningas Is The instructed Children's by Mrs.Dance Brenda Class 1' {. ) II i :
guests of Bernice C. Henderson. Poole. The dance class meets
business and bridge sessions were held in every Saturday morning at 11 I I
the Plymouth Room. o'clock.
For further information
Doris Jones was recipient of the guest call the YWCA's Adult Department please" 1 1I
prize, while club prizes were awarded to and ask for Mrs.Waldon.
Elizabeth J. Jones, Alvenla Scriven and
Irma Murray. Carter Woodson

Annie B. Jones, Josephine Cleveland,
Martha Williams, Vermal McCone, Vivian Faculty MembersIn I i
Jefferson and Leona Bennett were among I tl
Talent Show
members present. I
5n II
r Carter G. Woodsoa will ,' I f Yli f .
rrrrrrr present its first annual faculty I
Two guests were present when Mrs. L. R. talent show on Monday, March
Burns, Sr. entertained Zenith Bridge Club. 6, at 7:30 p.m.
Lois Avery qualified for guest prize. at I41a.BeDDY.Bethune-CookmanCollege Langley,a senior

High scorers in the club category were will be one of the guest artists
Esther Simmons, Elizabeth Jones, and Ruth featured. I
Parrott. Esther Denson won the door "Boogaloo USA" promises to'
prize. keep you well entertained with
its chorus line and
supreme
Other participants included Hazel Impressionist.Mrs. .
Ltllienthal Claudia Burris, Elizabeth Delores Terry and Mrs.
Harris, Mary L. Breaker, Corine Kennedy, Emma King are chairmen for
and Evelyn Jasmin.rrrrrrrr. this affair Mr.Claude Milliard,
principal.

Boy Scout WeekObservance of
Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa m ea
Alpha Sorority celebrated Founders' Day SetW. t : r t ,t.lr.,.
last Wednesday evening the Ribault Road t' .!
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvla White. u. Sweet, chairman of
The ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Cherokee District Boy Scouts 6A .
announced that plans have been \ '
Nathaniel Davis.LocahAKA's .
W'"
completed for the observance
are going forward with plans of the 58th anniversary of the ./'! .
for Its Southeast Regional Conference to Boy Scouts with units holding A+k 'y ,.'qlo/. ./
be held in Jacksonville: March 2U-28. special church services, open e a ,r
Headquarters for the conference will be house events, parents'oightand q riI

the Mayflower Hotel. The Regional Dance, anniversary Boy Scout teas.Week observancehas A k .
however, will be held Friday evening, been designated from Feb. ; '
March 2U, at Civic Auditorium. 7 through Feb. 12 and the theme \
for this year is "Scouting .
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It's "Jabberwock" time for the Jackson Wedding: '.If. Ie
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vii I lumna'e"Chapter-of:( Delta SigmaTheta r ..
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Sorority. The event has been set Bells Pettes.'Y
for April 2U in the auditorium of New and a
Stanton Senior High School. Nathaniel Thomas 337 Orange
St., 20 and Geraldine Jones,
The theme for this year's Jabberwock is 329 W.State St., 17. COATS
"The Best Of Broadway." .

rrrrrrrr St.Marcia, 22 and Oran Jeanet King Effle 286Belfort Ivey, Exquisite fur trimmed co mined''foshr6n cob anted styl ;,:j. :
1508 W.and St., 18. col"r t ,,0"I
The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of and in winter's newest +

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity will celebrate Nathaniel Cobb, 1524 McCoy
Founders' Day Sunday, February 12, in the Blvd., 26 and Bessie L.Lawton, ,'.
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auditorium of Eugene J. Butler Junior- 1121 Julia St., 19. SUIT S ,:
Senior High School. ..

Future plans of the group include a Ct.William G, 19 Larry and Marlene Cummings Manning, 605 Designer suits with gfr< !pcme label r' bapy avingsk n or the cr ,r.._.

at. Valentine party tor their wives, and 724 Ct. B, 17.Abraham the collection Matng'r yarj, f gII cQlorst' ..,
later the annual Black and White Ball. oJ<
rrrrrrrr Lockett, 911 E. ':',

Rosemary Baldwin To Be CrownedMiss Johnson Church,St.820, E.29 Beaver and St.Martha, 30. I .',' .'
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Other participants were:Miss ;r j ,; .--
Rosemary Baldwin a Sheila Pierce Camaros Club Johnny Claude Ellion, 2013 W. it Outhvi ow5 fit''r 'I
10th trade student at MatthewW. Fashions eadverti es. Designs to < ;
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I thew W. Gilbert Miss Judy 1.j 1/ '
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Rev. I. Hinson Calendar EventsThe Eugene Butler's Band Parents Club .

1 1I ;A.Y.'i' .

I Young Womed of Altaif ..i'y(
To PreachAt w r 1
lit. Zion AME Church will "

present the tllUao' Rabies

Mt. Zion AME. Choral Group in recital Feb. 4
IB at 7 p.m., at the church., a
The Founder's Day celebration The crOUP Is under direction +' YY

:at the AME Church will be of Mrs. Olivia Smith. An invitation -
observed Sunday, Feb 12 in has been extended to
the Mt. Zion AME Church at the public to attend.

which time a unique program
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will be staged. The founding .
of the AME Church will be
I given by Mrs. Marian Hart. Charles Kemp and Robert
;The combined choirs wilt Blalock will be featured in a
render the famous "Let Mt. song contest Feb. 19 at S
Zion Rejoice." in the auditorlumalPentecosfa1Church

During the morning service, of Faith, 1622 Roeanne } Y t AY

Messrs. Sumner G. Wiles, A. St.Other
J. Glass, C. B. Morse and leading talent In the
Rev Charles Waterford will city will participate. An Invitation -
participate Mrs. Estelle M. has been extended t the

Hamilton, will conduct a 10- I public to attend.
minutes song service prior to
I the 11 o'clock service. Mrs. .

Hamilton will be assisted by
1 LI the Youth Choir of the church, Professor Cauley O. LoU, V 'fu
led by Gerald Miller All members Southern Provincial polemarch.
.of the church are urgedto of Kappa Alpha PsI, will be
come early and participatein the speaker for the 56th a
9
the song service.Following Founders Day celebration
the morning Sunday at 4 p.m., in the EugeneJ.
service, a Fellowship Dinner Butler High School Auditor-
will be served at which time ium on Acorn Street Music
the Men's Day Celebration will will be rendered by the Butler

}s iI YR'' have its "kick-off. Mr. D. J. Chorus
Pauline announced a very excellent An lnvitationhasbeeoesteoded

menu. Professor to the public to attend. -...----- --
I Maurice Barnett, chairman of Toe officers and committees of the Band Parents Club of uslstant secretary, Bishop Sadie Gibson, president; llrs.
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Men's Day is asking aU to Eugene J. Butler Junior-Senior High School are shown after Allen Gamble, corresponding secretary, Mrs. The 1ma
remain for the FREE dinner the officers were installed by the principal George Nairn. Geiger, counselor; and George Nairn, principal. Seated, from
HOL7ENDORF and Fellowship. The combined choirs of SL Standing, from left, Herman Green, band director and or- left, Mrs Llllle Sutton, Mrs. Alean Ryans, Ways acd Means;
A.
MR. and MRS JOSEPH At the evening service which John Baptist Church will ganlxer of the club; Mrs. Rosa Myers, Mrs. Irene Evans, Mrs Amanda Thompson, Mrs. Victoria Jones, chairman of

will start at 6:30: pma sponsor their midwinter Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, treasurer, Mrs. Katie A. Lewis, pictures, Mrs. Grace Bradwell,Mrs.Henry Cotton Mrs.Ronald
Goldsmith -Holzendorf ''Vows SaidIn "Favorite Song" song service musical Monday at 8 p.m., in recording secretary; Mrs. Mattle Wilson, chairman of new Alkens, Mrs. Henrietta Ponder, Mrs Eula SUr, chaplain,
will be the feature and Historical the church auditorium.The parent committee, Mrs. Margaret J.Stevens, financial secre- Mrs. Bernice Griffin, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs H. Wilcox,
briefs of Mt. Zion, giving participants Include:Miss tary and "Band Parent of the Year"; Mrs Louise Donaldson, and Mrs. Rosa Lee Coffee. (Photo by Royal Art Studio)
Tabernacle Baptist Church past ministers, presiding Janet Hanklns, Miss Janyce

elders, bishops that have servedof Hughes, Miss Mary King, Mrs.
Tabernacle Baptist Institutional Church was the setting for Mt. Zion and the important Sadie Alexander, Mrs.
the wedding of Miss Joyce A. Goldsmith and Joseph A. highlights of each administration. Josephine )Fields, Mrs. CHURCH NEWSBETHLEHEM I
Holzendorf Jr. on January 21 at 5 p.m. Rev J. C.'fiuns and Persons giving this Margaret Pridgen, Mrs. Willie
Rev: W. E. Young performed' the candlelight ceremony. important data will be Mrs. E. M. Hankins, Mrs. Bessie
BAPTIST terminate Feb. 19 to Rev. I. minister.
The bride is the laughter of G. Barnett, Mrs. Ella Tutsan, Matthews, Mrs Lucille Butler according Gundy, .
of de sole over will begin with
gown peau in Bethlehem Baptist Church Appearing throughout the will be
Services Sunday day : Philadelphia Gospel
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldsmithand Mrs. Laura Jenkins,Mrs.Janie Nathaniel Farley, Harold
the bridegroom is the son nylon. It featured a sweetheartnecklace B. Epperson and Mr. J. H. Dennis and Robert Ray the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with Deacon Eugene Sawyer, Chorus, Deacon Roger Randall, Mrs. A. Mathis, Mrs. Leola
of Mrs. Ethel M. HolleDdorf.G covered with lace and Lawson. Mrs. Llllle Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fedd in charge. McQueen, Mrs. Nettie Spates, Mrs Ruby Lewis, Mrs. Lola
I"n In marriage by white pearls, with long sleeves Members are asked to write Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. The Home Mission Monroe, Mrs. Willie M. Speight, Deacons U. Johnson, Eugene
her brother-in-law, Charles Jl tapering to a lace point. A, their favorite song on a pieceof Society will sell dinners in the dining room following the Flagg, Leroy Barnwell, Club of 50, Mrs. Mattie McCloud,
circular chapel train with lace morning service. The senior choir and Usher Board 2 will Mrs. Lucile R. Morrison, Mrs Juanita Wilson, Miss Cassle
Atkins, the brtde.had as her paper and put it in the tray Founders Day observance will
motifs covered the hemline.The accompany the pastor to Mt. Zion AME Church, southside Canty, Mrs. Martha Chieves, Speights Singers, Miss L.
that the
matron of honor her sister, Sunday morning so be held Sunday in St. Paul AME:
Mrs. Enora G. Atkins.: bride's veil of sheer silk organist, Mrs. Mabelle W. Church with the Young Womenof at 3 p.m. to conduct service. Morrison, Miss Sheryl Mungin,Gregory Padgett,Miss Lorraine
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Olivia illusion was attached to a pill Waterfort will be able to respond Allen in charge of the morning The BTU win begin at 5 p.m., and evening service at 6 Wallace, Miss Norma Fields, Mrs. Sadie Rhodes, Mrs Ella
G. Gay, sister of the bride,. box hat made of pear de sole for Sunday evening.The service. o'clock. Mrs. Gilberta Jackson will sponsor the GospelChorusin Johnson, Mrs. Ethel M. Anderson.
Mrs. Melbourne S. Cummings, and flowers. ShecarrtedawhiteBible pastor, Rev Charles E. Rev. Robert V. Webster, dean an after service recital in interest of the Men's Day effort, Also Mrs. Mary Irving Kirby, Mrs. Claudia DanIels, Mrs..
Wlnston-Salem, N. C., Mrs. topped with a bouquet of Toston is depicting a great of Theology at Edward Waters beginning at 7:30 o'clock.E. Barbara Baldwin, Mrs. Dorothy fleming Mrs Rosebud
Anna P. Wade, Valdosta, Ga., Carnations centered with white celebration. The HomecomingEffort College, will be the speaker, Thomas will be presented with an appreciation program Williams, Mrs. Mildred Kirsey, Deacon A. Howard, Mrs.
and Mrs. Clara Y. Wllkerson, orchids. The bride wore pearl will culminate on the ,and guest soloists will be:- Monday at 8 p.m., In the church auditorium. Louise Brown, Mrs. Pearlle M. Perry and the pastor.

city. Sandra Atkins served as necklace with matching pearlan 2nd Sunday. Ernest Gibson, Ehue Timmons,'
flower ctrl.Frederick. d diamond earrings, a gift The speaker will be Rev. I. Vernon King, Mrs. Esther CENTRAL BAPTIST REVELATION BAPTIST
Jordan served as from the bridegroom. D. Hinson, pastor of Bethel Fennell and Willie Ray. The Services Sunday in Central Baptist Church begin with the Services Sunday in Revelation Baptist Church will begin with
best man and the ushers were The newlyweds received their 1.101 E Church, Tallahassee, Gospel Chorus will render the Sunday School at 9:SO a.m., with IIrs.E.M. Johnson chart t the Church School at 9:45: a.m., with Superintendent EY81)1l'D.
guests in the of Rev. John A. Payne, associate minister at Second Baptist Miller in charge assisted Mrs.
James B. Anderson Jr., Roy dining area Fla. Rev.Hinson is a candidatefor music. by G. Powell. The lesson
,,Mitchell, Earl Dennis, Kelly the church. After the reception, Episcopal honor. Church, will deliver the sermons at 11 a.m.and 7 p.m. Senior topic "The Necessity for Personal Repentance" will bo
Brown of Delray Beach, Fla., the couple left on a honeymoon The public is invited to attend Meet Choir 2 and Senior Usher Board 2 will serve with Mrs. Grade ,reviewed ty\ the pastor, Rev. C. L. Telfair. '

Alexander Smith I Isreal' trip to Nassau, Bahamas.. celebratiOllr' Fellowship Wise Tucker at the console. Morning,service.begins at..11.15 o'clock.' Deacons' P,',H.
Mrs., :.e :.t'. ,;. ,,; I, .BTU Jjeglns, at 5:45p.n. with \President E.' H.Clipper Felton and
,
Stalllngs Jr., and Robert ttoliendort+ graduate::td* .zviK.r \ ; I : J.kQ. King wtll.be in Charge of devotion. Usher
Cummings of North Caroline Matthew W,Gilbert High School.-I *:* ",.,Tit P1t lmess Ministerial' presiding, Tuesday at 7 p.m.6cheirf meeting and Bible study Board 1;and the C. L. Telfair Chorus will serve throughout
Sidney E. Atkins and Steven Florida AIM University and ULTIMATE IN'When Alliance of Jacksonville and .will be held. Prayer meeting has been scheduled for 8 p.m. the day, with Mrs. Hattle Hightower at the instrument. The
received Master frond Friday at 8 Senior Choir 1 will meet for rehearsaland will
E. Atkins served u Junior a degree man defies God, adjacent cities will meet on p.m. congregation accompany the pastor to Good Shepherd
ushers and Dale E. Gay as north Carolina College, the third Sunday of each month business meeting. Baptist Church for Fellowship service at 3 p.m.
Durham N. C. She is he can only do to by re- Deacons Samuel L. Powell
ring bearer. presently at 130: p.m. The first fellowship and J. C. King will be in charge
employed as an instructor at God with himselfas CHURCH OF GOD of the evening service at
The bride chose a formal placing meeting will be held Sunday 6:30 p.m.The pastor will have charge
Edward Waters College. the red cause of orderin Feb 19 at the FirstBorn Youth Day will be observed Sunday In the Church of God in of the Candlelight services.
The bridegroom was Christ 4, beginning with the Sunday School at 10 a.m., with
NOTICE the cosmos Such la the Temple 2, Elder Flu Howard
graduated from Matthew David Faust in charge. WALTERS MEMORIALRev.
pastor. The choirs of each
W. Gilbert High School and way Christianity defines church participate.The Morning service at 12 o'clock. The Young Adult Choir end H. C. Archie, pastor at Walters Memorial AME Zion
A bill to be entitledAn !recently returned from combat pride, the ultimate (in. Alliance will be ushers will serve with Miss Doris Faust and Karen Faustat Church, has announced that services Sunday begin with the
duty in Viet Nam. He is cur- the Instruments. Sunday School at 9 30
entertained each month the a.m., with Superintendent A. B. Rogers
act directing the rently serving as a specialist Rev. James V. Scholl 57. various; churches, by Deaconess Boards 1 and 2 will meet at 6 p.m., with Mrs. presiding, assisted by Eddie Brown Jr.
board of county com- Jn the United States Army. Tbelma Nixon and Emma Levy in charge. YPWW begins at We lesson topic "The Necessity for Personal Repentance,"
missioners of Duval 6.30; p.m., with Elder Edward Spiller in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. Morning service begins at
County, Florida, to will be conducted by Deacon Walker West. Evening service 11 o'clock with the pastor presiding. At 5:00 Christian
p.m.
,
make appropriations NOW! begins at 7:30 o'clock. Elder W. F. Faust, pastor, will deliver Endeavor Hour will begin and the evening service at 6:30
and donations to the the sermons for the services. "lock. Choir 2 and Usher Board 1 will serve with Mr.
greater Jacksonville Annie Mae Davis at the instrument.
economic opportunity, 4 LOCATIONSTO .LEWIS MEMORIALThe
Inc., a corporation not building fund rally in Lewis Memorial AME Church; will
for profit. SERVE YOU

Be It Enacted by the 'Legislature A 'I' .- TEATIME I
of the State of Florida: 3118 Edgewood Ave. W. Bivens SpecialsTo -

Section 1. The board of 3701 EMERSON On District 1 of Mt.Ararat Baptist Baptist Church will sponsor a Barbara Baldwin will be 'the
Appear
county commissioners of 830 IASSAT/ AVE. Church win .sponsor a Pre- Valentine Tea Sunday from 4 speaker.
Duval County, Florida, shall Valentine Tea Feb. 12 from to 6 p.m., in the Myrtle Avenue
appropriate, expend and pay 1824 WEST BEAVER Two ProgramsThe 4 to 6 p.m., in the educational Library. Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis xxxxxxx
to greater Jacksonville econo- building; will be the speaker.
mic opportunity, Inc., a SM6KE FLA. BUDGET Biven Specials with their Stewardess Board 1 of Central
corporation not for profit, the "instruments of faith" ensemble xxxxxxx xxxxxxx CMS Church will sponsor Its
sum of one hundred thousand 37 I 27 will be presented at the annual Valentine Tea Sundayat
dollars ($100,000.00))' annually PICNIC FRYERS First Born Temple, 825 W. Lily White Lodge 149 will Lily White Lodge 218 will 3:30 p.m., at the church.
for use by the said Monroe St., Monday night, Feb. present its annual Winter Tea sponsor a Valentine TeaSunday Rev. H. L. Herod will be the
greater Jacksonville 13. Mrs Rosetta Cohen is Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., at at 4 p.m., in the Acorn speaker.

economic opportunity, Inc., in the sponsor. Other groups will Brooks Prayer House. A pro- Community Center .Mrs.
providing for: (1)) A programto LOOK WHAT 29C WILL BUYBEEF Own Sunday gram will be presented.
help low income people night, Feb. 19 the
break out of the poverty circle group will appear at the xxxxxxxA SPECIAL PURCHASE FROM

and become contributing Magnolia Baptist Church CHRYSLER CORP. .
members to society, rather on Avenue B. Rev. W. S.Peopleis Valentine Tea will be
than being supported by the pastor. sponsored Sunday in the home Low As 5000 Miles On These!
society through such The Biven Specials will be of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Full Price Down
programs, as day care NECK BONES presented In a return engagement Anderson, 1766 Audobon St., 66 Plymouth' Fury lit) .. .... .. $2395 $295 to
services for children whose Ibs at the Bibleway Holiness from 4 to 6 p.m., In Interest AI R.e c AUTOMATIC 111 PoweP ACTORV lRR.*2'rY.

mothers must work to supportthe : Church. of the building drive,at Lewis 66 D ,geEDart 0 Series .. ... $1895 $243ACTOAY
Memorial Church., r WARRANTY: ? ATI4 "I.H
family ((2)) Low Income
residents ;and citizens, the YPU Observes 66 Plym. Fur ul Sta Wagon $2995 $395
PIG TAILS t JfAT ASS(NGeR AIR
surplus food commodity FAR xxxxxxxUsher J'N0.fUPJAT'C.lL' ACT'WAARANTY.,
program in order to prevent 66 Plymouth Valiant 200. $1895 $245
hunger and to add to the Union Sunday Board 1 of St. Matthew ltIo"t&UTOMATIC.GET HRYSLER'S RWR.ITIIR

nutrition of these FAMOUS
program The Young People's Union will Ephesus Adventists 5-YEAR 50,000-MILE WARRANTY
people; (3)) Education among HOG MAWSMEATY meet Sunday afternoon at

these povertystrdckenpeople Community Baptist Church 65 Rambler. Cross Country Wagon .$1995
to enable them to learn what toO V. IT1A DITIONIo. III TH"
ONe I
services are available to them Rev. 0. D. Davis, pastor si3p.m. Church ScheduleAll 64 -Bird .. .... ...$1995
AIR CONDITIONeD.
in the community and bow they Hostess for the Union Sunday services for Epbesus I 65 Pontiac Catalina . . ?$2195
take of it ((4)) *. ATOP
advantage ACTORY
may ; tP AIR CONOITIONID I
Home aides for. the sick,aged NECKBONES will be the Camilla Golden Seventh Day Adventlst Church I 63 Pontiac Bonneville l .. : ... "$ 995
Anthonys.The are being held at Ephesus I hNt. ".
and inflrmed; ((5)) To provide following groups are to Academy 2760 Edgewood Ave.I 64 FordUGaTaxfe 500'convertible1!.. ,., .$1295
neigbborhoodcenters Vt. OIO k HEATIR.
through "
AUTOMATIC
the baste services in the 'appear on the program: Sabbath School begins at 9 30 I 62 Ford Fairlano 4-Door .. :.. .. '.' .$ 595
Ambitious Stephenettas, Essie a. m. Saturday morning with RIM, AUTOMATIC.
community where people live C ,Mae Thomas Everreadles, Superintendent A. Lockley and 65 Ford Galaxie 500 ... ., .. .. .... .. .. $1995
rather than expecting themto TRIPE Frlindly OMcers, Harris associates In charge The lesions DOOR NTOR" :''' AIR CONDITION IIIIf AUTOMATIC

themselves.get to these Such services expenditures 29 Singers, Harmonious for the first quarter are : 59 Chevrolet ... .$175 60 Ford .. ,. $175

are deemed to be Vancellers, Jackson Singers Studies in the Book of Daniel" Over 100 Cars To Choose From
Lattmore Singers, NathanielJackson Morning worship is at 11 a.m.
for a lawful county purpose. Octovettes, Thelma- Elder R. B. Halrston and associate ,
Section S. This act shall
TURKEY rettes, Terry Boyd Singers, elders will have charged
take effect law.Jamesl immediately. upon, and Voncla and the, CaerrUts., the service Missionary volunteer -;, R. S. EVANS
becoming a meeting begins at 4:IS. ;
TAILS 0 SAm inK DOCTOR: "You have Evangelistic services art
E. orkman Jr, only one hour to live. Is there being held Sunday nights at 7 SO. I 3rd & MAIN
President, Greater anyone vou'd like to see'" Prayer meeting win be held
Jacksonville Economic "Ye," replied the patIent. Wednesday Bights at 730.: ,EL 445381 EL 44382.UE
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Roy Wilkins To Receive Family Affair Louisiana NAACP Adds Education Alumni Of UNCF. I



1967 Freedom House AwardNEW Meets To Map Assistant To StaffNEW Pharmaco Set Up .:


YORK Immediately following Us election at noon 1967 ProgramNEW NAACP Scholarship Fund li!
may, Feb 6 to the chairmanship/ of the board of Freedom The YORK -
House ORLEANS, la. Executive Director Roy Wilkins
former Senator Paul H. Douglas announced that
Wilkins Roy executive board the Louisiana has announced the appointmentof Mr. Donald L. HoflowelL
1967 Freedom, executive director of the NAACP, wm receive the NAACP State Conference of Miss Beverly J. Pearson as president of the National Alumni
Award for "courageous and responsible leadership announced Council of the United
In the Branches has plansto an assistant to the Director for Negro
civil rights movement ,N'o t Intensify its efforts in voter Education Program, Miss June College Fund, has announced
The senator also stated that rights leader to receive the a rrfw registration, housing and education Shagaloff. the establishment of the Artra

vice President Hubert H, Freedom Award and the first in areas of the state She will assist Miss Shagaloff Award the organization's
Humphrey will make the presentation member of the Freedom House which have failed to comply in reading and evaluating fiction scholarship.
address March 29 at board to be selected. Another with laws barring racial books for the Association's Financed by Pharmaco,

a dinner at the Hotel member, Paul G, Hoffman, discrimination. listing of multi-racial books. Kenllworth, N. J. pharmaceutical
Waldorf-Astoria. Senator Joined the board after ha was Harvey Ronald H. Brlttonl The list Includes textbooks and firm, the scholarship
Douglas, who will serve u honored In 1951 for directing NAACP state field director, story books for pre-school and provides $1,200 for the winning
chairman of the Award Dinner, the European Recovery Pro said the executive board of elementary school pupils. She student and $300 for his collegeor

held annually since IMS, was gram. the State Conference of will also aid in the preparation university Announcement of
Inducted u the new leader of Roy Wilkins, who became y Branches would convene in oIanNAACP.va1uaUonolboob'on I I the student winner's'name was

Freedom House by Dr. Harry executive director of the ,, Ferrlday, La., on Feb 12, to Negro history prepared for,.;wide nrlng the 21st annual
D. Gunman, president NAACP in 1955 upon the death r finalize and make public its elementary and secondary conference of the Council, Feb.

Senator Douglas reported that of Walter White, had been on 1 projects for the coming year I school pupils. 9-12. 1967, in the Queene-

the decision of the board to the organization's staff since ,may a .. !5el Among top Items on the agenda, Miss Pearson formerly taught 'Charlotte Hotel Charlotte,N.C.
honor Mr. Wilkins "intended 1931. Since then, the NAACP y 1. Brltton said will be an all-out in Chicago elementary schools The purpose of the scholarship

to reaffirm the deep Interest has grown ten times to a total attack on the "dual standard 1, and has worked with the is to promote participationamong
ft Freedom House in finding of nearly 450,000 members this of law .enforcement" the Brownsville Community college students in off-
Just solutions for interracial year in 1,700 branches in 49 : state. He cited Concordia Council New York City. campus u well u on-campus
problems of a human relations states and the District ci Parish, in which Ferrlday is She earned her B.Ed. at the activities, and tofnsti desire
as well as legal character." Columbia.Mr. S located for having employeda National College of Educational, to conthiueparucpatlooin civic

The board singled out Mr. Wilkins has displayedmore Negro sheriff "empoweredonly Evanston, Ill, and her master'sat and community affairs aftergradqaUon
Wilkins, said Senator Douglas, than administrative and to arrest Negroes" In NeW'Tork University's Mr. H 0 11 0 well
"because be has steered editorial initiative. "In 1932," the "Negro section of town." Center for Human Relationsand explained.

a precise though difficult according to an NAACP statement "Such dual practices lessen Community Studies of the'' F. Il, Schwemmer, president

course, taking persuasive he and an associate It:=J[: the degree of meaningful Graduate School of Education of Pharmaco, said, "We are
action under law, while rejecting "penetrated darkest enforcement and further honored to have the opportunity
the disruptive tactics of Mississippi" disguised as emphasizes the erroneous Plainfield, N.J. to establish this award and

the extremists" itinerant laborers "to Investigate When Miss Charlotte Simms, II, of Roselle, New Jersey (right), finished high school and belief that whites are superior hope that It will stimulate
,Vlce President Humphrey will conditions among Negro accepted a Job with Esso Research and Engineering Company, she became a fellow employee to Negroes in or out of the NAACP To Hear students lathe schools affiliated I

the traditional symbolof workers" After a month in the of her mother, Mrs. Gladys Slmms (sitting at desk), who is secretary to a vice sphere of law enforcement," with the National Pre-AIumnl
the Freedom Award, a upper delta area, Mr. Wilkins' president of the company, world's largest oil research organization. Mr. Briton said. Charles EversPLAINFIELD Council to become better
sculptured bronze plaque which "perilous mission" was He also charged that local citizens.
this year bears Mr. Wilkins'name accomplished "without benefitof What Is This? school boards have refused tt A N. J. Mr. HoUowell said that to be
special Memorial
and the inscription; "He television cameramen and MAN IN THE UNIVERSEThe take necessary steps to insure those Day for eligible for the award a student
who
have
counseled wisely, guided correspondents to World News Diqest I that Negroes receive quality died in the most be above average
newspaper pursuit of civil
firmly, withstood the storms provide protective covering." Arresting Cops itatistict that how how education conducted by the rights Plainfleld will be scholastically, be active in Pre
of many seasons in the strugglefor The concludes "Had insignificant Is man are impressive. Alumni Council activities, and
report NAACP
Branch
human rights" According to the Catholic 100 CitiesTo Saturday, Feb. have demonstrated leadership
they been discovered, they 11,
This is the fourth Freedom might well have vanished in III Windy City Digest, man occupies planet No. "The Qualities on and off-campus.
Meaning of
Black I
Award in nine years with strong APPLICANT 3 of a quite obscure star located The National Pre-Alumni
dismal
some Mississippi Power is the
Hear title of
TMR" Rhutan-fNpn-Come an
civil rights overtones. The swamp." CHICAGO -(NPI>- When a some '30,000 light years from address by Charles Council is composed students
Arkansas Gazette was honored The presentation program on citizen is arrested, that's bad. September when the United Nations the center of a not too Impor. NAACP Mississippi Evers in 33 colleges and universities
in 1958 for its edi neural Assembly opens tant gala Lincoln Day ProgramNEW field The student use the
courageous March 23 will also feature a But when they arrest policemen its sessions billion our galaxy, director, who will speak at a' may
tonal Medgar Evers anewspplicanttor'membership some 10 stars exist scholoarship In a college or
position; narration by Alexander thaf Just too much! public rally at Hall
the slain NAACP leader, was Scourby, star of the Broadway And that's what happened twice in (the world' body while 100 thousand million bile YORK The NAACP :; a march from City the following I.university other than the one
posthumously cited In 1963;and theatre and motion pictures, within a week in the wake of a 'may be present.Bhutan,the tinykingdom lion appears to be a conservative annual Lincoln Day radio pro- Baptist Church. Shlloh,!In which he is enrolled at the

President Johnson received the and Miriam Makeba, the first massive snowstorm that almost of 800,000 people estimate for the total number gram, to be broadcast locally 'I time of his selection.WANTED .

award last year for advancing, South African singer who has closed down the city is tucked away to in send the Himalayas, of stare this week-end, Feb. 11-12, by
among other programs, risen above Apartheid Patrolman LonnIe Collins, 23, expected observer NAACP branches in more than
to the sessions in to
domestic human rights legislation restrictions to attain was arrested by fellow police- a move 100 cities, features NAACP
widen contacts between t be Independent
international recognition u an man who accused him of Executive Director Roy Wilkins
"Mr. Wilkins is the first civil entertainer. emptying a stalledUtellvery; but small,natlonand and U, S. Education Commissioner
the outside
world.
!
I Freedom House, a nonpartisan truck In front of his Westslde C.C.C. Harold Howe in a

;: Help,! Help! Help! organization devoted home ONE WORLD the discussion of current ...- ..- ,.,..... a.
strengthening The off-duty policeman was During Depression, over educational problems with
to the of free
IKON.
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin. Institutions at home and abroad, one of at least 200 persons ". Nwankwo Nigeria the-TNPD-TO R., 2.5 million young men servedin special reference to the SINGER TOUCH & SEW

Macon Ga. has formerly honored BernardM. Including some women and many world is practical., theory The Nigerian o one the Civilian Conservation schooling of minority group .,. ...*.*..f ftMmtlw tftt. .l>M, ......,,..., MM MM .......
Baruch, Dwlght Elsenhower, Juveniles, arrested for pillaging became dlstrubed not Corps, the Catholic Digest .children .MM> _........ .... ChI...."' MM fr ,.".00. e.l IM* ..w
Divine, Spiritual, Healer, Willy Brandt, Jean Monnet, vandalism, and arson. over receiving statw. Its peak enrollment In The 15-mlnute program com- Mir tllT.OO a, $7 pw ..eb ... Cn4H M.MMT a' '''-1111.
a $25 shipment of ties,
The looters took advantage 1935 vas 500,000. memorates the 158th
Winston Churchill, Harry S. '
Sev. Koosevelt Franklin c4, rings, books, a cross and :a
of the of
Truman, and others. of the snowstorm, which crip anniversary founding
Macon, Georgia. traffic for days and- copy of the Lord's Prayer from the NAACP,
Divine Spiritual Healer. Jesus pled to a Chicago novelty firm. After I
hindered trying
Is truly giving blessings and policemen waiting a year, he enlisted the 1
i.victory. to many people's protx Anti-Inflation reach the scene of the looting. services of his government :..t..(..... ',-' :.,,(..IA,1
Jemfiol'.SUCCESSa: :: BEi l I f'I'Jjj .Police Suptj WUsoBj said.b !principally\ the external ''attalrs .:.\ h..8 ;n(".M <
.
write S >MoveLtBWKA 1'1 I announced CoWnsi!acre st'.'wltIz +tdehyh tdik ,
YQURSi'Seeior; me today; ',' He said he JICIWagoans : smfstty--u ''J\\'lI' tf1tt.tl'r ".** .
deep regret.
have a special message everyone's would "have FBI ahd Chicago Police department
in need for. -ttpr)>-Tbe Bank of into the act. Though he
in their minds the
Last week many, many people'' Zambia announced that the bank uppermost didn't receive the shipment, he
thousands of devoted policemenwho
ere helped by my special rate has been raised from 4 1/2 such did get a full refund-and he's MARKS
selected Bible readln g to be' per cent to five per cent,effective heroic have" performed satisfied gU P E R ,
read each weekend. If wand! duty. ,;
you M Jan. 13. The move Is designed
A few later Cook Comfy
to be delivered, quickly, send' to counter current Inflationary days NEW GUINEA'S FUTUTE
Sheriff I. Woodsar1'8st-
Joseph
$1.00 and self-addressed tendencies in the PORT MORESBY-CNPQ-N e wCulneans
econ ed one of his own policemen THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE.
envelope to Rev Roosevelt omy. The bank rate had been were told last week
Franklin 630 Morrow Ave., >:ID charges of bribery that the future bold out for
fixed at 4 1/2 per cent when Zambia Donald Walter constitutional -
Policeman
Macon, Georgia Phone became wbollyresponsible 25 nabbed in a. changes that will 'SUGAR CURED HICKORY SMOKED
Wagner, was
745-6475. bring jovernment-lf they
for its
own banking system on
Yon will, get these special March 1, 1965. scheme to tip off prostitutesand vice want It. Thr promise was made

selections and Bible verses by gamblers of impending by David O. Hay, the New administrator LB. AVERAGE
raids In Cicero a western 46
owtr.n mall. of Papua-HewCui- PICNICS 39C
suburb of Chicago. The arrest
nea,u'h o said the Australian
was made in Rosemont,another government would not hesitate -

Chicago suburb. to consider transitional steps
Royal Art Studio Wagner was accused of handing toward a form of ministerial
Sheriffs Vice Detective James
government and an Increase in
'Lart1n. $250 and a slip of paper
local financial
responsibility.
1 with two Cicerophone numbers GRADE "A" SLICED BREAKFAST

STILL TAKING Larkin. said Wagner offeredto PACIFIC SIT IN'

"pay well" for advance information NAHA, Okinawa-(NPI)'- it-'

on vice raids in in demonstrations,' a popular BACON OL LB.55C: ;

.Cicero, remembered u the r method of protest in the United 1
INSTANTPICTURES headquarters of mobster States, and some time earlier
Al Capone. The suburb has
in India, has now reached this I
gangland association to this day. I Pacific island Last week, 500 II II
j The predominantly Italian .demonstrators staged a. 1 t-
community has no Negro down strike in the chambers of

residents. The Negro family the Eyukyu! legislature, in pro- PUREX
which tried to move in 15yearsago test to a discussion by the education -

J home.was No bombed other Negro out families of their on and a social measure affairs to committee curb GAL. 10 1 j i

i have tried to move in since. political activities of teachers. BLEACH

CORE staged an open- Tie police were called in to haul
occupancy march into the the demonstrators away.

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System Indians OrganizeTo -- Shrioers Present Check To Chest Disease Center Aid Chief Says

Pepper Says Oxygen _, ______ .___ L ._.__ .___ -

I Needed More Than Monuments Fight AgainstDiscriinination ; He'll Expos8IRllllIdators

WASHINGTON Congressman Claude Pepper (D-FlaJ said !
last week America' astronauts need "a new system" more Lk 1 Y y yi yo CHICAGO -HPTWilliam) H.
than a memorial monument. American Indians! In the Robinson, newlyappointeddirector

Pepper said be would support program, but we should not be Washington-Oregon. are adopting coot County Depart.
i congressional proposal, eifoected so anxious to win the race to the tactics of Negro civil ment of Public Aid, has rowed
to be sponsored by the the moon that we become Indifferent rights groups In their battle to have any GOPcommltteeman
Florida delegation, to build a to human life against the white man, the I Involved In Intimidation of welfare -
monument to the three Apollo "The space program Is going February Issue of Ebojqr magadne recipients, "read out of
astronauts who died la their to continue for a long time,and reports the party."
space capsule Jan. 27. the moon landing Is Just one A CORD style organisation A Republican himself, he said
"But what our astronauts need ,step away We should plan for may be formed to agitate be would expose party leaderswho
more than a monument," be the long haul and,when we makea nationally for Indian! rights fall to act against precinct
said "11 a new oxygen system mistake in our planning w. according! to the Ebony article. taptains ofsuchcoercion..
which will give them a greaterJianct should be willing to take little: Indians are learning that Declaring be was "completelyout
of getting to the moon extra time to try a new "mere isolation from the white of politics," Robinson said
Jive." approach. I think we should be man Is no guarantee against be has resigned asSecoad Ward
Pepper said: "We must willing to swap a little time bigotry and injustice," Ebony committeeman and notified
ontlnue our great space to assure our astronauts says, in outlining the fight four t Ray Bliss, national GOP chairman
s better chance of survival" Indian tribes have with state that be could no longer
officials over fishing rights in serve on the national panel-
UNCF Recipient SCLC LeaderIn the game-rich rivers of the to strengthen Negro support in
old Oregon Territory. Many the Republican Party of 12
New Post lDdIana'uwortthemse1Y8.byf1sb1Dc. y Negro leaders
01 f Gill
$2,000 .
CHICAGO -NPI The Rev Robinson the first Negro
The state of Washington recently
James Bevel, a top leader In director of the count/i public
the Southern Christian Leadership outlawed the use f gill aid department, threatened to
Given By NMA Conference, has been nets, the traditional Indianfishing "bellow publicly" if he finds
implement. With the
appointed national director of any Republican Committeeman
YEW; YORK, N. Y.-Dr. JohnS the newly-formed Spring battle Tacoma lines attorney drawn Jack, Ebony Tanner says. tt "venal enough to participateIn
Mobilization Committee to End p or condone, Ida precinctcaptains" ,
1 >. olloman presented a gift the area representative for the
War in Viet Nam. telling aid
the recipients
) to the United Negro
i f I2JXX NAACP was hired by the
Fund behalf of the Rev, Bevel was said to have to rote GOP or face loss of
College on Indian tribes to fight the order.
Medical Association. taken the new post with the welfare hects. He said Democratic
Rational Tanner organized the Indians
blessings of Dr. Martin Luther preeinctcaptainsbave
1 IT. HoUoman 1IpresldeDtofthe.edlcd Into the Survival of American
i group composed of Neo King Jr., with whom he works Indians Association !"The frequently used! this tactic.A .
t product of a low-lncome
closely.
I physician from all parts of Indian! and the Negro have bad
Rev. Bevel's wife Mrs Diane area Robinson said Us
gf ass>
tie country. the same problems right down
Bevel recently returned froma roots background would
enable
'lID the contribution "
accepting the line, says Tanner In the
to North Viet Nam. Ata him to spot acts
trip any of
pr. Stephen J.Wright,president Ebony article. "By and large '
Of the Fund, noted: "The Nat. press conference here she the folks who hate Indians is earmarkedfor Intimidation by precinct
same A check for $5,000 over the eight-year period--
ional Medical Association'soatlnued attacked U. S. Bombing North was presented to the captains of whatever party.
support of the Fund Viet Nam and said Ntgro hate Ebony Negroes.Tanner feels (that National Jewish Hospital at Devner, free, tuberculosis research. Shown above The 57-year-old former state
exemplifies the growing deter- Americans will have to decide the fight says over fishing rights nonsectarian chest disease center, by the are, I left to right, Sfluire i Bullock, legislator heads a departmentwhich
of Negro professional whether they want to be killersIn Ancient of Colorado Roscoe C. spends more than $100
tflinatlon probably will be settled before Egyptian Arabic Order, Nobles of Imperial Deputy ;
groups to advance and accelerate that war-torn country. the U. S. Supreme Court. "The the Mystic S h Washington Imperial Potentate JosephH. million a year for more than
educational rtuD1t1estorNegro Rev. Bevel, who has charged r I n e, at a luncheon ; 250,000 aid recipients.Federal .
youth. that the war Is based on racial Indian has got to learn, as the January 22, honoring the Order and its Silversmith Jr. president of the

("Fully 80 per cent of all Ne- differences, asserted that U.S. Negro something had happens to learn,to that an Indian when auxiliary. The money--a total of $40,000GREEN hospital and Maceo'Brodnax, Deputy Com- Court

TO physicians," Dr. Wright Involvement In the Viet Nam In Nevada, pretty soon It's going mander of (IPatrols. .
war is a wicked act of "op
added, "received their undergraduate to happen to an Indian in
training at UNCF pression against a foreign Tanner told Mulls Murder
member colleges and universities. colored people." Washington B R I : F L 'Y "Viet Horn" Song I I Tougaloo College Overdiep Family
What this nation Is doing in
j Dr. .Holloman" a graduate oft Viet Nam. he said parallels"In Ebony.WILEY POSTS FIRSTS 'SJ A 1<; I N G Makes Plea Receives 100,000In NEW ORLEANS -(NH)- The
m>cF member institution, military terms what has Moves Into Home U. S. Fifth Circuit Court of
:Virginia Union University, ands been done to the American Man's first solo global flight For PeaceNEW Appeals has taken the case
a prominent New York City Indians and the colored peopleof was made by Wiley Post in GENERATORSThere Preferred Stock BROOKLYN N. Y. Just of the alleged participants In
practitioner.: American for centuries." 1933: seven days, 18 hours, 49 is dearth of YORK A United three weeks after an explosionand the Liuzco slaying under
no energy TOUGALOO, Miss. An flash fire ripped through advisement. Mrs. Liuzzo
minutes. His other air and Presbyterian Church- was
. apace. pouring into a leaf the Catholic anonymous $100,000 gift to the basement of their newly the white woman slain while
Few Wounded Die In Vietnam achievements, the Catholic Digest Digest points out. All the sponsored recording stressing '
oxygen
states, included the auto the need for a peaceful Tougaloo College, Tougaloo purchased home, Mr. and Mrs. she was ferrying civil rights
i When an American soldier fsj faster than an in our atmosphere is filtered ,,Miss., will be used toward Jacques and their
( get to a hospital matic pilot the automatic radio settlement In Viet Nam will be Overdlep workers between Selma and
ounded in Vietnam he gets tljefret auto victim In the U.S. Usuallya direction finder the variable through chlorophyll every 2,000 released soon by a commercial establishment of a chair in the three children moved into their Birmingham in 1965.
medical care in history the wounded man is out of the and years and all the carbon dioxide record department of religion and East Flatbush home in the pre- Two white men Collie Leroy
patriotic Digest reveals. Becausef jungle and on the operatingtable pitch and propeller stratosphere pressurization flight in the air passe through green The song company.called "Viet Nam," philosophy honoring the Rev dominantly white section of Wilkins and Eugene Thomas,
speedy transport and excel. within an hour. Specialists search. re leaves every 300 years. This was issued in November through Dr. Lawrence L;. Durgln mini Brooklyn with the assistance were acquitted on a state
lent treatment only 1,50 of the of every kind are there. GI's get spells a power operation by NEW, a multi-media album of ster of Broadway United Church of the local branch of murder charge but were convicted -
Wounded reaching hospitals die.'his better medical treatment on the ENNUI EXCUSE chlorophyll that generates 100 the United Presbyterian Commission of Christ in New York City the the NAACP. on a federal charge
compares with 2.5% in the times more kilowatts of energy on Ecumenical Missionand college announced today. Mrs. GloriaMaingorecenOy- alleging them to have conspired
Korean War and 4.5% in the edge of the Jungle than their Your tired blood may really a year than all man's hydro Relations. The recording! Dr. Durgln is a member of the elected president of the to violate Mrs. Lime's civil
2nd World War. families at home get in' their be the disease nacrolepgy-uncontrollable electric plants, coal gas, fuel will be re-distributed by World college Board of Trustees and Flatbush Branch said, "Thingsare rights.
'hospitals.! drowsiness the, oil, and atomic-energy has served chairman of its back to normal .
t r genera. Trends Records 550 Fifth Ave.. U getting DOW Vibe men were given sentences
J Most wounded in Vietnam t Catholic Digest warns., ,tore combined!I'i' u a single 13 rpm disc. Development Committee I was really delighted with the 4 i of1ft: ,years and;they.were in
':"":' : '' ... .. The song marks the recording" The gift in the form of pre way our membership rallied court in New:Orlearron'an

'i':: :: ::: ::: : ': :: :': .. ./ : : :":": i''!:; ;:;;';!';;::)iI!!; ;!iillli;; tI;:!:!!!!v!t SHOP AT YOUR AlP both debut composed of Marcia and Santo recorded who toward ferred stock endowment"is the of first a $300 step, la family the support NFIGHT of this deserving court appeal. on Thomas appeal was from also In a

:. the music for "Viet It 000 chair.I : According toTougaloo" conviction of
::: :' :: Nam. on charges
WAREHOUSE STORE
:f.SS.;::' :<:,::ft: is president George A.
j..p' believed to be the first song carrying a sawed-off shotgun
i .H. about the Viet Nam war that Owens, It begins a drive for a CANCER In his car.
/1. 3000-1. 45th ST.
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I _..'-Ao.. .._____. ... s2,000. To Morris Brown CIVIL RIGHTS f Slaying By Police Ruled : ,,
.. ,,., '''' Campus News
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.. ,' / ",?X, ,,. ...1'e; ROUNDUPPLEA BESSEMER Ala -(NPl- 11, last Jan. 19.
Bessemer Corner A. G. Vines A relative said Shelton had

.14" AT COLLEGE ruled recently u "Justifiable left the home of his brother
; Il., homicide" and slf-defense" and slster-ln-lawWr.IIMUlr..
TO COPHARRBBURG.
j ''. ,;:; .. Representatives from about 20 of the 86 colleges and technical the recent fatal shooting of Mack Shelton that evening to
"" PI.-NPI-
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>:0- institutes to In worth Carolina Shelton n-rf visit acquaintance's mother
the
iI. eligible participate Anthony an rMrs.
<\ sea Charles Percy (CR-m.)
5' .i strong possibility u the 1968, Computer Orientation Project PCCOJ) met at AT College Bessemer and Detrdt-by an Itattle Washington, whot
1t .-;. Republican nominee for recently to discuss the program.The Alabama highway patrolman.Sbeltoo resides In McCalla, a
1t President has called his partyto meeting was sponsored by the computer advisory committee wu in the city visiting community west of Bessemer.
1r seise of the civil to the State Board of Higher Education u one of three relatives when he reportedly The victim's brother, Mack,'H
leadership
rights\ movement Sen. Percy regional meetings In the state to provide detailed information engaged In an altercation with said be was not notified of his |I|
on prUclpattan u NCCnp. A demonstration of remote computing the patrolman during a reported brother's shooting and death
accused President Johnson of
I 0 was included on the agenda.FAYETTEVILLE traffic violation Investigation until early the next day The I
giving little attention to civil
According to Coroner Vines deceased was reportedly egtranged -a
.
rights in his recent State of
STATE COLLEGEThe Shelton was slain by Patrolman from his wife, Mrs ,
the Union The Illinois
Message.
Mickey Shell during an Incident Carolyn Dean Shelton of
) Senator appeared to be takingthe 'Vward found project proposed by Fayettevllle State on the old Hercules Powder Bessemer *

I ifH same road u President College has given a big assist by the Academic Policy croup) Plant Road on U. S. Highway '
Johnson the to the Whit 4
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House. Both way started out u headed by Mi. Charles Rrown Associate professor of Education ***
and director of institutional Researcl r members
racial and economic
constrva-
i tires, but liberalized their Include a representative from almost every j 4 r,'minor, and
service subject-matter area on the campus, plus communityagencies
positions as their nationalaspirations IWOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN
increased of the Fayettevllle-Cumberland County area.


PROBE
WASHINGTON (NPQ The HOWARD UNIVERSITYTen STORE ONLY

House Uh-Amerlcan Activities District of Columbia youths, all participants In the 300 Hogan
Committee Is conducting 1968 Howard University pre-collgt summer program for .
preliminary investigations into the disadvantaged, art now enrolled in college on scholar
t
br alleged subversive elements ships provided by the D.C. Senior High Schoel Scholarship
Negro rioting in major cities. Fund. deI +
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pTay
These Investigations may be They are Barbara Ford Irvin r.Jichrlst, and Denies Tyree,
extended into a full-scaleprabe who are attending Howard Warren Anderson, Selvln Banner
tills year Rep.William M.Tuck and Tyrone "'ravers, enrolled at Bluefleld (W. Va.) State
of Virginia has headed a preliminary College; and Ferris Browner William Crawfrod, James Dunn,
inquiry Into racial and Archie Ferguson students at Tennessee State AM uni
disorders and is expected to versity. The scholar ship aid ranges from $300 to MOO.
head a subcommittee for The scholarship fund is a newly established tax-exempt
a full-scale investigation if the organization designed to supplement higher education opportunities -
committee so orders for graduates of n.c. high schools It is administered -

by the i1. C. Board of Education
WARNING

NEW YORK -(NPI)- Whitney JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY
M. Young Jr., executive di-

rector National Urban League! Students, alumni and faculty at Jacksonville "nlverslty are I *
has warned of renewed racial engaged in the final days of HomecomBng 1967 after nearly .

Dr. John A. Middleton (center) President of Morris Brown College, unrest if domestic spending is a week of festivities.

Atlanta, accepts a check for $2OOO representing an unrestricted cut back. Young reprimanded Friday night brings a pep rally and bonfire and a reception i
grant from Gulf Oil Corporation the college from M. G. Farris GOP Congressmen for suggesting for alumni at the home of President and ears Robert R.
Vice President of Gulf's that War on Poverty fundsbe Spiro. fie Dolphins then take on the Bears of Mercer in the
Southern Marketing Region. At left is
cot and said the Urban Swisher tymnasuim for their Homecoming Following
Miss Jacquelyn Brown a former Morris Brown student who now Is a League was "quite 'l Iortlve" the game students will attend a student mixer genie dance at the

secretary in Gulf's Southern Region Office. This was one of eight of President Johnson's anti- Wolfsoo Student Center, and alumni will retreat to the Nottingham
unrestricted grants to Negro colleges recently announced under poverty and civil rights efforts. Apartments Clubhouse for a get-acquainted party.

Gulf's Aid to Education Program. "If War on Poverty. funds art Saturday is a full day of activities that brings to a close a
cut," be added, .It will be very full week at the university The Green: Key Honorary
Sydney Poilierlo done at the peril of the country Leadership Society holds Its annual Breakfast and TUlliear
Greeting During Convocation and of the party responsible." the Ron William L. Durden, Circuit fudge of the Fourth
Your choice of famous brand.
.Judicial Circuit in IXival County. .
Star In New CONSPIRACY Toward midday Saturday, alumni will meet for a golf tournament
WASHINGTON (NPI)-Tbe U. at **ae own nine-hole golf course. That evening the
Dramatic film ,S, Supreme Court set Feb. '20 r orgt Washington Hotel will host alumni for then annual DELUXE BOXED GAMES

as the date for bearlncs'on banquet, featuring Dr. Franklin .Johnson as keynote speaker
"To Sir, with Love" Is a mo- charges that Sen. James 0. while the Robert Meyer will provide the setting for the Homecoming
tion picture about a teacher and Eastland (D-Mlss.) conspired ball. Chocolates and cordial
his students, with a starringrole to bring about a raid on the & Ic
played by Sidney Peltier, IM office of the Southern Confer SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY cherries in heart shaped

who faces the challenge of a ence Educational Fund la 196S. gift boxes, some with

difficult and Insubordinate The court will decide whether Students at Syracuse "nlverslty who raised funds to bring a quisite flower corsages ex3 19

group of youngsters la a pro- congressional Immunity protects Negro student from Selma, Alabama, to the university hopeto 1, and 2 lb. sixes
gt
Hem school in London's East : the Senator from damage see a similar scholarship awarded this year to an American
End. It is a war,dramatic story suit for illegal actions SCEPs Indian. Details of the project are being worked out with the
ci how the teacher in changingthe r 'Rt lawyers are appealing a lower u.s. bureau of Indian Afflars.
lives andoutloek of his students i courts decision that Eastland Raphael Dullard, a senior from Buffalo, N.v.. Treasurer of
also changes his own. is Immune from'.ult for his the Leadership Through Education (L.T.EJ Scholarship program
It is believed by manythat"ToSir ,action against SCEF because saId '"The program' designed to provide funds for M
with Love,"filmed on location a he did so as a senator a college education for a capable student from a minority I.
by Columbia Pictures In group which has been cast outside the mainstream of American
London, offers the best starring HOUSEHUNTINGCHICAGO; society."
vehicle for Poltler and he In turn -(NPI)>- Englewood Elbert English, valedictorian of R.R."udsOD High School in
demonstrates superbactlng residents who face loss of their Selma Ala., was the first recipient. English is a member of
talent that has grown with his homes In an urban removal- the University's freshman class
career that is, urban renewal-plan, p
Though Peltier's students art have decided to go bouse hunting VIRGINIA SEMINARY AND COLLEGE 1 in
"problem" youngsters W b.j in a white neighborhood. The 4
have not fitted Into ilorDialscllools 30 adults and children met no The second semester at Virginia Seminary and College : 'tV88I I

the kids art basically opposition banks in part, to began on January 23rd with an increase in the college's
good. Their unruly, rebellious w 1J police protection. The group enrollment. "1'. M.c. Southerland, newly elected President

behaviour is a reflection of bad ....--..'.'.-( .-- -- .'-- ., was "viewing a good community of the College, announced that the school would offer r'
upbrlng lug, parental neglect Dr. Oswald P. and the resources it can provide 100 Scholarships to deserving students, Dr. Soutberland, I 1 e
and indifference. They are products Bronson Vice President ," said the Rev. Richard: emphasized the all out effort on tile part of the Seminary
of the slums. By treating Interdenominational Theological Center, Lawrence, Christ Methodist to become a part of the educational mainstream of America.
them as young adults and not as Atlanta, Georgia brings greetings duringa Church after the group toured This pledge has kindled renewed interest In this Baptist Summer shade 1 1a'
"kids", Poltler gives them a luncheon of the 2nd Bishop's Convocation the lily-white Southwest side, endowed school said Dr. Southerland, and be looks forwardto .a Size 81/2 to 11
new outlook an awareness of held at Bethune-Cokkman not far from where open housing an ever sldening, up to date institution
College
their responsibilities. Saturday marchers met violent white reaction Dr. Southerland also announced that plans for the(,College
Of his role in "To Sir, with In Daytona Beach, Florida. Speaking from last summer. Career Day have been set for Febrary 24th. Both national! DEBUTANTESEAMLESS

Levi," Academy Award-winn the subject "Message In Christian and local: business and professional personalities will particle MESH FIRST QUALITY
lag actor PoWer says: "It Stewardship" Dr. Bronson addressed more HIGH POSTSACRAMENTO pate in the exercises. In an effort to expose tile Seminary

was .something really wanted te than 300 Laymen and Lay Leaders from the Calif. - do. Iread thebook I like It. It Is An enemy of California's fair affiliated with Plan for Progress are expected to be a part
warm, human, ingratiating. ,, Atlantic Coast Area earlier in the day. housing act, Burton E. Smith, of the day long program a*r. P.n. Haughton, Personnel Wonderful buys for the budget-minded. Stock up now
This estimate from a distinguished has been appointed state real Director of the Phllco-Ford Corporation and Dr. F, n. on these delightful deml-toe seamless, mesh nylons I,
and accomplished act- estate commissioner by Gov. Coppage, of Norfolk, Va., will share In presenting keynote
or carries weight and significance The Peace Ronald Reagan Some rights messages to those in attendance. Other companies will present -
Corps brings
because Pettier is bard to leaders termed It a case of Job opportunities to the students. High school, and

highly choosing idealists down to earth the wolves tending the sheepu college students along with. tilt general public are invited
highly selective, Smith, immediate past to attend.
roles with extraordinary cart. You could Join. For information, writes president California Real ,.
So when be opines that ""'0 Sir. The Peace Corps, Washington, D.C. 20525 tlTho \ Estate Association, was namedto VIRGINIA UNION UNIVERSITY J ,

With Lovt" Is good" anybody ,..._".pMM. _$ .._,...I.IM M.I....._. ,/ the high post by GoY Reagan, .__'%,- z
else's language that means who has Indicated oppositionto Ralph E. McCoy, Director of "nlverslty Libraries, Southern y
it must'be "great". the Rumford Act. Illinois 'diversity, and president, the Association of College :L ta'
and Research Libraries announced today that Virginia "nlot
R University has been awarded a 51,000 ACRL grant to purchase
books and periodicals on Africa. '
The ACRL library grant program is supported by the United Y'Y'EN .
States Steel Foundation \ r

r Mrs. Walter O. Bradley, Librarian at Virginia "nlon, said
f tA the grant will greatly aid in procuring needed leterature
on Africa for the .VUU library.:Moreover", u the number oka
of Africans at VUU' Increases and as more American students
desire to learn more about Africa, there is a definite
demand for Increased funds to provide literature for those a

needs.
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CNICATO-NPTUAslx program to promote acceptance
PHOTO FRAMES
AI e41 PlI : of open occupancy in 18 counties of northern Illinois has
been announced by the Methodist Rock River conference. The $

.,' rt program-first to be undertaken by a church body to carry the i $ 27
effect of last August's agreement on open housing fin Chicago) |
r to predominantly districts,is being coordinated with those
.. w set In motion last month by the Roman Catholic archdiocese of
C Chicago iblted Presbyterian Church's Presbytery of Chicago: Graceful flowers bloom on
R. United Church of Christ Episcopal and Lutheran towering spikes for lasting Big utortment, all nunnteed
,, :.j6, ;;' jr denominations. beauty. Healthy hardy not to tarnish. Cold tone, nUqiM -
T Gael PARTICIPANTS babe: of mixed colon add white,moral lards1W'
Interest to your garden. np to a t ,51tn-.
DALLAS Tex,_..(Npn-Among the 2,000 Christian educatorsand
I. sundries individuals scheduled to participate in tile annual

Beef at its Best meeting of tile National Condi of Churches'Division of Christ-
Jan Education, In session at the Adolphus Hotel,Feb. 1-18. will f: : :
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be Btshop College choir, In a "uslc of tile People" concert;
.and Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, president, Institute Services to
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Members of the University High School of Edwards Virginia Bellamy Gwendolyn.
These students serving officersof Florida
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Florida A&M University Student Council for Dianne
Gregory Karen Jenkins Avery,
the Florida A&M University High School Freddie
the 1966-67 school yearr. are left to Pearl Madison Wanda Fleming and Judy right : Dorsey, president; Robert
Student Government Association for the Carr
I right front row : Deborah Richardson Brown. Third row, oeft to right: leonard 1966-67 school Officers Installedby vice-president ; Rosalyn Bonds I
year. secretary ; and Paula Jefferson treasurer.
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Martha Whitehurst Zolenda Johnson Bruton James McCasklll I Robert Smith
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U. S. Glee ( left ) president of the ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
Gladys Johnson and Jeannette Coleman. Qjentln Braxton, and Robert Avery.

Second row, left to r i a h tPhyllis_ ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.

FAMU Delta Awardees MIAMI DEATHSROBERT I

BEACH MOON OVER MIAMI

L. MCCOLLUM of MONROE JACKSON of 2110 NW
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.-Everywhere the vacation goesinthe 3103 NW 43rd St., Wednesday, 56th St., Saturday, Feb. 4. at
Miami Beach area at this season, special atractions bid for Feb. 1. He Is survived by a wife, Jackson Memorial Hospital. He
SHORTMIAMI attention. Mrs. Beulah McCollum; two is survived by a wife, Mrs.
Among the most popular is swimming, golf tennis sightseeing sons, Robert and CenMcCollum' Leola Jackson; one daughter,
BEACH FLA.- Is thoroughbred racing, with Hla- and ftp s vacation,isn't r two' daughters, Mrs. Juanita Kelly; one grand'
quite possible thoroughbred leah Park coming up with its It?) Just lazing in the sun. Regina and Cynthia; a father daughter Darbell Kelly; two
racing will become a summer major stakes in the next two After dark, there is, if any Barney McCollum; a mother, sisters Mesdames Frances
a u well as winter attraction for weeks. 'Hie Wdner Handicap thing more to do. The nightclubs j : Gertrude McCollum; a sister, Holmes and Rachel Wise; two
vacationers In this city within will be run Feb. 18. for three- this month are competing 1Ij" g Mrs Alzada Lanler. Funeral I brothers, George and;, Madison
two or three years. All that Is year-olds and up with $100,000 with such names as Jimmy : services Friday, Feb. 3. Jackson. Funeral held
blocking the sport now is disagreement In added purses strung across nurante, Debbie Reynolds Thursday Feb. 9 at Antioch't1st
J between the tracks the finish line. Frank Sinatra, Billy Daniels Church.
and the state on the parl- Next of the big ones Is the Turf and music by Lester Lenin t t4A1e ta COltd'y', MR. MAGNOLIA PEEK of 448
Ildl(9.vr, 1 NW 19th St., Thursday, Feb.
mutuels tax. Cup on the grass and a mile Peter Duchin and others.To '
******* and a half with $75,000 added.' see mostofthe entertainers 8. He Is survived by three sons, MRS. MARY PRESLEY of 3347
Probably the most avid greyhound This Is scheduled Feb. 25, and :& one evening try ,the Police ; Ellis, Odell, M. C. Peek; two NW 43rd Ter., Monday Jan.
fan In the world ;ind Firemen's Benefit show in Inldh4 daughters, Vera and Christine
racing will be followed March 1 by the 30. She Is survived by a sister
has been discovered here. He Black Helen for $50,000 for fillies the municipal auditorium Feb. v Peek; two sisters Mesdames Mrs. Catherine Slrmons; a
claims be has missed only four and mares. March 3 a$100 19.Also Mamie Brooks, Martha Wright; brother, Ellis Powe; a step-
er five nights at the tracks In 000 bonus will draw cream of in the auditorium is grand a. melee, Thelma Brooks. Re- father, Islah Powe. Serviceswere
33 years and that because of the three- year- olds for the opera Feb. 22 and a symphony mains were shipped to Atlanta, held on Saturday Feb. 4.
a cold. He also claims be has Flamingo. concert guest-starring Richard; Ga. for burial
a system worked out on whichhe Hulfstream Park opens March Tucker, tenor, Feb. 26.
wins enough to provide a good I, the day after Hialeah closes Other after dark doings In- BABY STEPHANIE HEPBURNof
living. Greyhound racing Is an and will continue raclngthrough :lude legitimate theater greyhound 775* NW 15th Ave., Friday, MRS. ANNIE LEE HARRELL
all-year sport in this area. April 24 with the $50,000 Donn racing and Jal alai, all Feb. 3. She Is survived by her ,of 1801 NW 2nd Ave., Saturday
Handicap set for March 11, the of which continues well into parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wllford at Palm Springs General
oivt FIGHT $100,000 Oulfstream March 25 April. The Beta Alpha tnapter OT Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, inc. at Hepburn; a brother Ashley Hospital. She Is survived by
MULTIPLESCLEROSIS and the Florida Derby for $100, Full enjoyment of winter sun Florida A&M university awarded citations to these young ladies Hepburn. Funeral held her husband, Vernon Harrell;
t shine and assured one son, Matthew Harrell; one
000 April LCompeting swimming
for scholastic achievement during its annual Wednesday, Feb. 8.
nine beach- vesper daughter Stella Ann Harrell
all visitors by the ;
for daytime vacation rrogram.
the citations is Marva Harris of Ocala. Reve
presenting Will Thomas three
The hours in this subtropical fronts parks dotted along the a father ;
great crippler setting are boating, fishing, city's 10 miles of ocean shore. citations are: Dianne Boardley, female senior having the highest JAMES ISAAC' of NW 8th St., brothers George,Nathaniel and
: | jf) young adults "any hotels and apartment average in her class at FAMU High School ; Meltonia Griffin of Sunday, Feb. 5. Funeral John Thomas. Funeral services
buildings of course have poolsan ] Ocala, female freshman having the highest average at the Univer- arrangements are Incomplete. were held on Friday, Feb. 9.

d cabana decks for their sity; and Juliette Love, Tampa, female freshman having the second

guests. highest average at the university.FAMU.
WAME Municipal recreational facilities ---- staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
include two tennis centers ,
handball courts shuffleboard
and three golf courses, two of as of October,1966,an Increaseof Shakespeare'sWork
them of the regulation 18 holes 28 over last year. John Swam, a Negro and near
and with clubhouses facilities. The report, prepared by the giant of a man, in 1884 fought
rollers Incidentally will have school system's Department of PresentedIn John L. Sullivan for one round
DIAL1260 their big week with the start Administrative Research,notes and lost.
of March When the Dorai Open that student populations were Lee Hall ,
will draw top names In the integrated in 17 of 20 senior
sport in quest of the $100,000in high schools, 28 of 37 Junior
prizes posted for the72-bole highs and 74 of 153 elementary TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-The d
FLORIDA'SRHYTHM tournament. As a prelude the schools. longest running national classical 4l
Jackie Gleason pro-celebrity Faculties of all junior and repertory company In'' the I
tourney Is scheduled March 1. senior high schools and 133 united States will present William a d
Sightseeing tours by bus and of the system's 153 elementary Shakespeare's "1be Merchants -
boat leave from Miami Beach, schools are integrated. of Venice/' February a the SHORTY-$35.
often stop at hotels for pass- "We are very grateful to the at 8:00: p.m. In Lee Hall Auditorium -' MEDALO STYLE #685
engers. Fishing boats and teachers who voluntarily transferred at Florida AM univers; Per eemlete niuetreted Coslo.tfNdale
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guides may be engaged at var- to other schools and to ity. I'' and attachment Heir 8lyl-.,Wl Bend tH.lf nemo spa end
ious docks along the bay front. the pupils and their parents Tne repertory of the Players'I x drireee.. It'e your FRIK lei?
ulfstream trolling craft accommodating who have met this challengeo Includes the works of the great- feturillj. ..lthy Normal "Jt.1 requeeu Gel/Medal Juel write Hair, 'red. Inc.Depl. .
four, carrying a education with responsibility est of the world's playwrights:,, MOWS from the hAin R St S. Bklyn JS, N.Y.
# I Superintendent Shakespeare Sopnocles, Shaw. in YOUR SCALP.Th.eon
crew of two and providing all reur: hair min depend ...o COMB
Joe Hall declared. Aeschylus, Aristophanes and in Mtural health
tackle and bait, costs about r.,.,IDUa. .., ot
$50 a half-day. Pr'"es range Overall, 69.1 per cent of white Mollere. The audience em- NOT Inventedinedlntod tffO DOCTOR Uf AWAY
pupils and 41.6 cent of bracesthousands of people who formula celled
downward to w.75a h5U-day per kwa. Iwhleri CAKBONOH. ,. GRAY
I I* mixed with
Negro pupils are members of each witness an averageof many pro
on drift boats and lor uree along year "I' benefklal Intr.dlenta. CARBONOU -
various bridges and seawalls. integrated student bodies. All 130 performances In 36 dif! ul U Mich utron,. pow,?- WITH
a
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nlleepU don
Negro teachers and 92 per cent ferent states and Canada, as work la helping en u.h ITCHY tine MIS i
of white teachers serve on Integrated well as thousands of".. oops BUMprDANfourr rdoel :OLOI.com .
nuur DOCTORS
tt&Uhlr
Dade County School faculties.In tattooed overseas. and men/PHUCKIBI f., foe bun,.

& BLUES other Job classifications In 1960-6;the National Players _...Ip.mol trouble!, eeiued Mans M.1p allJ1OJ'ln.-/< the report discloses that gave ill performances of "'!be Man ere ireetlr relieved bY
Have Integrated custodial staffs were Integratedin Merchant of Venice" in 24 different tuna(annul of ttU.Writ.Triple for thus Miwittfc DOCTOlT tip e
164 schools, cafeteria states. Following this u. : SCALP FORMULA.
FacultiesMore workers in 66 schools S. tour the company of players E1'NJ win ready b* ..MM to....to.. u.. .
,
and secretarial staffs in 23 was received by President Ken-1! 0" are not C. .. set. Will no lob.fof,'
4OTA
RADIO man/
STATION Rtkfl.d. *ur feck ry DYE aa.i-tt,sulok.-t ,.
than 90 per cent of Dade schools. reedy before taking the production WMBM rdy sue en delivery. Tbil In- AVOWS'w. ''
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County public schools now have The 1965 report covered only overseas to tour Germany. I 51.41s more."thln'. Do"It with,i,fad, d rwh.rohdkrnrem lpme.. ,
Integrated faculties, accordingto pupils and school personnel One of the most popular and CATSDsCAUse= :O"I"roaMUW: 1ODI. pt/.elan., CoeId. Pr.wm..olllst, eubbley
PI.-tie '
Case,
a report released today on elementary and secondary best-loved comedies, "T h e Spotlight ProductOf money em buy. Your heir your and a orn.d. in poob-t M pur.,1 Co.
.school integration. schools but the current survey Merchant of Venice;; Is unique jour wets name deeerv and fine car. J. send Coe.ilaunue In Bin.all. .May BUoY W
"WHAMMYIN The 90.5 per cent of schools also Includes Miami-Due In the kind of handsomely costumed The Week MKOAI..r:" addrea PROY'ucra tlOLD INC. 3-s 11.91 wilt.wn, .t.e..h.da.. Pe only
having racially mixed faculties Junior College the adult pro- colorfully staged production &h'VS&S&SgSi a&tM ah.oppo,Y. ROTE h..d: ''flu"&y. M .pi sebn"d.dald.$sty.,
compares with 37 per cent a gram and employees In central that only NatlonalPlay- Miami Florida wow Dp6 sl l, Pteducty'I,
year ago, the report revealed. and district offices and service ers, now in Its 18th consecutiveyear : Be.klrn,33, N.w Y"I,
MIAMI" Student bodies of 119 of Cade's departments. of touring, offers in the
210 schools were Integrated field of touring tod..; I

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Larry Wysockl second from left, reviews the Walgreen collectionof
books In pharmacy administration in the pharmacy J library at
Florida A&M University. The coordinator of pharmacist employmentfor
the Walgreen Company in Chicago held several conferences with
students concerning employment with Walgreen. Several FAMU
pharmacy graduates are employed by rfalgreen. Here with
Mr 1.4 Wysockl I, are:'''Wrl' Mam f\."+Powell I III J I ( I left) V u,4tw,c-y; ; Mrs. I 'II.Checked .
Elsenna Jordan, Atlanta, Georgia; and Bernard Baker, Fernandlna, (
---FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau./ + e : : HF
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FGC Schedules FAMU Student Going To IBM \\\ir\ 'z f


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Fla. -
"Reaching the New Student"will J
be the theme of the 16th -
annual Florida Guidance
Conference scheduled to meetat
Florida AIM University,
Feb. 28-28, 1967. L'i
Warren H. Shirley chairman art ,,
of the conference and associate o
dean of students in charge of
men at FAMU said that
Nathaniel Diekerson will give I '
the keynote address. The N\ :
speaker Is special market consultant -I .
for General Foods in Samuel Smith Jr. (right) Is getting some I
White Plains N.Y. instruction in programming from Prince
The conference Is sponsored Hinson, supervisor of the IBM'Department '
by the division of student wel- forsuitably '
at Florida A&M
University. Upon gradua-
fare of Florida AIM with the
Florida State Department of tion this spring from FAMU, Smith will
Education cooperating and join the Programming Department of IBM in
serving as part of the steering Oswego New York or Endicott, New York.
committee. ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. newcrisplook

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New Nome Of Golf Tournament Triple Crown Award Bobby Allison Kerns Squeeze

Grambling Tigers

1- Cited As Tifibtite To Bob Hayes Will Drive 2nd 80-79 Upset Win

FRENCH LICK INC. "The Bob Hayes French Lick Bad Moore Car Cop 15th Victor Over Ft. ValleyFORT

Invitational Amateur Golf Tournament" Is the new name of the VALLEY Gs. Senior w
highly successful French Lick Invitational Amateur Tournament ( DAYTONA BEACH Fla. guard Bob Prltchett canned a
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inaugurated 1966. Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Win Over TSU 15-foot Jumper with 1:14: to
hIy.UZ3 are the dates selected sparked the Dallas Cowboys to Ala., has been named to drive play and with in moments later
for the tournament which the Eastern Division title of J Bud Moore's second 1967 ,put in t- free throw to give
will be played on the tamed the National Football LeagueIn Mercury Cyclone In the Daytona GRAMBLING La. Texas Albany State College a
Airways of the French Lick 1966, and who u a second- 500 at Daytona International Southern University failed to squeaking (0-79 victory over
Country Club at the year player earned All-NFL Speedway on Sunday Feb. 26. survive a four-and-one half homecourt favorite Fort Valley
Internationally known French first team end to who would minute stall and the Incessantroar
honors at split Speculation as State College In a nonleagueclash
Lick Hotel. Entry blanks can Smith and Wilson said team with Sam McQuagg in of frenzlsd Grambling between the two rivals.
be obtained: from Triangle "Hayes 'of course won two 1 Moore's swift factorybackedcars last week and got whacked The win over the Wildcats

Enterprises P. 0. Box 88384, gold medals In the 1964 Olympics f ended when the famed 6663. was the first in three encountersthis
Indianapolis Deadline for entries and as holder or co-bolder eh Spartanburg S. C., racing engineer -' It was the Tigers' 15th victory season for the Rams,having
It June 1.Announcement. of record. former in 11 starts and the sixth win
the
virtually every sprint tapped been beaten twice by the Fort
of the changein Is one of the world's truly great NASCAR modified king for the in eight Southwestern Athletic Valley five. The win was the
name was made by Chuck super athletic personalities," 4 much sought after tide Conference outings Grambling sixth straight for Bob Ralneys
Smith director, special market Smith and Wilson added. "I am happy to have Allison leads the SWAG and is ranked "running gunners," their 16th
activities Royal Crown Cola Since 1964 Hayes has been a in the car," Moore said "He high In the Associated Press, of the season against three
Co, Columbus Ga., and Cliff member of the Royal Crown; fN has proved himself one of the United Press International and lone setbacks.
Wilson Sr., Triangle Cola Co. sales and marketing best drivers on the Grand NAIA weekly polls The hot shooting Pritchett,
Enterprises' president. Royal team. He is currently featuredin National circuit and I am sure Texas Southern attacked who banged In 25 points for top>>
Crown Cola Co. Is tournament company advertising that he will get the Job done." cautiously but accurately scoring honors sank the Jumper
sponsor and TE serves as host materials both newspaper and ___ Allison was the NASCAR throughout the contest anddrew from near the top of the key
llw: new name was selecteeas point-of-purchase. modified champion in 1964 and caustic comments with their with 1.14 to play giving the
a tribute to Hayes whc! The Bob Hayes Invitational 1965, but at the end of the strange action In the final five Rams a 79-77 lead. Earlier
Amateur Golf Tournament will 1965 season decided to burn minutes of play. with a 1:31 to go Mel Jones
I feature both 36 bole gross and his modified bridges auuiut They refused to come out after slipped in two charity tossesIn
net competition for men and Jerold C. Hoffberger board chairman of the 1966 World Champion Baltimore Orioles shown him, and concentrated on Grand the ball and Grambling obliged a crucial 1 and 1 situation,
women. Awards will be in the here presenting The National Brewing Co. Triple Crown Award to Oriole outfielder Frank National racing. by malntolnlngpossession moving the Rams ahead 77-75,
form of trophies and Robinson Robinson, the 1966 triple crown winner the American League's Most Valuable "If a big gamble" he said, the Texans looked on dejectedly.The but Bob Gilmore laid one In
merchandise. Entertainmentwill Player and the Associated Press Athlete of the Year is the first recipient of the Triple Crown' U be put up all his winning visitors finally asserted under the basket. to tie It UP"
Include a buffet dinner Award. Iofr, Hoffberger, who also is board chairman and president of The National Brewing.Co. modified equipment up for sale, themselves In the closing $0 for the second time In closing
cocktail parties a fashion show ., said a duplicate trophy to be presented to the Baseball Hall of Fame will contain the "but I won't be happy until I seconds. stages.
dances and planned activitiesfor names of all triple crown winners dating tack to 1909. The National Brewing Co. brews the have a try with the late model In ear ly action, Texasiouthern Leading 79-77, the Ram stole
children. nationally distributed Colt 49 Malt Liquor at its four breweries as well as National Beer at stocks, against the best harassed the&1pr. most of the ball and, on the exchange
Rod and Ree'Fishermen's Its Baltimore brewery; Regal Beer at its Miami brewery; Altes Beer at its Detroit brewery Jrivers." the first half, shooting and rebounding Pritchett was fouled. He sank
and,A-l Beer at its Phoenix brewery The Hueytown boy proved be relentlessly for the first of two shots, giving
Special could run with the best for 39-37 Intermission advantage. the Rams an 80-77 lead with
Aggies Bomb Daytona 500 he won three Grand National Grambling set its strategy for :20 to play and what turned out'
11-2-1-1
the second half with
races In the 1966 season, to be the margin of differencesThough
coming borne In front Oxford, tone press and immediately they played cautiously
r:1: :. Morgan, 91-68 Starting Field 1 y Maine, Islip, N. Y. ancIBeltsvUle. took over. With All-American after the first 14:53 of the
James Jones
candidate
Md. And the car he shooting game, with three of their big
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SEQ. Seen ImpressiveDAYTONA D aS did it In was a 1965 Cbevelle. and driving with consummate men in foul trouble early the
!j r.l: '!. GREENSBORO. N. C. The u QiI Now the gamble he took in skill, the Tigers pulled ahead Rams eased ahead 48-39 at
%.s nit tes l' ALT College Aggies recently BEACH Fla. 1965 has paid off. He'll be In as Richie: Johnson and Emanuel halftime with Prltchett com
bombed the Morgan State With 70 of the world's fastest a car that Is sure to be competitive Cannon swept both boards. bining with Mack Daughtry and
College Bears 91-68InaCIAA late model stock cars entered, with any car on the Jones poured in 27 points Joe Potter to lead the Ram
':' i basketball game played hereat the Daytona 500 at Daytona By Mary Whitman track in the Daytona 500 before an attentive audience offensive.
the Charles Moore Gymna International Speedway on The world of animals fascln. A quiet, modest man, Allisonis that included the TSU team. Daughtry a leader on defense
sium. Sunday Feb. 26, Is assuredthe stet children not without faith in himself Hpwie Davis; with 12. and ill evening for, the Rams,;
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. Alt i built up a 15-polnt at most Impressive starting A child loves their diversity. "I have known I wanted to bea Johnson, with 11, also aft in Inlshed with 15 points followed
neck, cat's claws an
A giraffe a
Described by enthuilMtlo spin halftime, bat took complete field In its history. elephants trunk a lambs woolor race driver shoo I was nine double digits for the Tigers.Calvin by Poltier with 12. Mel Jones,
WO and fly fishermen M the "..reat.elt charge of the ball game beginning Only the 50 fastest cars will a bird wingspread all bringup years old, and I've been one, Martin, a talented out- dropped In 10 points but pulled,
deal since the wheel" li a with the second period. take the green flag at 12:30 question and encourage close of sorts ever since I was 17. side shooter if tormented ion 20 rebounds.
handy new gadget that solves the Morgan came back' cold to i.m. on the 26th. observational powers I don't want to brag, but I knowin Grambl fig with points. William Gilmore led the
problem of carrying flies and and Books about animal life are a The TSU Tigers are now 9-10
stanza
start the second
heart that if I have
These will be determinedby my good Vlldcats attack with 26 points,
lures, does away with torn shirts fifty
sure of beginning a conver.
WINES and jacket, and laves haullnt went scoreless for five minutes time trials on Feb. 12 and nation way with a youngster, equipment I won't shame the over-all and a.151n SWAC play. ollowed by Walter Johnson's'
a tackle box while the Aggies Increased the Feb. 20-23 and by two 100-mile folks who provided it." ** ** ,9,
Its a flexible, magnetic band bulge to 30 points leading 63-33.: Grand National races on Friday 1 I
that measures six Inches long, Big man in the scoring barrage ,
Feb. 24.With .
one Inch wide and comes In two was Sylvester "Soapy" Adams "YOUR DOLLAR ;
convenient useful itylesMaglband zi the Daytona 500 purse
who led all scorers with
BIG 101 has two pin clasps now standing at better than
one at either end that's easily points, but four other Aggies $196,000 not including lap I BUYS MORE '
attached to the fisherman's hat. hit in double figures, Including: money none of the 70 drivers / 1 1
shirt or Jacket to hold flies and William aimer with 17 points figure to take it easy in quali ,
lures Maglband has adhesive and who also grabbed 13 re- fying. A light foot on the throttle AT YOUR BANNER ,
backing and Is also flexible so It bounds and Ted Campbell and
will mean failure to make the
UAH can be cut and fitted Into .the with 10 points
Daryl Cherry
lures tackle and box flies compartment so the box to Is hold always each. Campbell led In field.All of Detroit's t hottest FOOD STORE"t'J'i fi1YOUR )

meat iwlth ncr uncled, rebounding with 14 grabs. machinery, will be.on display ,t PRICES GOOD :
hooks Or this style can be af Robert Gordon and Earl In the 500, and It wfll be bandied HOME 'TOWN GROCER" RICH SARESERYED tsATURD"Ay' I
flied lon gijflejn,the boat Holmes led the Morgan attack
by practically all of the great
with 16 each.
Watch points stock car drivers In the country. I -
The win ALT a 11-1
gave
Cheese frm I lint Types The entry lists reads like aToll
.1 his Clown mark for the season 10-2 In call of the mighty: Richard AJAX GOLD MEDAL
...fl.., sure I* plea, CIAA play The loss left Morgan St
Petty A. J. Foyt Fred KRAFT
45-41-32 with a 3-11 overall average Lorenzen, Mario Andrettf Paul 59C DETERGENT SIZE 59Q FLOUR

FINE SHERRY 61-254-31 Goldsmith Lee Roy Yarbrough, OIL OT.

PALE DRY SHERRY Guy Rodgers Jim Paschal David Pearson 10IBS.
4 Curtis Turner DarelDlerlnger
5 59t
CREAM SHERRY FIRM ICEBERG
Jerry Grant, Don
WHITE PORT 7 2 Wants White Bobby Allison, Sam CHICKEN or THE SEA 14C .
To CoachGuy Lund Bobby $1 HEAD
RUBY PORT McQuagg Tiny 3' LETTUCE
3 :' 6 Isaac, Dick Hutcherson, and, TUNA S PLAIN SELF RISING
TAWNY PORT the from England Innes Ireland
Rodgers sparkplug CAN
RICH MUSCATEL 74 90 54 of the Chicago Bulls basketball Grand Prix ace.
60-7-23 team, confides In the February The opening day of qualifying- HERSHEf'SSUGAR MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
PURE BLACKBERRY Issue of Ebony magazine that Feb. 12-should provide action
he wants to coach when his of the all-out sort, for much i
Sometimes He's UpS metroes Is at stake that day. *: 57' .
playing days are over.
Try Them All He He's works Down, He all adds,.subtracts.. However he adds that "I think The fastest man on the 12th -=. 28 $
around. I have several more good years will get the Inside pole spot
98-73-9 of bultetbaJ.1lent' for the 500, the inside pole LIMIT ONE PLEASE IIITI LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH
The former Temple All- position in the first of the
American who was traded to two GN100-milersanda$5,000 110.CII OR MORE[ FOOD ORDER $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

COMING ATTKAl: ?.. the Bulls by the San Francisco bonus. With the likes of Foyt,
Warriors has been playing in .Goldsmith Petty Yarbrough, '
44-16-82 the shadows of such NBA greats Dlerlnger and others shooting AZALEA SMOKED HAMS U.S. NO.1 1 OQO

u Bob Cousy and Wilt for the cash and the pole cars 10 us.03y
MAN'S' DAYSTVUMBERED Chamberlain, but, Ebony points will be driven to the last whisper POTATOES
out, this year Rodgers has come of power. SHANK PORTION
into his own. The present qualifying markat DEL MONTE FIESTACUT
'
"He Is finally receiving the the Speedway is 178.660
'Man's' Days are Numbered.' recognition be deserves," m, p. h., set by Lee Roy GREEN
Health and Fortune Can I Be Ebony states Yarbrough last July In a Dodge a 49C'WHOLE
Yours When You' Know ,Your. Only six feet tall in a league Charger Lee Roy says It won't BEANS
.Lucky Days where giants commonplace, stand up against this year's MIX ciNS .5 "
Lucky Colors etc. Rodgers has developed into one assault. He, as well as many (
Send. 12.00 for your of professional basketball's other experts, feel that 180m. SLICED 1
't ,Horoscoro Guide for better ball handlers. "He's the p, h. will be required to 59'OR C BEETS 303
y nlrrw' FebruaryFill toughest guy in the league to get the pole. L,. JAR FOR "
take the ball away from." K. HALF OR
in me blank below and mall C. Jones of the Boston Celtics
to ZODIAC Post Office Box declared. Ldd Q.o4lAkld WHOLE -',

I 1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla. Ebony magazine calls Rodgers BEETS JARMATCH
the "Johnny Va It.. of LEAN SHORTRIBS $1 ;
Dislributtd by NAME pro basketball." He has been I
SEABOARD scvtiueE: CO i STREET -" the most exciting player on the BY 0.14 BOB_ BREWSTER Slur, OF BEEF
'DATE OF BIRTH Bulls since they Joined the NBA 11_" ,,. "."", : 303

JACICoONVllLl'LA. EL ,1151 I L--- .. Mo. Day this season DON'T IGNORE THE OBVIOUS ,
About the' time a guy, starts SPINACH CANS-
thinking be knows something
about fishing an Incident occurs lB.49C

and that ridicules disproves years all of the experience theories ., FLA GRADE "A" FRESH MEDIUM '

"Why will some of the best
catches this coming' season be
made In the most unlikelyplactsT EGGS 3rFLORIENT 3
ask the fishing author! WOODSMEN SLICED '
ties at Mercury outboard And! .
how come many ef these prised 59'BACON
lunkers willall to novice |
whoa angling tactics are unfit i.,
tend by rules and strategy the]
"old hand" religiously observes ROOMDEODORANT
Like where to ash, for Instance '
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS 101.48C

No knowledgeable' angler will ,
fish around a swimming float, HAIO
preferring to run several miles

up It the takes lake a to rank a "secret"beginner cove to SHAMPOO B 480BLOl MARCAL PASTEL .

splash a plug up close to ,the 1 DC.
Host Often he connect. EarlyIn NAPKINS 7o .CT
1 i AJ7IrrDVmrw.thTL the morning, before the
commotion starts, these spot
afe temporary hideouts for bin TOO SAVE 53tfOUIULA
) flsh MARCAL WHITENAPKINS .

Don't pass up the obvious| 4/. SAY(. 10'CT 1 1QO
places, however absurd they may,
seem You never know what the VICKS 200 3X 3 ]80
water holds until you trY

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In most
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economic opportunity,
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Be It Enacted by the Legislature tales. You earn $75 to $150 If
of the State of you're keen. Fringe benefits.'
Florida: Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 232
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Section 1. The city of /
Jacksonville shall appropriate
expend and pay to
greater Jacksonville I I.E0'SShe 6a
economic opportunity, inc., se
a corporation not for profit, ; i iN
Repiriif
t' the sum of one hundred
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said greater Jacksonville 1
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in providing for: ((1)) A program Is Our hit Basins "
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