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I i Attorney
Clark special aide to the
National Director oftheNAACP
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( Food announced last week that
i't. .:" the Fund plans to rerun to
;, "< .' court to bring the' Rillsboro
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Raines StudentIs Auto Accidents Racists Win ..,. .., .. .'., ..t.c' .t./...., brief NAACP members branch of last the re-court week to

decision on school desegrega
Named .,," ."
tion.
By "
Court Review '" .. The Committee Is concerned
"
COI Bennett. Fatal To Jaxons ... with the failure of the School
,. OH Segregation ; system to give consideration

WASHINGTON D. C.-A / : to competent Negroes for top
Jacksonville Negro youth li I Two Juan, one a serviceman on leave from Ft Bennlng, NEW ORLEANS-CNPO -The '. .. ." :.\':'>'\:'> .. ..c. administrative and policymaking -
among 10 students nominatedas I Ga.-were killed In separate accidents early this week on u.s. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ,';; ..:;:.. :.J.,.II', '-< positions within the
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candidates for admission to I U ,1 last week agreed to review I."I. ..:'W'; HUlsboro County School

the U. S. Merchant Marine I a decision made on) Dec. N F ,, -.. ...... System.
Academy by U. S. Representative The soldier, Arthur Davis, In a collision at UJS.l-near 30 which called for complete PLANNERSThe Annual Dinner Meeting Committee of the Jacksonville Also considered, wasfllllsboro's
Charles E. Bennett 19, of 2107 Davis St, was 45th StMoron Inflation of all schools m Urban proposed Bond
League is shown here from left, seated: Mrs. I. W. Williams,
killed when his collided passenger In a the ,Issue. Little would
He Is Edwin Roussell Fletcher car was a -natiou in September in or no money
senior at William Raines Hlgb, with a tractor-trailer on VS. Kindergarten, elementary sod Mrs. Pauline Coffee Dr. H. H. Satterwhite, Board Chairman of the be allocated to bring schools,

School and son of Mr. and Mrs latMoocrlefRd.: high school and of all facilities League and Mrs. Asa M. Gardiner. Standing are: Clanzel T. Brown largely attended by Negroes
Davis was prooouced dead on !r1 Including cafeteria, athletics Executive Director of the League, Allyson< Wise, and Lewis J. up to the same level of other

arrival at Duval Medical Center extra auricular Carter III. The event scheduled for February 20, 1967 in the scnools in the county. ,
(after the 2:56: *.m., accident activities faculties. The Committee.: noted that
Exhibition Hall of the Civic
Auditorium with the Honorable
| HIs girlfriend,Mary Edwards, The decision decreed that the Negroes are being asked to
19, of 1558 W. 26th St., was school: desegregation guidelinesof William J. Page Jr. of Atlantic, Regional Director of the Department "play ball," but the Superintendent ,

Injured in the wreck. She was 4 1 1Jc. the VS.Department of Health of Health Education and Welfare as the main speaker will left Heroes off Ms

f'r listed In satisfactory condition Education and Welfare would provide an opportunity for Jacksonville area residents to demonstrate "team."

at DMC. be adopted as minimum requirements moral and visible support of, the of the Urban Miss Jean Fairfax, Research
many programs
Patrolmen E., E. Wells andJ. for all schools. Director for the Fund, served

w,.Cunningham said Darts Appeals were made by Loal U i League, ,, "," ., y, lrAY M: ., i as consultant for the meeting '"'
.J failed-tonrtop tor'r stop sign ana and Alabama"ancI It. was. Present at the meeting were "
.
oo Moncrlef: Road and collided .. .,1I asked that the 12 Judges of' Names Negro Aide Miss Nancy ''Adams another
with the south-bound truck. ;;. ; ,the court should sit on a renew Research Consultant, and
Both occupants were thrown : of the case since two Several Negroes Attorney James B. Sanderllnv:
'
I from the car, and Davis was : : of the three Judges banded down Maryland Governor Andrew Faraca Is Chairman

found under the truck, ht $ .. the decision were opposed by'' of the Education: Committee.
the officers r, orted. 'u. one who dissented. ANNAPOLIS, Md. -QOPIGov. )>-
Davis' body may be viewed ilCUo- iTHim"Dm- The Jurists for the decision Spiro T. Agnew has named Expected To Run
I 160
at Carter's Funeral Home were Judges John Manor Wos- the first Negro aide to the staff Vacancies
In crash
.killed
dom of Maryland governor.He .
from. 6 p.m. Friday until 9.30: New Orleans and Homer
p.m. Saturday prior to shipment sports car driven by Otis Lee Thornberry, Austin,Texas,The Is Dr. Gilbert Ware,assistant !I. Job CorpsA
EDWIN R. FLETCHER to Cordle. Ga. for burial. Gavin, 22, of 2171 W. 49th St dissenter was Judge William director, federal program
For House SenateSam
...vins nomination Gavin lost control of the car Harold Cox, Jackson Miss. division, UjS.ClvilRlgbts commission
KILLED IN SPORTS CAR and swerved Into truck The order for review who took one of six ,
Oscar, of 1906 MacLean Rd a parked a provides total of 160 young men arc
The young men will competefor In another accident on the carrying a 22-ton load to be that the school boards new program coordinator positions. still needed to fill vacanciesIn

the eight spots allotted to same highway Willie B.Morgan used In checking truck scales, will file any additional briefs Jones Verle Pope .the Job Corps said Gordon
will be between May Oppose
whose
Ware
Florida to the Kings Point, 22. of West 20th St was killed the Florida Highway Patrol within two weeks and opposing pay and a Punsbon, manager of the Youth

New Others York, Academy.nominated: by Rep. Prisoners Tell saw After crashing Into tbs truck parties days will to have file seven answering additional year, will$17,000 specialize relations$21,000 In welfare and- J 3 Tampans. Eyeing Seats In HouseAs Opportunity Punshon reported Center.that 40 young

Bennett for the admission ,the sports car spun away and briefs. human men have made application to
examination were: hit a car driven by Erroll The UA Justice Department health. the Friday' deadline approaches for qualifying for House ,enter into the Job Corps sine
James Samuel Cooper Jr., Of Race Hate Johnson, 25, of 7878 Tipplt was the plaintiff In the case. tie wui help oversee the activities and Senate seats under the recent court-order reapportionment January, 1967, and the Center
4660 Nottingham Rd., a seniorat Ave Johnson was not Injured. The court provided for filing of all areas of govern-) several Negroes were expected to seek election to both Florida Is in hopes enrolling at least
NPI Two Gavin admitted to Duval of briefs only but three meat in an effort to end houses
Robert E. Lee High School; BERLIN -< >- Negro wu Judges xOO young men before
Thomas Michael Deagan, 7411 soldiers freed by East Germany Medical Center. wanted to rule that further oral duplication and produce unityIn It was learned front a reliable Partisan Committee: for Group>> JUDe 1987.Punshon .
Plnevllle Drn a senior at Nathan have revealed discrimination I arguments should be permitted. state programs. State source' that Sam Jones, of Action (N-PCGA) Tampon said that young men
at
them by their j Ware taught Morgan Jacksonville vice between the of 16 and 21
B. Forrest High School; Keith mlnst which be a presidentof Warren Dawson described the ages ,
College, from graduated
Lyle Dobson, 1039 Pheasant Communist captors. the Civil the 6lortda Voters League meeting as "a historic momentfor who arc unemployed and who
Moses Reese Herrln and before Joining would qualify for the Senate have been school dropouts for
Dr., a senior at Rlbaolt High the Negroes In this aces"
CIVIL commission In 1964.
School; and Carroll Everett Frederic Matthews said the RIGHTS Rights House seat In opposition to Dawson hit at the dele tloo at least three months or more
Gray, 5119 Corsair Ave, a Reds singled them out for Verle Pope, the veteran f are eligible to apply for the
senior at Nathan B. Forrest special abuse In prison and ROUNDUPONLY "YM" Enrollment St. Augustine legislator 1. lob Corps.
Hlch School .All are from refused to allow them to bathe, At least two Negroes from 'Z Enrollees In the Job Corps,
Jacksonville.Also since their dark skins the Tampa area announced their unshon pointed out will receive
nominated were:Franklin supposedly masked the dirt Drive Sets Record Intention earlier this week to oom and board, work clothing,
Lee Hagenbeck, 5759 Cedar anyway. ONESJACKSON seek election to the House nodical and dental care at no
"''I 'jJ
Forest Dr. South, a senior at Herrln and Matthews, a pair Miss/-.(NPl)-The NAACP and the Urban League Volunteer campaigners In the of Representatives.The t. / cost to the enrollee and will
Nathan B. Forrest High School; of es-G a, were convicted Just remained toe only rights organisation In the South not suffering -, 1987 Johnson Branch YMCA announcement ,was made :' be paid $30.00 a month for
David Jenks King 3856 Bess. before Christmas, 1965, on from a decline In funds and contributions militant rights Membership Enrollment have :in Tampa last Monday night ;I(' ) spending money. In addition.
Rd., Jacksonville,now attending charges of trying to help refugees groups appeared to be lagging as from Northern rolled up an Impressive 70% after a cross section of Negroes lID enrollee will receive $50.00
Gordon, Military College, escape to the West. whites withered away In the wake of a "white backlash" and of the total goal In only three In the area organised a NonPartisan for every month spent In the
Barnesvllle,: Ga; Ronald Duane Herrin said the people in West fear of militant Negro demanded Dr. Martin Luther King'sSouthern report sessions "This Is by Committee for Group Job Corps.
Lantow, 14238 Pleasant Point Berlin had "been very nice Christian Leadership suffered a 40 per cent loss far the highest percentage for -. .. Punshon added that the Center
Lane, Jacksonville Beach, a to me" after his release. In contributions in a year. The Mississippi Freedom Demo- the shortest length of time of' 1 ROBERT GTLDFRof das sent over 300 young men
senior at Duncan U. Fletcher The two were in a group of cratic Party was ,almost out of business. SNCC and CORE any of tile previous seats in to JobCorpaClAterstbroaPout
two
the sow
High School; Harold Jack four Americans released frem also reported cutbacks. But the NAACP and the Urban League eorol1m bts." L. M. Argrett the reapportioned new legislature the nation since October, 196S.
East German before talked of expanding their Southern aper Iona. The Jacksonville roc is a
McDonald Jr., 5314 Poppy Dr., an prison Membership Committee Chairman to Citrus, Hernando and Pasco
their full sentence part of the Florida State
Jacksonville, a freshman at St. serving said. Counties He accused the local
Johns Junior College, Palatka, SHORT-SIGHTED? The 1C this year Is attempting sine representatives of attempting Employment Service that
Fla. White Cop ClearedIn NEW YORK-(NPI>7e "short-sightedness" of Negro and a one-month tight schedule of to take "squatters specialises in assisting young
white rights leaders has been blamed for the loss of rights renewals orderto people 16 through II years
Powell Probe Costs Slaying Of movement's opportunity to make a total drive for ,Negro membership make the campaign less rights" on their own the seats Negro while of age with their employment
equality. Daniel P. Moynl an, author of a report on the strenuous on the volunteer overlooking problems and has the
the
Estimated More Than Negro Policeman Negro family, foresaw Increased racial unrest and bitterness workers and the public.Executive two electorate new seats and to delegating counties which responsibility for recruiting:
In the wake of the movement's failure to win national supportfor Director N. T, screening, selecting and enrolling -
His MisspendingWASHINGTON its demands." Writing In Commentary Magazine, be said Urquhart said the sborttermpIaI have only a few tboeandvcters young men for the Job'CotpIla
NPD Police than the inDELANO
CHICAGO Negroes
(
-
U officials have- exonerated a whites generally feel that Negroes "have received enough for helps to Involve mortpIqIJ.e r more--r' -.... ; the Jacksonville area,
-IT* going J
the time being. Punshon aid.IDtemted .
to do the Job with less L" "
cost that special Hoes i white policeman who killed ani I JONES men are'
young
Investigating committee moretbaa i oiNduty Negro policeman in a SENTENCED work for all concerned. .Jo seek Senate seat "..." Invited to come to the
$3 for every dollar allegedly > gun battle with a store bandit. ATLANTA-CNPI-A white man, for one of the first times Urquhart said the Johnson \ .I,. Jacksonville Youth Opportunity
for travel bjhighfly police William Y. Bell was convicted In the of a Branch Is fortunate this year loo !
mlspent la Southera history has been slaying the services of a Tampans are DelanoS. Center at 400 West Ashley st.
In
James securing
Policeman "
lag Adam ClaytonPowell. i slain by sentenced to life Imprisonment -
Negro. William J. James was Stewart Monday through ,Friday
real worker and hard-hitting a Tampa attorney
said to havebeen
Reynolds, who was The
for killing Hulet M. Varner, Jr., 18, Sept 10.
d and Robert Gilder
la the president
The committee has i thought Bell was shooting atandUCt touched off four nights of race rioting.'James" Ja'ffJ.r campaigner person
slaying .
Satterwhite of the Tampa Branch of the
Pair FreedTALLAHASSEE
,
battle following Dr. Hunter H.
allocated $Z5OOO to e I him during a gun said be would appeal the verdict
NAACP. All
Chairman.Dr. are Democrats.A .
Its five-week Powell probe., a $1,112 holdup en theb General Campaign Al
Andrew Robinson and Mrs. third likely candidate from
Most of the expense win i I Southslde.i LEADER DEAD Two
for legal fees and travel costs i Police a Orlaodow.Wilson WASHWGTOJMNPO-Wrgtala McQdre, 76. former president Emma Moran, 1966 Campaign' the St Peteraburg Petermaa.: -Tampa area .r tfeCerson County men who
Is Frank .
of witnesses called to telWT.Wbat' ., said Bell's death was Washington NAACP branch, died at her home following Co-Chairman are beading up an attorneywho "" went on trial on charges
Ironic Is that the chlel l[ unpreventable and said be knew ,a long Illness. A former member of t the District Board of the Education Division and polled 43,16 vows In the STEWART of assault with latent toeo..U
of no action the Police Bishop Sadie Gibson and Rev.F. 1968 election but lost to his HlOsboro County alone.SecreiiryTreascrer.
charges against Powell Is all i Education, she was a noted rights leader. Mrs. McGuire was firstdegreemurder
white
the Republican
> Department can take to prevent D. Richardson opposition.Poterman C., connection with
free-wheeling are of public: : cited by the Washington<< Afro-American for "courage and n
funds for private travel. U antheM i I a "recurrence'of a tragedy of Integrity" la 1953. She helped find Marian Anderson a placeto Community Division. The new was quoted as saying. Blythe Andrews announced that the shooting of a white
of Instances where Powell 1 this nature. sing when she was barred by the Daughters of the American volunteer workers' In the 1967effort Til "definitely be running a total of S4<9 was collected service station operator inMontleeUo
his No disciplinary action was have been a big factor again. from the group to qualify the
charged air fare to i: Revolution from singing la Philadelphia's Constitution were acquitted
committee account are totaleft ,; planned against the whitepoUcema. Ball la 1939. in the outcome to date of the In caning the meeting for the candidates: and help with. the last week.t .
organization ft the NOD1 -
campaign. eampI1&D.
comes to about 1000.



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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company : : S ) :t
By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.
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) ECONOMIC SECURITY PROGRAMS
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NEGRO ?
PRElMJJOTERNATIONAL The history of social reform in the United States shows that

1 M major advances like social security or medicare are described
t" as radical when first proposed, then gradually become part of
ERIC 0. SIMPSON Edith the accepted range of public policies and art enacted into law
.....Mai.tiif of The idea
5 with the general approval of all shades opinion. of
guaranteeing to all American families an income floor beneath
HILDA WOOTEK.......Circilalicn Manager ", ( k \\.a Thick no one Till be allowed to fall is another such Idea now

-- gaining wdespread acceptance.
The Idea, thought so radical just a few years
2323 Moocrlef Road Phone Elfin 4-6782 ago, is now being proposed by a range of persons -
covering a political spectrum from Dr.
Mailing Address Leon Keyserllng former economic aide to 12

President Truman, to Professor Milton Fried- I

P.O. Boi 599 Jacksonville, Florida 32201 man, who was Barry Goldwater's economic
advisor, and has been endorsed by the Pre
sident's National Commute on Technology, Automation, and
MIAMI OFFICE Economic Progress, which Included some of the nation's most

successful businessmen.
5018 NW 7tb Ave. Phil 751-3879 tr Income maintenance plans take many forms, but the most
popular seems to be that of a negative income tax. Under this
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4 f proposal (and there are may variations of It), families or'
One Year $6. 00 Half Year $4.00 % I4 ,h Individuals whose incomes fall below the poverty limits
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Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States v would receive cash payments to bring them spin or near those

V., Subscription payable in advanoe s' limits. For a family of four earning $1,000, this would mean
4 which would their income to the $3,000
Send Check or Money Order to: getting payments bring
f poverty level (or a bit less under some of the plans As their
FLORIDA STAR P, 0. BOX 599 earning Increased the cash payments would be reducedby (for

Jacksonville 1.Florida example) 50 percent, thus giving them Incentives to earn more
9 Rl al 4' h and not penalizing them with total withdrawal of the payments
Ix These payments would stop when, the. family. ralseditseif tbove
Professor Reapportionment Cost PenniesIt I F ,- ;;:: ', 1\W'J\ ;>1A41 1 d5':. J. the Another:e-r'ti&proposal. calls for -family--- -allowances- -- similar: to those

provided by other industrial nations. Canada, for example,
provides cash payments to families, giving a set amount to
was last week that we emphasized the WORK! each child. These payments are considered right not based
reasons why the Florida Legislature'' found UNLESS YOU FORGET..MERCHANTS OF HATE ARE STILL AT on need, and since they are partially based on school attendance

it difficult tp reapportion itself. You have reduced dropouts sharply.
noted that the reasons were obvious, sinceno Another plan calls for far-reaching expansion of present

legislator wanted to be dis- - - --- -- -.- -- - -- programs like social security and unemployment insurance,
placed. Perhaps juggling of increasing payments and covering persons not now eligible.
population--
Still another plan would provide a guaranteed annual Incomein
including; thickly-populated Negro fI f-------I the form of straight cash payments to all persons below
sectionsmay, have been in the pictureto YOUR Weekly 1 the poverty line, with opportunltes for public employment for

balance political vote power. 1 those In this group who can work.

The Florida Legislature tried three: times There are almost as many plans as there are people studyingthe
and failed 1 problem of poverty, but what they all have in common Is
and it cost the taxpayers
1 the realization that affluent the United States
; a country as as
allegedly $12,000 per day the lawmakers' Horoscope Guide cannot tolerate the grinding ooverty that afflicts so many millions -

were convened. *.* of people and which perpetuates itself from generation

But Professor Manning Dauer, 57, of the to generation.The .
University of Florida political science : 4' j benefits of a national economic security program would
be great. It would eliminate poverty In that no family wouldbe
department, did the Job and it cost the By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER >* deprived of the means for the basic essentials necessaryfor

citizens only postage. The plan was approved I survival. By becoming a matter of right, like social security -

by federal district court at I it would eliminate the stigma of welfare. By replacing

Miami. : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 in part, the present welfare system, it would release millionsof
'Last.week, we told you that certain folks 1 dollars of local welfare funds to the cities for use In coping
1 1I with the range of problems facing local governments. It wolud
would howl whenever the court
adopted a free welfare workers from their meaningless load of paper-
plan not drafted by the Legislature. Sure I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL i work and police-like surveillance of their clients, and permit

enough, the complaints are being printedin them to utilize their social work training In counseling and

the newspapers. : Irrr.rrrrrrr training people.

Tallahassee Democrats Malcolm} Johnson, '; .. 1-------.- rrrr.rr.rrrr, The entire nation would benefit because the incre moods
; ;' ..,' chasing power available to the poor would be spent
the .... .. .. awn'J .
usnaj.JyTTakjes opposite side of '" rMM.x
.hg : "-' --' ..... .. and services;stimulating the economy and creating anymore
most everything ii--got' a S 6f1eT'dfgr- CANCER LIBRArr' CAPAIC09d' Jobs. The poor would benefit ttecuase: they would be restoredto

in try i n g'to belittle a UP political ARIES BORN JUNE BORN a decent minimal level of life, without being subjected) to
science professor BORN MARCH 1 SEPT.23rdOCT. ?. BORN DEC. the indignities now built into the system of welfare, and the
I 22ndJULY 22od overwhelming majority of poor people now not receiving welfare -
'One man set in a cloistered tower of 21th APRIL 19th 23rd 22ndIAN.. 19th assistance of any kind, would get the help previously

political science at the Speed up slowly. This couldbe Overboard with It. It Is denied them. Only about 7 1/2 million persons receive welfare -
drew up one man's version of a reapportionment Go by the book. Intuition, and one of the more productive pleasant to look back on the payments, the great majority of them children or aged
plan, said Johnson. When Which and perhaps other people with whom periods of the month although good old days and to compare people, out of the 34 million poor people In the country.
sealed the ballot intoan should when? Hunches you are in contact, may be advising you would hardly ever guess them favorably with the Perhaps most Important is that a national Income security
Dr. Manning Dauer be genuine and plentiful, you strongly to follow it during the first few days. modern ones. The one faultto program would restore Incentives to wbrk. The basic response
envelope with maps and addressed it knowing how to separate them a certain course of action. Some definite change of heartor find with this argument is people to increased Income is to seek still more money. The
via U. S. mail to U. S. Judges Jones, from what can be purely Necessity could be urging you circumstances will have to that; maybe they were not so present welfare system penalizes initiative by reducing pay-
Dyer, and McRae." wishful thinking. If one that to select one that Is of an take place before you can know good after all and that, today, ments for every dollar earned by the Individual; the plans I
Malcolm Johnson even went so far as to termination urges waiting until after the absolutely different nature.The for sure Just what could be we possess many more have discussed would stimulate Initiative, not kill It.
belittle the fact that the professor's'free' start of the weekend to task may be to weigh both sides i I i done and where beaded This comforts and advantages that If the economy continues to grow at nearly the present rate,
on the course that may and to arrive at the decision means feeling your way through make life worthwhile Those the present tax rates will yield a surplus of many billions of
service were in giving Florida a bring you closer to stability, that will serve future as well and allowing your Instincts to leaning toward the past may dollars, more than enough to pay for an economic security
workable reapportionment plan.In I and security for the whole as Immediate interests best. furnish the lead when you are discover that they are missing plan. So the question Is not whether the nation can afford It,
our opinion, the citizens of Floridaowe which family, It is the only one to This Is not an easy task, under fortunate enough to possess' out on all the excitement that but whether It can afford not to Inaugurate such a program
Professor Dauer a great amount of Otherwise you should pay heed to. any circumstances. Ask the them. As soon as the signal is going on around us today.
avoid actions that experts each In their particular to strike out comes out, loud For Instance, there are other
gratitude for doing 'what a State Legislature are detrimental to Job or well- fields to give the necessary and clear, as it should, do so' things to learn, new fields to
with around 200 men didn't 'do. being and nurse along the belief clues. It could be hazardousto at once filled with confidenceof conquer, and strange places to THIS WEEK IN
If Professor Dauer were a political con that outstanding k 111. will, Jump to conclusions,travel success. be visited all of which can
shortly obtain the
suIting firm which specialized in such they deserve recognition too far or too fast, or to engage 4.90.99.16.550 generate plenty of excitement.:

matters as reapportionment, he could 8.90.33.15.181 In verbal. controversies 7-50-88-16-329. NEGRO

easily have earned a $100,000 fee, withno 1-40-77-18-903 SCORPIO HISTORYFeb.
AQUARIUS
BORN OCT.
questions asked. I TAURUS

Mr. Johnson in his column "Well, I 2m. NOV 22nd BORN IAN.20I.FEB. 12, 1790 Antislavery Uemorlum signed by Benjamin
Declare' posed this question 'How BORN APRIL Franklin.
: It can be so. The old adages 18th
how could he (Professor Dauer) have done LEO about rolling stones gathering
Revise policies. There
20th-
MAY 20thIt's seemsto
this wonderous thing that has for ten no moss, or distant pastures be little reason to question Feb 12, 1809 Abraham Lincoln, the Great Emancipator and
years baffled the most and best political a spur. The lack of response BORN IDLY looking greener, have their the fact that you may have to 16th President of the United States, was born in Harding
or appreciation on the 23rd UG. 22nd counterparts that negate them make drastic County Kentucky.Feb. .
minds the people could elect, the clever- adjustments of
part of friends or someone entirely. Sometimes it is
est lawyers the, Bar has deigned to admit, dear to you may provide Just Here it comes. Change and necessary to seek other climes an fit economic in with nature the in orderto 12, 1859 Arkansas Go?. Elks N. Conway signed Into
and the most astute judges the President the fire needed to set one off more change may be the order In order to get out of a rut It not present be situation. law an act of the General Assembly expelling all treed
could select and robe from among his amid a shower of flying sparks of them the tlu/d( quarter. Many of or to make one's fortune. And But after all may, there is easy little Negroes and mulattoes from the State of Arkansas.
could as a
supporters whd ,also! had friends in theU. There Is little doubt that you appear complete persons with special talents In this world that is when it
1 may have to face an emotional surprise, although you or skills have to seek greener has to do with the necessitiesof Feb. 12, 1865 The Rev Henry H. Garnett, pastor, 15th Street
S. Senate should have had many signsto Presbyterian Church, Washington D. C.became the
upheaval to which you are pastures where they may first Negro,
Words, words, Mr. Johnson! Any citizenwith likely to respond In your own the effect that they were nurture them and turn themto Face making whatever one's it way-Is that in life. minister to deliver a sermon In the U. S. House of Represen'
mind knows full well why coming. While they may be you tatives.
an average fashion. Some could even get more profitable ends.Broken have to face with the firmestof
it took ten years to try to reapportionThe married, but if this Is on the disturbing and result in hopes or hearts may cause determination '
to lick ,
Florida Legislature. Tne Tallahassee rebound, first consider the emptying you pocketbook, they some to turn elsewhere in order before it can create it Feb. 12, 1901 Conference held in New York leading to the
hold additional
kernel
a of truth. Reestablish formation
of
the National
Association for
possible consequences some to remold lives and to obtain the Advancement
Democrat columnist is not fooling anybody. where In the future. Everything a sounder and stabler happiness or fulfillment. The complications.r. f1 Colored People (NAACP).
Johnson mentioned 'the cleverest looks fairly promising in connection way of existence In the daysto opportunities that may thus be 60.55.17'- 824,

lawyers" Maybe, this was the reason with friendships come. Opportunities galore brought to the fore are Feb. 12, 16 Negro History Week initiated by Dr. Carter

why the job : took ten years and alliances,. and financial who may MI will uncovered take the7 pains the Leos to especially appealing the 20th. PISCES G. Woods

wasn't done--- hey were too clever| .And proe cts. scratch below the surface of 230663112.. BORN FEB. Feb. U, 181'1 Frederick Douglass,statesman-author-abolition
the editor remarked also, 'Thej best ..7108814410 whatever has been transpiring. ist, was born a slave In Maryland. .
political minds the people could elect. 8..56.. 44 11 .'Z38'YJfCO' ftth-MAR. 20th ,

the straight-thinking citizens are aware GEMINI ,SAGITTARIUSBORN Don't split up. UM of the Feb. 14, 1879 Blanche K. Bruce, Negro Senator from Mississippi -

that the people do not always, elect the BORN MAY ROY.23r..DEC. more serious aftermaths presided over U. S. Senate.,
'
best political minds to office. A case in ,BORN AUG. indiscretion: yours or the otherpartJ'
Governor'of 2ht- JUNE 21st 21stIt ., may be the decision Feb. 15, 1851 Shadrach, a fugitive slave, was'rescued from a
point is the new Georgia, a Boston
Don't 23fdSEPJ.22.d to break up a onion. The final courtroom by abolitionists after a decision to return
man with no political training [la n "d stumble When o i'PI' : may be time, the Inability word should not be said until him to his master had been handed down. '
I this way one minute, and that Talk it over. While there may to keep up with the modern
experience. way the next, he could finally be some very powerful ways that shift from high to all attempts to clear up misunderstandings Feb It 1826 C. L. Force
,
of Boston published the
first
,
Let the critics howl and blow: off I verbal land at the very point where separative forces at work low, suddenly and unpredictably have been made ,printed In Africa, the Liberian Herald. paper
steam to content he started. Not only will this threatening alliances in could underlie the feeling and the evidence fully weighed.
I get one nowhere, but it could general, there are others In that it is the There are possibilities that
Florida's legislative district organi among many reason wisdom will Feb. 17,1865 The KnKhaKlan:! was organised at Pulaskl Tenn.
is seriously Interfere with career close pursuit containing healing moment to make a drastic m.". or prevail, ,
zation God blessa
now approved and
may and this
and may create a better
upset family relationships. and conciliatory elements.This It could be a change ofresidence
basis for love Feb. 17,1902 Marian Anderson, famed contralto, was born In
UP political science'professor for'a Job The things that valid and cooperation
happen beyond' is reason for refusingto country or business. Philadelphia Pa.
well donehis critics to the contrary control could It Is vital for you understand, ,
uproot you take a definite stand regardIng While you may conduct an Inquiry -
notwithstanding. entirely and become the cause' marriages and divorces regarding the feasibility in good time, that once com
,
mitted to Feb. 18, 1959 Chester 8. Jackson became the first Negro
of personal anguish. But this matter how such action the one course or another,
no trying the d taking period president of the Buffalo
Municipal Baseball Association
could be needed to assume the occurences may be on the 18th. is not quite ripe during this yea may have to sock with It which ,
originated In 1913 In Buffalo
to N. T.
CURE MORE GIVE MORE responsibilities; that may be ,A new spirit of understanding or even the next month. Just for ever more This is why ,
I ,. thrust on ') shoulders you must be very deliberate,
: your and and cooperation may be fostered muddle through u best yon
ES which: you cannot should and very sure, before saying Keep freedom in your future with
or by the wonderful planetary can through the upsetting conditions -
AMERICAN CANCER SOCITYi not, refuse to carry.S aspects that highlight the 20th. that are prevalent or writing' the words that bind. U.S. SAVINGS BONDSrmJ.

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FEBRUARY U, 1981 STAR PAPERS PACE 3II

Ml. Morifih AME Planning Group Mrs. Wilson R. V. Daniels
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II r SOCIALLY : Faculty Presents

: Of Nurses AlumnaeMrs.

With Louise Gu,In yard : t Esteua Wilson was Talent Show
elected president of the Duval
The Jacksonville Urban League's Third week-end .in the, Duval County Armory. County and Stanton Vocational The R. V. Daniels School
Annual Dinner Meeting will I be held Monday More Details on this next week. Licensed Practical Nirsesv faculty Till present a talent
Alumnae In the meeting heldla show entitled, "Imitation of
evening February 20, in Civic Audi- toe home af Mrs Catherine Stars," Feb 27 in the school
torium. R R R R R R R R
Jones ludltorium.
t. The dinner and membership committees have Marie McClain entertained Gems Bridge Other officers are Mrs. The features will include son
pianneo extensively for the affair. Club last Friday 'evening in her Lincoln Geraldine Griffin, vice president shoe, square dances and the
Prospective guests have been sent convenient Circle Home. Irma Murray was guest ; Mrs. Ruth H. Winners Charleston. Imitations of such
.
.. Davis Jr ,
recording secretary; M r stars as Sammy
forms for dinner reservation and player. Susie Fields, treasurer; Kiss James Brows Mario
memberships. According to latest reports Lois Avery, Marian Walker, Catherine i. Elisabeth 101 llage. financial Anderson.., water celebrated
the response has been wonderful I and an Jackson, and Joyce Lawson were recipientsof a. secretary; Mrs Marie Taylor artists will be {ben.Among .
informative and enjoyable meeting is prizes. business manager; Mrs Ruth other participants will
anticipated. Geneva Wheeler, Evelyn Galvin, Zelma PLANNING SESSION --Members of the AmyRobinson's Winners sick chairman; Mrs be the ."New Beatles" and"Suprem
"
Johnson, Myrtis Thomas, Anne Lambert and Young Women of Allen which Catherine chairman and Jones Mrs.,Julia assistant Reid,
R R R R R R R R Marie Streets were among members present.Sophisticates functions In Mt. Morlah AM Church held
reporter To clean 4 steam iron,All it with
The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa their planning meeting recently In th'ehome The installation service win vinegar steam four minute., and
Alpha PsI Fraternity held its sweetheart R R R R R R R R of the organization's president, Mrs. be held Feb. 18 In the home of let It"Mt"for an hour.Next pour
I party Wednesday evening at Holiday House Bridge Club met I last Satur- Mary Nealey at I3U5 I W. 20th Street. Shown Mrs. Marie Taylor, 1653 W. well the vinegar with hot out water.KEN and.rinse the iron
Restaurant. day evening In the home of Irma Murray, here are members. of the group who 7th St..at 8p.m.

During the past week-end the group I IU70 West Ninth Street. Catherine Jacksonwas participated in tpe discussion of plans
celebrated Founder's. Day. The observ- guest player. for the church's activities. From left
ance was held last Sunday afternoon In Charlotte Bostick, Leona Bennett and are: Mrs. Vera Newton, sunshine chairman; t. P"k
the auditorium of Eugene J. Butler JtnlorSenfor Vermal McCone were high scorers in the Mrs. Erdell Hill financial secy. ; Mrs. ,

High School.C. I bridge session. Mary Nealy, Mrs. Edith Jackson, secy. ; iYI
0. Lott of Miami Florida Kappa's J o.h n n I e Mitchell Virginia Martin, Mrs. Delores Jackson treasurer; Mrs.
Southern Provincial Polemarch deliveredthe Mildred Hampton, Myrtis Thomas, Marie Mettle Jennings; Mrs. Mercedes Grier
address. McClain, Priscilla! Brown, Marie Streets, business mgr. ; Mrs. Margaret Williams,
Other program participants Included and Geneva wheeler were among other jsst. secy. ;
Lawrence V. Jones John 6. Darby GeorgeB. members present. (Photo by James Singleton) ::i941

Nairn Robert L. Mitchell Miss ErmaE.
Badger and George H. Hill. R R R R R R R R FAMU Coeds Display Musical talents I

Delta Psi local undergraduate chapterof Miss Sylvia Cardelle Law r e n c e,
Kappa, was presented. brlde-eler.t of March 25 was honored witha
Members of Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of lingerie snower last 'luesda> evening.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority were special Carolyn Lawrence was hostess.
guests. Among guests were Helen Wright Jeanette

Ross, Sonja Roberts, Wanda Brown
R R R R R R R R
Catherine Thomas, Charlotte Bostick, and
The Royal Vagabonds Club, Inc. sponsoringits Mrs. Carrie Lawrence, mother of the bride-) -
Thirty-ninth Anniversary Dance this elect.


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choral music major at F FAMU posed for this photo after presenting -Invites You To Listen To-
a unique muslcall program during the Kappa Delta PI
annual vespers recently Miss Combs U the daughter of Dr. and '
MM. W.E.Combs of Tallahassee and Miss Davis the daughter BIG BAND
Itf. of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Davis of Winter Haven. From left
i i to right are: Mrs. Beatrice Robinson, chairman of the Kappa
tl+ Delta Pi program committee; Rev.C.C.Cunningham presidentof "DANCE PARTY"HlM.1
the organlution; Miss Davis 'Miss Combs; and Dr. E. B.
I Martin, counselor. FAMU staff onoto hv Ernest uiyau
11:30: til 12:00: Satorday 9 p.m.
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The newly-organised Guys and Dolls Social Club held Its members axe: Henry Adams,'Brenda Albertle Louise Bailey, let.
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I Bishops' Council Of AME Church To Hold Sessions Jacksonville I



Nt. Ararat District Celebrates Adventist
Christian Endeavor Bls."op E.C. Hatcher CALENDAR


I Hour Convenes At Church EVENTSA

Rev. A.C. Chandler|| | |Is ., News "Kiddies on Parade"contest

New St. James AME .. \ MISSIONARY TO SPEAK will be sponsored Feb. 19 at
--- -- The Bishops' Council: or the African ; Elder Lucius E. Daniels, a 3:30 p.m., In lit. Olive
The February of the Church will hold its Mid-Winter
program two-day missionary of Liberia, West Primitive Baptist Church.
Christian Endeavor Hour will In St. Paul AME Church, corner Myrtle Africa will speak Saturday at A program will be presented,
I convene in New St. James AME The Rt. Rev. Eugene Clifford Hatcher Academy 2760 and prizes will be awarded
Church Sunday at 3 p.m., Rev Episcopal District and president of the Ephesus Ave. He will deliver The activity Is being sponsored
A. D. Harris, host pastor. preside. The Rt. Rev. E. L. Hlckman vttl J1 the Edgewood 11 o'clock message and by Mr. A. M. Frazier
Youths from Edward Waters
Episcopal District Is secretary of the
of the 4:15 Youth
College. SL Stephen and SL, A. C.'Chandler is host pastor.. have charge 1111
Paul \ME-Churches will be r Me ,"J'f! Hour
Waters Elder Daniels is a native of
featured, and Bishop E. C. The'Council selected Bishop
Is St. Augustine, Fla, a graduate The Citywide Beauticians win
Hatcher will deliver the mes Carey A. Gibbs of the Seventh
Episcopal District a native band of Oakwood College,Huntsville, present a benefit style show
,
sage.
The officers have asked all Floridian, to preach the opening B. Ala. and presently is the administrator March 27 at the Duval Armory
State and Market Streets.
pastors and youth workers to sermon on Wednesday at 10 will be of the Phillip
Plane have been made to
bring delegates from their a.m. Bishop Gibbs is also and Mrs. Memorial Nursing HomeIn make
churches to vie for the attendance Chancellor of Allen University, the I Orlando, Fla. the event one of the season's
honors. Awards one of the major colleges of expected The youth and adult of the top social affair. Tickets maybe
earned during the year 1966 the AME Church.Immediately city Is invited to hear the. secured from members.

will be presented. after the morning affairs SATURDAY tfIffff
session, the Connectional host SERVICESThe
Council will meet Rev.William Chandler regular Sabbath Services
Revelation Baptist Barnes Sr., president, will a for the Ephesus Seventh Day The Westslde Community and
preside. Membership in the evening Adventist Church win be held Charity flub will celebrate its
Council Is voluntary, yet it is EVENT ---Members of District 39 of Mr. Ararat Baptist at 9:30: Saturday morning at 6th anniversary Sunday at I
Dedication Set composed of the leading ministers worship who held* their annual party in the home of Mrs. Susie the Academy. SuperintendentAaron p.m., in the Acorn Street

dedication! service will be held and laymen of the AME wives I are shown here. From left are Mrs. Edgar Hall Deacon Lockley and associateswill Community Clubhouse.
Connection and is the ideal be In charge. The lesson A program will be presentedwith
in Revelation Baptist Churchfor meeting place where same the Hall" Mrs. Mary Kellum, Malachi Mitchell Mrs. Susie topic for the day is "The Great Mrs. Josephine Fields u

the new to edifice Feb. 24, members frankly discuss the Williams president ; Grant Mickens and Mrs. Fannie Mickens. Tyrant of Prophecy." speaker. Refreshments will be
Rev. L.Telfalr
according C.
pastor. many perplexing problems sionary the r s who participated in the event include hiss Deborah Morning worship begins at 11 served. The public has been

Rev R. Logan moderator of facing the church. Distinguish of Mrs. Lizzie Black and Mrs. Hazel Williams. o'clock with Elder R. B. Invited to attend.
associate Elders
and
the Greater Messiah Association ed speakers have been Invitedto General Halrstoo
,
has asked all churchesof address the body. wives at officiating. fillf
the to be In attendance.The The banquet and welcome dining Missionary Volunteer meeting
group
churches are: New Mt. reception will be held at 8 Mrs Church Worker CHURCH NEWS begins at 4:15.Evangelistic. The Cherry Blossom Social
services Sunday Savings Club held Its election
Zion Baptist, Messiah Baptist p.m., on Wednesday in the Civic of
at 730. meeting meeJig In the home of Cooper
and Good Shepherd Baptist.The Auditorium Exhibition Hall. nights : Prayer
officers: and members of Besides Congressman Claude District Honors JERUSALEM BAPTIST 7:30 Wednesday nights. Brown with Mrs Corrie Lee
Services Sunday in Jerusalem Baptist Church will begin with GUEST SPEAKER Myles in charge
Moncrlef Baptist Church arealso .
expected. i,V4+M-I------ president Mrs. viola the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Herman Singletary Elder W. W. Fordham.General Officers elected were: Mrs.
sionary shown here presiding Conference Secretary of Lucille Jones, president; John
Feature Church, member of the The lesson, "God Yearns for the Lost," will be reviewed Seventh Day Adventist, McCloud, vice president; Mrs
To Singers of cod Saints by Rev R. W. Jackson, pastor. Washington, D. C. will be the Leon Marshall, recording
Morning service begins at 11 o'clock with the pastor in guest speaker Sunday night 7.30: secretary; Mrs Sue Foster,
At Midway AME meeting Christ Church was charge. District 6 will sponsor a pew rally at 3 p.m., with at Ephesus Academy. financial secretary; Mrs. Inez
Final eel with an Ap- Miss Jeanette Cofer as speaker. Music will be rendered by Elder Fordham was Bayless, treasurer; Mrs
The Young People's Depart- Heath, Program Douglas Anderson Chorus. Conference Evangelist of the Christine Parson, chaplain;
ment of Midway AME Church nlal --..,. The BYPU begins at 5 p.m., with Miss Cofer In charge, and Southern Union during the early Mrs. Falreatha Bolt, business
will sponsor Mrs. Trlscllla will be Digest'n evening service at 6 o'clock. Choirs 2, 3, and Usher Board '40s, be later became president manager; Mrs. Blanche Junior,
Wilson and Mrs Esther MiltonIn be in I I will serve throughout the day. Family Day. will be observed of the South Central States, assistant secretary; Mrs.
song service Sunday following throughout the day also the president of the South Lottie Mood),stek chairman and
the morning service, beginning 18.23.. [ Western Regional Districts Mrs C. L. Myles, reporter.
at 12.30 o'clock. are ; pe i : prior to his present position. 1
I NEW MT OLIVE
The artists are members of
BISHOP HATCHER Rev. All members have been askedto ffIf II !
Grant Memorial AME Church, be the Services Sunday in Holy Communion Church begin with the be present.
serving In Choir 2, and will ;Pepper, members and visitors Mrs. Sunday School at 9.30 a.m., with the superintendent, DeaconR. Visitors are welcome. The Blven Specials with their
be beard singing classics, rill, be entertained by the extraordinary nectlonal I Cambridge In charge POST VALENTINE PARTY "Instrument of Faith
popular, religious and gospel ( choir of Edward People's The lesson will be reviewed by the Rev Jones Mrs Doris Williams, chair- Ensemble" willbebeardSundajr
selections. An Invitation has the YPD Morning worship begins at 11 a.m., devotion being conductedby man of the Social Committeeof at 8 p.m., in Magnolia Baptist
been extended to the public Lewis Memorial AME officers. the deacons. the Ephesus Adventist Church Church, Rev. W. S. Peoples,
to attend. Young Holy Communion service will be held at 6:30 p.m. with the wishes to remind the invited host pastor.
urged to ( .a Rev. J. W. Jones, former pastor of the Community Baptist couples of the Post-Valentine Feb. 26, the group will be
Terminates RallyLewis for the Church, southslde in charge. Choir 1 and Usher Board will Party to be held Saturday nightat presented Blbleway Holiness
TEA TIMEThe Memorial AME Church Laws serve throughout the day, with Mrs W. M. Davis renderingthe Ephesus Academy. Church, 1025 Pippin St, ElderC.

will terminate Us building fund group. I music,. GUts are to be exchanged and B. Glasper, pasta, and
Fashlonette Host and rally Sunday according to the prizes will be given to the ,. March 5 they will'appear In
Hostess Club wUJ'sponsor a pastor, Rev. I. Gundy PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF FAITH oldest and youngest couple St. Luke Alpha and Omega
Dr.
Spiritual Tea Sunday from 4 The participants at 11 a.m.. I Services Sunday In Pentecostal Church of Faith will begin present. An enjoyable evening Holiness Church, St.Augustine.
to 6 p.m., in the home of the Include: Philadelphia Baptist with Sunday School at 10.3d a.m., with Mrs. Gloria Birt and Is In store for those attending.
president Mrs. Rutha Mae Church Gospel Chorus, Deacon To Robert Blalock in charge! Day Spring BaptistTo
Deal. Mrs. Anna Belle Williams Roger Randall, Mrs. A.Mathis, '... Morning service Is at 11:30 a.m.
will be the speaker. Mrs. Leola McQueen, Mrs In Robert Blalock and Charles Kemp will be featured in a song
Nettle Spates,Mrs Ruby Lewis, St. recog- contest beginning at 4:30 o'clock in the church auditorium. Evangelistic MeetIs Sponsor Pre
t 1 o n of her
Mrs. Lula Monroe, Mrs. Willie Other talent will also appear.
The Del Rio Ladles Club will M.Speight, Deacon U. Johnson, l service to Prayer meeting begins at 8 o'clock.WALTERS Slated For
present a Spiritual Tea Sunday Deacon Eugene Flagg, Deacon Annual church. George Washington Tea
from 4 to 6 p.m., in the homeof Leroy Barnwell, Rev. I. Gundy observed Irfvely program was MEMORTM. St. James BaptistThe
Mr., Mrs. Oscar Lee Felder Club of 50,Mrs. Hattie McCloudand Methodist In her Services Sunday in Walters Memorial AME Zion Church begin Choir 4 of Day Spring Baptist
2052 W. 12th St. Speaker willbe Mrs. Lucile Morrison. 19. with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Superintendent ArnettB. Statewide Evangelistic Church will sponsor a Pre-
Mrs. Georgia Stokes Mrs. Juanita Wilson will serve service with Mrs Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie Brown Jr. The lesson, Conference will be held in St. .George Washington Tea Sundayat
as Mistress of Ceremonies at Lovell Collins serv "God Yearns for the Lost," win be reviewed by the pastor. James Baptist Church, 4:30 p.m., in the dining area
3:30 p.m. Other participants native of as mistress of Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. Rev H. C. Archie, Macclenny, Feb. 21-23. of the church.
The School Guards will sponsor are: Miss Cassle Canty, Mrs. with a pastor, will deliver the sermon. At 3:30: p.m., the missionary Rev. John P. Franklin serving The Washington story
a Post-Valentine Tea Feb. Martha Chleves, Speights in the steward society win meet, and at S p.m., the Christian Endeavor Hour as chairman for the state. will be George told Miss Bullock
26 at 4 p.m., in R.L. Brown Singers, Miss Lundette sently as will be held. The evening service has been scheduled for He Is a graduate of LighthouseBible by Judy
librarian at New Stanton High
School, 1525 Minor Ave. Morrison, Miss Cheryl Mungln, r eta r, of the 6.30 o'clock. Choir 1 and Usher Boar 1 will serve with College and received the School and soloists will be
Gregory Padgett Miss Others superintend- Mrs. Vera Rogers at the Instrument. theology degree from Pioneer Bessie
W
;r. Elliott and Mrs.
Lorraine Wallace, Mrs J. are: the of the Sunday Theological Seminary, Vera Cruse
Lily White Lodge 237 will Wilson Miss Norma Fields William Rockford, Ili. Washington. Mrs
and Is Willie
a TAKE IT. OR LEAVE ITBY will preside and Miss
I sponsor a White Tea Feb. 26. Mrs Sadie Rhodes, Mrs Ella under of the The Rev. Mr. Franklin has Mae Willis will render mus-
choir.
at Blodgett Homes Center, 1207 Olivia S served
Johnson and Mrs. Ethel M. as an evangelist for ical
Davis St., beginning at 4 p.m. Anderson. Mrs. Richard Givens CHARLES C. KING several years, also chaplain selections

Mrs Nettle Spates and co- as HOW OLD ARE YOU? at the Florida State Prison,
PLAY AS YOU GO. sisting
The clock we take (or granted workers will conduct the devotion YEA9.0W missionary at Forest Hill Girls LEO'SShoe
took about 5,000 years to at 5.30: p.m. Others Grwn. neighbor BOY Was Before you read any further, please answer this question. Correctional Institution In
Invent. appearing are: Mrs. Mary The for a dampen Don't cheat. He old are you? Oral A record crowd Is expected -
For a youngster, telling time Irving KIrby, Mrs. Claudia II' ironing and asked Now, what did you write? Was It a number?If It was, as I i to attend.
WI be the
can be to as much a mystery M it Daniel, Mrs.Barbara Baldwin, service. was doing. suspect, then I did not write this in vain You see, almost '. Repaint
was early man
The sun was man's first Mrs Dorothy Fleming Mrs sprinkling: clothes," she everybody thinks of age In terms of days, years, or the *
clock. Eventually the Baby. Rosebud Williams, Mrs. I: "Doe".', your mother ticking of the clock. Church Dogs Of Aiy Kind.
Ionian perfected the sundial Mildred Klrksey, Deacon A. : ?" Yet this is only one of many things that spell how old you doga I (CFN) -In ancient Britain, '
Its shadow moved In a curve Howard, Mrs. Louise Brown, Jaysor unhesitatingly' are. It Is one "spoke in the wbeel"-a18 "slice of the pie" c!churches were reports permitted the Purina in many Pet Is'Dlr Only Bisiatss
during knew he the could, day.cut Soon this circle man Mrs D. Fleming, Mrs. PearlleM. Catholic no! She washes them replied' I heard a woman say the other day u she watched a little Care Center. Small doors cut In
Perry Club of 50 Mrs fellow about old with other the: main door
Into segments and hours came C Catholic Digest eight years playing some children permitted' the
about. Morrison and the pastor. "That boy's got an old head on his body" Another day I animals to*enter*at will.* 934 Ei Uiioi St.
chanced to overhear a man make this remark about a woman
,n he had known almost all her life, "I don't believe she will
ever grow up." .The woman was a grandmother, a wife, and
held what most of us would consider a good Job.
How old am I? Well..M depends. Upon what? Upon how muchI
have grown How much of what I have received has been I'--
usefully employed? 1'batthe key. To live Is to give u d : 11 1
we receive. :

Measure me not by the years I live ____
But by what I receive and what I give;
Measure me not by the people Pve known
But the kind of seed that I have sown;
RpOofi0atSe Do not ask "How old are you?""
Just simply ask, "What did you do?""

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President Johnson Launches Highest ,Achievement Award Emphasis On New Rochelle

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For Youth .... .P "
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"-.. "..,, Negro II101151all NAACP Protests

WASHINGTON D. C.-"We look toward the day when wry' .. ,. ,

child, no matter what his color or Us family's means, gets : ..
I..
the medical care be needs, starts school on an equal tooting WIIi. iiiI Bias In Hiring

with his classmates, seeks as much education as be can': .. : ', ',, ... -1 1jlf ,, ,
I absorb-In short roes as far a->- his- -_ talents win take Mm_._" ...: Ij'' I I NEW ORLEANS -(NPIThe NEW YORK Following asecond

With these words President I" .,' Negro In Louisiana Is getting1 mass demonstration
centers in of acute "
areas
I poverty ; In the news and Is having the protesting alleged union bias In
Lyndon B. Johnson sent a major to provide modern and :
; : : cL I spotlight of publicity focused nearby New Rocbelle N. T.,
to t
message Congress Feb. < comprehensive family and child :, t<< )II
calling for action to help the development cervices .1, I upon him from many angles. NAACP Assistant Executive
L1\ The Public Affairs Research Director John A. Morsel announced -
14 million young Americans "5. Help the states train .:d, :.. ..
under 17 years old whose llr '." C ,., .. ; council, called PAR for short, that"the full resources
specialists: now in criticallyshort 'iI" ,. 'f'
parents cannot now adequately '] : ,' ; will dedicate Its 13th annual of the Association are rallyingto
to deal with l
supply- '
11' ,... .. I. conference on Louisiana the New Rochelle Branch's
feed, house and educate them. problems of children and youth ,iQ ,It
The sweeping .. .. ..,. government on the subject"The support In its efforts to break
youth program : ,
6. Strengthen and modernize "1''; ":. .. J'" ,., .
I touching every critical area providing aid for ; J..I,':;' :!: Impact of the Negro discriminatory hlrlngpractlcesat
programs .
: ', on "Louisiana's that city's urban renewal
I of youth's problems will require 'children in poor familes. }! <: Future "
, j In 1968 over ll.Sbilllondollars "7. Increase Social Security j'fJr : ( according to latest reports complex.
when it In Baton During the second demonstration -
: and as the President said; payments for three million convenes Rougeat
! : "more than three times the children, whose support has the Jack Tar Hotel on March Feb. 1, twelve persons
Including three NAACP-
i ; 9.
amount the government was been cut off by the death, disability .
affiliated
i spending eight years ago" or retirement of their PAR said there were many clergymen, were:
; President Johnson's new pro parents. problems related to the Negro arrested on disorderly conduct

i gram includes twelve points "8. Expand for \ group which Louisiana must charges. They were among
our programs
i which were cited in his early diagnosis and treatment 'J''J'r face and solve If the state It more .than 200 demonstratorswho
to benefits from the succeeded In blocking all
message to Congress as follows of children with handicaps reap any
: "9. Carry forward our attack .\ Negro group which comprises truck traffic at three entrances

"I recommend a 12-polnt on mental retardation, which one-third of the state's pop of the 11-acre site, where
0 ulation. Macro Is the chief builder,
program for the children and afflicts more than 125,000
youth of America. With the children each These problems Include from 7.30 a.m. until noon.

help of the Congress, we can: "10. Launch year a new pilot program ll education: of the Negro, total After the first demonstrations,
"1. Preserve the hope and of dental care for integration of the Negro In Jan. 25, Herbert Hill, NAACP

opportunity of Head Start by a children J L \ student bodies, on faculties, director for labor program
into athletics cafeterias and called upon George Foxier,
"follow through" program In ,
"II. Help slates and communities ,
chairman of the New YorkState
the early grades all facilities and activities of
across the nation plan
the schools as wen as integra- Human Rights Commission, to
2. Strengthen Head Start by and operate programs to prevent !
younger tion Into the economic life of use "the full power of the
extending its reach to )
juvenile dellquents from
children. ; y T the state and all facets of labor state's antl-discrlmlnatlon law
becoming adult delinquents.
"3. Begin a pilot lunch pro- "12. Enrich the summer and unions against well-known practicesof
In the meantime the AFL-CIO buildings trades
to reach pre-school super
children gram who now lack proper months for needy boys and r-:. .Jt. 2S."i: intendent of state schools has unions In New Rochelle." Mr.
.jjlrls. '
j nourishment. MEZZO-SOPRANO Shirley Verett receives from Oakwood college alumni banquet held In called a meeting of all H1U also.conferred with NewRocbeUe'
city manager -
"4. Create child and parent Earl Calloway Fine Arts Editor Chicago recently. Dr. Frank W. Hale Jr. superintendent of all schoolsto mayor,
James S. Avery Negro discuss: the guidelines set unions officials, and
Press International Its Second Annual Oakwood's president received the Chicago by the federal government regarding NAACP leaders from New

tt Speaks At HRC Artists' Award "for the highest achieve- chapter's' ann u a I award "for dynamic Integration In schools Rochelle and Westchester

RoyrownBlessings ment in the cultural expression of music, leadership In religion and education' faculties and activities NQ County agreement to determine could whetheran be

C6I4 Annual BanquetBAYTOWN 1966, in c ere m 0 n i I e s at the ( NPI Photo) systems Negroes In are the principals state of any hammered out.

-.. Furthermore the attempt to On Jan. 31, Mr. Rill movedIn

Blessings! future development, Tex -of "The our GOPs Ok Plan Women Losing Big Money Baptist Meet to establish the already a Jim Crow Jim addition Crow of Washington the Federal for the government revocation

country will not come from Southern University vas contract and for withholding
The man born with the gift Rev. strife but froma of Federal government funds
separatism or announced by Dr. Felton G.
Roosevelt Franklin of Macon partnership of people and To Increase To Integrated Con Team Is Set ForPhiladelphia Clark, president of $outhero.He for this particular urban

Georgia It is through God thaI ideas working toward goals that named Dr. Walter Austin renewal project.He .

can remove all evllcondltlons, are consistent with the democratic as dean. Dr. Austin has long also Invoked Title VD of

some questions you may wish process," James S. Negro SupportNEW been identified with Southern the Civil Rights Act of 1964
to know. CHICAGONPI)- Several local housewives have lost their I
against the building trade unionsof
relations
Avery, community which has been ordered the
coordinator of Humble Oil ft ORLEANSNPI)>- ,life savings to a "salt and pepper" team of confidence women DALLASNPI)- The mid- by New Rochelle. I
courts to but still
DO YOU NEED MONEY? Refining Company told mem- Special efforts to Increase using an old "pigeon drop" game that has netted them as much Winter Session of the Board Is all-Negro Integrate because no whites Says Paul Redd, Westchester I

IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? bers of the Baytown Human, Republican party support among as $50,000 in recent months. of the National Baptist have applied lately for entrance. ) NAACP representative,
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP Relations Council at the. Negroes have been approvedby The white and Negro pair has victimized women in several convention of America will be In New Orleans the election "We've got all the people>> roused

DRINKING? organization's third annual the party's national committee areas of the city by playing on their greed held March 1-2 In Philadelphia. of councilman Is to back us In this effort.
a new reportedly
The board will meet at Enon
CAN MY WIFE STOP .
banquet Feb. 10. The pitch Is almost alwaysthe hanging upon the votesof Napoleon Holmes, an officer
5T 1/4" 120 Church to
pounds, blond Baptist according
DRINKING? The program had been urgedby of our New Rochelle Branch,
Mr.: Avery, also a national each time offer the Negroes in District B.
same They hair the
and wearing a lightcolorcoat Rev. Robert H. Wilson,
CAN MY LOVE ONES National Republican is director of St. Catherine's
1
rice chairman of the United I the victim a big sum of NBC All of the candidates of this
money a brown fur collar and corresponding secretary
BE RETURNED? BUss who
Chairman Ray C. Community Action Program
,
I. Negro College Fund, was the and win her confidence Then black boots Dr. C. D. Pettaway of Little district recently came out for
declared that his "must and
they're turning effortIn
party
principal banquet speaker. He they scram with the"pigeon's" The Rock, Ark., NBC president announced full employment In city Jobs every
Negro woman ,
: was
call the Rootman the
They me ( ) has been with Humble since maintain m But I am only a servant of serving in the Manhattan i unity which played such a vital money described as the same age and the board meeting director Is marching with as,
1956 i They approach a "pigeon" by size, 130 pounds with black The Rev. W. E. Cook, host ,
God. Because God Is the role In the Republicaavictorlesof u are members of the Board
offices of the oil;' '
ann.r.to all urea problems.I largest U.-. :iSp refiner company:and 1966." claiming to have found a large long hair, wearing a black coat.. ,pastor Is, corresponding THE lURCH of Education the American /
: am ,the King of 'all:Day marketer 'of ''petroleum The GOP leaders meeting amount of money. They supposedly ., t *-f- j secretary of the convention's. or OIMIS, Jewish Congress and other civil
don't know what to do Home Mission Board. M
Prophets Send for my special ,products. here heard three newly-elected, with it so they offer to share ,rights orpn1sa ou."
selected Bible verses. To be "The unsolved problems of Southern RemihUcuu declare u with'L me
read on SPECIAL DAYS dlsadvantaged America that the party would have a victim.
But, here's the rub The"pigeon"
Send a self-addressed,stamped especially those of Negro, bright future in the South If It must of I

envelope and $Z.OO for Bible Americans-have a direct| would avoid racism and narrow to show put"good up a faith.sum "

verses and spiritual Message. bearing on a multitude of other,, Idologlcal appeals After money the con w'men receive
You will receive Bible verses even broader social concerns,' Sen. Howard W. Baker Jr., the they direct the -I
,
by return mall ( said the South has money
Mr. Avery, a Negro told the mrged victim to a fictitious per.onwho
,I Send To: audience of leading citizens of'' "e from the Civil War Is supposed to them

Ii'Rev Roosevelt Franklin the Texas Industrial com- Century" and Is ready to accepta their share of money give she had SUER MARKETS

630 Morrow Avenue :mUD1t). "genuinely broad-based expected j
,Macon 31201 "
Georgia Republican Party
Police said
some women,
FIGHT Two newly-Inaugurated embarrassed at being fleeced, THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE.
I specialize in all case work. Republicans, COY. Claude Kirk .
failed to them after
Phone area code 912-74-56475. CANCER 'Jr. of Florida and Gov.Wlnthrq>> notify losing
their life savingssomerunning
Rockefeller of Arkansas, endorsed -
Into the thousands
his views
I Kirk said the GOP should seek of dollars.
The ones who did go to police GRADE "A" STEWING U.S. GOOD CHUCK
for all citizens "not
Royal Art Studio progress told of these losses In recent
in a mass march, but in every months
assembly line school, and :
-A Southslde housewife lost

home $2,500 to the con women in
? STILL TAKING another Meanwhile Republican In Chicago John L., front of a bank. HENS ROAST

-A Southwest side housewife
Waner, candidate for mayor,
was bilked out of $10,000 In
4 said racial hostilities and Inadequate -
r savings after being approached
housing were' big
the street
INSTANTPICTURES cities' biggest problems. They' on

will be overcome, he predicted."I -A woman, approached In the
downtown area, lost $8,500
have worked with bands
my worth of platinum-mounted 19C LB.49C
with people of all races and diamond rings
religions and skills, and I know
-A Southwest side woman was LB.
that the fear and hostility of
tricked out of$3,0401nsavlogs.
that to each
groups are strange
Police said one member of
1 other can be changed," he said
the team-and possibly both-
The fear and bitterness and
may be from out of town.
.1. .. I hostility of many groups "are The white woman was MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCOFFEE
founded on the reality of the'lives
they lead," Waner added.. identified u 25-30 years olds ,
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Alabama' Families' Dr. R. Y. Moore Cited Again .
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PAN LA, Ala. Twenty-two Negro families faced with, IIIII" '
eviction from tenant farms In this west central Alabama 1IIIIIIIIIIIIr

community, have received emergency financial aid from the
I National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, BErfNETT

Eviction notices to the families, which Include 70 children,
followed efforts by the tenants to receive their government GREENSBORO, N. Cf-Two summer programs for high ability
will be held at Bennett! College, June 19 to
crop allotment checks which they charged-In a signed petition high school students
they bad not received prior to March, 1966. July 28, it was announced recently ANatlonal Science foundation
grant of $21,705 makes possible for the college to hold Its
The Negro families alleged the poverty stricken families, ninth consecutive science Institute, which again will be directed

that Barnes A. Rogers of enabling them to pay their rent A by Dr. J. Henry Sayles.
Gainesville, Ala, a real estate and to meet other needs.In a bF q High-ability high school Juniors and seniors who qualify for
agent for Mrs. Elisabeth R. the Delta region of admission will receive lnstructtoainbiology,chemistryphysics
Sledge owner of the Panola Mississippi, the NAACP in and mathematics. ApproximatelY 80 appUcants can be accepted.

property, bad It arranged so 1963,. established a revolving The Humanities Summer school,directed Dr.Helen Trobian
that their checks wouldbe fund of $1,000 to assist needy and made possible by a grant from Doris Duke, will probably accept
mailed to him directly families when LeFlore County i some 100 high school students who have completed the llth

Mr. Barnes, the farmers officials ceased distribution of ; or 12th grade by June 15.
charged, told them the unsigned Federal surplus food comma ; Coursel will be offeredinliteraturephlloBophysoclalsclences,
checks were being credited to titles modern languages music art, drama and dance. In addition to
their accounts. Top civil rights sources said ,; ;' classroom work there will be coo. rences, field trips,laboratory -*
According to the Rev. K. L. the Panola, Ala., housing and and co-currlcular experiences for college-bound youth with.
Buford, Alabama NAACP field food crisis could possibly develop ? i ; demonstrated ability. Applications for this scbool will close on
director llrs. Sledge informedthe "Tent ;
>> Into another City i : I Ii Aprils.
tenant farmers that her similar' to the situation in "

property would be rented to Brownsville, Term., where in ;):; :;'. i",.,. ", .'." ':'.;,'.'.,;,:...Ii" ;
the Hanmermlll Paper Co. If 1960 Negroes'were ordered : ( ."' '" BETHUNE-COOKMAN

I the familes wished to remain evicted from white-owned land '.. ""i'' '.;:: : ;:; .....
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,
'
I on her land, she reportedly in a retalltory measure <'{i:I"'.' '" : : Dr. Carroll Atkinson has Joined the staff of Bethune-Cookman
"
I said, they would have to pay designed 4 to tall their voter "'.y,:. ", ,,- '< i'J" 'College' as Professor of Education,Dr.Richard V.Moor., President -

I $15, per month and would not registration drive. The NAACP J' ', of B-CC announcedDr.
i bellowed to farm, raise livestock provided these families with \ ,, ':" Atkinson was born in Nebraska. He Is married and has
or cut wood on the assistance and secured Federal ".' five children. He received his A. B. degree from Lawrence

1 property.The surplus food commodities for College 0920)); M. A., University of Southern California (0929));
NAACP stepped in to lend them. Ph.D., George Peabody College ((1938)); and has been teaching
assistance when efforts to The Association, over the '! ;'. for 46 years including 18 In administration and 19 on college
secure aid from Alabama years has similarly assisted campuses. He has been listed in Who's Who in America since
I Welfare Commissioner failed destitute familes in South f' 1944.

\ Mr. Buford was told by Com Carolina, Georgia, North
II mlssloner King that be was Carolina and Virginia..
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'\ continued complaints againstthe CORE Postpones DrytRichard> V. Moore, President, Bethune-Cookman College gratulated by Roscoe D. Camp, right Director of Public
welfare agency of added another plaque to his Multi-Citation collection last week Relations at B.cC. before mounting the plaque In his office GRAMBLDJG
UU Grambllng; has been awarded
this state." when he was presented the Daytona Beach Open Forum Annual Dr. Ralph Bunche, UA Undersecretary for Special Political College
$21,600 the of Health
Education
by Department and Welfare
In a telegram to SecretaryJohn Convention Set Award at the Peabody Auditorium Dr. Moore is being con- Affairs at the United Nations was special cue... ,
W. Gardner U.S.Department Washington, D. C., for fellowship and traineeship grants to
of Health, Education and assist In the preparation of professional personnel in the education

j. Welfare, NAACP Executive For February 18 National Notes Carrier Stop In South Africa EDUCATIONAL of handicapped children.
I Director Roy Wilkins cited the The award was announced by Dr.E.L.Cole,dean of the college,
difficulties after terms and conditions of the HEW aDotment wer. received

families and said confronting that "direct the national Lincoln director 0. Lynch of, associate the Congress COORDINATOR LOS ANGELEMNPiy- Protested By NAACP's Leader ROUNDUPFINALLY from:.,J. William Rloux.acting associate commissioner,Bureau

Federal Intervention Is neededto of Racial Equality(CORE) ordinating Southern Califor of Education of the Handicapped, Washington.

ensur food and housing for announced the postponement of nia's "Project Equality" program NEW YORK-The National Association for the Advancement Grambllng will utilize the grants for traineeshlps the ment-

these families." the scheduled Feb. 18 for racial justic and equal of Colored People has strongly protested the State Depart ally retarded area during the 1967-68 session.
'
Mr. Wilkins in another telegram convention for a Black political Job opportunity among firms ment's highly controversial decision to allow a U. S. Navy WASHINGTON -(NPI)-Tne JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY
dispatched to the unity. serving Southland Protestantand arlcraft carrier to make a four-day stop at Capetown, South controversial Mississippi Head
Hammermlll Paper Co.; Due to the hospitalization of Jewish relizlous groups is Africa Start group finally got Its federal
for financial assistance will be
Applications accepted through
I President John H. De, tt, said, McKlsslck national former
Schomburg
Floyd B" Barbara A. In to patriotism and citizenship are money, after agreeing to
\ "These families face disaster a telegram Secretaryof February for the spring and summer sessions and the fall semester -
director, the executive associate, Commmission on State Dean Rusk 2 scorned by South Africa Mr. accept whites into its program.
because have immediate Feb. at Jacksonville University, Dean of Women Helen L. Mer-
they functions of CORE have fallen'on Religion and Race, National NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins warned. The Office of Economic Opportunity announced. .

means of earning a livelihood, the shoulders of Lynch.This, Council of Churches. The pro- Wilkins declared, "Our country The civil rights leader said approved a new $4.9 Renewals and new applications for all areas federal assistance -

even retraining If eventually should relocation become or and the decision of the Planning gram is sponsored by the should have no dealings with that those Negro soldiers who million grant to the Child Development as well as state and private funds are being accepted Dean
Committee to organize series Commission on Church and venture ashore "will have their Group of Mississippito
South Africa whatsoever and
He Merrill said, and graduate students are eligible to apply.
possible. Mr. Devitt
urged of regional i conferences priorto Race, and the various Jewish, the hated serve 14 Mississippi counties.
to the situation insisted the visit of the carrier every step dogged by According to Dean Merrill,chairman of the Unlverslty'sSchol-
help ease .
l the'' National Convention I Lutheran Presbyterian, Episcopal Franklin Delano Roosevelt policy which decrees where they CDGM had agreed to stay arships and Loans Committee aproxlmately $500,000 in financial
pending t long-range solution.
made It imperative that the and Methodist not The United States out of civil rights activity during
I Meanwhile should never have been may go. assistance has been distributed at JU during the current
Clarenc.lrf1tch.uI..convention, be held at a later denominations.
had to lacerate brave working hours.
scheduled. no right
director NAACP Washington, date. I academic year through federal aid and the generosity of individuals -
I Mr. Wilkins also men in this fashion. We protest
I, Bureau, called on the Federal, The first regional conference BACKS SCHOOL MIX Secretary Rusk that told the for them. We weep for them. DEADLINE foundations, and corporations.
government to allow the Association -; took place in San Francisco, NEW YORK (Nn)- An FARMVILLE
\ appropriation estimated 300 Negro enlistedmen We are ashamed as are they. Va.r (NPI) MOREHOUSE COLLEGE
an opportunity present Calif recently. More than 1,000, of $5,000 was approved among the 3,500 servicemen The State Department, in a White residents of Prince Edward
testimony rebutting the recent Black Americans participated. ,by the ,.Committee for statement Issued county have been
aboard the carrier announcing given
will
ATLANTA-Dr. Hugh Morris Closter serveu the seventh
t claim Wallace i of formarXJovii that there .George is nol' Plan| 4r being developed for Racial Justice blow,, ;United returning Jrora combat duty in |plan to go ahead and allow the until June 6 to replace $180, president Morehouse College after Dr.Benjamin! E.Mays retires -
to be held in the
conferences Church of Christ, last week 005 in
Viet Nam would be humiliated carrier to make a refuelingand county money used to
discrimination: in the Alabama'welfare as of June 3. Charles E. Merrill, chairman of the board
South Midwest and East priorto
to launch ambitious
an send white
proJect to
and Ihsultedbyth.SouthAlrlcanracist reprovisionlng stopoverat pupils all-white
of trustees indicated that atwo search for
following year a successor -
program.As the National Convention In to bring about public policy. Capetown Feb. '.'1, said Its schools U$. Appeals Court
to Dr.Mays the entire membership oIth. board of trus-
a result of the charges ,
New York The date of the
City. school Integration in small
"Those (Negroes) who remainon agreement specifies that the Judge Albert V. Bryan granted
the tees was elected at D. Coster's election and acceptance.
surrounding
government Convention will be
National :
northern cities. The funds will
board rather than subject government of South Africa a 90-day extension of the repayment
crop allotment checks the U.S. determined by the convalescence be used to recruit and train
deadline
themselves to South African interposes no objectionto at the
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
Department of hasbeen McKlsslck'and i
Agriculture
of Mr. teams to organize minority racial mixed request of the
I ,' I policy will be degradedby racially personnel county super
asked NAACP to investigate.The has contributed. the speed with which the goups to press for racial reform the fact that their country performing any military duties visors. Local rights leaderscharged KNOXYILLE Knoxville College professor of educatlonand
conferences be
regional can In
small northern
$1,000 In emergency funds to '"' city consented to the arrangementby ashore. that the money was director of the Technical Teaching Center,was a guest speaker
expedited.- school systems. which they and their However was also reported taken In a "midnight raid on for a group attending a seminar at the Cetter of Continuing Education -
that while on liberty the Negro the treasury" in August 1965, at the University of Georgia at Athdns.He .
and white crew members must I, when the county's Board of
lectured on"Why and How of Curriculum Changes in Higher
ENROLL INBOLDEN'S strictly observe the apartheid'cy Supervisors banded out the education" In his lecture he included some basic consluslons

of South Africa. money to white parents which pointed up the need of educational changes,and some methods -
A resolution adopted two weeks Institutions of to with the
high learning use cope arising
ADULT CLASSES ago in Washington during a, REOPEN problems.
meeting of the American Negro NEW YORK-(NPI>-City officials -

Star fDI Febnary 28. Leadership Conference on moved into action to VIRGINIA STATE
Africa urged President onto reopen a Head Start CenterIn
cancel the planned atop. The Harlem which closed in
pro- Thirty students at Virginia State College Petersburg, art
resolution was sponsored byrepresentatives test after the city fell $15,000 among outstanding students at colleges and universities throughout -
of this behind in its payments to the the country listed In the 1966-67 edition of Who's Who Among
country's top civil rights organizations. center. The Addle Mae Collins Students American Universities and Colleges.

Community center called the Students are selected on the basis of academic achievement,
Civil rights and labor elder work stoppage because It re- participation in campus activities, and leadership.
statesman A. Philip Randolph 'portedly received no funds since
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and Negro Leadership Dec. 20. Spurred into action by
Conference executive director the closing-and Its possible
.
.
Ii! Theodore E. Brown termed the consequences city officials
)<... aircraft carrier's stop at announced that more than$9,
;-..- Capetown "An affront to democracy 000 would be made to cover
\ 'f" \1 t and an insult to the,, some of the center's debts and A.a.a.h
SO GOOD
_, ; \ ){ black people of this countryand that the center would reopen. n FEELS
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it of Africa." The city's dereliction in pay OF RELIEF FROM;;
; t" In 1965, when the carrier ment was blamed on red tape ITCHING AND IRRITATION
OF "UPSET
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SKIN"h'
scheduled to and administrative
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..1 t ... J. ...&c .t I I "" I : pressure of world opinion, HOUSTON (NPI) Is the blessed relief I JJ''". '
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'r., ,< : I from Itching. Of M
j. fiially rejected such a visit Houston School Board "colorbUild" with urge
'''''''';' .:<_-__ ....J...:. -I" ........... 1 !.,-. J. as a.!matter of policy. ? Most rights leaders I fcv miseries certain: caused minor eentalnfns economy size jfl' 4lT Bv ** she 44a'

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reactionary dominated satisfaction .
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AID fOR'MILLIONS board have only a no answer, LOVILIBN COMFM.IXION. Plus fund
-to-la protection I
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often
of armed conflict poverty Court of Appeals was to make you sure rov',. nice to be near.Pelmsrs aisrevete, "(perspiration kin .ue....odors" .: mskes
t HOSPITAL 1 I and disaster in 80 differ a ruling of its own.; Two Negro .-, .Seep
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Not Cricket Ferrari' To Rattlers Receiye Trophies At Football Banquet


LONDON (NPI) Another Intercountrjr -' ......' [ Spotlight :: On
sports: event has run' Defend At ; .. .. .. SportsBy l
5 afoul South Africa' racial, .
policies, all because a nonwhite -'': Sebring Fla. 'f ,
member Is likely to be on i.1'i. .. (;rfi'i. CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON
one of the teams. The Issue SEEKING Fla Contraryto
revolves about Basil crolberll.l I statements made by a former FOLLEY NEXT
a mixed-blood South African Ferrari employee prior to the HOTZTON-4PQ-it rs aWl anybody's guess who will be
who Is In line for a spot CJDI race at Daytona, there will be ., havywelght champion Muhammad All's next foe, but if you
the team of the Marylebone Prototype Ferrari entries ..li Ith l lhr take the hint of the champ himself' It will be either lanky
Cricket Club which operates taking part In the upcoming: : Zora Folley, who Is out la the vanquished Ernie Terrell
England national team.The club Florida Grand Prix of mold, or Canada' George Cbnvalo, in that order. Meanwhile
has now been asked to cancel Endurance on April 1. The ;(1 pr' reports circulated that ex-heavyweight champion fogemar
Its scheduled 1968-69 tour of prancing horse' from tlodeoa i Johansson of Sweden is seeking to match All with Sonny
South Africa because that now enjoys a 9 point lead In flu} Llston, another victim of the champ In a third title fling.
country's lava against Inter- the World Manufacturers Y
racial sports would prohibit Championship contest and is 1 BATTLE OF EX CHAMPS
tfOllveria from playing In the eager to protect and Improvethat GOTEBORG Swe4eJJNPIA battle of ex-heavyweight
test match ..nlel.IGIVE. standing In forthcoming nP A'w cnampions, promoted by still another ex-champ, Sweden's
Sebrlng 12 Hours of Endurance. Ingemar Johansson, last week was prominently mentionedfor
This event Is the oldest lone Stockholm sometime in Jane. The bout would feature
TO Fltili distance race In the United ex-champs Sonny Listen and Floyd Patterson in a qualifying
L TIP l-E States and ranks with Le Mans, bout for another shot at current undisputed heavyweight
Nurburgrlng and Tarp Florlo h Utlist, Muhammad All, nee Cassias Clay
in the race for the Speed and i'
crippler Endurance World Challenge PERDICTION SUBSTANTIATEDCHCAGOXNPI
Cup. : ) Two predictions on the outcome of the
adults Two other manufacturers of (Feb. 6) heavyweight title fight between Muhammad AU and
prototype sports racing can "- Ernie Terrell by the Negro Press International in a pre-
have meanwhile arranged to wr y / fight column proved markedly accurate last week Forecasting
use the faculties of the 5.2 1 r 14 that All would win handily the column, titled "Clay Will Decide -
mile Sebrlng course in preparation Heavyweight Muddle," also predicted that Terrell. the
I, for an all out effortto :';\\f; ;j\ri\ !rir )\ tji! r h1, p I ,following day would offer what would amount to an alibi for
: unseat the Italians from their : I losing. On Feb. 7, Terrell claimed All deliberately rubbed
position of leadership his left eye along the ring rope in the third round and thumbed
Both Chaparral and Ford win \ ( ; I him and added that be was virtually fighting blind the remainder -
have cars and drivers here In I of the 15-round bout.
the Central Florida city on
occasions within the Trophies were awarded to six members of the 1968 FAMU Beach, defensive lineman of the year;John Eason. Ocala player OUT OF COURT SETTLEMENTCmCAQO.CfP1)SlanlDc
month separate for tire testing and football team at tie annual football banquet recently. All sttf of the year; Alfred DIxon, Alachua,Snake-pit award,Ken Riley, ( outfielder Tony Olin of the
familiarization with the somewhat Rattler will return next season. Left to right are: Major Hazel- Bartow, sportsmanship award; and Hubert Ginn,Savannah,Ga., Minnesota Twins baseball team and Mrs Margaret Thurmond,
ton, Bartow, defensive back of the year; Horace Lovett roffenslve back of the year.
changed contour of the a 27-year-old Chicago divorcee who claims be fathered her
course. Savannah, Ga. rookie of the year; Richard Ford, Pompano FAMU photo bjr Ernest Flllyau Infant daughter, Mellsssa, last week settled her paternity suit

:out of court. Terms d the settlement, which came as'prospective -

11; I Clippings Interest Champ Ld Of Fe e' .hot disclosed.Jurcf were being assembled in Circuit court, were

Fg1gsf' cur, outboard particularly,
THE ANNUALDISAPPEARiNO they add, by fishermen with. GOOD TRACK SHOWING
E ACT the necessary fortitude and DURHAM N.C,- Despite the way It may teem, knowledge of cold weather team made a good showing In the Philadelphia Inquirer Gamesin
fish winter.really done disappear during Job aquatic done conditions to get the Philadelphia recently winning one first a second, two

They're still in the same In deep bodies of water fourths and one fifth places In several events. Finishing first
water they inhabited last fall, which have a heavy coating of and second were Lionel Urgan In the 50-yard dash at 05.1,
1i but are IBM concerned about ice, the warmest temperatures and Edwin Roberts In the 440 yard run at 50.0.
food If they don't turn up too will be found near the bottom
often, the blame Is not entirely This Is because water la most GRIFFITH NEXT FOE
the fish anglers don't turn (dense) at 39.3 .
on ; heavy degreesFor
NEW Emlle Griffith of
YORKNPI4tiddlewelght champion
1i up too often these days either. some fish, notably lake
SEABOWINES However, game flan are present trout, this la only a shade below Puerto Rico will make his next title defense aganlst Italy's
feeding on a limited scale, what they prefer Other Nino Benventurl In Madison Square Garden on April 17, It
and they can be caught, say species will forage upward Into was announced last week. He will begin serious training for
the fishing authorities at Dr the colder levels, the fight after returning from a vacation in his homeland.

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Ollpplnge 'well natoded heavyweight; 'champion Muhammad (Casslus ClayUll
just-beforl' he'handed""clipping" to' challenger 'Ernie''terrellIA Houston's''Astrodome'' 'YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER'RIGHTSRESERVFD I THROUG"SAT-RDAY"!, :;:, ;

Feb. 6th Harry Dale (left) and Bob Jackson (right!), both vice president of Press Clip
pings Limited 2400 W. Madison Street, Chicago EL, 60612, presented the boxer with the
Cheese trim" I "". Types clippings about his feats published in Negro publications all over America. PCL also has i
operations in Cleveland and Detroit. photo by Dellaboussaye
...rhir'r sere tetftiuif .. FIRST CUTPORK

FINE SHERRY Tennessee State Gridders Face Rattlers Halt

PALE DRY SHERRY 96.86 CHOPS CHEER 2 99'
CRAM SHERRY San Diego In 67 Opener Wildcats, s

NASHVILLE 1be-nation's number OII -*an Diego State
WHITE PORT I College-and number two-Tennessee State University- FORT VALLEY, Ga.-Walter
RUBY PORT college division football teams square off this fall to open Johnson, the Fort Valley State $100 LIMIT 2 WITH OTHER FOOD ORDER
TAWNY PORT the grid season. Howard C. Gentry TSlfs athletic director. College's leading cage scorer, 3 [IDS. |
announced recently bucketed 36 points followed
RICH MUSCATEL "We have not signed the with them and other schools by Peter Walthour Walter OF $10.00 OR MORE['
PURE BLACKBERRY contract as yet/' Gentry revealed allowing us to greatly improveour Gilmore and Joseph Jones with FRESH PORKSTEAKS
but San Diego's athletic overall football schedule." 15, 13,and lOpoints respectively
director Al Olsen, and I Undefeated in 10 games last in a futile cause, as coach
Them All1p agreed by telephone to play In season, this will be the iirst Leon Umax's "Wildcats"
Try California Sept. 18." year since 1959 that the BJg bowed to Florida AIM Unlver- 59C
HM Aztecs, winners of the Blue grldders will have to play airs 'Ratuere/' 96-86 here lB. JOY 2 sCT. 99C
NCAA's Pacific Region football 10 collegiate ball games during Wednesday night, Fen 0. ,
championship, closed last the regular season. Coach JohnA. David Wright paced the
season atop both the Associated Merrlt played a 10-game Rattlers' attack with 29 pointsbut SMOKED SLAB
Press and United Press inter- schedule his first (1963)) yearat it was Johnson, a 63", LIMIT 2 WITI OTHER FOOD ORDER
national college football polls. Tennessee State but two of 180 pound sophomore from
They will be taking a IB-game those games were against Appllng High of Macon, who BACONWHOLE
OF $$10.00 01 MORE
winning streak Into the Tiger armed services teams. brought\ the spectators
contest. "T Is year our traditional screaming to their feet while
Grantland Rice Bowl champs, schedule brings three of the bombing the nets with 14 field
the Eldridge Dickey-led Tigers strongest teams to Nashville," goals and eight free throws OR HALF IB. 39C(
won the'NCAAM mid-east Gentry ventured In announcing Johnson fired 42 points in a
region champIonship In a the '67 grid offerings "After triple overtime tilt with JEIEL OR SWIFTSHORTENING
televised breeze swamping opening in San Diego, our next Lelfoyne College to pace the
out-classed Musklngum 34-7. game is at home against North 138-132. Wildcat conquest bui t SLICED
The Big Blues, sporting a 27- Carolina AI>T, Sept. 23. That was held to only 11 against tne LB. 490
game win skein, will now get will be followed by our toughest Rattlers in Tallahassee earlier
a chance to see if "we're rivals Grambllng College Oct. in the season. .
number one" .In September In 7 and Florida AIM, Oct. 28." Thanks' to an all-out team U s. KG. 1 1POTATOESi
.,1Bp Lincoln Nov. 11 and Allen 3 IBS. 59C
f.t; San Diego because they finished effort, Florida AMI took a
second to the Aztecs: in final University Nov. 23 for home 58-38 lead into the dressingroom
national polls. coming, completes the Tigers' at bat lime, but Johnson, :a
"We, at the university are home stand. As of this release Walthour and Jones stormed 39C
,delighted to get a team the there is a possibility that the back with support from
h, caliber of San Diego on our Lincoln game could be shifted Gilmore, Eddie Dudley, BEEf
DitlribuM
I schedule" explained Gentry. to St. Louis' IItW Busch Stadium Harrison Thomas, Melvin MORTON CHICKEN
WABWWKWMCECOJACKSONVIUX :
Although this present date is as the feature attraction for Johnson, Eddie Andrews and 5 t 89C
,'1 only one-shot deal, we feel the third annual Gateway John Wilson to outscore the 14C PIES TURKEY{
HA. It e-" LETTUCE
that the contest will open then Classic. Rattlers 46-38, in the second ...
for further negotiations halt
Athletic Director J. E. VEIDA FARMS UlULATE

Hawkins of Fort Valley said MILK DRINK U. 33C
the Wildcats are playing with- RUNT
out the services of all-star
6-1. 225 pound center, Larry FRUIT COCKTAIL see
Wright who suffered a knee COLLARDS
Injury in the previous outing 5 MCKENZIE TURNIPS 4 /lllt $ 100
with the Rattlers and will be VAN CAMP
out for the remainder of the 112 GREENS MUSTARD Laos
season. PORK & BEANS
Coach Lomax has built Fort
Valley State into a major PIllSBURY rm OB c
STYLE
nUNn KIST CREAM 3 590317J"
contender on the gridiron and cm
cage loops since resigning u FLOUR SELF RISINfi u=.
coach of Rlsley High of CORN 303
Brunswick, Ga. to accept the
post hare ROUNTY KIST SWEET HORMEL WITH

PEAS S ,CHILi DEANS '
Wfco'i Smartest 303 1
(CFN) Though there is a
rumor that female doge are
go FN.a ItVIt more intelligent than male dogs, OSAGE FIELD MONOGRAM LONE CHAIN
no study hM confirmed it, according
; to the Purina Pet Care PEAS 390
Center. Studies Indicate the de- 303 RICE 3 LIS.SATURUAT .
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InstituteSet At UM f.r I f.f.1 :

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Social Studies teachers tad .
supervisors In grades 7 to 9 ___ f't'
who wish to Increase their
understanding of the field of
t economics hare 'until March

1 21 to apply for admission to
the National Defense Education
Act "Institute in Economics"
to be held June 12-Juljr 21 at
tbe University of Miami
The Institute is open to

teachers in Dade, Broward
Duval, Plnellas or Orange
County, Fla. Those who are
accepted will receive free
tuition and a stipend of $75a

week ($450 for the six weeks) 15 s, xis'1. I f r % '
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Teaching staff will consist of
L nrlous members of the economics
faculty of the University -- 1

of Miami, visiting lecturersand

7nhte Metcalf (second from left), associate professor of biology at Florida A&M University curriculum specialists
discusses some of the''hip points from his lecture, "The Origin of World and There will be formal lectures, fNI.I
LIIe," 'with several FAMU psychology majors Mr. Metcalf lecture was the first of a colloquium discussions and
series to be presented by the Psychology Club in an effort to stimulate psychology'maJors audiovisual materials.To .
and other interested students in some of the complex social and scientific problems receive anappuumonform
of .today. Left to right are: Jacqueline Boone, Opa Locka; Mr. Metcalf, Arthur Maths, or other information, write Dr. -
president of the club, Miami; Alexis j Jenkins, Orlando; and Dr. Karl M. Brooks, associate James C. Vadakln, director, : T1
professor of psychology at FAMU and advisor, of the club. NDEA Institute in Economics,
Department of Economics
FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. _
University of Miami, Coral -- .
Gables, Fla. 33124.
look Review The fifth annual career day convocation at FAMU was held portunlties and requirements. Left to right are: Brunty Hard-

Moon Over MiamiMIAMI recently Lee Hall Auditorium. Arils D. Franklin, regional wick. Internal Revenue agent, Jacksonville;L.V.Davis, Florida
Iowans Will Hold employment officer, Agricultural Research Service, New Development Commission, Tallahassee;Rev.C.C.Cunningham, I
Milton Meltcer, editor of IN Orleans, La., was the guest speaker.After the program, career F AMU'. director of placement; Mr. Faranklln; BennieDawsoo,

of THEIR the OWN American WORDS Negro: A History has BEACH, FLA.-Winter may be drawing towards spring, Second Annual Picnic consultants from governmental agencies and private Industry Grand Union Company Miami; and Nathaniel Pilate, personnel
written but one would never know it here. More and more events are provided information for FAMU students regarding job op- specialist NASA Kennedy Space Center
a new biography All Iowans and former Iowans
TRADDEUS STEVENS ANd'TRE coming up with the upcoming weeks. will ------
meet at
Mattheson
FIGHT FOR NEGRO harness racing opens Feb. 28 at Tropical Park, for the first Hammock Park in Coral Cables BETHESDA, lid. -
RIpHTS, published! by ThomasT. time in history Inihe Greater Miami community. Ten races are for their second annual Iowa move to oust the her William T i I]
scheduled six nights weekly through April 22. SINCE YOU ASKED ME
CroweU on Feb. 15. Mr. picnic on Sunday, Feb. 26. Pot B. Adams from the Montgomery
M ltser's third biography for The sulkies will wheel on a will continue through April 24. luck dinner will be served at, Human Relations Commissionwas HEALTHCOLOR I By: LUrtWfc PRUITT
young people is the cachin track Just !inside thb Greyhound racing operates at Zoo: p.m. launched recently by two I NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL j

story of the leader who gregular': oval'at Tropical At West Flagler ,through May 4, for further Information writeor members of the county council, BLINDNESS '-- ---.j
for equal rights for the Negro,I nine-tenths of a mile, the track then moves to the Miami Beach because of anti-Negro remarks
In the nineteenth century. will be the longest for standard- Kennel Club for the summer. uUl: John H. Helllg, 15221 made at a commission meeting Color blindness is a handicap By LONNIE PRUITT
Thaddens Stevens was i I reds In the country. A this Jai alai is on schedule through NE 11 Court, North Miami considering an open housing peculiar to boys. Although it NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Beach Fla. Phone 945-6457. is rare for girls to have it
of sand will be spread ,
probably one of the most twta men ever"in our.government.but over the Tartan surface to add area's big golf event of they can transmit it to their DEAR LONNIE: My brother gets on my nerves so bad I can

be was tlso,1n tne opinion a little sp D'C.'ot the trotterst the winter, the $100,000 Doral sons. hardly stand It. He is always bothering me. He comes in my
of; many, one" of our greatest and pkceri! '. Open goes Marco 2-5.;'If"Jou Among The Stars- It is very important to teach room and messes it up and leaves. He really makes me sick.
is color blind
who to
statesmen. This book tracesStevens' ,I Some 300 norsW wilT'be can't be here In person,you can a boy My mother won't make him stop, and I hate to keep fighting all
life from his boyhoodIn I I stabled at Tropical for the watch the closing 36 holes ont) minimize his handicap. The the time. What should I do?
rural Vermont to his death i, meeting, with others vanned in television the afternoons of NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL earlier this is done the better. Agitated

many years later while still from Pompano's harness lay- 4 March 4-5.: The tournament will To the boy who is completelycolor

a respected leader of Congress. out.Miami be preceded March 1 by the AND THE SNOWSCAMEYOU HEAHI"Eldee Young-Holt blind, everything looks ARE YOU AND YOUR BROTHER FRIENDS? If you could
In the beginning of.his legal< Beach visitors can Jackie Gleason procelebrity Young, co-leader of the new and exciting black, white or gray like an make friends with him he wouldn't keep bothering you Little
all
career: Stevens led the crusade reach :Tropical via the East- match. Info, tried to tell me two days oefore the "happening" that old movie. Most cases of colorblindness brothers like to get on your nerves if you try to Ignore them.
uf
creak loose after two da plue 60-degr however consists in
for universal education; later West and Palmetto expressways Just ahead is the South Florida purgatory wouia > See if you can't spend a lot of time with him and then maybe
in less than 30 minutes International Orchid show in weather in Chicago in January. confusing red and green.
be became known as "thenmanya' he won't keep aggravating you Just to make you notice him.
Thoroughbred and greyhound auditorium. From "We're Just going to have an early summer, I suggested, This would make it difficult
for freedom lawyer"for fugitive as he slaves fought racing cI course continue. Hia- Feb.Bayfront 24 through the 27 pro- stupid idiot that I am, as I unzipped the liner of my topcoatand to drive a car safely were it . .

and for tho abolition of all leah, currently conducting the bably the finest display of orchids donned my summer web-woven sandals. Stevenson not for the fact that the red DEAR LONNIE: The handle broke on my book satchel and nowI
runnftig meet closes March 3 assembled in, one Early Wednesday evening was Quite beautiful Mickey stop light is always at the top
slavery. HIs long political career ; ever don't have any way to carry books. Don't you think teachers
extended from the years with the $IOOO

before the Civil War into the pointer for the triple crown Major league baseball spring after visiting Red Holt, Don Walker, and Eldee backstage bottom. Color bUnd persons to my locker every period to get the books I need I couldn't
theatre and I (still stupid(dolt)saw them off to VHare have been shown to be as safe
events for Regal ,
three-year-olds beginning in March
period of Reconstruction. He training opens early attention to possibly carry all those books around all day. I'd have a
was the leader inMbe adoption, with the Kentucky with the first exhibition game International airport. Of course, if I had paid any at the wheel u those with paralyzed arm.
Eldee I would have a three-day vacation with my normal color vision.
copped me
of the Thirteenth Fourteenth, Derby. _.. 7 scheduled March 10. Balti- Loaded
and Fifteenth Amendments Gulfstream opens March 4, more's champion Orioles have sister, Helen, in Hawaii! Color blindness is no longer
featuring the Florida Derby the host role against a dozen The Young-Holt Trio, the three of them Windy City natives, a cause for rejection from the i
Stevens emerges as a leaderof YOU MAY BE RIGHT, but books are what we learn from. The
April 1 I for three-year-olds and other clubs in the exhibition were plenty restless. They wanted to leave Chicago Immediately Armed Forces In World WarD
great Intelligence and wit, teachers Just help. That means that if you loot in those books
after their final show at the Regal ''Thursday night'round mid color blindness
was even
a man whose extraordinarymoral r a $100,000 purse, and the Gulf- schedule.The an a lot, you'll learn a lot, and if you don't you won't. Then too,
had two television spots in Los Angeles as well asa in situations.The
night. They advantage some .
stream .Handicap March 25 also winter concert
courage never walvered I symphony the more books you have, the more chances you nave to get
throughout that turbulent t for $100,000 but open to older series in the Miami Beach audi concert and a seven-day engagement at the Whiskey A-Go-Go. color blind soldier could some new information about new subjects. Try to get your
They didn't make it. And the snows came, you dig? often sport attempts at
horses. Gulfstream's enemy
torium continues through April
political era. meeting Bus satchel fixed, or Just keep on going to your locker. It's worth
I"" with the Community Singer Joe Black, director of special markets for Greyhound camouflage when his buddies It.
appearing in the auditorium Lines, must have known some thing too.I talked with him about a couldn't. . .
March 13 and grand opera March week before the "Big Thing" (as we are loath to call it), and be There is no cure for this
15. remarked be was leaving town and would not return until the hereditary defect which affects

WAMEDIAL Meanwhile the American Bowling 31st! And, all the time, I thought hewas going out on marketing about four per cent of all males.

\ Congress is to get under business!! More could be done to ease
way on 34 especially contracted the Y-H Trio decided to catch a Greyhound to St. Louis where their lot, however, if various
lanes in the Convention hall they might grab the first thing smoking heading for the West decisions that depend on differentiating
March 6. Coast. This might have succeeded, but their instruments were red and green were
The Metropolitan Miami FishIng at'the Regal Theatre and there was nothing moving along 47th changed so as to depend on l
tournament Is open for street other than a couple of well-fortified wineheads (who, recognizing yellow and blue.
1260FLORIDA'S angling competition through incidentally, still don't realize that Chicago snowfall record of The number of color blind

April 16, with increasing tarpon 1930 has been broken!) persons who have trouble with
activity expected to be a feature By the time the three musicians retrieved their axes. It ,this combination! is negligible

in the final weeks. was six p.m., Friday and the few t,reyhounds that were still on -
; Chicago couldn't move.
bed and Eldee (before pianist Don came on the scene) were
'
noted for their promptness when they were appearing with ra IF +
BEACHSHORTS Ramsey Lewis. Clubowners around the country know this is

true, neither rain nor sleet, nor dark of night stayed these -r't 4
cats from the gig!

All they could do in Chicago, in January of 1967, though, was Ii' the SHORTY$55..
pray for a miracle. MEDALO STYLE #685
Like a midnight sun to melt some of the snow! For eoiylete ntuafratad Cat.log.0;
"Sorry 'bout that, Chelf! said Maxwell Smart, the International Hedalo Hair' 8tyl..,Wlo.Half Bend ape M4
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.- The idiot of boob-tube rime and.ddr.achmnia... It'. lava FKIB nima.P..*

largest county in Florida is "Sorry 'bout that, fellaw! repeated Lee Ivory, stupid idolt fitunllr;"'fteallhr 'Hair3KOWS "....Gel. ./Juel M.4.1 write Half, ....... ,,,..
twice the size of Rode Island of weather prognostication tame. ( from u.. HAIR Normal MOOTS) Dip'. Si S, Bklyn. 35. H.Y.COMBIJ.
but Its 30,000 population is less What la YOUR SCALP.The condition eC
were other Chicago-area entertainers doing during the
TOUT hair ...." d......... heavlM
than half that of Miami Beach, "Big Thing"? Let's take a peek: la ;UM natural )..Uh ol

which has an area of only 17 OTIS LEAVILL, I have been informed, sat perched atop>> the 140 n.ip?, Inv Yew.nt.d fro. DOCTOR..Hlr.n.s tAl'
square miles, mist of which is Chicago Dally Defender building all night with about 45 membersof formula called CAKBONOn
water. the dread Blackstone Rangers trying to figure out how to m fetch beneficial!. mixed Ingredient with man.* CAKK5NOIC prove-
........ '
inside the la such .
get eight trapped Brink's armored trucks! a strong power*
.,_
Hi p&le and ton etch flna
)
BILLY BUTLER, it is alleged, rented a fleet of ponies from work ta Swiping' an ITCHY
Scuba divers still are finding the Meadowbrook Country Club somewhere In Indiana and sot Haut SUMPT DANlt:",CrF .e.pw, 1
DOCTORS ItiigWy
RHYTHM BLUES old wrecks on the coral reefs up a one-horse open-slelgh-type rescue operation. The and any PRESCRIBE niard I*, lot many ;
south of Miami Beach.Recently only difference between Billy's operations and those of bona- externally Kelp trouble.1 eauatd Manf acalp.-eonduatom *

a 3,000 pound anchor 15 feet tide rescuers was the fact that the Brunswick artist was reportedly ar. freanr reUaved. fcr the) .p m11 r
long was brought up from a charging $50 a bead! pee anrmu, thla Triple Into etrentth DOCTOR t
newly discovered wreck esti- HARRY DALE, vice president of Press Clippings Limited, .. nWrilJ L rOKMULA \ Ir

RADIO STATION mated to be between 200 and reportedly got caught on the expressway In his brand new 1967 xod It and wm ready ba atnt<. v.to.. rail all IT "M ....* and. brash to add eeferJYB.Iaeleet.ttUckeet ,
300 old.GLOBAL o. t DATS and If '. .II. ."toIU al .
years Eldorado which he had picked up only two days before the u. you back.are not to rub.11
Pay
"Big Thing." WNIRMSpotlight Inl (1.r:n r.F7: Thla la* to A'T''' ..';' .r.d aUy AVOlDisszvws way
He refused to leave it and had it not been for realtor arythlnf D.nYnon. ray at wwh.a.ah.dfore SUDDIN DYIG.. Loon..
Chicago -1:, You fat It with full .. ....
GIFTS and vice president of PCL setting up a emergency food line to U.. the..II...* MKDI- aslarlnd.. ca.P.raatl. oohty.rmbbtap
Last Harrys Hog (as It is affectionately called) there are those who Product money CArLO can SCALP buy.FORMULA Your hair.reuf and lb.' ....... Ica In P0..tl......... p.es ..,_co.,
"WHAMMY year in areas of need .... 81..11 ..
from Venezuela to Vietnart feel that Harry Dale would have starved to death. (B palp ur ...,AandI dd.... tJustOLm '.
1.550 565,000 pounds of food JACKIE WILSON; stranded in his hotel"suite, played poker Of The Week MXDAL D.pt. ..r:1a I PRODUCTS \Say Jut.11.91\ -.va" ,js.t..b.d._", vIon'ynay.. '1'10, eel.,..
clothing{ and medicines val with his bodyguard, valet; and some of THE ARTTSTICS. Alter =', ae.t ,Y. AoTsl TIII' "SeZ back. !.It aes,dsllaht.d' ,
.
.
IN MIAMI" ued at $135 million were the snows goes and Jackie checks out, I beard, his bodyguard, Miami, Florida =.. a= .Ii' Oepv stetsr..n .a rffwycf 1J, New ma.TeA v
distributed to destitute persons his valet and some of The ArtIst1c. will be stranded! Whose
I by Catholic Relief cards did they use??
I \ Services. See you Among the Stars. .

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i Before And After Plymouth, Dodges To Sportsmen Urged To THE The NAME'S most common THE surname SAME


In the English-speaking worldis

Ron In Daytona 500 Attend Heeling On Smith. There are art estimated ,
::! :: :': 1,290,000 Smiths in
+ ;: ,
.> ;: /;: the U.s. alone!
,' :: DAYTONA BEACH) Fla. Lee Petty has named DeWayne Pollution, Wildlife

.. "Tiny" Lund to drive his No. 3 Plymouth In the ninth running
"c of the Daytona GOO at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday, TALLAHASSEE Is the

Feb. 28. time for Florida sportsmen to
The Mo 1 ear In the Petty stable will be handled by Richard stand up and be counted as the
Petty who won the late model stock car classic In 1964 and Game and Fresh Water Fish ftOUTHSIDE:

1966 to become the only two time winner of the erect. Commission seeks consideration -

for fish and wildlife FORD
Lund will be In the no. 42 Indianapolis' "Kootlt of The
la future pollution laws.
Cleanest
baby-blue Plymouth beml-head the Year." opportunity for sportsmen to Curt
and Richard No. 43. zzzzzzz Finest Chalet
opinions on pollution
"We art very pleased to hate An International flavor was express and other wildlife subjects will CompleteSelection

Lund as Richard's partner," added to the star-studded field be provided at a series of
Lee "1 Bed GuaranletJAX'S
said have known
rl I Tiny of tilt uaytooa 500, with the public meetings scheduled
2 for a longtime, and this won't entry of tones Ireland Wales. throughout the state by FINEST
)t the first time be has driven Ireland will be going against the Commission. WE WILLPJlOVIITI

: tor me. He drove Oldsmoblles the best stock car drivers In According to W. T. McBroom, !

'or me as long ago u 1957." the world-tat the Welshman commission chairman, each 5303 BEACH BLVD.
"He is a fine driver knows
4a accustomed to close of
Is top competition year at the bunting
mrs, and is the type of man For ten years be has season the commission IX -.51S

., rovedlthatbbywinning He run on the Grand Prix circuit conducts a series of public

4I ) the of Europe, fighting through the bearings to discuss wildlife
'
Daytona GOO In 1963 and beseems
I>, better bends, the sues, and the conservation progress over the
"' to be getting as with like Jimmy and to obtain -
straights men past year suggestions '
",,I' :he years go by. This year, as Clark, Jack Brabham, Stirling and recommendations 66 Ford XL

ron probably know, he won 19 Moss, Jackie Stewart, and Dan from sportsmen prior to
/ *22 Cony.
modified races be entered for the
i/"f Gurney. establishing regulations
this year" He has beaten them, too. He next M ..... .w.....
With Lee in the pits, and with won the Grand Prix of &season.dthepubllcmeetings Pews a A.... Tim*
,
':' Richard
and Tiny on the track the U. S. at Watkins Glen In will be held as follows: Feb. $2I95
4t : the Petty team will be represented the Governor's March 1
rl y 1961, and 28, Crestview; ,
l ,I9 : by men who have Trophy at Nassau In 1962. Marlanna and St. Petersburg; SOUTHSIDE
accounted for four of the eight Ireland will drive a 1966 Dodge March Z, Panama City and

.," 1 Fl'Fl'e jil.(: Daytona SCO's run at thtSpeed- In t the Daytona 500. Lakeland; March 3,Tallahasseeand FORD
nj, for it was Lee who woo The car will be set up by Ray Arcadia; March 6, Palatka;

the first one In 1959. Fox of Daytona Beach, one of March 7, Oktechobet and -nut roe ins-
r Lee has a way of putting his f 101 IIACH ILVD.
ft- the recognised geD1uellnpreparinl Orlando; March 8, Lsesburg
finger on champions. It was EX .-45 U
a stock car for a long March 9. Deland and Miami;
be who spotted Marvin Panch and fast race. March 13, Perry; Much 14.
; riving on the West coast and "I'm happy to have Irelandrun Cblefland March 15,

; l Southeast.Induced him And to Panch come to the for me," Fox said. "He Gainesville; March 16,

t won the has what I want In a driver- Jacksonville; March 17, Lake
J Daytona 500 in 1960.
,J. 64 FORD
( superior skill and a desire to
i6<, r:il H' 'i ;', Lurid Is one of the giants. run as fast as the machine City.REPORT CARD TIME
.
1 1 i f 3r11 :, llterally-of NASCAR Grand 'XL ''' Whit. ..
r; .' :I'" ql ii: National A will go. I have Buddy Baker ICs Just about report card "' 4.4.
e A I racing. flshingcamp driving my other car, so I time for Florida hunters, and
Ia ((5 W operator in Cross, S. C., when think Buddy and Ireland makeup while not all hunters will receive $|495oo
be Is not the track
J,!,;, 1 i stands 6 feet on 4 !Inches, Tiny and a pretty good team." a report card those who
Ireland knows the Daytona do will be allowed to fill In SOUTHSIDE
weighs in at 279. He leas brave
track. He drove her In 1962 their own grades.The Important
U a lion, both off and on the and 1963 In the Continental thing Is that the cards be filled FORD

track. He received a Carnegie (then three hours), and in the In correctly and returned to

Medal for helping pull Panch 1966 24-Hour Continental He the office of the Game and "hull rot LUS-
from a burning sports car In was In Ferraris all three times, Fresh Water Fish Commission plop llACN IL'" .
1963 and, given the Injured
.and wasrunnlngwlthtbeleaders Immediately.
,1 EX 84513
ranch's
Ford to drive in the
mechanical troubles hinter
when About 3,000 report
500 went to win In
on It.
forced him out. cards will be mailed from the
Qualifying trials for the 500 In a conversation from London, commission's omce In

...- started on Sunday, Feb. 12, Ireland said be looked forward Tallahassee Immediately following -
with the fast...t. man Curtis .
BUI Russell of the Boston Celtics for the NAMr -- --- -- -- to a chance to run muse uayiooa the close of the season.
player-coach right, laughsat In leading a warn or athletes seeking $100,000 Turner getting the inside poleand
1 1966
wit rf Claude "Buddy" Young formerly of the Hew York Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF). Young, now a $5,000 bonus. He droveat 500. Hunters to receive cards art Mustang
I Football Yankees. Russell has been joined by Gels Sayersof with the National Football League, is adviser to the new LDF of 'It'I one of the great races being selected at random from a e. NT.
the Chicago Bears and BUI White of the Philadelphia Phillies Committee. Mews Voice International Photo) Richard a speed 180.831 tank the m.p.h.nfharlead of the world, on perhaps the copies of hunting licenses and y... u.. ass.. 1000
Petty ;p.dii neatest track.," Ireland Mid. will represent hunters throughout uewr wsnalr
position, with "It Is a great challenge. hope Florida. $
Hampton Pirates 179.068 m.p.h. I do well against such great According to 0. E. Fryt Jr., 2095SOUTHSIDE
zzzzzxz
I Old drivers as Richard Petty, A, commission director, the
Presents
Taylor : Ingenious Americans The crack brigade of drivers \
J. Foyt, Paul Goldsmith:; Mario random manlun.y conducted
which USAC will In Its
"'" Hopes Fade use Andrew, Fred Lorensen, and each year at the close of hunting.
'a \'em... Na'itw lttq.Y wr u..Ai'n.,' ',u r/, 1 t:>. rrt, ,wyT rr: Al's. r- For attack on NASCAR forces In so DIlLY others. PU do my season Is designed to provide FORD!
'ltI4otf, 1'1' ,' I' fIt.. '1'If' .z;.. ...!It
.-. ..?oi', -_ :' ""' ", \,':,'::!:, j,',.: PerfecteasonHAMPTON bolstered International by Speedway the addition been of Close to 70 cube world's wildlife harvest for the past[ "sius SUCH live.ins"HOI 0
\ 'I). fastest late model mock cars season. lnformatlOD obtained I
EX
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Cordon Johncock and John
N j > INSTITUTE already have entered the 600, from the report cards Is com- I
Va. Martin.
which carries a purse of more puted and analysed to provide
The Hampton Institute mermen Johncock, 31, from Hastings,
4 than 1195,000. an estimated total wildlifeMrrest
.. .". .. ended a two-year winning streak Mich., and Martin, 28, from '
) for the state, .
;) .. as they dropped three of their Bristol, Was, both will have
said "Even hunters who
Fryt
'
1 last five road contests. first line equipment-1967 ARCA Eyes were unsuccessful should 66 Chevrolet"Impala
Holding a two-season recordof Plymouth from the engineering
report their "no kill" u this
rr 10 consecutive victories, the works of Ray Nlcbels. New RecordOn also helps determine hunter Cony.
of coach Sid Moore These two A.
charges challengers Join success. Statistics from report .. .-,
traveled south when they suffered J. Foyt, Mario AndreW, Jim cards art cross-checked
losses to Tennessee All, Hurtublse, and Don White under SpeedwayDAYTONA
against Information gathered :214600SOUTHSIDE
r i tV tf 60 to ,<<. and to Morehouse the USAC banner, and none of
field personnel. The result is
College, 71 to 33. The losses them can be Ignored as a possible better management for

I killed the Pirates' hopes fort winner of the major shareof BEACH, Fla. Florida game and better hunting for

second unblemished season. the 3200,000 posted awards Drivers of the Automobile the hunter." FORD
Things were not all bad as carried by the Daytona 500. Racing Club America(ARCA) I

f the Pirates soundly defeated Johncock knows the 2.5 mile, have their sights set on a new tiut fOIl ins"

Tuskegee Institute, 75 to 29, high-banked Daytona trl-ovaL record when they meet In their not MACN Bive
gaining the only bright spot He qualified at 172.711 miles fourth annual ARCA 250 FIGHT CANCER EX 8-4513

iL on this year's non-conference per hour for the 1966 Daytona at Daytona International Speedway
:
southern tour. 400, and was running with the on Sunday, Feb. 19.
Returning to CIA competition leaders when be blew an engine Jack Bowsber of Springfield,

the Pirates split a pair of road on the 112th lap. He has beena Ohio, set the mark a year ago
outings Morgan State College top name on the USAC stockcar when be won the 250 usher in Watch 1 1966 Mustang

.. fell to the Bucs, 74 to 30 while circuit for several year.' a Ford with an average speedof ,, a Dt. N.T.Col. .
the current conference champ and bas been very successful 184.053 miles per hour, but This Clown I ., .....,. RCN.. A.c.
/{ ; Ions, Howard University, in his two runs in the Indv 500. John Marcum, president of the N_ WIItyi
,; landed the Pirates their first Johncock finished firth In
toe midwestern racing organ
-:: big -61
(f. ..k.'j, .JiW'i 11-36
''''''$ i $229600t
ji in .ana iAA regular season loss in '1964 race and sixth vast year. cation, feels the time will be
two seasons, 72 to 32.BASKETBALL Martin, a 200-pounder, has bettered this year. t

Matthew Alexander TEAM been racing for eight years, "This will be the fourth time, 14 391 -, 32 I SOUTHSIDEFORD
Henson
((1666.1955)The ) The Hampton Institute basket but has been handicapped by most of the ARCA boys have

ball team has had Its share of lack of competitive equipment. driven tbt soperfas

troubles In the latter part of He'll have a running car In the Speedway,"Marcum said, "and 2

the season, winning only two 500 on the 26th, for that Is the more you drive It,the better : 'i tiut roe lotIIM -.
of the last seven contests. what Nichols builds. know And the better IIACM IIV*
: first man to set foot The victories came at the No WAC driver has ever woo know It, the faster you can get IX 1-4513

expense of Livingstone Collegeand !the Daytona 500, but Foyt around It. Too, our equipment 3 I
: on the top of the world. Virginia State College, by Jouble lady winner,scored back is first class and we'll undoubtedly -
scores of 85-55 and 55-53! to back wins In the Daytona send a full field of

respectively.: Firecracker 400 In 1964 and 40 cars to the line. I look tor 41-50-16

Adding to HPs loss column 1965. the best race we bate ever run t65 ford
The signs of a true adventurer showedup to the Pole and fast, since number of
s were Howard University, de- NASCAR's forces for defense here, with a near photo finish Z2 3S II
early in the life of Matthew Henson.At nations were vying tor'the claim. eating the Pirates twice, of the Daytona 500 championship t """orINllty : Country Squire

the ripe old age of thirteen, Henson Matt Henson was the man. Trudgingthe Maryland State, Virginia Union, art the strongest the The ARCA entrants are beaded Sometimes Here Up,Sometimes ,
AT. Id lest
shipped out as cabin boy on a schooner last painful miles, recording observations and Elisabeth City.! organisation has ever by Iggy Katona the Willis, 1Ie'. Down, Be Adds,,Subtracts, ......, w.....,
bound for China. and calculating a true course, Coach Dee Moorehead mustered. Mich., veteran who II the ARCA Be works It all around.

When he returned to Washington Matthew Alexander Henson became the attributes the poor showings ;xxxxxxx. 1966 national champion, and j 322900SOUTHSIDE
D.Q, he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the of Ms charges to slackened Jim Rurtubise, the North who won the race In 1963.Katooa 63- 2-621

him famous.The then Lt Robert E Peary North Pole.Peary arrived forty-five minutes shooting from both the floor Tonawanda, N. Y., veteran of will drive a Dodge, and no one COWING AnvlCTIOHS I
discovered Matt Henson working in a later>and together,the men plantedthe and the foul line. This factor 16 years of driving all sortsof knows the track any more !

Washington hat shop. Peary was Immediately American flag. was strongly evidenced In the cars, on all sorts of tracks thoroughly than Katona for be 33-9l-621 FORD

impressed by Henson, and he No longer was Matt Henson an obscure .- win over Virginia State. The throughout the U. S, win make has driven in the three previous "NUl roe ll/w'.

invited the young man to join a canal- adventurer. He was given a Congressional contest, played on the Bares his third try for victory In the ZOOs, and thousands of milesIn MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED aolIACN aLV"
surveying expedition to Nicnragua. Hen Medal, life membership in theExplorers' hams court, went down to the Daytona 500 when the late model tests Union/Pure Oil IX 8-4513

son accepted. Club a commendation from final IeccodswlthBobKotnegaygetting stock car classic Is run at Performance trials
Under Peary's Mtelage, Matt Henson the President,a Master of Science degree the winning basket with Daytona' Other top contenders In till
became .an able navigator, adept at calculating by Morgan State College and numerous which Is worth
only eight seconds remaining. He will drive a 1967 Plymouth ARCA 250, more ;
distances and charts.A medals and from civic '
plaques
plotting organizations. Despite the dramatic finish, Belvedere, prepared for racingby than $37,000 In posted awards,
short time later Peary began his renowned Health and Fortune Can Be '
'
the Coach
charges Moorebead Norm Nelson Racine,Wls. are Andy Hampton, Louisville, 66FacoflW2!
locate the April 6 1959 the 50th of {
arctic expeditions fours When Too Know Your
to anniversary to
make 28 of
only managed the Badly burned in a crash in Ky., who'll drive a Ford and
North Pole and Henson'accompanied the aiscoveryofthe North Pole was 71 shots taken from the floor 1964, Hurtublse was thought to who was third a year ago; Lucky Day. A.T. I.H.I.M
the admiral on aH seven trips. proclaimed by the governor of Mary a 39'% performance, rather a be lost racing,but be wouldn'tgive Ralph Latham (Plymouth), .... w_
On the final trip, Peary lay drained land aa Matthew Alexander Henson slim CIAA -In Lucky Colors, etc.
showing and 1966 raced Clnclnnatti Shad Wheeler
among up, 0.1|
from exhaustion and crippled frost- tribute the first $181500SO
by Day.Fitting Send for
to man ever $2.00 you
teams stronger and smoother than (Ford) Fredericksburg 0.
;
had make the last dash stand the of the
bite. Someone to to on top world. la of such Horoscope Guide for
: light performances, ever. Tom Pistons (Ford, Charlotte,
OLD TAYLOR Coach Moorehead has been i b last year's Firecracker 400, N. Co; Clyde Parker (Cherry>; FEBRUARYfill

KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON Increasing his emphasis/ on Hurtublse. qualified at better Farmington, Mich. Bob Cot THSIDE
better shooting,especially from than 174 miles per hour, and (Ford, Fort Wayne, tod.;David In the blank. below and FORD
KENTUCKY STIAICHT IOUWON WHISKEY PlOOf.tHE OtOTAVlOt DISTIIUIYCOJIANKFOtT lOUISVtlK.IEV outside. Perhaps the onlyplaytron took sixth place.Hurtublse Dayton (Mercury),Indianapolis, mall to ZODIAC, Post Office J'

Would you like to own this handsome sculptured bust of Motthew H.nlOn11l'a 8* toll mad of the squad maintaining some started his racing Ind.; Dudley Stacy (Ford), Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. 'IsLLKS in**

antique' bronze cost stone, and carries the complete Henson story. It costs $5.00 (which Is what It consistency as far as shooting career In 1951, and has beena Cincinnati U.; DorcusWUecarver net IIACH sue.

costs us).Send checker,money order toi Old Taylor, Room 1340,99 Park Ave,N.Y,N.Y. 10016. goes is Wilbert Allen. A Junior, "name" USAC driver ever (Ford), ZantsrUle, NAME j EX 14511SATURDAY
be Is averaging about 20 points since Be has run in seven 0.5 Jack Sbanklla (Ford), STRICT r
from the 'Indy 500 the'' 11 and John DATE OF BIRTH-
per game, mostly races, and In Indianapolis, eLl
outside. first one, In 1960. was named Wynn (Chewy), Charlotte,N.C. Mo. Day 5y '

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Top jobs NOW,best homes In N.T. first nationwide tour of Great

City, New Jersey. Frtendlj r Britain with a wildly successful -,
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families. Fare sent,rush refer. gig at the Royal Albert
ences. FREE GIFT Hall here. Thousands of teen
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PORT, N.,Y Olympia Music Hall in Paris IS HOST TO..JOE TEX, I
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THOMAS,
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Minimi. of moth., nly, ,en. Biby OftA-JEL llquld. To Be LiftedNEW NEW Yuuv vPIA record war between Rep.Adam Clayton Thee
Put
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THURSDAY MARCH 9, 1961 m En,n*,to pmiitrlclini.int. Brlnii YORK- ty .Mrs. James cut her own record in answer to Powell's "Keep'
will balifted
.\ pro M nl rilltf.Atk b' M B ban on Negro priests _
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.. your phirnuclit lorirumtn Mrs. Geergt Romney, the Faith Baby" disc.
8 P.M. TO 12 AM. h.A..J oraJel'PALM BABY :.;: wife of Michigan's governor. "No Man la Above the Lawd" was the title of Mrs. James'record
has asserted. said to have a Calypso beat. tit

The Negro has all the blessings In one segment, Mrs. James a $32,460 advance on his"Keepthe
P "and can go straight to whom Powell was convicted of Faith Baby" disc to paya
t the celestial heaven," the libeling, sings: basic, four-year old libel
READINGSPalm highest level of the Mormon "There was a man who said Judgment to the Harlem widow. Blended
Reader hereafter, said Mrs. Romney, he would like to retire However, penalties and interest
and Advisor
e '
on
who, along with her husband, to Blmlnl. have boosted the total
the Past, Present, Future.
Is a Mormon. "There was before be broke
amount due Mrs. James to
Answers all questions all '
on Acknowledging that the Negro SCOTCH WHISKY
the law.
$174,000, but Powell is .
problems of life
business.Guarantee "cannot attain the priesthood!," "Now people say 'Haw I
the additional
to help in all walks appealing levy
Mrs. said she was % Scotch WUskiuM
of life. Romney Raw! to the state's Court of Appeals. 100
<: sorry about that, "but he will Mrs. James' lawyer,RaymO d Powell's legal troubles started
1 mile south of Palatka Fla. get It." Rubin, said the record was'' In 1960, when he referred to I 49
SPYDER TURNER "I Just can't believe any inferiority frankly an effort to capitalize Mrs. James as a rwoman'
on $4
Highway 17. Sign in front .
and it makes me very on the publicity lu the Powell collector
ADMISSION ((2.00 TABLES FREE'of house. Phone. 32W319. cross when some commentatorssay case.. 1 crooked-or policemen graft -on a television 1u. FIFTH
we think Negroes are Mrs. James was to receive .
HEAR SPYDER TURNER SING .HIS BUY A GOOD inferior. Good! grief. Nothing $1,500 in advance and 7-12 a program.As result, he was convictedof
could be further from per cent royalty on sales. slandering Mrs. James and Z TENTH $2.55
LATEST RECORDING "STAND BY ME"THIS TIRE FOR the truth," she said. Powell gets a royalty of 22 cited for criminal contempt of ""' ..-4
"If my church taught me any per cent on his own record, court after evading court ordersto '"
IS HIS FIRST APPtARANCE' $5.00 AT JONES' TIRE thing other than that the NegroIs which sells for $4.79.In give an account of 1.-:;.=. Vz PINT' $1.65
SERVICE, 2015KingsRd.Phone equal in every way to any Powell's disc, the his finances
IN THE SOUTH. 354-7564. WE FIX FLATS. other person, I could not acceptIt .Congressman's enemies are State Supreme Court Justice
," Mrs. Romney added.y denounced tint also forgiven. Thomas A. Aurello signed a +
Powell announced that he will temporary restraining order -J
-. ... n__ __ __ use proceeds from his disc. against the sale of a 1961 record @ .
AI.. ..
to pay some of the'" .money he of Powell's sermons with the -. .Stores!
owes Mrs. James. title "Keep the Faith Baby"
Later he sent Mrs. James pasted across the record Jacket.

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