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February 25, 1967
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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SUIT FILED IN U.S. SUPREME COURTTO




OUTLAW VIRGINIA MARRIAGE LAW


VOL. 16 NO. 41 SATURDAy JAWJ1i1; 1961 15 CENTS
INter-racial Racists At Work' In Jaxr
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WASHINGTON The U. S.
Supreme Court was askedThursday
to strike down PROTEST BISHOP BALL

a Interracial Virginia, marriage law prohibiting by iflt''

attorneys of the NAACP Legal
Defense and Educational Fund,


.IDe.was A ).tdeM.filed in of the the case court"of brief Mr. p AT A. M. E. MEETING

.l and white Mrs.Richard man and Perry his Loving Negro .

wife, both whomare residents

provision arrested of Virginia.of and Virginia The Indicted Lovlngs law under which were a KKK Painted AME Group Wants Father And Son


outlaws Interracial marriage. OH Homes Cars Are ArrestedFor
Virginia's principal claimed ,
)Justification for the law is, u Ball Moved
stated In a previous case, "to Residents .of the Lincoln Bishop ShootingA
preserve the racial Integrityof Estates housing sub-division
its citizens" and prevent awoke Thursday morningtoflnd well-known Jacksonville
what ,Virginia calls "a their homes and cars defaced From 10th figure, Willie J. Washington
mongrel breed of citizens." with markings indicating that DistrictThe (better known as "Cut Price")
LDF attorneys counter In their there is an attempt to foment who was shot eight times,
BIGOTS WORK Here we see the Lincoln Estates residents' mutilated
way cars were
brief that Virginia's Justification racial strife.About AME mostly in the back,was reportedin
with two-day Bishop's Conference which opened in
paint by a of rac.batt In
turns on an "amalgam of group mongers. addition a cross was painted on the windshield. a dozen residenceawere. Jacksonville last Wednesday started off with a bang as pickets "satisfactory condition" in
siperstition, mythology, a a a a aSCCCCCCCCCCSCCCeeeeeeeeefee5Highlights the objects or racial attacks marched: around St. Paul's AME Church In a protest against Duval Medical Center last
ignorance: pseudo-scientific Of Urban League's Annual Banquet which evidently took place early. Bishop William Franklin Ball Thursday morning u the
nonsense summed up to support Thursday morning. In some FLORIDA STAR went to pr....
the theories of white supremacyand cases the markings were on About 60 slgn-carryingplcketa handling of connectional funds' Two men, father and son,
racial purlty.; the garage as in the case of marched around the church at and not making proper and Clinker Lewis 39 and Bernard
"This basis tor anti-marriage Leonard Atwater who lives at 13th Street and Myrtle Avenue .correct reports on funds colBBBOPBALL Lewis 22, both of SSZO Coo_
laws," they continue, "rests 4954 Rhode Island Drive. His calling for the removal of Ball Rd. were arrested and placed j
theories long deemed garage was scrawled with the and charging him with In Jail after they surrendered
nonsensical throughout the .letters "KKK" and the word "dictator": tactics. at city police headquarters;
world's community. of natural "nigger in bright red paint. Bishop Ball was formerly The pair U suspected of
scientists." Reed Jackson who lives On presiding prelate of the 11th shooting down "Cut Price"'
i The Lovlngs pleaded guilty Richardson Road near the Episcopal District which Washington 97, in a crossfire
,
to ,the charge at interracial Atwaters found his car smudged embraces Florida and the '?( 1' during a guofigai la front of
marriage and "w re sentencedto ( .' ..:'\'.(.'. with the, racist markings,. Panamas but was moved from I. the Paradise Long* "at '714
one year In jail. However! \. ':,.. Jackson: Is a teacher at the the area in,1961 after t ?hvolgover .'<.;.'f". f W. Ashley St.According. .

that..sentence was suspended ... ., .....,. a a ? Eugene Butler School on Acorn membership dues, his M .c.. ... .. to reports,
on condition that they leave .. .J'' rr g ? I Street conduct fide church and hut Washington ordered the
the state for a period of 21 ik> Another family who reported I handling of the affairs and Lewises oat of the lounge
years.The. '1 \:. being victims l of the anti-racial the operation of Edward Waters because they were bothering
.
Lovlngs left Virginia, ... markings on their car were College. another customer. Glider
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remaining outside its boundaries Mr. and Mrs John Vaughan of' Members of St. James AME: Lewis Invited Washington outside
until new litigation was .. 4910 Tennessee Drive. Mrs. Church in New Orleans where lected, usurping powers of the police said.
instituted. aIn ... Vaughan, who is also a teacherat Ball is bishop of Louisiana Finance Committee neglect of While the elder Lewis was
1963, they filed a motion Eugene Butler School said and Mississippi had a brief episcopal duties disobedienceto arguing with Washington,.
in the state court to vacateits her husband's car will require prepared to present to, the the order and discipline of Bernard came up behind him
Judgment and to set aside I new paint Job. She said the Preliminary Inquiry the church continued and opened fire, police said.
the sentence on grounds,among I markings were done with oil Committee. .appointment of ministers Glider Lewis also drew a
others of cruel and unusual paint. The bill of charges and specifications criminally :Indicted of fraud pistol and started firing.
punishment and denial of due I- Residents in the area have allege maladministra against the church and .use of Washington pulled his pistol
process of law. become highly Incensed over lion in the handing the affairs language unbecoming a bishop and returned fire.
Also cited was the unconstitutionality the attack and many have revealed of Cambell College Jackson: of the church.St. : Police said Bernard ran out
of the Virginia J; that they are keeping Miss., persecution of ministers James is one of three of bullets strode over to ,
miscegenation statutes under their shotguns and rifles handy not In complete cooperation with churches New Orleans which Washington, and knocked him
the equal protection clause of to deal with the nocturnal. the bishop taking over locked out ministers appointedby down Both lawless began
the 14th Amendment. hate-mongers. and completely controlling all the blsbop.l'bt courts beating him with their pistols.
After the motion was denied -h It was learned that residentsIn affairs: of the district, illegal decided this in favor of the They then got in their car and
to the state court, the plaintiffs _____ adjoining sub-divisions are bishoo but- the members confk drove away.Washington. '
appealed to the Virginia planning vigils to protect their Court To Rule. plaining have moved their was taken Duval
Supreme Court of Appeals. homes, vowing to shoot anyone services to another church not' Medical Center with eight bullet
However Virginia's highest found prowling on their On Total SchoolDesegregation connected with the AME group. wounds In his bead and body.
'court found "no sound Judicial: premises at night. Signers of the petition included "Cut Price"was popular alocgAsMey
reason" to depart from its Sheriff Dale Carson was .Mrs.,Ernestine Black TlUaan, Street where be was
decision upholding the advised of the attacks but it Clifford L.Haynes,Mrs.Myrtle employed off-and-on at Daisy
law forbidding interracialmarriage was not known what action his The' U. S. 5th Circuit Court ."Henry Mrs. Leola August and Ford's Bubba's Restaurant. He
and concluded that office will take.Negro of Appeals composed of If .Walter Ross. had also been working u *
to' overrule such previous Judges, will sit in Jacksonvilleon These stated that 90 per cent school-bus driver during the
decisions "would be Judicial: Senator March 10 for a rehearingof of the members of the church day.
legislation in the rawest sensed the court decision ordering .are against the bishop's actions
that term." Plans Visit To total desegregation of Deep and say that unless the bishop Kaplan, On Tour
The U. S. Supreme Court declined South schools. ,Is stopped, the church will lose
to rule on the validity The bearing could have an practically: ,that many of their, Ot" Fla. Stresses
North Viet HIM
,
of the marriage laws in a 19M effect on a motion filed in U. S.. members.St. .
Florida case brought by the District Court here by the Duval James is one of the oldest NAACP Membership
IDF. In that case, the court CHARLOTTE AMALTE, V. I. County School Board asking for churches (i'Its connection in'
did invalidate a law against -Ben. Edward Brooke a new hearing on a school desegregation the city of New Orleans and SAFETY HARBOR. Fla. -
Interracial cohabitation: on the HIGHLICHTS-In the top photo (R-Mlss.), said be hopes to order by Judge it has In its membership! some Kivle Kaplan, president of the"
ground that it applied only to Dr. W. W. Scnell retiring visit North and South Viet Nam Bryan Simpson, who is a of the most prominent familiesin NaUonan Association for the
.
Interracial couples and not to \ chairman of the Urban League soon and to interview President member of the appeals court. the city. It is located Just Advancement of Colored )
: presents a plaque to Charles Ho Chi Mlnh while in the North. '
The Judges of the appeals People, has a special <
couples of the same race. .. .." : two blocks off from famous message
The Supreme Court has never ..'.......: Simmons In recognition of the The first Negro elected to court will hear 2 1/2 hours doral Canal Street. for those who believe In the
ruled on the validity of law .'.!>. .: : Afro-American Insurance the 0. S. Senate this century: argument from each side. civil rights movement
.1. ,
:'... Company's liberal aid and help Brooke spoke at the College
against Interracial marriages .", Louisiana Atty. Gen. Jack Youth Held "The NAACP cause is right
'which remain on the books in: to the organization for many of the Virgin Islands. He Is a Gremllllon had petitioned the and its membership Is might
.i'
17 southern and border states :. .. years. Mayor Louis H. Rltter member of the board of overseer court to consider oral In Mr. Kaplan recently told civic,
and William Page, speaker for of the and niece ShoollRi
tDF attorneys now point out college arguments after -It- agreed to.- social and business leaders
that the Virginia Code, on Its the annual banquet, applaud.In Miss Peggy Amos Is a student. review briefs.: Police" have arrested 16- during speaking engagements
face tad u applied in th;. a Brooke said be "senses a The court bad ruled last Dec. year-old youth In connectionwith in Florida. .
present case, makes a per son's L-' '. ..., .. tile photo below Dr. Hunter: sincere effort on the part of 29 that future desegregationin the fatal shooting of a lir. Kaplan, a former
race the test of whether his ,,. .. \ H. Satterwhlte, newly-elected President Johnson to negotiate the South should follow the man on Ashley Street last chairman of the NAACPs tSQO
conduct is criminal.They argue' 41Lf chairman of the ULboard peace" guidelines laid down by the Friday night life membership program, has
that the "essence of the law ..' I, presents a plaque and gavel to A cessation of bombing In Department of Health, The suspect was arrested on personally enrolled relatives
Is racial and race is the test Dr. Schell for his 11 years the north, be added, "would Education and Welfare. Homer Rd. in a house last u life members of the NAACPthe
of criminality." of service.At show a genuine and sincere The ruling was appealed by' Tuesday and placed in the nation's largest and oldest
The attorneys farther argue effort on our part and would the seven school boards Juvenile Shelter. civil rights organisation.,.
that the equal protection clause left, J. J. Daniels accepts shift the burden to the Viet Involved la the ca.letfellon: The youth, whose name 1s In addition .to appearances
strikes down all forms racial ; 4- plaque from Dr. Schell, naming Cong." County Fairfleld Bessemerin being withheld because of his before NAACP branches: the
segregation laws. They contend ; ,, him "the UI/s "Man .of The that it U "beyond the power published report that be favored parishes of Bossier, Caddo, of Willie Thomas Zeigltr, 25, a retired industrialist, interrupted
of the state to compel segregation the admission of Red China Clalborne and Jackson la front of 72S W. Ashley St. his vacation to address
whatever the context and : : Peeeeeeef, .to the United Nations. But be Judge Simpson's Jan. 24 order Police: found Zeigler on the the Florida Council on Human
whatever the asserted Justification. proposed a cultural exchange to-the Duel school board for sidewalk shot la the chest and Relations, the American Civil
." r. .i.rA, .._ between the United States and total desegregation generally neck. He died early Saturday. Liberties Union, Parent- v
NEASets China. followed the guidelines of the Witnesses told officers that Teacher,Association: groups
I'u .Merger Deadline j ,., .- .. i appeals) court. a young man had tried to start and appeared In t panel
W'AS1W'41'ON: iim; TIM national deuce of their Jointly approved Attorneys for the Duval school a fight with Zeigler but that discussion ontelevliioa
{National Education Association Under a resolution adoptedIn and developed arrangements \ board claim that portions of Zeigler refused saying he had '(WLCT-TV) with Robert CiJJder,;
has set June 1, u the date a mid-winter meeting, the to merge. the order violate the Mth Just gotten out of Jail and did president of the Tampa. Fla.
'. hea all state education associatlons national body said that those The executive committee will, { Amendment to the U.S. not want to go back. NAACP Branch.ReIsscheduleJ
? mist either be associations which! have not meet May 21-23 In Washington r Constitution by denying equal Then the youth pulled pistol ...to address the Florida Negro
: ted and merged or sever merged by next May 1, must to evaluate all rI women's Metropolitan Council
; evidence sent in protection to white students and. shooting, witnessessaid. ,
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.-" ,--.- ... ... .. j- ciations: with the file with the NEal written evl- by those associations '" -. ., ,' ,__.....' ....__ / 4j that parts of it are impractical.. aid Sunday,,Feb. 26. .

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THE FLORIDA NEWS STAR '10: :Be E'qnar .



Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company G.. .
tBy.WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.


:" INTEGRATING THE TEXTBOOKS


NEGRO P Several recent studies of school textbooks show a shocking
neglect of the contributions of minority groups to America's
tun t past as well u brutal misinterpretations of Negro history.
ERIC 0. Aistuoy"made by the American Federation of Teachers found
that in most of the texts used "the Negro is considered only U
.. .lave before the flirt! WAr and u a nrnhtam" face then.. If
HILDA r :found bjct.W like the-rise ci theK.iic iaX-iQU
and even slavery were discussed without maklc

2323 Moicrief any Another moral study Judgments.made by Tufts University examined 11I I
24 social studies books and found that
.. many are "tinged with racism" A ffnal
Brith studY of hid school social studies texts ,
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found that half of them didn't even mention the 1954 SisjresM
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Court decision outlawing school segregation, and half made no
mention of Negroes in the period following Reconstruction.
When these texts and others like them are finally dropped
from our schools and replaced by more realistic ones, white
5018 NW h'C children will begin to learn about the vital role minoritieshave
played in making America great, and Negro children
Till get a more accurate picture of their rich heritage.
One Year, $ For example, some history texts picture slavery as a system
Mailed to You poll ? X' in which ignorant and irresponsible Negro slaves were lovingly
+ cared for by their paternalistic masters. They don't mention
the brutalities of a system of forced labor and the barter of
Send human beings. They don't mention the hundreds of slave
FLORIDA uprisings, the strivings for freedom, or the underground
JaRkso railways. Nor do they mention the valiant efforts of Negroes
II I themselves to win their freedom and to create a new life in
Reconstruction times. Instead, they perpetuate myths and lies
We Must In the name of history.
Most Negro children, through the Influence of movies and
The public must ... ._.._.-....._ ..._--- "., ,."''' distorted textbooks, are not aware of the full tapestry
terror and 1 n Negro history. Only now are they beginning to find out that
Africa was not a land peopled by savages straight out of
citizens. Think
OF LEADERSHIP WILL ASSURE PASSAGE! Tarzan films, but a continent which developed nation-states
and cross at a time when uedal1sm
Europe>> was wallowing- ; a continent
When which contained civilizations far advanced for their time; a
streets and continent which contained a variety of peoples who have
the rights of contributed greatly to the world's arts and knowledge.
is diminiahed. -- -- +rrr-- rrrr..irrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Negro children living in ghetto slums are often faced with
t I textbooks which picture happy blonde children romping with
citizens loses the family pets on a freshly manicured suburban lawn. These
be the heritage of ff YOUR Weekly silly books, so damaging to the child's self-image and self..
Time and time f esteem are finally beginning to be replaced with realistic texts
that crosses 1I which picture groups of children of all races exploring the

property. These | city While together.some of these books are In use,many areas, particular
lated to maim or i| ly in the South, are slow In adopting them. Since this Is not a
acts in a few j Horoscope Guide subject which concerns only Negroes, but all citizens, parents
home owners to I Interested in preparing their children for success in today's
Leaders in the I 1 society should get their local school boards and libraries to
/ include books which give a realistic picture of American life
work along ) : PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1 and history. Even If they live in a lily-white neighborhood,
cross-burning a ( ) 1 these youngsters will have to make their way in government
the governor to and industry at a time when these institutions are committed
the capture of ( ) / to Interracial cooperation. Unless they get an education which
raising the ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR t prepares them for this kind of world, they will never succeed
I am not calling for an rewriting history in which yesterdays
occupied heroes become today's "non-persons.: I am saying that such
years in prison TRAVEL I .'dIstortions of history exists in many of our textbooks now,
imprisonment.No I LOVE and must be corrected by truthful revisions. The lies of thepast
citizens 1 must not be permitted! to flourish in the future.
terrorism / Essesntlal to this/reform are the professional educatorsand
lightly -. -. -- -. -- librarians. In
--- --- r.r.rr.rrrr. Individually and professional they
happen. -to'your. :;; ,:. : ; t L4ftC<< w II' 4 ......MU t.;4 ,have supported this needed' correction of past groups They'
', -"w ...., wrongs. 5
or-' I
; need 'all the' help an informed ;
citizenry can' give them In
The Hflgifef LIBRABORN demanding that the books our children learn from must be
books which tell the truth; books which deal fairly with a
An odd thing CANCER SEPT. CAPRICORN pluralistic society.

not long ago, 1'J BORN JUNE 23rd CT. 23rd BORN DEC.

a divorce JULY 22nd Ifs demanding. Leadership 22nd- JAN 19th
"crazy. ". He entails many obligations that Un- Are You Looking For A Job, Students?
nothing.
Try nothing, get
brought the tape on. U you have done all not everyone is willing to as-
loosen yourself from the fetters
the
Sir expected during sume. Placed in this position, *
Judge that have prevented making
quarter, you have must weigh all the factors may
tape of the to about now you the most extensive use of During the summer a great many young
worry involved before and not after
who people would like to get jobs to
save
Those
minutes actions intellectual powers.
ninety than to take the have been committed. In
granted Mr. Ford recommended. The you cases where marriages have have previously succeeded in money for the next year's college and
of cruelty. you have made upyour, taken place, you will also discover doing this may now be roaming' school expenses. If so, now is the timeto
around in the world or in the
Indicate that half
start for
describe that our responsibilities looking one.
"To is won, and that all have increased. It is at the realms of new and exciting Thousands of summer jobs open to college
water dripping is to strike out of the union discoveries. Romance can
modesty direction that points di- very that partners beginning must reach a thrive, even when there Is a students are listed in the 1967 "Summer
court was told to success and all the complete understanding in disparity of ages, when respect Employment Directory" just off the press.
that It contains. Do and affection are mutually The Jobs include
wife' voice on order to proceed more smoothly true many areas, includingcamps
shared. This is especially
shame her in by rivals yourself who to would be over-not along Those the of path of who wedded have bliss.any for old friends who have known national parks, business firms,

Just think, to take advantage of reservations you on this score may each other for a long time and farms, ranches, resorts and many more
husband uttered or lack vigilance. be setting up elements of discord who have learned how admire The salaries are higher and may range
tive words, the pace Is the surest. each other's qualities. from $50 to $200 and better. And this

This incident 1 80.44.18.290LEO 3 50 89 19 853 8.7011.17.723AQUARIUS money may be earned in a chemistry labora-
nagging wives tory to a beer brewery.

to live with a This directory may be ordered by mail to

time? National Directory Service, Box 32065,
Instead of Dept. C. Cincinnati, Ohio 45232. Mark
down and discuss SCORPIO "rush" for first class mailing.

one spouse would BORN JULY BORN OCT. BORN JAN. Three dollars spent in this way may be

the problem In -AUG. 22nd 24thNOY. 22nd 20th-FEB, 18th the this greatest time.THIS. investment you could makeat

that spouse to see. Experience Take it seriously. If it is loveor Settle, once and for all The-
best teacher, as always. a creation, it should be taken arrangements you arrive at in
Tampa ton Artists of you who can boast of seriously during the whole connection with your earning
that you figure among .quarter. Marriages that take power, benefits received, and
The con game pupils may consider 'place right now may, in many the standard llvingprevlously WEEK IN
very fortunate Instances be of the established are likely to be
last week in There will be no hssl- May-December category. But final and lasting. This makes
victims of your part about taking while this may not meet with It all the more Important to NEGRO HISTORYFeb.
different when and where it is the approval of everybody in make certain to have extractedthe
in the city. needed. As usual, the your environment It does not best possible terms and
to make a start, necessarily mean that such. conditions obtainable under
One woman lost your lives, is unions will not be enduring and particular circumstances. This 19, 1767 The Mason-Dixon Line, named for two English
woman saw $25 to It that efficient finan uplifting With the years, the may also have everything to Surveyors, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, established
of the' wily con provides the ability to be wiser and more do with the way the future will to settle a dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland families.
We can't see how opens the gates to practical is considerably enhanced shape up for both yourself and
*f ride by con ; of success. your life companion. Feb. 19, 1921 Henry Lowry was lynched by being burned alive
by a mob at Nodena
newspapers are 40 32 14 612 3-60-55-15-629 5.50-66-13-444 Ark.

and if one reads PISCES Feb. 20, 1827 Hiram R. Revels, first Negro senator from
this kind of VIRGO SAGITTARIUSBORN BORN FEB. Mississippi ((1870-71), was born.

the con artists.One BORN AUG.
woman drew NOV. 19thMAR. 20tb( Feb. 21, 1922 Dirigible "Roma" exploded, descending at
-EPr., 22od Hampton, Va. wbereHampton Institute is located.
handed it to the 23rd-DEC. 21st Turn the page. It looks as if
s done is done. There Many can help. Those who the die has been cast, and there
disappeared Feb.
be the slightest Justi understand the true purpose Is nothing else to do but to 23,1868 Dr. W. E. B. DuBols authorstatesmanNAACPdirector
always the same for trying to negate or in making an end to one phase follow the direction that has for more than 25 years,was born in Barrlngton, Mass.'

money strangers whatever has been of your existence, and ,been destined for you.. The
Feb. 24, 1811 Bishop Daniel A. of the AUE Church and
: Payne
some one who during the previous establishing a start toward a future, too, Is likely to take on founder of
Any attempts to do so new one, should be as helpful A new color, one that may be Wilberforce University, wasbornatCharlestonS.C.Feb. .
drawing so much ; only invite a return to as they are sympathetic. It is more positive In character than
Nobody gets conditions you may kinder to assume the full .the previous one.; Those who Dunbar. 24, 1934 Mathilda Dunbar, mother of poet Paul Laurence
material world. struggled so hard to responsibility for decisions and may be temporarily freed of died.
body who wants There are encouraging actions than to try and make marital ties could already bethinking
ments in the Feb. 25, 1870 Hiram Revels, Mississippi Negro, took oath of
that they offing for others share them with you, of how to !go about
money office in U. S. Senate.
who plan together with No one can or should really 'forming a new one. Plsceans
selfishness and more. direct someone else's life, for who feel that only love counts
.. This would nc., Nature has:decreed that each 'in Choosing a prospective: mate Feb. 25, 1939 L. G. Jordan Baptist pioneer and missionary
Keep ir ec r; uplifting, as far as the Individual must Accept alone, are apt.-to fare better than to Africa who also served u secretary*of .minions' ,' ;died.
Is concerned but the mission that she 6aa se others who have only their Colompla *; :*?
U.S. interesting as well lected. material welfare in view Feb. 25, 1946 Negro community of Tenn.. prevented
lynching of a war veteran and his mother.
70.2212.100A 7-90-21-18-722! 4-90-33-16-110
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TEATIIU1E Doll Show Winners

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Lily White Lodge 154 will
'cpouor Midwinter TeaSun&y
at 4 P..., at Gibbs ChapelAME k k.gat
Church. Mrs. Susie McGraw
will be the speaker and the .
male Chorus at Mt. Calvary
Baptist Church will render the '
music. r -
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The City School Guards will
sponsor a Post-Valentine Tea
Sunday at 4 p.m., In Richard r r?
L. Brown School 1535 Mllnor r
St. Mrs. Louise Steward Is
program chairman.

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4fs
Usher Board 2 of Day Spring ; M
t
Baptist Church will sponsor Its h .ti
annual Coffee Hour March 12
at 4 p.m., In the church dining : k c : :
area. Mrs. Sarah Davis .
Washington will be the speaker. I In

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Lily White Lodge 237 will :
sponsor a Red and White Tea
Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m., at
Blodgett Homes, 1702 Davis St. rr'r Ny.ra'r .

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Pride of Macao Temple 186,
IBPOE ofW., will sponsor a
Calendar Tea March 19 from w
4 to 6 p.m., In the Elks
Auditorium. Mrs. Edith Taylor aI C, 4s
la general chairman. The cap-
bins are: Mrs. G. C. Bowen, DOLL SHOW ---Winners and participants In numerous classifications. Carlton I Bryant
Mrs. Hattie 1. James Mrs. tlie "Doll Show" held recently at the director of the recreation center is seen
Mildred Giniam, Mrs. E. Slmond Johnson Recreation Center are shown standing at extreme left and recreation
Taylor Mrs. E. Peacock here. Over 76 young doll-loving girls center aid Joyce Andrews is seen at right
Anderson, Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs.A. participated In the event which had in background.
L. Wilson Mrs. E.. _
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M. Clarkston, Mrs. Queen B.
Williams, Mrs. D.Acosta,Mrs. Student Council Eugene Butler High Shirley Harris In Senior Recital

A. M. Johnson and Mrs. E. L. -.11 -....... .-
Brewton. Of C. G. Woodson School FacultyIn L 1.

Mrs. Betty White Presents ProgramThe Talent ShowThe 1/,

Eugene J. Butler High
Elected President School faculty will sponsor the
Student Council of CarterG. first annual talent show March s s ,
Of Band ParentsMrs. Woodson Elementary School 10 at 8 p.m., In the school vJ
presented a program to the auditorium. :;
student body portraying famous "Falcons Faculty Fantasy"
Betty White was"elected American Negroes Presentation Is the theme for the show, and
president of the Northwestern of sketches will feature the entire faculty.R. .
Junior High School Band concerning tho lives of these L. Mitchell and Mrs. U V.
Parents Club. persons were portrayed. They Donaldson are chairman and
Other officers are: Mrs. E. were: cochairman.The: .
Durham, vice president; Mrs. Music-Marlon Anderson, faculty members will be
Ruth King, recording secretary Darlene Floy -Grade 8; Art- featured In square dances
; Mrs Ruby Lewis, Edmonia Lewis, Gladys Hart- imitations, chorus lines soft
financial secretary; Thomas Grade 4; Science-George shoe and a "Supreme"group. ,
Brown business manager; Washington Carver, Paul dancel1 impressionist will \
Benjamin Kennerly, assistant Seals-Grade 4;Sports-Jackie also be presented. ,
business manager; Mrs. Nora Robinson, Harold Telfalr Principal George Nairn has
.. Stafford treasurer; Mrs. Alice Grade t;, PpUtlcs\ -:Or, Ralph invited the public to attend this rr
I Pender -chap1a.1D; Mrs. Vernell.Bunche, Leroy Brown--Grade first talent show.Grealer i/
James, reporter; A. Johnson, 5;. Education-Dr. Carter G.
photographer and J. E. Baker Woodson, Moses Scott-Grade Payne ,
director. 5.The E ,
program was narratedby
the Student Council Holds Services Y
President, Charles King. .4
Shirley Harris, clarinetist, at Yowl Allegretto Fantasia by
Services Sunday In Greater Bethune-C 0 0 k m aD College 'S. Mlskow; Bagatelles for Y
Payne AME Church will begin thrilled a capacity audience In Clarinet and Plano by Gerald S
with the Sunday School at 9:30 the Heyn Memorial Chapel Find; and Fantasia and Rondo,
a.m., with Mrs. R. M. Mills during a Senior Recital re- Op. 34 by C. M. von Weber.
HOME presiding. cently.In The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
OWNERSBORROW Rev. R. A. King, pastor, will partial fulfillment of the Norman Harris Jacksonville,
deliver the sermon at 11 sum. requirements for the Bachelorof Shirley would like to becomea
UP TO $5,000 The mid-winter baby contest Arts Degree the pretty professional clarinetist
will terminate at 6 p.m. co-ed played Concerto by W.A.
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j/ AYa4rT Willie James Halts, 1539 Lee and skirts
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Lamar Martin 2104 Myrtle ,4
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r Robert Holmes, 2338 Johnson I SHELLS ..,
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; '1 ?" Eddie Walker, 1232 Davis St., color-cued navy, plum or green, Dacron polyester-cotton poplin,
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Lomax, 1236 Odessa St., 19. polyester-nylon. . $4 box-pleats. . .$6

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Ivory Louis Carr, Wallace;,. (@) Rib. knit. Helancanylon (CD) Slim-Jim( sheath skirt with
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I CHURCH NEWSABYSSINIA ,r St. Mary Mali Chores I




BAPTIST Miss Smith and 0. L., Meadows in charge. Evening service
Tt services Sunday In Abyssinia Baptist Church begin with commences at 8clock.. Missionary Day will be observed.
the Sunday School at 8:30 a.n., with Superintendent W.a. Choir rehearsal will be held each: Sunday at 1 p.m., and Bible
.HcNeal In charge.;Moraine service begins at 11 o'clock with study Tuesday night Confession service will be bald Friday
Her. B. L. Wynn pastor, presiding. Choir 1 and Usher Board at 6 p.m
1 will serve. Joint fellowship service will be held at t.30 p....,
at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. The Male Chorus and all ashen HOUSE OF GOD
will serve. The Sunday School Department will sponsor Its The Rouse of God services Sunday begin with the Sunday
annual tea at 3 p.m. BTU wilibeheld at 9:30 p.m., with Deacon School at 10 a.m., with Superintendent E. L. Bonapartm
Hudson Jordan presiding. The evening! service will begin at charge. Elder J. ... Tarver, pastor, will review the lesson.
6.41: o'clock. Rev. J. S. Smith will have charge of the morning servicein
Interest of the state assembly which will be held In March.
CHURCH OF GOD Usher Board 2 will serve. The evening service will begin at A
Services Sunday In the Church of God In Christ 4 will begin 7:30clock with Deacon: J. D.Burlatuharp of the devotion. r 1
with the Sunday School at 10 a.m., with Mrs. Emma Levy and Prayer service will be held Tuesday DI&bI.Ud tarry meeting
Deacon Walker West presiding. The lesson, "Faithful In the Friday

Little and In Much," will be reviewed by Elder W. F. Faust, Al&bt."T. } 4L1{+l ?
pastor. TABOR BAPTIST
The morning service begins at 12 o'clock. Choir 3 and Usher Services Sunday In Mt. Tabor Baptist Church begin with the
Board 1 will serve with Minister Charles Reed, Miss Doris Sunday School at 9.30: ajn., with Deacon: Jason Barr In charge.
Faust and Karen Faust In charge of the music. The pastor' The lesson, "Faithful In Little and In "ucb." will be reviewed
will deliver the sermon. by Rev. H. T. Overstreet, pastor. Morning service begins at
Fellowship/ service will be held Monday night for the local 11 o'clock with the pastor and Rev. George Cherry associate
district churches of God in Christ, according to Elder Jessie minister presiding. The Violet Social Club will be guest. Choirs
Williams, district superintendent. S, 4 and Usher Board 1 will serve. At 3 p.m., the choirs union
will sponsor a program, and at 4:30 p.m. the BTU will beheld
FIRST BORN TEMPLE with the president In charge. The evening service begins ,
Youth Day will be observed Sunday First Born Temple, at 6 o'clock. The rally will terminate during the service. A
825 W. Monroe St. Elder Len Smith will have charge of the musical program will be presented.
services. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m., with SuperintendentM.
McQueen In charge. Morning service at 11 o'clock; YPCW NEW MT. OLIVE
at 5.30 p.m., and evening service at 7:30 o'clock. A. Pontes Youth Day will be observed Sunday New lit. Olive Baptist 7'
will be the'speaker. Church The sermons will be delivered by Rev T. Asbnry. : 'vW
The services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.
FIRST CORINTH Morning service at 11 o'clock and .evening service at 6:30
Services Sunday In FlrstCorlnth Baptist Church will begin o'clock.
with the Sunday School at 930am.: The lesson will be reviewed Installation services for District 4 will be held during the i :

by the pastor. Morning service begins at ll'U o'clock. The evening service. Choir 3 and Usher Board I will serve with ..;. :' "' "''J' ..., .UE.J; !! mi r. M in .. "'; '
youth choir and ushers will serve. Deacon Edgar Slmms will Peter Knox at the console.

assist the youths In the devotion. At 3 p.m., the youths will .
sponsor a tea. The senior mission will meet at 4 p.m., in the WALTERS MEMORIAL ON PROGRAM When Mt. Olivetti
Baptist Church
annex, and the evening service begins at 6:45 o'clock. Choir 1, Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AMX: Zion Church Its 18th Annual Men's observed Mr. Collie, Deacoo'NaY1l Collie, Speaker Ret. W J. Tanner; I
Gospel Chorus and Usher Board Z will serve.Prayer meetings commence with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., with Superintendent Tanner as guest speaker Day anniversary the main attraction recently was,with the Rev St. Mary W.F. pastor of St. Mary Baptist Church,Her.John Stephen; t pastor of I

have been scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., and teachers' Arnett B. Rogers presiding, assisted by Eddie Male Chorus Seated from left to right are Rev t.C. MicMng.I ift. Calvary Baptist Church and MR. Victor Bain.
meeting at 8:30 Brown Jr. The topic "Faithful In Little and In Much," win

p.m.HOLY TABERNACLE be The reviewed morning by service Rev ii begins C. Archie at,11 pastor.o'clock and the Christian WO MINUTES '"' .

Services Sunday In the Holy Tabernacle: Church, 9th and Endeavor League at 5 p.m. At 8 p.m., the evening service [I ::::::Altar Call J '
Pearce Sts., begin with the Bible School with Miss Mary Smith begins. Choirs 1, 2, and Usher Board 1 will serve with Mrs. r. linN THE BIBLE .
presiding At 11:30 a.m., the morning service begins with Annie Mae Davis at the Instrument.At ,
Bishop R. L. Jones presiding. The devotion will be led by the 3 p.m., Mrs. Lessle Murphy will sponsor a program in n coiMiuut IIMJ.. ITAM IOCMTVCMCA mi.atalAN .
deacons.: At 5 p.m., the Young People's>> Union will meet with' Interest of the trustees "NOTHING TO SAY: REV.SAYS IT ANYHOW" .0, tumoit eoeuCHURCH
"Stand up or get out" was the ultimatum of a Grenada(Mis') J

Youth Groups CALENDAR white Methodist minister gave, his congregation last fall,
Rev. J.I. Wilson Raines Choral Group following the school Integration Incidents there according to GOING


i Is For Slated For RecitalThe Slate Joint EVENTS 'a The Look Rev.Magazine C. B. Hurt feature,.S3,story pastor recently, First Methodist Church exhibited There !la an Important passage on It Is a truly blessed experience(for

Speaker the kind of strong spiritual leadership It's going to church going In Hebrews 10:23-25: : those who have been liVed by the
Women of Allen BUCKMAN: SINGERS
Young Talent ShowThe take to effect a change in the deep Sooth's racial bigotry. "Let us hold fast the professionof grace of God, to assemble to expms
of MU Zion AME Church win SET FOR
i Buckman RECITAL will He viewed the violence directed at Negro school children our faith without wavering. their praise together in song, to lift
Event present the William Raines The Singers be
f Baptist East Florida and Bethany from the window of his church study. lie asked himself at And let us consider one another, to their hearts togrfftrr in prayer and to
Choral Group In a musical and presented In a recital: Sunday
b dramatic recital Sunday at 7 District Youth and Friendly at 3 p.m., In First Baptist that moment "My God, what has the church been doing provoke Unto love and to food works; join together In the study of God's
Rev. I. L. Wilson, pastor ot In the church auditorium. Youth Mission Association will Church 3rd and LeAngle Sts. that this could happen not for ssking the assembling of our Word so as to "grow in grace and
p.m., ,
that
Second: Baptist Church, The under direction of present a talent show Sunday The members of Magnolia There are many other malodorous societal conditions selves together, aa the manner ol In the knowledge of our Lord Jew
:f Amerlcus, Ca., will be the group, in Friendly Baptist Church. Church ought be viewed by the church that should evoke the same tome la. Christ."
f Mrs Olivia Smith, Is featured Baptist Rev. 8.
speaker for the 12th The The part1clpant.lncludaR.: V. will render query.In We are often urged, these days: In these! days of tension and confusion
annually by the Peoples, pastor,
group.
anniversary celebration of the fact this Is a dally question that the church tlerachy, "
Is Invited to Daniels Glee Club Mrs.Myrtle at "Go to the church of your choice. there ia a tendency for even
attend. an afterrservlce
public
t Courtesy Committee cube East Lee Baron, Mrs Lulls Watts, 8p.m. program the parish minister and the laity should be asking of the in* The implication is that one churchIs the most sincere Christians to be

Florida and Bethany Baptist Mrs. Edith Jones Mrs. Barbara Simmons youth Union Progressive Baptist stltution into which they pour millions of dollars and countless-- as good as another-Just to you so occupied with temporal things

Association Senior Women'saNrsary choir. Little Rock Baptist; Church and the Excelsior ,manhours of devotion and tribute. go to church. But thia Is not to. that they deprive themselves of the
Department. lo Render Recital Janice Hughes, youth choir, Singers, and the BuckmaDtttes.w : Rev. Burt further raised the Issue of the church's relevance The Scriptures teach that the encouragement;,and spiritual uplift
lite ,wU be held ; ,., Sprlnghill Baptist, Calverettes, 111 participate. when he stated "Nowhere do the Gospels measure a true.Cfcurch hcotepgsedpltllOMwho I thatcomes; from! ;; getling'together
Feb. U at 7:45 p.m., In First Mrs. Edith'Jones'wiQ be program, man's religion by how much be pays the preacher or toes to'
pre youth choir, St. Matthew, Miss March 5 at 7:30 p.m.MRS. u" have placed their faith In th,j with other Christians. 'But tone
I New Zion Baptist Church sented recital InSLStephen church or serves on a committee. I have only contempt for '
a
Joanne Hicks, and Gregory JESSE POLICE Lord Jesus Christ as the Savior who are just the times when true 1 believers
,: Leading talent In the city will AME Church Sunday at 7:45: Sunday religion" :
Hicks; Mrs.; Dallas S. Watts SETS ANNIVERSARY died for their sins. Surd are toldto need the encouragement of
: also participate. and sponsored by Mrs. Is chairman. Church congregations who use such standards as the salary
p.m.
f. program "hold fast" the faith which they each others' and should
Choir 3 of Mt. Sinai Baptist Jennie Vea Crockett In Interestof Mrs Jessie M. Polke will they pay Rev. Whatnot, the new suits and,shoes they buy him have professed without waveringThis particularly remember company the adomoni-
Church will render song the Men's Day celebration.Mrs. observe her 11th anniversaryas or the Cadillac they give him for his anniversary, are helping
;'. service, and Deacon G. W. 'Jones Is a member of Go To Church a singer Sunday at 8 p.m.. to perpetuate a vicious system that renders the Institutional, those must who come first, for it is only tion of Scripture not to forsake "the,
have first exercised
; Scott of First Baptist will give Mt Sinai Baptist Church and In Greater Payne AME Church church totally Irrelevant to the real work of the Church.By such assembling of yourselves together
faith, who can meet together with and much the see
East 23rd St. so more as ye .
t the offering appeal, assisted Is one of the leading soloists the same token, the minister that both expects such of mind "
unity and
by Robert Harl" Mistress of In Choir 2. She will be accompanied This SundayNOW The participants Include: luxuries from his congregation and measures his own success each other purpose to en. the day approaching.

,: Ceremonies will be Mrs. Annie by Cass Shootes and Heavenly Angel Prayer Band, by receiving them Is selling the GOSPEL:; and'himself, short, courage to good work." "to love and
r Huff, and will be presented by Neal Bland Choir 1, Midway Tabernacle and cheap.
Baptist Choir I Mt.
Arlington; Star "If.a preacher has nothing to say to the problems people
Illle/ 1 Zloo Methodist Lone
; have to their frustrations and cares, then he's got nothing to
Sykes Gospel Singers, say," so states Rev. Burt. And so that I say, "Amen. ELECTCOAKLEY
Preston Brooks
Sr. Mrs Alice
h If even SO per cent of the Negro clergy, for example, said
3118 Edgewood Ave. W. Boston and Bostonettes, Mrs.
Gussle something meaningful on Sunday morning that would enable
P. Mrs.
Gray Gladys Negro America to assert Itself and work with those forces that
Abney Mrs. Eloulse Baker of
4 LOCATIONSTO will bring about his freedom, the Negro minister would be TAYLOR
Yulee Mrs Louise '.
SERVE YOU ; Morrow joined In his efforts by many other ministers like Rev. Burt
Crews Mrs.Vernon
Gospel .
Singers, and racial discrimination: could soon be put to flight. .
Rivers and Mrs. Nellie
3701 EMERSON Grains I STATE SENATOR

130 CASSAT AVE. .TRAVELING STARS

1824 WEST BEAVER The TO Traveling GIVE RECITAL Stars will HERE IT IS DISTRICT 10

render a program Sunday night "
in Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist Baker, Duval, Nassau,
LET US SAVE YOU
I ] Church.
t Appearing on program are: ADAM CLAYTON POWELL'SHISTORY I
MONEYl St. Johns Union
|, ON YOUR MEAT | Travelettes Crusaders, Mrs. ,
Thelma Edwards and
Tile 1 marl tt II Thompkln MAKING MESSAGE TO YOU !! A JACKSONIAN DEMOCRAT
Singers and the Thomas

I' U.S. Govt. Graded "GOOD" BEEF Singers The program Is being d t rry1i PaId Political Advertisement ,
sponsored by Rev.S.Sheffield.! ,y M
WAYMON CHAPEL AME / ,1 .
EVENT TERMINATESThe N POWELL*MCSSAM 3.
Captains Rally In Waymon ;, JANUARY WST.AN EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL PUflCHASE
! STEAK SALE w FROM CHRYSLER CORPORATION
Chapel AME Church will termInate -

Sunday. Fun Price Down
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Powell Plans Supreme Court Jaxon Is U.S. House Page Jason Receives Scholarship Award I

World News Diges.

Appeal If He's Not Seated b r

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WASHINGTON->-Rep. Adam Clayton Powell U reported NEW HERO
to be planning u appeal of the denial of Us seat In Congress NAIROBINPI- Color has
I all tilt way to the U. S.Supreme Court If necessary.And '4 been added to the "Great While
wWASHINGTON Hunter" myth, with the addition
the Julian Bond case Is a somber, thoughtful side of to the romanticized fraternity
likely to be cited as'[a himself, which conflicts with of white-only safari leaders of
precedent. In that cam, the brassy, tenant Image of the first black hunter In modern
appealed to the top>> court, the himself projected In the news times. The new, 'hunter"
Georgia legislator's seat was papers. Marumu Akunar, 48-year-old
restored. Foreseeing a time when all Mbulu tribesman who came up
The chances that Powell would men win walk together In through the ranks after working
need such an appeal.Increased brotherhood, Powell took Issue 10 years as a gunbearer to
u be failed to answer questions with those whocrjr,"burn,baby, become a member of the ex-
;at a .committee bearing, where burn. He noted that those who elusive East African
Owls: fitness for office shout this cry only destroy Professional Hunter Associa
'TIS Investigated.The their own substance. tion.
committee chairman Rep. "When you learn, baby, learn,
:Emanuel Celler (D-N. YJ said, then you can earn, baby,earn," b POSTAL CHIEF
''after Powell declined to offer he said. LUSAKANPI>- The first
:more than basic facts about "The white man respects only black Zamblan to become post-
"himself, that his committee had two things: your vote and your master general of his recently
no choice but to take official dollar," he said urging Independent country Is Vincent .
note of bearings conducted In Negroes to become financially Chungu N s om I, 42yearoldcareer _' ...H.UliJu..I.uuall I/-
December by a subcommitteeof and politically strong. civil servant A product
the House Administration Black power, he added of Makerere University-Col Addisoo flyers, a native of Jacksonville, Fla., center, a third year oharmacy major at
Committee. "doesn't mean anything unless legs, and American University, Florida AIM University, Is shown here receiving a $300 check from Mr. L. Lenhorn,
That IUbcommlttJ. found that yon hare green power." Washington, D. C., he entered representative from the Jacksonville branch of the McKeisoo-Robblns Company. The a-
Powell had spent funds of the And a mugging In Harlem. he the civil service In 1951. ward Is presented annually to a third year pharmacy major with the highest academic
Education and Labor went on, is Just as senseless average. Looking on Is Mr. Hurd Jones, dean of the FAMU School of Pharmacy.
Committee, which he formerly u the war in Viet Nam. 1 SAME OLD STORY nhoto by E rru>"t Flllyau
beaded, for private trips. Meanwhile, the Gallup Poll D. C. U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett, TOKYO -- Children of
Thus, Powell's chances revealed that whites are more Jacksonville, at right, Is shown with Thaddeus E. Kitties, Japanese mothers and DesegregationSeen Wins Townes Predicts
Jaxon
of being seated dimmed. than three to one against Powell 18, a Junior at William U. Raines Senior High School, who American Negro fathers are-
Earlier, It had been reported than t three to one against Is a page in the U. S. House of Representatives for the as In many another country LaggingIn
that j Congressmen were Powell's being seated in month of February, 1967. Kittles':is the son of Mr. and Mrs. around the globe--having the Contest For High GOP Negro
receptive to the Idea of seating Congress. Archie St. Clair, 1263 West t 32nd Street, Jacksonville. most difficult time being ac- Comities
Powell, In view of his effortsto Negroes, however, upheld cepted for adoption by the 3
pay a libel judgment in New Powell's right to the seat two Southernerners Give Japanese. Least accepted by Flag Design Voter Increases
ChosenAs
FAMU
York. to one, Gallup found. not only the Japanese but TALLAHASSEE A federal
Powell cut t record entitled Among Powell's supporters Americans, u well, these off official Wednesday called A Bethune-Cookman College LCS ANGELES Clarence
"Keep the Faith Baby" and was Julian Bond, who found a Optimistic Racial Test Center springs of World War D school desegregation In heavily freshman, Breon Waters Townes Jr., special-assistanceto
I directed that proceeds were to link between his case,' which alliances are saldito be the Negro Gadsden and Jefferson of Jacksonville, Fla. won a National Committee Chairman
go toward paying on the ed to the U. S. PreditionsNEW most apt to run afoul the law Counties "disappointing" and State-Wide Leadership Ray C. Bliss, said Monday
Supreme For HTE.TALLAHASSEE
Judgment. Court and PoweU's. than any other.
**. asked more Improvement this Conference Contest for that he sees the California
In that record Powell revealed According to the Georgia ORLEANSNPILocalwhites Fla.- year. his design of a flag represent- Negro electorate tripling Itself
.representative; Powell was u gave a very optimistic Florida AtM University has SIGN PACT John Hogdon, Department of fag the Cooperative>> Education In Republican ranks.
t UNITED NATIONS (NPIA
Docent: u babe in arms"c"Ompareel picture of the Negro in that city. been?designated u test center Heal Education and Welfare Clubs of Florida. Townes accompanied Massa
Blessings! Blessings! to some other Five politicians in the Crescent for administering the National total of 50 signatures has now ( ) representative, Waters received news of the chusetts' Senator Edward
been collected on the International
Congressmen. City were candidates for a city Teacher Examinations March commented during a meeting State-Wide winning entry from Brooke m on his triumphant
The man born with the gift.Rev. Bond said he doubted whether council position In a netghbornood 18. College seniors preparing Convention on toe with county school official that Jack. P. McClellan, a State Lincoln Day visit to the West.
Elimination Forms of
of All
Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Powell would have been ousted where the population 40 to teach and teachers applying a reasonable goal would be to Supervisor from the .De- Coast
Georgia It Is through God that from the House had he been per cent Negro said "The best for positions school systems Racial Discrimination.The 49th have 12,I per cent of Negro panment of Education at In a' Press Club news conference -
and 50 nations to sign are
I can remove all evil conditions, white. qualified persons should receive which encourage or require pupils attending formerly white Tallahassee. A check In the Townes painted out
Somalia and Burundi
some questions you may wish Other Powell supporters were city government Jobs, regard applicants to submit their schools within one year.In amount of $10.00 from the that the Republican ticket polled
to know found at Howard University In less of race." scores on the NTE along with respectively. The convention Gadsden (QuIncy), 7,700 of Education Department was only six per cent of California
Washington, whose students Speaking at a luncheon at the. other credentials are eligibleto binds states which sign "to 10,900 public school pupils are presented to Waters by Dr. Negroes last year-a 100 per
DO YOU NEED MONEY? engineered an "Operation Walk Press Club of New Orleans, take the tests. The examinations condemn racial discrimination Negro, but Hogdoo said only Richard V. Moore, president cent gain over 1964-while
B MY SICKNESS NnURALCAN ; Softly" plan. Inc., where there were no Negro are prepared and and undertake to pursue, by. about 175 presently attend of Bethune-Cookman College nationally more than 19 per cent
all and with
MY HUSBAND STOI The students were to rally guests present, the five candidates administered by Educational appropriate means once-white schools. He recently of Negroes voted GOP.
,DRINKING? on the steps d House office State Representative Eddie Testing Service, Princeton, out delay,policy of eliminating Indicated the number shouldbe Waters entered the contest The 39-year-old native of
racial discrimination in all Its "
CAN MY WIFE STOP buildings and visit the offices 1;. Sapir, Rudolph F. Barker N. ..J.At forms and nearer 800. .as a.senior William Raines Richmond, Va., said Negro candidates -
.DRINKING? of selected representatives to m, Richard Klorer, Dennis the one-day session, a promoting" Gadsden Superintendent Max High School In Jacksonville, "must be selected and
', CAN MY LOVE ONES present their views on Lacey and Hugh V. St Paul,all candidate may take the Common understanding among races. Walker said the county was Fla. must seek office on their own.
BE RETURNED? the Powell case agreed that any candidate who Examinations, which Include NEW MONEY UNIT operating under the freedom merits, not as 'showcase can
The rally and visits were to desired to be elected such tests In Professional Education of choice plan and had "no AMALGAMATION didates' appeasing other Ne.
LUSAKA (NPI) Effective
They call me the (Rootman). be preceded by a campus meet district "must do everything to and General Education, and one next Jan. 16, Zambia will shift Mytrf knowing what percentage ATLANTA-NPI-The) recent groes."
But I am only a servant of Ing on the theme of "People appeal to all voters." of the thirteen Teaching Area to the decimal currency, with, of Negro children will chooseto formation of the Pres- Negroes are Insultedby'show-
God. Because God Is the who live In glass housesshouldn't The candidates pointed to the Examinations,' which are attend the predominantly of case candidates', Said
"Kwacha" the basic bytery
." the u Georgia u a part
answer to all Wes problems. ( throw stones) progress of the Negro In civil designed to evaluate his understanding monetary unit. The Kwacha will white schools." of the United Presbyterian Townes, "and are disgusted
all rights in the city Negroes eating of matter In Jefferson (Montlcello) with the Democratic Party trendof
I am the King of Day : the subject be equal to $1.40, and will be Church on the U.s.A., brings
Prophets. Send for my special'i PURITANISM AND RACE and staying at all hotels and and. methods applicable to the divided Into 100 Ngwee, each Hogdon said desegregation was 22.Negro: and )while churches selecting candidates, from i i

.selected Bible verses. To be I ,f restaurants, riding without all transportation discrimination 'area be..nay be..acajgneo to wbrtt Hi little more than.>ajpenhy4BI v r nor better 1 or.JIIIdI. into ,a,s\ngle,Judlcatorv.! '. only .black, .belts.. ", '..
media teach. (
read on SPECIAL DAYS.
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Send self-addressed.tamped I WASHlNGroN-NPI- holding their Bulletins of information r .... 'I -
tanism is back of all the problem social gatherings in practically
envelope and $2.00 for Bible describing registration
of race relaUons.the fear,hostility all of the clubs hotels and
verses and spiritual Message. big forms may be obtained from
and turmoil within the
You will receive Bible verses restaurants and even having the Test Service Bureau,
by return mall. Unites States, said the Rev. pictures of their social activities Florida AtM University, Box
Send To: David Osborn, Paint Branch published in the local white 190, Tallahassee, or directly
Unitarian Church last week.
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin daily. from the National Teacher
630 Morrow Avenue He said the harshness of the They pointed out the fact that a Examinations Educational MARKET

I "on, Georgia 31201 American ethic, which stems Negro Is now a police lieutenant Testing Service, Box 911, 5U'ER
I from puritanism,made Its white and supervises whltepatrol- Princeton, N. J.
"I specialize In all cue work observers seek revenge-which men, that another is an assistant
they have taken and still take on THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT ,
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attendance was well on its way. H
STILL TAKING Dr. Dolce predicted the end of of the

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PACE I STAR PAPERS SATURDAY KHMIT 25, 1387

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NAACP Met" AuditionsWon Of ,
N. Y State Legal Aspects Nursing Discussed ,rrlll <


Seeks ChangesIn By FAMU t.f.: : Campus News
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Rights Unit FSU Students I ; ; .' : rlll )) 11"1Irrl



NEW YORJ ...Dr. Eugene T. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-Win. !
oar of the 1967 Metropolitan AiT COLLEGE
Reed president of the New York Opera Auditions for the Stateof 4r
State Conference of the National
Florida Charles Wood-
are A Summer Institute in United States History for Elementary
Association for the Advancement
aid tenor from and
FAMU to be conducted at AAT College beginning on
is
of Colored People, bu' Virginia Duncan and Terri Teachers
charged that the State Commission Schreckengost Sopranos from June 12 and extending through July 28, 1967.
In cooperation with the U.s. Department -
for Human Rights li guilty Florida State University. The Institute sponsored
of Health Education and Welfare, Office of Education -
of "Inaction ,
Each of the three winners
In the future. Dr. Reed a 1d received A cash prize of $80 is authorised under the National Defense Education
here, Feb. 7, instead of relying Act
and all competed in the Southeastern *
on the Commission to investigate Regional Auditions Aimed at the professional advancement of elementary teachers -

charges of discrimination which were held February 10 of American history, grades 4-6, the program is designedto
the State NAACP will go direct In Atlanta. Improve instructional techniques
ly to court on Important cases A senior majoring in musicat { j Participants are eligible for stipends of $75 per week and

Dr. Reed also said the CODter.8nc" FAMU where he is a studentof the usual allowance for dependents.
board of directors bad Mrs. Rebecca Steele Wood- Applicattt! lit will be received through March ML, 1967, and
decided to support state legislation ard was a winner In the 1965 the farms are available through the Director of tlw Institute.

which would drastically auditions. He has been on the, s'yw .
revise the Commission's structure Ted Mack Amateur Hour and FLORIDA AIM UNIVERSITY
procedure in Investigating has appeared with the Unlver "' ;
charges of discrimination. slty Choir throughout the state ,; :. the; Sixteenth Annual Florida Guidance Conference will'
and in the university produce 't'I'. : ; convene at Florida AIM University February 2828. The
FSU Production ; (- ; theme of the conference is "Reaching the New |t Jent."
tion of "Rigoletto". Mrs. MaryH.
.j ,1ti: '' will be chaired by Dew VI JI. ShIrley
: The conference
Jordan of Qulncy is his 11 '... '
:
; the FAMU Division of Stacfcwt Welfare Nat: Didteraoo of
.
Casts MiamiansTALLAHASSEE guardian.NATIONAL ,! : ) t: h H General Foods, White Plains, N.Y., will be the keynote

p.i-- : ." r.: 'btt. t : speaker. The sessions will consist of panel and group discussions
to the issues Involved In "Reacjitagjhe.
I 1. pertaining
Flav Five NOTESSTOP hit. .. it \\ .' .,...;a"' New Student." The conference will: close with a:luncheon!
.
Florida have MM roles University In upcoming students .. ..t/.1!' '(11; ; $': ;tI' t",(;. ,' ,,., on Thursday noon. Dean Lefty Cosby, dean of Women at the
KLAN FEARCHARLOTTE "J I'f' b' ", University of Florida, will be the luncheon speaker.
production of the newplay, "My N.C.-(NP1) VJ.h'. :. ,V. ..i M. ) J .
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rYP > '
which Mother began, My March Father,1-5 and by Me the, Stop being afraid of the Ku Klux Attorney Joseph Gibbs, second from left, associate professor the FAMU campus recently. Left to right are s Levis|Joyce FAYETTEVILLE STATE COLLEGE

Florida State University Theater Klan was the urging to come in the Florida MM University College of Law, is Greene, Birmingham, Ala.; Atty. Gibbs; Cyrilla Miles,Tampa
from Jack Crum director of shown here ,discussing the legal aspects of nursing with president of the FAMU Nurses' Club; and Frances Artlmus, With an ambitious and much improved season under its
The production will mark the Christian Social Action, North several students in the FAMU School of Nursing. He was Jacksonville FAMU staff photo by Ernest FWyau.FAMU' belt, the Drama Guild of Fayettevllle State College has an
first time that FSU and AIrIU Carolina Council of Chruches, _one of the principal speakers during a nurses' seminar on even more promising season. ahead. Already, plans are
last week Speaking to tII.1oqIIIU being made for the National Association of Dramatic and
students have been Jointly Involved Employment Opportunity Com Speech Arts Fayettevllle State will be the host this year
in a production the theater Credit Union President Honoredj'
mission. be said. "The fear of and this event will be the largest Dramatic event ever held
said. many people has been under EDUCATION ROUNDUPBy on FSCs campus. There will be approximately thirty colleges -
Gladys Perry of Miami and standable. Preachers, educators and universities represented, each of which will be

,I ,'uMstuden David Helper of Mulberry, both government officials NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL competing for various awards. Last year, students from
will p 1 lay the and industrial leaders have all "
featured roles of Hannah Fayetteville State College literally "mopped up, walking
and been afraid to work for equal REVIEW away with three awards. Last year the NADSA was held at
I Styron. Aslo
appearing in the
employment opportunity for all NEW ORLEANS -(NPI)>- A federal court decision ordering Grambllng College, Grambllng, Louisiana.
production will be FAMU
Smith students people without regard to race." public schools to desegregate all grades this fall will be r
Eugene and Ethel
: reviewed by the Fifth U. S. Court of Appeals. A COLLEGE
Demps, both of Miami, and Marine SUFFERING IS NEED three-judge FORT VALLEY STATE
LOUISVILLE KJ-aipn- federal panel had ordered full deseerecation in a Dec. 29
Carr, Homestead. A belief that the church In the decision: Louisiana and Alabama sought to have the' full the fifth Annual Social Science Regional Fair will be held
With the addition of thefive United States is "too rich andfat 12-judge court rule on the issue.Acknowledging importance 1 In the college auditorium at Fort Valley State College on
students to the play, the casting
of the question, the court agreed March 2,1967.
and needs to suffer before
for the production is complete, to offer dimension
The Social Science Fair is designed a new
,it can truly become the Instrument
I according to Richard Fall on, HIGHEST to social science Instruction in Georgia. The project is financed
God wants it to be
genera director of the FSU Theater was aired by the Rev. Colin, LITTLE ROCK -(NPIWilliam Harry Fowler, 44, has been by the Sears Roebuck Foundation, and this is the filthy
and director of the play. M. Molt Morris,British Methodist named to the highest position ever held by a Negro in the city'sschool it has been held to Georgia where the idea was pioneered.i
missionary system. He will become assistant superintendent for All exhibits should be In place by 10:00: a.m., and they will
FUND United Church of president personnel post that will put him in charge of hiring and remain on display until 3:00 p.m., at which time the winners

a public meeting sponsored by assigning teachers. Fowler, principal of an all-Negro elementary will be announced and prizes awarded. Winners are grouped
SUPPORTNEW the Methodist Board of Mission.\ school, said he would place teachers where they "will Into three categories, fourth through sixth, seventh thourgh
He said that missionary work best serve, regardless of race;. ninth, and tenth through twelfth grades Only winners of first
and second In local school
place competition are eligiblefor
YORK-(NPI)- Among was set back"not for weeks,
FOUR PLANSROCHESTER. In the
those benefiting from but for years" when racial competition regional fair.
'I grants groups totalling $77,500 discrimination incidents in the N, Y. -(NPIThII'clty'. school board was Brochures describing the project may be obtained from
approved studying four plans to Dr. S.E. Rutland the Fort Valley State College Fort Valley
by the United Presbyterian UJ5. and Britian are reported integrate the schools. Each of the plans, ,
Commission on Religion ,in many African countries. proposed by Schools Supt. Herman R. Goldbert divided the Georgia.
city into wedge-shaped school districts that
and Race, is the Southern would extend from
Christian Leadership Conference Negro inner-city areas to the qhlte fringes of the city Each HAMPTON INSTITUTE
YOREErFEC WORECLAREMONT. .dlstrlct would be about 25 cent the overall
per Negro- non-white
beaded by Dr. Martin Calif.-(NP1)- 'percentage. Dr. 'Paul* E.-Newman, recently,retired president of Tex.Iron's .
Luther
King Jr. The SCLC
received -
A program designed to make
Beacon Division, will become the first Business Executive
a $13,000 conditional the Southern California Council UNDERSTANDING NEEDED In Residence at Hampton Institute, it was announcedby
grant to make of possible the Hosea retaining of Churches "more effective CHICAGO -NPI-Schools Supt. James F. Redmond has urged Dr,Jerome H. Holland, college president.

Williams on the laymen SCLC staff. In its present programs parents to try to "understand the urges, the drives, the ( I Dr. Newman, a 56-year-old New Yorker, retired early to
Williams received similar -which include race and pro- rebellious spirit of the young" rather than merely finding devote full time to teaching. In addition to teaching courses
from the support verty work" -was advocatedby fault with them. "Maybe we need to turnoff some of the heat," In business organization and management and serving as
;: commission the new president of the?.he suggested, asserting that adults place "undue strains"upon liaison to corporate talent-hunters, he will also act as consultant
during the past two years church group, Dr. Carroll L. young people today. Redmond said youth was uneuy about the JJl.E. Lee Jr., vice-president of FAMU and president for an internship program which makes work experience

*** *** Sbuster, a Presbyterian lead "whole process of depersonalizaUon" In the adult world., of the FAMU Federal Credit Union, is awarded a loving In Industry an Integral part of the college's business
er. cup by Mrs. Gertha Ellis during the 32nd annual meeting curriculum.
lot the union. The union passed the million dollar mark in
1966. Mrs. Ellis is a member of the union education committee HOWARD UNIVERSITY

ENROLL IN .
| FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau. Senator Edward Brooke (R, Mass.) and three other distinguished

I BOLDEN'S ADULT CLASSES Howard University alumni will be honored at
I Howard March 2 during ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary

Athletic DirectorDURHAM Receives of the founding of the University, The program will
Starting Fikmry 28- Ph.d be held In the Physical Education building Sixth and Girard

Streets, northwest, and is open to the public without charge
N. c.4PI)-James ucatlon Feb. 11, at Temple University Senator Brooke, a 1941 graduate of the College of Liberal

I W. You nge,athletic director and Arts, will be awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of
uslstant professor of physical Younge, whose major was educational Laws. Others honorees, each of whom will receive the

education, North Carolina College administration, is the Alumni Achievement Award, Include Judge William B. Bryantof
ij received. a doctor ate in ed- author of"a book, "Games for Washington, D.C., Calvin H. Conllffe of Cincinnati, Ohio
Children. published in 1959.A.a.a.h and Patricia Shaw Iverson of Asker, Norway.

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JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY


Jacksonville University's 1967 Living Endowment Fund drive
GOODI will be launched Feb. 28, and this year's record goal has been
FEELS_ SO. set at J175,000-n increase of$25,000 over last year's goal
The campaign will be officially kicked off at a dinner meeting
RELIEF FROM THE attended by members of the University Council,the Unlveritys
ITCHING AND' IRR "UPSET SKIN" Board of Trustees, their wives and other members of the JU
,
p.amr'. ITAtTIO'lN family at the Top of the Mayflower.
.
"akin' "0...."'
Olntm.nt The annual fund drive Is conducted by the University Council,

bl.ae'd ieli: : R'rul.r a 50 member group of business, professional and civic leaders
f
C
who
to
from itching wltlll.rp .11t serve an advisory capacity to the University This
mhodes nuked = I'fnIZI: 440 year's campaign will be headed by Carl A. RudicilL, pre
by certain minor
skin Irritations. 4 times a. muclt. Only sea sident of Knight Paper Co. and president of the Council.

blister Tot, Our, Fri. 8 To 10 P.M. Satlifactlon, fuarantaad or your money rafimdad.LOVILIIH MORGAN STATE COLLEGE
OOMPLBXION ;. pros h..d.
-to loe
protactlon with the
I d p-aclinf foamy indication of "Skin '......." Soap. It baauty bathM
COURSES willie It flghta gonna that often .ure .1s pareplratlon odor me .. Morgan State College marded the 150th birthday of Frederick
you aura you ra nice to ba near Palmara "...'" .uo....",SaapSKINSUCCESS Douglass, last week In Murphy Auditorium when Dr. Benjamin

I 1 OI' Quarles, scholar and biographer, presented the Frederick
l HOSPIIAL AIDE CLASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTUMENTS a;jI Douglass Memorial Lecture.

lI Dr. Quarles; professor and chairman of the history department
I traced Douglass life from his slave days on the
Eastern Shore of Maryland until his death when he was citedas

1* BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CLASS( KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS COURSEr r WHEN YOU ARE ill the 19th one century.of the great abolitionists and American stateman of

In his memorial lecture, Dr. Quarles used quotes from such
men as James A. Garfield, William Lloyd Garrison Mark
Twain and James Russell Lowell to show how Douglass Impressed

1 CASHIER SALES CLERK CLASS I r GUITAR. PIANO. VOICE, THEORYADMINISTRATIVE I You When Seek Your Doctor The Best Prescribes Doctor, men of his time

I Get Experienced Pharmacists; PURDUE UNIVERSITY
t
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Purdue University is
merging its financial aid offices to
STAFF Quality Drugs. bolster a guarantee ,that every student will be given whatever

John H. Bolden, President, B. S. M.S. M.Ed. ED. So' Bertha M. help be may need to pay: his way through school.
C. E. BLACK Proprietor J "We've
Bolden, Vice President, B.S Elzie L. Johnson Dean of the pulled together Into one operation, the work which
has
? been handled
team
I on a
: Faculty, B.S. N. A. E. Whitfield, Registrar B.S.., Rebecca Y., : OS Registered Pharmacists To Serve TonI student employment, loans and scholarships.basis by the" said offices Dr.handling Donald

I I: Administrative Thompson, Head, Hospital Aide Dept. RN. Richard L. 'Bold n, { ............-.. COMPLETE LINE OF-............... R. Mallet, vice president and execnvtive dean. "Now we'll be '
Asst. B. S.BOLDEN'S. 'It able to look at every application for financial aid and tailor

i : ."i' I Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries the aid to each student's needs and capabilities
,
COLLEGE JD "It It our hope that
u,:: J we can meet the financial need of any
1
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's qualified student entering the university"

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. The Negro Is FAMU High SGA Executive Committeet



No Minority ELECT:

,WILLIAM H. MANESS

By JOE BROWN ITATI UNATOR-DISraiCT H
People are basically selfish and suffer from bad memOf1-
especially when the memories are bed The Italians the Irish r I )
the German, the Greeks, the Jews, and the Swedes should
never be bigots.'Jbey hare all gone through Just exactly what MANESS IS QUAUFIED
the Negro Is going through In the ghettos today. V
American history books written since 1950 are not fooling BEST THROUGH
anybody. A few of the books written >In 1900, and even host LONG
about 1900, will show what a peat bunch of bad memories EXPERIENCE
we have.In America, and the kind of Christian brothers that AS A PRACTICING ATTORNEY
we had in those days.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Just U surely as historians have omitted Al Capone John
Dlllinger they have also omitted a few of the positive proofs LEGISLATOR intm
of a constant and perpetual stain of inherent American CIRCUIT JUDGE WMH3
blgotry..Jtead a few Teddy Roosevelt speeches, maybe some COMMUNITY LEADER
of our sons and daughters can change tomorrow..And if we CHURCH LEADERVETERANWORLD
leave them alone perhaps they could work out a greater nation
than we ever dreamed possible.A it WAR I
great question to ask one's self Is: What does an Italian FAMLY MAN-MARRIED 2S YEARS, S CHILDREN
have in common with a Jew?Swede with a German, Greek withan FRIEND Of THE PEOPLE RATHER THAN
Irishman?... ANY SPECIAL INTEREST
The answer is nothing...No more than either have in common IN IAKER.DUVAL.NASSAU
with the Negro, yet the Negro supposed to be so different. ST.JOHNS aid UNION COUNTIES
He is supposed to be so conditioned that a pin won't make him
jump.In a Pig's eye I t

selfish.He loves his family, be is greedy, be Is prejudiced, he is MANESS IS YOUR MAN

There are close to 24-mtllion Negroes America today. No Lfl -..-...--,,-
other ethnic group can make that statement They don't have
to. If they are not Black, they can be counted as White.they
can be Brown, Yellow Red or anything..Why? --- - They are needed, thats wby..to balance the books for a These students from Florida A&M University
They are, left to right: Dianne Boardley
,
white from India
majorlty..lndians turn white U
soon as they
High School are learning the operation of P
a u I a Jefferson Freddie
jump off the boat, and they are from Asia.nEgypUans art Dorsey,
turned white toe((, and they are from Africa. our government system by doing. They are Oorothenla Armstead, and Charles Morris. :
Right now In Viet Nam, there are clubs in the city: where members of the Executive Committee of ---FAMU staff photo by Ernest FII Iyau.
Negro troops are not welcomed though whites frequentthem... their Student Government Association. BIICRQyJRY
Yet people! wonder what1 wrong with Stokely Carmichael... .
The black man can stand up and defend this young man Just Aiti-Pomty Brash In First Big Film Chicago Suburb
as surely u whites can stand up and defend white youths
running from the draft in Canada, and the ones left here'yelling VERO BEACH Gets First Negro
"BETTER RED THAN DEAD." Following the recent
During World War 0, American white troops told the German announcement made by I LAY-A-WAY
people that Negro troops bad tails, were monkeys...Ourarmtes Congressman Edward Gurney Police Lieutenant
were even segregated up until the Korean War when America and Senators George Smathers
found out that the Chinese were brain-washing the white and Spessard Holland, more EVANSTON, HI. - troq>S..And having little or no luck with the black troops... details were released on the Chicago suburb, for the first
Those few that defected were more the "victim of high speed anU-poverty grant of $36,061 time, has a Negro police
conning t than brainwashing." to Indian River County in ;lieutenant, William H. Logan, EASTER10YS
The American Negro Is the only majority race on this Florida. This information was
continent or even in this hemisphere. Latin America, is some provided by Frank K. Sloan, 33.An Evanston policeman for
countries have an overwhelming majority-take Haiti. Brazil Southeast Regional Director of rat 10.yeas,"logan; was born< iithe ?
claims to have realized this little inconsistency over 20 years Office of Opportunity suburb and graduated from
ago and proceeded to solve the problem..the Inevitable one... In Economic Evanston Township High School. SUITS'GIRLS DRESSES
numbers and age groups. This Ira refunding of a 6- He is one of Evanston's seven
The average American age of the bjacks is j 3, the average, months Program Development police lieutenants. Logan has
SIZES 2 TO 20 SIZES 1 TO 14
age of the whites 32...Thls age difference Is surely the main grant and is designed to determine _i:1 T'iii served as a youth officer anda
reason why so many Negroes are in Viet Nam. There are the need, develop and detective as well as in the SLIMS REGUlARS.SU"B.TUN
more available. administer programs to aid the patrol and traffic divisions.The .
Russia was considered America's 'main enemy CbJ.Da. a disadvantage and coordinate lieutenant was sworn in HUSKIES FRILLY
Russian lackey. Now, in Just two short years since China any other local efforts being by City Clerk Maurice F.Brown NYLONS
proved that she ,is no one's lackey Russia is not so bad made to combat poverty before Evanston City Manager
after all. Maybe this Is because Russia is white and China In Indian River County !in Wayne Anderson and Police DACRONS Ii COTTOIS
is colored..From' any standpoint nothing else makes sense. Florida. The county populationis Chief Bert Clddens. $1 095
&
The truth Is, China has no navy and no air force most of 29,309 with 51.2% of the UP LARGE SELECTION
her army is In China. She poses absolutely no overt threat residents living in rural area. Embalmed CaU
to American military power yet we are being conditioned The non-white population is (CFN) In ancient Egypt,
to believe that she is worse somehow than Russia. Of the families eat were embalmed, report the FREE:. BOI TIE 98
7,010. 6,61) ....... Purina Pet Can and $
.. Center put
Something else that ought to give us as Americans some the county 2,261 or((32.%)have, ,to rest. In.sacred Cat Templei.. litH EVERY sun. 2. & UP
great CUlcern..J am told that"the foreign service of this nation anilnaome'ot3'6l0Qdt1ea5.Ethel : .; .If. r V*'' ,, ,/
is dominated by southern whites and if this accounts for some of L. Klepp, Executive Di- Raymond Burr and Don Mitchell: are captured in a tense
our alliances: God help US..I simply do not believe that these rector. Economic Opportunity scene from Uhiversal's "World Premiere: ''lr0DS1d./' one -- ---------
American people are capable of giving the true example of Council of Indian River County of 15 full-length motion pictures being produced exclusivelyfor
Amerlca.: ..'lbe roots are not even there.. Is the grantee the NBC Television Network. Mitchell stars u the rebellious -,
Power America Is equality.is not Russia and America are equal 1. Englandand TAMPAFollowing young Negro who becomes Burr's aide and confidant Neivsom's Used Furniture Department

And 'If the sons of Africa had not been made Into physical the recent
mules, they would not need an affirmation of their place in announcement made by Restaurants Drop Color Bar
'this land of white freedom. But the child does not come of Congressman Sam Gibbons and BIG, SELECTION. ALL TYPES
age until he goes out and wins his own plate in his own way. Senators George Smathers and TUNICA, MI... Two orders to conform with the
Holland more details victories have been public accommodations section
Now a nation of 160 million Caucasians most who have Spessard significant
learned the catechism of power from the crib because their were released on the scored by the NAACP Youth of the Civil Rights Act of 19M.
whole history has been one of power, suddenly wants the blackto anti-poverty grant of $116,271 Council working this northwest Miss Carolyn QuilHo youtt USED FURNITUREALL
to County in field director that
explain what he means by power. Hlllsborougn corner of Mississippi., ,
Teddy Roosevelt knew what power was. And be taught half a Florida. This information was Both the "Cotton Bowl"Restaurant these actions are 41rectre.u1ta.
continent the lesson. The American Indian disappeared fro n provided by Frank K. Sloan, which is open 24 of suits filed by the NAACP
the face of the earth from the onslaught of white power. And Southeast Regional Director of hours a day and the "Mug last summer under Title 0 ITEMS\ SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
textbook American But the Office of Economic Opportunity 'n Cone" Refreshment stand of the act.
the Dominican has on
Republic a power.
then free men are capable: of power Black men are not free In Atlanta, Ga. have filed voluntary consent EASY TERMS\ 0 NO CARRYING CHARGES .
The grantee Is Tampa
as We normal'can't hang free the men.entire rap on the white man for the Negroes Economic Opportunity Council. NO PHONE OR COD ORDERS PLEASE
director has not been
plight because there are too many faults with the Black The yet
generation today. And they give every indication that the selected.

open Negroes and are frequent willing practice to still of"willing be a slave self-extinction"of some: klDd.is..'lb.the providing traditional The program a full contemplates spectrum services to of HIDE AWAY BED WITH INNERSPRING MATTRESS < '29.

first changing admission and Joining of inferiority as compared Having to staying a greater on concern safe ground for eligible low-income legal applicants Local SOFA BED'AND CHAIR, MODERN DESIGN '59.;
In with the
and the building.white crowd.Indeed equality. Equality, can never be obtainedby Legal cooperation Aid Society and The CARPET SAMPLES, SIZE 18 IN. X 27 IN. EA. 1.
Public Defenders Office
A Negro who has the power to be a greater nation than 9
COCKTAIL CHAIR PLASTIC ADJUSTABLE BACK 9.
Canada on wealth and manpower ought have a greater portion ..
of the land in which be llves..The rules are easy. First Woman
THINKGROW..BUILD..CREATE..SAYE..PLAN.saa.aea LIVING ROOM SUITE SOFA AND CHAIR 69.

QuarantineInspector LOUNGE CHAIR, 'GREEN, TUFTED BACK .. $ 9.

sa.RCatsaelr. aUx Smooth who orders Canadian the, PLATFORM ROCKER, FOAM CUSHIONED .. 9.

,. .. WASHINGTON- -<,NPI)- Miss of etii $Seagram's, pCfti DINING ROOM CHAIRS, 3 ODD CHAIRS ONLY EA. 5.
Mary Stub a graduate

has Morris become Brown the College first Atlanta woman, I STREIT SLUMBER CHAIR AND SLIP COVER '12.

quarantine U. S. Department Inspector of AgrlcuN for the FUEL OIL HEATERS, COLEMAN, DUOTHERM .V EA. 9.

rare A general in 20 years.liking for plants., q la..v SET OF 3 'MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES 9.

and a sound led scientific Miss Starks background 9 PC. DINING, ROOM SUITE MODERN OAK ... .,. '99.

"J iCICsOn 1( 'I GatCet+ aKd;9elt.. are formerly of Atlanta, into the
4 PC. WAL FINISH VANITY BEDROOM 59. .
SUITE
TH'' wft iMOAi-THI ivu ropuua work, which had been "for men x. ; . .' .

WHITING only" since the end of World p DOUBLE DRESSER BEDROOM mm 59.
War D.Miss. SUITE .' .
HIT rod HOILIMSSpanish 39 Starks, who entered :T '
Mackerel lb government service in r METAL BEDS, TWIN SIZE; WALNUT FINISH ...EH 5.

at February the John 1968 F. Kennedy is stationed Inter- $ WHITE AND 'GOLD DRESSER BEDROOM SUITE 89.


PIOOUCIP toe IATMOMI IN Tel zoo COOt pin ILUI,. WATttt Off MAYPORTAT national In her new Airport Job she New identifies York. 1tV HEAVY ALL WOOL RUG, GREEN, 8 FT X 8 FT. v'. '24.

snip HA LOYAL RIP JUMBO'I"SHRIMP I Insects fungi Ie and plant
u. diseases found on confiscated 5 PC. METAL AND PLASTIC DINETTE. MODERN 14.

MED M'V plant treatments material.Died She also to destroy studies dI COIL SPRINGS, DOUBLE AND TWIN SIZE ., i. .' 6.

pests for) Importation.on plants offered iJ ; HOLLYWOD BEDS, TWIN' SIZE INNERSPRING .' EA. '29.

FLORIDA lOBSTEffONI o Miss Starks said that when
? she began her new Job, she KITCHEN STORAGE CABINET, ALL METAL WHITE 9.
thought she was In the wrong IceesamallJa1MSMtnjedpMIfMLIAlossrase.
place u she "saw nothing _
0 TMI HNIfT IPICIU TO IAKI SUIU-UVI TU.IBIIOd but men." Now "tveryane 9W'H V BROAD .IIOAIAT
-1M IDITION treats me like 'on of .
KINGFISH STEAKS 59c tn. fellows.' and! that's the way 'I 1
L!. 1 like It." ( AT

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CATFISH eat can outrun other breed of ( / .maun wnuittt*114 e '
,S, Mm > lSPECKLED< domestic eats report the Purr
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In Colorful Fashlonetta
Miamians Participate
Credit UnionsOf


Dade Seen


Making SuccessThe

Economic Opportunity
h/ Program of Dade County has

launched a full-scale program
I
to help fight! the war on poverty.In .
t-- i each of the poverty areas
1! of Dade County the EOPI has

placed a Credit Union.

One of the largest Credit
Unions in downtown Miami Is

Culmer Federal Union managed.
by George Brown, which claims
a membership of over 400 and
assets exceeding $5,9001n less
x{ than 5 months operation.>>

f I Brown says, "this alone Is .
w. evidence< enough that the people
In the poverty area understand
and can appreciate, the

___ ..I advantages of saving In the
I
credit union, to avoid
high Interest charged by small
loan companies and other
financial Institutions. We encourage -
the people In the
*U.t U. poverty areas to borrow from

their Federal Credit Unions.
Brown points out some of the
advantages of the Credit Union
"
rb that no other financial Insltutlon
can offer.
1. SavlnesmaUsumsreeuIarlJ

IN SHOW --Adding to the uniqueness of the fashlonetta and musicaltea with convenience and safety.
t. DElSMlamlans whp'partfcpated( tn ,the Melinda Hunter Joe Lewis Mrs. Jean sponsored by the House of Balfour recently at Bended Realty 2. Obtaining loans for useful
colorful fashion show sponsored by the Climpson Henry Clay and Mrs. Lillian purposes.
I House of Balfour are seen here. From Trammel Recreation} Center w ere Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Dean well-known 3. Participating in democratic

Miamians who are seen with their I loyely children from left control of their own savings
left serviceman( Mrs.
are Ivey, Mar.able Smallest and Tallest and credit.
( ) over 115 Pet Car Center The Andre, Kevvin Karen and Renee. ,
4. Enables citizens to budget
ditlnctf
true-breeding types of the Chihuahua and the biggest Photos fly Johnson of Miami
II Puppet Free To Miami Kids dog, according to the Purina ia the Irish Wolfhound. their savings.
5. Members are able to buy
World Of Books merchandise with cash and pay

The puppet show"The Husband Children's* Librarian.Who Sigmas Sponsor Social Action Program, ETLECREEK. By William the credit union 1% per month

Was to Mind the House' The puppet show which was r -- -- .-. Demby. New York: Avon Books.. Interest on the unpaid balance.
will be given at the City d adapted from Wanda Oaf 190 pp. $.'15 6. Members are able to save
Miami Public.Library oa Feb. book "Gone Is Gone," la for The recently published paper- and draw up to 6% Interest

25 at 3:00: p.tn. :according to children aged seven,, to tweI s., .,.,. r ...V.. ..: .. ti back edition of this 1950 novel and receive dividends yearly.
Admission Is -
tree. 's'
Mrs. Shirley ,Wayland il lllial4faagefl'I'tAY11v will probably reach a much 7. Loan protection Insuranceat
ileiwnlelMaMw.ey.wwabyr- wider audience than the first no extra cost In case of

'SINCE; YOU ASKED ME edition. Deservedly so. death your loan balance Is pa1 The story tells of a 14yearold The credit union counsels each
By LONNIE PKUITT youngster who leaves the Investor and loan applicant and
DEAR LONNIE: Just ;because we missed a lot of days In big city to live with relativesIn gives advice< as to the best ways

school'.my mother'says I have to stay home and do extra a small West Virginia tows to invest. and borrow their

work to make up. 'Ul Jeacber..didn't, gly* us.any extra work r Loneliness derefcci*A strange> I I II.& nom
so I think '. silly, eWft you? J03 <"tr ;friendship between the Negro .R"As1dt this, )Brown says

0- ,. Jad and a white recll Se. ,The his main advantage< over other
Reluctant friendship builds to agonized ,financial Institutions Is that
and powerful conclusion which ,his clerk :Mrs. Elsie Jones .
YES, IT IS kind of silly !but I don't think it will do you any / presents Demby as a major and< be lire In the poverty area.
harm; If you give the impression of trying to cooperate, 1 I American writing talent. and are familiar with the

you'll get along with your mother ,that much better. You're This novel belongs in that residents' problems.He .
not reluctant to do that, are )'ou1 category of writing which examines admits that his Job Is not
the human condition. an easy one,but It is a rewarding.
"" % It Is thoughtful and challenging., Job, and he Is determined to .. I
give to the people of the povertyarea
DEAR'LONNIE. My girl thinks I should take her to the movies EQUIANO'S TRAVELS: The the opportunity> that other
every ,week. It takes a lot of money to go the show and she Interesting Narrative of theme Americans have enjoyed over
wants to get.a soft drink or something afterwards. think I'mgoing of Olaudah Equlano dr Gustavus the years.
,to put her >being so expensive.Not Vassa the African, abridgedand Brown is convinced that the
i edited by Paul Edwards. credit union is one of the best
Working New York: Praeger. S4.95. Instruments that can be used '

This work makes fascinating to tight the war on poverty,
WHY,DON'T YOU explain the facts of We to her? You could and powerful reading and they are encouraging all

try looking around for a Job also.. Maybe a part-time Job experience. It is the story of a .community organizations and
would keep her from seeming expensive. If none of this helps, Nigerian born about '''the year business men and women to
the two of you probably aren't u interested.In each other u 1845, captured by slave raiders support their NeighborhoodCredit
you thought t you were. and sold into bondage It Union.
IQIVt'JIii..... v.;; atJlU.. i'! W!,,:.i*. .cx i; ,. 2U -...;.::; describes t,11fe as being

X19696 White James L. Klrens and Arthur L. 'torment from 'which death How Dogs See
,
the Phi Beta
OBotRVANCE Members of doC( ) -Viilon ii probably
Sigma Fraternity which sponsors a Social Evans beated )in the 'same order are : Equlano's might seem experience a relief, tracing from Purina Pet Care sense, report the
enter. Tests
Action Program are shown here. From left, Williams L. Higgs, George L. Sanders, T. ,owner until he finally was reveal that dotfi eyes focus

WAMEDIAL I standing are ; John rV. 01 Hard Lewis S. Greer br. Albert \\ e a n Lucious, allowed to purchase. his poorly.appears As blurred a result to them., everything

j Byrd Jefferson Reeyes Percy Brown Crawford Jr. and Kemp wi Ikes. freedom.

David A. Ivey, Thomas Papino, H. Milton I

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Bank Messenger ,
I (CFN-A ,sure way of getting
'
1260 ..T----_ MIAMI DEATHS a deposit to the bank: is ,
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reported by the Purina Pet Care
Center. In Allentown Penna., a
MOTHER NELLIE JOSEPH of Lynch; three sisters, S:30 p.m.LEROY German shepherd used to carrya
611) SW 66th St.,South Miami, atone daily deposit t to the
Mesdames Amy Meadows Rosa I ,.' I
passed< on Wednesday, Feb. 15. bank.
FLORIDA'SRHYTHM ) She is survived by five sons, 'C. Cohen and Cassle Delane/. *

Alfred, Paul, David James Joseph, three daughters, conducted on Tuesday,,Feb. 21, Ave., Cpa Locka. 'His
Mesdames Mattie Moss, in the Church of the Open Door. remains were shipped to

Louise' Summers and Geneva Sumter, S. C. on Saturday Feb. H
Love; 20 grandchildren and It, where final rites and< burial
seven greatgrandchildren.Funeral < were beld.j.MES '
the SHORTY$35..
services were held PERCY SMITH of 2280 NW

Saturday, Feb. 18,In the Church 153rd St., passed on Saturday, ,o MEDALO STYLE #685
Feb. 18. He Is survived by a For eoawUU Uluatratad Cataloi ofModalo
th of God,in Christ. H l '! .,Wlf*.Half **pttaehaiama
wife, Mrs. Katie Smith; two ISSAC of 102 NW 8th ::;1 Il'O iraura- Sond FRCS nama;,"ndlota. *.'
I brothers Dawson and
# Johnny ry we1N,
.el
St Funeral services held eew.4 '
Edgar Lowrle; one sister,Mrs. were wIlMd.i. N.I, ,.... ,In.Dq .
Q' Blanche Dean; one daughter, on Tuesday, FeUL 21, in the blows:]fromeel::: MAIM Normal HOOT Au* ,. it .. Bkl,. U. No Y.
MRS. QUS MILLER of 2040 Smith and other Range Funeral Home Chapel In YOUR SCALP.The condition elfMW
Lucy ; many hair cuss d.......,* hcavtM
Wilmington SL, Opa Locka died relatives. Funeral serviceswere in the natural health ot you?
Main. doe DOCTOR CA -
Ytaip
Wednesday, Feb. 15.Survivors2 held on Tuesday, Feb. N0?InnoMd a 'medicated tarformula >
are a husband S. C. Miller; a 21, In the Range Funeral Home called CARBONOXb.
VANESSA: ANN GREEN of 2752 which mixed with many pro'ron
mother, Mrs. Hens Trues; four Chapel. beneficial IngredUnu. CAJU .J '
Harriet NW 48th St.,passed Monday), : BONOEC la such a atronc. power.iutcnUatpU .
daughters, Margaret, and don auch fine
Feb. 20. She Is survived
by ... .
Carolyn and Connie Millar; -k t .Ipl"r *" ITCHY
& BLUES her parents, Mrs Van Della BUMPY DAHDftUrr heel that
three sisters, Mesdames Bennett and Lucius Green three 18114 yi many DOCTORS retard It3 l,hly .. :
,
ace I,
PRESCMIBI
Blooeva Cordero, Joyce and MOSES BRATTON of 2101 NW sisters and two brothers two ..... tnublaa Manf for annoying many
Isma Tynes, a brother, Alfred 73rd St., died Friday Feb. 17. ; externally c....... cede cojidC
Tynes. Funeral services held He is survived by a wife, Mrs. grandmothers; one grandfather Hone cf arc Thai frcatlr relit,,cd bir the
and other t. Trip1..treeth tar
relatives. Funeral
: Monday, Feb. 20 at Mt.Herman. Jessie Bratton; 14 children, lemul.. write for this DOCTOR.
RADIO STATION'WHAMMY arrangements are Incomplete. SCALP 1'OaKt1
AME Church. Melvin Bratton, SP/UjS. Army, ijl/Q M ens te roe eli
reedy to 11M. VU 1'1' law came and breeh .. add color
Patricia Brenda, Mosetta' and &I yen .... aot Sffii A W..hot "..... Will al "* .".
Gloria Sharon, Joyce, Donna, sat our .money N.Ic. P.] Ic add Eaoloat.tuieko.t way
air .. elmr tradually AVOIDS
Oft
"'"] TII1a On.pee.
SAMUEL LYNCH of 7750: NW Carol, Kelvin Moses Jr.,Leon, ANTHONY DAVIS of 713 NW WMIMSpotlight .....?. _....' Yes.rot Donl" wllh r.y"' ... Bnuh*. attached euDDLN(or: roBo DYLD"ln( .LOOK.......
Keith Jonathan Bratton, two rod Ave., passed on Tuesday, ,.lndl w U.. tII. "ftllt 1I.CATWSCALP oolorlnc., Provonto lolling, rubMno
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10 STIR PAPERS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1967

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Ex-Southern Gridder Last To Know SIAC Chanpship Trophies Limited TargetsApproaching Coca-Cola Sponsors


He's Picked By New Saints Pro TeamBy SIAC Champshlp


BENNIE THOMAS Florida Hunters Trophies, Plaques

BATON ROUGE, La. -(NPT)- Former Southern University TALLAHASSEE 1 lor Ida ATLANTA, Ga.. For the
grldder Jim Battle U a New Orleans Saint, and the tag sportsmen hesitant about third consecutive year,winners
Shreveport defensive end was Just about the last to know It. racking up their firearms are of the Southern Intercollegiate
Battle visited the Southern University last weekend and, rapidly approaching limited Athletic Conference Basketball
it wasn't until then that be learned be had been plucked out targets for the remainder of Vlsltatlonal Tournament were
of the player pool by the fledging New Orleans entry into the the winter, according to W. T. awarded outstanding trophiesand

National FootballlAape. i Me Broom, Chirman, Game and plaques presented by The
"Naturally I didn't give a defensive end. Fresh Water Fish Commission. Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta,
thought to the Saints before I Leonard L. Haynes III, was, The Commission chair <"*. The Tournament was
left Cleveland because my the scholastic pace-setter on man noted that deer, bear, and scheduled for Feb. 22-24, at
name, originally, at least, the Southern University football turkey bunting has closed state- Tuskegee Institute.Dr. .
wasn't placed In the pool," team with a 3.60 average following wide and pointed out that all W. S. M. Banks, the new
said Battle adding, "I guess the close of the first migratory bird hunting has Commissioner made the presentations -
the team (New Orleans) has an semester. closed also. Quail and squirrel to winners various
all-point bulletin out on me Haynes, a Junior tackle-line- hungltn will continue through events.
now" backer, is a Baton Rougeanwho February 26, except in the sixteen Awards for 1967 will Include,
Lou Brock, another ex-Jaguar prepped at Southern University counties of Northwest in addition to basketball
who now l peddles his baseball Laboratory School, and the son Florida where hungtlng quail championship, A "Coach of the
wares for the St. Louis of Rev and Mrs. L. L. Haynes. and squlr-oll will be open Year" and individual player
Cardinals, and Battle by chance Also high on the academiclist 1 through March 5. awards.
ended up on the same plane were Matthew Abrahams, Turkey hunters were advisednot The Conference will also make
enroute to Baton Rouge-Brock a freshman back with a 3.25 to put their guns away as presentations of football and
to attend the Capitol City kids average, and tackle, Alden the spring turkey gobbler season baseball trophies to championship
baseball clinic and Battle to Roche, a first-year engineering opens March 11 through teams within the
visit with an ill relative student who compiled a 3.09 March 26 in that portion of the Conference. In the case of
Said Battle, "Brock and I hada average state south of State Road 50,and football the 16-member-school
long conversation coming Southern University head t March 25 through Apr U 9 In that conference has been divided
Smith in
down about off-season football coach Robert T'n + portion north of State Road 50. into divisions and trophies are
activities, and I was proud to announcing the the academic football During the spring turkey gobbler to be given to winners of each
relay to Urn that a national achievements of season only gobblers will be division.
Insurance company was aboutto team said he was, "very proud legal game and hunting will be Charles H. Boone, South-
send to school for that the members of the football
me training allowed from one-half hour before eastern Region executive,' The
as an agent. We touched on the squad were the scholastic
sunrise tol2oo: noon.Hunters Coca-Cola Company, said the
new team in New Orleans, but, leaders in the athletic depart- will be allowed one !gobblerper awards were part continuing
at the time I had no Idea thatI ment after semester grades J day and two per season.
sports activity program which
would be the roster." were compiled" V '
on "After the spring turkey gob
the has engaged in
of company
It was all very amusing to But there were members bler season," McBroom said
for .
Brock. As the St. Louis outfielder last year's football squad who' "hunting opportunities will becondlned many years.WINTER
related It, "!would have had their troubles and Coach
announced that four grid- The 1967 Championship Trophies for the Southern Intercollegiate Ala. Feb. 22-24 1967 mainly to rabbit, raccoon let GoTkfd
Smith
liked to see Battle's face when are sponsored by the Coca-Cola fox, bobcat, and opssum..
he learned that he had been dens had been dropped from Athletic Conference are presented to Conference Company and presentation Is being made by Charles H. Boone. Hunters may also take
traded to the Saints. We talkedon the squad because of academic officials Dr. W. S. M. Banks, SIAC Commissioner, second left, of the Southeastern Region, and Paul E. X, Brown, The birds such as crow unprotected and
the plane, and he was proudly deficiencies. from left, and Dr. Frank Forbes Morehouse College Athletic Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company, right The Coca-Cola English sparrows All eagles .r son sawsrsaow
talking of his Cleveland off Reported as dropped from the Director and SIAC Awards Committeeman, second from right. Company has supported the Tournament Awards for the past hawks and owls are fully -, x r orw.r awn
season employment chances squad were, William Davis, a These awards, which we remade during the annual SIAC three years and this year expanded the program to Include and hunters should exercise protected FISH FODDER
When I beard the announcement tackle auarterback LawrenceJ. Basketball Vlsltatlonal Tournament at Tuskegee Institute. baseball and footbalL extreme caution and not

later on the radio, I couldn't Haynes, Robert Williams and "shoot at any large unidentified about One cold of the weather toughest fishing things Is
help but fall out laughing" James Elders. bird."
that
FAMU Relay Team finding something appealsto
Brock's appraisal was that he the winter-dulled taste buds
felt that the move was definitelyin FAMU Track Coach Lang LooksTo of fish.
Battle's favor. On the surface, the taskseems
Asked of his first reactionof hopeless, but actually,
Of Track Season we're with
Opening U&enl11surrounded
the sudden change address.,
an abundance of delectable
Battle said that he was morsels that have fish appeal.A .
surprised, but he felt that the TALLAHASSEE- his first season as head coach of the wonderful array of winter
move would probably be good FAMU track team, Bobby Lang is eager for the'first gun baits await the man who has
.. for him in that he was getting that will start the Rattlers running to go off and get the the savvy to simply gather
a chance to start out with a season IIIIdem)'. A look at some of the Rattlers returning them up, say the fishing. folks

,new team. "Many times, things gives a good indication for Lang's enthusiasm. at Mercury corn,growing outboardsIn country, for

like this happen for the better," All four members of the FAMU Trinidad also runs on the 440 f. Instance, corn borers are uni
he mused. relay team that won the 440 and and 880 team. All five sprintershave ja4 1 1 fir vernal pests to man, but
The last season for Battle as hon d'oeuvres to fish Spend a
880 relay at the Penn Relays been clocked at less than
short session out In the fields
a Jaguar lineman ,was In 1965. last year are back and look even 9.6 in the 100-yard dash and splitting standing stalks with
std
He served as co-captain of the faster this year. The foursome Milton has broken the tape at tov a knife, and you'll have enough
team. consists of Major Hazelton,6-1. 93. Last year at the FAMU worms for a weekend of
After his final season of Junior from Bartow, Jim Relays, the quartet won easy u .. t dunking
college ball, Battle was drifted Ashcroft, 5-1 Junior from New victories. They completed the Check around grain elevatorsand
by the Cleveland Browns of the York City, Nathaniel James,. 440 >In 41.6, only 1.7 secondsoff feed stores, where mealworms
are invariably present.
NFL, and spent all of last 6-1 Junior from Bartow, and the best performance by A bit of silting in ouj.ofth&way
season with the Browns as a Eugene Milton 1-9 Junior from a relay team in 1966handwo\' spoilage spots will yield a pro-
_Ocala. Brian ,Skinner from the 680 In IZ8.II:1: notable, harvest While unpopu:
"Tar with grain storage operators
these pests have an undeniable .
charm when impaledon

Sam Jones Has For The a hook.grub worms that resideIn
Fought the round balls (galls) of
57d44' ,joldenrod stems are another
favorite winter bait Where
4 found, the galls can be harvested
the and
by sackful
1. Urban Renewal Decent Housing stored in a cold location until
ready for opening and extractIng -
the worms
i
Larvae baits are also found
2. For Our Right To Elect City Officials a* 1 Common right around summer the angler nuisances home

mud dabbers, often nest in

3. To Keep Our Right To ELECTCounty J.. t attics under, sash protective tracks of windowsand eaves

Other creatures that make
Officials FAMU RELAY TEAM-left to right: Nathaniel James, Major Hazelton; Eugene Milton, and James Ashcroft. good bait are found around
FAMU staff photo by ErnestTill/au. rotting stumps and logs, barn
,timbers and even house founds
4. To Create District elections CityCountyand tlons Its even possible to
Poitier Leads B.CC Wildcats Upset RattlersThe dredge up aquatic vegetation
State Officials GIVEiailGHTMS0 i below the ice and find nymph
and larvae forms of aquatlo
Betbune-CookmanCollege 25 in Tuskegee, Ala. Insects,
5. To Insert Civil Rights Clauses In Florida's Rams BombingOf Wildcats led all the way Coach Raymond McDougald, Good find bait It, like gold the, ls where
you say Mercurylads
Saturday night to defeat the after a see-saw start, has a
New but the odds are with the
ConstitutionsVOTE Florida ,LAM Rattlers 20-8 record for the season and winter fisherman A bonanza la
Benedict of Tallahassee, Fla., 108-82. 11-5 for conference. bait awaits anyone who takes
The Wildcats who were never The special half-time guest! I. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS! the trouble to prospect a bit.
ALBANY, Ga.-Miami native in serious trouble, led at halftime was Ed Charles,Star In-Fielder
Joe Poitier came off the bench 5044. The big win gave for the Kansas City Athletics,
and fired up Albany State the B-CC Cagers a birth In who was enroute to Bradenton, I
College's "running, gunning" the SIAC Tournament, Feb 23- Fla. for spring training.
attack for a 103-78 triumph
; tl VOTE over Benedict College here in I
Sanford Gymnasium recently. I
"" ', Labeled the best "sixth man"In
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small college circles Poltjer r l If you want a:better whiskey 1 I' V
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pumped in a total of 29 pointsfor
.!of' : 1 1,. game high scoring honors, go right to the top.Seagram's : '
getting 14 of them in the opening
,,;,. half la moving the Rams to 7 Crown is I

a wide 48-27 halftime margin The Sure Ones.
: over the Benedict Tigers. !
elect SAM JONES A 6-3 Junior, Polder enteredthe I
game with 8:37 to play in II I
the opening 20 minutes and
the Rams nursing a narrow
Florida State 13-10 marc in. Starting the
WE LET "running, gunning" resurgence
Poitier scored three
field goals and two charity shots
SENATE in the next 4:13 to help move
ARE US the Rams up to a 34-23 lead. I
Benedict led only twice In
for the opening stages of the non-
GET conference clash. Bob Johnson
bucketed a goal to live,the
NOW the counties of visiting Tigers an 8-7 lead

THE with 12:21 showing on the clock,
, but Mel Jones, who tallied all '
NASSAU BAKER of 11 of his scoring output In
ON the opening half rang in a KEN KNIGHT
RUNNERrHIRD basket to give the Rams the

ST. JOHNS Jones lead again.tallied: Moments two straightDsskeb later TIl. Invites! You To Listen To=

: to give Albany Statea :
IN 13-10 lead, holding forth until
UHION I DUVA1JACKSONVILLE with Poster his arsenal.came into the lineup : j BIG BAND

including Mack Daughtry,back in stride
BASE HOME once again, bucketed 20 points, "DANCE PARTY"lil.Uy
followed by Jimmy Reams with
13 and Melvin Jones with 11.
j '
Eddie Perry supplied the spark 11:30: til 12.01: Saturday 9 ,.11I.
Paid Political Advertisement for Benedict with 24 points. IUGlAIIDIITIlLIllCOIIHIIY.YOIlCm.u. 'Nags'IORaaaututtnawna

The victory wu Bob Rafaey'sRamrf' 1400 WRHC 1400PICE ,
19th against S setbacks.



FEIKUARY 25, 1S67 STAR PAPERS mi 11


Lee Elder Wins North-Soath Swing Form Seven Spectacalar ProtfocfioBS WORLD SKATE CHAMPIONS IN 'HOLIDAY ON ICE I

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Golf Tcurnaaent In Play-Off Hlgblight '67 "Hoikhy OB Ice"A

MIAMI Fla Lee Elder Washington D. C. won the
,Horm-South Golf Tournament for an unprecedented fourth 'k," galaxy of stars beaded by Ronnie Robertson, the world's.
time wIleD be led a Said "* some SOO golfers from start to finest skater and Petra Burka the 1965 world's women's
f1n1sh with 611-70-fST-loe total. champion enliven seven spectacular productions In the 1967 et
4tf edition of "Holiday On Ice." This all new skating extravaganza '
The event, at the City of Miami one-stroke lead over Skomsky Is even more elaborate than past revues There is greatslating

Country Club, was a "-bolt and Gilbert after 18 boles. glamorous costumes, wonderful music, lots comedy ,. '
medal play contest loaded with Walker was two strokes back, and unusual lighting and special effects, all wrapped up In the ,
pispense, drama and excite- but three others-J. D. two hours and thirty minutes of fine entertainment

ment. Sanderson of Pasadena Cant, "Holiday On fee," comes to ,.outer space and the land of x
Tournament spectator who Paul Desjardins of Miami and the Jacksonville Coliseum for make believe Eric Waite,
followed the Elder foursome a top amateur, Jim Jewell of 4 days only from Thursday 'Tommy Allen, the McCutcheon

experienced all the thrills a South ;BIRd Ind.-equaled March 9 thru Sandal, March sisters, Jane and Peggy; Sandy z
determined golfer could Elder's two-under par 69. The 12. Show times are Thursdayand WlrwUl and John LaDue form

produce. four were tied for the lead. Friday at 8:00 p.m., the skating setting for Petra
Hard pressed the entire three At me end of the following Saturday at 8.45 pjn.,Saturday Burka, the world's champion

days, Elder, playing with Clbby day's round, Elder's one- / r 3y e and Sunday at 1:00 pjn. and
Gilbert of Hollywood r II., under-par 70 for a 36-bole 5.00: p.m. Children 12 and GraltsblitsgSlates
George Skomsky of Highlands, 139 total netted him no more under, are half-price at both
N. C., and James Walker Jr., than a tie with Gilbert and 5:00 p.m. matinees on Saturday
4T4 ,
of Los Angeles, held a slim amateur Jewell.On and Sunday. 37-Gamo!

the final day, this triosupplied The huge productions conceived -
Shaw Bears the large gallery with by John Finley and Ruth Baseball Card International skating stars and champions are predominantin
all the mental uncertainty one war Tyson, and supervised by the 1967 edition of "Holiday on Ice". Among the star
expects to find In an Earle contingent In the all-new 22nd edition of the Ice spectacular -
Drop Two 4 Eugene Plesbette,rnnthe gamut GRAMBLING La. ,-The art world's champion Petra Burka (left), making her
Stanley Gardner thriller. In Imagination. Grambllng College athletic department professional debut In this teaion'i "Holiday", and highflying
Gilbert and Jewell, playing The opening>> Is titled "A released a 37-game Ronnie Robertson acclaimed ai the world's greatest
Cage Games with Elder, doggedly held on, Venetian Festival" with schedule without the usual skater Guy Longpre and Ivor Robson are the clowns with
forcing Elder to finish the first an Italian setting and stars Ray mirage and attempt at public- Jane Morris and Alfredo Mendoza as the adagio skaters
nine holes at three-under-par --_._--- _..._.__._---, Balmer Charlotte Ballauf In a production numebr called "A Venetian Festival". The
RALEIGH. N. C.-The Bears 33. Jewel faded but MIAMI FLA. -Lee Elder of D.C. deception. star studded ice spectacular cornea to Jacksonville Coliseum
finally Washington, displays Alfredo Mendoza and Jane Perhaps was deliberate, but for 4 days only from Thursday March 9 thru Sunday *
of Shaw University lost two Gilbert was only two mob.back. the form he used to win the North-South Golf Tournament Morris, plus the "Glamour- the announcement even glossed March 12. Show times are Thursday and Friday at
basketball games recently,first for an unprecedented fourth time at the City of Miami Country leers" and "Ice Squires"' over the fact that the pitching 8:0d: pm., Saturday at 8:45: pm., with I matinees I at 1:00
to Elisabeth City State's Vikingsby It was a nlp-and-tuck battle Miami Metro News :BureaQ Photo "The Show Must Go On" pays staff Is held together by tape pm. and 6.00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Children It
a score of 80-75. and to the the last nine boles, and Gilbert tribute to the vaudeville daysof and prayer. and under are half-price at the 5:00 p.m. matinees on

host Golden Bulls of Johnson caught Elder by dropping Dieringer Drives Rams Roll Past long ago, featuring a pot Otherwise the Tigers seem Saturday and Sunday

C. Smith University 93-73. several spectacular putts. Both pourof, Broadway music to have sufficient talent for
Shaw's loss to the Vikings came finished with 67s and were headed by Ronnie Robertsonwith ,another championship run and
EWC 96-85 Win
In the C. C.Spauldiog Gymnasium forced Into sudden-death play Victory Car In ; Alice Queasy, Tommy there Is stirring among ever-

on the campus.At off.' Allen Juanita Percelly and hopeful supporters In the
halftime the score was tied On the first extra hole. Elder SEAC ChampionshipALBANY Sandy WlrwUl.A Chinese New Southwestern Athletic. ,
at 41-all, with Norman Joyner dropped a six-foot birdie putt Permatex 300 Years In San Francisco"! windsup Conference

Shaw's senior ace, leading all for the win and $800 in prize the first half of the show It Grambllng finished second In
the scoring with 32 points.With money. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-If Ga.-Albany State celebrates "The Year of the the SWAC last season with a
15:1)2!) seconds left in the game Renee Powell of East Canton past records are any indication, College's basketballers Sheep," 3,388 In the Chinese 25-4 record. Since World Warn
the Shaw Bears were ahead Ohio had an easy time proving Darel Dieringer of Charlotte employed their favorite weapon, calendar.The the Tigers have won 426
13-5 as Bobby Saunders and the best of a small field in the N. C., may have found himselfa the fast break, to precisionhere second session of games while losing only 76.
Believe It or not attitude toward weeds baa more to do
Joyner directed the offensive women's division. Her score winning ride for the' second Feb. 16 and revenged an "''laoUda," opens with"A Ballad While not overly optlsmistlc with your fishing success your than does your preference for live or
efforts of the home team. was 767978233. annual Daytona Permatex 300 early season loss to Edward of the Streets an original this season, local talent artificial bait.
At this point Elizabeth City's Saturday at Daytona Inter Waters of Jacksonivlle Fla. number create and staged to Is capable, shrewd and re mil live In the weeds where they find most of their food and
offense was being directed by As Hosts 18th Speedway. by winning 9685. star Ronnie Robertson In his sourceful. Area fans devoutly chances for safety. So when you fish the weeds you're fishing for
Dig the Rams' Bah, and not Just for fun or fresh air.I .
Freddie Lewis who scored: 25 will be driving a The triumph was sensational skating maneuvers. Insist that the thin line of weedlesat
with
ash weedbeds wherever I find them mostly a
of the
points for the Vikings.The 1961 Ford sportsman owned twenty-first season Juanlta Percelly Is featured. hopefuls can be maneuvered to Silver Minnow though 111 sometimes switch to a popper on
loss left Shaw with a 5-8 ARHVO! SEAC by Marion Cox of Hemingway, against only five setbacks. In Original music has been writ- the SWAC crown. at deep because It's forged
record, compared to 6-8 for S.C. toppling Edward Waters Bob ten by Ben Stabler. Coaches protecttngagainstall dogs enough weight tour deep an ring a slow retrieve. That's an

Elisabeth City Cage Tourney This Is the same car that the Ralney's "bosses" annexed "Happyland Village" Is possible psychological hazards, advantage In my book because I favor slow erratic retrieves;
second SEAC visitation most anglers, I find bring their lures back too quickly and too
In the Charlotte J. C. late their
game Jimmy Thompson droveto specially created for kids of dissent and snort Indlgnatly but
steadily.Also of course,the lure that stays deep usually Increases)
.
Smith pulled away In the last ALBANY Ga. The 18th victory the modified eventIn championship in three years.Mack all ages. Ifs a gay and fun- allow that "We should do alright your chances of attracting a really good-steed bass or pike
half of the first period and annual Southeastern Athletic 1961 and the same one the Daughtry, sir addled with filled melage of mirth and as long as our adhesive tape There's another good reason why I've stuck with a
went on to defeat the Shaw Conference (SEAC) Basketball now retired Marcin Panch used four personal fouls, led the melody with a theme set in holds out." tor, the last 30 years or more and that's balance.
Bears 9373. to capture the 1965 classic Ram offense with 25 points.
underway hereon
The victory gave Smith a 12-8 Tourney got State On Friday, at 1 p.m., there Sitting out the first 11:21 of
overall record and a 9-4 record Albany College'scampus will be two 100-mile NASCAR the second half, Daughtry came "YOUR DOLLAR
In the CIAA.10yJIer on Feb. 83. Grand National races to decide back to score 11 points to pull
the Obit 'W. O'Neal secretary- the Rams away in the late
again sparked treasurer of the seven-team starting positions for the ninth
Bears u be sparked his team annual Daytona 500. stages of the game. BUYS MORE
athletic association said that
to a first half lead until 9.05 At the moment only pole The score was tied thren times
for the first time this
remained in the! first halt year winners Curtis Turner of in the opening>> half and six

Joyner hit well from the outside.He the ,tourney which will began span Thursday threedays Charlotte; N. C., who qualified In the last twenty minutes.With AT YOUR BANNER
entered the game with a a 1966 Chevelle at 180.831 miles 6:43 to go Tom Barton'sTigers
the 23rd with six teams
26.6 and scored 19 hour and with Osborne
average per Richard Petty of
Involved la three beginning FOOD STORE""YOUR r'
points in the first half. at 6.00 games The seventh Randleman, N. C., who hit 179. Longworth on the offensive, QUANTITY PRICES GOOD
p.m. .
The Raleigh team feU beblnd'Wbti' 068 miles hour in 1967 moved to a 63-61 advantage
member team the top seeded per a ',.!RIGHTS pSE0.VEDJH0.0VGMSAiVRDAYnusenor ,
) held the lead only momentarily -' '
Smith 'outscbre4.tbtY1sltors Plymouth, are assured of They HOME TOWN GROCER" ., .
or regular season champion,
8-2 in a brief as the Rams began
span starting spots.Dlerleger
and went ahead, 19-13. It was will draw a bye In the opening will be one of those crashing the boars controlling'
39-26 at halftime and duringthe round and move automatically running driving a 1967 Ford the rebounds and getting the WESTERN'
Into semi-finals
the the following -
second half, Smith led by for Junior Johnson. Jump on the fast break. With
as much u 31 points. night Friday Feb. 24. On Saturday at 1 p.m., comes Wilbert Jones ((20)), Mel Jones

Albany, gunning"State Rams College's"running are carrying the Daytona posted Permatex awardsafmorethan 300, (18)grabbing and Jimmy the Reams rebounds((16),) LAYER CAKE MIXES 3 :Pxs::s$1 SPARE

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Rons SEACChampionship Daughtry and Ted Anderson ran
a'9-1 SEAC log and the favorite 39000.
And then on Sunday at 12:30 the fast break to precision. SAVE 23CHERSHEY'S
choice for the bye. From the floor, the Tigers
p.m., It's the big one, the
l Saturday, Feb. 25, will send RIBS
with outscored the Rams 35 to 33, 8
$200,000 Daytona 500
the tournament into the finals a
field of 50 of the world's but the Rams pocketed 30 of ,U
and consolation games, 34 free throws while the '
With 99-77 Win beginning at 7:00: p.m. Frlda1D1&bt' INDEPENDENT greatest stock car drivers DRIVERSDon't Edward Waters five made only CRISCO IBS.

semi-finals in Sanford count oat the 14 of 22.Trailing. SUGAR SHIFT PREMIUM : "
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Albany Ga.-41bany State Colleee" at 7:00 p.m. 500 at were Joe PolUer with 21 and PREM Y
Daytona
Sunday Daytona
basketbaSRams,on their This year's tourney figuresto
International Bob Pritchett with 14. I
to the best season in be the biggest and best of Speedway.In 48C
way cage of this the Longworth was top scorer for .380
a race
the school's history, moved all with the league flooring many battle would expected statue to be the Tigers with 23 points La S. 2 us. "33"BLEACH
among the small college cage outstanding individual stars, the ROOD
recently getting ranked among them Albany State's among factorysupportedmachines. ----
powers
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Athletics (NXLO Mack Daughtry Savannah' could be some surprises.G. Clown $1 MLPLASTIC
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C. of
The "running running"Rams. State's Lee Uaulli- damn's Spencer, formerly OR MORE FOOD ORDER
lumen S. C_ and resident 29oKRAFT
now a
'Wer. IDdROOPitlrs
piloted by BObRa1D81, SI Dlckerson. ;;
of Jonesboro, Tenn., is a good 79 21 11
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example. Spencer has a 1967
from the N.U.A. headquarters Coleman and Osborne
In Kansas Longsworth. Plymouth ready to go In the KRAFT :
151 10 65T '
ranked annual classic and he admits
ton-Salem State is no.1 Bob RaIne,'. Rams are pre- PORK
"this Is the best car Pve had."
intbeIU.U.poU. tourney favorites, but dark
The in 26 4 CATSUP 'PORK
car was bu11t days.
Currently logging a 19-5 record horse choices are EdwardWaters
"It took four of 16 hours
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following last Saturdaj Savannah State and
night's 103-78 win over Benedict Claflln College a day to do it but we're ready," 3 I ROAST C H W3 $
Spencer said "We bought this 1
College (SJatbe Rams Tom Barton's Edward Waters BOTTLE
closed the regular season hereon outfit Is the only SEAC team car in Knoxville It had been 4 TO
Thursday (Feb. 14) against to Inflict defeat on Ralney's rolled and we completely rebuilt l'I 2I C
Edward Waters and ThursdayFeb. racehorses, slowing them down lt." 39'FIESI SILVER COWMILK 8 LB. LI.
for 63-61 Spencer, who has built his 24 11 ,
( 16)) with Florida Mem setback. The Tigers 32 -
orlal. Victories over these two could pose a real threat to garage right on the edge of a
clubs assured the Rams of undisputed the Rams aspirations lake in Jonesboro, is one of the
SEAC title claim and Leo Richardson's Savannah lost consistent drivers on the S4 97 69 TILL 100DSIII.

an automatic berth in the NAIA State five has been rolling along 1ASCAR clrucit. Last season,' Sometimes He's Up,Sometime* 6 CANS $1 FAB6IANT
District 6 playoffscomlng up. well after a sluggish early M made only 20 starts but He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts, PORK( STEAK SLICED BACON
was in the top ten nine timesto He works it all around.
season start. In Mantis, a 6-6 REDEEM COUPON
finish 19th In
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FREDDIE KING, Furnished apt. for rent. problems of life, business.Guarantee .
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