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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 9, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00489

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 9, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00489

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Preceded by:
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was Indicted Wednesday December
6, for first degree murder I
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by a county grand Jury In ,

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The indictment was specifically JURY DISCRIMINATION
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victims of the death-deal-
ing potion. Adam Powell Alabama School Integration National Origin
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Yesterday County Sheriff

,expected Frank Cllne to receive of DeSoto papera County from Says He Will Ordered.; Hits Property Ills Race, Religion I

the circuit court clerk charging -
Richardson with first-de- Shun Politics"My WASHINGTON US. Supreme Court Monday ruled that Are Not Guides' \
gret' murder. The Indictment -- Alabama must desegregate Its public schools.
was returned on Tuesday of this James Richardson, whose seven children died from alleged parathion-laced: breakfast on The decision of a three-judge district court panel had been appealed
week. October 25 and 26, was.Indicted earlier this week, specifically In the death of an 8-yeat stepdaughter political career is over," by Alabama Gov. Lurleen Wallace and other state officials WASHINGTON--Federal Jurors -
Richardson had been charged Richardson's wife, Annie Mae, remained free, charged only with child neglect. said Adam Clayton Powell,for nn March 22.. must, ruled the Senate Judiciary -
by a coroners court, after the Richardson had secured his freedom under bond, after a lawyer offering free service ptovedtha.t many years a Congressional --The district court, on March Macon County Ala Committee as of Wednesday
deaths of the tots, with seven the accused man's constitutional rights were being violated, 4bigwig. now a deposed lav- 22 ordered the governor and December 6, be chosen
counts of murdet. maker in a recent releaseto state superintendent of educa- .raveWASHINGTONThe "without regard as to race,

The Hlllsborough County grand NPI The "retired"solon spoke, tion to abolish the dual school color, national origin, religion,
Ralph Wimbish Jax from his retreat in Blmlil."I Supreme sex, or economic status,and,la
jury tgreedtohearthecasebe Negroes MakePolitical ', system In 99 Alabama school
would like tdrwn again but addition to thatthey must be
1, cause defense for the Arcadia : districts.The Court announced Monday it
: man contended that an imiartlal FAMU GraduateHas ,there has to be a change in nty district court also declared would decide this term whether chosen from voter registration I

hearing in Arcadia would be Im situation, ," ht said.. unconstitutional a 1965 It Is illegal for a private real lists or other "broadly based"
possible Therefore the IUKs-: Attack "There would really be no Alabama tuition grant statute. estate developer' to refuse to lists, to provide a cross sec

borough jury returned the one- MIAMl-Orange Bowl Classic HistoryWhen point in running again, As Pre The federal court panel found sell property in a community tion of a community.
said before it would be nothing This moot recent piece of
murder Indictment. fans were stunned and unbelieving that Alabama state officials project to a Negro.
Sheriff Cline; was to receivethe when they learned Saturdaythat the new consolidated city government goes Into effect to namely, governors and the state The justices agreed' to hear legislation la strikes down the tendency -
states of those
arrest order Wednesday.This one of FAMtfs favorlto October 1968 a total of t'Negroes: will be occupying posts on it school superltn argument In tht test cast many
cast hu attracted nationt -. M Wimbish school superintendent, continued brought by a St, Louis Negro choosing federal jurors tobypass
sons, Dr. Ralph representing the Irgest number of their race ever to hold ..IecU" Negroes who art eligible This
wide attention because of the Se. Petersburg physician and offices at one time in the City of Jacksonville or anywhere to use their, power and positions then hand! down decision pro- means that wherever federal
,7, wholesale deaths, the alleged FAMU graduate, had died to in Florida, for that matter to promote public school bably before next June decisions ,

motives of the father, and totrfttwi ,Miami.. 04 till sv&2 the gima.News i dta" Ar L .pharbeat! tiff her,den- segregation, The'case does not Involve the went or Judgements 1fttH are: MUsJ'JfSitrf. requited -
of the IgohlElngfatalUUsT Jty' 4q rjtourl; decision ntoao an'I.nd11r1dlrJIllomt I
of the death of this- nt,- RuoineveUWlUlams -' i was,? .
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well muraertrtal
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know landslide lathe
medic 49 by a .
old must integrated
the county jail last week on spread like wildfire rears through' the, first primary. She had no Rt< Court on\ August 14/196, .'. 0/,,,f focuses on discrimination by 1. the specifications,accordtngto outlined, '""-
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17,500 bond and remained In The Alabama attorney bowing development community

; general
ranks of the thousands of fans publican oposition for the District above. '
I such as those which havt
Daytona Beach after his re complained that the district
8 CUt Council seat
leave Circuit Court Judge JohnD. already The there who got the news. I mm4.A! mm court decree applied to state sprung up In the suburbs since President Lyndon B. Johnson
Information seemed to cast recommended such a move In a
Justice, Sarasota, said he t ADAM CLAYTON POWELLbut wise officials and not of the local World! War U.
pall of sadness the ;civU Rights bill this I
among school Joseph Lee Jones initiated the year
| did not see the need of requlr- districts
who knew massive exorcist in total I
many him both on a This much-needed piece of
>, log a new bond. John Spencer the But acting Sol. Gen. Ralph housing suit against the operators
university faculty futility legislation has been
among'Mlsmtans Spritzer in of Paddock Woods Development already
replied a brief to
Robinson 20-year-old lawyer and In the.ranks of Indicating he would not runtor hailed by civil rights leaders
serving without charge because the Supreme Court that the decree In North St. Louis when he
'those who knew him as an ardent re-election as long as his jail educators, citizens and many
turned down
of his contention that the cut against state officials was as a buy.r.wt .
worker for civil rights.In sentence hangs over him in New editorialists as one of the
"was June, the 8th U.s. Cir
wholly
had been biased said ht would appropriate
St. Petersburg, regret was r York Powell predicted that cuit Court of strongest moves toward clearIng .
"The Appeals rejected
court below
found
seek a change of Attorney ,
venue. upon
expressed by many at his sudden "pandemonium" would! break the hurdle of prejudice.The
Jones' request for
in
Robinson said Thursday htr ample evidence, that the de- $10,000
and loose In Harlem If he
back
unexoected passing.Dr came and Implication Is that any man or
-- -- '- --- ample that damages an order requiring
would ask for ,a writ of habeas and Mrs. Wimbish "The traffic wouldn't be able evidence the defendant -
had reservations woman standlngtrial federal
the
\ MRS SINGLETONEarl state officials have developer to sell to him
corpus at the Four Ambassadors to move," he said.Even more to long law Infringementswlllstandbe-
Annie Mat local Negro used their position and authority but the Supreme Court accepted
29 a
Richardson M. Johnson
the he would face arrest
Hotel
where they plan- point his ford an Integrated panel,
to appeal The Justice Department
Richardson's wife the Democratic encourage and promote tht
| was subpoenaed ned to lawyer who won and three months In
after jail on
stay flying from whether In Dixie or in the north.
I by a grand jury In Tampa, nomination in tw.o earlier system of racial discriminationand had urged the court to
St. Petersburg At 2:30, according charges of refusing to obey This law has struck a death-
him
grant a review
but was not required to testify prmarles captured the City bats MATHS segregation on a statewidebasis
court orders to libel I
to the widow, ht complained relating a dealing blow at segregation,
; Mrs Richardson is free on of heart pains Mrs. Council Group post at-largeby The third holdover is Charles. judgment against him stated., the solicitor general Black Power particularly where the rlghtsof

.f bond charged only with child Wimbish rushed him, bya ambulance defeating Republican Guy Craig 'E, Simmons Jrw who was originally Since being convicted of defaming white persons might be soupedup
neglect and a material wit- Attorneys for Alabama maintained '
as 086 to 23 2Z8.
SI
I to Civil Mrs Esther James a white also
Mercy Hospital.Dr. appointed to the I, that their jurors. means
Bessie- Reece King,a Richard- Wlmblsb's condition worsenedand Service Board before the post Harlem widow Powell has been I affect not only Alabama appeal school would! Man Fits No that Negroes accused by federal -
In held at 3 a.m., he died, from a became elective. l Htwontbede- in exile on this Island retreat (districts "but also all of the authorities and brought to
Arcadia
son neighbor heart attack according to Dade He was stripped of his House court, will have the burden of
t l earlier as a material witness, County medical examiners.A seat last March 1, but was re- ;,2.002 school districts in the 17 Law In StatutesStokely color, removed from their
([southern)
t was not called before the grand states now affected
native Georgian, Dr, Wimbish elected by his constituents. J cases
I by the actions of H.E.W. ..; ,
Jury. According to reports moved with his family to I ,; The threat of arrest In New The Carmichael, black: power -
Mrs. King was the hut to see : pSY Supreme Court Monday
r the seven children alive.Sheriff St. Petersburg when he was York has kept him from return- affirmed the district court decision advocate President Lyn NAACP FILESCOMPLAINT
Clint and State's Attorney quite young and later was graduated log and claiming his seat. Barr. (. unanimously and without don B. Johnson, and Attorney
) Frank Schaub denied that "adeal" from Gibbs High School log any unlikely change in his (::omment. General Ramsey Clark, earlier
Soon after his return to St. "situation," bt will probably The Alabama filed this week, seemed to be involved IN
bad been made with the case was on
l' Petersburg, Dr. Wimbish and t "J r. continue to stay out of the coun-, January28,196.byNegropar In t triangle of confusion
neighbor. his wife Bette tr : Carmlchael's. BRUTALITY, CASE
plunged Into i ants of school-age children inKing all became announcement -
Several angles appear in the civic affairs. Both were extremely .., that he would return -
,
cut. Circuit Court Judge John active in promoting the Interest to "Hell" namely the United MONTGOMERY ALA.Npr
i Justice cued"prejudlceand undue of Negroes in .health, CHARLES SIMMONS; JR.; Plans Poor States of America. The Alabama NAACP state
brance had filed with
t excitement"transferring the! matter to Hillsborough. other areas two___ democratic prml-; prosecuted for sedltlou7"Carmichael /
and the FexeralBureau of Investigation
Chine left the heartngchambers Dr. Wimbish was a past president ': mocratk nomination under the has trekked over -

with a large box under his arm of the St. Petersburg old charter earlier and came "Live In" In DC 40,000 miles of foreign territory of the civil, charging rights of violation GeorgeW.Pace
back to win it again under the
I but refused to Identify the contents branch of the National AnoclaUOIIlorth.Mvaoe.mentorCoI- promoting black power
by a policeman and
upon questioning by news new charter but was unopposedin "Live In" or "Tent In" will, regardless of ridicule scorn, lecturing and talking. A native' two unidentified white men In
I men In addition to that Braden ored People (NAACP) and of last Tuesday's General Election. be the name of the next spec; 'or abuse. "If it means jail," West Indian, a former collegeman Hurtsboro, Ala., several weeks
Persecutor Schaub said they the Negro Ambassador Club, tacular march directed by Dr. ht said wt "will go to jail. bt has, the news media ago.
could not compel a defendant to Inc.He Martin Luther King upon Washington Plans have already been put reports "been castigating tilt The Rev.tCUBufod Alabama
"appear against himself" served as a member of the Bill Poses according to an announcement Into action. There will be 1,000 United States from the safety NAACP field director stated
Bonds la the case total$8 500. city's Child Care Commission Jury made by the cleric! volunteers from 10 major of various communist capitals that according to documented

17.900 for the father, .$1.000for and was one of the founding in Atlanta earlier this week.. cities. He did not name them. throughout the world.. statements Pace was allegedly
Mrs. Richardson.; members of the city's HunanRelations Victory For Jaxon .This new protest said th, These cities have, been Involved In Cuba, Carmichael, guest beaten into a state of nncoosciousneis -
The couple had not met since Council leader will, with him at the in civil disobedience.! of Castro,urged the American : by James Cutpepper
Richardson's arrest. They Ht was a leader in tht'NAACPs Sam Jones of Jacksonville and head, feature a parade of the They will bring about the first Negro to rebel against the government. 8 Hurtsboro policeman and two
clung to each other grinning and local "Fight for jtber Negro leaders scored a nation's "poor and disinherited major merging of antiwar and In Hanoi talking! with companions. Pace was placed
tearful. Freedom" which eventually victory in their battle tosecure ," of the people who have no civil rights/ fighters. Targetswill Ho Chi Mlnh, be again denounced In the small jail cell In Hurts-
The case goes back to the resulted in desegregation, Federal laws ending all dl/- Jobs and no work. It will not be be federal agencies, the his adapted country. In Denmark -' born, where ht remained la I
staining revelation that Richardson lunch counters theatres, crimination in jury selections a one-day affair, said Dr.King. United States Congress and., recently, b* attended a state of unconsciousness for
I lad tried to take out Insurance swimming areas, golf courses as the v.s. Senate Judiciary Thousands d deprived poor perhaps the White House. mock trial of the United States almost 24 hours. .
f policies on the dead and other,facilities which had Committee approved a Bin prohibiting needy' ,suffering, and dub stio4 Tenting problems will be for crime committed,and,armed The foUowlngday> "'*as taken
I children just before their previously been either segregated WL M. JOHNSON bias in the selection of will trek to the city solved later, emphasized the with a ticket purchased In io the Phenlx City hospital
deaths. He told a newsman that or all white. Federal jurors. of Washington,In the spring and leader Tanzania, by passed Rome and where witnesses state be remained
be bad never heard parathion The NAACP give bin a ella' ed two democratic primaries The bill passed by the Committee will stay months if necessary "Frankly," said Dr, King Paris. Ht went on to Scandinavia unconscious for several
and knew nothing about Its fatal ,flan for his work, but racist beat off hU Republican challenger Wednesday provides that Dr. King said 1t -will Involve "this will be a search for an and spoke at the university days following. It tt further
pot_,. Ha said be hearty elements burned the Wimbish Jim Ryan by a vote of jurors be selected at random, "thousands and thousands of alternative to riots" in Upsala In Stockholm. alleged that when ht regained
breakfast of the hog jowl Involved family out of their home on 2,381 to 1,051 for the Dlstlct from registration lists and persons" Dr. King made this revelation The SNCC headquarter In Atlanta consciousness ht told relatives

in the cast. He Indicated '22nd Street in Tampa and fired 7 Council seat other WIde'based lists providing King is bead of the Southern after returning from the University expected him this week byway of the beating and was transferred .,
the deadly poison might have a cross on the lawn of another. Serving onthenewcltygovern.rent representation from aeommunity Christian Leadership Conference of Newcastle Upon of Canada, unannounced. to Searcy hospital Ht.
tarn added to the stew alter beat Ht was the first of his race will be Mrs. MarySlnglston I 's cross section. (SCLC). He sees two wars Tynt in England where he received There is the moot question Vernon Ala., without the know
from the pot and left with to be petitioned by a group of who was elected in theSpring The measure, first proposedby involved, the war for jobs, and, an honorary Doctor of Is sedition possible as a charge? ledge or consent of any of tot
his wife for the grove outside voters, both white and Negro, of this year under the old government I Jacksonville Committee of' the war for peace Ht will ask Civil Law degree. The eminent Attorney General Tom Clark members of Pace's family.

Arcadia. .to run tor a seat on the St. but was unopposed for Sam Jones, Herbert Torrence, assistance from pr"esters of leader now has 22 honorary. Jr., was not too much la favorof Rev. Buford state be has Information -
The policies would have total Petersburg City Council Kt District 10 council seat in the raymond Jackson, James Bod-, .tht Vietnam situation, beer.use, grass This Is the second froma such t move, since "It might to tbttffect that Pact
ed $14,000. Sheriff CUne charged decided not to announce elections for the consolidated lilt and William Rice on March the two wars art "Interrelat European 1nIt1tuU Ha Is a make 1 martyr ofCal'DllcbuL" was cent to ttarcy: hospital
him Own with poisoning the Mrs. Wlmblsa/ was defeated Another 17, 1965, provWesthatfutureb ed... graduate of the Boston! University Clark said that, ultimately the under the eommi&ntni at Buii-
t little ones to collect on We Insurance the following year, 1960 in a holdover is Mr/ Sal. I composed without regard to religion When this army arrives Ii\ School of Theology and is fighter will "kill: himself" Ht sell couoty court. Said action
)1 policies. rue for an at-largt post on lye M. Mauls who was elected J race, national origin, Washington according to Dr. ,one of the 1964 recipients of said that millions of Negroes was allegedly taken at the request
i the PlnelLis County School Bd., earlier this year mnder the old 4 color, MX or economic status. King, U will demand. a bearlro(. I the Nobel Peace Prise. are tired of his activities, of Sheriff, U-Uurphy,

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Grace Sunday Receives Award/I: '1 Gray Boys In Completes, Leave Gateway Barracks Hampton Choir


School Lists Weddiii Bells, ..--.11. -.",I Program About Auxiliary Meets Was Supberb In

I********************* Auxlliarj to Gateway
Tie ladles' Varied ConcertThe
Its Founding Giving ThanksThe Barracks No./ 131 Veterans -
Earl Laiopklns, 209 7th St., S. will
Grace Baptist Church Sunday Jaz Beach, Fla., Apt. 3, 99 and Gray-Y Boys Club of of World meeting War Sat Hampton Chlor, of Hampton
School Is fifty-four year old. Easter Brady, 2097thStS. Woodson School presented a hold their regular at 1 Institute, presented a con-
9, P.
Members and friends will honor Beach, Fla., 47. program recently reminiscentof urday, December officers cert In the Little Theater of
,
that particular parfrfttRbls* Thanksgiving Vicepre- m. all newly-elected all the Jacksonville Civic Audltorl-'
and
tory on December iO,.with spe- Mifehell Lee Simpson 628 W. sident Theordlre Harris was commutee chairmen to, be um last Thursday.
cial services.At Church St, 30 and Susie Ann narator. Three selections were members are asked present Three words might adequately
9:30 a.m. the service will Harris, 2344 Janette St, 28. 1 presented by the capella choir and on time. will apply to the program: Superb .
begin In the church auditorium of Williams Raines High School. The Christmas programs Oree exciting and provocativeThis
Charles Gelr 1101 Julia St, A scrlptual Interpretalon of be outline\, Mrs.Theodore world-renowned
Guests speaker will be Mrs. .:l group
Elisabeth Hall guest Superin 21 and Branda Joyce Bell, 628 the twenty-third Psalms was -" ,, Q '! chorus directorwantstoseeallmembers Members of singers, operating with a
tendent. Mrs. Delilah Scott will W. Orange St., It. given by Leroy Brown. AThanksgiving "'f' ,, .', at this meeting.take cared changing type of membershipover
be guest .eeretal'). Both art **** prayer was' presented \. f ,; : are urged to They are the years, was directed
.. membership dues.
from Springfield Baptist. Guest by Norman Troy. Anthony ; ..1-- ;",:;4 through a gamut of the worlds
teachers will be Deacon A Johnson. James Robert Anthony,Ontar- Wlsell, club secretary,,. SP-4 HAROLD KENDRICK due this month. best choral music by Roland
Bethany Baptist; Mrs. Ce- lon, Calif., 24 and Patricia read the Thanksgiving storjto SP-4: Harold Kendrick of A The building fun drive is In full for M.Carter, young and dynamic
made
lest Mini, Elizabeth Baptist Elisabeth Burney, 1926 SpiresSt. the accompaniment of h'llllUl.only I :Omapny L BN S Cav. First swing Plans have been director who seems to be
Deacon E.TolIver, St.Matthews ., 19.Ulysses. changed by the Gray-1 :u. Division Caltmoblle, son starting J-SJrvlng theballding.PastCommaader Sr. will be following in the pioneer footsteps
Baptist; DMoore. Mt. Ver- group. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kendrick of men like R.Nathanlel
BOO Baptist, Miss Jwu Clark James Williams,5902 After the final selection Frank: Jr., and grandson of present. Newmembersarewel.come. Dett.!!
Redeem Baptist Droad St., 35 and Mary Lee Hall Tr" Hughes presented Miss Pamela 1 14>. and Mrs Robert Sr., 6554 Call 354-3134 for Information and The choir lunched Into a composition .
5902 Droad SL, 18. Combs, choir dlrectorwlth a 1 Ribault Road has Just speD!. for information of twentieth century'
Dr. Robinson, ***** corsage in appreciation of the'I. 45 days at home after duty In personal contactVolunteer Randall Thompson,AUeluls.and
James Edward Sanders, 5809 group's contribution to the pro' Vietnam. He will leave Decem- gave verve and force to the
Speaks{ Sunday Porltoer Dr., 21 and Carolyn gram. her 8 for Fort Carson, Colo. program which was to follow.
Marches
Jones of the .
Mr. one executive This group seem to be extremly
-
Andrew Robinson prln-
Marie Thomas,5613 VernonRd.
officers of the '
of William M. Raines 17. Y clubs BraIsed the county bey's Gray efforts *'**** Sponsor Sunday Tea cellent.well balanced to direction, responded, and gave
(nlor High, will speak at St.
toward **
carrying out the and forceful considers
mph Methodist Church Sony John Tutson 1311 Davis strong *
Henry The Volunteer Marchers of
alms and of the club
December 10, at D a,m. St. 33 and Leotha Jerusha Jackson purposes lion to this opus.
Charles Hllllard, principal ol f OES Queen Of Area No. I will sponsor a benefit -
; Another number, a Scarlatti
The Raines School choir will
1311 Davis St. 29.
17
Golden the school, gave the closing, tea Sunday, December "Exultate Doe," could not have
smith
slng.Tbe Rev. ,.
at 3:30 at the Youth Center -
remarks. p.m.
South MeetsAt been sung tetter. The choir
pastor, will be In charge.
** ; Twenty-ninth and Chase.
will appeared to have complete control -
At 4 p.m. a fashion show
be featured, with Mrs, Sourt- Kenneth Neal Fink, 906 Old Pallbearers Hold Masonic Hall The tea win aid in the fight of the dynamics of the
ney Carley as narrator. Mrs. Grove Manor, 22 and Marram against muscular dystrophy. sixteenth century composition
Gloria Washington Is reporter: Rita Friedman, 961 Old Grove Last 1967 MeetingGrand The Queen of the South ChaP. Appearing on program will ft was a type of praise to God,
be the Heraldalres, H.L.Marsh
Manor, 21.t .. ter 105 of the OES will meets a glorification of the God of
,. .. -- district director of North Florida -
-""" AE' Union Pallbearer Tuesday, December 12, at thet Jacob.
T Eddie Gene Thlgpen 2416 Hen- Mrs Ruth Atkins of New York City received and South Georgia, Mrs.
commemorative Lodge No. 228 will hold the las Masonic Temple, 410 BoArd Johannes Brahas was honored
PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT: rietta St.,21 and Linda Fay Rogers plaque,honoring her as one of six finalists the Lane meeting of the year Tuesday, Street, third floor, Room 2rat Lucille Lewis, chairman, and by their singing of the Motet,
8663 5th Avenue. 18. Bryant Annual Awards competition for outstanding volunteer December 12, the Mt. AnaBaptist Worthy Matron Queen B.WU- Miss Faye Pope, cochairman.Mrs. : Opus 72, Nov. 2. Ralph Vaughn
Tbelma Green is the West
DR. REX SMITH service in 1966. ] I annex President Mar.. Dams expects all to be present Williams, a deceased twentieth
Fred Daniel Ward, 10306 Jo- .guerlte Dennis will be In charp t and prepared to pay dues, and Jacksonville instructor. century composer, was represented
SOD 9. STATE EU-1117 lynn Rd., 30 and Sylvia Jean ; Refreshments will be sere<1 assessments. This is the last by three Elizabeth songs.
.-- Smith, 43 W. 21st St., 23. FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECK-UP AND tHECK': at the gef-acquainted hour. meeting of the year. The great William DavSon's
Northwestern PTA "Soon-ah-Wi l Be Done was
emotionally stressed and,there

.... Plans Meet again, dynamics were perfect.
'! Among the fine numbers was
The Northwestern Juniors High 'an arrangement of "Done Made
PTA will have a Christmas My Vows to the Lord, True
program on December 14 at Religion," by the director, Ro-
7.30 p.m. in the cafeteria. A land Carter.This spitltual,per-
short meeting will follow. Mrs. haps a portent of the spiritualsof
Bell-ring.eM I E.B.Flnnay is president. the future, was glorious,
colorful, and Impressive

: greeted An almost the capacity singers audience Soloist

Gordon AME were adequate to the occasion.
Carter's: directing lacks nothing
Church InvitesHenry and is reminiscent of the directorship -
of the pioneering
SALE ENDS Gordon AME church, Wings Over Jordan. The Hampton -
Sale Rev Solomon Waterford min Alumni of Jacksonville,
ister, will hold regular services Wendell Holmes president went
SATURDAYBe Sunday. The theme for Sunday all out to bring this famous
morning will be "Behold, how
aggregation to Jacksonville.We
good and how plesant it Is for '
look forward to a returd engagement .
-...- ,. tM/uu. brethren to dwell together in next
year.The Hampton
unity." The motto is "the Centennial Fund will ben -
church with a divine purpose.", ," "

a two TV fa m e IYve n IoY i All art Invited fit.Alumni Again' ,I we Congratulations say, Hats off to to the the

'I Blue Choir and to Carter for an
Lights evening of music! which may

Airline personal size TV' Meet Monday never be excelled.Washington.

I *
: The Blue Light Social andSavings -
club will meet Monday Lodge
December 11, in the home of
_
.1 _
-, Mrs. Arnetha Wallace, 922 Ma Ends Anniversary
1 dison. Mrs. Bertha Walker is
I .
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... --- ,.... "' president. Washington Lodge,No.886 celebrates
t..jl .. .. .Y'...."..., ::!".......: I. its anniversary Sunday .
> = =-== \t. < .' ... December ION,." .
., r-,, == -_ -S-' ..-_.-.,. .. ..." All' Faith Union Prominent citizens helped
I -= make the occasion a gala one. ,
: ;
1ii = :- j n Will Meet Sunday Participants were: Zion Hope
Choir, SB, Deacon Willie Williams .

The All Faith Union will meet Adds Reed, Mrs. Janto I'
Big value! Airliner Sunday with !the vice president, T.Cannon, Eugene Sawyer.Les-
O.L.Meadows, in charge. The ter McClendon, Mrs. Imogens.
Ip IL i 171 sq. in. color TV meeting will be at Holy Tabernacle Odom, Mrs. Altermese Rhou- ...
a u No. I located at Ninth lac, James A.Hawkins, George
t 1 k5 and Pearce. Bishop R.L.Jones CHERYY, Leroy White, Rev
Full, family-sizevlewing is pastor. ,H.Y.Brown, Rev EJt. lmpson,
", Colon stay rich, vivid <$; LBerry, R.R.Pettlford, Henry,
247 "
Perfect for table or cart Simmons, DDGN Eugene Sawyer
u. Clear, steady reception Butterflies PM, Jerome Forcat,W.M ':t
Norris, wan.
P No blur with Color Magic IMCIAL Meet SundayThe

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1 q Butterfly social and Savings
Club will meet Sunday, Bethlehem Baptist.
December 10, at the home of ,
Mrs. Flora Harvln 1513 West -'*
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...-, 23rd. All members eipected Announces Program :
til Mrs Ethel Johnson Is presi .
1 dent. Mrs. Flora Harvia is re Bethelehem Baptist Church "
(,' porter. 6th and Madison, the Rev. A. :'>
Anderson, announces services':
for Sunday. Sunday school begins -,
Dahlia GardenThe at 9:30 ajn. with Superln,.
I tendeD! .Sawyer, Mrs. LUlie .

L = : :: M Mt 1611 meet West Dahalla with Eleventh Mr.Garden and Mrs.Circle Curty will, In Webbert charge and. Mrs. Sadie Fedd, X rThe i

on December
morning worship will be atJ
14 at 7 p.m. MRS. Queen B.' all sum. Dinners will be served'?
'rrne+ j Williams Is president. after the morning service, at X

n r"k. r+ t'H. H .........._..,, I P.rn. The Joint meeting of the it
Home Matrons,Red Circle girls ',i
.PttqNE FOR APPOINTMENT and the Ambassadors will 101. .,
NO MONEY DOWN DR. REX SMITh low. The public Is Invited. .,
District No. 3 meets at S 0. *
111 I.! STATE(141117BOLDENS m. In the basement. The evenIng '

Ideal as a,"second" set-for kitchen or bedroom Q AM/FM stereo now 4"40 ... Usher service will be at 6 p.m. t.
board No.2 and the Young -
lightweight t,'easy to carry-weighs only 19 Ibse Adult Choir will serve throughout .s
at a new low price i the day. The public Is In- X
Top-mounted speaker offers static-free FM sound vlted. Rev A.Anderson,pastor. a,

Clear all-channel recepton/"space-age"! circuitry All tronsistors-no tubes NEW ADULT CUSSES :

Sturdy cabinet built to withstand wear V tear Music Instantly-no wait :-Starting February 13- roe
Full sound from speakers 117
Radio receives FM stereo HOSPITAL AID CLASS ,"

Cabinet of walnut veneer ,. CASHIER SALES CLERK Candlelight :j

WHY WAIT? USE WARDS CHARG-ALL CREDIT PLAN TO "
SAVE NOW-JUST SAY "CHARGE IT! PRESCHOOL WORKERS' Service Ready *

1.1 ', Philip Hiway 5121 Normandy, Gateway Shopping BUSINESS MANAGEMENT The unualcandlellghtvesperf':

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:JI BOLDEN-S COLLEGE and vesper service Sunday,December "
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I here', 1; :alphabetical. order, are 22 of the Db; ;. Photographs' of the- remaining' 22 will appear in next' week' issue.Les -

Instructor William. Runes Junior High befoul>> ; Mrs. Florence i.. Wilson
Education DarneU-Cookman
Treize Amies Club will present the Deubtantes at 1967 at B. Bonner, Business Herbert W. Gay Counselor William M. Rabies High School; School Mrs.
its Prt-Chrlstmas Ball on December 22nd at the Synder Arm- High School; Vice-president, Mrs Hunter H. Sattervhlte, Instructor Business Manager Mrs. King David Britt, Social Studies In- Instructor West Jacksonville Elementary Vanorlan Schell
ory. The 196'l.ocial.euOII officially began for the lorty- ve Lake Forest Elementary School;Recording Secretary, structor DarDen-Cookman Junior High School; Assistant Business Margaret H.. Sutton, Cosetntologist; and Mrs. ,

I debutantes In June. Sine that time relatives and friends nave Miss Ruth M. Broome, Social Studies Instructor, New Stanton Manager, Miss Gwendolyn E. Schell, Instructor, Smart (pec eased). of Its Debs' who were
School CorrespondlngSecretary Mrs Doris Avery Les Trelte Mules Club presents profiles
!Hosted parties, teas, receptions, and civic activities which will Senior High ; Pope Livingston Elementary School Members art; Miss standards school civic
Jones, Curriculum Assistant, William M. Raises High School; selected In recognition of their high ,
continue throughout the Christmas Seasons. Coatslt G. Jones, Curriculum Assistant, DarnellCookmanJunior '
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Officers and members of the Club are: President,Mrs. Klllls Financial Secretary,Mrs HowardSl.ngleton.Sclence1nstructor, High School; Mrs. Raymond S. Miller, Dean of Girls, and scholastic attainments. -
James Weldon Johnson Junior HJgh School. Treasurer, Mrs.

. Profiles Off The Debutante; Coronation Of Debutantes' Calendar Of Events .

Joyce Elaine Bailey daughterof presently majoring in Psychology secretary and editor of the University -
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bai at Fisk University. Honor's Program, and December 11
ley. Miss Bailey, a sociology: Nashville, Tennessee. member of Alpha Kappa Alpha YWCA Royalty December 21

major at BethuneCookmanCollege Jaunlta Gwendolyn Flecther: Sorority. She was a recipient Luncheon, Mr. iMrs. P.J.Jenkins,honoring Janice Sutton,Le-
Daytona Beach Fin,Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Rufus of the Harvard-Yale-Columbia ola Dudley and Irvin Hilliard,409 West 19th St, 12:00-2:00 P.M.' Luncheon, Mr. and Mrs. Floristll Culbert for Cheryl Cynthia
a member of the National Association Fletcher was graduated from Cummer Studies Grant, and Is Will Be Tonight Culbert, 1046 West 13th St., 1130 A.M.-130p.m.:

of Dramatics and New Stanton Senior High School listed In "Who's Who Among December 19
Arts and the Urban League Friday December I, at 7 00 21
Speech and Is majoring In Microbiology Students: in American Universities December
Youth Council.: at Howard University and Colleges". in the Auditorium of the YWCA Brunch, Mrs Louise Per kins,for Patricia White,1518 West 7th
A 1 v a Pharllnda Earned, Washington D. C. She plans a Renee Diane and Shirley Ann toe Teenage Program Committee Street, 11:00 A.M.-lOO P.M. Luncheon, Mr. t Mrs. Robert Peppers, for Joyce Elaine Bailey -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice career in medical research. Lewis, daughters of Mr. and of the YWCA will crown and Fellsa Vlllarln, S919 Lusald Drove, 100-3: :00 P.M.
K.: Barnett.Alva Is a sociology Martu Hall Is the daughter of Mrs. James Leonard Lewis. Miss Y-Teea and Miss Blue December 19

major at Bethune-Cookman Mr. and Mrs William Samuel Renee is majoring in mathe Triangle. December 21

College, Daytona Beach, Fla. Hall. She is a student at Hamp- matics. Shirley, an elementaryeducation Miss Y-Teen is Miss An- Brunch, Mrs James Turner, Mrs. Tnelmas II.Jonas and Mrs.
At New Stanton Senior High ton Institute, Hampton,Virginia, major, is a memberof tlonette Calling,senior at New James Argrett, for Leola Dudley 1216 West9tnSt, 11:00 A.M/- Hobo Party, Mrs. Albert Peterson and Mrs. William Hall, for
School she was a member of the where she is majoring biology Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Station Senior High School.Her 100P.M. Carolyn Peterson and Matu Hall, 6076 Klnnon Drive, 3:00-8:00:

Charles D. Brooks Honor and mlnorlng In chemistry. Renee and Shirley, the great- attendants are. Miss Beverly p.m.,
Society. In 1963 she was elect- Martu plans further study in her granddaughters of Dr. and Mrs. Engram, a ninth grade studentat December 19
ed '"Miss Jabberwack", sponsored major area. James H. Lewis, art students Darnell Cookman. December 21

by Delta Sigma ThetaSo Fay Lynette Harris, daughter of Fisk UnlversltyNashvlllt, Miss Jones Blue Triangle is Stephanie Soirt, Mrs. Erma Murry and Mrs. Emma Morgan for Shirley Tea, Nrs, Elmer Gilbert, honoring Jackquelyn Legette, 3124
rority. Her grandparents are of the Reverend and Mrs. T. Tennessee. a student attending li Renee Lewis, Sharon McBride andWaymolaStont West Woodlawn Road, 4:00 6:00 P.M.
Mrs. Ethel GUllslet Barnett and Vincent Harris, is an honor Gayle Mason, daughter of Mr, Isaiah Blocker School. Her 9th St., 6:00- 8:00: PJI.
the late Mr. Charles aroett student at St.Augustine College and Mrs. Henry T. Mason, Is t attendants are, Miss Doris Bllllngslea December 21Dubutante's

Angela Gall Canty daughterof Raleigh, North Carolina where student at Bennett College, of S.A.Hull Elemen December 19 Rehearsal Party, Mesdames Klllls B. Bonner,
Mr. and Mrs. Fannie 1.. she Is majoring English. She Greensboro, North Carolina. tary School and Miss Pamela J. Alvin Clark, William T. Harper Wesley Johnson, Dennis
Canty. Gall, an honor graduate is a sollst in the choir, a member She is a home tconomlcas major Brooks of Pint Forest .Elementary Diner Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carter, Sr., for Kay Harris and T. Stewart and Otha Wooden, honoring Alva Barnett, Ltola

Bishop Kenny High School, Is a of Jhe college band, andGrammateui with a minor in art. Gayle These School. Emerell McNalr, 1341 Let Street. Dudley, Jauanita Flecher, Portia Hilliard, lrlyn HUlman,Stela -
prt-law student at Vanderbilt of Gamma XL holds membership! National Association girls were selected Ivy, Linda Lewis, Reuse t Shirley Lewis, Adraln McFarlin,
Nashville from the club' turning in the
University Chapter, Alpha Kappa AlphaSo- for the Advmancement December 19 Jocelyn Nicks, Maty Ann Reed, Carolyn Rogers, Dwrdrt Sat-
first second and third
Tennessee Rockefellow highest
on a of Colored People and the Young
rorlty. terwhlte Anest Shell, Vickie ScrlvenJoilta Simmons,Waymola
Scholarship. Portia S. Billiard, daughter of Women's Christian Associa on amount Its enrollment.of Memberships based Evening of Fun, Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. White, honoring Patricia Stone, Janice Sutton, Muriel Thompson, Marls Underwood Fe
Patricia Ann Crawford,daugh Mr. Claude 0. Hilliard and Rico White, 1219 West 9th St, 8:00 P.M. ltsa Vlllarln, Patricia White, Laura Williams and Sharon MeBride. -
ter of Mr. George; D. Crawfordand Mrs. Geneva A. Hiniard. is a sharon Lorraine McBride, Mrs. Olga Bradham is chair-
8 30
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Mrs. Jackie U. Crawford. Home Economics at daughter: of Mr. and Mrs.Richard man of the planning committee December 20
major Bride. 8:30 P.M. (Debs' and Escorsts)
for this affair and Mrs Julia
Patricia Ann was an outstanding Florida Junior College at Jack- McBride, Is an honor graduate -
member of the Greta and sonville. Portia has won honors of Bishop Kenny High Wallace Is working along Dinner, Mr. and Mrs.James H.Hicks,honoring Mary Ann Reed
Gretle Dance School for twelve in fashion design and plans to do School and is presently majorIng with her A lovely affair has Holiday Inn, 6:00 9:00 P.M.December December 22
years. Presently she is a psychology further study at Pratt Institute, In Spanish at risk University been planned. Parents and

major at Bennett College New York City. Nashville, Tuu..... friends arc urged to attend. 20 Brunch, Mrs James Henderson, for Anest Schell,2S28Splrta,
Greensboro, North Carolina. Merle KUlman Sharon plans to do advanced
Irvlyn ,daughter 1130A.M.1JOPXDecember: : i ;
.* of Mr. and Mrs.Oscar Irving study in Foreign Languages Wedding Bells Back Home, Mrs Olga Bradham, for Maxla Underwood, 2320
Cynthia J. and Cheryl Delores Hillman, is a sociology Adrlannt Kyra McFarlin, tdgtwood Avt, 8:00 10:00 P.M.December 23
Culbert, daughters of Mr and majo at TaUadega College daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ktr- Kerry
NatkaanlelCurmbie,1920
Mrs. Florlsell Gilbert.Cynthia Talladega, Alabama. Irvlyn is flax D. McFarlin, Is majoring in Iruntnal St., 20 and Julia Mat 20PrtChrlstmas Debs' Breakfast Mothers of the Debs, honoring the DeWantt
a University Counselor,Is majoring a Junior counselor and a member speech and bearing tberapby at Wlllams, S404 Division St 18. Sorree, Mr. James Thompson and Mrs Julia Coterla, Holiday House, 3:00: A.M. /
in Elementary Educationand cube college choir. Hampton Institute Hamtpon, Harvard,. for Muriel Thompson 1604 Garden St, 8:30 P.M.

mlnorlng in Library Stella Yvonne Ivey, granddaughter Virginia. Adrianne was elected"Sophomore James Oliver Allen, Jr., Ft. December 23
Science. Cheryl, a sociology the
Woman of
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 21
forth Texas 20 and December
Gaynell
major, Is a member of Sigma Honor J. Clemens, is a student Year", and Is honor student. I orretha: C lid, w til .2330 Breakfast, Mrs. Ulysses 1. Baety, Jr. honoring Alpha 0. Coffee, Mrs. Nathaniel Davis and Mrs. I.HBurney honoring
Rho Sigma Social Science at MorrlstowmCollegeMorrs- She plans to do advanced work 'tanetteSt,26. Smith Uncle John's Pnacakt House, 830: -1030AJI. Shirley t Renee Lewis, 1416 Jefferson St. 1LOO A.M<4:00 p.m.
Society, and Yearbook Pic- town, Tennessee where jne Is In clinical therapby."Friendly.
tort Editor. Both art students in
majoring sociology. Duringtbt December 23
at Tennessee State University summer of 1967 she participated Floridans" Drive Downtown Lions Launch Out

Nashville, Tennessee. in an honor study course Fashion Luncheon, Mrs. S.P.Lhlngston and Mrs. G.G.Little-
Maragrtt F. Dorsey, daughter in American Literature at Union Johnhonorlng Arnest Schell Waymola Stone Juanita Fletcher,
of the late Mr. James Dorseyand College, BarbourvlUe! Iffy Emphasizes More Tourists To Reclaim Needy CitizensSlowly Gall Canty and Joycelyn Nicks. 1424 Jefferson Street 1008P.M. .
Mrs Llllle M. Dorsey. Stella reigned U "Miss So,, .
T .
Margaret is an English majorat TAMPA Witt strong statewide support behind It, the Florida
Bethune-Cookman: College, phomore", and plans a career Council 91 100 this week kicked off a "Friendly Floridian' the bond of understanding and realisation is awakening
Beach Florida. An In med1ca1soc101oo'. campaign to encourage courtesy to Sunshine State visitors. tilt commonly to the purposes of GJEO and their efforts to reclaim December 23
Daytona Gall Anttonette King, daughterof Dinner Mrs. Alvin White, for Adraln McFarlin and Fare
honor student in college, she Is Mr. and Mrs A.louo w.K1nc. Fred -D. Learey of Tampa, r sta. lives from the depths of poerty. Harris Pattys Restaurant, 600.100: P.M.
Tot
Basilens, Gamma Tan Chapter She Is a sociology major at chairman tithe group composed The Coumcil's'TouramCommHtee : Jacksonville Downtown side with prominent members of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Bethune-Cookman College of Florida's foremost business heated by Dick Pope Lions Club has Joined the poverty the Lions cleaning building and

member of Executive Committee Daytona Beach, Florida. and progessional leaders, said Shot Cypress Gardens, win fight by aligning with the Jlllnt1nc. December 23
Women's Senate, and a Jacquelyn Legette, daughter of the intensive programs will tinfjiafifj strategy, using bumperstrips nnderprMltgtd youth of the Tbt building donated by Dr.

member of Bethunla Strait She Mr. and Mrs Calvin Legette, "warmth ant friendliness counter displays,'lapel city and has restored a building Eartha M.. White, had been In Cocktail Party, Mrs. Daisy Coleman, honoring Gayle Mason
also servers as student director Is a biology major and by all Floridlans toward pins, tct to Implement the pro to sent u a neighborhood the process of restoration by 1624 W. 19th St, ':00 P.K.
1449 Milnor.
of Tra-Co-Dram, a dramatics chemistry minor at Tuskegee out visitors. gram. youth enter at the Lions and tflt teenagers
group at the college. She Institute, Ttukeget, Alabama., fey, president of Central Pope said Florida radlo-rr Bill Wool*ry of the Lions Club since September.BEAiLlftE December 13Discotheque
Is listed in "Who's Who Among Linda Delores Lewis,daughter Telephone Co. of Florida, said stations win carry public service Is project chairman of this venture. -
students in American Universities the campaign has the full backIng ) messages, and billboards" Lions Club members donated
of Mr. and Mrs Alonio F. FOR HEMS Mrs. E. DtYaghn Sweet, for Aha Barnett Gall
and Colleges.Leoa Lewis, Is attending Tennessee of GOT. Claude JClrk Jr. companies have agreed to donate hondrtJ of dollars worth of Canty Fay Harris, Waymola Stone,Muriel Thompson,Joycelyn
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C. Dudley daughter of Florida DevelapmentCommis-! space In cooperation with building materials; not to mention ISSUE IS
Slate .University. Nashville, Fit HIISTMAS Wicks, Hollta Simmons, Laura Williams end Adrian McFarlin
sion Florida Tourist Councfl tilt Coa cD'. Florio untold homrsof labor,to restore -
Mr. and Mrs. NxthamlalC.Dudley Tennessee, where she majos In "Friendly 1461 West 8th Street 8:30 P.M.
is a graduate New Stantn English. Linda,an honor student Chambers of Commerce and dUn" effort the building. Ndljdibur-. MOMOllT IEC.114 P.M. ,
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Rev. Ned Heads Two Founding St. Thomas Baptist Church Celebrates Hannony Lodge

I : ... I CHURCH NEWS I r rCOLmSIANS
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St. Thomas Baptist celebrated two anniversaries recently.
One. was the fifty-second anniversary of the church. The other 1d St. Paul SoonThe BAPTIST CHURCH
was the twenty-fifth annlersary of the pastor. Sunday School begins at 10a.m.The morning worship begins at
observance of the nine- at 7 The Rev. RJ. Crawford
11 the evening worship p.m.
The theme chosen for this t.m.
beautiful white edifice's activities the liquidation of three mortgages ty-olnth anniversary celebration ; :: wall deliver sermons for the cia,.Prayer service Is every TUBS-
for the day was "Christian Rev. Neal and the membership of the Harmony Lodge No dar at 7:30. The Sunbeam GospelS1ngernIDappear alter ser
Toeard did most of the arch- 1 will be held Sunday December vices Sunday night on December 17. The church Is located at
Progress Kingdom
Builders." lecturing of impressive edifice 10, at 6 p.m. at the St, 1154 West 31st.
at 2333 Moncrief. Paul Baptist church, according
Rev. Neal follows in the footsteps
of illustrious leaders.TheRe The church has many minister I to Worshipful Master W.HJleed ST. PAUL BAPITSTCHURCH
,. Ruben Thomas was first alumni. In addlton to thata Jr, thirty-second degree Mason Sunday School begins at 9.30; a.m.The mOl'll1ngworshlp begins
new modern church was the worship at 6 p.m. The Rev EX. Taylor
pastor and founder, organising at 11 am.. the evening
on October 17,1915, In the sacred vision. All who pass the church Harmony Lodge was organizedIn win deliver the sermons for the day. Prayer service will be
can testify to a New Thomas 1868. two before the church Is located
precincts of the Mt. Calvary yean held Tuesday night beginning at 7 p.m.The at
Baptist church Among Church.. establishment of a Grand Lodge 716 Stonewall Street.
In the sate of Florida.The first
members Emma
founding
were
Christain Club master was"Rev ll.
,
"Worshipful BAPTIST
Grenwood, Sadie Hall, Little MT SALEM
Mitchell Elisabeth Smith, Lew H.Thompson. Sunday School begins at 9:30:30wlthSuperlntendent Green in
vie Tatum, Harry Tatun A.L. Gives Program 1 This year's celebration will honor charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor>> Rev.
Thomas and A.O.WilUams. the fourth anniversary of Rogers. The morning devotions begin at 11 am. Deacons
The first church structure was Tie United Christian Club of Worshipful MasterReed. Harmony Cornelius Calhoun and J. Neal will be In charge. Choir No 3
rued by fire,In 1930.Rev.Thomas Callahan is having the monthly 1 et' Lodge FAA Is working and Usher Board Nat wUl serve throughout the day The installation -
died In 1932. Other ministers program Sunday December 10, Y under the protection of the Most service will be at 3 p.m. The pastor will speak.
were vernds F.Peterklns at the Chruch of God. Elder Worshipful Union Grand Lodge _Choir No.3 will rehearse Monday night. Choir No.1 will rehearse -
South Carolina, Ben Coles,Fort Green Is past or.-The service .' Jurisdiction of Florida, Inc. Thursday night. The Christmas rehearsal Saturday
_
Lauderdale and Rev. Burneyj;- begins at 5.30: p.m. The public r- I. IJ s: with Worshipful Master Rudolph afternoon. The church Is located at 1381 22nd. Mrs C. Simpson -'
is Rev W.C.Neal, pastor of St. Thomas Baptist Church,celebrated his twenty-fifth anniversary Bradley, thirty-second degree
Vero Beach. Rev. J.HJtosswas is invited. Alfonso Sampson reporter; Rev. W.O.Rogers, pastor.
associated minister Rev. G.H. president. Mrs. Melvin Sui- recently. The minister is shown above with assistants.The anniversary was attended by many Mason, as Grand Master.
Hawkins served also. cllls is secretary, Each night heralded some Important event In the history of the church. The public Is Invited. Loges NEW REDEEM BAPTIST .
The present dynamic arid progressive and affiliated orgainzatlons are Homecoming Day will be Sunday. Communion will be administered
leader came to the Young Peoples St. John Scouts Candlestick Must Be Found Invited. The church is locatedat at 3:30. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Deacon J.H.
church In 1942. Rev. Neal was Stonewell and Magolla. Rev. Washington charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor -
then associated minister Rev. Plan{ Court Of And Returned To The ChurchThe E.Taylor Is pastor Rev. Norman.. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., withthe'deacooS
Neal was then associate minis- In charge of the devotion Choir Nat and I and
ter In Vie Emanuel Baptist Union HonorsIts Rev Dr. Gayraud S. 'W more, Jr., one of trbe chief prelates Westside Choir Usher Boards Nol and 2 will serve Mrs. Jackson will be In
Church pastored by Kev. J, Honor At ChurchSt. of the United Presbyterian Church, has warned religious charge of music. The pastor will speak at both services. Prayer
WJrlson. FoundingThe John Baptist Church's scout leaders and followers all over America that "Our Candlestick Union QuarterlyIs meeting is Tuesday night, with Deacon C.H. Smith and Dea
During his 'administrationRev. troop No. 73 will have the Court Is now In the hands of McKlsslck and others," and, that unlesswe con Lee Blocker In charge. Rev EJ. Norman, pastor, The
Neal has brought about Young People's Union will of Honor Sunday, December 10, retrieve It by objectivism, American churches might find December 11 church is located at 1614 East 30th.()
meet Sunday. December 10. at themselves piles of rubbish and debris, as a follow-up on the
Tabernacle To t.S.p.ra.; at the Church of God at will 6 be p.m.present.District Troops executives will destruction of homes and businesses across the nation. The Friendly"Westside: Choir UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
In Unit, 12th and Danson street come from Greater Payne, The church must be willing to tism within the church. Misund Union will hold the quarterly Sunday School opens at 9:30 a.m., with the superintendent and
Have Elder Rosa Lee Grace is pas Friendly Baptist, First Baptistand pay the price of action, said the Ums within the church. Misunderstanding meeting and Installation of oNfleers teachers In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the
Rehearsal, tor.There the Muscoge District, leader. "They can no longer he said, might Monday, December 11, pastor or his appointee The morning service begins at 11 a.m.
v are twelve groups In namely Troop 302. hope to control the shape and have come about because the at '1:30. In the lower unit of, Deacons D.B. Pollard and Robert King will be In charge of
On December 10 i union, namely: Artistic Awards will be made to Glen 'pace of the struggle for dignityand churches have never really beenin Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist devotions. The pastor will deliver both sermons.All choirs will
uospel Singers, Camllly Golden Anderson and Paul Isreal for justice in the ghetto," vehemently the ghettoes "Our black Church, 1319 North Myrtle. serve, along with all ushers. The evening service will be at
Tabernacle Baptist Church Anthony' Essie Mae Ever- outstanding work Rev. Walter warned the leader. 'Presbyterians were almost as Hosting will be Mrs. Aline 6 p.m. Monday night Is deacon's night Prayer meeting Is held
will hole the Christmas rehearsal readies. Friendly Officers, Marshall, Sr, Is Scout Master Dr. WUmore pointed to the uninvolved as our white Presbyterians E.Vance. on Tuesday night The church Is located at 613 Pippin. Rev.
Tuesday, December 10, Harmonious Vancellers Harris The church is located at Oakley "new aggressiveness" of the ," be continued. The group will hold Its twelfth Jake Ray Is pastor. Mrs. Leomla Miller is reporter.
at 4 p.m. Singers Jackson Singers', La- and Bridler Rev J.Hughes is Negro. He said this sense of Independence The leader commended the anniversary and make distributions -
Other services at the churchare timore Gospel Singers Nathaniel pastor. has transformedthe establishment of the new National on December 24 at NEW MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
as usual.Sunday School begins Jackson Octovettes civil rights movement and Committee of Negro 2:30: p.m. In the Mt. Pleasant Services begins at 9:30 In the Sunday School Deacon Rufus'
at 9.30; wlthSuperlntendent Tbelmarettes, Tiny Boyd Sin St. Paul Ushers has forced a new and painful Churchmen a significant "It Baptist Church, Callahan. Cambridge will preside. The public consecration will be at 11
G.A.Lawerence In charge. At 9 iers ,and Versatile Cberrlets. honesty. between blacks and seems very possible," he felt, Leaders William H.CherryJr. a.ra., followed by devotions conducted by the deacons.The ser-
11 a.m. the morning serviceswill All singing groups of the city Will Meet whites.. "at this time that no leader- Thomas Dow, James Harvey mon will be delivered by the Rev. W.L. Gtanton, pastor. The
feature a sermon by Rev. are Invited. The public is welcome He outlined the work of the ship strategy or program of a Mrs Mary Helen Bellamy and evening worship will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the pastor again
W.E.Young. All youth choirs Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul Presbyterian over the past four predominantly white church, or Mrs Catherine WSykes request delivering the sermon. Choir No.2 and Usher Board No.3 will
and Usher Board No. 2 will.' :Mist Delphlne Cherry and the AME Church will meet Sunday or five years. lie mentioned black church, will be able to all members to be present serve throughout the day Miss Wilma Corbin will be the pianist .
serve. Cherrlets will be hosts for the December 10, at 4.30p.m.at the crush-program set up by the work effectively in the major on December 9 at 8 p.m. for the day.
The Districts will meet in the meeting Mrs. Inca Harris is Church. church In 1963, in an effort towards cities without joint planning and in the Royal Tabernacle Baptist
church auditorium at 3:30: p.m. president. Mrs. Alberta Lath" Important business will be discussed reconstruction. close collaboration with the, Church 1320 West 21st MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHUR'CHServices
Sunday. The young folk rehearsal more Is supervisor and pianist. M.C.Cbambers Is pre Dr. WUmore pointed to the re- black church which wUl be as- Rev. Lee'McQueen pastor.The at Mt. Tabor will be held throught the day Sunday
is..at 530.: Bernard McClain Is reporter sident. ytrgence of extreme conserva- scolated with the NCNC." __ ,"......uu"!...'_ .ftfnldt..... .rhn........ii_.. will have School begins at 930. Deacon Jason Barr will be In charge. The
----- quarterly mass revival meet pastor Rev. H.T. Overstreet, will review the lesson. At 10:45
December 30 at 8 p.m. In the deacons will be in charge of consecration. At 11 a.m. the
Slant Baptist, 1551 Lee. morning worship begins. The Rev. H.T. Overstreet and Rev.
lit. officers will be elected George Cherry, associate, will preside. At S p.m.,the districts
1 hold their mass meeting. At 5 p.m. the BTU meets, with Deacon '
EnoblbMd 111E Mrs.Bertha BellCelebrates Paul Behann as president Theodore Smith will preside "i >
J ,, The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Choir No. S and Usher f >
Board No.3 will serve throughout the day. '

Mrs Bertha Bell will cele-
HOLSEY CME
brate her tenth anniversary
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Bertha Grlffen and ;
Sunday night December 10 at
teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with
8'30 at the African United Church I
NOMI" the pastor, Rev. Dave McElvln, preaching The evening service -
1U9 Melnor. Mrs. Ruth
1Nlal1 ND rUfl lint is at 6:30. Christmas rehearsal will Saturday at 4 p.m..
yA M.Eubanks will appear Grldlne
Traoo will rive a reading. Prayer meeting is held every Tuesday night

Sinners" will be the Travel-
Ing Stars and the Faith Cna- Christain Club Workers Choirs
'rity Singers. Refreshments will

The South's LARGEST HOMEFURNISHERS be served. Will GiveProgram Union PreparesFor

IN MEMORIAMThe Sun.

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The Twelve Christain Club will ,
Appreciates Your Business Taylor wishes to express their give a program Sunday,Decem-
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friends and neighbors for their will celebrate its anniversary ,
Church of the Living God,
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derson and members of Bethel Mrs Ruby Stewart will serve
Mrs. Mack is
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Mrs. Edith D. Taylor, wife, Buy U.S. No. t choir of the Churcb of
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Professor Goodman Bishop Cooper And Apostles i

Guest Speaker

News Will Be HonoredProfessor } I ,r ',n1m, 't 'r I.. '' --'! Y4 Open Anniversary January 7 !
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*0*& +*,f0*+*r***++ will be honored In an appreciation t- i : 1" Bishop C.H.Cooper, founder Jerusalem, 2032 Benedict, has announced that the anniversary I
Alonu Walker Is out outstanding Palatka cttlien of th. week. A successful businessman Walker program Sunday, December : j
celebration of the church will begin on January 7, 1961. !
believes that you can have no doubts within yourself. Walker says, "To be a success, you 10, at 3 p.m. at Ephesians ,
must believe yon are going to succeed. Be Interested in your business and In people You must Baptist Church. 3rd and Staf ,.. J! The first event will be the appearance God In Christ,January 14,sponsored -
be honest and reasonable, as well as understandable. You must be able to cooperate with other ford. t"L' of Elder'A.Hills,pastor \ by the Young Peoples'
business men." _._. All groups of the city are in- J of the First Born Holiness Union.
Greene, Chaplin: wlIma wiggs vited. Some appearing Church at 3 p.m., on January
al convention In Memphis.The groups On Monday night, January IS,
Before gglng into the car business have expressed thanks for UK) BuslnessManager,Nathan Taylor are the Union Singers, Sons of t 7. Elder Hill is a dynamic Bishop M.Baker will be sponsored -

for himself, Walker spent kindness shown them those ; Reporter, Willie Hanklns. Jubilees, Cllftones and Sunny I speaker and one of the leadersin \ by Sabbath School On
about IS years working for by The seniors have taken the Rose. Evangelist McCall is religious work in the city. He
who helped make their trips, Tuesday night, January 16, the
others. successful. Florida State wide tests for sea ;T: >onsor. Rev. Bell Is pastor t' will be sponsored by the Evangelist Rev S.A.Thomas will be spon-
iors. Among other things at C.A. Board of the church. sored by the Usher Board. The
Elder William
RACE DOES NOT HURT Rutledge, pastor this test determines class rankIng On Monday night, January 8, Rev and his
Bryant -
of the church in congregation
was a singing .
for final programs Elder Flax Howard, pastor of will also
appear on January
concert Brother
This energetic man has recently Memorial Holiness
proven Miss Drucllla. Cards, C.A. Howard's 16. All Invited.DEADLINE .
Fisher of Tabernacle are
two things. The first Is that BaptistSt. Spanish teacher and her group Church, will speak. The minister -
being a Negro has nothing to do Augustine, was his opponent ,ere working bard on the annual AREA will be sponsored by the
with success in fields which The affair was held In the Calvary Christmas
program, all done In Missionary Board.
were predominantly white. Baptyst Church, the Rev. Sp nlsh. Miss Garris plans her Other leaders who will appear FOR NEWS
Then, handicaps can be over G.W. Warren pastor presentation for Wednesday, SERVICEMENt ? are: Rev. Rogers, Mt.
come. Walker his a serious accident Mrs. Lillian Battles was organist December 13. I Salem Baptist, sponsored by the
CHRISTMAS ISSUE IS
An FOR
some years ago. Your reporter Organistscamefrom The C.A. Marching Bulldogs Mlnlsteres Board, January 9;
asked him U he thoughtthe Tavernacle Baptist, St. \ugusUnt. participated in the Annual Elder A.N.Frailer,Wednesday,
accident might have been a Eler William Rutledge is Christmas Parade at St. Augustine SAN ANTONIO-Alrmaa JamesA January 10, sponsored by the MONDAY DEC. 18 4 P.M.

hindrance. He said, "No." He pastor; Mrs Lillian Battle is Florida The band gave a Coney, Jr.,son of Mrs.Daisy Deacon Board. The minister 1s
said he bad to overcome the the reporter. fine performance D. Coney of 314 Mango Ave., pastor of the True Vine Holiness -
handicap. He didn't want people Mrs Clara Scott, mother of Cocoa, Fla., has completed Church
feeling sorry for him CENTRAL ACADEMY C.A. students, Charles McCoy, basic training at Lackland AFB, Among other will be; Elder W, IN MEMORIAM
Therefore, Walker, believing HIGHLIGHTS Calvin McCoy, and Alphonso Tex He has been assigned to the Faust, January lipastor of the
in himself, turned an accident McCoy, passed away last week. Air Force Technical Training Church of God In Christ, spon in Sad but Loving Memory of
Into a success.Walker Jackie .Vlckers, popular C.A. The entire C.A. family mourns Center at Lowry AFB, Colo., i sored by the Pulpit Aid Board! ; my dear Husband, Mr. Jessie
Is an alumnus of Central studant and varsity member of the loss. for specialized schooling as a, Rev. Wallace, St. Peter's AME Echols, who departed this life;
Academy's High school!; the Bulldog football team, was H.O.. Gill, faculty sponsor of missile electronics specialist. ..... Friday night, January 12, spon- four years ago, December 8,
class of 1944. gainfully injured when struck the C.A. Student Council will Airman Coney, a 1966 graduateof Elder L.B.Ross, Sr. will Academy, 2760/ Edgewood. sored by the Mothers' Board 1963. Gone, but not forgotten.
What are some of the qualifications down by an automobile while attend the annual state convoca- Monroe High School,attended preach Sunday night, December Elder R.B.Harris is pastor. Bishop James Tucker, pastorof Sadyly Missed by: Mrs. Bertha I
for success? They are: crossing a city street. The entire CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 Brevard Junior College 10, at 7:30 at the Adventist the Pentecostal Church of Echols, Wife, and Family.,

Flexibility... Truthfiilni.su. ______ Pad.ence. school family, especially
n --
his homeroom, llA-Mrs. L.L. I
We noticed that Walker didn't Hardy, sponsor, wishes him a ,- '

have his car lot In the east speedy Basketball recovery.practice continuesfor "CHMGE IT Sears ffeoMng ChargeBoys ;

part of as Palatka the ,Negro commonly section regarded both girls and boys. Coach Just i Say ow ,

William White and Mrs.Vonclel
Walker has sold many cars to
white people. His lot is on U.s. Tfaompklns are well pleased
Highway No.17. It Is surrounded with early practice sessions. 4iy '
Gussle and Girls' 24 26-
by white business. He said Mrs. School Adams, Putnam or
that, when he first asked about County lunch supervisorwas
renting, he was told by the on- at C.A. on Wednesday.
Along with the. school lunch
er that he wouldn't make rent
money. Walker has proved that, room evaluation committee,
If the annual administrative review : In. Tubular SteelY
and
we ,try we can believe do what in anyone ourselves was conducted. The school Bicycle

else can. committee Is composed of FredR.

Brooks, H.H. Wright, Mrs. Sears '
L. E. Asia, Miss Charlene Williams -
ELKS BREAK GROUNDOn
14 r s. Corene Catties, SAVE $6.10!
-?
November the Elk High Nathaniel Harris, Mrs.Queenle
officials, broke ground for the Allen, Mrs. Arnell Fells, Mrs.
new headquarters. The picture Idella Savage, Mrs. Ines Beau-

shows some officials, from left ford, Miss Cornelia Grady, :
to right: Mr. Kelly, Mrs. Harriet Miss Dianne Vreen, Miss Jeffle "
Mr Green and Mrs.Fells.PALATKA Lee Asia, and Char lesPjirvear. -\1.
The eighth grade science ;;
classes; Miss Cornelia Grady, 26
CHURCHES
sponsor took a trip to a science ;;

ST. JOSEPH BAPTISTSt. laboratory in Jacksonville on I- Regular
Tuesday, November 29.
Miss Fisher :12.9B:
Joseph Primitive Baptist. Targle C.A.
lathematlcllnstructor
was recently -
Sunday School begins at 9:3C:
Inducted into the local
and ends at 11 a.m. At 6 p.m.
Chapter of the Sigma Gamma
I
the by evening the pastor sermon Is Rev delivered P.R.- Rho Sorority. 1 Sturilj, UiluiUr nlorl! frame haw shim' but j I l

Frisco. The pastor and the Several members'of the Cen '" strong I\tin-nnililU- hart Bright'" 1 linked' on i
tra Academy High School family I
family of the late Deacon Mat- attended the Annual Orange- \, enamel rolorx.' 1'plioKlcml' spring 'iI'at.

Joseph's hew Gllyard and,friends members have of St. Blossom Classic In Miami on nO) '"' or Girls! 2-in-1 1 \\1 IMIoelor at ronr. Coupler brake for mire I
extended -
thanks to She riff Pelllcer December FAMU and 2.Gramtling The game was between won 20-Inch Hioy rlc Sale \c (G \ \ Hop. The heut ) weight lire gigs ) rare ofcar. I

and Eddie Deputies Vreen for Vernon services Tilman given.and by Grambling, 28-25. 2788 ; 0l Buy Now end Sun" I Da)* Only I
The Euclidean Math
will
The have n.. ,lIar "'
family also thanks the D.A. 8.NMWHcnmi : w fiontl llntimcnl20Incli
Boyd Funeral Home Mrs. Bob- Its annual Initiation Friday, .!>!. iiixr I,.,. Vil i.lju.t. iHd.l ( ih Sorlliifr
bie Sanders December 8. Installation ofne. [ hnltl, I'"m. with irinbw i is
is
reporter members will be made by Har'-* .. ..<-.I.. 11,1. II",,>! I ll.t.) (Inlv I !

ZION TEMPLE rlet Austin, Elizabeth Bartley,
---- Ethelena Wright. and Louis

Zion Temple Church of God Hampton. New members include I
Deborah Boyd, Charles yI
In Christ Nol,16th and Bron-
Green, James Hanklns, Willie *
s o n. Appreciation.
services
Hanklns Elworth \y
were held on December 3 for Howell, Rod- I II
the church mother Mother Little erick James, Melva Johnson,
-
Jenkins. A baby contest was Elsie Keys,Connie Moody, Beatrice I/ i
held recently. Contestants Sharp, Edna Scott, Nat-
were han Taylor, and Wilma Wlggs. '
Baby Serena Monlque Jenkinsand .11\\ :.
The
speaker for the occasion
Baby Terrence
'Jones Jones. Baby will be Jimmy Alexander,a former .
won. The
contest
success.! The committee was expresses a member of the math club () Bikes Adjust to Bojs' Height Wild and Rue) Spjdcr I Style Bicycles
and student at St. Johns River
in Fernandina
thanks. Starred I 1 Items Available R, gular 8.VJ.W
Mother Emma Anderson, district club Junior College President Officers of the ."I.-ilI'oil. ;in nail.lli', ",ral adjtinl ul.nl,99, : Arlington and Downtown ,1-Hiieeil lick chili for r.Ht Tilling.\ "
are Ethelena
supervisor of the Palatka : lo pedal height from 21 lo21inehe I Dual hand bra I.... hall bot nlm-k *
district, and Mrs. Annie Gavin, Wright Johnson; VIce-President, Melva *. Training wheel i I* and I Heat ) dul) click rear lire, !Humeluielel 5288

have returned from the nation-. Johnson,, Secretary Treasurer; ,Carolyn Charles roastermndrlre: l t. lar..ud.tlSax': >w ataililile and, Snit in 2908 baiianu ", 'a..I"II". r.'reflrelur,






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NEyvs HOUSING TO MEN*THE FORCES; By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR. LI

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company COLOR OF WHOSE BLOOD OPEN
I WHEN THEY SHED IT IN THEDEPIWSEOPASItISALL Do you know how much an average family of four needs to ,
THE HOUS/Nil maintain a moderate living standard According to the U.s.
MEJBE'RNEGRO' SAME SHADEBUT WHO WHEN 'r Bureau of Labor Statistics, the family must tarn or have an :
THEY RETURN HOHE FIND annual Income of 39,191 if they live In an urban area.
THAT$ THE'COLOR OF THEIRSKIN'THAT The figure to higher for some cities like New York, a slightly -
MATTEBS.THE -- lower for others. But any way you slice it, if s a lot of money
P TIONAl & for beyond the reach of many Americans.
NEGRO SERVICEMAN! Only about one out of ten Negro families earns that much, and
BEEN LOYAL AND RESPONSIBLE f many CIA do it only because a higher proportion of wives and

TOHISCOUNTRY."SAIDMcNAMARA 1 mothers work. Despite this, Negro'families with two or more

ERIC 0. SIMPSON =: UUICIII Editir1ILDA ," UT THE PEOPLE jobholder still earned lest that the average whit family with
4 INNS COUNTM HAVE FAILED on working member.
IN THEIR LOYALTY AND RESPONSIBILITY f These figures don't mean fancy living. A "moderate" living
TO HIM" 4 standard doesn't allow much rOOD for
WOOTEN --+ Cireilitiii Nin.ir
But it to still a far cry from a |
standard. This to about$3,300 for an
ly of four
2323 pfoncriel Road! Phil Elfii 4S7B2Miiliif Yet even this very low Income to IUlurle"B

reach on many Negro families About )
Addnss ,) wry five tarn lest, and live In
reason for this Is that Negro worker

P.O. ,In SI! Jichtuiilli, Fliridi 32211 i concentrated to lowest-paying jobs and they art most likely
to become unemployed.

MIAMI OFFICE The figures for Negro unemployment are rising, and they
now stand at 8.8 percent more than half that for white workers
r Some ghetto neighborhoods suffer unemployment to a degree
Phone 751-3879 not reflected to the official figure Up to half the working

SUBSCRIPTION RATES population to these areas In unemployed.
These figures are disgraceful. No country can tolerate such
One Year $8.00. Half Year $5.00
widespread poverty, least of all the richest nation In the world.
Mailed to You Anywhere} in the united States Closing the job gap has to be at the top of America's list of
Subscription payable in advance priorities

Send Check or Money Order to; VTNItf1 The job gap to also a racial gap-.it exists because of discri

FLORIDA STAR! PO. BOX 599 mination. Nothing wise can explain the terrible gap to the income -
figures and to the unemployment figures Negroes bate
Jacksonville 1 Florida
twy. persistently been thrust to the bottom of the economic ladder,
and the figures prove It.

Government, Industry, and labor will have to join In efforts

l lAll "WHAT DOES THE NEGRO WANT?" YET THEY ASK, to country end this tufferd situation.from poverty During and the unemployment Depression, when, massive the whole pub

Negroes.' Are Not Alike lie works projects were started to put men to work. We can doDO
r- ---- ------- ---------------- less for today's minorities who suffer economic depression

Riots and black power ..are perhaps the t 'fI on an even wider scale
two most promlnenffssues before the Araer- In addition to job-creating projects which put people to work
on socially useful programs, government can offer incentives
can eople unless we Include poverty and I YOUR Weekly I to private Industry to relocate to the ghetto Fantastic subsidies

Vietnam. Generally acrojsfthe[ nation, it is are given to rich farmers not to grow certain crops and
thought that all Negro&3'< are advocates of many states and cities offer tax breaks to companies which relocate -
black to their areas The same inducements could be offered
power. rf I HOROSCOPE GUIDE to firms which agree to hire and train the poor and which build
This' is not true, ,and wE" wonder why ,the I t In the ghetto

news media doesn' lglvenore'attention to Industry will have to do a lot more to hire Negroes. They will
this. Like the percentage' of hippies, riotsare Ij, 4t have to anandon some of the tests they use which are geared: for

carried on by a small number of agita- j t ,By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I II middle-class them with whites more and realistic which work standards against which Negroes will,measure and replace
tors and those itho dissatisfiedabout II
people are I the potential of a man to do the job.
living conditions$ in the ghettos and Some companies
reprot hiring anyone, no matter what their
slums. Certainly, then people have a rightto I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR: a 1 put record show. And result has been a motivated, compe'

be stirred up about,; living conditions tent work staff which surpassed their wildest dreams. VS.
is S Industry has spent a lot of time and energy to exclude Necroes
for lawlessnessand
but this no good; reason
A 55 from all but the most menial jobs It to time to spend
disorder. v at least u mcuh energy on recruiting hiring and
A large number of\Negroes\ are aware that BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I Negroes for all available jobs. training

,violence and hate solves nothing but that) I Many labor unions will have to stop dlsctlmlnatlng too.

the two races should come together In a 1 People are always shocked when I tell them that white drop>>
constructive effort to come grips with J---'----- ------------.--------iI out earn more than Negro high school graduates. That to because .
Negro often cannot get In to high paying crafts because
''thesa vital oblems. ,of discrimination.)
: ,;' LIBRA J CAPRICIRN
lUlU ,1"
We Jean' t meet hate with hate, but we. are ;1I 1, 2S
"
BORr1UE' //I BORN I
not 'So sure that the 'turntheei thercheek" BORN MARCH 't ', B RrFpf( ; : BEC.22ad .

the either. Perhaps we need a '' JAN. 19th
is answer 23rd 'OCT. 23rd
clearly defied middle course of action. 2U APRIL 19th md JULY 22.d Don't pass it by. Sometimes, ,The Urban League Story
,You at
ICs
party. are
The United States is net perfect ,because It's self-interest. Th.llgheryour Just when you have everything your opportunity knocks but once, ,
your best when yon can arrange but there can be occasions when Tbe Jacksonville 'Urban League hosted a one day conference
men who instigate figured out down, to the last !
it i$ run by imprefect official or other Important fo parties and sort of parties .
gay
it The forum
detail splits Itself Into IInral part. on low and moderate income housing.
and something unexpected
so I
prejudice, connections tot easier should
hate job and sort of play the role
dissatisfaction
that show In several well attended to terms of '.
parts was
to to start up
crops up cause you '
be for you to tap tfie source: of of cupid to bring people you
returns. While all over again. It may be the that show up inassortedgusset. from special groups, labor t
Se better way to resolve the Increased you like together. This may Involve This could be exactly what churches welfare agencies
must find a usually perter to use a direct same in your relationships and tel- you i
than those employed both and What much correspondence should watch for on the 9th. If realtors, developers\ and key
the people peopl near far represeDtatlollIl
I vital problems of,, approace, it seems advisable to phoning, but you usually are not
free let attendance In
and
art In.
you romance participated
in the past beat around the bust to get your they say or promise one day one to let such things stand In
Leos who are not can createa The format was I
they may deny the next.It all program
point across We live in a per you Tray On the other band,this
I' t\\ iod when top secrecy is para bolls down to the need of relying could place an additional bur muck better climes for lov with the following topics: I
more ODourselllnpre'lIInI lag cooperation. And should you A. The Role of the Urban League In Housing
mount The possibility of success den ou the budget which 1
Doctor With ;{ Humane Soul or failure depends greatly emergencies and taking life as It be groaning under the pressure may ,run Into u opening to buy or b. Implications of Slum Clearance (Workable Porgram)
on how weU this admonition come during its more tranquil that it is already sustaining, dispose of property, at a pro- c. Federally Sponsored Housing for law and moderate Income t
moments The fit, there is to reason why yon families.
is observed by u well u prospect.oUormine A roundabout I
you way maybe '
Very often we bavbeen, too critical of by others who collaborating an alliance, now or later may be found to achieve the should not start immediate negotiations. d. Technical Assistance to Nonprofit Sponsors of Housing
our medical doctors' but here and there aretome with you. Don't be a appear quite brilliant on the 4th/ same results painlessly the In the lives of some (Urban America). I Ie
dedicated men in the profession. prised when the call lJMrorfam1l Duty or abother factor over 4th. of ,ouDOIIe of these things will Low Rent Housing..Private Builders. I
of" developments, compelyou which you have no control could be of particular Interest at the Th group made some very definite decisions! about what we
Dr. Samuel Shorter "New York state and 1.60.22.19.28.32'SCORPIO t
to make sudden trips Mo- come between on the 8th. While moment But you can utillie should be doing to our City to change the housing patterns noi.
his, wife, have left behind a lucrative tlcations that come from the 6 80 -17.76.895 ,, your time fruitfully attending :This was done to the form of the following resolutions:. I
practice, often running as high as $30,000 heart are from more likely to LEO to your workaday d Iles. ''1. The Workable Program should be extended County-wide. 1

annually" to found a peace mission surring bring you lasting happiness than BORN OCT. 7-90-55-12-81-381' 2. The Mlnlmun Housing Code should be extended County-

a'hospital In New Mexico. those that are directed solelyby URN AQUARIUS ;wide Enforcement should be speeded up and allow for temporary .
The doctor, wife, and ten children moved amnlttous or material considerations. JULY 24th NOV. 22id and partial enforcement outside of project neighborhoods -
JAN to cases Involving the health and
out into that far but will be IIltcood7Tber.l8apoll1bWtJ URN safety of occupants.
country, they 23rd-AUG, 22.d''Tbe 3. The City should for
5 50 4416 64 506 of a change, whether it Is a apply participation In the Concentra
happy for it-knowing that they are helping, TAURUS young one ass, the letsvalue Jor or your living quarters The 20th FEB. 11th ted Code Enforcement Program (The Code Enforcement Pro-

somebody else. \ is placed"" ',on time. And qustlon that you will have to ICs home weex. Most every, gram enables neighborhood rehabilitation by making federal

At this hospital, Dry Bnorter treats every BARN APRIL .yeu B nesting and before ask yourself Is whether this body want to be close to home funds below available at no interest" to families whose Incomes are
the
know it far more lie minimum, and at 3% to families with
we years will and the Income above
one from Indians to a.local group of hippies be for the better u far u family around this time the minimum|
behind than ahead of It Is
The facility, part of a chain ofworld.wide'presbyterian'h MAY 20th us. the family and yourself ire con of year This II perfectly na 4. The City should
20th actively
when this moment arrives that cerned. Sould there be any doubt rural, and the nit should not encourage private developers and
operatesthe The of fate wort realise that of our non-profit sponsors to enter the law income
ways mysteriously we many on the matter, you had betterdo "be broken unless you are forced housing field.
only hospital for a.: (fifty-mile radiusin but surely, even vhen old dreams have never been a lot of thinking and investigating to do so by circumstances not 5. The Consolidate Government should create a position of ..
it is DOt to all of us to fulfilled through our fault dry Housing Coordinator who should be
Northern Meii given own before you have chosen of your own nuking. If you have responsible for advising -
New .: .
o understand. Whatever is going abd omissions. Leos who bell the Jacksonville Housing
Authority the
The a path from which there Is no kept on putting off the chores Mayor's Advisory -
Almighty is bounce; ) multiply the on in the lives of may Capri- eve that they can still acquire turning back Financial considerations that are essential to carry w Committee on Housing; Local Neighborhood Organiza
fruits of eomlans to enough to keep you skills education and most of all tions, Th Council, and the Mayor
. t this doctor, and may he 'thrive in will DO doubt play a the yuletid traditions you had ,on the problems and the pos
.the work to which'you cad t' worried and on tenterhooks.You success, should really get down big part in reaching your final better not lose aay more time sibilities public and private housing. '
'subscribe financially may not even be sure whether' to business without further de- conclusion well 6. We petition the Legislative Delegation for
as they should getting started.iscefel ideas, enabling legis
t, you have been harboring the lay And while it may be fun There is such a thing u setting in this connection, seem to be lidos for a local Urban Renewal Program
",>- right hopes or whether you of a sort to earn and lose moneyvltit T. la any program involving public funds
too and
hopes far beyond plentiful
up your high, unusually exciting building and re-
.J.
habilitation
\ even wish yo have them fulfil equanimity, do not forget the ability of your pocket- But they should be acted IBOB should use area skill and talent In the actual plan-
led. But for some of you who that the earnings become harder sing and construction
book to live tothem. at before
up once them
ShouldPay you forget
Nations
Foreign Debts To U.S. can tap your intuitional resources and harder to obtain with 8.30.66.13.24.125, entirely.84.0331061I58, I. The City should provide tax abatement for qualified low
the message should be loud the passage of the year, and the Income housing '

Because French Premiere ( if we can call and clear. losing easier and easier.These SAGITTARIUS The three things that came to light were highly significant from
1.4o n 1842 479fiEMINI 'are thoughts that should remain the League's vantage point
were (1) TIlt
him this) has been-rupningoff at the mouth Nor PISCES Code City should enter a
with of when take Enforcement
may PORN
you you Program to
salvage
some of the run down
'
recently in his
indirect citicisn of the stock area to our city ((2) the leasing
United States observers calledour '23rd DEC. 21st LOIN FEB.13th feline tool to housing program can be an ef.
some have 920771868134VIRGO. help low Income families find! temporary '
attention to the large debt owed us by BORN, MAY Take a bow. Tnt'dllUgent t .M1 21th, outing and (3)) nonprofit sponsors can receive technical mod fret
the 'ones who have reached a high assistance to develop and Implement
French housing
government.It 21st Jim projects locally
21st station in life through their Go places. Whether It Is lathe The Housing Forum, we hope, was the beginning of the kind
has been quite BORN AUG. of
some time since World
Respond energetically With own efforts can now take line of duty,or becausd you have, meetings we must have to get the facts to begin to
War. II, and ::we areoworideMng ,why; France has Jfars acting u a sort of propelling 23f SEPT. 22irf their bows. You seem to be u to accompany soaeont,the possibility -, housing problems.for low Income citizens, work on
not paid this defy) ;."B ''that as It may if force for the duration You may be starting toe mon- qualified to lead u you once of doing considerable
we could collect;;:)tb'ls: 'more than nine bil- of the month, you are not likely the undo r a misapprehension were to serve. But the competition traveling around Is rather outstanding THIS WEEK IN NEGRO
lion dollars we could, dispell poverty from to do anything haltn,. You regarding your health, methodsand will also set its traps for Love and marriage _HISTORY
will be rlghtout In front arranging employment. It is you making it essential to main may be the reason advanced by

our land. > for social events club Job to get at the root of your any tain vigilance, and to behave others for their ambulatory Dec. 10, 1105 WUUam L Garrison, abolitionist, was boro, U
The United stat... has helped foreign nat- Jolngs family reunions,, or related problems, u soon as In a way so u not to Invite pursuits. The best sews that editor and dedicated opponent of slavery, !he
ions long enough, ,and it is about time that whatever else you are convinced yon discover that this is what any criticism. Power can be can be received by anybody died to 1879.
they stand upon thflr qwh',two feet.' And we is essential for the true they are, with the purpose of vert heady and it must be wiltd that your loved ones will come Dec. 10, 1942 Mortgage burned for the Morris Memorial
urge the nation to mand an orderly observation of the yuletide. It solving them, the sooner the with restraint and dlicre- home for Christmas. Your financial building of the Sunday School Publishing board,
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I Chicken Wire, Ribbons, Buttons, Paper Doilies Play New RoleEnglish Toys And BedtimeEvery

Doilies, Make A Christmas Tree E c '"d : / wlitWrre youngster can talk have a twirl Ire-bed their time pap.. na party
with cuddy toys that or eyes specifically
It you're tired of blinking tights, tinsel and ornaments, you the Talking Patter Pillows and Cooglles made by Matel, Inc.
I I may want to make a Huffy Christmas tree gussied up with bows Ir1 i'e the world's largest toymaker. Five-year-old Zan Bell Is shown
I of red and white ribbon and bunches of blue bachelor buttons. 44. in the photo above with one of the four Coogliei (left) and one
The usual tree Is madeof papef terns'art small! : In scale, hence of the five Patter Pillows which are available this year where .
dollies, purchased from the variety the..Camero name. All patternsare ever toys are sold. The Googll-Kltty makes a meowing sound,
store, at 29 cents a Tlnyl-locatedforwashabUi-' : and their eyes twirl colorfully and wildly, when her tummy
package. The grmvork for the tyand.tIIe design spectrum is h4 Is squeezed or bugged. Puppy Patter, a sad blue puppy with ti
tree is chicken wire and a broom \carted--novelties. florals, da- 'purple ears signs such things as "Will you love me? when "
handle anchored In procelaln marks, brocades, ornamentals M 1, r t Its talking rings Is pulled No batteries are needed for either of
container filled with polished geometric, American prlvlnclals the huggable bedtime toys. All are durable, soft and nonal-ler-'
stones. scenic juveniles; glc. Other Googlles Isclude Goodll-Puppy, GoogU-Bunny and'
If you are fortunate enough to raised and ink embossed figured Coogll-Bear, whltle Tiling Patter Pillows not shown include J
have English furnishings, the textures. Choo Cboo Patter, Tugboat Patter, Dolly Patter, and Bunny.
effect will even be more de- The collection Is available at Patter, and Bunny Patter, In shapes Indicated by their names.
Ugt tful. flu Krtuss III, A.I.D. most wallcovering dealers
deseed! ttJs room setting using r
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by Edward Fields called
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The over-all effect is low \,
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keyed and easy to live with. homemaker likes to keep her '*
Unlted's Cameo Collectimn is cherished silver out where it [Kentucky.Find
be admired and used often.
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wallcovering accompanied mum etl'ortMra.a Mary Gaffney, inspired room setting by Paul Krauss m, Ai.D. of Old Virginia pattern in wedge blue, bright red armchairand I I
its own matching, coordinatedor director of the Hagerty Home uses paper dolly Christmas tree highlighted by red and white warm mahogany pieces combine for cozy scene. The I Ii:
correlated fabrlck exampe Care Institute/ South Rend, ribbons: and branches of blue bachelor buttons. Wall covering wall covering is from the Cameo Collection by the United i
or correlated facrlck sample. Inrt.,--suggests this easy plan; Wallrmner- -- CnmnanV. of Ch1euo.rr .- -
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This combination permits the smiths'Polish,a new formula .YOUR SENSATIONAL/ TASTE BUDSIf '
home decorator to choose wall I I I that contains a most effective!
coverings and fabrlcks In one tlSrnlh-preventing Injre- you say "he has no taste", you couldn't be more wrong-for SPICED WHOLE PEACHES AND SMALL WHOLE YAMS
dient. everybody has over 9,000 taste buds on their tonguel! The things ;
visit. .? 11 Ib. 14 os.8 peaches) t 1 lb. t ox. (appro*.4 CM) ourself
leave polish on for a minute. "really have a taste for" tell which of four per
There you may you your typesof for
are 75 fabric styles, SAW Spiced Whole Peaches can S A W Small Whole ;
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buff with clean soft
a taste buds are most sensitive-and the location of the buds are Whole Clcves ,
including antique satin, nubby cloth or, If you wish, rinse one of man's most important survival tenses! Bitterness is registered Yams drained
tweed, jacquard brcades, twill 1 Pi SIM dry. Either way, an invisible in the back of the tongue, since most poisonous substances are bit, Stick whole clove in each peach. Place peaches In saucepan; Only *3.' pi.
and screen printed matching barrier remains to ter this is the "final warning" before the last iwallow!The sweet buds add yams and heat; drain. Stuff center of crown roast with
fabrics on polished or galzed protect that against cause air-borne tarniahlnTo elements .- are located on the "front and center" part of the tongue, while the yam-peach mixture. Sprinkle with parsley sprigs
cottons. Prices of the fabrics ?'/ prolong the shine, dust( sour sensing buds line the sides in front. But. in spite of extreme GREEN BEANS NOEL
range from $3.85 to $4.10 per silver regularly with Silver- sensitivity did you know that blindfolded with your nose stopped I cans S & W vertical pack or B & W almonds, blanched
yard. smiths' Gloves. First use the up you couldn I tell a raw potato from a raw onion I Know why'' green beans and slivered
Most of the wall covering pat dark sides,which are Impregnated most people vole "yes" for a certain "taste" in toothpaste? A 1 can SAW pbnlento, diced, 15 PROOF Q 1965. ECHO SPitING DISTILLERY. LOUISVILLE KY.
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2% or 3 quart mold (or 10-inch tube pan); top with "remaining t flic of bread and top with a plain slice Cut with a crescent
Vt cup walnuts Bake at 350 degrees 40 minutes or till done when cookie cutter. Garnish with snippets of carrot, radish or parsley
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Fashions At A GlanceBy Discissiig News Service Tampan Accepts MIAMI NEWS College- StudentVIZCAYA I


L Lane Bryants Palatial former
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MATTIE SMITH COLIN 8. M.aml: Avenue. Admission. Speaks
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALFellow $1,000 Award

HISTORICAL MUSEUM o t
Media-gal, Lois Alexander (director, Halrem's In- Cody Fowler, chairman of the south nurlda-caribbeao According to recent news reports, the high school and col-
sltute of Fashion) may be tapped to head the Fashion Committee Mayor's Bl-Raclal Committee 2010 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami. lege campus Is increasingly becoming focus turmoil across
for New York's Negro Cultural Exposition,next October. and Reverend A. Leon Lowry, the nation.
chairman of its action arm, the MUSEUM OF SCIENCE At In some cases, as In Chicago the trouble Is lined to racial
asses r City of Tampa Commission of 5280 8. Miami Avenue, open conflict. In others, "peaceful" protests against the nation's
Community Relations acceptedthe through Saturday, J a.m. to 'military policies get out of band,and"paclhsls"are found to be
Attention male Xmas shoppers. need to frustrate-for the $1,000 Lane Bryant Group \9 p.m.; Sundays from 1 p.m. delivering their punches forcefully as anyone else.
girl who has everything Neiman Marcus has a GOLD SPUN Award on behalf of their organization Observatory atop museum open Almost always, the campus-linked turmoil Is "explained"
WIG, $35,000. at the Lane Bryant An- from 2 to 5 p.m.Sunday and 7:30 moralistlcally-whether pro or con
nual Awards luncheon held at to 10 p.m. Mondays.Free(films Civil rights leaders and political radical Interpret the outbreaks
..... and"Arcb.eoloclst of racial grievances righteous Indignation
The Plaza Hotel, New York City "Ancient Pustum" as expressions
I recently. Raphael Malsln, pre and How He Works" against the fact that this nation's armed forces are killing
A "fir?' for Andre Courreges: Long sleeves one dress. His sident of Lane Bryant, Inc., Saturday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m, people.
latest-a woolen dress that hugs the torso, flares out with one made the presentation before and Sunday at 2:30 and 3:30. Conservatives on the other hand, chide those Involved In the
front pleat of navy blue, white collar andcuffs, matching mid- audience of more than 350 educators disorders by passing Judgment on their moral character and
calf socks1! government officials PARKS questioning their motives.
and business leaders. The conservatives, however, forget that the UnitedStates long
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The Mayor's Bi-Racial Committee BAYFRONT PARK-Downtown history of racism cannot be overlooked as a factor In explaining
1 was formed In 1959,well Malml between Biscayne Bay the causes of racial outbreaks.And .
Spring with Bonnie Cashln Is an elegant evening dress, organdie before the historic Supreme and Biscayne Blvd., municipal this nation's military policies-like those of any other
black, dirndled under a "mochla" vest in black kid... Court decisions on civil rights, auditorium, bandsbell, public country-ere not so sacrosanct that they may not be questioned.
an American Indiana-looking coat In camel suede, gauntlet- by a group of men determined library, pleasure boat docks. .
cuffed-like coats of a soldier, Is hippie-fringed! to concretely improve the economic cape florlda state Park But much public disorder,submit,It not related to the moral-
educational and civic sourthern tip of Key Biscayne istic Issues of the day. Nor Is Just so much "bad behavior" to
a5.a opportuntles of Negro citizens CRANDON PARK Key Bls be condemned by the righteous.The .
I As a direct result, Tampa now cayne, across Rickenbacker rampage and turmoil are largely rooted In the very social
Very soft and young Is Ben Relgs' "Fun" dress white ostrich ATTRACTIVE MARLENE O'REILLY, director of newspaper enjoys Integration' in most Causeway. Ocean beach, picnic change which we count on for.our advancement.
flows over bands andiands of sparkling rhinestone, anda services for Lee Dale Associates, discusses publicity program areas, Including public fact- facilities,cabanas,kiddle rides, Rapid shifts In economic standing and moral standards have
small Jacket of feathers is sleeveless! for the The Dells with Verne Allison, spokesman for the ----- too, miniature railroad,minia- played havoc with the stability and order all of us need for disciplined -
Chess recording artists. In addition to extensive exposureIn ture golf, outdoor roller rink. living.
...... printed media Mis s O Reilly is coordinating with account everglades national The authority of the family.-almost nonexistent to start with,
executive Norma Terry, radio and television appearancesfor PARK Entrance west of in many cases-has been further exoded by contact with the Impersonal -
Chester Weinberg Joins the Romatlclsts In his Spring collection the popular five singers The Dells whose latest release Florida City, 40 miles south of anonymous city.
of high-rising dresses and suits of soft black gabardine "Oooo, I Love You" has been rated a smash hit, is Miami. Naminal fee. The result, for many young people, both black and white, has
His shapes are soft and easy.On slat and pepper tweed, Weln managed by Galaxy Artist Management, Inc., and they have FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GAR- been an upbringing lacking In personal discipline and respectfor
berg puts a youthful white collar. In what apparently Is his fav- toured with such greats as the late Dinah Washington and DEN 10901 Old Cutler Rd., constituted authority.
vorlte color combinationorange, aqua and grelge), he does a popular Ray Charles. The Dells are scheduled to tape a Coral Gables Palms and other And an American culture, who beckoning call Is to "flout the
whole group, using a power plaid from Agnonal! television show in Cleveland, "Upbeat," now syndicated la tropical plants.GREYNOLDS. rules," only confirms the human chaos.
about 35 national markets. Photo By Dale Associates PARKW.DixieHwy.

, area ., 172.186th Sts. picnic

a areas, rowboats and paddle- Jackie Robinson Will Take
Lenses on Spring Tropl-cal) Rectangular Sun Glasses, are boats, fishing for children. Regulation
coated so that the wearer's eyes and make-up can be seen WORLD OF BOOKS nine-hole golf course.
through the glass. Som also have bubbled out shaping that will homestead bayfront Part In Miami Golf Teeing
not collide with long lashes, in oversized circles or giant PARK-On Biscayne Bay southof
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squares. Miami, about 10 miles east
BLACK MASS REVOLT, Published by HEWS LETTERS of Homestead. MIAMI, Fla/ The 1968 North-South Golf Tournament will be
COMMITTEE, Detroit, 22 pages, $,35 JAPANESE GARDEN -Watson played Feb. 13-17 at the City of Miami Country' Club In Miami
'1 "...What emerges from jay! actual.struggles of the Negro is a CODY FOWLER .Park) MacArthur Causeway. Springs.
: iitti search for a total philosophy change society from the bottom. lities (parks, pools beaches), MATHESON HAMMOCK This torunament attracts tournament Include CharlleSlftord -
p aomdleei.a11 pnyfljiiiiiii IS.1SDOWU The leaders, sell-styled and otherwise, who presume to speak private establishments(motels, PARK On Biscayne Bay off and amateurs fro professionals m Joe Em, Lee Edler, Ben
AUTO 1NSUR.ANCE SERVICE for the Negro, small-change It into a slogan..." theatres, restaurants), h o .- Old Cutler RdT, south 61 Coconut all over the United States aw!I I. Yasko, Peter Brown and Clifford -
SHELL'S CITY: (...* t**). "The simple truth is !that It is the government national, pltals and schools. In addition, Grove. Lagoon-type atoll the Bahamas.! Brown, all members of the
H.V. 7th AYe!. a 3l.h ST state, city and farm; the police, Vie prisons, and the courts the Committee has organized beach, wading beach; fishing PGA; Althea Gibson and Renee
fl, |*j sMJil'l.lffrlgmjJohnnie : : and not the outside agitators, which breed racism and evoke Integrated pre-school training, picnicking nature trails, marina powell now of LPGA: George
the wrath of the people. Outside of this reality, and the unvarying special programs to train high free launching ramp, bait Skomsky, James Walter, J.r,
tale of police brutality, the greatest breeder of racism Is school graduates to find and hold and tackle shop and bicycle Jim McCoy, Nathaniel Starks,

Congress, rushing headlong into multiple investigations, not of Jobs and created imaginative rentals.IBEACHGARDENCEN : Bob Shave, Jr., Willie Brown,
the clrminal system which produced racism, but of its programs for both government Sam Harvey. Ted Rhodes, Alfred
I Ann's victims.." and Industry to enable them to TER AND CONSERVATORY Blair and Zeke Hutsfield.'
"It t will not do to speak of a philosophy of history as If that initiate eaual employment pol 20 Garden Center Drive (north Former heavyweight
....Is nothing more than the evacuating motion of the intellec icies. of Convention Hall), Miami Joe Louis and champion
time
tual's masses struggling for total freedom and the whole world Beach Exhibition of tropical Brooklyn ODe -
Center is its stage, it can neither answer the urgency of our life and plants. Robinson Dodger great, Jackie
Shopping are annual
_- times, nor bear the seeds of the future forward movement of REDLAND FRUIT AND SPICE pants. partici
humanity" PARK IS miles south of Miami -
These are random excerpts from "Slack Mass Revolt," the Harry Belafoate near Homestead.Intersec Headquarters for 1968 win be
latest issue of a pamphlet produced 10 times a year by a work tion of Coconut Palm Dr. (SW 'announced within the next few
ers' organization In Detroit. The or organization described as 24th Si)) and Redland Rd. (SW weeks, and applications are befog
a unique combination of worker and intellectual, in thought and Will Perform 187th Avenue). .. mailed to the many players
2994 'N W. : 46th St. action. It is ad Interracial organization,and has a Negro as editor LUMMUS PARK Miami The exciting 1967 tonmament wha Dave parkk lpated In pn.
of the pamphlet. At Statler Beach, on the ocean from sixth found a four-way tie alter 18 rims years.
The pamphlet uses Detroit's riots of last summer as a basis to to 14th Sts.VENETIAN. holes of play.Playing Other Interested persons
comment on topics like "Law and Order from the Barrel of a POOL -2701 De- of Miami Official should send entry fees to Ernest
as City
Groceries.Meats-Vegetables Gun." "Who Speaks for the Masses," "A New Stage of Race Beginning as the Christmas Soto Blvd., Coral Gables. Unusual guests were Mayor Step- Hayes, financial secretary,
Consciousness. Class Awareness, and Where to Now?" holidays roll around and continuing pool with coral rock: ben Clark M.L. Reese 5601 NW 18th Avenue, Miami I
P. city
of the
Through these topics, the pamphlet points totheproblema and into April, many formations, man-made beach, manager; and Lew Price, director Florida, 33142. Fee for ama-
Inequities in the Negro struggle,and suggests philosophies, best performers serious music dressing rooms and concession publicity and tourism. beer women Is 321,amateur men
new courses of action, and new alignments of the poor and suffering popular music, comedy and gland. Some of who have played In the $23.and pro, 330.
will! be before the footlights
BEER I WINE TO 60 masses of all races and nationalities.The song and the THOMPSON PARK-CampingIn ----
masses, it contends, must be heard, considered, and Included In eight clubs the Everglades Krome Ave.,
in the making of a new society, starting by tearing cap- municipal auditorium. at Florida State Road 27, some f'HO/U 011 I..... /hope ox tour"A
italism out by the roots. IS miles northwest of Miami.
Miami Beach Associated hotels UVM..vw.RANGE Pen TM. UVIN "
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. Free Delivery Phone / Throughout the pamphlet, there is a constant reference to the leads off its Cavalcade of VIRGINIA BEACH Rlcnen-
brotherhoos of workers, black and white, especially in the Detroit Stars Dec. 26 Diana Ross and backer Causeway at Bear Cut. FUNERAL HOME
area. It slao suggest that automation be done away with and entertainment Beach, refreshment center,
in
the Supremes an
w..rr.rs> the course of history turned over to the workers.Beach lineup for guests that will train ride, amusements. 787 N W. 7TH AVENUE
HAULOVER BEACH Route M ATMAUK NANOB'
NATSIC." Rums
634.915&I continue through mid-April AlA (10800( Collins Ave) Fish Ow.. Bu.. MANA....
Other names in this program Include .uaa... DI"aOT..aeo ...UM.CAMq.p.
Sonny and Cher, Billy log and recreation pier, marina 10

I ShortsMIAMI I Daniels, Theodore Bikel, Oof- restaurant.

don MacRae, Vivienne Della Your beautician
Chiesa, Michael Rabin and Ho- Counselor professional
\ ward Keel. knows the answer. .
BEACH FLA. Western MIAMI BEACH FLA theri
On February S Robert Merrill
Union expecrs to send million was an exotic touch to early launches the mid-season Cavalcade -
words from Miami Beach during' fly fishing in Florida,according round-up follow by
the Republican National conto a book published In 1878. Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt, ,
r I Y vention In August This press The author reproted two/of his Sam Leveson, John Raitt, Me-
will be in aooiuon tu
r coverage most successful lures were one nasha Skulnik Saverlo Sarldis,
regular wires operated by the tied with white Ibis and whip
Joel
Dick Shawn, Grey, Johnny M.
Associated Press,United Press will feathers other
poor the I ICohen.
Carson, Ento Stuart Myron
International and other national tn egret and pink curfew com
and vices.international news ser rlnatioo Fields.. and Billy the Daniels Barry,Sisters Totle I Why does some hairbreakoffwhencombing

In the Deauvllle club room will
be such stars as Sammy Davis ?
Jack Carter and Allis (a.
.iLrT ,..aIfbtlk sill, Phinis Diller, The Temptations .
The Grand Of
Announcing Opening
adD Wayne Newton. Your hair is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see

nliaakC in Harry Belfonta opens the Sta It break off for any reason Scientists tell us that excessive use
M dune JJall4Wigs tler Hilton, followed by such of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often
names as Frank Gorshln, the are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage But
Wiglets & WIG: FASHIONS Barry Sisters, Buddy Greco' hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks
tic { Bill Dana, Connie FrancesNlp- I If'1 off In everyday combing Notice how Irritated your scalp becomes
No Honey ,RusseU and Jack; Benny when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician floes?
Switches & In theXarUlonhotleclubrooml _U___ Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and
the revue-styie a] previous seasons I tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing
will be continued with Ronald Dr. ROBERT BELL Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to
Down M.25 Per Week
Field presenting "A Mod MINNEAPOLIS MIn .-Dr. the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed
." Mod Whirl" Robert Ben has been appointed softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break-
corporate economist for the age on all human' hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely
Pillsbury Company.He on Clairol Halr- -New spray-on creme rinse. For combing
"Wile,,, service !begins; and never ends" li III ff.T. rut completed his graduate ease and for beautifying your hair In many other ways, trained
studies at Cornell University beauticians stock complete family of fine Clairol products for
Three location to jerve you: ., a ,; DtiartRtit Start BUY U.S. and was associate professor of your specific needs.

{ S E. taster SAYING BONDS economics and statistics at Howard Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care

Mi..! Opo.lotto p.nu. ftri Flori.a"'bia Pillsbury University In 196S prior u to a Joining senior and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems,
beautician knows
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economist In tIne: planning
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I "Race And Poverty Problems Must Be Solved First., Says Rights. Commission I

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: WASHINGTON, D.C/-The problems of and poverty cannot l R i1f ,
I be reaolved unless their solutions are made the Nation's I1 $ fa I rr In England Pharmacists II
-first prlority P. the UJS.Commlsslon on Civil Rights has openedIn According to Your

a report, A Time To Listen ruled that remedies for the NEW YORK-Mlss Dorothy I. Doctor's Orders we1
,.A Time to Act, the Commission discrimination suffered By the Hleght, National President of Use Only The Best
concles that the problems millions of Americans who live the National Council of Negro 'Quality Drugs i.1
of America's cities and in alum ghettos should be deferred Women, left today via Pan American .J |.. C. E. BLACK Proprietor
the people who live In them on the ground that to Airlines, to attend an
.will not be resolved by a sear do otherwise would be to reward : Anglo-American Conference on i Registered Pharmacists To serve You
ch for culprits or conspiratoror violence Violators of the j'I Problems of Minority Integration .----------A COMPLETE LINE OP------------.
for solutions which are not law must be punished. But it to be held atDltchley Park, Cosmetics Rubber ,Goods Candies Sun.
costly in terms of money and would be a cruel paradox if near Oxford, England December dries
effort. after years of falling to reward 14.
Referring to the incidents of patience or redress InJustice I The conference, to attended PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
racial violence experienced we were to use such by fifteen American leaders and
by numerous communities this violations by a few as an excuse an equal number of British is Lilly's Drug Store
year, the commislon concludes for continued Inaction on I ,sponsored bl'the Dltchley
: "Nor can it be Justly ar- the problems which affect so Foundation 1307 Kinu Road 353-127
many and invloved us all" : The conference will considerand

Roy Wilkins According to the Commlsloif compare practical pro- I
report the racial disorders of blems of the Integration of [
recent months and the Increasing racial minorities In the United SEAFOOD CENTER
Will Address alienation fo minority "" '.' .... -:: 1 AJ State and Britain. Special con.
groups should be viewed"in the slderatlon will be given to problems I 144 M. MYRTLE AVE. PH. EL 4.1461

Shaw context of great frustrations, Johnny Carson, In his sixth year as host of NBC's "Tonight Show", is shown in deep dls- of local concentrationand
Meeting fo laws and programs which usston with Dr. Allan H. Bush Executive Director of Opportunity Development Corporation dispersal urban and suburban This Week's Trio
(1 RALEIGH, N.C.-Dr.lames E. promise but do not deliver, of Mr. Carson has cut broadcast spots to focus attention on ODC's Project Jet, ingenious areas where minority Leading
continued deprivation discrimination plan which provides jobs, education and training for beads-of-households concentration Is already high
Cheek president of Shaw University who have difficulties I (For The Points Not Krrnriwg PMIrr)
has announced the acceptance and prejudice" in a in obtaining employment because of lack of skills or education. and In fringe areas where It is
by sixwell-khownmen society which is beoomelng in growing or may grow. Education SPANISH MACKEREL

to address sessions of the 1967- creasingly prosperous. Chicago New York Newark housing and community development SHEEP HEAD 39c
1961 Public Affairs Forum. All The Commission says that the Ebony Mug as well as the efforts
of the speakers will be beard general public shoud understandthat of private Institutions will receive Large Channel Bass
at 11.30 a.m. In Spaulding Gym the urban riots destructive May Be Areas For New Discord particular attention.
nasium. public should understandthat Says Negro Will The Dltchley Foundation wagfounded I uixrt MOM MonroiKFRESH "

Wiley A. Branton. Special Assistant the urban riots, destructive CHICAGO: ..contentious young people In three cities tie. to encourage communication I FLOUNDER t. 49c
to the Attorney General mainly to people manifestations producing a "long hot autumn" that threathens to spill over Increase and discussion between
United Slates Department of fo feelings of anger cold-blooded winter of discontent Money English speaking peoplesof ',,!U'NI'LOII..
Justice, Washington D.C. will- and despair. Three: schools exploded in violence in the Windy Clty.whlle the world on subjects of Interest I LOBSTERS Lb. $1.10
cmCAC ONplNerro
be the first orator, on Friday "Reacting to continued reject. school violence simmered in the City of Brotherly love, and : should in purchasing unu, to their countries TWIN .PlOALLOCAL
December LOn ion and to doors which do not interracial flghtlnh broke out in Newark's largest high school. power to CAUGHT WHITING .
Friday, January 12, 196S, open even after years of patient according Ebony magazine Meharry Receives LARGE ROE MULLET . LI. J5<
Interracial fighting broke out In Philadelphia, the Board of publisher, John Johnson.
waiting increasing numbers
P. .Malboeuf, manager, Indus of Negro citlxens are rejecting In the Waller lunchroom. Later: Education obtained an Injunction This would give every black FRESH STEAK FISH . LB. I9e
trial Relations Office,Ford Mo- white America the students riding in cars, fired against black power activities person in the nation an average 700,000 Grant
tor Comapny, Ypsllant Michigan LIVING' CLAW "'''. II IT
Commission states. "The failure on policeman. Store windows it blames for classroom purchasing power of $2,000. FANCY 00
NASHVILLENPOMeharry
Roy, will Williams be the,keynoter.Executive Director of State, local and Federal were smased. violence and the threat of a Negroes constitute 28 percent Medical college has been given CRABS :DOI,'S'1.| WM WNITE MlAT .$,,'m"
schoo of the overall In 73
to The disturbance at Englewood boycottThe population
governments respond to the a $700,000 grant designed to
the Advancement, National Association of Colored for efforts of moderate Negro lead- high school was set off by charges injunction was obtained oi the country's largest cities enable students to earn mu.ter' YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER .-. . .Lb. 69c
that after black and white students the publisher said I
a history teacher was
ers is causing increasing numbers degrees In biochemistry, ,
People, New York City,will appear of Negroes to despair of transferred because he was advocating fought It out at South Philadelphia As the average black city- physiology, and microbiology.The SPECKLED TROUT' .'. . .Lb. SOc
as the third speaker on School and dweller is than his
moderate methods and of "black power" inthe High a police younger
Monday, January 22. mo- classroom. car was showered with bottoles, white counterpart, he spends Commonwealth Fund, SMALL CHANNEL BASS . Lb. 49c
derate and to favor
leadership which announced the grant said
William B.Walker, Vice President Acclrdrr: to DlstrlctSuperin- bricks and dishes at Thomas more of his income on goods
Corporated Personnel a separatist course. tendent Michael R. Fortlno A.Edlson high school. and services, Johnson added. "Meharrys planned new effortIn CATFISH ..,' . .Lb. 6Ss
Emerging from the testimony the basic sciences has a direct
Rochester Department, Xerox New York Corporation, will, at the hearings and public meet- Oven from the Lawson was dismissed' struck Sporadic at several disturbances also '"complete The publisher called of for a bearing on the Imperativeneed I :W:r;:lyu SHRIMP DEYEINER .. $1.49 (Ea.
school after"trying to predominantly revamping marketing
Commission
Ings the reports to
provide greatly Improved
speak on Monday, March 25 :
black school.Meanwhile and
make a Negro culture course high advertising strategy
out INUINI TANOV APALACHICOLA
"Is
points a picture of health opportunity to the na.tion'
... Kenneth L.Melnen, Vice Pre ghetoos life which affords pos- out of a modern history Newark again became In the neglected Negro market. low Income families. SHELL OSYTERS au 5.50
sident of Personnel American
"
sibel course. associated with racial He did not specify what changes unor MAYreir CAUOHT
c Airlines, will address the University answers asked by question white affords sometimes The result at first was violence as interracial fighting might be made, although he WHITE SHRIMP i. '1.30

p' community on Friday ''.l1e. asked by white people or peaceful picketing of the school broke out at Barringer high bated that the American market H
April 19. do they and a partly successful boycott. school. Is racially segregated. I
;: The final speaker will be John ;n !lority groops--What 1'heothe. -
di' B.Turbldy. Vice president Ce ;!t :.7 Why, don't they work? protest 'became .. 68 CORONET 4 DOOR .. .$1795 Does
; W can't they,like earjy 1m- violent, as about 450 young .1. Coca-Cola :1.,
lanseCorporatlpii Negta Yorkfila" people burledsoftQrtnk\ bot _
:..grant groabs.tutlpiy better .
,, City,who! will appear on Friday their conditions and move out ties at policeman and smashed oo E6r110DDGElAr POLARAp.f..5 "i 5
/ RIM, AIR COND"6S
May 3. I "
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.1.' effort of slum/''areas,through personal windows Classes at theall-blackschool I OWS'DtLTA'88 .. ... .. . .$2595 have the taste
AIR CONDITION!0 IT'I SUPER CHAN,
%M Gary's Mayor The Commission observes were dismissed. Acting Police 65 PLYMOUTlt FURY III V8 .. .$1795
Its report that "It would be Commander Richard Uonhood AUTOMATIC THANI. own ITIMINO ItH. AH CONDI'.
.t. reassuring to conlcude that the was showered with glass while TIONiD. never fired of?
67 CAMARO va $2595 you get
Says PoliticsIs situation of Negroes in the at the school. .
slums is not dlslmllar to that More than 229 persons were AIRCONOITION AUTOMATIC TRANS, POWER ITIMIN9' RIM,

of past generations of America arrested during the three Chicago 66 BUICK RIVIERA . $3195LOADED
Odd SubJect n immigrants who lived in school outbreaks. WITH EQUIPMENT, AIR CONDITIONED.

HOLLYWOOD ((NPIMI e g r o ghettos but were able to leave. Dallas 64 VOLKSWAGEN 9. .$1295T Is it
Negro ?
public officials should be accorded Negroes are nor recent Immigrants T. WAAON PI LUXf. THIS 'IA ONI OWNER AND JUlY always refreshing
:.) the right to fall as well to out shore, but are i
American s of long standing. 66 BUICK 225 ELECT$2995
as to succeed,according to newly May Run For
'r elected Gary Mayor Richard The legacy slavery continues f DOOR COUPE. LOADED AND LIKE NfW
G.Hatcher. in the form of racial It..rreptlond1scrlmlnaUon 66 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE $2795

": People see m to expect black and GovernorshipDALLASNPIHlev. t DOOR MTOP LOADin WITH EQUIPMENT, AIR' CONDITION Do things better
office holders to be infallible prejudice. 65 MUSTANG V8 $1295 go
(; Escape fromthe ghetto for any Ira B.
be said. "We have to meet stan HQOR iHirr' RADIO 4 HEATER
.: dards and criteria not expected qroup is much more difficultIn Loud, pastor, St. Paul Metho- 995
64 FORD fL500 $
of others. the America of the 1960 dist church is being mentioned .' with Cokett.
J "Until we can say a Negro not that it was one or two generations through the state office in the t DOOR VI RADIO 4 MIATER IMAM >UH......
I only has the right tosucceedbut ago. Society bad become 196S elections. 63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT r. $ 795 K
,,0';.. the right to fall, we have not more complex and unskilled A man of high calibre,who has I DOOR M-TOP, AUTOMATIC. RADIO AND HEATER after
reached political racial maturi employment or small business 1\0'particular ties with any 57 CHEY. .$ 9S 511 CHEV.$195 Coke afterCoke?

ty. enterprises no longer are factional politics, he is known OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM --. "r l
"Cast in the uncomfortable meaningful first steps up the as the "Lone Wolf' when it
role of 'symbol of our people,* ladder. These factors have been come to political Intlative.
officials such as Cleveland Ma- translated Into barriers far In 1962 when all Negroes were R. S.EVANS3rd
Carl Stokes and I must be more formidable that those who either backing Connally Don Ask dancer. C"men deLtvallade/ .L"her tell you about Colt In bot/lei./ gasses or Quick-chilllnttins.
yor .Write Miss Carmen deLtvilladt.'.o.Bon ,
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able to deliver on our pledgesto are faced with Irish, the Ita Yarborough or Price Danielsfor RadioCitvStHio* New York N 10019
rebuild our cities. Italians, the Poles or the Jewsin governor in the primaries & MAINEL
"Our every move will be examined this country." he struck with former Attorney
microscopically," the According to the Commission Gen Wilson Wilson has since ,
Gary mayor asserted adding; report, "What Is not visibleto turned Republican and is being 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:JO P.M. EL 4582 ,, .. I
"We would DOt fear this, but the eye and what apparentlyis mentioned u a possible gubernatorial 1 t
not generally understood lathe governor next year I ,
welcome it. 'O ...
feeling of many ghetto residents Th t indications in political NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENTfeaturing ? I ,,- '.\'

New Family Of that they live in a trap circles as of now are that most 4of t .
from which they cannot escape the qualified Negro politicians .
and which is characterized by of the state have ties U-

"furstratlon, despair, andlIopeleslll8l. that would keep them from en- t'' E ? Public LeadersTo .." terlnr the nice for governoror blue
"Unserlylng these private and other high state positions.
HonoredWashington public actions have.been attitudes Many feel that Rev Loud is rw4qk _
Be' within the white majority the logical man, and Is being WHITE i rI' If ;1
urged to enter the for
D.C- Jackson attitudes based on fear, on racial race governor 7 'Isi'1
<< or some other
and on a desire high '
prejudice,
officials
family
ville's new of public state position _
will be honored in the for status. at the organ

first public appearance at the. f- X

Community Betterment semiV With His Comb fit 1J1
oar to be held in Jacksonville, ,
Florida oa Friday December I.W. HARPERThe .
8, according to United States I

** Representatives Bennet said, "and we win le Pus ARROiiciifl Our Now I s4 ;K 4r

SI flay recornIthe newly elected fy Bourbon + '
''* officers of the nation's new1 Price Policy 1. d 0

,it est and most dynamic city. enjoyed in ,n. ..,, -.. w v-.w .......r.w.wr.....w.r,a .. ....,w..r..
I.{, "Mayor Hans G. Tinnier, Jr.

will make the opening remarks 110 countries! Cocktails 48t ft \
'.- at the Community Betterment Sac You know it. It's your best

J"*. Seminar and be honored alone
.? with the other 12 new officials During Cocktail Hour
ci of the consolidate City of Jack- 2. 05 400 refreshment
L'I somriUe." pf. buy! ;

fc 1leaDett. who1 sponsored a six : 6:3O To 9:30 pjn. ... r ,
Vl I to miiar conference last:year,said p.m. 4-. ..
30 the Seminar would featuret cisI

speeches and discussion per- 45 /" .
xt lads led by high level federal 7'5 DON'T MISS OUR MONDAY NIGHT PACTY .
officials from the National Cen- .,'01. ; 1.1 .'

t-it ter Housing for Air Assistance Pollution Administrailer Control-,' JO IIIY Wheeler, Chief Of Service I ;.,
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Education, an 4 welfare Deportment .
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r BCC Will Get '700,000 Democrats Get Warnings

EDUCATION ROUNDUP ___ _
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11 BY NEGRO PRESS>> INTERNATIONALAGAIN About Fairplay And Bias


[ EDWARDS Miss.-Tbe board of the Southern Conference Ed-
l ucational Fund CSCEF) bu voted to support tile Mississippi!
MTWOOD EL-(NPI-ProvIso! High School has been hit : Freedom Democratic Party (MEDP) In its efforts to win seats I
again by racial trouble only weeks after a truce was worked : I I at the Democratic National Convention in 1968.
out. Seventeen students most 'of them Negro were injuredin i: Leaders of the MFDP attended Politics (NCNP). SCEP affirmed
fights with police and school security officers In the latest the semi-annual meeting of Its opposition to the war In
outbreak. Violence and a scbool boycott had erupted after no A SCEF, an Interracial civil- Vietnam and clrtfclsed government -
Negro was named to the school's homecoming court. Another 'T S 1 yj t jlghts group based in Louisville officials Tor changing tile
boycott was being considered by NAACP officials, Ky. The board said draft status of young men who
test flunks "We wish to remind the national protest against the war.
NEW YORK-(NPI-A test measuring students' racial attitudes Democratic Parry that it
has been canceled by the Board of Education after is under obligation, by action of
it was charged that the exam was aggravating Intergroup its convention in 1964, to insure Nat Turner Is
prejudices. In the test, students were asked to indicate Library'n that the delegations to its
wbether the vllllan of a story was "Negro white or Spanish- 1968 convention are truly representative -
speaking" The exam-called an "ethnic distance ,cale"- of all of the people) Immortalized In
left no room for the possibility that a school child might of their respective states.If the
not consider any of these categories as "villain." Democratic Party plans to live New Best SellerWINSTON
coto its pledge it must recognize -'
BLACK EYEWAUKEGAN the right t of the MFDP SALEM N.C.-ACa-
HI.-(NP1)-This city, first made famous as delegation.. relations expert
Jack Benny's birthplace and later as the home town of Mrs SCEF also demanded an end lifornia has written race the season's second
Patrick Nugent husband now has a less honorable claimto to "racist bombings" in Mississippi novel based on the
recognition. Its high schools were closed by racial turmoil and "to the new witch major made Nat Turner
which started when fighting broke out In the hallways and bunts that are rising in this confession by
who hanged
restrooms of Waukegan High School's east and west branches country" the Negro slave was
for leading and uprising against
Special note was made of the till white oeoole Southampton
DANGER SEEN bombing of a synagogue and the
County., Virginia In 1831.
opposition was registeredagainst
ALBANY N.YNPI-Strong homes of
liberals
in Jackson The
book is entitled"OP Prophet
the new constitution for the State of New and other
parts of
branches :: Mississippi
NAACP Nat. Its author is Daniel
of
some delegates, representing 12 chapters in recent weeks "These things
last week. Panger, who is supervising consultant
within the state meeting in 31st annual convention are not making headlines in our for the Fair employment
country." the SCEF board de- Practice Commission In Nor-
clared. is no national thern California. Panger, who
outcry against them lives in San Francisco hs been
10W COST1Fice "Instead the headlines about with the FEPC since that program
the South are being given to the was begun several years
McClellan Committee's distorted Before that he was deputy -
ago
Lifting Of. Your Home Interpretation of the clashes probation ttflcer In Los

1e t ) between black people) and police Angeles County, Call In these
"TOOK NOME IS OUR CONCERN" C In Houston" Nashville and capacities he has dealt with a
other titles
wide range of problems faced
The board declared that Sen. by minority groups and blsno-
Hoof 'Carports, 'Porches John McClellan's investigation reflects a sympathetic Insight -
j _... ver
.3JbJ. y MIf ..-
of uprisings in UJS.cities Is becoming into these problems."OP .
Dens And General Room From left to right Dr. Gut Lyle Director of Libraries at Attending the meeting are Martha M. Berhel. Head Librarian, like those of the House Prophet Nat" was published -
Emory University Atlanta Georgia and visiting Consultant Bethune-Cookman College J. Fletcher (standing), and William Un-American Activities Com- by John Blair, Publisher
Additions Are Our Specialties is the Building Program Committee at Bethune-Cookman Cojlege, R. Gomon of Gomon and Assoclate*($hoWD looking on), Dr. mittee (HUAC) and the Senate of Winston Salem. It is a relatively -
shown
discussing plans and architectual drawings of a Rlchatd V. Moore President, Bethune-Cookman College sail Internal Security Subcommittee short book, 159 pages
$700,000 jibrary to be built at Bethune-Cookman College on. the construction wan oegin in the very near future. ) by Sen. Jame,. long Its. Jacket Illustration is
We Will Finance Up To land acquired through the recent Urban Development Program. Eastlandheaded MIssissippi The based on old drawing of Nat

board noted that HUAC and Turner by 'an unknown artist.:
7 YearsCALL Mississippi's NAACP, Demands Civic Uplift SISS seek to find scapegoats to I
blame for problems Instead of
JACKSON Miss.VlRorously the National: Association for the ion on behalf of the state's poor. Education and Welfare; Orville looking for tile real cause and
398-5987 protesting tbe "alarmingspeed" Advancement of Colored Peoplehas people.In L. Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture cures.It Help FI. tCaReer
of action to declare
Sea-
complained to President telegrams dispatched Nov ; and William M. was especially critical of
Capitol Construction Co. north Mississippi "a disaster Johnson and other Federal officials 20 to the President Senator born Assistant to the Secretayof Eastland's announced plan to
area in order to get help to, about the failure of the James 0. Eastland; John W. Agriculture NAACP leaders' investigate the MFDP and the
Mississippi cotton planters" Government, to take similar act- Gardner Secretary of Health CONTINUED ON PAGE IS National Conference for New
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The 40-year-old Negro entertainer said It wu his wife's suggestion Ifl! SAVE 178.35
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"We had a long conversation about our difficulties before rv",

Davis May reached the conclusion that we should try a separation," I ( [I : : ?
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regard to the FrankSinatra-MJa Farrow break-up Wednesday u .. .
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"Ridiculous." t Meldid Pintle Out Cover rer
Operttei on Bottorlei or on RetuterMputehold sun TurnteoloFomowiIUFeur3WoyU' !
Sinatra was best man at tile couples'wedding November 13,1960at Currant with Opt onolAC PpItCIIASit'

Davis home. Among the guests were Peter Lawford and Pat i rmhbutton Adopter Contrail Record/Pity, |e'Ti > S..... .,Syttemt $PECJAi
Kennedy sister-of the late president since divorced. Hop/ Rewind EaOh.n4'r Handel's 1
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than a Miss Britt 30 married to Edwin Hermtn tchorchun eondiKtlnt theVlennor
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Ky.-A group called the Black Students of Cere i 4927.10111 l tt! SALE.N '

College nave charged that the college is not living up to its long ;. Model RK-77 Solid State CordJtss J t .
reputation u a champion of racial justice.These .
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students have organized "Whenever a white Berea student .TnnMlnrlimp Complete System 4
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to bring changes which they say can say and believe that oi AC w,Ik Opt nut AC MiitifCemflitl
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the momentum of the black ,... '
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fit reality. They recently pub- movement is 'communist- wu die, Ijtimit; 40in+wN TIN i ,| petcN eent, 1
lished a half-page article lathe Inspired', we are no longer con- c..e.n.Crtlka. .. '=' lomptyrum-uprael.. ,.....-. Save SS.00
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college newspaper, THE PINNACLE tent. We no longer intend to remain k -:1:::. Cot..t. 89.95 JIWSWXMUfiyitt + '
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making silent when racist dorm M4l Aiwn.CaIMtt..leMrdi ml rim w. M Stirae 20 Solid.State 139TekeiuptorRMl l "rr''' ",.II 1a NK|
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claim to be looking for "quali Jr., president of the college at Track Tape Recorder tlo Dust Cevtf :4 Lea.Track altel.funs gyp.or Monoural v 'M..."Record end Playback .e..... .e.......e. .. .... .
fied" but that this is a Twe Lsfayitte Mlnuttti II Speaker :
Negroes his home.They said be told them Pu.h-button Operation I
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Footballers Simpson Key, Liggons, Named By Look As All AmericansAstro v.


Bees Reduce Orange Perks To 0

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TIle Astro Gents, a men'i club, sponsors) several groups of
athletic Importance. One is the Astro Bees, a football team.
Above are two sparkling scenes Ton a recent battle. In one
picture Reese White, No. 11 is the quarterback for the Bees,.
and is making a 40 yard pass play. Scoring the touchdowns
for the safety Is No. 31 Gary Nlcbo1 on. The blocked punt forth
BERKLINE safety was executed by Eddie L.Walker.abc. !Charles Alber-.
THE WORLD FAMOUS tie, The Astro Bees scored 8.The Orange Perks scored nothingThe
play that set up the touchdown was a 10 yard pus from
Reese White to Kedney Walker. Walker covered 49 yards and
ended 'UP on the seven-yard line. All were outstanding. The
Bees have a record of give games won, non lost.-BOB SMITH'



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I 1- Raines Vikings Basketballers Take On Stanton Vocational January 26 I I




Heavyweight Ellis Whips ___ Journalists__ Meet Pugilist__ Grumbling MakesHistoryWhips 5 6.2 Players- Will Boost


"Forecaster" Bonevena l"Y a Youngster's Will To Win I


LOUISVILLE: Jimmy Ellis knocked Oscar "Rlngo" Bona- Harold O.Halr, Jr.William Raines High School coach,forwarded -
vena down Saturday and went on to a tight but onanlmoui decision l l'i' FAMU28.25 to tit Florida Star Monday complete breakdown of the scbe--
over the pride of the Argentine la their 12-round : beat dules of the Bathes Vikings This is an impressive agenda
semifinal bout In the World Boxing Association Grambling College
champion- These basketballers will close
.thin..,.. ..elimination trouumnntEllis ,._._ : Florida AIM 28 to 25 in the 11-LETTERMAN Eddie
--- with Stanton Vocational
1. Orange Bowl Classic of last out High Wilson, HT-6-0, GR- 12; Al-
a one-time sparring) would knock his opponent out in Saturday on January Z6, 1961. phonso Smith, HW-10, GR-
partner for Bonavena 111 the the second round Bonavene has The surprlslngnot to say, almost The Vikings are cardinal and ,tl2;' Craig Greenlee, HT-4-11,
third and tenth round in the a record of 23 knockouts Ellis phenomenal, turn of the grey uniforms. They lost five GR-42.
grueling fight had a record of 13 knockouts. tide for the Grambling tussle lettermen last year,recaptured The team won 16 games last
In winning. Ellis 27, is only] Wills weight 196 and onehalfpounds v GCB rs up set F AIoftJ'. possibly 4. The schedule follows, with year and lost air It Is three
one fight away Iron his goal the Bonavena 206 and one- 4 anticipated victory statistics: years old, and, according to
heavyweight championship of half pounds. Over figures were I S181lan, from everywhere, statistics, has a good record.
the world. in the same proportion f witnessed the upset. How did It DECEMBER Lettermen are:Reuben Barnett,
Hid next bout will be against happen? 11 N. B. Forrest-Away Walter Bryant, Jerry Ramseyand
the winner d the Jerry Quarry A&T's Pearson Scoring runs of 37 and 24 yardsIn 27-29 Gateway Six Tournament David Thomas.
Thad Spencer bout 01\February the third quarter did It. The
) at Oakland Calif. FAMY Juggernaut was stymied JANUARY
'
Runs Yards
Ellis, fighting before a home 91 r at Grambling's 24-yard line 5 Lincoln (Galnesvllle-Jlway) Negro Farmer
town crowd, came in at 194 3/4 Fans saw what they didn't believe '12 E. J. Butler--Home
pounds while the bull-strong, And Takes Hod could happen. 13 New StantonAway
awkward Bona vena weighed 206 This was a classic to go down 15 Howard (Ocala).---Home

Bonavena, 23 almost over- GREENSBORO N.C-Wll1ie l i ......... in history 20 18 Murray -Away Writes A Book
powered the Louisville boy wit Pearson, A&Ts bread and but Let's go back a bit FAMU led Murray-----Boone
his strength and had Ellis 111 ter football player,scored three HARRY DALE (left) executive hammad) All an, article published \ America and supplies clippingsto with a 7-0 score, was tied 7-7, 22 Howard (Ocala)-Away
trouble later in the fight which touchdowns, one of them on a vice president of Press Clip- about him In the New several nationallyknownclients started ahead again toward vic 24 Peck-. -Home About FishingJohn
was telecast nationally b% the 91-yard punt return, to lead pings Limited, and Bob Jackson Pittsburgh Courier, one of the announced last week the' tory 9-7, then 12-7., fell back1412regained 26 Stanton Vocational-Home
American Braodcastlng. Com- the Aggie to a 19-6 win over head of PCI/s Detroit Sengstacke Publications PCL, publication of the nation's most, Ii-I hen- 29 Peck----_ Away Gammon, Jr., 600-acre
pan,. North Carolina College In nth Office, show former heavy- which subscribes and reads Negro complete "Guide to Negro lost-t the final letdown 21- 30 Gilbert Home cotta, rice, and soybeans farmer -
Ellis started strong but seem- annual November game. weight boxing champion Mu- publications from all over Printed Media." 19. of Marlon, Ark who turn
ed to slowed down neat the end. More than 8,000 holiday fans FEBRUARY ed a hobby of fishing into a business -
He was clinching and hanging saw Pearson, normally an offensive Send Jesse Owens Wants Jesse OwensAs 2 Anderson --Away enterprise, is co author dan
Baseball
on Bonavena was unable to capltalite and defensive halfback Swaps 6 Anderson- Home article in "Outdoors USA,"
oa the advantage. give a commnad performance 9 E. J. Butler--Away the 1967 Yearbook d Agriculture
Bonavena started his profes- Olympic Committee 10 New Stanton--Home the
as quarterback when he was To Other Leagues Member Of published recently by
atonal career in this country pressed Into service to replacethe Players 17 Gilbert -------,Away .Department of Agriculture.On .
Owens thinks there should be a Negro members on the 22-24 GROUP TOURNAMENT
took derision with little emo- Jesse his own farm Gammon raises
Merl Code
injured early MEXICO CITY-The Los Angeles Dodgers shipped outfleller would bean excellent -
Owens
Committee. He thinks Jessi
ton and was embraced by his US.Olymlc about pounds of cat
in the 25,000
game Lou Johnson to the Chicago Cubs last week, Cincinnati Reds MARCH
handlers. There Is no doubt that the Ella to the California Angels in a flurryof selection of four fish annually Some of the fish
traded pitcher Sammy bellef.Owens winner
It was a combination of rights story of AtTi win was Pear'on" There is no Immodesty in this 12 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT are sold to restaurants nea-
and lefts to the bead, thrown baseball player trades gold medals in the 1936 Olympics Berlin is now a successful 8-9 STATE TOURNAMENT Tenn. and West
performance, but the deal of the week for the eight-place by Memphis,
and
second
It was the major in Chicago the father of three girls a
businessman ,
by the champion that opened Ark. and to local
Junior from near by Winston who earlier acquired shortstop Sollo Grant. Memphis, ,
Dodgers
the cut over Ellis eye in the Salem N.C. got good support granddaughter THE ROSTER FOLLOWS: people who make purchase at
eight round. from a fired Aggie defensive Cincinnati's Sammy Ellis, a from Spokane from Coast Lea- Douglas Roby president d the committee that the criticism his farm. The rest of the fish
But by the time the ninth had line up 22-game winner two seasons gue and became a regular out was misdirected Roby said the board Is made up of persons GUARDS: Reuben Barnett, Hf64 'are served to guests from all
to the American fielder for the Dodgers. He who are nominated by the governing boards d the various Willie BaldwinHT-
opened the cut had s topped Led seniors Dennis Home- ago was dealt GR-12j; over the State who come to his
by
bUfcdmg and Ellis the son of a sley and Elvin Beathea, theAggies' League Angels contributed a number d key sports such as the National Collegiate Athletic Associationand 6-0, GR-llRobertRutson.HT- farm for fish fries.In .
22 hits In the late-season pennant the National Associating of Intercollegiate Athletics along M( GR-11 LETTERMAN
Baptist minlsterseemedtohavi front will completelyshackled Ellis 26, was a -game ; addition to raising fish and
snaked oft Its effect. North Carolina offense winner in 1965, but slumped to drive and finished with a .259 with associations that govern amateur fencing wrestling, boxing Jerome Hutcherson, HT -Z, crops, Gammon serves as a
Bonavena was unmarked the coldat 12-19 In 1966. He completed average 12 homers and 58 runs and other sports. 'GR-11. member of the 3-man Agriculture -
around the face bodY WAS a rosy stopping Eagles eight of 27 starts last season batted in.Johnson. But fiat does not satisfy Owens He said the Olympic committee CENTERS: M. Bradwell, HT- Stabilisation and Conser-
of the
one stage game on another batted .272 with 17 makes its own rules and can change Its rules to admit 6-1 GR-11-4.ETTERMAN
red from Ellis ,punches the bile-foot line. "I've been trying to get ; S. vation State Committee of Arkansas -
It was set up by thw WUAafter: It Pearson's 10-yard starting pitcher to change in homers 1966. Negroes to membership on the committee or the board. Canady, HT .Z, GR-12; M. which administers
was be for Ellis, The Atlanta Braves swung again He is disturbed by a growing discontent among Negro athlete Hill HM-2 GR-12
it stripped Clay of his title for scoring run with 1129 left in leagues might good ; ,KJD. through the State such farm programs -
refusing to accept military the second quarter that pulled said Bill Rlgney, the Angels' with Rico Carty last week that they are not represented on tie: Olympic board or com- Mitchell, HT-6-2, CR-U. as price supports,acreage -
.and lost by their own violation .mittee. FORWARDS Walter
service. manager. : Bryant. allotments and marketing
Referee Herman Dutreix of the Aggies 66.North even with the Eagles "EUls wanted to start regularly General Manager Paul Richards There has been: talk a mong many Negroes of boycotting HT-6-0, GR-Il-LETTERMAN;. quotas for cotton rice peanuts

New Orleans scord it 59-53 for Carolina had hit and I took him out of the ro- suggested to the Cleve- the 1968 Olympics" Owens told United Press Internment.. Leonard Garner, HT-6-9, GR- soybeans, feed grains and other
Ellis Sid pay- lands Indians that there mightbe while he was in Detroit on an automobile a company's sports 12. Ronnie James
;Judge Baer of Louis- tatlo in the middle last season ; HT-6-10. crops, farm 'storage facility
dirt first the first -
midway
vlll had it 55.54 for EUls,while Herman period because he was not going a deal here involving Car- panel during the Detroit Auto Show over the weekend GR-12; Ronald McLain, HT- loans, Agricultural Conserva-
Judge Hector Chaumont of Buenos Mathews when threw quarterback too wen, explained Cincinnati ty and $30,000 for center field "This is understandable, but it is wrong. That's not the 5-11 GR-U; Jerry Ramsey tlon oroCTim rostshare coo-
a 10-yard SCOT-
Aries had Ellis in front 59- to halfback Gilbert pout Dave Bristol. Vic Davalillo and catcher Ken way to settle the problem. HT-5-10GR.ll.LETTERMANj s vatlon assistance, and diversion -

53.Ellis Smith Ing pass toctimaxa44-yarddrive. Johnson, 34 years old, hit 270 Suarei the Indians Indicated David Thomas, HT-6-8, GR, programs.:
was rated 8 to 5 Bona The first endeda for the Dodgers In 1967. !;. they might be pnterested.How
vena. This did not seem to bother Aggies' Pearson'.18yard score fractured an ankle in May and ever after the arrival d Pre-
Bonavena, before the fight.. 51-yard toss march to Tom Blue and a- later was troubled with a knee. sident Bin Barholomay in town
Bonavena the Braves decided the deal was i'k
wanted
badly to win Injury
the fight.. Why? If he lost be 13 Pearson-yard' Willie trust by brother Loronao featured in 1965 bwal"hronght''up: ;'todTlskf: and told the Indian.

would be short of $125,000 and the, drive the suggestion was off.

would lose his rating. Rather Will Pearson's longdistance Same Old :
cockily, Bcnavena had said that run came with 11.54 left In the California'sBruins 'I' Taylor.
Ellis watch
is a poor Imitation dClay. third period. An Eagle drive
His winning would have put him' stalled at midfield and North
in the running as a successor Carolina chose to kick. Ready this Clown
to Clay. The punt saldled toMPsnlne
One national Journal calledBmaena from where Pearson scooped up 34 2& 93
"power packed." the ball, dodged several tackler Some bottle!

'King that of King more Enterprises than 10,000 forecast fans- the and end skirted rune the sidelinesto For BattlesThe 47 17 44 new

would come to the Louisville Three minutes later, the Ag California Bruins,basket- 1 .. .. ..5'
freedom Hall for the 12-round glee got the ball again on the bailers, bid wen to come out on 'J
bout. Each man was guaranteed Eagles' 28-yard line after North top this season One man will be 4, 6 Our new bottle just came out
$75,000 with an extra $125,000for Carolina Bill Jones mainly responsible, Alclndor. '
punter got ; In fact it
the winner who would face 21. came out so pretty were jgiffwrappmgif
a high pass from center and had With him, UCLA hopes to run 3 z
bad Spencer or Jerry Quarry. to heave a short despreation the Pacific-Eight Conference for Christmas, t
This is the flrstseml-finalbout pass to end Julian Martin insteadof this year. Some say they will do 9 '
leading t. :ward the later choos-' kicking the same thing In the coming 20 73 84 : /'''' How come we changed our bottle?
: .Ss ::o and Quarry willS oUT took over, and with Code year. '. :'-"J OLD Because looked like
5&
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othenBofrbon,
: Of. :d, CaJJt,on Feb- back in the ball game, movedto Alclndor has been touted at the T LO R a ,

ut .2. a tournament finals the Eagles' 15-yard line, best college basketball player Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes '.. '.,. I bottles, Now our bottle's not like anybody elses
mis M held In Louisville. aided Trto d all times He will completehis
by a 15-yard penalty. live Down, He Adds,Subtracts. '
Eonavena had forecast that he plays later, code threw a short eligibility at Westwood and lie workds all around. :( Our Bourbon never was '.
pass to Pearson, who raced for says he has set new standards "
Olympic BoycottPlans In his sophomoreyear : ,
the score. Blue's placement for himself. 4165 -19 .
kick made at 19.8 and ended the at the school be made 870 p

Are Beat afternoon's scoring. against.. Then, be made State COMING ATTRACTIONS .
The win gave AT a final sea Washington j
son record d S51North Journalistically, be was given 18 24 131
About By Heads Carolina ended play with a 1-7-1 world s of publicity as a sophomore -

record. marveL MAN'S '
KAMPALA, Uganda-Mai Whit- DAYS'NUMBERED :
field, an Olympic gold medalistIn I : YS S,
1948 and 1952 condemned AUTO INSURANCE ,
Friday plans of a Negro group
in the United States to have A- 25.00 Down, 59.00 Per Month. ''Man's Days are Numbered.
merlcan Negro athletes boycott Health and Fortune Can Be
the 1968 Olympics in Mwxlco Your. When Too Know You;'

,.city.1t'oul4 be wrong to boycott No Interest Or Finance Charges Lucky Days

the Olympics which have given Lucky Colon, etc, i
Negro athletes so much international Send $2.00 for your
recogitlon." Whit- SR-22 Filings FREE. Horoscope Guide for
field said In an interview.
Whitfleld, Negro runner from
DECEMBER
Ohio State, woo the 800 meter ROBERT TRAVIS

1'11III111 the 1948 and 195%Games //FW in the blank bebw'und'
and also earned a gold and silver taail to
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meterrelays. Associates,
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Pedro Ramries Vazque la E. Bta Street Room 10, Collier Bldg. M-TW7 NAME -.,,
chairman of the organizing UeSEdgewood Avenue S. SU..SU3 STREET __
committee for the 1968 Olympics ,648S Rooserelt Blvd. ..388 A58J ATE. OF BIRTH ,
in Mexico City, expressed
regret yesterday over reported OLD TAYLOR
plans of a group of UjS. Negro
athletes to boycott the es moor ';
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PICK UP AND DELIVERY Dept. FS, S937 N, Broadn family. organisation delivered
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Dr. J.A.F. Flnlayson,president
FOR SALE Poulhac S323 Newcombe
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MAYING A PROBLEM Sunday, December 16, at I p.m.
,Plans will be made for the Convention, recently.:
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CKILDREN: DO YOU NEED
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YOUR LIFE? case, write me, The man who of the National -
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me. message of the
leader
help you with your Personal the third group.
is worth the asking price of$105,000.00.Downpayment of $35,00< < Problems. Confidential Air only 10 cents for postage. Dr. Ross remlnloced about
required. Owner will consider trade for real estate.Reply Bo
Mall postage to this couhtry MOTHER MCDONALD PAUTKA troubles In her home town Detroit.
9142, Jacksonville 32208. 25? W. C. Service, Box 494-S., .''"We were wrapped up In
Detroit,'Michigan 48204. FLORIDA worship and our city was burn- "
Holiday Special OMEGA Ing." Dr. Ross said,"Thething
Dept FSN NEWS slipped up,, on us. We thought
Box 29, Muizenburg, C.P.. we were making reasonable
BERRIER'S ICE CREAM South AfricaBLESSINGS ISABELLA OF PARIS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5tlon good progress. But we had act
That's Mel I have the Amai- of High School Student talked wb bad not understood.Our .
tablets Council at the Mayaard High people were on the breakIng EarlDonaldKondettO. executive director of the Florida Cornell I
tonic
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EGG HOG 90* Qt. BLESSING' for all the things you want to, pep do. School, Orlando, Florida, Dec. point and they were borke. display of 100 samples, and Fred of pormotlonal D.Learev.if Tamnt.Council chairman, i
materials
Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction Some were disgusted with the being used (In the
The man born with the gift. guaranteed or Money back. For 89.Mrs.. L.N. Osgood, Willie J. middle class Negro and referred groupi statewide "Friendly Floridians" tourist campaign.
2/ GAL. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon Men and Women.P. Seabury, C.A. Counselors and to has as a have" In Won..to counter displays, window streamers bomber
$341ICE strips, lapel pins, etc. the Council radio
Georgia. It Is through God Fred R. Brooks, principal, will Mrs. Ross, wife of the Rev. employing and television -
all evil attend the State Department of of the Shiloh spots, billboards and a massive publ1eity program to convince
CREAM that I can remove conditions 0. Sox 230, Dept. S. SJJ.Ross pastor Florldlans that a "little warmth
EducaUon Personnel and Guidance said friendliness"U Justwhat's
some questions you may Baptist Church, Detroit
356-3255 For Quantity wish to know. Gary, Indiana meeting in Clearwater, the Negro woman 1s making rapid \ needed to encourage visitors to"return again and again"
Call December 7.8,9. progress and Is taking a bigger -
DOO YOU NEED MONEY? On Thursday night, December part in world affairs.
'5 locations To Serve You IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? 7, the Central Academy High The speaker said that everything Duval College Fund
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP School band association ended U not accomplished Just
Try Our Delicious Hamburgers< DRINKING? ROME IMPROVEMENT the first phase of the drive for by ainglngsndptaying.Toprove! Meeting Is December 12
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED band uniforms. The program that, Mrs. Ross has urged her
? Erving Construction Home improvement was rescheduled from last week voiced in voter registration, to The Dun County United Negro local .tudenta,who will be enrolled
.
LINCOLN ESTATES two houses can be because of the average of the Join the NAACP, and to support College Fund campaign will in these Institutions during
They call me the (Root man). bought' in city, low down payment band director, Abram Alexan foreign missions. culminate during a meeting at the coming academic year.
But I am only a servant of God. house repairs no money Dr.,Ross has traveled widely 8:00: p.m., Friday, December15th The goal for the State of Florida
OWN A BRAND NEW Because God is the answer to down. We loan want money houses der.The school office has Just received After leaving the school she at Ebeneter Methodist who recently added Florida
that lose
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SCHOOLS AND LARGE SHOPPING CENTER. SELECT ed envelop and $2.00 for Bible as assistant in the offices of people I need to talk to are not is $35,000.00 to assist the many the meeting.!
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