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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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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 16, 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

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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
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Singer" Otis Redding Dies When Newly-Purchased Plane Crashes in Lake



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FAMU PREXY SUSPENDS OUTSPOKEN DEAN




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I Library r Integrated Jury Frees Youth Of Rape


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Gainesville, Fla. /' / ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER DIES OF HEART



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ATTACK BEFORE TAKING DC OFFICE


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35 SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 1967 CENTS ** *
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His Widow Receives His Medal Judge ChristopherDies
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( Bronze Medal Given Soldier's Widow 1' On Eve Of


New Confirmation
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ii Just a week before being sworn

into office as an associate judgeof
TEACHER CLAIMS the District Court General

Sessions of the DistuU of

Columbia, Arthur Christopher,
Jr., native of Jacksonville,died
of a heart attack at his home in

r Washington.TIle late lawyer was appointedby

RAPE BY 4 YOUTHS the President position.Lyndon His appointment B. Johnsonto

was confirmed on November 22.
lie had been chosen to replace
A. *. *. *. Catherine
Judge B. Kelly, who

Educator Dean'sm Criticism Sudden Death was named to the District Court
Was era of Appeals last June.

Christopher, member of a
Takes Others large family of Jacksonville
Left On
Dump Of Schools t pioneers, had been an NLRB
Negro trial lawyer since January 1965.

One Survives From 1959! to 1961 he was sup-
Car Was TakenAn
ervising attorney for the NLRB.

Angers FAMUans "Soul Singer" OIls Bedding is From that time to his appoint-

dead! ment last November. he was associate -
unnamed Gainesville schoolteacher All members of his troup were director of the NLRB

according topolice reports TALLAHASSEE: The dean .of was suspended( earlier in the reported dead, with one exception office of representation appeals -

was abducted and raped academic of Florida As.M University week, reportedly as a result of after his twinengined Mrs. Marline Cummings receives the Bronze Star Medal for Heroism, posthumously, for .

Tuesday night, by teenagersand Dr. Leander Boykim, a speech he made in September planed careened into the icy :he late Private First Class: William L.Cummings who, according to citation given Sunday Mr. Christopher was also

later was abandoned on a criticizing Negro universities. and death-dealing water of the afternoon al the arm rv, "IV!' anne (the target of a hall of deadly fire, but, undaunted by tills, chosen by the United States Civil

city garbage dump, after they Carmichael Gets President George Gore, Jr., Monona lake near Madison,Wis. In- moved forward tn I' ""II'cll"i l | 'sill"n,mdljegan retaining the ire." lieutenant Colonel F.O. Service Commission, with 24

took her car.According asked tlieUc illy relations com where they were scheduled for Sherman I i& making [tin. (piistiiMli I'' 'n. FLORIDA STAll I Photo By. bob Smith. others, as a hearing examiner,
to Detective Ser- mittee f fi r a rcommendation as
and
Back From Tour an appearance. presided over hearings
geant C.L.Dorsey, the woman, to whc i I.er Dr. Itoykin has lost Redding, whoso sudden and arising under provisions of the

upon approaching her car In a the nifidcnce of students and tragic death removes anotherof White Fredrick Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title
downtown shopping lot, was approached I Of WorldCenters faculty members! At press timeno the greats; ft om the field of Housewife's

by two young Negroes, report had been received on soul music, had risen to the VI.After receiving his bachelor's

one holding a pistol. They later Stokely Carmichael, heralded the faculty decision.Dr. 'Ights, and was tops with young Named By degree from Howard University -

picked up two others and droveto as a "world wide disciple of destruction Boykins's tenure of ser- d .Id alike. One of his best Testimony Blasted he later completed study-

the dump, In her car, according ," is back In America. vice as a professor has been af- Bennett_ For Job ing for, and received, the LLD
to the unnamed tea- Scarcely had he touched the fected. This would result only I" ---- - -- from the same school. lie Joinedthe

cher. After several rapings, shores of the UnitedStates when from a decision or recommendation a John Willie Whitflt Id, IJ-! Yl'a r-old !Jacksonville: Beach Negro, Charles E. Bennett NLRB In 1946, after engaging -
they tied her up with her clo- he was relieved uf his pass by the president 1 aid the .'. freed '14 ape hi.'sday hj)i a Jury including( tin ei. Negroes.ted Congressman has appoints Frtdrlclc : largely In civil practice in
thing and left in the car. resultant approval ol the Boaidof
port. Regents. Whitfield had been accused to use it. Hall, a student from EuGene the Washington courts.
The teacher said she mana- Congress according to releases The late
activeIn
appointee
Cairo of raping a white housewife on The case for the victor was Butler High School serve as was
to loosen her hands, 'tto went into dithers again, Dr. Boykin spoke at DC civic affairs. lie
jed was -
In the U.S. House of president
May 24, at her taller. The plaintiff based on discrepancies in time. a page
a house, arid telephone P wrath claimed that Whitfield The woman testified that she Representatives
and later brought down
lice. about the much-discussed mat- of Washington
He threathened her and further was out on the night named Hall, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Metropolitan -
FAMUstjdents. was
Patrolman D.T.Evera chaseda of many
ter of sedition. For he
some
r James Johnson of 1251 Clay years was
His testified that her husband was and returned home at about 10;
the owned hanged in effigy. resigna-
car like one by Carmichael's odyssey carried president of the Southeast Ne-
at work. 30, so that her babysitter could Street, Jacksonville, Florida;
tion demanded.He away
the teacher He said the car him into the farthest reaches of was ighborhood House and the
was:
Whitfleld! had only a pub- leave She claimed that she left his hometown Thursday,
Young
the faculty
the had \been on
hit expressway -
a utility pole on the world lie was away five first
Negro president of the
November 30. 1967. at 9.15a.m.
lie lie offered evi- watched television and also read
and had \been dean defender.
The since 1958
and overturned.
months and his return to Taft Junior School
upon He High PTA
Eastern Airlines.
Evers later since 1964.Among dence to show that he was not before the alleged assault occurred by
occupants excaped. American, was greeted by a ( Christopher was president of
two statements leading to at the place indicated by the Wo- However,later, witnesses arrived in Washington at
picked 15-year-old of admirers.
cheering group the McKinley High School PTA.
11 !58 On December
where
that man. He also denied wearing placed Whitfleld's : a.m. Friday,
one with a broken arm. The) He was also greeted IJ) United the fireworks was one He was a former member. of
1 1967 he
began servingFREDRICK
not clothes fitting the description abouts elsewhere.. ,
universities
later to the luve- "Negro are
were taken States Marshals.A the board of managers of the
nile shelter. The dump is in marshal made haste to grab producing dynamic Negro Lead- OTIS REDDING given by his accuser. Wliltlield, of 126 Mmth Street, DC Congress of P'fAs and was
Carmichaelby ers and the quality of educationat Circuit Judge Frank Elmore was arrested at his home on the
Moncrief area.Mrs. the passport from also active in the DC Urban
presenting a search Negro universities is not up se'.e s was "Soul. would not permit till i lollung: night of the accusation. He was
Car to e ginger and his troup left to be used as eulcn e. As- held in the county jail,after beIng League. Survivors are Mrs.
warrant. Before he landed, par. Beatrice
Hump widow
Menp .s Saturday, enroute to sistant State Attorney, representing denied bond at a May 31 hear- Mrs.
Cassius micahel's status was being"de- Ralph Sistare John D. and
,
ti.e Wisci sin city. Uponthdr the state, had attemp- ing
cided." The State Departmentasked schedule Carol J., both of the home address -
failure to appear on ,
Congress to authorize PFC William b .
discovery was made that the r
Clay ExpectsBaby..When penalties up to one year in plane had crashed into the lake.

prison unauthorized and $1,000 travel in by fines Amer-for Cummings Was Divers rushed to the scene. First Negro Astronaut Negro Secret

in the area
They found Redding
? icans to forbidden countries. of the sunken fuselage, still Killed In Missile SmashUp
Carmichael sojourned in Cuba Service
Vietnam HeroPrivate strapped to a seat. The body of Agent
and in China off-limit coun-
M,Jthew Kelly 17, of Memphis. America's first and only Negro astronaut, Major Robert II,

HOUSTON Cassius; Clay and tries.Opinions have been expressedby First Class E-3 Wil- oi>e of the Bar-Kays,was found Lawrence Jr., is dead. I Sent

Mrs. Clay are expecting their members of Congress. Rep. liam Cummings, was killed in near the plane1. The divers were Lawrence was killed in the crash of an FLOJ Stardghler jet' To Jail
expected to resume their efforts as it landed after a routine training flight at Edwards Air Force
first child. action the of Viet-
Emanuel Celler, New York Democrat in Republic Tuesday to find the bod- >.tw I I.
This was disclosed WednesdayIn said, "TIle Carmichael nam on October 21, 1967. Base, California SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-Former
ies of Plialen Jones 19, and Ho- .' HALLas
an affidavit filed by Clay'sattorneys case points up to the need to The )late corporal's performance and Ronald! Caldwell, 19,as well r Secret Service, Agent AbrahamW.
In U.S. District Judge invoke criminal penalties for in the face of enemy Carl 18 a page to Congressman Holden was sent to prison
that of Cunningham, ,
Allen B. Hannay's court. forbidden visits." He went on to action was so heroic that he was as of Redding support I Charles E. Bennett In the House.He after being refused permissionto
Clay and his 18-year-old wife, say that Carmichael's remarksout awarded, posthumously, the members \ will serve the entire month of tell the Warren commission

Belinda, were married in a of America have "given Brunt tat t or heroism, by trroup.Others who died in the tragic ; j December.The about a plot on President JohnF.
Black Muslim ceremony August great aid and comfort to oui direction of the President under Richard Fraser / Butler senior Is an out- Kennedy's life in Chicago, a
crash ,
were:
18 In Chicago.M. enemies in Vietnam, Cuba and the provisions of Executive Order and Jlmnu1! standing student lie is pre- lawyer has disclosed.
W. Plummer, Clay's Houston elsewhere." Said Celler U046, of August 24, 1962 26, Georgia 18 pilot, leaderof tD sident of the EuutMie; J. Butler According to John Hosmer,
lawyer, said he did not know "These statements well night Cummungs' widow sadly, but Klng1 Memphis, JUIuor5eniorIIgh School Stu- who Identified himself as Bol-
the }liar-Kays.
when they baby was due. t bprder> on treason." heroically, accepted the awardat dent Council, a member of the den's attorney, the Imprisonedman
Senator Mundt of South Dakota the armory,where Lieutenant Ben Cauley, 20, of Memphis, 9 9i Honor Society, and a member of was arrested an convictedon

emphasized the need of legis- Colonel F. 0. Sherman repre- was the sole survivor. the Butler Hospitality Club. Hall perjured testimony.
week the of
Earlier this
Man Fires In lation. sented the army 111, toe piesen- the broaucast cause acci- plans to enter college upon his Bolden, a Chicagoan, is now a
The State Department is, at the tatinn.The.corporaj.. nationally completion of high school. prisoner at the federal medical
dent bad not \been discovered.
moment, powerless to do much according to the center lie was convicted by a
Ditch But Hits about anything. The Highest reason given for the citation, The plane was reported responding URGE NEGRO: FOR U.S. District court jlry in Chic-
to an instrument -
approach
Tribunal, in a decision, stop- "distinguished himself while order. There was no CONGRESS STAFF ago, in 1964 or conspiracy to
ped recrimination for criminal serving as a Rifleman in Com- accept a bribe.
Self In Foot sign of trouble. The log foundon
activities. Even Undersecretary Company A, 1st battalion, 35th! Bennett, over the past several The 32-year-old inmate as
th@ water, was turned over
of State Nicholas Kat- Infantry. His platoon was on a years hasappointed several Negro long charged that he was fram-
"Ditch Shooting" caused a zenbach said, "no penalty can search and destroy operationnear to the Federal Aviation Agency page boys and also named ed because he offered to testify -

Jaion earlier this week to have be applied to him for the fact Phuoc Son when it was en Jflcials two to the U.S. Air Force Academy before the Warren Com-
to go to the hospital for a hole that he visited [land!." gaged by a group of enemy snipers Zelma, 25, Bedding's widow, I Mld. Prm International mission about lax conditions In
through his foot. "Mau, Maul" reechoed in concealed positions." and her father-in-law, Otis,Jr. :M.U. ROBERT II. LAURENCE: JR. However, local civic leaders the Secret Service.

Not only that he had to make a through the precincts of the air- The citation continues, "Se- left to get the body of the Ma- At the time of his death he was military officers in traimngtorthe have expressed disappointmentthat Hosmer added even more fuel

police! report. port when Stokely arrived. He veral men became casualties.The con-born singer. They said they preparing a project for the Defense MOL Project, Manned Orbiting the Duval representativehas to the Bolden case by giving another -
Milton U. Black, 24, 2916 West received greetings from platoon took over and at- would like to hold services in Department to orbit two Laboratory program. It not seen It fit to employ a reason why Bolden may

Seventh, wanted to try out his Charles Kenyatta, head of the temr '.ed determine the source the Macon city auditorium. men on a space laboratory in is composed of 12 Air Force Negro in his Congressional have been imprisoned possible -

forty-four magnum pistol, Just Harlem Mau Mau. He went on i : e, jut was unable todo Pauley, the survivor said, "I 1970. officers, three Navy men and staff. hush-up plot im the late

for practice. His particular tar- to the Harlem YMCA,wllere Rap Su." tried to get Caldwell. He kept He was 31 years of age. He one Marine. Proponents of the Idea pointto President's life.

get was a ditch In the neighbor Brown and he shook hands. it was.. :,ils point, accordingto screaming for help after the was the ninth astronaut to die Lawrence held a bachelor's the fact that on a state level Joining Kosmer at a press con-
hood. Black was shooting en Carmichael described Amer- the record, that Private First crash. Then I heard Cunningham on the ground. The FL04 known degree In chemistry from Brad Attorney General Earl Fair- ference were two other attorneys -

thusiastically when, suddenly, ica as "Hell" while he was in Class Cummings "rose from calling for" help, but he was as a "missile with a man in it." ley! and a doctorate in physical cloth has appointed a Negro assistant : Mark Lane, lawyer and

the well-fortified magnum ex- Sweden, but he said he was returning his position and rushed toward too far away. It travels twice the speed of chemistry from Ohio State. He whIle on a national level, author, and Richard V. Burnes,

ploded. In Paris he was per- the enemy in an attempt to make According to reports last year, sound. When the accident oc- served 11 years in the Air Force Congressman Claude Pepperhas assistant to District AttorneyJim

Detective Sergeant J.USuber mitted to speak, following an them reveal themselves." He Redding earned more than$600, cured Major Lawrence was in l legging more than 2,500! flying named a Negro to his staff. Garrison of New Orleans.

,ajid Detective Sergeant Joe Fri- earlier ban on his activities In moved forward, in the face of a 000 from personal appearances. the smashing object, which hit a hours as well as 2,000 in Jets.

go, who made the report said England be said "It is time to deadly hail of fire. He recorded for Stax Recordsof runway and "spurted like fire," lie served in West Germany and

Black was hit In the right leg below stamp out the whites." Several of the snipers were Memphis with a group called according to witnesses as a research scientist in New: Deadline For Holiday Issues I

me knee. Then, he fast And so, Stokely Carmichael. forced to flee Booker T and the MGs. Last Major Harvey J. Royer, ase- Mexico.
exiting bullet went on and came Rap Brown, Frederick BrooV/; "First Class Cummings," week he was Invited by Vice- coed occupant, was Injured Upon being chosen! for the Job, All news for the FLORIDA u.an 12 noon. Christmas my

out of the sole of his foot. Floyd McKissic, and others are concludes the citation, was hit President Hubert H.Humphrei seriously. Lawrence said that race was STAR Christmas Edition of a id Year's Day will becele-

It's really better to keep your still with us. The State Depart- by enemy fire and mortally to tour Vietnam and entertain The Air Force planned an investigation Incidental. "It's an expression December 23, 1967, must be biated on Monday. The office

feet out of the way, if they are ment promisses to try 'to dc wounded as he returned to his American servicemen, at a Later of success that they should In tie office Tuesday, Dee- will be closed on both holi

not someone else's. something. platoon." date. Major Lawrence was one of 16 enjoy instead of me," he said. enter; 19, 1967, not later days."Soul .








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r The Twelve Christian Club gave a program at me Holy Members of the blue, shown above, are : Ada L, Brown,
.. :l Mlsslonai the speaker MiT Ora Brooks Viola Wilder, Luc ill" George,
.-- I .nll# Church of the Living God. v Stripling was [Iiuise "-an, ,
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"aeT Mrs. Motile Washington was soloist and Mi f,. Mark leader Man SrmU'D"ald, lleghsmith, Ougc lnui\ Silvia 1 Make

St Stephen's Usher Board No; 1 held a gala tea Sunday at the verne Washington Mary Lee Mlxon. Leon Smith and Ada MaI'Starks.--Star Photo, Paul! Crawford
rhurrri, Many attended. The pictures above attest In the other picture are: Rev. JS.Johnson, pastor; Mmes.
II to" tl.. presence persons of members and friends of the church. Person Emma Dennis, Constance Young, Maggie Simmons, W.F.ste- Miss Mable Jean Edmond
shown are, top: Mr. Neal Bland, Mr. Woodrow Cam, phens, Alice Yarborough, Malinda Wilson, Hattie Hayes, Bathe I Wedding BellsWalter I
Mmes Jankic Trapp, Henrietta Broome, Marilyn Day, Rose Washington, Elizabeth Day and Eunice Palmer.-A.Paul Cra- Plans Near-Xmas Nuptials i

Padcett, Mamie Lee Ray, Lille Reed, Patricia Barnes, La- the Washington, Elizabeth Day and Eunice Palmer. A. Paul Miss Mable Jean Edmond, laughter of Mrs, Alice Bertha Ed- I

Crawford Photos. Ree Dawkins, 1043 Ronald Ersyl Galvin, 505 W. mond, is engaged to marry Rev. Willie Morris Mincy, son of
Powhattan St., 21 and May Franks 11 th St., 23 and Grace Geraldme Mr. and Willie M.Minry, Sr. and the late Mrs Mattie Mincy,

Johnson, 1642 W. 24th St., Brown, 1518 W. 2nd St., 23. of__ Cleveland.. OhioMiss .

I Willinq Workers Celebrate' 20 Edm nid isthedaughtPi c1UK dels,
Lorenzo Jackson, Atlanta, oa. Rev Mnicy is a graduate of
2255W. 18 and Josephine Minnie Kirk- laU Di I F red Johnson of
Samuel Lee Washington, Douglas High School of Cleveland -
1st St., 22 and Dorothy Lor- land, Rt. 5 Box 518-A., 18. Detn it. Sit, is a (graduate [the I lie attended Hampton In-
raine Turner, 10G9DivisionSt., ComihC" mil(; I laimnir, School shtute' At present he is a lead
"..f Emi-le.'i', AI i Sit tljo
1530 Ella St
Richard Jones
18. and singer/ of the Original File Blind
22 and Sandra Lee White, 1862W. attended Selma University
ix'- s o: Jackson, Mississippi.
Hieo. Roosevelt Carroll, 1506 6th St., 21. TIe, wedding will tike place

E..vel"son St., 52 and Eloulse Su uid? Dec\mJ91: i 28, .t a:30
Vivian Washington, 10'8 W. nth Frank Mitchell Timm >ns, i p.m, ... .--22 Thurgood Circle
St, 40.Beni. Fernandlna Beach Fla., 64 and awr West A reception will follow
Etvlna Holmes, Fernandlna

O O ]. Franklin Dorrell, 1332W. beach, Fla., 46.
t. MtQ 18th St., 19 and Corine Williams Home Makers
1030 Haines St., 17. Fred Bailey, 1687 Fairfax St., ,
41 and Rosa Bill Brown, 1687 Meet Tuesday I
Janus Brown, 5749 Teeler Fairfax St., 36.
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/ Ave., 27 and Zelma Bentley, Byron Irving Moore, It., Detroit Hie, 1 1111' olnville Hume Makerswill
I I Ial { 5740 leeler Ave. 21. Mich., 19 and Maria I.uv- i I., 1 Ul 1 the 1 tegular meeting
etta Johnson, 1972 Win, St., nll''> aright i' December 19, in
Edward McBride, Jr., 4323 2&. e tin I I"., mIll f Mrs 1 eS.le Harris,
4
I I : Bessie Clr., Apt 6B, 26 and "H II'i Siskin,
art, I I I I Addh. Althea Mills, 1328 W. llth MI Maud Dell Hustunspie-
?F ( VIII Earl Lee Scott, 1257 W. "th St., s
i I I St., 20Lnidsey, 20 and Gwendolyn Diane Pitlrnan wilid" the reurlar meeting
II Royal Jr., 1210 1156 W. 4th St., 20 I fu n s<1inight+ December 19in,
rI Fluff ida Ave, 26 and Mary I I' I I", nicifMrs, Lessie Harris,
1 uise Bell, 2803 WilsonSt., 26. Nu'n I S:skin.
I ( tt MAtH IfFAlv) EDMONP Mis i Maud Del Huston is pre-
l II III I)i w I Hh ,, A s|,,. ,.ulfit Mrs. Russ Neal is
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j y I y 1. I I <1d i ii si" i elan Mrs. Gertrude
I 1 1r
Homemakers Will Gateway Civics i I t li+ Co, 1 Leg( ml" ,I i' |JJ si ml employed -
I III *
1\' tit Duval Count
l Sponsor Program & Saving ClubThe board of Public Instruction. Social
r 'i LV I \ I'l'l' I II'' BHIF rWmen .... Miss Edmund is a member
The Willing Workers celebrated Sunday at Varlck Memorial stands on the len. Otner are, front, left to right; Mrs.
AM*: Zion, the Rev. A.J.Warren pastor. Mrs. Ruby Stewart Doreatha Ross, Mrs. Vera Sadler, Mrs Item\ Streeter and rhe Long Branch! Homemak-{ Gateway Civcs and Saving of tile Mt. Aural apes! Church Saving Club
Club will their club: will meet the home of ,
annual at
!rs
sponsor
if (lencli
Mrs. AH Williams In tile back Missis Willu F. the Henines
I wan nisi rctis IK ceremonies, Choir No. 2 of tlie Church of row are .
led .tlil'. Hits enthusiastic group is shown above. Tev. War- Smith, Richard Grissttt, B.Pollard and lUMvink. stu Christmas program Wednesday Mrs Mary Lee Buckholz 1174 and uf tile Fi m lei c.dh lust t anil The Chandeliers: Social Savings -
Photo by A. Paul Crawford. December 20, In the West 30th Monday Hostess Clul"", fie Sopt'I'' i- club entertained recentlyat
dinning room of the Greater The dab also had a get acquainted ted 12, tie, SK, is: and Sa nips the !lime of Miss Belinda
Sweetfleld Baptist church. tea November 19 at Club and if tin \ ,?'rue vU) MI<- Visett. 1BU West! 22.
Club Mrs. D.D.Barnes president.. tile Consolidated Health Clinic
Mt. Ararat Club 5-1 Civic Garden Circle Ministers'Wives
Baptist The affair will begin at 12 noon. 5871 Flicker, where they met
Holds Last MeetThe Mrs. Viola Tate will be hostess. the staff and presented 25 seat- PLLEEAASSEE ..
Will Meet Remember
Sunday Plans Contest Plan SessionThe Mrs. Willye F. Dennis will give Ing capacities. Mrs. Clara Sin-

the meaning of Christmas. All gleton is president; Mrs. R.
Distrn t No 9 of Mt Ararat 5-1 Lincol Civic Club will Using WreathsThe Baptist Ministers Wives' members are urged to be pre- L. Green reporter. The Deadline For
aptist c Church will meet Sunday have the last meeting Monday, Alliance will have the Yule sent with their guests.
4i 3 p,m. in the home of December 18, at Mt. Moriah West Jacksonville Garden prgram and dinner Monday, Church & Social News
Miss Evelyn Highsmith, 2826 Baptist, 1900 Block West 9th. Circle met with Mrs. Maeola December 18, at 6 p.m. in the Colossian Hears
Jupltei Officers will be elected at 8 p.m. Au are expected to be
Groover, Mrs. Peterson gave an dosing room of Dayspring Bap- Payne Chapel
bach member is asked to present. Business of importance interesting talk about the history tist church. The husbands will Sunbeam SingersThe Is Tuesday Noon -;

be pi"s'nt. will be transacted. of the Christmas card, the be guests of their wives a short League MeetsThe

first Christmas, mlstle toe,the program will be given. All are Sunbeam Gospel Singerswill Bring News To
Christmas tree, the Christmas asked to be present at 6 p.m.
CE League of Payne Cha- give a piogram after the
rose and the start of the Christmas Mrs. U.Barnes is publicity el will meet at 3 p.m. TIle Rev. services Sunday' night at the 2323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th St
ChristmasAnd wreath. chairman, Mrs. C.I Williams .
Merry R.A.King is pastor.Participants Colossian Baptist Church. Sun-
Each member is to make a is president. on the program day School at 10
begins a.m.
wreath for the home door. This will be: Lerlte Randolph, Ernest with Superintendent Ambrose Notices Must Be Mail By Monday Noon

will be judged during the holi Church Wares., : Mattie Thompson Merklson in charge. The mornIng -
A days. Mrs. Mamie Campbell Is Philadelphia Mr. Rc.je, Miss Debris worship begins at 11 a.m. YOUR COOPERATION IS NEEDEDSO
president. Henderson, Miss Sharon Ha- The evening worship begins at
Sponsors CantataThe gan, Miss Mildred Hagan, Harry 7 p.m. Sermons will be delivered WE CAN SERVE YOU
Caladium Ladies Williams, Alexander Cottrell, by the pastor. Choir Nol and
combined choirs of the Rev. R.A.King. All leaguesarp Usher Board No.l will serve
Will Meet Soon Philadelphia Baptist Church asked to bring something for during the day. Prayer meetingIs ".
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The Caladium Ladies SS Club will sponsor a Christmas can the Christmas basket. Tuesday night, 7:30.: The "l
New Year tata "Carol of Christmas" church Is located at 1154 31st. 1
meets with Mrs. Addle Wil-
Happy Iams, 1598 West 27th,R.Satur- Sunday m. In theaudltorlum, December ofthechur-17, at 6 p. Rev. R.J. Crawford is pastor. Two cheers for i;

day, December 16, at 8 p.m.
Gifts will be exchanged. The ch.Robert Special Officers the [
Spruill will be nara-
holidays.
I president is asking all to be tor. Other participants will be
president. Mrs. Emma L.Jones, Wives Plan PartyThe
Joseph Deacon David Caswell ,
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Hat Tea
president, Mrs Annie Collins, Marv. Willie Mae Edwards Pretty j t ur 01.odr'er, I

ShopD I A N A For TheHOLIDAYS reporter. Wise Deacon Men Clarence, Deacon Duss Thomas Hayes and, Club Special of the Clark Officers'and Wives Moore Planned For Bethel .1 .. ..: ', n If. "f1rJ| tt+ wraptFdi f ft-rq' ipftsd. :

Gateway Barracks Rev. H.H.Wright. Shepards will .', '
be Ernest Quarterman.Jr. Mal- Security Guard service will i ? ', <> 'r. nil I you VP got j
have the Christmas party on District '' it''' s t trne, of
No 4 of Bethlehem year ) }
Next Meet vin Putts James Stanley. The
Plans ,
December I8in the home of Mrs. Baptist will Give '
a Pretty Seagram's
sponsor
angle will be Mary Jean Edwards -
Ruth Rush, 1651 West Thirty- Hat Tea in the church basement
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Gateway Barracks No. 3131, and be Sure.
Veterans of World Warl, USA Mrs. Rosanna Juarterman is fourth, at 7:30: p.m. The vice- from 4 to 6 p.m Sunday r I. .....
president Is expecting all to at- The
public is
will hold the regular meeting president of Choir 1, Mrs. W.D. tend. Invited __
Saturday at 2 p,m. Easton Is president of the J. I 1 _'.
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All officers and members are W.Johnson Chorus Miss San- (()}; r:
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expected to attend. This is the dra Sunner is president of Choir Holiday Special .. .. '-
last meeting of the year. Dues No.2 and Deacon Clarence Tho- Yi .
are to be paid. December 31 is mas Is president of the Gospel _
Use Our Convenient the deadline. Meetings are open Chorus. Organist will be Mrs. BERRIER'S ICE CREAM .. : _
to, all Veterans of World War 1 Idella Kirby and Mrs.Jeanette f( 't ,
Lay-Away And Charge Plan at all times. eggs Rev. J.W.Johnson is -' '"iift' ''Jj "
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Camelia Ladies ,,-:4.:., .., ;

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In Confab SundayThe
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Stork Delivers ICE CREAM -
meet with Deacon and Mrs. Lon- !
Shops nie Williams, 427 West 19th, on
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December 19 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Larry W.t. el- Call 356-3255 For Quantity wt5c t
Leila Williams wlllbe co-hos- son, 514 ValderU Drive,Orange
tess. Gifts will be exchanged.All Park Fla. are the parents of a 5 Locations To Serve You L .. :---.J
members are asked to be baby Girl born November 28, ,
1 W. Forsyth Street present. Mrs. A.M.Harttog is 1967. Lori Leigh Nelson is the Try Our Delicious Hamburgerj-20 ;;.': ,: ,: :j .:, ..' ',,', !Bccded' Yllhyp .
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( 44)) Debutantes. A panel Showing 22 others appeared In last week's issue. I


( ) \ Rallies Herbert W. Gay, Counselor, William M. Raines High School; Darnell-Cowman Junior High School; Mrs. Florence L. Wilson
; In- Business Manager, Mrs King David Britt, Social Studies Instructor Instructor, West Jacksonville Elementary School; Mrs.
'retary, Darnell-Cookman Junior High School; Assistant Business Margaret H. Sutton, Cosemtologlst;, and Mrs. Vanorlan Schell,
I Stanton Manager, Miss Wwendolyn E. Schell, Instructor, Smart (Deceased). I
; Avery Pope Livingston Elementary School. Members are Miss Les Treiie Amles Club presents profiles of Its Debs who were
School; Coatsle G. Jones, Curriculum Assistant, DarnellCookmanJunior selected In recognition of their high standards school, civic,
,' High School, Mrs. Raymond S. Miller, Dean of Girls, and scholastic attainments.
Mrs.


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l i student at December 13
Hampton, December 23

psycho Luncheon, Mr. (Mr*. P.J.JenklnstlUnorlngJan1ceSutton Coffee, Mrs. Nathaniel Davis and Mrs. I.H.Burney, honoring
: / i English. via Dudley and Irvin Hilliard, 409 West 19lh St., 12.00-2:00: P.M. Shirley Renee Lewis, 1416 Jefferson St. 11:00: A.M.-I,00 p.m.

Fashion Luncheon, Mrs. S.P.Livingston and Mrs. G.G.Llttle-
December
Sou- 19 johnhonoring Arnest Schell, Waymola Stone, Juanita Fletcher
,$ Gall Canty and Joycelyn Nicks, 1424 Jefferson Street, 1.00 -
Bertha Ed- Brunch, Mrs. Louise Perkins,for Patricia White,1518 West 7th 3 P.M.
the bride Street, 11:00: A.M.-IOO: P.M.
: Mincy Dinner, Mrs. Alvin White, for Adratn McFarlin and Faye
Brunch, Mrs. James Turner, Mrs Thelma lUonesandMrs. Harris, Patti's Restaurant, 6:00: 8:00: P.M.

: 1 earlier James 1:00 P.M.Argrett, for Leola Dudley, 1216 West OthSt., 11.00: A.M.- Cocktail Party, Mrs. Daisy Coleman, honoring Gayle Mason,
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1624 W. 19th St., 700P.M.

Solre, Mrs. Erma Murry and Mrs. Emma Morgan for Shirley Discotheque, Mrs. E. DeVaghn Sweet, for Alva Barnett, Gail
Renee\ Lewis, Sharon McBrlda and Waymola Stone, 1470 West Canty, Fay Harris, Waymola Stone, Muriel Thompson,Joycelyn
Nicky Jolita Simmons Laura Williams and Adrian McFarlln
9th St., 6:008:00: : P.M. ,
1465 West 8th Street, I:30 P.M.

Dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carter, Sr., for Fay Harris and December 24
Emerell McNair, 1341 Lee Street.
Reception, Mis. Bennie L.Canty, Mrs. Herbert Gay and Mrs.
to Evening of Fun, Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. White, honoring Pat- S.Allen, honoring Angela Gall Canty, Alva Barnett, Alpha
: a com- ricia White, 1219 West 9th St., 8,00 P.M. Smith, Waymola Stone, Janlc Sutton, Juanlty Fletcher, Matu
marri Hall, Portia Hilliard, Sharon McBride, Debora Parsons and
direct the December 20 Vickie Striven, 1716 Calhound St. 4.00 6:00: P.M.

t Tal- Dinner, Mr. and Mrs. James H.Ilicks,honoring Mary Ann Reed Eggnog, Mrs William R.Toney and Mrs, Joan Spauling honor-
will be Holiday Inn, 6:00: 9:00: P.M. Ing Alva Barnett, Irvlyn Hillmai, Shirley & Renee Lewis
: will Dlerdra Satlerwhtt, Ivy Solomon, Felisa Vlllarin and Anest
February. Schell, 3731 Moncrief Rd. West, 8:00: P.M.
will Back Home, Mrs. Olga Bradham, for Maxla Underwood 2320
recruit- Edgewood Ave? 8.00-10.00: : p.m.
tie suited
needs Coffee, Mrs. James Joyner, for Irvlyn Hillmar, Linda Lewis, December I 25Open
the com- Janice Sutton, Mary Ann Reed and Anest Schell, 5713 Moncrief House, Mr 1 Mrs. James C. Bailey, honoring Joyce
I Rd. 10 A.M. to 12 Nixon Elaine Bailey, 5832 Lusaid Dr., 5,008:00: P.M. (Debs and
Escorts)
And December 21

Champagne Sip, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barndes honoring Alva
Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Florlzell Culbert for
CheryU Cyn
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Teams Barnett, Gail Canty, Anent Schell, Leola Dudley, Carolyn Peterson -
thla Culbert 1046 West 13th St. 11.30 1
A.M. 1:30
: p.m. Irvlyn Hillman Janice Sutton Gall Mason, Deborah
Parson and Sarah Roberts, 1712 Calhoun St., 7:00-9:00: P.M.
Luncheon, Mr. 4 Mrs. Robert Peppers, for Joyce Elaine Bailey -
and Felisa Vlllarin, 5919 Lusald Drove, 1:00-3.00: P.M. Soiree, Mrs. Nesby Lake and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton, for
in Jack- Muriel Thompson, Linda Lewis and Janice Sutton, 6026 Bag-
an All- Hobo Party, Mrs. Albert Peterson and Mrs. William Hall, for ley Rd. 7:00-10:00: : P.M.
Carolyn Peterson and Matu Hall, 6076 Kinnon Drive, 3.006:00p.m. :

Raines floor. .

lea, firs Elmer Gilbert, honoring Jackqelyn Legette, 3124 December 26
Kip Woodlawn Road, 4:00: 6:00: P.M.
l Breakfast Mrs. Margaret Wilson, for Maxla Underwood, 1363
no his more vi- Dubutante's Rehearsal Party, Mesdames Kills B. Bonner, West 12th Street, 9:00: 1100: A.M.
J. Alvin Clark, William T Harper, Wesley Johnson, DennisT.
score
Stewart and Otha Wooden, honoring Alva Barnett, Leola. Brunch, Mrs Joseph Thayer and Mrs. Rufus Webster,honoring
tornado Dudley, Jauanlta Flecher, Portia Hilliard, Irvlyn HillmanSte- Portia Hilliard, Heart of Jacksonville, 11.00 A.M.1.00: P.M.
la Ivy, Linda Lewis, Rense It Shirley Lewis, Adraln McFarlin,
said,was Joycelyn Nicks, Maty Ann Reed, Carolyn Rogers, Delrdre Sat- Brunch, Mrs Harry Campbell, honoring Alva Barnett, Way.
mola Stone and Patricia White, 11.30: A.M. 1:30: P.M.
pre- terwhite, Anest Schell, Vickie Sc riven, Jolita Simmons, Way
school mola Stone, Janice Sutton, Muriel Thompson, Maila Underwood,
of Felisa Vllbrln, Patricia White, Laura Williams and Sharon McBride Afternoon Bar-B-Q, Mrs. R.L.Monroe, Mrs. J.W.Browning
? 8:30: P.M. (Debs and Escorts). and Mrs. J. Emory McNair, for Emerelle McNair and Fay
Harris, 3077 Francis Road, 2:00: 5:00: P.M.

December 22 Dinner Date at Four, Mrs. Arthus Madry and Mrs Frank Ro-
NEWS oerts, honoring Aln Barnett, Joycelyn Nicks, Juanlta Flet
Brunch, Mrs. James Henderson, for Anest Schell, 252BSpirea. cher Muriel Thompson and Waymola Stone, 4,00 -7.00; P.M.
11.30A.M. -1:30 P.M.

Cocktail Hour. Mr William Adam for Deborah Parson,
ISSUE IS December 23 1713: camoun Street, 7.003700 P.M.

4 P.M. Debs Breakfast, Mothers of the Debs, honoring the Debutante Holiday Party, Miss Margaret Nixon, honoring Connie Nixon
Coterla, Holiday House, 3.00 P.M. 1458 W. atll St., 8.00 P.M.








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Scouts Court Of Honor United College Fund Drive



Ends Tonight At EbenezerThe


Duval Count United Negro College Fund Committee will

". terminate its 1967 Campaign( tonight beginning at 8.00 p.m. at

) 'I" the _e>_;_"__r MoHiodlst Church at Ashley and Clay streets

A very Interesting program Frank Hampton, William T.
., .. has been arranged to take place
Harper, Wendell C. Holmes,Jr.
\ at the affair during which time Mrs. Hattie I I. James, Mrs V.
.. final I will be made by the
/ / T reports C. Johnson, Rev Walter N. Kal-
I various divisions, committees, if, Mrs Myrtle B. Greene,

Atty. William H. Maness, Mrs

t-' 'xcvc., Sallye B. Mathis, Senator John

E. Matthews, Marion Marvin,
george H. Nairn, Rev, E.W.

I Newman, Prime Osborn, Uriahh

potee, RodeU F. holoerts,Dr

1 1 (lya Andrew A. Robinson, Rev SJS.
w Robinson, Dr. W.W. ScheU, Jr.,

\ Gert H.W.Schmidt, Dr. J. IrvingE
Sc liIt, Sr? Charles E. Simm -

,ns.Mrs. Mary E. Singleton,
l I Mrs. Charlotte C. Stewart, 1MSulz .
rn.St. Ashland Verlan-
w- aclier, W.

g John Baptist Church's scout' troop No. 73 held its court of the Muscogee District, namely Troop 302 Awards were madeWalter Marshall, Sr: ;it scout muter Star Photo by--A.Paul der, Dr Eartha M.M. White and'

honor Sunday. District executives were present Troops camp (to Glen Anderson, and Paul Israel for outstanding work Rev. Crawford. Mrs Anolta Williams

from.. Grtatt Payne: Friendly:' liautlM.I. l tit I )1..1(111,1.( and from ______ ___ .._ .._ __
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CME Rev. Charles Spivey, Jr. Gets St. Paul Baptist Florida Memorial Makes History El NEST NEWMAN St. Thomas

Holsey "rr-H,17..JIJld, s. ,'1 ups. iud ndi- Honors

Council Of Churches PositionNEW Communes Sunday \Idrl.lh.1 I :', 1 H. r rill st New-

Sunday school is at 30wttli: \\ 11I.11'' is I list [be s 1 r ,
rs
the pastor in charge. Tile evening :; :: '. OKI 1\, :N.Y,- liev. Charles S.Spivey: Ji ., Wilberfi Ct.Olilo Communion services will bevin Musi f f., l the ''d" .issi!f>l I'' will be Erskine Hepburn

service begins at (L:30.: On has !,((lamed executive director of(National, Council) at 4 p.m. Devotions wlU t furnished I b} tl,tamed betlmne-

Sunday, December 24, a Christma of Chin les' Dept tmpnt (If Social Justice be led by Deacons and the Cho- Coukman College Choir, under

;, tea will be held al the slug-rev harli s spivey Wilberforce University, whichhe ral Group, to be in consecra- the direction of Professor C

chvclI. l iJ Die church is located Dr Spivey, Whine appointment has headed as dean since tion at 3:45.: Devotions will be Thomas D. Damps
Charles D. Brooks chairmanof
a Tiiid and franklin. Htv is effective immediately,comes 1959. led by Deacons Dorsey Parson c
Dave MrFlvin is past >r. totleNatienalC iincil from Payne "The National Council of and Braxtoa Love Sunday the Education and Schools

--- .. --- --- I Ihorlloiu.cl Seminary at C' i acres is indeed fortunate to school begins at 9:30: with Deacon Division is expected to report
secure the leadership,skill and Edward Jefferson as superintendent full participation on the part of

judgment of one as highly qualified The pastor will all local principals and teac- >
as Dr. Spivey In an area so review the lesson Prayer ser- hers who have been working for 1

WRITE WRHC TODAYWin vital to the life of our nation and vices begin at 7 p.m each Tues the United Negro College Fund

thc world," Dr. Espy secretary day night. Bible study and tea- L n f, Campaign for the past several
weeks. The Education and
Sill
chers meeting will be Friday
$25.00 For Your Church In this key post, Dr,Spivey will night at 7 p.m. The public is Schools Division was attemptingto
IH responsible for coordinating invited raise at least $7,500, which
and interrelating the NCC's' will be matched by that amount
Cut out the coupon below and lIIan\: tasks within the broad from the Winn-Dixie Stores

!purview of social justice, antipoverty Foundation The Countywidegoal
write your question, then mailto economic life, racial DEADLINE FOR NEWS ttiF this year according to

justice, social welfare, reli- James Carmeron chairman andI

radio station WRHC P. 0. gious liberty, and special ministries H. Durney, co-chairman is
I17
such as those to the migrant FOR CHRISTMAS ISSUE IS '$-10,000.00 --

farm workers, Indian Americans Tlie contributions received ERSKINE HEPBURN

Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla. and Spanish-speaking .. W from Duval County, along with) On Sunda\ light, at Si, Thomas
MONDAY MC. 184 P.M. I .
I .as
erl<'oIns. iir. .> I .... lands raised throughout the Baptist Church, Rev W.C Neal
Flondi Memuul C cnlvpredominantly Negro rour- state, will be used to help sup-
PHONE: 389-1111 illctf{ pastor, Erskine' Hepburn, will
I 24 Hour Ambulance Service year Itvtral arts I ill> ccccc tin Unite i SUtc, is building a port higher education in 32 different be honored by the church Hep-
SHC LOWS The WI ,C "ht u1 I Itox' will attempt t tj get i Iii c mpus n Miami i III' f 1111. p placid ,st recently to Dr predominantly Negru institutions burn is a native Bahamian and

,< s pr I II' any question you nu) have' "n any sul")jc''t, Such Mii: )' Olivia l Russ< i 11,111111.11 !lit isident of the W men's Auxiliary All of these Institutions has been Ir America since Ij51.

is 'I' hulls 1 rents, taxes' nh and countygovernment! and so fur the Nation 1 iptlbt convention Her visit honored of higher learning are He is a president of the Retail,

'I, Only S5.00 Di J.A.F,Flnlays( n, foreground, president (If tin Flllrida located in southern states, according Wholesale and DepartmentStore
Willi' tin"i 'iiestmns lJeluw nd mill at onl'0111 questiond I aptlst Convl'ntlon. Florida Memorial College, Insored the to Dr Richard V. Union of the FAF-CIO: ,

r" c answer, along will i y your" name and ad tress will beI For Service AnywhereIn lianqi/ t in the I ik jiivilII td l, Miami. Di Susie" hilly, left, Moore and James Huger, state Local 589 Hepburn has been

I oj I ))51 from time to time UII WhIIC< so pleas print your Htv, Al..Ccliman, i I rater, and( Dr. 1 loyal< W. Piiveii President and assistant state directors of outstanding in his interest for

'n<' .old 1 1 address. Write as often as you like and listen for i -? "f f !the arswU onWl.I1C, MOO on your r sill ''II ; 1111 i the air 24 hours .. ,: on the Duval County United Negro
a day. "'\ i'r,1I1 ""I' d\plrHnl'ul I fuel, which, was [in suited tl) Dr. Hilay- organize Negro laborers in the
F th best question each week during this mailing, KadioWldiC I ileyardless s("I., I lit I ,. iii HIM cc ill ripen| i lasses in hIIIIII' itemUr, ''r "f College Fund Committee in state. His before
tal1ol1 will award $Z,00;; to the church of your choice Complete Funeral ''''''""i 1J1"t-" I 1 llllld.1 i M n"ml i ('IIl1"1 it, PI, (Itll.t addition to those named above the National appearances I.ahor Relations

M .11JbS I ION: IS: -------- --- .. .. are: Roland S. Kennedy, treasurer
Board, without a lawyer, have
Dr. James Greene,
For Less Than .. : 30,000 Pounds Of Food Spent se"retary, Mayor Hans Tani- burn been successful received a Certificate results. Hep-of
ler, lion raiy chairman; Dr.
'300 to M.200 Al>wi-I Kisblmg, Or James H. Commendation from the OEC
j jbervice for contributions of clothing
From Fifth District AME'S Lewis
Hugh Abernathy Mrs given by the union lie is a mem-
Sallye B. Baldwin, Mrs S.E ber of St. Thomas Baptist

Tlf. I Delta Negroes Brooks, Dr. Jacob Bryan, III, Church and is secretary of the
PLEASE PRIN:; : ai To Starving Dr. 1 L.n, Childs, James E. board of trustees
M'A IE IS < \ II CL t Davis, Nathaniel Davis, Dr J.
WAI! rfcR: 1 1. DOKMAN c ,UH-: \ \IL'''F.hi. -Muth t I. 1'1'' .c ,1 I"" nils I fix ,11" rdisMijsiisi f
C. Downing, Robert R. Feagin,
MADDKESS ISV I 11'1111"1' i, III, L.. ;",-ii',; II'' the |'|ii.' 1) Itu I I..IV 'been.

m. question! is judged! : best, please send $2.00 to the churchof Walter Dorman Funeral Home ,.lIt t ti tha" DC'Hi Minis' i I II} I IMeth iii lull d sin t III t tit M'I' i ii .i

mv (1lIlIce, which Is dlsl t.llhl( I pal| (-1 uri I IOn I. ulle, j'PIIII., prtsiiiiiL IJI..I I II lip I
I hind when IIII' slupmi "I I the fifth!I dl lrlCt. 1 bl"h..p Religion And Race

an IVl'd in Greenville! *' is is- Prlmu also gavetl >f> Ita MIII-

(PHIS: I r NAME I NAMF 01 UK Al r""I'I\i: [4105 St. Augustine Rd. Phone 398-9011 hop 11. rii mis Primin, :Nash', .islry $::,,000 contributed! t\

----- ----- ---- -- -- ---- -- ------ n ____ __..,,____ mplIIllI'rs 01 ins district to help HtSTKUUUl:: .E
..- CARDS OF THANKS in buying fond stamps for

He finn:' "I J elf Oro "IoS,1I,, families without ine mt>s. NEW:: YORK-(N;PI) An ell( It point plan to rest u ture the
PHILCO Puts the Magic of The Delta Ministry is ithree- Commission or f
NEW PHILCO wishes t t" Thank, cier..ce fit Religion and Race, United Presbyter ian church,
Trams;sfors in. FortablQ TV their Cuds, Telegrams, Flrw-, vear old project of the National was approved l hy COIiAR's executive committee last month The
Council of Chui dies working proposal, is aimed at
ers, and Visits. Sipipd Mrs strengthening the entire program of the
Automatic VPIJ i Mie :Nix. with the pour and dispossessed church In matters of race for the ensuing years
WasherSpec cf the Mississippi -
Negroes
_. )1 .
-- -
-.. Delta in the areas of DISAPPOINTED

.... .."a_._______ __ Themiiof, Trin ,to" IN MEMORIAM CIIIIII unity i and economic de-
.._ lUn vel ipm! "nt, BOSTON
r'I. mihrc -Disappointment
1 Df. i In I vine MPIII"n IIf cur was expressed last week
-, &l '1 ski big dilferenrr'h B liusliind end father, Ilit l*>rt Representatives of the Nat. spokesman for the American Jewish Congress over, by a
[r"-- ; tonal Council! of Churches, the other things 'black among
: ". 'W' I Ii Chewer whidepartedt'lishfe' U.S Department of Agricultureand Communist ,hate extremists (who) begin to parrot Arab and
mlI Dee.emli M Ui"Me propaganda "
against Israel
Speaking before
i--------------- -_ -- other AME officials were in the AJC's
i bid ne me a last farewell policy-making national governing council in Sch-
: : Greenville when the food shipment wartz Hall ,
\, \. m I not e, ''n said ge "idliveHe arrived last week The AJC president, Brandeis from University, Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld,
Cleveland
was lone before we knew said: "These
I \, 1 Delta Ministry will cooperatewith cannot be......used developments
-fI -' : it and nly God know why local AME Churches in as excuses for turning our backs on the
I : Our hearts still .tctie Negro struggle for equality We
in (still) seek
: I distribute of th e food and Negro equality for our
brothers
'' jj loneliness' Our shed because we are
a taa yes> m ne> commanded to do Justice"
mui} teal God "nlv knows
: Contributions: t totaling more NEW
3j how much we miss rum At 11w than $13,000 fit'i fen,1 stamps ARCHBISHOPKASAMA
i iI
PHILCO 19-inch end of lonely .
a vt uSipied
II have (been received by the Delta
Wife and Cluldrtn Zambia-,Another black
African has
been
II 20/20 COLOR TV near-starvation Ministry Slll'p April condition when the of to kasansha the archblsopric.who lie is the Most\ Rev Clement P.elevated Chabu-

,. was installed last
'' thousands IIf Negroes November 23, as head of the
ONLY Mississippi -
I ,::, : ,: ,I Kasama archdiocese, Installation
IN MEMORIAM U' tc reeve national ceremonies were presided
pan
: > p .'" over by the Pope's
1I \ 1 Ilu" atteitmn Money, f"od and clothing Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to Zambia, Arch-
bishop Alfred Poledrinl
.
1I tic ,I". \HI Y' .. tu help ne -me'orae families

I r. 'pi' have Canadi come from 34 states and COUNCIL SPEAKER


... In response to this increase
: GENEVA-When the Fourth
the Delta Min- Assembly of the World Council
in aid uljMe, of
Sleek Full Powered! Churches
PHILCO I C istrv has extensively expandedits the list of convenes in Uppsala, Sweden, next July 4-20, among
If distinguished speakers will be Dr
welfare and relief program Martin Luther

::..jf.: l!:;;:: :' I TABLE RADIO in eight-Delta Washington Counties, in Bolivar Mississippi -, King Baptist, Jr faith 64. Dr.Nobel King Prize will winner deliver and the a sermon representative at the July of the 4

:ij'r! Hump- morning opening session, to be attended by
____.-=__ HI. Ii "t. I Tallal 'hle I Sunflower, tian leaders from some 2,250 Chris-
Model W ?GI ,. ( t Clt : I I hre '. Yazoo, Sharkey and Is- throughout the world His topic will be
:: :.:iiti;:! !: J :. :;'I I cce A "1 saqu i' fIl. ,it i I.as leer able todShl 'Behold, I make al' things new," (Revelation 21:5): .

o 1.11 Permanent 0 Flex.a,wash Agita/,: :::: ;j: rriti/pr f folic P '. j.OOo nll-lIIlum"\Jt'r&oI\B
: p DOSe stl CONCLUSIONS
press cycle tor washes clothesAutomatic :; Cis ;t n. 1'lIr; I h t"lIlg food stamps.D .
PH Li 0 R'i !tithe .cclui I If 'f ,
sated toad and
clean clothing are
o sparkling N,' I I r""f- .1 1 1S 11 i 11 ': i ,1. DETROIT-(NPI)-Among the conclusions reached at last
--d 11 l 111 relief sit-
/JUSTIN TIME 't I f'oy f" s" It'i' UM emergency month's follow-up to the World Conference
Church Soc-
soak 0 Only 26 < ,, on and
wer wd .Unle families
I
p I FOR CHRISTMAS 1 I'. t ((1lo.led I c,'" tat i. are a- iety held in 1966 at Geneva, was one which held "Violence and
waiti i' enrollment in the food
AutomaticFilterDispenser' no violence are alternate forms of
,' :-.. :_ stamp and welfare programs or stages of powerBoth require varIous -
propaganda,persuasion
-- REV WMCUMM1NGSII ; aCQuIsItion of job training and ,negotiation and follow-up
Another
measures
('" $998 believed that "systematic violence
maybe
'
o Water Saver .. Value Priced at L'lIng,' Mt'in : c f in employment Introduction this of the violently confronted by Its main victims as well as by others on
den Father, lie\ M. year their behalfsandmustalsobeconfrontedbynonvlolent;
federal minimum has increased attempts
Cummings, who d" laittd wage to overturn injustice."
"-
the number of
--- unemployed -
life nine
years ago, Decem-
ber 15, 1958. agriculture workersto TOWARD SAME END
OPEN a new high In August, tra-
Some may forget you new
q that you are gone But we hall litlonally a month of high em- HARRISBURG, Pa,-(NPI)-The recent action by the Pennsylvania -
ployment for seasonal labor
EVERY NITE DIMIS remember you no matter how Catholic conference for immediate enactment of
crul.nituI.e. 13,000 persons were added to open
long. housing legislation on the state level
.::: food assistance programs In has evoked a similar
Signed: Admiral, T aft position In Nebraska and Michigan.
'Til CHRISTMAS Bishop Glennon P. Flavin of
135 Mississippi.
Broad
St.
353-57V1 Ruth, Daniel, David, RUby the Lincoln (Nebr.) diocese expressed support for open occupancy -

Lillian and, Family T h e 1 m a, Children Zaletki measures as did Lansing's(Mich)Bishop Alexander M.














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SATURDAY DECEMBER 16, 1967 STAR PAPERS !PA6E 5


,I Young Peonies' Union Funeral Directors Plan
Sweeti field

t- CHURCH HE ismn.j I Cornerstone Laying Confab For August

. . MIAMI-Plans for holding the
Will Be Next YearThe IOCS national cpnventlon of the
national Funeral Directors
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST u and
--- cornerstone laying of the Morticians Association, Inc.,at

Rev.exercises E.I.Norman will, pastor be December, Mrs. Jessie 24 at Ward 4 p.m.reporter.Mrs, Florence Christmas .t .W' '' fj'f: (I) Sweetfleld D.B.Barnes Baptist pastor Church, has Rev.been the Sheraton, Aug 4-8 Four, were AmbassadorsHotel completed
from December 17 to
postponed
last week by the NFDMA con-
Smith will be in charge. Sunday school begins at 9:30: with Dea- [ January CrystalSquare Lod- vention committee.
Eunice Dunson in The lesson WIU be reviewed > .
con charge uj 'r
ge 523 will be in charge Bro- According to General Sec-
11 with the 1
at
the pastor. The morning worship begins a m C\
ther T.McCall U worshipful
Robert H
.
retary Miller
deacons in charge of devotions Choir No. 2 and Usher Board ( f'I Chicago -
master. the also checked
No. 2 will serve throughout the dav with Mrs. Fannie Jacksonin .J.. !", I group on
i H. Simmons, DDGM Is calling
charge of music. District No.5 and No.7 will meet at 3:30: n i'i possible sites in Atlanta and
'f Masons of Duval County and Aitlacent'counties '
Baltimore for the 69 and 70
P.M. Sunday. District No. 6 will meet at 4:30. BTU will be I ,
to meet at the
at 5 p.m. with Deacon Wilson in charge o. The evening wor- J conventions Other committee
Masonic 410 BoardSt.
Temple, ,
members Felton H. Purnelland
will be delivered by the are
ship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons ,j Saturday December 16, at 7,30
pastor. Prayer meeting worship begins at 6 p.m.. Both ser- l rr + i Perry J. Brown
The master's degree will be
on Tuesday nights Mrs. Jessie Ward Is reporter. t r i '4 tlI conferred with worshipful Meanwhile meeting the of thirty-first the NFDMA'g annual -

TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL masters E.Pearce, Hamilton board of directors will conveneat

The Christmas program will, be ;presented: on December 24 and FD.Jordan, Sr. in charge the Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia -

as 5:30, with H.M.Lawerence as supervisor Christmas prac- April 21-23. A meeting oftI
tice will take place Tuesday at 4 p.m. All youth choirs rehearse Mrs. Pugh SingsAt l le' organization's executive
Tuesday afternoon, All adult choirs and the Senior ,H ard will follow
Male chorus rehearsal Wednesday Prayer meeting wit I be .. I St. Paul AME
Wednesday night, Sunday school begins at 9:30: a.m. with First Corinth
Superintendent Lawerence in charm. The lesson will be )
r
reviewed by Miss W.E,Young, In charge. All adult choirs, and L On December 17 Has CommunionC
the Senior Male Chorus,as well as Usher board no. 3 will serve
3 will serve The Stewardess Hoard Ni,.1 1 Services will beheld
The Young Peoples Union met Sunday at the Church of liod in dent Miss Cynthia Jackson Is secretary. Mrs. Thelma Edwards of St. Paul AMA; Is presenting it First Cui Lath Baptist
UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTSIT Unity and spent the afternoon in song and praise. The pic- is treasurer Mrs. Latimore Is supervisor managerand Mrs Annie Bell Pugh in. .1 i 0 I"n I t I II, Suiirtj Sri,ool will be at.J.i"
ture shows, on the far left, Mrs Alberta latimore supervisor founder Star Photo by A. Paul Crawford. musical recital SIIIdl\, .Dl'( m. t
school with her singers and officers Mrs Inez Harris is presi l her 17, at "'30, in the l"wl'l i Hi m,lIIlIg( service begins at
Sunday begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and
ujditorium 1 Ii; !flu,
aim deacons will be in
teachers in charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the
Mrs. Mar> 1.Singlfti nispusidpnl : '- 11 hii 11 At. 3 4r, communion,
charge pastor. of Deacons devotional A.JJJoblnson at 11 a.m. All and choirs L.B.Brooks will serve will, as be well In Deadline For News For Christmas Issue Is Monday Dec. 18 Rev A. C. (C,bundle I is si\it, < will i lit' held with Rev.
pastor J'I 11's i III (1"lrKp.l
as the ushers. Holy Communion will be administered in the I .. ,
evening Jerusalem Baptist Church will be guest. Mrs. Leo- c. .. -----,- --- --.
mia Miller reporter Rev, Jake Ray, pastor. Church address -
613; i ... ::D" : '
; Pippin ec "n.90, [JI.mt'.1 ilo :\1'1\T' h' ': :, 't.I.T'th' I ,
MT. TABOR BAPTIST ; ; p. mfJYe; s > ', ( rl8 m"6: :

Sunday school begins at 9:30. Deacon Jason Barr will be In
charge. The pastor will review the lesson. Consecration takes
place at 1045.: Rev. Overstreet will preside. The choirsof
the church will present their candlelight program In the the in !!
evening. BTU will be at 5 p.m. Deacon Paul Behan Is pre- A.Here's Big Buy Comfort
sident r'hntr NO, 1 will sing during the morning worship.
Mis, Ela M. Singleton Is organist. Usher board No. 3 will"'
serve, Rev O.T.Overstm-t is pastor, The church address is
1451 Mt. Hermon arslr

NEW MT OLIVE t

Holy communion will be held at 6:30: with the pastor and dea- King Size Recliners IWf'
cons in charge. The pastor Rev. W.L.Glanton. will deliverthe
sermon. Sunday school begin at 9:30: with the superintendent -
and teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by
the pastor. Consecration services will be held at 11 a.m. Devotions -
wl1l I follow The deaconess board will meet at 5 p.m.
Usher GO.:d 1 1.0. I will serve throughout the day with Mrs.
Wtllalm Davis serving as musician On Tuesday night prayer
)
meeting Is held.as well as Bible Study. Choir No 2 meetson $ 4
Wednesday night at 7:30. Choir No 1 will meet Thurs- A SAVE $20.07 !
day at 7:30. The Gosoel Chorus will meet Friday at 7:30. \-4' ,

Youth Choir No 3 will meet Saturday at 4 p.mbETIUEIEM 1 r. rl t' ,,.



/: RAP. S. ( ,
'
Sunday schools begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Eugene 88
Sawyer, Mrs. Lillie Webber, and Mrs. Sadie Fedd In charge 0 '
The morning service begins at 11 a..Dinner will be serve by Regular3Da 119.%
the Senlo Choir: She evening service begins af 6 p.m. Usher 'F
Board No. 3 and the senior choir will sing. Rev. Anderson will
be tncharge of services. /'u 'tntrVi F(.(., I p a > sOnly !

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GRANT MEMORIAL AME CHURCH Hcla\ .'('llnt
Sunday School begins at 9:30, with A.V. Rose, superintendent,
in charge He will be assisted by his staff Dr. A. Joseph Red- II'r.; // ...
dick, pastor, will preach from the theme "The Lost Art", at :
the 10:45: a.m. worship and at 6:45 he will exhaust the theme Adjust for Lounging;
No.3 and the Ushers Board No. '
Where The Action Is. Choir
IIiIh.i Hill It. 11 hantl UIIIC' t hair, i i. a
3 will serve throughout the day. The pastor Is requesting all 1"I! ,
members of the newly organized Young Matrons' Club to meet- 11I"11'. LImilt.., I Di) .IIIM' -l h l Ic.d Kith. all
immediately at the close of the morning service.The local onion I Full// /(('('lining ;
tirofoant
of the ACE Fellowship will meet at 3 p.m. A.W. Cottrell is ? ,! tl\4'r polsiiretlialie. I'.ltl.lin

in charge. < ctrtllllUIlIflc.d t t Iillo\i I 11,4'1 k .
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By WHITNEY M, YOUNG JR

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company E REWARD OF the passing .if t'rancii,
Men of ii! faiths lure mciurnuin Clh'UdidHe
ONE DUTY DONE IS
was ,I man' .of. great personal warm ,
nal Spellman.
THE POWER TO \ leader of Catholics In New
his years *s the spiritual
many
FULFILL ANOTHER' l fORt ,
MEMBER -.u.cs > .r York and in the armed forces were Italy marked by his concern

for brotherhood.
I will always treasure the memory of one of the last times 1

NEGRO PRE say him, I had Just returned from my visit with Pope Paul VIA
nor'H THE Vatican last summer.Cardinal Spellman heard ot my talwith
Pope Paul and the appeal I made for a strong condemnation -

of racism.
at the dedication ceremonies -
We were both scheduled to appear
ERIC 0. SIMPSON ManiiR Editor of a new building. As I mounted the platform, I saw Cardi-

nal SpaUman rise from his seat. Hecrossed the platform, em-
braced me and told me how glad he was that l met with the Pope.
HILDA WOOlEN Circulation Mniir "We are with you,"he said. And we always wu with Ito farces

who were fighting against segregation i always
found him a warm supporter of the efforts the '

2323 Moncrief Road Phone Elfin 4-6712 fl. Urban League was making to enlist America's I 1

} churches In the battle for equal opportunities
Mailing Address / In fact, the Catholic Church has been in the 11
/ \ forefront of this fight.
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P.O. BII 539 Jacksmille Florida 32201 1' ; I'm not Just talking about visible signs like
I :
Father Croppl's marches for open housing In
Milwaukee o. the nuns and priests who braved
MIAMI OFFICE / racist mobs In Chicago and Selma. There are other elements

GING i less dramatic, but perhaps even more meaningful.
Phone 151.3819 Some dioceses for example. Insist that all the businesses

deal with employers. That meant
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Vy are equaly opportunity
that if a builder or supplier doesn't sire and train Negro work-
(One Year $8 00 Hall Year $5 00 ers, he doesn't get church contracts. Most people don't realize

Mat ltd to You AnvKhr-re in the United States hew Important this can be, but America's churchs rank Just

Subscription: payable in advance 10 UTIME behind the UJS.Government in annual purchases of goods and

Send Check or Money order to : services.So .
an economic boycott can really hit companies where It
FLORIDA STAR POBOX 599 We talk all want about changingthe
c.C hints, In their pockets. can we
Jacksonville 1. Florida hearts of men, but sometimes the way to a businessman'sheart

Is through his pocketbook.
I We've been fortunate in having a religious community In the

Anti-Draft United States tha is, by and large, aware of Its moral responsibilities -
Proponents AND JUSTICE! to eliminate racism. Leaders of organized Catholics

Protestants, and Jews are almost unanimous in this. Why then

Could Be In TroubleIt --- is racism still such a problem
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-- -- - -- Part of the reason of course, Is that many people will follow
is serious: enough} fur civilian and stuili -- I their spiritual leaders in purely religious matters, but back

'nt protestor to IlItl'rlprclith the drafli t of when it comes to changing their set attitudes In other areas.

i militan 1 l recruit inn But when a young mallit l I t Another reason is that too many religious leaders Just aren't
YOUR
t draft age burns his draft card or tears 0 1 WeeklyHOROSCOPE outspoken enough.

it into bits when a young male refuses titak hut we live in times of crisis. Our urban problems Just won't

t <, t the army induction oath, a serious of- 1 wait for them to conquer their timidity.Racism is a sin like no
; other, and the churches have to be In the forefront of the fight
committed
t luise has been
( GUIDE against It If they wish to be relevant institutions in today'
Citizens have a right to protestbut thli: changing world.

should/ ] be within the confines of the law. In addition to preaching brotherhood, churches can use their

(jlll ('rnmc rot ,officials don't want to ..epcour.a -; I powerful economic muscle to force integration in the busi-

:a ; whop is increasing in an alarming propor struggling Negro businesses. Then can enlarge their educationand

t tton.' ) Now it appears that something shout d j socUl" welfare programs in the ghetto. They can use their
authority to push for necessary legislation like open housing,
demonstra
l III'teats) )done involving about many illegal of the acts.recent But what act '. I II WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 1e and ghetto.can apply pressures on local authorities on behalf of the

t t i mils should be taken by the government< And they can educate their white parishioners in the morality

.In' not prepared to say. I :1 and decency they need to overcome prejudice.For the so-call-
ed "Negro problem" is really a "white problem" in that it is
Hrd Brooks, the black power leader ii I I BUSINESS
Tennessee, has been arrested for hiS' fail, LOVE TRAVEL 1 the prejudice and Irrational hatreds by whitepeople which cause
I our racial dilemma.
(let' to take the induction oath. \\h11e\ Brook; 1
j America's churches have done slot,but like the rest of us, the
is offering several contentions to upholi __ __ ,_ a need to do more.Congress.
Ins so-called rights not to be drafted, h e -- - -- ---.- i

may have got: himself into serious difiicult ARIES CAh .ER LIBRA CAPRICORN

t \
From the time of thp ancient Greeks and BORN MARCH21thAPRIl BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC.

\K< 'mums men have been conscripted for the 22nd JAN. 19thIt's
23rd OCT. 23rdIt's Passes
military and in those countries the men 19thDo tod JULY 22nd for the better. The ways of Meat Check Bill

who refused to serve in the army or desert- It now. It's never too early Take a bow The diligent ones your party You art at your fate work mysteriously but mysteriously

,K ci| brought eternal shame upon himself. The! to start writing your greetings, who have reached a high sta- best when you crn arrange for but surely even whenIt
iti/ens t would have nothing to do with him, especially to far away places, tion in life through their own gay parties and s >r'' of pay the is not given to all of us to Several weeks ago Ralph McGill of the

and so he became an outcast. and to wrap up presents and get efforts can now take their bows role of Cupid to bring people understand. Whatever is goingIn Atlanta Constitution gave an alarming expose -

The armed forces cannot afford to lei t them mailed. And with a New You seem to be as qualifiedto you like together. This may involved the lives of may Capricorn; of the practices some meat processing -

males circumvent the draft because thewAr I Moon ushering In the month, lead as you once were to much correspondenceand is enough to keep you worriedand companies who were not covered bv fed-
you receive planetary sanction: serve. But the competition will telephoning but yuu usuallyare on tenterhooks. You may eral meat inspection laws. These
have to be fought whether the male citizens I not to let practices
sued
also set its one things not
traps for mak- even be sure whether
of
a auspicious character. Do you you were a threat to the health
of
isiint to light them or not. Think of what not overlook the possibility of ing it essential to maintain stand in your way. On the other have been harboring the right and the greedy grafters 'after the nation,

would{ ) happen to a nation if every male re- extracting a raise or promo- vigilance, and to behave In a handthls could place an addi- hopes or whether you even wishto did not mind huge profits
tuseij to shoulder arms tion when the quality of your way so as not to invite any tional burden on the budget have them fulfilled But for selling meat that was not fit
skills Is such as to warrant criticism. Power can be very which may be groaning under some of you who can tap your for a skunk to eat.

m'!king your bid. While you appear heady and It must be wielded the pressure that it is already tuitional resources, the mes- Congress should be congratulated for the

to be entirely Justified In with restraint and discretion. sustaining. A roundabout way sages should be loud and clear rapid action it took in the matter and especially
looking out after yourself and Take all this, in consideration may be found to achieve the You stand good change of hear for the passage of the bill which

All Negroes Can't Get In Same Bag I IIt your interests, only the greatest and adopt a program of acti- Ott same:. results painlessly on the hearing from friends who live extended federal meat inspection standards
vity tht will in other
of tact and displomacy of brighten rather than parts of the world, to all packing and
8-40-33-IO-61-666( processing plants
the highest order must be relied tarnish your prestige. There living'you occasion to reminisce
is a general thought not only in the upon to obtain the desired are additional indications that SCORPIO and recall some pleasant Certainly this is a victory for ttJconSUIQt"T ,

.South but also across the nation, that all results. Any other method ofa you also establish: the basis Interludes of the past. who deserves the finest meat' and
forceful kind could hold for a solid economy through 3-70-83-14.26-407 by-products his money can buy.
MI you
u: oeh:: are Black Power advocates. This BORN OCT.
t i no- back far longer than Is nec- contive thinking and prac- The passage of this bill will tiring in
ton A' similar is erroneous. cessary or suspected.Just keep tic..... But if you start usurp- 24th NOV. 22ndIs AQUARIUS line those meat processes who have no pro-
attitude has been demonstrated out of other people's troublesTt ing authority that is not yours BORN JAN professional ethics. This is the kind of
t tirt.ud(( ; the youth of this land \Ih'nH watch nut it good There is a possibility -
less
apply e you know of them, the hang that Jesus was referring to
when he
tilt 1 Ijbi'l l-, "the hippies gen. ration, Sta- more peace of mind will you 6-80-11-17-78-293/ of a change, whether it is 20th FEB. 18th talked about "His Father's Business. The
tist ', have been a Job or living quarters. The
) (. published to the effect have LEO lesson he
The taught was that a man should let
that onlv about 3 percent of American 1 I6O221928321TAURUS quarters. question! that you
> youth will have task yourself is Respond energetically. With his Chrisdian profession and practice be
lit t t t.ls! categorv' Likewise
ul Ant, clean about j vet cent BORN JULY whether this ill be for the bet- Mars acting as a sort of pro- exemplified in his daily business and on the
Negroes could be indentified a* ter as far .s the family and pelling force for the duration wor><- a- day.1 job.
11.KK! Power proponents. BORN APRIL 13rd AUG. 22nd yourself are concerned. Should of the month. You will be right t

\rtn.it: creates the BLacK Power impressionmost Waste not. The younger one is, there be any doubt on the matter out in front arranging for for

:: is the news media in this country whenit 20th MAY 20th the less value is placed on t.me. you had better do a lot of thinking social events, club doings, family -

overplays' incidents associated with Rap Take And yet, it is fleeting and before and investigating before you reunions, or whatever else This Week
a stand. Efforts In
exertedby
Blown and Stokely Carmichael. These fellows both we know it, far more years have chosen a path from which ou are convinced In essentialfor Negro HistoryDec.
partners to
back
rabble-rousers, and notorie- get thre is no turning beak. Finan- the true
are agitators, together and to rebuild their lie behind that ahead of us. It observation of the
t \ seekers.We lives on a more solid basis is fleeting and More we knowit cial conslderatios will no doubt yuletide. It is Important through

\! make no quarrel with Negroes for being to be favored lather than atti-,are far more years lie behind play a big part in reachingyour not to lose you head or calm- 17, 1807 John Greenlead Whittier, anti-slavery poet
than ahead of us. It is when this final conclusions, as well ness under any circumstances
resentful of their economic, educational and tude that drive them further a- born.
:social I life in America; and yet this condition part. Concessions of an econo- moment arrives that we realize they thing sould.as setting There your is hopes such too a those especially who in you dealings with Dec. 17, 1951 Genocide in U.S. petition presented to United
the
mic that many of our old dreams posess authority. -
does not give the right to riot nature may have to be made high far Nations.
anyone beyond the
have never been fulfilled th- ability of They could very well Impede Dec. 18 1815
by elth or both. This seems necessary Battle of New Orleans had than 500 free
more
and create disordsr or chaos. The \intelligi from the roung our own fault and omis- your pocketbook to live up to your progress and place Negroes as
i black citizen uses his mind and does security sions. Leos them obstacles in soldiers.
standpoint as well. Most Tau- who believe that 990-88-17-63-909 your path as a Dec. 18,1865 Thirteenth Amendment
nut< ht his emotions rule him as do the reans have to be especially reserved they ca n still acquire skills, retaliatory measure fled abolishing slavery rati-

black power prophets. and attentive in their exucation and most of all, success SAGITTARIUSBORN 7-90-55-12-91.381 Dec. 19, 18'15 Dr. Carter G. Woodson, hlsotrlan-founder Association
Most the course of their should really get down to -
Negroes in daily professional relationships tc for Study of Negro Life and History
,
lives have been confronted with racial incidents prevent the formation of pow- business whitout further delay. NOV. PISCES was born. He established Negro Week.
History
discrimination: and prejudice.. But e'Iui; : animosities i 1 40 -11 16 42 479VIRBU Dec. 19, 1899 Birth of Rev. Martin Luther
: 73rd DEC. 21st BORN FEB. King St., father ol
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we must remember that we are not born hating v'IAn- ." UU 1/" ;''1 4 J Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.inSt.Stockbrtdge,

other people of a different racial ori- GEMINI those bring you that lasting are directed happiness solely than ISrti MAR. 20th Ga.

gin. This is taught by parents and associ BORN AUG. by ambitious or material consi It never fails. Just when you Dec. 20, 18GO South Carolina seceded from the Union giving

ates. May God forbid the spread of racial BORN MAY 23rd SEPT. 22nd derations.bush have everything figured out Dec. 20 rise-to the Civil War '
1092
hate in this manner, be it by parents or Is It sound? You may oe start- to get your point across. down to the last detail, some- Paul Laurence: DWlbar, Negro poet, published

black power proponents.In 21" JUNE 21st the month under a misappre- We live in a period when top thing unexpected crops up to Dec. 20, 1952 First"Oak and Ivy"

spite of the nation's shortcomings, the Wisdom Is rare. It take more hension regarding your health, secrecy is paramount, Thepos- cause you to start all over time In 'IZ years, in which no lynchings
occurred In
than Just the accumulation methods and sibility of success or failure again. It may be the sameIn the United States.
United States still of fers wonderful oppor- of employment. It is Dec. 20, 1958
years to acquire wisdom although your Job to get at the depends greatly on how well as you relationships with peo- toiyWUis. boxer, died
of ct i/ens. ef- root Dec. ZI, 1951 (
to all its i very
tunties: of any related problems by others who are collaborating ple both near and far. What (A1a.) tegr teSItSbusesfol'ow' -
ort must be made to i unify 0':1': human resources they do help In some In- soon as you discover that this as with your. Don't be a bit sur- they say or promise one day '> nig,1yefri1 long boycott Negr 0s.

to the end that hate, dissension stances.: If you have any difficulties is what they are, with the pur- prised when the call of dutyor they may Jeny the next. It all ec.ZZ, 1826 Handy, of the AME church: born In

and prejudice mabp blotted out from every maintaining the pro- pose of solving them, the family developments compelyou bolls down to the need of relying Maryland.
sooner
locale and section ot this great land. per relationships in your home the better. Your home should to make sudden trips. Motivations more on yourself In pre- Dec. 23, 1215 Henry H. Garnett, Negro abolitionist, born.
and public associations, do not bot be too far from that come from the sing emergencies and taking life Dec. 23, 1867 Mme. C. J. Walker, business woman, beauty
where
away
iiI(" i'i'L .. |f look for any pat answers. There you work in order to heart are far more Hkelj to as It comes during Its mort culutrist, Inventor and philanthropist, was
F are signs that an old friend thlme and vital conserve in you and In your projects tranquil moments Tne pros horn In Del:i. LA she died In 1919.
energy, both
who can serve you just as well may be Induced to ace as fronts peels or forming
precious ui aiiuix
may do for lack of else to commodities. 11 you or to pull strings in high places. Dec. 24, 1881 The Rev Hj1.: Garnett who
anyone later | preached
now a
already or sermon
can lay claim to being appear quite bril-
CANCER
FIGHT ] whom could While are at it before the
turn.
you me ten- you you may liant U.s. Huse of Representatives
free of such on the 4th. died.
Duty another
.
concerns do not or
Dec. 24 1881
dency to out off chores that yourself become the object of SenJamin"Pap'S1ngletonledtheQreat
do not make the mistake of relocating factor over which you have no exodus
bore you may find someone's affection. But there 5,000
you unprepared Negroes from
South
In a place that Is too control could come between on Carolina to
when the holidays roll are deep-seated objections to be Arkansas. .
the 8
.. distant tho
considered.e70331442777 Dee 25, 1835 I
Bishop B.T.
T"30 s :: Tanner AME
church
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I pound (lilt'IB of Ruumlrr
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J I Turtles A La Mince Meat 1 hard cooked eu tolk,slrvnl like a Russian prin i"ss> III a jaunt American officer 1
Blend :2 tablespoons mar National Hoard of t 0"> Coat and Suit Inudstry advises women I
lirlne wltn basil and parsley to !buy a coat wards',IK-s, tin \111 look right of everv f ca-
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small saucepan OUT medium from dusk to dark :Nautical blue, black, ginger. Sizes: 6-16
1 heat Blend In corn star, h About $135 kith, III oll-wtol!
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hi i II \ Iii' II It tlli }hi;II, k\ striped turtleneck knit dress with this season's chain Sprinkle with served egg ii,ik
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ideal combinitwn lor curling up in front of the fire on a weekend, or for wearing t Aai '' 111111 .,. enjoyed
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I Hairsetting Is No ProblemIn


10-Minute 1 Rush fah"


A l ,.t i isln,as is inning and with cial. rollers automatically heat
it another exciting:, mi the go oti Indivisual electrical heating
''',1'.'.". ;posts, When the red dots on the
WIth these changes of scenery rollers turn back black,the rol- ,
yi nir muod naturally alters to lers have reached their controlled : w r
I / # fit the situation Your hairdo degrees of warmth, and you

should change ,too, from swifly arc ready to set your I halt. I
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soft kitten-like\ looks. It all When you remove me net Q.t tnttt > CDGEWOOD-A"L .
depends on the occasion and on from Its post one uf the remaining u-i.il, ? MINDAY9AM TO 6 P.M. I

you but remembers curls are seven can be heited i __ --
"in". 1))' the time the last mill i is -
wound In the hair, the firs one
Every busy holiday gal can
change her hairdo to (it her is ready to be removed' alienwhen i I I
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mood and her activity And she all the rollers have IN'er i
and she can do It in less than taken out, simply style \"m I
10( minutes hair Your new hairdo wit 1 I u Limit 1 with $5.00or

tow: ? A new beauty appllcance lovely longlasting'>nly( < iji I h./I
0 Il I More Food Order
The Instant hairsetter can give will be In wonderful condiu! ll.i

you hair the "coml"'"" it needs This new boon to any w< in.in

for holiday fun so tha your hair rushing around at holiday turn,
will be the least of you beauty or any lime for that mailer,
what a sly worries. come In aconpactcarrymgc

way it would be The kindness unit also works that looks like a handbag. It's
brand for who color ideal to take on a vacation, t" OZ. 29CBOTTLE
to get your beautifully women 29c 24
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house! Ir cgenucakky straighten their the office or to keep al h,,mi LB.
i infojneir hair. Because it Is so quick where it Is sure to become ",

Seagram'sVOCanadian: and effective, the new electrical stand rad! on your bureau-t"i .
And If you ever have tu pine --
beauty appliance does away
/ \ii with the old routines sleeping ideas tu a confused clft-givmi( )
__ __ male at holiday time, why i 11,1, t
rollers and
on spending an DIXIE CYSTAL
under suggest a Klndess !Instant luu. SUGAR CURED SMOKEDPICNICS
$tGIIY f.Iln'. Vrit t i,4'1&1 (Nile.( our a dryer.
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COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS FAMU Qurtfrfak Mkrai. i HoiorMi Virgin Islands Expect Record

By DOhlS BROWN & n

,lack power"NEGRO--threats PRESS or IMEKNATIOi.AL blessing'? Increase In Tourism In 1968

the president at a leading Negro college fraternity and a
I of trade and tourism
f increased development
Potentials for :
have come with opposing views on that
campus newspaper up between Miami and the Virgin Island are t being studiedd by a
question.
Dr. Lionel H. Newsun, Atlanta, president, Alpha l'hiAIpha fraternity group of 50 Virgin Islands government officials, press repre-
who flew to Miami on a specialPan
declared that the achievement ut quality education will sentatives and travel experts
L' World Airways flight in two hours and five minutes -
require white and black participation uidcommltment"10 spite American
"t I our black power advocates." L''I j + -
Addressing the fraternity's FoundE>u' banquet in New Orleans, The special group flight Is demonstrating kets may be developed through

Dr. Newsi said he did nut agree "with some of the methods the potentials of the jet-speed air cargo.
now i teing imposed by some civil rights advocates" new-non stop Miami, Virgin The new Miami-Virgin Island
At the same time, 'we must accept their goals, If they are for bland Clipper service which flights, following the inauguration -
full equality in the American way of Life," said (the president of directly taps vast, rich trade of New York-Virgin Islands
i he fraternity, which has Initiated/ more than 30,000 men Into and tourism ma.kets In Flo- service a year ago, now provide -
its 330 chapters rida and states li" the southeast "Instant access" betweenSt.

"Why destroy the colleges and universities that have made It and southwest Thomas and St. Croix and

p issihle fur die Negro tu raise himself to the point of respect- Tourism provides more sol- the greatest population, busi-
,I ilitv R' he asked. lars tu the U5,owned Virgin ness and resort centers of Nor-

"U, 'black power' means tu burn and destroy the cities, then bland thatn any other reven- th America
II" w :Negroes< who have been and will be elected mayor of oue pi ,ducer at present However Pan Am's present four weekly
numcipaJilies will only inherit the ashes of their destruction I i \us mess and economic Miami-Virgin IsI:1I: its flights

i ither Hun! the fruit of(heir labors. Wpcannot accept their me- T experts m the visiting groups Increase to dally bel vice in each
are i Iolt'n"t..dll t eying the Miami direction on December 1 I';,.while
l lli''ds if they are based on violence and destruction \ T
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Di Newson went en to declare that the American educational /1 I II hr. II" I.N ui market and source New York un reuses tu three
svstems must provide quality education for all people alike If of "ppl f r"r *r( wing virgin times dailv
the i jdon is to survive as a world power and leader. \ Island ",dusi'"is. hey forecast
Anther( view of black power was found at North Carolina college .-r--m.ji,rti .'h.' ,"tn-, t- :import mar- ---

Durham, N.C., where a series of campus Interlvews reveled -

students' identification of the idea with equality, rather First In Miami HistoryL11t I
than I Mcialdomlnence,
Most students interviewed in the latest issue of the college's Ir

", impus Echo" saw the slogan "black power" as did junior

Francis 1 1.. Majettee, a history major, of Murfreesboro N.C.
stack power to me is the allocation or distribution of power
i III the Negro on the basis of his actual population representa-
11,11, ," Majette told the student newspaper's "Inquiring Report- II
"r,'' Miss Esther Silver.
lark power, to the f-egro means being able to function

w ii"mostly, son;,ill) JIIII politically, in the countryasa black
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AUTO INSURANCE SERVICEiwanearaiijI1 J.v.1'I-1''H .- the F.W. Woolworth Company and a former all-Amencanfoot- <<' average ">n the FAMU tem Hi, pi"" I HH nade u
: ; : SNf \\'SAC ;Y ('euh aes) l lull player at Notre Dame, presents a trophy t iii Kenneth Knej tin ,1111111.11 Orange I'lose,m I\.1'i i I.,,, : I u ,
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((2nd from 1 Flonda, AiMquarterbatk DumuSputtlme, Miss W, ,lwuith>i Compotllrll'( I I.. II |puIr i i if|"(i., "Uni II ig
14\!; ... 'tum1 1r.IU[ JUnn_ F FAMD and FAMU assistant head cacti, Pete Griffin! ,, assist J-. i II tie Classic, J8-2,. I
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FIA,-Hie splendor aodescitementusually( generatedby
BEACH-rrlclals of the the Orange Mloss mClassli rca liedmwIn thIS year as GKEENSI OhO, h.( n u I

Republican National Committee Flrodla A and M University spins"nd this top event fur the 3rith State University si nl'' I ,-
anticipate an attendance of at consecutive year ing students have I I.., i II'' mt is-
least 10 pet cent more at the 'footl abased ,nd II, II" ,II i
A thrilling >all game that 1 loss was the Rattlers' 16th in as SK i :
coming convention here than at was not decided until the last 3f 0 ,C contests the UnitedStatis Ai i, ,es.
the 10M convention t lie I committee
does hair minute was (lie tup attraction; Te Marching "100" carriedthe Corps.
Why some anticipate an attendance with parades, social: affairs excitement of the Classic II, Cut ti ,e'i .1'ukir, 4
rooms for the Aug 5.9 meeting presentations of awards and through the streets of Miami professor of military n're, .!
break off when ? T said it tit' [h I MIAMI: Attorney Donald Wheeler Jones was appointed recently,
combing pre-game and half-time shows as they led a parade tha had at As was It '1
md inflrmed, as 1\ iaty of Miami municipal fudge He UMumi
MIAMI BEACh, FIA: lie pre- by the famous Marching 100" over 100 units. They saluted single Ir"lIlJ "fllill ,in .1' >"d.ust I IiI Ph 1fI'S' Met, ::1 o
'hi eeula mumripai udgt
:
pared for new flavors if you are adding spice to the two-day attain the United States of America 111//?' i : j i!
Invited to dine a the home ofa ? w. Miami
their and halftime giun.
in -
I 'RU I II" I I I' "I' 'f t is tike to sect pie-game J _
Miami Beach Garden Club Nearly 40,000 fans watched the shows and offered I
i a special -
,
,
,t to I flit '
.1 IV r. i" I 'i I. i l IV LISI'n
member More than 100 mem- Florida A and M Rattlers fall to salute to rOI mer rattler Skriiers Gift Sipport'E'DUCMION !
", : o.'r pr.' I' SI"b of hi"r ;,,it's, (t'',eltll i, dls yfti'n'Si I II
,, ,,n : bers recently completed a Crambling College i8-2> with who had made All-Aim i K in T ---
I .' ot brit "ne o "' nu In hair breakage But <
course on growing herbs givenat the Rattlers threaten theclceiiig teams d< ;log their pLvuiE days
|
,
'
it cur I I', I'I'i ly (frequently breaks Center t 1
the citv's Garden
seconds to pull game out the at FAMU.
''' II/CP I :, ,i'PJyour scalp becomes
Miss FAMU, Diane Sp.It ling,
'
o :, i, your beautician does'I j
roe' r. I 4J.* PHONE OX' O'JlKANCf. and her 'dtt.'Ud.UlI'illra;
I n >I ',',ui :U'I it curly hair mats .nJi
r i lorly I I ,' ,fttneJ before romt-n g A LIihO ..RV GY I,1 Tl Li.''N" Whipple, jiiiibr dlkndiit. md
Rhena McKee s"pli' in i it-
1,11I1CC' t I'J '/11 scalp and damage to
'"u .ui/ (] end_ ''" occurs To achieve this neededin ; FUND r HOME! : tendent-iecHvid ,llv"1 i f i.tsfrom \\j
tile uul' l i I
Creyh
.ipis-|
I effect! that break
prevents
j temporary reaang.: .7a7 N W 7T" AVNU5N ,
ties during piefttranie' "I u"III.nles -
I, I rnimar) hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely !
AT..LlE I.ANOU N p"T"e", PANGS' he awirdsueu' |II t u *nted
I r I Hair So New spray on creme rinse. For combing i

f jr t .1ul,11'111, : your hair ,in many other ways trained '"','''A V_WNR, ,,. n. "...Ae..r.A MANAaR",".CTuA by Joe ilackOtie Greyhound. nir,'st titive !
Jf '0( k j c ornp'tte family of tine Clairol products for I ,
: presentations in' tiled'
f h needs
'c
", jr e'j'; rt ti "rim e' ,er, who cares about t your hair care I, Announcing The Grand Opening Of the Willie lee (("111111.e Memorial da, ,eeee er
I Award, presented :Ie- e
I I I. r r.J i', ,),t \\I'f 1 t. "r the nature of your hair problems. eraeaeA
,r l.rt' .. I II I I' ...JUt t I l un knoj tile.. '.':r for sure ; oresentations'i. the Pepsi-c la
JCII'J.lI Company of 'w rOI k City to !
I C 01.01 I Inc FAMUfreshr n Charles Luud-

Wigs, Wiglels & ,'1'' r,,<;., ,-', rum and the F.W.Woolworth ,

Scholarship| awards which were I
r presented' during the r'.W. ,
Switches No Money a Y'.
Woolworth breakfast for players

691-7661 and aches, to the palyer
with the highest academic aver- :1
Down 1.25 Pei Week I age on his team. The awards

went to hen Riley of the rattlers -

I and John herring of
;
drimbling.Hie -A" ,jtl'

t\ < The T. Grant outstanding player awards
l were pi esented Immediately /
lC

!'m'III--y, vffi', Dtpartin"t store following the game to Grumbling's M .,. .....,. ., t1 l I.
,
quarterback James Harris 4..rtP1 a.
/{%
Mian', Florida son Hie awards are presented In Denver. Dr. Shubart past president of the hospital, is shown receiving the 'heck Daughter I
\B'
\c'
'd'.r..r.u. "J Ir ; \ annually by the Coca-Cola Company Willt>mma lewis Means, Imperial Commandress, Detroit, is shown in the picture I w the ,eft
w1 none 377-3365 of Atlanta Georgia. is Imperial, Potentate J.?::1II Henry tester of Atl3l1t1c City

Mrs lees Kaiser, special
'
market consultant for the Seven -

a ;rr.A Johnnie Ann's -Vp Company of St, Louis UK Fraters To ROUNDUP 'I

Mo presented Dr. William P,
I
Foster with an $800 check for B BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
l'hZth ,I.. William P.Foster Musich Sh- Keep Barriers

Shopping Center holarship Fund at FAMU which SCHOOL PLAN
-- an $800 check fur William P.

M nti4taM, fAt holaiship fund at FAMU which Says K LeaderNegro NEW YORK-(N Establishment of special schools for disruptive -
was established in behalf of the children has been recommended by the Brooklyn and
Seven-Up Company to help pay membership in the University Bronx CORE chapters Presently their proposals to Schools

tike how 6euaJlU1t ult tuition for students enrolled in of Kentucky fraternities Superintendent Dr Bernard E, Donovan, the groups also recommended -
t of i the FAMU Music Department.Dr. may be wishful thinking,according 12-month
a school
and
year special courses in
2994 N.W. 46th St. Foster is director or bands to Bill Turner, chair- how to rid a community of rats "The onjy way to teach our
of the Human Rlgts Commission -
head >f the department of musicat man
so-called disruptive children Is to give them instructors who
*
AMU
Recipients "f the care about them and lessons
that have some pertinence to
Turner said "The situation at
awards 1966
ui were James
.j Groceries.Meats-Vegetables I Lewis facksonviUeandChar- UK is just not conductive to the their chairman.everyday struggle," said Robert Carson, Brooklyn CORE

IiQ. lee W odard of Quincy/ integration of fraternities."
> < He did, however, suggest the AGAIN
integration of athletics, the offering -
"Where se''Lt' beg"" mid never ends 1 of a course in Negro his
BUR t WINE TO GO tory, more Negro faculty mem- NEWARK-OPI)-This city again became associated with
Three locations to serve you II I = bersand the gt'nerallntegratlon racial violence as Interracial fighting broke out at Barringer

high school. About 1,800 of the
I i of the school. Institution's ,638 students stay-
Miami, Opa lacka ( Orgena Club, an alWegro fra- ed Dome In the wake of disorder at the city's largest high
Ptiim \ Free Delivery Phone 634.9156 ) ternity on the campus, trying school.resulted Disruption of classes by numerous false alarms has
in a decision to Install a fire alarm
to remedy the situation and re- system that cannot -
I MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 1 rult students for the school be set off Illegally.








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Housing ProblemsPMoveSouth To Border States Urban League Negro And Jew



Official Hits Hit JointlyAt

Maryland Governor May Florida. Memorial Makes History Negro History

-- --- -- Moves PrejudicesBoston
Support Future Housing
Mixing Book Reveals
CHICAGO-An Urban League official Black nationalists

CHARLESTON W. -NPI-batUes( for open-housing laws has charge that public seek to drive whites from the
usually associated with the North--are being uged in West New Material housing system Is no longer an struggel for racial justice end
Virginia and Maryland.The I instrument of social change, but Jews looking for excuses tu
sailed with' Christopher has become an Integral part In
NeKKits
two border states withdraw from the civil
are between the old Confederacy and rights
Northern state s which fought It out during the Civil War. tri (..lurnIJllba; Negro founded the urban making Institution.of racism" Into an spokesman, and Rabhi Arthur 1.
An open-occupancy ordinance was being sought In this state r the > It01 ChicagoaNegruwas; Lelyveld of Cleveland presidentof
capital, while efforts were beingniadetostrengtlienMaryland'salmost the fust t mm t I.(. resell the North During the 1930s and 1940s, he the American Jewish Congress
non-existent falr-housinl1law. Pole, line oftlu'ImpoitaiitSpan said public housing enthusiasts joined in condemning
Charleston's militant Negro, r ish explorers of the New World saw the system as the solutionto "isolationists in both camps'

leaders were breathing fire law. was ,i Negro Negroes fought at .urban problems, slums and who urge Jews and Negroes to
oVer failure of the West Vir- Cov Agnew, whose interest ,i.unki i Hill and ruword, rode delinquency. Instead he Indi- go it alone."
In civil rights has been increasing cated public housing
Allen'sGreenMoun patterns
with Ethan -
ginia legislature to include fair I They spoke at a meeting of the
of late, disclosed that have "made tighter the linesof
housing In a tain Bois, and charged San Juan National Governing Council of
civll-rgihts
pack- he may eventually come out the ghetto" and have had the
It Hill with Teddy Roosevelt. the American Jewish
age passed. for "total open housing". I effect of destroying social relations. Congress
-
When the Charleston council If These and thousands of other here. Shad Polier, chair man ,of
so, Maryland could .
move k little known facts revealed
I are the Council
P presided
also
failed to act the
leaders ahead of Northern states In Living in vast)
In eyewitness: The Negro In American t.ouuiog projects
really violence became angry, threatening which most of the nation's housing History, the new 554 Dr. Baron added ,is like "going

ordinance Is passed unless a housing sed.ordinances have been pas / page book by William Loren Into a wilderness."

For the last two months, the And (lie efforts in Marylandand I Katz published on December! ] r
by Pitman.
militants have intensified their West Virginia could foreshadow ,uthorsusesauniquethrepronged e 'LOW COST7Face
The
pressure on behalf of a local Increased
for
pressure ad' ippVoaoh for his story
open-occupancy measure. ? I
open-occupancy laws in other He tell I the reader about till

would Urging exempt passage only of a for bill homes which quiet states on, which that issue have until been recentIv. largely- events language inhvely Then, clearly lie document writhes Lifting Of Your Home

occupied by the owner, they .
were opposing another bill that them with actual eyewitnesi "YOUR HOME IS OUR CONCERN"
would exempt all four-unit hou- accounts written at the timeth
of t'e; events by people who OBserved -
from
.. pe ses' cent of the coverage-about available homes 60, r ... -r. w or participated in them,, "Roof', 'Carports, 'Porches

I tils state capital has selsom ., pictures Finally he illustrates drawings or them photographs will Dens And General Room
!*>e>i associated with black militancy Southern Solons TPF
from that
time.
in the past. The city has .
85,000 population and Its Ne- : :0 Examples of eyewitness accounts Additions Are Our
Try To PreventDesegregation include the Boston Massacre Specialties
gor community is less than ,
(lie colonist were lead
!10 per cent of the total.
Put the picture is changing, l\c by a Negro who was killed by We Will Finance Up To
the British)
In the face of Increased attention ; a repot t writtenby

given to the Impo- With their customary tenacity \ Andrew Jackson about he- 7 YearsCALL
goes in the Matte of New Orleans -
verished region. Southern Senators are under-
and letters from
; George
Meanwhile move was on in takin a new campaign to under-
Washington. 398.5981
Maryland to strengthen the mine Federal efforts to com-

state's "paper-tiger" housing pel school districts to dese- r"t.,1 .
1"
law, which --asone wag putit gregate.The "' ... .v. C ons t ruction \"u."
--- affects all housing that new attack takes the form SegregationistPerex

doesm't exist. of amendments being opposedto : .
Gov. Spiro T.Agnew said he the Elemtary and secondary ; ........, Still Is PERFECT XMAS FOR
in
would ask the next session of Education Act, presently being Florida Memorial Coilege'l $10,000,000 complex for a new campus Miami is definitely un-
the Maryland legislature to expand debated on the Senate floor. der way Giving Impetus to the importance 01 education, new buildings and national interest are Louisiana PowerPON'IE
the state's open-housing Unless public opposition to three outstanding perslns.( Whitney Young, national director of the Urban League, came from FAMILY & FRIENDSFULL
law to vocer all these amendments expressed New York to speak 01 the progress made by the schml. Mrs Louis (.l.lbM'I, ..halrnw! 01 the
apartments A LA HA( lit la.--
,
louses. soon,this threat to enforcement local Ulltan League Cor ,nlUee, was Mr. YOUlIl's guide shout the i 1'101111111.. UII the left. IS Hl'v,

Maryland's present law,which of Title VI of the Civil Rightsof Edward T. Graham, rhalrmall of the Board of Trustees The colll'l IS 11.\\ III St. AIIVllbl1ne, Old They segregationist just fake awa\, while(nevei('ono die- FAMILY LIVING COLOR OR

exempts housing now standing, 1964, the section that authorzes tlnuing to rule tin i mist' ,
affects only those buildings to the Department of Health If they're like Lc.indti II.Ftnz BLACK and WHITE PICTURE
be erected in the future Education and Welfare to cutoff A&T University Speaker Encyclopedia retired as president of
The funds to school districts that PRICES INCLUDE ALL FAMILY
governor said he wanted the Plaq'it'mines parish (i utility)
presently standing housing sub discriminate could become a commission
Africana council but
Berates Gets he
divisions also covered by the grim reality. Ex-Negro Betrayers was still in there ptJUlIIg strings Y VMY Y Y Y Y Y Y1'

I Ills son, Chalin O.Perez, 41 r
GKEENS! ,OHO, N Controversial: civil lights worker /Howard Print Boost was "elected commission FULL LIVINb BLACK

ullor told an Ad T University recently that suppression council president to place
SEAFOOD CENTER h) white' people and the betrayal by ex-Negroes are the main Accra, Ghana-rwo men who him. And that left the elder I COLOR I and WHITE. |
hind!:!in 'es ti. the, a< luevlne efforts of civil riehts. worked out plans fur an Ency-
144 N. MYRTLE AVE PH. EL 4-1468 Perze as much power as ever
.. The bushy- haried Fuller, a. peole are school teachers and clopedia African will not be on ever.
,
,, .
1' N' I I K a .P 0" "PALL part time lecturer at the Uni- college professors," he said hand to share congratulations |1 H0 I3 10Q95 1
COOD THINGS MUST COME a END t L<" c Q95
t ? 'e I I----- BASEBALL SFASON tP WORLD S SERIES versity of North Carolina, Chapel "They are still training young when tie first ten volumes of
'IV FOOTBALL SEASON a u tin I ,.1 A. TURKEY Hill, spoke! last Sunday to people tti be soldiers, domes- the proposed project are issuedin 2-5 1 | 3 5-1 v I
Contractor In
HASH, r HOPE cherring throngs, mostly stu- tics dropout and addicts. Our 1970.
.
1,1 I dents at A&T State University. the file late' American scholar
black brothers In ghettoes
rh in' SUCCULENT SEAFOOD r the ubii o< ,its I."|Ihtul| '| REGULAR PRICE
"Ad' G"'A'' .1.lew( 'These ex-Negores", said feel that the middle class in sot t.B.DuHois and Kwame Harlem May Get g REGULAR PRICES:
Fuller are those blark peoplewho with! them.(< Nkrumah, deposed president of
This 11E'eek's Special Duet try to please both races Ghananow living in Guinea $J18.95 $13.90 itJ
'They tell the white man one gut the project underway when Profit In Come
.
I ., I I,. I'I., .I, ,. /'{ ,1/"
thing and tell their black brother Mr. Nkrumah invited! the aging
The ElusiveSHEEPHEAD ( another. scholar to Ghana t>map out general

3 gc Speaking on "A Change is Gon- D.C. White Club plans for the encyclopedia. NEW YOKK- llai U'm f onli .i<'t-
Large Chonncl Boss na Come," Fuller said many flue tii('ylopedla Afriilana ors stand to get $3r,0,000 111 d,'- DO YOU HAVE A FAMILY PICTURE ?
persons have decided that the, was started in 12: and Is expected molition business as a result

IUSMIB American system must be Lowers Barriers to run about 10 million of the state's plans/ to build a
S.'tt. FL UNDER ., 49eOINUINf changed."It words. It will contain biographies new office building and cultural LIMITED TIME ONLfSHEDDING
racist "" said of people who have fl-
is a system, center on community's main
LOBSTERS nOBIDA/ Lb. $1.10 Fuller and not based on Chris- Admits Golfers fured in African history, from thoroughfare.State A' YA-AMA)Y t ,Y! ? 'YMY st r9'l i lti3)'! >
tian love, as many !believe. Solomon and Sheba to President officials briefed the con- XMAS SPECIAL 0 10 COLOR
1 WIN I'IClA' Fuller urged his audience to W AS GTON--N< PI-'nll' Nasser of Ecpyt (U.A.R.Every tractors on how to bid for the J
LOCAL CAUGHT WHITING embrace black power. whites only tradition of this' African country is tu contniKilc demolition Jobs, which were .2750
LARGE ROE MULLET LB. 35< data about Itself iYMYMYMYMY
"Black is the ability area's clubs was broken Improtant
country
power broken up Into small lots to
'
? d Y !)"Ji'y'9P! ? ?fPA
to encyclopedia. This inch > >
lie
FRESH STEAK FISH LB. 89c to make decision, said. when the Indian Sprint: make It possible for even the
"The. American society is operating country club agreed to accept' e Soot Africa and Rhodesia smallest contractor to handle BOB SMITH 7683200
FANCY LIVING SI 00 CLAW MIAT (I ItWHITI under a smokescreen of three prominent black people as well as the remaining the work.
MEAT SI SO progress," said Fuller, "North US.District Judge Aubrey t:, Portuguese colonies
CRABS DOZ 1 LUMP U 00 Carolina wants movement Robinson, Jr. Dr. Charles S. The general director of the en-
toward change but no change." Ireland, and colum'dst Carl T. cyclopedia's secretattatf\ a smicHT NIUCNI r', 'IfJtI r *I' x wic 1 ,or ? INflNT I ACt[ DISHING co rsmmroBt KIHTUCKT

PINK SNAPPER MaveoRtPRODUCID t. 49' Fuller said that whiles are Rowan had been forced them on Ghanian, Prof. L.II.Ofusu--
not upset that there is a racial racial grounds plah. He said that over 1,200 O
SPECKLED TROUT Lb. 59c problem in Oils nation, but Judge Robinson, Rowan and articles had been assigned to

SMALL CHANNEL BASS Lb. 49c they are upset that their place others talked of starting their 14 African countries already.

SPECIAL WHITE MULLET ROE LB 49c and security is being shattered. own country club. But, then v
Fuller attacked Ins favorite the predomlntly Jewish club,

CATFISH lb. 65t target, middle class Negroes. located In Glenmony, Md. a- Fgt
I "'nle most conservative,, black greed to admit the three ap-
plicants. BOLD (N-S

Almost all country clubs in the
NEW ADULT CUS&U
RentSStriker area are for White Angle-Saxon
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENTfeaturing
Protestants only. no
Starting February -
Will Run For Rowan's exclusion from the
Cosmos club In 19G2: resultedin HOSPITAL AID CLASS
President Kennedy's withdrawal -
Eugene I Assembly Seat application of his own membership CASHIER SALES CLERK

1111
Rowan is former director of o PRE-SCHOOL WORKERS'
viEW ,iOI leader
I the Information Agency and
WHITE If Jesse '.r 01) IMS< announced plans one-time a mbassador to Finland BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
I... run fur the state assembly Registration:
seat fi jm the 70th district.Gray
Jt who has long agitated against -- TUES.TIIUR..KI., 8 tu)0) P.M.

at the organ k \ i Harlem slum conditions,said he Buy IU. BOLDEN'S COLLEGE; :
was running on the Tenants 1816 W. ZCti: Street

With His Comb ,1 ,I I Rights fed: himseJ party ticket.as the newly lie ideatl-gor- Saving Bonds Registrar 1JG-C4G5:;

BOSSSSSSS med 'group's acting director. !

Announcing Oir New WHEN YOU. ARE ILLyou gyp

Seek The BI.st t I U.tor )'''

Price Policy W heg your D" t irPrcsrriBes

Zambian Heads Got I h.x
r If
perlenced Pharmu< i st 1 you
u
Cocktails 48t & 58t Are r
StuyingU.S. According to y" u rDoctor'

s Orders II.<- can find

During Cocktail Hour Methods Use Only The Best '

Quality Drugs abetterbourbon
LUSAKA, Zambia!Pour' government C: E: HIAPK "IT,prut"i ,
officials are enroute
5:30: p.m. To 9:30 p.m. 'to Tne United States to study Registered Pharaacists T"1:; Y-s

housing and management for . .A COMPLETE LINE OP-- Y
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walya.four Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candi's +, ...buy it!

DON'T MISS OUR MONDAY NIGHT PARTY A. Mbewe, Luanshya municipal; dries 1" v

council; B.D.Ng'andwe, Ndola PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELI R ':D.Lilly's i 1/2 PT.
Of Senic-
Chief
Johnny Wheeler, city council. The Lusaka dry PT.'t' .

council, D.RKamuhaza'Che, United Store
States Agency for Inter- Drug 5" 6"
EDGEWOOD LOUNGE national Development Is k 4/5 T. QT.
sponsoring -,
their studies. \W\ tints Rod< 353-8279 = Suggested Retail Price









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3 Beautifully Styled Sofas M Bank Contend Fired Workers Negro Bias 1 Palatka Nevus I




citizen is Miss Andrea Itanklns,
This week our outstanding
YOUR CHOICE. ONE $1flfl88 VALUES Was ReasonNine freshman, at St. John River Junior College, Palatka. She Is a
School class of 19C7 She
graduate of Central Academy High ,
TRADITIONALTRANSITIONAL LOW TO is a member of Mount Tabor Baptist Church and a member
of the 14 employes Involved chior
of the Junior
S25995 in the discriminatory such activity was posters. me
CONTEMPORARY PRICE I !' charges against the bank were Andrea has been taking care poster were judged. The postersthat
of her brothers and sisters
dismissed June younger
subsequently on were judge only three were
since the age of cooking selected as the best. First place

26.The charges were filed with and washing and seeing that they winner was George Graham,Second
ai were ready for school At fourteen
R New York City's Commissionon place winner was Loretta
c 4 Human Rights and after seven she said, at Christmas, Davis and third place winnerwas
months of the she only wanted some toys for
investigation Joe McGee. Judges were
Human Rights chairman, William ler little sister. Miss Medlock, art Instructorand
Booth, ruled that there was At eighteen, she Is practically Mr. Bostick
: SS'V. "probable cause to credit theallegations" the head of the house She Is The Principal's List for the
: of discrimination. ring it just as If her father second-six week, students making
: d mother were there
The commission will hold pub- all "A's and u's";7A Mar-
lic the u our readers, please let me
hearings on charges.The guita Helton, 3.3, Hayward H,
Know who you think merits being
bank refused to commenton
Wright, 3.5; 7C Harriett Keys,
the outstanding citizen of the
the charges before the hear 3.8; 7E Janet Brown, 3.5 Ra-
week. Call me at 325-7913 or
but stated that in
ings com dean Williams, 3.3 SB Robert
pliance with the law and as a 325-9019, or write me at Route 3.2 Eloise Hunter
2 box 175 falatlu Fla.Also} send Benjamin, ,
matter of policy, it does not
; 3.2 Leslie Mann 3.2. Arthur
: church abd social news.
practice form of
"any racialor Merritt 3.4 Berdell Knowles
,
We
have Deacon
., are expecting to
religious discrimination. Eddie Vreen back with the 3.2, 8-c Patricia Bellamy, 3.1
The bank's said that
spokesman 8-D Sea
Vernon Jackson 3.0
;
Florida Star soon We in the
it selects and promotes staff
born Smith 3.1 8ECynthia Ellis
members strictly on the basis Palatka Hastings an d surrounding ;
.. 3.0, 8-F- Raymond Davis
.
:1.i.. areas, now enjoy Dea-
........' .w. of merit. con Vreen over radio soon he is 3.0, Dianne McGee, 3.0; 9-B
the Chase Manhattan
r::'. : <<,'t; Bank Although has going to let us enjoy} his repurt- Alice Jones 3.1 1, Partirca Jones
.. sponsored recruiting
.
3.0 Dianne McGee, 3.6,: 9-B
fi ", < 1JI. awl in Harlem and other ing in the paper.
II
c tt't. { a programs Josephine Bellamy, 3.3 Carol
-I P4"" ""' I. predominately Negro areas, one We seen Deacon Vreen third Uckhart, 3.3, Cynthia Walker,
-v.- 'y' TRADITIONAL of tbe Negroes who was fired from left in this picture at the 3.6. Tomasha Willis 3.6. 9-E
said that Neeores are not given
K the same chance to advance as
k COMPARE At 5249 95
S18888J' wnites.
Davis, who had worked at the
,
.. bank as a $125-aweek compu-
,,'" '0'' .if
C "J' ter operator, said he was fired

when he complained about the ;

et.. I It firing of r.r.t tti'er Negro, Elg:.. i l
others, he said who had com-
plained to commission about

the firing were fired within an
r rA
o hour an a half.

The 14 Negroes were represented I
t sE r in the private hearingsby

civil rights lawyer William
Kunstler on the ommneda-
t
lions of the New York chapterof

CORE and SNCC ;
Mr. Kunstler who defended

H,Rap Brown in connectionwith
his alleged weapons violation --....... .. '\...<<'f.O

said Chase Manhattanhas ground breaking for the Ekls' Robbie Brinkley, 3.0, Carolyn
thousands oi Black em new home. Jones, 3.8; 10-A William Me-

ployes and the charges againstthe Saturday morning December Lendon, 3.1 1; 10-t3-( Deborah

bank does not stem from 9, 1967, 11 representatives and Boyd, 3.3, Kenneth R. Bryant,
discriminatory hiring policies. the advisor of the Central Academy 3.2; IO-C: Roger Allen, 3.6 10-0
"We are claiming black people High School Chapter of Jeffie L.Asia, 3.2 James Han-

are not being advancedtheyare F.II.A. They arrived In Mac kins, 3.4, Willie Hankins, 3.2;
being 'ghettolzed' In low Clenny 845am: andthe ad- Nathan Taylor, 3.4,11-A-; Dane
level white-collar jobs," the visoi( registered te: chapter Edwards, 3.7 Jesse Johnson,

lawyer explained. interesting and enjoyable 3.2 Sylvia Mann, 3.0; 11..0 Sharon
Many
Jones 3.6; 12A- Joan Kirkland -
presentatlos were presentedby
3.8 12.B Midome Brooks
various schools. The memo ; ,
3.3 Yvonne Kennon 3.1 Cat-
,
,
Black bers ofC.A.High Chapter enjoyed -
People herine Sharp 3.3 Delois Dio-
the meeting to the utmost
The members who attended the mpllns, 3.2, 12-C Larry Russ,
3.6, Warr n Smith, 3,C Dianne
Should Invent Geraldine Jefferson -
meeting were:
:, TRANSITIONALCompare president;Dianne Vreen 36.Vreen, 3.8, Edward Williams,

at $249.95 corresponding secretary; Trudy

,. \ H" ,I' I. S18888 Children's Toys Edwards, vice president of
.,' .
I "f ,
'\ j degrees; Elnora Cotton, le-
'. ; d' '" n. p '- .", ? ? i ,
Asia
';1.. t- Oita, 510 II'onihl,, ST. LOUIS: Percy Green and cording secretary; Jeffie ,
Y
::; #.f I t o .J I r' R L" t.l( ( "I' 010'0.' y
if other civil-rights militant are Carolyn Edwards, Cat lyn
'
Reg 129'Matchng, Lounge Cliai US'
dreaming of a moneysaving"Black Chandler, Patricia Randall,
1F Christmas." Jeanne Butts, Clifford Howell,

Instead of buying presents, Christine Smith and the advisor
black people! should take timeout Mrs. Lee Ella Asia Transporatlon -
aid it'I etr I Lands I to 'make was provided by.Abram -

tou fur children and gilts for Alexander 3and Instructor -

friends and their famllles"the at C.A.high.

rights leader assert. Eight C.A.Boys were selectedfor
Thus, they will save moneyfir the all conference Big Nine

a "rainy day," accordingto North. toes are. first offensive
Green, who directs the militant team
Johnny Carroll Second
organization ACTION. offensive team, Charles Pury-
One of ACTION'S aides was
ear Jackie Vickers
Randy Jenkins
so gung-ho on the idea that
and
Leroy Jackson; first
he was arrested on a chr defensive team,Edwaeds James f t
he was arrested on a charge and Frank Baker
second defensive -
k of pointing Christmas" team, Anthony Body, ANDREA HANKINS
slogans on downtown sidewalks. Four boys made honorable
ACTION proposes its "Don't t mentions: Lenwood Williams HONOR STL'DENHonor
But" campain as an answerto Eal Roll students, students
McCoy, Harold Felder and
4c14 Christmas-- season indebt- Lawerence Bryant averaging 3 points or better;

ness lesulting from too much The 3ulldogs, Dog-ettes and 1-A Shirley Britten, Martha

shopping for presents. Puppies are rady for basketball Thomas Arlise Walker, Faye
"Too many people suffer from The first scheduled game Williams, 7- the desire to give at Christmas was with Mathew Gilbert in Annie Mills; 7-C; Arthur Mc-
: which sometimes ends with Jacksonville. Lendon; 7-D Shirley Edwards,

rV" rSst > V ITWA. _> *'* '. UT 4l thefts, over used charge accounts Abraham Alexander was a Leila Tatum Cynthia Willians;

Vfi[ 5s&tl robberies and killings. ticipant on the Annual Founders par- 7EWillie M. Fuller, Jaufees
< Black people, he added have Day Program of Alpha Phi AI.nh" People; 8-B Cynthia Hagans,

been "brain washed" into spend Fraternity at the Florida 1 Brenda Jackson, Karhn Thompson -
ing their money on a "Merry lie first pease of [lie 'and 8DElla Appling, Do
White Christmas." week. ite monies reported rothy Holey, Diana Johnson,

I *' ?ST* iK *'1L were $1425.10. Many groups Rickey Medlock, Charles Norris -

S Afi W jW /l i &J'- clubs, organizations ana individuals :'Tanya Walker; 8Pat
ricia Jackso Barbara Miller
made ,
r''rrm *% t Malcolmn X Is contributions
Mrs Mildred Walker made the 9ARutha M. Denegal, Mary

k1Y largest report Mrs Belle G. E.Ford, James S. Jones, RIchard -
t r James Baldwin's Bossard is program chairmanand Norris, Samuel Waldon;

Amos Sermon is Band Parents 9-B Shirley Eddington, Sandra
president Foster Patricial Lewis; 9-e-

CONTEMPORARY New Play StudyLONDON Among the visitors on our Kaymore, Leon, Preston Ruth

campus last week were:John 9-F Louise Brown _etty Bry-
ny B. Robinson, former student ">;M Reginald Trumpler; 10-A-
Compare at 111 I b.o.tf.r,/ '2'' CoMtmpo.o'/ Sofa l>a. S 1 18 888 : James Baldwin, No- and now civil service em- e Jle Gibson, Jackie Greene,

$2 59.95 attractt.lie loot SHop.rd p, ,>lo.. bock ca.',.qu..."li The.d fob rho"r t o andenemnneroarokbt.IncerrHm.dcolo" .d tn t115 tumiH\ JS4 n in SIJIII LUM cm> sioi II list and playwright, is currently ployee of Jacksonville, Florida _t.trlce Sharpe; 1 10-B( Debra

only $10 monthly working on a play here based Earl Howard ,Jewelry company oyd, Florine Hill, Connie
on the' life of Malcolm i, the representatives; Mrs Gussie Moody, Silas Wilson, 10-C: Jean-
OPEN SUNDAY 1 HO 6 P.M. ONLYBELLOFfERS36MONTHSREVOLVINGCREDIT fiery Black nationalist leader Adams, Putnam County School nle Dutts, Carolyn Johnson;

.- who was assassinated two years lunch supervisor, who conducted 10-D Elsie Keys, Wilma Wiggs'
,. -- "( '"" 'Jltf ago. the annual administrative 10-e Rosa Denegal, :"Benjamin
i' rJ4 OUR SELLING POLICY Baldwin expects to finish the review; and Johnny Styles, Douglas, Pty yliss Johnson; U-A,
/ ..r' j ?:T fiery item ,is plainly moiled with 8.11 > sctlpe by next spring. The playIs graduate of C.A. and former Louise Graham, Roderick,
'yday' low prices No h dden pr 'Po, drum James, Geraldine
I i t.e scheduled to open on Broadway major, who now resides Sanders.Pat-
",' ._' :'" : i o r'otdll'1g Wits for t'' e bet veal: in the fallund the direction in Omaha, Nebraska and works sy Watson; U-O Margaret Hop

4. \ '.... "' '. ;J .. ,; r of Eliz Kaun.DEADLINE in city law enforcement. kins, Jacqueline Mabry, Maxine
'
.i .< t: .tl/J.J ;: : OURPRICINOPOUCY Anotter student has Miller, Novella Sermon I3-A
been added ;
j e Lillian Butler
: to the school Geraldine Young
p. roster Miss
r 'It 1 ,
e r obtainable an .rkere' ,-., II d
., \ :t Sandra Hunter from Tarpon Sp. 12-B, Shirlene Mann, Annie M.
d, > .dI' :tie difference f within th r taa v rings High School. Johnson; 12C Elnora Cotton Lou

funhitune identical tem can be bo v girt, to "".v Charles Wanza, CA driver Denegal, Trudy Edwards,Annie

HONE 765-4445 1 I 1i I anywhere annual education driver Instructor educationconference attended- Dianne M. Johnson Wilson, Deborah Johnson


: 44th AND NORWOOD AVE..IN THE. GATEWAY FOR NEWS in Daytona SCIENCE Beach.CLASS Central Academy Bulldogs

Dog-ettes I Puppies
FOR CHRISTMAS ISSUE IS The seventh grade science
OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. SHOPPNG @ classes under the instruction Mathew
Gilbert .
Dec. 13.Wednesday
of Mr. Bostick have
CEIsrERt MONDAY DEC. 18 4 P.M. been engaging
(MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY) in various activities relating There, (:x>ys); Tessen-

to their study of "Fire den, Jan. 8, Friday, There,

Prevention yid Control". One, (Boys t Girls); Open, Jan. tIt. .,









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I Carver Jr. Hi. And Middleton Jr. Hi. Basketball Battle Set For January 21




Blackshear, Coach, Sees Carver Junior High Players Bethune Cookman College


Fireworks At Opening Game ,- Basketball Games -


Die Carter Junior High basketball Teams of Uunnell will begin HOME GAMES -

January 11, against Middleton Junior High Crecent City December 16 ALABAMA A & M ...................... Here

according to Herbert Hlackshear, AglJetic Uirector and Head January 6 FLORIDA MEMORIAL ................. Here
Coach, Ulackshear a graduate of Bethune-Cookman College Is January 8 SAVANNAH STATE ....................... Her
very optomlstic about his male and female team. This season january 13 ALBANY STATE .......................... Here.
lie says, "the teams are very talented and we should play n in January 15 ALABAMA STATE ....................... there
the championships tournaments during the month of Febuary." january 17 -EDWARD WATERS ...................... Here
The team shown from left t ti o Jackson C 1 a r ence ; Emanuel January 27 FORT VALLEY STATE .....,..,....... there

right Hack Row, Jackson Syt-. Alphonsa. Front How, John february 5 CLARK COLLEGE ....................... Her.
v i a f Butler, Gloria; Irvin, ; ; 47k\ February 6 -ALLEN UNIVERSITY................... Here
Mary; Jenkins,Dorothy, HymoP9ulette I ; ; i Febraury 15 FLORIDA INSTITUTE .................... Here
Middle Row, Thomas,, kins, Kennle; Williams, Jackie; February 17 FLORIDA AiM UNIVERSITY....... Here
Annie; Robinson, Mary; Jefferson Herbert E. Blackshear Coach. February 20 ST. LEO COLLEGE ........................ Here
Linda; Neal, Mary. Front All Home Games Played in Moore's Gym.
CooperDeloris, Williams, ......

Judith; l1oss. Deloris, C.M.P1- --GAMES AWAY -
erson, Coach BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
the team shown left to right/ 1907-19G8: December 8-9-MIDDLE GEORGIA -FT.Valley Ca.

ack Row, Murphy Edward; December I 11 CLARK COLLEGE ...........................There'
Oiddens Willie; Butler, James; December 11 Middleton High December 12 -ALLEN UNIVERSITY ........................There
.-iizel), Jimmie, Crusark Earl; Crescent City 7:30: p.m. December 14 FLORIDA MEMORIAL...................... There
London Funk, Golden, Dwight. December 13 -Middleton High I January 9 -ST. LEOCOLLEGE ..............................There
Middle Row Clark !Nathaniel; .Bunnell, 7:30: p.m. January 11-FLORIDA INSTITUTE ...........,.,....,......_There
CUrk.Nallim: Tell killS, Wilbert; January 4 Harris High January 19-EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE............There
Hall, Iirnmif, Smith, Bunts; 12:00 ** STATE ............There
Hastings, : January 24 ALBANY ............,... ,.,
January 15 Harris IIIgh February ALABAMASTATE, .. .........,..................There
du iI r III oj II Ii I rsI JJunnell ** February 3 ALABAMA: A t M ............................... There
January 22 Dunbar High : February SAVANNAHSTATE: ............................ There
: : Green Cove Springs ** February 12 FLORIDA A t M UNIVERSITY. .......,.... There

January 24 Dunbar High February 13 FORT VALLEY STATE ...................... There
: 1MDT : Bunnell 7:30 p.m. February, 22-24 S.I.A.C. TOURNAMENT. Tuskegee, Ala.
January Gilbert High \

BRAND NEW Jacksonville January Gilbert High! Albany State Basketball Schedule

aI Bunnell
I 1968 VWSEDAN
JanuaryKeller High-MacClenny. Deceml 20 Mississippi Industrial. Holly Springs Miss.

Mother Was December' 21 Alcorn A 4 M .......,..........Greenville Miss.
January Keller High Bun- Calvin Murphy's Niagara's MurphyIs December 22 Mississippi Valley State ... Eudora, Ark.

nell December 23 Mississippi Industrial........ Dermott Ark.
176450DttlVtRED February 14 Central December 27-30 -Chicago Christmas Classic .. Chicago 111.
With Althea GibsonNIAGARA
ademy Illg Palatka Co-Player

a IN |AX Ar February L Central Aca- Good Dribbler January 0 Savannah State ........,.................. Albany Ga.
,. 'I' r n...," ", ,/ demy High( Palatka" FALLS, N.Y.-Calvin Murphy recevied much of his January b Fort Valley State ......,.......,...... Fori Valley Ga.
February arver Jr. High basketball ability from his mother, lurk in Norwalk; Conn. Calvin Murphy Niagara University's '-iniklcr, .vIlliiE'i III the January 8 Clark College ................................ Albany
I I.V> -Orlando "My mother used to play on a touring basketball team with spurllig'it'! this basketball season, brini/iiu' t t"< i t t"ldl ol three Jaunary 10 Fort Valley State .......................... Albany
WY) February -Carver Jr., High( Althea Gibson," said Murphy. the comets '>n the sports horizon 'flieuHitit t *" nil I I.* I CLA's January Bethune-Cookman College ....Daytona BeachFla.
Bunnell "She had me dribbling a basketball when 1 was three yearsof 1-ew AJcincor and Dayton's Donnie Mav. January 15 Edward Waters College ....... Jacksonville Fla.
a Catlin- February Campbe I Senior age. i.ater. when I was older, she wouid leave me at a playground -* ', January 16 Florida Memorial ............ St. Agusutine Fla.
Daytona Beach across from ur house, when she went to work in the Murphy was touted eat her in stars litv I nd H points" leyond 'January 17 Chaflin College ................................ Albany
I february Campbell Senior morning, I'd play basketball all day until she came home. the season by the knuwhows asa that he scoud" :50; '2, 51, January 20 Miles College ................................. Albany
Griffin 1,7 U and CG In the 19-
ftunnell definite great. !He is considered points. January 24 Bethune-Cookman College ................ Albany
as the greatest shut in game season he averaged 48.9 January -Morris College ........,................./PearsonCa.
Volkswagen; DAY GAMES ** the history of basketball Boston points per game.It January 27 Benedict College ....,..,........... Columbia S.C.
e INC Gross Photos. DEADLINE FOR NEWS FOR CHRISTMAS Celtics general manager seems that Murphy has the January 29 Voorhees College ....,...........,. Denmark S.C
Auerlack rated him as the Instinct for playing and will Cooperate January 30 Savannah State ................... Savannah, Ga.
1250 EAST 8th ST Fight neatest basetball player. II'.th Manny eaks..
Help ISSUE IS MONDAY DEC. 184 P.M. is also baton
Wla' In his first freshman Murphy
expert
III 354-9093 seond February 1 Edward Waters ................,........... Albany Ga
Cancer !;.Imf' against a team of for twirler he was in junioi Wk February 3 Miles College ..................... Birmingham Ala.
f and competition at the New
.1 ----- ---- me\ i college professional Wrold's Fair and has other February 5 Voorhees College .........,................... Albany
wan February 8 Clark College ......................,..... AtlantaCa.
The Mils asked him to
Cot prizes. February 9 Benedict College ..,...........,....,.......... Albany
To Town To twirl for them dining :a Halftime -
You Don't Have To Go lie: wears sweatei vlth February 13 Paine College ...,..,..........,...,.... Augusta Ga.
Does Coca-Cola his a the 1 lack. February 14 -Chaflin College .................Orangeburg.S.C.
The name across February 15 Morris College ...,................. Sumter, S. C.
outstatidmgplav t r is a good
PRICESDRUG February 22-24 -SEAC TOURNAMENTSpotlight !
LOW dribbler arc urta ge, and has

have the taste good body coi'ti ul.
Murphy ittr.x. :.id '1.lh'lI.d l attention -
.
STORE NEEDStrade even et f ,t n .t> gut mt On
of high school :-1 i ilk, Cc..1111. l Sports]

you never get tired of ? with Your Neighborhood Drugstore In a high school l .111-,1.11 g-und
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL at Allentown, Pa., t tui tears,
PAPERS. We deliver We also fill all Doctors Pre- ago he s< i ,ml J p. nils, in JHminutes.

,ty :NEGRO PRESS IN rERA: f.Or-.AL

? scriptions.Dixie FAMU Marchers WILD GAME
Is it always refreshing Pharmacy

Will PerformFor SAN o FRANCISCO Lue the roaring "gale" that he is, super-
back Gale Sayers of the Chicago Bears stormed all over the San

1302 Kints Road M Myrtle Charities Francisco 49ers: in Kezar stadium recently,scoring three touchdowns -
and setting up a fourth to lead the Bean to 28-14 victory -
Do things better JACkSDNVII It:-.liiksunvilleGUI their fourth in five National Football League contests.
go Phones Ellin 5-5597-98 plies ha* Slim it-idi'd in doing
Gale
grabbed: the opening kickoff and returned it 97 yeards to
what hundreds millet group paydirt scored again in the second quarter on a 15-yard gal
have attempted tn do in recent lop and streaked to his third touchdown thriller In
in a 58-yard
with Coke PAY YOUR LIGHT. WATER AND years. tile third quarter. 4eriapparentlyhadnosoluUon: for him.
They have acquit ed the world

TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE famous Florida AiM Marching BOUT POSPONEDDALLAS
Coke ? band for the American Football
after Coke after
halftime
League All-Star Game The December 4 non-titie
bout between world welterweight -
,.. .... .. show in the Gator Bowl on Jan-
champion Curtis Cokes and Eddie Pace of Los Angeles -
uar 21Since was postponed toOl ddte to be announced later, alter Cokes
Getting music to sound right in a their first naional T.
pulled some ligaments in his left arm during training for lie
+ tethunteI' //, u studio is a matter of getting a apperante in the i i9G3 pro play- 10-rounder. He is currently undergoing treatment for the injury.
n o. !fame in the Orange ;owl, the"Maing
r7dmoCalvsrar ? 'O V' ti Jm nJQ perfect balance of elemei ts.** 100"( has received SCORING AGAIN

literally hundreds,. of invitationsto

?The same thing, I expect appliesto perform. I BOSTON-Superstar Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia
Called by Life Magazine "tne 67ers indicated last week that he may forego his self-Imposed
getting a great gin a perfect halftim show in Ame
greatest
seasonlong scoring slump and go on Uie scoring rampage again,
balance of elements dryness flavor rica", the FAMU band is probably -
as he racked up 52 points in leading Philadelphia to an easy
the works That's what I find inGordon's the most the copied nation. musical Its departure 133-109 triumph over the Seattle Supersonics. wilt also grabbed -
grot in 37 rebounds for
** an increditble overall performance.
Gin from standard band

tactics, coupled with its excel- SIGN FOR SEMJ-FLNAL

,' 'nre in precision and music
A 0" "
,, international
has made it
"J A '\' .. ".' 1"1.""Is an OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA-Challengers Thad Spencer of San
r t+, attraction. 100 Francisco and Los Angeles' Jerry Quarry have signed a 12-
it
Called the Marching round bout, February 3, that will be part of the WBA tourna-
; actually has 160 pieces. Its ment for the heavyweight boxing title The Oakland arena clash
varied and best
maneuver are will net each fighter 77000. The WBA withdrew title recognition -
r 1b. a illustrated by Its famous Contrasting slow- from champion Muhammad All (Clay) several months ago
the
steps: very because of his refusal for religious reasons,toserve In the U.
:'death cadence" and its extremely -
S, Army.
rapid marching ;pace,
.. both enhanced by lancy arm ana DISSENT

let movements.The .
band .5 directed by Dr.
William P.Foster, head 'of the BOSTON-Bill Russell who two seasons ago became the first
and Negro ever to coach a professional basketball team,and Willie
AiM Department of Music
A' himself a nationally prominent Mays, the San Francisco Giants superstar center fielder, last
t week voiced different opinions on the controversial question of
y band director. whether Negro athletes should boycott the 1968 Olympic Games.
R Since the band members are
c s xs students their public appearances Russell, whose Boston Celtics were leading the National Basketball -
-. '. from school limited. Association, said "A man should do what he feels is right
tj Jacksonville away Charities Halttlme and if the decision is to boycott, they don't have to worry about
hurting the so-called Negro cause." Mays said Negro athletes
Mallison feels
You know it. It's your best Chapman Jacksonville Mally is extremely for- their with problems grievances with should Olympic form officials a committee to straighten out

tunate in landing the Marchin
100 for its pre-game and half
refreshment buy. time festivities. POST GAME BRAWL

The game which will be nationally -
televised over N5C,but CHICAGO total of 20 youths were arrested recently
blacked out in this area, will (Dec. 2)) during sporadic wildcat disturbances that followed the
feature the cream of top pro- mayor's annual Prep Bowl game between the Public School and
fessional football talent in the Catholic league football champions. Mount Carmel High School,
Weo0N Dlsr bus Der AFL. the Catholic champion, routed Dunbar,the Public League titllst,

Coke' ? GIN Kickoff is at 1:30: P.M. onSun- 370.
CoKe '\ day January 21. Tickets are being -

.. sold on a first come first
wrn. '
Sooo SOOO .\ served basts at1245East Adams BUY U.S.
1 / 01 Streets in Jacksonville. Side

Bottled under the authority cf The Coca.Cola Company by: Jacksonville! Bottling Company, NOBUCI or u 11 im mi'ui' SMIII msuuo/110M si* .rtooi COKUM i on M n 111 tent 11 I stand tickets are only $5.00 SAVING BONDSPAGE
with end stand seats(in the bowl

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13 Negroes May Play In Rose Bowl Against UCLA New Year's Day





VocationalLost Raines' High Most Valuable At Grambling! And lAMU. Indiana Has Had Trials But

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To Pine Vikings Get May Win With Race PlayersIndiana


University's Football Hoosierstopsforthe Rose Bowl

Forrest 63-51 Gateway Nod ," game in Pasadena on New Year's Day, has listed 13 Negroes.

all of whom may play and be seen on the nationwide radio and
CALLAHANJohnny Green
Champion Raines High placed tplcvlson broadcasts
scored 27 points and led Pine seven men on the 2'-mm All "'

Forrest High 63-51 basketball Gateway Six Conferc f' team Induiid's Negro contingent will star to go out on. Beban was

victory over Stanton Vocationalof for 1967 With time Vikings including (the following; Mike held to a minus 9 yard rushing.

Jacksonville on the offensive unit lid four Adam, Nat Cunningham, A]Gage fumbled twice and completed

Green of Callahan collected 13 on the deiensive orOell Gill, Bob KirkBrown only three passed for I 17 yardsa

points In the first half, but Vikings eafrmn, offensive Marks! Charlie Murphy, Bob total met yardage of only

tossed In half of Pine Forrests' berths are guard Icimt, r"ney Norman, Clarence Price, Lee eight

20 points in the third periodto tackle Plathell Dallas and hald- ti '11Jx Robinson, Cal Snowden, CdegDiaxt In three years of varsity play,

pace the host clubs attack. back Andrew Calhoun nil defense ,,i, and Cal Wilson Beban guided the Bruins to a re*

He also cleaned the boardsfor are halfback David Thomas 0I I nad l&C won a trip to cprd of 24' 5-2 Including two

Pine Forrest tackle David Woodard,, ) Pasadena I rl"" tl.e second year victories over IBC and a Rose

The Callahan is 2-1 for the sea guard Aaron Wells and and Al- li i row Iwo week agu with that Bowl vltroy

son while the Stanton Engineersare phonso Wade All are seniors 2 -20) decision over UCLA and Bolden the brilliant sop-

also 2-1. Stanton will be idle except Thomas and Wt Us, Y Indian, worse the final para- homore from San Diego, step-

until next weekend when the Engineers Gilbert was team rumu'rup to grapl I I. its rags-to-riches ped In to a sub for Beban and

take part in the But- Raines with four places, followed sti, i a fantastic 19-14 win "ompleted 6 to 9 for 171 yards.

ler Invitational by Butler Stanton and Pine Forrest took 17-8 first his earned Indiana a share of
a Vocational with tin et' eirh Anderson 1 to end Ron Copeland. Bolden
quarter lead then Stanton cap- furnished the otI < r two -.I 4 he Big rein title with Purdue got the Bruins' other tally ona

tain and 20-point per game performer stars Orr ind Miiinesnta and its first tripto 14-yard run Bolden ran for

was tossed out of the ,1 Ib1 F Pasadena in history. 16 yards on six tries

tussle early In the second quar- Florida Cagers AreMagazines Indiana was 18-1 last year and As of now,Coach Tommy Pro-

ter with a total of onJe five 4 hadn't enjoyed a winning sea- thro says Bolden Is his start

points, Earl Murray took scorIng ToppersFour son since 19S8 ing quarterback for 1968
honors for Die Engineerswith Now the rome West with the

23 markers 10 of them Central Florida I isket-> sanit 9-1 mark posted by the

comelng in the third period bailers have been namedamnngAmerica's US( Trojans/ who were named Watch
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'Top 500 Iv Has- _I""' national v," 'he Mc-
-=.ae.L 1_ iIQ -"- Vwd'" champions
thERS-
Rains' Subs ketabll Magazine: TALLAHASSEE, FIA ODC'S MOST VALE for tin Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta are Charles Boone (left) Arthur. Bowl commu.ee Mon-

Hie> are: Don Jackson, Winter yinrtti/ I t am'" Hi l'I,is 1'f (.ramWint (left) ,amid ,"d I Ifcis J"hll. f I i ". I-Cola (impany's regional 'ffl< I' 1/1 Atlanta; and da\\ This Clown

Park, Walter Smith, Wymcre \ i I.. ,.f ; I I I .\ i 11,1 I \1 1 linv' ,'rsiH (iic'hi J r. < i led" I !II"" tll- I I", 1\ ,ii 1 Pint' of tin Miami nffiit 1 "ikini!, ,al I is 1 J.R.t ., 1 fo'lI; the record, UCUA showed

And Absences Tech Doug Gamble, Winter Gar- stall! ', pi I. i l I\II.I f,"U"wini' tin Jtli< Alllilitl, \11.1'1'. I JI ', a 1,1,I, r) under of the 011C up Saturday to receipt for its 96 73 57

den and Eddie Thomas, Cocoa 11L'\ '.,"nl i lla si I< '" Mi itlv, in, MnmiPusiiliiiL_ ; tin orals second straight defeat against
Nixed WinningGainesville's Monroe, the last white Syracuse. 13 18 85

I Lincoln High 113 Runs Tied FAMU Basket Rattlers Face Most LAST WEEK'SSCORES Syracuse mauled the Bruins 1 9
32-14 but a new Brulm star
cashed in on 24 to 37 free The Top Ten Aaron Brock was born In Negro QB Billy

throes to nah a fl6- .2 decision Active Year But Show Talent Push Bi Iden.pIt 5 1

:Mere last week in cage action In Big LeagueOne Just wasn't Gary [k>lJan's .

from William Raines High L--UCLA TAl,1.AIIASShh, FaA.: Two consecutive losses t to AlbanySUte day and a sad note for a great 2 3

The visitors accepted all of Louisville hundred and Urn teen runs College have not dampened the spirits of the Florida A and M Georgia Southwestern jG

nie charity shots and gave second 3-Houston tied two men, top in bibeball, University basketball! team as tin Rattlers face their most active Shorter 38 I ( 66 32 35
let: Oof
setback of the season The Kansas for 1967-- Hank Aanm and Lou season since Ed Oglesby took over as head coach in 1950.In ;, !

Vikings were minus three starters Oaytona Brock the first two of the humore Clarence Allen, who Miles Memorial 9f 8 88 49 9 72
games
The sub just made t C-North Carolina Mississippi Industrial 81
mall lrurc'5w
1 Put, then routes were not t the basketball the spcializesincomngoff the
1967-68 season, I
floor -l\ston College
mistakes Sometimes
He's Up
same bench and literally shooting lit Sometimes ,
State Ia1Hf HDFNNTEKKEEP
Rattlers lost to Albany l.JysC'Jl'es
Richard Dente and Mik. -Valid'rl ulti Alcorn AIM 95 Subtracts
e Aaron. Atlanta lira VI'S slugging Rattlers out of trouble with five o He's Down, He Adds, ,
of 98-87 and 9488. --
Crowell led the (rain< ,villiirnt i\tfin Texas Southern 76 'r", ,, ".""... fi workds.it all around.
curlieldtr t his fourth of the He
gilt< schedule goals in the later part
The. 21 remaining
[ with 12 p mK ;1)1 1 I -D"I lib. 1 I.I I.. game MOVINGInstead
home i un title with 39 four
eludes the University of MIami game
while Charle, Pen tddn! ." ILK" ,"'i s' I nirk. a Cardinal- hit and the University of Tam- Adding strength to the back- Grambling Texas 127 of waIting. for fnh to 53 91 83

.1 OI I b.nu limb,U'h tI d-the lea- pa pius three tournaments court will be sophomore Charles College 91 come to you. go looking for them

I Honors Go To FAMU oar\ v ,tl,2, stolen babes. A fast-breaking, ball hawkingbut Estes and Junior Anthony urges the Illh'ng department at COMING! FRACTIONS
__ Virginia Union 117
outboardl. Fish not
are
out the ball Mercury
Both I < ante among Shelton both are good

learn "s 1 r,t >pbatters.They fol lers Inexperiencedgroupnfhust-, the squad is loaded with handlers and good shots from Johnson Smith 9oAUabama evenly lake or rlver distributed they note throughout and tamespent 100 1 62 321

loN.'a'" "In'rta Clemente, WIH; 2r to 30 feet out.
alent, with only two< seniors State looking pays off better
w, i III,is I 'girth iiattiiig title witn on the entire team Headingthe Oglesby, who has won 75 percent Alabama AA.M 122 ill than lust .Ittn', MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED

a 1\t'l.lge, i and led 383player list of players is last year's of his games Including

IltL :tO'I') tilts 'reshman sensation, David eight Southern Intercollegiate I

n" I ,nds placed second inn Wright leading scorer, play- Athletic Conference Championships AUTO INSURANCE

l I"' nl batting with a 263 aver makpr and ball steale Wright has produced many allconference Numbered."
f Mn made the top 15; Man's Days are
( ut i, "I I I lot, Cepeda Broak and a\T7:ged 22 points per game stars memners ol 25.00 Down, $S9.00 Per Month. Health and Fortune Can Be
and was selected totheall-con tie Harlem Glob Trotters, and Yours When You Know You l
I rill, MI Larsen the I league's
i ference tournament team. Associated Press Little All
.. in,,st t ihubU pUrVet, get 111 one Lucky Days
Two other all- conference returnees -
I rni',S I. ,. are Alfred Lawson, a American No Interest Or Finance Charges

o / t.Elvin Hayes 6' 6" Jumping bean who promises BLESSINGS BUSSING$ Send Lucky$2.00 Colors for, etc.your

to be a great one after

: more experience; and Dennis Die man !bo,.. with the gift SR-22 Filings FREE. Horoscope Guide for

Led CougarsInto Jackson, who was the second Rev Roosevelt Franklin of Ma-

leading scorer on the team con, Georgia It is through God DECEMBERFill

t \ Fred Robinson, 6'7", 22 I hat I can remove all evil conditions ROBERT TRAVIS
Victory In the blank below and'mail
centei is the make-it
pound some questions you may
or-break-it man. If Robinson wish to know to ZODIAC, Post Office'

CHAMlAIf! .", 111. (AP-Elvln has a good year, the young Rattlers & Associates, Inc. Box 1171 Jacksonville, Fla.,
ll.iv.", "s'''id 17 "f his total
will be hard to handle fur DOO YOU NEED MONEY'IS
2.. in the second half '
pants any team MY SICKNESS NATURAL Ut\ 8th Street Room 10, Collier Dldg. 354-7891 NAME
t t" lead the second
Situidi
h Probably the best sixth nun CAN MY HUSHAND STOP III'I dijewood Avenue S, 389-3483 STREET
oJ', II t II ubUn Cougars to a
.36I-3f183 TATE OF BIRTH -
l J 'In iiie conference and om DRINKING? 6483 Roosevelt Blvd.
I .1-b! I ibketball,; victory over JTe best in the south I is supJa CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RE-
[lilli'.,' ibIi '
TURNED'
Ihl"II, ostitig its record
I 1-u i 1..k. .. a 2j-I8: halftime lead C. Smith
They call me tie (Huutmin).
39-37
""II tI" Illinl chased in
But I am only a servant of dod.
i' r, '"kn Mike Price hit 11
Smothers VU Because Cx] is the answer tu
J' 1111 u .i six minute span.
all life's I
problems am Hit
-rw1' [1 ties uncorked seven
"
Y hl The Virginia Union Pai tin'i s KIn of all Day Prophets Send
'1'11"' ," k |,"nits to head the Cou-
Johnson C,mitli University for
T downed my special selected Bible
BBS-" .f. '" P __ w I rs t t". a 47-47 margin with
111 -93:; In a Central Intercollegiate verses To be read nSPEUAl
TALLAHASSEE FLA, Charles Goodrum (seated) receivesthe i., 'tit mi utes remaininga and
Athletic Asso' 1.- DAYS
Willie Lee (allm"r. Mem I Ia., Uv., dfi ,.na''pr 'ntatlves Un "is never seriously chal-
.. ,luri". tr tine, tion !game in llarro.stever.llall. Send a self-addrtssed, stamped -
C f N I "\ I' 1 it'uf'pd.IUIIIIIS', .
of the Pepsi-C impan Michael Davis, last year's high envelop and $2.00 for Hibli
at the 35tl Annual 1 orutr' /tat'." >,'w ( U,'.11 i held i." enth ui tough man-toman defense -
score for the Panthers scored verses and spiritual Message.
Miami Presentlnj award, 1 an. H, rlJt'11 1 HaiK ,ud Charles Dryden ; mred Houston to make
41 points You will receive hihl verse
20 turnovers The Cougars useda
Arthur NUes, second high by return mail 1
zone defense. Price topped
scorer for Union 21 points,wink SEND TO:
Illinois', with I li
v points
r J scoring John Hunt scored Mandgathei- Rev. Roosevelt I aukln,
Crews added Second
and Randy 10. -
ed in 16 rebounds. 630 Morrow Avenm,

high for Houston was Ken Union outreboundud the Joli/,,i- Macon, Georgia 31301I 1
Spain with 10 paints; .
son C. Smith 66-42.
Panterhs Elioclallze In all case! worn'
The win gaves the a /
Leon MaQuay 2-0 record The Bulls are 1-2. Phone area code 9l2-74-jC47&:;
TONIGHT 1RACE BO'CIOCK MO MINORS! ON17 !SOUTH

By DICK 11'OLFF iV. Makes Poll OfBasketballers \M I:; 'I'I \M: DMIS; OIIIKRS/; HEFt SINO I': j

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\ a.h.lilig I fi.itcinlt) di..axi''at' 'i'i') ""I' 1:1I1t1: I I-li (1"1011111,i ..Ild'Ia.I. berth of tie first team Class AA LOADeD WITH COJI'WFNI AH CONDITIONED Tick-tock..tick-tfck.
bat t Im Him. -t i.'" )",11" ..
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1"I"'ln"n, ) I hai' found! ,
1 ,_ the ii ,wl lie, :\1,1'1)
been ate ldedl) on at.|
nl la kli wail 1 with bait.tcting In the week. Another player, ESIDFNTS IWO T NEW yiMVL ROOF COVfoCONTHOL
hick with both f 1)l.v'| that]
II t II fun to A'! : POF :Vit the Bourbon
a .: tog The learned that ai h type nf'"kls HH lt" Mrtlnila A quarterback, John Reaves T17 PEEPNry,71/'N.E/ L 6MT I.DIOO EPWFAr TOP, '
,,,II image, und Hie). use whi lieiei l I" heel ,11.,1 In flohhnRnnditlmie. polled 11 votes and rfas second //

) to Leon Bill Sexton of Talla- 65 CHEVROLET V8 $1695 didn't watch the clock!
of -kill ninth ,
demand" .1 i iri ei.it.'i ,11'1'1.' ) g,1. .
u 1)1' of fishing hassee, who led with 15 votes. A J'r MAtir TPA NS u" POoN" ITer." A. i'.f
11'1' > iOlillnit And )et, flKIII ) McQuay was third with nine. t
I be mattered by nlt "' 66 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLE $4195 '
,: \ McUuay is a 3/6! sprinter. lie

n'ma.'od t, l an has> e\er miKler been N"dei'ise better.11ont I') t -.."1 .., .-.... 'f...f.I' .rP 1 rushed for more than 1,000 W L Kt!NOOAj Hf A tAV COWfOUT'FATS CONTHOL T T PEi? !;"Huff QHFD P t-I,1 OLD CHARTER
) .
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a tiny fly to a ".11) t: ; -,
5i yards including long scoring rBIR'DH'lA: A.
hair but 1\ $3995
deer
"lit or to drop a 67 .
runs against Roanson Plant
I'1, lien from a puicnai. lotl' bi" -! ....... \ Finest Bourbon
IIU'I : OF, KHtt* y Kentucky's
llillsboiu three ANr.'a'n .
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fl i klc when all other met!I h t'lfa'Jli:_ .jns. '
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FAMU's Rattlers T 1 .' 'us
::: Big '
fri- ) wa efly finning there h,," r w5
67 RAM>irty] ; ;; ; ; $1895N
al-*;' hPPnew flyroddln: "PBr.llrIIII\1;: l;::i iter \ .;- W1 I STEEliNG "; a r I.
*
Lose Babies Win 1 G9'OpO :;,
= 66 BUCK \\ [II-DCAT
"t|r I'<-il bain bonlta I bonefl"! aibl : ; w.E
: : <. H TOP LoaDED WITH' AN, COND '' 'H
IH* are benK| regularly take' -;'tN'-= Florida A i M lost last Sa-
on the willowy rod, and ,"aI1fI-'. turday to ..
iru even ocranlonally landed ISIS !1S A NO.THMN CM AND LIPS' au'.o. NI ,0' 1
fo meet fluhermen r..n."p.II"I't ".", III I I'y" (,I-hi ." 1'1' e Ii or :a'a by a real, real, Right tight NUs.V'OVER
"I' poratlon denlgned a "hole lea a.'i. ''I'i of,I I 1i"1I0,, flit'I k)Ia-- fly squeeze of 105-104.This was 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

r.. 1' I'nllke their bamboo |t"edcC'--, II",, ailaInd., 1- Nona, t takes the opening battle of the Fort
tr"IIIII', Ih' """ Lp",1 III
'e... and they cart. even be aced dry I fl|1111 l ,' nun i ...1"! III 9 flllll, heavy, ley invitational Tournament.
II )
ate
) 'lode run from 7 fool dell Wrigiu led the rattlers with R. S. EVANS3rd i
1 .,
< Icy alt water mo>lel
:New. Garcia fly lines are better in.in e,ei, and I are sac) to are 24, with Shelton and Lawson
I
fir Th. \' special lite.time coaling "hl' h make KrPllolnll and adding 21. A consolation game
llU chore as outmoded as the 'horseand & MAINEL 1E
,1'YlnK I and other "nulnne.e" was played later.
sinking lines really link
float.
waion Floating lines really FAMU nigh won last's week's
., tapered nofll.m.ntl"ader.
cnotl.
GarL la also, |baa a number of )
game by downing Creensville
and leader knots a thing
which make perfect casts easier Training 68-49. 4.8381. OPEN.TILL 9:30: P.1EL! 4-mi
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Iu 'II A PROBLEM Alpha FratSpeaker First In Detroit Public Relations PALATKA, TOJR! GOOD


EVERY DAY OF 1 ; r. ICAN" FLORIDACONTINUED HEALTH

Although the present *gf IliUI
YOUR LIFE? : I.J probably be called tht atoms

$any seem smaller onre they Rev. William H.Cray, Jr.pas I '' I r FROM PAGE 12 age It might with equal van
are understood. Let me try to tor of the Bright Hope Baptist dity be called the disposable:'
'help! you with your Personal Church of Philadelphia! Pa.,will : .I Monday, Dougals AndersonJan Not only do housewives save
Problems. Confidential AirMail address the Founder' Day Celebration 9, Tuesday, HereBoys( ).; Harris disposable table clothes,toweli
of the Alpha Phi Alpha High, Jan 11 Thursday,
postage to this coUMry food containers, cups plate>>
Inc. at Daytona There, (Boys & Girls): Howard
25$ Fraternity and other items, but hospital
December High Jan U .Thursday, There,
3each on Sunday, and doctors are also making
OMEGA IOta at the Bethune-Cock- Open Jan.15, Monday; Tes- creasing use of such items

Dept FSN man College. The day long activities senden, Jan. 17, Wednesday, Doctors have long been nr
with a here (boy & girls); Howard
will culminate ,
Box 29, Mulzenburg, C.P., Here customed to using expendable
South Africa program in the Memorial Cha- High, Jan. 19, Friday, tongue depressors, cottone applicators
per at 4 p.m.. Dr. Gray is a (Boys, t Girls). Douglas Anderson and knife blades that

former president of FAMU.He Jan, 22, Monday, There, can be removed from their oaa-
holds degrees from Blue- (Boys). Middleton,Jan.23, Tuesday dies.

field State College and the Uni- Here, (Boys);Open, Jan. 25 Other items that have been

scj... DrfrkSchenley. versity of Pennsylvania, and has Thruda),. liunnell, Jan. 29, added more recently include
dune further study at the Temple Monday, There (boys 4 Girls) hypodermic needles and sy

University uf Theology. He Seintsler >,jak; Open, Feb. 5., ringes used to inject drugs and

holds an honorary degree from FL. ", and Feb. 9,; Bunnell vaccines; collapsible tubes that

EdwatersDelray! Juia r High, Feb. 14, Wedliesnes contain one dose it drug to be

lav, here (Boys A Girls); injected, bottles for infant feed

NegroIs Middled! High, Feb. 16, Frid- ing which may be our chased

day rhere (boys); Harris High empty or already filled, cathe.

Feb. 19, Monday, Here (Boys & ters and liners for glass infant

Girls), Murry High, Feb. 21,
First On \.r4 s ji LL: feeding bottles to eliminate the
FrankM.Seymour, left prsldent Frank Seymour Associates C.Barlton Brechler, administrative assistant to the vice-pre Wednesday, Here, (boys & Girls need for washing

Detroit Public Relations Firm, ,was recently elected sident, public:! relations, fieneral Motnrs ( "rporati and Howard Murry !High, Feb. 26, Monday, Along with the paper dressesnow
to a Ihree-vear term on the board of directors oT the Michigan There (Boys 4 Girls),; Mathew featured for women
Local Council W.Hefty, director if oublK inf" iiul 1. u L t "rd Motor! our
Chapter, Public Relations Society,of American, the first The ,, .. Gilbert, Feb. 27, Tuesday.hei, hospitals not outdone-have
Negro so honored Others elected, seen in the picture, were: Company. Michigan chapter is, m f the i"Id, ot in American (buys). State ClassA Boys, Fort has turned to disposable operating .

DELKAY BE AC H-Ozie Young- NPI Photo __ __ __ o. On Myers, State Class AAi Girls gowns. Other items include
blond and James Wilson won Lake City.
inexpensive sterile, waterproof

WINE piaces Youngblood on the won council a close recently.victory FAMU Beauties Are Bowled Dr. King Says Natchez Klansman Is disposable rubber plastics gloves.gloves, replaced -

by eight votes. He is the The saving in the cos jf Cleaning
ursl Negro councilman and had Freed By Mixed Jury Jew Feels Need and sterilizing the items

an impressive lead in the ear- Vietnam FightIs
being replaced mute than
Miss Ernest pays
NATCHEZ, ---
lier election. Youngblood received -
Of More CohesionRabbi for thesewec
equipment. Fur
votes to Tablot's Avants, reputedly Mississippi!
1,3GC
thermore the disposable needles .
,
Big Error Klansman, was freed recentlyIn Ad I t': ur I. Lelyveld,pre
are always sharp because
the alleged killing of an elderly sident of tie American JewS
1,325.BUY they have not been
used before
U.S. Negro in an attempt lure C'ngiess, has said that Jews
Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Dr. Martin Luther King into Papiermache bedpans are
must continue mterfalth dia-
.. says it is time for President now available. The only pro-
Johnson and others to admit Natchez for assisslnatlon logue and aid civil rights struggles blem is finding
BONDS storage space
SAVING Nine Jurors were white, three .
in thecenter making a serious mistake in 'for a 6 to 8 week supply of
always reached verdictin
Vietnam. lie said this mistakeis Negro. They a 7'e emmet.t-1 leader said "We such items with out redesigning

TAKE CARE OF CHILDRENI the greatest mishap in his- Avants two hours was one and of 23 three minutes.men thers seek equality becauseweutcumm'lllded for < ursegrulou-: : out hospitals. Expanded facilities

I will take care of children in tory. charged with the June 10, 1966, to do justice" for incineration of the disposable -
month to 5 Speaking before a Montgomery items, may also be ne-
1
my home from shotgun and rifle slaying of Ben
of things years old. J. Porter 1545 W. I congregation, the leader said Wlite. Circuit Court Judge cessary.
8th St., 3D6-4oB9. the KKK is "sick with racism" James Torrcy turned lIe r'se HOLIDAY GARAGE SALE Manu hospitals have already

He was honored guest at the over to (the jury after 1'1', 15" : 8-4 P.M. Pin Hall, Mach. Record found that the new items have

ninetieth-anniversary of Dexter a motion fur a directed e.dnt t one for 25? or ZfjO?,Furli. cut down on the transmission

THE POWER OF PRAYER -'er:4 Avenue Baptist. Dr. King once of acquittal fiom the defense. Appl. Juke box, Toys, TV'S, infectious diseases. Many mure

pastured the church, which hadits Die defense rested earlier Clothings, Office equlpped.golf items of disposable equipmentwill

C.JLDREN DO YOU NEED origin in a slave trader pen. wit::out tiling .i witness iron ect. 1350 Grow Park Blvd. undoubtedly be developedIn
HELP Or has C AI cl 'en you lie spoke of his intention to the near future.

: everything you need In any TALLAIIASSEE, FLA.-COWLS FOR FAMUUUEENS-Florida continue with his plans for FURN. APT. FOR RENT

f case, write me, 'he ma who Washington. Johnson Branch Of NEED HELP?
A and M University queens received sliver bowls from Grey- 2954 Thomas St. 3 nice rooms,
t !'urn" 's all things are possi la hound representatives, Joe Black during activities at the 35th pvt. bath and porch. Elec. and H.
with Cod Write your wishes t,1 Annual Blossom Classic held The Power Of Prayer
Orange recently In Miami. water Furn. Near Bus Line.
: +. Gospel Singer
; me Oud's message is free Seidnh (Left to Right) Clara Whipple of Jacksonville, Junior attendantto YMCA Plans Couples or one child. $17.50

10 cents for postage. Miss FAMU; Diane Spartling of Miami, Miss FAMU; Joe per week. 386-6472. ARE YOU

Black: and Rhenda McKee of West Palm Beach, sophomore Sick Troubled? Unhappy'Need
W. C. Service box 494-S, attendant to Miss FAMU. Nabbed Enroute 1968 Banquet
Dell ,'ii, \j.lgan,: 48204. HOUSE FOR SALE Help

Die James Welilon I ranch of 'Ideal for small family 01 new-

(jORIlLAGIHL Experts UrgeNonToxic To Dope OutletNEW the YMCA wfll sponsor a banquet ly wed. 2 bed rooms, oak par- Send for your prayer cloth to-

AREA t on Friday, January l 12, for quet hi.d wood floors, central day. Also birthdate Contributions

( mrliita mates with an ape! ORLEANS-Some years Lawereme Joins, ixetutlvedi heat, air condition fence, yard Accepted

Will her baby be half-ape,half- SERVICEMEN Gas ago, a popular song went as follows rector, and Hadid Jackson snack bar and in the pass- REV.MO I lIES MCDONALD

numan >Scientists await the historical : program diiector through kitchen Call 35:>; 8194.
5% answer! "Jasper Johnson, shame on The installation of officers A.G Joyner, 2jll Division St. P.O.Box 5187
SAM ANTONIO-AIrman Henry For Troubles' you! will be at the same time. This Jacksonville, Florida 32207

I FIlE HIPPIES ARE E. Sapp whose mother resides "You can't preach and rob me, affair will be held at the Holiday HOUSE FOR RENT

GONG: at 314 N.W 17th St., Miami, too." House near the Gatur
WASHINGTON Nontoxlc
TIIATAWA'I I has completed basic trainingat gas, In New Orleans last week,they Bowl. The featured speaker will 1238 Wigmore 3 rm. $7.00WII.
rather than firearms should be
Die Lackland AFb, Texas. lie were paraphrasing the song, as 'J!! Attorney Larl M. tluissis. i 1201 Wigmore 4 1m. $7.5OWk.
uutliful rebellion against I isociety used to put down civil disorders
I has been assigned to the Air follows: fffn ,,i,., C P i. 'itt i: | ,4m.de 1205 Wigmore 4 rm. $l.OOWk.
has grown 'stale' and is Force Technical Training Cen- three military experts told Pre- "Gospel singer, shame on you''! 'vllh the .Ji" Ills<"n .rolls Ii \'W A
I I IAFRICANFASIIIONS
petering out sident Johnson's Commission FREE tIKE WOOD
5700 Cl. vel.mcl.
I "You can't sing gospel songs
on Civil Disorders."We .
:1 ; "
and dope me, too.
: believe that riot control Jacksonville Box i Woodwork
I Ir And all this because police at
FOR TIlE HOLIDAYSA agents should be used to accomplish Moisant International airport Gary's Mayor ( omapny, 5011 Buffalo Vve.
the mission before Phone 3r.4-1441.:;
Kenner William Johnson -
full color layout of bold picked up
live ammunition is employed,
who callmed to be a gospel
beautiful African styles for wo said Major General Roderic L, singer, enroute from New Yorkto Gives OpinionOn

$ men. lUll, retired, former California the Crescent City to fill a HOME IMPROVEMENTErving (
S5Ut adjutant general and George M. I
singing date.It Consti union Home improvement -
;; OT January Gelston Maryland adjutant Black Power
gen-
lies. was not the singing date for I two houses can be
IU_DD WSH ft 'KM 6Gilil SEPIANow eral and Brig. Gen. Harris W. which they arrested him. They xmeht! in city low down pay- K-BL DIURETIC POWDERFor
Hollis
NEUTRAL( SPIH11S ClSCNlmlf! DST CO HtC operations director, had a tip he was carrying narcotics ment, house repairs no money
Army office Deputy Chief of CHICAGO-Caiy Mayor-elect weak.
and when he alighted from down We loan houses kidneys-bladder; bed
mosey
on Sale Stiff: for Military Operations. Richard G. !Hatchet had defined wetting. Gettingup- nights
narcotics
the plane, police and so that you want lose them Cash
"( am not going to order a man black power as political and frequently passages, back
agents found him carrying a money if leeded Located
killer for stealing a six-pack of economic control by Negroes aches
liver.
Recommended
,
for
Bible in one hand,a pistol one 1210 1/2 Davis St. 354-8703.
TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS! : beer or a television set," said pocket, and a suitcase filled with resulting in a sense of pride ,''dults, children. u:.$1.00post-
and
General dignity
Gelston. narcotics in jaid
$100,000 worth of
FLORIDA AVENUE GARAGE _YI__ lie added, however, that it had .
his other hand. ISABELLA OF PARIS I) I L HlVn-P! : (COMPANYJP
not been decided whether ttie
1031 FLORIDA HENRY E. SAPPer Atlanta Life Now the gospel singer is concept would "take the path of That's Me'' I have the Amazing I OBox 381 Al t'xandnaI
( at Chanute AFB,Ullonls,for crooning in ill, and intended
Transmission Rebuilding and RepairsLow (where Mack was superior tonic tablets, pep
We Specialize in specialized schooling as an air because Gary a mayor I Virginia
in a
are irning JJ313i
Prices Easy Credit-All Types of Work craft maintenance specialist. users elected) or Detroit! (where sum- for all the things you want to do. [


Used Parts Ilub Caps Bumper Jacks Airman Sapp Is a 1967 grad- Official Asks part of their supply has been mer rioting took place)". Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction
cut off I
Satisfaction Guaranteed- Experienced Workmen uate of Burgess Landrum High Addressing the 1967 John F. guaranteed or Money back. For i UNFURN. APARTMENTS

35 Years school, Millen, Ga.weeees.. For FairplayGeorge Kennedy Award dinner of the i Men and Women. I 320 E. Beaver St 3 rm. $35.00Mo.
Bill Goar
Phone Elgin 4-7455 Manager FAMU Health Catholic Interracial Council, I .

PICK UP AND DELIVERY Airman James 0. McClyde, he said black Americans could P. u. fox 230, Dept S. 1407 Jefferson Plaza 3 rm

son of,Lester McClyde. Sr.,421 E.Lee, third vice pre- not "really trust (religious) I $55.00 Mo.
St. Augustine Tallahasseehas sident of the Atlanta Life Insurance Dean Serviced stltutlons as such until their C:\ry, Indiana 706 Minnie St. 4rm.$45,00Mo.

SALE Completed oasic training at Company, a 68 million members join their leaders" 4632 Moncrief 'Il. 4 rm.$60.00
FOR
Lackland AFB. He has been assigned dollar Institution, speaking to On Working Panel I not "really ti ust (religious) institutions FOR MEN AND WOMENOF Mo.

as an administrative the student body of Bcthune as such until their ALL AGES 280 Watts St. 4 rm. $47.00 Mo.

INTEGRATED MOTEL & RESTAURANT 'I specialist with a unit of the Air Cookman College, recently cal- members join their leaders" in 3629 LionellSt 4 rm. $60.00Mo.
Defense Command at Klamath led for a common citizenship JACKSONVILLE, FLA.-Dr. O. promoting interracial justice. Take New IM PRO v'ED KX runE 824
LOCATED AT NORTH CITY I IMITS ON U S HIGHWAY E. 5th St. 4 rm. $42.00 Mo.
Air Force Station, California. which will provide quality education A.Moore, head of the Depart- ............. TABLE fS for that tired run A-1972W. 15th St. 4 rm. $40.00
NMR: P:':OMVR10US:; NEGRO
NEIGHBORHOOD Health and Education
ment of Physical down feeling that keeps from
He attended Florida AIM University for children of the ghetto you Mo.I' .
14 Modern units with T.V., W.W. Carpets and room phones. as well as for poor whites at Florida A and M Uni- Bare FcxjtNotesI tfnjoying' life

40 seat modern restaurant completely equipped.; Serious IU- from Appalachia or Mexican versity served as a panelist 100 Tablets $3.00, 2X) Tablets UNFURN HOUSE
ness if forces the sale Power Leader during the men's section of the Mm. 5." M 1..111>''. "umm. K 00 $1.00
of this deposits
wner money maker. Land aloneis Americans, or Indian Americans o n
.'l' I xin.lil i i""n I.itling I'" E. 57th St. 3rm. $40.00 Mo.
worth the asking price$105,000.00. Downjayment; of $35,00( which will bring about 18th Annual WorklngConlerenc.of rt-a.l t" 0\.'sr --m.lil tak..'* I c.o.d/s.
required. Owner will consider trade for real estate. Reply Bo Tells British special emphasis on course in Health and Physical Educa- pr..piunli..n.lu tot I msis. l>'','nunl. I EMPIRE PRODUCTS 4 SALES FOLAND li HIGBEE
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9142, Jacksonville, 3 208. human relations that will enable tion. i.5.o, .'V up 5 t.. n"\* .nd i In,, Dr. Moore discussed Image( likely n,"e"! s..ni.' |'iittit'I trig Chicago ILL. 6062 I
Americans tocreate
I Or More StrifeLONDON young of the Physical Education Ma \;,w until fall I, 'lit.\ <'.u.shoul.l '.' I 3a4-843r 317 W. Forsyth St.
those that
great bridges they imlii.l. .5 t f ".tt1itt.' I unit.
iiii4 : : British t selfassurance must cross in order to reconcile jor." Florida A and M was invited routine 'Ih.' onsis, I "f l 1 r ii' < "''" I
k.. about the country's mount- and to adjust divergenciesIn by the conference to exhibit f.it \\,.'k 1 .Ills,, 5 1", .1 >" ...01 I Itini.M
its offerings and activities h I lit '1.'ik i, S tl,Ii., LINCOLN
racial > < Kin
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black violence, despite the relatively -
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small number of West was held at the Roosevelt Ho
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Utilities. FHA Financing*LowDown Britain. Two Bus Lines. Call 353-0420. 1"., BRICK HOME *
Payment! This warning comes from Obi Moreover, m m bo* a natural Name Dr. Gore W. 19th St

__I Egbuna distinguished Nigerian right to be respected

MODEL: HOME: NOW ON DISPLAY! writer living In London at pre- He has a rig ,t to his good To High Post 3 BEDROOMS 112 BATHROOMS ,CLOSE TO MODERN

479 W. 28thk sent who has had afirst-hand. name. He. tvi a right to FOR SALE
Insider's view of the Afro- freedom in (Investigating the ATLANTA, GA. Dr. George W. Clothes and other merchandiseat SCHOOLS AND LARGE SHOPPING CENTER. SELECT

3 BEDROOMS CARPORTI American struggle within the Irulh, and, within the' limitsof Core, Jr. president of Flori- 3 locations. Fur InformationCall YOUR OWN MODEL OR PLANS LET US HELP YOU
Unites Stats. the mortil order and the da A and M University, has Johnny's Hotel 3543337.

The 29-year old Egbuna, who common ooj to freedom of accepted an appointment by BUY YOUR HOME IN BEAUTIFULJ.INCOIH: ( ESTATES.

GRAND PARK I calls himself an "African writer speech and publication and Governor Robert E.McNalr of XMAS SPECIAL
and lawyer, In that order," 10 freedom to pursue whatever South Carolina to the Executive '*
now heads Britain's Universal profession he may choose Board of the Souther Regional Christmas Special! Hair Styling

SALES OFFICE AT DIVISION & 20TH ST. EXP. Colored People's associationa Education Board for 1968. The Wig Setting, Tinted and
small but extremely: seriousand He isis the right, also to recommendation was made to Weaving. Reasonable Prices.

PHONE 354-6746 FOR DETAILS active Black Power Move- be 'accurately "informed about Govenor McNair by Governor Location 822:: West Beaver S:. 7130rachrd; ; onRd. 76S-168S i

ments. public ivenls. Claude R.Klrk, of Florida. Call Mr. Banks 3541311.











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