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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 23, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00491

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 23, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00491

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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The UnltedStates Supreme Court and straight-
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o f the Sovereign State of "barbarous",.
heinous, cruel, tactics for criminals;
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the Green Pig is living up to its name. Apparently authorities had a rebuttal supervised
The Pig has not heard of the Civil Rights Laws and of suits Sinclair, super-
and claimed
that the
"sweat
on the statute books where discriminatory practices can be Green Pig Eatery May Go To Court box" mentioned by Bennie where
proved. ,This Bob PpotO "
Smith : gives a good plcutre tithe Brooks, whose conviction has was ,
Edgewood! testaurapt where,'according! to four Negroes who i (1 i been vwded, was well"ventila cell was win-
went there for service they were discriminated against.A ted and was not hot." the fed
federal court action has been entered, not against the Green The such a setup He
Supreme Court, by this
Pig but against its owners.Stokes. i WGiLBE"ii historic is roombe-
lTIi move, reversed a con-
rlctlon of lower courts. by twelve feet'
Further, opined the Justices, Brooks par-
about one-half
to side
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the dimensions of the windowless were In-


Hatcher Readies CASE GOES TO COURTNegroes two Brooks other was sweatbox men thrown, we,cannot Into naked which,with accept of the the room maximum prison.area

his (confession)as the voluntary It was plan-
expression of the on-
CLEVELAND-NPr Stokes has shaken up City Hall by ....WI.....woSL... !<<1 / coerced will." convicted on
trm ," ,." had pro
firing 19 assistants In Cleveland's Law Office and naming five And And further, said the justices
Negroes to a "Little Hoover Commishloo" which has urged Claim Hatchets "the stark facts' of his confine ) them.to.." cells: I
Parents Want
New ment belle contention
sweeping city reforms. is to be determined by Stokesand from him within any minutes after .. Supreme ,
Meanwhile, Gary's Mayor-el White Kitchen Meals Knives Used ha was brought from! the cell : "The re-
ect Richard G. Hatrber is talk. A t the same time, the mayor was not tainted by the 14 days ( documents a ,
Ing of overhauling the city's named five new tees to the Were OfferedThe Over WeekendA ha spent In such an oppreslve- of barbarism
police department and Is demanding "Little Hoover Commission," : School bole" escape the re- ,
Building of this Court.
the resignation of his which has calledfor an revamping knife, a hatchet and !stolen Bennie Brooks, 23, formerly
Green
political foe,John Krupa,chairman of the city's administration. Pig, an Edgewood liquor highlighted lie weekend of Dade County, and two other concluded the
Lake County Democratic Named to the commission are Avenue eatery through Its own- news as Jaxons made merry, men were thrown Into a cell the Judge
or gaol ration, Attorney Charles V.Cur.maJ- ers, may have to explain why argued and fought. seven feet long and six and one-

Stokes' clean-up campaign In ority leader,City Council;Mrs. three service Negroes there were. refused Van Buren Rlely, ST., '119? half feet wide, following a May
recently.A : Negro
Cleveland Is designed to clear Tommle Patty, executive director federal court action was Board StallingThe West Thirteenth, is dead slat, 27, 1965, riot, In which Brooks
the deadwood out of City Hall Pfaillis Wheatley association brought against the Pig earlier bed fatally In his bier? early partJctpated. airstrip.'r
and to Improve the city's tarnished ; Attorney John Busta- this week for alleged discrimination Saturday morning, according to It has been revealed that the
Image. mante chairman Board f Patrolman H.A.. Curtis and cell had "no bud or"other furnishings
o against the three because Jacksonville School board ma}be stopped_in its plans to
First to get the ax were 19 Trustees, CentralState University Mathew Hlgfei&hool Patrolman J.E. Witt. Riley, it or facilities except a #
,of their race. Henry Roberts "remodel" Gilbert instead of building anew L .4
I assistant attorneys la the office ; Attorney Elmer Whiting, William Graham and one, If plans,of opposition' elements to the rebuilding go was said, was carrying rubbish, hold flash with.ttw floor, which
of Law Directordeslgnee Jr., certified public accountant; James Washington said they throuoh.Irate from a tavern and after being hole served as a toilet"Brooks
Paul D,White. and Mrs. Frederick D.(Blanch) were refused service In t h e stabbed! staggered hid" Mom'iKitchen confessed to taking
The 14 assistants who s t a y Crayton. restaurant In October jmd were parents and opponents sent remodeling would come: at 1288 Kings Road at part In the riot.
must submit letters of recommendation The commission has suggestedthat told that Negroes would ser- of the school board's plans from the same bondage amounting about 3:49 am. He could not He was, as the High Court
from social a political Cleveland have a deputy eyed in the kitchen only.be sought Friday for a restraining to about $800,000. Identify\ his assailant. makes plain, by 14 days of It
organisations. mayor to take tome of the load The suit to be brought Into order against the School Board. Judge Bryan Simpson In August When the officers came they ounces of soup and eight ouncesof
According to White, a former off Mayor Stokes. court at a, later date chargesthat They charge that the board and In January, when ruling found 'Riley sitting In a boot water, forced to confess:
Municipal Court Judge. t his Also recommended: Other recommendations the Green Pig is,violating members have reneged on for, on desegregation told the and bleeding at the mouth. The Louis Wainwrlght t director of
procedure is designed to determine concern: the.Civil Rights Act of 1964. mer promises to put up a new board to consult the desegregation ,officers applied a compress the Florida Division of Corrections :
the "worth" of the remaining Establishment of a personnel The 1964 statute has forbid- building. The school board has center operated by the bandage and sent Riley to tie said, "a prisoner Is given
assistant law directors department to supervise hiring1, den discrimination In'restaurants hedged behind the excuse that Department of Health, Education hospital, where he was pronounced -
to the administration. and employment""city workers serving new land could not be purchased and Welfare at the University dead on] arrival.Homicide King, Wilkins w to
The lawyers, who earn u ; era The statute Interstate Is specific travel in becuase. of high costs and, further .of Miami. Judge. Simpson Detective Sergeants E.R. ,
average salary of$11,000 a year Establishment of a new cab- noting that no prejudice Is to be that the State Board would ruled that they snould place Deyo and (.. Helsabeck said, Randolph Young
are "not civil service employees inet-level Department of Public shown where interstate transportation not consent to such because of a new school with the objectof the victim had been stabbed between t
but are an arm of the Relations to help "improve the a dwindling community around eradicating the vestiges of the shoulder blades. MMES
is Involved.In L JR.
mayor/' according to Judge city's Image," other words the Green Pig the school. the dual system and of eliminating Lonnle Williams, 54, 1452 Talk Nigeria I
White. "We believe we have the Making the police department a la Parents of children there the effect of desegrega Florida, was whacked on the James, Jr.U-
right to examine them for competency separate branch of the cabinet a public place. claim that the board promised tion." hand by a woman tenant whom NEW YORK-Deeply concerned lcerbigbest
and quality." and closing the present safety The Green Pig, complain the a new building'In a conference This Is part of the argument be had asked to keep quiet In about the civil war in Nigeria. ( of service
Whether they, too,win be fired department, which has Jurisdiction men, and should desist be from ordered the to refrain In 1960. They are, therefore, of the parents, who claim that a downstairs apartment. He four of the nation's top civil by newsmen Ih I,
over both the police and of discrimination because practice opposing the sending of $1,246, segregation might be in the said be attempted to enter her rights leaders art considering following
the fire departments. of 840 for a "patch up" Matthew minds of the board. apartment at about 12:15: a.m., the possibility maklnganem- from duty
"Freedom Of race. They are also asking Gilbert This money was allocated The Judge ordered a complete in the Interest of peace. He did ergency trip to Africa if such a . court
... costs and attorney fees. last October. It Is to be report on the board's plans. not press charges and was treated move will help! to halt the fighting der of the
Cholce"PII. Wallace's Plan used for the construction: of a Flrday's motion was made on at Duval Medical Center, In Nigeria Fighter
In Gary, meanwhile, areno-a- two-story anneal and the renovation behalf_of Daly N.Braxtoq, Sharon and released. The group consists of Roy Wilkins Force Base in
Uoo of the crime-ridden city's PALM BEACH-Tormer Alabama of present facilities. Braxton, their mother Sadie Some buy liquor 1 But, according -. executive director of the report early to "
1 Is Criticized administration Is In the works. governor George C. Wallace Matthew Gilbert School Is 41 Braxton, by Reece Marshall to police records, some National AssoclaUoafortheAd- I
Hatcher, who takes jfflce January la getting the rejection ilk) years old. The 1960 bond Issue of the law firm of Johnson and steal It. Twenty-nine bottles of vancement of Colored People; commended '
1, said there will be"some for his third-party appeal Ice gained Interest because of Marshall. The Braxtons were stolen brew In the car of JamesW. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., adminis
HEW, Health, Education and changes" In the city's Police his presidential asplratloni the promotion of the Gilbert plaintiffs In the suit of'last Jackson, 57, 1511 Twenty- president Southern Christian in the I
Welfare, has come under fire Department.He from Governor Claude R. Kirk, High cause. Money for the pre August. fifth, have caused the lodging Leadership Conference; Whitney ; Only last II
because of Its demands that has declined to say which Jr.. of Florida. a charge of grand larceny N. Young, Jr., executive refused, ve-
southern states remove an vestiges police officials might be re- against him.Patrolmen. director, National Urban Lea- by Flo
*of discrimination of moved. But be cryptically noted Miami U. Recruits A Halfback &H.King and F.D. gue; and A. Phillip Randolph, Gurney
schools ty 1969, because AP that those In the top echelons Biggs said they! stopped at Ocean founder and president Brother- against Black I
toraey JJ.Wllllams representing were, under civil service regulations and Duval with the Intention of hood of Sleeping Car Porters, ,
the. North Carolina the only ones who awakening an apparently sleepy AFL-CIO. said be win
'Board of Public'Instruction, could be removed. man. In his car they found the All four are members of the field and his
contended earlier la (be week "We are looking for a person ,29 bottles of intoxicants, pens Call Committee of the American answered
that the department Is using of caliber to really mount an attack and other merchandise. Jackson Negro Leadership Conferenceon "I am an A-'
sues a demand a mean of re- on organized crime In according to his own ] Africa, an association sponsored is Courtesy of.
rasing federal aid to these Gary" be said. "We'll make l.ity' et44t, testimony bad worked for arestaurant by organizations having Defense.
WH. whatever changes are necessary rffIflI ; : chain for 2) years. an interest In African affairs.
Williams appeared before i ," U took four squad cars and aplatoon Seeking to .avert an armed
HEW examiner and said that the The police department Isn't the of policemen to break clash between forces In Nigeria,
"freedom of choice" desegregation only place where heads are like : lf'r ub a Kings Avenue brawl In front the Conference leaders 0 q .. f It
plan did not work ef ly to roil.Hatcher. of a tavern over the weekend. March 24 sent a cablegram to
fictively He further pointed out Is after the political Kea x namely on Sunday. The policedid Lt. Colonel Yakubu Gowa..,head t F}
that Johnson County which Is scalp of John Krupa, the area's t r1V not get the brawlers. Pat- of the Nigerian Federal government -
being used u an example of Democratic boss, who refused rolman E.M. Repper said he at Lagos, and to each of
protest would have to rezone to back the black mayor-elect. stopped at the battle ground In the four reglooalchiefsofstate,
of ose "force" methods.He Krupa "Insulted Negroes all ,order to serparate made part including Lt Colonel Odumegwu I
pointed to the fact that the over the country" by accusing icipants.Since one policeman Is OJukwu leader of the Eastern -*tnger .Ods.
Fourth United States Circuit Hatcher of "surrounding him tot effective in a tree.for-all, region along"Vlth
Court of Appeals had not been self with black power advocatesand the patrolman summoned the The cablegram: expressed the plane crash
,so point-blank In its decisionqn other extremists whose loyalty squad. He said that Riley Williams pride of Negro Americans In was
It was said that the attorneydid to the United States was a bystander struck him "the emergence of the Independent when his
not expect to come out victorious questionable," election winner la the face. The battle was at nation of Nigeria in 1960" Monday In the
but was simply trying asserted. Kings liquors Kings Avenue and noted that "now events .
Ito set the stage for action If For tha ,reason. Hatcher has 1 Mt ,, cause us to fear the breakup of Johnson,
funds ire actual dented. It demanded that Krupa resign First Negro Nlegela and the prospect of Thompson,Re
was also brought out that the '"We're going to have a differed +Pq bloody civil war. ,
case might! not gob court because chairman In the 1 county Gets, DegreeAt "We ask our brothers In Nigeria exec.
of a parallel one sponsored organization before we can get' ," the Americans pleaded Bee Swain",'
by the NAACP la Kent Negro support" of the,regular Auburn U "to mediate their differences la the
V.. There the NAACP for the sake of us an to
Cowry. .Democrats, the mayor elect added. t9ve. AUBURN, Alas-Auburn] Val ,
Is asking for mandatory attendance ( ,veralry graduated 433 persons make new start at resolving on Decem-'
woes rather than freedom The predominantly Negro lad week including the first their conflicts.: Tennessee,
of choice.In But this and other for
city's black residents longer Negro to receive blachelort depute a per
Virginia the case Is odd it can support the present Democratic degree from the University. pleas Lt. CaL Ojukwv declared There
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that whites and Negroes are organisation entlnulastJcafly -- Samuel 1.. PeWjohn of Cornelia the Eastern region Independent .RtdOag,
fairly-well mixed. The NAACP said Hatcher who hinted Tom Sullivan, standing center,was chosen this week by George Mcmtyre top belt Cnlversl- Ca, received Us bac- on May 30. Military action 0 r. thai
contends that nuuxtatory zones that Krupe: may face a battle ty of Miami recruiter, in the school's replenishment program for footballers.;Seated at the helor's degree and was commissioned to suppress the secession was a farm in
would work Jointly with housing for nil political life la the next ,left It Sullivan's father, Dorniece Butler,CPOand on the right is Mrs. Butler. Sullivan la a a second lie eDaDt In instituted by tint Federal planning an
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Negroes Starts DETRClf-.(MPI>-'1be two Negro Congressmen froiif taw MOM C

tor.City appear to be In political hot water, as a result ofmount-j
"CHICAGO-A new business ',f'J tag pressure from racial militants who want them to assume a

designed to prepare black \ more
people to .enter "mor sophisticated Both KSSTJ* Conyers and Charles Digpl lace

I lines of occupational _Ibl. apposition in the 1968 Coo eIIIonal.lect1nu from
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I endeavor" bas been opened by fiery opponents.Rep. '

CHRISffiACHEt ice gory, entertainment pub-. Confers rivaling has even a militantreputation that of win Psychologist In Detroit,Dr.or Kenneth elsewhere.B.

Central made reference to the,
Called the Chicago the politically late Adam Clay- Clark
Service Bureau, the agency will ton Powell. ,TbeDetrolt Congressman otremlst phenomenon when be''
find and train Negroes Interest has even been billed declared that"Black nationalist
ed In the field of consumer loans as Powell's successor as the threats and name-calling have
mortgage loans travel agencies .N militant black spokesman in intimidated others into silence
Insurance slaes and man Congress. or a mindless mouthing of their

agement, real estate and business However, the city's political slogans."

brokering, educational extremists do not. appear to a- Percy Sntton, Manhattan bor-
sales, occupational counseling gree. Whoever recently sdt\ ough president, notes that the
prosthetic dentistry and lens Conyers office on fire certainly successful Negro public official
grinding. The service Ivory had little use for the must "get smart and begin to

said, will "arrange loans for, Congressman's efforts to maintain meet the needs of the angry,
them so that they can enter the a balance between militancy :demanding deprived,yet selective '
business competitive basis and sophisticated
and moderation.
"Sa with white counterparts." voter." .
Conyers earlier had been
Rather than seeking handouts,. met by unfavorable response Regardless ot his feelings fort'

CCSB will finance Itself through when he tried to put down De- or against black power and Negro
the use of the present capital troit's rioting last summer. nationalism.a black candidate :

and stock sales adopting the Now, he's reportedly wondering politically,.
plans used by the Junior Vfl7)r whether be can reestablish must caome to terms these days
i. Achievement Clubs of America. with the often incoherent emotionalism -
contact with his Impoverished -
of his super-militant
constituents.
May Christmas Mrs. Nettie Must he become an advocated 'constituents.

each of Negro self-segregation
to
bring Nelson BurniedMr. back into good graces with the

our many friends :: militants? He is said to be pondering Urban League Is
and Mrs. Willie Speights : that question.On .
joy and happiness. returned to Detroit after attending the other side, Rep. Dins To US
the funeral and burial ,. ',' \ Is reportedly in even more Named ,
of their mother and mother in- r : : : political trouble.

DIXIE PHARMACY law, Mrs. Nettle Nelson. "_. ; Identified closely with Negro Unit In Beatify
Other relatives presentwere: : business and professional'

13(2 RINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AYE.. EL 3-SSt1.38 Mrs. Dora Kelly Mrs. Ruth Mrs.Lenton Emma, ,ders, he Is not exactly: loved by ..
Thompson fire-eating nationalists, w h o NEW YORK- The National: } Urban -
Detroit; Mrs. Bert Plnkey.New A TOY TO SHARE.: The Rocking Bolt that Santa left next to this Christmas tree sees action! would like to bear him denounce League, be.has been elect .
ENTERTAINMENT Jersey Mrs. Melva Harris, first as a bridge to faraway lands. Turned upside down as a boat, brother and later rock their 'itbe '"establishment" once in t ed to the National Adriso/y
NIGHTLY Georgia and Mrs. Daisy' Jenkins way across the seven seas, happily developing balance and cooperation.The sturdily-built while, at least. Council of Keep ;
Daytona Beach, Florida. Playskool toy Is one of five pieces In the first complete line of physical equipment designedto Not the most aggressive pol- Beautiful, Inc.. Americas j

"111 rill create an Indoor play environment for pre-schoolers. As a bridge or boat, the toy can be itician in Congress, Dlggs is Allen H. Seed Jr., executive
used in dramatic play as children walk or rock to the rythms favorite nursery rhymes or act likely to face opposition in the vice president of KAB, announced -
Negro Dolls out favorite story scenes. The Rocking Boat has been play-tested and recommended by Play- 1968 elections from a militant that Whitney M. Young,Jr.,
Eijene skool Research for youngsters 1 1/2 to 4 years old. candidate The nationalists are executive directory of the National

Selling Fast Say f EDELMON PHOTO. confident Dlggs can be beaten Urban League, will serve

WHITE ,' Should militant elements win .as the league's representative
; National Eddie Lee JacksonIs next year, it would be a major ,on the council.
i President Jones Seen
As coup for them In the only The league headquarteredhere

state with two black Congressmen. (I Is dedicated to equal cp
ii; tbl.rgl'.}; ManufacturersNEW Vietnam Casualty "White Fol s" DarlingBATON ','portunlty Negro citlsens and
F ,NV x YORK-Scales of Negro Most successful Negro candidates ''a fun share in the rewards and
ROUGE The Louisiana State Board of Education ins
tbd across the nation like 3
dolls have risen sharply to responsibilities ot American
With His Marine Private First Clas 13-hour with President W.E. Jones of Grambl-
meeting Ralph
last several years two doll sen. Edward Brooke ci-Mass") ''citlsenship.Af .
Combs't .Eddie Lee Jackson, who lived lag College suspended students and parents and upheld the dismissal -
manufacturers have disclosed.: Mayor Carl B. Stokes, Cleve- ] o elected to serve on the
at 6827 Dunmlre Jacksonville, of 29 students accused trouble and
self fomenting arson land, and Mayor-elect Richard .
An Increased In Negro council was the Sierra Club, a
killed while on patrol laQuang :violence In in October.
was Gnmhllnr
held responsible for G. ,Hatcher, Gary-have had to San national
Is Francisco-based
Oir New pride Nam Vietnam by frag :The result found and school for
:Auoii.ciia meeting was the of : operate a cater their campaigns to the
dedicated to the
the increase. organisation
*I mentations from an enemy explosive '% request by the dismissed students Negroes, who lid no school in
M.Donner C tastes of
to Daniel ( whlteandNegrovotersd
According preservation of the nation'sparks
Pike device according to his for a hearing by the board that area C.P. Adams was the -
Policy Colette Toy varying political learnings.The .
manager, wilderness waterways
the ,
parents. ,but students themselvesforecast founder, but Jones Is responsl-
sales have militants on the other
Edward;:
company PrIvate' Jackson was a mem- the verdict before the, ,,ble for the progress of the and wildlife Dr. Way-
up "about 40 per cent in hand, are asking that only one ci the club,w1111I f
gone burn president
ber of I. John Baptist church. hearing began. They claimed ,school and Its development. ,
Cocktails 48t & 58C the last three years." Cartels Funeral Home was in the board was evidently biased The school, since: the outbreak view virulence be tolerated-4hat of racial represent me organisation d
He noted that at one time and self-segregation.
the council
of arrangements. and that Jones has In
charge was the darling published the three Ne- Candidates of I
black dolls were this persuasion, the
hardly America Beautiful Is
any of the "white < of the state Keep
folks" whole-
of North
During .Cocktail Hour sold. He was seconded in this : gro papers like those promoted by the national public-service organi-1!
Louisiana. advertisements
Eldwin Elson Jr. -' I page carrying "Black Panther" party In Alabama -
view prsldent
by dOll for the prevention of lit-
I
The students had "statements of white
Dolls Inc. who boycotted leading have generally been unSjiccessful. -, I
Vogue Mrs. Orr Enjoys ter. It conducts year-round
classes and demonstrated on the ,newspapers of Louisiana on
i
said the popularity of Negro >> i
of education to
30 9:30 program public
5 To because of matters to the
p.m too relating school
: p.m. campus allegedly '
dolls has fanned out from Northern However, with increasing nationwide :
in
athletics' ; stimulate pride clean surroundings -
much emphasis upon ;a i j Daring the 13-hour session '
areas to Southern On Unit emphasis on various '
metropolitan
Working and a feeling of -
personal
sod too little emphasis uponacademlc ,there was much disorder and the '
rural communities. extremisms of both the left and
responslbilityforthepropiAB'.rograamss -'
studies claimed chairman forced to almost
They { was
.DON'T: MISS OUR MONDAY NIGHT PARtY movement"Because Negroes of the civil have rights developed For 'EducationMrs. the athletes In the school were ,,contlnaully rap with his gavel more the right psychiatric many than of which politicala are- ,| are. guided
In One
given
preference order.
a pride li themselvesand everythingon 'for parent was put nationalist or two Just might the National Advisory Council
Wheeler Chief Of SeryiteEDGEWIJODLOUNGE
'J01." to the campus. out of the room where the hear'Ing -,
and
their prefer
race [
which Includes 72 national pubHeInterest -
have their children Identify with :Ardls Orr, teacher at th.pla1Dv1ew The deemphasis of academic was being conducted. professional
and
their own race, Elson said. Elementary School work was denied by the president I I The president, Dr. Jones at :Guinyard Plaits and
organisations 16agencies of
r. is serving on the Governor's and members of his administrative :,one time, broke donintear.-
department
A Harlem Commission Education. staff. However was '{which the students said were the federal government.KAB .
on Quality -
.reported that Negro dolls are Boxing Outlet is financed
and.1QOI'ttdbJ
admitted that the president was 'merely "crocodile tears" and
white ones, 5 to 1. business
outselling Mrs. Orr has expressed confidence the baseball coach and active In ,shed to Influence the board In and Industry,

ITUII1HT IBTUCW WURNI WHISKt M HOOf 'NttlEUT Ml DUTIUINO CO, WKKTMt.HDTOttt that the commission's the football coaching.Grambllng !''its decision For Potentials
work will be completed'\ soon has placed 14 of its
Mrs. Orr is a graduate of Be- students In either football or Julius Guinyard, member of Speakers Urged iJ
thune-Cookman and has been baseball major league teams the Jacksonville Recreation j
teaching in the Palm Beach 'and one of them, "Tank"Younger Zeta Phi Beta .partment, was officially appointed I
County Schools for twelve is reportedly up for placement first district chairman flans For Use la y
years. 'In football's hall of fame, Sorors of the Florida AAU at the na-'
Present
The commission Is primarily The school lacperatef by the tlonal convention in New Or-' And
concerned with pre-scoool education state, has many buildings and Is leans last month.He {School Colleges

for offerings to adult almost a complete city, founded -. Society Debs was nominated for the'posltlon -'
classes. by a man sent there by the' by Charles Bjlogers, '; The 52nd Annual Meeting of
late Booker T. Washington to ;Florida commissioner. the Association for the study

GREENSBORO N.CXTwenty- Guinyard has been with the re-i of Negro Life and History was
all chramlng f&lntladles creation department since 1950.J held at the Starter-Hilton Voyage -
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were
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!I Introduced to society atthe 17th.i He Is a South Carolina State Inn, Greensboro North' Carolina. -

annual Debutante Ball at the State College alumnus,majored The North Carolina Agricultural -
I i!North Carolina T State University in physical education, and is and Technical: State
tun I Memorial Union Ballroom certifed under city and federal I'university was host. Frank W.

I at Greensboro.The civil service requirements as t'!. White, Chairman and Darwla

} Ball, sponsored by Zeta ,recreation specialist.: T.T ruer, Co-Chalraaa headed -
Alpha and Beta Nu Zata Chapters Guinyard won the Pacific Coast the Committee for the host
I of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority -, AAU, 175-poundChampIonahIpl! Institution.
Inc. Greensboro N.C. in 1944. He was'a runner upl Walter Fisher MorganState
was the highlight of aU the activities ,la'.the Pacific 'Coast"Goldenheavyweight ,College; planned a very interesting -

planned for the 1967 debutantes. ftninpiMiJiiprjf194s program. Three were
In t San Francisco. He was fifty papers presented by distinguished -
also Central Pacific and Pacific scholars who represented
Ocean Area champion la 1946la thirty-six colleges and
Honolulu. He was la the'Southern lIII1trIWe.1ocattd In nlneteea
Harmony Lodge Olympic Regional as! states and Canada

champion, in 1947, in Jacksonville Among the subjects coveredin
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Pan! First. Xmas and participated la the 0j these Session were The Presidency
'''I> S. Olympic finals in Boston and the Negro Stencil

1947. la Britain, Negro Thought ta
easo Party For Kids '. Guinyard Is currently director, Early America, Patterns of Political -
If I1 of the Eartha M.White Community Action Slavery la LaU
; : you 8 Harmony Lodge No.,Free and center. He is making a.specjal America, Freedom and Cw...-'
Free Accepted Masons, working ender call for aU persons Interested ship la Massachusetts New
find ,
can the protection of the Most
Qt rl in developing amateur World If.grOllIDd Africa Segregation
Worshipful Grand Lodge PHA, to be ?.
boxing present at tilt center < and Desegregation
,
abetterbourbon b S Incorporated, of Florida will on Saturday December 23, Hack NatlonUsm and PaaAfieanisra -
,hold the first annual Christmas
at 6 Practice will
p.m. beginat the Negro la Uteratm
party for children Friday,December the center
on January 5. and the Cinema, The Liberal"
,
22, at 4 pjn. AH boys interested in trying Posture Toward the Nero

Negro
The party win be held at the out for the boxing team are to
Masonic Temple, 410 Broad St. Rebellions, Origins CI(
...buyit If67 Interested parents are need to be present on December 23, :Afro-Americas Mask Aspects
at 8
'send or bring children betweenthe p.m. 'the Church History,and E lgloa
1 i18 Professional fighters who
got
', and the Negro, and
1/1 PT. 'arr.5l GULF'LIFIllNSURAHCE ages oil and 16. their start at the Wilder Athletic personal studies of Theodore
Seasonal music win be played.
Club are; Henry Matthews Roosevelt GranvUle '
Santa will be on hand win gifts Southern light heavy champion Sharp.
6"- Henry Wallace WJUJMBoia
,
: COMPANY' aug will supervise the distribution fighting out Atlanta;Jos. Hurl Booker T.Washington. Marcs
4/5 QT. QT.! foood. Treats will also be j
chum leadtag-welterwelght 4 Can icy, Malcolm Z and other
__--. Suggested". Retail Price $cksonvllle, Florida given H the Reed children according Miami and Tim ford, k promising A symposium oa the Teachingof
W. Jr.. Worshipful ,
welterweight Jacksonville
Negro
Master : History la.the Schools
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Greetings Of The Season
Calendar Of Event s''
Wedding .aa_ .4 .-.-_ -e, ".I .
December tZ
Party honoring-'Gall King Sarah Roberts, and DiMlrt Satfor- "
,white glees by Mrs,_Mary K. Pierce, SS26 Baultvard. J.OO- Bells
'.4::00 {fcebif fuxl Escorts) :

December 17 Jerald Leonard Nelson ISSt\ 1 1u
Brunch Mrs. Charles D. Brooke find ulna Irma L. Sanders *. list St., 20 and Jennifer El- '
tor Alva P. Barnett, Howard Johnaotfi Restaurant, 11:30 A.M. berta Conway, 1510 W. 30thSt.ii. .n u CHIsTMAS
to UiSO P.M. .
3 A1ippy New Year
Luncheon, "rs. HorWnse Cray, for Muriel Thompson, 1.30 Kerry NathanlelCrumblel,
P.M.-J.JOP.M. Grunthal St., 20 and Julia Mae /
WlUlams, 3404 Division St,1$. i
Coffee, Mrs. William Scrlren. honoring Vickie Scrlven 1334 \ II I 4.11L:
West 10th Street, S:00 7.00 P.M. James Oliver Allen, Jr., Ft.
Worth, Texas 20 and Gaynell
Dinner, Mrs. O'Neil Robinson, for Muriel Thompson, EmbersRestaurant Corretha Caldwell, 2330 Jeu- eld ens new.e .
6:30-8.30 P.M. .Ite St., 26.
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'Party, Mesdames 8. Fletcher, A. Stone, A. Kin&'C. Simmons, I I'WHEe Dawson, Jr., 1804, 2111 ltah
'H. Mason. O. Hlllman, N. Dudley D. Nicks J. Crawford, N. 'Brooker Rd., 19 and Delores, sari .
Clemmons, H. Satterwhite. L. Williams, C. TeUalr and James''' Fulton, 1804 Brooker Rd., 19.Robert t ''
Lewis, L. McBride, for Juanita Fletcher Waymola Stone Gall 4q1 l 1 ,.
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Klan Jollta Simmons, Gayle Mason, unrlyn} human, Leola Dlckerson, 1296 W. 31
Dudley, Joycelyn Nicks, Patricia Crawford, Stella Iry,JHedrt ''St., 28 and Cynthia Sheila pain 4r p- : jtU'I
,Satterwhite, Laura 'Wjlllamv FeUsa Villarln, Shirley Ivy 1235 W. 31st St., 24. _-.r. _'_..-- ---.-.---------
Lbdai Lewis, Mayflower Hotel 8:00 P.M.
Robert Clark, 1565 W.24thSt., FAMU COEDS EXTEND YELE- Tampa, and Alootatta Tinker; Florida AIM v t"r.tJuUI8J.It !
December 28 23: and Callie Louise Edwards. FAMU Coeds Extend Yuletide senior elementary education in front of!the administration '
Brunch, Mrs. Fred Wesley and Mrs. AJE. Pray for Meat ,15.15'W. 14th St., 18. Greetings..-tSandrk Williams major of Shreveport, La., extend building on the FAMUCampus.- 1' .'
Schell, Fellsa Vlllarln and Jancle Sutton, 1014 Davis Street, (left), a 'senior art major from ,yuletide greetings from v r.rv ; ,
.. Walter Scott..Jr., 5905 Dla-
11:30 A. .-1:00 P.M. .
mood St., 20 and Mae Catherlllo The Glendale Flower Club Plans for Christmas Party ) {.;.....,.. I' '
irick, 1822 W. 33rd St. 19 -
Bridge Luncheon Mrs. William Mathis and Mrs. James A. .
Reed,.for Mary Ann Reed, YWCA, 12.00-4: P.M. The Glendale Flower Club will Weak. Horace G. Williams and ,
'Davis
Group
John :Thomas Saunders, Jr., celebrate Its Christmas party Mrs. Bonnie Frailer will be Annet Cuyler. The Jolly Furniture Co.
Frappe Sip, Mr. and Mrs; AJ. Clemmons and Mrs. Nathalie Lynchburg, Va., 22 and Linda co December 29* at' Broeks mistress of ceremonies. The will serve. Mrs. Martha Williams
Clemmons, honoring Stella Ivy, Alva Barnett, Waymola Stone, Delores Richardson, 1328 W. Prayer House, at 8 p.m. The (Welcome address will be given is reporter. f35( Broad St, Phone 353-5791
Leola Dudley Joycelyn Nicks, Irvlyn Hlllman, Main Hall and 26th St, 20. chorus will turmoil carois. by Miss Vera Benjamin.Others j
Mary Ann Reed. 6490 Treutco Drive West, 4:00 -8:00 P.M. .Evangelist Bessie E.Mason will will be Mrs. Annie Bell Pugh, ,
.
Dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frlall, Jr., honoring Adrian
McFarlln, Gatepost Restaurant, 6:00-':00 P.M.
Open 9:30 l am 'til 10 I pm Every Mght Until Christmas

Evening for Fun, Mr. and Mrs. Florlzell Colbert, honoring
Cheryl 'and Cynthia Culbert, St. Phillips House, 9:(00-)( P.M.

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Mini.Mo Party, Mrs. Matthew George and Mrs. Alonto Davis,
honoring Joycelyn Nicks, Gall Canty,Jaunlta Fletcher and AnestSchell. ee SANTA Rucaroos Like Western Outfits!
'lI11l11Do11 Street, 8:00 P.M.
Sears! f
December 29
Brunch, Gamma Rho Omega Chapter, Alpah] Kappa, Alpha Sorority Mond.y thru Friday
Pancake House, Beach Boulevard, 10:00.: (4
Uncle John's 12 p m. til9 p.m.; Little Boys' PERMA-PREST
a.m. 12 Noon. Sit 10 a.m ail 9 pm.I .
i ears 2
Luncheon,Mrs.. James P. Small, honoring Alva Barnett, Mart
Schell, Stella Ivy and Connie Nixon, Heart Jacksonville, 100 No-Iron Jackets or Jeans

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Luncheon, Mr. and Mrs.N.Edward Wilson,for Mary Ann Reed, 04 t Gift Priced
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I Bishop Dies At R.Age R.- Wright Of 89 High Mass Singers [: V CHURCH V v v v :si:: .




PHILADELPHIA-Bishop R..R. er of thechurcbfor66yeasindwas

Wright,Jr..89,senior bishc* editor of the church organ,
of the African Methodist Episcopal ''the Christian Recorder. He was FIRST NEW ZION BAPTIST
Church, has died In Lank- born In Cuthbert, Ga
'enan Hospital. Sunday school begins at 9:30. under the leadership! of Stperln-; ,
Bishop Wright served u president teodent Joseph D.White*At 10 JS the Sunday school topic will
of WUberforce, University be discussed, namely One Greater Than The Prophets v At
in Ohio from 1932 to 1936. 1M' MEIORIAM 10:45: awards will be presented to the outstanding Junior and
He was elected the 57th bishopof 1 In Memory of my late husband senior classes for excellence In attendance and In the report-
the church in 1936 and then Thomas J. CutlUf,wbo ,P s lug of finance. The morning worship begins at II a.m. with the
pent four yeas dolne missionary departed this life <5 years y 6i deacons In charge of devotional. The morning worship begins
work to South Afr :a. ago, December 251962. ,at 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge of devotional.. The morn.
He later served as bishop of Not dead to those who loved 'hug message will be brought by appointee of the pastor.. Rev
the districts of Georgia Ken- him C.C.Brown At 5 p.m. the Baptist Tracing Union! will be held
lucky Tennessee,Arkansas andLouisiana. But only gone before. i rAv under the presidency of Miss Annette Williams;. The annual
California, t nCartbbeaiC e Signed: Mrs. L.M. Cutllff Christmas exercises will be at 6:30. The title tor the affair
and and Family. is the Promised Land. Mrs. Ruth D.White is in charge Mrs.
Bishop Wright hsdbeentse1dd.1 Lillian Saunders will be at the piano. The church Is located at


11 lU. FiIitiI 1ff fli Litwae. L- 1700 Davis. .w'f. LIME EAPTIST''
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1-- The Youth Department will serve throughout the day. Sun
day school begins at 9:30 a.m. Miss Jennie Taylor Is superin
tendent. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. Following -
the devotionals the pastor will preach. The deaconswill
hold devotlonals. The youth Choir and Usher Board No.S
win serve throughout the day. Prayer and Bible service will
be held Tuesday at 730. Choir No. 2,:will meet Wednesdayat
730. Choirs No. 2 and 3 will accompany the pastor to the
First Timothy Baptist Church Friday[ at 7.30: p.m. Rev. W.L.
Glanton is pastor

GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
-.- ,-- ,.-l .-- ,- RQYAL TABERNACLE BAPTIST
Services begin with. tilt Sunday school a* ::30'tltb, the'deacons

FROM UP Christmas, in liturgical manner beygln' .tt the' Catholic directed by Nathaniel 'Breaker. Singing will be a part of the in charge. The morning worship begins at 11& ).,with: ,,
5C Kenneth Edward Crittendon thirteen old
:Mission Church of the Crucifixion Christmas Eve,at 1130: p.m., special high midnight mass, with Father McKenna, SSJ, celebrating. years speaking T a
womens choir win Dora will be In
The sing. Ray,president, charge
with renditions of traditional carols and songs of Joy. .
singing group, in the picture above, ,is the St. Martin Choir/ Photo By: Emerson. i The evening service begins at 7 p.m. Rev. Lee McQueen Is
pastor. The church is located at 1321 West Twenty-first.;

Babies Kindergarten High Liturgical Mass At Mrs. ThomasIn Asbury Memorial NEW REDEEM BAPTIST. ,
Christmas exercises will be Sunday at 4" p.m. An early
morning Christmas service will be held Monday at 4 p.m.
School-Age Children J Ja Catholic Mission Church.The Revival Continues Revival An early morning Christmas service will be held Monday at:
O 5:30 a.m. All choirs and ushers are asked to serve. The Sunday
St. Martin Choir of the Catholic Mission Church of the, 'Mr.. Essie' Mae'Jopes, missionary Beginning Wednesday night, school will be at 9:30: with Deacon Eunice Dunson and tea-
Crucifixion will participate In the special of the Is now conducting a december 27, Rev. C. A. Gibson in
high mass chers charge.The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. Rev,
College Students church, beginning at 1130 Christmas Eve. This choir, with I holiday revival at the Church of pastor of St.Timothy Housed Norman. The morning worship begins at U am. with the deacons -
Nathaniel Breaker as director.has sung many times within God in Christ No.4. Ther services Prayer his choir and congregation in charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No.1
the state. begin each night at 730. will be in charge of a
will serve forthe morning service. There will be no night service -
Mothers Fathers The choir will sing the Mass Stewart, Reginald Collins. The public is invited. The revival.;On Thursday Elder JJS. The Christian Aid Society will meet at 5 p.m. In the fel,
Collins of the Holy
of the Good bhepard, with highlights Bases; Clifford Partial, church Is located at Moncrief pastor God No.2and lowship halL Prayer meeting will be Tuesday at 7:30. Deacon
Church of the Living
find on Gloria, the Sanctus, Quinton Randolph and Willie Lee and Twenty-fourth. Elder W.F. .HjSmlth will be in charge of: the study. This will follow the
his choir and congregation
Grand Parents and other songs of the Christ- Owens. Faust Is pastor, will be in charge\ prayer service. Jessie Ward, reporter.ST. .
mastide. The public is invited to come'to
On Friday night Asbury Church PAUL BAPTIST
CHURCH
Returning for the Mass arose* the church, Bagjey: and Fran
will have charge. On Sunday
Aunts-Uncles- veral former members of the. cis Road. Apostolic Church Rev. Gibson will be in charge Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. with Deacon Edward"Jet.,
groupstudents at other schools. of worship. On Sunday afternoon Person in charge as superintendent The pastor,Rer.EE, Taylor -
Another special feature Children'sEnsemble will be, Second Baptist Will CelebrateThe at 3 p.m., the youth departmentof will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at.
the recently-formed 10:45 with Deacons Dorsey E. Parson
St. Timothy House of Prayer and Braxton Love id
Cousins with ages ranging* Apostolic Shiloh Holiness will be in charge. Rev. J. ., charge of devotions. The call to worship will be at 11:30 with
from eight to ten years Outlines Great Church and Klngdomborn, 2202 Jackson is pastor, Mrs. L. Rev. E.E. Taylor presiding. St. Paul's Choral Group and Usher
Members of the choir include: Thomas, will have the Christmas Brooks Is reporter. Board No.2 will serve throughout the day. Mrs. P.R. Love and
SHOP MM fiRST AND lAST Aaron Randolph. organist; So- Christmas PlansSecond exercises on December: Mrs. L.V. Crumady will serve as musicians. The Christmas
pranos, Arie Randolph, Audrey 26 at the church. The birth of exercises will be Sunday at 4 p.m., with Miss Johnnie Mae
Randolph, Hazel Yates, Brenda Baptist Church will, Christ will be dramatized. The Dr. Reddick Will BUlups in charge. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. The
The Joy Of Christmas Is'in GivingSeason's Worthy, Rosa Lee Prldgeon, pastor Rev. Taylor will
have an early sunrise service, service will begin at 8 p.m. deliver both sermons. Prayer meetBible -
Cheryl Pelsey, Cheryl Thomas, In observance of the U Inc Is beld every TuesdaJ P.ID. The teacher's
Christmas Rev. HattIe Mae Williams Preach On Peace meeting
Friday
D. Mignon Bryant,Gay Gilllard, and will
Study be held
season. The service will pastor. al7 p.m. Rev. EJS. Taylor,
begin1
Greetings kins Donna and Dawkins Adrienne, Cecelia Stewart.Daw- at S a.m.' The Rev J.C. Sams, Christmas Eve Services will I will be in charge. The church Is located. 716 Stonewall St.

Lara pastor, will hold a worship service begin at Grant Memorial AME
Altos: Cynthia Dismuke, COLOSSIANS.J
lasting one hour Allen ,Church school.A.V.Rose,superintendent BAPTBT
Brenda Bass Rose Chapel
Holley, Sunday scholl at .
begins 10 .m. WWi the
The combined choir under superintendent in'
the and his staff of officers
All Customers Charlotte Prld-
To ,Our r Mary Worthy, direction of Charles T. Maxwell and teachers will offi charge The evening worship begins at 7 p.m. Rev. RJ.Craw- ,
gen, Sylvia Joseph, Toni Peterson -,I will render Christmas car- Hans Watch ciate. ford will speak Prayer service Is held Tuesday nights at 7:30.
BonIta McCray,Helen Scott ols. The theme for The church is located at U54 West Thirty-first.Rev. J.Craw
the the 10:45
I During : a.m.worshlp
season
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CORNER DRUG STORE Tenors: Carl Blisett, Ralph ford is
'will be carried out la various Night Meeting service the pastor will preach pastor.
activities throughout the week, from the theme; "God's Break'
,beginning with the distribution. Through". At 6:45 his theme MT. SALEM BAPTisT.
23 40 W. Edgewood & Ave. Erskine Hepburn of Christmas baskets and cloth-i According to'(he pastor Rev.J.C.Bannerman will be "Peach On Earth." Sunday schoof begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Green in

Ing to families In the com, the yuletide The Youth Choir and the Men's charge. The lesson win be reviewed by the pastor. Rev. Rogers.,
16 -3491 munity. activities at Allen will Include' Chorus will render music Deacon G.Tucker and Eugene Calhoun will be in charge of dee,
Honored By Union The general church movementis the Sunday School program, un- throughout the day, under the votlonals. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve. The
an impartial activity. day afternoon, December 24, at direction of Mrs.E.M.Richard evening devotion begins at 6 p.m. The pastor will speak at beta
Aa-appreciation program hon Sunday and Christmas EvnW 4 o'clock. The Missionary Service son, organist services. Choir rehearsal is Thursday. Participants In the
oring Erskine Hepburn, unlonj be highlighted by the pastor's, on the fifth Sunday morning At 5:00 p.m. the Christmas Christmas program should meet at the church Saturday,Decem'
leaders, was given at the St. message Sunday morning at 11' and the observance of Watch exercise will be presented by ber 23, at 4 p.m. Mrs. Tieda and Miss Vivian Johnson are In
Chda Thomas Baptist Church Sunday am. The young people will.be. Night on New tears Eve. the Sunday School.McCall charge. Mrs. CSampsoo, reporter. Rev. W.O.Rogers, pastor.
night. featured during the afternoon, The members are asked to ,The church located at 1281 Twenty-second:
( The speaker for the occasionwas as well as during'the evening attend their church and vlsl-
wett J) $ the Honorable Randol F. services. Mrs Ella Mae Jones tore always welcome* Singers TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL

mIt Fawkes, minister of labor and,Will present "The Nativity" The Sunday School begins at 9:30: with S Superintendent C.A.
commerce of Nassau, Bahamas The combined choirs will form
Lawrence
in charge. The lesson will be
reviewed
by Miss L.
Others wno'particlpated were: the musical background. The
Tea At HolseySunday P. Warthen. The morning devotionals begmat 11
,Rev. B.M. Frazier, Rev. E.W. group will be heard in works tor Rev. ajn. The pas
W.E.
Young will deliver
Mt. Tabor Will the message All youth'choirs
has beena MaIner, Miss Gwendolyn Jordan from Handel's Messiah. The and Usher Board No.4
will
The
Arster Asman, vice-pre- ,combined choirs "lIhlso sing School begins at 9:30: serve. Christmas pro-
will be
I ( pleasure serving sldent of Local 589, Mrs. A.F. ,for the morning worship. The Install Officers with Mrs. Griffin and teachers gram to take part observed should Sunday be present afternoon at 4 at 5 Mrs..M.p.m. Those wbo'want
p.m. H. Law-
Also Maxwell. Johnny Hooks. "Prayer of Faith" Hour will In charge. The morning wor- is
rence supervisor.
you. Hepburn Is president of the Re- be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. The ship begins at 11 a.m., with theRe '1:30. Prayer meeting is every Wednesday at
k' 1' it is our pleas. tall, Wholesale and Department council of the Sunday School ,. Kelly Donaldson preach
Stores Union 589. Rev. Neal is''officers' and teachers will be Services will be as usual Sun ing. Evening service will be at TRUfi: CHURCH OF THE LIVING ROD
;da t ure to send you pastor of the church. Friday at 7 p.m. day. Deacon Jason Barr will be 6 p.m. There will be a Christmas Sunday School 10
at
Yule in charge of the Sunday School tea at the church from 4 begins ajn., with Mrs. Cassandra Peterson
greetings. at 9:30. The pastor, Rev. H.P. to 6 p.m. Sunday, January 7, superintendent in charge. She will be assisted by Elder
Overstreet will review the lesson at 3:30 p.m., the McCaH Singers Terry Chapman, Mrs.Gaip Griffin and Mrs Lorene Jones.The
topic. Consecration takes and the Austin Twins and topic to be discussed s wlu be "Wh* The World Needed Jesus."
f Ae place at 1045.: The morning others will be presented In a Elder Eddie Peterson,pastor,will re view the lesson.The morn-
l 1967 Howell Funeral worship begins at 11 tun. The program. Rev. Dave McElvln, tagdevotlons begin at 11:30wlthDeacooB.Zanders and Deacon
Y installation of 1968 officers will pastor. The church Is located at W. Wright in charge. The night service begins at 7:30. On Monday -
take place at 3 p.m. There will Third and Franklin Streets. night prayer and tarry services take place. The church 11
not be an evening service. located at 1408 1)ler. Mrs. Cromer Is reporter.


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I Roy Wilkins NAACP Head Says Racism Causes Conflicts And Rioting ''I




I FAMU Musicians Honored FAMU Has Blames Congress For Its I


1 Palatka News I .. Hew Member Indifference To ProblemsWALTHAM I''


; f On StaffTALLAJiAssEEFla. MASS: Racism ls "the major underlying cave" [
WILLIE HANKINS, REPORTER of eaten, conflict and rioting in thermion's ghettos, Roy Wllklns :
.- Staff executive director of the National Association for the Advancement I
CENTRAL; ACADEMY HIGHLIGHTS Sergeant (E-8)) Charles F. Neal of Colored Peoole... said- in an addr.. at Brandau

baa JolnedtheFlorldaALMUaf- University .
Several teachers of Central Academy High School toot put versity Instructor Group from Spearklng on "Morality and strictions- :which lock Negroes
I
In the FCEA Fashion Show held In the Civic Center on December the Republic of Vietnam. Civil Rights," the NAAC Pleader In the ghettos, the alarmingrate !
14. Those modeling Included Miss Char lene Williams,Mrs. SSG Neal, native of Tallahassee delivered the fifth in a series of unemployment, and un
LouIse Ocgood, Mrs Lillian Hardy, Miss Targle Fisher, and attended FAMU High School of six Helmsley lectures. deremployment among Negro
Mri. Jesse Alexander and played football for FAMU Other distinguishedAmer *workers' the unequal) education j
Abram Alexander helped furnish music for the affair Mrs High for two years He is the participating in tms available to Negro Youth
Zola B. Brooks was chairman of the decorations committee. son of Mr. and Mrs Henry L. series Include former Pennsylvania the Inadequacies and "hodge '
Miss Targle Fisher, Robert RJroot. Bembow of Tampa. SSG Neal Gov. William M. Scranton Dodge structure"of public welfare
Clarke Oliver Muldro and Mr. Fred Prlnci- entered the Army In 1955 at General James M.Gavin and abrasive police community
Henry Wright will serve-as delegates pa', gave remarks and admonlsd Fort Jackson, South Carolina and Nobel Prize winner Dr. relations.
to the special FEA assembly ,! the boys to put their education Since his induction be has served Isldor I. lab, Columbia University But he added, the major
to be held in to work by observing the cause is "racism In American .
Tampa, In Hawaii, Korea, Vietnam physicist. The Helmsey ,
December 28. They win hear tufts and'regumaoia" estv), and various stateside assign series Include I former Peinsyl- life- naked!, unashamed, boldly -
the governor's commission report Wished to govern not only their ment. Among his decorationsare vanla Gov. William M. Scranton defended and Ube. overtly I
lives at C.A.Hlgh but those of "
for quality education.The : The Bronze Star, Good General James M.Gavin or covertly advocated. This Is
annual Christmas dinner society In generaL Conduct Medal and the United and Nobel Price winner Or. the racism whose pervasiveness .
was Tuesday. A good Job was This week Instead of the out Nations Service Ribbon. Isldor I. Rabl, Columbia University depth and Intensity defy f
done standing citizen, we have what e all efforts to transmit It In tangible
by thecafejerlastaffMrs.Corene ; SSG Neal is married to the physicist. The Helmsey
I believe, is a human Intereststory.
Battles, Mrs. Arnell James Hanklns. ,. ., .. ,former Althea Richardson of lecture series Is designed to re- and comprhensive fashion
By to
Fells, Mrs. Ideal Savage,Mrs A to me FAMU Music Students Receive .$500 each to instrumental music ,from the Dr. William P.FOB- Tallahassee and has four Children duce the barriers that separate the white majority This
Queenle Allen, Mrs Inei Bean- funny thing happened Lewis left Fund that was 8, Layanta.6.Kevin creeds racism, stripped dowm starkly
while selling the Florida Star Scholarship Awards- Dr.William maJor'James ( ) ter Scholarship : Charles races, and nationalities.
ford and Miss Judy McClaln, and P.Foster (right), director of Jacksonville and choral music recently established by the Se- 3, and Angelia. L He and with any relieving overtones
white stopped me,
student assistant Miss Mary A.Medloc a woman of St. Louis his family reside at 1102 Abraham other omitted or dismissed disdainful
asked what kind of J had, of bands and bead of the music major Charles Woodward ven-Up Company Among factors contributing
paper
;'. class did the decoraI 11 told her it was the Florida department at Florida AAM U- (center) of Qulncy. They are Missouri Street in Tallahassee. to racial unr.st. Wll- u the tokonlsm, becomes literally -.
of the mi
checks of the first of klns cited thclndlfferenee of way cry
recipients
The .Star. She asked me to come nlverslty, presents funds
J ,litants.Merry.
faculty and staff had Its congress to the urgency of the
annual Christina party December to her home. As we walked situation the residential
down the road 1 told her that The Mainstream And The re-
19 at
the Home Demonstration Negro In
Products Basket
Office. Gifts were ex .the paper was a Negro paper Put Practical For NeedyCiS'AS
changed. Music, dancing and .she replied, "God made us all."
She for the and Will Be Discussed
games were enjoyed by all.Mrs. paid paper gave By Leaders
Evelyn: T. Sermon chairman me some candy. She also gave t
of the social committee me a card which had a poeA on "Meetlllc 'lbe Changes Iii Todsj's World Through Educatton;" (
Mrs. Agnes Alexander, wife It. The poem was titled Joy to the theme of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa for the
.Jt Band Director Abram Alexander The World, It read.Suppose next two years, proved very Inspiring and stimulating for the $ '
was admitted to the there! were no colorful wreaths ., Teach A Rama programs that/.many of the chapters sponsored
Putnam Memorial there would still be a Christi during the past mono
Hospital r.- ,
mas, Suppose there were no Teach A Rama Is of "
cently. one the important facets of the national
Mrs. Catherine J. Stoudmlre pretty presents there would still program. C
,
be there duties, she Is resident supervisor ( }
sister of Mrs. Rachel D. Williams a Christmas) Suppose In the Eastern Region Beta
decorated trees ; of 10 student teachers.Mrs. .
passed away last Tues ,were no gaily Omlcron Chapter of New York ,
Jeffers Instructorof
day. Funeral..rncen.reb.ld There would still be a ChristI developed an outstanding prOof Mary st
at Bethel A.M.E. Church, Sun I man; But suppose there were using the theme "A Day In Political Science at College _
day December 17. Among the no Christ-Child lying In the The Life Of The Beginning Tea of San Mateo. completed the
I Then first videotape pilot series in
'manager at Bethlehem. .
many relatives and friends from cher" Including a demonstration
there would be Christmas government and politics, now
out of town were C.A.graduates, no lesson reading, with focus -
carols used or closed circuit instruction -
no holiday season no
classroom
the former Misses Arlmenta upon management I
Williams Coasts Johnson, and singing out "Joy To The classroom routines and at Station CSM. This presentation -
Rachel Sarvis. World" Christ makes the difference techniques found successful In- "Justice On Trial"

The following students attend ; Christmas began with teaching children DnU=EE led, is being shown twice per yearon A +
The bible says, "God so loved dlsadvantaged .. the local UHF Channel 14
are. Mrs.Daphne
ed the District 3, Student Council -
meeting In Orlando on December the world, that he gave his only Drlggrlss was chairman of KCSM-TV. .
15 and 16. Bobble Miller begotten Son, that whosoever this program, Mrs. Florida; Mrs. Ora Shepard a sixth
believeth In him should not grade teacher of the Bessie
Robert Greene, Margaret pe Kelly is Baslleus of Beta Oral-
rlsh, but have everlasting Ute" Carmichael School initiated
cron Chapter
Harriet Austin Gerald
,Hopkins)
John This is the programmed reading this semester -
Fieldy.The ( S16) only reason The Far-WesternReglonofthe
7m grade science classes for Christmas, but what a National Sorority of Phi Delta .
under the Instruction of Mr. wonderful reason, Kappa reported outstanding Mrs. Marie Curds Famlouchous -'I x
Bostlck taken field. This woman showed me the achievements la timer Teach A ,, of Beta Nu, is acting Head1Teacher
were on a
.at Northrl< trip to the Putnam County Fire eal reason for Christmas love Rama projects. Beta Nu Chap.
Control Tower In Itol lister, timer Lewis the man who wrote' ter of San Francisco,California ren's Center lu tan Francisco -
Florida. At the Tower they were ;Ills poem,' asked "Is this your,. used the theme"Guldeunes for' California.
taken an J a tour of the various reason for Christmas' Cant) Moral and Social Values Mrs Anna Womack Is workingon '
facilities. Tour guides and lecturers :here ever by Joy To The World?* Through Poetry by Roy Thomas; < a Masters Degree In Elementary c
When men will sit down and be Education at San Fran-
were Mr. Cone and Mr. Instructor at City College,San
She has
Erklntalo. )brothers. This white woman Francisco, California. Guide l "clsco State College .e
Students 1 showed me there will be a day llgesThrougb Art by Mrs.Sad-' been asked to go to Tougaloo .WE'SEND YOU OUR WARMEST WISHES
Arliss Walker making, Carolyn the tripWIre Carter:' oboe men can say "Joy To The le Mayfleld, teacher at Fremont ,Mississippi u a consultant under FOR A HAPPY, LONG TO BE REMEMBERED, With CherryCherry's :

gary McGrlff, Sorsey White, Vorld" and mean It. High Scbodla Oakland,Califor' the"Kettertog Program Dec CHRISTMAS
21st.
-December
George Graham Robert Adams nia. ember
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kins Faye, Curtis Williams DooaldsonSylves-Margaret Han- CARDS OF THANKS Miss Mrs.Fannie Lois Sims Farror is served Baslleus.u Mrs.Member Leola Havard at Large, Far, was Western the- KEN KNIGHTINVITES Bar & Lounge

woman to be appointed -
first
ter Miller Marqulta Belton, t The family of the late Deacon Education Chairman Negro Assistant PrlDclpallll0)1D 1943 Kings Rd.Cherry's
"Maurice Beta Nu Chapter has .
Hanklns, Tomancena many
Mathls GUyard wishes to express -
Francisco, California. YOU TO LISTEN TO-
Bennett, Kay Johnson, BarbaraFlder members who have made great -
thler sincere appreciation Is the
Mrs Dolores M. Baugh
Sharon Oliver, Arthur strides in the!teaching pries' :: Tavern
for all acts of kindness third Negro woman to be appointed -
Mcdendon, Nancy Purlfoy. shown during our bereavement sion. Mr". Lois Sims Baslleus, Assistant Principal
Winifred Robinson, Linda Brln- God Bless each of you. Mrs., learesource teacher In the San Francisco. '. ,1400WRHf1400CAVALIER 1139 W. Adams
son, EdwardSmlth,Charles Anderson 'Leola Gilyard, wife, and taint Sausillto Teacher Education
Project Raphael Welll School
Diane Stephens Loretta 11. ,
DaIs1. Nathaniel Walker,Ruby-, San Francisco, California. 1-
nell Debose, Norris Wlggln,' .,*.*.. Among other administrative ... ('
John Dotson, Cynthia Williams, \
Roscoe Foster, Annie Mills, : I AFROAMERICANLIFE
Rodney Gilyard, Lillle Brown, PLLEEAASSEE. Renenber.
Willie MJuller. Sherry Garner Q
: Mervyn Glrtman, Joe McGee The Deadline For l
: Aaron Smith, Charles INSURANCE COMPANY

Spell, Evans Styles Marilyn Church & Social Hews
Styles ,
Williams Pobert Ethel

.McKlnnon Lewis,,Victor Walter Gordon Felder.and,Tanya 1 Is Tvescky Noon I EXTENDS SINCERE GOOD WISHES If

Mary Wilson Sf S

On December 12, 1967, the Bring News To
first of a series of seminarsfor
male students under the auspices FOR. HOLIDAY SEASON :
of the Guidance Deaprt 2323 Moncrkf Rd. Cor. Ull M. THE I

ment, WJ.Sea a ry, chairman.
These seminars arc designed to Hofices Most Be Mail By Monday Noon
deter the relatively high percentage AND NEW YEAR !
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of.C.A. High students
Involved In criminal acts and to YOUR COOPERATION IS NEEDED .
eradicate the Incidence of,ere '
.real disease. SO WE CAN StKVE YOU_ ........ *... ...

John Bodak, Juvenile counselor .

,Putnam County was the .
''feature! speaker He pve an e
Inspirational devotion and

shared with of his the office boys withjuYenUe experiences .24"' Hour Ambulance Service: r ttftti

deItqeOt& Be also H
presented statistical Informational
the various kinds of of-I! Only '5.UUFor : ,LAUNDRY & CLEANERSFor

tenses usually associated with..
Juveniles on the state and local' ,
Service Anywhere Finest
level, and showed the relative Your
increase In the rate at which I '
these offenses are being com In The City
mltted,. particularly on the local) *-<301o Myrtle Ave: '*. 820 Florida ,Are; > ,> .. > > I :> > > > '>

level. He ended his presentation
by pointing up the consequencesthat HOME OFFICE
such acts have on the present complete FuneralFor Cor. Church & .tee Sis.

and future lives of adolescents.

,. A.film. eoW1ed'"A. QuarterMinion Less Than -*'Cor. Kings _Rd. & Tyler St. 101 EAST UNION STREET i


pointed np Teenagers the causes,", which signs 300 'to '1,200Service .$$14 YY. 8fh 51: *:1200 Cleveland St, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA : 4

to loot for and the only '
means
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shown.of curing veers! disease was The Same .* 941 1 Davis$ Si: "1302 Davis St. W. G. .BOYDMANAGEREAOTE:- JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT:
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Coach Wlllard Cooper who of 107 EAST UNION STREET
,Regardless Cost
presented tile occasion, along WALTER L, DOaMA11 .1281 1 Kings Rd. 'X 45th Sf. at Ave. B
with Coach James SJfoore sadCawlor JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

.question and Bobak answer, directed period.the Walter Demon Funeral' Home. Lti,91'w.] Ashley ,SL *II 1413 Davis Stt' W. F. ELLIOTT MANAGER, WESTSiDE!, JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT '

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Questions from oar boys indicated -
A 1'D'J'Il1act of know* : Cor. 36fh Sf. H'oncrief; Rd.,. II II109' I MONCRIEF ROAD '

ledge coflcemUg veneral disease J(1105 Sf. Augustine Rd. Phone 39H07I' : ;4129 '
and the consequence ofdeUnqoent .... : W..
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(Editor Note The following editorial appeared In the New York Sun In 1897 Min
MIAMI OFFICE response to a letter from Virginia O'Hanlon, then eight yean old. She wrote the ,Y err i'q' g
the editor oj the New York Sun. "Dear Editor: Some of my little friends gay there 1 '
Pkon.. 751-3879 >s no Santa Claus. Popa say, 'If you see It In the Sun Ifs :o'. Please tell me the "
truth, Is there a Santa Claus) tiff i' "'
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Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States Jirgtnia, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by
payable In advance '
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.FLORIDA. STAR P.O.' BOX" 599 see They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by t4 + .
1 FlnrideHOROSCOPE"
Jacksonville their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be men's or chil

dren's, are little. In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect, an li .Ifi'r, i t

ant, ,in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about him, .
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,AIlES'aORK ken unless you are forced to '\ c Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as
do so by circumstances not of
; MARCH yor own making If you have ., love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound
kept on putting off the chores
21ih-APRIL 19th tha are essential to carry on t 4 ,. and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would
; the yuletide traditions you bad
Listen, that i all. lou are on better not lose any more time be the world if there were no Virginias. There would be no childlike
the right track when yoa ar- time getting started.
a '
.rive at decisions: that may be 1.40.11.16.42.798 l a .i a faith then, no poetry, no romance, to make tolerable this existence.-We

said nlmlc to and be rltal employment to health inter eco- :SCORPIO should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal lipht
F4
ests. A fine day to take up the .'IORN OCT r with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished.
subject In mind and to see what
can be done about it Is the llth. NOY. -l21dt
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The assent of a close associate .24t| Not believe in Santa Claus! You 3s not believe,
along with great optimism and Breh.lbs! shouTiTBe\ i ,, ..+., ,." *., ; ,. might well; in

j. confidence on.both sides should a tin period to settle(down and fairies! :;You might get your papa to hire men tp wakrnn. all the chimneys
tot fall In aiding to achieveyour get things moving smoothly Y i t 7
ends. where yon reside and work.Accept f'' on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus but, even if {hey did hot

$ 50 44 -18 64-, 506 offers to better you position )
salary and tally en- 'I see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees
TAURUS vironment even if this entails
assuming greater responsibilities s'' Santa Claus, but that is no sign there is no Santa Claus. The most real
BORN A(11t for the time being. \
7.90-55-12-91-381- $t ) ,\ things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see.

20th MAY 20tW j SAGITTARIUS it Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn! ?'Of course not but that's
Take a stand. Efforts'exerted' It .r
by both partners to get back together par am.J3rl + no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine,all
and to rebuild their lives
on a more solid basis, are DEC. 2lt l the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.
to be favored rather than attitudes Pro_ 1& .etttD :Romance .

tut drive them further where will seldom Intrude in a milieu. to :i You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the noise1't
apart. Concessions of an eco- material rathr than human -
(
nomic nature may have to be values reign paramountsThis .. r inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not 'the
made by either or both party could be the sort ofa situation -

1.60 ZZ 19.28.321UMINI that Is confronting many a strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men
Sagittarian at this point. Both t
have 8-70 rewirds- 83-14-26-407 to offer. 'i { \.- _,-.N, that ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, !n>

BORN HHV UPRICOBH'UJN 1 r:. '- -. mance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal
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21st !UNE. list DEC. eEst _. ) beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah, Virginia, in all this world
Take cl ar e.You have so many' IAN J ) ,,9jJ ..' there is
good planetary aspects going for' ::221d. J nothing else more real and abiding.
you that you should be enabledto Be sociable. While attention W 1

foresee that and seem prevent to be build.difficulties duty commendable and domestic, it Is obligations not advise; 4& No Santa Claus! Thank God! he lives, and he lives forever' : A

lug up advice slowly from but those surely.quali-Accept abl to neglect. It is you necessary social lifealtogether. to- thousand years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of

fied to offer it. Also be ready cultivate other people and interests childhood."
to receive and translate a message so as not to becometoo
that is trying to come one-track ml&ded. /)
through to you from the. Higher 7-70-83 M-4> 17., i'V
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Forces. iOUARUIS: a !
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BORN !AIl!

10U FEB. IttbfPr
BORNz1ULU21rd : .
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",t-,'*, "prepare. Aquaruuwbo '
BUar nit] have devoted the past years b .o. .. Vk
to the building up of their fortunes pVVO
Don't it by. Sometimes ate
pass or the enjoyment of security -
opportunity knocks but.once,
should now be alert to
tut there can be occasions when1 .
the posslbllty of giving their
it splits itself lntoNYeralpart5that :
lives
a new turn very shortly
show up in assorted guises
.enter info a new phrase
This could be exactly what you' *0.90.88.17.63.908.ANtR :

should watch for on the 8th- '. ..... ,. ;. .
12th. .
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Readiness is a II. ifhas '
Ifrt fIll filii been pointed out often that the

Go VIW.WS.the wwww, u .. r. anticipation is far more enjoyable :
line of duty or because, than the trasplratlon of a -t wi4 A @slm
45 tL0rryJVewJew
you have to accompany somet welcome event. And you consequently e e
one, the possibility of doing have far more time in
considerable traveling around which"to, do your enjoying -
is rather outstanding Love and 8.40 rM: -JO- 61- 668
marriage may be the reason 'IStEfl" : :
advanced by others for their a&p& ar' 196
'ambulatory pursuits. The best BORN FEB,) p e e
that etnbercelvedbyanyJ ,
news
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body Is that your loved oneM fh 'MA 2 t. DR. T'.FRALIER, M.D.
will come home for Christmas) Slow but sore." There are many 1 W. give thanks l 01

6 *-60.11.17.' 'JI\ -.-29S'. panetary Indications your faI 1913 KINGS ROAD > our blessings I

QBpA"60RNSEP1. the TOT greet right light noe. to This proceed gives with you PHONE.. EL A- UOb :' ; 9hIur1 iiger9 and send you our

your business, professional and I' ,; ,. bestFLORIDA wishes j
other gainful activites at a '. '. -
:2i1! _OC!. t3'i 'Derry clip. You seem to becoming 12 TO 4 P.11. 1 'TO 9 P.M. DAILY I 1; :STAI
Ifs bone week. Ilbst every nearer to a position brine r In.Parklap! 5237 New King's Rd.. Ul 1 Aid '
of greater Imoortanc EXCEPI. SUN. AND WED stlff|
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Mississippi Negro Solon's Shriners Help Says Dole IsYrecklng Discusses Handicaps "1 I


Seat ChallengedJACKSON Jewish Hospital Lives


MBS/-There may be another Julian Bond story DETROIT Imperial Potentate -
Cropping lIP 111 the South, u th first Negro elected to the Mis- Henry.Hester.. FreeHolder Of Family Units
slsslpol legislature 111 recant times faces a suit challenging of Atlantic Clty.'New
,hid r1&tt1o the teat which be won at the poll? Jersey and Imperial Com- WASHINGTON-The nation's
Robert Clark .37. defeateu. Jan. t when It sits u Judge mandreuDt.WIhelmlaaLewis ( welfare institutions have been 1.
state Rep. J.P.Lore, a House and Jury on his case. Means of Detroit,Michigan blamed by a high government official -
member for 12 years, la the love is looking for a new election. presented a check for for driving husbands out
Holmes county race. ..$1.0,000.00 to Dr. Shubar't a past of their !homes and disrupting
Smarting from a llt-vote Iocs But Clark's supporters are president of the National Jewish family llfff.
to a black man. Love who thinking of carrying the ease all Hospital Denver Cob Roger W., Wilkins, director,
chairs CM House Education the way to th supreme court. This hospital is one of the many ,Community Relations Service' ,
Committee Initiated a chal Just as Bond successfully elk hospitals universities and colleges U. S. Justice Department,'
lenge proceeding seeking legislative which receive grants from "charged that the Institutions;
sanction refusing to The Imperial Council: Shrine "clearly do not serve'welllhe
seat Clark because of a series Florida NAACPMembership Tuberculosis and Cancer Foundation poor black Americans they
of alleged technical irregularities Fund, further this hospital .touch. "
in the election. receives,with a solgan,. "The, serve rather In too
Love cites the House's constttutional Is "None Can Pay Who Can Enter many instances to drive husbands .
authority u the None Can Enter Who Can out of the home, to deprive
"sole judge of membership Growing FastNEW Pay" children of their self I
Unlike Bond, Clark Is not accused Since the year of 1950 the following ..Item. and to consign mothers t
of making left-wing re Hospitals Universities to lives of drudgery and poverty
marks. The charges against him YORK: The NAACP yearend and Colleges have received ," Wilkins a formerly welfare '
art "technical," and Love asserts membership drive in seven grants from The Shrine Tuberculosis worker In Cleveland, said
that the issue is Dot racial. Southeastern states is surging and Cancer Foundation While he did not specify the,
ahead with an Increase: of 20.8 totaling 257800.00; Howard welfare abuses he was apparen'ly -> Jt .\,.
But In a state ;whose leglslaturt per cent for the first 11 months University College Medicine.. referring' to AldtoDe-t':'
has been a11-white since of 1967 over that of the same Washington, D. C.; Menarry pendent Children programs
1894, the exclusion of a black period last year. The rate of Medical College Nashville, granted to mothers whose bus- ,
representatives could hardly be NAACP growth in these states Tenn.; Homer Phillips Hospital, bands have skipped out on them.
anything else but a racial Is exceeds that of any other if St. Louis Mo.; St. Marys Infirmary Such programs it has been k; f
sue.. the Association's seven regions. G a I' esto n. Tex; charged, encourage low-income
Clark, a school teacher who according to Miss Lucille Black Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee husbands to leave their homes in
holds a master's decree from secretary for membership. Ala; The American Cancer So- the belief that more money can
Michigan State University l la> Mrs Ruby Harley, base at ciety; The National Jewish Hospital be obtained for their children
accused OS Baling Uvtraaj as Atlanta Is the Association's director Research atDenver,Colo.; from ADC than they can earn.
and Independent candidate and of the seven-state region. New York University School of In testimony before the UjS.
not "properly qualifying" with Medicine at New York City;The Commission on Civil Disorders .
the State Board of Election: Florida, as of the end of No- College ofMedicalEaneel1stat Wllkins' cited welfare
commissioners vember had increased Its Los Angeles, Callt; The St. abuses as part of the "s y s --c.iiii'i.: Carter center Assistant WreUry forfcdlviduuand -. ---.I
,
t According toSecretary of State tern's" brutallution Handicapped Mr. Carter described Increased
: membership 45.1 per cent of Paul Hospital Cancer Research of Black Family government
Services Department of Health
Heber Ladner no other candidate Americans ,Education and Welfare fort to rehabilitate the disabled. Pictured with him are Leon
of that for the first 11 months Project at Dallas Tex;The Ta- was a keynote speaker at the recent annual
convention of I
for tarlclaHra had the Chatelaln, and T.A.Mangeldorf New Kent out
pats of 1968. borian Hospital Mound Bayou, ,National for Virginia going
; Society Cripple Children and Adults Los Ange
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:qualified with him.To President. National Society Photo
Alabama Miss Loma
is next with an Increase ; and The Linda Un- les. Speaking on the subject,"A National Concern for all the
I this, Clark's supporters of 37.9 per cent, Mississippi iversity of Loma LlndaCallf..
replied wryly that Mississippi has 29.4 and Georgia were among these Institutions
may be enforcing Us own braeS I 28.9. receiving such aid from The
of "separate but equal" justicefor South Carolina and Tennessee Shrine TuberculostsandCancer
Negro candidates reflect percentage increases: of Research Foundation.
Among the supporterrCharlesEvers 18.9 and 1302. respectively Recently a 4196.00 donation
NAACP state field while North Carolina is running was made to the NAACP Legal
.secretary: who saw the challenge Just slightly above last Defense Fund In New York,New
as "just another attemptto year's totals. York by Imperial Potentate
prevent a Negro from becoming The Southeast Region of the Hester.
part of the state legisla Association has had an upsurgein e s e
ture." memberships over the past Civil Rights '
To attack on Clark "gives me three years. In 1968, the total DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY 3OO HOGAN ST.
the green light to commit our membership was 4,400 more
whole organisation" to the sup- than In 1965. This year the to- Member jI'fIo" -
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,port of the challenged election 'tal' on November 30 was 11,111 Dr. Charles G. GomlUlondean I'. .... .. r
winner said Even more than on the same date in of the College of Arts and
I Clark said be would be at Qa 1966. .
Sciences of Tuskegee, is one of
legislature's! opening session,
a lane panel of prominent
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Americans serving on the De- ,. I If

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Civil Rights There are fifteen k.e.l.fe
others. Other Negroes are;Rev. STRIPED CANDY CANES 11lIk

John Boar''1 B.of Evans Christian; Presbyterian Education SANTA POPS HARD AND FILLED CANDY

out Jake JjSlmmons Jr., president Traditional treats I
holiday
of the Okalahoma NAACP Con-. < Holiday favorites! Assorted -
for yourself. I zerence and Dr. Aaron Henry! decorate a tree or fill,a seek shapes and flavors, Individually "
,president of the MlsslaslpptNAACP Christmas stocking 12 in, 5.It wrapped. Keep 491to

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PERFECT XMAS FOR I
TROY, ALA<-Cnarges of at .. s MIIKCHOCOUTENOVEITYCAN1Y'
,tempted rape against IS-year!
FAMILY & FRIENDS old Walter Ray Franklin dropped ;g ,ol
because of "insufficient I Ievidenc. I ;
i ." aftesJIAACP inter- .Li
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FULL FAMILY LIVING COLOR OR '';nt1oo. The youth was arrested

BUCK[ and WHITE PICTURE tin charges white girl interring' a 5year"old V. s Cmndg Gift D.ok of r i8 lIe

The Rev JX.Buford, NAACP t LIFESAVERS L
PRICES INCLUDE, AIL .FAMILY field director la Alabama, secured + ,,,,
council for young Franklin J *
VA"Q l upon request of the boy .. 1' 1 s. I 59 One pound tubes of foil
patents. They explained that .' ,..k I r >- .. wrapped balls or bells. Or
,FULL LIVING BLACK the boy had been employed to :; ,< : ., t Wonderful Idea! Contain 12 box of foil covered tree +
mow the lawn a the home of I, f'..' 0 deUdoui rolli of everyone'. ornaments with hangen.t .
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3/4 cup butter or margarineS,*. "
2/3 < .
cup sugar .
4 eggs S'z

I cup cornstarch ._ .
1/2 teaspoon almpnd extract
I package QO.os. each)frozen strawberry
halves 0-ptconlalnter t )thawed frozen

eDt use I pint fresh strawberries, sliced and sweetened. '

Cream butter.Gradually add sugar;cream untilUghtand fluffy 4 ; :
Add eggs alternately with cornstarch beating trorouehlr ,
after each addition (mixture yllt look curdled). Add almond
extract. Bake two 9-lnch squareWfles. In hot waffle Iron ....'"
then cool on a rack. .

Cut each waffle in halt Piaof"nefne' half on a serving .erg
platter and spread with half the strawberries. Top with another -
waffle half spread the', ; 6
; with-half whipped topp1ll Re"'! 1
peat layers, ending with a. laver on whipped topping Chill A .
30 minutes or longer-. this'ieisert may be prepared ahead .
of time and chilled about 2 tours before serving. Cut in slices \. I -- -"
to serve. Make 8 servings .won" ,II I It's fruitcake and here'e one that's not only rich la
/ n.AuijU ; J fruit but has .n extriipedal addition of flaked coconut This
Note: If desired Juice drained fronif frozen berries may be dlE: unuaual fruitcake can be served the tame day a. baked or etored
use In Golden Glow Punch. "' ; in a tightly covered container for later use. If you wish wrap
'':. 1.,. slightly warm cakes in cheeaecloth soaked in brandy or wine tpdthen.tors
) tightly covered
Light Coconut Frallcake
2% cupe (about) Baker'e % pound walnuts chopped
Two cheers for t Angel Flake Coconut (about 2 cups)
2 pound (about 5 cups) 2V4 cupe lifted all purpose
,
mixed candied fruit flour
1 pound pitted date,cut M pound butter or margarine:
the holidays. in (about Vfy cups sugar
L1 2V4 -'rl-: 6 eggs
I pound (about 3 cups) % teaspoon doubleactingbaking
Our bottle and our decanter. rauins,washed powder
TwnpopularandfihnQgifts. and dried Dash Of salt
*.' V4 pound candied cherries, 1 teaspoon vanilla
Both already'ojft-wrjjpped. .. cut (about 1 cup)
'(Because we thl/ik you've pot Mix together coconut, fruits, nute and V4 cup of the flour.
I enough to do at this time of ) rGiveSeagram's '< The model on the left is using a revolutionary" Deauv' picture our model has combed oat one of ON newly-set hairstyles Cream butter, gradually add sugar. Cream together thoroughly.Add .
year. routine that take only minutes. It la the Klndess Instant Hair- after using the same halrsetter.Soft ringlets are shaped eggs, one at a time, beating well after each Sift together
setter by Clalrol It's a handy little hairdo-saver that works to give height and gently frame the face.Black velvet hair color- remaining flour, the baking powder and salt Add to creamed
and R 5ure. alone. Water and setting lotions are not necessary,In,the.other log by Lady Clairol give that extra lift. mixture blending thoroughly.Add vanilla.Blend in fruit nsixtur.IJne .!;
bottoms of one 10-inch tube pan and one 9x5-inch loaf pant!
with heavy brown paper. Spoon batter into pans to 1 inch from
top Place tube pan in 275' oven and bake 1hours; Then increase -
,ge '1w Toffee Ice heat to 300 and bake 1 hour longer (Total baking time
I Cream Pie and Sauce_ 2V4 Put loaf pan in oven V4 hour later than tube pan.
Golden Glow Punch ( hou..t n,time 2 hours.) Decorate if desired.Makes 7 pound
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1/2 cup orange-flavored!Instant breakfast drink
It I 1 can(6 os.)mean concentrated for lemondade DE
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1 4 cups water
1 package QO os.)frozen strawberry halves,partially thawed 9-Inch 3 yolksU Graham Cracker Crumb Crust
t bottles ((7 os.each)club soda, chilled cup err sugar .
% teaspoon salt
Or use Juice drained from 2 package frozen strawberry 1 envelope gelatinS
halves for Party Waffle Loaf. ; cup water
2 cups heavy cream whipped
tt creme de menthe
cup
Combine Instant breakfast drink, lemonade water, and straw Shaved chocolate
k. berries. Stir until! instant breakfast drink Is dissolved and
strawberries Chill. Juse before serving, stir in Prepare Graham Cracker Crumb Cru.or use a Pet-Rita
'.,. separated. Frozen Piecrust Shell, ready for ftlliivg in its own aluminumpie
Mt, ,- club soda and ice cubes Make about I quarts or 16 servings.- pan. In mixing bowl beat egg yolks, agar and salt until
f' -,: thickened and lemon-colored. In small saucepan >
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( ...'"! .,, tin in cook low 'CooItof:in" "
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egg mixture and foldjn4--c0p"of the cream and the eremede
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Drink Birds Eye Strawberry menth&Tttnrtnto crust refrigerate until,..*.. Top with
$Seagram ti" Company N.Y C \(*Whiskey Birds Eye Concentrate for Lemonade.
66 Proof.65Gf8/n Neutral Spirits I remaining cream and decorate with chocolate.
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Carnation evaporated milk. The velvety-textured mocha-
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miniature marahmallowa to make It more Interesting.
/ Chopped pecans are added for crunch and extra flavor ii1I I

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2 tablespoons butter 2 cups (two "ounce May Yule
% cup (small can) un- packages leml-Iwnt your i
diluted "etlud chocolate pieces docking be fill
evaporated milk I tablespoon instant ed with joy, love
I.% cups sugar coffee powder a and peace. To all
It teaspoon .sit 1 teupoon'vanllis of our friends we
4 cups miniature I marah. a
mallows (about H cup chopped pecans end our greeting
ounce) foraMerryYule.

;:- Combine butter, evaporated milk, sugar and salt In
saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boll and boll 5
1 minutes, stirring constantly (Start timing 1 when mixture
begins to "bubble" around edges of pan) Remove from 1967
I heat Stir In :J cups marshmallows-' cups chocolate
plecescoffee powder, vanilla and pecans Stir vigorously
for 1 minute (until marshmallows and chocolate melt and,
blend), Pour half the fudge Into a buttered 8.Inch square
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I Tourist Traff ice For 1968 xfS B7 DORm BROWN

VS VIRGIN ISLAND: Cruise ship traffic to the U.S.Vlrgin Island NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
will be the heaviest in the history of this Caribbean vacation ,
center during the coming winter and spring season.

On one day, December 30, ""reached". You"sasha "wh3e: I a Uncle Sam is righting an old wrong In sending hundreds of
record number of five majors you fiance. And If you do something Negro students to col.le.1'J 's doing them no "nvor."
win anchor la the harbor not too bright, you show A little: more than a hundred' years after: most Negro education
of Charlottee Amalie, St. Signs of "shtupl'ness". was prohibited across'the country by law, the nation
Thomas. They will be the Queen Since most Virgin Islanders ;i' Is, at last, doing its duty to its non-white youngsters by giving

Elizabeth, The Nlenw. Amsterdam also speak the more conven- .them a chance to go to college .

I the Oceanic the Grip.. tional English, you might hear Among the beneficiaries of America's larjpsse are 1,100
holm and the Constitution, one tease another for using) low-income students enrolled in a new ttr -,ear curriculum at

scheduled to visit St. Thomas' 'stateside language saying,, IS predominantly Negro colleges and universities.
from November to May, and 41 "Yd Yankln mon, yo swalloln' The Office d Economic Opportunity Is paying the cost d
wll tie up In the harbor of Freferlksted de Merlcan flag" their room and board. Coordinating the project is the loath

St. Croix The peak, And when things are goodsucn tute for Services to Education, Washington, D.C., which received
cruise ship month for St. Croix, as a vacation In the Virgin Is an K50,000 OEO grant to send the young men and womento

will be January when 13 pas lands you can smile an say, school
senger liners will call. "Notta bod Unit moot 1 ". Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, BE: president project director.
Thjs year also will see the ; 'He is former president of AliT College and
largest-number of maiden voyages Virginia Onion University
to the U.S.Vlrgln Islands Beacl1Shorts The students will be going to Jackson State College, Jackson,

with 6 making their first trip Miss.; Talladega College, Talladega, Ala.; Southern University
to St. Thomas and toSt.Cr ix. AM Baton Rouge, La,; Norfolk State, Norfolk Ya.;
According to custom, ships Bennett! College, Greensboro, N.C.
making their initial visit will Also, Voorhees College, Denmark, S.C; Lincoln University

'be honored with gold plaques. MIAMI BEACH FLA/ Two"citybred" 4 4a Oxford, Pa; Bishop College Dallas, Tex.; Clark College Atlanta -
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presented during on-board ceremonies -' ; Florida 'AIM State University Tallahassee, Fla.; Ala-
usually attended by flamingos recently barns A&M College Normal, Ala.; Tennessee 'Ail State University
Virgin Island Governor Ralph were released in the Everglades Tr' Nashville, Tenn.; and North Carolina 'ALT State University.
National Park.The birds
': Greensboro
H.Palewonsky and other offi N.C.
cials. were donated by Hialeah racetrack ( While the 1,100 students are to courtesy
where several hundred : '\ Ibeinger
era
English Is the language here of the War on Poverty, a YOl of Ala., was
live and breed la the Infield.!
but Virgin Islanders have their : ,. getting her college education, thanks to the intervention President ,
Other flamingos have teen spot
version which j' Johnson
private Calypso .
ted from time to time In the:, ;
visitors find charming as well Miss Joyce Turner 18, wrote twice to the President, telling
u confusing. big preserve southwest of Miami ,' f him abe had no money to get higher education, yet wanted ere.
Spoken softly and rapidly with Beach but none Is known 1 r A nigh school honor graduate, she noted that the country was

a lilting inflection, the Islam to have bred there for many '"'(ou'n got to match the right tune with the recording artist," Lenard Canton (left ) listens as the girl (from left) Yvonne aiding underdeveloped nations and "might u well help me."
dialect Is ta ear-pleasing mixture shiest years. They are one of the says the chief artist and repertoler director for Chess Records Maury Bobble Beater Sonya Frank and Ernestine Williams, After being directed to Samuel Johnson, an educational consultant
of Idiom and imagery. If ', species known billy Davis (right) and "Love" seems to be the right song for add their comments about the written sheet music Contary Miss Turner was given a plane ticket to Atlanta, where
a big surprise Is planned you The Vashonettes. The charming foursome has busted recordedthe to popular toilet, Billy nals. "rock and roll music Is written abe made it to Morris Brown College Just In time to register
might bear "Wahtah bolUrf to MIAMI BEACH FLA.Manylittleknown tune and are the subject of an elghtpart series being written !" for the fall term.
fish andby' fish don' kno varieties of tropical by Lee Ivory entitled "How A Record Is Made;. Producer Why did she write directly to the President to get a higher
"And If your taxi drivers slows fruit trees can be grown Education? "I needed help and Just decided to take,a chance/'

down: to smile at I prttJ woman In Miami Beach door) rds. TV-Radio Men Will said Kiss Turner, who said she was happy in her new TII Ii a"
Ballantine
gff! says "Das men soul moo," Among them are awonas JaDO- FAMU Honors college student.
he's pointing out his rJ.r Urleod. tlcaba, longan, lltchi and sapo-

When you arrived, you have) dilla.I Sponsor Blues Contest Symphony Music, Concerts,

ERodneyJaespresl late afternoon, said: .
Chicago
Your professional beautician dent. of the National Ajsocaltlon "Unwittingly Pervl/ Spann Varied Joys Feature Miami
knows the answer. or Television and Radio An- and I stirred up a teapot temp I

nouncers, and'penis Span, est in late September when we MIAMI BEACH:' Perhaps at no other seasaq tkat'JIlt present
announced 'Battle of the Blues'between
both disc Jockeys for the number
Is the contrast more marked between this slhh opical vacattooland -
... I' one radio station In Chicago B.B.King and Little and most other areas of North America.

d" /ft"" ] WON said they sponsor Milton that title Campbell. We Just stunt.used While thy north u*.1ates Jan.. I Now the bowl with
,I : "n ""'" .:l .. \ ,. ,. an "authentic blues battle" to as a promotion I Christmas with ,
find and crown a "King of the But It seems to have backfired. sleUjCbeDs and 1udseats can't fill demands
Blues. Little Milton, who records for snow and the YuleToTburnIng and visitors are fortunate to
Jones, whose resonant voice Checker Record, and King a -'- warmliln the 1ir8 lac.01' .- Vbtaln accomodatlons without
Kent artist workedat their modern but less colorful .eservatlons.
derma Windy Cjty drivers u recording -'J'
Why does some hair they fight their way nome on two clubs owned by the disc scene equivalents tore the Times Indeed have changed
changes to sajl hoq.1Dci
Jam-packed expressways In the Jockeys. Milton was declaredthe blue out the basic appeal remainsthe
winner. waters and pol Isetaq that sunshine swimming, sail-
break off when combing? grow In the garden; not the florist In* golf and aU the trimmings

I r- ao rcde4 'uCiJIllu[ : Unle .s shop, wQfc weamer reports from.
Miami !leach'ind Its ."'Ironscelebrate bock home say '-'rr.

Your hair is precious and delicate .and none of us like to see AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15% DOW" Christmas SSTKSwYear The ,Christmas .holiday show

it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use SHELL'S CITY G.vth d.JN.w t one. with the most elaboratepamntrr serves as a preview of the win
eta AYE. a 51th IT. ata anywhere, Admittedly attraction tore
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often ter. Every now
are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage..Butf m.- -a _JlIW.IfIlfUI: altars this Is to attract vl- rill be tore all season, ex-

hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks lint but certainly 11'1 pie- septing football,which ends with
how irritated becomes commerctellatlenEveryo the Super Bowl Jan 14.
off in everyday combing Notice your scalp
'
Hose ox t...... 4 here more than
200.000
hen you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? 'HONG ox cots, If top names are in the supper

Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and "'A Llv.... (IRVIOI Pen TM. Llv...... log hoiidaygoers a Joyous,time seems going to be swlmmlLg hav- clubs Jfow more will be along
that it should be softened before combing. In tbeeoow.eekaandm. tba.I .
tangles so easily MIAMI
FL ,-.The P.Ballan to "the
races
Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to RANGE FUNERAL HOME!: Sidney Poitier tine & Sons brewing company the night clubs, SAMplaying 'Programs the municipal aaUtorium -

the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed B737N. W 17Ttt AVENUE d Newark, fU.has been boa- colt during January Idoluclt'IJIIIpllony

softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break- 'M. ATHALIB NANOK ,.,. ored tonight by the National-;' Then was a 6y, back In the concerts, opera and
age on all human hair (including wigs),. most beauticians relY'on 0WNMUM I".TttlC"I'ANCia. And Beauteous umni Association: of Florida middle iCe :uet the Orange Jolk mu.k. with RlngUng circus

Clairol' Hair-So-New' spray-orf creme rinse. For combingease .*Ah OmiOT.lt wNIA.MANAa.R. D'''ESTQN AIM University as a pioneer lathe Bowl straggled to fill IS.QOO'MatI In the adjoining Convention ball
and for beautifying your hair in many other ways, trained telecasting of the Orange and Miami Beach's half as an added feature. Both colle-
stock family of fine Clairol products for Randolph Star pate and professional basketball
beauticians a complete Blossom Classic.Presentation doiin major hotels bad more
Brand are on the Miami Beach
Announcing The Opening Of'JunJJalt
your specific needs. of a scroll from empty rooms than tests on
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair cart Barbara Randolph, young, n FAMU was made in apre-game sports scene, represented by
and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems, ; vaclous, talented-packed and ceremony James L.Cant, President 5th Dimension. 'the University of Miami and the
for beautiful, will soon be seen in ;t, Louis Hawks.
only your professional beautician knows the answer sure. of the National Alumni, '
Columbia Pictures' "Guosa The greyUounus will to running
.C C1.lroIlnc.1H7 ("urtwy of Clairol Inc. Wigs, Wiglets & WIG FASHIONS (left), presented the scroll to nightly at Miami Beach
Who's'Coming to Dinner''whJcJa'.tars Richard H.Griebel,president of Singers Go To Kennel club starting Jan. 8.
Sidney Pottier, Spencer Ballantine, at mldfkJd u close .
Jal alai is Just across Biscayne -
Switches Ho Money'Down Tracy and Katharine Hepburn to 4,000 spectators watched toy In Miami fronton
& Chicago Club
and Introuduces (Katherine The. croQ stated that the Nat- .
and the thoroughbreds are. lo-
'Ii a 1 Alumni Association
Houton. 'CLEVELAND-fabulous and stalled at Park Horseracing
691.1661i 1.25, Per Week Miss Randolp is featured In one ""proudly honors P, Ballantlne Tropical I
fantastic 5th Dimension, a recording will nove to Hlaleah Jan.
I of the fastest moving scenes In '1& Sons as the Pioneer in the group that struck with n.

the picture. 'Blossom fuJo': Orange lighting like slashes at the preconceived Within Miami Beach the vacationer
With plenty hip-action, Barbara
music barriers between
has two- la-bole municlpa -
Ballantine Initiated the television

Randolph swings through
by Yeti' rr li III '.T. fait' the latest dance: steps with a of the Orange Blossom "white" and "Negro pro golf clubs, Bayshore and
will whirlwind
end .
griming a Normany Shores, as will as aping.
:Classic la 1966. This
Although year's
Iipartaiit SterlI flirtatious eye on Poitier. -
promotion tour of the Midwest hold municipal golf
unsuccessful catching television was In color In New
E. Flifler Ms.j ances, this does not slow York, Washington, Baltimore, and Eastern seabord states with course Tennis courts are in
Man Florin her sown"one till in tue rum Philadelphia and Atlanta. a two-day engagement at the Flamingo and North Snore parks
Playboy Club la Chicago.
She was found for her part in The scroll was signed by Mr. Fishing begins InBlscayneUy
.. Phil 37J-3IS5 the produced anddirectedStan.* Cant, and Dr. George W. Core, The group records for Soul with mackerel, bonefish and
Records and in
ley Knmeftelease.whilecom- Jr., president of FAMU. City : managed spotted weakfish, moves seaward
by Mare Gordon, former general to the Gulf Stream with
.pletlng a singing engagement in Following the game Mr. Grl-
manager d the record la sailfish, white marlin, Hngflsh
a Los Angeles hotel bel was host at a "President'sReception"
Coming from a long stream d at the HotelSevlUe bel. They appeared at Lads and dolphin.among the bigger, t
Johnnie Casino to packed houses altar
Ann'sShopping
r 'takc show business relations, Bara Miami Beach, for the officials game ;
taping two televisiondanceparty
bar. Is the daughter of famous d FAMUandGrambllngCoUege" pry "The ..tpbestThe ) Mehmy Gels
stage and screen star, Lillian and a numberofprom1nentc1Y1e Show."
Randolph* Sandwiched between leaders of the Miami area com New PresidentDr.
Center radio andtelev1s1on.npcem.nther .inanity five singers, whose recording .
mother found time to train populriry charts of Lloyd Chants Elan today -
Mcifo ui
1Tt Cash Box and Billboards both
M her to dance and slag Miss Bill Cosby Is was named president ofMeharry
nasic trade
.Randlopb's father grandmother publications, re- Medical College at
uncle and aunt are all Ready For Coca Lorded their second album before the seal-annual meeting of the
tk how of/ J lucM.e. toll.* prominent la show business arriving in Cleveland,, and Meharry Board d Trustees.The ..
tt Is scheduled for
2994 N.W. 46th St.Grqcerles.Meals.Yegellbles. She mad her first stage appearance Cola Program sometime later this month.release<< announcement d the ap-
at the age of six, in xantment was made Victor 8.
a family act, with her mother MIAlIl-Bffl Cosby win be The album is entitled ")(ape Johnson Jr.. president of the!

and father, and her first movie featured In the Bill Cosby Radio Garden" and features nine board and bead of Aladdin In-
1 J ,,tr she was nine years old. Program for Coca-ColaonJan- songs written by talented Jim Inc.

Her role In "Guess Who's uary IS. This win be a five, Webb", writer of "Up, Up and Johnson said, "I am extremely
Coming To Dinner," Is her second mlmrte.tt >week, program, Aft, and the group's"latest pleased to announced today
sieve' motion picture. She has syndicated by the company and hit record, "Paper Cap the appointment of Dr. Lloyd
"Where service begins/ and enll," appeared In top>> night clubs in will be slotted in on 40 tops) With three IIIDdsomt young CJlan to the presidency d
KH & VINE TO (0 the Orient, Hawaii and Puerto stations. Be will tape 350 shows men and two former beauty eon- Meharry Medical College,
test
Three locations to serve vo '. Rico u well u popular nightspots for airing over 18 months. He winners the attractiveness "This appointment, made at
In the United States and will have a complete array at of the group first strikes an the fun meeting the board of
new materIaL This will not affect lurtlence. Combine with unique Trustees brings to
Mio.1 Ope Iecle' hoick. a close an
.' ?"' U'4, \ \ Iris hUm rint $34-8155 his '1 Spy" epic.A comedy color-coordinated stage uniforms Intensive search by the board
C feature will be to center of and a highly professional
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1 111 lilt DECEMBER 23, 1SE7 TAR. PAPERS, mi 11ter.



I,: King Revamps SCLC Structure Creates New 'Offices And Expands' Staff I



Professional Leadership Is 'Shriners Help Jewish Hospital Otis. Redding PlannedFor

Much Flying

1 Pictures: Part 01 Vigorous Plan Z" t 7A 'T y p MACON, GA/-NPI)-The oody of rock and roD king Otis I
: Redding has been returned to his home town for burial, and
ATLANTA, GA. Dr. llattlaLuthur King, Jr. hu announced .with his death In an airplane crash has come series of perplexing
sweeping reorganization ot the Southern Christala Leadership ironies.

Conference. Tn"being! brought home for bur condition'la the hospital
HM SCLS President revealed the creation eta new executive OUrselve 1a1, Redding appeared to contra One of his last albums was
position, the appointment of two MW key exeeurres, e$tile r1 diet a lyric ot one of his last titled "The dory cI Otis
.expansion of SCLVs fleld and administrative staff. ... unreleased .00pl''I'fI roamed Redding" an account that end-
"We art completely restructuring tor. Be has already attended] 1,000 miles from Georgia id shortly after the record was
our staff and program 'two recto-long SCLC strategy never to go back borne again,. released.
"Dr. King explained. "SCLC meeting and assumed his new The renowned "King of the, Recording partner Carla Thomas -
and the modern civil ,rights powt In Atlanta on December Memphis Sound" died only a last summer cut a disc to
movement began more than a 18. Ben In Tampa, Fla. Rev. month before be planned to buy be titled "Queen-Alene," featuring ,
decade asgo U a strtffejle to Lafayette, 27, Is nationally a $79,000 11._ plane and Just her. Earlier,the pair.
,end legal segregation lathe known u aa original member. get a pilot license tt was reported had made an album, "King and,
South. The challenge to us and ct the historic Nashville student that be !had been bulld- 'Queen."
our battles ahead now loom asa movement, forerunner of lug a 140,000 land strip and 4
more difficult lone term' the massive siting, as a Freedom hanger adjoining his Macon! BOLDEN'S
struggle for human rights both Rider, and as a founder I farmhouse.The HI E'J ADULT CUSSES
at home and abroad." of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating -. singer was not at decant
For ten years the Southern Committee. He Is a troll of the twin-engine plane ,, Starting February 13e -
Chrlstaln Leadership Confer veteran of the early voter-re which crashed In the fog at
eons has been In the forefront gistration and community .organizing Madison, Wls. The pilot was HOSPITAL AID CuASSf
of the nonviolent action movement "fT Ff I" Mississippi Richard Fraser, %8. Redding,
for civil rights. ODe orb and Alabama, and was Fraser and four others were CASHIER SALES ClERK
more militant civil rights organlstions initiator of the voter-registra killed in the crash. *
SCLS bas led such lion drive in Selma.Be hu served The bodies of Redding and FraMr PRE-CCHOOL WORKERS'
veil-known campaigns as the extensively in the South and were recovered, u were *
Birmingham movement which North la both civil rights and Uhose cI Mathew Kelly, 17; and BIBINESS MANAGEMFNTRegistration :
led directly to passage of tIeCIU Peach Movements.His most recent J,Jimmy King, IS, both Redding ::''
Rights Act cI 1964 ,$11d work has been in Chicago [troupers.
the Selma march,pnlTnlnaMn ln wild the ImerlcanFrtendsser- Still missing w.r.1t me Cal- J9THUR.6B i t !1 i..
enactment of the Voting Rights vice Committee and since last dwell, 19; Carl Cunningham, ;BOLDEN'S COLLEGE
Act of 196S. ACLA had led many September, la Roxbury Miss. It; and Phalen Jones.Sole sur.vlvor 1 1316 W. 20th Street
other masi protests helped organize where be directed the Neighborhood was Ben Cauley, 10, of .Registrar 356-6465
the student sit-in move Service Por Ject.Trj : Memphis who Is listed in fair
ment, conducted historic voter- -Souther ChrlsUam dserahpConierencewas .

registration campaigns,trained founded WHIM YOU ARE Kl
thousands of adults In the South la 19S7' following Montgomery r
and Initiated local action and development Bus Boycott, 1955-BwMch led fog seek The 'Bett Docitor. -
projects In Northern by Dr. King and Re,.Ralph D.
Slums. Abernathy, SCLC:: Vice President A check: for 110,000 WAS presented tone National Jewish National officer of the Order on bad for the check presentation When Your Doctor,
,
At-Large and Treasurer.At Hospital at by the Ancient EhypUaa"Arabic Order :Presences, Get Experienced ; bind
were the Rev. John Henry Hester. Atlantic City, N J. Imperial
,Inttl announcement the top of the SCLC struc- Mystic Pharmacists
of SCLCreorganisation Nobles of the Shrine. Potentate; Mrs.WHhelminaLewis Means,Detroit Mich.,
Dr. King today tar is a 53-member Board cI The check was presented during recent dinner the hospital Imperial Commanderess,Daughters of Ms;and llarry O.SbaDk. [Ac o'a1iTi-'to' Tour
said; "With the promotion of Directors, including Dr. King honoring the Shrine group and Its auxiliary, the Daughters ofIsls. lID Cleveland, Ohio, Aide to the Imperial Potentate. Docto ."orders. we
President and Rev. Joseph
one of our ablest leaders the u William HJiunter
Illustrious Potentate cI Syrian Temple No. Use Only Best
The
appointment of two K.Lowery of Birmingham, Ala. This the Shrlners ninth annual to the and ,
outstandingnew was gift hospital was 49, in Denver, also wit present. Accepting the gift on behalf ,
executives and the forth u Chairman The Board meets double the amount given In previous years.It brought to $50,000 of the hospital were Stanley C. Shubart,trustee and past president 'Quality, Drugs.' -
board
establish ,
coming recruitment of other twice yearly to the sum contributed by the Order to the free-care, nonsectarian NJH, and Richard N. Bluestein, NJH executive vice pre l C..E.,: BLACK ProprictotReglaterea
new staff, 'w. are now preparing policy. chest disease center. The money win be used for re sident. Pharmacists
A steering Committee, which TO Serve YouA
for more vigorous meets Agularly to determine ...... .... COMPLETE LINE OF-------------
auctions and lathe -

civil months rights and movement years programs ahead.has been The, Is specific composed policy of Dr.and King programs, Rev. search.Powell's;; Seat May Bo Too Former Negro GIVE ID I FIGHTMS cosaetlcs, Rubber Gopds Candies (Sundries

Is, and always willbe for and Abertby Department and Rev.and project Young. beads Mayor Aspires ( PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
about the people, but we art Hot--Nobody Wants To Rim
Include Hosea Williams, Voter -
entering a new phase which requires ; .
greater and prof esslona.leadership Registration and Political NEW YORK-Bemal possible candidates for Adam Clayton To New Office 'Lilly's Drat Mere
and technlca Education; Rev. James Bevel Powell's vacant seat In Congress are being talked up. But all WOODMERE, Ohlo-A former

'1k1W." Direct Affiliates Action; Rev.T.YJtogers Mrs. saytbeyre not Interested. partner of Cleveland's new Ma- MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, 1)17)IKS Rost, 3SJ21S
Jr. Dorothy ,
Dr. King noted that the most ; Education Among them are Manhattan ed for almost 10 months liver for Carl B. Stokes, who managed "
Cotton
pressing Immediate project Into Citizenship ; Borough President Percy E. what to do about Powell's seat, to beat Stokes to a
organize, during the next Rev. Jesse Jackson,Mew-Soogn Operation. Button; William H.Booth,chairman Harlem residents "AYlbeeDbe-' ,oral post, Is now seeking to become
three months, a massive poor Breadbasket; Mrs New Tort Human Rights reft of representation in Con a county commissioner Does Coca-Co5a

people's campaign for Jobs and, JamesUHarrlseq,.Programs Flnance nd',1=Commission; Dr, Eugene Cal-' .gress.To Mayor Samuel S. Perry who ...... .
.Income,) to be led by SCLS next Thomas' ; >tender, executive dlrector.New'York offset this Injustice, 11 ,assumed office In 1966 and was -
OBenburgef.lntormaff
spring in Washington, D.CStaff, : : Urban League; Livingston/ 'Congressmenrecently Introduced -* reelected layt month, petitions
members have been assigned to lion Wlngate, Powell's former aide a bill that would assure last week for one of two have the taste
10 cities and five rural areasto .*: (* *.: in Congress; State Senator Bas, Harlemiles a permanent Capitol' county commissioners seats
mobilize for that ef- and State Assemblyman -, Hill office to handle their proW
people 11 Patterson; : that will_ become vacant next
,
fot.Other Negro ElectedAs Charles Range Jplems. ',.ar. tired of?
programs Include the All say they don't want!IPow.Il' you never get
nationwide organization of Operation satSomemaychange'
Breadbasket for economic their minds, however after they, low COSTPace
development, adult education DirectorIn U.s. Supreme Court rules on!
voter registration and Powell's March 1 IlcIQ810Dfrom '
political education, community the House. I Lifting Of Ycir Neeb'rout'BDME Is it always refreshing?
organization, local leadership "Please do not Include my
training urban projects such MichiganDETROITFrank name U a potential Congressional .
COHCEM"tuf
u tannin unions formation of candidate," said Dr. ca' IS ODE

co-operatives, and coordination Seymour, lender, who was recently appointed
of activities with 270 affiliate president, Frank Seymour Associates a deputy administrator; "Carports, Torciis
chaptrs of SCLC. Inc. has become the of the city's Housing Development Do things go better
Rev. Andrew J.Young Executive first Negro to be elected to the Administration I his Awl Gtierai xotor
Director since 1964, hai board of directors, Michigan Dr. Callender named Pat-j
been named .Executive .'Vice chapter! Public Relations Society terson, Rangel, and Wlngate aspen with Coke
Are Our
Additions
President, Rev. Young,:'a J5 of America. "who would like very much! Specialties
year old native of New Orleans Seymour, who started his to be candidates for COIIer..1In ..--.
left the National Council, public,.relations firm in 1965, Powell's New York district.! We Will Finance Up lo
of Churches in 1961 to become ,was elected a three-year term The three, however, promptly: after Coke after Coke?
administrative cI SCLC' Clti- on the board Michigan PRSA- 'denied having any such am-!.
7 Years
lenshlp Educatln Project. one of the nation's oldest, largest --I
Since then, be bas been a lead- public relations organic- Borough President Button de-j
e in every malar civil rights ttaas, clued that be would not be a, CAll 391538
campaign of the '60s, Including Elected to the PRSA board; candidate under any clrcumstancet. -' ;Ask ichoolleichtr Shlrlerfasley/ / ,Lather Ml you
Birmingham, Albany Ca with Seymour, are C. Barb He could "not even be .Capitol Construction Co. Write:Mn Shirley Haslev.PO Bo 2867.San Francisco,Ctllf.04128
I St..Augustine, Fla., Selma am Brechler administrative assistant drafted" for the Job, he said.. :
Chicago. A top adviser close to the vice-president, While political leaders debat
associate of the SCLC Presl- public relations, General Motors -
dent, Rev. Young win continue, corporation; Howwrd Back,
to be principal spokesman and executive editor,National Television .
representative of Dr. King and: News,Inc.;and Robert W. aU1ae4
SCLC. As Executive Vice President Hefty, director of public information. .
be whit serve U chief Ford Motor company. _
administrative adviser and supervise For Seymour, the electfonwu t!
pollcy-plnnnt0gudlm- one d the series of firsts
plementation. Be was the first black man
William A. Rutherford bas elected to Local 50 UAW-C1O K. /
been a ppolnted Executive Director. executive.board and the first ,
An able administrative Negro elected to the Ypsllanti u U :
ta: manager, Rutherford, 43, MlchJ) City Council.
Is a former businessman and Starting a newspaper in Inkster ,. _
journalist who Joined SCLC on (Mich.) in IM7, be moved _
oy.mberZ7lfter serving the on to the public relations department
rganlsatlon U a special: eonnltant Ages Brewing Com
last summer. A native I pany.
I Chlcago'iSouthSlde.Rnther. Seymour resigned as department :
ford was educated in the Chicago director to operate an advertising '
publcl schools, the University agency, Seymour,
of Woutber Callfornal Leathervood, awl1 Cleveland. CSrUtme. Joy, Ete a song bring; happiness el day long T9
the University of Chicago and Then be resigned from the May
me Universltu of Paris, wherehe agency u president to Join the M-r !Ih ipfcUe' end cheer remain with you throughout the yeer.
earned a doctorate la comparative Bell Broadcasting company u
economic. Be has general manager. J
Cited the Detroit Mews u ,. ,. ,
teen a foreign correspondent by IY.Y' WW. MI MM.1.MMWWIM. MW 11 AIM/MI I" IM"wNM/ / /
far CBSTlme-Llfe, the Christian XM cI the newest and brightest
Science Monitor and other figures on the Detroit scene.he
news media, u well as management (II a member of the Booker T.' You know it. It's your best
engineer and efficiency nshingtoa Business assocla-.
expert for the Defense Department lon, NAACP, Retch Urban
and private Industry.Since ::.Algae, Economic Club of Detroit P&tALOtPlenty refreshment buy.
1956 be has been Managing Director : Board of Commerce, and
of Rutherford Associates J craft.
and Internationa management A native Detrolter,be special-
consulting agency he helped ised la marketing psychology,
found uZarichSwltserland. public relations, and business: /
,As executive Dlxevtor SCLC, psychology at Wayne State university
Mr. Tutherford will be chief Detroit.Be i1
administrative officer charged was honorably dischargedfrom ;
fully with the over-all organi the U.S. Navy la 1930 and, ,. .' Open Sundays At HooiCAUAftAK. ? H"j" ..., 2
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sation and administration ofSCLS later worked u a machinist at Parking ,f '
actMttes. Ford Motor company and at the .. I .
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Willow RIll Bomber plant during The Couilly Liras bottled.under the authorIty. of The Coca-Cola: Company byr7snksonviila: Bottling Company
Rev. Bernard Lafayette Jt"win World War 11. flA. U. >, 1 Just Across "
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I Eugene Butler High Subdues- St. Augustine'sMurray With Score Of 7458Prairie




View A&M Gets Bunnell Junior High Players Wiljie} Wilson Leads Scoring

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Reserve
Naval Training
I tin "Sweet Revenge" Victory
Secretary of Defense Robert S. MeNamara announced today .
But a predominantly Negro collect la Texas baa been .selected ben
I Kugene Butler mgt School defeatedSt Augustine's Murry'recently
the Nary for establishment of a Nan Reserve Officerstraining '
by 1'A
: Eugene Butler became the reigning school In Its urn
corps war ..basfcettta tournament' The score was 74-S8.
Tie new ROTC unit will begin best able successfully\ to support i I
operation at Prairie View AIM an NROTC unit by September I This war the third meeting ot I[Hurray disposed of Stanton i.
.College Prairie View, Terns 1968 and because ofntbuslasm 'ut. season for the twoflnallsts, 'Vocational, 94-81, In the first
in the Ml of 1968. An tlttaienrollmeot for the program Murray won the first two. game and Butler sidelined
Both these schools licked otheropponents i-trnandlna Peck, 68-82. Toe
U 80 freshmen la displayed by the students, fec-
planned ulty t4 administration of the before coming to mi losers will meet In a consolidation
'
Secretary McNamara said the college. lJ 1 ,top.Tnla game preceding the title
Navy decided to establish tilt The Navy war assisted la Its t/ war the third meeting of dlt Saturday.
WIlt, the first expansion In then, study by an advisory group of ,..w' .' 6 the Mason for the two flnallsta,! Murray, led by Victor Hampton .
NROTC program since 1MB,, distinguished Negro educators and Butler's victory was sweet who netted 28 points Russell
la order to provide Increased, composed of Or. Preston Val- revenge u Murray woo the first. Wright ((24)) and Richard,,
opportunities for Negro college lea and Dr. Edward Brice of the. I Iy Rattan (19), opened upboth bar
student to become Navy 'offlceri Department of Health Education Willie Wilson led the Falcons rels in the second pelod to out- :
4 and Welfare, and Dr.Step- attack with M points while ecore ftanton 30-10 and coast In1
Toe study which led to selection -' ban J. Wright, President of the Gregory Washington bad 15., rUb a 32-19 bulge In the fourth
of Prairie View Included anof United Negro College Fund. I Johnny Henderson and Jerome, uarter.
a the IDS predominantly Negro Prairie View, founded In 1876 4 ;gi ,Jackson contributed 14 each. Buster Wlmberly garnered! 2Ucounters ,
colleges and universities in the u a land grant college, la part Russell Wright led Hurray to pace Vocational.
CJJ. The Navy aelected Prairie of the Tens AIM Universitysystem. k with 22. wy belpted out with Earl Mur-
View because It appeared tote, I r A cold second period cost ra,'. 19-polnt contribution.I .
.po Murray u Butler picked up 14 r rt r'Y1rr7i'trLe; ..-_ points while holding Murray encounter Butler fought
1967C to nine. Butler outscored the back In the final period after
visitors In every period but the dissipating{ nine-point, first-
4iiIr :! first when Murray left the floor jperiod edge. Willie Wilson canned '
with a 21-20 advantage. 22 points to lead Butlefascorlng. '

: In tbeconsolationatMrVoca He was aided by
BRAND NEW ,tional was the winner In a 74- Johnny Henderson who scored
... 68 game with Fernandlna Peck ,21.
,
f: 1968 VWSEDAN :Lionel McCoy paced Vocational Rickey Simmons was the
.1.' ; .;with 18 points while Ricky Slm- !pm'' leading scorer with!!,26..
,mane war the Peck leader with
.1 33.
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1.;'U $176450( ..t Local High School Football

I DtLIVIRIO IN |AXj 'Six Jacksonville Ugh schools produced honorable meteor

Aura CM rues./IC" footballers for 1967. Raines tops the list with eight Other
'. 191 a.f j" drools followed. The all gateway all Is also listed. Clact

Vf) 'Norman, football statistician, relasesd these to the Star.
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j fI; Catlin- :.:1 i,, :. : HONORABLE MENTIONSRAiNESLeroy '

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t / Lewis, Gary McMlckens Leroy Wootson,Ralph
Griffin _,,1If--" __J' _u." ... 01 "IIL'II.: ...\"'" .-I .;..II Jones, Terrance Lange, Jerry Ramsey Amos Hilton
f: :j f This charming grow of lama ladles from Bunnell High, Day* pains In making the highest scores possible. and Andre Alston
'. Volkswagen. '.' tans is coached by Herbert Blackshear of Daytona Beach. A AMU Photo
.' promising future in the future for these athletes who spare no BUTLERArnett White, James McKUmey, Guedell Murray,
INC Cornelius Washington and Anthony Lockett

"mo EAST 8th ST, "( Before Tilt With ChamberlainStar
J t MERRY C1lRSTIdAS1 Lists CILBERT-Robert Jarrell, Kenneth! Williams, Marvin Burke,J.
II 15 -9093 .JkmJLJIJi II Hampton W.Williams Lawrence Darlsand Herman Cummlngs.
Resorts To PlayerSAN
.KJUi,* <' Player
W.WUlalmsLawrence, Davisand Herman Cummings
Jan. Schedule r
i ,.. DIEGO What does John Block do before a professional .STANTON-Eula-Adams, Maurice Backman and Charles Gard-
basketball play against Wilt Chamberlin?
MERRY JAMPTON; VA.-Hampton Ina _".1 hope: a lot, and pray." Block second-year stay of the San neroVOCATIONAWames
CHRISTMASto 11 n t e Hampton, Va., an- Diego Rockets. __ '
'Dounces the basketball: schedule Block a former University of "When Tburmaon la on Parker, Lionel McCoy and Roosevelt

all of our many friends for the season, u well u the Southern Californai marksman, defense he lakes you out and WrightANDERSONCorny
swimming program and then' never had to cope with CbaILberlaSll makes no bones bout u." said
lery schedule:The schedule follows or the other big nun Block, after explaining thatChamber1a.ln Brown Merritt Benny Lawson Alvin Brown,Larry I i
Vincent
Taylor
Terry Stubba and Robert Jones
in the National Basketball Association had been giving .
"55th BAS T)1ALLSEASONI) until this season. He him some outside. shooting 1
sl/lt"l0l/ 1912 1967 spent most of the campaign riding room. i
CheerHappy the bench as a rookie with I feel I can help the team more ALL GATEWAY blX TEAM 1967
DECEMBERZ7.Z8.'Z the Los Angeles Lakers. on offense than on defense
ft. Eusfls Tournament Block welcomes the chance to against Chamberlain," Block OFFENSE
BROADNAX SERVICE .STATION. There play more, but it bad Weal Block
New Year! 30 Quantlco\ Marines.- -Away vantages. says he la a good outside Booker T. Haynes Vocational 12 Y 180 6'1"
And think for JOHN I LEON BROXDNAjfj gangers Block bad to think hard to recall shot. "I got ate outside I
JANUARY any occult M which he baskets In the first period done Otis Madison Butler U E 180 1'1"
your oatronage. i Norjh Carolina College-Home played an exceptional big moth game with Chamberlain.He I Booker T. Haynes Gilbert 12 T 235: : VV .
GAS, OIL ACCESSORIES WASHING 6 Morgan State College-Home college Only Walt Wesley came didn't come out to get me most Willie Williams Butler 12' G 175 5'lf' !
8 Morgan State College. Away to mind. The experience hardly of the time."
SHERWOOD GREASING nOAGE. BATTERY SERVICE 9 Coppln State--- Away prepared John for Chamberlain, When he did Chamberlain
13 Elizabeth City State College Nate Thurmond of San Francisco blocked a shot
LANES Home or Bill Russell of Bos Block looks surprised when
917 Kings Rd. EL 52960IMJQNVIUE toward Unlv'flltr--Awa ,ton.Block you ask him how you play defense :xii Madison Butler U E 180 "
765-1111 J30 Howard tID1YeflUy.-.Hom., figures be will need a against Chamberlain. Booker T. Haynes Gilbert 12 T 15:1: 1'0"
couple of years to reach phi, "You hope be doesn't do more Willie Williams Butler 1Z G 1'15 5'U"
5010 FLA. bUY U.S. sisal maturity necessary for the shooting. I ban on him some, Lary Armstead Stanton 1Z C IZ5 e'O"
twtalDr. MOONLIGHT', rough Inside play of the NBA but he had 65 pounds on me In Robert Toney ,RaInes 1Z G ZOl: 5'9"
noted difference la style between addition to the height Platben Dallas Ralnes 12 T zn
SATURDAY MITt Closed. 24th. & 25th Sunday & Monday SAVING BONDS Chamberlain and Thru Translated, Block means there Roland Meets Butler 12 E 17'l 6'Z"I'Z",
mood. la no way be can atop Chamberllan Jimmy WlmberlJ Vocational 12 Q8 170 6'Z"
abort of tripping him, ferry N."t1rk GIlbert 12 H8 191 Pt"kodrew
if Wilt wants to score. Calhoun Bathes 12 DB 198 P2".hales
olt' Chamberlain saved block : Clark Stanton 12 FB 215 I'Z"
Ca (greetings
and his teammates some embarrassment
Twktock..tvck-tock... by concentrating Jerry Newtlrk Gilbert II HB 185 5'10"
From An The, Emolovees on his passing game
the Bourbon thatdidIit DEFENSE

Alcorn Braves Apbonao Wade Raines 1Z E 1'10 1'0"

watch the clock! Aaron\rthur Welll Rut1edp Rashes Vocatlooal U 12 T G 110 115 6'ZO'6'1"

Dump MICs In 'brad Woodard Williams Ralmesson 12 12 T G 125 170 1'2"1'3"'

Robert Waler Anderson D E 16:1: I'll"

4N : OLD 135-71 Score David WW1t moms Streeter TIIomu Raines'H Vocat1ooa1 12 LB LB 16:1 185: 5'V"99"

DB 185 5'9"
CHARTER LORMAN Miss. The Alcorn Ernest Jotmeon GIlbert U DB 16'1 5'lO"
; :Braves, In their basketball oath Grlasett Stub 12 S 185 5'U"

opener, crusheuihe Mississippi
Kentucky's Finest Bourbon Industrial College by a 135-71
score, during which Coach Robert Florida Piaskinners Hon red I
I l Hopkins cleared the
Braves' bench and all 18 plaJer. -
BiIM saw action. All put point
on the board with freshman.... { /
', rt Wyatt (HUh C hool AA American Syr
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: DRIVS'" ), leading the way with r
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-V ., 7 24 points. 4R
Freshman Floyd Mason of
years Greenvllle-Coleman High
old School bad 18 points while Captain
Willie Norwood of North
tCQUOAS[ : Carrollton made 15 to lead the
returnee Tte letter men,playing ,
on the first halt, found Jessie
Z Conerly, senior from Columbia
SPEEDY CAR 'SERVICE: with !13, Charles Watkins
sophomore from Brookhavto 9,
James Kelly of Greenville with
12.
Slim 6'9" Julius Keys Junior
transfer student from Marietta
T Ga. made his debut at center
and scored 9 points before
I yielding to freshman Wyatt.
The I R. Thomas and W. Taylor with
Drive (Thro Building
22 and 12 points respectively TAr. Two
.iRAlliat. Fla. native Mommas
led the for M. I. O. were recment.
scoring
t L of the r.W.Woolworta Comapny of New Tort City
5568 Ave. B Phone. /64-0289 Young followed with 8 and J. awards which were presented daring the fifth annual Scnolarsbm break&ct
Wheeler, freshman, with T.AJcora for the pberaand coaches the ISta Orange Blossom
broke on top at me outset Oassk
rid In Miami receDtly..bbrt: Lrwts,censer

')IIIIIS .E.. Bazell,, Manager 1{in/yen/ MUM)WHIKT;ei Mocf.eftii wI age,on,mm i.Q.a Conerly on two free fond throws went out by front Jessie presentatrre of Orlando presented and to Florida the awards A and to M GrambWs ttelveralty'Woohrorth-sre.John Ken Riley Herring -

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1961
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I Alabama ,. Georgia And Florida Footballers Rate In Ford Competitions ) I IiUtk


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Clarson, Jacksonville, NC Aggies Are When Savannah State Took The Classic 1



Attended NFL Games In 'Friscc Faced With Bil"Five"


ATLANTA GA,.Slz bars from Alabama Georgia and Florida s ,,t14'+f n '' +

von berths her yesterday In the national semi-final of the Program

Ford Dealer-National Football League Punt, Past and Kick ..
'ompetlUon. GREENSBORO,M.CrAlthougb

Winners in and unbeaten in three straight
the Western rc9)1
area competition Conference areas-1
ALT coach
1 basketball games,
at the Atlanta Falcons- win an
: txpense-pald "Tour of with the
San Francisco Cal Irvltf Is still faced
49er National Champions" for themselves
and
to
problem of trying come up
Football League game Sunday their parents,
including a visit with what he can call "a startIng -
December 10 were: to Washington, D.C.. with five"

leanor BU1;_gilbert Drive_age 8, of 1317 i House.special tour of the White "We have got to come up with aset ,
] Tallahassee
unit said Irvin shortly
Motors.Fla., sponsored by :Tallahassee pete National finalists will com- after the, Aggies bad edged HighPoint t
on national television at
83-71 In the
College,
BIn Carrlngton, age 9, of 333 the NFL playoff Bowl game Greensboro Coliseum for victory -
Westerhall Court, N.W. Atlanta Jan. 7 In the Orange Bowl at number three. We welcome this

Ga., sponsored by Hub Miami. In addition to winning
Earlier ALT had taken the 'chance to wish each
Motor Company, Atlanta. championship trophi snatlonal State
of Fayettevllle
measuer
Rick darkson, age 10, of 1404 winners'names will be enshrined 9111-85)) and St Augustine's of you a merry Yule.
Terrace, Jacksonville, Fla in a pemanent PP4K
ex- the contests
(106-84). In all of ,
sponsored by Southslde Motors ,hlblt in the Pro Football Hall of $ 4
Irvin has
played an average 3Dah
Company, Jacksonville. of Fame at Canton, Ohio. 10 : $N4M
Aggies.
Mile Thomas, age 11, of P. .
No single star has emerged In ,
.
O.BOX 142 Lake J
Como .
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Fla. s "
the initial which Irvin
games r -
sponsored Jack .
by Tanner
Ford
BCC Veterans Mack j'-'>
Wildcats'Twins likes. George I
35
PalatkajFla.Gary I Il
Ted Campbell, Daryle Cherry,
S.Mahaffey, age 12, of Soapy Adams and freshmen
741 Plnetree Circle My t
Ala. Long-Lewis Bessemer Jimmy Staggs and William l _.# "T..

Ford,sponsored Bessmber. Are On against Brooker the bit Broncos.double figures

John R. Duggan, age 13, of Senior Carl Hubbard Joined

I Spring Street,Washington, Ga. Mack, Campbell Brooker and.i .

Sponsored. by AutoSales. I Conference TeamThe i Staggs in pacing the scoring
Washington GLTIIe'sIx 1
against St. Augustlne'l.OIIl b
will
represent
their against High Point did
cities at the Western Bethune-Cookman Wildcats /
Conference
Brooker, a leggy player from -/44 /
football team
Punt placed eight
Pass and Kick I
competition -
in 2(
Philadelphia, pour pointsto
players, including, star pass-
December
on IS in San
catching twins Samuel and Daniel lead the pack. Hubbard got
Francisco at the 49er NFL
game. A parent will accompany Cooper of plant City, on the 13 points in that game and -- ,.P ... --r------ NGERINE'SAuto
--
11.Rebound.
a SIAC All-Conference Team,.. Staggs .
each :
boy on the expense-paid -
trip. : :The other Wildcats selected in a leaders for AIT have It could be Just a matter.of whether basketball players Tigers recently captured the Middle Georgia Basketball Classic i
Twelve ; vote conference coaches were been Campbell,transfer student might not make the best ballet dancers. Wherever there Is a defeating Bethl -tooklDlD'. Wildcats by 104-95. *
boys from Ford Dl-
yison's Atlanta and Jacksonvillesales 1 Thomas Lee, 24S IDS.Offensive LonnIe Klutts and 6-J Vernon chance with the ball, the players seem to become completely Savannah. State Phdto l Seat Covers

Tackle from Pittsburg,Pa.;and Walker. uninhibited and Interested only la scoring The Savannah State r
districts competed in the '
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Henry Still, 278 lbs. Defensive 2001 KINGS RD.
area finals here yesterday. Put Practical Prwlnctt In Baskets For Needy'e ::1
Tackle from Columbus
Trophies were prsented to the Ga. Savannah Tigers Slap ..
winners, with all the contest- Named to the second team on

ants receiving complete Junior offense was Anthony Grisby,209 WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE
NFL uniforms. In addition eact Ibs. Fullback from Delra,. Bethune Wildcats 104-95
SEAFOOD CENTER NO WAITING' -CMDIT APPROVIO ON IfOTI
of the had already Named to the second team defense -. .. .
boys competing 65 lafLeSABRE aRJ) iLTIIP .... .. .. .(2195
Harrison .
Wilber ,
were ,
Savannah State
earned trophies for winning Fort Valley, Ga.-'lbe College Tigers of Savannah 144N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. EL 4.1468 FULLY EQUIPPED[ Ai|CONDITION.

local, cone and district 220 Wile Ibs.Brown End from, 250 Atlanta lbs. Tackle, Ga.;' Gtu, captured the Middle Georgia Basketball Classic by Thli wtik FRED cheerfully(Ivti up hit editorial, spice to 66 COMET 4 DOOR.' .. ...... ... ... ..... .$1795
defeating the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats of
competitions. from Boynton Beach and Alvin Daytona Beach. publicly! welcome Mn |ontt, the ,.w minifir and operator ftfrHtATtft, AUTOMATIC ,THANJ, POWIR SmiliNG AIR
The field ; Florida 104-95. CONDITION.
of nearly one million "
of the CREIN PANTRY lour n.xt door neighbor) In his
boys who registered for the Wyatt 180 Ins. Free Safety The Tigers came from behind ;ley; Johnny Allen and Jerome Frtd i, opinion she hat no equal l when It comes to fryln' fish I DODGE POUIA..J, ................$2385
from ;
Wit program this year has Jacksonville. twice on to defeat Florida AIM Hamler, Bethune-Cookman and and shrimp or mikln hush puppln THI FINEST 'IN THI fACTOHV w"1Mt3.fYSTElliNg, .*H, AIR CONOt-
been narrowed to 96 contestants Samuel Coopercaught 20 passes University Tallahassee In the iVlnson White Savannah. The ,
f Inslx for 217 yds., and 8 touch final second, of play 105-104 ''Second unite comprised, the 101-1 SOUTH I If you don't think Fred and ,Slim qualify *i food 6& OLDS THr'N ELTA 88 x..t.. ..... .. .. ... .. .$2585
age cr tllltbi'ougb competitions end cheek
experts come on out their' bulk AIOUT A QUARTER AH JUPM CltAN
In each of the 16 National downs, and Daniel Cooper grab were up and ready for the championships lowing: Willie Nicholas and or A TONI I PLYMOUTH tuRUIL YBT.ON..TlE. .
65 ... ,..... .$1795AUTOMATIC
Football League cities. bed 18 for 31J yds, and 3 touchdowns frame with Bethune. 'Walter Fulton, Savannah Walter -
; ,
TRANS POIR ITtlRINO. ft**, AIR CONDI.
Each boy competes against during regular season Sparks d by the floormanshlp GIlmore, Fort Valley; Wal- THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL TRIO

other ..his.own an in distanceand play. Fullback Anthony Grisly of guard Jimmy Wesley and the ter Beach, Bethune; and Tony 67CAMAROV8 .. .. ...,. .. ....I.... .$2595
accuracy of punting, passing -' carried the ball 67 times for excellent play and rebounding of Sbelton, Florida AiM. Honorable BLACK SEA BASS RbN.CONDITION, AUTOMMIJ TRANS. POWH mIlliNG

and place -kicking a foot- 845 yds. V. White, W. Fulton and W.Nicholas mention went to Jimmy
bakk. Since Its Inception In 1961 The Wildcats finished third in the Tigers proved to bea ,Wesley Savannah, Peter Walt- SMALL CHANNEL BASS 39 64 VOLKSWAGEN ....... .... ......... .$1295DILUXt
THIS IS A ONI OWNER AND JUST LIKE MW
the PPtK program has attracted the conference with a 5 and t formidable foe for the Wildcats hour, Fort Valley and A. Law- NORFOLK FLOUNDERLb. '
66 BUICK 225 ELECT. ... .. .. ..r.$2995
more thaD4OOOOOOentran" record. The defensive unit was of Bethune. It was the latter son, Florida MM. .
? DOOR COUP LOADED
AND LIKE MW.
number one In the nation among trio with Inspired ball PAR IOUTH. KIT WilT *
including a record of approximate play 66 PONIIM BQtaiHllLE. ....... .:. ...... .$2195t
a million boys this year. small colleges twice during regular let from the whole team which BRIM ... ?. ... .C .... ... .. ._. 4.39eeiNUINI OOOR,,.MTOf IpAMD.WITH EQUIPMENT AIR CONM-
The 12 national finallsts-slz season contest. united to upset Florida AIM

each from, the NFL East*". managed to come back andpush Watch LOBSTERS,FLORIDA 64 FORD F1 500 ... .. ........ .$ !995 ;
.
.
their team victory while stopping . Lb. $1.10TWIN 4 DOOR V8. RADIO HEATER' SHARP,

i David Steward Displays FormATLANTA the high scoring Wildcats. this Clown IMCIAk 63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT .. .. ... ... ..... .$ 795
Johnny Allan r f 1lethune one nf LOCAL CAUGHT WHITING 2 DOOR H'TOP',AUTOMATIC, RADIO AND MtATIR'

r the outstanding playori'la the 31-52-21' LARGE ROE MULLET LB. 35e 57 FORD .... .. .$$95 60 RAMBLER.. $195
Cltsslc, was high scorer with
80 points scoring 41 and 39 is'49' II FRESH STEAK FISH ? . .LB. 89c OVER 100 CARS! TO CHOOSE FROM

respectively Walter Johnson Wt Tab Dealt
CLAW MUT ,SUICUBS. Where Others Retutt
Fort Valley followed with a 72 9 1 FANCY LIVING Credit Approved On !
$100 4 WHITI MIA? Slit Spot
point total. ,DOZ. LUMP .:.51.00; :
,1'
Fort Valley won the consolation 4. 1 .
1 J '
game over Florida AIM '. SPECKLED TROUT .Lb. 59c R. S. EVANS3rd
University 93-80 after losing 2 1
their opener to Bethune 10596. ,--r YELLOW MULLET ROE Lb. 89c

rb11JLI,1L* Fort.Valley virtually led all(the SPECIAL WHITE MULLET ROE LB .49c ft MAINEL
'way as the Rattlers could not 35 59- 94
keep a scoring drive going for CATFISH . .'. Lb. 65t 4.8381 OPEN TILL.'9:30 P.M. EL 44382
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3218
any length of time. The close of 66 .

the game brought about at least Sometimes He's UpSomelme.

8 technical fouls called on He's Down fie AddsSubtracts I
,
'
AIM'S coach and bench for bar- He workdsjt all around.13331S. e : L
With insurance.
.
rasing the refe es that started .
with a call that sent their big .
nr center to the sidelines for the it's having every available policy, t

allotted number of fouls. Fort' .COMING AT'RACTlONS' then the ,a:
Valley made good of three of picking one ..
<

those The fouls.Third All-Classic team I? J9, 278MAN'S that suits your client best." .. ;. tA ,

Included David Wright Florida :
AIM;Walter Johnson,Fort ValSpringfield's -, DAYSNUMBERED '
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C 'l' ," '
With gins..it's what :

GAv-Oavld Steward of Jacksonville displays the .
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passing form he used in the 13-year-old class in Ford's Punt Numberei4 suits your taste best. I pickedGordon's. r .
f.Jhili ,
Pass and Kick area competition here yesterday Oavldwbo : Days are
lives at 1407 W. 31st Street was sponsored in the contest by Mayor Foretells Health and Fortune Can Be", I find it smoother, \
Lmcb-Daridson Motors of Jacksonville Although be did Dot Yours When You Know You?

win in his age group he will keep the Junto NFL uniform he I rfuckv Dan drier, and a great mixer. W ,, .i

wore during the competition Victories
More tacky Colors, etc. Senders Stont. President of Senders Stone Inc.It among the tan top Insurance

'Jackson State Send $2.00 for your salesmen In the country. Active In community housing he .was. Ohio ,.
Basketball
Schedule NASHVILLE The prevailing
: Horoscope Guide tor representative to the last Senior,Citlien't Conference Washington D C.
will "
view Is that more Negroes < '
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HOME AND AWAY GAMES be elected to top offices within Ts > ."Li.lJJ 1'J ,,
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Dec. 22 Tougaloo College ........,.......................... Canton too next few years, and no less PECEMBER"toill >';, ,, /. i'a ? .;'M : _
Dec. 28 Philander Smith College ....__...... MerldlW) an authority than Springfield ,:"

Dec.. 29-Philander Smith College >............_.......Cleveland, (Ohio) Mayor Robert C. Henry in the blank beInW'and''mail

Jan. 8-Alcorn AIM College.._........tm......._.m There' subscribes to that Idea. to ZODIAC, Post OrJlcek

,Jan. 8-Grambllng College ........_.._.._._.......There Speaking before a local audience ,Box 1171 Jacksonville, FlaTNAME

Jan,'11-Texas Southern University .....?.?...???.... Here recently Mayor Henry ,
Jan. 13-Prairie View College _....__ww..... Here reminisced, "I stood along for i 4s

Jan. 15 Southern University... ..._....__.......There while (but) now there ar'P'Ialt STREET I i
"Jan: 18 Southern University MMM.MnMJan. _.._ Coliseum a down Negro mayors." PATE pF: BIRTH 74JI; .'''Yv

22 Mississippi Valley State College _.N..N There
/Jan. 27 Arkansas AM ft N College nn..__ ColIseum -T' ?

'Jan. 29 Wiley College ......___..__m...._ Here Auto InsuranceLow

i*Feb. 3 Wfley College ..........__...................- There

Feb. S Arkansas AM&N College _?........_....... There,
*Feb 10 Prairie View College._._._............ There Rates

I Feb. 12 Texas Southern University ................... There
.
Feb. 17 Alcoa AIM College ._...?..._?......... Here

*Feb, 19 Grambllng College ......................:...... Here ,Easy Monthly Payments
Patti 22-23-24 S.W.A.C. TOURNAMENT... Pine Bluff,Art

.Mar. 8-11 N.AJU. TOURNAMENT......Kansas City, Mo. SR-22 Filings
Southwestern Conference Game ORD011


.Small College Honorees AFCA' ROBERT TRAVIS I I.i ,


Lists, Name Two FAMU Stars: 1 ouParcordlan

DURHAM, N.C/-A high-scoring backfield and two players isuciitis, lie. .'.
asr d n L0dorb En.I nd a P69. .
from Florida AIM featuredtheSmaa College An-Amerlcan. ;
football team, according to the American Football Coaches 'bl 1 ETfch Street Room 10, Collier. Mdt. Turf Ke the bgpat=0 Enyl nd Amurke and'mm world esi w

Association .UBS Edgewood Avenue S. ,, 089-3483 Pgeecl aaa IGOUIUTW sins DII1Wt P'IOIII PMI..PIIOOr.toaOOII'IDI'I'".W..UD..ou."l

The JAM players are end John Fame and defensive back' (483 Roonevelt Bird. 4388-4583. \ ,\ f' i

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Press International ease f
,reveals that the anti-Integra-.I
tlon state ol Louisiana has hirrt ) & Its first Negro state troops
We wish you all 'sine Reconstructloo days. rr
Ernest'MarceUe. Jr., SI, <4 r:
the gift of joy New Orleans once a head clerl k _

i this .Christmas.! panels at a New the Orleans man. He aircraft has served corn i t _
part-time on special assignments
TIP TOP LIQUORS for the New Orleani
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police departmenifor about foui
919 .Davis years.ofu .
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Then, founder and chairman of the board of tM OIC; Tnatcber.Longstreth -; Officials of tb* Opportunities IndustrlaUndon Center and tile
an official of the Cha 4ber of Commerce City r '"Cull Oil, CorporaUonareskcwnhereannounclngtbebeglnnlngof
Councilmanelect; E.F. Jacobs, Eastern Marketing Region a partnership between OIC and Gulf In Philadelphia OIC has
\ vice-president, Gulf; and Rev.Thomas J.Ritter,Executive Director 'become a Gulf dealer In a station which will be operated as a I
.of the Philadelphia OIC. The glasses themes are bolding Skill Training Center. on/left are Roy E. Kohler, manager,
'are holding are some of the thousands given away as souvenirs special projects, Gulf Public Relation;Rev. Dr. Leon H.Sui-
to patrons of the new station

> '" I :i Vietnam Beret-
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if !
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a Gn
r11 % > last member of a small,
,, Green Beret Is coming
f .-alone.
i" '1 r"i 4 / : Sgt WIUU Stallworth,
;as the Black Charger has
4 : to call Its quits In Viet-
after six years' service
KINGS the UjS.$pecial Forces.
LIQURS last year in the war-torn
I "The Southside Bar" I will be up Feb. 5 and .....
: Is hoping be will make It

|2103 Phillips Hghwy. Phone 359-3913| J that date is unscathed the only member* -
his 10-man unit who hastff
Announcing The Return Of 1 killed or wounded.
the peace and joy of 'I can't help having a funny
I ."be said. "When we all: ...'
Christmas abide with you. JOHN HARDICK ( out together,' I neveH
Pd be left here by my-'
Your Genial, Host | -- very last."
J967ROOSEVELT Los Angeles resident, he
,,' WITH that his decision to come
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GRILL Susie Mail Eunice Harrell .
Viola Stallworth,who ob

< 8I6 W Ashley Phone 354-9349 L Ellen Williams! Sam Schneider j S : ; to the the Vietnam idea of tour his ex.by-

)!M) )- ..-'- -?Wia'YWHy ........ six months.
34, Stallworth has spent
years in uniform--nine-vof
.in the Marine! corps.

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CIVIL. RIGHTS Kappas Plan Xmas D.lceI' former Model THE POKER OF PRAYER


Roundup .'' htrTh :? Likes Teaching HELP'CHILDREN? Or has DO God YOU given NEED yea ,
In
4 I everything you need. any
: aaa case, write me, The man who
By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL i / (I knows all
things are possible
..... History Course {Iwlth God. Write your wishes to

JI\ GREENSBORO, N. Chen me. God'speessagelafr.e.Send
REPENTANCE Jan Carter walked into theclassrna (only 10 cents for postage,
at AlT State University ,
MILWAtnCEE-NPl-Tht) former leader of "white power" she bad W. C.Servlc., Box 4944.
Jut fan, apro-
TOO 1IW'cbe4lnto Nell'onelctborhoodaburepentedofhls ways She didn't look old enough Detroit, Michigan 48204.
sad decided to become a fair-bousing advocate Instead. Wtl- blem.
Jam Flessas, who used to bead the "White Power Rangers," to be a college teacher.
rt To solve her dilemma, the
the Common Council
Hid be wouldlflSfor) on an open-occupancy
model (33-22-
platform. "Human beings, no matter what their color, bare aright shapely former WINS A
lengthened PRffBLEM
hair
to lire wherever they want," be said. S3)) put her up
her skirts and added a few other
CLOSING dWa touches to look matronly like. EVERT ,PAY .OF
a "I did that for about a week,"
ANGELES-Npr>-'Black doors to white
LOST are closing >[ 'i I
taa Carter "but than
Idealists" in Negro treasaccording to President Johnson's said Miss YOUR LIFE
tortured stockings -
to
Ptlllp Bobbltt, a volunteer In the Volunteers In Service went back my
nephew Many
and boots. After all, students one* the*
to America (VBTA) program. He referred especially to should relies that to bean I ire understood.Let me try to
his experience in working with poor people In Los Angeles' elp yon with
don't hare your Personal
Venice district, where be said black people are ''alienated'ud aa T r if, instructor, you Problems. Confidential Air
certain
to look a way.
angry A ,. vail 25 postage to this country

CENTER OPENED ,FOR KEN ANB WOMEN
r OMEGA
JACKSON, Miss. (NPI>-An Emergency Relief Fund center r 1 OF ALL AGESTakettewQfPROVED Dept: FSN
has been opened In this city u part of an effort tp see that the NATURE1 Box 29, MulEenburg. C.F
poor are properly, !! served by the federal stamp program. Two TABLETS for that tired run Sopth AfricaSchenley.
otter such centers will be opened later Mississippi, according town feeling that keeps you from
to Roy Wilkins, NAACPexecutlv*director,Under the stamp L'II mjoylnglife.
program, 50 cents buys $11.50 worth of food. 100 Tablets $3.00,200 Tablets f '

INTEGRATED I &00. $1.00 deposits oneo.d.'s. .. ,

of i\PIRS PRODUCTS A SALES!
BERKELEY, Mo.-(NPI)-Lloyd's Family Inn has agreed to Dept. FS, 5937 HI Broadway! ?always in thecenter ,
terre sersons of all races,the Missouri Commission on Human Chicago, IL 8j'828'
Rights has announced. The eatery decided to Integral after ,
Miss Evelyn H. Roberts, national NAACP board member and i
tIts ,lna Boon administrative secretary, St. Louis NAACP,' :
with the ----- -- -- ISABELLA OF PARIS of
filed complaints commission. As soon as they were -- things
seated, an Inn employee told them he could not serve them, they Above are members of the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of lug vim its program the That's Mel I hue the Amu1 -
charged Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., sponsors of the annual pa Scholarship Dance, the "Kappa Klrssmas Kaper." The affair scope of Members in the are for all the things yon want to do. ,
will begin Christmas night at 10 and will be held In the George H. Williams. Journalist; L.V.Jones, Tice 1PolemarrcL;. Box A 30, $1.00. Satisfaction;
FOR SALE Maxwell Snyder Armory, State and Market. There will be no' ,Polemarch George Ii.Hill;PastStrategus Ehua Tlmmonsr guaranteed or Money back. For
reserved tables, and' concessions will not be premltted. A of the Exchequer William Johnson and John B. ;Keep- Men and Women.P :
INTEGRATED MOTEL & RESTAURANT public concession: stand will ,be anUable.TUj year,In'keep- Chaplain, Darby,Sr., k f -I,
130 S.
; ,O. 901 Dept :
LOCATED AT NORTH CITY LIMITS ON U. S. HIGHWAY -
NEAR PROSPEROUS NEGRO NEIGHBORHOOD. Kappa Scholarship' Winners I FOR SALE I :t Gary Indiana ,,

14 Modern units with T.Y., W.W. Carpets and room phones Clothes and other merchandiseat
40 seat modern restaurant completely equipped./"Setiou lI1- 3 locations For Information
sew of owner forces the sal of this money maker. Land alone Call Johnny's Hotel 3S4-3337. r MOTEL
,!Is worth the asking prlce of$105,000.00.: Downpayment of 333.00C: I s SUMMER RATE
required. Owner will consider trade for real estate.Reply Bob\ CHRISTMAS GREETINGSTo ., 1
U42, Jacksonville 32208. 12 rooms, Private bath >5.QO
I (IB rooms, Seml-prlvat 44.0PAY ) :
all of my relatives, RATE 3.
friends, and acquaintances. Q or S persons) '

Greetings: HOUSE FOR RENT EDGENOOD MOTOR COURTIN'l1w'tEl
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1238 Wlgmor I rm. $1.OOWk. 69U u.s. 1 Cor.Edpyood Ave. q
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If s not ]Just the mistletoe $ Q
1201
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Wlgmor 4 rm. $7.50 Wk. Phone 764-0003 Always Open
or the gifts we spread that 1205 Wlgmor 4 rm. $8.00 Wk.
makes Christmas cheer But
it's the hallowed Joy of FREE FIRE WOOD NEED HELP?
;rat a friendship we share thru
Kappa Scholarship Winoerr nr W7, are, left to right. Eddie each changlnlJear. Jacksonville Box & Woodwork The Power Of Prayer
1.. Faulk (Florida A4M), James Harrington Darby (More- Comapny, SOU Buffalo Ave.,
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