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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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 30, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00492

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leaders of all faiths and races.
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The terrorism is said to be
an upshot of the conviction of Core Invitedto Dreyfus Co. I
seven Kluxers on charges ofcoosQlrac Miamian Commits
in the 1964 slaying '
Join March Was Biased
of three civil rights workers. ,
Sine then, Rabbi Perry E. Suicide
Mussbaum's house, along with NAACP Ignored Murder Say Victers .
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h1Il11&rorue. Beth Tempi Israel -

has been bombed. Now, d (
be and his family must live under !'Ktw'YOaiC--Dr.Martin MIAMl-The final act of a pre-Chrlatmaetragedylibeing performed WASHINGTON, D. C. Three
the constant protection of Luther King's announcement this week-end with the burial of a wife and her husband Negroes, former employees of
police or the FBI. of,a civil disobedience campaign who were the victims of murder and suicide, respectively. a Louis Drefus Corporation
Despite a $50,000 reward, has drawn are from Dr. services scheduled Kenneth Jones said the couple facility In Pascagoula beellpad$3oooafter Mississippi
Funderal were -
posted bycityoflclalsandbusly John A. Morsell, NAACP assistant bad been feuding for some have I
newsmen, the bombers still 31 pP executive director.Dr. for Mrs. Beverly Bridges complaining to the governmentof
time. He said last Friday.Dec
T ua at tp.m.
Walker for Friday being fired on racial grounds.
the
haven't been caught.Another Morsel predicted that Walker flag
22 about 9:30
: p.m.
at Mt. Tabor Baptist The firm
signed an agreement
clergyman who has protest would lead to violence
down his wife's cdr'at 69th
ged
Church and the last rites for with the Departments of Labor
been a victim of Klan terror Is and repressive measures. St. and 17th Ave.
the Rev Allen J. Johnson, a '1 don't think you can pres- her estranged husband, Albert Mrs. Walker got out of the car and Agriculture to pay the three
Walker were set for Saturday ex-employees after a Federal
Laurel Negro resident The down in
e sake Congress by sitting and started to run along 69th
White Knights of the Ku Klux Miami 'Congressional offices or by t p.m. at Temple Baptist St. with her husband In investigation of: their complaint
hptpurj ,
Klaa. Implicated In the civil rrjtlng disturbances or by).Interfering Church ,of discriminatory discharge.
t,f. suit. He is reported td nave 1
The 23-yMt-old woman died The three men, one of whom Is
rights slaylngs have their with the Dow of traffic caught( up with her after a two-
Friday night December 21 asa a local NAACP and Mississippi
headquarters: In that city. be said. !think the results block chase. "
result of a gun shot In the Freedom Democratic Party official -
'A blast also has damaged the are more likely to be just theapposite. Police said then pumped a
head, allegedly Inflicted by her worked at a grain elevator -
home of Robert B. Kochtttzky, r- bullet from a .25-caliber auto- .
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husband, Alfred Walker a operated by the Dreyfus
a white Methodist lay leader of The disobedience, Dr.Morsel matic pistol into his estranged
Jackson, who helped organize said, "would be met with as Insurrection former teach at Orchard Villa wife's head.After delivering firm, a government con ,
Uvedat
the Committee of Concern. His andput down as such. ,Elementary School who tractor.
he
fatal shot to the woman pro
: 3295 NW 63rd St. She lived All three are now employed by
group has raised funds to help That would lead to violence. mised to"love,honor and obey"Walker i
rebuild 50 Negroes church _k At the same time the NAACP U1224NWS2ndSt. reportedly placed the another government contractor I

bombed during 196465. Timmy Fact, I95j March of Dime Poster Child, thank District of Columbia Mayor Walter < leader said his organization Miami Homoclda Detective same gun against his own bead at higher salaries.
The Klansmen had special reason not at odds with Dr. King or his The $3,000 paid to the workers
Wellington for supporting the March of Dimes campaign. Funds raised will aid the 250, GainesvilleNegroes and pulled the trigger.
to bomb the home ofthe Rev. 000 children born annually with birth defects in the United States. Timmy represents the Southern Christian Leadership He was taked to Jackson Me- if meant to cover the amount
Delmar Dennis 27- year-old children who depend on your March of Dimes contributions needed medical assistance. conference. morial Hospital where doctors salary they lost because of their.
former member of their group This is "just a case where I Are made a desperate effort to save .discharge said Edward C. Syl
and a Methodist minister. He don't think we would go along," his life. Walker died the next vester, Jr., director of: the La-;
testified against them at the be added. 'bor Department's Office of Federal -; ,
Dec. 23.
Florida State InvestigatedGAINESVILLE day, Saturday I
conspiracy trial. Immokalee Parents.Can't Dr. Morsel didn't have to Contract Compliance

Rev. Dennis was asleep when Athlete worry about whether to go along And
LBJ
Us widow was shattered next to Signs with the effort to "dislocate"the Two Negroes, ___Air Force _Tops_ 1
his bed. He was uninjured by MIAKt-Florida State University nation's capital.His organisation irvin Dawkins and Mrs. Ca- Ff
the load of buckshot fired Into signed another Negro Afford Food had not been Invited. rol Thomas,were arrested here 5.j
his borne. high star to football But the Student Nonviolent Coordinating recently and charged with con- -
The harried minister said be Il'ADt t-ink committee has received tempt of court.

has slept with a gun by his bed Calvin Patterson a 5-41,190- a specific invitation from Both had engineered a grand ,Ii Iit'
verynlght since be moved to pound halfback from Palmetto And Pay High Rent Dr. King to join the protest. jury investigation of alleged '
the small community of Walnut High School Dade coach The only condition laid down police misconduct charges.
Grove, from Meridian, signed by FSU assistant was that demonstration participants Bonds wen posted by the two. t'
where the trial was held. Dong Hattoer. Negro babies in the Immokalee, Florida area, children of pledge nonviolence for the According to state Attorney
The men of the cloth were Head coach Bill Peterson Fri migrant workers, are going to school without shoes, physical. duration of the campaign.The T.E.Duncan, Dawkins and Mrs.
aware that "the wages of sin, day broke the school's color condition permitting, are victims of lesions or breaking of: the disobedience! Is designed Thomas are co-authorsanddls-
b death," They were Just hopIng line in football by giving a grantInaid skin, and, In many cases, are worm-infested. This shocking/ to pressure Congress and the tributors of: a pamphlet "Black
that It wouldn't have to be to fullback-scholar Ernest revelation even rivals what workers found In Appalachia or In Administration Into providing V oIc.." which ridiculed the
their deaths. Cook of Father Lopez High the mountainous regions where pellagra Is rampant. "jobs or Income for all," court and the grand jury.

in Daytona Beach. A recent investigation,following thereis abundance In Im- .

"Helping' Others" Says Joshua this complaints"town from, of nowhere"conditions have checks mokalee appear.prices Rumors sour as scents have it Black, "Sweatbox"Prison .. --

brought outthestomach-turning that "much money Is made in President Lyndon B.Johnson briefed on u.s.air operations) ,11
Hillman Is A Information that there Is no Immokalee." over North Vietnam by Colonel Daniel James, Jr., UJS. Air ::1] |
Daily Project water available In many of the The NAACP, through Marvin Force, who has just returned to this country after having< flown '
shanties, sanitation is poor Davies Its Florida Field Director Tour Gets 78 combat missions against the Communists. Colonel James
The name Joshua;widely known Jacksonville buslneis man, children's bellies are distrnd- will bring one of Its who was based in Thailand during his tour In Southeast Asia,
Is synonymous with charity wtm good will, and with concern ed and navels are berniated. national Investigators next will become Vice Commander of the 33rd Tactical Fighter

for the less fortunate, the deprived; and the underprivUedged. Gap; Cassldy of: Fort Myers, year. They will check and verify NAACP Criticisms Wing, Eglln Air Force Base, florida.

Florida Charities, Inc., with neglect and despair. Florida, an attorney with the conditions. Inclusive of pre- PHOTO MADE AT THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, ,
Joshua Hillman at the helm, However Deacon Hillman, South Florida Migrant Legal natal laxity on the part health. nationwide i
Following news of: the "sweatbox" tactics
:and with a consecrated corps pointed in his Interview that Services Inc., said that 2,000 authorities. of the
:of co-workers, Is an organisation -. three major business concerns persons could not be forced to -- ''-- Florida penal system and thethe blistering, positive consluslon of NY Women Educators
United States Negro
Supreme Court I ion
the
system,the NAACP
was
which keeps in mind! the have helped to make his efforts live under worse conditions.
almost eternal needs of others. a success. They have ,been, and This information would never asked to take a segregated tour I of the Ralford Prison.

.Hillman often repeats the famous are still, strong supporters of have come to light except fort Tie NAACPi Field Director convict which, the Court said, Get Top' Jobs At $25,000 Each
saying from one of Shakes the Florida Charities Those e request made by the Board for Florida, sent telegrams to was secured by force.The court
pear'' books: "The evil men companies are J.C. Penny of Inquiry.Into Hunger: and Malnutrition Doyle Conner,agriculture commissioner nullified the confession and returned '
,do lives after them,but the good Sears and Food Fair. In the United States and to Louie Wain- (pie convict to his ear lief NEW YORK The New York City Board of Education has
Is oft Interred with their The most recent, city-wide: with offices in Washington,D..CDavid wright state corrections director status of criminality. promoted two Negro women principals\ to the higher ecboloo
bones." charitable effort, by Hillman, Hearn, board cochairman I asking for permission to Davies, In his response to tied positions of Assistant Superintendents over districts. Mrs
visit tc distribution of statement the tour planned for the Henrietta Parcel, principal of PS 21, Is now assistant superintendent -
HUman. in a special was the more has Issued a Join refusal, of the director asked
the Florida Star, emphasizedthat than cm hundred Christmas reading "Evidence of poverty prison earlier In the week for "Is an official of the NIACP a of District 13 In the Bedford-Stuvesant and Brooklyn
in a country where there Baskets to needy families.Many poor nutrition and parasitic newsmen and legislators.Wainwrlght figure of: less stature than the Hleghts areas. Mrs. Edythe J. Gaines will become Assistant
Is an abundance wealth,there families would have been without disease affect various a- hedged,say Ing that press and public officials Superintendent In School District l2rThe
Is sleoatragicallylupamount the traditional trimmings gricultural workers" was be could not change the plan Davies revealed that more promotions were approved graduate of Hunter! College and
Of Sorrow.HIS tnmanHarypgni| of the season bad tt not been for found. of the tour as to members"He than half of the the death row at a public hearing, following holds the Bachelor of Laws ,
.is, therefore based on the promise the Florida Charities, be. These migrant workers art lr would, be said, be "glad to set Inmates are Negroes nomination by the Superintendent degree from Fordham. Mrs. ,
that we must help, continually More than $5,000 went toward bundled into trucks and go to r up a tour for Davies and Rev. of Schools Dr. Bernard E. Percell has alsostudledatYeaI I i;
help. the holiday helping\ of the needy toil all day In the temate Joel Atkins of Winter Raven, CouncilmanJohnson Donovan. Both have bad Illustrious bin University Mrs. Pencil ,

Said Human a deacon, "The this year. The main office of fields, and on cucraber.water?, MARVIN DAVIES state president for Thursdayor Is careers with the city. played an Important role In the
needy Individuals and families this fine organization 1117 melon and pepper fume"They, NAACP Florida Field DIreCtor for an afternoon. Mrs Pence Is a former consultant first reading clinic.
.often described, but never met North Myrtle. Deacon Huloan according to releases have Marvin Davies Is spearheading Davies and the NAACP refused Unit Choice educational matters in Mrs. Lila Braraw n, who took
by our upper level society,are lekt us with the thought that been persuaded to believe that a the Investigation of the contending that such t several states, coordinator of over from Mrs. Gales,Is likewise ,
persons seen and unseen sometimes every day' by as In oar varied walks and that "It is more blessed togive per day. On the other band, the mokalee, temporary horns of the Image of the penal'. wa appointed recently: by Mi- Promotional Seminar of 1964 Assistant Sn rlE* ndentln
.of life It must and Is a great than to receive! truth of the matter M.JOt'tO be migrant workers, where homes Institutions In the state." yor Hans G. Tanzter Jr.?to and ,))965 and Is widely known, New York receives $24,940 par
feeling to experience love, that $( tollOwouldbeseorrect lack sanitation, children anbuu.jry Walnwrlght planned the tour membership on bin special: ,u a speaker and advisor on year. A principal of junior high
prosperity, warmth and knowledge estimate, even with two members and worm-Infested, after the High Court lashed out committee on consolidation matters of: education. She Is a schools receives $19,565.
cI people who know and of the family working prices sir with the appear, against "barbarism" and the The committee will concern Itself t* *
care for yon. But, to the poor IiiII1 "The workers are discour axe at checks, and parents are. "sweatbox" the latter mesas, with transition by the citygovernment !,
and to the needy the only feelings aged-further said Cassidy. becoming nor and more discouraged. smelling d the Dark Ages, for Into the complete Ili @!I! 1PN.y;
are UMM of loneliness. And yet In nearby Naples,ria.I ., securing a confession from A consolidation of government. -- -






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NEWS THtHEUMCHOLYMWSHALTEK THE PROUD HANS Cl/R.SE .WmTJfSYM. YOUNG JR,

Published br the Florida Star Publishing Company! :__ ;.:'.v, We proposed in a recent articieth the core of the Negro's
Problem" llei In the rf communtty.Wt pro-
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major thrust .
_
pond turther Out the of the civil tIghts mov
'merit must be directed toward solutions of this problem,
MEMBER :: understandable and normalle. b Dart KM

i..t.. i civil The rights reasons movement are ; developed u a reaction

... what DuBois and others considered the
against
NEGRO PKERNATIONAL accomodatlon and "Uncle Toralsm" of Booker

T.Washington Given the public humiliation III i igiven
which was the Negro's daily diet, the abolition
of such humiliation-toe abolition segregation
ERIC I. SIMPSIN -- Miiiiiu EditirIILIA and the establishment of civil rights-had to be
the decisive ract Is tile
/ top priority. Precisely because:
history of the Negro-American was his Inequality before the law,,
IOWN -- Circilitiii Mniiir -r' he had no choice but to make equality before the law his first

1 the reasons were Inescapable as well as understandbK !-
&t the results ue Intellectually and socially debIlitating
2323 Moicriif had Mm Elfii 4.1112 j ;p"IW Because Negroes had no choice but to live In all-Negro neighborhoods -

attend all-Negro ?schools, Join U-Negro churches
Hiiliii Hitiii ) and clubs, Negro leaders became trapped Into rhetoric and a
j t' t1 logic whose basic premise was that AII-Negio-lnstltutlon Is
'
P.1. III 591 licksntllli, Florida 32211 per se degardlng. They found themselves there fore, unableto
argue simultaneously against Jim Crow and for the importance -
of Improving the Negro community. The result,
OFFICE
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In turn, has been that too many Negroes, trapped Into the
ghetto, became convinced that their leaders, far from trying
Phone 151.3819 to help them were merely thrylng to escape from being
SUBSCRIPTION RATES black. They were and are wrong. But the fact that they
Irrelevant The between the' civil rights
Is
gap
One Year, $8.00 Half Year, $5,00 are wrong
leaders and the randk and file trapped In the ghetto became
I Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States and remain dangerously wide.

Subscription payable in advance The question that Negroes must now face for only Negroes -
I
! Send Checl or Money order to: can find or develop the answers- Is what do Negro

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 community and the all-Negro churches, fraternal orders,
and other Institutions\ ? Does It require the redistribution of
Jacksonville 1 Florida
the Negro population more or less evenly throughout the
white community? Or Is Integration compatible; with the
perpetuation of a distinctly Negro community?Is perpetuation

Deafness Dotnl Hive To Be A Handicap LEGISLATIVE INHUMANITY! desirable or simply Inevitable? What attributes'? of the Negro -
community are Important preserve Should Negroeswho
deaf move Into previously all-white neighborhoods be congratulated -
Charles D. Sullivan, since he was -
--
----------------------------- condemned? Is all-Negro neighborhood necessarily -
12 old turned his tragedy intoan or an
years ,
asset. a ghetto? Is all all-Negro neighborhood school

The boy's loss. of hearing was sudden. r \. necessarily The answers Inferior are by? no means obvious;.they-require careful -
There was nothing to which his parents or I : YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE "t thinking through of what It means to be a Negro In the

himself could make a gradual adjustment.He United States, and of the ways In which Negroes can best
was sent to a school for the deaf, where relate to whitesandto each other. The thinking through
social adjustment was well-nigh impossiblebut Is long overdue. Because achievements integration always
came through with flying colors sometime I GUIDE 'I II seems so far awar, Negroes have given too little thoughtto
afterwards. j what they actually mean by the termto what kind of relationships -
they really want with whites and equally
Although deaf, his educational history
I important, with other Negroes. .,
included in school for the
a period a
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER : ,. This is not to suggest any easy parallels between the tt-
deaf, then a public school, and he went on ," I perlence of Negroes and of the various .European ethnic

to graduate from a university. groups. There are parallels but there are important dUfe.4tencesr
This man is presently working for an, 1 as well. It Is Infinitely harder for white Americans to

electronics firm and has a position of I WHICH. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS accept the fact of color than it was for their father or grand
Group Leader in an engineering checking I father to accept the fact of ethnic differences. And It Is vastly

group. His job Includes verifylngthe j ; FOR harder for Negro americans to come to grips with their 1taiIa -
'the accuracy of all design drawings beforethey 1 ness. (The violent feelings that surround the terms ":kgrovs

are sent production. He is not = Black" are proof enough of than) For Negroes are both
alone, because d&11y.he comes in contact I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL more of an ethnic group and less: on the one hand, their color
makes Negroes far more Identifiable than any other ethnic
with 150 draftsmen designers engineers,
,
I group; on the other hand, Negroes lack the common historyand
and other group leaders, and he gets along ._ 1
J------------ --- ------ ---- -;.- cultural traditions which members of an ethnic group
well. share by virtue of having brought them to this country.
What to some people would be an insur- ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN For the overwhelming probability Is that during this generation -

mountable obstacle, Charles D. Sullivan at least,.most Negroes will live most of their lives with
turned it into vocational success BORN MACH BORN JUNE < BORN SEPT. BORN DEC., other Negroes, I.E. In predominantly Negro communities.: This

t9th Is so, I submit for two reasons. One Is the enduring racismof
,21J .PIll 19th 22ld JULY 22id 23rd OCT. 23rdBe 22id IAN. white society which now accpets the Idea of Negroes work-
of
Good Mediclne'lMedicine Don't make it worse.The mat- Question everything Most ing and eating next to whites, but which still resists sometimes -
Is Physician Shortage adroit. The problem that is and
Ifs maddening. Every worries complications
yearit ter on your mind or conscienceis the through violence, sometimes through 1&btthe Idea
appears to be the same.There truly baffling. It will com- weighing most on your mind is false Information that have been of Negroes living next door to them. The other reason, equally
are so many people to remember especially vexing during tins forseen for this month are due Is that If the
in this nation has failed in plicate rather than help matters Important experience of other ethnic groups
will have to
that it has tolerated ; and It is so costlyto to turn emotional to put up good quarter. But you to come during this rather trying Is all relevant and if the current mood of the ghetto Is more
a shortage without do so with finesse, that you money after bad, or to take any face It, and"taking a trip somewhere third gainful than a passing whim-- a substantial proportion of Negroes,
becoming alarmed to great degree. For else to It Just ndephysical well-
any may find it very difficult to escape endeavors a
kind or a risk that could threaten even then they have freedom of choice, will choose to live
example, the only doctor in Groveland, work things out If owork tt your good name. The specu- won't work. In fact, this Is not a being are of great Improtance in predominantly Negro communities Most other ethnic
Texas, has been discovered a fake and lucky enough to have a matE lation fever may also be running good day to travel for any reason to you. They should not be plac- groups after all, have chosen substantial measure of self-se
Imposter. His history includes ,bank rob- or other charitable counselorto high and Immediate stops should whatsoever,unless circumstances ed In Jeopardy for any reason gregation.

bery and a term In prison, for he is, an provide Ideas, or even to be taken before it reaches the .dictate otherwise.attachments Sud- whatsoever. Come closer to AnJ so the unanswered question-to some extent, the unasked
ez-convict.. undertake the more difficult dangerous level Do not allow den emotional flareups- your chose partner and avoid question whether Negroes can devlope a sense of communityand
One would have thought that the people of task of selecting'and buyingyou the excuse of being too busy may be as shortlived getting involved in emotional identity on some basis other than Implacable hatred of
Speculation -
exciting monetary
would be unwise in not to prevent from giving the as they are attachments or everything that Is white. The answer must be If cities
you our
the town would be glad to see him go, but and extragant ways shouldbe with friends and yes
turning the to operations
over Job them.
In to survlce if
are Nation
younger people your charge our Is to survive.
he was the only doctor the, .town had ever avoided on these days. strangers alike. These are the
8.10-55.15.872 the affection and attention they
had. require to keep them Interested 1908813513SCORPIO three days that may be termedmost
During his stay in the town, the fake TAURUS and away from mischief or ad unreliable and unseftihg Greater Injustice RectifiedA
doctor won some friends, and the majorityof company. for Caprlcornians woo abandon
citizens worshipped him The town's BORN APRIL their highest ideals for the sake Tennessee man. a Washington County' resident -

newspaper editor said, lie sounded like MAY 20th 570.2215857LEO BORN OCT. of monetary gains pleasures.. has just finished more than year's
he newk what he was talking about. 20th 3.805517.429AQUARIUS sentence in prispn on a false charge of
The medical imposter was arrested and Show good taste. Gift! giving 24th'NOY. 22id Incest with his 13-year-old daughter.The .

will be tried for practicing medicine can haw the opposite effect Ifs vexing. Now that every man is being released upon the orderof
without a license, or on forged license. than the one intended when it BORN JULYZ3rd.AUG. things seems to be going your Governor of Tennessee. He had been the

One of the factors making it easy for appears overly obvious expensive that presentsare and Just way ft would stand to reason BORN JAN. victim of hate of his wife, who coercedher
22ad that everything seems to be
phonies to doctorsis young son and the daughger to make the
pass themselves.ott as for show. This also can embarrass going it would standto 20th FEB. 18th
the extreme need for doctors in the the one who receives lL'. asking for It. There maybe reason you that way everyone imbued dastardly charge against their father..

.smaller towns and ,rural areas. them,,and who thereby feels much more than meets the with the spirit of good willrAnd With a smile. Of course one Since the man was sentenced, the daugh-
obllcate'd reciprocate at considerable eye insofar as your private life for there are posslblltles of monetary runs 'Into.aggravating people ter lived for a time \ with her maternal
should and Interest And when the and circumstances almost
This
exlense. go.
setbacks, family quar grandparents. She later joined the church
'be the thought that preoccupiesmost one to whom such a situationmay very, day. This Is especially
Highways Rival War In CasualtiesA rels and misunderstanding bet- and made "an honest confession" about
of you when you\ are out suspect decides that it is ween friends. Avoid exposing true now because so many are her father's innocence.The
.
shopping and maklnrotller yuletide time to ferret out your secrets overworked and simply tired
to cold
statistical report stated that since yourself though over
preparations People higher and does the result of the ensuing work of disregard inclement 'out. Whenever youfeel the blood innocent man must be bitter, and now
January, 1961, about 15,265 American upare apt to be bellige friction could reach point weather. And If someone o is asking pressure rising somewhat too he will return to society and live down

people have been killed in combat in rent'and ready to find fault ct the unptedlcatabie after, you for a loan or financial rapidly, go over these reasonsIn this horrible and blighted period of his

South Vietnam. with you should they discover math. Of course., you Leos who assistance td back a glamrous your mind. This may enable life.
Maybe we can use this figure for a com- anything they disapprove of In are purely homebodies and who sounding venture,you,had better you to cool off: before cutting: We hope that no wife who reads this story
parison to emphasize another very serious your private life Restrain you- have dedicated your hearts and go Into it throughly before you retorts are exchange. This admonition will ever let her hate motivate her to doa
problem which existed in this country dur- self when you feel that tem- .devotion to your love ones, commits yourself or your re- applies at home, too, similar thing. If so God have
mercy
ing ,the same period. Alarmingly, 240,000 tatlon Is tugging at your purseor will have nothing of this sort- sources. for It Is not Immune against upon her soul. may
Americans have been killed in automobile heartstrings on the 20th. to worry about friction and dissension.
6S -18 Z411
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accidents.This is serious indictment upon the Amer- e-ZO-44.19-954 7 0U11303 SAGITTARUSBORN 9-80-33-18-788 Young Men Must Keep Record Clear

ican people and the careless way they GEMINI Negroes have outstanding records in

risk their lives on our streets and high- VIRGO NOV. PISCES all of the wars of the United States, and
There are factors contributingto BORN MAY
ways. many '
they must not
now spoil this record because -
this problem, but the greatest one is 21st JUNE 21st BORN AUG. 23rd DEC. 21st BORN FEB. Black Power leaders urge them to refuse -

'speed with carelessness and irresponsibility .lrs a,mix up.Matters t that have SEPT. had Show the way. If yon are able Uth MAR. 20th to serve in the Vietnam War.
running second. 23rd
to do with health, residence province to point out to the youth The obigation to serve in the Vietnam
Some of the youths who are making head- employment, domestic and pub- Be! cool the dial strain could of today which: is the right Now-what? You\ are not the only; War is as great as it was during the revolution -
lines in the portest against the Vietnamwar lic relations are so mixed up be increasingly felt and dis road to follow yon would be remiss one who may think that you are of the colonies, the civil war
night find 'fertile field' by taking and intertwined that It may take turb your nervous systemwheu la your duty not to do so.It in disfavor with the mighty Pen: Spanish-American War in 1918 in 1941.
part In' a program designed to save the .too wizard to unscramble them you fall to take due note of It. seems as if you have much more wets that direct our fortunes.IT' Our young'men to color have or
,lives of people on our superhighways.This your first precaution Is to remain Your Job domestic obligations to contribute In the way of as- seems as awe nave to pass duty as much a patriotic
J cool and collected. The or other heavy burdens vice or sterling examples than regular tests furthering the coil now as they did in any other
next'one is to make sure you in-1, impost a steady can drain verywen you may realise. Do not allow of our'existence, Just to make miliraty conflict involving the United
"teror t events yourself to be discouraged by sure that we are not rJtt1Dllort states
and of
correctly vital which
Week In Negro History energy you can
< j avoid following rash advice or ill afford to lose right now. the magnitude- "any tales, or or Indifferent You can be emotionally Modern political societies have evolved

line of conduct. The thought Take all his Into account before the feat of what your friends disturbed and' tighten certain rules of thumb regarding war. In,
that may think As long as art tip inside when open conflict '
you can escape from your you\ commit yourself to you the word of the well-known
Dec. U, U1S American Colonization Society o;- ".iad. troubles by storing ties heavier clear In your own conscience breaks out In your customary: is not to poem, 'There
Dec 28, inn 8. H. Archer, teacher and later pre.uteul, naklng a sudden'departure for matter bow responsibilities promising the no you'go not have to give an accounting environment Something related and die." reason No why; there is but to flo
remuneration
nation
moreboust College, Atlanta, Ga, born in unknown parts* is so tar afield appears to be.Once to anybody. There Is to your career, worldly Inter ,can afford its man-
the
Petersburg Va. of common sense and practical something problematical in ests and close associations Is power luxury of deciding whether it
Dec. 28, 1960Rafer Johnson becomes Olympic decathlon considerations that it by hurdles you manage to get over these your personal and professional grist for the mills of worry. wants to fight or not.
champion.! facing, Issues honestly and you should enjoy a environment that could become Some of you who art led exclusively The Greeks and Romans held patriotism
Dec. 29, 1827 Hiram Revels of Mississippi first Negro squarely that your chance of surcease and the greater personal i' great source of worry and by instinct stand the for one' s country their first and
liberty of duty
VM. senator, was born in North Carolina. winning out improve and you' out action to carry Jei0tcu2hk. Try and dispose best chance of finding your way any youth who dared to shirk ,
Dec. SO, 1873 William J. Trent,Sr., president, Livingstone- gain in stature by Having stood your holiday projects.: *T tt. Then you can relax, out of all your delemmas.Blaster was branded this responsibility -
College, Salisbury.C.,WU born In Charlotte, firmly your partnership bonds.43099M100 traitor to his as a coward and
NCr S-90-77-1J.M9 5-60-22-18-1(0 8-40-77-19-631 country Negro youths must
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Job Corps Offers Great Century Social Club Helps/ Ken Knight Lauded In Daytona :


I Opportunity For YouthsTwo : f kt ; ',,> f:' : '
Outstanding Work
Beach For
local young men, high school dropouts, realize the ad'vangates ., '
and opportunities of the Job Corps. "Ken Knight is a giant in Jacksonville", according to aspeech
''made during recent banquet of the Westside Business
Johnnie Lee Foster 18 who
lives at 1114 Foster ,Lane is !equivalency diploma. ,1 and Professional Club at hometown, Daytona Beach,
1967, be was transferred to where Ken started a broadcast career which has all the tones
home from the Job Corps Center -
Clspus, Randle, Washing (Clearfleld Center.He is now one of a storybook production.
ton has been vliltlng his family of 190 men at this Center taking Knight, t Floridian who made
over the holidays Johnnie Join nine month stafttralnlngcourse good at home, this month celebrated
ed the Job Corps in May of 1967 At the completion of this trainIng Ms sixth year of tele J
six months after he dropped Tim will become a memberof : Yk casting over station WJXT,
of Darnell Cookmaa School in the staff in the capacity of a __ Channel 4 IB Jacksonville He
the ninth grade. At the Center counselor In one of the Job boasts the "Ken Knight Show"
Johnnie has been taking courses Corps center. Tills young teen Sunday mornings In the
to prepare him to obtain his 'Corpsman 'feel" that the Job north Florida area has been %,,
.high school equivalency d:plo-, Corps has pre_.4ted to him an continous one, without a single
'ma. In addition to training in excellent opportunity to finish Interruption.\ Produced by Ken, y
auto mechanics and bartering his high school education and the show features an array of
ha Is a member of the track obtain further training In Psychology 4 l lo musical talent and has maintained
and football team. He also won and grouptherapy.Both a top rating according'
first prize In discus hurling. Corpsmen feel that every young to the Nielson report '
Shortly after be returns to Camp man who has been a drop for The dynamic personality addod '
Clspus, a conservation Center, 3 months or more and feels that another feather to his"success Adrian "Ken" Knight 5
he" anticipates a transfer to an he Is being left out of better cap" recently when he launcheda A charter members of NARK
urban center whore he will undertake Jobs and better opportunitiesshould TV production "Ken Knight an association of independent
a special course in look to the Job Corps. Showcase" .. on WFUA.:-Ty, '"announcers, he has been cited;
Welding. Young men enrolling in the Job Channel 12 Jacksonville shownon \. by the group many times ,
Timothy Bryant 20, till Ea- ,Corps will receive room and e4 Sunday night his pioneer efforts in fort
verson street, Is also home on board and all dental and medical ) Still buskin": in the congratulatory A street In one of
Christmas leave to visit his and !in comment n' the December communities\ l
care at no expense V ''IU' newest \
family, from Clear field Job edition receives $50 a mouth : r TV Anniversary, he looks nltned for him. ( .
Corps Center Clearfleld Utah. for every month be spends In forward to January 1968, the Of all this Ken says,"coramtK\
: of his radio
21st
Tim Is a former New Stanton the Job Corps. anniversary nlcatlon Is a growing indjstryj
High School student. Due to The Corpsman will receive career, a milestone his he debut did not I plan to grow with it." t
forsee during on
economical and scholastic pro skill training, basic educationas
WROD in Beach
blems he dropped out of school well as plsl'al1lld! recreational radio Daytona
j In the tenth gradn December, activities.: At the timed j jt i in January 1946. Regency Theater $
Later he went to Atlanta
I 1966. He worked at two local gradiatlon the Corpsman Is ;; f i Ma ,
restaurants as a Porter for well prepared to enter the laior t: r, and became the first Negro to h i
about 6 months after dropping market. t i vk{ 'Is land a Job as Program Director Opens January 10
out and realizing there was On December 28 and 23: between / '' '', on WERD. H e stayed touryears !Ii
'
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"'' '''I.IIJ.I< ,
little opportunity: for him with 12:00 noon :and: 4 :DO! p,m. This group of young ladies played a prominent part in the 1967 right they ari.Mtnes. Ullle McPherson Annie mil Madison, Armed there Forces before entering. the The Regnecy theater, seating?

no skill and being a dropout, thong grrluuH: .flU be at the Cancer Crusade. These ladles are member of the New Century Mary Cooper, Anna Bell Houston, Mildred Francis, Maybell Ken Is married to the former??, '1,000, will be the newest addition ..
he then Joined the Job Corps. 400 West Ashley, to answer Social and Savings Club. They worked with the Eugene Butler Breedon, president; Rosa Lue Durham mascot tammIe Brown, Freachle Scotto a Jackso"Ulear.bool to the entertainmentagenda -
Tim entered Ft Custer Job any and all Inquires by Interested Branch and sponsored the annual road block for Caner Sunday Rutha Mae Brown, Isabel Cooper, Betty Johnson Blrgtnfa Wti- teacher. "' ,, of Jacksonville. This theater.
Corps Center at Battle Greek, young men who drop- on May 21, at Forty-fleth and Moncreif. They were supervisedby Hams Sarah Smith, Geneva Lunday Thomas Louise Jlles Virginia :flaring attended Hampton Institute open January 18 and Is partof
Michigan, In May of 1967.While ped out of school three or more C.A. Willis an officer of the branch and a board member of Crane, Martha Thomas,Mary Woods,Edith Toston,Louise the huge Regency Square l'l'will j
there he took clerical training months ago. the Duval Unit of the American Cancer Society. From left to Garrney and Coria Brooker. Ken works 'tirelessly .Shopping Center.
and also obtained Us high school promoting local colleges. He The opening was announced t

Successful HELP FIGHT CANCER WITHA received Relations i from citation Bethunt for Public.Cook earlier this week by Bill Bas-
Dropouts ,kln, who has been named
[]! ingBeIs ] man College. It hangs among
by Harvey Garland,
manager
i
:= = ... the more than 200 ward that
"-. r CHECK-UP AND CHECK over the walls of two rooms In State vice-president Theaters. of the Florida

E nest .,..l.lPl .. .....-m.-... J r. 2528: Pa u 1 '51.b... r'ftfthAftft ..n.u.... .. his home ...
Teal St., 35 and Freddie'Mae 8th St., 5l"andDella Mae Me'Daniel. ?
Jameson, 1233 Davis St., 38. 1152 W. 23rd St., 44.
I yp

Leonard Brunner, 5621 Spell- Edward Jones, 1021 Stonewall
..man Rd., 63 and Luelee Hamilton .St., Apt.l 19 and Mary Evelyn
1033 W. 23rd St., 58. Williams, 3013 Moncrlef Rd., ,
17.

,. Louis Cain, Jr., 1044 OakleySt.
., 23 and Christine Carter, John Lewis Morgan, 1266 W.
2415 Katanga Dr., S., 19. 20th St., 24 and Nazola Elizabeth

McDaniel, Florence, Ala.,
Rhudolpb Scott, Jr.,1233 Pow- 20.
hattan St., 30 and Debris Rodgers .
Johnny Hogan 529 W, BeaverSt.
,
1018 Tyler St., 23.
21 and Annette JacksonS29
Ralph Emory Upton, Jr., St. W. Beaver St., 23.

Augustine Fla., 36 and Elizabeth Earl Nathnalel Williams, Jr., I I,
Ruth Funderburk, 1633 San 2050 Jernlgan Rd. 21 and Minnie SAIE ENDS SATURDAY
Johnnie Lee Foster, on the left, and Timothy Bryant, both of ,
Marco Blvd., 24. Jean Mithts 1121 Odessa St.n. .
Jacksonville ,
are definite proof that success come only to those .
who presevere. Both are exemplary young men who did not let George leis Christen i Webster 'N '?i? j r
discouragement get them down. They are top Job Corps Texas, 41 and Janna John Louis Kelly, 762 W.State
trainees and anticipate going higher In the work. They have been Spengler Geiger, Brevard St., 20 and Juanita Lanler,2823 ,
In the city for some time and will be counseling others at the County, Fin, 35. Mars St., 19.
Center today between 12 noon and 4 p.m. The center is locatedat
400 Ashley. Glen Llndon Guynn, Hilliard, Donald Wayne Gore 5954 Old
Fla., 20 and Pamela Gale St. Augustine Rd., zl and tfuth
Howell, 3868 Old Mlddleburg Mllldene Howard, 5101 Colun-: I
Ebenezer. ME Holds Annual Rd., 16.Maurice. bus Ave., 20. .
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Student Day SundayThe Lorin Beal, Gainesville Ernest Ray Whitaker, Randals J l
Fla., and Dorothy Marie Town, Md., 22 and Greta Marie' f- ; k Save over
Annual Student Recognition Day at Ebenezer Methodist Perkins, 1404 Tiber Ave., 20.. Proctor, 2869 Loran Dr., E.,1-; IA I I y -
Church will be observed December 31 during the morning service Proctor, 2869 Loran Dr.,E.,19. 7-'

hour, with the older youth group of the church school in walter Michael Everitt, Pen-, Everett HarrIson 1961 W.llth n
charge sacola, Fla., 22 and Barbara St,18 and Joanne HoUoway,I 563 \\v7 on gift nylon
This special day of recognition will be conducted by the Methodist Jean Rossettl,Hialeah,Fla.,21. W. Beaver St., 16.
Church throughout the nation. This Is done each year at

this time according to Reverend E.W. Newman, pastor of the Lester Allen Rader, 5637 Bishop Johnnie Jerome Thomas, 1308 fashion robes
church and Mrs Fleet H. Alexander, chairman of the commission Lane 18 and Vicki Lynn Johnson St., 19 and Rhonda ,
on education. Cunningham, 2341 Spring Park Elaine Hlghtower,1316 Madison
Highlighting the morning terta tt church school superlnten- Rd., 18. St., 18. Ji.fl't' f :l\
vice will be a debate by sev. dent '
; i4 FEATHER LIGHT
era! of the returning college 'v YET WARMLUSHCOLORSMANYSTYLES;

students. They will degate the
highly religious controversy"God MAIN AND FORSYTH ,
Is Dead". Participantsin

this discussion will Include PAXON CENTER 4sfl l (
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Miss Betty student
Simpson, a h '
at the local Florida Junior College -
I ARLINGTON PLAZA I 550
; James Alford of E.W.C.; '
Miss Mary A. Reed of Clark J,- ,

College; Miss Marilyn ofTuskeegee CEDAR Hill. y, ? I -"
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; James A. Reed of
Columbia University; Benjamin
Bell of Howard University;Miss RIOU1AI1Y If 11]

Stella Ivey of Tuskeegee; Miss e AFTER ,

Linda S.Washington of Bethune- ,
Cookman College and Frank

Emanuel of FAMU. CHRISTMASCLEARANCE i SIIe' !ban .ny.ne of
Other participants on the formal HIM. quDud Ia mg.n,end, GIllyyou'll
program designed for this ) "knew !lh. low sole price yew
observance will include Miss .paid I Pick collared rfyle with pip.
Myra Maxwell, Miss Grace hp.adeppagw.hacalled..q" i
Kelly and MlssXUlda McMillan, i Jock.lIIIlace-fooatInt.( or bow i
all oIFJCandMisslulletHampine trimmed ond-tip Conor ityle. Foly
Byron Britt, EWC; Jackie i Mter fitted) ... fcwd. Soft
ENTIRE STOCKWINTER
Calvin, Miss Mary Williams, REGULAR TO 9.99 REGULAR TO 6.95 .'po....., brlohfe, S, M, L Super
Leon Bland and Bertie J. Roberts ; Carol ...,..qualify...w(he moil
COATS SKIRT SETS PLAYTEX BRAS '
FAMU Warren W. Schell 4" d for your-.yl

Miss Emerson Carolyn Bryan,Holmes m of Hamp and L 20% OffSome $2 & $3 $2.84 to $5.95Your

ton Institute Ronald Sneed of
Claflin; Barbara Hall of Bre- ,Wools, acatetes, favorite styles la this
ward Junior College; Anthony WO Off flannels, etc. group.
Sams, Miss Lollta Calvin, and
Miss Barbara Robinson of Be. O//J/4
thune-Cookman and Miss Anest .Regularly To $9,99DRESSES MEN'S DEPARTMENT REGULAR 69{ PAIRNYLONS Ict
Schell of FIsk.Coordinating. Downtown
WaitiS '
the student recognition :
SPORT SHIRTS
program will be Miss TMe..dk.rwm
Edith Boyd and Rodell F. Roberts $4.69 to $8.69New Regular 2.99 42 rM..d"en.w..mw..I. 1 ,
members of the church pairOur I''
school &culty.James ScheD,Sr. Winter Stock $1.66

A host of colors and fabrics Mock-turtle neck style.. very own seamless. hose. .
Semi Civics !
WHY WAIT USI YOUR CREDIT TO SAVI NOW-JUST SAY "CHARGI ITT
REGULARLY TO 12.99 VALUES TO 18.99 MEN ALL,WEATHER ".. .,
Plan New fall and winter Jo."
Party LADIES ROBES styles. JACKETS'REGULAR .. .-I... .
The Semi-Civic Social' Club 0' .
will hare the annual party Janeeery $7A LADIES HATS $9.99 .- eQ..Qk (N4a1 Philips Iliwiy 5121. JVormindv1'"'. Gateway Shopping
.t-ejo W Plaxl. Blvd.. Ccntrr
3 at the home of Mr. .
$5.94 : .. .: rh.n.3J9.2711 rhon 7U-2J70C I :L: Phon.764.2J6lI
Buster Ford, 938 East Colon.. $3& $4 i I : ,
Gifts will be Mrs. very special group cf fine Wasb/ and wear fabric. Quilt
exchange robes reduced for this event. Tall And Winter .
New Styles Lined. .
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I Jacksonville Churches Prepare For Watchmeeting Services Sunday ; I




Traditional Vigil Stresses Stocking Banquet Festivities ..._ 1


Readiness For 1968 Duties -: :- I


Churches throughout the City of Jacksonville and the unround

ing area will doubtless be crowded Sunday night December SI
These Inspiring services, which begin foj the most part at about

S or 9 p.m., will feature' prayer, singing, testlmonltls, remlniorarw -
**_ nraachinff andsinrfiur.
The Star contacted many of the tor. All choirs, stewardessesand '
ministers of the city in order to church officials are expected 71. W 1T
verify time and agenda. to be in service The
The traditional Watch Meeting ''public is welcome sow derNa

service date Into Chrlstiln his .
tory It Is wither like Thanksgiving Tabernacle Baptist (
nor Christmas It Is unique Services are as usual The

within Itself, for It gives Sunday school opens at9:30wlth
each man and woman, u well'Superintendent C.A. Lawrence
u each child, an opportunity of In charge. The pastor, Rev W.
looking, with decision, toward B.Toung will speak In the
the New Year. It is an historic morning service. AU adlll'
part of the Christmas season. choirs and Usher Board No. 1 .
In some churches communion will serve. Rev. Young will administer (

will be administered. Invitations baptism after service "'-..
will be extended ministers in the morning. All candidates
for new members and for should see Mrs. H.M.Lawrence "
restoration of members not in and' Mrs.' Sarah Watts. Tea : 4Llw

regular attendance.The chers' meeting is every Saturday r 7 ut ;

local Jacksonville resident at 8 p.m.Friendly. ,..-wA, _a' ... _Y-'
has, then,a carted choice ..
,for Watch Meeting. For, there Westside "
will be thousands who will want .) '
to be In church when the bells ;, ,,- ii'fr!
strike Twelve. Churches and Ushers In MeetingThe '

I plans are given here. ,) ., ....... _
revival hour of the Friendly Every year the Baptist Ministers' Wives Alliance gives its traditional, and certainly, unique;- Barnes. Unwrapping gifts is always a'fan festival The president's Christmas message is a

New ML Olive Westslde Ushers' Union will Stocking Banquet Festivities Include singing, scripture, Rev. A.Odom,prayer, Rev. D.B. must. Mrs.B.WWi Manus.The pictures reflect the enjoyment the members and friends receiveat I
The annual watch meeting win meet Sunday, December Jl, at this annual affair.Bob Smith Photos.
begin at II p.m.,following the regular the Mt, Ararat Baptist Church __
services. Choir No. 1, 2, The Rev. Dallas Graham will be n
1 and the Gospel chorus will host pastor. All are invited.The Red Letter Day Primitive Churches
Enancipation Baptist Paul Robeson Has
sing. Miss Wilma Corbin will covenant meeting will begin at 'first Corinth

,be at the organ. The Sunday 2:45. Mr. Albach is president
School will be at the usual time, 'W Will Be Feature Proclamation Close Convention On Sunday HospitalizedFor Watch Meeting Plan

9:30: a.m. The lessonwillbe ''
viewed by the pastor. The deacons St Joseph Has At Grant SundayDr. Meet PlannedThe
First Corinth Baptist will bold
will be in charge of the hundred Primitive Baptist Churches, of the Jacksonville District, are DermatitisPaul
one and fifth
Recognition Day celebration the annual
watchmeeting
morning service Rev. Glanton, Reddlck, pastor of Grant of the Emancipation now in a convention at the Friendship Baptist Church and will beginning at 10:45: service .
pastor, win preach both ser Covenant and Student Recognition Memorial AME Church, announced ,Proclamation in Jacksonville close Sunday. p.m.
mons. All are invited to these, Day will be observed earlier this week that and Duval County will take place This convention emphasizes the efforts of the ministers deacons Robeson, 69,star of stage Sunday with the School superintendent begins at 9.45: In,
and the and radio, renowned singer oryears
services. Sunday. December 31, at the the Watch Night Service will begin January 1, 1968 at 10:45 laymenn.The
: a.m. charge. The morning service
Allen Chapel AME eleven o'clock service of St. at 10:30 The combined in the theme' song of the convention Mathews, Bible Expositor;Mrs. past, Is now hospitalized
Dayspring Baptist
p.m. is "Walk to the Light" A.M. Frazler chair with dermatitis. begins at 10:45.: All choirs and
Watch services program
Night begin Joseph Methodist Church Jessie
choirs of the church will sing. Church
The aim .Is "Glory to God in man. Robeson broken down in 1961 usher boards will be serving
promptly at 11 p.m., according and Spearing Streets. The
J. Brundage and William Ellison Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver is the
the Highest and on earth Officers of the women's auxiliary while playing crowded houses Prayer meeting is Tuesday
to Rev. J.C.Bannerman, pas Rev. Golden Smith will be in will be charge of the pray pastor. Rev. JjS. Johnson is good night
will toward men." are: Mrs. Mary Robinson to Europe.
charge of services er services. The pastor will deliver president. J. S. Genwrlght is
Tonight, all ladles will be president; Mrs. Fannie
the sermon. secretary. AU are invited,ministers -
dressed white. Ushers of Mt. Bradley, vice president Mrs.
Sunday will be Red Letter Day. choirs, congregations ;
Special 1 ,
Holiday '
Ester McPherson
Olive and of Macedonia secretary
This celebration will with civic leaders and social workers ;
begin 65 : $3295
churches will serve. The panel Mrs. Hannah Houston, treasurer aWLLACHApTOP .
the Sunday School at 9:30.Amoe included.
discussion will be "How Christian Mrs. Trellis Murry, $ I'OWIII WINDOWI,
PERRIER'S CREAM V. Rose and his staff will be to ; AwAY sEa S. LIGN DIMM. ENDITIONfD.
ICE
charge Families Should Observe Sunday School secretary; Mrs. 66 CADILLAC VILLE. $4195
Christmas." win E.F. Alback pianist COUPETDE .
Darnell -Cookman Participants ;
At 10:45: The Rev. John E. be Mmes. Inet Sheffield WIU': W :OAff."t tJM? 'pIV. 1W.'WI
Maggie
90 Gregory, formerly of Jacksonville ,
EGG NOG Qt.
and now of New York Students In SingThe Gloria Rodgers F. Best Beatrice, Sylvia Davis Dixon,, BOIDEN'SNEW 65 CHRYWrNr p6RTW"T.T'H.$2195j !
City, will speak. Choir No.3and
2/ GAL Esther McPherson B.Johnson ADULT CLASSES CLEANEIT CARS. Ala I CONDITIONED'
Usher Board No.3 will serve Choral Parents Club of Deacons James Grant and, 66 BUI JU..I WrL'i5 exT ..... ...... ... .. .$2695
,34f throughout the day. All are Darnell-Cookman School will Joseph McPbers and P'hillipAl- .Starting February 13- ; >(>0" H. TOP. LOADED WITH AH CONDITION. OUR HIT

ICE CREAM invited to attend these services. have several representatives at back Mrs Erltoe F. Alback 66 CHEV. IMPALA SPT. CPE .., .. ,. .. .$2195
the State Choral Festival in will make the Mrs. HOSPITAL AID CLASS HU&ft\ A NOIIT"III" CM AND LIRE HAND NIW. NURKYI

Cill 356-3255 For Quantity Blind Evangelist Daytona Brown Beach.Chester They are: Beverly Mary White will summary.sing. The educational CASHIER SALES CLERK 66 FORD AIR CONS STA.. AND A WAGON REAL UY. .. ... $1995

Hagans, sermon will be delivered 65 BUICK LE SABRE 2H'TOP .$2195
avlngton Davis, Willie Matt Rev.,R J. Galnous.Suni. PRESCHOOL AIR COND <
by ILL
WORKERS
5 locations To Serve You hews. Mrs., R.P. Askew is dir ./ School will be held at 66 E, }ME19 U41;& ., .. .. ...... ..:$1785 rR.
ectress. Mrs. Mildred Matthews 8:50: a.m. Sunday. Deacon Wil BUSINESS MANAGEMENT a IrIAT "., AUTOMATIC TRANI. coast ITU HINO. AIR
Try Oir Delicious Hamburgers-20t is reporter. 11am Hunter will serve. Mrs. I' 66 D&NDGI, POLARA ..$2195
Registration: POT.E\, '( RAKE ITI"'NG' ..... AIR CONDI.
A.M. Frailer will be the reviewer WARRANTY.
Various Sunday Schools TUES.rHUR.FRL, 6 tojO) P.M. : 66 OLDS DELTA 88 .$2595

$ WHEN YOUR ARE HI will report. Mrs. Trellis B. BOLDEN'S COLLEGE I 65 fflW&'WnSW I :!./..'. .CLEAN......$1795
\, ;; Colossians Murray will make financial re- 181 W. 2Cti: Street AUTOMATIC{ TIAN$. POWI ITIIRINO.' R.... AIR CONDI-
you seek The Best DocJ ports. Registrar 356-MS5
66 PONTIAC
The New Zion Primitive Baptist BONNEVILLE .$2595
tor When Your Doctor Baptist ChurchSunday Church of I COOR. H-TOP LOADID WITH IOUIPMENT AIR CONDITION. '
Sanford
prescribes. Get E.xperleneed < will be the spclal guest, Fla.Sunday IIESSINCS! IUSSINS! 64 FORD FL500 .' $ 995

Pharmacist; .11 school will begin at morning Deacons from DOOR VI RADIO 1 HCATIR IHARP.
According to You r.Doctor's ,V 10 a.m. with the Superintendent Friendship, Mt. Olive and Plea. The man born with the gift. 63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT. $ 795
Rev. Rooseveft Franklin of Macon '
orders wr told teachers in charge. The sant Grove will be presentTbeusher
The morning worship begins at U band of Mt,Olive,boards Georgia. It is through God 59 1.ADILLACA.9395 a'60DRAMBLER$195OVER :
Use Only Best
I a.m. The evening worship begins No.2 and 3,participate.The that I can remove all evil conditions .'
Quality: Drugs. C. E. BLACK. Proprietor l at 7 p.m. The pastor will Mt. Olive Female Chrous will ; some questions you may 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

J REV. JOHN GREGORYA speak at both services Choir serve the pulpit The Frailer wish to know.
Pharmacists fJO., 1 and Usher Board No. 1 Sisters, Mrs. E.F.: Alback and R.
.1 Registered To serve YOUA blind evangelist Rev. John S.EVANS3rd
.. ......... will serve all day. The Watch Mrs. V.F. James will DO YOU NEED MONEY?
....... .... COMPLETE LINE OPCosnetics Gregory, formerly of Jacksonville meeting service will be at 10 The Rev Earl Rollins, sing IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?

,- Rubber Goods... .Candies sun now of New York City,will a.m. Prayer meeting is held on speak. He is the union's vice will CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
be a special guest at the "Red DRINKING & MAIN
dries. Letter" celebration of Tuesday at 1:3ORv.R.J.Craw.: president ?
CALLED Day ford is pastor. The church is Dinner CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED
PRESCRIPTIONS 'FO: MND DELIVERED'Lilly's Grant Memorial AME Church, will be served at Ip.m
located at 1154 West 31st. ?
Sunday and will reamln throughout I EL 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9.30: P.M. EL 4-8382
Dug $tore the day. His theme In the ; i ) In the afternoon all Junior
morning will be"Resoultlons choirs will serve E. Epps will They call me the (Rootman).
lead the But I am only a servant of God.
ISO Kius Road 353-82 7' the Life of the Believer." At eason'sFrom devotions. Chorls will Because God is the answer to '
participate, .
night Rev. Gregory will preach ) representing Mt.
; Olive all life's problems. I am the
.. ; '. : from the "Adventures In Macedonia Friendship WRITE
Mt. Sinai lint of all Day Prophets. Send WRHC
and Pleasant Grove TODAYWin
Faith. Rev. Reddick is pastor.
;
I 6reet Rev. Bobby Sheffield will' for my special selected Bible '
nB preach. Mrs. Ester McPherson I verses. To be read on SPECIAL

Howell funeral Winning Souls and Deacon Namon Andersonwill DAYS.
: make secretarial reports. I Send a self-addressed,stamp. $25.00 For Your Church
The next meeting will be ; id envelope and $2.00 for Bible
with
There will be an all-night I TLORIDA STARVMWM Mt Sinai in March Mrs. A.M. verses and spiritual Messages. I Cot oil the coupon below and
Watch meeting service on December Frazier is Yqu will receive Bible verses I
program
chairman.
Home 31 at the Winning Souls Officers are: Rev. H. Robinson by return maiL i write your question then mail
for Christ Mission
825 Broad president, Rev. E.RoWns, SEND TO:: ,
Street. Evangelist Smith is ad vice president Rev. Roosevelt Franklin

5S79 Moncricl Road visor. Deacon Namon Anderson,secretary (30 Morrow Avenue to radio station WRHC, P. 0.
; Deacon Joseph McPherson Macon!, Georgia 31301
I.1. ... r. .. 'It 1 treasurer; Deacon Box 2467
24 hear Alliance Service William Hunter, Sunday School 4 specialize to all case work. Jacksonville Fla.

.. .. *' superintendent; Deacon Eugene J I Aone area code912746475.SISTER PHONE: 389-1111


BESSIE -'RUCTIONS: : The WRnc 1IaU Bozo' will attempt to gin

JREK CANDLE AVERY RIAPINti an a-.snr to any question you may lave! ell any subject, hd
WITH
,Serving All Faiths BRAND NEW ; A4 u schools, rents, taxes, city and cobDty government and fC

1 1968 VWSEDAN She will read your entire life-past, r..enllJIcI j Write your Questions below and mall at Your
Convenient future. She asks no questions but tell and the once question
:: Location wity, you answer, along with your name and address will be
what you want to,know, giving date and torts of broadcast from time to time 011 WRIIC
business, love, health and family affairs. Will! name and addrell. Write U offIn u so like please print Jour
f' -'''H"J ; help find lost art TELL whom I you tad IIsttn.lor
you will WRIIC
-HAPPYNEW yon you 00 ,1400 00 Jour rad1
nation ,our total !
communi
Oi'Amok $17645DILIVERID ; K marry and when. If the one you love is true, what I I w 011 the air 24 hours a day. )
f!! to do'to be successful.Win reunite the separated, I For the belt question each week
"me
I U IN |lAX aU YEAR I locate absent friends and relatives, and cause! Station WRHC wW award $25.00 to the this muting bdlq
church
..r, -rll.,..tt 1u ty./ n* happiness between man and wile Make up I + MY QUESTION IS: of Jour choice.

Facilities lover's quarrels. Tells,If sickness or luck is 1 __
Parking natural enemioes, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell
D to please you but wlllhll the truth One visit will repay you for
J Accept our beet disappointments to aU others. I not only read your life like IX;
765-6664 -- 76 -2054 CatlinGriffin- ; open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. COB*
wishes for a sue and see why you are so unhappy,warn everything -18.10; g owrong.
WHY be sad and downhearted,sick worried wharyc!
lewis J. Howell L.F.D. cessful New Year. can.be helped and everything made clear by consulting. THIS PLEASE PRINT
'. GUVED; MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. MY NAME ISoIYADDRESSIS-
Volkswagen I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address SISTER
Understanding Service With I INC. a 1968SKIMMERS BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on UjB.nl L4 mile from -

,1250 EAST 8th ST, : City of CALLAHAN WATCH;Florida Phone 179-2250. V 18'question II judged best, please send $%5.00 to the church
FLORIST FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE bg my choice, which is -
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Dignify And Distinction"l l p 3S .'09j .a.tl Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL

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SATURDAY DECEMBER 30, 1967 STAR PAPERS PARE 5


" United Negro College Fund In q
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I Palatka News I -_. _. ---- QQNEW$ ;


JOHANNESBURH-NI I-Black South Atrk ni letting homes for aged persons throughout the country was made by
Ration Station Bantu know that It listening to Its broadcasts Andrew Mutumba, minister WILLIE HAN10NS, REPORTER v During the course in BANTU, the Illustrated monthly magazine, the station re- day tour CENTRAL ACADEMY HIGHLIGHTS calves 2.5 minion letters from llstentori. The number la of old age retreats that have been Integrated !
expected to rise to the three million mark this year, with the KANSAS CITY, Mo- (NPI>-Two Jewish men have been admit-
Several teachers of Central Academy High School took part institutions of the Xhosa program The sattlon broadcasts ted to the Kansas City Club, after It was accused of being for ,
In the FCEA Fashion Show held in the Civic Center on December in seven different languages to the black cltlcens of the Republic white Anglo-Satan Protestants only The American Jewish '
14. Those modeling Included Miss Charlene Williams,Krs. for a total of 80 hours a day. committee had charged that the club and other downtown I I
Louise Qsgood Mrs. Lillian Hardy, Miss Tug! Fisher, and men's clubs had refused to accept Jewish applicants. The
Mrs. Jesse Alexander. NEW DELHI-CNPQ ngUsb will continue to serve as anu-. "
RACINE. WSrCtPQ-Addltlonal date of
for public viewing <<
Abram Alexander helped furnish music for the affair. Mrs. Uonal in India
languate until
each the "Heritage of African Art" exhibition currently at Wingspread .
Zola B. Brooks was chairman of the decorations committee. Hindi as the national tongue--if they ever do. A r proposal ,
Miss Targie Fisher. Robert rules and reflations esta- made in Parliament to retain English as the Inerlm tongue the Johnson Foundtdon's conference center, have been :.1
Clarke Oliver Muldrow and bushed to govern not only. -their while waiting for some of the stages to change their opposition announced. In addition to Nov,, 30. and Dec. 6, the public .t
Henry Wright will serve as delegates lives at C.A.Hlgh but those of Dr. Stephen J. Wright, president to the special FEA assembly society in general 100 plese of traditional sculptures from 12 African countries, ..
Fund, holds a $50,000 check to the Fund from the Esso Educa- ; I
to be held In Tampa, This week Instead of the outstanding NDOLA Zambia-NPIMn( will r.at Wingspread until Dee. 31,
ties Foundation as James S. Avery right, and he discuss U.N. appeal for racial migration of all 'I
December 18. They win hear citizen, we have what C.F. programs with William W. Bryan, senior vicepresidentand "I.v J I
the governor's commission report I believe, is a human Interest director of Humble Oil and Refining Company,who presented .!; I IIII
for quality education.The story. By James Hanklns. the Esso gift Avery also with Humble, has been a national : : ', ", : .
annual Christmas dinner A funny thing happened to me vice chairman of the last three annual College Fund campaigns, torila'yT, u ne'O" "" (n''. 9.0\ 'TQ' 't t':9/2'n Z .j

was Tuesday. A good Job was while selling the Florida Star. which have raised a totalptmorethanl2,000,000for UXC.F. r d ',A! d t r'll l )Ilj'l ... .' W M '! t "' 11 V.I' .1
done by the cafeteria, rtaff Mrs. a white woman stopped me, and member colleges and universities Esso Education Foundation _: : 1 I : I
Corene Battles, Mr:;. Arnell asked what kind of paper 1 had, established by Standard Oil Company (New Jersey)twelve ".
Fells, Mrs. Idella Savage,Mrs I told her It was the Florida years ago, has given$250,000 in operating grants and $00,000 In
Queenie Allen, Mrs. Inn Beau. Star. She asked me to come capital-development) funds to U.N.C.F. since 1962. Humble
ford and Miss Judy McClain, to her home. As we walked Oil and other domestic affiliates of Jersey Standard contri-
student assistant. Miss A.Medlock' down the road I told her that bute to the Foundation's aid-to-education program Mr.Avery, SAVE $21.75 !
class did the decorating. the paper was a Negro paper who is based in New York City is national coordinator of Sears
she replied, "God made us all." community relations for his company, largest VJS refiner ;
The faculty and staff had Its She paid for the paper and gave and marketer of petroleum products. 1
annual Christinas party Dec me some canty. She also gave Esso Photo
ember 19 at the Home Demon me a card which !ad a poetfi on
stration Office. Gifts were exchanged It. The poem was titled Joy to .'
Music, dancing and The World. It read..S oppose Mile NAACP Honors .!
High
games were enjoyed by all. Mrs there were no colorful wreaths, City i'
Evelyn T. Sermon Is chalrmar there would still be a Christ '!
Mrs Agnes Alexander, wife pretty presents there would still Still SwingingDENVER :
of Band Director, Abram Alexander be a Christmas; Suppose there Rights AidNEW
was admitted to the were no gaily decorated trees, '.: I
Putnam Memorial Hospital re- There would still be a Christmas -(NPi>) While
cently. ; But suppose there were Denver has not had any typeof YORK; Father E.Groppl 'jc
Mrs. Catherine J. Stoudmlre, no Christ-Child lying in the rioting a la Newark or and Charls Evers will be citedat
sister of Mrs. Rachel D. Williams manager at Bethlehem. Ther Detroit, It nonetheless has the the Association's annual Fel- .
; passed away last Tues- there would be no Christmas, problem of black youth going loshlp Dinner to be held in the '. .
day. Funeral services were held no holiday season, no carols out almost nightly trying to get Hotel Hilton's Grand Ball room, 1 If
at Bethel A.M.E. Church, Sun singing out "Joy To The something !going. Monday evening, January 8. :..
day, December 17. Among the World." Christ makes the dif- However they art surprisedto Father Groppi, advisor to the 'I
many relatives and friends from ference; Christmas began with find that their many other Milwaukee NAACP Youth Council 1 ofa
out of town were C.A.graduates, The bible says; "God so loved young friends break off when which has been staging ,; .,
the former Misses Arlmenta the world, that he gave his only "fire bombing" comes Into the open housing demonstrationssince rt i iA
Williams, Gussle Johnson, and begotten Son, that whosoever picture.The August 28, Is being heralded + I .a e
Rachel Sarvi!n. believeth in him should not perish -. city has Its problems "For his success in l le's '
The following students attended but have everlasting life.; but rioting In its environs is arousing the conscience of the
the District 3, Student Council (John 3:16)) This is the only reason considered a long shot. During nation to the evil of segregated 1 J
meeting in Orlando on Dec for Christmas. but vhat a the past two weeks, six Incidents housing; and for the living demonstration ..
ember 15 and 16. Bobble Miller wonderful reason: have occured--4ooting, he provides of the .. .
Robert Greene, Margaret This woman showed me the fire bombing and window break continuing need for interracial .. .
Hopkins, Harriet Austin, Ger- real reason Christmas love. ing. cooperation in the Fight for
ald Fleldy. Elmer Lewis the man who wrote The press and the police department Freedom."
The 7th grade science classes this poem, isked "Is this your have been working Charles Evers, Mississippifield "
under the instruction of Mr. reason for Christmas'?]" Can hand in hand to keep it quiet, director receives his "
Bostick were taken on a field there ever by Joy To The World because it seems from the experience Certificate of Merit "In recognition -
trip to the Putnam County Fire When men will sit down and be of other cities, as of his courage in taking ,.I '
Control Tower in Hollister, brothers. This white woman soon as'everybody feels the on the most dangerous assignment ". ; ,. i
Florida At the Tower they were showed me there will be a day time has come to riot-based in the civil rights struggle -; : I
tiVwi .JQ a tour of the various when men can say "Joy To The on news broad.aste-the have and in appreciation of Us spec ; : ". :"
facilities. Tour guides and lec- World" and mean It. taken to the streets and aided tacular achievements in enlarg-
turers were Mr. Cone and Mr. rioters. tng the number of Negro voterrwd s ",\ n" "
Erklntalo. stimulating the growth of liit.! ijJ .'
Students making the trip were: Negro History the NAACP in the State of Mississippi. ,
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Aaron Smith, Charles History, the new 554
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Williams. Robert Styles, Ethel Katz published on December M
McKlnnon Victor Gordon,Tanya by Pitman. the

Lewis, Walter Felder, an< The authors uses a unique three L fabulousli
Mary Wilson. pronged approach for his story. ,
On December 12, 1967, t h< He tells the reader about the a 6-In. r:.
first of a series of seminarsfor events Inllvely, clearly written Dacron Quilted ,
male students under the auspices language. Then he documents
ment, WJ. Seabury, chairman. accounts written at the time the 1 i Serofoam Mattress-
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These seminars are designed to of the events by people) who oo- "
deter the relatively high percentage served or participated in them. =
of C.A. High students Finally he Illustrates them with Springs Combination -.....
involved in criminal acts and to pictures drawings or photographs
eradicate the incidence of ver- from that time FREE
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John Bodak, Juvenile counselor Include the Boston Massacre / AIM NJGHT SAVE$64.90 !
Putnam County, .was the (the colonist were lead \ LMRTYM %
feature' speaker. He gave IDaDSPlra'tlonaJ by a Negro who was killed by Mee on /'
devotion and the British); a report written how senatonel, y .
shared with the boys experiences by Andrew Jackson about J.- "LOVERS'CONCERTO"
of his office with gross in the Battle Juvenile deUqinnts. He also ; and letters from George records in the part three year SI 19.90 !
presented statistical Informa- Washington > $* ***
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by pointing up the consequences "Disobedience"ATLANTA Bedding Third
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and future lives of adolescents
Martin
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Luther King Jr. is planning to
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A film entitled -A Quarter
Million Teenagers," which launch his program pointed up the causes signs locating" Washington, D.C.'s Readyto-Finish -

to of look curing for veneral, and the disease only means was have close functions revealed.to the win civil March rights, sources leader I&r rLTb1 .e r Drawer Chest rJ' h I

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Juice me makes a good cook. When festivities call
2 water tabtonoons boiling Melted butterIn .. on food, she might, for instance, put an old
form..a Lobster Quiche.This Borden Kitchen
a small-dim mixing bowl I, crumble stick pie crust mix. Add in the limelight subtly sauced with Gruyere
1 tablespoon I Mater and 1 tablespoon lemon juice. With a fork cheese, and heavy cream, all dashed with
mix until:dough loses its stickiness. Stir until dough forms a ball i A BEEF STEW with robust flavor Is typical the food servedon uornla. The same wine is served as the accompanying :crisp green salad.
and completely leaves side of bowl. On a floured board, with a the cattle ranches of the Southwest In the early days. The unusual -' For a final authentic touch, edge the casserole with
floured rolling pin, roll dough to a 14-inch citric With a round
Is a red dinner vine from the vineyards of Cal- sweet
of with remaining Ingredient potatoes.
2-inch cookie cutter cut !I2 circles dough. Repeat
stick of pie crust mix. PITHS a cll'clof dough onto the bottomof (NPI ) Pan Spice Cupcakes
a 2-1/2 Inch diameter muffin cup or a 5-ox. custard cup. Press
:i circles of dough around sides of cup, edges o\er-lapnlng, petal- the school crowd..Peter Pan Spice Cup-
tines of fork, entire surface of pastry.Itepcatwlth .
fashion. With a pierce Chicken And Rice Mexicana blending of cake and
remaining I circles.I Bake In a hot ((450! 'F.) oven 8 to spice pennut but
is biowned. Remove from these fluffy find flavorful cupcakes ab-
10 minutes, or until pantry lightly ---
oven; brush \*th meltPil l butter. i et cool thoroughly before retm the whole clntlil. Spread with peanut butter
>\ing from cups, a Apple Saucery with tinted coconut and nerved with apple
FILLING: In a medium-siste mixing bowl l combine 1-1/'A: cups aure to win the hearts of all.
(lI -oIl,1) can sweetened, condensed milk and, 1/2 cup Rea LemonJeconstituted batch and store half in the freezer. Take
1 lemon juice. Stir until mixture thickens and is by "Betty (' time and tuck In lunch boxes for a surprise
thoroughly blended., Whip 1/2 cup heavy cream; gently fold Into X hOC CFhAppetizing with pennutty flavor and protein.
lemon mixture. Divide filling In half: blend yellow food coloringInto : PAN SPICE
one half and: sad) fond coloring into the other. Spoon filling l CUPCAKES
into cooled shells. Refilgeiate 2 hours, or until filling sets. To (Makes 2 dozen)
should be of bag of
versatile applesauce part your
serve, whip 1/2 cup heavy cream and garnish each tart.Tint tricks for easy, Interesting meals. Applesauce can add tang to pound, 2-li W teaspoon vsnilli
breakfast chilled on cereal or waffles hot with breakfast cake mix 3 cups lifted confectioner
sausage A dish of applesauce I can substitute for salad at lunchor Smooth I sugar '
dinner, li ideal for filling a small vacuum bottle In a lunch '/i cup milkCoconut

Tarts With Cream box.
Tipped Applesauce desserts are almost endless applesauce puddings, mix
______ cookies, cakes, even molded applesauce'gelatin desserts. A favorite \ water according and to package directions, but
.uu. applesauce cake, easy to put together, is this one Try it on the adding J4 cup peanut butter.
i family tonight. Then remember it for the next time you enter for cupcakes. Cook on rack. Beat togeth.
.. tain at a "coffee." % cup peanut butter and vanilla. Add
It" o. F + with milk, beating after each addition.
APPLESAUCE Beat 4 minute longer. Pour ..
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Sprinkle coconut. If desired,
VELVET CRUMB CAKE Into prepared pan. Bake JJ to tinted
40 minutes. Serve warm with
\ r l'/t cup. Blsqulck Topping. I servings. Tinted Coconut: Mix 1 teaspoon water with
% cup brown sugar (packed) yellow food color In mall dish. Add shredded .
!teaspoon cinnamon IVt cups whipping cream until
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mon, 14 cup chopped nuls ands
teaspoon allspice 2 teaspoons sugar.
< teaspoon nutmeg Colorful, tasty trick with
r rl 1 tablespoons shortening applesauce for children: with
1 ell kle the dish of applesauce
4 l /, cup unsweetened applered cinnamon candles. And
sauce here's another saucy treat.
+ teaspoon vanilla
wlr CRANBERRY APPLESAUCE
f. '/i cup mUkTopplnr 2 cups fresh cranberries SUPER MARKETQuantity
l i It (below
J.. I cups sliced apples
Heat oven to 350. Grease and waterIn
}:t % cup
:! flour square pan, 8x8x2 Inches.
mixer bowl, stir together 1 cup sugar
large EDGEWOOD-AVC. B. STORE
dry Ingredients. Add Combine cranberries applesand
shortening, egg applesauce water; cook until fruit is Right: OPEN- SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
and vanilla. Beat on low speed soft. Put through a colander ECSeilssd
I : H minute scraping side/ and or strainer; stir In sugar and
bottom of bowl frequently. cook until sugar Is dissolved
Beat 1 minute on medium If desired, sprinkle I with
I ; Well, snap up this cue from the Borden! Kitchen, a whole red speed. Stir in milk gradually. grated orange peel. TONGUE IN TEETH OUT
cnnpper) stuffed with the succulence of onion, bread cubes, and I
sharp, shredded Cheddar cheese. Scatter almonds atop the
snapper, then nestle among greens in the spirit of the season.CliecieFlllid .
r.. Molded Cottage Cheese Salad
Red '
(Makes I servings Siiupprr HOG JOWLS LB. 3S

J, 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) Danish 2-1/2 cups (one R-oi. bar) ,2 packages I (3 oz. each) or 1 package ( oz.)
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butter Old-Fashloned Sharp 2 cup? boiling water
Cheddar Cheese, finely
3/4 cup chopped celery
1-3/4 cold water
shredded cups
1/2 cup chopped onion
: 1/2 teaspoon salt 2-1/2 Ibs. (one whole) red 3 tablespoons vinegar SUGAR CURED HICTORY SMOKED
3 CUDS (1/2-Inch) fresh snapper,split and boned 1/4 teaspoon celery salt
bread cubes 1/4 cup sliced unblanched 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
almond., optionalIn 2 cups ((1 Ib.) small curd cottage cheese
a 10-inch skillet, melt the margarine or butter. Saute celery 1/2 cup chopped celery
and onions until tender, about 5 minutes Remove from heat. Add 1/4 cup chopped green onion PICNICS LB. 37
salt, bread cubes and about 1-1/4 cups shredded cherse. Gently
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. Stir in cold water, vinegar
mix: thoroughly.; Place fish In a well-gieased 13-1/2 x 9 x 2-Inch,
8-quart shallow baking dish. Spoon stuffing Inside; secure with celery salt, and oinlon powder. Chill until thickened. Fold In
wood picks. Brush with melted malgarlne. Bake in a moderate remaining ingredients. Spoon Into a 1.1/2 quart mold or (individual
(375'F.) oven for :!fl minutes. Sprinkle remaining 1-1/4 cups molds. Chill until firm. Unmold. Serve with crisp salad
I of If desiied almonds. Bake an U.S.NO. 1
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pan-toasting or making French tout or touted sandwiches
/ Mtn rek's Peanut Butter French Tout
.. Beat 1 egg and mix with % cup milk. Spread 4 slices of bread
generously" with peanut butter; top each with a bread slice Dip
The stately grandfather made UUcen: 17CO n-j; 1775. sandwich into egg mixture" Cook In margarine in skillet or on
clock, whose proud bulk tint I The original towers In the griddle turning once, until browned on both sides.
stood In homes of the early drawing room of the lovely Touted Tuna Sandwich
eighteenth century,probably Samuel Powel House In the T
hail Ita real beginning with the I Metropolitan! Museum" of Art In Sprinkle 1 (I %-ounce) can drained and Baked tuna with 1 teaspoon
invention of the weightdrivenclock New tak.Recreated. lemon Juice. Mix in % cup chopped celery, \l cup real
In Arabia. mayonnaise Make 1 sandwiches Fry In 'about I tablespoons
hy a team of skilled !
Its alie wan a matter of nee- woodcarvers and reproduced in {f5 IAk margarine, turning once, until golden brown on both sides.
easily,rather than style Amer. simulated;: wall:, thin mini-ver
leans of the time may well have aloe Is only :.12\ Inches high.A s 1't
preferred a more manageablewallsited dependable' battery mechanism
timepiece,but Inven complete with swingingpendulum Milky Ways With Molds j

had Lions proven In Holland that accuracy and England and without I weights, keeps!:: or time i winding.perfectly LAfii r M rl .........,..................._..--."'...........- >.>. .> ,. t-
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homes,their counterparts an.III/1'/ dial,the grandfather 1-1/2 squares unsweetened Chocolate 1/2 teaspoon salt
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1 Louisville's Democratic Aldermen Pass Strong Open Housing Law




Violators Of New LegislationWill I Honors Go To FAMU A&T Faculty Members Are


I Be Sublect To PunishmentLOUISVILLE Education Roundup"WHY Taken Into Scholary Frat


Ky.-The clf/i Board of Aldermen adopted GREENSBORO, N.Cv Mneteen students and faculty membersat
a strong open-houslnglawasaresult of demonstrations in which ? AliT State University have been Inducted Into the Theta Tan
hundreds were arrested last spring Chapter of Kappa Delta PI Honor Society. The new memberswere
WILBERFORCE, Ohio-{(NPI)>-"Why should we suffer for the
Another result of the fight for Fund (SCEF), and the West Er r d mistakes of a few?' That was the question asked by students at Installed by Dr. W.A. Stumpf of Duke University, national
open housing was the election of Community Council (WECC:'. Central State College, who were sent home after fighting broke president-elect. of the organization.
a new board aldermen on NOT were jailed for contempt to 5 out between law enforcement officials and 200 rock-throwing The new members are Thomas Sr. Stumpf, a professor at
ember elected 7. Eleven Democrats leading marches In violationa <* students. The trouble apparently started when students prevented r Brewer, Sandra Carlton, Larry Duke University, said we havea
wert to replace Repub- court order. police from arrestlngastudentwhohadreturned to the campus Davis, Ilattye Foster,Geraldine good deal of knowledge about
licans.The SCLC has a local affiliatethe after being expelled The result was 91 arrests.-and an Hagwood, Anthony Hlrston,La- education "but we're not very
only Repbullcan returnedto
the board Louise Kentucky Christian Leader" angry, bewildered student hnrtv Verne Joyner, Willie Mae certain as to bow to apply,"
Mrs
was ship Conference. SCEF Is i Leach, UVlra McGlIl, Margaret He cautioned against making
Reyonlds, a Negro. Southwlde interracial grou p \ McLawhorn, ClII'tlsSpen- In education for
hasty changes
The sew board voted 9 to 3 t /
working to end racial discrimination OPPOSED tq'L'ct. cer, Vivian Joyner,Mrs.Carole the sake novelty only.
for a law providing $00 fines
and poverty. Its bead ..ash Stevens and Dr. Glenn F. Rankin Others taking part in the -
for refusing to sell or rent a quarters are In Louisville. MUNCIE, Ind.-<(NPI}-Proposed construction of thenewCentral dean of academic affairs were Mrs. Ann Graves program
house or an apartment toaper- high school is being opposed by the local NAACP Branch,. ,
at ALT also Dr. Alphonsor
advisor of the chapter and Dr
son because of race,reUc1onor Police Battle which charges that Increased school segregation would result; Gore. ,
Lewis C. Dowdy 01
president
national origin. According go the NAACP until racial violence at one Muncie Addressing the Inductees, Dr. A&T. ,
The only exceptions are apart- shcool has been sparked by the flying ota Confederate flag out- Stumpf said: "One of the big
ment houses with four or fewer Students side it.LIKE .
3,500 dangers facing education today:
apaprtments If the owner or a
is the balance the teaching -
even rBe
member of his family Eves on IT OR NOTWYANDANCH of humanities and twiA
the premises. Person making Over Education "
science.
false callms of discriminationwould LJ.-N-Should children in this predominantly "Education probably has the kQ4
have to pay all costs of MILADELPHIA-NPI-A pi/ Negro suburb be sent to school neighboring communi- same main aim it always has
any Investigation and litigation lice battle with 3,500 student I ties? The NAACP says yes. But Ernest R. Reynolds, school had that of survival. The pre-
Mayor Kenneth' Schmied,a Re- is being Investigated by the U. board president, says no, contending that any Integration move M sent, problem Is bow to educate
publican, said he would neither S. Department of Justice. would be a blow to civic pride. 3l.I to survive in a world duringthe
signs nor veto the law, so It The violence broke out aftei ; ( rec1ona1.aIe.- people
r I TA .LAIIASSEE. Fi'ASidn y Miller (left) which is long on science and
goes Into effect automatically. policemen and a predominant]f MORE INTEGRATIONNEW representative for Capitor Records presents Dr. William P. on sense." New Year.
The mayor's office was not at black group of high school stu<. YORK-A study of Catholic elementary schools in Man- Foster with Cannonball AdderlY's latest recording, "74 miles _short
stake in the election, so Re- dents protesting educational. hattan and the Bronx has found more racial Integration in Aw y-" Walk Tall," Dr. Foster beads the Department Music '
publicans were able to keep con adequacies. those schools than In the two boroughs' public schools. This and directs the bands at FAMU Both Miller and Cannonball are Yail DON'T HAVE TO GO TO TOWN TO GET

trol there. Police said the student becamidisorderly. t finding runs counter to the increasing tendency for Mg-city former members of. the famous FAMU Marching; "100."
They lost 11 aldermanlc seats But civil rights officials school systems to be come predominantly Negro. It also LOW PRICESDRUG
because civil-rights groups disagreed asserting thai contradicts the widely-held notion that this city's parochial House Bombed New York
worked hard for their defeat. police repeatedly struck thi t schools are being used as "white refuges" from public school ,
The same thing happened to the youngsters on their heads with I Integration.P STORE NEEDS
Democrats in 1961 after they nightsticks."If Family Plans To Move
refused to pass a law barring there was ever a case for MIXING ORDERBALTIMOREjOne
discrimination In public accommodations federal intervention, this Is It." OCEANSmg, L.I., NPI-Commiiniry leaders intwocltles Trade with Your N. Ighborhood Drug StoreWE
The Republicans said Spencer Coxe, executive of the last areas in Maryland Integrate.. deplored bombing attacks on Negro homes, while In a third WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
passed such a law but refused director, Greater Philadelphia Somerset county, has been ordered to begin mixing its schools city. a 19-year--old white .youth admitted settingfireto a black PAPERS. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescrip-
to vote open housing in branch, American Civil Liberties next September. The "complete desegregation" order was Issued family's home.

1967. union,who witnessed the incident by the stat board of education after the federal government Ocenjlde churchmentriedun- charges, after 100 angry black
The resulting marches and cited the schools for civil-rlghts-law violations The tions.Dixie
successfully to talk a bombed youths west on a rock throwIng -
protests resulted in the arrestof During the ourbreak, there 48-per-cent Negro school systems has forfeited$200,000 a year Negro homeowner out of selling spree In retaliation againstthe Pharmacy
hundreds of demonstrators. were 57 arrests and at least
In federal aid for maintaining school segregation. his home and offered a$500 reward attack on a Negro family's
More than
half
of these were 22 injuries. Forty-Juveniles, to
fo Information leading home
Southern white. Officers Christian and Leadership staff of the who were were charged among with those delinquency arrested EDUCATION ASSURED the capture of the bomb throw- The Oceanside bombing resulted 1302 KINGS ROAD AT. MYRTLE

Conference (SCLC), the Southern and sent home. ers. In a decision by Edward
In a predominantly white section Revander to move because of
Conference Educational CHICAGO A 15-year old Negro youth who lost both legs PHONES ELGIN 5..5591.98PAY
: t i Chicago, a bombing attack Inability to conduct his real estate -
beneath elevated tarln had been assured a college educa-- on a prospective Negro business.A .
Negro Colonel Lauds LBJ lion by theChlcago Committee on Urban Opportunity. Michael homeowner's rsldence was en- bomb was hurled through his

Williamson's fall onto the "El" tracks triggered racial nounced by community leaders, dining room window after be received YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
And Nixes Barnstorming violence at Waller High School after rumors circulated that who vowed "to put an end ot a threatening letter signed -
he had been pushed into a train's path by a gang of white youths. such actions. (to) by the "WUte Knights ofOceanslde"
Colonel Daniel James, Jr., highest ranking Negro in the Air The school remained quiet in the wake of the disorder, but new And in Laurel, Md. a 19yearold telling him toleave
Force, has snubbed the suggestion of Florida Representative trouble was feared should Williamson die. youth pleaded guilty to arson the community TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE

Gurney. Republlcon.that he (to on a barnstorming( tour de-
signed to set back the Black Power Movement. Southerners' 15

A native of Pensacoia, Fla., be made it plate but Carmichael


14 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. EL 4 WeiNUINI &
"But," he continued "I ama "Ever since that day,"he said ...M......
tighter pllor. I wouid ratherlet I have found the Air Force School LawsW.SHINGTONClianges ,
TANOV APALACHICOLA
my contribution to the Interest goes on your merit for SHEI OYSTERS '5.50 the taste
of sanity be a by-pro- James who has flown 78 CAUGHT .u
ced
Southern
duct of my chosen field" combat missions in Vietnamsnd by Congressmen WHiT SHRIMP M.30

James as 'was vice-commander.earlier in Thailand was'- professional 101 In Korea airman, said, sailor, "The or strengthen desegregation In the government's the_federal program school will MEDIUM SHRIMP u u '110; you never get tired of?

there that be reflected viewson Marine respects an Individual Integration -
Carmichael Florida's Guroey because of his ability He knows charge effort of HEW., says the official In. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL TRIO
later seised the opportunity that one day he may have to
to slow down the progressr fight beside him and ability The civil rights compliance
is the' only thing that counts. procedure will become "more SMALL CHANNEL BASS

Mormon Church and orderly will and provide more greater disciplined certainty -, WHITE MELD MULLET'"ROE MAm"T 10119j !Is it always refreshing?

for the school districts FLOUNDER ,,%
involved," said Peter LlbassL
Romney's Also director of the Office for Civil LARGE BASS !
,

Ordains No BlackNEW Health Rights The new, of Education the policies Department and,'agreed Welfare.of to. SHEEPSHEAD DRUM 39me c1 Do things go better

by HEW Secretary John W,
YORK-Before he ran Garnder, provide that the department CAR IOUTH. KIV WEFT
:
with Coke
for Governor of
Michigan, will not with two.' BRIM . ... L..39SIHUINI
George Romney warned leaders exceptions cut off federalfunds ....,.....*
of the Mormon Church that

his political career would put to any school district LOBSTERS' . .
Intense heat on his church's between Sept 1 and June 1 of Lb. $1.10 after Coke after Coke?

the school year for failure to .. .....
racial policies.The TWIN IPICIAl .-......
comply with the
Mormon Church permits Rights Act.Gardner's. 1964 Civil LOCAL CAUGHT WHITING

COLONEL DANIEL JAMES, JR. "Negroes to become members. agreement stipu- LARGE ROE MULLET . .LB. 3Sc
excluded from
They are priest
of the :Ilowerldovetnent by making lates funds can be cut off during Ask assistant veterinarian Harold Murphy,in him tell
hood organlatlons that are only FRESH STEAK FISH . you
.LB. 89c
the suggestion for Jarnes. open to white male members. a school year if: Write: Mr Harold Murphy,PO Bo 5390 Metropolitan Station,lot Angeles C M. JYou
-A school district is told In
Now is America on a speaking Late In 1961 in the last stageof Usetnn w
,
writing by March 1 before the FANCY LIVING CLAW MAT "."
tour, Colonel James said: his decision to go into politics S"l 00
"I answered Carmichael on s Romney relalred that his year of the cutoff that it prob- CRABS. DOZ.NIGHTLY I LUMP WHITI MEAT .?$1.SO: .
ably Is not in compliance.
personal basis, James said campaign would embarrass G
yesterday. 'He was saying Mormon. leaders.He -A district is given notice of 1
something that was my business flew to Mormon headquarters opportunity for a hearing on alleged x
He said Negroes were not interested in Salt Lake City around noncompliance by Sept 1 a
in tlghtlngfor the United Christmas for a private con In the school year of the cutott.Maryland's ENTERTAINMENT 1

Stoles in Vietnam, that they ference with Mormon President ,.sio

\ were just preparing themselves David 0. McKay and his ad- New featuring
to come back here to fight white visors.An .

,men. account of that long-secret Anti-Bias Law
"So far as making speeches meeting has been published In an Eugene I a
on that subject, I am not in- article in the current issue of I j Gets 100-20 Vote '
terested. If I did so, I wouldbe LOOK Magazine. In that meeting -
doing just what CarmlchaelIt "" Romney declared his political ANNAPOLIS-Maryland has WHITE
doing, making a profession of Independence from church put the Federal Constitution in .
the shade with the approval bya
being a Negro Influence and made it clear that "j
James recently was reassigned Mormonlsm' anti-Negro bias state constitutional convention
to the United States as would In no way alter his won body to sepciflcally bar racial it the organ .
vice-commander of the 33rd discrimination within the state.
strong stand on the race issue.
Tactical Fighter Wing at Eglin The clause, added as an am- His
"I want to know if there Is any With CombsAuouncip
Air Force Base "I am sure I religious reasons why should endment to the proposed Mary- J_
will be called to make land Declaration of Rights by a
upon certain ,not run for Governor," he said
talker to the public,"James' to McKay and church apostles. .vote of 100-20, would prevent tor Ida
all Maryland from enacting discriminatory -.
said; "My talks are along "I will make my own decision,
toe same line Intensely patriotic laws or backing downon
but U there are any religious Price Policy
I love my counrty. I fight objections, I ought to hear them present civil rights posi
for my country. I am an Ameri tions. '
can." now. Cocktails 48t & 58(

James said the admlnlstratlor Romney's careful distinction Dr. King Applauds
of President Lyndon Johnson between religious and political During Cocktail Hour know it. It's best
has "done more for the Negri lssuesthe article reportedwasnot Mc arthy's PlansATLANTANPITe your
,than any other,and uniortunate- lost on the Mormon leaders. 5:30 p.m. To 9:30 p.m.
ly, has received more abuse" At that time, Romney was one announced -
of 345 stake (uocese) presi- Preyidentlal candidacy Celebrate refreshment buy.
He noted that racial segregation of Sen. Eugene McCarthy (CD- The New Year
.dents of the layman-run Mormon f'
disappeared from
the Minn.) has r
been applauded by
church. He told McKay and Open From 6
Air
Force by executive order Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., P.M.
President advisors that be would resign1
Trumaq In 1949 as a
"healthy thing In Amer-
his position If he became apolitical
ican Sunday Dec. 31
politics. McCarthys can-
candidate for Gover -
SlVEIpfJGHTMS didacy Is "the kind of thingwe f Gai

nor.Young Mormon Intellectuals, need to inspire dialogue DON'T MISS OUR MONDAY NIGHT PARTY ft* ':Coke]
'
to about this wrong war (In Vietnam ,'
pointing Romney's emergence '
said 'Johnny Wheeler Chief Of' Service ad' ".
have openly attackedthe ) Dr. King, who Uk .
f I. theological basis for the the senator, opposes the Asian -

racial ban and put heavy inter- conflict As the same time,; *. 1-1 .. .l ... ::J! ...
E t nal pressure upon the church the Nobel Peace price winner EDGE WOOD LOUNGE ,Bottled under the authority' .of The,,Coca-Cola Company byi. Jacksonville Bottling Company
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 4 .leadership. declined to say whether he would < J ,
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RECORD FAREBy Peltier's GodcfciU Christened Billy Daniels, Opera, Races

CHARLES LIVINGSTON

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Feature 1968 Miami Season


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BASIS MILES LUNCEFORDNo MIAMI BEACH, Flint promises to be a bright New Year
for Miami Beach and Miami Beach visitors.Certainly the short

matter bow many artists-with their fads and ,sounds ...... term prospect January, February and March,will lead off 1968
pop up on the /Jan record scene the really greats in the bus- with more to see and do and more vacationers seeing and doing

oeM have a way of reclaiming the spotlight virtually any time 'man ever r
.they desire.Such The Orange Bow, grand finale :Hall on January SO. ,
Is the case of Count Basle, Miles Davis and Jlrnmle 'of collegiate post-season foot J Racing fans can !go to the
Lunceford. The latter long departed from the jazs scene, ball games,hardly will be offstage -]I horses, the dogs or the sea The
made such outstanding contributions that, in keeping with the before the Super Bowl,*(thoroughbreds are running at. ;
.professional classic concludes I Tropical Park and move to
poplar'phrase> 'his music lingers on. i,
new releases from Columbia and Harmony labels Some of "gridiron play January 14. ,Hialeah January 17. The Miami
,
Basle's most "priceless" and "danceable": selections are With such names as Frank Beach Kennel Club will run

featured on the LP "Basle's Best Miles' discing centers on GorstuX; the Barry Sisters,, greyhounds nightly thr'ougblay'
his own unique trumpet work, while Lunceforffs is a refeaturt Edie Adams Paul Anka, Edde 3. Closed course competition-
d some of his fine orchestrations" Fisher and Billy Daniels head', Including all classes but the

BASIE'S BEST: Featuring Count Basle and His Orchestra t + lining January's night club entertainment -, .unlimited hydros Is scheduled

($tereo-HS 11247, Mono-HL 7229). This disc begins appro- plus symphony, In the Orange BowlregattaJan-will
class boats
priately with Basle's immortal"One O'clock Jump"which perhaps concerts and opera in the Miami uary 6-7. Star
has been copied (in various versions) by more orchestral Beach auditorium, the lights, sail in Blscayne Bay for the
groups than any other swing tune on record. The Jump Is followed + will burn brightly and long after Bacardi Cup January 20-26.And
S by another swinger the fabulous "Red Bank Boots" sunset. jai alai is on hand,for pelota
J
then "If Sand, Man," "Jimmy's Blues," featuring Jimmy : e rvN Auditorium dates Include Jan- aflclanado at Miami fronton,
Rushing Basle's blues vocalist of yesteryear. ear, 14, the Greater Miami complete with pari-mutuels.
All of this of is but an
Other items Included are "The Mad Boogie" "Avenue C.," Philharmonic with Leonard course
"The King" "Taps Miller" "Rusty Dusty Blues" and"Rambo Rose, cellist, as guest soloits added attraction for the sun-Is'
shine and but it
swimming,
," January 28, the Philharmonicwith
SORCERER featuring the Miles Davis Quintet As might be Robert Merrill, baritone this unrivalled variety of Miami entertainment .,
that sets
expected, this waxing centers on Davis trumpet stylings guest star; Feburary 13, the
in the winter holiday
always different, always Interesting. Added to the title tune Philharmonic with Claudio Ar- Beach apart
are "Prince of Darkness," "Pee Wee,""Masqualero,""Lim- rau, pianist, January 7, t b i world, this and the wide
bo," "Vonetta," and "Nothing Like You." Miami Beach Symphony with selection of hotel and apartment

lunceford'special 9stereo ft Mono CS 9515 CL 2715) Marl Tsumura, violinist; Feb accommodations. Almostat
Is typical of its title. It features the Lunceford orchestra at I ruary II, the Symphccy;: In an the door of these lodgings are
its swinging best, playing such offerings as "While Love 4 evening of "pops" music the beaches golf courses and
Lasts" "1"-aIn.t What You Do," "Cheating" on Me," "Time c' : "The Masked Ball" will be big-game ashing.
a-wastln'," "Baby Won't You Please Come Home," "Ain't presented January 24, while Within the 17 square miles of
:
; which Is
Miami Beach half of
She Sweet "Well All Y Ringllng circus ,
and Right Then. L ,..,,-. _- plays in the
Others In the collection are "Belgium Stomp" "Urn Alone 'NASSAU, Bahamas.-.Monique Marguerite, fourth child of Bahamas "Pestlna of Holy Cross Anglican Parish, Mrs. Poltler (holding Miami Beach Convention Hall water are with 3,000 apartment units 317 *sf*
With You," "I'm in an Awful Mood," Uptown Blues," "Lunce Premier Lynden O. PlndUng and Mrs. Plndllng, was Monique), Mrs Marguerite Pi doing, Gina Poltler (daughter of. January 19-21. buildings 35,000 ,
ford Spelcal," "Bugs Parade" "I Wanna Hear Swing Songs" ;l christened on December 10. Godparents are film star Sidney the godparents), Mrs. Ruble Pestlna, Hon. Lynden 0. Plndllng Also in Convention hall basket hotels with 32.000 rooms, two %
and "Whats Your Story, Morning Glory." ,oilier and Mrs. Poitler who flew to the Bahamas from New and Mr. Pettier. ball continues with the St.Louis 18-hole municipal golf coursessad .ss'1
There's never a dull moment in this group even though some York for.the ceremony.. From left: The Rev, Father Foster Bahamas News Bureau Photo Rv Howard Glass! Hawks playing the Boston Celtics -' one of nine boles,two tennis
will decry the absence of other Lunceford gems, such u "Or- J on January 25, the Los centers, two miles of oceanfront ",,
gan Grinder's Swing" "Jatznocracy," and "White Heat." Joshua !human! I Helps Angeles Lakers January 28 and parks and a dozen playground ) ?
the Philadelphia 76ers February parks; charter fishing boat ,. i
docks, the city's Garden Center "
11. The
University of Miami
-
Miss. Valley
I quint meets Maryland In the and Bass Museum of Art and ,.j;
all modern, urban trades and

Marching Band { I I New Style Cigarette professional cervices.Television .

On TV Jan. 1 r"iatni I I StarIs I'

PASADENA, CALIF or the, + Made By p, LorillardMIAMIA

second time In three years the News:
US-piece Mississippi Valley L newextra-longfil- Chosen AsGodparent
ter cigarette that comes in a
College Marching Band from i 'i
package from which the name
Itta Bena will add spirit, color can be removed Is being Introduced -

testy gyrations and revelry to MIAMI BEACH,Fla.-Another JebP r---- ;, in Florida this week. ..\
of Ros ,
the annual Tournament: landmark Is scheduled to disappear The new brand, called Century -
sea Parade. here within a few loo's, is made by P. Lor-
Sidney Poltler idol of stage ,
irgregation. which
The MVSC : kl'i Ward .
months The Nautilus hotel Company. .
13 on screen television and radio,
a & danCUit
features Biscayne Bay reigned as one of Ben Castro filed sales manager made a bet with Columbia pictures -
troupe ana six talented majore- the city's most fashionable resorts .. explained here that the on the outcome of the ::1
tes, will arrive here in five + Century '
during the 30s. More r R name Is printed on the picture now being shown every- .
chartered buses on December recently it has been a part of cellpnane wrapper Instead of where. "To Sir, With Love," l
29. Mt. Sinai hospital The hospitalnow r the package Itself and comp and won, so that his children
It makes the Out time thata plans to demolish It, use off when a pack I( opened. will never have to worry about ,
band from the Deep South the site for a more modern "It violates classic precepts the best In education in whatever ;
has had this coveted honor. building. of cigarette packaging,! Castro schools. :
Later, MVSC will perform as A number of Miami Beach,, said, "but our Intention, 'To$1r, With Love" was not ,":
an inseparable part of the five- hotel-operated night clubs pay ) to highlight the product Instead: highly touted 'and created few .
mile Tournament of Roses Parade 'j tlaur
r of the
star entertainers $25,000 a name/
2 91 notices It cost a measly $G50.
and will be seen again on LdIgO.
week and more during the winter The package for Century 000. .
NBC. season. While they admit losing IOC's Ik almost like a, stylish When the actor was asked .
Mississippi Valley State is money at such salaries operator case, according to Castro. Thin how he wanted to collect from
returning by special invitation. s figure the prestige makesup black stripes slantedacross
the takelns he chose to make ,
Director Russell Boone and hla a
for the red ink. Ilher-ruy.11nen
a gamble He had two
waysout
musicians
demonstrated "
:young background without brand In-
unusual poise In the 19BS: Tournament \;,; dentificatlon or "advertising"' a gross amount theearn- .
logs or an Installment setup
of Roses Parade.. Reports "HappyNew of any kind on the package face, lasting with the life of the play
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indicate that they are rhythmically be
said
rr
? Now the story can be told.
geared for another The Lorillard official said a
The picture expected to
: gross f
fine performance.
,full-scale
advertlsingcampalgn more titan 50000000. On the <
Both TV are awaited -
appearance for the new brand will open in Poitler
average will
receive
with suspenseful anticipation Year"196B Florida In December \
f covering'major
$25,000
per year. He will use I'
as is a concert scheduled \ 4
radio and '
newspapers, this for the education of h1a. .
at Disneyland on Dec. 30. ,television
children. This win be in add-
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I Girl Basketballers At Albany W.iII.. Play In Southern Conference j I


Football Coaches Name !! timers 1l I It
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Mostly Negro UnitALBANY mTi41t ,;"'



-Albany State College's Ramettes, girl basket* z
bailers, moved up to Intercollegiate competition with its admission -
Into the power Southern Women's AthMlc Conference t
recenuy.The .

admission of the Ramettes Z6 IMount Berry College i' .1.1tj

marks the first time apredom- ............................ Rome Ga
inantly Negro team has been ad' 27 Hlwassee College Tea.. t.s
mUted into the SWAC. nessee .... MadlsonvlUe, Tenn. '#
Edith Daniels, who coaches the .
Ramettes, announced IZ-game FEBRUARY ..aftua
SWAC cage schedule, openingin t Georgia Southewstern College -
Atlanta on December 8 ......................... Home kt f i A
against Georgia Baptist Col 3 Mount Berry College :!Lt + N

lege. The team's first home appearance ................................ Home .(K
will be on January 6 9 -Tlfl College. Forsyth, Ga ,.:,
when Tennessee's Hiwassee 15-16-17 Southern Women's ;01
College Invades Sanford Gym Athletic Conference Tourna- ; z ._ '1 II.'
nasium the lair of the ASC Ram ment ....... Madlsonville, Term. ''''!

ettes.The Ramettes,bolstered by the Mississippi Valley ;'.01"1

addition of seven outstanding 10(.
freshmen, expect to have one of :.."1
the SWAC's strongest teams in State College -,:.;
their first season conference ).
competition. Shirley Bolden, a Looking For Coach 1
Junior from Perry, Fla., tops Y Ms
,',;
:eight returning cagers who: ITT BE\A, MES.-Presldent ( 34. ( .
played on the team In its first James H.Whlte of Mississippi : "g ;. rtt t :f
year of basketball competitionlast Valley State College Is looking -
season. for a football coach to pull w
The '6768 schedule as follows the Delta Devils up by their. /A ii i :
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: bootstraps. ;,g .;"
JANUARY Mississippi Valley State is in
5-Georgia Southwestern College the move-ahead stage of Its

..........Amerlcus,Georgia short extstance, and Dr. White '..'
II Hlwassee College Ten- an enlightened educator Is .:
nessee ...................... Home seeking a coach who can give JLL ,..
12 Tilt College ....... Home the fast growing Delta schoola f..
13 -' IWest Georgia College national reputation In athletics r-* m.b :11

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...................... Carollton, Ga. man with mystical powers and Twenty four players, the nation's elite of the collegiate football season, gained positions on than 1,000of the nation's football coaches. Eastman Kodak Company Rochester,N.Y., .t
19 Georgla Baptist College he doesn't expect Immediate the team chosen by the American Football Coaches Association for their outstanding plays sponsored. the event.-Eastman Photo 'a I

-.-....--....-..-......... Home miracles, but the new coach Twelve players were picked for both the offensive and defensive teams in voting by more
must be a hustler who can Instill

Hampton Pirates sing a confidence lackluster while program.In revitali. Big Teams Bypass Bias, Ex-Athlete 1 b OEO Analyst Qn Youth TrainingBill ; I

other words, president Miller, a former-Olympic north Africa for the U.S. Department gram Analyst with the Community from Arizona State University <
Are Listed With White says he is looking for a Hire On Basis Of TalentSports athlete (1952) and holder of the of State, the government :Training: and Action Technical Program's1.Assls- ((1n 1955)) and was assistant ",
coach "who likes oldfashionedheadknocking world record for the Javelin of the Republic of Indonesia .I, track and field coach there be- .
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stance Wash
Conference Team football" may well be said to be the most integrated of human throw ((266' 8-1/2" in 1954)), and more recently the I. Division here in fore going to East Asia (Indonesia I
The Job was dangled before several enterprises. A look at the rolls will show that talent is now after more than twelve years of Asia Foundation, has joined the I ,Miller is native of Lavnslde ) as a grantee of the U.S. ,.
HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Hamp- outstanding prospects for the guideline. This is particularly true of football and bas work experience in Asia and Office of Opportunity as a Pro New Jersey.a He was graduated, Department of State. ,
ton, :Va.: Two Hampton Instl- this week, but theMVSCadmln- ketball, and certainly of baseball. I
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istratlon will not blindly - ----
tue Pirates areamongthe groupof Jump The University of Washington Mel Farr has been named.
22 men named to the Central Deeds alone will count and Dr. Huskies has Dave Carr, 6-3., VFL's offensive' rookie of the
Intercollegiate Athletic Association White is confident that the right Carr is a senior and Is leadingthe year. He hails from Detroit, .
Coaches All Confer-. man will be selected to spear Huskies in scoring with a is at UCLA, has gained 79 \\1 1J
ences Football Team. head his "also rans" into a respected 20.3 average. He Is regardedas yards and received 34 votesin
Leading the duo Is 6'3, 300-tt>. football power. one of the most exciting the Associated Press poll. J
tackle Bertrand Robinson, who Alumni could feel overly rah- stars in recent years. Carr hasa Bob Hayes stars with the Dallas 3
lead all vote getters'an offensive rah about prospects. long-range, deadly jump shot Cowboys, footballers. He '"I{
tackle slot. Robinson, a While the real football resur- can drive Inside and Is deceivingly has caught 49 passes for 998 "'.":
Pirate standout .both defensively rection is yet to come Miss fast with the !ball. He yards and 10 touchdowns. This 1968 ,;PIt
and offensively this season, Valley State is a winner in one stands out as a leading reboun- is not quite his best year. 'II)
shared the tackle slot\ with Charles respect. Dr. White has built, der. Clarence Brooks is Temple1 \
Mitchell of Vlrgttia State. the college from the drawing' 'it.A BonaVenture of Tampa leading basketbalWr He is 6-4 *... .. .. ... ,
Lionel Williams, second team board In 1950 Into the state's stars Billy Butler, with a 31.3 with a IS.8 average. : s'AU
position as quarterback. Williams fastest growing college In 1967. average. He is captain of the Well, of course, the Rams, :-.:
who led the conference In The current MVSC physical Bonnles. He is 6-3, has 40 among others have,n the first L
passing and total offense, was plant is valued at fU-mllllon. field goals and 14 free throws, line! of defense 1 Brown f,, .t
second to Morgan State's Dar- for 96 points, to lead the Bon and Deacon Jones Roger .*_ "
rell Johnson who pulled the HamptonSharpshooters ales to their 4-0 record. The UCLA Simpson has won the ".,...2II
first team signal caller slot. Bonnles are among those teams collegiate football rushing title. :
Other Pirates receiving votes votes In the Associated
receiving He rushed 1,413
yards and U !!
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as offensives' are Ed Tomlin, Press' team ranking. touchdowns in nine games. r tl
2 votes, full back Anthony Andrews Alcindor is another, from California. ,
1 vote, halfback, and Beat A&T's His record is 3,39,12, Leroy Keyes of Purdue swept ..I a
defensively Robert Thomas, 1 90 and 30.0. individual
scoring hours for 19
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vote, halfback, and defensively Florida State University at touchdowns for 114 points. uI
Robert Thomas, 1 vore, line Rifle Team Gainesville has a Negro flan Curt Flood, with the St. Louis ,. 1,oft.
backer and Donald Futrell, 1 HAMPTON mSTITUTE.Hamp- ker, Ray Bellamy, and Is Interested 'Cards, is not only a top player 0 d .lr
vote, safety. in two Negro prep He Is ,
a painter of portraits. ::1.
ton Va. Ail's CIAA Cbam-
Buc's head coach Mejyln La- ; candidates, Calvin Patterson,
bat commented, "I am very plO hands 1stilps rifle team fell at'the Palmetto and Ernest Cook, 'I",',
pleased and proud to see young of the Hampton Institute Father Lopes fullback, from 8IVETQIIGHTMS J
men make It. They are the best fighting. Pirates rifle team. Daytona Beach. ,
I've coached, and three out of "We wanted to win.we knew A point of interest, not bas ,
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the five will be back next year. we could," Coach Charles ketball, is that Jimmy Ellis, '
Thornton commented, "We are heavyweight contender, sings ; 0.1
Tulsa U. Coach shooting well this season, andI tenor In his choir in a Louis- ; / "uIt" )
expect big things from our villa Baptist church. His wife ,Ot
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I s D.f I Simpson-. UCLA's Newest Star Liked Sports And Avoided Trouble I

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I Sees Need For Program Eastman Honors AII.American Team -Ha

I 1', > __ .IiJlll":: '" -_.. ,,' ,,' "' Alcindor And yes

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I'imrlrr and return to his birthplace and practice it; : : .r

(Simpson, one a belligerent as a lineman at San Francisco's .' YORlC-Seven-foot one-inch) Junior Lew Alcindor of
Individual, according to Mrs. Galileo High school. His Job I r UCLA 6-8 senior Westley Unsaid of Louisville and 6-9 senior -
Simpson, use to roam aroundthe was tackling.' He soon became Elvln Hayes of Houston have been named to SPORT Magazlne's -
Negro area of San Fran- the fuUback,.amls4st a ma>tpr Preview AU-America Basketball team for the second
oisco and bang Wound street Chinese group of players.When 1 straight year by a panel of professional basketball scouts, reveals -
corners. For some reason, he he came to UCLA he was well y A an article in the current issue of the mazaiine.
neve jot Into trouble. A friend known. He chose as his pat- V Also named to the squad sue 'is until he faces Chamberlain
,
tern Mike Garrett. backcourt stars Butch
was nabbed for wiling marijuana Junior 'Russell and Thurmond for
and mauled< a truck drl- He has no plans for the 1968 Beard ((6-3)),UnseWs teammateat collegiate center: offer no
fer. But, according to Simp Olympics. He does not like the Louisville, and Jo Jo White him a challenge can truly
son I. that friend levnedhislestfcon Idea of a Negro Boycott of ((6-3)) of Kansas. "Elvln Hayes has the potential
t the hard way. That same the Olympics. His way of catching The panel of pro scouts Including to reach status in the
jriend" Is now & football man. breath Is by lying on the i'f Marty Blake of St. Louis NBA superstar chief scout
But OJjtound out that the bad ground for a brief spell. ) Donnls Butcher of Detroit, Colangelo, says of the Bulls. ",H.Jerry bas

would not help hint Therefore, .. Jerry ColangeloofChlcagoRed speed and surprising quickness
ftecause of his change of pace Hoi train of New York, Jerry for a man so big." Hayes' 28.4
the Krause of Baltimore Jack Me- '
'And attitudes, he Is now GramblingDillardGame points and 15.7 rebounds per
Mahon of San Diego and Pepper
choice for tops player In mostof led Houston Intothe NCAA
game
the polls. Some cay be Is the Wilson of Cincinnati, made its semi-finals last ,
season.Louisville's
greatest runner 4 all times. Was Nip Tuck"CRAMBUNG.La.Gramb11ng selections on the basis of the whoaver-
Simpson will be A the Rose kills and attributes exhibited Unseld .
aged 18.8 points and 19.4
rebounds
Bowl diamond. He wants his leads 10 by the top college players that
exhcnaged last seasonhit
and Dillard per game
.school to win. H, is ready should enable them tOSIlCCeeed
time In the opening half of a 54 percent of his shots from the
and upon leaving UCLA, may nip-and-tuck basketball game :1 In the pro gram as well as lor field. Says the Rockets' coach
,go Into the professional football their achievements as colt: .
before the Tigers from North and general manager Jack MeMahon
Geld Louisiana squeezed into a 4 8-47 : leglans. In the SPORT article
This star believe IQ a ,. Alcindor who 29
peaceful 4 z averaged '
It standup
halftime lead and made Unsaid has the build, the nat
appraocb to ape solution for a 95-87 victory. points and 15.5 rebounds per, ural touch and the desire to bea
} ciproblems.tyou can't change Grambllng Is now 4-3 for the game while posting a .667 mark fine pro toward.
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everything at ooc". We must season while Dlllard slipped to from the field and leanding Btuch Beard, Unselds team
work with the kits< and make 33. Ire UCLA to the NCAA championship mate at Louisville, made a
them better I want to do u well Hilton Gambling's and an l undefeated season,
Fred top ... strong Impression on Piston
as I can In everything,men turn lead r The :I'" ... ...r- ls a great team player,accordIng -
scorer with a 23.8average, AU-Amerlcan Coaches Football team was honored J. Simpson of Coaches coach Donnls Butcher with his
VS.C. The 1967 Ail-American Football
and else. -
help somebody both teams 32 points. week by Eastman Kodak Company. In the picture G.B.Znr. to general manager Pep- 20.5 polnts-per-game averageand
Simpson tips the scales at 202 Team Including Gary Benab Kelsiman Trophy Winner, per Wilson of the Royals.Mostof
16 and
Richard Johnson added rf Kodak .514 field
vice-president ,and'KeubenlPattadUpton goal
now, percentage,
week-end
'His height Is 6-L He were guest d Eastman In the New York Amerl.
pounds. Emanuel Cannon and Albert Associated present cameras to Leroy Keyes of Purdue and O. cana: Hotel. Photo by Eastman. the scouts agree that no one mostly on long jump shots.Says
He likes
talks easily and smiles. Hartwell each popped in 15. will know Just how good Lev Butcher "Beard bu all the
comedies. Dillard's big guns were r 'on i tools I look forms i guard:speed
'lie began organlied football Smith with 23 points,Elei, .em FIGHT CANCER Pearson And Code Hank Aaron Is Braves' Most Versatile In Football hands.qulckness, outside shoot-

Iwlth 18.John Chaney with 14,' log, defensive ability, passing.
Watch George Johnson with 13. ADd he hits both the long Jumper *-
Dominate Final Valuable
Player By RecordsHank and the drive."

This Clown Marty Blake of the Hawks,disregarding
Aggie Statistics Aaron has been chosen by the Atlanta Braves as their Kansas star Jo Jo
21--52,31 most valuable player of the year. White's 14-polnt per game

Auto Insurance GREENSBORO, N.C<-Sophomore On February Aaron will receive of things In his career. average voices the opinion of
2& 18 94 quarterback Merl Code that accolade at a ban- Aaron says he has made some most of the other scouts In
and Junior halfback Willie Pearson quet sponsored by the Atlanta changes In his style. In his ear- : naming Jo Jo to the last spot
4" Low Rates dominated ALT State Un- Writers Association of America Her years he loved golf. Ht li. on the All-American Preview
,. iversity's final football statistics and the Atlanta Braves 400 still plays golf, u well as handball team. "White does the things
7' 1 released this week. Club. and hunts. that go to make a great a11-
Easy Monthly Payments Code led In total offense and Aaron was the only) Brave to Making $100,000 a year does c round guard. He's tough, mat-
1 .3 Individual passing, while Pearson hit more than .300 and edged not bother Aaron. He Is inter- ;, ore, and a team leader," con-
was tops for the Aggies in Clete Boyer out of the running. ested In the record he can: set, cludes Blake In his evaluations
3539 53 SR-22: Filings Individual pass receiving,scoring He has led the National League and wants to be with the tops for the SPORT Magazine art-
and rushing average. Full- In home runs for the fourth In diamonders. icle.

17 91 56 ROBERT TRAVIS back AJiTs Richard leading Armstrong groundgalner.Code's was. runs time and with scored 39 and U3.drove In 109 BETHUNE 'WILDCATS 'J\ &T Aggies In

685 yards in total offense -
Sometimes He's Up,Sometime* Five times before Aaron was ca

J I He's He worMsJt Down, He all Adds around,Subtracts, I Associates, lac. the final earned CIAA him standings.ninth place Ha In looks chosen at as his MVP.trophies Aaron and says thinks he PLACE 8 MEN ON Big Tournament

also netted 551 yards and seven i.
II I- Ill E. 8th Street 'Room 10, Collier Bldg.354-7897 touchdowns In passing, goat Hampton Swim Team t' l' On December 29
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32 1512 1165 Edgewood Avenue S. 389-3483 enough for I 10th place In the 1 I SIAC GRID SQUAD I i
(483, Roosevelt Blvd 38835834 league. Craig Curry, the Florida GREENSBORO N.'c. -After
COImG AT'PRACTIO$ ; .- 't ( ?. a Edges Out Morgan DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.- Cavaliers xtra coach," Is opening the season with three
I I-' (NPIThe Bethune-Cookman formidable on the field an expert easy victories, ALT run bead
8649.218MAN'S : HAMPTON INSTlTVTE,' am- College Wildcats football team with the plgsking, say all on into consecutive setbacks by
de 3g.UrtnhWINE pton, Va.-The Hampton Institute placed eight of its members, those who see him. He la the conference rivlals St. Augustine's
I DAYSNUMBERED 10W COST1Face fighting Pirates RID team i including star pass-catching guide and stay of the Cavaliers. aid Elizabeth City,recently -
opened Its season in grand form i twins-.,Samuel and Daniel He gives signals. He passes.He .
as they edged Morgan State and I Cooper, PlantCity-oatbeSlAC runs, and he scores. He la virtually The scrappy Falcons edged the
I Lifting Of Year Home routed Johnson C. Smith In two) 'AU-Couference Team. Indispensable to the Aggies, 87-81 on AtTs home
home meets. Lead by senior Other Wildcats selected In a Cable Cavaliers. The Cavalierslost court, and the Vikings caught
Marf's" Days are Hembered.'aHealth iyoUI ROME IS OUR CONCEKN" standouts Sterling Stewart and I vote conference coaches were to Coral Gables last week.It the Aggies on the road and whip
and Fortune Can Be French Jackson with dynamic Thomas Lee, 249 pounds, offensive certainly'was not Curry's ped them, 104-86.
Yours When You Know. Your loof support from Junior sensations tackle, Pittsburgh; Pa.; fault By winning In Greensboro, St
Lucky Days. 'Carports, Torches WUfredo Santiago and Carl Ellis -' and Henry Still, 270, defensive Photo Courtesy, Florida Times Autustlne's became the owner
i the Pirates managed to i tackle, Columbus Ga. Union. of the four games A1Tbasever
ducky Colors, ece. Deis Aid General Boon closeout the 1967 part of their Named to the second team on lost In Moore Gym.
Send $Z.OO for your seasons schedule with a clean i offense was Anthony Glrsby, Kansas City The hot shooting Vikings jum-
Horoscope Guide< for Additions Are Our ,SpecialtiesWe slate. 205, fullback, from Delray; and ped on the Aggies from the
Earlier in the season the PIr-1 on the second defense team, beginning and raced to a 42-33:
DECEMBER ates merrimen finished third to. Wilbur Harrison, 220, end, Atlanta Chiefs Best halftime lead "We ran Into a
Will Finance Up To Mammouth College first place ; Willie Brown, 250,tackle team that was really up," saidAtT
Fill In the blank wtow'and and Howard University second Boynton Beach;and Alvin Wyatt, In PositionNEW Coach Cal Irvin. "They
mall to ZODIAC, Poet Office- 7 Years at the Mommouth InvitationalRelays. 180, free safety, Jacksonville. were really putting that ball la J
Box tOUt VNtNIII. Maalb"vntl.Phalan Samuel 20 to the "
Cooper
1171 Jacksonville, Fta; caught 'YROK-- even Kansas basket.
passes for 217 yards and dlz City Chief players are the best Pacing the Aggies ..refresh-
.NAME: -.-.- CALL 391-5987 touchdowns while brother In their league at their positions man Robert Brooker with 15
I STREET -.- .. *: Ce Getting music to sound right in a Daniel grabbed 18 for 313 and according to a poll of points and Jimmy Staggs with-

DATE OF BIRTH -_._.- -. .- Capitol Construction. studio is a matter of getting a three touchdowns during reg-. game scouts representing every 15 points. The Aggies resume
1'1 slat season play. Fullback team In the American Football play in the Wlnston-Salem Holiday -
I perfect balance of elements. Grlsby carried the ball(7 times League. Tournament December 29.
for 485 yrard. The scouts who move one week
I C The same! thing, I expect The Wildcats finished third In ahead of their teams'lebedUleS, Falcons' Choice
t the conference with a 5-2 record '
perfect
make their
authoritative selec-
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to getting a gin..a '
I' great The. defensive unit was ttons which appear In the cur- --
I balance of elements..drynessflavor, number one In the nation among rent Issue of SPORT Magazine.
I' I.: the works.That's what I find inCordon's small colleges twice during regular Halfback Mike Garrett Hanker
season contest.:
OtIs Taylor and tight end Fred
l Gin.9 Arbanas are the Chief offensive
Shaw U. Bears stars rated tops at their positions I

Roy Men.Com o,.", Ri.niah Musk Director/ el Btnton t SewlM (IK.,on*of and defensively end
the tiftton't lrgttl adv rlu.ne ittncmi winner KOKlutlko foundation Jerry Mays, tackle Buck Buchanan
lint CKOfln Award tnltrnilionil' ntiltlltli: ncomlnf trtiH tor* *c* **conGonJont / Snowed Under corner linebacker Bobby

a4r Bell and safety Johnny Robinson
NC get the nod.
1 By EaglesRALEIGH At the all-Important quarterback

slot, the New York Jets' ,.
h N.C,-The Shaw Joe Namath won t the berth by a
University Bears, playing before comforgable: margin over Len I
2,500 persons In the First Dawson of Kansas City and John
S f Annual Capital City Classic, at Had of the San Diego Charge,.. ;
the Dorton Area, lost to the The running backs chosen In
May Chrittnnet Joy the .'long, bring happiness nil day long Eagles of North Carolina College the SPORT poll are Garrett at a
: at Durham by the score of
halfback and Jim Nance of
the
lf< ipcrtle and cheer remain with you throughout the y..r.3t 10581.
M.y Boston Patriots, at fullback, The Atlanta Falcons know a
The Eagles, featuring Big (P- .both with very strong support. good plgsklnner when they set
''') Lee Davis of Raleigh con- Among the receivers Lance Al- one. Good authority reveals that

trolled the game throughout worth of San Diego at split end, Claude Humphrey, Tennessee
having a lead at one point of Taylor at flanker, and Arbanas Atl All-American defensiveend
kr twenty-five points. At halftime at tight end, were virtually m-< tackle, Is their No.1 college -
the Bears were behlne by 20 i challenged.On prospect. Humphrey, 255-
points 56-36. The only) bright the offensive line Ron Mix pounder isdescrlbedasa"leanbowlegged
spot for Shaw's Bears came in of the Charges ied.iim Tyirer growing boy." They
the latter part of the second ,of the Chiefs for the tackle slot, Till"get him tf be is available
halt, when the Bears cut the ,and Billy Shaw of the Buffalo in the January 30 pickings The
23 point lead to ten points. biBs edged Ed Budde of Kansas lFalcou will be third behind the
N.C.C,quickly regained most of i City at guard. Center Jim Otto Cincinnati team and the Minnesota -,.
that when Davis, a tester" ,of the Oakland Raiders was a team.The Falcons believe
came balk! Into the lioe-up for |runaway choice. Humphrey can add 40 more
his team.Shaw never threafenea On defense, Kansas City's pounds to his poundage Above

after that. loeeahwGte At one point during the 1
game, were easy winners at end, .his
Open Sundays AI NOOK the Eagles outdistanced the 1 j tackle, corner linebacker and
Plenty Parking Oln cnMhrt to Bears, 151. This was aboutm1d'ny ,
London, I hand to int.Ifi safety respectively, according:
In*biggest sd"r In tntltnd, the Initial period. Shaw 1(to the tabulations in SPORT1lap.sJne BUY U.S.
A/nrfc*.cntf In*worW.nNNTW led only twice during the ganvt, j
CALLAHAN, FLA. U. S:1: : 1 Just Across The County line 4-3 and 1-7 and the two squads .j Buonlconti, u were at the middle Patriots'Nick linebacker -

in NnmMivnstiunm.........,.,..La,u.I.u were tied three times (Z-2,11-- '1 and Oakland's Kent Me- SAYING BONDS
11, and 13-13). :.Cloughan:: at eornertock.

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I _Florida Charities, inc. Helps Money Defrays Expenses Of HELP WANTED lAY lie A PtllLEI


ta, e!, Major Educational EffortsThe Products Call Part-time.7M.Utl.male Key Educational or female.. EVERY BAY IF


Radon F. Robert Charter of the Florida Association of Ylli LIFE
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4 DECA (Distributee EducationThe 1 Clubs America) located at Many seem smaller once they
New Stanton Senior High School made a contribution of ISABELLA IF PARIS are understood. Let me try to

$100.00 to the 1967 United N igro College Fund Drive at the That's Mel I have the AaacIrtt help you with your Personal)
final meeting of the UNCF Committee In Duval County. superior tonic tablets Problems. Confidential All
: The meeting was held at Eb- ship in the field of distribution. for all the things you want to pep do. Mall postage to this codhtry
tneter Methodist Church with Advisors for the chapter are Box tit 30, $1.00. Satisfaction zs'J
.+ru D bh James C. Cameron secretary prof. Rodell F. Roberts for guaranteed or Money back For OMEGA .riDept
of the Wino Dixie! Stores Inc, whom the chapter was named, Men and Women .''
Foundation, presiding. Mrs. Myths P. Thomas and : m

vr Cameron served as Countywide Principal Charles D. Brooks P,0. (oa 230, Dept S. Box 29, Uultenburg, C.itt
chairman of the annual SoisthNicaa

fund raising committee.The FURN. ROOM Gary Indiana
check was presented by

Miss Paula of the J.DECA Tribune Chapter, president of- FOR RENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN THE POffER OF PRAYED

k' New Stanton Miss Tribune said Working female preferred.Call OF au ACE* CHILDREN DO TOO 'NEED
that the chapter made a contribution after 5 p.m. 7689973.
s9I Take NewiMPROVEDNL'tURETABLETS
HELP
that ? Or has God gives yea
and
In 1968 of $32.00
for that tired '
rundown everything you need. In any
I Pi V ; the group decided to increasethe feeling that keeps you from case, write n"e, The man who
I amount this year In order to
t NEED MONEYNeed enjoying life knows all things are possttA
r urge Bethune-Cookman Collegeand JlOO Tablets $3.00.200 Tablets with Col Write your wlsherto
the other thirty-five predominantly Money I buy wind-up 15.5,00. $1.00 deposits' on me. God'iBnssagetofree.SeBd
;: __ Negro institutions of record players kerosene lamps c.o.oVt. :only 10 cents for postage v
: __y higher learning to add courses records.. Call 387-2798 before EMPIRE: PRODUCTS A SALE*

: In marketing, distribution and 1 p.m. Dept. FS, S937 N.BraadnylChicago ) W. C, Service', Box 494-tV,
distribute education to .their,; ILL. 50626 Detroit: ,,Michigan 48204. N
I respective academic curriculain
M 4ff 4 order for more Negro youth ROOM FOR RENT
to receive formal training and
FOR ryINTEGRATED
exposure to this field of en- Prefer Couple or single lady. SALE

.ifeavor. Call 354-7310.
a Miss Tribune Implied that if MOTEl & RESTAURANT ..,

Ugh school students who are LOCATED AT NORTH CITY LIMITS ON U. S. HIm&
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engaged In part-time school and "
pert-time employment training p1 cJ:' WAY NEAR PROSPEROUS NEGRO NEIGHBORHOOD ,

caQ could donate an impressive \) ')v 14 Modern units with T.Y., W.W. Carpets room phones
} I'i' amount to the UNCF and other 40 seat modern restaurant completely equlpped/feflounn*.*
1 ,such causes that college level ness of owner forces the sale of this money maker. Land alone,e
'Ibe-three smaing young ladles in the picture are smiling because ., trtbutlon of gifts, baskets, and in the spreading of cheer. students with similar Involvement is worth the aakingprkeof$105,000,00Downpeymentof $35.000()
of the smiles they have been able to bring to the faces of Deacon Hillman stands at the left. Left to right, the ladles are, could ft o even better. "f 'itJ required. Owner wlU consider trade for real estate.Reply Bo*
I needy parents and families as they work along with Deacon Ethel Brewton Angela Mitchell and Jacquelon Webster. The RodeL F. Roberts Chap- 9142,.Jacksonville 32208 'aJ}
Joshua HUlman founder of Florida Charities, Inc. In the dis- Photo By Emerson ter Is one of hundreds of such

high school organizations representing -

Teen Agers Get Detroit GetsManagers' Mississippi Negroes high school more students than Twenty-80,000 ROME IMPROVEMENT I

I Get two hundred are In the state of.Florida Ervtng Construction Home improvement '"
Store New Ordinance New Uplift Approximately 150 are two houses can be
In the local school system. bought in city, low down payment BC"j1f1
Jackson, Miss: For 1,000 needy families la Mississippi the
On
$10 Pocket Loot Occupancy Christmas season was brightened! :aid I inade'ruty merry 'OK The chapter has a long list of ; house repairs no money
the Rift of a West Coast philanthropist who personally special activities and more donations down. We loan money houses
The usual rash of tragic happenings DETROIT- accompanied by accidents ordinance has been Fayette and 200 In Yazoo City for a total of 20000. causes. However their money if needed Located
brought death to several, passed In tale rio -scarred city The donor of these Christ- ble for him to bring actual group and Individual objectives 1210 1/2 Davis St. 3548703.
and In addition ,which turned down a similar j
injuries to others IOU cheer gifts Is John Factor, baskets with him. have to do with preparing for
of t h e measure four years ago. Ap-
the balancing worthwhile positions of leader.
business
self-made
a wealthy Earlier this following
Country Markers budget proval of the ordinance Is part year MOTEL We are proud'II annowcihe compitl/rJtt oj the rll ,
Friendly latter bytwoteenagers. of a state-wide drive for passage mil and phllaattirgplst! of Los the February assassination! ofWiorlest ...........,..... ........ .. POI wi" of the.NBORO
the SUMMER RATE ,
Angeles. He became Interest! Jackson In Natcher
According to Partolman J.F. of bousing measures. Flint In the plight of poor Negroes Mr. Factor set a trust furl __ ,
Parmenter M.L. .Fletcher,Jr., and Birmingham (Mien.) have up 12 rooms Private bath $5.00)) n. ,. LIPS
r..r
01 families in Mississippi thrown:l for the slain NAACP lead's Semi-private$4 Ob .. .
passed 18
recently open-occu
,manager the market at 3803 rooms -M.fO.YMNLIL.MM
Evers NAACP state
uhaftMus.lteroo Claries family. Following the Watts riot RATE vttW -- .
|Moocrlof, said a teenager came pancy ordinances HAP"'EWI DAY, ---.--
in and asked about cigars at and Port Nunn The next. field Ar'onutt'jted director.: l 1)r the RA,. H. dollars In 1966, recreation he established center million in the fl or 2.persons) -
about 3 pJn.Yh1le engrossed in goal of and the other New ordinance Detroit committee bani Hartford Brookins of Los Angeles area. [I! EDuEWOOD MOTOR COURT' ===: i=
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the conversation with" the: discrimination in rentals and Factor: flew here to make During the brief visit In Mississippi .INTEGRATED: 8995r |:..::.- = J!
"Christmas bandit, Fletcher sales exempting small rooming the personal presentation to families Factor and Brooklns Sill u.s. 1,Cor.Ed6'wood Ave. --- H
saldhe, was hit on the head by houses, selected by the NAACP were accompanied by Evers, "M ,Phone,754-0003,-Always Open II
another youngster. The latter Mississippi Emergency Rolle Alex Waltes, temporary di'
was fortified with a sawed-off Fund After the dli'rlbufloaol rector of the NAACP-S Mississippi .
rifle. The loot was $10, from the In Fayette Factor and:
money relief
program
the manager's pocket. They did Dr., King Gets. 'alld,1111 par jTjc4flli.lt. /,\. Jack !Vounj) an NAACPlawyer,* 1" -. .. EARNING and LEARNING ..
not bother T.
the register apparently In zoo"City, Br>jl.=' it'Wrtlnhfce,. ,of Jackson
having sufficient Christ, SCLC Army for compliUw ff hU mitt!xi.'
mas loot. He (:ill tie rrjwd'i. Hat Hi,
A more tragic Incident was the StrideATLANTA Boston PreacherHas
March w< iKVjtcjrwnl: ai \ eilU: art
charging with murder of Mrs. poor tmmltfmt levy! riisit: Boys & Girls Can Make Money
Betty Gene; Hall, 25, In the fatal Martin Luther darns :
: Dr. in Chl"agisnor" Ott; 1,11 New, Scheme '
stabbing of her husband with a King's complete remaking d, a npvcttl J1np.\lInl'JJI'D': ;. ,'if I .
kitchen knife John Frazier the SCLC may Infer the strong. / rr'JIIiI8. and the problem
Hall, 2116 Mars-Venus Court,' est and most powerful plant of the poor. He asked that each For ProtectionBOSTON Hundreds Of Florida Slar Newsboys x
Apartment B, died In Duval bos' for "massive civic disobedience family use Its $20 bill in the ;
pital last Saturday according in the history of the or- sense of $ holiday "basket of; : A technique that slum ,
to Patrolman J. Doe. Money It, tanlzatlon. cheer" since It was impossl- residents across the nation' Are EARNING From $1. Io $10.00 Weekly 1
to said, was the cause of the Dr. Xing remains the chief might use to get quick police ,
fatality. When she reached Into Some years ago funds came assistance has been suggested Aid LEARNING to do business.
the dead man's pocket for finance from citizens and ocanlzaUonsover Southern U. by Rev Virgo Wood, a residual
claimed the woman, he with of the Roxbury area. hr 'I".
the country. However
pulled a small knife from her the changes made SCLC will' Professor Is In testimony before the U.s., YOUNGSTERS I If you are smart and r 6

dresser and swung at her. A. ask for assistance from big Commission on Civil Rights,
stab wound in his side led to business.A Held For FraudNEW Rev. Wood Indicated that a person want to earn your own money this Is' the '"' f'a

his death. Chicagoan, William A. Rutherford ORLEANS-The Orleans despairing of gettng policeto :
The often-repeated warning come to his aid might tell '
Is executive director Parish grand Jury last week m
tgalnst smoking In bed resultedin His first move was the painting returned a true bill Indicting' them aNegro is beating up a way fo do It..

death from strangulation for of the Atlanta office.Hell a college Livy P.Wilson professor at] white man.According. '
Leroy Glover 803 West Monroe and holds a doctorate Southern Nw.Or to Rev. Wood"One
man university's
a 28-year-old man.Investigator: from the Sorbenne. His chief leans branch, of taking $1,20( ( family had called the police PARENTS I Your child may'not need IL
J.M. Beck and Detective Sergeant because of an Incident In the
of staff, BernardLafayettewinbe from the mother of two girls .
J.M. Parker said GloVer with the big In fraudulent business area. They waited 10 minutes
charged getting an allegedly -
was pronounced dead on arrivalat march readied for the sltdowi school.operation. 15 minutes, 20 minutes, and money, but the training gained as 8 newsboy, ;. '
Duval Medical Center. It.was in Washington. They will not! The mother claimed she paid there was no response,
assumed that fumes from a change the policy of camping the money to Prof. Wilson and ;tie someone was smart e-
burning sofa caused his asphy for short periods only in chosen Us white companion, Robert ough to think of calling thepo- will help him to be successful in later life.
xiation. areas, according to Lafayette Taylor who was also indicted. u saying, 'Get out here quick,
A train hit a car. The car to said that local citizens She averred that since cash was thre Is a Negro beating up a. .
a total wreck. Three people will be encouraged to lean on required, she had signed a promissory white man.
were Injured. This happened at "their own resources." note for the balance "The police were there In two Many of the most ,successful min were ? w' .

,a Moncrief railroad crossing Andrews Young King's top which had been turned over toa minutes.
early this week, at about 2.15: aide, to now executive vice president loan company. rev. Wood, in tellling the story
a.m. Jackie Stubbs,1S62 Franklin His ULs have been It was charged that some 30 complained of a"100 keeper at Newsboys ""'
25 years old, was driving: turned over to Rutherford. Ba other students had been treatedIn titude" maintained by police in
north on the street. He drove yard Rustln to King's philosophical a similar manner and that after relation to black residents
right Inot a movlnr freight train. advisor.Rustin to director the money had been collected His remarks were part of
His station wagon couldn't of the A.PMlllp Randolph House the school closed and no ;testimony submitted to the commission -| Start A Route Anywhere You Live In
knock the train off the track but of New YorkMaryland classes were held for the stu on the bleak condition
had to yield right of track IolaIrfcM1ckens. dents. of the nation's inner cities. ,I.
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38, Z549 West 45th Allegedly the school had an accredited Florida '
'and Louise McDonald, 30,1780 Judge's faculty of local teachers
Davidson, suffered shakeupsand many of whom were said
multiple bruses and abras Slate Agency Probe to bold doctorate degrees In We'll Pit Yn Ii Bisiuss
ions. They were treated at hospitals various fields. Some of those Baker County

and released. The train accused were brought before
was moving at a slow pace of Racial Remark Spun I grand Jury. A few said their School BoardIn ,
15 miles hour. The car was } ,roc
per names had been used without
COUPON
listed as traveling at 33 miles ,WASHINGTON-(NPI-A racial knowledge and that they had no FILL OUT THIS TODAY Qj
per hour. Which rate to safer?' 'slur uttered by Circuit Court connection with the schooL Hot Water i' .
Thomas Smith, 67, 4330 Mon Judge William B.Bowie of su- ,
crlef, died as a result of a collision buran Prince George's county, Family Study Baker County Florida, must' ', Miami '
FLORIDA STAR- 501814W.7th Ave. Florida ,
of his car with a city bus has sparked an investigation by on February 19>, 1968, give an f
Friday night at Forty-fifth and t the Maryland Commission on Grant Is GivenTo account of Its delay In the matter

Spring Grove Road. An autopsywas Judicial Disabilities. of desegregation. The ...-....-...-........................-................
to be planned following his While sentencing Eila Mae Florida A&M school board is charged with FIRST NAME LAST NAME F r
death Saturday In t local hospital. Brown, 53, to prison in the fatal violation of and noncompliancewith t r

stabbing of her boy friend, ;;'I'ALLAHASSEE-Tbt Florida A the Civil Rights Act. r
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The autopsy was suggested he- Judge Bowie was quoted assaying AM University Office of Continuing WJl. Mann chairman, was to 1
cause Smith did not appear' to be ; flU they (Nenoes) want Education has announc- appear in Washington on December .

seriously Injured. Hovnrer, to live like animals let them "ed a grant under Title I,Higher 28. The meeting was ...--....-...........................................
Mrs. Smith, upon his complaint, stay In a pen." Education Act of 1365 In the postponed at the request of the ADDRESS STREET t NUMBER PHONE NO.
took him to the hospital. The report He also lectured Irs. Brown' amount of $23.UB.OOforaeom. board attorney '
was made by Duval Road about "Negroes and the use of munity studies project entitled Srtool Superintendent Alan
Patrolman Lieutenant A. H. knives." for Successful Mar- Htrvey lamented that "If the
"Building, Send my child 20 copies of the Florida Star on
Starling. At the same would time,have be denieda meanta rlan, and Family Ule." School board ls Judged fn noncompliance crjdh to start biro In, business. I will pay the \',', .
motion mat defense The project will be directed with the Title VI Florida Star -11$ / for each copy be sells. Those t '
new trial for Francis her, after X.Cae- by Robert HJSmHh. author of portion of the'Civil Rights Act that are not .sold, 1 win return and win not be '
attorney induced the project and Assistant Professor of 19M, the schools will standto required to pay for unsold Cobles.SIGNATURE .
'IUY U.S. gler, Jr. said she was of Sociology at the Uni lose ail federal aid, which'
to plead qullty to manslaughter versity. Alfred UMorrto Assistant amounts to about 170000. --
;by a prosecution promise that, Professor Economics:. .Failure to comply means delays -NNN N-NNNN..NNN N
SOWS would be placed on probation
SAYING she will sen as associate director brought about by guideline requirements. OF PARENT OR GUARDIANSATURDAY ,
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