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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 24, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00747

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 24, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00747

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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the Madeline sheriff and Pearsall his two is deputiesfor suing

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any wrongfully justification.detaining her without P : .

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(New Bern Division),states NORMAN E. JONES TO RUN
that on Nov. 29, 1966, Robert Action Of Racist
Whorton who was then the I I
sheriff of Pamlico County, FOR U.S. SENATE SEATST.
North Carolina, entered the
home of Bertha Wright to see In Police PETERSBURG-Norman E. Jones,56,of St. Petersburg,
her husband. Unable to find .1' 'Aiding' announced Monday his candidacy for the
U.S. Senate
her husband, the sheriff T_ ,,_*__ __ .....__. ....... l .R..- -1..11.- -..-."."........... In 1964.

threatened to arrest her but |SAN ANTONIO, TEXASPresident Johnson watches as Pfc.. Felton lStirs Jones described himself as He and his wife, Mary Louise,
left the house. W. Frost of Dubach, Louisiana is unloaded from a medical evacua, an "unemployed public live at 252117th Ave S.
The sheriff allegedly returned tion plane at Kelly Air Force Base Pfc. Frost, an infantryman CommunityThe relations consultant, Jones said he would nave an iIfORMAIf
shortly thereafter with his two who was wounded by a booby trap in the Vietnam newspaperman, photographer advantage over the other
deputies and began to beat and ,of the servicemen fighting, was one radio announcer and politicalanalyst candidates: "They have to hire
to
btrlke Bertha Wright and her receive a personal Christmas welcome from Christmas night arrest of a Jacksonville Negro resident public relations, advertising.
women guests including I'President Johnson when they arrived at Kelly AFB. by a CltJ police wbo was supposedly aided by a shotgun-carrying A native of Lawrence, Kan.,
Madeline Pearsall. i UPI TELEPHOTO white racial agitator has aroused some concern among Negro Jones attended public schools
According to the complaint leaders. in Kansas, la Los Angeles and
the sheriff and his deputies "" Arrested..Arthur J.Robinson Several leaders have in Kansas City, Mo. 43'Q5

'severly and savagely Injuredthe "* Discrimination TIM'"! .J", ;' 14, of 1517 W. 16n St., by expressed doubts about Folks' He said be had got "p.U.ar'from
plaintiff'' w"ltk'ekjacki, ., Jury 'Jfctrolman! '..June"L: Lumen motives-In getting..hls;shotgun "university olBealStreet .
pistols and rlll..." : .'' with in Memphis, the university -
a the help of Warren Folks,I out and firing it downtown when
After4 assaulting the women, .H.* WaS I/a$1$ .I Jacksonville's arch sogrega-'. .the policeman who also had a of Harlem la :New, York
the sheriff and his men left r.' "? .j j tm[:::..'""frl1. gun took it out but did not fire City and many other universl-'
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the ;home without making any Charged'yN gro'In At Station t1 It: ties throughout the natIoo-
attempt to.secure medical aid i The action of Folks, known generally called the street-
for the Injured but returned TAMPA A 39-year-old U constant agitator who has where toe people exist"
several days later andarrestedthem g ;d In securing that education he
Progress Village man claimed deliberately tried to stir up ,
on the grounds of breach Trial For Thursday, Dec. 22 that be was .....- conflict with Negroes Is regarded said, be has done "various and
of the peace.According. Rape'NEW beaten about the face at police .: ",00(f by many asa trigger- assorted work," including
to the LDF headquarters after he was ,. :"" 'J, .t< l N happy deed which could have waiting on tables,shining shoes, E. JONESspeechwrltlng
attorneys, t these above acts arrested on a drunk driving been fatal to the policeman, bartending newspaper reporting .
were committed "unlawfully, YORK, N. Y.-Asserting that the systematic exclusion charge '" 'h tr ," '" of the suspect or other cltttens. and radio aseuch(. political
willfully, intentionally with of Negroes and women from juries In Mississippi courts Thomas J. Rogers, 5007 17th ,.,..-J',. Ar'N' :.. plttK I It Is felt that city officials He came to Florida 16 years analysts:, research and public'
malice" and were "calculatedto prevents a fair trial, the American Civil Liberties Union today Street, complained that the Ayf( ,i>."TI,. a;''>1 ill ; Iy should take appropriate action ago and for several years was opinion agencies. I will perform -
deprive the plaintiff" of her urged the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to ordera Incident happened Wednesday ,f. f" JI ReRe'''' to curb Folks keeping a gun a radio announcer in Tampa.He and direct these vital,
rights against unwarranted and retrial in a federal district court for a Mississippi Negroconvicted right Dec. 21. "(If' MJIf!I Nrabyjjtafed on his premises since be has has lived In St. Petersburgfor Important activities myself
arbitrary arrest and usault. .of raping. a white woman., Rogers, father of three children (; eYA tr.6 ar proven himself Impetuous and seven years. based on my own knowledge
The LDF suit is attempting hue MTU uoerues group U form over .uDSta C..h" said be bad stopped<< near reckless in his use of the Asked what Jobs be has held and experience."
to recover damages from the representing Richard Bass, a In addition to the exclusion of Adamo Drive to help a friend weapon. It Is recalled that Folks here, Jones said: "Like a lot He also said:: "Since I
defendants for violating the Negro who was convicted of Negroes from juries, arguesthe with a stalled car. He said as has also stalked into the city of Negro men, Pve had trouble expect no contributions from
plaintiffs constitutional rights rape and sentenced to death In brief, Negro women in be got back in bis auto, ball with his gun and on occasion finding a job, but my wife special Interests, I will be the
by subjecting her to false arrests December, 1964 by the Circuit particular are excluded In It started to "shimmy" on the has actually menaced the Mayorof works, and I'm not complain only candidate absolutely free
assault and battery. Court of Warren County, Miss. Mississippi's statutory denial and be was WARREN FOLKS the city. Ing." of conflicts of Interests, the
The suit is asking for the sum Because Warren County systematically to all women of right to serveon stoppedoupghoiHar<< tlonlst and racial agitator. sole candidate whose only Interest -
of $100,000 for special and excludes Negroes Juries.\ Bass "Is entitled Rogers added that when be Lumen said Robinson slugged Is the people>>
general damages, and the sum from Juries, the Mississippi! to be Indicted and tried before was taken to the station, the him when he attempted to call Ask Halt Of Federal Cash "In this era' of political p-
of $200,000 for punitive Supreme Court reversed the juries from which members ...,\.f P04. 7J:_ for an accident Investigation sets, 1 have u much chance
damages conviction on February:7 IH8 of bis race have not been excluded unit after Robinson's auto To as was given Claude Kirk and
The attorneys handling the and ordered a new trtaL The ," the Union brief backed Into newspaper vending Tern Urban Renewal others who have confounded
case for LDF are Conrad 0. state Supreme Court had found asserts. machine at a curbside on Hogan pollsters and political
Pearson of Durham, N. C.; that for 1963 and 1964 a total In calling for the removal of WASHINGTON -The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban experts" -
Reginald L. Frtzler of New of 35 or 40 Negroes, 2 1/2% Bus' trial to a federal court, St.Luman said Robinson pulleda Development received a complaint from the NAACP Legal The bask plank In his platform
Bern, N. C.; Julius Chambers of the prospective jurors, were the Civil Liberties Union brief knife u they wrestled on the Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) calling for the halt Jones said, Is a "lameduck -
of Charlotte, N. C.; and called for jury service In a maintains that the Warren ground The officer said be Director-Counsel: Jack Green- county where the Negro male County Circuit Court "has grabbed Robinson's left hand, mis complaint, tne last remedial ..violation or reoerai statutes in oeieaiea puouc omcuis iron,
berg and Michael Meltsner of population over 21 was 42%. shown that it will not permit which held the knife, and pulled I remedy prior to formal that no dwellings "conforming obligating their political
the New York office On March 14 Bass was rein- the appellant to have a jury out his service revolver, but! litigation sets the stage for a to urban renewal standards are subdivision beyond their terms!
dicted by a grand fury in the which Is constitutionally composed did not Ore the gun. new thrust of litigation against available to persons to be displaced of office..
Off To Viet Nam same Warren County court. He ." The brief adds: "It Folks ran up with a shotgun local urban renewal agencies who are Ineligible for Jones said his biggest problem
sought to quash the Indictment, has flagrantly disregarded the and fired once, lumen said, across the nation which ,public housing" would be raising the filing .
To See Mink alleging that not only Negroes mandate of Its own superior without hitting either the young overlook rights of Negro city Other violations of f.ral1&w ''fee for the Senate race, which
------ -- tat women too continued to be court. To require the appellantto Negro or the officer, both of: dwellers. cited in the LDF complaint stem is 10 per cent of the $ ,OOO
excluded from the jury. But vindicate his right on appeal whom were on the ground. Folks The LDF Is also asking the from the fact that: annual salary senators.
the trial court denied Bass' under these facts would," In then retreated to his barbershop Department of Housing for a displaced persons Ineligible
motion effect, deny him the right in THOMAS J. ROGERS and emerged with a .baseball prompt hearing on this complaint for public housing are being Takes Kodak Post
"The ACLU brief argues that Issue." The brief points out ..beaten by police bat, clubbing over asserting that the offered vacant lots.
Bass "should be allowed' to that after the Mississippi beating happened without provocation the bead and breaking the bat, proposed West side Urban (these vacant lots are "10r ROCHESTER, N. Y. --
remove his pending criminal Supreme Court ordered a new and be later required according to Luman. Renewal Project deprives r cated In areas clearly less Olds E. Flnley Jr.. associate
trial to the federal courts" trial for Bas because of the treatment for bruises about the Robinson has denied that be Negro complainants of equal ,desirable than the proposed director, National Urban Lea*
because Mississippi! voting and exclusion of Negroes from face, a blackened and bloodshot pulled a knife on the patrolman. protection of the laws and due urban renewal area with regard 11I8, from U81-U65bujoJDed
Jury statutes discriminate juries, the trial court "made right eye and possible It was reported that the weapon process under the 14th Amendment to public utilities and Eastman Kodak u a marketing
against Negroes Although theJury no change In Its method of Jaternallojurle.. was found in Robinson's pocket commercial facilities" associate with the company's.
statute does not seem to summoning prospective A formal complaint has been after be was arrested Jack Greenberg, LDF The LDF complaint further director of education markets'development.
discriminate by race-every Jurors." The fact that the lodged by Rogers with the Director-Counsel, stated: asserts that Pulaskl officials .
male citizen over 21 who Is a Warren County court denied NAACP and l higher: police Negro Becomes "Urban renewal has too often are In violation of the Department Finley Is former execnllvedirector
"qualified elector" Is a competent Bus' motion to quash the officials. His trial Is set for consisted ef Negro removal of Housing's Urban : of the Community
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WASHINGTON: Celebrated juror, the brief contends, Indictment, argues the ACLU Wednesday, Dec. 28.Multiracial. Employe 01 Year Until now apart from a case (Renewal Manual in that: Action Program for Rochester
Negro author and television -"It enshrines by reference.. brief Is "a clear statement which the LDF won In NashvilleIn boundaries of the proposed and Moaroe. County, N. Y. ,
personality Louis Lomax has the evil purposes of Missis that the appellant cannot enforce Club CHICAGO -- A licensed 1994, the courts have not development "have been drawnto He will work on the: develop
been granted permission by the sippi's voting statutes, themselves his rights In that court." stationary engineer at Swedish protected the rights of Negroes exclude a group of white ment of ideas, products, and
U. s.' State Dept. and the North unconstitutional their The Union brief was preparedby Slated To Close Covenant Hospital has become against this threat. occupied houses adjacent" to programs for the expansion
Yhtaamese government to visit Intent and effect of discrimination ACLU cooperating attorneys the first ,Negro worker to be "We have just furnished our the Negro homes nationally of Kodak's business
Hanoi and Interview North Vietnamese against Negroes." Bertram Perkel and R. Jess SALISBURY. Rhodesia -The named "employe of the ,ear" 250 cooperating attorneys with .' "Uese white occupied houses in education markets, and also
,. President Ho Chi Minn. Jurors oust first be electors: Brown, ACLU legal director National Club,only multiracial at the white-area hospital legal materials spelling out have been permitted to renain'as assist in establishing contacts
Unlike Comedian Dick Gregory and the Mississippi voting Melvin L. Wolf, and Alvin J. society In Salisbury, was slated Rndy Smith, 27, has worked means of enforcing the rights nonconforming uses in an with principals In educational
who bad been having troublein statutes prevent Negro Bronsteln, staff c"oanM1Tor-tbe to close Dec. 31 when Its lease for eight years at the hospital.His of Negro citizens against being Industrial gone" fields and in continuing broad:
a proposed trip to Viet Nam, "enrollment upon the rolls of Lawyers Constitutional Defense on quarters In a downtown hotel wife, Blanchle also Is employed uprooted and then compressed "there are competing exploration of education mar:
Lomax received briefing from qualified electors," the Union Committee of ACLU.Explosion plred. there. further Into the ghetto demands for the 43 units of kets.
the brief The "This proceeding Is the first public housing presently being As an Urban League executive,,,
State Department prior to ote.. "The mere fact white minority Smith completed both his grade
making the trip. that the Mississippi J Jury statute Kills Man government has IndicatedIt school and high school education In a series." :constructed' under a previous he directed the orplliD cll'*
The 44-year-old, Georgia- makes no mention of race Is PLANT CITYJobnDJlIJne.., would support permission '' while worki>at theAAnnattive The Pnlaskl Housing public housing project." national program In educationand
born writer,is author several of no moment and.,without':legal about 40, died late Saturday under the pro-segregation Land Authority, despite formal requests All told, the projected West- youth motivation, designed
magazine articles and anvils substance," asserts the ACLU night when a kerosene heater Apportionment Act for a multi- of Alabama, be won for consideration by''* sle Urban Renewal Project will to promote better quality la
Including "The Negro Revolt." brief. "The law will not permit exploded and flames destroyed racial club In the center of a diploma from Lake View High Negroes, has proposed project effect total clearance by clearing education for all children and
Lom .t Is also noted asa one to do Indirectly what be a frame duplex borne here. I 0* city bat the club has been School after returning to his that would remove Negroes away 52 structures and to motivate disadvantaged
lecturer: and has a weekly cannot do directly. To bold Jimmy Mackabrother-in-law I able to find premises only In studies while holding down his from ''a highly desirable area. displacing 40 Negro residents, children and adults toward
television program otherwise would be to exalt of Bines, was burned I the main Negro quarter. hospital job. LDF attorneys point out that 24 owner-occupants and 22 tenants gref.er vocational' achieve
ment.
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?FLORIDA STAR To Be Equal '


NEWS ... -

M. YOUNG JR.
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company By wrnirrcr

ENFORCING CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS
MEMBER of ,
:r'1 The civil right bills passed by Congress to the put several
years form the basis for ending legal segregation: and imlnatlon -
NEGRO P TIONAL ; In many areas,of American: Ufe-4f theyan enforced
But thafs a very big "11." for there are distorting Indications
that government administrators are under mounting pressureto

:ERIC 0. SHPSON ...Kiniiif Edith w.t This"go especially slow": In enforcing applies to them.officials who

charge of assigning federal funds to load)
NIBA IDOTEN.Cireilitiii Mniftr; governments and private agencies. Title VI of I
vwws.s.ehe .wehu the 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids such funds to
any agency or company that discriminates: It
2323 Mucriif had hut Elfii 4-8712 is the prime weapon in the government's arsenal
against segregation especially in education: ;
Mtiliif Addnss' J school districts are In dire need of federal funds
This helps explain why U. S. Commissioner of Education
,. Harold Howe has come under attack. When Commissioner
P.O. BII 539 Jjcksiitilli, Flirldi' 32201 Howe set up guidelines to assist local school districts to

desegregate, he was subjected to attacks of the most vulgar
MIAMI OFFICE ,sort. One Southern congressman called: the distinguished
commissioner, educated at Yale and Columbia, "an idiot"

5011 NW 7tl All. Pfcm 751-3878; : : and "ignorant.
: Even more serious were the Congressional attempts
SUBSCRIPTION RATES s e t to weaken his office's: efforts to enforce Title VI. This has
One Year 16.00 Half Year $4.00 resulted in a showing feeling on the part of many Southern
die-hards that they can get away with their old patterns of
in the United States
to You Anywhere '
Nailed segregation. Some Southern educators: who convinced their
Subscription payable in advance, school boards to begin desegregation on the ground that it was
Send check or Money Order to; : Inevitable are now in deep trouble because their towns noel

FLORIDA STAR P.O, BOX 809 feel that they moved too soon, and that no one will compel them.to .

Jacksonville 1., Florida desegregate after all. .
Many school: boards have been encouraged to Ignore then
federal official: said, when we call on
guidelines.school: officials for compliance they Just laugh at us."

Are Public Schools Really FreeOur '? w .. cs.; ?.. In the North too,' many local boards feel they can continue

...-..............-..- --_.._a:4 0y4" de facto segregation unhindered by the law.
To listen to some of the complaints made against Mr. Howe
school government books, and many in and his understaffed inspectors, one would imagine that they
SHOW LEADERSHIP AT HOMEI!
the field of ,education, talk so freely BUT FIRST, We MUST are ruthless tyrants. But only 32 school: districts out of the
about our free public schools. But"some 27,000 in the nation, have been deprived of federal funds because -'

things are taking place in these schools ,--- --- -- -- -- --- --- --", they refused to begin to destgreate. Mr. Howe has given;
that make us wonder. leadership to the movement to bring about quality Integrated
Even though the book rental is compara- 1 1 education for all children and the guidelines his office has
tively'small and many of the facilitiesare Yoi'WeekiyHoroscope worked out to assure this is In keeping with the mandate of the

furnished without tuition fees the g Civil Rights Act.
collection of fees from pupils for varying Strict enforcement of these guidelines Is desperately needed.It .
purposes is about to get out of hand. And 1 Is more than 12 years since: the Supreme Court outlawed
our educational leaders should give segregated schools, yet 90 per cent of Negro schoolchildren
some
still attend them. This is an Intolerable situation, one which
thought to ways of eradicating fees alto- Guide
gether. makes a mockery: of the law.
Besides Law enforcement is endangering the steady, although slow,
being a boon to the parents of 1 advances made In the past few years. If the clock is not to be
several school children, the elimination * ** j set back, federal officials must be given full support in their

of fees would give teachers, and principals ** By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1I efforts to uphold the law, and attempts to Interfere with their
far more time to plan and teach. effectiveness: must be beaten back.
Can we not assume from experience that 1 'The pattern of intimidation which exists when Negroes In the
the current cost of attending public South attempt to exercise their rights makes expanded federal
schools is working a hardship on many WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Is 1 enforcement of civil rights laws necessary. A surrey made in
families. Who knows, it might even be a Mississippi shows that parents in one town who sent their
contributing factor to school dropouts. children to a previously all-white school were harassed.

School parents and patrons are beginning BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL One-fourth of the parents were pressured by their employers,
to complaint about the multiple fees that some losing their jobs, while almost half got threatening
they must pay ,each year. To lighten the 1 1 phone calls or were physically assaulted. This shows that
burden of parents, the N. C. State Boardof 1 1 "voluntary" compliance doesn't work.
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Education has recommended that 1967 _!II---------- -- -- ---. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -----, AU federal agencies who allocate funds must set up guidelinesto
insure that these funds won't: be used to maintain discriminatory :
Legislature provide additional CANCER
an $5 ,per ARIES LIBRA
CAPRICORN 'pract They must do this in order to enforce the
pupil in state .funds to pay for'books' and, f : cea.:;
supplies which now has' risen in cost from BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC: laws of the land, something tbe1:-ere sworn. to do. '
$1.75 per pupil to 300. 2ht- APRIL 19tb 22nd! JULY 221d 23rd .' OCT 23rd 22ld JAN. 19th Action is needed on a broad front. More federal registrarsare
needed to register Negro voters in the South. Hospitals,
It is our hope that Florida and other Waste not. Social: life Is Justas Ifs the old trick. No matter Show strength. The temptation You have little choice. Caprl- u well,as, tcbool: boards, are still maintaining segregated
states, if they have not already done so, important as a more serious what disguise temptation may to spend, speculate, or give cornlans, on the whole, know facilities: in violation of the law. The Department of Housingand
will petition their State Legislature for occupation in the pursuit of assume, it can only lead to the in to emotions seems to be better than anyone else what Urban Development> must finally set up its long-promised
relief from the burden of. renting: books, health! wealth and happiness.But same loss or disappointment just as Insidious as it is per- it is to pull themselves up guidelines. And all agencies should get more funds to hire
annually. if it U of the kind that u before. Do not be captivated sistent. It could overcome objections by their boot straps. especial added inspectors to Insure compliance. To do otherwise Is to
kind
Think of ,the school lunch program also. entails wasting your vital U by Dame Fortune or the luresof even when aware that is an ordeal of a : use federal money to support Illegal segregation.
We admit that no one can buy as good a well u material resources, an attractive person, for you may be asking for trouble It also carries the advantage
meal elsewhere for so little. However delay no longer in seeking new your pocketbook could be their u a consequence. The disapproval of imparting wisdom and experience -
some parents can't afford the small lunch friends, higher values and a, main targets. They are not of an associate or someone to those who have to THE URIAHLEAGUE
fees asked by our school lunch room much more constructive pat- likely to hesitate playing on high in authority is not undergo It. This knowledge can
Those of us who are well off cannot tern to which you must adapt. heart strings when this seemsto likely to make the course an now come in very handy when,
Imagine how severe is the burden Those who maybe willing to be the only way to reach easy one on the 3rd. There someone may mistake your STORYBy
hundreds of families upon aid In establishing this desirable you. It would be a mistake to are occasions when it takes reserve for gullibility and
Citizens across the land. goal may be legion once sever home ties for any reason more character to submit than attempt to sell you a worthless
let CLANZELL
BROWN
wake
us and
about this up do something they are convinced that you are whatsoever unless thoroughly to resort to a defiant stand. bill of goods. Those who try
educational cancer' that is anxious and determined to go prepared to set out in the world You could come to this very to prove friendship through The Urban League's Board members and staff thank its
sapping the life out of our schools. If through the entailed pains and and meet it on its own harsh conclusion when you allow your bombast or flattery often are many supporters and participants for your help during the
education is supposed to be free, then sacrifices. terms. 'mind to overrule your heart. the most suspect Another day year 1966. It has been an eventful year. We would like to
by all means let it be free. when be few that have the
j.40.44.17.324TAURUS 1-30-44k' 13 622 pressure may applied emphasize a things happened during year
5.40.66.16.709SCORPIO to trap you Into making a com-, that will help the less fortunate members dour
mlttment of no mean community.The .
Handicapped Make Leaders LEO proportions is the 3rd. minimum housing code will allow many

BORN APRIL BORN.JULY23rd BORN OCT. persons for the first time to have hot and cold
All over the nation we have handicapped 9.50.88.19497AQUARIUS water, tight walls, sealed windows, electrical t'
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persons who seem born to be leaders. 20th MAY 20 AUG. 22nd 24th ,NOV. fixtures, and a painted home.
have They Set your pace: The old saw Just face It. There is chance Are you sure? Some of you The Job Development Program that will helpto .
that persistence, skill'and art, about the person walking alone that many of you Leos are could be laboring under a misapprehension train some 400 workers, has placed SO
drive and tenacity that makes them succeed getting the farthest could apply mainly responsible for the state regardingcareers BORN JAN. persons in better Jobs.
in spite of their that from homes and family re- ENABLE has in lieu of to more
handicaps.For to many Taureans at this stage of affairs keep you Project given hope despair
instance, such an individual i s in life. The wrong mate or making any appreciable pro- lationships. Taking any sort 20tk FEB. 11th than 100 parents who have multi-problems that Include housing
Ralph Cipriano who overcame complete partner often turns out to be gress. You may be marriedto of action without first making Tls always thus. Whether education: employment, health services and community upgrading -
blindness to become the too the the biggest barrier to success.This the wrong person who is the certain that there 1sn'tthe there is a change leadership, (streets, lights, and sanitation).
agent of whole matter, should be cause of the largest and never- slightest possiblity of you or in the composition of administrative We sponsored an Economic Development Institute that was
t New York Life Insurance Company. For his present in any particular case, ending drain on your pocket- making a mistake could result groups, those who designed to give management training and financial assistanceto :
forty years of efficient service, he was may have to be mulled over book. Or you are not sufficiently In an injustice to others or a do the actual work' and who the small businessman and aspirants. Due to changes\t
recently honored by, his associates at a and positive decision reached. in control of your emotions development that.Is unfavorable carry out policies remain the beyond our control, this program never materallxed, but on)
weekly breakfast of the 'District of Once !having started the wheels to refuse anything to the one Another day when a crisis Into same. Therefore, the December 18, 1968 we were informed that the Small Business
Columbia Underwriters Association. moving in the wanted direction, you love. Or you may be slaveto world or private life may complexities of official procedures Administration has money available for Negroes to expand or,
it will be necessary to push the whims of Lady Chance make you feel u if there Is and red tape are enter business.The .
Despite the blind man's loss of visionIn
with the greatest vigor and who Is not always lavish in nothing left to do or to hope seldom, it ever, eliminated.It role of the League continues to emphasize team work,
1938, he qualified for the Million determination until reaching her gifts or who demands a for many the 3rd. But many of.: appears that It is not the and it is our basic desire to share and give our services and
Dollar Round Table last year. He has your destination. Beware emotions big price to be courted. Anyone us have gone through similar first time that Aquarians have resources to every member of our society: without bias
been a member of th.e New York Life' s that could trick you into of these factors may lie or worse times before and run up against frustrating
Leadership Clubs each year for 40 years. abandoning alms and settling behind the difficulties that arise there Is no valid reason for blocks to their aspirations and
For his leadership qualities, Ralph back In the old ret from which in abode and in closest as' taking too Just serious now. a view of endeavors to establish a stable This Week In Negro HistoryDec.

Cipriano earned the right to become a you prefer to escape sociations.: things way of existence, such: u they,

member of the Company' President Councilof 8.40.68.18.948 6-70-99-14-210 3 -55.18.348 have believed to be their due. 26,.1906 Alpha Phi Alpha, the first Negro Greek-letter

200 top underwriters. 5.20-53-13.776 social: fraternity, was founded at Cornell University, Ithaca.
Remember that a handicap is no deterentin GEMINI SAGITTARIUSBORN N. Y. '

the way of a man who plans to go some- BORN MAY 'IRGOBORN NOV. Dec. Z., 19m Bandleader Cab Calloway was lien in New York.
where in life, and make himself immortal 21st' JUNE 2ht AUS. PISCES

for his great service. That's life. It often happens 23rd SEPT. 22ndDon't 23rd DEC. 21st JOIN FEB.1th Dec. 26,1908; Jack Johnson, boxer, knocked out Tommy Burns
that those who have striven Discipline: is grand. WhetherIt MAR 20th Sydney, Australia, before police stopped the fight.
guess There are times is of the kind that Is self- -
The Con-Game Won't the hardest '
: the
Ever are who
People Lean ones
I when one might arrive at decisions Who's ? There
obtain the smallest imposed, or of the sort that responsioie Dec. 27, 1662 The first Africa Methodist Episcopal Zion
rewards.
Some without being in full is applied for the benefit of seems to be little doubt about Church was established at New Bern, N. C.
Hundreds of times we have read in the Gemlnlans are quite apt
possession of the facts. And the those who share abode having something on your mindor
your ,
daily newspapers about people being "con- to the arrive at this conclusion tendency to Institute new working discipline: is about the best conscience Butblamlnf luck Dec; 1'7, 1M3 Earl B. Gffllam,first Negro to become municipal
on 1st But it could
nsd" out of their money by shrewd matters all the complicate methods, that have not had character-butlder in exist or other persons for something court Jurist in San Diego Calif.
operators., The frequency with which this to try and offset t this condition,more the benefit of severe testing ence. Figure out the exact cause that you yourself have done
kind, of thing occurs concerns us very by embarking on an ill-advised beforehand could also of your problems or handicap.ping will not provide a facile way Dec. 28, 18'108. H. Archer, teacher and later president, llorebouse -
overcome better'Judgment when out The truth must be faced
much. inhibitions and start College Atlanta, Ga., born in Petersburg, Va
speculative venture to
; or ; under pressure. These are all and the blame, if any, placed
evolving a plan that will
Down In Tampa, awoman who thought 'she marry with the Idea that this factors: that keep the' list of effectively remove them. This ,squarely where it belongs,even Dec. S9, 1877 Hiram Revels of Mississippi, first Negro U.S.
could let ''$200"mature( ( into $400 by wearingIt will solve all your difficulties.In mishaps in Industry and the also Is a period when statements if it Is on your own shudders. senator, was born In North Carolina
around her waist for five days, took the cases of some who know highways breaking new records or news items In general are Taking financial chancesor
it' to a spiritual 'advisor to keep for the true meaning of love, whether over and over again. Those most suspect: and should not getting mixed up In emotional Dec. 29, 1952 Fletcher "CIar1at er Columbus" Henderson,
three months. for a person or a branchof of you whose social: interestsor be accepted at face value. attachments is ffftr bandleader and noted Jazs arranger-composer, died In New
learning, the possibilities York at the of
professional requirements of inviting trouble on a age 55.
When the woman went to get her money, it of making marks in the desired Impose a great strain on your Trouble and could emotional stem from monetary way large scale. Anyone legally tied i

was not returned to herAnd the victim ; directions are somewhat more liquid and reserve assets must that include friends complications who- 'to yea will not take lightly Dec. 30,.1898 Irvin C. Uollison, who died in 1962 was horn

reported the matA! to the, police,"_ ."I, prlmlslng. The talents that have also take into consideration the are too daring and uncontrol: any straying on year part, in Mississippi. He, served as Judge of the v. i. Customs
told tj > been cultivated and given the advisability of doing should consider, Court In New,York. '
was that money was burled. acid felt could : com toeprec everything lable. An attempt to get othersto you following
What amazes us 1& how can so many peoplebe carry humanly possible to ease it accept reason could succeed820r14Ml such a course.
dented
heights. Dec. 31 1945 Lester B.
Granger was awarded the Navy's
caught in this web of trickery 2.10.77.16'- .53 4.90.22.17-856 7 60 33 IS 100T highest civilian decoration.'liE' : .
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J ST1I PIPERS SATURDAY BECEMIER. 31, 1111

Club Attendants|| > At| Yule| Party" -

I-u. ___ __ Calendar Events
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SOCIALLY GulnytrSPEAK1NGj'Season's \ .-. no .". \.fit"
Lily White Lodge 121 will
LI-- jf j- sponsor t Fellowship Tea Jaa.
....... 29 from 4 to 8 p.m.,in the home
of Mr. lAd Mrs. M. B.a. u.
Greetings' were extended to Is visiting her son L. C. Raymond Lambertof A program will be presented
Jacksonville and the surrounding area 6731 Alaro Road, his wife Anne, and with outstanding tal..tpuUc1pat1nc.
Monday evening by the Flajax Club their children, 'Victor Raymond, Jr. .
one of the leading social organizationsIn Pamela and Charles. .55.s.
the city. The occasion was their

thirty-sixth anniversary dance, held in .5. K. Thomas was elected
Civic Auditorium. Mrs. Anne M. Monroe became the bride of worshipful muter for the North
The official roster of officers and Dr. W. W. Schell Jr. in an Impressive Jacksonville Lodge m,nAIl, t tin
members of Flajax include Charley E. ceremony performed Monday, December 26, at the election meeting.
Simmons, Jr. president ; A. L. (O good, 1510 Jefferson Street. Other officers elected were:
vice resldent; Wendel I P. Holmes, recording W. A.DU, senior warden; William
Miss Gwendolyn Schell sister of the
Wilcox, Junior warden; I
secretary ; Andrew D. Martin groom, attended the bride, and James P. Frank Courtney, secretary; J.
corresponding see r eta r y; Rudolph Schell brother of the groom, was best C. Hurston MBA secretary;
L. Daniels, financial secretary; Jerry man. A. Fleming treasurer; P. S.
Iszard, treasurer; Johnle Brown, sergeant- Given in marriage by Dr. J. C. Downing,, r- Newson senior deacon; Claude I
at-arms ; William N. Scott Chap-kin I ; the bride wore a lovely blue gown which Bryant, Junior deacon; James
L. Redding, Lorenzo I. Alexander, Byrd, tyler; James Gainer,
the blue
Theodore was enhanced by beautiful and marshal George Davis, senior
and Robert Peopers, trustees; EL L. white floral arrangements in the back;; i s steward;;Bernard Jones, Junior
Harris business manager ; Dr. C. W. ground. Her attendant was attired i jij $ xt 9, steward; D.R.Taylor,lecturer; I
Banks; J. A. Batts; M. H. Barnett; F. R. pink. Thomas J. Wilson chaplain; i
Brooks; R. A. Brown Sr. ; H. L. Turney; Mrs. Mathew George and Mrs. Auburn A. W. A. Dlx, sick: committee I
I. H. Burney; Dr. L. B. Childs; Dr. E. Lovette greeted guests, who were registered chairman and B. J. Perkins.
A. Cosby; Dr. J. C. Downing; N. B. Engram; by Mrs. George H. StarKes.. Mrs. ------ sees. .
J. S. Genwright ; J. D. Greene; Dr. J. R. James Johnson received gifts. Miss Anest Church A Yule l'fu has. P soredby: the I Young: People's Social ud Saving Club in Mt. 21on Tn- ,
of
Cod In
< K.-Breedco and Mr. Dora Brown
Henderson H. H. Howard; E. M. Johnson ; ty'DrWBMri' pre.ldecfover tta
; Schell and Miss Janice Sutton served at attair. Oflcers of
ire: Bennie Haynes, president
(A. K. Knight ; J. L. Lewis, Jr. ; Dr. J. the punch bowls. &*%! 2100' secretary; Novetta Rucker, flMaclal secretary; Phyllis; Valerie Rucker,Best vice, treasurer president..
.A. Long; W. S. Maxwell I I ; C. S. Satterwhite; Out of town guests included'Dr. and Mrs.C. Freddie Collins, chaplain; and Diane McKenny. reporter. .J
.Dr. W. W. Schell ; L. J. Shaw, Jr. ; D. W. Banks of Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs.E. .
,iVarmer; and Dr. E. H. Washington.The A. Cosby of Gainesville; Mr.'and Mrs. Wedding Bells New Stanton
Albert I Downing I Band of Tampa Larry Bryant of Savannah, Georgia, Mr. and
affair. Otis Collins, 223 Copeland Bennie Young, 802 W. BeaverSt.
music for the
furnished
Mrs. Coleman of Gainesville Mrs. EssieD.
; Lane, 21 and Dorothy Daniels, ., 44 and Waldla J. Harvey Slates Dance
5 5 Silva of Miami ; Dr. and Mrs. Robe'rtSwain 315 Carl St., 17. 802 W. Beaver St., 29. ,
of St. Petersburg; and Dr. and Mrs.L. New Stanton Senior High School
Mrs.' Virginia Lambert of Jamaica, New R. Hampton of Ocala. James Thompson, 531 W. John Benjamin Ellis Jr., 1130W. will be the scene of the tra
York and. Martha's' Vineyard, Massachusetts Bridal consultants and/or assistants Church St., 60 and Clydell 30th St., 22 and Evelyn ditional New Year's dance,
included Mrs. Ethel Powell ; Mrs. James P. Juanita Donald, 1527 W. 35th Annette Easter, 1348 W. 14th Friday at 8 p.m. Senior high
St. 53.LonnJe.
St., 17.Charles. and college students are expected -
Schell sister-in-law of the groom; and
to be In attendance.
members of Kevinette Bridge Club. Collins 554 W. 19th Willis Williams, 1331 According to the school per-
St., 21 and Audrey Hankins Florida Ave., 23 and Jean sonnel In charge, chaperons
5.5.5.5.The 1279 W. 29th St., 16. Howard, 1111 Florida Ave., 19. will be provided and a nominal
1966 Scouters'' appreciation Banquetfor admission will be charged.: LEO NT71R PRJCI
the Cherokee District of the North Bernard Outing 350 Claude St., Freddie Hawkins, 1620 Dot St., An Invitational has been extended .
s 18 and Sandra Lee Griffin 131 17 and Frankle Mae Harris, to all servicemen from Starting off to what promises)
Florida Council of Boy Scouts of Americawas Caroline St., 17. 1528 W. 1st St., 18. William Raines, Northwestern, to be the greatest year of her
held recently in the cafeteria of Matthew W. Gilbert, Douglas career Is Leontjrae Price, who
E u g e n e J. Butler Junior-Senior High John Henry Davis Jr., 824 W. Charles Edward White, 1545 Anderson Vocational, Eugene greets the New Year, 1967 withan
School. William D. Sweet presided. Church St., '44 and Sallle Jane Louisiana St., 20 and Arbesto Butler and NewStantonSchoolj, appearance In the BeU Telephone -
Appearing on the program were ; Rev. Davis, 824 W. Church St., 37. Collins, 1360 W. 24th St., 18. home for the holidays,attend. Hour special, "The First
4 ct Remus Smith ; W. Russel Robinson; RobertA. Mrs. Geneva Billiard, senior Ladies of Opera." The telecast
Willie Blair, 1472 W.State St., Willis Nathaniel Mitchell, 950 secretary announced that all In color, Is over the NBC-TV
Sewell ; Charles E. Simmons Jr. ; 34.'and Dorothy Jean Wallace Julia St., 19 and Henrietta uniformed servicemen will be network, Sunday, Jan. 1, at
'h William Emm Is of the North Carolina I 6319 Coolidge Rd., 23. Judge 706 Ct. C, 17. admitted free. 5:30: p.m. (NPI Photo)
Harace Williamson scout '
Region; executive I
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Rutherford, Sr. ; J. C. Downing; and Alton
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William D. Sweet chairman ; Ernest L.
Wilson, vice chairman; Capers M. Thompson,
t ) vice chalrrrtan; Frank Courtney, v I Ice
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Watch Night services will be held Saturday at 10 p.m., In : ft..
Walters Memorial AME Zlon Church according to Ref. H. C. .
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'f"' : "
GRACE?
WHAT IS
Archie pastor. Sermon will be delivered by several ministers, ,
and nlrtshmeDU will be serred In the lower unit of the church.At ; ; q :
"PJn., Choir 1 will rehearie. Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer .; ,' \ "The Father of. LI.." always meant man to sin and caused himto
and class meeting will be held 4 hatei the truth, but he does not sin, how was man disobedientand
Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., always oppose it by the tame meth. what cause could God have \o
with Superintendent A. B. Rogers in charge The lesson. ods. If he fail to -.ucceed a* a be angry? Those who would shift'
'Time of Preparation," will\ be reviewed by Prealdlnf ElderW roaring lion he may appear a. an the responsibility for tin from.them.
L.Souder angel of light,tuggetting that surely selves to God should remember that
Morning service begins at 11 o'clock. The prealdingelder a God of love will not condemn He proclaimed His standards of
will deliver the sermon. At 5 p.m., Christian Endeavor Hour Chriat-rejectora forever. Sinners, righteousness in the law "that every
commences and the evening service at 6:30 o'clock.The Lord's he will contend, are not responsible mouth might be stopped and that
Supper by the presiding elder and pastor for their tin anyway, for doe not all the world might be brought in I
during fie major ces. Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 will Eph. I 1:11 1 teach that "God worketh guilty before God" (Rom. 3:19): )

serve with Mrs. Vera J. Rogers at the Instrument. all thing after the counsel of Hi The contention that all will fin.
own will'? And thus God Himself ally be saved may at first sound i,
CHURCH OF COD I.i supposed to have conceived the like wonderful grace but actually
Watch Night service will begin at 8:30: p.m., Saturday in the t Idea of sin as "a gracious meansto there is not one particle of grace
Church of God in Christ 4, with Elder W. F. Faust, pastor, a glorious end," and to have in it, for it is based on the theory I
presiding Zannle Hall will deliver his trial sermon and music caused man to fall into si! so theft that since God got ut into tin it it i
will be'rendered by the combined choirs with Mrs. C. Faust He might finally save him from it. only Just that He save us from it's
and Miss D. Faust at the Instruments. Elder Faust will have penalty. But grace is God's mercy
.Why an almighty, all-wise, all-
charge of the pulpit services. and kindness to the UNDESEKV-
loving God permitted sin to enter
ING. In Eph. 2, after calling
the universe must, for the time
ST. STEPHEN AME sinners "children of disobedience"
Proclamation Celebration will beheld being, remain an impenitrable mystery
The 104th Emancipation and therefore "children of wrath",
Jan. 2 at' 10:45 a.m., in St. Stephen AME Church, Rev to us, but one thing is certain: the Apostle Paul goes on to say:
He I. NOT the author of sin, andNEVER
J. S. Johnson. host pastor. "BUT GOD, who it RICH IN:
The observance will feature a combined choir. All choirs accepts the responsibilityfor MERCY for His GREAT LOVE
Invited to participate. Rev. A. J. I Ia it-except that in grace and
and choruses have been ; -"-- if.J wherewith He loved ut, hath
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love bore its for
lie penalty man.
Hughes is the director.Rev. quickened ut. .raised u* up .1 I
C. Dalley, pastor at First Baptist Church, will deliver r God call. sinners "children of and made u* to lit together in heave
e the address, and Dr. W. B. Stewart, president of Edward DISOBEDIENCE" and "children enly place in Christ Jesus; that

Waters College, will give the occasion of WRATH" (Eph. 2:2: 3)), explaining in the ages to come He might show
Janice McIntosh, a student at New Stanton High School will in clearest language that THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF

read the Emancipation Proclamation. He hates sin and that His angeris HIS GRACE IN HIS KINDNESS .
Leon Gonzalez, newly-elected president of the Emancipation kindled against it (Rom. 1:18: ; TOWARD US THROUGH
Committee, has asked all churches to have a moment of silent Watch Night service will begin at 8:45: p.m. In Evergreen Singers, Excdlsiors, Traveling Stars, Voices of Jerusalem, Eph. 5.6; ; John 3:36): ). But if God CHRIST JESUS."
prayer-at the morning service Jan. 1 In memory of the late Baptist Church, Logan andClevelandSts.Aprogramsponsored Clffiones. Sllveralres, Tookes Singers, Mary Nealey, Deacon
,Joe H. James, who served as president for many years by Andrew McCall will feature the Sunbeam Singers (pictured Tbompklns, Austin Twins, Earestlne Platt, Sadie Mitchell,
Attorney D. W. Perkins will preside at the observance above), Bostooettes, Thomas Singers, McCall Singers, Mary :J. Powell, Rev. Dixon and the Dlxlettes, Richard Davis, and PAUL THE PATTERNBut

Goodman, Alice Philip, Bertha Harris Singers, Celestial the Echoettes. --l....
Program, Bible Revival Meeting Many religious people take the God has given u* a pattern
Lord Jenus Christ a. their patternin for salvation. It Is none other than
Drill Presented At, First! BornThe ABC UNCF Rev. Catchings Altar RilesSchedul'ed First BaptistWatch life They call Him "The Great the Apostle Paul, the chief I of
Example." When problem. arise sinners saved*y grace Hear what
BYPU of Central Baptist Revival meeting will begin Gets New Night service will begin they ask themselves: What would he says by divine inspiration:
Church, located at Third and Monday night in First Born CoProd.cesChoirs 'Saturday at 9 p.m., in First Jesus do?" They seek salvation by
Broad Sts., will present a pro- Temple, 825 W. Monroe St., Chvrch Posts At W.Raines baptist Church, College Park. "walking in Hi. steps." "This I.-a faithful saying, and
': gram and Bible kill Jan. 8 with Mrs. Catherine Anderson Three sermons will be While our Lord's moral and spiritual worthy of all acceptation that.

.: at 4:45 p.m., at the church In charge Serieschoirs The Sr. Hl-Y Club of William delivered. virtues are indeed worthy of Christ Jesus came into the worldto
, with E. H. Clipper, president, Elder A. Hill, pastor, has Raines High School will present Sunday services begin with the emulation, there were many details save sinners,of whom I am chief"
in charge asked all members to support of three Texan'Collegeswill w its second "Annual Altar Ser Sunday School at 10 a.m., with in His conduct which we shouldnot (Tim. 1:15): ). Paul as Saul of Tarsus .
Officers will also be elected the service. The public has be featured on the opening vice" to be held on the first James UcCutchen In charge. immitlte. For example, none remember, had led his nation
::1 for the new year. been Invited to attend. 1967 broadcast of ABC's day of school in the new year: Morning service at 11:30 of us would be In a position to and the world in rebellion against
"Negro College Choirs"series The theme for the service will o'clock, and BTU at 6:30p.m., pronounce upon the religious hypocrites God and Hi Christ. He was "ex
the week of Jan. 1. The seriesIs to "Getting Off to a Good with Mrs. Ethel Johnson pre. of our day the bitter woes ceedingly mad" against the disciples
; You, Don't Have ToGo To TAWU To Get co-produced by the ABC Start," and the speaker, Pastor .sldlng. Evening service will which our Lord pronounced upon of Christ and "breathed threateningand
Radio Network and the United s Paul Labrent,St.Paul Lutheran 'begin at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. F the Pharisee of Hi. day-simply slaughter" against them. Why
Negro College Fund and Church will stress the D. Davis, pastor, will deliver because we all have so much of then, did God save Aim? He goes.
LOW PRICES features the choirs of the Fund's importance of spiritualand the sermon. the Pharisee in us. on to tell us in the next verse:
member colleges. SpotlightedIn moral values in achieving be saved
Certainly we cannot by
the initial broadcast of the St. MatthewServices "But for tkii tarn I obtained:
t success In all New Year "following Christ" or striving to
DRUG NEEDS year will be the choirs of Bishop J 'endeavors. mercy that in me first Jesus Christ
STORE live as He did. Hi. perfect holinesswould
College In Dallas; HustonTillotson .o.......I4.glow 1 e ode n of .odor. Sunday in GreaterSt. only emphasize our unrighteousness might show forth longsuffering,
t Trade With Your 'Neighborhood Drug Store College in Austin and Council for Christian denominations in the community Matthew Baptist Church begin and condemn u.. He came FOR A PATTERN to them that
Wiley College In Marshall> Social Action of the United have been invited to participate! with the Sunday School at should hereafter believc.onHim to
WE t1-L, ME T ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOURLOCAfa to save us, not by His life, but by
Papers. V fieUver.W'We. also fill all Doctors. Prescript Subsequent broadcasts of the. Church of Christ today established land I the 111.Y has extended an 9:45 a.m., with Deacon W. J.j(: His dtalh./ "Christ dud for our life everlasting" (Ver. 6))). The
, tions. Tono1": -' month will feature the"choirs an office for international invitation to parents and friendsto Nathan In charge Morning service 'sins" ((1 I C r. 15:3)) and inner are moral: Take your stand with Paul. .
of St. Augustine's College, development, with headquar -. Join with the administration begins at 11 o'clock. The "reconciled to God by the death of Admit you are a sinner and hit
Raleigh, N. C., the week of In Washington D.C., the the
ters faculty and student body In beginning pastor will deliver sermon. His Son" Rom. .
( 5:10)) Savior will
save too.
Jan. 8; Clark College, Atlanta, first such function to be sponsored the calendar year with The Holy Communion will be you
Dixie Pharmacy Ga., the week of Jan. 15; Bar by a Protestant denomi- a religious and inspirational administered at 5 D.m.. All
ter-Scotia College, Concord, nation. chapel program. choirs 4usbersWWI8"t Rev. H.L. Herod Sunday Services
N. C., the week of Jan. 22; Associated In the program of Dr. Andrew ARobinsonprtn- throughout the day. Prayer

$1302 KillS Road At Myrtle Avenue and Virginia Union University, the new office, which is being cipal, has stated that to would meeting will be held Tuesday To PreachAt At Emanuel
Richmond, Va., the week of financed by the United Church be happy to see a large numberof night, followed by the Bible
Jan. 29."Negro. of Christ agency, will be the parents and friends in attend-1 study The Christian Aid Club Central Services Sunday In Emanuel
Phones Elfin 5559798 College Choirs" Is American Baptist Convention, ance. He further stated that will meet at the usual hour. BaptistServices Baptist Church will begin with
j carried by ABC. affiliated stations the Christian Churches (Disciples because of limited seating facilities Wednesday at 5 p.m., Choir 2 Sunday In Central the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.,
throughout the country of Christ), Church of visitors have the option will rehearse, and at 7 p.m., Baptist Church commence with with Mrs. Mamie Fields and
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER on varying days and at different the Brethren, Protestant Episcopal ,of attending either the 9:15: Choir 1 will meet for rehear- the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., Deacon George Smith in
hours. Check local newspaper Chruch,Methodist Church or 11:00 a.m. program. sal.. with Superintendent M.E. Johnson charge. Morning service at 10:
AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE listings for airtime In specific and the United Presbyterian Membership! of the Sr. Hi-Y In charge. The lesson will 55 o'clock with the deacons
areas. Church in the U.S.A. Club is composed of high school Elder M. Davis be reviewed by Rev. George In charge of tilt devotion At
I The Rev. Dr. Ray Gibbons, young men dedicated to main. Monroe. 5 p.m., BTU with Deacon James
I New York, Director of the ta1nI.nr.and extending higher Singers Observe5th Senior Choir 1 will sing for Phillips In charge. The evening
i NOW! United Church Council for standards of Christian the 11 a.m. service and Rev service begins at 6:30 o'clock.
Christian Social Action, announced character throughout the home, Anniversary Benton Griffith will conduct the Choir 3, Children's Choir,
3118 Ave W. the appointment) of the school and community, It was devotion Rev H. L. Herod, Usher Board 8 and the Junior'
Edgewood Rev.' L. Maynord Catchings, announced. Elder Mose Davis and Singers pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist board will serve*
4 LOCATIONSTO Administrator of the American Church, southslde, will preach
will observe their 5th anniversary
School In Singapore, to head Singers Slate for the morning communion
Jan 15 In the Elks
SERVE YOU ,the new office. He will open> services, which will be held I I.E0''S
Auditorium beginning at 8pm.
offices January 3 in the Washington Gospel ProgramThe at 6 p.m. Mrs. G. Tucker will
Include the
The participants ,
3701 EMERSON headquarters of the preside at the Instrument. Senior
Band '
Sunday Morning Prayer ,
National Council of Churches. Usher Boards 1 and 2 will Sin RipiriifOf
830 CASSAT AVE. Sumbeam and Excelsior U r s. Harriett Dales, Edgar
: He also announced that Dr.. serve throughout the day, and
Gospel Singers will render a Hall Mrs Alice Boston and
William Bradley of the International all choirs will render the music
1824 WEST BEAVER development staff of gospel program Jan. 15 at 8 Singers, Rosa Lee Grace Mrs. for the communion worship Air Kill

OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S. DAY the Rockefeller Foundation will p. m., In Colosslans Baptist Gussie P. Gray, Evangelist A. The Sunday School teachers'
chair the program committeeof Church West 31st St. McCall and Singers, Cliftone will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m., Is Our Qiii BisinssS34
will Include McBride Celestial
Mrs A.
participants Singers ,
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denominational and Interdenominational and prayer meeting will beheld
I TEETH representative Tnelmarettes, the Thomas Mrs Singers Thelma, Gospel Spiritual Singers Singers, Traveling, Union at 8 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., E. miss It. e
: TONGUE Dr. Gibbons explained that the Senior Choir 2 wW meet.
29c ,Edwards and others. The program Stars, Gospel Echoettes, Sunbeam
of the '
'J OWL Buy Now fir purpose three-fold i new 1. to enterpriseis educate Is being sponsored by Singers and Mrs
Deacon A. Rush. M. Shoots
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Negro Mayor Nurse Fashion Show I EDUCATION .Rights Leader, AJC Wea.rOppose


Among Guests ROUNDUPA Antipoverty .CItbat

ROSE BY... ATLANTA Ga. Rev. Dr. Ralph David Al AbercatnyittjL:
Of Birmingham WASHINGTON (NPI) The telegram to President Lyndon B. Johnson asked the Chief
-t American Federation of Teachers Executive "to consider requesting an expansion of Officetf;
BIRMINGHAM, Ala (NP1)>- has been urged to dis- Economic Opportunity. funding Instead the cutbacks we- read"" '
Adequate housing through urban oufage: qse of tJMi'"alay. about in the press; .-
redevelopment) and an expanded name" Negro and start using Rev. Abernathy made this irlancy.." f V
Industrial development program the term Afro-American move In the wake of Senate Rev. Abernathy, vtortt;|' Id
are nigh on the list of Instead. Keith Baird,language testimony by Dr. Martin Luther national prominence wife/tit,
economic programs, declared teacher at Bushwich High King Jr. which emphasised the King In the Montgomery Ala-
.!. R. Strlplln, mayor of Ala ,, School, Brooklyn, said It was concern: of the Southern Christian bus boycott 011155-58.USCtC
Hma's Incorporated Negro 7t time Negroes moved up to hyphenated Leadership Conference Vice President AI-Largeaad
municipality, Hobs oh City, status such utile' about the grave situation confronting f1naDeJal.SecretarJ.. -,
during a brief Interview at city ltallan' -Americans, and other' t1*federal antipoverty ere He and Rev;Andrew Towif.Executive .
ball last week. minority groups. This would program. \Director currently
Strlplln was among some 70 l indicate an "ethnic Identity"and The plea for a stronger and are directing SCLC programs
mayors of Alabama municipal*, I connection with "land, cul bigger program was made, the In the absence.:of Dr. Kht&
idea Invited by local mayor ture,. and history," said the telegram said, "with the SCLC President,' who 1* sit a
Albert BoutweU for a daylmg'Mayors' Barbados-born teacher. tragedy of last summer's social two-month ,leave to writ' a.
meeting which Included ;+ t eruptions still fresh in mind book.
a special fellowship luncheon F FIRST TIME'RICHMOND and with full knowledge that .
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hosted by Birmingham Southern'' Va. -(NPI>-Integration these situations might have been .
College; a grand tour of In-! has found its way worse had It not been for the, THE! LAST ONS to leave a
teresting kites throughout the ,into this state's textbooks. Approved far-sightedness of the antipoverty -. cocktail party can.hardly; Od', ,
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city and an Informative, grassroots by the State Board of program in its wife Digest--0erpber. :
Seminar of "Problems;; Education were textbooks for
Common" to all municipal 1i :1 I use in English, social studies,
governments, Urge or small*' : ? and foreign language classes .4
Mayor Strlplln stated that the which for the first time have 4
regional office of the U. S. Illustrated the Negro as well
Dept. of Housing and Urban; as white children. Most of the
Development; based In Atlanta,' high school social studies
way soon expected to act upon textbooks deal with problemssuch ,
an eppUcaUoo on a grant for as the history of the civil
the'' construction of an 80-untf: rights movement, contributions
housing development In Hobson of Negroes to American arts
City which is located between;. and sciences, and the natureof
Anniston and Hartselle. prejudice.
Additionally, Striplln revealedthat
Hobson City industrial SWITCHAROUND
development board, of which LYNCHBURG, Va.NPI)>
James A. Turner Is chairman, "NURSE FASHION SHOW"MODELS gather round principal program, and Ex-Lai,Inc In the foreground;; are Mrs. M. Ellta- Southerners went to court to
Is presently seeking new industries speakers at allurse recruitment seminar held atpredominantly- beth Carnegie,Associate Editor< of"Nursing Outlook"magazine, have school Integration permitted t.
to locate in the Negro Girls High School Boston,Mass. Before an audience of and Robert A.M. Peterson, Vice President-Marketing for while Northerner
municipality. He added that an 500 cbeerln,ctrls,students from Bostoo nursIDeschools: model. Ex-Lax, Inc., who advised girls to consider nur sine as a career sought to have an integration M
expansion program has already led their own distinctive uniforms. T.-scminuwe sponsored to meet a shartage of 125.000 nurses in the nation law ruled unconstitutional. .
begun at the GENESCO plant by Boston University's ODWIN (Open Doors Wider in Nursing) Sweet Briar College asked U.
which already employs 130' S. District Court in Lynchburgfor :
persons. Charlie Bradford Is Norman Powell Move On To Keep Maddox a new trial in Its bid to
said to be the first member of Negro NamedTo break the racial restrictionsin
4
the Negro group to be employedat New HeadOf the will of founder.Meanwhile
Appointed
the plant as an assistant From Becoming? Ga's GovernorATLANTA the Boston School Committee U'S
manager. Judical PostIn went to court seeking
The day-long activities AmalgamatedNEW -(NPI)- The state's 10 Negro legislators-not to have a state law requiring
also ""eduuortol"Course counting Julian Bond-were expected to do their part to help racial balance declared unconstltutlonal. -....
In Democracy In Action.: The Maryland YORK CITY- The appointment keep racist Lester G. Maddox from becoming the state's next LIora
of Norman W.Powellto
event affordetl the other 69 BAL'lMdRENPJ!)>- JamesH. governor.
mayors to meet, fellowship and Taylor of Fairmount Heights the newly established position Their hope of keeping Maddox support. BUS BUST We wish -
exchange fruitful ideas with has become the first Negro of of general sales Publishers manager] out of office lay In abstaining And, more hopefully, a candidate CINCINNATI -(NPI)- School '
Mayor Striplln, and ride in outside Baltimore to hold a Amalgamated from voting in a runoff in the more congenial to Negro busing has been struck down a bright and
three of the four chartered major Judicial office in Mary Inc., has been announced by legislature n d persuading aspirations might win the new by the 6th U. S. Circuit Court \

Birmingham Transit buses land. He was appointed juvenile :, J; <"; enough other legislators to do elections.In of Appeals, after the NAACP successful year.
which were manned by Negro the had argued that the Cincinnati
court master In Prince same. Chicago, leaders of the "
drivers Many of the mayors George's County. Maddox needs a majority of city's freedom movement laid school board was practicing: From The Staff .
had no knowledge that Alabama Taylor, a former assistant the legislators' votes to win, the groundwork for a city-wide da facto segregation. However,
had a Negro mayor; no knowledge state's attorney, resigned from Otherwise! ,,the race will have political education and voter the court ruled "There Is no Urban
that Hobson City existed; the county's prosecutor's office to be decided in a new general registration project.The constitutional: duty on the part Jacksonville League
nor had they seen any Negro 'In September after three years election.. new body will be known :jof the board to bus Negro or
drivers operating vehicles of there. He is town attorney for The governor's race was deadlocked as the Freedom Movement SubCommittee white children out of their I ON THE JOB TRAINING PROGRAM'I
a major' transit company In three Prince George's communities. w :.n neither Maddox, a oo Political neighborhoods or to transfer I 625 Union St. Phone-353 5966'
..ua Democrat, and Bo Calloway, Education and Voter Registration. classes for the cole purpose .. ? y
+hiw, gym; a Republican,.got a majority w .. ,of' al1n>i.Uoc"rac1a1.1m- I* J. Gardner Sams, Jr. Director, _* -
balance. .
>of the ''Votes. A write-in campaign
.
iWt for racial moderate Ellis J -- -- -
Bh .
) t tk Arnall, who got most of the

j Negro votes, kept either of the .
other candidates from winning.
I For some time, there was

WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou John H. Sengstacke, president.Mr. doubt as to how the governor's
national election would be received. But
Powell was formerly
field assistant to the the U.S. Supreme Court ruled,
RKEtS
vice president-sales manager 5 to 4, that the legislature SU'.ER M
Seek The Best Doctor, of Seagram Distillers, and before could decide the election.
When Your Doctor Prescribes entering the distilled The predominantly Demo
Get Pharmacists associated cratic legislature was expactec
Experienced spirits Industry, was
When Your Doctor Prescribes, I f with the Afro American to give its support to Maddox, THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE. ..,;
Orders We Use Only The Best newspapers in both Washington despite some defections among
Quality Drugs. D.C. and Newark, N.J., legislators who couldn't :
the latter as advertising stomach his extreme racist
serving SMALL BARB-QUE SIZE
stand. FRESH PORK ,
C. E. BLACK Proprietor manager.
the appointment But the state constitution
In ,
making
S R e g i s t e r e d Pharmacists To Serve You Mr. Sengstacke said: "We are specifies that the winner of an

............A C O'M P LET t L 1 N't OFCosmetics ............ with fortunate Norman in acquiring Powell's except"a man election must run-off get a in majority the legislature of,
lonal sales and executive abilities the votes of" those present. And' SPARE RIB
Rubber Goods-Candles Sundrfo to bead our organization. therein lies the hope of keeping''',' ROAST
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED His valuable experience in the Maddox from winning.
business world will greatly The state's Negro legislators:
Lilly's Drug Store enhance the progress of Amalgamated could hardly support Maddox,,
Publishers and aid In who drove would-be Negro
the vast potential customers from bis eatery at
1901 KINGS ROAD El-3-8276 developing for our gunpoint and later closed the.
of
Negro newspapers ..49sI
advertisers" joint rather than serve Negroes. LB. 35 IB
Amalgamated Publishers U The 10 Negro legislators. 411
Democrats to :,
the national advertising representative -were expected ,
for 67 Negroorientednewspapers be joined by Julian Bond,whose
HAPPY across the country. right to a seat In the Georgia
In his new poet, Mr. Powell legislature was upheld by the PUREX VELVET
win direct the sales activities U. S. Supreme Court.
for both offices in New York Bond has been denied bis seat
City and Chicago and all field; twice: for expressing sentiments
about U. S. military policy
operations.
that other legislators could not SHORTENINGLIMIT

n New Watts? agree with. BLEACH
He was hardly likely support
LOS ANGELES -<(NPI Dr. a racist u his state's next
J. H. Jackson: president National governor.

I' 9g S.A., Inc.Baptist, has Convention described, theriotscarred U. Thus both, Negroes Maddox, after and Callaway preventing LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

Watts area as ". .from winning had another opportunity
palce: of happy! people, beautiful to keep Maddox out
homes, and well-kept ''of the governor's seat. Vz GAL 19* 3 LBS.49CEHTER
yards"Dr. If the Negro legislators can
Jackson: said he expected join others in showing up at
to see a run-down section the election but not voting,
A t shambled homes, dirty streets, another general election would
garbage-Infested alleys, and a have to be called. CUT WHITE BACON LB. 39t
frustrated people. What he 1 At the very least Negro ,
found, he said, was a far cry I leaders couH wring concessions L6
from what he had understood out of candidates In the new U.S. GOOD RIB STEAK 69$
Watts would be like. elections exchange for Negro. ,

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Florida Leaders View Model Of FMC'' Miami
Over
T i -l
Moon
SINCE YOU ASKED ME 1 1I
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By LONNIE PRUITT ftI ; I '' "j >\it'\f\ ..,. Forecast for the New Year in Miami
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL T Tt 7.. (t. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -

.t-- -_.--' : : I'- Beach:
: Uf During 1967 there will be 2,200,000 visitors, an Increase of.

DEAR LONNIE: C_,,...w to five per rent _over'n 1968...
I can't get my.boy friend to believe that I really lore him r
Some 800 hotel At least one star night club
rooms
new
record for Christmas and be
player
asked him to by me t ,
told everyone that be didn't want to buy it for me. He likes will be completed during the entertainer, In a fit of temperament -
bouses and year, raising the total tonearly will walk out on an
to make me Jealous by going over to other girls' t .
calling them every night. When lids with them, be tells me r 33,000. engagement.Ten .
that they don't mean anything to him, but wonder Also, be t Some 2,000 new apartmentunits new records will be established

tells them that he's going to quit me, but when he's with me }. :' will be completed, raisingthe in the Metropolitan

he doesn't mean it. What can I do? ,.t. ., total to 35,000.An Miami Fishing Tournamenti 104 but
Wondering u .<;1f additional half-mile of no sailfls h >> -

COULD YOUR BOY FRIEND AFFORD to buy you t record oceanfront will be acquired by pounder landed in 1939.
? the city for a public beach and No one will roll a perfect
player? What did you buy him Maybe be wasn't In a position
to buy it for you and is spending time with someone who isn't park at a cost of $10,000,000, game in the 1967 American

.expensive.. If you REALLY like him, it shouldn't bare which may be the reason the Bowling Congress TournamentIn
white sands are called golden. the Miami Beach Convention
mattered if' he gave you a record player, or a nutcracker..
Further progress will be made Hall March 4-May 7. .J

see eases aas on the re-development:> plan for One hundred and ten hearts

the South Shore area, designedto will be broken and one girl
.
DEAR LONNIE make this oldest section of will be made extremely happy
:
I am simply craty about a wonderful fellow, 16, who is a k the city again one uf its most 'In the Miss Universe Beauty

year older than I am. We went together once, before some attractive neighborhoods Pageant here in July.
Normandy Shores golf course. More than 60,000 will attend
problems broke us up. I'm almost sure that be knows I Ilk
him, but both of us are a little too Immature to break the ice.. Just completely renovated, will the University of MIami-Notre
Since I did more wrong than be, what can I do to show him I rival the city's other 18-hole Dame football game in the

want him back? I'only'' see him. in school. _f.*.., links, Bayshore, in popularity Orange Bowl Stadium across
In Need of a Push r. among visitors! as well as all- the Biscayne Bay next Novem

YOU MIGHT JUST LOOK AT HOI a certain way, or smile or year residents. ber.One
Jackie Gleason will sign for of the horses campaigning
whatever girls do to upset guys, just don't make It toe obvious.. +
I think, however, if the two of you are too immature to speak another year of telecasting from in Florida this winter will go
the Miami Beach Auditorium win the Kentucky Derby.
to
the Ice then maybe, you'll run into the same problems yon on
did before. r + and the request for tickets will More than half the guests in
assess eases exceed by far the number of some Miami Beach hotels in

f.r seats available. May and June will be coupleson

DEAR LONNIE: All seats will be sold in advance their honeymoon. And more
1 aMiami : for the three half the guests in some
perform- than
I have ahoy friend whom my mother won't let come and see
me. He's really a very nice boy,but she doesn't think so. Other 'tares of grand opera scheduled hotels in August and September -
in the auditorium this winter. will be here to avoid hay
boys can come and see me but not him.She thinks that ha a
The winter concert series will, fever.
no good:
means me
R. W. --, \ play to capacity houses, alsoin Some visitor on his first deep-

MAYBE YOUR MOTHER DOESN'T KNOW the type of person Florida --- TOP FLORIDA LEADERS IN Baptist State Convention Rev. A. H. the auditorium. sea fishing trip, will catch of a,
h. Is and since she doesn't she thinks she is acting THE BAPTIST CHURCHES blue marlin, to the disgust
really view the model of Parker, president Missionary and ;Educational tried with no
in your best Interest. Try to show her that be is really good of the Florida Memorial College I which Baptist State Convention and Rev. Major RobinsonIs anglers who've

person, and that his interest in you is sincere .Begins its building program. jn Miami in J. C. Sams, president Progressive BapFebruaryy luck Space many on times.planes to Miami.

eeeeeeeeeee 1967. Left to right are Rev. tist State Convention. Presented Beach will be at a premium
J. A. f. Finlayson president in the
GeneraL every time It snows

. If you want to ask a Question send it to "Since You Asked north, but there will be no

Me," Negro Press International; 5708 S. State St., Chicago, World Of BooksBy Miami Gets Bronze Star MedalTALLAHASSEE snow here in 1967.

Ill. 60 Z1. LOUIE P. DUMETZ Among The StarsSomebody -

First -The Bronze
NegroPolicewoman
Court THE NEGRO IN AMERICA'S
Gives -
Supreme Negroes Star Medal wis presented to
ARTS. U. Information Agency finally did itl! You about these two names: Magic Major Thonius Robinson Jr.,

pamphlet. 24 pp. might have known it would be Blackboard and Prairie Dog! recently by Major General

Access:Jo. Public Facilities' This Illustrated, full-color Oscar Brown Jr. He always, You'll die laughing when hetries George T. Duncan deputy com
MIAMI has
NPOThis city "
= I h publication tells of the : seems to be in the vanguardof to explain itl' Third ? ar 'lips"e
U.s.
made nundlng general
vXA.4HING1dai-'illrSiQlreme Court last (roled ttuyj ,' : Its1 flrst.Negro policewoman, ,
*contributions
), being byAm.rlca' things that really have mean Betcha can't get one of .
you Army at Florida AliM University
Mississippi! cannot.deny Negroes the use of public facilitiesconstructed Negroes to the arts Carolyn' Clark, ,who was one the Christmas cards Red ..
I
with of 19 to from ing.This The medal was presented -
public funds. on stage, on canvas, and on persons graduate time he is going to
Ruling in favor of Dr. Gilbert the Negroes away from the the police recruit class of the though, Saunders slipped publicist to Major Robinson for
Mason and other Bilozi Miss beach The Negroes declinedto ,the printed pace.DlscusslnC Miami Police Department. 'to take a lot of his show business Hank Schwab. They're rare I distinguishing himself by outstanding .
go and were arrested. the full range of buddies with him. Thanks for not giving me one, meritorious servicein
issippl Negroes the court Miss Clark cltbrMrJj" ,
_ settled an !issue, arising high out of Other Negroes were beaten Negro artistry, the foreword was OM And, of course, they're all Red, you !@#$%$**? youlll!!! connection with ground operation

an attack on a small of by the whites. states: "The role of the Negro "TlCAROLYN ; ;.going to join the "movement," When Bobby Hebb returns from against a hostile forceIn
group in America's arts is an ever- : : 1 1.111 for lack of a better word.
Negroes by hundreds of whitesin The agent of the asserted Europe and Australia, Shirley the Republic of Vietnam during
June of 1963. .. owner of the beach then appeared expanding one. His field of At a preliminary meeting In past name withheld),the Cleve the period September, 1965

The case was won by attor- and ordered the Negroes interests and accomplishments ,Chicago at the plush Meadows land Cinderella girl, is going to September 1966.

neys of the NAACP Legal Defense -. to vacate. He then called the embraces every cultural form. ,Club where OBJ and his friendsare to have a surprise for some Major Robinson Joined the :
and Educational Fund police. Marian Anderson, Louis Arm. gigging several talented of her boyfriends. Bobby has FAMU ROTC Instructor Group

Inc., (LDF). Mississippi police officials strong, Duke Ellington, Harry people orl walks of life banged given his solemn word that he September, 1966 from the Re.

Biloxi Negroes, under Dr. were unable to prevent the Ne, Belafonte these names are \,.. ; .. beads couple of hours will personally sing his latest public of Vietnam where he nullr ,
.. Mason's leadership had sought groes' cars from being burned ,known to audiences the world ,,. trying to devise ways and means Philips release, "Love Me," served with Headquarters

without success, -to and overturned. They werealso over. But there are countless 1 k of getting entertainers to go to her in behalf of someone itary Assistance Command, as

the 24-mile beach along Miss use, unable to prevent the police other actors, novelists, poets, to bat for the Rev. Martin else. Better believe I'll be there a district subsector advisor.

isslppl's fouthern shore. van, in which the Negro petitioners composers, architects, dancers Luther King and his Southern charging admission.BH He received his commissionupon

After three years of fruitless were traveling to jail, singers, musicians and Christian Leadership Confer- is plenty hot-all 'round graduation from Southern

litigation, 29 persons attempted from being tilted, causing min-: sculptors whose names may not ence. the world. Jere Real is doin' a University, Baton Rouge, La.,
to utilize the beach, one of {he or injuries. be as familiar but who are The Rev. Hosea Williams, one "real" Job on promoting him, in 1956.

longest man-made beaches in LDF attorneys argued in; their making increasingly significant ''kv of Dr. King's top aides in the too. Wonder when the other Major Robinson is the son of WMKMSpotlight

the world, on Sunday, June 23, brief that the Biloxl beach has contributions to the arts. k tk Windy City, proposed a voter record companies are going ),{r. and Mrs. Thonius Robinson

1963. become entwined with governmental Contributors to the survey Issue registration show. to learn to take care of public of Washington, La., and is married ProductOf

An .angry crowd of some programs and policesand Include Arna Bontemps, CLARK "When should we start workingon relations like John Sippel,Rita, to the former Alice M.
taken Luther Jackson, Owen Dodson, this?' asked Oscar. Jere and the Mob at Mercury.
2,000 whites stood by menac- on a governmental police women graduating from Williams of Donaldsonvllle, La The Week
_ ingly as police officers ordered character John Williams, Samuel Allen, the class. "Would you Williams seePARTING He and his family reside at
Lucille Roberts, Langston ?" retorted Rev. SHOTS Harry Dale
day
: }20 Stafford Street, Talla
At graduating exercises the
Hughes and Richard Saunders. The show (and there will definitely Bob Jackson and Earl Watson, hassee. Miami, Florida
new officers received their
sere be one) has been set all vice presidents of Press
badges and oath of office.: A
THE POORHOUSE: STATE: The for Jan. IS and Oscar has Clippings Limited, have opened
reception for the officers and
WAMEDIAL American Way of Life on Public bitten off a big mouthful In their offices in Chicago to the
their i relatives was held at
Assistance. By Richard M. Miami agreeing to head up this initial tune of "Th1npAr.Changlnrl"Tley !
,Elman. New York Patheon.305 Police Training Center
: after graduation project which will, eventuallyfind really believe in "Equal
PP. $5.95. some of the nation's top>> Opportunity Employment" and

According to Elman, the eight Gant Elected Prexy rock and roD artists giving have one of the most integrated .
million Americans now receiving -; their all for the drive to equal staffs in the city all foiles III

public assistance are opportunity.One Marlene and Norma take care

1260 actually accepting a handout. Of General Alumni of the chief OBJ aidesis of the Whltey side while Patricia
.
They receive their benefits not bandleader Red Saunders, (who could hold her own all by

as a right but as a privilege. the last of the big-time drummers herself) is being Joined by two

This privilege which the. poorhouse Assn. Of FAMU) and-I'm told-one of other sepia foxes. They may not

state affords, is pur- the featured men in an upcoming get much work done In the

chased with an accompanyingprice TALLAHASSEEJames Gant, Life magazine article. Madison-Western Building,but,

FLORIDA'S1o.1 of personal humiliation. specialist in secondary education The first artists Red and Oscar gracious, they sure do swing!

Elman presents a telling argument Florida State Depart. will be contacting wW be (I See you Among the Stars...
to those who challenge predict) Jerry Butler, The
ment of Education recently
was
,
the welfare system. He maintains the SHORTY-$35.
elected president of the General Artlstlcs (who have a really
that the can not be Beach MEDALO STYLE #665
poor Alumni Association of Florida hot album going for them now,
considered to be temporary AIM called "Fm Gonna Miss. You"), for re' La Illuotrot.d C.t.lo- ofM
University. do1o H.It Btyl.oWIH.II oap*
unfortunates who are being reshaped A native of Fla. The Young-Holt Trio, Ramsey and =
Teloqla, Mr. TM' .dhu.. h"r-nII'i-.
into self-reliant Gant is a 1964 graduate of Lewis and Dick Gregory and ShortsMIAMI r>.\...4 Juil writ.
.itliens. Mahalia Jackson .Normal" Hair Col/M...ol HO*Ir ?'.*. !I...
He HoaHhr
Florida AtM. received themast.r' Wahirallr
1 He maintains that the poor degree from Indiana Daft expect fireworks when BROWS El YOUR from SCALP tho Tho tlAIR ROOT D.t. St S. Bklyn 35, M.Y.

will probably stay poor and University in 1960. Ramsey (if he Is available! ) and BEACH Largest remaining jrour hair Nan tfpnd hoavlrja COMB
tha the task of welfare shouldbe the Young-Holt faction take the \ natural
Other officers elected were rookery in the United icolp. Yaan *|O AWAY
to remove the stigma of Mrs. Frankle Rolle, Miami,' stand together The two ex- States for woo ibis is in Cork 'krsrtaiaad !s4
public assistance.He members of the Ramsey Lewis GRAY
Mrs. Irma B. Swllley, Marl- screw swamp, a reserve main- iwhlch I* map
maintains that the Indigent Trio(the orlrtna.1onearemuchtoo >on boMflclal 1""ecI'"Ia.' CAR.OMOCC' .
Jb.
anna, Monsolee' Davis, Jacksonville tained by the Audubon Society la web a .trar.l, powortful WITH
should not have to barter their
Felix Cosby, Orlando, cool for that. Besides, they about 100 miles west of Miami. antlMptlo and do*, turn fin* THIS '
right to privacy and their sense and Leonard Campbell, Tampa, have a swinging thing going for Beach The ibis, or wood stork, (work BUMPY fat, DAIrBC,T?an.oc.ip 5Itianr (COLOR ,

RHYTHM & BLUES of dignity for a budget that vice presidents; Mrs. Sue K. them now that heavy Hysear was common once throughoutthe and PRUCRlll DOCTORS retard for ItJu hly tOMI ....
still leaves them far below may
Don Walker is blowing piano
Russell, Tallahassee, financial Florida Everglades but they aeatp treublo1 Manf annorlntf ."SH
what is considered to be the
for them. axternally cauatd
line. secretary; Mrs.' LucilleWll- ass have dwindled drastically in ..... ." irmnr<< ,.u.aealp..... br oondl-the .
poverty liaise, Tallahassee recordIng number during the last 20 years. UM .f thla Triple .Ito.e1 far = =-
Cleveland publisher Jamie ****effte lonmila. Writ for IhU DOCTOR -
secretary Mrs. TJ.
Lang
; > Vg
RADIO GuidelinesMIAMI Tallahassee, treasurer; Wallace Greene is working out deals in .WVIJTBmSCAtr.. .:4n' atnl to FORMVLA'oar all .....
STATION Los Angeles that very few people ready a t.... Utrr 1 .t M" ....h t. odd .
Burgess, Tallahassee, Anglers in Miami Beach a I DAYS: and II you are sot ; ". a"hW.. IWlII n.t ", It .u.
BEACH{(NPI)- The know about. It concerns his difficulty u.t.... InOflDJ' b.e 11. PaP .
sergeantat arms; Hansel waters frequently have rur, do'eoland..IIyAVOWS'I
committee of the Methodist publication ("IPs Happening") ":..,;: .d.Uv.rymi.. .M. '
eicutlve HAT
Tookes Tallahassee between ; /VDD1! DYtD LOOK,
publicity distinguishing pom-
ChristlanSocial and movie stars. =? own. You' .H "wltrtaa Ia,..."."..h...' "._. ... ......
Board director; and Atty. Ed Duffee some pono and small permit. The ._\ U.tI...fI"... attDIATKp .f. ,CowiIAPI ..Iu.... .........
"WHAMMY Concerns, has approved a new Jr., Tallahassee, parI1am.Dtarbn. Wonder what Universal City'Stadia pompano never grows u large SCALP fORMULA sour .: .. c.... c_
.. of has to about that }w nay ten buy Your' hair' .nl.d In poek.l or pa...
' policy governing issuance say ? as the permit and it more angular sIp tfeoorro fl". ears Jut ..and...* c.::-,:_''.' ....! .*.*.,. 8...* ..
.
public statements concerning, Knowing Jamie, the only thing Mm and addrow t.-GOLD .. .
Sometimes the permitis HAUl P"ODU TaVlC jy.t II.. ell.... Tar oat,
among ether things "black that can happen for his Is: at J ..... .' d.I: .
i ran .trln', ".11, .d.M.-eq called round pompano. Both ph..4 M: ;cwt d.11IAt.ety.
MIAMI" power". circulation np gulp, opt. are excellent for eating. lI .T. Jtols: t'S:: 0.1M.d.l M.I.I.i'--;Ink,
: U.S. :
Savings Bonds MIN to i full: Dopfc H.l, : : York

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THE FLORIDA STAR 1fI'I a'e" '

NEWS T', \J( [ Equal

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Published by the Florida Star FaMlshing Company By.warnrcy u. YOUNG JR.

ENFORCING CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS

MEMBER : //t The civil rights bills passed by Congress fat the put several
segregation and discrimination
NEGRO years form UM basis for ending legal
110NAI. In many areas,oft American life-*f theyan enforced.
Bat tb that government admlnUtritors are under momtlnc pressure

'ERIC 0. SMPSON.Niiiiiit Uier., :. to VhU"go eipecially slow" in enforcing applies to them.officials who |

charge at isslgntoC federal funds to ball: )
HI0A VOOTEN.Circilitin Mjnjtr governments and private agencies. Title VI of 4
y M the 1964 Civil Rights Act forfeits such funds to
that discriminates. It
any agency or company
2323 Miicriif Rud i Ph9is Elfii 4"1712Miiliil Is the: primo weapon In the governme.nP arsenal]|
+ n In
figajnst Mcrcgation, especially l
Addnss school districts are in dire need of federal funds.
This. helps explain why U. S. Commissioner of Education
JicksiMilli Flirl.a 32291 .... Harold Hove has ctne under attack. When Commissioner
P.O. BII 5S9
Howe set up guidelines to assist local school districts to
desegregate, no was subjected to attacks of the most vulgar
MIAMI OFFICE sort One Southern congressman called the distinguished
commissioner educated at Yale and Columbia, "an Idiot

5011 NW 7th An. P..... 7513179 : } '., '' '14/' ",j: r 7 n N( and "ignorant."
( Even more serious were the resultingCongresslonal attempts
SUBSCRIPTION RATES t to weaken his office's efforts to enforce Title VI. This has
One Tear. $6.00 Half Year $4.00 resulted In a snowing feeling on the part of many Southern

Nailed to You Anywhere in the United states 1J + e'kfur' r 4 Q' },,t die-hards segregation.that Some they Southern can get educators away with who their convinced old patterns their of

Subscription payable In advance. school boards to begin desegregation on the ground that It was
Send check or Honey Order to: inevitable, are now In deep trouble because their towns now]
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 590 feel that they moved too soon, and that no one will compel them..

Jacksonville 1., Florida to desegregate after all. .
Many school boards have been encouraged to Ignore the.
9 1' ., .I. .#. guidelines. One federal official l"now when we call on
r Southern school officials for compliance they Just laugh at us."
"'A
Are Public Schools Really Free I ? > <3:1 In the North too,' many local boards feel they can continue

__ __ : \ de facto segregation unhindered by the law.
To listen to some of the complaints made against Mr. Howe
Our school government books and many in 'and his understaffed Inspectors, one would imagine that they
SHOW LEADERSHIP AT HOME!
the field of education, talk so.freely IUT FIRST, We MUST are ruthless tyrants. But only 32 school districts: out of the
about our free public schools. But 'some 27,000 In the nation, have been deprived of federal funds because -'
things are taking place in these schools j- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- --- ___ ____ __ __ N they refused to begin to de greate. Mr. Howe has given;
that make us wonder. 1 leadership to the movement to bring about quaUty Integrated
Even though the book rental is compara- education for all children and the guidelines his office has
tively'small and many of the facilitiesare YOUR Weekly worked out to assure this Is In keeping with the mandate of the
furnished without tuition fees, the 1 Civil Rights Act.
collection of fees from pupils for varying 1 1 Strict enforcement of these guidelines Is desperately needed.It
purposes is about to get out of hand. And is more than 12 years since the Supreme Court outlased
our educational leaders should give some segregated schools, jet 00 per cent of Negro schoolchildren
thought to ways of eradicating fees alto- 1 Guide 'still attend them. This Is an Intolerable situation one which
gether. Horoscope mates a mockery of the law.
Besides being a boon to the parents of *** 'Law enforcement Is endangering the steady, although slow,
several I advances made In the past few years. If the clock Is not to be
school children the *
elimination j
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set back, federal officials must be given full support In their
of
fees would give teachers and
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far more time to plan and teach.principals" By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER effectiveness efforts to uphold must the be law beaten, and back.attempts to interfere with their

Can we not assume from experience that 1 f fI The pattern of Intimidation which exists when Negroes in the
the current cost of attending public 'South attempt to exercise their rights makes expanded federal
schools is working a hardship on many I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR enforcement of civil rights laws necessary. A survey made In
families. Who knows, it might even be a Mississippi shows that parents in one town who sent their
contributing factor to school dropouts. I 1 children to a previously all-white school wen harassed.

School parents and patrons are beginning BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL One-fourth of the parents were pressured by their employers,
to complaint about the multiple fees that some losing their jobs, while almost half got threatening
they must pay ,each year. To lighten the phone calls or were physically assaulted. This shows that
burden of parents, the N. 0. State Boardof I iw "voluntary" compliance doesn't work.
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Education has recommended that 1967 -- wrww ww --- -- ---. AU federal agencies who allocate funds must set up guidelinesto

Legislature provide an additional: per ARIES CANCER LIBRA insure that these funds waft be used to maintain discriminatory
pupil in state ,funds to pay for books and, CAPRICORN ''pract ce.. They must do this In order to enforce fit
supplies which no* has risen in cost. from BOO MARCH, BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. Bell DEC.:' '" laws of the land, something they are sworn to do. 4I
$1.75 per pupil to 300. 2ht- APRIL 19tb 2211 JULY 221d 23rd -' OCT 23rd 223d JAN. m Action is needed 'on a broad front More federal registrarsare
It' is needed to register Negro voters In the South. Hospitals,
states our if hope that Florida and other Waste not. Social life is Just Ifs the old trick. No matter Show strength. The temptation You have little choice. Caprl- as well,as school boards, are still maintaining segregated
will they have not already done so, as Important as a more serious what disguise temptation may to spend, speculate, or give ccrnians, on the whole, know facilities in violation of the law. The Department of Housing
relief petition their State Legislature for occupation in the pursuit of assume, It ran only lead to the In to emotions seems< to be better than anyone else what and Urban Development) must finally set up Its long-promised
from the burden of' renting: books health! wealth and happiness.But same loss or disappointment Just as insidious as It Is per- it is to pull themselves up guidelines. And all agencies should get more funds to hire
annually. il It U of the kind that as before. Do not be captivatedby sistent. It could overcome objections by their boot straps. While this added Inspectors to Insure compliance. To do otherwise Is to
Think of ,the school lunch program also entails wasting your vital as Dame Fortune or the luresof even when aware chat is an ordeal ct a special kind, use federal money to support Illegal segregation
We admit that no one can buy as good a well as material resources, an attractive person, for you may be asking for trouble it also carries the advantage
meal elsewhere for so little. However, delay no longer in seeking new your pocketbook could be their as,, a consequence. The disapproval of imparting wisdom and experience -
some parents can't afford the small lunch friends, higher values and a main targets. They are not of an associate or someone to those who have to THE UR1ANLEAGUE
fees asked by our school lunch rooms. much more constructive pat-' likely to hesitate playing on high In authority is not undergo it. rhls knowledge can
Those of us who are well off caaaot tern to which you must adapt. heart strings when this seemsto likely to make the course an now come In very handy when",
imagine how severe is the burden Those who may be willing to be the only way to reach easy one on the 3rd. There ssmeone may mistake your STORYBy
hundreds of families across the upon 'aid In'' establishing this desirable yea. It would be a mistake to are occasions when It takes reserve for gullibility and
Citizens let land. goal may be legion once sever home ties for any reason more character to submit than attempt to sell you a worthless
us wake and do CLANZELL
BROWN
about this educational up something they are convinced that you are whatsoever unless thoroughly to resort to a de'Jant stand. bill of goods. Those who try
sapping the life cancer that Is anxious and determined to go prepared to set out in the world You could come to this very to prove friendship through The Urban League's Board members and staff thank its
education is out of our'schools. If through the entailed pains and and moot it on Its own harsh conclusion when you allow your bombast or flattery often are many supporters and participants for your help during the
by all means let supposed it be to be free, then sacrifices terms oiind to overrule your heart. the most suspect. Another day year 1966. It has been an eventful year We would like to
free. 3-60-44-11-324 1 30 44 13 622 16 709 when pressure may be applied emphasise a few things that hero happened during the year
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to trap you into making com., that will help the less fortunate members of

Handicapped Make Leaders TAURUS LEO SCORPIO proportions mlttment the of 3rd.no mean our The community minimum housing code will allow many

BORN APRIL BORN.IULY23rd BORN OCT. persons for the first time to have hot and cold
All over the nation we have 'handicapped 9.50.68.19.497AQUARIUS water, tight walls, sealed windows, electrical R
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24th
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persons who seem born to be leaders. fixtures, and a painted home
have that They Set your pace: The old saw Just face it. There 1s chance Are you sure? Some of you The Job Development Program that will help
persistence, sk111'and art about the person walking atone that many of you Leos are could be laboring under a misapprehension to train some 400 workers, has placed: SO
drive and tenacity that makes them succeed getting the farthest could apply l mainly responsible for the state regardingcareers BORN JAN. persons in better jobs.
in spite of their handicaps.For to many Taureans at this stageIn of affairs that keep you from homes and family re- Project ENABLE has given hope In lieu of despair to more
instance, such an Individual 1 s life. The wrong mate or making any appreciable pro- lationships. Taking any sort 20th FEB. 11thTis than 100 parents who have multi-problems that Include housing,
Ralph Cipriano who overcame complete partner often turns out to be gress. You may be marriedto of action without first making arrays thus. Whether education employment, health services and community upgrading
blindness to become the too agent of the the biggest barrier to success. the wrong person who Is the certain that there isn'tthe there Is a change leadership, (streets, lights and Level )
This whole matter, should It be .cause of the largest and never- slightest possiblity of you or u the composition of administrative We sponsored an pment) Institute that was
% New York Life Insurance Company. For his present in any particular case, ending drain on your pocket- making a mistake could resultIn groups, those who designed to give management training and financial assistance
forty years of efficient service, he was may have to be mulled over book. Or you are not sufficientlyIn an injustice to others or a do the actual work and who to the small businessman and aspirants. Due to changes{t
recently honored by his associates at a and a positive decision reached. control of your emotionsto development that Is unfavorable carry out policies remain the beyond our control, this program never materaliced, but on,
weekly breakfast of the 'District of Once having started the wheels refuse anything to the one Another day when a crisis in same. Therefore,' the December 16, 1966 we were informed that the Small Business
'Columbia Underwriters ,Association. moving In the wanted direction you love. Or you may be slaveto the world or private life may complexities of official procedures Administration has money available for Negroes to expand or,
Despite the blind man's loss of visionin It will be necessary to push the whims of Lady Chance make you feel as If there Is and red tape are enter business
he with the greatest vigor and who Is not always lavish in nothing left to do or to hope, '..ldom, If ever, eliminated The rote of the League continues to emphasise team work,
1938
qualified for the Million determination until reaching her gifts or who demands a for many the 3rd. But many of It appears that It Is not the and It Is our basic desire to share and give our services and
Dollar Round Table last year. He has your destination. Beware emotions big price to be courted. Any us have gone through similar first time that Aquarians have resources to every member of our society without bias.This .
been a member of the New York Life's that could trick you Into one of these factors may lie or worse times before and run up against frustrating
Leadership Clubs each year for 40 years. abandoning alms and settling behind the difficulties that arise there is no valid reason for blocks to their aspirations and
for his leadership qualities, Ralph back In the old'ret from which In abode and in closest as' things taking too Just serious now. a view d endeavors to establish a stable Week !II Negro History
Cipriano earned the right to become a you prefer to escape sociations. way of existence, such as they

member of the omp ny' President Councilof 8-40-68-18-548 6-70-99-14-210 j 80 -.65 -18. 348 have believed to be their due., Dec 26,.1906 Alpha Phi Alpha, the first Negro Greek-letter

200 top underwriters. S20S313776PISCES social fraternity. was founded at Cornell University Ithaca,
Remember that a handicap is no deterentin REMIND! SAGITTARIUSBORN N. Y,

the way of a man who plans to go some- IORN MAY VIRGO
Bandleader
Dec. 26,1907 CaB Callaway born in New
NOV. was York.
where in life and make himself immortalfor 21st' JUNE 21st BORN AUG.

his great service. There life. It often Happens 23rd SEPT. 22idDon't 23rd DEC. 21st 10BN fEl.Uti Dec. 26,1908; Jack Johnson boxer knocked out Tommy Burns
that those who have striven Discipline Is grand. Whether MAR. 20th Sydney, Australia, before police stopped the fight.
,Con-Game Won guess There are times It Is of the kind that Is self- -
.The : People Ever Learn the hardest are the ones who when '
one arrive at
obtain the smallest rewards. might decisions imposed, the sort that Who's responsioie There 'Dec. 27, lea The first Africa Methodist Episcopal: Zion

Hundreds of times we have read in the Some Gemlnlans are quite apt possession without of the being facts. And In full the Is applied fort the benefit of having seems to something be little on doubt your about mindor Church.was established at New Bern, N. C.
those who share abode
to arrive at this conclusion your ,
daily newspapers about people being "conned" on the 1st But It could complicate tendency to institute new workIng discipline U about the best conscience., blaming luck Dec. 27, 1963 Earl B. GUllam,first Negro to become municipal;
out of their money by shrewd matters all the methods, that have not had charactar-burider In exist or other persons for something court Jurist in San Diego, Calif.
operators., The frequency with which this try and offset this condition moreto t the benefit of severe testing ence. Figure out the exact cause that yon yourself have done
kind, of thing occurs concerns us very by embarking on an Ill-advised beforehand, could also of your problems or handicap- will not provide a facile way Dec. 2e, 18708. H. Archer, teacher and later president, M ore-
much. speculative) venture; or to under overcome better Judgment when pin g Inhibitions and start out. The truth must be faced house College, Atlanta, Ga., born in Petersburg, Va.
; pressure These are all 'and the blame If
Down in Tampa, a- woman who thought 'she marry with the Idea that this factors that keep the list of effectively evolving a remove plan them.that This will squarely where,it belongs any, placed,even .Dec. 29, 1827 Hiram Revels of Mississippi, first Negro U. 8,
will solve aU
could j$20d"mature' ()( into $400 by wearing your difficulties.In mishaps In Industry, and the also Is aperlod when statements If It Is on your own 1bouJde; senator, was born In North Carolina.
the cases of who know
some
it around her waist for five days, took highways breaking new recordsover' or news Items In general are Taking financial chances
the true of
love
It to a spiritual 'advisor to keep' for for meaning branch, whether and over again Those most suspect and should not 'or getting mixed up In emotional Dec. 29, 1952 Fletcher "Christopher Columbus" Henderson,
a
or a
person of you whose social interest attachments Is another bandleader and noted jazs
died in New
three months. of be accepted at face value arranger-composer,
learning, the possibilities
When the woman went to get her money, it I al making marks In the desired Impose or professional requirements Trouble could stem from monetary way of inviting trouble on a York at the age of 55.
a great strain on your large scale. Anyone legally tied t
was not returned to her. And the victim i
reported the mat? to the, police... <*,.'!. J j plmtslng.Mea cultivated The talents that have also take Into consideration the are too daring and Uncontrollable straying on your part In Mississippi.' He. served as judge of the U.B. CuatOl ?
and the
was told that ta* money was buried, I acid lest could] carry: given come to advisability of doing everything An attempt to get othersto ,should yon consider,following Court in New.York -
What amazes' us l& how can so many people ,njvecedented heights humanly possible to ease It. accept reason could succeed such a course
Dec. 31, 1945 Lester B. Granger was awarded the Navy's
be caught in this web of trickery 1-1q.77-16-9 53 4-90-22-17-836: 6.20.7"-14.631 7-60-33-19-100 highest civilian decoration..m .

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II I r. A Jt--:: --- Kirot r.:"I'w I..1:
SOCIALLY YSPEAKING'I Gulnyard Lily White Lodg 1:. wfll
sponsor t Fellowship TM Jam.
p 29 from 4 to 6 P..., a tM'"
of Mr. sod Mrs.Y. B.RqIu.
'Season's Greetings' were extended to is visiting her son L. C. Raymond Lambertof A program will be presented'
Jacksonville and the surrounding area 6731 Alaro Road his wife Anne, and with outstanding. talettparticipating.
Monday evening by the Flajax Club. their children, Victor Raymond>> Jr. ,
one of the leading social organizationsIn Pamela and Charles. .. .
the city. The occasion was their
thirty-sixth anniversary dance held In K. Thomas was elected
Civic Auditorium. Mrs. Anne M. Monroe became the bride of Y. worshipful muter for the North
The official roster of officers and impressive Jacksonville Lodge 37,FAM, f fiD
Dr. W. W. Schell Jr. in an the election meeting.
members of Flajax include Charley E. ceremony performed Monday, December 28,. at l Other officers elected were:
Simmons, Jr. president; A. L. O-sgood 1510 Jefferson Street. r71 W.A.D1x, senior warden; William -
vice president; Wendel I P. Holmes recording Miss Gwendolyn Schell sister of the Wilcox Junior warden;; I
secretary ; Andrew D. Martin groom attended the bride, and James P. Frank Courtney, secretary; J.
corresponding see r eta r y; Rudolph Schell brother of the groom, was best C. Hurston, MBA secretary; I
A. Fleming treasurer; P. 8.
L. Daniels financial secretary; Jerry
man.
Iszard, treasurer; Johnle Brown, sergeant- Given in marriage by Dr. J. C. Downing* Newson Bryant,, junior senior deacon deacon;;Claude James I
at-arms ; William N. Scott Chaplain I I ; the bride wore a lovely blue gown which "'R Byrd, tyler; James Galley,
Iheodore L. Redding, Lorenzo I. Alexander was enhanced by the beautiful blue and marshal; George Davis, senior
and Robert Peopers, trustees; EL L. white floral arrangements in the back 7 .. .. ..0,. .. ''' steward; Bernard ., Junior I
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Harris business manager ; Dr. C. W. ground. Her attendant was attired i jrj ;" ,.. ", 1' '' t't. ..;,.t:' steward; D.R. ,lecturer;
Banks; J. A. Batts; M. H. Barnett; F. R. pink. ., ; K. .' Thomas J. Wilson chaplain;
I.S .
; W. A. DIE, sick committee t
Sr. H. L. Barney; Mrs. Auburn A. .i .
Brooks; R. A. Brown ; Mrs. Mathew George and .' chairman; and B. J. Perkins.
I. H. Burney; Dr. L. B. Childs; Dr. E. Lovette greeted guests who were regis- '! w r-
Dr. J. C. Downing; N. B. EnQram; Mrs. H. Starkes. Mrs. -- .. .. .tLEONTYNZ
A. Cosby; tered by George > A Tote -tea tru.tpcowredj7.tbe Younc People's.Social and Saving Club in Mt. Zion Tn ,
J. S. Genwright; J. D. Greene; Dr. J. R. James Johnson received gifts. Miss Anest Church of God in Unity, Dec. 19. Mrs. M. Breedon and Mrs. Dora Brown presided'over the
Henderson ; H. H. Howard; E. M. Johnson ; Schell and Miss Janice Sutton server! at affair Offlcers of the club are: Bennie Haynes, president; Phyllis Rucker, vice president;
,A. K. Knight; J. L. Lewis, Jr. ; Dr. J. the punch bowls. .Shirley Dixon, secretary; Novetta Rucker, financial secretary; Valerie Best, treasurer
.,A. Long; W. S. Maxwell I I ; C. S. Satterwhite; Out of town guests IncludedtDr., and Mrs.C. Freddie Collins, chaplain; and( Diane McKenny, reporter .J
.Dr. W. W. Schell ; L. J. Shaw Jr. ; D. W. Banks of Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs.E. .
Varmer; and Dr. E. H. Washington.The A. Cosby of Gainesville; Mr. 'and Mrs. Wedding. Bells New StaNtoN
Albert I Downing 1 Band of Tampa of Savannah Georgia, Mr. and
Larry Bryant ,
Otis) Collins, 223 CopelandLane Bennie Young, 802 W. BeaverSt.
furnished music for the affair. Mrs. Coleman of Gainesville; Mrs. Essie 21 and Dorothy Daniels, ., 44 and Waldia J. Harvey- Slates DanceNew
... D. Silva of Miami ; Dr. and Mrs. Robert 515 Carl St., 17. 802 W, Beaver St., 29. I H
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Swain of St. Petersburg; and Dr. and Mrs. StantonSenlorHighSchool
Mrs Virginia Lambert of Jamaica, New L. R. Hampton of Ocala. James Thompson, 531 W. John Benjamin Ellis Jr., 1130W. will be the scene of the traditional -
York 'and, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts Bridal consultants and/or assistants Church St., 60 and Clydell 30th St., 22 and Evelyn New Years dance
Juanita Donald, 1527 W. 35th Annette Easter, 1348 W. 14th Friday at 8 p.m. Senior high
Powell Mrs. James P.
Mrs. Ethel
included ; St., 53.Lonnie. St., 17.Charles. and college students are expected -
Schell sister-in-law of the groom; and to be In attendance
members of Kevinette Bridge Club. Collins, 554 W. 19th Willis Williams, 1331 According to the school per-
St., 21 and Audrey Hankies, Florida Ave., 23 and Jean sonnel In charge, chaperons
127*i W. 29th St.. 16. Howard, 1111 Florida Ave., 19. will be provided and a nominal
The I960 Scouters' appreciation Banquetfor admission will be charged. PRICE
Bernard Outing 350 Claude St., Freddie Hawkins, 1620 Dot St., An invitational has been extended
District of the North
Cherokee what
the off to promisesto
18 and Sandra Lee Griffin, 131 17 and Frankie Mae Harris, to all servicemen from Starting
e Florida Council of Boy Scouts of Americawas Caroline St., 17. 1528 W. 1st St., 18. William Retires, Northwestern, be the greatest year of her
held recently in the cafeteria of Matthew W. Gilbert, Douglas career Is Leontyne Price, who
E u g e n e J. Butler Junior-Senior High John Henry Davis Jr., 824 W. Charles Edward White, 1545 Anderson, Vocational, Eugene greets the New Year, 1967 with
School. William D. Sweet presided. Church St., 44 and Sallle Jane Louisiana St., 20 and Arbesto Butler and NevStantonSchools, an appearance la the Bell Telephone
Appearing on the program were ; Rev. Davis, 824 W. Church St., 37. Collins, 1360 W, 24th St., 18. home for the holidays,toattend, Ladies Hour of Opera.special" ,The"The telecast First
Mrs. Geneva Milliard', senior
il Remus Smith ; W. Russel Robinson ; RobertA. Willie all In color, is over the NBC-TV
Blair, 1472 W.State St., Willis Nathaniel Mitchell, 950 secretary announced that
Sewell ; Charles E. Simmons Jr. ; 34. and Dorothy Jean Wallace, Julia St., 19 and Henrietta uniformed servicemen will be network, Sunday Jan. 1, at
William Emmis of the North Carolina I 6319 Coolidge Rd., 23. .Judge, 706 Ct. C, 17. admitted free 0.30 p.m. (NPI Photo)
Region; Harace Williamson, scout executive 'I
: I ; J. E. Bradford Jr. ; 1. R.

I Rutherford, Sr. ; J. C. Downing; and Alton
JojousI.
Adams Jr.
Officers i of Cherokee District are
William D. Sweet chairman ; Ernest L.
Wilson, vice chairman; Capers M. Thompson,
I. vice chalrrrtan ; Frank Courtney, v I Ice

( ; chairman'andiJames,,; Sloan, district. commission La:
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The original Gospel Harmon-
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1 1 At Watch Night Sirvices TWO MINUTES: ':'

l CHDRCH NEWS .

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WALTERS MEMORIAL ULINOU easesWHAT .or.
Watch Night services will be held Saturday at 10 p.m, la ,

Walters llemcrial AUE Zion Church according to Res. H. C.

Archie pastor. Sermons will be delivered by several ministers, 1 IS GRACE?
and refreshments will be served in the lower unit of the chore

At rpjn., Choir S will rehearse. Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer "The Father pf LIn" always meant man to sin and caused himto

and class meeting will be held hates the truth, but he does not sin, how was man disobedient
Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at : a.m., always oppone it by the tame nicthodi. and what cause could God have \o\

with Superintendent A. B. Rogers In chart. The lesson, If he fail to-succeed al a : be anryP Those who would shift

"Time of Preparation," will be reviewed by Presiding Elder roaring lion he may appear as an I the responsibility for sin from.'hem.

W. L.SoucSer e angel of light, luaae.tincthat lurely selves to Codhould! remember that
liornlng service at 11 o'clock. The presiding,elder
begins
His
He standards
a God of love will not condemn proclaimed of
will deliver the sermon. At 5 p.m., Christian Endeavor Hour forever Sinners, righteousness the law "that
Christ-rejectors every
at 6:30 o'clock. The Lord'eduring
and the ..enIDIlenlc. :
commences he will contend, are not responsiblefor mouth might be stopped and that
Supper will major Choir presiding elder and pastor their sins anyway, for does not all the world might be brought In
the services. 1 and Usher Board 1 will
., Eph. 1:11 teach that "God workethall guilty before God" (Rom. 3:19): )
at the Instrument.
Vera J.
with Mrs. Rogers
serve things after the counsel 1 of Hi The contention that all will fin.

own will"? And thu* God Himself ally be saved may at first sound
CHURCH OF GOD
Fa !I. supposed to have conceived the like wonderful grace, but actually
Watch Night service will begin at 8:30: p.m., Saturday in the
Church of God In Christ 4, with Elder W. F. Faust, pastor, idea of sin a* "a gracious mean. there is not one particle of gracein
to a glorious end," and to have it, for it is based on the theory
presiding. Zannie Hall will deliver his trial sermon and music
will be'rendered by the combined choirs with Mrs C. Faust caused man to fall into s'l: so tht that since God got u< into sin it is

and Hiss D. Faust at the Instruments. Elder Faust will have He might finally save him from it. only just that He save ui from it's

charge of the pulpit services.ST. Why an almighty, all-.i.e i all- and penalty.kindness But to grace the is UNDESERV God's mercy

loving God permitted sin to enter
ING. In Eph. 2, after
STEPHEN AME the universe must, for the time calling
Proclamation Celebration will beheld sinners "children of disobedience"
The 104th Emancipation being, remain an impemtrable my.
2 at 10:45 In St. Stephen AWE Church Rev and therefore "children of wrath",
Jan. : a.m., tery to us, but one thing is certain:
J. S. Johnson, host pastor. the Apostle Paul goes on to sty:
He i. NOT the author of sin, and
The observance will feature a combined choir All cnolrs NEVER the responsibilityfor "BUT GOD, who is RICH IN
accepts
'and choruses have been Invited to participate. Rev. A. J, it-except that in grace and MERCY, for His GREAT LOn
wherewith He loved ,
huh
us
Hughes Is the director
love IJe bore it. penalty for man.
Rev. C. Dailey, pastor at First Baptist Church, will deliver quickened us raised us up, .1\
the address, and Dr. W. B. Stewart, president of Edward God calls sinners "children of and made us to sit together in heave
Waters College will give the occasion. DISOBEDIENCE" and "children enly places in Christ Jesus; that

Janice McIntosh, a student at New Stanton High School will of WRATH" (Eph. 2:2: 3)), explaining in the ages to come He might show
read the Emancipation Proclamation. in clearest language that THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF

Leon Gonzalez, newly-elected president of the Emancipation __ ,,'T. ..1-" He hates sin and that His anger HIS GRACE IN HIS KINDNESS .
Committee, has asked all churches to have a moment of silent is kindled ,against it (Rom. 1:18: ; TOWARD US THROUGH
Watch Night service will begin at 8:45: pits in Evergreen Singers, ExcdUlors traveling Stars, Voices"of Jerusalem, "
But i if God CHRIST
prayer-at the morning service Jan. 1 In memory of the late Eph.5:6: ; John 3:36): ) JESUS.
Baptist Church Logan andClevelandSts.Aprogram sponsored SUveraires Tookes Deacon
Mary
Joe. H, James who served as president for Cliftones Singers Nealey,
many years
by Andrew McCall will feature the Sunbeam Singers (pictured Tbompklns Austin Twins, Earestine Platt, Sadie Mitchell,
Attorney D. W. Perkins will preside at the observance.Program .
above), Bostooettes Thomas Singers, McCall Singers, Mary j. Powell Rev. Dixon and the Dlzlettes, Richard Davis, and' PAUL THE PATTERNMany I
Goodman, Alice Philip, Bertha Harris Singers Celestial the Echoettes. ,r
Bible Revival Meeting '""'- religious people take the I But God has given us a patternfor .

Presented Rev. Catching Rites Lord Jesus Christ as their patternin I salvation. It Is none other than
Altar
Drill First BaptistWatch
At First Born ABC, UNCF life. They call Him "The Great the Apostle Paul, the chief I of

The BYPU of Central Baptist Revival meeting will begin Gets New ScheduledAt Example." When problems arise sinners savedy grace Hear what
Church located at Third and Monday night In First Born Co.ProdlcesChoirs Night service will begin they ask themselves "What would he says by divine inspiration:

Broad Sts., will present a pro- Temple 825 W. Monroe St., Saturday at 9 p.m., In First Jesus do?" They seek salvation by
Church College Park. "This Is-a faithful saying and
Church Post baptist "
Rallies His
gram and Bible rill Jan. 8 with Mrs. Catherine Anderson W. "walking steps.
Three sermons will be worthy of all acceptation, that.
at 4:45: p.m., at the church In charge Serieschoirs While our Lord's moral and spire
The Sr. Hf-Y Club of William delivered. itual virtues indeed of Christ Jesus came Into the worldto
q
with E. H. Clipper, president, Elder A. Hill, pastor, has are worthy
Sunday services begin with the sinners,of whom lam chief"'
save
Raines High School wlllpresent
emulation, there details
in charge asked all members to support of three Texan' were many
Officers will also be elected the service. The public has will be featured on the Colleges opening t Its second "Annual Altar Ser Sunday School at 10 a.m., with in Hi. conduct which we should (Tim. :15): ). Paul ,as Saul of Tarsus
vice" to to held on the first James UcCutcben In charge remember, had led his nation
for the new year been invited to attend. 1967 broadcast of ABC's not ImmiUte. For example, none
"Negro College Choirs"series day of school in the new year Morning service at 11:30: of us would be in a position to and the world in rebellion againstGod
The theme for the service will o'clock and BTU at 6:30: p.m., the religious hypocrites and His Christ. He was "ex
the week of Jan. 1. The seriesis pronounce upon
be "Getting Off to a Good with Mrs. Ethel Johnson pre- ceedingly mad"against the disciples
You. Do n't Have To Go To 'Town To Get co-produced by the ABC of our day the bitter won
Start," and the speaker, Pastor .sldlng. Evening service will which our Lord pronounced of Christ and "breathed threateningand
Radio Network and the United upon
,.c Paul Labrent,St.Paul Lutheran ,begin at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. F. the Pharit s of His day-simply slaughter" against them. Why
Negro College Fund and
Church will stress the D. Davis pastor, will deliver then, did God Aim He
features the choir the Fund's because we all have so much of save goes.
LOW PRICES member colleges. Spotlighted importance moral values of In spiritualand the sermon. the Pharisee in us. on to tell us In the next verse:
achieving
In the Initial broadcast of the Certainly we cannot be saved by
"But for Ikit cauti I obtained
success In all New Year St. Matthew
DRUG STORE NEEDS year will be the choirs of Bishop ( endeavors "following Christ" or striving to mercy, that in me first Jesus Christ
College In Dallas Huston-Til- live as He did. His perfect holiness
; Religious leaders of various Services Sunday In GreaterSt. might show forth all longtuffering,
bison In Austin would only emphasize our unrighteousness
College and
Trade WlthYoar 'Neighborhood Drug !Store The Council for Christian denominations In the communityhave Matthew Baptist Church begin FOR A PATTERN to them that
WE W 1 .Lf MEET ANY.. PRICES ADV. IN "YOURJXKAti Wiley College in Marshall., Social Action of the United been invited to parUcipaU with the Sunday School at and condemn us. He cameto should hereafter believe on.Him to
Subsequent broadcasts of the not by His life, but
by
save
Papers. W tiellver.... We." also till all Doctors. "Prescript month will feature the' choirs'' Church of Christ today established ,raDII the Hi-Y has extended ax 0:45 a.m., with Deacon W. J. t uons. Tnn an invitation to parents and friendsto Nathan in charge. Morning ser- moral Take stand with Paul. ,
of St. Augustine's College development with headquarters .in. (I Cor. 15:3): ) and sinners are : your
join with the administration vice at 11 o'clock. The
,
Raleigh, N. C., the week of In Washington D.C., the begins "reconciled to God by the death of Admit you are a sinmt and his
faculty and student body in beginning pastor will deliver the sermon.
Jan. 8; Clark College Atlanta His Son" (Rom. 5:10): ). Savior will too.
first such function to be sponsored the calendar witha The Holy Communion will be save you
Dixie year
Pharmacy Ga., the week of Jan. 15 Bar
; by a Protestant denomi!
ber-Scotia religious and inspirational administered at 5 p.m. All .. .
Concord
College, nation. chapel program. choirs and ushers will serve Rev. H.I. HerodTo Sunday: servicesAt
N. C., the week of Jan. 22
; Associated in the program of
Dr. Andrew A.Robinson pr'n- the day. Prayer
throughout
1302 Kinfs Road At Myrtle Aiesae and Virginia Union University the new office which is being cipal, has stated that to would meeting will be held Tuesday Emanuel
Richmond Va. the week of PreachAt
financed by the United Church be happy to set a large number night, followed by the Bible
Phones Elfin 5559798 Jan. 29, of Christ agency, will be the of parents and frlendlln&.ttend-I study. The Christian Aid Club Services Sunday in Emanuel
"Negro College Choirs" is Central
American Baptist Convention, &DC,. He further stated that will meet at the usual hour. Baptist Baptist Church will begin withantral
carried by ABC. affiliated the stations the Christian Churches (DIsciples because of limited seating fa- Wednesday at 5 p.m., Choir 2 Services Sunday In C I the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.,
throughout
country of Christ), Church of cilities visitors have the option will rehearse, and at 7 p.m., Baptist Church commeuci with I with Mrs. Ma ale Fields and
PAY YOUR UGH 1 WATER on varying. Check days local and atdttterenthours. the Brethren Protestant Episcopal ,of attending either the 9:15 Choir 1 will meet for rebear- the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.I Deacon George Smith in

newspaper Chruch,Methodist Church or 11:00: a.m. program. eal.. with Superintendent M.E. Johnson charge Morning service at 10:
AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE listings for alrtlme In specific and the United Presbyterian Membership of the Sr. Hl-Y In charge. The lesson will I 55 o'clock with the deacons

areas Church in the UJS.A. Club is composod of high school Elder M. Davis be reviewed by Rev. George I in charge of the devotion. At
Tie Rev Dr. Ray Gibbons young men dedicated to maintaining Monroe. 5 p.m., BTU with Deacon James

New York Director of the Sand extending higher Observe5th Senior Choir 1 will sing for Phillips In charge. The evening

NOW! United Cturcb Council for standards of Christian Singers the 11 am. service and Rev service begins at 6:30: o'clock.

Christian Social Action announced character throughout the home, Benton Griffith will conduct the Choir 3. Children's Choir,

3118 Edgewood Ave W the appointment of the school and community, It was Anniversary devotion.! Rev H. L. Herod, Usher Board 8 and the Junior'
Rev. L. Mayaord Catchings, announced. pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist board will serve .
Elder MOM Davis and Singers
Administrator of the American
4 LOCATIONSTO Church will
southslde preachfor
will observe their 5th anniversary -
School in Singapore to head communion
SERVE YOU .the new office. He will open Singers Slate Jan. 15 In the Elks services the morning, which will bo held LE0''S I
offices January 3 In the Washington Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m.
at 6 Mrs G. Tucker will
Gospel Program p.m.
the
3701 EMERSON headquarters of the The participants Include
at the instrument. Senior
preside
National Council of Churches. Sunday Morning Prayer Band She Rtparii
Usher Boards 1 and 2 will
830 CASSAT AVE. : He also announced that Dr.. The Sunbeam;) and Excelsior M r I. Harriett Balsa, EdgarHall
Gospel Singers will render a Mrs Alice Boston and serve throughout the day, and
1824 WEST BEAVER William Bradley of the inter- all choirs will render the music
national development staff of gospel program Jam 15 at 8 Singers Rosa Lee Grace Mrs. Of Lay Kill
OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S DAY the Rockefeller Foundation will p. m., in ColossUns Baptist Gussle P. Gray, Evangelist A. for The the communion worship
Church, West 31st St. McCall and Singers, Cliftone Sunday School teachers
OLD FASHIONED HOG chair the program committee will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m., Is Oar OIly Business
jDther participants will include Singers Mrs A. McBride Celestial -
of denominational and Interdenominational
TEETH the Thomas Singers Spiritual Singers Union and prayer meeting will beheldat

TONGUE representative Thelmarettes, Mrs. Thelma Gospel Singers, Traveling 8 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., 334 E. Oiiii it. e
Dr. Glbbons'ezplalned that the
f Senior
Choir 2 will meet.
J ow 29c purpose of the new enterpriseis Edwards and others. The program Stars Gospel Echoettes Sunbeam p--"
Buy Now & threefold i 1. to educate is being sponsored by Singers and Mrs. I

for New churcb bodies about! the pro- Deacon A. Rush. _U._. ShootM... I r .

blems of world trade food and

agriculture population corn-
unity development and foreign

FLA0A SLACKEYE aid, Z, to interpret international
/ development Issues to VETERANSTHE

12 OZ. churches and S, to engage
IDeu.s. churches In international development I Ii

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Negro Mayor Nurse Fashion Show EDUCATION .Rights Leader, AJC,-WencM-t'


Among Guests ROUNDUPA Oppose AntipovertyATLANTA .C.'IQ

-sf- L_ :-- -iii ROSE BY... Ga. Rev. Dr. Ralph David 'Al nratl1 14 fc e
Of Birmingham WASHINGTON (CNPI) The telegram to President Lyndon B. Johnson asked the Chief
American Federation of Teachers Executive "to consider requesting expansion of Office,.of
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (NPI>- has been urged to dis- Economic Opportunity.. funding Instead the cutbacks we rUdshout ,
Adeojiate bousing through u codfage: qse of th '".In. in me press. '"
redevelopment) and an expanded name" Negro and start using Rev. Abernathy made this Ul.f ncy." :
industrial development program a Ulw term Afro-American move In the wake of Senate Rev. Abernathy, wfco'foW': Id
ire high on the list of : q w'N instead. Keith Baird,a language testimony by Dr. Martin Luther national prominence -with; J fir,
declare rzv teacher at Bushwlch High King Jr. which emphasized the King In the Montgomery; Ibu.
School, Brooklyn, said It was concern of the Southern Christ- bus boycott of ItS5-5&,L", ta:
Mma's only Incorporated Negro : ,time Negroes moved up to hyphenated Ian Leadership Conference Vice PresidentULargetad.
municlpalliy, Hobsoh City, : I status such u theItalianAmericans about the grave situation confronting financial, Seeretary-Trealjtf-
:
during a brief interview at city ___ : and other' the federal antlpovertxprop'am. er. He and Rev;Andrew ?wag,
ball last week. '
minority groups. This would .
Executive Director, cweotly
StripUn was among aome'9mayors 0 Indicate an "ethnic Identity" The plea for a stronger and are directing 8CLC: programs
of Alabama municipal, and connection with "land cul- made the
bigger program was In the absence :.of Dr...tone
lees Invited by local mayor ture,. and history," said the telegram said, "with the SCLC President,' who U are t
AlbBrt Boutwell for a <&iylong'Mayors' < Barbados-born teacher. tragedy of last summer's social two-month ,leave to write A
meeting which included eruptions still fresh In mind

a special fellowship luncheon rJ JIRSTTIME and with full knowledge that boot. l',
hosted by Birmingham Southern' r I RICHMOND, Va. -(NPI)- Integration these situations might have been
College; a grand tour of Interesting -' has found its way worse had It not been for the THE LAST ONE' to bare a
sites throughout the ,Into this state's textbooks. Approved far-sightedness of the antipoverty -. cocktail party can bard1 f. Cotk. *
city and an informative, grassroots -' by the State Board of program in Its olic Dig ll- -Octfter. ; :
Seminar of "Problems;, Education were textbooks for
Common" to all municipal tui use in English, social studies,
governments, large or small.. ) and foreign language classes
Mayor Striplin stated that the 1\t\ which for the first time have
regional office of the U. S., Illustrated the Negro as well
Dept. of Housing and Urban' u white children. Most of the !
Development; based in Atlanta,' % ___ high school social studies
way soon expected to act upon, textbooks deal with problemssuch ))416e
an application on a grant for u the history of the civil
the'' construction of an 80-unit: rights movement, contributions
boun rag development In H of Negroes to American arts
City which is located between HXbli and sciences, and the nature
Anniston and Hartsell of prejudice.
Additionally Strlplin revealed
that Hobson City industrial SWITCHAROUND
Jevelopment board, of vhlchJames LYNCHBURG, Va. -(NPI})
A. Turner la chairman, "NURSE FASHION SHOW"MODELS gather round the principal program, and Ex-LaiInc.IntheforegioundareMrs. M. Ella- Southerners went to court to r
is presently seeking new industries speakers at a nurse recruitment seminar held predomlnantly- beth Carnegie,Associate Editor of"Nursing Outlook*'maratine. have school! Integration permitted -
to locate in the Negro Girls High School Boston,Mass.Before an audience of and Robert A.M. Peterson, Vice President-Marketing for while Northerners
municipality. He added that an 500 cheerlnnlrla,student.from Bostoonurllol(schools modelEzLu, Inc., who advised girls to consider nursing as a career sought to have an Integration
expansion program has already led their own distinctive uniforms. T'.-seminar w>sponsored to meet a shartage of 125.000 muses in the nation law ruled unconstitutional. .
begun at the GENESCO plant by Boston University's ODWIN((Open Doors Wider in Nursing) Sweet Briar College asked U.
which already employs 130 S. District Court In Lynchburg
persons. Charlie Bradford isslid Norman Powell Move On To Keep Maddox for a new trial In Its bid to
to be the first member of Negro NamedTo break the racial restrictions
the Negro group to be employedat Appointed New Head In the will of founder.Mean:
the plant as an assistant From Becoming Ga's GovernorATLANTA while, the Boston School Com
manager. Judical PostIn mittee went to court seekingto
The daylong fruitful activities Of AmalgamatedNEW NPQ- The state's 10 Negro legislators not have a state law requiring r
counting Julian Bond were expected to do their to
also ..rvedasasortof"Caurse part help -racial balance declared uncoo*..
in Democracy In Action." The Maryland YORK CITY- The appointment keep mist_ Lester G. Maddox from becoming the state's next stituUonal.
of Norman W.Powell .
event afforded the other 69 BALTIMORENPI)- James governor
to the established
mayors to meet, fellowship and H. Taylor of Falrmount Heights of newly general sales position Their hope of keeping Maddox support.And BUS BUST We wish -
exchange fruitful ideas with has become the first Negro Amalgamated Publishers managerof out of office lay in abstaining more hopefully, a candidate CINCINNATI Mayor Striplln, and ride in to hold from In runoff busing has been struck down
outside Baltimore a Inc., has been announced voting a in the more congenial to Negro a bright and
three of the four chartered major Judicial office in Maryland by legislature D d persuading aspirations might win the new by the 6th U. S. Circuit Courtof
Birmingham Transit buses He was appointed Juvenile '"" enough other legislators to do elections. Appeals, after the NAACP successful year.
which were manned by Negro In Prince '.. the had argued that the Cincinnati
court master Co" same. In leaders of the
I ,.,....,, Chicago, 01
drivers. Many of the mayors George's County. ; : Maddox needs a majority of city's freedom movement laid school board was practicing From The Staff .
had no knowledge that Alabama Taylor, a former assistant the legislators' votes to win, the groundwork for a city-wide de facto segregation. However,
had a*Negro mayor; no knowledge state's attorney, resigned from Otherwise! ,.the race will have political education and voter the court ruled "There is no
,that Hobson City existed; the county's prosecutor's office to be decided in a new general registration project.The constitutional duty on the part Jacksonville Urban.Leafve.
nor had they seen any Negro id September after three years election. new body will be known :of the board to bus Negro or
drivers operating> vehicles of there. He Is torn attorney for The governor's race was dead- as the Freedom SubCommittee white children out of their ON THE JOB TRAINING PROGRAM .
a major transit company In three Prince George's commu- locked when neither Maddox, a on Political neighborhoods or to transfer 625 Union St. Ph ne-353 59(6
,Alabama., nities. Democrat, and Bo Calloway, Education and Voter Registration. classes,for the sole purposeof ,. ...
biwr, yMAJohn a Republican ,got a majorityof ... .. a"Jnl"raclal.1m-, ,, ."" J. Gardner Sams, Jr. Director, } -
the ''votes. A write-in cam-' balance.
rW Ji M\\ paign for racial moderate Ellis I ..A, .
B t b tk Arnall, who got most of the
Negro votes, kept either of the
.
other candidates from winning.
For some time, there was

WHEN YOU ARE ILL H. Sengstacke, president.Mr. doubt u to how the governor's fSU '
national election would be received. But
Powell was formerly
field assistant to the the U. S.Supreme Court ruled,
vice president-sales manager 5 to 4, that the legislature R R MARKFtS ,
Doctor Distillers and before could decide the election.
You Seek The Best of Seagram ,
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet entering the distilled The predominantly Demo-
Experienced Pharmacists spirits industry, was associ- cratic legislature was expectec
When Your Doctor Prescribes, t ated with the Afro American ,to give its support to Maddox, THESE$ PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE. :i
Orders. We Use Only The Best + newspapers In both Washington despite some defections among
Quality Drugs. i.-5 D.C. and Newark, N.J., legislators who couldn't -
serving the latter as advertising stomach his extreme racist SMALL BARB-QUE. SIZE
FRESH
stand. PORK .
c. E. BLACK Proprietor manager.In .
the appointment, But the state constitution
SR. I I s t e r e d Pharmacists To Serve You Mr. Sengstacke making said: "We are specifies that the winner of an
fortunate in acquiring a man election run-off in the legislature
.. ACOMPL'ETE LYRE OFCosmetics ------------ must get a majority of,
-- --- --- with Norman Powell's exceptional -
sales and executive abilities the votes of those present. And' SPARE Rill
Rubber Goods- Candies Sundries to bead our orpnlzat therein lies the hope of keeping' ROAST
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED His valuable experience in the Maddox from winning. ',
,
business world will greatly The state's Negro legislators ,
Lilly's Drug Store enhance the progress of Amalgamated could hardly support Maddox,'
Publishers and aid in who drove would-be Negro
the vast potentialof customers from his eatery at
1901 KINGS ROAD EL-3-8276 developing for our gunpoint and later closed the
Negro newspapers lB49 '
advertisers." joint rather than serve Negroes.The LB. 35 *
Amalgamated Publishers is 10 Negro legislators- 11
the national advertising representative Democrata-wu. expected to "
for 67 Negro-oriented be joined by Julian Bend,whose
HAPPY newspapers across the country. right to a seat in the Georgia
In his new post, Mr. Powell legislature was upheld by the PUREX VELVET
will direct the sales activitiesfor U. S. Supreme Court.
both offices In New York Bond has been denied his seat
City and Chicago and all field twice for express1ne seDtiments
about U. S. military policy
operations.>
that other legislators could not SHORTENINGLIMIT

New Watts? agree with. BLEACH
He was hardly likely to supporta
LOS ANGELES -NPJ- Dr. racist u his state's next
J. H. Jackson, president National governor.

., Inc.Baptist, has Convention described, the U.S.A. Thus both, Negroes Maddox, after and Callaway preventing LIMIT ONE WITH $$5.00 FOOD ORDER ONE WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD URDU

riot-scarred Watts area u ". ,from winning had another opportunity
r palce of nappy people, beauti to keep Maddox out
ful homes, and well-kept 'of the governor*' seat. Yz GAL 1 9i 3 LBS. 49CE"TER
yards' If the Negro legislators can ;
.-: Dr. Jackson said he expected join others in showing up at
to see a run-down .section the election but not voting, -.
s shambled homes, dirty streets, another general election would
: garbage-infested alleys, and a have to be called.At CUT WHITE BACON LB. 39*
_ .. '
frustrated people. What ha the very least, Negro
found, he said, was a far cry'' leaders caulS concessions
from what be bad understood out of candidates in the new U.S. GOOD RIB STEAK Lax 694
.
Watts would be like. elections exchange, for Negro. .

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-1 Florida Leaders View Model Of FMC Miami
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I SINCE YOU ASKED ME i ---. .., .,._ -- '- Moon

I By LESS PRUITT I I Forecast for the New Year in Miami
LDEAR NEGRO INTERNATIONAL ,//L ,;,, r. : MIAMI BEACH Fla.-
---A Beach:
_"ia: a ;::1
During 1967 there will be 2,200,000 visitors an Increase of.

LONNIE: three to five per cent over 1966.
I can't get my,boy friend to believe that I really lore him r
asked him to by me I record player for Christmas, and be $ rwS. Some 800 new hotel rooms At least one star night club
told everyone that to didn't want to buy It for me. Re likesto # 1 will be completed during the I entertainer. In a fit of temperament -

make me jealous by going over to other girls' houses, and year raising the total tonearly will walk out on an

calling them ,every night. When he's with them, be tells me 33,000. engagement.Ten .
that they don't mean anything to him, but I wonder. Also he Some 2,000 new apartmentunits new records will be established -

tells them that he's going to quit me, but when he's with me will be completed, raising in the Metropolitan

he doesn't mean it. What can I do? the total to 35,000.An Miami Fishing Tournamentibut
Wondering k .' 'T "J"1" ,.j /lL additional ii a I f-mile of no sallfis h ()

COULD YOUR BOY FRIEND AFFORD to buy you a record cceanfront will be acquired by pounder landed In 1939.

player? What did you buy him? Maybe be wasn't in a position the city for a public beach and No one will roll a perfect

to buy it for you and Is spending time with someone whp isn't .park at a cost of 10000000. game in the 1967 American

so, expensive. If you REALLY like him, It shouldn't have which may be the reason the Bowling Congress Tournamentin

mattered 1 II' he gave you a record player or a nutcracker.. white sands are called golden. the Miami Beach Convention
Further progress will be made Hall March 4-May 7. "J
reRrrrrrrRR on the re-development plan for One hundred and ten hearts

the South Shore area, designed will be broken and one girl

DEAR LONNIE: to make this oldest section of 'will be made extremely nappy

I am simply crazy about a wonderful fellow 16, who is a the city again one of Its most In the Miss Universe Beauty

,year older than I am We went together once, before some attractive neighborhoods! Pageant here In July.
problems broke us up. I'm almost sure that be knows I like Normandy Shores golf course More than 60,000 will attend

him, but both of us are a little too Immature to break the ice. just completely renovated, will the University of Miami-Notre
Since I did more wrong than he, what can I do to show him I rival the city's other 18-hole Dame football game in the

want him back? I'only''see ,him In schoel. links, Bayshore In popularity Orange Bowl Stadium across
In Need of a Push f r among visitors as well as all- the Biscayne Bay next November

YOU MIGHT JUST LOOK AT HIM a certain way or smile or year residents.
whatever girls do to upset guys, Just don't make It tot obvious.. lT p4I Jackie Gleason will sign for One of the horses campaigning

I think however if the two of you are too Immature to speak another year of telecasting from in Florida this winter will go

the Ice( then maybe you'll run Into the same problems you the Miami Beach Auditorium on to win the Kentucky Derby.
did before. a and the request for tickets will More than half the guests in
rerrrrrrrrr exceed by far the number of some Miami Beach hotels In

s. svI seats available.All May and June will be couples

DEAR LONNIE: seats will be sold In advance on their honeymoon. And more
'
I have a'boy friend whom my mother won't let come and see I tMltml for the three perform-' than half the guests In some

me. He's really very nice boy but she doesn't think so. Other ances of grand opera scheduled' hotels In August and September -
boys can come and see me but not him. She thinks that na i :la the auditorium this winter. will be here to avoid hay

means me no good. The winter concert series will fever.

R. W. .-.Jr'. play to capacity houses also Some visitor on his first deep-

MAYBE YOUR MOTHER DOESN'T KNOW the type of person I Florida --- TOP FLORIDA LEADERS IN Baptist State Convention Rev. A. H. in the auditorium sea fishing trip, will catch a,

he really Is, and since she doesn't she thinks she Is actingIn THE BAPTIST CHURCHES view the model of Parker, president Missionary and ; duca- blue marlin, to the disgust of

your best interest. Try to show her that he Is really good of the Florida Memorial College which tlonal Baptist State Convention and Rev. Major RobinsonIs anglers who've tried with no

person, and that his Interest in you Is sincere. ,Begins its building program in Miami in luck many times.
J. C. Sams president Progressive Bap- Space on planes to Miami
rerrrrrrrrr February 1967. Left to right are Rev. tist State Convention. Presented Beach will be at a premium
J. A. F. Finlayson president General. every time it snows In the

If you want to ask a question send It to "Since You Asked north, but there will be no

Me," Negro Press International, 5708 S. State St., Chicago, World Of BooksBy Miami Gets Bronze Star MedalTALLAHASSEE snow here In 1967.

111. /60621. LOUISE P, DUMETZ -Among-The Stars-

; THE NEGRO IN AMERICA'S First NegroPolicewoman -The Bronze
Supreme Court Gives Negroes
Star Medal was presented to
ARTS. U. Information Agency Somebody finally did itl! You about these two names: Magic .Major Thonlus\ Robinson Jr.,
pamphlet 24 pp. might nave (known It would be Blackboard and Prairie Dog!Ii recently by Major General JI11J
Public Faclllll
Access:Jo. This illustrated, full-color Oscar Brown Jr. He always i, You'll die laughing when be George T. Duncan, deputy commanding
-'L. t\ MIAMI rtNPI11ds city has '
HJNC1.1Ql.Wtsupreme Court last weekruled: had, publication) tells being ol the.dramaticicontributions made by 'llr firstlfogro policewoman, seems to be,, In the vanguard I" tries to explain itl general. ,Third UjS. } '+ rln
of that really nave mean Betcha can't of
things get one
Mississippi cannot deny Negroes the use of public facilities America's Negroes to the arts Carolyn' Clark, who was one ing. the Christmas you cards Red Army at Florida AIM t1n1- .

%ssfSfiS&St the Negroes away' from the 1 on stage on canvas, and on the of 19 police persons recruit to graduate class of from the This time, though be Is going' Saunders slipped to publicist sented versity.to The Major medal Robinson was pre-for /

Mason and other Bllori, Miss- beache Negroes declined ,the printed page.Discussing Miami Police Department. to take a lot of his show business Hank, Schwab. They're rare I distinguishing himself by outstanding -
and trrested the full range of buddies with him. Thanks for not giving me one '
Issippl' Negroes the high court toOth! were Miss Clark was OM of-three meritorious service
_ settled an issue arising out of er JJfS01 were beaten Negro artistry, the foreword .----- And, of course they're all Red, you '@*$%$i.? youlll!!! In connection with ground operation
states: "The role of the NegroIn "
Jly: the .going to join the "movement When Bobby Hebb returns from against a hostile force
America's arts Is an ever. ..1 for lack of a better word. Australia
Europe and Shirley in the Republic of Vietnam durIng -
MeMr3H.f expanding one. His field of At a preliminary meeting In withheld the Cleveland
ap- past name ), the period September> 1965 ..
interests and accomplishments I ;Chicago at the plush Meadows Cinderella Is
was won by attor- ffSSSS girl going to September 1966. L.
to vacate. embraces every cultural form. Club where OBJ and his friends to have for
neys of the NAACP Legal De-. a surprise some Major Robinson joined the
fense and Educational Fund, ponce: Marian Anderson Louis Armstrong are gigging, several talented of her boyfriends. Bobby has FAMU ROTC: Instructor Group r +

Inc (LDF). Mississippi police officialsBiToxi Duke Ellington, Harry people in all walks of life banged given his solemn word that be September, 1966 from the Republic -
r
Negroes under Dr.were unable to prevent the Ne-. Belafonte these names are beads for a couple of hours will personally sing his latest of Vietnam where he rtultfu,

Mason's leadership had soupoes'cars from being burned ,known to audiences the world trying to devise ways and meansof Philips release, "Love Me," served with Headquarters MU-

Rht-wtthout success- use aDd overturned. They were also over. But there are countless getting entertainers to go to her in behalf of someone Mary Assistance Command, asa

the 24.mile beach along Miss-, unable to prevent the police other actors novelists poets to bat for the Rev. Martin else. Better believe I'll be there district subsector advisor.He .

Issippi's $outhern shore.yan, In winch the Negro petl- composers, architects, dancers A Luther King and his Southern charging admission.BH received his commissionupon

Alter three years of fruitless timers were traveling to Jail singers musicians and Christian Leadership Confer is plenty hot-.11 'round graduation from Southern

litigation 29 persons attempted from being tilted, causing mln-: sculptors whose names may not ," ence. the world. Jere Real Is doln' a University, Baton Rouge La.,
to utllite! the beach one of the' or Injuries. be as familiar but who are ;il,: The Rev. Hosea Williams, one "real" Job on promoting him, In 1956.
longest man-made beaches in LDF attorneys argued In their making Increasingly significant f' of Dr. King's top aides In the too. Wonder when the other Major Robinson is the son of WMKMSpotlight

the world on Sunday, June 23, brief that the Blloxi beach has contributions to the arts. Windy City proposed a voter record companies are going Mr. and Mrs. Thonlus Robinson
1963. become entwined with govern- Contributors to the survey Issue registration show. to learn to take care of public of Washington, La., and Is mar- ProductOf
An'angry crowd of some mental programs and polices include Arna Bonteraps, CAROLYN CLARK "When should we start working relations like John Sippel Rita, ried to the former Alice M.

2,000 whites stood by menacand taken on a governmental Luther Jackson Owen Dodson, police women graduating from on this?" asked Oscar. Jere and the Mob at Mercury.FARTING Williams of DonaldsonvUle La The Week

_,ingly I as police of fleers ordered character. John Williams Samuel Allen the class. "Would you believe 'yesterday em. He and his family reside at
Lucille Roberts, Langston ?" retorted Rev. Williams. SHOTS: Harry Dale, 320 Stafford Street Talla-
At graduating exercises the ,
,
Hughes and even Richard Saunders new officers received their The show (and there will definitely Bob Jackson and Earl Watson, h ssee. Miami, Florida
be ) has been set all vice of Press
one presidents
budges and oath of office: A
THE POORHOUSE STATE: The for Jan. 13 and Oscar has Clippings Limited, have opened:
reception for the officers and
'WAME American Way of Life on Public bitten off a big mouthful in their offices In Chicago to the
their relatives was held at
Assistance By Richard M. Miami Police Training Center agreeing to head up this Initial tune of "Things Are Changing!
Elman. New York: Patheon.305 after graduation project which will, eventuallyfind They really believe In "Equal
PP. $5.95. some of the nation's top Opportunity Employment" and

According to Elman,, the eight Gant Elected Prexy rock and roll artists giving have one of the most integrated t
million Amer'cans now receiving their all for the drive to equal staffs In the city- llfoxlesII! !

public assistance are opportunity. Marlene and Norma take care

DIAL 1260 actually accepting a handout. Of General Alumni One of the chief OBJ aidesIs of the Whltey side while Patricia
They receive their benefits not bandleader Red Saunders (who could hold her own all by ; I

as a right but as a privilege.This the last of the big-time drummers herself) is being Joined by two

privilege which the poorhouse Assn. Of FAMU and-I'm told one of other sepia foxes. They may not L.. .,,. '.'''... ,
state affords' Is purchased the featured men In an upcoming get much work done in theVadhlnnWAAtAl'D ... ,,';- ..
with an accompanying .. J .
TALLAHASSEE Life mantlm article Buildingbut ;
FLORIDA'SRHYTHM price) of personal humiliation. specialist in secondary James Cant education The first artists Red Oscar gracious," they iufe-d'O iiiiiSee :, .... ( ,

Elman presents a telling argument Florida State Depart- will be contacting will be (I ,you Among the Stars... ..... '"'
to those who challenge
predict) Jerry Butler The
ment of Education ,
,was recently
the welfare system. He main the SHORTY-$35.
elected president of the General Artlstlcs (who have a really
tains that the poor can not be Alumni Association of Florida hot album going for them now, Beach MEDALO STYLE #665

considered to be temporary AIM University. called "Pm Gonna Miss You"), Far convict Illuatrctcd Catalog. .,
Mcdalo H.lr Btylca,Wtii.HHf
unfortunates who are being reshaped A native of Teloqla Fla. Mr. The Young-Holt Trio, Ramsey ltd.tt.rh.,.nt. Bend IMM. =
i '. .
Into self-reliant adrfrcio. It '0" FRCE <
Cant is a 1964 graduate of Lewis and Dick Gregory and ShortsMIAMI 9' r4uc>t. ,sea write.GeleMaaol .

10 # 1 ..itltens.He maintains that the poor master's Florida AiM.degree He from received Indiana the Mahalla Don't expect Jackson.fireworks when BKOWS Tahirally from Healthy the .!formal.h -ROOT' "Rat* D.,.. Si S..eaten'Hair P IS.,d.".I_Y.
El SCALP The '
will probably stay poor and University In 1960. Ramsey (U he Is available) and BEACH Largest remaining our YOUR hair alien '= ho.vU*
tha the task of welfare shouldbe the Young-Holt faction take the fta the natural health al you?
Other officers elected in the United ; .
were Scalp.
rookery Yean *f DOCTOR CAB-
to remove the stigma of Mrs. Frankie Rolle, Miami, stand together. The two ex- States for woo ibis is In Cork. kemalirMnlmd 'medicated tap
public assistance. members of the Ramsey Lewis CARBONOKU
Mrs Irma B. Marl- maintained which la mixed with
Swllley screw swamp a reserve ( many prov-
He maintains that the Indigent anna, Monsolee Davis) Jacksonville Trio (the original one)are much by the Audubon Society Ian beneficial IncredlenU.. CAB.BONOCC COMBIJ'
.
should not have to barter their la web a atronc were
too cool for that. Besides, they ....,:
Felix Cosby, Orlando about 100 miles west of Miami till antlaepUa and does fine
right to privacy and their sense have a swinging thing going for ,lwe k ta helping an ITCHY.
and Leonard Campbell Tampa Beach. The Ibis wood stork ;
or BUMPY DANTbRury ae.lp thai
of for that
dignity a budget
& them now that heavy Hysear DOCTORS '
many nerd
BLUES rice presidents; Mrs. Sue K. was common once throughout Itvblchlr.
still leaves them far below Don Walker is blowing piano and PRESCRIBE I. foe maar
Russell Tallahassee financial the Florida Everglades but they cafe trouble..> Manf annoylntfextemaUy
what Is considered to be the
for them. cauaed acalp coodi"
secretary; Mrs Lucille Williams have dwindled drastically In
poverty line. Mon are realty relieved the / '
Tallahassee record. number during the last 20 years. we elh Triple atre lit tar __
Cleveland pebllsherhunle ***rarerAnglers Iwrtrmla. Write tot thU DOCTOR
lag
secretary Mrs. TJ. lAng
GuidelinesMIAMI ; Greene Is working out deals In R .. I..n won SCALP be FOKMXJLA
treasurer tnt te
RADIO Tallahassee ; Wallace you all
STATION Los Angeles that very few people tin ..... ready .. w.. USB IT "wt.. coatb and brush U add aelae"h.oul'
!
Beach
In Miami
Burgess Tallahassee R T
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you otatWled. / Will aot",1t
are off.
BEACH-{NPI)- The sergeant- at arms Hansel know about.: It senoras his waters frequently have difficulty yeur money back. Pay rftT) DVE:: .'I..'..I'lykAvome
eicutlve committee of the Methodist Tookes ; publication ("It's Happening") -tlJ* on .delivery.. Tbta to. {0 A add ..col ;aAred "l8lf&
Tallahassee publicity between .1 averythine Deil DYt .
distinguishing pom- hI' III .. ....., .
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Board ChrlstianSoclal and some movie stars re You (H it wit" .tr.
director; and Atty. Ed Duffer pono and small permit. The Ireelllllet.:; U* theflno t 1CXDI.full ejf"CoriIC ........
Concerns has approved) a new Jr. Tallahassee Wonder what Universal City'Studios ,CA1'ID SCALP 7oaMvi.. : PI..tellil"C.
"WHAMMY parliamentarian. pompano never grows u large lour carried: In eVpureeT:
Issuance of has to say about that? in.tery Ian buy. Yaur hair and pocket
policy governing _, u the permit and it more angular. I deeerre 'I". car*. but ...... '%SLA...11.. .h.d..l- D1..b '.
concerning, Knowing Jamie the only thing Us.., ..
public statements Sometimes the permitis .m."d 044.t IanAL {It" p.y ,
"blackpower' happen for his Is .PRODUCTS INC. :.. ..,: ;
among ether things that can : .rtlft .n pl. ...
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SATURDAY DECEMBER 31, 1966 STAR .PAPERS PAGE 7'


NBC Radio, TV Little, Still Top Three In 61 2 Negroes PerduoiIMakers Meet (ISC'


Will Cover Of B-CC Get Owners MinorityNEW In Rose BowL! Gem Jaa. 2

Double HonorsBethuneCookman I The Rose Bowl; tfaVmosf {of toe post-ieasoo football
Super Bowl Game ORLEANS -Sty- Two, classics and the dream game of every Oollege player, will .
Colkge local Negroes were placed on highlight the New Year's trtple-beader bowl classic Unenp'
TIle Super Bowl,the first AFL- placed six Wildcats on the the owners list, minority list to be colorcast by the NBC Television Network and broadcast:
NFL World Championship professional Coaches AU-Cooference Team of those in on the NFL football by NBC Radio Monday Jan. I starting at 4.45p.m. EST.
football game from and two on the Atlanta Dally franchise for the team to be l.Jndijey Nelson: and Terry -
,
the LM Angeles Coliseum will { 4 I located In New Olivias.TUy John McKay, prod r3d threesAHAmerican.tutle }
World All-SUC Team u Larry, U R Brennvn will do the play-by-, Bon''!
be broadcast by the NBC Radio Little and Henry Still were / t I are C. C. Dejole editor play and color commentary; *
Network Sunday, Jan. 15 start named first-string tackles: on Louisiana Weekly and Norman recpectively for the game from Vary linebacker Adrian Young
Jog at 3:30: P.m. EST, It was both squads. I Francis, assistant to the president Pasadena Calif., between Perdue and defensive back Nate Shaw.
announced today by Carl Linde- During an annual conference w 0WL ( Xavier University. The of the Big Ten Conference Grin. Purdue' Most Tal-
maim Jr., Vice President, NBC meeting of S1AC Coaches In major party In the ownership and the University of Southern vbable Player for the past two,
Sports.As Atlanta Ga. last week, thHlrst y9v picture Is John Mecom Jr., California of !?w AAFU. The seasons set eight Purdue ear-,-
previously announced, t tilt and second offensive and defensive Houston oil man. NBC Rose Bcvl coverage win Mr records sven season
loot-awaited playoff between teams of the SIAC Conference Others on the list u minority follow that of the Sugar Bowl marks and six tfngle game
the champions. of the American were announced. owners Include ova) Dixon,who between Alabama and Nebraska records In his three-year ca
and National Football League From B-CC, Larry Little, a Las kept tl:1: spirit of New 0.45: p.m. EST) and precede reer. He won the Big Ten passing
will be colorcast the NBC Orleans football alive Al flirt total offense and scoringchampionships.
by tackle from Miami, Fla.;Henry ; the Orange Bowl between' ,
Telerislon Network with Curt Still, t tackle from Columbus Edward Pltevent, Robert Moo* Florida and Georgia Tech (0:45: Thisecotd*
Gowdy and Paul Christman Ga.; Henry Harris a guard f stem Hugh M. Evans, Sam p.m. EST). Grins passed
doing the Pkybf-pb1 and color from Delray Beach, Fla.; and 1 MtV Joseph David,Lawrence AU-Amerlcaa quarterback 1,749 yards' bad a season completion -
and
commentary. The NBC Radio Alvin Wyatt, t defensive safety A. Mtrrlgan, Charles Rosen, Bob Grlese leads the offense : percentage of .604
commentators will be an- from Jacksonville Fla. were + Walter McDhenny, William H. for Purdue the Big Ten's Conference ;three 12 touchdown passes. Hisareer
249
nouced shortly. named to the first team.Samuel r Wright Jr., R. 0.Rush.Douglas finest offensive teem scoring high of
The teams to represent their Cooper, an end from Plant r Iiesom and Roger Wilson. It In 1966. The Boilermakers led points his career total cffeeseof three-
respective; leagues will be determined ,City Fla. who grabbed fivetouchdown has been stated that others may the conference in seven key 4,829 yards and his
on Jan. 1 when the passes this year and be added to the list of minority offensive categories, posted a6.1p1g season completion persentag
AFL and NFL Championship George King B-CC's rambling leaders. Ten record and second of .571 are other hlgUJghts la
for
games will be played. Buffalo quarterback from Pompano A reputed $8 million was paidin mark:of 82. Purdue lost only his personal performance
and Kansas City meet in the Beach, Fla. were named to the (I : for the new sports venture to Mlchjpa.tate and NotreDame. Purdue.
AFL championship (tobe color"cast second team.In and it will use the Sugar Bowl Head coach Jac*;, Wh'le Perdu will be making.
by NBC-TV at 12:30: p.m. the Annual Atlanta Dally until\t the new dome Is MoUenkopf calls the 1966 season Its first post-MSAon: bowl Bowl ep-\\.
1 In the Rose ,
fiST and broadcast by NBC World A11-S1AC Conference. constructed.The Purdue's tost. Other Pur penance Rose.
Radio at 12.45 p.m. EST.. The Squad Larry Little and Henry announcement was made due All-Americans In addition tlC will be playing the The
winner of that came will meet t Still were named. Little and '/ at the office of the Mecom to Grlese are tackles; Jack Bowl for, the Mth time.Roe
the winner of the Dallas-Green Still will be honored when the \ uttrests. Calcaterra and Lance Olssen. Trojans have won more '
Bay NFL playoff In the Jan. 15 22 All-SIAC Squad Is put on : It has been reported that this The U5C Trojans, ender coach Bowl games than any other
Super BowL display at the 32nd Annual !'::;t I : meeting was to have been held team-10.
". at the New Orleans SU In the offensive backfield DSC
Athletic GramblingLead
NBC has held exclusive broadcast Jamboree sponsored by the Injuries
t' has had a series of !
Club but was moved at the last
World Jan. 13 In Ga.
Daily ,
rights to all AFL Rose''!
games but for the
minute due to the refusal of In La. this season,
doc 1965. Larry Little, earlier this .. w 4 ,
...0<1 Bowl the group will be intact
; ) the athletic club to permit
month named Most J
Valuable, was Player and .,..... Negroes to meet with the newly- Home'Attendance and healthy for the first time

.Outstanding Defensive Player G formed body. The club manager Southern University and since the fifth game Window Is.
Watch ''of the Year by his teammates said he had no knowledge of the Grambling all state collegesIn Quarterback Troy la
during an Honors' Banquet. He reason for the transfer of the Louisalna In home attendance: the most accurate passer
This Clown
USC history. His career percentage -
also made Little All-America meeting. during, the 1968 football season
67 64 This is the second racial incident Is .583. The rest of the
24 on the Ebony Scoreboard Team Include
!of Pine Bluff, Ark and recently In New Orleans regarding : Trojan backfleld will
54 42 63Sometimes : ; .tiJS h '31' NFL football. Some Don McCaU ( average).
received honorable mention r .l LY '.1'-Il L'A' .. ar years ago State College Athletic Commissioner
-. -,r-- J fallback Mike Bon (6.7-yard'average
the
Negro contingent of the
& 2 votes from Florida Sports TOP THREE IN '67 The New Year' Hbllday annually Is considered one of the best[ teams left the city and refused Stanley Gallowaysaid ) aDd RodSherman(CoO-
Writers to the All-States Team. eight schools under the
football days of the year on the NBC Television and Radio Networks. This grid year the to play because of racial dlsi i State Board of Education drew yard average).
1' 3 events which will take place en Monday, January 2, will feature Alabama versus Nebraska criminations against them in USC Is essentially a ball Control -
Loyola University ;34L807( in total attendance.Southen :
I In the Sugar Bowl, followed by Purdue versus University of Southern California the downtown hotels, motels, restaurants the list with team. Winslow and backup
8 topped
4 Rose Bowl, with the concluding game that evening between Georgia Tech and Florida In the clubs, etc. They quarterback Toby Page like: to-
I" followed Grambling
,920 by
Integrates Orange Bowl. All bowl games will be NBC telecasts in color. moved the game ton. ,with e,, 081. work the run-pass option rollIng -
21 94 231
to either side. The Trojan

41 33 21 Cage SquadNEW Andretti Makes Pedro Rodriquez'' THINGS ARE CHANGINGHave Southwestern Other figures 54,000 released; McNeese were passing throws to attack split moves end Ray oa Cabal short;

He's'Up,SometimesHe's tegratlon ORLEANSNPI came to college)- '- Bid For Win Drives Ferrari you looked at the Help Wanted, lately? 53,000 Northeast; Northwestern 31,000; Southeastern 32,000; or halfback Sherman.,

Down, He adds,;:subtracts, basketball this past week when In Daytona 500 Equal opportunity is in business_ I'24,500 and Louisiana Teen 20, ** *
He works It all around. two Negro boys showed up on 000.
I basketball teams of Loyola uAfTONA BEACH Mario In 24-Hour Race

56 12 44 University. They wer Charles Andretti, winner of the USAC QUANTITY
Powell, Baton Rouge and Earl National championship in 1965 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. j' RIGHTS RESERVED
Butler Baker, La., a small Pedro Rodrlgues of Mexico
COMING and 1966, and holder of the Indy
ATTRACTIONS community near Baton Rouge. City twice winner of the Daytona
GOO qualifying mark, will makea ,
Powell Is a 6-l, 185-pound Continental before it was
bid for victory (he Daytona
87 62 61 1 guard. He hails from McKinley 500 at Daytona International extended to a full 24 hours,will1 .
PRICES GOOD
I drive a Ferrari In America's' :
High School: an all-Negro
: Speedway on Sunday. February .
THROUGH SATURDAY.HERSHEY'S
MAN'S"DAYSNUMBERED school Baton Rouge. Startingthis 26. longest anflmeet Important -
year on the Loyola varsity The pint-sized Italian borr championship road race when,
team be led the team to a American from Nazareth, Pa., It is run at Daytona Interna'
58-51 victory over Sprlnghlll wW drive a factory Ford Fair- tional Speedway on Saturdayand
"Man's Days are Numbered." of Mobile, Ala. Powell was the lane expected to be readiedfor Sunday Feb. 45.
,Health and Fortune Can Be has not named
high scorer of the game accounting him by Holman-Moody End Rodriguez yet :
Yours When You Know Your for 19 points. glneering Co. I Ills co-driver In the 24 hour,

Lucky Days. Butler was a starter on the Andretti knows the high banks battle over the Speedways 3.81*
.Lucky Colors, etc. freshman team. He is a 207- and longatraightsodtheDaytona mile track-road circuit but be SNOWDRIFT-3 IIs..69c
Send $2.00 for your pound forward and towers to Speedway well, for he raced, will be at the wheel of a North
Horoscope Guide for six feet, two Inches. He also over it three times In 1966. American Racing Team(MART), SUGAR 5 lBS. 39C '
DECEMBERFill led the Loyola team to victory Early last February be partnered Ferrari 330-P4 prototype.This lIltlT 01[ PUlSE NITN mn fDDD
Is the same model machine
and scored 34 points to lead with Pedro Rodriguez
,to ZODIAC in.We blank, Post below Office and mail Box all others. of Mexico in ,the Daytona 24 which factory ran tests so at sensationally the SpeedwayIn in'' liMIT 5LBS. PLEASE WITH OTHER fOOD PURCHASES OF S5./O OR MOlE
Tulane University has had a Hour Continental and team
1111, Jacksonville 1, Fla.NAME early December. PURCHASES OF S5.00 OR MORE
Negro on Its baseball team finished fourth overall In a
for the past two of three years Ferrari. The 330 P4's are 12 cylinder FUGA BUCKEYE
and Its coach says tbpy are Later that month Andretti was double overhead cam Jobs and
TREET looking for several Negro football at the wheel of a Smokey. Ferrari Is counting: on them fOLGER'S
DATE OF BIRTH to end Ford's streak PEAS 24 '19c
players for their varsity Yunlck Chevelle In the Daytona winning OZ. CELLO PKS.
Mo. Day team. 500.. .., of two straight In the Continental.

Rodriguez. will also be represented COFFEE 1 lB. en 69C MONOGRAM lOll IRA'I'

asan owner in the 24HourContinental.

IUMXI Him,II noor ea%sue WMI miiu>SCHHUT' our.c *.",::0. own Ferrari. He GTB.has entered This car his RICE 3 lI.m., 29C

jt will be driven by two of Mexi ,
co's top iJrfreji: Carlos Salas


%\\wt and Is The 3.3 Manuel Continental liters.Rebaque.which The starts GTB CAROLINA PEACH HALVES. 4 n 4 cm $1.00

at 3 p.m. on Feb. 4, is open tosports
; sports prototype, GT
Schenley... sad Touring cars, and carriesa
purse of more than $65,000.The .

;' dressed of the 3.81 most mile demanding circuit layoutsin Is one BUSH'S BLACKEYE PEAS 'q ,#'300 CANS 29C '

i enkH road racing. It takes In the
'" Speedway Itself, with its high
i .', up for the banks and long fast straights. ,
lefie1Jroad.
and the flat, winding

joyousitime .
The Continental field is

,f *, of shaping! up u the fastest sports
year car race In history. The battle CABIN HOME MEAL
for the overall win would seem
; to be a battle of Ford vs. Ferrari -

bat Porsche Jaguar, JIM DANDY GRITS
Maserati, Corvette and many 39C
n 5 IB PKG
,. "' $ others will be there pushing _
4 .3 .
t r. at tremendous speeds. 5 LB PKG. C

\,,<
Negro School
-
; .,. t
Wins City SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED


t tr. ", d ,. Catholic TourneyNEW PICNIC'S 37C.
ORLEANSNPIThe 4 TO 8 LB. AVERAGE LB.

St. Augustine Catholic High' .
School basketball team won the
I New Orleans Catholic Youth WOODSMAN SLICED SEMINOLE SMOKED SLAB


I declared Organization In addition tournament tournament had high one last school of champion.He their weekanJ basketball boys. BACON. II 49c BACON :6HAUTO :: LB.a AVG. u.39C.SWIft'S .


was Calvin Johnson.In .
addition,Johnsooandanotber
L .J St. Augustine player, Harold PREMIUM CHUCK SMOKED HOG
-- Sylvester were given place on HAlf 01
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Just look at the lender lines,the tapering neck, the Father all-city Grant CYO,mythical head of team.St. STEAK lB. 59c ,OWL TONGUE I IN TEEtH 00T LB. 39C

the delicate fluted cap.And; the brighteye- atchJnS package! lgbttogetthe Augustine school boys, led in the bitter tourney I -

No wonder Schenley b received with 'joy wherever it goes jSrW and able to compete with the U.S. NO. 1 faNCY RED EMPEROR
aU-white the
or predominantlywhite
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get the Prep boys League.Into the So New far,Orleans his POTATOES '10US. 39C GRAPES ,.. l9C

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WANTED Sorority Sets 46th Negro PilotsTo Teuqe PtOQ!.. For March 01 DIMeS Army Personnel' Gulf Oil Promote
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Beauty operators, ana barbers 'Wa't: .1' ... .1'c
New Hollywood Beauty and Integrate I Dependents Get Donald A. YoungDonald
Barber Lounge) 622 Adder St. Anniversary Boule L
Young has been
Call 854-9774. Airline Cockpits;. A. .
BATON ROUGE, La. -{NPJ'lbe )- iRm' financial Assist promoted to Dealer Development
WASHINGTON (NPI- Instructor: by Golf Oil
Zeta Phi Beta
Sorority
RENT Major General Joe Lambert
FOR Corporation.
began celebrating its 46th anniversary Wanted: Negro pilots to Intorate Us
Commanding General IV Currently a sales representative -
Respectable, completely airline
boato at Jack Tar ( cockpits.
furnished apt. All electric Capitol Rouse Dec. 26. The Alito wanted: Negro Army. Corps, Birmingham. has In the Philadelphia Marketing
announced that the US lie'w1U
Army District
,
Married working
kitchen. affair ends Dec. 31. white-collar workers to work
couple 001,. Pbooe 333-0942 Among speakers at the Boule for the State of Georgia. Educational Assistance Pro- transfer to Washington D.C.,
gram provides financial assist* to assume his new post the
anytime. These breakthroughs
were Mrs. Mary Keyserling employment '
aace tocoli.ga.boimddependeet first of the .
director Women's Bureau, U. helped offset a year.Mr.
:jR students of
dismal military personnel Young, a native of Philadelphia
otherwise
S. Labor Department and Mrs. Job picture
; OQ active duty. has been a Gulf sales
HELP WANTED for ,
Negroes .
Dorothy Height, president Na- acroastheccmetry.In
"It is
the opportunity of alifetime representative for more tban'ft"
tional Council of Negro Women. Washington, It was
MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN for '
qualified young years. Before that he operated -
that "four airlines
JOGS, salaries to Mrs. Mildred C. BradSam, announced General
$65 fare people Lambert said. a Golf service station at
International baslleus of are competing for on* N.grepilot.
advanced. Rush references grand ; "Assistance
." In the forD of 50th St. and Haverford Ave.,
Jacksonville, Fla., beads the -
phone number. ABLE MAIDS scholarships or loans will be tat five
Philadelphia, years.
Some of the
,
of major carriers ( & _
AGENCY, 163 N. MAIN FREE. sorority composed more t offered to dependent students
L
Y.HELP. than :OUW women. still have all-white cockpits ;_
.PORT N.; among them National Airlines selected through the testing
aDd Branlff International. facilities of the National Merit

ROOM FOR RENT These lines and others are BcholarsJklp Corporation ucttpprOYecI
WANTED seeking Negro pilots, but say F; by Headquarters Department
Nicely tarn. Alt privileges. ; of the Armythe
they have trouble finding technically
SALES PEOPLE Phone 353-4312 after 4 p.m. General concluded.The .
qualified Negro
applicants. 1 HINTIITH NtW1L Thirteenth lIatJ.ooa1l1erlt'
Men and women, to sell advertising. The airlines draw most of their Program will begin vlla th .
Liberal draw, liberal manpower from the armed 1967 National Merit Scholar-
commission, easy work, quick I forces. But qualified Negro ship Qualifying Test and will
sales. You earn $75 to $150 U Royown to enter college In the fall of
pilots seem prefer the security
you're keen. Frbge benefits. of life In the armed TAP, snort for TMDAP rrocrua-Ci the March Dimes, .lepovbwhetsnps'set 1X3. .
Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 services, where discriminatory has always 'known-that young people have more energy than anyone. Teens In all parts At the optlen of the school
I4QJ1trlet R4. eor. 13th practices are banned. of the United States have Joined in Th. National Foundation-March of Dimes fight against principals: the National Merit _-
American Airlines now hit birth defects. Here teenagers in Cleveland line up for canisters to be distributed to neighborhood Scholarship Qualifying Test will
.
"""' six Negro pilots. It was \bent businesses to gather public contributions which sqppcrt March of Dimes programsof be administered In registered -- -
IT'S 94 ROOF big line to hire a Negro research. education and medical care for children with defects. ottccadary schools either on' ..DONALD.A. YOUWJ 1
pilot, in 1964. American continues -- Saturday, Feb. 25, or Tuesday In bus new Job, he will eon':
t 0 lead in the number Leaders IH Line For Posts 55 More N. Y. 'Feb. 28, 1957. The test will be duct training classes for new
of Negro pilots. 'administered only 11tile Gulf dialers and broshup
JACQUIN'S But Delta Airlines, which see_ schools which' artom.t1all7 courses for cider dealers. He
joperates largely in the South, Previously For Whites Only Police In Suit registered with the also will hold special meetings
is training six Negro pilots. National Merit Scholarship of dealers to Instruct them in
And United Airlines has three PHILADELPHIA -CNPI-k Leaders across the country were Against PBA Corporation. merchandising new products
Negro pilots on Its 4,600-man()( being considered for top governmental positions which have Interested dependent students and Improving the promotion
LONDON roster, whlleTrana-WorldAlr- never gone to Negroes- before.In NEW YORK Fifty-fire more should consult their principals: of other iteTi. He will on
lines, Pan-American World Philadelphia, Dr. Wilbur I board previously was headed New York City Negro policemen or guidance counselors to confirm occasion visit stations to advise
Airways, and Eastern Airlines Strickland was considered for by Seymour Simon Democrat.Roblaun members of the the amiability of the Test on market and business
have one Negro pilot each. the post of state secretary of a former state representative Guardians, have signed petitions In their schooLAny of the public, techniques as well at general
TOWER Negro stewardesses have been health. said be would take to Join as plaintlfis in ,independent, or parochial service station operation.
on the Job longer, and their The 63-old-year former cndi- the Job U asked.If lb., New York Suprvae Court schools la the IV Corps Areaof He will serve both In Washington -
numbers are increasing at a cal director Mercy-Douglass appointed Robinson would case charging illegal use of Alabama Florida and Mississippi and Baltimore
faster rate. Hospital, said be was"flattered become the first Negro to be ''the funds of the. Patrolmen's if registered for the Mr. Young who attended West
Double Distilled United Airlines has the largest and pleased to learn that I am named to the post. Benevolent Association of which program Is eligible to administer Virginia State College and Temple
JtcaItLonbon number, 30, and three in training. -' being considered." He Is former case worker for they are also: members. the Test. US Army Merit, University, is thn son of
Dixie-orlenfml n'ita The well-known physician the Public Aid Department, and Their motion to intervene was Scholarship stipends range the late Rev. Edgar: C. Young,
GIN Airlines has the few.st-none. would become the first Negro is now assistant executive filed In Ccurt Dec. 14 by attorneys from $500 to S 1,000 per year. who taught Old Testament at
To er'k The biggest employment gains to hold tbat"p .lt1oD. A secretary, department social of the National Association Jw Philadelphia! Episcopal:
by Negroes have been nude by specialist In internal medicine, welfare Church Federation of for the Advancementof Dr. Harrison Named Divinity School. He Is married
855th non-flying workers-such as be is grand medical director Greater Chicago. Colored People. It' Is and has two daughters, aged
$ 99 PNT$2, sales representatives, ticket of the IBPOE of the World. Meanwhile, Theodore Jones, scheduled to be heard Dec. 23. Southern U 7, aad 5.
agents, reservatloolsts, mechanics In 195, he became the first regional director in Chicagoof On the same day the Court will "1 am very happy,"Mr.Young
baggage handlers, and! :Negro physician affiliated with the Office of Economic Opportunity hear arguments on the PBA's Vice PresidentBATON said, "not only for my promotion
DRYGIV4 floor sweepers.The the State Athletic Commission. was In line become motion to dismiss the original ROUGE:, La. -lfPJ- but to be associated
;:;: /2 PINT state's policy was In Chicago, Second Ward Re- state revenue director. petition. Dr. E. C. Harrison dean of with Gulf. It gives one a feeling
announced by GOT. Carl E. publican Committeeman Jones, former presidentelectof Robert L. Carter, NAACP Southern University has been of confidence to have his bard
[ Sanders, who said, "Any William H. Robinson was being Supreme Life Insurance general counsel says, "'Jbt named vie president of the work and diligence, pay off, and
w'LJ
Individual who is qualified considered as new director of 'Company, would be the first PBA has Inferred that the university la charge of academic to bi working for a good company
should make an effort to become the Cook County Departmentof Negro to bold the post. charges are nothing more than affairs. with quality products to
a dedicated employee of the Public Aid. Gov. Otto Kerner was expected the action of two malcontents. Dr. 'Harrison has served as sell."
state." New president of the board to UUM mm to the position, These additional petitioners the nnlveriirVs director of In.31stnial' -
Only At Your'1Jji Store The state 'has hired many Richard OgUvle, a Republican, and Jones was reported to be serious make It clear that there is a and technical; Joins Humble Oil
Negroes, "but Jmt hasn't said said he Dad not decided on willing to accept it. controversy between education, from 194* to 1953;
much about It," he explained. Robinson or anyone else. The Former president of the Negro policemen and the PBA.: coordinator of instruction from Raymond D. Melton above,
.On Nov. 4, shortly before the former Knoxville College ad-
Chicago NAACP. branch Jones UH to 1959j actIng(Jean of the ,
Is paid 323,100 a year to over referendum on the police civil graduate,iotwoi,.. from WM; Button counselor. bad
SHOP AT YOUR A&PrWAREHOUSE see the spending of millionsof << ian complaint review board, dean of Instruction and dean accepted position on the bead-,
dollars of war on poverty attorneys for the NAACP ,of art and sciences, from 1959 quarters.staff of Humble Oil
STORE money In Ohio, Indiana, Michigan obtained a "show cause" order to I960, and dean of the university A Refining Company's Southern
I and Minnesota. from Supreme Court Judge sine I960 Lien Region In Memphis,Terau.
{-UII..] 3000 W. 45th ST. Meanwhile, other leaders were Edward R. Dudley on behalf la Us new post, Mr. Malta*!

: named government to top positions.In organizationrl. and (of The two board officials was of the rejected Guardians.by Young To Address win prssare. aasJyx and co-!


PRICES. IN THIS AD Edwards Chicago McClellan, Police, 44, Sgt.was the The 1:voters.original) plaintiffs are Welfare Forum

ARE GOOD THROUGHSATURDAYDEC. named executive secretary of sident William Johnson,Guardian pre DALLAS Tex. - and
the Chicago NAACP. Anthony Jenkins, U. Young National Urban
31st The former director of the chairman of the board. They League executive director, will
GRADE "A" FLA OR GA. FRESH ICE PACKED BAGGED WHOLE police department's Human Relations asked the Supreme Court to address the opening sessionof
Section, has been with determine that the PBA misappropriated the 94th Annual Forum of
the department for 18 years. the funds of its the National Conference on So-
2 The ney NAACP chief members in the anti-civilian :ail: Welfare, seifor May 21-28.
I FRYERS Mlt 250J disclosed his "fond respect for review board campaign they Young Is currently serving
LB. conducted. '
the Chicago Freedom as NCSW president. Theme of
Movement* the week-long event Is' .

- 1. [FOR RENT "Humanising the City." -- ::4&.._:::
DoorsNEW
Unfurnished apt. Private bath, Opens
OLD FASHIONED SUGAR TUDOR PREMIUM QUALITY HAC water. ill /Davis St. RAYMOND D. MELTON
; -_ 1M9011 ORLEANS - CURED SMOKED ROOM FOR RENT Isidore Newman School Is to property purchases by the
: BEER open its doors to members of regional marketing office. A
JOWLS
HOG Nicely furnished.. Coot1ngprlyUedp.slnel. 1 all races, creeds and religions Knoxville College alumnus,Mr..
woman or couple.
"j Modern without discrimination for the Melton Joined the staff of the.
convenience. '
*
TONSUEIN It67." session.' college in Knoxvllle Teen.
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'TEETH OUT LB. 39c _- OR ALE HELP WANTED

Top Jobs NOWbest homes In
FAN CEE PAK DRIED 1 CASE N.Y. City,New Jersey.Friendly
OF 12OZ. families. Fare sent, rush re
BUCKEYE PEAS "j 12 $1' ferences. fREt GIFT.
I NO 59 300 W. 40 St. N.Y.C. Dept llPNNewYeun1Ie

n.01. 1 .LB RETURN I'
1 DC '
PIG. 19C Asst. IIUler BOTTLES WANTED 2 LADIES

PKG. Poised well groomed ladles to:
"- -.-_ t represent new line of cosmetics
with bastones designed especially -
for your complexion.
FIRM RED RIPE 355-42661 for appointment or u
A&P FANCY LONG GRAIN demonstration.
SALADCARTON

HELP WANTED

RICE .
Dlrector-<:oord1Dator-Qualifications '
TOMATOES : Florida teacher .
certification In Early Childhood -, \ wish you well and extend -
Education preferably with ex-
.perience pre-school or early our appreciation for
.,. ,,-\ J elementary teaching together

2 LB. PKG. 29 "Prince Miiifir I;! ORBASKET 19 C or with social experience administration.in educational Salary the chance of serving you.

-4700 per month maximum.

:vc'a= :=-r. Center Teacher-Coordinator:
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Qualifications: Florida teacher

ICC OFF LABEL: DETERGENT JANE PARKER PEACH Early certification Childhood Education preferably with

at least two years of teaching tee
.. eneoct In kindergarten or
Early Elementary level.Salary
DASH PIES -4600 per month maximum.

Teachers Qualifications:
,Bachelors Degree in Education
ClANT ,MS. MZ.EACH preferably in Early Childhood
39 : Education with at least one
59
PIS. year experience kindergarten.
or Early Elenratary level. Plenty Parking Open Sundays. At Noon
; Hut uiiaIeiiI &. Salary-1425 per month
1llUlmam.

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