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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:
January 20, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00751

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 20, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00751

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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her life to the quick thinking t 10 year-old student was held ORLEANS The United :
and fast acting of James Baker m earlier In the week In the fatal States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
'24, 67>Lincoln Court,for It was shooting of her coed friend.,16. Medical on February 6 granted
BISHOP HATCHER Baker who snatched her from 'following a violent argument a- log Center this week has been revealed u upgrad bond for Mrs. Caole Thomas,
meat buildings with 6tfflcl n- death when be rushed Into the bout a fountain pen and the alleg employees without proper civil service certification 36, and Irvln Lee Dawklns 35-
era, and M one -bed room a- smoked filled apartment and ed attack of the dead girl upon Ernest Jailed In Gainesville by Circuit
partments. Monthly rentals will rescued her last week. the pistol-wielder with a razor Clifford Rogers, a Ne- I begin at 361. A kerosene beater was said to i blade. era who worked at the hospital and housekeeping. to respect the law"
The Senior Citizens Housing be the cause of fast-spread Blanche Dean and Linda Lip- u a laborer for about nine years They were freed on bond.
Lou Program was authorized log fire, according to Assistant comb, who engaged In the fatal paraded In front of the County Delay In $1,000 for each ;
by Section 202 of the Housing Fire Chief E.E.Wood. The Incident, were also Involved In Courthouse Wednesday with, a Giving Jerome Borosteln, their Orlando -
Act "*!959. u amende4.1t< pro- building In which they live Is a love triangle about a boy,' according sip reading'Negras art attorney of the ACLU,
wider long-term low-lnterest two-story frameconvertedinto to unnamed students working under Slavery Du Franchise Leads 'said. "It took a lot of Judges
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direct loans to assist private a rooming bouse. The fire was However it seems,that the argument val Medical Goer: This placard but we finally got bond for them
aonprofl ccrporaUons,loosemet confined to (he Williams apart Involved failure of the was seen by Roger Went To Damping We hope the order will reach
cooperatives;'and certain ment. Apparently one of the dead Linda Ltmpscomb to re a member of the County the Federal Court by Wednesday -
\ children left In the house while turn the fountain pen she had Service Board, who was on isle As a possible aftermath/ of the February 7, In order that;
barrowed. way back from a jntttlni about, they be released.."
Mrs, Williams went to work new delay In the awarding of a may '
BQcuff over tne beater Miss Upscomb was killed by (school employees. J garbage collection franchise to Tne Appellate Court did not
Baker beating the ICreamaa1dDt.JtUold COMRADES IN BATTLE-Negro Sgt. Lawrence Jackson of a bullet froma .22 caliber pisJJ Rogers, a laborer at the Canter bidders for, the neglected Flora reveal why It overturned the \ I
tI of sister, res. Jacksonville cradles has wouwledwhltebuddy'sbeaddurlngOp- ,, As k'resutt. Miss Deanwailoxen suspended, claimed thatwkua'rorkaa.erq ,daI4-KapoUa Gardens ueat/ decisions of Judge Adklna of
coed the helpless tot from the crime Wheeler-Wollowa, near Da hang U bothiaJM time for a' -' ,under custody and under, given Tl. warrants were Issued for illegal.. United States. Judge Harrold
I tome and put her down In the smoke.Sgt' Jackson Is UIt zoo d Mr,and Mrs.Lpuls Jackson of went a psychiatric examination 10.: Service position without damping, according to Commissioner 'Cune,-tmd-t s Supreme '.J"
rk IMS W. lath St. A'd'aduat"of ttantod taking the .examinations, A
Vocational
,front yard. She Immediate High School' pending delinquent bearing According Bob Harris at the sec 'Cotrt .?' .
ly picked up by firemen and and a member of Mt Tabor'Baptist. Church., Jackson has been to Blanche Dean,the gun checkup by Commissioner West ODd hearing Monday. Mrs. Thomas and DiwUns..
rushed to Devil Medical Cen-1' _in VleJLNam 11 I/I months., discharged during the struggle, revealed that three persons bad 'A deadlock was experienced authors of the "Black voices
'ter. Then she was treated for as "someone grabbed me from been promoted without. proper Monday. The Duval Board of release, bad crWaed the local
thirddegree burns over more Await behind and tried to wring the gun certification. County Commissioners could Jury and bad complained about
than one-third of her body DecisionOf out of my hand and It went off Jim Daniels according to the not reach a decision after much conditions the Alacbua county I
mainly on her face, arms and and that's what happened." records has been employed u 'bidding on an auction basis.The Jail. Judge Adkins. when sea'
legs, according to firemen. No date was set for the delinquency a fireman for ii years..However, next possible conclusion mightbe tinning them, Dawklns to six
Daman to the building was hearing when authorities be did not pus a Civil Service reached on February 1$, a months &DeI1 a.Thomastofoar1DODtba.
estimated at $500 Damage to HEW's OfficeOn will decide whether to lest for that position.7kootMimployees pew date set for a bearing. The said they bad DO respect
the contents of the room was es lodge criminal charges against e were named by Rogers regular board meeting of February for law and order.Black Voices
timated at J200. the young woman or treat her because, though workingon : 12 will lack a quorum,according charged that the police and flee
MrsWllllimsworks Ins south- Gilbert u a juvenile different Jobs, they did not to Information received. departments and the rand Jury
ROBERT C. WEAVER side restaurant. The Ore was HighUnited According to Blanche she got pass. war prejudiced and WanInfested. -
public nonprofit corporations, started at about I p.m. accord the, gun from a nearby locker West said that be would move However it seems that theCoosolidaled .
public agencies In providing 12.to **slstu* Fire Chief States District Judge William A. McRae last Friday after the threat from the other that these employees be sus Sanitary Service The, distribution of the fiery:
housing and related facilities wood.Negro ruled that the Duval County School board must not purchase, girl. The pistol disappeared es pended until they are able to, operated and owned by Neal pamphlet spurred Investlga
additional property for the construction of a proposed annex to did all weapons; bother lockers qualify under the regulations.An Gene Cury and the Waste Control lion and resulted la some
Man White Fiancee the. Matthew Gilbert; Junior High School. Miss Dean was ordered held additional checkup revealed of Florida, Inc., owned and change In the treatment of
me ruung is now in favor of for 29 days pending Investigation. that there are others whose operated by Tucker Fletcher women prisoners In the JaIl;
the complainants in the case, tempt to alleviate crowded conditions names have not been revealed will vie for the franchise.Tb1rdapplicant Following the sentencing of the:
Finally Get Marriage License parents who contended that the as they exist now. The Chief of Police Headley offer- The sign Rogers carried also Willie Carswell might two by Judge Adkins three bombings -
annex would simply continue school board approved the plan ed his services and that of the said that be bad been" dismissed .be excluded. took place,one tithe home
Several days ago the Florida State Supreme Court knocked segregation In the area. Theparents last October. It called for use department In the frisking of from the service Wise'be this Is the second delay In thewarding of the Judge two others at the
down
aa old law, 132 years of age which prevented and their supporters of the old building U a Junior students for concealed weapons. questioned the practices tithe of the franchise. The tome of an attorney for the
miscegenation of also contended high and the construction of a Institution He has no Civil Service state. Following fulooatlb. I
races within the state Until that time no Negro could that the school Don Burroughs principal of turmoil resulted when numerous
white without marry a board promised to build senior high annex. The annex _. status and, tbereforehas Jail last week.Mrs.Thomas was
feu of punishment under the a new Jh. bool. objected. and refused complaints during tile
.11.ww_._..._.r_ _wun. u lilt wcY.w. law. him achoolln- th. nrlW\Ar- nl.ncsod would have been placed on a bout the officer's'l! Ist1 n.BUt-: no recourse to reconsideration holiday season/ caused aa Investigation put In solitary confinement because
James Van Hook, Negro and tended that the law was "repugnant to avoid further segrega eight acres near Fourth/ and roughs said the accident might, for his Job. He said that, after as.to'service In the according to the reports,
Lion Peters his white fiancee. to the United States Judge. Harrison. School board attorney have happened in any school his questioning of procedures, Area. Neal Gene Cury operated she refused to stop yelling
were able to get their license Constitution" and therefore McRae, therefore has Elliott Adams contended that the ''I have tremendous confidencein be was told to submit to a phy for some days without charge in' Mrs Thomas is the wife of a ,I
for marriage. The question on should be sicken from the enjoined the school board. A. school would outdistance any In the majority of our students" slcaleum1nat1oaanduuamJnaUoa order to clear up the em University of Florida profes-
race were purely routine. No books. final decision cannot be made the county and compared with said the principal.The by a psychiatrist. He ergency. In the meantime, for of physics
refusal of a marriage license The license comes three until a report has been received Robert E.Lee and Andrew Jack school is now about eighty- passed the physical examination Waste control bought the poorly TIle American Civil Liberties
was offered. months after the birth of their from the South Florida Desegregation son High Schools. five percent Negro having but refused the psychiatric operating service from Mrs. Union with Dr. Marshall Jones
The initial refusal resulted son. They were required to wait Center which report Attorney Earl M. Johnson, changed from a virtually aU- examination. Aldeen Carswell, the owner,, u state president said tilt:
from their not identifying three days before marriage. must be studied. The decision lawyer for the plaintiffs,alleged white-institution the other fit According to CommissionerWest and started operating In the ruling Is "significant." The
themselves u of the same race, might be made in April that the annex facility was conceived teen per cenTconstitutes Latin- several positions have area, readying for service to Union has provided funds for
one way or the other. Negro Woman Is The Center Is as a Negro school 1960 born or native born whites. No been improperly filled, not only approximately 3,000 homes in prosecuting the side of the de:
The happy couple applied many authorized under regulations and that the philosophy Is still incidents of serious nature have at the bospital,bt in the school the t area. fendants. Dr. Jmei fnrth.r''stated
weeks ago for permission to: Named To Staff' at the .Health Education and the same. H e further em.plashed happened before.Heart maintenance department.1beACivil On January 29 Weastecontrol'i : -"Loc .rii.--r.teU.-of
marry giving correct ages andDat1ooa.WJ. Welfare Department of the Federal that other sites are in attorney Arthur Mllam said Dawklns and Mrs. Thomas will
A Dade County Jus- Of La. Governor Government. negro areas and that no effort ServiceCommissioner that his company would pick up go a long way toward sustain
tine of the peace turned them Completion of the annex, according bad been made by the board to Donor's garbage and trash three times a toe the protests and demonstra
down because be followed the BATON ROUGB-Louislanahas to the scboo 1 board, make more Inclusive Ib.lchool'precinct week Cury, on the other band, tions held In their behalf."
1832 statute of refusal. The set a precedent for states and would have satisfied requirements on an Integrated basis. offered to pick up garbage three A University of Florida law
case was batted about for some for southern governors'off Ices. for an East Jacksonville Mother HelpedBy times a week and trash once a school professor was scheduled
time, but was finally settled,and Miss Pearl 1IaUZSIstheflrd high school Included In a 1960 Human. Relations week. to.handle release details. The
referral was made to the Virginia Negro to hold a position u secretary bond Issue. The Issue railed Wastecontrol proposed charge decision for release bad also
wit b other white secretaries $35,000,000 for capital Improvements U.S. of $8.00 per quarter for the life been refused by the Florida
The Supreme Court of the State In the office of the In the I'stembere. Council. Banquet. Gifts of the five-year franchise.Cury Supreme Court. The case Is also -
of Florida toted,5-Z.1n favor of governor However according Opponents of the construction dive Haupt his suggested 37.25 per quarter on the docket of the Appeals
throwing the antiquated layout to Miss Hall, appolated by Governor of the annex, with Attorney Earl to Dr. Blalberg.gave Mrs. Mortal heart with a 11.00 late charge and Court.

of court procedures. The at- McKelthen, there was M. Johnson representing them, Will Be TonightThe Haupt his mother now has a agreed only duringthe first year cease
some gawking U if to say "Oh contended that the GAINESVILLE Alachua Circuit
torney tot the plaintiffs con- proposed reason to be grateful.. Only recently to reduce the charge to $6.00per
"
there she is. construction might Judge James CAdtlosJr
perpetuate
Human Relations quarter.
Council
Miss Hall passed the examination segregation. she stared In disbelief whose home was flrebombeafter
of Greater Wastecontrol's
Jacksonville attorney further
Ertha WhiteHeads will bold because the of '
and has gained the reputation Judge McRae in the order of its annual banquet tonight in the donors to the extent generosity of said that this company can be refused bond to two
more
of being one of the most restraint, called attention to the' Windsor Room of the Robert than $100. Mrs. Haupt said that operate with a total of $60,000 Gainesville 1"'r1&bt4worbr
Lincoln 'efficient' of secretaries In theoffices. fact that the board failed to consult Meyer Hotel at 7:30 p.m. The she has less than Cuty's organisation.' ,Jailed for contempt of court
never seen check.
Governor McKelthen the Desegregation Center He further aid Wednesday be was DOt suns
ifffalr, the Council's It said that the company
win would
third take two
has led the southern governors last August. The board "have me months e will posed that a federal leall.
bypassed .as its reimburse for
Cury
speaker Vernon of hard work to expenses
Doiflis Fete E. earn that much
in I court
naming than 900 Negroes the
more over.ruJe41a1m.
suggestion. The order Jordan, Jr., director of Voter. aid the grateful mother. Incurred during gbe emergency "
"But
to positions since be has specifically requires a reporton Education for service. at I wonder" he Mdtl
Miss Eartha M.WMU will Atlanta-based Haupt'. widow 'she will Carswell
preside at the annual celebration been in office. the setting up of feasible Mr. Jordan, an attorney win, never again.says She Attorney Frankle M.Freeman, the same bearing suggested a 'prDat. their ruling Monad Iaae;
said
of the Lincoln-Douglas Me However, Miss Hall is the first alternatives where the complaint speak on the present and future her late marry husband always wanted national president of Delta '37.25 quarterly charge. been if It was afoderal grand
morial Association Negro secretary. The governor relates to segregation progress of Civil Rights both it that She will Sigma Theta Sorority Inn, Is Another (Ink\ in' the dealing 'Jury that was loumldit d" 1a-:
on Monday way. her
said segregation Is dead u far The Desegregation Center has regionally and keep the only woman commissioneron came when Fred Rice Curys stead of' the Alt Da Canoe
,
February 12 at 8 nationally. City promise.. Mrs.. wife
p.m. u the state Blalberg the
UnltedStates II'U4 Jury.
government of suggested April l u a possible Council CivilVJghts said his
An excellent program has been Louisiana members Earl MJohn1son of the recipient of the heart attorney, client would
Is
concerned. Louisiana date for the Commission. Attorney Freeman
submitting of its to
and agree 36.00 win
Sally. Mathls will be quarterly
Prepared by the Duvkl County has says that she must always phone .
other Is also
Vocation many Negroes report. Nodefinltedate has been present and comment on local the a practicing attorney no late.charge. Mllam then offered Buy
School. Professor hospital jut U.S.Savings
W. key capacities, but Miss Hall set, however. School board of matters. reassurance. and is associated with the 35.50 .
D.Sw.et The affair Is quarterly for five-
The
II principal, AU Is the open to dentist has been ill for
art first Jl
Negro ficials general
have counsel for to
IsTtteL secretary Jn contended that the the public. John Shelley president months and St.Louis year jrltn nolats charge.Cars-
the
bas'he4Uq
statehouse. annex would at- ; give Housing and Land Clearance '
represent an up Us practice Authorities. well doubted that Us 36.00 quarterly Bond '
would suffice.
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'The A.L. Lewis Branch of the YWCA has launched a massive Jenkins Mrs. Maggie Sloan, Mrs. Estelle Jones, membership The Impressive group> .jnui of ladies represents apart ot toe Harrison, arvaren.," Florence".". Dlxen and Florence V.
membership drive for the new year. Members are working chairman; and Mrs. Willie L. Griffin. All will attend the MEMBERSHIP hard working corps of citizens who are aiding In the memberQuarterman.. AU will attend the MEMBERSHIP WORKSHOP
\ hard to reach the goal. In the above picture, from the left, WORKSHOP February 12 at 7:30 at the Branch. ship drive of the A.L. Lewis Branch of the YWCA. From left, Monday, February 12. at 7.30 p.m.,p at the Branch.
are: Mrs. Willie L. Kenner. Mrs. Pearl George, Mrs. Marvyn Photo By A. Paul Crawford they are: Mmes. Willie L. Kenner Mary L. Washington VI. Photo By A. Paul Crawford
" della Buten Clara Hamilton Alkanla Uw,Mamie Waldon Helen.

Golden Dream Club t.._ Matthew. ___ n Plans Valentine Tea St. James Baptist .

The annual Valentine Tea, Mrs. Victor Terrell will sing. Opportunity Branch YWCA Attended YM A'Banquet'

Will Consider Plans sponsored by Usher Board No. Miss Berry L Walker win give Auxiliary Has Meet

1 of St.Matthew Baptist Church, a reading The Angelic Singers The Woman's Convention Auxiliary Sets Member Goal At 600
Tbe Golden Dream SCC Club
whlll be Sunday. Deacon T.C. Ann
will present numbers.Mrs: to the Union St. JamesBaptist
will meet February 12 with Mr. Wiggins and Deacon James Wilson Author will Introduce the speak Association extra day Opportunity Branch YMCA officially launched It membership h
and Mrs. L. B. Hannonat 8p.m. will be In charge of devotionals er. Mrs. Leona Daniels will session will be Wednesday, campaign next Tuesday.Th target goal Is 600 membershipsin
An members should be present. Mrs. Frances Moore bring the principal address. ."February"' ,21, at 9.30, with SM- Sustaining Memberships and YMCA Century Club Member-
Business of will be
Importance win be mistress of ceremonies. will be ships.
lob
transacted. Chairman of the day Baptist, church, St. Angus'
J.W. Sparrow Is The welcome address will be by Mrs. Louvenia Henry. M r I. tine, Fla. Mrs. C.L WUlJaIDl William W.Francls, Executive Is campaign chairman. The organizational -
president; L. B. Harmon Is re- Mrs Lesla Clancy. Mrs. Ruth Emma Watkins present. will preside, Rev. J.A.Wright ]Director of Opportunity Branch, meeting was on
porter.
Walker will give the response. will be host pastor. 1 UUlOI ICU that Lance Rlnghaver February 8 at Opportunity

I I Branch, 1069 East Monroe
street. The group hopes to reach

,Its goal by February 23. ,
Dan Hale, Youth Program Director -

s'WKF :Monday, Thursday irMlayandQ., OA frdnrsday .... /Mil make of a Opportunity keynote address Branch to
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HOI US (Friday & Satunla\ : a III III : 3 0 11.11I > tJv/-'. "' i'\Ji'' II III Ithe assembled division chair- A
and team
men, team captains
members.
i The Opportunity Branch ser-
.ves the Eastslde of Jacksonville
In which are located twenty '

Truckload SALE an two estimated school 18,000 communities school chil with-

Sears dren. Each Sustaining Member
ship provides! a full year of

program for four youths. No l
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child Is turned away who cannot .'
pay. Programs Include or* In the above picture UM.Ar-rett.Board Chair man of the YMCA
Week Only pulsed baseball basketball Is shown along with George CresweU, Executive Vlce-Presi-
clubs and swimming The tent and Earl M.JobDIoa at the recent banquet. Bob Smith Pho-
branch has a gym and swimming to.
fi J :. J ? pool at its Monroe Street
location. During summer mon*
Exclusive Ladies YMCA Instills
:ths, instead of aimless wasted
summers, many who' lack the
4e osesGood opportunity for creative use of Social Club Meets 1968 OfficersAt

leisure time spend actionfilled 12
February
days at Day Camp.Sweetfield Affair
The Exclusive Ladles Social Big
Baptist and Saving Club will hold the
The James Weldon Branch of
business meeting Monday February ,the National Young Men's
% 12, In the home of Mrs.
Will Have Christian Association*Law
Roses Cora Brooker 1553
Logan AU
Quality
If. rence V. Jones, executive dir
members are The
St. Patrick Tea expected ector, recently held the annual
meeting begins
" HYHIUD TEAS and CLIMBERS promptly at 8 banquet and Installation of officers -
LN Mrs;D.B.Barnes, coordinatorfor p.m. Mrs. Cora Brooker i president
the George (XSumoer Scho- ; Mrs. Dorothy Woods Is- .
larship Fund for the Baptist reporter. Officers for IMS are: L.M.
; c General State &.s. and B.T.U. AT greet, chairman of the board;
Congkess of Florida will sponsor Mrs. Similton Ezekiel Bryant first vice president
a Saint Patrick Talent Tea. ; William Scott second
Sunday, March 17, at 3 p.m. vice president; 104 r.. Erma
And Mrs. Vance
In the auditorium of Greater Word secretary; Mrs. Emma
Sweetfield Baptist Church. |Mpran, assistant secretary,
Return From East :A. Robinson,membership

R.L. Rudolph Mrs. Lucille Similton, U5S chairman; Jlmmle Walker, finance ;;
West 22, and Mrs Alice Vance, chairman and Rev F.D.
t I Gives Concert 1228 Steele, Court, have returned Wilson assistant finance chair,
from a visit to the states man.
each of New Jersey and New York. The new professional staff 1s
After Service They were the guests of children .head Qpy Lawrence V. Jones
1 and grandchildren. Director and Harold M. Jackson

I R.L. Rudolph, a well known ,program director.
Cross County, )' Hoses in I 15 h Gospel singer, of this city will 340 Lodge F.D.A program WAsonpresldentTheprotensional was given. Rev

ties Choice of Colors .Surer9ii be presented in an after service staff was introduced.
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musical at the SalntPeter Lists 1968 Roster Councilwoman Sallle MaIMs Introduced
Please' .
To
.. church, located on,30th and Lee the speaker Councilman -
Rev. R.Wallace >astor
Streets j
Of Officials Earl M. Johnson
Sunday night February llth.
Our Best Standard Roars J. on Mrs. C.C.Wallace is sponsor, The complete roster official Officers were later installed
by Geroge CresweU, executive
W Eatra Select 9 and this Is being given elected 340
Huge Quality, Fa\o- 9 program by Lodge recentlyare vice president of the Jar
for the benefit ofthe church.
u follows: Charlie W.Clsero -
rite Colors ea. YMCAs LM. Argrett gave
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The True Mane Church Choir Jr.,Senior Warden,Langs- closing remarks.
of the city will conduct the deotIons. ton Shaw,Senior Deacon;Ernest
AU singers are Invited. Pierce Worshipful Master
Over 2,000 Large 1210 1S-In. James Jackson, Junior Deacon; Kappa Speaker

v c f' Eter Blooming Varietj Boxwoods in Daughters Of Zion Lloyd Pearson, Jr., Secretary.
AZALEAS Azaleas Gallon Cans Harold Copeland, Treasurer
Called For Pictures William Cuyler, Chaplain
( ,Charles A. Smith, Junior War
a 49'Shade :: 69 98c All members of the Daughters den, Allen James Senior Stew

of Zion Court No. 110 are ard; Glen W.PeekluniorStew'l
and Plum, Peach MiniatureFlowering requested to be present at the ard and Joe Rice, Tiler.
Weems Photo Studio, 434 West
Members are Willie
: Allen
Pear
Tree
Orange
or Beaver, Sunday, February 11, Roy Brown, Otis Kelsey John r
'' Trees Fruit Trees with Fruit at 3
G uarantee a p.m. for pictures They Jordan, Marion Boooe, Harold
we euue.u. w.ry r 56fi. must be in full unlform.Flora Gordy Dixie GIbbs, Daniel
l.at J+pluud rad q ocoordin bulb tob.i 1" ;. 199 239 Burris Is MA Matron. Kelly, Ullce Anderson, Robert


jai ,1 to 5ft.Pecan 2 to 3-ft. Rose Dust Matrons-Patrons Byrd.Little
judo.: ii in
Gov Trees Pecan Trees in Squeeze OES Will HareHomecoming Rock

eoditdurwe Reg. S &,99 Reg. $ .6Container
it bro. of Baptist Has

er m g99 d 2"Ju $1.39 Rt'J. 99 The Matrons and Patrons

eat tulL end Due plant-a { Council Order of the Eastern Gala Hat TeaThe Attorney Reese Marshall j.slstant .
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beyond Peat Humus >lSa"Chage >' Open'TiIUegular I Stars of Duval and Its ajacent President and members Counsel for the NAACP
re w.GnIWt 3 11" counties, will hold their Home of the Little Rock Baptist Legal Defense and Education
artth.n erop on Sevrt 9: 30 Coming February 16 In the Ma- Church are completing plans Fund, Inc., (LDF), will be the
l ra ,,r" 1 Bags for SI Re\olnng sonic Temple 410 Broad Street, for their annual Pretty Hat Tea, speaker for the Kappa Alpha
4 s : Charge Tomorrow! In the Eastern Star room 3rd Sunday, February 25, at 4.30 Psi Fraternity, Inc. when the
rur. I jfloor. at 8 p.m. The- Masonic p.m.. In the main auditorium annual Founder's Day observance
family and friends are Invited of.the church. The contestants takes place Sunday, February
/Jamie Mendei reporter. are Mrs. Lettle Hicks, Mrs. 11, In the Eugene Butler
Curlue Huger and Mrs. Ida School auditorium at .4
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I \ \\ II iQb .i t, lJr.'I I NEW YORK-Deathi in Many new spring styles of .. .11I. .. ..
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-j1IJ. mill 1: "..! Home accident in the United bats and other accessories will
HELP
.\ P.r"' .,!. () State* increased !34 per cent, be model through the courtesy FIGHT: CANCER WITH
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1 YWCA Members Committee Plans Annual Workshop For February 1'1'

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Widely Travelled College Grad Fender's Day Celebrants {

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Finds New Occupation Thrilling

t t ) ir..gr Agenda Rating And Talk
fclelne Vaughn took oH Into the clouds as a Pan American World ( .
Alreajrs stewardess and fire weeks later bad turned Into a star.
The Membership Committee of the YWCA A.L. Lewis
The former Philadelphia location for convenience and )
Branch, will hold the Annual Campaign Workshop, Monday,
schoolman Scenes
and Peace weather dependability.
Corpsvolunteer February.12,_at 7:30 p.m. at 582 West 8th Street
was selected to play show.Elaine leaving on a flight
'The members and
the role of--guess who-Elalne from Miami International Air 1 tk following Harp, Mrs. Vera Floyd,
been invited to
: friends have
Vaughn In one of a series of port, enjoys a rollicking neighborhood ; tend Mrs Fannie L. Timmons,Mrs.Weath-
movies about career opportuni "homecoming" SL Mrs.: Alverla Davis, Mrs. M. Kelly,Mrs.M. I
ties Louis. But the flashbacks of Mrs M. Butler, Mrs
Maxine Fisher Mrs. Vice
"What's A Pretty Girl Like Elaine as a trainee at the stewardess Lewis, Mrs. Barbara
James Mrs. Dorothy
You Doing Way Up Here' is college are absolutelyreal. 'Mrs. Rosa, Lee Shannon, ; Mrs. Jean Liptrot, ;
the tentative title, and a good i d C 4 'tr Clevel Issac, Mrs. Hortenese Gray,Mrs.S.G. v
question. Elaine pondered it Most of the other actors are Y Peters, Mrs. Sula Wells, Mrs. B. Wells. Mrs. ;
many times during the single Pan Am personalities also making 4 rY Sybil P. Butler Mrs. Brewington, Mrs Ali I
beetle week that brought ter their movie debuts. Hora- r .wxr Richardson, Mrs. Julia
:.Genwrlght Mrs. M.
'rom Londoo over the polar tlon S. Hill, a Pan Am Per- Wallace, .Mrs. Bernice D. I
Johnson Mrs. Blondell
route to her home base in Chicago sooel supervisor at John F. Mrs a Velma Johnson,
hews.
next day took her to New Kennedy Airport, New York, Mrs. Myrtle il. Jones Seabrooks, Mrs. Delores .
York to Join the movie troupe, was surprised to fine himself Julia Macon, Mrs. Mrs Frances Alexan-
to Miami and St. Louis for the cast as the leading man. A native. and all of the Membership
Harris Mrs. Mamie
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.filming, then back to Chicago .New Yorker and abackelorHill members Others
Mrs. ElolseLewey, Mrs.
to loin her flight service crew acted the role of Elaine expected to be present f
H Lewis Mrs. Marie Mc
for takeoff to Landon."l1's' dinner date, he enjoyed the assignment t names are not available
Mrs Leota G. Davis,Mrs. r
harder than working a so much be invited this time.
ie Keith Mrs Emma
flight," opined the new star, her to dinner off-camera there The topics for discussion will
Mrs. Sally Harris Miss
who nevertheless managed to last evening In Mtsm1.Ralles "How the YWCA I*
Mrs. Lillie M.
Boyd
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look dewy-eyed all day after Mar3'L and "Your Membership
Mrs. Myra Camper,
getting up at 6 ..m. each day High Annie Burnett Mrs. Dollar at Work"; The dif
to meet the camera's searching services and activities
Burns, Mrs. Eula Evans,
gaze. More footwork, too,. Chorus Will Agnes Reeves, Mrs. Ora at the YWCA; The Interpretation .
Elaine decided after material for
tramping Foster Mrs. Pecola of the I II+
back and forth In front of the __ Mrs. Julia Gilmore, solicitation; the distribution of.
long ticker counter at Miami Sing SundayThe 9 'F : E. Glrardeay, Mrs material and the Kick-off Gate
I
,International Airport carrying The membership goal is 1,050
._ Patterson, Mrs. Essie
her own suitcases while the camera Choral Parents of tbe William \' flmpson.' Mrs Lucile members.
crew rode alongside on Raines School will -" There are the following groupings I
High 1p'S Mrs Martha Baker, Mrs f
..!: : ... ,
a baggage cart. present the Chorus In concerton v" Burwell,' Mrs. Charles ; Rran Committee, Mrs.

Color edWAPGLYDWUHwif Sunday, Debruary 11, In the A' ." '-' James, Mrs. Leol a ) Jenkins; Adult Depart
be available for use by St. John Baptist Church. Rev Mrs. Gladys Vaught, Mrs. Alveria Davis;TeenAge ,.
secondary schools and social A J. Hughes minister Above are seen members of the Delta Sigma Theta Security on January 14. Tbe garnering was addressed by Councilwoman Avelihe, Mrs. Johnnie Department, Mrs Louise
agencies tt Is being produced Tbe public Is Invited. who held a closed Founder's Dar program at the Sheraton Hotel Satire Mathls. Lewis, Mrs Elease ; Public Schools, I
_,
by McGraw-Hill Book Company Rosa L.Shannon and Mrs. f'
--- --------- Mrs. Adrienna Moore,
through Vision Associates. It Other
will run approximately 10 minutes Friendly Host.Hostess Club Takes Time Out Delta Sorors Margaret Alexander,Stokes Mrs.,Clarine Mrs. Chairman brewlngton.to be si- "'

took four days of actual Llmbrlc. Chairman to be sel "
shooting. Hold Founder'sDay Members and friends are t
Miss Charlesetta
Splcer,
Director Lee Bobker, wearing to please be on time.
boot s and a black beard .if Meeting Carolyn A. Meeks, Mrs I'

president of Vision Associates.: I
and twice had Academy Award Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Dominations for documentaries. field If s closed* Founder's Day pow COSTFace

He was co-producercltheprhe Program Sunday, January 14,
winning movie, "D avid and .LI at the Sheraton Hotel,overlookIng '
Lisa," and made the 1966 a ward IW y' the St John's River The Lifting Of Your Hem

winning travel feature, "Wings speaker wasCouncUwomanSal-
to Italy." for Pan Am.
lye MathI.
"TOOR'JOME IS OUR. CONCERN"
The Jet Clipper stewardess A presentation was given Mrs
career will be tops la glamorIn Mathls. Mrs. Wlnona CargUaAlexander
the series of 12 opportunity a founder, was also Hoof, 'Carports. Torcies, ,

films, according to Martin J. honored.
Hamer, McGraw-Hill project Deis Aid General Room

editor. OthtrswW1nc1udtcom'. SET FAST USED tWill
medical photography, medical ) L' -' ( IUIk'' I ( (
and operation X-ray technology computer ITCHING Additions Aye Our Specialties


"We realize ICs a highly selective KIN We Will Finance Up To
Job, Hamer said, "but
tt*e are Inspirational films SCALING ::1

that'will encourage young people KIN 7 Years ..
to I finish their education I

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Pan Am officials said theyare ;* \vrv* r&IYwr KIN
Capitol Construction Co.
glad of the opportunity to t PALMIST IKIN succor*OINTMENT..

make a pitch to the many thousands Relieves Itching, Scaling and
of high school studentsat 4i&w! ufcl& Irritation of Psoriasis.1H ,
the right age to begin preparation iIr1Y .,' l.Je..it'l.1t'.r "' i -' "" 1".r.-";, ;-4, .a-:. ? ..n. t11MHeat
II C.c' 'IIY Minim HUM
for an airline career. The Friendly Host-Hostess ciuo u among me waning civic Anderson; Mmes; Oliver Nell Kotier, Irene Williams, Pr. I IIU tlUIMICICETKUDTOTOErROTtCTION
Elaine's own story Is an in. and social units of Jacksonville. These busy ladles and gentlemen sident; Irene Tlnsley, Alzada Johnson, Alene Washington I

I.rat1oo. The 24-year old stewardess however, took time out for the picture above. They Delorls Butler, Mr. Johnny Johnson, Mr. W.G.Jackson, Mrs. I WIIM,1.VMlt I M4KMIM
is the daughter of Mr. are from the left: Mmes; Ella Porter, Horace Brannon Mable Annie L. Carr, Mrs; Leacy Jones and Mrs. Evelyn Hansberry. I .*kttkM"turn.MM IliCUU M liM<|Mil.mil Hwl n kmtf.".. Nancy
and Mrs. Lorento D. Vaughn Miry, Annie Mae Scott Frances Mitchell; Miss Debris1Nedd'ng Photo By. A Paul Crawford. MC'IMM rji'tl..
'6715 Egret Place, Philadelphia --- ftUlllt : : eau.
A of Wectchester State
graduate

College, she served two yearsIn Norman Jones Lily White 218 .
Peru with tbe Peach Corps! Bells '.. U11 .., Shea

speaks year In fluent Philadelphia Spanish public taughta [ ] : :] I.. /

schools before winning her gold Wants Fairness Schedules Tea Ir
.
wings at PuAm'.lnterna Ooal'Sttwardesa
College in Miami Norman McDuffle, 1S38 Johnson BUI Williams, 1014 W. 8th .. 7:3OP.M.

last September 1%. St., 51 and Essie Mae Turner St, 50 and Nancy Lou Allen, '. BRAND NEW
In Chicago she shares. apartment 1S38 Johnson St., 55: 1012 W, 8th St., 43. For Convention Sun From 4.6 .

with two classmatesfrom Tommle Lee Thomas Jr. Norman E. Jones is serving Lily White 218 will have a.midwinter '., 1968 VW
Thomas Gaines
Jr. S3 E.
,
the Pan Am CollegeUte temporary chairman for the organization
CeceliaYvonne
1436 W. 22nd St.22 and tea Sunday, I\Februry, .
Union St.; 22 and Lola Patricia '
Wagner and Karen Kessler,both Marrs, 2360 Lantana of an unpledged slate at the Acorn community center, SEDAN1768s Her date arrives. She
mixesa
Sapp 1618 17th .
from Germany. Elaine's favorite W. St., 23. /venue 23 to be put on the second: primary from 4 to 6 p.m. .
port of call Is Paris,which ballot for the Democratic National Manhattan. With
Is In
was on of her regular stops LennIe Fulwood, 4926 Rhode Levie Laray McClendon, 1649 convention Mrs Dorothy Flemmlngs > Seagram 7 Crown. He
Island, Dr., 26andCarolynVlois W. 30th St,21 and Betty Jo Benton charge of the program Fred
during the summer tourist season It is the thinking of the or. Washington Is president: The compliments her on her r
and will be again next Collier, 1963 W. 5th St., 20. 1649 W. 36th SL, 16. ganising chairman that Negro
program u follows: Opening DIUVUID IN |AX dress. And her drink. She's t

spring.Movies frequently take poeticlicense Willie Lee Ware,5717 Dunmar DIal Nurse elected candidates officials for and elective unsuccessful office song Crawford: Prayer; Scripture, Mrs. Elizabeth, Miss a .nun '114 swore.'trCatlin learning. Good things

and this one shifted Ave., 26 and Mary Alice Thomas should form the nucleus of Sheryl Mungln; Introduction of ,. M' happen when you mix with

8132 Waxwing Ave., 10.LeI'OJ Unit the delegation slate. Priority Mistress of Ceremonles.Mrs. the best of them.
PI.ISIislalliliol
President'sTea win be given to those In order Lucille R. Morrison; Guest Soloist Say Seagram' and be Sure.
Ricks, 622 W. 8th St., of their sending their filing Mrs. Alice Burrough ; .
Listed 19 and Gall Debris Atkinson, fees. Reading, Miss Beverly McCloud : :
1404 W. 16th St., 22. Checks or money orders Introduction of speaker Mrs.
The Duval-Stanton Vocational should be made payable to Tom Griffin
Mrs. IdaScott :
Gladys Murry by
License Practical Nurse Alumnae
For Sunday James Wesley Howell, 2095 Adams, secretary of state and Princess.Naomi will be a special
Will hold the installation
Allen Rd., Atlantic Beach,Fla., mailed to Norman E. Jones, guest All are Invited. Tbe Volkswagen < '* I
The Associated Garden Club 21 and Rose Mary Branch, 94 of officers at the Eldorado on 1521 Seventh A venue,St Petersburg offering will be directed by Wff. /

Council is sponsoring a Pre Lewis St., Atlantic Beach,Fla.; Thursday. Alma February lilt at 8p.1D. Fla. son-J.merson and William Ro- I INC. .
Mrs. <<
sident's Tea on February II Badger Regis.tered
18. -barts. 1250 EAST 8th ST,.
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Garden Nurse, will be the speak- SMqram DitiiUnt.. Co.N.If C.Blmd4 her .t. am .uuu par u.
Club Center, 344 West 17th. Maxle Alfred Borders, Jr., er. Mrs. Allle Fay Maxwell will U 154-9093 .
All presidents of the various 1195 W. 27th St., 22 and La. be the soloist. All members and WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou y/rrUP /r//! j
Circles of the Association are Rosa Frankie Crier, 5714 friends are invited td be present _

urged to participate. The president CastellanoAve.,18. Seek Tbe Best Doc

raising the largest tor. When Your Doctor BOB SMITH COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERPRIVATE
Queen 01 South
mount of money will receive Roy Thomas Nelson, 1018 Tyler
a prlu. A program will be St., 70 and Maggie Rodgers, Prescribes, Get Experienced -
given. Refreshments will, be 1018 Tyler St, 64. Chapter Meets Pharmacists To I{ SETING AT REASONABLE RATESWEDDINGSPARTIES

served Mrs.>Bettlah H.Coving- Fill Prescriptions According
Queen of the South
B. WU James Arthur Cain, 1044 Oak Chapter
ueea
ton 1s president; 105 To Your Doctor'
will meet February 13 at
reporter. ley St., 21 and Retina Mae Scott f.
llama, secretary: .2179 W.lzthSLI1. the Masonic Temple, 410 Broad Orders >

Street, on the third floor,Room. We Use Only Tbe Best .

Pride Of Florida Tommie Ave.Lee, 26 and Green Luetbel, 1215 2 Williams, at 5 ,p.m.worthy Mrs.matron Queen, asks B. Quality, Drugs. C. E. BLACKProprietor CHURCH .FAMIL Y PICTURES f'pA' 1))

Miceo Lodge Foster 813 Court Goo 29. all members to be present and t I
prepare to pay the tox. Those
.3 Registered Pbaraaclats To Serve You
James Klnsey. Jr., 2120 Mai who are behind in their ESBA ,... -. .. 'CLUB GROUPS. RECEPTIONS

Will Meet St., Apt. A, 20 and Maggie lees should be present .........t-A COMPLETE LINE OF..........
Calhoun, 2120 Mars St., Apt.A "RESULTS GUARANTEED"
Temple No
Pride of Maceo Vogue Models Have
16 IBPOE of W will meel t t 19. Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries

February 15 at 71! West Do| Howard Holmes, Columbia, Planned Meeting PHONE 768-aaOO i
The Daughter
val Street at 8 p.m. S.C.,18andHanDahL u1seRu. -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Ruler, Mrs. Battle B.Jonet DM Vogue 60 Models are having
,. sell, 2461 DobySt,23. TODAY \
expects all Business of 1m a call meeting Saturday, 1907 KINGS ROAD 3538279Lilly's

portanc wfll be Rulers i Henry Lee Wallace, 5'l82Saw. February 10, at I p.m., at the .

All past Daughter B. Wit vU. yer Ave., 46 and LnyeniaMcKlnnies Club Eldorado. All members. Drug Store PHOTOGRAPHER. FOR:. 'sop1s1amI
meet at 7 p.m. Queen 1751 W.44thSt,41.. are urged to be present .
llama Is reporter. I I "JAfrVILLE RECORDING CO-.. .ROBSTSQC\ ;CQRP.-.FLORIDA STAR.





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4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10. 19E


National Baptist Convention USA.., Will Buy Natchez College |: Church ooo-o-o* !>Hem j <0'" "t **',< ,.




Board Of Directors Meeting Pre-Valentine Tea At West Friendship .G FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST ,.
and
with superintendent staff
Sunday school begins at 9:30: in
: tr1 I :rI y har in the morning devotions. Rev. Wll'pStorwiSlllm -
At Hot Springs Hears NewsHOT r Hams, the sermon.On Wednesday the dea-

/ :con board meets. On Thursday, Deaconesses meets from
SPRINGS, ARKDr.. Joseph Harrison Jackson of Chicago 1/ I '8 to 8 p.m. Rev. W.D.Jones, pastor, will preside.
announced during the annual board of directors meetings GREATER NEW JERUSALEM BAPTIST
for the National Baptist Convention USA, Inc., held In the Na Sunday school begins at 930. The morning worshIp begins at
tional Bath House that the organization voted to buy Natchez 11 a.m. with Choir No. 2 serving. The pastor or his appointed

College, Natchet Miss., for $100,000.The win preach. The pastor will be at church all day Sunday.The
action was taken In re- leee at the expiration of five Church Is located at 1435 West State.
sponse to the rquest of the yars. COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
president of the General Baptist "That there should be createda Sunday school begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and teachers
State Convention of MississippI turstee board of at least seven in charge. The morning worsbJp begins at 11 a.m. and evening -

sanctioned by manyof persons with such educational worship at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J.Crawford, pastor, will deliver
Ms outstanding laders. background that would fit both sermons. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve
The proposition for the consideration them to help the faculty In drawing throughout the day. The Gospel Crusades will render an alter
of the Board of Directors up the best possible program service program at 8 p.m. On Tuesday night at 7:30 prayer
of the National Baptist for the highest possible quality meeting is held. The public Is welcome. Rev. R.J.Crawf,. '
.
Convention the trustees of Nat- of education. 'pastor. The church Islocated at 1154 West 31st.
dies college, and the General "Also there should be a boardof MANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. ,
Baptist State Convention of Mis- managers who would be the 4 I The teachers' meeting and the prayer meeting will be held at
sissippi Included some of the legal holders and managers of ,the usualbourwim the pastor and officers In cKarge. On Wed
following points. the property, and tt would have nesday Choir No.3 will meet In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
That when and If papers are the power to elect the trustee Galvester Washington, 4108 Leonard Court West. Senior Choir ''

I signed transferring Natchez board referredjo above. .Ibis No. 1 and Senior Choir No. Z will rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. OnFridaY
College to the National Baptist board would be responsiblefor .av Choir No. 1 will meet at 8 p.m. The Cub Scouts will ;:
Convention, USA, Inc., the National planning financial cainpalgns a P r : 1'r meet at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Deacon
Baptist Convention will for the life of the development George Smith in charge. The lesson topic led by the pastor or
draw up legal document giving of the school Each an appointee, will be "True Bread From leaven"Consecra- !;:
to the General Baptist State convention in the state of Mississippi lion will be at 1030.: The ,morning worship begins at 0 a.m.
Convention of Mlssissiool the would have representation 'wiui'deacons iii charge. The hand of fellowship'will be given :-

option to buy back Natchez Col- ,on this board." b- ..In the morning service. Holy communion will be observed
2:30: p.m. with Rev. S.L.Badger delivering message. ChoirsNo.
Young Peoples District No. 7 gave a gala Pre-Valentine Tent West FriendJosephine Wooden Mrs. Dorothy Tucker, Mrs. Clytle L. Harp 1 and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 wlllserve.
Units ship Baptist church Sunday. Many participated the program. Mrs. Beula Thomas, Mrs. WUhemlna Turner, Mrs. Sylvia Mrs.. Marlon Carter and Cecil B. Fisher are Incharge of
f Baptist These pictures attest to the gaiety when prevailed These Levy, Mrs. Catherine Woodson Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews and music.
\ Union To Hold cbar.'Dtngladl's are, from left I Mrs. Annie L.Fisber, Mrs. Miss Queen E. Jenkins. Photo By A. Paul Crawford. MT. SALEM BAPTISTa

i Sunday Musical Plan FestivalFor special project will be promoted al day Saturday In the homed
), McCall Gospel Mt. Morlah AME New Bethel AME William Cannon Mrs. Evelyn Wynn, 754 Court R, for the benefit of the Trl-

: The Young Peoples' Union will March 22 State Rally which terminates on February 26. Sunday school

: : meet Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Singers Plan Gets Ready ForHens'Annual Continues Plans Speaks At New begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Jack Green in charge. The
, on Baker and Decoct Streets at Appearing under the Auspicesof lesson topic will be reviewed by VIe pastor, Rev. W.O. RogersThe
:: the Community Baptist Church. tile Baptist General State morning devotion begins at U nm.with Deacons G. Tucker
''i{ Rev. O. D. Davis is pastor. Convention the three local conventions For. Big Program For Men's DayNew Bethel Annual and J. Green In charge. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No.1

:: This union Is composed of 12 of Jacksonville an International The McCall Gospel Singerswill will serve throughout the'da,. The pastor of his appointee win
:I groups of young peq>le. Miss Festival" in Raines present a program Sunday Mt. Morlah AME Church Is Bethel AME Church, William David Cannon Sr.has bring the messages A program will be given at 3 p.m. sponsored
': Camilla Jackson and Miss High School, Friday, March 22, night, February 11, at 8 p.m.; preparing for the annual Men's Third and Tyler, Rev E. Jones been selected to speak in New by Miss C. Ford and Miss B. Johnson. The Home Mission -
M Day program. minister Is busily engaged in Bethel AME Church by the Circle will meet at 4 at the church. On Monday night
: : Gloria Ann Harris will be at 8 p.m. There will be coun- at the Ephesus Baptist Church. p.m,
hostesses for the Union. The ties represented, with the hostess Among Us many groups assist- Rev. J.W. Jones, pastor, recently consummating plans for the chairman of the annual Men Day Choir No. 2 rehearses. On Tuesday night prayer meeting takes
public Is Invited. Mrs. Inc I wear ing native masquerade lag will be Elder Davis andSln- organized the men. annual Men's Day,scheduled for Arthur Mitchell place. On Thursday night Choir No. 1 rehearses. Rev. W.O.
Among those elected to serve March 3.Arthur. Cannon is a member of New Rogers is pastor. Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The church
Harris is president; M1 s s costumes. gers, Union Singers,Miss Alice
are: General Chairman Daniel Churchwbere be
AME
Cynthia Jackson is secretary; Contact the three presidents, Phillips, The Cllfttones, Mt Mitchell .and Edmond Bethel NEW West 22nd.
Co-chairmen
Viand Mrs. Alberta Latimore is Mrs. C.I.Williams, Mrs. Sadie Salem Singers and the Lampkin Bryant, Eugene Sneed, chairmen have announced serves on Steward Board Dumber FIRST ZION BAPTIST
supervisor and pianist. Fedd, or Mrs. Sarah Rice Singers. AU are 'invited. Mrs. Alexander and James fluitt;, the choosing twenty-seven two and sings in the Frank The usual order of service will prevail at First New Zloo
Butler Is In charge. Rev. Bell Secretary, James Johnson; captains. Williams chorus. He is a member Baptist church. Sunday school will commence at 9.30 a.m. ender -
is pastor. Treasurer, Hollls Felton.. O n Sunday, February II, the of the faculty of R.V.Dan the leadership of Deacon Joseph D. White. At 10:15 a.m.
Captains are: James Johnson Founder's Day celebration will iels Elementary School were the superintendent will review the lesson. AtlO.45a.rn.: awards
Moses Glpson Eugene Alexander take place. The young people last year, be served u coor- will be given to the outstanding junior and senior classes for
Howell Funeral CARDS OF THANKSWORDS Calvin Reddick Henry will play a prominent role lathe dinator of the sixth grade,coordinator .excellence in attendance and finance.
Lewis, S. Peterson, C. Sabb, services. Tribute will be paidto of Spanish coordinatorof Morning worship will start at 11.00 with the deacons In charged
CANNOT Express: Hollls Feline Julius Alexanderand Richard Allen founder of the the glee club, which made its the devotional services. At 5 p.m. district No. 8 and the
our gratitude and sincere James Flultt. Men's Day AME Church. The church history the Ken deaconess board will meet at the church. Also at 5 p.m. the
Home thanks to our numerous will be celebrated on Sunday will be reviewed from 1787 Baptist Training Union will meet under the presidency of Miss
friends for their kind acts and March 10. to 1968. Annette Williams.
appreciative deeds during theloss Other services are u usual. On February 18 the Baby contest fju Evening worship will be liD at 6.30 with the deacons leading
Sunday School is at 9.43 with
of our Darling Clifford will close. On February the devotional services. Choir No. 2 and usher board No. 2
5879 Moncrief' Raid Maurice Bush. Words of the ine Bryant superintendent andstaftotteacbersIn Mrs. Paul 18, at 4 p.m., the Sarah McGln- will serve throughout the day. The pastor, Rev. C.C.Brown;
'thanks and appreciation are Missionary Society will present will deliver both sermons.
given to: Rev.B.L.Wynn,pasjtor charge. The morning service "Faith in Action." Mrs The monthly meeting of the deacon board will be held Monday
24 Herr Aatalance Service .of the Abyssinia Baptist will service be at 11 ara. The evening Olivia HarreU, newly elected at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m. the pastor Is asking that
at
Church, Officers Choirs begins 6:30. president, will be In charge. Choirs No. Iii Z, Usher Boards No. It 2, along with the congregation
Ushers Nurses and Members. Rev. and Mrs. E. Jones wUl.be accompany him to West Union Baptist church.Thursday -
Rev. W. C. Mitchell, Rev. i' r hosts. at 7:30 p.m. monthly business meeting of the church will
All Faiths Richard HoUlday, Rev. W. C. Other organization beads and be held. The church Is located at 1700 Davis.
Serving Williams to the total TABERNACLE
Neal, Rev.Roosevelt persons contributing BAPTISTThe
Fathers, CoutureD.ORegan, IN MEMORIAMIn programming of New Bethelare anniversary of the pastor and of the church will terminate
M.J. Kelley, and members of : J.T.Balley, Nathaniel Foster on Sunda.Rev.E.RSlmpsooofZloollqlewW be la charge
Convenient Location The Church of The Immaculate loving memroy of our deu James Hawkins, George His congregation will accompany him. other services wW
Conception. ProfessorsCharles "son and brother, SP/4 HoraceC. Bruton, Frank Donalson, Louie be is usual. Sunday school will be at 9.30 Superintendent
Brooks Principal of Collins, who passed swatthree Jones, P.J. Williams, Arthur '11 Hassle Solomon will be In charge. The morning service beginsat
,New Stanton Senior High years ago February 10,. Williams, George Mills.Mmes; U a.m. AU youth choirs and Usher Board No. 2 will serve.
School Professor E. L. J. 196!!. He wished no one a last Edith Alston,Ivanlta Bailey,Alberta WILLIAM CANNON All districts win meet at 3:30: p.m. at the church. All youth

Banks Assistant Principal farewell, nor even said goodby Morris, O.FJJonalson, Knight Television Show last choirs meet Wednesday afternoon for rehearsal, at 5:30.Pray-
Administrative Staff, Staff of lie was gone before we knew Gladis Chaos, Serena Tolbert spring During the dedicatory er meeting: Wednesday night at 7:30.
Teachers, Student Body, Student I it, and only God knew why. In Ollle Williams, Rose UHaynes, services of the school last year, UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
Aipk Parking Facilities Council, Professor Clifford loneliness our eyes shed many, Malanie Jones Beatrice Zetgler. Cannon served as director for
Bugg, and New Stantotfs ,, tears, but God only knows bow Queen Bruton, UB.Hali, the teachers chorus.He Sunday school begins at 9:30 with Mrs. Lulu M. Robinson,
and
... teachers In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed
Marching and SymphonicBand have missed you these past .M.L.Cooper and Vera Wiles. is a member of the Nu by the
pastor. At 11
Jrs. Mrs. Nor- I Mrs. Rosa Debase and Mrs. Beta a.m. the deacons, D.B.Pollard, and Robert -
Omega ; Chapter of the Phi Beta -
King Will be In
765-6664 768-2054 charge of devotions. Choir No.1 and Usher
ma S. White and Darnell Cook- Anna Roberts returned after ill- Sigma Fraternity. He is a Board No. 2 will
serve
throughout the
The
man's Vikings Band, Professor ness. Errna Bryant and Wini graduate of Edward Waters College services begins at 6 p.m. The pastor will day. at both evening
speak ser-
K.D. McFarlln, Former / fred Williams are at the con- and has done further study Ylce. On
Monday night the deacon board
lewis J. Howell L.F.0. Band Director; Mrs.Norma S. sole of the instruments. Rev. at Jacksonville Unlverslty.Flo- 25th the deacon board will celebrate Its anniversary meets. On February Rev.Jake

White and Darneu-Cootman's Elijah Jones in minister. rids AIM University, Florida Ray is pastor. Mrs Leomla Miller Is church
reporter. The
Vikings Band Miss M.Janson State University and Florida is located at 613 Pippin.
Service
Understanding WithjAnjJsHnction' 'and employees Diana Dress Memorial College at Saint Augustine -
FIRST BAPTIST
Shops, Rev. Dallas J.Graham St. Matthew Florida.
The First Baptist church of College Park Rev.F..Davis -
'
For past two be has pastor
Leon F.Bland Sr. years
01 nl Mortician; ,
District 2 worked ass an Instructor In Adult has announced a series of Services for the week, beginning
L.F.D. and efficient staff of
with the Sunday School at 10 a.m
Basic Education at the Eastside
Nurses Lucile Bell R.N. and
; The morning services will begin at 1130. B.T.U. will begin!
Neighborhood G.J.E.O. Center.
Mrs. Ruth Valdez L.P.N.; Sponsors Tea at 6:30 Ths 6:30 regular night service will feature the pastor
Mrs. Clara Jones, Lady At- tiff. Just recently he was cited by Rev. J.Darts.
,
WRITE WRHC TODAYWin tendant The Gospel Echoet- HORACE C. COLLINS St Matthew Baptist Church's the Young Men's Christian Association On Monday night February 12, Rev. Catlen and his congregation
tes; The Telegraph Press; I three years.Signed District No. 2 will sponsor their of Jacksonville, Florida Muchern Temple CUE: Church will be in charge of
Funeral Directors of the City, : Mother, Mrs.MadgleL actual Get-Acquainted TeaSun at the Atlantic Coast Line thA Intordenomlnatlnal fellows) union. 'Tuesday niebt win

Yoir ChurchCut and Numerous Friends along Ceilings,Brother,Sgt Mar- day, February 18, at 3 p.m.ID Building with Christianity teal feature prayer meeting.
$25.00 For
with others who participated. YIn B. Co111ns; Sister Mrs. the educational building. Mrs. men. Arthur Mitchell will bechairman. On Wednesday night February 14, Rev. W.L. Bell and the
Mrs. Emma Bush Johnson Arbesto White; Brotherinlaw Euralle Woods will be the Edmund: Sneed director congregation for Epbeslan Baptist, and Rev. James and congregation
out the coupon below and and Family. SP/4 Charles :E. White. speaker. All members and of publicity. of Midway Baptist will be In charge. On Thursday

friends are urged to be pre- night, February 15!!, Bishop M. Baker of the Church of God la
write your question. then mail sent. The church is located at Christ of Fourteenth and Grunthal, and Elder Young of the
28th and Moncrief.Abyssinia. Deacon Board Holiness Church of Fifth and Powhatan will be Incharge.

to radio station WRHC P. 0. On Friday night, February 16, Elder Cooper of the Atlantic
SEAFOOD CENTER Will Has FoundingOf Beach Holiness Church, Rev. McFrlson of the Lone Star Me
thodist Church and Rev. Carter of Galilee Baptist will be Incharee.
lox 2467 14 N. MYRTLE AVI. PH. EL 4 1461 .
Jacksonville
Fto Honor LeadersOn
.. Mt. OliveThe
At the closing on Sunday, February 18, at 2:30 p.m. Rev.

PHONE 389-1111 LARGE BASS ISM?a. 49c B.L.Wynn and the congregation of Abyslnnia Baptist will be
February 19Rev. Board of Deacons of the
....k s.. (." C.t4 a ...,_I Oak. eft" ...y.... .LI. present. The dedication of the church will take place. The
D :ttUCTlONS: The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt 'to' New I4t Olive Baptist church church is located at 1900 West Fourth. Rev. F.D.Davis is
&o trover to any question lave get ROE SHAD. lb. 49c and Mrs. R L. Wynn of will obserce its fiftieth annl-: tor. pas-
you may on any subject, Such

as schools, rents, taxes. city and colmty government and sot BUCK SHAD . lb. 39c the will Abyssinia be honored Baptist with an Church appreciation boards verdary of Sunday the city at 6.30.Various:will participate. FRIENDSHIP School BAPTISTSunday
begins at 930. Deacon Arthur Brown will be la
Write your questions below and mail at once. Your question Inlenuttimuit /...or i'. -Locnlly Froduttd program on Sunday, Rev. Payne associate charge. The morning worship begins at 11 am., with the deacons -
and the answer, along with your name and address will be February 19, in the main audit- minister, will deliver the ser In charge. Mrs. E. Johnson will give the address. The
FLOUNDER 59c orium of the church. Rev. S.L. mon. Deacon Clarence Jones
broadcast from time to.Ume WRHC LB. deaconess will
on so please print your sponsor a special project tomorrow in the homeof
came and address. Write Badger, pastor of Emanuel Bap- of Mt. Vernon Baptist will be Mrs. Bertha Wilson
as often as you like and listener ,7903 New Kings Road.District No. 2 win
CINUINI 'LoaIDALOBSTERS list Church will be the principal] master of ceremonies. Fred
vour answer on WRHC,1400 on your radio your total community . Lb. $1.10 speaker. Washington of St. Stephens's meet February at 5 p.m.,at the church Deacon Robert Ben
station the air idrick is
on 24 hours a day. leader.DistrictNo.5willmeetSunday.!! 11 in
February ,
For the best question each week,4urlng this mailing, Radlq FANCY LIVING $1 00 'AME and Levi Simmons of the !the homee (r\Ecoli\ ? and **". Nathaniel Prime 7119 Richardson -.
Station WRHC will award $%5.00 to the church of your choice CRABS DOZ. | CLAW MEAT $US IN MEMORIAM New Mt Olive will sing. Road. Prime is leader. The pastOr is asking the
Other services will be
as us-
UY QUESTION: church to him
accompany to the West Union Baptist Church

TROUT . ... . lb. 59c ual.9:30 with Sunday Deacon school R. Cambridgein begins at celebration Friday night, February 16 at 8p.m.,where he will assist in the
-SLASHU .LI.."THIMi PIICI f 10 MR CWT of the pastor's anniversary.He Is also asking Choir
5 S In the
charge. morning ser
No. 1 and Choir
No.2 and Usher Boards
LARGE ROE MULLET . LB. 3Sc 'vice deacons will be in charge The evening service begins at* 8 No. 1 and Nat to serve.
Usher
P.rn. The Chorus, the
with Rev. W.L.Glanton
MUTTON SNAPPER . lb. 79c delivering the sermon.pastor,. Board No. 3 will serve. Rev. Remus Smith Is pastor.ST. .

GINUI.., TANGY A.ALACHICOLA PAUL BAPTIST

II PLEASE PRINT SHELL OYSTERS .U. 15.50 New Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Deacon Jefferson and teac-
,MY NAME IS RedeemThe hers In cbarce. The
r ; pastor Rev.
Taylor will lesson
"AYPOn CAUGHT MLDIUM LARGE In Memroy of m dear loving review the
WHITE SHRIMP 1,10 husband, Jamessmith whode- New Redeem Baptist Morning worship begins at 10.45!! with Deacons Sheppard and
m' La Church had Brown in
MY,4DDRESS well
a
attended tea charge of
devotions. At 11
have
parted this life one year ago, a.m., the pastor will
\ M ray question Is Judged best,.please send $25.00 to the church February 6, 1967.Gone but not' Sunday, sponsored by the charge of the'pulpit. The Junior Choir wiserve throughout tlI/
I pi my choice, which is The Odds On Local Favorite o forgotten. Church Choir No. 1. day along with the Junior Ushers. Evening service begins H

1 WHITING . LB. 35 Wife: Mrs. Georgia Mae Board On February will have 14 the Deacon lag? p'm and.AH BIble teachers are askecl to be present for teachers' mW-
Smith Brothers and a contest at Study on Friday IIIght at 7 Prayer Meeting
/PUB?T NAME I. NAME OP LQCAL CHURCH -;Sal ,3 p.m. Other services are as begins at 7 p.mr each Tuesday rt1*. The p.m.church Is located at

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of New Redeem Baptist The smiling group above Is Charlie Dix, Ella Foreman, Egeory Mathix, Majorle Anderson Deacon Crawford, Little Harris, Rudolph Williams-
Florence Smith, Deacon E. Dunson, Rosalyn wWare, Jessie Deacon C. Johnson Deacon Blocker and Deacon Smlth.Photo
Evergreen Missionary Baptist Douglas Anderson Episcopalians Ware, Birdie MjSykes Adeline Quarterman. From left, By A. Paul Crawford.


Will Host One-Day ConfabThe Chorus Will Sing Face Dilemma Friendly Westside Choirs RevelationChurch West Friendship

At Dayspring Unit Plans Rally BaptistTea Features
East Florida and Bethany Association has planned a one- The Anderson High In Rebellion Union Announces AgendaThe
day meeting to be beld at the Evergreen Missionary Baptist Douglas
Church. The church is located on Ellis Street and 31st. Rev School Chorus will be presented ALBANY Ga.--St John's Friendly Westside Choirs Union will hold Its quarterly Revelation Baptist Church ,14 Many PersonsThe
March 18 In the auditorium
Church which rebelled
on against
IlIlWrbhtlanastor. business conference and banquet, Monday, February 12, at 01 Evergreen will be the scene
'This will be the initial The Women's Auxiliaries willbe of Dayspring Baptist Church,at any suggestion of Integration 7:30 Allen 12 of the
meeting p.m., in the home of the president, Mrs. Ruby B. beginning February West Friendship Baptist
presiding of Rev. B. H. Hart beard In the afternoon. Mrs. 8 p.rn. from the hierarchy,was expect- Steward, 5827 Scott Street. The Male Chorus and the combined celebration of the first anniversary 'Church was the scene of A gala
The chorus Is under the cI1red trouble last
Icy, newly elected moderator.He M.L.Johnson is president of the The to cause more choirs of Royal Tabernacle Church will be the catering hosts.. of Its founding and of .Pre-Valentlne Tea sponsored
ectlon of Vernon Smith.
will be assisted by Rev. C. Senior Missionary DepartmentMrs. public Is Invited. Smith U widely week when the diocesan convention The Friendly Westside Choirs'Missionary: Baptist Church, the founder Rev. C.L.TeUalr. '"y District No.7 Sunday. Many
B. Dalley, the vla-moderata .Carolyn Burney is president musician. Mrs. met. Union will hold its montly mass J551 Let Street with Mrs. On the opening night Rev. H. participated.
known a
as The church bolted from the
newly-elected also, and the second of the Junto r Women revival Catherine W. in of the Unity Community -
George W. Walker heads the Dorothy W. Green Is chairman dloceanan setup In 1965 rather meeting. Sunday_after Sykes charge McCray Among those who took part
vice- moderator and the AME Church will be In
Z3.atz:30p.rn., were: Deacon John Lewis,Mrs.G. .
Rev. C.T.McCall, third vice- Rayman- Brotherhood Mrs. of the event; Mrs. Minnie L. than agree to integration. The OOer:1o: Others win be Rev. .
unit of Mount Olive charge. Anderson, Mrs. B. M. Thomas
Mary K. Heads the Usher's Brown, president of Choir No. membership has continued to Revelation
moderator. Rev. W.M.H1Umo- Grace AME
Primitive Baptist Church, 1319 Parish Chapel Miss Cheryl Thomas,
derator emeritus will Union while G.W.Walker Patterson 4, the group presenting the hold the property, and action 13 and Rev. Nelsonof
particl- BTJ and Alexander singers. Rev. C.A. Weaver is has been taken. North Myrtle A. .,. Rev. J.N. Church PlansAnniversary February Mrs. Lucile Lewis, Arnetta
participate the business pro- Dixon Is pastor. Arlene E. the Palmer Grove Baptist Levy, Joseph King Miss Mary
cedures. also.Heard of the BTU will speak pastor of Dayspring. Lily I While Tea Vance and the Gospel Chorus church; Rev. R.D.Bennett, New Oliver, Michelle Levy, Joseph
This session will be highlighted At 4 p.m. Rev. Sams will give will be hosts. The Friendly Mt. ZIon, Rev. Thomas Mt. King Mrs. Q.E. Jenkins, Mrs.
by the report of the Constitution his offlcal address from the office St. PaulPlans Planned For Westside Union and Mt. Sinai Bethel Baptist andRev.G.LmtthSt. Lucille Lewis,Mra.Syhll Levy
Committee' the set of the General President of At Center Baptist Church Male Choursesand District No. 1 of the Revelation Joseph AME, February 14; President; Deacon John Lewls.
ting lath of the new modera the Progressive Baptist Convention Usher Board Sunday Combined Usher Boards Baptist Church will sponsor Rev. R. Logan, Messiah Baptist leader.; Rev. G.: Smith was the
tor's program for the association. and also in the light Meeting Sunday Whit Lodge No. 224 will from Mt. OUve will serve. a state rally Sunday night and Rev. Robert.St. Peter speaker.
During the afiernoooperl- of his presidency of the National hay a spiritual tea Sunday, The Friendly Westside Choirs In the auditorium of the church. Baptist, February; Rev. C.
od the District Mission Board, Baptist Convention of Usher Board No. 2 of St. Paul February U, from 4 to 6 p.m. Union will mae a triumph return Mrs. Jordan 1s captain of the E, Smith, February 16. Services
Rev. A.J.Hugbes chairman: and America. AME Church will meet Sunday, at the Brooks Prayer House of Us 1967 Annual Musical Georgia group. Mrs.Helen Tel- begin at I p.m. All pastors
the District Education Board, Appearing on the program will; February 11, at the church at ;ion Tyler street. Mother Dunn : entitled "SING CHOIR OF 'fair Is captain of the Florida unit will be accompanied:: by ATTEND THE CHURCH,
Rev. 4:30 Important business CHOIRS, SING", afternoon The public: Is Invited. The official boards, singing groups
G.A.Prke chairman: will be Mrs. Hannah B. MUler resident -'' p.m. will be the speaker. Shell Reed Sunday -
give the first official accounts: of the Progressive'Bap- will be transacted. M.C.Cham11 president. Mrs. Willie Mae March 31, at 2:30 p.m., church Is located at 1401 Ever- and their congreK tlon. Mrs. OF YOUR CHOICE
of the work for the fiscal year. hers Is president. Heart Is deputy. In the main unit of Mt Sinai green. Rev. Telfalr Is pastor Edith R. Jackson is reporter.




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THE FLORIDA STAR 9 Th3i Equal '

AS PRESIDENT JOHNSON OBSERVED/NN/S E'

MEMORABLE CML RIGHTS ADDRESS TO A a'',.
NEWS JOINT SESSION ON MAR.I.IV 5 -THE T1I C BY WHITNEY YOUNG JR.
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company FOR JUSTICE HAS COME NOW NO FORCE s SEGREGATION BY ANOTHER NAME
CAN HOLD IT BACK? : ,
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,, Sbakespear once said that a rose called by any other name

MEMBER 4!'/ l HEATHH would smell as sweet. Segregation by any other name still
c/0E3S
smells bad
pi PROORm It goes by anumber of new names.The old Jia c...." to a...w
.d NO/
000 P TIONl\L $ t.. self-separation," and it bas the oddest
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I don't mean the Black Power
; supporters.
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,':. ,I f I.f' 10N advocates. There have aloways been people
"" HOMES OVE who said we should not have anything to do II
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"V ',R t'Ii with the white population. I'm talking about
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CIIC I. SIMPSON ,- Miiaiin Editor ;; :t'- I GNEO is s; the tome many out in liberals favor of and segregation.radicals who have

'!l1 ;i;'" ',' Sure, they don't actually use the word.They talk abort uki*

HILDA WOOTEN --- Circilitiii Mniir fI '; t.' ; the ghetto a better place and building separate institutions, and
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t. i 'In general use a very high-flown vocabulary to describe what
old Senator BUbo and other racists used to call "keeping the

1323 Ifticrief Read this Elii 4-8712 Negro in his place
Right now that "place" is the ghetto. Like prison walls, the
'THESE AND OTNU g ghetto boundaries keep Negroes In bad housing and their child

wEAPOHS. ARE7OseLeEo. t ren In Inferior schools. Negroes will achieve equality only wiled
Miiliif Mints t r those walls tumble.
That doesn't mean the ghetto can't be made better nor doesIt
mean that many Negroes like other groups won't want to
.t. ,In 5SS Jicksmilli, Florida 32201 live In predominately Negro neighborhoods. But until there Is

.fit 1 a choice available so that Negroes can dowbat they wish to do,
MIAMI OFFICE :.
7 the ghetto will bar progress.I .
think the ghetto has to be improved. Slum housing should be
PHONE 751-3879 replaced by decent homes. Schools should be made the best In
.y lie city. The Urban League has been working hard to get
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES business to put plants and offices Into the ghetto so that peoplecan
J One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 find work.
Mailed to You Anywhere. the United States TANKS PURCHASED But Just gilding the ghetto Isn't a long-range solution. History

Subscription payable in Advance BYPOLICfDEPAKTMENT3 : shows that the isolation of Negroes into their own communities
; Of SEVERAL p with as little contact with the white majority as possible only
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CITIES TO i breeds the worst kind of exploitation.The .
;: FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 RISINQ CHIME.r' tr old-time racists knew this and that's why they set ups

: _Jacksonville 1, Florida 4 system of segregation. So long as the Negro was kept apart they
could control him and dominate him. And lots of Negroes went

': The Pueblo And The Reds SUPPRESSION..OR ENLIGHTENED PREVENTIVE MEASURES? along with the system, discouraging their kids from trying to
make their way In the white man's world. They Just didn't believe -
: The Pueblo incident has put the adminis- Negroes could compete effectively A lot of the black philosophy
: tration on the spot. And it has pointed up ------------------------------- Is a hangover from those days.
I I don't agree that Negroes can't compete. General Westmoreland
: what the Reds intend to do-Don't for* ,
you a South Carolinian, once told me that a lesson he had
: get it either! I YOUR learned In Vietnam was that Idiots and geniuses come In all

: Above all else, Hanoi',s goal is victory, I I WeeklyHOROSCOPE colors. The more contact Negroes have with the white world

; not compromise. Yet, the United States t around them, the more they see that whites are very far from

: seems to be contented with not "winning I having a monopoly on wisdom or ability.
; We've got to work bard tobreak down the color barrier. ThereIs
the war. i GUIDE no point to helping white bigots raise the walls still higher.
: There have been many pleas for a halt to I That's why it is so disappointing to see so many liberals filling

: the bombing of North Vietnam and many the pages of high-brow Journals with all sorts of excuses to

: other harebrained schemes have been pro- 'j: keep segregation.
; posed by peacemakers. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER jI t There Is something strange about a white professor who has
,
exercised his freedom of choice to get a good Job and live Ins
: If Hanoi is out to win, 'why shouldn't we? suburb which bars Negroes from O'fiI11DChomea,telling Negroes

: We have ,had experience ththe Communistsfor I to stick In the ghetto It'.pretty easy to throw big words around

{wo decades and ought to know the I II I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS I and put out nice sounding theories about power and separatism,

score by now. II I I but that doesn't get anybody a Job or a house that's rat-free.
1 Ii I wish that some of these liberals and radicals would put as
They are double-dealers who deal their I FOR i much energy Into getting Negroes into their fine communities,

cards from the bottom of the deck. Our and Jobs In their businesses and schools. Instead telling Vt

call for peace has led. tQ the death of I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I gross to segregate themselves, they ought to be telling white

some 33,000 Americans in Korea and some citizens to give Negroes breathing room.
1. Some of these people art so Insecure: about their own prejudices
16,000 additional dead thus far in Viet- _.
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nam. the most extreme thing any Negro says. At the New Left conference -
Diplomatic foreign policy cannot be effective In Chicago the white delegates let black extremists:
unless the United States set as ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN wal all over them, only to have the Negroes laugh at them behind -

Its policy "flghtlhg to win" and bring' :BORN'MARCH BOQN..IUE BORN their backs. AU they really were doing was patronizing
Try .:: .1 BORN SEPT. DEC.21ed Negroes, and thats Insulting.We .
the war to an immediate end. need these white advocates of to to their
separatism come
22ii JULY..fb': IAN. iSti
This is the that 2Uk APRIL 19th : 23rd OCT. 23rd and
only kind of reasoning senses rejoin the fight for equality. There are already far
Bakes sense. Ira straight shad Waste no Listen instead. Of course you Be there first. If there area Irs forever new. While many too many white people telling Negroes what they need, and too
time taking worthless detors 'want to have the say-so. And new Jobpromotlon Increase modern fads do not always meet few white people telling other white citizens to get off the Ne-
Doctors Is The Charge True ? unless there is no other way who doesn't! All the samettere insalary or trade openings to with your approval one cannot gro's back.
are occasions ehn it is wiser say that they are not Interest-
open With Mars prepared to be had, make it a point to be
A four-man enter your Sun sign you are to allow otters to take the floor at 'the head of the line.There ing. The pattern remains the
investigating committee of
and to direct same through the the .Our THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
the
At the controls and should strive show. This 1s is a possibility that would be rivals ages
which two are Negroes, is holding a committee u rapidly u safety and circumstances a time when only one person may be caught napping elders laughed at our antics, ,
hearing against, three Negro.den permit toward the can be in the driver's seat, a situation that does not often when they did not condemed 1W rimrai- Brown Jr.
tists in North Carolina who have been chosen destination. The two objectives unless you are willing to face exist. Excellent days for the them, thUd we were young.
the prospect constant bicker- And now It" our turn to do Each month dozens of Job Corpsmen return to our city. Each
charged with malpractice incompetence. ) : you may haven mind achievement of major purposes
log or even sharp controversies. likewise.. There 1s a time wheneverybody one had completed an Intensive course of training to equip him
will be
be
an advancement in status the 12th. and 13th. You
may -
One of the dentist being accused is Dr. for a new productive life. Each Is
f and the material A perfect understanding may then grows up and turns seeking a new job, a new way
privilegesthat surprisingly ontain
Reginald A. Hawkins, a candidate for the accompany. It must be should be reached between partners me cooperation that was denied into a more conservative indi of life and a new home. Each volunteered Job Corp because,
'Democratic nomination for governor of taken into account,however that sweethearts and married you previously. Don't allow vidual. This generation is not he knew he was in a rut and In some cases he was a school
couples while the planets smile likely to be an exception after drop out and In other cases be was a part of a broken home
North other individuals to stand
j Carolina. He says the charge is racially -; with whom pride in the way 01 accepting
down all is said and living In a poverty stricken in situation
you must work with have their benevolently upon them. it for such fine opportunities done. Excellent neighborhood living a
motivated.Dr. own was and U This could offset the less promising are seldom openings to acquire new friendships that perpetuates a feeling of helplessness and hooelatn as.
George P. Nash has been tempo may repeated Having served in Job for '
accused of be better startegy to adjust indications that Immediately if ever. Be careful the daily should be thoroughly Corp many months
billing for work not performed on child- yourself to their pace than to crop up on the 14th. choice food and drink and do plored on the 12th. 13th. While these young men have learned a specific
ren in an anti-poverty program in Char- try and compel them to fit their These are days when you also not expose yourself to the vagaries your mind U aa quick as lightning skill that is saleable U given an opportunity. -I
lotte 18 months own to yodrs6.70.44.17.567. have to look after Joint material of the weather on the these days, do not allow it I fJ
ago. interests to ss that they are 14th. to outstrip ,the ability to follow We found the following situation prevailing -,

Dr. John P. Stinson has been charged with fully protected against both 't 50 66 -18 8'l6 through, In Jacksonville: Job Corp graduates re-
malpractice. TAURUS knoWII and unexpected dangers. 9 50 88MS* 908 turn to Jacksonville and find doors ttni / |

1 It has been said that two Negroes were 1-60-55-18-906 SCORPIO closed the same deprived area they len once they now recommend
assigned to the investigating committee to BORN APRIL SAGITTARUSBORN 'find business as usual no money, no Jbo, inadequate home no
BORN OCT. recreational facilities and little,concern on the part of the
p prevent counter charges that the accused 20th MAY 20th LEO NOV. matured adult who lives in the area. This ultimately'leads to

dentists are being singled out because Dotfr crat Your heart as well BORN IULY23rdAUG Mlh-NOT. 22 lll dellquency and crime.
they u'plaID as J3id DEC. 21st Out of this condition a new organization known JACS
are Negroes.All common sense may Follow the Muse. The inter as was
three dentists have denied the acusations. be doing battle terse and in- 22iiThere's est, or the person, that is closest If s a grand feeling. Securityis born chance and to designed make to help young men who have earned a new
hlbltatlocs.The future the most used and the most of It for themselves and their com-
and the one of
to your heart is the one that
They could lose their licenses a way out. Famous munity.
hopes that are interwlned with should be given the most attention popular words in today's dictionaries -

to practice dentistry in North Carolina. people have previously said or The Urban League is In drastic need of
ii, are singing in the balance. alter the demands of here and abroad. But volunteers to work!
., Now that the charges are made, let us This makes it praticularly vital repeated that the word impossible Job or profession have been your it is obtain through chance. It, with these young men to help them make the necessary adJustments ->

wait and see if the accused can vindicate for you not to err in Judge- their is vocabularies.not to be found This is in satisfied. This Is a moment to often means long years of patient ,,male or inmate- in fact what they need is a big brother. Any adult
ment, either by choosing the make a play for recognition and strenous endeavor to that believe In young people should call Urban
themselves. the line of ,
wrong course or not doing anything along thought that especially when it is absolutely reach the point where we may League and take one of the trainees under their wing and give
most Leos tend to follow. Manv them the
\ at all. The positive reaction certain that you possesstalents say that it is truly ours. It supportive services they need. Without your help
may have fine opportunityto these
is the one indicated a also means going without many young men will ultimately become harden crlmals in
that
Education No Sure as are out of the ordinary.
Cure For Crii that not the
.; the favorable element that enhances prove they are scaredby The fact that you are falling things In life and accepting very near future.

: It has been suggested that a basic remedy friendships alliances and ments appearances and that they or develop.will see short of the main goal should certain sacrJlces: Just sums

; for crime and lawlessness is education. the Joint development of pro- to it that the security of their not deter you In the least. This when this is hardest to do.
jects that will make projects may even be to activate Sagittarlans who are now in
: This families necessary
may be true in some instances but and themselves will not
will make the days to come to desire to succeed all their twilight years will fully ,
be -
; we also recognize that education is a process happy and remunerative EvenU Jeopardized. Jobbousingandprofit the more, and to call on the understand when is being driven -
: which has you have had dlsgreeable making opportunities at, but the younger persons This Week In
lagged pitifully and that experiences should be seized and exploted hidden reserve of powers that Negro History i
: it is a very slow process at best. It cannot along these lines in of these especially eventful may exist unbeknown to you. among you had better take your
the it from elders and star!
does
past not necessary Friendships should not be bro- cues your ....
be made days even if the trends
f 100 per cent efficient in ona that seem thinking coistrjrtlvely
mean they would not be re- to ken unless you are positlv that ; now.
be
year even by pouring into it dollar peated. running against you. A 6.80-33 Feb. 7
-18 1787
every 9-80-66-19-654 danger that must be neatly side they no longer are re'.ur ateor 888 The African Methodist Episcopal Church
educators say will. be necessary.Yes stpped is one that could be : that they are turning into bgan functioning In Philadelphia under the
we have a great need' for educationand threaten intimate and public liabilities instead of assets. PISCES leadership of founder Richard Allen.
GEMINI 6 20'-'u -19 '153 Feb. 6,1780 Birth of Lott
while decrease associations Carey
it will lawlessness, we BORN FEB. early Negro Baptist
still have before us many, many years in BORN MAY 1.40.77.19.631 AQUARIUSBORN missionary Carey to Africa, for whom the Lott Carey -
which firm and 13th MAR. 20th Baptist Missionary convention
efficient police protection 21st JUNE -21st is named.

: will be necessary to protect us from'criminals It takes stamina. If it's not VIRGO IAN. You're inspired. Much has Feb. 'I, 1850 RIchard E. Moore first Negro to receive

: and to maint 'n order. the weather or the ups and BORN AUG. 20th FEB. 18th been written about Plsceans and commission as captain in the Illinois Nation

: Education is able to reduce crimebecause downs for business, then it's 22nd It can tw aone.uotua you or their supposed weaknesses andlimitations.could al outfit Guard was born in BrownvUle Pa. His
something else that comes up 23rd SEPT. anyone make later became the famed EIGHTH 1DfaDf' -
: it ..provides the skills for earning a livelihood should you not.This is the question try
: ', to give you a bad time, or so Love or duty? You could be that may be runningthrjftigh such a charge against the e o. 8,1947 Regiment of the State's militia.
without stealing. Yet these skills it seems. There are such factors smitten Whether it is by a the mine everytime you come Father of our Country George Sister u cpuuje ""lira,former slave from
are no good in a social atmosphere which as dissension within the Muse or a fascinating mortal across a bargain or an Investment Wahslngton? Pisceans can be as Dufur.Sucont died inS hlo.a small YW1age
'does not give the possessor the opportunity family Job or health problems not make much difference. opportunity. There are too (firm direct and persuasive as in northern Italy. She had beentakedtoltaly
of using them. demands from hlgber-upsand Either one could be the cause many favorable as well as unpredictable any especially if they have a by her owner and was freed through the in-

J A can'be educated from kindergar- social obligations to keep you for recriminations oraseoara- elements for you to burning Ideal for which to fight 9, 1870 Allen or Pope Plus x to civu courtreo. -
person on your toes when other things lion Take nouia wish University
an objective rather take any chances however brilliant you to prove ana ,ColumblaS.C.was found-
t i ten through a Ph.D. But if you don't give quiet down. its all part of We than subjective view of the mat things may appear on the tor yourself take up your mosthaiffing Feb. 9 190G
i him the opportunity to. use that education and few'of us would remain Interested ter and discuss things with the surface Approace all propositions problem and decide to let rnational] famous poet Paul Laurence

I ,; productively, then, all \hemoney: silent for long without the person most concerned your cautiously and Insist on solve U here and now. Or if died in Dayton, Ohio at the' age of 36,
excitement generated by such mate or someone pretty close an the rou are up against someone
r has been useless. Fact is, you might as customary safeguards who needs but Feb. 10, 1895
circumstances in the enviornment. to you with a purpose of finding should there be an Important convincing wo JasephC.Priceorator-educatmrtounderof
well had kept him on the relief rolls.: .' refuses to provide the chance
a basis for understanding and profitable Deal tire Lyingsto5 College Salisbury N.C. was
8 90 8813 513 on tne to make a try at it. ,
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Gamble's Organization Alpha Kappa Hake News Bishop : Cooper AHHomcesFodder's


Prospers Through Donations Day Anniversary

CHCtAGO-lDA. >A-'lbere U a church here that feeds several Cooper's Academy, 2023 Benedict Road, will be the scene of
hundred people a day, but they don't mate any money. the celebration of Its anniversary Sunday February 11.through
The meals are tree to an who and '
are hungry strangely February 14.
j. Bryant will deliver the principal -
enough'! the establishment Is financial____ holding its wont An Impressive program of appreciation address. Re will be accompanied -
five dollars.1 There are| by the The Soul Food Restaurant has been listed by by the choir and
same token, those who can only located on the city's Southwest Bishop>> Cooper for Sunday at members of St Mary's Baptist
afford to leave a quarter or fifty side,' Is run by the Rev. R.C. I p.m. Missionary L. Williams Church.
cents. Many people don't have Gamble, pastor, House of the will bring the welcome.' Dean' Rev. R.L. Rogers, president
any money and we certainly Lord Church of God In Christ., L. Jones of the school will deliver of the school's trustee board,
don't want them to feel that they ",e believe very much In the the occasion Evangelist will speak Cooper's Academy
are not welcome." adage that we are brother's Maree Washington will discuss will present the program. Presiding
The dining;room is run on f>>i hand keeper, and what we're trylngtoHo we the school's history. Elder L. James will represent *
the minister feels"that God now Is practice what we Music will be by the Academy the Apostolic Church
somehow keeps everything in preach," said the youthful and Chorus and by the choir1'of the, on Tuesday evening at 7:45..
balance and we are now running handsome minister. St. Mary's Baptist Church.Rev. The evangelist board will pre-

on Just about an even keel. We The motto of the church's > sent the program.
could certainly use more money restaurant Is:"Eat an you want; j'& I 'Holsey CME'sSpiritual Rev. N. Glover, pastor of the
to open more restaurants in leave what' you can." And,according ML Pleasant Baptist Church,
other parts of the city." to Rev. Gamble, that Is t will give: the main address. He
Donations, which are tax deductible just what keeps the restaurantin S..: j- ; c Feast, will be accompanied by members
reported Rev.Gamble, business. : choirs and workers. The
can be sent to: House of the "We have started to attract missionary board will presentthe
Lord Church of God In Christ widespread attention now and Will Be Sdnday program.

6623 South Ashland Street, most of the skeptics find that I. }
cfr A Spiritual Feastwill be
Chicago, Illinois
we indeed sincere in J.C.
are our Rey. Rogers
And tured at Holsey Temple CME
of coarse, whenever efforts to feed In this ..J : ,
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anyone .
.. .. Third and Franklin Sunday at,
you're in Chicago, yon can always city who is hungry be said. .
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get a free meaL..thatis, Af.ll1 330. AU are Invited. Choir No.
When asked If there were any I I Goes To Little Rock
U your conscience allows youto problems thdtspensingfoodona' 1 will be in charge Mrs LauraHaynes

eat and walk away without leav free-will donation basis, the Above are member of the local Alpha Kappa who were pre-' dent;: Capers G. Bradham. Dr. Hunter Satterwhlte, president; is president. ,William Rev. J.C.Rogers, pastor of
ing some small donation to keep Rev. Gamble replied "Teen- sented at the gala Installation and banquet ceremonies at Holiday Dennis Stewart, Dr. Richard D. Hunter, Wendell Holmes, Curtis Is vice-president Sunday Macedonia Baptist Church,wU1
the program alive. agers! House recently. From left, they are: Brothers A. St. George Charles Williams, and Rev. Reddlck. school begins at,9:30 with I go to the Little Rock Baptist
The Rev. Gamble has also Instituted "Teenagers seem to feel that Richardson, Etekiel Bryant, Dr. Jean C. Dwoning:, vice-presl-, Photo By A. Paul CrawfordReligion Mrs Bertha Griffin In charge, Church for service. He Is re
a paid-up bospltalita- restaurant is a assisted by her teaching staff. questing all choirs,ushersdea-
our 'hamburger
lion plan for every member of The morning worship beginsat cons. and deaconesses, and all-
heaven' for Will
themselves. Shellman
They Mrs. Ida L.
members to him.
his church along with several 11 a.m. The pastov\ Revs accompany
often In order four five
other modern doctrines that come or Dave McElvln, speak at both The church Is located at 3JJ3
and leave a dime. Arid Race
makes his congregation one of hamburgers There Is Boding that we can do Speak At Daysprina FeteMrs. services. Franklin. The public Invited
the most progressive In the na- -
about this, however,without de-
tion. moving the entire concept Ida L.Sbeumaninstruc The evangelistic clinic will be By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALCALL CALLWHITtiNGTONROGERS
the program." tor at Douglas AndersonJuniorHigh February 15 and 16. The annual
Spiritual Tea Will The restaurant, open from 7 School, will be the guest coffee 'hour will be March 10. TO ACTION FUNERAL HOME

a.m, until midnight. Is operated speaker for the annual ValentineTea The missionary Society anniversary CLEVELAND- call to Christian churchmen to '"bring InJustices -
Be With Mrs. SmallA with volunteer help beaded to be held In the dinning area of the deaconesses will to the attention of the people, to take the lead In showing -
up by two members of the of Dayspring Baptist Church te April 2L The anniversary tea communities what brotherhood really means," was made For sympathetic
Spiritual Tea wilt be held church, Mary Blandburg and Sunday between 4 and 6 p.m. District, No..3 win be on.April last week by the Rev. Ben Mohr Herbster, president United ,serviceof
in the borne ci. Mrs. Miry Ardella WWette, mother of Jut Miss Sandra Faye Bailey of Zit February U Is the anBlversary Church of Christ. Speaking at the annual assembly of the denomination distress
Small, 1552 Evergreen, for organist "Baby Face"Wlllette. West Union Baptist will be guest Day for young people. In Hotel Sheraton-Cleveland, Reb.Herbster declared Courteous attendants
the benefit of the anniversary Staffing varies from three to soloist Mrs Madeline Sermons Mrs Sallie B. Mathls will "Christian church have the potential to revolutionize on duty 24 flours
of Deaconess Board No. X of six persons and, up to this pointthere Is program chairman: Mrs. speak Mrs. FJ.Johnson U supervisor. their communities, establishing low cost housing for the poor
Macedonia Baptist Church, 1s always enough food. Gladys Crapes Is president The choirs will Join black and white to serve, you

rom J.JO to 5:JO p.m. The "Sometimes," reported Rev Sunday' school Is scheduled In their anniversary program Mrs. Mary' M. Rogers RN
culminates onSun- Gamble for Sunday at 930. Edward:: CHURCH
tnnlversary "people will eat one on April 29. FOUNDER James Crawford
day, February 25. dinner and leave a donation of Bettrone and associates will beJn Washington- LuvlUe Bobbitt In SAMUEL C. ROGERS, Joseph Baldwin
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charge. The chorus, with Provident hospital has pared the number surviving founders .
Second Baptist Church Plans James Klncben u director win I AME Church Founder born woman, who moved to the nation's capital 60 years 800 West State'Madison
sing The pastor will review. the ago and taught elementary school, was one of 22 founders
lesson At U a.m. the morning of the church IB 1912. The sole survivor of the orginal group Phone 354-7879
District Day For February 11 worship begins Choir No. 4 Will Be Honored Is Annie Barnes, who is BOW In the Gordon; Convalescent
with Mrs. W..WlWsandMrs. home. Es
District Day" will be observed at Second Baptist Church Dorothy Green at the Instruments Richard Allen founder of the Our Only lblishment-No Branches

.Sunday. Business meeting will be bald In the various homes will sing. At 7 p.m. AME Church, bis life Onus,and
Lefclonlng at 4 p.m. Activities for the day will begin with music will be by the Senior Chorus his Influence, will be reviewedIn
the Sunday school at 930. The lesson will be reviewed by Sammle L. Davis, W.... the Sunday mooing service
the Rev. James Carl Sams, pastor. Willis and Mrs. R.P.Askew at at Allen Chapel AME Church

Consecration rites for the deacons, deaconesses, ushers the Instruments. according to Rev.J.C.Baaner- FLORIDA ,STAR. Home Delivered. Now!
Other events have been listed. man, pastor.
and the choir will be at 10:45: a.m. The morning worship begins -

at II a.m. The Children and the Young Peopled Choirs a __ 'T. ... t
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will sing for the services Albert P. Henderson will be In Little Rock leftist Holds .
charge of the groups. .
One of the Youth Usher Boards o the Church will be on duty
throughout the day. Double -Adversary Service
The Baptist Training Union will be held at 545p.m.: TheevehGq
worship begins at 7 p.m. The pastor will be In chargeof Little Rock Baptist Church will be the scene,from February 11 .
the Bible period.The Sunday school officers and the teachers' to February 19, of two anniversaries, the sixty-eighth of the
Council will be at 7 p.m. Friday Bight Rev. Sams willf onduct church and the twenty-first of the pastor. Rev. wr. Mitchell
the Bibly Study. Non-mday school workers and friends are All services begin at 730.
Invited to attend the Bible Hour each evening Ministers will participate each also participate. Mrs Helen -
eight, accompanied by their official Brown will bring the welcome. ,
Arthur Cibbs will give the

Shepherd. Boys Bethlehem Will dafftendmuslcaloganlatUcns.. theme. Words of appreciation r.
will be expressed by,Anthony
On Sunday February U,ministers } '
will be Rev. C.J.Crosby, Jackson.On .
Will Celebrate CelebrateMea's Trinity Baptist Rev.J.C.Sams, February 16, Friday, Rev :
Second Baptist, Rev. G.T.MC- W.C.Neal of St. Thomas Baptist i
Call, Mt. Vernon Baptist and and Rev. Dallas Graham of
68 Anniversary Day Rev. W.Demps of Beulah Baptist Mt. Ararat Baptist win parU-
cipate. Mrs. Vera M. Draytoo
'The Shepherd Boys, under the Bethlehem Baptist Church, Mrs. Wylene Btroice Dun- *
will bring welcome, John Robert
bar will the welcome.Deacon
direction of Samuel Bryant,will win celebrate give
Sixth and Madison, -
Dunbar the words of appreciation.
celebrate their third anniver Men's Day on Sunday, Rudolph Johnson will bring : sue h
words of Mrs.
s ryatGreaterMuedonlaBap- March U.Deacon JunlousSneed appreciation. 18 win tar
Sunday, February ,
tist Church Sunday, February is chairman. Deacon Eugene Ethel Calvary and Rev. Randy : J
ture the appearance of Rev. C.
11, at 3 p.m.Others Sawyer will be cochairman.Other Heteklah of First Baptist of .DanleJ of Mt. Carmel Baptist j
will
Fernandlna Beach
services will be speak.
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services have been an-
and of Rev. Levi Green of Central -
school at Mrs. Tbelma J. Thompson) will
ual. Sunday opens
nounced. On'Sunday, February
Baptist Mrs. Maggie rI
9.30 with Superintendent Singleton 11 the Sunday school begins at bring the welcome. Deacon
Neal will bring the welcome,
Charles Russell will outline the
The morning and teachers-wershlp In begins charge.at 930. at The 11 morning a.m., with service deacons begins theme Deacon B.JjSmlm will On February night 19,,Mrs.Pastor's Theresa appreciation Yoi Doi't' Hove To MIss A Single Issue Of The STAR

? 'a. -KT45: with the deacons in charge In charge of devotions.The bring words of appreciation. Hodge will bring the welcome. .
of devotions Choirs No. 2 and Home Mission has a special Tuesday' night,, February 13, Mrs. Lucille Etel will outline
No. 4 will sing. Usher Board project for Sunday at 3 p.m. will feature the appearances of the theme Rev. J.J.Jones of
No. 2 will serve. All members District No. t meets at 4 p.m. Rev. B.F.Addisoo of St. Stephen Antioch Baptist and Rev. EX. '
< of the Rule Cook,Jr.,Missionary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Mrs. Bessie Baker Wright of Evergreen Baptist The STAR Is Cirryitg More Of The News
will give the welcome, Mrs
Society will meet with Mrs. William Mobely, ZUiW8StCOtb., Church and First Baptist of
Lula Mae Mercer the theme.
Bessie Merchant, adviser after District No. 3 and I meet at Jacksonville Beach wl lpreach.

the morning worshlpiLrs.Florence the church at 9-p.m. The BTU Deacon bring words James of Campbell appreciation.will Henry Gay will exprss appreciation. YOU Want To Read Abont..Bnt.
Brown, president of meets at 5 p.m. The evening \
Deaconess Board No. 1, will Mrfice'be&ns; at 6 p.m.: Three ministers will be pre Hostesses will be; Juanlta >'
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meet In the church wit b the "Usher Board No. 2 and the 14.sent Rev.Wednesday B.HJiartley night,will February bring Russell Little Hicks, Margaret uJ ,,.
members after the morning Adult Wilkes Annette BaconEm- don't have to neighbor1 papert
Young Choir will serve choirs, congregation and officials : You borrow your s '
service. with throughout the day. Rev. Earnest from Friendly Baptist ma Pinker, Ida Mae Ford Sarah to read about the activities in your churches,
BYPU at 5:30
The begins
Mills Hunt Easter
Williams is acting pastor. Maggie
Rev. J.C.Rocerswllleom.rrom clubs and sewing circles etc. More than
Mrs. L. Polite In charge. The Mrs Vivian Wilson Is reporter Mae Young, Annie Stephens '10,000
evening worship begins at 6.30 Macedonia Baptist and Rev. C. Mary' Ann Jackson, Susie Dixon "' homes in Jacksonville alone are having their .favorite j
A.Weaver will come from Dayspring '
with Deacon James Mel. a '
p.m. Vivian Robinson, Irene Hartiof Negro newspaper delivered Friday and. Sat. 1
BaptIst. Mrs. Curlue
ton and JeacODllncbarrl of devotions. Eleue and Mildred Thor t. 1. ,
Gay urday., Why pot ? >
Both sermons win delivered Delta Sigma .Hugher will bring the welcome. mas. '. you '
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On Thursday, February 15, '
by Rev. J.C.Rogers The anniversary theme Is

pastor in with of music.Mrs. Battle Bess 'bar Rev.will H.T.Overstreet be present Rev.of MtTa-T.R. "One World" One Lord On Mart, Hoau Delivery Of The STAR This 'Coping" Week j jJ
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Spring Fabrics Have More Doughnuts By The Dozen ,Pow Of A., Plaid


Charm...Prints (Great Women's % 1. Mp a ,


Spring '68 is an artistic deUghti Color has taken a new Impor-

tancefabrics have more diversity and prints are works of L Talk ] -
artl! No longer do children's fashions consist of the tried and '
true pinks and blues -- ginghams and calicos -- and classic r fn
styling. Cinderella's Spring Collection bursts forth with a temp- It Is Just about time for t i

ting color palette.. a variety of fabrics.,and most avantgardefechlona change of flavor In foods for
looks. family and friends. This can be

Color 44- clear and Uvely..ls ,dresses. Jackets with dresses. easily accomplished with a recipe -,

the story for Spring and the 11.fit, and flare coats shirt that makes good use of wine
colors are certainly a long way and herbs to season a relatively -
coats coats that can be worn
from last season's neonbrlghts.The with more than one dress. Jacket Inexpensive meat, ground
softened pales make news dresses re newsier., hard- beef chuck. A dry red wine,such
they herald the return .rte is California Burgundy blends
ware closed down the side,tip 8 '
romance In fashion. ped up the center, double bres- ct all the other seasonings in a del-
The color spectrum can be divided iclous way.Starting .
ted to a rfrttledl waist or an A-
into four categories; shpate skirt. # with two pounds of
L The clear brlghts (orange i ground beef and two bottles of
citrus yellow acid green hot e California red dinner wine,it is
Pink). possible to make a memorable
2. The lightened brlghts (lime dinner for eight persons. This
coral, sky blue.pink,turquoise fashions At e could be the main course served

I. The softened pales forsx d A Glance during a "Progressive
lime,baby blue porcelain pink, i Party" when three hostesses
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son peach). .By" MATTIE SMITH CAIN' divide the work. ----'l-
4. The neutrals (brown used Sherry could be served at the

with white natural t navy). Negro Designer,Louise Glkes, .4 first house. The beef loaf and
Color Is varied may very well ,with Joe Fouts, has a new ven Burgundy along with baked pot
apply to Spring ture. Dubbed "Beautiful Stuff"in atoes and salad would be ready :
sand
Sprint go
patterns, the Budget priced (f50-J100) Over a hundred years ago, a young boy U Mid to have complained at the second bouse. The guests
hand In hand This is the bios' collection, is a short tiny evenIng to Ml mother about the quality of her fried cakes: "Wh) finish the evening with port and .
somlng-est year ever. Daisy dress In white organdie and dons you cut a hole: In the middle where: it doesul ouukT" And .dessert at the third bouse. ,
prints pop up everywhere allover chocolate crepe.. Some of the so. New England tea captain Hanson Gregory U credited with The special topping that constitutes -
the Invention of the
AoralsArtNouveauprlnts duds unique evening things sell ring shaped the second part of the
cake, with a hole In Its center,
reign supreme There are exciting for $ZOO and J600ln such places otherwise known u a doughnut electric aluminum skillet.Aluminum's recipe is an elementary lesson
looks in abstracts geometries as the Fancy at Henri Ben- will excellent eliminate heat conductivity the in classic cooking. professional

dots stripes and and del Louise and Joe began with That was In 1847. Today, burning or sticking of not name Is "Duxelle" topping
sstels. $5 remnants pieced fashionably doughnuts are more than a liquids. And with Its non-sUck described by a gastronomic
Spring fabrics add to the romantic into patchwork scarfs."Furs pleasant food. They are a na interior finish the utensil will encyclopedia as a
tlonat institution I I Nationwide
aurawlspy polyester; are'going to be long... specialty shops cater exclusively be easy to clean, too. mushroom bash.Uslnetheaam.
and cotton voile, dotted Swiss, coats, capes and dresses ..In to a popular sentiment To decorate doughnut dip plum i which' the meat was
airy lino embroidery elegant Leo Hitter's custom collection for doughnuts that are flavored them In a glaze, then in the browned, mushrooms onion,
Jacquard and shiny cotton sa Ere fitted coats with un-even frosted and filled in an topping of your choice. For the pimiento and parsley are heated -

teen. Knits, are more exciting hemlines.. .In Cray Russian endless Many variety people of still ways.toppings prefer the a wide selection, make :sure chopped you nuU have 'm additional wine to'mats

than ever, the newest addition slinky .. A fish tall black homemade variety. In fact, you toasted coconut flakes, chocolate a moist and flavorful topping.
being iambic lacy crochets. grown Is In leopard. can surprise your friends and or colored sprinkles, confection Whether the loaf Is served _
Permanent Press grows with Leather "belts", along plaid have a "dunk'your own" party, sugar beads, crunched plain or with the mushroom -
'importance this season. It is Qwlged and white) coaUf Mink, using one basic 1 doughnut peppermints, and so forth. topping It will be most enjoyed I L"blorleKtg -
'more feminine and dressed up $ft Relss and Barltlo:' I recipe with a c h o I c e of top. Everyone has a weakness for if glasses of the same red Director of Publicity for Rosenan -
Brothers has forwarded three charming outfits
pings. If basest ,
you a deep doughnuts an4lt"10 much
than Dior's b of wine are served u the accompanying
ever before. Christian "y..coat fryer, don worry: use an fun to take part in the making. worn by a charming young lady, all accenting the new spring look The Pow Of A Plaid Is a
Color 1. the real girl, colorto Black Russian Broadtail, hasp beverage. In Califor voile tent dress, with smocking around the puff sleeves and a hi ruffled neckline. The Snappiest
the body for today's look 1 chln-up collar. DAFFY DOUGHNUTS nia's many wineries, Burgundy Look is a Cinderella bluer with striped stovepipe pants of all cotton and a coordinate white cotton -
Waistlines are back more most Fur dresses, with compalnlon 4 cap biscuit mix I cops eonfectlonrrt sugar, blended to the wine maker's knit top.The Prettiest Look features pink voile, a low-pleatecldrll', lace overblouse belted
often marked with a novelty coats are the in costumes, a yt cut surer sued taste. It is generally available low at the waist. These outfits are available at a large Jacksonville department store.
belt of chain, beads or bright Flash combo, by Lull Entices Vt cup milk J-i cup milk throughout the country. Ass so Photos
patent. Ruffles are everywhere for Radley-turquoise mink shift I PiP, beaten 1 rupees vanilla well liked that It Is an easy first Courtesy of Rosenau. ,

rippling> down the center of a skinny gray Russian Broadtail J4 teaspoon ground cloves Topping chopped nuts choice of wine to use, both for Super 8 Gets
New
hemline 1/4 teaspoon mace tasted coconut, sprinkle) cooking and Styling WINE
bodice, bordering a a coat, lined in turquoise mink drleking.Woaei's BEEF LOAF WITH
neckline, a Jabot or a sleeve. Pearly Indian Broadtail by yt teaspoon orange rind CHICAGO Dramatic new (Serve 6 to I)'
Shirt dresses are more Important Betty Yokova, In a tiny dress, Combine biscuit mix and sugar. Add H cup milk. egg, cloves, styling a super I movie camera
than ever buttoned coat- pleated skirt and a long-belted mace and orange rind. Stir until blended. Chill for H hour. was introduced today by 'I pounds ground beef chuck
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thick on a lightly floured 1 teaspoon garlic salt
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some tied with a four Inhand. Something new-the shirt coat Pour salad oil into an aluminum electric skillet set at J7S F. Shoes represent a sharp departureIn 1/2 teaspoon dried dill or
.. many collared ant cuffed Muriel Reades at Monarch, le, Drop doughnuts, one aa time. Into hot oil. Cook about one design from conventional aa teaspoon
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ace very much In .(close to the b dy), belted, col paper toweling and cool slightly. To make glace, ..comblneconfecUonel'l' Hive That Hey the outcome of extensive 1/4 cup drained mushroom
the fashion spoUlht<..coets and, lar buttoned down in bru.,with doughnut into sugar glace U then cup into Milk desired and vanilla Dip one aide of consumer research by the liquor
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easy moving skirt 2 docen doughnuu Softer Several unique design features 1/1 cup California Burgundy
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combine to set the new 1 tablespoon instant
camera in a style class currently / minced onion
unmatched by any other + 1/4 cup fine sol bread crumbs
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than the ne American leather.fashions Wood grain vinyl trim. mom range
Compact and recessed beyond Combine beef with wine, seasonings

for spring, as soft, Attached lens cover that
the front edge of the and bread crumbs MU
swing Into
an or
and open
sexy smashingly aU-grll closed' position. camera for added safety and lightly but well. Cover and let
MARRCQuantity EYs a collection of shoes, appareland convenience.
SUPER Recessed and protected stand l/Z hour or longer toblend
handbags u Both normal and alow
ever turned loom lea -motion
speeds seasonings. Shape into a rounded -.
are offered by
a man's bead, In a lady's di- An adjustable folding grip altering the touch pressure simply on loaf on lightly greased shallow -
with a built-in wrist strap. a motor control located on the pan. Bake in a moderately
EDGEWOOD-AVE. B. STORE With femininity taking over Carl O. Schreyer, presidentof top of the camera or by pushing hot oven (J75 degrees) about 1
the
Bell ft Howell Photo
eighr: the fashion scene, leather stylist Sales a button conveniently located hour, or until meat Is done to
.! d._?..PJEKLSUNDAY9? A.M.JO 6 .P.M. Company, Indicated "Our on the adjustable grip.
s are well In the leadre- research point up the need fora An attached lens la your personal liking. Remove
CENTER CUTPORK ports Leather Industries of A- styling. breakthrough in super tended when the camera cover U tx In loaf to serving platter and keep
merlca. Already lightened In cameras and we feel that use and when In the closed warm. Prepare topping and
the new Autoload ( ) 440 1s
r position It protects the lens spoon over meat.Mushroom .
American leathers are
weight such a camera. In pre-lntro-
now u pliant and drapeable as; duction consumer appeal teat- and trips a safety Interlock to Topping: Add i/4
shut
completely off the
CHOPS 69FANCY any fabric ready to be cut and jog the new design was judged thus preventing accidental camera exposures cup California Burgundy to pan
significantly more attractive while carrying.The \ in which meat was cooked. Stir
LB. created Into a softly gathered than competitive ones IncludedIn new Autoload (r) 440 features to gayber up all rich drippings.
skirt a buckled pump or an elegant the test and the recessed reflex viewing allowing Skim off any excess fat if meat
pouch. Textures and finishes lens treatment was preferredby the user to was not lean
better than two to one" compose through as u it should be.
"FANCY SLICED In the Spring '61 leather Photographically, the new the taking lens. It can be Boll t or 3 minutes Add one
11De-tp range from deep polish camera offer excellent feature loaded or unloaded with ease tablespoon butter, 1/4 cup finely -
because
ed smooth and lustre leathers to In the mid.price range. It It U designed to accept
chopped) onion
any super 8 film cartridge.The green two
natural waxy and aniline leathers has an II to SSmm scorn lens
new camera la an additIon tablespoons each chopped pima,
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BACON that U operated with an \Innovative
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betweet represented. Color the user to quickly and accurately of super S movie cameras and .(or chopped) mushrooms.Brlng
like the others baa the
CELLO PKC.. an Important aspect of the compose the scene. Eye (r) :- providing extremely Optronlo ..*o simmering and spoon over'
The high performance flU
new leather story is clean with meat.
len Is a result of continuing accurate and automatic exposure
out sparpness for day ear,pal | optical research and offer the settings because It measures
and glowing for evening and consumer several Important all the light coming
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1: ; Wives with outside Jobs bake just about as often as full.time Rice With That Tasty Chicken
s homemakers, says the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Tell
1" Your Neighbor"Cake Is an Ideal recipe for busy women-allow- Chicken and rich have been a lone-tima' favorite Witt most ofte
e limitless ing almost combinations "whether for Sunday dinner or other c1 ys.1A the week-
f of >' Years ago, any homemaker f moistened, placed In the plastic
'!f cake mixes., that had these two Items on the bag with seasoned coating '
Instant puddings menu certainly planned to put
mix to shake until coated evenly,
.: ,and, frostIngs cake | a little time Into the prepara- then popped into the oven to bake:
pans Insteadof lion The fried chicken alone' Just think of all of the things
the flavors meant 45 minutes to an hourat that can be accomplished while
suggested below the stove turning and ,you could turning the chicken so It would care 01lt5ell.When .
M&i: 9 r ;r fr use sugar cake' maple mix M brown and ducking from the you're done,how proudly,
and butterscotch (.splaterlng and popping grease.Of you can bring forth a platter of
Instant course, she has to keep and golden brown chicken and Fruit-
't pudding, the rice pot, to stir Flavored Rice Now tell us..,
: flake cake a+t eyeevery
;li on
: mix and now and then and make haven't things\ changed?
va
nilla Instanttern. 4' sure that the pot did not boll
.. pudding, yel over. Then came the rinsing
:. 'low* cake mix in cold water to remove the .
< and pineapple 'Y starch, next the worry about
'fI cream pudding instant, or I. keeping it hot.Hallelujah .
Those days are
almost any :Recipes!
combination l"W. gone forever, thanks to the wonderful
your imagl t people that have developed
nation sug 4< our modern day convenience
.
gests.
products. Fruit-Flavored Rice
Today's homemaker can put
together a platter of chicken 1-1/2 cups water i
$ :; Tell Your Nelctibor"Cake and rice without
hardly battingan 2 tablespoons crags-flavor I
Sk 1 package Swans Down 1 package (4-.rvlng size) eyelash. Whats; more, she ed instant breakfast drink
German Chocolate coconut Instant
cream
Cake Mix pudding can even get a little fancy with 1 tablespoon butter "
1 cup water 4 eggs her doings, forexample.brleh- 1/2 teaspoon salt
Combine Ingredients In large mixing bowl. Blend; then beat 8 ten'up the rice with fresh TOWnavors. 1-1/3 cups packaged enriched
minutes at medium speed of mixer or with wooden spoon Pour Fruit-Flavored RiceIs precooked rice.
Y into 13x9-Inch pan lined on bottom with brown paper, Bake at really and uptotheminuteidea
350* for 45 to 60 minutes, or until cake tester comes out clean '
for a side dish. Tang Instant Combine water, Instant break
,
Cool In pan 15 minutes then remove from pan. Cool thoroughly
on a rack. Frost as desired( Breakfast Drink gives the fast drink, butter, and salt In
Alternate baking panes This cake may also be baked In the rice. lust .the rjrtit-aroount of saucepan. Bring to boiL Stir
following; brown paper-lined pans a 10-inch tube pan for 60 to bright orange flavor that almoStmates In rice. Cover, remove from
60. minutes two 9x5-Inch loaf pans for 45 to 60 minutes,or three it special dish in itself heat, and let stand S minutes
9 inch layer pans for 25 to 30 minutes. Just think how easy lt can'oe' Makes 2-2/3 cups or 4 servings
t'a yja. prepared, especially if the
4 packaged pre-cooked rice is
RECIPEI! .
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r bar' Sweet and Soar Sinrc no rinsing, It's ready to serve
1 teaspoon Instant Maxwell 2 tablespoons catsup piping hot In Just a matter of
house Coffee 1 can (l-3/4oi.) pineapple minutes. Frnit-Flavord Rice with Herbs.
1/2 cup water tidbit.undrained Prepared Fruit-Flavord Rice,
1/2 cup firmly packed brown 1 medium tomato cut Into Now for the chicken, no more adding 1/2 teaspoon dried tarragon
sugar small wedges furrowed brows or worrisome
cornstarch 1 medium and to the water before boil
1/1 tablespoon aCrJrrcutIa.rr ducking dodging; seasoned
salt in coating mix for chicken takes ing. .
pepper 1 tablespoon salad oil Spicy Rice. Prepare Fruit-
all of the worry out of"frrina"
1/2 cup vinegar chicken. The seasoned Flavored Rice, adding 1/4 teaspoon -
a coating
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and popper in a saucepan Stir in coffee, then add vinegar contains a superb) blend
catsup, and pineapple. Cook and itlr over medium heat untilsauce of spices and shortening and boiling
is thickened, Lightly MuU tomato and green pepper In oil. comes with its own shaker bag. GENERAL FOODS PRODUCTS
Add to the thickened aauce Serve with or over fried shrimp, Just follow package directions- USED Tang Instant Breakfast
a >aa t ..... roast pork, pareribi, or ham. Makes 1-1/2 cups sauce. chicken pieces only have to be Drink Minute Rice


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Black Politicians Grow Poitier Plans Home Film Interoma Marina For Miami


In Number And VarietyJACKSON Will Cost About $8,000,000MIAMI

< 'Miss.-{(NPI>-a has become the "In" thine in ; + rtrI' Victor A. Lundy, Internationally known architect,
city after city: Black candidates are running for offices previously will design the $8 million Interama Marina to be built at theInterAmerican
for whites- only. Trade and Cultural Center here, it was announced

Two candidacies are particularly emphasized, however, that she today by Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock Company vice:
big news: Charles Evers' is not a militant In the image of -president Lester Johnson.
campaign for Congress from .SNCC Chairman H. Rap Brown, The easy shiftiness that bypassed making lure.that all the ribs
Mississippi and Hulan Jack's as she advocates "construc fit is fast away and fit match at seams and notchesfor
decision to run for New York live," rather than "destruc- again becomes important to a ,professional look, by
assemblyman from Manhattan.The tive" measures. "the look". So pull in that lazy careful placing of the pattern
two campaigns came In the The same desire for Congressional relaxed waist and prepare to pieces before you cut. Another
wake of Dr. Reginald Hawkins representation was -' belt again. "bit" fabric this Spring is gabardine -
h efforts to become the first black found In Cleveland, where black : &. Does this news raise specters as everyone who Is up
governor in North Carolina history voters make up one third of th( of costly alternations in your on fashion knows. For best

and plans to elect Negro city's electorate. mind?Visions of waistlines that results, say the Singer Is experts -
mayor in Pittsburgh, as well asa hit yon in the wrong spot. trat gaberdine like a napped -
drive to get another Congress.man 900 New York f, There's a way to end all that. fabric and place all the

from Ohio.Meanwhile 1 Sew your own waisted fashion. pattern pieces facing the same
a Negro minister, Welfare Moms .Z Thaf the sure wwy to good fit direction when you cut your fabric -
the Rev. L.L. Anderson, has Singer sewing experts point out .
qualified to run for mayor of that you can lengthen or shorten Versions of the new waisted
Selma, Ala, in the cltys Democratic Are Given WorkNEW widen or narrow a waist looks are in all the pattern selections -
primary to be held .j1- line by altering the pattern before right now and new
In March. TOOK (NPI>-The city you clt into the fabric. Spring fabrics are springing up
Reverend Andersoopastor of has put 900 welfare mothers to If s a comparative simple mat all over the sbops..so get set,
Chrnch, Is the first black candi work in an effort to lighten the ter of slashing and spreading sew for Spring while the cold
date to seek the mayor's office burden of dependency and pot W f or folding and shortening the winds are still blowing and
In Selma, remembered for are erty. 'vlthS>; ++ s; pattern pieces, according to emerge U your new small-

civil rights demonstrations I Offlcllals, aiming to employ your own measurements. And waisted fashion self when shed-
few years ago 40,000 mothers, voted that of course you can do any other your-coat weather comes along.
In Chicago Mrs Estelle L 780,000 New Yorkers are now on needed alterations on the pat- .
Stovall, a Westslder, Is in the reyef. Eighty per cent of the new .. tern at the same time. Do take *

race for Congress from the cases are mothers with child' this extra step and assure goodfit Miami ShortsMIAMI
Seventh District: white state ren under 18. instead of trying to alter

Senator Richard: New house is The mothers are offered Job: j'.;.., .' s after you have cut and stitched BEACH FLA.-Every
,
being talked op as a Congressional training, counseling and educes ,,, 0 <. : : :. your fabric, when frustration nesting season, JanuaryJune-
candidate from the Sec tion. Then they are encouragedto ',:' is likely to set in. waters around rookeries the.
nod District go to work at Jobs that may More than likely you'll be Everglades National Park are

Should the two challengers, not pay much but nevertheless : .. using a new ribbed fabric this placed off-limits sports fish
Illinois would hate three black keep them out of dire poverty.For ; ,:: : Spring because ribs are so very ermen. Egrets, ibis, roseate
Representatives in Congress a mother receiving $52 a : "in", like the knitted onw shown spoonbills and other birds that
more than any other state; week in relief checks, another Sidney Poitier, on a recent visit to his home In the Bahamas, mien Plndllng, Progressive! Liberal Pary man,are good friends Singer sewing experts have a tip live in the park don't like man
Michigan is currently the lead $66 a week in take-home pay lathe revealed that he will make a film built around homecoming Poitier was born on Cat Island. Bahamas News Bureai Photo for sewing ribs for you. Treata Intruding in their family life
er with two, and Ohio seeks to dlfferencebetweendespera- Polder Is building a home In the Bahamas and will do a film by John Phillips.on pronounced rib Just as you and the park It for birds first,
Join by adding another Negro in tion and modest existence. New .Prlvldence or on the Out Islands. Poitier and Pre- would a ctrloe.- they advise. anders second
Washington. One of the biggest problemssuch
Mrs. Stovall running on the mothers face is a pattern Miami Beach $100,000 Golf Tournament
The Races
slogan, .Let'. get militant of dependency and failure which Diahann Carroll At
black votes in Congress" She is hard to break. Has Rare Fruit :r. 'T
Opens March 7 For 72 HolesMIAMI 3 : '

Your professional beautician Tree From BrazilMIAMI BEACH FLA.-Add a $100,000 golf tournament the \.. ""

knows the answer... BEACH FLA.-One of many events awaiting the Miami Beach visitor this season .., .. .". .
be rarer fruit trees In Miami Doral ;
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Beach gardens is the Eugenia The Open, sponsored by trkal notables in the Jackie "
the oceanfront hotel at its mainland -
Can hair be damaged ombeyl, and Introduction from country club resort com-. Cleason pro-celebrity beat
your off the .r-- '
rasU. The tree Is a small wrcl ball competition kicking
pier will go for 'IZ boles

from brushing alone? evergreen mall, delicately bearing flavored clusters fruit of 7-10 Forty, with top professional a pro-am March will team 6. regular Doral tourney.The Open. first was /

from March to August staged in 1962. Doug Sanders is
with business, sport and thee defending champion and also
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural holds the tournament record of t11
'' elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals Improperly 274. Final two days of the tour
'I used, also take their toll...not to mention simple attempts it- ''ncrnmmll: ; Uldl IS ney will be broadcast in color !
,I at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of via Sports Newtwork affiliates
I natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15% DO W" nationally.

dull looking hair. SHELL'S CITY (awls Lai11. Meanwhile, February vacationers -
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles I N.W, 71a Ars a salt sT have an elaborate midwinter ,

actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of.the hair -a _:.Ia'JI.&f.U: programs of night club
that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians and legitimate stage produc
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition Beauty Pack Treat. lions, thoroughbred and grey4hound
mentor overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage racing concerts and sailing
leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition Is an easy-to* events suDerlmposed on this
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical Fwort ox ,.*... PMONK ex i-oi.t"A subtropical area'a ill-year ...

straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been ijvift* ...v... Pen TMB LJVIM*"' fishing swimming and sightseeing -
previously relaxed. condition Is the ultimate in repairing deep. Stage and screw star Dlahann Carroll presents Mrs. Orates Adamson
down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers, RANG FUNERAL HOME "Die Fledehnaus," with Internationally (right) with a trophy after her horse, LU Joe, won a race held at Hobby Horse Hall race track
hairdressers turn to new Clairol' Hair Dew.-the lotion conditioner 787 N. W. 17TH AVCNUB famed artists here. Jerry Grant, sales manager of the Paradise Island Casino, is on the left. Miss Carroll is
that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant singing the leading roles, will starring In the Casino's L, Cabaret Theatre.Jockey Lesley Johnson is up on Lil Joe. Race season -
When beautician Clairol M. ATHAUB NANIM N. PTftic HANOIApNC
conditioner. applied regularly by your be presented in >tlami Beach continues until April 19 every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
.<.... wauNxR
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives glowing new look to ..,
", l.SCT..N FUN.,", ....m.. auditorium February 2L Sym
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. concerts areshceduletfin
phony Plan
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. the same building Feb. 15, 'ENTERTAINMENTHUES Iowa Citizens
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other March 10 and 12. An automobile
causes that all human hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized Announcing The Grand Opening.Of show is in the Miami Beach conventional Picnic At BiscayneThe
periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask I hall February 16-21, Iowa Annual Picnic will
this expert to check the condition of your hair. and -Holiday on Ie." exhibits & CRIES be February 15 at 10851 Cutler
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. J.n, JJaltl here March 1117.Bluewater Road and on Biscayne Bay,next

C CUIral Inc.1M7 Court/Cilirolinc. MM to the Fairchild Gardens with
Wioj, Wiglets & WIG FASHIONS sailors have By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL the slghteelng trains. This will

Southern Ocean Racing Con- be the third affair. For turner
ference events in the Miami- information call John ILHeilig,
PLAYBOY STAR
Switches Mo Money A West End race Feb. 13, followed Miami 9455457.Roy .

691-7661 by the Lipton Cup off Miami CHICAGO (NP0-Swinging singer Samlto Joe was a big success -
Beach March 2 and the Miaml- CharlesIs
Down 'USPaWeek' at the Playboy Club during a limited engagement which
'Nassau March.For small
race ended last week. A naturally talented performer, Miss Damito
tI'fr boat man skippers Mid-Winterjhmptmship! the Flying Dutch- is especially adept at Improvising upon song tunes. Playboy'sHall

will be sailed in lilscayne Bay GLOOMY ENDBUDAPEST
.A, '' Ii Tli I.T. trait Feb. 23-25 and the Snipe Mid- Of Famer
ra4 3, Winters March 23.
Stins NP1 The overtones of the old hit
lipiitiut The big ones are Just ahead Hungary-( >- song
carried to ironic conclusion last Ray Charles has been named
a
i. nll\lr\ .at Hialeah. where the Wldener "Gloomy Sunda) were ,
author of the dlrgelike to the "Playboy Jars
reek, when Rexsoe Sores, Hungarian Magazine
will be run Feb. 17 for a $100
Mall, Florida 000 purse followed by the $75,, tune, committed suicide at the age of 69. The song, introduced Hall of Fame." At 37 years is
At a in English in America by Paul Pobeson popularly recorded the youngest member Joining
000 Turf Cup Feb. 14 the $50
!titJQIEt Hill 377-3M5 000 Black Helen Feb., 28 and, by the late BUlie (Lady Day) Holiday, was blamed for per Frank Sinatra, Louis Arm

March I, the $100,000 Flamingo oft a wave of suicides during the 1930s (depression) Count strong,Basle.Duke Ellington, and

for three-year-olds.
In Miami Beach auditorium the CONCERT STAR

University .Miami. basketball Sammie Davis
Johnnie. Ann's -' scheduled Includes Crelghton CLEVELAND-(NPI)-Actor-comic Bill Cosby will take time
out from his "I Spy" television role to star Sunday, January
.Feb. 24 ant Florida State March Will Manage
the Music HalL Cosby is "Scotty" in the
1, while the St. Louis Hawks 19, in a concert at
ShoF iii Center dual lead with actor Ray Cotp in the television show.
play the New York Knickerbockers Sonny Liston
Feb. 19 and the Bar.Jem -
? ( ; M nGds,alccr uit i play_theNewlorkKnickar. KUP'S FRIENDS According to a news release
kersFeb. 29 and the Har- columnist this week Actor-Singer Sammy
Sun-Times
newspaper
lem Clobtrotters take the court CHCAGO-NPI-Cblcago .
Davis will
Irv Kupclnct, better (known to his readers as Just plain "Kup," manage Sonny Liston,
t th MR 01 6UUJJtMW uU. March 13. was honored with a banquet marking his 25 years as a columnist former heavyweight champion
The Baltimore Orioles
2994 N.W. 46ft 51. open several Negro who has received a license: to
and among his many trelnds atmedlng were
spring training in Miami sta- box in California Liston is 35.
track stars Jesse Owens
celebrities. Two were former Olympic
arum across the bay late this Cassius Clay toppled Listonfrom
Metcalfe whose friendship WWI"KuIf'dat i back to
and
Ralph ,
month, launch a 12-game"home the throne In 1964 and
the days when the columnist was a sports writer. Owens nowa
stand there against Grapefruit
kayoed him in the first round of
BrQceriesMeatsYegetablesBtH councilman from the
Metcalfe Chicago city
disc a
Jockey ,
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League opponents March 10, a return.match in 1965.
Also, Just across the bay in 3rd Ward.
Bayfront auditorium the South
Florida Orchid Soclety/s! international WITTY WIT GIVE TO l
"When service begins end encl wit is wide thai t FIGHT
never show will be held Feb. NEW YORKThe scope of Bill Cosbys so
t WINE 10.60 23-26. Lone recognized as one he can treat any subject effectively. This he demonstrated a!t : .
Three; (locotions to serve YOU: of the major exhibits of Its;type Philharmonic Hall last week when he regaled wee audience I'

in the world, the show is one of with his comedu versions of the Bible stories of the Gardei 1 MS
MiMl Opl, \ Otliiirr visitors. Cosby took his audience on a "uprorlous" verbal tow r. ,
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President Johnson Announces New Program Negro AthletesAre Harry B. Warner, President I


n '1' :: ; Rating Low Insists On Progressive Move $

t AKRON Ohio-The B.F. Goodrich Company last week told

1 *r 7 3,000 members of its management that It expects and needs

., ... .. I In ScholarshipScholastic their active cooperation "to complete the Job of eliminating
f Ii "
: ; ; discriminatory practices throughout the company
In a letter tn managers \ .:. 'n
: ability; not race, is throughout= -the company, President amrmea its position oy joiningthe
keeping Negro athletes from Pr'ldents' Plan for Progress -
Harry B. Warner.sald::
I ut
getting into Southeastern Con- In 1963.
"Many members of manage-
ference Schools is the opinion Goodrich Last year he said the com-
ment within B. F.
} of Dr. Stephen C. CCConnell have taken positive and effec- pany became one of the first to

president of the University of tive steps to eliminate prejudice appoint a manager of equal employment
Florida. opportunity on Ito corporate -
in decisions Involving
The former Supreme Court staff.
and
hiring, placement advance
,t Justice and athlete said he is "It is clearly In the interestof
ment of our people."It .
g41 sure that Florida football Coach is possible however, that the country as a whole that

i il .fr Ray Graves Is not deliverately some managers have not done so our society accomplish what-
bypassing Negroes. Dr. OCon- to date. The purpose of this ever changes may be requiredto
nell further emphasized that provide equal employment
notice Is to re-emphasize that
the Negroes who have been able discriminatory practices will opportunities for all," Warner
to meet entrance -
university requirements
not be tolerated within the com
have not been at- said.U.S.

letes. He said, "Coach Graves pany.Warner pointed out that B.F. High Court
knows that he would be wasting
Goodrich has made very sub-
l his time to try to recrulte a Rejects Idea
;, couldn't stantial progress In providing
Negro athlete who getInto
school. equal employment opportunityto The United States Supreme
all with respect to hiring and Court this week rejected an appeal -
Porter Fortune chancellor
Dr. ,new -
advancement practices and that of who
of the University of Miss by a group Negroes
continued progress Is essential contended racial discrimination
issippi revolced Dr. OConnell's -
statement., SEC rulesare He said the policy on avoiding was Involved In the routing ot a
discrimination has been stated of Interstate highway -
portion an
higher than those at the University -
for mannear.1n the company's through a predominantly
of
Mississippi.
I 4\ Principles and Objectives manual Negro district In North Nashville -

; and that B.F. Goodrich re- Tennessee.





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Johnson announced the beginning of a. new program to provide health assistant FHA t:commissioner; Milton Bankot,deput chief,Nursing comes and
housing for the elderly poor. Seated, left to right are Mayor Walter Related Facilities Branch Public Health Service; Dr. James Nabrit, president

I. ; Dr. Lionel F. Swan, president of National Medical Association; Pre- of Howard University; Dr. Mitchell Spellman, acting project director. National
; Secretary of HEW John W.Gardner;Secretary of HUD Robert C. Medical Association; Thomas Fletcher Deputy. Photo Courtesy Washington Post

are Robert Cantrell,assistant tothe Mayor; Carter McFarland,
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Dr. James Habrit Newark Cites Hero Kellogg Gives $500,000To


Announces Grant Meharry Medic SchoolA c

$500,000 grant from the W.K.Kellogg Foundation to Me- fiNgn

Crispus AttucksNEWARK harry Medical College has been announced today by Dr. LloydC. -y ; A

rr Elampresldent of the college.

N.-Newark, scene of racial dlstrubances last.ummer.hu The five-year grant will be applied toward Meharry's expan-
become one of the first cities In the nation to ale program In the basic sciences--the courses which are

declare officially a school holiday In recognition of an American taught during the firs two years of the medical and dental \ ?

Negro historical figure. school. r1111r1s'
In announcing the grant, or. The
disorders and diseases.
Ton (Board of Education voted '
Negro and that these Individuals"are Elam said "The Kellogg grant .
goon-to-be-build comprehensive
$-Z to declare March 9 as
1oot.1nc'for something to
makes It possible for us to secure hea1thearecenterwWprovide
Crispus Attucks Day and said Inspire the m and to build their
faculty and begin renovations to .
low-cost health care
schools will be closed yearly "
self-image. basic tothe
for our graduate residents of NorthNasbU1e.
some 30,000 .
on that date.Attucks Stanley A. Stolowskl, one of We '
sciences curriculum. are "
and the comprehensive Smooth Canadian
the first Negro to ,
was two board members voting
leased)} to receive this will also
very child care enter
'Lf be wounded fataUy during the against the proposal, s a I d 'grant because we believe that low-cost care for needy Seagram's.
; asa .Boston Massacre In 1770. "while I believe this Is basically \ provide
the educational distinction ot a
The request for creating sucha a'good proposal 1 feel It'' medical school Dot determ'Ul-..,children in the area. cuMD*e WNIM-i ate M UUCIU WMISUU.ear IM|WJ MI loop MIMUI HSIIUUI COHPM.I vs.

holiday came from the Cris discriminates against other e4 by Its special programs but

pus Attucks Society. groups." by the quality of the core science

the In board a resolution the society submitted slattS that to core programs.sclnece By program supporting the Kellogg this- BOLDEN'S COLLEGE ADULT CLASSES

It there "Is an unquestioned need Ten Mississippi Foundation Is helping us
for and dignified
building a respected all
of
to Improve the quality
image among the schoolchildren STARTING FEBRUARY 13
of our programs. .
of Newark who are of White Men Go To chairman
Jr. -
Victor S. Johnson ,
Dr. James M. Nabrit, presi- African descent and constitute Board of
dent of Howard University an a majority of the school popula- ot Meharry's ,
Al-
Bounced recently the grant of tlon." Jail For Murder Trustees and president of
'Inc. said
landin Industries ,
the Vivian! Beaumont
11,400.000 by Board President Harold Asnby
Allen Foundation for the said the school population of HATOESBURG Miss.-Ten "We are very pleased that the
expressing, Intangible
foundation! are
medical schooL Newark Is about 71 per cent 'men were Jailed last week on their confidence irt
ways
murder and arson charges
in the of the
new
from the 1966 fire programs
Louisiana Lawmaker Says stemming school and In potential of the
bomb killing of a Negro civil! school to develop activities of

rights leader Vernon Dahmer. excellence In meeting today's

I Arrest, Was A Powder KegNEW .leader They Included recently a honored Laurel by civic his educational and social problems -,
,While many of the programs :
ORLEANS-pl-PoUce called it an!S'honest mistake;i hometown Jaycees a state Ku are focused on present t% '
The was lucky a race riot Klux Klan chieftain and a lawyer -' +v
but the damage bad been done. city day problems the long range
who showed to represent
ow not occur. dinner in honor or LouisianaGovernor clients arrested up earlier then plans of the school are geared
,
These were sentiments voicedby McKelthen. to developing programs which
Ernest N. Mortal, the first was Jailed himself. will form a basis for the study
In the state Issued -
black man elected to the LouIs- indictments and solution to"future problems.
iana legislature In this century NAACP Wants secretly by the five Forrest The Kellog grant plus earlier
men
County grand Jury
following his arrest on what grants make up about 40 per- .
with murder and
were later found to be trumpedup Night Riders were charged vent of the non-federal money
and five others were
charges. arson charged with arson. needed for one phrase of the Register Toe, Thar Fri. 8 To 10 P.M.
Decounclng the police's "bad Meharry expansion program.
Judgment," the representativeelect ApprehendedRICHMONDVA.The The white men were accused According to Elam, the college
1906 attack
of the January 10, ,
said the Incident could is still looking to the communityto COURSES OFFERED '
have resulted in a race riot if with firebombs tear gas and provide a portion of the financial ,
other persons bad been in- NAACPs 88 branches in Vir- bullets on the home of Vernon F. support for the programs.

volved.He ginia are united in demanding Dahmer near Hattiesburg 'Meharry Medical College Is

said be was fortunate to be that the United States Justice shortly before dawn. said to contribute more than $6
able to be released quickly because Department and Connor Mills Despite the flames Dahmet million annually to the Metro

people of might his position have been,but left other in apprehend E.Goodwin,the Jr."Night Investigate\ Riders"of and shot creating back confusion at his that attackers allowed; economy coming with $3 from million outside oftbatunount I Hospital Aide Class I Cashier Sales Clerk Class

his wife daughter and two sons
jail under similar circum- Bedford County who have Tennessee.The .
stances. burned crosses and fired upon to escape.Dahmer died In a hospital colleges' community ser-

According to Mortal, this kind the homes of Negro residents of burns. He bad been a vice programs include free
the last 60 days.W. leader In a Negro voter registration -
of treatment could make trouble there during health screening for all typed
in New Orleans which has not Lester Banks.state.NAACP drive. cancer as well as for eye

which experienced swept Northern the kind cities of rioting last Govenor executive and secretary the Justice told Department the- k Ilslliess Mallagelllelt Class [,* gTeachers' Coiirs.

summer. that "local police authrl- YOU'DON'T HAVE TO. 60 TO TOWN TO GU

Mortal told newsmen that be ties are either unable or unwilling -

and Henry B. DJoie executive to pursue Investigations
to the arrest and conviction LOW PRICESDRUG
leading
of the Louisiana Weekly news- TRAIN FOR
for
of those responsible
paper, along with two otter men,
were standing In front of his these dastardly acts of vio STORE NEEDS And Clinics And Dentists Offices
home talking, when a police car lence. Hospital Doctors
that Jan. 13 rifle "
drove and one officer told He relates on
up
them to "break it up and move and shotgun blasts were aired Trade with Your N elgbborbood Drug StoreWE *
ilm ." into .the station wagon owned WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL Nursing Homes-Private Patients

When be objected, Mortal was by Rev. W.LJohns president'd 'PAPERS. We deliver. We also fill ell Doctors Prescrip

told "You can't talk on the the Bedford County Branch,
streets.: Ordered into the but as late as Jan. 19, the deputy ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

police car. Mortal and Dejoie' time sheriff to make reported an initial he had Inves not tions.Dixie John H. Bolden. president, B.S. M.S. M.Ed. ED.S. Bertha M.
of
were booked on charges refusing obscene Pharmacy B o Ide n. Vice president B.S. Elzie L. Johnson Dean of the
and using
to move on Prior to that on Dec. 30, outlets Faculty B.S. N. A. E. Whitfield, Registrar B.S. Rebecca Y.

The language.ntatlve-elect also were fired Into the borne of Thompson Head, Hospital Aide Dept. RN. Richard L. Bolden,
ROAD
was accused cursing\ and asking Sim Toliver from a moving car, 1302 KINGS AT.MYRUE Administrative Asst. B.S.Bolden's.
admonished
1
but county police
"Otis Is a police
whether
state." the victim not to publicize the PHONES ELGIN 5--5597-9B
Incident even though they are
College
later
were
Mortal, and Dejoie
bullet foundin
the in possession of a
released from Jail through .
intervention of City Councilman his home. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND .' .
In November 1967, a cross
John Petre who termed the 1816 W. 20th Street
was burned In front of the Bedford !
unjustified.

arrests.N competely Fimderal Home in Bedford I ,I ..." <. ,,, .
owned by Mr. p; Registrar 3566465I ;
Mortal, an attorney bad Just which Is partly .TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE

returned from a $l -a-plate Johns.



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I ** ** ** Willie Mays Signs For $125,000 For Sixth Consecutive Year ** *.* *. :




Greatest Right Handed ,Home Courier Honors Homeboys Vikings Beat l6tf 6toFc


Runner Avoids Coaching TalkSAN Anderson High kt'


FRANCISCO-Willie Mays, San Francisco Giant, signed, arm aEwErnx
last week a contract for $125,000 the sixth contract signed And Hold Lead OWM.

In his illustrious career. The super star,who suffered a streakof WINTERANGLING'\
adversity during 1967, was one of several others who broughtto t l Raines High School Vikings Even though lakea and riven
a total of $300,000 a mammoth package deal. beat Douglas Anderson last are frozen and mow coveredIn
L U \ week by a score of 69-63,maintaining the northern climes, fishermen
Mays, said 10 be we great signee said "I believe Mayscan a record of 6-6 In the having an urge to flex
est righthanded home run hitter bounce back. And If he hasa basketball field. Raines used a their casting arms can still do
In baseball will enter the so and have fun In the process
man-to-man defense
normal year and if some of the throughoutthe
1968 season with a career totalof For the angler who received
564 second to Babe other guys also bounce back we game rod reel for Oirlst-
Rught's'U4. / a new or
can win the I I e Major Hill and Jerry Ramseyled
This will be his eighteenth pennant. mac, here Is a suggestion from
Mays would not his interest the Vikings and were helped -
verify the fishing experts at Mercury
season as a Giant. His slow-
in by Sylvester Kennedy Kadel outboard for the"feel
down of 1967 attributed coaching. He said, In- T I I getting
was to
answer to questions, "I feel i!I 'Brown had 14 points topaceAni or the new equipment before
sore influenza
muscles and
right now that I can play ball derson. Richard Hicks threw In that first spring ontlng
general exhaustion. He has hada i Place a bushel basket in the
13. Officials Durham and
and I instruct I were
can help other
complete rest and i Is in fine Witte yard or driveway approximatelyfifty
fettle. guys anyway while I am play- I more.I feet away Using s rubber

Charles Feeney vice president Ing." practice plug, try casting it Into
lEIM illI! I FAMU Rattlers'Shoot the basket. When you can
of the Giants averred that The Cool of TlifcveryNEW *- tnt. plop" the plug In the basket
Mays has become the first player 'x consistently, reduce the sin
YORK On
in history to receive more stolen lasses an (ucrageday in the % |! -In Gives of the target by substituting a
than $100,000 for six straight property pall The target can continue
United States amount lo almost Ik;; 119s to be made smaller by IUbsU-
seasou.
Willie McCovey another $7 million, lay the Insurance I- i t Team Victory toting a gallon can, quart can,

.
Information
InstituteIji1 5: TALLAHASbtt:; FLA.The etc.If the entire family happento

t Florida MM Univeslty Rattler be anglers, heres another

q'irtii ; basketball team has come upI winter to activity delight one that and Is guaranteed all '
with a new fad. It called a
I; Have the kids trace outline
shoot-in on the FAMU campus, of fish In the snow In various
DId it looks as If Its going to sections of the back yard makIng .'
i1 last until basketball season is sure the outlines are as
HI I over. close as possible to actual due

The Rattlers won their seventh Each member of the family
-_ game In their last eight outIngs then take turns to see who
11)) can come closest casting the
with 105.87sic-
/ recently a plug right In front of these outlined
tory over Fort Valley State Col "tankers"

lege.It Non.fishing neighbors may
was alsd the eighth time In peer quizzically out of their
windows, but In addition to
S ------- the last nine games that they
being a fine winter pastime,
"HOMEBOYS"-Famed Robert L. (Bob) Hayes (second from during the oft-season, Is a member of RC Cola's marketing had scored 100 points or better. these activities are also great

'left), smiles broadly as be offers xigrntulatioatothree of the team. Left to right are: Major Hazelton, Bartow Florida Averaging 99.9 points a game practice, and practice Is ,the
four Florldlans who were In Pittsburgh recently to be cited for ALMS I John Eason, a repeater from the 1966 team, Ocala, also the Rattlers now have a 7-6 one sure way of developing
being named to the New Pittsburgh Courier's 1967 Ail-American at Florida A&M, and Edwin Tomlin, Ocala, Hampton Institute. record after losing their first casting skills
football team. The gala occasion was Jointly sponsored by Royal Hazelton was cited"back-of-the-year..''Each of the honorees five games and is 3-1 In conference Not only does the skilled

Crown Cola Co., Columbus, Ga., and The New Courier. Hayes received a plaque and a personalized watch. play. fisherman catch more get fish more, say strikes the Mercury and

lads bat he also gains a
1 FAMU's Hazelton Is Back certain amount of pleasure In
1 Cookie Gilchrist Cubs Sign Ernie Banks Top making accurate casts.

I 1 f i Instead of bemoaning the
I fact that the favorite fishing
Becomes Consultanl t I For $65,000 For 1968 waters are frozen and snow
covered use the time to get

Cookie Gilchrist has quit foot Chicago Club Ernie Banks signed his fifteenth contract last ready. for that first rice out"
ball. He will be a consultantwith week for Known Cub eta,
$65,000. u Mr. ,he came from the Kansas
'the Broncos and a scout IS' City Monarchs In 1953. In 1958 and 1959 he was named as the
well. He suffered a knee Injury. National League's Most Valuable Player as a record breaking A&T Takes On

slugging shortstop.

In recent years Banks has tops all Cubs homer records Two Basketball
shifted to first base and had
a now having a career total of 442.
fine year In 1967. In 1967 Banks In September of last year h Teams And
led the Cubs to a third place ,
Banks played his 2,101st game
Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans finals In the National League.tbe and became second in service

O ;. ..- first time then had been la the the NL. He hold the league record Defeats Both
league since 1946. He chipped
for grand slam homeraiDa
i In with a ,276 batting average season, five In 1955. He tops GREENSBORO, N.C.Astroac
A&T bench last week sparked
best since 1661 drove In 95
; all major leaguers with total of
., :t ". "; runs, and belted 27 homers He 10. This season be will step to the CIAA Aggies victories to two Veteran Important Carl

.. the bat for the eight thousandth
Hubbard and freshman Jimmy
I llESSIN.S! IlESSIIU
time
r .) Staggs combined for 48 points

The man born with the gift to lead AIT past Shaw, 9S-64
f Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon Pentagon Warns Monday night.
lI Georgia. Is through God Two nights earlier in Char-
L .; that I can remove all evil conditions Athletes About lottee N.C. The Aggie crashed

some questions you may Lt Johnson C, Smith, 85- J.AJtTs .
wish to kJl w. wlnpver the Bears was

NY Track MeetThe the seventh straight .for the
; DO YOU NEED MONEY? surging Aggies. ALIT valuted
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?: Pentagon has warned that
'I CAN MY HUSBAND STOP members of the armed forces Major Hazelton, Bartow, Florida, star defensive back with Into a 35-10 lead midway the
first period and was never
DRINKING and service academies Invited Florida AIM University Rattlers during the 1967 football sea
I! : \ t ? as Individuals to participate In son, was honored as inter-collegiate "back-of-the-year by threatened after that
'CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RE-
r TURNED? the New York Athletic Club Royal Crown Cola Company, Columbus, Ga., and The New Staggs, who played high school
Pittsburgh Courier at the fourth annual All-American ball In Philadelphia hit on 10
Dinner
1 ,: trac meet must decide for themselves
t of 14 Jump shots and five of five
hosted the two
0I whether to do recently by organizations In Pittsburgh Making
They call me the (Rootman). so.
f free throws for points.Play-
I ',0 But I am only a servant of God. The February 16 sports meet the presentation to HaseltonIsHarrySStepbensJr., manager, maker Hubbard added M point*
special market activities Central Zone
IL because God Is the answer to baa been a subject for boycotting RoyaTCrown" Cola
&i Soapy Adams 20 and
; ill life's probelms. I am the for some time, since someNep'o Company, Chicago, Illinois Crown beD. 13 points and 14 rebou..
Royal Photo Chuck Smith
athletes contend discrlmlnary -
I KInd -
of all Day Prophet. Send 0 The Aggies played one of thetr'.
; for my special selected Bible practices have been finest games of the season( fa

verses To be read on SPECIAL used Six Straigh it Victories romping past the Golden Bulls


DAYS.Send a self-addressed,stamp. Wilt Chamberlain Put FrazierNEW Nearest Clay In For Charlotte.second straight time. It

t .j ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible was ATs superior bench

.....,,,.<....a verses and spiritual Messages Changes To Assists YORK-JUng Magazine, has named heavyweight Joe strength that provided the margin
You
will receive Bible
16 bra tuna verses Frazier Us FighteroftheyeaThe r for 1967.champion.. of victory. Vernon Walker
b>y return mall. Wilt Chamberlain led the sports ragcited Trailer's and freshman Staggs combined'with

SEND TO 1776ers to a score of 131-121 six straight victories, five of Clay's crown has veterans Soapy Adams Ted
Matthew Alexander Henson ((1866-1955)) Rev. Roosevelt Franklin I over the Detroiters last week, them knockouts during the past been 3oxing taken Association away by because the World of Campbell to pace the. Aggies In

630 Morrow Avenue pacing high the making of as year as primary reasons for his scoring
Macon, Georgia 31301 I his refusal to serve In the armed A&T to
sists. Chamberlain made 21 as selection begam shake the Bulls
I specialize In all case work sists. This was a record for the Ring lists Frazier as the No. forces. midway the first period. Staggs
Phone areacode.: 912-745-6475. the 1 challenger to Casslus. Frazier fights Buster Mathls entered the game at 10:49 with
NBA for year. Clay .
The first man to set footon I I whom It still recoenlze: as for the New York version Madison of theheavyweight the Aggies ahead, 16-13. lie
in

the top of the world. QuarryEllisFight Square Garden crown March. 4.Mathls promptly straight Jump connected shots and on added five
is listed No. 10 in the Ring
two free
throws as the Aggies
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENO
heavyweight ranking.
raced to a 40-27 halftime lead.
WAITING-CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOTI! To Net Ring also called the first middleweight Walker a '6-6 beffy transfer

The signs of a true adventurer showedup to the Pole and fast, since a number of 67 BUICK WILDCAT .$3195 championship bout' student, came up with his best
.J' early in the life of Matthew Henson.At nations were vying for the claim. LEATHER ''JUST LIKE MEW,' between Nino Benvenutl and performance of the season. He
the ripe old age of thirteen, Henson Matt Henson was the man. Trudgingthe 66 BUICK WILDCAT 2-DR HARDTOP ,. $2795. Player $125,000The I, .Emlle Griffith Its fight of the topped the Aggies with 17polnU
shipped cabin boy schooner last painful miles recording obser AIR !: Benvenutl
out as on a 66 mtiwm' smbwm'&u year. outpointed and 16 rebounds and was especially -
bound for China. vations and calculating a true course, CONDITIONED, Mu" """'vl Quarry-Ellis heavyweight Griffith for the crown but later valuable In the second
1 When he returned to Washington, Matthew Alexander Henson became the 65 pOTlACrRA PRIX . .$2295 fight will net each fighter lost It back to Griffith. The two period when Campbell got In
D.C., he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the ttKLUKa'SelW IUTL AIR' CONDITIONED. .L.C. 125000. meet again on the Mathls-Fra- foul trouble.At .

him(amous.The then Lt.Robert Peary North Pole. Peary arrived forty-five minutes 67 FORD GALAXIE 500 .$2695 Three cities want the fight Los tier, card March 4. the opening of the second
t discovered Matt Henson working in a later,and,together,the men plantedthe KtYsTtf,tW! CO V ITI NEO, "AOI HtMifc POWEr Angeles Oakland and Houston. period, both teams hit a cold

1 Washington hat shop. Peary was immediately American flag. 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA' . .$2695 The Los Angeles Coliseum spell After the first' foufmin'
) impressed by Henson, and he No longer was Matt Henson an obscure ::moo\ ,1I AUTOMATIC NI 'RACiOA' CONDITIONED.' RADIO a seats 100.000 with unlimited Falcons Whip ides, however. Walker and

invited the young man to join a canal- adventurer. He was given a Con- 67 PONTIAC CATALINA . .$2795 gate possibilities. The match 1.is Adams got hot and the Aggies
surveying expedition to Nicaragua. Henson gressional Medal, life membership in theExplorers' 65 m AIR CONDITIONED M TORY WAIIIIANT ,$2295 scheduled for March. The Oakland rolled to a 63-39 margin with

accepted.Under Club, a commendation from Ale CONDIe coliseum seats 50,000. Blue Devils nine minutes left in the game.
TIONED.vRiY RNtEA OREBOWf A'WINDOwt'W.ENT, :
tutelage, Matt Henson the President,a Master of Science degreeby
Peary's 66 RIVIERA . .$359' "This had to be our finest
became able calculating State and
navigator, adept at Morgan College,
an numerous i Pockets "
,0 C NIOJ.1 SHIFT IUCKET SEAT{. AIR CONDITIONED IT1.A Cepeda game said A&T Coach Cal
I distances and plotting charts.A medals and plaques from civic organizations '
short later his 64 BUICK SKYLARK V8 . . .$1495 I Score 53-47 Irvin "We got more assist than
; '
time Peary began
renowned anon,. Aid ; : : we got all season and the boys
,'i arctic expeditions to locate the April 6, 1959,the 50th anniversary of 66 rrinURY II STA. WAGON $2195 $70,000 Deal who came off the bench did bet-
North. Pole, and Henson accompanied the discovery of the North Pole, was RIVIERA DITI'0'". AUTOMAT'C' "** """" {TEE-RIIrN9, I Last week Butler's Falcons ter than the starters."
65 .
the admiral all the of tangled with Stantotfs Blue
by
on seven trips. proclaimed governor Mary-
Adams ended the
On the final trip, Peary lay drained land as Matthew Alexander Henson 65 HfvROr T AT IUY. .. .. . .$1595 For New Season I I Devils. night Staggs with an 14 points each, while
from exhaustion and crippled by frost- Day.Fitting tribute to the first man ever T The Falcons whipped the
F' R (WmffiSS) Campbell contributed 12 points
ffiWSfan61cWATl1TINICf95
bite. Someone had to make the last dash to stand on the top of the world. 64 CPCTE Orlando Cepeda visited St. Devils by 52 to47.The Blue Devils and 14 rebounds. Walt Anderson
Louis last week to receive honors
last week had not this
$ CADILLAC won
OLD TAYLORKENTUCKY 54 $125 from the baseball writers George Mack and Carl Hubbard
season. The Falcons stand
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM now
added
eight each.
points
association
and
wound
STRAIGHT BOURBON
up 11-5. Willie 6-4
WC TAKE Watson
DEALS WHERE OTHERS REFUSI center
CREDIT APPROVED. ON SPOTI pocketing a $10,000cotractfor made haste and pumped In nine The Golden Bulls were paced
KENTUCKY STrAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY.MMOOf.THtOlDUYlOl DISWUIYCO..HANKFOM t lOUISVlUt the 1968 campaign field by Jackie Wilson and Hubert
goals and three free throws
Would you like to own this handsome sculptured butt of Matthew Henson? It's 8'lall,made of R.S. EVANS3rd The big Puerto Rico first baseman for a high of 21 points. Jerome Davis with 12 points each and

antique bronze COlt stone,and carries the complete Henson story It costs $5.00 (which Is what It who helped the Cardinals Haynes was the other player Reggid Randolph with 10 points.

costs us).Send check or money order tot Old Taylor Box 4865Grond Central Sta.,N.Y.N.Y.10017. to the world championship was with double figure scoring and
signed by General Manager Sing dumped In 11 points for the
0' 676D HAD 31% & MAIN Devine. Cepeda came to "the losers.In .
Cardinals In Jlay 1966 In a trade the preliminary game the MY U.S.,
.EL.4-8381 OPEN TILL 9.30PM.: EL 4-8382 with the Sa!. Francisco Giants Butler JVs beat the Stanton SAVING

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STAR PAPERS PAGE 13


I New York Athletic Club Discriminates--Rights Units Protest!!



Two Golfers FlytiL FAMU Rattlers Enjoy Cassias Clay NAACP, UL And B'liai frith


Varsity Swimming Trials Broke, Plans Join Plans For Bias Battle I

I TALLAHA.SSE$,FLAI"" Florida A4M University's newest The NAACP, the Urban League, and the Anti-Defamation League -
intercollegiate sport is all wet. The Rattlers are now competing Tour of B'naI Frith have given support to "the long ovedue
in swimming at the. varsity level with an eight game Speaking protest against the New York Athletic Club's dlscrlmina-

}I Ii, schedule. LOS ANG LES.-Former toyr- membership- practices.."
They are now at the midway decisions
heavyweight champion Cassius Calling by Negro
West Palm Beach who starredon
Mayor Robed F. Wagnr bad
mark and although their record Clay says he's almost broke because athletes not to prticlpate In the
the football team an offensive -
as resigned from the club in 1962
Is 1-3. head coach Pete Griffin he can't fight In the United upcoming NY AC track meet
is the leading distance -
guard because of its discriminatory
thinks that the swimmingteam States but won't renounce his "courageous," the three organizations :
will match the record of man. Against Alabama citizenship praised the various i membership policy. Prior td
State he the 500 and 1000.
s other Rattler sports in yearsto meter, free won "Pm not being allowed to work college teams and athletic associations that, the Mayor's Commission
t ; styles races.
come. here in American and Pm not which have either Intergroup Relations had
"We're definitely getting The Rattlers have four more withdraws confirmed that the NYAC discriminated -
meets this season. They have being allowed to leave, be said. recognized the
stronger, says Coach Grl- return matches with Morehouseand "Naturally, money would be de- right of team members "to follow against Negroes and
fin, we're improving with each pleted." their conscience" Jews.
Alabama State and two
meet and I think we surprise In The three civil rights leaders
may meets with Fort Valley State Clay starts on a nationwide a Joint statement Issued by
somebody at the conference College speaking tour that will include Roy Wilkins, executive director pointed out that although racial
meet at the end of the appearances before Negro stu- of the NAACP, Whitney Young, and rellg1ous.dJscrlmlnaUon in
season." dent executive director of the Urban the public sector has been firm
y Men From groups on college cam-
i The swimming team is com- Young puses andat Black Muslim mosques League, an d Dore Senary, ly challenged by legislation,institutions -
posed of 14 Rattlers, with the AOL's national chairman, the such as the NYAC
most promising members all A&T University "Many people say,bow are you groups hailed the public attention usa the sanctified arena of privacy
4 9 freshmen. So far the Rattlers gonna eat, champ? How are you being brought to the to Justify their bias."They
have defeated Alabama State. Train For Flight living? Well, how does the little fact that "what may be the lar' declared that the stltuatlon
and lost to Morehouse andTus* particularly paradoxical when
; bird eat? gest private club in the largest
kegee Institute twice GREENSBORO, N.C.Five "If the divine supreme beingcan city In the world .still uses race' enlightened sectors of the business -
fi I ? i Freshmen Michael Miller, midterm graduates at AATState take care of them things as a membership criterion." world are articulating an
1 from Rlclera Beach, and Fritz University have been selected who's doing nothing for him, The three declared that "not anti-discriminatory policy and'
F .. Tynes, from Poppano Beach, for pilot training by the UJ5.Alr then how much moe can be only is the New York Athletic are moving toward the elimination
.have excelled in the tree style Force make a way for his servant?!" club flagrant disregard of the- discrimination.
f : 4q \ meets. Miller won the 60 and The young men were apart of Clay said in a television in- axiom that creed and color bear They went on to say that "the
I 100 yard free styles against a group of 10 Air Force ROTC terview."I no relationship to athletic injustice of social discrimination -
Tuskegee recently, and Tynes students who were commissioned have 22 million brothersin competition, but it is completely practices by private clubs,
won the 200 meter free style as second lieutenants here America and 850,000 Muslim out of step with the prevailing Including those of semi-public
kTt4! i ir against Alabama State. Both last week. Three other students brothers in America and 600 spirit our time." character, has been a touchy
: are members of the Rattler were also commissioned million Muslims in the world Nothing that the NYAC has matter about which too few
400 free style relay team. through the ArmyROCTprogram. and you ask me bow Pm gonna long been a source of ADA have been willing to act."
Robert Hills, sophomore from eat." convern. Senary recalled that







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Hall at lamer JICKM itooinsoo too o uper iar WIUM my art greetea oy American AITUDM
Stewardess Tina Anderson at Tee Party announcing On Second Annual Astrojet Golf Classic,
February 15-18 In San Diego, California, sponsored by American Airlines. The Astrojet Golf
Classic features baseball and football players



Johnny AllenIs A&T State Express University'sCage Rolls Again or lose?



Bethune
,GREENSBORO N.C.- After being slightly derailed, the ALT
basketball express seem to be rolling again. At least that Is Check here.
the hope>> of Aggie Coach Cal Irvin
NCAA SecondJohnny
ALT smash Johnson C. Smith one with Stags, Campbell the
Allen a 6'8" Junior and Shaw to run their winning Aggies' senior strongman, hasshaken
forward at Bethune Cookman streak to seven straight. The his.early season injuries Q Enco Extra
College, ranks second nationally Aggies are DOW 10-2 overall and Is averaging 12.1
In the NCAA College and nave nine tough games remaining per game: Adams and lIubbardhave
division basketball statisticswith before C1AA Tournament moved the team well as the D Gulf No Nox

an beverage of 32.2 pointsper time Aggies have averaged 86.3

game, according to statistics After posting easy victoriesover points per contest. Q Lead-Free AMOCO 00 '
record Fayetteville State,SUAn- Both Staggs and Brooker for
The Wildcats are among the top>> gustlne's and High Point, the mar high school stars in Philadelphia ; .f' '
ten In three other categories. Aggies were halted in successive Pa., have played key 4'4"' r. n Mobil Premium
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In Team Offense, Bethune- games by the falcon and '.
Cookman College ranks third in Elizabeth City. 6-5 has already served notice .
the nation In fourteen games Then the current streak be that be could become one of' 0 Phillips Flite Fuel '
they hive 1530 points for a IOU bit ana ALT baa shown con- the most exciting playersever
the ALT blue
per game average.InFleIdCoal Unous improvement. to wear
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with a .Ml percentage aveage mainly to the return te the form Sophomores Anderson,Walker Lcud-l:rce A toC'O.. In 13 separate
and in Leaders In Average Ted Campbell, oapy and Kluttz all 6-6, have combined -
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ALT Coach Cal Irvin Is optimistic Car Club of America, AMOCO beatS
Undefeated In conference play Staggs, Robert Brooker n Texaco Sky Chief :
field.What .
the
the Wildcats lead theSICA Conference :and Lonnle Kluttz, and Vernon about the final half
with a 5 and 0 won lost Walker. of play although be won't make
record of 12 and 2. The ALT team Is a balanced any serious predictions We
I will have to take these games
one at a time. I do think that Jtl ,
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ST. LOUB-''Baby Bull" Orlando Cepeda last week was elated 99 81
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Cardinals for 1968, saying was more than he expected from" 41 56 19
the baseball world champions. The National League Most Valuable -

Player In 1961, Cepeda led the League in runs batted in did they drive? No super-tuned test cars. They
with 11, and bit 25 home runs and 37 doubles to go with his .32 \ .1 drove their own-sports cars, taxis, family sedans-regardless -

batting average. of nuke model Like in the
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"' J Who drove Motorists! like you; housewives! cab drivers
SURPRISE and college studentsNot a test! driver in the crowd.
They didn't even know what gasoline they were using! .
NEW YORK-In a move calculated to indicate the team's confidence
in him, the New York Meta gave recently acquired 47 50 18
Tommy Acee a raise, to boost bls salary to $25,000. The Mets,
seeking a topflight>> center fielder, bad already surprised the, 67 80 45
baseball world by trading ourflelder. Tommy Davis and Jack IIi >
Fisher to the Chicago White Sox for Agee, a former star atGrambling Sometimes He's UpSometimes
(La.) College. The American League's Rookie of He's Down, He AddsSutractslee ,
the Year In 1966, Agee is rated one of the best center fielders works. it all around. t

in baseball. 34 24 89

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I Palatka rAcademy: Annouces First Semester Honor Roll I




t Large Roster Of Top Graders Student Lunch Fund Phi Beta Sigmas, 340 Lodge Officials


Indicates Are Of Progress Helps Many StudentsThe : Zeta Phi Betas -S S ,

purpose of the,Student ,
Lunch Fund Is'to give the student Honor Founding ,
The Central Academy High School of Palatka, Fla., has announced the opportunity to get hot
an Imposing roster of highly scholastic students.They meals during the Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter :
are, as follows, by grade, name and average This committee lunchperiodl of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

Seventh Graders Average Jones, Carolyn 3.8 up to help the under privileged Inc., and of Zeta Phi Beta So- tz
Kaymore, Leon 3.0 children it is for each and rority, Inc., will observe their r
Thomas, Martha 3.2 Ruth, Preston 3.5 every student enroUedatCentral fifty-third Founder's Day
MIller, Sylvester 3.2 Academy High School. February 11 at 11 a.m. at Mt. .
Jefterles, Faith 3.0 Tenth Graders The average child's parent Tabor Baptist Church. The
Williams, Cynthia 3.0 usually gives him the money theme will be: Leadership
Peoples, Jaurees 3.0 Jones, Patricia 3.0 to get his dinner, but the child Training For CommunitySer-
Belton, Margulta 3.5 Asia, Jeme Lee 3.3 usually forgets and leaves it vice, by the Fraters, and New 4 .
Johnson, Barbara 4.0 HankIns, James 3.5 at home. This Is where the Dimensions--The Forward
Ray, Carolyn 3.3 Hankins, James 3.5 Student Lunch Fund steps in. Look, by the Sorors. Mrs.
Wrlgbt, HH Jr 3.3 HankIns, Willie 3.8 A student may acquire the required Mildred Bradham, Inter ? 4
Keys, Marrlet 3.5 Taylor, Nathan 3,5Waco amount of money for national grand basileus, will 1
Ronald 3.0 Gibson, BernIe 3.1 dinner and then pay the money be the speaker.
Edwards, Shirley 3.6 Sharp, BeatrIce 3.1 along with Its Interest at the Brother E. R.R.Williams!pre
Felder, Barbara 3.6 Boyd, Debra 3.1 set date that he has signed for sident of Beta Gamma Sigma
Graham, George 3.1 Bryant ,Kenneth 3.1 returning the money. Chapter, will preside during
JoImsonKaye F. 3.6 LewIs, Van Buren 3.3 The students can secure application the 11:00 clock services Rev
\ Tatum ,Lella 3.1 Mody Connie 3.1 blanks from Bobbie A.Anderson, the recently cal- l : r
BrowJJ1Dtt 3.1 Howell, Elworth 3.1 Miller, Executive Secretary, led minister, will serve as war
Williams, Raydean 3.3 Johnson, Melva 3.1 the Student must get a class host pastor. The Grand Basi
Keys, ElsIe 3.1 sponsor co-sign for the first leus of the Zeta Phi Beta of
Eighth Graders Denegal, Rose 3J loan. If the loan Is repaid on the Zeta Phi Beta Sororlty.ls
Douglas, Benjamin 3,3Hagan due date, student may secure presently employed with the
Cynthia 3.3 additional loans without spon Public Welfare Department of
Battles, Veronica 3.5 Eleventh Graders sor's signature. If loan is not Jacksonville, Florida as sup-' I .
Francis Samuel 31. repaid on due date he must ervlsor Social Workers.She
Jones, Vernard 3.0 Graham, LouIse 3.2 get sponsor's signature. The Is a world traveler, lecturer,
Jackson, Vernoo 3.2 Johnson, Jesse 3,0Blakely student will be Ineligible fora and hold affiliation with numirous ,
Cassandra 3.0 Sanders, Geraldine 3.3 loan If he fails to repay on social and civic or
Martin, Sharon U Watson, Patsy 3.0 time for three time, No Inter ganizations.
Walker, Tanya 3.2 Walker, Carl1ss 3.5 est charges are put on loans Mrs. Veins F. Martin Associate
Miller, Barbara 3.0 Edward, Dan U paid when due. The maximum Director of the South-
Alexander, Robert 3.0 Woods, Melvin 3.0 loan is $.45. Students who eastern Region of Zetas, anda
,Brown, Deborah U Mann, Sylvia 3.5 establish good credit rating public school teacher of Day
,Hunter, Eloise 3.3 may be eligible to co-sign tona Beach, Florida, will also
:Jackson, Brenda 3.3 Twelveth Graders notes for other students. No appear on program.
Mann, Leslie 3.2 Walker, Carlls U .sutdent may have more than Presentation of outstandingmen
Merrill, Arthur 3.5 Simmons, Joseph 3.2 one outstanding Loan. Office and women In various
Bellamy Patrcla U BArtln. Ellubth 3.0 Hours are 12-00-1.30: p.m., at fields of worthwhile contributions -
Wrlgbt, raytoo U Walker, Caress U the Guidance Center. Charles in the community will
Simmons, Joseph U Greene, reporter.Palatkall. be made by Mrs. Rosa K.
Ninth Graders BarUey, Elizabth 3.0 Ragsdale, past Basileus of w. L.aIn ... 'Su nh .q 1.r .
Edwards, Dennis 3.2 Zeta Mu Zeta Chapter. .. ; ;"' "-:____..... __ .: J..
JonesAlke U EUlngtonCMord 3J. Shadows and Amlcae of Beta. the picture are shown three of the large roster of officials Ernest Pierce, Worshipful Master;James Jackson,Junior Deacon I
Norris, Richard 3.8 Mann, Shirlene 3.' Gamma Sigma and Zeta Mu elected by Temple Lodge "MO recently They are, from left, and Lloyd Pearson, Jr., Secretary. -Bob Smith Photo..
Lockhart, Carol 3J Cotton, ElDora 3J Zeta, alongwlth Phi Beta Club,
Willis, Gall U Edwards, Trudy 3.Q and other Fraters and Sorors
Monroe, Billie 4.0 Johnson, AnnIe 3.0 Honored art also participants on the Edward Waters Southern OH Man Shot Three
Pope Breads U Johnson, Deborah 3.3trlcklaad program Dandelions Social
Cyril 3.0 Brooks, Nadine 3.57homu r -" The Greek Medley Is alwaysa Times On Search
: Alice 3.0 Sharp, Cathr1De U ,:, unique feature of the observance Track Squad Victimized By Club Plans MeetThe
Jug, James S. 3.0 Thomas, Timothy 3.3 ,, tf' and this recording will
Jones: Patricia 3.0 Ruse, Larry 3.5 be played during services. Battles DallasThe Two-Pistol ManThe For His Spouse
BeUalr.y, JosepblDe 3.0 Vreen.D1anne UEdd1n&too After the cervices refresh- Dandelions Social and
Shirley'' U Williams, Edwin R. U ments will be served In the Track and Field Sqaud Southern Oil Company, Savings Club will meet at the Charles Johnson 815 West
Boat H..ley U TIIompklns, Debris 3.4Felder Annex of the church. The entire of Edward Waters College will 3610 Pearl, was victlmlted on home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Third St., was shot,three timesIn
Horace 3.0 congregation Is kindly Invited open (Is season against the highly !- February 4 to the extent of Willis, 2073 West 18m, oo February the Deck last week with bullets
SboImaker Doris 3.1 to share. Soror Evelyn ranked squads Dallas Baptist $70.00. A man armed with two 16. Mrs. Alice Swan Is from 22-caliber: revolver-
HOUSE FOR SALE Green Is Basileus of Zeta Mu both automatics president. ,
.CoUew..Dallas .Jexas.Al-; pistols, came while oo a search for his wife.
Zeta Chapter; Brother: E.,R; bany State College, Albany through the front door, and took Johnson, 27 old In
years was
foxi* St1>rink Pbooe: 261-5365. Williams Is President of Beta Georgia; and Florida Memorial the money from a cash box. the 2100 block of Mars Venus
Gamma Sigma Chapter and Cone. St. Augustine.Florida. The robber escaped with Court. Johnson saw his accused
Soror Edna E. Plnkney Is February 10, at LOOT( other s In a 1963 BuIck, blue US High Court suspect, Albert Johnson, and
HELP lUTED MALE Publicity Chairman. p.m., Lackawanna Haygroono. with a white top.! approached him. Johnson says

J Stops CheckupOf the other Johnson ran back to
Young Man wbocaausecame Youths Hold ServiceThe Fuss With Friend his wife's room and got a gun.
Driver's ,
) Uceose. Full time.I Coral Lodge Is Rights Unit According to witnesses Charles
,
I I Youths of the Bethelem' LeadsWomanlntoSuicide Johnson pulled a knife and
HELP MAM110SL NATHANIEL HAWKINS. Baptist Church will sponsor Scene Of I chased the other man down the
230 street before be
shot
was
WAKKANAI, Japan.TechnicalSergeant a youth program, Sunday WASHINGTOND.C.-.The u.s.
FEMALE
TYPISTS Nathaniel A.B. Nuking February 11, at the corner of Cash RobberyThe Attempt Supreme Court has stopped the
of Pauline Han- 8th and'Olive at 1100. The McCIellan Committee of the
Must do 60 WPM, accurately son Mrs. Prescription tablets were used
r? kins Route 2 Palatka Fla. has speaker for the hour will be Senate from using records seli-
Good 1n Spelling std Eagllah, Coral Lodge Motor Court, u a means.of attempted suicide
/ been named outstanding Air man Muter Eugene Miller Jr., 3032 eel from three civu-rights andpoverty
P y. lag. sic. AAPIy' : Phillips, was a robbery by Catherine Gordon of 818 Eav- OWN YOUR HOME
of the Year In his unit at Wak- son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene:; casualty recently when a young 'trson earlier in the week. workers in Eastern
Q FLORIDA STAR Kanal Air Station, Japan. Miller, Sr., of Palatka. TheM man wielding a 32-caliber blue According to the police record Kentucky. Own your home, FHA t VA.
,
flanking radio .C. for the ocaslon will be A star order issued by the
Sergeant a operator steel automatic and wearing aplastic the 39-year-old woman had an Financing On your own lot, in
WINE was selected In competition Miss LI111anSmith of l ter1ac- rain coat, entered, de- argument with her boyfriend high court will remain In effect ''I city or county, easy monthly
son vwoaal Muso"rru NOs* UTH 6 MONCRIEF. RD. between nominees in his hen, Florida, the daughter of matted money, and looted the during the day. She decided to until the court decides payments, not down payment,all
No Phone Causl 1 unit. He now enters further Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Smith, cash box of $230 In currency, take all of her pills at one time whether to pass on the validity need is a lot, good credit
competition for Outstanding Sr. She Is a student of the Central and also had been drinking in the of the seizure of the documents.The and a steady Job. (If you don't
Airman of the Year honors Academy High School.Reporter I IfiME MPIIVEMENT afternoon.Witnesses stated they court's action was a victory own a lot now, we may be able
I
the U.S. Air Force Security Marine Miller tried to stop her, to no avail. for the Southern Conference to help you find one).
Service. Erring Construction Home Improvement She was booked on attempted Educational Fund (SCEr) RURAL HOME BUILDERS
The command'stop winner will two houses can be suicide charge and was treatedat and its employees, Alan and INC.-208 Arora Blvd., Orange
be a guest of honor, along ISABELLA OF PARIS bought: In city, low down pay DUG. Margaret McSurely and Joseph Park, Florida. Phone 771-6373
OHLft)5) with the 21 other Air Fore Thafs' Me! 1 have the Amai1Qc. ment, house repairs no money Mulloy. for information.
: MONTHInside Association's April 3-5 conven- .superior' tonic tab1e)*, pep down. We loan money houses The latter wasaworkerfortheAppalachian
ton in Atlanta. tor all the"thing you want to do. so that yonwantlose them.Cash STEREO CONSOLETake Volunteers (AVs)
City Limits Save OniUtilities. The sergeant who chosen for Box of JO, $1.00. Satisfaction money if needed Located up payments on 2 month when the records were seized TV SERVICE
; FHA FInancIne.LowIr < his leadership, initiative, Job guaranteed or Money Back.For .KM. 1/2 Davis st.JM-8703, old beauWulStereoCoDcoltUb by Pike County officials during
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