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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 23, 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:
UF00028362:00792

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 23, 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:
UF00028362:00792

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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TANZLER CLARIFIES and two accomplice,

last Saturday, avccastnlly
engineered the tragic hoMnpof ,

iv the Daylight Grocery outlet,
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v at Kings Road and Myrtle: Ava-

! DOt, and after tkreattalagemstoatrs
shooting two m..%
TWISTED REMARKS and fatally shooUng the manager
William J. Japoar fled almost

I as Btrprlslngly. u hey bad.
entered.
***** *... a + *t OM d tilt looter, maaoaeradmg .

Mini Refuses White Director kilkts LeaderAddresses f u a woman,carried
Says tte carbine. B wa be who also
fired and bit two mea to the
!. RtctBsUtrSiMti FSU afternoon robbery '

The three aea came Into lilt I

ActttiKIW For GJEO Will Help Stideit It.yGAINESVILLE I .stare Just before,Z-40 vearlagawoman's p.a.. Tte.aasqatrtdtr .

YORK-Ayoonghwytr, -Civil Rights coat and a wig.. went
::11.7isf.$4: Attoraey yawls Leader Charles Ever, before 'op to William J. Japour, manatar -
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CM white win tte legal staff a large audlenct of students at who was at Iheetak
1 of tte, staid,,trsdWas-trdeod Change Total ImageMayor tte Unlvtrsity of Florida at Benjamin k, Parry presided of Florida AiM University Tallahasaea, right, u tteplctare register aid ordered the'
Jointly boJda with WUlla Jenkins FAMU development tteOoor.
NAACP wrote u article. and OaIDt'Y11I/ spoke at some golitytar $1,000 manager to get don oa
called It "KIM Mea II Kick length oa PIt ccdrlbuUODIIIIatPrtai4eDt..1ect presented by tte Ramble OU Company for nee u Improving tilt and Only the mettle of bat
, HUB research or to enable outstanding students to continue their! education Mr Grantnam
Who Think White." Tutittr mayor of Jackaonvillt. can to Ma Richard Nixon Varley weapon wa vlatble. According .
I "Mto* Mta" vas intend II dctaM a few day ago u toramarkactercad to din cooearalnc can make to the state of tilt employee relations official of the company, represented Humble OU at the presentation. 'to tames Japoar gave order "
: lilt October II, Itta, edition the taptoyiaf. of a vtiu, Iw1 td of a black, director for tteTte Negro wttk the Ware patter Rumble OU has plan for presenting a total of $777,000 to M colleges and enlversltieathroBghoat for somebody to spa the cage
tilt nation for use In tilt field of education.
I1l1III GJ'Io. and from the
of tte prestigious New Tort of race relations Mil
Ttaes. cttf thief axtcatlrt aid .that tte "arth" of "JC" 10 standpoint of cooperation.Evers Varaalla Rills,
I''' AIIIuf1.eoaftreetoUS- that Ite raourt.u n&Ua odd valtara orftalttUaB cbottld wa* of the opinion that,; ,Artery MurckirsDeRnd cashier, was ordered by the
tad" and afortvMtttrt] be destroyed. Mayor Tuater tau thing being equal Mr.MUoa' $71 ,795'Bill! MustBePaij1ays bandit, once lilt door was.
.bacaaa lilt topic of a UUrldooaditortaJ said that GJEO cannot tt to really has BO attemailva otter'' I Answers opened, to give him a paper
later eaaalnc cooaidtnUa tilt top Balaaa suck u arranrt i. bag Be began to stuff currency
I coouanl o+tr lilt aaot CIa obtalaad.Ttert are tats tte bag while at tte same

etty.Tte. mora than three poor. whit's Tt Grl..c.S time, another clerk, U. Ptte,,.

.Ultrt cleans wUl coma ,, o ;Negrole i .e{ .br JItiI'. oa-twB. coUega cam-, U.S. nor forced to walk across tte (
fro i .from fiaf-aad via' ( : ipae* vaatoarampagMattwoInrttutioBS :; More and to Ua oa Ite DMrrear

ckoaw of aorttfau n la, tterttor. Mc"*caryfc, ofvlasralag at, till cashier'caga.He look
HI 100 appUcaal. Tk acting c. tblt ttly roallM BM Importance opposing eitreae* of tte United ATLANTA: 'Resurrectlol City, tt'famous Washington Poor: ,Pike'* wallet.wl% vTte

: ractorUvtlta.Aceordiac of tttUnff aaiUtanca tress tteCJtO. States.' Both mtbreaka were Folks town which vas rather Inomtnlonsly wiped ofl the "map" third bandit,.wla'pracisloa .
to news aaadta, Ttetr total larolvaaafitta related to problem of race. last year, owns the Federal Government tu.'.}, say the drew a pistol and began
laying Taailar I* JackaoorUia"iavt a* lk. program U tttally.....* .a both cites conilderable government to the found. a dun tent to the Atlanta headqitrter looting tilt cask register..
t said that Ja UU. damage vat dona la both cases of the organisation: the office where Rev. Abtrnathy map much George Johntoa M, security
"..., raa4T lot a !I/iro BIDet ban logical choke kai .rampaging was quelled only .<< WtIt17, guard, Jumped him
director tf> tka "'lit,. Tbt baaa tte Baaing of a white after police tnterftrenee.Oahkosk Dr. Abernathy, dynamic head the Washington Monument to Both Johnsoa aDd the leoter.acutfled. .
.foil ow.4 spa pickatlnc by director Mayor Tuna fait ttttvarstty, Oshkosh of the Souther Christian Leader Washington, Jut year, said that Neither fired a **.
Rills a cocq+taint grasp u to the that tter baa baaa u attempt .Wls.. suffered damage Into tte.thousands ship Confer aoca: ,f o r a a r 1 y the organisation bad only a few Cattoatr. startled and
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$ "dovscradlnf** of Htfntt laIn at another tntarprttatiaa of.' : when students, about, beaded by, and tilt brainchild hours notice u to evacuation. frightened, huddled around the.
W of the board of the MAACPMl tte atvoey** tap brac1eU aora.'1 think. te said, 'that 1 ItO PDllIIbtt.JCfCI'oeI.Uma11 of tilt late Dr Martin Lather "We wets not given ample time tamers However the ma*
on October 14 tad.without a rocoat MV coofaraoe my acUvttlos la tte part prove proportion of tilt U.OOO-stuoent King, Jr., said vehemently recently to tear dm the City" te said,!' qttradtr came from tNcaber's
tartker ado, dlsckarged Mayor Tualar potatad out thata my record la this regard body of the school, cot a swathfof he will not authorize "&.114 restore tilt area to its cage and started
Attorney Steel vtthoat so advising wtlwdir actor would tebattar, Mayer ,Taatlar cklaad aoInOaaoc destrattloatkroBckthai : .p _. On the other band. former st elm or without giving bacaaa naay vttta II the .. the salactioa Ba tfitft[ rH n building, rang! Dr. Abernathy said, ".. bars original permit for tilt City u manger Japour started I
eta the opportunity dettndlng' coaauatty art assuming that aid tilt MlacUaa was .by the CHARLES EVEJ Backed offices, tor. p .Iatingafrom ;.T fig re, wt think the federal allowed for cleanup time. through a checkout alslt toward
klaaett or of having otters the proJect ta for Negroes 11II11. aaalaoas' ckelea of Uaadrisory than that of batldlag. for a the walls smashed government owes to the poor TIlt leader said tte organi the back of tilt store.Tte .
defend kla. b order to rtmota U from ask group>> with whick be closer f'IWIOI1..Ws minority typewriters, scattered financial people-4100.000, a difference action baa a record of damage bandit, DOt to be outdone

*.Tte BW*of tte strange actlonrof : stigma of a "Ktcro welfare met at the time be Buggastad groin of the country particularly records, broke windows'ant<< of some $Uuw. dona to the poor people properiJ. shotl OM bullet lilt Jasper lathe
.. 4. Be bad already fired
orfa&lcatlca% said the ctltfaxacvttva his la The bill forwarded by the &
the board nicked tk* prataraaca, foncUtloo, the Negro.Tte took our the office of the : ,
Column Of tte national MV* te fttt te stoma the CUT axacatira flU that lli eminent speaker made president Interior Department, to for ttesabseqieatcleanup to otter remark, Dr. Aber- at Johnson, striking him twice
media. Nor tt to reported that rteoaaaad the naming of a,i'vas Wa obligation to explain allowance for some remarks ; At San Fhxleeogtat.Cdl.ge of. tte natty said "B only go** to to the kip Aaotkar saran
there are at least. two achisaswithto nut dlroctor his staid ta tkt llgkt ofcoaaaat made by the tlctorloas tilt locale was a bit more dramatic. '"City", show bow sick this aattoa to bullet kit Jasper W. Vatktoa,
pie ranks of the statBta.fighttog Caattiwing, u4 aapbulxinc and atdtadaa. candidate aipressingthe Screaming coeds were Attorneys for the SCLC are that they with try to collect this 71.Aecordigtowiliessesthe
pulled from cla.urOOlU.I'1a1Dcion. already blueprinting their sum from poor people I doatthink
NAACP with yoatfc'arrayed opinion that somnMr.Nkon'isttetaxes
Dr. Father Devil the people of this nationaspect bandits were to their tOa. The
plans.Rar.
OB lilt OM aide with Klai's Says were designed to pollctmta were
those who art decrying 0.014. pa'oUt. assaulted and spat apoa.Shotavtr Abernathy who supervised .. the poor to pay vkaa :Police Department, 'baa J
fashioned attitudes of many of Mora than M per cent of tile fired to the air. Flrt- the erection of a cluster they art dying of. starvation said that these maybe the.BMB "
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Triad T "Plata Ma la Caraar"BOCEESTER. who robbed the Oceea Dr. .-
.the** U charge tad with tte Negro vote vas against Kt&oa-j Orlctiu daring of plywood huts lathe area of 1 and malnutrition. Theatre u van as tte Friendly ;

old, tenure aervlng officials and Jr.T. (XI'S) -Tte Er. Martin latter King, Evers reminded. his anfliBtiis- .'at this this tte tar-vestera aecond -Jar school outbreak of St. Ptttrsbiri ElialiittsRtlititis Finance Service of treat Eight
vhom
workers loans of may tlc hearera.Co&tlnolng
gay haa cu.c1aHIStbatthe"JnU..trltclto"ba Ite minl. t.r's Street. Oa November I three
remember tta birth,clamoring aoatk tta leader felt that learning.Tte bandits held Barrier's let
after tte
attaaalnatlon of Cx Wa clrfl right loader, 09
for BO dIIJIpI..1Wl1Iae hler.arcky -. oa April 4, the future of the country use president of Wisconsin C..lt' UNit Cream Parlor James R.
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tad for, restraint tad within the yooth of the nation. state school, Dr Roger Guiles,
Addrasclag dinner for tte Armstrong, U, owner' was
punishment for whoever transgresses a aided; sad gopal alagarMahalla AU youth of all rtcas are In said that Ite students rebelled ST. PETERSBURG Tha Community Relations Commission killed. A earblM vas seed
OM of the old statutes, Me.rlai Jacksoa. cluded te said. Ba felt that lbs because te refused to sip a of St. Petersburg bean abolished. Armstroag died almost
oatte other.Already Daring tte vaekandDr.Abar- mora closely the older leaders list of demands they presented ..'Us stead win be the Com dissenter agaiast dlsconttotaanca -
from bullet vooad
Instantly
hip YaM at Colgata Rochester kls a
vowed .
natty .to carry OB with him item being
there. areseveralrepercussions. Divinity School Dr. Rugs noo-rioleat fight "as long as' can work the the creator younger enthosiasts tte among to set op a Black permission .ninlty! Alliance. TIlt only ol_ the old. nave way ,to the chest They returned till
,
Major Jc t. .
tatter told bow attar that aaaa night teat and kicked the
night .
TW legal stiff, which bas( la April tte,Dean triad to there 1s breath la my body"No chance for progress.Tte Student Onion oa the campus.' *** ** TIlt Community Alliance, said cash-er: and took more than '
te "CU OHflarta
.. man, said to Tte d1a.J4eDtl"aw asked
bandied hundreds of Rights Leader pointed
cases pertinent Gerald Marpby
Councilman
,
".. auotk and 1100. to all case the carbine
my place mala
to tte whichif Latter King's shots: the people u tte only for ortAfro-Ame.rleaa Trueay Victi.IIIpIi1
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Negro, a a comer.. young will allow for aura community, has played Wg role..
Thanks to God I dent bees to .
BOW vorktog. Bora thaa 100 leaders of tomorrow.' The eamr.ei.Tbs Involvement for alL Be.mentioned / Reward bat ben,
HB t lookad kla ta the Lace fill his skoas. I lays some. ode of the money
presidentwas
kM becaaseof Jarp.aII4IeDc.loutUr applauded
CUll, resigned that the council waaoften ,
and told elm te vas liar offered, with the hope that
a
the ritual of autnoc ttle* to ,sandals of my own Ewers and stood to show Its the canter of a vigil of troubled vita the virtual who baa and
Dr Sr aald. Tm someone leading
.... King, going te .more than three boor Lav ,
A of what
:reinstate SteeL special approval hadjajay of
CoordinatorGOULD palling OM organisation clue the
to stay ... fa not going to t enforcement officer came aDd specific ,canhelp police
'0 i lac of officials of till orgaalsaUrn huh .... fm not against another. B was also to tracking don the daatk
..scheduled for Tuesday ,"ay gouaQjutt ******* ,ordered the rampager to move; bro..to.t..ralCOGDC1Im8G dealers. TIlt car used to tte'
of this week to Nat Tort. from Ite building. Those who: bad complained tfcattha found
The cirarlihta leader'sfather Daylight robbery vas
Considerable ertticlsa baa also said te vas prod First 'NgroJedye refused war herded Into policecars old body vas doing aotII.fq f :; later at Pearceand EUa Streets.
and taken to tile local Jan
resulted. Some that
u,1I11Dc kls wits bad "coaaeated to for TIlt MV move dtsconttoue the At about the same time tte
lbs "Dae baa charge posltloa of Coaasaity tilt loss WITH I
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lg'ardw come" to the dlaaar. "Ste owner reported
Students of tte unofficial
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bees completely TteXAACP '' Relations Director
Mail wanted' to go mack sue* Ni.it.li Bind f. Bennett, owner, slid Lewis
It fists UI10a went to'.the
kas bean ban u u aa BOB vas takaa." te said.. t v .. hdme of the president .... Tte nevorganlsftloawlllopt 'standing by bis" car to a parking
orgsalxaUoa which fights for to municipal serviceand'
Dr..1.1Dr.1r,ta OM of aararalproalneot week lot at tilt Dm Medical Center
via their demands refvjsed. :
\.otter. Btaek people who'' Information department.: ,when two young Negroes, boa
A surprise, and certainly Oklikf.iibKLABOMA Ba refused to saga TIlt bead of the groves will
MV
dressed
caaa to Roc kea tar during J { u wines,forced Lbs
:.diacoarsgtog trot, to tie Treedoa Wcekaad According to a Megro student, f,,_:PFC.. LEROTSPESCEBPR be called a com IB unity relation into the car at gunpoint. _
spot. ''....
.resignation of Robert Cartar, sandy the Bochflatcr 'Hi trof Cm-Tte stated president of far ad" only Leroy Spencer it,. M representative.. They drove away with Bennett,.
wko ran woe Zi of U caaa ale Soatkara Christian Oklahoma] BOW kas its first 1, akotyjand kognsk." TteXegJoaBSirt&ey years old. BOM of Mrs LUa the.alliance : later putting aim to a boxcar:
take before tte Dalted StataSupreme < ""ollSp u history,Charles' were edoftoeipklnabla COL 15M sodwuoiTginallycomposed
Leadership Conference. TrbATBAdsntk : East 24th Street, past.summer and locking tte door.Be workedtUsvtyoutandcaBedthepoUce.
Court. Among others partirlpaHag to L. 01rns.. ,! delay died Tuesday, November II, to of 15-Bta5er oMpnloUtnns. I .
A JaDe aessage from Aaroq tilt weekend are the ReY.Ralpk RlckfltldCoinpaayrecently Governor Dewey Bartlett iSkls to warmer' climes, to CaliforkeL'sbd Vietnam when, hi* rUI.&Celd..U' ft to their Job to? i There were Bare thaa BOO.
Bury of Ulaaiaalppl and asoomc.d tta appoint* named Owens to tte Oklahoma: 'I pour came Q&pa fired. Private j< fc ta the (
David ghetto [ Daylight tor
Atenaay, SCLC prte' probleas person *
meat of Gerald T.Darts to tilt The trouble employ
CkarlM Ever silo of Misrdsaypl teld Bceoe. seems
County District Judge post Spencer native
I I''to was a of Jacksonville lenu ofgetttng better at the time of tilt robbery.
ban strongly argad cults 'HIS .aewlycreated' poatUaa ofaastari BOW by Boston Sala, resigning. bays aveatavted when speakers .. a graduate of!tte 1Wxjass mint for harUcore aneaployed.I ,, 'I A reward of$300 ha beta set
keeping KAACPlaooepleca..' area coordinator of the as of December .. tram tte Black Shdents of Matthew '
W. Gilbert Two councilmen represent tte ,op since tilt murder. o( Arm
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Roy WUktaa,naive *ecretary JITTtBSCH Cm,Mo.:-(HPO Company's AtOrmattv Action Judge! Owens vss awprlsed.Bowavar ,Ualoa and members of the (.High School. Ba vas member Councllmen .rt to favor ,strong.. '
The: Miami CoajahuioB Plan. Mr Darts, formerly, a te want,tK tot* for.aDamoerAtlc lb. ,
confessed through aacta OBBaaaa -.Jd. "I of, Zion lope Baptist Church.Sarvlvors new setup fT*"****"!
\ to officials- that tte national Rights will bold aa aped: peraooael advlaar vJU part 'to do a good Job and aataraQy Society Mid a caapas rally. other thai his that It will reach out into all ::KMIWC
office tti DOM each contldtr BOOM December S to com- clpata to tte taplaaanratloa! of thin represents, I voold Laps I' here they spoke their peace' mother are Leroy Spencer areas. ,inREIS *
aWa atrala.' WlUlaa was attests Its 10th aanlrersary'OB t tilt aojaal employment u advance for ay race and a boat Govaraor Reagan, tka his father. Augustus Cot, step- Tte flew orgmlottoo wUI taU f .. d be lathe Florida
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tonally asked to.rel1p by beip lass public aItatSoD oppoilBBtty policy and I also bop it will play some'ttrostaes and against President fatter, Ifrs.: Daisy Spencer, Impetus and will make everyattempt Star Office by Tuesday at...**.
,avail braack aacrataria. Ba OB the progress of the organl-, proootlaa of better awtor standing part.In relations. ,i 1.Robert R.'meth.rotlowlagtllpt. grandmother.# Ills Yvonne D. tovolveq If JOII should aall your news,
each ....aaaai laths IIt14 010'1 aacBff farioB communityorganlsattoM tte dadatgQN problems." tt should ta Ballad...., aoaatttwlUmeBowofflMBy
des ten eand IteKq.ltbcUTg / u&s's.' '., ** ;.Spencer, sister aDd Mrs Bar.jiett te city. l '
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.by the.FlorlaVSiar Publishing Company COCKTAILS: tL.EJ\RfjJHG.e t. *+*** +*- *BY WHITNEY U. YOUNG JR.

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araueivtirtwRrN .$
MrOROFsroaor ar Of SKIU5" LABOR AND. THE BLACK COUUUNITYOrcanlsed
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MEMBER: H",!,IWC"'GAH .
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:" labor hu bleD taking quite licking thus daya.
hu been blamed for everything from doing prices to Job.
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cn.erim1DaUaa Evente fib the Hew York teachers' strike that

Y ASSF. k ll d ira aimed at killing commanity control of toe schools haven't helped

N n TIOiVALERIC ; .ute 's Image smong black Americana, but much of tht criticism
(, r i bAr 'tG ot tbt labor movement te rill!?. ..
.' I belles that when wt loot at the whole picture., labor,Is
.strongly on tilt side of social Jostles and equal rlgttu:B
performed a pl sinks te polling lbs me oat from andet

.J Getup Wallact'a attempts to
0. $IMPSON..MANARIN1111111
rack up a tore bloe-collar
Tot for ate message of late
,HIM fROTEIUCIRCRLATION MANAGER The AFL-CJO did a wonderful I

educational J Job, shoring its ,
members tot dancers the Wai
2323 MQNCRIEF ROM
i lace candidacy meant foT ftelt .
' ADDRESS _. Jobs and paychecks.Orcnlted +
MINE MAILING backed ... '. '
354 S7R2 labor hu .....
the strttt of the California I ,t"W} 'V .

.# P.O. BOX 511 JACKSQNTILIE, FLORIDA farm workers, predominantly ''; .. ti ..'
Iiealcan-Americatu suffering :.
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from the same discrimination blacks know ao wtIL B be>ft',,",.
32211 to mod the natlonwidt boycott ot graph that wt an lap
result te a fair onion contract for thost beleacnred farm workers.
MIAMI OFFICE 5111 .... III AYE.
Many unions art te tilt vanguard of fichtinc for.ft rlfjbta of

PURE 151.5011Sli1StRIPTION. the black man. B may be unfair to single out only roe since torn

art many whoat contributions too often co unnoticed, bat the
TUBES' American Federation of State, County and Municipal! Employeea,

..Ojje'Year12.00 Half Year $7.00al1ed AFL-CK, te doing a yeoman Job of orcaaitlnc underpaid, often
to You Anywhere in the United Sidles unskilled black workers, helping them to via dignity and higher

Subscription parable in Advance ,. G 1J
io PtU International president Jerry wart, helped to bring about
Send Cheek or Koney Order :
k i a union contract for to* Memphis sanitation .workers after the
FLORIDA S'tAJt.P.O: BOX 599JACESONYTLIA long struggle that tragically cost tot lift of Dr. Martin Lntotr

FLORIDA*k hog Jr.
lbs contraction trades unions have historically bad bad

records, freetlac black workers out of hl i-pa-'ic! Jobs .Bat
FINDING A IEHER WAY wt sI1 uldD't let the past blind ustosomt of tot progress they're

maklnc. m ft first its months of tote year minority croup
apprentices te toes unions bare nearly doubled In number. More

II''I'I'I''I'I''i''i''l'l'i--'II''I'III'III' ..i; than half of that dramatic increase cam through tot efforts ota
THE COLLEGE STUDENJ.: SEEAKS "' -1 Joint Urban LeacM-mion procram called LEAP (Labor

Education Advancement Program.) .
.BT NEGRO PRESS WTERXATJOfUi, It', Just too cUb to blindly talk about union disertminatlooand

YOUR WEEKLY anti-elyit rlchts activity without taking Into account tot fact
Some words have a ratter fluid definition which,depending upon ," that Just tilt reveres te tnt for the mainstream of tot labor
circumstances lAd individuals or groups lavolvt Chang from s \ I movement,

Urn to Urn. Of course, much more needs to be boot. Negroes have alwaya
. On such U "welfare" which accord nS to lilt strict dictionary beta among the moat loyal unionist, bat too many unions have

sense, means, "tot stated faring or doing well thriving or HOROSCOPE GUIDE 'J beta too how to tfv*black people ftelr r1&htf1&llbart of powtr-.
successful progress ta life, a good fortune,happiness,well-being II. choice organizing Jobs or union leadership posts. And many still
or condition ot health, etC/' have far to co in rtcrultinc black workers for app 'sdlcuhlp
Closely .linked with U te tht theory of the wtttart state, asocial "" programs and te apnizingmatshopsinlovpayhglodudrlu.

system based upon tot assumption by a political state cIprtau7 PAILO Tie '; : 1 All unions ought to be educating theIr members to tilt dangers
and social welfare of ly ASTROLOGER
responsibility for tot Individual ,
of bigotry and to the fact that racism damages white workers
Iteettlseu.Tht II well u blacks.
latter aspect of "..a1far..W: numerous meaning todlvWjall.depend*. WHICH ARE YOUR Bat oa tilt bole, organized labor te u good a friend of black
of LUCKY DAYS
of Individual or croup \ .
ing ?wn tot viewpoint efforts for totality u exists te oar Imperfect society. Wvt
. For OM tktD f, tt could\ mean tht fringe btntttts enjoyed by lbs -- Cot to work closely with those who support as, and keep trying

working individual- social security health and unemployment to convince board unions that butt on .U-lIttrllt. lies ta
.Insurances, minimum wages and prices, subsides to various FOR building bridges to tot black community.Tht .

segments ot tilt economy, etc. anti-mlon bias that seems to be poring te u indication
Fee. aaatfetr. tt could mess tot less favorable ..... of relief that labor's cams ace.' and that vat'Mrsble
., wholly lees, they are
tendoute to those unable by reason ot health, age, ',1.ltl'h:: : .:J ,.. BUSINESS-ho Y tE V'ELUJIA W;; 1 to anlonbacklach. They need allies, and gnats
to. provide themselves. with tna the. barestrly (, J. ( t 'w Won hvoiv.and. '
of't : r .. \\L ':.J.-:: .l; 't .. !; 1IJ m tbt fight for equal rights tathtbtst-wsy
us. for 'labor to Insert 'tht of-tht buck
when tot wtlfart system first began It wu ..... / .. _N vARIES support cammmttyyladmrka's ,
enough
-- Idealistic
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. 1i .. '. .... ;;. young popte.TElllHG .
htralded u a slmplt and reasonably *+9ctiv means of bridging <
tot c-P bttwtta tbt destitute -nd ft lowtst croup oa tilt other

.aide of tht chum of tspalr.ta IIRRAIIIR
tht ensuing years,however the walfart txlsttnct hu Ucomt SCIIPIO CAPRICRRNIIIR IT LIKE IT AIN'T

a way of lift for miny.. a society wiftla society.. composed of RUN MARCH SEPT. Mil I CT. IEC.
tbott wto unabashedly mate a career out of the fovtmmtot
assistance rolls. 2ttt APRIL 11t.TOI"rt 23rl ICT. 24tt 24t..i. ,: 22.1 22if JAM. lltkYoara Tbt fiOOTBERirCR

Tht recent political campaign wu loaded with tbt lean favor aatW.W. Seek 'a gilding MM1Drstia "
not Son, B'a tilt tntk. 11 eould only
able connotation ot welfart, te a marked change from that which many of yon art following a cu be pretty sire thematlveaor Ct u rood u I pre la Ube way going up Vntfter yes Mow that tilt tumult and the sJwoUnc nas died down now that
existed during the 1964 run to tbt wire. cues And it tabs work lots ao U usually appetra to the of Berries" is a statement that planned tt that ray or lOt,aomt.of wt cu look forward to another four years of tote and that, ..'
Then, when nary Goldwater and Lyndon B. Johnson ware of it, ait.ntimwtatbeeuinskw peopte with whom they come ta may often be heard cominc from your Capricorn art going that a new generation of voters will have matured by the next
locked ta a net for tilt aation's top dike tilt welfart tasuengotfttgovernmentoperaled ot moat everything ala*. B yes contact But they nave their tat frT ftfirf and conclntlousBcorpios. to find ttemstlrta right. Chi Central elttt1oD-4l satins world will ban a chanca to reevaluate -

ctDttrt4 aroeS lee pou1bSe $ art wed. toll U u Imitation moments when they truly are This can bear rt> middte silts spotlUat B II red its ways, to revamp its programs and to work toward
a&d supported Social& Security program by ft Republicans aadft to u tatrannmtnt which,from not, and whea tar nearness of pttltiea, tfcatdayawaeBBtaadarda atactly a comfortable position' the better mtnt that an of u tapect.
tecUtutloa ot a Medicare: program by tilt DmocraU lbs lcag-range point ot slew. a strong shoulder oa wtich that wtrt Ole pride to be !a. White this attracts What cu w* expect There will be a tapering off 1a all artu.Tbtra .
WUhla tow teats ft atrtu cbaaid. Mow ft* tlltmt became U not deemed dealrabl tt.BataraUy to leu would be most welcome. ,of moat at oat Urn, BO lancer admirers by ten atora, U may will bt attempts oa ft*part of some to fight lost causes,
albr Social Stctrlty payB&ta. pPI.DS1oa ot Utdieara and U flatttrlBf to tbtothtr The need may .be felt right at cant for much U many professions. also mats you tht target of to destroy lAd to deny. Yea, and there will be atronc efforts on.tht
cooaidcratloa ot a ruaraatMd minimum tacom or tta eompaaloo, partner to bt allitd to bean because ot a aomewhat la any mat, most dyes detractors, favora.ekra aadJust put of lbs creater number of good people to save off
a atfiliTt Us crtdit procraa.Ifa difficult domestic problem plate cruks. Wbetaer yes .farther untoward happenings.
a puss who tajoya dates will carry oa aceordmc to lone
till same Old dory d wbkh atria pia tilt adraatat ortr and tilt laaaetal and otber1PtC&a1 which may concern the whole tstablUhed principle, far you ban plead attention torouthu Tht writer has lived through several administrations. Mo .two
tilt other. Labor alma with attaacuaeot; I'O'traUDtwUlaprSn1e family u ...u. lastttd at I ..., avcctss or
& priTllecu that co alone art not on to compromise eave i are alike btcaaat ao two individuals art allk*.
todwtry tht rick ap act ft* poor tbt worfcsra acaaat tbtaoaworktra with U. Bat lot, udtrataad1Dc waiting for tilt final conclasloB thtm BO matter what tilt present, tht r of considerable However wt feel that tht Job ot living te aot te living te tilt
; lbs prltlUpd afalait tilt aoa-or aDduprinteftd; lAd a teellnc tbat at or aht U to force final action tt may be treads appear to indicate., ana ot money,win mate little modt of the old Stanley Steamer. Living te creating removing
yonf acaiatt tie old; and lOt tilt lut wattta acalaat blacka,' II&rIDC tilt rt'qO"ln.ItI"-' smarter to try and tate. steps. dlfterenct to those who art redeeoratinc rtbrbl llCo Llvinc ia soaring wholeheartedly.'
aDd other noawhlUa.Corrtctloa art ffrHfl may be tht cement beforehand. 1.10 q 16.63 fafililUllEi trying to ct into tbt ad.Guard without mile. A mal fault lies te our trying to ncurt all
ot aa latqvtty tall by oat crow lawlably lids to that Mffr the nlaUcuhtp all | .80-64.II.41.48<< your BOOM address well or for .....1".. Many of u art faced with lilt problems ot gettingrid
to with tat matt that a coutaat brine Ubet&c better atlO co oa a lone trip
aa taaotty another tilt mart. ADd nut yes art it, ; of mart than wt .have ever needed
wttd at all UDall btwa the nrlou iron, taca trytac whtrt yes art sat likely to be Ube next tour will
tilt things that hart to be dons u.e .' years be years of a4n.ract.....kisses will\
to |*l itatlt Into lbs most ttTorablt petition. for Carlatmu sboald bt fitly RRRUIT.23rl l recofnlntd. Tht leaky ones .double Its t artI. Music will tate on a new aura.
What aced tht abut ot the pamhWa btwa tbt two Praai* .dlacantd guy nonch. RIRN lily among JOlt an thoat rtcelrtncrtcoplrloB Much work mast be don te the field of rtligioa. There te aot
dtatial it lilt redaction ot federal Income REC. or benefits with BOfantara
camntcni? Thin wu 2Ut
sufficient action te
1.10 p .1t-II.i religion co w* cu can tt.Of att tat
tazM which' cavt ft* Uhulon that ao oat wu payta tor tat 22ilJlRt.. lltl yWit tilt choice Btotreiraa >> whatsoever; major) pMlosophlta, religion ban suffered most with biu and

velars or poverty procraau It'. a. trtad. What with all' Important rote to be tilted a.'IO U 1$ ./3.151 prtjudict. Yet most wars hart been te aomt part of religious.
!Now bowtTtr, those cam tans lAd tying costs ban soared TAIRIS the monetary opt and downs' whether tt la administrattn There win always be strife, but theta should never arise tot
and tbt blame la befog hid oa wUart lAd Its rtelpitata for lbs that art keepinc tilt world on political, dramatic or social ARRARIRSRRRH drag turbulence wearing at the threshold at lovt and friendship,

climbing cOlt of Urine.WHY MIR AFRIl pins and ws w. ftt Idea of many Sagittarius are gong What.. must do, wt most do BOW. -
.
2ltl MAY, 2ltltf brag somewhat mart constr to bt tilt tairtrsal choices. B UR.2Rti I speak to tilt churches everywhere, to leaders everyvfcert
nun. is being Bdnnctd in Clue. art aaydltstnttncTolctsaad .: Opta your doors to thost who art afraid to com ta ..... '
ARE NEGRO !tatrt' la a probtem of an many qoartera. '.And what laiBort. there are bond tabs some FER. Silk church fife hu become stereotyped that maay who love ch'
oeopatlanal or health Dalwt.U It la -lite have left U.Sometimes a ChrUtianOmlstt
btinc tab 9. they most likely win be drowa.td A BW you tmtrfta. Friends almost ImpoatM
will sat Hake it diaapptar to iDueuJDcl1l1..1ou to "hold out to tot and.
circles oat by Ube reins approval may loot at JOlt te wonder
S
aay aoftlnt, and totry and worry lawn it is rtallMd that tot from tbt majority. Sumo asking ftemselres why tt te Docma te aot to be useduawhlpp&c stick for ..... The Umt
ATHLETES OQJSfANDING'ITo It away. tbs contrary ottta la stability of thaaatiQu tu com for broadmladedntsa. The time hu
depends* bahlac-tha-sctoea manentr* that they never saw so many come for aa to set
tat cut.. Yes owt It to lowed' Shy and. parhaps, tD fI11'' inc may b*necessary especial* facets of your natur*that eteded together to talk: on with another, to create sly for good.and
to clean and follow.
:oat* coma tt tbt thritt and in with for the right
frugality of ry connection sanrica them
tilt Editor baton Cm your bastepMlnsfTtitea
Negro athtetea hm tads outataadlBC rteorda tht Otynpiea.Vhy .. Ube advice that pal ass offer J' jopls.: lid financial matters. tnem to bt takinc How strange It te that wt rush to our sanctuaries: one a week
m rttara. K tilt atrricaa of.proftu1aa1 a
lid yet close tot moat ot them totals
? pnct1tSGDar art l40.UVK.7t.OSIIIIIAIC. J.&a.au.lI.qaUlCEI a novel tart and yes may no, days. Ta important thing. .
Only now, a conaldtrablt numbs ot Ntcrota art gong to.coUll" Irtd obtain thtmwithtot.bMitaUoa lancer bt reticent aba**meal* te that wt reach oat Into tilt ways of life.
That la da totbs real economic pJu mada by Mcrota, ;NI with tot object otbtiaf YlHI inc them toaaraa* who carts Sorely tht church cu step out te tilt highways and Instead of'
u Fair Implojnaat Practk laws bcla to ba accepted and tread to Ustaa. B may>a wiser not to teing' away from tat common aob, touch all.Tht church te Oat '
the Ftdtral Gortriataf procram ot making otaninytdimtiubtfort HIM Jllf2il try and convert tht old tortea all,.but the approach must be ao directed that all cu share.
wWp cilio avallablt to poorer paraou throoch lbs G.C > .Cariftmaa.JEMWI& 2iri IT. 22i. whit YIna....miracle Perhaps there oI&I4.Ii'! restadving nf 1UCbSCli..o.all
I. to .n .11. .at JILT 22il and wlthto\ their
CoauhDf
iMnrfti'Mi Program large- e Perhaps religions leaders'
BW ot Slhta aad lbs National Ptftmt -i takes from: heaven could not cIIa.apt
with iia loins IllS craata to collect atadeats.TJiirmaItka art B plaanmt. Owing to Ba all around yoa. WhatertrBappens ;a would only aaIIpbt than::: old give lIOn Urn to giving to all the blessings of normal.
also btciaataic to accept Negro dsd nta. tvs tboaca tby art l .the mtticvlotai look cart with which that may bt termed )lit to express aa optetea that .Wtq ..ht church cannot remain ta status quo .

lOt roll alind academically btcaaat ot tilt joparatt butvatqul 'RIRI MAT yoa after trarythiac yes waal or tztraordinarylsjastu runs contrary to their path.I.Orh16.63.771 ,
aot to watt imtfl
art apt tht last
all that of ftm pt. likely to around tht
adoration which wu maul could occur
Thu pottflUal Mtcro aftlttoa art colt BOW btctaalac to ct 21st ]HUE :Mil day to plu sad for cUI-tbs rlDc ymltttdtporsvlts donto horn and tamfly u It ia aay. THE HACK SOtltEKS

the colleCt coaching and tralaiac that many. w<ta hart cottta Mow comta,the ta.ttnct yon the bat detail. Yea will want "'''t'tl8t. With Uranus Tht ninth
military towards Black
'
t soldiers ta
all Jitter lid Mars in tht solar PISCES stay ways te
a1aDc are finally settled m tht home
to know what Will bt u extension of tot whole
nttded.who notion
This raltta tilt OBMtloa ot lbs wad to spa collect and pro'hulonat of yoar' cbolca. or ahooldbt,tat 4a bout, how could It bt of America towards Backpeople.
BU to bt Tht Black
training mart tally for Mtfrou. Jut u Negro Job of obtaialactat ri&*tnralahiaca rmembrtdand otherwise? Plan oa aaTlagparttea h Mi" relltl -. mu cu be extremely nsefuL, tJMcialry te
)lit azactly how aaaca all this times of troubte. Ht cube -=-rapcI to jail the
military
athlttta art Uroralnc ootcUadl&c wbta ttey bar for tilt lint and decors may btBtxL andctlebratloaa Mil; 2ft.Toa'rt mawnail
is cotaa to coat Vhfl this is tau to te
time a rail chaac in conaldtrablt aju&bua collect eoachmc,' This btmc tht ymkUd* which friends and cambers of prttty. participate any other endeavor, becanst ttrepresents
hart trtmtadoai ndtnloptd potaatlal of a compliment to yog efficiencylad tat family may btinrited under attttef Whether u isolated environment ta which then stuns to be.
ao Negroes may a arias, it a&oald not bt too ,
admlalstratlTt aww.. tasploytd, te chare ao racial or cultural -
jj ,. preferences.
scholastic la medkln and pfeyalcal telenet own roof whta this cubs a ntl
ability blolofflcal dtmcEtt to kids your
pan arono;
may make tt dUOeiJt for tat 4, It weal u tt mart Military peopte. know of the problems and
engine tlsg. taw, finance, and bulntaa, provided they pt tot (W tritnda and mtmbtra of tht other mentors of tilt IIoueboIdo arraactd. This may mean meet* te more that can be don to Egret peopte te American cities..They frustrations that
tnly peat opportmttlaa which oa u attract toy Mttxa immlly to u to pride them into tag ale ant ant only n goo caplallae M thteBy
bt aomewhat improve tht economic pkturts tncowmginc Buck
.bays It mate adacatloaal tpjmi. may mora .... enllsrments and ra-tnltetmente. by cttlntojDorAntttea
opportmltita trey iaterastlac
BOW. wt making choice that will ass r a powerful
Mtcroaa almost cartamlywrnadTancttrtmtadoaalylaacadtiUe, vim appronl/Yoa liberal this. tsar and to ptrmtt peraoa la your carttr forming White It cannot: ba said that yes tor jertloptet manhood pride p tnioiIsd. lid awolf
can4bt
roar them a bit tadMdaaltratdom could ba aaywfttra Bear baiac omtr tzctttec thinp white taratefldch
cltatifle and butnaaa fleldt lit .. mora Btw and vanmbte social payi anda. tiactto
\fI "tprortd
prottadoDaL ) aa fy lIOn dint with yoor matt I IIIIU4. COB.Btcttons
to1 ta. want teal tht pinch .
or lIOn > ramp
oi tii in autotlca a chanca.B money aad of
>i1lnc and, ptrhapa, txtract tbt prl BO Itsstr'importanet
sock alma broutM Dot by Bla>at costs know
StCBTtty btachlmd. toothattoealcapaKtsiactaof
may Black who'
oar predominantly white falla to do that old Tulsa matt ft MlecUomyoar bIting the teaui *
taut&a. JIdIII1ca vlateraslse into .
or Co Uaacks
? atektef app ....
America u wU u ft Negro cn P will low tht adtdas ,tlf. for mating you abode tilt bistagsas
..
la Bald back ta
tat
lOW wadtrtloptd, which I would be anilabte U opporbmiilta for professional occupations.C.TO.M.S.U.444 .bttef- ... rtapanBfide. 'know ghettos, to C&Ut racial talon ftIr also
1M death '
r---.u klda rats cUlaekg Ia
., aamblt u.
are optntd la a tray decree. '
a.o ..""'I .11. M.. fq 4 ;.to.. IS 11 n 101 '1. 1019. 11. 17. US "'maaaa ftwar Blacks coming back to tbe'|hthos:> bt dtaja'''


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:Indianans Receive KAB Awards As Leaders In "Women For Beautification" I I

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Sigma Gamma' Rho Keeping America.Bea. tifu( Mrs. LyRaloN B. JolmsoR Speaks I

.1 ,; tM:1
Links Council Basileos '

'AddressesSt. 1/' #? A t; To Large Group And Laids
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Release Louis U lit ,4KAB ; : 4EW YORK Mrs Mattle Coney, tn entire director 1

Seeks To ST. LOUS-Dr Lorraine I mdlanapolls' nationally-known Citizens Forum me., was presented

A Williams, grand heatless of ,,0. a special "Women for Beautlflcation" award ller.Kanmber

the Sigma Gemma RhoSororlty, ... 19 by Keep America BeautIfuL Inc.
Talent Of YouthCINCINNATI be.spelled oat a new focus of The award, a piece of colorful BeaaU kaUCII" awards to stt
Interest for the national organization mounted Libby art elaM and t ,other women. They were: Mrs.
when, at'a public library of atl-Uter films,was Anna Marie Abbamonte youth
The Executive Council of National Links, Incorporated meeting at the Union Memorial presented to Mrs. Coney at coordinator of the Beautify
met in executive: session in the Sheraton-Gibson United Methodist Church, she KAB's first "Salute to Women Bridgeport (Conn.)Cornell;
Hotel for three days recently, and projected) new thrusts outlawed hating, pranks and for Beautlflcation" luncheon by Mrs William B.Clark aad Mrs*
In rechannellng its program and structure to meet the demands purely social activities u I' Mrs Lyndon B. Johbscm,ands Carl W. Raffenreder, vice
at toe present "Era of Dynamic Dimensions," U it extends guidelines for success.Dr Reuben L. Perm, chairman of presidents and directors of

"Ortward Reacb and Upward Thrust". Williams, of Washington, .the national anti-litter organi CLEAN R.I.J Mrs Parker C{
The three mechanistic frame. scribed $60,000.Seveateei D.C., reviewed the activities silica '. board of directors. Kalloch, Jr., chairman ci Keep
works for achieving these goals members of the of the sorority and came to St. The salute luncheon, at which New Mexico Beautiful, lac.;
are termed Program Areas; Executive Council coming from Louis to participate In the program Mrs Johnson alsowashonored, Mrs. Valley M. Knudsen, president
(1) Services to Tooth, (?)Freedom all parts of the country were featuring climaxed the second day of a of Los Angeles Beautiful,
and the Fine Arts, andS Involved In structuring waysto Week The theme FOUdtU1' two-day meeting commemorating and Mrs Houston McNutt,
( ) national Trends and Implement Its Program meeting was "Greater Service KAB's 15th anniversary. mayor pro tern of Paducah, Ky. i
Services. National President Dimensions and to plan for for Greater Community Pro MA Perks said Mrs. Coney Mrs. Johnson also was the '
Vivian Beamon, structured the tilt General Assembly which gress." : aM was selected for the special recipient of a special KAB
innovative dimensions in the win meet in Cincinnati 1970. The eminent leader emphasized award In recognition of tbe award "In lasting recognition

extension of oar thrusts which One of the highlights of tilt the need of a knowledge .....r "OI taDdlne accomplishments: of her contributions to a cleaner
shall be Links' responsibility Board meeting was the warm of Negro history. of tilt Cltltens Forum in titter- and more beautiful America.'
.throughout the nation for the hospitality of the Cincinnati Greek letter organizations prevention and beautineatloa .Her award was the first la a
ensuing two years, andregards particularly Chapter which hosted u Inspirational have lost someof their Infieenc, at the community leve 1," continuing series that will be
with to these luncheon for the on college campuses according, I The Forum, working tnrougn< known u the Mrs. Lyndon B.
Program Areas group at the Stoffer's Motel to the leader,' but the Sigma block clubs-761! of them were Johnson Award tt will be given
The UW"Berriet.totouUa", on Saturday,_November II. "thrust" Is having effect. active la mid-196-conducted annually to a woman who has
program In its new throsts win Dr. Williams Is assistant dean ). massive litter and trash clean- made an outstanding contribution
be farther geared to meet one WORLD OFIOOKS of the ColleCt of Liberal Arts AWARD-Mrs.; Martin. Cnrigbt( ), eaecdlvedrector, Citizens Forum, me., Indiana- mi campaigns 1861,I H1,and to the anti-Utter movement
of the most powerful challenges and Sciences at' Howard polls, md.presented a ""Women for Beautlflcation" award by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson 1961 to remove debris from the MrsCoaey, In addition to
of the tarred decade to provide University. Under her guidance (center) and Reuben R. Perlri, chairman* of the board of directors of Keep,America Beautiful, homes, streets and yards ofIndianapolis. being honored by RAH nerved
meaningful experiences for the more than ZOO freshmen are Inc. The presentation was made at a luncheon In New York In connection with KAB's 15th u a panelist at a workshop
children In the black ghettos working In the community annual meeting. The award consisted of a mounted art glass (seen U picture)and a library More than 4,000 tons of dlscussloa on"Government

and other dlsadvantaged areas. FALL FROM GRACE, Written around Waahlngtoa Sigma. of litter-prevention films. rubbish were collected In 1966, Citlsen Action" held In conjunction
Links are aware that the nation by Mlton| YiorsU Published: by and in excess of .160,000 tau with KAB'S two-day
moves forward only when youth NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY, Miss FAMU la 1967. The 1961 campaign annual meeting
is motivated to fully prepare WO, New York U7 pp., $5 80 NCNW Has exceeded all previous achieve ..
themselves for functioning In bard eonr. ..nt.. In Mrs. Coney's words,
today's world. In the early part of DIe year, "continuing Interest forced one'

In its program emphasis of before tile primaries began,. Use postponement after anotberiof NEWS DEADLINE
Freedom and the Fine Arts", Milton Vlrost's "Fall From $3,000,000 For the project's termination date.;

Links, Inc. seeks to release the Grace,"_was published B The Ideal of a never-ending, All news should be la the Florida
latent talents and the oadla- examines the Repbulican Party accelerating cleaaap snort Star Office by Tuesday at Ip.m.If .

covered potential of creative and the puritan ethics behind 4 began talllltoapproach, you should mall your news,It
youth. In augmenting this pro. Its Ideologies and policies. By Small Business reality." should be mailed Monday so that
gram It will also provide for While the boot explores the Mra. Johnson and Mr. Perlapresented U will reach our office by Tues
Links opportunities to sustain GOP In depth, giving the conditions LAB "Womtn for day.
through ciltaral enrichmenttheir that made the need for 17, "" The National Ccuncll of Negro Women announced a Development
appreciation for Art In such a party possible, lilac, porporatloa with $1.00 from each of 1,100,000 members at-
all of Us varied dimensions. by comparison, points op a the closing of Us thirty-third annual convention at the Statler- [
The new thrust of Freedom and great deal about the Democrats, Hilton Hotel la Los Annies. last we ek

the Fine' Arts in 1941-70 will and how circumstances can play This huge aaaol.Di-ai capital mad by the whites can run the 'Now: relief for
be Its plan to work toward the an Important part In the selection 4 will enable black business to gamut from economic strangnlation pure

presentation of exhibitions of or rejection of a party have starting money for enterprise to death. dry problem skin
the works of both past and or a candidate. according to Miss

contemporary Afro-American Below 1s a Quite from the Dorothy Height, national vttnm( mtoinM HUT aim your
Artists to be opened U 170In prologue of the book written president. These funds wW be shin the richer moisture U iw4i for
conjunction) with the 17th long before November I, 1961 managed by Clarence Jones CalenderEvents' ,retfc1.I.. from chapping,from dry I
National Assembly In Cincin "...! political party's electoral vice president of WelU Carter ..h';...y ... To keep your skim
nati.national victory dots not necessarily and Berliner and members of oofurounrrlook.Yeu .
Treads lidUnIc..1Ia mean that It tau received the New York Exchange. _Ingtnil {On ..-;
Us outward teach a misdate to gevera.'The ,.;More.than WO Made< bforgaalaatloas .. Ytr' '''v.'lrljlttr-" .
and award Americas.. .electorate ..,., lot Parti heard the' )',trowm! ,Jelly. ,
to help push democracy A because it approves elf Party Miss pi' 1& ,
eoeouragemmt made: by .11'
,
forward, la this program A's program; tt may also vote 'f. Height. AL mere than fer I'}
Links stand on the ramparts for Party A, however, because Convention highlights/ Included Washington ..tber'brands, eftwtrolvum
of our current octal order tt has become disenchanted with Court- J lly .
addresses by Fannie Hamner. 104 of but ikln It ,
Court No.
Washington your
examining the Da11oaI1 l trends Party B, the party In power civil rights worker, lid '
rllilllORANGE
In government, civic. activities, The book 1s full of predictions i'l U I- director of the Mississippi the Heroines of Jericho meets $ '
and voluntary ...'Ic..llor4er u4 presents background information and December 6'at fpm at the tr
Democrats
Freedom Party
to Identify those areas human Insights that will s0 rk4t Attorney Frankie... Freeman, Temple;410 Broad Street.Mrs.
concern where Links throughout readir some notionwhat :( i )$ only member of the Commission Loris Campbell Most Ancient
the ..uCIIIDIJ render inks Matron Mrs EBratsr.porter
of to the
expect during on Civil Bights sad r
-.l. .....
President Beamon Issued the
next four yar.
of Delta Theta ,
president Sigma
TALLAHASSEE: Fla. Her RIgtDSUYTOntL Hicks, "Kiss 8emt4svtnga Club
clarion call to Negro women B also manages In some Instances ,
for the 1966-41 school at Florida AiM University, Sorority The Semi Savings Club will
to lend their efforts In Influencing to poAIap> clearly the FAMU" year Freeman related
the policy decisions mistakes the Democrats made will reign supreme over the Tampa Orange Blossom Classics Attorney Incidents of meet Monday la the home of
of local and national boards and the unpredictable nature The Tampa classic will be played In Tampa Stadium, Saturday, national numerous) major to .. Bessie hicks, Sill Lobelia .
ftlllif
which operate U the arena ofpuhUe of voters November JO; with the FAMU Battlers facing the tough Texas companies Street, at I p'".The Bible
services for all mankind. Viorst a graduate of Botgers Southern Tigers from Houston The SBth Orange Blossom Classic comply with government and regulations verse begins with the ,Letter I IKkkorr IS

The nature dournntsmporsrysociety College, received masters darts will be played Miami's spacious Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday scales concerning U the State jobs of Alabama.pay T Mrs Elnora Small Upresident.
with! Us many perplexing degrees from Harvardand night December 7, with the Battlers playing host to the'AJcoraAi1l Freeman selected .
Attorney as
College Braves from Lorman. Miss. Miss Hicks
problems also offers an Columbia.
from Miami and the daughter of u example the City of Bellamy1- District No. I
opportunity for every LIIIk to Is a secretarial science major
where the American Car Company
make a grass roots contribution, .Mrs Alfa M. Lumpkln who resides at IJO> Grand Avenue In has sawmill a quul.co.p. District No. I of the St Luke
In Court a ,
a its proectionontbentlonl- K1ud. Baptist Church will meet with
.
.
store, segregated
Mrs Gertrude Both, M4 West
level, as It Implements the
facilities for
decision to stvport the National "Hick. .r..I" Gets Great housing lacking school 17th Street Sunday December
Negroes and a ooe-room U. Still Is
Urban League's new thrust to 1, at 4.30 pm
children with
the black community of 1100,000 for Negro no president. M. Armstead 1s
PoliroM
Frog For ProejriMS
running water.
this board session. leader and Soy W J. Troysll
The leases the storeto
gat having sub- A grant from the Polaroid Corporation will make U possible; a company private business which It pastase %f
Jo continue production of REDS "Black Journal" series Into e ::
deducts bills for ford stsvlles
Florida Junior 1969, U was IIIDOaDCIIut week by John F, White,president from the earnlnp of the Negro at ':11 ,.

el National F4\rttkinM Television workers.'The leader continued The test business meeting of

College Coarse NET has been setting business"support the continuation of the series." to show that voting Alabama the Community 85. Club will
for continuation of Mr White expressed NETS Is a matter heroism.Punish be November n.MUHI. :
1."Black Journal which originally appreciation of the Polaroid A
At SfiBtoi NighT began as an experiment. grant. "B 1s our convictionthat I L

A Polaroid spokesman said he 'Black Journal' is a valuable -
Florida Junior College at.
.e hoped the company's grant series undimllciled anywhere
Jacksonville (FJC)is now otter
would stimulate other businesses In television "IIr White
lie a course In electronics
to consider the series said. "The Polaroid grant represents BLOSSOMCLASSIC
New Stanton High School one Se11IceIllllt
"Wheel that the program has a milestone incorporate -
of FJC's II adult centers.
The class meets twice each made a major,contribution in sspport of. public a
developing racial pride and enhancing television."
week Tuesday and Thursday
on MESBELEMWADC'Miss understanding of the Tbe series, which has been
evenings from 7 to 10 p m
.ofbdustrlal Helen Wade,a sophomore black man's problems by the on the air since June, has '
John B. Idles supervisor
white he said favorable UNIIT CHIPS LSAT:
Education Board of speech correction major from Comllllll J/ received highly .
In "We hope that the Polaroid from critics and the
Public Instruction said "The Tallahassee, will serve response
purpose\ of the course, Is toprovide "111II FAUlTs- codrt during1 grant will act as a catalyst to viewing audience, both black lEI|MS NIGHT'DEC.1
the technical the Tampa and Orange Blossom other corporations In aiding and white
necessary
a 1
clntllE1i.IIEU
content and skills to prepare classics.Attendant I

the student for entrance Into CLASSES ORANGE BOWL \
the expanding electronics Industry NEW ADULT .
at a pre-determlaed

level Lottus of proficiency.added that the course Stsr1l11Mir:' '25,' i 1MI IH: PM ,1I1't lEimiYirncE florida AIM vs.Alcore College

Includes theory and skills .. ,ENROLL NOW!
necessary specialise Home lift
Entertainment Systems Radar '.. Chss
peslitil 1 Aide. J
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Computer and Micro-wave Circuits Technology andSystems *' Ctsfclir-Silis clerk "g:'1. ''I' 1PM:: '

Instrumentation and e I
Process Control, Industrial ?J J?': "IMirfiitii Tmhir'* AUiGroup SIT: AH SHUT

Electronics and Control Systems. a

James.. Steele, Instructor for .M.'"Indivi&ral 1 InstrnctioaGuitarJpiano r 11:111: 'II, 3PM:

the course, was graduated In r
1966 from the PhUco Technical -Voice Trump rumii -
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.m SwfcrtiM ttJS SUS T.hotTICKETS
bstituU and has had 10 years Saxophone-Flute--Oboe 'Trombone-Viola
work; esperlenct in the Bass-Tulja BOB SMITH :ON SALE NOW!
electronics field.Be was chosen French Hdrn-Theorj 'String a UM-UM MMM &*W U'=tkl tUnr at*pot iw..r
14 SHMM* |M- S CM* taw 7? AMU torAtM.il
STAB teacher of the year In19C7 r kttM.1104 ML 14 CM TirQ tan. 111*, IM***
Violin-CeUo L- Ow ..... nn ali m. ye pr
by tilt Student-Teacher .... a**dr il Ui teM V.M. .=
Achievement Recognition pro MSS LQNMIS' WESLEY I FASHION STUDIO ... -\t\: m** in* AM*. nn ril

gram. Miss Lads Wesley,a junior Bolden's College :H.WIIJe.: r..w'U: rii : =*a- CR .u'ua.s'
Interested persons may sociology major from Chartshoochee : .... =
"tats' ;;
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register Tuesday or Thurs "Miss wen =
any will serve In _...
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FOR TOO BUSY THROWING FOR RIOTING MOLOTOV S UpYi 1 :" u BE EQUAL J


.Published_ .bJ.tbt.Florida'Btar Publishing Company COCKTAILS. LEAF t4JHG I ) f fc) *j *****''
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m LMvrr a met BY WHIT5KT U.'TOUHO, JR.
MTOIOf T/RCM/WCT!
OF SK'U
of TM! IuNrNDONNI LABOR AND THE BLACK COUMUOTTTOrtudsed
MEMBER;: KTnPv6AN

labor bu been taking: quite UcUnc these day*. it
f baa been blamed for everything from rising price to Jobdiscrimination.

YR Bt 'n Events Ilk tb* Me* York teacher strtk Bat
},{ s ns timed at killing community control of tb* schools haven helped
nt.u'
N G TlONAL labor's mare among black American,bat mack of th* criticism

c of Ib.* labor movtmentl* unfair. ..

.... I teller* that, wben n loot at the wools picture, labor Is
strongly on lilt side of social justice and equal rights,'ft
.
'I.: performed a treat ferric in pulling the rug cot from ender

ERIC 0. SIMPSQR..MARA.IR6 EDITH 'J'j George Wallace' attempt to

-rack up t bug blue-collar

JILIA leoniUCIRCIUTIOK NARACEI rot for hi* message of bat*.
/ t Tb AFL-CX did t wonderfal ,
educational Job, showing It*
2323 M9RCIIIT MAI T member the danfer tb* Wallace -

j candidacy: meant to' belt

:NONE 354.S7I2 MAILING lintss Job "** paycheck f,

Orcanlted labor baa backed .Y _

,... IN 511 JACKSIRTILLE' FLIIIDA bra the strike workers of, the predominantly California I 1A WP 1!.' .

ltealcu-Amerkebs suffering
32211 from the tarn discrimination black know *o 11'...."... ft bej :""c-'.
to mood the nationwide boycott of jape that we aU bop *111
MIAMI lUlU 5111 .... lift AIE. / result u t fair union cortract for those beleagared farm worker:

PURE 7513171S055CR1PTION Many. ]deal are la tile vanguard' of fighting for.the right oftb
.* black man. B may be unfair to single oat only one doc then

'RATES' are many what contribution too ode to unnoticed, bat the

,(;je,Year, 12.00 Half Year, $7.00 American Federation of State, County,and Municipal Employee,
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United Stiles ; AFL-CD, I* doing a yeoman Job of organising underpaid, often
nitllted black worker,helping then to via dignity and higher
Subscription payable in Advance

Send Cheek or Honey Order Co: piny. tntenatlonal president, Jerry Wort, helped to bring about

FLORIDA stAR P.O. BOX 599 t talon contract for the llemphi canltatloo worker, after its

JACESOICVILLE, FLOMDTt220 l re S lone struggle that tragically cost tbe life of Dr. Martin Lather

Zing Jr. .
f
Tbe cooctractlon trade unions bar bictorically bad bad

FINDING A BETTER scads, freeting black worker oat of bt b-pyfag Job .Bat
WAYt3MWSMWMaWV5enMMBTO we shouldn't let Ole put blind us to some of ate prop-en they're

waking. m tb* first sir months of ml year, minority group

'- apprentice la these unions bar nearly doubled in number. More
THE COLLEGE STUDIJJ/SEJJS( | w / SM 9 IIIIII'II"I" yl- than half of that dramatic lncru came through' tbe efforts of
I a Joint Urbaa LeagM-unioa program called LEAP (Labor
.BY ncRn PRESS DrrCRNA'nONAL! 4 I Education Advancement Program)

ICs Jut too glib to blindly talk: about union discriminationand
torn word have t ratter fluid definition which,depending. YOUR WEEKLY antl-cWl right activity without taking Into account the net'
circumstance tad Individual* or group Involve Chang from that Jut the cans i* tn for the mainstream of the. labor
"
time to time. movement.
. One such is "wtUare wtlch,according to the str let dlcttonary, Of cairn, nock more need to be bone. Negroes bar always

state, mean, "11e state of faring or doing well thriving or, beet among the mat loyal unionists, bat too many union bare
occessful progress la life, a good fortune,happiness, -bdat HOROSCOPE GUIDE J 1 bee too low to gtv*black people their rlghtfil stare of power
or condition of health etc." choice ganlsing Job or union leadership post*. And many aWl
Closely .linked with U Is the theory of th* welfare state, asockl bar far to go m recruiting black workers tor apprenticeship
system based upon th* assumption by t political state ot program tad ta organising nreal apsIslow-payingindustries.
primary responsibility tor the Individual tad social welfare ofIticttlaeai. I. By MHO Tlit ASTROLOGER All union oagbt to be deating their member to the danger

of bigotry, tad to fie fact that slam damage whit worker
The latter aspect of relfm"h bat numerous meaning,depend* u well u black*.

Mng aqua the viewpoint of u Individual or group mdlvidijaU.. ,WHICH ARE"YOUR LUCKY DAYS But oath.* wtole, organised labor 1*u good t friend of black;
. For one thing, tt could mesa the fringe benefit enjoyed by the t 1>1. efforts to equality u exists la our Imperfect society. W.',
working individual social security, health tad unemployment.insurances got to work cloMly with those who support as, and keep trying
. minimum wage. and prices, subsidies to various I FORif to canes laggard talon that their on selMnUrest lies la
segments of the. economy, etc. building bridge to the black community. -
For. anot&rr It could... th* less favorable image of relief The snt!-rnicu bU that mm to be growing' 1* at IMfr tlon'
o 'oatmrbaadouU to that unable by reason. ot health,age that labor gala treat
BUSINESS-LOVE--TRAYEL I # wholly petite and that they art TtlMraM -
I
,TTffBf etc'L'O''provide themselves. with eve* lilt' barestaersBlflM 5fi! ( J era to assl-aatm. .'CrdlaaL They teed title, tad greater"
of m.. : M r lttso.lnci'eRa. tm tbt fight lor equal right* Lthbefwiy
Jecttarly enough,whet the. welfare system first began tt was ..,. AQI.. liaR. 15t 11 for labor-to Insure 'the support of the black comaiauytnd

.heralded ta a simple and reasonably .Lon. mean of bridging" '... .. erica's Idealistic .people. .
the gap between the destitute tad th* group on the other

.sloe of the chasm of espalr.la .
tilt ensuing years,however,the. welfare existence bat becomea ARIES IIIIAMIR iciirio CAP IICIIN
way of life for mint--* society within society- composed! of MIR MIICI2ist SEPT. MIR ICT. TElllHG IT LIKE IT AIN'T
DoM who marnshedly make a career out of tilt government MIR IEC.

'assistance rolls. mn( unTour 2ri ICT. 24ti 2et. NS,. Slid
Th recent political campaign was loaded with lilt lea favor Seek Slid JAR. 1I(| ne IOUTBE1OOR:
not that'busy. Sure, a guiding hand,.Ubrans .', the cruta. "U 1 could
able connotation of welfare m t marked change from abet which only
existed during the 1H4 run to the Win. moray of you art toUowtng a caa be pretty...of themselves get u good u I give U the way TouT going up. Whether. you Mow thai the tumult tad the hooting la* died down BOW that
ears.,. ADd it takes of soit usually appear* to thepeople planned tt that way or tot torn*
lots ,
Johnson work of suvlcs" U a statement that we look forward *
Then, when Deny Goldwatsr tad Lyndon B. were caa to another four year of thl*and that, DOW
with .of
locked la a race to th* nation's top ofOc. th* weltar Uses of tt, ott.oti.sshesuclaaicl whom they com mcontact. may often be heart]coming from your CaprlcomUas. are going that a new generation' of voter will hat matured by the next
But to find
of most everything' sis*. I you they have their the efficient themselves right ta the .
centered around the possible damping of the governmentoperated moments tad conscientiousScorplos. general election the .entire world will hare a chance to reevaluate -
tad supported Social Security program by the Republicans tad are wed, this Is u Invitation vhea they truly ar This eta bear r.petlttea mlddls cubs spotlight. I Is sot Its way, to renmp It* program tad to work toward
not and whea the comfortable
exactly '\
the Institution of t Medicare program) by the Democrat to u estrangement which,from Beamess of theie days, whea posldoa the betterment that an of u expect: ,
a strong shoulder to be Ira. Wall Ibis
tb whka attracts
Withia tour years, th* stress changed. Mow the them became long-nag point of ynit to oa standard that wars th* pride What eta we expect? There eiub t tapering off la tH tret*.
leu would b most... admirers th tt
by
1 *
Social of Medicare tadconsideration not deemed of most, tt on* Urn so longer score, may Ther will be
the
higher Security payments erpairttoa Th need also asks attempt oa part of tome to fight bat can***,
ot t guaranteed minimum Income or tt*companion, naturally 1* nattering to th* bobs because may 'be belt right tt count to muck la anypotw detractors you tb* target of to destroy and to deny. Tea, tad Wets win b* strong efforts OB
otter partner to b* allied to of a somewhat sions. b event most of ft.Yar..w.1I4 .the" of the
a spars tax credit program difficult any you fast part greater number of good people to stave oft
If* sir same old story of which side caa gait th* tdvutag over a puce who enjoys status domestic problem will carry oa according to long plala cranks. Whether you farther untoward happening.
th* other. Labor via with management government with private ud tb* iltttcltl and other which may concern th.* whole established principles, to you have gamed atteaHos. through The writer bat lived through literal administration.Mo two
Industry; tbs rick against th.* poor; lilt worker against a.Yorker. .* special privileges thai go along family u well Itileaf of art tot ass to compromise with u achievement, a success or are attxe.because ao two individual are alike. -

:sos- *; th*privileged against tb* ...-_ underprlvltefed; tad with a tt.feeling But tea that. udlnwd1DC U or she is to waiting toe to final th*action final,conclusion tt may besmarter them. BO matter what the preset. ?. th sum.* receipt of matey of,wlfl a foasldertbl wake IttUsdlflerene Bovever we feel that the Job of living U tot in living la the
th old and tot th. least whites blacks treads appear to indicate. mode of the old Stanley Steamer.
young against against sharing lbsrs'poalDllUle.thst to try tad tab steps. to those who are Living Is creating,removing
tad other noa-whltes. ave entailed: may be th.* cement beforebaad.IMM.1I.U4U. I.$0.U.U.42.$4sAIlITiJI' trylag to get too the tct.08rdJOU' redecorating, rthrbI IIIC- Living Is sating wholeheartedly t
.
Correction of ta Inequity felt by one groop>> Invariably lead toat that binds tbe. relationship! all bobs address wen or without aulic*. A great feat lies la our trying mure t all
iaeqiity to another, with th* resttt that a constant battle 1s! better wn for oar.l.... Many of as are need with the problems of cettlnc
the mor*. ADd while are It go oa a long trip
you ,
being waged tt tU times between the various groups, each trying rid of more that we hare ever seeded
s1u.
th* things that U" to be dome FOIl Ut tot likely tontotais III
to pt Itself Into the most favorable position. UI'lIil The next tour year' will be years 0I1dn.Det1Dellt.1deDet win
4. Tb
to Christmas lack
should be one*
What caused the shift date pendalua between the two Pr sslosaUal fully ISIS I.,. .daabSt Ita arta. M\IIJc will tale ..I aura.
those
discussed early ..,.p. JUT tmong you are receiving
campalgnsT Then, tt was the reduction of federal Income lard IEC. list rscogBttioa or beaeftts. with BO Much work sand be don la the. field oaf n aa'ilere Is not
taxes, which gave DIe illusion that ao one was paying for the lIOMltI.IllTHUS! .22af j.11thIre ; fanfare whatsoever; sufficient action m religion U so ve It.OTaQth*
welfare or poverty programs. first Tow'tt the. choice IT there 1 major P"V'rtl1c1oa, has Buttered most. bias tad
Mow however, those came tams tad living costs soared, the a trend. win all u'l Important role to tit hues, J.70-81.11-4J. prejudlc will most la torn part aI.
and the blame is being laid oa welfare and its recipients to the' monetary up tad downs' whether Itlt administrative, Ther b suite.betbass should arias tile
climbing cost<< of living.WHY 1111 Wll that ar keeping tb.* world oa political, dramatic or social 'AU1IIIJ strong tetuleac wearing tt the. threshold of love and frleadshlo.
PUS and needles, tbs Idea ot mil Saglttirtans. art going What' we must do, we must do tow. -
2ltl : MAT. 2ft beat somewhat mars causer.vttiv to be the. universal choices. K MIR 'JAR.2W Ispeak to a... chaxches *verywhere.' to leaders everywhere
::
ARE NEGRO It ther'la a problem of U Is being'And advanced la mere lit say dissenting... f QIta your doors to IIaoat no art abaldto coos Ia ... rnnkty.
occupational or health nature, many quarters. what Is and there are bound to be some!. II.11th cbcti life base beeOllle llereotJped that waq wtao love Qarda
It will aot mate It disappear to IBOT, tt I* being takes up they most likely s'U1be drowaed A Bew you ...... Friends alts ..Y.ldlt.lcaet1IIIe.aQrIlUuI1lldaIC ttaosi IIIIpoaa1bIt>
Incressingly la serious circles out by th* roar of to.oId out 10 Ibt cod"
approval .
say toeing and to try and worry where stay look at you Is wonderasking '
tt
ATHLETES OUTSTANDING tt away. the contrary oftsa Istb 1* realised that the. from th* mtjorlty. Som* tbemstrvss why tt Is oe be &tick lor time
a for'o
stability of the aations depends.aUy butlng-t-scenes maneuverIng 1u .....'ademia 1bt tooar tea
tOIl that UIDtau
case. owe It to loved, lad they air saw so maay to pt
:ones to com data tad follow, 1M pvbaps, ssUrey'a may be necessary,especial meets of yaurtwtW eluded toptMr. IaJk OM watt uotber, to create ooIJ far good sad
To th.* 141tor11Ctar0 IIIrUt sod tn l1tJ 01. m coaasctloa with Itnice them for ... fib
the advice that before Evea
offer
they caa shad basicpWloaophlsi
athletes have mad outstanding record* la lbs Olympic jb.Ir! peoples.S financial your How
m returt.lt: the services oft matters. seem to be taking drugs tt Is feat went ruch '
Why? profsstloail prtctitioBr are -4osr.it.noMYIKI JtO13UlSHSCARCEI> a soil tan, as4 you' may ao u4 Jet clos th* of them rums days. The Impsstwag
considerable number of Megroe are going tocolkge.
Only BOW, t Is thai we retch out into the. '
required, obtain them. without longer lit retkeai IIIoItmwal. wars of life. -
That Is due Lee. real economic gains mad by Negroes, :.besitttlQB with lie. object of tatayoas who cans: *fl7 the church caa step out a the. highways sang Instead aI.
.
Practice to b sduforted =
Fair laws accepted
Employment begta
as belag trwsd of all Imaedlmeoti' a IIIR AIK. fay wiser sot to to.mg; away from the common mob, touch in. The church! Is tor''
and to th* Federal Comment's program of makingcollege MIR ,Jill. aU, but the
,. tnproaca must b
I-OJ' Christmas.. try tad convert he old tories so directed that til ctasatr*.
education tvtilabi to poorer persons through the C.L | .M.t.l.44mJEMIftl lO.JIT.J2"ilX ....*... sass miracles Perhaps there should be t restudying diuoiercbr-a.an
of tad th National Dumas Edactika 2iJUT Slid
lull Program
Bights seed JarP-wta1a m eieaaiaolttes. ,
tts tad grants to ....." fwr.ltW.is table ptan&tng.i Owing. to from braves could aot ctoagia Aer6sps reUgloms leader.,
with loans college .
If all .tbomi4 give
s around Whatever lIOn u. to
th you. ; would only taogonlaa them1Just ctYIIc to aU De We... or worms
l meticulous car with which .
also beginning to accept Negro students, aver though they ire .
yvSti..Tb.
baapeas that may be ttrasdsaJ to tact wood ftIa&Ia 18 statu
look express ta opinioa that .
sot full qualified academically, becass of tt* separate but you after everything you'
unequal education which was aQ that many of mem could get IU MAYl1.111E art aot apt to watt until the. last or extraordinary Is Just runs coatrtry to their gram.
u likely to
Thus potential Negro ot.s are only tow bight; to get :Zht) day to pau to the J WtpvnStl bore tad family occur u around It t* say-tb* I .1On..II.q .m, THE HACK SOUHIS:
sad
th* colkge eoa"" tad training that white have gta-fMag doss
"g may. gotlsarttw Sow comes: .the tut.Since you .hu'et. Witt Drttustpttsr ,
to ft last
detail.
Tot
111 a1aDc. trs finally settled Ja..*lone to know what will want / tad Mars ta tb* solar JimsMH n. military at its towards Black soldiers la maay ways Is
This the question of the need to opes college and professional of your choice,, or should be.the will be needed. 4m boast, bow could It becAtnlaet u utenios 01 B-. rate adios of vitae Amsrka towards JIlek
training more fully to $sgrou. Just u Megro lob of obtalalag th* right who" to be remembered,and Flaa' oa ..,11 I Fll. .. :. 'Th sea,aua caa be atre..., .-.J. UlltCiaUlIi
athletes are becoming outstanding whea they .have to the first Just exactly bow much all this tl. II his
furnishings tad decors may b*' Is to parties aidaslebrttieas to 11-MAC: m caa Uertdflyttaa o rapd tojcaia Its. military ...
time t real chance in consldertbls numbers college """"" going cost Wan this Isa to
"ayso Beat This being the ytbtidt which Mends tad member ofIU ptrtielpatiItttory II UJ cAu.yar.. beta! It
Megroes may hav t tremendous undeveloped potential of season, it should ant b* too tad compliment to your' efficiency family asay be terited,rogeryour Yore sitting. pn j.Whether reprruts u lactated .arc.uu.t Ia ftIda Den seeaas tot s,
scholastic ability la medicine, biological phylctlcleae ,) .difficult to pass alats around administrative ., It owa roof what this cubs you ar* employed, m charge 10 racial. eabra1 .
engineering, law, finance tad business, provided they gut th*' ltd frieods and members of the may Bmtedlfflaatt'for th.* arranged. This may mesa meettsg or retired tt seems a* tf tfcer peopl. boY dos. problems US f.ruCratba: 01
truly equal opportunities, which oa u average they seldom lamtty so u to guide them into other member of the. household the on* an4 nay ta soma Isjaor that caa b* done toImprove Hack people ta Americta cttles. They CQUaUIe to WI J\4 ar
have aow. K we make sdurttioim opportunltiss' truly 4utl, making choices that will who may be somewhat mor ease, latenstmg t powtrfulf a* economic picture encouraging Black wllstmeats tad raeust.ab
Megroes almost certalidjwm' advance tremeaoooslyUacademlc, wtta your approvaL'Tou eta eo'UbeN! this year sad to permit rsoa ta your career Wail tt ctmut. b*said mat you oaporbaitiM to *vtloplaf'UE -.Iaood ttrlae bl 'cJdIc
forming aa4 '
1uWIc, professional. tad business fields rod ta they boys be more direct with your mate them a fait mor tadtvidutl. aw tad valuable social COB.Btcttoaa could b* anywhere Bear' being =:i ar suiting tlapsW aralacki4y and a a''
proved standing la athletics whea ttaUetU tad perhaps, extract tt.* prlfllsg freedom or sacra money to' sad of ao It uu .m.wast. rosy feel ba pinch tsn{ .
B our predominantly whit I aa of paad. Security alms may b* brnuuif taout by algher costs Military
society + of making tb*. selecttoasyoaraeJf. 'Importance, setting stag* III1e bow IooUilalIM PtrCtI I BIKb fto'
America .u well u the. Negro group will loss Ow abilities, acaisvtd. ta mating your me. base tsmka/mflatlca,, or whatever 10 J o ... IIwIarJ schist Dae Apo dwr... 3aw v
aow ...astray which would b* avtUtbl IIUt opporbmUlas for professiaoal CICCIpt1. GIs war- being...bald raspoa* Btaclu tact 1s. eM peflos. to sew ndal Ceu1aa. Tbq also
'taw
opened : 1M
squaldegre
*
pissmessny seem
a -.'10 ..n .1. If,- Hq 4.$0 .. IS .'I' n .. 1. | .10. .1I-U., 444 .5/0.1. 15 $7.$15 ......fear Blacks tomtit bigl but to na.c.-oIBIKb gAehoito: Ia a.ea.bat areas..


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Indianans Receive. KAB Awards As Leaders In "Women For Beau ificati n" I I



.w Sigma Gamma Rho Keeping America Beautiful( Mrs. LyadoB; B. Johisoi Speiks I


Links Council Bisileos. 'Addresses : And Then '
Levels
,,' ; .H 4 f, To large Group
4PAif /: .
St. Louis (UnitST. / NEW YORK'-. Mrs. Mattie Coney, executive director of

Seeks To Release LOUS-Dr Lorraine .< Indianapolis' nationally-known Citizens Forum, Inc, was prevented ;
A Williams, grand bashes of $ a special "Womea for Beautlflcatloa" award tore I
the Sigma Gamma RhoSororlty, AkL November 19 by Keep America Beautiful, Inc.
Talent Of Youth Inc.spelled out anew focus of ; The award, a piece of colorful Beantlfkatloo" awards to six
interest for the national or- mounted Libby art glass and& ,other women. They were: Mrs.
ganisation when, at' a public ltf v library of anti-litter films,was Anna Marie Abbamonte, youth
CINCINNATI The Executive Cornell at National Lima, Incorporated meeting at the Union Memorial' presented to Mrs. Coney at coordinator of the Beautify
met la executive: session In the Sberat -Glbloa United Methodist Church, she I Y KAB's first "Salute to Womea Bridgeport (Coon.)Council;
Hotel for three days recently, ud projected Its new thrusts outlawed baaing pranks and ''I for Beautlflcation" luncheon by Mrs William B.CbukaadMrsi '
la rechannellng 1U program aDd structure to meet the demand purely social activities u I kI Mrs Lyndon B. Johnson o and, Carl W. Hanenrcffer, vice
of the present "Era of Dynamic Dlmeutons," u It extend Its guidelines for nee.lI.I \ Reuben L. Peru, chairman at presidents and directors of

"Outward Reach and TJbward Thrust". Dr Williams, of Washington, the D&U anti-litter organi CLEAN R.Lj; Mrs Parker CKalloch /
Tbe three mechanistic frame scribed $80,000.Seveateea D.C.. reviewed the activities 'nation '. board of directors Jr.,chairman of Keep
works for achieving these pals members of the of the sorority and came to St. ., The salute luncheon, at which New Mexico Beautiful, Inc.;
art termed Program Areas; Executive Council coming from Louis to participate la the program j\ Mrs Johnson also was honored, Mrs. Valley M. Knudsen, president
(1))Services to Tooth, (2)Freedom all parts at the country were featuring jI climaxed the second day of a of Los Angeles Beautiful,
and the Fine Arts, aDd Involved la structuring waysto TIlt theme FOUdeUI'WHk. ,_ ( two-day meeting commemorating and Mrs Houston MeNutt
(3) National Treads tad Implement Its Program meeting was "Greater Service KAB's 15th anniversary. mayor pro tern of Paducah, Ky.
Servkes. Rational President, Dimensions and to plan for for Greater Community Pro l W Mi; Perln said Mrs. Coney Mrs. Johnson also was the
Thus !Benson structured the the General Assembly which cr...." : was selected for the special ,recipient of a special EAR
Innovative dimensions la the win meet In Cincinnati la 1970. The eminent leader emphasized award la recognition of the award "la lasting recognition
extension of oar thrusts which One of the highlights of the the need of a knowledge' ___ "OI tancUne accomplishments of her contributions to a cleaner
than be Links' responsibility Board meeting was the warm of Negro history. at the Citizen Forum In litter. and more beautiful America.";
.throughout the nation for the hospitality of the Cincinnati Greet letter organizations prevention and toantineatlon Her award was the first la a
ensuing two rears aDd parti* Chapter which hosted aa Inspirational have lost someof their 1IIf1MDC, at the community level;:' continuing series that will be
?
eularly with retards to these liaeheoa for the, on college campuses,according. I The Forum, working through knows u the Mrs. Lyndon B.
Program Areas. group>> at the Stotfer's Motel to the leader, but the Sigma block clubs !961 of them were. Johnson Award. It will be given
The Llsks"ServkesloTond". oa Saturday November II. "thrust" Is having effect active la mid-196$-conducted annually to a woman who has
program la Its new Omits win Dr. Williams Is assistant dean. massive Utter and trash cleanup made aa outstanding contribution
be farther geared to meet one WORLD OFIOOKS of the College of Liberal Arts KAB AWARD-Mrs.* ;' Mattie Coney (rlghtX) executive director i Citizens Forum, Ide., 1Dd1&Da- campaigns la 1966,1967,and to antl-lltter movement
of the most powerful challencesof and Sciences at Howard polls, lad..Is presented a "Women, for BeautlDcatlon" award by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson 1961 to remove debris from the MrsConty, In addition to
the current decade to provide University. Under her guidance (center) and Reuben R. Penn, chairman at the board of directors of Kp America Beautiful, homes, streets and yards of being honored by NAB, served
meaningful experiences for the more than 100 freshmen are Inc. The presentation was made"at a lumber la New York la connection with KAB's 15th Indianapolis. u a panelist at a workshopdiscussion >>
children la the black ghetto working In the community 1.IID1II11DMUAc. TIlt award consisted of a mounted art glass(seen la picture)and a library More than 41,000 tons of oa "Government aDd

aDd other disadvantaged areas. FALL FROM GRACE, Written arouad Washington Sigma of Utter-prevention films. rubbish were collected m 1966, Citizen Action" told la conjunction .
Links are aware thU the nation by MUton ViorsU and In excess of 1(0,000 tons with KAB's two-day
motes forward only vhea youth NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY Miss FAMUTALLAHASSEE la 1967. The 1961 campaign I.IID1I&lIlHUne.
Is moUnted to folly prepare INC. New Yet zn pp., $5 10 NCNW Has exceeded all previous achievements ... .
themselves for functioning la laud cover la Mrs. Coney's words, '
today's world. la the early part of the year "continuing Interest forced one'.
la Us program emphasis of before the primaries began, Use postponement after anothertoftte NEWS DEADLINEAll
"Freedom and the Floe Arts", Milton.: Vlrost's "Fall From $3,000,000 For project's termination flats.:
Links, Inc. seeks to release the Grace,"_was published. B TIlt Ideal of a Bcver-endlng news should be lathe Florida
latent talents and the .dl s. examines the Repbullcaa Party accelerating cleanup effort Star emu by Tuesday at Ip.m.If .
covered potential of creative and the puritan ethics behind began lal$6ltoapproachreality. you should mall your new,U
youth a ancmentlnc this pro Ideologies and polkles. By Small Business ." should be mailed Monday so nat
cram It will also provide for While the book explores the Mrs. Johnson sad Mr. Peru It will reach oar office by Tees-
Links opportunities to sustain GOP la depth, giving the conditions presented EAR "Womtn for .day
through cultural eorkhment that made the need for 'Ist **The National Cctncll of Negro Women announced Development
their appreciation for Art la such t party possible. It also porporatloa with '1.00 from each of Its 1,100,000 members at*
all of Its varied dimensions. by comparison, points up a the closing of Us thirty-third annual convention at the Statler-'' r
The new thrust of Freedom end gmt deal about the Democrats, Hilton Hotel U Los Angeles last. week. i
the Fine Arts la 196x-70 will aDd how CIrr.mataDel.eup1a This huge amount of capital ment by the whites can run the Now: relief for
be Its plaa to work toward the aa Important part la the se 4 will enable black business to gamut from economic aUlIICI1a11aG pure

presentation of erhtbUlons of leer:1njlwon of a party have starting money for enter to death dry problem skin
the works of both past aDd prise, according to Miss ,
contemporary A r r o- JDerJcu Below Is a Quite from the ct t Dorothy Height eutio.slpresident. VAUUNt rnOUUM lOlY time )'ourskin
Artists to to opened la 1>70la prologue of the book written These funds will be the richer moisture U need.for
conjunction will the 17th long before November I, I Na: managed by Clarence Jones, CalenderEvents protection from chipping from dry
National Assembly la ClocianetL .A political party's stoat.oral y rice president of WelL Carter .ihy-r.y I\ln. To keep your skin
victory does not necessarily and Berliner and members of ooftirouncrlookJVlreJtum .
"National Treads tad mean that It has received ,the New York Exchange _jntIn.i1 ton see.
.." la Its outward reach a maadale' to govern.'Tbe, : ;Moro than. $00 Mail bforgaaltatlons ulay;'V.p, ylldu <
aDd upward thrusts Is designed ...electorate ...,.' .lQC.1Vf.r. p": heard the' .JfJlr.
to help push Americas democracy A because U approves of Part? ;'I.- ? encouragement made by Miss 'You pay 4 little ii'
forward uthls program, A's program; It may also vote wR' 'Height.- .. more than for' I1
Links stand oa the ramparts for Party A however,because Convention highlights Included .other'brands'of
of ou current social order it has become disenchanted withParty Hamner.civil Washington Court- petroleum jelly .
addresses by Fannie
f No. 101 of but skin I U
** Washington Court your
examining the i* *"& treads B, the party la power.The rights worker, and
la government, civic activities, book 1s full of predictions ,cwt AIs director of the Mississippi the Heroines of Jericho meets worth itl! ic
December 6 at I m at the
p
aDd voluntary services order
tad presents background la-
+ eaAt Freedom Democrats Party,and
Mr..
BroadStroet.
to Identify those areas humaa Temple;410
formation and Insights that will
.1 Attorney Frankie M. Freeman,
concern where Links throughout the reader notion Lurta Campbell Is Most Ancient
give some 1 only member of the Commission
the entice reader service. Matron Mrs Ella U reporter.feeml&vlngs .
may what
of to expect during the oa Civil Bights tad t
Ik k
..
I
President Beamon Issued the
next four yarn.B president of Delta Sigma Theta ; ,
Veronia "MJufAMO" Club
Her Hicks
ITa. Highness
clarion call to Negro women also manages, la some In ";
to lead their efforts la laflMoclng stances to point up clearly the for the IKa. .... Blossom Classics.The Attorney In the home of
the policy decisions mistakes the Democrats made will reign. over UllTalllpudOra.ap Incidents of major meet Monday .
of local aDd national boards and the unpredictable rehired Tampa Oasste will be played la Tampa Stadium,Saturday rational numerous failing to Mrs. Bessie Hicks nil Lobelia
vfclca .operate la the arena of voters November JO; with the FAMU Rattlers facing the tough Texas with companies Street, at I pa.The Blbls
public services for all mankind. Ylorst, a graduate of Rutgers Souther Tigers from Houston. The 10thOrange BlossomClassle comply government and regulations verse begins win the Latter
The oaten of our contemporary College, received masters darts will be played la Miami's spacious Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday scales U concerning the State Jobs of Alabama.pay "T" Mrs Elnora Small 1s
society with Us may perplexIng degrees from Harvard night December 7, with the Rattlers playing host to the Attorney Freeman selected u president.
Akora AiM College Bmes from Lormaa. Miss. Miss Hicks
problems also otters aa and Columbia.
of BtU&mio.r'
from MJa.m1aDd the daughter of aa example the City District No. S
opportunity for every Link to Is a secretarial science major .
Americas Car Company
make a grass roots contribution, .Mrs Alice M. Lompkla who resides at SID Grand A"DUtIl' the District No. t of the St. Luke
has sawmill quasi-
Court a a
In
Church will meet with
b Its projections on the national. M1aa1. Baptist
the'deduce company store, segregated Mrs Gertrude Ruth, 664 West
It
level as Implements
: to support National Hick Jeiriil" Gets Gmt housing and lacking facilities school for, 17th Street, Suns ta'r December
Negroes a one-room l/
Urban L ugve's new thrust to 1, at .:10 pa Still is
with
the blsckcommusltyoll00,000 Proa PoliroU l For PrOlr..s for running Negro water.children no president. M. Armstead, Is
Rev WJ. TroysU
reported at this board session
The leases the store leaded
U local chapters having sub- & A grant from the Polaroid Corporation will make U positbl. to a company private business which
of NETS "Black loar & series Into
to continue production: eeee
deducts bills for food supplies
Florida Janior 1969, U was announced last week by John F, White' president from the earnings of the Negro Kickoff at 1:11

of National Educational Television. workers.'The leader continued- The last business meeting of
College Course NET has been seeking business the continuation of the series."' to show tt voting A1ab&ma the Community 85. Club will e r e.
ftupport continuation of Mr White exptessed NETS Is a matter heroism.Punish be November 17.1AM. i
1-Black Journal.'! which originally appreciation of the Polaroid
At I, SliBlon High began as aa experiment grant ..It Is our convictionthat
A Polaroid spokesman said to 'Black Journal' Is a valuable
TIlt nO 'Ida Junior College at
ale
hoped the company's grant series
t undupHcated anywhere MtrirService
Is otter
Jacksonville CFJC) BOW
'
"
would itlmuletelkarbusinessses la television Mr White
log a coarse la t1ectrat to consider the series. 1&I4."The Polaroid grant represents ORANGE. BLOSSOM
New Stanton High School one '
"WtJtel that the program LM a milestone Incorporate '
adult centers.
of FTC's II
made a major f ff rifrntion IA support of. public CLASSIC
The clan meets trice each
developing racial prld, and enhancing television." Ills
week Tuesday and Thursday
on atfiSBILENWADE* understanding of the The series, which has bees
from 1 to 10
evenings p.m Miss Helen Wade,a sophomore black man's problems by the on the air since June, has
of
Lottos
John R. supervisor
:
Industrial Education, Board of speech coirectloa major from white community" to said. received highly favorable f'll.lI''CRIIPI. ( SAT
Tallahassee, will serve la "We hope that:the Polaroid response from critics sod the
"The
Public Instruction said
of the course, Is to "Miss FAMtrs" codrf during' grant will act u a 'catalyst to viewing audience, both black ItlllflC NIGHT'DEC.
purpose technical the Tampa and Orange Blossom other _corporations la aiding and white.

provide content the and necessary skills to prepare Classics.Attendant. CIYE1UEII.IIEU 1

the student for entrance Into i '
the' tirM"c tlectronks, Industry NiW ADULT CLASSES. ; ORANGE BOWL
at -determloed
a pr.
gt
level Lottos of proficiency.added that the' coarse tarttq fir: -25)'. 1KI IH: PK f lUPT lEUVEiTimcE Florida MM rs.Alcorn College


Includes necessary tospeclalzeIRoaEntertainment theory and skills 't;.' .ENROLL NOW! Hit,

Radar ,1 '..
Systems, 1 Class'
Nsiitil Hit. '
and Mkro-vave: Technology, ,,,. .
:
Clerk 'IAM,10'M|:: :
Computer Circuits and Casfciir-Silis' .
Systems, Instrumentation and ;
Process Control, Isdsstrlal tJ ?"li"lflartll Tucfcir'j AUi"lodhiidiril ,SAT AM. SHUT '_ $

Electronics, aDd Control Sys MI..r... .

tems.James.. Steeley, Instructor for hroiep. cr,' {hutructioB 11:111: Tl. 3PM: ,

the coarse, was graduated la19M \ '
from the Phil co Technicalbstttute iuH e; .:' .., Voice .Trumpet-Drums' .
bus...,....WJS tUS T.ht
and has had 10 years .Saxophone-Flut e-Oboe *Trombone-Viol a
work esperleace la the TICKETS:ON SALE HOW
'String Bass-Tulja SMITHFASHION
French Hdrn-Theory ; BOB !"w.e..cc.m -
electronks field.Be was chose =I.-w- t.r. a tarn .IL'sIlJn ms a.s,=:=
STAB teacher of the year la ere etrIIO1"Irwa 0e.. I.e..,
''Violin- a
1967 by theStttdtttTeacBtrAchievement Cello :' ':..., : r.wter.un0. .. t!'!
Recognition pro MSB LQKnS WESLEY STUDIO w iM2M-\t\:: ,,.,.ite wwnrw .... lINOI

gram.Interested. Miss Lonnle Wesley,i junior Borden's College., ,,eotr:Je.,..tw"re JC.-=. -t>M* On a/ .* fcMMim.
persons may sociology major from Caattanoochee ; ituw_ Act" <* hilt i yule::Y., tAa a!!-r
st 1uq.rrlw a
register any Tuesday or Thursday will serve la "Miss =: 1ic.tet.'ji = .i
Refi vii: I '-
,evening at New Stanton FAMDV court airing the 116 W. ttth Street 256.6465' 2422 I. Myrtle Ail 7U:32DO. = : ; MoIIi -Owe.... Ir1 UI11 L
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Big School with Charles D. Tampa and Orange Blossom r,.E,L. Johnson,Acting.President. cm-wrw 5 .IIMI, sew i1'i ,"" lZJ11..M. .
.Brooks, a ceotsr administrator. Classics.

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I Night Call Gets $15,000 Grant From Episcopal Church Programs 'I

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Hick Chick Official Cites TWO DiscissfRi LU.kiii IesiuessTFIJ Time To :le Involved".

.importance Of R-TV Special' 'By REY.R.C USSERYCONfWUED .

FROM LAST "*It,
NEW YORK, NT. "Communication networks are aa Indispensable MINUTES "
element) in the long-fine program to end poverty, and of the Klng'assasslnatlon evokes any 'feeling
rteUm In the United States," according to Leon E. Modeste, I can to all who will listen to stop sitting cc r tba
director of the Episcopal Church's. General Convention Special VtlH THE BIBLE to transform fle1r'11'1eI Into concrete deeds. Our'

Prorram. ST COIMtUUe I. ,rAN111.. fnoboth very eyes and white much hatred
Mr Modeste, Black Chireh stations from coast to coast and MMAH lull aootrrCMCAOO ? fighting our black communities,
official, made this statement aired five nights a week. tUMOK .o.>tTHE bu been expressed u to what may come over oar
recently announcing a $15,000 "Night Call," which has re. f. days ahead. Bow much longer can we sit back and
grant from the Episcopal :aired national publicity APOSTLEOF w ? It is past time fortte moral Torc'eI'lb odr tountrjr
because of Its wide popularity, time for Christian Involvement.
Is the only national program of THE NATIONSNot -is very much aware of the arguments for keeping
.
Its type providing opportunityfor + out of the social Issues of the day. Our task on earth
the Black community to Ma how. or Mart or Luke] to the spiritual needs, we are told, not to flu
voice Its concerns on the air not Peter or James or John but social. Such a reason, even when supported b1
and establishing a means for Paul atone wrote, by divine Inipira- y verses, has little value when trying to minister
public dialogue between Black linn people. We recognise the need of dealing first with
and white listeners. Mr. "rOR I SPEAK TO YOU CEN when we send out our missionaries, why then is
$ I llodesfe said. TILLS (or. OF THE NATIONS) to see at home?
The program's format INASMUCH AS I AM THE real sense this article was not prepared for those
features a guest, either Black APOSTLE OF THE GENTILES challenge the Christian Involvement lathe problems
or white,who answers questions (NATIONS I MAGNIFY MINE' i men. Time Is too precious to spend struggling with
;
phoned In .,listeners.On one OFFICE"" (Rom II::15)) poor and deprived our communities are crying out
occasion a broadcast brought Note well that Paul did not magnify AU their life they have beard reasons why equality
telephone calls from more than hlmtclf but hit office, to which r be granted. They need no more of these. What I Is
(4,000 persons who sought to he had"'" appointed by the gfori- Is the active concern of the Good Samaritan rather
participate In the discussion. Red lad Hlmicir In defending hi'* concern of the religious leaders u they hurry
The network Is expected to' apoatlnhlp before the Calailant, he Important matter. '
develop In the next few years(, wrote who are concerned do? 11 is difficult for anyone
to Include nearly ZOO radio But I certify you brethren whit another can do without knowing the local problems
'LEON E. MODESTO the which! of t. r blaet and white do far
stations Participating stations gmprl was preached that each of can more
Church far a radio broadcasting at the present time range from me il not after man done In the past A good place to start Is with
network program called "Night Massachusetts to C a 11 f o r a III' "For I neither received of man need to examine our own attitudes.We have crowd
Call," made up of U radio' and from Minnesota to Texas,, wither war I taught I.. but by the ltt111111ch thought and acted all too often on a racial
and Florida revelation of Jews Chrift" (Gal aa Old American theme that people have been denied
Veterans Law '"1 takes a lot of money,' a 1112)). Thirty-four New York banking and financial Institutions working with the'Hew York and proper advantages because of their rue The
"Night Call" official said, In many other patngr the apostle of the American Institute of Banking to June entered Into a consortium to hire and train and Christian people, by and large, have not
Gives Widows "and the. request for funding claims to amok at a direct trpre- residents. This to a sceaefrom training sessions. A vital part to the Board for this but on the contrary, they have big found
from the Episcopal. Church. war. arntalhcofChriM' (See I Cor I I:2I; Education. Here principals to the program meet Informally u a matter of coordination and supporting segregation, discrimination and
Extra Benefits a call for survival. It:J, '|.... S:IS. I Thor 4:15. etc). bank receives weekly reports on the attendance and progress of each d the ) we first must make certain that our on
Be said that the grant wouldbe To Timothy Pant wrote concernIng enrolled to the program. Through the statistical u wen u verbal reports from clean and that we are not guilty adding to !the
The Veterans Administration of temporary assistance untamajot his vain writing! "If any man and the project directors, the banks gala greater Insight into the problems of the
has annotated that a law funding could be obtained leach OTHERWISE, and content population and through policy adjustments are able to more effectively assimilate take a good look at our local church. Has oar church
effective December 1, IMS, through other organisations. ,not to whotcaome words, even the workers Into the banks' work forte. Seen here from left are: Gut Ditsel, Federal R concerned with its ministry to minority groups and
extends educational benefits to The program is BOW being wordi of our Lord Jesus Chris and Bank; Dennis Derryk, Ph. D. Director of CFE Educational' Services; Sylvia Ewerts out of the mainstream of life? Is this cancers
widows of veterans who died sponsored by TRAFCO, Teleelslon. -.''10 the doctrine which II according Bank and Trait; Earl CUll, Bankers Trust Company, and Russell Victor, New York our attendance at our worship services? B 1s not
of service-connected causes Radio and Film Com to eodllneia, he .II proud knowing Program Coordinator. for other people nor to give to the work among
and to wives 01 veterans with mialcators of the Opted _hlnll'' etc This could not btdl- American Indians while we overlook opportunities
servlce-cosaected total Methodist Church. ,'nte more emphatically Paul,dalm groosthat are right. our own community. Come
acrid The Episcopal Church's that hit words were "the word of Rave Abernathy Will our church doors are open to all- statement
YA they can be paid $110 "Special Program" under the Lord Jnu Christ" received the case for many congregations this Is not
a month, up to a maximum of which the $15,000 grant .was, from Him by direct revelation 6he: PrtaceloiSpeechTbeReverend America overcome the legacy of aggregation we must 10 lilt
M months,for full-time school. made to "Night Call" was Ta the CoHnthlant, who qne- third mile. We should actively invite an ne.. and
lng.9S for threefourths'tlme..or started la 1M7 to assist In' toned this, the apostle wrote Dr. Ralph David fellowship! in our church We .should visit other
*M for halfllme. The solving the beams problems of'' ... IF I COME AGAIN WILL. Abernathy will present the humbly doing so only u fellow brothers In Christ
same law guarantees M months poverty and racism la the United NOT SPARE. SINCE YE SEEK A James J. Rub Memorial Lee-, there is a multitude of things to do to attempt to
of edicatloaal benefits toeligible States and has expended more, PROOF OF CHRIST PEAKING cure to Miller chapel Princeton Meet problem We should not sit by quietly when racist
Q BUI veterans who tan a million dollars to dale IN ME" (II Cor. 'II11). .Theological Seminary at 7:4Sp are made or when people try to divide us solely co
nay have bees dischargedearly. In assisting company profTame The proof of thus claim This was .m., Monday, December.ne skin color. We should write to our representativef
$ throughout the country MC'nrhrt..lnlllftck'ftl, for Paul was lecture to opea to the public. GREEN LAKE, Wto .--ABNS-Lea41JI&rl two government and M them know of our concern
Other provisions update to 41 Florida stations airing "Night Hard more than a"r other apostle Dr. Abenaihy succeeded the conventions one black and the other mostly white, i and fair housing laws and that we are cos
months the length trainings I CaU" Jacksonville: ,WRHC, M found cfcminr and lead men Into late Dr. Martin Lather King, gether here recently about bow they could work people receive equal pay for equal work regardless
veteran may receive uSer two set WAKE and Tampa, the tnolnl 1tIe and tor) of aah*. Jr., u president of the South- advantage of each other Rev. Gardner Taylor, pastor need to be concerned the upgrading la the quiUty
or more Federal benefit pro tkm. Te the CorlnthUn lid,""" u era Christlaa Leadership Con.nrsoce. -,. Concord Baptist Church Brooklyn, H.Y., former ..... found la our Negro and ghetto schools and try to
grams,.authorUe YA flight A station analysis indicates he wrote what he could hue wr4- Be also continued to the Progressive National Convention, presided over the for the poor education which has already bar dlapg ld
trajeljutpaylorNs.on a aceaty ,that .LI per cat of the Negro' 'lea to MM). ihouaanda W otrm: (serve u pastor: of the West to which Progressive.BapUstrand_American_ Baptists : Is only a start. Take good look at your community;
tner i.u"' ar\lrlt bu1a.... .population 'listens to the prop "The anal ctI mlrke apoatlnhlp arc .Hunter Street Baptist Church,'' ,areas of mutual tot:fta. M i* ;_' .." Deeds,. determine what has to be done, and caning'
permitthree-owrtsrs* and :.Fq -... x.: '"e II .... 1 Md..(I O>f 0\.:1).i (Atlanta, C*. u .We ought .to. find .bridges Yludta" *'mgfested tm I I I4 accomplish Jt..-' .fy: ,; .If'1' ,,,,,,,,, '. ,
Jand- firto cooperative 'James Joseph ,a graduate between and common!u ground time for .,r .ralu challenge Is so big many believe that It can only be
training... Fall details from .the Mall your news on the.weekend if possible or bring It Into 01.rLaUDA' of Princeton Seminary' to the oa which we cu stand, and considered at the next attacked on a massive scale, a stale which
VA., STAR OFFICE M later tai Tuesday, 1 p a. for Class of IHI.was fatally beateaat leave the rest to God," Dr, .of the group' II small effort. Yet we must do what we can while tt d.
publication la the coming edition. Selma, AIL, March 11.1961. Taylor said He emphasised' to April, mi. Toe two M'"A Ut there Is still time. Do not surprised If your
that the meeting was not called sentatives will be the are not rewarded with '1ICU1I. The racial....
to consider any plans for ..r. a Hicks Mt. Olivet has been built upon by generation after generation
EARNING ,and LEARNING lr.Dr.. Church 4Soluabus, are many who are determined to keep us racially
Taylor reported that some the Rev. Robert.Tor bet,
areas of possible cooperation or of the division of people and the Christian church have bees ctlent for
the committee dlscutaed were Christianity Americaa ,B is time for Christian involvement la the problems
,
Boys ft Girls Can ''Make Money camping, social action, communication. Convention .... B ls time to see what the active love of Christ
Joint statements on The Progressive our community,for our natioa and for the problems
public issues, the preparation Baptist Convection was a t e a the stability of both. Let the Church become
Handreds. 01 Florida Star NewsboysAre of materials for church administration to 1111 B .. .
la-service trainIng churches with a total
EARNING From $1. 10' $10.00: Weekly of pastors, rural church ship betweea Yorker Join (Jilted Chirch
wort, and the means by which 600,000. Rev< Dr.char
to Interpret each eonventioa Mt. Zloa Baptist
And LEARNING
fo do bnsiaess. to Ce other, lanta, Ge.. to president Staff (I. Jistlce Area
This InterpretatloacouUcomeabout Progressive Baptists
YOUNGSTERS !:If roe ire smut sad he said,by Joint meetings part to the sessions at Mra. Tod ArdeUe, Mew York City, has Joined
f Including simultaneous meetings Lake were Dr. the United Church of Christ Committee: Racial
of the governing councils Hicks; Rev. Dr. W.C. director of Us Rational higher education program..
weal, fo eirn ,your, own noney (Us bibs t + of each convention. the same Betlaa Baptist! of the new She sees her task U a two-
city, with one session together.., Teoa; Rev. AX made here recently way operation: recruiting for
.ay fo do if.PARENTS. Prior to that there may beexchanges Second Baptist, Detroit Charles E..Cbbb, .the college and placement for
of visitors for the and Rev, Y. Simpson the student.
/' winter meetings.of Jhe general Mt. Carmal Baptist & This will be enriching not only
child
Year not! need
my councils. The governing board N.Y,Two cry absent, to the .student, she believes,
01 the Progressive Conventionwill Dr,. Thomas .Kilgore
but also to the participating,
honey, bat 1 the frainlflg g.lIed"IS' a aewsbor''. meet to Memphis Tunn. Baptist, .LocAngtles.. fw college, bringing to It, perhaps
January a-u. ltt, u an Rev Dr. L. Veachael for the first time exposure
extended session of the annual Zion Baptist & to minority people
will hap him. fo be, snccessfal in lifer life. convention, which met la Washington American Baptists to and their heritage.group young
DC. last September.The were: Rev Edwin H. While Mrs-ArtJelle will work
Americaa Baptist General general secretary;Dr, primarily with the 32 colleges
Mtny of the most successful .ei'$ were' Council will meet February 4to. Rev. Deaa Wright related to the Ufaltsd Chares
a,.IM', to Valley Forge Pa. secretary of the of Christ she will act confine
Dr Taylor explained that the' Missionaries.Benefit her efforts to these colleges.Before .
Newsboys' ..conversations at Green Lake Mew Port'LY.; Rev. Joining
wejf only exploratory, and Ua.t Wright Old Cambridge Church national staff Milt

Start A Route Anywhere You life In! Florida. agreed they were that one friendly representative B was Ca Atha la1dg.Baugh.. Mass of the; and .ArdeUe the staff served of for the two Tougaloo yearson

; '. from each convention will meet Baptist Home Mission College (Tougaloo, M1u.) De-
at a later date to formulate.proposals Valky Forge, .Pa ARDELL8: 'velopment Commute, most
for discussion. in- recently U assistant development
of the director, to H59 che
Olivtt liptlst Of C.ici6 established the East Village
..'.11 Pat, Tiu' li, hsl' si'I" program, Secretarial Service and
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} Dr. J. Jickson Oi '. I 'bridge between directed the office until 1NLb
FILL OUT '' ,. and the college," community affairs Mrs.
THIS.COUPONSTAR : .TOD: : s to heboualiflftd
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CHKAGO. 01 -What Olivet Baptist Church had from Ardell has betA active for
local celebration was transformed into national acclaim minority many years in Parent-Teacher.
w'; and Mrs. Joseph B. Jackson at Olivet Church oa a college educa organisations, the YWCA, Girl
B was the climaxing service at the church. But it was Scouts, and the tarpnI. atop
.rCauDA -M2J Moncrlef Road, Jacksonville,Florida ? thirty-day celebration of Dr>Jackson's forthright f* financed srholarstitps to of Afro-Americaa: Ifclty.
endorsing the candidacy of Richard M. Nixoa as. Jointly by A native of Washington, D.C.,
the
the United States. Committee she studied: tfliUntfT administration -

',--.- .MMNNNNN.. ..- ... ......--- N. "' ,. ., .' 'a I l The fine people of Olivet and prl..rw. are asked Participat to at Howard Ifctversttyla
enroll
FIRST NAME .. ; -.- LAST NAME the Ioca1 eomatmlt1".Joined further stated that the 01 tea Washington. bite has also
\ Y. with others' from across the Democratic Party has scholarship 'studied at Peters Buslsif<
nation to praising Dr. Jtckjoa, signs of being tired, to Mrs. ,College and the Modern Scn4of
t president of the National Bap confused andneedsrest. win seek ArdeQe.out Music la Washington, at the
ADDRESS, STREET, & NUMBER PHONE NO. tilt Convention, for Us wie united Republican Party oa the basis high Philadelphia School of Music,
and courageous choice of the leadership of a JIbUa and the Creea-
sew
Richard M. Nixon as President experience .and rather thin wick Mask School. to
I Send my child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on \ I of the United States. Richard M. Nixon :record or church Mew York.
credit to start him to business. I will pay the I The promulgated statement of this challenge. student with Mrs. ArdeOe has sung pro-
FLORIDA STAR Uf for each copy he sells. Those I Dr. Jackson and the Political Dr. Jackson was who has beta sa feasiona&y to the DJB. sad
I that see !not! sold will x e t u r a and will not be I Action Committee gave plausi claimed by those at his fo.lopj.u far Canada and to proficient to
'required to ply for unsold copies, I i his reasons for endorsing lit sary J reception, oa Ip and flMtn-lal Arabic and Karate. .
,.Nixon and was emphatic oa hischoleeJa the .. She to a widow and has DM
"t7 basic issues to the life of this struggle of a W IDef.The says. she.'.1IenaIJ. IS. r
Intend
we are
cation. Dr. Jackson said: "the of his endorsement (The Dulled Church of Christ
SIGNATURE OF PARENT.\ GUARDIAN- .election of a new President across the country. Dr. : may for oven some Ume have. to a union of the Congregational
provokes aa orderly change at F. Ray of New York QrIaUaa and the Jn: ctUWaadBefar.eesOarcMa.
now
,': this period of Americanhlstory president of the moreeducaUoL realizing the**;: .)

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CHURCH NEWS / Will 10 At

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1\\ NEW YORK Quietly and without fanfare tilt United Prtsbyt
FRIENDSHIP PRDtTnVE BAPTIST "\. ,.: '.; .' There.will be a talent program terms Church summoned leading missionaries and overseas.
Sunday School opens at 9.-4S a ja.with superintendent, lira. :. f, Sunday, December 1, at 3:30: church dignitaries to the United States during the past six months
Smith, la charge. The morning worship begins at 11:30 t.m. with ,, p.m., at the First Born Temple to help ease urban tensions la American cities, especially m ,
devotional led by Deacon Winston Wan and Deacon Joseph I ; S23 West Monroe Street AU tilt matter of racial relationships. Extensive expenditures for '
UcPherson. A testimonial serrlct win follow. Communion will singers art Invited to attend the project-} Joint program of the denomination Board of
bt administered at .4 p.m. Rev. R. Robinson wlUjreach. In* { Sister Mary Helen Everett tosponsor. National Missions, and Us overseas-oriented Commission oa '
t 'Tuesday weekly prayer meeting will beat 1 p.m. !J Sister Margaret John- Ecumenical Mission and Relations-Involved a heavy risk: for
:BETHLEHCU BAPTIST /. M ton to mistress of ceremonies leadership of the 3.3 million member church because of opposition ll
Sunday I boot begins at 1:30 a m. with Superintendents Deacon Elder MOlt Hill to pastor. to church involvement In social Issues. I

Eugene Sawyer. Mrs. Ullle Webbert and lira. Sadie redd In { Th* missionaries end overseas western New Tort, returned to
entree* The mom .ing service begins at 11 a... The communion Bishop Everlena churchmen were assigned his homeland assuring hosts
ferric will be administered at I p.m. The youth church meets t to so-called "crisis pres that "God will not forsake this
at e p.m. AU choirs and tshers win sent all day. Rev. W.L.' ; Dunn Honors Rivera of Chicago, Hudson great country"
f Williams will be In charge of serrices. Urs. Vivian Wilson is If ( York), Tulsa, Presbytery and IJ'IIOCIleadtra
reporter. i, Washington, D.C. West Florida, from New York to California
,. .... Yearly Service Western New York (Buffalo), shuddered at the thought t that
EMANUEL BAPTST .' Philadelphia and to the synods missionaries would return"and
Teachers and prayer meeting will be at the tsual hour with the 1 Tb 18th anniversary of Bishop of Arizona, Michigan (Includinguptight try to save" the very suburban
superintendent and teachers charge. On Wednesday Choir No. .t Everlena Dunn Friday night, Detroit), and Ohio churchmen whose gifts pay their
S win rehears at 7 p.m. Choir Wo. t will rehears at I p.m. ,November 29, at Mt. Ararat (Cleveland and Cincinnati). beach salaries
\ On Thursday noonday prayer meeting Is held at the church. AH 't. ) S Baptist Church, to the annex,, presbytery or synod they Yet, except: to a few scattered
choirs will lent at St. Thomas In the Thanksgiving service t Ht will be occasion for the appearance were formed Into teams of two Instances, tilt worst that was
Choir No. I will accompany pastor toSt. Thomas on Thanks of many prominent andsupporting to six people led by a coordinator feared never happened. Th
tiring night. All youth groups will meet at 10 a.m.Saturday. This ;; groups and persons.. drawn from the American people who cam were deter
Includes all choirs,ushers, missionary groups and the guidance ;; 't4 clergy, Tb teams la Inner mined, but 'tr1IOI..tIl1l.:
r committee Sunday School begins at 1:30 am. with Mrs. Uamle ., cities and suburbs, doing such their approach,"Ptrll tlOlDt'
Fields and Deacon George Smith in eJIar,.. The lesson will be \ r' divers things as Interpreting ,of u who have lived through a
discussed by an appointee. Consecration takes place at 10 JO ..... jf racism (out of their own overseas revolution eta help you" sis
a.m.''The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The deacons win Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel experience), establishing mild-voiced Urs. Robert B.
Joseph Henry see } the picture her were honorees of th bride'sparents
*
be In charge. BTU begins at 1 with Deacons In th Pierce
a
p.m. James Phillips community projects J missionary returned
Ur. and Mrs Ot all Burroogh, 1111 West t5th Street at reeepUa'receiily.
a wedding
la charge. The evening worship begins at 1.30. Choir Wo. 3 and Th bride wore a satin brocade ghetto, assisting police-corn hoe from tilt Cameroon to t
two-piece dress
the children's choir and Usher Board No. street-length and a shoulderveil amity relatloaahlos and Unsdowne Pa.
S (
and 4 will serve. and her ) audlenc 4
only Jewelry was pair of Th bridal table
earrings. overlaid
Mrs Marian Carter and Urs. was with a white even In tilt Tulsa Instance bad
.L. Badger will be la charge linen tablecloth with Interwoven French lac*. a feeling that I was going
r of music. "BapUBlag" young black th* wrong way," said So AU-
t militants with authentic African house, a missionary to Japan,
PI GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTST The Borrongs Miriret Nttml Wilsea names. as she described flying over
Communion will be obsemd oa Sunday, December L at 1:30 f Fall-out from tilt acUe>>-ct111 tilt Pacific Coast while Watts
p.m. Sunday School will open at 9M a.m R. McKtonon, super Honor, Newlyweds going on la some tea cities and was burning, en route to bet
totendent, and teachers win be la etau,.. Th morning service Marries Willie Farrell presbyteries--has been U diverse Asian post. "'Ibt whole Urn I
begins at 11 a.m Choirs No. 1 and t and Other Board 1 and t u th* mixed bag of was abroad I felt ton, pulled
1 1 t h will serve throughout the day. Both major sermons will be Hr. AndMrs. HenryUr. Miss Margaret Faoml Wilson, daughter oIl1 f.Marian Wllsoff ..,j ... African Asia tad Latla to two directions between Japaa
\ delivered by the pastor, Rev. D.B. Barnes. The consecration of and Mrs Hart,was Inca to WUli Farrtll, son of Mr. and Mr. Frank .. ', ... American church leaders and and my own country," she said.
f the choirs and tubers win be la the Prayer Room at 10.5 a.m. OtheU Burroogh D. FarreU, beautiful double-ring ceremony after morning veteran missionaries who took And so, daring summer and
t by Rev. DemliEadm.ThecmsecrWmadacoruds.coceua, 1317 West tSth Street, werehosts services oa Sunday, November t In Mt hoc AME Church, BEBdf EYECtLENA DCNN, part. James Phillips, a Tokyo autumn, while social worker
L choirs, and ushers will be at 1:11 p.m lath* Prayer Room with at their home at a wedding Newnaa and Beaver Streets. Rev. Charles E. Toston. pastor :.seminary professor, .'charged after social worker' was forced
e.the pastor la charge. Mrs. Nlmrnl Bines will b* at tie ortaa. reception for newlyweds Ur. and Bishop Carey A. Gibbs, presiding prelate of the South Among them win be: Tb* police with lack of skill la out of th* black slums, a group
I it; Willie L, Toting will be at the piano. Prater 1DttU.Dc will. andMrs.JoseeaWatkaalelHeary Carolina Conference, officiated.Th Harrell Singers, Silver Airs, handling crowds to Chicago of Asians and Americans, their
Tuesday. m7Wemuida by the deacons. The Bible study will soa-la-Iaw aaddaughter. bride entered th* church carried a covered Bible adorned Heavenly Five Gospel Singers, (though be defended the necessity persoaalltles markedly
( be at P. ", and Is led by the pastor.Choir No. I ,oath* arm of her brother, Mlchael 'silk U orchid and stephanotls. Bostonettes, Urs. Essie Ua tor crowd control to the different from th* people: normally .
will rehears Wednesday, at 7.-4J p m Choir No. I will rehearse A wedding cake of six heart* E. Wilson, McDfll Air SlIt wore a alngl! *ntrlng of small Thomas, Mr. Freeman of Atlantic convection city), comparing the to be found to the toner-
Thursday at 7:49 and the Junior choir Saturday at 8 p.m. Th D. shaped layers was surrounded 'Fort Base (Tampa). Th bride whit* pearls, a gift of th*bride Beach, The Campbell- blue ,coats adversely with their city, walked through streets of
B. Barnes Choir rehearses at I p.m. Saturday. Baptism will be 1 by a cake wreath of whit wore aa Empire A-lln* gown' groom. Family, Tb* F&1tJIfI&lAtrdlDl- Tokyo counterparts who tied New York, Chicago Detroit and
administered la the morning serrie*. gladlolas and terse, gold and of taw brocade with loaf Miss Evelyn E. Copelaad was ere, Mr. Edella JacksonMrs. similar probleam. Oa the other Isewher
c white candelabra'adorned each ... The back of th* gown maid fll honor.She wort a ron Ida Bacon, Mrs EUtabeth Dawson ,hand, u African: from Ethiopia, United Presbyterian leaden
HOLSETCMESunday aide of the table. was accentuated by tiny covered chiffon dress with matching: Mrs. Louise Bills kadle Mrs. t revolutionary labia own right' make: ao claims that miracle
\ School begins at 940 s... with lira. Birth Oriffla and Standing to the receiving la buttons to the waist and aa cessories and a rose eor..,.. AA. Miller, Bishop Informed bushy-haired young were accomplished, or that lilt
*n I teachers la charge. Th morning worship begins at lit... with werei Urs. Alice Burrough and' Inverted pleat to the short skirt: Richard E. Adams, Jr., was Gibson, Mrs. Harriet Johnson, men to salt Detroit that effort markedly served to
Rev. Bell
tile pastor la charge. Tb evening service begins at 1.30 p m. Mrs. LoUSe Henry hemline. Her veil was attached best .... '_ George Jones, the Africans bars long admired 'reduce tensions. But they ar
with! the stewardesses n charge of communlaa.Usher Board No. Guests wtr presented by Mrs to the satto petal cap with seeded 'Mrs. "'rl.,Williams,soloist Band of Truth Choir, ChrUtlaa America and relate high hopes secure ta their confldeac that
u Z and Choir No. 1 will serve an day. The Christmas rehearsal Gloria Henry lams, sister ofth pearls and rhlnest< esA and sho sang "I Love You Truly, Band of Truth Prayer Band, and affection for U authentic. aeV Byte of Jotot'
Is Saturday at .4 p m. at the church. .... En ICa CUbtrtIlf. groom. At the punch bowl and Mrs. Maybell W. Waterford Mrs Margaret Btldwto" Mrs. Charooa tt.llmuul11 1 I actioa to mlsstoa has beta dtocovered. -
.secretary.Rev D.A. IItEI'1i Is pastor. were Misses Elisabeth Baggs Haase Of God waa ...Ietn. Mrs. Horace Let Brannon, Mrs. churchman assigned. to .
and mule Cooper. K1at Wardell Mathews was bridal A&nlena HopI, Mrs Idu

..JEW REDEEM BAPTIST Mildred Smith, Janet Brady, consultant, assisted by Mrs. Rlgglns, Wiiver Johnson, Mrs.
Homecoming Day wW be obIi"t I..,Peet.r II. rvkM ConsueUo Christopher, MarvaUttcbttLaa4 Will It HtstWill Rote Peppers.A Arleatha Tucker, Mrs. Amanda. CO"SOl DI
.Sunday begta with the Sunday School.UetoawtU be reviewed ., : Joaa.,Coflpej-' dinner for lilt wedding party Blue Leath Mrs. Pearl Smith, Mrs. EuJ !W :.IOW
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"by aa KppolntM.-Tht mortlat wor 'mrwlth: the flsUredtbt gndt.Mts. MtTh '''. family wn held tome horn* Cooper Kiss GuIlt .
*' deacons la charge of derations The choirslU tr Board No. I Louis Graham aunt ofth t: of Mr and Mrs. Leroy Jones, Hammou aid Mrs-- Phyllis- ..h..... ;
,1'1 will serve throughout the day, with Mrs Fa.DaSt.raeboa la groom was the bridal conultant. Florida State Convocailoa '21 West 31st Street ,Johnson.
charge of music. District No. I will meet la tile home of Urs. The bride's book was win be held at lilt Bout of Cod* The couple win reside at 90S The public'U uvltedl:
Marie Green on Cast 30th Street at 3 p.m. The Home Millions kept by Mrs EUtabeth Retry, Ills Ueharry Avenue, Friday West Sixth Street.Amerlun .
will meet at the church at 3.30 pm.Deaconess Board No.twill sister-la-bw of the groom. November II, at 7.30: pjn. and
11 meet at the church at 4.30 pm Th evening worship begins at all day November 30, beginning
I p.m. Both sermons will be delivered by aa appointeeThe Rev YB. Brace with the Sabbath School oa November Legion AWARD
1 pastor will be attending th* dedication of the Florida Memorial 30. Th lesson "tbe
*' College la Miami. Prayer meeting Tlhadysigdsl 7.30 p.m., Becomes Pastor Tempi. to the Ua of lute!.''
J followed by Bible Study at I pja. win be reviewed by th* pastor.Th Auxiliary Plus P RT SWEATERS

COLOGSIANS'BAPTIST Of HI. Olive AHE evening worship begins at White edem4trea. 1.11Moibine

Sunday School begins at 1:10 a... with the superintended Spja.wlththdvotleaalservice. run December Heel "
Rev. Y.B. Brace, former Bishop! Dothaa $13
J, and teachers. la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by theapratadeate. weehobie
and Florida Slat
R The morning worship begins at 11 am. Com pastor of Allen Chapel Ala pastor Because of th* Department
Church Ptasteola, Florida, Superintendent, will preside. KId.W1Dter I
Convention there
munloa services begs at 3 p.m Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor,
has bees Bishop>> S.P. RawUngt Chief
tPate4putorolKt. ,
will be a special date
Choir No. 1 Choir No. S ud Other meeting
will deliver both sermons. ,
Olive AME Church. Apostle of lie Boas of God American Legion Auxiliary WOOL
Of( 'Board 1310 a serve throughout fZIiMaLtnetankh Rev Brace Is a Florldlaa, a from Lexington Ky,, will beprtseat. Unit 117. oa Tnadsy. ,
at Adress 11M West
begins :
t graduate of Edwar4 WatersCoUege. Bishop DaaielCampbeU. ber a, to the home of Mrs SWEATERS
1 TABERNACLE BAPTIST pastor and Southern Lute Campbell, Ins West
He will be present for all Divisional Supertotendaot Cincinnati State Asserted
Street. '
Holy Communion will be administered Sunday aftenoa at win .....at. Th 1 09S'
services Sunday b* AU members are asked to dol) 'Colon'
1 Rev. W.E. and doconswfflb to eJIar ..
Young Sunday
p..a to blocks west ofUoaerlef
church two
Th director of Mute 8. .
please brlag Items for th* .
Solomon
School begins at ISO ajn. Supertatende B. will
Road betweea
AMa Greene will bring some Christmas
TV be la charge. The lesson win be reviewed by Urs. V.O. Young. ; baskets to be givento
and Xavier Roads.
rational the Brooklyn
Inspl
alaglag by
some deterring family.
teacher. Th morning service begins at 11 a.m. Rev. Young Sweat Slttrtr .2.25
combined choirs of the church. Bishop Dothaa Fault to pastor. Dues ....
are being
accepted now
will deliver th All adult choirs the Senior Males
Yj message. Mrs Barbara Brown Is
Chorus and Usher Board No. 1 willserve. Th Teachers'y Th members of the Parent re- for 1949. No misting will beheld Sweat Pants.. ..._ .....245MM1i
Teeth orgaaltatloa art porter. i
meeting Is Wednesdays at .m.; Prayer Is held on tile regular eight .
cf ill beheld requested to remain after ser,
t tt 7:30 p.m. The anniversary districts jointly ekes Sunday moralng. Plans 1 whit's''
oa December 3 la th* church auditorium The anniversary i
ere to be completed for the
c. of all the adult choirs will be December S la the church, at musical ree1a1SndmyDecemtar
s p.m. Mrs. Alien president of Choir No. I, and Urs. Grace I.Ikbtp. PING-PONG
i Scott, president of Choir No I art ta charge. JO Smith Is D FOOTBALL
as.president of the male chqrus. Christmas practice: .la oa Tuesday -TAPLE- I
d: at .33pja: Urs. BJI. Uwrenc Is supervisor.oc UrfisFiltkfiluss
and Roll
Fold EQUIPMENT .
I CHURCH OF CHRIST WRITTEN BEATEN .

b Sunday School will begin at 10 .... with th* superintendent,
a Mother I. McCle dos, ta charge. Th adult class will be taught YOUTH SET ;
f' by Deacon L.C. Franklin. Highlights will com from tile pastor.
oc Sunday Is Pastorag Day. Serrices begin at It aooa with attar !I. Girl's Pie.ST LZ4

-t prayer, followed by devotions. Elder Brown, mppotnled to OrS J.n.y.pant$5,95
s church will speak at both services Sunday.Choir No. I wiLl serve LOUIS,-BUhop Herbert
.9 all day with Professor AJf. Green at tile organ. Usher Board Shaw of tilt AME Zloa Church *mamui MAUO rrufHOufcAU WSNOWOMWTMIUUft
tt No. 1 will serve also. Mrs McOala Is president.At I,.. the told many black churchmen here
n\Youth Hour will be observed wWI the YPCW la charge. Urs.Uclie recently that God's "Chosea 1 110 u. Volt Rubber Footballs s6.951ARBa.L
People'' ar those who ,.... .....u..........
Council Is presldnt.Thevenlngworsblpbegins at 7 ,.. choose
i .Holy ComaoDlon will be given at th* close of th* as Sege. Oaa to do the will of GaeL !) Parts and Shirt Sets --JTIII-W-Tr-TIlllIllIITll 5.95
.,....y aooa th* prayer band meets m the upper room Mrs Bishop Shaw to tile new president Do' mitts /'f.A./.e..f'*,.14 _.
10"Ana West Is The School kssoa for December 'Of the aatIaDaI Committee jroa questions abouFtfie! btf- SET ., \
K'I win be discussed president and taught Sunday Deacon Franklin: adult teacher. of Black Churchmen, all of Beet Crisis our nation has ever GUIIitII S..r Pads ...1.....'..,"........ S5.45 ,,

It' The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. Questions may btsc who met to apprato sad reappraise ['aced the' facial crisis? DIMtIi.w.. Gillie Jerseys _....".........._ 2.25 I
th
asked Mrs. Eva Hicks Is president.Oa Thursday night services btoc k maa to Po you have suggestions you' d like
are ta the roams Friday night Choir No. 1 will rehearse. a1taUau im Helmets s5.25
upper aMph1In. .to Bake to the Black and the White _Sp laI- In rn T 111' .
*Ieashe
Urs. E. Brown Is president The anniversary celebration was'.Ir
ft ACe....Deacon Fraatila was chairman.Elder Thomas Brown, ealaeot leader said"Our leadership about how to solve it? '
0 pastor. Mrs Rouna P. UldoTeton, church reporter. The public Marta. mast fera like a fire tf Do you want to hear what other $.19! 'lm
Mis Invited. A cold, tedlOereat world to to ordinary citizens art people: John
be aroused and Informed. Be f
'villtlistStfttl Crusade For Christ acoaraged th* conference Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and
committee to ""014 loo**, what sort of ,answers they come up LAYAWAY

:S Guest Of fills At Ml Slut! i.sh totu>.h''tfl,"*Be'''s aide bate'or must forensic seek, with all ? Make yourself heard and hear' it CHARGE tJ FOR
on NIGHT
the
CALL *
Oi Dec. 1 out our brother to all of Asa new, nationwide ACCOUNTS( CHRISTMAS
lirtUiyTti telephone call-in show.
and .
Africa and emphasis more
The Cruaad* for Chris INVITED
c A Bfrthday Teaf CD b* spoa6 Revival which J began at Ut about Egypt than the Bebrew's. : P.I.T. 12:31: A.M. ;'
c gored Sunday,.December M, at Sinai HoliacM Church, 114S| stay there.B* said Blacks mast WRHC.I1:3I
tU 3 p.m. at 117 Spearing Street' West list Street oa Tuesday rediscover the truthemcuiag Tlniii Friday.
Th pest of th* malac wlllb light November tt, will eon-' th* netrenrhnfi of& t's SOBXshmael Cl1LC.IJJcJ
eaEvaagtlist Berate site, clad* oa Dmpr7TDedkatorial as well as those dbe !_ 212-741-3311' +RtlNGTON tTHLHIE. COMPANY
founder tad pastor of th* PeaJttecostal services win i Sarah's son Isaac, tor both trsk' t Gdjielibrcrrk
Church of Faith, Is c., held for workers from.ort I sons of Abraham *', Released to cooperafloa with the
nft BtecY iii'
it "This winbethebeglaBlatis'of and .Jb that th* National Council of Churches
party
Carolina, New Jersey '
Evangelist Statea'S birthdayMkbratioa .F1< '
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I Feitired In Stores CitilofiesChristmas '
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tat poor Did eta usually what he'll -0.. l : or visit your
goes find la his Christmas Mother's gram: phone Junior Mitt etiquette,
stocking. This year, let Dad be put of the nesslnt tamel It;;' dinners, unsurpassed American Express holiday nearest Western Union office; grooml f4 .........
Unusual gadget guts that bclede i'replica of an oldtuhioned -' Credit Card has come up with I ten them you want to send an
appeal to men art plentiful la American Express "Be MyGGuest" Q. CM you RQeIt.-aM
pimp (the bamdfe 'a and to _
new unique
way kto of-H rtr gift taro eat
.e.1J4! eatalOC1J8t-Ud; doableat a shoe bornl,and, remember friends and loved I invitation-telegram; ndbrerTOftMtaacmcnrne .
will Ion them.. For his car, a give them complete regular .
Jewelled scimitar that makesa ones who may be far from *? My mM Jtrt coca
for example there's a steering dandy taper welht. home during the two most order form information Mat whet I hate to bhk of
wheel "loTt"A rear window' Eves the old standbys.ties, cherished holidays on the i including your personal greetings omcataf fad eepechmy
iDcrir"protector "gun" for: socks and other haberdashery .calendar.0 .1HEY DO THE. something ffc-t III my INgteI
ton coins. For his office or den, -win be more fan to receive With itt't r;novel "Be My RESTI Help!
hs'mlght like aa eieeatlre when they're packaged "la. Guest" gift suggestion For a son fighting in Viet A. Start a gift dewed Whenever -
waste-b&sket or a "decision d1I 1ae". For sample, roll American Express Credit Nam whose spending "R &; you're hopping and tee
maker" paperweight For his !a pair of socks Into a tubular Card makes it easy for R" in Hong Kong Japan or something that one of your
leisure time present him. with package decorate It with anyone to play "absentee Hawaii, or even for the friends would like, Just be im-
,awealer-ihlrt with ,.a sequins and hang tt oa the tree. host" virtually anywhere in college student unable to get pukive and buy ft. Keep yow
"custom-made" slogan.For Pack a belt In-a local foodboaor the world.To those who find home for the holidays, "Be finds bi your gift drawer, alone
Us personal grooming: put handkerchiefs lau themselves in far-flung places My Guest" is a most with paper and ribbon and
.surprise aim with after share empty carton. The for when a birthday or holiday approacriei -
cigarette during the holiday season,the imaginative way a parentor
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decide which
,lottoac* cologne la a decoratlrs Mtsldes of packages caa be 'idea much more friend to say "WE MISS art
represents would be belt for which friend
decanter perhaps one that trimmed with for his .
gifts' r i9' than a meal. It means that YOUr or relative.
deplete a eport or hobby. Tow favorite port- collection of r back home someone carts at
Ave HepresentaUrs aloae has golf balls tied with red ribbon, these most sentimental of Phenoussl Doll
aIDe decanter styles to choose ,
colorful golf tees or fishing American holidays.HERE'S .
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Interesting files. .. HOW IT WORKS:
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MW ones Introduced this year Package two gifts to one a*a I .,,.-. t.- .. ' SoapAlcohol Washes special surprise. For example : ,. ; '-_' t., from th"American Express
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give him .
a large man-slse
.. : to Credit Card dining and enter
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ashtray with
a package of his -
'directories. included
tuning
Window In Winter favorite cigarettes, cigars or Men's colognes and after share lotions BOW come to ft variety attractive and rentable.containers. in the directories is order
TnclnnUckl tobacco-or combine a comb One of the newest of after share lotions comes U a watch"bottle which caa an
Atitkony of New fond whkh>
York U not deterred from washing and brush set with a handsome be used as a bookend when empty. Another Is la a replica of aa old-fashioned pump, the sender'limply American requiresthe M
,window at a Banker Treat build-c'bottle of hair spray tat nea.I handle of which doable as a shoe bora. Both snubs only through Aroa Rs wesenb11vu.. Express Credit Card number
big even when the thermoaeUi I sirprUe gifts like off'
dine i and address number
twist* below fretting..HU car sun bet to please KELP FIGHT CAI'CER WITS name
er t wttpoat.a.mixture of soap i the au of the house this Christ* Fashions at A guests and approximate
with sJeobol. sus. A CHECKUP AND A CHECK delivery date the Invitation b
to be sent American Express
takes care of aD other details 1
I ElfEWIIIATE. I BTUATTIECOLLBS Glance and dinners for two or 4
f
I HUE NEGRO PRESS OCTEIUtATIOiaLTol two-dozen are.ioon on the:
way. Order forms can also be
if HER' SHUTSI tilt 1latv1lJ."ut- tfealm piUow licking 'se..- :obtained from RepresentativeOffice -
tie fashloas not oily are sucker and roUs. of American Express ,-- -
AJ.II ., appearing with relreteea Skirts, rests and pockets area Company or It* Subsidiaries
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MARK E T ribbon and bows la the comeback &mad with the liberal use For all those _
-SUER "Black" gas beautiful)but of fringe. Embroidery enlivens- those"rpurof.the.moment"

I .... dresses and )v'if tt'il cuffs and collars.MFaa" lush1orders for "Be
A small fry sophisUcat\ black'velvet : colors range from, My Guest"* can be sent
CUT with hammered satia Browa Bear, Elephant Cray directly to guests by Western '
CENTER sailor collar cuffed dress orlumpsutt Balloon Red, White and Blue Union. Ile s'i all the tender :
from Swede, sells I to Ice Cream Mint and Peach doe when the invitation :
WESTERNPORK VfJJIJIly IS}. Giraffes InOueaee Edwardma must be delivered less than ;
79wa Pre-teens hire landed'Hoenmy's "Mini" fashions for ".1UI1tMutu..II' even working day, or when
Romantic world of, staad-vp '
CHOPS II. the. Boa-dvrable preas fabric'' collars reach all the way,ap.tht "P r/"me" Overshoes i.:. .. L ,
&c*"" there are pretty UtUe clrc -tad narrow sect iTbe: pbenomeaal fasaloa doll. Barbie world's pact- ettr for
V Ie tor I u-1tJ1td dresses ol and ruffles trickle dove the Teplckly. dry the liable of fahl m, groaning and manners, BOW has something; fantastic
I floral wallpaper lace; tea chest. .......pr... hoots tnMrt the op her sleeve (really behind ltl\Eh*CIa talkl By reaU71d.b1C
** S C[ BREAKFAST over low gathered skirts, Ifr A'special;-r1C.w": < ** s ton''.4afrNrotayt,drry.ai, tutoaboone .her dully talking Hag she sari ala different fun-length Uea
BACON .f
tented with relreteea ram, may.' ttoyt uU !& type d rwi. For this vocal debar Barbie wears a trend-setttog
.' belts and bows aplenty, and sleeves, a doubl row ofgold If1lffatatf r, r7. tads bold and a scaQoped-ediwd crochet trial suit which the
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t"" peasant ftihloaed neutral- braid 4oft,De snot, and the eoep Into drop Mh an boot unwrapped this tr o r height of iuhlea el.gaoa. Talking Barbie has lIMItS bendable
colored lies ls smoothed over 'lack Is opal to prevent. "iii.mriumr' a fresh, cUau smell; between restores .!tea, teal cyelaaaes and Is complete win a transparent posing
pale la wa.IComiiy. _rl",.. stand _
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CELlO "' poly oa the diem up-stagers,
45 "Pereaalal pants'.jatur "Smt-IICIT" IESTEIN IEEF Fill
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flattering "with Its**as r.rllu'cut SHOP
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charcoal gray poodle Cared

pants fitted, rest sipped by up Jamee the front Alleea with' i., I Bound Steak"SirEUIfilT" it. 98 {

raspberry creak pants and1 I
a Juliet-tape white dacron shirt j I -
by1 Ur Roberts or recline la > IESTEIR IEEF Fill CIT
IIIUII lOb lac..** cotton relretee|.t|I 1\\\
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'SllInllll'S springs will herald the return
KAKE.RITE C.uf-4' 'of the flattering A-Uae look... I All cess sun uicci "SIPII'lICREEF( IGIMI
The jumper grora-np loot at
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bespeckled with tiny but bold., HiiU'iuiitPotatoes ,
OLEO flowers. MAYONNAISEASSIITEI IT. .
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skip and Jump la "free" Kan* .
LUE PLATT'AYONNAISE pros Jumpsuits and orer-aU '
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variety of course, BOW comes # '
la a fanny fact toy container.',
And what child would object ttaking _imit 1 w4d.or Mora Order EzeL Clg. .
a bath whea his butty FIEJI IAILII .: +
bam comes la the handle of ft. 'ii
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Hn smart shopper know Chat:
wbat she bojrs can make bet
maJs drab or delicious,tasty
or tasteless tad neat Important
within her bullet or DOt 1 .
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,buying As food become prices mort|o ail and mar vis* Op STOKES --: AMD IMot.

Imp 0 r t III Gorermmeotfood
stamps, Rued as mooej, art Kit SOUTH..l...l I W/n.GO w mxt pvftlv. ...t"'l.od no cga.rl .

.ear welcomed be ",ta pent"rapermtrkeU for any food.and; PEANUT BUTTER. 39*
''Howerer,they vm not tor/soaps ASTORCOFFEE
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and cleaning supplies,,, beer,
cigarettes or otter Boa-food I4k CIACEN'GOOD

items.Be a better shopper and you FIG BARS 39*

will be a better cook Betty,' : . .
Brovnell, home economist tor ,4
the National AssociationFood t
Chains," sanest 11 ways to *
sat*' money and IUD set a FANCY RICE..3, 39
better meal before ytwrtuolly. 7 : .
Rer "baker's doiea" of Ideas M.B. .
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awe TOO.time and nooeyl CAN 49
Get the shopplnc list habtt. <
Keep paper and pencil bandy SYRUP..49
In the kltchea and write thincs j
don as you ran oat of them. Abe Allow ,
When yo use the bet eapral of lJ'.11 OM WM $S.O M M e Hwdnel
Instant Mnfat dry milk, f Jot It r
down. You might erea save PAPER TOWELS..4/l.
yourself aa extra trip to the
store. QUANTITY RIGHTS RtSERVEO-l>>RlCE GOOD THRU DECEMBER I i
Plan meW la adnnc Ocanewspaper Na 1 CM THtim MAO ClUSHtD iSLICED _..Miit ire*!*,1r1.-enli.llrti..1
ads to tf eyoa Ideas

and tell you what's.. on sate or PINEAPPLE............ 4/l.
special this .t. B ground ASTOR
beet Is on the lid, you ml&M M L THtfTY MAO riUIT N* X}CM THtTY DMA

decide tOtfit and to meat serve loaf spafhettl a taw al&tta one Drinks 4/l. Beans; .6/l. 5
later. The meat loaf could IB-. .. ... .. .
'elude leftover vegetables that JOOCL HeUttNf X MOAt Via M)CM COOKING OIL
shoaVtart be wasted.Write down
yoor aka plan but change if. Tissue.. ... 4/l. Tomatoes 8/l. I'\\ ,
find a better bay. "
you .... / ,
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Tlalt roar favorite saper- : .

early market afternoon.la the The moralai store will or Ham.. .. ...4/l. Soup.. ... 8/l. 48-01:. '
be less crowded and you be 6 9 "
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w ,c. VAN CAMP1 VltNNA n.e. IWKTHtAIT LIQUID & BOTTLE
able to take as mach time as \ ) ,
you need to read labels, look I.
5/$1 \
lor tamiyt specials feed.and. Take decide yoar OB your list,: Sausage Detergent 4/$1. !tff' ,

your mines and year food ; 11 LIMIT I WITH A 1..0 OA MOIl .
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stamps. Pies to shop wits a '" PUICHASI IXCLUDINQ Ct4Almn.
friend and visit at the same.
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Look for he specials that wera BOB WHITE SLICED
hot U the ftewtpapers. Bone niM ouAtna IOIN UKIO INTO
ngwrmarkets decide to bare
aa ettra ",aJe" u4 luck" PORKCHOPS 68ADA
customer *wUl sate moar.Chinee ;
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your men plan right
then and there. .
'Be sun yo *,e plaaaed meals: I 1A B_.CDEClALS", "
.01' art.pretty as well. food hwlMills 'i r0 X D?? .).. 1 'l \J.r.\.: .. ... '
for yon. CUUre* (and grvnVp USO+CHOCT WO aiANO COIN HO SOUND wa SIANO COIN rto SLIP for' ,
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the basic tour groups everyday STEAK 98 ROASTW
I Ueat and that poop tacnde --- .. iL
pas try and fish), Milk, frills USOA CHOCf wo atAND COIN no CHUCK wk n.. ouci' OIN NIP ,
and Verttablea aid Breads sad LL ? < '
STEAK 58 STEAKETTES
17'i
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your member vegetable potatoes dinners For does and eolorrtL eye-appeal more meat for loaf A maabed,free male that 1 } CMOCI sf.79C:: :: GR.wa SAND j ELAN BEEFS $1"

colorless saaerkraaLUse $LSCD BACON
food stamps wisely. Re
member that food stamps art ''t (
money and wise buying means 'jU.l.'U\ C 'rt..pwi'fmAJ'r.tJJtUAIO: .4/ ,. ..
tKAn \t5 \
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roe would cash. Look for All Flavors THRIFTY MALD'

stamps."bargains" waea you spend FAR bGE... LIr 59'COTfACE: CHEESE.... 5' f ::'


the product Compare label Take brands The goreraaeat time of the to same,read rev 'SLiCEl IOLOGNA..59: *MEW} FOOD........ (!' I C E M I [I'

Quires that the weight (and AMELTANGY CANNIB
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anything added to the product) fdiKS. 45Vfb SH1IERS $149 ,
be listed clearly OB the label. ,
D you anally buy canned peas, dJUiiTFOOl : 411 ( '
compare prices of three brands .. ... pIt1YOARMS CHEESE..59 ,
Id tile same weight K the ,
Quality U the same,you might GOLDIN Rlfl J I I 2 $1
save money.Comrare HALF
the same protect la

different likes carrots forms compare if your'prices family BANANAS 10 ..

if fresh, canned and troaen:
carrots, Mow decide whetheryoa .
hare the time to prcpar' U1N.I ** .. .
fresh carroU (theyOl cook UCO RUSSET BAKING1p TATOES..1 < 2u.THUNDUIOtT PIANO CMUNUESBEADED ASTOe MISTANT eel,.._$4 U.&
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washing and scraping, )which are Shrlmp.I.99 Pota 39
HEAD lMcWOSH es.
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often less upeostfe. K every 1"\0.'C Li !
mints counts,canoed or frosea CABBAGE ......... :APPLES.........2 lAG 3O UCHl fj,fee pixiANA COUA1W":MUJTAIO Ol W/laoh .

carrots thoagn Working they may women may sent cost cant you)'OI1IOrt.1 always better T MATOJS.-l.39' PIA. FRESH NGES..5':059: < Coffffte Rich 4/l.TumipS. 31.

boy the least cxnmatrs product
sine their time Is short with der"DOGS Wb'E'L M" No.303 Con GREEN GIANT No.JVi Con OWN KING !

.many chores oaearoBl to fill jrodacts tt.Use' and U4a.SNOIO'NLSowITOlU1'LivfSnaps .. 33 Cream Style Corn '27 Chow .Mein Noodles.. 29*
others which win mote
;food go farther. A macaroni your, No.300 CM VAN CAMP N.O, GREEN GIANT BABY WHOLE.. U-os.33*..2J-ot. No.303ConOfUNKINGMEAyuss. v ,

dish,for example,wtthTsmaU, Cleaner Beans 21 *. Sweet Potatoes Chow / V *
39 Main
amount of meal added wiflserr. Kidney : 49
more people than the same' No.303 Con CHUNKING(
amount of meat, cock id alossjIs 39 Ira 303 Can Kl MONTE ;
addition,,the meat make the Stewed Tomatoes 33 Chop Suey Vegetables 33* s'Satx; : t,23*

tasty.otherwise Lean bland.macaroni to BM rte very or:; .......................... ..........................h............-..-...-'.....................................................!....... !'...... .............. ,

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Hot HolidayCheese Try Casserole Cookery Be Neighborly With




DipThe t Coffee Nut Rolls


homemaker who serves "something sped*!" during the
holidays lends an added charm to her entertaining;. Hot Holiday w '
Cheese Dip provides a "warm" touch to cocktail parties and Y
before-dinner conversations. It can be quickly. and easily prepared r Er
with the use of an electric blender. !
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Cookie are the perfect gift fora
eon in service or a daughter I'
rI I at college if.they arrive
II I whole. Is there a secret ingredient 'I
that helps eliminate crush? r 1
Of course there is. It's molaiwest T'T
Early American pioneers knew !
the molasses secret. Their homemade
cakes and cookie usually i
travelled well because-you i
guessed It-they were baked ...-::;
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with molasses. :
Row to Send Sweets .: \
Soft cookie will travel better 4.of Coffee 1M!
than crispy one*. The home : i Buntlnl with robust flavor, these exy4omIke and In the surer
: economist of Brer Rabbit Molames ; Scone Rolls N" Instant coffee In the nut tilting area load way to !
sending ginger- 0 A or taste enJOJlMllL Trey
L.kf suggest Icing for plenty In to cat a wbIJa.
well They lied a especially : 1 1Po welcome friends and nelbborl who simple drop to make the modern ,
a when day or two .L Homemade sweet cotta art really
.,, ,,. + work or'ume
-...... ..VN dough that takes no mote
ahead of time. For shipping use _. ._...r--= + \ way with a tender ICOnI The onJ1 dlfferenot II the
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with lid, bllCUSt
a coffee can a plastic to prepare than a
lining the hot Skillet aDd Frying I'aM-AftJl Tb modcra boaatwlf toqotlaU herself with fa* ettMrol addition or sugar and en for richness and tendemeII.rneuur1nLmtdnl B1 tskgfelt.rtdng
tom of the can .ttrl* of eooklnt. Ta Alamlnoai Association, through Farley Maaaiac Aacoclttoa, presents flour with salt and 1eI.enlnc pteb1ende4.
with waxed p.per. .- the above appetltinf e xainpl t *-*11 by ctssarol, Vt time tarlBf. U tarn eaercy. And, and tUUnI steps are mlMld- "
L It's fun to Brash the dough with batter,'sprinkle tt with the *ugsr. nut'
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decorate thean. OoaUy, )'O'IlIu. a good rcpttt an la on* and coffee mixture and roD up like a Jelly roll. That sue and
Paint It or., bUt until golden brown. Prepare a down soon. Enriched Self
cover with color- rising flour In the rolls offers a bounty of nutrient too-three
ful paper or fofl. If your cookie TIJRNEY vital B-numtns Uiiamtn nIaCIn and rlboflavta phi UN mineral .
j'a are going a long way, place an II'J'JU'1tJ aichtrn and
apple slice In the can to keep trueUW1TB
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them( mold. KVT SCONE SOILS .
The Tsrtefal Gift UESIlDNSO. u reps
Your favorite cookies" baked t rap* enriched self rising K NJ hMr'' a cogs. ..t
with New Orleans molasses, also I* the advantage of a flew* /
make wonderful house gifts, so Jeep based ImrlrjtA. f >9::: tI: U cvp eater I tablespoon* chopped cols
much more personal than anything ,' Special 'i'I' b.sting mixture: fywteateT111* f tf'UpeoBIlnItant effe .,
1% caps 8"'Is* cheese cube X tape light cream you might;"bulJu.cs': added deep I when hand f ore eanfecUewer avgarS
1 cup Parmesan cheeae teaspoon steak sauce ea will enjoy coffee n't reach, baste the d 14 to 14 rap ilk .
robe, or 1 cup grated 6 tablespoon* flour can many time over a* a Butterball Swifts Premium Turkey I UMcspeeo* butler, relied I.UWeepe Bk
Psrmeaan cheese S chicken bouillon cube colorful cookie jar for the all the way throw a* K I.71 Stir together flour and sugar taR m shortanlnt ttntfl mlxtera
1 medium onion,quartered H cup sauterne win kitchen. cooks.Eidunlve oil recipe 'll'l%% resemble coarse crumbs. Blend together m and U" cup mitt.
Vi cup butter The Sweet Staple With Irea! won't alter the natural tarot af Add liquid aU at one to flour mixture, urrtng tmtfl Dour Mmoistened.
Put half the 8,,'Is r"-Into the Ostertter blender container, MolsMes I*more than a sweet but area you of tenderness and If'.- add more mint: to soft dough.'
cover and process at Grind (HI) until crated, Empty Into bow ener.It has more energyproducing juldneM never before poseibl.. Kin of CM world1 experts C. sal*i. "Wla." said Dr. Turn onto lightly floured board and knead gsdij W second*.
and repeat process with remaining; cheeae.. Iron than spinach. Use it toad every tin!. oo wine and its effects CS toSS'S salty, "11 a irtelo but ,Roll out to Ulnch aquar Brush with malted butter. Oambtn
Put onion Into blender container cover and process at SUr old-fashioned homemadeflavor O. It band basting too tarter -txxly tad taaUoDg held a gym coaomlctl of tiBltta brown sugar nuts and I teaspoon coffee; sprinkle evenly over
Lo nUI Saute In butter mill rotdenT; Put onion and to foods hot cereals and way Out roD Into U
( ) during the positing peeled tb dough. Roll up Jell, ton fashion pI.
chop U
butter Into container, add remaining Ingredient except pancakes, as a .:'lIlt lt l potlim rUtin ootly Improving the ptUcat'alot ott i-nit thick sUccs. PUce on greased biking sheet.pan to pr+
wine, cover and process at Mix (Lo) until smooth. Pour Into' cream and desserts A7No It Is not Hand basting tkklvtrttty of Chicago tad ccc.eluded tad Ucnttalac tie tUtritwrdcng. heated 42$. oven U to U minute, or until golden brown Stand '
saucepan J and cook over low heat until thickened. Gradually add shake dark You ran New enjoy Orleans either aid the browning of the turkey thai wine U Mt only ." Th* study found that together confectioners auger, milk and ramainint coffee. DrUot
fisted cheese, mixing".lIaft.r each addition. When cheese Is light or In doter of molasses and and gives the cooksatiates* good, but tt U good for )'011. ptttenU who took win with over warm roll*.
melted,add wine and mix thoroughly Pour Into chafing;dish and nutritious tasty lion.However, the drippings can Th lDInatJaDallmpoa11111 their dlaatrt wr more eo- Spoon flour Into dry measuring cup; ...... Do Dot scoop.
hot Serve with ham roll YfeldtSnaps. way the skin to give '
keep over water. shrimp or not penetrate any
'.* ** added flavor or tIIC bIN,._ at Wit sad Bttltfc wag optrtUr with the atr...,sere
pottered by fttUtdletlRMtrcli h&ppter WU1 their room tad
wb-comtnUtM, 'WIatA4Y1Ior1 with their food tad seeded
Board, vtfck U uigexy leu aediUoa tad .leas alteplaf LOLA'S GROCERY STORE13lh&MyrtleFormerlyGeorge'sj
YOUR DOLLAR of tb* Ctllfortlt CUtDepcrtmaot at4ital1al t1 bedtime.
of Afrtculter Dr. Robert C. Sttpta, who
DM ctalrmu of th rrrnpo- putlcipttod la the study with* ( )
JUYS MORE AT slum Dr. Writers ". Ucit, Dr Sat 1t.1U4 t2aa&tierp seeds .
trots CtUtomla., U profMtor' h.b tjrtttr
BwdtetM &i. B*. gdt.'cirstert'rlbe J. .
emeritus of eter tad hoapttal !
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YOUR IANNH JMvnttty dtISWSISStSletl'd'Yedktre. beiellll'ttf' I t IIsI" !ltJ| ; fiitinis.J.styh:
The otters were'tea paUeDtI'elf wla*. Too mtay .
( the IWwtlry of Bor.aetax ..tale, tt Uttt la the Midwest t ,If Sril.Miits'ir11'.Frssl ..
wsamr.wenenuvu reICISti00peMRUSAr. FOOD Ret1ets UUvtrttty ofBUnoUj lilt gtld. -atr* win obttlatbl .
; STORE"riicrn tad (toes boipUalg U ot prtcrlptlaa bat do. fish '
CUato and Broofclyt. There'is aat publlelM 1U Svil ablity. .

;. also a diet Mtnortty from 'WIat. ttthoagh tt may tothtrfpnUe 'litirtiitt! .Citu
Rom. ItL.1tII.i
la ttt eta right, should
The endears& presented tt the b* coatidrd ta tdjvvtal to _

moraine tad tfteraootatttiofit therapy of toast pttlatt.N siiims ., t.
showed ctotrlf vfcy wise hupartUtad Cpttilat oa the bodily baonuof

throujt BM nUkaUt wise. Dr Giorgio LoIlL
u our moat tacltot motfkU presldsatlslersilloaaCuster A .Ciiiliti Stick' )
r FIT of OM tpatitri told bow for PgychodMttlct, "
beneficial wise U for *matloaitttitvteg which his offices la ROOM,
jDd ; tt* ottrjosr. July tad hew pork u4 ttttta
.up1&1M4 that wine U u UcompUi at* of wino la the (tMof MRS. LOU TRAPP 1SMS7S
SUGAR S II.nmH 39SWIFT'S lMIIIel1 dietary dltbstie pttlaoU ona Itottra Proxlttor

beverage of botu tt tout lid or .*|Itctld. UNDER KEW hUKlCEUEKT: LOU TRAP '.
; disuse tour tad stroke,sad 'sometimes la toUrttod ltd (foraurly of Pica A Pay tt AthUy i Dots Streets) .
i Flew With S.M or More Order U diabetes tad obttity u w.U. IotldolaII encouraged la this

Or. Lena. wtoUtUodlrwtorOf eoBniry." although u la said'regvluly 'Qpaa half day oDawxtay.
PREMIUM Medians lUMtrO. Mine Ad abroad la the dials
Tltory Board optd It* of dltbatica. lit nldttUrcntrtMtrca
'.,mpaIb&. tad detailed the shows' Oat Ktllta

rdlti of racial gelaotlflervMtrct who deal drift..IDe"' "tichr '
CHUCK ROAST I 48 wtick plnne4nU UttrtanullUinf blood nor levels thttdottat Does Coca-Cola
busing mot* who do drink wise regularly .
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crttinly this at toy otter Urn and moderately Otttr stadia* "
la wi..'. $,000-yesr-old allow how diabetics who drink have the taste :.

mdlctl tlctory. I ItioltlaclwUaf .. tine art better ttt to kpthtlr '

'CJWa1e&1I fcydroib*. ftiMmin stable this are tired of? r
SUFI PIEKIIMCHUCK you never get
,Ink tcld Uay bracts of wticatd diabetics no cSaa drink wins :
FIESI u mild tactaUct la the Ta diet medical services ,

STEAK 59 11.4'CSTUny { tnla'or tun to pro lCe rlM- of BrooUya. ..T.YaUna AdmlalstrtUoa -
II. GROUND BEEF attaR "Too may people ben Bocpittladora Is it always refreshing?,
ttsumad for too long Urn that wise for M lapttlttU with ..
via'* effects wr directly Mart dlittt.. Baser, lid
jsttrBwttbU to 1U alciI ol. This
1troU.Dr Williams Dock gild
Unply U sot the ciu," Dr. tine, "1a food preparatloa and Do things better

PEACH HALVES m) Sfirl.QO' 18cU aJ4. at meals,dose mike diets, as- go
Dr. Lea A. Cr oUif of Mctlal for all typo rtactltr with Coke.fter
Itatftr tUttrtlry then told disease aster to tolerate year
of expss'Phi )Ja ttlaui Mpoopl after For
IIUtls yar nun '
CLOROX wale gaowqatatltttlT tpatleaU, U la U easily tdoUtetad Coke after Coke?
CORN 12 II. ffirl.00 |y tow wine rtUzac tt M cost food with -power to ; --.
""- ta ptrtoraiae. a.M* taUa 4.KptrlBwaU Way tppra a toa.dUcomlort,

,Dr Gr**abe r( tad fnstrttloa," a* atid.AFrachUocaaxl ,.
arprCa"sl.a
WU able to proved ",1fteaot1au1 icaklttat = !tr MalsyryiaMMa Iirl".rMeK aAld/a
-YrC..asaat
CIEEM HART. LSJl4 t43a.a.r.M.r.btoi e
K ML rvtcUoa to a loud senders tcknttflc research btu ,
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PEAS 11 st 4."f" .1 1.00. t lore wr prevented wtt shows that"...111 UylllC liquidd ", ;
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UOVKM ):
subjects hid tnproximtUly CjlreOM 'fmmrit tw thick ;\, ,,
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1 of wine; Jet at till no ,
'f.J' Bad 'wrtalnly tart Its toQaaoc -
Bale;tbelr talllty to work*fflelMUy -
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27 oa th* body<< la many
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m CAMP wtt DOt altered.
i ,; wtyt. BatUa living Uttmtat,
Dwlaf a pull ulacatclOB oata aloertlf aattr*.,tad ,
gjamt
PORK i IEANS ;;:wr 3 m ..59CiMPIEU Limit 1 PlasrWUb:6.00 orjfor* Order uses of tine U hospital I CGIIta1u 'about 80"* f tq lMbfttacM c
tad av tlac aotaetttwoCUctcophrilclaa
some of whkh arepoled
tad t Detroit pcy germ kUleri.Win, aid
"Sotoclit rporld ot: tt*, '
TAll Dr. Pascal rta-Ctyoa.,.
; teatflU ot fr lag; wine to Uatf rttty of Bordeaux
3f tsrIEECN .3f ,
SOUP .
TOMATO en: yttteaU. possess aatargatofUoloflcal -
Dr Robert Ktttctbttm.Wtyt propertl which would

.NIT ". Sttt UtlTtrtlty, justify cxnaactlr: stadlti la
Deer oft. told olalbllS1l1t cea- relatiasibtp wubtheiUmgdsryaid
IAIY FOOD STIIIE acted tt Fmnlnttua.Hug, hyiUtle' properties
Ilr i. .
: 'tad another coateetod it two of wla*.* Kw laboratory taca-
.. I r I aoEpUtlt ta Ctllfortlt which s Ziss to Idntlfy Cf7'othWl ------------------

... INiSI E mowed .that ptOeats woo wr II tins have also bees IIIIed to You know it. It's'
best
OLEO SOLIDS ii. 2 : : trrad a gjitn of.wia* Tuft IdtaUfy dUttraat wlaat trw your
le'.25 trimlller tmotc themselves to dUct btadulaat practice
tad toward tilt tttfl tad war, tmoaf Frtflch wtatmakara r*. refreshment buy
la facrtl..mar touted this eaUy.N a.*-aald. ;

ptJeats who Wr aot giyeaJRto1hr Dr. Jobs J. Powers, food
COILARDS n'lj aclaae proftcaor, tklrrJtyof _
recess wr oboikidla Georgia who .hag I1ao COD-
MUSTARD ICI IIIE- UUIS a- t.eomnlud gtady of dactad+ research on tilt tatl '

geriatric pttteaU tt Wright blotto proficrttet ot wins, told
it u.I wood Citadd Car Ftclllrjr 11 aw studies oa tilt ptcmatta ,
TURNIPS I Chtctfo.' u reported by Its I ...., ...... .
audktl Dr, Vlactot that grr* win ttg color. nut 1 aw ,r iwe c .Can case k' ebonlIlct! ..e Ci
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NAACf .Ltcil' .Units DistrUratYlillets a ?' 'Top" Honored By Kodak Educational L


For Director ElectioN I ; (. .0
.jJ,. BTfiCGROPftESDTTERHATIONAL_
HEW YORK-Besots to the election of candidates for t; Roundup
;bird d D1r.ctors rJ tile .... ----- ... .
NatJooaS AaoelaUcD for the.A tv -. .. .
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meat c:<<*$ot 4 Pecple ban bun dispatched fa the t&t'l '
1,7t1.i units throughout th* Country.'There Is.a total .. } if. I K.2 POSTCHICAGO '
U candidates for vacancies. I h. (QPQA Black Bin bu been named to tile No.

Six members art to elected was no nomine from Regloa ,,. : : : I position la this city's sebool system, which Is 51.'per cent
id large la t. nallawldt poll ofTAACP : Necro. H* U aUnford Byrd Jr aa outspoken advocate 0I8dIooIlDt.cnUoa
branches::Baits leach Youth representation on the' : r whose rank will to highest tm held by a Negro
of tile Association's gene ray Board was expanded from three \ 1,1' la tot Chicago public schools. Byrd will sesame his$3S,000-a
gions win elect u adult and a tostTtabycoastltatloaalamendments jut post as deputy superintendent December 1. ,
youth member with the branches' adopted by the H
Toting for adult candidates aced Board of Directors last June. I "CRUSADE m SONG" 3CLEVELAND :
the youth councils and college ,Total Board membership... .\ .. -(QWQ-J.Harold Brown, local musician and 'od
qSonf
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chapters balloting for FodcudJdatu. increased from 10 to 64 to composer has btn commissioned to compos "A Grand' la
'provide for tile addition of oar \ \ to counteract tile preaching of hate between Black sadwhite
The stz''ht-4rie candidates youth members, one from each peoplt. UUr Endowment of Indianapolis has provided the
'are unopposed. They art Dr. region. Adult directors .to grant that win enable him .to compost pro-brotherhood songs.

Ralph I: Batch, United elected for three-year' terms UNION HIT

Netted Undersecretary; and youths for one-year terms. .. NEW YORK-(HPQ-Th.Rev C. Herbert Oliver pros dent.
Kenneth Clement of Clna lad, AU ballots most to returned
school district's
of the embattled Cress Hin-BrownsTlllt
Natloaal ,to tile NAACP National Ode
former president,
board has attacked the United Federation of Teachers
lltdleal Association Klvle, m New Tort City They win. .TOPS'.Rocbesbr'sTeeqi Oa Patrol(TOP))were honored Fred lt..ly Dr.' BUm Arthur Johnson,Otis hider and David' for governing"trying to,destroy (Rtgrots') malt image." Negro and
Kaplan;.. B o.t oa, retired la* ta counted and the results announced ; Flnocan. rop Is a of more than 100 youngsters from
recently at a luncheon at Easanaa-Kodak. Kodak president Dr group Puerto Rican children need to see a man d their own If'CqlIa
dastrlallst cad NAACP at the Association'sannual Louis k. Liters (third from left)had special congratulations for'four tamer-city areas who work with the polk at parka, playgrounds a position of authority he said, charging that tile teachers'onion
president aiace 196t; James meetlag January 11, of the TOP youngsters who saved DIe lives of two canoeist a and bun ces. Kodak provides a major portion of tile funds that .was .kJDC'to hart sires principals, removed from ,
Alfred Kemp, Baker Chicago Lewis.labor Rlmside..Cona. leader.; 1H9. .ibis summer from left an Chief of Police William Lombard, 'support.the program. the district. -

NAACP treasurer sine. iFERREL
'1151; and Mrs Margaret Bush
' Wilson,St Louis attorney Except
for Dr. Clemest, all are

Incambents.Adott'rtglaoal. oomlnees are NOW for CHRISTMAS !
Rtgloa Kiftmlel l Coney LAY-A-WAY

Sacramento, CallS. attorney; ,
Repose 11-8.ary R. Smith.
Pittsburgh,' PaattorneyPadDennis ; COMPLETE '
New RocbeDe, N.T.j :
former branch president and, WITH* WORLD
by petition. Littleton Kitchen,
Delaware City.DeL state conference ; FAMOUS :
president; Regloa DJ-
Dr. Maatlct Rabb, Lodsrine.Ky. .' ,
:. physlelaa; Ratios IT I
-Miss Evelyn Roberts, Bt'
Louis tdncatori Regis -
Rer. Isidore Edwards Fort
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Myers Fla.} Regloa TJ..Ja.JMismrart
Oklahoma City. former -;
- nevspapermaa; and RegloaVORobert
D.RobIruo..lCor- TIS features ELGIN
folk:, ?a" labor leader AU an ., .
lacunbeots except Mr.Dennis

and are The Mr Regloa regional, Ktt

Bart, PoBtooa Call. a student

by at T.petition roes, JahaeNash State College,Jr,8aciamenta and., Whatever his job we'' have the perfect gift Elgin for Him

CalL stsdeat at '
Siefameato City College; f F rf
Regloa m-atrbtrt Sound, -,
ClBCtanaU, Clio, task force
worker laths. swamer of 1MTU ELGIN AUTOMATIC
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Regloa T and, by petition.; ELGIN AUTOMATIC
Miss Yelma Coos. Milwaukee, f
ti DAYDATERWATIKI'HOOf
ins.. Iklrerstty of WkKoosia '
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9ss
badeU. ; and Regloa IY-ttlss OO .HOCK I'UOOSt..ML

Deborah Moatgomerr,St. fa'" A.W j r4o Sir.-I .) .'. ,, ...nil
II a".I.1(.r n'l'= ? v
1rrtpt, .M+IIiIUIQ .il"'I' *tV I I)' iOV M(

school Maleri .RtI1oa/J rDonakl -
fenlai. m* Orleans} tat r
and Rapes YO-Frank 'Thomp

son, Seat.Pleasant, hM\There eS 9

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SfiilHts *
Noire *, 'j&t

Sit ArkusisScfceel t.d .
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a 1 M i' 9

lairdJONBBORO.
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Ark Two \ *
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young negro students, through ; r I '
their parents, an suing theJaesboro
High School authorities '*. .
becaase they were,
allegedly suspended for walking
out oIl high school pep rally
oa lbs school grounds, whoa I ''I
the band strap up "PUle.afighting 1 1 1 o
pica of route, both
la Florida tad la Arkansas.Th .
protesters pointed to the
song as a "badge of a1a' ,
Istthe
A suit his ben filed AUTOMATIC \ \ >
Batted State District Court. ELGIN CALENDAR V
ta A. auu. 4.request bubeestad CALENDAR

that th* court !a- .', -Mtk .n.l '_,HOCK R.C'l. Sell Aindmy WATER ,m tract s.Cwc.* r'Yy
Gets aad Principal' Charles C.ilend.u S.Mt\ S.UIM) H.mdn C

81ms to straightM out frictloabetwaea .my -. D .! Au'tMl ''In HI, Unbn- ik.ibkM.niispiiiKj St..ml.-. SliclTradeIn
tile races and tear hers.ThetMOt .
starring. terms,fcaa. Your Old, Out-dated Watch TODAY !=

.Attar. .. ELGIN
W. Walker s
/ YOUR CHOICE ,
bean retained to represent the YOUR CHOICI
Negroes. lie has received as-: 17JIW11MUMAO

lead a1Ituce of the from MattooalAssociatloa the Lap 1Dmu1 $ 9S $5995 I" me 0 | Watch<6uaranttt: I .

for theJldrancemettl Colored Every Eljla Witch we sell U guar I
Peoyl .. WCttCT WATCH anteed la writipg by both Elfin I
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PUiatttta ta the cue sari kill "., Witch Company and our store.Yon
Albert Tata, for her daughter. are secured a new, fictoryfreiawatch.
Teresa Tat,and Hr. and Mrs II I y' UK free from defects ma |
'Thomas Smith, for their soy ELGIN ,4 /' COLD tsrial tad woikmanthip.

.. ELGIN
S. pt %

*Mew York PlusEipkyitg .

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:. I/ 2 WAMOUD UCIN ..
.w TOK- (KPO -Thto Two fltry ii nond, ,.tIn 2 iiMHHf UIT aUW] Your account sin bej op.nd In
state Yhusinc U pat MBO lovely oveJ cas*. Shock [ Two sparkling diamond*.! Jut minuts*...Yvhll ) you wart.
!fie rscljtasti to work taaa resistant with Ufotlmo mainspring. Flor.n ned oquar* c aa with oval dial) s _.
.. iceaUT* gym ftet1 ne4, I Matching expansion bracelet (Matching1 expansion bracelet e7 9ls : .,...w d Take Mouths ttB PM I

to yrourip them to betterlhapsalvts. BuH aw iBMB jBaBaWBaMauBirMmmmmaawr awuw
rafter thaaterclagthtaa -
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to tombs oa weUtf .epeadeacy a. DOWNTOWN 3568488
.M ; els 221 Laura Street
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December The program,will avow, to begla welfarereelpteats ta 221 Jockmnle.Uvrw Street ; IOHTH 18O1 Main A MAIN Street 366 507


4jeh.maBJhly.taratatsptespay to keep aka first SM i g :_s.4 g r; ........ FERRELLDiamond flVB 1037 POINTS Park Street 3......

aMl rd..01 OIl nit 0I1Wr TOWN A COUNT"V ,
wlmoat the mousy bait Shopping Center7211811/

deducted.from welar traata.ijcoutmu .' PALATKA, PUA.
( wift o vsdvaetleo : .'- 400 .".-.John.. Ave 328-7811
.... of eatOaf off r y : '
UAKK CITY I'L.A.
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..to,w.lmn chests who tad .rr.n. .. .. .. 124 N. Marlonst.1l 782S"II.I -.......
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I. .' lmiiiitiei. Amliitioi. Years Saints Make History West Indies U.. Revolt"Sywptofciitic" Slid

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; Tike Yom Suits To.. Top Of
Dissect
9 The Young Saints .U aa educaUonal-socloloclcal' experiment,
from which has sprang a hit entertainment act t
The tRTtf&Uoo of 20 young tltcnaLve to 'tbe.street, Recording KINGSTON (NPI) Last month's student revolt at the
w stagers, dancers musicians to Roberts, mans of Jamaica branch of tile University of West Indies In suburban
o 'was tees la action: on "Tbt his protege's have been gang Moos and the subsequent rioting which gripped the capital city
Jonathan Wlattrs Show" In members and some bare been are held to be symptomatic of Oat rising discontent of Jamaican
? color a the CBS Television in serious trouble., a with their leaders and the economic stranglehold la which
11 network recently. "';We make only two demands they werevcaught after seven years of Independence from

The occulon was a return on our USa," be says. "They ___________ British rule. -
r II. appearance by the most demonstrate some talent' t.z I't TIle peculiarity of this family* 'two, or three room apartmentsor
lie CM Winters bc r. Theyatformed ',and, u all of them are between type rule .Is that the two groups I homes lathe swanky sections
twice: on (be snow last;,II and IS In ape thou who have .managed to smother all'I'',(on the hills), swimming pools,
'.. season, the first time being are la school most maintain outside opposition to their continued i'''wives 'who wort in a profes'slaoal -
their national television debut. food trades" control over government.' capacity or who shot
TIle Yoeng Saints was founded The money earned by the group Then too, though JLP and PMP I l I[IperlodlcaU", whose children
U nearly 171'tUUCO by former pays the salaries of tie publicly slash, blockbuster and are in high school either local
singers Tommy Roberts IDdI"J .members, who perform, with vttlfjp-eaca other, they are, la 1 I ly, or la London, whose enter
Evelya Freeman as an organ!* the ,remainder going back Into private tbe Just one big nappy I I I[''talDmtti would be horse racing
tatloB destined to provide tilt orcanlxatlon to finance Its family average Jama |I[and night club life; and whose
tratsbtanddtrectaforyootN'Qelat continuing development and to can .Is constantly kept off :ihomes sport such conveniences'as -
r' W'ltrall Oat entertain provide collece scholarships balance by tbe political giants televisions washing
.* meat field. for Its modgta..lfisdmemben. that be has little time to take I machines, floor polishers and
Aad Ibat tt Mull U, embracing 'It's'the constast flow of sew stock of his worsening situatloa /or refrigerators.
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boys and flab of nary ethnic,, Ideas from our members, most and little resources to seek astadepesdeat Then there .Is a wide gulf be*
'* calteral tad eeoaomlcbackground. of them bad to professional route for jtweea this group and those who
a However, U was training before Jotnlag as, that Improvement of his lot. ;taH at tilt bottom of the economic
the case originally, most of Its, accounts.for tile peat range The .Issue of color also arises rung- lei tubers itlfi'tome from the' rf material we Berform.." U that at the top 0(the economic' These are best described U
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eeaooa" alt ly-depres set fticrO',StoUrt says. class are the Jews who would having aa annual Income of
,districts oflotAareles.As : the Winters show has fires prefer, for purposes of Increasing 300 pounds (about |720)or) less,
u act, The Toung Sa44idillas 'Thi Tong Saints a tremendous and continuingtbelr many of them, ..... Added to
may more of Us members -'boost Since per first appear- stranglehold OB the nation to .their ,problem'Is the high
that Don vbe appear onstace. 'axe with Jonathan we've re- have a government peopled by',dependency rate, because: the
Only the most talented retted offers for concerts, persons of their own color, overall population Jamaica
01 the youngsters do tile per records aid Las Vegas rather than a black government',Is young.
I tonalag bet tile others arcane /"Sitfemcftts aid we nee' .. .The Jews represent the most'powerful To top U off, this class,bask

the opportunity to eott I,bate a Ctrtpeaa tar |Ja leaolbr1at" Among tbe min> Basic groups making history there 1s a staid-, .going back Into tile organisation treasury to finance Its COB- eeonomlcallly grouping, having Jamaica reached, any Illiterate, find themselves,
trMe a matters of originalcempeiltleas Wlaters, himself, and scholarships! for Its on the short cod of IaouIIAr.IDd ,
development to provide college
Saints
oat. The Toung The long Saints offer youngsters a* donning
that pinnacle through acquisl
and lyrics, Brat, rotted the group to appear ; Jobs, with DO proepectsbf'Istlog
alternative to the streets. The money earned by bit group pays most qualified members
lion of mercantile Interest and
aaslcal arrangements, chore,. via him afier seeing tbem either, el
salaries of tile members who perform, with the remainder poolticool
the agriculture, when the British of
ography. eesttme deslga, perform la WIeftIlboworplll. as ft
sc alc estiga aad tile handlingofbMbteisaaalra. ,ted by actress Petbte Reynolds- vacated and alto through Intermarriage either party of either trade
with old) English fa*
&loa.
The heat Sslats otter( RK.F ricHT cAwcy wits *....",me New York Uilversfty Pious 1 much Relief through migration
_yonoc lers of the street an I A CHECKUP AKtf X CHECK h.0 JAMISC.MILL On lower strata, there either to England or the United
... MANAOIMMANKER.MIUON Giving Kill Center To Unit 1s the old English upperclass, States is practically eon-exist
eees.s1ULy(i> :) definitely behind the scenes, eat since migration for .tile
REWARD
I followed by tbe various strata most part has ceased.
KXW YOU KFQ item Tort O&lverstty w1D! bra Usceater of educated high school to ml* All this, plus Dr. Rodney's
FUNERAL toME I I' for black stodeats over to u tod-pendent baud of Black verslty level)black Jamaicans, epee advocacy of Black Power
aiafeats and tacitly gUnbert Beat rear.Tbe Aharjcterlsed U having at least
served as the fuelputted ly
WTlElI '
WHTTT TOT POODLE, MALE. MAKE, BON BOX. .
center-earned for ) AitfcoriiedTo
Richard It. Ktzoa (nor preii-
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late Dr. Mantis Utter grog
NOVEMBER' 13 IN TEE! VTCDOTT OF ALTERN ROAD AMD- WILLIAMS.MANRIM
ANDINa1MAN Jr ""-*>s bees Involved laeoatroversy deat-elecO and Vice PreskkaliBebarl Enter Ballding Area fAMU Professor

'X18T, MIAMI DUCaL HAS.NO TAG OR COLLAJU HAS SUN / MILTON eo NW.. lean AVCMUIMIAMI. e.4V since the airing!I I I B., v Humporey, 'racist. .
rijomoA
OWNIM tat flisml.sal of Its tac.:'ta&rdI., YIAY7_The Florida NAACP B'co"I! S I.t
DEtAUtEW TREATMENT.: Cit 1DTl PET. PLEASE CALL ... .___ w..w..... I Joba F. Ratchet, iBtrlea .tor..,Mile..'lang strike 91r 'U CoiattlPhs* beet Il orbed,',, ;,." ,
teacher: ,* '.., irhite atade&ts followed the as a pilot experiment for tbe Cross IfsfracftfTALLAHASSCK. ,
best 3166 AT Art BOOT Ratcbett, non teaching U.;.dJaIIaa1, nation to sponsor and manage
RESIDENT MANAGER
cease vas revoked' tar tail&g t Shortly afterward, the vniver new federal housing programs Fto--Robert
children to t memorial pro city announced that U, would throughout the state MPetaM Grlffla, associate pro
gram for the late Malcolm X ten the ants over to the Mania Davies, state field lessor of health and physical
CARLTON REALTY Dp ndibU, man or couple! (or responsible was fired from his 1tu eDt- independent board. director, said U would the first education at Florida AU Ubl
position to take complete charge of rental time the National Association verslty, has.. authorized by
1 IHltl the for the Advancement Colored tile Americas Red Cross to
STRICT] units In area Wonderful opportunity for
conduct America Red Cross
People, which authorised the
4i 77,2 .,. CALF X35.3171a right person or couple. reject, has become directly water safety courses la the
'F CISa e l"somanwarmarwss Involved la bousing. South easier area through
SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS Davies said the April 1961.
project was
...cie.edteat
IDM I lATH LI, K, OR, art,
0/'u.s.uoousial0u Initiated "la exasperation at Coach Griffin Is also headline
perch leree CIS ....., Verk-e>, .,.,1.,* Call Friday or Saturday the slowness of all and defensive coach of the
hers ...(. hued rnA $15,200 $709 Jews, fOUCI KCOtf IH AU HI Hit Alt govern
we ., .....lpOIIIOrtd public housing Florida AtM University
$1Qi..thI Morning procruu,", Rattlers football team.

2 IDRM. I lATH I",. I, DI, LI, u. eau, PL 40643Mr. 157.4548a.ee
_, Grad
|tr., perch, teetrej! lest, .,.,1....'., ails cer* NW. a ate. FAMU Promoted
tell, file r. let, tteve, r.ldg.' tile reel, CIS, MilleruIILIE'S 1N, Ar.Nea..lu

frU $1J,
2 Li. i. K. DI Ut r., WOHHt UAJQt Uc.MWS.cWMMfe ,
IORM. lATH, JI. rucEiw NEW MANAGEMENT EHS tUNGAL ft f.UWr a i z 1
ceetrel ell' tl.' stews, re* ,
ftleX tile ... CIS, rSIA,121,000. J(,715 ...., DONNA J,MANCff.IVS.M6t..Mfl. 6 MtS.,N.t f ANCrt-O.w.on't. s ,

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Pielenleeel! er ...1.... ,..,I. -1 e.rei, 2

beta, Fie tm, ...., f.. ."....,,leaJiceteJ, ei. lose our..Hair"j. nt

> "... $25.000 $5,000 ewset Use t ,

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H HAVE OTHERS Hair Conditioner:<

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I Dr. In C. Robinson, a 1961 pharmacy honor gradaata of Florida
3 MoUks Swly Otlt $130, AAU University U shown during discussion with Dr. GJ).
FEE nTnar. Kile Laubach, vkeferesident for Research, Charles Pfizer andCo.: .
LIVE E1C'I'EBTAlNKEIIT-WtebDd toe., u be concludes his assignment U Technical Tiliffnt to
Your professional beautician. 'BAR YAK flU... Davis Order Dlrict1ItMty' the vice president Dr. Robinson currently holds the position as
knows the answer... "' MANAEIt.wish & Eddie Project Leader, Rarmaceutical Research, at Charles Prier
and Co., IDe. Medical Research laboratories U Croton,Coos
.. J.CMat.ea's
3I2S Kiftl lISt 17th I,,., Curter FAMU Appehted. Leader Of


Mini Phil S35-S3S "U NW tits Ait MI III flu 1 .
t\ : Project ly Pfizer CoapuyTALLAHASSEE.
Is peroxide needed -. -- I.
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'color unwanted hair? MACHINE pas been appointed Project Leader. Pharmaceutical University Research graduate,
SLUSH
gray |or Charles.POser and company bc. Groton Coma,.
;. Drlla C: Robinson, a 1M1.: laboratories'la Croton, COIL

.Klr. cart and beauty experts know that.the first traces of are ,JOE'S. FRIENDLY MARKETi2W ( School honor graduate of pharmacy at the, received FAMU Is Charles a world-wide Pflser and Co.. be,'

,hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical r _il.. Ir Pihr: Cklis Mfi. Csi J the Pb.D.degree t* Pharmacy some M plants organisationwith and other
laxlng-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older from the University of
i ixi n in.Jtj Florida. major facilities m some 32
than the feels. While most women hate these premature aging : Be la a native of .
,.c. It Fill ,Pfici $1.155 Plu Jii Webster Fm: countries.Robinson's
.'effects ,
many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide and the son of Mr, and Mrs mlscellaaeoes.
,tialrcoloring which change the natural hair color while William
may L. Eoblnson who re* listings laclade America Men
coloring gray.Professionallytrained. f.f. )} 11t hTcs, S1ll'luTIJ. .aide. at Route 1 Box 17 la d Science. INI, Outstanding
hairdressers know the Importance ...urla Toung Men of
American 1966
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a .ii: Jig rrifit Jittin WirrutiIII Be was appointed to oUpresent and Who's Who Among Students
.problem. These experts also know that Clalrol created aeml position after serving u vice. la America College and
permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide .. ,, presidential assistant the past Universities, I960. lie'Is
( : a
to color only the gray without changing: the natural shade.They sass MIn TH Cain? vet ,... Dr 'Roblasoa Joined member of the America Phar
allO find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical 1 I Riser and Co.. Inc.: In 1966 'm ceutiealAssociationthe
!processing. Because of its mildness. Loving Care maintains PIKES 'F.t.1. IPI; $35 Fir IsstaliatiilBab 75II u a senior research and development AJtA Academy of Pharmaceutical
.healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos 1tD toil a 1". Sciences. Sigma XI
Whatever woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for.her Broofiya r :: Research Soclety/Rho C111iocley
hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. Wilt; f PI.POLAR. b this position. Dr. Robin? Rho CM Society tenor.
,Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clalrol products aoa, 36, u charged with tw, arypharmaeeatlcftOA pea'
ad the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most .i overall responsibility for nwt Kappa Me Hatloaal Booor

personalized haircotortng effects every time she visits her salon. SALES &. SERVICE ',,-V,' ._ department engaged la new (Society and la president of b-
If tfsHke gray and want no peroxide why not ask ': pharmaceutical product centavo
you yaws ref Associates! a mutual
t.'beautician to glamorize It with Loving Care? li Tin lifl Lfti, Ti, IIH ,... search sad development investment partnership based la

e .hllnl.1111 CourtMr III CIenIIn;. i, 411" lit $t. .,.. Pahl I Id. '132-4211. ." ,":. |.H (INI NT-Wi N: |" H .. companya drags aewty-dlscovered Medical Research at toe New. York. :',,"
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Philly Convent Becomes Unique Spring Garden 'Community. Services, Center I I IKill's



Sprfu 6iri0i Director i I *' Ficility: Steeds( As

.I!( Accised Merger I

.t.tG.l. .r : ; Privite Fhiiichi|

Claims PUt iMvolved Him > dimension late figA against poverty,

YORK James Earl RayJ: UM accused of Dr. '. Spring Garden area was
NEW m slaying i
the formal opening of a 103-room,
Varfin Lather King Jr. said that be became
recently probably
center offering residents health
involved in a plot to"murder king when be agreed:, a* a start,
swimming pool, cafeteria and budding
to haul packages at narcotics across the Canadian border. '
,
Ray's own admission of possible street be gave me J.OOfl In .lt, the facility and plans are under
Implication in a murder 100 and 50 and tO-doUar bills. t way to develop>>micro-Industry,
plot was revealed an article The car... a white 19M Mas- ktty Industry employing fewer than
published the curient Issue tang; with red interior and had1! 50 persons-for the economic
ci Look Magasine. The article about 11,000 mules on It. .', development ci area residents.The .
by aathor WtDlam Bn4fot.JtuT ;; "The. only thing I cM 't like W1 unique venture-which
., details Hay's actions'and'' bat it was the color. Raoul ; started with one mtn-MJOw
movements after he left Canada. didn't like that either, bat be dui, promises to give new hope to
The article in Look is the said go ahead and get It. At his .itt' tile 15,000 predominantly back
second in a series dealing with request I gave Raoul a set of and Puerto Rican residents who
Ray and OM assassination of Dr.King. keys to tile car, and be took my ; live on the southern edge of
Bale's account is based boms address sad telephone w i ID1.. North Philadelphia.m .
on Ray's written answers.to number and said he'd either trI 'early 1M7. builder Irwia
questions sibmltttd by the write or call me Ia majbe six Bowowlts of Rerttfeld and
author. weeks* Be also gave tne"$50Qfor ) 'De Rorowiis Associates already

While a fugitive la Canada, living expenses and another I. V I ', was Involved In community
4
said Bat, Ray bad met a man $500 to buy some camera equip.. work. Be was rehabilitatingbousing
who called himself Raoal After meat be described to ...." also' U the Spring Gar den
eight neetlnp with Ray Raoal Bole said that the outline' area la a cooperative program.
.
offered .the accused assassin of the plot to murder King : ; with Smith Kline and French

lltlng .expenses, a good car became "visible to me" afteranalysing 'laboiatarle/lD4 DIe PUlsdeltphis ,
stable Identification, tveotatl t "nttit of investigative are Bousing Authority. '
travel papers and $lz,000 If research. Some of the A realtor offered BorowitsthatoarstoryDomlaleaa
Ray would return to the United features of the plot, u stated .
States, establish blmseU is by Hole: \ 4 listers' property 1111-1114
Birmingham Ala., and make I. Dr. King...lobe murdered Y fu, Green Street f or rehabilitation.I ..
himself '"available. for effect by calculating... saw the convent bad
Part of the mysterious offer who wanted to use his murder to ,' more
was that Ray would bring some trigger violent conflict between than simpllybossln5-U bad a
packages into the 0.8. via white and Negro eltUens. in COXTDHJU' ON PACT C IS
automobile across the Windsor -
Ming ghee kcglnyarrotins.
Detroit border before proceeding
to Birmingham. The trip I. There was no Deed, alter x
was carried put by Ray on King's assassination, for the t SI
August II. IM1. plotters to murder tile actual
ot that trip for Raoal Ray killer or killers Ia order to Ae |'...! 50
wrote: silence them tore If he or of Gilbert Jackson, executive director of f Dominican Convent and Guild. Pool will
'1 suppose I became Involved they were caught, a trial could the newly-created Spring Garden Community Services Center, center's community recreation program DOWN
la some sort of plot to kill yield.. extra dividends of hatred Is arranging, for the rehabilitation of the pool la the former YMCA
King whet I first took those and violence.Motowi.
packages into the U.8. from
Cua4a. I would WIlt It W' RoconiCeMpuy .. AdsiiilstrcitorBarbara [ r
all bees decided: before the car -
(the-w gt. IKa Ford Mustang) Gets

was bought in Birmingham, U 1''

"no 004 would bare given me III (itetierDETROITMoteeReeord [ .m. s4ww wftH I, I Yt,
91,000 inJUrmlngham.Just.to I .....
bad narcotics across the .' Y .
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dwrcket cew
border. Dot nobody told me torpoiatlon bus been cited by Florida
aura
murder about any planned the Urban League for Its outstanding ; pleted : lnf iTATIS
of King or of anyone contributions In tiltnc.ord r1- &
else." Industry and equal employment .
765.1 Ml
ROAD FHONit
m the article Bale, said that, practices. ....
be his reached DIe conclusion: TIlt Urban League citation... t rec""
that Ray is teuingtbe truth,thatalthough presented to Motown recent/!/, The !
the to murdtr King at a' luncheon marking the \iBart, OTHERS REFUSE
existed U early as August IS, League's eighth annual observance Park,
1N7 Ray knew Dotting of the of "Equal: Opportunity a APPROVKD ON SPOT'AS
planned murder right up to kss Day." Katie LOW'A .

than two weeks before the as* Berry Gordy Jr. Moe n'. :.uated
astmatlon actually took place founder and president,:.was; "' DOWN:
King... slain on April 4,mi.B represented at the luncheon by1 t -a' t f:>r
was noted that these conejuslans -' hart Abner vice president ofMotown's I. I
are based upon the.author's lateraatloaal : .. .. ... ..,. .. .t .I.I1tS.

exhaustive: personal. Management Company. 1 rP.'nE VII.LE NSPS
Investigation of Rays state- At>DIr accepted the Urban .. la 1DADID wits .
steals sad on Information still League citation from League .s."d :; \\' ShPF.c; trnsLrEa .
withheld'" by Rule until Rays Vice President, Mrs Robert It t\: ( LOADIO. WIIM
trial is completed. r.Roelo s. : ANN tL &55'.
After the border crossing,Ray Francis A. Korsegay, executive 111 : !J ..A' Ofl.'c'Wl'cow. .
drove to Chicago la his old andbattered director: of the Detroit ,

red Plymouth, sold itthere ,Urbu League, praised Maters' ,; .. ( DEVILLE mar .u" it.. SiTtS
and then look a train to ,lia a speech before more aut .. ;. ......- : _
Plrfnifftum, according to the 900 community, chic leaders!! Williams: administrative assistant to the executive director: of(he newly-created 68M toW"hV.. .W's:.
Instructions glvaktabyRaon1., Industrialists aedbubaama.The ,Spring Garden Community Services Center and neighborhood child tour former chapel area .
himself with Director said that, Convent ... .. .... .. ,.,. "llf
Setting a room League
up
of what was once a Dominican and Guild Thjs area II now being transformed > IT ewiwaut. 111 At''P4'tJ.l
and board In pirf*" ***"* Ray "Motown Record: Corporation U .
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{ by the center to bouse the comp ebenstve famlly-orleated health program operated by : g
awaited further contact from has proved that business knows ,the Department of Community Medicine of Rahos'mule.Medical College Hospital. .
Raoul, which came la the form no color huh let. Motown..
of a letter a few days later the best talents without! aped ; : iiMuwaiow;"' ,

The letter Instructed Ray to to cola""Kgally Fired Ouli School Tucker MEWS -nUDUNE 5123 \' : '. $36t$
meet aao.1la a cafe. As Ray Important," Mr. .1.1.PACTAY s h.wTY. -'
JJ\...should be In the Florida' : .. .MS*
described the meeting to Bole: Komgay. declared .Mot n *
Star Offlcs by Tuesday slip.m.If ''rT./warA'Arw
"l net him Raoa1)lAd .told Is a source of inspiration motlvation Sies leud For Uififr Move J'0I111ou14 mall your news,fl .stWAt '. $1S9S1
me to get a good car around and doexvd determine k cows r
of economic OCALA Mrs. .JanU V. Barrls, elderly school teacher faOcala. should be Rilled MOD Q. 'WHERE OTHERS REFUSK! :
fc,000. Next day I found such tip"1-aa example and file suit )
fired from her Job recently may
a car and Ascribed, It to him power at its beet to Negro.Americans was APPROVED: ON SPOT
that aIOL.H. said it sounded aid to all. through her attorney SEAFOOD E EM4
oka/ and next morning on tilt Americans. 'There's always that possibility competent l and demanded thehearing. EVANS
,", commented Wallace N. MYRTLE AVf ;
Sturgls, attorney for Mrs. m alL testimony before the HlIlI
CIVIL RIGHTS Burls. board lasted nearly IS hours "TAf./.A9teN.U..l.' .....
......
I The school,'.board upheld.. a' efort the board voted to i5 hol4 WKJllXf M... & MAIN. .
BfNECRO ROUNDUPCOimCTlON decision Superintendent Mack Dunwoodys decision.Sturgls : Lar&II..II..cl C
unnERjul1oNAI, Ifcmwoody to fire the teacher argued the board bad I 5TIL 8,50; P.M. EL 4481
a c.e-4"+-
and terminate her contract.Shs K
ino right to cancel the teacher's ,
,
cued of having violated tilt ted been accused of being InForbMs the tact that shewas
of Lester Rats contract,saving A Qwtnl.l.(winni. e tJtf
GAUrESVlLLE. Ga. -(NPI>- civil rights ,
given the contract In the
An aU-whlte Jury recently: deliberated James Garland and John Lewis,' i.III' first place... Indicative of the e" C'
and 20 who wers..bestea by a crowd 45 Red :
two hours .
at the board's feelings that aba was :.r.:;..,Il ... '
whites after
minutes before convlctingthreewhits of eating u.; ,
Oi aa able teacher.If !
Count e ee rllll
men for the January I, truck stop.RACE she goes to court she could :; .4
1M1 beating of three Black sue to have the contract ; ClCiikt.a t.....r..D."lwi -.'
MS at a truck stop m Brasel-. BASS EASDI3WASBXMGTOM. > Chewer Ciso validated or ask the court to :CRABMEAT
ton, Gs The whites, ; ,DC.-(HHBarriers )- compel the board to her i
are pay
J Johnson James Raymond against tbe participation 'OAKLAXD., Calif1 -(KPQ-
through the rest of the current i
.
McCacer Bagwell, were ae- of Black Americans la tbeictivltles Public otflclals-tocladlng school EflRA FANCY LUMP C 1
of some of the <7 Mnr to Governor EofflUdBeasan year.Tbe .., ., J
UiivtfsityRtfiskar *', Negro teacher was ................... '
tattm. most recreatioi and
Capttalf prominent OuklaadMavor reported lobs IKompet..aner Y <.
reported | : navel
clubs art to :Xea41ar- mwyera '
Street A
,
NeitJj No be exposure cnoBblinff of racial'following discrimmafltm the- been comment forbidden en the to.cast auks of public BI&C1I! transferring Elementary a white eighth school. YHIH'T" IIVETI till l.P t. J-W I

011 this she mWegro
taught
Cnlfsl Oi licNie against b@a. Carl Roan, Panther leader Eldrldge Cleaver schools year
wifs of the former Ambassadorto and five other members.
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BATON BOOGt (IPI) ...
Finland The disclosure has of the LOW
party. RightsCole.issiao .
John I. B.dgsaotSoslbera Civil
hCndlord sparked Senator Frank Church The six are accused of attempted
Cblversfly
registrar of Idaho and Federal Communications murder 1.Dd.1I1t
a plea of ado eThmle member asboot-oul Hits.u'
Commission stemming from with .
(me equlvaleut cia con? a.iaa '
neholu"Johnson to circulate MUG STOlE
be filed' police. cimwt
of ) to charges
guilt 's
the bias a
false income tax returns fowl,) petitions protesting The officials' and lawyers'dtcaeefa Low Eeforcia9'WASRDIGTO1f.QIPA.Thd
after Us Chevy Chase Washington of ,the ease was
1M1 through IllS and that be and Kenwood: Country prohibited by Superior:Court trade with Tour 1"11. D o .
'credits that they .
students .
'
gar withdrew' from rlOclubIsagM WILL MEET ANT PRICES:
Clots Stasis of
Bedmond
Judge federal to twit
had cash.Students Dot.- earned in exchange tor rather.... compete J){Akmeda County. failure strictly of enforce agencies etvil-nlghts ,A/E8S. Wf OWE We also,fin afl .; ,, .

testified they had paid agilasTB h'iea SprfcfiCoustry Cleaver recently bucam embroiled legislation baa meant thai .TO .J'

him an average of$150 for ate ate MrsJtowaa vetsekedtled to a controversy withGserea Negroes have beta denied aa. I"\.
to play on the the Black
registrations and for elevating' Smp.novsr equal opportunity for economic: ,
grades so they could sdeete. wo.W'.s.. team of Panther"" ',avpearaacs at advancement la II back belt :Dixie
A similar condition at the Baton the Spring Cbm. IbeltohersUy of CaWomla at fimiti of Alabama.
Rome institution occurred Berkeley u incliner.bdletsd That charge was made by the : it'apu1y''
.... the llObOLUOHDUTICLETKLAKD on three counts sack UJ. Commission of CivilRlsits'in
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some years ago it ...
teacher m charge otsxtescksi -Of)-The of attempted. murder and as-, a publication tmtrile4"Cycle 1312 IHrSS III -I .
work was accused of fjtvtns Congress of Racal Eyaltty U malt with a deadly weaponasjaiast to....n/' tit publication '
:mist credit to students dotng IIJ1aI the! groundwork for the! a aofeassea IoU wIIC was based on sworn: ,Hie' HRIfJ IQ J.,' '
of Back Amerjeans
work to cUsses outside the muKhmf a gun flgU Cleaver Is free. testimony received at apublfc> ; ,c r .
into business and Industry .
on 190,000 ball. bearing which roc.it4'OII U '
,
Iattastq.'kideral' Judge UasJnfU'thwtgh aa ambttiou $10 al.. The olbsr five'wart indicted'aa !' counties running Sa shell front I PAY Till IIHT, -.Tbe Sure One
tics development...... Aecortflsjto .
Mitchellutferredsentescmgpuutfngrecehjtofsreporttrom. two cotta each of attempted the Georgia stats line on Wseat gvq.afatr.eNwrllurmtwn
COB*Chairman WlttredOBI 'munJe/ and ....u.".-.AH have. throng* Montgomery to ..nnr* nuiJi ., ,
OBI pAGE 14 pleaded aotfuaty.
the prabet1m nabs, Mlsslabml oaths west




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If Dick Gregory Announces Government In Exile--Plans Extended Fast u. -




SC Stite INiii( CereMeiies. Prhrafely Sponsored Dick Gregory Announces Plant Wires Presidentelect Nixei

I Of DuN ers Of Fitire Years
Will Feitire African Art Show ( Home Program Starts .
the Nixon Dick Gregory told his
CHICAGO Following victory
African -
OJUNQESBURG,".C An art exhibit featuring the *
BUFFALO Nf. KPlA follower in the Knickerbocker Hotel that he was declaring
( ) many
works of Larry Ersklne will be one of the highlight of the
himself to be the "Independent Write-In President of the United
privately sponsored profit
Inaugural of Dr. M. Maceo Nance, Jr. u fifth president of "
.States Exile.
mounted urban-rehabilltatlon u
.South Carolina State CoOege.,
program Involving no government To a crowd of supporters In Vietnam is only a necessary
The exhibit will be held on research and design! coordinator finding or subsidy is y1 r gathered In the Continental first step to the business of
the college campus November for the Anacostla projectfor providing home-ownership Ballroom to watch the election ending the dltlsion between
tt-21. Dr Nance's installation the Smithsonian Institution to i 1InI:1' said "I
opportunities lower-Income i return, Mr Gregory those citizens privileged tdenjoy
will be held In the new health in Washington. That group presents families for u little u $350 want to ten all those thousand' the fruits of the free
and physical education complex a major exhibit on down and average monthly -:: ,, .. of people who have worked for enterprise system and those
November' 27 at 2p.m.with Carl American history and culture. payments of $85. According to my independent.eudldacJ, and din disadvantaged by birth Into
Rowan former director of the Colon Brown chairman of the who bare toted for me and conditions of poverty unequal
principal UJB. Information Agency, lathe Black Economy" board and president of National written in my name even Instates opportunity, ADd racial
speak.rIratJDe'i Gypsum Company, the programhas which refuse to count discrimination.
African contact with authentic Not Effective been tested for the past my write-in! totes, that they "Tour leadership in the next
cultures qualifies year in Columbus, Ohio. hate not wasted their itotes. four years will determine If our
him to comment on the subject' The National Gypsum venture, I, too, Am going to Washington Government will regard
which has international u well Siys PiblisherCHICAGO known as Town Homes, me/ where I will serve u the representative injustice at home to bean
u domestic attention.B .
involves the pur chase,complete of all those people dangerous u Communismabroad.
has been said that to contemplate (NP) "The rehabilitation modernization who do not feel that, whatever If the power of your high
is to breathe the artist's canvasses -society of the ghetto is not sick and resale of previously condemned rjj Government Is elected they office is used to set moral
while .. refreshing air a is simply not productive." tingle and double family are represented adequately I standards which a cltlsen's
emotionalism sweltering the torrid That assessment of Negro- residence ID de It f Iou II I C intend'to open headquarters in right for human dignity is enforced '
of
Ersklne's art thepresent. .area economic problems was inner-city area The home Wasnlngton, DC. and. to paint u strictly U the col'lection
career began at even by W. Leonard Evan, are sold at a profit In a price tt black and call it the Black of income tat, then
age 14 to when paint be the was race commissioned horse Jr.;,.president and publisher, range of 110,500 to 14000. 4L1IDick Boose. From there t win begin American democracy will set
Tuesday Publli: Uor to deal with an those problems an example for the world to
of a Massachusetts
prominent
family Speaking: on "Black I* a Housing Department j which the Independent and un- follow ,
Growth Industry," he said that represented hate not been able "The millions of people
IDa knowledge of African cul, "No community black or white. Plans Honoring to get the official President to from colonialism in
rare and skill as an artist won t Uregory, one or the defeated canrtutatet for tae presnency, expresses a few Mess emerging
him a teaching position In Addis can be a valuable economic unit concerning the future. Gregory plans to open headquarters la Washington and win bold his listen to. Africa and Asia are watching
Ababa Ethiopia and another functioning our society unless Prominent Person own Inauguration in Washington on March 4, along with his vice presidential candidate, Mr Gregory farther outlinedhis not only the struggle of black
appolatment, later in the It tI prodqcUn/' WAS fftGTOI-" NPQ)-The Attorney, Mark LaneHoward plans by announcing that people, Mexican-Americans,
To make the ghetto community UJJ } be world hold his uaguratloB. and Puerto Blcans to obtain
Technical School Department ol8oullnrlJldUrbu
and
Engineering In the same College of productive he said, three basic Development Is planning University Slides Former Urban along with. his Vice Presidential their fare share of America's
Be also itsdled at Cairo city. factors hate to be balanced: to present its first National candidate: Attorney Mark Lane, future, bat particularly the
Museum and the Ball SelassieUniversity. Black separatism complete Human Rights Award this year. League Han Joins In Washington D.c. on March treatment of our Indian
Integration and Internment l The award part of the depart Gets Goodyear Scholirshfp' 4, I"'. "0IJr lumber One brothers, who are the Indigenous
m of business urban problems. ment's participation the Civil Service Unit concern Is going to be a world heirs of the territory we
he
August war appointed Noting that Black people observance of Human Rights AKRON Ohio Van Richard Johnson, a Junior at Howard food program beginning right now chUm u the United States
produce some JO-b011od to Tear IMS, will honor an out- University, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the WASHINGTON!' -(MPO-James here at home' to guarantee of America. I urge you to under*
32-billlon In yearly Income, be standing contribution on behalf Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Fund. Frailer'Jr.,' 41, who served somehow that no human being take u your first order of
said the Negro market suffers of human r1&htllD housing or Johnson, of Washington D.c., In addition, IPS unrestricted from I960 to mi u Industrial will ever hate to go to bed business the restoration of
Tell it toHARRY from a deficit balance of pay community development. Is majoring la electrical engineering grad-I-ald to the school. relations director, Portland hungry. We are going to'deal rights granted under the
1D 1Itt. at Howard Unlterslty. Johnson ranks high la class (Ort,) Urban League has with people all over the world original Treaties to native
Some M per cent of Negro Minister Leaves Top The scholarship from the fund, academically. become special assistant to the and perhaps teach governments Americas who hat been
Income lanes the community a non-profit corporation supported la announcing the scholarship chairman for equal employment to spend u much time and denied their freedom for tea
ADd ls controlled by non- by The Goodyear Tire and grant Russell DeYoung opportunity.U*. Civil Service money and scientific genius to orations while in the name of

Negroes, he declared at the Job' For Special' Work'NEW and Rubber Company,prof Ides, chairman of the fund, pointed Commission. : guarantee that people are fed that freedom we undertook wars
AdS Bureau of Circulations out thai Howard University has Frailer succeeds Anthony M. here on earth with u much an abroad to fret native
annual meeting.The YORK (NPQ The Blackstone Ranger been for many years a source Rachal Jr., who resigned the effort u we are trying to get populations from expression
Black business man In a Ret R. Carl McCall t Black of skilled. persoaael for post recently to become executive to the moon" of Communism."At .
Bark community has to fight Congregational minister has, Leader Charged business and Industry vice president, :ruler In conclusion Mr Gregory this early hour I hat the
for the remaining t per cent resigned! u deputy administrator Recipients Goodyear University, Mew Orleans. announced that be would begin honor to be the first candidate
Income, bo added for operations, city Human CoilenptCHEACO 'scholarships are selected by: Frailer will serve u the his fifth extended tut. begin to concede, and may I also be.
According to the publisher, Resources Admlalit/all With the schools participating! la the principal advisor of John W.' aIDe Thanksgiving and lasting the first to volunteer my

many Black people spend( most which handles Ball-poverty, NPQ -Black program with approval of Marcy, Jr., chairman. Civil until (he Hew T eu. As.be did aerrkes In whatever capacity
of their Income U retail pur programs.He stone Ranger leader Jeff Fort Goodyear Fund.Goodyear's Service Commission, assuring last yardarngme same period 1 may be needed for the benefit'
I.lore. eJIUe.OIt11.ontd I* laving his $S..SOO-a 11, cant win for losing. L1d-b-lJr.ttaa that minority-grotp members In sympathy for tht mtterugon of my country and country's
KMT I C(pour tl toni duns M U tiw store, whose profit go into year BRA post to take a three Charged with contempt of program for the current academic have equal opportaaltyfor both aides of the war In duty to the red of mankind. ."
(Harry Thompson,may.sill 1:' white-owned banks that won't month fellowship to study Congress for walking out of a year provides In employment, lUll tat lea, Vietnam he said he would tike
Ike Lot Antrtc Rains, make loans in "depressed conflicts between Negroes and Senate subcommittee hearing addition to scholarships and training advancement la the no nourishment other than kls .Pireithee.1 Uiit
WMf Mk..tplCWliM fnr(edToday's area" Jews la urban areas and to Fort has been brought Intocourtca fellowships to selected institutions federal service. tilled water during the 14'"
Ourta* r As a result,the"Black ghetto" develop ways to bring about charges of beatlDC.Trnw'; of higher learning, Be will represent the commission feerlod "This tlae.however."I Cheeses
baa become U''ecClDOlllcctat greater understanding and cooperation Davis, n, XI, a postal worker.: approximately $190.000 U unrestricted In rotations with Le said "I will be fasting to' UL INN,
.- ton" Evans said between CM...a.I wo, That isn't the only court case grant(-Wald' ynrtsentalltes of minority dramatise, the: Reality of the,
I sroups.,, n against him &'. also accused;p riMlodlng direct grant!to many Vr_, wdvcattonal ifcsttfurlab thousand of Amerkan cJUsens:, As New DkecterIftW
question: Watch This I of aggravated battery during a' *,state foundations Independent and the Equal employment Opportunity who are undernourished In this., ,
... .. -
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Wto v*>W ... Mlmt M u..bttv*. Ads tthattwwas March 11. colleges.BEKKELEY. Commission. country where farmers are paid YORK Larkia Green
AWM end, /Wino ./._./Un L.4Kimt.tr Chin'11Si54 enough it not to produce food, and crops las been named project
*ifltf/>MU./erCran hap Hekcrts".4St was charged that Fort was Hick Piithers Rei-tas With are plowed under and destroyed director of a recently
iW'...' In order *
working for the Kenwood-Oak to support farm prices established vCareers
Pro land Community Organisation I am talking about human beings Training Program la faaIl7pI..uaL1Dc.
50f.ttStififll
NardlsMsdd. U-U-ID ... > u an "area-wide consultant," Police Add To Other Treehles who are not only black people Planned' Parenthood*
... at a sizable saUry-19,000. and white people. bat Wsitat_' World Population president Dr.
(rahw.aM / Fort was hired because babes Calif MPQ .- Trouble continues to be !be Americana, Puerto Rlcana, and w
y pith IsWnl. \ a "dynamic, Influence on the Black Panthers' middle name. And in this case, "trouble" U.and specially my bass brotherswho
Davis of BARBER COLIEGEJHC.; community according to the spelled with a"P" for police. hate experienced saspeak

the....Pnken.H. Ret Curtis BnrreU, acting Days after Eldridge Cleaver a passenger,John L.Sloan, able hardship under inhuman r ,
a wore I 131. "uls St. 355.JIM and five other Panthers conditions far generations The'
seaaistat, pia y.w \ director of Toward Responsible were K, of Berkeley u members *
..... Jar Freedom, a KOCO affiliate ordered to stand trial in Oak of a Black Panther band thatmuthed treatment by the Defied Rates':
Lad Davis r 51-65-43 tun Itrlirin; Purpose of Toward Responsible land 'Calif, for attempted on the state assembly. Government of these native

piers/.... lit. Freedom is to encourage murder and assault, a policeman chambers in 1N7, Americans whose territory we
Pecks put a. WI.th thskIp. < < 51-13-l0 A NEW CLASS STARTS Black .eapUaUam, said Rev.BurreU ., and a Panther. were wound Forte and Policeman.. Daniel occupy, Continues as ear

ehsoip EACH MONDAY But police officials ed la a street gun battle to Wolke were shot during the greatest shame and win
l Sometimes He'. UpSometime seemed concerned that a 'Berkeley incident disgrace us before the rest of sat
LiRe Smith, He's down. He Adds,Subtracts mini NOM "black Mafia" might be pro The Oakland decision by Superior This ai the third time police the world until these conditions.
m.rII drtv.rl11 He works it all around duced Court Judge Redmond'Suits IDS Panthers hat shot it out are changed. I am making this

stems from gun battle la .\V* last. II months. topic my primary concert IB
.. give sal a.l with Oakland Police ia which the hopes that all ciUseas win
.l .pie aa-. WHEN YOU ARE ill'Yon (
444-11-111
Willis Davis Iswy Cleaver was wounded' and Bobby Says High Rise make tt theirs. .
opisloa. k.is Button 17, a Black Panther The following telegram
...hat IM ..... 'C KING ATTRACTIONS Seek The Best Doctor member, was killed. Apts. Are Disaster sent at I ..... to Kichard Nam \ '.. ..
aIL rawreli.o..N when your Doctor' Judge Stalls found no discrimination by Dick Gregory from his cam. .
I (Prescribes; Get Eiperl is the selection of the TORONTO (HPT) High pip headquarters at the LORAN. CIlIa
J4 51192MAR'S encod Pbar.acl.10 grand Jury,despite defense con rUe apartments 'and satellite Knickerbocker Hotel ta

4 ,.. (Fill Prescriptions Ac* tontions that the grand Jury that towns are disastrous to humandetelopment Chicago: Ali F, Outturn her announced
DAYSNUMIBED Indicted the all accused per sons according to "Richard M. J(1Ioa recently
I cording To Your .Doctor'sOrders did not represent the Negro Greek urban planner Constanjtaol He Waldorf Astoria Mr Class. formerly with the
i ( : ,: Community Doiladls People need Mew Tort City Urban Ltague of Wectcheeier

Dudaq.A. I. Use Only The, Belt: .c. E. BLA'JK Indicted with Cleaver wereWutea privacy so'they C&I""some -Mot cine the election of County Mew York win directa
.latooaob :Quality.. Drugs.: ,, Wells Iii WendellWad of their human values."he said. Abraham Lincoln has a President 500,000 program to train
-.... 'Man's Days are Numbered.*.' Proprietor *, t); Terry Cotton IICharles ; 'There' is no reason to believe Inherited. sick gratejespoaslbllltle non-profescionals: to teat. in
I 10 with lb.apart. Health and Fortune Can Be 3 Registered 'bar.ael.ta'To-Ser Your Bursey, tl; and Don that muhp-11a111 dwelllsgs In a period of birth control programs
.. Tours When TOIl Know Tour Mil Unkford, 11. all party contribute to solving problems national crisis. Agencies engaged lathe.

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1- FAMU Faces Alcorn_ i For. Big Football Classic On December 7' I


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TALLAHASSEE. Florida A4M Alcorn die ,BROCK FAVOIEDCiNCHINATI
rs Collegel The
Coach (N'I) -. Pete RON of tilt Cincinnati Reds
it castl
Jake Calmer has announced that the FAMU
declared recently Hot be personally would ban tooted speed
battlers will take on the formidable and mcord team
-making
demon Lot Brock of the SI Louis Cardinals cm Brock'steammate
of Alcorn College on Saturday night, December 7, In the famous
Orange Bowl Chide I.UUml. ace pitcher Bob Gibson, for Oat national League's.
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Most Valuable Player Award Ron; who was rmnet-ap toCibi.oa.la
The Impreasire tieordi of be lias completed' 47 passes in UM official balloting said bovener, that be could not
both teams will make this. 86 attempts, for a total of 860 quar'lt11r1Ul those who chose "Rapid Bob."
classic one of the greatest In yards and 6 touchdowns. He Is

the null'ol, football, backed up by Florida's leading FOES REMATCHED ,
statistics ball carrier, aa Associated I
Coach Jake Gaitber said he Press Honorable Mention for PHILADELPHIA Alpo) Fin-state heafywelght boring
based his decision on toe,1mpresslre the All-Amerlcan team,. champion Jot Frazier of Philadelphia will defend his title
record Cat Alcorn. offensive halfback Hubert Gtan' against Oscar boMtent of Argentina la UM Spectrum OB
holds. That record Is now 7-1 ft 5' 10" Junior December 10, in a IS-round boot that came shoot U ft result of
Alcorn defeated Savsanaah '.'a Jlne showta' aatost Frailer fcst
Grambllng t3 cmJJi
from
Ga Two other t: who Joined Los Angeles'George Johnson la DlC
13, Jackson State 30-6,'WUey hard, hitting backs auZZ8poaad. CIftI''h;
the filters to go the limit acamst Frailer to his tin
.80-5, Southern University 16- 6' 2" James Owens 1' boot career, decked the champion. twice in the September boot
,14, Arkansas .AiM B3-0. Mls-' from Lake City, Fla, and 130- : before losing on a split decision.
'sUtlppl TaDey Vocational 40-0. pound, 6' 0" Robert Lampkla.
and Prairie View ZO0.FAMtTs of New York. a y CARRIES VS. BOPES
record u ft rirtually Alcora's most nimble defea ADELAIDE, Australia-Qf PI)-Hard-serrint, crappy Armor
unbeatable school Is laternaUooally 'sire player, US-pound, 6' *" Labs of Richmond, Ya., and the DJB. Army, will carry the VS.opes .
known and esteemed. defensive end, Is Joe Owens. JDIl Australia la 4he finals of Davis Cap
Galfnet said Tampa Obirerslty .The Ernes also boast ft 6' ." : Tennis competition December n-ZI, u a result of Ashe't
.was also c mztdered.Bo".r. 262-pound otfenslre guardnamed smashing victory over India's top-ranked RamaaathaaKrlshmaala
Its loss to Southern Illinois Willie Peaked aid Baa.,Juan, Puerto Rico, recently. Ash blasted Irishman
negated any speculation- in" list senior 'C quarterback, Mirtia) e-i, '->, I-S. '
area. Weeks, who bas Completed IIof
Coach Caliber also discounted 161 passes for a total of DEEPLY GRATEFUL
tilt fact that Alcorn Is not widely 1.371 yards and 12 Tire this CHICAGO pip)) Former baarywelTbt boning champion
known la this part ofthe country. 1eUOD. I Euard Charles told the press be.was "deeply grateful to all
Be pointed out that win FAMU The Rattlers hare the people" who contributed to the success of a benefit baaqoet
aDd Jackson College Jackson, coached by tile be-.I.J held la silt honor at the Sherman Hotel recently. Mayor Richard
'Miss tangled out came one of "Jake" Gaither, bead coach Daisy had proclaimed Wednesday, llorember IS, u Euard
the largest crowds, 47.78U since INS, and currently president Charles Car U tri arts to Eia,who work*for the QllnpU TOB*.
Gaitber also said that many of the Football Coaches j ..__ Commission but Is'also a victim of latent, sclerosis sod an
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alumni'" wanted to keep two Foundation which recently I out-patient at the Chicago BehabUltiUon,. Center.Current
predominantly lfegro schools. sponsored the brUational Football Paul Glpson, 205-pound Houston fallback, gamed 1,114 yards, carried 1,121 yards for ft '0 average and eight touchdowns. lbs champion Muhammad AH, Rock llareiaao and Archie Moore were
on Oat gridiron tor tilt Classic.AAM Classic between Morgan rushing for the potent Cougars last.year for a U yard averageper senior star, one of the most sought collegians by pro football ;among the ei-rlng gnats attending the affair.
founded the classic and State aDd Grambllng la Mew' catty. Already this year, Oat speedy, dynamic back bas. teams, will lead the high-scoring Boaston offense,which, recently
mrites teams each year to play York City's Yankee Stadium. beat Idaho, 771, against Florida State Unirerslty U the Gator PRAISES PERFORMANCE
the Rattlers. "The Wtnningest Coach In .Gr.. III. Couch KebfisoiCtisMers Bowl Friday bight, November tliTickets are. on.sale at tbe LUSAKA ZambIa -(NPI)- JUaoqb Us athletes fid Dot wta
According to Gaitber, Akora .Football" Calmer has a record, Coliseum and at the gate before the 1:00 p m. kkkoff. Boustoa' top honors la the Ittl Olympic Games Mexico City recently,.-
has ..'..elUDe team lid a of IX wins 4 ties and only earlier this year tied the Sugar-Bowl bound $oumeutenConference Athletic Coach Edward Matale praised the overall performance*
strong team Alcora might posstbly -r. 34 losses .of college QI Hirrls As Grist Georgia team, 1010, with Georgia coining from "of the Zamblaa team,saylng"lhe team leamedft lot which should ,
hare 'aa edge om the ban.Alcora.. behind desperately in the last minute of play. be transfer.ed to others Zambtans)." Among the Zambians
Rattlers. Alcora's one has was 1s coached by Marino GRAMBLOfQ Lft (KPQ "James Harris 1s of the "
one making good sttowincs was Julius Leap,who lost to a Cameroon:1
to Texas Southern UllJytratti. H. C.... Read coach only great college quarterbacks of all 11m..." HELP FIGHT CANCER WITH A CHECKUP AMD.A CBECK fighter to the second bout la the heavyweight tournament..
tl since INC, Casern bas already Tbe speaker was Eddie Robin
Florida and Alcora hare con' made a record of 24 wins, 'statement <
son, aad the was
trtbuted many players to the II losses and 3 ties, and has 'uttered with directness and, CHRISTMAS
pros. Florida .AAM alumni In brought Akora to their best hoaeity by tilt Ora.bUIICoil. GIVING/PRE- .
the pro ranks Include _-IDS record ever Southwestern .,. coach whose'wry com ,
Bob Hayes, U All-Pro with the Athletic Conference standings meats art tempered with
Dallas Cowboys; Natlaalel'James this season. scientific consemtlfm.
a kkk-ott and punt re* Over 80,000 fans are expected This one 1s bound to Impress.
tern specjallst win the: to be at tbs Orange Bowl Stadium Robinson Is one of the finest.
Clmland Browns; and AU-Pro to see the game, along practitioners la the coaching tt .r %\
t Btwlut Dlxoo the Oakland, with dorms of scouts from the proteaaioa net pro scouts
ltal trl' fallback: who is cps pros. The tamed Florida AiM usually listen intently: when.
of.DM'top fire la ruhing lathe "100" Marchlag Band win be speaks.

AFL this year. .entertain at halt-time. Be has sent CO players Into
Aleut alumni la the ..,-ror- The Orange Blossom Classic the American and MatUaal
play r ranks. leotards, otfeoslre Is scheduled for regional tele- Football Leaguei and enjoys
Nr4 Willis banks with the nun coverage sponsored by: Justified nine tor:producing

I'mIUC Washington y JUdfttns Aet 61t tJSOr; ISM. otDa11aa11d/"nef Btlhntlne! and tons,8n.A711aDelayed makers 'talent lac'gal>> olIIUU"naI: :
u I can be Utile argomeet that: he
Cincinnati Bengals; and Hew telecast of the game
knows football when
York Giants' halfback Smith will be seen m tbe Mew York a player 1
Reed. City, Philadelphia, aaetWtd- be sees one, especially since !
U former stars are :
This year's teams also otter Ington D.c./ &JtJaor. areas, currently tolling Grambliag to then 1aJ- S I'FRIDAY
promise for the pro scats. lbs Classic was founded laim
Florida AIM'S KM Riley Is and bas been played aamsUly tor-pay rantsRpbtsea.bu .

A the scrambler-type hub of the Rattler'dtene.quarterback since.Cat time. present for his a fUpng 20-,ear-old case,to NOVEMBER 29, THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 1

star.

Otyapk, ,Cfcwploa George FONBIB He tags James as the greatestprospect Friday starts the) big sole)-and not lust for two

and only a la. few school's saepucs crack ajnub days, but for EIGHT gigantic savings daysl Boo

bight' Way To Top Tfirongh lights suspicious smiles. Any player |ter como in early, though for these ore definitely a large group of J
would hat to meet exacting '
hot ond with the
bargains ) holidays |lust
,
WASBDICTON. D.C.- Olympic boxing champion and former specifications to be mentioned t
Job Corpsmember George Foreman received the first JobCorps In the same breath with big, around the corner, Ihero's going to be a crowd our newest choice worsted .t/ <*, r
Award of Achierement from Job Corps Director William P.Kelly. hungry Dart Grambllng of "Early birds" hero to get the first pick] Tre ;y.; )
Ills. Willie Green Bay --
..ndov.'lnglo..omeofourr..I.locU! '
The award was tor Foreman's 1MI. Be Is the fifth of urea Packers; Ernie 1a I2. Sat '!
JJForeman. Diego Pi-******.*. kansas City
oUttirxling performance In children of Mr, and Mrs. > ; SUITS
winning the gold medal la bury*, Be attended school Chiefs; and Frank Corslsk,

weight boslagiatke lN1 la Houston, Texas,. dropping Chicago Bears.Harris ALTERATIONS FREE! '.Including some tropical weights' !
stands M lakls stock
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Olympic games which "brought out after the Kb grade. .
honor to himself, his family After a period of Joblessness lag feet and weighs a trim 111pounds. reduced to } #'
the United States of America,, kit family aid frleidspirsuaded Be Is cool and Intel F iyJ
,and Job Corps." him to Join Job Ugent, and has throwM.touck \
The Job corps Intends to present Corps. He was at a Job Corps don passes la four seasons of 09"IY t '9-,\ 1> 1
large -
wife the 0-. "" group < ..
the award annually on lbs .Center la Oregon from August u., -coo- 5
anniversary of Foreauys IMS to February IN1, when scions sports writers and <;"/ .
.1
:
rktory in Mexico City to rue be was transferred to Parks 'a growlag army of other SPORT COATS :
member or former member Job Corps Center at Pleasant gridiron ejcperts are labeling *
Job Corps who has made the .on, California. There he wasocouraged Ism "the best Southwestern reduced to guloHy to 1 iiR iiX9.9.
.
greatest accomplishments II.tlH.h'P. to Join the boxing Athletic Coatereace football 57.95
responsible many team was' elected president player Ia rears and years," ,
'field of acthtty, during the(, of his dormitory and was while exultant AFL and KFL' ; ; "
preying inlaid la drattiag. He scouts continue to friTV1te him 29.5 to '
JeaI'
Mrs.'Kaaey Foreman, moord completed his Job Corps train. U "a caper pro- star of the 49 95 .
the former Job Corpsmaa lag in May 1167. 1.I{c. future.. another group reduced to Reg. to 69.95 e ,
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... scouts
was present at the ceremony. September W7 he has bee* .Barr. only tuM other groups reduced to 4t j
at the Parks Center Insist / a tendency not to
employed *
George Foreman. was bon la
Marshall.. Tern January,10. COlIntnJED AN PACE uF. throw enough," 24t .au 34ffgroups .
rGoodrichGraduat He has also proved a strong 9 J'J'e

,>* witch attraction through as 111,003 turnstiles tans barn toT of also a group of our finest Embassy line .

Gambling perform U, 95
games. : WORSTED-SILKS leduc.dfo 54 ,
: -
Stadium crowd C'II4JIM FALL SLACKS 1
Barrelled at his charm !
R.lcufy72.9SI
,, a Hew York hut September'hesrnd t reduced to I .
tastily,and agreed thatJtatdaeon's -

estimates were DOt of lerg* group ol of JgSif1s Hv i
95 one group groups
this
mrfatched. Early month, | "
.5,465W: accorded the bril 995 11 laq.deeve SWEATERSREDUCE \t ',
Hut passer fall acceptance .. .Nil' PEIMANIHT..pUS$ I :

the Buddy Astrodome.Young assistsattoHTLCoBualMloner .::=1 ART IHRts i 'f "

? .. to 14.95 I.. to 16.95
P1rtRCUlleioda ,ot savings up to : f j ,
case-hardened. oldpro speaks reduced '' S9 ." b'... ,*" :
... in general terms
on otherand but labels') BUY NW FR CHRISTMAS to 'tt,w Reg. to 5.H 50% # .-
Harris the best looking pro .

.quarterback prospect in the ,1 \
coC'rilia passing soma THBp. (CIQ"uu,AND R1GZMCTOKLTCHAKI .

compares with that of DaryleLamoaiea I ,.' ,
novaraS9MUMUiv>*v II eozgrataMhd ri'a' ;, Bart Star, Jar Chorg ltorUs
D Aaroe,caI n,oy + ... ,v
BJ. Goodrich.. manager training course Mamath, Ron. Gabriel and Don :" ) .
.... Purdriaa(center).president of theconB U y' tlredtrlsioBiaodKeoneaJ MerediB* .- our
Baker: store superrtjoriB the company" CUcqo'aaa KmlM Tsaaell. Hew York OR : 1'. 1
.... KnTkaadaQ completed the course will honors and Giant assistant coach," avers SCHWORILT' convonieMitLAYAWAY
has been m-rt f-T. of the B.?. Goodrich retail store at that "Harris has the drtre and LAYAWAYDOWNTOWN. '." ,"" ,,. I If'j I' '1t
tlM Telegraph Aveua. Oakland,CaBtKuyenkenftll JrJnedBrO the smartness to step Into a H .
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U areollcalBsauMltMOaUaBdstoreearly la Prertoasof >> regular: pro Job nest ML* i \ r :PLAMRMiNCY i. .1'.1'I

a .. worUcl at.... First IIatSaM1. C1tJ Buk II d T Co1H't5$5ls Bill .BBS, Jr, PittsburghSteelers I I(: '
IfIdIate d..TarU.lUJud..1 CU1 Is Impressed wlaHariris' r
the 01 Waco Tuns. Baker, in Akron .
fan rranelaco.. He to an confidence and serenity '" "
on baskets Is responsibto for ales PI profit wader out.
cmpa pressure,potatUf .
.defelcnauuL .Mrsoanal detelapment and other control and that ".. has a great arm and L.;; ", CEDAR. HILLS STOlE: '" J 4
opu..... fuaciHoM of amt XF., Goodrlch-owned rutafl Mora is butt to take the buffeting! te...UUM maT L:.... ._ CUM wars*.**....cwna aesMCT SBUABS* ,
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: .- I Wonei Tilk U/b'qn League .y Honors Motown :
Blick
Youth
tofts
CoivNt'
:, u rooms, print bath $5.00 CONTINUED FROM PAGE I Phllly
II rooms, seal-private $COO APT; FIR IENT art the 11 OCJIIIDI.They art "
r Delta ,
I' Day tlflM (semi-private)f.1.00 able to slow the beat of boats E rom

Weekly Rate (plus tax) 8 Its. Apt $51.00. OwMr wl lpg animals, appartntly,ale Dr. CONTINUED FROM PAGE II >r] MOUND BATOR, Miss,

.MKiBH MiTM CHIT lights vattr. Will to Powers,by a substitution vhlchaffecta pool cafeteria, auditorium, t -(!NPT-A surrty ot tht Delta
WTLUHTED" COM 11.00 to 4:00 p.m Sat. certain tnzymts. Other everything," Horovltt recalls area's high school graduates

Son. Phone 3SI-S301. todies" by Dr. Pavers Indicate "I didn't want II to5otowute"And this year showed that 10 percent
SUI V.I. lCor.EdpwoodAve, +that Inert la no sditknc. to It didn't. were out of the sate by Septem-
Pbont: 7M000Alvays Open' soot persons claim that they Horovlts started meeting via

'.Ue"aD rctc" to red vtae.. other concerned Individuals la ber.view down the mlgratlo;

Fll SALE tht area to devise a method to to Northern urban areas, officials

HUES Fll SUE Olympic develop the convent Into some / of tilt Delta Community
Two lots for salt on West tSthSt thing meaalngfal to tht"community. tTHAIfEE Health Center have hunched a
Ji1
PASTEL PINK la the Itloeteen-bvndrid CONTINUED FROM PAGE IS ,1 K lr + ti campaign to encourap poor

BvUMa nnp 4 mm, doable mock Pap tenet around 1%. u a pkysleal tdaeatloa i From these meetings emerged Black people to stay vbert.
:kitchen slat, 1 BR, 1-1/1 BA, J58-8160." Instructor. Since joining the Bit concept d developing a they art.

:carport, llke-nevconerete Olympic boxing squad this put community services center latht The health-center officials believe
''block. $10000 don, $12.001 August he has beta oa lean convent by renting spans that the MississippiDelta's

;,.month Includes taxes and BUSINESS d absract from Parks. .la It to outside agencies 11I4'1DaUtuUaa.a rich earth can abundantly -
Ineura1ce. At Parks when be first pates on a long-term support area resIdents-If

.IPPJITINITIESOva'your boring cloves, Foreman vas basis-and using the proceeds, they will Up its resources.Aceordlag .
FOUR(4)( ) BEDROOMS coached by "Doc"Broad a a-
own KB. Grad or to pay off oat mortgap. to Dr. H. Jack
;l Ml baths, Btt. la mo A equivalent JLsslstaneela obtala- Center physical) education staff "1 simply tied a principle Geiger, head of the health

ova. Urn Uvlng roomcarJport. lot capital and orpalsatun CIIJOII1' member tad former boitr. d prime enterprise, la this center, the movement to urban
tics corner lot. $200.00 Foreman compiled a 164amatevr "
business. WhitthUlsluslMU cast 100 per cent financing, r areas must be reversed because
dawn' $96.001 month Includes : .... P.O. Pox record before the Horovlts" "the big cities tend to crash
u Utrch
tills and Issursnee. Good mS, Jax $2230.LSffKI Olympic samts. Using Greenvall Boosing,toe., those over $0 and make the
1MI. bt von the National AAU
e/edlt and six months clthe Job a Bon-profit corporation formed vUd."
young
a requirement to qualify. temer-rp, Otis Evans, tamed to rehabilitate housing la the Funded by tilt Office of Economic

STONER REAL ESTATE i ; ClNIIIITlII him be Olympic beavyvelcht arts U a legal vehicle to accomplish Opportunity, 4ht center
Realtors. 7M Lea Turner Rd. 1 berth. la the Olympics be von Its plan, the group .la affiliated with Tilts
7M-4J4.1 CONSOLE? MODEL via Solid four fights three by knockout to ....
successfully managed buy StjstivtlEoerOeAvlePrM1MZ CJlIIoton". meat University, Boston. .. .
Be at 6'11T'andtllpounds.
stats radio. Tab up payments months insist. DIe $45,000 Inoer-clty property Company accepting u Equal Employment Practices Citation from Detrolflgctu Leapt Tine To encourage people to cut
on beautiful stereo S with a cash outlay of only PrtstdeuVMrs Francis A, executive
RobertF.Rwlofc.Watdilng tile presentationis Komepy, don their buckets where they
7aIII S( "bid speed. record changer. Over 100,000 young men and $12 17 (c q), and that for minor; director, Detroit Urban lajagat. Mr. Abatr aoteptedtht. citation oa behalf d Berry Gordy, Jr.' art," the Tufts team membersled
Bilaftct due $SS or $I perbonthvPh women have come to Job Corps fees. .
slice the legal Motovn's fOllDdft'Iad'PNIf4eDl'lbI phgii win Inscribed: "Equal Opportunity Award prt- la DIe formation of a cooperative
383-0146 uJ lDt.I program began To do this, Grtenvall Housing canted to Motown Record *rlbetlcos to the Record Industry and Equal
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TOWN HOUSES I Will IMS. Of Corp o tstandiiif f a farm, a < Ad fet Credit Manager. February 171,000
received tile cooperatloa ot the Employment Opportunities 1M'." (Motown Photo,) ,
deliver, no obligation. 1606 trained, 120,000 art la jobs, Philadelphia Savings Fund by Detroit Urban League; Jovtm&r.4' project that grew enough

"Range & III Main St JaetacatUU.f schools, or service. Some Society, vhlch granted a mort- greens, beaU, potatoes, and
csntoloopes to feed the 11,000
still la at J
$2,000 art
training
Refrigerator pp d 7S per cent d the N .- t people who lived In northern
109 Ctllttra.I Negroes W o.rld sws DIg
115 f FOR MIEN AND U ''iljj I Dominican pirchaie lilted price, who, lid granted the Demand Boliver County.officials' next
The center goal
01 All ICES Greenvall Boozing a second CONTINUED FROM PAGE SAFETY FIRST .
HIT JIM UNI i.1 Is construction of a cannery,
Till moved ...... 'Wo two officials and
Take Rev DIPROTXD NATURE mortgage to cover the $1,000'putty en ADDS ABABA NPO -Elhlopiaa government to bt operated la conjunction
required PSF8. campus building. CM sprinted the Airlines have embarked upon a program to make
II "SKIT" by Ethiopian
PUN TABLETS tar that tired, run UN IISINESS; with the farm.
dova 2eeiniUrtleeptyatromnjoylg $ Tbea Greenvall Housing executed any but vas caught by a fast tile averip Ethiopian safety-conscious. Plans art undervayto Thus, local Black people voald S

FHAVUCANINC life College .gad or tqulvalent! .j long-term .sues with lavmaa. Presided Smith did font Iu.Ekloplu Safety Council to "redact accidents at become eU-sasncsd sad
100 Tablets Busuess Counselor Hahnemann, tile YMCA, tat ,not bow whether to call off vork home, oa tile street, la school and daring vacations."
$1.00 tOO Tabled llanap economically productive, U
$>.00. f 1.00 deposit; oa COD1. meat backgroimd, basic kaov State Department d Welfareand classes. They were discontinued The airline Is the only private agency la'Ethiopia>> which has a' veil.

EMPIRE PRODUCTS 4 SALES ledge bulnesi records,sales tbe 01:. This not only last week after the first complete.safety engineering program.
I FS. ninded. W lilt U 11 Business financed development'd tht major dlsttrbance, and were
Depl. 8137 If. Broadway t
7MJ IE| IftttIT II Chicago, ininoU IIOWdll. Counselors. P.O. Ba 11249 center but bought Into the com.munlry later reopened oa order of DIe Dt'ooa.rri: Prreuth.d Jilt(
hljjJEtls- Jai 12210. programs designed trustees. : ) Nigeria has received a $14.8 million loan
741 3119VETERANSII' especially: for inner-city residents. George Murray is among DIe from DIe Inter national Bank for Reconstruction Development CONTINUED FROM PAGE IS'

major dissenters. It vas.vho .to enable the lager Dam Authority to finance completion of tht delivery of famllypianoTtgservices :

: PAPEI Cl..Aa .< TITIIINK The relevancy d tilt center vas suspended from a part-tint Kaiaji nuttl-pwpott project for generation and transmission la Dallas, Texas

!!; Equal Opportunity Employer; to the community Is built Into, job U u lastraeter for d electric power,river transportation and irrigation The project Newark NJj New Orleans,

,.rUMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR Us operational structsrt.Coramanity allegedly taeearaglag the ls expected to be reedy for operation before the end d the year, U | and Suffolk County, ..Y.
: #ROLL HANDLERS I argent Teaching) residents form ere students tobrbog'Eirsarmt to via power output* being supplied by January to Lagos and the will do tbe actual tr&1DlIIr.sn

10 MONEY DOWN ;Experience not necessary.Rlgb I child majority d the center's board the campus.Students demanded vert, and three months later, to tilt north. Tht tastera area sponsorship d PPWP which

School graduate $2,M per hr.Shift Chanp yourself or your The jot managers and kiwi a real his reinstatement and the Inclusion via bt, following DIe settlement of tile civil conflict. vlll provide funds, supervision"
to
falltrt success.
FOI A 3 4 I from voice la operating Us affairs. d Negro klitorycourses
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tr to Excellent frlllctbeDIfttasppI I fart could bt la DIe teaching and administration for the pro
,11. RgU Paper The board of managers also and a Union also. ELECTION DAY gram.
lEI IDOl. Co.betveralA.M.-4P.M.Moa- lOt lithe child. Cearalagnaraateed. laelsdes representatives d President Smith sought a voted LUSAKA r- (KPT)-General elections will be held.throughoutZambisf Trainees, who will be recruit.
Fret demonstra ot December 1$. At stake the offices of President
participating organisations lid his faculty alto. The disgruntled art ed la tile four sites selected
All.HICK., lost( HecksherDr.l EastportRoid, tlon.7tMMlafUr4pja.FIIEMER AUsabectsta] gkt. Grteavall Bossing the students t oa tllelrIIW'CII. Viet President Speaker d tile Assembly, and other candidatestor via receive training and oa-
sponsoring' corporation. shouted "SUlkel I All DIe National Asymb y. .
.Phont 96S-3511. ... -Job experience la all
.ON LAME LOT IN The txecurvt director of tht U dove!" They also burst into aspects d the ac eltl' work
cotter 1s Gilbert Jackson classrooms, overturned furniture SEPARATE DEVELOPUEtTPRETORIA la addition, remedial education
I LA VII Iii SINCEI AIIIMAIICCINSIIE IANTEI formerly of Temple Ualvtr- sad laboratory equipment, : QtPQ Results ot tile recent polling la DIe courses will bt provided to
ally's Center tor Community tussled with malt students who Transit show that a majority d the voters art la trio: d assist trainees latchlevlsg

CARVER PINES! MIIEl .",ml PRIVATES seeded by Stadlts, aaactloa-orieoted were not part d the confusion separate development U proposed I by the ruling Transkel high school equivalency and beginning -
City ot Jas. Mesa bt at least urban research department and frightened coeds almost odd National Independent Party (TNIP), beaded by Paramount Chief college vork Upoa

rrciDAiaEi"APPLIANCES: Swing machine Ztg Zap. $1 of ..IIIGt.bun ,Now after almost lye )'Mf'of their she..A freshman vas .Kaiser. hUtaatimi. TNIP von tl stats la the legislative u- completion ot the two-year
Blind eUtchta,buttonholes, At reached years list ap birthday, b. Sea.cradualM effort, tile center's doors caught by the officers aAdgottvay lodepeadeeb...1 lr. for bit Democratic Party and .$ for tile training period the trainees

Mil.D.CIK. eoratts.&tie. Qlgfalpcko, at least I' '-1"" art opea to., everyone la tht Be vas aided by other Ot the chiefs la DIe assembly all but tight! support vill bt employed by the user
$300. a balanced its or velp sot; less this 1M the,, Spring Garden area As resident\, students. TNIP. Lost la tilt shuffle vas tilt minority Transkel PeoplesFreedom apncy. The agencies Involved
'1
Ojf m reliable partla this area can velpt proportionate' to helptjcltltens Bruce Johnson who sits oa Rower, within! a fev minutes Party, stick wanted Independence. art Pliaatd Parenthood otDallas.
asstmt $I monthly payment*.
the board of managers, says members of the Saa Francisco
The Easel
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d UJ. Apply )Room County
ElliS Will tab older macklae la 1200, City B&D. 120 to.BQIt.. ,when talking about tilt center, rM squad shoved up oa DIe Committee. for Manned Partnt-
trade. Pa. 3JMMI. Ask for "We need It. We need It bad" scene, veil fortified with riot Tht Louisiana
bier Dec. hood
DO than 4. 1MI. YWCA Plus Family
VUICAHme.. Credit.Manapr. Will deliver; Starting Salary] $414 per mo. The Spring Gardes Community btllles-to tile chaatlag d Cklcipo CIVIL RIGHTS Planning Program, Inc aDd
DO obligation. laos Mala Sty For Intormatloa Services Center has become "Gestapo" lid "Pigs off tilt Economic Opportunity
caUilJ5-0411 Neil
.HI .I1''-.3119: Jacksonville.. Cit. 693.- a reality campus" from the nqqwl.JACKSONVILLE Completed For CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Council d Suffolk Inc.

,aildiag! For, 250,000 'Casery,"tht organisation U: Mt. Green was director ot
seeking DIe sum from business the Westchester Coalition d

CRICA001IPI3! A new lid imdodrytoprovi4etralatng, tilt Urban League and a Director
home tor mort thin a quarter education and Job placement d DIe Urban League d

e4t. allies wean aad girls la the programs and to help fiance White Plains He has bm professionally

ORANGE BLOSSOM WoodUrn community under the ,. tile growth d Black capitalism active la tilt
...
YOUR OYM HOME 3848746 umbrtUa d the Young Women's Black ovneraktpthraugbprdtt- training and r. NllttttTi ot
Christian Association. will be sharing Is also a major) ob tilt unemployed for many years
erected la mi. jective. with special emphasis on DIe

ALI MICKI3IEIIHM Citing the need for the $I 8mlllloa needs of young people who have

,EXCURSION home, Mr. Eslt Jwnalci dropped out of school or have
CLASSIC Watson Jones,txscutlvt director not received training which vill
Dr. cable: them to get adquatt Jobopportunities.
soled: that tht association ReMembers King
: Before
: As low Joining
as t Is currency operating out ot
KZIt 7TOIi-JamaatiMU-, tile Urban vLtague, he van DIrector
iN rented quarters.AMiricii. cus Carrey Prime for human d Comprehensive Youth
.oo
jpltlPbY rights has beta awarded Programs of tilt New Rochellt
posthumously to Dr. Marlin (!N Y.) Community Action Pro

f ,F.tA.A&M 1441 p SALES OFFICE liitlst Luther King, Jr. grim He vas director d the
t
: I Jet DIVISION A 2OthST. EXP.RA This award vas created by Youth Department of the Hudson
CONTINUED FROM PAGC 4 tilt government of Jamaica u ,Guild Neighborhood House la

I: n\ PAR jCoavtatka tad Dr.Charles prt of its observance of the :?(.York City for many years

'I'II WUUias.d Detiott chairman Current IDttJ1ll11all&1! year d and also director d the Hudson

: l .L' VSa ,t* its But fit Board stat human rights The value of the Guild Summer Play School at

..- stronfj messaps approvmg prep l| 9,000 pounds($14.000). US. $3, Nev York New York.Jicksoiville .
Dif ctaoa'a tadorstmeatv -

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1 ALCORN COLLEGE tight given the years Democratic ago whet Party Dr. Recruits For Pesitteis

SHIPYARDSINC. Jackson 'vas'-oM.ot tilt first

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Ptotesttatieaderr la the
The Jacksonville. Florida Fire Department 1s urpntly Ia seed
i country to defend the right d d high recruits to
t Quality meet added tomarlrments brought oa
bit thta. Senator Kennedy to .bf.tilt consolidation d tile city and county govtramtatsof
President United
for of
run Applicants may obtain the large city-departments lathe
State him btcaast
: 2It.ojpote... accessary forms from the nation by national loses ce
FLORIDA 7.190P.M. of his rilafts ould bt aa
II DEC. :
MIAMI ELECTRICIANS act of dlecrkaYaH s. aDd dlscrlnUnatloa Jacksonville City Persoonel 'undtrvriter associations
Director 1201 City Han. Jacksonville flrtnua vork ajS4hoar
bad rtligloatioa
PIPEFITTERS on Jacksonville, Florida 3220t. by shift followed by two:|

SEAI AID COAST LINE IAIIIOADMUSICDANCIHGrUNOH 'II jutuk\II based !'oo I cI1tCf1atlla-" said mala or la person.Closing date days off, giving fIre_ cel-I
race
BOILERMAKERS .Dr.Jsekroe. for tiiN tTH"g ,trylt''tH""t la tent opportunUVes for other
la ,December 4, and TTnn1nstifjTvill .activities ranging from snorts'
Dr. Jackson costesded
SHEET METAL MECHANICS private conference 1111..pab1Jc bt held la Jacksonville. to operating their. o/a
TRAIN December 11, Captain Waters 1uJDeaau.
utterances that Mr. Nlxoa
CARPENTERS "Among. the benefits d living
stood act bt condtmned by need -
.'Wt to fill at .least 79rtcrslt and working la the sew Consolidated
alleged attitudes oa WIbaul4btJlllpdlabltbrcll4.
race
Rtist! Trto 2 FOR ..$59.$0 SHIPFITTERS .. vacaactt," be Jacksonville art DIe
Furs $36,40
continued salaries DIe
1st CLASS WELDERSApply light d his Mattmatmlp. U4 Starting art many opportunities city
offers, iacliidlngtht availability
gives the OBportuaity to prove months $691oracotty1oorthe3ee112

llitliilii: IMI eeiitilillii.. IK iinlci ti litil ni Stdialll) his serve growth all tae aid people its ability d this to and months At tht beginning rf and a'nattotally-known a state-operated unlverslq Jialor;

sailor d tilt second year, tile college system," Csptsia
pay teak Jumps to $6,394 annually. Waters continued
la addUloa to an this acclaim

lY Trill Oaly $11.20' -. $3e.40 For ((2))' MAIN YARD Its OUvet program.X Church. vest through with, to Increase. Efforts this art scale.being made .slat"..members. of our!art present taking dtp art-aotantsp -

Fireman rtcraits must bt >1- d these "T: ir1vapottaaltlta
644 EAST vas tile conchuloQ of years
BAY STIEETSOUTHSIDE 30 years old, at least fivt fttt, which have
at DIe ptlebratloa that Dr.Jacksoa .
ALCOM'I'OREC PJ-. )UUTED CBAItBUNQ: 2J-11.. SOUTHERN U. 26-14; JACKSON: .r daring the year had seven and a half inches tall a growing Importanct where

STATE $0-1; Wlky 60-5; hUSSGSIPPI VALLEY VOCATIONAL 40-0; PRAIRIE VIEW 20- made outstanding contributions. at least 150 pounds la vtlghL promotions, art concerned."
DIVISION'R
LOSING ONLY TO TEXAS SOUTHERN' ,.k to. tile atlas u veil to DIe and la good mental and physical Among maay fringe benefits
n 0' HENDRICKS A VI. church aDd local community. condition u determined by art a generous pensioa....,
medical and and medical for Cream
psychiatric examination cart
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT NIP SAU8 OR BEAUON KENDALL THE FLO. JACKSON vi uf.ru.ji One..:number. -d' the church vas. before appointment. aad' their dependent' Fir
RDA STAR NEWSPAPER, 212 IIONCRIEF ROAD, P.O. BOX 591, 32101. POSITIVELY daadtd vhea sht said The JacksosvUlt Fire Department department recruit: applicants
I NO PERSONAL CHECKS YOKEl,ORDERS BANK CASHIER'S .. ...... -a. ic aim bteaUe-or hiscourSp
OR CHECKS CBECE WITH Ale.. r MM' r.MtMK optratta aa excellent must have at least high school
YOUR LOCAL STATIONS FOR ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIWl'tS.t '' aad btcaaaa to stand he !has on his the ovnfeet, tralalag school, and bit diploma or equivalent certlfl-

J'k < 'JcUou.'Be wtU courapofk4sc tab department asavholtlsratedamong \cats...to be eligible. -for. the.
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the ,top three per cent i
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