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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 30, 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:
UF00028362:00793

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 30, 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:
UF00028362:00793

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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and shacks Iron him. I YOUTH 16 HELD
Gary Bell 11. Uving at lOll rA Y"P xrJ

West Dm Street vu jailed.vbea .
bt vas oand pla)1ncP"- '
Ot board IA a Bay Street bar
tad vu arrested lot carrying '

concealed to reports weapon, the employee According s l: AS GANG DRIVER

claimed bt wu bur up by two i ,

mho be colt see. r .
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lavish spender In the bar, said .....".u.. ,,-.... On Tuesday e> eight a sixteen- *. ***** *
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Patrolman D.C Scott and HG iivs
!"'1' ym-old'boy vu taken Into
,. Hetton. : t// '- :1 custody by Duval County Police e r .w.S + KtiyiQiits
The two patrolmet doubted : : :i'ter u t possible aspect! driver t k
the autheoUcity of the report : for the "Carbine Killer Gang" U Of F
of the robbery, Wbea they saw ;S ;
i.t r which, since November t J,bu
the delivery'mae they searched 4 :caused the death of aatore After ArsesGAINESYILLB'FredS.
him and Land t U revolver la his tracers and Charles Rosier (Muslim member Charles X), one of the four suspected mss la tile "** ,1.- of a store sod that of a plant s Fht New.1MaMt : .
$Z50li of the week*, Ubova here coming into the Duval County Jail,
cub/ Jt III$trot murder pad protection man. At the same Ksnali, from Kenya, a graduate
Dell begged the pjllcenea Bttomptaled by detectives, after he called the Police Department to give himself up because, time officer recoveredmore
r thej$ student at the University of
tell "1 want to teU the fresh I'll probe.b1141e anyway, but I want to tell the troth about 1II. <
to his wife of the money, u he said. ; than $1,000 at the home A7' Florida la Gainesville, hu left
since he had draw it from a ." Prosser left ton Monday, after hearing of the arrest of another suspected colleague, of the boy posetanydulsIseMf the because of "com-
"CbrIaIaaaavlags"club6sn George (George X) Young, ..11I10 St. Augustine, but returned. He talked withal* Bother and f The swUtaeu with which the w1 Mew a. bola new a ly ar. madly campus bostuity" and becauseof
with a brother leaving lot VietD&m aad called the Police Department. Prosser II It year ...J< law ta
officers have operated led rfabU to uawweakjaertaie*ex frequent abases oa account
later paid I2S to abondfBaa old Hbube atheobKtoMUcaUtheklUlNttBloMviathreeotherWsoM.GMofthesuspect : 1 the apprehension o( this boy of his rice accordl., to
vho hU ball He it still at Urge. Young Prosser vu charged with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution .
posted .1 unidentified, wt o police aay, Y CUGIicY eMMi1g Wl M.dastsw'i ..*. .
,( reported' lor rock and was. for..4tf? Three Birder count wire also placed against him. Florida Times-Union Photo t might be the driver of one ortwoaltheplayearsAtoer $.$4's sM ls/tMtra be uplt* Last month,' Kant,a graduatea.
BaM&g his deliver lea wOes be > h b 1 ete11y it f1 etch fur la eagrMlkYi I studeet of political science,left
vas arrested the second u.... aspect bu not yet been round. abet a renal, | the school ud applied to a
He later was held antes 1,003 J.4.1 klIj Charles X. James IX and B tjuhr are voted k school la the Midwest and to

r. bao4.'tod saves'"wAaron. ..George IMC, ft* first two Black S .M bd111'L > one la the Atlantic area forrdiwvkaiBicKMr4t;; ,
..rW. celled the odK, e aadI r" : 'T Ira' d ."

1j .' '" ; s r i .. c,"t,11" \-': fuNd mall. t...MjNMAlJ tte*, l.d:3 /

1 -d. I aim and ordorerto 5S" A J -.; hands of vUtey Btftnd Aid
r W more He'said the i 'NASSAU'' :'Rev, A,1) I >r t e11rroteaga 1 that be wu even fepat upoa oa
I look the company poxi Program Dlrecto, Harold Lttcu of the Atlanta Braves outspoken brother ot 'late evening upoa his cetera to ha"apartment
.. from hit poefcef He could' lifter Jackson of the Johnson Branch .formerly of Jacksonville!,' will Dr.. Merle Utter Hafe Jr, M tllaf Ievanpolta gist pear the naJeaally-: .;.

,I description YMCA aaaouaces that Hank also be pr..... The Gra-Y promloeol IaclyUrlPtl..mato a ale horse dd4 whoa R wen known school. .'
Aries the second arrecf BeU: 'have stirred the Ire of the
Aaron of the Atlanta Braves boys have heel Involved ta Flag Additional latutt' vu added |
confessed The officers were will be special guest at the rather emotional/Ttteaid, w oy Mai.C.fits h ha rttused '
Football League play that will w stisest d be said, when be vat :
show where to find the psebbusalabaStteContedrtde aaoual Pareot-toa ,banquet oaTaesday terminate December 1 with tt* residents o! the Bahamuvhea, ett"twtlrs II service la btef.MP* lideitagpasl :

f December 10 at 14) championship playoff. ta Nasal be placed at oenc tM.ea ( ( "' .'.' .U. .J
'" Ark Uore thaa trIO la cash pa la the R.V Daniels Elementary Awards will be sad at the seat to poverty tn his' appraisal w wale dae trt .i *'I. ,; &:
:; vu found there, along vita of conditions oa the Island j svtthdrawal
SchoolMr banquet to the pIa.r. Student asaM a a repasts gdecrg luvter budsll Because of ttettfef AfrlruV '
tbellec4:I Jackson says that BUt coaches from Edward Waters "I am deeply shocked to seethe I fromlKetmpus; .
College have beta assisting la amount of affluent* and oho ohserv.'tbat a tevrde a dk epy political scteacelMessors' 'l
: coaching the player They are wealth here side tor side with 11 tr a"dkbtO.Nl" m enn I drew up and tuned *Tl euUon J
U. Of Fla. Will Sign Willie 'Pop' Alexander Fer- call eme poverty," he air; "At- I asking tbeaewpreildeat I

I rand Brooks Gerald Gibbs, least. half the populatloa sight while goes JAMES (James tX) DtNKEfi, e betoiepaaelaf the till Stephen Q-CoweU lot action |
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Carl Jones, James Reese to bed hungry every lit, are now ta the Duvtl County h a asMive totbprogntazt i toward "u IUebse bas positionof
half U throwing any
the other
Crawford Rivera, Clifford Jail all Vuspected of complicity I leadership ta the community
Black Football Stars food. }
L i so u emphaslM the dHrl-:
Royal, Herbert Toier, Larry Rev King compared the la these tragic murders,
Washington Larry Williams wk the mulling from rampage which : mental effect of such actions.
W IXESYiL1ZTM IWverslty first Another! athlete strongly Loreaso Williams and Reginald'Stewart Bahamas' sltaatloa ttvu canted national alarm. ,: The committee: also s.....eIf
In Amelia
.of Florida at Gainesville, admmired by Florida 1s Eddie Negro ghettos that the Blaster's Charles X, whose otbe Dam, .cwreb eM tlao: te be aayeer, the Importance of Afwu .v
one of t the best-known lastltaUOD McAshan. quarterback of ..theOainsvUle The advisor are Mr. Lola said 'act based on a U Charles Raiser, surrendered TwSMr at/Mt era ,wRi4 studies, not only for the'
of higher learning la the High School te.... Motes, Mrs Verttie Bradley remarks were of the island. Tuesday to FBI agents at university lAd Its student body
't ttd States hu decided to Among others are Ray its.. sod Elisabeth Johnson of the true appraisal .fi4 notaccurately the home of his.mother, 1>MFalrtu but for the community
and 14 years of segregated .!Ihorae halfback for Backer A.L. Lewis Elementary School Rev King, some said" political Street, a few minutes 1ru Ram 1 at tM A) press time no word hid beta.

football and will according to County High uMcClenny.Rufus James T. Bokklaa of Moocrkf.Mr la the Island.gauge after casing the office of local aa, Caelet rltp. received from Kanall, The n- 'r

ft* latest ears, sign a first Ferguson, halfback for Miami's *.. D.P. Rkhardsoa. Mia. feeling Bahamians tt U said, us law ageats and expressing a sobdloaIsrtbeyeaprer5.dregret Jt
among Negro players to Us 'XUllaa High, lAd Bill Plumcr. 'H.W. Mouttrl and Miss A. Ar- considerably angered by the desire t*:tan himseU la. One u to Mr Kanalfswithdrawal l''
f roster.WUlle. Canker for the Delray Beach grill of Isaiah Blocker leader. month ta the day Prosser gave o '..
the
words of _
outspoken M rwmi.e !m a m lr it-a li n aalia
Jackson a native of Caner High School. Elementary School; Miss P. Islands are himself op. He vu arrested OB I
the '
Sarasota, BOW at the Valley Coach Graves said that, ta the Long and Robert Flower of They say by a.solidly colored a federal variant which charges Ford Grant TQjUL "I
Forge Military Academy near put, many fine Negro athletes Richard L. Brown; Mrs D.L. administration gowned and the standards him wiUhmlawful flight to avoid S1,000,000
Philadelphia, may be the first could not get Into the school Wilson of S.P. UYiIICStoD;Mr,. of llv art"blgbHonored prosecution for murder. Three .. .
t choke. Jackson attended the because of their scholasticism. Verle Saaders aDd Audrey lag D Charges have been The National Uiban League and effective of these 1s V"* 'Through Its at.'putky the 1

.Sansota High School before However the ass mentioned Miller of Mary McLeod Bethune placed against him. Prosser hu received a grant of one National Urban League. League is now seeking to apply
moving to Valley Forge last here are said to be strong potentially School told the yolks he "wanted to million fifty thousand dollars "!I.. and priorities have. Ua'Cru'.PJl1I and es- ',
year Bis coach Lieutenant in the realm of class Mrs. M. Richardson and Mrs UU the truth from the Ford Foundation to shifted since t the Ford Found to the heart of f:s.
Colonel Kenneth Davis, highly room escellence. .B. 'Thompson of R.V. Daniels; Another Black Muslim James escalate the t League's drive to lion nude Us first grant I15r aad ve.
recommends aim u "the hard- Two Negro athlatea,trackman, Mrs Barbara Walker and Mra. IX, really James Dickens, hubees develop economic political sod general support to the Lea ejMb tlltl1c .. ''
set, most almtle: runner revs. are living at the' Florida Martha Williams of Rufus E. named among the perpetrators social program among the twu years ago Since thee we etcher Foundation and otters ta' ,
ever had here." University dormitory. The Payne Elementary School;Mrs .of the crimes. Nets black muses ta the nation' have supported a variety of giving it a start. .
Jacksoa Is a s1s-toc rwo-and University of: Miami had the Bernice! Huggtns Mrs.V. Floyd alto under a warrant charging ghettos. arpals dons la the fields of The ,Ford grant will be used !
eoe-ba1t. ZIO-poond halfback1Hj : first Negro varsity player lathe and Mrs. R. Klr&aud of Cuter him with three slayings The gnat, which hu bees tn civil rights and equal oppar' to'financespecial projects Is j
.wceived feeMaxwell Award. state Ray Bellamy of G. Woodsoo School Reverend The Black Nationalist, George the negotiation stage for several tunltUt. about 23 .cities,' g
u the mistrusting huge schoolpyyet Palmetto, winner u a starting Carter; Mrs.,L Wilson Mrs. 19X, was apprehended Booths wuan&oauredby WUltpey f
la greater Pb11&4eJphia? flanker. Florida State signed a William sad M. Cannon Friday 'alght at his home at M. Young, Jr. League Receives Award r
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recently. He scored lit points' Ernest Cook Daytona Beach, of Long Bruc.lJeetarJkb0Q4Mr. JS7J Blind Street aid is executive director, at the orpaluUOD" -
oa'U touchdowns! and ala two- to a scholar ship last December *. G.T. Bannister of SA. charged with three slayings attributed 'Twelfth Annual
conversion Jackson Cook vu later released at his Mrs. G. Oliver and Mr.
_Beat runs. Hull n to "Carbine Killers". Equal Opportunity Day dinner at
} udrr."enp4 ova request. Tampa steppedover of Forest Park Elementary .
..aso gained 1,017 yards Parker When, Prosser caUedconeera- the New York Hilton HoteL
better tau seven the color line this season aad Mr. Fenderson ing his oafeisloa officers, The civil right leader hailed
yards a carry. sod signed two Negro football of Grand Park Elementary ready converged on his home the Ford gift u "major eon-
Jackson hu been watched by players. Florida AIM signed ScbooL.Tb. He came out, with his hands
Motion to cteppedupcampalp
':, recruiters. He Is said to be Bufus Brown, its first whiteplayer general public II Invited in J toe air. He hu been the of mobilising our the 5 5I

interested matriculating g at last year toatteudChrysler KENNY MAACELOUS object of a nationwide searchslsce''jhe people of the ghetto to set I
the Florida< school. He vu part 5i
crimes were
Kenny Marcekms accepted a and realistic goals tospeak
'.h .of tilt a reading clinic. at the school Aid SCLC isle commemorative plaque b oor- committed. His unlawful 4i- tangible for themselves sad to i

,'' summerAccording lag the Mission Rebels la Action psrture'ruultd when be left constructively represent themselves
to Florida's Head Inc. of Su Francisco u Jacksonville and traveled south la else ,
AU Effort ; a way no one.
Coach Graves three tour Kiwis IB Iii ,
Bay or one of the nine finalists In the State Road AU, according to can"
Negroes vlll be offered taw Bryant Volunteer Sergeants EX Deyo and J.L. He "The &D4.-
said
Awards great
ATLANTA Chrysler Corporation in a precedentbreakingmove :
'scholarships, with Jackson,"aanrtstandlng ,
Saber. He wu stopped near St.
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competition" outstanding of the dweller
young man", u the hu announced that It will pour more than a million dollars err cry ghetto
into Negro banks la three major Americas cities. u a matter volunteer service la 1967 The Augustine Saturday and ticketed ,today U for a piece of the :;
of aidi&c chettos. award vu made at the Shore- by a Florida High Patrol trooper, action, for a voice la decision
\, AMA Oriws Dr, Ralph Abernathy, dynamic tax payments. ham Hotel, Washington, D.C. for driving without a'IIe.DIe..1 that affect his life lid the lives
At that time 'be vuaot involved -
on December before audience hi children ,
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u 'of *
Cttlsen Si.
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One bank will be the
M ,O Distill Wfoa' leader SCLC la,joiDe4lw1d1db the Trust Bank of Atlanta. Another of more thu JM educators hi' the:search. for the killers." tenting for the Ford Foua-

unusual Chrysler aaaouacemeat.making He will be the Bank of Finance u government official and 'Young Rosier t\ rears of djbon MlUbeUSvlridotf. Vkeifesideftt Pr. Walter Cooper (center), ,sa Eastaua' ,Kodak reeesr.q.
Miami: CSpecaU I )) TLeAmeikaa Los business leaders The Kti age, returned to Jacksonville for National Affairs, associate. la the PMotheory Research Lab. hu received the-
termed AngelesBy ,- "
Medial 4noc agreeaeat, tarysier will Mary *oser, and via hisbrotheifrRooteveli. Jefferson. College Dr' Cooper wu houoied fur his wont with
-trng.daM here Tuesdayvtaa : Dunmure group, which reflects the city's fSo great and diverse.are
Albert J. Negro, deposit $100
lathe
oqBoathly a'Maria" la Rochester.. N.I: and the hew YorkSure
tt outlawed dlssrimlaatlonla ethnic mixture. Twelve hundred needs la the national struggle (the sdl-poeerty program ,
former editor 11'011I'Detroit, Atlanta bask sod la the other oa the fey to Vietnam. He they. Advisory Committee uf the U.s. Civil Right Commission
membership oa the basis urban affair JobIIIat been found for tiltH,000000000ra' to provide equal opportunity for
now Chrysler' two This will table these decided lo son ender,- With are Keonetb M ,Mason, also a WJ alumnus.
Dr. Cooper
of rte This is expected to increase More this Ito boys the nation' racial minorities
said the firm wWus basks
membership la toe ak specialist to auk* *>ort-lerm have bus seat back to school Thea the dastardly acts oa the that a spectrum nf efforts andorganisation and be sales manager in the New York City area tor KwUk' .s ,
for It* ck1IoI1tI1Dto1CeP'o- mortgage 7" to black, part the three "car IAe Hoi.m: Picture and Education and ( ) Huyd C, '
Markets
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Negro and Aj -
Boat white orgsaisatioa by -. owned bank funds which tt i* business tnUrim la the gheti dropout encouraged to. re- Bud share the .
physicians. required. to set ulde for federal !-. J"'F v' outs there coNfMUED ON PACT; 11 task. One ..of.the.mod skilled ,TSOu.4 president of,the rolkg'j' j"tt


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'. nITNiY.II. YOUNG JR.
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about bow PreaIdeDt.
There has been considerable speculation
elect Nixon plans to tackle the problems of poverty sad urbansectoT

decay when lIe takes cities In laD1lU1- '
Most observers seem to hint be "AU" put speeW ee1D buI
NEGRO PRE MCERISl\TIONAL. Pa: CII he private That means fewer federal programs;
more Involvement with tax breaks fOIl eompaate.
that parScpute la training the unemployed or rebulldlag slums

It would be courting disaster
.. .' to assume that federal Programs -
ERIC 0. SIMPSIN..MANAfilNfiIN. EIITII' ,i' that have done so much'
to take millions of people off :
HIM M001EN.SIICOLA110N WANDER DODrEDEi4LF1N4 II the poverty rolls la the put
CHRYSi.ERn few years can be ended and the .
Job turned over to privateenterprise. t]
2323 MONCOIEI.INiI, As New York's
Republican Senator Charles E.,
1AII1Nr' MIKSI Coodell said the other days -
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"I think we will dalude ourselves and delude the people if w*
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think that any kind of private-enterprise programs will be,a
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a f J But that doesn't mean private Industry cant play a larger
32211 jt S1A77dHV role U has to If the current crisis Is to be solved. The federal
government cant abdicate Its responsibility to devise massive

MIAMI, IFHCE 5111 ,_ 1.'. .1th ME. suv ea -,. ,1 V $ programs to end poverty puurciPWaa the cities, but tt cant
succeed without the active of the basinet* eomlRs -
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first responsibility ls to provide Jobs remove.
;.t. Its' kng-standing racial. barriers.. While crude bigotry, Is leash
evidence today than ever before hiring practices art stilldiscriminatory
QM Yet t1z.oo-)*1f,yw.. tf 00 Mailed T-> VonAarrtort dot to tests sod hiring standards that discriminate

la The United Sftt 'sSut :1... 4 against the victims of miseducatloo to ghetto schools/
> tpfiOG PavaM-, la5 Advance Many corporations have abandoned unrealistic testing prod users
Send Check Or Money'Order To: FLORIDA STAIU-P.O.BOZ5M .:! :; t srauR Nr and Urine standards. They've also participated la training
JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA ra ti programs and ghetto recruitment, white promoting Negroes
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already on their staffs.
: An example of what has beet done Is the success of Henry
DOLLARS
I AND SENSEI Ford's national' Alliance of Businessmen, a group composed of
some of the top business leaders the country. They have. Just
announced that 12.000 firms .hare. hired 80,030 long-time
unemployed workers and given them ..-th.4b training many
,
THE COLLEGE SflMKT SPEAKS .1----------1 through federal assistance programs
But business can't be content Just to provide Jobs. It's got to
| .BYMkGROngESCmiE&TlONAL I YOUR WEEKLY become Involved la getting Important social trglslstka through
L --I the Congress to,.David Rockefeller recently urged that buslntstmen -

Bigotry U wifely deplored by the pOd and the anti-pious. But ... .. .,-" lobby for such legislation U horning, education, and-
passing Judgment on U Is not enough"need to understand what I 'I' .mpJCJ11DOIIIt. ,
moUvaies: us to condemn any grws% bether tt be the police Butwessmta have great Influence In our country. They art
force or the Knts'aa peasuts. I .' I community faders and when they speak, legislators listen.
Bigotry stema. not sa much from evilinladedaest, u from HOROSCOPE GUIDE Washington swarms with lobbyists wlieneverthereUabUl before
Insecurity and fear, We criticise4. la ohers! wuat we mean- : Congress that affects business Interests It.. time that such
echo isl7 know II wrong with ourselves.We f. / lobbying pretstres bmgbt to btar on the subject that concerns
also toad to attack people for representing values which I the very survival of American Industry- be rehabilitation of
we.dart not profess ourselves Thus,*,.we find that the most .' By PAID The ASTROLOGER : the cities. :
censorious personalities are attracted to the very literature Rockefeller proposed setting up a Business Commtttet for
seek to suppress. As one wag put. tt. "A puritan 1s a mu ww I .. '; Social Progress that would MmobUlse the optalou and resources'
noes' what be wants/' r'iBigotry -. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS' of the business commuilty behind workable approaches to the
caa also be turned inward. A parson who Is unsure li liI urban problems and then persuade the new Administration and
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of htmtelf take things that mast be done,H
may Us uY-lahing: out on Us OWl people by hlsprop nl
becoming a traitor and smearing group. FOR T recognises that private enterprise cant do the
.A petty example of this it found to the casual.. of the Urn. whole Job alone and that federal action U MeUIIZ1.ldoe'
.D1 tr" smut some Black Ptopbla referring to $3I 1*& know how accurate speculations about President-elect Kteof
It II 1 ItIatJbe ,. "'" fJ.'iIfcr dre, U.. I..B.J.SI! Il !9VE-TJt _plans are, Jest_ the, business community ought to take kfr.
really Indicates eudtrnu d t.But this teams tobe only.% 0IaI:1 C V.EL. ,. f 1....MiocketflWr'l. 'vU4t to heart and:.call for loeeaUvet to help
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tsatloa sjf the taMtlhaMomt,people lieu i&a Ss.M RrT.. .. ...M04"" 'f.Y ii1VI0WlrGII0fI0I1 Wallets to ttorf to the way ore..uacr foe lae umnployed**
ccyessors* thea somr. : 16tlIrI1101 ..and for massive federal action to tad poverty tad t.bn1WbD. "
lnoer ty on tLnattprobtttoaat4e.ef,4itanidusaog p ... .. ...-. .. --.. -- 4vlngclties -
those Black leadirs who make U their boataess to Had \
tvtrythlag they CIA wrong with Negroes aad to rereal tt to the
.)d4. ARIES UIIA SCORPIO CAPRICORN

One of CheN leaders, a tor BerMvapejwtsdltor, to known. IIIN MAICI IIIN SEPT.
IIIN In24t' AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE
for bis economy caaserratlem. Be apparently has nothing IIIN IEC.22K ,
better to *> than to tell whites everything derogatory be knows 21st mil uti 23rl ICT. 24(1( NIY. 22ndDon't lure
about Metro history. black leaders tad cMl rights straten. DOG, feel lUfhted. Just because JAN lltl Community school control, which baa been a tantalising:
la west to pleas: for more Aft o.Amerkublatots instruction, your mate or others close Follow good ual lea. Not overdo. While you take You have the means thless In New York since early la SepttlDber.1OUIMtI like a good Idea
be Is the first to everybody who really bon how pride In the superior quality for the dual educational systems below the MuOA- 1aoD line.
malataia that Black Africa has ao history to to TIM seem to be getting more you are tied don by" duty or
to the finances and to and the amount of wort
speak of tad manage you can Although most states boast of baring Integrated the
that modern Africa Is u barbaric u some attention at the present time other fN'pn' v which cannot systems,
Europeans cay U Is- ind tan .. should not be taken u a per. make a dollar go a long way turn out, U must also be kept be ewaded, there ls a fine way great majority of Negro' school children still attend schools of
The uU-hathg Negro-Uko ?..lf-hsleis among all otter snail slight It Just happens, la necessarily II a banker Many la mind that endurance has Uslimitations. to discourage uawtated standards very much inferior to those attended by white caildraa.I .
LJbrans
groups-delights la outdoing Us toemlesj hatred of Us group. life that we each have a turn may have spouses who Hake certain that attention Bis simply topack up recall the period before April 1954, when the U J. SupremeCourt's .
the qualities mentioned Is not
Three different klads o: bigotry! have beet possess energy being expended sad like the Arab who siamtatus edict ordered full school desegregation at
gtvea-fet they to shine end one to remain on go simply
ud Instead of taxing exception too rapidly and that Uo
are all IsierrtleaJeduthelrpathology.tor the same artercarrtot the aide lines. Be especially occn>* folds Us teat aad silently steals deliberate II M4. Wow,alter more than 14 years,over 80 per cent.
of self-doubt sad laiectrity waists ttwnatt. ciee-mieded. The tact that they should thank their stars aDd al hasards of any description away. Someone may eves tract of Hegro' children still attend schools Infer lor to local aad national
The nan, for example, woo ondemas what he secretly.... srebelegrebsttedor'orer you* benefit from the privilege. Intact have been guarded against u you right to your ore doorstep ifindiMi- and Kegro leaders, who motivated (he decision still
Is liable also to wash his troop's dirty taderwear Is public. looked then will not pr..atth the advke many of you much as anyone can foresee. for one JI 'POM or another sons boast about the quality of all-N.po schools. ,
He tlu Is likely to hate other troupe, ascrlblac the very faults extremely One develop can obtain la most other matters .Any surprise the Scorpios are.cooking of which 1s likely to meet with II> Is a disheartening fact, and certainty aa accepted national
to them that be recognises 1 be of equal ) their .com.panions tragedy' that aU-Htre schools (or prednmlaaatly Negro' schools)
anronsrlously la himself and In meats lhalsrekr.shadow.dtor and value and tamely' are lobe your approval.You seem to be In
tt should be bound colas
Us ova are still tar below the national standard .
croup. the future. You may then for substantial tcCIIIGIaiobtIaetua rating. Only one Negro
A white! associate notes this phenomenon, which demxstrates arrange to make a voyage for and frequently solicited sal and certainly tar beyond along with whatever university (supervised and controlled by Negroes) hast credible
the taterrelatedaess of the different. forma blgotryt That the btstaess, pleasure or educational 37069184.8S4IEI. what anyone could expect else 1s being heaped In your rating a American Association of U terWlesudColl.gee-
very Black co-workers most Etna to, catting themselves purposes. This could. t.ao.n.1C.U.'l't1SUITTUIIS lap, such as success, acclaimor Howard felverstty, The others are tp-from-stovery tastUatloM .
"AlrCV' carry the most hatred to their hearts for members subsequently lead to the big IEI whatever else the unexpected that rank lime above the nation's best high schools.
of other rellflotu sad racial troops, -.' romance and marriage under has coos with. Segregation per .., defactosegregatioaor segregation choice
But tt Isn't really hatred m f'_Msoclate says lei .:taI1J unusual but auspicious circumstances. JIIY22i4 6 .10 ..u n. II. UJ Is the same all over the esttoi-end the Negro 1s Mill the gnat
U". The very qualtUes la some. $oo- *troes that these Be careful about trying All. lltl The only areas la the felted. Sates where Negroes' art getting
co-workers flad S3 loathsome art really those of which they to speed things up too quickly. IIIN NIV.23r. ,: an American standardised tdtcatios art those that have less
are secretly enamored, accordlnf to the associate. 6.60.96.15.67.265iA Don't forget. Many of us have than two per cent Negro' population.
The tame toes lot 4hose people-Mack sad white- who make friends and relatives tu-of: IEC. 21st .' AHAIIISIIIN The problem 1s this:
a aewreUtlan oat of butting policemen. mad callinc them"pits'. places whose only Joys are to Work it out. If you are doing On school ,admislstratloBS there is a very minute percentage
This obsesshe preoccopation with policemen's reported mis* be remembered during this and what friends backers and JAN.2lti of Negro representation, and most of these are go-along Uncle
deeds really bespeaks a cravlat for the authority, orderliaess. t IIIS other festive seasons tt can cherished ones are expecting HI. Toms. It the parent-teachers associations were adequately
and power which a policeman tepruente.'/ be a terrific letdown to feel of you U no doubt 1s keeping -: 11th integrated the people of the Uackcommunlty had a say aboutwar
At the same time, the name-cilltng ttuxmt to a projection of HIM APIIl2ltk forgotten, u those who have you u busy as a .... But Doa, Ustea. People, school operations, maybe the currlculs the facilities,the teacher
one's own self-loathlnc for befog dUortuiied mdlsatollaed.. been one time or anotherfully possessing the mental along they are related to you or aoL I fl'tilfVt'Vfs would be brought up to pup Maybe. and ladispuUbly .
and power...... *4.\ MAY 2HiYou're realise. U there are greeting What does this all add up to? That bigotry Is raxe sick than practically in. U you cards or presents to be malted being stimulated by powerful unwanted advice or suggestions) tolerate Interior! teaching ill nth curikula.
erll, nvce" '"eK-4autve. that_unseemly, Besides! .reattloc to are out to get a Job from the be sure to get them la the post planetary aspects It should be could .become somewhat Tae thousands of graduates of Negro colleges and universities
bltotry bit eoadeaulnt tt; we should trod out what. aadwlylnt smallest .to,tile top oae,> (fs office soon, seeing that this Is more of a Joy than a chore. A a problem. Being tactful and today are wasting their flaw and money getting a second ebsseducattanhutaferbtlaatlttlamwWaecadchssInstruclots.
Jealousies, hatred Insecurities tt conceals. practically yours when you meet, 'none too nary. Things that hope fulfilled or a friend added friendly by nature.you do not .
r Thee we need to remrly the situation by building op our own the required qualifications.The are done from the heart are to aa already large list, maybe necessarily... to attend them and there are not exceptions. Anybody who bold a degree! from
aff-uf.em Tbe mere nlghly we think or oaielns. the mart only drawback would be the Immediately recognised as such the result of some extra* anymore than you would wish a predominantly Negro Ugh' school, college or university taut
freedom we will have to summa that oar Belthbors.. also might Inner feu that you could fan through some unseen form of ordinary encounter or develop to follow their lads Talk ore a second rate tduatioa and cut adequately nuke the grade
have some rood qua ttu. short This would be too bad, telepathy, and they may earn mend the situation with your mate for you seem to hare. everything you greater affection and IID. .> ./1'c0.55.17.19.101:; other loved aadeome up wtthaa techniques. .-
going for you both on land and dying mWtadt.I Idea,that should enable you The Negro college graduate Is about; equal. -u 1)-4o the white
A Wenlii Te '"Tit'lkfc White to the skies. To many Taureans M Si 19 tJ .. Jll to cepe with this situation vita ,high school graduate. The Negro teacher! wIN finished! only n
making a success means acquiring CANCER the least d.l.me1lltJ.1Ud Negro' moot Is by tar and ability to i&siruct
The greatest linger coofronUnt the world today 1s the' a fortune as well. exciting: events ma/ be taking That 1s only the waft loath here that. Is the way
VllfitIIIN.AIK. IIIN IB* place changing your out look and U Is. -
threat of conflict between tht poor and mostly colored peoples 190-9911. 48235.Emm basic
stalest the white, rick ,cmmnU", says lading philosophies mtism' ,
economist MerDrucker. :] \ 2H' IllY 22i. lag-nip plans. '

TechnolofT has created a &lId' Income and opportunity, 23ri SEPT. 22i. I Make several tries. So many 5.50 ..Ii I' 42-432. THIS WIT IN NEGRO HISTORY
a PP which is primarily racial,.,he states. All the wealthy (people call U quits because they .. ,. !
nations of the world.-with the v exception of the ftpanete Ill, MAT Some Inherit. In cases where [tall to succeed at the first try. Dec S', 1948; The u.., Silas A. Peeler farmer. "v
precklnt.
are white, and; the poor MtloBi-iirliytlnf pert of title circumstances fit in, the possibility They should analyse the reason. Bennett College aad Methodist minister .
died.
America-art colored. a,'M. 21st JIME 2ltft \ t of some Vlrgoans falling why Instead rand renew the 'PISCES'HftUEI. ,
la u article la the December .use* Harper's I"'p'-" takes delicacy. Uany for heir to money or property Is .attempt over and over again Dee. 4, 1IJJ. First convention of the National Aatl SIavrry
"A Waning to the Rich WhU especially emphasised this t until they have overcome the .
.orki"-Mr. Dncker urges love but not on the rebound. Society held in Philadelphia. ,
a reappraisal of the VS. views on ecoaomk development. There Is a chance of finding month sod early 1969. But dont passible causes of the original Uti MAt .2lti
both here sad abroad. mutual happiness la the first count your chickens before they misses. Every thing may appear Dee. 5. 19SS: The first out pat
The American race problem Is Per_' Ia most potentially instance l but almost .never In are hatchet Allow for the to be,.against you but this Is Insist, persist. There may be the Montgomery (Ala) boycott maatIDe movement, of! which was'
held. ,
was ... _
tsplosive situation of any throat-boot the world be believes.! the second. Consult not only 's 1ms of others or for tax far from being the case as the some hurdles to surmount, but u .
"lithe united States the wurWa W'",, 'V.1IJt< your mind, but the heart before collectors to cut deeply .or' jrslsteut, ones are bound,tofind this gives *you. aU' the morereason Dee. 6. 1849: John at, Laagstoa. acting Howard
advanced and manacerlally most acced country cannot;: you arrive at a decision of this the costs of getting things out. And U there Is wed to press advantages University Washington. D.C.from presides
bring about 'economic and social'devekfcaefit of a sa.tdbi sort Yan old friend 1s la settled to run Into rather Ugh for it, a little mice money anda Shire arduoMly. Co where. tt Is from Oberliii College Obits 1173-75. v was' graduated f*
1 minority la Us midst, then U wfflbe taken u proved by whiteaad distress, you may be able to. figures tt also would be wiser lot more push should get you Meeuar;do-.hat 1s called 1:
1 colored alike, that there Is an brtdgeable race conflict."By otter advice and contorting in such Instances, to bold onto over the top with colors flying for, but'do. sot .for a minute Dee. I. 1161: 'Hthrn1' Labor Coaveett In crises
the name token, however,.'our ability la this country to words but-l the else. WhetherU a gainful occupation and to1D&1nta1a 'and all objectives gained. Be eo..adjrttl'I' Color atluoal hsbor Uabn.Dec. Washington
resolved the problem,' states Ur. Procter r Is a talent or a heart filled absolute! secrecy: about vary oT being takes let alone step. The chances of attaining .
The UJ. has Ibis tar failed to boft domestic welfare programs with.affection U Is,likely to your successes; or expectations. persuading yourself. Into believing one of your most Important I. 1M': IIIdd1t (LeldbtUr) ldetter k
and the development plans for backward couotiies by eocotratlnf sweep everything before U. 8-70-88-S-S3-441. that the results obtained. goals are too good to be allowed. atrllpd guar died. ; khg of thel- >) ;
were not worth the effort .to go by default/ .
a uU-pe etuUleg dependence he says; ur+

fUM has been: demonstrated' la. 'this".-country, 1. for sample. ,. by -40-55.lS.tt.05S, 3.10.17.16.66.670.. 1-60- ,15-C-WJ Dec,..8,. 1958: Col. Paul E. IfegUre.: president of HaitL toe"
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and of the late Mr. W.C. Caanoa, became tilt brio of Mr w\\ 1
Arthur Tyrone Jones MB of Mr. and Mri. Roosmlt Jones,
Sr., oo November M at the Church of Cod In Christ, Mth and
Moocrief. la a twlUjht ceremony, with Elder W.F., Faust
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On ,November ,21 at S pm Miss Sharon Patricia Cannon, ,
daughter of Mrs En Mat Cannon and a!th. late W.C. Cannon,. .
wu rotted la holy wedlock to Mr. Arthur 1rOlllloOIl, ton
of Mr. and Mtt. Roosevelt C. Jones, Sr.. JacksonTlllt. .
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The tht'ceremony Church of vat Cod performedat la Christ. carnation.Her corsaft Toe vu room's dxbl: mother vhitt Members of the Enjene J. Butler high School DCT Club beam treasurer; Rosa Lewis, president; Gladys Strickland, reporter} ', 't t+ '' Gher $eatrsm'a7Crown' ?
Moocrlaf Road via with pride as they await pests at their Faculty Coffee, held oa wyrniaDlsnMeredith Perry, secretary Tim Manning Sun.
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wore a beautiful canary yellow tile ere o!Thanksgiving la tilt Cooperative Education SuiteThecosmupoUtaa business manger, Veronica Bronncr, chaplain; Bobble.Johnson; f
Eldtr W.F Faust, officlatlnc. tvo-plect suit with matching Anna E. Brown assistant Gloria Jones Janice Hall
breakfast Is u annual aOalr that boosts the moral secretary; ; ;
The bride's con vu heavy accessories, with adatbiestile
of teachers u they play dual roles of teacher and supervisor Ransom Martin; Cynthia Manns; Barber Williams; Mrs. L.G.
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vhitt satin lone carnation' corsap.Tht of Thanksgiving basket preparation. DCTera shown here art Gulnyard, DCT coordinator; tad Jack .Johnson, The club>> U
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tapered sleeves. The reception vas held at tile
the pm and also tbt sleevesvtrt spacious Mt. Ararat parsonatt.MM especially pnud.o the basket they have prepared toe a deserving comprised. members of tilt Diversified Cooperative Tralnlne
lined with vUU seed.. Helena. Tbt newlyweds family In the community They art, from kit, Gloria Brown, class ,, ssr.M.NG..rIM.lwl
pHrts. Her bouquet was a will reside JacksooTllle. ?
purple-throated orchid on a i .
white satin prayer book .
Strrlnt u maid of honor vu
tilt bride's meet, Miss Camilla!
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length con of blot satta.Brldtsmalds .
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Connie Christie, Dalt tamper
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Uons. Servtoc u best man to
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BoosevtU Janet Jr. ?
Utters were Loa Seymour, CLOCKS 1 K ,
Ernest Hontlrr.,Rwiolph Jorce.e. .SGOIICES ratan t e" L 1N* 5e
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cher. Full CAerrcta Mt ,,. p '.,. -t .i I t tIf1CliOa
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tired la a beautiful dock rote N I as "
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Of American legion 4.SPEEO ,AUTOMATIC PHONOa $OWl1I oVI tow ralCi tdpOrt.bI..fp(. ,1iW1t/CHIft. ir, To.eDrop4o ,
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Veterans of World War L, vUlhotd Eiiritkiif Jruritrrl, rrIlllpdih ; l !: ,
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coaamaoder; W.Anderson,Sr., ,....t'.t\or\ "g, : ', :.. ':;
Tictcommaader; Arthur Ellis, ..., ,." to......roO... ,
Junior Tic commander, BeaJamla .c;..... !"
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F. Bart, adjutaat, ArthurRoblasoa
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I ChurchI0f i : God In Christ Elevates Bishop J.D. Patterson To Presidency I IIIH"J




GJEO Nines: Alton Yates. Elevated Bishop A.I. McEweR


t Atlantic Beach, Acclaimed Bishop Emeritus

DirectorAlton I
Acting Deputy
Florida MEMPR5, Term. Bishop J.O. Patterson, of Memphis was
elected presiding bishop of the Church of God ffl Christ, Inc.,
W. Yates was recently: namei Acting Deputy Director Atlantic Beach and the Mt. at the lilt Annual Holy Convocation: which convened recently
of Greater Jacksonville EcbnomK'Opportunity, Inc The an* P1aph A.M.E, Church recently la Memnhls. ,
Dounceraent was made Jointly b1' Ronald Allen of Savannah, welcomed Rev R. J. Arnold The elevation of Bishop ; FJ>. ; New
newly-named Executive DlrectoJ of the agent Acting Director and his family all returning Patterson to the top Church York, and Bishop J.D8 nd,
Mrs. Martha McKay and Dr.JW; :,!."Schell, president of the from the annual conference, post, along with the election of Georgia.
Board of Directors. Services will be U usual Sunday rot II' Bishops to the General Several committees were in*
Yates a Jacksonrllle rest '. Mrs'Martha McKay's praise school begins at 10 a.nv : Board, highlighted the con strmnental helping to guide
dent, was employed and trained |or,.Yates was high. "Mr.Yates with Superintendent .. Ar vocation; held at Mason Temple, the election procedure. The
by VS. Research and Development 'performance with this agency Howell pre.ld1nr'lb.. morning the national headquarters. Rules Committee which established
Corporation Management ;has been remarkable. His per. service begins at 11 a-m. The Bishop Patterson, S6, a native outlines governing
Consultants presently direct :ceptlveness Judgement dedl pastor will give the sermon Miss is a son-in-law conduct la the Geaeral
of Dora
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Ing the agency. ,cation, and capacity for work Choirs No I, I, and the Youth of the late Bishop Charles B. Assembly and during the
Allen, who wUl assume his t are superior.I consider myself Choir will service with Deacon !Mlson founder and senior election, was chaired by Elder
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I duties later this month, ,Mr.Allen, and the agency and Mrs Rollls Branson, pt bishop of the Church of God, Chandler Owens,of New Jersey.
recommended the appointmentIn fortunate to have Mr Yates' amid and director A member ofof Other Important committees
a letter to i Dr Schell. lie .,Lserrlces." At I p.m.Re ,Willams,choir la Christ, Inc. were headed by Bishops F.C.
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stated that he was very much .Yates, who won ll&Uona1and and congregation of Bethlehem the church Patterson has served years, Green, William Bunion and S.
Impressed with the calibre and international prominence U the Baptist Jacksonville, will worship 9.V INjt1 Bishop Executive Board MM C. Coles
; the ,
", capacity of Yates during his "C.I., who risked death more The holy communion will c.t Bo of
stay Jacksonville.. than 65 times for sttesce"durJng be administered In both serv U77\\ .. rd COCK of Bishops manager House MI. Zion A.M.E.
the Publishing
This is Jc."ClulllleetIDt Is Tuesday & N.7t
a promotion for Yates the ,early days of.America / General of
and u Secretary
who was appointed to head the L' Space program has night at 6 p.m/Choir No l -.0 the church. Hosts FirstQuarterly
Personnel Office early In held positions with the United will hold Its business meeting. .' ( A.B. McEwen also of
Bishop ,
October The new director States Government In the .:: ) 1 Meet
deputy postal St. Paul Usher :> -- ..., Memphis, who has served the
will serve in aa acting ,division, MAS Jacksonville and .i0r..1 .
eZ church faithfully la many capacities
The
capacity until Alias assumes ,the Aero-Space Research and y first quarterly conferencefor
his full-time duties oo December Development Command' in New Board Will Meet Bishop J.O. Patterson, Mempblaa., was elevated to presidency of the huge Church: of God te was acclaimed Bishop' the new conference year of
IS.tDr. 'Mexico Be holds the Air Force Usher Board No 2 of St. Christ, ins, at the list annual holy convocation la Memphis. Twelve other bishops were Emeritus by the General As* the will be held at Mt Zion
Schell stated that the selection Commendation Medal and citation Paul" A.M.E. Church will meet elected to theGeneral Board. sembly A.M.E. Church, ton East
of Yates as Deputy I ,for work la the early Sunday, December 6, at the Thlrty-foir candidates, Beaver, oa Tuesday evening,
representing a cras-section
December 10 at 7
Director was "good for the snan-la-pace training tests church at 4 p m. Business of p m.
of states were nominated for
continuing development of carried on la New Mexlcoduring Importance will be transacted. Recruiter Rev Charles Toston, pastor
Religion And Race positions on the General Board.
Is asking all boards and clubs
GJEO Into a vital community the years from 1X6 to 1959. M.C. Chambers Is president l
action The elected were: to have their written and financial ..
pro-ram. Rev. A.C. Chandler Is pastor. Bishop Patterson, Bishops J. reports ready.

'fJia '( f ORANGE m NEEDED .. Bailey, DetroU.S; .M.Crouch, Rev T. E. Sbebee. presiding
AUX AUCKLAND N.2. (MPJ) Auxiliary. Bishop Harold Los Angeles. ; Wyoming Wells, elder will be la charge.
woQLwoIIYI4'SDOWNTOWN Perry 8VD, New Orleans the only Black Catholic-bishop la North Carolina; L.H. Ford Services Sunday begin with the
the U.8 made known his views oa the struggle against racism Chicago:; O.M. Kelly, Hew York Church school at ':30 with the
during a stopover in Mew Zealand, recently He said "We have C.E. Beaaett. Indiana; JJU tuperlaleodeBt, Raymond Wade,
ONLY-300 HOGAN ST.PLUSriPeTs made all the gains we can from liberal approach. The methods Blake, San Diego; J.W. White, la charge. The moralng war
: wed la the future must be radical" Louisiana D.L. Williams, Vir ship begins si 11 a JB


SIMULTANEOUS MEETS Miry Holmes Seminary ChosenFor
? WASHINGTON QUO The recenttyforned Black Lay
a Caucus, made op of laymen la the Washington archdiocese: met
recently at the same time the fall session of the National Preshyterim Church Plan
Conference of Catholic Bishops was held at Washington Hilton
HoteL The black priests and laymen, who founded the caucus, HEW YORK' The first stage of a 10-year development plan
h held their meetings la Si Paul and Augustine Church. aimed at making Mary Holmes College "the most exciting educational
institution la Mississippi" has beet approved by the
BARA1 AWARD United Presbyterian Board of national Missions.

for W.LllEnIL.1lMPI Human Rights, announced)-The NorlhAm.rkuBaha'It Office Initial stage of the plan la. and two more dormitories for
recently that Us INS i. ulsC.
PJaS.T L. WILSOX,KB. Gregory Award for service to humanity will be give* to the eludes a $,N1W0 construct women, three dormitories for
Xerox Corporalioa and Clark IA. EicheDwrger loa project J ; Initiation of a men, a health center library,
r4i Ernest L. Wilson Sr.,former Commission to study the Organisation of Peace. The chairman heard cooperative work-study a student center, and a science
I Jacksoavllle public school established this year by the OJ. National Baha lAssemUy program suck as those classroom building to be ready
FpN teacher has Just hoes appoint* la honor of a black American who served oa the first UJ. Ma pioneered at AntlochClaclnnatl for occupancy: bynext September.
ed Industrial Maaagemeat final Baha '1 administrative body Is to be gives to Xerox" sad WUbertorce University; aBighlyinaovaUve .
i' "d.ri to .,ed, aisw.t1, areAmr W Recruiter for Westinghouse for Us sponsorship o! the video ;Of Black America" aeries..Second curriculum The college, owaetf and
\ Lt4rtlng Corporalioa. His Job and expanded community II.tellliaa .operated by the church mission
will tit that ,of recruiting top Baptist Nukes throughout. the board, came,Into national pro.misanci *
1 mtugersdnt'tod he WW have CalendarEvents state. : ', ,'about?'two"years ago

headquarters la Chicago.: Hewill Plans District Day Construction ell new campus.oa u the agency through which
cover flints, Indiana., a site near the present' the Office of Economic Opportunity
Ohio Kentucky and Wisconsin. facilities of the college, will .Invested several million
It Before entering the school,.. OB December S be financed through grants and dollars la the Child Develop
wttaa'served as field executive District Day will be observed loans obtained by the college meat Group of Mississippi" aHead
-- for the Boy Scouts of Amer- Sunday, December: I, at Second from private and federal Start program.
ka la FtasaeoU and la Moot Baptist Church 954 Kings Road. Phyllis Whealley government sources U will The tl-mUlioo OEO grant
bowery Ala. He will completea The regular business meetings The Phyllis Whealley ChapterNo. include faculty housing, three changed this small but solid
course la Industrial Relations of the groups will be held la U of DES will meet Thurs dormitories for women, a school, and mad*. the Board of
at the University of Chicago various homes beginning at day December 12,at IIS WedJelddrsoa gymnasium, and utilities, to be National Missions the prime
la MarchCard O. Street. The meeting sorted la the Immediate future; mover. of social change In
.p.AeUYWt.'orthtdawUlbectD win be the last of the year Mississippi! >>I,** Mary Holmes

Lr---r with the Sunday echo 1 at I:30lev Officers will be elected. Sadie presided Donovan S. SmutherfM
J.C Sara will review the Butts, reporter. Pearl Hudson, College Park ( the mission board members -
.. 01 Thanks lead Conse.-railoa: rites for Worthy Matron. la recommeadlag the
the deacons deaconesses ash development plaa
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ti The faraJlv of will japourwishes "ers and for the choirs will be America LtgloaJax FloridaThe Describing the development
to take this opportv. held at 10.45: a.a The morning Post 17 of the America plan lid Ita rttioaale, Dr.
t; h ," 1 aid to thank all ethic rhoda worship! begins at U a.m Dr Igloo will meet Friday at first Baptist Church of Smucker said:
The classic cuddly.. and ours win did so much stems will deliver the message. I p .. at the Post Home ISO College Park will have regular "Mary Holmes was bon add
|jljor&, to comfort and assist as during The Baptist Training Union Kings Road. Dues will, be paid service. Sunday school opens the historic Piesbyterlaa
oar recent ord i&L We art will be held all:4: and the evening at the office of the adjutant. at JO "' .. with the superinten* priority-.both in the Ualted
TEDOT BEARS : particularly grateful to the ., worship at 7 p.m, 525 West Beaver Street,as well dent, James McCutchea, la States and oversea-educa
aurses and staff mrmlwrs of Weekly activities will Include U at the house of the service charge The starting worship lion. This priority grew torn
St. Lake's hospital, Fr. a "Briefing Coarse Study officer, 1414 Brady. The con begins at 11.30 with devotions the earliest days of literacy
Loved by dhildrM, t McDevitt. Fr Shashy, Fr Monday eight atT;30.The Pray. under will be available after led by aa appoint**.Communion training for Bible reading to
r AosUi. Cooper and Fr. Kelley er of Faith Hour will be Tuts I .... dally WWard Morris, will be administered at 12 p.... toIta,'. responsibility for
many )'tara. Updated ra and all the other priests and day at 7 pas The Sunday School commander ffrleldly by the pastor, Rev S. D Davis education to fill the gaps in
II mod colors of hot pink or III minister wio S9 kindly ode 'edprayers. officers and Teachers' Council B.TU begins at 1)0 11..... individual, freedom and social
blue 23* panda or hooey :God bless all of you.. will be Friday Bight at 7 p m. Temple the algid service at 7.30. Oa Justice.**
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bear plastic eves.1 --- Wednesday sight No 1 Choir MAt this critical ratted
will rehearse at 'XX, The pas American history* he added
"- Chick Plans tor is asking all members to "the rural black student needs
be present Bet F. I). Davis to find the fulledpoteotW of
> Is plato Mrs. JII11a M.Haynes which he is capable. M that he
'J ; t7F Pfogrw For PastorThe is reporter finally can take his rightful
4'4'E' place la the power structure
Frleaffly Temple Chord economic life and the social
of God m Christ,tin West 44th, Kiiisluel Ga.A community of this uJI_"
,I will haunt its pastor with aa
I Appreciation S.AdqD.cember
a, at 4 p." Bishop Dixon and special uvlval wUl be held
i congregatioa: of Lake City,FBU, at the Church of Christ la Unity Elder White Will
wig Elder Zelesy and the CODp"e.ptIoa December I through December
of Mandarin and other 14,r'In Kingsiaad Ga, be* Honor Evangelist
churches and pastors will beprueoL ginning at I p m. each night.
Elder %ties, will be Rv B.L Lembert of Brunswick
4 srsaw4a MUO rfumorc4u ev SMOW tie speaker,, will be la charge. Elder R.I. lanberl
Maddox is pastor

011 wrAt--.' Elder W.White,pastor of Unity
of Faith Spiritual Churth. 3116
WHEN YOU
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lest crisis our nation has gospel piomoter. a programof
faced, the'racial ever tor. .When Tour Doctor >>rec1at1o
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Do you want whit Singers, Elder G. Hughes of
to hear
ordinary other orders.' Vldalia, Ga will speak.
citizens
ask people>John Ie Use (Only The Beat C. E, BLA'JKProprietor
Lindsay what and Stokely Carmichael and' ;Quality Drugs: Re,. A. WarrenReappoinfed
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cooparaska with the through 24th.
assorted bright coloe. I'l I" tmeh- pig( bear or cat. National Council of Churches in: ;t fin IIIIS 1111' 3u.ufff Rev< Warrea was also assigned
National!
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Office for RadlMad 1'aItri&"IIa Greater Mt Sinai A WE
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St. Ann's House Feast Mrs. O.B. Collins Supervises

CHURCH NEWSGREATER

: Activities Of Distric Women

SWEETHELD BAPTIST Bishop G.N. Collins, presiding prelate ot the Eleventh Episcopal
' is held Bible x I It District of the African Method Episcopal Church, embracing
On Tuesday at :30 p m prayer meeting study
Florida and the Bahamas held the session at NewBethel
begins at' p.m. with Rev, Barnes, pastor, In charge. Sundayi ninety-third
AME Church, Jacksonville, Fla. Rev.Elijah Jones,pastor ,
School begins at 9:30 a.m. Rev McKinnoo is superintendent and
will be assisted by teachers The mo-nlng worship begins at and Rev A.R. Richardson presiding elder. :
11 a m the evening worship at 5:30: p.m. Both major sermons J The conference began with a R.H. Bethel and Ward Chapel, 4
will be delivered by the pastor The D.B. Barnes Choir and t wfpt welcome program, with social, Edward Waters College Rev.
Junior Choir, along with the D.B.Barnes Usher Board and Junior i business and religions leaders R.V. Webster. >
t Usher Board will serve throughout the day. Willie L. Young Is appearing. On Wednesday the West Jacksonville District, ;
. the musician All member are urged to pay monies to their conference officially opened at Rev AJt. Richardson, presiding ,
y leaders or presidents. Christmas practice will be Monday atI 4t .1 a.m. Oa Thursday evening, elder; St. Paul, Rev. A. :
4 p.m. Mrs Neva Anderson, Mrs Mary Lee Brooks and Miss at ':30 p.m. the Night la White,' C. Chandler; St, Stephen, Rev. i
t Sarah Newark will be in charge. led on by Mrs O.B. Collins, J.S. Johnson, New Bethel, Rev. 1
% supervisor of the Women's Elijah Jones, New St. James, .1
HOt EY cau; Missionary Society of the Rev.'A.D.Harris;Allen Chapel, :
I. Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m with Mrs Births Griffen and District was held. :11
teachers in charge. The lesson will be re"ewedbf the pastor dr p k li.y Mrs. A.B. Sbehee, Conference
his appointee. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the t ftl i w Branch President and officers 1 j
pastor In charge.Baptlsm will be administered. Stewardssses and members from throughout
will be In uniform. The evening service begins at 6:30 pm. the conference were In attend
Rt/..D.A. UcEhln Is pastor.Mrs.Eva Mae Gilbert secretary. *nce. f
Visitors were In the Cs riRISMOr ,
EMANUEL BAPTIST conference from over the con :
On Tuesday the teachers meet Prayer meeting Is also held at nection, namely Bishops F.D. t
the usual boar with the pastor and officers In charge. On Wed l te Jordan, bead of the Urban I
nesday Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m. Noonday prayer Ministry, a New Ecumenical
* meeting Is held Thursday. The monthly conference w'Jl also be office created the last sessionof
1( held. On Saturday the male chorus win rehearse at 730. On the General Conference, In
G N COlUNS
a Sunday, Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m with Mrs MamieI ,Philadelphia; C.A. GIbbs, presiding
Fields and Deaeoa George Smith In charge. The lesson will bee prelate of the. UCla Rev W. Spells: Allen Chapel,
reviewed by an ip)OlntM. Consecration takes place at 10:SO Episcopal District, embracing Starke, Rev. LA. Samneoa;
tt.Tfae morning worship begins at 11 arm with the deacons: Tennessee and Kentucky; Dr. Bethel, Callahan Rev WJ
. In charge. The hand of fellowship will be given to all newt F.C. Cummlnfs,; secretary of Young, Macedonia, Fernandlna,
members In the morning worship. Holy Commuiioo service Church Extension; Dr. J.M.Graadberryaecretarycf. Rev. W.R. Killings; Mt Zion,
* begins at Z:30 pja with Rev S.L. Badger pastor, deliveringthe Lawtey, Rev S.J. McKnight;
message Choirs No;,1 and No t and Usher Boards No 1 Pensions; Dr I.L. Greene, Campbell Chapel,Baldwin,Rev.
S. and No t will serve Mrs Marian Carter and C.B Fisber will secretary of Education; Dr. H. J.A. ClUlard. Gibbs Chapel,
be la charge of aisle. D. Gregg historiographer: ,. Rev William Merritt; Henry
i .-* -y. ";. .. -.:...-- Sam Davis Birmingham, Ala., Gordon Chapel, Rev. Solomon
w **maxmirv w > .
4CO'JOSSIANS
\ BAPTIST St. Ann's Prayer, House, Inc., give the annual Thanksgivingfeast Standing, from left, are: Rev. Coney, Bishop Wilson, Cheryl and Dr. J. Hall of ValdostaGa. Vaterford" Louis Memorial,
.' ,Sunday School begins at 130 a.m. with the superintendent: and last week Shows In the picture are many members with Phyall, Charleyne Bloodworth, Alberta White, Susie Manna, The appolatatats were nags o ..4.1t.t James,
* teachers la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super their leader, Rev. M._ Coney Children are seated la front of Bishop G. Edwards, Elijah Buckman, Bishop W. Libby Leonard as follows: 'Park to be supplied;
Intcodent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m The evening the table. Seated from left, are: Supreme Elder Newberry, Bloodworth, Charles Bloodworth and Earl Sykes. The church Northeast Jacksonville BetheL Rev Marcus King; Mt.
worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev RJ.Crawford, pastor, will deliver Bishop A.W. Feacher, Bishop J. Bloodworth, Missionary Lebby, Is.located at IOU Wasting Avenue PboUby A.P. Crawford, District, Re'.T.LShebeepre Zion, Milliard. Prince Chapel
(. both sernvns, Choir No-1, Cbolr No. S and Usher Board No. 1 Supreme Mother Bailey, Mother Love and Mrs Viola Hayes. siding elder; Mt. Olive, Rev. Rev. E.L. Green; Asbury, Rev.
will serve throughout the day.At 3 p.m ,the church and the pastor -- --- YB. Bruce; Mt. Zion, Rev 8J. McKalght; Burst Chapel,
will fellowship with Royal Tabernacle Choir No. 1 will hold Itsr.h.arsal St. Thomas Baptist PEDR Corp. Will Use $29,000For Ephesian Baptist C.E. Toston; St Pain St. Rev J&.IIHa,...
Tuesday at p m. Prayer service will begin at ':30 Augustine, R e t. Thomas B. South Jacksonville District,'
p.m The church Is located at 1154 West 31st Street. Ends Hosts Union Die: Mt. Zion,tastingsRev. Rev W.F. Foster, presiding
Church Gala
Developing Negroes Leaders C.E. i.nthu; Fountain Chapel, elder; Grant Memorial, Rev.
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTST. Rev. F.W. Jones; New Bethel, A.J. Reddick; BetheL Palatka-
Sunday School: begins at US a.m. with Superintendent Mrs. Annual ObservanceSt. LOS ANGELES The PEDR the S"trallt"t. of lay priesthood Of Young PeopleThe Oraood Beach, Rev. Morels Rev. FJt Satekell; Payne
L. Smith In charge. The miming devotions will be held at 11:30: Corporation oIlAc'.woo4Call-' "ChBieh doctrine holds Brown St. Luke, St. Augustine, .Chapel, Rev. R.A. King; Mt
a.a with Deacon Winston Ware and Deacon Taylor Houston la Thomas Baptist Church fornia, a small corporation all that Negroes can bold tull membership Young People's Union will Rev. Z.E. Fekltr; Mt Zion, Mortal Rev JW. Jones;
charge Rev. H. Robinson will preach. District No. 1 will meet celebrated the fifty-third analversary of whose officers are Mora.AS, lad sense la some ca* meet Sunday December I, at South Jacksonville, Rev. C.C. Midway, Rev. BJ. Franklin;;
v at the chnrc at 4 pa Deacon Joseph McPherson III.a4tr. of Its founding and the will began an eiecullve training pacifies," said Dr. Lloyd "but 3 p.m. at the Epheslaa Bap Banneraaa; Waymaa Chapel, New Hope, Rev. Z.L. Tyrut;
; Prayer meeting Is Tuesday Bight at 7 p m. 26th year of service of the pis- program la September for about they cannot be ordained to the list Church, Third and Stafford Rev G.W. Smith; Hurst Chapel, Ualot Community. Rev N.
tor, Rev WC, .Neil,with a week ZS leaders, Negroes la the priesthood Streets Ret W. Bell pastoc: St. Augustine, Rev. A.U Eau; McCray; Mt. Zion, Green Cove
t MT. SALEM BAPTST of serrkeswhlcleodedooMn* and Is aided la Us ef The mistress o? cerenvales Alka Chapel Bayard Rev. Springs, Rev. E.L. O'Neal;St.
Sunday: School begins at ,:!') a. with Dea.'"n Jau.k (,r....., day alght December Z, with aa forts by a grant -of $%1,000. St. Luke Baptist for the occasion will be Mrs. Curtis Perils; Mt. PI.e I b, Matthew, Hit E. Mobtey; St
h. superintendent, la charge. The lesson topic: will be reviewed by elaborate banquet This is an effort to Improve Church Unit Dorothy Cherry Miss Deborah Federal Point, Rev. Marcus Andrews, Rev. Charles Robinson
... the pasto*, The morning devotions will begin at II a.m with The anniversary. .... was. .a, sue.. race. ..relations and may represent Ana and Delphlne Cherry will Burke; Mt. Mortal. Sunbeam ; St. James. Eastslde, Rev.
. o.cou.Normu Troy1 sad Ocle Witoertta cturge'Clolr No'' > "tnt. M a glum effort on the part Sponsors 'Xmas Tea be bosteuea,The name of their Rev. O.W.SlmpeOD;Mt.Mortal,. J.W, Wilkins; Robert Mt. Pta*
and Utshir,Board Ho "l>r& 4 Usher Board No 1 will serve.''Thej A tout{ of tt.nej wLuiscd.tfSmfrwu4jjMar.h5b.rJi. U J A \Morftc.church to reat:1aiMlrt : .. MR. Bunnell, Rev. Ernest Brouneri gah. Rev. R.J. Araold, Ithttflf
'd'O j: .paStor:Rev'' Rogers, will bring both messages.uTne >ftpportwiti! the NegrcT .tld tr oud jfo: '191Ti4'Ut Itatvtd.CrelPthstmdd. Mre. Latf. Bell td Payne Chapel/El si'Palatka '' > Jlt,. R. Wallace; St.
home MtuIcawUlheveW monthymeettgat/. The evening will,be u .atoal.Sunday school In race relation* Baptist Church Is sponsoring more are pianists for the group. Rev, WJUams, New PaiL Mayport, Rev. EC.
devotions begin at 6 PA with Deacons Green and Cornelius begins at 9:30.'Tbe mjrcUig! 'Dt Wat Lloyd, presldeut and:. t pre-Chrlstmas tea $u'dry Mrs Ines Butts l, Dr *ldMtt Bethel., Spring Glen,. Rev B.'. 'Peterson; Mt Zion, Mandarin,
h Carom: la charge. On Monday night Choir No 3 will rehearse worship begins at 11 a.m. The a former faculty member atWCstat.d December 15, at 4 p 1Do, al There are twelve groups cI Bell; Gregg Temple, Rev. T. Rev. Rufus Shanks; Mt Zion,
S'Payer ru ting will be Tuesday night. Choir No 1 will rehearse evening worship begins at7p m. recently that half ot the church. Franklin and Oak young singers In this union.! Richardson Jr. St. Mary Fruit Cove, fi... Calvla a&c-
Thursday night. Mrs C. Sampsoa Is reporter. The church Is Nine persons were idled to the the men la the church have been ley Street Couacllmaa Earl Muter Church McClala re* Armstrong, Rev. A. Jackson; Farland; and Mt. Olive, East
., loaUd. at Ull West Z2nd Street. church roster for baptism. ordained to serve la one of Johnsoa wUl be the speaker porter Church cI the Master Rev, Palatka, Rev. Joseph Saaches.In .
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FOR SURPRISE: GUESTS Christmas dinner Serve aa old-tuhloned eotmtry dinner of tr.
crispy chicken and cornbread dreaalnc four frmllj'g favorite M

One of the thing ,that I is the H......... *...1I1e!)! h vegetable and salad, followed by apple pie or chocolate cite
nt "'lIn" about the holiday tea.MA 1 t!pt kited ear To bow which deaserUhe family: likes best.,
I h the fact that friends and rela- 1 .-... ......,. l.fd. '.....-.4 But fius over the family In- cubes dissolved to t-l/t cups
tuck/lire very likely to Slop by *cW II.,., .r wlwl. .. dogs, stead of the dinner by cookli water Instead of chicken broth.
with hardly any notice I.f vp the chicken the modemvay
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butter until
moment jou're sitting and Cream the butter and brown cop vegetables
Bake Seamed Itix
Coating tender tat not brown. Add t
rat hint television with the family..nd' tugar
the next )ou may be hosting Add the eggs,one at a time,beating for Chicken-Mild Country cops chicken broth and season*
a niece or nephew in from college! after each" addition Flavor. This coating mix fop; bring; to a boll. Add rice
Despite the fact that you weren't Add vanilla" and mix well contains its own shortening so and simmer S m1D1I"...

expecting company. )ou certainly Add the !flour all at once, blend chicken piece bUt to golden Stir diced tout, cornbread,
want to have something special and until sticky dough it formed. goodness In the oven, without and parsley Into rice mixture. ... .
delicious to serve them. Here is a Add dates and mix until welt spatters of crease or the Spoon Into M/l quart baking -
recipe for D;lie Tea Cake that I h dispersed throughout the mixture.. constant watching and turning dish. Beat 1/Scupchickenbroth Outside Jack Frog patntsbts country tide blaring colon with
simple to male and scrumptious to that frying a chicken Involves. his magic brush. meads We're adjusting to autumn's busy pacebacktoHKhool -
This may be done with a mix* with 1/4 cup butter until batter
.eat It was created b the Home schedule* laid the resumption of club meeting
> The Is a rich,battery
masler.l ISpread U melted. Drlssle cm stuffing
Fconomm Department of the' dressing and other social act tUn.
HorJo Product the mixture evenly in a crumbled com mixture. Bake stitflnt and When you' want to serve something especially warming and
dates Company Bordo'tImported 10' a U- cookie Met with tides. ,. bread, packaged enriched pre chicken at 400 degrees tor 40 welcome' make ,Snappy Sausage Pinwheels Savory pork tau-
are a wry important Preheat oven to "0'. ,4 : cooked rice, and toast cubes. to BO minutes or ontil stuffing cage I* rolled up In tender subtly flavored corn meal biscuit
ingredient in this delicious pastry BaLe :20-25( minutes until lilhtly'"to" (i. If your family likes dressingand and dough. The rolls can be refrigerated several hour Then you.
ThJ,Seems both fitting and proper. '1 Is lightly browned on top the unhurried hostess slice and bake the pinwheels at party
vide it I Is a holiday treat and ned and firm. )' .. ( who doesn't) a good trick chicken is tender. Serve with time Serve warm or cooled with chilled,apple cider and a
sine Bordo't fine dates are Im- Coot and sprinkle with powdered D''- .... '.. \.. ls to trees any leftover hot spiced crab apples If desired. tarnish of sugar.frosted crapes.RNArTT .
ported from the land of the Bible! sugar i "': .. ,\.".\\" breads, such U biscuit or cornbread Makes 4 servings of chicken 4tUSAGK PINWHEEIA
To maLe Rate Tea Cake you Cut into bars approximately 32.: ..: '\ A .... In plastic t.p.11aat with 6 cups stuffing. I'
w ill need: Fair warning once the gang : .rq.l .. \ way, you'll always have in* Mote Moisten any leftover Make 4-J4 down. pIMeIllI
t.p It...... gets a lasle of your Dale Tea Cake \ \l! ,..-.," .:.i .t... .: \ gradients on hand for qulckfr stuffing: with additional chicken ft. perk rifted MBwr all meat y leanpoon salt. J
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Cop ftmlf .pck4 tawti hy.r )ou can expect plenty of unexpected preparing a dressing. yf nf ahortenlng
Christmas attention dinner. broth and reheat In otto.
> This give special to your holiday Born /
holiday visitors'
roes Serve crispy chicken, haled la the ores aloof with buttery, Cornbread Dressing General Foods Products used. *4 rap enriched cent meals "P sink
Ripe Olives In Hot Sandwich rich eonbread dressing. Seasoned coating mix, with Us owns I/I cop chopped onion I tablespoon baking. powder 1 egg ).lk
bullt-la aVjrtentng, is used to coat pieces of chicken so that 1/2 cup toed :elery Sweeter Diet? Pan-fry pork sausage hut untO It lose the pink color; drain.
Uteri bake to golden goodness without constant watching or 1/4 cop butter Sift together flour corn meal baking powder and salt Into
2 cops chicken broth Try HIMany bowL art In shortening onto mixture resemble comma crumb
spattering pease. 1 teaspoon salt Combine milk and erg yt>U Add to dry ingredients stirring
2/4 teaspoonpovttryseasnliv a dleler Mill think lightly until mixture U Just dampened
Quick Holiday Cookies that a weight-control diet Turn out on lightly rtoured board or canvas Knead gentlya
Dash of pepper few time DlY1de'doul1l In half. Roll each half to form a 14 x10Inch
ChrUtma wouldn't be Christmas without cooVtetl. H your 1-1/1 cups packaged enriched meanano" ftugar-no.dcKmrlno rectangle Using half Of the pork sausage for each rectangle
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achedule'a hectic, let Swan Down Cake Mite speed the holiday -0. nays
pre-cooked rice pat out to cover pantry pressing lightly Into douch. Beginning
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1 cup diced toasted bread To control with long aide roll up aa for jelly roIL Wrap In aluminum '
weight you'vegot
alp to Santa a younger helper*, too. ; ,
tan" and refrigerate at least 1 hour
2 cmn'Jed cornbread to awl dawn-n.f out.lr .
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Inch alice Place untreated sheet Bake
LtBe-Glafer Relied Cookie Cut Into H on cooky
cream with lunch? CM
1 I' lemon flake 2 finely' chopped 2 tablespoons chopped parsley In prermted hot oven em'f.t 11 to U minute.
perkace ( ) tablespoons
sa.P a.ac.... ,. 01. 1/2 chkken broth do. Layer cake with dinner?
The cake mil cryrtallited linger cup Permitted.' But, warns thinapvclatlxl.
young crowd CM treks this
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pop It Into the oven and let their guests fern loaf thenuelve ahead of PIMM time. 1. nip butter,softened 2 egg* 1/4 cup butter.Or I the *rioun' dldrr Gold Sets A Holiday Hostess Tray
of handy California rip olive. grated American cheese andmvonnie Empty half of rake mil into mixing bowl. Add remaining; Inc use 2 chicken bouillon Shuck follow two talon, :
make a tangy nut Uk spread for the French bread. ,gredirnt: Mend writ Add reel of mil gradually blending I. Essential food mull Setting a spectacular leakia<4 tray for the buoy hnmemaker
.. Slice the loaf without cutune. through the bottom crud and thoroughly. Chill until firm enough to handle if nrcMry. Roll BAKED APPLES ARE be eaten every day. That is a wonderful way of showing the family'* appreciation during
apreed alas alternately wnn the rip olire mixture and spas dough U Inch thick.: Cut with Unry cookie fuller. Place on meant prattle food, fait the holkday*. Such a tray would he an Meal wrprii for the
of torn. Heat and serve U one*. ungi..*.ra baking ........ Decorate as dnirvd Bake at 37ft' for WINTRY TREAT carbohydrate, ailMcral' and nmtesa.to-he on the day of her Ihiggetit
9 to 10 minute Make about A dozen rookie. vttnelee. ert". It would give her plea<4ng net U main ..........nt.
Hire OU\E BtTTET JUNDWIdl ., tattmcotck Dale.Nat Ban Baird .wit'" frs" era tykr. 1.111\ 2. Never go over tour a chance to Meal a few quietmoment rfiohwaiiherpranf. and guaranteed
1 ep cam** pluetf CaltfemU I teat rrrnrk bread. 1 package (IS oc) buttenrotch U rasp milk ppaduna"In",,',ft1C"nlnlt."he" dally' calorie quoit."Rat huntle and* before buotle.the begin pre-party*. The I for two full yean again
ripe allies IW1ftM4 better cake aSli i I egg thee hlI t caps crated AmrrttM eb ese rrrpaivd MwtardI I cup chopped dale, \4Cupbutler.melled warmth", ...1thc'\ rmitr thing counsels" l thin don took the glamour nf even with everyday us..
I 4 chopped nut. and cooled' lor.1f thero'n enough vitrtpty their Gold l! The gleaming tableware bestrikingly
cup Community
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Cut ripe olim In email piece and combine with dand 4 patio ul.lIl\' I.th.ILtoct' atpsk auto lol all this In this ground nvnk v4vet. Two
the key creating tantalisingtray
cviToT rake mix with dale and Plate rest '
Mia nuts.
rntyoruMbw. Out breed Into finch alioH leaving bottom of loaf 1.4 ( It tixiH-s In u' trim the fliirddPrudmtt nutrlroM you n.. til cake mil in butts Add milk, and butter: Mend at
intact butter one lade of each and mustard the sugar egg ( health die, were awn into a allpraver,
on cut on jimiMny., imixirtmnd Golden flatware, curb as this
spread low speed sad to moh"",, Beat I minute *t medium irrd' of
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raps Riling between cut* Spread. miirr or igorouly with a until crramv.. Stir In she dale <. "pest I *M* nt A'lK k KI'patted new elaborately ornate pattern fog
top of loaf tightly with butter. Place on baking eheet. Bake to spoon meal helps you l lave the railed "Golden ArtUtry" give wadded any Gnldm uph Ast..r's rap e
nut mixture. Spread In a Inch and JK id I d.itc SU t and urntmw
pan.
moderate cvea el50 decree P.' II to 99 minute, until thoroughly 'u.o"ctw..t': tilde NaUnficd. Then yea magic to any anting. U hailed U the slipcover at the
toted. Sm at Ors e. breeiune; actions apart. Slakes I aerrlng Bake at about 3M 90 about_Met M minute_. still warm.Maket firm .,,pink' |n fart taw h eipdr. m. 5,1 l telsls.p.m. "",d..imIf.td., ....1. A WAIl,...... of auger with pierced handle, U with mm green leaw are
d.,,<,, Cur "he.lt. detts, meaaursa only' M calories even more enriched In Ihk pre* lucked Into the Itipe at tarn
linivvnMit Mid stem I00l.l.,rle df%..< clout metal. Ibis breaklattepenecular comer of the tray
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dally q ol*- complete eervtoe is waiting under a party prop for
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niiMun UYS MOIE T 4 Ivtkmtt dish Add' watts Inth they k..v. twltw MM many Bat re.. bui ;*SarnUh.five. tribute lo 1"h..t...*., She
Flavurh.rbm.Try flUbwJMW MpU, lor eayha bring Joy U the entire family
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r. Oreaaa wa and dust with
'-ICoI Ya/r O th.OO Mss
e Boor aa aluminum bundt eaU a PORK & BEANS.
PY/csae f.dYd.1g Ge 7/$1.
t pan(10 cup Ws.Sift together .. .. ..
Dour,baking soda 1 eup sager
! : and tnaoa. la large bowl lot Ni. 2C.VAN CAMS
t leeuie enlist act at low speed
blend bade with flour mi*. n-o"COOOOIUI4CCO .._.-.w."' PORK & BEANS. 5/l.
"ture Add lemon juice and vanJUaT < c .. .. .
,''I, add act yolka; beat watt.TA SNACKS.N 3119 P.RESEDVIS.3G
,aholbw.jute"tend |bet .
t .Cf'wbltaa end aattruaui > n.i.:AUO tt MCG$,\ ) iVf tf t. f 1" N! :
r frothy. Combine remaining 1 < < "FORfDHOOK LIMAS 4/$1.
1 cup, augar and cream ot tartar. POPPERS. 3/89 PiCKLES. 39 .
0, Add to Kg whites, about two .... ..... .... .
b tablespoons at a time beating IOf YANCMSBEANEE
wall alter each addition. Beat
1 M'UDUlIOft peaks form Fold actwhites BASTOR WEENEES..5I.SHORTENING
ew Into batter. Turn Into .
pan. Cut through the battertewal
t thaw with a knife.Baa ice f VAN CAMS
*la M r.oIS,1 bow

:; I IIII'te' lemons KIDNEY BEANS. .. .. /$1.

NO SoS f .urxftriMMi wwotfGREEN :
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I 's t&, bin moM Their culy nclcomt bnihiMM with, of Indiuonal and holiday warmth. Chna.guests com 3 CAN LB. 49 SPINACHS .. .. ... .. .. :6. $ .

-, mat grwntry Festive decoratloMK
'couUnl N user to malt>> -ends
, the variations art virtually tndlcu.
Shop for bask u>rofoam ihapnat gM
limit I Shortening of Your Oaks: with IS 00 or More
.. your hobby or craft khop." RuifVpyramid _
rSochost tc Cigarette*
or pednuls all kad
u ihcmKlvrt to lemon and limtirujtc SNOWDRIFT
Iv Cull'"1 at 'inaay of thaw .
?* pretty plastic squats lemons med
hints at you can the ours that S td ow
J. coitus RetLcmon and Resume
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tEa and artificial txu"greens o
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a
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lIi i .of miniature, nilkia1.pine mistletoe cones. and some ri VAN CAM/SELF No.SOS cw STCXUr AGCUT S 2 D" $1f'

t,'I o.*,of Twist the ReaUmons the. wire around and Resumes the' necks .. .... 2/89 Asparagus3$1.'I. \I: .
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'i leaving enough to anchor the fruited f' JOJ JTOrllV OJOMf/X Giont Size; WHITE BLUE or COLD WATER i I with$ or More P
when luck! them ur"nQ5eExcludlngCIQOrettes
securely you into J

14 'empty the styrofoam spaces with base.greenery Fill,in adding' the Limas... ... 4/l. leets.... .. 8/SI.

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Drink: :
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lopping container can be transformed ... ... ...

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11' can turn your whole arrangement : EXTRA : EXTRA :a' .. ..I .
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coven cap Charming
II miniature scene made from tiny "

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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU DEC ewmN.
;, .o..tl TOIL' ,.c.py.I.HT-I...
lave out.This would be unfair
I; USDA CHOlCt, W-0 BRAND COIN MO PEEPSwift's at weD a* impolite. Your Enf-

fish like a teacher fruit basket probably or large would box
Round Steak. 98'USDA of cookies, flower.a silk scarf
la. 'a pencil holder or blotter,or a
HAMSi book. Let the claM artist design
a large card and have
everyone
CHOKE W D HAND COIN MO Klf
sign it-maybe with a favorite
Canned quote from poems or novels you
Sirloin Steak. I09Delmonicos studied ta the first semester.Q. .

L.. .My blues prow*"*Is the l
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book oa ,sktttrts-I reea
USDA CMDKE sub DRANO COIN FED PEEP a lot aerf aver knew fats books
wend lit M ...What CM I

LB. $ T *oT

4 299 L.. A. You can be a "duct-free
CAN / book worm!"You cant prevent
dust from settling on books,but
USOACKXf$ WD PIAND COIN EED Pf EP tj ;.AIYf you can get k oft fast Maybey'ou'rs

around.hot Naturally gashing dotting the takes dust

Rib Roast 98 twice as long, and has to be
L.
done more frequently. Kleco
: Up disposable dusters will pick
op the dirt the first time around
and that should be k for a week.
7%Ik, WfjatANOAlt. MTtTWOtGROUND The dusters will work great M
your dresser and other furniture .
CHUCK $1.99 too. Happy housekeeping!
USDA CHOICE .
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Q.My elbows romjk aae!
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wDIIANOltAN M. IN )|h sw |l J t PU*<)X>*-feai wrt Sib t Cenao* BEEF RIBS STRIPS cry Bal I want toss I*leek
or wtfl for Ito arearr hoUday .
par.0M
GROUND BEEF..5 Ki. $1.99 coariaf ... Wkafl a goodttrfck
WHOLE' cur TO WHOLE ACED ..tot fW. sort tad
... way...
USDACW'ClwbPeANDC' ""I PEDWMIFItsrrv, BEEF RIBS SPtCl A IONS Boneless N.Y. STRIPRIBROAST ?
CUT INTO INTO A. Elbows take a lot of
ROUND STEAK '$ I 19 RIB STEAK N. Y. STRI STEAK or punishment so they Mod extra
LI. ROASTS attention to look their beet.
STEAKS STRIP
or DELMONICO N. Y. Scrub them every day with a
UDACNQPwOPYMDtOINPEt $OMlKt T naa or hand brush. Wipe off
'::: ,i-I EXTR A LIL IS TO AY0 ll the facial dead tissue.seta with a Kleenex
Apply favorite
SWISS STEAK II. $ 1 .09 ash GeN STAMPS your
$179 hand or face cream.Leave
the excess oa for a mloute dMa
LI. .. ..._
USDA CKXt WO.IANO COIN MO :rwv.MNIM. wipe k off with another tissue
.:.. Your elbows will be back to
CHUCK STEAK La. 69 :=- E ::- sonnet .la BO time.

: Q. Oar Eacfiih teacher Isres
.. Dad we af went .. get
USDA CwOiCF W O AND t'Ot'FD IA( .
her a Cfcrmtatee ........ I* Mwtetn
to glue her a aII1lf we
PORTERHOUSE L.. $ l.29 deal give ... to at* ether
1 WU..NI'( 1r' ,Pvd NAND YE4f .. ,; stackers

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USDA CHOICE WDeANDCOINPED1DNEnlIt your teachers and here was
STEW..3 .IS 99 BEEF STEW. 89
one you disliked and wanted to
RUMP ROAST $1.19 Q.This samumer I heecht and!
L. riocs for tots of .atsm, he
toy Ware stales ea ey dgra
IrtBA CHOKE W D MAMO COIN MO t ONfH?|TOP I lout want to acre*Ito whole
arm*, tot f. pom pretty
ROUND ROAST. Llo $1.19 THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK ORUDA Urea of stiaUatj mj haaas for
loft aa BOW envy time I doalwee
SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR *so wear s rite Lay Idea
CXKf WO MAMO rots MO SONClf IO"OM
A. Ring oa your fingers are
r la!And Bad polish tea do evea
ROUND .ROAST..L.I.I snore good here than oa your
? 'Ice Cream r. fingernail Colorless polish.
USDA CMOiCf WO HAND COIN.. + 4 kseps the inside of the ring
from staining and is totally Invisible .
CHUCK ROAST..L..59 once oa. Whea applying
the polish, hold the ring with a
Klfrntit facial! tissue then let
... k dry oa the tissue. You wont
s. $ get polish oa the rat of the
.. ring your hands or all over
..;;- ..,. -: 2 HALF 1 your bedroom. Try k and
I< Ibis add to your ring collection
< GALS. without worrying! -

tit (fns-rH Mklllr of Yer..
U. S. No. 1 REGULAR s Der beehfd IU ,.,u;..
whit eHer ...... PI

r.as grew,sN If If aH--.JH 1 red saw .fen./
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POT A TOES. FROZEN FOOD ...,. Ki.k.dytf.bCK
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LB. .....h..P 4I1AIJA Mil M A *14 AIT hAlll IM(1.. '| A" a

10 1 BAG 49 ; BUCKEYE I PEAS .2/$I. Ask Look any girl what At the blf-

goat problooiifkor life i.,
J.fc r JWIAIIA I .YA 4 *ll J1 k9tIYPtMr 4 r. y N and the anew., .0.', bo
boys. It won't be clothe,
MIX VEGETABLES 2/l. either or But very
i likely It will beer akin)
/M IdM iMA During the teen year,pat
tloulaxly, acne la the ual-
IANVUIDENANIAM PA '1A serial bane of any glrl'a

C0rn..10 "A 69* Grapefruit i 5 .s. 59* [ MEAT DINNERS . .39tf life laves temporary, and permanent while It U'a aoaaoUato aoara.usually. 11certainly *

always leads tobarraaamoat
wrusE Pas; LAMA MIA11 .. and Uara...,

A les..5 69* Avocados.. ... 4/l. MEAT PIES. . 5l.3l.: breakout date.Baalcally especially. Jut If before- thero'a the big a

there are two

Pole" Beans 2 49 11..3 .: 33 CREAM PiES. .. .. : One hide approaches la the coaBoiio..that bleaiehea.to the problem.The la,

As'el//M.MIAU AI M other la medical...tight theaoourgo _
I-N.. 1WWMM/lA IYI'II' PrrM.W (1 at the aouroo.,

Oranges.... 5 49 Apples... ...2 .: 39 PUMPKIN. PIES .. 3/SI.' cloarinR One gap approach involvoa pada like that modlcatod cloaoathla looODona

...................................................... ....... .._.................................................................. acna,pimples which help nmov..x dry up.
: EXTRA ;t EXTRA.EXTRA.:- : EXTRA : .EXTRA 1.E.XTA;, : 0... oils always proaeat

: I I OI. .GREEN_STANDS :' I I de_GREEN STAMPS : I ,de_CaEEN. .STAMPS. : I IM .GREEN_ .STAAADS : I 1M GREEN. .STAMPS. : I I 4'M GalEN STAMPS. ;: and with aid acne.!..Inhibit.UaC.' bacteria They're
s ::::.':_"'::::u : runnier':Irra : A01 fur WH : /Lr"IIr.:::r : /T nnw Ir.r :! --7.7'----. : :' convenient la the hurry-up

: W StcolLettCI.... :,, JW Sliced locos. :LI: _Ilock._Pepper. : W DisiafecPoM._ :I4 Cleancr : .W.. GraYad l Nl' I Ii :' loon modem world gal, bocauao doN i.all wash the.
':-'.' coos .a. sow Ira ar ,t ac -- wr. : ................. e : Pone,..."..c. and her lac., then rub
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Florida A&M Retirees


Gambling Edges Out, Tight Tussle Over Princess J Margaret':- Greets The Supremos THEATRE WING'ByEARLCALLOWAY j 'Chose Name For I


Southern In Big SWAC Battle t 1 New Orgaization
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The National Ensemble of Mall TALLAHASSEE Fla The
BATOX ROUGE La (faPI) -Granting College cam out (Independent Mall In West retiree of Florida A&M

of the big Southwestern Athletic Conference football battle with Africa)has arrived in the 11D1te4' University named their organltatloa .
Southern University by a,two-point margin recently with the States to make Its first nationwide the Florida AM
Jaguar passing up an opportunity to send the game Into a tie by r tour of the Northern Hemi University Retirees Association .

attempting a placement conversion' Instead. of going for two In sphere. 'The group, like its FAMITRA for abort,
the fourth quarter. : j fellow West African Les BalletsAfrlcalnfrom an organisational
With 8.30 left In the game, a 15-11 nainune lead. : the Independent during here
Simon Profit boiled Crambllng scored 14 points In meeting recently.
Soutber(1 I r *Guinea, beaded of St.
N Republic o AJ. Polk Petersburg
:in with a one-yard touchdown each the third and fourth periods
by President Sekou TOII..ucomposed was elected' chairman of the
to make the score M-M with while the Jaguars tacked in '
: of lancers,acrobats, Other officers elected
Crambllng enjoying the edge. eight' "poInts In the third and $ .group.
singers and musicians.: were JJtE. Lee, Jr vice
The stage was,perfectly set backed It up with nine In the
11 Members of more than a down chairman; Mrs E Seabrcoks,
fourth
for a two-point try but the .
'b tribes that form the maw segmm Mrs. F.L. BrUt
secretary; ,
e'choice to kick was the surprise The T1tr.mOYed fotoashareof 1 .
or Mall's populethoSoghais -
assistant
decision and the boot sailed the SWAC championship with secretlryrJameJohnson
wide with the Tigers winning Alcorn College with the victory. / lE I ., Sanoatos, Peulhs, treasurer;and Edward
Mallnkas, Miniankas, Tanregs Jones, chairman cube ArchivesCommittee.
by the two-point difference. The Game was the finale of t e fir
and will reveal for
1 Dogons .
Jaguar Read Coach Bob Smith the regular season for each y C .4j ,
first time of their
said after the game that "The team. Southern fInIbedthe year t i'. the some FAMtTRAs adopted u their
kids became frightened when with a 4-5 record while Cramb \ .t most secret religious, sacrificial project" the accumulating archives

the Crambllng defense started line ended with an 1-2 and Apart '\ .... .....J- ._;. \ wUcbcra.1: and funeral of FAMU. They agreed
\ t. ..,.Jl'--.. rites, the viewing of which: by to support the movement to
of
.to yell out witch for the trick/ the SWAC championship It. ..
Porter.. .. 'f' .. 1 anyone outside of a highly- maintain FAMU u a separate
with the ,futile kick attempt the game's leading ..
resulting .. ground gainer be curled the : .. a restricted group of adult males Institution la the State University
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Southern's Mark Samples sent ball t4 times for 11) yards, 't ''t -ti'f _; been In each taboo.tribe has, until now, System of Florida.

the Jaguars Into a first Quarter going over 100-yards pined ," ... Existing records Indicate that
S-0 lead with his first of four for the second: straight game ., .. curtosm
several brodredoverly-
field goals a 31-yard dandy. and added M more via two Jj M 'C'd
French well U
as
.J colonials
h
And It.was Samples' passes a Good Health
mastery which kept the kicking Jaguars ..-..Ui..l .sl..l f "INi: 4 ; 4 *RW CtBI an untold number of trlbesmn Your

abreast of the Tigers' ** ROYALL*- Princess Margaret speaks words of congratulations Prlnceaa Anne, Prince Charles, Prlnceti-Marfaret, and .her who coutdnl resist the tempts
Wilson and bofband. Lord Snowdoa. Mlaa ROM made her plea daring a ton to spy have been put too Self Medication
and
coring as be booted field goals to the regal Diana Ross left) Supi ernes, Mary
of II, J8, 41 and IS yards to 'NEWS DEADLINE, Cindy Birdsong, after their Royal Variety Performance During paue la alnjlnc "There'* A Place For Ut," and after tlnUhlnfthe tth by the hlghly-susplclius, la the old days when graadiia
leave A packed press bell of the performance, Miss Ross made aa emotional plea for racial song vu erected by rlnjlnj. applaut'ltcI tor the Royal and iperstllloit Malta gave all members of the family
profulioulscOlh swe--x All MW
strlckened Samples 1I..tor':1, '#Sett Office by Tuesday at lp ra. .family. which Included Queen Elisabeth the Queen Mother the century. tonic, she was dispensing a
Both teams scored In each"erb you should mall your news,ItI When Mall and Senegalobtained remedy that was Ineffective but
of, the quarters. Toe first ahouM be their Ind4adeae!
I mailed Monday so that harmless
quarter ended with CrambUngt U will reach our office by Toesday. .., J New York Supreme NAACP president,NAACPctate f i ora France la 1960 and formed Todii's borne remedies are
.. ., in* the hal-ured Federation of
leading 1-1 end Soothers held MOMC tn < conference and William H. more' effective but they are
Court ;
l. AMC. MILLMANAOSft
Will HetrCtseOn Mall, one of the first st*'-* ''-
-- Booth NAACP board insofar' also more dangerous Tat
by the government was the formation
REWARDWRITE tiI: : ; Fired{ Lawyer on and Ram coalman an RlrtU., cltyComniUalaa of sa efteemle! leading danger person bee may la take the a tact powerful that a
dancers :
stagers, musicians
NEW TORE-QIPO--Testate The NAAcVe entire elhl- drag to relieve a amptaa..iUa-
FUNERAL I IOME Supreme court baa entered theeodroversy mia WU state resigned effee ac i obits, witch doctors, and out first IdeatUying the cause
\t\ KER.MtlTON medicine men fi oa*re r/tribe,
the ot he December I ,
orer firing to protest the. 01 the trOlMt
TOY POODLE. MALE. NAME:, BOM BOf. LAST SEEN for the purpose of perpetuating
former NAACP who
lawyer
dtxmlaal-wbkl foUowtclpub- The drag most commonlytaken
through pertolmaacee the reUglotts.
NOVEMBER 11 IN_ THE VICINITY OF ALTERlf ROAD AND MANKaN wrote' article oaths New York lication of the article HNlae cultural, tribal aadfo'l! without first getting adonor's
WILLIAM mtl.wa. erU: lalnf the Mea U Black who Think WU its..MuSUel diagnosis are the pain
AND I e,," vtI'NIJC *..w I, < eourGr r.'o hat beet tented to lore of the Kuhn people.M.teUtttot.sorts. killers. Of these the safest U
S1ST MIAMI fcOLULS. NanMANMIITat tot W. appear ,
CEACR51US NO TAG OR : $ f
HAS SKIN- : t" ( NAI.C.mLr.1t > was .
'
owwuns ........ rio IO 11111 n. r ca- More** apeclal'meeting formed before ,U I.ttIJ. bet' Best person who
Jest shortly
tended la the state court that of the NAACP .
board
DISEASE NEED TREATMENT CHILD'S of dine. dose themselves take more thai
PET. PLEASE CALL Senegal and Mall weal their
the d1tmluall1l1Awll. M steel tort December I. alone with hU the recommended dosage and
tact moot was .ahockln&pre: supervisor, Relent I.. ..:carter separate ways. With the forma- risk bleeding from the digestive
W
.JJ55ATANYI Un.CAKITON. ton of the Mallaa
RESIDENT MANAGEROtpeno'pbje tmpiory auperclUout, Illegal, a lawyer wjo: fts1 ic>*4 wtm: Rojubtlc. the tract. SoIat pata.U11erl contain
cad nodemocratle." Steel was irtd an1 the Ur go ernmenfa drfermlitatiou to' acetopheaHidla (Pnenacetla: )
bring the Black: man's art and
The court action was filed by declined; reinstate him valet*, ibis takea regularly,
culture to the aneatloa of the
couple for responsible state NAACP Attorney Law. ,
REALTY mon or can cause kidney disease
behatf oi KKi' P rent WITH outside world prompted It to
once rue Dalley ea civcrji
petition to yoke complete charge of renlet' Samuel .end a delegation of Cold remedies are slsovldelyeked.
aft'/ iiimtct! l"OIEIL A. T. Hodge. Mewburgh ACIILGEUPAID \ caKaierittroiwrmevMfia : ; : bazked personnel They usually contain one
} unit In urea Wonderful opportunity for the, by military
or men of the popular painklllers -
and a fleet of trucks, Into the
6'3-4772 CALL 635.3177 right' person or couple. remote reaches. of the land toliterally and aa ant lt&lll1Dt.

F CIS Gui ef { 1KPJ coral the best performers The latter U of benefit tor

S IOIW I IATH. LI, K. 01. apt eeeleieJ SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS and bring them to the allegie ralattls but of ao use

(heat end, le'ie CBS keete.. .V..fk-v.. ipilei* Call Friday or Saturday n t.wrvau riow Ale a ro* unlit ass or sou ert.r capOal Bamako, where they la Infection.the relief of a respiratory

lest. weitiaef, leased. FHA IS,200. $700 e'e-i, POLICE KCOM IH Ml HJNHAll $, were Impressed into the service Another type: of P.eparatlon
of the new republic for a "1Ia1f
sic, ...... Morning i mew: that 1s often take without

2 BDRM. I BATH large K. DI. LR, Ut eree.lr. After considerable feasting medical advise 1s the mrltlrttimis -

.. Peril, ceewel .keel. sN1eUersw cer. Pi 40643Mr. _, 157.4548 and Ut-dtspeasing.. the tribes- balaaced pill diet If you art gettinga
.+.t N.w. s Ave mea were induced to abandon you doat need
pest die ts set '''". reftlf' .. tile test, CBS, Miller M M. A+..wEIKENE their reluctance to them, and U you take large
FHA S1S.4SO J?00 $100.AO *. J performtheir
eeef. nee taboo material.The entire amouats of the W-soluble

S BDRM. 2 lATH LI, /'. ... K, DI. Ut .., CIHUE'S PUCMNIEI lEI MMUENENTFEU VYONNE HAJOA tk.wl 1+wtl assemblage, was hastily Vitamins A aDd D, you can
., ceelrel ell /. cerMliet. Steve re* FEANCIL AIDE rehearsed U a prforou get vitamin! poisoning Farther-
iii/! .. tile& ti f. CBS.U'k.. $21.000 $ .. of sorts aDd more mutU-vitamia preparations .
11,77 ee DONNA HAMCIt-gut M6t..M*. W*J.H.t MANC/S -O.w. Dove to Paris,
I1J4.74 ..cii. where they entered the First may contain materialsthat
Annual Festival of the Black Irritate toe stomach
LUXURY WATERFRONT HOMES Maa's Art. sad were presented Laxatives art also greatly
,..,...1..1 ei ...1.... ,..,1. 3 U,., 2 la performances epee to the abused. When they are takes

le11. Fie I., |.... "lt fieeilt, Ies4iceee'. ei- on' Lose our,, Hair" public to relieve aa abSoat.&IaJ! gale

"... 125,000.15.000 .... Every performance was sold they are especially IIw.rdoubeaut
Use out, and sews of this wildly If the cause of tile.s-&a
Beeelifel 4 U,., 3 Uth, Fie r., S.c.rsr.., eeeperei. l 1 wildlymagalficlestcompaayshot is aa !infbUMd yyMti the

K ecie. Aillei )3S,000. Oyee te Oil.... tIE 1 1 t tt. VAL 5 'SUPERGR0i Europe. The Melissa laxative may cause it to burst.

HAVE OTHERS were awarded first pi lae at the The result U aa acute, and
i Hair Conditioner festival u the best easeml lea possibly fatal peritonitis

.... w : the more than 100 poops Weight-reducing: pills,'sometimes .

.FEU FRY: Thursday Mite 3 Monks SB,p y-O tty. $1.50 .participating. or digitalis contain and thyroid vies takes extract In
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y knows the answer... MANAGEFish::< Eddie I be sensible used low-calorie aa a substitute diet.for a

: Sleeping pills pep pills aDd
f i Miami Preacher
:: 3129 Nifth lest till An. IIHfJ CHtsrL9954' tranquiltxers are other drugs
that should be taken only under
I. 'Plans( HigeConplei
Mini Phil 635-9316 I careful: medical! supervision.Foraer .

Is peroxide needed to I 251. Ara Miai Fl. Heir Mianr School

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color unwanted gray hair? I pastoi of the Memorial Temple
SLUSH MACHINE MB. Church here has KKK leader

swao raced a pretentious plan
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for one-miUioa dollar church
a Amsted
Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray JOE'S FRIENDLY MARKET complex He has Just resigned! (I. RigklsWorker's

hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re Mill Ir Pliir Clips If I. Cuu jar from the Mt Olivette Cbsrct.
laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older where he was, for niaeteoa Murder
than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging 12H i m iv in.Stty years, minister
P.C. 22 Fill Price
SI.ISS Piis
effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide Tn Rev. kUckeos belle the. Mt HATTlESiJUHIG, Uist. IB
haircoloring which, [nay change ,the natural hair color while Olivette Ctmrch.. tile midst of a UJS. District
coloring gray 4' r.c. 11 m MCI. $115 pin in Toe set complex will be at Court the trial far conspiracy IB
I9CC
Professionally-trained hairdressers know the importance of NW 44th Court and U7, adjacent flrelr"u4.g death U
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a 11% Hit Print. Fictirr f irriityij I YrHplfflrIV. to the Florida Memorial Vermin IL Dahiuer aa NAACP.
.problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi- College. Construction.. H.voter refUtraUua lends.Sam
permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. scheduled> beglnonDecemisr Hovers 4r, tormetLugbm
to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They Lease till Yell Cii In I. The chorea will emphasise Klan leader, waa arrested hereon

. also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical program sad service There a chare ot murder- a
Jliuwllal.r 1$.
processing. Because of its mildness. Loving Care maintains PACES will be a credit dos. and
F.I.I. IPI $35 Fir liuwerc
listillitiii litlii was
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healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. l special community tit nut a lunch break la Uw durlar
Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her e groups will be a part Court Federal
hearing for
, hair she is always wise to consult a professional beautician. lilts II IPI The minister 1s sating on eased of K flux ac.

Hairdressers equipped with a family of fine Clairol products ., i thousand citizens to give or rights leader conspiracy In the civil

and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most pledge one "ad... dollars taken to the death. He was'

personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon. POLAR SALES i SERVICE k1 *c.t each. .'.. a graduate of Beoevdiet He waa CM ForreatCowty U II men Indicted JaU.
dislike and want College Colmahla. S.C,
If
you gray no peroxide why not ask your oa arson charge la the
Dabm.rmurder
beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care Ti and alCrourTholorlul
t li Tin liil. Like Im TH. Seminary la Chester Pa Be and stood trial earlier
0 CUIr. Inc..iMJ CIIurteat ca.MoIlM. 2il $t. I. Pill Id. 132-4291 .has this year, but a mistrial wu
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Morgan College Omegas. .. Suspend ,After r Pledgees Complain Of! uses I IA. I

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Educational Peltier' :Says Crime' In H\I\ > Paitier I Locates Crime Pus Hellelic''CHAchI' : Orders

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'. BYrtEGROPRESISTEF.NAT10NAL Offices", Is linest Prefcli 1 t Two. Your Sispeisioi: For Fret .

BALTOIO.il. Md.-Ttw men of Omega Pat Phi Fraternity Pi
Roundup This phrase,perhaps mort then ear other,seems to ejjjtbt
: discussion everyone from politicians to students to .Chapter of Morgan State College, have been suspended for two
win. Almost everyone has something to add to, or act years and will not be allowed to wear any paraphernalia or
HOW BLACK SLOW PACE participate! in activities. Dr. E. Worthington Waters dean
f.OlD, the idea--to )Just about u many Interpretations i r. any ,
3ltMGmr-Pq-How WASHINGTON (NPI)--
W are people discussmt It 1 students, November 26.It .
Black should a federally-sup School>> desegregation progress Academy Award-wlDniaf the majority of our pub cbool the chapter breaks the rules of oar bodies through the weof
be? That Is the is to continue its slow :
ported college expected of be suspended wooden paddles, steel paddles
actor Sidney Potter Is certainly systems to drastic. H can ft suspension they may
question Citycdkga .pace during the administration. : 'no different and. Then the man possibly livtintbc nubs indefinitely: ,Dr. Harold coat hangers, belts,
U the new Federal of President-elect RlchardM.Nixon topical phrase entered a coomtatlon and send hls'cElldren I good Delaney, Dean of the college, blackjacks: fists and elbows.
whose student body Is M per according to Harold reeeatly at the school and not be caned stated. Otherwise they will ber Our chests and buttocks have
cent; Negro.' Militant studentsare Howe, D, UJB. Education Philadelphia location site, of about the less fortud toes reinstated without appeal at the][|been the favorite targets dour
will retire
seeking a strong emphasis Commissioner, who his newest mode Universal' to the city? I end of the two years. big brothers. Frequent. ,
-on Black Culture and i': tory.' December SI, to take position "The Lost Mao.".Peltier had "H all goes back to I sad The chapter was found guilty' ,blows In the tact have tern'porarfly -
Dr. David WD Diction, with the Ford Foundation Only '
,P But definite and stlrrlnf thoughts truth that most lour by the Morgan Pan-ReUedcfl Impaired the vision
M the school's provost, sees the "small progress" In school on the subject.,, .' countrymen have comnpents Council, which is composed of and hearing of some of us. Wt
college's role U "healing the desegregation has been mach "B goes wtthoatsayi&K.? "notes which seldom go be* TV representatives of aH Creek I were subjected to additional
iH wounds of Interracial strife"and to date, be sail -.ntltf.'Utat .crime sets, homes, mon and letter organisations campus: 'physical paalskmeat by thefraternity
helping build a "m"0 n the streets' is the nost pro- education (the latter bally after charges were presentedto when we sought relief
/ truly pluralistic America. MOVES AHEAD Stable political football at the tor the wrong reuo The the council by the Lampados' 'from the college. Infirmary and
itIL NEW: YORK (!CPr) -School The moment and .everyone 'sems simple truth to that ykaat Coub (pledgees) of the trater"nlry. Visits, to the Infirmary were

Becomes. Ocean Rill-Brownsville ahead with to twist 11.1 ito fit their own change the quality of llftiihto ne council's recommendation : prohibited
District has moved particular ends. I'. profitableto them. n."Private that the fraternity be "A nt-'nfter of our pledge
a plan to set up ft hogndadschool the politician because the property the suspended has been confirmed sustained a cracked: boot iaWs
adM U classes resume Into typical middle-class white ,almighty buck (which Deer-' by Dr. Delaney, and national hand u a result of be Ing struck
HumblePR wake of controversy over American with perhaps $1 '700 away not to favor dlolng and local officers of the m- with ft blackjack by ft memberof
tht deceatrallted school to $13,000 in the baa' is with) are preset the ternity have been notified.: the Howard University chapter -
'district that recalled naturally against such 'crime. most important things! our The Lampados la presentingtheir while another visitor
teachers' strike. The strike "But the Diner crime trans society. But the humaftlng charges to the contcll: ,stroked him with a wooden paddie. "a
ended when the district was acted in plash offices goes mast become most InrtanU stated, "We nave more,than ."
b1ae re11: placed under state control to elastic hugh "Our repeated requests for
1IIpUb1ki d. The very people Capitalism ttti Ate. v.T'! earned oat way Into Omega
who object:: to the more pop, to erica ngU this chana Sidney PwJler takes time out from the filming of "The Lost PIt Phi Fraternity. time to study and visit the
UNDERSTANDING URGED wiled Images of lower-class: "Only when all of cl'sclUsenscancomalthe Man" in PUladelphls to discuss crime with a television newt* They charge that: library were denied throughout.
tl YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio crime art often themselves *leN man. Re expressed the opinion that crime etlsts in greater "Contrary to the laws.of oar other period."
1b CNP3 Society: should understand involved In a more lucrative: .. to the good of the court sod degree in the phrt Interiors of business offices and >J truer Omega PIt Phi Fraternity and Two charges which the
< that "deep and Insistent though bushed, brand of crime everyone to, win crlmkxxa where commerce thrives la the picture Ptler; portrays a Morgan State College, we have council incorporated Into the
01t affirmative goals" ottea So not only most the crime lathe to tie streets and ItUuh disillusioned;; et-soidier who steals a Quarter of a million been the victims of sustained brutality charge were:
motivate eyes tilt most out- middle-class otflces-dtalt abuse which has beta ""We lave often been removed
streets be suppressed,bat djllars and turns It over to a Black organisation. physical '
rageoot demands of student with effectively" IHE to CONTINUED cat PACE it
so should h e freed, coemption applied virtually every part
protesters, according to psychologist and apathy which exists .

VldtritLbtile Dr. Kenneth incoherence Clark. on higher levels be, erased. ,.,- ..-,.- --. ..., ...:, ."!:.- -,t r f. "vl'k i ..._ -W; -, r .... "-t tt
"1 dool m e a n to sound totally .'
and \f'
of their trustratloa
critical of oar system If you
ram,," be added, "the new
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were to arts me what 1s food .f
breed of student rebels U saying
about 1 could
oar country,
.Jhat they art no longer spend hours on oar assets, I.
able to accept: the Irrevele- .
but at this point U ear: nation's ,
a vance, tilt Isolation, the prtoceupatloa history we must concert ourselves :'; \ ., I ,
I Ia
the Indifference
with trivia,
with reconitructlni: : oar
sod InseastUvity to society into one which will withstand '
the'I flagrant injustices that pass the onslaught of centuries 1 1t
For Free.
for academic objectivity and to come. :

'Ir art offered u higher educa "YOI see, we must came to t you.
.
'Ih Uaa, point where oar proprieties are :. i ,
not to deal with only the mere
I JAMES: AVERT DIXIE I(1YIEUDiRSe0A0 patchwork of stopping riots or r I'' .. ."
s James I. Amy has beet AIt.-CKP-) suppressing crimes U (bestreets. "
W camel>ftUe relations manger A suit has bee' filed IB UJ. 0 wt let U go at that \ I 29 new Christmas decoraU9 s',1 : "
., for HumWt O'U' Refining Cosapaay's District Court by ft larjer for what would we'do IS orSO
IItI northeasters Regloa, two Black staled, who were' years from 'now? Continue to And they're yours free
among 1)Jooestart High school
wita fceadqaarUrs In PeBtam,. foster a system which turns
NY, This U the compaVs students expelled; for 1."iDI'I out Mml-literates vita wllLU in cartons of Coke.
s largest nirktttng ,&*. football pep rally where turn, be shot days to cuU -.6
of tilt Dixie" was played. The suit ,
'Avery U vie chairmaa the herd? 1
AtVUt.-y.Commutes te the. seeks U njunctloa againstpuelAhmenJ "AM this Qwtttot.offeralng .
I Vlet-vref tteottxl TutnEl*cton : _to; the walkout.The .. oat w.preprtp tresAefrom' !" at T 'M a"t 1t! $ s ae + r' : lataM 7httI

U Youth MoUvaUoa and was.
recently elecudrhalrnun of Sooth CirollRi State College
I the dale C & MJ.coe>>r4l-
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b.a Bating .agency for btg*r tdicatlou. 111"lrltls New Hood ; I
He Is a vice read.
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of
basUeus Owiga ORANGEDUAO, S.C, The InauguraUoa of Dr M, Macro
'national ptsldMtofthe
tI tome National' Auockattoa of WarUtDu.lop.n. Nance, Jr u prttideat of Sods Carolina State College was

... forme: board 'November ft on the college campus.
.. I chairman of the same orfaai- 41-year-old administrator ber {(.climating 'Thanks
.m, adios and 1s sow a mimUrof becomes the fifth president giving Day. ,The first activitywas :
'10 the board lie baa worked of the college and the first a concert by ft nationally- How can use them?
K with many organisations U a alumnus to be so honored by bon artist Noecn>r>2l at I many ways you

bet coAsuitant. Be is ft former his- the taIU It1C1a. aeries of I p.. to White Hall' Auditorium As any as you'can think of. They're great tree .a! ..
tote teacher of Crsntard, U.J.. Aa Impressive on the eampas.: ,
DOIuI .aal ft graduate of Columbia activities were planned for tile A luncheon was .held November decorations package decorations
which Novem- until ,
University Inaugural, began XI from ll.JO a.m

.a: I p... The tmlugurelcomminced [table decorations mantel decorations
T II. T. Gorki Leivos In gymnasium( of ,
II .
be the new health and physical door decorations
education building Following I
tit'I FAMU For Mlnosofi TCOIC the Inaugural, ft reception was J you name '''
held to the Felton Laboratory :
U-," UINXEAPOLB Mrs. Tbelma T. (;ortaaa, u asxuctott School Gymnasium at 4 p..., IL. .

-s professor of Journalism oa leave from Florida AIM University Thanksgiving Day activities .
sLrU TallahasMe, has bees named interim director of the Mla Include the CaroUnas Clauk, '
You and the kids
Mapolls, branch of the TwUCUlesOpportunUksIndustriallsaUor a to Jball game betwwea Johnson
Center,be,(TCOJC). C. Smith University and S.C
make them
s" Mia. Gorham succeeds Kef. of The Crisis She has served State la PulkSoC"ft&41- yourselves. "-

.ai Stanley R. King, wtw annouactdtU to JovoaUsUe: capacities with Oraaieturg. :
follow the
Just .
I toatgural ball simple Instructions.
.realgnaHoa U November the Armed Forces Special Preceding aa

UNJ 29. The new director becomes Servkes Division Hampton to the gymraslum SB alumni. y The grand total? 29 different all in .
theStidentCenter.
tt4 the first wuoua director of u Institute and Is the author of reception was held In decorations ,

II OC: eoaUaaaltrllnthgcenter.There several boob.MtabenbJp. r\
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election full color in\ 10
UDOIQCIDi'tbt
are now mare than 10 to held to the After tl
hia cities which art planning; Amerkaa Academy of Political of Dr. Ninee.' James A Rogers G e IP -f >
different t booklets each
activated OIC programs.Rev. and Social Science, the Association chairman of ttm'bird of ,
1 4t King held the position for Educatloa to trustees, said that "Dr Nonce, t iFORYOU j tucked into
for two years and 1s responsible Journalism, tht American by his performance u acting: ,,. ,
ait1 for tht ofthtOC. president .has earned the rightto
phenomenal growth Public Relations Association, t
the National Association of be elevated to the pltl14eDc, a holiday carton !

Mrs. Graham holds the B.A. College Publications and can toad the college Into a FREE rCci't'i j --'u.o' I
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abon and .tilt M.A. from the University PI Gamma Me National Social fruitful period.. of educational
of Minnesota and Is now Science Honor Society. Mrs. progress
I w
IIIS a candidate for tht doctorate Gorham is BOW residing to south\ -Tbe role of SC.State to tte Yd'll, want all of I
education
there. At other times she has Minneapolis. structure of higher
takes courses Stamford will become clearer U South J I
****** them :Mart picking
University and a: the University CONTINUED ON PAGE ULOLA'S _. "
of Oklahoma Extension I I- : ,
ions of Coke bsba "
up your ,
Dtvislon U well U at Central tf

State College la Ednund.OUa. GROCERY STORE no] And he sure 4, '
b
1! The ;:educator was the first : .ns
black"student elected to membership
la Theta Sigma CalM 13TI ft iTIUE IFIIIEIIT EII.E'SI) i keep plohtyon

tl ( .Chapter I aaUooal honorary RV ,,.' s hand for .

1at sorority. She .has for been women listed inJournalism. % he COLrO

in Who's Who la American fJl!.> l .f1It lulitfjrictrifs'IrriMriJfc { holidays.ft 'r

.i Colleges aad Universities,, J>>i
hi' -'If CrH' Tats ..
Who's Who h America, West .' ;
Coast Edltlo.. IMC, Who's : .a :- I Ie'

1u'I Who la the South aadSouthwcst, I : ; risk .;.; .
:? all edUku shire 1M1, Who'sWho I :;: "' .
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: of America Women,1"6J, \ 'Iittr jNts'CskssRyf. ," /. : !
MSn zed la the Dtctiosary of lateratlonal '. : '" AvjjLil: where ufTitttL -... .

e1a, Bkcraphy.& i '' ,cary:,' rl. rJ" t. "..L. .....___ ____._._.___.....-.._ '
has held s, r', .. ,
Mrs. Gtrharn j ., \"

Zr position to she from Central Ugh Senior schoolteacher 1 : A CHrJrltl f'- SttC t\" lMIS. .r ., .. .l le $' -, : i/' :. I

.a'High School at Kaasas. Yo.. r 1 : J I ... 1..1. ,,;<.:' 'I :' !
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positions have tocluded I NEW: MANACLMLNT: -MltS.:: lOIA Tl.APt' .. j ',. ,, "', fY : ,' +
1. the maaagug editorship of tat UNDEU .. _.:i-r...; ::. ; ,,;. : :.
1. (furl "rlr fJI Pick II Rey at Ashley/ i Davta$1."t5) '' :> p'. 'j..1. 'II1e "
OkhaosaEaglt
Black Dispatch tile 'I
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K aDd The Crisis, official .t4j it'R ;
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till pu&lcaUoa of the MA :". Mrs. Dpi!* ball. day &AI SIhtdJy said tb /nN ertlonre I BOTHER NAME HERE l

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Housing- Restrictions Cause pansici Of U.S. :Ghetto ,NeighborhoodsNew




1 1I'' York Newspaper.. Seeks Black Power, Filmin I to Commercial Ceases leren Officials Siy

Michael X. ft
leader
More Rapport.. Between Races 4 4 '
Behind BarsLONDONNPlBrl1lih ,White' Areas Renifi As Before
NEW YORK-(NPI)-A new weekly newspaper the Manhattan
Tribune Is seeking to "Eri ge the pp between the frustrated, WASHINGTON (NPI) Denial of housing OAOrtunlUeslnwhitt
angry Black community sad the frightened white community" Black Power leader "Michael urban and suburban areas is making the nation's "ghettos"

That assessment of the news*, C03E director who will represent X" is again behind bars-IMS grow ever larger, according to evidence from several sources.
time on a drugs charge.
paper's function\ was glTen by, the "Blackpowerseparationlsr "Michael X"..who was bornIn Nationally, UjS. Census 20.500.000 by' InS, If present
William F. Haddad, the paper'scopublisher > po Klon- w. Bureau officials reported that trends continue.
Trinidad .8 u
who wUl write a mats sees the Tribune's function years ago JDDer-e It, communities art Indicating disagreement with
Michael de FrelUi and now
prefers
weekly "liberal Integrationisr U one of informing the to call hlms>lf Michael getting bigger, at tbe sametilDe the White House report Miller
column, alongside a column by white community of "the troubles Abdul Mallk-recently was released that white suburbs are aid: "I guess the only ray of
co-fnibllsher Boy InniS,national of the Black community-. from prison after sewing staying white. hope Is that Negroes are not
'ifor* they erupt Into crime"and a 12-mjnth sentence for f In the Chicago area, meanwhile .. piling up In the central cities
EEOC of "making up for the Inability allegedly inciting "racial > It was found that bouslngjpportunlties U much U before."
of the white press to hatred" in Britain., Re was Itrr for Black people While migration of Negroes
FIGHTS DISCRIMINATION communicate accurately one of the first persons convicted remain meager in most 'from the Southern to Northern
IN JOBS &S8GL, aspirations and problems of the under Britain's tough new nburbs and In many neighbor ghetto areas has tapered off
1100 C $1 NW Wish' D W506 Blacks!' Race Relations Act. bode wlthm the Windy City. la recent years, natural Increase
I Thus, most black Chicagoans contributes to tbe rise
lave no choice but to stay put In Inner-city population
a the dry's Souths Me and West- The Census Berne is said
dde "ghetto trees"Historian to be planning to Issue a new
1 mirno ff Gilbert Osotsky study of population distribution
:,+ : totes that "By an the standard that is expected to show the
;i' 14i.j j," neanremeats of human segregated character of rest
.. "'t.H : .: .t ri'c < roubles In the city, tbe ghetto dentlal patterns this country.In .
: '::0I / ins always bees with .us-tt Chicago, the chairman of
r,4 r ,r, tat tragically endured." the Chicago Human Relations
Y.H Professor sky, of tbe Commission testified that his
University of DlinoU, believesthat agency has been unable to make
i. racial jthettot an an old any progress In breaking down
story la the Uilted States-and 'segregated housing patterns lathe
ftat they have been getting city.
.
: larger. Pete FBrpatrlck] also COD
Evidently& agreeing with the ceded at a City Council Finance
; latter point was the Censes Committee budget bearing that
j -,. Boreas which found that the his commlstlon has program
i Black population la low-Income likely to stop white neighbor
areas has Increased by 100,000over hood from rapidly becoming

I. .the past two years, rather all-black after the first Negroes,
'. 1 than declining by 300,000, asl move It.Metowbue.
i recent White Rouse report the Leader ship
; suggested. Council for Metropolitan Open
I r While whites continue to flee Communities of Chicago
from the central cities, "there
revealed that a Black family
%
I ; Is no evidence they significant had spent/I mentis la a
I Increase: of "'crOelID"1IIr to vain search for housing InChacagb's '
OM suburbs," said Herman P. suburbs until
afederally
I f I Miller, chief of the population subsidised apartmnt'wufoand.
bureau of Census Berets .

Model Joan ,Jrlng a "take" la the filming of the new Supreme Beauty sharply Miller's with report statistics contrasted Isswd la the council's newsletter,
Icommerclsls. Mr. and Mrs Willie I. Brown
Products TV ThoommerciaU art the first all-Negro TV commercials by the White House Indicatingthat
to be In prime-time television *"" told of rebuffs ranging from
advertising Negro products si the Black population of
"no children allowed" to
I ghetto areas was declining
BIAS HUKINKGAM 'oriia Heeds List Of Hicks significantly. "owner Come apartments on vacation."supposedly
Tbe White House
(NPO)- TU Gary report appeared had already been rented, bat

wW Human bold RelaUoosi a baring Commission Decemtor acted To State Lelslitires Kerner CoauaUslon'a to take! Issue with findings the they la newspapers. reality list-:

that the Negro population of
16, on a commission-Initiated few alter taw Brow
tags a days
ULTTA (NPI)-The numUr of Negroes elected to state the central cities Is expected
charge that thai US. Steel Inquired about them.MoMfkls .
,CorporatlM,, at Us Gary steelworks oat ulatires elecUons.In the South Increased from ZI to JO during the to grow from lt.100.OOJ to


promotion discriminates of Black workers In the bite fording Voter to Education results obtained Project& Tennessee was: State elevated Rep.to 3.0.Patterson the. Newspapers.. .. Slid. ,
The'Commission'
Smirnoff nukes ? pirty'rock. t4.. I rtafred: Charles IH.-which has de Southern Regional Cornell .Senate, ,lra H. Murphy took
Talented .h Uil.mVrnor.inuc f }iui '"'. up: up |K>|KJpunch. >' I LitttuUve King as Its Ama, Arkansas and South Patterson' Rouse Lest Avon For Alleged Job Prejudice

.AdJ* hnllunt sparkle Wttate \l4SWl(7drlfikfc! M t""" *.ihat,Negroes dlreelor-cbarplI make up lea JhU-), CAlna art the only Southern;;"WUlJnU, Jfegto)**yer;',was u WE\I'PitiIf pL.=;,1 ilegro6er pepet.dttoe eeeatiy eepsl.
SM that continue to lack
I also elected to the state senate.
Thit'iwhy ibechoimtholidgpartiescomeinSmirnoffRrckugrn. : S per cent of the plant of this
management 'If o legislators.Ha James Taylor replaced A.W. a salt against Memphis Publishing Company, publisher
,.. ., although awe: than IS Carolina and Florida& city's two major newspapers, The Memphis Press Similar
Smirnoff Eodee ru areltleu. per cent of the'plant's workforce Willis la the House,where Alvin
Is Negro, fiery is aboJ Vhava Black persons la theirIMtures King replaced Russell Sugar and Tbe Commercial Appeal.Bflti .
81 per cent Black for tbe first time man The state wW have two papers oelonc.to the oat-, tile date of his application and
.. -, ;e Reconstruction days Black senators and all Ion-wide Scrlpps-Howard Syndicate. that his salary. be raised to
trgta leads the other South- representatives..te'ias what U would be DOW bad the
..r .?rf.t.; 'f.1.1i states In the number of : : It has two. Black McCann t.. Reid aa editor company not refused to hire
: k legislators, with 14.naessee representatives and one sen for the Trl-State Defender, a him.
i Once know :; has I; Texas 3, slot 1oea11CtP'f.'lt charges that NOTE* Though the LDf was
you Florida, North Carolina Florida: Joe Kersbaw will be ; Company once: a part of the National
iilana, Mississippiand the first Nero la the Florida refused to hire' him because of Association for the Advancement -
one extension costs ttola, one each legislator dirlsg the toth his race and rellgioa. of Colored People
re is a roundup" of recent North His suit was Wed In federal NAACP) U now U a separate
lion gains: Carolina; .Henry Frye com r. by tows l/icaj organisation, even though the
r. less than a nickel a day.. orgia; New scats were won will be tbe first Black representative a cooperating attorney for the Initials are retained In Us title.
Bobby I.. Hill, James E.
la the state's general NAACP Ugal Defense and Educational
t want to make t K aDd C.G. Euard. E.J. assembly since'Reconstruction. Fund Ion (LDF). Morgan State
you'll rd replaced another Days. According to attorney Lucas
ro, the Rev. J.D. Crier Louisiana, Mississippi, std MemnMs Publishing: Company
CONTINUED nOM PACE 11
I life twice state representative.rgla Virginia. -one stale representative officials told Mr. Reid they
,. your as easy will have It Negro serves In each state could DOt hire him because from campus to tilt home af
tentative and senators. I he la a Seventh Day Advea- former PI Chapter members
with two. For less List: and therefore could not where we were subjected to
OLWORTH'SSTIIE3H work Saturdays. physical harassmetf."
However, aa Investigation by "Many of u have beta physically :
than dime. 'j 1 the Opportunity abused various
a J Equal Employment rooms
IBnisn ll.il U, ComtmUj (EEOC)revealed throughout the ct p s.N" .
that the company had tt has bee recommended by
2Jr hired a wUite man w.nts Morgan State College that the
@ Southern Bell 1 1iIV I Ieq wiz! y'f! faith to do the same Job for pledgees ,be Initiated Into the

; -- """ which Mr. Re'4: bad applied.In fraternity through the graduatechapter
the suit Hied today,attorney under the auspices o!
: '. Lucas Is asking that Mr. Reid the regional or national organtatloa !-.
..,.:\ !! $. i' > : :" : 1., IIAa44 be employed by by the companyas Members of PI Chapter

: a copy reader, the position would not be allowed to participate
\ for w'icb he applied. la this Initiation
: I He la als asking that his' All other pledgees to Creek
client receive La.k pay from letter organisations on the
; 1 Morgan campus were Initiated
.
.,' :, Black tibenlioB during the week of November
.j:,' 9. The Omegas failed Initiate
their pledgees.
Connell Urges NegroTo
National and local offices of
: i''i' bi the fraternity which have been

.. f 't ",.. r II I,! Sue Noisy notified of the suspension are:
II CHCAGO..(HPI)- Tbe new Ellis Corbett grand tissues
'" North Carolina AfcT; H. Carl
Alliance
Liberation
'iJ.. Black
.. Moultree executive
secretary,
to
Is asking Black people save
.. :
1;: r .. the mutkey they might have spent Washington. DC.; Robert

,. \. f ... '" '\..\ '.' on Christmas shopping. Johnson, district representative -
,r The organisation stopped short Battinvire; George Me-
;
... of urging a Christmas boycott Murray, baslleus PI Chapter;
and Eugene Ward, basileus, PI
"to
but it called on Narrow
r fI
..- '"It begin d u r i n g this 19C Christ Omega Alumni Chapter, Balti
\ S'"r mas to refuse to participate more
r.fj \
'; \ i in Christmas showing spree, Negro Occupies Ho.
and to further escalate this action
each "
year.
nA 'meed Black peop'e "to Supreme Court Seal
save their mosey sod place U
t 1 J' I lair in Black banks U order to maintain As Special Guest,
u 1Jr [ own Prims*yf e jurnbo'piieistic. and develop their own com- ST
LOUIS-KNPIKJudge
1DUD1Uea."

SEWING CHESTFeatures U Black people are to survive and Tteodoie only black McMillan: penitulwcuaiaa the first
-'la this racist
society, they
Circuit Court Judge, now' has;
must begin
Immediately to
build
another 'first" to his credit
'
: two removable a strong economic base," the He became
recently the tlrrt
:trays for organization said Negro to sit on the Missouri
: holding spools, .. "Dut as loot as Blacks
scissors, etc. Ample space 3 subjected to economic exploitation are .Supreme. court-U only for a
oar.yludfce
I for mending and
patterns.
ya by merchants and twsl- McMiliuu at in Divlslui
-.
.
.
[ Tortoise crystal 14*". 91i- _samoa within and outside of Three, with circuit ludAtllw'
!1# .. their cm munifies they will be
,.,.. .... '-;;{.) W. Kueera.to hear threeuses
$ ,.- .....:' prevented from developing aa iuvulving Missouri convicts -
economic base, since the millions who have appealed their
.. --- TOUI MONEY'S wofiTNMOU: : AT of
v 7 I dollars which are c r I ups a| cODIeUooabecauM

< Min extension phone (lists less tlian 5t a day, plus tax and nominal installation/ fliarg: J Jt ooLwo" .. ." JJ. I'. 'drained are out not of reinvested Black neighborhoods U-. represent they ,,did DOt them have at a their lawyer original to

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Repossession Racket'Euposed i' In Dallas n By NPI'S Texas RepresentativeCredit I




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Schenley Helps Project Qitreicli

Used Fir Fleecefii Cisteners World 'News! .Digest


DALLAS, Tens (NP0 An attempt to reposset1a $200 LJMt 11 : NEGRO PRESS .tNTESNATIpHAL
television set from a local newspaperman, who owed about+ ,

jjO balance, led to an expose of a racktt being used frequently PROBE
Collectors of credit stores to fleece customers out of _
by : money.
LONDON (NPI) -The British Attorney General, Sir Ehryft
The expose revealed that Lewis Texas representative IrM Jones, disclosed recently that an Investigation Is being made into
deputies ot constable offices for Negro Press International. A 1y a speech: delivered earlier by Loon Powell, controversial right
are used by the collectors to'' Lewis had purchased: the set ''t i wing member of Parliament urging the country to "repatriate
force the customers to give up from a local Goodyear Service its black Immigrants face the haunting tragedy of the United
his wares or pay an additional Store last December. By paying States." The inquiry, is:'being made at the request of other
court cost fee on the presents In excess the required and advertised members of Parliament,' who charged that the speech violatedthe

tIm of phony court order. monthly amount, be it r Race Relations Act, banning incitement to racial\ hatred.

Judge W.E. Richburg, whose had brought the balance down jf a ( l d {
name and court has been used to $SO by September of ,this i INTEGRATION UP

in these legal flimflams, stated year. j r t PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Manitoba (NPO Integration
be knew the racket was going Lewis said approximately two ( Indian high acboo1lhadent. Into private homes In this community,
on but never could place his months ago a collector of the 50 miles ....st. of Winnipeg, has reportedly tripled during the
finger on enough evidence to store came to his holes to I. 1 4 last year. Some U Indian youths .were placed in private homes

bring the perpetrators collect a delinquent payment __ during the year against 14 in 1967.
Justice Sheriff Bill Decker Immediately or take the set. -
also stated that his office: has The collector: in question told \ \ LOTS OF PEOPLE ,
received many complaints about Lewis that if be didn't make l: r u t UNITED NATIONS/- (NPI) The world's population as of
Ills deputies being involved in the payment then and there, mid-1967 has been placed at 1.42 billion by the Demographic
the same scheme.The a court order would be gotten Yearbook, the annual compilation by the United Nations of vital
case that blew the lid off to take the set; and that if be statistics. This is five million mare than In mid-1986 and repre
the racket Involved Leon L. sent a payment to the office: : sents'a 119 per cent a year growth. By extension, the world
the money would be returned population will have doubled when the year ZOOS rolls around
NAACP Employs First to pfd .
after approximately MORE HONORS
Replir AttorneyCHICAGO two months another representative KINGSTON -(NPO-More honors are coming In death to the

NPlCorxlies of the store contactedhim. late Dr. Mat tin'Luther King, Jr., in the form of the Marcus
( -
When be told them what Gamy Price for Human Rights. The government of independent
E. Toole IS has becomethe
had happened, the credit manager I 1 S' Jamaica: has disclosed It win present the award on December
first full-time toW #
hired by local attorney NAACP made an adjustment on bit 10 to the late civil rights leader's wife. Mrs. Coretta King In
branches. balance because be was paying nation's capital city.
the set out in less than a year
Toole who has been on the
,
for which carrying charges, ot
staff of the Cook County Public
interest had been made.A '
Defender since 19M, is a graduate this '
couple of days after .
of North Carolina CollegeLtv
agreement, the same collector
School at Durham. came back with a phony court CHECKING m- Charles T. "Chuck" Williams (second from ,The Set* dey official msQe the presentation at the NBL's annual (bi.6riIM.si..Av ABUUOIflONlltltNllftSf

order, accompanied by deputy left), vice president of Kcbenley Distillers Company, presents,,,, convent D held recently U Cleveland. Receiving the check(from *. D y ftM .
I ** rw.w.! ik.
constable to pick up the set 8-Nnley's I $5,009 check to officials of the National Business left to i eMX are-Willam Hudgins, president of the Freedom \VH1TlilClirft I 41 Ik .
When Lewis told them be was League to provide administrative support services of Project National Dank of New York and t member of the NBL board; : lot Mullet :

Tell it toHARRY not going to give then the set, Outreach D- a $billiaa program "to bring Black Americans "Vrkele DurrtU. president of the organisation,, and Paul B. c._t.., .39',. 1 '!UIII'm.1IIt .
commercial and industrial America." HamUtot esldent of the N3L Phaser In Cleveland
the deputy finally agreed to j the mainstream of pi ; Spectld 'rear, c
come back and pick up the A Q"I..,.,.f wmn.it CitltU' D 9 'I

money, plus an Inferred court Arkusis White Pireits 1eii iriefle Gruti $1,000 Jt... #.
cost the following Frid y. : :art 45 '\ a Red Channel Bass !
.
Lewis was said phony be knew to the be Instrument asked Nurses li Fight On *ilii| T' flu Fellowships Fer LA ttitlla lI... LL 4.9..!....

the and phone deputy number to write on ids a pad name so LITTLE.ROCK 'ARK White parents In this deep south LOB I. GiLD "! grant from the Carnegie Corporation ; CUw Cee.'..tagere. D.lu." "$190 :

that be, Lewis could call bin metropolis axe fighting a school ruling which would deny their 01 New, irk bas made &I $1.000 tuition fellowships available CRABMEAT. lb.. .
and lit him know what time to children the ocDortunlrr of attending desegregated schools. to Nt arks and women' la' the Lot Angeles area for the purposed .

come by.Lewis According to Philtaolai, still attend all-Negro schools leads& Ip training.IIi Dr. Kent Lloyd Mid recently. : EXTRA FANCY LUMP CRABMUT.......... *3''.':' !
II PtDRu
said be couldn't contact Court rulings here have made Lloyd, ct tin Included U the $1,000 tuition .
the deputy and later leaned that kitomy and spokesman tot I U plain that the burden of decision Corpora orpdssiinseWl fellowship are threi weeks of .......................-U U I U U I U
the this
the deputy bad gotten group, 1s perhaps the should DOt be placed oa In nte1lU" lead.ership CONTINUED\ ON PACE ic
first approach of this kind by
t said that thIs
A
the black parents. new plan I
suspicious. a white wMcb does not ,
I Itm't roar dunce to anu In the nxantlmt Lewis wrote group has been set up by Superintendent war a p program ud that
HMiunAt on fooctt lo object to Us children going to the t it 01 his
knowledge !
Itt r a letter to Judge Richburg Ffoyl W. P.:sons. Abear-
banlp (ormtrtfitli to mUed: schools.
u flint ct Ita kind."As .
whose IWU'WU on the tout bas been planned tot DKem- vu
lag
tht Lot AntrlM Rams, Little Rock, U 1957, was the
d able
u we art to .
I- /<{SIW order., JudgeRkbbwg Immediate her n. I
, : 'ICI I of disturbancei because tree this is tilt firs tlmet 1
n. ty phoned Lewis' U come On Tuesday tin parents asked
'of
the reMit at the
JRwimpr. grant bees award" tat I
Labia office the IlUtdaJ."lIDI4 r 1M tit the'Bcbocl Ward t&tnoV if.permission to InlecMMand I Ict r !
ae W-
would'go teat1L1af
be coatactedDii/tict said that the plan which Ps .
Negro students to enter Central In the fall of' ttlydJtg Itptl Negro ... ,
.Attorney Henry Wade by totter' High School. into effect nooe
Today' question: explaining the situation,sending TIlt 101st Airborne Division 1969. falls to me it government men women proftutoaaI
skills in muatyleadership.!
Geographical
of both totters to the regulations.
was, t. W kfk. &w...,. M.ra u.tor copies was dispatched by former PresJ4iotElseah -; This Jett Is parUralerI7LignUlci
thesuperintendent
Company otTke. tone lines, as set up by
...... ... Goodyear .
I. Mr .'1:"'.: T. It.11. V "* v e -8tore In view oths
,..,........41".II.1..fis,I...,tar This started a chain reaction. peace and enforce the aw.Kapi would still tend esecuUne argrot
seed to effective
Judge Richburg contacted the to empunlratgreptln, say
n said "These people\ '
leader here is Los loge.
constable who told Urn bas the pl.J'uts
Just got tired of waiting on lea," d old.Tu .
,..... llrCoy.tir.nkw deputy, a NegronamedR. the illellies." They decided
Jacques, was a victim ot circumstances the time has come when whites
: ; that this collectorbad 1II't liy TO (0 TI TnN TI SET some
h'. a ...... him the order to mist align themselves with the
.... e..c._ give black community and ask the
,...,',. prettyew..tiua.l'd present to Lewis,tt sod toarnedthat board to d> what! the courts
both Jacques the collector really require," LOW PRICES
say I .. Joseph Doyles knew the ads fmdom-of-cholce plan\
"'. AI"' Nry.nand. .
order bad not been filed In
bilt.l.l. which has been on the books
.... alarbe I... the court. here must' to dUco' :lnued, a
awe I'm" u Upon questioning, Doyle told Judge has ruled because. it DRUG STORE N EDSTrade
C.iklu. Judge Rlcbburg: that be bad simply nukes integration toe

gotten deputies to go with him slow a p.'O:'''. '
on about 20 similar occasions About 1,600 Nt 'OIatt.Ddlor- with Your Neighbor ood Drug StoreWE

RItII,.Mil try. to collect or repossess par merly all-wMte schools barest WILL MEET ANY PRICES AD .. IN YOUK LOCAL
a. ......... chased items from customers. all grade totels However many PAPERS. We deliver. ,We also fill all 1 actors Prescriptions:
After the. talked with .
Judge .
N.... 1laI. of Constable Vines,be immediate Kso9'
1b.Kw..C91yCM.1.1. Mrs.
Says
IotiIH ly called Lewis to plead with '

lies. ...,,, ..Iurw. him to push the case against Dixie 'Phar ac
.P...aad. tar Us deputy, because: he was one Whites Ignore Y
pseud ad lath that be
,., lack. hell of two>> Negro deputies
du brut.G..uatJrakku bad on bit staff and incident
may serve u a reason for hint Biifn Problem 1312 KINCS 1111 IT : (TITLE
to have to let him go.After the
hinted that CHICAGO (NPO ..:!iw
expose the deputy Mm 353.HS?
be was ready to resign but white Americans have Ignored .
held to the claim that he was the plight of starving childrenin
a victim: of circumstances.The the ibstrsn-Ntprrlaa civil PAY Till EDIT, IAIEI AMITUEPIIHE
palm manager at the Goodyear ..u. according: to Mrs. Martin

\\'ha' rug .... Store also claim 1 that be knew Luther King, Jr.
wart is a "Irk. 'nothing of the deal. Addressing a Catholic Interjacial IIIU AT DIUTCIE; 1

.4"e..u..hlli'IeIIII'M'f k. E Judge Richburg: expressed his : Council: dinner she cited ,

..4 \I..i. II..,. definite belief that there art this Inaction as an- example of
mead ,,'l", many other firms in the city white racism.
Fades i. rk.in.1 practicing: the same legal "tt 1s ironic to reallte that
iA tar II:.'L J 1
when the art treasures of
chicanery: and that thousands :'
mute 1o.U........ice's..... r3 of people have been victims: Florence .were damaged by When only thepurtjst r
,''oIe. of the practice.: ; The use of the floods about a year.ago the ;.
deputies in the cases is aa response of, the American jf will do: 1
effective mehod to force the people was generous prompt;t. ,
.... the issue. Most unsuspecting and Imaginative,** she said. yASlI "ft.aHUM'w.y .

..I.W'Mu. victims: will not argue with a While the government has refused l.rlp., prrvrul deaprtrash. ,
rwadiatwrrbaaxrludiat
rtiimdTrariWdn.aa lawman nor will they questionthe to. contribute: a cargo
validity of the forged court plane to help get food to the r.u.li l I .'rrhaaua.wtk.IIIH". film, prutldi.r R'i "t"t't
$ I,'.awtul ritr. Blafrans. thousands VS. .
order .. .>INUII4iM l.I.l K..
cSgrnctlung t.'rau- ,...,. A peculiarity in this case is planes In Vietnam "all contribute ......i..1 y (urwulaLrl| fur "tI

.u.. eau.gt.ta.di... m.... the fact that the court order to death," Mrs King ran.,.1 t.. (xirity'u watt.a. I
lour "U glreWilliam. shown to Lewis mysteriously .noted. .b. .r tr u.t"t |u iiHalur.
... disappeared from the sceae.: At the dinner, US. Appeals ""i. iaxisl ....-Miiim'Vaxr*
...tIC'. Lewis said the deputy put it Court Judge Otto Kerner received liar" '.. ulcMtu Jelly. .
in his Inside coat pocket. Doyle 'th.:John F. Kennedy C 1.w I llllU-- IIMMVlluiHliiuiuU J 4
told the Judge be didn't remember Award. (or d rr of |>r> > o.. j

whether the deputy gave it Kemer who was chairman t"dru jrlly.4ut roar ;, ,.:'
there'sno back to him ur act of the National Advisory Commission /wl,lr j tlurtk il! "

question about; District: Attorney Heory Wadsblew 'on'' Civil "Disorders I! l
the lid off another racket said 'be was more convincedthan -
OLD some months ago when\ be ever' that\ ,white ,racism 11

brought about grand Jury in* caused'America's racial .
CHARTER vestiagattons in to the interest troubles. -' fiS.ii'jfs.; ,
racket: by loan and discount -flie. truth hurts, in this i 1

,IS companies. Nineteen were In- case, properly said Kemer
dicted. who recently YeslfMd as Dli-
Kentucky'sFinest ; This 'situation 1s believed to toil governor. to'beeome a1
be u widespread, with many federal Judge. "" V' ,

firms here and in other ... .
many t: ....
BOurbon. sections ot the ..uoa. waxing NEWS 'DUtlIllEAll ; "4: "' ,' ".... .." .. .
I' tat on the practice. Probes Your favorite soft drink t
tastes grft space-saving
M;* *.> into the asses of rids III Wmabluylum sew should be ate Florida iiypnvenient, ,

i..... D.C.; and Newark Star Office by Tuesday at 1 peal. q kk-- hill, no-return steel cans?Have some fun'at your house. ,
... .New Jersey, were. said to be U you should, mall your news, ,- ..
",q 1 reasons for Hegroe rising" ,it should be saaUedJfonday so .."-- o t American Iron and Steel Institute (? )'Keep America Beautiful Don't LUlerr..n i)
discontent with white firms: that it will reach our office by \

operating In Negro areas Tuesday. .
tZESMPAGE. .

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I Four Black Stars Named To bAll America .FootballDenver Team For 1968' .


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OIC Most \ Kodak's All-Americart Team For 1968 Keys, Simpson, Johnson Aid

"W
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Levias Get Top Nod From Mil

Get Help BecauseOf .
*
9 @ NEQ YORK-Thrie fleet Negro running backs and an elusive

DifficultiesDENVER end have been named to the Look Magaclne All-America team.. .

The 22-man team, selected by one contest racked up 47 jjcharges

e .' 11 the Football Writers Association Into tie line.Simpson's ,
.
NPI -A fundraising I
( ) '
y take
America was abilUty to
of
tit
drive has been kicked
announced in the 'punishment is even more amat- ,
.. recently j
off In an effort to ball Opportunity J
e
... Look because as a
Industrialisation 0" 'f current Issue of Loot. fill, says q
The playerschosenwere: San Francisco boy he seemed '11
Center a national self-help
: Leroy Keyet of Perdue, 0.1. .more like a candidate for a *,
project, out of Its financial ,
difficulties. t u thy IT t+ Simpson of SoutbtnCaUfornta, wheelchair than a football star.A u

(s m Ron Johnson of Michigan and dietary deficiency had, left ,*
Some must be "
1155.003 raised '
'&. Miie. Jerry Levias of Southern him with bowed, thin leg and!*
to meet QIC's 1969 budget. ..: Methodist' he wore braces for a time i,
The fund drive after ,
was begun
OtC Treasuer Char lea Goldberg Keyes "a black cI trades," Wolverine Ron Johnson, ;,

disclosed that the project lacks'' @ has scored more touchdownsand brother of major-league out-:I
than Alex Johnson helped
fielder ,
funds and could not] meet a i1 r7 i registered more points g,
Tecent staff payroll. ..Mica/ fir eNth.l b..laitu' I. kTa anyone before him at Purdue dim the memory of Michigan ,j
of local ( z, but be concedes that until be Idol Tom Harmon. Re passed ?j
Goldberg, president a :
for"1968 was 14, he couldn't beat his Harmon's long-standing school
lumber company, added that Meet Kodaks All Am rata Tam
i older sister In t race. "She yards gained and l'CISh1DIt..utempts
-
he had paid 13,000 out of his II
to the salaries T.a .... ...hoo... _'.....1.. NI k.d.k'r AM..... 1._ far "M ..1..1. b, the AM.tI.. was more athletic than I was," records the seventh: Q
own pocket cover Poothdl C.-h. A..I..._ TIt. 11th Inem.l I..d.. .., ._.. b,. ..11. C-y In I."+. '..1_. (ItDB be with nick of smile. of the season. ,
"oY the 17-memter staff. t Jim .........td. T..I (I) 0& 11. ....-. IU', 0_.. (I) HB 0.'. Angeen, U5Ct (q LB KMJdtn says a a game to:,
The fund-rat slog campaign Amyl (S) IP Jury 1.11. S4U3 (.) Mi.tdi (1Dijoh.. role' k.n..i The Newport Hews Vs.,native Split end Jerry Levias broke k
Ds..l K.n.. (:j MO Ch.ek :rr.:4: L D... P.I.y, o,. s.t (I I) 0 Ch.ta line late Southwest
) Bobby i credits his mother's interest the color
was launched at a luncheon I \:.._ ....... ,._.. (&2'1. AI Brenner. MId...... 5t.1) T CJ ....... C.Illotely (U' HB CMte oilbett, b
l. ii.I,, D.n.l (11) B eon., MIe In sports for much of his sue Conference and the hearts of
hosted by Colorado Governor T w ( i ll f n-rtd ( ) VIMl :.n'l.: .nt.tty ::: rt
W.E'If" ... P .
.:: iI Kwi.. Desna a
T 0. $
( etaaflll Offtflm ( fB P Ifov.to.3 (2.) 4 SMU with
John ....... ... .. ....... cess "My mother coached a opponents pass re-4i
Love and local business (ail/ LB Bok 8. Ml-ml (O.)%(Jn DB 1 tcm.Of-rtlct (U) DB Al i1y. W .h. | (14)HB
leaders. LOT Kn.t. P....... (21) C Jot" DI...., Or.M .!..U.) Tt T.4 Kwrilck. r ra Mot .Iid (271 0 Mlk. girls' Softball team for three ceptions, punt returns, .inns:,
?_ ,'"'""'! MootUr. c....... Tt.T Mil k. tt.,m* ... an ABC-: V .r>rl.'l. .K.....>. MLAuelfe. T._* rx<.r years. She was great she and passes the magazine said j,

MEWS IEAIUNEAD IlAltor didn't baby me- he said that if in discussing bow to defense)
I was Interested in football, It the S'10", 170-pound Mustang
VETERANSlMov news should late Florida 'sDefense SPORTS PARADE was op to me, whatever the Arkansas coach Frank Brorlt.:1
Star Office by Tuesday at 1 p... "
consequences Kcyes recalls said: "V Levias sees you, youj
B should mail news .
,
your
Inforaelittleeei e11 you in the article. won't tackle him. Ton have to
oO StopsGramblingjligers ATIOKALWANTS t
it should be mailed Monday no BT KEGRO PRESS
will Orenthal James Simpson woo have a lot of people around*
that tt r0111' office by
.
OWN re-election to the All-America him, so someone can blind- .
Teeedty. CHAMP
team acclamation. The side him." J
I YORK (NPI) Ismael Laguna recently renewed his by
NEW
-
"Watch' This to fight lightweight champion Teo Cru for the title Trojan, workhorse la addition Each of the members of the iJ+

LORMAN Miss1!,- (NPI) challenge In Madison Square Garden nest February, after decisloning" to his. eye-catching runs and All-Amerlca team will receiver
Acorn College timely touchdowns, lugged the a Llnde "Star-for-lhe Stars"Ivring
r tdl The tenacious rugged Roman Banco of Veactuela In nlO-romder
Clown surprisingly
defensive unit bat limited four la the Garden. Laguna's manager Cain Young Is offering a ball for an average of more la honor of his achieve-.j

opponents to minus rushing 160,003 guarantee Crux to defend his title against Ismael, than 19 times a game and InSparked mend ,3TitleSeekiii ,
34 521 1Z31110 yardtge this .......
who hails from Panama. Blast ::
started AlT Allies
3 & 4 bedreem ,lm with I, I Vil This awesome ftfense

2 bo end f.r.gt. the season limlhg: GramtiUng SHOWS RE'S BO& .,

ModtnI .cht &...It+Yfet $ o'"d a c..... \ .. College to a net rtshing yardage PHOENIX, Arts. (NPl) -Boston Celtics player-coach Bill Yirgiaia State TroiiMly; 33-7
e>tfe of 69 yards IA atl-13 victory Russell recently showed why he.Is the r.cogeladdetendve genius

LI TNt"-isiaTES 1 J over the Tigers: of the National' Basketball Association when be frusttated the GREENSB0.16 N.C North' Carolina AIT remained'in s'',

Arch-rival Jtksoo; Stale newly-spawoed Phoenix Suns by dmluting the backboardi to contention for the hotly-contested Intercollegiate Athletic As- **
I
7130 RICHARDSON' ROAD PHONE: 7651685FTAKEDEAISOTHERSREHJSF \ College was next, wherein the lead the Celts to an easy 110-" victory over the Suns. While soclatlon title and possible nsUonalhonorsbyblastlngprevlously 1"

"Braves" held ISC big backs Russell was dominating the defense teammates Dalley Howell unbeaten Vl.rrtailltatt. 33-7 before 1,000 tans here.The Agates, K

11.Il 54' to U yards net gain rushing. and Larry Siegfried led the Celts offense by scoring SI and U coached by Kornsby Howell, are now 7-1 for the season. v
'."' 51139l1Sometlnfa J Wiley College;' N "Braves' "i, points, respectively. their
by sensationalsophomore
Pearson caught three
nest opponent, tas limited to' passes 41
: \IIS \ :iu; "cm-HIT\rrno\KHoxsp: ):. lD.toUI yard* quarterback Stan
A MATING SATERJCHICAGO
\s mv, .vs He's tfeSometime (NPQ) C&1t..ra. the Chicago Bears great struck Jacobs for the twjqulcktauchdowasIn tired A n I.s yards.UT

HI'. down. He Adds: Subtracts, .. ( running back, U showing that he 1s Just as oKstaadlng off the the
-195 DOWN He works It all around. r field as be Is oa the tart. In less than a week after Gale underwent game but opening needed mxomu:three-4oach of the- first two times the Aggie got;*.
the ball. the
Taking
for a ton ligament In his right knee, he walked out ;
\ surgery dowa bar, age U the final periodto kkkoft the Aggies move
aid of crutches and was
Illinois Masonic Hospital without the
I., I Ifi.1.t' < *'I| .n,j Ill|, VII 1.1_ MV Va 44 -11 111'CQjHjKO' r oa the sideline recently watching the Bears bow to the Atlanta Jans.Even stake. the determined Tro- yards with Jacobs throwing they, .
IfI
I !It 'i(' hNI '. i I r rBR.INDINEW Falcons 11-11. Sayers was Injured.In the Bears. win' over San after being down by two final 17 to Pearson In the ends
!I, \ rf.1"itn': tone with Ihl Ml In the flrsUj
I .... ATITtACTTOSS FCDClecot.Mk previously. touchdowns, Virginia Stale ,
,ooe
ltM.1' j:1 "' 1MAN'S' 1 I \ ; r 4-fh.V. .-.*. tit!,, H' ? f,, of the .r1od. r e ....1' .' .IJCI
i/; I" \ ( + ..tt.ft.'l: '; t ',' : .:h:11: SLOT DIUGII''tcIp Uelv*) UbabU le note the tbe?,
A\ .51 55 .0 196? fW EYES QUARTERBACK teams the small. colleges

.. among
forced
'ft Trojans were to
punt
.' \ i ,. 'll = OAKLAND Calif (NPQ-Rookie Cldrldge Dickey, forma: A
141' 1 i\Mriiiiit.jiM.id. .:' MI. .: SEDANM8lkso : Tennessee lists Diversity star signal caller has his ambition to 11-7, rallied by battlae to close the pp and AIT toot over on Virginia,,
.f.aw2"E5 State's 4t. la .
the
='>Str'vPe.' :: ,l at'not r,:. 't'I"'r."I;', IM+ffr Nf DAYSNUMIERED flied on becoming the first "..taW e4 Black quarterback In The two clubs staged a gallant Aggie moved to seven the one plays, trot ..q,.

I 1.1 ,111'I'K 2. lfTIL1; ": : professional football. Dickey, who 1s now an understudy to defensive gallant battle most where fullback Tommy, muM
dial, :
.. ,,.,,. quarterback Daryle Lamonica oa the Oakland Raiders
.. 4> tI 't" '' .. ." '.. I" tr... regular of the third .period but Jacobs crashed over for
i 1 ; ttl: ;:3' \1.\ has been a thorough test at quarterback nest the.lC'Ortfll
team promised
ftNi9 ,
j"m\ { threw
,
f r. ; a u1oIItJId0Wll
.... r Eric Coi's placement tailed-
... ... ..... ptiiviatoJN j' ,IAXVolkswigen :
Ifs'"1 ,,. Mr f/f1.Mit vMia's Days art Numbered.. '* stuon. strike to freshman end Willie again and AiT led 110. j

.f ,11 IIIMIV, \1'\1.1 ',\ 'j i'In II'T"r Realtft and Fortune CU Be ; '11.1'1 ... i"' fs M If". 68-69 Season Forecast Wright oa the first play of the Virginia State came alive 1114-/,
y." It .:..or.. ...,... final period. That signaled the .
the second
1 'I 'fl.5d M yen'ner./e..at.. Yours When You Know YourLucky way period, paced
Dtya.Lucky /.V) beginning oltbttlldlortbeTroJua. by good running from hair&adM.:
I 299i :' ; U \ rCafljn Rebuilding Year For Albany who art now 1-1.1 Angelo Cutfee Starting onthelr i

.i:1IiIII :-O.\t.. .1(1E'( .: : \' Colors, etc. I for the season. owe 33, the Trojans mved tovpidirt
.
i ::r :;;'it<< :uaNl) .yf.......\'..... M.xK9'ff! Send St.OO for your '. ALBANY Ga Pre-season prognosticators aren't likely to, Jacobs then left the game for ialtplaJI.QIIIrt.rt&k"

liII 191\11111'I 1I1I\\I.\'h.l.t: : ..161, Horoscopf Guide for recognize Albany State College's baskeftall this year as they good and hisreplacemettress.. Lawrence Suggs scored tlODbl

'"; I./1yf ., rw"s. .....at. have In the past two cage camptlgnz.Atcustomedtea"running man Charles Mlddleton engineered the one-yard line, but the bigg

; ,111P11\li.(4$4)\.. ....,. ,. .,r-t'! ,:" .( f. game are also missing, Bob two mere fast scores, play in the drive was a 34-yard A
gunning and a tall talented henna this year's team one n n-yard run by II'NbIu.aIWfttuk
\\ \I', ,I'.1hllF:11,: 'HKIMirnrl.ns; Fill In the blank below ) says screen pass from Sugg toCuN"
r (.: > \\ :' ,; nKR'M:' ''i and Salad that takes the round ball "is taster." hoary Walker and tho fee.
: i
r niMiiririMiino: \ sun. mall to ZODIAC Pod Office : last other
off the top of the backboards Just three members of a 11-yard touchdown bomb Defensive comerback WendtUDulee's
Boi 1171, Jacksonville Fla a INC r South Georgia viewers say this year's team that wed all the from Middletoa to Slacker Interception of Trojan;
{
R. S. EVANS NL tE- 12JO EAST ,Sth ST. 1s a rebuilding year for the way to the KAIA Nationals Daryle Cherry, quarterback Suggs'pass on Yttul

S1UE'f.DATE i r Golden Rams. II Kansas City for the second Jacob's two touchdown passes ginia State's 31 to open the tUtaU:
OF BRTtU r a.BS 354.901SISTER Bars. Gone 1s that tall, lalute4 straight year return for the were his. 13th and 14th of the period started the Aggie's tuiK

3rd & MAIN frontline that averaged1 I/I tl-tt hardwood battles. This Mason Against the Tropic, charge. At 14.: 5, Jacobs hUv
f and grabbed a total of M rebounds trio Is expected to play a major he connected on seven of IS Wright with a 3S-yard touchw

:: 1.1,1"rte' iil'KV.: Til, \\I 31'i "I'.M 1:1.1Mw1:" BESSIE per gamr last )year and role in Bob Raineys plans this attempts for lit yards to up his don
She Total read your entire w.-atpruerttM although the four men who put winter giving the team some season total to 1.011 for the Blue the Mrs leeahppground

future':,She asks no questions but will.t H\( fOIl the "run gun" In the Rams' semblance of the"running,gun jrear. gainer with M yard taO

) i what you want to know, giving dates and facts of nlDg" unit of last year which Again Jacobs net receiverswere nine carries The Aggies' press:

'. business, love health and family affairs Will sipped oft a 32 and I wun-lost Cherry, Wright,and Little rated tat yards to M In ther

help you find tot art. Tells you whom you will rocord All-Amerkaa candidate: Willie air. but trailed the 'l'tojau.-tf

marry and rhea If the one you love.is true, what WUbert Jones the Rams'C10"doitair Pearson. Wright had tout grabs 114 to 79 oa the ground '.ep.ft
1 to do to be successful.Will! reunite the separated i RigdonHEAT forward and a solid for 71 yards and Cherry and !

locate absent friends and relatives, and causehappiness AU-Amerkan candidate, la tile r<6'
I I betweeo man and wife. Helps nuke prime returnee of this trio Govenor Kirk Honorary

up lovers' qurreis. Tills U sickness and bad Manning the other comer position Accepts

luck are natural enemies, or U there .is an evil & AIR will be Clarence "Cow-

'influence. Does not tell to please you.but will elite truth. Oner boy" Ellis a ,.. junta who Cbairataaship' For Give Sit.

t tr {visit will repay yon for disappointments:: In all othirs.She wlQ CONDITIONINGyojr averaged It.t points per gamp

tread your We like an open book but also help yoi out of your last year as the team's sixth TALLAHASSEE. Its Florida's Governor Claude R, Kirk,

TROUBLES. Como and see why you are so uAappy when max In the middle will be Jr. has accepted the. honorary chairmanship of the Oranges

r i everything seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted, Janus Anderson, a ,-, senior Blossom Classic and Festival Com.mH. according to an

sick and won led when you can be helped and everything<< made your; hoa: wilt! : who moves Into a starting after announcement by Dr. Benjamin L Perry Jr president of

'Clear by consulting TUB GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody weU -C .a'r.r.l Heating ai+J Air three years. u the graduated Florida AiM University and chairman of the OBC committee. *

come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. 1).10' !Glhamt4nhad System= Mel Jones'unAarstedy. The 36th annual Orange Demerltte, David H. Dobbs
( mistake. the address. SSTEU BESSIE u leafed north of + Minus Mack Da.ctW1. Ted Blossom Classic will match Jack Kassewltc. Arfaur'

CaUabnn on U.S. el. \fl mile from City of CaUahu.. Florida.. Anderson John 1)a'luDl1 Howls the Florida AiM Rattlers and Lackey, Willis Murray'
:Jhone-e79.t250. Harlow. who will retarn tn the Alcoa AiM Braves. The Bernard E. Nary Charles C.!

WATCH. FOR HERSIGNIN FRONTOFHOUESAcrau the street.: S123 IIUIIIII II. .January may, has been eiperimeatlsg game will be pls/ed Miami's North EdwU Pope, Mrsl
I rr atom SPORTSMAN MOrEL. with several spacious Orange Bowl Stadium
Alaalle Range Lew Price/c
Open daisy| from I a.... to 10 p...., Including Sundays. i M 3111533eay backcourt combinations, necking Saturday. December 7, at I Garth Re ves. William RoUe.a

( :THIS CUPPING ENTITLES YOU TO A$5.00 IEAD! Glor $2.00 1 the right duo to a.w.tbehams' o'clock pam Don Shoemaker William j.ot
attack. EsceU Seals a
additional to Dr
Perry Stirrup Robert St Rohertw
app,
'-3 f freshman hot odd the
P other OBC committee members G. Venn and James Waaa.u
military and Earnest Taylor from FAMU are: David C. Other members of the OBC3

bet a 5-10 speedster whose greatest CoUinetoo. George W, CODOI,. committee'
? Anrahasp
pickin are:
.. Mack
you tame to date' li that Dr William, P. Foster Coach Brown; Fells Cosby, MoBsalei
have the
Daacttr, nephew.
.
A.I. Eddie
Gather Jackson Davis. James c.Dt. Clifton G>>
decided edge r1&Waow.Barlow AL. Kidd. Johnnie Latinvr. Dyson P.L. Goodrum Dr/X
r ,
who scored 341 points as a -
greyhound Reginald N. Nees. Frank C. George W Gore. Jr Mrs:1
frost last ...... 1s expected
Olds. H.R. Partridge and DtC.U. Beanie James, Som. .JohnsooJi!
back In the told tn January for Smith ,
UB. Klnsey. JH.E. Lee Jr J*
,
Rams
r the ;"meatof the ; OBC commitee aaea&berdlOlll
C.O. Lot. Nathaniel Poweu..II
schedule. The 5-10 Syracuseanwill
Miami are: William Baggs Dr Calvin
Shirley
Raymond
brlgkten.the" backcourtsttmtloa
William BrauiITheHoaorat UStever L. 81. ,
III o. Mrs LtRo&a'c
I 11 I considerably.._ Clark, Samuel
Cohen Smith
William
Vessel
DI_ and Mrs*>
who
Ironically the one nan
John
Critteadeft. David Carry Smith William
I could 6> fcf nil. wtth the begu- Dr. Ira P. Davis. Edvls Westey" Vessel sadLeroy /B
stag dabs. season wont be

t ellgfete 101 Inter In the you Albany ..il'sE"I'W.'lrs

; -' It's always ** *% .Joe Redtick, a 3-11 Cash frost *
.tr.X! d pleasure to get yii Syracuse, ..?..has the making
t'rt-s the Smooth Canadian. 01 a\r.'outstucIlIc pU/er. With TIGht Score Of 7'.72'ALBANY. ?

Seagram's VO. "1'. has all the tools and would

ORANGE ARK start tor us now. if..he were Ga. Edward Waters College lost Tuesdayelglta

eligible" Rnlney said. "But Aba State whipped the Tigers 79-72. _

Reddtck, a freshman who must Willie Thomas EWCs leading scorer with n tt M.a.race.-**

;-. Swnm's! VO, KIIOMH by the' company it keeps. : tall ender the regulation kit &&. Gregory Wells dumped U. Albany State was too much *

CYMMMM)11-4ILaMUCIICSUS.YewWI55USCMe0.. POST TIME-IPM SAT. MATINEES-1:3t governing transfer -- The winners produced four players tn double figures with

I; Mh4M/f 5IIIUU Ce..IIC Ul l UH will not be nvallabte until the Wilbur bias dumping In S3 points, James Anderson II, Ernest

latter part of January Feels U and Clarence !tils II,



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SATIRIAY IECENIER 7.1111. STAt PAPER o PATE u.



Voorhees Loses Seasons! Opener In Basketball To Edward Waters CollegeAlcorn ''I




+ Has Superstars' Orliide_ Cepedi: kt, .VU Dmylltwfcller n Orlando Cepeda Teaches NAACP Urges Edward Witers Tigers SchedileImpressive



Galore And'a'siinding An True. For ClinicsBOSTON Rejection] 01 Proiri. FIr Seisn


Record ......-Orlando Cepeda of the 1961 National Ipemunt eC NY School Plan DENMARK S.C.Voorbees College Cagers lost their season.
-rinntog St. Louts Cardinals and Danny Lttwhller;leading the Tigers of Edward Waters College. Hattlme

LORMAN, Miss (NPR) UJS. baseball coach at Mkhlgaa State University, recently began' SwVoorbees holding tiMrtaUleado 4''Z. U11toa Jae .son
Bating the nation's top' a program of Intensive baseball clinics la Central- America NEWBURGH, N.T.*- The and Willie Thomas dropped. In 29 tad 11 of- Edward Waters'
and Panama. National Associationfor the
defensive rashlng club, the 99 points.
fourth test overall defensive The sports program Is .... batting and bunting base run Advancement of Colored
Surprising strength came from camber 9.
team and ranked 10th in the fourth In the 1961 series of Ring sliding, and fielding and People, acting on behalf ftcltl- Vorihees Jackie
sophomores, The remainder of the Tigers
of this bas called
clinics tens city
which the Middle throwing as wen is baseball
National Association IntereoiIegW.'ANoelatioa'a ;
American upon State Commissioner of Education Dlnklns ((37 points) and James schedule 1s as follows: Games
poll Sports Foundation, safety, practice drills. and Watson (ZI points). Voorhees'
7 Morris College
January
James E. Allen Jr. away- ,
me
(MAS), has planned for El team strategy. ,
wander if
people Alcorn has final 18
scorew'as points January 11 Florida
,
Salvador to reject Newburgh's present ;
Honduras .
,Nicaragua.Costa Cepeda and Litwhiler win
any super stars. Yea, we do Coach Sheri 'Ache Aklns has Memorial January 29 Fata
for the elimination of racial ; ,
Rica and Panama. MAS teach plan
: from lesson whichjave'been
have star there at Akom. plans
super Imbalance: in the public schools. the unhappy task of building a College; February 4, Savannah
was established
The defensive unit Is made u a non-profit published In manual,
aged team for the first time la sit State College February
The request was contained in ;
organisation form and'will distributed .
guided by be to
11 aggressive, quick and
Aside from Dlnklns and'WItIOD.
years. Benedict
a letter to Dr. Allen from Robert College; February
prominent Americans Indium coach
alert players that are Jelled every : attending thebue.ball '
veteran players In* 1S S.C. Area Trade School
,
Van Ller assistant
'Americans op,
staffed by clinics c char win 1'I
leading : *
such
together a manner that
elude: seniors John Lyles and Denmark February II Claffln
UJS. and Latin counsel of the NAACP. ; ,
sports figures receive sumcienfqiatitlUesfordistribution
can best be described u a Harrison James. Aldus does College February 21-March 1
Van Uerop objected to the ; ,
and
supported primarily by the to their teams
tenacious, insurmountable, defensive own composition of the School In. not consider: his task lnsnr SEA Conference. at Paint
Of this United Fruit Company and other for use u lesson* manuals
group. group mountable and Is optimistic
Ga.
College Augusta
Study Committee on ,
companies in the United tergratlon
States weal'teams
of 11 men and thelrsobstttates during training
about his tootles The new Borne garnets December 12
the grounds that It was composed ,
and Win America
will in the clinks
three individuals stand participate M
out: players include: Ellas Wilson Benedict College December IS
The only of members of the ; ,
clinics are designed to and Lttwhller
David Badley, DB; Rayford assisting Cepeda 6 Board of Education and employees Johnnie Brown, DoiflasStephens 6.00 p.m., Florida Memorial
Jenkins, MLB;Joe Owens,CLB. provide top-quality Instruction during teaching sessions and Elmore
dadney, December 19 Den
for coaches and T of the school system.Only College; ,
Joe Owens, CLB,b a 21-yar* players demonstrationsi member of' the. Carver Wright, James TudaL mark ChristmasClasale
old senior, $'3" weighing 216 throughout Middle America. Orlando Cepeda, wte played one James RoM sonStelnerWaldo
body was a Negro; John Rtuls, Voorbees Vs. S.C. Area Trade
pounds He Is toagh,aggressive Sessions are also open free first base for the St> Loals : Johnnie Johnson and
to the principal of the Montgomery Dwight School; January 16, S.C. State
public.
Cardinals during thet.'WorldSerbs ;
and a sure tackier.ery boulderT
Street School I' ClafUa
College January ,
Cepeda, named "Most win over the Boston Red,
In the and
strong arms Voorbees compete
e Tigers January SI Savannah
datedko'tmberl3 College
Valuable Player" in the Sox In 1967 has been cited Cepeda St. Louis Cardinals The letter ; ,
Orlando
1IIoIaS er1. A great pass rasher star ot the pennant-winning that the In the Colleges of South Carolina State College February I,Mor-
also city's ;
charged
National League la 1967 and several times by various will State baseball coach
on t red-dogging defense, Joe or- Join Michigan University Danny Tournament scheduled. for Mor Is College February 10
possesses good agUlty for Danny UtwhUer former major ganltatlons for his tremendous, Utwhiler la a series of teachmgcllnlcstortbe Middle American proposed desegregation raaonblsracial plan December atSoathCrroUna: Paine College; February It,
would not achieve ,
backward movements on passes' leaguer will review fundamentals contributions to.bssebkll'A Sports Foundation, Inc.; (MAS) In El Salvador Honduras, balance: throughoutthe State College and win meet ,Albany State College.;
backs man to man deep Owens and demonstrate the member of tbeiTKA?' ports Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and_Panama.Michigan public school svstem. Albany State at Albany.on De.
ao top notch pro prospect, has skills of pitching catching Advisory Committee, be Is a ,
blocked two punts, recoveredtwo resident of Guaynabo, I Puerto Coach
*.* ** Rico.
fumbles and ts a sure shot
for most small college AU. Danny Lttwhller .Is a baseball
American teams and AllSWAC. A&T Stale University perfectionist to 1941, he the Christmas
David Badley, DHBL Is a IIurold became: tilt first major leaguer Introducing gift

8T', 117 pond ,to play aa entire svasaa without
Junior, Pound for pound Had Will Be Minus making aa error Over period !
lay 1s considered the best of two seasons: ,' be played a nobody ever gotten before

athlete at Akora Making the record-setting Consecutive :
second I bum All SWAG last Klotli For Year games without aa error,putting n.II dtt"1..... Cbrlr1mM yak taft give dtt"?.lest werd M learboa.Sepal's lencMuM1.t .
sea too. Badley Is a cinch first his glove In baseball's HaD of
team man this year Be can GREENSBORO, ".c.-lf AIT Fame at Cooperstown ".T.
cover man to man with the basketball coach Cat Ir via dldat Currently bead baseball coach
fastest receivers, a sere have problems enough u he at Michigan State University I
tackier and very aggressive prepares to open the 196M9season he Is also president of tilt
against the nmner. David can ., he's got them now. American Associations I
think quickly I to key for runs Already hard hit by graduatloa: College BasebaO Coaches. I +
or passes, reacts quickly and and transfers, Irvin learned Many oatstaadfag sports
possesses excellent speed. learned recently that veUraa people like Red AutrbactL BUI i
Badley has Intercepted alai center Lonnle Butts will btchotasttcally Russell, Dick Williams, Jesse I
scored one toachdowa and 1s IneUglbte this Owens, Art Lenta of tilt VS. .

also wed as a place kicking semester to compete for the Olympic Commltee, and I
specialist when he has scored Aggies.ills. Vicente Feola, rodd-dmoss .
S9 points, a serious b'ow." said coach of the lao Paulo Soccer t i iI

Rarford Jenkins, MLB, U a Irvin. "It's Just like losing Club la Bratll and ethers art. baabsll l apt lad nrreot11
fo.yMTHOd. 1', 209 pound Willie Mays at eer rDtId.: involved in'lbe'UATellhte' "Danrt1 Lttebiler. former major 1"1\1I
at State (eerauyr'kU be joined bf
Michigan
each
hulls Is an Ideal Klutti was looking better than pro aru. baseball Cu41lWl
athlete stir of the peanant-wlnnlng+ Stto LOW ,
and U considered the he has ever looked Commenting on their activities Orlando Canada
KtuttJt: > had la the foundation Mr a 1 series ci. teaching clinks In El Salvador, Honduras, .
but to' one 'of the toughest a 9 stroagmaj. ; : For of the tour ls the I
positions on the field by" most' nhowa .ptemlNiffJserwtainder'fcrtg becoming at I president of MAS said, "Ttgte Nicaragua,,Costa aka, and Panama Sponsor
..eaatIIe.'IW''IdaIhdttri'? ?! b sportsmen, all wit,,,* -y- NII.-ku Sports FO D4.&Uoa. inc.. (WAI)., .....

.Athletic Conference' Fast; ."Of cosrs'we'cant throws' atloaal reputltloaaareconfident -, ,. ,.;. 'LL
tstroag and hits with lots of la the towel"said Irvin "Someof of the competence
power Baytord U a the to our experienced boys are. which the well-trahed and WEAR IT NATURAL( or J 1J
make the first AUSWAC team Just going to have to come conditioned athletes of Middle COMB IT'STRAICHTttr.HJ

this year Be has Intercepted along." America can: one day display la "'U'.." ".'1,
a.. passes retaralng them Irvtn will nnvell his team International competitions f Tbe ertsos a-aewiTn. :t., rW'hM t MR

7S yards for two touchdowns. against national saall-coUege world sports arenas provide ..:. "fr sire \: r.: ::3
Other outstanding mm on this power Akron University laths the one vehicle In which all Y erw.rIIGED IrL.aH' -
great defensive tam are Fred Greensboro Coliseum December people caa: compel oa u equal FISH 'II / =
t.rerN.
-Tiger" 1. In the Annul Blue-Gold basis, and the accomplishment ...., .. .
Carter 240-pound The bard 0 to *tplalnpeamto dllap. .p
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Junior; Waiiam Tale,201-pound lntratuad game last Friday, of aa Individual athlete oc learn ol game nab during U.e.* w.....
iaphomjre linebacker aa4Eoy the varsity wUlfped the freshmen asb"iaoarte of graajaationalpride" the winter iromlh can be mot* ... ,.1.'... .... f
Welch, UI-poadLi guard 12144.Sptrkngs pvrptoxlra. oupacUIly when theItkhln' '.. 4.:.'.l d..
lien In / Ruya CIIoItInl ...,
alibi team > -
varsity Frank McGuire bead
who Is real ;
mean,qalek.strong, arm dwent reepert a lease! / I",..wMURRAY'S z
and loves contact. Welch made were sophomore Billy Buckingham basketball coach at the Untver- 1QuIr.

the 1941 KAU District SO All- with 20 points each,senior city of loath Carolina and Fur ea I a v Iebi'rm s, r.ld. MAI* MUSING r
American team and should Larry Du., with points.. Bailey Hovel star of the wiwld wrlhrr and hues oflltHMil ..,..........u .
repeat this season guard Nathan Pettas with 15. champion professional basket* err t""irrdrd' Uw morn ....- e POMADE .. i
lot lust
Jot Uasy.. SeoJor.0 CLB,. lsperhaps pouts, and Charles Cater with ball team, the Boston Celtics, .tampIaln I MrrcMry&. haul lltrtlwwilii.. eh &hP repral chuteIcawadrswdueirrhe6414 "''..-.,1..'e.,e..i..... rl .e "I.ve .......-.... .
the mat underratedplayer 12 points. directed similarly successful r..r ....w.. ;) ;
m Alcorn' defensiveteam. The treshmaa team was led basketball clinics. In each of cuts U !. ......... irKkrdkrMf :. r,. "T'tc"':, :...., ... >1 11 ,_.: : .

Be ts a strong, good, by" Charles Evans of Atlanta, these countries.MAS UM> rkmmUTlit Muiurs:W Grip.turciioi A.., ...raooucM, to. s.-"kud."i .....iy fuek L.... w,....,.Se Pact.,....k titan.a far.Lat.uk,ivy.
to. | .5..n Ul8I .
dependable football player and Oa. with 19 points Elmer Is already being hailed simple they my Jua. CM "ffW M M tun ehcps.R
Antis of Greensboro with II by" prominent leaders from bundle up and ant
u out standing pro prospect null be Inn add. blooded
sttodIS3" weigilagttf points, and Larry CogdeU. with very field. both the UJB.aad ci *turM. Ate permitted by .
powSa. 12 points. Other members of the Latin America, 1acJ.1IA1M141 nature to maintain bodily tunfrUum -
OUt this outJtudIIIC AAT varsity are Larry Kearse of states tor Us meek-needed at a speed retuUUd by
aha sophomore DB Cleoptas and Willis Randan.Otbtr frau _- contribution to the people and the urruundinji lemperkture. WHATATOY..WIIAFABUY
Johnson and sophomore players are Marvin Mor countries of Central Americaand The colder U a ta. the murethwsUh { j
they buoume. nd the
Richard towel at safety rigs. Cleveland.Ohio:;John... Panama, and to to the caaseof : .... food U required In MisUIn
The offensive Mil 1s White PUlns7w.r.LamoaleArmstrong. better Iatu.Aaukaa.relations. IlL ;
by" MIIAI1OD&1 spearheaded junior Greensboro;Milton Clinic programs,are Yet they du lend un I limited : Ibxaco Jet Fuel Ihick. only $5.98 yourlbxace Dealer.Now. .1
Nunnally Petersburg Va. being developed ,nowlor! ,the tale. and can bn Induced to i .- ".. .
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quarterback Marvin Weeks who Fields bit a batted hunk un nccaxlon.Dnip ..... ,.... '....' .' ". -
Anon N.T4 Hoary 1969 MAS ,with .
has completed 94 of W season dRerlnn In the "I "' ; t
attempts for 1.S&S yards and Moore, N.C.: Ken Beaatoy Atlanta aiMit tonal sports being...considered deepest hide yuur*. where the water '
IS touchdowns while scoring Ga.; and Howard Rich., as part of the continuing will be warmest 0>ittamaprinm. ; : a
three ....If. Virgin Island program activities' for the, when known, are esmllent .) .
coming year apota.Soothing i ".' ; ;

Fart Villey Stiff WildcitsAlbiiy's ..... ... i. : 1'

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FO TVAU Y.Ga <-The Fort Valley State Wildcats football relief ,fer .!,,; '..

team dOMeS oat its season on a winning note crashing Albany's hard wekiNg i hands: .., r ; '
hopes for a victory. The Wildcats dominated the first half of ,1. + /it' _
play with the powerful running of Sophomore tailback Frank VAUUNC*' fUlMtUM mtr. For timid r? ti 'i
..edding who punched through the Sams' line for. long yardage ruueh' u, rb,pprd. Ihvy artunlty burl'outhrr ", 'TILtake two"" J
$ and ,..
wrrvvidri '" __ It' .
and Jwo YDsRtddtig a Iliaueus !-- : _

who rushed for 153 carried two men la tilt cod ..r.'..'", .. ..p "
yard 10: the night. Increased utmost meMlure hrttrrthan .
none for another Wildcat TO wabry rrra-an andatioa .
his season total yards gained Just S minutes and S seconds *. irt; 'V..Jhlr.' tJ'I l i
to 1.0JS. 'Be scored on TDsof later. Tattoo tossed a 2 point l'rlnoIrv"J""y""tiny ar
IS lAd S yards coming off conversion pus to end Tomiar. a liltl. inure thaa for.
of U and 75 yard drives, the Willis to make the score ZJ-'. ulkrr br.iubf aeVuri...... j
first with 1.-04 left laths first Albany Quarterback Keaale hrbudnJaru p4ttftk4l| .ar
quarter and the latter with Sao :
Bute scoredonal>yardplunge "
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remaining In the second periodof and passed to end Charles '
pur.. Sealer Quarterback Brows with 10.JJ left la the l' I I"f
David Tahoe. connected with 4th quarter for the X point i I ; A
Flanker Bonnie Low. com conversion to bring the Ramsa S
Dieting A ZS-yard pass play 55 little closer. Their big effort i
seconds Into the second period. came off of a 62-yard drive,
Place kicker J.B. Williams and Just 19 seconds remaining
nude good on an three PAT ts the ganu F.B.Johnson made

attempts as the Wildcat. closed good on a 4-yard ran up the
iMtthehalfofZl-0. middle aad cecoods later scored
Albany Stale put lIP a strong the S point conversion.
fight Ia the second half u they Junior -linebacker G. Ellison

scored first on a ,-,.,. nbnge capped Fort Valley's scoring \ '

by" F.B. Budok Johnson with Intercepting u Albany pass,. ; 1 l.-.\ 'i "
IM left In the third 1 Uter. late In tilt 4th period. Ellison I .
Their PAT failed.. ran like a,halfback 44 yards ...4.lillllwcaIrlnitaT'L' Clu'ldm1'dyrdtrlparltt.; .

The -...' hopes were cut tar the score, putting his team 1. UUAACca;; : tJt1 cc..rucli..n. IVI.'Ih 111116 nu,'., TIIAC
short as Redding took over one act of rang for an'Albany 4d I
again. With the ban resting on comeback. The game ended +, I I"rcl. ;1aun'lliI1WI.I I'J2'iI' )...trT''XIC: 1 'raclil: ('.Inl. -:

the Rams' li-yard. Use. Red- Wildcat 3S.' Mass tt The il'l, 'E .f' '
disc took a baadoff up theme
Wildcats have a fine '-I record .

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SlOE ii -.. ', '''';v' STAR .PAPERS SATIRIAT. lUHrtr. mi,

;IPT. naIllt1t DON'T BE A DROP-OUT; ". i Cycle
curt SERVICE TEST : Graduates First
pe tab1e couple. No cfiild- x' Urban League Yoitd. Held
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reD 353-9942 STAT IN SCHOOL;TOGETA .
Prepare at home for government tJ 'U t CONTQrUED' FROM PACE 1killers

entrance exams. For TITOIINfi GOOD JOB, YOU MIST i .1 netted about $4,000..
details rood name, address Ace d II to information
chtWfrom 0 r r
yourself
phone number, to: Change or roar :.BE! .EDUCATED received, the bandits planned
"A". Lan
'F" to Teaching
Box 599
NATIONAL, c/o P.O. 1l: to boy a Uoncrlef fish tore,'
art, not a "Get it yourself'proposition. .
Jacksonville. Florida U201 .
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If one knows what IAIIEI WAITEI _:4 k1T BOW np for sale for$1,000.They,
HUES CIMIINATIII, be is doing why should' he Williams Barber Shop, planned to boy hornet and
guarantee results" Free de- .33 West State Street. furniture. Young, U.wu palDt4
CONSOLE MODEL with solid monstraUon. PL765.4841after ing the walls of his home when.
state radio. Take up payments wrested. Hew fatalists there,
oo beautiful stereo I monthstad 4p.m. HIM Fll RENT cost about $%,300, according,

: 4-speed record changer. MOTEL 2126 Pullman St.Nrw bit.house to Saber and Deyo. Some of the.
Balance due $61 or $I per turn Will rent rom w/use of fantture was still la crates..
month Ph. 3531946 anytime: 12 rooms, prints hath $5.00 The continues. ,
lag rm. and kit. 353-1403. story
Ask for Credit Meager Will 1 II)rooms, semi-private. $4.00, Young, a Chicagoan and

deliver no obligation. 1606, Day' time ( -prlnte$3.00.Weekly DinUns, a new Yorker met:
Main St Jacksonville.. Rate (plus tax) APT. FOR RENT Prosser at various actrrtOeSr

EDEEWOOO MOTOR COURT 3 nice rms &' priv.; bath; Dn. here. An three had copies of.

2 HI. All BRICK' INTEGRATED> Elec. & water larD Close in, the netIc afy-sold magatiaa: ,
Convenient to bus. $16 00 wk. Muhammad Speaks,In his home.
S911 US.: t,Cor.Edgewood Ate.. 3U-6472. 448 Beltort. Other nationalist material was
TOWN HOUSESRange Phone: 764-000-Always Open found..

As of Wednesday, the three
APT. Fll RENT
l & iii TOR MEN/DID/ WOMEKor accused men were charged with
bath. Fine locatlon '
4 nice rms '1: The slaying of William J.
Refrigerator AH ws, Comententtobus&Erny., Japoor, 52, well-liked taper-
Take New Of PROVED NATUTE* Water fora. $17.50 wt 2315Rosselle visor of the Daylight Chain.S .

TABLETS for that tired, ran Street. : The death of Security Guard-
HIT JIM UN! '
down leeUqt1la1tHp1OIIIrona c.orp.Jcbsoa, 60, a Daylight
enjoytaf life. employee who was shot co-
II "SKAT"
SLIM 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets II IISCBINIIATION November 23, the same day of
$5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. the killing of Japour by the
bd. rai. brick A
FHAYUECAN 3 t 4
EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES Lovely carbine wielder. 3: The slaying.
block homes in Sherwood of John R. Armstrong M
Dept. FS. sin K. Broadway, ; ,
INC. Chicago, iniaola 50626SIICEI Forest. l-1/3 baths Oak Firs. during a robbery at his First

carport, lam lotI..1AJW down ____ __ and Began Streets store. bvestlgatioa .
payment, mare la quicuy showed that carbine
7N3 IEI UNIT II AITIMATIC
SUM REALTY BRK. 3S3-7203
bullets were the death-dealing
CBISIlfMOBEl instruments In all the shootings.
76S :U79'VETERANSIJ lt'l
IIMES FOI SALt i
machine ; a n t They have been suspects also
Sewing Ztg Zap. f Bd. rm. Central beat A/C .. m the November 11 robbery of
Blind stitches,buttonholes decorates S baths. RIbaolt Scenic Dr. r' '(' ; '7 '. ; .", < 14 /" the Family Finance Service atM

$330. Has, etc.a balance Ordinal& of $62 price or, 3$11,500.Bd. rm. borne C/P.R/Wflj. l .. 'j .. :,' ;:; ,: < > __ .., .! ; the West robbery Eighth of the Street Oceaaway and .U

reliable assime party$I monthly U this payments.area can Fait trey U. lot, $'.000, Shown above are some of the graduates of the First Cycle. of Interested parties should contact the urban League for more Drlveb Theater. Earlier they-
NO MONET DOM S brk. come. 19th St Shown receiving a Certificate of Graduation front robbed a Kings Road drai dote-
Win take older machine latrade. rm E. Pro) eet A.lSJIT1.CTIOK.! on the Westslde, aa Urban Lea foe, Information.
I Ask for ",000. ptoect. There was also a class condjcted oa: the Eastslde. Mrs Bowen are,from left' :Willie U Gilbert Urs Relea Ford, of about $1,000.
FOR 13 OMBEDROOM Ph. $53-1946. 9 rm. cotUcQvadeSt.$4aoO, This is a flft en-WMk edncational program destined to help the Urs. Doris Johnson, Urs. Aitamese Dixon Ulss Dorothy U.
I Credit Manager. Will deliver, $100 dw. $46 per mo. 'participants pass Job-< I no obligation. IN* Main st., S rm. cot., pr. $,!.&OO $600 of Project ASSIST/ACTION' is now la session. Classes are held .Patricia A: Uartu, Miss Gloria Taylor Miss Gloria Sparrow Carnegie Ore is

i Jacksonville.HlrfCltS. dw. $60 per mo. &. Sjh Stt on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7 tolOp.m., at New Stanton. Urs. Valeria Shuford, Urs. Monsoon UcCleodoa, Mr. ,Jesse
lots together city water. The Instrortori are Mrs. C.C. BonD and Urs UCt Thomas Coons, Uiss Jullaette Cammap, and Miss Patsy Gammaas.MEMIIIAM coirrmuED FROM PACE u

:, All BUCK MOMS'ON -75*, $3,500 for both. W. 40th St. -. .'II'rc ".r.. w Intensive work and hlghlrvtlInstructionlabthavloral

URGE lat I IKBEAOTIE.Dl i. 'rroceuej..J2.50 Call Sat. Ua and alldaySunday.E ADVERTISE' MEMBIIAMUrs. sciences a two- a, retreat,..
Waters
j da a Poll!*;. salesman, E.S. Edward a set of books, aa opening and,
Coleman, rag real estate bkr. IT PAYS CertradeBrown-Holt closing banquet> and the op
; Iulsnriq. 1 UUeharry Ave. 761-0441. passed away I years ago today College Singers portuntty to meet sad talk with
4: December 4, 1963. Musical real leaders la the black
I To Give
BARBER COLIEGEJHC. I There Is aa open fate at the commaity.
CARVER PINESI I end of the rend ... The Parent Youth Organisationof Called the PCDR Urbaa tuna.

131 Itiis St. 255.1114I Throat. which each most |o, Mt. Olin A.M.E Church will ttve .. the
FrJClD.UlI: APPLIANCES 4t. alone present the Christmas 'ogramtwda7 PEDS prolasssploenlPeograa I I Is

Inn Birlirtei There U a light we cannot see, December 1. at 7.30P.B. wort.1Ac.tIr the dlrectloaof
KIN.60IN .
3s48 48 Oar Father claims His own ., la the chars*. la the Dr. landau O. Prkeproeet)
ON flATEIMSVULCAN A fEWCLASS STARTS YOUR OWN HOME Steed: Mr. and Urs. W.J. auditor torn. The Edward Waters director sad executive vie,
Cross, chlldrea Urs. Lent Collage Choral anseinble, directed president of PEDRvAa "

) :INC. LACH MONDAY -=- ALL NICKI3IEIIIM Brow and Mancy Brown h by H. Alvin Greene, will Adv If ory Committee Is
} friends. \ :. composed of some of the..
))11 1U.311.! IMIU Ml. EsdtattDeoScu1, AIM* representative and concerned

It. CARR11aQN White Hea., pciadella; leaders. from both the.black
MEM1IIAI ''All of My H.srt's'Deep and white coaal&1tlee'eYer
... A, I u JTCTvlag of my
_. IMpO also
brother,.Jut. who Yearning 8U'lIlj Rids 01. gathered 'tegether la .Lei
Mo.I passed December 2t King Jesus Shaw; laaoceat AntiUs lor a common cause,
bPI-F' away ,
SPECIALJACKSONVILLE G = 1987. Your memories wW live Lamb Bartholomews Poll according to Advisory Coav
I N st' Chariot Cain; EteUel Saw TU mittee Eieeutive Secretarylaltlmate :
rlan .III heart always.Signed .
5 V my WheeL Dawsoa I Want Jesus, ,
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INTERVIEWS ; Scott, JJD.SenUnar .
owl SALES OFFICE :: Brother Robert Carrtson. -
at ,
a4g
to walk With Ue, Green and partlclpaats will
DIVISION 3Otrt .
A ST. CXP
Medley of Negro Spirituals.! read, dlscass, write Ustea,
Apply NOW le slim,' yevrpenenol GRAND PARK HELP near CANCER WITH Gras Two organ solos will argue and analyse.. : They she
interview be presented AU are 1m.ted .
will have I chance to apply?
A CHECKuP ASD'A CHECK
their knowledge std skills to
tea a apeclDc and practical alas
On Tveidoy Wednetday, Ihvrtdoy, Friday, e3 problem Los Aaples.

.r Saturday December 3, 4, S, ft, er 7 JACKSONVILLESHIPYARDS Upon completion of the M.
minar. It ls expected that
participants will bare further
T* Ml IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 01 ACC8IITAITSSeveral clarified their values, la.

lOCKHEED-C OROIA COMPANY INC. ae&uating creased their knowledge sad
i pjsltlOM win IMXJU be open at on DeW Improved their skins ladeuUtgvUb

.' Cwu..drl.quw.Ou.bh.d| Jacksonville plant. These: luciude lIETEUE current. community problem

FLIGHT UNI MICMANICSl *.
Mu..y..e .....1 l k.e..1 kxgr ArA"" N d.el. FINISH MARINE PFC JEWEL UORTOM '; ICCHITillS
fives .M pnutw .. t4gh1 Ir.t .1Ite..... .,,4 I..elIlghl CARPENTERS '
la of and I
PIPEFITTER our son
t.c..l. F"'rr t.at t.4.et..r ? memory 101ll' )Rf} nrith Federal and State, taircturts Appointed'CHAIUAI
,, .. ... brother Pic. Jewel Carl Uor. "
.,,..ie ,."" "obIr"w" }.. ow.It,w.tn1peMlr..y.Mtngri..d .. '
tan who departed two years 'It'C'
) SHEET METALMECHANICS : COST ACCIIITAITPretervtome
ago December:: S, 1966 The one If al.
love remains with The we u.
STIUCTUm ASIMIll ,
Mi.i.ui _ytts't 0 mi.H Sinai<<..,.,.....w,.,r.- love Itself lives on and kaowledfe of standard cost systems

.rw. d....eNe. .......d...1464h Ii 'eWot b4 v..h w..I A"i|....." ""..llyliiif M.d...l.it. cherished memories donf tad.
..1IA" .-d..eL4 do'. ........ b.- "Mtw.en. CoM..trton Job. In fiof..", Mutimwni 011'.'.* .1! Because our loved one U cone. IIVEITIIT CIITIIL,
w...h I I I onth.JACKSONVILLE. I believe by the Grace of Cod
he will rest U -
peace. All
ASSIMIIYINSTAUIIS -:: I Mr. and Urs. James
Signed
AI/Y/IISON :
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MMOTUI* t... y.oo*'!i IIetI.q.M... 1..ttsb... Jr MAIITEIAICE ACCIIITAIT
Morton parents James .
realkcetwaIra. ...,.ff\Kesel..d..Kh..iret.wl" SHIPYARDS
.. .. Ronald, Brace, Dale, Wayne
o* tcioti.MU I her i ability tied"I"'i. ';
.., SOUTHSIDI DIVISION Morton brothers. Requires accounting decree 01 equvaleat tithing and
tl.kl.I..4 tK I tt''l!" he""J ",0.
olHINOIICKtAVf. experience
Fl
por
fiNAL ASSIMIlilS SItUc t U-GINIUL I. f r.d I app.w a.i., ,..,.';',rw I MEMIIIAM Rev. WUlie Austin,showahereof
1..7Ie' ,flOlt pf n':\(( H >*...!...... I.boic.. .EM Ptaatka. receive his
No., i.klkt..o 0 dr r s.pt'' arokled i :'; ISp.torw IACTEIIIUCIST IIAUTY tHIRSt appointment as pastor of the ML
ir d 004 er .a.bod andHYDIAUUC Olive A.U E, Church of Duov
.
i 'L._. F1ut/born ob.1oty Ie Ned &l'Mltt bkwN.nh" Position available so>. in out
dtkMt...d.cb.i. .,.1 polar: 1 modern wwll-equipped qualitycontrolled : hiss, Fta., r e e e ally for
,
>' .... the ninth time Rev. aad Mrs.
r AND PIUMIINGINST AUKS liboratoq.GeQutres Austin have been wekoned eathutlastically -
M..w..u..I......, nrt\o/t! \ .. .......i.IIMU"" ITI Jib-'M degree la microbiology. Some' a I a V e their
.I"r.o"Ioc.'i ply.. .,away rq swrs**. Muilh"*..ohJ. ,Ub ezprlen t p ere cd.: return The minister and his

'V'......d ptu.l, +. cbgn.1\CfoIelr..."..btu.p.i..tii This isJthe I 1 4 'AppltrWPerwtoScmdGesum'tLtT ? wife are successful businesspeople
h.r.i..uM p c. of the
city
lT*!( f'
: .. nicest .'
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ElOCATION QUAUFIp ASSISIANCI APPLICANTS AVAILAILtOR .. .;' "'' smoothe stbourbor ,f.....: 4Y r, I!, ITIUTIES FiIEMIN

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&;
.J Must to cmperlel*'ed la steam

A/FtT1NOWAT;; : I f. \ t.jl ... --- plant 'operatloa. Heavy HAMPTON.' Va OCPO..:.

FLORIDA STATE ever to come Emphasis on ,refrigeration Dr. Jerome H.Holland,sociolo-.
ammonia and frees systems. CUt and president of Htmptonlastltite
EMPlOYMENtSERVICEjacltenv'nie' out of : \ '.,$. .,. has been elected
," .'
4 Planned
# I,,. I chairman Parenthood-
Kentucky. Apply. la Person World Poptlatioi. t+&* no
t.i.r..a. yvr p.,....dlpt ,......... with s I.ckk..d" ARDELL SMITH L call birth control a term ;ofCtaorldd.
t. .Mnloli... who w.I.enduR'. int.rvNWs Oft tll'". w .. b* said "are 'not
lio Y.W.Lud.t.thv"d,fLI4dY.n4Ssl.rdq W j i la loving memory of our dear aware 01 the real a.ea."inf of
I Dell"'"'J.4. ,.'."4'1, son tether and brother, Ardell amily pUnatnff and Its ......"
Smith, who passed away December N The first Megro to hold the

N 0" i.N.vi, w it vt yrtnyn/ Iiikw.. .. wiie lOt i I. 1964. IdAOheuser a&Ht'.1, Dr. Holland
t j Lodh..d. .G.aeb f"akyne.t 011k.. nn KwyrI (I We loved you so much but the Busch by tmpltratlon. took Us.e vli
i ton Court. $.(..MorieIt4, <;.otlliB JOO6O.Lockh.d. Lord saw tit to take you away.Your .those who s birth nvtrol asa
it en equal>opportunity'''''flo1.t. memory will forever be. ursss of oUitoratiajr the
Find out Signed: Mother. Leona Hooks, Black population.TtriST.

EMPLOYMENT OffiCI is LOCATED IN MUlmA. daaghers and brother. .. 111 JIM ATE. lACISIIYIllE ,LA. 32211
GEORGIA ot th. InI.rtefK..f 1-7'North p1,Htphw.t yourself. ,
210. Tr.v.Unl N..th. Swth.e I-1S, t.Ii the LOCI.
f
i HUD. br. AIR..it .n4 s.... ."..'", tth .,.1. IssA ... Fights 1 q| A a 10-Aa Equal Opportonlty Employer lAlftlVUst
EMPLOYMENT OFnct.i .
H'worela
Discrimination type at lad
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.' in Jobs per minute accarately.Salary
l N1ER Thf 1. EOUALEMPLOYMENTOPPORTUNITY dole $"00 per n laerWrite ---.
0 KH GE stating experience
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sad .M .. s... COMMISSION JaiType
1100 C Sl a w wash D.C.20506
as P500p m ECHO ammo DUTILUBV. LOUISVILLE. KY.
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