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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 14, 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:
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Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 14, 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:
UF00028362:00795

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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-. tad gartagt charges hit a snag Tardy u two of 1U sponsors
f. _M wltbdrsw tee 1 Ir names leaving the mayor without a majority
which be had boasted bt. had-4o put CM UU.
Jail Weal CM mkyor fa able to np MOM hates tad brine some
wavering council: members back la 1IM to vote for CM Ufl tt te .

i tovol Man Bites Polic an-Lands. In doubtful council Thursday It wffl be ftlght.passed wba uS If It II brasat. before the I

stle-leasebaekprotoct
KA3LEM 'PUS-Moclpels a
I Growing protests from representatives PFW' 7
Street U New fork's Barley
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vine a Wa wo.-Ua store oa "
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rkw aa artlsfs rtnd rlnt of tbt doe afttr It hi sold to a poor
hm Bslatalatd. u almost + ,
bostatstmaa for lee trtnhal btotftt ell De
Croqptt Hero
constant watch over lbs council
coontioalty lts U. to tbt plctmrt, kB to rlfbt art Rcb.rtC.
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u they wrestled with the bill fa r
cbalmaa B Wratt Watttf. Canaaa CASSIUS,4CLAY
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Wrkwood Woolworth ;
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believed< to hart stimulated the
Baptist Charth; James F. Galas Jr., cbalmaa ot-E ittabto action which Cosaellmta r.'i
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of tat UJB. and Car.aiJoo.i,
Lift Asranac Society Wallace Covtagtoa and KarlHartley )... I
tau preild..lbflarterBerliMandWeflltondaest la removing their I

banking slum.New. bunts from the 10-mssponsors of tbt bUL ,
D Is tilt also that tbt clamor of lee poor people spinet excess
taxation finally meted Cooacllmu Earl M Johasoa who 14
Yorkers TO JAil'I'N MIAMI torn lone silent and known to favor the farbaca tax. thereforeplacing
SignHistoric his kiln t till gronp wbott van GIll mayor felt bt b4te

i To the surprise of Johnson rot to tbt floor and

........ rtmasrunrttrws tloojotntlr stated that bt "cJ.s. DOt la food conscience stpport''
a bill levying sch ft high increase epee tee poor. B. said there

I Contract inn lltlllf ExChampion Says lillle Rock And art 101.000 people "la 1I1ttr OYtrtJ"laJacbonvtfendhgshat:
tbt tcooonk gap tetwm tee rich and tte poor ta widening."
Johnson bad become the object of ndtrcsmot criticism from

KEW YOU-r.w.'WooIwd oaropuwlAD lllU4a raqu.a With Officer Birmingham Put many qartefl baste of a feeling that be ...aligned with tte
1.-Ind-i.t..bct arraar.mu( test will traaaftr owotrchip ofOM "ponr strect-re." But the barsbtst criticism can from his
ef Us sujor atom U Hal torn to black dU dpwla GIll Jail Term Helps fallow councHmin, M Godbott. wbo stated at ft garbage tai.
obHcUw) of btjttflu.U tbt tattrt Hultm comm airy TLU wasftcfeitrtd Oi W. leaver I Negroes In, High Posh I ants meeting recently,lIst Johnson ahostd "..*.ortr to
thromh tbt combUMd tttorts of ft grog ell social Ortega with tbt sift-stocking crowd, sloes bt data't seem toIDdIrItud
OnutcUl sod black kadtrs laclaltac Harltm frMdom Assod*. Two yocftf BM. wtra tailed Two Metroes, both firsts, one tbt problems of tte poor.
r sal Cuter Dtrllnd, and ..w.JDC; IBT. U* I bttters; tbtEo hls.wttk alter bariftf btMaaaiAalM9m la Little Rock Ark the other Tbt protest Mftlatt tilt Wil which Word han toiled a|ltJft*
: .!tAbW.Ltf,t Mat,.i Sooty jod the Amtrkaft r 4 ttaicfalaskfiM. poi or load In- : te. BUmiBf>aBv. A*., were .ft.Aa,.1.akftrft lor ,**.. we** and garte.t .etfteoHea begs.
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tbotftflsrbttlofoatdtbt :: : \. ; rasptcttTS ftdmlnlstratloos last trtrof .. /.
"Tbt satirt fOtci *heompbHsd. Dr. Wyait Tee Walker was Cualie WIllwlLru4. fro i coadaetfag: lit coaacil Ite
) sentence he wfll ottt
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Clay me ....'*Both eatiratlastiela threateaed
aUftlsttr of Pat Canau Baptist ware Chartsr thai there woald bt aleotioB .after eleetlaa
wOl M vabwd morti .- st'=:aloe Nat'15Th Alt tamed himself fa, hat/ two days ahead of the opening
than W mQIkA., tt ..terotwproptrty Chr .. Lut4. tt, Uti : Monday tbtlr appraisals of the positions sad limit after bwiaif mien I tarn fend. to ffaaace .
tobeBamedbyttecharch was riot n tbt hip and ,December II, at tbeDadeCoimty cf his Champburger Restaa and both have pledged Cat city's Improvement ft'i") ".
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KH-W WastItlth Trustees
locattd later rtteaa.4 from tee mtdl Ian to begin' a 10 .day sentence rant "here.Wbea.be.
bad tad art Dr. Witter Robert to serve. trie O. Simpson. publisher of tbt FLORIDA TAX remtadd
ttrttt Tee cal about ttt wu boated abe for driving without a liee&se. came to tbt Mil the InBIrmlsibamAttoratyATTOBKBIBBDBIS
Carter general eoaasel of tbeKJUC& ( fee couch that tilt tax bin which TanUer described ama
eomplctad store art btlftf sold with The sentence banded don fighter, wu surrounded by newsmea .
Mamie/ Clark city jail aid cbarpd wu ft "hydrogea bomb'i will devastating effects
> Dr. ,
to Mwljr>forml Barkm frt*< extevUvt; director of North sodomy with aasaatt dlpol. year and a half ago.: 9 sometimes radio aad tele tile poor as tbt hydrogta bomb ta tt was dropped sea
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doll\ .a I$< .
Wffibm pmetr two decades
;aab4) the p.rcbaatr side Center; Rev. : to poUct reports be.was glad to refer While fa the Jail be
James of the Minfaterbl ... t1tiasaid Adding utnoUooUpU.to the council wis Mrs, .
to na&act tbt txojed.Tst.martgtge) rasa Assocbtloe; Boy teats Leva's cuaigBenjamta where bt started tleCASStlS -'scbedoted to bt a trmtty. per. aa laststdt poverty program worker wbo told membersd
finaadnfof muter II cf tW 1 1 s w a r t, forming hoasehold duties to tbttail's
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asecntive director of CORK) Cornell that tbt poor ptoptt "will remember names aid tacts.
'' 115.000 was prorliUd by otEojoltablt Wlagate. esee tlvt was bowed ea a chare of tew kttebea aid boadry. s Hey gravy, back aad white have filed Into tht council chamber
Ute Assunact So. dtrector Uvtegatoa d tilt Hew fork Bubo and lasclTiosa condact aad alsoPalrolmaa Minister Clay said be would day after day and alght atttr Bight u a pried of tie tai Ufl

'ckty as put UsputktpaUooin Iou,,,; Ned W. Thompson.chairmu boob4 Ia Ibt city JIU. read his Bible while fa tbt Jail. and a march oa City Ball was planned sadist this week bat was
tbt blUlaa<4oltar tontrtltyla said that
B. L. Ptanktttr** Aa aatboribUlve spree
of tbe charch's board caned off indefinitely when tbt weather turned" cold.
program of lbs 11ft Rt,. her Moore.nlaister tut bt lo nd tbt two Ina proselytising fa not prohibited The moral to the story of"'Ibt tapending Death Of tbt Mayor's'Tar
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tnsvranct U.indostry...c II JUM.tlooalmorion II bang of Walker Memorial la ...1100 block of West I!! fa the Mal raless there fa tbeposaJblltty Tbs Poor Bill' Is that wbta the poor black and watts watts
I Beaver at abort ta.Ba.Btawaktatd ef ft dtstarbance.
elected officials win react.
provided by" tbt Amaricaa FtatraUoaofUasicians Baptist Chad,, aad tbe Bev. Lou aAef...* Clay wu weiring a braided protest, :

Earl Moore, minister of St. moeiaf S rfaat ii:. Williams white mock tartlene?k .w....

Baritm Fnodom Associaitsaald Plat Baptist Cbarch. Wool to tbt scene.Aaardog sad blue pinstriped pints.Stekley Friend Of Robber
|,t plans to covens tbt load Robert C. Klrkweod, to PUnkstt LOTS
io Baptist Cb rch: .worth ctilrmiB, laid tht stombted oU of toe car and fata, Wares i4
1U Wed llltt Strtct. and Cb&! pint .to present tbt bad to tbtfffffm attacked. ... true him nr CUT

tbt chats wm pot ft com .ntfy throogatrssteestipof puck era!. food bUu.& TWa jreaag training for tilt championship.B l Of Pilfers li Caught TryinaTo'
am..oIlllachIU.tI.u.trute. tbe Canua Baptist Love dtltTtrtd oat or two blowsbrtaclBf Arthur Shores Is tbt ..outMra'CttJ'
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.. to adrbt on tbt act glee tbe Bartem comiainlty tbt Palrolnua' to his was also there tbat bt wumtrodaced first Negro city council

of tbt futart Sacomt for all ofBarlem a piece of the actloa by as ..... Be skied to tbat oat or to tbe Maslim"... religion NlxtiGBZEWBORO.Cerkiee man. Be was sleeted last week -
made
bW hn Whet owatrstte of which, he said, me 4o tbt last nlat-aembtr council
Barkm Fwdom As two more Wee tat was stopped: X. C. Black
ail very nfambte property with tbe most coatrovtrsial athlete &rmlchisl said to fill the umpired term of a Give Friends Dope
socktu Is ft Umtttd.partatr- mgr Ikea sbot la the kip by Pa* fa till world." activist Stokley
ship composed ft cress tfa faeomt eveateaUy flowingto trolmaa WUUams.WUliams returned from this week that the election ofRlchird counrllmin who dad
the beoeflt of tbt. attire Clay has Just Attorney Shores said, "I am
Mctloa of back dtlaaos from kit. Lore several Klxca to the Presidency
vafloos ,wafts o( lite, and of-., hunk,* times with his plslol and warned u evangelistic tour and said fa going to "polarise tbt whites happy the council saw fit to Four robbers armed with Taw first fa LtonardD.Bamp-
heirs of tht Uftstmaat Who tea beta working GIll battler that bt. wooldbt shot be preached to more tbu 7,000 against the blacks. appoint ... tt Is with a feeling ,three plstoU.c kalfe. Jut Friday toll 14.1IM Helena,alsochar.
tnlti Carter,Btrlladi wtthft ember d Negroownedmaaatattarfag if be dktol detjst plflOU.u II u address to more tbu of humility that T accept tbeappotntmeat Ilnd dike mobile home of ged with resisting arrest with I
t.Dd flrabed, compaates, te to what plans be will, 1,600 persons al A & T State and I look forwardto Trader Click, 4171 Philips .violence t.Dd"u.asitatrtng u
( MTbt partlftpants hatt ea* Hid to Map them attafa tbeo have daring his incarceration adversity. Carmkhul said, "1 serving my city and aU ofUs Blghway, at aboui 10 JO a.m., officer.WUUe.
T fiattrtd ft badmark la the aJity, laiformlry and brge- Top AsiUtantWUJLliMD.eTPBJET pugilist said, "Jail win be good think Bkhard Biro fa going to people. bound Mrt GIICkindIkSIZ maid WilsoB, U, 11M West :
: i rtform of bad owatrsWp! laOisadnaUcad sole mercbaaidse prodocttoB for ... I need to etptrteace pobrlsa white by slng Megrou.Be The eminent lawyer Is the first aad toot five television sets, a llth, wu charged with carrying 1 1a 1
'Mm ettjhborhondi/ ,vended. for r**.** dl trSsdbm what many of my fellow black fa far more dangeroos tbu to sent la u elective pod1aa.IUhll' pistol ft tape recorder aad wat concealed weapon._ .'
mea are experiencing. 1 need anything we have." Negroes hold cbes sad clothing according. to Leroy Clark, M,'uu 0a.It,
to sacrifice so"I will have-more Carmichael. tile prime minister appointive posttloos in the city local police.After and Woodrow:Can.M.. 410

,;Suit ChallengesPrivate derstaadtag. of the sack. Panthers, bad .of Blrmintjham. IllterJq tilt aabU lIeD. Lockhart Drive were charted
Be went oa to say, "I've never Attorney Shares tutbef"Th said wltt carrying concealed weap-,
bee invited to A 4 T to fa- one of the robbers armed with
beta confined or fett the lone city la molar treat ,oat. ('; was also charged with.
... how ftagnrate a lectare series of the -ft kaUt, threatened Mrs. Glide. art
ttaess. Fit know about" TJblverslty's newly for med Afro-. strides la cbaailaf\ its Imaie. I Qickstefa aid be headed about 1PIIdIDc. I
Club Bias till blacks feel fa Jail. woeld. American Center. .think the appointment will Increase HOO to tilt roIIbtr. eI'.COIa- Officer Fetch said, tsltithir-

CIaattarMJ said he .Asked whom be voted for fa the confidence of the pletelootlftg.etthekepe, fakfag tbe I ways saw oa OMof
ask for redaction of tbt sea*
a the Wt elections, Carmichael black commonly la tile city's according to GUckstela,"oat hit the men., te p be411r" ;
NAACP Lawyers ,lit SsltWASBBtGTON tax,. Shodd clay serve' tht. said: "1 dUnt vote, stayed efforts to meet the seeds dUi him"on the head, lid all fled oat of the robbers' Tbe robber

** **.** Jiome to class my pet" ell 1tI cJt1au." fain autonvuie.. wu A'tIdtatd sail after a kssetae. '
i : Tte U. S. 'aid servicing apprnslmstely: Be said thstvhllepeapleaikI5stool The Mwjftwmaker's 175,000 The first Patrobua\oa thsceae Officer: ffmuael ...

i. .... Coart tea decided to 100,000 persons each ...... NUrfM StateTeachers have finally t4 "'*M tilt home was damatad by dynamiteblasts was X.A. Imaaael.Qkkstefa to Futch's asstetaace. Tim lootiwu
..review.whether privately onto CieDen1l4'rertiaeIUIU offer racism exists. ''WbtIDelCerMfBaport fa 1MJ bat ao one was had worked ftimsatt recovered." .
aad operated "date and memberships fa tbe "ebb" for- > -- said there fa racism," :injured. Be spoke of the pbe* 'free and gave the officer a die Oa Wedaesday of this trtikthstar
II; recreational trw w1IJ bIZ lCt. tweaty-fivt cents. Get Carmichael added "we believed 'aomenal chaage fa attitudes :iscriptloa of the fsmway car. robbers were boa aver faCriminal
( grots.are covered by the CivilKAACP LDF attoraeys said II Dell it. Bet Rap Brown said beN dog that time.Btrnhlgsam's. Over the radfe another ffttrol Coati le slag
Act ell 1'-: brief tIiII1''aa1pkut.-bU' thing five years ago.** pcpalat1ca fa .drlyLi Fvteh,-.0.... test Their .yea -
: Legal Defense too .of people bow that Lake Kbufa Tulsa D. Syprtt has beenamed U AFT bib Carmichael, who also told tbe about 40 per cut Megro. Tbe patrol ear Bear Wrscinewwerd.fbt frkad wan aaeabyaaitryiag ... f
i UacaMooal' Frail,me.tW7)at- fa tact spa to tte white to tbe pest of field ,steteats he pew toltve Africa;pod' fa ft part-time one win call. and to a vettesaeerrralpiflf
I toraeys asked the Bfa> Court pabttc ta general aad that aaomiaal UIIItut to bey Mate.pI' BALTmORX -Morgan State for two or three years,said there jay based on meetings attended.Uttle said be wu stopping a car Ja tbe eaBoe. ef Amtlee of m.
to rate .fa tbe case of two Little > SMrmbershto fee fa of norida Efilot Tipper for College's faeatty has Joined the fa a basic difference between ft .Bock, ace the setae bearing Q4 deocrtottoa oa Interstate Peace B...hQreasjer.Mtft ., -
Bock Ark. Negroes Mrs.Doris charged simply toeacbde.desirabtes .*- Seagram DUtillers Company.Tbe tats of the aalonlied. They frfif fitiMant gad ft black molt ;d. trosbloas sprlslags fa the ISaearEmersoaStreet .JUtoeas. ,tl UPi ScrhtBtreet
I Euiel. and. Mrs.. Bosalyatyles. !act Kegroes.M appoatmeat sma.Igdby r_7 organised Local 1IU, -.' school system, aowhas. tbt first According to Feteh, oat of theMtgroes was ftii astel whea te\
..' K mxesslml ,tte LDF wmtstabwk tbe compaa7fCoatlienll. Ji .....Aiiertfcjl j. .MA. bbck revolsnUonary+ ," te 'Negro ,elected to Its school ta the car pet eeifrosa'the ttW..mceesglPatrol.
J tit womea eaarged 'ttet f then bw aSecttng resort Tlsioa ...IIIf; J. MepbeaCrifBa. Ueoer.tlLrci Tuckers. AFLC10 said UIl a black rnu no wutI toard. dedicate like Attoraey steerfaf wheel red showed jbtr .
j i :Lake :Kxoa dob, PalasklCo tips, reerefttloaaltacimtes .to destroy u entire system. and Stores, : his service te :a driver's ....... The officer -L .. hkkpsryeudrrtd' 1.
.ty, Ark, wu "dejirtrfag across tte tsJJahlr.WIDur .Mr.Spref )otoed IbeSeacramorpaUatia This moltl-neeted aattaaalergaafaatiaa ,... 1& a better "..... llthojeopie.Depety pvt his service revolver tote Gray bud te ..watedtteaflhitromJte.osu'haHiiedtbeime .
them, lid Xegro cltlstasslmBarfy LDF s /11)61 u ft jalesrepreseaUtlTft strives to bring, We need ,Ivan black revotatloaartes Sheriff Char..Basseysaid. to the mecbaaip at Ike ea*they .. 'f
I : sttaated. of rights, aid Normal J. Ctechkfa ofLtttte n Detroit teachers ...relatlo.. CIf., sad fewer milttaats eon "White I will represtat were test ortaag aa4 at flsM covered' two ssweotie cspsn.es. i
prtriUfM aid Iarummet"rya ,. Rock are Joteed by Di* hack, aad Lured a thai mussel assistance led eoopert. pned'" their welfare.." all I the people, fn got to devoteftcertafaperceotaftofagtime. same time saw ftafatelfatae beNslom'spc kit, '."
tbe Couttattoa aadTttb'. ha3ort:oils e l Jack Qreeatert capacity sota his. recent pro tea a. to obafa for them all the '* Cankbael said tbat "everybbck ear. ..' _
n ef the OvO. Bigae Act ofU44. James M. Babrtt, DJ"Kormaa { motlM. h 1M7; he...aamed tlsjkts comtef to them, to raise I mu fa America fa ft po to the Negro commavUy. Be As ft result, far-mea Tina
C. Arnstir.adCmsll as *slesmaa ef me .Tear" fa standard* of teaching sad to I,brow lip Brows btcaaae the win Ids ski wile directors charged wim. armed rettery..

I Lake introit fa.a recroatloaal K. Barper el Mew- -Tork, CttY. .lit compaays. Control. Sake fiffcl all bnate.. of racism isredoeatlel. ,I, .-same eoadttioas that predatedBapBrpwaprodacedas. of the powerM' im t Boek were booked too Jolast. i.
I area ,made ap of >_.fCIM! ; 'r ;DM Ga. .- : ." CUr Maftasjar Boardaeit..... Friday. I




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OW when Jesus was born in Bethlehem
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Saving Kingof
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Any there In The United States the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east,
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JAMCSO.WILLE; FLORIDA, :8201 When' Herod the king had heard these things,

he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him.

HOROSCOPE GUIDE And when ,he had gathered all the chief priests

and scribes of the people together he demanded of

them. where, Christ should be born.

,ly PAIL0 The. ASTROLOGER And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judea:

,WHICH- ARE YOUR LUCKY'DAYS for thus it is written by the prophet, if
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FOR 1 \ .of' 7AIT ,,: ; ..:_...,..},t M,, .r :"

'8 USIN ESS---LOVE: ,-=TRAVEL l' .
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ARIES diluted Joy.But there may be :4".. ;
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TORN MARCI evaded % the munlnf ot And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Tuda, are ,

21st, APRIL UtfcSeason's Christmas"2 to .."Day.. Ii 41 us :, not the least among the princess of:Juda: for out of .; ;"::: rw: .

toaurr: ere Gmtlnc of the .ne&UII"1b0ll14 cus* SCGlti.IU. 11 thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people '.,.t ,'" .,.,;"
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prmlvt OM wiMtbtr It li ttbrrtd OCT. Israel. .. ,.-....-...
at born or tlwbtr. 2411 '. Then Herod when he had called the'wise '
A loved OM Buy till to slow\IP NOV. 22il privily : ,,
or knoUitr dliippoiBllnrTAIRIS ? Season's Greetings. The Scot- ... jnicrv inquired! of? them diligently what time t '%,,
dn.1opmtOt.U..m, )1 r $mVwh mepet bow the j r ". (! ;
. &p1ritl. .urd r l8'prwtaot" .u 77 .".,t ytitl'Otlr ItpWlburled chndhood'nujr( act doruc have J kJ 1 eJs\rJ.!:[ appearedJff: $ 1 L rt.C 4j rtit\ 4\ ...0...... ", ? _; : .

..... altered to the what ritual one Iota BOmatter J Jnd. he sent them to Bethlehem; anu said;;Go, lj(' ; --, ,
toloaf. are growth.1 :; and search diligently for the young child; and when r

URN APRIL I e0. at 1.4Z -43 ye have found him, bring me word again, that I alto e7 // '(b

2ltk MAT 2lti .. SAKITTARliSRORN may come and worship him also. % % \ t
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mI ut.lqJpttCutl,9ftrC'botUt % NOV.23ri When they had I heard! die k.th ey departed: ; ;-- Ai.'... : U
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this U a tarorlta with the Udltsot : DEC. 21st and lo, the star, which they saw, in the cast, went U ? r _
nut ot the ilcns! But U itvUtr Seuw's.GceVnis. There Is
to ma,* ctrtiln that you BO reasgo to areakwlth tradition before them, till it came and stood over where the
know the prtf in 14 kind or ictotla on this,vE'of< the Katlrlty, child was. of
tttH la t nt. the *" of tbtNiUTlty especlallr -'hDthe.whl. young 1 0

to should the old te observed trtdlllau ucordiDf in- family to U. ft 1.1M. be dadstuedlng When they saw the star, they rejoiced with ex r .

order' to make ltm e tBlBft l '|. event of the Whole, week.tANCER ceeding great joy. : .
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GEMINI' saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell

IOU VAT.21sf ,RUN JUNE down, and worshipped him: and when they had r
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SeuOl"Gr..tlngi.it1s- JOKE 21st tithe .$woa' CreeUags. Any bottle opened their treasures, they presented unto him t t :" iY

yes list day have to orcottu slap! Just.incise i other of fine delectable wine,brandy. product,scotch would or gifts; gold and frankincense, and myrrh. 1 '
Just fUl'the bW for the
oosswho
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our be tacky oicb,
!have run out of tine and
MTirttMltu. to Had nat yes;
ledeas to :oar.>lete their holiday -
wnt at the r'|M prktby ttrt. .
JAr bright ud earl,. Aloo with psrcbua.CAPRICORN

rtctlvi the customary a boons Joys from,a ftw tppt.may-, t'.z ft:.:;._. dative firms or emp: ytrstliis

e-4. 60 55; -11-79 108 .BORN' DEC: '

n\i- ,JAN. ISthStasoa's 2. '
LIRRARRRN' Creetlnp': tielnj
SEPT. conservative as a rule, you .
are not apt to overthrow the .
23rl 1' OCT. 24(1SWOB'S ( customs %nd will teleorate the,
Gmtinn. Its eve eve of the Nativity In thUOllYlnUooalIWU1.r.
of the Nativity jenwtlly pro- _
rid s ththlchlltbt without which 5-50.W-U-4Z.4J2
the rut of the tuUrltles would ?
be almost meanlacltcs.Obstrvt ..AIIAIIISDORN
It la the manner In
which U sho'Jld-be IDeS you'll IAN.Seasoo's .
feel tqt much happier for It ,
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Greetings, The eve ; Otui
of th.II&tJUiUould live to
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LEO expectations. with U tie left to
RORN JILT be de_lred.3U if something! has
been ''overlooked, by the one a4td 4 t
,221., Al'. UISeaaoo' closest to you: it could: be that @ wt4A45e1a
Greetings. HM lYe U wasjaad/trteotly. 5r
of the Nativity should hart an 6 .70 .88- lss1.1lt'PISCES
Iruplrim QuaUty especially) for Jo FJJJWII
those who place more stress on ) 1
the spirit! rather than material -
nines fie rather careful 4 wm1 &i'
on Christmas mcrnlnf sou not. nirrER.Htfc M. : ARCHIE T. FRAZIER We wish you all
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to 6.405Sl5.Vi.05VIUI upset ujooe. & '.' "JAR. 2ltl ) .; ." the gift of joy
Season's CreetlafS. There is : 1913 KM6S ROAD this Christmas
only one way to observe the eve
of the Nativity, and It Is It
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z. IMrthy Bint students, representing Williams, Gregory Eases, '.Barbara Miller, Constiaee: Elktns u tit arranged dor Ing the eon.
S per cint at the sto- Draytoa Wright, Glldia, LU .Mitchell LoataWiniamsi ftftnce of any teacher for the
dent body at Central Academy Williams, ..&0; Miry Crotnley Aathony Brown.EloulM ,child's welfare, according to
High were on the principal's 3.40; Jessie Johnson, Brenda Boater, S.16; Roderick Principal Brooks.
honor.yon, having made all ,as Nealy Linda Johns Leonard James Lawrence Bryant, Ray '
honor.xfilLhavlng made all1 "3 Taylor Loretta Sermon, Cor- Charles White Earths Stm- Mifbew'Giibed Gym
or yt. From the seventh sells Jones seaborn Smith maker, Edna Scott,Joseph Bor-
J through the 12th grades they L'Tuya Walker Harold Mealy dea, Jackie Green, 1.00. Slit As Pip?$ fail
are:Sharon Jones 4.00;Berdell Cassandra Miller '.'3; Ber- Job Patricia JonesEvelya Matthew Gilbert Junior SenIor -
Knowles. J.IJ;Dane Edwards,; alee Sharpes J.M Ronald Croons Ward Paryear. Danny High School made television
ADUI Connie Moody 180; Novella Daniels, J.19; RaJIDoo4 Davis, Lorraine Benjamin, and news media earlier this week
Sermon, Jacgnefyn Mabry ..'15 Kathleen Norrls, 1.16. Irma Battles. Gloria. Miller. because of the inadequate performance
Robert Alexander Janfees Peo- Honor roil students with a.minimum Jalle BhS, Kenneth.Brown and of a. boiler system.
pies, Benjamin Douglas, Bar of '.00 average or LeaIitfMamS.OO.. Mrs. Eddie Mae Steward
ban Johnson, Benry H. Wright above a s reported by sponsorsof Parents are asked to contact ,chalrman'of a steering cormrtnee
Phyllis Hill, Arthur Merrltt, the Guidance Center are: W. J. Seatnry. director,'aad at the school, representing the
\ I.M; Marie Roberts Sylvia Toramle S. Beaufort, Cassaa- Mr,. Louise Osgood," counselor parents, said that gymnasium has*
llama, 1.60;Ullton Battles,Jack dra Blakely '.GO; Bernice Gib in the Guidance Center, a boiler room but no boiler.Heat
Barren Clifford S.40 Brace for farther pvbllc evaluations. for the gymnasium tssupposeJjto
son
Simmons ; Keys Cassandra
be drawn from a boiler eerving ,
lUxlne Miller E. Amen Additional teacher conference
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tats Kaney AM Roberts, "Miss Bomeeomlag" o( Matthew W. CM at Greater Payne AYE Chr ch. Mating the honor rolfatnrloos
Gilbert High School, was presented a trophy br J.T. Lawrence, times, she aspires to a career as aa Interior decorator
district manager' c( tbe Pilgrim Health and Lift btvaace la the abore pictate. are, from left, Deborah Whltfleld, "Miss
Company at the homecoming game at Wolfsoa Ban Park Turn Sweetheart"! Miss Roberts Mr Lawrence and Angelo
recently. Miss Roberto daagbter of Mrs. Still Roberts, and Eves, "Ulss. Gilbert'. As a part of the program to give
her twin, Kafberbe Jeaa Roberts, are sealers Gilbert She recognition to taleoted young women Pilgrim II online Us
U a reporter' for bar homeroom and a muter of the Glee awards to high school and college girls "


St. Aifisfiie Cellip Hiri Mrs. BndfainAlfends'Meeling ..reetirls1n1 rV


Stresses Surfeit Interest AJn

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"la order to make tbe todent Covndl u.fleeone, then The National Council of Negro
must be entire participation on tbe part tt the student body," Womea was happ:? tohaveSoror
Dr. Prewll R. Robinson, president of Saint Aagisbae's College ,Mildred Bradham, Grand Baal
told Dice stadeats,prior to bas" ,lastilliflon of tbs ttadtnt Cauidlefflc.rs lew of Zeta 8f>ta arirtty.be.,.
serve on the staff of Operation
OtOcers tastaUed by President stadeats: are wttnwllg great Dally Bread, held recently UMlMlSSlppt.
Robtajoa are Donnell D. Morris chaages la Che total program of .
a sealer of Fort Laaderdale Saint Aarastlae's College, and Mrs. Bradham, along with
Florida$ precideati WI1- .".. mart accept oar "pons<- other' eatbaslastk women,
art JohBsaa a senior of Ril-1 btlities as autared and etacaraed v-erked fillgeoUy with tbeRa
bert Jobftsoa i senior of, Malts. to mike oar eo:. g.r Convocation to help 1Rep.
Raleigh,, vtee-pretldeBtj Gary, .... a great iMtttotloa where we peopVe U fbe Delta Improve Peppermint FlavorHOLHUYCMIDY Stripe. BBcl Holiday Assortment. J
Wayies, I halor of Bottoa< Will be prod to aead oar ehlidwlUU list conditions as Boca asMB ,
Mass member tlarge; CelaHiophrtt ,prowl to send oaretlfc title.
a ..aorol Jacksoavllle -. drat ia years to eotae & ,. CURES N IDCANDY IKt
M.CE. secretary Ry B. Masle.was faraiabedJ lK '
......,"* senior of Fayette-" Saint AagttStlne c.ou.p Matt 13 tCWibfwFrom > I t '

iDliaSSiltSatsoctelatyvtlli busts wtn Miss GwaadolyaRlnu Traditional treats to deo Sweet mixtures of'Christ
assistant secretary: director of the choir
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James P. WUllama, a senior of onto a tree or fin a Christ- favorites in assorted
and James But, a senior of Raleigh.
FayettevUto, asslstaat see.PhUad mat stot klng.. Packed 8, 57Fun flavors. Choose all hard atIJmal

tphla,. rabislaeta>> fir TIP iiinis 12 or 32 to a box, dependng candy,or the yummy filled t..

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Taylor of Wladtor; Barbara' b
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msmCtopt Jimmy HotTmaa .
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; Beverly Roberts, ,
Bronx. New Tork.hDIorCaul
Lwy 'Moody Roaaoke Rapids:' :
Cark PowelC Akron, Ohio; and! FABULOUS WIG STYLES

Senior Donald Cuss Weatbers: Dorothy, Goldsbors.Barks-; THAT COMPUMENT XEDrN

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Byrd, Rocky Moat W Three MitMttonal *tylt.for an your
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Beatrice Bennett of
art Raleigh; 5t almonds
Blntoa and crMUora for e p.rtituUr wy of"'.. Crunchy peanuts
Dorothy also of Billy Ray lit sad Mrs. J. A. Ttomp. chic.euitMf.jjjwj M.4e of the fii> rtqulity \ *C Brazils, cashews '
Banter Raleigh
The member of 'sea aatmsva the eepftDe '. l'ftthttlC hur end 100%human % 11. f lbertI,pr cans.lnvicu> II(
fallowing are
the Stadeat Cooacll PrestteafBCabtaeU ,of their daaghter Marveoe Va+ AfHOTUl /laIMwdtr heir tKty ere w."hable end durable.Ortftr t w YA JJ um packed can.VSMSISIM ,
Macs, to Jerome Tsttalr, son; today end tAu etfvenUte of y
luDu P.' Williams K (
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Religion And RaceCHICAGO Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association l


(NH) -Some SO white priests'of the Ctttolle

Cody Archdiocese to promote of Oilcsgo the Rev.have George called apon Clements Archbishop St-year-old John Cardinal' Black!( Meets December 25 To 29 At New Redeem '

assistant Jl\Jtor .tartly Church,to the pi taraU.to succeed :
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retiring white pastor the Rev. Gerald Scsniaa. h making tM '
proposal, the priests said, "Wt belive It would be a beautiful
Black Christmas present for the (black) parishioners and Progressive Palatkan '
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Fatter Scanlaa."

CHURCH NEWS
IRKS NATION'S LEADERS tr
NASSAU (NPQ Tbe Rev. AJ). King outspoken brother
o( the )late Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr-, stirred up a ripple of
resentment among some of Warms' leaders 0700 a recent 'ilia AMI ZDf IJOwD WD1WJ.Johnson and t seheerst
visit. The "ripple" resulted from Her. Kief's somewhat caustic qu+ Sunday School begins at service: begins LILt with a vlilttagmnM
remarks about the side-by-slde existence of poverty and ; la geVThemoratog Warm li pastor.FREWDSHIP .
affluence vita people going hungry In various areas,while the r presiding.Rev. AJ.

privileged few do Df 1IIC. PRIMITIVE BAPTBT

begins *MS: with Mrs.U Smith, superintendent
FORCE CHANGE SjgeTThe at UJO with devotknl
ATI.J.NTA-NPI-Tbeblu-rWeDcroctfJchalnci Btuhler la inoratag service begins

t Supermarkets (Peoria, m. )brob down recently and agreed to McPaersan.services being. The led evening by Deacoa service Wmstan win Ware be at and 4 p.m.by Deem with Rev Joseph H.

,listen Implement certalnmuggeatlomsmdebyloalminlderi the regular prayer meeting
'Robinson Oa Tuesday eight
as a step to halt themasslreboyhcottot the ehala's local outlets. speaking. .
Among tilt concessions by the ministerial poop, headed. by is held.
Dr. Wilson Cheek, National Conference of Christians: and Jews,
and the Rev,Howard Creecy: local SCLC president, were the TABERNACLE BAPTISTSmdq Bessie Solomou
Superintendent
1 Blackmanager School begins at t.SO.
upgrading of three Black assistant lIWI&'Inudpattinla
win be la charge. Tbe lesson will be reviewed by Mrs LettteJackson.
la complete charge of a etore."WNT' .
Rev. ".I. Young pastor, win deliver the Itr... AD
and" User Board Ho. 4 wfll serve.' The Christmas
OF TENSIONNEW
pyoutheograaawwW Mrs. 8.... Lawrence Issupervisor.
be held Sunday at 4 p.m.
YORK (HPI) Alexander J.'m.a, eastern rt&1cm.1'cDrector
Wednesday S JO. The
National Urban League,pve a public forma on "Negro An youth choirs rehearse .
Jewish Confrontation" recently, one reason for the "rising tea teachers meeting wm be at 145.: The prayar meeting It at JQ.

'. He said ..1....
dam between Jewish and NeUo'eomraun1t ,
baring occupied for so long the role of an oppressed minority, COLOSIAiej BAPTBTSunday
with the superintendent and
at t JO
School begins
tbemseires cCtbe'
U put
now have great dlflculity percelTtng
powef stricture and dfefeitters of edtWidlmcnt.1.1 to a large teachers la charge. The moralng worship begins at 11a.m.will
degree and partictlarly clties..this the,fact and this Is the evening worship at 1 ,.a. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor,
,- the way Negroes and Puerto Rlcans see it." speak at both services. Choirs Ho. I* Ho. S and Usher Board
Ho. 1 will serve. The Christmas program will begia at S p.m.
Prayer service win be held


HEW REDEEM BAPTIST
Christmas rehearsals are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
b 'SJO.: The Christmas exercises wlUbegrveaoaCuBday, December
i School at IJO with the .rtnteoo utla
,, W, at I p.m.Sunday begins ; sn
charge. The Sunday School win worship win St. James.:Tat
t An Interracial nutting was heM at BethelAME Church recently.. .largest white churches. They wire tarlted by white classmates': mordent worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons la chargeof
'' Rev.Satchel, pastor of the church.Is shown with many of those laattendance. They are said to be the first Negroes em to attend and were devotions. Ho. 1 Usher Board win serve.' District !Ho 1 win

d On Saturday Bight December IS, Harold Bryant,Jr, asked to return meet at S p,,. m the church. The' evening worship begins at
;and Willie Hanklns, Jr.. were la attendance at one of Pahtka's I p.m. The EX Mamas Chorus win stag la the n.JdDC.In.

CHTMASA Hormaa win deliver both sermons.KMAHUEL ., -

TWO MINUTES RI Missionaries.. L. ., BAPTIST

lfPOl7 hew tear OB Ifrsday the prayer meeting and the teachers meeting will

NffN THE BIBLE.ST Milliters Aid Yeitk be held. The pastor and officers win be la charge. Choir Ho. Swill
: CMNtUM .. StAM PI,,. rehearse at t p... CWt Ho. t wm rehearse It I p at. The
: tmiAM SMI loam noonday prayer service will be held at the church A special
.. III ICI a CMCAeO, UMO 40435GLORIOUS Creeps Will Pertlcieste conference wIn be held at I p.m. The Male Chorus will meet

Te *H *vr Mean, at 7JO la the borne of Tommie ....1I'UIOI..TO *liaobta drels1

The tmarael. Progressive Baptist Association, Rev. I.". West The male chorus will serve la the fellowship oa Suadav., .
Se hdi.l1 e. PROSPECT Johnson, moderator, will hold forth from December IS through Mrs Mamie rtelds and Decc c.orctlmD will be ucaargt.
December n at the Mew Redeem Baptist The lesson will be reviewed by u appolalee. Consecratloa takes
1o the hew Christian one of Church. lilt Cut
A. Riven them the highest piece of puce at 1050. The moraine service begins at 11 I... with thedeacons
f the most wonderful passages In fever ,70th Street, Rev.jl I.Wprmaa, pastor.uaua .
end
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blessing In Chrttt et
ea.f win
be administered la the
the whole Beat It (ph. 2.7. Hit own right hInd In, the heaventt i;;wm anon the theme Friday December tt,at I p,.. la charge. Baptism moralngservice.
where we read of Gods purpose:> !tor the meeting For unto M t the Important feature will be BTU begins It f p.m. with Deacon James ftfflfpi U
w That In the eies to come He The simplest. humblest believer child Is bon, unto us a son isgireat Education. Deacons of Hew Bop charge. The evening worship! btcDIlt .M. The young people
might show the eiceedlrvj rkhet In Christ et Hit Sevtor hat and the government shallbe tad of CaUabaa will lead the will present Christmas skit la the evening worship. Chotr Ho.
of Hie grace In His kindness been given this P lJtIoIIn the upon his ahoutteri and his 1 and the Junior Choir Other Board Ho 1 and t the Junior Otter
toward u' through Christ Jesus." Maven...... for God no longer name stunbcslldWo.derfA devotional Inspiration Board will serve. Miss Loretta RoOlas and C.B. risher win.be
T7 passage appears foejaore I teet him In himself' but .In Chestwho .Counsellor. The Mighty Ood. address will come from Licentiate 4a charge of music..llsck. -
wonderful when viewed'In the died' for his sins./This It why Eugene Calnott. Dr.
tight of Hi conteit : ft: Paul to''often w/Net about 'The CmUsUaf Futteri. ; I The DJ. Joaes "UllIr.11 the A I '' '
v.,... 2-6 ted how. we wire el ilhose who ere In Christ Jeiu...", 'Pr1at ct 11boe."ad rrtr r ', |d cMloeal. sermoa. His { _/ricuiiu liaJ 1x!
f l i .. once the "children. of tfleob It It for the believer now to OIltl1t.mtaJ: t" Wtd- .Jtertaie will W stet I..JODMChoUs .
i dtence," end therefore "by na- occupy this exalted position, to essay Rev r. Mat_.. Isschedjed of Mew Dope and of : 11..11
lure the children of to speak with Rev Abut Ifff EciMBlc ,
t i ) s wrath event appropriate by faith the .It spiritual Callahaa
I I f others." But then we reed bI."'", ." which ere' hit In A. Bloimt u his alternate.Ifrs At I.N wpm aim Monday{ December
II : President elect Nixon has warned that BUck America willdetermine.
.. .. thoM wonderful word of hope, Christ (See tph. 1:3).,like Paul, SJL Thomas will bring the M. the Sunday School been
Its own agenda, and for
I But God" he be Ufted programs priorities ghetto>>
may by grace; response to the welcome.Choir
"But God, who I I. RICH IN through faith, above the troubles miOIII of the Association will bvgiM. Local stKjwrlnUndentswill economic developmem and that some d these Ideas will enwrce
Divls.FifiltiraCt. MCRCY because of Hie GREAT end sorrows of "this present evilage" Devotions be in charge, assisted by from a National Bank Economic Developmert Conference to be heM
sing. will be led by district Re- In Detroit.la :
LOVE wherewith He superintendent
loved us. and enjoy hit position and
.. ." New Redeem lenders will a Joint statement Issued at deviling ways In which they nk
135 Iliad St. hill J5HJI1 And the next verses tell blessings" In the heavenUet, In Y1ft'trllI. teachers
.. how H. has taken believers .hi Chnst And even this .It not ,It. Oa Thursday the women will assist.la a conference In New York on December Bhtno economic devutopmnt caa
-t ', Christ from the lowest potiton of for looking far shad to.the fu.be la charge. Aa Impreuiro the Sunday mormtatworshap! S. leaders d local and best be acc npUshDd. But bit
condemnation and wrath-- and---ture the apostle by divine revela-. program has bar listed with Rev. ',A. Thomas Is scheduled national ortanltailons Involved in ways are. not our ways. Tbs
't. 1 tan goes on to say (In Epa 2:7): the womea wearing white. Tbs to apeak. Rev, W.M. Wright economic: developmem d the time Is past when Admlnlstrattoo -.
I that God topic will be Mission Meanings. ghetto saldi programs can be imposed on
has done this an for us. win erre 'u alternate. Mt. Blade
"As BUck who communities
men
The devotions will be led bribe represent
I ** **** Young Matrons. Bethel Baptist Church choirs* various facets d economic develoomeix "Therefore we nerve nodes
1I :win sing..Visitors will be Introduced. In Black America; we' PIN,before the Presidentekes
Dinner win honor Jealously guard and defend the even takes office that Black and
I the service.b right d the Black America to 'other minority groups, sucnu
the sJtsrnooa' the Touag determine for Itself the patterns Puerto Ricans and Mexican: -
People wm be la charge d stcu: mac development. We Americans, Intend to define tht
I II Stawrvlsora will be Mrs. Sara hereby serve notice: to aU. Including terms and needs for ouuUe sup*
3ac'r Jones. Mrs. Dorothy Johnson the new Administration, port. WuurgeMr.NUontoUstes.
hiss that the old practices of fostering well and to remember that there
and France Margin.Laymen .
are. work
patterns of processes already at
s. : will present their pro. on Black American ism r whereby representatives economic
gram at 3 pja. Rev. J.W.Jooet applies. Interests In these com -
will preach and will hare u From henceforth. Black A ""murtitlei... in touch; with one
his alternate Rev.J.H.Jackson. merlca will set its own agenda, another to develop approaches:
Choirs of Mt Zloa Baptist! will programs ; to ghetto/ economic development
iin(. Mrs. R. Dnsoa wttlbring* "It would bye tragic U Mr.Nlxonand that best fit the needs. of,their
i S wordj of appreciation his colleagues In the private communlttes. .
cowTOcm oat PACE 5 and pixtUc sectors were already "Ibis will be seen February
.21 23 when the National
"'-- Black ,Economic Development
Conference Is held in Detroit.
3 f ;_l t At that time. Blacks Involved'
f w in economic development op -
?r"T't! .xas... = eratlons and related interests'
1 tr..rs.::; in'urban and rural areas will
deliberate on and adopt rccam-
fnendations for economic development
programs that best
r :. !Yaw serve the Interest of Black com
munlties across the cow." ."
The statement was'Issued at

LN a pejs conference by Darwin
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uLgJr
Bolden. Interracial Council for
Business Opportunity. New York;
I CAYAEIERLAUNDRY Dan'Mitchell. Black Economic

& A Mnau MAD*rcurwoertuu av SNOW Union am York; Newton S.
: Downing. National Business
.aW*. Washington. D.C i Clifford
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I I CLEANERS it. WWrMASWESr Brown General Convention

.ij': Special Program of the Episcopal
/ Church.: Du aid Simmons. Harlem
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'Holy Officers ere: President, Rer.SX .
Service
,<<.C._,Will the Negro church b the next target 'Seasei' Campaign Success Thomas; Vice president, LITTLE ROCK .. (NPQ) The Rer.R.J. Hampton, presiding .''
d: the black power mfliiaats?Negro author Louis Lomax hlntel ;.Rev.. E.I. Norman; Secretary .elder, Sooth Pin Bluff District, Central Arkansas Conference'
this action In aasdgres* at AlT State,University."I : The large segregation win be The Atcdlary of the Earfha ;Rer. Tony Neal; Treasurer ALE church, and publisher, Arkansas Mirror, Pin Baft has
am sick andtired of seeing D conomte priorities," added beard In renditions of: famous WhIte Nursing Home announces Freddie Neal; MlsslonaryRer.. been appointed president, Shorter Cotlt North Little JWEk.He .
only pictures of: persons with Lomax. "If ve spent the money A music for the Christmas tide. that the linen campaign has been J.R. ..Jackson. will assume the preald immediately.,. .
Wood htlr and bin eyes mn at home that we are spending Aspeclal arrangement of "Joy and continues to be a great success. Women officers;President, Rer. Hampton was selected u president daring the Presidta;'
in the Bible"said Umax.Perhaps 'a'Vietnam, we could el1IDJDate To The World" will be featured Mrs. Addle Hayes; Vice president .' Elders Planning council, 12th Episcopal district held at Bethel
it Is tlmt'for n tiny tile ghettos." Excerpts ban been taken from Mrs. Matilda W. Brown Mrs. Tbelma Norman; AME church Little Rock, Bishop Decatur Ward Nichols,pro.f .
the black church If they'east Lomax erWcI.led'tilt .e of Handel's Messiah. Mr,Hender, president, said that gig sheets Secretary, Mrs.Delorls Bright; .-
fire us a religion we caa relate the terms 'law and order" as son win direct and unusual anthem and 74 pillow eases bar been Treasurer Mrs. Rosa Nelson; Bgr4.In sew Ppn, 'Ark.,Rer. Hampton has studied: at Shorter
to! they relate to the black more- arrangement of Watts- given. The Auxiliary looks for '!'Missionary Mrs. M.M.Harris;. and Philander Smith colleges; American University Washington
Lomat said be has' ..t're- moot."Could. Kendall. ward to an eventful year 4at, Missionary Emeritus, lire D.C., u an exchange student from Philander;and ASIAN college,
tanned from a trip to th* Holy the words law and Hoists will be Mrs.Manic 1969. Those Interested In tlr-' Klpf.; Religious Advisor Mrs.! Pine Bluff, Ark., ""er.lae was awarded abachelor curls'degree
Land. "Fronwhatlsswthera 'order be another middle class McCray Miss Barbara Ana log linens or In making contributions C.L Williams; Dlrctrss,{ In sociology la 1959. .
be said, "It Is DOt possible for way of saylnt nlttBr;?' he 'Hall, Miss Florlta Reed Leroy should contact Mrs. Young People Mrs.Sara Jones Be also has attended the Interdenominational Theological,
all persons to come oat via asked. "Nobody said a word Whit and Albert P. Henderson Brown. Program Chairman, Young center Atlanta, and has don graduate work at the University of
biome hair and bine eyes." about law and order when we Second Baptist yyount people .People, Miss Oaddean Neal;', Arkansas, Fayetterllle.
lama 'CuuTsaid- that white were having all those will present their program at Apostolic:Charch Plans Chairman ,of Program Com During tilt recent state election,he served as special consaltant
Americans must begin respond- lynching; 845 p.m. The young Youth mittee Deacon E. Dnnson; to th* Charles Bernard' for Senate commute
tot to aon-rioleat protest, If Lomax also char ged this nation Council will be In charge. Holding Initiation Of Members, Mrs. Mary Barney Before becoming Involved la state politics as Republican, .h*
violence Is to end la this nation.-win harlot a psychological Emphasis will be placed on andMrs. Janle Johnson. served as a delegate to the Democratic: National convention.
1 "America simply does not hang-up about communism. Christmas la the Sunday school. Officers For 196? lie switched parties after taking exception to the conservative
respond to the JndeoCarlstlaaettlc "They always want to know If FATHER VINCENT HARRB Rer. J.C. Same, pastor win COLLEGE associations of gubernatorial. Cl.D4ldatlIIuICli Crank.
,' he said there are Communists m the review morIageerviceatlia.mSpecial TIle Holy'Ministerial Alliance PARKThe to I960 Rer. Hampton founded the ML Pleasant Adult school
Tb* author of: the bestseninf black movement," he said. St Gabriel Episcopal Church, ta the will Install Its officers on Son and rebuilt Mr. Pleasant AME church- both In Pin Blat
book, The Negro Revolt," ."Can yoa <"**.t*" anything so on Moncrief Road between Christmas sun. day, December 22, at S p.m., First Baptist Church of Founder and president of tile Genes Addition Improvement'
"America Is not ready get absurd u a black man from Sontcl Drive and Richardson rise services ecbLtmu' at 2032 Benedict Road at Jp.mj College Park will here regn-, sociation, also of Pin Bluff, h* established the Sooth Arkansas
don Oanutr-crutrballlell Riin>it Ml i. standing Saigon .Road. will be the scene Tuesday !'morning"from 6 to 8 p.m. The A unique program has been school begins at 10 a.m. with Journal 1961. Th* next year,be was a candidate for member
of Cite freedom, and'Jostle to tire the Vietnamese the right tel the anneal Christmas The Sunday school and teachers Mitt Yvonne Cooper and Cutcben ta charge. The morning .' As Shorter college's new president, Rer. Hampton hopes "to
,an." to rotor Communion Serrie' cornea win be Friday night Evangelist Jade Cooper will worship begins at 11.10 great the kind of student who will be Intellectually aware, able
'It's a C question alteriatov: Tather Vincent Harris rector at 7 p.lD. .be featured soloists. They will Devotions win be led by an to grasp the idea and purpose of life with a concrete anderstandinfof
of ST. Gabriel's, will be the be honored for service given appointee. Rer. Q. Bryant will th* world In which be lives.
celebrant la this Holy Communion Eugene Bailer PTA during the past year. speak. B.T.U. open at I p.m.. World problems art fomented and perpetuated by a lack of
'E itce el Priest Was Early, Service. All are turned Th* president of the Women'sUnim the tight service at e.SO.: The world citizenship, says the college president, who believes "W*
to attend. Other services at To Hold will hold hef nail Junior choir will rehearse Wednesday are holding onto a sectional and racial philosophy when actually'
SI Gabriel's win follow the Meeting monthly session Sunday nlgfct. night at 6.10.: The fellowship technology! has mad this ODe wide world"WHEN -
AII.ell.OIllc'II'E..IIII( r
; y regular scbefcl Prayers will be offered for1, hour win be held at 3 p.m.
the sick. Evangelist AJ. *. Mrs. Julia M. &,...is reporter .
Edgar Gardner M rPh," !Is the title of: aa impressive book Tn* EuGene J. Butler PTA Pearson .Is president. ; Rer. FJ>. Davis Is,pastor.
by Hugh C. Bailey, and tells tilt story of aa Episcopal priest, Mister Masons To win hold Its mmthlymeetiogm YOU ARE ilL
who, before the landmark directives of,tile Supreme Court, Thursday evening, December
stood for racial equality.Mr Install New Members ,19 1956 at 7SO In the spool's: ,'Ton Seek The Beef "Do*
Bailey's book 1* most,labor I and of gradlng poverty. 'f'auditorlum.( AME Zlea's First Hikes, tor. (then Your Doctor
Interesting. & Is a publication Be espoused tile cause of: poor meeting the parents Prescribes,' Get Experi
of tl* University Miami 'whites and that of aeedyNegroes. December 27 of: 7th and 10th graders will Started la N.Y. Hs '
enced'Pharaacists II
Press. ', be special guest of: the Guidance Jo
Ben la Arkansas, ta 1169.. The story goe that,U Laredo, Muter Mason serrkes beheld Department. The Guidance Notable la church history particularly because.he.was th* Fill Prescriptions According .
Murphy learned compassion at.BOB Tens, la Uti,"caned mass at tbeUasonicTemple,410': Department will acquaint these first bishop of the- AME Zloa, ls James Varies, port 1750 To Tour Doctor's
*. Mr. Bailey writes meeting after lynelnt.Be per. Broad Street. December 17 parents with the services of: th* died 1811. Order'
"nr constant straggle school's pudaac program. Bishop Varlet bona laMewburgh decided to withdraw' from
acta a evaded many to attend Later was '
7.90 p.m. The speaker win be ff* Use Only Tb> Belt c. B.; BLACK
with in health from his Mew York. It la179i Methodism.
early BookerT. was
b* wrote to tilt great
Brother<< James A, lI&
trestles until his death at 4!' Washington Grand Secretary of Royal 1utSZ Arch Friendly Westside that the noted leader Bishop Varick and Ab r a h i m Quality Dross.. Pronriatar
Murphy dieplayedutaesealnasitivlty *1 think U our coarse bad been Wuou. asked permission of: the Thompson led ta the drafting 3 kgiatrd Pbaraaclata To ,Serve Too
tile needs of his Chores Plans of the resolution. ... -
to taken throughout the loots there The chart tor the Institution Methodist EpIscopalChurch, They were

fellowmaa and a willingness would aver have been another services will bglvenbybrotber headed by Bishop Francis Dot recognised by the Methodist ....... ..........
to sacrifice himself to them. Metro burning with all Its lm- Robert R. PtiifordCrtad Service At Bethel Asbnry, to hold separate meet bishops. Later la 1121, along .t.A'CX>MPLETE LINE OP ,
B* was truly tntiy progressive Muting tcotgsoteL" Treasurer. Choirs and Ushers 'Tn* progrmm of the Friendly ings. They found a boas on with other Negro church or. p,
who believed only mild,, BaUej. ecacludes that the from the Tabernacle and SU Wastsld* Choirs Union and the Cross Street and made charch gaalsatloa, Varlek ta a Cosaetlcs. Rubber floods Candles ,.
reforms bad any chant of sac- ,sinister overrated the Sooth.B Thomas Baptist Churches will, twelfth year of service 01 the of It. conference on June SI, 1U1, ,
cess la the America of his era. teemed to local himself ..n.. Rer. W. C.YoeifcRer.W. ptesidest wW be cblern4 h 1101, the AME %SOD Church :was mad presiding elder.
Bj I was concerned with aiding locally. Bowmr, lilt was far C. Meal will speak.AU other Beach, December 13 al 3p.m. became a reality according la llzz, James Varickbecam Suadrlaa.PWEWRrPTJCNS.
c ,people not la becoming symbolic ahead of his contemporaries. departments friend are la* lathe f it.BlUI.t BaptIdCDnrchRtav. t to New: york laws, and waste the first Bishop of the African "
martyr yet ta his era His writings on social Issues riled to star with us. .S.A. Thomas pastor. Mrs. be governed by the rules of Methodist episcopal Zion CALLED FTWl AND DFLIVDtm'M'M
quiet waf be tv tie life la wer* highly praised accordintwert.CQtr4 ..... Ruby Stewart Is president the MetnodlstEplscopal Church Church. A memorial to aim,
N ''Wt t1risti UtuMlpta' 'dtr A W......... ,.,3 ,1.1 lIUIa1t1.a.oraa r wU\ beNestt" the congregation: for some time. churches, 1s the .Varlet :t.\*
democratic, society. Bailey Is bead of the depart. Oieu Esift'tkitcb i .Ta* WesUlde ,Ushers C'Uaim.IIII.1UO; however'Negroes, Christian Endeavor I\ #- Star 't
Drab
slirpaf felt that th* closer :,ment'or-tUtorrti Stamford will also be pelt.,
should b* InterpreUd *''IWverslty., lisle widely know Of God !II Uilry
to life. lie wanted wwallty i u u aatIIor.
ducat JOB. lit was a lot of child Plans lit Musical gj -
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Mrs Bradkse. The Queea EsterCharchof
Jteiivalist God la Unify, Barber and lie.
Receives Award Quad Streets, win present It*
Christmas program Sunday at
I p.m. with the young people la SALE
Mrs. Mil eI r.. C. Bradham, chart Fir cantatas will be GIFT
.: Grand BasUens of Zta Pal Beta presented namely, jMoRooo"'
Sorority racy received '"Xmas Ere H ."%au Everywlr .
National 'Touts Council's awarC .," "7ie Xmas Ere
Ion outstanding acrrk Vic Iaabs'; aid,-Xmas, Xmas
t president BJbert H. Hunpnrryla Make Wards Your Christmas Shopping Headquarters .
the current Chairman. Mrs.Bradham Sponsors ar* llrs. Sadte M,
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more than gladden the hearts children la the proper selection electrically operated toys are Molt Important: Select the lo play to lean, and HOLIDAYS
of pre-schoolers. They eu, ot toys, Playskool Research not suitable for the preschooler. proper toys for the stage of to discover at his own pace.
If chosen wisely,point the way recommends these checkpoints development of the Individual Be should be able to make mistakes Christmas Is the season for
toward new skins, new dlscorerles : Construction: and d tile a. child Every child has his without criticism. Els being at home enjoying family
new Interests. DurIJIlIt1.To,1th.ItaD4 a Toys should challenge, but not own pace In skills and Interests. efforts should be appreciated'1 friends and neighbors. An4 at
Good ton are just as Important child's amazing ability break frustrate a child. The well- The age-grouping or toys by and encouraged, and adult guldancf Christmas the 1.400 students of I
to the pre-school child toys, his plaJtooll'oa1cl be designed toy "works." Its come manufacturers Is helpful, .In pity,should be gives Monmouth College Monmouth.
as rood nutrition. They are sturdy, soundly constructed, construction should be simple but It. Is simply a broad guide only when it Is sought., ." III.,join the exodus and head for
: his tools of play, and It is and made from datable materials. enough for a young child to line. Watch your child la play.* Further tnformatlaaboithesignificance home to enjoy their holiday
I through play that h* learns, His toys are Important understand, to take apart U he Know his Interest, the skills of play and the season. But what of the foreign -
I practices bis new skills, ex* to him and they should wishes, and to put back together be enjoys exercising most, and selection of proper toys for the students on campuses around '
perlmeats, dt1't1qJlblllmq1- hare enduring quality. agalnby himself. the stills which should be challenged pre-schooler is available la a the country At Monmouth,
I nation and works oat his problems Safety Paints sbovld be nontoxic Mike sure your child has and developed. Select: tree booklet caned "Playtools they are Invited to share the ,
I la learning while plar- ,.and all edges, surfaces, some DOD- eclfle toys such U toys which can meet these Immediate to Shape Child's World,"from holidays with a fellow student's 'H
fog and having ton, the preschooler and parts should be finished kindergarten blocks. With this needs. Playschool Research, P.0.Box family. This year,why not invitea
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Traditionally we hart serve ftmm tad met potatoes together In Savory Gravy
at a meaL And why not?Since they art both favorite foods, they x>senrol
/ should be served oft... Every one la a who, though, you may
want to try adding a slightly different flavor to the pot. If so,
.this> Hun and Sweet Potato Bate recipe is tat the thing for TOO.ft .

z ; gives yon a MW and tie Lookln' for a way to make
a.k citing way to serve ban and ,eld favorite foods popular
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THE BAG-U tomes. from Good Potato Bake soon.
Seasons Shake. .BIb Seasoned
Coating 11 tx. for Chicken 1 can ((11-1/2 os.) crushed
.Oriclnal Recipe. Crushedpineapple pineapple e trap
and brown sugar are 1 can ((26 os.) sweet potatoevdrained L ;TO1r
added to glv It that really *
special taste. Try this bake 9 table oons brown sugars flog
today and see If you don't agree. teaspoons prepared mustard
By Jnst adding a ITn TIre- 1 pound boiled or cooked ban,
table like peu or string beans cut In about 12 IMC.S otWIt9q
t k'Jy :you'll complete the mel,-and 1 envelope seasoned coating
then you're In business. Walt nil for chicken-original
a minute-*e bear a lot of talk recipe
about serving a complete meal Or ..11/2 pounds median !i'9l
to the children.! What takes sweet potatoes abort4potatoecookedaodd
a meal complete anyway?Well ) alned.Place .
to make a meal complete one pineapple In bottom of Breaded pork chops, cooked to a crispy brown, with a tlch'td4
mart "first be sore to inchrfj. shallow bating dish. Top>> with creamy gravy to ladle over is an unbeatable team! Handy evap-S4T9
some kind of neat or fish-. sweet Sprinkle with orated milk does double duty In preparing this great dish As ItJpour
potatoes. rich from the can, it coats the chops for breading with
food that takes the place
or a
'brown sugar Spread mustard crumb*-no egg Is needed. And it makes the marvelous pan i
of It, like eggs dried peas, or on one side of ham pieces Spiced crabapples or fried apple rings make an attractive :platter
Umas. Second, there should and coat with seasoned coating garnish.
be, of course, mitt, ke cream, mil U directed on package. Pork Chops and Gravy
or even d1Df-Ot' possibly Place on top of sweet potatoes. 6 pork chops 1 tall can ((13 fl.or) evapo-
some other food containing Bake at 400 degrees for ZO 1 Vi cup fat for frying rated milk (1% cups)
salt 1 tablespoon minced onion
milk. Third' on* should hare a minutes or until ban Is lightly YI vi cup teaspoon fine dry bread crumbs 3 tablespoons flour
nice green Tegetable U like be collards browned and mixture Is heated Melt fat in a large skillet over low heat. Mit crumbs and salt
or tanlps. might a troughout. Garnish with para.ay 'together in a shallow pan. Measure V4 cup of the evaporated milk
,.uaw ,'.retable like carrots. desired Makes 4 and pour into another shallow pan. Dip pork chops, one at a time,
Fruit should be chosen some- servings. into the evaporated milk, then into the crumbs, coating well on*
nv :t1m i. Last, serve bread or Mote: Any type of cooked ham both sides. Fry breaded chops In skillet over medium heat until
t-J crackers with bolter. Jest; well browned on underside, then turn and brown on second sides
.... ." wide selection nay be used and the site of Cover skillet with a lid, tarn heat low and cook chops slowly until
I The busy hottest this season need not become ponied afiott Potato Bake. Any type of cooked barn cub vsed. Slse of.pieces remember ft the pieces nay very tender, about 45 minutes Remove from heat. Remove pork chops
like this takes child'smeal
your GENERAL FOODS PRODUCT to a platter and keep warm. Stir onion and flour Into the drippings
something to add to that Christmas metL. lists It Is-flirn and 017 vary.See complete recipe elsewhere on page.a .
complete. USED: Good Seasons Shake 'a In skillet Slowly stir In the remaining 1V4 cups evaporated milk
Bake Seasoned Coating UU for plus any milk left from coaling chops. Stir and cook.until gravy
is thickened. Add salt and pepper to last*. Serve hot with pork
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Allergies, here's to your bealthl'And you appetite I For those !
who mast eat without certain familiar staples n new boot by
Binge Little, "Recipes For AUerglcd'tbI! toasts future S eggs, separated: by Ethel Moore
good eating for persons with allergies to corn,eggs, milk, wbeat, ,. t teaspoons raga Holiday Sealon II a toy tlme-a time for ttlnlf to.
and any combination of these baste foods, tar recently been; t t. /r 1 plot vanilla Jet CreamS gather The with family and friends and for sharing 'It.h. t'r..the.lItt4
-41bUsbe4. : : A caps apple juke; happiness of your home. Whenever you and entertain favorite) elllhe.
Written in collaboration wltt well ai those wo know how Few trains nutmeg serve up your very belt hospit&11ty detHrtllol'JOur
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Eastlake, II'>)., this book will affect-tbenv-aacy points of Beat en yolks;,add sugar, love II to awed try a potato very spec or al recipe we borrowed from one of New
make happy rudingforpersont Interest tre within the t7t pages' ke cream and tppU juice Beat York'i culinary artists, Venezuela RtehlrdlOlI.she II 111 Vennle command as .e of
'who most severely restrict of "Recipes For Allergies", .weld Beat etc wiles until stiff; call her makes things whirl when"er It Farler Manning Associates,
their food Intake because of The book Includes t primer of. fold Into apple )Juice mixture; foodl.She runs the test kitchen relations arm and eaten for such
lIublle
allergic reactions to these .allergies, lists of com, egg' nix wen Poor into glass bowl, luminaries a Madison a.Avenue Pearl alley,Pauline Frederick and Lee Jordan
foods b fact, all. of the 20 milk tad wheat contacts, other top>> with sprinkle of nutmeg. to mention few, and from her nit experience, she devisesnew
dishes to use todays
'million tad more, Americans "majortmllergets, disorders; Makes 12 serrings. Doablequantities recipes and adapts old and familiar ..
and imeiinatloiuVennle's _
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suffer each day with discomfort Cllltcl. allergies, shopping serrings.1rydhes"e new
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'aware t food, which they could recipes: ,which will be most
avoid, Is at the root of their/ IatBoildayoccitims.In .
suffering tad for these, u Tojpsy times
many of toe recipes contained .N
therein see those for preparing Topcy Tarries are Ole easiest
Holiday fancy meats, ,salads,, aid things to fix ron ever awl''
vegetables, \order to permit Quick, too. to t baking pan,
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day Here OM ttat'a creamy and foamy u an eggnog saovld be. Its base it apple
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from "soap to nuts" If the apple sauce, raisins, butter
juke, for aWI tang tad *"*. ADd u'- .
one eggnog 7"eu also one to oaDpterl-eODtalDl.
tiredness, Itching or headaches tad rated rind.
Apples no alcohol bat does bare Ice cream In It. sugar orange
one mtf! ;bare is caused by Then on this mixture press down, ,.
an allergy'to etjgs or milk,for brown '. serre rolls tad slide

example, the sufferer. has only On Christmas Morning }ae pan Into the area ;',.,., :..es..
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section ofthe book to find akltcbenprftred r Toper Tarries!
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Thoughtful Boctessfon-drlnk I| recipe which he, ; specUt holiday yam pie I. tmusoallr delicious, sowe '
If u well aj saa-allergic company 1 cup canned apple sauce asked her to hare her eeereU with as. One!it'i made with
tog guests will bless yo at happily tnd safely. 1 tablespocn crated orange commercial erg nor-ree err <>", u.n llr) available only In
offered tppl Juice, chilled tad The boot; carefully Indexed, find .fX eaeon-but Vennle discovered Old Mr.Boston Fresh Err Nor,
looking faiths with each glass offers t wjde variety of dlslies tablespoons oraij. Juice !M It tan be made anytime.Erf nog gives the pie a flavor theVeirreat
dressed with a carl of lemon ,texture that's extra creamy-emooth and Mr. Boston has
and maraschino which will please the Efeleorran 1/4 cup seedless raisins the kick In (although the alcohol evaporates off
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peel eberry. u well u the Spartan. A good lie cup margarine pie bakes right) ,the insists that freth yams be osed example U the famous Cabinet lie cop bran sugar boned sic -end while they're still hot mashed .
pud ,lag (lied si the White 1 package (It rolls) brown to remove all the ..t.rln"Then, you combine them with theether
strsliM! from the bottle.
7af) 1.rOnchrtdmarmorning Ingredients and the err nor !
now' eta be con 'a dire rolls be short and the baking time
Holiday Tim Dessert: Blend 1IovI.\onkla Three the pastry has to very
trait cake crumble through! those allergicto long and slow to set the yam custard gently and brown the
canned tad any of the offetders to partikeX Beat together apple saw, pastry to golden perfection.
sate serre
apple this scrumptious dessert. orange rind tad juice, raisins,
VENEZUELA'S YAM PIE
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sea on top>>
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For people who fad lILAC batter or margarine lAd won
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easier t. iMtdacto or n rash, sugar Poor into battered 7" I, 8 cop yams,mashed and strained
fecal Recipes For Allergies (17.50)) U" x t" pan. Place brown *4 cop batter
can tacit telpral, healthful, em rolls vpsld down la sane IS eggs '
Celery Wblmsyt Staff large delicious dlnlag ahead and press down' firmly. Bake la.hot \2 caps cap Old milk Mr.Boston Fresh Err Nor
stalks with a rnixtsr of cream The' book may to ordered f r*m.: oren, US degree FIS 1% cups sugar
cheese, canned tppl sauce tad Recipes For Allergies, Room piety bg blesaroaaatkebrskiasdtable.oia brsskfsstJ minutes. Tarn rolls oat of pan 1 teaspoon vanilla
prepared horseradish to taste. llOl ,Cletrmtrk Bolding, match the high spirits tt might Include Christmas Breakfast Topsy Turrles. Yon rush them to Immediately. Spoon remainingpan 1 teaspoon cinnamon
Chill well aDd, for serring luq'; OIt, :;Broadway, the table hot from the even, their luscious almost marmalade-like topping still breathing rate ores rolls tens H teaspoon nutmeg
cot stalks Into blte-alwpieces. GardeurCallfB47.; .waigs of apple and orange, their Insides light and asking for butterff /' warm Mile It 10111. Scrub thoroughly 4 or llar,. yarns, place In 6-murt aluminum
saucepan; cover with 'water and cook until tender. Peelor
--- slip off skins while still hot. Place yams in strainer or sieve
Cup Of Conviviality rCoffccCoos: and press through. Measure 8 raps end place la large mlxlnr I
bowl Add butter and stir until melted. Add err and be.twe1L
end" has taken on a ewlnrlnr .. steed: are Then basin well after each additlon.lelel."nor.milk
many of the oIell1.anclbr"' ys of making coffee craamlnrIII surer and season ',.. Pour Into pastry shell*. >Bake In even
Jr tone.too en the wearisome aftermaths of cleanup aad preheated to ITS F. for 1 hour. (Invert knife Into renter of
coffee discomfort. 6\11n\ ,. When knife comes out clean ftlllnr\ Is set) Top with
Now the CUM that ehher i eu simply addln*boiling*. whipped cream, if desired. Each pie b to 8.Vennle .
brim over with Kara... a new ur to a well rounded tra pooa- shared another secret lh"us. She doesn't like her
Instant coffee from Borden fut of Instant coffee. For thou nickname .....1'. She was born ta Florida while her dad war
Foods... with ninety per cent who like their cold coffee(troncMoond on a trip to South America. When Informed that he had a baby
t .of the acidity neutralited.Kara use a teaspoonful, then Ctrl he wind "I'" In Venetuela name her that The nickname -
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for tt. "Bet not U it means Fad banquet of l the Merrlmack
separation. Valley NAACP. la A adorer,
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, black paopla. :one, want a U&hrersity aen- IT Jw.l BULOVAYouMhA $ r it- ;
i la tile vorda of Andrtv BU-, allies to their wants and the beWr lit a 1M IT...... CALENDAR. "
I linfitoy, a formtr UrbaaUacaa needs of society. They want shock....&6II waIdWhIe., Ten. AND Dot
FaUov, who U tilt atwtffi more tksa aa and tale Yeitow. Z'4000 rny.M MUsrh.rWAN.q CREDIT IS A PART OF OUR .SERVICETake
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ItUt Chaacallor of Artdtmie approaeb-acoaatt .d to''

I Callferala'a Aflalra at the Berkeley Dolnrattyof 'pt The<1I1t.educators" atresaed that Yeuow r 000f up to a Full! Year to Pay .,. on our convenient} budget plan I .j

caaqm "EdacaUoa U the key black people today know that
to aconomk and political t pay! read to a_ part .ot the -f. & Gifts of/Musical TIME j
.l for the black ..." Ibe. aathorof American system U they are .. rcqcKoroj,
the book "Tb FamlllM ta to lead meaaiatfrl Urea. '
ftJ1t America. (Prantlce The sttttede of theae three 1 I. 'CLQCkl' from' WestinghouseFM
u'.flail, broucht this point tomerbaaadddYT mea waa lINt sammariied by TIMEXMAN'S ...
arrldlnff President Francis. ," : -- 1
f problem Jor Uaak peojtle today to aaidHBiackjroaacsters today Bled appears opens mouth
I laG develop Biatr on .....' toast to allowed a creater role' x and cuckoos the f uU hour
of fraoplehool' CUarty. one of la tile eelr.rsltystrabu..' once on the
the beat avwaea to achlevlncthla They mod prepare themaelvea halt Self hour. '
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foal, II throaheducattaB.Mnu for competition la aa epea Chroma plated "Mercury"rnod.l movement
reacttaa via echoed by1Mormaa society a society where they with stainless steel
C. Francis. Ite pact ess gal .hlr' part of tile
back. Shock raalatantVConlo
prealdaot of tha Mew Orleana1: action M *
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Hew*York. (KPft-The; NAACP has attacked 1" ,..
for
-of' Btack'sxtramlsts** who preach racial setrecatloa, anUtemtrlns d plated with stainless sisal 1 1taUo-f FM with AFC
larimlrtatinn and Holcoca. Motlac that "reaponti&leleaders back. V-Conlc movement \ All Long distance r c.pupeFua.ras .
who speak 01* acalnat them have lIMa aubjected 44 Shock raaiatant. Leather t'" Ages! gs 4 Inch epeakerVernier
ttreats of tIoIIIIce,' the MAACP, la aa editorial appearing laCriaia %.'. -. strap.i i tuning n .
..,w.e. said tile time aaa come for' apeakiaf oat ,."i O' 1iiiIiiI.-
load sad clear faabut axtremisU) last the entire race to i :: S2 r
branded u hate-moofera,aefreptlonlata,advocates. violence, Beautifully Hand-carved ,: _
and raaN7aikietaq : 4I e'
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.. D. C.. om)-"". U. a. Sorrow court but sea.'FLYING .
waek retesed to hear tha appeal of U ptnoDl ewlctadander. tr BIRDS'
a Teas "..wtd ....mb11'. atatata of staging a .alt...'' I Your Cholpe

a.p.ID.d. aUe L racial d1acr1Dal &court It njjsict.4appelad1' '.FuS beck cuckoo and forth dock.while Birds cuckoo swag
ca.II Jill IMS. The U .
contaatioB that their CoMttWtnml right ta tree- once on the half hour. ,, J
doa asaemUy had beea 1 tIInt or more persons with the latent of promotinc violence .

or other drtloas objectives. ,

Fort Hood. Tau (KPT)-Three Black soldiers, who ware IGW ll i+DhOUM' Open Every ,Night 'til 9 P. M.-through Christmas I tt
amass a TtoUl d 14T charged with refnainf to obey aa order U /PORTABLE
connection with emergency Uy dialog the Democratic National =- ,
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Convention la Chlcajo. drew stiff sentences: recently from aaU. Tape Recorder DOWMTOW'N .1.1'
. Mutlo,11oU.tak.. a21 L3M...... .
arm,cOlll't.aart1a1 Sp.C1aUds4Mains .. '. .
of New Orleans, were aenteacad to earrrts .IIIA'"
and WaMe Bahar. XL
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ala months at bard labor and to total forfeltare of all pay and ERREI .- ova a w.w.owrit""a : '! .Sii' .'..7..'
allaraacea. sad redactioa to the loweat so1I5tS4 "*. BptcIaUIt- I ,oaf PeftI ..... :3M.....
AlItecJ Miller 10, vu uaeat411ar411bor e1&td mmtbatotal -'. ,'.'. .
1orIeItct,of pay uS aUowuca u4 rtdIIcUGa to tile .ienliatedrank. h ti r7 =toll, 'f

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; Artists' Circle Poitier's Beginning Tike' Part !I. Africsa' Si.inr .


1 TALLAHASSEE Dr.Anne Richardson Gayles, professor of !j
education tad chairman of the Department Secondary Education,

Jan Vaa der March, director of the Unseum of: Contemporary- at Florid MM University hasbeen Invited by her Alma Mater to theIMI.71 -
Art selected: two DllnoU artists to combine statuary and is pure Teacher Collep, Columbia' unrrerslty-4o participate
E4neMat In East Africa
to portray the historic figures of DuDe Pope Cook,who led Tackier Project.The
mtnols Into statehood, tad John Jones the first Negro to hold project U flounced by the 'East Africa) for the secondary
elective office to Cook County. I Agency for lotenatianal Development teachers college. Her professional -'
Frank Gallo, created the statute of Cook and Richard Boot, ;, of State aad responsibilities would
sculptured the metal likeness of Jones. s r4f administered by Teachers Include instruction in social '
Runt, metal sculptor was ban to Chicago, gradated from College, Columbia University.The .. studies methods courses and ,
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Englewoad High schoof. became a student at the Dnlrersity of governments of kenia principles of education, la supervision
,Chicago and received his decree from the Chicago Art Institute.Be Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia teachlnfpracUce,and
has since aehlered treat prominence sculpture while still hare requested eiperlenced assistance with in-service ."'
a young mu.1W works of: welded ...11a..been exhibited and teachers for two-year toursu education programs.Tutors are .
are to collections: of most of the major museums of the country.Be staff members of their prl- n I i also expected to demonstrate
Mi nc.1Yt4 both Gufcenheim' andFord Foundation Fellowships ;mar/ and secondary teacher. effective teaching methods and
U well U nmmtroos major awards from the Art Institute training collects. to participate la the revision
.of c. JcaI9. Be has bees acclaimed by critics. to be "one of theosf Teachers College has been of college syllabi.Football .
gifted and assured artists working the direct metal, open- asked by the United States ; :
form II8d1aI.l.IIJ'WItrela the world. Agency for International De Injuries :,
The young artist approached his subject lob Jones with, velopment to recruit select
similar emphasis on historical deL Instead of walking away J and train these teachers. The Cone Under :::
from premature and splendid achierement-4j to the case of East Africa Institutions are :
Cook-Jones slowly and almost painfully ascends the steps toMe : Interested. dereloplne radical Scrutiny By Heds
( greatness, carrying the burden of office and weighed dorm / \ programs for training sew
by the heritage of slavery. There to evidence of: the pioneer's teachers and for upgrading Something must be done to'
perserreranee, symbolised Quite by the artist teachers currently la ""te.. minimise football rJel. according
Jones came to Chicago: with his wife from: North CatoUDaIIZ&Dta11OD TEEA to intended to assist to those la authority.A .
la IMS and began his trade U a. a.tWot-merchaat. / ; them to achieving these. objectives )joint society of physicians
Be etched a. place of Importance to the city that was so exceptional \ through the provision .has been authorized to make r.;
It caused aD citizens to respect ail" Dl.tmJlbWt1 and. of professional assistance to aa eshaustlve study of the '
strength character. their primary and secondaryteactar taatter.: A symposium will beheld > .
Jones to perhaps best remembered tor Ids" almost single-handed. '-: \ training colleges.Dr. at I Washington University .
enactment of the repeal of Illinois' black laws His to U Ideal J -. \' IIH' position to the la St. Louis next February ud .'
Instance of a mesa who, denied to youth the advantages of progr'*. mid be designated should do much toward giving
education, succeeded to working his way to prominence among I as thfe *! tutor (u tech Ed. out information, statistics, and
Us people. Sidney Pettier and Brnrty Todd are caught to a. scene from Movement. Miss Tom portrays aa admirer sympathetic to calico C&cers art called to the lilac '
Ohlrersal's "The Lost Maa'', to which Poltler plays aaethis cause. I "
soldier dissatisfied with the slow pace of the Civil RUMsElttrtlilslllt


J, M : I Hits Ald'CrUiMimiM Reamed To. Pierce City Council CHRISTMASCHEER r.

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"MATILDA COMPOSER DEAD w'wI1JatUt Csynon was Jack: katfleld,'by app/oslmately '..
; J 'JAMAICA, N.T.' (KPI) -Requiem mass was sung recently returned to the Pierce City 1 tOO voles.
This is \::' for Cecil Anderson, composer of (he famous calypso song Commission from the Northslde The predomlsaaUyKecroLlncola
"'Matilda" and known throojaont the music world a fcU.ct.Iron7 I.atrldJor another two,having Parks area gave Caynoa :
the nicest '* following! his death to Mew York City at the age of et., defeated ,Iris white opponent. a. substantial lad.FNCISa&.
Ban to Port of Spato, Trinidad, Anderson, who developed Us
,, rhythm and talent tor Calypso songs at u early age, was also ,;,:
/ :',2' smoothest with favorites "Out De Fire .
credited writing such other as :
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y "Last Tide totes FIfI&Ddo"ID4 "Ugly Woman-. .. ..

bourbon asvva re Burr unit Nrle M..U AN4teclle of tow ; I
DtOKKE STARS; THREAT FAILS :
lever to come SRREYEPORT, La.-(KPQ-'Threats JJIIt Megromtmbert* roue ncoujHML WHUAUh. J N 11"\1
..... "' ....." ., nil ..of thy cast nave tailed to halt the filming of "The Slaves'Vjj. 4' : i ) VT
, lout'of f -\> 'motion picture starring Black slnrer Dloone Warwick and vwterofactor ,f'f"
ogle Darts, which to scheduled\ for release sometime 1514548ML .r
'11 Kentucky around January, 1MI. The movie, produced by Philip Langner MN MTNl4rel
[ and purporting to tell the true story of slavery to the United
States, was also interrupted by the Illness of Miss Warwick
but to DOW proceeding! oa schedule. rrONN' MAJOR Lk..4 1.
MtNl nANCtS-U'1.; pncew i !....,.., .'.
\ VERSATILE PERFORMER DONNA j.rumen-l us.*a*..MR. <*as.H.LIUH.ClS.0';;"". .
CHICAGO (KPI) -Duke Payns, leader of a. group called ...
f the Jan Organisers, to drawing rares to entertainment circles
because of lls talent and versatility. Duke, the perfectionist, CIAIUE'S, PUCE.IKDEI lEI MANAGEMENT May Christmas ; *
Find' plays the bagpipes! tenor sax, flute and baritone sax, among bring to each of 'Vb
out
other Instruments.
wt our many friends ,=
r BLACK COMPOSERS CONCERT .
\ yourself. .a and teo:
NEW YORK (!CPI) Highlighted by outstanding performances joy happiness.
and singing the first annual concert of the Society of
Black Composers was presented before an appreciative audience DIXIE PHARMACY
at PubllcSchooltOUaUtortumrecenUy.Topperformerstoclud( : I
Sanford Allen, violinist, and Barbara Smith-Conrad, 1qfIDO.I ;
1302 KINGS lOAD it MYRTLE ATE, El 3-5537-Si;

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Sicirlty JOE'S FRIENDLY MARKET

i Ii taSOn's reetin Whiff U the year"m m"gained fISH FRY- -.... -Thursday: Kite !1"
equal status with 'dad" At LIVE ElCTUTA.11 Wn'-WeektD4 U" i UU. I' An.Sttf Ij..IWHtWl
kist this to true down at the BAR "TT .-_._Fttlne Dam .
From All. Ihe Employeesv. social security office. MA1t&GEri.F1ilo.. CAtte. ''.."{
James H. Mlddletoa officer .

to charge for Social Security 3I2S Nirtl list lit An.Mililhiii Mc LIt 'N
at the till West 13th Street
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: ("' '.. ; .; 1: ,. .)... :-!' their mother's record under f
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>:-" .. i ,'..I". '<1.-"M'\ ., .. to be metonthefe her'trecord* ;;Your professional beautician !.Ii.Ii't"

i ': i ':. ; ; ;, Be explained that a ctanpto J knows the answer...
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this year made this possible
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"Previously. said
..'.. ,"' p- ; ; \ .. .I ,.. a natural or adopted child to II Tlif liD lib Ti NIII TM.
x\ : receive benefits on his mother's

t ,..t J"r''.. p,.. Ji: }3 1\ T'r '.\ _'. .".," have account beea the recently mother either employed must Is peroxide needed to Btu fairy lij-ltlf In N SlHaJ,1, ;

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t .' Sr' : ,.. ... .. .iI II I.rtj :' the sew rules," I'Ill'
.. t'ro"S't'" ; ',- Ulddletoa pointed out. -a rUIr care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray "

1 :{ :: ; i l r \ r natural or depeadeat adopted chili upon is considered his 'hair-and-can even dull slight a woman's fading appearance of natural and color make after her chemical look older relaxing Mill If Pilir' Clips Mff. tsijiiy .:;

i, :t ) ({ ( : .,.t.t-:" mother without having any ben special met.conditions A than effects she many feels.are While hesitant most women about hate using these permanent premature peroxide aging P.C. '22 Fill Prici Sills Pus. Tai '

: : : f: stepchild can now qualify if he halrcotoring: which may change the natural hair color while t
was living with the stepmotheror coloring gray. f.C. 11 lid Dice, $7SS Pits TIJ :. '
Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance
of
receiving some part of his
;: \ SFEEpY CAR !.!SERVICE: support from her Even illegitimate their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a ii% Kit Print. fatten Wtrrtttiif > o>
; : cttidrenaoga1Iywten problem. These experts also know that Clairol created: semi.. ;;t'Jt'

.. '1 .. I. ,, .;.,.,.. :'. .. ". .... .I."l .. i1: certain conditions are met" to permanent' olor only Loving the Care without* hair changing color lotion the without natural peroxide... '_ 'Lust IkH Yu Cu Hi .; .
gray shade. They' :
; :, .t):' .'.;....,\,':L' ".!..'..;..,'. .it't.. .... .! \'.; .. ..-J't .fi.... made Mlddletoo to children said payment of eligible can be also find loving Care blends back color faded by chemicalprocessing. ,,. .

,r ifrtl \ : ;}.ff'. ';:J ,; """ :U1 .t:; f female workers until the child Because of its mildness Loving Care maintains PUCES F.I.I. IPI h'
r. $35 Fir .
t* <1' 'to I '). healthy looking hair and lasts through month of ; UstiHttiMMiUs Mitt .Jjt-
.5"4. :} uty".r': ,:; / T'1 *-;;ir ? becomes II years of age Pay. a shampoos. .
'* meat can be continued beyond Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her '
f. Ihlu.i'' 'I ;age it to students sad djabl$4children. ,fair she is always wise to consult a professional beautician. If IPI: ,>;::.
} .'Drfve Building .Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand \6t
.. "Payment under this new provision the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most -
t can be made back to personalized haircoJoring: effects every time she visits her salon.If POLAR SALES ft SERVICE: .
>-54M AYe. B Phone 7640289 last '.bruarr,"Middletonsald. you dislike gray, and want no peroxide why .not ask your .. ,
?m parent or guardian of. beautician to glamorize It with Loving Care rti
\ the child: win need to Hie aa .p pee leer Oourwt 1If CIaIroIIno
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I Agriculture Department Announces $10 Million Fo Program ,Fot J O ':-:, "_U rl,


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Morgan Students Eye Politics .' 1.

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vorkshop NEW YORK conducted- As Jointly all-day by' DOWNTOWN 300 HOGAN'' ST EEy'w

Lff bit NAACP vlth tbt cooperation
of New York Unlrerslty's Net ,
Career TraialngUboratorymarked
tbt official tttmchlng
of the Association's first ts-
team yoath employment

proJect to be conducted under .. ... S- .. .... .... .I "
tilt aegis of a $55,000 Henry f br. j
Luct grant to six major metro- S. 4
politan areas starting' i 1t

r -lmt edtlteb. ......
Outstanding resource persons S. ;. 4F '' 4 % +rt#
Mho participated to the all-day- 1i 1 t t
sessions here, Included Miss ri
?" 1 Constance Carr, director of..training d
; New york Dnlrerstty! f 4 tf

Center for study of Unemployed .' .
Tooth; Dr Ell Cohen, director 1 0 I'....
of tbt Rational Commission: on s.
Employment of loath, and r9
Aaron Scbmals, assistant dl st % I Ir 4

rector, neighborhood terrier : F
.Ctattr Program, Lincoln '
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..Hospital, Ytshtn OhlTtrslry.' t';'
The training stations wets xL

Scholars In the Institute for Political Education at Morgan State College shorn vtth the Ret. set op by George DrOl4t1t14.procn.m E"r .'
Cbuntef Phillips' epcahr It the BID or JUabtI; Coc ocaUoe. Fran row, from lalt. an M1aa development consul- 4' i4 0'
tan, and James Brovn, Jr., Igood ,
Jojre Brovnbffl Mottos I.T.; Her., Phillips; and Mitt Deborah Jones, Chester, Pa, .acting dlrtctor of the youth ,, "
from left C. Sanders Bahamas Wallace Often'Betbesda
Standing ,art Hartley Nassau ; O. and college division both of '
ltd.; Recordo Perif, Baltimore; Kenny .Hooper, Baltimore; Gad MicElror, Miami, Ha; the NAACP. 5'S N T '<..
.Tbomas K.Colnes; Colombia,=.c.; and James E. Jackson, Battlmort.Spttitl The alx cities cbosea for employment S.Pll. '. '
development ,
program < ,
Aides Will Visit ChampionDOUOALUOOOO CIder the conditions of the ,
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grant art Memphis, Atlanta, 4 .. \ ::1 J ,
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Oklahoma City I Minneapolis,
Needy Aid Explala PrtfriMCKKAOO and Washington, D.C. \'.-Iron cotton OxfordMISSES' look forma ,

=: CNPO 'Ibt American Fnodfor Dental Education's NAACP youth field directors :
who attended the sessions Included
wv program of dental scholarships for Back college students Miss Carolyn QulDoln, SHIRTS I BANION'SHIRTSHandsome
tas mired Into IU Mcood year vUh tbr UDOaDC.meDlIba.tare Michael Brodle, Charlea Mays,
applications araUabt for tht 1M9-70 school year. Kenneth Bran, SberrOl Marcus
Hailed M a Mgalnt step" by that .members of Ida committee] Preston Plnkett and Calvin Tremendous collection'of ,nylon- bits -;

Black dental. tdOcators, tktittUomride found soot counselors haft Loper. Each city field director solids, stripes, tattersalls. with stylish hand-looped 'a
vat madepotstbl. ,dlecoorared Black stadeats U authorised to hire u employment ;;
procram 25IKIED 444
Many colors.Button down collar and 3-button placket 4"
threeytar from director 1m lDt41a1et,.
by a 1177.900 coaalderlai a total
challenge grant tot be cvttr becanst the counselor One sock director already selected I collars barrel cuff long front. Won'tJose wP ....,.
AIDE by till W. X. KtllOftoondatlon .c ao' tot "tnov of the financial who attended the sessions iWves. 32 to 38. Choice colon. S-Al L.XL *'**i
last April assistance arailiblt. vas George Ktrford of
Tht procraiB alma to seek, Vast to maintain tilt prtstnt Oklahoma City
Black dental atodtnta through u, lava of care, dentistry at tda B vas decided daring the dls-
Intensive carter guidance effort moil dentists There art dental casino sessions that tat I It
and anllabUlty of Ui cbolar<, carter opportunities' prl A champloa of adrertialnf original tmphaals vlll be npon i
ships tat Ibt 1MM school, nit p ra c ttachlac rttarck > careers for minority trosp quality rather than quantity
ytar. Each U at a dlttrent .nergradaalt ., and public health" Rome members is Done Atticood, Myear > employment and that the group r
school around tot platlent old radon ciUDh'lra1t1..D1.Bradley .vlll rt coxmtry. All ati of the attdtatj Tt ATDE topes to prorldt at ., Class to assess progress to deb .. I
art rtcelflng JX.500 from UNATDE. 11 atilt scboluihlM for '$I, who is a top atcovnt .i-. i'i .- I t 'W a ,
Providing they nalntaJi I, the 191!-70 school ytar. FOOT, scathe for Batten, Barton, Cofffresslom) Units -' / ti"j\ f
toad grades they will abort* will to sponsored by Kellogg. DvrsUat ft Oaborat, lac. "
ctiTt up to W.MO: for act 01fov : Io-.DSaUoL SI.t1oIIa1: matching national adv. ,. .H..Co.pl.lllsV
fct yearn of dental school scholar ships being soatltti'rtaliliood.. d loc. 'lntthe tut of i U r
Two ct .... ......:; ;- r and tbt mistnuT' \V "if \... t1aL..l.i k 'r.
art "'wae" owd BUtrwciiirtB few ; .
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IOU foato'atloa.tvt by uaaonynuut .,' ',Asy Black eoSkp student nay', adrtrtiaint todastry ,aid is r r rl K
contribution, ont by apply for oat of the 1H-70 doing his put u president of "Vigorous 'fiet
Pcpel I Co,'NawtYerk, art OM' AIDE .cboLitklps.Aulog that Grotp for AdTtrtlsUcVrocma. ,enforcement of tbt tat1-discrl- ,
by Proctor Gambit Co., ClnDatld -- year, they most complete tbt' to II'nut nortyounc missiles chess to VMlGoTtrament :,, E !
dDD&U H"*"""* somber of codroaseeded ptoplt to svltchlnc to costracts would
Baant,chalrnu of tbtAFDE't to apply for entrance advtrtlslnf u a carter. fate more direct impact. !to :
Nit
adrlsory eon a1Cu for to dental school la tht. fall of &*** eliminating racial discrimination 1 1Iul
tbt 170.Applications. to employment than ail of
program, said that U they
Urt sirs Black dtBtlrta bart art considered ontht INTEGRATED' the law suits and complaints R4 I
rtaMd to tbt point that toctay basis of, their academic: TAYEKlt by Negro Nur.Ial..t"
ken U dynes BtackotR. background: financial need and JEFFERSON CITY, Ito.NPQFoIlowlsgacom. employers and labor salons, '' .
Herbert NAACP
Hill. labor
Ida per 11,600 black ptoplt. character.JOtaooih. -( 4i
Sloan, woo special project) radii are Important plaint with tbt Missouri Com director, told u ad toeCongressional .. ,. f
coordinator for tilt Vm. Wrlf ," Stoait said,"any mission on Runua Bights by committee totestimooy TOP.M.w.nz :; ;' ropAfar. sA.h..N
L y.:Jr ,Company,Chicago,,Bald atadent vlth u interest to dentistry the Malden NAACP branch, the tort.
The Government's to
is std to sWtl" Block Ins titers of MiMes cancel contracts for power violation B.1I1'fl1' tlmttlf tlflfMHKAN lssp.rUd quality .. ,..,.,.,.w.
1411D,1ot a a k I a f ap p U- has. agreed to end Its racialdllcrlmlaatbeL
Boslaeis leaders altos is load July. Selection EalllUAr.qen of the anU-dlacrlalaatloa
will be announced to Aacttft. owner, has bees ac aeedt provision, Mr Bill said "iI SNIT SHUTS _IWEAI,3
Applications" are available from .of denying Kegrots serrkt to undoubtedly tilt most powerfulatnglt
Urged To Aid to'eliminate.
the til K.ChlcacoAVt.' Ida establishment and keeping. Teapot
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N1ACP director of koualat sap front, vmbroidned patch seotle! Orion Ktt.lic..Dyed.tda > AiuUU. fMrlizcd buttons TWO or T style shlrtt aba
pro uu, kaa told the NatkttalUtqcUUoa portcU. In blue, pink, mint Utttont. Coral 4 blue matched pockets. Green. Uu briefs ... In S-H-L.... Boi.er .
of maisfadaiers: .111JJUJ1.m 5 and maize From die 10 to 20.8tawleu ..pink aqua yellow, 34 to 40. gold rust plaldk S-X 'T'JJl- .,' shorts ia siMt 30 to 41SW
that black .,.iDe.... mud be .

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tocletiea-'V Black eoaa.a.lttts are 'i I II It

rapidly Mess larftr. mart ,
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aepiratt & equal. y I
llorrU said t'k poUrlutlon't:, !
of tht races Is dutr01IDC but a
oemecratlc,.....These black
Iktttot .pawatraatnliaM. ie.rbeset
despair and .bittenM/ 'Be' L
old.that they reqtlrt "no tau J'a STMTCNCKWSPopuUr
tkaa Immediate all-oat,
national fort-by) both tht, r tC .
Federal>Govtramtat and 71"
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prlratetoUrprlM.". Mlr
; The KUCP booainf director +
: socks of Orion
challenced the ism .. E t acrylic sports stretch nylon. In
to tire masalvt to the autumn had *.Men: 10 to 13IITIIfl -
elimination of ibtttoa aid the I
problems which ctea from; S
them. Be -called for "a it- a
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Jtctioa! of pateraallatlcprocrams"
aadatled the Kilt '
to aaalct lbs tettb people indevelopinf
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dual standards prompt eliminating In munlrtpalstrvicts. of HWTYKMfr .- '''' 11.

lay enforcement Late tr/atsa.er -1: :.*
economic. opportunities and the1rightto
stem food housinf' 'S 'S
la good eeiiborhoods at a e.-_ s ., 313Opaque .,.
price they can afford to pay"are 55 y I .
aAtltloml quirements.arr. _;_..., .1
Morris la addressing tbtNAM p.lr n'I'I "
aeaslon here at Smirnoff makes the party rock. Loot lean end lovely looking! ny bossing Talented Smirnoff.lt bedazzles Juice.Stwps holiday Artec:* for mini SunfDDe.wbt. front overlay. Wedgewood Nylon Moot, with eo8- *
orange ; up .
the Waldof-Adoialeamher roeetisq.orr- .. aqA high blue. mint tangerine orange, touch of luXury stint Elastic JOWL Bfcck. wd.' i M.
5, announced that"tht NAACP punch.Adds brilliant sparkle whatever'good to drink.That" '1uIIIc.a colors.I S-1N-L IizeI. TOM and violet In -W-L.'". kg.band White, color*.5-iO. anti s..L.. ,
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product bootleg for lover- Vodka hews you.,.../t .u. YOUR MOfvlYf WORTH MCNU AT* ..
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Distinguished Alumnus. YOUR GOOD; PmHeit Jefcisei Addresses'


f; SEAFOOD CENTER I r .HEALTH Urbii Leiie Oppertuity Meet

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f WHITING, 4S ,' r In frostbite, minute Ice crystals President Lyndon B. Johnson at the National Urban lcue'S
URGE ROE MULLET i form In and between the Equal Opportunity Day Dinner at theNew York Hilton: Hotel:
I I 1 c..4 e'Meypeft 'Ik. ( cells of the body. Strange U Mr Linen, Mr Toon ,directors 'Jbei there were the doted
4 ;r it may seem, this occirs only and members of the National 1965, 1966, and 1961, when.
A Quintet large Flounder after JOG BO longer feel the Urban League, Ladles and frustration torned!Into violence,
of winners Ia coll. One reason working Lathe Gentlemen: and racists ofbott colors: called:
LB. 591Drum 1, snow Is likely to cause "I wanted to come here tonight, for an Armageddon In which
ShitiihiiiInim frostbite of the feet Is that the not only to Join yon In paying oar dreams- s veil as oar
1ldlamigThroseitpaniak mow may be about It degrees tribute to an old friend and his 'eltles-woald go np la smoke.
$ Mackerel' SpeckltiTnit CQCWfc colder'than the air around your fellow award winners, bat'to'rea Many of you denounced that
e lluiFiih UUu. head. 1rm my dedication: to equal suicidal: coarse, and called: upon
Another factor In frostbite Is human rights In America."A our great nation to torn from
wind. A wind of 45 miles an food many of yon hare sat ,Jestrection: to te11-renew-
Bass
45 0 Red Channel hour reloclty at 20 degrees Is by my side daring the past fire ed.
,Ib.,49CROOSEVELT more chilling than a two-mile years and hare tried to help "Then there was the Fair
to-hoar trees at 40 below mess I tried to keep America Housing Act of mi whoa **
kero. High altitudes also Increase moving toward the only destiny last wedeclaredthatAmerlans
the danger of frostbite that Is worthy of her greatness.Irememberthoseboers were not to be cordoned off
because of the reduced concentration against their win in racial
a .jA of oxygen In the at some.bright with promise and ghettos. .
some shadowed by tragedy. But "Throughout this time, them
A ', It yon must work tempera* all of them were filled with were moments of grief;as when
turN that are below freezing, challenge to those of w who a great civil rights leader was
fOIl should avoid overexertion.B sought one America. shot down and his voice forever
however, your work makes "There was the Civil Rights lost.
yoa sweat, yoa should take off Act of 1964, and the straggle ")LuIJ of JOG were there lathe
an outer garment topreventtbe to write into law each White Bout with me, at
saturation of your underclothes American's: right! to a Job, to those mom II t.. And many
jDti Walter Cooper (center), an Eastman-Kodak: research associate1 in the Rptotheory: with moisture thus obliteratingthe equal treatment In public others of you were oat la the
Research Lab, has received: the Distinguished Alumni Service Award from Washington and minute air pockets that help places, to Justice: In the ei* cities-in the board rooms, lathe
Jefferson College. Dr. Cooper was honored for his "ork,1th the anti-poverty program in to bold the body heat pendlture of public toad Many personnel offices at theedltprlal
Rochester, H.T., and the New Tork State Advisory Committee, U.8.Civil Rights Commission. Never touch metal at belcnr'freellDc of you were there in that desks, la city balls,
P G r With Dr. Cooper are Kenneth M. Mason, also a Will alumnus and the sales manager In the temperature with your straggle. la the councils of labor- rglng
New Tork City 'area for Kodak's Motion Picture and Education Markets,and R. Bard C. bare hands because metal can "Then there was Selma and your fellow Americans: to breakdown
4 Patterson. NP1 Photo absorb beat rapidly and freeze the Voting Rights Act of 1969 the bars that separate
(' to your skin. that grew oat of It. Many el black Americans from a share
I yon joined'ae In saying that la the common good
Receive: Academic Awards despite the blind anger of some Nothing that we have done In.
-, ._ these could ban really
years
men and the apathy of other
been achieved without .*'
Nlircats'6t.,1St I men, we shall overcome: you.
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I liiittriil Wend Tin Whit

NewA
dlacrlmlaatlM la the higher ranks
la an assault upon racial
May the peace and joy of NEW CLASS STARTS' of employment, a gorerameat official declared that a colleges
EACH MOM DAY ...... trained black man has less chance: of getting a Job cocnmtaiorale:
Christmas abide with you. .W with his training than a white cn school drop out
leckseeyilleloner Clifford L. Alexander, Jr.. about equality la Income, or
chairman of the US. Equal equality la employment, the
i Employment 1111111 Commission bead II the Federal Govern
\ Ccllep6MDAVB documented this fact ment's antl-)ob discrimination
GRILL STREET at a symposium on"The Higher agency gave the one-word're
355.$74i Education of 'croet-lte1 to apaue: 4laer1mlDatJoD.
816 W. Ashley Phone 354-9349 Equality"The topport of als allegation he
+ symposlomwuapaoeand presented some Totes
by the fatted Negro College drawn from fee New
Fund sad The Saturday Review white collar employment scene.
;. t tad brought together u Black people> representing
Imposing array of Waders In approximately 16 per cent of
government, b...... .New Tart City's population la1H6.
Industry foundations, labor sad be reported filled car
I., education at a meeting la Wash 16 per cent of the total white
Have teflon recently. collar jobs of the dry's 100
Aubrey Lewis fcs sfl,,repors ntatlre of woolworth and Company presented o1U tp Elaborating, Alexander noted major corporations*
awards to Alan HSJSMM (left) and Ken Riley (right Q during activities of the Xth aural ,that *'a eoUep-o 8cattd black The corporations, be said,
Orange Blossom .Cbusjt in Miami Simmons, a tight end.from Aleon College and RUey. .-,aua earM.'at the median less showed black people representIng -
) quarterback for the: lbrlda MM University Rattlers baa the blgr-el academic arersgi'1 f than a while high school drop 1.4perteatdlkeabe*
i on their respective teams. Alcorn defeated the Rattlers J6-9 n the Classic. out, and barely two-thirds what workers, S 4 per cent of the
a white man earns with a comparable tacaaiclaaa, and only 0." percent
CkiR6 U Stitis The Coat of Driving level of education."' of the professionals.
t-ttftulftc! he potirttd out that Forty.Cve of the 100 corpora
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SAN .JUAN, Puerto Rico-NPQ' -More changes la the status NEW YORK-Tbe cost of "the disparity of Income between lions, be said, bad no blacksalesvorkers
are feeing reflected: among the remaining colonial possessions automobile insurance average' black. and wait In 46 bad ao black
I some throughout the world. Puerto.Rico, by its recent election: results, out to approximately 1.4 maUI America actually ac rea It I, technicians aid< is looking to become the Slit State of the Union by lltO If not I mile note the Inturoncc Information "with the level of education .
outer Ocean Island a'tiny spot of land la the South Pacific, Institute. The figure attained. There Is a closer Despite the aristenct la New
Is seeking to gala its freedom from Great Britain to become the was calculated' by the U. S. approximation, of equality la 'York City of Federal state
world's smallest independent state, while Its neighbor, Nauru, Bureau of Public Roads *>*Jdi earnings among people with u tad a\&kJpl11aft, against Job
has become a special member of the British Commonwealth. reports that depredation. maintrnance. -, elementary school I education d1IerlmtAaUol\ rttrrr\fi\m: to
u n, parting and ,thaa there Is among college private ageaclM to Increase
a tolls run the total COlt of own- graduates" Negro employment and tM
: tog and operating automobiles To the qatstloa of why claims of ladsttry itself that
1 1 1 up to II. cent a mile. education has tailed to bring "things are changing", Alex*
aader said that between 1966
Phot* and 1967, only 649 blacks were
YOUR OWN HOM 354-6746 .5ISTER" IISS1E added by TO companies with
.. She -put present and a white cottar workforce .of
Mmrirae ads no tuecUoos MXllUdl vaj 163,000.
ALL liCK I what you want to know, giving dates aad facto of tt that wart not enough of a
bodies, love, health and fuaily affairs. Will rebuff to the Negroes who bad
-. -; 3 3BEORIIMAlow l baby roe Had lost art. TIna you whom you wffl strlved to get a algser 1
starry sad wea. If the one yoa love U true, nat education, dlscrlmlsatloa.
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set to do tube successful.Will reunite the separated, scored even another trtamphla
locate absent friends sad relattves aad caw that of the 859 kind U6
MOOg I'P Y 66SALES bappbiMs between nun aid 1rUe. 11531* crake were assigned to the lowest
op lovers taarrels. Tans If sfckaacs and tad level Jobs U the white collarFIGHTS
14ap! 2 .rnon ken luck are natural enemies, or If there is u evil vsvavavinfluence. category,U&IIIStr dated.e .
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Otte OFFICE at Does not tan '
Just oat to please yo DIVISION A 20th ST. EXP. visit will for
repay you appolAtmeats In all others ShV vr.ur. __
RAN PARK read yorr We like U open book. bat also help you oat or your' OQ'
11UtJBtU. Come and see why yon are so aobsppy. when
everything' seems to go 1t'1'OIICftJ be sad and[downhearted
sink and worried when fOIl caa be hefeed and everything Bade" DISCRIMINATION
clear by consalUag THB GIFTED MEDIUM. E'1f'1bod11r'11-' 'IN JOBS
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cone. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I stake no teas calls Doa't
Qiue3ei! the address. SJSTCR BESSIE located: aorta of EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
When only the L CIA U.I. '1,1/1 ails from city a c4Uaban Florida.aTAir OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
JIboDt: m-U50. 1800 G Street. N.W.
purest will do: yh JI FOB BEBSICiU1U'ROKTOFmtEEAuCIII! tWstre, *' Washington D._a 205061
fromJPOBTSMJUf MOTEL '
w : w VASttlNE* PfJKOlEUli Jolt r Open daily from I ajn. 'to 10 p..., laclodlag Sundays.JBJS .. Ia
'beiP" prevent dl t>f.r CUPPING KNTrri. StOUTOAS9.00READINGfar r. :
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KEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL WORLD Noire Piper. KMSIS

NEW CAMS,
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (NI'I) Black Identity and pride. OF ROOKS Tikes ,Lead !I. Preaetrtf.
L has come to, Prime Minister Forbes Dunham's office, vte his i
I I ,,right hand man, Sydney King. King who beads Ihe African THE LONG BLACKSCBOONER for the first time In cols Milan's history,a solid voice'of Black
Society lot Cmltural Relations with dependent A America is being called for to make a definite statement of"
Written EMMA GELDERS
officially changed his name to lulltftJU&, a West Aban STERNE by concern through the country, hi a recent move by a young BUck
phonetic name meaning "B1a t Man of Guyana." roLLETT; PUBLISHING Published.. CO.by. organisation called BAATAS, the initial steps were taken for a
mass movement across the United States to gather a minimum
SOMETHING'S UP Chicago:; $3.$3 C1otbccrrtr 181 of three. million signatures on petitions to U.S. Government

SALBBURT (NPI) For some undisclosed reason, the i.."..1be Long Black Schooner" officials, to,tab,ImrDtcUat. action on behalf of the starving

whttt-minorlty-rnled government of Rhodesia has moved the Is the fictionalised account, for populace of the BUfra-NIgerla tragedy.
Rev. Ndabanlngi> SIthole from a local JaIl to secret place oft readers, of the"AmlstadIncident The organization is the result It Is requesting the assistance
detention. Rev SIthole, leader of the tanned Zimbabwe African .young ," a little known, but after an intensive amount of of Negro publications throughout
.National Union, bps been held In the local JaIl without trial Iris Incident of Black History wort and concern of a Wichita, the I Iud along with BUck
't tot nan than four )'eU" It Is believed be was transferred to which took place in 1119. Ksn., Negro weekly newspaper, oriented Radio Stations across
the News Hawk, which has been
the nation. Civic tad.
police c.n.ta Goromanzt, to miles from Salisbury. It is the story' of a group of
Instrumental in putting on a Community organisations,
Black from ,
people brought over
,, FLIGHT CAPTAIN dictated Drive tat its home city church organisations, I youth.
Africa to Cuba U slaves] and
ADDS ABABA -(NPQ-Agradiate of the National Airlines and being able to get tilt, organisations many otter
Training Project, predecessor of Ethiopian Airlines' pilot free tbey-dstsrmlo.dfobs and to return to their Governor of Kansas to proclaim -,I methods to get the petitions
center has the festive period of the signed citizens of the Buck-
training become the first Ethiopian to quality u a while by
bomeland-motlnled being
captain upon successfully completing the final flight test of his from of month between Thanksgiving. community throughout the'
transported one part
DC- captaincy. The pilot Is ZeDeke Demlssle who, after eight, the Island to another. and Christmas as the "Month country who are coocereedwtmtheir
years of Intensive study, Is now fully qualified to fly Ethiopian's of Hope", which will see little BUck brothers
For while In
a they are control
domestic and International routes. thousands of churches and or- across the seas who are reportedly -
/ ; J i Lz : called of the"Amlstad.ship, a schooner" But observe this periodas dying at the rate of 12,000
BIT SONG ft period to help these people ,each day and the rate climbing
BAMAKO, Mall (NPQ Pupal&r songs hale a variety of 'The National Urban League now has a new president On the left is President James A. Linen, beaus they could not navlgate In Africa. steadily, _
origins, but the most unusual one Is the song going the rounds elected at the test annual eaten 1m New Or leans. Be Is shown with, center, Whitney Young, they were tricked by two The organisation's title More than one million have
tn Malt telling of the overthrow of President ModIbo Kelta. The executive director, and Undstoy r. Kimball right outgomg president.Coifressfoiftl wbo former white to slaves sail the owners to, BAATAS, stands far Black already, died and according to
agreed ship
song cooposed and sung over Radio Mall by an unknown minstrel, Africa for them. The men are' American Aid To African Starvation various other,sources, almost,
was the first todieattos many citizens of the country bad that a, Unit .successful because of the tII.1hIp' National Beadquarters 3 million can be expected: to
bloodless coup had been engineered by the country's ,000-man. Fighter Pre< ed, servants himself for BAATAS U la Wichita,Kan., die by the end of the year. The
captain's:
army led by Captain Tore Diaktte.VOTING He Ctwplihfr and a branch office has been principle killer la this case Is
Clearwater Fin* RPO-Joa Wilier, militant St. Petersburg a slave, helped to confuse
opened In Denver, Colo., at the protein deficiency followed bya
rights fighters was released from the after and trick Back
RIGHTS CONTINUED FROM PACK 11 county Jail the men. Denver Blade, a twice weekly disease called KwasMorkor,
posting $600 bond covering his appeal of three. COllTIcUODlIDIbt Instead of sailing to Africa
nationwide '
DURBAN (NPQ While their black brothers patterns of racial Negro publication that .etlctil4rt1lwptolbt
still
are- municipal court Along with five other Negroes, be was u they had promised the white
deprived. of franchise discrimination.1 Tet not BAATAS will rely on quick of It.
privileges, the half-million East Indians one age
arrested test December on charges of theft and destruction men sailed to the UJ. where
In South Africa contract has been terminated movement here In the nation "There ls but and
are getting closer to the point of one purpose
obtaining voting at. city ban. The test charges were linked to August racial the Blacks are again 1m-
rights. A 24-membcr Indian Council has been formed which Is for this CUlt eve* though disturbances. because of the urgency of time one purpose only lathe creation.
to represent the Indian community on matters of polities, social some major government' con CONTINUED 01'' PAGE 16 in the Blafra-Nlgerla situation CONTINUED' ON PAGE II
welfare sad culture, with Indians being given the right to elect tractors ".."be"load guilty- -
.suitable! representatives "Is a year or two's time.' of dlscrlmlnaUoV be added.
This failure to act,be charged r, ei
HIPPIES BANNED' "provides a classic example

DAMASCUS,-OtPQ-Tbero's( at least one place whew of the administrative BsUlflcaUon .
htppieii of the long straggly, unkempt hair will not be allowed. to of civil rights laws and 1. sw y '
light. An edict has been issaed by the Ministries: of Interior and executive orders." r.t
Education providing for the detention of long-haired youths for Mr. B1H submitted itarsema.mndations 4II"gay
41 hours so that their locks may be trimmed to ft respectable to strengthen com,,
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UiU.i College Of Jickm, Ttn.WIH Scholarship For Excellence At FAMU

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'!','Next Oppeiiit. Oi JM. 11 ,illY NEGRO PRESS INTERHATIONAI ......

Tennessee State mm to as. easy: 7911 swimming meet .
GUMS HIRE NEGRO COACH ,J
At victory the over TlstUnf LeMoyne College _of UamjAtg recently SAN FRANCBCO Osvaldo (Oaaie)Virgil la the team first
Thera' pooLI
Negro coach history.Originally Farm System development,
doo't like ba'bC"; win tile Jape Lee, fine Bradford, Virgil played with the GJa.DtlI. New Tory m 19S4 and 1957.Be M

bard ftJ" Tennessee State and Jerry Hamilton led the way later played with the Detroit, Kansas City, Baltimore and PJtts' ,- '
8 detbs1I Coach, Ed Marti) picking 19 11 points apiece burgh teams before coming back to tht Giants ...,tM. He Is' .1'

sighed after nipping Soothers Tennessee state .U now 1-1 a native of the Dominican Republic,.la SS and recently was a -
University ea-MID, a stogie on tile season and their next player-coach at Phoenix..
overtime in Ktan's Little meet la Janary 11 by hosting : '

Garden recently Union College Jackson,Tern.. JOE LOW TO RALLOF FAME. \
"We etui art in treat ned The results: MIAMI Jot Loots was one of eight! men selected to tht'
of experience," Martin Con <::4OO-med1eJ-1SU (Jackson, Alabama: Sports Hall of Fame.Seven were football stars. Frank

fessed. "Oar freshmen cant Hamilton, > 4ail: ; House, chairman, made the announcement, listing the following
stand for u to |et a alight IOOO-f re e-Jackson (TSu), Johnny Mack Brown, Mike Donahue, Pan Bryant, Jimmy Hitch' '

:lad because every time we do Morton (TSU), HaDewell (LtMoyneX rock, Don Hutson, Ralph Jordan and Frank Thomas. ...
they relax and let the opponent > 11.57!ZOO- ree-E. .

off the hook. When they get a Jackson (TSO), Smith (L), Dade ALCINDOR BOPS BUCKS .
team on the ropes, they ban to ISO), 2.114; IOftBrtd COLUMBUS, Ohio All-American law Alelndor scored II 44 5'5'R

learn not to ret canl.... My ford (TSO), Roy (TSU), Wltbercft points to pace a balanced UCLA attack In the St. Arena u the .
.yotngsters hart to learn to beTltra ), 11.1; 160 IM-Hamilton defending NCAA champions posted an M-73 basketball victory: ', 2

and drnlop>> that kilter (frUS), Smith(TSU),McChrlston over Ohio State. This was the 18th straight victory over. last two S
Instinct." (L), 1:57.1); 200 botter-Lee seasons and the 63th win in Its last M starts %cL
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For the aeeoad time this TSUX( 1:51f: : }100 f r t..:bradford SAM JOSS GETS HELP

season, Coach Martin's Joan (TSD), Dade (TSU), SAN JOSE, Calif Demands at St. Jose State College have-; 5
Detborners had to beat the Pondrea (L), S64; zOO-back been many. The Black Athletei Federation has asked tat lilt k
Baton Roage-based Japan In -_. Jackson (TSU)), Morton school discontinue all athletic rapport with Brlghaa, Young S
an overtime tilt. Recently, tnt (TSU), Withers (L), .,.%1.4; 200 University; that a Negro be hired" u assistant athlete director I l
game vat tied 11 times, and ;'breast-Lee (TSUSmlthTSU) ) and that Negro athletes be discouraged from enrolling at Bar
sophomore Joe Learell knotted ,McChrlston (L),1:47 A,400 fret Jose unless they receive better treatment. Recently, white
the came at 15-all for the 10th -TSU(Jackson,Roy,Bradford, athletes threatened to Quit If Negro athletes were denied
Urn to send It Into overtime. Hamilton). 3.51.3. scholarahtos

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Itxaco Jet F el'&uckon1y S59I8! aTilt your T1xaco Dealer Noe(:

: .sue stn QAMI ;;;;;;;State Representative Jot Lane Kershaw of Miami scholarship to ChrlstopUr Anderson (above) and tad on thtFAMD

j ,. ,. '.' :;f'U' .. (left), first Florida AIM University alumnus ever to serve intht freshman grid team Each year' the award and scholarship
'T' '. !t J Florida LegUhUo-e. Joined with his eoUtt t, State Senator art presented at tht Orange Blossom Claaate to a FAMU
I. : .: :: Richard Stone of mlaml (at microphone) and his friend, Herbert freshman whom voted DIe outstanding Begro athlete and scholar

; i ;;. -fr ., I G. Paige (light) general manager of Pepsi-Cola: Bottling among tht previous year's high school gradates la Florida.
: : t ;;'. :- j' i Company of Miami. PtpaI-<:o1a'. Fink"Aam1.TU1n Anderson attended Lincoln Park Academy la Fort Pierce before
/ I OaUlmort .morlal-Award and ",000 fall foar- enrolling at At.JI. Photo by AronowKNOWt
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... ", $122. 111 the Florida High Demons 11-61 AM EARLY INTfMtDATOK
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lIn:" basketball hut week as You look tt trust ITyomlnt sky with IU leaden cloud In ertyBy ,
21- 51- 7J Thomas Livingstone hit tor.17 faD and tape UU Ibe dickens your not odeS man out whdyawaletder
points.Top rod In the swift wun of UM Snake Rim' above
/ ".. scorer, however, was Jtcluon. Snow oooMe eArty And tad And Ht A jmrnbU to rt la
AM out with a cneI ot cbtUm trout.
i Demon Mlkt Rhaney. who had
I KO"i'l111a The flyera At IU lowMt this time of rear And Ute Air U chill
I ., ;- 90 points. He tht and the wool ebirt And U e hwry wool soaks to 1M waders Are
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.,..-. ,,.,,,,. .... one previous warm And I
.. game. comforting WAdd out knceOatp downctrvAmram
,.J .& was tht.Baby Rattltrs '( :J faMd ot yywhich broke the exigent And forma

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-.A" ."\;.'!''."... .;--II,1\ S nor idt'\.' ..tnluo" ''t'.t:4....'..... (el warn pAcMdwUh.QBa' ftouinf Un* And I
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j// -blwr.Jroot... lUnch Garcia Oonoloa VM'rod. Z"
21fl15 games. lost Uttle time tjrtnf A tray nymph to A Stool leader And CMtln
; )LAM Rlgh-tlfingatont ( Into the honing waken. below the bouktera.I -
j'I k Vometlmas He's %Sometime -47. McCray ,-0-1 out floater And bps'A stow hAnd-twUUnc ntrtore.Worklnc .
1-41, Condry 4-t-JO,Shingles
JVf down Be Adds,Subtracts; with nymphs tales.A alith-Mrae And onlr attar hour
'I JJe works U all around, J-0-4, twaer Z-0-4, or pTAouot oo you MCW to
Brown 1-1-4 Totals: It-s-; fliiilniMlth A AUlke from A
rock or Kick snAf.
II 34 }I54 Florida 0gb.lhta7,10.10 The cutthroAt dlitlnruUhed 4

Zit -90, rcnu.u., Adams by the red nwklnn along
And below IU lower haw In-
r CCJGHQ ATTRACT*)] 4- -4L Cook l-S-4, Albert-
babtta the SnAke live In tAire
t son 24-.6. Brazton: l-t-4. number And U A good underwAUr M.Rv
Totalst tO-I-. bAtUer though he ad- r .
13 41 12 dam lamps when booted The
the cab to'ateer it. e Chrome-coated parts. Mar..r.nrr.rrrr joy was being sure one with
1 AIM And It WAI A
Rugged steel construction. Worth lots more. TEXACO MAN'S DAYSHUMIERED strike And not A 11\IoI. It was

; I lard enamel finish. e Use)'OW'Texaco Credit Card. RigdonHEAT almost AI uncertain AI wAtch:
log the cloud And wondering

'. !. U wn held mow.Xa .
the ant hour I hooked into A beauty- A lour-pounder that
.. ran out etroogly taking All the alack from my Angers. He tired
J'" ."... Days art Mambered.1.' on DeltA I.s pre-eet drag And my occasional: Snger-bnking. And
(Baalta and Fortoe Can Be & AIR be came: fUpplng Angrily the shoal water where waded.
Tours Vhan Tot Know Yodr four cutthroat were In the creel when the warmth began to
leave the heavy wool aoeka In the wader and the cold numb-
:LociyD. all, CODJTI'OMIIG'c.D.tn.lCu ) MIl.bepD entering my finger. It wa A good three hour lathe
water of the rt.... But the
chilling: now gray cloud were
Lucky Colors etc:; low and the high Teton In the dl tr
For f f oppreealvely >ne were
j me, the most challenging lend H.OO for your whitening And the countryside wa telling me to leave under
1. Horoaeopt OuUe for yoar' home wu6. rapidly departing dab conduqjt
thing in skiing is meeting '
:Central
Beating and Air
raKIWi"mCSa.
tough obstacles at 0 .CondlUonlnc System 7o 1 Win NitiensTtp
tht blank: below and

top speed and ,I mall to ZODIAC, Post Office Fitness Prizes
Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fbxmsrr :
I i'-. 5123 IUCI.". I II
beating them.? ; .XLMfw" ., A record ;0,11' boys and girls earned the Presidential

.... ; p. w3l".nu Physical Fitness Award during the lM7-ei school year: lid

.. California replaced Florida as the state with most winner'
c At the end of the runthere's DATS OJC.BIRTB- : -- Bow n, Florida still Is tht leader on a per cmlta.baxlx..

JGordon's California prodaeed U.904 and application forms
; now are
one gin:I :enjoy) : WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE Award winners and Florida being mailed to all public, private
a 11.U5. The Dade County Publicounted and PlJ'ochIa1lC1aoola.
London Dry 'NO WAITINC5-CRED APPROVED ON SPOT! Iebo 1a (Miami) acc for
AS LOW AS nearly SO per cent of Florida's
It's always crisp Dry: total, and tilt San Diego area MtrthtistSwhisitrs

jump ahead of any'gin $195 DOWN't prodtced cent ot tht approximately California winners.par

Texas nilaois and Take
I tried." Pennsylvania
ever t 16). BUICK RIVIERA ..., .M19S round. oat %list of tilt top
WITIf 'fIU"'T. a" A MCIIiI"u five states
C1it8LT! .. .... .
&a IMPALA .. .- To earn the Presidential First Fleet
Kert Samples. lntem tionL Certified Xuid/AA": K'rNiiA"u o.f'l'1''t&\.JIlmt.:: : Award, boys and girls mastequal
Ski Instructor end winner of Gold Medal or oupaas predeterminedstandards NASHVILLE Cleaning first
; awards for sUlom and down hill races 68 PONTIACCATAUNA4-DRHTOP (adjuted place la all U events and
according
Samples; has taught skiing at Hunter. POW..wrr Z m v Mountain. New York and Srvoia.frwua.f : .
College swimmers swamped.
r: $2995 Items ot tile AABPSER Tooth.
f Fitness Test Among the m1nI.'aaa Tan ssee State rjUveralty M
.o" 20 in the Tlgersharks', Pool;
X ; .- t 68.FORD 500 GALAXIE ..... : .:: $26a performance required! The Mlaata-bued Morebaosttiwiaimers :
TMfIi/1t.Ot. ot a 17-year-old
..\ ; < ttllirJIwiN"uT2ff: : .. ;rOMle boy art 11polbpt '
.. set three new pool;
"..\ ': : 68 PONTIAC n......... ,....$3195I 1.1 seconds tilt 50- records daring their complete
yard dash, ue feet for tile ;
A L lee eewr eKTORY WARRANTY.t
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> !d\rd\ f1 .6 .. s Softball throw, aad ont maote, tnonrtatlnn FresajylerJtag
., g A viii MCTORYWAIIAITY. M Ueba clipped M I seconds off;
stcdnds for the
CHEVROLET .. 600yardnm.
f7 iMP. COUPE ,: J2095ftJi the old mark
: 1,000.r pool ;
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TSlftV2f
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Presidential Award bjrocharts when he tapped the finish line;
PONTIACfCATALINA.ii.$1505
: .. : 65 in 12:11.1. David Watkler
: 4-p*. KAKDTOf AIR COWOITIOM>&THU II A CAM. UV.
'" f'' 1:EAI, IOm- AUTOMATIC "TtAJttMOiKM. *.)RW ., for tht a -yard Batterf11,c1Jp.\:
ping 14 seconds off tht old
',. < OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROIIV time. Chock McKentee lowered
Is :
-" t'F: *"WE. TAKE DEALS WHERE OTHERS REFUSE fmi [Mar tbs 600-yard freestyle time br

I : : ,e CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOT .01J Eli I1i Ioa. wift ot ,8 J seconds over the old 6.05t;
o" latvtratr/ mark. x
3 R. S. EVANS Soiotn CalUorata'a AHAmerican -' Coach Baas followed Toe?
P noBlag back ,"FrleoJ""Hashes who retired?
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birth to a '-. H-oSc, after guldlag tht Ttgeraharbt.
I baby girl fa Good IaarUla for morethaaa iaartercentBryr
:3. 3rd & MAIN
Gorton'*G i.(>Merf in London Engttnd in aroma Hospital to Log Aafele: First year Coach Bass will havtstvta
Kt It*toggtst Ml*in Engl n /aeaucrov.s.A oNanaAtV TOpTRtear OYS.w.10re0Or.DO.Do.rsnrnoa.u..lsloorIvy Insert the name Hdple soma. aad three Jmiora meting op a!

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Of I UwHf Tooa
Tk'* orts-whh; -,

.e. lttZBI8D0&O, .-The'toottall phyers caUed'hln""Ivan,

e.d.J.e. tilt Terrible ", Bedrove1 them hard with wind sprints after practice -

LON'C nwrmo and cajoled tbett daUftia "ba coodbr be COM.",

Some guys catch tankers u For his tireless efforts to tryIng Even with the.=1'record P-l
If flan didn't com In any other '
to mold t puneSlesstetmtotoa.
else, white most-of a* work la CIAA play), AAT was dented
Carolina AATs
winner north
hard to eaten the one that ire the conference championship under .
award by comparison, and Ansby Bowall:Ibis Week:"wasnamed the Dickinson Ratine System.
then feel "Coach of the Tear",la
pretty lucky.
When the final any ms made, It
T* a eweccaarul "tanker District 16 of the KAIAsadbf
hunter" lack plays :m minor Central totercoUerJtota-AtMetle :showed Morgan a few parcantac.:
points above the Aftle. .
rote wy the flxhlng tatborlUeeel CIAA in
Association ( )!
; : about Bowell's '
Mercury outboard Seeking The outstandlnjthinf -
mbnUed
Out the big fish te S deliberate When youthful Bowall success Is that he did It
'a' r mderUklng, requiring both a the Job last March U boas of ,with a team composed mostly of
knowledge of flee Mid aa wo- U.tlatrlnf; football team;
swerving devotion to the freshmen and sophomores, a feat
prop few parsons. expected. any. qaIctns1I1ta ..
oaltlon that one trophy of almost unheard of la. couetlaU
bra JR' ate k worth boa- bspp circles. .' ," :.
wii Wo :
deed of his tenet brethren. TU ba to or A native of .whIte Plains,
While tunker-catching proficiency three gamed my first 1"1' "Bo.well "
Geor fja BoweU starred for AATto
:t tbai) ,
doesn't come ovenugnt, N ; told reporters at time. the late mo;Be) coached at
there Mon basic rule the d toot-'
NI
thellltOb tM past
JThaa '
Jordan Sellers El la
Mptrinf rn'fht keep to mind: Burling
"locate the laireUmkers .- ball season had cleated! ,his team:<'ton. if.C. and served as trainer

S like told are where had von not -thrte. bid' elfht at Southara WfttlltJ btfDrt be-

you find them Thl can'be lathe Kames.rnclnded. coming a trainer,!tbea assistant
most unpredictable quay la this-'record weraImprasslTt -
at AAT.
coach
ten. usually offfhore where noelatble ( wins We*nttlonany* football
1 sign give a clue to a State team that What can AAT".from Bo-
I hoUpot beneath tbllUtIee. Florida AIM Oalreralrft split and Mama Jonafrritttaad Aieora AiM College quarterback ranked Morpn a well next year?. ', ,
To find soch locations, they Mama Weeks received tits Boat valuable plavtr tropbJes from Chock BOOM, reprasentaUTt bad COM Si camts without loss,. "1 raally don't know If we can.
,
tart{ AAT
for are usually quite 'small, air of the Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta Ga., follovinc the 6th annual Otann Blossom Classic and Florida AIM U ;aspect the same kind of record
.ettentlve .
protpecung! had not beaten:'III' 11'T.tts.Other
through a great' deal of barren pas la Miami. Weeks threw foot toe an passes to lead Alcon to A St-' tlctorj one Uw foes to taste tba AHles*+:>!,next year" ba said "A coaching '
wmter. Blow ironing on the Rattlers and tote ttqtllllz pastes 141 yards la s losing cans for FAMU.Hwble 'Johnson friend told me there IUdIat -
beUem or drift cwtioc to c the rajuranatcd) sting were ., la winning more than four

4 beotbet.r; : t Oil Hound Far Efforts Gibs 1 1 HE. Smith South'.Carolina'State State, tames your first season..U you ?..
When a fuh etrikee, mark I \( 1C. at -tlem, Norfolk ,: win more than four they expect

future the exact reference.Spot immediately Thl for UNit EO r'Ur.; 3 & State, and North Caro you to do better next year"Jfci
means ti Area Of E..I! OppartMltyBOUBT0H a Collega
Christopher Anderson, t fmhmaa: defensive end from Fort Uklnf crow MghUngt on land

stem was the 1961 rtcipttt* at the Winie LetGalllmort objects. A to that you ca find nagain. son, A Refining Company was presented ; ) A '

Scholarship Award daring the SSth annual Drang Bottom wore Junker single on hole the may peat yield few an award of merit toy Roy wllklns, executive: director of lbs

Classic. scholarship U presented annually by the Pepd-Cola = next day, or a year National Association for tilt Advancement of Colored People. ,
Company: of Hew Tork. Sharing the honor VIA Anderson art OB behalf of his orpnltatWi Houston chapter here recently.

(p-r) Florida Representative Jot Rrrshav, first Retro to KM The main Our* to to know The citation was ciftl""re Aearir
Florida Legislature sine Reconstruction;State SsoitorRkbtrd exactly where the location la. year and hired nor than '78, .
of and
Stone and Herbert Face, rice president and Del'l1l11a.11aptoUbt for If conditions are favorable cognition ovtstaadlRf minority coup eIJI4J at...
for annual contributions toward
Miami one tanker, Invariably Of Us 19(1 employments to
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Cca
sej. other more to. better race relations and the
data nearly M cent hare
per
.
achievement '
of
equal cpportaBlty been Individuals from minority the ,
Peanut Buffer AI'- AmerIca Team without regard to race,
rroups-some 600( -erlUi more
creed or color. B was based
thin two-tblyda la white coastand
oa lbs company's national af- provisional categories..
torts U ties field of rue
For the nand year, tin company
relations and
play
opportiotty.Accepting led Bonstoa businesses
the honor at the
hubs NAACP cbaptsr'aiinuil la hlrlnf 119 dlsadvantacadmlnorlty -
yovntsters for summer
awards banquet W.
w.
employment and exceeded Us
Bryan aaalor tlct praaldent
national Alliance of bualnes 4
of Bumble, said: "This recocnltion -
men nationwide target of Z70
of Humbug
pastachlaTantats with t7. youngsters hired for
la lbs area the
summa.Jess .
serves u a spur to ruler

procrtss la prerldlaceqalopportunllUi *

to present and

.Jm.e ....... Ortc Landry Gear .... NIb McGUI pro eeUft I"P I 0 7 t I'. The Willard Dies t4o. .' I
cruse Slate ell) M.aa.ck.nw eQII) Got red. btete (II) NWe DuM (II) award U not a slfnal to ratalow ,, ipw,4ir -
SMLar.b VIlIDp) (Detail u..a) CM1nettIota ''IIIp) IMlae...(. bitterns) eOorts" .

The company wu cited for Us Went 26 Rounds

recruitment, eBployrarnt tAd

tralnlof of mlAorlties u veil With Jolisoi 1:,',
.,.". .'is tor11 &tI:1"R: itt( >>1IJ
da Att6'-Aa r ftfa r happeared LCS ANGBL57"+ a'trtri"a ...1\ 'v l dti

la' "The HomUeWay" world bearyv4lht bating ,

a company pobUcatloa champloa Jess WUlard,who won
ltnmble was silo cited by the the title from Jack Johnson

NAACP for Us efforts to re- and lost It to Jack Dempsey ti- ,'
stilt mlaoruysaploy.eu. II two of the sporf most controvarslal ,1

Company. racraltar visited& flftts, died Sunday "
more than M predominantly* of I cerebral hemorrhact. Be --.t

m. Metro collates darlnc the past YU N. ,J ,
t.
RIU lil.tiry Chad. llamphrey rene.t Raw -'- ,
Vtab Ital. (6) T.r..e A I 8UU (E) Aabojw IC1ed.aaU Reapb) (Atlanta falne ) (San nreacteee peen)


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provide a contlnuoui '
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galut moUtare better
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loUen.Get'VetllBe'Petroleum 11 .
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John WtBUmaO Geerge DMe1 ...... Byrd lea Vary other brand*.of petro Y / 5
Mi.roo1a ( ) 'Tnal CD awl (o) North Careliaa Stale (T) c.a.c. (1'') I.a JsI j..bmt ttll ear fr
(Baltimore CotU) CILuMe 0tI QWa) (Bo.... r..lrtoU) C.......... VRlap) kande an worth I ,

CHICAOO A brand new group of gridiron U Ibe. heavier and U" shorter than teat year*
ftiurmati baa bees immortallaod with the rttnv eleven. Back Mike Freeman la the UgaUet man t
log of the test Peanut Butter All.America football named to the team. Be weigh 110 to*, and
aquad. This mark the alsth year that web stands I' 11Imda Byrd, M Iba, .to the .. '
a putroootnlc eleven hat boon choeen from heavyweight. Claude Humphrey r S-H".
among proJetciooal football'a moat promUmg la the taUeet _
rookies, Only peanut butter loren are eligible.Uambora '
Freeman I* a peanut butter:butter aad Jam
of the team are picked by a panel man.. Byrd Ukea his peanut 4itter,neat and
01 Judge from the Peter Pan Peanut Rater on cracker Claude Humphrey favor sliced -
,Onmpany Chicago. Selections are made from pineapple and peanut butter. **c":.
the roster of college player appearing In the The 1M> Peanut" Butter All.America quarter. -fit'
AU-8t.ar game played at Soldier.field at the back U Greg Lendry. This XX 01k. backflakt J"f! J .ft '"
beginning of the eeaeon. tar enjoy- his peanut butter rltfe), taUy or "
According to Norman K. Oamlt. preaident tnt rthnr>]Vfw*. 110: 1
of Peter Pan prime consideration given to At the other end slot for the AD-America to ,
each fill Staley. Staler a traditional, can for S .
player favorite peanut butter andwich. l 'Mr"A .
whether cloud ppon-facod or on cracker grape JaUy with his peanut butter. ,, .
Center Porreat Blue Ukee .
that'"The peanut point.butter" explain Ia more c&mat.than"1*ecmet.biDCloft. to show eandwichea with strawberry preeervee.peanut butter. ace; t t: h .' .!'

only kid Ira a favorite food among rug.god. cumber pickle and own chipa.; '
Bon Tary. r I* tackle like teammate* > .
>OkePreeman.
well-educated athlete too. In tad. If* a !
favorite moat American" like butter and Jam. but on loaet. 'T- ( .
among S
.' The Peanut Butter AllAmericaguard* are; f. : .
The average weight of the 1961 Peanut" Butter John William and George t '
Daney. WUUsms'h.ottle
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AU-Amerfa squad member hi 2M Jb*. The peanut butter aandwichea also contain k._,. .
average height la I' 24j", This yeorti team la lunch meat or honey -- ,
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;I I 4'nice> rooms FOR, 1p..KENT Prlv( :bath, World Of BooksCONTINUED Honored For Service Veterans News TYPIST WANTEDMist .

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wk. 384-m. prisoned.The traditions, love, and family ,QWnl.the Veterans Administration 1969
a dividend
pay on
leader of tbtll' slant is lust
35
jmlty. the National Service LV. Insurance policy I have had in force tips it ,
, \ FOR MEN AND WOMENOF ( Joseph Cinque, son oft Mandl During the period 1839, however from World War'n? (I converted it to a permanent plan policy
He Is tall black ,
chief.
proud
most of the countriesof
-
In 1950.) When will the dividend be paid and must I make
All ACES and fearless.Although there are
the world bad agreed by application for it?
Take New IMPROVED NATURE older men In the group, they treaties-which were loosely I recently borrowed half of the cash value of my policy. Mr .lllt"ICClr tIIJ.lalar .
TABLETS for that tired, run sensed and respected his lead- enforced not to engage In Will this affect the amount of my 1969 NSW dividend .
that from ership. The group suffers, and slave trade. Also abolitionists, ,
down feeling keeps yon A-To answer your questions in order !
: enjoying life some even die from the bardsbips'and and many other people of the .t Yes, VA will pay a 1969 dividend on World War n NSLI
wkfriti '
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets punishments of day were concerned about; policies (converted or not) Just as in past years starts $S4.Qti fir
$1.00 COD's. slavery. But whe: the fight for slavery. They bad tried In a
$500 deposit on The dividend will be paid automatically on the anniversary .
EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES freedom begins, they are together number of ways to end the n
date of the policy so yon need not apply to VA for it.
Dept. FSf 5937 N. Broadway, to a man. practice of slavery America, The fact that you borrowed against the cash surrender value stitiii iipiriuei.'
Chicago Illinois 50626 The authoress, by careful and but were largely unsuccessful.The of the policy will not reduce the amount of your dividend. You
I I detailed research, points each"out attempt to regain possession are, of course, paying four per cent Interest on your KSLI loan
their of
I through Ignorances of the slaves and restitution and any amount of the loan at the
Nil Hilt Class$ unpaid time of your death will TYPE
other, the differences in customs for the losses Incurred JAX
be deducted from the Insurance paid to your beneficiaries
Starting Now and traditions betweenthe by their mutiny resulted in avery Q-I read recently that veterans in service after the Korean
Hospital Aide ClassCashiersalesClerk Blacks a whites of the day. famous court case which Conflict (after January 31, 1955)) have bad their education P.O. On UNFIRM.
The whites were consideredcIvillud eventually was ruled on by the entitlement under the G I. Bill increased. My brother'was in
Kindergarten Teachers' Ade! and mannered,but they Supreme Court. 0 service from June 1963 to June 1965 and received two years of
Piano-Gnttar-Theory were the ones practicing After long dell b e n tI 0 n the college training order the GJ. Bill APT. FOR RENT;

Band and Orchestra Inst.11'n's slavery The Blacks but were considered Supreme Court voted 8 to 1 in Does he now have additional entitlement? If so, what must he Furnished apartment for rent.:.
theydldn'tkill
savages favor of the former slaves. do to receive it? .
Cillifi1I1S unnecessarily, even when Harried couple only. 333-9940
they had the chance. They were freed and provided A-Your brother is being notified by the VA of entitlement
I. 21th Strut The authoress uses the Afrl- passage back to Africa. to additional educational assistance. This resul"fromuew law
: ; Rifistnr 3SS-6465 cans' memories of home This story, written by a south which went into effect December 1 granting Post-Korean veterans CHRISTMAS REETNifiS(
,
white of 3ft
ern woman great compassion months of educational assistance-upon completion of 18 or
frequently to point out the
; E."L. Johnson, acting p.esldent Africans did have cultures In 1953, has taken on a + ..,. ty more, months of active duty, and fulfillment of their military Slug-Christmas Greeting
newer and greater significance obligation. Ins a lovely old custom
I today. Like most events that Otherwise a veteran earns one and one-half mouths of educational When Christmas is hereTo
; make aa Impact on history, w g.t. ,assistance- p to the maximum of 36 months-for remember their friends
JACKSONVILLE timing Is most Important. The each month of service. We think of ail year

timing couldn't be better today. Previously, entitlement was limited to one month of assistance And tears why this greeting
I ; SHIPYARDSINC. for each month of service. Is so happily sent
I I Mrs. bet Kaiser of Inet Kaiser Associates, Kansas City, If o., Your brother should advise VA of the additional education be And the wished it brings
I, presents Dr. William P. Foster a check forte band scholarship desire*. His revised Certificate of Eligibility has already been Are so heartily meant
:4 Cvrt.ndyhgvl.sOvehih11" I BDR. ALL BRICK fund named In his honor The contribution was from Lifebuoy, a computed and wtU be Issued to him soon after receipt of his
r: : <*? product of Lever Brothers, New York City, The contribution application. .,
".I i FINISH TOWN was-made diring the 36th annual Orange Blossom Classic O-1 was permanently blinded while serving with the Army la .Merry Christmas-Happy New
in Miami 'Vietnam. Obviously cannot drive a car. However,am I eligible
' : CARPENTERS for an allowance toward the purchase of aa automobile which Ethel Lee Jones
HOUSESn'fll'r I MASiE11ARDER VANTED my wife can drive? tatopla Beauty Salon
r: SHUT METAlMECHANICS Range FOR RENT A-Yes. Even though a veteran cannot drive, the law permits IIS West Church Street
Muter barber to manage 311 W. 6th St.UnfurnishedApatrme&tsi payment of an allowance up to $1,600 toward the purchase clan 356-9703
Friendly Barber Shop, 1251 automobile for eligible veteraa If someone will drive the car
bedroom $50
,Pi i. ONLY JIM 10WNI! ON West 3rd Si.-Myrtle and Kings Phone 387-1201 for him. Since the allowance may only be paid to the seller' d)
,. W.'Ir.nl..C..M."L"' ; > .. Road. See Mrs. Harris at stop! not take any action until after you obtain aa application and
,: Ii C.nvrt',n ,...-In Pr.|f.H. Mmimwm O''f.ti." .( "SWEAT" PLAN ,after 1 p m. 3S3-0180 FOR REST guidance from the VA
!' .t" kMIMntti." ( ) Additional assistance Deeded la applying for this benefit and Tell it
228 St. I rm Apt. $80 toHARRY
Spearing
: the application form be
It A/nTINPUSON ? "Jt FIAVULCAN may obtained from your nearest VA
CIVIL SERVICE TEST 224 Spearing St 26 rm House regional, ottla.Aijies .
t $209. Foland t Hlrbee.

JACKSONVILLE SHIPYARDS INC. Prepare at home for government -
Oil Grid S'IS'
SOUTHIIOI DIVISIONfUlMINDIlCMAVI: entrance exams. For FOR RENT JCIeie
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7603 KEN MIGHT DR. details send name, address, et nice rooms. Prlv. bath, elecIt
phone number, to: water turn Close la, Cony. With 214 Vltttry Over Eiles
An r>""'Offitttnitf fmfi t.**t I' 7SI34HLONDON NATIONAL, c/o P.O. Box 699 to bus. 2954-60 Thomas St.
Jacksonville, Florida 32201 3l650wk 388-6472 ATLANTA Ga.t. Albany State College's Golden: Rams wahCIar'DCt' 1[
"Cowboy"' Ellis firing the gun, blasted Tuskegee Institute
("' TRAFFIC CLERK with .a 49-potnt second half effort to win the prestlgo

Experience prefer,ed. but not: Georgia Invitational Tournament here, 7S-&

fjfCAJI required Some typing and The finals, billed u the duel 14.34 left la the pme.the Albany
1 RED. G&W knowledge of office machinery. betweea the tourney's hottest State five &led by a score 4637.. ...
5.30 Shift won k. Good pay and liberal shooters-Ellis and TttiV gf s Ellis, a 1-3 junior, popped lal
+ It loge bdlfU. Apply St. RegisPaper Ken Uarfleld-ntrer material-: of 9 shots from IVe floor la the ....'. your dance i. ft*
DRIN9OPr. 7 Company between 9 a.m. lied as Albany State's defense second half fUrry. most of them imur opMMM en pom wMwry
and 3 p.m Intersection Heck- completely shackled Mayfield from Tnomp.onlorntIAyr.th
long range Jumpers dtep the the Lot Anrrlri Rams
abet Drive and East Port Road the Chicago ill. hotshot, holding corners. Hounded by TuskegM now Mlrt tptculnt lot CMChn .
An Equal Opportunity: Employer him to Just two baskets. defenders, lunging all over him .fToday's.
Ellis the Otmulfte, Oils the Tourney Most Valuable
.'-, Ins 'MOTEL "cowboy," however, scorchedthe Player dropped la 10 of 13 from
II '\. I4t. A.' ..talor II points, tl of(beta .
the
charity line the teconf
.Jos .
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a 12 rooms, private bath $..00II coming la the last twenty nia- half.
I ..
..s FOK, 12 7J rooms, semi-private $.00 uses of the Ulo annual GIT"Shootout. The Ram tandem of Ellis and question:
49.73 CASE Day time (semi-private) $3.00 ." N.. .. IW fc+ae tMf/ Man Hfof
PrGooo thuradyn .................. .... Weekly Rate (plus tax) Twice a ''brl t.-w./'but never of Jones them, teamed la the up second for:44 half.potnts.31 This !. Ito \FI.i TW. Ii'ill..... .fU*

n Dec. lE thri. Dec. 3'O u t :-:'; E06EWQOD MOTOR 'COUt'NTEClaTED the champion Bob 1W t)'. duo, along with teammate JimmyAnderson /tidcnwA War//ew.ed fattigi.er
t
4 :; 1 o' ....... CANADA ] Rams, famed' u the "rUDll1nC.pnnInc" were DaM to the GITAll'Tourney
lJ tsKlltuCkTAVERN lA r\J I Il five, bounced back from team.
Jl ;;' >KAft'TY.' i 1 /1 t S911 U.I..,Cor.EdltwgodA" 26-all halfUoM score, got their The Rams gunned down Clark Joie McCoy- ,
-l: ,IJ'" "SCOTl'It'- Pbonet! 764-0003 Always Otxw Tunning gunning" game star College In the opening round of the pI"t.
'' ..
'f and blew toe Tuskegee Tigers la ."
tourney Thursday night
coming
I 100 pr. Bet/led In6OND '. ebok. he.suw
-. 99',... tly'1.t'1FrlLS SINGER AITOMATIC orbit la winning their first tournament back from a 10-polnt halfllme deficit ,...,',. pnt.yrra,1
..t u title of the Atlanta Extra
the Panthers 74
trouncing two 1'd
I 5 f, ;.t. >rt CONSOLE Point Club-sponsored annual af- 57 The following evening. -lathe ..." u .., I
i; 1A951e MODEL -
tR' .
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d th3 @ fair ...miaEllIsbuctel with :13 to Mb Alvin Ily.w.
I1 ," Sewing machine, tic Zags.., With Ellis and,, Wltbert Jones, Wt b.1.tw. .
5 Iti\.k'j\ :$9r I play, gave the Rams a 1I.lIw1l 'a'tlt ...
Blind stitches, buttonholes, decorates the Rams' 1-1 AU-Amerlcas over Fort Valley State.Tuskegee, I'", seCori. eo04
., sr. s f ,.66.5 C"Stl" < \ a- etc. Original price, candidate oa a spree, the Rama OB Us way to the finals "shoot- .t.a.
CASEf9 .t $3M. Has a balance of $62 or n Ja.w
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\ : : .++ ....it... ...+:..- .. reliable party la this area can out. bounced defending GIT
CUll WISTEsceUeatopporUaltyfor tamps,jKUoa (Ulss.)State la
: REG. MR.. BOSON'I : 1'IEG:8,25E1 assime $8 monthly payments. a b1c.upset IJ-M, tad Marls
Will tate older machine la Rsdra +
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M-tl la the
+ qualified person. Good pay and Brown wml-nnals "....fIIUIaII'fNoaa.
2iftG trade. Ph. 3S3-1946. Ask for
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: NOG, liberal Mage benefits. Apply iwitl.l
Credit Manager. Will deliver
ERRcD la person St. Regis Paper
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IMPOQTED e "QAt REG.6.99 Leonard Garrett. national ..Jnbin., viesI1
9.50 i ,'f.f ll'a'.. NEW LOW PRICEI' chairman of BAATAS,"and that ..
ORDE'OF it IMPORTED FROM SCOTLAND I; Is to show toil the Black Amerlaa .'hot roe a.tw.et
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Is concerned with the w Nch.a
truly
PETER
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MERIT "tome MdepesdsbuUy
iI' I. ,. man murder of these people, .
Jf' { DAWSOty tad that we must as In pre vtous u4 Alvin H.y.weed.1h. -
99 i tome, band together u Black ,
D..wso SCOTCH aq people to be heard, there 1s no Ins Costa to...I..NFL....

FIFTH time to waste. ..ee..... he'.
57951& Campaign funds donated or so ..r, II.,....
letted should be forwarded to abIt.
: FOR 1l.O 1 1 UATAS Headquarters, 204 E ,""

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