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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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I: SCHOOL BOARD MAY As "Gas YORK-.The Ovens"NEW militant

civil rights movement is dead,
lathe opinion of Roy M. Innls,
dynamic leader of CO IE.
Ali At the same time, Innls scored
Roy Wilkins of the NAACP for.

USE BEAMAN UNIT ; his view"elder and for statesman"his opposition pointof

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Minims Stress Innls opined that Wllkins is
Realreleeets "out of touch" with the proper
: "TT'r'r theory of Black power Be said
Resetllrtf Of the NAACP leader taking the
t t 4M F a Job opposite attitude. CORE
For Top !
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280 "Refafees"The in its power'to help in the
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old'Jackaoaville'ecboolboard mands.
was strongly criticised The Jacksonville, Common The CORE leader said, "We
this week by the new hoard $wCityVetert Council withdrew this week a,, are against the policy of
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jMcause, in '.Ienee. It ;'faUed bill that would have, If passed' Integration assimilation
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to keep Its promise to Negro brought about! the reorganization offered by Mr. Wilkins." He
students" as to a permanent of the Department of TLANTA Dr. Charles H. Wesley, right executive director of the Association for the has also challenged Willis to
transfer from the old, antiquated OHkUeekt Welfare. +Study of Negro Life and History, receives the first copy of a new educational kit, "BLACK 'a debate so as to ",tral&hteDout
and unusable Gilbert leoee Ttds was done at the requestof TREASURES", from Harold Hamilton of Coca-Cola USA, which developed the kit. Thousands the facts concerning black
Junior-Senior high School Mayor Hans Tanner In face d the kits,' each of which contain a film strip, phonograph record and history booklets, will nationalism and the new rise
Annex to the Beamon School;' 0! of the fact that there bad been be distributed throughout the nation early In February connection with Negro History Week.. in Black power and autonomy"
F About 280 students seventh literveeWe HIWukwae many objections to the mayor's t I Distribution will be a Joint operation of ASNLH and local participating Coca-Cola bottler CORE, enlarging Its scope of
graders, were obliged to use ,blAaS I, 3 P $ activity, plans a campaign
the run-down, Boylaa-Raveq. pThe bill, was designed to. : among black communities in
annex,but; under protests>y d' .,ftr X7,1 a "aboUsfr Section 7.404,' Article*..:.WfeistleStopToir Extradition -America for"sport for the y
the parents were transferred,' 7 of the Charter, : FoughtBy revolutionary movement
in ,October, to the Beamon. L :many, passing Of'the bill ,Ends As ,breaking out in Africa. Wilfred n
School. The school ,had been would mean eliminating charter T. Ussery national chairman,
phased out and was being used slirviawbU qualifications for the benefitof of the movement, will plan for
by the University Florida's y the present director. The Low Steps ,In Third Man Held American guerrilla leaders to, t
Center for ContiniingEducation. *nru isstr of present director does not. meet visit in the United States; particularly -
sentenced toMyeusfor (the the requirements OCALA Aretha Franklin'I In the ghettos, busy,
Information bore out that f* *.'4', 4 v, !1, \* A substitute for Ordinance "soul singer" imitator, wigs, where they will make: appeals
former !i:hoot Superintendent Mud is anybody's? guess?The black 68-28 was Introduced at the j props of various kinds, tOO!i for volunteers arms medical
lib Brant said the children F to retaliate,, to show their dimUsfcttrt over Council's regular monthly voice, was stopped dead in her In New York By FBI supplies and financial support.
were to go into the school after tot black cltiseiw',rigata W Jtelteg, meeting. This ordinance will steps recently when, 'by the In Khartoum, Sudan, Ussery
the moving in October of 1968, nacho who rows on extreme measures er*' provide new closing hours for i grape ine'' and later by! tele- spoke of these movements as
A late
of the ,Center's activities to we out toshowfeeaiwvtotWedotM8* establishments selling J p'am1lt was revealed (that the release Wednesday stated that one of the three suspected the "epitome of Black power"
the Douglas Anderson Elemen 0K *11 lb. tlae t orb alcoholic beverages In the Cityof Franklin, a$20,000' carbine killers offered a plea of "not guilty" of the murders He was heard by delegates from
tary-High School.. Farther Jacksonville except In the;, I per-week performer, who bad of three Jurors In robberies committed in November. Circuit .America, Vietnam, the Soviet
entanglement resulted from second, third, fourth and fifth I planned no performance in Court Judge Thomas A. Larkln presided.A '. Union. and 50 other countries
the fact that the Florida Junior, Idkk F urban districts. I Ocala, was not on tLe stage fourth suspect'16 years of this week to leave New York They seek 'the overthrow of
.College tad "borrowed" that Provisions are also made for I Saturday, January 1$. age, is in the Juvenile shelter. ,voluntarily for Florida. white governments in Rhodesiaand
unit.. Brant, it is said wantedto establishments such as motels However, according to the George Young, 24, pleaded not Dlnkens,' known among the South Africa. No Chinese
make,with a outlay of$2,878 hotels, restaurants ucesseJby J national press, Miss Vickie guilty because of insanity His Black Muslims as James 2X were present. No delegateswere
renovations at Anderson for the snsbr dill a semi the Florida State Beverage i Jones,. 26,' was Jailed for pro- attorney, Richard Riley has was taken into custody, In the present from Ghana or
Center. fie Werlob..abt Department, to serve alcoholic lectlve custody after a 15 days in which to file motions office of his lawyer and was from the Congo;
His suggestion was turned beverages on Sundays between I performance before some 1,000 Psychiatrists will be appointed. reported held without bond in Somewhat in line with CORE
down.. er wIth inadepvwavtieatM 1 p.m. and midnight,' except ,with door charges of$9,50 each, Reports are returned to court Brooklyn, where he formerly plans for'American Negro
In this week's Scbool'Board b eeeeondc la connection with the sale 0( J it the High Hat Club in Ft. before trial.HoTtlYerj Uved. students comes the announcement : -
meeting Carl C. McAllister and r and ftaaly', a ty food. Myers, on January 16. ; a Jury must decide The young man has been sought that, at the University of
William E. Carter,board members aw bogged down miserably byaMaeweriag This does not mean that The Grand Exposure came, it the fate of him who pleads since December 2 on a fugitive Detroit, a catholic school In
stressed the need of more and taverns and bars will be opened I seems, when the fabulous insanity. The fact must be warrant. Detroit, the entire sixth floor ,
space by the children. Be to providing little or soto on Sunday.A ,Aretha Franklin, through her established that the defendant Identified as a Nation of Islam of the men's dormitory will be
therefore motioned that the (team, r ,. +',1 e r public hearing has been boaters I sent the word that was Insane at the time of the member Dinkens has been turned over to blacks. Whites
Center be relocated. Cecil B. us potest I*undecided. 1 "* 4of set for Wednesday at 5 p.m. she I herself nut the Fountalnblean alleged crime., charged with murder in which may share the floor; if they
Jones said the children shouldbe Irtish st* ihb last, on the 15th floor of the JackI I in Miami, and, therefore, Charles Prosser, 24, presented victims were shot down with a care.
of primary concern. V #tt qt1' soothe City HaU. At this time I could hardly be in two places. Judge Urkln with a, carbine rifle. Two others,
The new superintendent, Dr. he the Council's; Public\ Safety This, of course, stopped plansfofho self-written plea asking that Prosser and young, both Muslims Dr. AieraathyRelieves
Cecil Hardesty, received the disco# Committee invites Interested I : a performance in Ocala. his court-appointed attorney are already in Jail.
new burden with the understanding -' citizens to appear and share, Apparently a statewide tour of Zack Douglas, be removedfromthe Dlnkens faces a preliminary
that the matter should be their views concerning the or- larger J cities was planned by case, on grounds of "in- bearing on unlawful flight to liy
given high priority. The vote dlnance. The ordinance will then Lavell Hardy, New Yorker,; 24, competency." His family will escape prosecution for murder.
was ,-0., be brought to the full Councilfor I Be had already plastered Ocala hire an attorney. His arraignment If he refuses to ,return both
Wendell Holmes, chairman of, the third and final reading with posters announcing the has been set for February (the governor of Florida ana the Is Not Cliffy
the CUllen Committee for- before a vote Is taken. "Aretha Franklin( Review",The governor of New York will have
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Better Education, said the DeV, .Council committee hearings I ash there seats 4,000 persons lnTrd suspect In the to agree to extradition. Proceedings A'rLAHTA-Dr.l David
board should not be forced to. are open to the public. This 'I dine performances: in all had roundup of carbine frilling in will start, from the Abernathy, Southern Christian
act In fairness. He'said that tb* Is the place and time where I been slated by the ."booker". Jacksonville in November, Florida extreme.Dinkens Leadership Conference chair
federal court order involving cltiiens express themselves on He was taken to the Marion James Dlnkens 27, after turning Prosser and Young man, said !last week that he
desegregation should carriedout. fit issues and Influence the thinking bounty Jail and placed under himself in, refused earlier are charged with the murder feels that one of his closest
r of councilmen before they rote. 'l bond of $500.00., Daylight Japoar, 54, a' aides, Rev. James Bevel, can.
In another area of Florida,two Many changes nave been made The story continues. Accord- superTlsor, and prove that James Earl Ray is
federal Judges made ,it plain in proposed,, ordinances after .IIi to PrOllCtutor C.G.KUlIeh, .'Speaker company security guard George; innocent: of the murder of !the
that four counties must completely these hearings. Many citizens he "imitator" was brought Johnson, 61. They are also late Dr. Martin Luther.King,
desegregate by March had expressed their concern torn her St., Petersburg, Va. charged with the death of James
21. !1"; stout this ordinance, therefore lome, with a promise getting R. ,Armstrong, 92, owner of Jr.The minister said he has
All entirely-Negro schools many changes in the original into a show with Miss Franklin, Barrier's ke Cream parlors. confidence in Rev. BeveL He
must be "etiml aled." Held Records' WOMM'SStiteneit were made. J America's Soul Sister No. 1. on November $. said farther than any h
This directive: affects the NAACP Mrs Cheryl Myers, January J tardy, so the story goes, after More than $6,000 was taken conspiracy must be discovered.He .
counties of Bay, Escambia, graduate Stanton Vocation I fleeting her, according to Iarestigator from the grocery.Mrs. .called upon America Income
Leon' andAiachua/Diitrlct 'Coiceniif Votiif School, has been receiving .1 MartlnStephenstold Debra Young, 22, 2527hlland to the defense. of the accused
Judges G. Harold Carswell of congratulations from the her "you are Aretha Franklin." was arrested with Young man
Tallahassee and Winston Arnow' According to c. Lenwood Lee,, FerrelD) in essence, that when councilmen and the staff on the Ile'Is said to have threatened at their home and released Rev. BevelfromPhliadelphla, ,
of Peosacola have::shearing executive secretary of the she voted In the Jury room she high scores made on the Cl.rtI.L water "dumping" for her. ,without charge. DlDke.'"lte 1 W said he hopes to prove that Ray
for April 10.TWpfreedom. "', Jacksonville unit of the NAACP, thought she was Toting for a Typist Civil Service Examination. Kiss Jones agreed to do the ,iaid to be in Jacksonville., could not have acted alone. He
of choice"plan Lee Charles Bradley, charged second .' degree' murder ., airs. Myers scored 100 shows.. The three are also suspected said he visited with Ray for an
was particularly emphasised/ in in the April 9, 1968 shooting i < conviction. When the foreman co the typing test and .93 on In her party was "Big Daddy" of robbing the Oceanway Drive- hour in his cell recently. Be
Justice Department of Airman of the Jury read the verdict Itrayhorne: from Richmond In after the '.
Bay County. Rudolph Hargett, the-.. I the written portion.. Theatre Armstrong said RQ. physical dexterity
attorneys contend that freedom 23-year-old .white youth was she said she' felt she could ,fa,' a popular entertainer. slaying.A carbine rifle,costing is not good. Rev Bevel said.
of choice\ making little freed last week because a Negro, 'almost scream' According to I Itrayhorne: ,was to be the door $25.00 was recovered at the'' "Be couldn't cut a man's throe*
progress. Judge Carswell urged woman Juror, one of two Mr. Lee,' )trs'Farreil'was nan., Young home by police. A dope) with a bullet at a distance of
the Department men to submit;: Negroes on the Jury,' !"didn't afraid to say anything then ( There were, among Areta'sitnilrers JULIAN BOra addict is said to "have' owned it. 100 yards.',',IIf also emphasized
their own plans. The two Judps' understand bow she was because of'"fear of her life.*"i some doubters. The The FBI describes Dinkens as that the man baa trouble
Insist on the abandonment of voting."' Mary Black, the other Negro I rig a sea of hair draped across The University of Florida at1 unemployed. waterfront organizing thoughts., ."
Negro schools. This will be in Following the freeing of woman Juror,according baLsa, J e Ihe'face, heavy, makeup and Gainesville win present worker. Be has a record of The SCLC leader said that he
accord with !the decision of the Bradley several Negro leaders ;*was,brought up la a society J fancy. clothes did not do the strong "Accent" symposium ]t convictions in New York for, ,hopes .to defend Bay it Ray
ttolted States Fifth Court ofJudge vehemently protested the deb. where,Negroes were led to |ob. Nobody seemed to be real this year. The symposium this } unlawful ...emblt.assault and requests it.. However, lid Ie
cision. Secretary Lee believe thateverythiagtbewhlte, J lure, however. Prosecutor year;,will include.Georglaj rarole violation. He Is 5 feet 'W. Presto Battle of Tennessee
,Carn'Ulnlibd oa 'Immediately contacted the man says is right."'' I tfoaleh and his wife planned' Representative Jallaa Bond,';.' I Inches tall weighs 1W, 'countered the possibility of sack
acceleration .ta view of me fact Associated i Press.-,Accordtofto : leader'further ,emTe pba- J (0 50.r Supreme Court Justica Doof- i pounds,,wears a mustache and a happening by sayiag that oaly
that the desegregation problem press releases,' the NAACP glad, .'/She knows she's not Two local promoter were las .and Senate Strom'' goatee and has a heart tatooedoa ':lawyers can defend someone.
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Published by the HOT Ida Star Publishing Company r BY WHITNEY YOUNG JR.

ENFORCING TEE LAWS

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MEMBER President Nixon's Inaugural Address was.J lib most such

....: : '\ ceremonial speeches lone on general philosophical statementsand
short on the specific policy directives we're all waiting for.
But I band one sentence, burled deep In the speech, of peat
\ "The laws have caught up with our
in potential slmiflcance.
NEGRO pnt: : .r_10NAL; I conscience." Mr. Nixon said. "What remains Is to give life to
\ what Is In the law."
+ : B is Quite true that the tows are on the books; that equality Is

ERIC SIMPSOILJAIIA.'IW EDITH the law of the land, even if the law Isn't honored as often as it
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'should be. I hope that sentence!",\ -
I' from the Inaugural Address will! ?
HIM ffOaTER..CIlCIUTIIN, IUNA6EIMAIIING : I be interpreted' by the new Pre1sldent '.1;i;fy
and his top officials to!
ADDRESS ;,' mean that the antl-diBcrlmlna-f

Han laws will be strictly ]
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2323 HONCRIEF ROAR ... ... '1' enforced.
'i ': ; Fears that the laws would be
Ignored have been strong since
lOX 5J3 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA" 32201 the election. Some Southern ,!
school districts' for example, :; .i;

PRONE 354-0702 ,, f: are Ignoring school desegre-'''
,. gatlon orders In the hope & : ":
won't be enforced by tilt
MIAMI OFFICE SIll NV. 7th AYE. ,.f. tt new they Administration. Fifteen years after the Supreme Court AId

; school segregation was unconstitutional, more black children
PIONE 751-3070 ; I.' J than ever attend segregated schools. "
"' I'm hoping Oat the President backs up that statement In I

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Om Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Vailed To>> You :' ; to develop positive programs to effect desegregation along 11'
\J guidelines to be followed by all recipients of federal I
Anywhere In The United States
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This is especially Important now that the Fair Housing law U'la
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most housing on a discriminatory: basis or to discriminate in
Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.0. BOI 09S! 'N I "advertising servicing or financing most homes and apartments.
That's the law. and the millions Americans so concerned with
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 -Safety li The Blick Coiniiify. Law Eiforctutifj ."law and order" are going to be helped to obey the law. The
best way to help them is through strict enforcement, and the
Administration can make an important contribution
new by
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I Much of the burden for this rests on me Attorney General. The
BY NEGRO PUSS INTERNATIONAL YOUR WEEKLY
Fair Housing lav stipulates that an individual who Is victimized
Brotherhood Week, which Is this month is a good occasion for by discrimination can make a complaint to the Secretary of
all of us-Black and 1I'h1te-to consider how much we think about J Housing and Urban Development, and I'd advise anyone who
-each other In terms of stereotypes. suspects he's been discriminated against to do that,or to contact
We see only misses of people when we ought to>> remembethat ., his nearest Urban League NAACP or other clvilrlgbts organ--'
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those masses are made up of Individuals, each with his own! I HOROSCOPE GUIDE tattoo for assistance in preparing his complaint.
problems faults and virtues. .: But the law also gives the Attorney General power to go to
Whites need to recognize that most Blacks are not arsonists :. court to stop discrimination "where there is a pattern or
p L looters, and loud mouths And, by the same token, Blacks should I practice of resistance to the law or where such widespread
understand that most whites are not brutal, racist, and oppres- I discrimination exists so as to raise an issue. of general public
". ly PAIIO The A5110LOGElo' 1 IportaDc....
Forgotten, amid the welter of racial charges and countercharges I cant think of any area more ridden by discriminatory
is that most people of both groups are "Just folks.. practices than selling and renting of homes. The ghetto exists
They're neither the world's greatest saints nor sinners. : .: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS because black people have been denied the right to move elsewhere -
They have children to bring up, bills to pay spouses to keep = 1\:' : creating an issue. of general public Importance like no
happy and problems to solve. Most of them are Just so bogged :: other. '
down in their own troubles to bother with persecuting the / FOR ,' ', I think thai it would be disastrous to allow lax enforcement of
other race. = : ,. the fair housing law and to allow complaints to accumulate and
With children home sick with the Hong Kong flu and a wife who I ,( .",' court calendars to be clogged by a backlog of cases that are
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wants more household money what moonlighting white man has : BUSINESS-LOVE -TRAVEL ,, never brought to decision. Instead, all those smart young lawyersIn
time to try to commit genocide against Black people? I. the Justice Department ought to be turned loose with instructions -

And with PTA meetings to' attend, a wife who wants mooeyfor ................ ............... .I...........s.............r.f! to vlgoroulsy 'prosecute breakers of the anti-dis
a new dress, and* church dinner thatpee volunteers>> what ------------ crimination laws
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mOO ll&flUllc"BIact'1lWl> has the time to declare war en whites V 'ft r ( ', i 'That l would uphold; ( ) "law and order" reinforce the spirit of
/ Desptte +nat-wt'+t.y about each other most cC as.-both Black .1JURA l &President' ', maugoral 1 statement and live up to his promise
and white-are pretty decent at heart We'd Ilk*.to>> regard ARIES CAICEI INIK t 1 a L ,ifn; tPIln 'td'brttf ."white" aba, Mac*",together, a* ;.one. t.I'd'o'o.! ."
ourselves "'as ,fair via' our dealings with, our fellow men, of ton NARC1 JIIE Nil SEPT ;.
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whatever race Maybewedon'tlivenptour expectations: but what :
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person-:.Black or white-does? 211k e APlll. 1ltl llii e JOLT 22II1Bt 23rd 'ICT.. 2Jr' t e M#. lit As It Locks Fron Her
Most ft us would like to be Judged u individuals not u When a
memBfeu of this or that group But there are those in our Skim along. The advisabilityof la kept prepared.In suspense person, final Keep mul... It hat been Up and away. It is by plunging There Is little doubt that President Lyndon R Johnson will go
society-both Black and white-who don't recognise the other Just riding along with the outcomes are all the more claimed that those who do not steel la cold water that It 1s down In history u one of our top three great presidents His
fellow's right to stand or fall on his individual merits' times or circumstances applies thrilling especially when they go forward slip backward. According hardened, after tt hubem given administration has been flowered with all the aspects of political
to>> the way the world the test of fire. This finesse, an the ramifications of social reform, all the purposeful -
To some whites, all Negroes are but criminal nuisances. And to collaborators as well as to also bring fulfillment There is may be
some;Black people return the favor by ascribing collective. Allans themselves Those who a good chance for somethingof Is run these days, there may said of the Caprlcoralaa tea* Intentions of national and international concern. He has been .
guilt (to' whites. are well-established In their romantic significance to develop be tome truth la It. Consequently perament, faralshlig oat the politician's Meal! the betrodden man's hope and the financial

Take, for example the accusation by the Rev Jesse Jackson, own professions or enterprises One of the factors that should the step be answer U to why so many longhalr's target _
national director of Operation Breadbasket that "1 was racist, should not alter policies or may prove to be a selling point deemed necessary look for a., 'succeed when others tall. The If Lyndon Johnson were a Black, he would have met the fate
sick, white America that killed Dr. Martin Luther King." procedures and content themselves to many Cancerians is the better apartment,. buy a house, moment for many to display! of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
I suspect that Rev. Jackson, who would deny any racist with the results u they economic one Some who have or seek to>> better your positionand personal qualities leadership! If he had been a southern racist, he would have been nationally
intentions in his remarks would not be appreciative if a white are. Trying to improve that' intentions to travel or extend salary. This does not Imply may coma shortly after ON rejected like George Wallace. I
leader charged that "B was racist sick, Black America that already Is going smoothly may their field of learning should that caution should be thrownto beginning of a new mar phase. If be had been a western John Bircher, he would have suffered
has made a shambles of our colleges and universities" only throw It out of gear and Investigate all openings In the winds, but simply that Be cartful about Ming power defeat u Barry Goldwater, and if be hadn't been a Texan, be
Of course, all Blacks are not collectively responsible for the bring up avoidable and unnecessary these directions as soon U ont should benefit from IIICIICDOI'tunltt. wisely and benefit from the never would have been President.
.. should the,...... loyalty and Intuition His heart his home state. His and aspirations -
disburbancea at our nation's educational Institutions. Most complications.>> It Is possible. The days art passing of mote, was u big u hopes
Blacks have had nothing to do with the disorders. And, by the in human nature never to be by rapidly and the. world is Associates who are set la their who art friendly and trust were dedicated to the principles of democracy and
same token most whites were not Involved in the assassination satisfied While under certain flying ever faster towar4 ,no ways and nlra-conservatrvt la worthy Good Judgment should freedom for all men.
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of the late Dr. King.In conditions this does lead to one knows where. their view art not likely to .always precede action, as has But even Lyndon Johnson has his faults. And one was not the
addition to stereotyping the."other race,"some of indulge progress, it may upset the provide much In the way of generally been be( east lathe Involvement in Vietnam! His and Kennedy Administration
in stereotyping our own group. applecart when the timing Is 6.40-15-33.72 = 631 encouragement at this point.I.SO.Un..I past. inherited that from Eisenhower sod Nixon

An instance of both kinds of stereotyping is'found In the nnt right -- -- -!-!.- 9.20.1; 6 -- K... .- .lit... .- Oni." His greatest fault was his being born too soon.
assertion by Marshall B. Bass, new, manager of personal S-W-17-11-55-375, litNIK The United States Is not ready for Justice for all people. Our
development for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company that "Most USRPIS11RN nation has not shaken off the barbaric shackles slavery--
Blacks feel down inside that the white man is basically a bigot UIIISIII JUT one hundred years are not long enough for slave-driving
and a racist" icr.24tk IHItIS heathens to completely accept the principles of Christian
23rl Alt. 22ii .
Speaking for all Black people Bass told an all-white audience: APRIL brotherhood.In .
"You asked me to tell you what the Black man thinks of you, 2ltl Take a breather If ideas are e MV 22il I.III.. Just a hundred years, a cultural heritage can't change from
and I will. He doesn't trust you. Not only.because you are In NAY 2M slower in coming or plans are m no m barbarism to crvUlatlon-aftor all, the only people In history
Industry, but also because you am white." Think of whaf to come Even not quite working out as anticipated Look around. It is one of the that have held others la involuntary servitude and slavery! have
Imagine the understandable resentment there would be If a' It there art mort problems lathe It means that It is time ,phenomena of the times to tire Seek cover. About this time been barbarians. Look at the Arabs! Look at the Teutonlcal
white man made comparable remarks before a Black audience. way of details revisions to call a halt for awhllji.Ob* quickly of one thing and to look each year many Atjearlans may With Johnson (Lyndon) bowing out, and Nixon Dick) bowing
Bass managed to combine in his statements, not only a corrections or preparations Jtcts machines. and most 1 for another. ,This may be dm find more comfort la chosen. or in, this nation is doomed for some setback surprises. In the
stereotyped representation of all Black people's feelings buta coming, the matters that crop everything else become tired; I.In part to the ease with whth imposed IsoMloa. B's a period first place Nixon does not have the stature of a man to be
caricature of whites U monolithically bigoted and racist. up for attention are none the so why shouldn't people? Those ont can travel from ont locale to recharge the vital energies, President of the United States, a nation making rapid changesto
He was correct In disclosing that many Blacks,not surprisingly, toss pressing) They should be who'can arrange to take a trip, I I'to another by ear or by Jet. and to get them up tome proper match the tempo of an advac'lng: world.
dont' trust whites. But I doubt that there Is any more distrust bandied with the same can as somewhere for a restor Just '.The taste for seeing new sights strength for the heavy tasks This country is not going back to Hooverism. It is not going
between Black and whites than there is-within each group. the highly important ones which to change the scenery, should and getting to know strange that usually lie....And white to accept Goldwaterlsm which it rejected la 1904. It II not
And, for that matter there may actually be less Interracial will tab their turn sometime visit a travel agent, arrange ;people and customs Is rendered you are at It, It maybe Suns' going to bend its knees to Dlxlecratlsm that was advanced by
animosity than we might suspect. But that's not what we bear. next month. The start of the new for bookings and pack up and 'keener u we go along. Those idea to review the events of the Strom Thurmond la IMS. B Is not going to heed Gerald Ford
Some of us are so busy making bogeymen stereotypes, and lunar phase confirms that those go. The one who occupies abe 'who prefer tilt quiet comforts rectal past aft to atalyae them and other Mtxoocrats.
\ scapegoats out of each other that we overlook oar common who think ahead art mort likely place In your heart would (-of home have their side of the for data upon which personal We la Texas heartily welcome Lyndon back home.We may need
welt y In the Garden of Eden: to remain ahead when the net tilt I Ideal traveling com: .story>> to telL However because conduct for tat Mae may be, him here. .
r of TV they too art doing ...... This is now '
gets under way. And If you hart panion. Single Leos could find 'conaJdtrabl.Ira oat grows, Heretofore, we bare enjoyed peace and calm and good com-
the added '1InI of sorts spiritually, U well u .
advantage of advice, ont along tht way. For those with
,.1111. It Like II Alit suggestions and the backing of, whose time or means art 1ft is next to imposstUe tor, physically. I sheik be made But with pans la the adequate White House consideration and Proton for Smith in the
an intplrlttg partner, lie U limited, there may be simpler Anyone, outside of absolute onto a J.arllbtl by all. governor mansion at Austin the nation
Has the awarding of honorary degrees become a'. kind of should be no question U to ways of achieving the sameends. 'Isolation in the desert,to escape peoples everywhere.. ttds year for a long "COol", we hot may summer-and Join the rest that's of the way
racket? t(the events and who is most likely to emergethe : pressures 3-M-ll-)3-U.e47 looks from bare.WoId.
Is .the awarding of honorary degrees of any real Import? winner, SO' uf.la'- "-100 the outside world. ,

receives What happens It? to the precious sheepskin after the awardee .,10'- 1'7 05 .41.415' I I Z-70.19-44-J8-SM

Does honorary degree mean anything? ,f News : Digest
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A man Is worthy of his hire. Our contention is that those men -.:...., VIICOnum., '\t. MfilTTAIIIS, t, .NEGRO PRESS .

and women who are presented honorary degrees should have MM UT, ION III.23rl .NN RH WTE1NATDNAL.
ONE
some acquaintance with.the areas from which the honorariums MORE DOWN
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come.
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flit e 'Ht21it e 21st ,: (NPI) One more colonial status bit tilt
In the second place, be who receives a degree should !have Say what you feel. There must Mao bu his day...1 is Tat ..ckl'...... At teaapo :- wfIMi "" co* a P*-Cnrlstma present from
only I
one actually earned, something to back h1DI1IP. B's not too soon. There may be any number of people who, human may bt stowing news II mtay Spaa the IM .ncJave which the SpuId 81 I lcoal
for
to feel one's haY held
The Southerner Is opposed to the awarding of honorary be Inclination to put off tasks when they thing back, must 'accomplishments.proud For over some 'areas, bet late may not bt true ';3'' s' 161I, a "..,40--a11eJlotclJan4oa) tilt southern '
degrees. There are too many earned degrees floating around that appear complicated Before reproach themselves for the accumulation of ,, of your eh* and social circles.. of IIorace, wItIa only JIlt tawa-B1d1 lfDI.-ny.rted to
now. The honorary degree simply a recognition of Inferiority doing! sea It must bt remembered having been silent when they rare or Activity tiers ton* to step ltoroceoaa conprop under a
by the school presenting tt.. It is also only a boost to tilt ego of, that they will not grow should have been vocal. thert valuable of, posstsslous Is the 'especially where Pliceeai have up, 1 of doter-cofwtry talks. treaty whScb.c1lmued. lor 11 years

the person receiving !t. taster with tilt passagtof ttmt.B's .. an empty) space on your list symbol grtatatss. For a hsnd i*,orgtnlainf the r..
We do not say that there art those who are not worthy of such quite the contrary, a met of tilt' new year's resolutions, ,Others symbol ,that wealth determines In u..11 eau I laW IdIYJUeI. Bt.... toe..... I 1i,1: TALK, 1.000 B.C.re
distinction. However, we an distinctly in favor of awards, tbat" substantiated by the ,add the determination to speak being warned un even tt the D8L8iQtPU-According( tOlbt Tlmsi
plaques, etc. We note so often (hat degrees are presented "111 beginning of a new lunar phast. whenever the 'hmrt dictates status and special prlvflefes. temteraturt eutnMe Is .. 2,1100 oflaUa, JDdIUI1Id
I'IUII'I
.were
recognition of." We note also that the word "humanities"! has After the passage' of what should ,Tht one mat tIIlfWmtnt III lite Tnt advent cia new[anaphase, 'colder.. Develop new Keens ofgeneral ma =--"I': )r 1IIIIufL.'ivt4 dabbling lnspaee beknofap,
Just about been worn out. We feel that the full-fledged collegegradual ,bt .n weekend of concentrated may be worth a hundred previous heralds the beginning of a ... ... .If reach1ac tile mDOa. The astral (rockets) cap ble
tithe only,individual to receive a degree, u tamed, hake 'It would be beneficial disappointments.. favorable financial pease far dill II apt w pirtier b. are c whet on newgrper the a1IolOCedtha1 tilt Chinesem'
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Ha riant wbo la aacteat wIsdaIa their
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..... lIP aD the loose strings Romance will tate fire sooner JaiIIrIIe. This tray III a rust, J 1Ie_Jrocram.
OM of our greatest leaders received more honorary degrees and to mast sure that they aid hut longer when :tt' la commerce or n profession. I I auraJtbootttrlsrsflrlbiscvt .rJ.U1fr '1'0 lOLl

thai any other person la history One of our renowned college .are all tied up and firmly laplact. supported by a stable financial appears U If the toss fore a tendency. tt tn> to a urtttv I ,',= Atteg '
presidents:perhaps. could not. enumerate the degrees he rer -: .. : status. pert Is, tilt better .win bt. Iow.I lend at pees r aaldwsuccssfoledd 51 years 101
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At a meeting held Wednesday, 29 at the GJEOEastslde: Center, PTA Meeting WASHINGTON A penetrat- community" he states.
January 12, the formation of an Florida aid Duval. Officers In| study of black students on Black power whether violentor

East Side Coalition an organl-, were to be elected.Discussions Jacksonville Beach Elemen American college campuses is nonviolent will ultimately
nation designed for a look at were to be'centered around tary-Junior High School *144 presented In the winter Journal be achieved with the help of
broad-based community problems employment and training will bold its next PTA meeting of the National Association of white power Mr. Arthur says..
was developed opportunity employment at 7.39!>> p.m. February S, In the Women Deans and Counselors, Minority groups have certain
Initial participating agencieswere practices u they relate to the school cafetorlum. a department of the National privileges not enjoyed by the

GJEO, East-Side Representation Eastslde Community. All members are asked to Education Association.Ten majority and vice versa "To-
(Local Anti-Poverty be present and on time. Business articles, concerned with gether they can operate
program), CKP, Urban Jai, Coleman Friendly of importance will be the theme.. "The Negro on democratically to achieve com'
East-Side Parents Committee discussed. Campus, take a close lookat mon goals and by the. same
and many other Interested east-, Clib Set For There will be lucky door black students In all-Negro operation each has fe
side and Springfield residents. prize awards for the parentsand higher education Institutions' opportunity and the means to ,
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Carter further states "that Valentine Tea an entertaining movie for and how predomlnantly.whlte .achieve Its own goals and to i I
In order to obtain structural the children. colleges tend to create or preserve 'and develop Its own I

and significant s o e 1 al changes The Blanche R. Coleman Mrs Floiell Waters is destroy the black .student's Identity," he concludes. I

it Is' imperative that the opposing Friendly Club of the lit Zion president, Theodore Montgomery self-concept. Defending black colleges, Dr. '
forces l h. our AME Church will have the ,principal. Psychologists and educators Jean H. Brewer, professor of
new-found strength In numbers annual St. Valentine's Tea Sunday nave concluded that this self' English 'at Huston-TUlotson
and organizational cohesion." February 9, from 4 to 6 . .. concept theory Is one of the College in Austin claims that.
most critical factors In educating students from black Institutions
This coalition will enable our p.m. at the home of Mr. and
groups to touch base with each M r s. Wesley Johnson, 2030 Host And Hostess minority groups.In are given greater leadershiproles
reviewing the black student and appear to be more
other Durkee Drive.
on a regular basis and
Avoid: the eroding condition of Mrs. Carolyn Miller of St. movement, Dr.Jeanne L.Noble, productive after graduation than
I duplication of effort.A Plus Catholic Church will serve Plans Sunday MeetThe ,professor of human relations their black colleagues from
as mistress of ceremonies at New York University, notes white colleges. "Still another
held
!meeting_ was January
Mrs.:Maybell Waterford of both Friendly Host and Hostess l .. that black children grow spin Influence" Dr. Brewer notes
Rev Waterford Mt. ZIon and Henry Gordon Club will meet with Mrs. an atmosphere of hopelessnessa "could be that students on the
Churches, will famish Hannah Bryant Lee and Thirtieth trauma from which they black college campus are
music. Mrs. Vera Davis of Mt. Sunday at 5 p.m. President h rarely recover In later life. temporarily Isolated during
Returns 'Zion will be guest speaker. Irene Williams expects all to This attitude results Ina"..11. their four years from extended
From Sojourn The National George Washington Carver Award for 1969 was presented to Roy Kohler 'hatred" reaction and a contacts with racist whites."
Miss Doris Mack, Edward be present. manager, Special Projects at Gulf Oil Corporation Kohler was cited for his work as advisory of the will succeed.
paralysis Her observations lead her to
Waters College senior will chairman of Camp Achievement and other projects which underprlvlledged children of
.
IB Holy Land Precinct "The report cards of believe, despite criticism of
sing., Gateway Barracks both white and black communities.The plaque waspresented at Pittsburgh's annual celebration thousands of black children black student unrest that "the
Rev.. Solomon C. Waterford, Others appearing will be Mrs. of George Washington Carver Week in early January at the Webster Hall Hotel. Dr. Alma could well read 'We expected changes that they bring about''

pastor of the Henry Cordon Pearl George Mt. Olive AME No. 3131'Plans Dlery, left, originator of the week which Is celebrated nationwide, was chairman of the Awards him to be dumb. He got the will be beneficial for all, per..
AME Church, 23rd and Wilson Church, Mrs. Ethel Bracy and Committee Dr. Bennetta B. Washington, center, wife of the Mayor of Washington, D.C., and message. He was dumb,' Dr. haps most of all for whit*
Streets, has returned from a Mrs. Judith Cox, New Bethel director of the Women's Centers of the JobCorps, was the main speaker and award presenter* Noble observes. Noting that the America"
AMB Church, and Mrs. Jennie Meeting February' 1
trip which took
him to the Negro revolution has moved Two closely-related articles
Holy Land, to Mars Hill in B.Mrs.Epperson Agnes,Reeves Mt. Zlon is presi AME. Gateway Barracks No. 3131 Camelia Ladies WEDDING BELLS from legal emancipation to' Included In the Journal deal with
Athens Greece, to the ancient emancipation of the black man'sspirit the virtues and vices of white
dent. Mrs. Colder Cherry Is Veterans of World War No. 1,
'I a
city of Corinth, then to the secretary and Rev. Charles E. USA, meets Satruday, February Willie James Jones, 1934 West Donald Bernard Patterson, Dr. Noble says, "Thereis and black students mixed on
Vatican City home of the Pope Plan Meeting 1917 W. 30th St 23 and Caro. much to be said for the tact '
Toston, minister Mrs. Wardel 1 at the Veterans Home, 5th Bt, 27 and Donester Rose, jtoe same campuses. Kenneth
Rev Waterford reports that, lent Jackson 2230 W 1st St has to know who he Is
that
Mathews is program chairman. 1509 kings Road. All officersand 908Jetfe-sonSt, 22. one Platt reviews his year spentat
he drank water from "
Joseph's
18.
For TuesdayThe before be Integrates.
members are asked to be a predominantly-black
Well in Samaria, sailed across Alonzo Brown 5703 Carnation The term "black power" In South Carolina'
present. AH trustees are expected Ernest Rennie Henderson, 813 college
Camelia Ladies Club will,
the Sea of Galilee in a yacht, CalendarEvents to make their reports.The meet with Mrs. Estella Lee, Rd. 20, and Joyce Anders Gantt Court D,20 and Annie Lois Can- evokes many and usually violent Though his personal relationships
visited the holy shrines in commander will outline 4857 Moncrlef Road, Tuesday 5020!>> Cleveland Rd;18. tt, 1543 E. 25tll St, 18. reactions by whites u well as with students were warm,
Jerusalem
and ,brought backwater
terror
blacks. While instilling
Mr. Platt criticizes the college
from the River of plans Aibritton'commander.for February. Willie GilbertF. R. night February 4, at 8 p.mAll William Lattlmore. 624 StateSt Ilk the hearts of some, it Is for its "weak organization"and

Jordan. Hart, adjutant Mrs.members A.M.Harbor are Is IItesldeDt.expected. 24 and Gloria due Lykes. Lily White lodge 149 viewed as a powerfully creative "outmoded thinking"
5424 Mayes Dr. 20. force by many others 1bomaiC. Another article, "Student
:St.. ,John OES Plans Annual Tea Arthur,a Presbyterian minister Protest Groups a collection:
For Those Specials Willie James Line, 1673 W. and currently a doctoral, of observations from Michigan
Women's Alliance 12th St, 27 and Fankle Mae' White 149 will have candidate at Indiana University
Lily Lodge ,
Hare State University vividly demonstrates
Chapter To 11" hr
Because of the Illness and 1018 Eversoo St
Baker 28. ;;
Its annual tea February 9, at sees black power as a practical the bitterness and
impending operation for Mrs. .;r Vaugh Lavern Harris (08 Caroline 1509 Kings Road. All Lily force today "It should come to' deep-rooted hostility felt by
Valentine Fete J.B. Epperson, the February St, 19 and Bobbie Jean Whites are invited.Mrs.George mean the available social both! black and white students.
monthly AME Alliance will meet Brown 808 Court H In th ,,, ... ... .
St. JohnChapter.No. 154,OES, 18. Etta Rich 1s president energy entire hlaofe CONTINUE '" A .
at'the home of Mrs Velma .
will sponsor a pro-Valentine Bannerman SMS Gladys Street, ii; !
Tea Sunday February 9. In the February 5, at 5.30 p.m. The .
home of Mrs. Letha Thomas, guest speaker will be Mrs. Your professional beautician AS SEEN ON TV J I IjJ ;
5437 Mays Drive, from 4 to ,
MUlsof GY O.JRmbtij'tare .
Kettle, tile knows
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a Several modals will be
p.th urged,.Jo bepresent i '
seen during the a fterationiVear'* time. Mrs..Lillie AI? .... ,
tog" rter.n "'d rt s s I s.1 An--.'" !Williams and on Is president.: .. "' i' .,,;. ,; :};:+,:. .. '
after-five dress will be given :..
away. Mrs. ,Cornelia WallaceIs ,Deaconesses ::t: tX2f'"oft' I

Worthy Matron. Miss Mattie The Citywide Deaconess will ,

Bennett is sponsor. meet Thursday, February 6, at i

The public is Invited.ENGAGED. 3 p.m., at the Emanuel Baptist Why does 'some hair
Edna
< Church. Mrs. Gordon is
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is president reporter.Mrs. Ella Robinson break off when combing? ,


M.'. *nd Mrs. Alfonzo Lewis, Washing 208 rA 80.1

,)315'hwcombe Street, Jacksonville Court No. 20S will ; Your hair Is precious and delicate. ..and none of ui like to see /.1 2
announced the meet Friday, February 7, at
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use
of their daughter 5 p.m., at the Temple, 410 .
engagement of hot combs and over processing of hair with chemicals often .' ALL
Miss Ruby Lee Bradley, to Broad Street. Mrs. Luria
t are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But .
Edward Washington Campbell Is Worthy Matron. .1: .COLORS
Mr Lee hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Ellsa Robinson is off In everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes :\.. ""':t' j)

Houston Tampa. reporter. when- you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does?
-. r' ''Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and

I World Of Books tangles so' easily that it should be softened before combing.
,,4'i": ; Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to
f. the shaft and ends of the hair occurs To achieve this needed FAllS
A PICTORAL HISTORY THE 'What are these great deeds, softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage
j) NEGRO IN AMERICA,Compiled and how can one find out about Direction finding radio Introduced by Raytheon at National Boat on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely
by LANG TON HUGHES. AND the Black men who were out Show in New York (January 25-February\ 2, 1969)) combines on Clalrol Hair-So.New spray-on creme rinse. For combingease
Published navigation aid'with recreational radio. Francine Butler of '
MILTON MELT7ER standing In history? Read the and for beautifying your hair in many other trained
PUBLISHERS INC. Boston checks out the new Raytheon portable that picks up marine ways '
by CROWN history of the Black people u beauticians stock complete family of fine Clairol for .
New York City; $5.95 Cloth- compiled by Black writers and aviation beacons conventional marine band, new VHF band your specific needs. products ,

cover: 380 pp. There are now some good books for marine weather, advisories,, u well as standard and FM Visit your expert hairdresser,'who about hair ,
cares
A great deal of the difficulty available which do an excellent broadcast bands.:"Rotable ferrite antenna with compass rose is and comfort. Whatever the your care M
in the struggle o! black people Job of .telling the "true" storyof mounted on top of multipurpose radio which operates from its your, beautician nature of your hair problems, .
and self-contained batteries The RAY-DF Is offered at $149. only you professional knows the answer for sure.
for1 Identity, Justice equalitycan Black people In America. own 9wv/ifr%
be attlbuted to the fact that Many of these books have been as Clalrol Inc 1M7 Courttty Clairol Inc.w .

both they and their white adversaries out of print for some time, but

'Black people have In been America convinced have of are the now growing being reprinted Interest in because Black Fr!. Jan. 31 thru Sun.. Feb. 2 \. ggWI6LETS(

,no history worth shouting about. history. Some books deal with JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM .,
The written history of Black specific aspects or periods of

people In America has, to a ,Black history, and consequently .
significant degree sut.ered the provide only a limited view of
'same denial, r.jectlOllIlld suppression the accomplishments of Black

as .the people them people." Pd.S'P,
selves. But there is one boat which
Many people.toda) believe! Infact not only gives a'good written E"ropea"Tu'"red r
.
t. that the current movement account of Black people In 0/0
towards a Black identity, (titiopatiun'separatismback America, but which Is supplemented a HUMAN HAIR Ii.
to with over 1,200Illustra-

Africa, Black Muslimism etc) tions of prints, engravings, t100$480 i
are totally new things and are photographs paintings, drawings rip
quite excited about what it all etc., which help develop 83 SENSATIONAL ACTS!
COLORS
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means They regard the accomplishments a well-rounded appreciation of FIRST TIME IN AMERICA

of Black people the entire experience of Black 8KB Tile World'. Moil Ae. OUI'LV PRaeINT. today u great strides toward, people In America. !,, claimed Animal Tralacr Perform Y' ,
freedom and equality. Butwhother ,"A Plctoral History of the Ftntiitto r>.li with El*. 'K'COUNT 'HAIR GOODS ;
,they, know.. it or not, Negro in America," .was first phaala and Tl .r.! HFK Thr.. THE WORLD RENOWNED TRANS-WORLD IMPORTERS !
In Black '4 Herd. of Kducalcd KUphanUl .
there are periods compiled by the late Langston I '
history and deeds of Black' Hughes and Milton Melissa, SEE Sim lataraalloaal and 200 Htrforml.Circurt Anl JACKSONVILLE GAINESVILLE
which in many ways surpass nearly 10)'wuco.Attheam. '
men Milt BftSIE I
tome of these accomplishments time .it was the foremost CORNER BEACH BLVD.UNIVERSITY I CORNER Ulb Sr:
they now praIA plctoral history of Blackpeople. e .ALLSEATS RESERVED '
Some leaders from Black But a peat deal has happenedsince > f 4.00-S3.00-$1; .00 & & UNIVERSITY:
far outshine leaders that first printing. Ta.lneludedTICKET8
history "
AND HB FAMOUS ORCHESTRA '
.of today! In courage and deeds. The current edition is the ON BALE AT ntNK' SHOWROOMS IN DAYTONA IIACH" OPEN
Black people have a history third revision of the book. B )*..... .. Park TlcktlOffle. .andJacktonvlllt '.
RIIANDO a COCOA MACH
and varied in accomplishments is up-to-date that contains! Auditorium Coli...... I MON....'
so rich hilly FOmry 3 I 2 Stfiriti Urn
feelIng and discussions of the : ...... C<$UiPt N .... II.
; they can't help pictures ...-.......MAIL ORDERS NOW ....... .
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ancestors achieved all these development of Black power, Jot 114.. ....Yiee.A""". Cwu..:':. "=-:IgNM' ''I 'til', .". -.1 1st Sin 11: PJ. ,ltd Jin 12il.ilil: ; : Clip Ail his, '5
great things amid conditions Eldrldge Cleaver and me Black J..krr..ll..R..I22o3 ..,.," : PRESENT COUPON FOR FREE STYLYING FORM .

.of racial hostility and physical Panthers, and an appraisaUof. ,,..;;-AM fnle tI g._ _-L--.r ..'.... GOOD THRU FEB.,S L .
suppression They can't feeling Georgia Representative Julian -CIoIIWI.L.--L--. ..;' .1u".PoIo22JO'M.,..PoIo.I"'M Mr. A.iiniM S4.H- At I Til Peer. $4.51] .
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-\ ,: Stephen Baptist And Rev. Addison Pastor, In Anniversary Feb. 16-23 I




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Religion And Race : CHURCH NEWS :

Will Assist In Program Events To okeiyt N.ly C'.Hltl :


The second anniversary of Si.Stephen's HITS "OFFENSIVE" CATALOG Second Baptist Church, 954 Henderson, will sing. BAPTIST:
It and Museum CEOOlOA
begin on February end NEW YOU (IfpJ) TIlt Metropolitan of Art has will
Church and Kings Road, will be the scene Regular Sunday activities at 130 a.m.wlth eaeooJabD E. BID&IetoI
Baptist School
23 with begins
to ..
on February many been asked by the American Jewish Congress withdraw Communion services begin with the Sunday School Sunday The review will be given br
second annlversaryof the of Holy
the pastor, Rev. 8.'. Addison, wll laymen churches and; pastors citizens, musicians partici, On offensive"My Mind catalog,' describe from tile by museum the AJC exhibit u fomenting entitled."slander"Harlem Sunday evening at S pnuKtv, at review'.30 lesson.a.m. Ret.Consecration Sams will KpSHa' ,VSRrcsas devotional w*services. begin&win 10:4 be
willadmmlRSY. The
JJC. Sams, pastor, parttftocharg*
The. and distortions of troth which today threaten the harmony dour services for the deacons, a.m. with tile Music will be furnished
by
PresbyteriiR. will be Introduction written by Candle Vaa conducted; by the board of deacons.
program city. The catalogs 1 deaconesses, tte choir and for 1 with 1Ir. H* and Prol.uor
hI&h1l&tttclllCll night. Ellis two year ago u a high school term paper, carries fee the ushers will be at 15:45a.m. ChoIr No 1 aDd No. ta. Usher Board Na 1 will ten.
On Sunday, February 16,Rev. lines, "Behind every hurdle that the Afro-American has yet to, TIle morning worship begins Wallace 1ma at thelDltr1llae U *
will tegto : *
Missfoi Fends R.L. Wilson of West Friendship Jump stands the Jew who has already cleared" at 11 a.1IL Tte&dy the lloA s will rvlc te*deliwred by Ref. Wilbur Burma,
Baptist and Rev. S.M. Gatson K mans for day
", deliver tilt
will
Rev. Sams conducted by till pastor, assisted
of First Samuel Baptist will. FELIGKH VERSUS VOTING pastor The Holy Rites will be
Declfeid Sharply' be present. LUSAKA (NPI) Members of the Watchtower Sect were' sermon.The Baptist Training Union' 'by other ministers and deacons. On Tuesday at I p.m. till weekly
On Monday, February 17,Rev. Monga outgoing Minister of State hell Bibl study is conducted also,with tbe'I
castigated recently by Josy will be held at 4:45 p... Dram deacons
at I
NEW YORK Giving fromCOllll'tpUOGI G.A. Price of St Matthew for Central Province, for their refusal tp participate at the TIlt Prayer of Faith Hour li I 'nastor and U cbarg On Wednesday p.m, Choirs
to the general Baptist will be present Rev. ballot box in the recent general elections. Mange reminded Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday "0. I and No. S will meet for rehearsal. Thursday at noon the
mission of the United Presbyterian Mrs. Barnes will also participate. Watchtower followers that "during colonial days, no religion.. School officers' and teachers' Missionary Society will conduct a payer mwtlng. Usher Board
Church, U.S.A,declined or person refused to sing the British National anthem and to* council meets at 7 p.m. The No. t will meet at t p.m. Friday at I p.m., Choir No. I and No.

sharply la 1 M. according to Rev. J.a Johnson of Philadelphia .salute the Union Jack.I to not understand,therefore. In independent r pastor wW be In charge of tilt 4. meet for rehearsal. Sunday, February 9, at Ip.m.th*
the denomination's Department Baptist and Rev. E.L Zambia, why members of one sect should refuse to obey period. All teachers are Missionary Society will present a mid-winter musical. The
of Budget and Finance.Approiimately. Norman d Redeem Baptist will this same thing." expected to be present. church is located at 33 J3 Franklin street.Mra. Bessie Merchant

$II,1 4 5,0 0 0 be present Tuesday, FebruaryMagnolia : TIle Non-Sunday workers and is reporter.

received for 1991, compar: ad 11. FINANCIAL ASSIST otter teachers from the church

with.$31M6,000 In 1967. Baptist, Rev. WJS. GENEVA -(NPI)-A check for $250,000 has been forwarded .J.'C.SAMS In the communities welcom HOLSEYCME
On the other hand, contributions Peoples pastor and Friendly by the World Council of Churches toNordchurcb-alda consortium to share tilt Bible at.I1each Sunday School begins at 9.M a.m. with Mrs. Blrtha Grltten
to special relief offerings Baptist Church,Rev.B.N.Hartley of churches, to assist operating an emergency airlift of food ster the rites. Be will be night.Noted and teachers la charge. TIlt morning worship begins at 11 a,m.
and to the Food for Freedom will be guests Wednesday from the West African: island of Sao Tome to 1111, Blafra. The assisted by the deacons and Friday with the pastor presiding.Th eveningworchipbeglni at 9.30 p.m.
offering for work In race :DlILt, February 19. shift from direct cooperation with the International Red Cross associate minister of ,the, Gospel Singer Stewardess Board "0. Z will have charge of the communion.
relations increased la 196$. On Thursday, February 10, to NordchuTcb resulted from the suspension of flights from church. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. I will serve. Services will

Rev. Mabarn T. Thomas, New Brooklyn Baptist, Rev H, Fernando Po to Blafra by the Portiieuese-run government of The combined choirs, under Martin be held at the same place. Rev. D.A. McElvln: Is pastor. Mrs.
secretary of Interpretation and H. Miller, and Jerusalem Baptist Equatorial Guinea. the direction of Albert P. Roberta En Ma Gilbert Is secretary.

Stewardship, noted a change Church, Rev. RM.
in patterns.! Jackson will be guests. Dies After Illness COLOSSIANS BAPTIST

"It Is clear," said Rev. Friday night,February U.wt11 Elder Thomas Brown A.M.E. Council Of One ol4melea'.moahrldel1- Sunday School begins at 9.30: a.m. with the superintendent and
Thomas, "that In general, feature the presence of the known and admired gospel teachers In charge. TIle morning worship begins. at 11 a.m.
congregations are giving Greater New Jerusalem Baptist singers, composers and Communion service begins at 3 p.m. 'TIle pastor, HeY. R.J
increased funds to causes that Church, Rev. J.C. Fancy Returns From Tour arrangers, as well as directors, Crawford, will deliver the sermon Choir No. 1, Choir No. I

.. art close to home or to causes pastor. 'St. Mary's Btptlsl. Bishops Roberta Martin, died recently and Usher Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day. The Sunday
that are farther away, but Church Rev. J.M. Bryant, ExpectedTo following a long Illness. School's anniversary will be held bo February 23.Tte Traveling
specific and visible In meeting pastor, will also be present To The Holy Und Services were held for the late Stars Gospel Singers will give a program In tile church on

human needs! On Sunday afternoon, February Elder Thomas Brown,'pastor Miss Martin, in married life February 18. Choir No. 1 will hold rehearsal at t p.m. Choir
23 at 3 two churcheswill will rehears Friday at 4:30: p.m. Prayer service begins
p.m., 'of the Church of Christ Written Mike ,Mrs. Roberta Martin Austin, No. 2
Good Shepherd be present, namely Little History at 7:30
,
In Heaven, has Just returned at Mt. Plsgah Baptist Church, Tuesday p.m.
Rock Baptist, Rev. W.C.
Chicago
the Land. reports
from Holy
BipfiH Church Mitchell and First Corinth Elder Brown Miss Martin got her start asa FRIENDSHIP PRDIITIVE BAPTIST
Baptist, Rev W.L JO/MS. will an intereatingtrtp.speak Sunday morning. listen' D. Ward Nickels Reterss gospel singer In Chicago Sunday School begins at 9:49 a.m. with Mrs. L.Smith, superintendent >>

St ,Peter Guest At 8 p.m. Sunday, February Other services will be as Later she appeared often on in charge. The morning service begins.at 11001: ,m,
23, Rev. J.C. Sams of Second radio. TIlt Roberta Martin with devotional led by Deacons Winston War and Joseph
The Good Shepherd Baptist Baptist and Rev. T.R. Lee, usual.10 a.m.Sunday with School Mother begins Emma at To Helm First Tine As SellerNORFOLK Singers became nationally McPterson. The covenant meeting will follow Communion will

Church,'Rev. A.Garvln,pastor, Springhlll Baptist Church, will McClendon superintendent, In known. Many of their record be observed at 4 p.m. Rev. H. Robinson, pastor win speak. The

will worship at the St. Peter be present.All charge. Mrs., V. Powell Is adult Va. One of toe borne and abroad. ings bare reached the top. weekly prayer meeting,I is Tuesday night at B p.m.
of
AME' Church,' Thirtieth and ministers will be class teacher At noon Deacon largest crowds ever to attenda The General Board the

Lee Streets, Rev. R. Wallace, accompanied by their official L.C. Franklin will be In charge Council of Bishops Meeting Church, headed by Bishop Dr. Reddick Plus NEW REDEEM BAPTIST
pastor, Sunday night, February setups, choirs, ushers and their of the devotions. Choir No. 1 In the history of the AME William R. ,Wilkes, will meet, Choir No. 1 will have a musical tea Sunday at I p.m. at the

2,-at 6 p.m., along with others memberships. will serve all day. Mrs. E. Church is expected tobe present on Tuesday, February 11. AH .church. TIle Home Mission Board will ban a Valentine Tea at
Commissions will meet prior 1$. Other services begin with the
Brown, president of Usher when the winter session opens Sermon On 3pm Sunday, February
tte the General Board. TteEducational with tilt superintendent in charge.
Board No. 2, is also serving February 11-14 In St. John Sunday School at 9.30: a.m.
.. AME Church, Norfolk, Va. TIle Board of which TIle lesson will be reviewed by the pastor, Rev. E.L Norman.
Sunday.At 6 the YPWW will meet Right Rev. D. Ward Nichols Bishop CX Glbbs is president Friends For Sunday Tte morning worship begins at 11 a.m. .with the deacons

Now: pure relief for All youth p.m. are Invited. Mrs. Is senior bishop. The Right! and chairman Is also expected Dr. A, Joseph Reddick, pastor charge of devotions. Choir No. 2 and Caber Board No. 2 will
to meet. serve. District No. 2 will meet at I p.m. The Rome Mission
Williams Is president.The of Grant Memorial 'AME
skin Chairmen of the various Commissions Society will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Viola Smith
dry problem Church will
evening worship beginsat speak on "Making
are Bishop John D.
: on East Twenty-sixth Street. Deaconess Board No 1 will meetat
'
Communion With
7 The Holy Friends Trouble" In me
VASO.INEPETROLEUM JEllY p.m Bright, Sr., Finance and Statistics 4.30pm. at till church. Board No. i will meet at 4:30 p.m.at .
glvei our
will be given by they pastor morning e uic I Sunday at
kin the rUKV moisture tt need for and officers.On ; Bishop : tIO:4Ua.1IIJ11At MS p.mlllb..IIt. ,bp .churchr>.Tfae; evening worship begins at (p.. Both
protection IfOJf chapping, from dry Monday night Church Jordan, Pensions rrederlclliD! l hyapi.Ewl3'W.'Vo TaIJa,1\1- "sermons will be delivered} by the pastor/Prayr'meeting WIU beTaesV
;
ihy-gray skrf To keep your skineoftyodngerlook Council: Board will meet at Thomas Prlmm, i membrane of,M*". jbTte !! :mwf.SO! } ; i b..m.,'followedUy'Blbl' ttddyJU; I).mTM .
and Church Extension; Bishop located East Thirtieth.'Mrs. Jessi Wacd'
church is at 1614 :
members ..
7.30 All are School 'will be
Sunday
.,,,a : p.m. Minimum '
e7'Fr L. Hlckman
Ernest ,
\one, insist pn / nutne Is reporter..
'
be time Elder under the
'Veieline'Petroleum asked to on Salary; Bishop Hubert N.Robinson leadership of SisjwrIntendent -
Brown is general chairman.- A.V. ROM and his
Social Action Bishop
Jelly ; TABERNACLE INSTITUTIONAL BAPTIST
At Tuesday, noon, the prayer capable staff, of officers at
You pay a little George W. Baber,Publications; Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. Mrs Bessie Solomon,
band will meet In the upper) 9.30 a.mGrant's
Morn than for Bishop Harrison J. Bryant, superintendent, will be In charge. The lesson will be reviewed
Is United
r biandi ef room. Mrs. Ann West prl- Choirs will
BISHOP GN COLLINS Missions and Bishop George
; by Deacon Mos Brown. TIlt pastor will speak during the
petroleum jelly., sident. urn during both major
but your ikln li 3 \ On Tuesday night the Home Rev. William F. Ball, Sr., is N.TIle Collins Compilation, Lay Committee Organization., of services: Usher P v4 No. 1 morning worship. All adult choirs, tilt senior mal chorus and
Caber Board No. 1 will The Communion will be
serv* Holy
*0rth Itt Mission Prayer Band meets. president of theCouncil. The will also serve.
eAbH which Bishop Joseph Gomes observed at 9 p.m. with the pastor and deacons in charg The
February
for
The Sunday lesson Right Rev. George W. Baber Holy Communion will be
is chairman has been meeting
9 will be taught by Deacon Is host bishop, and the Right and, is expected to celebrated at 10:45 a.m. and at youth choirs will rehears Wednesday at 9.30 p,m. The teachers
of the regularly will meet at 8U p.m. Prayer meeting will be held at':30 p.m.
Franklin. The highlights Rev. William R. Wilkes, president 6.49: p.m. All choir membersand
nuke a report at this meeting.Tte
lesson will be given by the of. the General Board. General Conference Commission ushers will partake of the The anniversary, of the church and d the pastor will begin

pastor. Mrs. Eva Hicks is Bishop O.L. Sherman is secre- of which Bishop 0. .Lord's Sapper during the February.
president.On tar of the Council. evening worship period.
: L. Sherman is chairman, GOOD SHEPHERD BAPT&TSunday
; Tuesday night tarry Bishop Frederick D. Jordan, recently met In Atlanta, Ca., :
M s services are held at ':30 p.m. who heads the Office of The to at ****** School begins at 9:49 a.m. The covenant m"UJllbeclnl
On Friday night Choir No. 1 Urban ,Ministry In the AME and is expected report at 11 a.m. with Deacon Joe Amour la charge of prayer. The

will rehears with ProfessorG.N. Church, will preach the council this' meeting. U.S. Supreme Court Holy Communion. service begins at 3 m.Tte.pastor, Rev. AIM
This will be the first Councilof
Garvln, will deliver the sermon. The Lord's will be
Green at the organ Mrs.E. sermon. This will be one of the Supper
thepresence
to witness
Bishops' administered. The choir will meet Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. for
Brown Is presidentSunday highlights of the meeting. of Bishop D. Ward .
Refuses To Discus rehearsal
Is Missionary Day. Jordan
Bishop was elected to Nichols u Senior Bishop, and
Mrs. Luclle Council will have this key office during the recent
the first Council to be held In SALEM
MT. BAPTIST
Mrs. R.P. Mlddleton General
.harge. ,, Conference in Philadelphia -
the New Year. Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m. with Assistant
reporter. The church Is located and sine then has Church Dissidence Superintendent
W. Baber the
at 1430 Kings Road. traveled extensively both ate Bishop George Ions Scott la eharg The lesson topic will be reviewed by thepastor.
host prelate has a well-earned The United States Supreme TIlt morning devotions will begin 11 a.m. with Deacons
I established' reputation for being Court ruled earlier this week J.T. Sims and Cornelius Calhoun la charg Holy Communion
I a genial' host, and his lovely that it is unconstitutional for will be administered at' 3 p.m., with the pastor, associate
1Ir.: 11Y1ra
'charming wife. civil court to award church ministers, and deacons la charg Choir No. 1 and Na 3 and
Baber, episcopal supervisor of property to dissident congregations Caber Board No. 1 will I serve all day The pastor will deliver
the Second Episcopal District upon contention that the both major sermons. Following the communion service District

Is a most gracious hostess.. parent church has lost the faith. No. 2 will present a program, with Deacon G. Tucker u leader.

Rev. AJl. Powell, host several pastor! Because of a hug number of Rev W.Q. Rogers pastor. Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The
has been working for suits within tilt past year church Is located at 1211 West S2nd Street. -
month to assure the comfort bearing on beliefs and
arguments -
UD ll7a7zEIllihuil. 4 d all who attend.. Hundreds of by cooservatiT church EMANUEL BAPTIST "

rooms have been rl..nedlllthl iroup tilt Court. handed! flown} TIlt teachers' meeting and th e prayer meeting will be held at
best hotels in the city for thk history-maklDg '"" 'nHi.. tile usual hour with tilt ladle and officers charg Choir No.

k. guests..There will also be excellent TIle rating was unanimous. It S TH1 rehearse at 7 p.m. On Thursday the noonday prayer

'YAcc accommodations also upset a decision by tile mttng win be held at till church.; Choir No. l and 3 will

private tomes. ..*. Court of Georgia rehearse Jointly at I p.m. On Saturday tile chOdnn's choir will
St.. John AMS Church is the .the Prt rehearse at 4 .
concerning *byteriaa *:* Sunday 'c lb glnsat9.30: with Mrs. Marnl
most historic African Methodist Chorea and tilt loathers Fields and Deacon
George Smith in charge; TIle lesson will be
Episcopal: Church In the stated Presbyterian Cterch. reviewed by an appoint* Consecration
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'A MATIONAL RADIO TELEiHOgrCALL arON .:< According to IIItIct>>IJ a' morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with ttedeaconsln
,\ .w.l I IDo 'First AMI Church' sad has a J. Brunap, Jr., 1rrlttiCtltit charg Pnaching will be at noon TIle BTU atl
'.. VITAL. membership of 1.000 menters. opinion. First Amendment with ;)-.? James Phillips charge:' TIlt SngVorfUpI

TIlt church was founded twocitlsras'horn in 1WIn raises are plainly Jeopardised 1IIctu,at Iao p... Choir .0. and tilt CJdJIIrq'a'CJioIt_ wilt
of
I basment
lOG 'tun questions aboutbij, : .; pM** In 1MJ.', when church' property IIfYI. ,Ulbtr Bard No I and "0. 4 will ..... Mrs.. Marian
We Cover More"Chrd II'madt to turn'mtpresot oa Carter and Mrs s.L.'
Badger will be la of music.
: I test ,crisis our1' nation ,has 'ever Among St. John's gnat accomplishments a by civil court charge.

,, :laced,, the,racial crisis? u' .of, the past Is of controversies ow religions VARD: 411I ZION

'.Do lOu, have,,, suggestions, you'd"like ..nips.liiiiirsirlis. Vaddiurs .CONTINUED: ON PAGE 10 doctrine and practic Sunday Scbocl begins at 1:30 a.m with Superintendent Willie

I .to, make to the Black\ and the White Mt Olive' 'r .ItIY.' Nfrtistffcurrk J.reviewed Johnson by and the'teachers pastor.. Tte to ehtr 9- TIle lesson topic will be at
morning service will begin
leadership about how to solve' it? 11' ... '
The
lit rniriss Plata t evening service will
| Wftssiiii Prmmmrm T begin at 1 p.1IL Both! major
,Do:.you want to" heawhat ,other .. ... Fir .. sermon will be delivered<
\',' : ,"- "- '!'- -- ,. IIr tilt pastor, TIle putor'class.
ordinary' citizens ask: people)John Clih, PUtins (Ailiis'fraa) The women of the 'Mt. Olive 'Dickey, 'Mrs. 'Dorotny Crews: 'will Members-a at 7 p.m. Choir hblul&l1; at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.

',', 'Lindsay and Stokely 'Carmichael and' Primitive Baptist Church,' Mrs. Candy Felton,Mrs Connie. I. Warren are pastor asked. to bring their pledges np to dati. Rev, A.

;, .that sort !'lot answers"they' cone Foarta Street and Myrtle .Orel sad IbIttta 8Ift...
upi
with? Make :yourself heard tad hear it Thai Any Other Photographer Avenue, Rv.J.M. Dawn,minister Each district is sponsoring

,all on, MIGHT CALL, ,the* new, nationwide -. annual, are Valentine making: plans and Queea'e'for their Queen's Individual contest nmnr Among for the I the Pride Of Maceo. COLLEGE: "PAIR

( telephone:call-ln shows Ii Jacksonville, Fli. Tea, Sunday, February J,. in participants are: Mrs. ,Rosa The First Baptist Church will

30' > tile ch1I1'cll'a1ower auditorial, Lee Ashley Mrs. Floriie' Will Mew .nave services Sunday. Sunday
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Fe.
WDUP11 : .12:3; 1.1. ,hill I ,,..:-s ,:.. Siiltf Itii3pi from 4 to I p.m.., Daniels, Mrs. Edith' Hunter, 6 School begins at 10 a.m. with
ft. ,HnUNiilii TlniH Friday Mrs. '1'lII111. Thomas will b Mrs. Juanita ,.Everett Mrs' ,Pride d Macao Temple'No the Drlatednt, James

the guest speaker., < Mae Frances Harvey :Mrs: 1" 1BJOI''III W will'nea t McCattten, la ckarg The
;. .C;II.CUlCf.e 212-74S-3311 711-3211, Efiiliii.. Music will be',rendered'by' Jsste Mae Johnson; Miss ''Thursday, February Catlpjn marling devotions will be M

';' :'rij ti r tile FriendsbipHptldchurch's ,Patricia. Bolloway,.Mrs. at m West D aritriet, ,by aa appoint; Rev.. S.D.

.i, Released. la cooperation with 101 .SIITII'FASHIOII STUDIOS Choir Mo.; 1. Mrs, Trtills Ttelma' Harris Mrs.Vrdn Daughter Rater. Haiti L Jami I.' Davis pastor, win speak. BTO
1 It" NaaomlCowjaofChoretesterJonalCainolie Murray vitals Day and Mrs 'AbMta Lady J aspects an to to present..Imortant ,begins at I p.m. On Wednesday
'If.. > (OJfic for RadlMm) TaWvtoyls I Among otter participants will The chairman and cochairman bislaiss will bi I \ night Choir No.Intesrstf

I' : s, T M I QR I Cceacll 1> C6grcheti : be: ... Annette Rogers, Mrs Mrs. Bwtte Carter and s Queen B. wmiams, at ':10 p... On Saturday at
9.t .:... .-: ..01 HIM! Issues TH bourns Wiaataenia Bal&wla, Mrs/ Mrs.' Flora Halyard..will to ,1'IIOrW.. > P...' tee Janlor choir nhars -
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I Urban League's Southern Region Lists 1968 As Best year In History I




Hick Wfcito Good Day For Incomes Executive Director Colinei
I Aid MII Ins ., I

hush Cultural Alin Housig Effort ) Reviews History Of Office

MIAMI Black and white Braddock '",'.''.''\ "\\.J/:....,, \ : / ; .' : 1..,' ATLANTA-According to the 'Charlotte, Raleigh, Durban,
said further ,
"We .
\ I j' Rational Urban South-
\ /'" League's Charleston
\\.q/j -I' "I'J' ) r Grteasboro,
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have cltisens set acommendablepatteraof of the Crescent City: need the to learn the facts"At :':'iIg\\ \.< \,"\I\'./'}.: '.'," '", ;I ,)I( (: ,:<,.,\".;,.. i'' .!,', era ae&lODa1Dlrector.ClarUlCi Greenville Spartaibirg,
moment, the school ." ,1.1. t D. Coleman of Atlanta, 1(61 Huntsvllle for
)
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action through definite ef 1I:1: ; { Orlando San
library needs thousand :
new :
: >/' was far and away the most Lauderdale, Antonlo -
forts?, college-wise ud11011I11I&11'11I. volumes to gala admittance to : ,' ... ::;( ; :'" I\' successful year ever Austin and II Paso
to improve the the powerful Southern Association e II t' the Urban
: experlencedby
II i( TIi One of the special projects
:
image of the great coastal city. Colleges and ; ,\il, : ,, I'I I South.
The first of these 'I ," i" I : League Movement in the of the League Is Assist/Action,
significant Universities. \ ; \ ;i, Tin years ago there were 11 funded by the Department of
moves baa to do with the A drive has been Initiated '.. I' \tt.\i'. : .. ,ft! I: ; struggling Ljgues In the region Labor.
American Association of University also, toward the of ..c/\ ) I : r
,.
securingmany and only two staff people.There LEAP is another program. It
.
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Women \iI < '
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an Inter-racial valuable books out : '
now :. 'I. ,. .' l :. are now tin professionals seeks to open apprenticeshipslots
group, which has turned itseyes d print periodicals manuscripts \:: I'I' + neatly with poet-grsduate in the building and eon
toward promoting racial and artifacts' notable .-/ ')t degrees, servicing 19 striving structlon trades to minority
and cultarailDSlr.tucnnr. as to the Black Man's past A affiliates in twelve itatei. workers and to inform black
Mrs CH. Braddock area series of talks will tend to help ) Following the 19S4 United parents and young people d
representative and head d the In propagandising the new move, States Supreme Court decision opportunities available in the
,Education Study Croup of In another area not altogether :tI.' public opinion b.eaml'lO unionised trades and crafts
Miami, said recently, "We are related to the above, Negroes negative toward the league that OJT means on-the-Job trainIng -
BOW resolved to become an and whites have banded together, the United Fund agencies In K almstoplaceunemployed! )
: fire." effectively to stop a proposalto Richmond, Jacksonville, New ghetto residents In lobs In
A will be the put townhouses In t their Orleans Little Rock and Fort basinets and Industry for train. (
setting up of an outstanding neighborhoods The Blacks of /T- Worth came under pressure to ing. It Is nor' operating five
depository for Negro History Richmond Heights iodine reduce their support of the southeracitles. Miami is participating
at &the nationally-known Florida whites of the Rockdale Civic localWqu. la a national effort
Memorial College, now In new Association: have said "Nol"' Only the Fort Worth League called Operation Equality
surroundings in MiamI. They virtually stormeda went under. which seeks bitter noosing
Mrs. Braddock underlined the shopping center last \\ Leagues hare been set up IDDsllu. opportunities. Mew Thrust programs -
importance of education in the Wednesday and scolded the WI \ BIa-.t,1 Houston, Knoxville and have begun In Dallas,
solution of problems. Mrs.Harlem planning and sonlng departments ,; In KashriUe. Much of the credit Knoxvllle, Little Rock Miami
for recommending Mrs. Vernon B. Perrin, seated left, and Mrs Delores Smith, Delaware Valley. Left to right, Andrew Freeman, executive for the growth of the League and Tampa. The Urban League
School townhouses They fought for both d West Philadelphia are making tremendous social historyas director Philadelphia Urban League who referred Mrs. Perrin goes to Harvey Kerns,assistant will henceforth place some emphasis -
continuance of one-lsmily they sign for mortgages under Section!J5 of the 1968 Housing to PSFS and FHA, R. Stewart Rauch Jr., president o! The regional director' for Urban on social service_.
Gets Help From dwellings. One citizen opposed and Urban Development Act. This act, aimed at making low- Philadelphia Saving Fund Society and Victor F. Kamlnsky' League defelcpment. .
because he would have to move Income people eligible to buy homes, came to this happy end at assistant director of the Philadelphia Regional office of the Kerns Is now interested Insetting Stomp It Out
Hmble Oil Co his chickens goats' and horsesto The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society. Section t35 permits down Federal Housing Administration.: It expected that thousands up Leagues in Mobile, NEW YORK-Among build.
another area The board payments' low as $200, with Interest paid by the homeowner of low-Income people In America will buy existing houses and Macon, Savannah, Chattanooga, Ing fires whole origin can be
NEW YORK Harlem Preparatory voted 4-1 to allow the building. scaled down to a minimum one per'cent Shown standing are build new houses if they choose., Norfolk and Baton Rouge Other traced almost two out of five
School, two-year-old of single homes participants. who set'in notion .this history-making event In the cities under consideration art' are itttlbultd to imoHng.
pioneer in "reclaiming"neighborhood '
youth leaders who have NAACP Croiies Clash, Oi Ways ,
dropped out of the conventional I '
school system, has receiveda ib ?y 51r M : k
$75,000 grant from Standard Of Militants Aid ,Oi Resells

Oil Company (New Jersey and From almost adjacent c:1U..iD Sheraton! Hotel in New York. .
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America two prominent NAACP Wilkins said the organization
The new community! school, leaders through their philosophies does not oppose the teaching
central Harlem's only facility and resulting news of Negro history but that it is /'S
for high school or college releases and statements have unalterably opposed to the
preparatory studies New York taken diametrically opposed. proposals made by Negroes as ,. fa
Cltybuslnesmeeutivesattend' stands on student militancy. to special dormitories. a ;
13 fit! luiic'iaoo: awvl Roy Wilkins, executive secretary WJlklns said It would beimmeasurably Yr
ceremony on December 11 weriufji d the NAACP nationally more appropriate
'med< known as a conservative now, for N.cro".tuden'-' .
Harlem Prep offers con set labelled u anti-militant Only further their education
in A'rlcaa history and culture early last week Wilkins! said On the other band, Chicago
English! grammar sal that the organisation go to Cornelius E. Toole, generalcounsel
mathematics, and
literature, :
court, If necessary to stop the for the Chicago Metro-
the sciences for students: woo
creation of"autonomous" politan Council of the NAACP, e '
have led high school despite
studies courses on college called the student movementfor II -
high eduuUional and leadership
.potential campuses Wilkins therefore, black studies departments' 4
; stands In despair u to the, "extremely healthy.
The luncheon was sponsored f
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with Wilklns.' ,
president and dlmto' of courses Hesaldthatthenseofgovernment disagreed a g.fr.
Jersey Standard '. :r', monies\ for luch apurpose Tools said. "I differ with him'. aaf7 b i aLdeP sue
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presentedeadmater, EdwardF. at the sixtieth annual America and Spanish studies
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tapioca, sugars, cinnamon fashioned flavor. more and more important. Be a bet.
} nutmeg, salt, apples, When winter winds ahatpen appetites at your house, serve ter ihopper and you will be e better .
I ralilni, and water In an l-lnch this stuffed flank steak as a hearty entree. The oven.browned cook. Betty Brownell home
square baking dish Dot with iteak wraps around a seasoned bread filling, merging herb flavoring economist for the National Association .... __
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butter. Let mixture stand about' and J Juleea+ into each agree of Food Chains, luggcits 12

15 minutes. Meanwhile roll flank Savory steak Steak never Roll taxed.Vp la to an good.excellent way to serve main dish wayi to live money and still let Be lure you've planned meals Shop for meals planned
before family.
pastry I/I inch thick. Cut meat and still follow your pott-Holiday food budget Use economical a better meal your time and that are pretty at well ai nutritiout around the main course. Meat ji
several 2-inch slits or a fancy: day-old bread to make the generous bread filling Whether Her dozen ideas save you Children (and adults) should have one of the biggest item in your food
V W ,ti7 design near the center. Fold day-old or oven freah, that the bread you use Is enriched :- money! foods from the basic four groups budget. If you've time to let e lets
that lilt habit
pastry In half or roll loosely it's your guarantee nutrients essential to your family' Get the shopping every day Meat (and that group tender cut of meat cook happily to
,Ir tAt,, center health have been added: three vitamins, thiamine, niacin and Keep paper and pencil handy In the Includes poultry and fish), Milk, perfection, you'll sere money at
filling
't w. on rolling pin; kitchen and write thing down ai
rlboflavln, and the mineral Iron. Fruits and Vegetable and Breads these cut are much less expensive.
Open elite with a knife (Well them. You might '
of
SAVOR STEAK ROLL-UP you run out and Cereals are the groupi to re Often, the time it not at long at
opened elite are Important to even save younelf an extra trip to
make
4 servings member. For eye-appeal your you think. Shoulder chope can tim-
permit escape of steam during 1 '(!\/ lb.) Bank steak V teaspoon salt the tore dinners colorful. A green vegetable mer away in thirty minutes ai you
meals la advance. Ute
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to extend pastry over 4 cups sod bread crumbst teaspoon pepper doll more for mashed potatoes and prepare the teat of your' dinner,
it 1/2 inch rim. (about g siloes V. teaapoon bullY newspaper ads to give you idea and meat loaf than colorless sauerkraut while the more expensive loin or
Fold pastry over edge of dish cup butter, melted (Vt teupoon marjorami tell you what'i on tale or special Compare brandi of the tame rib chops lave only 20 minutia and
and press it to rim. Bake at tablespoon chopped celery 1 beef bouillon' cube this week. If ground beef lion the product. Take time to read the cost a great deal more money. Fish
Making ice cream at home has man been a favorite pastimewith 425 degrees for 45 minutes, or I tablespoon minced onion 1 nip hot water Hit, you might decide to serve spaghetti labeli The government require that it often overlooked but It sometimes -
children This Coffee Crunch Ice Cream Treat. ..itllita until syrup bolls with heavy 1 tablespoons minced 1 can (4 01.' mushrooms, one night and meat loaf e the weight (and any added ingredi- e good buy end a pleasant,
new and different flavor, is easy enough for the children to bubbles that do not burst.Serve parsley ( sliced, optional few nights later. The meat loaf ants) be lilted clearly on the label. nutritious change of pace.
prepare. It's mighty delicious and has good food value, too. warm. Makes about I or 9 Score one side of steak Combine bread, buyer, celery, onion, could ihouldn't include leftover be waited.vegetablesthat Write R you uiually buy canned peas, Do-it-yourself foods save you
parsley and seasonings Firmly peck unacored side prices of brands ,of the of instant nonfat
Instant Sanka Brand Decaffeinated Coffee starting compare A package
Courtesy: : servings. money.
ol steak Roll up Jelly roll fashion ton lone end; tie down your menu plan but changea tame weight If the quality it the milk
or skewer together. Dissolve bouillon cube In water: pour over you find a better buy. dry milk plus water gives you
steak Bake In 350* until same, you might save money. for drinking and cooking thal'i lest
preheated ot n 3 hours or tender. Bute
1 ., the tame productin
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and ai nutritious at whole
occasionally with liquid. Add mushrooms H hour before serving. expensive
iP different formi Compare pricetof milk. It will whip to a froth, top.'
EICEIQilYE. fresh, canned and frozen product ping a dessert treat for about two
!. Decide whether you have the cent a cupful'Salad dressing, expensive
Nostalgia..Don'tGo time to prepare fresh foods which for large families, can be
B STOlE il. are expensive or if every minute just ai good when made at home
counts and canned or frozen product with vinegar and oil. Puddings, too,
OPEN slNoArsgUPER will serve you .better though might be made at home during an

9 A... Back To The they coat more. evening, laving money by passingup
MA.RKETSt Ute macaroni product and prepared puddings
TD'I l. when which will make your food Flavoring and seasoning can
go further. A macaroni dish, for make the difference In your meal.
r.M. example, with e small amount of The French, known for their sauces,
"Good Old
Days"Longing meat added will serve more people gained the reputation by topping
than the amount of meat,
tame less cuts of meat with well
FRESH FLA. GRADE expensive
FRESH EGGS LARGEEGGS .. Viiit your favorite supermarket cooked alone. In addition, the meat seasoned sauces prepared by the
-..... --" :."" for the "good old dayi" center. Today, freedom of choice 1 li I' In the morning or early makes the otherwise bland macaronivery lady of the house! Onion garlic,
11 the nostalgic reaction of most evident at homemakers can decide I afternoon The' store will be less tasty: Learn how to use 'rice spices and herbs, used sparingly but
homemakers who think of home whether bake a pie or timpl ". be able take this or even potatoes ,
r ', 'f, .... ) crowded and you'll to way wisely, perk up a dish thal'i otherwise
: ,., : baked bread, huge sugar glazed thaw and heat one whether t o I ai much time ai you need to readY Serve planned-oven rather ordinary Your family deserves
I'\c'. ". '.:; ,:" /' oatmeal cookies and smokehouse make their own grape Jam or bu I labels, look for specials nnd decideon titan leftover The change of name a meal thal'i delicious--even thoughIt
.D'L) OOZ IN hams It in a jar whether to mash theli your fumily'i food Take your means thus you've planned to use might be low cost.
The feeling doesn't last long own potatoes or buy them in a I lilt and your menui Plan to shops leftover meat plus nee plus i leftover Busy mothers and working wives
': ,!: .tt CARTON 55 when today'i lady chef re lines that package, with n friend and visit at the same vegetable in e delicious cuiserole must adjust their time schedule to
,T.' ,'l!: I. ;' ,.. along with the aromas of sterdlYOIkit i, Longing for the "good old days' tame* Foods that might huve gone their meal planning ,nnd cooking.
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<< ; ,,",I. f.i1' b.n to :hard work anfa fswl..lf 'They really weren't inch aOad days.,I MwMta'.Kw*<' +)vk) to' waste cull: be! combined Into'' 6fiiniify'1 \yuh /ft?liulf\ "P/aclitfl, shopping" n,
any, convenience food. Some refer to them ai "those try were not in the newspapers Some fuMwJn'-'OfWh'! leftover poultry u, supermarket can be an interestingand
The "supermarket" ot old had jing times" After all, women,the nl.i supermarkets'"decide' to have1' 'an something special when moneysaving adventure
SUGAR SMOKED HICKORY SHOULDER little refrigeration Poultry and could only dream of supermarket,, extra "tale" and lucky 'customer! cut up healed in a cream sauce and A better shopper becomes a better
meats hung in open tpacet whether Convenience foods end one-tto|t will live money Change your menu served over homemade 'or "store- cook who hoWl that happiness it
it was lummer or winter. Cookies shopping plan right then and there. bought" biscuits. a cod dinner.
q39t and candy were kept In bins \ and
PICNICEATWELL often small hands managed to ineak
one or two while mother ihopped
Everything told was to be cooked I tee CSDA GRADE A FROZENPLUMP : l
from scratch and there was no OVEN READY
hurry.up meal known. SHOP
The romance of by-gone days has
FISH been replaced by convenience foods YoungTurkeys II"I'

packaged, canned, frozen and .,....
now freeze-dried which are qualty '
controlled end fairly priced:
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making her selections from 8,000 '
to 10,000 items, ell in clear view. AverageFULLCUT 35* I :i r'va
She't parked her car In a free parking .'
lot; ihe'i cashed a check quicklyand E
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PICNIC FRUIT DRINKS and home cook spend every the.part day of in the the evening kitchen core I .:

____ IB. 39*, meal browse herself dress shops. or and if the'd come rather home !! :

ALL FLAVORS in time for convenience foods to do
It all in mere minutet Her counterpart .
,ICED DELICIOIS of a few, short yean ago had
no choice .i all!
1 69 The supermarket, at we know it,
APPLES H' oz. been In J916, according to the LIBBY TOMATO 8PECIAU
CANS National Association of Food
BAKE RITE Chains Self-service food marketing,,
4 LB. BAG ; BAKE RITERTENING which revolutionized the industryand Juice 3:79
brought prices way down,began l::
that year In Memphis,Tessessee.
art; Customers entered the Memphisatom
through, a turnstile and pickedup
'L 49 t. "' woven wooden basketi, Then, Ina
unique arrangement for 1916! ,customers
j 49C.t found all merchandise op JAME PARKER{ LEMON SPECIAL'!
a LE CAN
10....,'" ,.. ....- *'r open shelves. A cash register wn
.t. the exit dbor and after ivz-ibicd (
YOUNG TENDERPOLE the ct.r had added her purchase, Pies
: the customer paid her bill (In cash) P.
and left through a second turnstile,
BEANS As the supermarket operation became
more and more convenient, to

p LB19 did market the food had Industry.opened by More the luper-mid. \rEo l. SHORTENING (Limit I../|.. order excl clgiretes( ), ::a, r,:

1920V Supermarket growth was
temporarily baited by the ,Depression
BLUE PLATESAIAO ., and next, World War II. After .Crisco3 .. cIg 6'
tM was. the supermarket emergedand
: DRESSING prepackaged, self-service meat
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OIL could be told in supermarkets dry.roc.rld TBSUK
WESSON 2"or Today,and canned Maples, frozen were.and!raea. 00

QT. JAR dried fw!ucti ere ai common as Delsey 5 '(t-ROLL) 1 :::
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POMIEANS cake "mix cakes don't keep well.

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cake mixes were Inferior and the

cakes they produced, were tasty 'Gt. _
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home baked variety some ,
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CONVENIENCE FOODS SPAGHETTI SURPRISEs ScrawledFreich 'Special Breakfast Cooko t
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moon shot syndrome meant moon shot idea, has, as Its base, or until top I II slightly browned and of old ideas Toe afternoon or t
thai everything's NOW, TODAY, biscuit mix. Apple butter from a. loaf is heated. Makes I to 10 evening family cookout it always -
while tomorrow might be even fatter jar, a few other addition
easy and servings. ton and often otters to
Modern of cooks can whip up amiracle the bread is ready for the loaf pan Note: Sliced bread may be used opportunity to try out n w cookout -
dinner In
a mere minutes What could be easier? as follows: Remove, crusts from Weu. { V JI
with convenience foods. And what'i lust a few short years ago, these bread and spread slices with butter Scrambled French Tout,
more -it tastes as though it were recipes were long, involved and and preserve mixture Stack :I slices
drenched In Cabin
Lot Syrupseems
hours
a many creation. time-consuming and bake directed.Cut Into
Today, thanks to a* diagonal
to be real winner with
Take a delight of a coffee cake the a
miracle of convenience foods pieces to serve.
rich with butter, Urt-iweet with and one'stop supermarket shopping, APPLE BUTTER BREAD the yotmi let The bread Is cut I
apricot or pineapple preserves and they whip up in moon shot time t saps prepared biscuit' mill Into small cubes and lightly
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nutty with pecant This unusual MOON SHOT COFFEE CAKEI H.taespeo Nd.K / tossed In an egg and milk
treat, prepared quickly and easily umllMd witdwlck tool esp.headeg mixture before browning! in
with four ingredients, takes only a K cup....... H sup wow skillet over the lowing coals. ,
few minutes to mix and IS minutesIn I cup apricot,pluMppl. *eggs ottenti to an old favoritespaghetti... Make Itwith There's Just something about
the oven. And it serves I to 10 IcupcppUbvttM. and bake it in a casserole. The result A
ptockprtwnMH food thafs cooked, tdooflthat'
: appetites! satisfying main dish that can be prepared ahead and refrigerated "
appreciative cup chopped....... H cup chopped walnut, ,extra special.
Convenience: foods plus Imagma ,then popped into the oven half an hour before mealtime.
Cut crusts from and sides of' Combine biscuit mix and soda.
top
links cooked for MayerCo. TOAST
fully by Oscar
lion equals Moon Shot Coffee Cake, The sausage are you SCRAMBLED FRENCH
unsliced bread. Cut into square,. Cream shortening and sugar together A They are made from beef and pork, which has been 8 slices stale bread
suggested by Betty Brownell, home cutting to but not through the ;add eggs and beat well Add coarsely ground, country style. These toaaty links impart a
.economist: of the National Associa: bottom crust Cream butter until biscuit mix and blend. Add apple tasty smoked flavor to Smokle Links Spaghetti. .3 eggs well beaten
tion of Food Chains.Three ingredients fluffy;beat in preserves.Add pecans butter and chopped walnuts, mix Complete I your meal with Parmesan Toast (made from slices Of 1/S teaspoon salt
can be found on the supermarket Spread mixture over top,between well.Spoon into greased add floured French bread, buttered and sprinkled with shredded Parmesan 3/4 cup milk
shelves The fourth, butler slices and on sides of loaf.Tie string \9 by 5 by 3-inch loaf pan. Bake in cheese) and a large bowl of salad greens. Bacon drippings or shortening
Is handy from the refrigerated case. around loaf to hold it together Bake'In 350 degree oven for SO to SS minutes SMOKIB LINKS SPAGHETTI Butter 1 ,4Fr
Apple Butter Bread' another' a 375 degree oven for IS minutes\ or until done 1 package (K Ib.) Smokle Links Maple-blended syrup
.h. t 'can (8 OL) tomato sauce H teaspoon oregano 8 slices crisp cooked bacon V
1 can i 8 os.) tomato paste 4.6 ounce spaghetti,cooked (optional)
1 can (4 os.) mushroom, H cup shredded Cut bread Into small cubes
Mozzarella cheese
drainedH
teaspoon salt 2 table.poonlcrated (Do not remove Ct uta.)Combine
% teaspoon basil Parmesan cheese eggs, salt,and milk Pour
our bread cubes and toss Scrambled French toast cooked outdoors Is an easy to prepare,
Preheat oven to 375. Cut Smokle Links Into bite-sized
Add to hot fat In fun to eat breakfast treat. Serve Itwlta maple-blended syrup and
piece Mix tomato sauce,tomato paste,mushrooms,and seasoning lightly. a large
*. Add spaghetti and Smokle Link piece; mix well. Spoon skillet and turn occasionally crumbled crisp bacon on top for a nearly breakfast that makes
J Ni into 1H quart eaaaerol l mrlbeI both kind of cheese Bake: :until well browned Sent with getting up and getting out worthwhile
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the most often used convenience oranges, scooped out and filled The best teen party of the season ELes3i fomafoes5/l.!! FAMILY LOAF, 19 '
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t- Track, And Field News Names Beamon As First Place Choice For 1968- I




I Athlete's Record;Loop! Astounded Bill Russell Heads For Acting Profession! Sports Awards I


Onlookers At '68' Olympics Presentation Is February' 19

'. ', j ,. Such Illustrious sports namesu the presentation to baseball's
LOS ALTOS, Calif. With top American Open (non-scho I CronlnRoyCampanella, ""Athlete of the Ye\ In his
lactic), and won field event Joe Be will be Joined in
one mighty mindstaggeringlong i Vince Lombardi, Willie fhoe-. league.
jump of 29'i 1/2" Bob honors in the indoor rating., maker, Sammy Baugh and the ceremony, as will all the
Beamon leaped to athletic Not surprisingly, Beamon'sirecord /mold "Bed" Auertocto will presenters, by a snow business
Immortality an Olympic gold leap was voted the out- serve as awards presenter celebrity; The names of the
track and standing performance of the'ear. entertainment stars will be an-
medal, and rating as for the Second Annual "Aca
field's athlete of the year for of Professional Sports nounced.
demy
Two other Olympic champions
former star
1968. Awards" colorcast live over Roy Campanula
Bea m o n, as announced by were chosen tops In their i the NBC Television Network catcher for the Brooklyn
Track and Field News was an respective'categories.. Janis Wednesday, February 19 (from Dodgers, will beaco-presenter
overwhelming first-place Lusts the Sovletr Union's peerless 10-11 pnt. PST; 9-10 p.m. of baseball's "Athlete of the
choice by an Internatianalpanel javelin thrower who seta "The Out- Year" In the National League.
.of track txpert.-ul it was world record during the year, r l CST sider"; )preempting. Vince Lombard, former coach
little ponder. was named the top European Perry Como, as announced!, and still general manager of
The thin Texas at El Paso performer I.while Lee Evans : will host the special program the Green Bay Packers,. will
I' In
medalist"
the
double
gold
jumper shattered the existing tf which will honor outstanding represent the National Football
world long Jump record of 27' 400-meters' and 1600-meter professional athletes In eight League winner and Sammy
4-3/4": by nearly two feet, relay at .Mexico, was voted the categories of major American Baugh, former Quarterback for
passed over the once formid- top VS. college athlete (H8was The Dodge Division, the Washington Redskins and
able 28-foot barrl-r without so also named US. track sports Motors Corporation,' once coach of the New York
much u a glance downward athlete. of the year). tQt tL ff7M JI Chrysler will sponsor the colorcast. Titans (now the Jets), will per-
.and landed in the greatest single Along with anotbet hteiteochampion Joe Crania President of the form the same function for the
performance ever in the sport. ; Kenya's middle- American League will make American Football League.
Even more amazing, It was distance runner KipchogeKelno.
Beamon's first effort of the these five athletes coinprise Foot llIHel,111 AftT's
finals the top five athletes of Cherry
But Beamon was brilliant even the Jtr. Beamon, quite 'I
before he leaped to fame at naturally was first, followedby Become Success I Basketball
Mexico City He twice upped Lusts Evans, Hemery and ,
the world indoor record, was Kelno,'the Olympic 1500-meter GREENSBORO, NC. -Don't "1 had a good year In footballand
undefeated outdoors; won the winner tell Daryle Cherry of North that gave nu a good attitude
outdoor national championship Other category winners: Carolina ALT that basketballand I brought that same attitude
and took the VS. final Olympic; Wayne Collett, UCLA'i: mu1Utalented'sprlnterhurdler' football don't mix Cherry to basketball and it's payingoff.
Trials Beamon easily took 17 U.S. actually finds that the two sports ." ,
of 23 possible first-place votes -Co liege Freshman; M. Mnrroi I complement each other.A A Junior from Charlotte N.C.
while Britain's Dave Hemery' national junior-college record star end of the Aggies' fine Cherry Is avenging 20 points
II Olympic' Intermediate hurdles holder In the Javelin and US. / football team ((8-1), Cherry 'per game for AAT. He is the
iii champion, was chosen top world Olympian from Mesa, Ariz, made a quick switch in November sparkplug on the team that has
track performer. Community College UJJ Junior: basketball. togs and Is now won seven straight games
Beamon also was named the College'; Reynaido Brown, Boston Celtics player-coach. Bill Russell superstar In his own Wagner in segment oT "B Takes A Thief" titled the "1b1n- the team scoring leader. I always knew that Cherry
outstanding U.S. performer, .:Compton; Calif, high JumpeaSISTER right is perhaps on the road to becoming a star of another type, amabob: Heist". He is pictured here with' some ,of his new. "I think that I owe whatever could shoot," said Aggie Coach
He was recently cast u a bodyguard for series star Robert "teammates"actl'e es'aArlnr with him in the film. success I am having in tasket- Cal Irvin. "His bigproblem was
JESSIE ball to football" said Cherry. teaming when to shoot and now
M: Improve his playmaklng"
Alcorn
She will read your entire We-past,present and Cagers FAMU Wrestlers Tussle Jan. 30 Cherry Is actually taking fewer
14 future';She asks no questions but w.JB.teHyoj{ ( shots, although be Is making
what you want to know, giving dates and facts of Walk Over more. of them.
business, love health and family affairs. Will I It was Cherry'i 18 points;
,help You find lost art. Tells you whom you will] Jackson State wF, w against Shaw recently that enabled -
marry and ifben. U the one yon love 1 II true, what i ito the Aggies to down the
I( do tote successful.Will reunite the separated, LORMAN, Miss. (NPI) Bears, 88-79 in an important
locate absent friends and relatives :and cause The Alcorn College' Braves Central Intercollegiate Athletic
happiness between man and wife:. helps make ; stomped their arch-rival Jack. ; Association game.
'up'' lovers' quarrels., Tells If sickness and bad .' sooState College 90-76 in their ALT piled up big margins at
i. luck are natural enemies; or If there'Is an evil first game in defense of their :, the beginning of both periods,
.Influence. Does not tell please you,but will fell tee truth One, conference title., but the scrappy Bears rallied
I visit will repay you for disappointments in all others She will The Braves. combined tight each time to come within
read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your defensive play with balance striking distance
TROUBLES. Come and see why you"are so unhappy when scoring to win their seventh The Aggies led 39-38 at halftime -
everything seems to go wrong.'Why be sad and downhearted, consecutive game this season., then spurted to a 55-42
: sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made Coach Hopkins had to go to advantage with the help of three
(Clear! by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody welcome his bench to win this game straight baskets by Cherry.,
NO MAIL, ANSWERED make no house calls. Don't' because the Braves big men The Bears bounced back to
/mistake the address. SISTER BESSIE 1s located north of got Into foul trouble early. But narrow the count to 79-79 with
(Callatmn on U,S. Nl, 1/2 mile from City of Callahan, Florida. players such as M8.IOI1.Wyatt less than three minutes remain
Phone, : 879-2250. and In ing. A successful Stall and
Kelly came through grandstyle.
WATCH. FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT Of HOUSE Across the.street' ,clutch.baskets; i p ,,the Aggies
I from SPORTSMA20TEUa High ..:orlnr man for JSC ended the threat., '
Open dally from 8 a.m to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.iiXTS was Charles Herndon with 28 In AiTs other pmt last
CUPPING ENTI'CLF.Sx0UTOA$5.00READINGfor $2.00 points In a losing effort TALLAHASSEE Tie Florida Agricultural and M. banJc".1-torts sophomore w I to win four consecutive bouts-in- week the Aggies trampled rival
the losing bracket to i I champion, has a twin North Carolina College 92-72
brother
team will
University wrestling meet on February 14 the widely- .
In Greensboro Coliseum.The
Harold, also on the meets last the Rattlers the
known wrestlers of Florida Stat,University at FSU QD Februaryor year
Eagles were simply no
22 the team will J journey tothe 1rIJam1-1>ade Junior College for finished with a 2-1 victories over Daytona
match for ALT after the first
the All-Florida Wrestling meet On February 28 and on March 1 Beach-Junior College 3510. The loss was to Florida,
the Rattlers will be at the State by a score of 26-8 Martin Gross Photo six minutes. The Aggies racedto
College Tournament Shown In the a 46-32 half-time lead and
p picture, front, from the left, are: Albert Washington Philadelphia txcePt.lor' a lull at the start
Unfair ; Harold Roberts HWltlnrton,N.Y.;Lawrence Roberts Bald- Eight .. Cookmoi Mil of the second half, completely
win; David Beacham Orlando; Carroll Rebels, Huntington,N.Y, : dominated the game.
and Klngsley Miller, Hobe Sound, Fla. In the back, left to right, Oi SIAC ereiice RatingHe The Aggies' big gun againstthe
are: Edward: McCloud. Hawthorne; Riley Jackson, West Palm Eagles was 6-7 Vernon
Beach Devon Clermont James Boston The Southern scored 55 points which was
,. Cole ; Pensacola;Michael Walker who pumped in 24 points
Moody, Syracuse, W.Y. and Gerald Maurey, coach. The squad Is Athletic Conference tops for the Wildcats and was and snagged 21 rebounds.\ He
led by Carroll' Roberts 123 pounder who was crowned state its first and second teams third in the conference; Elijah assisted.In
was Icoringbyguard
champion at the Second Annual Florida' All-College State recent conference Richardson (Moultrle Georgia) Tommy Blackman. with 18
Wrestling Tournament at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Eight' a 6-4 Junior end who caught 25 points freshman Elmer Austin
College Wildcats; were passes for 514 yards and four
with 15 points and with
Housing .those selected) touchdowns Alvla Wyatt (Jack- Cherry
13 : I
SEAFOOD CENTER Heading the list on the sonville Florida), a 185 pound The points.Eagles were paced by j!
team are Alfred cornerback who led the team
Ronald Prldgen's 25 points..
I34N MYRTLE AVE PH El 4 :.'6l (Jacksonville Florida), a with eight Interceptions, returned f
180 pound halfback who 13 punts for 329 yards East Texas State U,
Speckled Trout ......... 69 Lb. peared In only five pme. and 10 kickoffs'for 313 yards .
I an injury sidelined him and Nathaniel Ross (Atlanta,
King fish Steaks ................:.. 79'lb. rest ,of the season. Georgia), :a first-year free Cagers ,Breaking
Isn'tUnfair. Ml FREEZER LOCKER Df"r. a sophomore: carried the Iqb"I safety who runs the 100 in 9.4
$0.00". .............., Ib$1."! SnupptrFlonkt .?..,. Ib 79'Ktna 51 times for 376 yards and was second In interceptions Basketball Scores

'rttltll..III1C.Cr.1t L.,. ....... lb..I'-SUI 1.6S Snapper "../. .... average of 7.4 for the Wildcats. .'COMMERCE Texas-( )-
,, Coach Phil Andrews installed
Fancy Cocktail. $ 00 ClireKe Is ,Albny's the fast break In East Texas

Crabmeat Fingers.........1212.' 2 I State University basketball and
Spark Rei. Seasons lattlosALBANY school records art tumbling
T OYSTERS Although the Lions are 7-8
i Ca. reserve last year he bucketed this season and 1-1 in'Lone
: i I .')1.25 Pint Vi Pint 69'* Vi Pint 89' $1.50! Pint Ellis, the "Oklahoma. 493 points for a 12.6 average. Star Conference play;they are
; for Stewing' tttwlnr Frying Fir Frying has been the spark With 6-4 All-American scoring more than ever.

eptred off She.l of Moyp.rl surge of Albany State ':candidate, Wllbert Jones and Through 13 games this year
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lARGEFANCYLb$1.50 Golden Rams this season. 6-7 senior Jimmy Anderson, ,i ETSU has averaged 10.2 points.
SHRIMP Fret MEDIUM ...... Lh. S25' According to statistics controlling the boards Bob The school record Is 72.0 by the
\ piled by the college's Ralney's ."bosses" have aver 1954-55 team whkII,.won the
Information Services, the aged 55,9 rebound per game KAIA national championship.;.
h '.. Junior breaking into the and nearly 84 field goal attempts The highest scoring games I i
.t" '( \ '. tog lineup has averaged per game, nearly 11 shots per in ETSU History have beenpLayed
points per contest In game more than their this year. The Lions setthe'record
: $ \I'jt.' : ,, 1 p 'WHEN YOU ARE III the fabled "running, opponents of 118 against LeTourneai -
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',\ )< 1"1 "-1!": ( Rams to'an 11' and 1 : Jones, who isscorlng21.7per College when
'1 .'' '.,0 .I. \ \ S" .t ; : to date. game, has hauled In 221 caroms LtTOUI'DIIllCored 13. ETSUs
: ";} :fl: P. \. l ,. You Seek: The Best Doctor. Ellis, a'natlve of .,for an average of 20.0 reboundsper 112 against Morningslde (Iowa)
i: ,.When Your Doctor Prescribes Okla.,mtsttt shooting a off game Anderson ranks j Just College's 82 is also more than
.'/: ll .; ,Iw'-. ,' : get Experienced: PharmacistsTo P 51%, & on 113 231 behind him with 15 rebounds the school record n against.
; l'' rill Prescriptions according goal attempt As, a ) ''per game on 166 mags. LeTouroeau: 1967-U.'
i To Your Doctor' Orders In scoring 118 points against
r : We Use Only The Best Quality' LeTonraeaa this year,the Lions

Drugs. ,, :;}, .C.E. BLACK: made 81 field goals to break
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: : ; :.:'I r :.=:..-..A COMPLETE LINE OF- made 98 of 114 free throws for
: .' JULNIGKI3BEBHIM! 86.6 per cent in his senior year.

'.. i"";';' ': Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles ; Fred Williams, 6-4 senior from
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r'OJ. Simpson Is Sport Mag's Man Of Year--Bill Russell Gets Basketball Citation" I




Frazier Nt.d Top Perforwtr! IB.Atfcft I

I Pro ,Football Individual" BottlesOffea Getting Set For October ll. 1..1. Monad For Toasts

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Deteraiao Ganes NEW YORK All-America Chicago Bears, Rick Barry of
Outcome' halfback OJ. Simpson of the the San Francisco Warriors,
of Southern and Bobby Orr of the Boston
University
NEW YORK-While it is true believe that recently it -his'! ohftt California hat been named Bruins are previous winners

that shifty-hipped runners and say Douglas la PAGEANT I SPORT Magaalne'B "Man of the SPORT also named the other
strong-armed quarterbacks are especially guilty of this, and! Year" for IMS In Its Bad winners of its Knd annual"Top
important, most pro football the New York Jots "sworn to1! annual "Top Ptrformer" selections Performer" awards covering
famae, tajri writer Eric Douglas protect their tender-l l mb ed' : appearing In the participants in every major J
"a"re von and lost in box-office attraction Joe Ma. current Issue of the Magaslne. professional and collepate1P01't.
Individual skirmishes (where math, are labeled the prime ...tpIII Simpson who was also named .
anythliWtlnj, holding slob offenders") : "Top: Performer in College Thirty-one game winner Denny
b.ringjewing8oesthatspic.professional ) Monty Stickles me New Football" by the editors of McLaln of the Detroit Tigers
football: line Orleans Saints' tight end. Be SPORT, was honored along with was named "Top Performer la
," In the current issue of has added .
play a new dimension to the Top Performers in U other Bueba11"aDdJJ1Proql&J1erbact -
PAGEANT Mr. Douglas takes psychological warfare on the Lj major sports categories. Earl Morrall of the
the reader down onto the field- field. "His bit," says Mr., Toe I-I. 207-pound Simpson, champion Baltimore Colts
and into the locker room too- Doiglas, "11 to taint and who does the hundred In J.S, received the "Top Performer
to see some of the mort blan. smack his opponents into a earned the awards by firing the in Pro Football" award.
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UOIIDteU between the blind rage. No one Is better at'It. _' imagination of the experts u In basketball Bill Russell of
:1 mammoutk men who fight to ." Stickles strategy baa "the greatest running! back in the boston Celtics received the

cunningly and decislTelr for pro gained him many enemies, but ,the history of,college football." Pro" citation and Lew Alclndorcf
football's rewards. they are Dot without means of The editors compare Simpson UCLA was his"College"
Yoe meet such men U: ,retaliation. Stickles wears: ,, r with such fabled stars u Red counterpart for the second V
Larry .Elsenhauer of the contact lenses,and,says Monty V' Grange Tom Harmon Glenn straight! year. 'Ughscorlng She
,Boston Patriots. Some people "while you're blockln' the line- Davis and Jimmy Brown and, Miklta of the Chicago Black
call bin 'the wild man of the backer they're stlckln' their 1" ,;lc jssert that 0 i tops them all." Hawks won "Top Perfromer In
'J.F L.tI' Winston H11L offensive fingers in your eyes, tryin' to Another special award Hockey" honors
tackle for the New York J.ts. ,push your controls way tab." 1_: r J.... \ ( 1 :: -' covering the entire world of The "Top Performer In Box

is more specific: "He pinches Buffalo's defensive end, Tom Dr. Johnny Jones of an mt, president of the Bethuns-Cookman pltallty. Dr. Jones issued uappaltoallB-CC alumni to foquireabout sports goes to highscorlng ing" was heavyweight champion
you and beats you up and slobbers -, Day Pe Jabbers: throughout the College National Alumni Association is shown announcing the the Central Florida Classic In aa effort to make It a, Earl Monroe of the Baltimore Joe Frailer and racing driver

from the month. entire game reports Mr.Douglas first Annual B-CC: Central Florida Classic a football contestto success Seen in the picture are, seated, from left L.R. Alfred Bullets named SPORT Map- Cale Yarboroughcaptured"TopPerformer
Sometimes he bites too." ButElsenbauer's Inquiring "about he health be played la Orlando's Tangerine Bowl October 11, 1161. The HilL president ofOrlando Chapter; Edward Jennings! president tine's "All-Sports Rookie of in Motor Sports"
?, best moment of the offensive tackles family that Wildcats' opponent will be jttw Kentucky State Thoroughbreds of Alachua chapter; Dr. Johnny L. Jones, national president _the Year"Gale; Bayers of the honors.VETERANSI .
came two seasons ago, when warns the quarterback of Frankfort, Ky During a recent meeting B-CC. a committee Dr. Richard V, Moore, president of Betfaune-Cookman! and King
he stalked into the clubhouse danger awaits him If he can'tlocate from the National Alumni Association discussed advanced ticket Rankin vice president, Miami Chapter.Standing from left,are:

,before a crucial gam with the more competent blocks sales; distribution of tickets; publicity and promotion; seating James Keys, acc National alumni secretary; Jack afcClairen,
and '
,' Buffalo Bills carrying a dog even Imparts playing! tips arrangements; sou/enlr program layout;agenda for the Tangerine BCC athletic director and Stanley Wilson business manager,
to
9 bone i Inscribed with the name any rookies he thinks needs Bowl Classic Program the parade route the halftime and hoaSouthern' Miami Chapter. Martin Gross Photo
< of Jack Kemp Buffalo' his instant coaching ; v Mow In for M lltt I le as: 5 oOOW

quarterback ( who missed the Kansas City's Ernie Ladd, a N
1988 season because of a knee t'9" s Grid
SOO-pounder who appliesnotsogentle Sugar Bowl Almost Freed'Of
injury sustained daring a pressure as a Coach Letd 6I&k'
Gaits And
t practice' scrimmage). Elsen- defensive tackle Hebuthebest

some bailer of then his proceeded pre-game toreleue aggres- forearm in football, and, asSanDiego's Goes For TeachingBATON Racial Bias Diriag '68'NEW :
Walt Swe $REW5TSaow.
eny says, ar to.
i' sinus by wrecking the dressing: "After YOI'"played aim you're ROUGE, La.-(NPQ- a.a.} ORLEANS (NPI) u tar as racial bias was concerned -,
f ,room. "It's kind of small up very very sore."Surprlsingly Robert H. "Bob" Smith head Racial bias andsegregatlonwas lay la the lack of Invitations -
there," be remembers, "not only Tom Day has ever silenced football coach at Southern BACKWOODS BOATS almost entirely wiped out last to Negro news, radio
much room to get up a head of, lakes 3 I 4 bedreem plant with 1, 1 lfI /.
Ladd'i booming! forearm-and University for Tour years-with For Hihlnt backwoods year by' the Midwinter Sports. and television men to the annual
steam they hare this partition. Day's technique was decidely a compiled record of 21 wins, and streams, "cartoppsrs" are Association which operates theSugar Sugar Bowl party staged by the 2 baths and garage.
I it with helmet." the aniwer Medem tcheeli, churches and a com-
got my non-violent 17 losses and two ties-has been Bowl actlvltlea. There Jackson Brewing Company One
4 Aforementioned Winston Kill In 1J62, the PAGEANT article granted release from all coaching These packages compact,provide ugntweignt the,. were no Negroes In the annual, Negro employe Morris Jeff eM/.r close lay.LINCOo1 .
floating
and Oakland's defensive cod( reports Day was suffering duties and given a teaching only solution to fishing streamstoo football game on New Year's was Invited and reportedly ESTATES
Ben Darldsoo They Ain't love through a season at offensive assignment deep for wading and small Day but that is not considereda attended as a member of the ,
i' each other. Says Hill of Davidson guard. The first time they met, Smith requested the change in Inacowslbls backwoods lakes plan or fault of the association staff of the New Orleans Recreation 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685
: "He's In a class by htmult.I Ladd clobbered! him on the first duties, said Dr. G.0. Netter- seldom visited by most anglers. All other events,ezceptingposslbly Department.Also .
( He should be ban ed rrom footp play and seat Day spinning vllle Southern's president, and While most of the emphasisthese the sailing events, bad a present were Ernest Mortal
ball., The guy is toe number "Coach Smith's request:was oars Is on glamorous.
-
around. Day grabbed Ladd and Urn runabouts and cruisers, full quota of Blackpartlclpants state representativeRussell ;
in the "
one cheap shot artist threatened him, then adding honored. by no means has the small flsh- The Black contestants took Stockard, WNOE. Radio;
league." Responds Davidson: "And look, baby,we're both He has been a'associated with Ins era ft left the outdoors care of themselves handsomtly Philip Batiste, aide to Mayor SEMI-ANNUALCl ARANCE
S'"I figure Hill has no right of the same race. We mustn't athletics at Southern since IMS, ,scene They are available In a Willis Davenport of Olympic ,Schlro and the chauftfenr of
talking about illegal play unless when he became assistant to wide variety of deslfns and
go around kUlin' each other. fame, won the IZD-J ar d an executlve'of.tbe brewery. OFREGULAjUTtfCKMERCHATtDlSi
he talks about himself first. He head coach A.W. Mumford, lie sites. to Bt a multitude of tasks
We got tosllcktogether.: Day's the authorities at Mercury hurdles easily. Tens sprinter Executives at the brewery say
says he used to think I was a head was spared interrupted his tenure for a say outboards, who offer a few Curtis Mills won the 440-yard there was no racial Intent lathe

gentleman You know when that Before they met again Tom short term In 1956 when he pointers In selecting the proper dash and Fells Johnson of absence ot the Negro newsmen .. '
wist 'When ,I used to let him was switched to defense, and served in East Baton' Rougepariah hull Prairie View took charge of the ,.' '
t hold me' one can only agree with Eric school system In 1961, < Since portability Is the basin ,88-yard rl1D."t** ,' : :; :'
j, (()Holding grabbing the j Jersejr1or Douglas. "It's really too bad," he returned to once'again become requirement confine your In 100-yard dash Jim Green Accidental Verdicts J

extending the arms, is ones be says, "That might nave been assistant. to coach Mum- search 130 pounds to boats You weighing'11 be under doingplenty of Kentucky and Winston Short NEW YORK-.Accident*took
thing defenders have been the most interesting season-to- 'ord. of lifting and carrying, of Grambllng came second and the lives of 112,000 American
.
moaning about for years While 'season rivalry of them aULadd's -. Since 193S Smith is only the so the lighter the better.Aluminum third respectively. I In 1967, the Insurance Informa-
most have accepted it as a way poWer against Day'smouth" third football coach to head up construction seems to be The one black-eye! of the meet lion Institute reports SUITS) JACKETS
of life In pro football many the grid activity at Southern the best all-around choice, but ...
I' :.H. Lee succeeded Mumford etrip-canvas designs that will r SPQR COATS SLACKS

1: "Blick Joanil" EiMiies) Problems and the beginning Smith took of over the '6 for$ season.Lee at suitable eertaln accommodate fiberglass an outboard hulls and are WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo S LON SLEEVE SPORT

l' Small skiffs too, SHIR S
are handy
---t 1C State links and they offer more freedomof Waiting-Credit Approved en Spoil!
As Low At lEVE
Y movement by occupants LON S DRESS
The flat bottom square
limed Coach Of John boats are the best fishing SHI S'S
platforms in calm waters $195 down
However they can be tough to SNE
Year I. SIAC maneuver when a strong wind
I I'I'a
start kicking' up wbltocapiSelect I 68 PONTIAC CATALINA ...................'2995 HIRTS 'K i'r' ,
ORANGEBURG, S.C. Oree your fishing rig withan 0'4 0001M"TOP All CONDITION ACTON IIAMIHSAIll '.;;
Banks of South Carolina State eye toward' the type of WAil ANn & C S
},,NM1 Warn 4r Ins been named CoachoftheYear waters ye.H be ashing mostoften 68 BUICK ELEC 275 ......................... '3993 ,\
and keep It light, advise MAUTV > ALL COA
All CONDITION VINYL MOP HAL HER S '
1.i 3, i4 In Division "A" of the the Mercury lads, then start I 68 PLYMOUTH FURY III ....;............... '2693 ;
5 + r Southern IntercollegiateAthletic looking for those lonely spots All CONDITION PACTOIV TIANlNIAItl WAIIANTV MANY THE ITE S! w
Conference (SIAC) by bypassed by the leas adventure 68 CHRYSLER CUSTOM NEW PORT. '3395 ; ;
4,, r.t4 the athletic director and ,'ous. TonH discover a lot of All CONDITION,ONLY bore M,PACTOIT.TIANIfMAIll WAS. .r

coaches of the conference. .action for hat's eartoppen.reserved exclusively 68 IANTY PONTIAC GRAND PRIX ............... '3695
Banks' 19SS Bulldogs compiled LOADID VINYL 1OOfI.OMVSMeHMLM,MCTOIVWAIIANTV 20% /
in Impressive 7-S overall 65 CADILLAC 60 SPEC. FLEETWOOD. '2693MADID pOATlWA"O OFF
record and 4.1 slate In the Witch AND A MAI SUV. .
conference He wu also recip' 66 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE .......... '3395
COMPOST CONTROL Ala coNn111os{0,VINYL 001.,-WAV
teat of the same honor IA 1931 iiATsuc WINDOW
; Us first year as head coach at This Clown 68 CADILLAC DORADO ................ '6195
3 be institution when be guided IOAMD,MCTOIVWAMANrV
be Bulldogs to an 8-1 record.TbeHAlA .. 13 32 67 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILU .......... 4395
I KSCT WINDOWs, LADY ,
COMMIT CONTROL AH CONMTWNIO .
( District 6)) honored OWNID,VMVllOOf MIN"AlHION,
Urn twice (1965-1966) 51 ,:.. I' 21 OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! EWILAR SIZES
Coach-oI-th.-Year.:; Where Others Refute JJlttbO'5
Dealt
: We Take ,
Lou ,Potter, executive editor of NErs "Black Journal", was In four seasons U htad'oaI t r --2 Credit Approved en Spot PICII"'NO' BIG & TALL
previously responsible for the network's examination of ferment it South Carolina State Banks I
at Howard University, "Color Us Black". Before Joining MET, us an Impressive string of 19 .1' I ITED TIME ONLY
be was a news editor and producer for VCAO-TV (CBS) in victories against only six defeats \ i R. S. EVANS

PMlartelpMi, promoting director for Bedford-Stnyvesant Youth In 1965 his record was .
In Action and coordinator for John Lindsay's mayoral campaign 1-1; 1966-7-2; 1967-7-1; and ILl i i W ADAMS
',. 0 22 3rd & MAIN !
Now\ YnrkPreSeisei L96I-7-2.; II'55. -. t/ (/, CMA'O'CUITOMIIPAMWO accOUNTS mvnieMil .

: Pep Telk To Walker with"This the Is other an honor members that I of share my 44- 51 21 I El 4-1311 OPEN 'TIL 9:30P.M. EL 4-1312 I aUANIICUN.'A'0,...,,.,.'*',rx.......... (

I star." said Banks! when. he ,1 metIm1l1le'. TJb,8onetimeff
ALT learned that he had been selected BVs down. Be Adds Subtracts;

Pay$, Off For Sirflif : for the second tlmt.1D"nI1l1. A W9iJi.lt all.around,

GRSEJtSBOhO N.C.-A Daryle' Cherry. four years

pre-season pep talk by ALT 214S1iCOMIIATTRACwNS
Coach Cal Irvln to C-7 ,
,. Vernon Walker is paying handsome GOLF SALEEVERY ,
: j
i> dividends for the Antea
Into told ,Walker the only
way"the'Aggi.s could win in MONDAY THRU FRIDAY- 0-22-111 -.-
--
i basketball this season was for 'MRTHWESTERHII 1YV

Walker. to 'pan down 24 re. ,

,bounds per came. STEEL SHAFT SETS '61" MAN'S DAYS'NU.IIED

The beefy Junior from HighPoint 8/i 4STEELSHAFTSETSN MID" II it
been averaging _
N.C.IIU
,
1.4 AUK; SHAFT SETS MIOl*
IWMAM
Just about that number of grabs Mil" '
i and AT II 5-0 after IIYlltutI. S'4MICROUTEitrAMMimu ''Vaa's Numbered.Health .''
Days are
I. The Aggies' latest wins have LADIES SETS mmum no* so," and Fortune Can Be

been 101-40 over Llvln stone, LADIES SETSiAUMwwMiMAmi 20" Taos, Whet' Too Know Your

M-M over Morgan State,.and, $STAKE SETS MM 'U" Lucky DajtLAF '
92 M over BlneOeld State. I
) It was against LiTlngstone that t SHAKESPEARE MeeuniAm' f SN t Colors,'etc: i i

'.Walker contributed his season SHAKESPEARE Ho awMs.sa'n 'ISO"VOlT II .Send 8.00 for your
high of 27 rebounds. Be also 41" Guide Sic
Horoscope.
as" ..*uue :Msi...TS : : !
i chipped : In, 19 points u the ,
speedy Asjjea almost ran the Wl ALSO CARRY A COMPLETI UN! OF BAGS FEBRUARYs

0 Bears off the eoarU lAW, CARTS PUTTERS,'UTILITY CLU $ sV-OTHER 'la ;the blank below and
'6 ""...re la no doubt that GOLF ACCESSORIES AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN I mail to ZODIAC, Post Office :
*Walker: hu become oar key '
TOWN. ,zzirST. I Bos 1111, ,Jadtravilfs B.'nJII' .
'
maa, said Irvln. "Be wants; -
'; to rebound and to hu become.' .J'-G."FDJSC811Nt'; 1UthST.ATTAUIYlAND' :; onMcDUFF N. of BiAVMr. SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30:

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DEATH NOTICE Leaders'Saney' A.M.E. CoBRdl Bishops While Woman Deplore t Teaching Children To Read

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Funeral services for Mrs. Huge Ship For ttONTDIUED: FROM PAGE <4< CON'11NVtD'ROII PAGE S 1

EcteUe Gantt will be Saturday the fact that it wu host church AUK Church, Chesapeake, Va. Typical of the comments: *Tbe > \
rlntBaptllt
February. tt 1 p.m. Use lo City Service to the General Conference in '-Some of the most outstanding black man sees what the white .

Church: Rev RL. IW8. :;ministers in the AME: Connection man ,Is all about they see bow 1 .
tl
Smith pastor, Mr*. Cantt was Several members of the Coax" According to the pastor Rev. baY e been pastors of primitive he is in his relationship t ??
bon tad reared in Mandarin soUdated City Council took a Powell, entertainment will Include St. John They Include Rev with other people," and,
tad lived In Jacksonville for look at the luxury liner,the S57: a dinner reception at the SJS. Morris, Sr, Rev M.E. "Tbe civil rights issue brought A Ai

ttta put tO years.She wu the Independence, Friday, January Golden Triangle Motor Hotel, Davis Rev J.A. Young, Rev. to the forefront the fact that r _
daughter of to*' late WUltim 17, and, while on the ship, Wednesday, Febr\1tr11Z.at 5:00p L.L. Berry, Rev. 0.18. Shields the establishment was not
Davis and Mrs Eitellt Anderson pondered over what it might .m. honoring the bishops and Rev. James R. Johnson, Rev capable of making significant
flails of Uandarln. She do for the Bold New City in their wi,... Bishop and Mrs. Walter HllderbrandandRev.A.R. change'."
wu member of First Timothy terms of usefulness Baber will be hosts. Powell. A constructive note sounded
Baptist Church. Survivors In- Councilman Earl M. Johnson On the same evening, February This Council of Bishops' and in a review of the. College
ride ber husband. Thomas led the committee 12, at 7;JO pm.the local other gatherings connected with Discovery and Development 4
GnU sons, James and What use can be made of the church preparinganeicellent It will not be all business. Program being conducted at t tilt .. I4 Lit; *; .Jf
William Harold;daughter,Miss huge ship?, wu the question welcome program. At the closed Several events are being City University of New York .& :

Arlene Harold, sisters Mrs which seemed uppermost in the this program, an extraordinary planned for the entertainment'of (CUNY). The program,financed
Wilhelmsnia French Mrs minds of the lawmakers Suggestions royal reception wfll the visitors. and planned, operated Jointlyby
Ruby Clemens, Ennston, ni, were made stressing follow in the dining area jot The Connectional Council of CUNT and tilt New York City
and Mrs Margaret Brown,New Us potential u a hospital, a the church. which Dr. William Barnes, Sr., Board of Education, operates
York City, brothers, Leon and recreational center a The entertaining pastor Rev. is president will meet In its In five public high schools Its
f/ Eugene Davis, Mandarin, vocational center, or u a Powell, Is a native of Virginia.He winter session at the same time primary goal is to encourage t ,
Gilbert Darts Florida City housing center for dislocated Joined Ebeneser AME In and a very inviting program high school students tocontinae 4 ,
Fit; daughters-in-law, Mrs. persons Its position u a part that city and,after finishing high has been prepared. Other their education In higher adoration +
Claudia Harold and Mrs. Leila of urban renewal wu also re- entered WilberforceUniversity Connectional meetings that will and itguarantees
school institutions
TALLAHASSEE -Florida MM University hu established reading clinics Ja four centers la
Harold, brothers-in-law, viewed. Then the question arose in Norfolk include the
where he wu graduated gather Tallahassee in an effort to overcome reading weaknesses by children in the community. These
be rat
Deacon John Francis George to whether a deal might Executive Board of the Lay admissionlry to
u with an A.B. degree In of the City clinics ire conducted by in-service teachers in the graduate program at FAMU The teachers
taker Van Bron, ew York, made with the government. sociology Later, he entered Organization, JJ). William, students who successfully diagnose and analyse the weaknesses and strengths of the children and provide experiences to
Neal King, Mandarin sisters- A decline in profits hu and the Grass Roots
J sharp liner Payne Theological Seminary president complete the program help each, child Dr E.H. Wallace, professor of education and specialist in reading, is inchargeip
y la-ltw Mrs Ethel Davis prompted owners of the at WUberforce, where be wu Forum, .Dr. John H. Adams; At present there is a total of the picture are Mattle Williams of Waukalla and Beatrice Zetgler of Jacksonville
Florida City Fit, Mrs. Hattie to consider selling it. Passenger graduated magna cum laude in convener. 1,140 students an underachievers to Improve the reading level of Charles Stephens and Deborah Taylor Loci4spurches
Flossie hu been
Davis Mandarin Mrs service his class with a BJ. degree. from deprived areas, are cooperating Bethel AME, Philadelphia Primitive Baptist, St Michael Episcopal
Cacti and Mrs.Eula Lee Harold.of discontinued The government sister For the past 29 years be hu Methodist District enrolled In the program.Nearly and Trinity Presbyterian are all'operating reading clinic centers More than 104 children
15 grandmother a host 'holds mortgages on three been pastoring in the Second half are black, Of the 1967-68 have participated
nieces, nephews, cousins and ships, the Constitution, the Stresses Enrichment l
Episcopal District, and had the class, .77 per cent graduatedand
other relatives. Close friends, Atlantic and the Independence. honor of serving u a memberof are now attending four-year
Miss MelvlnaWrlghtandHomer the put five General Conferences Dr. Jonathan. Jackson of Atlanta or two-year degree-granting rook ieitoBIB Killing Verdict Stirs JMOIS I
Johnson Huff Funeral Home Churches Of God of the Church and is a college minister and Institutions of the City Unlverslty -' '
la in charge of arrangements. leading candidate for the associate professor of religion 14 pet cent are attending CONTINUED-_ FROM-- -- PAGE----- 1-
Plans Big Revival bishopric of the church and philosophy at Clark College, private four-year colleges on Confcack OB the decision have national Implications
RCEI IELP1! Presiding elders of the wu one of the Instructors at substantial scholarships ,going to be able to live with this .

Rev Walter Jackson, State Virginia Conferencetllof the Southslde Methodist Church- This successful program 1s New RecordingNEW t hi D c." He continued, "She State Attorney T. Edward
LOVE Money Problems? Overseer of the Churches of will be on hand to assist in the this week. due to a number of factors not wants to get it off her mind.'< Austin said he wu "naturally
Let Me Help You .. God in Florida, 'will be conducting entertaining are: Rev RW. The occasion: wu the annual the least of which are smaller : ,YORK CITY What He went on to say that Mrs disappointed" with the shocking
Strictly CODf1dentiai.WAllSAIDE a District Revival at William Rev. J.M.Vlnson.Eer. Christian Enrichment School class sixes, community happens to a singer who turned Ferrell finds herself crying decision, unanimous by the
.
Dept. FS the Church of God Auditorium L.P. Herring and Rev DW. sponsored by 54 churches In involvement closer attention out more than 18 hit records and preying' aU the time Jury for complete freedom.
Boz&1HODCIebo.ch 1445 Steele Street February, Williams the Jacksonville District of to individual counselling and racking up over 15 million in Mayor Hans Ttnxler mayor Attorney Austin spoke ,commendable
Cape 8-19. The pastors and churches of He annual Florida Conference, Innovative curriculum Including sales who suddenly passes out, Jacksonville was reported u of State Attorney
South Africa Services nightly at 7:JO p.m. the area are as follows: Rev. of the United Methodist Church.' t cultural program to extend of the picture for a few years? "distressed" at the January Bernard Nachman who be felt'
Everyone is invited to come W.A. Page, Emanuel AME The school ended yesterday.The the background of the students If your name is Brook Benton 23 decision giving the white "did'n err j till.e within his-
and worship with us Church, Portsmouth, Vt; Rev. minister is a part-time and to train them for leisure- you make a comeback. man Us freedom. A statementto power to obtain a conviction."
CARDS OF miNKS Rev. Roosevelt Nestle"is host W.H. Bell First Trinity AME: professor religious education time activities Again, the And that's exactly what's happening the press by Mayor Tanzler, Nachman, during the periodof
pastor Church Norfolk, Va.: Rev F. at the Interdenomlnatlonal'lbe.ologlcal program is centered around with the possessor of was partly, to this effect "la cross-examination of Brad
The father of the family forever W. West, St. James AME : Center In Atlanta. He 'the self-concept theory, the a soft ballad voice who a few response to numerous inquiries ley who acting u his own
sleeps u loved ones left CARDS, OF THANKSThe Church Norfolk, Val; and Rev. holds degrees from Clark, humanistic and individualistic lyetrs ago packed :.wds Into. and public concern over the defense, said "He was
TR Spence, New Mt Olive Gammon TheologlcalSemlnary, found to be essential nlteclubs and theatres ,rom'Bostoo'
behind pine and weep the sound : .:_ approach so Bradley case, I must state that concerned about his wife. Yet
Los
friends of Mrs. Sctrrltt College aDd from the to teaching in deprived to Angeles. And when be said
I disappointed
of his laughter rings in our many .. am personally on the very night
ears, tilt fact that he's gone, Anna Bell Houston, president 1EU ESTATEW. School of Theology of Boston ,areas, vomen screamed when he sang at the verdict I feel that the One wu concerned about these
brings tears, in the arms of and founder of New Century University such favorites u "Just" A community in general is like things what was going on in
Jesus, find eternalrest,Thoughwe School and Kindergarten, 19th St 6 room home and ** ** Matter of Time, "BollWeevil" wise disappointed." his community be chooses togo
f. love you dearly, God loves president of the Missionary bath. $9,000 terms: 14 St. J HELP FIGHT CANCER! Baby' and "TbankTouPreu Further shock and concern :riding around and to a
you best. Society of Union Community i room house. Extra lot. $6,500cash among Negro leaders wore skating rink with a bunch of
The family of the late Rev AME Church vice president ; E. Mm St. 5 room home FOR MEN ANI IOMEN "Phony" Aretha NAACP Cronies Clash expressed by Urban League teenagers, leaving his wife at
E.W. Mainor, Sr., wishes to of Century Saving, Social and and garage $6,800 $300 down); Executive Director Clanzel borne alone. I say BradleJl-
thank each person, and group Charity Club vice presidentof Klbault Scenic Dr. I bedrm OF ALL Franklin ,CONTINUED FROM PAGE* 5 Brown when he said "Jack- wu bell bent for trouble that,
ACES Jail
for their acts of kindness following the Duval County Kindergarten home C/P fruit trees Corner Goes To to sonville the Bold New City of night and Bradley found it.

Rev. Mainor's demise. member of the FAC lot. $9,000; RJbault Scenic Dr; Take New IMPROVED NATURETABLETS ."Further'1be black according hu contributed Toole the Sooth, flunked its first test Attorney Nachman displayed
Special thanks to Pastor and community leader are very Very large bedrm.borne.A/C for that tired run CONTINUED FROM PAGE: 1onvlnced. much to this man country and this today hi,meting out Justice In the rifle Involved in the case

Weaver choirs ushers, sorry to learn of her accidentof bit In R/0.Corner lot$14.000. Mown r feeling thai keeps you from One is AUri'rtWright. is merely an organised, systematic the Hargett case, tt is shocking and asked the Jnry.two Negroes,'
{ deacons, deaconesses and District January 13, but happy to Other properties available Call 'enjoying life Jr, leader of the"Soul means of communicating : when Justice is not given to four whites, to "111 that in the.
28 Special thanks to Dr. know' she does not have any. Saturday nlte and all day SIiOOa,. )W,Tablets $3.00j; ZOO Tablets ockers": and the other is. h this information. cannot blacks in the courts that are year 1969uD valCountyFla..f
.
t Floyd, GJEO neighbors and broken limbs. Edna Y. Polite salesman, IS $800 $1.00 deposit on COD'S.: Reginald Pasteur) school conceive of Its designed to roprtaent all this is no longer the answer"
being illegal
friends\ Also Sammie Davis She is under the watchful care Coleman registered real estate EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES leader; unless white. students citizens. It is my opinion that The1 Florida Times-Union
LTD at Carter Funeral Home of Dr. Earl T. Collins at broker. 1922 Mehtrry Avenue. Dept FS, E937 N. BroadwaY According to the "singer"her excluded from such were Justice wu not given in the a lengthy editorial on January'

The family Methodist Hospital, Room 339. I .768-0441. Chicago, Illinois,60628 meals Included hamburgers This country is made programs.of such Hargett case." 25, deplored tile verdict The
W.W. Schell, chairman of the editorialist felt that "the
a day.
a variety of that
we
In spite of the criminality of should call people the resources GJEO"Inc., spoke out and said: 'Jury' believed that the shot:
the deal some said the ",n. of cultures.upon "It is disappointing when suctf wu fired in self defense or that
tertainer" was "pretty good'. many assaults against blacks can be at least did not believe that the
Wllklns' remarks drew fire
and LEARNING
EARNING
Miss Franklin will appeal In from Northwestern University .perPetrated by whites with defendant had been proven
Ocala on March 10 to testify. where James Turner said he Impunity. The prospects of guilty to the exclusion of any
racial harmony and tranquillty reasonable doubt..
Tickets for the other performance that'African
would scholar
as a
Boys & Girls Can Make Money are being r turnecr.'VETERANSII, argue studies are a valid and are unlikely u long u there The Bradley case, which WUpub1Icl.ucl
double standards clJust1c. America
are over, re-
area for academic
legitimate
.." salted from the April t.
Hundreds 01 Florida Star Newsboys V.discourse Hamilton Professor Roosevelt Charles Mr. Lee, in a statement, AId shooting ,of Bar I'tt on St.
"We det.esttblautJplca1lack. Augustine Road where he wu
challenged Willing to take the
) 4 !! sonville style, miscarriage of sitting on a bicycle talking with
matter to the courts""The
An EARNING From $t to $10.00 Weekly
J black studies Justice and will do everythingwe friends. Hargett, an Airman,
,
,. HI NINEY INN program can to see that some type wu slain, victim of a rifle
',' academic said Hamilton
And. LEARNING to do, business. ) ", Is ,of American-like Justice comesto shot. The bullet wu said to
FIR A 3 814 this Bold New City wlttbUck lave come from a passing car.
and white Ian Lee went to had been accused of
ONLY $351 DON Bradley
YOUNGSTERSI and
If you are smart .IEI1IIM, All HICK to emphasize that the case and firing a rifle shot from a

OPEN FOR ,INSPECTIONWestbrook I passing car op st. Anguslnte

( want to earn your' own money this' Js' the HUE IN LAKE LIT IELP IANTEI mood
Clr,S. 2326. Extra Lee, .in a part of
I BEAUTIFUL nice Bungalow. Tile bath, oak Wanted Rebar Estimator and his dispatch to the press, said.
,way .Ip A it. firs, 6 closets,sep diningrm, dataller excellent opportunity! "U they can't find anything
CARVER FINES! spacious kit. with tile drtlnbd. Must have thorough background the statutes to reopen this thing,
PARENTS! Your child may not need Laundry rm. and Ige screened !in both fields Send resume to the white community and the

J&ICIDIIRE, APPLIANCES porch High lot nicely landscaped Gulf Steel Corporation, 4156 'power structure will find the
with azaleas roses,etc. Park Street North,St Petersburg black community Is not going
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