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 Material Information
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 8, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
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lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00551
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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COUNCILWOMAN SINGLETON ibruary 13 at 7.30pmhoolcafetorlam.: pi'inclnal speaker .
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announced plus tor tot second stressed Importance of * .
Town Meeting sponsored by tot asking questions. Department .
Cpuntllroen of tat Consolidated beads will be present toanswefe
CpQt f Jacksonville. them. Councilmen at large will '

meeting will bt held at and be present Information.-and will offer advice NIXON RIGHTS MAN: 1


extended A citywide by Invitation CouncllwomanSingleton. has been :

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been extended to resident; !
of tot following precincts: Ie.Je. r
II, 51C, SM. 'IA, 78, 71. 7J, QUITS CLUBS
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listed.Other meeting buys been .

A Town Meeting will be held ., '""
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on March 9 to District (, with ".
Councilmaa Johnny Sander, iwmaker' i. Appointee Held
presiding. On March 16, District + Defines
SINGLETONtill 7's Oscar W. Taylor will -
COuc4LWOiLA11 hold a meeting. Councilwomaa M.4c MembersBiB With'
Woodstock Community Sally Haiku held a. most : Mack Power. Here "
Center 2829 West Bearer .inspiring meeting on January > Three
Uaits
Street, Sunday, February 9, at If at St. Thomas. Baptist Jlor TnskegeeansBarlem i. Ills
8:SO p.m. AU are Invited. .Church Rev. Neal pastor. WASHINGTON As of new
7U aeries of meetings Is Announcements will be made Congrtssman Adam report of January 29 Jerri
dealgned to be informative and as to further meetings.Citizens <::1&1&00'Po..n kept some Leonard, President Richard M.
beneficial to aU tot citizen art urged to contact tot City 8,000 person applauding hire Nixon's top civil rights lawyer
of Jacksonville. Mrs Singleton Coioctl a* to date and 1 iii- : ? this week u hi defined "Black severed, "quleU,", ties with
has emphasised the Importance locations. P, wer", suggested i'HennedyJullaa Ted 4c two-lily white organizations to
of this meeting, for It "relates '. Bond ticket fox Milwaukee.
to tut business of toe city." Attoriey Harris 1V7I and urged the purging ofUlICle lea y A 'J Last week it was revealed that
Mrs.Singleton and toe Council ". Toms and Aunt Jemi elMet h tee Leonard, who is a part of the
feel ,that much food can be mas" from the ranks of Negro all-white higher echelon of the
accomplished when cltliensand Takes OverNew Miss Earths M M. White abort, nationally-known humanitarian, leadership.! C rti Nixon regime, belonged to
leaders pioneer civic and social worker founder and director of tot re of the
get together .for a fJWack! Power is not anti-white l :lutes, one of them the mllraukee -
*a are riOWtsi to naiad
Earths White Nursing Home, received another and
common goalDepartment ufcjut u.exi'eptwhen, white people areantiblack Eaglet, which dared
Pest accolade when, u toe first woman to the history of the Jacksonville "
!heads represen- ,. till Coogra.... tmtSe Biv not allow a Black man to grace
talkies of departments, 'WAS.WGTOI1-For Jaycees, she was presented the Good Cltlxtnshlp Award explained. "We (Qleyoes'; donlfeller
their corridors
toeflrst niUe has tO except
outstanding cltltcM, members) '!me to history; perhaps for ,"lt:recognition .of. her outstanding PWPmunlty: service,!,,by >> to violence, nor do weJwl MoWtd ike title 4. perhaps, u an employe.
,'sf.koaammultyrgtpopswhave"given President Arnold.Trit Miss While has played and continues !v* to total non-violrue "
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r oth races,e Bla k .HH..u& Nationwide publicity wa*given.
,
atrq approval to toll MrvTai the"TMuTof'Ur'or'ifoyyai\ rMMtttyott to-tnr I rail of tlumdII glad Dltsb: tJ.:." 11 i to tha(#ct(that Leaur4beknget
ToTdivote* toff t' number' Of h ... .t 'JJ,
'Tht ,enterprises designed to help tot : .,1
ri't .
move. meetings art mlqae OM of tot nation's outstanding""'1 .: rI'fot'f totbeetdtgintlatlauLeonw! \ ;\ f'f'
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erprtrlCeIlt'WtIIdf&m-Qd; 1I1a 1rWtPs aanoal .
and historical In that toll Is JIo. '
; school of tow Howard University .' was expected to uestlolag4
tot first of tuck a program for ; to Washington birthday beneficences Celebration and contributions i* one of tM city'nationally ontstandlng known events' .,per, Wednesday of this week!t.U to

Attorney Patricia Harris;a .his relationships with a setup,
Jacksonville summa cum laudt graduate of A which' from the start, doe not
the INS class of Howard's countenance Negro mem
.College of Liberal Arts, has Duval County School; bership. '
Unionists Receive been .on tot university'staff Leonard has been chosen by
since September of 1961. At President Nixon to head tot
that time, Attorney Harris was Justice Department's civil
$2,500 Biis :Pay appointed ,Associate Dean of Board Seen Derelict to rights enforcement branch. Ht

The Indepeident Worker Student : comes from Wisconsin, the
Union of Florida woo a labor lire. Bart made history I state mad famous by Hubert I
board decision: the Bold New during tot .Jolll1.odctmJoIItra-) H. Humpu-: .
City toll week when Pref iden( .Uoa, when she was appointed! Rather belatedly Mr. Leonard
'John i: Kennedy prttented toe first Black woman to serve, In Remedying Faults CONGRESSMAN POWELL, "cut connections" with tot
$2.(00.00'la back pl1'to' four a* ambassador tamely to 11 Milwaukee Athletic Club. Ht
I bellevi* to total non-violenc ,
tmployes of me Timberland Laxembourg. Perle Mesta, also clipped relations with the
Products Company me. 'preceded Mr*. Harris. Clare Tit fate of four Duval County 'to ctrioaily overcrowded. to a damn fool" I prestigious Madison Club In'
TheN back pay awards re-, Booth Lace 1I'U. at one time, high schools hangs In tot This is an administrative Powell appeared at Tuskegea addition to that he earlier
suited.trom unfair labor ambassador to Italy. .balance I matter not a criticism of tot, Institute under till auspice of withdrew membership with tot
practices brought against tot The Iot lawyer assumed: Officials of toe powerful principal. Other"..""handi an Interim! Committee which Fraternal Order of Eagles
company by tot IWU for tot new duties on February. Tat. Florida Association of tot caps" should be handled by punned a variety of activities The Eagles Club and the
employ. attorney will succeed\ Attorney Southern Association of Colleges the Board of EdlJClDr for itudents remaining on Madison Club have been
Kennedy 'said that tot IWU Clarenct Clyde Ferguson, Jr., and Schools have madeit Frick alluded to a ""reflection campus for to interim between berated for their prejudicial
along' with otter' unions, recently resigned to accept a i plain that only one of five d mon dup-uaU problem tot first! and second semester. ''k attitudes. In 1953 the Madison
high schools to Duval Discussing "Black Power" at rot4weUtoUwN '
position at Rutgers University. Country *. Club caused considerable criticism
new Industry but
Insists encourages that they must a .Mr*. Harris was on leave.ofabsence hat a chance of being Dr. vrick'wu strong to hi", length Powell laid: "Black Mp/ ell trMh. wh.1l1t rejected a Jewish
blrwage and provide decent pay In 1965, tot first year accredited December., dUcattofactloa of tot school's Power meant black dignity... 7 treat Justice of the Wisconsin
working conditions.. of the ambassadorship, aid, to other Words student attending location aid said "It to It means black Is beautiful... C cat riding mates Supreme Court. Confirmation
returned to tot acuity in 19(7.. four other high\ school difficult to Imagine S more black power means w* want wb 2. ak was to the effect that the clubs
may not bt accepted to those undesirable site for a school." :full quality. Now!", have no Negro member J
college and universities which He mentioned toe presence of Powell called for more and Leonard, according to the j
C.omp.niesCharg hare tot highest standard of a large' wrecking company' new Negro leadership pointing gltoepe news, resigned j
accreditation except on a probationary across tot street. Dr. Frick' out but; there was "not a singleNegro Strangely enough, Leonard,''a 1
status. stressed the poor housing organization of any state legislator for 11 year,'
Graduates of four high schools condition of toe neighborhood.! meinlng" where Negroes were wasa supporter of a compromise .,' rt\
Triple Prices For in Duval County who,perchance,. Bt pointed out that till gymnasium to control He called on "young act that outlawed
might decide to enroll to Tale, floor to untreated, that white militants" to "come and .discrimination housing.Leonard's .
Harvard, Northwestern and In the original ceiling In totrtstrooms / follow us (Negroes). And why membership came
tot nt.tudlll.cholsol for boy and girl not,? Powell asked. "W have under tot outright criticism ofFather
Florida, stand a good chance of, is most unsatisfactory: and that ..aroecl1bl right. Groppi, militant white
Services Rendered, finding that their applications they were. removed after tot Interrupted frequently byapplause Catholic priest, of Milwaukee.

,- .- -. -;- mar bear tot notation. "eon-. occupation of tot building itself.' ;PowtUarged Negroes Another news report said that'it
Ungint upon." "to ;purge. our rank of the
'Dr. Frick" suggested tot to almost Impossible for a
CHICAGO (NPI) TIll rates area Ugh tothelranas 1 This sad state: of affair*rests,' remedying of this condition, Uncle Toms and Aunt Jemimas'that leader to avoid discrimination
Insurance Industry ha* been that they cannot afford to pay .
primarily on tilt doorsteps immediately. ire around us It 1*time because of toe structure
the power
accused.of'PCIai property premfams.Many. the citizens of Duval Country. Bt went on farther to note that us to be ruthless with our own setup in toe Wisconsin city.
owner' to lor-Income areas,' of these people areangry A part of It might be laid at window have been broken and people, Powell did, "time for
wnfle purporting to do Just. tot about having to pay double and tot doors of tot educators, not replaced. This to also trot us to stand up and point then Jackson Hits Sewer *
app I1tI. triple premiums just because 1 I tot supervisors tilt teachers. out regardless who they may
of Darnell-Cookmaa
the Insurance companies to they happen to be located to a. School OR
Eugene BlUer High School bt"Ht Charges And Asks
Davis Strut.
Three year,
accordance will a isderalf y. "high risk-aim, e cant to for considerable Singled out till NAACP l
to the
backed rttotoraact. plus,,"braberm 'Capping their annoyance, they. crltlci.m. :The school's elapsed according and nothing educator has been have. a* one of the Negro organizes For Quick Repeal
formtof .." of slam- not* that some of tot very physical condition drew strong dot toward which to controlled by
tot
area properties to Insure on homes compaales that rectifying What has been termed by some
are, remarks from Dr.. Herman situation at Butler. white "You cut take money .
an assigned risk bad*. taking1 them to the cleaner Frick of Florida State University. from somebody without bin /axons as unjust In the way of;
New Staotoo Charles&o
,
.This supposedly gives a breakto hart recently paraded a "1- .' High whistling and you got to obey sewer charges has resulted la

who low-lncosae couldn't gut property art Insurance owner bUUoa program." .for ilamrehabilitation. Dr.'Frick also visited'New appreciative** principal sod from, received Dr.Frick.Ht aa. his tune" till M-year-old CiBicil Qf Niiro W.... Gets complaints Among these from is local Mrs.citlxens.-Goers:; t'
out.
Stanton pointed
Puts and Rtteult congressman
otoerwlst: Several insarance competes ,,noted that till faculty and lout From Walls; who, to a Ittttr to
Graduate of toot school tot staff' lave mad Powell. who was recently Coffl.talfl'f Plus
Bat what 1* it to have announced that strong Councilmen Earl Johnson and,
happening, they are which do' not malataiaaccrtdltlv efforts toward allowed to reclaim his congressional - -- - ----
charged, to that tot compute making substantial Investment stralghtenlngthe AT'L.U'fTA'n.' Oscar Taylor with tht approval
status may find problem there. However Dr. seat after being fined College makes six national organisation I
of
are chargtoc: two and three /to ,low-lacom* areas. The i themselves to a state of equi, Frick emphasized that there and stripped In his 22 year of Scholarshlpprogramtstabltontd ,who art participating to Voters'President Sam Jones of the:
time tat normal insurance insurance. companies regard vocation.' 'art othei deficiencies'thai most ,seniority called for a Ted by Coca-Cola USA tot cooperative project. League and a* utn-
ber of the
rate to slum areas to defiance these tonstawnt* a* their Four schools Fletcher, For be overcome The school board Xunedy-Jallaa Bond! ticket la.Ins. last year' has bean expanded This new scholarship addition District Third Congressional"
of federal rites. eontrlbBtlotts to tot improve-j rut,Raines and Wolfton, were. met something about *****. ., Such a ticket; Powell to Include toe National Council will substantially increase till of toe Florida.Women's-
,; The extra premiuMs are meat of those areas. i accredited teat December. The bdldlignedspahaUThs'gymaulam said, would "for toe first time jf Negro Women, according to number!) of high school seniors Leagut wrote:
charged, regarfless of whether But, according to JI......' "Tour commltteebiutln', ?'
Tat only school cW'b1: must be'renovated.Wlaoat .' mood a Joiat announcement made eligible to receive financial
tot property ka* txperitteed. property tot insurance '" aocaocneytttiWiw power and should without delay-
owners ]Dr. FrUk with a possible Immediate attention to I fon recently by Miss Dorothy assistance for their college
Are loa or to MIX OIl scue ftompanie* art probably has recommend to tot Council asa f
getting had before.
of recent rioting.; back every peaay of Chair I| >is 'Faxon. Another with nrtiat. fact dlsacereditattoB -,, Bt said Negroes can expect Klvto Wall, manager of till A national winner will be **-. whole tot repeal cl tie 5n. .I
uy
Bailatiimea, chare ofgctoH livestmeat to tilt! akherpremium will be and to thai oo&ajro.1' "aothlag" from tot Nlxoa Market Development Department Itettd from tat'seaior sewer chugs- upon.the peep. a
If dteidt eater
Stock..... (jtiatto reddest .. ask to Administration.Rtftrrtag of this cltJ.",' ". A" _
rN the r. ; I j : v 1" tatter, sotBaera, u4 .orthtriictoolsaadtjiivtrsltto > Coca-Cola ISA nominated by tot local chanters ".I. .
to ;. *rta* an hart comet pay. ..:. t A prtoury criticism of Batter: .. f laths war to TM At addition of tot National of NCNW, and announced at tot 7WDc toss thai thatwotU

.1IIt.coatjtoteUTiat tetwaaet **** *'** ]1 lit* to to* fact,that"toecehool ", **.*** '' :aad lfaa,satlM'PovtU called"Ua"stld Council of Negro Tames to thekplnl convention' later this year.- .baaokscreaaad..... of yoexwell ''.1 ..( ...frljBtI' ..., .:
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THE CLAIMS OF TOMY"THE I mOllth a
reeommeDdecl establishment ot a degree-granting programAmerican la
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Negro studies
_) B7 September then, It II 1ltelywesdgtous that on. of the nation's most

universities will offer twill burseed t. III
Wackstadies. and Negro students OB !the
committee that recruits professors for the courses.
This' II an event that should prove to have far-reachtog

i ; ; IDI1 eDce'hi American higher education.M.-. OCher schools. have
already moved along slmUar
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IILIA lines, but the t r e n d-setting I' .
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Black people make "up more :f.r.'c", :\'
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population, and there isno "' ,

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blackUstory.Afrlcanhlstory '1\:.,
PNON 'and culture, and the literature .
sociology, and economics of the _t
'11.11'OffiCE 5111 nEe Black man in America. Degrees are granted in Far eastern
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hotel administration. Why not
studies, Russian studies, even ,
nilE 151.3111 then, a degree program dealing with this major aspect ot

American life? .
." 'SU,,>3SC&IPTIOY RATE hope/ that the Harvard announcement will lead other colleges
to start similar programs and also encourage greater efforts
ODe yea'i1Aaifau' : Tear;= '.'it"W1ed.TO You to recruit more Black students and to make the university more
relevant to their needs. It is vital that college administrators .
Anywhere In The United States ci1 listen more closely to the demands of Black students, and respond

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That a lot of people are'going to have to change j
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ltWhIO have to react to the meanings Inherent In Black demands, while
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 perhaps ignoring the abrasive and oftentimes rode manner In
ANSWER TO RISING CRIME IN BLACK COMMUNITIES I Iw which these demands are made. The suspicions and mistrust bf

J some Black students have led them, at times, to bury legitimate

.lrr.i..srss.isss.sssr.rsslsrilst1sIr..s. demands in language and actions that only get administrators
rrrssrisrers1MuaiiI
n.eq hopping mad. But that shouldn't be aa excuse to dray the Justice:
IYNDON JOHNSON'S RECORD of what is being asked for'
i YOUR WEEKLY A prime demand Is for recruitment of more Negro> students.It .
Lyndon Balnes Johnson's Presidential actions now be long to 1 Is shameful that large\ state ua1'eraitt.w& 20,000 students
history, and an enviable civil rights record he can claim to have will have only 400 Blacks. And it Is a galling example of
built up during his five years and 59 days u President and r'H' institutional racism when such universities say they can't
during his previous tenure as Senate majority leader and Vice find 'qualified" Blacks, or point with pride to.the fact: that.

President. I HOROSCOPE GUIDE they never had so many Blacks before.
Re, not hU virulent opponents among the white hippies and t'I The inferior education: given by most ghetto public schools
the Black extremists, was the real revolutionary, for be : and the poverty of most Black youngsters are barriers to their
replaced civil rights rhetoric wlt11lectsla.tlvuDd administrative getting into college. But means are readily available to identify;
action when he came Into political prominence.And e ; promising young men and women whose marks may be low but
]Jut what did be accomplish? By PAILd The ASTROLOGER whose potential high.Concentrated remedial courses,scholarship '
As Senate majority leader, he got the 1957 and 1960 Civil Bights i grants, and other means can be employed to increase the

Bills passed. They weren't particularly\ strong bills, but they .: Black college population.
paved the way toward more forceful legislation to come. ;1 Another often-misunderstood demand has been for social and
Then, as President, be shepherded the multi-faceted Civil .1 WHICH ARE 'YOUR., LUCKY, DAYS, ,.::', :: : cultural clubs for Black students. This really horrifies some
Rights Act of 1984 to passage. / people. "That's separatism", they say. But Catholic students
A year later, he got the Voting Rights Act passed, and In 1988, r rFyf.. i have the Newman Club, Jewish students have the Blllel Club,
he successfully promoted another Civil Rights Act, with strong = FOR, .' ,,j, and other ethnic and religious groups gather together too. A.
open-housing provisions. I healthy pluralism shouldn't be mistaken for separatism. What
It was President Johnson who Integrated the cabinet and the = t should be avoided however Is an autonomous Black unlveristy
UJS.1 Supreme Court.'And It was he who named scores of Blackpeople BUSINESSLOPETRAVELA1IEs system within the white university system.It .

President to offices Johnson which was had responsible been for whites for only.all the civil rights ...................................................-.-.-.-.-.--..-.-.-.--.-.-.-.JI, been is fighting gratifying for to become see some a reality.of the things But along Black with students these have successes '

legislation passed in.this country since Reconstruction Days. must come the realisation of the responsibility to more
And tbat'ee, sops, accomplishment--especially. when' one' ,'r .r*,", Into the mainstream that Black students must assume.
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considers Out! Johnson, who comes from Texas, did not become, ', t., IIJ'\R_ \) &; } CAiIICfr, i n Wej need Black experts Black history and urban: affairs, but
committed to lvS rights until the mid-1950s. ** IF' I". .' IJ ':1 21..ti-tJ'lI: I.J ,111..SP.T,. .ti. .P- 1I1..zlC;' ...**we*s sos ram Black mathematicians, physicists,
Southern '
At that time" Texas was as segregated as any other :
:aWenglneerr positions ofpreatlge
and And
state. Its state university was for whites only, the NAACP was 2111' ;"a'I'l.jltt' Jill HUE '221. 2Jrl I CT" ::21"1 {22ndJ. J JAI im, we have to have',Black graduates in business administration power.

put out of business in Texas by court order, and both Negroesand It takes wisdom With It is tempting. The things that lit costs. It's easy enough to It's 'your decision. Knowing, and economics to exploit the new I opportunities opening up in
Mexican-Americans suffered from 41Ica1m1aa.t1oa Imposed' divergent and powerful SOIDlD7 appeal to our desires are the .get into complications but often what It Is to pull themselves up the world of corporate power. Black collegians must realize
by state law or custom. Influences most difficult to resist. And- I(livery costly to get out of them. by their bootstraps,Capricorn- that their training has to enable them to take the keys of power
(Texas schools daring those days, had, not dual, but triple to brainwash unceasingly us Into operating their- they often are not what may be ,Before you become Involved- lane reserve the right to dispose that will unlock the closed doors Black people as a whole face

segregation: White, Negro, and Mexican-American. way of thinking It takes a considered in oar best anything of which you are not of their gains as they see .in our society.
No Texan until the 1950s wovld have Identified Lyndon pretty strong character to withstand .interests. Cancerlans: who have certain, it would be wiser to fit. U they wish to buy an old
Johnson as a champion o! civil rights. Serving In the U.s. Raised already established a set of think twice times it house and
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them. The mature and or more repair themselves, Telliif It Like It '
Representatives and Senate since the 1930s, Johnson usually independent Arlaa with a world values that are as solid as the need be. la the event that a or find ways to get It done at AI. ,
voted with other Southern legislators against civil rights Rock of Gibraltar will not be forthright answer is not ;modest rates this also -
coming Is
of experience to draw on has their The office ot the President of the United States has, by tradition
measures.But an excellent ,chance: of doing so easily swayed from their op, have a heart-to-heart talk :exclusive privilege. They know become a matter of
a four-year Whether
then, something happened Cynics would say It was Just plan. that Is good or"pot
higher purposes. But thosawho with someone whose Judgment 'what values rule
a and
that. Those areas ,
Just who have bad is bard to say. Administrations have
vacillated between
so much opportunism. That Johnson saw the wind was blowing the additional good fortune to are younger, more romantic; is sound and absolutely trust-' 'art not going to be sold a bill do-nothingness and effervescence I
toward racial advancement. or attracted to.any form of Worthy. There ls little doubt of shoddy goods on the claim'
be wed to rank
individualists
The new administration evaluate
must
its future thefourrear
to his tune does not on
But whatever caused Johnson change
chance-taking may be more about: Llbrans that if Is the latest
really matter. The main thing Is that be made action the keynote who believe nothing that they influenced to many being thing, or plan. Four years from now, there will be an inauguration -
easily give in. pushed bard by their emotions that Is
themselves everybody doing It.These
cannot .
of Us civil rights program,rather than philosophical observation, prove areeven We must begin, now, to decide within ourselveswhether
The cost in cash and/or or'
better off. By getting emotional Imaginations. These are the ,tactics may be tried, but to administration Is worth
any continuance. Our decisions
mindless Invective. :
demagoguery, or
for stability can be expectedto moments when they get themselves no avail on those who are
together frequent consultations must be met head-on
without
And therein lies a lesson for us all. What really counts Inlife high our equivocating.
but then
run fairly ,there entangled and mature and
but what not the high especially: In matters are/orced experienced enoughto Certainly, most vital is the facet of race relations. Many
Is, not what we say, we accomplish; that have to do with Is a price for everything: Including to ball themselves out at considerable assert themselves despitepressures.
finances beautiful
Ideals we proclaim, but the nitty-gritty actions we take. our greatest weak- cost.i60.13.6. .. names have come from the cocoon-Black Power-
The civil rights question today has largely degenerated a ,and social interests, the possibilities nesses. Soul Power, etc. Each name within Itself means something
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shooting match between whites of making costly ? .J7 C2S ;6 20 'l4 -,7-G5.418 Peaceful race relations will come only from peaceful Intentions.
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know what the next fellow Is hng8wrongEwhil convenientlyoverlooking mistakes are greatly 4-80.19-44, Between 1969 and 197Z, unless there is put forth the greatest
Is own actions. diminished If not removed altogether mon for happiness and Joy, there will be trouble. -

No administration should enter upon an agenda ot action, ot
em-zing S'- 70 ..15'. 22 -59.' 746 IIIIIIIS work,without giving due conslderattn to ail elements of national

had not been doing. MM JUT I SCMPIIMM MMM./ society. This is no longer the era of the so-called Black Cabinet.
He comUtted discrimination, ,not through anger and accusation 2tl .' The Back Door Cabinet died the proper death. We wonder why
but through the Integration of Us cabinet and the 2M 116. 22i. ICT.24tl FEI 1lk( there always arises the question of the Black man. We are sure

.S upr me Court,voting rights for Black Southerners, the legal THUS Co by the rules. Many persons that question cannot be answered by. any.administration U four
destruction of segregation Us .War on Poverty., and federal Shape the future.. When there.111 NIT. 22. are ladivlduaUsttc bat years.
action against housing bias. Illl Mill' Is something wrong in the house Remain'stolid.The way yon Aquarians can top the rest in However, the American Negro, through grace and legislation,
The Presidency provided Johnson the opportunity to right the 2lti .. NAT 2Kb or family, what do we generally ,feel and ,think is what should this respect. If they have chosen through legislation and the ballot, bas proved his JateatIcIIL Be
4 oatlon's racial wrongs- nd be took advantage of that opportunity. do? ,We try .and find out what set the pattern for the wholeriwrter a life or bua1aeaIputDerwllOl. will not falter henceforth. Be will fight for his rights He will
Show nothing. We place ourselves It Is; the better to plan and Is demand couIderat1oo. Be
Rather than Just contending with the"establishment"pe became no matter what comes personality equally powerful, will make his religion a strong force
the "establishment' and used It to accomplish his purposes. at a disadvantage when apply remedial measures. The to shake resolve later it can make for teamwork ot III tbI right d1recUOII. .
And Instead of meel1l1s1Dr revolutionary language, be revolutionized we allow others to see our same may be said of our private op Conservatives your glees and the sort that Is bard to beat. The Negro has always been in history Reserved the plantation'
the country by outlawing its racial evils disappointments; or to know lives and key associations. Wcaanot 1,0.procedures are sore.-flre in put when ,there Is a clash ot owner. The woman waited on and nursed the famlly'a progeny.
about our secret cares and .leave everything io aiding to achieve basic alms ,opinions '.., it can A Black was "*??' only proportion as be overlooked all his
weaknesses.There Is no telling chance which often only yon and future. result in a display of fireworksmat wants, prayed and gave God the glory.
HISTORY the
THIS WEEK IN NEGRO when the moment will arise operates when wo show .for present However 11
signs Transactions of a profitable is blinding but over in a DO period ell American history bas the Negro been
when these things will be turned of attempting. to help ourselves. "'character .be Dash. Be slow about reviving completely COIIplactaL:
had better
Feb. 7, 1787: The African Methodist Episcopal: Church began against ... The enlightened or Leos la general would do wen behind closed doors con-to goals mat have heretofore What does the future hold?
functioning In Philadelphia, under the leadership of founder experienced Taureans should be to, discover who has been remiss acted extract the greatest' yield proven to.be Illusory or .. ne Iou1IIentr fees that tilt latve'lIlDuch brighter than the
Richard Allen. convinced by now mat one has and where, and they.."ft. the least cost. Thelossofequanimity attainable, since nothing has put, because: tilt neat four pears will force the Black man to
to demonstrate strength and should be. reedy to lay the cemlllt b1s. rore..
/ also lead to happened meanwhile to change What has already ben inferred from tilt
Feb. 6, 1780: Birth of Lott Carey early Negro Baptist Misslonary self-conflcence to both the blame at the right door including loss ot face may which Is not !their character) lilt ell government can only be 1Iae4topDlb the Negro-the
to Africa from whom (he Lott Carey'Baptist Missionary rivals and allies alike In order their own. good a la anybody's vocabulary.I ,8 to -14 U'- 54. SZ3 Negro the UDC!.Toll,. till acherdoctersurge.-tatoacommon poor .
Convention named. to maintain a commanding
8 \ area of .
position.: Any slipup. to this 30178329.6'70CCIN : >t 70 .-17-. ,M 49 677IAsITTAIIIC Wt that, the
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Feb. 'I, 1850: Richard E. Moore, first Negro to receive a connection could Immediatelybring wW confer with the lea ,'''f1 militgd orpalsaUoll
commission u captain.In the Illinois National Guard, was born about a detrimental reaction TIM foresee the preacbtar 01 IIWtaat UIII prepare for tJdIle. We
actIOII'
In Brownsville, Pa.' His outfit later became the- famed Eighth. that could Imperil If not : PISCES 'nlOW bt" W. lit 00 tile put 011 tilt megaadsforty.
Infantry Regiment of the State's mlllUS.. negate entirely, the result IIS.2M 'l1Itre will be I tblcIIurcIICOllllDcto Ikh hoot U militant

.,that were expected.; '. SEPT. 22dDon't MM MIT. Mil. fEI.'II' fur tilt Black will mar great mere mere.g.lIP III tilt 1c0Mlll1

Feb. I, 1947: Sister Josephine Bakhita former slave from 40 -11.. .. .15-"n it. Sarcasm :r in. fits W. feel that, bet till year II
Darter, Sudan, died in Schlo, I small village In northern Italy. say or 23rd.IEC.. 21st America will CIIIIIIder b1s oYlf.IIIId: man I.
She had been taken to Italy by her former owner and was freed. critical remarks can come ', Dent be awned.: It is baste 'cI brotherhood and reletioneaip to..the Afrlsss. terms
through the Intercession of Pope Pins X In civil court. She la .easily to the Vlrgoaa tongue. Coordinate. woea the'heart In BBmaa nature to be trusting confer and dIY1II. aaderstaading The 'l1It Joel 1M ttM lugs will
now a candidate for beatification la the Roman Catholic Church. Even It they are deserved, the and mind arrive at the same but not always advantageous. have PYla hnim. what be Negro will MMa yule far these no
MMHHHIIT. recipients are not too apt to'tab conclusions, there is little that TOIl may be the recipient of twokinds lgtored. k1IJI >n tilt 1 deserves. MIl. no III" DOt
Feb. 9, 1906: Internationally-famous poet Paul Laurence Dim- them lying down. Now that can go wrong. But when one tugs ot counsel during this proc.// "
bar, died in Dayton, Ohio, at the age of 16. vou are armed with this vital this way and the other in aa quarter. One would be to hew. .j
21st, .. "Ji.fllsl: piece of knowledge,' orb op' opposite direction: Is when the I to the conservative Una and to World, N ws.Dins!
Feb. : your mind right at the star to stage for a prolonged session Invest m back .
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18J4: Joseph C. Price, orator-educator-fotmder ot or enterprises, .. .
Distance lends enchantment. count ten before you talk. This 'of worrying and fretting Is set NEGRO PRESS ",. .
,Livingston! College, Sallsbury,lI.C. (1179) was... that pay smaller returns at. ttTERNATBNAi. 4
Has it ever ,happened to you could go far to maintain peace This generally impairs good minimal risks. The other may

Feb. 11, 1929: Birth of opera star LeontyM Price, that when you are here you woaM la the family,neighborhood,and Judgment and lowers efficiency ,,urge you to take chances that ,
like to be there? And when you when you carry on your dally to the point where there really :could bring ia maximal galas

Feb. It, 1790.: Aatt-Aavary Memorhm signed 'by Benjamiartanklia. \; finally get there,' you wish you occupations. Should aa ink Is something to worry about,' ,'If you're lucky' Of course, the ,
were back here tt's an old,old; ; terestlng offer to buy or. sen' Sagtttariaas who formerly were decision U yours to make. The .

story. But, we suppose. this Is property come your way, take able to shrug off romaatie setbacks stars can only point out that the mm.
:Feb. 'U, lilt: Arkansas. 'Governor llIu.l.. Conway signed Into what keep ; the I world : gour It for under adYlIc.... Just bid' with ease are likely toas daager ot .loss U great aad.'
tar u act of the General Assembly expelling treed Negroes ,round ; and the travel agents'casih enough time to think It-over ( *', a more serious. view. of It yon cannot afford it, tteoeM
,,MabttoM from the Matt of Artasas..r registers ;r ingfng; and.dq some checking "up. ben at this point. be 'quite unwise to risk afl.SrWU.22.46m .

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bahlia Girden Circle Patricia AH Westoi Becoaus Qneen Of South While -
Mri. Russell Madison Duke Ellington Will lily Lodge i
Unit Plans Meet

Plus Aiuiversiry ,Wife Of ftsssell Edward 1..151. ,./\' 1 l':f<' .- Appear In Concert dneen of the South Chapter No. Will CelebrateLily

The Dahlia Garden Circle will '" 105, OES will meet Saturday,
iCtlebrata the twenty-nlntr: Mt. Ararat Baptist Church was for the bride's book. Among ., Breadth of repertoire enable February 11, at 9 p.m. in the White Lode *>. 211 will A
annlmsary February 13 at I the scent recently of an Impressive guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Y t Duke Ellington and his "Masonic Temple, 410 Broad celebrate Its anniversary tea ,
p.lI. at theGarden CtabCenter, Saturday twilight Jimmy Jackson and Mr. and 4? orchestra to play not merely Street, Third Floor room No. Sunday, February t, at I p.m., I IIn
U4. west 17th Street. wedding uniting la holy wedlock Mrs. Sylvester Turner of Orlando t C., J1t concerts, but all tods of 2. All members are asked to tie Acorn Community Center
All presidents oT tot Garden, Miss Patricia Ann Weston and Fla. t tuctlcos successfullyThey coma'prepared to pay tax. Among hose ippearlnjon: pro-
Circle and friends, u well u Private First Class RussellEdward Mrs. Alma H. Henry, mother play people's music for gram will be: Cats City Four
the public, are uwlted. Aa Madison. of the bride wore a rose pink QK all kinds of people. In concert Mary McCleodPTA Miss Valeria MUbory, Mrs.
impressive protnm bat beta Rev Dallas J. Graham,pastor ensemble suit with three-. < a halls and nightclubs, in hotels jElstt Sampson, Mrs. WJtUe M
planned. Ibe banquet committee of the church, officiated.The quarter sleeves. Mrs. Henry's t,.+ it and theatres, for proms and Shlggs, Mrs. Lucre Luatrk,,,
1 1ftulre.
J
r Frank Mrs. Loured
has planned to ,make this the bride wore a fitted gown attractive headpiece social occasions, la Elks and Plans MeetingThe Gilbert c
best of all celebrations. of silk hat de Sole, the bodice entirely !of baby pink net. t Moose clubs, for officers' aDdNCa. :I u
Queen B. Williams is Venice Mrs. Jessie Madison, mother + McLaod Belhune Rev. W L. GUnton of Mt,Ollve I
presi of which was of lace .." 7r dances, and outdoors at Mary
dent..Mrs. Gladys C. V a u g b t milled pearls. The neckline of the groom, wore a two-piece t;..... festivals and in folkparks. b Elementary School PTA will Baptist Church will be the !II
la chairman ot programs. Mrs. was scalloped and was bordered powder blue ensemble with ) .. short, wherever good music meet February 1) at ':30 p.m. principal speaker.All members ,
Gertrude Stafford, 1s banquet with Venice lace and seed three-quarter sleeves and a ; .Jij{ Is esteemed. In the school cafetorljm. are asked to pay. Fred Washington -
chairman. pearls. small baby blue bat,_the lattermatching Duke Ellington has won more All parents and teachers ar* is president.The .
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Hostesses will be IIm.s.bala An exquisite crown of Venice, the suit. r aisle polls than any other urged to be on time. Mrs M.. public is Ievlt4.Pallbearers
Fleming, Sidle Payne Louise lace with forward petals of the' Each of the mothers wore artist, Year after year,he takes Marts, district ptesldent of the Will
Maxwell and Albert Jwim, n>f., lace sparkled with miniature white carnation corsages. } top honors as bandleader arranger Florida Congress of PTA, will
pearls and stones. The tiered Miss Ann Huff and Miss Rose composer and pianist. be present to supervise or- Meet Feb. 12
St. John OES veil was of beautiful imported Sturges were hostesses.at the, ( His recording have won top ganl sat t o n and collaboration

Illation lace.' punchbowl awards In polls organised by with the Congress The Pallbearers Society No.
Chapter To Have Miss Sboryl Crawford was Following the reception Mr. "Jus" and "Jau Journal," The class with the largest 11 will meet Wednesday,Febraary -.
maid of honor and wore a and Mrs Madison left for their, the voters In each case consisting number of parents will keep 12, at 7:30 p.m. In Varlet
Valentine FeteSt..JoImCbapterNo.I54OES. beautiful winter green gown with honeymoon, after opening their of-internationally known the banner for the month. Mrs. Chapel AYE: Zion Church. J
off-white lace with a touch of many gifts in the home of the i.. critics. A.L. Prier Is president. Per Una Pugh Is president. I
dark green velvet ribbon. The bride's parents The Duke Ellington orchestra .
will sponsor a pr.-Valtlltlne headpiece was made of a light Mr. and Mrs Madison returned has been continuously active for
Tea Sunday February!, In thehome green net over a dark green to the' city and are. longer than any other of its kind WMBR
of Mrs Letha Thomas, velvet bow.Bridesmaids. residing here.Sorority. Miss Patricia Ann Weston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Leo Henrywas One writer has described it u PUsaNTI
MSI Mays Drive from 4 to were Miss LindaC. married to Private First Class Russell Edward Madison, "the most consistently creative
I p.m. Several medals will be Blount Miss Linda D. Henry LIYs'Grolldwork ton of Mr. and Mrs Sam Madison recently in a six o'clock enterprise jaas basever
seen. during the afternoon wear* and Miss Joyce Owens All wore .;aturda, ceremony in the, sanctuary of Mt. Ararat Baptist known.: It is unique for the i '
Ing. after-flT .du..... An apricot-colored gowns trimmed' Church Rev. Dallas J."Graham, pastor of the church, officiated. comparative stability of its
after-five dress will be given with off-white lace,with slightly For Photo by Weems personnel which Is considerably
away. Kit. Cirnella Wallace dark apricot velvet ribbons. t responsible for Its
Is Worthy Matron lllss Wattle Headpieces wore of light apricotnet Ntlloiol Negrot.History Week world-acclaimed excellence. 4r 1
Bennett is sponsor. over white roses. NAACP DriveZeta Harry Carrey, the poll-
The public Is irrited. Little Tonga Anita Brown was winning baritone saxophonist
the flower girl. Tonya la a Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Scheduled ly, :Semlsole Club, has been a member of the orchestra 1
Blossom
Pansy niece of the bride. The' Mrs. Mildred C. Bradham,. \ since 1927. Johnny /
youngster wore a white dress Grand Baslleus! plans to launch The regular monthly meetingof sources along these lines and Hodges, the peerless alto saxophonist -
Circle Meets lined in baby pink, apparent a mammoth national drive for the Seminole Culture Club, during the recent period. dating, Joined in 1928 and, tr
through the white material.The membership for the National will be held at the Haydon "baft to the 1920s. apart from a brief absence iq ? l
With Mrs. sleeves of the dress were long Association for the Advance- Burns Public Library, Saturday Posters and other printed the 1950s, has been a valued
Morgan and trimmed with lace of organdy -, ment of Colored People. February (, at 3:00: p.m. :material will be used. part of the saxophone section !
The Pansy Blossom Sewing with two small pink bows Chapters individual members The celebration of Negro r Along with the celebration of ever since. I
Circle will meet Thursday on each arm. The belt was of will be asked to take out National History Week will be local Negroes, the Coca-Cola Other veterans I from the early
evening In the home of Mrs. baby pink ribbon Tonya wore or renew memberships. observed by members from the Bottling Company has produceda years are Cootie Williams
Alice Morgan, 1134 Oakley pink stockings. Her headpiecewas There are more than 200 local level.The theme of Negro .. film, In cooperation with the (trumpet), Lawrence Brown
Street. Mrs Josephine Rober- of soft pink net over two chapters. The drive will History Week is "Changing the Association of Study of Negro (trombone: ), Jimmy Hamilton'
son 11 co-hostess.All membersare small, white roses culminate at the Fiftieth or African-American Image i.Life and History which will be' (clarinet and tenor saxophone\ ) t" el hrl
expected to be present. Master Bernard Dawson was Golden Jubilee anniversary Through History"., Members of shown during this discussion. joined in 1942 Russell Procopealto
Mrs. N. Brown 1s president. rug bearer He wore a white boule In August in 1970, In the club will bring information "The film, entitled, "Black ( saxophone and clarinet) in II
dinner coat and dark trousers. Washington D.C. gained through informative "Treasures", shows some of 1945 Cat Anderson (trumpet)
Mrs. Madison's brother was The national headquarters of the major collections of the In 1944, Paul Consalves (tenor DUKE ELLINGTON
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best man. Ushers were Messrs. the sorority is located at 1734 ** ,*** Negro as was.Pamphlets saxophone) in 1950 and Sam AND HIS WORLD FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
Frank Graham, Jethroa Madison New Hampshire Avenue Wash- Brenda Collins will be distributed.. Woodyard (drums) in 1954 '
Olive Schedules MeetThe (another brother of the ington. The organization has Distribution will be made of Tie way in which Duke Ellington JACKSONVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM I
groom), and Mr. Bill Rivers chapters In forty states and the Negro as Is, as a question displays the unique tonal WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19-8:30 P.M. t
A.L. Club of Mt. Olive The ushers were attired in in Liberia, West Africa. Marries PFC Polite naire. personalities of his stars I
AIm Church will meet Sunday, white dinner coats and dark Mrs, Mildred C. Bradham Other business of major individually and then blends I PRICES.4A03.002.00 I

February 9, in the home of trousers International Grand Baslleus., Mr. Cleveland Collins l and; importance will be discussed. them .tocether, in a superb TICKETS ON SAL AT AUDITORIUM AND DOWNTOWNriCKIT I
Mrs Mattie R. Sapp 12Z6 The best man wore a dark suit is Chief !of the Social Service Mrs Annie ColUn IIUIWUD! All members are asked to ensemble, has never been Of MCI' HEMMING PARK' ALSO AT THE COLISEUM .
Odessa Street at 4.SO p.m.Rev/ like that of the groom. Division of the Consolidated the marriage: of tlitv la'filer, please be present and on time.; successfully Imitated. IT RfStRV.TIONS.CCEPTED PHONE AUDITORIUM 154,2041Tkkrt w
Y. Benjamin Price Is pastor. Miss Barbara E.Brown,sister Children's Service Department Brenda Joyce to PrUali first ,Mrs. Alice Martin president BEAM THE UNMISTAKABLE sire. ArtlKrlMM Qr4rt Aiu,tri lll kt Milt.l kit-1.AMtMM.4 dock<..'W r.M mM B H.:.,:.J,>.-
Mrs., J., Jenkins is president. of the bride kept the guest list of Jacksonville Cuss Chii-Ijs Henry Polite. Mrs. D. Anderson, secretary. MAiUC 07 GENIUS .
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I East Florida And Bethany Baptist Association To New Berlin February 19 I




. Believe It Or Not Proaram Kev. Richardson Important Aaglas" Of Clwrch |


T-I ,listed For Mt. Sinai Baptist Back From Holy lands Preaches At Grant Work-- Will Be Givoa Priority I


I *Mt Sinai Baptist Church,Rev.B.J. Mrs Basis Bodongh. Memorial A.M.E. The East Florida and Bethany trict Senior Wo.'Del'lul1lary;
Lane, pastor will be they All districts are urged to to Baptist Association will bold Mrs. Carolyn Burney Junior
:scene: of a Believe It Or Not special guests. The contest Re*. F.D. Richardson, Sr., a one-day convention in new Women; Mrs. Mary K. RauUshers' .
y I program Sunday night February between Mrs. Louise Lane and associate minister of Grant Berlin on February 19. Onion; George Walker;
9, .beginning at 8 p.m. Rosen Lewis andlnei Williams Memorial AME Church will The St. Mark Missionary Baptist Lajnaaa's Brotherhood;' We.
I. Mrs. Elisa Sharp will serve will terminate. speak Sunday morning at 10:45 Church will be the host Patterson Sunday School Department .
I t as mistress of ceremonies and Mrs. Lucille Mote pruldeat a.m. Choir Mo. I and Usher Rev. B.B.'Hartley moderator, ; Alexander Beard
I will M Introduced by Mrs. of District No. Deacon Wilson Board Mo. 2 will give import. 'will call the convention to orderat BYPU Division; Mrs. Ruth
j Virginia Mack. Jessie Wilcox Is leader, The Sunday School will begin 10( '.m. Messengers! from :Bryant IIICI'oth.r Counselors
will give the observation. Greater Macedonia at 9.30 a.m. under direction various churches of the association Youth and Children's{ Depart
''Solos will be given by Mrs. ol A.V. Rose, superintendent. will conduct the ment.
J Vary Wlnsley Mrs. Lola Officers and teachers will devotional State heads win include Rev.
.'Bryant,. Mrs. Theresa Lock. Baptist MissionariesIn assist. Following the discussion or James Carl Sims, general
"wood, Joseph Long Deacon At 6.45 p.m. the pastor will 'the theme by aselected speaker president of the ,Progressive
AW. Wilkins, Deacon Willie Affair deliver tilt message from the Moderator Hartley will set forth Baptist Convention of Florida.
:Jones Mrs. Ella Singleton, Gala \theme "Our Heritage" Choir the enrollment period He will He, will also J represent the
Mrs foes Williams. Greater, Macedonia Baptist No. S and Usher Board Mo. twill also direct the completion of presidency of, the Natloaal
I Mrs. Juanita Shields will play Church's Senior Missionary assUt with the services.\ deferred business from the Baptist Convention of America.
>an IDltrumental.olo. Society wlUpresentamldwlnter AD are Invited. annual session and consider Mrs. H. B. Miller president
Rev, Lane will give the musical Sunday at 8.30 p.m. several new proposals for the of the Senior Women's Missionary
featured solo. Readings will be'IU'D Mrs. Rixle Cook and others Mt. Salem Baptist association's regular operational and Education Convention,
by Mrs Henrietta Childjrs -' will have charge of devotions. program.The auxiliary to the ProgressiveBaptist
;< Mrs. Holique Wilkins and Other participants will be: vice moderators will Convention, will give

Mrs. Mary Mallard, Mrs. ."foes Mlxon shown above, has Just returned from a thrilling, yet serious Journey to the Plans Appreciation assist with the sessionthrough-: outlines on the body's new
St. Paul A.M.EUsher Ardetrlce Peters,Mrs. Bernice Holy land. Mrs. Mlzoa saw the tomb,and is pictured In front of It here, stood and walked along out the day. The sermon will program under Its new leadership *
Bryant Mrs. Eunice Bailey the road on which Jesus bore His cross,talked with priests and rabbis, and. In fact, refreshed Program Sunday be delivered by a minister at will
Mrs. Dorothy Hammons, Miss 11 a.m. Other ministers lay Other leaders, who give
her memory of the times of Jesus Mrs. Mlxon spoke of Jerusalem as having been 'like
Board Will Meet Brenda Jamil, Miss Lena workers and choirs of the, various outlines on the program
heaven". The traveler also visited In Rome and In Paris Mt. Salem Baptist Church,
Delores Melton, Miss Gail 1281 West 22nd Street, will various churches will also will be: G.W. Scott; president
/Usher' Board No. 2 of St. Paul Hammonds, Mrs Annie participate on the program.The of the StateSunday School Convention -
feature 'an .ppreelltlon'prop'lDI
AME Church meets Sunday, Florence Walker and Miss Mrs. 'liez Mixes Tails ThrillsOf Willing Workers Sunday at 1 p.m. for afternoon activities will ; Mrs. L.C. Johnson,
February 9, at 4:30 p.m. at the Myrce Daniels. be centered around the Mission president of the State Ushers'
:''church.! M.C. Chambers is Mrs.. Emma Melton,chairman, Trig To Liri Of Jesus Christ t t\ Holiness Union Deacon church worker.Jack Green, faithful Board and tbeEducatlonBoard's Union; Issac: Jones president
lresldent Rev AC. Chandler asks that all turn in envelopesat midwinter reports. Rev. AJ. of the Layman's Brotherhood,
School at 9.30
1s pastor. Most Sunday Schoolteachers, I set"foot on the Holy Land at'" Sunday begins
the affair. with Superintendent lees Hughes and Rev. G.A. Price, State! Mri. G.C.: .Vaught*
.m.
church workers even Christmas time." Plans AnniversaryThe
Continuing, of
district chairmen, will be In president the National
The lesson
Scott In
ministers, have not bad theopportunity Mrs. Mlxon said, "I visited charge. Senior Women's Convention
to do what one of such historical and sacred Willing Workers Holiness topic vail be renewed by the key __ ,
::1I Jacksonville's church workers places as the Mounter Olives Union will hold Its thirteenth pastor. The morning davotlons The Inspirational address will present Information on the
i and anniversary In the main auditorium at 11 a.m. will be opened by and the district and state, as new program also.
accompllsaed r.c.ntlJtrip Mount the
Calvary, tomb
When only the national The days activities will close
well presidents'boor
I Y to the Holy Land. : enjoyed services la Bethlehem of the Pentesostal- the deacons. Usher Board No. as '
will do Mrs. Ines Mltoa returned on Christmas eve." Church of the First Born! 1831, 1 will.". all day. will be.in order duringthe with the evening services' at
al purest : recently from two-weeks'tour "Many persons were healed," West 23rd, between Gmnthal j Detcons Ocle WUbert and Jack afternoon 7.30pm. ,,
'81 of the sacred precincts of continued the traveler. and Pearce Streets, from Green will be In charge of the Pre-annual session plans will Mrs. Alberta Williams
0'// VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY Biblical Importance and when This thrill-packed tour con February 10 to February 14. evening devotion Both major be briefly given by Mrs. M.L. reporter. '
1'\ helpa rand...from prevent dinpirchnnpctodlaporth"n diaper interviewed at the FlorldaStar. tinued, with the travelers going All churches of this union will sermons will be given by the Johnson president of the Dis ** *

...with a said that such a' tour shouklb Into the Garden of Gethsemane have programs. The public Is pastor. On Monday night Choir
continuous film, provld- taken by all those working where they could:actual!) invited. Bishop Edward WhiteIs No. twill rehearse.On Tuesday '
+ Bishop Marian White night prayer meeting will be : CHURCH NEWS':
lt Ink a moi.turehieid. F In churches Interested In Bible reminisce over the knowledge pastor.
pecinlly formulated 'for history and of a more concrete gained by study la America Is founder. Elect Lady Alex featured. On Thursday night
complete purity. No wonder knowledge of the. doing of the then, tlllre, of a sudden, was' 'andar 1s vice president. Miss: Choir Mo. 1 will rehearse. Rev.
tI out of 10 mother Master. the great expanse of the famous Adrian 0, Simpson is .secre W.Q. Rogers Is pastor. Mrs. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Inslrt on j"ocnulnr'R This gracious lady planned for Jordan River. "I bathed my feet' Catherine! Sampson Is reporter. Sunday School begins at 1:45 a.m. with the superintendent, Mrs.
line' Petroleum Jelly. more than a year,after,through in the Jordan" said Mrs Leader Smith in charge. At 11:30: a.m. the morning service
You |wy u little mote thnn an,advertisement, readlngof Mlxon."It chilled my feet but. tary.Grant begins with devotional services led by Deacon Joseph McPhersonand
for other jelly..but brands of petroleum the tonf,' of Its costs and oUts not my soul," she said. III. Memorial Deacon Winston Ware. District No. 1 meets at 4 p.m. at the
p your Then there McPherson leader.Rev.H.Robinson is pastor.
huhy I. worth It! advantages. overcoming Then,* was the Upper; church. Deacon
some apprehension. to flying Room ,where Jesus held the Prayer meeting Tuesday night at 8 p.m.
through the upper air, Mrs. last supper "The spirit was' ,
Mlxon made up her mind, com- high,", .said Mrs. Mlxon. "I Has Founder's Tea A.IUCK AME ZION
pleted plans, and left believe everyone received a,' Sunday School begins at 9.30 a m. with SuperlntendentWillle' J.
Jacksonville one morning Sieurl'edInNnYorkCJtyjoIDtd 'using In that.service,".she Johnson in charge. The morning service begins at 11 .m. The
continued. 1:. Dr.a'AA. Joseph Reddick, ebalrmat.Mrs. evening service begins at 8 p.m. Tie pastor will deliver both
w the others of the group, white The tour, which took them to, pastor of Grant Memorial AME Pecola Hopkins will major sermons Sunday. The class meeting begins at 7 p,m. on
and Black American and Israel, also took them to Rome, Church' 927 Clay Street, has serve as mistress oft Tuesday. The choir will meet Wednesday at 7:30: p,m, for
'4 ,u French;' forV'leveb\ UF1tJp and Paris/ Mrs.: Mlxon said that i announced: the anooal}Fonndec'sb ?'!1'9 IennSt >crt l C'rebearsaLThe trustees are asking all memlerstobrlng, pledges
through the elements1* Y .. Mixon,a member at till gasted by the beauty of 'been Js a::ItIl SB:: c: atscc ;I-"sniBiiiaism:: zit{ zlio )
Church : of God at,Steels,and Mlchaagelo Hotel, by the Wi"'W""" "" \" Tta men's chohUochnrch BOISE TEMPLE CME tees JM j
JI Blue Streets/witt the Mewing friendliness of the people, and, will open the festivities Mrs. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am with Mrs. Births Griffin and
) of Bishop Roosevelt Beetle, by the ,feeling that seemed to r )'Frances Johnson// will give that teachers In charge. The morning worship will begin at 11 a.m.
pastor, arrived In Israel and. pervade I Rome. A' view of the prayer and read the Scriptures.Mrs. with the pastor In charge. The evening service begins at 5 p.m.
after a brief rest period eeloff everlasting mosaic*of the great. f; McQueen and Mrs. Harp Stewardess Board Mo. 1 will meet Sunday at 4 p.m. at the homeof
with the others' to "see the Micbangelo according to Mrs. will sing duet. A reading will Mr. and Mrs. James Storey,11 16 Oakley Mrs. Eva M. Gilbert
sights" Mixoa made the trip more. 'be given by Miss Beverly Is secretary Rev. D.A. McElvln Is pastor.
I _"My fondest 'drlllls"c&mi enjoyable. Then, there were ,i Bradley: Henry Shepherd will
true," said Mrs. Mlxon,,"whed the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel V i"t !it ;ii, !' sing. TfBERNACLE 8APTBT INSTITUTIONALThe

.....es.......r.......... ..M .tg.....Mfi..P....> the Golden Door and the "' : Introduce Mrs. Lucille the speaker Babes, 1Ii'will.. will be anniversary of the pastor Rev. Young and of the cb'urch,
ft hundred of churches nestling 1 c Sunday. BeY..ThoDlal Brown\ will speak in the morning
on bill tops and in valleys.Mrs. ,.lr Annie 11. Mclntosh. Mrs. Clara service. Rev E.R. Simpson and congregation of Zion Hope)
r. .. boo saw the VlaDolorosaand "iiT /' J. Wllkerson will sing. Miss t Baptist will be In charge. Sunday School begins 9.30: a.m. with
.. MARY ANN'SGOLDEN .. I stood in St. Peter's Square:., Joyce M. .Jordan, will give a Mrs. H. Solomon, superintendent charge. The lesson will be
.. Mrs. Mixoa was close to the reading\ ,Terry Baker will givean reviewed by Miss Vemessa Blunt. AU youth choirs and Usher
firing line" where troubles organ selection. Acknowledgements Board No. 2 will serve. The BTU begins at 6 p.m. All youth
FRIED CHICKEN E exists between Israel and will come from choirs will rehearse Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. The teachers'.
Jordan. She saw (be hill of MRS. CALLIE CONE Mrs. Mildred Green. The collection meeting will begin at 6:45: p.m. Prayer meeting begins at 7.30:
Golgotha and bad an opportunity appeal will be made by p.m.
9 from 4 to 6 pm.in:
February ,
1807 W. 45th STREET to visualize the Savior tryingto the church building. Mrs Agnes Brown and Mrs.
the hill.' Elisabeth Debase, EMAHCEL BAPTIST
drag a huge cross up
-5 Humorously Mrs. Mlxon said This tea, which Increasingly, Dr. A. JospehReddick,pastor, On Tuesday night the teachers'
Corner of 45th e Moncrief E attracts more guests, Is a, meeting 1s hell The prayer
prayer was essential before the feature of the church agenda. will make observations. meeting is also held at the usual hour with the pastor and
takeoff. However, once one isaccnstomed Mrs. Came ,J. tone Is this Hostesses will bet Mrs. Emma officers In charge. On Wednesday Choirs No. ,1 and No. J
PHONE 768-3141 E to problems of Stakes Miss Maggie. Kellom, rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. On Thursday noon prayer service.
flight in a Jet airliner, one' Mrs.PrlscUla Wilson and Mrs. Is held at the church The monthly conference will also be held.

N .. .'c, settles back and r..talDd even' Jeanette.. Scott. On Saturday the male chorus rehearses at ,:SO p.m. Sunday
PIECES ". enjoys a nap. She spoke of they! School begins at 9:30 a m with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon
E CHICKEN "' 05 = wonderful cuisine, both on then St.. Matthew Baptist, George Smith in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by anappoint.

.1 plane and in the hotels. ... Consecration takes place at 10:50 am. The morning
: Cole Slaw '- French Fries = Mrs.Mixon said she can never Usher ,Board worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons charge. Fellowship
< get over. the thrills of the trtp'and TeaSt. will be extended to all new members In the moraine worship.
'
Hot Rolls plus tax hopes to make another*! Lists Valentine Holy Communion begins. at 2.30 p.m. with thedeaconsin charge.
E .Journey to that area, refresh : Matthew1" Baptist Church Choirs 1(0. 1 and No. and Usher Boards No. 1 and Wo. t will
.tag her knowledge of the times I 1.'I'v M West 28th Street wm be serve Marian Carter and C.B.Fisher willbe charged music.
,, 'of Jesus. Mrs. Mlxon has been j of aa annual Valentine Tea
: oJ I scene
1 I encouraged by many to engagein ; ; sponsored on February 16 by COLOSSIANS BAPIST *
= 1/2 BUCKET 'CHICKEN a local lecture program here the .Usher Board No. I, at Sunday School begins at 9.30 a m. with the superintendent d nod
i .for those who have read about 4pm. teachers tacharge. The lesson will be reviewed by the snperiai : -,
E 9 PIECES 250 Jerusalem the Jericho Road. The tea win be held lD'the teDdeDt. TIlt morning worship begins at 11 ..m. The evening
'I Pontius Pilate, Mary, tilt: education building. worship at 8 p.m.Rev R.J.Cnwford,pastor, will deliver
plus tax disciples,' or even of Notre MMLFRAHCE3 MOORE Mr. ,W1l1J. F.. Dennis will, the sermons. The Sunday School will be celebrating annlver;
: 1/2 Pint Cole Slaw Hot Rolls I Dame St.. Peter's, the Arc de tTrlopphe year7! general chairmaaTlrs.Cone'will be speaker. She will be introduced isary on February 23: The Traveling Stars Gospel Sinters will
,'but have never seen .. to ably assisted by by Mrs. Elaine Kitchlng. live a propua at the church, 011 Ftbnarj 11. at 6 p.lI.,PraJ.r.
.
-...> liars. Frances J. Moore co- Miss Martha M. Williams will service will begin Tuesday at 7:30: p... '

1 BUCKET OF CHICKEN 5'I I :; III be Clark peat will soloist.serve as Mrs.mistress Rita GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST :
WHEN YOU AM -
\ : of ceremonies: Miss Bread. d Sunday 11 School begins at ':45 a.m. The mornlt( 1fDrlhlp begins
3. am with tilt
: dtacOlllID
., 15 PIECES But) will furnish music charge. TIlt sermon will be de-;
Brined
bJ the paator BTU begins at I
I ,Doctors Mrs Elsie Samson will be p.lI. The evening worship
You Seek
The Best begins at 77
;, 'IMS tax When Your Doctor ** dean of guests: Special guests .."Ie... .)1,11. The Good Shepherd Prayer Bud will give
Prescribe:
E
1/2 Pint Cole Slaw Hot Rosa r. Board; 1'(0. 1 wIU serve
Rolls;, get Experienced Pharmacists win be: Mrs. L. Obbs Choir rehearsal will 111 tIaroupogt.tbt' :
Wednesday
: \ ,, To Fill Prescriptions according -" Mrs. Rosa McQueen, Mrs. at 1H p.m.; .

j I .".+ We To the Your Only Doctor's The Best! Orders Q .liryUf Sams Julia ,Turner. Mrs., Mrs.Christine Virginia Siiwaires $Singers Alln .Cirlsfiii

Vt, PINT COLE SL W.-.................., .........25e. Drup. BLACK Campbell;:' Mrs.5 Chrlstlae '
; f C.E. Wort rs 'M it
.1 Mack, Mrs. Vernetta John, Will Be GiesisKlngsland s .
ProprietorS _
.... d. 'Mr*. Daisy Clayton,Mrs. ,
; ate M.. Brown, Mrs. Mary Go. O.I Fe.16/
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Mrs. Irene .
Bender-
i" :;<, MACARONI SALAD H PINT.............................,......;:..2s / -- i ioJ. : ', < Registered Pharmacists To Serve Tow Drlggns son,' Mrs. Ian Toombs,' Mrs. TIIt"L'.hri'lBaIr ", : be TIlt'CI Fellowship BoqrwUL

:.. I :. .' MACARONJ, SALAD- -. 1 PINT.........................;;........;....4Scr : -A COMPLETE l'c LINE orCOIIIt.tIc. i Minnie.Cook' _and Mrs.Alhertle.Mt : be and at the the Super Church Expresswill of Christ' Church held., at Franklin the Mt.and Oliver Plppia AME
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'; ; 1't .. : Tabor Usbw to Unity Sunday Str.tllj F'bnar1'lll1fp.m.
I .. Robti .' February 9,, .
Rev.
\ GoodsCandies. at 8 p... Rev. R.t. Lambert T.E. Bruce Is tbepastor.He

g" I ,r' .:., CALL FOR FAST SERVIC1": 1 .' f' ; ; ** Sundries L' .. '.- Board: 'Will Meet', .will be the.of main speaker. The 'All will leagues be the are guest expected speaker.to be

/ ': -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND Other Board Pao. 1 of ML. 'Bilyeralres Jacksonville will'be present and : time. Barry
', r t ;.1 : 768-3141 t I ...... The program win on
: DEUVERED1N Tabor Baptist Church will meet be sponsored by Mother Dora, Williams U conference president
ir ) I, Saturday night, February I U: :Scott. Elder A.C. ,tate
.gyp;' CORNER QF'45th AND MONCRIEF! : ,i i.,','' ; the home of Mrs: Bessie Lee J* Febmry Maddox 18 the.Is pastor.Divine .V '

\? .t' ', OPEN Monday thru Thursday! 11 .A.M.: To 9:30 P.M. ,.'... ,:,. Warren, 1177 West Urdttreet, Special and the Sun-RlseSlng-

; : 1"1;.;., Friday and Saturday 11 A.M.To .11 P.M. .' :' ;i : ? KIMS 111..3631271.: .All members are asked to .be ers 67uksonvflle will IIII in, EEOCFIGHTS .
The
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present. Bibh.ver..iki.gtss
i' ; CALL US FOR GROUP > t t :a battle of soap on tilt S per.
PARTIESukmmmmunmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmi( with "0". Mrs.
r ':/ 1;,: ,:::, .t I,,: -tift rS fc :. SJire, : :Is preside Rev.MellleMJam'HZ Ovef-r 'AaIocIl&a Express at Room toe ffnine- DI8CRIMWAT10N
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I Mound Bayou Miss., And Other Negro Cities Have Problems And Plans




I I Mixl.i Mir Teke Middle Curio FAMU Recruiters ConferPlacement Historic TOWRS Ewpfeasizo. NeedOf


t\, Work Aid Money For FetwUITCHELVILLE
Oi Hicks Alt' Their Preiren ,": ,
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\ d' "\:1': ,,1 J: \,\ h'l ) ;;, I Mill. That would make Bolivar
WASHINGTON' -CHPQ-Now concentration camps'built for '' ,: ,", (.> I\\. I I '\, ?I '''I ', *,I 'tt. 'Population' 527. County now the poorest In America.
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.that Richard 1C.. Macs Is thebutton's Blacks his admlnlstrtUoo \ ; ';' ; :
during ,, ;. t1 (: vlr' Negro History Week is Just Mayor Wesley Llddell, 81,
President what's he -.but neither will all Blacks I .. I ", ;,' .. ,'; \ \ around the eorDlr-rebrU1J'7 owner of a gasoline station,
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going to do for Black people\ be siddenly catapulted Into ,. ,I1.j .a" 1 ,, i' 9 to February 13. It Is during however, said therehsa bees
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The answers range from the Into overnight prosperity. ; ""It' y. that week that considerable a pickup in employment.
obscene to the sublime. Bat U anything Inert win be -..: ''i .'., .. II'".,'J"'; I tress Is placed upon the Black Poverty Jobs came la. Therj
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only Nixon himself can deckle certain nndramatic economic 'I "":N' ., I 'I \ \ man, hit contributions to are no unemployable; .
ju4 what be will do.To and social advancements for culture; his advancement, his In northern Michigan Is Jd1 -
some, Nixon's "Black Blacks or 'Iomt >possible> history In the maelstrom of wlld.Mlch. An Influential -
c t1al1am" slogan a portent setbacks during his administration. attain. citizen Is Mrs. Simmons; Mrs. tt'
of golden en for Negroes. To ? i f.g iIfL Certainly a great part of that Simmons dislikes black supr/ }
others "Black capitalism" is A restless nation of high STS h i 'I 1.\ I I history lies 111 the establlshmentand macy movements. The, f
but a pacification program to expectations does : I. ,; maintenance of actual population Is 400. Whites ate, 1
Many ,
keep the Black masses quiet. that way however. 'r ,), \ ..all-Negro towns, towns with no welcome. There art 105 child-
Somewhere IB between Is what citizens view their President if, 1 whites about. There are, It Is ren. They attend school win
."Black capitalism" Is likely either u an agent of sinister t :" :. true, many so-called all-white whites In nearby Baldwin.There.
to turn out to be.Before repression or a source from ( .:' I. '1. ':" .' towns. Then are also those is no Integrated PTA.
Nixon took office Ii whom all blessings flow. 1 ," '{"" \\I""I ."" ''I .(" ''' aQ-whlte towns which have, at; Kinloch, Mo., Is another town.
was warned by some that be To the Black Liberation Alliance r w' 'T: .. 1'' least one family In the small It is situated northwest of St.
Would throw the country Into Nixon's programs aim t I ., number of white residents. Louis. Its population of 8,000!
a depression-and it was pre1 at dividing up the Black community : I History tells us that Mound mates It the largest It has
1 dieted' by others that he would in an effort "to supportand :;.. Bayou, Miss, is the oldest Its own police and fire departments
.' prodace more economic combat any revolutionary all-Negro town. Black Power ADd .lCbQOl. :There are
pbundance..tt activity. has reigned for 81 years. There no suburban shopping centers
was charged that Nixon On the other hand, Hobson' : ". art problems for the 2,000 no parks, no playgrounds. Tile
\\rW- U J/C
.favored a program that would Reynolds president of the l inhabitants, problems of employment supermarket and the furniture
pit thousands of Black Negro Ells organization,quotes BWMI Director C.C. Cunningham (c)discusses the Davis state coordinator of Kconosale Opportunity; Otis Motley, ilninci; and general store are owned by' whites; I
:people out of work men effort Nixon as saying\ he Is "goingto recruiting schedule with four Florida AIM University graduateswho instructor, Bureau of Prisons, Federal Correctional Insltute; problems.A There are several government
.to slow down inflation-and It do more for the underprivileged returned to their alma mater to recruit FAMU students C.C. Cunningham, Nathaniel P11atttper.ODIIIlatamqlptcta.Ult" leader In Mound Bayou Is buildings and few luxurious
Wu also noted that Nixon supported and more for the Negro during the Seventh Annual Career Day Convocation. FAMl Kennedy Space Center and Joel D. Mathls, Army-Missile1: President Herman Johnson of homes.
the development of Black than any other President has graduates and the firms they represent are: from left, L.V. Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala. FAMU Photo the Investment Corporation and Mrs. Julia Ann Boyd, a lea delr"i

,business, which would employ ever done. an alderman. Johnson, 38, believes and official at the lUoloch
,'more Black people. Reynolds also reports "tiat- .Stem AnnulChiM's that Black Power implies Gateway Center, OEO, enjoys (
'jbe' DlW President Is likely Nixon has hinted about the FAMU Music Head HO'noredF money power. He says that the fact that there Is black ti

to..do something In between appointment of several Negroes ''''': ''' ,"", }.. .- -:- ..,, ;.. .,. ....... 'bulclll,,power.1. valuable in leadership. i.
1 I mining the country and making to high-level positions.Just .' : >" "' look the matter of politics. If A young town is Howardvllle
: : \
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It a paradise. The question, what win Nixon actually {. :Negroes are In the majority Miss., Just 15 years of age,
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then;'Is not what startling re- do? He can't both oppress Black : 'j't; : "" ; I In Try Aiimced they should ran the local organized by Travis Howard,
forma be will. make but what .people and give them a better \ : ,' f ; : ": t government, If not, they should a retired school principal.
i' fin-between" action he will deal. Something In between the J i The second annualcompetltion be represented la government. There are 190 residents.Thereis
irewill extremes Is likely to. be his 4 for original children's book This deep Mississippi city was no Industry.In .\
be founded In 1887 former Hobson J.R. Strlplin
probably no program.. ., manuscripts by Afro-American by City,
slaves. Machinery in the past is mayor. Mayor Strlplin feels
writers has been announced by
.1,170,431 Neiroes lettered the Council on Interracial Books years has made great Inroad that the city is on the verge
I for Children. on employment. In 1960 theme of a step, up. A new town
median annual income was council replaces the oldsters. I
Deadline for submission of
Ii 191 Dirtsi NAACP's DriveNEW' manuscripts, is September 1, shown at $900. It may be less CONTINUED ON PACE 10 I

1969. The contest is onlyto
open
1968
YORK
Daring ,
Ucn. writers who have hitherto
the :NAACP registered 1,170,
UliDd1I4ua11eP'OI' in voter field offices, travel expenses not published children's books.
registration campaigns and printing.. Of this amount The winners will be announcedIn .
conducted In 120 areas In 29 1238,658.01 was provided by the AllPrises Soothing relief for
states; Executive Director Roj the NAACP Itself. The Southern of 1500.00 each will be
Wilkins said In his report to Regional Council made .y awarded for manuscripts in hard-working hands:
tin Association's 60th annual grants to individual NAACP three age groups: the three to VASELINE PETROLEUM JEllY. For hands 10
corporate meeting, January IS. branches in the amount of $79, s six category, seven to eleven, rough, eo chapped they actually hurt.
Be cited the work of John 815.00. 4 and twelve to sixteen.Judges Soothes and lofUni. '
Brooks and W.C. Patton, In his report to the executive in the contest will be Urn providee that a
NAACP voter registration and director, Patton noted that a group of Afro-American against
voter education specialists. Negroes "are manifesting writers whose names.. will. be than watery
TIM perennial NAACP' campaign creasing interest" in the votingprocess 0 announced later'Contestants 'lotions, continuoulIii"

to see that all qualified and "their participation Dr. WWIam P. Foster (c) director of bands and bead of the department of music at Florida should write for Petroleum a little
Negroes are registered to vote is on the upsurge." In the AIM University was honored >.recently by the City of Tallahassee with a proclamation hit! entry blanks tot Council on other ,
has.become the single largest. 'S out h *rtlone 'there ;.ere., honor; Ronald IfehWQsttX director jffort d its kind In tilt country' ,': .elected Negro omctall.wb owe as'Dt., Festerirttli\"d"dohpt -MtutWn.nloolliig on U Mr.WlU.lam; Malloy: ;president of the:* Street, NeZjprk, NTh,1Q016. hands are "...1'I
Cells for. maintaining their posts to the upsurge. at local Chatnbdr'o. C'otlulletbe/ ) *' .** "s' .'* ."r >".f r 4:* .. ". I. ,of" .. I
of the r
represent one .
program the polls;' I. I
major, Items 'on the annual "There was a time when Negro .
budget. candidates were harassed, Intimldated -, Hack ,,kernel DlwUr "flints TiNeed Hifrcib ate:75cLPr.csuis..e$2"
Last year, the.NAACP and and threatened with LOBBY URGED
jUs.} branches spent'a..total of violence," Patton said, "but For Stress On Sfbtlfis[ ,
today; this seems to be almost : :WASHINGTON (,NPl)-'An
Colt Tito Displays a thing of the put" with the ""Television has to start are are of black Involvement; independent cltlsens' ,lobby to
exceptions of certain "very proposing viable solutions, economics, politics, and community end hunger and malnutrition In LEAN lirhrlif.
0)) remote rural areas of Alabama: rather than Just defining problems control. the nation has been urged by
I laportmee Negro Georgia Florida, Louisiana, ," remarks Lou Potter, "Black Journal" was originally outgoing Agriculture Secretary broil Now
Mississippi, and North; executive director of NET'S- conceived by NET'S public Orville L.. Freeman. "Failure' ,
ii 'US. History Carolina" monthly series "Black affairs programming' depart- In this session of Congress to NEWJCLA&
In fostering 1968 registration Journal." ment. Before the assassination obtain adequate funds for food .A" STARTS.)

A film, developed by the Coca- campaign, it is estimated "This, I think, Is cneof the of Martin., Luther King, NET stamps, let along the inability EACH MQKpAY t
Cola Bottling Company, In that the NAACP used well over lasting positive benefits that had been planning a major to carry through the drive to Jickstivilltlirbfti !
cooperation with the Association eight million pieces of litera can come out of 'Black program on the cities Then extend the food stamp program .
for the Study' of NegroLife ture. Some of the brochures Journal,' that we will have put the death of Dr. King brought without limitations, demonstrates f ,
and History, was shown were so effe'ctlve in their before the public ways that will an early, bitter summer. the weakness of public CflUff "' i
to''several' principals, social presentation that labor unions lead to some kind of solution." What resulted was Instead to support at crucial periods,". :' ::
studies teachers and clttsensTuesday. and both civic and religious Potter, speaking at a recent CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 he said. 630 PAVE STREET .'e
groups used the materials. In "Black Journal" press conference '3SS-9874: r 1
The* group unanimously 'at least one Instance, that of 1 a New York, cited a SEAFOOD CENTER .
praised the presentation: They New York City the municipal recent segment on consumer I
Recommend Its use as a classroom administration requested co-operatives In Southern i
lid in the, fetching of quantities of bumper stickers Louisiana which has served asa <6N MYRTIF AVE PH EM I46HMIIMMTIATETI 't :

Negro history. prepared by the NAACP. model for maay groups around '
This film II'tllUt1ed "BlackTreaaures" the country..* Spec le Trout ..:..... 69e lb.

and shows some HIM! Gets "If people in this country don't OYSTERS Introducing craftsmanship ;

of.the major collections of know what poor people are by I eI.25 Plel % Pint 69' t4 Pint $9" $1.50 Pint ; 'i
Negro history in schools, now, then our continuing to "
tar ttewleg Fryleg Fsr
Sp.cI.llook ForKentucky Itewing FryIg.ptvr.I
colleges and In special libraries show them is not going to get you can taste. 1 1I
in several cities.' It also it through any faster." tiberee. M.yp.n BARGE
show the need for people Ball U's Study Keeping this goal la mind, SH RIMP j"i ''MEDIUM FANCY Lb.1.S0 .
...... Lb.l.2i.eucOw
ethnic groups ot know -the "Black Journal" will next offer i Benchmark .
Bourbon isn't something
history of the Negro American. ATLANTA Miami is one a special perspective on 19(9, r. .. ,
Elwood F. Crews, youth of several metropolitan) areas "The way tt strikes black AAtACM/c04AtA IHIU UMmID AMCMlNfOYSTERS t special just because Seagram/ puts their rI
jnarket representative of the in the Southeast which will get America", according to ".". $550 \ '.;., I name on It. :, ,;
Jacksonville COJIIIIU1.atrtllldtIIf. special emphasis in a two-year executive producer William ,'f f It'because the distillers, scientists < ,

rains of the film for Negro study now of under Kentucky., by of the the Greaves. RED BASS ................................... 53e u. ;f .' t coopers, tasters and all the other artisans : ,
History Week, February 9 to University LeRoi' Jones, Kathleen who make Benchmark still believe In >": ;;
15. The theme of Negro History obstacles to employment of Cleaver Ron Karengs, Elijah 'ROE SHADMACKERAL values with old American them "
an to
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Wtekr this year Is "Changing Negroes In the Southeast, according M aba m m e d, Jimmy Brown,' ; ,
the African-American Image to William Norwood, Andrew Young, and Claude '49 0 iA Values like qualitydedicationvisionrespect -
Through History." regional manpower administrator Brown will appear. WHITING ............................. Lb. ;", ; for one's craft.
Present at the snowing were U.s. Department of Labor The remarks art often bitter : They expected a lot from themselves. '

Charto D. Brooks, NfwStantoa here. and occasionally threatening, And they got l it., I
Senior High; Wish Portee, The two-year project, tot the prevailing mood is one. ... ........... ............ I J
Florida Tlmes-ttilon, Rer. conducted by the university'sResearch reflected In Potter's own statement .
Fred:.Williams, Mrs. Ethel Foundation, will be : a desire 'for, and ci TI 'TI'. ti, i III i iI. Measure Beiachmark-Seagram'Bourbon against Premium it.I .Bourbon.. ,{ I
at overall of
flUMcXlmiey, BaJf0r4 Brown. looking patterns coatIdtDCt.1n. self-help (or in your I
?rat Mrs Grace Payne West Job opportunities la order to', tilt ,wordl of Karenga: "self- I I4 Ij
Mrs: Costs! 0. Jones, Mrs. develop the facts needed for determination, self-respect., ., !I. LOW PRICE iI
Evelyn D.' Wright.- George B. improving the economic situation and ..ar..,...").

Dents Hairs ,Matthew' Pster Oltvtt J ClfcerL; Willis Ben Southern Negroes. The program carters on three DRUG STOlE NEEDS i iI' ..:. >, '''i. ./. ',' .

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Bean salad; Can pe Any jjcuiv ;

Dates Make .For Something Cool 'i'; .AMERICAN FAMILIES. WAKE UPI

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Cabbage Soup:: Supreme f Fish for breakfast? Why not? Crispy delicious fish, sticks ,I
;i j \ J 'r Fish ,has long been a breakfast .and steaks are available stow in I k ka
cooked, breaded conven-' ,
staple in European countries already q r
Wintertime It soup time, no the home economists'at the Bordo ., and\ along the American sea fence forms from Booth Fisheries I
matter how you look at It. When Products Company processors Itj-' oasu. 'the world's largest producer and d I
the cold winds begin to howl and. packer of Imported pitted j': processor of frozen fish. :The
found
and the snow spills out of the and diced dates. The following. \ .' : Today fish can Se on housewife pops them into'a preheated
heavens making boots more I is their recipe for Cabbage Soup. ,": breakfast tables In ham-and-egg oven when she puts the I
necessity thin a fashion item you 1 Supreme truly hearty.bot winter k Vf'r strongholds, from Phoenix coffee on and she won't have to
just know soup will be an appre soup that will take thechill, Arizona to Detroit, Michigan- check them'' until her family is Y !
? It tastes good
ciated addition to any meal! off any stormy day and farm your. :. reasons up and at the table.
knows
But once you've run the famil stomach with all its beef vege i v 4nd today's homemaker Here are .some simple breakfast .r
Ism chicken soup/tomato soup table and date goodness.For !fish is rich in vitamins mineral serving suggestions to give

gamut into the ground where 10 servings,''you'li 'need. : and proteins while containing., the whole family that "Top of the 1? a
do you' turn for inspiration? 2 pounds bf chuck : '.: :;few calories: and saturated fats Morning*,feeling' J
Here1) one fascinating idea from 1 lorge onion,'.llcad! f Health' conscious American:: JWfJ\STEAK AND EGGS: .vl ,4 .
) quarto wo'er 'housewives know more about Heat package Booth PrecookedFish

**** 3 pounds cobbogt, shredded.. .'nutrition today than ever before. Steaks as directed. Top eachservingwitbcreamed.hardcooked '
2 S-oi. cons tomotoci They are anxious to serve their : "
.tobleipooftt l.mOllI'c.| !' husbands and children delicious egg- : .'
FREEZER TIP H cup sugar .* I I meals. But they are just-as concerned FISH TT1cKCRAMBLEiHeat ; i'

') tcatpoon toll about health. factors. 'package' Booth French ,,
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.%' tlO'peIOn'pepper, t Fried Fish Sticks as .directed.Make.cjambled '
>k In her search for an appealing' ;
and''baked .
meat 1, B-oi. Bordo ,
Marking package Imported
and healthful (breakfast for her eggs with I can : : ,
goods for freezer? To avoid ,diced dates i ,
your condensed' ,cheese .
famjly,4he American housewife., ., ,, soup. Top .
confusion label each parcel 4 Place he( meat and the onion In' has discovered fish.:' eggs with ,2 or 3 fish slicks. .'Make"
bean salad be made wlthatmoat any bean it
A
carefully '- naming (the contents large Add water CM
of the package the weight (if it's saucepan.. with a mixture of green and waX beans. Conrxt a bean salad
and'I '
bring to boil. Simmer for ,
., I with kidney beam or with chick peas'or UM a mixture) of three or
meat), the date it was frozen and hours: v I 1 four bean. One really bean salad ii this onemade
e ilk 'approximate storage .life. A Add cabbage, tomatoes, lemon For lomethlng cool, tempting, and refreshing serve Coffee Peach Fish Calls For Tartlr.Sauce with canned beam dve-\trct\ Italian dressing I such .4a.
porous point pen such as Flair juice, sugar salt and pepper Frappe Instant Santa Coffee provldad the bare .for thU creamy, Hellmann'a or Beat, Food True Italian dressing,
by Paper .Mate,,, marks clearly Cook one half hour longer peach and, coffee flavor dessert drink. wr tnvut 'wd.ror Eair Bean Salad
and neatly. You could get completely Courtesy: Instant Sanka CoOeeTi: v. G 7 Wsq'' rpl ; r (1-pound,ounce) can 1 tablespoon chopped green
organized with a color Add I Bordo imported diced chick pets pepper r. ,
date and cook another half hour. k ly 1 (1-pound) can green or 1 chopped
code a red Flair pen marks If pimento \
waxed beans, drained .
More sugar and lemon PEACH FRAPPE A .1
COFFEE
meats and poultry Items blue juice 1 tablespoon chopped 3 4 cup Hellmann's True ,
tables pies'and cakes. Black may be added to taste. .I scallions Italian dressing
Flairs could designate breads 'Serve and be satisfied that your Special party In the works? 'It's so easy to call upon coffee. 2 radishes, sliced '
and muffins and perhaps green family Is getting a meal in I bowl That usually calls for something for the beverage base. Instant Combine beans, scalltons, pepper and pimientO In me
porous point pens could be your that will keep them going happy special to drink.Something decaffeinated coffee is an Ideal dium-size bowl. Pour dressing over vegetables and marinate in
hume-puckuged ,vegetable, 'It's 'and healthfully'even on the frost- cool, refreshing, and perhapsa coffee to use for this base since just refrigerator before serving.at least:80 Serve minutes plain or or longer on lettuce desired leaves.:Add Makes radishes 4 4'
a 'good way to freeze with ease lest day"in February little different It can be sir ted day or night: salad serving or a appetizer! servings.: Not: Us chick peas I in :
with no "It keeps me avakt" combination with given beans and kidney beans In combination
problems.The with waxed beam, I
EDGEWOODYE. convenience and good
/ coffee flavor of Instant Sanka: Tea Bread Good with Coffee, Milk, Too

I .TORE Coffee are boon tp the hostess The tea loaf of yesterday makes a come back but seldom make I
who likes to'please her guests it to tea Children like It as an afternoon snack with milk, or for>
OPEN J8KDW9J.M. and have reqiests for repeats,: supper It's good with coffee, -good anytime The Orange Tea
Coffee Peach Fra.ppeadel1&ht.. Bread Is especially flavorful when made with fresh orange juice

S till combination of flavors,'
S U PER, 'M A.R K'E TO blended together into creamy,

frothy, guest-worthy beverage,'' nr ,, ss ri
la ideal for something cool to
serve over crushed ice with an' We can thank the French for the Invention of Tartar sauce-
,WESTERN CENTE CUT ice cream topping.This creamy' the mayonnaise-based sauce that is nearly always served with 1
Is ideal with this Marinated Pan,Fried
PORK CHOPS peach and coffee flavor dessert\ fish and Fish. )
drink will ,be the hit ,of any Marinated Pan Fried Fish'
party. % cup Mazola corn oil Vt teaspoon peppfr1A BAOrengr
i \ t cup tarragon vinegar 1 bay leaf
Tee Breed
f..tolJ i 1 teaspoon salt 1 ((1-pound) package frozen I :,
COFFEE PEACH FRAPPE Worcestershire fillets1sauoe 2% cups sifted flour / ;<
.3 tablespoons tlnstant decaa''etttatedcottee ,: ) teaspoon "** Flflsh ,1 cup sugar. '4 cup orange juice "
Y ,' "t* oil 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 tablespoon grated ot'angp:
i ;r \iQ cup corn 1 teaspoon salt rind i .
1-1/2 cups cold water'' ;r Mix" together ''tAcup corn' oil vinegar, salt, Worcestershire "4 cup Nucoa margarine Vi cup chopped' nuts
L 1/2 cup bourbon ,nauce. p"pp r.'and pay Ieaf.in-shallow diah.'Add frown block %" cup milk '
lA r r h t"coca ( '11cf jeacher..1 ''of 5eh, (gvpgn3 Ijy gfgtgn meqx frequently, until' fan is.t Sift tvu1'.g\ .:4 B$4fng;); po\nI.I' and ah together into mlxlnr .
tI .M; %I ,6 6 i ours, )m artnid'CutMrtto servin 'V> until mixtul'le"mbI8! 'toeree meal :
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MI4 teaspoon nutaeff*, } ....pi't4eres.'Dip, Into InTo/dHnover +Jf' It4e b1r4N tutdiont'd untilrlfghtly'brownid ,00\\kfaka' !;IIelt.'Ci I II .Jilfl'll/eitt.; ) / and add, ..Uk Ulhfrlr' Mbc/ IIItU .
Fry flkh 'ined"iillnivh& ruVning1 once, all the flour is dampennt Stir orange- and nuts,'
1 pint.,uUla ice cream 1 and easily'flaked with'f6rk; 4 to 5 minutes on'mach Turn into a well greased HVixS::xH Vinch loaf pan. Let stand J
Crushed ice sidet Drain, on absorbent paper. Serve' with Hellmann'a or 16 minutes before baking..Bake in :350 degree r., (moderate) I
Dissolve coffee In cold water' 'Best Foodtartar sauce: Makes 4 servings, oven' 1 hour. Remove from pan and cool. '
j in a medium bowl; stir In '
j ti.B GooD CBi ticROAST. bourbon. Set aside. In eleotrlV J *! 1 ; Top Round.Cubed,
blender combine peaches with Shoulder Swiss Or Sirloin TipSTEAK .>:
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; 'syrup, nutmeg, and about 1/2 SHOP Qutk Fri
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: }" 49 cups of the Ice cream.* Blend
on high speed until smooth,
B Lb Pour over reservedicoffee,
mixture and stir until blended.
I : Serve III' tall glasses 'over
'FRYERS' crushed Ice, or pour into punch
l- cups. Top each with. a small 109
: :: : ; ":' scoop ,:of 'the remaining ice

I ,....,........,..,...- cream Makes about 5 cups or'
.FRESH.GGS' T{; ;\ ',," rFRESfFIA, { .; GRADE AIARGE S large or 10 small servings: vdzY

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"' frappe 'mixture with 1/4 cup

;.;m.If.t : "'. ,, ". ,> :,,.. ,.' EGGS crashed ice in the blender for ; ; "Super-Rlgd" Center Cut Fork"SuperRight"
each Individual drink theopourInto _
':" {'" ;' ) t.js..tr'i: : ; ;"; ):l ," !:! :., :: tall glasses and; top each
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substituting '4 fresh peaches
peeled and sliced' for to
.DETERGENTCHEER DELMONTE' earned peaches; Sprinkle wit' cC re..89'f _I
1 teaspoon lemon Juice. The:
;FRUIT. COCKTAIL continue as directed addle w\ ,ox4' .
," *" 1/2, cup 'cold water( and 1/2' 1
4-303 CANS,1.00 cup sugar before blending.' ? ,, __ _f_ ___ _?r.1c
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: .', fit your needs. Remove the crust I ,1',, t '!.
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> : : wtb'crelm cheese: Across, the ..
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jj 'Stgg* t ": the 3 dates end to end. Roll the ; \
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patties take atut4for BT iurm: CO.L118 I
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of yoir !itches, tk. S
family uprlylocklzitforerd I
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meal As t Domemaker yea CIA
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make your meals delicious or

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Fish Is wtrtrJoM and awel.
coat chance from terkey ud
other poultry and roasts", consumed -.
), during tilt fesUft dIn.'
Dad has great respect for tW 5 5a

.while ...pIICo wailing n4
inshing his teeth over the,

Christmas bills because,.mat ,
nrletiet of fish an "....

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littte preptratloa
and cu bt tooted qalcUjr. .
oTtreooklic lot oily
dt-.ihtie.g th (liTorMtoutteM
ud dry od lilt flgk. :I

f Fish hu cooled MBkitatly
4 roes It IONS tti trtmlKwea I

M M 'P1Ls tad becomes optqi to 11 a.. 1
fir, 10ft )lc.. art nllkla '
color and dab flakes dart-
tow with a fork. To bake flab,
mtaam ttf thlekaMg at tttttilctegt
part. Allow afprmtety t-
M mlBBbM cooktocUm I
per toeh for froM flak and.
10 mUitM If It U freak
Scaaoa, place In a grtagedbtklnj
pan or foil and brash Y
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C50 to 411 degrses
.' To broil, allow about tbeiunteookUf -I-- --i !
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Unit. Brolltot.ni r-
should be placed la prt-htattd

.. -....:... : oven to that figA U two or 1
t,. .-; >'_ four lachy from lilt bad

If ground beer. t food buy at 14 cup !toll*dr... 9 loosely Into 4 to 6 patties Pan fry. h4'1lo&tO"lettuce, bitttrtdcwllflonrsr and tomato
your meat department And I new !Weep townie(IvIeD grill or broil, as desired. Blend ,
ot tilt favorite
iliad and
way to serve it and you've got aft "I leblo.peons."pne.ls.. mayonnaise sour cream and blue OM
economical new dish cheese Spoon mayonnaise-cheese trots' "&RIl.." maW a tatty
:I toblnpwiu iso craw
Beef pattiei take a (turn for the Weep crimbM. .Mm ckMM mixture onto patties a minute or two and nutritions yet tUJtopttpart -
gourmet when topped with an epi before done and let cheese soften. dinner meal.
cureaq mixture of mayonnaiie lOW Mix first 8 ingredients; shape Makes 4 to 6 patties Via their crisp fresh! fiardrappUt
cream and blue cheeu. Of course art timely for any meal,
the patties themselves should be tateo raw In-bebrwn matt..
dilTerent made interesting with unusual Pear Salad Has Dual Role or with lilt mala coterie. As

additions such ai Italian drew- pit, baked glued compote,
ant and tomato Juice. crisp tapioca pudding brown
Belly Brownell home economist betty, strudel puce, or salad..,
for the National Association of Kam,
aM they soy la types.. "dellclou"khchdosh""Gold-
Food Chains, suggests the Patties 9Mp *.
Gourmet for an any-night supper, en Dtuclons' "Rom," and
served with a green vegetable and .
"Jonatbaa"
tossed green salud Hot rolls complete 1
the menu. Certainly not a "JobmbjcomeWily" r
long before tbt ,
PATTIES GOURMETI recording of history applet .
I posed; ground bed I
had tneompatftd Caropt, mty I
Weep rolled eels wtrt used widely by the ttont
ltabl..,...chopped solos ip dwellers of ettttralEaropt;
t IDonpH sets History records that It 'OptIDI:
'4 tMUpte raihly ground not only stored fresh apples for
.block pep,.. sating bat cut and dried them
"egg In tilt sna. Tnt Improramentof
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tilt apples through lilt selection '
BACHELOR BECOMES of tilt best type of wild CORN

GOURMET CHEF stedUnc dates back tohlstory's.
When the manabouttownturns Here a refreshing new Idea to brighten mid-winter menua. It'e "'IIDDIDI.
a frosty dessert salad featuring canned Bartlett pears Perfect fora Shoppmt l meal ptanobigcube .1'f
friendsare
cook his best
luncheon or bridge party, this luscious pear combination! is aa
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bottles boxes and cans much a dessert aa ft is salad.. ,, s tlgbt s1Wyo.ktd.
proliferation of conven Juicy canned pear halves are topped with'rozrq.ptiq) food shoppers,osttUy art food.
ienc 'food*'-.Iron frozen or flavoredcrgnm"ntedenthistrot: | millt"gent e.benfad C1 I i I..toutlt _.'I.. .. \"
with mavonnaiae.marshmallows and nuts. The mini may be Is not,necessary to try to
canned mushrooms. bottled prepared a day |jn advance and pooned over the pear halves at: remember ...1ftJ1UWIt'llCtep
lemon and garlic juice brown- serving time '
and-serve bread and rolls has The delicate sweetness and mellow flavor of canned Bartlett a scratch pad In your kitchen
urbane pea give thia salad its appealing quality. Accompany it with to Jot down Items before JOG
lured rmye and more bran rnuffine and let it play the dual role of dessert and salad are completely cult In many
males into the kitchen to test '
their culinary creativity" according S Mint-Frosted Pear SalaJa areas, food ads appear la.....,
1 (lIb. 13 os.) can % cup miniature papers on Tsr'.dp.NatcbfOT
to a recent survey byRealemon Bartlett halves marshmallowa
pear
them.U yen hare tat storsttspace
Foods lit teaipoona unflavorad ?4 cup chopped nuts .
Not content with mixing the gelatine H cup heavy cream,whipped ,boy Inqoantity wbennon-
perfect.Martini or the best whiskey -: 1 tablespoon lemon juice *.4 teaspoon mint flavoring 'perishable Items art on salt"
U cup mayonnaise If yen art among lilt "prt-
of sour in bachelors town, 12 queried per rent by: Drain pears reserving syrup. .Soften gelatine In U cup pear 'rlle9d" Bon-worktof! home
urban syrup. Heat until dissolved Cool Add lemon juice and mayonnaise nukers...arold the SRO scene
'ReaLemon consider it a markof Fold in remaining ingredients. Pour into freezer tray. by shopplnf early taornlnts or,
sophistication to prepare Freeie until firm. To serve, arrange pear halve on lettucelinedplates. afttrnoons ,
early ,. ,
anti Serve gourmet meal., Top with scoops of frozen mint mixture.Makes 4-0 servings.
yourself time for comparing
sites of brands of the same
l.
products( readme labels for
contents and taking advantage

PRICES of specials. ,
IH.THlUD Government replmbauracial
:. weight (and added Ingredients .,
!I l f GOOD THROUGH ) bt listed clearly

+ 'SATURDAYFRYERS on the IalJeI.Potatoes .

macaroni, rice,
f noodles and beans art some
of the extenders that can be
atlllted la tasty casserole
dishe Prepared with small e

amounts of meat added, they
will senre mort members ofme
family that lilt same..mountof

meat cooked.aim.SoumeasUrn .
consumers

Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Usslstlppj, North tad South
Carolina, Tennessee tad Virginia
tin find tatty, dock
N.. FLORIDA GRADE A and hens featured si meat
f canters Red meat boys inchide
29 chock tad shoulder rout t :
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: Whole( ) LB. of variety hams.of steaks'" tad aU kinds

Both Sweet and Rateett potatoes 4i'i
ft : pole beans; tad celery
>> art attracHTely priced at most r

FRESH; ,SEMI-BONELESS food stores., .
Pock Fruit features art tangerines,
STEAKS -; 5!( -grapefruit, ranges, apples,
BISCUITS cocoanut and grape t
FRESH BOSTON BOTJ;KMRK Ticker, docks tad hens;.

ana, salmon, herring,, king
ROAST -49 4/39 and 8pIaI Mackerel, millet,
BALLARD fish fillets I'OIIIId oysters are
hKG r_ all good boys la nt southeast
iroOOSUANJIACON: : ,
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LB-' 5' Kentucky,. Mississippi, North

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' I National NAACP Woman Official Cited At Fellowship BanquetNAACP's ,, ; ,.



IF I Rvky Harley Hovered Tens Authorities
Interracial Partnership Humble Official Honored '

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I i I For Years Of Service To Unit ,( Worried About

I workers and Negro Police Recruit
leers', voluntary
'1 HEW YORK Mr Ruby
.' Barter, southeast regional staff of the HAACP. DALLAS, Texas (NPI) -
to reorganisethe
director of the National Association After helping police officials in large Texas
C.C., Branch
for the Advancement of Washington cities, as well u across the
the NAACP, Mrs Harley
Colored People, was honored of- council in nation, art asking themselves
by KM NAACP at the fellowship developed a youth why efforts to recruit Negro
which, in IMS,brought
that city
dinner bert on the ore of the policemen apparently art
Association's 60tb annual cor- her appointment as national ailing.
porate meeting, January 12. youth secretary Under her Officers I In departments
j j Before tome 700 of her friends direction, the number of youth srr Houston, Dallas, San Antonio
and chaptersgrew
and associates Mrs.Hurley was. councils college and Forth Worth and the Texas
from 86 to more than 280
cites for her "25 years of > ,Department of Public Safety;
courageous, devoted and successful units with a total membership. acknowledge that young Negroes r
service to the NAACP of some 23,000. ire not filing applications for
as Us youth secretary, H43, In 1951, Mrs .Hurley coordinate was sent police work, a survey by NegroPress
1952, and as its southeast to Birmingham to International reveals.wto .
regional director, 1952 to the NAACP membership campaigns
branches Alabama,
for
present.Receiving this certificate of Florida, Georgia, Mississippiand Schools
subsequently,
merit from Bishop Stephen G. Tennessee
Spottswood,* Board chairman, these states became and Mrs the, Hurley Southeast -, Get 6riits ForTasks URBAN LEAGUE HONORS HUMBLE OIL FOR FAIR
Mrs. Hurley accepted the award Region, EMPLOYMENT-Whitney M. Young, Jr. (left); executive
", with an expression of was named regional secretary, director of the National Urban League, presented one of two'
appreciation and said whatever later, regional director. The Tedd Cochran, left, and Roy Knight, right, partners In Fred R.Nichols Dodge, San Franciscq"prospect" Expeeded ( equal awards of the Houston Area Urban Leagueto
bad region has since been expanded Mayor Joseph Auto of that city. Cochran and Knight formed the Interracial opportunity
she been able to achievewas
of
W. vice and director Humble
due to the support and to Include North and South partnership several months ago and were welcomed to the Bay Area business community by Capful grants: of IOOOO'each W..Bryan, senior president ;
for
the
Oil ft in Houston company -
Refining ,
: Company recently
Clark and Morebonse
Relations
Carolina. the Mayor Dodge Public
.
cooperation of the Board, of- the of
equality
s in "exemplifying principle
progress
With more than 90,000 mem- Colleges In Atlanta highlight a'
bers, including nearly 13,000youth distribution of $31,500 to six through fair employment practices." In the first nine months .
5C Stile
College'Prots the seven-state area now "Floatiag" Faculty" Project By :CUB L. Gets Start Negro-oriented schools by the pf 1968, Humble hired some 600 individuals of minority
Gulf Oil groups, more of all new employees hired. Of
Hold leads all other NAACPreglonalgroups. Corporation. .
Newly 'There are now 448 The world of business and the a business career. : ship Program, where we bring Announcement oftheglftswas these, 400 were placed white collar and professional cate
.; Eadowcd Chairs adult branches and 144 youth 'college campus will Join Based! on their' own Job ex-j: ; professors from black college made by Dr. Alexander Lewis, .gories. In addition to other special minority employment and
councils and college chaptersIn forces in a new program to. per It DC I, these young campuses 'Into Industry for a Jr., executive vice president of training programs, Humble, and its parent company, Standard
ORANGE BURG, S.C. Dr. the region. encourage black students to executives: from industrial I summer project in a field.related Golf and chairman of thecompany's Oil (New Jersey), have given more than $250,000 to the
Harold Powell, a member of Mrs. Hurley\ is a native of prepare for the increasing opportunities Institutions such u BristoUc to their speciality. .Aid to Education Urban League in the last six years and supported it since 1946..
the faculty of South Carolina' Washington, D.C. She attended opening inbuslness, Myers, IBM, Ford Motor 'This reverse.approach will Committee. .
State College's School of Arts public, ,school there, Miner the National Urban League an- Company and W. Steel will, give students a unique opportunity Other schools beneflttlngfrom Two Hack Faithers Jelled
and Sciences,and Miss Trudelle Teachers College and the announced today. help structure the course witha to study with and get firsthand the distribution are Voorbees.
W. Wlmbush of the School of Robert! H. Terrell Law School. Called the "Floating Faculty" practical eye towards the information from black College, Denmark, S.C., $5,000'
Education are the first to hold She is a member of the Southern project, blacks currently em demands and responsibilitiesof men who arc "making it" in 'capital grant; Tuskegee After Effective BoycottiHtj
two recently endowed chairs at Regional Council and has servedas ployed in top mangement Jobs business today, The course industry today. And the beauty Institute, Tuskegee, Ala., and
the college. southeast regional chairman by some of this country's major will carry full credits and the of this program Is it will cost Virginia State College, Petersburg DENVERNP1)Increas- Panthers throughout the nation.
The chairs, endowed by of the National Association of corporations will spend a minimum visiting instructor ful. } neither the student nor the Vs., both $2,500 log activity by local militantswas The group accomplished! the
Oranteburg businessmen for Intergroop Relations Officials, of two consecutive daysa profealorlalltatul. college one cent. Industry will departmental assistance highlighted recently when feat by calling a boycott of
$1,000 each were named for two as a sponsor of the Encamp- week on loan to a Negro Nancy Lane, who created this pick up the tab." Miss Lane is grants; and Alabama the local contingent of Black Cole Junior High School, which
former S.C. State faculty members -:: ment for Citizenship, and as aa college campus teaching project, said "This is actuallyan director of the NUL's Summer Agricultural and Mechanical: Panthers demonstrated it was was 90 per cent effective. Only i
\ Dean Kirkland W. Green active volunteer'worker with. students the techniques and extension of the League's Fellowship Program College, Normal, Ala., $1,500 the beat organized and most about 10 per cent of the students
i and Mrs. Etta B. Rowe. the YWCA. skills necessary to succeed in four-year-old Summer Fellow- departmental assistance grant. effective chapter of' thee ,showed up for classes.. _,
The rantners mel ones .
students blocks away and told
them that Cole was closed and ,
I .there would be no school.Men -, ,
77 cans, led by the fiery Mexican .
a set? impossible.1 speaker, Rudolph "Corky"r

if Mexicans Gonzales,whoalsodldnotattend posted signs\ for the jschool.

.- Two Panthers, were 4
Jailed; ,
''Ten days ago, four Black
youths attacked two white male
.. teachers who, in turn, filed .
charges of assualt against !be.youtba. .
j bot; doe&it This forced the police
Haverty's. tb pta four plain clothesmett
l. ., in the balls of the school, to
I WJfiM : .I;;; ; : 'meet.with,Just, one of.2t dc's) ,s
l u 88aid '
I
g dtftowMTi cE .tin 'Ufl '
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: ; aretI ? aeifA is iurlq : \ ; tha'. each
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'ts> TOe,6lacklanth rsJcibJ
Once A Y -SP CIAL'REDUCED PRICE! '
tilt placing of the police obi', ,

I immons Siffiopedic l i Deluxe l parents the premises to also and object.rallied Within the

24 hours, East Denver parents

BOTH 5 :with voiced the their Panthers.disapproval along.,. .

i 312 Coil Extra Firm Innerspring: f f uproar.The school White is in teachers a physical are.

understandably seared ,The ;

for f f mayor should has not stated have their that tile guns police with
Mattress and only

i.k.: Box Spring."t:;, ;: them schools while, patrolling. the

Cole will continue to be tile

t\ :: .< ; Compare at $149.95 weather center of; then controversy,who knows until.; hot J'Th'ree
t > .
Specially built for people who want Negroes'Honored


l. extra firm body support for more- By LBJ"


f: relaxing restful Before ,He Left. ,Office
sleep coon f ortt "
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:. ( ( WASHINGTON=; Roy Wilklns ,
executive director of the
!: NAACP, was awarded the Medal
LuxuriousQUIL TED Floral Cover! of Freedom by Lyndon Johnson
in one of his last official acts
u President. Mr. Wilkins was
', Yes without a doubt r here is the one of twenty persons who re*
; greatest qualitbedding'buy / ,. celved the country's highest
of the year! Specially constructJ, J civil honor '
ed with extra heavy spring coils in the '' "' Three of the recipients were
Negro in addition to Wilkins
of the ,
center
mattress to '
give better Y! .. awards were bestowed upon
body support* If you need extra 0 3' Whitney M. Young- Jr.,
( firm bedding this could be r '' executive: secretary of the
the National Urban League,' and
for
answer nagging "i ,. ;., < Ralph Ellison ,author. Among
backaches and .O'"r1t aF 'u others thus
uncomfortable ; ; 1 recognised were:
W. ATlr8U.Harriman,;Henry;
sleepless ,
,
41t 4 ,
Ford, 11
''U McGeorge Bundy and
nights | : Lanrance S. Rockefeller
The Medal of Freedom recog
Twin nises exceptionally meritorious
or
contrlbtnlons to the security or
t tf national Interest of the United
Full Size! States, world peace, cultural

I $ $ private or other endeavors significant. public. ...or

f Buy, on Haverty'5
f I Wewy Aid .Inn.

II I s EASY TERMSA! s xw j z s; rev ri! Ahead De' *< Meet ,

I WASHINGTON, D.C.:.When ,
.the Democratic National Commlttee -;:
gathered here to select'
.
a new chairman. Aaron Henry,
-' Both Haverty ", president of the Mississippi'
I I'j II I ,State NAACP,:and Charles
'Ems, state field director
Stores
p Opin were among the leaders. of ttwlr'
M'i"t1; :; state's delegation. _' : :'.
t4ur }"'f
'" : ;r ,4 Monday Night until 9 I) Henry reported to the commit,
y 11 'tee on the state of the party In.

I H' ;gwsEincR'6B5' .. Mississippi _I t t r. seconded'
: .S' toe :
.; : :; nomination of Senator Fred
: : 'f ., ,Harris of Oklahoma, who was ,
\ : .. '" mutinously chosen as new head
t
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:{ !. No ac.leHo, t. jV' Invitation <'
J : of the Incoming pr -
.. ., :' .,.,. :<1,; DOWNTOWN Laur'aat t Duval: ", e, SOUTH'S'IDE'6160' Beach Blvd. sldent? Heary remained : In.Washington ;
'' '" ,.,. t,.:.,',.,. c' l ', S. ..h.: M-I.y"'N'.r' ; to attend the Inaugural '.
9' Iii.A.M. '
Plleec EL 3.9111 Phone 180 : ceremonies of Richard
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I Willie Pearson Pleased "With Draft By Miami Dolphins As All-America Star



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I Golf Tea. Has Been Invited Jaxons Scout Honorees Stir Will Join Wostmorelaad d,,'', 6',,


To, Participate IB Jessica r Defensive AST's Quarterback


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. South Carolina State Relays, GREENSBORO, N.C.-Willie star
Florida t MM University Orangeburg; April 25-26., Penn Pearson, North Carolina Airs Pearson Is1 and weighs
Athletic Director AJB. Caliber Delays, Philadelphia Pi;ApTU Little All-America football 205. Asked how be feel about"
has released tentative '26, Rome News Tribune Relays, star, said last week that he Is being drafted as a defensive
schedules for the Rattler tennis Rome, Ga., May 1.1. Twkegee pleased with being drafted by back, he said. "1 ness It Is
and track. teams for 1969.Tte Relays, Tuskegee Institute, .rI4 the Miami Dolphins all right. I Just want to play
Rattlers. were Southern Ala.; May 10-11, Southern "I Jut want to play football," and I may get I chance: to. play
Intercollegiate Athletic! Conferenca Intercollegiate Athletic Conference M 1 said Pearson "it doeinl flanker. ,
+,Champions In both sports Championships, Atlanta i Itz matter about the position or Pearson was twice named to'
last "seasonandareheavy- Ga.; May Southeastern i'i ': ; h'i "the team." the AU-CIAA team. The past .
Ites,: to repeat as championsthis Track, Field Championships, y1 Pearson a native of Wtoston- season he was selected co- ,
/ear.Tennlst. ,Atlanta, Ca. Salem, N.C., was drafted by captain on the Greensboro DsJly ,
the Dolphins In the fifth round. team aadvasaa
SIS members of the' 1968 Mews All-State ,
Institute(Home),April 12,Tus- Florida AiM University/ football 'i ',,'I a "I had a feeling that I might offensive selection on the AUNAIL -(
keget ; April 17, Clark to Miami," said Pearson He also picked
squad were named to the go team. was
College April 19
; Morehouse' All-Sotthern Intercollegiate: "because It was one of the two as an All-Amerlcaa b/ thePlttburp
College; April 28,' South y r' teams that I had opt heard Courier, .
Carolina State Athletic: Conference lea... The ti ? r > .
College; March who I fromAs ," If Pearson signs with Miami,
14 and 15 FAMU sbf were recently honoredby
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Spring Sports the 100 Per Cent Wrong a Masker for AIT last he win" Join Dickie Westmore- ,

Carnival Club In Atlanta Included: Roger t season Pearson was one of land, another former AATstar. j
Away; MarcbZ7.ClarkCoUege 1- i
Atlanta Flume, end; Otis Collier, the nation's finest runners and Westmoreland is also a
; March za Clark
catchers. He scored 10 "
defensive back; Hubert Glnn, pass defensive ha' "nek i
Atlanta
College ; March,More tojchdijwns and led the Aggies
house halfback; Melvin Jones, end; : ", .
College Atlanta
March
; Carlmoa to an 1-1 season:
Jones, tackle and
30, Tuskegee Institute, Tuske- Horacel.ovett. tackle. Pearson was recruited torAIT Athl.. Fights
April 24 South
gee; Carolina
I u a quarterback, a
State The Florida AiM University JBSjf Discrimination '
:College, Orangeburg; position he played (for three
Golf team has been Invited to
Jobs' ,
April 25, South Carolina State in ;
During his Junior ,
play In the University/ .Invlta-: years. year
College .Orangeburg; May 2 tatlonal Tournament In he played offense and defense., EQUAL EMPLOYMENT"OPPORTUNITY
and I,Tuskegee Open COMMISSION
,Tuskegee Jamaica. The Rattlers Last season he was switched
Institute 'Ala.; May 9 and 10, by Coach Hornsby Howell to 1100 G SI, HW Wasb. D. C. 20506
SIAC Conference Meet,Atlanta. competed 13 other with approximately The six young men,' all Jaxons, In the picture above have Jsoeph Slaughter, New Stantoo School and"tdmund Mathews,Jr., flanker and became an Instant
Track and Field: March 7-8, colleges and universities completed the strict requirements of Boy Scouting for the God Rlbault School. The awards will be presented at the Pioneer

Jesuit Invitational, Tampa; January 22-26.. Coached and Country' Award. They are, from tile left: Winston Brady, ,'Tea on February 9, at 3.30 p...., at St. Paul AME Church. Alexander I "
March 14-15, FAMU Relays, by Hansel Tookes associate James Weldon Johnson School; Jason Barr, James Weldon Stewart scoutmaster of Troop No. 79, will preside,
Tallahassee March 26, professor of physical education, Henry Daniels, Kirby Smith; Emory Tunslll, Darnell Cookman; Rev,.A.C. Chandler Is pastor, If you want a better whiskey .
Rattlers cAptured the I
Roanoke College, Tallahassee;' Southern Intercollegiate rNorris go right to the top. 1
March 29, University of Florida

Relays, Gainesville; Apt'1112. Athletic last Conference season. Championship Allies 'Hive Lend touted Reeves. And Witch Seagram's 7 Crown. I


Alhwy State Showcases Jones Of Strei, Sports 'r.r.. Charles Kemp Win This Clown a\" .. Say, Seagram's and Be Sure. ;|

I Gi. Box Trysts 111111II ,
at Iowa State University was ,3
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As last Southern lasketialler Carolina GREENSBORO N.C,- North succeeded as Aggie coach by Two '0 C as amateur fighters C
ALT, whose national 22 .111
likeable Bert Plggott, one of .were victorious in the boxing 2d
ALBANY, Ga. Wllbert than Wilbert but I don't think champions football team was his former players. In 10 years matches In Brunswick, Ga.,last,
Jones, .Albany State College's ,there are any better. Not only honored recently at the Thirty u ALT coach, Plggott won Saturday. 1 ;1
most bonaflde candidate for Ail- Is he a fantastic shooter, but fourth annual Sports Jamboree<< three CIAA championships. Morris Reeves and Charles t'
American honors In its gloried he's also a strong rebonnder sponsored in Atlanta by the Howell took over from Piggottthe Kemp of the Eartba White
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basketball history, Is taking up and an exceptionally good ball- 100 Per Cent Wrong, Club and past season and fielded a Community Center boxing team yy
this season right where he left handler. Wilbert Is every bit .tbe' Atlanta Daily World, has !team that complied an (-1 scored quick knockouts. '
'off following a banner '67-6t as good u they say ha Is aDd long been an athletic power record Including wins over Beeves the state AAU champion 1/-15-23

ctmpllp1."' should be an All-Amerlcan... among the nation's small nationally-ranked Mo-gan State 145 pounds, won a TKO over J

The 68" senior from lection this year," declared colleges. and Florida AIM. Leonard Warwick, ISO pounds, 115132Sometimes
McGehee,'Ark. has scored 273 "e Ranis' head basiotballpilot; ,' : ALT was founded as a college The Aggies have a growing list in the third round of battle.
In Us first thirteen .in 1891. but was elevated toone inhls first lie's up SometimesHe's
points tLe of successful professional play Kemp, participating ,
games for a 21 point averageper Master Sergeint Hill of state's four regional era; Including Stonewall Jackson amateur match, was In charge down. He Adds, Subtracts,
game;: But most Impressive universities two years ago. formerly with the New York from the start of the bell.Kemp He works it all around 1t
have been his rebounding Joins FAMU ROTC Today, more than 4,000 students Giants; Cornell Gordon, New won by a knockout ID two minutes 0. :t
from all United
the
figures, taking up the slack over York Jets; Elvln Bethea, ,and thirty seconds of the first 10-11 21

created by the Rams'' shorter! On Third 'Dory Tour States countries and are several enrolled foreign at theunlv.r.ity. Houston Oilers; Mel Phillips,, round. His opponent weighedtOa

team this year. Forty-Nlners; Tom Day, Buffalo pound Kemp weighed In Attraction 4Fi
Although ''b. does not play' Bills Dick at 1S6 pounds, Coming '
TALLAHASSEE Fla. ; Westmoreland <
1
Wide. /' Wilbert has snatched Master Serveant Leroy Rill has ALT Is headed by D&>< Lexis Maul Dolphins;'-'loe Taylor, Reeves won his first stateMU ,,
C. former football
Dowdy, a 1112dMAN'S/ .
2U rebounds for an: averageof .Joined( the ROTC. unit at Floridai Chicago Bears; .J.D. Smith, championship\ In Tampa YhN Ia Y 'Ji
player at Allen University in'envisions' t
2o.8' Seer Contest;Add-: 1967. His second title was woo '
grabs AJtM Uhiversift for his fhjrA V formerly withSan, !. Francis.ndWUaisC >
to tbUhU"eye" ppmg"istist'; tour ofdutJ. '$ l troUns4/ lhtercollegiateathletics Vea lady!, -' In the state tournament in Jacksonville .. \".
figures of 88 in 13 games fora1per He graduated from Brawler ALT Is also a kingpin In the last year. He" won the 'DAYSNU..EIED' _" .......' .
game mark of 6.6, and you High School In Scotland Neck, and : under proper controls strong CIAA basketball race. third ALIT championship In mAcsue spats ccepey,ivaatsae, Ieesuvi! "wr, .WSMMIMTWIMITI.WtlAKEDEALSOTHERSfpJSE .
supervision! as Important
have the best and most Miami last December.
probably Head Coach Cal Irvin is one
N.C. to June'of 1943 and
.function la the modern univer
gifted basketball player In. the of the winnlngest coaches/In.
entered the United States .It .
entire sooth. to ) the nation with a skein of 319- Yale's Calvin Hill "Mans Days are Numbered." ,
.Army Sept.lDberoltbalyear.: The Aggies' recent rise to
His steady play has the trams, 'He received Army Basle Training football prominence dates from 117 la 14 seasons. His current- Health and Fortune can be N II ttailinj;, OpHil ,>"I'mrcl ortSpnt'fH !
while not'u spectacular as the i at Fort Dix,M.J. the arrtYllciformerheadcoacb Aggie team Is 8-0. Picked In Ntfionif Yours when you know your 1 \Marl\ M,. : ,
"running, gunning" fives of the Prior to returning to FAMU,' Bill Bell in 1945. Bell often Irvln's contributions to the Lucky Days I ;t
past 'two I campaigns, off and MSG with pros include At Awes, a coach Pro J 1111 Poll
: Hill served a tour the acclaimed u one of the three
winning with a scintillating 12 25th Infantry Division to the, greatest black coaches of all 'of the San Francisco Warriors; NEW YORK Calvin Hill, Lucky Colors, ect $195 down r'liii
and 1 slate.In Warren Davis and Maurice Send $a 00 for your '
Republic of South Vietnam.. ,time, has a lifetime coaching Black fullback at Yale University
the famed Georgia Invitational both stars In the Horoscope Guide for
McKartley
selected in the
his decorations the
Among record 129-15.., was pro
Tournament, which lathe American: Basketball Association. c 'AniiMC) w '-Ti1: .'IJ *; ;')'\vnnp y2A: ; '
Combat Infantryman's Badge His 1990 ALT team, led by selections this week. '
pre : season basketball Bronze Star, 'Medal, Army sensational Red Jackson and Three sons of Yale were Jsbruary ,1\iArAhlLlAAul: ( ollr i; o'u: '' : >$.3a:'
spectacle In Atlanta annually, Commendation'+ Medal (Second :Hornsby Howell," this year's The ALT baseball team, chosen. Fill in the 'blank below and +1. tt.'l.f WINSAWS AIR, '''"'''11'' 1'''. VINr ''''''. MWAY. .

honors Wilbert was runnerup for MVP Award), and the Good Conduct "Caoch: of the Year,'* woo the coached by Mel Groomes, has' The move came u surprise, mall to ZODIAC Post Office sR ('AntlI.AC' q, flonAnn, ? ; . ysl1'In.nvn.IAc '
which went to teammateand Medal Fourth Award). He Is 'CIAA won the CIAA. baseball championship athletes Box 1171 Jacksonville Fla. nl/vw.R. AHIroitrp 1'
( ) championship. inasmuch u Ivy League r S
li, ( :: > :
fellows Arkansaser, seven times In the r KVntK: yin
presently serving u Operations Bell assistant dean have not in the past receivedtoo .
now an ,
A unanimous 14 ('nMrnRT fnNlRrll. AIR rnNNIIInMn. .lP', wINI"ut I. Y "
Clarence Ems. last
NCO. years much attention. He was NAME --- fAlNr n, VINr RnOF.
AU-Tooney choice, be pumped married last STREET ,Ifir4M t'AOIlIM' I rnNAN . : $15Ji l !
MSG Hill Is to the selected In the first round
In 77 :: fift ri>NT R w All'i WAY ALAI. RI i Rr.I'bIHnnW: / % *
In 74 points' and pulled former Mattte ;D. Johnson d Honored For Sportsmanship Wednesday. DATE: OF BIRTH tl ONTiAr (CATAI-N\| . wnI : !
rebounds ,In 3 games; .In thecbamplcoship Scotland Meek, N.C. They reside .' W SS VV"*' '"'10f< Am'""'Nnlt/I>"". rlrtn.y tt&N'''.'m fW

contest against at 1405 Victoria Drive to ( BUK'K 1<::1.I<:f'. 225 :, .' . .:. .: 3IW1
Tuskegee, WUbert scorched yQ' AIR MNCITIONf I P. VINVt. dnor, I.AI I MiKIY.rMPLYMOUtllFUm .
nets IIor,18 points and 27 Tallahassee. I III :. . $Wii !
rebounds the Rams dumped 4 VETERANS 'AIR i cnHDiTinNep TAcrnur i RANTIA.l i t KA.IANTV.
u :
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.fWCHRY.SLKn CUSTOM ;IW:
'!.skegee. for the GIT" title, 74- Miller Brewing Move In fora llttbast j i:.rnnnmnNfo,' mnv '.,110II MI.I"5FiArtnRi.ia.e' :<|irW

62."Wlttert's PONTFAP ORXNP PRIX . . IT6toA :;
as good or better DOWN ir VIMYL cwy .. CACtnIY wA AMry
than any,cornerman I've ever Company His ,x.M1 i 67 BUirKI.ESARRE c011pl\ k, .. : : $ m> i iALMJUT

seen," ,Robert Ralney, the u5 "Es hft RAMBLER N W.,Al* CONmtlOMO.770 ... : ... . . tO1)1! ) *
mastermind behind the success VI liH'MWCe 'Ai.eeiN., All rnNKI'
Films f tt>H. { IKr 1NJrl'1 WA :IANtY..
'd the "nutlr.cu.IDI"Raml Special Sports r fiR FALCON 4 DR. . . SJUSvi ""
,- said. "There are some I AUTnMATir! 1RAN1 rowm .11I..,,,".. "". AIR r""Mni">
like Malloy (Mike) of Davidson Triumph and frustration highlight + IIhN. ITACrOHV WAMAHlvOVKR 4'
and ,Scott (Charlie) d UNC, the latest addition to Miller. i. UiO c'ARs'm ".'Hnn.S fo; FROM! ; {
Take DraM' \\' "k .
.who are bigger>and strongerPrairie Brewing Company's Sports W hei" Others Refun '
Film Library entitled "Spot-. 344 bedroom plans with 1, I V,t Tredit Arr..ov..d. nn Spot( 1'l\
a 2 both end '/>e
light on Sports. garage.
: YiiwGndiife ; It U one of more than 200 Modem schools churches and a COM R. EVANS ;
titles available at no charge !
l 'Jolls'F for showing to all groups. LINtCOIII ESTATES ?

The film features the frostratlon -.., ,
3rd & MAINEl.
!4 is: ROTC .F FicilryTALLAHASSEE of Dancers Image, S. 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-16M

three-year-old .colt relegatedby w mi OPKN: .9,30.P.M;: .FLi.:0:IonMcDUFf a
: : ....-Captain stewards to last place IlL '. _
George Sims, a native dDallis Kentucky Derby and Preak-

Texas, has Joined the :ness alter finishing first and.
'ROTC instructional staff third, respectively. ,
at Florida LAM University. Be The film shows the personal a
reported to the FAMU ROTC triumphs and despairs of All-

nit from :Fort :Bstvolr, Va., Amerlrans Elvln Hayes of Nyri T '
where he had attended the En-. Houston and law Alclodor of

gtoeef Advanced Coarse UCLA u their teams clashed Iyv
He graduated from,Ltncoln-and for National Collegiate Athletic "
High:School, Dallas received Association (NCAA) bsskeball
the Bachelor of Science ,supremacy.

Degree .in mdastrial Arts from 'A segment appropriately' .
Prairie Vie* College,..Prairie entitled "Beauty on Ice" captures I _
VIotw;Texas, to 1 M. Peggy Fleming two-ttoae, '
He was commissioned secondlleateaaat .World Figsre Skatlai Kavy Airman Al Robinson recall Olympic title boot to which 4qAy1
opoo graduation. Champion, as she performed he lost and then won a medal la Mexico City. Robinson was in
Mew York to receive the Gutavns Tows Award for
Captain Elms entered tile Army .:during the lid Winter Olympics. City Kirby
oa September U, 1962 at Fort, Miss Flemlag as. sportsmanship from the Boys' Athletic League for his conduct
Be1Y It," Va. From September featured on national televisionlate during the 1961 Olympics. Navy Photo By PBB H. Simpson

to December'be attended the to 1968.Roumdng ,
'loglaeer: Officers Basle r. out :' tile 10-.... Car Thieves BusyNEW
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Course: Be;has served to dut) film are highlights of the KCAL' YORK--Car thUvrthive P'rts.A..cIS'.
assignments la Baaaa,, 'gymnastics fhinrniMishlpsaad ', become perkier than ever

Germany :Fort 'Hood, Texas,' ,tile Navy's Bias Angels flying In recent yean, the Insurance The Acedemy of Professional

and to tote.,Republic. of SoonVtetoBBU ,fr m, Information InMimte obtmw. Sports Awards will be featured;:
Films may tereqassted from ,Since 1949.the number. of auto, :oa February 19,' In color, 9 to '
.' Cantata 81ms Is man.ted' ( .a Film Section, Miller Brewing' mobiles':regiwered has more '10 ,... CST es the NBC Tele. e

"tte former Melt Antoine of Port, Company, 4000 W, State Street than doubled ,but .the, number vision network. r Willie shot* ti'of KAVIRK ''. "
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Arthur, Texas. They reside at <-N. ,Wto., 11IOI..T : stolen pis more than :;maker will partlelpateis

909 Oak Kaoll AvenaeTalrhhattee. .only expense Is tile cost .of quadrupled-,from 163,000 to presenter, la the horse netojcategory.
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Lewis Branch YWCA Makes Plans Membership Campaign Elects Officers I IKkkiff



Will Tik. 'lle.1..rllrY I
I' Meetiaa., Flerili inner JftbmiHt OffirtiiRto
Big Business Conclave

'" -' 12 Fir Final Pknhi"The College Ti Oar .i II&strIlJtrItIH Aids Miiy I

"' A.L. Lewis Branch at the Mrs Marvya Jenkins: Mrs. 'J 'The XX, Jaeksoarnis Op- Directors, Bad with Joseph
Jacksonville YWCA will conduct EraageliM Johnson,Mrs.Won- fro New Cnpsts ;;J portaaltlss BKtastrlallsatlaa W. Gibson U Executive
membership workshop dell Mathews, Mrs. Thelma 1. Center, with the them "1'. D1nctor.1I located at 625 JiUa
Wednesday, February 12, at Argrwtt Mrs. Easter Howard, A new, class IB cosmetology, Vy Belp OBraatves': is act new Street. R 1s a delegate agency
'::30 p.m Mrs. Viccy James,Mrs Henri is being opened by UM Florist to havens brim, the AXC .stcno.
I All members of the TWCA etta Klnnon and Mrs. Dorothy Junior College at JacksoavtUeTJC waste to, reach out am help. A pamphlet bearing the title.
who are campaign solicitors Owens. ( ) through 1U adelt vocational many More who are act at the "Join UII Today," bears out
are expected: to attend. More Committee assignments for education program at moment aware of the procraaitttepresesitog. mteatknssf the organlsatlcv.
than IS persons will be working the year are u follows: Membership Technical Ugh School, Statistically, JOC:: has placed
In the drive this year. Committee. Mrs according to JOB Loft at, This orgaaliatlon, with more than JOG former unemployablM -'
l 'Prognmparttclpantaars:' Thelma Argrett chairman and aaperylsor of industrialEducation. e Attorney Lender J. in Jobs,after training
Mrs Janus (Tbelma) Argrett, Mrs, Estelle'" Jones cochairman .' 1 r .Chalrmaa of the Board, Sixty have ben placed) In Jobs
membership! chairman; Mrs ; Religloas Resources no 1,200 clock hour program while In tralalng
Estelle R. Jones co-chairman; Committee Mrs. Margaret leading to licensers u a CM 1i Historic TmsCOKTWUtD This dyaamlte letup offers!
Mrs Marvyn Jenkins chair masof Ferret,. chairman! ; Adult Committee metologist by the Florida Mat courses la clerical work,
the Adult Committee; Mrs. Mrs. Marvya Jenkins Board of Cosmetology. teeteies FROM 'ACISJuae. cashier training, and Its program -
Willie GrifflaandMrs FlorenceJ. chairman; Teen Age Committee Instruction In basic anatomy, !now Is director of the Is open ball.A counselor
Dlxon, branch dlrectar Mrs. Louise Geawrlght, eb1r.au structure of the hair, diseases r Bousteg Aataority.MUcatlvUto to ea head to discuss needs
The officers tor 1961 were Mrs Henrietta Ktosxn, of the skin, nails and scalp, btlti. has beea Bad: problems. Trainees engage
,
Installed at the manual meeting 'co-chairman. Annual meeting, bow to color hair, hw U 4o aided by the 1UACP. MaJor Ia a pre-vocatlcnal program
They, are Chairman, Mrs. R. Mrs. Sula Wells, chairman: permanent waves am hairstyling Kelly IB president d the local for self-preparation.: ; Basic,
the Greens Committee and t treatmeat of academic skills will be taught
Onus; First Vice-chairman, Hanging of chapter.! There art abort WO '
Vrs. HenryMathewsSecond; Mrs. laster Howard, damaged hair. residents. to help the trainee get andhold
Jice-Chalrman, Mrs James chairman; Leadership Tra1a1DICommUte..llr..B10.dIU The clause are held Monday Hobbes with residents employment. .
City, 1,900
Jugrett, ; Secretary, Mrs. Paul through Friday, 8 to' 10 p..., near Oxford: Miss., was JOIC to an Important integer
for 10 month to Jacksonville la view of me
Owens Mathews, chairman; Mrs M. incorporated la UN. A grant r
'Members of the Branch Committee Evangellne Johnson, cochairman : Idles said that a maximum I from the Urban Development fact that Jacksonville
on Administration are: By-Ltws Committee,Mrs.Clevel I of 25 perions would be accepted Department for "' 5,000 has Industrialists need, q
Mrs. Estelle Jones.Mrs.CtevelIssac Issac, chairman, Mrs. in the COUTM. beta approved.This will he wed help la addition to that, I
Mrs. Hadgellne Peters Madgellne Peters, cochairman Tuition, registration fees and for a coaaaunlty eenrlca build cording to most to ch j
Mrs Sala ..UI. ..Margaret nominating Committee(to supplies cost about $ZOO for the 'BIO'BUSINESS' : .ATE1' to time out of discussions involving the marketing of new: ing. A garment plant employs every effort to made to i I
Fenell, Mrs., L, Gtll'l'lpt./ be .elected by committee). dlcated.completed course Lofta ta- products: In Nassau-Bahama are (Q to r) Mr.W.A. Moss MBA, Jackson Champion, Honorable about too. Twenty low-re Jobs for trainees JaxonfVs',
Clifford Darling MBA Deputy Speaker of the House. hosted projects have. bees encouraged to enroll wlthJOIC."l1'"
Interested perioBa may aecare Amoaf objectives are: Thedevelopment
built. Wttfc t of
the rebxatioa
additional InTornaUoa abort me __ I
TIEI' TIE HIT .
of
racial attitudes faDe Alabama, positive
DIIsi rii SALE Fill Till CAI! program or register at Sophie ..|.1,.. g0hs New ScoutsThe rwUeste of Robe believe thinking, with till view of pro-f
Technical High at lit Hint "
'In dicing new and changed
Sherwood Forest. Split level. mothers club of Pack they cu altt it.
I 3 bedrms., 1.1/2 bathrooms 'Customer Street. Suits I Oi Negro !I. History and Troop 7> of st. Paul AME: tt can be assumed that Lawn- attitudes within the trainee;
Downstairs completely COII".Ie.CI'D1ahed. T ,. Church will sponsor"Pioneer1' side, New Jersey; is the most Placing of emphasis on good
10 ft. built-in bar and wpia Magazine is Beginninga once has reached Its IeD1tb with Tea" In the basement of the prosperous. Greeapower shows grooming, manners personal
play area. Walnut paneled den has reached the ultimate mi mm new series on Negro history Introduction of a drive-in church on Sunday February, Itself theN. The. average hygiene; Processing of 1200,
Original price, $14,600.01,500 in Its F.brUlJ1I..111 on newsstands mortuary in Atlanta, Ga. The IgGa,at alo p.m .incom to J,000.. lOnety- ive applicants who will register;
(ash and take over mortgage at an Atlanta mortuary. ,. Excellent pay and frtog benefits now. behind the casket Alexander Stewart, scoutmaster per cent of the residents own with the QIC for orientation.
.pr -1/4 per cent interest. J. for a high school graduatenot The series will cover the plate glass wince for ,, Rev.' A.C., Chandler their own) homes. Only one JOC to worth considering.
Balance approximately$10,000.aymeat2.$9permonth.. You(; may laugh, you afraid of bard work. On-tbs entire history of the Black man easy viewing from the car. pastor. person was welfare, in 1960. phone number to JM-7891,
? Excellent pay and flog benefit In the United States from the Family emotions can thus be
fenced-ln back yard. Call for aaygatskibetyou' for a high school graduate: Civil War to.the present and kept private. fANU Prdtsstt TiAtfiri BfckCONTINUED Jested Ctarti Of M li
information: 768-9278, U not afraid of hard work On-the Into the future. I,n To the Black soldier In VietNam ,
'Qualified won't Ignore this Job-training. Shift work. Many Black teachers have already there's always two wars Howard FROM PAGE,5
-- }M-l/2 per hour. Apply 'in proclaimed the first to tight, the one against the Christ Plies Tee
fascinating story person at personnel) Office, St. article outstanding and are enemy and the one against Hut be B continuing series, which
PsycktlofY, '
Regis Paper Co.Between ".m. collecting the articles u they discrimination. The trials and would be "in line with the recommendations Choir No. i of Holy Tempi
'VETEIANSU.1n'!! ) bruar1SIPIA and 3 pra. Intersection of are published for use in classroom tribulations of the Black A Florida AIM University tt, ,the Church of God In Christ to
at Hecksher Drive and Eastport work servicemen arc chronicled In professor will participate to a President's' commission that having a'pre-Yalenttse-Tea'
M HIHET IIIHIII 'your newstandnow Road Is other stories, the magazine Black Soldiers Fight Two .conference j to find ways to Increase more Metro reporters and Sunday February >, from:4 tt
I An Equal Opportunity Employer. '.reveals how customer convent- Wars In Viet am." the percentage of Negro editors are needed in broad 6 p.m., to the horns of Mr, and
A 3 Iii' Interracial marriages ell be graduate students to psycho casting" according to William ,Mrs. tlvln F. War en, 12.5
TIE INTEIIACIAIMAIIIAIE made to work, u Dean Rusk's .logy. .A survey,shows that less H. Kobto, WETS vice president .West 22nd Street. The Gosp1
.; IEIIIIM, ILL MCIIIME Hick Jil.iirJFifkt daughter and her husband tare than one per cent of graduatestudents for programming The 'Ensemble. will furnish music.
proved, The mariiage: of the psychology are' program's objective: "To provide -, The public Invited.
IN LAUE'LI.TBEAUTifUL Iii Emits former secretary of state's Negroes a real alternative for the
AWNINGS IF mi daughter andaBlackman nearlytwo Dr. Joseph C.> Awkard, chairman Negro viewer as well as for ***** *
li Vkt Nil years ago made headlines of the Departmeatof the whit ,viewer, who now,
The Viet Cong am then the couple dropped.out Psychology at FAMU, will more than ever, needs to know Rev W.H. Jordan.
Ii of sight.'FIR ; participate in the conferenceconducted what ls going on la the black
CARVER PINESI Love Conquers by the National community."

f F1 lAGtE 'APPLIANCESUN joie Rusk' Daughter D1Icr1m1natIOD.Rta.4 MEN :.1N4' Jf|J JIf EN .Institute of Mental Health. The The mere fact that "Blackootnl" Receives Award
I IVY DIAICT I II scheduled for atleast
This Incredible !meeting will be held at Hama1tfilritIHyr
?'IIMN'.i INFIA '' w NY/A0 4a'e .Accents: Challenge ,ALL iCES$ (.' 'Washington, DC,:. :Indicates f tires'-more a success mat programs no one Rev. ",R. Jordan, putom ot
Naauui Story In the February .1. 19111.'hll'S.nic the Jordan Chapel CMS Church
Take New IMPROVEDNATUIt'TABLETS dared to predict In the early
TEIMS. I *rm0 carrel of Atlantic Beach received the
Read this Heut. ,
m Cmromree War.bIt issue Of SEPIA for that tired, read: EitarisStiiofnphtr stages d preparation. Outside' Distinguished Humanitarian
.cut 1 was required.Irtish' .
AN e$ down feelingthatkeepsyoufromenjoying money
/ PIUM Story in FebruarySEPIA Award from the JacksonvilleBaabes

i VULCAN INC. 4iPk. your Newsstand '100 Tablets life.$3.00; 200 Tablets EIM j jThetbitedStatesClvilServlee Works Skm Jaycees recently,

711.3471 On Sale at Newstands Nowl EMPIRE$5.00. $1.00 PRODUCTS deposit on&COD'SALES Commission! announces mat the j If j FANU's Art Gallery Auricii ItgioR

Dept: N. Broadway; receipt of applications for the '
NOW FSinl93'1. 60626 position STENOGRAPHER. TALLAHASSEE Fla.-AMrles Post No. 197 Will
2 BDR. .
All BRICK GS-4 wasresonwjasof January of exhibits on various
29, employment to Dahl art works by famous artists Ftbnry 7
Mitt
START TONM 'have been scheduled for displayin
TOWN County mmlyr:Applications will
.'" SPECIAL 20 '" ROOM ADDITIONS ;be accepted Until' further notice.. the Florida LAId University Jacksonville Post '197 of the
20 %
% Gallery during the year. American Legion will meet
HOUSESII' The schedule released by Dr.
f' Friday at I pm at the Post
U /ted,Time Only Range Alwninum riidinqtt NEED NEIH Howard Lewis follows: Febru Rome, 2179 Benedict Road.,
.
."I-Zl. Nancy Gum Paintings Foremost on me agenda will.
r ALL ALUMINUM CUSTOM BUILT LOVE* Money\ Problems? ,(Present exhibit), March a-a1. .be the 1989 membership drive
.. : HIT )SIN llffN! IN Let Me Help Yon. Florence Kawa Collages;April now I n progress All 19U
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Strictly Confidential.WAMCAIDE.Dept.FS. 4-30, Helen Evans and William membership cards have
.n ,Serin. ffMiis ( "Jff I" PLANVU1CAN Eble Sculpture and Paintings; expired. .
Box 61Ron6ebosch May 5-29. Harold Com Paintings Coming events are the Boys
.Inn. I tin lurs :,' "A Cape ; June 2-27,'Florida AIM State program and the Junior
1,)' South Africa Student Show; July 1-29 Warren baseball program. Preparation
i Parker Paintings August for these to a must..
AfflilfS' programs
Member> Expert Installation ,INC.\ 1-22 Florida Children Art. The post and the Auxiliarywill
Clamber of CommsrreThere's '' A contempaaryooe-mansbow worship at the New Bethel!
AnnouncingThi
Pith CinrsPird r )113:1(1: ,MINT' III'! by Charles White;a black artist AME Church on February 18.
It ] : : i.r (..0CONCRITt Opeihj 0"Sir. from Los Angeles, Calif., was I at 11 a... The church to located
EitUsiris i. 7II-347S' i -' exhibited during! January., at' Third and Tyler Streets.,
.. ."'. William Morris'commander.

: Anything In' Aluminum ProductilHUH. Begins a New
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