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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Governor Claude Kirk on
Friday of hut week launched
Into a two-day visit In the Bold
CAs New City and, when coming to
HARGETT ISREVIEWED the intersection of Davis and.
Ashley Streets,part of Jacksonville's -
mostly Black area,
spotted with ramshackle
buildings unkempt tenement
:dwellings with lots unrated,
windows unwashed, stopped,
BY FBI 'looked around and labeled the
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Negro section of this type u
"THE CROIK: IN FLORIDA.'*
Governor Kirk laid at ease

** suspicions, as< indicated< by
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Fla. Voters League I ** questions 'of Blacks who

Atliitic Ink wondered whether he might not
Weedsfeck Area be trying to ward off future
outbursts\ such u might have
IsWntti Heeded happened when Rap Brown
By
Ei-Jiftttr Request Ceifib, Sjwklesj ,,landed on the local scene. '
r .. He spent much time with loca'
By 'FBI With' Qnsttois. P o' "w'7 1 t 5 leaders'students and ordinary

J citizens lDth1I"chcklnnll1t" I
has become Justice, DepartmentFollowing capacity audience, it Woodstock to various cities In.Florida.
Bank robbery tops Center, greeted The governor visited local /
,. In the polls of crimes committed' Councilwoman Mary Singleton schools, talked win educators. .t SHe
la the Dsva1Couotyarea.,, upon the widespreadcriticism she did not understand the who, u presenter of tbe.second '' was accompanied by a Negro
$ .Smaller robberies have bent thedeclslon techniques of voting and did of four Town Meetings replete ,aide. l
} recorded Still leas important reached In the recent acquittal not Intend to record herself with television and radio; the The visit of the state's chief {j
1 crimes,have been listed. of Lee C. Bradley! in the death voting for Bradley's acquittal latter by courtesy of Channel executive drew comments 'of
Nonetheless. ,penalties have .last Lee made a recording of the '
summer Rudolph Kargett T, ably directed the meeting various sorts. Blacks were outspoken
t "been meted out. from a bullet said to have been woman's words., through an evening of questions and reminded Governor,
1 A. Black man, named III"a'leditll fired from a passing car on Under law, It .is seldom possible and answers all relM&r.JPlOM Klrkthat. more or less, I
'i" warrant u Certs 1 1t Old St. Augustine Road, the to ,bring a freed man areas of the Bold New'Jacksonville i/1 PAM leaders,are not seen except
t Bcart ough,4 a Janitor at the Vailed States Department ,of! tack td trial tor the lams government MRi c when some Involvement 1 might t tbe
: National Bank?: MJumttee dads week '.aaamneedai i orfe.... Doable, fcoparo woqld...PM1aIDI:'1> 1r 1 i te-.lW'r: < % fofsaefni1 ....J
r''fioga: ... "-\f } "'* ** S W J"t" ir"
Kre t.a eW6irurthe luvolvd.'p' r < t
that It is 1.ltW1llel21.IIIitt J" be tOUDC12.'.lO awsisxolibltebsd;,,' '/William J[* draft*, jr.J>ernandlna Beach lns&ffl r-rpilrmW' for" Southern Bell was honored; Sfum"clearance, slid the, 3 '.
; object eft'rldeeprad'oarc0 ,to doterminf*h th,f I federallaw -.'. "'>Har gett;.t,base*Mave Jastsammer 1 id: lilt*jwrsuance'of awl the, January 80 for' his heroic action last year in saving I levuryear-ffrt'from drOWJi1a'OIi; 'tuwt governor, was blocked by the
has been charged
and was talking with : ''
has been violated.< Implementation: ft.ordinances last state legislature.
action be .
\ this was presented one of the Bell Systems highest awards, The S11y.rYall iftdil.
from the
with stealing $40,000. Bradley was lcgTgtede by" a friends on the Old St.Augustine and t) the broadside dissemination The presentation ms bade by James M: Brown! of Jacksonville vice pr..l4ent"1DcI geaaialmaaacer strongly urged Blacks contact
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cording unanimous ballot ot the Jury Road According to reports a of Information.Mazy' '' of Southern their legislators to* passage
to a police report, \ Bell for Florida, at a luncheon ceremony In Fernand'na! Beach. Crane
car of white youths passed.
a payroll teller discovered the deciding his. tale on January representatives of city was cited for rescuing the child swept 300 yards from shore at American Beach. He swan ou this year
Remarks exchanged.Somestones
were
Tuesday morning of 23. government were present.Each to her pulling spars: tue, pon reaching the child, be lifted her Into the tire and towed her to
shortage Following the acquits many were thrown from among appeared to be appreciative of within 400 feet of shore. At this pointa boat picked the child up After resuscitator treatmentthe '
this The teller, charged tile who were talking with
cltlsens expressed Disappointment boys the Interest shown.GuecUcns .
with handling the dispensing of child fully recovered from the incidentVail.., Medal Awards, named for former Ame>leanTelephone
the victim.
at the verdict LynwoodLee though varied,were and Telegraph President Theodore II.Vail were created in 1920 to give recognition
pay-day funds in Jacksonville, of' the NAACP strongly Later according to records more or less to, the point. First't
to to t.1eplloD.1ndllltr, employes for outstanding acts of public service. Sloes the inception of the
alerted the head teller who, the whites returned
protested. The Florida Voters Concerned citizens asked about award, only seventeen silver medals have been presented to employee. of Southern Bell.\ The
turn, informed the FBIThe League, IDe.; headed by Sam Suddenly from the car,a ballet mosquito control, since mosquitoes :
award presented Is the eighteenth to be awarded In Southern Bell and the second for Florida
money Is 1010, 20, found Jones, spoke, out against the was fired, striking the victim.: exist her.lD the winter \
The Sliver Vail Medal Includes a cash award of 1000. In addition to the medal Crane also
loo-dollar bills.Scarbrough ,
This mvesUgatlontoUowsnpon months ditches ;
decision. Swamps, ,faulty
'ree.I'ftd' \; {
cltatlondascrlblngtne rescue.Crane's a native of Fernandlna Beach and a graduate
according to reports President Jones
request by
Developments! revealed that a sidewalks, garbage cans, came. t of.t local Ugh school He Is married and has a 2-montb-old daughter and the Cranes reside .. .,
lived in a room la the of :the 'Voters League torn '
the Negro Jurors, a Into discussion. : : .
one 01. .
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west ct Fernandina beech Crane has been an empl!'tye of Southern Bell since 1964, .. '
100 Block of Broad Street He woman was t.rr1h1apsetatt.r review. Farther action will depend Mrs Singleton presented all ,,, "...,11'.f: :-.,
has DO previous record. The the verdict was read In the opon the decision of the' officials and gave their parti'cular : -,, I ,
'city directory lists his address courtroom. According to Lee, Department of Justice. areas of Involvement. Nixoi ReqiestTirMalDowiAs Rape Victim's'Body .'
as lit West Dun Street. Re Time' was given to the under-' >,

was his family.not reported u, living with Urku leifveAuiil Plus FifthFehrury the steading answering of othom.Mr to. In Shallow' GraveOn .".. ,

Suspicions have led to the Singleton promised that 'Lew Level'JobWASHINGTON ODE LArIMER1
belief that the accused nun unanswerable questions would 1lus1nIl.matl'0cLI Latlmer Is'
moved'!tbe money by means of DinerThe 20 later be _.red. Ethiopia the first Negro to become i
"a garbage can. Be Is listed u Sheriff Dale Carton spoke of shall not stretch her hands to City OutskirtsTALLAHASSEE kind of beneficiary, In Jacksonville -
.dangerous by the FBI Jacksonville Urban capacities with the Federal, the need of extra policemenand President Mllon through of a. national program
The Burger King Corporation, League's fifth annual dinner government, Included In his stressed that, though the Senator Kdward M. Brooke, designed increase Negro
1911 Kings Road, was a victim meeting will be Thursday.. titles were: Regional Administrator answering of police calls Is a Republican, Massachusettswho '; Leon were concerned, Hamlln ownership of businesses npredumicauty
of robber last .week. The February f0at 7.30 pm., at. ',of Community Action bit slower than usual, there Is earlier this week, County Sheriff Raymond Karelin revealed that'Beagles! was a Negro areas
visitors, who entered at J....., the George Washington Hotel Programs Office of Economic considerable promptness. He apparently spurned what be identified, Tuesday, u the high school student In 1959 at Latlmer native of Georgia
.Identified u Negroes, scooped ,This year the speaker wit be Opportunity; Director of Special urged citizens to use the call called "lack of long-range murder, suspect; la the death of the time of the rape. came to Jacksonville 30 years
1797.02 and left on foot. a Negro woman here, a white He has been working for a city
tp the dynamic associate director African Student programs boxes"Installed over. the city African policy" on the part of, ago. Recently he purchased a
Robbers visited the Southern man, David Ervin Beagles, 28, trucking company for the past
Institute Matbls
of the National Urban Coalition African-American ; Councilwoman Sally the Administration previously white-owned motel!
States Oil Company 3610 PearlStreet Mr. John Deaa. Mr. Dean has and Foreign Service Dukomc.r emphasized the importance of Senator Brooke, vacationing .paroled In 1969 after servingsix two years. and restaurant at a, cost,,o'
at :4Sa.ra. years of a life sentence In Beagles was one of four men,'
last Friday served la this capacity since! United States Information asking questions1 and. getting"to in the Virgin, Island, nixed the 105000.
small the raping of a Negro coed at white convicted a 1959 and
I
.Th'loot. though ,
March 19S Prior to his Agency the depth of problems.CoumcUmanatlarge Nixon proposition, possibly the This new project comes under
amounted to $%5.00., They, too involvement with the National Dean is a graduate of Howard Eart M. second offer made ,by the Florida AIM University in sentenced to life impiteanraeit the government's! Project OWN.
Ml on foot, but warned the Urban Coalition, he served la University, Washington, D.C., Johnson reminded the capacity President since till new Administration 19S9. for the coed's rape. Project OWN is a program ,
manager to stay pat.: earned Pit Beta Kappahonors Bold New Monday, Beagles remained According to Hamlin his office
a lumber ot administrative where he audience that the stepped into the at designed to change the nature,
large. received call S
He Is married to the Jacksonville Is now represented' White House.. a on February of minority business, where
former Mary Ann. Franklin and by a professional group ofcoimcllmen The lawmaker said be felt The latest victim of rape and that a Netfo woman waswavl ig possible!: According to Jacksonville
Rev Johnson Of they are the parents of four and leaders. He felt that the United States.should Robinson murder was Houston Mrs.of Betty Tallahassee Jean at passing of the cars Capital at the Center Intersection Regional SEA Director

i children mat the Town Meeting aerie.l.I1Ddee4b1lpMlDcltbatnotblnl. be represented b1'' the State. see. truck route andSprmghllRad.Deputy Douglas E. MacAlllster 21 per
Jacksonville VrbiDLui. Department, .. cent of the local population Is
Houston Jim Bu let to the
body
.., an affiliate of the of value to the.cltixea will be Ethiopia will be till scene of was came Negro
St. Dies severly beaten, and evidence scene 15 minutes later and found
Stephen's and secreted an economic conference later '
National Urban Leagae #r
showed !that she had been shot. the body of the victim, Much of the Negro bus new
member of the local United Councilman Oscar MTaylor: Halle I Selassie is emperor andsupreme
Is in the form of barber shops,
The
body was found last Saturday 'Jbe body of Mrs. 'Houston
next
the
has announced plans for rater
Fund of Jacksonville,
Jolty'S.: Rev held at
functioned In Jacksonville since Town Meeting, to be Tbe meeting will known as OWN has been
the rants. Project
city.Sheriff the
and said the sheriff
of Stftepbea'sAMECharcB, Lreatha Johnson, daughter 1947 la the fields of economic fUptun's/ AME Church. the United Nations Economic, pave, extremely: active In cities where t
Fifth and Davis, died Wednes- Mrs. Ilef1CuooD&.fns,TexasBIT. ,- education ably steeredthe Commission for Africa, with Bamlh'denltd any Information also indicated that
Mrs Singleton :
.. ..-.- :Job development relationship between tbe the victim mlghttave been rioting has occurred, where
day morningtollowingaa health and welfare, housing and meeting to a close.. headquarters In Addis Ababa -victims white businesses have suffered
except Insofar the
of ....ia1.IIIGIIIU.'in a local"', other related social .."Ie.... Refreshments were served. capitol.. .methods of u Intoxicated from devastation

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;Ref. Johnson, ..c., !had, t lived satin u the'ofCamdea ', ; j i. ; ::_. ; Negro ,Apprentice Ranks r'r'In

city for sysars. Ha rl
served as pastor of the GrantMemorial i, AFl-CIO Are TripledAmericans ''i

'AM*, church Mi I
I,Olive AME Church and Payne MIAMI BEACH-The number and other minority r
Chapel ARE' "all, In. Jacksonville of Black and other minority youths, have been placed in
; I. groups In the AFL-CIO union apprenticeships the past nine
,Theaatlcoafykaarl minister a baa tripled In the way of ap- months through the govern'
eltlsea and elvteWOl'W.iU t preatlcehslps is the encouraging ment's Project Outreach.
watt u edacator filled I Information which was Outreach is sponsored by the
pastorates la Vernon Chapel I revealed la a recent meeting federal government, 1? construction -'
AMt Church Tedatery. of the AFL-CIO Building and emloos andclvllrlghts
Chanel AMt, Oklahoma City, :U. JOHNSON Constrattloa Trades Department group*" -" I
lid.Ja', Bethel__AD,Charca,I 1 p r" '''' la Miami this Wlek.Robtrlll.IlcClotteaaMtcro.. This Increase la- growth has.

'D lak is.e.; .,.&V, ,. Carter funeral:Home is In brought to I per cent the number
a*.... Mauoa vu a foraver-,- charge: of atraageauats tr oa the staffof the federation'scivil of Negroes and other minority
"i"" 4lq elder of the North I lacomplete at press tams rights department, said, group youngsters la building
pgthJes soyIB.DLfrktofJomJInprll. 'I Farther. lasarnattea saovMtescared .1 .'..'re oa the verge of something trade aaDreatkeealBS la U

-I1-r'., .;t., '" 'I as to V_mrtm\. : "., ', ', great.!: Cities: over the atttoa.:, There
':*rvtvtac are Mrs t tat chord or,,tVosa (fee faaerer,, According to Mcclotten more 'nay be a doubling, according.. .
Maaoa.' widow].Miss.2elma, 'I'J" .......-...' M y 0" than 2,400 Negroes Mextcaa-' toMcGlottea. ,

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Published by UM Florida Star Publishing Company I SELF-HELP PROJECTS BY WHITNEY YOUNG JJR.

v HBTORY WEEK
Y // t* II NEGRO
MEMBER
EDUCATION February Ml 11 Negro History Week and many schooi o

VOTER REGISTRATION around the country will be marking this annual event with
on the history of Black Americans.
special programs
AHTIPOVERTY PROGRAM At one tilDe such programs revolved around just a few tltarM,
NEGRO PRE4RNArJONALERIC I POLITICAL usually considered ..w.". Booker T. Washington, Georp
ORGANIZATION Washington Carver, and other perennials were rarely Joked la,
fijORAUTY the programs by such freedom fighters u Frederick DougUai

0. SIBPSOILjmGIHG EDITH OEUQUENCYFIGHTAGMNST LWmuv'IpI Bo15.cef this attitude U changing, and prominent'historical !

figures no longer have to go through the kind of

RUN IDOTEIL.CIiCeiJmOII MANAGER -- screening process that a1.'tI.o, t aggressive men who foudtf
y against the evils of their times.

MAIliNS ADDRESS ; CRIME! f Perhaps NenT History some schools Week toJah R"sprwormth.ftrst Black obserraaciof

tyrx graduate. m 1827. with Samuel Cornish, be founded "Freedomss ss"
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD ( lOU1' aJ.'' the first Negro newspaper In America. "We wish tol
plead oar own cause," stated their first editorial. "Too lac,

P.O. BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 hare others spoken for us ,
One of the agents for Russworm's paper wu a Boston clothlu
4D6RP dealer named David Walker. In 1829, be Issued "David Walker's
PHONE 354-6712 .. Appeal"a forthright call for Black men to strike for freedom
!ES9 He appealed to white Americans not to "watt until w. stall,

MIAMI OFFICE SOU ..1. 7th. AVE. under Cod, obtain our liberty by the crushing arm o! power."
Of course those who listened condemned him, and the slave
PInE 751-3179 system had to be toppled>> by Civil War.
There were many articulate Black men like Russworm lad
SUBSCRIPTION: RATE Walker men who! braved the terrible discrimination ofthi North
and the Immoral slave system uf the South.They were courteousand

One Year, $12.00 Half Year $7.00.Mailed To You 'r 'y + outspoken In the face greatdanger.To them, we owe mucfc(
TRUE WISDOM TO KNOW '
of what we are today r'. I'
Anywhere In The United States WHAT IS BEST WORTH KNOWING There werealso Black men who challenged Iherae tat C assu ,

Subscription Payable In Advance ttoos of their society older wayi. ',,, .
AND WOO WHAT PESTWORTH Next time you put sugar in your 'coffee think of HerbertRillieux /'', ;

| Send Check Or Money Order To: FLOR3H! STAK-P.O. BOX 599 DOING: a Black man, whose Invention of the vacuum Cup la V >
HtJ"'PHqa" u3 ''D 1848 ant refining costs in half, nuking large scale use of iugarv
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 a reality.

-' en 1 INVOLVEDI! Next time you put on shoes, think of Jan MatzeUger a Black
man who Invented shoe lasting machine which he refined to
the point where U could put a shoe together in a minute. Ranks
let's Help Save Leadership Resources BaBBaBBaaBaaBBBaaBBBaaBBBBaaaaBtfBBaaBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBaaBBBB l BBBaaaaBl l to Matxeliger the cost of shoes was cut in half and Lynn, Mass.

became the shoe capital of the world:.
The nation was chocked last year by the assassination of the' i' Black doctors pioneered too.
late Dr. Martin Lumber King Jr., and later Senator Robert F. : i At a time when heart transplants are. making'' sensational

Kennedy 'first-rawing candidate for the presidency\ of the headlines all over the world. U Is good to remember that uV
United Stales. first successful heart operation was performed In 1893 by a
Tbea last month an assassination of Edwin T.Prattthe noted : young Black doctor< Daniel Hale Williams. .
executive secretary of Seattle (Washington) Urban League came i ; And countless lives have been saved through the development'
as a shock to many of the friends and supporters of the work of I, HOROSCOPE GUIDE "' I of the first blood bank In 1941 by Dr. Charles Drew a Negrowho
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the National UrUn League. Pratt was shot
cowardly on January was socti an expert on blood plasma hat the British.,
26.Threats i: : government and then the American Red Cross, sought h1a''
hare bean made upon the lives of other national, state, .. services during World War H.
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and community leaders by alleged crackpots.: 'r; p Inventors, freedom fighters, frontiersmen, pioneers, business'
Something must be dine to appreha.td these dastardly killerspnmptrj e. By PAILQ The ASTROLOGER '
.. L men, scholars-you name the field and there's been Black man
and with dispatch., They should be tried Jortnwln In
I who contributed to it. The past-and present may be. stained
the court of law. If they are found guilty they should be meted t -
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: by oppression, but there 1s> also mac to glory >b.
out rigid pnnlshmeit to fit their crime. i WHICH ARE ;. >: ',
YOUR LUCKYDAYS I. ; It's Impa/but !that Negroes and other Americans be aware of
lock: how it Is to to I I
long going take see that the killers of Dr.
the great meu at the past so that, by emulating them wt can
King and the..late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, are brought to have great men in the future too.
Justice., : fcORARIES
We can't afford to see the best minds and dynamic teasers i'.BM
killed by persons woo feel that It is their right to kill anyone Tko College Surfeit Speaks

who propound a doctrine contrary to theirs. These murderers I JNES-=-IQVE, -TRAVEL. s The North may have won the Civil War, but the South'appeari'
of fine leaders hare set back history and caused a lot of sor.ow
T .
to be the
Indignation by their nefarious acts. These hldJigand sniping! :................... .... ...i..............------r-----------a ... L I winning educational peace.WhW Institutions in Northern and Western areas
culprits must be stopped low. ---------------- ... 1
continue to be plagued by rioting, the South Is compa.atlveljrfree
of such discord, and both Black and white bigotry which is

e ToRih.' :McGlll' g : i- \:: : .7a I a' CI'II'.IIII.JlU' : 'I"Ufw rampant toJthe.Souar.Iul in the Jtorm do not rear their demonic beads so.often ntie

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t. southern Ypurcalsm{ ,Ralph McGill,of the' m '+ a '' .Ii'W- IiI rIIN t.EC; nourro rAn acquaintance: u, who" /."..,lived both, Ja the North and In tilt

Atlanta' Constltutloa passed on to his reward last week following ; : : 23r; .22l! JAN. IStl South notes these" .eyuctal: differences between!: race relaUpos
two heart attacks. As the Psalmist said it, he reached his threescore If s open Tinfe"to In the two areas:.
years and ten. ."n! some Try again. The opportunity The Negro has technical equality In the North, while lacking
Ralph McGIll was the sage and wise symbol of what the new one again. cannot be that somehow, seemed to getaway any real standing--good, bad, or indlfferent-in Northern com-
southern white men should become.-People felt that their da/J< to $, : we may from you early in the. munities. His Southern brethren at least have a plaie, of sorts,
'weva not complete without reading his colunasnlly: ou the scale to \) ..,we are of month should! be seised with in their communities. ,
trpnt pw of the Atlanta Constitution.. unusual powerful, both hands this time. The new The Negro In the North Is a symbol of goodness, evil compliancerebellion }
The Biblical prophet would lave labelled him "the root oufbr But the lunar phase decrees that you Christian forbearance, revolutionary impatience,
dry ground," "!hit balm In Gilead". and Corinthian's "faith, stability coming any re- should gala prestige and In a brotherhood, hatred-but he Is not considered a person; while
hope, and charity." But, of these three,charity was the greatest.: Indicating behind .. may may, financial way If yoa can keep in the South he has human' regard however stereotyped and 1
The charity which McGill referred to by his Journalistic pen Ignored tt be some friends from meddling. patronltlng. I
was the lore o: Jesus who>> taught that all men are brothers that you who can 'Interfering or in some way Many of the supposed<< benefits for the Negro in the North are
by the!
the commonest is teenagers creating a diversion. Illusory; the South la several offers him better d.saL
teas amongst us Just as precious u the king.. course, ways, a
log pushed,,
It is. no \waodar that )(r.' McGUl created enemies especially: vised to :., in the wishful thlnke-s, and there The first point makes reference to the Negro's status in the ,
when he opposed everything called for by Henry Woodfln Gradywho panions : many of- really shoulda't be any in this North which l is largely theoretical Impersonal The Black
made himself tams>aa with "the New South Speech." rather than out : be sign of practical thinkers, will man may be good la the North for cheap labor or to help All ,
Ralph McGlll mal be laid to rest, but'! not his words:*'They will all its 1. If live may alone.a wind up with nothing other than out a political machine and the Ian may protect his rights.'
.re-echo throughout eternity,\ ,\" brewed. the danger the customary illusions or da.liuions. But he has no real place in the North. Like the protagonist
,. S zo is ", it until In Richard Wright's last novel, "The Outsider", he 1s cut off'
engage .that I ZO 10 BC 94 IOJllllili from Northern society, a stranger in his own land, a persona
Schibtrt's Ffitisy Discovered.' : wise one. fruorinm non grata in an area which supposedly\ went to war for his,

Every now and then something Is discovered which sheds more IOZ The South at least
40 .; has bad a place-albeit a bad one-for its
light on the fine arts of our times, as well as those belonging to POII Negro population. The challenge there.Is to Improve that place;

.medieval. and ancient history whereas, the North has no pace for the Negro that caa be
manuscript of fantasy for the' piano; writtenbyTransSchubert 2111. improved.
.
,. has been found and authenticated in a major musical .Tbe hour loll III. Related to the Negro's lack of a place In the North Is his lack
discovery. The work whose existence had not bean known, turned tunity which : 21fl'FEI 111! of personal standing there. '
up 'among" other musical materials in the attic hale In Knltte- elusive all 1M : The dehumanizing influence ot Northern living has made him '
laid in southern Austria last May. Bs first ptrfromaoce will be may be Yes, it's time. If you hare, but another of that area's symlols bogeymen and stereotypes.
given this tall in Cm.B nlng of the the of us checked rash: Impjtos: :jp to He is .something an Irishman or an alderman.
appears that Schubert wrote the piece about 1817 when be Rivals will 1IIIta Just where now, you're tobe congratulated.But policeman, or a felon, yet Is no one.
was SO years old sad It was unfortunate that he died at the age and have or serious < with the advent of the New Be Is thousands of persons compressed Into one but be is not
of II In 182$.;But during this time :Ms composition career was with them get had done> Moon, !there will be no necessity one. He is loved or hated as a group, but unknown as;an individual
fruitful, because. he left behind lieder sonatas masses, operas, away the .. is one of' to hold back when you have He Is the projection of what whites like or dislike in themselves,
and symphonies.A act swiftly self a plan of action that Is at once but he Is not a person. "
music expert, Walter Dart, remarked that the U-page ,oar.. This .l Tog, bold and workable. This time: 'The South bests the" North In i third ? real
fantasy was "a brilliant and amusing piece" which takes about when aton. on tt may be your problem t* advantages to Black way B often
fifteen minutes to play. While not one of Schubert's greatest does. The will 1"I' when restrain the other half from benefits. people, compared to the.North's' spurious

works; it is very satisfying: .' so finely & arise la making a move in the wrong One ol the Southern advantages is the
Things of historical value often turn ap in the strangest only say- H"f, as Scorplos. direction and get gag enmeshed North's ducal color-blindness Negro college. (The
will
places, and we are thankful that this fantasy,was discovered.It.adda win. Those phase : ; ahead of in a rather confusing situation, Institution.) not permit such a.useful,

to the knowledge: of, man concerning a great musical friendly npp trying to a spirit- B Cold be quite costly to get The racial turmoil on Northern C111\11U1111I said to reprised:
composer. quence to prevent' things stabilised .for,botIa.' revolutionary protest, but that disorder belittle
thaian may actually
the old
call upon It : what date. bringing up adage more than i0 much misbehavior
World News bight J- 30-18- But deceptive ounce of prevention la worth W11Ia college lUe.' growing out of dissatisfaction!,
until some of. a pound of cure, tt also II.. The dissatisfaction'appears to spring trout; ..
I the'ItIdtDb',
NEGRO! PRESS INTEitf ATONAL_ of somewhat of a gamble to defy
Inability to keep with their
school
I I thinking. influential people who have access .. anaMrstandablt dislike lip : work cotab1DeclwUla tllelrl}
STATEHOOD BY '80 of mixing with their white opponents.
,- 3ZO to all sorts of strategems
.
SAN JUAN (NP1)) If everything goes well, Puerto Rice to succeed and whichare beyond Negro colleges' would offer.these students u omortuntty. to
proposes to become the Slat state of the United States In ipso, .4 -10 ''I I i t the reach of ordinary mortals proceed. at their, own pace and the chance*t.., ... toghettota.
according to Its new governor Lois A. F.r A. 'The 84-y ar-old MM Hat <.cos :'can: d,, cue's best. tIIe..b. At these colleges there II DOcODtrOftfl1
Black
chief, executive noted that the Island commonwealth would be -'; 1 .1. .1t.1l.3.noiSCES. oar control" tile edacat.lCIIIlp'oceu. as that's IM wait
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21st already is.' .fl -
"ready to assume. the financial responsibility of UJ.Ita1ebood" / I "
I Militant students who find 'so much
providing two other I key factors are met-the desire eta Barriers : : wrong wit (integrated
colleges outside the
: { Couth would, 1 believe. be much babbler in
majority for statehood and Congress' cOllllOt.IilRTCURBS' : re
of the So.tllera
new Negro colleges. which would that
meet
: at wry nee*,
Mercury that : / are not bells fulfilled ........ .
once again, going Mia FEI J e Both 4.? other **rutll s:'Northern states purport to
NAIROBI'"- (Npl) -, Kenya Tanunia and have of phase :
Uganda overpowering / I ) a till Necro'side. M sales taxes and wIIJh
simultaneously imposed a money curb on persons quitting any necessary .... that ) of' action, 14 ",' MAI., 2H4: lilt tile poor till hardest, are. Tpteally much living rinth2 Nora
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of the countries for To halt the |: This Is ,,
good.- massive outflow of capital, things to be 1 Tine moves on.The Mew Moon UllalatllelocA:: '
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the central banks of tile independent Black nations have slashed that ] becomes may be likened to the aoarhandi .bd wage ..**!..e** and''pnllbmeltl art less prevaleat
ta half the sum each fatally la permitted to take on emigration. official f i to rid;i ( a clock indicating boars ,ln the South than they are to the North. ,
OrlglnaQy families were allowed maximum of $UIOOlC, Ir taken Into also ) : ," that,. la tarn, direct tar Tarthermore, the economy of !the Soutb- speclally hi 'such
the amount is limited to $ ,900.' are not apt ( ... "'' _at-'i activities of h.au011I large cities as Houston and Atinata-da booming. while may
the way at the large cities la the North
GETTING BO OF HIM ; aad otter thlftgs.: b your cast,'I& have become economically: atqDUt.
Those who or -. As a result
'be the a eollsg.-eda aced
saoment to "
:; may step Negro ray cwortunlUes.for -
,
IALBBUKY
( of any'
NPO The
real reason the minority-white- Interested in at hud. away from tat spotlight and to profesatoaat advancement la thtfcZft rise .it
,riled government of Xhodesia shifted the.... NdabantnglStthole or spiritual! J ctt, tar order," III lost sooMhwtrt (a the sideIota. the North.. 't -- '-'tr 'codR ,'
from a local Jail tot sefr.et place of detention early hut month should also have ]( .. a taco The reason may be two- : 11 111 the Roru.-..' more ties .1a W scuds-.wore tae t t
was that It was working up a case against him for "Incitement teward to select told. >B' would give away. aepportaatty "progress' has ...aocompaaled by. .tloadrgariest.r
', to awwtor" and two aUtftdty related cb r.... The 4-year-old withoet flit can'. to relax from the mess,. "gemre,' bigotry and talk of a bialy revc1m1 r
.t. ,JMMBat 2Saabw. sUmW r-t rad-pollOclaa, and leader of the 'blamed, oUtesjct fl >r ... a' evergrowing tensions of living By contrast, the SoeJh Las beta eo..........., grac.hl ta'alIuISoII1nc '
.. African National and
rjUoa (ZAIfU)) ;: lilt -
was taOctodMVMk harmony Its
.. : aid ,competing.s .. agr a attadd wan/ 'lbs Berttl ea tbs oilier'
S ,. a U:tbs:)..ebarges. which. carry death. PIIdr. ..10. N., : sn .,ii : ., MO', ':: :70.1799.76.340: tveryooe'swetaasbi'equtl head, bas sought to presets racial egsWq!bf poariag. alt en

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I "Soul Seminar" By Ex-Lax And Nurses In Rochester Draws Capacity CrowdMt. 11.




Olive liptist Weata Lmck' 'T 1 For The, Scholarly"" Picas Laid For Attractiio I'

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Got OB Big AIII.I For March 9 Needy Yovngsters To CareersNEW

YORK, N.Y.-ThUllfI" essential to help communitiessolve
"lit oft" Women In Action" occasion by the contest d of the future u well M a new their problems whether
will be the' theme of the large queens The Mt. Ollvecrownlng spirit about prtftat-dajr It be nursing or In any other
number of women workers at was held Sunday, February nursing came alive at a nurse critical area "
Mt. Olive, Baptist Cbireh. t, between the hours of four recruitment "Soul Seminar" 'Immediately following I the
Fourth and Myrtle, when, 'on' and six. The queen,chosen from presented at James Madison one-hour special assembly In
Sunday March 9, they will many contestants, will reign High School Rochester N.Y. Rochester staged in cooperation -
present Impressive.program on Women's Day.Enthoslutlc Marking the beginning of an with local school
of action for all of Jacksonvilleand contestants for Intensified national recruiting authorities, 51 students Indicated
for the neighboring area. queen were Mrs. Ron Ashley, LiA drive aimed at dlsadnntaged 2 that they wanted to know
Two dynamic leaders will Mrs. Florence Daniels Mrs junior high school youngster, more about nursing personal
serve as chairman aid Edith Hunter Mrs Jiaalta the seminar was sponsored by' follow-up effort has been
cochalrman, respectively. Everett, Mrs Willie M. Jones, Ex-Lax Inc., In cooperationwith instituted by local ntrslng
Miss CeLestlne Di Dots and Mrs. Mae Frances Harvey, a the American Nurses' organisations.The .
Mrs. Eartblean Crump Mrs. Jessie U. Johnson, Miss Association and the national "soul" of the seminar was
A'large Steering Committee Patricia Holloway. Mrs. League for Nursing.The 'defined at the outset of the)
is working assiduously to make Thelma Harris, Mrs. Verdell swinging seminar was multi-media program by
the program a success Dayo Miss Carol Lewis and held before 1,500() students In Cornelia Porter a Black nurse
Glamour will be added to the Mrs. Almeta Lundy. the 70 per cent Black high educator from the University
Mrs Bertha Carter will be school. It was taped and filmed of Rochester. Hiss Porter told
chairman of the affair:II u. ,,111 Rochester Station WHECAMTV the students"Most Black people
PersonalityI F. Hayward will share honorsas for distribution to radloandTV don't have to be told what soul
cochairman.Mrs. r stations throughout the Is.,.we've all got soul and we
Tiny Thomas will be the 4 country, The first stepln /know it. We've got soul because -
I principal speaker for the 1 national coverage will be the of the way we have had
morning service. Music will sending of a recording of the to live and consequently we
be furnished by the dmrch's Seminar to 100 of the leading know what hurt 1s. Let's think
Scholarships for academic achievement are awarded to two mathematics major from Reddick for being" In (he lopnvYcr
Choir No. 1. Black radio stations of soul as compassion. Compassion -,
freshmen young women during the local chapters of the Alpha her class. Geraldine Williams Is awarding a scholarship to
b Other participants will be: Kappa Through this national effort, is the ability to sym r
Alpha
Sorority Founder's
Mrs.. Annette Rogers, Mrs. Ford, chairman of the Rome Economics Day programDr Clinitat! Angela Casoo, a sociology major from Jacksonville for having 'Ex-Lax and ANA hope to encourage pathlte deeply Black people
Wllhelmlna Baldwin! Mrs LAM University is Dlvisiontt Florida the highest average of the freshmen class during the fall disadvantaged need more soul in nursing:,
making the award to Gladys a
Glasklns
I rr Helen Bruce, Mrs. Sarah quarter. youngsters to consider nursing people who can: understand what
Dickey Mrs. Dorothy Crews, as a possible career. Cur.enlly pain of all kinds is like "

Mrs. Clandy Felton, Mrs. WEDDING BELLS Progressive Bapt. S.S. Aid B.T.U. only three per cent of the
Connie Oree and Rnetta Best nursing students In this countryare Missionary' Society

The annual theme is "ThereIs Johnny Lee Shepherd 1404 Ezekiel Sault, 270 Osceola St., Black while at the same I.
A Task For Everyone."Rev. Grothe St., 18 and Jacquelyn 52 and Lutlcla Dennis, 170 Os Executives Meet !II Lakeliid time Black Americans And ChoirIn
.J.... Dlxon Is pastor Laverne Hawk, 2107 Davis St., ceola St., 41. comprise 11 per cent of the Sun., .
All are Invited. 19. LAKE LAND The State Baptist Church will outline the, population Program

Sam Holton, 415 Dewdrop St., Sunday School and BTUConven- convention's plans for the "We believe that this The Missionary Society aloof
Appear II Charles Moore 2297 Edison 65 and Nell Carolyn Williams tlon will have the State summer meeting teamwork is a significant stepIn with Choir No. 1, will sponsor i
Ave., 20 and Elaine Harriet 6347 Rosa Ave., 19. Executive Board meeting hereon Re/. J.B. Adams of Belle the solution of community a program at the church
Brooks 1374 Prince St., 18. February SI. Glade, state chairman of problems." said !Dr,. Judith pastored by Rev W.L. Clinton,
LaRase Yvonne Jones III RII Kiiflt Shin These are' auxiliaries to the education will give outlines of, G. Whltaker, 'le.uUvedlreetor Hart and Brady Streets Sunday
above was selected "Miss Willie Dessle Sapp Jr., 1928 ENGA6EDMBS" Progressive Baptist State the work of the board. Rev. of the American Nurses' As at I p m. airs. Helen Tettair
Personality" of the month by The Mary McLeod Bethune W. 30th St, 24 and Mildred Convention of Florida. 'J.L. Stephens of Fort Myers, sociation. "Here we have and the Telfair Singers will be
the Sunday School of the New Elementary! faculty's .<:11001'ensmble Louise Smith 4918 Walcott The Harmony Missionary dean of the Institute of Methods private industry-Ex-Lax: ,Inc., featured airs. Telfair will ....
Bethel AMU Church recently will be on TV station Ave, 23. Baptist Church, Rev W.R. assisted by Rev M.J. Williams working with a non-profit the speaker. '
a: Frank Donaldson Sr. is super WJXT Channel 4, Ken Knight'sprogram Lovelace, pastor, will serveu of Tampa will presentthe enterprise the ANA to helpa Communion services begin at
Intendent. Re Elijah Jonesis Sunday morning, Paul Marcel Laurenfort, 716 host Rev Lovelace is also curriculum and faculty community meet a major toe church at 3 pm., with the
parlor Each month a young February 16, at 8.30: a.m. Court F. 23 and Tunic Mae the second vice president of the setup. .. need-wore nurse*. We believe combined choirs singing Rev
lady will be selected. Mrs Rose Lynn Watts is Davis 716 Court F, 28.Sophisticated Sunday School Department. G. Rev. Columbus Bridges of the that this kind nf teamwork Is The public invited..
Miss LaRose was given her director. Artiste are: Mrs. W. Scott of Jacksonville and First Missionary Baptls I
her Rose Barrow soprano; Mrs Church of Winter Haven will
title because of outstanding Rev. Leon T. Freeman of Bar-
service u secretary and Octavla Brown, Mrs. Shirley 12 tow are district presidents. give information relating to the
organist of the Sunday School. Baker soprano and alto singers 'Unfinished business from the general annual sessions to beheld
The young lady Is an eleventh and James Oliver tenor last annual session will be a next month. The two' Now: pure relief for "h
grade honor studant at the Mr. Henry Jenkins principal Meets Feb. 15 ; r part of the agenda. Plans will district presidents will be in
William Raines Senior High of the school y also be made for the sessionsto charge Rev. Same, genera dry, problem skin
School. She Is active as a The Sophisticated! : 12 Club will! be held at Fort Myers in president of the state body at )Et t
Chord
majorette is a member of the Ephesns ) have a Red and White Ball in July.Rev.. large, will preside during the VASaiNt*PETROLEUM JELLY gives your
concert band and reporter for the home of Mrs Mab'i Jean Isidore Edwards pastor formulating the program kin the richer moisture it needi for {
the Ladles of Raines Club. She Lists Annnal .Mincy, 6523 Tburgoad Circle, .of the Friendship Missionary eeeeeeee protection from chipping, from dry
Is the daughter of Mr. &lid IIr.. West Saturday, February IS, uhy-g-ray kin, To keep your iklnioft.younjerlook
Louie F Jones, 1747 West Ninth at I p.m
Tea Insist ""'h I "A
Valentine log
rIKB" on
irenulne
Street Jacksonville. All are ask*J to wear-red and MBS" *
PAULEITIt X331
*' Jl. OWENS J jlerr 'Yas
The Ephesus Home'and school white. Mrs LoUie"Waly Is Qled """+ 'E asl'e6d
-! t ? Mr MirfSoothers Mr. and.Jtr ?Paild3 ttweee it k4I a
Abaci 'Poweh'Will )! will-give h'pl st+'alnt1 Tea.. president aq'jlltt .
Sunday, February 17, la'the Is reporter .' w"" Sr, of 2124 Fairfax Street an. yI" ';mote thsnt r
auditorium 2760 Edgewood The public Is invited. nounce' the engagement of their I : other bundi of

Get Assist Avenue from 4 to 6 p.m. The .. daughter Miss Patricia Marie petroleum jelly.,
tea Is a benefit program designed Edward Waters Owens to Mr Roger Henry but youi kin U -
to secure equipment for .McMillan of New york City. worth lit I Y
From Ministers the school. A program will be College Sets Miss Owens Is a graduate of

WASHINGTON.- If the Rev: presented by the school and its Palflc University Forest
Jefferson P. Rogers ,o" tlM friends. All are invited. Deadline l For Loans Gro>'e, Oregon with I majorin
psychology and has done
Church of the Redeemer
Presbyterian, has his way Edward Waters College graduate study at San JoseState trr ,4
Ministers tr1F
Congressman Adam Clayton Baptist Department of Student Loans College in San Jose Calif. She r i
Is at the home officeof
Powell will get assistance In Welfare and Placement has employed '
the raising of money to pay Wives' Alliance announced that the deadline for New York Life Insurance a1:
the fine of 325,000 levied on making applications for educational Company as director of their

him by Congress.The Meets February 11 opportunity grants and/or Human Resources Development ,;
minister said that the national defense student loans Program/ Miss Owens d de di 1 1i
Minister Leadership Training The Baptist Ministers Wives has been tentatively set for developed the initial program
Program, headed by him, will Alliance will meet Monday, March 20 and May 1. and presently coordinates the
and
orientation
contact its chapters in Mettles February 11 In the home of training 4 sac"'
for help. Contacts will also be Rev. and Mrs. W.E. Young Mrs Nary Healy counseling of bard-core rDUKE
the has
made with civil rights organisations !- 1203 Spearing Street at 9.30 applicants company
over America.He p.m. All members are urged Appears Illig made a commKmen4 to employ.
will Her fiance Is the son of Mr e
said, "Our actions to be present.The .
and Mrs Fred McMillan of
Inform all black people held
.rYlto January meeting was t
New York. He Is
em-
Queens ELLINGTON
that they must begin to fight in the home of the president, Concert Sunday j
for survival and political self Mrs. C.L Williams. Officers ployed as an aerospace engineer AND HIS WORLD FAMOUS ORCHESTRA i .
Mrs Mary, 'soloist with Sperry-Rand Gyroscope
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determination in every way opento elated
were JACKSONVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM II
member theMt.Morlab AME Division. Mr. McMillan Is a I
them. Mrs B.W. Williams was Church will be presented in a scholarship graduate of WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY- ;iO P.M.
The kickoff will take place on chosen as president Mrs. J.
musical recital Snnday February Aviation High School, the only
,
February 9, with Congressman B. Klnchea will be secretary
I PRICES-400-3,00-2.00 I
16, at 7.30 p.m. in the one of Its kind in the United
Powell u the keynote speaker Mrs. G. Hamilton Is treasurer :
B3.
and his
auditorium of the church at States received
Mrs S.L. Badger will be financial TICKETS ON SALE AT AUDITORIUM AND DOWNTOWN
Oak and Stonewall Streets. Rev. degree from New York Institute TICKFT OFFICE. HEMMING PARK. ALSO AT THE COLISEUM
Abyssinia Baptist' secretary.The J.W. Jones Is pastor. of Technology In Aerospace RFSfNVATIONS ACCEPTED PHONE AUDITORIUM' ]M,2041Tkk '
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waswellattended. .
mailing t 0. A< r Mrs. Henley will be accompanied Engineering. .
Mrs. N.B. Williams Joined. C"" AWIfM I?1111 e/H.A.-"'.Ih1P.d ,.rylp/
Choir Plans Spring served by Verdell,Jakes of the The wedding date has been i
Mrs. C. Williams re-
Miss Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist set for Sunday, April 13. 1ge1.
assisted
'I freshments by Church Clarence Felder of St. Vows will be pronounced at Mt.
Tea Snnday Leander Simmons.
Paul AME Church will be a Olive AME Church Jackson
On February 23, from 4'tc special guest and will render ville. Your professional beautician .

6pm.: Choir No 3 of the Grant' Memorial several selections.The knows the answer. .
Abyssinia Baptist Church will Amy Robinson Young Cosmetology Class .'
sponsor a Spring, Tea In the Women Have Women of Mt.Morlah Churchare k't
home of Mrs. Annette Cobbs sponsors. Friends of the '
910 Dew 1ft Street. Tea Board will serve U hostesses ,Announced On FJC's
Among. participants will be: Record Church Mrs Ablah B.Sbehee, president Y

Mrs. Mamie Jackson Mrs. Grant memorial AME Church's of the Conference Branch Cniberland I
Dorothy Byrd, Mrs. Llul.IIcCaltsterl.lIr..IlamltCoIe.. Founder's Day Tea was a Missionary Society of the Campus

success. Mrs Callle COM and Eleventh Episcopal District of Jacksonville University's! Why does some hair We Cover More"' rCI'erch
man Mrs. Mara; Daniels Mrs.: Mrs: Frances J. Moore were the Church, will serve u nar College of Fine Arts announces
Mildred McKnlght Miss In charge. Dr. A.:. Reddick Is rator. Mrs. Frances 8. Harper that auditions for music break off when
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Beverly Jackson Miss Shirleyand pastor. of Mt. Vernon Baptist will scholarships for the 1968-69 combing
Vas McKener, Johnnie Services at the church start present the artist.'Others will academic year, will be held (nips. NeldielsAuiversariu.

Thomas, Leotrice Thomas and with the Sunday School under appear. Saturday, February 22, from I.
Julius Pugh. the ,direction of I..V. Boss, 9 a m. to 4 pjn in the Recital Your hair is precious and delicate...and none of us like to see' lift? Priinss Mete "j'
'Mrs::Alberta Jackson is program superintendent, along with Us Fla.. Memorial Hall of the Phillips Fine Arts It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that'excessive use
chairman Mrs Johnnie staff and officers. Building of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often Clil PictinsThan (Attics mi) j
Mae Law is president. Rev B. Dr. Reddick win speak on The deadline for making applications are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But
L. Wynn is pastor "&.0.1 Faith Regained" In the Alinni Sponsor and addition hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaksoff

; morning service and on "Rimof appointments IsWediesday, In everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes Any Other rt;
Mrs. Estella. '''lee Your Horlxon" la the evening Homecoiiing Trip February 19, according to Dr. when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? Photographer

., Choir No. 3 and Usher Gerson Yessla, assistant deaD Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and ,
Board No. 8 win serve: during the Florida Memorial Alumni of the college. tangles so easily that It should be softened before combing. In Jacksonville Fla.
Hosts. Camelia both major services. Chapter of Jacksonville: Is Persons who may apply fora Otherwise. unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to ,
sponsoring a round trip to the' music scholarship Include: the shaft $nd ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed :1"
Ladies Club Lily White Lodge Florida Memorial College's any student who Is qualified. softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break- hill; 9 Aa: -s '.1. SII'I, 1lii3ii
Homecoming game In Miami. for full-time stidy In the age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely "
:Tb. Camet Ladles Club will 126 Sponsors lea The bus leaves (fee YMCA, Bachelor of Music or Bachelor on Claird" Hair-So-New* spray-on creme rinse., For combing 711-3211 (Eifiiifs
meet with Mr. ElleDa Lee, 5700 Cleveland Road Fridayat of Music Education curricula; ease and for beautifying your hair In many other ways, trained '
4151 Moocrlef Road, Apt. 10 Lily White Lodge No. 128 will 11 a.m. art' from the Myrtle ,entering freshman students who beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol! products. for

Tuesday' February 1I.IUp.m. sponsor a tea Sunday from 4 to ,Averse Braaeh Library were In the upper ball of their your, specific needs. 101 SMITH, FASHION: STUDIOS I
Business will be completed.Mrs. 6 p.m. at the Acorn Community ;Thirteenth and MyrtieatIll Ugh school graduating class; Visit your expert hairdresser who wiles about your hair care ,
..Pe rl Jefferson wm be Center 1010 Acorn Street. All .noon. 'and currently renrolled lid and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems,
co-host. Mrs. Annie Hartiontopmident are welcome Rev. John Payne r Information can ho' securedby transfer'students who .have at only your professional,beautician knows the answer for sure.
Mrs. B. Frailer will be the principle apeabr.1L. calling 76S-9H4 or 7653N9. least '... academic average, .CMrollnc.}M? CowIegy01 Clairol 1SIMS lacers: Tu litiris.r
It reporter. Rosa Raglnls president ; ,Dr. Yessio said.


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I 1 Rev. D.B. Barnes Begins Pastorate At New Church Peace Missionary Baptist I



Hampton Alumni Ebenezer Guest

Coiicilwonei Mary Siayletoa Widely KIOWM Mfifster Plus
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At Ebuezar Methodist Sviday .. I 4 I Services for East Side Church


Councilwoman Nary Singleton Coiacllwomaa Singleton M1 Rev D.B. Barnes, formerly will be adminisb.red by the
attended Hampton for two,eu.. ,
will be the principal speaker pastor of Gmter Sweetfield
The leader received theBachelor's Baptist Chare*, Is DOW tb*
from Florida .
t degree 1P'L' spiritual leader of a new congregation
are i AIM IIIcIlla former Devil the PMC Mlssloniry -
County teacher Mrs SingletonIs Baptist Church located at
of St. Pius
a communicant -- e'ear Jessie and Van Buren Streets,' '..rteL"
Catholic Church and is activein .
on tile East Sid
number of civic and social -
a
for years
Rev. Barnes, many
organizations putor of Sweetfield, resigned

1MBS. Mt. Calvary from cently.his pastorate there re-

The minister, prominent IB

Baptist Will + y city and stat religious t '
activities, alone with lire. '!liH,
Host Ushers Gertrude Barnes, his wife, has ;, \,
released a program to UM t'fl-/

MARY SINGLETON Mt Calvary Baptist Church, Florida Star outlining a few oftfi I '". .... ,

Sunday morning, February 18, Spruce, and Dora Streets, will mtny-f actdpr.ognms. lp'REV.
for the Jacksonville Chapterof be the scene of a mass meeting planned for the church .d'" ;,"
the Hampton Alumni when,. sponsored by the usher board The Jacksonville Chapter 'of the National Hampton Alumni: Hampt lau daring the not few weeks. A chapter meeting with All are Inrlted ;
a the organization holds, its Monday, February 17, at 8p.m. Association will observe Founder's Day during the 11:00 a.m., Dr. Edward C. Kollmaa, dean of admissions at Hampton The Sunday School begins at .D.B. BARNES
i Founder's Day program at Mrs. Gwendolyn Jones will worship service at Ebeneser Methodist Church on Sunday,' Institute, has been scheduled for February, and a delegation 9:30 a.m. with Mrs Barnes U
Ebeneser Methodist Char eh. preside. Rev. William HW will February 16. Rev. E.W. Newman is host pastor Wendell p. from the Jacksonville Chapter will be In attendance at the Southeastern -; superintendent. No 1, District No 2, District
i read the Scriptures Deacon Holmes, Jr., lay reader, will preside. Delivering: the Founder's Regional Conference in,Charleston, South Carolina, Special consecration services No. 3 and District No. 4 will
East Florfda.BethanyUshers Henry M y De r will lead tII.pray.r Day address wll be Mrs. Mary Singleton, member of the Much 1 and !. Wendell P. Holmes, Jr., chapter president, 1s of the choirs and ushers will sen*. Mrs Ron Grant, Mrs.
Joan Robinson will bring Jacksonville Consolidated Council. Participants the service on also president of the four-state Southeastern Region.Mrs.JoyceLawson take place in the lower area Llllte Finn, Mrs. Viola Tat and
t Hold Confab the welcome address Mrs E. Sunday will include Mrs Rebecca Martin Mrs a Joyce lawson ,. Jacksonville Chapter vice-president, Is regional of the building. Deacon Dan Mr. Geneva Wr Ice,presidents,
f ,. Jackson will respond Mrs. Miss Myrtle Turner, Mrs. Johnes tine Young and Robert Peppers assistant secretary. There will also be local representation at the Tate and Alto Terrell will be will make their reports
The East Florida and Bethany Marva Wright will give a solo The chorus o! the William Raines Senior High School will be 'meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Hampton charge. throughout the day.Mrs Barnes
Baptist Ushers union will meet Miss Alveda Wright will give beard In several selections The Founder's Day service on Alumni Association in Richmond, Virginia, March 14. Rev. Barnes will deliver the will report for all children.
I at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church a reading. Sunday will initiate a series of activities involving local morning message Throughoutthe Mrs Tate,. superintendent of
Monday night, February 17. Mrs. Virginia Curry will sing. day Usher Board No. 1, the kitchen, and president of
Rev W.M. Hill Is ,pastor of Miss Shirley Jones will give a Mrs Roele Grant, president, the D.B. Barnes Club, asking
be church reading President Mary Heard Dr. Stepkei liptist Sponsors and Choir No. 1, Mrs. Doris all members to meet with her
Usher Board No. 1 of Antioch of the District Ushers Union Joseph ,Reddick. Gray, president, as well as the after the morning services.
Baptist Church will serve.Mrs. will be la charge. Mrs Mary D.B. Barnes Usher Board, with Rev.: Barnes asks all choirs
M.K. Heard is president. Rev Williams will serve as Oal... Church Services Mrs Debra Day seas president, and usher and all members to
B.H. Hartley Is moderator. program chairman Mrs. Lllll Endorsed will serve during the day. ;accompany him to st. Peter's
.Mrs Eloise Wright is reporter. Wright will be co-chalrmaj. For Bishop The second anniversary of Baptist will be present,as well Mrs Manra Salary will serve Baptist for services Monday
Stephen Baptist Church and the as Rev, J.M., Bryant and St. at the console during the day. night. Rev. B.F. ,Addison Is
second anniversary till Mary. At 3.1S p.m Holy Communion pastor.
pastor R./. B.F. Addison will On Sunday afternoon,February
I A..E.
By Confab begin on February 18 and end IS, at 1 p.m Rev. W. Mitchell North Side lAreriti Will
on February ahd the Little Rock! Baptist
Each night, ministers, con. Church and Rev WL. Jones I
Dr. A. Joseph! Reddick, pastor Joseph Slnchet, young gregatfons.oftlcers and singing and First Corinth Baptist will Address St. Matthew Creep
of Jacksonville's Grant ministers, were enthusiastically groups will be present.' be present. _

Memorial AME Church, was received after delivering... On Sunday night, February. On February 24, Monday,Rev. Mrs. Will,* F. Dennis, Mrs Christine Mack, Mrs
unanimously endorsed by the sermons. *'.Re,. R,L:- Wilson and West J.C.. Sams and Second Baptist I director of the North Side Johnnie M. Brown, Mrs,Ver-
District Conference of the AME Disciplinary topics were Friendship Baptist and Rev' Church and Rev. T.R. Lee, Library, will speak for the netta Clayton, Mrs Daisy
dJffJ Church as a candidate for bishopat ; handled by Rev. F.R. Satchel S.M. Cation and First Samuel Sprlnghill Baptist Church, will Usher Board of St. Matthew Clayton, Mrs Irene Henderson,
the enthusiastic meeting in Bishop G.N. Collins,presiding Baptist will be present. be present. Baptist Church, Moncrlef at Mrs. Mary Drlggtrs,. Mrs.
f r t tI South Jacksonville last week prelate of the district, .was On Monday, February 17,Rev. 28th Street, Sunday, February met Toombs, Mrs Minnie
Presiding Elder W.F. Foster present 0.A. Price of St. Matthew Sapr. FromJerusalem 16 at 4 .
Home p.m Cook and Mrs Mattie Albertte.Mrs.
I : A NATIONAL MOM TlUPMOfffCAU HI,H w opened the conference at St. Among visitors present were; ,tilt and Re,. Barnes will bepresent. Mrs.' Dennis is widely known Emma Watkins Is
\ Matthew AME Church, 2069Comraunwelath Rev. F.C. Sanchez, Presiding On Tuesday, February U a church worker and an
: : O/U"AlISn Rev. E. Mob- Elder T.E. Shebee, Rev. ".B: IS, Rev. J.W., Johnson and educator. president.
.
d icy, pastor Elaborate plans Bruce, Rev C.E. Toston andRe Philadelphia Baptist-and Rev. Miss Martha Williams will beth Church
Rev. Willie Edward Young,dynamic Ephesos
had bean laid for entertaining ,. C.E. Jenkins. El. Norman and Redeem pastor of Tabernacle guest soloist. Music will be
the hundred who attended. The conference adopted a Church will be
present
Baptist
furnished Miss Brenda Hue,.
Do you have questions about tile biggest crisis Tev. Ru'us Shanks and Rev. special resolution praising tilt Rev. VS. Peoples of the Baptist Institutional Cburcreturn.d The welcome by address will be Plans Regular
our nation has ever faced, the racial crisis? Decently from a tour
pastor, officers, members andf.iends Magnolia Baptist! Church and
Sarah Coleman.
Mrs.
of the Land. Rev Young, given by
Mt. Mortal of the church for the ,his congregation will participate -. ., Holy Clubs invited include the Helping Senices'Sabbath"nlces
Do you have suggestions you would like to make arrangements made for the as well as Rev., Bit,
.
Black and the white ,' Band, Mrs Washington, for the Epae*
to the
leadership about how- 'v : 'Hartley aid.I the) Friendly ,
*" 1 Will Heier rjconfab 'president; ShsrraI'Social and
i sus Seveath. ;
.Da.ll.dYentilt
to lOin It?, Baptist Church Wednesday.rOD i :
on
ty Saving Golden Rod Social .
Church will be held ,at the
Do you want to hear what other ordinary citizens AH Fenders College Pork Brooklyn Thursday and Rev night H.B. Miller New. Yi Club, 2G Community Club,Pine academy, 1760 Edgewood, I
ask people like John Lindsay and Btot.Je Forest County Club. Sabbath School begins: at 130
and New Jerusalem and Rev.
Founder's Day will be celebrated f Mrs. Sadie Terry will serve
Carmichael and what sort of answers they come a.m., with Mrs Gladys Frederick
lOa.m.
Sjnday at the Mt.Morlab Sunday School begins\ at R.W. Jackson will be present. as dean of hostesses.
up with? Mate yourself heard and hear it all AME Church, 09' ,Oak Street. with, James McCutchenln On Friday, Rev. J.C. Finney Mrs. Ruth Clark will be associate superintendentin
on NIGHT CALL, the new, nationwide telephone charge. The lesson topic
Jones Is charge. Deacon Price will hem n and the Greater Jerusalem
Rev. J.W. pastor mistress of ceremonies.
call-in for the
r' show day is "Resistance toControl"
Attention will be paid to the charge of the devotions. Other persons scheduled to .,
Rev F.D. Da/is will preach'At Callahan Church The morning worship
founder dine church and Bishop appear are: Mrs Rosa Glbb,
begins at 11 The
: P.H.TO 12:30A.M.: Richard Allen,first bishop and Valentine Tea will be held' Mrs Rosa McQueen,Mrs Julia a.m. pastor.
WRHC1j:30 founder of the connection, at the church from 3 to 5 p.... Will HoslMissionary Turner, Mrs Virginia Sams, Elder R.B. Rairston, and associate
elders will
'aJ' jfcr,,,. Frldor Sunday School begins\ at 9:30 Funds raised will go towardthe MeetThe Mrs. Christine Campbell, TIll Young Peoples'Missionary, officiate.
drive for for the
a.m. with J.H. Jackson, super carpeting
Call Clllict 212-,149.3311The Intendant, and hit staff, In edifice. MM. Annie Gophlln is Volunteer Hour will begin at
general chairman. one-day session! of thee Rev., W.'Young New Church Of God 5 p.m. Prayer meeting is
At 11 the
charge a.m morning
United Methodist Church service begins.\ At 6:30p.m.the Choir No. 1 rehearses.Wednesday Union St. James Missionary traveling with other ministers, Wednesday at 7.30 p m.> The
Released in cooperation with the evening service will begin The at 7 p,m The Junior" Baptist with Association will Pleasant convene spoke most enthusiastically of Announces Services benefit Valentine Tea 'will be
the Mt. ,
National Council of Churches Young Women of Allen will be choir rehearses at Spm. the tour and chronicled many of atlpmVisitors
National Catholic Office for Radio Television. in charge Mrs Mary Mealy ,Saturday. Baptist Church, Callahan, with the places visited.Many friends A new church, the Church o! are welcome.
Florida Council of Churches will appear In a Concert under Mrs Julia Haynes Is reporter Rev. WileD as host pastor. helped the minister to mat God, with Rev. John 0. Lister
the auspices Line Young Women Rev F.D. Davis is pastor of The m.ettnc"W begin at 9.30 the tour. Among many places as spiritual leader, enters the St. Peter's Baptist
of Allen the First Baptist Church.. .a.m. on Wednesday, February visited were the Sea of Galilee, third of Us opening services .
19. Rev:Watkins is moderator Sunday at 11:30
Captrnaum, Mt. Carmel, a.m.
Mrs.. C.I. Williams president Jacob's Wen, Mt. Calvary, Rev. Later Is holding temporary FealiresMisiciais
j of the Women's Auxiliary. All Leiarus' Tomb,Christ's Tomb, services in the House
workers are expected to be Sampson's birthplace.The of Rogers Building,4313 Avenue
present. The women's program two-week's Journey, according B. Sunday Scho 1& begins at 10 The St. Peter Baptist Church
will begin at 2:JO p.m to Rev. Young, was a.m. and the First Baptist Church

more than Inspiring, beneficial All are invited.Friendly of College Park will feature
Spiritiil Vegetable, and enlightening several singing groups on'

West February at 1:30 p.m: ,
Tea At St. Peter Baptist ,Church is

Side Us.enU located at 1737 West Third
Peace Tenple
lEIS DEMURE Margent. Bnrnettls president.
A Spiritual Vegetable Tea will 1101 Meets Jeffery ,Newberry Is vice-
be held on February 23, at 119 All news should be in the Florida president, R.-Hicks, secretary,
Unfair West Church Street the Star Office by Tuesday at Ip.m, The Friendly West Side ushers Mrs. Devotes Balsden is di
Housing ;Peace Community Spiritual If you should mall your news,' Union will have the revival hour rector. Rev.'_ E.M.. Tolbert. is
Temple, at 3 p m. All are It should be mailed Monday so at 1:45 p.m. in St. Stephen's pastor.
Invited Madam Peterman and. that It will reach our- office by AIm Church. Rev. J A Johnson
': Elder Davis ar* sponsors. Tuesday. Is pastor. Mrs. Marian Ford
will be mlJdn.loc.r.mooI. Veterans 3131
Phillip Alback Is -esldent. St. ,
i Stephen's United Choirs and the On Saturday, February,13; at
Isn'tUnfail Let's Choral Class will give music. I p.m., officers and members
: stop of the Gateway Barracks 3131
Nnrchison Teiple will meet at the home, 1509

wasting America'sBOYPOWER Kings Road.: .
/ C.M.E.. Plans Spetcal information will be
; "
; % given. Refreshments will be
f"ty served by the Ladles Anlliary.
>
Second
:; k;" ..; Quarterly All ladies ar* asked to attend.
; Msrchlson' Temple CME
Church will hold Us second E"lgeiisl.Mick'
1 Quarterly meeting Sunday at
"'It's; '> IllegaL : 11 a.". Elder M.H.BarenswiU Honoree At I Sunday;
be la charge At 3 p n. Bishop
: : Young of the Day Spring Holiness Birthday Fete
.
,',.-,I.. <* '' } Rev S.E. Odon Is pastor. Evangelist E.M,.Mack: will be

:: honored Sunday, February 16,
: ; from 4 to 6 p.., at a birthday

: j ;; t St., PHI! Ushers celebration Flossie Mlckereoo.at the. horn 2SO of West Mrs.

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: 1 0 r':. tern Street.

I Announce MeetingUsher Participants on the program
"' '. 1'\\ \ will be Deacon Comalmm: ,
." Minister George Grown Minster

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: Board No. 2 of the It. Flora Bell Williams sad

:&fmul& Fair housing is a fact. If you live under a roof or want! to,the new law covers you. { Pad' AMS Church will hold Km Williams. Janes DougHs" .
HTHWV" '!- Find outwhat the law says.Write Fair Us business netting Weekday will sing.AH .'
: HousingWashington DC.20410 .
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} light February 11, lathe are invited.
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I CORE Chapter Rejects Compulsory Unionism And Endorses Right To Legislation i




I RigIts' Workers Tike Steps To < Negro Manufacturers Expand Atlanta's C.... ... Co1ipaey ,I:

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Return Vokatartoa To Statites :,v. \ :''' l' ;' '.ii".;..t:' j Gets Support From Woolworth !


WASHINGTON A major captive by the union, has to pay : Officials of thi Cannolene after-shave..lotion,a natural

Civil rights group has indorsed the cost of actions which dis- .. Company, a Negro-owned ,hair sheen spray, and natural I

Right rto Work legislation to criminate against him. J manufacturer of hair products, easy comb spray which Mr.
ou raw compulsory lalon Ism Larson said, "the action of the predict the company will top thelmlUlon Cannon says have Joined the-

and drawn the praise of the Western Region CORE Is of ,, '. .JO $ sales mark In 1989 hair products line la some
National Right to Work Committee major significance since it Indicates with the help of national retail Woolworth stores.
'
for its forthright stand a growing awareness chains that give support. "We have the most modern
In support of this important on the part of Mack working Robert 0. Cannon, president machines srailable In our plant
individual right. people that it it not in their of the firm,esprsssed graUtuda'' In Atlanta and base createdthe
Reed Larson executive vice best Interests to enhance a to one of the leading chains type of attractive packaging

president ol the National power structure through which F.W. Woolworth: Company, for that Is so necessary today,"
Committee said, "'lbe Western the prejudices of fallible human its "candid ,u ceslioOa" for Mr Cannon said "After
Region of CORE: (Congress On beings can be brought to bear improvement of packaging and proving to the Woolworth Company -
Racial EqualIty) has taken a against the employment opportunities merchandising generally that we could meet all

major step in the long-run d any group of They gave as the confldojce requirements, got only
battle to restore voluntarism people. Compulsory unionism to gamble with our dollars," packaging but also dependable
to the union movement,an action does exactly that It concentrates he said, "We developed delivery and service we were
that Is In toe best interest of 14 the hands of union a attractive packaging for our treated in the same manner as

all Americans and, in particular 'officials enormous economicand : line of hair products with Wool- any other company. They did
in the interest of minority' political power.Regardlessof worth In mind as an outlet and not Imply that they were extending -
groups." the hlghsoundlng promises our sales last year were 300 us anyspeclalconslderatloa
The National Committee is a< made when .that power was per cent ahead of 1967..' in fostering Negro entrepreneurship -
coalition of employers and sought these individuals will The Cannolene Compav, They are merchandi-

employes with single purpose: inevitably reriectthelrpersoull: located in Atlanta Ga manufactures 'sers-*nd this you need."
protecting the right of workers prejudices when that power is + r ttak a line of iS different The Cannolene Company has
to Join or not to Join a union wielded. This Is precisely what beauty products :or the ethnic worked out a wa/ for students
without losing their Jobs. is happening! in the union movement market in the South and in at a vocational school In Atlantato

The CORE resolution, today N sCa major metropolitan centers reap some of the benefits \
released by Ben Howard, vice Larson pointed out that around the country,backing up from their new line ,"The
chairman d the Western Herbert Hill, Labor Secretary: with strong print advertising Mystery of Black. The

Region said, "Whereas it is of the NAACP said in, 1965 programs, and last year with company signed a contract with
widely recognised that unions In the THE ANNALS OF THE national TV network commer- the students to manufacture the
have failed to take affirmative' AMERICAN ACADEMY OF cials. distinctive bags for tDMr

action in the fight for equality POLITICAL AND SOCIAL Recently the company intro- cologne and after-shave lotion
between white and black and, SCIENCE "As long u union .duced to the market a new line ib the evenings, while going
"Whereas current legislation membership remains a condition sA"i'd tom ailed "The Mystery of Black" to school! by day.

is Inadequate in alleviating the of employment in many which Includes a men's cologne .*
problems of blacks u relatedto trades and crafts and Negroesare -

labor organizations, .and"Whereas barred solely because of

in most labor organizations their color, then trade union of the Can- *, Woolworth, b"Jrr' In the picture left to
black discrimination Is the decisive r NEGRO MANUFACTURERS: EXPAND Officials! r? W& are Cannplene's -
people are factor in determinng whether nolene Company of Atlanta, Ga, discuss expanding production Robert O. Cannon president; Robert Lewis advertising VETERANS1
merely captive members forced of hair, director; Woolworth's H,H. Evan
line and William
schedules and advertising plans for the company's Giles of East
to pay dues to organisationswhich Negro workers in a given Orange New Move In for as little ae: 5Q
beauty aids and the nevr "Mystery of Black" line with J.H. Jersey, manufacturer's representative
have
offer only token (If any) industry shall an opportunity -
opposition to the forces of to earn a living Baltimore DOWN
bigotry, hatred and discrimination. "Two years later," Larson Receives Unsung Heroine Award NegroIs
said, "I told delegates to The
'
."Be it therefore resolved that California Negro Leadership First To

'the Los Angeles Chapter of Conference in San Francisco, : t
Receive
CORE favors enactment of The advocacy of compulsory; .; 1t. ; : Leadership
legislation during the 1969 unionism regardless of its BALTIMORE Dr. Arts T. I

California State legislative! short-range promise in termsof Allen, physician In Annapolis

session to Include a provision political support for civil ltd, bas become the first 34 bedroom plant with 1,1 %,l r
giving every.citizen of California rights objectives, ultimatelymust Negro in the state's history to 2 bath end garog*. .
protection lathe exercise work to the worst interest receive a leadership position S Modem schools,'churches end a complete
of the right freely and without of the Negro minority. Today's the GENERAL Assembly 'C

fear of reprisal, to form Join re-examlnatlon of this issue Toe medic was chosen at a L ESTATES i
and assist any employe organization bad to come, and it will be caucus ot the Z3-House Republicans LI

or to refrain from such repeated across the land. to be the whip for the 71 iO RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-168S '
activity." "It Is also highly significant," minority party In the House. ,.j

In California Howard made Larson said, "that the language, ",
the release with Dick Rohrer, of the CORE resolution virtually I

a member of the United Auto Identical to that issuedby Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans
Workers (and publisher of Rank President John F, Kennedy
and File, a newspaper opposedto in his 1962 Executive Order

the compulsory unionism, giving public employee the Right ,Af r "Mv 11\" a 4w ,
foliclra of the UAW.)They said,' to Work. bThia same language*. tltlt'd rpk u.1l ,
,., ,Is no' .emhodl8dinWU>, B 8cUnii: .. ', .
""The CORE :action-it eslgnlficant t. ...:t.tt' I'\' ', "':::> .
blow at the concept of in both i Congressional.Houses 11 f I'. 1Ij1Jr.! ,. I ., '. /1

compulsory an ion II m:Under' in Washington which would establish 'J '. /t'". s
present conditions.If you quit the the Right to Work as ','
union lose Job. Black law by Congressional legislation. -
you your a ..,
workmen who feel that bf unionis .
practicing discriminationhave The Western Region of CORE :1:1t
Includes California, Arizona, .
no choice but to supportthe UNSUNG HEROINE New York attorney and supermarket executive Cora T.: Walker receivesthe
Oregon Washington Idaho and :
,
organisation which acting I Amsterdam News-BaUantlne's Scotch .Unsung Heroine" a'flrcUor outstanding comm tnlty '. !
Nevada. Howard is also chairman -
against their own best interests. service from "II" Brands' executives Dan Cheifetz and John Enoch Mrs Walker was saluted ,".
of the Los Angeles Chapter.
In effect the black worker held for her work In establishing the country's first low-income consumers cooperative, a 10,700 J JH

square foot, ultra-modern supermarket Harlem's Esplanade Gardens housing complex
whites lecoau Heienry Citizen Deeply convinced that big business had faltb in the determination of "Little People" to do for -

I themselves Mr..Walker successfully convinced the Litton Industries Credit Corporation to ,-t1' !j; '
extend a ISO.OOOunsecured line of credit to the project. She then turned her legal and creative "- r '
j Of, All-Neiro Tow. Of Okli. talents to organizing community support. Her efforts were so successful that the co-op never t 'y'f.fi I a' rt 1

had to use the Litton credit. Today some 4,500 shareholders have more than 1262,000 Investedin '. 'It'j" -:
BOLEY, Okla. CNPO) A it's new restaurant chain" the co-op and the supermarket is doing so wU that the corporation considering a second .-
Fare Bonanza.
dozen public and corporate officials "Hickory by store and such other projects as low-income housing Self-help at the co-op, however, is not
The central Oklahoma Economic -
including\ actor Lome Development District limited to Just ownership. The store also provides Harlemltes with one of the area's more
have become the first extensive on both the clerk and levels.
Greene on-the-Job training programs manager ; r
service .
COEDD is
:( ) a organization -
named honorary
white men ever
of this afl-Negro town, established to work with James Farmer Tells
citizens
and assist local agencies and CENTER
60 miles east of Oklahoma City. SEAFOOD %
authorizes in obtaining aid for
Occasion ads a groundbreaking ,
.
Industrial growth. Nich.Sta4tsAbout ; 1
ceremony for a new factory, N MYRTLE A'VE
COEDD was able to assist
M.W.Lee Manufacturing Attitudes jr,';,
d "
In the financing
obtaining
Company In Boley and a banquet Boley LARGE MULLET 39
u'II
for ,
and government assistance
BUCK SHAD
In Shawnee honoring Bartlett Oklahoma water and power lines and other ANN HARBOa-FormerCORE! Dr. Daniel Hale Williams (1858.1931)
Governor Dewey utilities necessary for Bonanza chairman James Farmer told an SPECKLED TROT 69' lb.

and officials ,of Bonanza 'International's expansion of the audience at the University of : BLACK SEA BASS 59 lb.
.International, Inc.
Michigan that ,"The most meaningful -
Lee Manufacturing Company
1 ,The banquet was sponsored thrust in the Black : GEN. RED SNAPPER 95 lb.

by the Central Oklahoma Economic : facilities. community Is toward ethnic STEAK FILLETS .t..98* lb. He performed the first
Development District PoetsRecognized saiddthe ,
Grabbling coheslveness Further, Till fUll LOCKER D"'.
(COEDD). dynamic leader"The Black Sulleps............... lit. $1.65 FntUiint.*" "_.t.S 1.51) heart
successful
combining
In a partnership enterprise la commnnltty must work toward ; Inns Crab Leg ... ,Ib, $1.65 Snapper Clank ....... Ib. 7 Pr .operation.On .
of private
the forces becoming a viable, power-. Threats ......
assistance to .mui S.uth.rn lull 4. Snappm Ib. I"I
government
with revitalize a small (population School's Journal wielding ethnic, entity." ......... Crab -t.... 30'..' for an education.Pan f

600) pourt-r Iddn town .GRAMBUNG La. Four He lectured la the newly- man was rushed to Chicago's: Pro\ Mont put liimsdt through .1 I local academy. 2
,
C.e
created U of M Graduate School Fancy
H OOayearV : toil. t: Hospital with a knife wound a fraction: .
(medium income poems that won national intercollegiate $
Bonanza International has tentative recognition are of Business Administration as Crabmeat Fingers ..........12 or. 2 of an inch from' hf. heart. From isionsln: he went to .

plans to expand: the Lee included in the 19 < edition of part capitalism.of a course in Black 1 SPEC WHITICRAIMIAT.. .-...................--.:--.. Ik.'1*- On duty was thii hospital' young| and with the help of J prominent unity. s

Plan. ."Scrlbia," the biennial literary Farmer emphasized that the \\aAW MEAT ............A...A..I..h.t .. "'.'2" (founder Dr. Dan William. Instead of Pan Vl'illiuii entered Northwestern
If circumstances' Justify, the Journal published by students administering the usual sedam'e* and jMedicat $h\: ,\I. He)cradiMted lln II.: $.J {
will be expanded within in the of Black community has moved Dr. William summoned" .ix of and" opened .an othce/ : on Chicago's
plant five years, from nine employesto and Modern Department Foreign Languages English from an interest in integrationto ..............................} his prayers colleagues: to help him make history, ,. ,.$.;lIth liJe, .
salaries an Interest in cohesion, | l \ hur- In $'' Willnmfounded\ the'! Presi
about M, with average at !
I of $ ,O a year., Grambllng College.Primwhnhtg poems Include'Gwdire has mainly failed because to close desegregation the Income : rlIIIN'1. PAVE ,Tit| TI Till Tl SETS: drugs.:! : 11,1n"'I.slrl.w..r.
Smokaroma little known medii;it to all i ati.nte .II1J I'h\'sid.m rei;irdleMi
The Lee Company in the Tavern" and ) >
I ,r.,proceu will be wed,with some ,"Cowboy Sam", by Loree, gap between whites and Blacks, : ; tool at thtf:, time! Yet, with (treat iltll, of rue or creed. y
j added refinements by Bonan- Jackson Mansfield, and "A and discontinuance because U failed to bring !j LOW PRICE [ Df. Williams i performed the impossible) From l'hkn\<'iIll.lI1I1 w a* i'tiled to ''t J i
a of the Black
I Wish'' by Barbara McHenry the first successful: heart operation And Wa hinc.ion: to reorcince: : anJ head the
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modititn heat until jonlonto
over % cup popcorn .
tender Blend IA U cup IfewBlnqiilrk
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soup When it add remaining pots ,
bolt test tm raturr of rn.rf.fine. pope
log, stirring constantly
and stir 1 minute.l Stir lit sal- Reduce-* to -nun. Partially cover pan and shake frequently and ,
servo
until DOPII( Ia atopa. Remove popped corn from pea
and lemon julof.
mon pt'tUI.' without the addition ofmarjariive or alit Make about 2 quarto.A ..:
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llnmiisl tusk chops| oxikcd lit a trixiw brown, with rich Pour ,Into Stir 1 cup pan New ...-
innniv iirmt to Imlli-'mor' In nn imU'HtnMf tiamt Handy cva|>- and the" water with Cake to Please a Man
nr ilwl milk dm** double duty in preparing; thin gnat dinh An it quirk
IHHIW mil from llu urn? it etmt the, chops for breading with fork to a son dough; drop by
i rimtlw-mi egg l is m>id. And it muken the mHrvi limn nan gravy, S or I spoonfuls onto salmon
Spited! riiliiiiipUii or fried npple rings mnke an attractive platter mixture; Bake about II minute
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Pork Chops,and Gravy HONEY BEE AMBROSIA Saturday night or after-theatre entertaining oa a brisk winter's Bigot BonUUUlsM

(I |pork chops 'I I tall ran (13 (I. on,)"rvapo. 4 medium oranges chllli-4. hearty, heavenly Provencal fish stew, is a .perfect choice for. Catherine of friends. UN
1 11 j cup| fill fur f rIng rated milk (I % cup) I medium banana gaiety of UN occasion could be underlined by a centerpiece of whimsical free-torn French

'11 cup Iwinpixm tin"> drIm salt 'nd crumbs ,.1 I lablesto tablespoon| on&flourkl'lt minced l onion / cup orange Juice crystal figures 'Flak and fowl forms. Including a delightful pelican,set off the elegance of
< / cup honey the cut French Crystal wine" water goblets. The condiments are passed satin finished
fat in a l large skillet liver low heat Mix trumbs and aaltIcptliir t tablespooM lemon Juice crystal ,cruets. ..and tilt, erJs, n salad is served la a French Crystal bowl decorated with an
in M..urP of the
a shallow |IMIU. tan rap evaporated milks
and (tuna into another shallow pan. Dip| pork rhnpa, one at a time :!/4 cup flaked coconut' uusual cattail motif EnD the free-form crystal candlestick adds a note of Informality. An
into .the evaporated' milk, thin into the *'rum", 'coating well on Pare oranges; cut Into thin' earthy contrast to the Icily elegant crystal, are the hand painted Faience plates, and pottery
Kith .aid-., Fry breaded thiiHi) (in skillet\ aver medium heat until, slices Place In large' 'serving "seashells. Irish linen placematt.set:off tae pecky pecan.. finish of the low party table and
well browned on undersides then turn and brown ten' pecond side .bowl.. Peel banana; t\Into, ,napkins are large site. '.4, '" Bell and Stanton, Inc.
Cmer skillet with t lid. turn "heat low and rook rholll| slowly until :thlrt slices In bowl with orange .
tender, about 4t minute. Remove. .from heat Remove pork ichopa. slices, Mix fruit f carefully.: ,' % *rj ," 'TFamily' ; ,
to a platter and keep warm, Stir: onion and flour Into the dnppm Blend orange juice, honey.and ...:..- : Fan FOOLPROOF FISH COOKERY
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in skillet Slowly stir In the remaining l'/4: tupi evaporated milk lemon juice; pour over fruit. ,
plui any milk left from mating thous\ Stir and cook until gravy Sprinkle coconut over fruit. Most ,J bon ernlel1'oVercook
m thickened Add milt and |N>pM>r to taste Serve hot with pork ,4 te I servings. (How about red A reader writes "I'm ooflkjng for'a family ot five and suffering
chop.| ServeiB ." .. maraschino cherries on topnIII" fora tired menus. Can J'OI1' help?", One' of, the menus fish and seafood. j
well .hare with this friend printed It's fine meal So ivy the results of research
h } r for a wintry evening Eacy, .:..The Ham = can be prepared conducted by' Booth Fisheries ..
( :and, refrigerated ahead, they baked at, dinnertime. The fruit the world's largest producer and ..;
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I dtlmpUng dessert .Is made at;'the. but minute and cooks while, processor of frozen fish.. r i
R I'. iT.. the family r.ats. Other _esUOM'we like to puts along for "70%'of women who dine outorder "' 1.\: j' ,
family dIn1'Ien-mova to the dining room, bring out your moat .' ,..\ .AY_ ....,
fish seafood

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placeman light .Uwoaoc A' little stimulates
gay ea. showmanship .
f There ii probably no dessert more tempting than a
rcr'nA.S appetite and conversation. Any more questions, anyone spokesmen But they pfien freshly
I'd "love to help.* >. s i.DCntE produce unpalatable results when.They baked cake swirled with'a homemade chocolate frosting. This
'. I "' mandarin dark beauty hat been frosted with a mocha frosting and then
;'w' \ can (11 ounces) prepare fish el home This
r.E R M'A.k K ,l *> FOll orange. segments them from serving topped with a shiny rich glaze for a shadow effect. The
V discourages
.II frosting which gets its deep chocolate flavor from Baker's
: Ham>v LoeJ I ,1 can (I ounces) (rose* it families
their
to u a. regular
l Peas land Carrots orange. Juice concentrate, '* Unsweetened Chocolate is perfect for a spectacular basedon
P.I-=-- Tossed Ocean: Salad' ty 1 cup ..alel'rap meal. fish three 8-inch layers, but may be used with two 9-Inch layers
cooked la
14 eonuttarcb.I Properly succulent -
'WESTERN CtNTER CUT PORK CHOPS : M SunshltW DesWrtHAM'LOAF cups New Blaqulck tender and flaky. The Double Chocolate-Frosted Cake

\ F Fr ..', ." -' 1 teaspoon cinnamon secret is to begin early In the 4 ,squares unsweetened 2 teaspoons instant
-, 'f' I f4 pound gretind cooked bam. .W tup milk cooking period to lest for done-' chocolate quality coffeeVa
:Yt pound ground lean-pork, In Urge saucepan, combine ness. Remove the fish from heat vanilla
{ teaspoon
7t5e t leg *' fruit (with syrup) and orange M soon u the flesh flake easily cup butter I. teaspoon '
!Yt cup tt>"* Juice. Blend water and cornstarch 6'Acupt unsifted confectioners' saltmilk
when touched with a fork. This ,i cup ( ) '
qfrt cnrmha. bread ;
J4 dry
J4 cup teaspoon pepper' '' V nut. 'Cook,' stirring constantly may be anytime from sis to sugar 3 baked 8-Inch cake layers

until mixture thickens and twenty-six minutes alter cooking' Melt chocolate and butter over low heat until mixture I ii.
Heat oven to SJOof Mix -'I
Press bolls Boll and stir 1 minute. begins. smooth Combine sugar, instant coffee, vanilla salt; .nd,1I2'
'\1'1 lngredlentauthoroughly 1"'I1ftb,1'unll"lased' ,,1' loaf Mix ,New Bllqulc .cllIJIIIJT1I)1( i Most package instruct ions tend <*.cup. of lhe-chocolate mixture. Blend in milk Let stand until
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,. .., 1r v' vpuy l onto covered pY low heat,10 rainutes -, be sure your family will eat and tides of layers. With a spoon,,drizzle'remaining melted
: Horseradish Banei, ; .cover and;cook'10 mln fish at the peak of perfection Into chocolate mixture over top of cake, letting some drizzle down
In chilled bowl \beat 14 cup utea longer. I r. servings-. test and test again. sides. Makes about 3 cups frosting ,
chilled whipping cream. Fold'
In :3 tablespoons well,drained ."Super-Right" FullyCooked Special!
FRESH PORK SHOULDER horseradish and '4 teaspoon
Makes f cup. ;\ ;* Shank
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hey're quick-to-flx, always tender ..care t More Big Buys t; .

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Fine restaurants serve them
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Fashions at A McCall'i Fortcait For The Spring


I ')(,MATTIE COLLINS Pent.rrJp'Wi1lter
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To women who have already good creams and lotions with. -
celebrated their ZSth! birthday an emollient base that'maybe Y I 'Weary ooleqs
and 40 whom homemaking used for massage. Keep a Jar,
chores .have kept 10 uptight bottle or tube to the kitchen ,
that they have neglected themselves and the bathroom and use each We've done so many wonderful limp winter woolens a crisp,
...now Is the time to begin time after you have dried your things with wool a sheep mightnot shapely look and a fresh bouncyfeel
a "pampering program." !hands when they have been to recognize his own coat once while you press them and
Natural beauty flows from water. he's been shorn you need no press cloth
within..so let's begin with good 1969 has been predicted 4s a Wool hat been woven Into fabrics ., Simply place the garment on
eating hablU .The hair wW be "total look" In Beauty... so sheer they drape like silks. the ironing board inside out.
shiny and silky with the Fashions and makeup and pl Some woolens are even soil and Spray with suing Because sizing
inclusion, of Iota of vitamins polish colors will complement water resistant. making upkeep goes in. not on it penetrates
A'snd B into the daily diet. each other and every detail of easier. fibers puts back the body and
They can bt obtained rromhlghproteto costume hairdo'and makeup But what do you do about a "like new" feel removed during
dishes Ham and Potato take on added Importance. Nail woolen dress or suit still too clean wearing and cleaning. It leavesno
Casserole Is tasty and does not polish may be slightly lighteror to send to the cleaners yet too iron shine or flaking and your
require a lot of time for darker than your lipstick, wilted looking to wear? iron glides over the woolen garments
preparation Try Barbecued as long as it's In the same Try ailing without slicking or
Lima Beans, Cheeseburgers, color range but if you favor i You may have already tried scorching
Banana s to add "like new" body to To finish turn the garment
milk shakes and ChU-I tilt neutral shades to polish,. tiling
too for sand ... _... '' ''- vv summer cottons and synthetics right side out spray and iron
Ht, dessert For spark shimmering or glimmer t'- LI"t. ;I' :i.-c.QJ: ;;;or I
line-eyes, why not orach on a gloss to suggested, which can "TfcCalTs Patterns look ahead to spring The' trend mccocdteg ,tetf er ssa vest over its em UOOM. TIlt ascot neckline.: ,, Now research studies show that again. Than all there Is to ill!,
raw arrot for that in-between !If worn with any shade of to designers will be toward variety and vitality.The Grecian-He |' oat Just! the point of view There U also a women have tried sizing on Perk up all your winterwearywoolens
snack?.,. U the snack must be lipstick. dress to won with wide-leg pants, or the dress alone The"Quickie" sleeve version These are for misses from sine I to 18. woolens and have been delightedwith with, this suing beauty'treatment.
sweet, oatmeal cookies are rood i has that soft, feminine look and CaD be von with a JunIor sites, ace from to IJ results Magic suing give

and If you nutritious Insist on moving the Afro Wig.A Hair Raiser
furniture yourself that i. I II Ir SAVE ,
require strong sturdy,bones __ __ dT
and .yon need Vitamin C, Cal. .
clam and Protein. This can be SHOP WINN-DIXIE
achieved'through !the consummation -
of orange milk shakes J
cottage cheese variations-
inch as aa omelet,fresh fruits, AND ,
cauliflower with cheese sauce
'and wedges of cheese. MIlt, "
of course, to a standard beauty
aid, and especially helpful in SAVE EVERYDAY .
attaining clear skin Broccoli'
and'liver also are rich to the OD STOahS
vitamins your skin may need.
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'riedly should,be but cleansed"thoroughly"not "hur! _o. Fed ........I.lItt

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soap frequently
COFFEE
on your face Apply alubricatlng CnlcflTJiiixes. /$1..11N. .
cream dally or nightly.. and ..vMNm was i:enN
use moisturizers, for the areas Pager To..ls..4I.Plne'.I .
where premature son and
weather lines first form...if I t ;
you have oily, skin, use an ILic..Se.4/$le Toy mr\ .
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If you have committed the. Vienna S.useg.... /"*10 hty Rights Rnerv.d-Prkn. Good All .... Thursdcrythn Wednesa,, Fab.13.1'I
unpardonable sin of adding M.MtCc.MMWillMt_ 7 w/Nw..la/a Twin, Iw.-ONvmewFy.M :1"1
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beef:oi porlkubecause. U yom ,a.t.w+M+! v M d !. !! : : :; .38'
plan to don some of the new ,,:,.- '\f; 'W" j.,1.O' NaN -.....-..........-..-.,- -rw+M..aWl.a..w.rrw".

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PUEI SIll PAPERS 'SIT.lilY, RilMIT .15, 1111

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I Winston-Salem State College Receives $390,000 Grant From Reynolds Co.", I




Fond ,Will Insure School's Growth

II History In The Making lowfl Professor Says RialsVieleaci ,

In Areas Of Faculty CurriculuM


WlNSTOtf-SALEM, N.C.A was nudepubllc at the Scholars' And Got Aiswors

dramatic aimedat Day ceremonies on tilt campus ". took: th '
new program, + d Yemen noted, *
the curriculumthe of toe school recently.Dr.Kenneth IOWA CITY Violence am
streng netting death of Martin Luther King
R. Williams president of defiance of the law get results,
faculty and the student body and the riots that Mowed to
of Winston-Salem College, will the school, made !the announcement and that Is one reason why they convinct Congresto IdqJtopeIIIIoulnl1erlllation.
during luncheon. are spreading, Dean David H. ,
Warren C. Oldham is director Vernon of the Udversltydlwa than
1ooyears
of the new program sponsored College of Law has declare! .legislation" more

by the R.J. Reynolds Company b support of his statement overdue.Notwithstanding its short-run

Insofar as it relates to Dean Vernon cited the Watts Vernon stressed
Wlnston Salem State a s r riot which resulted in achievements
College.
Ii t, to violence. "In
A native Indianapolis Professor !;' \\J{ {< : ;:;' Improved living conditions ant in his!the oppostton long run, It cannot help
Oldham attended : ; ; : that Los Angeles ghetto hf
: /u but destroy democracy,
demonstrations against
violent
Virginia Union and Blneflela :
aid. "Wo are rapidly approaching
b State. Be holds a Master oii % !$ the Vietnam war, which were the point where k
i .Science degree from Vest followed by President Johnson's
of people
our may
I I Virginia Union In Morgantowa. decision not to seek re-election. majority
order at
for domestic any
According to Wlnfleld Black Vernon said Governor George opt .
/ Our tra41UoaaI11berU.
Wallace of Alabama "may be price.
well, prominent local attorneyand j4rt:1fr
are seriously endangered biviolence"
chairman of the board ot the vest example we have of

trustees, the fund will make the success of those who defy Factors other than success
the law. He started on the
possible the development of the
of
contribute to the spread
first two phases of a four-part road to national prominence by violence and defiance of the
will 50 to the law. He
program which bring refusing obey One
said Vernon. Is"failure
DR. KENNETH WILLIAMSJM select high school graduates to forced the government to bring law to live to the
carried forward by a grant the campus on scholarships In VS. marshals and to mass up
of $390.000 from the R JII and attract additional hlghly- troops to enforce the law is American ideal, a failure
which has been noticed by
qualified faculty members to AJabama.
American children and has led
II the teaching staff, and broaden -Nq ,y "He made his name breaking
'; to their rebellion he said.
\ the school's curriculum. + I!:. and defying the law, and now ."I suggest open that we must either
Full support of the seven-year poses as the leader of the
Y. program by Reynolds could -b' UV forces of law and order at any top preaching" .or start,
practlclDr-
r amount to almost $700,000. price." -

l President A.J. Galloway of
Reynolds said the Scholastic Eight Frateraitiis Support

Achievement Program would
1
Increase !the potential of the 'Ii

n Rp1AeR college and offer greater AM To. Wir-Ton litfri Mm
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J ,
opportunity for high Quality
,I I ( education' to people IB the NA.88V1LLETh. eight The proceeds from the snow

Forsythe County area. Uti ._ Greek letter fraternities and were allocated to UNICEF by

Dr. Stephen Wright director The preview exhibit of Black American A.rt15tI'at the Let, 'with Clifford Cook, field promotion manager ot a national sororities at Tennessee Ail the Inter-Fraternity (Pan-

of the United Negro College Nordness Galleries in New York was the occasion for the' distillers, as well as with Jack White center sculptor Mrs. State University have raised Hellenic) Council of which Don

Fund, was principal speaker. gathering of the outstanding persons in thepJctureabove.. Second Bunche and with Arthur Coppedge right painter.,The benefit $1,000 to aid the starving children Sanders, senior from Brownsvine -

l According to President Wll from the left is Dr. Ralph Bunche co-chairman of the previewof was given for the National Association for the Advancement of of war-torn Biafra. Teen, is president
.. WINFIELD BLACKWELI. llama, the program will raise the works of ten artists Dr. Bunche discusses the showing i Colored People's Contribution Fund. Th. Greeks presented their' Sanders is a member of Phi

Reynolds Tobacco Company.This lbelcademlcleYllrtthelCbool.CONTINUED more than a hundred pledgeesin Beta Sigma.
a benefit "Greek Show" The response of Tennessee
encouraging information. ON PAGE 10
Pearl Bailey
I during the probation period. State students is a part of the
Rochester's Xerox Execs effort of the National Committee

Nominated 1969's Black Militant' of Students tor UNICEF.

Sanders, president of Sigma!

(USO Woman Of YearNEW made the presentation of the
Figfcls Plus $1,000 certified check to Attorney .

354 6746 YORK Pearl Bailey, George H.Cato,Jr.former
) YO U R OWN N 0 tops in entertainment current For Observance vice mayor oINuhl1IeaDdllOWprutdut

musical of the Nashville
star in the breathtaking
"Hello Dollyl", bas been CHICAGO (NPl) -A pro- Chapter of the United Nations
posed bill to have the late Dr.
chosen by the United Service Association is the local sponsor
Organization as the USO 1968 Martin; Luther King's birthday" of the UNICEF effort..

31E1 IIM "Woman of the Year". recognised as a national holiday The Council sponsored the
has drawn fire from aWestelde
show to spearhead th* nnlver-
As low as tMOOE Black militant.
sity-wld effort to aid the
tVb.N According to Russell Meek,
Btafrais. Making 'up the Council
fr C 5p AY chairman, Black Impeachment are representatives of Alpha
.- t Committee, !"a great danger
St Delta
Kappa Alpha Sigma
wsrrlo .
lists in celebrating the
lOl Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho, and
y24 ( aWO to BALES OFPICEaI I / 'k AWNINGS birthday" of the slain civil
riOt sf Zeta Phi Beta Sororities and
IV'SIOiV titiptp S x + leader.
r right '
a rein) IiOiisDnta Alpha Put Alpha, Kappa Alpha
Maekd!! said .he opposed a
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nu'A'ysf leer Psi, JItd 'B.ta. Slgmaj and
national holiday.honoring Dr. .
Omega Psl Phi 'Fraternities
v birthday unless "it can
King's
Dr. JA. Payne,' Jr. dean
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Ulf
DIRECTMOM be considered a contribution
of students, and Mrs. BarbaraC.
iee i L
WE TAKE REFUSE ,MANVFACTVRMtCMINf to the Black revolution.
DEAISOWS "The easiest thing to do for Murrell director of activities -

N(t \taping fipilil, Apr PinnSpofi r PATIO COYLR/ CORPORATION MANAGERS --James H. Blow (right), new general manager of the Rochester a martyr Is to make a lot of are faculty advisors.

All I IAI"11 0 CARROeTS (1 N.Y.) Business Opportunities Corporation(RBOC),receives Instructions from his predecessor, hullabaloo on his life and death '

COMMIRCIALMAROUIL$ ANII John L. Blaie. Blow was a senior engineer at Xerox Corporation. Blake, who guided the: days," Meek said. FlorMfn GotsNAACP's .

tANOrleeIRuetASSSCeevu organisation that works to develop inner-city businesses through its first year, has Joined "The most difficult task, b*

$195 .down //ALL{ 1 e/PAIR the Marine Midland Trust (>Company: as an assistant: secretary. RBOC grew from a plan added, "Is to be able to say
submitted by Eastman Kodak Company In November, of 1937. Already M businesses have that these so-called holidayswill Choice

received loans, loans to 18 others are under final consideration, and 52 others are being' be used as affirmations
'
1>,11'\1111.1.\I ( (Ml \: t KLEfcTWOOP ,S'l6P3 :, : :
14Pf Awn A MM Hftb IV reviewed. The potential first-year sales of the 34, businesses are reported at more than of our dally dedication to the For Dfrocfor
r\mu\r I r i'pK' KvnlK: @:' $3393 $4 million. ,task of total Black liberation. ,
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nMrnRl .nNTRnI VnNnmoNfn ylllYC .tI't!. WAY
1 CAT{, rlr (.wM. NEW YORK At Us annual
',tni I.iv(' foa. non *nn ,1" ,. ,'.'. $fi wiutiiy PIKER SLICE Black Contra:tors Got SIA corporate meeting here
i n.nl: n m ronv WAf j .WASHINGTONNPO-
"I,\mu.\r; roi'PK: nPViuGP'; ? $41%: ,SISTER IESSIE Author-sociologist Nat Hentoff January IS? the NAACP
t | -n"-i! 'I,eyt. t""IW'' 4 An7 announced the results of this
:
nMlnuvtlNnr, ,
I r has urged Blacks to forge To Tune Of
//1 CAnll.J.Sfo.IIAN I . .. 'ISII She will read your entire We-past,present and alliances with the George Help $1,000.000 'year's election for members
inMrmrT ( ONioni 1 .AIR fonn a WAY ARAI. Pa RCT. WINoWSIii future; She asks no questions but will tell you I of Us Board! of Directors' Five
POM I,AC ('A'lAlM'n .I. .. 2W3! Wallace-boosting middleclasswhite
11 (?* "'ln1!. AIR' tnNrl"OSPK.I ,,"". U'T".V TUN""AIII' what you want to know giving dates and facts of I male so that both groups WASHINGTON (NPI) tt has to date secured more new directors four, d whom
business love health and family affairs. Will] the Small toward this were elected.
Project were youth
fiR BlllrK H.K': : 225 . . It. ; $3RRS 1 lost whom will 1 can get a bigger slice of !theeconomic OWN than $30 million candidates
Tells
coMnirinNFn.' :MAUTV' help you find art. you yon pie. Business Adm1D111raUOII'sprocram end, and expects the figure to The ilx-at-large
fit IMF 1!RIIIFAI '. ':6RS marry and when. If the one you love Is true what I to Include more minority .rise to $120 million for, the selected t 'by the nominating
AIR, n""lTlnNEn. rAln.Y' IRAN.r.eaSI.v, WARRANTY to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, I 1 groups in the mainstream of the current year. committee were uncontested.The .
fiR ('JmVSIF.n ( ls lMipoNiir NEWPORT . $3.193!
AIR noontlnNn! nNlY .,.... Mil ,,'- rCTARY, TRAwveeAelwI locate absent .friends and relatives and cause START T ONCE nation's business life, is about Its companion endeavor wouldeffect reelected Incumbents are:
I .qq.ooy happiness, between nun and wife' Helps makeup ROOM ADDITIONS to enter its second phase of some 8,000 minority contractors Dr. Ralph J. Bunche New York;
. ,
(rR\\n; PRIX . wn!
OA14Fn. VINYL ROM. PHI viwnwim. rAcrny WAHAwrvfi7 lovers' quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad establishing more businesses out of 500,000 Klvle !Kaplan, Boston;' James
RUICK I fcSABHK: COUPE . : . $259'5ivptHF luck are natural enemies or If there Is an evil owned and operated by minority throughout the nation who have* Kemp Chicago; Alfred Baker
AI, AIR rnNniTinNCD.IR influence. Does not tell to please ,but will tell toe truth. One difficult to a' Lewis Riverside Conn. Mrs'
you groups. found it get even ;
RAMBLER 770 . . . . . $229! !
v> AUTOMATIC TAN RANW rowd tn.'iN". AIR 'rnNnilinN visit will repay you for disappointments in all others. She will Kitchens Remdi>li>d At ,the same time, SBA is fair percentage of the more than Margaret Bush Wilson, St. .
I IIKfHF/ *. rA TRY VKAHANrY read your life like an open book but also help you out of your Complete PlumhinqR.m pushing vigorously an Action $100 billion a year in building Louis. Dr. Kenneth Clement,
i liII I"\I.I'O 4 DR. . . nwiroNVTO.'y !
> / < ; '""INri' '". *lf co"m ,TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy when dolimj Construction Task Force designed -, projects. Cleveland, was the newly.
w\NSlyPOW"1
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, to assist minority Though minority contractors elected at-large member
Bonded
OVI'R I : KMICARS'IOCHOOSK t : FROM! 'sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made Roofing contractors to compete for the make up about 16 per cent of All the candidates chosen by

\\p lakp PraUhet, Others Refuse clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel Aluminum Window, more than $100 billion annuallyin the total in the trade, they fall the branches In their respective'

.. Credit Arrrov.If on Spot come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't Gvcimic Tile construction projects. to achieve even one per cent. regions are Incumbents. Those

mistake th* address.' SHYER BESSIE 'is located north of Under SBA's "master plan" of the total contracts offered, re-elected by region are;;

R.SEVANS3rd Callahan on u.s. I1, 1/1 aWe from City of Callahan, Florida.. I for establishing more minority because of lack of sufficient R e g i on L Nathaniel C:o 11 e y, ,

Phone: S79-U50.' businesses white businessmen ,funds for working capital and Eeq, Sacramento; Calif.:
WATCH FOR RERSIGN IN FRONT OF HOmE-\crou lb. street will be asked to give managerial equipment.To Region U, Henry R.Smith,Esq.;

& MAIN from SPORTSMAN MOTEL p;; and technological assistances 111"lIt.1Ua discrepancy, Pittsburgh, Region 10,' Dr.
,Open dally from I a.m. to 10,p:m, to Blacks and Spanish-speaking' me SBA provides a special Maurice Rabb Louisville;,

J 11,1;I I RTfllOPKN: 'Til 9;:SOP,M. F.1.4-8T32 THE CUPPING ENTITLES YOU TO A$5.00 READING for $2.00 persons who wish to start their financing program under which Region IV,Miss Evelyn Roberts

own bu lfsse.., prospective minority, bidderson St.. Louis, Region V, the Rev.
contracts could secure a Isadora Edwards $t. Myers,'

guaranteed per cent loan Fta.; Region VL James Stewart,
I' 1 a a 1 1 1 1 1 1 "I I / WHEN YOU Oklahoma City;' ,Region : Vm,

Soitfcen Sctools Robert D. Robertson, Norfolk.
Donald Sonlat,' New Orleans
You 'S.ekbe\ Best Doctor, Is the Incumbent youth memberwho

When Your Doctor Prescribesget 'po .hits' DuMMirt was re-elected. In keeping
Experienced Pharmacists ,
with a constitutional amendment
l! To Fill Prescriptions according I
'swsy approved at the National
To Your Doctor's Orders: Fends By HEW
<< ., Convention in June which raised
We Use Only The Best'.Quality. WASHINGTON ,_.HEW, now youth membership on th*
"
j ,Drugs. C.E. BUCK heeded by Secretary Robert H. National Board ,from three to

ji Proprietor Finch tr M''' that 'a1I.. eves, the following'youth'
i of the alternatives have bleD members were elected for the.
exhausted to gain compliance first time: Herbert$InIW. Cta-:

S Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA with the law," cat off all federal Cincinnati; Daniel Wright,

school aid funds to five Savatnah; Frank Thompson,
-- "COMPLETE LINE OF- I southern school districts. Seat Pleasant Md.;' and Jahne

I, They were charged with noncompliance -> Nash, Jr., Sacramento, Calif.
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles with the Civil Rights The Board re-elected five

SundrielJlRESCRIPmNS Act of lilt relatlag directors and one new director

desegregation. The Incumbents are: Max Del-

,- CALLED FOR AND Affected will be:Martin ComfyBoard son,' Eso., New York Dr;J.M.

DELIVERED- of, Education, ,1i Williams Tlnsley, Richmond; Dr. J.

..' ton,. H.C.; School District No.: Leonidas Leach,;Flint; Mich.;

4. II : : >1:4/ 4: 10, Abbeville I.C.; School Mrs. Amy LSpingan,;New
York and Dr. James Me-
':'' District Mo. 49, BamwelLS.C.j ; J.;
:' IlltS Mil 353 /1]! '
.. : .mi Consolidated School District, Clendos, Detroit. The aew
II on McDUFF p1. of BEAVER : ',- .- SATURDAY MATINEES$ 1:30: !'L. ,* I : Water Valley, Miss., and South weber is the Rev.>.W.. '

-t..5. ,;\ LiHy'sDr up Sttrt Panel 1a Consolidated School Hotaai, Columbia.,,S.C;

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I Rattlers Out-Duel l Albany State Rams In Duel Swim Meet With 84-23 Score




/AIII.s:tt: ihst WluleiSilemAd Alton's SiBKiis AiJ'' FAMU's Riley Heitrns Revs Abtriell Kiiej Raises



""f' of fIJ.iasEI..-,t. Straight' VictonWCCTONSALEM Ahead Of FAMU's Ellis


N.C.-- I lithe world." ALBANY, Ga. -Albany StateCoIlep' oat Albany. State's ICenni.Carter I
.
nlmm.'ncteamdropped -
Haw goodlsAftTsspeedyyouhghtsketnll An Aggie who
Just' about The Summaries
I ,, team that picked up reached his peak ot performance an M-ZJ dual swimming '
400-Yard Relay
meet to Florida AIM Jure Medley ,
straight win here .
ItS eighth was versatile Daryle
Sims
'recently. FAMU ( Morgan, Hlgb-
recently. Cherry' whose )9 points was t smith) Gamble (FAMU).
to veteran coaci Us 7hs Hit Aqua Rams now In their ;
According career high at All T and
Free Style MoselyFAMO
1,000-Yard ,
first of
Cat Irvin, the Aggies have only best individual y year swimming competition
effort of
the ( ) Bradley (FAMU).
about 65 cent of wlttt entries in only ,
reached per season.
: : I eight events on the IJeventctrd 200-Yard Free Style, TruesFAMU
their efficiency. Cherry's fine play 'left his Ayr von two first places la ( ), Ellis (FAMU), Miller
"We are about on schedule articulate coach at a loss for
both Uw I-Metor.Diving and (ASC).
said a happy Irvln after ALT words. "All that I Umat
can say 50-Yard Free Style MillerFAMU
tile -tettr Diving ..venls.Albel'lleU ,
arch rival Winston- -
socked it to Cherry was somethingelse
/ ( ), Alexander (ASC)
;
King, a sophomorefrom
State 102-90. "We Irvin sailThe
Salem.
(FAMU).
Ca. Hlghsmltb
Columbia finished
started the season at about IS palDt spree.for Cherry ,
,first in both diving events He 1-Meter Diving King (ASC);;
per cent efficiency and it'smidseason he came had as a surprise because 111 garnered a total of 111-25 polllt. Ellis (FAMU)McCray(FAMU).
now and we are been ailing all week. 11a
1 'in the 1-Meter Diving ev.at. ZOO-Yard Individual Medley,
op to 65 per cent. We should "I was almost afraid,to ask finishing ahead of FAMVs Morgan (F AMU), Sims(FAMU).
be even.better by the end of aim if he was ready to play,.'
George Ellla and Andy McCny. 200-Yard Butterfly Hlghsmlth
(be.season.. added .
Irvin. "He said he
No matter what level of proficiency ready and be was." was In the -Meter Divine, King (FAMtJ), T1De' (pAMtJ).
the Aggies are playingat piled up 1M.75 points to nose 100-Yard Free Style MillerFMill
Cherry, a 6-0 Junior guard FAMto
( ) ( OcSom
Tynes ,
Irvin bad to admit
even that from
Charlotte, pumped in 26
Airs 'rousing win over tbe feels State U (ASC Yard) '
points the first 15 minutes and : Backstroke: Sit
Rams'' was. a topnotch performaace. ALT took a SI-SI half-time (FAkU); Alexander,(FAJltIjCiamble

margin. His sparkling! floor play Breaks EveaWitkQBincyColl. (FAMU).
"I would have to that '
say
Ignited tile Aggies' fast break
I IHiircots
500-Yard Free Style, MostlyFAMU
this best
overall was our
gameof which frustrated several attempted *
tile season because had .'( ). McCray (FAMU),
we. Ram spurts. .
Woodard(ASC).'
assists than have had. [
more we Overall Cherry hit on) 14 of NASHVILLE Tennessee 200-Yard Breaststroke Morgan
Also tile game was won away 24 shots from the floor and 4 State Ifeiversltybasketball (FAMU) McCray (FAMU)
from home and winning away 11 of 12 free throws. team was able to pull even Odom (ABC); ;
from borne,U, the;,finest thing ? v ((4-4) on the MUCH with two .
>.ary# v 3-Meter Diving King (ASC)
wins and DM loss In toe 13th'annual Carter (ASC); McCray(FAMU).
.-- swpi;; ," ,1iIIAJcora'
CIAA Comittee "" Quincy College holiday
Toirianeiit
400-Yard Free Style FAMU
1. MIAMI...Aubrey C,Lewis Woolworth personnel representative; ; : AIM College and Ken Riley was tile Florida UY 'basketball tournament. (Ellis Gamble, Tynes Miller)
center, 'poses with the two winners of tilt F.W. Wool"ortb\ University winner for Joe second year ina row. The pnsentatlonsr Coach Ed Martin's netters had ASC ( ;
Selleit \ (Caldwell, King Lamar
Sees_ For 69 Rites Academic-Athletic trophy presented every year to the two made at the Woolwortb-sponsored annual brunch for the to come from behind to nip Alexander. '
players participating in the Orange Blossom Classic with the players and coaches. Lewis''also presented the presidents, host Quincy College 97-96 m
GREENSBORO, N.C. With underway Thursday February highest academic average Allen Simmons was the winner from i'- the two colleges with transistor radios. the opening round and then
one,.of the hottest Central 27, with games scheduled in bounced Kenyon 117-llZdesplte
Intercollegiate Athletic tile afternoon and evening. a 85-polnt effort by Kenyon's,
Association (CIAA) basketball Semi-final rounds will be Friday NBC Television. Network lists John Rinks and won a chance .,,75'
races in recent years already< night and tile now scheduled SPORTS PARADE: to play Lincoln In the championship = 'Processes..515'LUll

underway indications are that for Saturday night. Nominees For Fefcrnrv 19 Skit'Nom game .
the league's annual tournament Defending champion of the The Big Blue's luck ran out
scheduled February Z7-March 1 tournament is expected to be BY NEGRO PRESS fr INTERNATIONAL I a UI for "outstanding Namath of the New York Jets. again the Tigers from Missouri tirbiriiiEiroll
will be another sellout. Norfolk State den won last player" honors in the American and Paul Robinson'of the Cmclnnati -; 'U they dropped a 98-

Sponsors of the CIAA Basketball year's crown by downing North AMATEURSTATUS COSTLY .Football League and thi Bengals. Usually, Just 1M( thriller for their. fourth

) Tournament began warning Carolina 'AiT. IJ4-1JZ in SYRACUSE: N.Y. (NPI) Lieutenant Arthur R. labs, Jr;, ; National Football League bave three finalists are selected season's leas'. However the 1 NowA
fans to secure their tickets) triple overtime. 25-year-old Richmond, Va., amateur tennis star Is thinking:; t been named for the 'Second from each category but a tie In Quincy tourney gave Martin's
early "There is no doubt that Individual tickets and season seriously of turning professional because "I have been verly C: Annual Academy ot Pro- the AFL vote tally resulted In mn, who played seven of the NEW 1rLAS STARTS.$
thlf year's tournament will surpass tickets: for the tournament are' 'limited in earnings for the past six months." Ashe recently1; fesslonal Sport Awards" four players being Darned. eight games on) the road, 4; EACH MONDAY

anything that we have put available at. the AiT,State was selected by toeUJS Jaycees as one of its 10 oiIUlld1q, '? NFL nominees are David chance loup their statistical:
on in the past,",said a tourna- University Bookstore and at young men of the year; .pesday., "Deacon" Jones of the Los picture.As 'leckseiville'Ierher '
ment spokesman.. .other CIAA colleges ( H 'i ).m. PST; 9-10 p.m. CST) over Angeles Rams, LeRoy Kelly a team, they have seroedJ24
He recalled last season when TWO MILLION INSURANCE ''the NBC Television Network: ,, of the Cleveland Browns and of 859 from toe floor tor a. I

more than 30,000 persons South Cirolln LOB ANGELES (NPi) Lloyds of London has received an' -ijln the AFL top>> vote getters Earl Morrell of.tbe Baltimore 49.1 shooting experience which, ColleieC30

attended the tournament in the application asking a .$2.5 million Insurance pulley oa, tile,,'1f..are, in alphabetical order, Colts is almost a full percentage PAVE STREET\
spacious Greensboro Coliseum. potential earning power of Wilt Chamberlain u an actor and V}Lance 'Alworth and 'John Hadl The full-hour awards show point better than theiropponents. .353987p'Eoji'i .

Tickets wen not available for State Chooses singer. Witt, at 32, plans act, and produce television -;' .'of the Ban Diego Chargers, Joe CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 .__

the Friday and Saturday games. ..tommercials.and: His estimated that his entertainment ..., ..,
Hotel and motel owners of the Held venture will gross him $ZS million uj 10 years,.
Greensboro area have also Athletics

indicated that Interest in ''
ALL-OVER AGAIN ,J
,
ORANGE 8URG S.C.-
advance reservations is way 'HOOSTOH'JiNTTJ i-Both WlBtt Davenport and John Carlos,

ahead of last year,,, u.4 '?, Roosevelt Holmei*..a.u1ltaDtfod.batLcGQbuts.lL..C ..Ulg| rj gjji (i nedallst have cettfaued MOuJilymn |
.' *
"It seems that u peopleare aRtmWvrltional track 'meet ffi WasflfiwrPE.,
showing;an' interest earlier;": lima StatfoCoitegd'taxoiMWanointed recently Carlos tied tile world Indoor record tor the 60-rflD
of athleticsat
said the owner. "We have been 'director. dash in a time of 5.9 seconds; while Davenport also participated.\'\,'
sold out for three weeks. Last the college.Holmes O.C. (Bull) In the first'lDDual Astrodome-FederaUon National Relay,
replaces -
year, it was nearer to tournament '
stadium.
sold Dawson who requested that the cbamp.'oQsilps: is Houston's famed roofed ". ,,
time before we wee .
iFacul'/ Athletic! Committee.-
cut" ACADEMY NOMINEES _
Most of the other owners said lleve him. of alter the atUtticdlreotor' 18 NEW YORK (liP!) David "Deacon" Jones, Los Angeles.'.
rooms are still avallabe at their post years. Rams; and LeRoy Kelly' Cleveland Browns, are among the. t II

facilities, although they expect professional .football nominees vying for top honor at the,
to be sold out prior to tournament Second annual of Professional Awards lobe awarded Wednesday.
time.: February 19. The awards program will be televised in color'

Tournament activity will. get over NBC-TV from 13-11 p.m. pacific standard time.In baseball'

the finalists an Bob Gibson,St. Stale' BoxingChappion' San Francisco Giants: and Frank Howard,Washington,Senators,

r ANOTHER SIFFOf-D
Will PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (NPI)) -There is another Sltford

In pro golf pro circles,and he Is Curtis Sitford, 26-year-old r
nephew of the 16-year-pro golf veteran Charlie Slftord, recent
hrficiptfe" la AAU I winner ot the $100,000 12-holo Los Angeles Open In a sudden

: death playoff. Curtis comes well recommended in me game,
Morris Reeves, local state'AAV having twice won the Los Angeles city amateur tourney and

boxing champion, plans finishing in the tough Western Amateur,
to participate.in (the National

AAU battles In San Diego from ,
I
April 17.to and including April Reties Vitll"

11. Watch, .
Reeves a US-pound boxer ;$;*
Is the ,best amateur at his Defeil' Butler This: Clown

weight la the state of Florida.Be '%!
ROOSEVELT HOLMES.Dawsoa .
has won the championship II-II -.11 Vj
Awn consecutive' years, first' will remain oa the With 55-53 Scor.aIIDU' Cadillac .r S '

u Tampa In 167 and later, faculty U chairman of the II22111'

.last April, la Jacksonville.. Health: and Physical Education Vikings defeated ELDORADO
TIle boxer, 19 years of age Department. Butler last week by a score of .
works out dally at the Earths A native of Melbourne Fa, 65-51 before more than 2,500 1 \\ 1!,
White Community Center from'- the 33-year-old Holmes came fans la the school dymnaslnm. / I,
"tolp.lII. to South Carolina State u a Butler's Falcons suffered m\ BRING CedIIo''l.-0.nt fWoiodo mil..be rti. moil"lunviicvi end'itwoiding r/i" ;.....'Irik; lode i h.+ii rvrr
Julies Guinyard, cIlrtctor'ci.. coach under George Ball in their third loss, all at the handsof HER IN '.ee;"....Who cwrlxl way to toy"I I loot.U"OI Vofentmt,Pry. Nor, lot SOS *- IWoMxto/ D
the Earths White Center said 19(2. One Banks retained him the Vikings. Bales has not NOW ...pru.M.h..upr.m.' .o he plans to have some amateur backfield oath after he took.over lost a home game., Paul Williams ft-i5-22 FOR ItllI/6.t.,awl H K now_.moni;,,ono*d> tinc".*,ono,. imKvMtfol; ', men trouhM I that"<.c.wodp'tIkovIXonding e,' a
boxing and wrestling matchesat .as u football coaoh: in 1950. helped with. 10 pointsfor HER 1he \ t'p'D..ion 01 l Ced>Mot..*l.yc.i"'M he w

he. Center to' help defray He coached some of the leading Raines. Johnny Henderson, 11'-51. :-12 [ .'.. SELECTION .wHingocorconlw.
me Butler leader with 1ft '
expense* to the nationals. :tall carriers la tbe'SIAC, was i Sometimes he's A
points Jerome Jackson: was up,.Sometimes
Others working oat at the Including: R.C. Gamble now a
Center IBS- with me Boston' the third double figure with He's down. He Adds, Subtrgctir '
an Charles Kemp, running back if hc
170 10 points. Spell and Durban He works It all around. 'g I'TM new .
pounder( ; James;Barring 'itrlots.Holmes. ixhe.1I ,
pounds Leon Shaw; 195 poundsand was graduated from I were officials e GRAND :

T., Williams, 225 pounds. Edward Waters. College Jacksonville .2S-11-2I : .. .. . . .
The first amateur bouts will Fla., wnira bo was e .
be at.';tbe Center; March 8 an AU-SEAC quarterback under Coming Attraction PONtlACTHE

at 7 p.... Names of participants Bell.- He bold t master of VETERANSII. ,, ; ., "
win be announced in the next. science degree' from Florida I '. l'

.seine eI tilt Florida Star,: AIM University.. II .IHET. Nil 11U21MAN'S

1,. irHl"rIK1M -' chairman According of to the AJ.Faculty Belcher AthMie til A '3 II; 4 '' DAYS.NUIIEIED .

Committee, Holmes will :
urJ I Tucks DO longer coach football, bat.I I 1111I1'afL'IIICI'

will coach swlmmleg. aud I

..6sP+l And .Wifk' baseball.,"We have a One athletic program llttN' IH.EIIT, "Mans Days are Numbered."

Henry Armstrong= only boxer and a progressive and BEAUTrfUlCARYEIPMESI Health and Fortune can be .
to hold three titles simultaneously growing institution TIlt future I Yours when you know your

,,.11.now, preaching the looks very bright. I have beea Lucky Days. PONTIAC THAT'S '
gospel ad working with young, a part of tile program for tile <
and I have Lucky Colors, ect. r COMPLETELY '-'-
bors. He has Dot fought .in more' past seven years tR1i1RZPPLUNCF1: -' DIFFERENT '
than ,10 years and ,1s now M seat the progress.Wo an dedi- a Send ?2 00 for your ." 'jICr'!,

,years old.: :' cited to tile entire program III MOM: Horoscope Guide for 'I\J;
Omar d II chUdrea,Armstrong,' lICIt Just three or four sports"Holmes .' If
...,'bora'la Mississippi and Is a Mast; a member Ml TEM:. >:.. ; uart "
.Be teat .tt the Fellowship .f Christianathletes ; and : <
,mm.m .It:\L IIa Fill 'la tile blank below ;
Burley Ross sad took the-, aAaer&maCeck'sAssociation & mall to ZODIAC Post Office1' t\.CLADDE NOLANINCi'

/.wtHerwelgbt crown.Be heldall and Kagpa J.t ph'- ; :'VULCAN we.n.IM4M 5 Box,' 1171,. Jacksonville' Fla.: f ; ;
throe crowns for about a year I Fraternity'' 4 a < .
sad sun holds Ike ualquerecord. >Be Is thon.shaaC f Bw former Y lUll '

Belt. tile super of a 'I.Rita Moor of Jeasorette Ls.' N ", .' "STREET! i; }. '," ".,.:.. 1 TIWAMEiA'ATRUNSIN, : (;1'1a11r'. '. A1AIN, .:7 ,TUNANI'1',: ::' .
Holmes have three mr ., i .f( ,, .
took, "Gbt'eu.' !Gigry$ dCod. no ;DATE: OF B1R1! I.


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I' Winston Salem College Receives Grant Boy Scouts Celebrate 59th Anniversary

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Candidates will be chosen on Seaboard, New England and
the bull at academic perform from mlddleweste-n: states Its
ance. New scholarship will be history dates to 1892, when
available to students of all Simon Green Atkins established
races.In the Slater Industrial Academy,
the last art years.Reynolds! with 25 students. It was named
has contributed annually about after John F.Slater,philanthropist
three-quarters of a million in education. The name
dollars, throughout the state, was changed, In 1899, to Slater
to schools, colleges and Industrial and State Normal
educational programs, as well School Inl905piopertleswere
as to associations throughout conveyed to the state board of -
'
the state Reynolds, has, also, education. In 1925, the school '
matched amounts raised by was given the right to canter
some schools. The company degrees for teaching In : !
has refunded a total of$131,000in elementary grades Wlnston- ii'Cubs
tuition costs for students. Salem, thus, became the first :
Wlnston-Salem Is a public, Negro college la America to

tour-year There are approximately liberal arts school.1,300 be again so honored.changed 1983,became the name Scouts, Explorers and Leaders of the Cherokee District -' been held recently A presentation was made to Troop-and PK Friends of Scouting. District Court of Honor was held recently,

students from the Atlantic Wlnston-Salem State College. of Florida are joining In with thousands of Boy! Scouts of the .,43.. In the House ; North Florida Council In celebrating the Ofty-nlnth anniversary at St' Paul AME Church for Troop 79.The Myrtle AV'IIIIILlbrarJ of Arrow meeting will be Februa/y 17 at 3:30 p.m. at St. Plus''
NBC Lists U.L SpeakerJOHN of the Boy Scouts of America. Several metis of Interest have. was the scene of a meeting last week for the organizing ofCOUBSIANS Catholic! Cbqrch.J..s .


CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 'CHURCH NEWS WoWoB Jobioa YMCA I

honoring outstanding professional
athletes from eight major ARROIHCOS Expanded Prograa
sports selected by fellow BAPTIST turning of the palms will be featured and ashes distributed. The
players will be hosted by Perry. f Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with the superintendent and Holy Communion will be observed. Rev. A.J. Warren, pastor, "The James Weldon Johnson YMCA to Indicate a willingness
Como. Sponsor Is the Dodge teachers charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent will bring the meditation Sunday School begins at 930 a.m The Branch YMCA announces aa.fJPUded to organize an adult class.
Division, Chrysler Corporation The morning worship begins at 11 sm,evening worship .morning service Sunday begins at 11 a,m. the evening service at program In the com. Mr. Jackson says that one of
through Batten Barton, f at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, will deliver the sermon a p.m. Rev Warren wllldeUver both major sermons. The church inanity for this year because the new programs for the year
Kurstine, 1 Osborn, Inc. Choir No 1, Choir No. Z and Usher Board No. 1 will serve is located at 1324 West Ninth Street. of the overwhelming response will be OPERATION TUTOR
Tabulation of votes from througboH. the day Choir No 1 will rehearse Tuesday sit I p.m. 'from participating members SHIP that is offered to senior
active players Is made by the I Choir No 2 will rehearse Friday at 4:30 p.m. Prayer service EMAXUEL BAPTIST during the past year," says boys la high school who arehaving
accounting firm of Arthur Young j I opens Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. The church is located at 1154 .West Prayer meetings will be held nightly for the ensuing week. The Program Director Harold M. difficulty with school
and Company. The eight cate IJ J list Street.FRIENDSHIP. male chorus will rehearse on Saturday night, at the usual hour Jackson. Work In baste academic subjects.'
two In baseball'AAmerican Sunday School will be held at 9:30 un, with Deacon George Jackson says that the program In 'Viet
and National League) DEAN PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Smith and Mamie Fields In charge,'The lesson win be reviewed this year Till, Include an adult Injured
two In football (AFL and NFL), John Dean, above, associate Sunday School begins at 9-45: a.m. with Superintendent Leaster .by an appointee Consecration services begin at 10.55 a.m. The and Junior boys 'taskeJtaPleague
golf, hockey ,basketball 'and director of the National Urban Smith In charge.The morning service begins at 11.30 a.m. with morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge.At The League Is for boys
horse racing Coalition, will be the' guest devotional services led by Deacon Winston Wars and Deacon 3 p.m. the Citywide Deaconesses will meet. Choirs will open ,,17 years old and over. 8 will -
j Gerry Gross is'executive speaker at the Jacksonville Joseph )McPherson,At 4 p.m. District No 2 will meet at the the services. BTUbeglnsat 5 p.m.with Deacon James and Deacon begin February at 6.00 p.... Ft' : 1 ?'file
producer, Urban League's fifth annual church Deacon Ware Is leader. Prayer meeting held Tuesday Phillips In charge of davoUonals. evening worship opens Teams must register at the
dinner meeting Thursday, night at 6 p.m. Rev. H. Robinson is pastor at 6:30 p.m. Choir No. 2 and the male chorus will serve all day YMCA no later than February
February 20, at the George with Mrs Marian Carter and Mathew McCoyincharge of music. .6. The Junior Boys League
'MEMORIAM
IN Washington Hotel. The dinner HOL3EYCMESunday began February 5.
In loving memory 'of ou: Is scheduled to begin at 7:30 School begins at 9.30 am with Mrs. BlrthaGrlffenand\ MT. SALEM BAPTIST The physlcaledecattondepert-
mother, grandmo'ner and teachers In charge. The morning worship services begin at 11, Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent/ meat of the branch has added'to :
great grandmother, Mrs? p.m. .:m. with the pastor In charge At 3:30: p.m. Presiding Elder Green In charge The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. Its 6ltmuastlcsdunawelgtit cLance
Annie M Ponder, who APT FOR RENT M.H. Barnes will bold the second quarterly conference. Mrs. The mo-nlng devotions will be led by the deacons. Choir No 1 watchers session for those who
departed this life three .En Mae Gilbert is secretary Rev. D_.A. McElvln Is pastor, and usher Board No. 1 will serve during the day The sermon cannot participate in strenous
years ago, February 15, 9GO Thomas St. 3 nice rooms. will be delivered by the pastor or by an appointee. The evening exercises. These classes will
1966. The space that you :Pvt bath Close .In, conv. to NEW REDEEM\: : BAPTIST service begins at 6 p.m. The Trl-SUte ,rally will terminate be taught by Mrs Thelma
once filled In our house Is bun and school $t 1.50 per wl' The Missionary Society will have a Valentine Tea Sunday at. February 23 On Monday night Choir No.: 3 will rehearse On Geiger and wlllbeo3eredevery
missed by each and everyone 388-6472. 3 p.m.at the church Choir No.1 will have a tea Sunday, February Tuesday night prayer meeting Is held, On ,Wednesday night Monday and Wednesday The
of us Sleep onDear 23, at the church District No. 6 will have a Queen's contest District No.1 will meet at the church;",Rev W.Q Rogers first class will be held on
Mother, We loved you, but t ,CHEAPER' TO RENT Sunday, March 2, at the church Other services begin with the pastor Mrs C. Sampson Is reporter.. The church .is,located at Wednesday, February 12. For
God loved you best. 2 Mrra. home In like-new Sunday School 930. Toe superintendent will be in charge. The 12(1 West 2,!nd Street. further Information call the
Signed Josh Laster; condition. $200 down, $41 par, lesson will be reviewedby the pastor,Rev.Normw. The morning branch's office 75-3589.
daughter, son, granddaughters month Includes all Only 2 left worship begin at 11 am thedea.onslD charge. Choir No. GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST Mr. Jackson says that Bridge
and create at this price 3 and Usher Board No. 3 will serve all day Mrs Fannie Jackson Sunday School, begins at 11 a.m. with Deacon Joe Amons la Classes for beginners will start Corporal Larry Jackson
grand children James Can, realtor. 353-3604 will be In charge of music. At 4:30pm District No. 7 and I[I charge of the prayer service The sermon will be delivered'by February! IS at 7:30 p.m. A4 son of Mr. and Mrs Louis J.'
District No. 9 will meet at the homed Mrs. Annie Mae Mitchell I Ion I the pastor. Rev. Alex Garvin. BTU will begin at 5:30 p.m. The experienced Bride players are;: Jackson 1842 West th Street,
Walnut Street at 4 p.m. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. annual homecoming of the members will be observed all day. invited to organize tournaments Jacksonville, was Injured on
'WONDERLAND DAY NURSERY Both sermons will be delivered by the pastor. On Tuesday night The evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. Rev G Allen, pastor and clubs. January 27, In the vicinity das
the entire congregation will accompany the pastor to St. Stephen I lot the Community Baptist Church, will have charge of the Sewing and Alterations Boa city in the Quasi Ham
INFANT CARE Baptist Church and participate In tbe anniversary of the church (services. Choir No.1 and Usher Board No.' 1 will serve. The Classes for beginners and advanced Province Republic of Vietnam,
and o! tnepastor. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at 7.30 p.m., fCholr. will meet Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. The choir will meet members are currently, when a hostile grenade exploded
ffi tin Till Hr SmJpiclil followed by Bible Study at 8 p.m..llell" Day will be Sunday, Wednesday at 7:30 for rehearsal. offered each Thursday eveningat ..Us sustained fragmentation
I April 27. Roosevelt Bacon is chairman. The church is located. ._ ,z., ; 7.30 p,m. under tutorship. wounds to the right arm!
$ Ctn Tilt' Mitfcir film at $1614 East MH. Strut, NEW HOPE AME: >w flll'' i i', .M"II.J"! i" :w cr 'Quills Jones., noted.... tailor and the right sided the chest.A ,
.
lib* first Quarterly conference will be held on February 13 with la '
ud'XMivwV .Llce nsed by the State till cttt.TinnIe telegram from the Depart
Picku? Available 'VA2ICK AJ-ffl ZIONAsh Presiding Elder ..F. Foster In charge. AU boards will make Classes 'resimemeetings ment of the Army' assured
I I 764-1424 Owner, Hattie M. Kelly 'Wednasdayservlces will be February 19 at 7.30 p.m. The reports;'Rev. %.1.. Tyrus! Is pastor. Lynda Henry Is reporter. on February 1 at Jackson's parents thai,be,-.Is
830: a.m. Mr.; ,Willie Smith receiving the best of care and
.1 : HOUSE FiR: SALE I ATTEND THE CHURCH and Mr. Julius Guinyard will that the prognosis Is goad
EARNING and LEARNING I' OF YOUR CHOICE Instruct those who desirous Jackson Is a recipient of the
m Sherwood Forest Split level. of playing. Advanced playersare Purple Heart Be is also the
'S bedrms, 1-1/2 bathrooms. l' loll RANILER urged to attend in orderto grandson of Mrs Nina :Williams '
Downstairs completely organize team participate He Is a graduate of
Boys &.. Girls Can Mak Money finished; 10 ft.built-in bar and :Excellent pay and fring benefits la local, state and national Stanton Vocational Senlof High
;play area. Walnut paneled dea: lor a high school graduate tournaments School, class of 1967, and
Original price, $14,500. $1,500 not atrald of hurl work On-thv' The art of Karate started its attended Mt.. Tabor Baptist
;cash and takeover mortgage Excellent pay and frlng,benefits second season February 6 at while la the States. ,The
Florida Are ..or 5-1/4 per cent Interest for a high school graduatenot 6:00 p.m.under the instruction telegram was received by Sir
Star
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.. ..." ", Payment,\ $82.89 per month. Job-training. Shift work. Clark The class Is open to signature of Leonard F, Chapman -
EARNING From $$1. lo J'10.00 Weekly '" r''" Fenced-in back yard. Call for $Z.94-1/2 I per hour. Apply ill boys and girls, ages 1319. Jr, General of the USMC
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men were Newsboys. Start A Route ':' ::., I. New IMPROVED NATUlftT ROOM FOR RENT;..

: TABLETS for that tired, ra> '' Furnished Quiet home;'Nice
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of down feeling that keeps you from location Cooking No children.
y. Anywhere You Live In Florida.. SUNDAY, MARCH. 2 8:30. P.M.. 'enjoying life. Respectlrul couple. Westside.
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100 Tablets $3.00,200, Tablets For Information call 354.4194
t $3.00. 1.00 deposit on COD'S.: ;
," \ 1 JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM' EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES FOR RENT

.. .. "r' ;"" J fiept FSL Illinois 5937 N. may;/ 311 W.'6th st.1 bedroom unfurnished -
'\, ("t,-'i y ; Chicago, 60626FOfi apartment. $55.00
: tai *'IN PERSON !cON STAGE 11IO.

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) 'THIS I "}p '' '., < fc SaciellT APT.. 'FOR RENT[ ,,, .
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; COUPON ,JODAI. ,; ,., ri : Partially,famished. S "IJ.;/
living lire kitchen
room,
Frac.oA: STAR-2323 Moncrief Road, Jacksonv) e, Florldt 't"p"" 1i",\.,I!' TOWN HOUSES closed front porch.. Upstairs.Adults ..
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: '" only. Stone >as-1113.
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FIRST NAME wi. Ki. ,' WASHNOTON NTS.., FOR SALE |..
224 St.' 26 room. and
Spearing
..\' ',\., RagelhileraterLi : 3 ban home Lowdoawpayment
and balance. $125.00 mo.': '
:ADDRESS, STREET, A. NUMBER PHONE NO. ; MMtlly. PlJIHtl FOLJTO BIGBCI. *"
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r I Bedroom $3155 354-84)5'' 317WForsytlSt.
lead my <* W .. : + '
fM copies of the FLORIDA STAR on 3DedrooaUM
'SHL.to start 11Im ID business. 1 will pat the t.: i '1 All Nls'. Inn tl Plus Rail ,4I drwn.$66.81till : dl
: FLORIDA STAR 15? for each copy he sells/Thole 'r tit .' ,q FN *
flat, are. !not sold, 1 will return ,and will not be .: CLAT TTSON a MAMA IIITRETMANV ':: tttl MIRJVWCAN .. f "" :a ,.
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required to pay for.unsold copies.. ,. ', ttt tt. .- apartae*
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: : {,1.,1 ", 'kNI MORETCKETS .. to sack apartSM*. $1.,0 0.00.
,:,!;. ::il ': : : ...i.. ON BALE ATt: Bolds Record Shop 121 W. AshWy St: Ken Knight" Dr. Tarms. .r.:; ;;: ;'." .'. -/
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