The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00553
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00553
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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': For the first time In tbe'history:
Turmoil, confrontations n Grosf: Exploitation of women Democrats In the city ARDUSTI
.school.cutoffs have faced the of Jacksonville a Black women
..'. colleges the past week. has been chosen u secretary
'Many schools have been bit Nik IseVitry' Holes Ti1 to the Duval County Democratic
by student disorders. Among ExecutlTo Committee.irs. .
tilt Welt is Howard University ii111cks o.t of'' Brmioutl Erect E, (Jo) West, 1'
iIa Washington, staid all-Negro t ,w noted figure In civics,politics, :
hwUtutloa.Students. r education and government, Is UNDER COURTO-R-DE'R
at Howard boycotted /IwMen- t, the first Negro chosen to serve
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classes for about a week. They TH8 ft W of t arttaJe*_aftout fte /so-cc1ledrNoldNevO $ .In the vital and important post

,leek over: tbe law school put m S aoVvl! bemff written la the hope that the beads i ia s1 dsecretar .
chains the and locked '
m doors *e Industry and g ueeront wiLl (take note oftto dteeoi ; I
IN learned
faculty members aad rotoatsieat whmn Black ,1. '! ;HEW Lists
aeeoat in fate asmmieiHiA \l,
outside. Their demands were 'b
..based "meaningful:; student it IB* way her w being Boated parUclpetloo" t' toat* hopes dent the Bower Structure wfll "
la the icbool'spdktes -
oMsrrrd eelm than le deep dlssedefaehId '
: ttef has deeded Hack people of aoeaU, With 14 Under Fire
At fte Wisconsin
University : .
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1 small group of student M amiment, on one hand, w tIn expteellng,' k ,- ''fL"it't\\ S : .
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dUeeaters called off tbelr l 't, tural County's School Board tilt 1964 Civil Rights Act ,
.strike tot a cia,. The National a 4HiHs Jea i suf r his not COlllpUtc1 wltII HEW's Twenty dlstrlctsbavebad &
,Cuard was celled out to quell t 10susses order for integration.. hearings but no decision has .
disorders., The school beads v ; Ets !et pDlgtllleiee to of a r quality of opportunity la"education I been reached. Forty-five, including 1. _
premised to have a faculty Oeneylre to ewy i received an "extra' the three backsliding '
meeting based on the demands he1fI CMN4 (OOttk* If olamtoat could W. push last, week when Health, districts, have been ruled as I" .,\"
,kad tt mat bf thai we're ..
of the Blacks. heading towatfjTAnOtt Education and Welfare, with not complying.!

Pennsylvania State. the Unf-e of the Black cttlsen Robert H. Finch u secretary,' Finch's first order of January
versify of Pennsylvania and the* beta a Uatorlcal pattoni to Jacksonville bytkebasi. To MRS S. S. WEST cut three additional southern !29 gave five southern districts
4 University of Illinois u well school districts off the rolled olI1'lCel
eel a chance a 60-day period
d Black
the Concordia s eIdaen-Indeed, evercharp klm, Mrs West is the wife of Joel
M Seminary In ,national patronage because of to retrieve their funds.
d I nafillso
Urn-with late
.,;.SL Louis. wore affected by lee yetts, charges-Ms. beeaacoatawe.>i. ., L West and mother of three *rttv w ; .children. .J| ep-South attitudes ondueltloalo8luluuhdMhltel ,from Atlanta, that U school
4r*.*. Word vas out ttUAuthorities The Necro'eOll1riumUr tau 1cog \,, units In Florida have been ap-
.* at the University"of Wisconsin// ,..tentletMmorraUO' ,A t && kuudrto. .district* free- ;'crowoVjThirti'&Ye others are
!l.; .taelnftndprgseeutisg: ,hrti :it .,-.- ae....**:, I' /students. ;The state senate toted' .County and the.State of Florida. Aid hay beta stopped Jor been ruled 1Dt1J b1.. Six.
,far Investigation of the trouble. r I :Th. Negro segment of tbe party (District :33 at Emmet Ark. are currently being checked. '
'..>*: Timothy W. Swain; it vys has not had as" active a voiceIn Greenwood County ScboofDistrict' ( Five' districts have hues : .
president of the University,ofllinols the the party as It would like '' BZ S.C. and
Ninety, completely desegregated( for :t.....
:deplored the:damage toaemrky, ecelaledaally, Ifu and deserves Chester County Board of more than a year. The thirty. I
done there and felt that conspirator lit a* toremneri raped the Ntee (, The State Executive Commit Education, Henderson Tean.. two units must eliminate .55 : :2
,should be expelled tee of the Democratic Party These districts must tow the segregation byseptember,1970. -
immea atny. taw baft btoeked wt Is far from an lategratdgronp\ line by March ,.18 or be lost.. About 24.1 per cent of the
Mississippi ,Valley, State 3 ttKNrt were Hart u there are Negroes serving Four other districts have been school population of Florida
':; College ftta Bena, Miss., has IN $ Is ego '
::?lOt been omitted,There, Ia M Ida ud tte' This Is blamed on antiquated Counties under court order
r to five to swell ,. Payne School
election laws. :
.;students alleged Dr. J. White for !not complying are: Duval,
president, backed down on h Perhaps if and when tile Alachua, Bay, Brevard, B.C.-Congressional Page Leonard Smith left,.'
vas s llahl wren Sol laws
:kgdg.White. and boycott 50 MorN eqrh5f election of the State of Employee' Hid Broward, Columbia, Escambla, an l ltd grade honor student at New Stanton Senior High School,
:leaders planned' meeting*for' lb l' t a1 Florida u they pertain to,the Hilliborough, ladlan River, visits the site of President Nixon's inauguration the east side of
'CONTINUED ON PAGE'I 111 election of state committeemen Lee,. Leon Orange Pinellaa, the Capitol with U.S. Representative Charles E. Bennett of
had 1fa/4 TYr1 and committeewomen have been Attended FJC Polk, Sarasota and Wakulla. Jacksonville ,.Bennett appointed Smith to be a page in the VS.-
PioneerREy.OCaLOCKETT, 1 opt ant reapportioned restructured The Nixon Administration House of Representatives for the month of January. Smith, son''
41th"voctfsltt rN better representation ,will be The serving of divorce papers seems to be adhering closely of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith 1703 Eaverson Street Jackson-
r kin ferrsl aat ahasdtu s M tlr possible. by his estranged wife, the reselling the outlines of the Johnson. but was present and shook hands with President Johnson when
violent argument about Administration. hj made his final State of the Union Address on January 14.
; I $250,000; ..i.) divorce, temper flareups all
seem to have led to the brutal,
,\ D1ktlellitt im'* W fatal beating, ole college-. New York Lawyer Guyana LagosRepresented
Ordered After attending mother of four small ,

$" children early last Saturday
*juw gMrWet*to morning then the husband
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M9s t MIOMst Mir oaa pA at leay Georgia Arrest, allegedly beat her Into Defends Rights In
MNaeere tMa eaoya oafldepl b CsIM.it, IMt td, ev+' insensibility, to the extent that
fcjMo of,tkoa* "aoamo Negroes" ae Malcolm called ear' The long arms of the FBI cut be broke tbebutt of a .22 tfaoftkeraoe. short, the $40,000 spree of a rifle, Upper
*&MtlM+ <| tatoteUyMlhtl** slit m oa. mw alaiihof. <4 **nn dseIraJeuF National Bank hero when Curtis of Sammy; Lee Powell, Sr., 'TALLAHASSEE -Thirty-six
-I eltal -fMp buffs ckatp.Jtta Scarbrough, 49, wu arrested :4103 Lockhart Drive, where of the 143 honor roll students
9 IMhBIr trQlJ 1N In Savannah this week following the dead woman lay. The Fifth Circuit Court of court Judges for "trying cases d Florida AIM University
a nationwide search for the According to officers tile Appeals In session here this without depositions.", during the fall quarter came
person who took the money from alleged murder used the butt week, started hearing relating The group, headed by Wilcox from Jacksonville according
Rev Dele LockotC; $r., above,: : I' $ bums. 1 $ the bank vault on February 11. of a .22-callbro rUle' to whip to the. denial of Injunctions contends that the officials In to a release from the depart
completed 20 years of contln- tint Scarbrough suspected of the his wife. against some 100 civil rights Gainesville and in the countyare ment of admissions and records
:real service with the Mid- i burglary after his prompt dis'appearance Detective Sergeant J.L. Saber plaintiffs la Gainesville against using unfair tactics, thus of the noted school.Thirtytwo .
States Steel awl Wire Company befom the discovery' said "I have never seen anyone public officials to keep the latter' denying them their constitutional of ,these top
'of Jacksonville In 1961. Rev. 1 .a w1 n of tilt crime,'was nabbed In a: beaten so badly In my life." frop prosecuting the workers rights to free speech students were honor students..
:Lotkott.ono{ of.the oldestemployes w tsldlhle v taxicab in the Georgia city and, He was accompanied by on such charges ss arson, inciting with "bad faith" charges Four others have straight "A"
In point of service, though armed, put up no rt11ataDc. Detective Sergeant.Z.R. Deyo. to riot aDd contempt of Mrs. Carol Thomas was among averages. Therefore the
.was proaonterl a pin. He worked .. ,The sordid story goes back to court. tilt appellants. She has served registration fee for each of the
earlier for the George D. Three-fourths of the mowy the serving of the divorce Last December United States one contempt of court term four has been walvered.
Aachter'' Company helpedto .was found according to papers by Mrs. Powell. This District Court Judge Harold and is,at present,under another < Evelyn Eaves Lane Jackson,
build the plant Ree Lockett reliable sources. led the two Into a violent Carswell ruled for the Alachua similar ,charge, with a 1100 Cecilia Dawklns and Eugene
leek forward to many more I According to Robert Gebhardt,' argument. Their small children Comty officials In a summary bond to boot.Noticeably: Jones of Jacksonville are four-
.,..Jura 'ot service .before special FBI agent here, Scar went to bed tad were later Judgment. absent was Irvln Mint "A' students
..;rearing.. CffirciitTifkttis Jude. Lloyd loyto. brougb was 'the. object of a awakened when the husband and The civil rlghters claim they (Jack) Dawklns, collaborator Those making '1." averages
v r NiisMislip briviFtr nationwide search. "wife broke wit into argumeat are due a bearing. with Mrs Thomas In the pub, are: Andrew Fears, CherrllynGatson
J lows Oi lobtarlts According to further information a second time. A nationally-known UCLA llcatloi of what Gainesville Devon Green, Cynthia
,' Scarbroogh went on afpt"dfrg Police records reveal that the lawyer William Kunstler, Is ,pollcr labeled a race disturbing Jackson Merceda Key, Glide
: YMCA 'Sit Jade A. Lloyd Layton, toe rash of holdups la JacksonTille spree In Savannah. role man bit his mate with a here from New York m the pa"""!fit. )tie Is a key figure. Malloy, Richard W. Marshall,
The nutty-first causal TMsday of this week literally recently. Be felt that stiff His actions In Savannah had broom. She ran Into the frost Interest of the appellants. Joe Water, said to be In the Klmule McNalr Josephine
1 r'Mara i tank \tMCA: "laldthe law dowirwhm be fines and sentences,would lead ,not boon pinpointed at that yard. Then, according to Levi W11cc one of the anpellants prison at Ralford. was not Moore, Patricia R.ddrlck,
met sentenced two"11III-0111. .to time., records,' Powell, Sr., seised trifle Simmons
barsalp aarolbaeut drive win' deterring others. bent on > publicised for his present. Karen G. Larry
Friday 21 at' parmarket robbers to. IS robbery The suspected ex-Janitor was and followed her. activities. in the rights field, L aster urged Negroes to Thomas, Marshall Toombs
:.o of".'hi PIll-Restaurant February years neb la prison., Assistant State Attorney.Gene. arraigned before, United There; in the yard, the angry was somewhat pleased with come to the hearings.: Eugene Eaves, Dewitt Hughes
;Forty-fifth aadUJ.No. I North,. last September' 2, William Moss showed that sentenced States Commissioner Tuesday husband struck the defenseless proceedings but warned that courtroom was overcrowded Lena M. Jackson, Geraldine
Mead of at !the Holiday flaw,. Lewis Parker, 27 and Charles 3ea were with u accourj 1cs. and held under $%50,000 bond.: .woman repeatedly 'with ,the when things are not right they When Assistant State Attorney Michael, Christopher Morse,
This year's drive win be Henry Depres 26, were caught Two were armed with/ pistols. pending an order for. removal rifle barrel Powell also struck will "try something else.',' "*. Georgieff attempted to speak: Clara Whlpple, Tbomaa Powell,
spearheaded by Alton Adams robbing the store' at 1059 Park "They landed the supermarket) to Jacksonville.Scarbrougfl her with the rifle butt, so that However, matters became some of the corridor visitors Ronald Serjeant Fare Winters
(*. eeordbmtor of the ,"' Street. at 7.49 P a..on September .. according' to an she. lapsed Into unconsciousness' somewhat tense at the court began clapping rhythm. Chief Alvln Anderson, Richard
$ *Toath Corporatloa.Neighjttoraee "- A, criminal cart found them, According, to testimony, they officer at the bank was t good and later died, before arrival building. All available Jackson- Judge: Griffin Bell of Atlanta Chaney, Sandra Darling,SaodraDenefield
''-' Iko drive win riw' 01 rebrary" 12, -, .W.,, guilty pproackid the manager, employe and had .sever been introuble. at Devil Medical Center. vllle officers were called out. stopped the proceedings Judge Thaddeus Kitties
'.,' ,.teas and has been last for 'of robbery. .Dennis J,. Rae in his front Ho received' about Powell, It Is said, began Some of them were helmeted. Griffin threatened to use his Carmen Adams, HarrollBuggs,
... enroll designed ledge Layton set the appeals 'office, and held him up."ROM $290.00 per month. Part of bisJobtns swinging. the rifle like a bueball They' were stationed every ,prerogative, clearing the room. Goldle McCoy, Marian Bodlson,
-.. .sad embets. family. bonds for the two 1100,000 and others were later forced cleaning the fault la bal. '.where. -, Kanstler assumed that he won Ruby Thomas andGweadolynWalker.
t. r TeteaoMr yieth He denied new trial- ,motionsTmesday. Into a room and barricaded. which the money was stored. One child called tile police.;; The number of plaintiffs was his appeal sheathe. Judges,upon .
t:; Cast, received .saber who.. have Store employes identified the AQ. the money was la bills efsomewhat Patrolmen S... Blair and B.A. reduced to those only who wen questioning the summary Judge Other counties with large,
. .' ... kits ,, further Impetus was flfentte, men u two of the....... The, smaller denomlna1 ,4 :III InIIc.may Sot Inem at the proeouaclng of the sentences Jury deliberated .less than JOmiMtra '1;tloas and :was used for 'Sr.,waiting for them .. such matters should ban beta .were: Godson, Leon, RUIstxHrough.

j **.A k or ealiiag; f7000Isve 7Hyroau ...M. by Stats Attorney T. IdwardAustta. ,' then returned the operations Se bask. Be surrendered' without. The court gave the rights group brought up earlier at a hear Ing.: Polk, Orange Palm
?\'. ., Be itpd la the courtroom -: guilty Terdlet. Mtxlmam. The suspected man left his I trouble. II days to file a brief on Since, la District Court this Beach, St., Lucle, Broward aDd
, e. "!, -. :;rr; .Jaaea., execattr." that severe senteacis. bepassed : ptI&JtJ'lI' lift baptlamad..e ., light I car on Florida Amae The body was m the treat yard, the question of summary Jndg- ''had not happened, they opined. .Daoe.t;
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Publlahed by the Compan) r YOUNG JR.

MEMBER ......1.. It We bear a lot about the poverty

": ,' &" AND LOVES ITS OWN MEMORIES problems of big!cities but agate.rualpoY.rI1I1IOJDIb1DI.lH

...",11,i ,, IT CAN NEVER FULFILL ITSELF Erupt reporting tor starvation the rare cases headline to i

NEGRO LTIONAL COMPLETELY parts of the South, there Isn't '
much concern about the ,rladI '"
lag hopelessness and despairin
tile countryside.But .
ERIC 0. SIMrsei..MIIAfilK HITlIIIIA 1j the problems of the cities
;, r begins In tile sharecropper'shacks

ffOOTEI..CIICfllTIll. '( HINICEfitillllXfi and courthouse towns of
tile South. Black people brutal- .
I lied bv segregation and uspoverished -
ADDRESS, .:" by the lack of opportunity toastagnant economy, thee

to tile big cities/ ;
2323 NOKCNEF ROAD There, they Just find Impacted slum conditions. They've traded
the land of their fathers for rotten living conditions heartless
I. cities Jobs for the products of rural Southern schools are'rbVansver
5SS FLORIDA 32201 '.t.
; to this unjust cycle of migration and poverty. alargeKate
PHONE 354-6712 development effort to revltalln the economy of
substandard rural areas The Urban League is making such ao

; \ effort one of its highest priorities, and we are urging tile federal
MIAMI OFFICE 5010 H.I. 7th lIt government, which has the power to bring sweeping changes,

; to do likewise.I .
PRONE /ISMI7I r, recently visited one area which Is > the Crbu
< (fij efocto
League effort-Hancock County of four o!
'StfesdR11''Tio OYp '7 Jo, its 10,000 people are Negro The median family income: is lest

than $%.500. Compare that to the national average of well over
One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 ,Mailed To You $8,300.

Anywhere la The United States ... .., After the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed Black peoplewere
able to elect county officials Two of the three county
Subscription Payable In Advance "" commissioners now are Negro. All three invited as to come to
/ Hancock County and help them improve living conditions !there.
Send Check Or Money Orde, To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O.. BOX 899 1' Ct it People need Jobs housing better schools. Federal and state

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 :"; programs have to be coordinated to bring services to the
WHEN AND WHERE, 'AWARENESSSHOUID BEGIN I I with the same efficiency as subsidies that go to large farm

::......r: ... ..rr.rr r .. ..a ..r. ..r..rr.. .....r.: owners.The Urban League is going to do Its best to make Hancock

A New Student Approach County a showplace for rural development. We're going to try
h't : to make people! '. lives better so that they can remain there
WEEKLY and still lead good lives, or, if they wish to move to tile cities,

Some 1,5001 students at Gonzaga University, Spokane Wash be better equipped to do so.
:staged what may been an example of the nation's most peacefulcalled Hancock County is a symbol of what this nation has done to its
campus revolt. windows were broken, No police were a a rural poor and it Is a symbol of the hundreds of poor counties
',to put down disorder. Just like: It. The Voting Rights Act brought hope to many Black
In the end the students appro.ad l by a huge-majority resolution ;m HOROSCOPE GUIDE people in these areas. They saw the opportunity to use the power

'backing of all people-tbe university. president and the reforms : of the ballot to Improve their lives
'be Is trying to make OJ II .;. IIr Now many of these counties have Black officials and others
Toe students did close the university for one day. They met at will have soon Unless the government and the private sector
tbe student union'and held a!!'day affirmation" They separated : give meaning to political democracy by bringing economic
:into groups of 30 and discussed where they thought Goo saga ; By PABLO The ASTROLOGER j prosperity to such areas dreams will be dashed and faith In

.should be going; .r the democratic process will wither.
The demonstration was Initiated when it was rumored that the I recently met with the people and leaders of Hancock County.
'unlvers ty's president the Very Re/ John P, Leary was aboutto = WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKYDAYS Representatives of regional federal offices were there, and they
resign at the Insistence of the Jesuit faculty members who $S offered concrete help The next step,not Just for Hancock County,
I objected to some of his views and decisions affecting the university .. t but for the whole South must come from Washington.
i and tti students FORBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL/ : \ I'm calling on President Nlxoi: to demonstrate his publicly
The Issues of conflict centered around these issues He had ,M. .. 1 stated concern for the problems ot the poor by making a special
appointed three laymen to the university's formerly all-priest I rural-development effort a top priority.
Board of Trustees; then the new board and he agreed to permit As a start be could appoint a special task force of representatives -
:coeds to visit men's dormitory rooms. The board and he tailed J' I of federal agencies to help us turn Hancock County Into a

to condemn publicly a poem written by a Negro student and ................................,.....---.------------------ model demonstration of how a poor Southern Black belt county i
published in the student newspaper. --- ------------- ------- .......................... I can be brought Into the mainstream of American prosperity

I This coursed action might; restrain must of the trouble now IIIU;': '': CAHCCIIII : Why wait for a flood or a riot to declare. places like this
l flaring:up,Hour adversities, for It represent 4 an effort to be, t .14 'UIIAJ CAPlICIII"" j disaster area? e
fresponsive to the will of the student body/'* '"'f ** "l *"" ;' 1"fIIICI2Ut. 1 '2ZI t IW
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j -, Arm ,IN "HUE 22.1, OCT:'::'23rd 22nl .... III. :IStl : College Student Speaks \

Basketball Fans, 'Mind Your MannersIn Be In the vanguard.When thereis Trial and error. Until these B seems to me:
a good cause to be taken up can be no doubt as to the real Figure out There is more Set the pace. Even if it looks That "telling like it is" is both an uarrammatlcal and a
positive period ahead which
general, decorum at basketball games is commendable But Arlans often are among the first nature of personal aspirations may and feels like winter as yet, misleading expression.The .
enable to
there are a few who make themselves nuisances at these athletic to volunteer when the call for aid and the methods devised to wherever many it bas been restore disturbed order it does not take away from ,the glibness of the supposed aphorlsm-lrequently In
encounters. For this reason we would like to speak to them. is sounded Their pioneering fulfill them, it may be the including the knowledge that spring is no support of Black, militant Ideas-is the expression's chief
No'bing in hates fans more than having their evenings ruinedby spirit is so well grounded as to 'better part of wisdom to adopt all-important eco- longer far away. The daylight drawback. For altber Black nor white militants have a monopoly
comic department. Then
the "blabber-mouth" who can't keep quiet for a minute Kor.cI1stUstlng make their services greatly a makeshift policy that can be thinking start mat comes a Utte earlier and on the truth.
than be, is the I.Uow"bo feels that he can't enjoy thegame demand. Continue to look Into altered with each change of in terms of the future lingers somewhat longer Is Whatever one's viewpoint the world is not obliged to
and what can be done to accept
few drinks tbe bardrock stiff Walker so-called profit-making the winds keep proof enough of that. Witt U,
without a Johnny propositions Individuals are going it stable and uncluttered It. Each person is entitled to see history from his own vantage
: Then there is the soft drink specialist who keeps asking peopleto with a magnifying glassso through pretty much the game emotional by comes a rising desire to produce point.
pus cokes from vendor to him, then pass the money to the as not to be caught on the experiences that nations are Tbe search or for complications more and to Increase the Negro militants have u much right as anyone, else to air their
vendor and then vendor his back. It would not losing end in the final account' happiness, related returns. Ambition, if
; the passes change being subjected to..W. all know after all is views. But they don't have the right to force their ideas on
real. It Is
:be so bad It be did this Just once, but he makes it a habit as long fag Friends may be stirring there is something wrong but to each and, very to determine up left to Us own devices, la likely others. Those who presume to "tell it like it 11 probably
to take
.u the game lasts.Finally up the vivid Imagination with do not quite know exactly what., everyone on amplitude and draw .dm't.That't. '

there is the guy who can't sit still. He continues to tales that 'have more fantasyi Consequently it is Just as difficult to take Just, and what what form are it the is surest likely you into rather unusual activities another cute, but meaningless expression is "doing one's
,leave his seat causing people to get up to let him pass down than substance to back them to preset Ibe.the proper mediums to obtain it.I30.M.17SI.M7. or occupations This. own bbl-[."
the aisle.These up We do our may not entirely suit your mate
remedy. can only This appears to mean
"fulfilling oneself la a that meets
thoughtless folks fall to consider the rights of others. 1-.O. .U-I3-'llt best from day to.day and cope, or others who live under your one's particular needs." There's nothing wrong with that. But
'It you thoughtlessly have made yourself a nuisance at the game, with each problem, as it arises, roof. the glib expression is nsuallyapplledtoanyostenally
try and improve your manners at the next game you attend. to the best of our,ability, J ..90 -14 U 7S 831 energetic or rebellious action. eccentric

3-5O-le t2-49.118, Thus, a perIOD gyrating at a rock 'n' roU dance Is MM to be
.. SCUM "do1Dl 5Jf on thing merely because he is feverishly Inmotion.

NAACP Legal Task Goes Oa THUS mi 0cr. ""1 IIIIIIISKll Despite the individualistic Implication cube expression
a 1ate-: dolnghla own thing" Is probably only conforming toraae

With Reduced Legal Staff' mi mil ICI 24(1( ., IIV 22H1 IAN the fad.Meanwhile .
2tl FEN till II 'I
2iti. an HIM HIT go. group of Black ,000000r. It C
m Junior
Unshackle yourself Doubts College has successfully
'One of the strong arms of the MAACPuas been the power of its It takes feeling. Anyone who Isla 2M IK. 22H > inhibitions and prejudices can, 'n'. playtime. It could be the birthday officially UNrecopJa.td. BWSJSBSSweiMr.IwilSr

legal staff In convincing: theSupreme Court of Injustices Involving tbe position of havingto figure add up'to a pretty heavy load, right furniture moment around to change tile say. wasn't aU be was cracked up to be. Besides the .tadeDtl
Black people for many decades out what the other fellow is up to Do the hob. Whether' you like especially when one keeps piling where youQve Lincoln hollda,. hoDorlDe Blact 1lIr0l1: '
u a of overcoming
Not long ago the legal staff almost as a body quit beaus: of will tot get far with ordinary or not, there appears to be ,| them on Instead of ditching winter way doldrums. Or the Poor Be cu't WIll for g'In his own borne stale.
alleged pressure from the executive secretary with referenceto guesswork. One has to put Job that has to be done It is a them. It may be opportune to don't mind It you That those who speak the loudest In the WIle or academia
the legal staffs impropriety. However members of the oneself la the other person's fact that the sooner we tackle find a'quiet corner in orderto trouble going through the freedom, human equally' amd the rights or IlIaD tend to be the
resigned staff agreed to complete, on a retainer basis, pending shoes and Imagine what would an unpleasant task, the less ponder and wonder'and to have the house or first to deny these ......P.1r I.b men, ,
apartment redecorated
cases which they were handling be tile logical thing to do.under onerous it becomes. The longerwe find out exactly what your real and altered There's something about Proclaiming one's prlmclp15s too
As a matter of tact, some cases have had to be handled on a the same circumstances. let it slide the more difficult problems are: It would naturally with the Idea may even be toying mightily: tine usually winds op negating, rather than affirming '
local basis, sometimes on their own in collaboration with the. Failure to understand neb It will be. The stage may have be resented if anyone else would altogether and of moving out:; th.m. For fruited acUOIII are typically defense against the;
national office other could I result la rather been arrived at where a better offer to enlighten yon on this taking up residence want-Uc are often the 01 what
. In spite of this slight interruption, the work of the NAACP is sharp and deep-seated misunderstandings. understanding with key associates corn but still, it would facilitate In a suburb, in another opposite
being carried on Among the more notable cases now being B shouldbefairly has now been reached the task tremendously The community, or in an.alien land Thus, w. bYe the spectacled: extremist' students usJJtCommllD1st

handled by the former legal staff are the defense of the Texas peaceful during the rest of the making It easier all around to.I 'one who loves you dearly, and X2011998J.M8PISCES coercive mob tatttca ID sugposed defense of academic freedom
Southern University students accused in the death of a policeman month with local Int.restland face problems and new under" who Is sure of your affection dlctatorlbJps hlpocrIticaliy the "rl&fJl!
during a campus disturbance In Kay, 1W7; and the filing ala problems dominating dally takings. Friends may be little in ,return, could be the Ideal' 01 man," tad both white and Ding bigots proclaiming the "ottw
damage suit against the chief of tbe South Carolina State Highway scene freer with advice and. maybe. person to'undertake such a' racr of bigotry.

Patrol la the slaying of three South Carolina State College 7 M .11'. W W'. I1J with cash, should It be needed. Job. But you oust be helpful SSSKf1* Important: but' TOrt do much good to talk
students. But with the Leo pride taking by being willing to Judge yourself ;'
The handling of cases on a local basis may retard the work the'sscemdaacyti: 'It Is doubtful as you would others: Actions that noisily express our: tor

the former NAACP.contribution Next time you -give to the Association, double your that requests many at' will this make time otb any rthaa such .I M U -'ae'3I. 7(9KM Kll- FEI.m fellow mID. idler a much, ...r.YII1,respect to secure and regard these,rights.CIIC'

KOMIMM in a purely business way SARITUIIIS: MIL 2111

This Week la Negro HistoryFeb. air : 1.'o.rr..sf.101 NIL recipient Everybody of a nil bonansa In. 'Be. see the Negro History I. ,:Retrospect,

ZOo 1(27: Hiram R. Revels first* Negro Senator from 21st IIIE 21it ."ill 23rd IEC. 21stDo now long it .takes for people Yss. we are ani''1batIbiK'ir'oID.torjWeek eelebrstias toot
Mississippi (1(70-71)), was bora. it quickly. If a surlflce .including alter strangers, to place last week. W.
Worry Is debilitating. To beCCJDIb.IItIT Jill IK.23rJ has to be made; It will not make try aad chisel la under ,one whale matter Ia retrOlpeCL purposely n1Ied,' 10 that we could. vie. the

Feb. ,21, 1922: Dirigible "Roma" exploded, descending at under strain over ." it easier to. try and do it by guise or another. This Is one TIle the place 01 the Negro credits
something that cannot be clearly .ENV 22H valid reason why tile seed for beet tI1Iton.4 b1 the
Hampton, Va., where Hampton Institute located. degrees, or pit it oft d a myth about Itgtou
defined can really take the secrecy has beea awry bed doing early slavery period.
JoT Share with whom? Of indefinitely. Tae pain may be' stressed, At that time the
Feb. <* of life: Bis better to learn course wherever It 11 Negro was viewed U befog Sa tile class auk II
111ble 10
23, 186$: Dr. ..I.B. DuBois latb r.tatumaaXUCPdlrect couples ,and families should sharp but short-lived when a P IIIIJII- ,cunt or'Jut slightly
r for more than 24 years, was bora la Barrlngtoa Mass. me truth right off tbe bat and share everything, both good clean cut is made and the problem :taia it If anyone feels trapped or ,IhoYe U..TIle white writers created
to face and Wnoa Nxual u4
up to' its implications. bad, since this la the cement eradicated once and for in one way or another it could s.relatbmsbiPm autos b.twNa Blacks

Feb. 14, '1111: Bishop Daniel A. Payne,"of the AME Church and There are more favorable that Is binding. But whoa acvabbtoeee all. And it's sot good to look be a fine time to lake a trip. :wuni Nat Turner IocIdent threw
factor for Back min a'lll
founder of WJlberforce University, was bora at Charleston, I.C. action takttg Individual and, occasionally;* I Mack with longing tor this couldprevent B not only would be protective farbiddea b get u a self over the ,
daring these. coming 'one from the but'It could give you tine to 'perpetuated edlcttlaa. Later i erept1OG'laD
Feb. week and they should beutilised atrupr. e11tt.that the,... seeing sort out ideas 11III11"- ..... Interim schools for Blacks who needed edlc tim
24, 11M: Mathilda Dunbar, mother of poet Paul Laurence lave t right to dip freely into rosy horisoa that Is lying most II ahre',
Duster, died. according to personal one's liard...,.. gains the straight ahead. Mars entering replacing loose that are shop- The Rlst::: Week dlscrla1Dat1oal A!utRecroueaaUa'".
elrclllltucel. It 1IIIJIIl' 1 M Moment to call the rising solar sign Is like won with a brand new set that 'fact tlW 1a Atlanta orator at r.wv cited tile starW
.Feb. .o..III/11P11fecro. .Udosaectie and public relations astophascome I fit la more with the Us ..'A aboi4 1 boob are IIIdt a1Jable far sack
M, 1(70: B1raar..Ia.. / took. oath, of ,are a' tor 4 1 I TsU applies to people whobor the shot startisf: off anew .Black child. w0W 21 are -
I office. la U.8, senate,gFeb. IJ' eoasldenble lanpronst I'row and forget to bring thinn. race which array of you nay companion who sham' sure or New.Ita.s k. bees r Wedebby lot ndI. child.r .
, la butaacee where hack be fully. qualified to via. A; less the same views cat b* of 1dIII1II1Itnt1c. tile 't oveats .J.. a citiaud
u welt
:"'28,1' $*; CcC'jordas.: : : Baptist pioneer lid missionary to AId.tter nsy. have .beea trotted I ItorwlresMcelatfcewa7oJ ,i Ijmir> time any People bt;who placed:waste la' bstlac love'could be 'CM of<' tavababla service la tats' aadotaerrespects. that the course ci petmaa by -.s.ts who have toasad JIIpn.1n11OG

.tAfrica,' who also served_ \u' secretary of mteslons; died. Miss who are the same category u those who ttemljor prints to be carried ;, B COiId ..* the part d.cDool hsada tdDactocol- -trop. ,so reipa-tv-
_" try to unburden their off, lid ala short be eaoaga' bring c tes'clcser together Zb. Inues have
: 'Feb..'' 23,1(46: Negro eoaimunlty of Columbia, Teaa., prevented eecperafoaa an set liter/ to your shoulders.;' troublesou .:, Incentive for anybody to strive. tart provide a .wider baste ef radicals, astluallst.bees .karpes.d, 'ww..r' 3>yecks an

. l1nc'1Ic'ata war vetoraa tad ate mother.., .be "upi. .-.te4. ':II''ala-: "I'tIIIIeL11' ... .IO ..11 44-$5 ."via' reaewed vigor: 6 ':j//: :.,; derttajtaug.. ''- 10 -.M-. II.. .. ttl0- ':::r-a It w a',,.mn ..,. A trw letaa.7edpsd: .':

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I mum., FEBiim 22, ms, STAI PAHIS PATE 3

-Commissioner Range Tells FAMU Women's Confab To Work With All IttiSapentehi'Srinm

I Sensational Sovlsters To FAMU Leaders Hear Dignitary Rep. Joseph KershawAud .Dr.C.Snith HAILEM

Appear At New Staiton 'Hfah... :r' +rn Make Inspiring Seggestioaj

The Sensational Soalsters will: lyn Adams Johnett* Asbey, TALLAHASSEE FJa/-FloridiLAM Dent Black citizens who art
be the main attraction at the Betty Cherry and Gall King; Vntversltycoedsweretold noted for becoming the first of IRQT1EIB
First Anneal Calendar,Capers' William Johnson, Betty Wilson : -. iiIth daring the Aniial Womea'i their race in political achievements -
iwJda, night, f Mewl Andrew Wright and the Louise 1 1jl Week activities that they mut emphasised pushing and
Stantoo Senior High School.The Divine Special singing group. work toward Improving the position working along with the Black A''MAGICIANS,
show Is being sponsored by the Advance tickets formlsannoal + of the Black male la male to close the achleVMenl BASKETBALL
DECA Chapters at the school, affair are on sate now at the,,i alt ) r. :: 'Ioda,' society and become. gap between the Black women
and will begin promptly at t.W school in the DE Department I ''il ,N +arw err*r tt mat involved In political ac- and Black men In America. In, Person! :
p.m. according to Mrs. Myrtle ,tor seventy-five cents. tivltles It they are to become a' State Representative Joseph.
,C. Thomas, who Is the faculty Proceeds from this activity< 's wgyr, more positive tore In today's Xerahaw, first Black man In'
coordinator of this first annual will assist Distributive + .society. the Florida Legislature since
activity.The 'Education student delegation tot i I 'tje r Two of Florida's most promt Reconstruction and an alumnus
featured vocalists with the I attend the Ninth J.mua1It1te' -- +re t L of FAMU, urged the coeds to
Sensational Soulsters are Ron |Leadership Conference of the fi, ''tle * "Think: American Lire American -

and Lnclous who are very pop Florida Association of DECA, a, rem Bride and continue to be an even, N
B. Scott
ular with the nrlnglng set.Other March 13-16 at the Desertion, Grace greater force in today's society
groups from the school: Daytona Beach Fit. Proceeds : by getting Into politics on all '
:scheduled to appear and per-' will also assist the DECA ; ( :ii' Of Ulysses Tarter levels.
;torm will Include The Chapters with other financial : : Mrs. Athalie Range, first
Devlle.ttesJ nee group with obligations pertaining to their I Black woman member of the
Grace Scott i
Mrs. B. was
Denise ,B r e sb 0 a, Jacqueline school and co-carrlcuhur act i qdl w eels Tanrtr City Commission Miami said. I
married to Mr. Ulysses
Wilcox, LeSlie Sampson and Urltles Involved in preparing "we must address ourselvesto I!
Betty Gall Euffln; The Pedecks them to become future leadersin k tr srxt at' I p.m. Saturday February' the condition of the masses I I
'dance group: with Qenda Ben. marketing and dtltrlbutiOll.'Soph'isficales' / ga.aae+4ilwakin. I, la the Tabernacle Baptist' for If we are going to be a I
Church. I'J
yard, Rosa Green Sandra Athalie; Rang (second from left) member of the Miami City Commission- served as a Rev C.Yount officiated., positive force In today's I. i
Baverson and Helen Jones.and Red guest speaker daring Women's Week activities at Florida AAM University recently. She' The bride wore a princess society, we must be a positive
,\thi Modern Dane Group from talked with Dade County coeds Rita Grant of Miami and Pamela Carrot Homestead prior empire with lace overlay. force for all level of people.' :
.New Stanton Ball February 22 to her speech-Looking on is Mrs. Annie L. Cooper, associate dean of students In charge Her veil town was attached to a Dr. C.U. Smith chairman ofj
Singing performers will of the FAMU department of sociology -
cluster of blue ,
baby roses '
.include Loretta Morse, Char- The Sc phi lcatea" Red' and and she carried carnations and offered some Interesting
lene Merrill, Carlisle Hawk; White Ball planned for Saturday vl: rosebuds. statistics In a speech prior to.

.The Three Stars with Barbara February, will be held. Golden Dream Club WEDDIIPaO BELLS Mrs. Ellis Stoudemire was Mrs. Range's talk."There were VMsr.FEATURING"
Fuller,. Izona Sama and Sandra Instead February 22, in the the matron of honor Attend' more Black male high school
;,Hunter; The Live Five with, home of Mrs Mablt Mincer. graduates than female la 1861. /
ants Mrs. Melvin Dennis ,
Cassandra Buckholta. Gwendo- $522 Thnrgood Circle East at Celebrates FoundingThe Jessie H. Hunter, Jr S309 'Freddie L. Young,2626 Division were Miss than any other year in the ,., !
( Mrs. Alfred H.
'Bundle Dr. 20 and Marian St. 19 and "
9pm. Mrs. Louise Mealy.Is Marvynne L. Alex history of the country, he '
Mrs. Mar $matbersis Golden Dream Semi-Civic T. Holiendarf, 134& E: 23rd :ander, 1518 Louisiana St., 17. Lillian William. said. : I
Gateway Barracks ,president.reporter. Club will celebrate the second St., 20.Robert. Mr. Alfred Feagin gave the' But he also pointed out that
Sunday February .Napoleon Jenkins 1237 bride away. Yr.Walter Balsden
anniversary W.Monroe while the Black population la "
Phi 13, at <4< p.m, at the Chase J. Jones, 3745<< Brent- St., 36 and Cora L.Gardner from Jersey City was best man.' Florida Is on the upswing, the .. ."
3131 Veterans Chi Eta Street Community Center wood Ave, 23 and Joan M. 1259 W. Adams St., 19. Mr. Balsden! Is a brother of Blacks are losing political '. '"'

Twenty-ninth and Chase Patterson 1121 E. 26th St., 23 the bride. strength because the number of
''Will Meet SaturdayThe Sorors To Meet Streets. Otis J. Williams, 1086 W. 31st Mrs. Stoudemlre, matron of whites increasing at a faster ,-.;.._ .:. ..i
Participants will be:Rev.Paul Joseph L. .Harper Jr., 5218 ,St., 43 and Evelyn Hansberry, honor wore a baby pink tan. rate than the Blacks.Dnal MEADOWLARK LEMON
Ladles auxiliary of Gateway With Mrs. lanrey Fountain, speaker; Deacon Ed- Avenue C., 22 and Rachel. *3922LeeSt,38. The baby pink veil was attached. VsWASHINGTON
Barracks 3131 of Veterans ward Sheppard and Deacon Gibbons, 222S W. 43rd st., 18. to silk organza bow.. She 'County, CCNEMLS
'of World War No. I will meet Chi Eta Phi Sorority win hold Johnnie Thanlel, devotions! ;. Willie L. Flemming, Jr., 567 carried pink camellias and wore PLUS
'Saturday at the home 1509 its regular monthly meeting in Elder Neal Jr, solo. Willie L. Dennis, 1158 W. 26th ,.W. 1st St., 24 and Elizabeth .pink accessories. Practical Norses
Kings Road at t p.m. the home of Mrs Daniel L. Mildred Hampton will serveas St 22 and Barbara J. Gatson, Mllledge, 4235 Kantanga Dr.Maurice Attendants to the bride wore AN
All new members are asked Lauray, 6520 Thurgood CircleE I mistress of ceremonies. All 923W, IstSt.nHlwatha S., 29. empire A-line gowns of peau; Will Meet FridayThe ALL STAR
'to be present and on time. at I pm. Friday, February Clubs are. Invited.James Spar- de sole. Their veils were attached -
Refreshments will be served. 21 row is president Clean Sapp Thomas, 3327 Ardlsla F. Collins,5822 Abella to yellow clusters of Duval County Stanton Vocational -
,The books are open for additional Ah members are expected to 'is reporter. .Rd., 19 and Sandra L. Frailer,: Rd., 18 and Pamela Carter, roses.They also carried camellias Licensed Practical VARIETYSHOW
o members., be present. .. 5824<< Castellona Ave, 17, 2728 Floradale Dr., 19.. and used yellow ac- Nurse Alumnae will' meat

.cessories. Friday, February 21, at 8p,m.,
FAMU Floridians Make Who's Who Roster Robert Thomas, 811 W.Monroe Mrs Betty Allen kept the, in the home of Mrs Marie
St.. 10 and WlIlItlmIDla W. wedding book. j Taylor, 175S West Seventh
1 Grant, 1030 W. Duval St., 52. Alfred Eugene Ball was ring" Street. All members are urged INCLUDING, 'j
bearer. to be present. The election of *
Royal J. Jackson, Rt 8, Box The reception followed the: officers will take place. Gifts
1 4S7H, 20 and 10lD A.II.Hendrix, wedding at .he home of the will be exchanged Mrs E.L. EDDY SEIFERT;
Rt. 8, Box <457H< 23. newlyweds. Wilson.Is president. Iurp*'I flrtoltit crahatfeconlertionlit ,

a Alton Tobler, 2442 Wylene St / .,
,\ 20 and Shirley A. Crawford4229MoncriefRd.W. ,, JOYCE RICE

*- << ., 17. e Champion bototvtwirllnf

[ !! E1''TALLAHASSEE Issac Adams";:"t27 W. Church n, When only the ,. btauty:*queue k ,

:: 'St.527, W.32 Church.and Martha St,26li >.R., Cuff .I purest will do;, ,,4 FARIASTRQTdnafienoi acrobatic.I and", 1 i J

: j Earnest Thomas, 1255 Pippin helpi prevent diaper URSULA
St; 20 and Carolyn A. Wood- rath...from diaper change GUS
berry, 1215 Jessie St., It. todiaperchange..witha' Spectacular balancing end
continuous film, pi ovid- /juggling wiiardi
Twenty-eight students at FAMU have been of the Young Artists of FAMU. Mr. and Mrs.John L.; Hardwlck Sanest L.Brister,Jasper,Fto, 'Init a moisture ihleld. Especially
selected for inclusion In "Who's Who In American College and are her parents. Miss Mary Sarah Willlami, 121 North 10th,' 13 and Florence J. Walker, formulated for ALSOFEATURING
Universities." The students were honored recently In a banquet Palatka, daughter of Mrs.Ruth Mae Coley,Is a major In gccountlog. .840 Palmetto St., 1$. I complete purity. No mothers won
0 of 10
In the Orange Room of the University Commons. In order to be. Miss Williams belongs to the AKA Sorority, Is a memberof Insist out on genuine 'Vaae- 1 10 MINUTE EXHIBITION
nominated for "Who's Who, a student must have a cumulative* the Student Union Social Board and of the Newman Club. James Eugene Wheeler, Columbus, line' Petroleum Jelly., between
average of 2.50 and be active In three or more organisations on, La Vale Builln, 3716 Freeman Road Jacksonville, whose father, Ga., 21 and Alberta Hardwlck You pay u little more than CLOBETFOTTERSMDITMMOFUDIOn
the campus. The student must also have 112 quarter hours is Mr. James A. Psulin, Is a major In physical education: a Memphis, Tenn, 21. i for other brands of petroleum
must have displayed good citizenship qualities and have been In1? 'member of the Kappa Alpha Pal Fraternity, Inc., a member of jelly..but your AND mss PIRSOIIAUmS
Willie e
residence for three university quarters. the above picture are' the National Honorary Society, of Pershlng Rifles and of the E. Perry, 1009 Grant ) baby I fiwoithlt! te be announced,
'lour Floridians, two from Jacksonville, who made the grade Physical Major Club. Miss Joanne Dolores Mltchel of Tides, St., 31 and Rntba M. BrooUns o, I SOME OP YOUR FAVOR.
Their names were announced by Dean of Students M.G. Miles daughter of Mr. Jeremiah Mitchell of Yulee, majors in foreign 1019 W. 26th St., 31. f WRITERS Ill BROADCASTERS ARI SURE TO JOIN AND
On the left is Miss Margaret Berenda Hardwlck, 2566 Wisteria. languages. Miss Mitchell Is a member of the Alpha Kappa Mu James E. Hamilton: 1619 W. THE TEAM AND SEE ACTION.
Miss Hardwlck Is a major In music, an Alpha Kappa Alpha National Honor Society, of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., 6th St., 28 and Mary M. Jen- NAMES Will IE AN.
,member of the University Concert Choir, the Opera Guild andTwo and of the White and Cold Honor Society.' FAMU Photos nlngs, 6357 Corld Ave., 19.VETERANS1 ii NOUNCED IN FUTURE ADS.

I Jaxoiis Are Listed AMong New Yorkers JACKSONVILLECOLISEUM

'Tops Scholars Over America Entertained On "i; .

TALLAHASSEE" Fla. terprlse; James 1.. Paulln, First Visit To City Move In for M little as: ;
Twenty-eight students at Jacksonville; Jacqielyn E. ---
Florida AIM, University have Peoples, Hollywood, Jean J. Several New Yorkers were In DOWN SATURDAY
been selected to "Who's Who Person South Boston, Ya; the city recently, for the first :
In American Colleges and Universities. Diane Poole, Morrlston; Henry time. They were Mrs. Freddle MARCH
The students were' L. Porter, Sarasota; Kenneth .Zelman, Mrs Doris T, Jones fi
honored recently in a banquet, Riley; Bartow; Gilford Robinson and Mrs L. CutUl.TII. .
la the Orange Room of the. Miami; Mamie Robinson Easterners were house f-7 Il aW'ai1R
'University Commons. Orlando; Maxis M.Stevenson guests of Mrs. Vera McNalr l .. ..,W ; 1 18:00

In order to be nominated for Opa Locks; Clarence U. They were. entertained at
"Who's Who students must ban Vaughn st. LanderdaleCarnell, dinner by Mrs. Battle Hayes, :3 A 4 bedroom plant with I, 1 Vi.l
.a'cumulative average or 2.SO' A. White, Ft Myers; Mary S. .Mr. and Mrs. Ervln B. Dttffee 2 both. and gamVS/ "
active In three or more Williams, Palatka and Buena and Mr. and Mrs Carlton I TICKET PRICES
and art Modem tchoolt, churches and a com Your professional beautician
organizations on campus. They Wfflalms, Late City. Bryant plete ihapping i ctnfer.ctoic by. 2002503.00
also must have 112 quarter : 'knows the answer. .
Many post-Valeitiiie
hours, displayed good citizenship -SAVE-

qualities, and have been 71 iO RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 .....
residence at the university for '.rty At Eighteenth Annul

.tart quarters. .
Students announced by Dean Recently t post-Valentine of R.V.'Daniels;' Mr. and Mrs.

of Students M.G. Miles for the Party, which started 11 years Theodore Wynn; Mrs. R.B. WHEN YOU ARE IlL
1961-69 edition of the "Who's ago with tare couples in the BalratOD; lira. Aldonla Joyner
Who edition were: Ronald Horn of Mr. sad Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grant; Why does some hair

Corbin Tallahassee; George Nathan WtWas was held ID, Mr. and Mrs. John Wiggins; Yon Seek The Best Doctor.
Edwards, Chattanooga, Tenn.;. the auditorium of R.V. Daniels Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Holmes; ,When Your Doctor Prescribes1;' break 'off when combing?
Battle E. Thompson, Jackson- KtoBMataryScBOol. Mr, and Mrs. Kermit Jones; get Experienced 7iarmaclsts,
villa; Barbara J.,Falson, Mrs. Mary M. James, Mr. and Mrs. .Percy Jones; To Fill Prescriptions accord .
Miami;' Arthar Gousby, Orange. mistress of ceremonies presented Mr. sod Mrs. John Lomas; Mr. ing To Your Doctor's OrdersWe
Late; John U Green Philadelphia t program of solos by tad Mrs, Lester Cooper Mr.. Use Only,The Best Quallt Your hair is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see
,. Pa.j Meltonla Griffin Mrs. Eleanor Folsoa and John aad Mrs. Lee Gould; Mr. and It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use FIFTY CENTSON
,OctmMtrgaret Hardwlck, James and holiday skits by Mr;,, Mrs. Julian Palmer; Mr. and Drugs. C.E. BLACK of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often EACH TICKET
Jacksonville; Julius Harrison, and Mrs. William Golsoa sad Mrs. Frank ,Watson; Mr. and Proprietor are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But YOU
Hew,York. City:,John Hlgglnbotham Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cook.' Mrs. Lafayette Brown; Mr. and hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks IUY ON OR BEFORE
Charleston, W. Va.; Daring the evening Mr. and Mrs.Slate James;Mr.aDd Mrs. off In everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes WEDNESDAY,FEB.21WICtUIIUHTOUl
Willis M. Hudson, Ft,Pierce. Mrs. Ira Clipper were honored Thomas Thompson; Mr. and I Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does? I
Ioretta'.Jenldns, Ocala; Hale, with a practical gift Mrs. Mack Daymen Mr. tad Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and ncms Rn II Ulf"tIE
.. Johnson Tallahassee. Also: the longest married couple Mrs. Powell; Mrs. Delores -.l COMPLETE LINE OF- tangles so easily that It should be softened before combing. tISEIK ROllI'' PAIl TICKET

Linda LJ Ktobrotgh, Ft. years). Mr. and Mrs. Ralph WbltflaU; Mrs..lisle Barrington Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to !
.Pierce; Jonanna D. Mitchell Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. ; Miss Tertsa Cooper; Mrs.' Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed
Jslee;.JuanltaS. Muldron, En-:' Freeman Cook won honorable1 I Gladys Frederick; ,Mrs.See SundriesWE3CEIPT10NS softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
recognition for the most recent, Glllard;; Mrs. Maelean Young; on all human hair (Including wigs), most beauticians rely PHONE 354.2041
fir Victims Taeaapproxlmately CALLED FOR AND on Clairol Hair-So-New* creme rinse. For
marriages. and Elder and Jot M. spray-on combing
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I NBC's SS And BTU Convention Will Be. .Hosted By.'. Miami In Annual, June 16-221

Four Bishops Attend A. Wonderful Gift Outstanding Leaders Met IIB

CHURCH NEWS Final Riles Ht.' Salem Baptist

For Tri .State Rally -- Nashville For Strategy IKASHVTLLE

Rev J.S. Johnson -The Executive ham, Ala. J.C. Oliver,

HEW Choir REDEEM No. 1 will BAPTIST ban a musical tea Sunday at ID* church ft Final rites wen held Tuesdayfor 4i tr. Terminates Sunday BaIrd anmission PrOlfUlSbld1com- treasurer president of Arkaa-
National' Sunday sas Baptist College Little
the late Rev.JohnS.Johnson. r. / the
3pm. District! No I wUl have Queen's Contest Sunday hterch The eathasiaatUtrl-state Ark Dr. James
2 pastor of the St. Ste$en's AMY: School and Baptist Training Rock, ; Cayce
at I p m Sharon Norman and Listen Sykes art contestants. rally at Mt-SalemBaptist
vice president Pitftburgh.Pi
Sunday School at 9 M Church who died late last week February Union Congress met to jointsession ,.
opens : a m with till superintendent Church ends Sunday, School Dr. Horatio S. Hill, dean New'
teachers la charge. TIlt tesson will be reviewed 67 UM pastor, following an illness several 23, at the evening hour of worship at the Sunday Nashville York City; Dr. T. Oscar Chap-
RIY. Norman' TIle morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with tile months Publishing Board, director general Tulsa .
deacon la charge tt devotions. Choir no ) and Usher Board Rev. Johnson, highlyreveredand Other services at till church Tenn. Feburary 3.., 1969 Okla.pelle and other officers ,
Wo 1 will sere throughout the toy with Mrs Fannie Jackson respected, not only in Jacksonvllle will be aa usual. Sunday School Dr. EA. Freeman Kansas t Or. Charles and
la charp of mute. District No I will !meet at ':30 p m. at till but in other parts of begins at 9.30 a.m. with Deacon City, Kan, president of the Memphis Tenn Dr.Dlnklns Horace
chorch. Th evening worship begins at I p m Both sermons wW the state, was widely known lathe Jack Green, superintendent la National Congress presidedover ;
Los Aa l
N. Mays, g e e s Dr.
AME: connection Dr. D.C. ;
be delivered by tilt pastor. TIlt men will mtet after tile morning Locally charge. Rev WQ Rogers, till sessions C.
Robert Wallace
worship tor Man's Day The pastor is callingall number of the Rev Johnson served for the pastor will review the lesson. Washington/ executive director Chicago;
education board to meet with him: alter tilt wornintworship. Interest of humanity\ and participated Deacons will be in charge of of the Sunday School Publishing Dr. LB. Henderson Jr, Kaa-
Prayer meeting will be Tuesday light at 1:30 p m and will be in many areas of ttte morning de.otions. Both Board Nattoaal' Baptist sas City Mo.; Dr. CJC. Stal-
followed by Bible Study aUp.m Men's.Day will be Sunday, April activity.. Be was staunch la 'm Jor sermons will be .. and Dr. naker, Chicago RobertL.
ft. Roosevelt Bacon is chairman. proposing means alleviating delivered by the pastor. Evening W.T. Crotchet chairman of Taylor Va.;ley.
conditions affecting the devotions begin at 6 p.m. Choir tile Board were hosts to the O.L. Blacksbear Atlanta, c.;
MACEDONIA B.lPTBT'Benlc. progress of the city and never No. 3 will rehearse Monday Pluming Conference and Dr. M.K. Carry, pieildent

.. Sunday will begin with the Church School B.JO a.m. hesitated to serve when called *111. Prayer meeting and Aa evaluation Ibeworkbelng of Bishop Collage, Dallas

with Tyrone Merchant aod staff of teachers la chary. The review Many trustee board meeting are held done by the National Congresswas Texas. Annual
will be given by Rev Burgess or aa appointee. Couecratioo prominent cltlsens Tuesday. On Wednesday nighta made. The four-year program The 1969 Session of
services will begin 10.5: a.1II..for the choirs, ushers, deacons clergy and officials, were Joint rehearsal will be held for 1970-73 was planned. thtNatiooal Sunday School and
deaconesses and members with the pastor la charge Devotions present regular conference Is The theme for the new thrust Baptist Training Union
I will be conducted by the deacons Mask will be furnished by Mayor Bans Tinnier of Jacksonville Thursday night Mrs Catherine in 19JO-73 will be: "The Congress will be held In Miami,
Choir Mo' S and Mo 4,'wltb Wallace. Ulms and James Kitchen spoke glowingly of the Sampson is reporter.Tbe Church's: Response to the Florida, June 16-22,1969. The
at Inctrmenta... Usher Board No S will strve. All choirs and service rendered by the late church is located at 12S1 West Challenge of the Seventies." coming plans and programs of
usher boards will accompany the pastor to Mt.Ararat to worship minister and expressed 22nd Street Other out-of-town members of the Congress reflecttheChureh
at 2 JO The sympathy and understanding for Mrs Bessie In action dealing with the relevant -
p Hour will becin at 9:30 p.m. with Mrs. tbe group were
ILL Mite in charie. :The evening worship begins at 6.30: p.0. the bereavement of the family. Simpson Methodist -s.. Ectell... secretary, Blrming- problems facing man today
Both sermons of the day will be delivered by the pastor Rev. Mrs Eartha M.M. White, noted
Burgess, assisted by other ministers. On Monday night at f p.m. civic worker extended words" Church Announces
the Christian Aid Society wW!meet On Tuesday night at 7.45: p.m. of sympathy encouragement. West Side Choir'
the weekly prayer meeting will be held, as well u Bible Study; to the family and expressed the Anniversary TeaThe I
On Wednesday at I p.m. Choir Mo. land Choir No. I will conduct feeling that Rev. Johnson's George W. May right manager of ITT Continental Baking
prayer meeting. On Thursday night. at 7:43 p.m. the monthly contributions to the city will Company's Wander Bread and Hostess Cake operations In St. WSCS of Simpson United Union Holds MeetThe
conference will take place. Business of Importance will be con' be missed Louis, presents a signed agreement toRev FrankC. Cummings! Methodist Church wW celebratethe
sidered. On Friday night Usher Board No. 1 will hold the mcjithly Rev Charles McGee of the secretary-treasurer of the Church Extension Department of the twenty-seventh anniversarywith '
business meeting. The church Is located at 333 Franklin. Street Human Relations Council made African Methodist Episcopal Church The pi ct gives 'to the a tea In the social: ball of Friendly West Side Choirs members are asked to be on
Mrs Bessie! Merchant 14 reporter. remarks. Rev. L.G. Long of the .church the property now occupied by one of Its Wonder Bread the church Kings Road and Union will hold a mass revival time
connection, pastor of the Union plants in St. Louis, comprising a city. block. The ceremony was Clevelandbtunday, February Sunday, February 23, at 2.30
EMANVEL BAPTISTThe Bethel AYE Church of New held January 21 In St.,Louis fiom4to6pm. p.m., in the main auditorium Friendly Temple.
teachers' meeting and the payer meeting will be held at Orleans, brought a message Mrs Rosa Walker Roberts of Royal Tabernacle Baptist
the usual hour with the putoraad officers in charge on TuesJay. from !that area. St. Louis AME District Gets instructor at the Matthew W. Church 1320 West list Street
On Wednesday Choir No. Swill rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir Mo I Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver pastorof Gilbert Junior-Senior High Rev. Lee McQueen is pastot Church. Of Christ
will rehearse at I p.m.: On Thursday noonday prayer meeting Day Spring Baptist Church School will speak.. The male chorus of Mt Sinai
takes place. Choir Mo will rehearse at I p.m. The male chorus spoke for that denomination Property From Bakery Choir No. 3 of the church will Missionary Baptist will be a Plans FellowshipThe
will meet with Deacon Fulton, 2144 Martin at for his church McClendon Is participant Other participants
Street 7:30 p m ST. LOUIS -ITT Continental "RIY. Cummings speaking for sing LH. president Friendly Temple Church
Saturday. Sunday School begins at S:30. tin with Mrs. Mamie Three bishops were present Theresa Aaron is will be the Friendly West Side
the African of God !in
Fields and Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson will be In addition to Bishop GN. Baking Company, Inc? has Methodist Eplsco- president. Rev SJ3. Robinson Male Union the combined usb.rboarcll Christ 2117 West
donated the thanks 44tb will
property occupiedby pal Church expressed Street have fellowship
reviewed by an appointee Collins of of -
Consecration at 10:30a.lII. presiding prelate Royal Tabernacle
begins : The is pastor.
its Wonder ITT Continental for the
morning worship opens at ,11 a m. with the deacons charge: the Eleventh: District who gave Bread Bakery' gift, Mrs Louise B. Williams, Sunday, February. 23, at
in St. to the African and stated it indicative of 3
Louis Mo., was p.m.
Preaching begins\ 12 noon Baptism will be held In the morning the eulogy. They were Bishop Ten CommandmentsTea Deacon Perry Robinson Rev.
I School'
service. BTU meets at I p.m. with Deacon James Phillips C.A. Gibbs Bishop W.F.; Ball Methodist Episcopal Church it the concern of the company for Jeremiah Robinson Deacon Sunday begins at' 10
charge The and John D. was announced recently by Rev. the problems of the Inner city. Horace Robinson a.m The morning service begins
evening worship begins at 130 p.m. Choir No. 1 Bishop Bright Held At and Rev
H. said that at W
and the Junior choir Usher Board No. 1 and the Junior board Prominent! AME ministers Frank C. Cummings secretaryand tlleacUoDpuaU.lIa WWIe Lee Glaoton noon. The night
,wtllserve,Miss LorettaRoWnsand C.B Fisher will be In charge participating/ were: Rev AR. treasurer 01h.. Church decision by the company to Mrs. Albertha Martin will service begins at ,7.30: ,.m.
of music Richardson, Rev. Charles E. Extension Department. and,the construct its new bakery in the Henry Gordon A.ME. serve as mistress of ceremonies Weekly services are Monday,
company. ,St.. Louis inner city, and to Wednesday and Friday night
Rev JB. BlackwilL .
Toston A Ten Special musicians will .
GOOD SHSPHERD Commandments lea
BAPTST which ,cancel its to locate the '
The bakery building will plan at 6 p.m.
:Sunday School begins at 9:45: a.m. Moaning worship begins at Rev KS DuPont Rev A.C. be closed when. production U( plant in the suburbs In order will be given at the Henry Gordon be Marvin B. Collins Mrs. Elder D.J. Brinson pastor
Ham. with the deacons In charge of the prayer service. The Chandler Rev J.M.CranberryNashville moved this spring to a new .to maintain Industry and employment AILS Church 23rd and Wilson Catherine W. Sykes Mrs., Alberta .
I fellowship meeting begins at 3 at secretarytreasnreiof In where Streets, Sunday, February 23, Latlmore Casa Shootes,
p.m. the Community Baptist! plant in St. Louis, will be torn an area a Edward.Waters
Church Rev. G. pensions Rev T.E. Sbehee at 3pm.The Jr., Mrs Mary Helen Frost
Alien U large!
A of Blacks
putor.'BTJJ begins at 6 p.m., evening down !new inner-city community percentage are
worship at 7:30 p.m Both Rev. R.V. WebsterJames tea will be sponsored by Bellamy! and Mrs Rebecca
sermons will be delivered by the will be erected R". ,unemployed
pastor Rev. Oarvln, The choir will meet Thursday for rehearsal Genwrlght of the churchbroughtresolutlons Cummings said that several George W. May, manager of Mrs C.N. Carley and Mrs. Lambert Choir, Will Appear
'at the usual hours. ..-' .," .Mrs. plans are now under consideration the company's St Louis Wonder Mabelle W. Waterford Rev Presidents are Mrs Ruby B.
"' --q -. Luella McBride sang Rev.R.A ,:' a Including'low-cost, r3Brad4' $tkermFfl1"thevfollawog'.s I.,Solomon CWgtetfordlepastor. .A, Stewart and. 'Deacon Samuel. At Ml.. Zion .AM.E'
made "I. _
Daysp nJR r Ingots Pen'Orral) :IIIYersariesr' KlnlW7 RudoipHingers emarksy; 't'r \sousing_ "Negotiations: and.a'clilldeat.c.at.r.'the gift'were
Districts ;S toe instituted by Continental! Baking deeply involved in problems meeting and banquet will be ZlonAMECaarch.South-!
No; IS 30 of 1stories"ot the organisations Will In Monday March 10, In the homeof side, announces the appearanceof
Appear last August Bishop B. Prlmra the Inner cities, and Is activein AnnouncedFor
Church will
Dayspring Baptkt ,will be given by Mrs. Vivian of the Fourth Episcopal District the drive to end urban blight. Mrs Ruby Stewart S827 the Edward Waters College
Sunday afternoon, February 23, Duncan and Mrs Mable Yankee Recital SundayThe and chairman of the Our older plant is located in Scoit Street. AH VnIoa.Choir Choir Sunday at 3 p.m. tinder
at 3 p.m., celebrate Joint anniversaries. .
Robert Carter will sing. Mrs.GeneR the sponsorship of Mrs.Verse
the heart of ChurchThe
Robert Li Commission of Church Extensions a problem area Midway Fork
Rudolph Singers
Llptrot willpresentthe : College Taylor.
L.B Bennett will read the will in a recital with offices in Denver and the African Methodist ,
speaker Mrs Gloria S. Bruce. appear "klckotr for''Men's All are invited.,
was contacted and the Episcopal Church's great success Day
scriptures Deacon Benny Mrs Myrtle K. Wilson will February 23, at 7:30 p.m. in The First Baptist Church wW
Brown will pray Mrs. Dorothy make the presentation Allen Chapel AME: Church. agreement was made iical In.. in its many fine projects at Midway AME Church will be have service as usual Sunday East Florida
Moran will present tie mistressof Remarks will be given by Deacons 'Bayard, Fla.Special December. Continental Baking insures that.tile property "111be' .Sunday, February 23, at 3 p.m. School begins at 10 a.m with
ceremonies Mrs Vivian G, Edgar Grant and William guests will also will continue td operate; .the put to. excellent use. tt la Rev Bruce and Mt Olive Baptist Superintendent James MeCutcben -
Copeland. Mrs.: Vivian Duncan Yankee.. appear, RL Rudolph is older bakery until production our intention to continue our and Rev Jones and Fountain In charge The morning Association Courtesy
will give the occasion, Mrs. RtVn Cyrus A.Weaver is minister director la moved The property comprises activities this field, particularly Chapel will participate. service begins at 11 a.m. with
Cora Johnson will sine The The public Invited. an entire city block... in regard to Jobs and Men's Day will be.March I.wltII' Deacon B. Price In charge of Committee Plans.
-+ The African Methodist upgradtngs for inner oily WG. Godson as general devotions. Rev Floyd Bryant; ,
Episcopal Church has long been *esidents. Including the large chairman .and with. W.P. Cox will preach. BTU meets at 6:30p The Courtesy Committee"
active in >Negro population aa co-chairman, the East Florida Association
sponsoring major m Choir No. I will rehearse
$1,000,000 AVAILABLE TO HELP negro community projects. h Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The will celebrate the fourteenth
Included -ire a hospital, eight Rev. D.l. limes AmiomcesSpecie Junior choir r.bearsessatarday anniversary Sunday, February
colleges and universities, and at 2 p.m Mrs Julia M. Baynes, 23, at 7 30 p.m at Ute Sinai
housing for senior cltixens and Baptist Church Rev. B.J. Lane
is reporter. Rev F.D. DIIII1
ILACK PEOPLE GO INTO. BUSINESS low-income groups InSt, Louis .. Meetlig For Smdoy pastor. is pastor.

It sponsoring Primm Gar dens ,Rev. 'D.B. Barnes, pastor of the program for tie Mrs. Gusste P. Gray will be
Court and the James: House, the Peace Missionary BaptistChurch Those named to the year.inaugurating M f. Ararat Senior the principal speaker Mrs
each of which will cost two Jessie and Van Buren Blanche Miller will be soloist;
Want Into committee are Mrs D.B. 'Home
ass .NOk7 To Go and a half million dollars, and Streets has announced a committee Barnes, Deacon and: Mrs. Dan MissionTo Mrs, Flossie Rhlm will give
will provide low-Income of members of the church' the welcome. Mrs. Dorothy
Tate, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
II finciry lisiuss"Dry housing, a tree dental!cars W meet Sunday morning Fe oru-'' Grant! and family Archie Grant!,, Sponsor Tea Burroughs will to In charge
:"C::' .. clinic health clinic, council ary 23, after the 11 a.m.service Mr. and Mrs. Alto Terrell and The Senior Home Mission of till call to worship. Other
( Ing and legal aid lor the purposeof Inaugurating family! James Williams and Board of the Mt. Ararat Baptist talent will appear. Mrs Lucille
Cliiiiif lisiitssClitMii family Herbert Brown Mrs Church, will sponsor a past.Valenthi Schott will preside The public
'. Doris Gray and:family Mrs TeaSunday,February invited
Annie Ruth Clark, Mrs Annie 23, at 4 p.m., la the home of
hsluss Lee Pear.CIIIDd family, Mrs Mrs Mlllsia Brown,2109 Venus Colossians Baptist,

Maggie Simmons Mrs Atta- Street .
mete Robinson and Mrs. Mary Devotions will be led by Mrs Church Sunni
'Ristinit BisinssAiti Hogan and family., Rosa Johnson. Mrs JOlla "11-
r Also: Mrs. Vera Jackson, ,llama will "be mistress of SchoblAnniverfary
.Mrs. Viola Thomas, Mrs. Mattie -, ceremonies Mrs- Ella Bryant ;
lulmkip lisiuss Pollard Mrs Elisabeth aid Mrs. Pansy Bowman will The Sinday School of Colossians -

McClendon, Mrs. Zorla Wrlce give music. Mrs. Leila Poole Baptist Church will
..' .11, Kindt. lisiuss and family Mrs. Genera Wrlce will respond to the welcome celebrate Its anniversary Sunday -
tad family, Mrs. Carrie ArmStrong address Hostesses will to Mrs. at 930 a jn.,
Mulls I Oate'.. IIr I. Leila M. TIll I will
A NATIONAL MOO TIttMIW f'CALL lid family, Mrs. Elijah
,Yon Can l Go Info Business For Yourself eV Major Mrs. Geneva Rasberry Dennis and Mrs Annie Smith begta at 11 LID"The evening

OMWMKMMMjDo Mrs lost B. Davis, Mrs. T.Y Mrs Juaolta Brown is presiJftPt worship will begin at 1 p.m.Her.R .

'With'is litlle As $500.00 Randall, Mrs. Fontetta Reeves, .J. Crawford, pastor will deliver -
:t Mrs yille Mae Flan, Pete the sermons. Choir No
j Simmons Mrs Bone Barrow, Central C.M.E., 1, Choir No.' S and Usher Board

: Fir )UI. .tn Cii .li: A Part .Truer li A )'VI...* question stoat the bluest crisis Mrs. Gladys c Shannon Mrs. No. I will serve throughout the
our, nation has ever faced lilt racial crisis Baby Coleman aid family,Jimmi Stewardess Board day.; Choir No 1 will rehearse
Lucas,CbaI11a on.Dtbra Tuesday at Ip.m.Another choirretasrsal
:t A 511111Slack; : i '.lisjiiss Cirpintiii ACT' MffMl Do'yoa' have' suggestions. a'you' would Ilka i*, .to make Dalxtr, Mr. and Mrs. George will to, told Friday.

J ....i... .................................. to the Black and tile whit. leadership. about bow Clark Rain, Gross Crisis Wllbert Gross, Mrs Sponsors Pew Rally i4.30p.Prayer .service: wily- to held
to solve !t? : babatt '
Mrs. ladle babett and JameaFuacbasa. The Central cogs Stewardess at ':30 p." Tuesdays The

: N'j' : Do you want to hear Wbat other ordinary eitlseaa Board No' J will sponsor a pew church Ja located at. U51 Wt"

: ; ; : ask people like JohnXladsay tad Stokeley ,The regular prayer meeting rally en Sunday February 23, lilt Itntt"
ADDRIcmr '
Carmichael and what sort of answers they comeS will be Tuesday at 7.30 pjn. at 4 p.m; in the church audlMra. East Florida ,Aid
1orIa.- :
with? Make yourself heard and. leaf It all BIble Study will be Wednesday \
: -"IP COD at ':10 Mrs. Shaa- Clementine Brows will '
.oi NIGHT CALL, the new nationwide telephone p. Gladys '
call-in show:. .& see U church clerk. Herbert serve u speaker for the oceastoa. -. Bettaiy AssQcfrfMHoHs
5 Grant la clIaIrmuoltllttrule.II. .' Otttera to appear will
BLACK BUSINESS CONSULTANTS: be: Mrs,Mable Debar Mrs Rerhil. .P"Th
P.O. BOX 1171JACKSONVILLE. I : .1 11,3P.MTi: j2:31:: I.a'.i.. Juaalta Wyatt Mrs. Daisy .
FLA. 32201I I : : WR'H' C. : Essie Hie Scott Wallace Mrs. District Laymea's
.1- ': \ .', ".$I'lJ..T t iulk FridajCa11.rCiLIsct Mrs Sarah noodVRev Mary Sanford Dennis Brotherhood, u auxiliary of me
East Florida and Be
I Gentlemen: ", '...:;.. .. \" : 2M74i:3J11. : J Plans, :Anniversary 'Smith Mr."; Woodrow, Rev, CJ>.Cars McWoodson, Mrs., Baptist Ase.eitie.,, Re.thaay. B.H.

I want to invest ID r : The Es'sle'Mae:' Scoti dark Hartley, moderator. will hold
: I United Methodist CWCClOplJ'lt1ca -=" ; gospelslager'wlll picker and. Mrs. K.T. the revival
r, .. : celebrate., Coker. :: :' protnea> .
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National oa QoIrfIl DIe
1> Council Churches ", ,
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: ( .Togaiototiaee. > \. National. .Catholic Office for Badlo and Television Muck 24 .at the First Bora church WIll taralsk ..:c....., .ZJia..8IptIIt ta'e11;
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I Wilkins And Humphrey Cited For Rights Leadership At Anniversary Dinner


Expertise On Culture WORLD Floridian Tops In Philly Business Speakers Recall and Recaptvro

OF BOOKS i I Spirit Of Past Rights Rattles"

!, WASHINGTON,B.C..-Two of Chairman of tile Executive ,
CANE, Wrltttoby ZUXTooY- the elder.statesmen of the civil Committee of the Leadership
ER; Published by HARPER A rights movement .Hubert H. Conference on Civil Rights,
v ROW, New York; 239 pp.j ,.! Humphrey and Roy WJWu.er. .(LCCR).
Paperback. paid rare tributes by the Curia'g the program'there
m a way, this book Is my leadership Conference on Civil, were several emotional high I
old; and in a sense, it is quite Rights at the organisation's points. The first was a moving
.... Most significantly ,however reeeat 20th Anniversary memoriam by Rabbi Richard
it Is powerful, raw, real), Dinner Hirsch to Dr. liar and to
and captivating, old or new* Former Viet President Senator Robert Kennedy.
As an old boot It was first Humphrey and NAACP Other tributes came from Miss
published in 1923; u a new. I I Executive Director Wilkins Dorothy Helghtpresldeat,
'' book, this 19(9 Harper Allow \ O .wereclted for their outstanding Rational Council of Negro
ee..wt.ee. printing Is the first published f .1,I 1 leadership, work, and contributions Women; Walter Heather president -
edition since the 1923 printing. ./ to civil rights during the United Automobile
The book significant In many past twenty years. Workers; aad Andrew
different ways. First it was one J".Ii'"tf The dinner meeting attrcted Blermlller, Legislative
of the first major works of the ,a wide cross-section of civil Director. AFL-CK. A special
1920 period known as the rights leaders, activists, and presentation was made to Mrs.

"Harlem Negro Renaissance," .... supporters. The overflow crowd Humphrey by Mrs. Jaanlta
a long, productive and glorious 'of more than 1.400 Included Mitchell NAACP leader from
period in Black literary history # prominent people of maoyfaithi Baltimore.
and accomplishment. ) and races, Senators,Congressmen The audience gave District
Secondly, the book introducedJean ,J'II f 1'" 1 and labor, religious and of Columbia Youth Chorale a
Toomer, his ideas experiences I civic leaders. standing ovation for Its musical
and writing stylesto administrator The speakers recalled and recaptured tribute to "Twenty Years'of
---1: ormer etBetbllD.-cootmucoUi.DaytooaBe, as well u a former
America., Toomer's stylesbecame the spirit of past civil Hubert and Civil
juvenile counselor for the Dade County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Carver A., Humphrey
and still remain stressedthe "
today Former Ambassador
-Portlock.' has been appointed manager of Community Relations for Smith Kline and French Rights
the classic example and embodiment of a "reafflrmatlor Patricia Harris narrate
Laboratories of Philadelphia. Portlock brings to the Job in intimate knowledge of the areaand urgency helped
of portraying the and rededication to the goals O' the done musical
Blanche of Inhabitants having served since 1966 u SKAF's Community Affalrji Coordinator beautifully
Calloway. president MlsmTsAFRAM, House, the living conditions for Black Its Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., tribute.
(ffrst mall-order boost in tile nation rm by Blacks ud serving while .administering tbe Spring Garden Information Services Center of Philadelphia. The
in America
people in the 1920s.>> tledgar Evers, and Senator to his remarks, Mr. Humphr.y -
creation of the assists residents in obtaining help from social agenciesand
the look authentic ; a company
only Black/ommunity, overplaqoe depicting .The book has become a classic, Robert Kennedy." declared, "We must fight
works with neighborhood oath. Portlock a native of Muskogee, Okla., was grad
African closely ,
The of AFRAM's African
scene plaques an put new
a pillar of Black literature, Bayard Rust::. who was th.orp.o1l1nr hard for freedom and Justice.We .
lilted from the Miami public schools. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree In 1955 atBethuneCookman
Heritage series. Mlsr Calloway, sister of famed bandleader Cab
the hand the Ljhlnd the
rivaling on one genius must demand the public;
Calloway, said the striking art works seek to bring to life the works of many of Toomer'sBlack : :'and did .graduate work at Syracuse. University He Is a veteran of the massive and historic l9bJCIvilRights and private resources necessary -
rich and varied and culture of tile United States Army
background Negro.
with March Washington
contemporaries on for true equality of life.
whom he shared the fame of set the tone of the meeting, as But we must do so without
SI. ell Personnel Workers the renaissance; and on the Heck Aid White Presidents Joint Alpha Phi I fatal program chairman and master giving'way to hate, without
I .other, works of his Wilte con of ceremonies. Rustla Is breaking the bonds of the com'
Ernest: Will Talk On Black Executive Director of the A.
temporaries Heming. munlty, without destroying
Head Scores Actions 'way. William Heads II Develop! New Tileit 'Philip Institute and "
College Eliot, and Ezra Faulkner Pound-, sans T.S. .e Power At Coon e> : Randolph those whom we must oppose.

GREENSBORO, N.C. -Som.of 1.'Emotional distress is also the fame wealth they enjoyed. WASHINGTON-Negro banks findable according to Dr. Edward HOUSTON (NPI))-Them
tile unrest on college and twice as high among college B is difficult to describe the ID ,198S totaled 10. In 1968 Irons, executive directorof of the August 1969 general conventloo -
university campuses is due to students as among non-college book without first telling Negro banks totaled 20. The the National Bankers Association of Alpha Phi Alpha
the fact that these institutions students something about the author. number could be doubled, and in Washington Fraternity, Inc., minis city will
are tailing their students In 3. There seems to be no relationship Toomer was born in Hashington later, tripled, if there were recently be "Black Power'A Creative
vital concerns, said a Michigan between grades made D.C.in 1894,aristocratic more black managerial talent The NBA Is unique Itself. .Is Force in America'sComplet YOUR OWN NOM 354 8748i
State University educator visitIng la college and success after wealthy, southern, racially- .an all-Negro trade association! Development
In Greensboro last week college. mixed parentage! The family, FAMU Professor of Negro-owned banks Us The convention' theme was
,Dr. W. Harold Grant, director 4. Only one in four persons soon after his birth, began to history dates to 1927. At that announced by Attorney Ernest I Ifi.
of an NCEA Institute for StudeDt who attend college, graduatesin loose its wealth, and his"c JaIl Mined Eo time the ABA, prestigious and Mortal, thefraternlty'
Personnel Workers made the four years. status" began to reveal its white, refused entrance to newly-elected general presl -- 38EDIOOMAe
remarks following conference ".. find little evidence," insignificance also. Because of Blacks. Now that the bars have dent and state representative
of the institute at ALT State added Dr. Grant that: attend- his fair complexion and good Fond. Scholar been lowered, the ABA is doing In (be Louisiana .legislature low'ae rMOOEL
University ing college has any positive education Jean managed to live much toward promoting Black Attorney Mortal has asked his -_
,"The college Is supposed to bean Impact on the life of student. at times as a white man, but at TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A. .capitalism In city ghettos. fraternity's vice president to G 4AY
environment most conduciveto The college, in many cases, is other times was forced to live Louise Blackwell, associate Several days ago the two or Implement the theme on both -
human behavlorlal growth," not doing what it says, and as a Black man. professor of English at Florida gantrattoU'olnd together to the regional and local levels erno gt'
said Dr.Grant,"but many times therefore, the students are "Cane" Is based on Toomer's AIM University, has been selected .promote training programs, In through a variety of activities W4et }} OWteton SALES OFFICE at
it is not." demanding changes" observations, experiences, and by the Esso Foundation white banks, potentially- o DIVISION *2Oth ST. EXP
.Dr, Grant cited several evl- Dr. Grant said that social: reactions: to life in Georgia, in Foundation U an Esso Faculty. capable Blacks.
deuces of the allures of modeling is most important to Washington, D.C., and in Fellow for 1969-71. Plans now Include the trainingof START AT ONCE .GRAND PARK
"communications on campus: the students. "You learn totals 'Chicago:1' The bdok'eevub'theCQfftINUEDON *,', Tbe $10 000 fellowship will 22 persons a year. Each ROOM ADDITIONS

i''1.-:Suicide!IS'::twice> U high ,by, talblDjAtfe;,. .:"notrbyenrolling 1 ... .tj..l, Enable 6r''Blackwelltto ..:. Individual will, spend<<' timeprepatltlg Flo Ro
among eoHege students as' it In. a course, caued Stedness5rths? Wuthwrn a;,.tatflAfjfoft.&eapproach",. j ; 'for'.Job!'"......tee msAluminum
'li among non-college; students. Talking 101. .:PAGE to teaching English middle-management. level Sidinq SEAFOOD CENTER
that sue Swiped develop during Kitchen*. Remodel
... ___ ... ...,.... the first "Thirteen Colleges president PlumbinBondtJ
o Curriculum Project" at""Pine 136 N. MYRTLE AVE FH EH Mel
He also
u a starting point.
Manor Junior College in Boston, considers the effort of C LARGE MULUr- Q -
a type
'H'AIS' (001 AlK Jt's smart to shflpjtJax? Mass. .:pilot program. Rtofinq BUCK SHAD { 9CLI.
According to Dr Blackwell, Aluminum WindoOrumir
The dilemma results somewhat
i'P Rl' (! ( fKir h.. |! |) "the thematic approach Is the from the effective Tilpi. SPECKLED TROUT ............;.... 69' lb.

-'f D-ns Streets studying of literature I along found the recruiting of Blacks by tbewhite BLACK SEA BASS .................. 59' lb..
FBI. Ffl. 21 lines of one theme. have
.M I Myrt'f AHHI| |' that this method is superior Most banks of the older Negro banks I GEN. RED SNAPPER ............. 95 Ib.

''il t Wonrnef THRU 'other freshman English .are in the South. Newer ones STEAK FILLETS ......................'.98' lb.

programs that 'I have taught.' have appeared in Los Angeles, MAINE LOBSTER.......!!........... 3" lb.
Ave WED The project will last from Chicago, New York and Boston. : nil INI; THE fKiiiin LOCKS cm.Scollop .
LLQUORS February 1, 196a through June, Even Portland Oregon, boasts *...............Ib.$1.63 frtlrMiitiij,,,...t.SUI
A' Cleveland Rd ffB 26REG 1971 and will result In the of a Black bank. King Crab loge. ?.Ib.$1.eS In.,,.,hunt .:... Ib.7f
revision of one course and the Thee... !
Fam.ueSeuthem1.11 taeeper : .Ift.I"
development of a new course SISTER IESSIE lr.o in the English curriculum. ,
"POURS MORE PLEASURE" A native of Benmore, Hiss., ROESHAD u.
Dr. Blackwell is the coauthorof She will read your entire llfe<-past,present and MACKEREL I
95 "Lillian Smith, critical future. SlIt asks no questions but will tell you -
J&B RARE SCOTCH analytical study of her works" what you want to know giving dates and acts of WHITING ....... .....................lk 49 j
and has a novel, "My Web and. business, love, health and family affairs Will
iMy 'Place", now being considered belp you find lost art*Tells you whom you will
100 I % SCOTCH I for publication. She marry and when. It tilt one you love is true, what
received the B.A. degree from to do to be successful.Wlllreunlte tilt separated,
the University of Houston and locate absent friends and relatives, and cause
1=r 86 PROOF the M.A. and Ph. D. degrees happiness, between man and wife. Helps makeup
from Florida State University. loyer.' quarrels.. T.11I11 sickness and bad J
luck are natural enemies, or it there is an evil ___
Black Woman influence. Does not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One!
,. .'r 17.95 visit will repay you for disappointments In all others fine will
Legislator Hits read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your
\ TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when
I everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted,
IS .Food Stamp' .DolingNEW sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made

YORK (NPI) -1\e clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED I make no house calls. Don't
food-stamp" program saps"IniI "'mistake: be a4dr.... 8BTER BESSIE is located north of
tiative, according to UJ. Callahan on UA II, 1/1 mile from City of Callahan Florida.

OLD I I FORESTER holm Representative 0. Brooklyn Shirley).. 'Chls- Phoue:179.2250.
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WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FROlfTO'HOtBE- Croil the street. .
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d food depots to dispense food .Open dally from 8 a.m. to 10 ,.m, erniniylA
to people in need does something
06 proo' 6r" rfl : n Bond; totbedlgsityof a person,
she said. "To nave to line op
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< UUIIIC perturbing""H would be much' better I f i S Til l IMI UK TI II TI'' HIM Tl KT ;

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money were given to these ,'! E
people Instead. Getting surplus ;'LOW PRICEDRUG' [

foods takes away an Individual's .
5ths ;
'Initiative and independence..' w.to
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I. thsT "how"! ,to meal planning and creative, : cookery ,

How Hefty! Liver And Cheese Vegetables In 'Our History A Rare Duo: Cheese And Shrimp ,


r8 (r-1 I

-f d 4 f PLENTIFUL NOW 4

Papayas thp.se luscious
by Mary Reynolds 0 fellow-ireen pearshapedfruits
from Hawaii, are being j
Dinners With Happy Endings seen 1nocal/ markets more a 9.1 a
One of the most important r often now. Growers In The
elements of a dinner party Islands have planted more
menu Is the dessert You can
papaya trees to fill the mainland
serve the most exotic ,entree demand Calavo
but if it's followed by a selection reports
E of "just n the final Growers llomemaken here
'effect is anti.climactic. like the Tweet and delicate
t '4r 1 papaya flavor: many say it is
Dazzling Pudding Desserts ,1 @ 4:: 11 ft'. like a melon In taste.
After preparing a complete ,l d r, stsai In the store, you may see' f
meal, no one feels like bakingcake r ?I in color from
.a And few guests feel like papayas ranging
A meal green to yellow They change foods should combinethe
eating any gourmet TO really chin at special
calls for colon as they ripen at room dressed with fun and
a light ending For 11 good taste of everyday favorites up
desserts that take the cake- temperature. Store green ones flair How party-perfect this Cheese-Shrimp Rarebit from the
out of party menui-think in a fruit bowl and watch Borden Kitchen sauced with the softness of a Danish Flavor
pudding, and dream up daj-: them ripen. When more than Margarine, easy-to-melt Chateau cheese spread and the instant
ling delicious ideas, half yellow and softened likea ,convenience] of nonfat dry milk. Tuck in the toast, stand up the
For liver'lovers: here's robust protein-packed recipe from Creaminess la pear papayas are ready to shrimp, add some sauce and the rarebit U ready for and
the Borden Kitchen, Surround slices I of beef liver with gusty Key eat Once ripened, they keep .aha.:
scallions,Clip with golden sharp Wisconsin cheese slices colorfully Recent studies have shown 1 l extremely well In the refrigerator CbeeM: hrimp Rarebit
contrasted against tomato. Serve with quick.to-flx crescent rolls that most people 'rate creamy When serve, (Makes light t/3 cup servings) '
seeded, with sesame.IJver. desserts high on the list of dessert Yand
preferences Creamy pudding cut papayas in half scoop 1/4 cup Danish Flavor 1-3/4 cups cold water
Anti Srillloni An From|e desserts are sure to please out the black seeds. Then Margarine 2 teaspoons dill weed '
(Makes 4 servings) \if you make them eye-appealing 1 ((2 loaf Borden 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
'I tablespoons all-purpose 1 bunch chopped (about For a pudding dessert L' gateau pasteurized, 3 ( -ounee) cans Jumbo
flour 1-1/tcups: ) icallioni that creamy as the cream on process cheese spread, shrimp, "heated anddrained
1/2 ; milt 8 slices 6ox.VeraSharp ahredded *
: teaspoon (one top, choose a super creamychocolate .
1/4 teaspoon icailicnalt pkg.) Borden cream pip made with 2/3 cup instant nonfat dry 8 slices bread toasted and
I IIK teaspoon: pepper or a graham'cracker crust, rich milk, dry form cut in half\ diagonally
lb. about 4 slices) beef American :
1 ( pasteurized
packaged chocolate nut pudding Place margarine and shredded' cheese In top
liver cut Into 1/2 Inch cheese brO&'WI
process filling and dollops of whipped
of double boiler. Covercook water until cheese is
thick slices I medium size tomato,cut <
Danish cream on melted. Stir in one-half of remaining cheese. Cover; cook until
: Into 4 slices
tablespoons Flavor| Margarine r top Or swirl Add new flavor and interest to the vegetables ;vou'serve, iry melted Add remainder of cheese and cook until melted. Removefrom

'In a small him I, combine flour, salt, gallic suit anA pepper. creamy Fine vanilla My.To this Vegetable Butter Sauce or tee Sweet-Soar Beets, both made water heat.; blend In well a medium-size Gradually bowl add one-third, sprinkle of nonfat the milk dry at milk a time over
Dredjro liver in mixture until well coated on both tides Ins largeskillet puddingthrough using Ting Instant Breakfast Drink. With Tang on band, don'tforget continue to beat with wire whip after each addition until mixtureis
molt margarine 01 butler. Saute liver over low heat until chocolate Its ,,*>,
original use ass be ersge. smooth. Add dill weed and dry mustard Whip until smooth. .
brown on one side Turn, sprinkle, with Mi cup scallions. Cut nut pudding '., 4t"'T _I''''' Place over boiling water. Heat mixture about 10 minutes; stir
cheese slices in half) overlap 4 liver slice Topturh and serve ; "( i occasionally. Stand toast points around aides of
: .::!T rnnl Slaves } ffri1 serving dish
with a tomato Klin I Add cup icallions Coverskillet in sparklingparfait Ginleiiig : Alternately add cheese and shrimp, reserving enough shrimp' for
; continuo cooking over low heat until second side of liver **s glasses garnish. Serve hot. Makes ( sauce.
in brown and cheese. begins to melt Serve' Immediately. cups
topped with whipped cream I r VegetablesCore Was Big CropLet's Keep prepared shrimp hot by placing, colander over hot water.;

ED6EIOODIVE. recall' some of the Drain beets, reserving 3/4 Inez Kiiser's Book "Seal Food"Cool

story surrounding the many cup liquid Blend cornstarchwith "
popular vegetables in the Negro beet liquid In a saucepan.
B STORE Cookery To Please All
diet today. Add Instant breakfast drink, Designed ,
peel and dice for
or >uce
[OPEN SUNDAYS Our history In America began butter, salt and garlic salt. salads or .dessert, Or leave If you like to cook, to make This Is not an ordinary cook '
Cook and stir until mixture
back In 1819 when twenty skin on and serve ''papayaboats" eating an adventure, bat are not book.,It Is written clearly and
bolls Reduce heat and continueto
s 8 A.M. Africans arrived Jamestown, filled with Ice cream to sure about "how toprepare"eactling "with to .
simply figure"measurements
E' R' MA.1/ K E T cook and stir until mixture for dessert Provide' easy
SUP TO Virginia, on a Dutch vessel spoons dishes or don't havea call for. fooastuffs '
thickens.: Add beets heat for filled
; eating bOlts
Vegetable gardening soon became papaya herbs and
lot of spices
fancy ,' that are both Inexpensive
6 P.M. a big part of the life of; thoroughly Makes 4 servings. The classic Hawaiian perhaps it's time to try a cull and nutritions.
serving lime
these early slaves Corn was papaya a nary delight-SOUL FOOD. The author airs.. Kaiser i
Vegetable Butter Sauce half for breakfast A very'healthful *
WESTERN CENTER CUT a big crop It required little SOUL FOOD COOKERY by
PORK way to start the day an. Internationally-known home
CHOPS attention and care, and It supplied 11euPooDoranl8l1avoredInstant because 'a papaya half has mars Yeargatt Kaiser, published economist. She holds a BJS.
1''t" 1 meal for hot bread to breakfast drink, twice )he Vitamin C of an .on January 10, li a collection In Homo Economics from,
tt.; (r accompany the meals. Wild 1 tablespoon water orange;as much Vitamin A as of good eating Ideas that originated Kansas State Teachers College
,' "!.J.. : '. leafy plants were gathered and ; a carrot and lots of Bland D. more than three hundred and a M.S. in the same field
.... .. ( Z tablespoons butter,
later cultivated in their
small Papayas
\ are easy to digest and years ago with Negroes In the from Columbia University and
teaspoon chopped parsleyor
low in calories.
garden plots. Among themwerethe
..tl\s. / :\ chopped :ohlves (optional) South. has written extensively, con
mustard dandelion, and ; Papayas are available year
Written to help brbfee the
gapthrough eentratlag her efforts on
bow Dash of saltDissolve round but will
that Gradually they be especially
poke we today. -
one of life's basic
f. articles of Interest .
< WOlll8D.IIr.lCalaerbud111pllUcol
.. ( ; instant breakfast plentiful from
\ ,. the many greens that we on
1 ,
J .. now find so good to eat became drink In "water} in a pmaiisauca thwug'", t'e") 1r.'I' ef Qnths.; J ,t lets recipes,that.will tempt lected these Soul Food recipes"' .

'1f... "h':JIJ" 0 ... Yy ,".traditional Then like favorites now lefty.* .if* 9 a WVAM taltrKeal until W MYr IImeandinhture'II'bteDdecl.l yM* abut papayas..9 wSte i to !,, the palate of any group otpeopla, over the.years and tag added .' "

\f .. greenvegetables Pour B. West, Hume KonormslCtlavo rib-sticking dishes gneb as many of her own.'Simple to
j..t.FA. were enjoyed best (;ruwera483J candied yams chitterlings, follow these recipes will easily
over 3 or 4 servings of hot,
when cooked with salt ,
pork, rvinMI torsos blakeyed peas, collard greens provide' a meal that truly
tram hocks, o; ham skin. But cooked, green vegetable. Ion AngUu. California YWHH! / and pickled pigs feet. satisfies the soul. ,
sooner or later people want a
GRADE A STEWING l' slight change of taste for even ,"SUPER-RIGHT' 1/4 PORK LOIN SLICED ( 2 Id S-U avg)

their favo.-lte. foods, The addition : :

POTATOES sauce of an to orangeflavoredbutter your vegetablesIs SHOP iriia; :

HENS 29 Just the thing that offers

10 LB. BAG 39 this change of taste---t'..
LB delicious, and so easy to make
using Tang Instant Breakfast

Try this butier sauce soon:=

RIBS .59RICE you're bound to have the few

Ingredients on band necessary
LB.9r tq make it. Serve the sauce over

broccoli, 'cabbage, or Brussel .
'45*.' sprouts the next time you have H. ,.
them. A second delicious sweet-
,, sour sauce over beats can be "SUP

; r SUGAR3LB RD 'prepared using ghowlongwehive'Tang too.Amasin 'REEF I '1 'POREHALF i',!F-f ,:

:, URII' enjoyed little considered variety today's the In their vegetables favorites prepara-A : we LIVER 1 01WSLD49 I." -' :L

tion and service from time to

OR MORE rOOD ; 5 LB. BAG 49 < will time,add using flavor one of and these interest sauces to; care 3r. :*:;:':'

.your meals. IB. t
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1 Sweet-Sour Beets, /' .. ;f. rJ1
5 L13. .LG "
1 can ((18 01.) sliced beets; SPECIAL! ? OFF LABEL ( jjMlT Iw/?5 or more DreierA.NIf PAGE TOMATO '(.LIMIT Zw/$5 or more order' ) "
GRADE A SMALL. 1 tablespoon cornstarch; '. "

: FR EGGS 1 tablespoon orange-flavored CHEER.: 59. KETCHUP I
EGGS cSH :!Instant breakfast drink; ,3-lbI-o 'IIkr' us.3gft' '

I ....,.rles't.) :. I 1 tablespoon butter; : .
1/4 "
/,. ,: teaspoon salt, --c'
cor ,: :.: ) Ifl teaspoon garlic salt130L PBRAlto( PURE GRAPE SPECIALf SULTANABFAND PORK .

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Vegetables With 1 A Flair 4. : rr i il.

WESSON Dress up everyday vegetables ; :1M
29 with a creamy good 1 1ta.
:sauce This recipe for creamed "
pest and onion should tempt : ', ,
.,8fthe most reluctant '1 .. '
palate ;! ,
Creamed hat and Onions *,' '*:I.'J.i ; i

BLUE PLATE 1 I tablespoons tablespoons com margarine.starch sat ,SPECIAL I HvESH GREEK: : ';; j; .

OZEN DINNERS PKG. -39 Dash sugar "
MAYONNAISE W teaspoon salt \
Yt teaspoon pepper. L: : '
I cups milk, ClUUle ,
39 1 ID-ounce) packages frown il ; :
QT.JAK peg, cooked and drained -. 1 iI'i\I'i )
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t--w:: drained .
v tablespoon chopped
pimento optional t

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and pepper Remove from beat ti tiGradually ( :SIsP Tot! APiMAREISISE'STIlE; j: ftJ
add milk
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t. t .ois" II"t' I heat, stirring constantly until f. 45TI PlitES IN ;T. "
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- ... '. Velvet Ev.ryon.. aYO"t..V.yt-' Pumpkin Pie Bachelor livites -. ,

To Branch Gang For Gourmet! cooMnq., /+\

Serve breakfast variety. The Carnation Company PumpkinPie ICOrt;
Ned After Work
home economists surest Breakfast-to-Brunch Spoon. hints ,_ ( STAFF
bread. Velvetized evaporated milk keeps the Spoon. This veal scallopinl dinner isM [ ASSISTANT
bread moist and flavorful. Round out your menu with example of the best of bachelor--
a pitcher of hot maple, syrup and grilled sausares.BREAKFAST.fO.BRUNCH cookery. The meal is uniquely ___if__rHtatIJ CARNATION HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR.
masculine: ll )is easy to prepare.

Beat together pumpkin, brown requires a minimum of marketing; Delight! the family with Broiled Ilalibut
sugar, etc yolks, I/I teaspoon and satisfies hearty appetites. delicious Er Sauce Evaporated served with
and stir BACHELOR VEAl SCAUOf milk keeps the sauce
salt spices.; Gradually creamy-good. It helps make all
la TtlrttlMd evaporated milk 1 IH pounds viol cuttMnMARINADf Tiy It for main your cooking better.
.. dishes and desserts, salads and .
'Pour into pie shell. Sprinkle You will be pleased soups
'1/4 cop nuts on top Bake la
425 degree (hot) oven 15 H cup soled oil.
minutes; reduce Otis to ISO H cup Reolemon bottled lemon juke
degree (moderate) and bake 44 I leotpoon prepared muttordI

minutes longer or until knife .tp I leotpoon crocked pepper
Inserted near center comes out :..1r. I teaspoon toll .
-el... Beat etc whites with ptN kr c _.._ Cs. X teaspoon nutmeg
,remaining salt until foamy; 1 drop gorlk juke
The first pumpkin pie of the
season was a taste event I
gradually add lfllllllateclavpr. teaspoon poprikoFlour
long awaited in years gone by. But not ao today! Pumpkin . .
beating until stiff bat tot dry
pie bas become a year round-treat with varieties of canned
.Spread merlagie on pie. and frozen pumpkin available .
kPA. Sprinkle with remainingBate nuts. For the Inexperienced cook, It used to be a chancy thing Butter
y in 421 degree Out) oven too. She was never sure It the pie had cooked lust the I cup beef bouillon mss'
5 mlnitM, or until light. right amount-thick enough to out and yet not overbaked. Jorge! onion, sliced I
boil Cool The Carnation Company baa eliminated guesswork In BROILED HALIBUT WITH EM SAUCE
POONBREAD 1-1/1 cops canned pumpkin thla recipe by using velvetlced evaporated milk In the Oiling i cup dry white wine (Makes 4 servings)
For a apeolal touch, the pie la topped with a mound I 4 ounce con mushrooms
(Makes 6 to 8 cop firmly packed brown I Vi (U to 1-Inch 2 lemon
servings) sugar of meringue. A. a year 'round cooking Ingredient, velvetlced b to I cup liked slutted olivetMasculint thick pounds halibut tablespoons juke
1 cup yellow corn meal I Carnation evaporated milk also lends a helping hand In making Method' 'by ) fillets or \ teaspoon Worcestershire
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chopped walnuts Emmentaler and half Gruyere or a full pound of the Em- tides, EGG SAUCE
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dinner Creamed 1 clove garlic Y pound natural Grayer and sliced sweet onion. 14 salt chicken broth
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Finds Talent Search Pays Off Seen Harrowiao Old PreiidicesGUENSBOBO I

GREENSBORO, N.C.-Veteran Cherry was top man with t0points. I ..C.-Worth | and Is coming here to study
Carolina AlT, a powerhouse lathe physical education. His aaI .
Irvin's Be followed
AlT coach Cal 1eU'C1l.for was by :.. I
talent Is paying rich divi Austin with 14, Lonnle Klutts 'Ii predomlaaatly-Negro I billon Is eventttllyt coach." ;
dends. with 12, and Larry Dunn with I Ii Central mtercoUegiate Athletic Bonn also said that two other
Irvin opened the season without 11. I r I Association, lut week signed One players from Camp Lejeune -
1U first white football player. have signed grant-u-aids)
.a starter back from last year The Aggies will definitely be
Balance has been the maID strengthened by the return of i The University of Arkansas has. | with AlT. They are Langsto
Butts and speedy guard Esroy ttj eyes on Carl Lower of Dunehgy of Owensboro, .Ky, '
factor In ATs Although
success Watts, both who were not with te North LIttle Bock. a (-2, ZOS-pound guard, and I
spunky leads the guard offense DaryleCherry witha the team last semester i Yt Signed to a grant-ln-ald br John Davis, who does the 100 <
Tie Falcons simply were no Aggie assistants Mel Groones in under 10, Is a 1-1. 210-
M-polnt per game also average match for the fact-breaking r, Lfr \ 4w and WWIeJeffrlenus.rplUltlobi 'pound end. Both! players are
the Aggies can count on I
Aggies. After deadlocking the Andrews CampLeJeone, Negroes.
II points from fr.sllmadlmer ,
Austin 14 from Vernon Walker, fourth time at 17-17 ALT was Q' j M.C. Carl Lowe, North Little Rock
can Andrews, a native of Laurin-
and 13 from Charles Greer. ignited by the shooting of Dunn '' High School's halfback may
Against St. Avggustlne's, five and Klutts and raced to a 50-28 Wg ..C., Is 6-1 and weighs become the first Negro to sign i
W5. Be was scooted by AlT '
halftime lead. football at the'
players hit In double figures I a scholarship
coaches last tall when he played University of Arkansas. .
center to the eight-Dan CampLejeaDe Lowe said recently he had

team.Announcing made lip his mind .to attend
the signing was the university, The official
(MUSS Aggie football coach HornbyHoweO. signing date ,in .the Southwest
Soothing relief for who folded AliT loan Conference Tuesday'
1-1 season last year. Arkansas has two
I hands a ", j revs liked our, 'procranf
hard-working : / I' I Ia Negro basketball players on
./ ICI and approach to things," said
l. scholarship, no Black athlete
VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY. For hands 10 i- Bowea. "1Ie will get a shot at
I' rough, ao chapped, they actually hurt.. vacated has ever been awarded a foot-
1 the center position by.
Soothes and aofteni.. f-K ball grant. If Arkansas signs
provides a continuous the graduating Ken Page. Lowe, the Sugar Bowl champion\ ]
film that protects "Be chose ns over several Razorbacks will Improve their
against moisture better .other schools: North Carolina
of another
chances getting one
than waterycreams and .
lotlom. Get 'Vaiellne' II. Kid GiviliR of the state's top Kegro running
PetroleumJ.Ur.Youpa: ) backs Jon Richardson\.
a little more than for Horace mann.Richardson ,
other brand of petroleum To Be Giest At has said that he
jelly...but your
hands are worth HI I would like to go to the university -
Special Miami Benefit another Black football
player accompanies him.
ILUltJd Gavllanformer Lowe said he chose Arkansas
famous middleweight boxer above a host of schools Including
-..'" native of Cuba, known for his UCLA and Southern
Boy Scout Explorers Post officials work and play with youngsters Fitzgerald, Walter Reed, Jr., and Aubrey Lewis. Woolworth bolo punch, will be honored at a California. ,/\
I In theMontclafr.M.J.area.Here twoScout leaders help two young I personnel representativeGranblfRg's banquet in Miami onSahir&y, ;
skaters In the picture left to right, are Loomis Wright, James February 22, at I p.m. Sharing the .Risk "
Gavllan Is now a preacher.Be NEW YORK-People uho

I ,Porter Considers Top Post At Soithern Universitythe to Cuba.quit boxing Castro In 1958 according and moved to buy property actually and are liability participating insurance ..
CRAMBUNG La.-(NPI)- be developed Deacon Jones all- local staff, he has bean Invaluable contributions as a owned.Information' Be served, took everything several he in a risk.sharing venture.
Douglas T. Porter a member pro end with the Los Angeles associated with three South' recruiter and scout.; sentences while Jail the Insurance Information Institute .
preaching religion
of the Grambllng College coaching Rams. He has had extensive western ,Athletic Conference Porter played football and on street corners.' note In other words.
staff woo displaysa Championship teams, basketball at Xarier ntake small
always competitive and 11 years of ]r University The ex-boxer came to Miami many persons
willingness to tackle tough college coaJilng experience Coach Eddie Robinson alls New Orleans and received the several months ago to have contributions In' the form of
assignments, was interviewedIn Bit area of responsibility at him an extreme valuable man MA. degree from the operations on his eyes and on premiums to protect themselves
Baton Rouge for the top Job Gramul'-ij' U offense and: rijer who gets all-out efforts' from University\ of Indiana, Bloom- his kidneys The dinner will against severe lOll or financial
at Southern University\ backs are soundly lolled j, members or the sjjad Ingtou be given in his behalf hardship in the event',of misfortune -
Porter formerly served as Porter empaasites: quickness In addition Porter has made .

.. head coach at Mississippi and malleuverabll'ty.
Valley State Itta Bens wher During\ his three years on. Getting Ready For The Races

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I. ,Send $2 00 for your 1 Wendell' :Scott of Danville,'"Vs., who for years has .been the lone t JonalSpee raya oalngaa\lilt to right) arefcoU's two wit,
Horoscope .Guide} for I I Negro driver on the NASCAR Grand National circuit, makes Wendell, Jr, and Trickle, who hope to take up the sport dado
final adjustments on his Ford prior to the running of the lira racing In the near future.
f' t < February1 annual Daybtona 500 on Sunday February 23 at Daytona Inter

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I NAME-. Waiting.-'As Credit Low Aproved As on Spot! Plans Leaving Hazards For Last Time
STREET- .. DAYTOltt BEACH, Fla:-At :'
I varam nc nur ant y ire's t our o. any. zoo o..p yram DATE OF BIRTH down I 47,.Wendell Scott feels he has has a 1968 Ford ready
several more good years left for the Daytona 500 and later
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thinking ahead to the day he sons will drive The money,
69 CADILLAC 60 SPEC. FLEETWOOD 1' t / Y t I t / t a t r / DEVILLE 'vk.,. ... $3395 .the. last time. ninth place finish in the 1968.
S?"ri0"teJ.wiioSwsfl le CONDITIONED VINYL' *<* '.. WAY "I have two sots anxious to NASCAR Grand National stand,

68 CADILLAC EL DORADO ..? ....,.;v, .. S6195'| get into racing," the Danville 'ings.. -
LOADED. FACTORY WARRANTY I I Va, resident said "and I'm .BotB lore racing maybe.as .
\ 67 '" $4295 I going to do everything lean to much as I do," Scott the.
give them that chance. Wright only ]fecro drlftr_Uat circuit,
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68 ELEC. 225 ,.I ; .t',.. |3995 :. Scutt makes his first start work now and they bow a heck,
68 PLYMOUTH FURY 111 v.l :v\ ? $2695 of the 1969 racing season In t lOfalot more than I did when
AIR WARRANTY. the llth annual Daytona 500 started racing"
68 NEWPORT' $3395)) Sunday February tt Daytona Five big races will be held
WARRAN Y the within eight days as Dayton's.sped
International Speedway,
,t 68 +PON. '1AC GRAND PRIX ..; .,:H WARRANTY.1... |3695IOAOCO premier Classic I of KASCABGrand Weeks grind to a halt
411. 67 BUICKLESABRE!: COUPE .,.y.-,'..} ,.' 12595 .. national racing over' The ARCA 100 will be run on
IILM NEW AJRCONDITWNID.I' awards. Sunday February 11 with two
68 RApMMBAT1I.ERT 770, . .. . .. .', ....... $2295 ,1204,000 Although la posted the two boys, 129-mile qaallfying races seton
I I'I II ,TION.AYKt NEW:ltt'Ir": !WARRANTYlR tt-year-old Wendell Jr., and Thursday February ,SO to

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We Take Deals Where Others Refuse aukms to race they'll 1I&ve'IJtoaa' far the Daytona, 500. !
i.A Credit'Approved on Spot high-banked two and The Florida Citrus HO for
a half mile track their father KA9CAR Grand Touring cars*
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I Meadowlark lemon Top Globetrotter I.M. Arfrett Chosoa YMCA World Of Books I

I ChfllrniR At .Aiaial CeafibbctaQation .. CONTWOTD FROM PAG* ,5 .
and-establishes of wsungun,
experiences for some genius of thi South Slack people
ot offfetrs and Members installed were Alton tilt awareness and continuing With blood-hot eyes and CIDIIIpp.d p.C. The experiences are Interesting
board members, was held Adams James L Bellinger, struggle with the dilemma of scented mouth but cannot really bcompare
N February 10 la the Ts 'AllVPorpote Wltdasi Bishop>>, Mrs. MildredC. race, with which Jean lived. Surprised In maklngfolk- with the beauty' of
Boom. Eiecatlre Vice Bndham, Charles Brooks There are three major categories songs from soul sounds.In the southern scene.In .
President, George CreswellotItetropoUiu Dr. Earl T. Calllns, Manatee in the book. In the first' the second category, the third section Toomer
YMCA installed Davis Bishop Sadie Gibson TOO D.r tells ot his Georgia' Toomer talks about life and the writes about Kabnls a Black
the tollowinc persons: LJCArpett Mrs. Hortense W. Gray. Julius experiences, purposely telling' northerner U'lnrla the south.
ehalrnaa; William Gulnyard Robert HoUtyWen only stories about aoutIwIr I

Scott, first vice: chairman second;ReT.FJ vice.. dell '. Holmes, W.A. Jaws Black they women bad to and endure.tilt kind But the dlife W Getting music to sound right in a
>. Rthardson Mrs. Aldonla C. Joyner, lea '
chairman; Mrs. Erma G.Word. A. Knight Harold 0, Kennedy, reactions author or points of view of studio is a matter of getting a
all the
secretary; Leonard Atwater; Rev Rudolph McKlsslck, Mrs the throughout perfect balance of elements.99
stories Is from that of
membership! committee chair- Sallye, B. Mathls, Dr. AndrewS. always
w Ban, Eseklel W. Bryant, co- Robinson, Alphonso Scurry, a northern educated Black man
C C The I
the south same thing
chalrmaa membership W. DeVatghn Sweet, Jimmle visiting ,.I expect, appliesto
m tilt midst of all the hard
| committee. Clifford Morton Walker Walter H. White, work In the corn, cotton, andaap.r getting a great gin..a perfect
co-finance chairman RUler Latlmer F. Williams, Rev. F.
balance of
t.r t. I "* cane fields, in spite of eTements..dryness
I Bell, co-finance chairman. D. Wilson and Rev.W.K.Young.
t' r the beatings and lynching, at the the works.That's what I find inGordon's
j hands of whites, the charactersthat
Howard University
Friends Of Scooting people Toomer's stories Gin."

CONTINUED FROM PAGE have beauty and manage to
Hold Enrollment sing, and enjoy themselves. Roy Eaton Composer, Pt'nM, Mulfe Director Btnton a Bowlti, /ne,on*of
resolvlac the pro le"L'rlll..t Toomer marvelled at what he W>. Mlton I",.., Overturn* tfenc/H, wlnntr KoKluuko founOtlan
White svptoded( Drive In Clll saw, and at the reactions he' >Hut Chopin Award; International rKitHut;ncordlnt trtin Sac Mc Record.. w.pvi .
earlier 196 students of the felt within himself, as he Indicated -
III '3,200 student population The friends of Scouting wroUment In this poem called
becaose of alleged disorderly drive started this "Georgia Dusk":
conduct and malicious: miscbletdorinf month. Leroy B.. Jackson Is A feast of moon and men
IV a recent sit-in general chilrman. Chester B. and barking hounds; An orgy 1
Virilnla's University of Cowart is major chairman and .. :
Virginia was the scene of rally Anthony B. Klanon, special
I designed to call for an end to chairman. FOR SALE NOW!
all racial discrimination and the Dates to remember are: Saturday .
ouster of a lD.mberolthebolrd March 13,Goodwill Good
of directors. Protests relatedto Turn BagDlstittHiUooSaturdayMarch FRARuitifil
7ii Black Studies programs and It, Goodwill Good Turn
their implementation.San Bag PlckupDay.Satnrday Spuius
Francisco State College, tt, Council Scout Exposition
Tseleacuered for many weeks,is Gator Bowl; Friday and Saturday TOWN HOUSES
still In an uproar. Black May 16 and 17, Boypower
students broke op the class of Camporee, Camp Francis John III j
a faculty member opposed to son; Open Summer Camp,Camp
;a faculty! strike.According Shands. uformatbo concerning WASHINGTON HIS.RiifiRifrifintir 1i
to Dr. Frank Ash- scouting can be secured by .
more, vice president of Duke calling 3880591.The ,
University, protesters pined national Jamboree will ."w.p7 .

'When IM t lemon a banana? When "; 'Meadowlark Lemon top banana of the Harlem Globetrotters -. announced little tb.u.SttU.lDntwu, however, of the be in Idaho in 1969. liw Miithlj hjmtsI

coming to the Jacksonville Coliseum oo Saturday, March 1, at I p.m. Lemon la disorders. He blamed a lack 01. Bedroom $51.55
perpetuating a role made world famous by the late Goose Tatum and first played 1927by communication between tin SEWING AND SAVINGS Bedroom $58.68
Inman Jackson. Actually, the role pre-dates eYeD Jackson; it Is born of the court jesters races u a cause of the foment CLW LETS TEA 4 Bedroom$88.81
ot centuries ago. Being top banana for the lamed Globetrotters means you're a talented there. There are 90 Negroes The Good Will Sewing and
athlete but also bar a flair for mimic and slapstick. At both, Meadowlark la a master. His a total school population'o! Saving Club will have a tea SILT J2U MHJ G/t
ability as a player la beyond question, but u Lemon the clown, be twinkles and shines. The 8,000. Sunday, February 23,' in the _h'a's' {rr
Globetrotters have thrilled four generations of sports fans with their skill and antics. Their Dr. Ashmore indicated that Gateway Barracks, 1509 Kings VULCAN INC. London Oordon'iOln, tnilind cntttdln/ 17(9It ,
tumor Is tlmelest and the emotion generated by Lemon was worded best by a little girl when a Negro advisor will be namedas Road,* from 3:30 to 6 p.m. 'I the elm s1 mitr in England,
she met her Globetrotter hero for the first time. It was a 4-year-old saying simply what the soon u possible. Plans will Madam Melvlnla Wright/ will 7003 Ken Knight Dr. Amend, and the world
world has said through its applause time and again, "I Love You, Meadowlark." Meadowlark be considered for Afro- speak. Mrs A. Admonson, pre 7C8-347&,
33 years old now, formerly of Wilmington N.C., but presently living on two wooded acres In American courses of study sident. The public is invited. k rtNifiM i>tt immiuimKiuanMttui, iinw.MM's NT ma'la.worn.
the upper-middle class community of Fairfield, Conn., with his wife, two sons and three
daughters, and In his 14ti season with the "Magicians of Basketball". Lemon's achieved
greatness as the world's most famous athlete, and has all a man could want in th. way of Friday Saturday '
life-femily and personal gain. But the greatest achievement, from Lemon's point of view,
is being a banana..the top banana with the Harlem Globetrotters For more details see page 3.: Only WASHINGTON'S

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Florida Star NeWS Readers: Special INTRODUCTORY OFFER bring you tt much m" ;" ,

10000.00 EXTRA INCIME',


250 enrolls your entire family for the ftrst month

it Pays In addition to all other coverage you havefe Pays you cash benefits the fo TMg, 4ll sfr i ya ... ... s

Including Medicare maximum of $130.00-A-WCKK..aft m extra *.** .to ,**,

if Pays up to $10,000.00 tax free cash for Pays all cash direct to you (net *.*" er .pe., taO

j each hospital stay -ft No age limit-no medical exsmtoaStefl\ requtredl. ., .f.

is, ir Pays $100.00-A-WEEK cash each time .you go to the hospital a. even up to 100 weeks 'if' 1% tdtftman wM cd! _.


One out of two families will have someone In the hospital this Plan must be mailed "n the convenient Enrollment-Applteattea
,..rllt! could be you-or some beloved member of your family NOT LATER ,(">' l.' MIDNIGHT of the date shown. It'
tomorrow...next week...next month Sad to say, very few fam. IF YOU ARE 6J OR OVER This midnight expiration hour cannot (. nl/ fI. It. year 11NM ,3 Sill 1TOIN AiS AiMwSE

Dies have anywhere near enough coverage to meet today's soar' YOU WILL COLLECT $70.00-A-WI enrollment form it mailed later tt cannot 6* acttpttlrjtoso rev lea Preatdea/Nf.'CT tjf IfVMt) 'MNNMM
IRe hospital coiti These costs have doubled In Just a few short are the ONLY axel.".,." AtMsm .M' Mte ACCMtMT _NM g.pw yea y,'
.They are expected to double again in the few ahead IN ADDITION TO MEDICARE ...,
years years Your Presidential policy covert veil conceivable kind ef eich-. lie p Nsl. ,.. _4-., a stsg/y Sse
Stop for a moment. Think how much a long stay In the hoe.eeeetlyblutneaenryor Why are smart folks over 65 now hastening to ness or accident except conditions caused.by war or any set tt I. NOT MM*... mr tf m m* den I *
: : X.raytdoctorbilled! :: I : you, and ever medicines pay for? themselves with the Presidential Extra Cash Plan ,In war) mental disorders, intoxicant and narcotka; where. care VM starts er*Mt*,*tmy M SIOO net 00MtN a.ryw ere.*..>In evny the .totptrf(Me* me. If*.ru Ana tt It 1.1
addition to what Medicare will\ do for them? Is In a Government hospital; pregnancy except as prewUed ., ,badsere
What would you do If your pay check stopped but seer apau tr pod 1700 a mM In < n to en ,11
kept the as everT The rent pone Even though Medicare is a great boon to folks over under the maternity benefit provision; and expenses meshing MaeM. Yew ...lv*. yes *r* pea ISO N eM
pence going on same same ,
food, all I the dayto-day expenses that never stop 65, It will not of course pay all the bills that quickly of from any sickness.,during or I Injury the you had before the Effective Date ::: pee IN are-1 M sew She reur Peelty"=.,M Ie me Serene! J':'t!1'"
pile as a result of illness or accident. your policy> year only '
What Is breadwinner to dot We believe wl have np 1fl
average This fait item it a real help you already hive a health ae i'N pee HI am Ma>l>msii a' >yej Mies a"M afi t'
the answer in the famoift Presidential Extra Cash Plan that JtooaratfoM of stiff itooefaefefftioMrf sick Yw wiNMy ws.;; uMther pee Ire M nee ;
ywr.p. yes problem If yon are take out this policy, wilitilt .r thws eeeA
t.tdM t*.l tt et Mm
:: tt fir ef m tof e "
week tax.frss ?
Pays yes100.00. fceoWi. ,...ctl...., be covered for after the policy has been M w a wesO, menm, peer en were.
c.sA when you to to the hospital.What We have designed this plan as the 1""o'lolie addition/ effect for 2 years Meanwhile every new condition is covered .. aes me Plaw aey yes flmm sae met sly er I mmjeMmepewVM W. ch

a blessing It Is when you know you have an extra $100.00 to what you receive from Medicare or any other How MM 25< way M HHnkt. | Yes raclv hill..suet hashes M tlOfeo. ate '* '?< .4,
cash coming in every week.>beginning the very first day you Health Insurance you may have, Remember r all check You can buy ordinary insurance at any time and pay the regular awe ne niSrro,,r.wplMN term 1If-M M. y.
enter the hospital will I be tent directly to you (not to the doctor or hospital), rates, If you wish But Presidential can now provide yea peaed pew lewd ease em,,send ew a eldew.nyeldew. y
Now Presidential' economy plan enables you to enjoy thle to give you that"extra" help Just when you need it most and your entire family with tax-free Income Protect!** fee bees H eepa aCe. sa.wesew sea If se pNwy.
protection at once Because it will NOT cost you $20.00. It will Use the tax-free cash any way you see fit And you will just 25* the first month only because we enroll Motor A Hew mesh o t rodeos Or e mfiiin* Hjme sitteaeeAWHKfwiwM MaeiR J to
NOT cost you 10.00or even $5.00. Your special low price Is be glad to know the r: checks will. be big ono/ l In addition to of people at one time-dtrtct by mail This high imitiat seeifiwr> .here seen .
Just' Kt for the first month coverage for your entire family. what you receive from Medicare Presidential pay you "Mass Enrollment"method cute costs to the bone-anrf tk*tar a pimSced Nee m MnsMemd eerie =..rr lays Also-re"--=IMM Ixhs
Then continue at low Presidential rates $70.00 week. ... EVEN FOR 100 WEEKS if necessary tape art passed on eo yon/ ..... tee pare Irew use C win heea lasmwad. Ie 'UG ot y S
Tow c..h benef if* '''cr.... ...It .., You can receive.* much as (7fl(0.00 for tack Ulna vr e wee lit heee11N...It se ems ees II p.ulie ,
injury MiAett koipitaluedl .. ..e .. eaewaa. ... ....... :i"
of no exfro coif t. yowl Medical Costs yes. tieweei Ie seld Ie pew ears ehwtoes! seem ... ::1-.
And what peace of mind not to worry about rising cost. Your Skyrocket My tine .ltltln 10 as,. If w eedea. C1 7(
protection automatically increases $3.00 a week each year. The home to recuperate and yet not be a burden to your loved ones.. \ tail I to ps1 ears "It Mo a Mss ** i if. sgeerllP 0'
Ant year you get$100.00 a week You rre$103'00 a week in the Yes, if your doctor say you need a registered nurse full time ($*!ni: UJ. bit tf fciNh, IfctrtM ft Mh 11) MeaO.M5i"esce enOeM.0. eae... er.IC1r: ..., .'., itM
feeS ,
second $106,DO a week in the .00 week in check : less
year a within l 6 days after you come home, well send you for ern wna.w M "' ., Yes'mwaawwwd
the fourth year By the eleventh year,your policy will be wortha $10000 *wails-for a long as you need the nurse-even up to 200 957..'S9a 100 .= -== eNM N,..:M the== t: :;,
full 11 SO.00 a week in benefit payments .. at no Increase incat 10 we.ke.It's like having a reserve of$5,000.00 cash to draw on MM ewe eMoaaaeleaTtMny
to you 1 This generous cash reserve protection will belong I when you need it These benefit also Moreau each year by -.r: ,set Mandy, ea 'seed 'fI
te you for as long as you keep the policy You can see that,pour $3.00 a week. Another exceptional feature you have with Presidential. no :..rtf.A-ante le' II : lei der seek 1 ; '\'
insurance will be worth much more than the present facevalue" ... HosplGl DeiyIN eN wan M, =- :.:aeceanwes.. MN* =reseed M M..Iee a"ae tan re ..here n M .. '

of the policy Certainly our Increased payments to you ;Pay I yes f...... a wools c..* matoritlfy .....f &rvlceChargN me roved If a'emy. 1..... lol'
will help keep pace with rising costs and -best of all... I. .....se I w pee Lr hesr$alWweraI.....anew. :.1, rl'i '
wooki for each I
to I ft nesolrol if
op ay N I I .....
t i Tfco JiKreosfnej fcenefffi como to yo alesgels.-d'o'ss' far Ma man \\i'
Ordinary hospital Insurance care of part of your expenses 140 AN Medial = 'VM doll MHM 110*00-A-WMK tar e IM*ef I**
at extra cost.Too .
when go to the hospital to have' a baby. But what Sod If pas here eI, eay mourned eve sense aMwes.e
till fay the revfar low Prosfofential' premium you ..r iuee 10 MM. it'. uwsiNM a nee esedlssmne. sod tea
policy can you think of that gives cash to buy all the thingsyou w* inset tar MI Mitwnil sue VMM Of OMirw. m sew
What other Plan protects you like this today? What other Plan need for the new baby? Now,IOU husband and wife are eemmd -- 100.M*..
keepi protecting you sgalnst rising living costs in the year Insured In the wonderful family Plain< With MeUrmly for.the ,- 'PM'aklensiFe/1/ ,fc Ie :ma"i I ees Mom: == *., .it
!head without increasing your premiums? And that not all.I entire period of the pregnancy you get extra cash to use anyway 100 .-. .t 'tea wey me IIIilt say wqyes ..1.j" ...-... .he.pMel. end
This special Presidential I Extra Cash PUn I (*HP 18L-1067). ?, you want If a pregnancy, childbirth or even miscarriage I rnu..a..e... ..der wile, red Send' heuespld' spars. se senlwee she.
in the hospital for one day five day,10 days -at longas e Is e5Mlp N yes.
'00.00. week CASH put.you Preccdptlonufidlkup .
yew get 100.00 a week for day of your to M, mar I AIM I am ew ttM ,.
necessaryyou every
for a r..r."""rs. at "."' .. confinement up to 100 weeks. 19(2 19M 1964 15 Jill 11 Yes, yew _\ Piece" aay. II'9.-..... II
Yes, In addition to the $100.00 weekly checks we send during jfHmnmtmtoutU.r.itI.7UO.-cues pbe .t7'
you feurcei. DtpwtiMfit < '
AW those oefoW cosh honor**. of HMltft', UucttlM see **
your hospital lr.i'nn:: : extra $10000 a week if n. ew.t......Sias....... -N 1 wnyMM Maws ri
the doctor say you a'deli nurse to take Yes, In addition to$100.00 a week for hospitalization or $100.00 Mll Security BirfeMv Asp Mr. 'N TMs"" peen wan pen M aNew N wbsMw yes
care of you at home. a week maternity benefit and 100.00 a week for a registered' Govt figure reveal\ your present health pretertUe.may pep Mp 1nsl "? pse -. bel..q e1Nm ear'M
How comforting it Is to know that-after your stay In the nurse at home.,. you get all this) M rose.eehqMm
hospital,if you've been there three days or more,you can return:' Added cask benefits: $ ,000,00 cash to your family if death occurs no longer protect you etched ,-,'* rfntdtaal '". f fe MmMasen r eieiOMr... la! e...... 11.*.ale W ..
within 90 days from any accld.ntallnjurf. Think of how coats' Don't leave your loved Nee dsMes, --. fit
handy the cash can be In time of lost It can take care of burial less Act woes ....... lees ..M.i lit resod pass INyw
at once to add to ,
r up to $10,000,00 CASH for each accident or p $10,000,1 e ywe __ hew Mpeed thw ......ft_. 1M easnew as e.e ill
PAYS expenses without burdening your loved ones health protection for only U4 fer entire! f- Mae pee epI wwd aNwp N eebeemM 50 pear Meer ,, .
Illness, the first in hot =
starting day -
very .
Added cash benefits I : Up to $2,000.00 cash for accld.ntallol' of w wail en pew h.epiSN NOS.. Year P s, 5.wn
pltil PAYS up to 7000.00 CASH at the rate limbs or eyesight,when the I loss occurs anytime within 90 daysof wash. en nehd N pea W as melt .. w yes .s 54;
of $7000AwrEK if you are 65 or over the accident The loss of a limb or eyesight t is a terrible: I thing : Mob your decision, co""fefly. It. WM. heedS 0* ...r aUglM. ..pm...< ......... ..
In addition to Medicare. Nothing can replace the loss, but a check for $1 000.00 or :Think how costly! a hospital confinement will be late te* perIng If pee.hwee.i fimUy Type tttn y *rttnttt Het fMIvo -
PAYS $100.00 A WEEK CASH- If you need I full. $2 000,00 bring peace of mind during the period of adjustmnt.Added for those Indispenslble x-rays, doctor bills, auokmes and arm'=:.: :a was Sc hen en's,'would'"= W.:all sea, Ys.A '

time registered nurse when you come home cash benefits Choose either Family. Plan ., and your drug that are not covered by your present Insurance, Sloe, apnauS shsiee as ag ..... .s a II
from the hospital up to 50 week., children will be covered tool Presidential pays up to $000.00 Would you be able to afford the quiet and privacy I a privet M.r.: op "

PAYS $100000 EXTRA CASH for accidental death. any time your youngster roes to the hospital..for tonsils, appendicitis room and a private nurse should you so desire Or a telieteoe >...<. w yw bees ute rH.injin' wrm RMTCMMTVwaiiBf ... .
or olAtr illness or injury) Yes will\ receive !tae weep w wan Ieee am I ,tench ss sad see
any you to keep In touch with loved onesl Or the rental of a TV set to ..::. .:; v -
$50.00 cash week after week- for a* many a* 100 wake, If help pass the lonely hours Who would pay your bills the keeo emares.A awneeMNeeNIsyedsay .
PAYS up limbs to or 2000.00 eyesight CASH for accidental. of necessary. on coming In at hornet Many folks have lost their lifetheir aevmtJL ,Ian 'AMM..N..Mraw- I .hme lie Mras.

'Wo who. .It,. care,even their homes trying;to meet such expense*. AMIno
yssrpr.nlvma are Hot .
$100.00 A WEEK CASH for each pay yew : NnnNdp" Presldentiet eearedse sense eaeeel' ear .
nAYS pregnancy one know whose turn it will be next., : = .r
pdesseMews pea Sane Ne sd ...... t
when you go to the hospital assuming both As a special consideration to you -if you are hospitalized just atb.f aspN.... .. msyNweasebsnsesse .... '
husband and wife have been enrolled In the 6 weeks or more,all premiums that com due while you are still Wiry yo mirtl refMdata1Aeeeaetainrofm.nfApplteaHeahet peas! NemhwIN p.mw styes pee hew.ames? M.a .1. 1:"If,Jac
, Family Plan With Maternity., in the hospital after this period will be paid by Presidential I I / a few days free...... Tty. eevese,en mess_,.. .. itJI leNed.. is easN. 1-..
' ...u up to $5,000.00 at the rate of $50.00 A WEEK And your protection continues a* if you were paying the premium Why do we give you so I little time, a': apply for your meeremee said lit trr msbhs>n pew epNl.Mw, .etxe..s palsy nun wry be Ieeesi. tmetiAi....*.) It ".. .
.,'.:, PAYS when a child goes to the hospital for any accident *yourself! Ti n If you leave the hospital and must return policy-only a few days Because, mentioned eeeve,M.lase II. seals *e ittftt e* I en*enter e?N I .Have Me a** h : ;} t
for the condition before have resumed full normal receive the = ltl'?
. or Illness when are enrolled In the same you your Enrollment-Application acme (MM e* a ake '
Family Plan, you acth (ties for 90 days,Presidential will again PAY ANY PREMIUMS otAert in order to pass on to you the saving that ease free a. "abler tee amp. clams pI 110M. M eseerdee If NC ft e. 'i
WHILE YOU ARE IN THE HOSPITAL-TO A processing many policies at one tim ton* mu has pest (palsy. paw tees .lll theses lh. saws us 'Ii .'' "''
c:1. PAYS you to cash benefits that Increase each year, .. ,MAXIMUM OF 100 WEEKS per confinement! This mean you We mail you the policy as soon as we receive your enreameM ==N ten adios year sea SIn when reN sod pee suehdt se sac ":::-.C-: ::: '" 1 1\
a maximum of $130.oo.A.WEEK. .,at no pay no premiums, yet your full protection remains In force: form. When the policy arrives, examine It in the privacy of hese M ttICJI typa lit yew one a wee", '# !. sir
,extra cost to you you collect up (o $19,000.00 jot each ofinmttl your own home, Take all the time you need It's a very aster* D. whet II set ....... W Male pit. 1 : '
i'i'. PAYS you cash benefits for hospitalization for any document, be pleasantly surprised to discover there 'YSe sly eendaNne lice wvw.d em Pass emend Syr r.ad.I J. y1aa.rsseenyn 11
MM orn* INM
Limn iNtotiMCMr soon
.K, accident Immediately. Any sickness I is covered la NO FINE PANT. Then -ikow it, I if yen wish, to aomewte --Ic_ _: __ L
:# beginning day after Effective Date of policy. : .fify lit far Fir**Math= .....,.....,...,.,.,... you trust. Perhaps your lawyer, accountant or hanker.>Setter ": a: '" J 1 ,M."," c

'r 1 NO age limit-no medical examination required You can now have your Ant month's protection for your entire still- Mow tt to your own assurance man.. even tftvf Ae M If rM Il,. f;_ ilK'ii J.at1JrV.':
., no salesman" will call family for only twenty Jive trull But you must act tmmedtateiy may very:J."t tt working for another company I If he hi e *> =.. pncy ease PUN w -= ';: \i' "
: Your request for this wonderful Income Protection sonal l he baa your best Interest In mind, Be yes eon e..asendiin... of ,...,...., Y ate TY mews. J'," .\ '
1 h believe him when he tells you there is no better bargain available I"t\,1
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anywhere at any price fen ,,:
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beamnw: ad. NqwMy ....... Ms .......... pal.t yes t ; :; ,
I pest"" ..... bad em.a. hN's md11M ef IMe UN I. me eeuma '. I's, .4: .
, ,.+*!' Even after you mall your Enrollment-Application ..... .. N. .. II WI akr .... tee I *aiSdMPs.. .Agt ,)i.\j" ,
r f I even after you examine the policy In your own home a4 talk a.e.es, ky r lHn e IMI eaalT f sews w.03 :
I it over with anyone you wish ,.t even after all this yom are still sere. crartlli racMhej.d "To-eec be, ,;:
I II free to return the policy within 15 everter eriN b eer It mInhwm-and en wen pee Ihme eeM.s sa Ie_ 1tJl" \ ;

6e refunded af. one*.There will be no obligation whatever, .. == 4Mi=:: It re/ .. ::
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Meanwhile, all during the 15 day you are mating ap ye rmindyou'll .... -. A N Phi psp Ae 't., "
I IA I be protected by $100OO-A-WEEK extra cash seal h senweaSs .....,-yr:=hee.s iIM Nrm
Application to;The Presidential Lifelnsurance Company of America III for The Nurse Plan. a '
Chicago presidential Hospital
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I as If you had already said That rick*, M sa Nest 1.0 had AI .'awbwjsl.
'f I NRv0 l!t 1.rleC-U: ; covered all this time for :;;accMeat which ,;: -........ peed ... me aeon rwuswenes. he elee. If, Y ,

Ii NAME MIVStriMMprMt .' 3666-0-01 you in the( hospital even if you finally decide to return. ft.. bN--.nn11: ,:.."ee, vws" II rwerl.n.e mder.eeNA/ f if sf MMCL
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:f. ADDRESS I A However, after 'I.ea' the policy for yourself, pee wMi ftt, A
/1wtse ID.. surely agree that this tremendous value and you'll I want to Ye4 ace My w see/ eta asM g ee '"'_rgslwwwN Nee/
.CITY. HATE_ 'ZIP i iI continue this $100,00-A-WEEK. extra cash protection. eoeer Itr.::= ll.v ft
I t jjthe Plan that'a best for you. srwrywr geaM1 mew
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OCCUTATNNN"se Der.Yser. I II If you want to cover 'ourself-or yourself and one or aces 1. ,cr. ; ;:::1". ==- L
.. *- adult dependent (including your spouse) r-then this Is the .. ,... hi" .. eesieNel ,'I.I'.j[ tI.J:

I I I lliso Pleas hereby apply for coverage for the members of my 'family' listed, .beta: (DO. /NOT Include name that appears above.)' I Iq ( h,".Plan(per for person you.) the Each rats person applicable must "wltlr or ever her, and ate.aheM IrvTaT.ww. -11. :tomes--E 1 MM I'........;.ee R ..Iwt (} 'i',
list additional aanA'
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"$ I dependents on separate page : Where there are no dependents PLAN I la the meet ecenemkat .... & __ tf4
to choose. for a husband or wife (or both). 'II.. ........ ......... eIi'[""" ro.. '?:..,.
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NAME (Please Print) IULAnoHIIt4lf sEX Veer lie! I f 'J;JR esolesnbMmhMl1 JJtW ,
11-39 .. :
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,,40-49 .tl ,. . ..,. .. ,.. -rrte4. .Medal bases r aij eI 9 .TT f fje n1 ,
1ill' '1 ''j : 5099 ...* ,.. ..,.,:r.. rt....' ?.enlyl .w face.fee. a eeelttl _d It ,.*.. wU >i.. a* age*. ,.Neeli|..iiiTnil ..... ,': '. ,

$ 1O-74"h! 0', ,.,'", '., .." ..I entVH.*| iabesrangy wlMl Imsf, IOMO I mewahc!. ao*..amf f.: d A\
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75 and over ,.'. .'. .'. ., .,. ,t;.only RN '
.. PLAN M-MAUir KAN WITH MArMaWT'This :. /IRw A:- .MININq wlslliR II ,f AAi ...

'o! t t5'r 5 plan la for the family that I I. still growing. T*the total ef ;'fWIt.... la fete tfce f..flr *. M! sal ...?. ........, ,e .. i', .. ,t'
I the monthly premium for the adults to be Insured Just aM M.' total W the monthly premium tae the ..tt* to KIt. Mesaedj. ,). ,:
= ::wawsd:; OI-lndlvMueKs)Only plan. D 11-''' Plan WM maternity Q W-ramHy Plan WHtieut MatornHyDo entitles ..
This '' also' covers aH aIIN Wiah MM exceptiee ef eMMree. yietoejeoi .. I'U.iII( ;3. ..,

you carry other insurance with this Company? (11f"Yes"ple'MUst policy numbers),' V M l : : ,1NueesaSyser.a9e eft. .aesthe ucllt.en'.....,. \ t">p Nve aeeBt et oVMraa he.e, .}; ,"t'1;; ,

w Tt the best of my Knowledge and belief neither I nor any person listed above has, been rafused'any'! 'health,hospital or life jnsw- I -. r, AN ; .tJ.t
stn awe R I understand that I I. and any person listed above, win be covered under this Policy to any Injury or sickness I IM( )had ef' I 'I1I ... eapreebhswh==.rwI"wMai i. .r :'t

fort the Effective: Data of the Policy but not until it has bee In force for I continuous period of hw((2))years,and that this Policy t -=:r.- .. t

shall not be In force until the Effective Date shown. In the Policy Jchedule.fa.I enckslng. 25d for. the first month's. courage for. I Maw __ hoses-searse abawd l kswele
( me and all Other Family Members listed above ', ., ,,4sgntur s I .' .:;: sehea adWeanws, M w Awl se N .

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I tlPasa I Ii The Pneldeiitbl Life Iniuniwe Compaay ef Ariel (Bean erina eoeer -- anlijt eeiliha in. "
tattrswaa Chicago III) I. llceme.1 by Tour State and carries f.U legal gesrNa' ,I; flienlln a* out eeesTfWlrT* wiy we .aa yo* ..- .

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