The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 4, 1969


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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teens, were bound over to '
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Poppet alter baring been Jailed \
Monday on armed robbery
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DIES FROM FLAMES Bearer There two men said
r they were held up by men

r Monday night .
Gloria Jean Gibson, 19, living
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t- tenth grade student of
Teeter Street former
'RevenueDirector NAACP Ama) T'1'i the Eugene Butler High School.
Illinois 'With her doting the alleged
Infant Viable robberies was Miriam Witter-
Meetini ., 11, ion, 18, 2127 Mars-Venn
Court who stopped t in the
To Vlc..I.oa Omitted For Jin. 13fORK eleventh grade at New Stanton
/ Marian Anderson, worl .famollr star of the opera and concert stage, will be the featured Senior High School.
Tragedy reared its grim bead .. = Executive guest d conductor Donald Voorhee on "Eneoru from the Bell Telephone Hour/'Sunday, Victims o? the masquerading
,. again when searing licking Director, Roy Wilkins 'will January 19, 1969 over NBC Radio (6:30-7:00( plI. ET). la an Interview with Mr. Voorhees, robber were Harry Larson,
flames, snuffed out the life of report to the annual meeting of Miss Anderson recalls some of the highlight of her distinguished career "Encorei from 39, 119 West Beaver Street,
a Teeler Street baby girl Mon Returns Says IRS theNatlonal Association foe tilt the bell Telephone Hour" li presented each Sunday evening by the Bell System. and Frank Hartley! 51, S13
my-Sonya Advancement of Colored DewItt Street. In the darknessthe
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Allen II months old, !
People on the "state of the victims were not able to ,
5735.1/2 Teeler Street, died CHICAGO A federal grand'Jury Monday indicted Theodore NAACP" at the Park Sheraton Prominent' AMELeader distinguish as to the disguises -
after 1 a.m. lastSatarday,after A. Jones, director of the Illinois Department'of Revenue and Hotel here, Monday morning, Police Find Dead of the two. One of the girls
her small brother Michael a Chicago civic leader alleging Income tax evasion charges. January 13.'t was armed with a pistol.
.oldest of four children car Served
Mr. Wilkins will report on the Both victims reportedthaithey
Jones, the highest ranking Aid Commission! University
rled his brother Edward from Negro in Illinois State office,' ,of Illinois trustee, and general were accosted by the' two
house. Another Porch
the burning On
has been accused in a four- manager and senior vie president Posts Victims "bandits" and were relieved 1
brother Bernard, three years Many
count Indictment of falling to of a Chicago life Insurance of a total of $41 and extra
old escaped with slight
The children's mother, Mrs declare $18,'Iff on his federal firm. One of the most prominentrakers Items Fred Petty \
and Detective Sergeant
returns for the years, 19(1through Ha 1* also director In the MethodlApiMoopal '
had to Afrfcan
Helen Allen, gone Of Mother's HomeA and Kenneth Brown receivedthe"report'of
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occurred Loan ,
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The alleged Federal Saving
Croft take him mother hoc',of Mrs.Mrs.Albertha Allen- before Jones, 5$, was appointed of CbltaC,*witch be'' died ,Christmas, Atlantic Beach'resldent Day la the, A j1- man'Robert Head,'lpparenilypmt./berserk last, which were only about\ five I
taking, care of the children to the revenue post In 1987 by founded in 1950.'and Is a ,iVeterans Hospital in Lake City/ .Saturday night in Gainesville ud took the lives of both Ms minutes apart. 1
In the Allen home Mrs. Croft then Governor Otto Kerner. former heal of Abe Chicago, rl .following a brief illness. mother, Mrs. Josephine Stephens, and of his brother Captain Later one of the girl was
arrested in the area'of the
the covered of the National As
was also I taking care of thrNchndr.n During period by chapter White who was 50 years of Randolph Butler.Compl.t..d.tath. holdups the tame night and
Indictment Jones was a for the Advancement
the socuttion :
lived at 1700 Francis not Nelson
in her own home age, were notified by Mrs. Ruby was wearing men's clothing and I'
According,to Mrs Croft she member of the nitaois Public of Colored People Street, Atlantic Beach, with his available However, Head, Jr., sister of Head, lr., that be had slices. She had short hair. ,
had le It the house Later, while wife and five children lie was according to police in Jacksonville said be shot the two at the The second girl was arrested ,
in her own home see heard NAACP-FHA Present, St. Pete born OB September. 23, 191J, was bragging about his Gainesville home of his mother, Sunday and was taken into
Michael screaming and went ,ROrWILKlHS the son ct Mr. and Mrs James shooting the two, to friends in where h* lived. custody In her borne. Her '
out to investigate. She said became various activities of the Association ., a. Simmons, founder of the the Jacksonville area His Police earlier In the week had was similar.
running out of the house Family With "I.s'..' Hoase" during 1955 covering lit. plsgah AUK Church of remarks were relayed to the not determined the end time appearance
win his baby brother In his programs carried out by;the Atlantic Beach in 1927. police by friends. A teletypeto of the fatal shootings * *
arms Mrs. Croft said that, ST. PETERSBURG Tile was"conceived at an office several NAACP 1 The late Mr. White served as Gainesbllle brought Gainesville -
when she left, the beater was Tampa Insuring Office of the conference requested by Marvin. significant achievements departments,, president of the mass meeting police to the home Mrs.. Presbyterian Church's Top 1968
not burning and disclaimedany Federal Housing Administration membership and Income of AME Churches at the beach. Stephens; 704 SE Tenth
knowledge! as to what caused and the Florida NAACP figures, and highlights of branch He was active in his church, Terrace, at 1:50'I.m.. Sunday
the fire. Jointly annouaced that they acUca s. Be will also indicate a class leader, steward, choir morning. Story Relates To MinoritiesNEW I
Fir Marshal Henry Melter would play "Santa C1a..." by and activities member and Sunday Schoolteacher Mrs. Stephen's body and that
presenting a I bedroom 1-1/2 major programs YORK The decision to put a $. million stake into the
expressed the opinion that a for the 1969. For 17 years be was of her son, an Air Force captain -
match. In the hands of a child, bath home to a low-income The results year of the election of president of the state laymen's stationed in Tampa were economic development\ of America's racial minorities has been
Negro family of ten children ranked as the top United Presbyterian news story nf 1968.
was ignited. According to Mrs. i members of the Board of Directors organization of the church. found on a porch with several
Croft, firemen found the tot's 1 on Christmas Day in Bartow. L will also be announced ,Includes the 11th district, over .null caliber, bullet holt in The investmentprogram Presbyterian Board of National
body In the living room. This they did. 6 at the annual meeting.recent : which Bishop G.N. Collins each. They were later pro- tinted by the denomination's Mission's complete reordering
The frame b\a11d.Dlwu gutted The family was living In one presides. nounced dead at the, Abcbua 180th General Assembly and of priorities to deal with the
by flames. unit of a substandard two-bed Holdup White was by profession a General Hospital In Gainesvilleby currently being carried out by racial crisis.. The mission
Just recently three tiny room duplex. brick mason. He was a former Dr Robert Muller. the Presbyterian Economic agency voted to "take as its
children were burned to death. A.D. Fielding of the FHA said director of recreation for the Jacksonville_ police were also Development Corporation- primary order of business the
Their deaths were attributed to that be believes that hit Is the Of Kozy Corner( ,city's Dormer Park. H* also highlighted a "top ten" list of role of advocate on behalf of
faulty oil stoves and a short first times project Ilk. this headed the Greater Jacksonville Schooler news centered largely around the disregarded, alienated, and
circuit.. has been undertaken by an insuring ,P Economic Opportunity program High the nation's race-poeverty crisis. rejected minorities of our
The bouse, valued at $2,000 office MARVIN DAMES Mikes Total 41'TIle 1 .at Atlantic Beach and vice Stories related to'that nation." Board Investment policies -
was a total loss. This project Mr, Fielding I president of the Mayport Said' To Have crisis took the first four places the use of properties,
Davies, State"Field Director, fcoty Korner Stores haves Elementary School Parent on.the list and won five spots work of its staff, and Joint
Shoots Three Friends With NAACP, in which the manufacturer unique record, not held by any Teacher Association in the top six selected by the participation with other t
I Boy builder, mortgage other organization. Funeral services will be at Shot Over Pen staff of the Presbyterian Office gencles In race-poverty concerns
broker and the FHA staff were According Marvin, Ganson, 'Mt. Plsgah Friday, January 3, Information. were among the specific
"Rasty G.. After ArojaMeat represented "to fact, be said, owner of four Rosy Korner at 1 p.m ,with Geter and Baker MIAMIOnJanuuy3o,19(8, The $I million for loans to involvements named in the new
the entire project Including the stores in the area, this group Funeral Directors in charge Florida and'. the surroundingarea ghetto and other racial minority pollc,.
A broken pair of roller skates; police records, when a 14- ,"Santa Clans" Idea came for' of sundries dispensers bas been Interment will be .In Cosmo was shocked to learn of enterprise represents 30 l
laughter/and doubt that 1915101would 'year-old boy now In tilt the spokesmanfortneNAACP.." held up 41 times during the Cemetery.. the fatal shooting of a coed lathe per cent of the unrestricted * *
snoot, brought serious Jvvtnilt Court facility, Fielding stated that this was past four years Jackson High School of Investment funds of the denominational -
injuries to a 16-year-old boy, questioned his young friends record time for processing and Last Saturday night was the Eastside 6JEO Miami by another coed, In ore boards and, Buys In DC.
Ronald Copeland, 1210 Jackson bout his broken roller ikates. erecting of a tame In this area. forty-first incident within the of the balls of the school agencies. Loans d about $1.5
Street, intensive ward car to According to Detective Sergeant However, be noted, that the business life of the Kosy Korner Receives s2S OOO On January SO, 1988, Blanche million have been authorized SH1NGroAuoe1at.
his brother, Bruce Copeland. 'M.R Kemp and Investigator "Santa Clau project could not setup At that time Miss Brenda Ward, 17, was charged with thus far. Supreme Court 'Justice
14, as well as a bullet wound W.X Beacham the have been completed without Folsom, 18, 1341 West 10th New Allocation first degree murder after the Second-ranked in individual Thargood Marshall basTHURCOOD
in ibe arm for another young arrested youth was playingwlth the assistance of the NAACP, Street a student at Florida death of Linda Llpscomb. stories was the redeploys
ster, Willie J. Hurls, 11, US' the other .teenager when hit 1 local Barton building officials, AIM university,was hit on tilt The Eastslde Center of CJEO Almost a year since Blanche: of overseas personnel of the
Oak: Street. skates were damaged. State Road Department and his head by a bandit la the holdup will receive an appropriation Ward, who first entered I plead church to work In a number of
This pre-New Tear'. II1D1U- Apparently in a spirit of anger, FHA staff,There was a feeling of the store at 3611 Moncrlef of 'Z50 000 for I communityexperimental Innocence of first degree crisis cities of America. Approximately -
fatality: started, the young boy, whose nam among all persons involved!that Road. service murder, changed contention 70 persoas, RY
bas not been given,went home, they were participating in a Miss Folsom a holiday employee program. to guilty of muslaugberln the including missionaries,
** ** got his pistol and returned to worthwhile 1 cause, he said. at the store, wutr.ated"at Dr. W.W. Schell, Jr., chairman Circuit Court here Monday. fraternal workers,and officials
the 3000 Block of Magnolia Tb Nick"aYe bedroom St. :Like' of tile board of directors Presiding Judge Harold Vans of overseas churches came tome
Fund Street where the,other. ...were, I model is a duplicate of th*home released. of GJEO, made the announcement -, ordered a pr..nteoc.lanlU. country from Africa, Asia
United playing....balL dedicated several days ago by There were several customers following approval of the gation for the girl, but failed to and L&t1IIAmerlcltobrqtheir
Tot youth demanded to know President Johnson la Austin, in the store at the time 9:25 allocation by Mayor Tansler. set a date for sentencing own eiprlenc and xprtls
Aids U.L. Aid who broke Us skates. Then nt Terse;:Th* home was plant p.m. The amount of cash taken The medic said tile funds will Reportedly,. the girls were to bear in the union reverse
is reported to bav1 drawn a; manufactured in sections and was not determined. be usedlosaattempttediscover arguing over a ball point pen. missionary project.
pistol. The young boys, doubt delivered on site for traction However, brief l occurred the needs of the disadvantaged Following the shooting; the Rated third amohg the year'sevents
ing that the firearm was real,' by SAM IndastrUs of 8t when a police car pasted on the' and to aVnlf programs to meet death weapon was never fount was another cash
Clara While MissionThe broke into laughter and chided Petersburg. way to an accident. ,DOM needs. Lockers,, were found holding Investment la race and poverty
him, saying "That_old rusty Th modular concept unit Is According to Mr*. ,Agnes At this meeting plans were nothing.' w&rk: The General ..mUf"*
/ United Fund of JacksooVU1 gun won't shoot 1 ,approved under !tie Southern :Harper IOU Talledega Road, outlined for requesting! more Rosales Hurt, 18,testified that decision to pat 1100,000 Into "
bas allocated $1.888,151 As a result the teenager shot! Building Cod*.. B also looks cashier, the men returned after than $3,000,000 for otter units, she gave a razor blade to Miss the Martin Letter King Jr. MARSHALL.
to Us 46-member agencies for Ronald Ha'shad Braot not, Ilk a conventionally built boo** the car passed Care brought inch u the Legal Aid Law Llpscomb. However, sa* Poor People's DevelopmentFund. virtually completed, negotiations -
1969 according to Charles D. Then he shot Willie Jal.ett his and sell for approximately a baby rattle.Mr .. ,ciation. further said she never saw the The Assembly acted on for purchasing* home lathe
Towers, Jr., pr.. f9t. arm. $11,000 including lot and other *. Barbara Hardy, 1730 ;lot Gibson executive director blade In the dead girl's band a proposal by !tot Rev Ralph exclusive Lake Barcroft
Among recipients arrtheCon According to Patrolman\ E.L 1 costs and can ,bo purchasedfor Rest 17th Street, said she of the JOIC, revealed that 193 daring the argument. At preliminary David 'Aberaathy, who suggested 'community ,la Fairfax County
White Mission, 113,000 Shiver, Ronald was-reported u a $ZOO down payment with attempted to call the police but unemployed or underemployed hearing before it a* ameani spurring Virginia, near the nation's
the Urban League, $80,017, the paralysed by., the .38 caliber mortgage payments of approximately was stopped by oat gunman., residents have secured better Juvenile Court Judge Slgney self-help business and housing .- Th* Fairfax County
TJCA. "',111 and the TWCA bullet. $50 a month. Tat 12member -. Mrs., Harper give the moneyat prograa. H* Weaver, Public Defender Tom adtrtaklif among the and of Supervisor adapted
169.371. The three were treated la family was the first command. However, Miss ,exvtrthat more than Peterson introduced a claim nation's poor. Money for the a resolution welcoming bill to
Towers, said "This year'scampaign Devil Medical Center at first.: family approvvd In the Bartow Folsom was struck whenfalllng, 450) Recognition was given to of self defense for the girl contribution cam from the' the couty. ,The five-bedroom
brought la I reasonable Ronald, paralysed, was transferred area under section 235 Interest to obey order All others were' ,the death of Rev. E.U Malnor Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. eastch' annual Find for house is being purchased from
.., increase in find" to Baptist Memorial supplement of the 1961 Housing ordered to the back of th*store, and d. Feiix ,White, both late James Ward mi NW Oth, Freedom offering. Mr. and Mrs. John W.Stanley,
****'** Hospital Act. The ..rattle wasleft, behind. ,GJEO board members. were also present. Ranked No. 4 was the United resident ,of. Clearwater Fsu


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"la' the Flortda'Star Publishing Company THE TIME OF BT WBTTKiT. YOUNG JR.,


was a year of bitterness and a year of hope; a year of old

YHOTZlH Ail '1ft IN COMMUNITY hatred, and I year d new' beginning S.
\ RESPO 5/B/L/ry The year w11l forever be muted bJ the tragedy of Dr. Martin

: r Lather King Jr.'s .....1Dst1 I. That aw/ul event, coupled with
of Senator
NEGRO P TIONAL the equally arseless and tragic assassination Robert
Kennedy will put 1966 Into f the history books as a year d nattoml
1baZIII. 'The hatred that snuffed out the lives of these peat

Americans was also evidenced less blatant ways.
'A mood of vindlcttveneis settled on the nation.Congress ignoredits
responsibilities to !the 30 million poor people to the country
ERIC 6. 5IHPSIN.IIANA.'IN8 EDITOR by continuing to deal with the problems of the poor and the cities

In piecemeal, ineffective fashion.
IILOA '8Dn ...C;ICILITlO. MANAKft 98 9 The election campaign was fought in a way that focused on
people's>> fears and their Innate bigotry. Attacks on the court and

coda phrases like "law and order"replaced rational discussion
2323 MORCRIEF ROAD about bringing Justice! for all. While George Wallace's candidacy

ADDRESS failed to garner as many votes u the press and his supporters
NONE 354,HI2 MAILING expected, this may have been hollow victory, for the very fact

of his candidacy gave a legitimacy and respectability to racism.Pohulxatlca .

P.O. BOX 5S9! JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Increased as communication between tilt races
broke down at crucial moments many places. Too many white
people reacted with irrational hysteria to toe demandsfor Justice

32201 from the ghetto, and too many black people neglected to see tilt

5111 Importance of maintaining! ties to their potential allies anoig! .
the majority; of decent white Americans. <5 |

,PIONE 51'311 Bat 1968 brought, along with pain and frustration, some en- 1.?
I couraglng signs\ of hope.In ,;

: SUBSCRIPTION RATE March, the National Advisory Commission! on Civil Disorders
delivered Its blistering condemnation: 'of"white racism,"placing

Qn _Year( $flO-Half fear, |7 00 Mailed To You the Responsibility for riots on the discrimination tad neglect

Anywhere In The United( States d white-run institutions.
Subscription Partly because of this report, and partly u a r.&poIIII1o the
livable In
\ Advance
'. assassination of the leaders
of JC1n
shock Dr. some manyof
Send Check Or Money /.-der 1'Q: FLORIDA ST $_ ..O.Bo. 5&!! the most powerful Institutions begantoquestlon! their relevance
a awL
JAKSOJMLLE FLORIDA A 32201 in our changing society. In many cases, this soul-searching has

led to the fornutrjt of new positions: ,andnew Interest In bringing
about social change.
Another recoil of tbe shocking events of last year was the
I I passage-finally an open housing law. Like other major civil

| BY NEGRO PRESS INTEENATIOAL rights! laws, It will be only as effective u Its enforcement, but
the fact that open housing is now the law of toe and Is a major
In days of yore, It was believed that people "naturally" fought ...............................4lr..r..l.......................l..q step! forward.

to fulfill! their desires and advance their ambitions. Religion'sjob But perhaps the most significant result of the year's events was

was seen U controlling, channeling, and redirecting man's i YOUR WEEKLY I the realisation that mere passage of laws wont assure Justice;
selfish tendencies. and a share of the nation's prosperity for black people Important
An example of wbat morality used to mean Is found 10 the as civil rights laws are, they only give people rights other
Biblical commandment, "Thou stall love they neighbor as .. ... ,\ Americans have taken for granted for 200 years. They hope:-
thyself." Implicit in tbat&ommaDclmen111 the notion that people I fectly assure rights, not results It'. small consolation to a

basically love themselves. Toe commandment appears to set > penniless nan to be told he finally has the right to eat la luxury
.1f.loYlu the standard by which we should love others. .i HOROSCOPE GUIDE I Ia restaurast hi the South.

Today, our notion of morality has turned ups1de-clcm1.lDstead : ; 1988 marked shift away from seeking laws that assure rightsto
of being admonished to love others, we are told that we are in :, ., : demands that the real power In our society be slaved With

dire need of self-love. "Old-fashioned" religion with its concent- calls for black participation in the economic institutions of the
about man's relationship to his neighbor Is out of style; : t' ghetto, sharing of political power, and community snaring In the
; =
To be' moral" today, one should be militarily self-regarding: ly i : \ ; control of the schools,we have moved Into the realm bf contesting

with a vengeanceAnd not for crumbs from fie table, but for the substance of power.
strange to say, many of as seem to need this updated "
; The events clIMB have madeclear that,to assure Its survival
'version of me Biblical commandment, as the very self-love our WHICH ARE YOUR .LUCKY'DAYSFOR '' America must admit black ,
difficult to : : ;. :, i citliens and other minorities to their
ancestors took for granted Is becoming increasingly ,, / full share of power and Its responsibilities.
come by, at a time when people are going all out to please ,

,tbemsieves as never before I AN INCREDIBLE YEAR
We live In a period when our cultural emphasis! is on self-ful .

fillment, "doing one's own thing," charging one's lonely way to .
The following 1s a letter directed to theeditor of me FLORIDA
his destination In We, and developing pride in himself and his ,
BUSINESS-LOVE-TRAVEL : STAR as a "Contemporary in Humanity( ," and bears !the
.group signature of Publisher Ralph E. McGUl d the Atlanta Constitution. -
ipdee4.'boob ,have been written on the reputed virtue d belnl111'YOAi11 tilts............................................tt1....ttbN4............ : Kr: McGill is' chairman the Special Committee on
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\ rt the' Negro community, the emjihsjU;: Is on recog- ." 7.
t .lWI rDf 'blackness, the glory of the Negro, past, :- V "' !u tea atI k,,< ,;3 *:M 'I'" ",*:>,.. of Mass Human.Media: ,of,the President's. Commission for (the Observance
andh9 Black t' ARIES, rURRA' Rights of J9M.iThe STAR prints this letter because
of achievement.YeV .
splendor : I hs "
MICH I JJ 'CAPRICORN, d its bearing upon what lb'. McGill has termed, "an Incredible
enough efforts to promote beliefIn "' ,
; oddly desplte'1D our 'DRN'MAICN jt't"' ." ,
; 'ourselves and in our worth, we cannot escape a cultural BORN LDHCJOLT BORN' 'I SEPT.. lOll BEC.22il ,ear To a (Contemporary in Humanity
;self-hate milieu in, and which self-destruction.the most crucial, problems are self-doubt, 21st APRIL 11th 22"' hid 23rd OCT., 2
It seems that the more one tries to love himself, the more he' Accord, not discord. B can be Take tile safe way. If you have may be love. Romance not It take two. While there are another departure sense to Paris it is to a head very personal one. On the eve of his

will end up, hating hlmsalf. (It's something like a pot on the stove so much easier to explore new acquired the kind of ahome that always ushered in to the sound no qualms about individual meeting with !that from Hanoi our country's negotiating team
-the longer It'. watched, the longer It apparently will take for avenues of agreement than to suits the other members of the of sweet music.Ithuoftenbeen ability to succeed and to cash asked Ambassador at Large W, AvereUHurimaa
me to assist In a Comulwlon c b would
the pot to boll.) flounder alone on separateroads family besides yourself, do not evoked by the sight of twopeople In substantially therefrom, It have as Its the nation
The npstiot of our never-ending efforts to cater to our egos is that often lead to some make the mistake of sacrificing meeting wader rather unusual should be recognised that the Rights Tear and purpose the making of Human more aware of Human

an ever-growing plague of the very opposite of what we seek: unwanted place. This should be it to satisfy what may turD out circumstances and belaboring signs now visible are more of a if he wished refuse meaning that Rights. None could even
We declare our love for ourselves...and reveal only our loathing the thought that both parties to to be a misguided ambition. As each other mercilessly. And declaration of Intention! thaa an all so well., good and patient man who has servedus

d the emptiness end meanlnglessness of our lives a dispute should bear in mind far as the financial angles are then first thing yon know, they accomplished fact., Don't let An IncredtBle year has come to a close.
We make it our business to advance our own cause.. and before making Irrevocable and, concerned each other and
there should be are kissing this throw yon for the simple The election has been held President-elect Richard )(, Nixon
discover: how much our energies are really being used in sometimes, regrettable complete satisfaction with the making up. But there may be reason that It may not be necessary and Tics President Humphrey have met and to
mutually pledged
defeating our purposes and destroying what we havi produced, decisions Love,friendly advice terms given or received If anybody some obstacles to overcome to wait any longer than do all they can to promote national
We "do our thing", .and learn to our dismay that the accomplishment and good sense all Join in recommending tries to go beyond what before being able to take the 15 or more days to really Mr. Nixon has called at the White unity'and' been welcomedat

we had thought to be so original and purposeful : positive and bene- appears to be a reasonable trip,) down the aisle and being deliver. Either necessary cashIs the door by President Johnson
Pledges of all possible
Is really trite and useless clal Judgments sad actions. limit, the whole deal could be showered with the' traditional' not forthcoming, or somebody assistance: for efficient
So we go to the opposite extreme of self-abnegation, finding Hopes are at peak, and there called off to everybody's dis' rice It the chances do Improve.' at the top is not quite Mr. Nixon's an task transfer of authority were made.
that equally unsatisfying, for It is no more fulfilling to deny is no reason why they should advantage. In any event, do not as well they can, it may not ready to make tt possftle for bring the nation major will be, u be himself has said, to
oneself for others than It Is to live for oneself. not stay there unless they are together. problems are many. They are
primarily shut the door tight, for another be till after mldmonth before you to act or benelt from heavy. They cannot be
What then Is the out of this dilemma How deliberately dashed to thegroaadbyiacoatrollabl resolved or ameliorated save by the
way ? can one avoid and perhaps,better opportunity this aa be slated for sure, earnest endeavors. assistance of all those
the pitfalls of both trying too bard to love himself and giving to reach a more favorable ton- Interested in the common causes of
himself away to others? temptirs or emotionalism elusion may again arise 'I'IOIl'ICT. AQBARIIS I oar country and of humanity. A thread common Inmost of

The answer lies In the "golden mean" of rejecting both the these problems, domestic and International involve,
hedonistic extreme of narcissism and the ascetic extreme of TABRISBIIN LEO.BORN BORN !IAN.. degree, human rights the human condition..
self-lessness 2411 : NOV.. 22fci The United Nations last year asked that In 1988 an peoples

We need to recognize and respect our basic desires for APRIL IILY22H It'. 2011 FEB. lit! around the world attempt In some way to point out observe,
pleasure friendship and honor But rather than Alt. 22U an omen. With Mercury commemorate, and advance human rights tte dignity of the
power, merely .2lli, MAY 2ltl still going retrograde, what It only a sign.Even nothing individual, the human being.
devoting our lives to indulging these desires wantonly, we need comes out of what appears be
to be
to learn that genuine self-fulfillment results from sharing what Efforts are lost. Although it It's good enough. Even though seems coming to pass may This i turbulent year of progress,tragedy,violence,and decision: ,
available be more of than an exceptionally promising development 'bas
that Is now a ; like
the support a ct eflll
we have with others. may seem ss if you have been copy reader, IlllderlCOl'ld with a heavy hand,
this is
moral don't reality. But it should not be no positive tile
be purely DIed for
may a rededication to human
And conversely we should recognize that wasting time energy and effortin rights
an undisciplined indication that an
sufficient hopes
for your
bid scorn it. It could very well be cause anyone to The Commission earnestfl
pursuit of glory and power will only produce the frustration. a futile for supremacy, and have to dead J bespeaks your ssnc. Wfllyou,
that the one giving It, due to throw his arms up In the sIr and plans come a u broadcaster,
defeat, anxiety, and heartache that trouble so many of.. Instinct may be whispering la unavoidable circumstances! as despair of the final results It end. B simply means that lilt one who In commentator Publisher, editor columnist, or
The Biblical command, In Its simplicity, points up, tile inter your ear that this Is lotiO.Tbe it discovered.' Thereis is fairly obvious, when looking good fortune that has your address = clvWIaUoiI'any need manner addresses tilt PubUcU attention to

relatedness of the self-love and love of others we need to timing is wrung or there are nothing to be gained through ahead, that outcomes will be as is being held up long national, and international for insistence on human rlchts local,'
develop The precept Is not Just "Love is matters that have been overlooked for levels? Will you make SM d Ito
thy neighbor"; nor contention, legal or otherwise, hoped for, and perhaps/ even enough something else of Universal Declaration
our love for ourselves the that must be found and Human Rights u a guide forcer
emphasis equal importance to catch
to be for those who sit back op
And tf a planned trip has uplraUCIII? The
price eI
The command in Its entirety Is: "Thou stall love thy taken car of. The game is far, postponed, instead of finding patiently and learn how to wait, with U. Just check and find one that none likes to faUare to .atablilb'human rlPlIlI t
from lost since have better contemplate.
neighbor as thysett"NPI you fault it be a mattter of at least until past mldmonth. out if there Is something you We :
than two more weeks to seek may nspectMJ ask of you this contribution.Enclosed to ssslst
the and to thanking the stars for keepingyou There: always is the risk, may have overlooked, and set you, are some current materials. '
missing pieces put -
Writer have because. of the about putting all the pieces in
limes' CkrtstesfeerCebBbss them In the proper place. B away from what any stimulating presence
turned out to be dangerous sit- of ,Mars In the rising the right places with patience
submit to a feeling of discouragement Sincerely
For Nsllessl Vielesce yon uations. Harmony on the domestic solar house, that some will and concentrated attention Or ,
or the Impatient front may be somewhatmore plunge headlong In some rather it may be a matter of not listening
of assocmtafwho
urging would
: difficult to maintain.. It dangerous adventure Justlohasten to bad advice: meddling
WASHINGTON (NPI) Those who profess to be dismayed throw In the sponge, you wouldbe .
the "violence" could be that action to correct things.op>> a bit, inhurs, or the propaganda mills '
by taking over our nation may be overlooking serving the interests of your which are working over'everywhere Ralph E.,McGUl
the tact that American history has been fun of violence since competitors rather thaa! your a long-standing problem theremay .' AtlantaCaost1tttlm

thai fateful day la 14a when Christopher Columbus. landed in own. Many a battle has been be taken. WITIARIIJ There is nothing la the world today.with

toe new world. lost because the last ounce of VIR6IIt'll .1111'In" notions to travel,wrong or study (H air man. Special CommitteeEnclosirsn
Interracial hostility old stuff In this country. Those who get strength was not used Just at bat wait on Mass Media

upset about Negro rioting my forget that white Americans. the right,moment.ilrnN. Jill'III.. 23ri IEC. 21st ,

loot rioted against Orientals, KecrOtl.U14 members of their, Sr' '. SUl.,2.. ,
, own group, u wefl. PISCES Statement lIT Pr.Ideat-e1tct Nixon
B adds up. As soon as one '
t Today's race riots are the offshoots of slave revolts which vera 'NIP" be back. Something looks takes for 'IIIIEI.1t Ixcerpt from RaM Tape s, hcow
a person or thing ::
exceptionally good, perhaps in Statement by :
\ a part of American history even before the noted State was'founded SymposlaA Home
list .' me 21st the way of a Job promotion, or "'granted, something usually develops : ,. Nil, 11th'It's : Leifet-Poster aG human Rights Year,
to show us the error of
Gabriel Prosser, in 1100; Denmark Testy, In 1813; and Nat'Turner I'. a promise lateresdageao. of alary could But In >that our ways. Doa't be deceived by a guide. Although what THIS '
everything, he
f la 1911. all engineered slave revolts that did not via WEEK ,IN NE6RO HISTORY
II t u., conversations, orprospects they, somehow,are elndlngyourgrasp. appearances and assume that transpired last month does not
the black Us freedom but
1\ moan nevertheless shook wattepeoples
are there maintain This is not an occasionfor ,yon have won someone's affection necessarily Indicate: me pattern *". 1.. ISM: Haiti received Its independence 'from rruce.Jua. .
? faith and optimism. There are abandoning an hope and have had wish granted, for the rest of me year It may ,
\ But even Gabriel Prosser was not the first to lead a block periods, as well you may have or, claim anything at all untilthe be fairy significant as-to what .
, taking the dim view regarding I, 1'82 African '
uprising. Between 1M3 and 1864, 109 separate slave revolts discovered hi the past when DIe future. Perhaps/ something I ban game or whatever yon ,to expect thlllIOIIth. Thkeyoa United states.: "". trade,was officially ended In the' ,

occurred hi this country. Daring a massive slave BprlslngiaMwnrfrCir there Is more to be galledwaIeg by better Is on the it l are waiting for is over There cue la connection with the Joint
. / m 1712. several whites were shot and buildings wayamay
1 than by taking precipitate store and throw out '
be'J<<* good fortune to are disappointments economy policiesthat Aa I, 1113
set afire before order was restored. : The 11IIIIIc1pauoa Proclamation freeing the ala,.
actt. Someone who Is
find out after nUdmonth./ Consequently ( for those who have ailed to ao longer fit the bffi nortee wu Iss.ed by Drestdent '
Whites aavealsocommltW their share of yloUnceoothsgslnstthemselves devoted to have the Abeahaa, LIIIcoII., .
and others. you may keep on working and take such possibilities Into ae-' -u.." Savings or lost: '
: same advice to offer f B you acting u tt yon had carried coat and who have gone on the, meat programs should ha fan. J, 1M. _
: Naerolel
Daring Rebellion 17M. a group of hard-pressed poor Bicm VIr Pauter"'co1C1111d, 9oliticlan
have! be sure to' to -
say doubts, off the grand prune and retainaftcxtldauee assumption that things were brought lIP date to d 1aa'lreat.r and soldier
brmers hi the, western part of ***MtriTetts, resentful Hat ssk before Dora m Eugland, "
you deep .bosnd anticl'pated. yield wltioitJeopardising
to out u -
regardless of come r'IL'
the tax laws the stats .... aWmder- "
passed by legislature courts flMllttts "'I emsa This :
re&law anything or anyone. There maybe A friend'on whom you safety. may :, ilza:
tad prevented any Justice from being standIng, or aspirationm counted not be to require" s..&W advice from CIII aI of LiLirf4 wed 'isles--0Idest
BOOM difficulty about tax, any ready ,
The anti-Catholic riots of the 1840s sad the 1830s were capped logos .AIr "' "
br m evidence tobe banking cr Insurance Batters ) sar the word. Bo tt could also absolutely reliable sources and tt"" .... .,"' 1J"\Io, '."' ," ".
a .
>particularly bloody outbreak: in Philadelphia the city of ..
altogether... emotions too, which may have to be looked jbe JOB because of a reluctance not ,from fly-by-alfM operator laD. i. 1111 Abp> .
Love fa 1r44. bloayd ? ha
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MTIilll., UlliiT 4, 1111 mi rmit RACE 1I

I University Of Texas In Austin Names Negro To Full Professorship In History;.

A FAMU' Queen Dr. Hesry Allai Islilck Sr. .
Tuskegee Gets Processing Unit Dr., KaysWfruCollege ,

Will Take Over Job Neat Fill .
AUSTIN, Tens-(NPO-The appointment I of the first Negro
to a permanent faculty petition u the University: of Tau la
gftlMt M e jJdt 0> litftfritio.1GRAMBUNQ Aastla, wu innoonetd recently. Dr. .,
esa4a4 ry j a ku accepted full-time appointment

... -"Let. U and soclolorv..
plijlhe4DetIrIlM1uM lOt Integrate or segregate ourselves Dr. Bullock wu previously center ofshtdyof NegreoiQfare;
out of existence," Dr. named visiting professor In the but a research center urea,"
Benjamin E. Mays, president nlverslty's history: department Goetxmann said.
emeritus of Morehtwse College to teach a new course on "The The Black professor, who has
in Atlanta told an overflow Negro In America' next spring taught in Texas Southern since i
audience at Grumbling College. His appointment u a regular 1950,,"is a first class scholar !
daring a convocation u a partof faculty member will become In a field of crucial importance
'. r.r-NrYrY the observance ot Education effective nest fall. Re will be ," Dr. Goetxmana said., ,
'Week on campus.Dr. the third Black teacher at theDiversity. The history chairman slid Dr.,;

Mays, Morehoun president Bullock will add "an interdisciplinary -\
for S7 years and recipient/ Special courses In bl-llngual. dimension to the
of honorary degrees from 23 and bl-cultural: education were history department" with his
of the nation's leading anlver- 1 r 1"'Vj d M.fie' Mt up at the university after 'soclo1o and history: training.
*attics, received standing ovations .y v llefcbllcaa candidate tor Dr. Ivan BeDcnap, chairman I
at the beginning and end Governor Paul Eggers at of the sociology department;.
this address. l'P.. WlchltaFallsvlgcrooslystressed said Dr. Bullock will be lutramen -. ,
The educator said he was bona the1 need In his campaign al"la helping develop "a
with race pride and that Ills this fall. strong program in comparative -r
TUSKEGEE RECEIVES DATA PRO back system during formal acceptance cere- reflected! every time he sees Four years ago, the university education" In the department.Dr. I
CESSING UNIT-Dr.L.H.Foster,(right) monies Dec. 13 at Tuskegee. The School of accomplishments of members selected Dr. EniD S. Perry Bullock was one ot 10
president of Tuskegee Institute,and Mr.C.S. Engineering will use the system,' given by of his race. "Because of ctrConstances -' u an assistant professor of speakers In the university de., (
I I Reischmann, manager of Humble Oil Company's Humble,to support electrical engineering and In which Negroeshave engineering Be was the first partment's lecture series 1hII'I' I,I

Southeastern Exploration Division, computer courses. The equipment presents a had to live, the achievements Negro chosen on the faculty ,fall devoted! to/'TheNegroJn
discuss potential uses of analog data play graphic picture of the earth's structure. of black people have of any formerly white university American Hlatory.: ."
> always motivated me months* In the south. His position does Before Joining Texas

TillS U. Prof the accomplishments of white not have permanent status,. Southern's faculty, Dr. Bullock
Albany I Administrators people," Dr, Mays said. however taught at Dlllard University, ,I
Dr. Mays said he takes pride George Washington, Jr., a and Prairie View Aftlf. \I
Is Hosored ly la Negro Institution, Negro Black attorney working towarda A native of Taboro,ho received
businesses Negro churches and doctoral degree, was named a bachelor degree In social=
I; : .g.. ;>..> Stvdeit Body the Negro press. "They did not F teaching associate In the science from Virginia Union.
f rii- get that way because of black JUts Rosalyn Camllle fiwayie daughter of Dr..and Mrs B. American studies program.,, University and master' and
; Texas Southern University power or the recent emphasis Swayn of 2222 Lyndhurst Drive, Raleigh, N.C.,has been elected Hie selection of Dr. Bullock, doctoral degrees in sociology :
r paid tribute to one ot its own on blackness," he added. Miss Scabbard and Blade for the 19U-C9 school year by the chairman of the sociology department from the University of Michigan.
here recently with a reception "It you wonder why I have cadets of the BOTC unit at Florida Aill University.Scabbard and the division ot .
honoring Dr. Otto B. Ramsey chosen this strange topic, it la and Blade la a military fraternity for advanced cadets. Miss social sciences at Tens In Houston, Dr. Bullock servedon
professor and Acting Bead of: because Negroes la general Sway.- U a freshman English Major at FAMU and Is a 19M Southern University, Houston, the mayor's crime com
\. 'the university's Department of need to know what is happening graduate of Llgon High School Raleigh. "represents our, Intention of, mission on homicides. Be has
Foreign Languages and Literatures. to them,' he said. everything building a strong program" on served ob the Tens advisory
Dr. Ramsey has Just goes from black to white, what First Negro Nailed To Staff the role of the Negro in committee for the UJS.. Civil
t :_ .J been named to the Board of happens to black churches,, America,Dr.William H.Coeta- Rights Commission.

Dr.'Thomas Miller Jenkins, president ot Albany State College, Advisors of La 1J 1"ralda4lD. .black banks, black schools and Of Hircoirt Irate Aid World mann, history department In 1961, wasnamedalClnnie
made three appointments recently designed to seek greater teramerlcana, which is located the black press,? he asked.. chairman, said.. "We already,, Stevens PIper. professor Be

support for the school. William E.Newsome, left, the college's in. Saltillo Coahulla, Mexico. For many, Integration means' Bareourt, Brace ft World,me., College in Augusta a D.D.S. have a substantial collection was an Earhardt: Foundation
academic counselor, Is now director of alumni affairs and deaaof Dr. Ramsey has been a going from black to white and :one of the nation's largest book in 1941, and u US. from the of books" fellow at the Universityof
men. Ernest Everett, center, bead of the new Office of' member of the faculty at Texas that nothing that Negroes have and Journal publishers University of California in 1944.He "The American studies program ) Michigan and twice has been
Development, will develop sources of financial support and will Southern for twenty years. He built Arlll be of service in an announces the electloncdDenletA. { hu lectured at Howard intends to become, at awarded General...... Education I
'seek to build a general acceptance of the Institution, u well u received the Doctor of JIh11oIo.111 integrated society, he said. Integration Collins u one of its direct University, Georgetown least for the region, not only! : a fellowship.

help to provide more students of the kind the college seeks. \ degree from Lt Unlversl la specific areas such ors.;! Dr. Collins is the first University, add the Stanford ,
Cornelius Grant 1s now dean of students. Be is a native of dad Interamerfcana in 19M. as housing, churches, schools, Negro to become a director ota Medical Center. Dr. Collins is ,
Jacksonville and holds a Bachelor's degree and an LL.B degree Be holds the master of arts and higher education nearly. major publishing house In the the author of a book published
from FAMU. Be will also direct student activities. Be wu once degree from Columbia University always means going from blackto United States His Interest In by Doubleday u well u the
a law librarian at FAMU and an instructor on the faculty of law. and the bachelor of arts whin. It Is never the reverse, :educational publishing Is of longstanding author of more than twenty Now: pure relief for
Newsome Is an Albany graduate He is also a graduate with degree from Howard University. he said explaining that everything deriving not only from monographs He hu been consistently
a Master's In Science from Fort Valley College. Everett Is agraduate Be has also studied at the white and Idegraledlsnd :Ms own professional career but active in educational dry problem skin
ot Hampton and of South Carolina State. University of Madrid In Spain. always best. "Let us Identify: : also from his service in chic social, and civil rights organisations.
Members of the faculty and ourselves more a.acImor. with affairs Dr. Collins wu a He hu been a director VASaiNE*PETROLEUM JELLY rives your
I Giry's Mayor Hatcher Says staff, friends and former things black people have built member of the California State of the California Board of skin the richer moisture It needs for
students of Dr. Ramsey came with their brains, sweat and Board of Education from 1964 Health, the San Francisco protection from chapping, from dry
to offer congratulations, tears. Let u not get swept off to 1988.tDr. '. NAACP and the National ihjr-gray skin. To keep your skin
.Mll.tir.SM ,Nitioi's' Cirso', ..or'WAsnBG'toN' twishesjand pralae t*Jhe : 1a.,:.'.oar feet by. the glamour ot an', Collins wu born la South''"1. i.I ie'.''MtRrr "I'"'* : "'Pit oft,younger looking ?,
tlnguuhed professor.. Texas integrated society, be said Carolina in 191S. He received on gen
+jrFQdbenatisn'6t.wvhegtuwatda' *
military solution"to the problem''of social i dlsorganlsaUofl m Southern President Granvllle Be told GrambUng students aa A.B. degree from Paine **** ** vine Petroleum'Vaseline Jelly ,
that there U substitute for
Marvin Crlf no
Sawyer and JUvji
according to Cory's Mayor llIchatd..htr.Mdrtl.1nr You little
//.lIlIrbu pay a
fin, chairman of the board of academic excellence and well
the National Com said "But no one has the rightto directors of I TSU, who were trained, disciplined minds CENTER other more brand than for of

mission on the Causes and block a street, throw"bottle not able to attend reception, This is a competitive world petroleum jelly... !
.Prevention Violence. Hat-: or a rock, (or) seine i college sent letters of congratulations' and the man at the bottom 144 N. MYRTLE AVf H f HMMCrOMUINI < but your skin U
jcher developedwhat be said war administration building. The university's Faculty Forum catches the most h.o." h. worth itf I
'a change In the public attitude It is absolutely Imperative presented Dr. Ramsey a added.At 79'.
toward Black people., asserted, for cities to make It certificate of achievement "in the end of his address, Dr.
Five years ago, slum Negroes clear that dissent will be tolerated recognition of scholarship, R.W.E.: Jones, GrambUng pre. A Repent Special.
were seen u victims of their but that violence will educational contributions and sld vet, presented Dr.' Mays I WHITING I

environment, he said. beget down. professional growth.,." with a plaque .on behalf of the ..39
But, now, they are viewed u college. LARGE ROE MULLET I

assailants and aggressors Scieiley lea I istries GiveI C.pIU,.datMeyp.rtAQuintet ,,, ,,
"the, black Viet Cong In the .. "
b.11'sr ti e STB e '

nation's The Gary midst mayor." said" be wu $5,000 Te Iii',I ,... Itlo. : .f" Urge Flounder !

u much concerned u anyone LB.59'A i
For a second year the Belie mlay organisation has made a '
lawlessness Drum Sheepshaslle
else about "
contribution of$5,000 to the Hall anal Business League,according -
ot rent gouging vermin infestation Brunt iNinutii TwttMiiSpKkliiTmt ,
to an announcement made by Her! ]teley G,.Burrell,NBL president, I .,
credit rackets, unry, lack, Installment of water following the League's annual co Dventlon held recently la Clove I BRAND HEW I C Spanish e Aloe' Maektril Fish a CQt I ,

and beat" police brutality, Injustices land. ', a emu. Uum. ,
in court, .and other Charles'. William, vice nturers for Black America." = 1969 VWSEDAN. :
Bend said that the goals of. e fed Chanel Bass ,
which he said caused president of Schenley Distillers '
wrongs check Outreach n are: ((1)) provide a 45 1 L I'
Negroes to have no confidence Company, presented a : : 4 9 cI ,9
communications link betweenthe ''b.. iscw.
In the law.Black ID the amount of $5,000 from .a. r
people, be explained his management to the NBL people of the black ghetto $186850 ':
regard the law u a symbol of president at the convention.Burrell 'and the majority resources; '
their rejection by white society.,1 said "this Is the first (2))provide a bank of knowledge :ti DILIVIIIID IN ,MX I I 4 < t < 4 I I < < t < < <
for capital development) in the
slxeable grant received by the
"There will either be meanIngful I
political) and community Booker T. Washington Foundation black.,ghetto; (S). organise a 1 "Tluit <*' ...uI. ./ It"Cailin
organisation within the Black and will be used to providetdmiatslratlve.iepport '"grass roots" or ""curbstone", .A '
corporate structure of local Ii
ghetto for social and economic BahY
development, or there will be services for 'Project Outreach levelopment corporations la .. I' J
alack ghettos throughout the
more frequent and increasing IT-* 13-binion program to I U
and outburst bring Black Americans Into,the nation; ((4)develop partner ships '
violent shocking S
against white society.andghettc mainstream of commercial; and. between corporations black local development and- : : b
Industrial America." SHoed
life, he said.b
trfnfri'"H e om mer cia!aDd '
asserting that the nation wu BorreXsaJd that "Project industrial corporations, U Griffin : Y Fr.
toward Outreach D" is the contlnnarionof a
moving a military so-
through Joint ventures in or'
ration of Its urban problems,the "Project Oitreaca I"
aear black ghettos nationwide; : Volkswagen :
averred that police: Initiated last year with fund Semi-Annual
mayor QualiCraftclemuce
and (5)) create a major vehicle t
agencies around the country from! the federal, govejameni federal I INC. I'I
through which
"are stockpiling tear gu, grenades and the private business community asslstaace for 1250 EAST Srh ST. I: 9
shotguns, armored cars for a tralalag and
b sInessdmlopmedcsnreachblack 354-9091
and mobile pillboxes, riot business development program entrepreneurs. ._I m. u
"Imets, helicopters, and other tall pilot cities."Schenley ----R! !

diverse types of aaU-rlotuU. wu the first tocotrtati I .. I I I t I M I 4__ _I !
to last Oat-
year' Y80
rebellion equIpIi t.", and anti-crime reach program," the NBL WHEN AU'In: i iI

Also addressing the commission president said "and now that ''!#iu(: Seek'"The! ',8u DeJ'b- We Cover' More" I I

wu another mayor.Joseph good companyhu added anotner tor, when Tour factor 8999.99 dress
first to its growing list of styles
'L. Alloto of San Francisco who Prescribes; Get rip.r1.

lawfulness sought to balance with the.the need Constitutional for meaningful ganisations contrflNstions striving to tether to or- ended Pharmacists 70 II duel. firnps. lsllills4lalreraries. I

right of the dissent. .the economic: eduratltnsl and rill Prescriptions According 4.98

"Anyone samntterbowrmpopulat can say what he, social stats elements ot the of American anderprlvlleged To Tour,Doctoriorders. .!' lit Pmnss. Phi'tlib.'ictursS /. '

wants, ,
when he llaJor.wclii'Stlte society., These save been GIll I 1 f Mlles Iris
wut.1" objectives of the NatleaalBusiness Pie use Qhlj Th/e nest ;C. B. BLACf!! ):

League smeett wu anality r.ll : ;pro>: ;ttji 5.99; to 7.99 casuals
Chooses, founded la 1900" Booker T., '
Washington. J3 Registered Pberasclats'To.Berye i Too, Ibis Any Oilier Photographer t

Den .Of Arts! The NBL now has U chapters! '

across the country, with more .fA 'OOIIPLETE LINE OP.. -NCosf '
li Jacksonville 2.99Priced
Gaiglia R N.C. Dr.. than 2,800 member*Ihu" ,, :
Arthur dean .r tIN referred to Informally u the I '
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and Sciences at MT State. "
for !
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I Southern Christian Leadership Conference Enters Field Of HousingDr. '. I

Abeuitiy Seas" New Prolacl, Lane Bryant .Honored .

As Iiili0 Of Similar, Efforts Religion And Race J'. I : CHURCH NEWS .

CHICAGO,ni.WTbt Southern Christina Lea4erIh1pConfer.DC' \
CJCLCX mter direction at<< its PresldentDr, Ralph David BLACK MEET COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
DETROIT (NPQ -The Motor City will play boat February with the superintendent Incham
Abernathy, ,has signed a contract for the rehabilitation of M Sunday School begins at 9:30 a m
......&... unite ..r ihrM. four tnd flvo-bedrooms.. ben. 11-23 to a .National Buck Economic: Development Conference, The morning worship begins\ at 11 a.m. Communion!
;;; m -- -------- ---q beaded by the Rev. LueiousWalerJk.uZef1It1vedICttcbgerr.llglous : services begin at 3 p.m. J.Crawfordpastor', will deliverthe
agreement the ,DOO that project Is now Completeand Foundation for Community Organization. Represented ) K.R sermon Choir No. 1, Choir ?to. 8. and Usher Board No 1
federaUy-flnanced project vu rehabilitated\ homes arc in the confereoce-vhich will deliberate and adopt win during the day. Choir No. 1 will have Us rehearsal
signed by tin Regional Officeof now occupied: by families of for economic development) programs to best serve
recommendations ,; Tuesday atepm. Choir No. I will rehearse at 5 p.m. Friday,
the Federal Routine one of the poorest black the country- '
sent the Interests of<< Black communities across service begins Tuesday at 7 p.m.
and the Freedom Development communities In America are the Black: Economic Union, National Business League, Prayer
Corporation formed la 1966 to GaneralConvenUonSPeCIalPrOgrm,Harlem
Church's o
bandit SCLC housing programs Florida Grand Commonwealth Council, Inner-City BuaIDe.mpronmeDt Fo The Trustee Board will meet Friday night,January S, at 8 p,m.,
the In Chicago contractS for the Corporation I'1Imllld IFCO.EDUCATION at !the Union Lodge
begin with the Sunday School ait:30 Lm.,wlth the superintendentIn
AID charge. The lesson will be reviewed by !the pastor Rev E J.
AJ the announcemeat: madeIn NEW Km (NPQ) The United Church of Christ's Committee
Honors SecretaryThe Norman TIle monnlngworshipbegtnst 11 a.m.,with the deacons
Chicago till week,Dr.Aber- ( for Racial Justice bas set aside $100,000 for the higher
I 'In of devotions Choir No.-ta natty said 10 Atlanta: "SCLC' Host Worshipful\ Union education program designed to help black youth: attend church charge the with Mrs. Fannie Jackson in charge of music.
Is the only national eMl rights Grand Lodge State of Florida, related colleges. This is almost five times the amount spent throughout No. ZmeetsalJpm day at the church The Home Mission
organization directly: involved will honor Its office secretary, to assist 70 students who ; District
last year-J20.Z8S( n- agency OK1'xr' will meet at 3 30 at the church. Deaconess Board
Society : p.m.
In providing good, Jow-c 01 t Mrs Herndon on January 11, would not otherwise have been able to attend college. at the church The evening worship will
: 1 will meet at 4.30 p.m.
for the Tbe new service TIle
housing poor. for 23 of
years ,
project in Chicago marks the affair will be beld at 7:30 p.m. GAMMON HOSTS MEET \ if be at I p.m. Both! sermons for the day will be delivered by the

beginning of our efforts to li- m the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. ATLaNTA-41P1)-ThI)) Black: Methodist for Church Renewal pi'I, ., pastor Rev. E.L Norman. Prayer meeting is each Tuesday night
.. at 7.30 followed by Bible Study at 8 p.m. The church U
pad our housing program by Official greetings, *11 be (BMCR) the"Blackpower"group of clergy and laity within United '. I{. p.m. Street. .
located at 1614 East 30th
helping to provide poor 'brought by the Grand Beads, Methodists has selected: Gammon Theological Seminary as the .. c-: __ 1" ., } .' .) :
communities with similar projects namely Rudolph Bradley 20-23. .
: site of Us second annual conference, to convent February \. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
throughout the natloa" Grand Master Dr. C.B. Nelson to attend the 1": o.4jIa1 > FRIENDSHIP
; Black art expected "
More .than 600. Methodists School \ at 9 45 a.m. with the superintendent, Mrs.
begins :
In the program' SCLC staff Daniels, Grand Worthy Matron conference, to be chaired by the Rev..James A. Lawson, Jr.; : '{ Leaster Sunday Smith in charge The morning devotions will be led by
members and ouUlde experts OES Fred Alexander Thirty\ :. ; c :
consult local: '..ommunlt, ipon- third Degree Mason,Grand High Memphis. /' t Deacon Joseph McPherson and Deacon Winston Ware, followed
bow to fund and implement by the covenant meeting Communion service will be at 4 p.m.
ors on Priest at Royal Arch Masons; CHURCH SALE TALK jl&
various housing( opportunities Mrs Lulu Johnson Grand Most CHICAGO (NPI) The Black Muslims of the Honorable :<...lIt1': ::11' ," Rev. H. Robinson is pastor.

for the poor Ancient Matron Heroines of Elijah Muhammad have entered into talks with trustees of S3 ,:,: ."; \ :. .
SCLC was represented at the Jericho; Sir Hilton Brown, Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church on the far Sonthside } :. :, GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTIST
Holy Communion will be administered at 5:30p.m. Sunday with
Chicago contract-signing by Grand Eminent Commander of '
W-mlUlon. :
to purchase the church building for r reported I = __ _
"' the Rev. D.B. Barnes delivering both major sermons.
pastor ,
Rev T.T. Rogers, Jr ,director Knights Templar masons and
the Greek and the Greek archdiocese both
of Affiliates, and Rer. Albert Mrs B. Louise Rolle Grand providing congregation Mrs. Florence May Rice cI Though much of her activities: Sunday School begins at 9:30 am, with Ralford McKinnon
the transaction The Black Muslims !Intend to use the
approve New York received a involve "off-tbo-street" consumer -
Sampson of SCLC'i homing Princess Captlal Heroine City superintendent and teachers In charge. The morning service
staff Templar Crusades edifice as its national headquarters.CASOXIZED commemorative plaque honoring problems, she and her begins at 11 a.m. The evelng service begins at 5:30 p.m. All

"Rev. Rogers stated that thUla Greetings will also be broughtby ber as one of nine finalists council prepare and distribute ,deacons, deaconesses choirs and ushers will be consecrated\
In the Lane Bryant V oluntterAwucll' leaflets on the avoidance of at S.19 p.m. by Rev. Dennis Easton, or an appointee. ChoirsNo.
a beginning ot a series of past and present Grand Lodge MIAMI (MPI) A service thanksgiving recognition of
housing and economic development officers Representing the State competition for outstanding frauds perpetrated by I and No. 2 and Usher Boards No 1 andNo. 2 will serve
the Rev. Theodore R. honorary canon Cathedral Church
Gibson ,
volunteer service la In Mrs. Rice
salesmen. 1966 throughout the day with Mrs Nlmmie Mae HInes at the
projects planned for usa Convention will be Dr. J.C. organ.
of St. Luke Diocese of South Florida was beld recently in ChrIstChurch '
by SCLC's lllclsters Leader- SUns and Mrs. Hannah Miller 1967. Raphael Malsln president was consumer education con- Willie L. Young will be at the piano. Prayer meeting will be
which : where he has pastored for many years Participants of Lane Bryant, Inc.,made sultant at the League ot Autonomous Tuesday night 1:30. Bible Study will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday.Choir .
ship Training Program, : Mrs .. Johnson Mrs. Fannie
Included the Rt. Revs James L. Duncan DD, suffragan bishop, II3t1C111'for
at Lane
the the Bronx
presentation Orp No. 2 will rehearse Wednesday at 7.4S Choir No. 1
la operating 15 major cities.SimIlar Reeves, John C. Turner, Rev. p.m.
Diocese of South Florida and Henry NF. Mlnlsh, chaplain,
Awards luncheon held she
Renewal where
Bryant researched -
rehearses Thursday at 7:45 The Junior choir rehearsal
\ projects already art BJ. Lane, Mrs R.L. Johnson p.m.
Episcopal Church Center University of Miami,the Rev.Theodore
at The Sboreham Hotel Washington of ber famous
SCLC some will be Thursday at 7:49. The D.B. Barnes! Choir rehearsal is
being developed by and Rev S.L Badger Mrs. Mabel
E. Wright St. Paul' AME Church and Rabbi Herbert
pastor D.C. December S histories which led to
on case Saturday at 5 Rev. D.B. Barnes is pastor.
ministers in Philadelphia, Baltimore Taylor, Mrs Janle Cannon, p.m.
spiritual leader Temple Beth Am.
Baumgard, 1938 before an audience of investigations of dishonest
and MemphisSCLC's Rev. HH Robinson,and others.
than 350 of the
more educators Organizer IlACEDONLBA.PmT
first housing project Mrs Herndon has served the
started here in 1967 with a Masonic Jurisdiction under four Second Bet.hel'Baptist Will Host Union government officials Consumer Pledge Campaign, an. The Installation services for the new pastor. Rev. Wilbur
onr-mlllion-dollar federally- Grand Masters, namely, D.D. business leaders effective device for buyer education Burgess, will begin on Monday night, Januray, 13, and end
funded rehabilitation of slum Powell C.H. Henry Dr. RJt.,. 'The Young People's Union will Artistic Gospel'Singers. The Co-founder and director of the : and protection, Mrs. January 20, with various ministers in charge of services each
housing In. the East Garfield Williams, deceased, and the meet Sunday, January 12,' at Union bas 12 young groups.The Harlem Consumers Education Rice Is board member of the night. The order of service for Sunday will be as usual.Sunday
Park area. Tb. first phase/ of incumbent.: Second Bethel Church, Fifth Sensational Holy Travelerswlll' Council, Mrs Rice has served Harlem Consumer Cooperative School begins at 9:30 a.m, with Deacon John E. Singleton, Jr.,
and Blue. Rev. McKelvIn is be their gueats,00 January i: I without pay since inception Inc, a food supermarket and his staff of teachers In charge. The lesson will be reviewed
pastor. The meeting will open also. Mrs Inn Harris Is In 1963 Instigating forums and owned by Harlem residents. by the pastor or his appointee. Consecration services will begin

:SISTER, ,IfSSIE a1 S p... president. Miss Cynthia Jackson speaking nationally on behalf ** ** at 10:45 p.m., with the pastor in charge. The devotional service
She will read your entire life-fast,present and Enoch Epps: and Mamie Epos is secretary Bernard of .the low-Income: -consumer. Till be charge of the deacons.Choirs No. 1 and No 3 will give

futureSBe; asks no qjestions but Wjfltq7Oa3' will be host for the Union McClain Is reporter.The public music with Mrs. Hattie Bell and Professor Wallace Mlms at the
what yott I want to bow, giving\ dates and facts of Sunday They are called the 'Is invitedVETERANS Program. Stresslijlmportuce'Of instruments Usher Board Np 1 will serve.Holy Commuilon will
be administered at 4 45 p.m, with the new pastor presiding and
'!'business love health and family affairs. Will .
Willibe1pyoudiMtoetsrt.iellsyouwhomyouwl1l Block Youth IR Chuck delivering the sermon. Other services Include Prayer Meeting

and When. If tbtttoeyoulovtis truef wliat and Bible Study Tuesday, ':30 p.m.;Rehearsals Choir No 1 and
to do to be successful.reunite separated, .. ANEW YORK CITY The Committee tot: Racial Justice of the' No..1. Wednesday! 8pm. Thursday, noon, Missionary Society;
I United Church Christ recently adopted !! "' ''' 01 &<<217,954.80' ;Thursday, 1 p.tu.tWeekly Teachers meeting .
locate absent friends. ea#relatives and caus..qlDeS' : -j.arJJ ; Friday 8pm ,
between man and wife. helps makeup fur Its program ml9 i. rehearsals W their Nrt; 2 had Nn. 1! mllillthl" nf fl.trt,4 Nn I
Mov.kioraeittIeas: -
> lovers' quarrels'Tells if sickness and bad .1 I I Largest single item Is $100 The :oeaiimu'wiu work in the home of Mrs. ItLJ S, East: 30th Street. Mrs.:Bessie!

.luck are natural enemies, or if there is an evil I 000 for the committee's higher within the church, with ecumenical ,Merchant isreporter.! -

!Influence. Does not ten to please you,but_,Ill iell the truth. One education program designed to agencies and secular:
visit will repay you for disappointments all others. She will help black youth attend church- organizations to fight "one of VARICK AblE!: ZION

,'read your life like an open book, but also help yon out of your related colleges. In 1968 the our, society' greatest evils," Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Willie J. Johnson
TROUBLES., Come and see, why you are so unhappy, when agency spent a total of $20,283. be said charge. The pastor will review the lesson. The morning worship
everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted, 1 73 to aid 70 students who would The Committee for Racial begins at 11 am The night service begins at 6 p.m. Both major
sick and worried when yon can be helped and everything made: not otherwise have been able Justice will also cooperate with aermma, wW be delivered< by the pastor. Prayer meeting Is held
clear by consulting THE GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody wel- to attend college 'other church and secular at p.m. TueIda1.Choir No.1 rebearseson Wednesday at 7 p.m.
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't tb Rev Charles E. Cobb New agencies in working for "real All members are requested to bring their dues up to date. The
mistake the 'kddr.... SBTER BESSIE is located north 'otjCaUabu 3 ft 4 bedroom plant with I, 1 W, New York City, executive istic programs to secure a Just church If located at 1326 West 9th Street. Rev. AJ. Warren Is

] oo U.S. M, \ft mile from City of Callahan, Florida,. 2 bathe end gorog. coordinator of the Committeefor society: Mr. Cobb said, He pastor.
Phone 879-S2SO Modem tchoolt, chonhie'and e com Racial' Justice stressed .pointed out that the activities:

WATCH. FOR HER SIGN IIf FaONTOF IIOtsEMrOl. the street confer "empowerment of the black of the committee are only apart MT. SALEM BAPTBT

'from SPORTSMAN MOTEL ; U LINCOLN siATES I community" as the basic policy of the attack being made Sunday School begins it 9.30 a.m. with Superintendent Jack

Oped dally from Sam to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.JHB expressed In the budget. Community by national and regional agencies Green In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor
713 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE! : 76>1685| I economic of the United Church ci or an appointee. The
CLIPPING IqJ' $ .OOREADDJGfor.C? 32.001'; organization, morning devotions at 11 a.m. win be led
development leadership Christ on the racial crisis in by Deacons J.S. Simnus and Dcli WJttertcombined choirs
training are to be the major the- nation. alqWlth Usher Board No. 1, win serve throughout the day!'
field programs he said The committee Is supportedby Holy Communion! will be admlnlstreed at 3 p.m. with the pastor.
A community organization ) a special "Neighbors in associate: minister and deacons In charge- ne sermon wW be
': team, headed by WUliaui Land, Crisis" offering given by members delivered b1 the pastor or an appoint. Choir No. 3 rehearses
A f % *f \ *JM field director,was active during of local churches of the Monday night. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday D1cbt. choir No. 1"
J 1968 In the New York school United Church of Christ rehearses oa Thursday; *!R... W.Q. Rogers pastor. Mrs.
crisis, mobilizing parent and throughout the nation. The C. Sampson Ja reporter.. church Is located at 1281.West
Poi Happier teacher support for community\ churches have also been asked ZZnd Str..t.
control In tile Ocean Hill- to contribute an amount equal
Brownsville District and In EastHarlem I to from one to five per cent Patricia
according: to Mr.Cobb. of their operating budgets. Ann Henry 'Calendar

: Nyr . Plins' To Marry

Private WilsonMr. Events

and Mrs. Leo Henry announce -

llllIiciiJgJ the engagement of their SEMINOLE CLUB
daughter Patricia Ann to
TIle Seminole Culture Club
First Class Russell
+ Edward Madison meets Saturday January 4, in
.ion oIl o
tail Mrs. Sam the home ci Mrs A. Martin.
Madison. _. I
The project chairman win announce -
Tie 6 wedding.. la will take placeat plans for the next few
p. Mt. Ararat Baptist I
Booths. Each member is asked:
Church on January 1'.. :
The bride-elect wugradisted'from to bring a friend. D. Andersonis

A HATIOHM.MOO nuHKyfuu w s/mv New Stanton High School secretary:

)fr.. Madison is a graduate of "'SEMI CIYC CLUB

1'I OMVnMBSUtlbo Hew Stanton High and Is serving '
a two-year term in the Pitted The Semi Civic ClubwlllmeetthtbehomeofMrsRosaL.

States Army. .
you Earn Questions' itbout') the big Miller 980 West 12th Street. ..

'gest crisis our nation ,has ThIs will be the first meeting.The .
{ aced, the'racial crisis? \ Dr. ,AJ., RerfiickAnonces letter Bible"V.Mrs. verse. begins with the

I Doou' have suggestions' you'd f like .. Elaora Small Is

a7'' aake to the Black and 'the" White- SHBOI preildecat.'WiIt.r. '

'leadership about how to solve' it? ,

:Do ';you want to near what"'other Themes For Sunday ...1.1,

ordinary; citizens as't' peopleJohn Dr. X Jospeh Roddick,,pastor .

, Lindsay and stokely Carmichael and ot Grant Memorial AME New PrtsMutJEFFERSON ;

,what sort of ,answers, they; come up Church, has announced that be
with? Make yourself heard and hear it will preach: from the theme : CITY,Mo.-The .
,"Missing the Main Division
all Event" at director of the
\ on NIGHT CALL the- new. nation- the 10:45 a.m. service. At 6:41 of Humanities and chairman of !

.,wide. telephone! call-In\ show., wfll use the theme."ThisIs the English Department at oUT
the Answer.' State University recently was "
I WnnU 11:30: P.N.ITI 12:30AJ.MM8IJ : ,The United Choirs ot the nanwd president of Lincoln " church and all of the usher University, Jefferson City Mo. *
'' boards of the church will serve Be Is Dr. Watter'C.: Daniel

Nil f wi: iw iwt U LJLI j y i,., ,'j' .,, 'Call ;cuitj. M.HMJIIReleased at both major service, The: :who Is also a former director .'
::t1Iiv4xsthcitIatchiit1! Holy licharist will be: of the MaraUy-sponsored II-I

in cooperatloo the celebrated throughout the day.: College .Curriculum Program".
: uFR National CouncU of Churches The Sunday School, under the "at oUT. '
Jjfl > atIm1Cthlic Office for Radlud TelevlaTri direction: Superintendent A, Dr. Danlels's appoiatnuot to :

Florida. Cooncfl: of Cburcba .Ok Y. Rose, and his staff of of the presidency Lincoln, now,
r"--: ''T1'k ". : ( ficers, will open at 9:30 a.m. :Half black and half white was .
I AHSAlgSA| BBl % .ri* *h "- announced :by. lilt Board of*
,Curators of the university"'**.


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National Education Association Fights And Wins Battles For Black Teachers I

Farther Leader Freed la Arsoa Loadnork Cases Reveal Power
Hutband-Wiffo Acting Team

Case For Lock Of Witness Aid Of Legal Teckafyses Employed I

DENVER> (NPJ) Black Panther Laura Watson rtcentl) t WASHINGTON-"Black power did Dot start up from stay. -
was acquitted of consplrlngtoburB cleaning establishment j It started down from kings," declared Bar land Randolph vice,
when six Black teenagers refused to testify against him. .' president of development at Federal City College,at a conference
The bearded 28-7tar-old of Wlh .'. Jury. However, 'of the International Human Rights Day observances held here
.'WatsOllI'" the ''b1ackpow: r'' Jurors were never called to The observance sponsored "One of the first human rlgfcts
:clenched fist sign and-4esplte deliberate In the can,. In facts by the Committee onlntir- we should nave Is the rightto
the outcome of hit case-declared -' they never evea heard any testimony. 1 n national Relations and the be able to see the differencein
: Center for Human Relations, generations and to regard
"The present court system Deputy District Attorney units of the National Education each other with respect and
totally unjust. Its an Insult to Irving Ettenberg gave an openIng Association. ndnrstandlng," Mrs. Koonts
black people to bare to present statement In which be said Mr. Randolph crUised those said.
themselves in these kinds ofcourts. the state would prove Watson ,educators who assume awareness 'Blsek parent discovered
." urged several teenagers to burn of Inner-city problemson that In the nice, white,
Watson termed District ledge a cleaning firm owned by Bryce art the basis of having acquireda middle class suburban schools
Don Bowman-who upheld the Gregory, white, 'on the night Ph. D. The black mother they teach subject matter, and
right of the six to plead the of September 12. 'whose' child has been bitten by In the poor schools they teach
Fifth Amendment-J"totally. Watson specific ally was. a rat knows more about the manners," Mr. Randolph said.
racist. charged with conspiracy to real problems of poverty, hunger ,"Black parents are wintnt to
Judge Bowman Watson said, arson and to Incite distraction kTft \ jw and racial hatred, Mr. forego the niceties of manners: '
"almost cried" In making the of property. ; Randolph said.Education right now for the baste subjects (
ruling which resulted In dismissal Ettenberg said the teenage the panel conceded that must be taught to
of felony charges against witnesses would t.111JL'JoIolotoy pi\ Is a basic human right, despite develop pride, dignity, and self
l aim. cocktails were manufactured :: ? one panel, member's opinion concept," be added.
Watson also claimed be was at a meeting at the h that It Is an unrealistic goal The term "Black Power"
denied a Jury of bJa peer..This, Black Panthers' headquarters, to educate all of the people ,should not throw the white community
he said, would hare been a Juryof attended by 50-100 persons. formally Speaking u, a representative Into a state of shock: ,
"black, militant freedom Watson, EtteDberr'said, announced of the Peace 'Mr. RXidOIphSaId.Black Power
fighters.! the group would "...tGrecorr. + : Corps, Larry Bond pointed to la creativity love of man,
Three Negroes weremembersAppointed ." those emerging countries, hanging together u a group, a
Walsoa's lawyer Leonard t 4 basically agricultural, .whose community, a willingness to die
Davies, present at the cleanersthat '"" : educated students turn,to other for the "dream of America"
Despite the much publicised marital tribulations of several Back White." Prior to that be and his
night, stated In his opening assignment, professions, thereby Y1llI tbtmma It necessary be explained For
statement Watson actually was marriages where both spouses are In show business, there are vivacious wife were in Philadelphia where! Dick was on locationfor antended. years the white man has atx:
trying to quell the disturbance scores of thoroughly compatible hllS lDd-wtte duos:Paul Newman his co-starring role with Sidney Pottier In"The Lost Man" NEA President Elisabeth tempted to make the black man
at the area. and Joanne Woodward Genie Da'iland Ruby Dee, and Clarence and he !had some interesting comments on the advantages of his Koonts concluded the voices In his own Image. The few who
Williams in and Gloria Foster, to name only a few. Another In his Dick and Gloria who've '
Davies claimed statements marrying a girl same profession of youth are being quietly pass over the color wall are
given police by the teenagers successful Hollywood marriage Is that of Dick Williams and. done several plays together Including some Shakespeare'have, listened to by many and that rarely accepted, and now, Mr
were wrested from them by Gloria Edwards two of the finest actors to emsrss tom the also acted together on IV. They were recently seen In a segment young people are "making .us Randolph! predicted, the blackman
West Coast In the last decade Dick Is currently New York of the "Ironside" series. Once cant help but wonder If they find face up to the real problems will develop his own Image,
starring In the title role of the hit Los Angeles play, "Big Time themselves competing with each other. of toda,." CONTINUED ON PACE

Hack Wonea WorkersGet .

Sipport Agaiat RacismCHICAGO i 'Tt

(NPQ -'A group of Black women who toll In the
Industry which manufacturers women's wear has launched a
buying ban against a Dixie firm In a labor dispute Oiled with

Samuel S. Taylor, newly-ap charges- of racial discrimination. Y
pointed Planned Parenthood- The women" are members of a legal strike set by two Inter .
World Population professional the InternatioaalLadles national Garment Workers
staff mUlLer As Associate Garment; Workers Union of the Unions Local 368 of Florence,
Director of Comm'inlty Affairsfor Southeast Region They seek, and Local 534 of Like City,
the National voluntary all-out support In t buying with- both In South Carolina, at the
family planning organization, drawal campaign against the Wentworth ManufacturlngCom- '
he wlU work closely with PP- Wentworth Manufacturing pany's plants In those cities 1.
WP-s 157 affiliates in major Company of South Carolina A spokesman for the strikers ,. 'Ibet' .
cities throughout the U.S. which supplies several Chicago explained the strike has bedn
stores with certain brand name for three months and Involves, I i
GraMhliag Proxy women's garments. some 750 production employes.The :
Mrs Maids Kemp General action does not Involve vr
Organiser tor the ILGWU from fringe benefits\ or conditions
Elevated To Chicago said recently that two but Is the re.I1t'of\ a wage ,, '
powerful Chicago labor groups differential between white and .
-the Joint Council of Teamsters Negro workers in the plants .
High Masonry and the Chicago Federation ,.Jn the courseof, negotiations. ;
,of Labor:-nave' pledged ,the company proposed that em* j hlrt
su D .,pestdk J.( .their,,support te.-thevstrlkiag.,,.,.p1oY.1 of the predominantly If' a jI'"1 '1l4'JHdc vti t ,y. r r ,. KC
W.E. Joins 'iot.Grambllnr \iworkers. The workers also seek ,white..local lathe Ukerplty rl
College/was support from Operation Bread- unit receive i higher wile
elevated to the 33rd and last basket In a buying ban throughout -, Increase than employes in the .,
degree of masonry d-irlng the the nation. all-black Florence unit, 4, ,
82nd convocation of the United Some of the Chicago's largest Mrs Kate Lewis, president i t M 't b ) {
Supreme Council, Ancient and stores are being contacted ana of Local 366, flew to Chicago1
Accepted Scottish RUeSoutliern asked to cancel the Wentwortb from Florence recently to air
Jurisdiction Prince Hall Affiliation brands listed as Lee Holiday her case. She' revealed that
herd at the El Cozies James Lee, Capeheart Robes, several strikers have been
Hotel Molly Goldberg, Promo, Royal Jailed under most unpleasant ,
Masons of top rank from all Miss and Apogee ID garments conditions and that a {hers fran
sections of the participated for women. over a black woman with
In the ritual The action is the growth of his automobile during the rift.
ft Is alleged that company In- "
Police Use Of Force Stirs spired-news reports throughout
South Carolina have threatenedthe
la Several li Towas ILGWU members with the
Fiss | alternative of returning to the

PATERSON, N.J. (NPI) Police In several cities have cotton fields! If they do not
become: increasingly embroiled in controversy over their use return to work. It Is reported
r6 force. that the firm Is now attempting
I ht:thi;'city eight policemen members of the violence com-- to open a non-union plant III'I I
have been indicted by a federal CONTINUED ON PAGE I Andrews_Texas. I
grand Jury on charges of violating .
the federallyprotectedrights
of Negro residents. a .
According to the Indictment,
the policemen assaulted Wit 1 1,
Negroes and broke window of

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operated by Black people last

July Civil 3, during outbreaks accused ofgrightsleaders -- ALL BtlGh! ; :i NewportC

the police of rioting "against =-. 3BEIIIIMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm[ ; s 1of
the citizens, uncontrolled by ii s t
their own authorities"In AslowaerMOOuglO
Laekawanna, N.Y., the '
mayor, Mark L. Baton, Is involved $P AY Nb. : v t1
in a struggle with the
city's police chief, Joseph Y. :

Deren, for control of the Police, ; p eon SALES OFFICE et I ". ; rt
Department duet DIVISION 2Oth ST. EXP, o
The state Investlgatlong commission :
accused the mayor of RA PARK' 1F
using the police force "for 0 ah
political purposes" of

According to Chief Derea, the % ]reflr
mayor has been harassing him e r t, a t

'and official has car taken, thus away forcing the chiefs aim to .EniiirT im TI 11 TI TIIR TI GET E 4$ ,1 : 1[

check out a car from the. police 0 6 k B t NN ,

car Meanwhile pool. the Daniel Walker | ,LOW PRICE 1 E'

report criticising Chicago '

praised police and continued be both, ,: DRUG STORE NEEDS E
Like civil rights leaders In I s f1 .
Peterson.' NJ. the Walker report 3 *
uedtbeterm"pollcerlot" ,. Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store.WE WILL MEET.
in describing police treatment 'Im PRICES ADV.JN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS, we deliver.* f "dear aS
of demonstrators during the 2 We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. : 5 < &i
Democratic national Convention 4

The report. was predictably ,". +' s'. Yn *
t ran
COD de mud b1 conservatives [ Dixie: Pharmacyl i ; M 'N
and landed by liberals. Among i o
the report's critics Is Representative ; n n w 4
Hale Boggs CD-La.). ,
Democratic whip of the U.s.' I' 1312 nuts fin AI..TltlE. :
House of Representatives, and ,
a member of the NatlonalCommlssloa i Phil., .353-55J7 at ,
on the Causes tad :
Prevention ofTlolence., .Z PAT fill MITM11110
,"Y 01 .have. not heard the last '
01 tile Walker report," said : .UUPIMC PILLS ,AT III, STIIC Smmmmtmmmmmmnmmvuummwmmmmmmgmt ,
Representative Boggs, who Indicated -
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I' y here's, the "how" to meal planning and creative cookery I

For The Holiday Season Try Sitkliag Curried Chicken And Rice

Turkey And Ham TropicalDress : Pig Recipe With All The TrinnfigsS

you plan to Include t little 'ol Suckling Pig in your festive
up holiday left-over turkey and ham.The home New Ynr'i Menu. be sure you place your order for toe baby
economists at Carnation Company suggest Turkey wr& one of the meat packing coapaiilei! TIlt much-ln-demaad
and Ham Tropical. It is easy to do and will please your at this time "little aalmaU" are fewer In number than niuaL
family. Try it soon. note available currently APPLE!: ALMOND SJWFIHa
this area average 25 to SO
pounds in size and prices range 3 cups chopped appleS
from CS to 70 cents per poundA quart coarse state bread
hearty way to ring In tie: (cubed)
New Year If a feast consisting 1 quart con bread (cubed)
of a' festive buffet table setting 1 Wit greet pepper (chapped
ot gourmet dalectables enhanced fine)
with a little Roast 11/2 cups diet celery
Suckling with a pretty green (stalks and leaves)
apple clenched smugly between 1 tablespoon salt
Its jowls.and! a steaming 1 tablespoon pepper : '
vegetable dish of luck-dispen 1 tablespo.A dried sara : -1
sing Afro Eyes ("Black Eye 2/J cup Almonds (cLapped)
Peas"),- those popular" 3/4 cup! finely Minced onion
TURKEY AND HAM TROPICAL delicacies, 'Soul Wrinkles." Blend corn bread and stole
Yams, coleslaw and cornbread,
(Makes 8 to 10 servings) bread cubes Place large
would lend a little."together mixing bowl. Fold In. celery,
114 CUP (V4 pound) sliced !>/ cups ((10%-ounce can) new"! applet, green pepper and onion
Inch mushrooms cream of chicken soup little Sucklings'
Most of the gradually. Add remaining dry w
V5 cbp chopped onion 2 teaspoon mustard prepared come oven-ready,and methods Ingredients. For dry stuffing,
V4 cup chopped green 1 teaspoon Worcestershire used In seasoning poultry maybe add little or no liquid For
pepper sauce followed (salt and pepper moist shifting, mix in lightly
melted butter
X tablespoon cup flour 1 cup cubed cooked ham inside)...If not oven-ready. with a fork Just enough hot
1 CUD jindlluted Carnation 2 cup cubed cooked clean and scald.. water or broth to moisten bread
Evaporated Milk turkey Rub on the outside with a putt cubes. Cool and stuff lotoSuck
4'' J'/i cups (10>/i-ounce can) l'/i cup drained(13'/J-ounc( pineapple can) made of ling when ready to roast
cream of mushroom 1 teaspoon pepper
soup tidbit 1 tablespoon lemon juice AFRO-EYES (Black Eye Peas)
(add more if needed)
Saute mushrooms, onion,and green pepper In butter in 1 tablespoon dry mustard 1 pound black eye pas
large saucepan until tender'Stir In dour Slowly add Car* 1 tablespoon( salt S medium 0111011I11:1I1'
nation Evaporated Milk, stirring constantly. Add soups, 1 teaspoon paprika : leaf
mustard and Worcestershire sauce;Blend well Stir In ham, After ,stating, roast In $25 4 celery stalks
turkey and pineapple. Simmer, uncovered, 15 rr.lnutes. Stir degree oven 6 to 7 tours: or 1/2 teaspoon sweet beaU I e rr
often to prevent sticking Serve over toasted chow meln until thoroughly done: Drain guile cloves __ w
noodles or In patty shells* fat constantly I red pepper pods
2 tablespoons catsup
1 can tomato sauce
1 pound smoked ribs
UUII.t.. .. l\1At"'peu.approslmate17 two
hours in coldwater.Wash
VE. I ,i sToAE rib 40 minute in enough water.
,to cover before placing peas In
WH SMlAfIJ.J. caking unit Cook In covered
unit 3 to 4 hours or until done.
YS :' Add spices and tomato sauce
UPERMA.RK .IT' during last hour of cooking


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large onion
PORK CHOPS 1/4 cup vinegar '
2 bay: leaves .
2 teaspoon black pepper ,
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7 to 10 red pepper pods
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Remove excess fat Add spices
and ;water,ic cover.Cook over rw,. .. '
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{ travelers report as many varieties of ii&rrrdllh81 .Curried Chicken, and.teive'it 'A.1mond.currantR1e.'IM/: /
A Sweet in the far East a* pata&specialties Italy.Our Western way Interesting condiments With chicken now an economical.. food, I
SAVE with curry Is to tone down the seasonings u In this recipe for it 1*a good choice. ,for a cold weather party. '
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CANPIELL evenings, '
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On Market DayFashions Featured In Seventeen Mag

Fashion And Leather Poll TogetherFor

Total Turnout IB American looksNEW ,ele

IP 'J N A. YORK- This spring, fashion and leather pull together
to achieve "Total Turnout". -toad to beel*-tn a treasury of 1 -
All-Americaa looks.
This Is indisputably the agent there U complete comfort with, y
accessories, notes Leather Industries every movement.Cling to
of America with each these born-and-bre qualities,I
article of clothing Important In America tanners and shoe
Its'own right Together; these,, naaufacttrers have. perfected.
components can: sum up any their crafts to glee today'
amber of smashing'Total. "madVln-lBA" leather shoes -- .
Turnouts.-especially when qualify vita fashion, softness
crafted in American leathersas wtlll I1Dtw. .
handsome and super-supple ne keel 1 II till stealing pert
as ever-Improving taanlag of the limelight. This season's.
techniques can make them. heels continue to climb, reaching -
Yours for the adding,dividing, new 1111&fitI1i1DIIIJ daytimeand
or multiplying are new and evening dress shoes. The
news-worthy leather shoes,apparel width,however. hove
handbags other often chunkybetween Most heela
accessories, ready to provide 11to S" heights,
every woman with wardrobe with lower heels reserved for

expertise She'll find casual wear. Toelinesaresofter ., .. ,
'ment and' elegance In these concentrating on wide-1 KNEW YOniC- Lice Green, 19,II of 269 West 151-Street, gets environment' lathe January Seventeen. Joyce, the danghterorIfrs
wen 69 fashions In light rounded shapes with an occasional ,the undivided attention oIth.cl1JdrtDlb."oruwWIlD.! Harlem Marian Green and the late Mr. Green, Is a sophomoreat I
leathers look
that rim. the : clear-cut squared community center. Joyce tells of the success she has bad In City College
gamut from glossy smooth and found on a tailored type. Inspiring ghetto children to overcome the limits of their
lustre finishes to the most
"Sauvage" bnd- .talDtII
leathers '

Market day is as elegant as lunch with the girls in this printed From new leather shoes on up,
maternity dress bttr-conditioned with pleats and self-belt. yqur fashion"look"can be truly
individual this spring. Though e
separate costume componentsunify
at A. for a total turn ,woman
will have the latitude to salt
their outfits to their appearance
BY MATTIECOLLIIVS mood or need Naturally enough,
Glance I this new tuhoarr.edombeJ1U!
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL. at the foundation--th'e fee'-
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For the ..DlUh..... new the "barely-there" shades of with new leather shoe i
allern-tesied line of cosmetics the foundations collections that span a dozen
called "Clinlque Recently in- The bad skin undertone cor- distinct categories. -:::.".,.j .
trooVed' In PhiladelphtabyJolm rector to be used before the Leather Itself possesses great .
versatility with an Infinite variety win vs a us. +
Wanamaker it reportedly uses foundation to cool down ruddy
the science of dermatology to skin and block out Imperfection of textures finishes and iG'ii"f-i9C:
determine Indtldlwaeeda viaa Is misty dads (pale 11',0)). colors. The springtime cornucopia -
"compu'er" that understands Orlane's reply to troubled of shoe leathers Is THR F'TY MAID or DIXIE CRYSTAL
skin) requirements skins that cry for help is heaped with riches: creamy
Easy Eye, by Ishmatal Mc- "Creme Active Liquid," smooth, suede and reverse calf BABY FOOl 10'UK
Cufioiigh purports to eliminate :Deputed to check minor leathers; gleaming lustre and ... SUGAR
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messy, smudgy and time-con blemishes! and reduce sickly real patent leathers; sporty : *POI

suming characteristic discoloration while protecting waxy andbrnshedleathers; Mti..T.5/I.lellls.. .... 10/$1 W/1fy+.1Yw ._UOll.5 ..____-............
striking antiqued,embossed and t
common to false eyelashes. and disinfecting It is a light
Ready-made lashes- that be printed leathers, and many --.-
eye transparent liquid can
complete with liner-and hypoallergenic used u protective layer under more. Smuseew..*.. 5/$1. MHuiy...*.....3/iti 'Le. 39;
shaped Into
a simple BAG
adhesive,all intone* makeup. .
Three eye makeup brush-ons' A cream moisturizer"ArtaVita" pump leather or the strlpplest sandal,. GrrBeam7.r67l.:: Deterient..4l.COFFEE. L i .
"does its
have been added to Ar- i fyi has been Introduced by thing" ,
makeup line: Brush-on eyrshadow Germalne Monteil. Supposedly naturally B breathes la fresh '
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and absorbs toot moisture, .
... afro
in shades, Brush- contains new4ngMdient that.stimulates
eight a
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on eyebrow In three Alsoadded In the skin! -to be used of pores. Leather Tissue 4/$ Peaches3/89'
molds itself and
easily sup-:
are typo-allergenlc unscentedeye at night. Light and frothy, it ,
portlvely to the foot that
so .a. w .nwive
makeup remover pads. spreads on easily Is peach In
Also for allergic eyes are eye color with a jasmine scent. Tissue..23' PremJZ/89*

drops by Ailerest... A 14-day miracle treatmentto watDe.r FOLGER'S ASTOR .. .,
Frances Denney'lluper.qu1ck "quench thirsty skin,"called Ar. avow PA. '
medicated preparations include '"Oasis" Is by Harriet Hub- Towels 4/I Chicken 89'IC""IYO
"a transparent soap to destroy bard Ayer. Includes cleanser 49;
bacteria, a formula pack,lotion refining tonic, hand and bod7'lotion FGHTSDISCRIMINATION 59! tut iMtmun wt uNt MIU mi Maw Mew
to tighten enlarged pores', anda concentrate and moisture Modess 39 59
cream to banish blemishes. cream. IN JOBS ._
Coty's latest beauty aids, Air For oily and disturbed skins, -. ----f3..0 '
Spun Creme Foundation and Air Mai Factor suggests "Ptut EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
Spun Creme Undertones have Magic" A cleansing gel and OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
been whipped Into a sheer fine toning lotion anti-bacterial 1800 G Street, N.W. BEEF SPECIALS SWIFT PREMIUMCanned
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. Veterans News Landmark Cases Lufljloa Highes'. FAMU Prof. Gets Grant

Story' Reveals

TM! Veterans Admlnlstra disability compensatlou sad conceivably the day will I Lw.LL,\ 'H "t: Li .

.tloo'i program providing1 Prior to last July 26, disabled come when the white. nan may NegroPOI'' ...... t
,. veterans had to take vocational .
-.epantlCII counseling on ,decide to become "black. i
their rct ru benefits to ill rehabilitation training on a full Another speaker the Rev. I
sod disabled servicemen la time basis In order to qualify Geno Barcol, a member of the Lanfston Hughes, widely e141' 'i .
,military hospitals throughout for theVAtralnlngallowance, D.C. Commission OB Hi man to be the poet laureate of Black
:the country is two years old However Public\ Law 90-431, ,Relations and director of vbaat people, II the subject of a 1 rr
this month signed by the President on that t affairs for lb. Archdiocese of biography pablisked bj
Began in November 1968, the date, now permits VA to paya Washington, warned that Thomas Y. Crone Company
program help ..nlelmen'lII pro-rata training allowance .Amerlca is breaking up Into two on October II The biography
lit US military hospitals to for three-quarters and halftime separate classes as a result is by Milton Ueltser,who wasa
I 1 learn about and apply for such vocational rehabilitation of chronic deterioration in close friend of and collaborator -
veteran benefits U vocational training. lousing, education, employ with Mr. Hughes. Be was;
rehabilitation training A veteran generally must be meat and religion."The scandal working on the biography at tbt
errice-connected: disability rated at toast SO per cent of our affluence Is that we can time of the poet's death in 1987.
compensation, home loans and. service-disabled to be eligible sit by and tolerate people living The biography which is primarily
G.I.bill education. for VA yocatlooa1rebabU1tat1on among as who! have no hope" geared to youngreaders,.
In the past two years, VA training .he charged gives a full account of Hughes'
representatives have counseled "We, the great American white colorful life Ittraces his youthful .
with more than 104,000 bospltallzed Fit IENT middle class, have a passion travels from Kansas to'
servicemen, and have ?(,Spearing St. 28 rm. noose. for Individualism..but Mexico to Harlem to Paris to Ia1
processed nearly 72,000 applications '1ZZ8.Spearlnr. St t t rm. apt. downright hostility totardbelping Dakar, Africa. In the thirties,
for special VA groups or masses,' said Hughes visited Spain during the
.vocational training and 'FO-ANDtfflGBEE Father Retool "We are social civil war and made a filmmaking ..,
Realtors Darwinists when It comes to expedition to Russia.He f p A NJI >% :
Witch This 354-8435 W.Forsyte St. concern for the masses" also Journeyed all the way
He viewed student unrest U around the world, everywhere
APT. FOI LENT healthful and creative. "When gaining a following as a poet

Ctowi No kids, Like nice settle you speak of violence, I must for all peopleLangston .
couple. Private 3 rooms andbath. say 1 have seen more hatred, Hughes' poems -I--:
"- Mrs Riley, 358-8117. and violence on the part of radiate the Idea that "Black U
11-13-21} white people who have been beautiful." They capture the
HIM FIE RENT asked to Integrate than I saw rhythms of jazz and are concerned
on the riot-torn streets of the with pride and freedom. .
1 District recently" Father Meltter's biography includes
S Faro room in Washington! Baronl observed a selection of Hughes' most dh .
.( : Estates home Reasonable with Nine foreign and American loved poetry. *, ,,,_Y'Dr .....- '.-.- .ti.. .......,..-ee
1 10 use of facilities Single man students concluded that human Beside writing eleven volumes
:- : lu11111'HeIDll, associate d grant from the Cooperative Research Service, HI.Departsuntof
or woman or married couple.' rights were largely nonexistent of ..rae. Hughes branched out professor agrlcttttirt\ at Florida
'A*Y iiiuversity gathers leaf samples with the!help Ph 784-923S: dally 11:00: a.m. in this country admittingbow to write short stories, novels, research
'13 -12 IS to 1:00 p.m. Sunday after 6:00 ever, that no other country play, and books for children. assistant t Titus Nyatsanga. Dr. Hems has receive, a $15.000 peanut plants. as Influenced'flle'presence of bacterial root
p.o, allows as much Individual Re is widely known for his
15-11- II freedom as is exercised in '.'Simple" stories, originallypublished
Sometimes He'i'Up,Sometimes1 I.LL IANILEI the,United States in the Chicago De YOUR SECURITY WANTED
He's down. He Adds, Subtracts; Excellent pal and fringe benefits fender. Re also compiled SOCIAL
.Be works it ill around. Police Use 'several collections of Negro
for a high gradual Stirtiu Silirr $14 Pir Ik-
not afraid of hardworkOnthe.Iobtralning. CONTINUED lore inaludlagAPlctorlal Row long< does It take 10 get your flrsl dlsaWUtf check from
'( Shift wore, FROM' PAGE S\ History of the Negro America social security when you become disabled
$1-11-2$ .$U4-1/Z per hour. Apply in mission and he were highly and Black Magic dealing with According to James H. Mld- Mlddleton; "tola .ti especially Mist Typi 51 WPM slid. RISIII Ti
person at Personnel Office,St. indignant at the release of the 'k.Nerro in entertainment. On ,
with data, officer la charge of the Important in the %aae of disability
LOMENG; AT ACTIONS Regis Paper Co between 9 a,m. report, both Milton books Meltzer.tflaborated.. .oclalaecurlt1 office at Canal .claims/ U totes a good JAX TYPE
and 1 p.m.lnt..ltcttoufHecbher Civil rights' 1e11'.eu.llefelllllllC and West ISthStreeets, the bit longer fob 'w to processthe

33 11 111MAWS Road, Drive and Eastpor it the Ms report value, have la maintained that it makes editing Mr. Meltxer anthologies in addition!has written.biographies to saner to ttls que.t1OIIlIltD.' disability efelift than tons M.; in 1171
erally left up to the person for the regnia tet> of such nineteenth
An Equal Opportunity Employer white Americans aware of the filing the claim.Aperson should ment. And the Berber\ you We,
DAYSNUIIEIED century antislavery figures u,
police abuses NegroAmericans file his application for disability the better your chances of lit.ttnr'tht
Sit" Samuel 'SHERWOOD
have long tad to endure Tb ad d till u. FOREST HOMESLIKE
benefits as soon after first CD.ickwben,,
Most of the demonstrators Gridley Howe, and Lydia Maria '
disabled as be can. it is due,! _
-.75' Child He has also compiled Early
Hiircits volved in confrontations with NEW
filing means prompt The social security offices In
Chicago police during the convention the award.wlnlllDr-III'TIltIr; payment of the first cneckdue,", Jacksonville ark .oDe.from
,"Man's Days are'JIea1tb Processes.5' were white, Own Words, a tbr..yolumt'CIocumentar .
and Fortune Can Be history of the he said. 8.30 a.m. to MO: b.m. ;Monday $111.11. $211.11 III
tUddleton said that while DO 'through Friday w until 1200
Tours When You Know Yout American Negro also published '
lUll hrkirlif FIR MEN AM IIIEft payment can be made during noon on Saturday to help person
Lucky Days by Thomas Y. CroweU Com;: 3 ill 4 titans-1 nl 2.1 hits
the first sit months of disability file disability claims: and
Lucky Colors, etc ENroll Now OF ILL ACES pan, an application can be ,take care of cthet social security
Send $2.00 for your filed as soon as a personknowsthat .matter: *. Kerry "kilt tie silictiii Is still fill
Horoscope Guide for Tak new PROVED NATUTE he Is going to be disabled
A NEW CLASS STARTS TABLETS for that tired, rundown for at least a year He pointed I
JANUARY EACH MaN DAY feeingtbatkeepayoutrom VETERANS!! oat that in some cases ci long IISTU1Uln'IlIrn HAGAN REALTY, BKR.72541II .
enjoying life, delays in the disabled
:till In'the blink below and Jickf0ivi.ltlirkir '100 Tablets $3.00tOQ<<1 Tablets Nl''', MINE! ,.". person misses filing; out altogether Master barber' to manage liy- -724-3I7I Night
mall 10 ZODIAC Post Office ,
IS.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S, some back payments. Friendly Baler Shop; 1251
Box 1171 Jacksonville,. Fb, Collin, EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES '111r3, 3 .II 4.. .pa Although we urge everyone West 3rd St,.:Mytcu; add Kegs. V.A.AF.HJU
Dept. FS, B937 If. Broadway. to ,file early for all types of Road See MM, !furls at shop
8TEEET NAME C30: DAVE STREET' Chicago Illinois 60628 IEIRIIN ALL HICK s.ruurltypaymenis,"'said ,after e p m. 353.0180. t Sells ITS PROPERTIES WITHOUT DBCKIMINATION

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n MFORI cONTEp AI1 LOADED WITH Starting Now to bfslAUS : .
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66 CADiLLAC SEfJA'J}: D LLE .. .. .. .$3595' Hospital Aide Class I '! I"", '
yFORT CONTROL AIAp NOITIONEDL I [CT WINDOWS, Cashler-Sales-Clerk '. 711-3471
RAMBLED MILES VINYI I ? ROOF. ckbisi CONTROL, Teachers' Aids you ire saran
G8 1 770 REBFL .;. .$2295 *
AUTOMATIC NI IONED, CAR, ItIH..TRANS FACPDRY wltm..[. I IFhiti, V1 AIR NUay CON cc Plano-Gultar-Theory.Band and .Orchestra Inst. .will' to ears yoir OWl noiiy ,this is ,l&s .'" '

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AIR CONO l A EO WITH rot/IPMaT.Its Chugs wit fo do, tl.PAIEITSI.
68 PONTIAta CATALiNA 4 DR. H'TOP $2995
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68 J."urtfl 500 G,4LAXIE , .. $21i95 Rilistnr 351.MIS Yoir child lot teed
65 CHEv. .IMP. SUPER: SPORT .$129; R L. Johnson acting president Rang "'& 'II

62 TVBIiTN. . .. . .. "'." ... .| 793 SINIEI 'AITIMATICtUSILE 'Refrigerator ....,, .bit tt" trtiiing gibed is i lewsboy

63 CHEvftolTT: IMPALA . .. .. ,8 795
VI, AUTOMATIC, UN. MALL HtJ'.SII1'HIi-1 fail 'be successful IN' liter life.
62 CADILMC CONVERTIBLE: ,,...$ 795 11_( gill' kelp : to

68 MUSTANG{HARP U\\\- I..RED...,. ... .. . .. .$2293 Sewing macnlne, Zlg! Zap. "SWEAT" PLAN '

"67 rI R t THlsp fSPT COUPE .. ;. :: $2095 Blind stitches, etc., buttonholes Original price decorates IIIUCAN' .lair, of .(be. ,most! siccessfil.*i were
,OWlIT1M .Tv fNO IR CONOITIONID; RADIO I. HfATIII. $300. Has a balance of $62 or 'J,,
reliable party In this area can Newsboys ,
R EVANS assume! $8 monthly payments '' INC, :
Will take older machine in ,
7113 :Start, A Route Aiywbere Yoi l Lit* li Florida ;;:. 1; '
trade. Ph. J51-lMe. Ask for KEN KNIIlT II. 1* : < ,,. .
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