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 11, 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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Black Politicians Take Over Majority. Of Offices In Hancock County Ga.

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, Local Racists U.L. Head Favors Sub-Cabinet Posts

SPAATA, Ga. Black po-

claas ..have gained control p '+ 4 b' 6F ** ** * *
'M stock I County in deep XJI
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ays of Reconstruction :

almosteebeilevtblebLetorlcal "HUS'BAN'DWIFE' FUSS
phenomenon has,
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brought a bit of. concern to .. '
whites who, in years past,never t rpv 1
thought that they might have to
reckon across the table with .
the Black man. LEADS TO SLAYING

in Sparta Central is the Georgia.county seat. It is 's ,, I

The Negro dominated three-

man commission LAccording took office on ,Victim', 'Ginned +* tiittLawmaker *, ** *
to rumors, those After Refusing' Whitney Young
whites who can afford to leave Opposes

aDd who apparently cannot ..
atoms the "takeover", are William R. Gifford, secretary Price Waterbous Foundation, presents Dr. Lucy Rose Adams Wife's Demands Says NegroesAre
preparing to evacuate.On with a check for 11,000 to encourage and suable qualified students to attend Florida AIM i

the other hand,the Negroes UDlrlf1.! and major In accounting. Dr. Adams is chairman of the Department of Busln.... 'An argument between man Grissett Plan As AvailableNEW f
in this town of 10,000 seem to Looking on are Dr. Sybil C. Mobley, professor of accounting and" Dr. L.W.'Beyland, dean. of 'and his wife last Friday ended
of the Collen of Arts and Sciences
.be enjoying the situation. In the death of the husband and YOflK-(NPI)-Wilt-
Negroes make up about .SO per the arrest and jailing of his ney M. Young, executive f
cent of the population. Dinia, Teacher wife "Step Backward" director National Urban
Two of the three County Commissioners Robbers Beat Aged ,Ctrl turUe, lr:, fI years old, League has expressed hope t
are Black. One of $19 Nixon Street died on arrival -: that "qualified< Black American
.the five rho: .aboard members Killed After'DO.lstlc at tie Duval Medical Councilwoman Sallye MaiMs originates from the pen of !" will be named to i
Is Black. The new magistrate, Cedter from a bullet wound In struck a strong and stinging Councilman Grissett. important subcabinet posts in
or "ordinary" is black and a Woman Tie' Victims Fuss the left side of his chest blow this week and termed A' "The proposed ordinance the administration of
woman. They were put into ,His chest had been punctured backward step; a proposal said the lawmaker "wouldchanr' President-elect Richard M.
office by Negroes because DANIA, Fit. '- A troward (ty S .20 gauge bullet.) which would eliminate the appointing the organisational Nixon. .
Negro voters' were 3 to '1 in school teacher was killed at .Mr> Katharine E. Cuffie, 42, of a Director of structure ftbe Cbart.r to make There are "plenty o?qualified >
ratio. And Take Map's.Car his home here last week by a'n I.:%af arrested at 25)1 Calvin Welfare for Jacksonville thus the welfare position a civil I
;No'vone seems to know what Dente policeman who was injvestigatlng Street at 9 p.m. the acme night.: downgrading the department; service job which would lessen
tbs ultimate outcome may be. a routine complaint,, Adpordlng to information Mr.aodUrs. placing it under a civil service the Importance of the ..welfareprogram"
Some foresee trouble- Sotniwhits The Cleveland Arms Apart ers". tied up Its / \ Cattle bid engaged In employe. < .Continuing, Mrs.i .. "i f

; e ..with money4 ileavr meats,, MZQ Cleveland wa* a.".. on West toenthstreet to ..aC: at 'thekFthoma ,. ll tt lsjipac0eadedloaP Mettle emphtaiped'Jackgom! ; :. '.' .' f)
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ant'tax* tilt same with, :-Twsdaycaittalty mooring, Cuffle'S'Ute'return" '. .. fill Jl.'sfUUixperienclngra.'period ; ." ",... ,
them Some art Afraid tolrtay'because .when'it .Ipjn.'hftimea. 3 Jewelry valued,tt ab" 1,7fl0ntCCOfdlejltopoBC1 :'; idol; fat tile beet ty Office.nue'waa ?l[ from shopping; While the' ar,' 'iii. *the Negroes now pay 'entered the ,office and forced. : ;: :; : y : .' 'A1nIIlAe 'p.,'JIf died almostlmmdlatelyc ;'' gument was going on the victim ;'. ;, '.>G dire need rot f the poor,Uie aged ,
only seven per cent of the county the mausger'Leesy.Bowers; The'robbers. raDt the'4Worbell Lee was' later' "is 'laid to have fired one shot ";. ., trJ .' and disabled. There are needs i"?W I
at the bomr:of Roland
taxes. manager Into a rear room,: suspended pending an investl-' from a shotgun Into the floor. far sirvlces other than a '
Hancock County is certainly according to reports nude by., Bowers 510rWest.lathStreet, gallon by the Broward County. Eurther' information revealed "payment check," that are' '!M :t!t tI'
not the richest In the state The Patrolman C.G. Powell and Sunday night One of the men, a Grand JurJ.Accorcllnr. that the victim had planned to : ) preventive protective, and '
medlam< family income is Patrolman E.W. Partis. white ,man, Identified himself to police Pierce drive Orlando at about lOp.m .ft I': ; rehabilitative in character. An ,.t' I
J2.14S. Eighteen per cent of The two Negroes apparentlyIn as a patrolman and said that had fired four times,through He packed his shotgun In his 'j: rf. 'r; expanded program is needed ".. I
the their twenties,. mad his compe.Dlona.1t.croes;were : { that would staff with .:..
housing has.completeplumbing. the front door of his home car and told Ms wife te vas employ a
One thirdof a(arms a thorough search of offices., his prisoners He said he had before the officer returned fire. ,going to move|IP with his toother.: ., .. special .skills resulting in the WHITNEY M, YOUNG JP'
are operated by the poorestof They found $2,000 in cash Ins captured tIIemwhenb..awthembr.aklnr Pierce was found lying,, face Later Cuffie and a friend Pawls!: "" development of new techniquesfor '
Negroes. 'briefcase and fled. They kept Into berl.MOIIcrletRoad down in the hallway of his home, Davis, Jr., got In his car to go the so-called hard core, Black men" to serve In high
Segregation rears its bead .all tenants who came In tauter Service Station with an itallanmadeplstolsearhis to Mrs.Emma' Hayman Mrs., pressing 5901 a1 1 and economic- positions, he said, in the wake
verywbere The Sparta lab-, their'guns and forced' then As soon u they were admitted body. .. Culls got Into 'the car.- The. ', values oi helping people to help of Nixon's election of an all-
maellte, the whit Journal, has into a rear room also. the burglars produced weapons According to police records, three went to the Haymanbome.Cuffie j themselves. Such a program white cabinet.
a ''Co1o>red News" page, the After another robbery, duringwhich one sawed-off shotgun and two the.deceased man slapped his placed the loaded gun 1J could eventually lead to many While Young was mildly
back page. The medical clinic two teenagers. beat an, pistols, tied up Roland Bowers, wife in the face and told her to' on the care; according to police:. .COUNCILWOMAN MATHS families being able to get oft' critical of Nixon for not naming
has separstoquartors The John' old woman and a woman clerk,. Mrs ,Bowers and their leave the house. Two officers' He refused Us wife's demands relief! as they help themselves."' 'a Negro to tilt .cabinet,-the i
Hancock Academy, white,, is a Ronald E,1.ewls'ZOt9 Mon' daughters. They used cordtrom'a were unable to find the house 'that he get back fathe car and with Mrs Rutb,lanagasactlag ''Councllwoman' Matbis .was tlvU.rlghllleader added: "If
recent tanovatla. A six-foot. crier Road, was incited and, ventlan blind and wire cut Immediately because of a dif r.tarD.llome: ,"$ '" director of the welfare division strongly critical of almost not a major calamity"' .
Ugh fence SUfi 0UDdI It, emphasizing charged with robbery. AccordIng from .the telephone, according ference in the 'UquDCe of Mrs;;' CaUl', otfiCers'tald; here; made It plain speaking immediate and "frequent" The Urban League director
tilt importance of the to Patrolman l-D. Gallups to Sergeant A.B. GUbreath.. numbers. Mrs. Pierce'' called 'grabbed the shotgun and fired before a special committee that clanged in the new Charter and, denied reports that some
schoel. arresting officer t.blood.was onLewis1 A systematic search of thr.bouse within an hour for assistance! ones.;'Her husband fell,' the present Charter provides pushing her opposition, said, Negroes were asked ty Nixon
However, then is optimism. clothes. This robbery produced Sl.OOO in cash again and said'Ibe needed a mortally wounded,on the rtreet. for appointment of a director "Consolidation promised to serve in the cabinet but declined
Commissioner John McCown-. occurred ,shortly after U well U Jewelry valued at, patrolman tq accompany her Cuftl,', ,mother and four men by the mayor. The councilwoman progress, increased services because of pressu-e from
wants Federal help the holdup: of Orr's. .Grocery. .1700 an. automatic pistol. and' homer : were., in tile house: when the Implied that the new Revisions in the Charter should die Negro community. .
Negro history has 'certainlybeen 2201 OrchardAt a rifle. Officer Lea- "one. of the two shO< made In the county Right 7 p.m. Monday two youngsters Jackie Morgan, a friend of the policemen accompanied Mrs. According to the record the eliminate the department; of made, especially when they are offered a cabinet post t by Nixon
after rot's Voting Rights Act faces covered, Invaded family came to the house during fierce around her home. There victim had six shotgun shells welfare as a separate unit. The made to fit persons! Into a and doubts that he would have
was Implemented James H.. KassM's Grocery. ,!JJ01 Fairfax the robbery and was bound hand was no response at the front and a spent shell In 1111 pocket.. "backward step" proposal position who don't meet Charter taken one If he had been asked.
Smith mentalhospltaTemploye! and took about $70 Women's 'and foot. Morgan'scarwasnsed.for door. Mrs. Pierce went around qualifications "I think what I'm doing Is
woo a ectloa to become th. rst' ,.stockings.covered fcelr faces. escape, according. to the the house to rap on a window., Mrs.. Flanagan (acting more Important to the nation'
Negro on the County Commlssion. Three men' one posing u a sergeant.. 'It was then that the four shots' Powell Makes PlansFor director) was called upon to and my people be said.
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.'Toe next spark was the.lection polfammn with two "prison ** *, rang out. Mrs. Pierce ran. Lee explain the program as It According to Young, Nixon
of Negro Robert ,ducked behind his ear. Pierce operates now. Mrs.Flanagan consulted him' about possibleNegro
mgram, CO, of the Georgia Aleiesie YMCA Ordered lyJsdfe later came to the door armed\ claimed that, because of the choices for the cabinet.
Council on Human Relations. with the shotgun H* ordered New Leadership lack of,, funds, the department "". gave him some names,"said
to the sclIOJI board. Te DiscrlrIaatiei the officer off hlsnroDertv.Let ... has lagged behind and has been the Urban League director,who
''McCown defeated white County told him todropthegun. I.Pierce, WASHINGTON Adam Harlem and called anews forced to operate on I short added that Nixon definitely did
Commissioner J.T. Stanton,Jr .., .. .. Clayton Powell has returnedto 1 budget. Mrs. Flanagan said the. not ask him to serve...
BIRMINGHAM Ala. (NPl .." according to Le*, started back: conference, Abyssinia
at intervals
plaintiffs '
and Edith Jacqueline Ingram the hallowed halls of primary purpose of the depart- Young went on to declare that'
December 13. into the bous.,but turned around Baptist Church where he is
Friday its an
notice bypUistlfts'counsel
was elected magistrate. pon after the lawmakers ment is the rehabilitation of the Black community is "mar
Congress :
unlucky day for YMCAiIaa Crow to defendant of intention u if to fire. It was then..that. pastor He revealed that, under
IfcCown': is executive director : ,voted HI to 160 for his return. House families on relief segregated now than it was a
the oUIcn'fiFed' rules the author oft
In I court. On that date U.X. to so Inspect. eAdv "
.of the privately-funded Council w However Congressman Powell'' Mrs Flanagan disavowed any year ago.
District J the
on Human Relations. Miss ', dge Seybora H. 1t Is further ordered that will suffer penalties and will knowledge of "specific cases"of Negro Amerlcans'are, on the
'mgram Is a teacher Lynne ruled favorably ,on t defendant pay the costs la this sor Ian all seniority. His new people not getting welfare whole better off today than a*
Dr. Franklin ,Green, 44, lawsuit filed by the Rev L.B. action and the same are hereby seniority" begins with the date 9 assistance who need it. The year ago he said, but "so is
mayor, Is the sole white on the Brown fend James Carpenter 'taxed against the defendant. 'of the swearing In. :acting director said the budget everybody.. ,
county Commission Walton, Leamoo Brown, Rev: 1..B.1CarpeDler "1ba court retains ions In addition to that Rep.Powell of $500,000 provides for.about Negro progress, he indicated,
white, made It for sheriff'' and on behalf of: 'diction of this cause. win pay a fine J29.000 over .545 families. can be measured only in terms
IfcCown played politics. Although themselves others similarly "Done this, the 13th day of the next twelve monthi. His Councilwoman Mathls, as of its relationship to Americans1.
.( he was In Atlanta, be' situated, versus YoungMen's .Dec.mber.I9..." monthly salary check will be' :proof of the que.tlmnablt IaC-' In general
purchased a lot, startedahoose'in Christian Association In action, a docked by $1,190. inderlying the new
Sparta became I resident Annlston, Ala.. motion for summary Judgment Congressman Powell, at'the proposal, outlined thedeclsions! Announces
Judge Lynne in tilt r"couut'clecr" .has been film Is the pending .ArnlY'
Economically the county la at swearing-in ceremonies, held made in the present charter
low 'ebb. IIcCon'.JI that,, said: "This cause IS''no 'CUe .of, alleged membership his usual aplomb. Exile without of Chapter 4 Article 7.There: .
Federal funds.will ease the' submitted upon the agree- fffj partlcljxUlcQ discrimination pay did not seem to affect him. 'the' Department of Welfare' Plans For Promoting
discomfiture of the many county. I meat and stipulation of the by Birmingham! YMCA. ? The'decision Congress. stands out as a functional unit
Negroes He has already asked ''parties made by and through' Tb action, 'set for Bearing seemed of little concern. He REP. ADAM C. POWELLresolution :Section 7.401 reads in part:' 27 Negro OfficersTwentyseven '
for $197,000 for technical their COUllllI'of record,to tilt January 17 before' VX.,Judge! stepped briskly to the dais In "The head of the Departm.ntI '
THOMAS W .FLOYD automatically
'assistance for a staN and for effect that the defendant's board H.H,,. Gr.m. was brought by Congress and took oatil.I'ApPUUtlJ.tbe i be the Director of Health Negro officers1
becomes chairman of
setting up a multipurposetraining ': of directors has, by vote taken .Dr.,T.L. Alexander, prominent ,Thomas W. 'Floyd, president: actions of which is set a'H committee did and Welfare who shall be" appointed have been selected for
at a legally convened-meetingin 'Birmingham! dentist on behalf of Opinion News Syndicate up. colonels In an''
center.. On the other Congress have' Dot dulled the not elaborate on the of by the mayor. The promotion to full
Annlston, Alabama en the of his daughter, Michele: D.. Gary, toe., has been asked by to '
hand, Mayor Green said that the Solon's enthusiasm. An Idol of his idea.He said that the pov.rtyprOl1'IJ'D Director of Health and Welfare attempt encourage more
25th day,of .November. 19(1 Alexander. An amendment Join-, President-elect Richard Nixon to matt the servicesa
outcome of the election may his area In Harlem he already is not forward shall told the degree of doctor Negroes
unsolved and, directed .tllat 'ing Booker T;Coffey/Ir ; to. to identify talented for
cause white Industry to move : '' has announced plans tor getting too well. of Beltcla\ from a recognised career.'
.membership In and to the defendant the complaint, has been added., Inclusion in' Nixon's Admini This'' action will double the
Be claims real estate transactions up .close to'',the top of the The ,, parried school of medicine and
have decreased by 40 and the use and enjoy.meat One 'or .the' several branch strat1ola:A visual aid designer mountain again. One many be licensed to practice Dumber of Negroes now classified -:
of the facilities of TllC '1 to the all-Nero 18th",, at Inland Steel Company East that questions. question was: colonels ant will set
per cent and the price of a- ,He said on January 4 heU1 "Do yon feel you're buying a. medicine, In the State of Florida u j
defendants shall henceforth be Street branch. 'rile'all-Negro Chicago lad. Floyd ft Jjcpresident ';. In the stage for promotion of the**'
developed' land .has dropped.' Miracle '.try to regain some of the seat?' Powell said, "Well, addition ,'the'Director of
The furniture garment, pulpTaad -' open to members of the public branch is being relocated In of Products, powers held during his tenureu 1'1i1D Health and Welfare shall possess men to the ranks: of generals:
maTH emancipated
lid industries under terms and conditions applicable what Is described u the SirmlsghSD's Ins, and II'oa tile board of (chairman of the Hots a mut.rt1lCleactcltrr" The Army has bad only twoNegro .'
quarrying slave. B wouldn't be a bad Idea
alike to all person, : downtownara',, directors of AU-Stato Investment Education In health related generals,BrlgadlerGa-
an operated with, Integrated a and Labor Commit' if had to. public or r
regardless of Rich persona five blocks Corporation. H said he every '
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approximately teat'pa field and shall have five years oral Frederick E. Davison;
employment his .
In" the. stare closed Commlsilos race;color or creed.:I the',Metropolitan." :TMCA.:. The is sure be was chosen u a !PoweU said"he will,offer .Y: buy Mr.Powell seat. was asked. experience la public health deputy commander of the IWto
"It Is ordered that cleteadll t', 18th Street : branch toad to referral source because of his
In tieoam *
resolution touching oo the public welfare or a',related Light Infantry Brigade -
meetings will also .whether,be will return his wife, '
shall keep or CUM to be kept' serve U a generalYMCA tar: being listed In "Who's Who: field.Cosicjjfflia. and retired Brigadier'
sntkymrty task force. "
to the paW membership ntH available'' the In the In the Midwest Directory.a" to. lilt pa/roll. The answers 1: ". "
Negro group Binning- fAr the ceremonies Congress Crlssett has General Benjamin O. '.Davis, '
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company ,


After the stormy end. unpredictable events of 1968, it w&i'i: be
MEMBER \ THE JOHNSONADMINISTRATION either aa exoepUt.f'l/ brave nan or a fool who would dare to'

predict what will happen In the coming twelve mr nttus. Hut II v,
can't predict the future at least we can pinpoint some oneerap
that will alert us what to watt for In the new year

,'l\1GRO: PRE t'D'4 -\TIONALEQIbT1MPS01MANAGINR ... Y This year than w f 111-,1St 118, more becausewe unpredictable

YHA>>t r/ have a new President and a

\ .. new administration, Right DOW,
I EDITOI j they represent a b'l' question
I CABINETSECRETARYNlA1UQhFW4SNIHG70N,0 mark; only time vUl tell how
will respond to the
C. Washington
4 RESERVE BOARD President-elect Nl** cam-
MAILING ADDRESS ; J pLaned on a call tor unity tat
;+, ASSISTANT SECRETARY that Is certainly what the nation

2323 MONCRiEF ROAD OF LABOR needs today. The di ision __
.' UNDER SECRETARY cuas'jd by the war and the cries for racial JusiJoe' can only be
COMMERCEASSISrANrUsA"ORlty healed by a unified nation! determined to bring real equality'
P.O.. BOX 599. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32281 to all Its citizens. MoM campaign oratory Is forgotten after 13
election but this i. one promise that can't go by !the boards.
354-6712 t :. .,. r QCHEKAL Leadership must come: from the President and how Mi Nixon
PHONE 1 DIRECTOR OF EQUAl.OPPORTUNITY tackles the urban tfd r cUl problems of our times will ter.
4 '- r whether the/ promised "unity" or whether
mine we the
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MIAMI OFFICE 5011 M.V 7th AYE.. EMPLOYMENT divisions will deepen, ultimately to overwhelm al.:
> ; Reports In the press Indicate that badly-neededsociat pro aa"

'" PHONE 751-3879 \ ,. COMMISJIONcETC.'HE may be cut back, of at pest, frozen at present levels There is

t"' I. also a lot of talk about acincCederal.ctloll! with private: efforts
', 1 SUBSCRIPTION.RATE ." I and with releasing federal tax revenues to the states rather thai i
( using them for a "national attack on urban pi oblems. If this is'
One Year:$12.00 Half Year, $7.00. .Jla1 ed To You true, then the outlook for urban peace and an end to poverty is .
bleak. rYe always Laid that the private lector must become mare
In The United States
Anywhere and that local
involved problems
solving social governments
Subscription Payable In Advance DID MORE TO ADVANCE THE 'CAUSE OF, RACIAL > must ha'e more tools to better solve their problems but this'

JUSTICE, THAN. ANY PREVIOUS. CHIEF' EXECUTIVE' ? can't be done at the expense of desperately needed federal,
Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR.-PO.BOX 599 JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL programs Poverty, urban decay, and racial unrest are nations'

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 problems and only massive national action can solve them.
One trend that will grotf even stronger In the coming yea will!/.
be the black demand for a chare in the Control over the institutions

WHAT'S NEXT IN EDUCATIONWhen HE CARED that shape tM lives of black people Last yea sat
conic rotations that focused on the black comm'ty'. Insistence
.................................................................. on decentralisation of big city school systems wHt participation:
we !lo k at our colleges and universities we wonder whether ; In their 1 control going to parents of community 19\ihUl!
revolution Is more important than education, whether violence t .' YOUR WEEKLY see an intensification of this trend and Its spreaJ to demandsfor
t twill overbalance understanding and whether we may have to go i commmity/ participation in other areas as well Other city

back to an old adage "Ignorance is bliss!I" 'services. such as tiki city services such as the police sanitation
Throughout the year colleges of all complexions have been and economic programs as well will feel pressure from the
plagued with trouble. We donot question the validity of arguments .ghetto for democratic citizen participation In their control.
and we do not presumo to become involved with either side. We j I think this will be accompanied by greater unity among black
simply question the policy of cutting off front the techniques HOROSCOPE GUIDE i people. The name-calling; aodheadline-grabblngthat soma peop4!
of education those who want to complete their work In their Indulge in will recede wit/ the greater understandingof the need

particular areas.. ._ for black unity in the face of the evils of racism.
The governor of California recently stated that education must With Increased political maturity sophistication, will coma
pursued at St. Francisco State College even at the points of E ,. ASTROLOGER more emphasis; on programs relevant to our situation I foreseer
bayonets. Shall we substitute bayonets for pencils?Can furniture, ly PAILQ voter registration, consume' education and economy.: leU.he'p

destroyed at the point of anger, suffice for intelligence? The ,: programs. replacing demonstrations of anger;
question Is difficult to answer. But, there Is still the question. I. > ):, :, '.. 1( g I While no one can say for sure that riots won't occur I feel" that
The cycla of education has not produce what cycles have produced 1 t WHICH ARE''YO'UR LUCKY'DAYS" : : we may have seen the last of large-scale summer outbursts
in other fleldi. Science has made radical changes.' Music I : I. I ,a r I Unless of course, they art provoked by an Insensitive establishment
has changed radically;Home Ute has changed. that seeks t01larthe opprelSblakPeople. But it is clear
However, education seems to remain somewhat in a rut. Man I.. FORBUSINESSLONETRAVEL I today that riots don't result in progress, and that the time has
does not seem to realize that there is. only one. way out- i come for the black community to organize Itself and to woi'
education.: towards (changing: the system through achieving economl: and
If prejudice has been practiced, It should be eliminated If I political power.
deliberate efforts ontbat of those in .
tier have been part charges !
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perhaps a reevaluation of principles might help. Confrontation ....-..-.-.--..--..--.-..-..-.-.-..-.--..--.-..--.-..--..: -..-.--..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- -.-.-.-.-.- I-.................'I GOVEI.NIENY'AND

Is a word which seems to take on more import as the days go .
by. It taxot jiecessarlly the size of the table nor the shape of AIIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN
that forces fit at the t ,. .-, .
the tably'JBs, Important topping .table r\
and dlsccf wt problems. } .J > l.j I) 'uiia. IIICI'l:' .1I1o!og,10RN,9MEr, : t tr lOll ;:SEPIVEvade ; v1i9l'i6lihLIECAU., .1 "'{ c hat.t ;iSa']
been maWjbV
With/ u rtnoHiSWl Blls dastructlotf reactions No go? disgust school 'can VHsillusWrVenuntowkR well advance i! -11i[ F jl*IEI:Hsi;- j I 221.-' JILT, lilt .. i3rd ";:'act 14t '13 t1 jii.J :jnr.., ' '
beyond Its thinking power. Education In America is still rather "Check the role*. There'are them: There ""are Individuals president.
Take stock; It sometime 1* 'It's'one big hurdle.. Aa'rar a* 'itls Comes it history
stereotyped burdened with tradition, pock marked with schism.It statutes and regulations covering who pose as friends announcement a needy time, at a time to
are concerned lift i
to look backward you one
may be that those who oppose certain tactics they allege necessary almost every phase and but who do not miss a single continuous obstacle Sure important to all. .
are being followed by the school hierarchy right They might not Just to feel sorry for one-i action of our live*.Consequently opportunity to spread slander race. The office of the Jconoraic Development Administration! : has
enough u soon as have
be wiwg. In the field of mathematics, there is no circumference self, but to determine Just where when doing something Important 'and gossip. In the guise of to think you given the National Business League 1550,00 "In .technical
of Ideals reason you are pulling "
some ,our plans or assistance funds
without a diameter or a radius. A figure, supposedly a square, inch a* breaking off amusing the company gathered head the hurdle
biggest of
is "complete ,without the four borders Therefore, the intentions have gone wrong. It vital ties, selling or .buying! a around to listen, they recount them all looms ahead.This The ,League announces also that the money will be used to
Is too late to alter one'sways Just
house, or making extensive continue the funding of Project Outreach a highly successful
revolutionaries In college and the administration must get so-called Interesting anecdotes
to be the
seems of the
and to rechart a coursethat it it to find pattern) program which pr0vlda training, counselling and technical
alterations prudent ,
together. If we loso time in education we lose money and than can cause dissension in Satirniaa
still lead to the desired sign, generally
out first of all Just what services to distressed minority businessmen In' designated
you I
jeopardize our progress families and disrupt otherwise
: destination. Arlau wbo're used can and cannot do. Some event harmonious speaking. One must take the target areas. Ten cities will profit from the fund. ,
* to take mldseason vacationsto unions. Be rather long range view of things how This Is not It
connected with romantic cultural cartful! about a large allocation in any sense of the word. Bu',
furnishing anyone ever In order to the
balmier regions may now club, social domestic see true Is a definite indication of the fact that the small Negro businessman
of that
work on their Itineraries with. Interests may turn out to be sort with any picture In Its entirety. Many need not go without. Th.Wrence. too, is that the government
I material that could be used
Tell It Like It Aint the object of starting out. Of to who have ran the full course Is
an exciting as well u uplifting detriment. The fruits of willing to help those who try to help themselves
your can attest to the fact that
coarse, not everybody leave ,
experience. Don't be misled by :gainful ,endeavors be of It lswUe! for us to remember that all help snot to be givenIn
may those who
their Jobs or responsibilities wishful thinking or Impractical were leading at the! area of social work or education. Food, clothing and shelter
STOP reaped or utilised to impressa
the start
THE CLOCK.It's at are trailing tar behind
any given But if it can nuuUouln\q dkingin are primary in Importance for the man. No community:
tine tot Black-Negro readers and Black newspapers to get be arranged the benefits to be erroneous decision or commit potential mate. Simply leave while/ Ur or. Mn. Capricorn can well exist without the small businessman average No "distressed"
together and "Stop the Clock!I" By that we mean that a race man derived In the way of restfulness the risk-taking to other who victoriously crosses the tape. business '
ment. There man can a ecead. The
are more promising margin o. profit Is also a part
in the future the Black medium of can better absorb losses when This outlook is what
must be a better race man and refreshed energies would possibilities for fruitful makes it of the smaller buslnef
Information mast be a better medium beginning tight now, be they worthwhile to struggle and to
certainly worthwhile. Decisions talks and profitable dealings.. Mr. Burrell emphutzes" the) Importance of economic development
Thirty or .40 years ago, the Black Journal was awaited by the can be put off until next I occur.SCORPIO refuse to wait for the final In the Negro community. Ross D. Davis to Mi.
according .
Black citizens. wanted to read about the latest. Of month coast of ten after ,
Every Negro lining, case, ;LEI receiving Bur i ell, has been most: valuable in Implementing: this
course, we nut remember that there're not u many Kef' LOIN OCT. what, for many others- Is a It Is up to the Negro businessman: to prepare himself for use.
papers as there are today. TAURUS BONN MY, 24ll knockout blow. 'of whatever funds he nay need '
have decent outlet for his her n.w.t. 22U
If the Negro Is to a or Business
22ii bus In",* and continual,
will certainly have to be the Negropress.That's good. There are' RUIN mil Mi. ZZilm AQUARIUS welloperatewlthoul
of The Black! rtant In the
programs. : man lmp>
many reasons One of the most Important is that Blacks can 2011 Answer the call There be mainstream
MY can of
2ltl Don't presume. While thepeislmlst IOIN JAN., business. But,In order to get Into that mainstreamand
get Jobs.
such a thing u being too strict to keep his head ,bov. the
the can cite facts and'gur.s swelling current, he most: slmjty
However Negro press must"aimply get up off Its knees and with oneself with m FEI.
Hake believe: Of course, you u others. A un. ba read,.
and This Is time of complete galore to back up their
quit crying begging consorting. a
blame Ie.* life can be a
nave secret cares. Who hasn't? Joylessone. Throughout America
then to
honesty. One spells out its circulation without blushing, dark outlook concerning the I II Provide a lift. Associates can Nero business can look forward
paper Too much
cause me editor tells the truth; Another paper hides between But you perforce /have discovered I future, it should not be sufficient can turn one Into attention a duty /have their low days and their help.should/.? community, U not a part of the marara.-tl program
that strike
circulation lines and basks In the un: of Journalistic complacency by now it doesn'tdo cause for Leo to swell their This high days, Just like everybody out pr consideration Tali'I. not a butdautprograms
bit of to let It show may be one reason why Bather
a good It U
remains program designed to develop assist
However, many do not seem to realise. ranks. There always ; the older and else. It's a big part of your ,
Some of our Negro newspapers are getting raggedler at the The reason for this may be that ,the unexpected which in .due : have so younger much cen.n'UOIII Job .to provide the counterbalance .and the encourage Pie Ne o buIlnesamn B Is simply. an elaboration, :
difficulty Bible
other don't like tote remindedof on
"ears". Spelling '< bad. Punctuation is worse. There is no real their own troubles and muchprefer 'time, reveals the why/ and to know and understand each to keep them from!"!:; tajunctly, -Be: ye also ready! .
White give strong Importance to looks. ; wherefores for everything that to either extreme. It could be '
excuse. newspapers
other. Getting Into the
to the hour spirit
Sometime Negro newspapers appear to nave been thrown In the company pas of someone of who day happens: And,' u past history of the time and developing somewhat of a problem tocome THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY

together by blind Journalists It's no wonder our papers cannot cheer them up Instead. .The has confirmed more than once, a capacity for having fun could up with the proper technique,

win contests. c the long-sought lifelong part', ,this U how the world pro-r work miracles In the way of but with a real effort, it can Jan 9, 1911: Revolt b); slaves in Louisiana ,
Black editors, many in their sixties and seventies, must bring peoples have eyolved'and/ evoking romantic iltuatlon be done. Discount rumors, malicious "
net, should be nothing, !
la new talent, new features, new thought They must do that or or no one, standing in the way. 'greased to aa astonishing'degree. However, Scorpio ia general talk, or trends that are Jan t, mi: The Civil War began
continue to bask at the Fountain of Youth of ProgressiveJournalism 'In the latter event, there maybe Most of yon really don't are quits Justified In upholding manufactured to trap the unwary .
Of course, we must remember "Ton can lead have to won y unduly about what on this day. Personal good Jan 9 1926. '
high principle aid certain : Enter tiiper
quite a wait before the obstacle Sammy Darts Jr bore.
U to come u long u are i Judgment backed Tas ..
mule to water, but you can't make him drink. I* removed. But with the you i code of behavior./ Without any by Intuition : "
There are a few Black Journals which are improving doing what' needed right now, at and prompt action, should- Jan. '
Taurean determination being all the world would sooths me: James* Varlet, first superlat.ndeat: of the AME:
appearance,:slowly But, we ask the question, "Why are they what/ it is, it I ta fairly sure and building up'assets. for the In aa' utter' Mate of chaos. enable you td carry the day to Zion Church was bot-illn Kewburgh, M.?. t. .
>o slew. ?" There are glimpses of genius every Black paper. that the desired results will, day"and way.. : ) \ your credit-and profit.
But,there,are also evidences of plain downright refusal to later be achieved. Jan. 11. uel Pr',14nt
c" sooner or SASInhlIIS PISCES : B Lescol of, Halt driven into
fllGI political exile
change.We by aa
saver there are no cities now with streetcars. The one la GEMINI. : IIIN JOIN junta ,
San Francisco 1* a tourist attraction The old traction elevator ..'I li t lEI .
ha* given way to the mlle-a-mlnute accommodation, Dowdiness uuiim2lif .Ur' ; .1 .: 2111. >;States II was, 1101 born: Abrallatn. Lincoln, lath President_, or the United

has been transformed into elegance, .;];iiiu. zjtt I .' Negro Journalism almost need a rebirth.Wealthy publishers, ft'* work not chance. It's the Fate has its way. One may be a shortage there or any JaD. II, 1110: Birth d.Dr. Johnson
Mordacal !
poor publisher, renowned writer, poor writer need to get' Do what youmust.lfeonditions house that 1* painfully put up, captain of one's chip. But one, king of a dilemma, it simply 1s, ,' emeritus, Reward VA1..eraIty. .., ,, 'presdeilt-
together and mull over the problems of the Black newspaper call for a policy of retrenchment block by block on a solid nevertheless, 1* confined within not possible to wish It away. ;

One of the greatest white newspapers got its tart through no amount of wishful, foundation, .that usually withstands its dimension.'The great cetanof The right people have to be Jan II, 'IMt: rirat held.
man who knew absolutely nothing about JounuOlsm. Bedh: knew thinking is going to change them.' the moot severe storm: I mysterious depths surroundit consulted. or the proper convention of Negro labor was .

the nature of the times. He knew that men under him were entitledto The Indications are that people Those that are erected with ; ,.;and it U not possible to :measure taken, to cope with Jan. IS, 117.: C.C 41to1Dt became lieutenant. to W.
promotions and to encouragement and tolfttterpay for better aa well as countries are fast whirlwind rapidity with whatever penetrate it without the hand y matters_ that only harden the I B. Kellogg in Loulalnl! ." '. t governor
work.In running into realltle, and the chance brings 'year way )fate leading the way. By tte, longer one tries to Ignore them. : .
196t the Negro newswriter must read and study more. Let' need to meet them squarely and will tumble. at the first puff of f same token, our earth is flying Action of a positive kind, and In IS, uel! TIlt gourPteeioms Britain
not clap anything onto a page. Let' use some Imagination./ The courageously, A little less demanding adversity. The came may besaid through space in the sun' pathto it may have to do with money, and the United Stat... procJaJzaecI, Great
Negro editorial must continue to have u it* essence crusading, and more willingness of the economy Joint or where and for what purpose? ,too, should be quit* .
not for slavery-Frederick Douglass did that-fcut.t for what the to work could go far to bring I personal. Such problems, u Only counties age will tell. ia providing the needed answer Jan 14,'1907:' Jamaica .
great Douglas would want were be living-rights and more come a the more critical problems -. well u ee rtain intimate matters 1 sad we donot even know whether or' protection. While this may, earthquake occurred... : ,.

rights! .- ,_ !, to a favorable solution. that may be weighing on the man will be here to Mice It.: not be pleasing from personal Jan H, 19JJ: Bishop
Tte Negro Journal must develop so great an attractiveness that Toe could Itt eacelleatexiW'In conscience, should be taken op m the meantime' we must accommodate point o? view, we often have 'died. piintj. T. Tanner. AYE Church leader
It will bet welcome u every:white home..There,we must get 1 mil! connection; and discussed with the one and ourselves to lift fact unpleasant task or' "

more circulation. The Negro newspaper. must. come out of thewhite ;n Some who hare com a keg' Call True love will lot be ,' oa the globe, and the social condition to accomplish a .lID. IS, 1111: Desk .
family'/ kitchen! s -" j jway. and who feel that the toe shakes thereby, oily patterns ,that, !hive been established larger purpose. Once Ptsceansi secretary WU hors tq AndersonPict.os. ., gho> and NA4CP,
'If you cu Me that it ilat that way anymore yotfU work to retire I* c tllac closer' ,reinforced: I'. also a fine day the 'eou, with u good 'i have done their part ttty... 'oath Carolina 'jI'
towed malttsg It what It should bet KeaJatta says!1Iar1lllltt1". should s.e to It lilt the tCCIIo- tor avowals and proposals when. t crau U we can muster and all .to beassuredotfrlendlyst.poet : '.

That,mean, Itt'f work together! w '", > '\ale situation remain stable ,they,com*from the heart. t the hope we can hold.- from those..'who wish them well, :' College, Ate'!,Cs..sad died,gg. Archer, president. Mor5ouses

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UUtlll liiiliT 11.""ISIS sin'rims; EAU J

I Southern U. Women's Dean Says "Truly Integrated" Life Is On The Horizon -. I

Moled EQ' etorS.ys Frai_dica EDUCATIONAL

I Art Advises- Young I
Posey People

Results Frea Artifficiil terriers ; >I. .... '7 "'--7". 1NATLIUL ROUNDUPMdBKDNBESn

new era of.equality betel j. ? has been assailed bf me 1NAACP. .....
at counselors the
to help :
ttt races ...also theMweaabesteuoathehort corps ; WUBIBGTORlftIcIDoI )- Almost oae half of thedry's
yosagjtiis art their parents { .
officials acres the Hack: students are atmtegrated
cope with the transition hrto the ,
son, sccardmg to a guardedly wee schools. aatkm brace for me poss>dWy schools, but Ash-
optlmlitfte PJcUca.Jt bf ef more student. unrest, alter berry Butler, a school-board
Her ciperleKM had
WIe Biter Moore.dna aI ,Mrs.personal Moon to beUm that 't }: a hO m orfbreaka durmg the. member, said Ibis.Is only a
,. Soothtn University. CkrUtmai holidays that pro- ".* statistic. *. dousnt
woe Kouge. people cat accomplish almost TUad the officials a chuce to mesa very moeh..'..........,
anything item work to-
The occariosforthepMdkticsiwas they ii i. f devise sew. strategies for deal- because Ia some schools,there
gether. She feels that the
the third anaualcaa'ertuceof cooperative effects of the civil ., ; mf with the dl.ardastentasadtoSaa ; Is only a Ida .-heral"cgrastudentssometime +
FnaelseoaateCoDeg oaly ese r I Iertwo.
the National Organisation ; \
rights movement hare already ** '
WOMB (HOW) Wd B Atlanta. brought abort a psychoiocieal and other seeats ofynuthfri .
mrs....Isacharter .. tarbalsace. Officials
revolution which she describeem :
ber of BM orgaalsitlasi sad.bu these words, "Taa buck man :: were hoping that the Christmas SCHOOL GOTH GBAHT
had calmed the NEW Harlem
erred aa Its national vacation YORK-CHPI -
board II not going to let anyone treat
aturtysts don enough prompt Preparatory School two-year**
smct the
(rap wruestabl1slletIa him lit he Is
October. 13S*. a boy anymore. ;; them to study. for. a change oH pioneer ta "rectabalaf"aeigaborhood ..
to gala a sew image
Is a black womaa she Li- .....1 of rioting. youth hadeiawho
CMC in the eyes of his woman, lilt
ban dropped out of the conventional -
a parallel between ber parUclpatloa his peers and la the eyes 01""the,, -J a1r
"REPAIR BREACH"1YW school system, has
hi tile Black struggletor white world as we l." .
duality and bar simitar The lady educator believes y kc YORK -CRPQ De- received a 173,000 grant from
cozen that womeate admitted aIIInIIaUca of the public Standard Oil Company.;
that .
me caa support _
I I schools will aot unit
Into tan participation la the _
women's drive to obtam equal _
mainstream of American We. opportunity and proudly notes 1- __ directly la better teaching and. Florida A&M IRE

Mrs Moore has shared both that her husband c : learning far minority group

eoKems tor as lone as she canrememoer to be acute organisationsts entourages'ber MAN i iyri pP but ft will "repair the Lee Unit MeetsThe I
breach between school and
and believes these *)". .I. almost
as was
'* UtE Lee Chapter at ,
eommnaity, author Robert A.
ideals were fostered! by ber too tired to come to this conference '
Florida Dntverstty Akaaal -
Dentist has asserted b aa
parents and the religious :> ," she said "but be
Association win med for
article entitled "For Lie at
brlngtag she received as she reminded me of what we're
<< yA
hoar Saturday at M p.m.
Control of the Schools-the one
grew op m Georgia. worUng for and insisted IIIIt
it 1965 at the Myrtle
Atlantic Mostly Defiler arguedthat January ;
"My parents
gaze strong I
reliflois foundation which all ....-area paredswast Avenue Branch Library.
NOW was two years
for their children the Mud of The croup) Is la the process
Wired BM from tile hordes of ago by 300 men and women to
control which ,"privileged of punning a reception: for
batesill Doted
Considering bring women into the
President Benjamin L. Perry.
suburban and small-town tax
some of tile from lees
mainstream of American life
early childhood which ...,.,. have had routinely for A special InrltatioalseiteBlsdto
were with the opportunity to share all recant graduates sad
man ban a centurV'
traomaiically imprinted upon an its privileges and respoo- { Alumni of Nassau, St Joba,'
her memory, Mrs M>..fe is slbllltles In truly equal PACE ASSAILED and Dater counties.
grateful that she was not left partnership with men. Other
HOUSTON (!NPI) The Oar executive secretary
filled with hostility. She witnessed prominent women active with "..., mediocre" pace of George W. Conoly will be

lynching sad WU so NOW Include Betty Frledan.: Young people with theatrical asplrattais got some good tips from 'rod 13, both of Miller Junior Ugh school integration m ala cur present.
ter ifiecI chad when abe,
as a national president sad author, highly successful Art Posey prior to his recent departure from SchoJ and Brenda Hicks,.17, singing winner of a radio static
saw the flea rid through tile "Femlnlnle Mystique";Shirley Detroit on a continuing Mtinmi tour as Bnderstndy to star Adam .WCHB trophy (Detroit), who attends King High School. ,Tony.
section of ton that ale!
Negro Chlsholm, aewlyelectedCongresswomaa Wade of me Broadway musical "Hallelujah. Baby" (show now in' !Brown, producer of the "C.P.T." Show on Channel,producer'
hid under the bed. from Mew Chicago at the Studebaker Theatre). Art a, onetime Wayne
sand discoverer of Art m his production of "Come Alive Faces r
The noted educator looks forward York; AU... Hernandez, University student and Inner-city resident was given a farewell I of 1966" at the Latin Quarter;was co-host ofthenovelparty SHOt

to tile time when all people former commissioner with !the party by Pepsi-Coot to which he Invited youthful students of at Brown's beadtuarler offices. Brown said that be found nine Ut'ySALESALESALE SORIG

caa be truly integrated persons Equal Employment Opportunity dance, music singing and dramatics from schools and groups. young black hopefuls hi has scheduled for appearances on his
(la tbe RlIStlllwklchWebster'. Commission, and Mrs. Coretta Celebrating with Art are (from left) Renee Williams,singer 13, local "C.P.T." TV program. NPI Photo
Dictionary defines the term; Scott King

coordination d mental At a luncheon on tile first day

processes Into normaland of the 'Maference.NOWbcnoredMrs. lewis Iraicli YWCA Anoints
effective personality and King for her service to Negro WomenIn

she believes she herself approaches the orgaolutloB by presenting 14 -
this goal. However, ber ..1OI.UJSIaldoreorpeae.1Ir..lCJq'lIlsterlIra.EdJtbe. Martin For Jimrv
Ia of the fortunate combination -
.The annual meeting of the Other features arc tile annual
of laving family and Scott Bagley. accepted: on her The JudiciaryNegro YWCA, A.L. Lewis Branch will report of the chairman the i

religions filth which protected behalf and called upon the 100 br held Tuesday 14 Installation of officers for 1969.
January ,
bet so wen: lira. Moor does women present to "work to .. 30% 50%
at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will the presentation of new and To'SAVINGS
understand why some Negroes from New York University la '
filming iu forms of discrimination History Weak begins be held in the auditorium of !the present members of the Com
are bitter because of the taijnltlM 6 and ends 1943, with an economics major.
based maser,religion, with February < Central Building 325 East mlttee or Administration, meditation -
they bare bad to race and other senseless February 13. The study and tile Her taw degree was received Dnval Street. and a tribute to the ,

endure. criteria( as we strive toachieve application of the tenets of law in 1948 from Columbia b 1946 Members and. friends of the deceased members.
Describing the origin of<- human antedate she became the ,wife of Joel IIJ:
our fnOpoUaUal as nu Negro History association are, invited to A social hour wOlbe>kl at -"
hatred sot ezpressedher belief abRlaW! ".' rWIf.1a1fae'IUIII.t Week. TheentraatsoftbeNegrowoman. Motley, a!New York'University attend The program chairman, the closed thai:weeder.EEOC.: h
that hatred 1 Is alwayi tbe r-Msutt! aaU: 'e 11II ,)into 'se!august. field graduate a lawyer and'seal MW J.'Ia Jae Fisher; add the 'Wtitl' "' ;. riI '
when artificial boundaries are beloved con in pity In which data from 1872 wileD CbaHotte estate and Insurance broker. ,
imposed upon people which limit peace .and .harmony will pre- Ray became tile first black From 1946 to 1963 Mrs.CONSTANCE Branch Chairman,unusual Mrs.Mafvyn ,
Jenkins, aa program 'l-
their: personal /elopmeat andsocial vail." woman m tilt area of taw. this
: development! because of Attorney' Ray, was graduatedfrom
feature will bemusic
The main
the croup to which they belong. Tens College .the Howard School of Law. ., This all be furnished IN JOBS =:=: .*.

Her academic field is psychology The Alpha Kappa AlphaSororIry by an outstanding local group. 1800 6 St N.W With. D. C 20506
and she strongly believesin Receives 900,000 bu produced an Impressive _

its conclusions about the brochure "Negro Women b I ...... ............0..............

human need for freedom and For Needy Sfideifs. The Judiciary" beariig (he. .

self-eipresslon. Tie freedomto printing date of August 1968! : .ruiirriAVETi. el II nil II. SET :
"do our own thing" (In the TYLER Tens Texas u the first of a series on Negro ,

popular expression of today) is College announced that over Heritage. Mrs.Larsette G.Hale
what Mrs. Moore wants tile $900,000 will be available for Is Supreme BasUens! Mrs. LOW PRICE i

civil rights movement to needy and worthy students Carey B. Preston executive

achieve .for black people and. during tile 1)69-70 academic secretary. a, '

the women's rights movementto year.' This "pioneer la petticoats" 4 : DRUG STOlE NEEDS ;5 l l

bring about for women. The college president Dr. series Is designed to bring to I
The lady dean !has bad many Allen C. Hancock stated that the fore tile contributions of .

occasions to "do her thing"by $251,500 has been received! for the Negro woman Judge. This 1 n
using her skills as educator Educational OpportunityGrants does not Include Negro women Trade with Your Nelghboihood Drugstore. WE WfLLMEETaT

and psychologist In the educational ; JW.OOO for Collega- who are lawyers per se. This BAKER MOTLEY :ANY PRICES ADV. or YOUR LOCAL PAPERS..wt deliver..' 1190

phase of civil rights Work-Stady! ; $175,500 for !the series Is presented with the Motley was a strong pillar in 2 We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. :

activity. After working to desegregate National Defense Student Loan permission of Alpha Kappa the NAACP Legal Defense and

the public schools so Fund. Alpha Sorority, Inc. Educational setup.Sbe wonnlne
that NegrochUdrenln iifoU"S! The total funds from the US. Our first Judge, and certainlya major civil rights cases before
could receive aa equal education Office of Educational federal unique lawmaker is the only the United States Supreme |Dixie Pharmacy

she proceeded to organize a programs ls $814,000.immxmmMmmmmmmmmmmm federal Judge in the group She Court. In 1963,, In a special VALUIS, TO 1I.,

Is Constance Baker Motley. election Mrs. Motley was
Judge Motley.. one of the elected to the New York State : unfit 3500 PR_$. Of Seasonable Pumps
1312 1111 AT
few women civil rights Senate, the only woman among KINU : Shoes--Casuals i
attorneys In America before 5$ senators. She was the first E V. Walking
e receiving her appointment to: Negro in the state's history to Pint 353-SW ':

the UnltedState District Court sit in the upper chamber and
Y ; Her dynamic Interest In and beraet1,1tJ was only the third woman : BUSTER BROWN
la the area of high senator elected In New York.
school discrimination brought She ran again and won.

M her. Into the limelight of consUeratlon. b February of 1965, M r.. :...............................rJ SCHOOL &. PARTY SHOES
Motley became President. of
A native of New Haven, C IID., the Manhattan Borough. '

born in 1921, Mrs.' Motley b January of 1966, President ; .
attended schools there, lack Lyndon B. Johnson chose Mrs. 30% and more 6'90'Save

of funds prevented Immediate Motley for a post as Federal. Gu When only the' :H
4J entrance Into UN field higher Judge for the Southern District on America's favorite VA U to 12099

Y4 education. But, Judge. Motley of New York. She is, therefore purest will ,do: children's shoes. Exclusively at Utsey's
persevered. C II r.ace Blake- the first Negro woman In tile .

slee became a benefactor after' ,Federal Judiciary. She was t VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY SUBURBAN STORES ONLY)
bearing- her deliver a speechand \ voted an honorary: member of helps prevent diaper (

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I Rev. Wilbur Burgess Will Be Installed As Macedonia Baptist Leader I

I Prominent Ministers, Workers Spreading Christmas Cheer

Gather To Honor New Preacher l Ya 4 t y NEWS

Installations services will be and Greater St. Matthew>Baptist CHURCH

JteU for Rev Wilbur Burgess, Church will also participate.
Dcvly-called pastor of Macedonla Rev BJ. Lane, Rev 8.L.

Baptist Church, SM3 Badger! and Rev. C.B. Dalley UnIon will open the twelfth anniversary 011
Franklin, beginning with will be prttent Aursday nightRev. The Alt-Falth Holy Tabernacle No. 1, 7924 HarcS.DC Avenue,
Monday, January 13, and ending Line heads Mt. Sinai January 13. at Mlllister Ci.W. HllndrJl1l1 pastorHolyrtTibernacleNoi
Monday, January 30. Baptist Church Rev Badger Dlnsmtre, Fia at I p.m. On Januar
Each night will feature the *is the leader of Emanuel I ltlbe host. From .J.n.nary 13 through

appearance of ministers and Baptist Rev. Dalley Is pastor Tabernacle No- 1 will be In charge. The church
.. their congregations official ,.or the First Baptist Church. January 16 Holy and Pearce,
<. and musical groups' Friday night the church will Is located at Jones will preside on the opening IIlebt. Mission.

On Monday night Rev. JJ. welcome five pastors and their Bishop R.L will speak Tuesday night JM Watkins wilt
Jones and Antioch Baptist congregations, namely: Rev. It. arles M; Stafford Wednesday and H. Levy on Thursday On Friday nigh.VSSfSfif .
Church will be present Rev I. ,Norman, Redeem Baptist speak on .
J.M. Batelton, Mt Canaan Church; Rev. W.C. Neal, St. 11 am. M A. McCoy will speak Aprotram

Baptist Church, and Rev. 0.B. Thomas Baptist Church; Rev. wm be presented at3p.m.wlththe chairman In charge
Baptist and Sweetfleld Baptist C.C. Brown, First New Zion Jones to pastor or!T No, 1. Both misters are of the Holy
Church, will be present. Church; Rev.W.M.Hill, Bishop Assembly, 616 West Ninth, Jacksonville
Fair churches will be present Mt, Calvary Baptist Church andRe Tabernacle
January 14. Rev J.W. Johnson ,. Jake Ray, Union/ Progressive 4 MT. SALEM BAPTIST
will be accompanied by the Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:30 a.m with Superintendent Scott presiding
Philadelphia Baptist Church. The services of acclamationwill The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. The morning
Rev R.A. King and Greater close Monday night; January devotion begins at 11 a,m., with Deacons J.L. Sims and Jack
I Payne AME will be present, ZOo Among those who will Green to charge Choir No. S and Usher Board No. 1 will serve
along with Rev J.W. Watkln be present will be Rev D.J. throughout the day. The Home Mission Society will hold Its

and St James AME: Church. Graham, Mt. Ararat Baptist Abort art Mistress Shrlnersof Rabla Temple No. land,' Is Potentate< Each year this Illustrious organisation looks monthly meeting at 4 p.m. in the church auditorium The evening

Grace Baptist Church will also Church; Rev, George Price, Daughters of tall Court No 29,who,nch year, spread forward to bring cheer to the needy wltln the area. devotions begin at 8 p.m. The pastor will deliver the sermon.
be represented st. Matthew Baptist Church; cheer by delivering baskets to needy families. George Davis Other activities are as usual. Rev. W.Q. Rogers, pastor. Mrs
-------- The church is located at lEU Welt
Wednesday night will feature: Rev. B.H. Hartley, Friendly C. Sampson, reporter.
the appearance of three Baptist Church; Rev. W.L. Deparlmenl Store Mrs. Harmon 22nd Street.
churches Rev W.C. Mitchelland Jones of First Corinth Baptist Day Spring Baptist COLLEGE PARKThe ,

the congregation of the and Rev. H.H. Wright!, Evergreen HOLSEYCMESunday"
Little Rock Baptist Church will Baptist Church. The Union Plans Church PlansInstallation Will Be HonoredAt School begins at 9:3) a.m., with Mrs Blrtha Grlffenand
First Baptist Church of teachers in charge The morn'ng: wlf.blp begins at 11 a.m
be present. Rev. T.R. Lee and public Is invited.Other services ,
College Park will have the usual Queen Esther with the pastor presding: Services will be held at First ud
the congregation of Spring Hill during the week. will be as January, 12' MeetThe Services
Baptist and Rev. Homer Walker usual.aJigf. services Sunday Sunday School Mrs Dinah Mae Harmon will Franklin, Palmer Grove Baptist Church. Rev D.A., McElvln,
monthly meeting of Retail, The annual Installation service begins at 10 a.m., with Super- be honored with anappreclation pastor, Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert, secretary.

WbQl..alet l and Department of the Day Spring Baptist Church intendent Jamas McCutchen in In the Queen Esther .
Store Union Local NI). SS9 will will be Sunday at ll.a m. and charge. At 11 a.m the morning Church of God In Unity/ Sunday FIRST BOH TEMPLE
be held Sunday, January 12, at at7pm.Rev. devotions will be led by an January 19, at 3pm. The, Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. Minister McQueen is super'
410 A.Weaver appointee. Rev. F. Davis,. intendent. The\ worship begins at 11 a, The
6 p m, In the Union Ball,. CyruS ,pastor church is located at 1747 morning m. devotions
Broad Street will present awards and pastor, will deliver the sermon McQuade. will be led by the deaconesses. Missionary Brookle Mae AdamsIs

Foremost on the agenda will citations to members and to BTU meets at. 6.30 p.m. On Evangelist Lucille Baker will speaker. YPCW meets at 4:30 p.m., wlOh Mrs. Margaret

be the election of officers for anxllltres for services Wednesday night Choir No. 1 be the speaker, Mrs. Alice Smith in charge The evening worship Is at 6 p.m. A revival
1989. All shops. are Invited to rendered
share Mrs. OJetta Oliver, presidentof Choir rehearses at 2 p.m. on The welcome address
The Executive Board will meet Usher Board No. I, holder Saturday. Mrs: Julia Haynesis will from Rickey PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
at 4 p.m The Shop Stewards of the Jewel for having raised reporter Rev F.D. Davis hoover Mrs. Julia Hoover will Sunday SchoJ begins at 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Leaster Smith is

win meet Saturday, January the largest amount of money In is pastor give the response. superintended. The morning service begins at 11:30 a.m.; with
11, at 2 p.m in the Union Hall 19S7, will vie for honors tor Twelve Christian Appearing will be the Excel Deacon Joseph McPherson in charge The sermon will be
EriklM Hepburn li president 1938. sior Singers, the Bostonettes delivered by Rev, H. Robinson! pastor. At 4 p.m. District No. 1
A NATIONAL MUD TTLEINo MrCALL W SttttWMrWMlMMFS Choir No 4 will render music Missionary Gene Randolph, will meet at the church. Deacon McPherson leader On
r Pallbearers Lodge ,In the evening worship, with Club PlansMissionary Mrs. Doretha Davis, Deacon Tuesday night prayer meeting will be held
Mrs. Willie Mae Willis
Varnadore, Mrs. Julia Hojver
/ Will Meet Wed. R.P. Benttiooe and Sammie L. VABICK AME ZIOII
Walk. Raymond King E'IIII.lI.tADdrew
Davis at thelnstrumeuts. Usher! McCall, McCall Singers The regular order of service will prevallSunday.Sunday School!
'do? Pallbearers Lodge No. 124 Board No. 1 will serve. The Twelve Christian Club will Prophet' will begin at ':30 a,m., with Superintendent Willie J. Johnson
Mrs.Sadie GIvens
you have questions about' = ,
the big will meet Wednesday, January Sunday School at 9:30a present Missionaries on in charge The
opens morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with a
J. Talon, Voices of Unity, Mrs.
gest trials our nation has ever 15, at 1 p.m In educational .m BTU opens at S:45 p.m. Parade Sunday, January 12, Dorothy Gardner, Mrs. visiting minister delivering the message There will be no

faced, the'raeial crisis? building of St. Stephen's AME with superintendent and from 4 to 6 p.m., in the homeof Catherine Sampson and others. evening service. Choir No 2 will serve. The prayer,meeting

Do you have :suggestions you' d: like Church.. Assessments and fees chairman: presiding eOn Mrs.viola. Hart, 123S West Elder A. Bucken is pastor. will be held at 7.30 p.m Tuesday Choir No. 1 will: rehearse
will be Mrs EssieH.
accepted. the BTU Duval Street.
to Saturday night
make to the
and the White- Evangelist B. Williams Is
Campbell Is president will have the annual Christmas Mrs. Ruby Norton of Mt. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST .
leadership about how to solve it? party In the dining area of the Ararat Baptist Church and Rev, sponsor. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a m with the superintendent,

Do yoU, want; sto, .hear,:what other'ordinaryeaiCizzens' church On Monday evening at D.J. Graham, pastor of the ( DavisIttnDfKTlrl'1 Deacon Eugene Sawyer, In charge, as well u Mrs. Lillle Web-
,flder flpse bert and, Mrs Sadie Fedd.The morning services begin 1I h ra.Tbe.41ojneMlMLon .
lislc 7:30 p.m. the Sunday School church, will be in charge of
: elbJ ;, st!}nJ\\ HiircBtj. a.ATStProcesi1L..s2s' \ Society, meets MljfjWBieetB: at
Lipdsky, and ? : business meotlng will be heldin devotions.! vl 'jf'L'iib' ;
Stokely CarniciiaeVwhat t 'd: "o' Room S. Prayer Meeting Speakers will 'be Missionary 10 Present Gala; 6 p.raf The ,evening service begins at 6 p.m, The Sunday Schoolteachers

'sort: of ,answers: theyilone'jip ?[ held at ":30 p.m. Tuesday. On Zenovlous Stripling and Sister! meet at 6:4$ p.m. Tuesday v ?
with? .Make .youfselt heard and hear it Wednesday at I p.m r The Usher Helen Flenoid of the Holy At Edward Waters Prayer meeting is Tuesday at 7.30: p.m> On Wednesday the

all'on NIGHT CALL, the' new, nationwide LEAH hrliriif Board No. 2 will meet in the Temple Church of God In deacons anddeaconesses meet.TheYounr Adult Choir,The Senior
,telephone call-in library. Choir rehearsals will Christ No. 4. Elder W.F. Faust Elder Moss Davis and the Choir' and Usher Board No. 2, will accompany Rev W.L.
be held on the regular Dlehll.ja" Is ;'pastor. Other talent will Davis Spiritual Singers will observe Williams to Zion Hope Baptist to give services 'Rev Williams

: P.M.To :30A.M.: : Enroll!( NowA Cyrus Weaver Is pastor: appear. Evangelist Earlle M.. their seventh anniversary Is pastor' '
..W'RH"CH:3, Mrs. Bernice P. Malnor Is'', Mack is leader Mrs Ada Lou Sunday, January 19, at Mrs: Vivian Wilson is reporter The church Is located at
Thrill Frihy. NEW CLASS: STARTS\ church reporter. Brown Is president I p.m., at, Lee Auditorium! 1619 Madison Street
,EACH MONDAY Edward Waters College, 1658
ClII.Cillijj t ,.. 212741.3311a $ ", Kings Road.Participants. MACEDONIA BAPTISTThe
VniteJ Methodist Cburc, > Jicksoivillelirker SISTER )IESSIE, listed will be: regular order of services will be followed Sunday. Sunday

Released in cooperation with the She will read your entire life-oast,present andfntureT'Sne Mrs. Clark, Mother Baisclen, School opens at 9:30: a n with Nathaniel Singleton, Jr and his
National Council d Churches : College asks no questions but wjJLK&you Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, Mrs. Mc- staff of teachers incharge.The review will be.given by the pastor
National Catholic Office for Radio and Tslevis. what yon want to know, giving dates and facts of Neil Mrs Alice Boston, The or an appointee.The morning worship begins with consecrationat

Florida Council" of. Churches, C30. pAVB STREET business, love health and family affairs. Will I Boston Singers, Mrs. Gnssle 10:4 am The devotional ser.lce will be conducted by the
Stt-9874 help you find lost art. Tells you whom you will Paige Gray, Rev. McCall, the deacons.
:marry and when If the one you love Is true, what McCall Singers, Mother Allen, Music will be furnished by Choir too. 2 and NOl 4 with Mr
.f' ,to do tote successful Will reunite the separated .Brother Butler, Mrs. Angellne James Kitchens and Professor Wallace Mlms at the instrument!.
:....,.....r.........,.......... ............... locate absent friends and relatives, and cause McBride, The Traveling Star Usher Board No 2 will serve Deaconess Board No, 1 will meet
= happiness between man and wife. Helps> mate Singers, Mrs. Lottie M. Tookes after the morning worship. The Missionary Society will meet
up lovers' Quarrels. Tells u sickness and bad The Junior Fashlonettes will at 3 p.m'and will consider matters of business The BYPU hour
THE hick are natural enemies, or U there U an evil serve u hostesses. will beglnut 3:30: pm. with Mrsr M.L. Polite, directress In

often fUtigfjtSEMIANNUAL I Influence, Does not ten topfease you.butwUl fill fa truth..One; Memorial charge Miss Mlttle Gantt will direct music Mrs. Bessie
vlslt will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will Great Merchant will conduct the Bible Drill and the topic of discussion.

: read your life like an open book,' but also help you out of your The evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m,
-" TROUBLES. Come and see;why you are so unhappy when AME Will Host Both major sermons for the day will be given by the pastor

CLEARANCE"SUITS : 'everything seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted, Rev. Wilbur Burgess A program will be presented after service
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made First Quarterly by Mrs. Mary Lou Flanders All are invited Weekly activities
: clear by Consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody weI-! will Include installation of the pastor,Mrs. Bessie Merchant,
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED I make no house calls. Don'tmistake The First Quarterly Conference I reporter. The church Is, located at 3333 Franklin Street.

: : ( the address. SISTER BESSIE Is located north of of the year of the AME
Church will be held at Grant EMANUEL
fcaUatan on U.S. 11, 1/2 mile,from City of CaUahan., Florida BAPTISTOn
JPhonet879-2250. j p Memorial AME Church, Dr. ,Tuesday the teachers meeting and the Prayer Meeting will
.. 'WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FROnOI'HOUSE Across. the street A. Joseph Reddlck is pastor. be held at the usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge

from SPORTSMAN MOTEL Dr. W.F. Foster, presiding On Wednesday Senior Choirs No, 1 and No. t will rehearse
Open dally from 6 am. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.. elder of the South Jacksonville jointly J it48J,>.m.On Thursday the noonday prayer service will
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I TREMENDOUS SfttCTION Of FAMOUS JACKETS : Monday night. All boards and Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m., with Mrs Mamie Fields u
IRANDNAMISUITSANDSI'ORTCOATS. clubs are I expected to make 'charge ** well Deacon George Smiths The lesson will re.
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I News Media Improve Reporting Attitudes On Blacks And Seek Journalists I

I World News DigestNEGRO Remembering Dr George Washington Carver CoJ...,. Joiraalism School I

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WlnUUU'11il'fCEOJGE'roWN! ustn11a-ceeklne to woo white Points To Improvements Made
: (NPI) immigrants to Its land In orderto I,
Guyana Premier Forbes Burn.ham's wine out the unbalance ratio { Executives of the news media .mpl ,yea did not understand! :
PtopU's National with Its black populace. Be last believethat coverage and thoroughly the problems race
Congress von MUDS tantlal official estimate, published Jn understanding of the Negro are relations
approval of the electorate recently June, showed 237,000 whites to generally Inadequate but that Mr. Klein found that "mmt
In the country's first 4.410,000 blacks with theblacks the mass aaetlaart beginning orgaoltatloMUlra f) :they, had
general elections as an Independent Increasing at a rapid to provide better commmlcaUon owl-discriminatory hiring
nation However, rate. Fear of an eventualtake- between blacks and whites policies A majorltyofthe J
despite the concession of defeat over by sheer weight of numbersis This Is the conclusion of a responding organisations "are
banded In by the People's Progressive behind the immigration drive. nationwide survey of IBS news actively seeking me minority
Party and Us leader.' executives, reported 'in the group personnel" but only a few
Dr. Cbeddl Jagan charges of ON T:% OTHER HAND Columbia Journalism Review. said they were condrtuig
fraud bae been lodged, and anew UNITLD NATIONS -(NPI)- The Review Is a quarterly formal programs to tram and
political group, the Charges of discrimination have publication of the Columbia hire Negro personnel
Comm ntist Party has been been lodged against the United e University Graduate School of The DUI organisations that
formed, bringing to five the Nations by the United States Journalism responded to the poll and gave
number of political actions In when it comes to hiring new The survey also found' that emp'oye figures empl'iy at leant
the country. staff members: According to .. "Blacks constitute ..1 per cent 1,741 Negroes, constituting
u.s. officials qualified a of employ, of responding news per cent of their staffs. Not all
BORD:< PROTEST American Job applicants are not 1 Jr media. replies gave empbye figures
CORNWALL, Out- The Iroquois being accepted employment, "Journalism Is beginning to The survey covered only em-
confederacy has been because preference is given to recognize Its responsibility In ployes editorial,advertising,
asked to Join the Mohawks in smaller nations-like the UAH r the quest for better race relations business and promotion departments -
their battle with the Canadian Ctechoslovakla and some Latin f in America," says ,
government over Its failure to American nations ff Woody Klein, author of the Responding newspapers employed -
abide by the 1791 Jay treaty, study "The ahavebecome 1,340 Negroes, or ...,
which gives the Indians duty- NEW COIN f aware of shortcomings after per cent of 28,668 total
free use of the international LONDONz (NPI) -- When decades of neglect There are employes. Magazines employed
bridge linking Canada and the Britain changes over to t t&a: definite signs of progress," 66 Negroes, or 5.1 per cent of
U.S. The Indians claim the decimal system of currencyon 4 s Klein reports He Is an alum- 1,287 total employes Radloand

bridge is on reservation property February 15, 1971, a different S Rflnr Wathinrtnn Carver ... .. '_r nus of Columbia's Graduate televisions stations employed
and thus tribal membersare appearance will be given .me saga 01 ur ueorge wasmngion carver is one # tne greatest motley, oy muui-miuion.h. oouar concerns ur. isxver renew School of Journalism, a former 337 Negroes or 2.7 per cent of
not'obllgatedtopay customs to the former 10-shllllng note, stories fees. or 10-bob as It's called by after graduation from Iowa College with a Doctorate, to produce Pittsburgh's Mayor Joseph II, Ban andDr AlmaDlery, founder television reporter and Mr. Rein said the radio and
the natives.. The note will unlimited household and medical items for use Dr. Carver and president of the National George Washington Carver Commemorative las served as Mayor John V. television Indistry' "Is beginning -
RAIN CHECK become a coin, and will be equal remained at Tuskegee until his death.He has become particularly! Day Association, finalise plans for a celebration Lindsay's first press secretary -. to recognise new responsibilities
KUALA LUMPUR (NPI)- to the 10-bob-4120 The renowned because of his fork In the field of peanuts. lie was t.which,began January: : S and ends January 11. He la now a senior editor: In covering the field
Both Malaysia and the Philippines pound, retained as the unit of widely sought for his services, and was offered large sums ofNixo&s for the International Business of race relations The coverage
have decided to shelve account, will be divided into 100 Machines Corporation, of violence ri'e riots across
their dispute over the state of units under the decimal system, The survey was sponsored) the nation nal been so
Sabab for at least a year or with each unit known as new All-Wkite Cebiiet KeificktMS Wuf Cktckip Jointly by the Review and theAntiDefamation widespread that hardly any local
until after each holds elections pence. League of station had failed to become
The dispute centers around the Leaves Negro Out Of Ranks Of December 13tb Roabirg B'nal B'rith. The 388 responsesto Involved in one way or another.
ownership of Sabah, former GANDHI MONUMENTNEW the survey came from newspapers Yet, the story has repeated:
,British crown colony which became DELHI (NPI) The WASHINGTON (NPI) In choosing an all-white cabinet, PIKEVILLE Ky. Alan and Margaret McSurely have asked 'mitfazlnei and radio been negative There have been
Independent and Joined Indian government has taken President-elect Richard M. Nixon has left the Black community for a federal Investigation of the dynamiting of their home near and televlslin .stations all 50 few mnmeits dignity and lope
the Malaysia federation in 1963. over the place where MohandasK. without. a.high-level.representative In the federal government. here December 13. states, They represented 43.8 shown on the air. Most
The Philippines claim it on the Gandhi was assassinated 20 nts caoinei selections rese- Washington whose term as The McSurelys and their year- signed to prevent organization per cent of 889 news organisa Important, the radio and television -
strength that the land was years ago and is to convert the gregated the cabinet, which bad 'mayor ,(commissioner ,old son, Victor, narrowly escaped by the poor started with their tions polled between March and Industry: has only a small
originally part of Us territory, grounds into a national monu- been desegregated by President Washington was renewed death when the dynamite arrest under a state sedition ,August of 1968. number of Negroes on the air
and that ment In honor d India's chief B. "The news media, Klein reported -' or In the Held.
descendants of the Lyndon Johnson's appointment This appointment waj seen,not bomb missed their bedroom law In 1967; the law was later
original islanders are now architect of independence.Gandhi of Robert Weaver as so much as a &ood-wlllceitur. window. It bit the side of the declared unconstltu'boal. "look at themselves as "Most American newspapersare ;
Filipino citizens.WANTED was assassinated by a secretary of housing and urban to Black people, as a goodsense house instead. The dynamiting came a week having failed thus far to keep not reporting the story of
Hindu fanatic during a Braver development. demonstrations and riots In the American City" according
acknowledgment that a. The McSurelys charged in after the Kentucky Un-
: MORE WHITES meeting In the garden on January Clarence Mitchell Washington Negro is the logical person to affidavits filed with the U.S. American Activities Committee perspective While some news to Ben W. Gilbert, deputy
SALISBURYNPJWhlte- SO, 1948, Its months after NAACP official, called the head a two-thirds Black City. District Attorney that the (KUAC) held another In a series organizations are beginning to managing editor of the Washington
minority ruled Rhodesia has the country achieved Independence failure to Include a Negro "a Nixon Is reportedly seeking dynamiting was a part of a hearings here. The .- depart from traditional reporting Post, In his answer to
Jumped into competition with from Britain. very serious step backward" Negroes to fW cabinet-level conspiracy against them on the are field workers for the methods, there Is still the survey, he said this is
fellow white-ruled countries- and "an opening. wedge to the positions such as under secretary I part of coal operators and politicians Southern C on I.r e n c e Educational Insufficient analysis and Interpretation "either because they don't want
South Africa, New Zealand, and GRADUATE old days.. .of labor and chairman In Eastern Kentucky. Fund C5CEF), which hat found.of Negro A affairs of the the to or they don't know how. My
LONDON (NPI) V.P. The Rev. Jesse Jackson survey majority
They said the conspiracy, da- been under attack by KUAC.
Kaunda Is one of the newest national director, Operation CONTINUED ON PAGE I news executives( felt their PACE 8

AT President graduates of the Royal Military Breadbasket, said the cabinet

,Academy, Sandhurst Kaunda, appointeeswera Yvtagedrigor. -, d
who Is the of the Presidentof "Uly"wblte" >add ,
Is : son s .x + b i 1i {
{ SecretaryOf Zambia,' was'graduated're destined for 1nte t1. +a+ bf eas tlai" t.f k f//1./;
cently from the military school. ,bllgbtS .. fl9Z9lT II 01'
EdicatorsGREEKSBORO On hand for the ceremonieswas Many of Nixon's appointeessuch A ftni ttlll7tsJsrrwfrS .<.. 'r t.t3+ s.
his mother. as Weaver's successor, d avs C
Michigan Governor GeorgeRomney :
N.C. Five
AUTHOR JAILS AUTHORRAWALPINDI --are 'known to havefair

administrators have been of AliT elected StateUnlveislty to Pakistan to good civil rights records; .MATTHEW ALEXANDER BENSON (1866-1955)) f "> a A _
(YPIFor one author order But members of the new 4'
commissions of the National the incarceration of another Is cabinet are, by and large, tXPlORER Bona Ml Charley County, Marylii*. Voyaged to Japan. ;
Associations of State Universities f France t Spain West Africa, Russ) the r 7
cautious and Philippines IB search ef b to'r, ,
somewhat unusual, but that Is people who will avoid per
and Land-Grant Colleges.At '"adventure: Acoompanl.Q Monist Robert E. Peary In expeditions to ? ;" ,
the annual meeting in Washington the case in Pakistan where radical making waves or taking any Q '- reach North Pole In lilt) !l00, 1902 and 190$.April 5, 1909 Henson, !'O "
D.C., Dr Lewis C. author-President Ayub: Khan action. t sent forward by peery Intone th* first man to reach the North Pole, ,
Dowdy, president of ,"T,1rU has detained fellow author- The only Negro named to a M In platted the AmericaS Flag en (the 7opof the-Warld.I Received .: -- MaPs
former Pakistan Foreign ranking position in the Nixon tiv
Cold )
elected secretary of 'the :the of the Caogrwhit SocUtt ind Jhe Congressional Model +
] Minister Zulflquar All Bhutto. administration was Walter E.YOUR ..' r t. 'c a
Council of Presidents, a group l
composed of the chief executives v
from 99 major state :
universities and land-grant

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Dr. Dowdy will serve one year 67-- : *
as secretary of the group men I OWN 1'
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become the first Negro ever _
of the body. _
serve as president MICK!
Elected to the executive com
mittee of the Council of Academic f + t df l l 3, 'x
Deans was Dr. Glenn F, -- f 3BEIRIDM66'

Ranklo, dean academic j :,'as" .. w 4 y r v f d, a'aly., > s> ,
affairs at AIT. He was also -
named a delegate to the Senateof "
the National Association of M pt.OtSPr-PV i
State Universities and Land- N srnar+ 5 ----
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Dr, Arthur F. Jackson, dean'of off Olvtiotio SALES OFFICE at '
JUTs School of Arts and
Sciences, was re-elected secretary RA
of the Commission of <
Arts and Science and Dr.
Howard Robinson, director of S :k'. {y r

Institute for Research and .. ?# as .e ,,,, ..... .. '' s > : & Mvw tfZd1 __.
rn 7+M' r b>Y vc 4w _;_
Human Resources, was .j
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committee of toe Council of relief for '
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nuts aronpMl out and filM with rhupfiMl |>im.nt"H and miaiatura
1/2 teaspoon salt meatballs tined. in cruarhy chew nwm IXKKK-K, all make ..VlHiausly -
IIabIespc aas tatter different hors dVieewi. .ap|...ti TX..r Hi...... Served plain
.roaw:4r 1-1/1 cups packaged enriched or with dipstlhes tasty tidbits ar simple and quirk: prepare.
precoobcIrQIIabIIspoaIIa The lMtrMd egg rolls. sea availalik- in fnw-n and Uk
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I iKitrhra way. it stan a versatile instant nonfat drr milk, the variety of desks such an sweet....war saur and the Tarty Dip
I ;only nationally distributed dry milk to tarry the L. .D.A. seal '(k ass 1 pond cleaned betel You'll find they satisfy any ywi for r"..r*.tinir.fAA. .
Ijrr rtifying iU packaging under government inspection. shrbq or 1 possd scallops. 7 R/HJ.S WITH TASTY MP

0....... N' Vegetables Coat sarUnp ud scallops with w 1 cup tends trmpfraturecream 1 traspntin salt
(Makes....;wrri.dI seasoned coating mil u t ehemp 1/2 LaRprrr garlic powder
(3-Ib.) frying chicken 2 (10-os.) packagefroaencut directed on package. flat a ?';! 1/2 cup chopped stallions II" te-astrme hod pepperI *
C up' mixed vegetables greased baking sheets. Bake at teaxpwK) finely choppodKrere 1 sauce (< ChuaI
package WLJ
.._ 2 tablespoon batter, 1-1/2 cups! water 400 degrees for IStoMatentftS. pepper King fwn Martyr.
melted Z/3 cup Borden instant non1 .. UblespmBi catsup
teaspoon salt fat dry milk,dry form 2 taMeKpnansWorcKtenhin shrimp or chicken
with will
Bat biter prUc saute bite-iJm nr rolls
I/Z teaspoon paprika 3 tablespoons floor
I/I cop sliced onion* 1 teaspoon salt batter Jast begins to brown. Mix dip inirredieflU well;cover and chill. Serve with crisp bat
1 green pepper, sliced Dash pepper Add lemoa JuIce and Vorthsstershlra lobster shrimp or chicken egg rolls p.1 l according. to
1/4 cup water caaca. directions..
Makes 12 err rolls and approximately 1.1/2 cups dip.
Soak chicken for 30 minute in ice water;time and dry with Brine water. salt, and batter
absorbent paper.Arrange skin side down in a 3-quart (1J-1/2 x to a boll. Stir la rioa Com;.
.t Itifiin Flavor
8-1/2 x -inch) baking; dish. Brush with melted butter: sprinkle remove from beat Let stands Lwb Chops Tike On .
with salt and paprika place sliced onions and green pepper on nlmtM. Add parsley. FMt -- ..r
top of chicken Bake in a moderate (360F.) oven 30 .
with fork. Place acrrinc
Turn the chicken pieces skin side up; bake SO minute In a on
medium-slse saucepan, bring 1/4 cup water to a boil; add frozen platter. Arrange shrimp and
vegetables. Return to a boil; cook about 15 minutes or until scallops oa Ice.Poor seasoned
vegetables are..nder.ln a small bon,pour the 1-1/I cups water. batter oval top Garnish with
,r' Sprinkle nonfat dry milk flour salt and pepper over surface of lemon wedges and parsley If
ater. Beat with rotary beater just until blended. Add to cooked
j vegetables. Place over low beat; stir constantly until mixture OslredJbkM 4 servings -
has thickened Pour over chicken in baking;dish. Return to oven Note: V seafood is rr..., -'. : # 4 g'
for about 3-6 minutes or until thoroughly heated. thaw before King .:

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vent Inmli. Porhn| < you Immediately think of a hearty
Iamb Mew Or you envision a lea of Iamb slowly done to
As bright u the simmer's son-KtrUnpsalScsllopsde Joagbe Is Indeed platter Gl11IIS1l DtI. perfection .ilh hens If )'OU',.. n,Iamb chop lover a choice:
SUPER MAR tile seafood II p:epsred with seasoned eating am for fish (Do trying DeeII-acl-Just take a few of tula \nrioux prices awaits, vou. One particular chop
minutes) and served with .t tasty prllc-botter sauce ar.angedoopusley-staddedrlee. well within the range of most meal huditets. Is tho shouldtr -
Released by General Foods Kitchens chop..either\ round l hone or the lilwle shoulder chop
I liolh lint economical and as nutriiioun aa the moro ex-
STORE LOCATIONS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED |1on..i\p chofw. Tn thl., recipe ant lOpe for jounelf.
(Makes 4 servings)

EDGEWOOD AVE. AND AVE. B.OPEN SUNDAY SAUCE 4 shoulder lamb chops I teaspoon nIt '
%..Inch thick U teaspoon pepper
Heat % to' 1 cup sugar and %
U cup salad oil tablespoons each: flour,
water to stirring
W cup boiling 2 cans (8-ouncei each) watertomato
occasionally Add 4 cups rhu 2 sliced succhinl ,
barb cut Into linen pieceLI sauce cups
10 minutes, or 1 clove garlic crushed (about 1 medium
Simmer about
U.S:GOOD CHOCK. fr until rmibarb is-tender 'and'. H" teaspoon."Bach. .,: basil, .' zucchini- )
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, l m : Ur ole.anv",,"n 'Jnmb in hot oil. Drain off drippings ($'rill.l'fle"io'l'' :
OAST41'ANcY I coloring'! r servings. "iJ nrn I Sometime try this sauce over to Inmli. Cover and cook over low heat 30 minutes, or un-v
Urs Mrs.Pancake-America John E.; Cole, Jr,, of La ;Canada. California was named squares of fresh white cake lit lamb Is tender. Remove lamh to heated platter. Blend
JemlM Pancake after winning. the second annual Aunt top with whipped cream A flour and water; stir Into tomato mixture. Cook, stirring( !
'PIreuIL. Variety Event. 'af |he 1968 Mrs America tart refreshing springtime constantly! until thickened. Add Zucchini; cook S minutes

Au sl .v dessertl Bl or lust..unt tender._ Serve. over lamb
npant contestawsOM -
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U.S.I1 rt DETERGENT batter onto hot, lightly creased
griddle, Turn when tops are -w
POTATOES TIDEGT.SIZE covered with bubbles am edges
loot cooked stakes 4 servings.
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Modeling Six Negro Girls Are' Feitired' Milady's Glory

:' In Jfl..ary Seventeen Mafaiinc

NEW YORK For six Negro girls achievement has led to
: -ecognltloo the pages of a national publication. By Marjorie Marsh

Appearing la the January"You in corduroy hip-hung pants, With, many::' yo'aP, up:
K written
the Reader" Issue of Seventeen topped by a T-shirt and West'k7 for
to me advice on how'to
Magazine, annually devoted to ern Jacket and In Scb1t -.m-} buy properly for your home.'.' tf
the contributions of outstandingteens broidered blue jeans topped by Wouldn't It be nice ill could
In every field, are: a cotton knit shirt She if a' f o shopping with every one of
Linda Chestnutt 14, of 155-48 senior at Theodore Roosevelt )'oul)
203 Street Saul, Allans, New School Of course I can't but liNe
4 a High Washington,D.C.,tare four way to make aura
York, and Veronica Prescott. and to "
hopes study sociology, that you'll receive all your dol
17. of Z21-37 Murdock Avenue, psychology and medical technology -, lan Take
Queens Village, hew York,who In college.Seventeen's your time. A food
are spotlighted In the issue's beauty editor salesman won't ruah you into
beatuy feature, "Brunettes Are. showed Linda Chestnut and'" dale making UTM. He'll purchase probably, even even at
Back.!' Veronica Prescott bow to make y. Joyce Green, 19, of 269 West the taost of heir dar -lWred husband if it'i a major purchase 'on' ,1.r4"o .
w 152 Street, NewYork City, who looks. Both girls not only got like a iota or carpet that
writes of her experiences work \hair-do tips-Linda learned to you're, looking at That food
salesman wants to
lag with ghetto children In a 'control an Afro cut that was mend Aim to all you your friends.recom-
special feature, "The. Daring growing out and Veronica was C Look for brand namea and
Young Girls"Paula taught how to cope with hard symbols, like the Woolmark,
Parker,*17, of 5234 to-manage tresses-but also tbat you tee advertised in
North Illinois,Indianapolis who;>> learned new make-up tricks magazine and on television.
Is Go/ernor of Indiana Girls Linda is a freshman and much These people have In their invested to won er the men have taken over fiorathe women when it comes to spilling secret-secrets
State; Judy Patton IS, of 1(007 .name that money U't bad business good for about the new/evolutionaryUaJr=ingprrductthat has put sparkle and act life to milady's
Walden Avenue Cleveland, a Veronica is a senior at AndrewJackson : them if you don't think it'. a crowning glory. The luxurious-looking, coiffed hair styling depicted is the result of an Epic
National'II.r I t Scholar anda High School Queens., good name too. permanent-but for the mac ''c her life, only she and her beautician would kno'#. NPI Pt.uoN

Reba plttman, 17, of 3810
ti 13th Street, N.W.,Washington,
D,C,, the regional rice president -
of Future Homemakers ol
America. all of whom model

fashions In!"B Takes Heart To Inspire in U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF i

u\J 26 Ghetto Kids,' Joyce Green
NEW YORK -- Reba Plttman, of 3810 13th Street, W.W, WashIngton -. tells how her own experiencesas
0.C", poses in the outfit she models! for the.January a Negro child In a ghetto led
Seventeen Magazine. The hip-bung pants In pastel orange cord- her to her present job u a -
uroy take a matching Western jacket which tops a Dacron and counselor In a communitycenter
cotton tweed T-Shlrt Reba, one of six Metro girls featured and of her success In
the Issue,U the regional vice president of the Future Homemakers instilling a sense of pride and .
of America and is a senior at Theodore Roosevelt High eagerness to succeed In the -iiJ' .
School Photo by Seventeen children with whom she works : -
"I didn't want the kids In my .u rtas t
community to be destroyed by <

Fashions at A the or feel myth the of the frustrations'select few and,' ILOUR..5J. 49 DETERGENT SPECIAL

anger I had felt. I hope to help : WHITE, BLUE or
BY MATTIE COLLINS them use their abilities to the 39 < Giarit TIDE COLD WATER
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL :fullest, she says. She's already
on bet way to doing that.
Sliver competes with gold hi the after-five fashion picturethis Last summer, under her guidance I aw.-+IllnilW t/YM..w.iii*.r t..1.W lliimn
season Glitter Is everywhere clothes, accessories and the children held a dance 49 59, 49'TOWELS
hair styles. and talent show and raised$500 MAYONNAISE :G PKt3A.X.
Symbolic of this trend is the recent Nina Raccl winter collection toward a trip to Nantucket
,. ..
Rae c inspiration for evening U likened to the Island. Joyce, a sophomore at swa M.t.I.a..n. w.r..a..r..M.M.lass. .
Renaissance with flowing elegaat-flo r length gowns High- New York's City College, looks 29* "LlM,........,.....,.ttN/s
necked and long sleeved, they have fragile dazzling belts'at forward to a career teaching ... ... .
the natural or slightly accelerated waistlines emotionally .disturbed. .youngsters # -- W', ... .....
Feminine soft sheers,'crepas:and rich brocades, a'r1.t ,t I. .... .
the fame note ,, .*' .." ? .' .,. ltaulst J1dlf'pIIktt' !tlttld'' '.... CAt'! 1. fN..u.... ;f;. 1ii?N_.._.tN..ol.+t" '. "
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A typical sleeve is narrow-banded luscious mink,alternating. Reba Pittman all mudel fashions tt > : ,. Napl ns .' 9t Dri lk: 41r- .
with bands of rich Jeweled embroidery. for the publication's January .. ;. ... I ... .
issue. Paula is In I-MI Ml. *WIMSeM I 4k.MWIMMMI IHKIIN I
pictured a '
Theatre suits also are banded in jewels fashionably at the COFFEE
waistlines, lending Interest to slender satin and puffed sleeves nubby' tweed Jumpdress with Tissue....5/l. Noodles. IVIMO
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Among the most striking of wluter white clothes is the wool School Indianapolis, .59 Sausage 5/$1. .
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f RENT .. Councilwoman Halhis .' Mayor Stokes Explains Mayor Stokes'. "Cleveland Now'

Furnished room for rent. Call CONTINUED: FROM PAGE 1 TV Broadcasts Received
'765-ZJ6J. Couple with to more proposed this ordinance, which: ordinances Is plain The Widely I
than I children Mrs. .Mathls termed "A step original Charter ordinance If .RADtlOH, Pa -Ctrl Stokes the tint Kgrgto become mayorof
backward," throwing the effectuated, will place Jacksonvllle -. a major city, U establishing aa example and a repu'alloa
Council Into regression: Ordinance Oft aa equal basis with amI IRe Nil, mayors oa effective UM ot television, TV Ciujd'l
FOR RENT 68-90+'An ordinance{ C.Uu.1lh Chicago, Los Magazine baa reported la its January 4 luue.
amending Article 7 ot the Angeles, Detroit, where only,
3 room furnished. 5310 Dodge The 41-year-old mayor, who
the best qualified heal strategic press.
Charter ot the City of Jackson-
Road. Quiet couple or single non a narrow victory over Seth I Pooling all the creative tf
man or wilma Pa. 764-0901.() rule, providing for the departments Tat! last year 111. campaign,,, technical help ot Cle'liawhll-
establishment and reorganization Mrs. Mathls concluded her that relied heailyon television tloas to announce "Cle/elaod:
FIRM. APT FOR RENT ot the Department of Health remarks by reminding r 'MI it ,using tbe rectum; to .Nowr' a 10-year cominjiillyM
and Welfare, providing for the
listeners that the change la the r active public und.rstandinralld action program to raise over
Furnished apt. Hot water and appointment ot the Director of Charter to allow the naming of acceptance ot many of his $11 million by public 4onatlr
elect furnished. CalU84-73M. Health and Welfare and qualifications people, "who don't meet programs to augment eMc work In1'

ot same, providing '.barter qualification," wouldbe Among his major USM.ot.. housing, health, welfare and.
i .APT FOR RENT an effective date. disastrous to the program: v 6rr television,' the magazine reports recreation. ,
The difference in the '
,of the department Mrs. Mathls, are: S Making special T/ a {*irances .
boom apt. Hot and cold water Insists that Department. re.' :Iowa-hall meetlegs"held
often on short pause, to
Call JM-OS1J. Hiram Stieet. FIIRN.APT. FOR RENT main as is.Powell la tcbooli throughout the City discuss matters ot 1IprtPlalln-

4 nice oa a sis.weekbssisandcoered tertst to the citizenry
'' runs Vrlv, Both
URN, APT FOR RENT Water turn. Close in. Makes Plans: widely by television and tin Mayor Stokes has found his

2 nice I rm. apts. Prlv. bath, bus. 317 50 wk. 2315 Rosselle I CONTINUED! FROM PAGE I'havel't Edward Wafers 'most pleasant and
St t. 384-6112, television role in ;
electr!city and water furnished. staff appearing[(
picked yet..1Rep. '
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Close in. Coav to bus. $IUO 'regularly 00 a children's sV/
Emanuel Celler Democrat Ch'oir Will I SingAt
featuring veutrilrruisbi
wk. mi-60 Thomas St. 381 New York said: "He who
6472. Is without sin in the chamber, The mayor' says tie sees
let him cast the first stone.And people, not the camera His

:- Watch This NO MONEY IOU I say that with particular reference The television broadcasts of Mayor Carl Stokes,mayor of Cleveland have risen to great l heightsIn annual mooting of the '.gaining"Cleveland momentum: Now!" ism project aose ot Is
to whether there'are any If CA,'AL; Lewis Branch will .
popularity, particularly because ot their breadth ot Interest, because of information given, his appearances,
Clown, 101A3OR40(0100W relatives on your payroll Adam! because of the all-embracing nature of the programs,and, because ot the "consummate skill" 'be held Tuesday, January 14,
Clayton Powell has been guilty1 with which Mayor Stokes projects: his theories. Above Mayor Stokes Joins Private Clem t.vT at.'f:30 p.m..The meeting will, Amanda Jordan Marries
( AU BRICK of dereliction, lapses of grace, Captain Cleveland and explains a city's problems to Us children The "Cleveland: Nowl" be held in the auditorium of
the rules But he: the. central Samuel
departure from building J25 East Walker
M 11 U 21 project proclaimed by Mayor Stokes has taken on extremely well. His campaign manager,
ROME ON ''LA ICE lIT has been punished and would any additional M Alexander Ostrow, pointed to television as a dominant factor in the winning of the ..lectiOftapln.t Duval Street. Miss Amanda Jordan daughter
punishment Members and friends
o Sera Tart. The program Is seen on others 0111I. Kaiser chain 'the of Mr, and Mis. Daniel Jordan,
2 IN BEAUTIFUL ...vlnd.ctlve. invited to at-' was married toSanv.el Walker
po S tend. The program Chairman! son ot Mr. Eddie Walker and of
< CARDS OF. TIll IS Nixon's' All White Cabinet Miss J. Maztae Fisher and the the late Mrs: Ida Lee Hayes,
ff I, CARVER PINES, We, the family of tt; late CLERK TYPIST Branch Chairman,Mrs, Marvyn on'December M in Folkston,
Deacon Henry Lark, It / express -, Excellent opportunltyfor Jenkins, have an unusual program ('... Mr. and Mrs. Bobby WU-
EEIGDAKE APPLIANCES appreciation to our many qualified person.',Good pay and CONTINUED FHOM.PAGE 5 planned this year.. Dams ,of Sycam2e, S.C., were
13-72-65 MIR IOU ON friends, auilllarlesof DaySpring liberal hinge benefits Apply of the Civil 'Service Commis inflation'by throwing thousands The main feature will bemusic' honor attendants. The newlyweds -
., Baptist Church; the In person, St.- Regis Paper slay of people-most of them This will be furnishedby are at home In Jackson-
15-6O-SO. IRA TERMS., community, for kindness Company, between 9 a.p1" and But his offers have been Black-out of work. the Edward Waters College vUle.
| Sometimes He's Vp,Sometimes1 rendered during the Illness and .1 ..DI. rejected by such persons as Nlibn Is also said to be i Choir under the direction of
He's down.. He Adds, Subtracts;: passing of our loved one. Especially Samuel E. Pierce, Jr., a New planning to put the white people Professor Alvin Greene Other Iii RENT 01 SUE
1 jle! works it all around. VULCAN INC. do we thank Pastor' DEATH 'NOTICERev. York lawyer; Mrs. Ersa H. in control, as against the' .features are theannualreport ?fl, rms 3- baths. Low down
it t;. Weaver!the daacon and trust!** Poston, president, Hew York Blacks, and to solve "the of tht'chalrmaa, Installation of payment and balance. $125 (03)
board, District <4< and 31 of Day '. Henry Jones, Jr., of 2819 State Civil Service Commis problem of the cities" primarily new officers for 1969, the pre- per m?. 224 Spearing Street.
69 71 20COMfflG'ATTBJlCTlOIiS' Ph 7(0-3470( Spring the Omega Bible Class, II Myrtle Ave., passed January 'loDyhltuy; M. Yoing, throughtepresslve- .. :Jsentatloo' of new an4 pr tin t t.
"- Carter's Funeral Home and Mr. 6 in a local hospital. He was executive director, National' force members of the committee on 8 rm. apt. Z2S Spearing! Street.
1' Sammie L. Davis for personal a native ot Newberry, Fla., but Urban League; and Senator W. administration meditation anda FOLAND 4 H1CBES
i ; I services I Aad/ .lived Jn\ .Jacksonville ..40yearS."Hewasa -Brooke.Nlxoa. Mass NewS' Media tilbu'e' to deceased members Realtors
FOR MEN AND II lEI Signedc'Mrs Amanda line i .....lI1be'r. baa a'problem: of not FROM TAGS 'got the 'YWCA.' SI4-MJ5 SHForsythStreet.)
33-11-150 and family. of the Church of God In Christ, being very popular among
OF All AGES Elder Faust pastor. He leaves Negroes, who have been largely gtfessis that the reason Is the TYPIST WANTED
DAYSNUMIERID 2 BDR; All BRICK'TOWN 1111I brothers Clarence Wesley' aligned with the Democrats1 Wir." .
MAN'S Take New IMPROVEDNATUTI of 'Jacksonville, Fla., Leroy' since the days of President 'The New York Times' metropolitan .. "
TABLETS for that tired, rundown i.Wesley ot Ft Myers, Fla., Franklin D. Roosevelt. editor, Arthur Gelb, Stirtiif Silirr, $SU Par Wk, '
feeling that keeps you from James Jones of, Opaka':'Fla., As a result, few Black people reported that the newspaper Is
.enjoying life. isterof Mrs. Georglanna Ford appear willing to risk their engaged now In organizing an '
I{ '""Man's; Days are Number" 100 Tablets 33.00; ZOO Tablet HOUSESii of Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. reputations by becoming Identified ( effort to employ hard-core, Mist Trpi 50 WPM Slid, Resin Ti
\ ,Health and Fortune Can Be $5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S Range Ella General, also of JacQ n.., with him, hitherto unemployable Negroyouths
.Tours When You Know Your EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES R vllle, Fla ; aunt, Mrs Louvenia1; : At the same time; Nixon may first of all at the office .JAX TYPE
ky pay Dept. FS S937 N. Broadway, Easton; brother-in-law William not be trying very hard to get boy and copy boy level. Gelb
.Chicago, Illinois 90626 0. Ford; elder-In-law, Negroes on his team, u he has said, "We art adding Negroesto P.O. BOX 1171JACKSONVILLE'
\ PAf f 'Lucky Colors, etc. Din J1CO DOWN!! QN."SIEAT" Mrs;Lula Wesley of Ft.Myers, a, long record of paying more our staff ai rapidly as we can ; FLORIDA
"""" Send$2.00 for your MOTEL Fla. and Mrs Virginia Jones attention to the white majority find qualified ones." Gelb also .::1-.
Horoscope. Guide fore PLAN 'Opaka: ,Fla.;nieces,nephews, than to the Black majority said the files of the newspaper r r.rrrr .r
12 rooms, private bath $3.00 \ cousins,, other relatives and ,1JUxon'i favoritism may reflect "show a great awareness and .
.JANUARY 18 rooms, semi-private 34.00 FNAVULCAN, many friends. Funerelserylces; more', .shrewdness than sensitivity to the Issues '
J j,, the'' blank Vow{ and Day time (semi-private' '"* ) 33.00 will lit held Saturday, January preJtriice-Itwill;; l be xealU M'ln ZODIAC, Post Office Weekly Rate ,: (pllut i) I INC.; 11,,at 4.q() p.m., at the 'Church that> aimed his President\ a the first to acknowledge ttikt Movw,{In!? jorSJ little)isT:
Tort 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. ED6E1TOOD MOTOR COURT t of God' InChrist, 24th and campaign primarily at whites- there Is stillroom for Improve- I
INTESTATED: 7003 KEN KNIfilfT DR. ':Moncrlef, Elder Faust, nqt because he bates Blacks ment. QOWN.30
HAMS---- ; officiating.. Dallas' Graham bill, apparently he MI. Olive Primitive ,
STREET 5911 U.S I.Cor.Edge wood Xve. 760-3479 I funeral director: Leon Bland,'. recognizes that 88 per cent
GATE OR.BIRTd 'Phone; 7M-0003-Always Oman" I.F.D.. d the population white. Will t Host TeaA
i His Presidency, likewise, can
ta expected to have this same Farmer! Tea''will beheld + r

n practical character,Termslltesntddleof.theroad Sunday, January 12. from 4 to
,( r JI'M, TA'T' ,U'M'S, : sound, 6 p.m.fn' the !Mt. Olive
L j'"TALK moderate, and pragmatic will Primitive Baptist Church,
I e probably mark his years In sponsored by Usher Board No. 3 2 ft baths 4 bedroom and garaged plant; with lt 1- Vt.l
the White House.
4 Phillip Allback Is
Modern schools, churches and
a co.
What does this foreshadow forBlack
Rev J. M. Dixon Is pastor
THE :, people? Mrs. Johnson I center close by. .
OF TOWN"I Patty win speak.
Some pundits art warning that Mrs 'N. Ingram,MlssG.Harris .LINCOt: ESTATES
,Nlxon has up his sleeve a and Rev. B. Sheffield will par-
i'\ .recession. designed! slowdown ,tlcipate.: 130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-168S

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: S Jan.: 10, {13,14,15,16.1 final registration will be held at the Soutliilde Camput 01. the following hours ,
COATS J 8:30: a.m.-11130 a.m,1; Ii30 p.m.-4iOO p.m., and 6t30 '."" ..8:30.p.m late fie charged for credit cl ...
35% Dacron, 45% '; $ '95 ,FOR GENERAL ADULT CLASSES _
wool.-100% worsted,] 1 l U. 2$2500 S Jan 14 ((1)), 14 (Th), 21T), 23 (Th) 7:00-9:00; p.mReglitraiion; for General' Adult Courses will be held
wools also many .'/ ol' the!following evening adult contorts) ., '
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